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Page 8 GREELEY TRIBUNE Tuesday, June 25. 1957 The Greeley Daily Tribune ·ltd Hie Greeley Republican EXECUTIVE STAFF M u n R t n * IUNUJI Itll C. IOEMG · · · . J A k t UTKICt 11 - - r-i»i»wt i rtotD t UEIRILL , . (·!»« Ktr A L rsTTUSEN · . an Mn I CLAM r*c A»»nolted Prw :* i/i tfc« UM of i . -,J u ill AT ntlUM ucn wtli'itnf of til I h i l ·»w»p««t ttllwrriytla* pnw-- B? Milt » C*MfM* t »··» SIS SI. S navUw SI Si. ··· mtalk SIX a. »lll mukU W Olorite I r* S U M . ··· ·"!» Sl.tl mm MMtrta II M ...Ik fit, Cirrwi II 1« ··"Ik rum.ii. wntl k« ·· ln«r»t ItiiB S^4 vrli tirntut* MMt bf prt»U4 ·!!» Q«'UI P ·· bv Crwlti I'JIU.T and Ponder: --"Hep« -- Our Anther Lln«" "Let thy s t e a d f a s t love, 0 Lord. b« U|ur, us, even as we hope in th.ee."-Psa. 11:22. The K I R h t To D i f f e r 19 Years Ago Jur,. IS, 1MI Mil! Lucy Barrier, daughter of Mr. and Mn. Earl Barber of near fireeley, became the bride of F.rn- eit Rieder of Los Angeles, Calif., in a service at the bride'i home Wednesday at hic(i noon. I)ev. F.. M. Nesbilt, paitor of the United I'reibyterian church, performed the sinsle ring ceremony. Mn. D.ile Illikeman ard Duane ThMlrt Oii.i Opinions ana lotornatioi i»ir antttd la b* Irons ao«re«a otbar thin ib« pren dtpartmtnta of tootloD pteturt producers Stt enivlis at ttoy sfovld b« sttn, uninttrrupttd an J |iint rnttlwi plcturi scrttrv. Btrnardln* at CtUradt Wtdnisday. Bernardir.e, which had its world llarber, lister and brother of the i prf m ier in Denver Friday, openi bride, were attendants. | Wednesday at the Colorado thea- Allf r a wedding luncheon, the , t, r . The 20th Century-Foi film if couple Irft for Kayette, M o , to j | Iom a play of the same title by x i s i t the jroom's father and sis- j Mary Chase of Denver. The pro- ters for 10 d a y s . They will then re- j duction. in Cinemascope and color Motion Picture Herald ratei the film good. Corman deals realistically with inter-planetary communication and control in Not of This Earth. The film abandons plausibility outright in ita opening sequence, but presents its incredibilities then and thereafter so forthrightly and candidly that a surprising meas- j ure of suspense u created as the istory progresses. i I The script is by Charles G r i f f i n , l a n d Mark llanna. Heading t h e ] I competent cast are Paul Birch I and Beverly Garland. ; Motion Picture Herald rites the | film good. Running time is 67 minutes. t u r n to An;eles to m a k e their t, y Deluxe, stars Pat Boone and home. He has bri-n working there j ln n Giynor. Producer is Sam Mysterious Case for the past three years as a tile j EnjeI. setter. Mrs. Ilicder is a graduate of Milliken High school in 193* and later attended flames Busi- f n e s s college in Denver. ScUnc ·-Fiction Films at Chl.l Attack of the Crab Monsters and Not of This Earth open Wed- A h h o j g h the right to be different Is not stated e x p l i c i t l y in t h e ! *'"· ?· -'· Phillips of Tierce | ^ ( (h( c h / f ( . , - . . t m i t i n n . it is one of our hasir freedoms. Under t o t a l i t a r i a n g o v e r n - 1 *'"' » passenger to lies Homes, | ^ ^ , HoJ r , . r . t . e v e r y o n e must conform; anyone whose behavior or idea, are ^ .·^dr.Tltan'al VoUn'' man who .peei.lhe, In s t r i k i n g l y different from the norm decreed by the stale is i m m e d i a t e l y ; * ^ " o( N Mothers She is , j outside of the commonplacr, uc.n f i . p o c t . In this country, h o w e v e r , differences in viewpoint, a t t i t u d e ,| f | r E a | P ' f r o r n '((,, c l u b ' o f Ciree-'*" h lhf after-radiation theme in ar.