Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 20, 1972 · Page 18
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 18

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In Our Armed Forces Team Judged Best Capl. Arthur W. Bikker, son of Lcighton Bikker of Johnstown, is commander of the M i 1 d e n h a 11 RAF Station, England, Management Engineering Team judged best in the' U.S. Air Forces in Europe. Commended LI. Col. Richard D. Nadeau, son of Mrs. Merna Schrocter, 1539 5th St., has received his second award of the Air Force Commendation Medal at the Naval Air Station, Albany, Ga. Completes Schooling Airman Eslo L. Ludwig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ludwig,.1219 Wilshire Ave., has been graduated at Lowry Air Force Base from the technical training course . for U.S. Air F o r c e material facilities specialists. He is being assigned to Elmendorf' Air Force Base, Alaska. He is a 1970 graduate of West .High School and attended Aims College. Promoted R a n d a l l K . Koersehnan, whose parents, Maj. (USA-Ret.) and Mrs. Nils F. Hallstrom, live a t ' 017 13lh SI., lias been promoted lo Army Spec. 5 while serving- with the 14th Aviation Battalion at Fort Sill, Okla. He is a 1967 graduate of Grceley Central High School and attended the University of Northern Colorado. · .Mason Promoted Frederick P. Mason, a 1970 graduate of the University of Northern Colorado, has been promoted to first lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force. He was commissioned at UNC through the Reserve Officers Training Corps program. In Thailand U. S, Air Force Sr. M. Sgl. Glen E. Kline, son of Carl W. Kline, 406 8th St., is on duty at Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand. Asslgnecfin Japan Marine Pfc. David W. Haywood, son of Mr. and Mrs. WalterjW. Haywood of Eaton, lias reported aboard Marine Corps , Air Station, Iwakuni, Japan, : for duty with the 1st Marine. Aircraft Wing. : , Burr Promoted Douglas B. Burr, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Burr of Starr Route,' Hudson, has .been promoted to airman first class in the U.S. Air Force at Francis E. Warren Air Force Base Wyo. ' Aboard Enterprise Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Bradley J. Embrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Embrey 140 23rd Ave., has reported for duly aboard the nuclear powered aircraft carrier, USS Enterprise in port at Alameda, Calif. Promoted to Sgt. Marine Sgl. Michael R. Jones, son of Mrs. Nancy L, llansen, 1817 2nd Ave,, was promoted lo his present rank while serving with the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing at Cherry Point, \j. In Philippines Marine Lance Cpl. George D. Martinez, son of Mr. and Mrs Ben Martinez, 1112 6th St., has reported for duty at Marine Barracks, Naval Base, Subic Bay, Philippines. Jones Promoted Marine Sgl, Michael R. Jones, husband of Mrs. Donna 0. Jones of Pierce, was promoted Wide Assortment Of New Western Straw Hats We stern Wear 0429th Ave. RETURNS FROM R AND R -- Seaman William D. Ortega, son of Mrs. David Ortega, 301 13th Ave., recently returned from II and H ,lo Acapulco, Mexico. He is stationed aboard Ihe UKS Ogden, at Ix?ng Beach, Calif. Ortega ' joined the Navy in April, 19C8. He nltended Greeley Central-High School. RECRUITER -- Pfc. Barry D. Allison, who enlisted in the Army Ocl. 4, 1371, has been assigned for temporary duty with the Grceley Army Recruiting office from April 19 through April 28, as part o f the "Home Town Recruiter" program. He will be available to talk to young people about the Army. Plant A Winner ACCO 'Hybrid Seed Corn and Hybrid Sorghum GOOD SUPPLIES OF MODERN HYBRIDS AVAILABLE Set or Call one of your following ACCO SEED Dealers: Agland, Inc., Eaton, Colo Northern Feed and Grain, Ealon, Colo. Lucerne Potato Growers, Lucerne, Colo. Leo August, Brush, Colo Farmers Elevator Assn., Roggens, Colo. Victor Klein, Kersey, Colo Gill Elevator, Gill, Colo Bert Rasmussen, Greeley, Co!o. Bob Schwind, Ft. Morgan, Colo. David Wagner, Keenesburg, Colo. Henry Wagner, Brighton, Colo. . Jake Case, Loveland, Colo. .154-2791 . 