Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 14, 1961 · Page 9
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 9

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, November 14, 1961
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FAX Directed To Improve Aircraft Control System WASHINGTON (API - Presl-Ground Environment-be used for dent Kennedy has directed the literati control. It said the De- Federal Aviitiort Agency to begin tense Department seems u'ncer- n-ofkinp'tm the recommendations tain of SAGE'S future,-making H of a special group which studied qucslionable whether it could be the nation's aircraft control sys- depended on as a complete air- tern. ' crnft control and guidance sys- Kennedy released the report of tern. the Project Beacon task, force] Kennedy, in endoring the report, Sunday, He ordered FAA Admin- directed Halaby to come up with nlralor N . E. Halaby to put as.a syslem using only th ose ele- many of the recommendations as ments of SAGE which could be possible into effect, and to confer with Defense Department officials about some of the long-range proposals. The. .study group., hcacfed by Richard R. Hough, operations vies ore'sidcnt of lire Ohio Bell Telephone Co., recommended a five- year capital outlay ol $500 million to update the aircraft control program. Some of the recommendations are expected to stir controversy, use be made of existing military facilities to control civilian piano tidffic. The report recommended that only DM radar portion of a military weapons control system known as SAGE-Semi-Aulomali } !ayshop taard Has st Meeting A meeting of the GCA Thcatci ayslrop was held recently. Officers elected lor the year 61-82 were: Mrs. Leu Hill, ure.s- sni; Bruce Bailey president- eel; Mrs. Freidi Scboohmakcr ice president; Mrs. Pearl Smith, ecretary; Mrs. Belty Bolts, sec- etary and GCA staff member. most useful in air traffic control, Tlw task force also recommended that the present KM control system be extensively modified and improved. At another point, UK report rejected possible use of the much itialded three-dimensional radar slating In at it did not offer enough promise for accurate reporting p: plane altitude. Another recommendation was Lhat pilots lacking full instrumen including one that considerable flight rating be put in a new cale For Rent Typewriters and Adding Machines gory to be called controlled visua rules. They would Ily visually in clear weather but would be con trolled by Ihe FAA lo keep them separated from other planes. The committee also propose some new rules for Ihe more con gesled airports and the mos leavily traveled airways. , Among them are: . A speed limit of 230 miles a hour below 8,000 feel. 2. FAA control of all flight above 14,000 (eet and in certai cases down to 8,000 feet. 3. Special arrival «nd deparlur lunes over .busy airports, wit planes segregated according t speed. $6.00 month 3 months rent may apply on purchase Cabbie Counterpart* DES MOINES, Iowa AP)-Tw Des Moines cab drivers wer dispatched to a downtown offic building »lmost simultaneous! the other day. George Rule went lo pick up passenger named Rule; Erne. Davis was sent lo get a far named Davis. Ph. EL 3-0246 SO? 8th St. Opening Hour Special Werfnisdiy it SlOO A.M. Folger'i .Coffee Selling at Me per Ib. Colorado Furn. Co. 625 Sth AVI. Aerois from the Camfield Hotel. Earl E. Honshtw, D.O. Announces the location of - his new office at 820 13th For the general practice of medicine and surgery. Telephone 352-2205 Institute Asks More Aid to Education WASHINGTON (API -- A sludy .concern and a fit subjecl tor fed- jy the-Brokings Institution callcd'e'rat legislation in'ils own right." lunday. for increase:! federal aid to higher education. ·-, ; Most ot the' existing federal fro- grams loxjissist'higher education, the slurly said, should be expand' The. federal ·'government Dr. Rivlin said, probably will havo lo relieve. stales of some ol Ihcir growing fiscal burdens in Ihe next c'd'tmd placed .-on, a long-range decade bccaiisc of increases basis. .Increased funds were suggested . for research programs in Ihe na- nd Mrs. Melba.De Haven,, past ·,,,,{$ interest'and programs di- r " sirifl ' lt rcclly 'supporting instructional 'tuncliDiis.''. . '. · ' ' Tlio study was' prepared by Dr. Alice M. Rivlin,. a member of the economics stall of the institution, 3 privately financed research or- 'anizalkm devoted largely to study of public policy matters. She'suggested: ~A · -', ' --Expanding (he college housing lpan';fund"so long as laddijibnal dormitories ond other service facilities arc needed. ! --Making federal grants foi construction, of' instructional buildings and fc'seafch'facilities. ".,' --n-intinuing and expanding'ak lo "students on several fronts: Scholarships, student loans "rinci graduate -level. fellowships. . Dr. Rivlin said llw present com plex program of federal financing which Involves nearly all the 1,900 colleges and universities in tin United Stales, "was not planned it just grew." However, Dr. Rivlin said "there are