Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 22, 1970 · Page 7
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 7

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Facing Evans Man Four Traffic Counts Paul W. Schoeneck, 53, Evans, pleaded innocent at his arraignment in District Court to four traffic charges filed against nim in connection with an accident in Evans May 4 Judge Hugli 11. Arnold continued the case to Sept. 14 for trial setting. -The defendant's bond also was continued to that date. Schoeneck · is charged with two counts of causing injury by driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor and two counts of vehicular assault. j In the first count, he is accused of inflicting bodily injury! on Ramon Aguirre by operating! a motor vehicle in a reckless'! negligent and careless manner' while under the influence of: intoxicating liquor. j In the first vehicular assault; charge, he is accused of inflict-l ing personal injury on Aguirre i Air Handling of First Class Mail Will Be Quietly Halted ed service. The airlines By VERN HAUGLAND AP Aviation Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - The airlines said Wednesday the Post Office Department is quietly discontinuing the movement The Post Office Department dnyied there would be any deterioration of service, saying "We expect no serious, significant ef- 'tal. Over-all service standards will remain good." The regular 10-cent air mail service, which assures a letter of priorit movement by air, will not be affected. First class mail, which now carries a (i-ccnt stamp, has been sent by air on a space-available basis for about three years, afl- lo porlatinn on ; niles or !uss. routes of 750 I HELPED WILL.-YUM WITH HI* HOMEWORK. I GAVE HIM A COOKIE AND A ROOT of first class mail by air on all but the long distance routes. In disclosing the action, the Air Transport Associalion said that if it is prompted by a desire to economize it is "an example of false economy." "it will result in deterioration of the quality of first class mail'er experiments dating back service at the very time when! 195,1. (he U.S. postal service is in, Tipton said in a statement need of improvement," said the that the Post Office Department association's president, Sluarli"wilhout notice to the public" is G. Tipton. (switching back to ground trans- to see SNEA become morei active in teacher education reform. He also said that he feels there is a great need for SNEA to reorganize to implement these goals effectively. Hilgenberg is currently a student teacher at Manual High School in Denver. the 525 U.S. cities served by airlines, the 400 t h a t are served ex- clusivclv by local service lines will be deprived of the expcdit- 1'i-i., May 22, 1970 G R E E L E Y T R I B U N E Pace 7 isistent with good service," he have asked the Post Office to reconsider, Tipton said. The Post Office spokesman said tlie switch from air to ground movement of first class mail, expected to start July 1, is He said this will mean lhal of being j cft lo t h e discretion of the 15 regional directors. They have been instructed to determine "the most economical form of transportation con- said, adding: "This is just one means of allowing liie regions to reduce ^ their costs and live within their budgets." He conceded there may be . ( some slowdowns in delivery, but '! said speedtips in mail handling " and processing elsewhere would keep first class mail moving at . about the same rale as at present. NC Senior Candidate for SNEA Office Mclviii 0. Hilgenberg. Grover-HereforcI News . . . The third and fourth counts' n ..,,_ ,-umc vnruir i are the same as the first two; By MRS ' C H R I S K O E N I t F j Mrs . L . D . Sorensen and except that in them Schoeneck 'Weekend guests in the LeroyjJim Zitek were luncheon guests i senior English major from! is accused of inflicting injury'iRj(.i, a r d s home were Mr. and Monday of a former neighbor,! Longmont at the University of! on Qumno Esquibel. JMrs. A. W. LaRue of Denver. M r s . George Hubble, of; Northern Colorado, anuoiincecl""stnlulion in the bmted States Aguirre and Esquibel, 23, both JMrs. La Rue is a sister of|Greeley. I Wednesday he is a candidateilasl year reached 236 million of 1202 4th Ave., were injuredlrjjchards. I Mr and Mrs Bob BrezealcJfor the office of president of : gallons, the seventh consecutive when a ear driven by Aguirre: ]e te Hilzer is a patient inhere' in Fort Morgan Sunday Student N a t i o n a l Education' record year for wine sales. aiMore U.S. Wine Sold i - Wine c A M bA ' N and a station wagon driven byjweld County General Hospital, at in Evans | en ( 0rnt | Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Roth and ichildrcn and Bill Davis were to see their new granddaughter. born to Brazeale of New Raymer. The Schoeneck collided Street and U.S. 85 aboul 10:12 p.m. May. 4. Esquibel received head and: gucs ( s Sunday in the home of named Lisa Ann. leg injuries and Aguirre a IIOSC'M,-. and Mrs. Gary Roth near and Mrs. Bill injury. Wellington. Grover-Ilereford SNEA has 125,000 members, making it Hie largest student baby, born May 17, has been (organization in the country. Hilgenberg, immediate past- president of the Student Colo- Lions Club Fresh Hearing Aid Batteries Gilbert Rexall Stores. . --Adv. Look ' Years Younger With... Slenderize Your Waist . . . firm Your Figur* Wh«r» It Counts Free Demonstration C a l l : All Purnosc Rental 353-1540 If your fl|Ur« lin'l b«e*mta| I* you, you thould b« coming 1e ui. Association (SNEA). I /.*». U«»^. held ils regular dinner meeting Loose Money j Mond , ly n h , a , REC ,. mcs SYDNEY (AP) -- At (he an-! 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