Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 15, 1970 · Page 20
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 20

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, May 15, 1970
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Pnge 2ft GREELEY TRIBUNE Fri., May 15, 1970 Co/o. Women Voters' Leagues Jo Hold 2-Day Meeting Here Delegates from the 17 women ection, study, consensus, and voters' leagues in Colorado and action. The leaders have con- state officers will attend a state ducted similar sessions through- council meeting Tuesday and out the United States and Can- Wednesday at the Ramada Inn, hosted by the Greeley League of Women Voters. Mrs. Charles Jones, general ada. System" will be discussed at the chairman for the gathering, said dinner session by Dr. Fred Son- about 100 plan to attend some or all of the sessions, which will be limited to official delegates --two from each league--25 women on the state board, and a quota of observers. Local Delegates Named Mrs. Marion Pearce, local league president, and Mrs. John derman of the Colorado College registration; Mrs. Harrison, pub political science department. Students from colleges in the Ewegan, workroom. state, including Ed Quillen, UNC 'Mirror" editor-elect, will serve as a reactors' panel. All program chairmen will re- iort in a session beginning at \V. Harrison, board member, will sucn be delegates from the Greeley league. The council, alternating with a biennial convention which adopts major programs and elects officers, is confined to organization business such as budgeting and progress reports. Tuesday morning will include registration, beginning at 9 a.m., a welcome by Mrs. Pearce, and a message from the state president, Mrs. Lloyd Joshel, Denver, who was recently elected to the national governing body. Dr. Barbara Jones and Dr. James Kobbins, both of the University of Colorado Psychology 9:15 a.m. Wednesday, covering son County, Longmont, Love Department, will direct a participation session on league to 5 p.m. Tuesday. The session will show how a program item moves from suggestion to se- Greeley Suburban LIONS CLUB Presents planning, air and water pollu lion, education, children's laws and state finance. Adjournmen is scheduled for 2 p.m. Studvntt on Pan*] "Political Action Within Local members with majo responsibilities are Mrs. Jame the Vohs and Mrs. Gerald Schmid topics as environmental credentials. Mrs. Alvin Stein mark, house; Mrs. John Gapter lie relations, and Mrs. Leste Delegates are expected fron Adams County, Arapaho Count; Aspen, Boulder, Craig, Colorad Springs, Denver, Durango, For Collins, Grand Junction, Jeffer land. Pueblo and Sterling. Recreation News RECREATION DIVISION LAFF-A-DAY "What burns me up is that I programmed the computer that recommended firing me." Television Review By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP Television Radio Writer TV Week By FRED H. WERNER Director Women's Softball Sponsors of women's softball teams, either in slow pitch or fast pitch leagues, are remind- niember involvement from 1:30 ed that the team registration fee must be paid by May 27. group presented a number of plays to the public, which were very well received. Municipal Swimming Pool The Municipal Swimming Pool will be open during the Memorial Day weekend, (May 29, 30, and 3\), from noon to The fee is $35 per team GIGANTIC Wild Animal Menagerie WILD ANIMAL ZOO AND EXHIBITS OPEN ONE HOUR EARLIER may be paid at the Recreation Division office. There will be an organizational meeting for all those interested in women's softball, on Wednesday, May 27, at 7:30 p.m., in the Recreation Center, 710 llth Ave. If the team fee has not been paid prior to this and!" p ' m - lhl dna closed and pool reopen on a daily date, fees will be accepted at the meeting,.-on May 27. Players, sponsors, and coach- jes are all invited to attend the | meeting. Young America Baseball Young America aseball registration will be held on May 2- at the Recreation Center, 710 llth Ave., from 3 to 6 p.m. on all three dates. The following schools will register on May 26: Arlington, Jackson, Jefferson, Brentwood, St. Peter's, and Seventh Day Adventist. On May 27: Cameron, Chappelow, Maplewood, and Scott schools register. On May 28: Franklin. Madison, Park, East Memorial, and Trinity Lutheran ill register. The season will begin on June a.m., with a baseball clinic for all boys who have registered for Young America Baseball. The clinic will be held at Forbes Field, located at 23rd \venue and 8th Street. Young America Girls' Softball program for Young America Girls' Softball will be sponsored again by the Recreation with registration June 13. from p.m. at the Greelev Center, 710 llth This program is for girls who are at least nine years of age, basis, on