Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 27, 1957 · Page 16
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Pace 8 GREELEY TRIBUNE Thursday, June 27, 1957 Decentralizing of Government Interests Ike By J. M. ROBERTS Ever since he has hrcn in ollu-r President l-'iscnhowrr has h r r n nibbling at the idea nf decentrali/.- ; a t i n n of K o v r r n n i p . n l . Vow he wanli Hie s t a l e s ami the federal government In cooper- |ate in a study of w a s Lo divide responsibility and authority to Cherries add Flavor to Many Desserts I Typewriters For Rent Portable and Standard Up lo 3 mo nth · rent may apply on purchase price. t liev ; .' The President ihinfc- (hn ·jialr.. huuld resume full handling of some services in w h i c h the f e d e r a l g o v e r n m e n t now shares, and so e l i m i n a t e sonic of t h e double over- Towiird this end, IIP would l i a v r Congress r p l i n f | i i i ^ h in ihe s t a l e s c e r t a i n f i e l d s of t a x a t i o n . The governors uonfemin 1 at which Ihr President broached Ihr subject M o n d a y expre^^iM! J i l l It* , i m m e d i a t e e n t h u s i a s m . The sUtlcs. in i h e last 2.i \ r a r s , h a v e bec-yme amisimned lo c a l l in;! fn \Va«i))inj,'ln;i fnr .'ilmnsl .iny- I h i n g ihcy w a n t . They h e l p .set up . " m a t c ' h t n g " [i r o R r a m -s umlrr '.which hoth stale and f e d e r a l »ov- r r n m e n l s r a i s e money a n d f s i f i h : lish b u r e a u s (or h a n d l i n g il. Every foody p a y * , and in Ihr lonu . run )l is some r n l a l i v p l y s m a l l pressure g r o u p w h i c h gets mol of lite lirnpni.".. 1 K i s e n h u w e r t h i n k s f e d e m l nver- 'henri on such p r o g r a m s could he 1 cut more t h a n st.ile t a x f j - w o u l d , : h a v e l o ho r a i d e d 1 i f d u p l i c a t i o n !! of e f f o r t could he r l i r n i n a l e d . Me ; t h i n k s il would e n h a n c e Ihr ,'hanc- ' cs n[ r r f l i i r f ' f J federal lasi"- lie also put il i n t o t h e f i e l d of a r e t u r n lo (he exercise of ii'durs |nt!hls. A l t e r t h i n k i n g i l over, I h e uovi-r- ! nors put aside some of t h e i r orig- i i n a l coolness. Recognizing t h e pop- u l a r appeal nf such an a p p r o a c h , t h e y g a v e signs nf going a^ong. Al IcusL to f)ie prinl nf rmJpT.ilijii: in the. suggested s t u d y . Two years ago a c o m m i s s i o n appointed hy Congress m a d e .such a study and r e c o m m e n d e d I he possibilities. Eisenhower t h i n k s ii is I m i r now 'Mao Orders All Hough Rules for Police Published BING C H E R R I E S add frtih flavor to vanrlU ice cream desiert. Cancer Session To Be July I (Ml DKNVKR i*i.-Tlie Hlh annual o t h e r \Vc.stern s t a l e s a l t r . n d i n y . ; | f'rijifrrcnce speakers will i n c l u d e ' | n n l i n n n l l y recnfinizpd f l u t h o r i l i c s · i n cancer contrnl . ! "Wo h a v e p l a n n e d a panel of ^oally onl.sLandinK ipccialisls," , I .said Rr. Grnrjic Jl. R u c k , n r p s i - j I d o n l of the Colorado M e d i c a l So-' \ By JOHN R O D E R I C K I HO.VC KONG n - Red China's ; leader. Mao Tie-tuns, ordered resu'ations for ihe nation's police .published throughout the country iT.i-si!;:. 