Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on February 26, 1976 · Page 7
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'Sweeping changes' Imminent in troubled labor department DENVER (AP) -- The trou- demoted and assigned to other eluding creation 01 one deputy bled Colorado Department of duties, Lay said. director. Labor and Employment is The six are Glenn W. Adams, Roth created the current bu- about to undergo a sweeping Robert Bronstein, Paul B. Hos- reaucratic scheme in a reorga- reorganizationlhatincludeseli- kins, Joseph A. Lambrecht, nization of his own last year, mmation of "a complete layer James H. Murphy and Norman But the department was criti- of management," the agency's L. Sothan. Each of their jobs cized for its poor record of acting director confirmed pays an average of more than placing peoople in jobs and oth- Wednesday. 530,000 a year, and the State er deficiencies. John Lay, named acting di- Personnel Department will de- Lay, who formerly served rector followng the forced res- cide how many pay grades they Gov. Richard Lamm as direc- ignation of Herrick Roth three will lose under the reorganiza- tor of the Department uf Ad- weeks ago, said the jobs of all tion. ministration, said the operation Lay said the shakeup in- of the Labor and Employment volves an extensive shifting of Department is "Dick I,amm's responsibilities and titles, in- No. 1 priority right now." six assistant department directors will be abolished. The men now in those positions will be "THAT'S RIGHT, LORETTA! YOUR BI6CUIT6 GAVE ME A HERNIA!" Thurs., Feb. W, I'm GRKELEY (Colo.) TKIBlINK 7 13-year-old Littleton boy shot to death LITTLETON, Colo. (AP) -- A for questioning, authorities was shot with a .22-calibcr 13-year-old Littleton boy was said. automatic pistol, shot to death Tuesday and a 15- The victim was identified as Officers said the two boys ap- year-old was taken into custody Robert Gulla Jr. Police said he parcntly were alone. Former bank employe indicted DENVER (AP)-A former bank employe was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand Books for Centennial jury on a charge of feeding false credit information about herself to a computer. Helen Buchanan of Denver was indicted for allegedly raising her own credit limit at the bank where she worked to $3,000 from $500 over a period of three months. She is a former employe of the Mountain States Bank. A bank spokesman said she borrowed a small amount of money against the raised limit after feeding the information to the credit computer. She compputerized credit system is designed to allow bank customers to borrow money by check, the spokesman said. Chicono movement political trends will be discussed The Apostle's for Justice organization and the United Mexican-American Students are sponsoring a forum on the various political "trends within the Chicano Movement" Thursday ( t o n i g h t ) at the U n i v e r s i t y of Northerq Colorado Candelaria Hall, Koom 153. another in several fund raising projects for the troop; during The forum will include a short the last six years Pack 40 Scouts have collected close to 200,000 history of the development of Art Terrnzas, committee chairman of Kvans Cub Scout Pack 40, presents a "check" for $200 to Centennial Klemen-. tary School principal Mrs. Winifred Gettman while memlwrs uf the pack look on. The scuuls collected aluminum cans and pop bottles to raise funds for books for the school library. It's Two Alms students eye new auto body careers aluminum cans, giving proceeds to various organizations. (Tribune photo by Iton Stewart) Two Grccley area students selected last summer by Aims Community College to pioneer new auto body repair scholarships are solidly entrenched in the program and lookiiiE forward to their new careers. Drcxel Tomlinson and Timothy Kerbs, both Weld county residents, have completed Pit quarters under scholarship program funded by the State Farm Foundation. And bolb students have nothing but praise for its success, especially ns far as their own budding career are concerned. In fact, Tnmlinson and Kerbs are already assured of full time employment after graduation from Aims. Tomlinson, in his last quarter of school, lias been u f f e l c u u pti iimiiL-in |niMiimi in the body shop at Uarnsey Wheeler Ford, while Kerbs' supervisor at Uelirown Chrysler-Plymouth has expressed plans to add him to the permanent staff. AltlioiiPh fllfMidinp rlassps in (tic morning and working only in (he afternoons, both students have progressed to the point where I hey have convinced their supervisors that they are the man for the job. "Having Tim in the afternoons has worked out really well for us," said Hon Kohl, service manager at DeBrown. "He's a good man and I plan to keep him on after he graduates. He lias been doing all phases of body work for some time now. At present lie is w r i t i n g estimates and I'm really im- M'ii VUIN 11it- wity ne iiiiii- slate we have to turn people away who do not reside in Northern Colorado because that is one of thr criteria we forth for AT GAKNSEY WHKELKR - Drcxel Tomlinson of Greeley, left, discusses hood adjustment with another Garnsey Wheeler employe, Boh Gregory. dies people." program was A t G a r n s e y - W h e e l e r nationally