Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 16, 1961 · Page 4
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 4

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, November 16, 1961
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Page 4 GREELEY TRIBUNE Educator in Russia Has Highest Status WYATT By By Th« Attoctetid Prin Grigor Grigorovitch Tovmasia lives very well. He is the principal of the Peri Pyaoshlan School in Ycrcva Armenia. Like all educators the Soviet Union, he enjoys a si tus.In the community far nbo' that accorded his fellows in t'r United States. Allhougli he has only Ilirce ch dren, he has a Uvo-lacdroo apartment. With the warmlli which cha ailcrizes Armenians cvcrysvher he invited me to his home for di nei after an interview. -at tl tclwol. Sinco such invitations ni Supposed to )o very rave, I n ceplcd at once, Later, I learnc that many other Hussions arc n reluctant to show off Ihelr'lwu Ing, even if it is somclhing les than luxurious. The Pyaoshian school is in congested area of Yerevan. Fro the windows of the school, it Canis the nicest w*jf to .remember your family and frieods wssiblo on a clear day to sec the cak of Ararat, almost SO miles way across the Turkish border Ararat is the reputed site of the ondfnll of Noah's Ark. His suburban apartment bouse is three years old. Like most in he Soviet Union, there is no entrance on the front. All doors arc en the back, Into P courtyard Sinco the building is only five lories, Micro is no elevator, It if much more attractive and solii han any in Moscow, In Moscow he buildings generally have a crumbling stucco or broken tile inish. Mrs. Tovmaslnii is a plcasan voman, perhaps 10 years youngc han her 45-year-old husband. Slw voro a green. dress of the type vhich rbcliGvc is called a sheath vith a wide.bell. 'Later, when sh vas preparing'! dinner; sho cov crcd it with a.print'house'coat. 'file front door pt "the apartmcn opens into"a'.-liltle--hall. On th ight is the kitchen. There is i gas ring, a 'table, a sink. Various terns are hung around the wall Again, everything is spotlessly clean. The' hall ends in the living oom, which is about 16 by eet. A dining table is in the mid die of the room, covered with a white linen cloth. There ts a glas lower-vase on the table .wit! something resembling asters. is overflowing with grape and pears. Two divans, a cabinet straight chairs anJ a radio com plete.lhe furniture. Both bedrooms open off the 11\ ing room. The larger, at the fron of the house, has.'twin beds an a rather ornate baby bed for their 4-year-old son. In all of the Sovtc 1 FULL CARAT *. TOM DIAMOND WEIGHT plus Thurs,, NOT. 16, 1961 nlon. I did not «« t doubt* b*dj Siu'prlslngly, there is a small cctrk refrigerator in the main droom. There Is also a'tank- pc vacuum cleaner and a floor lifter. . : The smaller bedroom has single jcds for the two older boys, and desk: ' Tovmasian pays $6 a month ent plus utilities. The'total rarely xceeds til. He must also main- am the aparlmeni. Oilier tenanls ave glassed-in their balconies at heir own'expense to forrri'anoth- r room. .Tovmasian's salary is 200 a month. Another ^.tiny room, about, the ire of a butler's pantry,'opens ft the living room. Three of the 'alls are covered to the ceiling MO WE S T M AID E N S with books. Many are professional volumes and editions of Husian nnd American classics. There s a slick paper book called "Modern American Painting" with Rusian text. The principal "modern American painter" featured is Vlnslow Homer. Another is Rob- :rt Sherwood's "Roosevelt and lopkins," also in Russian. Tov masian. said his favorite' American writers are Hemingway ami Dreiser. He said he particularly ikes Dreiser becau^so of Dreiser'i unbiased view of contemporary American life. My Russian was utterly inadequate to counter that ibsorvation. Dinner at the Tovmosians bean with'a toast in English which .member of Tovmasian's faculty laid written out for him in Amer- can characters. It was easily understood^ ex- ressing a hope for a better inter- __ "Betty's getting off on the right foot, trx'i showing him who's boss I" :he largest room, was home for lye people. Tfere was no door on_ the. ppening from their room with the hall! It.was covered with a thick cloth. All four families shared the kitchen and the