Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 3, 1970 · Page 7
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 7

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, June 3, 1970
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Gromyko Presses for French Cooperation in Middle East By ANATOLE SHUB The Washington Pott PARIS - Visiting Soviet F o r c i g n Minister Andrei Gromyko pressed here Tuesday for French cooperation in the Middle East conflict, but President Pompidou used the occasion to prod p u b l i c l y o n question. the Kremlin the German was clear and firm in support of west German Chancellor Willy Brandt's efforts for Bonn- Moscow accords on divided Germany and Berlin. Pompidou declared: "Franco-German reci ciliation, doubtless one of the most striking events since the war, is an accomplished fact. Several months ago, you yourself opened conversations to succeed. That is to say, they should be part of a general process of detente which permits the effacement of the absurd division between West and East and the re-establishment, from one end of Europe to the other, of balanced relations, founded on confidence and on respect for each people and state." While Pompidou's toast was well within the bounds of diplomatic politeness, observers considered it a strong reminder of at least two major divergencies between Paris and Moscow on European questions. First, France is not prepared to align itself with Moscow to exert pressure on Bonn, but r a t h e r the contrary -especially where allied rights in Berlin are concerned. Second, with regard to a European security conference, Moscow wishes the agenda and results "pre-cooked" by the great powers, while Paris wants an open conference in which the non-aligned states, as well as free-wheeling alliance members such as France and Romania, in Greeley to help them help could help break down bloc According to French sources, Fo r e i g n Minister Maurice Schumann offered Gromyko his choice of subjects Tuesday morning to open the day of intense bilateral consultations. Gromyko chose the Middle East. Most observers believe that the Soviet official was primarily interested in sounding out Western positions after last week's North Atlantic Treaty foreign minister's meeting in Rome. Neither side gave details of the discussion. Formal Toast At a lunch for Gromyko at the Elysce Palace, however, Pompidou in a formal toast referred only indirectly to the Middle East and other conflict areas "outside Europe." but Smoking Habit Discussed in Two Booklets The TB and Respiratory Disease Association of North Central Colorado has sent anti- smoking leaflets to physicians their patients quit the habit. O n e leaflet. Smoking, Why?" "Me Quit outlines the health hazards of smoking. The second, "Me Quit Smoking, How?" spells out the steps to slop. make "Kicking the habit" is|Ieadu\ especially urgent the assocwtionjwithin* divisions. Pompidou's remarks were considered significant in view of the current intermission in Bonn-Moscow talks, in which Russia has thus far refused to concessions on Berlin, to the second Brandt thoughts coalition said, for patients already suf-igovernment on how quickly to fering from diseases of heart and lungs. But it is important for all smokers to quit smoking, the the pursue a Soviet accord. West G e r m a n Foreign Minister Walter Scheel arrived in Paris association said. Allhniifih 21 million people have already ended the habit, too many people still smoke, the association said. And nalicna! surveys show that 84 per cent of the general people will not Tuesday for a meeting of Western parliamentarians, but officials squelched speculation that a Scheel-Gromyko meeting might be arranged. However, there will doubtless be contact among all parties quit smoking their doctors urge them to. These pamphlets should help doctors help their patients to quit, the association feels. People who want individual free copies of the leaflets can pel them by asking their doctors or by contacting the TB-RD Association of North Central Colorado. 201 E. 4th. Lovelaud. The association says. "Kicking a matter of life public think| concerned wi(h re g ar( j to next allied* Big Four meeting on Berlin, scheduled for June 9. Some public sign of Soviet "give" on Berlin then might permit Scheel (o go to Moscow, as planned, before crucial German slate elections on June 14. Thus, most observers read or breath." In the Courts cident near Brighton last Nov. DISTRICT COURT Canadian Ple*d Guilty James MalHiew Kennedy, 49, led Deer, Alberta, Canada, ileaded guilty to an amended nformation charging him with a short check felony at a re- arraignment in District Court " ere. Judge Hugh H. Arnold found Cennedy guilty of the charge after hearing testimony by 3reeley Police Det. Robert Jirsch. Tlie court continued the case for sentencing of the defendant. Kennedy was accused in the a m e n d e d information with [iving a check in an amount ver $100, drawn on the Weld bounty Bank in which he had nsufficient funds for payment, in March 18 to procure money and with the intent of d e f r a u d i n g t h