Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 3, 1976 · Page 9
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 9

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Wed.. March3.1976 GREELEY (Colo.) T R I B U N E 9 76 Cancer Four young whoopers arrive in state Crusade goal $1 million 'Boyfriend 1 plays at lYesf Students at West High School rehearse for their upcoming production of "The Boyfriend," a "Hoarin' Twenties" musical spoof. The play, under direction of Dee Cooper, will play at 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday in the West auditorium. The play includes 1C musical numbers and various dances. Cast members include Carrie Cochrane, Steve Turner, Laura Blllehus, Tom Peiffer, Kelly Meakins, Dave Helmer, George West students schedule can, bottle drive to raise funds An aluminum can and deposit an additional $700 to make the bottle drive by 19 students from trip, she said. Greeley West High school is "If persons in the Greeley planned Saturday to raise area have aluminum cans and. money for i June outward- or d'P°sitable bottles they bound river project at Dinosaur OTuld like ta donate . w « ^ge Larsen, Sharon Kreigel, Laurie Green, and Karen Kos. Chorus includes Debbie Coleman, Kathy Anderson, David Saar, Rick Clough, and Randy Murphy, who also is student director. Orchestra group consists of Perry Pollet, Paul Rosin, Marian Hesse, Cliff Frieler, Jolene Reiff, Jeff Shelley, Robin Buuker, Joe Hernandez, Laura Lewallen, Darcy Ullman, Dan Wach, and Peggy Waller. (Tribune photo by Ron Stewart) Elizabeth Kearns named Weld Trustee Slate spokesmen announced Wells in the traditonally Monday that Elizabeth Kearns patronage post, of Greeley has been appointed Public lrus t ees are charged Weld County public trustee by wilh kee P in 8 TM d maintaining m public deeds in the state. al home and when we *" The l, subject to coordinator. We ew b romaa.m.- confirma " on by ihe state Senate would be for a two-year With approximately MOO l p.m. Saturday. The number to 'eTM. Mrs. Kearns, an active already raised through a (35 call for pickup or for additional county Democrat, would per student fee, the group needs information is 356-3904. succeed Republican L. Wayne What do you have for all your better hours? The Monterey Leisure Suit Quality tailoring from EXCLUSIVE SELECTION OF COLORS! Some things have an obvious stamp of quality to them. Like the Monterey leisure suit by Soundings. Casual, but constructed with meticulous care and attention to detail. Featuring a fine fashion double row of stitches with the hc?d needled look on both trousers and jacket. OTHER LEISURE SUITS FROM $31. ff "FOR MEN 813 8th Street A goal of SI million for the 1976 Colorado Crusade has been announced by John Ralston, chairman for this year's state drive. Gov. Lamm has proclaimed April as Cancer Control Month, joining President Ford in recognizing the importance of the work of the society in fighting cancer. Announcement of the goal was made at the State Crusade kickoff meeting March 5 al Denver. Appearing on the program with Ralston were John Connors as emcee; Dr. William R. Nelson, division president; Merrie Lynn Vanderhoof and Don Roberts, special Crusade co-chairmen; Weatherman Bowman and Beverly Martinez, Denver Channel 2 television personalities, and the Rev. Elmo FitzRandolph, Boulder. Nearly 300 key volunteers attended the day-long meeting, highlighted with a tour of some of the cancer research laboratories at the University of Colorado Medical Center. Ralston pointed out the American Cancer Society has in vested somp Sfia?.nrHi in cancer research projects in Colorado for a one year period which began last January, lie emphasized the excellent reputation of key cancer investigators in our stale and the diversity of projects being studied by local researchers. "The final answer to cancer will be found in the research laboratory," Ralston said, "just as we are now finding new effective ways to treat the disease in laboratories and through clinical investigation." MONTE VISTA, Colo. (UPI) -- All four whooping cranes of an experimental new flock in the Rocky Mountains have arrived at a southern Colorado wildlife refuge on their migration back to Idaho. Pele Bryant, manager of the refuge, said the fourth whooper arrived from New Mexico Tuesday. The other three had arrived earlier with their sandhill crane foster pa rents. The whoopers, who spent the winter along the Rio Grande in central New Mexico, will spend the next several weeks in ·Colorado before continuing their migration to another refuge at Gray's Lake, Idaho. The birds, lhe largest wildfowl in North America and an endangered species, were born at the Idaho refuge last summer. They were hatched from eggs taken from the main flock, which winters on the Texas Gulf Coast. 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