-l b r h a u n r are much less restricted. , | r . N j n m i ,, hin , p , .(.fompanied A t t a c k of the Crab Monsters, a N e v e r t h e l e s s , there is some reaction a g a i n s t the idea ..f m a k i n g h f r m ,,, hfr a n d on l h p i r r f [ u r n n a t u r a l science fiction production A m e r i c a safe for differences. This was a c k n o w l e d g e d by Dr. Harold , h r y «,|| s i s i t in "Orand I s l a n d , w h i e h h a s b e e n packaged with Not U Do'Ids, rctirinc president of Princeton r n i v e r s i l ) , in his f i n a l b a c - J N r h , w i t h a brother of Mrs. Phil- r a U u r c a t e address. He told the g r a d u a t i n g class t h a t "frrorlnm will n o t ' lips, s u r v i v e unless people nf the ration succeed in combining i n t e n s i t y of c o n v i c t i o n w i t h respect fur those wtio diller." It is significant l h a t Dr. Dodds, one of America's leading educator*, s h o u l d bf t h u s concerned w i t h t h i s mailer. His concern should lie shared h all of us. "If we fail." Dr. D«lrls declared, "to practice t r u e toleration, popular g o v e r n m e n t cannot w i t h s t a n d the strains and stresses of the dy- t » m i c r h a n t e s a h e a d of us, a n d . unless we include respect for others a - an element of our own self respect, our u n i t y as a people will be ^ s p l i n t e r e d into bits hy this c e n t r i f u g a l force of contcndins groups and a)f ir.teresls." Uranium Work Can Be Deferred Year in Bill Approved by Ihe House WASHINGTON * - The House of This Earth, program is offered ists. A t t a c k of the Crab monsters keeps one foot .iust inches inside the possibilities, if it he agreed l h a t the long-range effects of over- eiposure tn atomic exposure are not yet fully k n o w n , and is fairly convincing in its topical eatigory. It has personable and proficient players in the east which the crab ! PHOENIX, Aiz. * - "The pack age went glub-glub when you turned j it and made a metallic rattle like a ' bomb," said w a t c h m a n Robert Stookey when he found the parcel on the steps of Memorial hospital. He called the police. i Officers gingerly unwrapped the package and found a dozen cans i of beer and an opener inside. No ; record was made of who got the brew. The Literary Uepost _ B y W.G. Rogtrs,. The S e c r 11 War, by Gerald Pawle. Sloan. If it hadn't been for the Wheezeri Dodgers, or tome outfit just ai clever, intrepid, and lucky, the Normandy invasion might never have come off. That is about the only conclusion one can come to after reading this account of the Department of Miscellaneous Weapon Development in the British Admiralty. It was a secret research organization known among those who loved, or detested, it as tie Wheezers It Dodgers. Starting with the little matter of offsetting magnetic mines in time for the evacuation of the British army from Dunkirk, the W D managed to get its thumb into t large share of the special projects that made World War II such a special war. . · Wall i talent for aawindini red lap* as well at for solving trick, problems under wartime pressure. W It D often handled matters that seemed not of naval concern. It was W t D that developed the "Hulberry" harbors which enabled ·tiled ships to ride out the Normandy coast itorm that might well have wrecked the Invasion. It devised plastic armor for the bridges of often bombed merchant ships. Also i cliff scaling