Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on February 27, 1976 · Page 9
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 9

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, February 27, 1976
Page 9
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Fri..Feb.27,1976 GKEELEY (Colo.) T K I B U M E 9 3635 W. 10th St., c .,r rune AT GREELEY 6:00 P.M. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29 Open Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Open Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. RED HOT WEEKEND SPECIALS HEALTH AND BEAUTY AIDS JOHNSON'S Y^W DISPOSABLE fe±%; DIAPERS '"'""' WISK 1 gallon Mare absorbent NEWBORN 24's and TODDLER 12's DAYTIME 24's OVERNIGHT 18's ZEST BAR SOAP BARS FOR WET ONES MO I SI TOW EL El M * 70 MOIST TOWELETTES 70 sheets GROCERIES JOHNMORRELL COLD CUTS CHOPPED £. Hanuoz. BOLOGNA lib. QUAKER OATS Regular or Old Fashioned FOOD KING SHORTENING 18 01. BISQUICK BUTTERMILK BAKING MIX 40 01. '1 03 SHURFBESH ICE CREAM (103 Vanilla and Chocolate Vgal. A TREE TOP APPLE CIDER l Quart 57' 18 oz. 3!bs. $J19 SMUCKER'S GRAPE JELLY 69' SUPER MOTT'S PRUNE JUICE 40 OZ. 73' GRAND OPENING FASHION FABRICS-GROCERY DEPARTMENT AUTOMOTIVE Witl1 Trade-in BATTERIES $ 1 JQ7 I l\~ A l l « Volt It 'IS 97 $2397 Reg. $23.97 and $21.97 22 and 24 Series Reg. $33.68 27 Series CHAMPION AUTOLITEA.C. SPARK PLUGS Regular Resistor 69* 79 HOUSEWARES LOMA DIAMOND SHAPED WASTEBASKET 69' Reg. 89c BUCKET OF SPONGES 12 sponges and l bucket SPONGE FOOT-SHAPED MA l Assorted colors Reg. 99c FLOWER SHACK LARGE FLORIST BOUQUET OF MIXED FLOWERS A FLORIST VALUE OF $12.50 each FLOWER SHACK SPECIAL $coo each limited 20 GALLON TRASH CAN SHREDDED FOAM TABLE TENNIS BALLS LIGHT BULBS GENERAL PURPOSE BATTERIES EXTENSION CORD 6 Foot Ivory or Brown UNC senior has time for class, job, family H y S A K A I I O K K M A N UNC Journalism Student Steve Setzer of Grcelcy is one who values liis spare time; it doesn't come often for him. Besides being a husband and father, Setzer, 22, is a student at the University of Northern Col orado, an officer in the Air Force KOTC, works at a full time job and manages an apartment in Grccley. Setter, formerly a resident of Parker, is Hie son of Art and Lola Setzer also of Parker. A f t e r g r a d u a t i o n from Douglas County High School in 1971, Setzer, attended Northeastern Junior College in Sterling for two years. He now lives at 1G20 9th Ave. w i t h his wife, Debi, and daughter, Stepahnie. 18 months. Enrolled as a senior at UNC this quarter. Selzer is majoring in psychology and has a '3,2 grade point average. He is currently taking 18 hours of classes. Selzer is also involved in the Air Force KOTC at UNC as a personnel services officer. He is Grand jury probing USC dealings PUEBLO, Colo. (AP) - A Pueblo County grand jury investigating alleged illegal activities at the University of Southern Colorado is taking a look at dealings between a major food supplier to the institution and school officials. Dist. Ally. Joe Losavio confirmed the probe Thursday, although he refused to comment on reports that a subpoena was issued for records of Nobel Inc. of Denver, a food supplier. Other sources said the grand jury is trying to learn whether university officials have used premium coupons provided by the food supplier for their own use rather than for the benefit of the school. Losavio convened the grand jury several weeks ago after reports began circulating of alleged illegality in the conduct of USC affairs. NOTSO HAKE STANFORD, Calif. (UP!) - Ankylosiing spondylitis, a type of spinal arthritis once considered rare, may afflict three million Americans whose symptoms have not been diagnosed, according to Drs. Andrei Calin and James Fries of the Stanford School of Medicine. The disease, characterized by back pain, stiffness and inflammation, limits movement and can result in fusion of the spine. People with a certain hereditary antigen are susceptible to the disease, and drugs are available which effectively control its painful symptoms. ·in charge of arranging activities for (he corps such as ping-pong, basketball and track tournaments d u r i n g winter quarter. Selzer attends special KOTC classes