Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 13, 1961 · Page 20
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Mm., Nor. 13, 1961 resewch conJinues on develop- Negro Labor Council Opened o Npn4Jnibn Members WnrM Briefs ROME (AP) - Gples sent vki 20 GREELEY TRIBUNE ......_ mcnt of "new chemical insecticides. : ._ · '·· The scliiitlllc approach in the lent rain squalls slashing acrosf . . . - . ,, . . . . use of pest disease is to apply a Italy's western coast Sunday.i I I r ^r/\ K!S\M' I ( M I AM \A n.*^\*.f\*f disease organism in large quan- flooding many homes. V s l p . . ' l U MOn~V*'M'^'' MCIII DC l titles,. In a spray or dust, at the) No deaths or serious Injuries; ' . · · · ' ' - . ' · · · ; ' . . ' · ' . -.; .' . proper-time,-with due regard for were reported. Gusts'swept three' CHICAGO'(AP)-'.7he rialkinl|from'the council'! previous poll-insect habits, .weather aixl.olhcr.huge jet airliners back on their] ·of the'Negro'-American La- cy of working wlthing the [raitHV conditions on which a successful'iails at Fiumiclno airport near ncoming air traffic was directed other fields during the night. | Store Hours 9-5.:30 -- Open Friday Nighti Telephone EL MZ04 board-of the'Negro'-American La-cy of working with tog the [raitHV conditions on which a successful-tails at Fiumiclno airport near; bor. Council'h«s-announced it will work : of-the AFk'CIO to fmprove'kill depends, open' membership'. In the organJ-'Negi'o labor. Coming Friday dur- xiitlon .lo : non-union members, (a convdnlion that has been, tre-! The move was a deparlure'quentiy critical of the -AFL-'CIOJ the boards -decision appeared to put .another", wedge between · Hie Negro . coimci I and · the' AF.L-CIO. ' A . Philip KandolphV-president NOTIC1S BOM) KUECrtON IK ' ' SCHOOL IMS rmc.T NO. « ' CO1.0HADQ WB1.I1" COU.Vl'V, '·'.'.'' DKGKMHUK .puBr,ic .v GIVEN. Thn . XOT1CK IS H K H D i l V l lit ft' upcclfll school - ' ' . . . U t h ' d k j - ot . D e c e m b e r . 1'JSl chool. D.lillrlcl Ko. 6. In llu- . election to' ho ' - lii Sch Colorado, al' the- l i m i t i n g placch| hereinafter deslgnate'd, 1 there :wlt) b» '-submitted .'to''sUch · qualified electors · of -'tho 'District-.as shall - n ' a v e ' p a l d a school tn.Vtherein In th'e year, n c i l . ' p r e c e d i n g such ·lection. th'e-'foUowlii(f question: "Sh»H tin".Hoard of Education of School District No". 6. In tlio 1 C o u n t y of Weld and State of Colorado, contract a liondcd indebtedness 6[ . t h e ' District ili the auin o'f »*,'»"'" f o r t n o purpose of ' erecting a'nu f u r - n l s n l n g ' school" b u i l d i n g s lind ' p u r c h a s i n g school; g r o u n.d n w i t h i n and for said District,' said' bonds- lo' bear i n t e r e s t - al the Jcxwesl rato'o.ulalnnblo but Hi 'no e v e n t ' . l o -exceed, tne ' maximum [statutory, - r a l e ol -.S%' per annum, payable Be.ml- «nnuaUy eacli .year, to be.rc- s e e m a b f o ' a l t h o option of the. District In Inverse; n u m e r i c a l . ord'eV 10'years-from tlielr dalo- · and' oh -Interest pnyinonf dates · t h e r e a f t e r and to mature as follows: .' - ' · ' ' . · · · ; ' . · "Jimt: . ' M * f - ' 'Anil. M a t ; , .'f'S6.OSIi.13S3. ' 136,000 19'6 ot Ilic Negro American, Labor, CourWil--and .the.'AFJ^CIO's onl Negro' ..vice- president,.'told 2.00C Cou"nly""otr''vv'eld";ind p state'of members thai unions share a ma Kennedy To Hit Campaign Trail For Dems in 1962 YORK (AP)-Prcsidsnl or guilt in discrimination. '. ar o' n wages because of racial C ^!nXv.uniTM are a riatior,'^ ^!» ^ ^ " al disgrace and the' labor move-: for hls decisk)n: ment will never live it down," he , , . e'"·*'"»"' '·*. .j - . . . |Democrat|c majority in the House RobeH L. Carter; counsel f d r ^ *P pre *^ v ? 1 couM .' B !. ihe: National Assoclallon for Advancement of Colored People, :bld the convention thai organized second-class citizen.". '206,COO ISCo ' 3.16,000- 1965 ! ':HO,ooo 1967 '.HO,000'1968. "n'5,ooo:i9aj · JSS.vOO 1910." ' '270,000,1871 3SO.OOO 1B72 'iao,obo"i87i. ·J1B,000-1874-'. . . ·336,000 1976. 