Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 12, 1970 · Page 16
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 16

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, May 12, 1970
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l'age ; 16 GREBLEY TRIBUNE Tu«s., May 12, 1970 Crews Battling To Open Scenfc Trail Ridge Road ractors and rotar snow plows ire encountering 15- to 20-foot Irifts. Iii sonie places the snow s packed so hard, that dozers must move ahead breaking the :now before rotary plows can a far cry from 1925 BATTLE ON TRAIL RIDGE - Dozer tractors and rotary snow plows are encountering 15-to-20-foot drifts as they begin the annual spring task of opening Colorado's scenic Trail Ridge road for summer visitors. Target date for the opening is Memorial Day. (National Park Service photo) Soutiques Are Where It's At By MARYLOU LUTHER The Los Angeles Times NEW-iyOBK -It wasn't exactlyUSie second team, but it. was tH| first team's second effort that,; made American fashion come : to life here during the fall-winter openings. So 15 rahs and 3 yay-bows for the boutiques. With the new collections, Geoffrey Beene, Oscar de la Renta, Donald Brooks, Chester Weinberg and Judith Wister for Teal Traina prove that the designer label can mean something at lesser prices if the value is really there. laced-fronl suede knickers. A printed cire battle jacke with matching pants. Gray-ribbed-knit k n i c k e r under a long gray flannel jacke belted at the natural waistline. Midi dresses with hiplini yokes cut in fte shape of ; As Weinberg expressed it in!poncho, i n t r o d u c i n g his brand-new I Aryyle jersey midi shirt coat The Department of Interior's National Park Service road rews at Rocky Mountain National Park are waging their early battle against snow to pen scenic Trail Ridge Road y Memorial Day. Road crews with dozer is open to Rainbow Curve, and it was hoped by last Weekend motorists would be able to drive to the Forest Canyon overlook. On the west side of the park, Trail Ridge will be open to Poudre Lake lor weekends only from May 16 to May 30. The old Fall River road, a one-way motor nature trail, will not open to 1, weather traffic until permitting.' July Las! unction. This -is . vhen men'and shovels opened an eight-foot wide one-way, trail jn the historic Fall River Road. Ceremony Planned On Memorial Day, May 30, he "Hands Across the Nation" ceremony, to be held at the Alpine Visitor Center at Fall liver Pass, will officially signal he opening of the summer isitor season for Rocky Moun- ain National Park and Shadow Mountain National Recreation Area. Weather permitting, Superin- .endent Theodore R. Thompson f the Rocky Mountain National Park, in conjunction with the Estes Park and Grand Lake !hambers of Commerce, will declare Trail Ridge Road, the lighest continuous road in the United States, open for travel. For those who would enjoy viewing the snowdrifts confronting the crews on the e«st side of the park, Superintendent Thompson stales that the road year this threshold the back country was viewed and enjoyed by thousands' of motorists, regardless of the gravel, dust, and switchbacks. Facilities To Open Gradually As conditions, permit, facilities Aspenglen is open year around with primitive facilities. The modern comfort stations . there should be available for use by May 