Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 10, 1961 · Page 7
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 7

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, November 10, 1961
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Nehru Okays Berlin Access; Against U.S. Nuclear Bomb Testing ·y LIWIS HAWKINS WASHINGTON (AP) -- India's men g»y*_particular «tt*otio» to Prime Minister Nehru recognizes|»re«s where pe«ee U threateipKl, The communique sjjd the two chokes of Ihe people directly concerned." .The communique's paragraph A glittering array of stars ifj elf vision, the si age and motion tictures will appear on Ihe stage of the Gfeelcy Community Build- ng at » p.m. Saturday for Farm Tamily night. The' annual show sponsored by .he Greeley Chamber of Corn- the Western powers' right o(.mentioning Berlia and S»utoi«sion nucfe»r weapons testing' said merce agriculture committee ·ccets to Weit Berlin. But he Asia specifically. It s*ld Keanedylthe President pointed out that the feature Mark Terry's f a m ot the U.S. nn^iltnn "reaffirm*^ tK* TrnU**! c**lar'o..,i«h n-r i. i._ IL- t "nliitl'lirrVii rl n .* n nnn «,. F » refuses ta Kcept the U.S. posilion!"reaffirrned the United SUUs'Sovtet Union broke the previous, lh*r it must test nuclear weapons commitment to support the free-hilormal test ban an:J "rcafflrmpd to counter. Soviet testmg. dom »nd economicvi»billty of the Ihe United Stales These s»liect (icls emerged 2.25 million ·- Thursday *s Nehru completed II f a m o u s Blacklight Clog Dancers.' The dancers have made frs- ..··re uimm oi.ica unwillingness quent appearances on the "Grand of West Her- to accept a further uncontrolled Ole Opry" television program four day* of talks with President lt test moratorium." The paragraph The President concluded the two men "agreed document whlc h revealed as much of access to Berlin." But there by what it did what it said. not uy as byjwiu no mention of Nehru's eften {stated position that the present ,, - . - · . , , . , . Kennedy and the leaders issued aud prime minuter concurred in on the urgent need for a treaty · Joint communique-- a_ TOO-tfordjIhe legitimate and necesMry right banning nuclear tesls with necessary provision for inspection anc control." This acceptance of the ' U.S position on the need (or. controls indicated some sll|ht modification ·f Nehru's stnd agalns'. any testing under any drcumslances.^.Bui it. was .not an- acceptance 'of the later communique, he did not seel Such a reunification of Germmny'u.S., claim that its resumption o: in it a justification for resumed.via the. ballot box is a kmg-time^nderground tesling-snd perhaps us i.oKno · |u. s objective reasserted in the of aerial testing like the U.S.S.R.'s told the newsmen. communique which said Kennedy-- is fully justified on the grounds Earlier, the neutralist leader at-divislon of Germany is a reality a .'National Press Club Iuncheon'*at must be accepted, and that " " Moscow's resumption of'self-dclermination through, frw called uncle, disasi !ar. testing "a very harmful,| el « cl i°ns in both Germanys . is i'.rous thing" but, as' in the.'rnpraclical. U.S. testing Nehru, 71, also that only. war could bring ·bout, any early change in Ihe present boundaries of the two Germanys. But he added his belief thai, "Russia today aims at and desires peace." The communique called the dis Missions between the President and and "underlined Ihe importance of the'of self-preservation. Nehru "especially pleasant rewarding conversations." And, in addition to the riglit-of- access nutter, it listed several areas of at least general agree- Kansas City Hotel Fire Halts Johnson Dinner Talk i · · | KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP_) -|850 Hotel rooms were occupied Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson Johnson and Gov. John M was among hundreds of persons Dalton of Missouri were scheduled entertain youngsters in Ihe audi evacuated from Kansas City'i largest hotel, the Muehlebach, ment. But the communique's uima-| . , lions, plus' Nehru's responses toi 111 ^ questions at'the press luncheon,! made it'appear that neither onej^y when a