Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 13, 1955 · Page 3
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Tutsday,'l)ec;':13, 1955'.,'.. .GREELEY TRIBUNE * ;P«ge,3 Weeks Czar of .^ ; Sen. -lion- · rone'y..;.(D!p]ila),'Monday accused. Secretary." of - Cprrimercfj; Weeks; bl reaching- £or_ "czar-like, payers' 1 over,- civil aviation 'and 'announced the ^.Se'hate Commerce Commillcc - RECEIPTS . · $10 Total Entit'lei You to .'.·$1.00 in Trode FREE!-1 " · · · : . ' ' · · : . ' . ' ' . ' ' · ·' ·7 H O U R ' " M A R T I N I z i N G 'i : The'..MoEt 1n Dry' uleaiilng" · · ' ""· ' 1527 8lh -Vtvi! ; \;' · i One thing,the,cpmmiltee intends to (inj.oul, ..Motironey'Ka'kl, li ^hy will .jnvestlgatc"tric | ;situatlon next month.','... . ..' i . ' ...'.-' ·,. ".'...' Frederick.B'.;'Lcc was replaced'as head of the-Civil Acronatitics'Ad- ministrnlion''(CAA),-.a unit of the Commerce IJepl. · . : · ' Lt« Rtiigncd Saturday .--.-,'^ ;' Lee 'resigned . frojuJ'Tils J15.IXK); a-ycar 'job Saturday.'.The -swea'r- ing in of Charles-J.^'Lowen-Jr.^ nojV deputy CAA..admin.islrRtpi : ,-as his successor '.was set for '.Mon- day.Vi;!! !.i . ' ·': ! i i V;-/.-',- ! ' 1 ;Monro'riey said .a-broad inquiry will .be'airhed at Commerc'e'Dept: aviation policies under weeks a.nd Lewis S.'.Ilothschild,:'hls:unde'r!ec- rcEa.ry. ' . . - . . : ' ? i n " the r Presidenlls'.-illness, Weeks and Rothschild ' arc trying to assume czar-l|ke. pd.w:ersto control civil aviation,": Monroney de'clared, "Lee" was' fired''because he didn't^ knuckle 'under'and let the Commerce' Dept. dictate . t o him. what .should :.be done, ..about civil aviation. . - ''' .: : -." -·.VThls- is:-'all part of-, a.-, pattern whtclt included the-blocking-of : (he "WESTERN" GIFf . . . . . for Dad, Mother 1 . · . . Sis';... . . or, Brother .AHSizes · All Prices , OUTLET SHOE StORE -8th Avei : /_'' i:"/' - fOpen Siturday and Monday Nights 'Til 8:30 "V.L- : - . ' ' . · · ' · . ' , - · ! ' ' ' ' ' ' ' · lav.b'a'nother' position '.to'Jill in his grab"for '· coii'lral'.bver a'vialidn." . Flr»d/6r;TtHimofiy, Mohr'one'y 'said hc'-Js convinced Lee'-'was'fired because "he testified '-befQrc~ the' Commerce Coin^ mittce'earlier this year ; in. support 'of;'a; bilTaiitharizin): a ,64 million/dollar federal outlay, for cach''df .the : ncxl f o u r - y e a r s to aid;'in':.airport 'cijnstruclion.' The pklahoman said -Wecki and. Rothschild fought.-this'· bill/n bitterly." ind Pdofs·' Assn. (AOPAX'v ek- pressed '.'serious': concern'.'.' at're : lorfs Lee.wa; belng'pr'essured^b'u't in'd'J. iB.'- Ha'rlrjnH,.tho^aisocia-, ion'!' president, · 'dec! arid', the'. C A'A lad' become *'a political 'football." of Presidertf; Strong 'opposition 'to'.Lpwen's. cori- firrriatip'n . as CAA ;arjminislral6r wlieri'th'c .'appointment',comes be.; fore'tho. Senate."[ · " · · : · · · 'Rumoricf Stiuwitbur' ''"··· Tne^'chafiecover was preceded by widespread reports' in aviation circles-'.that 'the '49-ycar : old .Lee, who .had-been with ths. Civil Aeronautics (AdrninistraUon' (CAA) for 10-. sjiprs,'-.'was' being Squeezed out o f : off ice-jb'jv.Commerce' Dept, '.off icials.',-Lee' had. f bcen a'dniinistri" tbr..s)nc 1 e: March, 1953. ' . - -. · A spokes'nian for (He Commerce Dept.,.parent agency^of the CAA winch deals''-with civib-'aylaUori matters,' "said" there^woukl -be 'no Immediate' ·comm i cixt';bn',th'e case. "Last week^.the -Aircraft.Owners Buxtoh ·, Billfolds For EyeryonV' ' At Clougfis-^the Years Top GIFT TABLE VALUES are faro ails makes; are" ( Included^lm our,-v '·" jrlff ielectlon ; of'coffee, Ismp/.itep'.'bcca- ' e i n n a l and tier tables in both modern and / -· ·_ traditional ,'deatens. . C o m e "In -TADW . for .1 these 6xcepti6nar.buy»..