Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 4, 1976 · Page 12
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12 GREELEY (C«to.) TRIBUNE TO«rt., Mirth 4,1»7I Creative Arts Center schedules open house Friday The Community Creative Arts Center, 1508 8th Street, is hosting an open house Friday. The Center will be open to the public from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Activities Include (ours of the facilities and display of work done by student: during the winter session. At 7 p.m. music and art students will give a recital, acquainted wilh the center, followed at 8 p.m. by demonstrations in weaving, batik. Staff members will be on March 24 for spring houw hand all day to answer cleaning, but cltsses will questions and help visitors get The Creative Arts Center will stained glass, and other crafts, be closed March 8 through resume March 29. March S4-Z7 is registration for the spring session. Intereited personi may call 353-6365. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SEMINAR -- About 85 firemen, law officers, ambulance attendants and medical technicians attended a two-day Hazardous Materials Seminar at the Holiday Inn in Greeley Tuesday and Wednesday. Here · the men watch a slide presentation of handling tankers carrying hazardous materials. (Tribune photo by Mike Peters) 85 learn about handling hazardous materials f i r e m e n , law officials, and discussed by the more than were cargo tanks, radioactive hazardous materials disaster ambulance attendants and 85 persons in attendance at the materials,explosives, tactics of medical technicians from Hazardous Materials Seminar fighting fires involving around northern Colorado and southern Wyoming learned about the handling of hazardous materials in emergency situations during a two-day seminar at Greeley's Holiday Inn Tuesday and Wednesday. Among the topics presented La Salle man files $250,000 injury suit Gunther has top Toastmasters speech Tuesday Speaking on the topic 'Is A Rt. 2, U Salle, man has filed suit in District Court for $250,000 in damages in connection with injuries he claims to have received when he fell to the ground from the lop of fish tanks mounted on a truck trailer. The plaintiff is Agustin Democracy Killing Itself?" Valencia. Named as defendants Gene Gunther was chosen as in the complaint are Alvin E. the best prepared speaker Dunn and Caribou Trout Ranch during the meeting of the Inc -' as Idaho corporation. Valencia owns and opeates a fish-farming business near La Salle. The complaint states that last Aug. 14, Dunn arrived at the Valencia place to deliver a load of fish, driving a large tractor-trailer truck with fish tanks mounted on the trailer. The complaint claims that, during the delivery, Dunn Greeley Evening Toastmasters Club Tuesday at the Farm Fare Cafeteria. The other prepared speaker was Paul Hendren, whose subject was "Heritage." Gary Christensen, who evaluated Gunter's talk, was voted the best evaluator of the evening. Hendren's talk was evaluated by Bob Widlund, who "quested Valencia to climb to also served as general the top of the fish tanks to assist evaluator. nim "nd also to inspect the fish Hendren, president of the for approval prior to accepting club, presided at the business ° e delivery. session and introduced the '" attempting to comply toastmaster of the evening, lvilh Dunn's request, Valencia Tom smith. *»s severely injured when he Christensen served as topic- Ml from the top of the fish tank master, Topics were discussed lo tne ground, the complaint by Hendren, Smith, Gunther **?*· and Widlund, with the latter Alleging his fall was the being chosen the winner. resu11 of negligence by Dunn, The club meets each Tuesday the P 1 " 1 """ dams his injuries evening except the second one have caused hira to suffer tolal of the month at the Farm Fare, physical disability, mental and physical pain, severe losses in his earning capacity and business profits, an inability to engage in the normal enjoyment of life, and resulted in his incurring hospital and other medical expenses. In a second cause uf action. In the courts DISTRICT COURT 6 Dissolutions Granted Six dissolution of marriage the complaint says that, ac- petitions were filed in District cor djng to the plaintiff's in- Court. They were: Mrs. Pauline L. Torres, 917 A. St., against Jose S. Torres. They were married in Greeley Jan. 24 of this year. Mrs. Anna M. Rodriguez, 1103 7th St. E., against Jesse J. Rodriguez, Commerce City. They were married in Greeley Aug. 15, 1970, and have one child. Mrs. Mary Lou Macias, Erie, against Jose Noe Macias. Married at Brighton June 13, 1973, they have one child. Mrs. Elfriede Erika Arnold, 3105 W. 5th St., against Donald Lee Arnold, also 3105 W. 5th St. They were married April 23, 1961, at Boulder and have three children. Mrs. Janice Livingston Newbould, 2304 Mountair Lane, against Ronald F. Newbould, Fort Collins. They were married Dec. 31, 1974, at Cheyenne and have no children. Julius Carlson, Thornton, against Mrs. Cecil Carlson, HI. 1, Berthoud. They were married at Loveland Feb. 21, 1921, and have no children. AIUSTOTLE IN STANFORD, Calif. (UPI) Prof. James 0. Urmson of Oxford noted in a lecture at Stanford University that the philosophy of Aristotle is now enjoying renewed interest on the part of students. He attributes this to the recent emphasis on analytic philosophy, which attempts to clarify and analyze everyday life and concepts. Drive Shaft Problems In Your Car? Rebuilt guaranteed drive shafts in stock: '64-'74 Cadillacs '71.-74 Olds U and n '68-'74 Uncolns '71-74 Buick Electras '71.'74 Impalaii Bel Airs '71-'74 Pontiacs ·68-'74T.Birds Immediate Installation 90 Day Guarantee Andersen's Sales I Salvage Mile E. on 8lh St., 352-7797 NOTICE THE CITY OF GREELEY I Forestry Division wishes to remind residents that it is illegal according to state law and Greeley ordinance to possess any dead or dying Elm wood. This includes firewood and dead or declining trees. Fines can be imposed for possession. PLEASE HELP. Dutch Elm Disease control depends upon your cooperation. For additional information please call 353-4123 ext.M7. formation, Dunn either wholly owns or principally owns the stock of Caribou Trout Ranch. It further contends that, at the time of Valencia's fall, Dunn was acting as a principal of, an employe of or an agent of the Caribou company. Trial of the case to a jury was requested by the plaintiff. procedures, tactics of law enforcement and handling liquid gas emergencies. Conducting the seminar was Denver Police Detective Darrel Behrendson, who recently conducted (he same type of seminar in Denver. The members of the seminar were shown films, slide shows, lectures, and received numerous p n m p h l e t s and brochures concerning ' t h e handling of hazardous material emergencies. 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