454-2697 352-3793 .842-4178 849-5204 352-5727 .352-6660 .352-4073 .867-2009 .732-4845 .659-2166 .667-8316 Kreiger Bros., Orchard, Colo. or call collect Bud Mifhoan, Dist. Sales Manager 308-324-2601 Lexington, Nebraska MAKE YOUR HOVE TO A C C O SEED :o his present-rank while ser\v i n g ' w i t h the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, Cherry Point, N.C. On-Apollo Mission Sgt. L«e P, .Kirkpatrick, based at the Win Beaumont Army Hospital, El Paso, Tex., will serve with' (he Medical group of the prime recovery :eam for the Apollo 16 mission on Ihe carrier Ticonderoga, when the astronauts return to earth April 28. He is the son-ln- aw o( Mr. and- Mrs.' Milo Ballinger of Evans. - . Returns From Vietnam Army Spec. 4 Brent L. W. Jones, son of' Mrs. Marian W. Jones, 2141 18th Ave. CL, was one 'of the' last remaining members of .the 101st Airborne Division (Airmobile) 'to depart from Vietnam recently for redeployment to' Fort Campbell, Ky. He is a 1070 graduate of "irceley Central High School. Elcher-in Exercise Sgt. Allen D. Eicher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carol W. Eiclier, 413 27lh Ave., recently par- ticipated'in a giant joint services training exercise at Fort Hood, Tex. .lie is a 1MB graduate of Grceley Central High School. WASHINGTON (AP) House Democrats arc poised for a vote on setting a deadline for American withdrawal from Indochina and condemning U.S. bombing raids in the Hanoi- Haiphong area. Backers and opponents alike p r e d i c t e d the Democratic Caucus would adopt those sentiments today, possibly after adding a clause deploring Hanoi's invasion of South Vietnam. House Dems Ready for Vote On War Pullout Deadline Thurs., April 20, 1972 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 19 ; * ".We've got the voles if we've got a quorum," said Rep. Wil- liarii H'. Anderson, D-Tcnn., a sponsor of the proposal. Before the caucus was a resolution calling for "promptly setting a dale lo lerininute all military involvement in or over Indochina"--and directing Ihe House Foreign Affairs Com- mitlee lo report out a bill witli- in 30 days for accomplishing thai objective. "Tlie recent bombings of North Vietnam," it said, "represent a dangerous escalation of our role in the Indochina war and a direct contradiction of the administration's stated policy of winding down the war." The White House, meanwhile, said Wednesday that President Nixon still will make his next promised troop-withdrawal announcement by May 1, but lias not decided what he will say or how tlie announcement will be made. Secretary of State William P. COMPLETE TRAINING-Army Pvt. Barnard I. Geisick, · left, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben (ieisick, Rt. 1, Crceley, and Pvt. Kobert 1,. Chavez, son of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel B Chavez 823 3rd St., have completed eight weeks of basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Both are 1971 graduates of Grceley Central High School. liogers said "Ihe North Viet narnese arc the culprits," in Ihe intensified fighting, and added lie sees ivj evidence the U.S. bombing will affect Nix- en's upcoming Moscow summit meeting. "We have a tendency to be so self-critical," he said after briefing House members, "that we fail to notice tlie enemy is shelling the cities..killing civilians, violating all Ihe agreements they made wth us." And the Senate conducted the year's' first full-scale debate on the war, with Democrats condemning the renewed bombing of North Vietnam and Republicans backing it. Sen. Barry M. Goldwater, K- Ara., tried 10 gel an Immediate ·pole on a resolution to suppoi* the President's bombing decision end condemn Hanoi's in-| vasion but Ihe Democratic lead-: crship blocked it. · :·· s Goldwaler said the war would have been over before it-start--.. cd if Haiphong harbor had been,, bombed during Ins Kennedy ad-; ministration. If Snvicl shins are 1 ^ hit in Ihe , harbor, Go!dwatct yf! said, "that's too damned bad'/ .. . they have no business in ' Haiphong." . :'.''' Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, !«- Mass., said the bombing "care'/, only add heavily and ncedlessljl!;;: lo the human loll..Sen. Vance'ia Harlke, D-Iml., called Nixon'9'U- present course "a countdown [($·«.' (disaster." '·:!* He'll Love The Curly Look ... of sot! waves framing the face. Graceful curls in a flattering short cut complements today's fashions. If your hairstyle is beginning to look a little dated, let us modernize for a new and lovelier you. Stop in any day tor a free consultation . . or telephone 352-8567. 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