Friday, June 5. Hours during regular swimming season will be from noon to 8 p.m., except on Sundays, when hours will be from 1-8 p.m. Daily rates will be 30 cents 'or those under 1C. and 60 cents for those 16 years of age, and older. Season tickets for families are $35. Season tickets for ndividuals are $9 for those under 1C, and $12 for those 16 years of age, or older. Learn-to-swim lessons will be offered in four, two week ses lions, making it possible for students to enroll for the series hat is most convenient for them. Kon Bush will be pool manager and Phyllis Hoff will be in charge of the learn-to- wim program. Senior Citizens Handicraft class is scheduled 'or Monday at 1:30 p.m. in the Recreation Center. The project of (he day will be egg carton roses. Each one attending is asked to bring colored egg cartons if possible. Other materials needed will be available at the Center. The monthly luncheon will be held at noon in the Recreation other the next. By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP Television-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Vice President Spiro T. Agnew, in a 90-minute interview by David Frost broadcast Wednesday, added no new fuel to fires, amplified his position on some issues and more than anything else revealed something of himself. Frost, showing intensive pre- them with exam- illuminating pies. To this viewer, the 90 minutes resulted in a portrait of a self- confident, tough-minded man. It s a most interesting program. By JERRY BUCK AP Ttkvition-Radlo Writer NEW YORK (AP)- Ossie Davis told a group of broadcast executives Thursday that all that blacks and Puerto Ricans want is "an opportunity to use power responsibly and if we don't get the opportunity--God help us all!" Davis, a black actor-producer-director, said the future of communications was in cable television and added that blacks would not be shut out of it as they had been shut out of radio and television. Another speaker, Adolph Holmes, director of Program operations for the National Urban League, called for the appointment of a black to the federal Communications Commission when Kenneth A. Cox' term expires July 1. Holmes appeared in place of Whitney M. Young Jr.. executive director of the league, who was called to Wash' ington. Davis and Holmes, with Miss Jean Fairfax of the Legal Defense Fund, appeared at a joint session of the International Ha- dio Television Society and the National Academy of Television Arts Sciences at the Waldorf- Astoria Hotel. Davis said shout, scream Yvette Mimieux has been cast as the feminine lead in ABC's "The Most Deadly Game," a new series scheduled for next fail. The part originally was as- paration for the session taped | signed to Inger ste v e ns who last week in Hollywood, started . . . .he program by asking Agnew about his boyhood, his relation-! ship with his parents and with his own children. These led to smooth transitions to the vice president's explanation in detail of some of nis altitudes, particularly in connection with youthful dissent. Agnew said he grew up in 'typical middle-class subur- 3an'' surroundings, liked sports. lad a "stern father" whose reprimands he feared although he never received corporal punishment. He punished his own children. Center on Tuesday. Anyone 55 years or older is welcome to attend. Health Hour follow the luncheon at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday. A demonstration on preparing low cost nutritional foods for two, will be presented by Jenny Stewart and Alicia Wickliffe, students in the experimental foods class of the Home Economics Department at the last week. Other co-stars are Ralph Bellamy and George Maharis. Weld County Real Estate Transfers Document fees listed are at the rate of one cent per $100 of the selling price. Property selling for less than $500 is exempt. Herman May 11 and Nina Mae said, by depriving them of j $2.57, Scheller to Edward M. and Elizabeth Ann Rudnicki, Lot 11, Follywood, City of Greeley, DF privileges. Frost then asked Agnew about his World War II Army service. The vice president said he believed that in combat he had killed a man and added: "In combat there is no such thing as a coward or a hero. You can he one thing one day and be the On the youth protest. Agnew said, "I have never criticized young people as a group, I referred to radicals breaking the He repeated this point several times. He also emphasized his opinion that there is confusion | in young people's minds about the difference between "being heard and being heeded." blacks would and raise holy liell" to be included in the development of cable television. "Don't believe that black [oiks are so kind and disposed to Ihe general welfare that they do not know how power is wielded in this country," he said. Young