rocket, auits to protect divers from under water explosions, a floating airfield. All in the day's work were such oddities as « giant pinwheel to explode land mines on a beach, an air bubble breakwater, and a sea-going train designed to ride on its own endless track. In'some ways the secret war was the most interesting. Joe Wing rm U» ·*«* -MM ,lhe These are w i s e and discerning words, speiken hy a man who has ; n j U r n head of one of America's great u n i v e r s i t i e s d u r i n g the past 24 j u r a n M . n i c l a i m s each year. v r . i r s The f a c t t h a t he chose to speak of toleration and of the rich! to ( Pep Perry ( f t - S D l , author i l i f f r r ! as he retires, gives w h a t is said a special emphasis. Men of good the bill, said it is necessary this , ----,-,:-,,, d , . ,,,,,, hj]| Mmn _, ^ m( year ' TMf two survivors. requirement t h a t Jino w o r t h ' The script is by Charles Griffin, P ( j m r n t w o r k be done on ; wno j, crf dited also as ossociate producer Richard Garland and p n ) f l l D u n c a n top the cast that includes Russell Johnson, Leslie of nt w i l l do w e l l t n ponder his words. Eisenhower Security Risk Program Takes Two Blows By J A M E S MARLOW h t y . | t d,^ nn t say so in A. P. NEWS ANALYST words, perhaps because it was a WASHINGTON on - President [ m i x t u r e of Democrats and Rcpub- K i - c n h o w e r ' s program for bounc- licans. in: security risks out of the g o v - 1 '» suggested a return to a loy- t . V r n i»n sironc ally program while allowing I n r taken two slrong i , m p i n r ,. w h o have "something definite" to re ernmcnt h a s blows. y e a r because the Atomic Energy [Commission has not et deter! mined whether u r a n i u m can he economicalJy extracted from lig- ( n i t e . i The l i s n i t e fields are largely in South D a k o t a . I The hill defers the requirement u n t i l J u l y I, 19.'.fi. A s i m i l a r one,o m a n y - c a r extension was granted by- Congress last y e a r . Rerry expressed confidence the Senate will approve the hill before the July 1 deadline. He f a i d the AF.C probably will Bradley and Mel portant roles. Welles in im- The Supreme Court H,ed ,t in are loyal but unf.t, u n d e r the HWPort on Jh|; Procr,, within three PVi. A P - m a n commission has suitamlit 'a*j__. . _ " Ike at ( j,,., rccommcnrlcr! a sweef.ins »" lht '"mmisunn - reconi o v e r h a u l in its procedures. , mending t h a t I nngress put Us This commission of Democrats suggestions i n t o law - w e n t far «r.d Republicans - l a w y e r s , s e n - ' ^ h o n d T r u m a n and F.isrnh. · t o r s . concTessmrn. e d u c a t o r s - jn t r y i n g to he f a i r to empl , « a « created by Congress .over i n w r o u g h t up on questions ot loyal- "'TM' '- m o n t h s aco to find a way to pro- t - lect the g o v e r n m e n t w h i l e b - i n g ' t'n-'er Truman s procram · and E i s e n h o w e r r.KTTYSIU'IlO, r«. i.n -- Pre«- e n h n w r r . spending a quiet w e e k e n d at his farm here, hoped lo get in a round nf gnlf '" r '" '"-""dual,. ^TMv"n n ,\?,Tm I rby b i\^cia'rboar'd * "r'csMcn, Hew from W a s h In an (OT.pase r e p o r t l o v e r the s'»en a hearing h, a , pecial hoard m mld . j(|( . rnoon Fn[) w e e k e n d it recommended g o i n g 1 ' " n " agenc ami. 11 it r u e d r i s e n h n w e r arrived bv b.