Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 7, 1969 · Page 15
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Crawford Attends Conclave Of AAUP in Washington Dr. Richard J. Crawford, assistant professor of speech at Colorado State College, attend' ed a leadership conference of the Association of Slate and Regional Conferences of the American Association of University Professors in Washington, D.C. last weekend. Crawford was recently elected president of the Colorado Conference. He was appointed to complete an unfulfilled term as president in 1068 and was then elected.to a regular two- year term in September. Conference presidents from GRAND CHAMPION LAMB -- An Omaha super market again purchased the grand champion lamb, a 119-pound Suffolk ewe shown by Harry Lee Murphy of Windsor at the AK-Sar-Ben 4-H Livestock Show in Omaha, Neb. The purchase price was $10 per pound, the same price the firm paid young Murphy last year when he had the grand champion, a Dorset. Pictured with Murphy, right, are from the left, Robert Wheeler of Wilson and Co., consignees; Secretary of Agriculluro Clifford M. Hardin and Hay Armstrong of Baker's Super Market. (Photo .special to the Tribune) Frederick Clark Mis Carol Ebel and Frederick A. Clark Jr. have been appointed lo Ihe faculty in health education according to departmental chairman Dr. Bryan Cooke. Miss Ebel received her bachelor's from Valparaiso University in Indiana and the M.S. from Indiana University. She is working toward a doctorate at CSC. She was a health and science leachcr al Ihe high school level in Illinois for Ihree years, a teaching assistant at Indiana University for one year, an assistant professor at Ferris Stale College in Michigan for six years, and an assistant professor at Northern Illinois for six years. Miss Ebel and Clark are both natives of Illinois. Clark received boll) his B.A. and M.S. from the University of Illinois. He was a computer operator at Ihe university for three years while an undergraduate and was a graduale assistant last year while completing his master's. Clark and his wife Claudia Miss Carol Ebel reside at 1G28 9th Ave., in Greeley. Besides the new professors and Cooke, Jack LaBonde is also a member of the health education department in the School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation. Springs Judge Ordered To Hold Hearing DENVER (AP) - The Colorado Supreme Court loday ordered Judge William M. Cal- verl. of Dislrict. Court at. Colorado Springs to hold a hearing on whether any inducement was offered lo a co-defendant in a murder case to procure incriminating testimony against his fellow defendant. The brief decision, written byi J u s t i c e James K. Groves, I grants a request by Joseph W. Mitchell. He and Nathan Whitmore were charged with murder in Die killing of a service station attendant during a robbery. The murder charge again- ln The Courts DISTRICT COURT Divorces Granted Seven divorces have been granted in District Court recently. Four of the decrees were signed by Judge Roy M. Briggs. They were: Mrs. Felicila B. Sauccdo, 2438 50lh Ave., from Aurelio D. Saucedo on grounds of mental cruelly. The decree gave custody of the five minor children lo the mother. Mrs. Anita Brown, G03 4th St., from Walter Brown Jr. on grounds of cruelty. The mother was given custody of the minor child. Mrs. Dessie Jean Goettsch of Nunn from James M. Goettsch on grounds of cruelty.. Custody of the minor child was awarded to the mother.. Mrs. Lissa Lederman, 508 17lh St., from Gary Robert Lederman on grounds of mental cruelty. The mother was granted custody of the minor child. The oilier three decrees were signed by Judge Hugh H. Arnold. They were as follows: Mrs. Alberla Alice Padilla of La Salle from Silas Tellez Padilla. The decree gave custody of the two minor children to the mother. Mrs. Alice Goddard, 1121 E. 2fllh St., from Edward L. M. Goddard on grounds of cruelly. The father was given custody ol four minor children. Mrs. Ruth Helen Blue of Boulder from Orville Blue on grounds of cruelty. Divorces Sought The following divorce com- plainl.s have been filed in Dis- lrict Court recently. 'Olga Carmen st Whitemore, however, was dismissed aflrr hn had testified, incriminating both Mitchell and himself. Boothia Peninsula in Canada's Northwest Territories is (he northernmost lip of land of continental North America. TOGETHERNESS Families photographed together slay together through all the years to come. Wouldn't you like lo keep your family i a fine professional port rail? Phone for an appointment now, while you're still ??·/$/? ·Ww.'..-'.