Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 15, 1970 · Page 5
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 5

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, May 15, 1970
Page 5
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Wednesday Graduation Set For 94 Gilcrest Seniors ClLCREST-Graduation exercises at Valley High School will COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE MURPHY LUMBER be held Wednesday for 94 sen- They iors. The baccalaureate service will be held Sunday. Giving the commencement address will be Mike Williams, former Valley High teacher, while Myron Martinson, school board president, will present the diplomas. The . baccalaureate message will be delivered by Rev. Robert A. Paul of the Sunset Assembly of God Church in La Salic. Providing the processional march for commencement will be the Valley High School Band. Flower Plants LARGEST SELECTION IN TOWN · 60 varieties Petunia! · 30 varieties Geraniums · All colors Pansles · All varieties other flowers Peppers Egg Plant Cabbage Miller's Vegetable and Greenhouse 2 ml. South on 1st Avs. (from Sugar Factory) ·will play the "Procession- 1 March" by Wagner. Graduating will be: Steven Lynn Aab, Laura Lee 'ens, Adolfo Roberto Bara, 'icki Sue Birkle, Mary Ann Bosron, Bruce Allen Butterfield, ally Leya Cervantes, Raymond Yank Chacon, Steven W. Cog- urn, William Dean Conradspn, elinda Jane Craven, Brian Oean Crosier, Belynda Sue Dawon, Jose Ramon De La Fuente, Deborah Ann Dinnel. Janice Lynne Drawer, Barbaa Fawver, Robert 0. Fernanez, Tony John Fernandez, Bob Flugrad, Kenneth Kerry Frank obert Eugene Gartrell, Mary \nn Goodner, Ronald Allen Grolt, Eva Marie Guajardo, oseph Frank Gutierrez, Ismeal utierrez, Merle David Hard- ng, Carl Leroy Harvey, Pamela ?ay Hergenreter, E. G. Hilden- randt. Teresa Sue Hildred, Michael ames Hiller, Diane Rene Houson, John Charles Jepsen, Barara Ann Justice, Harold F. Cappius, George Kenneth Kaufman, Dale Arthur Reiser, Sona Gwyn Kern, Ella Mae Kirkatrick, Deborah Sue Kissler, urtis A. Larsen, Curtis Wade inderer, Jerry Loeffler, Philip AFTER For The Graduate a gift from the past for the future. There is a reassuring continuity in hdrloom gifls. Take the ever-new gems in old jewelry that hasn't been worn for years. Have the gems mounted in a beautiful piece that will have a deeper meaning for your favorite graduate. There is no charge for estimates and sketches. GRAYBEAL JEWELERS, Inc. 818 8th Street B. Loos, Steven Richard Luft. Newton Farragut Lurbe Jr. Kathleen Rae Magill, Kathleen Ann Margheim, Myron Alan Martinson, Carol Lynne Matsushima, Randolph Lee Matsu- shims, Kim C. Mauler, Randy Lewis Mayer, Natalia Paula Moon, Myrick W. Monroe, Teddy Lee Morgan, Russell E. Mosier, Manuel David Natividad Jr. Steven Gotten Norgren, Alvin Leo Odenbaugh, Bertha Ortiz Dolores Perez, Rudy Roy Per ez. Karen Mae Peppier, Haze Dean Poe, Nancy Louise Rains Antoinette Gail Rea, Dianna La Verne Rexford, Sandra Ka; Rhoades, Frank Arthur Roybal Grant Gale Rumsey, Joseph Al bert Salamanca, Fermin Sala zer Jr., Gwen Kay Salser, Lin da Joanne Sarchet, Paul A. Sa ter, Dave Sears. Terrance Wray Shapard, Mary Ann Sikich, Beth Ann Slife, Mi chael Glen Smith, Larry Roy Sprague, Douglas Kent Sterkel Brett Lee Ulrich, Susan Jeanne Ulrich, Larry Valencia, Bil Wagner, Gary L. Wardell, Cath erine Gayle Weeks, Keith Dale Weeks, James Robert Wilson Jr. Bruce Alan Zulauf. $51,8/0 Damage n Keenesburg Andrew and Elizabeth Zimbel-] ian of Keenesburg have filed $51,870.68 damage complaint District Court in connection ith the death of their son, Mi- iael Andrew Zimbelman, 1C, in car-pedestrian accident Nov. 1968. Named as defendants in the ction are Linda Lee Baumgarter and Charles Baumgartner, !so of Keenesburg. The-Hgihway Patrol reported t the time that young Zimbelman was struck by an auto driv- by Linda Lee Baumgartner s-he was standing beside his wn car on a county road in rospect Valley. The Zimbelman's complaint ays the youth was thrown irough the air for some dis- e and suffered injuries hich caused his death. Your Insurance (Life) (Your Life Insurance is pre- dustry-wlde research in aid o: sented each week as a public service in cooperation with the Northern Rocky Mountain lhapter of the American Society of Chartered Life Underwriters.) Question: Why don't life in- urance companies go into esearch life other businesses? 'ouldn't the business reduce the arge and growing cost of life nsurance in this way? Answer: The cost of life in- urance is not growing - it's oing down steadily, and today le average premium per $1,000 f insurance is 40 per cent less ban only 20 years ago. In spite f severe inflation during the ntervcning years. Part of this, f course, may be due to the ower average age of buyers nd a trend to lower cost types f policies. But the actual cost f all plans at all ages is down. The life insurance business, is you can see, has had a body jf researchers at work from the tart of the business -- they're ailed actuaries. There are everal thousand of them, and bey spend their entire lime re- earching ways to expand policy irotection. develop new plans, jid lower policy costs. Not only lo they research for their in- lividual companies, but they pool their efforls and do in- such things as public health. Some of their studies have re suited in the only availabl mass statistics in such im jortant areas as overweigh problems, heart trouble, etc. In addition life insurance com oanies support medical research through the established source n this field. It would be uneconomic for them to set up research centers to compete with the medical schools am lospitals. Constant research into training and education methods is supported also ii order to maximize the abilitie and efficiency of the companies personnel. In short, the life and health i n s u r a n c e companies engaged, directly and indirectly in a rather wide spectrum o sophisticated r e s e a r c h ac tivities. All queries or questions can be sent to Paul Hendren, CLU publicity chairman, 3001 811 Ave., Greeley. You will receiv a personal response to you tetter from society headquar ters. You can get LOVE (cosmet SH Green Stamps too.--Adv ics) at Weldorado Pharmacy-- Do All Your Shopping At Local Stores Boost Your Town Every Time You Have A Chance Do All Your Banking Here STATE BANKoFGREELEY F.D.I.C. Suit Filed Youth's Death They seek a judgement for 1,59C for damages they ffered through loss of their n's services and earnings rough the remainder of his l''ri., May Id, minority, and for funeral expenses and los.s of personal property. In addition, Zimbleman ;tsks a judgment for $274 for damage to his auto. Trial of the case by a jury have of six persons was requested by the plaintiffs. USE TRIBUNE WANT ADS i l i v i o U A K l j atfe 5 TBC Degrees DKNVEIl (AP) - Temple Bucll college will confer degrees on 203 students in Commencement Day ceremonies Sunday at Hie outdoor amphitheater. 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