Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 27, 1955 · Page 6
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 6

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, December 27, 1955
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Personality Winners in Many Classes public sale of Ford stock. It was one of the big financial itorici of the year. John Foster Dulles won deilgna- iion as man of Ihe year in foreign affairs for Ihe fourth lime -- 1951, 19S3, 1954 and 1955. V-.i U.'S. secretary of slate,, he continued to travel all over (he world iraking delicate adjustments in tho i -uclal problems of foreign affair". He went lo Ihe Manila..power meeting at Bandung and ylsiie'd er Asian countries. He went lo the summit Dig Four and the Big-Four fc-eign ministers' me"lings and -Irnveled widely In Europe. At home, he mel constant slrcam of distinguished visitors. His was the lask of telling Kussia it has failed to carry forward the hopes of the summit mecling. Dr. Jonas E. Salfc, originator of polio' vaccine wa- again man of the year in science. He won Ihe designation lasl year and tied with Dr. AUtrcu C. Kinscy in 1953. lie made r.ews when the success si year's broad vaccine te'sls was announced, ills work won him many honors during Ihe year and there was more news when manufacturing and distribution difficulties for the vaccine made trouble. Billy Or.iham, man of the year in religion for the second succcs sive year, was Ihe other repeat in Hie personalities vole. He continued to win "decisions for Chrisl" in re .ivjil meetings in the Uniled States, Canada, Great Britain, ' France, Switzerland, Germany" and the Netherlands. Kccbrd crowds continued to listen to his sermons. Johnny Podrcs, 23-year-old miner's son won two Cinderella victories in Ihe World Series lo gain the editors' vole at man of Hie year in Senate Subcommittee's Booklet Exposes the Communist Party P*g« C GREELEY TRIBUNE ; Tutsd»y, OK. 27, 1955 WASHINGTON Ifl -- The Senate Internal Security Subcommittee At- scribed the Communist party of the Uniled St«les Tuesday as "a Russian-inspired, Moscow domi- nnlcd, anti-American, ^quasi-mili- lary conspiracy 1 against our government, our ideals and our freedoms," V The'description was provided in a 100-page b6oVfet,:''A Handbook for Americans, 11 put out by the subcommittee yrilh the avowed aim il- sporls. Yi'licn Johnny had the series opened, "To Catch a Thief," is choice i- editors for personality of heniiated . spinal disk," a sore arm and tender ribs. In his 13 previous starts as a Brooklyn Dodger piicher he .had failed to finish a game., Vet be went tho distance to beat 'the New York Y a n k e e s ' i n iho third game of. tlie series and did it again in the seventh game which decided the world charr-nonship. Grace Kelly, star of th« new film of I... the year in entertainment. Himt critics who named her th« best actress of, 1954, agree that she U still one of the most .promising young faces' in Hollywood. ' Daughter ,o( a Philadelphia millionaire, she had brief experience in Block and on Broadway before starling her firm career in bit parts. She soon got better roles nd has played opposite such male ars as Gary Cooper, Clark Gable, Crosby, Ray Milland »nd ary Grr.nt. Herman Wouk, man o! the year n literature, is author ol .the best cllins novel, "Marjori Morning- tar." Previously he was best known for "The Caine Mutiny" a n'opvilar novel which developed in- .0 a motion picture,'» tlage play and a television »how." He started as a radio writer. of exposing wh^t communism rea ly is. . . , ' : The subcommittee quoted the Subversive Activities C o n t r o l Board's finding in 1953 that the U. S. Communist parly is "substantially directed, dominated and controlled by 'the Soviet Union,"C h a i r m a n ''Eastland (D-Mlss! said in a foreword: "The average American Is un aware of the amount of misin formation about the Communis party USA which appears in the public press,;in books and in ul- terances of public speakers. In part, this misinformation is planted consciously by members of Ihe party, using ways and means calculated lo have Ihe greatest clfect in poisoning the channels of American public ooinlon. "In part, it Is due lo our ignorance of the problem--the problem of.the existence in our midst of a mass conspiratorial organization controlled by · foreign power. The Communist problem is unique In our history. "We earnestly believe thai, given a more accurate knowledge of the Communist conspiracy, fewer Americans will fall vicliin to its Un-American AclivMies, 1 "to ,differentiate the Communist party from bon» fide political parties in the United States." In this country, it said; the Communist parly regards Itself as "a commando force operating in one my territory in behalf of the Soviel fatherland.", : The document-quotes as .typical un oath it said the Rcdi in 1935 exacted from p«rly members: "I pledge myielf to rally the masses to defend Ihe'Soviet Union, the land of,victorious 'social^ ism. l'pledge myself lo remain it all limes a vigilant and firm de fender of the Leninist line of the parly, the only line that Insure* the triumph of Soviet I'ower in th United States.'* .