-.ck to President Tr^an's k i n d ·Bam't h i m he could appeal lo 'TMTM^ Msenhn.er armed by rf pro;ram - But w i l h some very '^ ·;"·» «' ""· acency. automot,,, i m p o r t a n t c h a n g e s . H o w e v e r " ' J r CMP. PIP YOU apprBilmattly 125 chll- drn will participati In tb« Crttlir public scbxls t u m m · r reading pr»- gram? r i s e n h n w e r arrived f later. If turner 1 down there, he coitJd I,«vd Wright, the commission appeal (o a special loyalty review- c h a i r m a n , denied the report a m o u n t e d tn "scuttling" the F.i- srr.hnwer p r o c r a m . Of F.isenhnwer's p r o g r a m , the rr[rrt said: 1! has hern "neither fish nor f o w l , r e s u l t i n g in inconclusive ad- Use THSI* EYES 13 HEIP FOSC6 WS* , POA'M THBR TKROXT* / j u d i c a t i o n s , bewildered security prrw.ncl, employe fear and dis- I n i s t . and general public set up by Truman. If t h i s r] him innocent, it had no power to restore him to his job. Put it coulrl recommend to his asency's head that he get his jnh hack. t'nder Kisenhower's prnjram the Loyjlty Review Board was ] abolished.' An accused man had I c r jti- ' n o appeal beyond the head nf h i s ! ' a j e n r y . The 12-man commission! ' T h i s is a briefer-down compar- 'recommended Ihe s a m e kind of i |.on h e t w e r n the T r u m a n and F.i- a" 1 "*""" 1 ' Trumhn hsd. I sr-.howrr proirams and the kind . n "' 1h ' n "" commissar would Ihr- commission r e c o m m c n d r n : J" '" h ' ond T r u m a n or F.isen-' f n d e r a 1912 law. still on the *"";"· H , , k « c n v e r n m e n t w o r k e r s w h o ' I nder n e i t h e r nf t h e i r programs are l o v a l h u t u n f i t l o r g o v e r n m e n t r t " 1 l n accuser! m a n h a v e t h e r i g h t s e r v i c e , w h e t h e r or not they are ln f l " h " ·«"'" or "'en know tn s e n s i t i v e jobs, can b» "unsuit- » h " hlcl S |vrn i n f o r m a t i o n a g a i n s t I ji,V " . ! m m - I ' i n ' l K I T T n i m a n m a d e a sharp! But t h e c o m m i s s i o n said- d i ' t i n e t i o n between unstiitability l*'" h nn ' '«ee r tion_»n accu-ed I a n d disloyalty. He still let the 191JI m " nrit m] f "d the rich! t o ' law jet rid "of the loyal hut , m .|eonfront his accusers but should s u i t a b l e . But for routing out those h ' lnl ' ln « r t « »"tP"'na t o , rf questionable loyalty, he set up (0 L" l n f m l n appear. | s .pecial program. This lasted TM' testimony of an informer i BUCKLEY program. \ r v r a r s . In lint Ki.-enhowcr n This was a crab hag. t h r n : t h e loyal but u n s u i t a b l e i n . r h the disloyal unrler the one n r r a m . w i t h o u t d i s t i n c t i o n . K i s r n h n w e r applied h i s p r o g r a m all c ° \ e r n m r n t jobs. A man h a v e tn be in w h o refuses tn be identifier! for I Ihe d e f e n d a n t should n o t , in the J opinion of the commission, he c n n - i si.lcrcd p a r t of the t e s t i m o n y a g a i n s t the accused m a n . ' The one exception the c o m m i * - ; sion m a k e s is Uiis: t h a t is Ihr professional undercover acent of i a n intelligence agency, like t h e j FPL If he had tn appear and r e - ] , seal his iilentitv his u s e f u l n e s s ; ) h a f f e c t i n g n a t i o n a l security to , 0 ,,,, fmrnmtnt VKM ^ o v r r _ j h^ rnnsulercd a security risk. He m iH be a C o m m u n i s t or a loyal h it d r u n k e n j a n i t o r . T h r g r o u n d s for firme a man » s s e c u r i t y n-k incluilcd dnnt- QIMNCY. 111. is - K a r l (Vnr.vl :"j nr t a l k m ; : to!) m u c h In 10.V O h n e m u s . 