360,000 1377 '370.000 1»7S . ' 400,000 10!e 410,000' 1981 ' · 236,000 '1983 ilTO.OOO. 138* , .40,000 Said-bonds', lo- he.Issued from t i m e to, time i n - s u c h .amounts. · B will be iWlOrln the l a w f u l ,.d«bt limit o p . m i d D i s t r i c t . a t 'the tlme'Qf liau'lnr' flie-bonds^': pl th» tlme'QI^aauinr tlie.b .BlecUon'precln'cfi. and 'acei " for 'qualified ' taxpnylng ot-, t h e ) ^District afo [ollows: -'' '"i - "i · ' · - '·· - "· PRECINCT NO. I--For electors · : i . · residing - i n t Ward -One ' w l t n l n the'Clty of Gree. - 'ley. : · '." . ' ' - . - . r ' · '· ..Pollln-g- Platof. ··;' ; '-'i. r : -. ·- · Park ;Scho'ol Building. ·': . 4th Street "a'nd-.l 4th Avenue I - , Qreeley,'Colorado'.'. ..,'..' i'RECINCT NO.-Z--For electors : · , - f r e s l d l n B inxWafd Two,'. · , : '\ wilhln the .City of Gree' . ' · - l e y . · . - · · " · . v . . '' · " · . . polllne-lflRce': - ;-:-·' ' ; ' · ' · · Canmrbn School Building . I C t h ' S t r e e t a n d ' - n t n Avenue 1 , 'Creeley, COIpr'ado; I 1 - - . · . ; : PRECIKCr-NO. 3-^-For electors.. ; . .reildlnt- In IVard -Th're'e \ . ' . . within;the,Clty of CJree- ' Polling : Placo: . - '·' *.·-- 'Arlington Sfthopl "Building; . :23d Stre,et'ahd 'Bin' Avenue. Qreeley, Colorado . · ; '·· . -· PRECINCT ^'0. 4--For electors residing, outside the cor-." . : ' 'porale limits "of tireeley . - i west "of a -line which: · '-·: south' of ' I h e ' Clt,'* -Llm- ' . ltR''.'l», Stir ^Avenije · tuid* " n o r t h of .Ihe 'Gits' Limits" '. · ' la the Union Pacific Rall' road Tra'cHs ·- · ' ' : . ! - Polling Placer , . .- .' . - · " - FranVlln ScllOQl Building : 'Jl!» 10th'Street ' V : - · Greeley; Colorado f - r · . ; - ^ : PRECINCT NO;'5-=For electors residing'outllde JHe.cor: . porate limits of Greeley : east of a line which : south o£ the City Limits ; Is-Sth Avenue and-north - of the City Limits is. the "Union · Pacific ."Railroad · ' .Track* ." . ' . ' Polling' Place: : · " Delta School Building . U 4 4 Cherry Avenue - Greeley, polorado - The polling .places, f o r - the- re- Democratic'.candidates, the-New York Times reported Saturday. I 2. He misses, the personal contact and morale boost of cam- Gonnecfiout Birth Control Battle Starts ' NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP)--The fir 1 ?! phase of an'expected .battle over the 'legality o[ -birth control clinics-in Connecticut : has begun with lhe;.iirrest of two officials 'at the'. Planned Parenthood League. · Taken into custody*Friday' were Mrs. -Rictiard Wf'.Griswold, · executive 'director' o( : ihe' league,-,and Dr. .· C:; Lee .Buxton, .its' medical dirpctof.-.'.-'-- .-·'·..,-·:.' 'They; were, released ; on .bond pending a "cmirtAappearance. -. · '.jTfiey had'Ken ^served .with arrest' warr'sritsvat. I he · bi r Ui - con I rol cans, . , ' - . ' . The President' was repoHed to War for' some items of his'legisla- live program if Republicans gain many seats.in 1962. .The -newspaper -also quoted a source-cloie to Kennedy as saying that the. only. consideration thai would cut down on. his 1962 cam paigning-would be the internalion al situation. . : . Asked about the.Times report hlte House press 'secretary Pi rre :Salinger said'only that ''it's lohg.way-.until next year." · Democratic Committee sources id .lijey.-had not heard'any dis usskn'.p_r;the-President's .plans 6wev'er''.they expressed belle at .while the .President wouk H-!p 1962 candidates he would no rUke 1 anything like an all ou lislle-slop -'campaign. . clinic : ' opened! here jlast ·^·ejk hy the''league with considerable. pub- ; - ; · ' · ' - ' · ' '·' . . . . . · · L«ague.officjals said lliey..soii|;ht a test ot jhe.y,S.'$«preme Court's contehlion that' the 'state's'82-year- old ; anticonlrac'eptive : law - .was a nuility:' The.;'sta[ute 'was; "mere dead words," 'the court said, ignored 1 ' by 'Connecticut' rpsidehls and ; law pnfo'rcernent - officials alike. '· . ) v - -' : . ' · · ' ;.