1 . The c-rdtr h-ni-J »l no |.iiiile [rouble' in ihe wake of a 10 ; r e n l o f internal c o m p l a i n t · t o i i u h i d off hy Mao's current "re t i d t a t i o M " c a m p a i g n . | f t e d e f i n i n s the people's police 2 ·a major i n s t r u m e n t of "deinocra l i e dictatorship 1 ' a n d a n armed a t i - j I n i i n i j l r a f i v o forrr f o r public s e ' : t u f i i y , Mao outlined lor t h e m : !these taks I To deal with counter-revolution- j ( a r i e s ; jireven sabolape hy "other' J c r i m i n a l s ; " preserve public order, j a n d s e c u r i t y ; protect public prop- i t r l y anil Hip in/crc'sls of citizens; I s a f e f i u a r d " I h e people's democrat- t i c system" a/uf ensure the smooth development of "Socialist ( C o m - m u n i s t ) c o n s t r u c t i o n . " Mao advised the people's puce to "rely on the masses of the peo- j p l c constantly, keep close contact i \viih them, listen to their opinions and ,-iccepl (heir supervision." Thp C o m m u n i s t l e a d e r s h i p lions" b«t»-eea the people ind the .nation o! WO million are jatherfct i««in«. A r.ctil.c.tion "mpai.nlj^e^re^Be^ ^,d- purportedly aimed at correcting:^ afau,e« was btguu May 10, and I ,_; ;op?n diicussion was encouraged.! ... . _ CrlUcism came Li a Hood. Conditioned Respond With a new^agricultural r r b h j ,_ ^ n threateniBS. the ry.me ordered;, ( ^^ rajned hart| fcere _ j( waj puslponement of the criticism | (00 m( , eh (or a f] oc |; O j jg E f e st campaign at the county level, so j a t the Cnilccco Indian scbrlol. farmtrs can concemrate on the. The- fowl were accustomed lo ·Jiirvfc«t. The campaign will c«n-|ibP rirnu^ht-strit-ken l a k e - b e d tinue at Ihe province level j which has been dry. When It be- Already, between 20 and 30 per C=n to Ii!l up with rainwalcr. the , cenl of 'the members of China's Reese dtdn'l know what was hap- reni 01 int uu.iiiueia ui ^iima a n*- *-- - new agricuJtural producer cooper- peninfi and ran lor the dry bank. a'.ivps h a v e overdrawn iheir a c - 1 , ~ counts becauJc »f (he economic pinch. Floods and drought are "·L TATF OF , ported in some regions, and m a n - | power shortages in oihcrs. T h e i C o u m y GI \\'*IA ^ . , 1K K l . V A 1 , iiie cuunir oiti )«i. .' ----«-- - . . . , [,, Vhe'Cr-'.ala o.' ELIZABETH L- gc-vprnment says settlement of m - i T l - R V K i i . jiec^appd tcriiaj con/Jiris depends in large X o i i r a in h e r p ^ y parl upon an improved harvest, The regime a p p a r e n t l y fe.irs the criticism campaifin might block l«i d«y of July, IsiT. I thai i l l on the 10 i h « ' r o u n i y Conn of \Velrt Cnuniy. Colorado, ny nccaunt* for f i n a l »ei- i l e r n e r - ot i h o - id m i n i s t r a t i o n of * 1- , '· ' . jsaM rs'-- 1 ', when n n J whera all per- plans for a bumper harvest. A | K O I I K i n | : . t rTCFi may app^r mid ob- crop failure, like t h a i caused b y ' j e c i ^ i o ineuL If ' n a t u r a l calamities last year could! rtfc:imil Eiec ^ .» .- . J -..--. bring disaster. 1 nichardson and sheiinn. Atiorneyi In this alrnosphorc, more t h a n l^ l " r 'irv' at ro"^ra^ n ^ nlt1fr ' 1,000 delegates from all o\ F er the\j lintl r . ' j a . 