Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 3, 1962 · Page 11
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 11

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, December 3, 1962
Page 11
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yti*. / · 7-*^TI^ ·,""""" - » » ' · * - - .- t * ;VC - · _ J*;.ttKM * · . _ "4Mfr »***«. v*. ·**-· s^T"~':~: .~r* ·**"- · «.. «?»»i 3, 1X2 tiKEELKY TRIBLNK ?»ge 11 al Euctlivt Co«imillt« suet 1*4. Also at ti* national lew'., us »ork has iocluM lenke as iic? chairman of UK National Membership and Fast Activities Commute, in various capacities wife tbe National fWiaW Corammwo, on tbc advisory evm- mittt* to the oatiooal commander, « the liwion committee of tht National laUrnal Affairs Commission, a member of the Kcto- utms Suocomnu lice. t o d i member of the National Reorganization Committee. Interests of Powers, in addition o his Legion and other civic ac- ivity, include membership in the Macon Community Concert Association, Macon Little Theater, Georgia Matter 4-H Club, Georgia Farm Bureau, aad the Depart-! meat Service Oiliccrt Association. Powers HM bora July M. UN. ui Lorane, Ga. He lues in Mao*, aud is married to the former Miss Catherine McCamy. of Rome. ',*. Tnev have one son, James E. Pwers. Jr.. and two grandchil- oren. r \ U» THI 1HMUNI WMTT »·» HATS CLEANED BLOCKED Will not run COOK'S YOU CANT FOLLOW THIS BOUNCING BALL - Youngsters en the playground at Franklin School in West Greeley »ere Understandably dismayed when their basketball flew over the fence onto U.S. 34. Trucks and cars came in drovei. Then there was a loud p o p . . . and no more basketball. Tribune photo by Jiu Hitch. Legion's National Commander Will Attend Colo. Mid-Year Conference The Colorado American Legion Mid-Year Conference will be held in Denver Dec. 8 and S at Legion Post No. 1.1370 Broadway. National Commander James E. Powers will be present it the conference, which is open to all Legionnaires. Rcgistra'.ion begins at 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 8. Virtually all Department committees will meet Saturday morning. The Colorado Past CommA.xterj Club will meet at noon Saturday. There will also b» a child welfare luncheon at UK tame time, Regular session* of both the Legion and Auxiliary will open at 1:30 from 5:30 lo 6:30 Saturday there will be a recc-ptkm in honor ef National Commander Powers. Tbe conference banquet will start at «:* p.m. Memorial services will be hold at 9 a.m. Sunday. Dec. 9, and tin- Legion conference will reconvene at 10 a.m. Adjournment is ex- ptcUd about noon Sunday. Powers, 52, of Macon. Ga.. was elected national commander of the American Ix-gion in a stirring climax to the organisation's Mill annual national convention in Las Vegas, Nov., Oct. ii. IJKH. He succeeds Charles I,. Bacon, of Kansas City. Mo. Powers, who is manager of the Macon clficc of the Georgia State Department of Veterans Affairs. l» the Bocond Georgian to hcail th« world's largest veterans organization, the first having Eirle. Cockc Jr., UMO-SI'. Powers was educated in the public tchooli of Mflcon and Bibb County, Ga., am) later attended Mtrcer University in Macon. In addition to his association with tire Georgia Veteran* Service Depart menl. Powers is a farmer, and a 1 one time served as a credit man ager for the Shentin William- Company. A veteran of World Wnr II Powers had served with Ihe Ma con Volunteers of Ihe Georgia No tional Guard, one ol the nalion'fij oldest organized National fiuart'i. units, prior lo entering Ihe Arrm ' on April 13, 1944. He served ovt-i- was in the Asiatic-Pacific Theater, and holds the Philippine Lib- erstion niblran with (wo I'runrc stars, and saw service with the Army of Occupation in Japan. He via commissioned « second lien- also has served as co-chairman of the Keep Georgia Green Com mittee and tbe National Employ the Phyficalrjr Handicapped Com mittee, and hai been active ii Boy Scouting at a Koutmaiter and troop commissioner. An active Legionaire s i n c e 1946, Powers is a member ot Macon Post No. 74, The American Legion, having Mrved his Post in many capacities, including three terms as post commander, and as I post service officer from 1946 to dale. He also has served !he American Ltgioo of Georgia both as member and chairman of many important committees, as junior and senior department vice-commander, and as department com- raandsi- i!951-52. Powers has served as Georgia' representative to the Legion's Na ShrMMed Foam Rubber OUT THEY GO! 60-1962 Bin Papers Choice of Colors Designs Fashion^Lok v RUNLESS STRETCH Evtry Dt*ign SUNFAST Mart Art Wattrfast For Stuffing Toys Roll Jimx I. Powtfi tenant in ! 943, and returned to a ;scrvc status with the rank ofil lieutenant in IWfi. Poweri has long been active in! ivic affairs, and is a member of|| herokec Heights M e t h o d i s t LI). 50c ___________ 2 ^ 95c Church and has served as presi-j| "18 8th Av». fnt of tin.' men's Bible class. 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