· - - - · : II pointed to, SACB's findings after mofe thin a year'of hearings that when the Communist party USA officially "canceled" its at f.-U'ition with Ihe Communist Inler national in 1949 Ihe acllon "did no alter in any, substantive w a y . l h relationship" between the two. The' U. S. Communist parly, th subcommittee said, still is "hos tile to our form of government'' and dedicated to its ovcrlhrow. II said ihe Communisl parly ha amended ils constitution, pledgin members' lo. defend ' this" countr {ope Seen for Kenya There is every :hope that Kcn- K will finally conquer the Mau [flu terrorists, Ihe.Archbishop .of The handbook quotes from Communist doctrinal writings, testimo- n y ' i r i hearings before SACB, its own subversive investigations anc those of the House Committee on against enemies from without ''6 within. f . - _ . , "It is as' if an organization gangsters had formally adopted constitution · describing ilself as league of ' honest, law-abidin Americans," the handbook sal .1 Elrher D. Anderson Radiator Servica PHOrJE 611 1011 Ith Avt., entrant! In alliy or an «xlortlon racket operating nder the hami of roteetive loclety." a merchanls Canterbury, reported on his return moving a little."' lo Britain from an African trip.. While Some Klkuyu tribesmen km joined the : M«u *^i,u "mihjr of:' them'hiir'e L«en martyrs," he i«M. ·-. ^ Kenya In.' general' he. · addtd: · There is every'hope.. . . U;only _ people who went'to go la«t don't" go too fast, and people who don't , w a n t ' t o go .anywhere'consent 1o from experience^ comes trust t · Over 2 mMoa pofccy-' hoMers tntt Fim**r : Insurance Croup It givt t h e bett s«rviee M»d lower OMte. For ·* jxxir insurance needs -- profit by the e»r»riefx«.of nj- lions wKo--owe* 28 yort -have enjoyed Mperior service froM stcighbor- hood agents of -- AUTO-TRUCK-FIRE . LIFT; - BUSINESS · all rancc needs 20th Aye. at Ninth St. Ph. 4858 Dale D. Grimsom Disf. Agent ' ' ' ·· R. 0. (Bob) Houston: Agent · Lloyd E. Baker ", ·;· v Agent .· -' · ;· C. C. (Chet) Adams ;·. . .Agent - . , ; By SHERRY SOW EN AP Niwihiturti Wrjllr Old favorites dominated the voles W AP newspaper, radio and TV PERSONALITIES OF'THi YEAR'; ,.' Dwight D. Elsenhower, man 'of rhe year. Walter Reulher, labor. Henry Ford, It, industry. John Foster Dulles, foreign affairs. Dr. Jonase Salk, science. Billy Graham, religion. , · Johnny Podres, sports. Grace Kelly, entertainment. Herman Wouk,' literal -re. egardcd as a personal triumph or him. His proposal to exchange military blueprints wilh Russia endues as an Important factor In United Nations debates, His atoms for peace proposals were Indirectly promoted at the ieneva atom conference's. And his decisions were crucial in foreign jolicy dealing wilh Formosa, "kl s'am, the Middle Easl and other areas Preliminary " editors for personalities -of 1955 ; starting wilh President Dwiglil D 'rEisenhower as man ol the year ·';, The President's illness was tin ^Vop -story of the year, hul he wai : . a leading news maker in many ; other way's. Althoueh hopes gen Derated at the July summit -Four conference were not sustain ;*d, -Eisenhower's personality dom ilnated the meetirig. It .was widel jockeying for the 1956 election brought some acrimony. and there were other dispute such ai those over the -Dixon Yales power plan and the pay in crease for poslal workers; It al made news and Ihe editors votec overwhelmingly thai Eiscnhowc should again be the man 'of th year. He won the same deslgnalio in 1952 and In 1953. He alsi wo the editors', voles in 1944 as "ma of war" and in 1945 in mjlitar affairs. · 1 J . Waller Reulher, labor, »nd Henry II, .Industry, arc names lha ave each appeared five tin'] n the personalities list in the sam atcgoriei. As head of the au workers' union, Reuthc'r's n'cgoti ions with Mhe Ford company b [an a trend loward big Inbor co racts with a lay oft wage plan. Rcnlher also had an important place in the AFLrCIO merger* negotiations. He also won Uie vote as labor man o£ the year In 1945, 1947, 1950 and 1054, Ford von his designation as in- duslry's man of Ihe year in 1916, 1W8, 1915, 1953 anft again this year. He made 1 news nol only because of his company's sales record, but in announcing plans for the first Non-Alcoholic Toist* All toasts now drunk in messes of India's Armed Forces m'uit be in non-alcoholic drinks. The Chiefs o f - S t a f f s of the Army, Navy and Air Force approved the order in New Delhi. Previously the most solemn toast, the "Loyal Toast" to the President, was drunk in sherry, poH madeira or water. Now it must be drunk In soft drinks or water. · . Y O U R RECEIPTi SAVE $10 Total Entitln You t., $1.00 in 'Trade .FREE! 1-- HOUR MARTINIZ1NG "The Mo'it in-Dry Cleaning" 1627 Sth Avt, $100.00 Reward FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO THE PURCHASER OF ONE OF GREELEY'S F I N E S T HOMES IF YOU OR ANY OF YOUR FRIENDS KNOW OF SOMEONE THINKING Of BUYING OR BUILDING A HOME YOU CAN EARN THIS REWARD BY BRINGING THEM OUT TO SEE IT. REWARD WILL BE PAID ON PURCHASE, SHOWING BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. . C A L L 3477-W FOR SHOWING. 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