23. Moraine Park campground will offer limited use on the weekend of May 16, with additional loops opened May 21. Glacier Basin and Endovalley campgrounds will offer summer facilities on Memorial Day, while Longs Peak and Wild Basin campgrounds will have limited use on that date, and be fully open by June 6. On the west side of the park and in Shadow Mountain National Recreation Area, the g r a d u a l l y ' - increased, with last week in June. Campgrounds will be opened as freezing conditions subside. cipate* the opening of the Moraine Park visitor center and museum for weekends only rom May 16 to Memorial Day, the two areas will be following schedules will be in effect for the campgrounds: everything in full swing by the Shadow Mountain and Green- · · - ridge will open May 16; Still- w a t e r , Timbercreek and Arapaho Bay area will open for West Growing Fastest LOS ANGELES -- The Western United States continues to grow faster than any other region, with California's growth dominating. The Wesl had 11 per cent of the U.S. populatioi in 1940, 17 per cent in 1969 and BeIfeve R or Not! THE HIGH SCHOOL IN LAUGAWATN ICELAND, DURING THE SUMMER RECESS JS OPERATED AS A FIRST-RATE HOTEL These less expensive collec-iboulique Baby, Chester "NOW : 'j«'ith self-sashed belts over black tions by the big names arej "These clothes are not! kn it underwear jumpsuits. | is pra jecled to have 19 per cent where It's al, Baby. Where it's!"'Little Chesters.' They stand Full-skirted, long-sleeved by 1985. at in price -- S80" to $150 and;on their own as a further printed satin midi dresses with therebo.uts. And where it's at'dimension of my feeling about!lucked bodices. in fashion attitude -- young but;clothes loday. They, are for the; Blue panne knicker jumpsuits not callow, spirited but not'young, slim, fashion experi-; w jth surplice-closing ruffled spooky.. jmentalist who is as unloaded, b 0 d i c e s . (picture Gains- And this is especially good with money as she is loaded borough's "Blue Boy" and you Like Chester "NOW," Beene Bazaar is also right on the button. One look at this great, great collection and you know that Beene has given it his alii · . ,, , instead of turning it over lo less La.rd said Mon. the Pentagon knowledgeable h a n d s . And-"."" /"" laun ' h ,*TM*_VWTM news considering the-fact that these same boutique divisions got off .to a slow, slow- start with fashion activism." Chester "NOW" is, in a word, superb. It's 'also inventive, \viicn they first opened 'in 1969.|beautifully executed and put (Many of (he boutique clothes!together by a man who ob\\ere' obviously afterthoughts'viously understands today, made in second-rate fabrics and, Mere are some of the high- o-tild not compete with other|lights: clothes in ramie, i Pentagon To Launch Vet Job Hunt DETROIT, Mich. (AP) - Sec- of Defense Melvin R. KBTV, Channel - . , . , i nuu* ii;ut;v;auiv; u u the s;ime pncej A long-sleeved suede P° nc hoi Geo ff rcv Greene's all is :midi coat with laced front over. aroum / (he bes( Ulcre is _ i especially when it's applied to 'ihc precouture level of fashion where he can afford to experiment and where he knows both the buver and the customer will TV Programs 9; KLZ, Channel 7; KRMA, Channel 6 KOA, Channel 4; j ust i "to locate a job for every vel- 'eran." Laird told Ihe Economic Club of Detroit that the Defense