Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 31, 1977 · Page 7
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 7

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, May 31, 1977
Page 7
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j. Jack LeCuyer named White House Fellow by President Tues..May31.1977 GBEELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 7 MARMADUKE® by Brad Anderson OUTSTANDING VICA STUDENTS -- Six members of the Greeley Central High School Vocational Industrial Club of America (VICA) who participated recently in the Colorado VICA conference are, from left, Bill Meyer, Johnny Archuleta, Mark Steward, Greg Schneider, Rodger Geisick and Monty Loftus. (Tribune photo by Fred Mendenhall) Win three of top four places Greeley VICA students place in Skill Olympics Bill Meyer, Rodger Geisick and Mark Steward, all of Greeley Central High School, placed first, third and fourth respectively in the Colorado State Vocational Industrial Club of America (VICA) Skill Olympics in the auto parts division. Greg Schneider' of Greeley West High School was elected VICA representitive for Region Three of the state. The VICA leadership conference was held in Colorado Springs earlier this spring and a contingent of 15 students from Greeley Central and West high schools, along with the two VICA advisors spent three days attending organizational meetings and skill conferences. The students met other VICA members from all over Colorado at the conference. VICA is the largest vocationally oriented youth organization -its more than 6,000 Colorado members are committed to leadership and citizenship development. The Greeley Central chapter has more than 50 members and its membership is open to all vocational auto mechanics students. In addition to the auto parts contestants, Monty Loftus, a junior at Central and second place regional auto mechanics winner, participated in the state Skill Olympics. He competed against senior auto mechanic students from.across the slate. Although he didn't place this year, Loftus and other juniors will return to the next conference. Johnny Archuleta, a senior and VICA reporter, competed in the job interview competition. Armed with a resume and applicaton, Archuleta underwent an hour of questions, answers and human relations input. The other representatives who participated were Scott Anderson, Gene Carlson, John Carr, Tim Coalman, Alan Fahrenbrugh, Phil Halverson, Dale Henry, Tom Potter "and Doug Reed. Auto mechanics instructors Don Bopp and Mike Hammerberg congratulated the students on their participation, conduct and skill at the conference. Both said the boys had done an excellent job. After their return to Greeley, the club presented Bopp an appreciation award for his voluntary work for the students and the club. At the quarterly meeting of the Auto Mechanics Advisory Committee, made up of Greeley area businessmen, the students were present as Geisick was awarded a plaque recognizing his high achievement in auto mechanics. He was named the auto mechanic student of the year and was praised by Bopp for his work as VICA president. The advisory committee is made up of Ralph Gould and Bob Chinn, Parr Auto Parts; Andy Root. Weld County Garage; BobSwelzig, Swetzig's Auto World; Van Krantzenstein and Ron Walker, Garnsey and Wheeler, and Steve Ley of Edwards Chevrolet. Former Greeley resident Major Jack A. LeCuyer, 34, of West Point, N.Y., an instructor in economics and international relations at the U.S. Military Academy, is one of 14 1977-78 White House Fellows, appointed by President Carter. The Fellows were chosen from among 1,334 applicants and were screened by 11 regional panels. The President's Commission interviewed 37 national finalists before recommending the 14 persons to the President. They begin their year of service with the Federal Government on Sept. 1. In addition to their educational assignments with the Vice President, members of the Cabinet and members of the White House staff, the Fellows participate in an extensive seminar program that typically includes some 300 off-record sessions with top government officials, scholars, journalists, and leaders from various other segments of private life. Leadership, intellectual and professional ability, and a commitment to community and nation are the broad criteria employed in the selection process. LeCuyer is a Major in Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army. Born in Kansas, he was reared in Colorado, graduating in 1960 from Greeley Central High School with an appointment to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. He was graduated in 1966 as a Distinguished Cadet from West Jones will head UNC programs office By UNC NEWS SERVICE Dr. Willard Jones was named May 27 to head the University of Northern Colorado Sponsored Programs Office. Approval of the administrative shift and reorganization of the fund- seeking office was given by UNC's Board of Trustees. Jones is being reassigned from a post as associate director of the School of Special Union Colony Pioneer Society to meet Saturday The Union Colony Pioneer Society will have its annual meeting at noon Saturday at the First Congregational Church, 16th Street and 21st Avenue. A lunch will be served, and the program entitled "History of Early Churches in Greeley" will be