Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 12, 1962 · Page 2
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Ktrsty Farm BurMu T* Elect Officers at Mtttintj en Thursday Tne Kersey Community Farm Bureau will meet at 8 pin. Dec. 13. in the Kersey Town Hall. Larry Kirk, of radio station KFKA, will show color slide* of the Kentucky Statt Fair. A discussion will follow on civil D. H. Lawrence Biographer Joins Faculty at CU BOULDER - Dr. Harry T. Moore, new member of the"l'ni-[ ---»- -· --»" unuuru v* ui^ . in-· cuucu / 4UU live VUUcCTJOuS 01 versity of Colorado English fac-j Lawrence writings and letters ulty, is perhaps best known at!.Moore is preparing a critical the moment -- m many circles -as the biographer of D. H. Law rence. .- um.uooivu 1*111 ivuun uu £1Y11 TM««i« o^l cujuc ui JUAJll; If] OUK?J defense and how it affects the of his literary interests he feels Kersey area. This ./ill be con- are equally important. Moore is a teacher of literature, a prolific writer, and an ouUiand- . . ducted by Herm-r Cross of Kersey. mittee will be followed by elec- business will be held and , c freshments will be served to com plete the meeting. All Farm Bureau members and ·ny others interested in either «tate fairs or civil defense are urged to aUend. Restaate" (Lawrence travel cal- jendar) and five collections o! ample his account of John dos Passos's "Midcentury" from the New York Times Book Review - - was reprinted last summer in the study of Lawrence as a writer United States Information Serv- It's a distinction Moore gladly would set aside in justice to other and another edition of selected works. But the other books in process will attest to equally intense interests elsewhere in literature. Two will be on William Butler · a £i.viu«. niitci, oiiU Oil UULSitUIU' A report of the nominating com- ing critic of American and Eng lished letters to and from Lady - lish literature. He came to CU - . e came o lion of officers for 1963. Other this year from Southern Illinois BELGRADE - Merchants of Yugoslavia are concerned at the iuccess of the European Common Market. University. A look at the subject matter of the books for which he has definite writing plans gives a good · ! ndication of Moore's range of scholarship. True, two will continue his Lawrence focus. In addition to his already published "Life and Works of D. H. Lawrence." "The Intelligent Heart" (personal-life biography of Lawrence), "Poste AQUARIUM SPECIAL Complete aquarium a-semb!y from $12i50 and up 3 FREE Goldfish with each aquarium assembly. ANDERSON SEED COMPANY 710 9th Avenue 353-0188 ices quarterly, the "American Review," publisned in New Demi, India. Moore was born in Oakland. Calif., 54 years ago and lived in Panama and England for some Yeats, including Yeat' unpub- time before earning a bachelor regory. Some of Moore's plan- of Chicago in 1934 and becoming MEMORY-MAKINLGIFTS ned volumes will be critical surveys and histories of JOth century European and American literature. Kay Boyle, American writer whom Moore terms "the most neglected good author now writing." is the subject of one of the forthcoming books. Also in preparation is a critical biography of Lawrence Durrell. Earlier, Moore published "The World of Lawrence Durrell," a collection of critical essays and reviews on Durrell's writings. Other previous works by Moore are '"Hie Novels of John Steinbeck," translation with Karl W. Deutsch of Karl Jaspeis' "Tragedy Is Not Enough," co-publication with Deutsch of Lewis Mumford's "The Human Prospect" and "Selected Letters of Rainer Maria RUke." An additional literary undeitak- ing dear to Moore's heart is the new "Crosscurrents: Modern Critiques" series of the Southern Illinois University Press, begun this year. Moore is edito- for the series, in which nine volumes on modern authors have appeared and another 15 are in preparation. Until coming to Colorado in August Moore also WPS literary director of "Focus/Midwest." published in St. Louis for writers in the Middle West. He still is an As a regular reviewer for the New York Times Book Review and the Saturday Review, and a sometimes reviewer for many oth er publications. Moore has con- Sheriff and Council Plan Weld Child Safety Program of philosophy