bath. this -is; the Usual situation. Fre- rows of new apartments on prin cipal streets, there are little huts occupied by two or three families. The Soviet government admits the housing situation is bad. 1 promises- Dow that every family Moscow veterans, told me that will have an 1970-- .atlonal climate, and ended with quenily, immediately, behind the plication, lie inevitable Russian "za mir ec druihboo"--to peace and friendship. Mrs. Tovmasian is Russian, but she observed her husband's more conservative Armenian iipbring- Jig by not appearing at HIB table a pledge whfch tells a lot by im- carried it with him constanlly. The Tovmasians' 'ar from typical. In the Lenin Hills section of Moscow, where the most attractive Soviet residential buildings steel strike, are located, I visited another apartment briefly. · ' This one was six rooms, including a bath and kitchen. -Eocli of the four rooms was occupied by a family group. The living room, until t h e meal w a s almost com- . . . . . pleted. i Then their three sons WASHINGTON. (API-Increased iame in. The older, about ^13, is steel production in Japan, Italy already : well along in English, and Hie Soviet Union pushed world The 11-year-old son had a toy rifle output to a record 276, million tons of which he was so proud that he '-' lk - ""'»'-· ~-"" «' '«' Stfeel Production Up For First i4 of 1961 in' the firs.t;njne.monlhs of 1961. U.S.' production.' for the. period situation is dropped from the- 1960 output, which was unusualy high in the early months aylnills made tip for ground lost'diiring the 1959 The Commerce" Department, reporting this Wcdbesday, said Japan now outranks the United repairing Bunks? Corrali? · Windbreaks? CFBUrggJai!, Fines for.Moms Of Illegitimates DENVER (AP)v-- Prison sentences and fines for mothers ol illegitimate children were urgec Wednesday by delegates to the Colorado Farm Bureau's 43rd an nual convention. .,.;' They approved a resolution calling for state and ^national legis lation "to plug up the loopholes and tighten up the purse .strings' ,on the Aid to Dependent Children program. They said the intended beneficiaries are. being short changed by illegitimacy. The Farm Bureau said penalties for illegitimate .mothers shoulc be as severe as those set fo fahers of illegitimate children. Tiiis would set a maximum pen ally of five years in prison am |fines of up. to. $1,000. In addition, tliey recommendec that children born out of wed lock be-placed in state or foste homes "when" 'illegitimacy "be comes- a prsclice." · They" furlher'urged that Aid t Dependent Children be allowed fo no, rnor« -'than' one illcgltimaU child per'.'mother. On another resolution, the Farm Bureau .recommended that th Colorado : Legislature approve memorial urging abolition of th [federal, income 'tax. Such -a measure was presentee to the'.Farm Bureau's nationa convention 'here last year, but failed to, reach' the floor for debate. : ' . - ' ' , efend .Freedom Rides INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP) - ethodist B i s h o p Kichard.C. aines says that Freedom Rides re a."natural and sound way to rick the conscience of the court- ry regarding denial of freedom Negroes." ?OU'LL PflOT WITH PRIDE' To Carpeting From House of Carpets 1316 Sth Ave. MOVING SALE! - . Telephone EL 3-3221 COST PLUS 10%1 SAVE! SALE ON STOCK ONLY 501 Nylons Continuous Filament Reg. 7.95 sq. yd. NOW ViOZ sq. yd. Short Time Only! 36 months to pay As low is $10.00 per month Woo! Carpeting Reg. 5.05 sq. yd. NOW 4.IO sq.yA Mohawk Acrilan Reg. 10.95 sq. )'d, NOW ^t'59 WOVEN AXMIHSTER MOHAWK 39.95 9 ft. x 12 ft. 12 fl. x 12 ft. 12 ft. x 15 ft. Vinyl Rugs |1.95 15.95 19.95 Cheyenne Men equated: on , telling Charges CHEYENNE,., Wyo.'