2c. 27, iss? scratch or from a m i x ; Jiolh riJ- rct-iion.s f o l l u w . W h e t h e r cherries are the Hinp, L a m b e r t or K n y n l Anne variety, .. - Ihey should he refrigerated and Rocky A l n i i n l a i n Cflnccr C o n f e r - ' I n ^ conference is sponsored by washo(l in c n l ( I w a l c r j u s l before bo. held horn July 10-11 . t h e Colorado division nf inc. A m e r - wiST' rioclors 7rom"ci)lorariu 'an'rii'"" C a n c r r Snciel ' i n coo n [ ' ration ... .. j w i t h t h e stale medical society. Ervin A. Hinds of Dcnve (^nlorario division prcsidcn By CECILY BROWNSTONE Aisociatad Prei Food Editor Dark sweet c h e r r i e s c o n t r i b u t e sued these r e g u l a t i o n s a f t e r a dis- Iheir fresh f l a v o r lo this v a n i l l a , c u s s i o n hy the standing c o m m i t - ! ice-cream dessert. M'ake il from tec of the N a t i o n a l People's Con- j fircss. j The order c a m e as delegates f o r ' the .National People's Congress, j ilcd China's Legislature, gathered for a session Thursday in an at-- mnsphere. of national ferment. The ferment in China was u s i n fi. Nowadays fruit-orchard to find at For Sale By Owners Investment Property Buiinen -- Professional Officet -- Aparrmonti Exccllcnr location, excellent condition, Income over $12,000 Write Bo\ N-8, c/o Tribune, Grecley, Colo. east one field in M'Jiich .'the, pA'perinient ean be made. The response, e s p e c i a l l y in Con- 1 gress, will provide a trvst jf f.'ic ! posture iidupicd during I h e depression of Ihe. 1030s, when "let Wash- j i n f l l o n do I I , " her nine a n a t i o n a l slogan w h i c h the Roosevelt brain- were very pleased lo - , ,, s a i d l h e is an import a n t link between proven ciinicnl i research and the general p r a c t i - tioner, "In presenting new i n f o r m a t i o n nn cancer, the general doctor may t h e n apply this knowledge, in the ] Iru.sters adopt. The resuJI h.ls hecn a cnnsl;in(- ly i n c r e a s i n g b u r e a u c r a c y in better able In m a k e an early d i - | Washington and a constant rise in '"Rnosis and apply prompi Ireal- diagnosis and t r e a t m e n t of his pa- lienls. Thus, the f a m i l y doctor i s ' f e d e r a l g o v e r n m e n t costs. It's goinK to be a very i n l e r c s l - mcnt, which arc so i m p o r t a n t in cancer control." Ing Ihing, however, to watch a st a to-federal task force, trying to! French publishers are pull ing get Cnncrrss In r e l i n q u i s h any lax ! on). JfiO.0000,000,000 book.s a year--' field i n l o wliich it has pnl.prr.rl. i four for ench person. It's new! It's different! It's mechanically mixed in the latest equipment! It's packaged and sealed by machine! It's Consistently Delicious! people .vlvifc slnrinfl ripe cher-; touched ,0ft by a Feb. 27 speech ries in p l a s t i c h a p s ; they believe I b i' ftlfto conceding "contradic- this t r e a t m e n t prolongs the. fruit's , Bo^HB^H^BBiMHB^H^BI^^I keeping qualities. C H E R R Y I C E C R E A M D E S S E R T Ingredienls: Dark sweet cherries, 2 eggs, '.a cup sugar, !£ teaspoon salt, Hi- cups milk, 2 . l e a - | spoons vanilla. 