Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 15, 1961 · Page 8
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 8

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Pnge 8 GREBLEY TRIBUNE Wed., Nov. 15, 19G1 Tito Warns of r* i * A · i t Cut in Aid to Yugoslavia reflected President Kennedy's dis- plcosuro because of pro-SovIcl positions taken by Yugoslavia at the Belgrade conference o! nonaligned rations lost September. A request by Yugoslavia that the wheat decision be reconsid ercd coincided with lire disclosure of the controversial sale of sur plus U.S. Sabre jet planes to the |Tito government. BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (AP) Tito turned to the Wcsl after -President Tito Monday said stnlin brol P with llim in 194B - !le "certain circles of capitalists a n d l l n s received $2.2 billion in U.S. other-reactionary people in Amcr- economic and military assistance ica" arc urging U.S. military ;md jsi » c e tn e end °' Wor 'd other 'aid to Yugoslavia be cut off during hard times for Hie Communist nation. "Economic pressure Is cxcr- Denverite Elected WICHITA, K a n . (AP) -- Dav clscd on us at the time wl«n mr\ G - "artTM"". Denver was clccle country is so badlv hit by droughllP'-^ident Tucs. of the Colorai and whs-n we nrc in a pretty dc!i-| Nc \ v We *ia Federation of Fc cote situation," Tito asserted in 1 'TM 1 ^^ n °» k Association n speech before a mass meeting at Skoplje. The Stale Department con- Harlman succeeds C. Glen Sheri Hoi Sulphur Springs, Colo. Max A. Sisson, Palisade, Colo firmed last month that the Unilcd was clcclct1 federation vice prcs Slates has shelved at least tern- d c n | . on(l Garland Jacobs, Cla pororily a Yugoslav request to lot1 ' N - M --. "-elected secrelai buy 500,000 tons of surplus Amcri- nntl 'reasurcr. can wheat. · ' ~ ' Officials indicated the decisioniUSE THE T R I B U N E WANT AD BE PREPARED WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE BATTERIES ALL SMES IN STOCK SA95 9 12-V Exchange 6-V Exchange $13.95 TWO Y E A R GUARANTEE ANTI-FREEZE PER GAL. Not Installed RAPP'S GAS * 2601 10th St * 2445 8th Ave. Your U. S. Royal Tire Battery Distributor New Psychiatric Hospital for Children Urged DENVER : (AP - A legislative committee voted Monday to recommend a $1.6 million appropriation for a children's psychiatric hospital at the Ft. Logan Merita! Health Center near Denver. The decision was made by Ihe Colorado ' Legislative Council's Committee on-Children's Law. A Jefferson County official told EYE CHECK-UP! TOP STRING PLAYERS of the Symphon- etlcs of Greclcy High School check bowings in preparation for (heir concert'Thursday at 8 p.m. in the GHS Cafclcria. From left: Mary Jo Ahlborn, violin, concert mis I r ess; Don Adcock, cello; Roscoe Booth, orchestra director; and Jackie Robinson, viola'. Symphonettes To Give Concert A fall musical will be presented jy Ilio Symphoncttc Orchestra of ircelcy High School Thursday evening at 8 o'clock under the direction of Roscoc M. Booth. Tlie concert will be given -in the sclxwl cafeteria. There will be no admission charge. Public is in- vilcd lo attend. The concert will be the Synv plxmettes first appearance since :he Thespian play, "Sec How They Hun," Nov. 2 and 4 at which group played before the curtain and between acts. Tlic orchestra is composed of :he following: flute, Terry Turner and Pat Kesler; oboe, Jon Hanshew; [ins.'.oon, Diane Maxey; clarinet, 'Gary. 