kitchen grease fire filled in Ihe hotel's grand ballroom the building with smoke Thursday Thursday night about JO minute; -l . , · ' · firemen were-overcome smo)( » al *f wer « taken 19 hid convinced the other on suchihospilals, bu ' matters as U.S. testing, the divt- TMJ«"«. The fire was put ·Ion of Germany and how best lojl^'y- usure an. independent Laos. I A hotel official said 520 of the of the ; ballroom. There was no. immediate mate of the damage. to speak' at 'a'dinner honoring alumni of William Jewell College after the -fire started. Dinn*r The dinner was canceled. Thi were no other hotel hrf «0.reservations for the Water was anVle deep in parts Mrs. Inez Flinn announces the reopening of THE STAR-LITE CAFE S22 Main Windsor, Colo. Serving 8 a.m. to B p.m. SMORGASBORD Sirved each weekday at noon Every Sunday, 12 to 2 p.m. _._-Every Thursday, itartlng at 0 p.m. _ Little Theatre of the Rockies COLORADO STATE COLLEGE presents "THE GLASS MENAGERIE" November 9, 10 and 11 8 p. m. Thtatr« in Fratitr Hall ALL SEATS RESERVED Admission $1.50 Ticked en Sale Men,, N*v. 6, Sot., Nor. 11 esti- Stage and Screen Stars at Farm Family Night Sat. will chanls to promote corral rela- Ions between Iheir firms and their rural palrons. · Merchants are giving away tickets for the performance to their regular cusomers. Dr. John A Weaver is chairman of Ihe spoil- soring .Chamber of Comnwrc? committee.. /Merchants distributing tickets 'or trw event ate: Chlanda's Kurnilure Inc., An. derson Seed Company, Ttiomes performing square dancp routines and Ihe fast clog step which Is their trade mark . Mwlo't Singtri Another top feature of the show will be the appearance o( Mario's Singers, a choral group of men and women, well known in (he Denver area for Ilieir styling ot popular songs. Mario's ' Singers have a style very similar. to tliat ot Milcli Miller's "Sing Along 1 ' group, A dazzling quintet of platinum blondes, .the Five Sunkust Girls will present novel dance numbers Ihrougliout the show Stu Keoil, manipulator of comic birds and animals and an outstanding ventriloquist- will make his first regional appearance. The act is designed to' appeal to all age groups . . D«tto rt» Ckwn the colorful clown, Dado, will The flames broke out in an flue of the coffee shop which is oh-the floor below the main .lobby. Fire didn't reach the nain Kitchen. · Telephone operators stayed at he Wei switchboard' alerting guests in the large building. Streets were jammed. around he hotel as guests joined down- own spectators who swarmed to the scene at 12th and Baltimore. SrmtW Srrakt Vice President Johnson yas in the presidential suite on trie, llth floor with his''administrative as 1 - sistant; Charles Boatner; his' per sonal secretary and a Secre Service man when I hey smeller smoke; Boatner said they went down in an elevator when the hole] switchboard advised them to leave. 'Johnson got iri : a taken to a less-congested area of |sA' the city. Former President and Mrs. Harry S. Truman arrived for the dinner hut never got inside the hotel. "1 had a hell of a time getting by the police," Truman said. Mr. and Mrs. Truman stood outside the hotel talking to friends. Gov, Daltoii was dressing at another hotel when the a'arm was given. He arrived and joined the crowd in the street, along with U. Gov. Hilary Bush. Hotel officials said they expected ta jet the smoke cleared quirkly ao guests could return to I their rooms. ence with his zany antics prior to the regular program.. Jan Risko and Nina, a Euro pean style juggling and plate spin ning act will be another one i the highlights of tha show. The act lias appeared throughout al of Europe and many will remem ber his plate spinning act on the 'Ed Sullivan" show. The Jerri Cox Trio, consisting oi two men and a girl Is another top feature. They combine comedy, music, novelty and vocals. Ait'Reynolds and His Orchestra round oiit the program \vith mil- sical support. The Farm Family night is an event designed by Greeley mer U.S., Britain Oppose African Denuclearization By MILTON BIKER UNITED NATIONS, N.Y, (AP) --The United States and Britain Thursday ooposed an African pro-! posallhat the Untied Nations de- Friday, Nov. 10, 196! GREELEY TRIBUNE Pafe 7 clnro Africa Mich. Boy 401st Colo. Traffic Death By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Billy Itobin Almy, 8, was killed neutral zone. U.N, denuclearized 0|U| Hs ^^ Bj|| A|my ,,,_ ' .. . Ibolli of Ml. Morris. Mich., was in- main Political r^m.