Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 2, 1955 · Page 9
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Declares CRC Is by Communisis WASHINGTON W _ A member of the Subyerslve Activities Control Board: recommend«d Thursday the.Civil Rights Congress rje required to register* as' a .Com: rnunist-front. ^ · . ; ' · : · Retiring board · member David J. Coddaira found the CRC is "substantially direcli-rt, a n d ' c o n trolled by ihe Communist party," «iid is "pjimarily operated for the purpose of giving a i d - a n d support to Communists." There was no immediate, com. Blent from'the CRC.' Coddairc conducted .months, of hearings on a petition" by AUy. Geri. Brownell to require the CRC to register under the 1950 Internal Security-Ac(, list its: officers" and Seeds Bulbs Quality Seeds of , - Mil Kinds. . Seed Processors Garden Equipment end .. · · '-'. -.Supplies '· · , Pet Supplies .. ;· : - fertilizers and. ,-. Insectjcides' Anderson: Seed Go. 710 9th Are. Ph. 197 give an annual financial/ accounting, " · ' x .· ·-.... ' Constitutionality of regislratioa provisions of the'-, act has.- been challenged - by the ·'· Communist party.'.The matter.is awaiting.de- cision .by.the.Supreme-Court. . ,-, 'Coddairo's report now goes to the-full board for action. The CRC can-.file · exceptions and · ask for oral arguments on them.. . ; Coddaire sajd;. the CRC .was planned and/created by the Com- muhlsl party in: 1946..through - a merger of several organizations, inclMdinfi the International Labor, rtfcnse: ',,-, . .... "... · .;· This . \ v a s r d o n e , -he said^ to utilize defense .of civil rights -for party -purposes' and .to. raise "and maintain large mass'defense and bail funds for party use. - Window Decorations ' Checked .in New York : After; $20,000 Blaze · NEW YORK WV-The Fire Dept. Wednesdaymade a'city-wide check of holiday window displays in bars and'grilis to remove- any suspected inflammable materials. · -Fire Commissioner. Edward F. Cavanaugh Jr. ordered removal.of such displays after what fire officials called a ''routine test" resulted-in a $20,000'fire" in a Times Square bar and grill Tuesday. ; ; Cavanaugh said the displays consisted of paper, cardboard, silk and net and were furnished by the Schenle'y · ' and Seagram whisky firms. He said byth firms : were giving the department "1,000 pe.r cent cooperation." - - . ~ ' . . . N o n e rnore than 3.88 ' . NONE MORE.THAN 3.88 NONE MORE THAN 3.88 Many REDUCED ;from 7-OTt 38E AND LESSI GIRLS' LOAFERS .Reg. to -5.9S 1 ""'-./'. 6IRLSV SADDLE OXFORDS Reg. to 5,95 3: 88 88 O U T LET SHOE STORE 913 Sth Ave. OPEN SAT. AND MONDAY NIGHTS Windsor-i;.^ WINDSOR'-^-: Georie Briig -Jr. and J. H. Jacoby. jr. allcndcd the annual- : regional B set -Grower/; meeting held in Memorial auditor-' him in Sterling Monday.' Represeh-. tative,Willlarn F. Hili-of Fort Collins was the! speaker. ,W.;B. Gi'iss of GrM/ey, a'director of the Windsor local was also at the meeting. Bru'gg and. Jacoby will a t t e n d ' t h e National Beet Growers federation meeting in Scotlsbluff, Neb., Dec'. S and . : · ' - · ' . ' : -.' · PFC. Charles Lo»ry 'and nine other service men,who were graduated at the army school at.Fort Bevins, .'Mass.,.-.Veterans day. are now on their .way to 7 'japan. : Lohry called his parents,.Mr. and^Mrs. Adolph Lohry,'Thanksgiving'day. frorn Tacoma, Wash., before leaving for overseas.duty.. .,,. · Philip : 'Bnig left"· Tuesday for Rock Island, 111:, .where he and other farmers are on * tour given by the International Harvester firm. Many of the farmers boarded train in Denver ; Tuesda'y ' evening. . . - . . · · -..'·::.. '-..'-'. , . '.' Adolph Lohry, assistant foreman on the sugar, factory farm of the Great Western Sugar company, sustained an -injury to his 'right leg; Saturday while opeytuig a small, tractor onjrio factory., farm.' His leg was caught in the power kick-off.'and the .bone split below the knee. X-rays were taken in Weld County Gencralhospilal Monday. He is at his home on the'farm r Lohry's clothes were caught- in the. mechanism, arid · since: the tractor.was a small one fortunately the. machinery was.stopped be- fpre he sustained more serious injury^ -· ·'. St: Alban's guild held their, annual, bazaar, food sale and coffee Klack Tuesday afternoon.arid evening. ; ' . ·'. Cri'arron Lee is the.name given the daughter horn Saturday, Nov: 19, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clpuse. The rrjothe'r .is_ the.former Mary Ann' · Fritiler. 