'Karre,.. Rhonie Heed, and Robin W e a t h e r s: French horn, Dave Armstrong, Judy Beveridge, Janet Boyd and Gary Borgens. Trumpet, ;'Chuck Andre, Stanley Johnson and Ted Lebsack; tym- pani, · Jack Bailey; trombone, 'erry Winograd and D a v i d lyslop; siring bass, Leo Simon; irst violin, Mary Jo Ahlborn, Lesie Addison, Cheryl Huckabay. Judy Hankins, Aaron Sanchez ar.d Joug Williamson. Second violin, Judy K. Schmidt, Dan Busch, Gail Pearson, Teresa 'rovancha, John Peterson and David Frnnsen; viola, Olive Kerr and Jackie Robinson; and cello, the Don Adcock. Program follows: Prelude in D Minor" Handel-Ktndler Overture to Don Juan" Cluck Full Symphonelte Sinfoniella in D" Mozart Allegro Bullet Pioneer Dies SOUTHPOKT, Conn. (AP)-Col. Wallace L.'Clay, 73, retired Hem ington Arms Co. executive who held Ihe first palent for an armor piercing bullet used by the Army died Monday, Clay retired from the Army in 1340 after 26 years ns an ordinance specialist. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Andante Allegro Molto 'Concerto in D Minor" Vital! Sonlag Allegro Adagio Vivace John Peterson and David Fransen, Soloists 'FestlicheMusik" (Intradacon Passamezzo) Hermann Schroedei Strings Only : 'Legend" (Tone Poem) Isaai "Carousel" Rodgers and Hammerstein Arranged by Rosario Boudon Julie Pivanka, Soprano Aaron Sanchez, Baritone Full Symphonelle SHATTER-PROOF LENS PROTECTION All o u r glosses for . children provide t h e protection of lenses that will resist impact a n d shattering from vigorous, active play! GREELEY OPTICAL · 912V 2 8th Aye. he committee there is no state nslilulions to which the county an nay send such emotionally or so tally disturbed children as a 7- ear-old girl who has had se: elation: with men. Norman Ely, chief probation pi- icer of the County: Court, the girl was forced to remain in an unsalisfaclory home environment because the county had no place lo send her. The minimum ·xual age for tho girls' school at Morrison is 10. Under present plans the center said would care for 60 children. Toys-Hobbies Choose from the largest selection in. Northern Colorado The. most complete, and the : _ most fabulous selection we've ever carried. Lay-A way Now For Christmas Giving 50c ?, Ritchey's HOLDS.IT AT, Toys and Hobbies 829 8th St., Acroit.from Penney'i FARM).tMPE)ilNES| KX»T MORGAN, COIOHAOO inc. 6. »OX 7W For 1962...an all-new kind of Ford! 100% COMBED. 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On the ouuide the new Ford Fairhne 500 measures a quick 197 inches from stem to stern. A foot shorter than the cars from which it borrowed iu name, it calls the snuggest parking placet home. At the same time, on Ihe inside the new lairlane 500 is as big as some of the biggest^ Fords ever built. Ifou get big-car leg and head room.. The new Fairlanc 500 is priced way under previous Fairlanes, well under many compacts. But F.iirlane economy doesn't stop with a pretty price tag. It runs lo ama/ing gas savings--with either the world's first economy V-8 or the nicfcel-mirsing Fairlane Six. Routine service is reduced to a minimum--30,000 miles on many items, only twice a year or 6,000 miles on the reit. Sec and drive America's newest cars--the Fairbne and Fairlane 500, right between Galaxie and Falcon RIGHT! Big-Mr room, ride, performance^ RIGHT! Compact-car price, economy, handling.' RIGHT! Only car anywhere near iu price with the twice-a-year maintenance schedule first introduced by Galixie. RIGHT! Unique economy choice: the worWi Snt economy V-8 or the delightfully thrifty Fairlane Six. RIGHT! Fine-car upholsteries, appointments, luxuries. RIGHT! The built-in value that pays off in pleasure now-and in profit when it comej time to trade. RIGHT! Quality and precision craftsmanship you've never before enjoyed in any car anywhere near iu f~5£^. low price. ·- --.- ·-- ;S=; '62 FORD. 1M9 Perd P.lrf.n. Som* ears ti»v« new namts-this n«me has a ntw car GARNSEY and WHEELER C*rn*r tttt AVWNM at life Str**t Gr*«l«y, Colorado r

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