Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 16, 1961 · Page 14
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 14

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Thurs., Nov. 18 Pag« 15 Justice Depl. Cracking Down On Red Party By BARRY SCHWEID WASHINGTON (API--The Just- Ice Department has drawn a bead on Cpnpmunist party leaders as deadlines for registering wilh the government near. The party has until Sunday to register with the department as an arm of the Soviet Union. If the party doesn't register, its officers must by Nov. 30. Both deadlines are apt to be ignored by Communist party leaders, who have fought the issue in the courts since passage of the Subversive Activities Control Act of 1B50, which prescribed the reg- islralions. The Communists have vowed to go to jail rather than comply. In the face of the defiance. Justice Department officials have begun mapping plans tg prose- cule. Ally. Gen.' Robert F. Kennedy indicated in Dallas Wednes day the steps his. department would take -if the deadlines'are ignored. If the Communist leaders fai to register' "as they have indi cated," Kennedy.-told a meeting of the Associated Press Manag ing Editors convention, they wil then be subject to a $10,000 fine and a five year imprisonment. Wi H'ill also move in that area." Both the party'and its leaders are subject t o ' a fine of up to $10,000 {or each day of violation of the registration requirements If the two deadlines are ignorec there is a third: party members must file by Dec. 20. If the) don't, they face the same fine. Also, individuals may draw a five-Jear prison term for eac! day trfey have not registered: The showdown between the gov ernment and the Communists ha been in the vyorks' since, the law was passed. The deadlines are based on the Supreme Court's reV fusal last Oct. 9 to reconsider its decision upholding provisions of the 1950 law. Harvest of values I OPEN FRIDAY AND MONDAY NIGHTS TIL 8:30 WOMEN'S BALMACAAN HAS A SNAP IN WARMER! 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Picks Director DENVER (AP) -'Directors of the four-county Metropolitan Capital Improvement District met Wednesday to elect an executive director and argued through their first major'controversy. ..,_,.-,. _ _ Attorney Edward P. Kurz at Denver finally was endorsed for the director's job, but "only after protests from two of the commit- leemen. , : Joe B. Lewis'of Jefferson Coun; ty accused several other directors of -"ramrodding" their own pro posals and. threatened to walk oul of the meeting. Del Cimyott ol Adams. County joined Lewis in challenging Kurz 1 nomination as executive director. "Who ever heard of a business man selecting the first candidate for a job without interviewing others?" asked Chnyott, an Adams County commissioner. Kurz was the only man examine for the position. The .Improvement District wai established following approval o the area-wide two per cent sales tax proposal 'last summer. "A Wednesday's meeting, direcloi agreed to place the tax into effec Jan. 1. 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