blacks with nothing to ose are' not going to abide by ;he rules of white and black liberals, Davis said. "They're joing to find the meanest, nas- :iest means they can to see that :he rest of us don't enjoy the Denefits of society." Holmes said the Broadcast Skills Bank had helped 1,400 people enter the industry, but "as soon as we get a man aboard they say we've got our quota, we have our showcase Negro." He said it was more important to place men behind the camera than in front, because there are more jobs available. "We're going to get more people employed for your benefit," he said. "If you don't have the commitment, the rage you've seen so far is just the beginning. We won't go away." Holmes also accused the broadcast industry of helping to make national figures of black meeting, Holmes said he hoped that broadcasters would "balance their news coverage by showing the good things as well as the bad things. The good things, the positive things that blacks and blacks and whites together accomplish do not get reported." Miss Fairfax said the broadcast industry "contributes to black rage, not only because its channels lay out the goodies of an affluent society from which the growing black underclass is Joseph W. and Vera E. Galley to Norman E. and Ruby D. Rice Lot 15, Block 4, Spacious Living filing No. 4, DF $.60. Vantage Builders Inc. to Rodney F. and Eleanor Sch- malhaus, the N. 210 feet of Lot 7. Vantage Acres filing No. 1, DF $.18. Thomas and Dora Villani to Jack W. and Doranne S. Van Orman, Lots 27, 28, 29 and 30,' i Block 19, Town of Frederick,! DF$1.56. i: Earl If. Howland to Emma ' Adel, Lot 47, Block 1, Spacious! Living, filing No. 1, DF $.15. Robert D. Walker to Warren and Mary Dell Capper. Lots 8, 9 and 10, First Addition to Rainbow Acres, DF $.38. division, City of Greeley, DF $.65. May 1? Filomeno and Arsenia Griego 3 William B. and Gladys R. Nester, Lot 7, Block 5, Spacious Living filing No. 3, DF $.45. Adolph F. and Clara M. Rippe to Harold E. and Christena E. Johnston, Lot 9, Block 2, Olinger Subdivision Town of Platleville. DF $2.50. Wilfred F. and Carolin Dreher to Michael David and Patricia Gayle Lutz, Lot 8. Block 6. First Addition to Westwood, City of reeley, DF $1.50. Syrcna M. Coon to Daniel A. and Mary Kay Bradley, Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, except the W 50 feet of said lots, and all of Lot 5, Block 6, Heights, City of Greeley $1.28. 1 Scott Realty Co., trustee In Phil G. Skrbina, Lot 20, Block j 4, Cascade Park Second Ad-| dition to the City of Greeley,! DF $.42. ' j The Weld County Abstract! and Investment Co. to J. Edward and Rita W. Husted, Lot militants Brown. In an such as H. Rap interview before the increasingly alienated, but because it presents a dally reminder of the unwillingness of white America to deal with black Americans as mature, serious, complex human beings." She said blacks feel thai broadcasting "tends to present the black experience primarily in its socially pathological manifestations and without the analysis which makes sense to black people. The serious problems of the ghetto must be portrayed...Blacks have the feeling that you are afraid to present black life in its strength, its resiliency, its qualities of endurance from, the black point of view because this is too threatening and not what whites want to see." Miss Fairfax said a survey made in the fall of 1968 showed that in 311 stations reporting, the percentage of blacks employed was only 2.7 per cent. A recent survey of 175 educational radio and television stations showed employment of minority members at about 9 per cent. Arlington :eley, DFl Saliaufcoi Bill's SPARETIME RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE t Wlnterset Inn (formerly College Inn) Hwy. 85 Elton (Illngworth at the piano Wednesday thru Sunday night All Italian Dinners full course, Including one glass Chlantl Wine ALL ITALIAN MEALS PRICED UNDER $3.00 the NWerly 30 feet of! Lot 2. Block 13, Cottonwowodl 1, and Village, City of Greeley, DF; S.78. Leland H. Snyder to Gottlieb Bohlender, the SWU of Sec. 1, T 4N, R 64 W, DF $6.80 FAMILY DINING '15 25lh St. SERVING U.S.D.A. CHOICE PERFECTLY AGED CHAR-BROILED STEAKS LUNCHEONS AND SANDWICHES, TOO! SEAFOOD AND CHICKEN America's Favorite Family Restaurant* 353-G888 SHAKEY'S · PIZZA · SHAKEY'S · SHAKEY'S · PIZZA · EVERY NITE is GOOD TIME nite at Uni e i v nV NnrZ"n r . "Thev are definitely being Philip and Mary Brcthaucr to Uimeisily of Northern Colora- -, , , 11B . · heede § Me lvln and Ola F. Brug, part do. A clinic is also being The chartered bus trip to planned, and will be held priorl vlslt lhn State Historical Society to the beginning of the regular! Museum and the State Capitol program. The fee is $4 per girl.' Summer Theater 353-5286 352-4888 353-2699 352-3953 