i n September. Tomlinson's supervisor, Harold "All we can tell these people Mothershcd, echos Kohl's is that the program is strictly in comments. "Tomlinson is going Ihe experimental stages and In Ire a Rood one," he says. "If available to area residents h» sMnyp in the tn'.de. nnd I'm "nly," It" said "Kvpn here in sure he will, he's going to be tops. I've offered him a lull- timejob after he graduates and he's accepted. The arrangement* with Aims has originally set worked out f i n e . During qualification." Tomlinson's training program. As the Aims auto body we have had the opporlunity to scholarship program continues see him develop as an auto body to grow, it will do so under the man; that prompted us to offer watchful eye of the Slate Farm him full-time employment." Foundation whose future The benefits of the program contributions depend on the are not restricted to the cm- outcome. However, if the first ployer, as Tomlinson and Kerbs five months are any indicalion. w i l l altcsl. D u r i n g t h e i r Ihe program's success is vir- training, both students have tually assured. had (he opportunity to work with some of the best men in Ihe business. 'It's a different atmosphere in Hit' shop," said Tomlinson. "Ai hdiool you're in a learning stitualion and act accordingly. Here at the shop, it's still a learning experience bul you I)avi? to do Hie job and do it right. I've really learned a lot from these guys. They know all the tricks of the trade." Meanwhile, back at Aims, Dr. Joe Milan, dean of occupational education, said two more work- study grants will be awarded in the near future. The initial contribution by Ihe State Farm Foundation included three $600 scholarships w i t h accompanying $1.500 work-study grants. To date, Tomlinson and Kerbs, working a maximum of 25 fiours a week, have used only about half of their entitlement under Ihe program, leaving more than half of the original allotment still available. Milan the movement from the 1900s to the present and then lake a look at the numerous political directions which have arisen in the last 15 years. Various speakers will further present their analysis as to the direction publicized which they feel the movement must take now. LOWER Prescription PRICES! Bring LESSMONEY / j and your next ^ 1 I Prescription to GIBSON Pharmacy 3635 W. 10th SI 352.1950 R A B I E S VACCINATION CLI NIG SATURDAY, F E B R U A R Y A3 10 TO 2 DISTEMPER SHOTS GREELEY L I C E N S E S W-W FARM RANCH AUCTIONS Wednesday, March 3 -- 12:30 p.m. for HEINZE BROTHERS of Windsor 3 miles north of Windsor, 1 west Vi north; or 3 east of Timnath, TRACTORS TRUCKS: 1952 Super M, 3 pt, live pump, wide front, new rear rubber, wheel wts; 1952 Super M, wide front, good rubber, also single front; 1956 UB Special MM, propane, , single front, good rubber; 1952 JD "B" single front, new rear said several requests for aid rubb( , r/ 3 p , (so|l| soparate , y) . , M4 VA C, single front, good rubber; 1942 VC Case w/bean cutter; 1937 CC Case w/loader; 1936 CC Case; 195B Chev, 45, beet box hoist, corn beet boards, good rubber; 1954 Ford, 4525, hoist, corn boards; 1953 Chev, 45, beet box hoist, corn beet boards, stock racks; 1939 1937 Chev trucks w/boxes. are currently under review and that two selections will be made in lafe February of March. "We are negotiating with several auto dealers and body shops in the area to place these MACHINERY: Hebcrlcin weed burner w/250 gal. tank; 2 IHC tumble plows; 2--10' Brillion mulchers; 12' Krause tandem disc; JD 4-sect heavy duty rotary hoe; IHC 3-sect harrow; Western land roller; JD B' field cult; Eversman PL 12 leveler; 3-pt bar; Gandy box incorporator; 6-row IHC IBS planter on 3-pt bar; Continental sprayer; Weicart weed burner; Gchl 1-row harvester w/3-heads; 3-pt corn cult; 6-row JD front mt cult; JD drill, DD, press wheels, seeder; 2 IHC 2-sect harrows; Farmhand spreader on 4-wheel factory gear; JD No. 5 mower; 2 JD 4-bar side rakes; 2 dump rakes; 2--4-wheel rubber Hre trailers w/boxes; 2 older ditchers; 3 wooden floats 12x30. students," he added. "The intent of Hie program is AT DrllllOWN -- Tim Kerbs prepares an automobile for painting at DcHrown Chrysler-Plymouth. Kerbs is a resident of Milliken. to attract quality people into the auto body trade," Milan continued. "However we have to be certain that they intend to pursue a career in auto body repair once they are out of school. Financial need is important but it is not the only factor involved. I would say (hat an applicant's attitude is more important in this case. That is why we have lo be very selective." According to Vic R i b i c h . director of placement.': nt Aims, many inquiries (one from as far away as Wisconsin) have been received by the school since the HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Misc beet furniture; Maytag washer; dressers; bunk beds. MISCELLANEOUS: F-ll Farmhand loader w/3 heads; 800 gal water tank; 2--300 gal gas tanks on stands; 300 gal gas tank; SOD gal propane tank; 2 pickup slock racks for short beds; 15.5x38 duals; 20GO irrig tubes 3/4 to 3" mostly l^d-tVi; 100 dams; scrap iron; 4 miles elec fence wire: corn cribbing; loading chute on steel wheels; misc cult tools; some shop tools. 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