27. pleaded c u i l t y in pot ; r - S i p r e m e Court ruled F i r n - lice court to Ihe r h a r c e of as- r ^ i r r hid gone too f a r . It said sault and b a t t e r y preferred a g a i n s t t w p p r o g r a m should apply only to h i m by his estranged w i f e . June s r - ; t i v e jobs. O h n e m u s . a f t e r a ruckus when she \ s it t u r n s out -- accordinc I n ' refused to allow him tn c l a i m her t:-e r o m r n i s s i n n -- most of those is an income t a n deduction. M r s . "/ DON'T THIN BUCKIEY /S THE RIGHT .MAN TO HEAD THE SAFETY COMMITTEE ON THIS JOB." Taxing Case M O D E S T M A I D E N S S-T *»-«d C. S. TIMM e f : r r l unler Fi*er.hn«er's security O h n e m u s claimed she receives no r : V p r o g r a m w e r e rejllv fired u n - surport from h i m a n d refused liis ri-r t'-.r rlt" 1912 s t a n d a r d of u n - ' request. r . i . t a h i l i t y . T h r c n m m i s s i u n , looking o v e r A green eei! eel was netled F . - e r . i w e r ' s p r o g r a m , d e c i d e d t h r e e - q u a r t e r s of a m i l e i!eep in T r u m a n hsd the richt idea in srp- the P a c i f n . off Cook P t r a i c h l . New s r a ! : r ^ d i s l o y a l t y f r o m u n s u i t a h i l - ' Tralanrl. LIFE LINES If you dwidc on suicide Why lake off in your car? Just pay your hills And take some pill', And die right where you are. ; VM waktlrijMt out D. C. Royer Insurance Agency (08 9th St. Phant SO *7»'cn I need soraethlnf to (n with II · and he mult hi*« a lot ol roor.ej'," "I'm only trying to fall asleep by counting the lamb chops in that butcher shop in the next block..." HALF ACRE CASTLB A eampaisn to populariie the bicycle is being urged in Calcutta, India. Iraq and Jordan Give Joint Warning Jo Egypt and Syria BAGHDAD, Irjq * - Iriq »nd Jordin Sundar nljht innounetd their determination (o reiiit iub- veriion »nd served i v«il*d warn- 1st on Eeypt and Syria not to meddle. A communique Uiued at the end of the vi»it of Kini Huiiein of Jordan to Iraq declared both na- Uoni must "maintain the independence of their states and iaf»- guard the independence of all Arab itatei." Th- communique laid both youns kincs believe their IW treaty of friendship and allianct "fuarantees Uie be»t fraternal cooperation in the fieldi of defenie, military, politici, econony and culture." Family Rates! t " XJ MEAN THAT W AU_ IT5\ WJ. HE A9KEP! «MILY TCEE IOCXED UP. SUCEYOUVEGOTA GOOOREUABLE A UTTLE MOCE WO GET A BETTER FAMU.V/ (·IF hsR».tOlTH ILZCYfTTtrt 1 OP SW OA6R«l.,CAtjr. OIVCS SOME TIPS ON CUT FLOWERS. CUT THEM IN EARCT MOCNINO OR UAtt AFTERNOON. FVrr THEM IM coc*. v*TCR nntwnti' POPflES ANO (WW5CTTAS SEAHSTtMJ CVBI fOAMC IN toUNO WATtE S SK. POUND THE VJOOtJy TYTt Sn*$ SUCH A* AfTLC we FtACM 6UJ550M5 UPAftXJT WARP KNITC AND CUT JOE PALOOKA WHATS UP? BY HAM FISHER SCOKTIIY SiMITII \l She Only Guessed m PITY vfK! AM. ALTRASH TAUttUKE A tHCKTAIIH...! GOTTA DO SOME* WHAT M OHAT»N AM THOSE FOOLS rwsaxifT »parY._ err THE FOLKS, AN-THJ.-EM en xnrvt FAJLEO.' i»e RfW/slNUG WCO MUST ACT * VOU WILL K f MLID, AND I ?^AU. IUI THIS COUNTIW ATf N r«C\V ASCUTTHAT? ONZ ta^E wiT^i ME AO ·£ SCATS L^E A Auf.OUS T3 MEET j? BOSS ! DIC · i ) A K K Payday! FOP5GET rr/X H£ARD VOW PIRATE FRIEND SAYIWS HE V.AS eons ASHORE. TO HUtfT DCWH VOUK5 DCKCWE I...AUO Mif. HIM.'HOW \-^ J --/ / }~ : '' USTB4-YOU WANT THE t Vl.. 1 V t j P ' v ' 4 WUIOHlUHEfirrEO// DON'T ^\* \-. I OKAY, YOU CA!J HAVE (JKOERSTAICD/ I · u IfT... EVEXYlAfT, li-NYTtiAT _L CeVT. -t--r=T \ AGAIN... /"^ '^ f^'/J ^ IS m LI'L A UN Kit f OK A*4 WliMtS TMEVD RIEII2E AM IS MEREW A r5'*-YAR-OLO CHILE, - · 7 PASSTHC Cl AMMOIJITXDM ^* AMD i V

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