'Grandparerjs'. are Mrs. Christina . Cloiise -and Mr. and'Mrs. Herman Fritzleiv all-of Windsor. Mr., and Mrs. Jacob Frllz- Icr, also of Windsor", are' the greatest grandparents. -Mrs. Clo'us'e' and baby, have been. : released from Weld County.General hbspitai'and are spend ing the week in the home of her parents'." · ·· ' , : ; '" Mr.. and. Mrs. W.ilhert (Chuck) Firesfeiri' of Bracewell district announce the-birth of a ibri, Roger Lee, Sunday, Nov.·; 20, in-Ostep- pathi.c Memorial hospital: Mrs. Firestein is the. former R u t h Brug, Grandparents are:,Mr. and Mrs. CdhrarT Firestein; : R.'--2, Grceley; and Mr. and Mrs. George Brug Jr., northeast of Windsor. Great grandparents are · Mr. an! Mrs. George Brug Sr., 624 Walriiit'itreet, Faure Voted Out ' ' ' - · · ' - · V 1 - ·:" " ' ·'. ! .^.-i±- of OwnPaff/ ,PAHIS iwi -- ' Leaders . o f , Pre- nler EdgarJ.Faiire's cwn party, the.Radical-SociaUsIs, voted Thursday to oxptl^ him from Iht pirtyl .The yote By memb«?sl«f the party's ·ileerine · committee, .'was 19 1o '1, . ' '^--^. · ' . - ' .'· The decision docs .not 'affect Faure's status as a'etihj premier nor his decision Wednesday night to dissolve the ·National Assembly. The action by paVty-jeadefs had teen foreshadowed when the steering committee.summoned him to explain his defiance of party policy, in dissolving the assembly. Faure attended - t h e first p a r t , of this-. meeting," then went to the presidential .palace .to .confer with Rene Coty, president; of .the 'republic. ; - ' ·' ~ · ' ' . The parly'-'lession had been callcd.'by former Premier; Pierre rtendes-France, who ha»- become Fibre's'-' bitter rival ...withili .the Radical-Socialist group.' ' . · ' Only a few Knurs after ^"aure's cabinet' announced the ascnibly would- be dissolved,- the Socialist party . a n d ' - the Badjcal-Socialiit backer!. : of M e n d e s -France launched thflr'drives for,votes in the election expected to be scheduled for. Jan. 8. They turned their heaviest' artillery - against' Faure and the assembly dissolution. . The cabinet, :etc.' 3rd graf.. Ault .''·-.. AULT -- Mrs. 'Joe Snow hostess to'the. calendir committee of VFW'Auxiliary Monday eveninjf. Plans were made for a bigger and fetter birthday calendar. . . - . ' Mrs. Fred Hoops and Mrj. Sam Anderson 'are contacting local clubs and Mesdames . Joe' Snow, Robert Johnson and Lawrence Sl'ewa'ft are'contacting local merchants. Me'sda'mes Virgil $tewart, rfarold Gustafson, Charles Warner arid John Sakurai, . Willard Ellis are members of,the general-committees and Mrs. Willorj Fringe is inquiring 'about using the band pic; ture in the calendar..-', , · Anyone wishing to list birthdays may call Mrs. Willard E11U, Mrs. Wilford"Prarrge, or an auxiliary member. '.'." · · ' . . . _ · ' - ' ' · M r . - a n d Mrs. John Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kelley and George Stroman of Grceley. · Mrs. Raymond Jackson has been released from Weld Co.unly Gen eral hospital.-and is'at her'horni' ' " ' } Entry Blank r . .:,-=·-,···.;.,-.-. -far. - . ' - ' j 1»SS HOME LIGHTING CONTEST j . . . "-: ' · ' - · '· Iponiorid by : . - · ' | GREELEY ELECTRICAL LEAGUE ' , - · ' · ' : · ' · . · · · ' ' - . '. · ' ' - ' . | ; . I would like to enter my houit In the Chf'lilnui homi Hjhtlnj I c«nt«it lor 1155,. ' Nimf Abdr.il Thtml or dcalgn:.. -Entrlet muit be poitmarkf'd. not lattr thin mljltiloht Dec. 17, Mi.M to! Homt Lighting ConUlt,. Poit Office, Box 437. - - ' Greeliv, Colorado. '. .The g'tfl eirerjr worutn winu. Perfect cooking results every lime. Ends guesswork, cooking failures. ' ' - · Squor*, (hop* cooli, ... · Eoty la «·· fry-GMt -. 20% mart *nxm rovm/ · Wcrfw-MikW tkmtr* ' · Cfcofef of 3 rz*j-- ·'-·.if H.- ·' ' 806 Slk St. ' Greeley, Colo. Pay $1.00 p«r wMk-Hio inUrast or · carryinx cRarc*. ·' OPEN SATURDAY and MONDAY EVEN INGS until 8:30 pirn.. ii and John of D«nver'ipent thankijlvlnt with Mr. ind, Mr«. E. H. : K«Uey.;. -.