presented by Wilma Scott. Interested persons or prospective members should call reservations to Mrs. Earl Faulkner, 352-1967, or 353-0647. Education and Rehabilitation. The move, according to Dr. Barbara Mickey, is being made " to provide better service to and to encourage members of the University community^in seeking enrichment funds from. f e d · · · · · · · - · · ' : Dr. Mickey told the trustees that Jones will be responsible for the reorganization of the office, including the definition of more specific services to faculty in the areas of iden- tification of funding sources, consultation in the preparation of grant proposals; and other matters related to grant- seeking activities. ./Former Sponsored Programs Director Helen Lundstrom will remain with the. office "arid participate in the work closely with Jones · in the reorganization. Her title and job description will be defined through the reorganization. Jones, 50, has been with UNC since 1973 and has served as associate director of the special education school since that appointment. He received a bachelor's and master's degree from Kansas State- Teachers College and a doctor, of education from the University of Wyoming. He has worked as a secondary school teacher and elementary principal and at one time was a · professor of elementary education and administration at Wyoming. -Marriage licenses- CASH L,JTMfbir_..,__,,. SCRAP Copper and Brass Wcighed oh Certified Scales Andersen's Sales Salvage 1 Mile East on Bin St., 352-7797 ". ~XJunk Cars Picked'Up' Modest Charge May 23 Ricky Paul Berry, 2218 8th St., Karen Louise Betz, 2525 15th Ave. ft. Stephen Michael Edgett, 2702 23rd St., and Debra Lynn Rogers, 2219 8th Ave. Lanen Wane Horner, Evans, and Connie May Laws, 1017 19th Ave. Carmer Carl Califano Jr., Lakewood, and Paula Diane Stanley, Evans. Marc William Bacon and Beth Ann Wurst, both of 1600!i 13th Ave. Stephen Dwight Dalbey, 1725 18th Ave., and Betty' Elane Widner, Eaton. .May 24 Mark David Randall, La Salle, and Cynthia Ann Wheeler, 1731 28lh St. Celestino Roybal and Elizabeth Navarro, both of Fort Collins. Mark Robert Thompson, Littleton, and Barbara Eileen Plait, 1420% 15th Ave. David Earl Cox and Debra Joy Myers, both of Greeley. Melvin Fred Stratton and Rae Ann Todd, both of 203 16th Ave. Cl. William Scott Simms, Pueblo, and Cheryl Ann Hesketh, Park Ridge, 111. May 25 Jan Wilheim Sundquist, 2146 30th St., and Marsha Lynn Young, 1926 9lh Ave. Jack Stewart Prather and Frances Jean Chance, both of 2420 Reservoir Rd. Daniel Lee Draper and Dorice Louise Ball, both of Briggsdalc. May 26 John Trafford Blake and Janelle Lee Grinols, both of 2408 Reservoir Rd. Steven William Rutz, Evans, and Nancy tee Posselt, 2135 28th St. Darrell Joe Timm, Grover, and Evelyn Anne Bowen, Pine Bluffs, Wyo. Wayne David Potter, 2001'A 7th Ave., and Lisa Diane Wilson, 829 17th St. Rodney Kent Weimer and Rhonda Sue Brumgardt, both of Kersey. May 27 Richard Frederick Carter, 728 12lh St., and Lisa Ann Meiby. 1919 8th Ave. Jerry Reed Keever, 2641 llth Ave., and Carol Ann Nuss, 2520 21st Ave. Ct. Robert Ixjwis Sanderson, 1832 Lakeside Dr., and Vicki Sue Hall, 1201 26th Ave. Troy Charles Edwin Giffin and Teresa Ann Robbins, both of 516 22nd St. Jody Kingston and Cynthia Gale Mestas, both of 432 28th Ave. Ct. Richard Vargas and Karen Lynn Jaenke, both of 2458 1st Ave. Dennis Bart Dalton, La Salle, and Leanne Marie Skadhurg, Midvale, Utah. Craig Whiting Smith, 2128 28lh Ave. Ct., and Anne Miller Wilson, Denver. We Still Make Rubber Stamps · Over-Night Service on most orders · Priced right THE GREELEY DAILY TRIBUNE Phone 352-0211 Mjke your nucs the envy of ymir eniire ncijjhhiirhmKl A rose cart! program hnill .irnunJ llii-i excellent fond is Itic key to success Nut (inly nourishes ynur roses. htil ntntjins syMcmic act if in invcticiJc In protect fertHome,|t!3 your ECOLOGICAL choice 714 10th St. · 353-0188 Point. As an Olmstead Scholar, he earned an M.P.A. from Harvard's School of Government and a Dottore in Science Polltiche from the Universita degli Studi di Firenze, Italia. He was an honor graduate from the Army's Command and General Staff College in 1976. Maj. LeCuyer has served in troop units in the United States and the Republic of Vietnam, where he commanded combat engineer troops and was a battalion operations officer. He served on a special study group for the Vice-Chief of Staff of the Army to develop a means of relating the combat training readiness of the U.S. Army to resource inputs. He is a registered professional engineer and has been project engineer at Gathright Lake Project, a major flood control project in Virginia. Currently Maj. LeCuyer is a member of the National Ski Patrol, debate coach, assistant professor in economics and international relations and executive secretary for the Student Conference on U.S. Affairs at West Point. His military awards include five Bronze Stars, five Air Medals, the Army Commendation Medal, and the Purple Heart. He is active in the Episcopal Church and is a licensed lay reader. He is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. LeCuyer, formerly of Greeley and now of Estes Park. "Do I have to back away or is it sate to turn and run?" . . LoCdl WOmCHI WIDS Mrs. Rith Buss, 2635 16th Hospital Center, Los Angeles. 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