Department needs help from all sectors of the country in finding what he called worthwhile jobs Tuesday, May 12 | 4:00-KLZ: Andy G r i f f i t h Sh'uj K O A : Big'Valley KWGN: Blinky 4:30--KRMA: Gene's Junction KLZ: Corner Pyle K W G N : Batman 4:45--KRMA: Friendly Giant 5:no--KLZ: News KOA: Can You Top This KBTV: News KV.'GN: Flinlstones K R M A : Mislerogers 5\?0 KOA: Nc\v? KBTV: Pepper's News KLZ: Ch. 7 News KWGN: .Mcllale's Navy KRMA: Sesame Street G:00-KBTV: Dick Van Dyke KOA: Huntley-Brinkley KWGN: Gilligan's Island 6:30--KLZ: Red Skelton KRTV: Mod Squad KOA: Jeannie KWGN: Beal the Clock i 7:00--KRMA: Drug Revelation KBTV: Robert Goulet | KOA, Debbie Reynolds j K W G N : L'.N.C.L.E. ! 7-30--KOA: J u l i a j KLZ: Gov. · J. J. K R M A : Making Grow KBTV: Movie B:nfl-KOA: Movie KWGN: Perry Mason KLZ: CBS News Hour K R M A : Mishugana K R M A : In=ight KLZ: CBS News Spl. i 9:00--KLZ: Lancer K R M A : Firing Line ! KBTV: Marcus Welby : KWG.V: New?. Wtr, Spts. 10:CO-KBTV: News KLZ: News, Wtr, Splsi K W G N : Peyton Place K O A : News K H M A : Inform 10:30--KLZ: Merv Griffin K W G N : Movie K O A : Tonight Show 11:00--KBTV: Dick Cavett 32:00--KLZ: Movie KOA: News KWGN: News 12-l.j--KWGN: Make Room Dad. jo ;jn_Kj',TV: Night Watch 12:45-KWGN: News Wednesday, May 13 11:00--KOA: Jeopardy KKTV: All My Children KLZ: News KWGN': Steve Allen K H M A : Americans All KOA: Another World KWGN: Jim Conway KRMA: French, Gr. 5 M5-KRMA: Social Studies 1:30--KOA: Bright Promises understand. Donald Brooks' Boutiquea" d offers the best print story in| lhe the market - except, maybe, ; two yeais. for Donald Brooks'Couture. " for many of the two million men who will be leaving services in the next Oscar de la Renta Boutique In the weeks and months ahead, we will be calling on i uu m ixuuid xjuuuuuc · . j T u is an affordable extravagance American business and labor KBTV: One Life to Livt, 0 f East Indian inspiration, with leaders, stale and local governKLZ: Edge of Night 1M5-KRMA: Science 2:00--KLZ: Dialing for Dollars!quick KBTV: Dark Shadows ' KOA: Names Droppers KWGN: Fashions in Sew. KRMA: Science, 3 4 I just a hinl of lasl season's : Moroccan scroll embroideries, a look-back at Queen peasantries. The equally laced-front slrong story is at Judith 2:30-- KOA: Days of Our Lives wister's Traina Boutique, as KBTV: Newlywed Game| a re gaucho pants, capes that are laced together at Ihe sides, angora jersey sweater dresses, k n i c k e r s , full-skirted coat- KWGN: What's my Line KRMA: Furniture 3:00-KBTV: Dating Game KOA: Concentration KWGN: Movie Game 3:30--KOA: He Said, She Said KBTV: Mike Douglas KWGN: Underdog 4:00-KLZ: Andy Griffith Show KOA: Big Valley KWGN: Blinky 4:30-KLZ: Corner Pyle KWGN: Batman 4:45-KRMA: Friendly Giant 5:00-KLZ: News :| KOA: Can You Top This;! KBTV: News j 1 KRMA: Misterogors KWGN: Flintsones ; ~:30-KBTV: Pepper's News j KOA: News ! KLZ: CH 7 News ' KRMA: Sesame Street KWGN: Mcllale's Navy 6:00--KOA: Huntley-Brinkley KOA: Huntley-Brinkley KBTV: Dick Van Dyke CUTTLEFISH (Stenoteutiiis bartrami) FLIES OUT OF THE WATER BY JET fROPVLSION- IT DISCHARGES A JET OF WATER WITH SUCH FORCE THAT IT FLIES A DISTANCE OF 35 FEET, IS FEET IN THE AIK, AT A SPEED Of- ABOUT ZO NAUTICAL MILES AM HOOK FAGAH EULEK OP ASSYRIA, WORE LARSE EARRINGS IN THE SHAPE OF A CROSS . 