definite signs Ilia Congress is beginning lo look on higher education as a nationa resident. Commillee chairmcr arc: Mem- ersliip, Mrs. Lorene Mendenhall: rogram, Mrs.. Margaret Quirk: ropeiiies, Earl Douglas; public- y and public relations, Mrs. ic Haven, assisted by Bailey and Irs. John Schonebcrg. A skit will be given for Faculty James Nov. 23. This skit, an Ethel nd 'Alter Somelhing for Christmas," will jc directed by Mrs. Sclxxmmaker. ssisled by Mrs. Smilh. The casl ncludes: Mrs. Eva Jolton, John Schonebcrg and Bailey. A general meeting toi all pcr- ons interested in the Playshop will be held 8 p.m. Wednesday, ec. 6, in the Youth Center Lounge, 1015 8th SI. A three-act comedy, "Two Blind lice," will be cast early in Jan- lary. Casting date will be announced later. The Playsliop board inlervicwed nd appointed Mrs. Jolton as di- cclor of the play, "Two Blind Mice," in view of her past theater experience. She will be assisted by Maurice Mamlin, who also has" had many ·ears experience in theater work; Mrs. Jolton, whose husband is Stan Jollon, manager of Fashion Bar,'was a'drama major and a graduate of the University of New lexico. She has^-orked in every ihase of community, theater in Taos, N. M. She heH the position of assistant director for the Whittier Light Opera in Whittier, Calif. Mamlin, manager of Karl's Shoe Store, has worked in every phase of community theater in Ashcville, N. C. 'and Victoria, Tex. Any persons interested -in community theater work, whether they are experienced or not, are 'invited to join the GCA Playshop and should contact Mrs. Hill, president, at EL 2-8481 or Mrs. Smith, secretary, at EL 2-4698. 'akes Lots of Point CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - II ikes 1,125 gallons of paint to cov : one of- the rockel ; leunchinj; iwers at Ihe Cape, ale,.and local expenditures foi emenlary and secondary cduca ton, health, highways and urbar Services Set Tues. : or Orchard'Mon David Karl Thompson, 27, of loutc 1, Orchard, died Sunday, Nov. 12, in an nulomobile accident. He was Ihe sun of Mr. and Mrs. Day Thompson of Orchard. His sislcr, Mrs, Shirley Hail, lives in Orchard, He went In grade school in Masters and graduated from Wig gins High School. Ho served three years in llic Army Security Agen cy ASA) in Germany, .was ilis- Tues., Nov. 1J.J061 GRERLEY TRIBUNE Page 9 liurgcd as a Specialist 4lh doss, tcrs,- and was a nephew of Mr 'liompson was employed as an and Mrs. John 1'lciman o( Colo- Icclronics technician (or the Mar- ratio Springs. Ho was a membet in Company in Littleton. · of thc-JOOF ill Orchard. · He was ll» grandson ol Mr. nnd Private services will be held Irs. 1). C. Caste* of LongnKnl Tiicstfay afternoon with interment nd Mrs. Elsie Thompson of Mas- at Linn Grove. Sleep Like Log Slip Stimach Gai 3 Tines Faster C i / l i r e r f l ^ x J l c i y l t i l i j i Q i t B E L L . A N S l J b - liti itulfjIiH 3 I!Kills »ith iloMickicljilT in IM rr.iru.ti 11 nry luiir.1 di;uliit N b l f U Gtl 8 E L L - A K S t*4n for t h e liiltst tr.yx* rdi-f. 35* at drHlilll. SMM( pMl»l to BELL- 4hS.Orjruk.jrs. N.Y. fw liMril free l**:t\t. FOR CHRISTMAS BE PRACTICAL BE WISE flivfl R sUulo liy Princess Garment lo a lady Trlcud for Christmas. This f l n o nil wool stole conies In a choice of nine colors. Place your orders in person, b* phone or write. Contact b Jt M Enterprises, 1G2G 71h Avenue. Greeley, Colo.. Phone EL 2-5129 after C:30 p.m. Our Christina* special $7.95 each, $fj.9o in orders ot six or $5.9S in orders of twelve or more. FOB Oreetey. I-ant orders for Christmas delivery, Dec. 2. List pries J12.93. Torma may be arranged. L M ENTERPRISES 1626 7th Avc., Greeley, Colorado P.O. Box 1028 CHOOSE QUALITY... CHOOSE £fftl£i/l4- \MEA TS' Hams, Bacon, Sausage, Wieners, Lurich Meats Cubans Promised' Big Christmas Meals and Drink . HAVANA (AP) -- Fidel Castro'sll regime promised Cubans Monday they will have plenty of Spanish candy, . turkeys, chickens . and I wines --. including Soviet champagne--for Christmas. I Jacinlo Terras, an official of the Trade Minislry, announced that special agreements have been I concluded with Soviet bloc countries to provide Cuba with deli-1 cacies for Chrislmas. Include Insurance WASHINGTON - A Labor De-|| partment survey indicaies Ihht most union contracts include life|| insurance for workers. MOW* BFtK MHUMU JtMthir War Wt Nil|i Many Americans couldn't buy things t h e y really need, were it not for budget terms. Budget plans ore also helpful to some families requiring funeral directors' services . , . and such a plan is available at the Adamson Mortuary. RDRMSQN M. *OSS AOAMSON IffD P. GlEEUr, COIO»AOO DAYS-NOV 15-16-17-18 Wednesday Thursday , Friday '. Saturday '' BIG SAVINGS FOR YOU! In co-opcralion with the Maytag Factory--a special carload shipment of fabulous Maylags . . . just in time for Ihe biggest savings of (his, or any, season. : «/GH SPEED-LOW HEAT/ MAYTAG BIG CAPACITY WASHER · Fully Automatic · Safely Lid Switch · Lint Filter Tub · Mayta? 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