from the University a free-lance writer. He taught at the Illinois Institute of Technology and Northwestern University, receiving a master's degree from the latter in 1942. In the U. S. Army Air Force from 1M2 tn 1937, Moore advanced to the rsnk of lieutenant colonel. His final year he was a public relations lecturer for the air force. Since then Moore has taught at the Babson Institute and Southern Illinois. Columbia and New York Universities, traveled in France and England, held two Guggenheim Fellowships, and served for a year as president ot the College English Association. Moore received his dortorate from Boston University in 1951. He was elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature of Great Britain in 1932, joining such personages as Winston Churchill, Somerset Maugham. Graham Greene, C. P. Snow. John Masc- ic and parochial. rom kindergarten Noel Coward, Edith Sit- Rebecca West and Enid field. well, Starkie. Moore's scholarship on Lawrence led to a summoning telephone call from author-critic John Ciardi a year ago and a resulting flying trip by Moore to Lawrence's ranch near Taos, N. M. There a film was made with considerable footage of Ciardi and Moore discussing Lawrence's work, for CBS-TV's "Accent" program last Dec. 30. 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The manuals point out various ways in which accidents occur and demonstrate methods to avoid them. They are designed so that they can be cither read or in the county woo ride, a bus to school. understood pictures. through T. Wvx Also 1S.8W pamphlets vu the subject of child molesting will be printed and one of these will be distributed to every school child up to and inrluding high school students. Special "yardstick kits." a visual education Hem. also will be distributed to kindergarten pupils and retarded children. The program also includes providing ea'.-h school in the county a set of 10 large safety posters. A poster illustrating a different safety situation is tsA to (he schools each month under this phase of the program. Safety Aw*r* Additionally a safety award for one child in each room of each Renamed To Racing Post DENVER API-B« T. Fw- ma, tag time Coi«r»de minfef executive. »M re*ppoint*d Tvm- I* tot SUtc lUci.« CaHBit- sia* by Gov. Steve McNiehoU. 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Mrs. Dodge said the entire safety program coils 40 cents child Money to finance It is being railed by public donations, mostly from local merchants. Names of contributors will be printed on the safety pamphlets that will be distributed Mri. Dodge will be in Greeley for about a month contacting merchants in regard t. their support- ONLY THE INSIDE LOOK PROVES IT! Orilmrr liwttlt witch Cirmlli hit I llni jiwlM 4m Mt luvl jewtlcd mow. movemlnt, pollthttf pticl* ·ml, jut chop nKhlut llon-fUUd pjrti to Kim itroprt mtil puts. lwi-lliti«lKCuriUimlc«. A PRODUCT Of BULOVA For the first time you can own a fine jeweled timepiece at the price you ordinarily pay for a pin- lever watch. Only CARAVELLE, with world-wide resources and know-how can bring you such precision accuracy and quality craftsmanship at such low cost. jhlet on but safety to every child ested in showing them. All schools of the county, as well u Sheriff helves according to their own- films can be obtained by contact ing the program and getting the ing either one of the schools or program under way. chool of thought, country of ori- Mrs. Dodge observed Thursday [Uainted with individual books in that aspirin is the No. lis great "working" collection-- in homes and pointed can put his hand virtually at nee on the source of a desired passage. Moore does his writing in a asement "hideaway" at bomi urrounded by a record player an tack qf records, piles of book nd manuscripts, and one to fiv cats who feel free to drape their elves over any part of the su oundings. Wf FIATVMI HEAD THf MOII TAUIB AlOUt Ml ON WHY SlOfI... iviirwHtii M TW WOUiX Whitl Chain Walkers Salt* · Rentals Believing that some time Is 00 WHERE SERVICE IS RON'S TV needed to give perspective OK the worth of contemporary writings, Moore limits his CU course on the modern American novel to the 1D20-1940 penod. 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