-;^ *4^- (The Perfect Christmas Gifts) Wo. J FAMILY SITTING Choice of Proofs ivith Big SxH) GOLDTONE PORTRAIT No. 2 FAMILY SITTING Choice of Proofs 8x10 Goldtone Portrait 25 Photo Christmas Cards Also Available In Natural Color DOWNTOWN: KADLECEK STUDIO 805 7th St. Phona 352-0301 HILLSIDE: PHOTO-ART STUDIO 2541 11th Ave. Ph. 353-2011 9lh St., against Phillip Gonzales. They were married Grccley August 19, 19G7, and have two children. Mrs. Arlene Farmer against Harold W. Farmer. Married al Taos, N.M., March 16, 1956, Ihcy have four children. Mrs. Linda L. Fcldman ol Ault against Lambert. H. Feldman. They were married at Ault March 20, 19fifi, and have no children. Mrs. Pamela Harris of La Salle against Jerry Harris. They were married at Las Vegas, Nov., April 12, 1969. The plaint i f f , n minor, filed the complaint through her mother, Mrs. Betty Roth. Richard L. McKinney of Evans against Mrs. Nancy E. McKinney. They were married at Loveland Nov. 20,1965, and have no children. Reyes Chacon of Gilcresl against: Mrs. Josephine Chacon. Married here Nov. 10, 19B2, they have two children. Mrs. Shirley June Ramsey, Rl. 1. Kersey, against John Miles Ramsey. They were married at Las Vegas. Nev., Feb. 2, 19(i2, and have Iwo children. Mrs. Tivie Mary Cisneros against Sam J. Cisneros. Married at Montrose May 9, I960, lliey have five children. Mrs. Nilda 0. Maalouf, 51G 28lh Ave.. against Karim E.I Maalouf. They were, married all Sao Paulo, Brazil, May 2, 1953. They have Ihree children. Mrs. Belly A. Armijo, 105 12th St., against Joe L. Armijo. Married in Greclcy July 1C, 19GG, they have no children. Troy N. Kcdfern against Mrs. Pctrn M. Rcdfcrn. They were 'married here Dec. 9, 19GG, and have one child. OPERATION WESTWIDE AJOIM EFFCRTOF THE OPERATION WESTWIDE WLL KEEP YOUATSftFETVS SIDE throughout (lie nation met at the AAUP headquarters in Washington, D.C. in an effort to bet- ler coordinate stale activities and lo strengthen slate and regional programs. Crawford joined the CSC faculty in 1962. Ho served three years as president of the CSC chapter of AAUP. He was vice president of the Stale Conference before t a k i n g over Ihe leadership. As director of forensics al CSC, he has also served two years on the Dislrict IV Intercollegiate Debate Commillce while directing CSC teams lo impressive debate records. He recently served as faculty chairman of Ihe CSC Faculty Senate. The speech professor received his first two degrees from Southern Illinois University and liis electorate from Hie University of Oklahoma. Dick Crawford Nixon, Rogers Hold Meeting On UN Events WASHINGTON (AP) _ President Nixon held a lengthy meeting today with Secretary of Stale William P. Rogers on activities at the United Nations. Presidential press secretary Ronald L. Ziegler also announced additions lo the President's schedule for his first day hack at. the While House since a weekend visit to Florida. The list included meetings with Sens. Charles Mcc. Mathias, R-Md., and John Sherman Cooper. R-Ky., this afternoon. Ziegler said Ihese meetings were a continuation of a scries The Swiss have converted a 14th-century mule trail inlo a 7,320-foot mountain pass, highest open to traffic in Switzerland. Nufenenpass offers unrivaled scenery, but motorists unfamiliar with mountain driving are advised to bypass the steep, narrow road. Mexico per capita income is up. USE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Tues., Oct. 7, 1969 GREELKY TRIBUNEfjfjPagd of talks which Nixon has been having with individual senators on general Senate business. He declined to go into any further details. Ziegler said Nixon also held morning meetings with members of his staff, including his legislative liaison assistant, Brycc N. Harlow, presidential counsel John Ehrlichman and Henry A. Kissinger, adviser on national security affairs. There were also regular meetings with oilier staff members, Ziegler said. There was criticism last week from Democratic Rep. Wayne L. Hays, D-Ohio, regarding what Hays called the lightness of the President's announced schedules. When Ziegler went, into detail on (he schedule loday, lie was asked if this was done because of Hays' criticism. Smiling, the press secretary Bald ki h'opwl to go into more detail on tha Presi- I dent's activities and ha admitted, "I fell into a period when I was less than diligent" in giving out the full schedule. Nixon's day today ranged from the meeting with Rogers to receiving a gold Secret Service badge and a trophy marking the 100th year of the Secret Service, which has among its prime duties the protection of the President. Though the Battle of Bull RUB was a Union fiasco, no fewer than 03 Northern officers who saw action there were or would become generals. They included an infantry colonel named William Tecumseh Sherman and a 1-year-old cavalryman named George Armstrong Custer. USE TRIBUNE WANT ADS You Bet! 817 8fh Street Now... get higher earnings for your savings. You can earn 5!4% per annum, compounded daily, on six-month certificates of $1,000 or more. 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