-' " ." ·- .. · · . ; 'JTES !.PARK' ; «r ·''--. .Interested persons wiirbi 'allowW to 'inspect Ihd; new. Hidden 'Valley ..Ski"; Lodge n .jRicky.'/ilountain : .Nitioriif p«rk ' -' ' ' ·NEW YORK .(A^sHefbeK er'. suggested-" Sunday --night; that Jbhgvess help lighten t.he.lpad, of .he . presidency/'by' enabling'-the President lo rippomt "an 1 administrative vice-prcsirl^nt'Vtq whom, he could delegate many detailed du lies', l - - ' , - ; ; ' ' ;- '-.-'I'.',-1' ;i';''.'.' ; . .The former -president offered the proposal'iiV answer" to questions ori a;- TV,-radip ·prpBrarn ;. (ISBC-Mcet Ihc Pressrhi the'light o( Pfesidcnl Elsenhower's.heart, attack: and'the focusing of atfcriMpn'.'of the burdens of his office. ·' Hoover" said he did'not* believe Hie job of president''is beynnd'the physical capabilities- of- one : mah hut said the Cliief'.KxecuUve-should be. Believed ._of-';'a .rnonumehtai amount of" secondary, .duties." ;' Under present'law, he" said, many o/ ihc diities can not nbw.be.turned over to the. elective.'v^c'b president nor IQ White-House aidcs/sucK as Sherman" Adams/ ELJcnhqwerV N'o. 1.assistant. Hoover said a-'constitutional amendment would hot be-fe- quired but Congress could legislate to give the president power, to appoint; an -administrative vice president to whom- t he "could assign such duties as he may wish." . : , Out. of- 64 government agencies he 'said,- 35 to 40 could he placed under the administrative .vice prcs- ideiit. .However, Hoover added the President^-"will 'always, have the responsibility of the direct conduct of the great departments.' 1 " , : 1 - , ,, He .was Basked, whether .th'e po'w- 'er.,bf the" yice'.'p'resideht'niight be increased to eas^e Ihi President's burden. Hoover/repl.ied'that vice presidents over ,thc years- have been'brought more and 'more into 'administration by helping in policy aking questions, social relations d specchmjiking. -·. . "ihat," Hoover said, "T think .probably -the :only-- field . t h a t uld be occupied by the vice.pres: ent as it presently is set up. If e vice president were placed be- een the presidency-and-the cabi- t 'officers- and .the heads v of im- rtanl agencies 1 .think we would ave! uiler confusion.'!-'. - . . Saturday;', and-.' Sunday; '.Jimts',-V. Lloyd, ;' ' p a r k , ' super inUndtnt, , his ifihomi'ced." ,,'\ .'",' '. ;' ·? ·'· ; . '·; · ": ! ' Th eysl.rfac lure ; will Havt'a. ioiin'ger c afel e'ri a ,' ' '. shack ," b'a r',' · ;* » rniiii g room «nd' : ski renial .ancTs'afeY'fa- cilitie'v'Ah. ice-skating-' rink'- cnoV.i snow pUV. ;area · also ', will. "be. "located .ne'arb'y;."' v \-! ;V'^\ .-I . ;:.' · · , Lloyd -'takr the facilities'; are. ex- 'pe.ctcd.to'^bfl opcntd' next- rmmlh. ·, HAMPTON. 'Va^W-- Jack .Lawso ; n, ;· fallback for · the'-.'Himplcn High .'School toofb.all--.leam';.- had hirtiseH. qOjtti'.'a ·' night -when-' trie Crabbers beat 'Oscar' Smith i High of' Soulh -iVo'jrfolk"- W-6.' ; .;V.- 1. -. EawsQn^scpred'Jhree touchdowns, kjcked ·'fourV.'exlia .'; 'point!/ .gained '85,y'ards in.13 carries, averaged 44 yards .on 'six ^kickoHs,. recovered one fumble .and .-blocked' a- kick: MaR of the Month CLOUCH FURNITURE CO. - : Depndoble*Homcfurniihingi for Sl.Yeort ' · ·_ EVERYBODY LOVES A GIFT FOR THC HOME ort..Collins, Man,.Heaii- 6resli|'Utilization^' '·?! esearch ifbr Region - '.pGDRN T ,';.Utai:.'(« _ E.dw'ard ' otok-of Fort Collirls,-''C616/,- wil ecome chief of forest utilization esearch ·'for';' 1 the' 'Intermbuntain orest and-Ra'nge^Kxperiment-Sta on here next'.month. Hc'-.was named . Sunday to sue eed I.; V:- Anderson by Retd- W ailey,. station;director.' 