1 cup heavy cream. I M e t h o d : Wash n n t l pit cherries; I coarsely chop enough nf them to m a k e 2 cups. Beat eggs until they begin Jo gr.l Ihick anrl are lemon-colored. Beat in sugar grail- i unlly u n t i l very t h i c k . Add salt I a n d heal with milk to combine, j Pour into freezing tray and j freeze at coldest setting. When Frozen, remove lo chilled bowl. Add vanill.i ,ind whip w i t h rotary healer ( h a n d or elecLric) until lipht and c r e a m y . Have cream j whipped and fold into f i r s t mix- j lure; fold in chopped cherries, j R e t u r n lo freezer without' allowing Lo melt and finish freezing. Makes 6 (o 8 servings. QUICK C H E H R Y ICE C R E A M DESSERT Ingredicnls; \Vi cups dark sweet cherries, 1 package (4 ounces) vanilla flavor freezing mix. Method: Wash cherries, pit and halve. Prepare mix according to m a n u f a c t u r e r ' s instructions. Just before pouring into freezing tray, stir in cherries. Pour inlo tray and freeze immediately. Makes 6 servings. FOR SALE 2 BEDROOM BRICK HOMES , 3 BEDROOM BRICK HOMES . . $0500 Acrois f r o m New Evani High School Low Down Payment K I L L ELLIOTT. Builder Phone 39D8J B AN DC FOOD CENTER 74HTREET We reserve the right to limit quantities. Prices good Friday," Saturday and Monday To Manage Bulk Plant For Fronlier Co. Here Meadow Gold Cottage Cheese Meadow Gold Dairy Gredey, Cnlnrndn i, Don McBride, above, has been nfln~*d manager of The Frontier Truck Stop and Bulk Plant at 102 8th Avenue, The Frontier Refining company announced today. McSri'de »!=« manages The Frontier Truck Slop* at 2527 8th Avenue. McBride indicated that the North 8th Avenue Station v.'O'jM be known as McBririe's Fronlier Truck Slop ami Bulk P l a n l . All hulk plnnl and service orders will be received a( the Smith Station. M r R r i d c s.iicl Hie jl.ilion will continue r u r a l t a n k wapon deliveries of gasoline and f u e l s and will o f f e r citslomcrs c o m p l e t e service station repair w n r k . Al Mafiniisnn and Svrn Swansnn will handle, .ill m e c h a n i c a l work. McBririe cnme In Grroloy in February, lO.'ifi from J,exini;!nn, Nehr., where he had nianaced a similar Frontier nperalion. Prior In .joining Frontier, he operaled and leased ma.ior oil company out- lels for 12 years. Mr. McEride was born in lloly- ote. ("n!o., Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. D. I,. McBride. He attended Holhrook, Xchr.. hiph school and p r a d u a t c d from McCnnk J u n i o r CollcRe wi.'h a degree in 1'sychol- ocy. He married Ihr f o r m e r Grelia Newcomb of Cambridge. Nehr. They are the parents of four children. Kathleen U. J a n e t 13. David 11 and Cindy (. Mrs. Mcnride's p a r e n t s are the Owen Newcombs wlin o p e r a t e C a m p nip Horn in Eslcs Park. .Mr. ;md Mrs, Me- Rride are members of Ihe First flaplist c h u r c h in Grcclcy. ; i»even presci'ipnon cnemlsts to sprve yo\i Ht your friendly RFAALL siures. "SA-H' M a m p s at Gilbert Bishop and \\cldorado Drugs. Adv. CHEESE Shurfresh-Food Spread 2 "BOX £5' Shurfine Tall Cans 2 27 CRACKERS Supreme Salad Wafers . 1-lb. Box 25 PINEAPPLE Royalty Crushed . . 7 oz. Can 10* MARGARINE Southern Maid 4 cubes colored . Ib. 19' Green Beans Kuner's, Cut, 303 can 6» $ 1 $100 Sweet Peas Moore Kap No. 303 can 13 Chopped Beef Swift's 12 oz. Can 35 Shurfine-Regular Drip or Fine 1-lb. Tin BCE CREAM Meadow Gold Vj Gallon Square Carton 69 Grade A, Armour's Star Large Ib. 43' Beef Roasts Well trimmed, U.S.D.A. good . Ib. 37' Ground Beef -^ 3 ibs 98 Prime Rib Roasts 49 Spiced Luncheon MEATS, Sliced . . Ib. 59'

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