e University Vational Bank of Fort Collins. Originally the defendant had jeen charged with three counts of theft, all involving the alleged taking of money from hree Greeley banks March 18. ·le pleaded innocent to these charges at his initial arraignment. Personal Injury Complaint A personal injury complaint !or $35,000 in damages has been : iled in District Court here by he. parents of a 21-year-old woman who was killed in an ac- Mark R. Schenk, 20. Two other icrsons in (he car, Miss Joann V. Smith, 21, 1714 22nd Ave.,',u.v the FBI because of the po- and Scott Soper Barker, 21 an-jl'teness and speed with which other Air Force Academy cadet,;he moved from bank to bank The four were traveling in a Hidden cameras had snapped small foreign car which Barkerjhis photograph from various an- was driving. The boom sheared off the top and one side of the vehicle. Surtax Death Will Fatten Wage Checks By JOHN M. PEARCE Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) -- Pay envelopes grow a little fatter next month when the income ax surcharge, imposed in Lyndon B. Johnson's last year as resident to help pay for the Vietnam war, becomes history. The t a x , originally 10 per cent, was cut in half last January and dies altogether July 1, he day the government's new : iscal year begins. Its passing will cost $4.5 billion in federal evenue. May Fill Need But strapped us the Nixon ad- ninislration is for cash, with judget deficits predicted for the old and the new'fiscal years, the surtax's death may help provide something needed even more: consumer buying to help end he near-recession before November congressional elec- ions. As a result primarily of the Pompidou's toast Tuesday as a surtax's political unpopularity, prod to Gromyko to meet thel" 1 ? .Nixon administration « . The parents, Patricia L. and Walter H. Danielson, Rt. 2, I'Jakm, filed the complaint against the Great Western Sugar Co. and the Colorado Fuel Iron Co. The daughter, Linda Patricia Danielson, was injured fatally when an auto in which she was a passenger was struck headon ay a long conveyor boom on a sugar beet piler three miles ] Suspect Nabbed After Caper By Dashing Dan north of Brighton. The complaint sets forth chain holding the conveyor boom broke and the boom swung across U.S. 85, on which .he car was traveling. The complaint says the beet Viler had been manufactured :y the C.F. I. and was being operated by Great Western Sugar. Co. at the time of the the robber, who plied Ins trade Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, said "thank you" for the neatly tailored holdup man got more than $35,000 in the series of robberies, the FBI said. Pavia was charged with rob- NEW YORK (AP) -- A Tunisian immigrant employed as a bartender has been arrested less than an hour after "Dashing Don" -- the well-mannered bank robber--pulled his 20th job in three months. FBI agents and city detectives, acting Monday on tips that resulted from recent newspaper pictures and articles on the bandit, had gone to Queens seeking to question Raphael Pavia, 44. Pavia was arrested as he stepped from a taxi at 2:05 p.m. near his apartment. Police said accident j' 1e nil1 ?''910 '" his possession, Also killed in the crash wasl l n c exacl amount taken from a :m Air Force Academy cadet,(Manhattan bank 45 minutes earlier. Dashing Dan was so named were injured. when a teller turned him down. INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- A secretary in the Indiana altor- ley general's office shook the contents out of a bulging envelope Monday--and screamed. glcs in the 20 banks. Authorities said the robber would hand a note to a teller, demanding big bills and warning that he had a gun. On six occasions, the teller denied having large bills and Dashing Dan walked out q u i e t l y . When he was not turned down, Wed., J u n e y, 1UVO U K U U L t i Y T R I B U N E l'a«e 7. bing a Jamaica, Queens, bank | in Manhattan, seven in Queens March 4 and faces a 20-year prison term and $5,000 fine upon conviction. However, the FBI arrest announcement accused the suspect of 20 attempted robberies--nine and four in Nassau County. Neighbors said Pavia was married and the father of two daughters and a son. USE TRIBUNE WANT ADS THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY! 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I ing losses in the hospital's out- Ending the surtax won't patient and emergency service much to the average taxpayer where charges are small and|--an extra 70 cents a week for billing costs proportionately' '--- ' !1! ~- -"'high," the spokesman reports. USE TRIBUNE WANT ADS STOLL'S MARKET North llth Ave., Greeley FRYERS Red Bird Whole ... R '° h Flavor 2i/ 2 can . Shurfine 12 or FLOUR roTL H . ORANGE JUICE PEAS, CORN VS10 o, OH IIC A PC Slgman's Double Delight OHUuHUC Pure Pork, 1 Ib. roll _ ,b. 29c 3 for $1 79c 3 for $1 6 for $1 PRODUCE WATERMELONS GPay ----------------------- ,,,. 7c ONIONS New, yellow .................... 5 Ibs. 2SC APPLES c 'l 79c Delicious, Macintosh, Romes, Winesap, Washington Extra Fancy. 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