'Anderson etlred recently. : -' Kolok now'is-assistant chief irest utilization-research, at the ervic'e's : Hocky Mountain -Station Fort Collins. '" . . - · " . · . .The Intermbunlain : Statioh coy ·s forest areas 01 Western .Wyp ing, Easlern"Washihgt'on, : Idaho fonfana, .Utah-.and . Nevada. Bernard Dura net ',-' This friendly, cheerful nian s 'Santa's' best .assistant, this month. As manager.of "Aetrm Finance,Co.;'he likes to make folks happy-with exifa : r«s f o r Holiday, needs.': · , . ' ' ','1. like people-^and',want-1 invite, everybody -to; see:;ni for *50 to;$1500'' ( H-oH.d.a;; cash,''he said^'Good credit all;you need. -And;I'll- beYgla. to.'wait' afteriiWbrk: for -'thbs who' are ,too''bus)r. t'o: c'ojne ! i duririg the day.". . ' The '-Aetna-,'office..-]s,Vope daily..andSaturd.ayrjifid;irtim r e d.i a't e cash'-is ^available*o signature ;or -.other, ,jbpula plan. -Those iriterested-are" in vited to cail.the .Aetna^manii ger, at Aetna Firiance'Go.j 7C Ninth Ave ; ,.Ph. 45Q7r\Ad' .in Slost Styles . . 2.98 lo 5.95 E SLIPPERS hours "and ohTSO-soft.-a lbl«. Tha fcUffsfylei ih poly. *usgejt\tr«. good -"footin'g you'll find ir Horn* Slippers, rh.e! Nnes^ the. lightness, »ht fux-' iiry .feel. TKft/re ! 'eaiy- to 'slip into.and'com* in all, the popular colors ancf, styles'. ,TjV them, 1 you'll - .'lik«" LADIES STYLES CHILDREN'S . . $t.W to $1.00 to 2.9S Greeley - £)ry Goods /r - · ' f ' ^our«: ,Mon.£ftt. fl .. . ."f .· Dec) I ·· '- i'-.' i · IflT ' : " f 'V - . , ' *v--. ' ' : j?,'"; 1 . f . - v ' -. · f/ L ,i''Georg(an'a, Houn^' «f -thrty-- /., ;. :' «r, RlterFIt aiiit' pthir'i Hi- . · ' . \.:' tLonally. Famout'lrandll . .; . ; an'ditailored'atylea.-- ·'.', .:··':·".?,'(;.;',"'. ' ' ' ~ .Tho' most dramatically-new collection' of ^aL-h o ni e fnsliEo)is evor! : LOOEB ';' . . fitted styles . . . with Ironl belts, 1 full back aiul lace.trim- nied. Ot-8cu|ntu'red no- Iron Nylon's. 'Paltali colors. 10 lo IS. ' Brlahl-'n-ljiiy , Nylons, organdies -and cottons .-..-. by la and others' In dressy »nd. t a i l o r e d . ' s t y l e s. Wonderfully, (ait coldra* Sties fronrS to 6z and T t o - I ; ! ' ' ' LADIES' HELEN HARPER 100% ORLON ' · ' · , : " · · ; prop Your K n i t t i n g - N e e d l e s ' . '. ..conievpn 'down a n d get"-X':, . her ooe,pt these t r u l y luxurioiia 400% Orion : 5hort-aleeve ' ' ' " ' slipover or long sleeve -cardigan.. Tvonders;"' ···'.' ."·both · ""' BtyleB have .double v l6op"necklIne. i Sfie5- 34 to'-^O i v : ··"- » Shorl;:SleeveO .. Slipover.'.' . Long : Sleeve 1 ; CardiBan- Jeweled Sweaters So'excTtTng t o . b e ' e c n . ·Mb · J°y to- wear! ;-"Helen Harper. .Original* with rhihe- *tone and ilimilated p q a r I lewel Irini, Sizes- from ght Llue, : plnk/ Helen .Harper's eweled.' c a r d i g a n ,' : . . · l u x u r i n u V Original! Wilh rh!nfi»!one' or 1A-MB . . · IU.V9 jlnmlitsd pearl (rim front Downsfiini' : - 'Slorii NYLO KING A dream of.a blanket to ' cfream u n d e r l A n d . y o u 1 have a choice ot many decora I or-lrt-' spired tonee. 80-by 00 Inch * l z e , , . In* a'luxurloits blend ot Nylon,- Hayon ar^d Cotton. -Ex'lra' wide "satin binding · . , mothproof. · ' .: .' RAYON. ' Tablecloths :-.'v'.098 . ' · Lovely to Fo«k j'l , , Chrlatm'aftime ' a n d ' a l l throuxh the year!. 50 by 50 Inch jpun riyon cloth with 3-Incb , Cluny 'Uc« trim. Pastel shades, white. Fart colon. . .'.' - Choose from MT«FA! ·«(«: 5 colored dish towels . . 4, colored dish toweli wltk salt/pepper, shakers . . , or ^ dish to T el i ind S tfl ill cloth R. All nicely' boon for the litfy 'of the houte! "The set In. eludes a cute little ruffled waistband" apron" with .in 8-plece place mot tet , . . or a 36 Inch bridge cloth trlth napkin*,. -! :

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