Tickets on sale from the follow. Ing club members; Donald E. Bennett Don Tapp Darretl Stephens Noble Taziri And the ·following locations: Kiley Cleaners 820 16th St. 2543 11th Ave. -- Hillside BUY YOUR TICKETS IN ADVANCE FOR LESS Adults--$2.00 Children--$1.00 Students of high school age be given an opportunity to enroll in a summer theater workshop and will receive practical experience in all aspects of the legitimate theater. Registration may be made at the Recreation Division office, June 2-15. Fee is $4 per student. Classes will begin on Monday, June 15, in the Recreation Center Gym. Class meetings will be held regularly on Mondays through Thursdays, at the Recreation Center, from 7 to 10 p.m. David W. Shaffer will be in charge of the program. Shaffer conducted the workshop during will be on Wednesday, May 20 j"g a l v a m c phrases The buses will leave the Recrel| s P eecnes - A P new re , 1)Uw L . ation Center parking lot at 10-30J 3 blt " IIe dld com P lam tnat heard," he said. "Being heeded jMelvin and Ola F. Brug, part is something else." |"f the SW'i of the SW'.i of Sec. - - felt hei 19. T 5 X, R 64 W. DF S.75. Hugh R. and Berencice M. Elder to David L. and Jeanne miscalculated in his use of in his Not a.m. The group will eat lunch at the Denver Drumstick. Each marks about himself--"Sen. Fulbright called me a smart aleck"--do not receive the same L. Andreasen, part of the W^z of the SE'i of Sec. 26, T 2N, R 64 W, DF $.11. Paul P. and DeEtta I. Stewart to Harold T. and Patricia Ann STEAlASTEIi 2518-llth Ave. - Opposite Hillside Shopping Centei Open Every Day (Including Sunday) 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. meal. A few tickets are still available at the Senior Citizens' Office. Trips are for members only. The birthday party for those having a birthday in May will ae held on Thursday at 4 p.m. The beautifully decorated cake is furnished by the Business and Professional Women's Club. The Pioneer Strawberry Festival dance will be held on Wednesday, May 27, from 8 p.m. to midnight in the ballroom of the Recreation Center, 710 llth Ave. Music of the 20's will be furnished by the Longmont Trio. Strawberry shortcake will be available throughout the dance. Come and join in celebrating the Greeley Centennial. Pioneer or western dress may be worn. attention in the communications Madden, Lot 15, Block 1, Cot- media as do his own. His explanation of current pol- cy in Cambodia followed the administration line. Throughout the interview, the alk was moderate and the mood sober, with no flashes of Town of Evans, DF $1.49. mmor by either man. The vice president had a tendency to itate positions and ideas, rarely Char Broiled* 'FILLET MIGNON . 1.59 * SIRLOIN 1.49 "PORK CHOPS 1.49 FRIED CHICKEN . 1 . 4 9 'CHOPPED STEAK . 1.19 FRIED SHRIMP . 1 . 4 9 FRIED FISH 1.19 A complete meal i n c l u d i n g Raked Potato or French Fries. Tossed Croon S;dad w i t h Choice, of HressinK, iind Texas Toast. Sihanouk Claims Killing 1,350 Yanks TOKYO (AP) - Prince Noro- dom Sihanouk's Hanoi Head quarters claimed Friday his liberation army forces have engaged American troops in Cambodia, killing or wounding 1,350 of them. The claim was made by the information bureau of the N'a- 'tional United Front of Kampu- .chea, Sihanouk's represnela- ! lives in the North Vietnamese [capital. The Vietnam News Agency (VNA), monitored in Tokyo, said the fighting occurred between May 1, shortly after U.S. troops moved into Cambodia j from South Viclnam, and May! tonwood Village, City of Greeley, DF $4.40. Realty Mortgage and Investments Inc. and Linda R. 33, Block 2, Village Subdivision, to Leonard A. Warehime, Lot Evart F. Claar to Ray H. and Bernice Anthony, Lot 4, Block 15, Clayton's Second Sub- VN'A said the action was in| Ihc Memol area of Kompongj Cham province, close to the, Cambndia-Vietnariv border. ! You Have Seen The World's GREATEST BELLY DANGER Little Egypt On BATMAN, MERV GRIFFIN, JOHNNY CARSON, MIKE DOUGLAS, and the Broadway Hit Show "GIDEON"... now see her live at THE HITCHING POST INN Cheyenne TWO PERFORMANCES NIGHTLY IN THE SHOW LOUNGE SHAKEY'S Join The Fun - Come As You Are N tn I in Friday-Saturday 7-11:30 Sunday 6:30-9:30 · SHAKEY'S · PIZZA · SHX William Tally SMORGASBORD SATURDAY and SUNDAY ALL YOU CAN EAT Serving 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sunday CHOOSE FROM OUR BIG SUNDAY MENU No Extra Charge For Dessert. Includes Drink Meats: Roast Beef, Southern Fried Chicken, Salisbury Steak. Vegetables: Buttered Corn, Buttered Green Beans, Casseroles: Dressing, Scalloped Potatoes and Ham. Gravy: Beef Stlads: Choice of seven delicious salads. SATURDAY MENU SIMILAR TO ABOVE Apple Crisp Tapioca Pudding Jello Delight. Coffee or Tea Child'* Portion, 98c

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