··"·:;'·· ·;. The law prol)ibits''persphs ! .fr'orri using-, drugs -or devices to preVent concept ion.; ,- A stcorid . law. ; makes anyone' who courtsels'lhe-bakin'g of a'law liatte for the, saiive p'un- ishment as the principal 'offender alllni .. ceplion of ballots question 'shall be opened . a a I d it Che hour of · 7:00 . o'clock' A.M. · .01 said da!y. and. said polls sliall-re- maln open continuously and be close.d'at the hour of 7:00 o'clocl; P.M. of said day. · ' · ·· · .' '· Ballots to b e r u s c a In votlne upon the question submitted wl.ll be Jurnishe'd by the'Secretary of lh« District to the Judges rot Election, to be by thenvfurnlshea to the voters. Eachvelcctor-^vot- inr!t said election ishall deposit In th'« ballo^ box a ballot whereon s h a l l - b e - p r l n t e d - t h e question to be- voted'.upon and tbe words -FOR- THE . T30NDS" ' and ""AGAINST .,THE BONDS," and · leetor'ihall Indicate his ap- . ^^- J *_-._-_ rc ,^ Rl of the.pro- nroval or'disappr position aubmltte P 1 cross word .d -Sy- placing '(X); opposite t h e . i on .his ballttl : wl group'.ol .. _.. 'hlch expresses his.cMi)lce.,-No ballot will be received by, "the Judges of Klecllon' u'nless:the person offer- Inff the ballot shall be a .quail- fled reclstered elector of the District and shall have paid a school- tax' t h e r e l n - ' l n -the yea; next .'preceding sncH. election. V 'Any .p'e'rson pos^essln'R. all. of tin q'u .per! »Hfl.catlonB of an elector, Ma n M u stC hqn ge Pest War tactics By OVID A. MARTIN' WASHINGTON (AP)'-The Ag ricullure ' Department's' researcJ service : salci" Sat.-' man 'will neec to' improve and change his pest fighting tactics progressively, to have.any hope of maintaining i good earth.' - - - . - " · · : ;lt s'a'jd trie struggle again'st;in sects-that affect: crops, 1 "livestocl aVid -man will 'get'harder;, inevil ably; as'agriculture : 'chahges -an) as .'insects'..invade-. new\ area through expanding netwqris.of transport and-travel.. ··.'·.""" .This depiction of. -the figh against pests was given-in a report-, on research ,on use..of; in sects' own diseases'-to. kill them "Man"is 'learning through sc entific methods, to get.more p'endablc benefit from a kind o pesL control observed.in nature The killing of -insects by the own diseases," the.report said. whose name' does :not appear .on 'the registration list of the vot- Inff precinct in .-which' he or, sl]e resides made according to law for the" "next-preceding general : election'of t h e . ' c o u n t y officers In s'a,ld. County, may, not . legs t h a n ' ten days "nor more .-than thirty days.'prlor-tp the tjme of said · election, "appear-.before the County - Clerk · of- Weld County, in Qreeley,'.Colorado,' or before the . Secretary . of the School ' Board'ot said District at the Administration.,-Building, . Sll- Fit. teenth Street,-Qreeley, Colorado, and, upon "mafclrfg oath before eald ".'County Clerk or District Secretary o f : his or.; her. qualifications aa an elector, and an- swerlnaT to'.sald iCounty' Clerk.or DUtrlcl Secretary all the. questions required by law to be answered for -registration for n general election, cause his or her name to 'be. placed upon the registration list for aaid school bond election 'by said County Clerk o r , D i s t r i c t Secretary. . IN WIT.N'ESS WHEREOF, the Board of Education of School District Xo. 6, In the County of "Weld and State of Colorado, has caused this Notice to he given as required by law, as of this !5th day of October, U61. This 'research is moving haw in-hand. with studies :on .'.use · o chemicals to sterilize male insect in the field !and thereby hrin about mass extinction.-Of course K T E T: B Tl H Ti tt O K\ Si /«/ BABXARD D. RYAN Secretary The Greeley Dally Tribune Xov. 13, 20, 27. and .Dec. . 11, mi Opening Hour Special Wednesdsy at 9:00 am Transistor Radios ' Complete with Battery, Telescope Antenna, Earphones, and Carry- 1 ing Case. ·Sold on-i .1st come bacll at $5.83 etch. Colorado Furniture Co. 623 8th Ave. Acroil from the Camlleld Hotel. PERSONALIZED Ckaning and Fretting . or Clean and Spot, Only 20c p«r Ib. 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