- (API-Two leyennc men were acquitted by S.' district court juries Wednes- y. of charges of stealjng gov- nmant property from Warren r Force Base. , ' '' . ' . ' '' Ira.JI. Powers and Hillard W. ark,- civilian employes , on .the so, were charged With inlsdt:- eanors. They were among about dozen civilians accused last mmer of the f Is on the base. Powers, a wilder in a base eet metal shop, was aecused.'of eft of five pounds of brazing elding rod, 23 pounds of electric elding rod, two toilet seals and feet of copper plumbing pipe. Powers and Clark were 'tried tether on a charge of taking ma- rials used in making a trailer :ch for Clark's pickup truck. The men said they used mater- is from a scrap dump for the tch and Clark added he only sed. the hitch for work on ths se. Powers said he made the hitch the request of Clark, his super- sor. The U.S. Atlorney's office said the time of the arrests that wusands of dollars of equipment nd materials were disappearing om the base each month. Assoc P r s s Awards PALLAS, Tex. ·(AP)'- : The As- (Ind.) sbcatcd Press' Managing Editors Journal Association. Wednesday '.awarded clo citations io;« newspaper s. radio Ad' arid! TV stations for;, outstanding contributions', to The Associated \VKAZ, Press.newsjreport-. ., *···'..-?: f :·'· .'.'Trie' awards were 'announced;at the APJ1E annual convention. Those honored liad turned in exceptional jobs of cooperation, .in ,he coverage of news events .in jehalf of all AP members.' Thirty-seven citations went to newspapers-and three to broadcasting stations. . : ' Tlrose receiving citations were: NEWS .COVERAGE - Harrison (Ark.) Daily Times; Hie San Diego (Calif.) Union; the Torre Haute the · Star;, tire Flint "(Mich.) 'station KVER ' AM-TV. Clovis, N.M.; Staten Island N.Y.) Ivarice; · lire El ' Paso" (Tei.) and Tribune; radio station' Charleston; W t Va. NEWSPHOTb "COVEIlAGE '-Chronicle; St. Pet- SIERRA LEONE -- A Sierra «one businessman ,is seeking .S. capital to build a soap inarm- :cturing plant. ' · .. efrsburg (Fla.) Times; Idaho State Journal, Pbcatello, Idaho; "trie Capitol-Journal, Tdpoka, Kan.: th« Standard-Times, Nc\v Bedford, Mass.; Port Huron (Mich..). Times Herald; New York Journal American;'Nashua (N.H.) Telegraph! the Bladej Toledo, Ohio; : Oklalib- Cily (Okla.) ; Okiabbman- Christianity Divided NEW YORK (AP)--A new book analyzing the issues dividing CPi Protestnts and Roman Catholics, "Christianity Divided," has betn published by Sheed and Ward.' It Po: includes sections by leading tl churchmen of both-groups. of Yo BOSTON (AP)--Rey, Raynrond C.'Hopkins, minister of the Uni- versalist Unitarian C h u r c h Brockton, Mass., has been named Eugene the first executive vice president Si of the Unitarian Umversalist Association. : " ,, : . ;··· Times; the Tulsa" (OklaJ Trib'une; the Cliarleston (W.Va.) Ddily Mail; Charleston (W.Va.) Gazette. NEWS AND NEWSPHOtO Coverage--Alabama Joui'na', Mont- gorriery, Ala:; tlie Montgomery (Ala!) Advertiser; the Daily Lea'd- Stulfgart, 'Ark.; 'the Chico (Calif.) Enterprise-Record; Ft. Laudcrdale (Fla.) ' News; 'tbe ist-Regisler, Idaho Falls.-ldabo; he Soux City (Iowa) 'Journal; the Times-Picayune, New Orleans, La.- New Orleans (I-a.) States- Item; ' station WWTV, Cadillac, Mich.; Hoswell' (N.M.) Daily-Record; the-Charlotte" N.C. News; lungstown (Ohio) Vindicator; (Ore.) . Register-Guard; icranlon (Pa.) Times; the- Spar- lanburg · (S.C.): Journal; 'Daily NewErRecord, Harrisonburg, Va. 2DAYSLEFT! igdorn as the world'-s fourtli gest steel 'producer. Compared :h the first nine months.of last ar, Japanese output was up 27 cent from 17.7 million tons 22.6 million. ·', '. · joviet production increased 8 per nt from 53.4 million tons to 57.8 llion. Italy showed an advance 10,5 per cent, from 6.7 million ns to 7.4 million. Output in the United States mounted to 70.5 million tons, a op of 12.5 per cent from last ,ar's»nine^nonth total of 80.4 illxm. The report said U.S. pro- iclion for the full year should iproach the 1960 total of 99 mil- n tons. Apart · from -the United 'States, ·if.. only country showing a de- ine in tonnage output was the nited Kingdom, down 5 per cent om 20,2 million tons to 19.1 mil- SPECIAL PURCHASE MAYTAG WASHERS and DRYERS GREELEY MAYTAG Appliance Company 1011 9th Avwiu* TEMPEST BITING TRACTION The new T*mp««t claws up hiHs. Perfect balance gives ft .CLIMBING FAST AT biting traction. Puts equal weight on all four wheels. The gas-. .£ ^\ f^ A M OO _ U J saving, 4-cyllhder engine turns out 110,115,120 or-140 horse: power. Extra cost: a 106 h.p, 4-b«frel carbiketor "four" and a . 190 h.p.V-S. Climb a hiH in Am«rtca'» oirty front »njBJM/ mt«f fttmlUaM Tn 'ml ttfiiM *·+* transmission car-It's balanced like none of the others. »«Mi*iciirt«,MiM4««i»«ntn. DRIVE Tt'fr TEMPEST AT YpUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALEH

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