722 \\ yours KfORE 7H£ BIRTH Of CHRIST he season by Memorial Day. when It will be available for daily use. A visitor count this year far in excess of the 2,217,^17 ie season oy menronai uay. m ·.»..,,.... -- · Superintendent Thompson an- travelers recorded tot ycai s *~ . · r -· ··--expected by the park staff, wun ..* . ,. -I....,, tll/\ tlfll'lf all of the moislurc, the park should offer a magnificent floral display this season. DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS 2. Aiiatic 32. High. »a way ·S. Bog peril *. Dog, for 23. Greek one loiter 5. Coffins 6. Uselessly 7. Head (si.) S. Not so fast fl. Beast of burden 11. Long- 25. Boy's nick, name 26. Hesitation 27. Harmon izes necked birds 29. Uris 15. Kneecap novel 30. Teams 32. Voided escutcheons 33. Glad (poet) 3G. Opera ·highlight 37. Bar glass 39. Expert 40. Printer's measure! 1. Summer place 8. Storage receptacli 9. French physicist 10. Heathen- images 12. Aside 13. 14. Tunnel builder 15. Lever 16. Down Under 18. Ferry- state (abbr.) boat 17. Overhead 19. Deep train "voice 18. Roulette bet 21. Anger 19. Nevis 20. Lasso- 23. Otologist's field 24. Emphasizes 2«. Knight'B aid 28. Rental contracts 31. Mature 32. Ancient 33. Roman numeral 34. Biblical city 35. Brother (title) 36. Footless animal 38. Calyx leaf 40. Wear away 41. Weird 42. Less 43." and Lorere" 44. Speaks DOWN IKoof ·tructnre DAILY CBTPTOQtKJTE--Herrt how to woik it: A X T D L B A A X B !· l O N G F Z I . L O W One letter simply stands for another. In this sample A Ji used for the three L's, X for tins two O's, etc. Single letters, apostrophes, the length and formation of the words are all hints. Each day the code letters are different. D S M Z L P C A Cryptogram quotation Z I V G P I A K I G R D R U C N M S R W F P M L V C R C L G D S M D Z M W D P D S I J E S D . -- T I S W U S L K E L W Z I V G F I A Yesterday's Cryptoijoot*: IT SEEMS THAT GOD TOOK AWAY THE MINDS OP POETS THAT THEY MIGHT BETTER EXPRESS HIS.--SOCRATES (e 1CTO, Xlac TMtora Srrtlcite, Inc.) HENRY By John Liney THIS IS BLIMP! CQWEON OVER AND MEET MY , UNCLE, THE ACROBAT!. ARCHIE By Bob Montana menls, and citizens in all walks of life to help us solve Ihis problem," the defense chief said in a prepared speech. Laird gave no details, saying Ihese would be announced soon. In Washington, his aides indicated a major thrust aimed at encouraging men to return to school Laird's speech, devoted mostly to economic and related ques- jdresses and a series of shorfitions, touched only briefly on j k n i t dresses in Aztec print with the Vietnam war. stockings to match. In all of these boulique collections, the clothes are so good you don't even notice the hemlines. But if you're counting Brooks and Weinberg are the longest (mainly midi), Traina Boutique the shortest. In underscoring administration arguments for its new initiatives into Cambodia, Laird said: "This action will shorten the war; it will bring American troops home faster: it will reduce our casualties." WHAT'S Y i THAT? I TOLD YOU/ I PLAY MUSIC ON A ZITHER/ YOU CAN?? 6EE WHIZ.' I CAN'T BELIEVE IT.' I THOUGHT YOU SAID A ZIPPER / OF COURSE I CAN PLAY "VANKEE-DOODLEV THAT'S EASY/ REX MORGAN, M.D. By Dal Curtis Programs KUNC-FM 91.3; KFKA 1310; KGRE-FM 92.3; KUAD 1170; KYOU 1450 Tuesday, May 12 | 4:00-KFKA: News, Music i 4:30-KFKA: Editorial, Music j 4:45-KFKA: Want Ads I 5:00--KFKA, News, Wtr., Spts. KYOU: News 75 KWGN: Gilligan's Island' 6:00-KUNC: News. Periscope 0:30--KLZ: Beverly Hillbillies , KFKA: Circle J R Ranch 6-15--KYOU: South of Border 7:fln-KUNC: News, St. Coun. 8:00--KFKA: News. Music KYOU: Chuck Wolfe KGRE: News 8:30-KGRE: Music IO:00-KFKA: News News, Sound 70 Var. Corousel KRMA: What's New KWGN: Beat the Clock KOA: The Virginian KBTV: Nanny Prof. 7:00--KLZ: Jim Nabors i KRMA: Bridge i KBTV: Eddie's father I KWGN: The Avengers | 7:30-KBTV: Room 222 i KRMA: Caho Blanco ' 8:00-KOA: Jr. Miss Pageant KLZ: Movie KBTV: Johnny Cash KWGN: Perry Mason K R M A : Conserv. V'point jj'oo-KUNC: Sign off ! 8:30- KRMA: Insighl · : 9:00 KOA--Then Bronsnn i Wednesday, May 13 : KBTV: N'shville, N'shvile! KRMA: Inlernnafl Mag.;ll:00-KUAD: Waters Show KWGN: News, Wtr, Spts.. 1 KFKA: News, Music 10-.00-KOA: News i KYOU: News KBTV: Carl Akers News! KGRE: Stereo Music KFKA: Saletime, Mkts. i 1:00-KFKA: What's Hap'ning! KYOU: Chuck Wolfe ! 1:15--KFKA: Music 2:00-KFKA: News, Music KUAD: Scott Signoff 2:30-KFKA: Profile, Music 2:45-KUNC: Profiles, Sound 3:00--KFKA: News, Music KYOU: Jim Cox i 3:30-KFKA: Spts, Music 4:00-KFKA: " 4:30--KFKA: I/WOULD youe ABLE TO ' STAY HERE AK1P ANSWER THE PHONE f rt 8FTTEE b- PEIVE TO KEXS APART- ' ! M6NT/ I'LL CHECK THEEE FIRST/ L KUNC: 10:15-KKKA: : KYOU: Sporls, News ! 11:00--KYOU: Sign Off ; 11:15--KUNC: The Drum News, Music Editorial, Music KUNC: Review, Sound 4.-45-KFKA: Want Ads 5:00-- KFKA: News, Wtr, Spls. KYOU: News 75 5:45--KFKA: This is Grecley 6:00--KUNC: News, Periscope KFKA: Circle JR Ranch JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Robbins 11:30-KFKA: News, Wlr, Spts: 6:15-KYOU: South of Border '11 :·!:"--KUNC: Nighlcap 11-30--KLZ As World Turns i KRMA: Soul! KBTV: Lot's Make Deal KLZ: News, Wlr, KOA: Linklclter ; KGWN: Peyton Place K R M A : Music, Gr. 2 J10:30--KLZ: Merv Griffin I KUNC: FM in the AM Spts!ll:15-KFKA: Music 12:00-- KOA: News KBTV: High Noon 1:00- KWGN: Movie KOA: Tonight Show KWGN: News, farm rpt.!l 1:00--KBTV: Dick Cavett KL/- Love is Spl. Tiling! K H M A : Inform KWGN: capfn Dnolcy :il:30-KWGX: News -KOA: The Doctors -II2:00-KLZ: Movie KBTV: Galloping Gn'met; KOA: News -Kt'l- Sem'tltorm ' il2:30~KBTV: Night Watch KBTV: General Hospitalil2:45--KWGN: News KYOU ill:.TM.- KYOU |11:45-KYOU |l2:00-KFKA Spls Weathei News Macy Allnult Monfort Rpt. KUNC: Intercom 7:30-KUNC: Drum 8:00-KFKA: News, Music KYOU: Jim Cox KGRE: News KUNC: News, Ascension 3:30--KGRE: Music KUNC: News, Concert 10:00--KFKA: News ID:15--KFKA: Varsity Carousel 11:00-KYOU: Sign Off : !2:15-KFKA J KUNC KGRE: Sign Off 11:30-KFKA: News, Wlr, Spts 11:45-- KUNC: Nightcap iviuinuil il(Jl. .,,.,. KnN p. o: orl n ff KUNC: News, Moderator! 12 - 00 - 1 ^ 0 ' blgn °" KYOU: News, Weather DENVER RADIO Weather, Spts Sound 70 I KOA- 850-- Music, news on hr. KYOU: Music !KLZ: 560-Music, news 12:I5-KW(JN: Make Room Dad.12:3ft-KFKA: Farm, Ranch JKHOW: 630-Music, news KYOU: Market MusiclKBTR: 710-Ncws 24 hours iI2:45-KYOU: Paul Harvey IKIMN: 95fr-Mus., news 24 hours WOULITN r WANT TO LEAVE VOUE POT1NS- WIFE BEHIND IN COPENHAGEN ? Li'l ABNER TITLE--Li'l Ahntr lid. U.S. Pat. Off. THEVA1.V0WS TRVTO GET IN OWE LAST ftOTT.'/ DADDV'LL BUV VOL) ONE OF THOSE INSTANT MEXICAN DIVORCES, AND-- COME DACK.VV/E HAVEM'T APPLIED THE HOAM- REMOVER YET/T

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