d a i l y and program meetings every Thursday. If he isn't studying or working with (he KOTC, Selzer might be found at Empire Dispatch in Greeley whyre he is employed. Setzer works there 32 hours a week as a mobile operator. He handles phone calls and radio c o m m u n i c a t i o n s be I w e e n doctors, ambulances, television repairmen and oil d r i l l i n g companies in the area. "I enjoy my job." he said, "especially working with the radio equipment." After his work at Empire Dispatch, Setzer may return home to his second job, managing DeVille Apartments in Greelcy. Setzer is responsible for the leasing, cleaning and minor repairs of 17 apartments. He is also an active member of the Arnold Air Society, a public service o r g a n i z a t i o n which undertakes various projects to help residents of the Greeley community. After his graduation from UN'C in June, iselzer plans to be assigned to Mather Air Force Base in Sacramento-, Calif. There he hopes to a t t e n d navigator school for 3G weeks. Setzer eventually wants to fly transport a i r c r a f t in the Military Airlift Command. What does he do in his free lime? "In the hour of spare time I have in a day I either sleep or wash my new car. I also like to spend as much t i m e with my family as I can," said Setzer. Language arts status topic of meeting The John Evans Junior High Parent Council will hold a public meeting at 7;3u p.m. Tuesday in the school cafetorium. Parents and patrons of DistricI Six are invited to come to a presentation on Ihe current status of the language arts and foreign language programs at John Evans and plans for their future. The John Evans Spanish Club also will make a presentation. Roger Hamilton, assistant school p r i n c i p a l , said a disscussion considering the possibilty of changing the John Evans school day from seven to six periods also will be held. The disscussion will include considering alternative ways of scheduling q u a r t e r - l e n g t h courses during the academic year. Aims student seeks bike path support An Aims Community College student is c i r c u l a t i n g a questionnaire to delermine if southwest Greeley residents want bike paths included in proposed Improvements along West 20th Slrcct and 35th Avenue. EdPickerncll,37-lflW.8thSt., a first year student at Aims, said some 400 students, faculty, and other personnel at Aims already have indicated they'd use a bike path along the two streets if they were there. In hearings this week, many southwest Greeley residents told city officials they'd like bike patlis and safety features included in i m p r o v e m e n t s along Ihe two heavily traveled routes. Now, Pickernell said, biking out \Vest2ftlhStreet to Aims "is suicide" because of narrowness of the rouleand speeds at which vehicles travel there. He said persons signing petitions on bike paths indicated they'd support plans to install bike patlis along 35th Avenue from 10th Street to West High School and along West ZuthSlreel from 2ftlh Avenue to the Aims campus. Pickernell said a "multimode" path designed for both bikes and pedestrians would provide alternate means of transportation for Aims and West students. In addition, \\c said some residents in the vicinity of the two streets have expressed interest in using the paths for leisure time biking and hiking. Pickernell asked interested persons to complete qucslionnaire and return it to: Kd Pickernell. ASACC, co A i m s C o m m u n i t y College, Greeley, Colo. 80G3I. I Please check in appropriate place: j ) Do you walk or ride a bicycle along 35th Ave? . . . Yes · I No. Bet ween what streets? . . . .Street and » I Street. How often? two or more times daily · | Daily Occasionally. i ; Do you walk or ride a bicycle along 20th Street? Yes ! J No. Between what Avenues? Avenue to! J Avenue. How often"* . Two or more time daily. I j . Daily. . Occasionally. J | Would you walk or ride a bicycle if a pedestrian-bicycle path I · is provide*! ntong 3fith Avenue between 10th Street and West J · High School or along 2()th Street between 2rtth Avenue and S9lh I · Avenue? Yes . . . . No J · Do you currently own a bicycle'? Yes. . No. ·

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