-'. . . , ; ' . , Lawrence C. Kelley, son' of Mr.' rid-Mrs. E. H. .Kelly, has completed hls'32 degree work'in Color|do Consistory .No. 1, Valley of Denver, Orient of Colorado. '-'-'. . H e crossed the. hoi sands'of the desert at El "Jebcl Shrine Temple on Saturday..».'. -..' ·-·'." - . = .-. Dr,'arid Mrs'..Robert Bay and daughter, Hobyn'-Ann, of Salt Lake City and. Mr. arid .Mrs. Russell Nelson- arid' children .wrfe : Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Say. Dr. arid.Mrs..Bay and daughter returned "to their home Friday after:* week's .visit with thVfor- mer's- parents, Mr. arid -Mrs. Carl Bay, and at the home of his' sister, Mr§. Russell.Nelsnn, and family.. . , ; : ' . ' . · ·'- ' . - . · · · · ·-. West-Side Social club members entertained their husbands 'arid other guests -at' dinner Tuesday evening in the'library club room, -overs were placed for 49 at three ong tables decorated -in a Thanks-, giving motif.. , · · . ' . · : A turkey dinner.'.was enjoyed. Mrs. E. R,,Blehm 'welcomed the guests and Ray Emry responded. ^Mrs. Arvid Benson" announced .he program .including a tap and acrobatic dance by Ma'rjorie" Fclte and : Carol .Johnson,- accompanied by Mrs: Gladys Daugherty. Mrs. Larry ^ Batman accompanied, a dance ?number by Jewey Wilsoni Carol Hamilton, Jackie. Dill, Virginia Annis and Judy Wolfe s Later games were played, and .prizes were given-all winners.. Dinner committee Incliided'Mrs. Asa .Mason, Mrs. Blalne Dorscy and Mrs. Ralph Larson. Mrj. Robert Johnson arid Mrs. Ray .Emry had charge of table decorations and Mrs. Benson,' Mrs. Harold Brunkhardt and Mrs. D. B. Bos-' worth were in charge of entertainment. . ' ' . · ' · - - . . . . :_^7 ... Estes Sneefsial G R 'OKLAHOMA· ClTY/url --' Rap ; pirig ".this so-called prosperity'*, of the .Elsenhower. .administration, Sen. Eslei Kefajlwr (D-Tenii) told the national' convention'oi Young Democrats Thursday, that Democratic leadership'is, needed ,\a'. a number-of-gbv.crnmenta'l fields. Kefauvcr, who will make his de cision'on' seeking the Democratic presidential nomination ·' late this mbnth or 'early in. January, was the' keynote, speaker : at' the Sth convention of Young'-Democratic Clubs iri America.'·' : ·-'·.'· . He is the first of three (op Dem oerals mentioned for he nomination who will speak before the con version,' Adlai_, Stevenson, 1952 presidential .nominee and -New York, Gov. Ayercll Harriman, an- other.possible'candidate, also will speak. SlRvenson is due Friday and Harriman · Saturday. - . . "Kefauvcr stressed farm; prob loms, small business, foreign .affairs and highways as major issues on whicfi ho believes Democrats can improve over Republican policies and aclions, . - - Order Your RUSCO ComblnatFon - ' Storm Doors -'Windows. · TODAY Lew Oakin Co. : 2.21» 9th 8t, Ph.-1588". Fridy, c.- , 2, ; 955 : · ;: GREELEY' Democrats will discuss foreign palsri hich"bro'ught':briticum» «f policies .but will--"riot ~»lhlc;to: the Ui j Tnimiui idmiiUtra'tini'.'-/:-.- - · . ;. . v^ ALWAYS IN THf BAG Ttitre tallifoctton In knowing lhal you hav» a spar* polr of ·yeglonei on top-In coie you break or lot* ,.y«ur'regulan. · . ' .. ' ' . . - ' ' . . . ' ' ".- · . 'You may b» hundredi o( mi'lei/awoy"« It indy.b* : ··Sunday or o^olidayr^n'd you may hovt to fly blind 'for hourj or'«ven wvarat eloyi-rf you don't own that ·xlra.pair.- ' , ; ; ^ ' '. · . · · ' ,' : '''- '-, . _ ' . A n d you ihould hovi a polr of tinted giotMi wlih · . ' '.fine.leniei--graund to your preKiiption-for lun arid , : ipo/twtar. -' .... '· · ' : ':' ; ·-,:'-' ; '· i GREELEY OPTICAL 912 y t 8th. Ave. , · .- , --^·ji · ' : ' · ' ' · ' - . ' · ' - · ' ' ' . - · GROUND FLOOR .-': · \ . avf Modern Jeiign In feikas pi(mt»l(d Stlfoim OB Mihoi.ny. K« euro- · . ai ojvtfl!nd In nee · LOOK ; CHtSJS AS IOW AS I^-Si -A modern cfesifn iniiKed VI in Bl Htndtonie I8lh Cenlurr JDOWN · ·· * . . . . . . E q u i p p e d wllb »elf.' rlimj trty. ONE GARMENT SAVED fKOM MOTHS . CAN PAY fO* A LANEt Dependable Hpmefurnishings for 51 Years 1-

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