^""* 1 "i''. 1 ?" 5 . 1 .? in an ·· l 'TM 5ual certain Committee nulo-fruck collision Thursday on Kay Farm Equipment, Kadlacek Studio, Greclcy Velson Office Supply, Sears, Roe ' Duck Co Wickland Motor Co., Kirst National Ban'i, Weld County Bank Asian-African move to sound out U.N. members on calling an inter-: "? kins in Arapahoc County. was the msl viclim oiaceK - - Bank TM"«»1 conference to ban uso of,° f Co J° ra * I r a l l i c t n i s ' for war. Both have strong Asian-African and complete Soviet bloc support. Sir Michael Wright, (he British I" the correspond- Stockman Western Wear. Moun | dcll; R= lc . loM lh= committee that lain Savings t Loar.. Greclcy f vc . n ?°V el ? mn ' cr Khrushchev ,, Iliad declared mere declarations [against use of nuclear bo-nbs oil and its by-products--76 per that the cent ot the world's total. WARREN BEATTY IS REULY SOME* T H I N C T» SEE i n h i s f i r s t motion picture. E l i a K a z a n ' s p r o d u c t i o n o f SPLENDORS GRASS TECHNICOLOR 10 Kindt of Paint Detroit --. A typical new-cai paint job takes 10 to 12 different kinds of paint from rust coat lu final sheen. W«st on Hiway 34--Acrois from the Country C l u b Maytag. Ranch Wholesale .Supply. Garnsey Si Wheeler. Hucker's Furniture, Parr Aulo', , . . . .;"" ," "", Paris, Weld County Garage, Ucrd-l^ 1 . 501111 ' 0 ." was [hr ° v } a sree- n Eleclric, Mountain Stales mcnl on ·''"·'mament. . 1 Telephone and Telegraph, Snow White Grocery, Gambles, Opdykul Agency Inc., J. C. Penney Co.. Hibbs Clothing, J. V. Smith and Son/First Industrial Bank. J. M. McDonald Co., Mikcl's Men's and Boy's Wear, Cook's Drug Store, Ellis t Capp Implement, Greclcy Elevator Co., Hammon's Implement, Consumers Oil Co. Greeley Feed and Bean, Schank Feed Co., Batcom Industries, Edwards Chevrolet, Meyer? Bros. Hatcheries, Massey · Ferguson, Greeley Implement Co.,' Simplol Soil Builders, Great W e s t e r n Sugar. Fan 1 Company, Greeley Producers Livestock, Greeley Capitol Pack, Ray and Bus Texaco, Fashion Bar, JVfcArthur-Whecler, Wells Motor Co. and Joslin's, U.S. Leads Dallas--The United Stales has 190.000 miles of pipelines for cru-te lUSe THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS TONIGHT Saturday and Sunday FIRST RUN IN GREELEY Teenage Millionaire Starring J i m m y Clanton and Zasu Pills 1 *^^^^PLUS Second Feature's ' Explosive Generation F R E E one record f r o m Teenage M l l l i o n n r r e with each purchase of a show ticket. H u r r y ! O n l y 500 available. Flnt come, f l r i t served. Admission per person OSLO -- Norway's import of bread-grains is expected to remain normal'this year. Big Time , WRESTLING Saturday, Nov. 18th } '-·'.-/I. 7 ' -HV^-I car and was I £.Vvv . . . . 8:30 p.m. Greeley C o m m u n i t y Bldg. M A I N EVENT-Dick, The BruiM.r VI. Ray Shire --SEMI-FINAL EVENT-Big Ed Sharp VI, Danprerous Danny McShain --GIRLS--SPECIAL EVENT-Irene Sale VI. Theresa Thesz General Adrnilllon ....2.0O Reierved 3.00-4.00 Advance Tlcketi at Superior Shoe Service at 810 8th Ave. Buy ih« Box . . . 98c Buy the Bucket . . . 3.50 Feeds 5-7 Hungry Folks! HARRY'S DRIVIN Soaih 8th Arc. ELfin 2-2166 V.F.W. Annual Military Ball Saturday, Nov. 11 V.F.W. HALL Ad»MM: 1-SO £TM 2.00 cwifW Emm«tt Horst and Orchestra Be surt ami wear your Mrviee uniform cvm if It doean'l fit . . ... TONIGHT SEE COLOR Television In Our Store! 7 to 9 o'clock STARTS SUNDAY ;«ft AUDREY mHEPBURN fi-.i;X.'l as that funny ..sad.. ·"C^" I exirao'dinary...glittering " "" HOLLY GCK.H3HTLY ^^^^ ...serving wonderful fun fn BREAKFAST You're invited to stop in at our store tonight . . . to see the finest in color television b? Admiral. GREELEY TELEVISION 1012 Sth Av«. 5l O : 1:00 ^. e nti- i t SOON! CHIEF NOW! I In the'high-adve'nture tradition of The Guns Of Navarooe'! TRACY. SUCH Alio! 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