Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 27, 1969 · Page 2
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Pajre 2 GREELEY TRIBUNE Mon., Oct. 27, 19G9 AAU Endorse* Nixon's Draft Lottery Plan NEW YORK (AP) - The As- dent of Harvard University and spciallon of American Universities has endorsed President Nixon's pHm for a draft lottery system and urged swift approval by Congress. Tlie 44-member group recom-^ mended Wednesday passage of cultivation In Malaysia has In a bill allowing "use of random election in determining the order of induction for qualified, nondeferred registrants, In preference (o the oldest-first basis/ Dr. Nathan M. -Pusey, presl- newly elected president of the association, said the schools also favored limiting Induction linbil lly to one year. KUALA LUMPUR-Oil-palm creased 300 per cent in the last Peking in a move that may in 11 years. There were 116,000 dicale that Russia wants t acres cultivated in 1957 and 447,89) acres in IMS. Peking Visit May Indicate Soviet Desire for New Ties By DEV MURARKA The London Observer MOSCOW - Foreign Trad: Minister Nikolai S. Palolichev li reportedly preparing to visi speed up its reconciliation will China. VOTE FOR ANDY GURTNER COUNCILMAN WARD I "Lei's Get Things Done" VOTE FOR ACTION Election November 4 Andrqw Gurtner A Voice of the People for the People! A Chinese negotiating team might later make a return visit to Moscow, according to informed sources. They consider a Prime Minister's meeting between Alexel Kosygln and Chou En-Lai before the end of the year a distinct possibility; The Chinese response to these approaches is still uncertain, But they seem to indicate that the Soviet Union wants to move rapidly toward a rapprochement without giving new differences a chance to crop up. Russian leaders are apparently encouraged by the rapid change in relations between Moscow and Peking since the Chou-Kosygin meeting six weeks ago. Soviet officials have noted with great interest that the Chinese delegation at the current Sino-Soviet talks in Peking is composed of officials known to belong to Chou's group. They are believed, Iherefore, to share his pragmatic flexible approach to foreign relations. Normally, according to «XT serfs here, a negotiating team would include representatives of all the power factions among ment with - the Russians with the Chinese leadership. If Chou is acting with the full support of party Chairman Mao Tse-tung, these observers say, there would be little point in Solvt a Simplt Scrambled Word Puzzlt for a Chucklt AR*arrang« htttn of the ^'four Kron\blwl wofdj below tB.tofm (our ilmpl* »r»fdi S A V H I N _L T O M E C LL N O P E R IE 4 I I L E W V I T ; · (6|7«INT NUMBERED UTTIRS ~ IN THESE SQUARES A talented failure: He has a Phi Beta Kappa key on his watch chain, but - --. .. .10,5,1 A Complete the chuckle quoted ^" by filling In the missing wordi you develop from »lep No. 3 below. Weld County Real Estate Transfer* Document f«*i lilted ire at the rite ef one cent per $100 of the eelllng prlue. Property eelllng for ICM then $600 le exempt. . Oct. Z) . Wayne'.Walton and Lucy Emily Wilkinson to Meivin and Imogene Mae Bidding, the W'/i of the SEtt of Sec. 21, T 6 N, R 65 W, DF f7.50. ' Howard I. and Helga W. Nicholas to Robert A. and Venila D. Haagenson, Lot 20, Block 7, third addition to Westview, city · I I I I I SCRAM-LETS ANSWER ON PAGE 4 keeping away Mao's trusted ence when faced with such ana- lieutenants. On the other hand if Chou is acting, even to a small degree, against Mao's wishes, he is surely taking a Dig risk in making any agree- side knowledge about China out ensuring Maoist association with these negotiations. There is no simple explana lion of this paradox. Soviet of ficials maintain a knowing sil SEE REPP'S FIRST AND - SAVE! YOUR CHOICE AUTOMATIC RANGE Fast'... Flameless '' v · King-sine oyen with tntomatlc timer, clock, minute tinier · Ufihtod eook4op · H»fp storage drawer 11.5 Cu. Ft. 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FINEST SELECTION IN TOWN Your choice is not restricted at Repp's . . . because we carry a complete line of General Electric Appliances, Television and Stereo. Northern Colorado'i Largest Appliance Dealer We Service Everything W* Sell! Our factory-trained service staff is your assurance of the finest care for your appliances--always. We service what we sell. Call us for Appliance or Television service . . . 3.13-0025. *With Trad 1835 8th Am Dial 353-0025 denies that there has been a momentous change at the top in Peking which may have a major effect on its relations with Moscow. Exact details of the change are uncertain. It may be that 'he situation has still not stabilized, despite Chou'Ss bold initi ative in going forward with a detente with Moscow. The way now seems clear for Dhina- to accept the present rentiers with the Soviet Union, lerhaps with some modifica- .ions, according to knowledge able observers. In return the Russians can offer considerable economic inducements to China Resumption of trade is already taken for granted here, with only Its volume and content still to be determined. Little Old Ladies Battle Street Crime PHILADELPHIA (AP) Some little old ladies, with a lew young ladies and a few men and teen-agers, are flocking to a store where a three-day sale of jistols is in progress. The weapons range in price from $4.88 to $8.99. The pistols can fire both blanks and tear gas cartridges. ' . Buyers said they wanted the jistols for protection because of :rime in the streets. No license is required to carry these weapons, but the purchaser must'be over 18 years old. lyses, and they are becoming more and more reluctant to discuss the future of their,stormy relations with China. Yet no one with access to in- Furrow, lots 9, and 10, Block 2, West Side Addition to the Town of Fierce, DF 35 cents. Murata jFarms, Inc. to Hisad- ki Kinoshita, Parcels A, B, C, D, and E, of the NVTO of sec. 30, T 2 N, R 66 W, DF $1. Paul W. and Laverne L. Mauterer to Lester M. and Dollie E. English, lot 26, Block 4, Spacious Living, Filing No. 4, DF 25 cents. W. Wayne and Phyllis Ann Miller to Floyd J. and Betty J. Meis, lot 6, Millers Subdivision, Town of Windsor, DF 40 cents. Joseph E. 'and Elaine M. Sigg of Greeley, DF $2.05. Virgil Riedel to Stanley E. I to Chris A. Schellenberg, the E '330 feet of the NEW of sec. 4, T 1 N, R 62 W, DF 60 cents. Edwin W. and Kttherlne Saal- waechter to Ruth Maes, the south IRQ feet of the north 300 Jeet of lot 1/of the.SW'A of the'SEW orsee; 8, T 5 N, R 65 W, DF $1.30. 7,:, · Glenna Muhrne to Kenneth and Willard L. Comett, part of the NW'/4 of sec. 30, T 3 N, R 67 W, DF $1.20, , . : Darold L. and Jane L. Daniels to Larry G; WH)'JoiJelle A. Ditler, lot 3, Block 5, third addition to Wllshire, City of Greeley, DF $2,13. 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