Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 2, 1977 · Page 8
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1 GREELEY(Colo.)TRIBUNE Than.,Jane i. ARMY NAVY hi the Armed Forces Sfltclfd for training Airman Cory G. Truitt, son of .Mrs. Linda N. Janssen of 3122 W. 5th St., Greeley, has been selected for technical training at Sheppard AFB, Tex., in the Air Force aircraft maintenance field. The airman recently completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex., and studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. Completion of CoryG.TruiU this training earned the individual credits towards an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Truitt is a 1977 graduate of Greeley Central High School. Assigned to Lowry Airman Eugene M. LaRue Jr., son of retired Air Force Technical Sergeant Eugene M. LaRue of Layton, Utah, has been assigned to Lowry AFB, Colo., after completing Air Force basic training. Airman LaRue will now receive specialized training in the supply field. His wife, Catherine, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schmidt, 517 Maple St., Eaton. Carneskl promoted Richard Carneski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Boleslaus CarnesU of 11 Wllkes-Barre, Pa., has been promlted to staff sergeant in the U.S. Air Force. Carneskl, an administrative specialist, is assigned at Francis E. Warren AFB, Wyo., with a unit of the Strategic Air Command. The sergean'ts wife, Janice, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell H. Johnston of Windsor. Boyles cited Special recognition in his unit at Offutt AFB, Neb., has been accorded to Airman First Class Ronald E. Boyles. Boyles, an image-interpretation specialist, was selected Outstanding Airman of the Quarter in recognition of exemplary conduct and duty performance. He is assigned to the 5«th Aerospace Reconnaissance Wing, a part of the Strategic Air Command. Boyles' wife, Ruby, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kerns of 1111 25th St., Greeley. Bright promoted David N. Bright son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert H. Bright of 2110 GlenfairDr'., Greeley, has received his first promotion in the U.S. Air Force. Bright, promoted to airman, recently completed technical training at Chanute AFB, HI., and is now assigned at Beale AFB, Calif., as a jet engine mechanic with a unit of the Strategic Air Command. The airman is a 1976 graduate of Greeley Central High School. Maes completes course Marine Lance Cpl. Casey D. Maes, son of Ruth E. Maes of 818 E. 18th St., Greeley, has completed the Ground Radio Repair Course at the Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School, Twentynine Palms, Calif. ' During the 15-week course, he learned to operate, maintain and repair radio equipment currently used by Marine Corps ground units. He studied AM, FM and single-side band radios, and gained proficiency in preventive and corrective maintenance procedures. Maes is presently serving at the Marine Corps Communication Electronics School, Marine Corps Base, Twentynine Palms, Calif. A 1976 graduate of Greeley Central High School, he Joined the Marine Corps in March 1976. Texas assignment Selected for instruction in the civil engineering mechanical and electrical field at Sheppard AFB, Tex., after completing basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex., is Airman Brian T. Eddy, son of Mrs. Patricia L. Richards of Fort Lupton.' During the six weeks at Lackland, the airman studied the Air Force mission, WHEN YOU NEED fl LITTLE ELBOW ftOOffl, LEAN ON US! Brian T.Eddy organization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. Completion of this training earned the individual credits towards an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Eddy is a 1976 graduate of Fort Lupton High School. Home on leave Army Sgt. Roy Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Edwards of 22314th St., is home on leave after serving two and one-half years as a power train helicopter ' repairman at Stuttgardt, Germany. A 1973 graduate of Central High School, Edwards will report for duty at Ft. Ord, Calif., where he will be a senior helicopter repairman. Edwards, who joined the Army in 1974, has just re-enlisted for another three years. . We carry all the materials you'll need to: ROD fl Room, CONVERT fl CflRflGE INTO fl FflmiLY ROOftl, FINISH fl BRSEmENT, OR flN flTTIC Whatever project you have in mind, our trained sales people can offer you a few helpful. suggestions that could save you a lot of time and frustrations. weld county lumber co. u. s. highway 85 · lasallc phone 284-5515 BARKAHWCAHO. New social services rule may up costs, Weld officials say Weld County officials aren't happy with a proposed state social services rule which might add to the county's cost of caring for a small group of children with severe physical or emotional problems. At issue is a proposed regulation by the State Social Services board which might increase the county's share of costs for caring for the children, who - are housed in institutions outside the county. Eugene McKenna, county social services director, said intent of the proposed regulation appears to be to encourage counties to find facilities for the children near their homes. · But, he said, that's often difficult with severely disabled children. · . At present, the county department has found homes for five severely disabled children outside the county. One of those children, for example, is a 10-year-old girl who is deaf, blind, autistic and has emotional difficulties. "I don't argue with the idea that we should develop local resources for these children," McKenna said. "We just do not have the local resources that would take care of these kids and.their special needs." At the very least, McKenna said, he hopes (he state board will allow Weld County to keep the children in their present facilities on the same level of funding -- 80 per cent state, 20 per cent county -- as the past. If the rules changes are approved, McKenna said costs to Weld County might be about 51,200 a month. Those funds would come from property tax revenue. "It's not a big deal in terms of money, but it establishes a principle we would like to see changed," he said. The proposed change might require the county to devote more of its funding originally intended for caseworkers to care of the children. Commissioner Leonard Roe, who is scheduled to meet with -state officials on the question this week, said he believes the proposed regulation could be "quite a burden" for the county. Need some work done? The Youth Service Bureau and the Salvation Army Down Below Youth Center this summer will operate Rent-A- Kid program: Designed to give temporary summer employment to the youth of Weld County, YSB is looking for people in the community who have full or part time jobs available they would' consider offering a youth. These jobs could range from farm work to painting, yard 'work, babysitting, household chores. "You name it and we will find a qualified youth to help you. The job can be weekly, daily or even hourly," said Paul Barr of the YSB. If you have any type work or job that you would like help in this summer contact the Youth Service Bureau at 351-6100 or stop, by 801 8th St. Or you can contact the- Salvation Army Down Below Youth Center, 1119 6th St., 353-1441. 1 June Sales Parade A real shirt kick! s at 2.12pff. 488 CLEARANCE SALE Ariens 2 hp Tiller R eg . $ 2 M.95 Sale '169.95 Ariens 3 hp Tiller . 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Regularly 87 Look athletic without even moving a muscle. Get colorful short slenvc rugby knits of soft, absorbent cotton and rugged, shape-holding polyester. Dashed with solid white knitted collar and 3-button placket front. Pick from many handsome color combinations. At Wards now in men's sizes S, fiti L, XL. Sale Ends Saturday Men's underwear gives comfort, long wear. ti-r'Pima nittun. lini-k.TsS.XL Nt-at. nuw flails with tunm'l belt loop* and nmtnisl stitching. Ma- t'hint ; -\vash touan in : nilnr.-. Sires i!il-:lR Novelty print frayed . shorts keep boys cool M a c h i n e - «n,h mttcm.Slim.ic-K- ulai-8-IS. Men's jumpsuits, one-piece comfort, A joy to wear for fun or wcrk in cool, machine washable polyester/ cotton poplin. 2-way zip; 6 pockets. S-XL. Save 6.12 European style slacks for men. 1188 Regularly $18 Visa* texturized polyester cleans so easily, offers extra comfort. With Ban-Rol* waist. Now hues. 30-42. Boys' Super Hero* tank tops, trunks. Trunks, rcg. 4.98 ExciUngtopsof no-iron 50'} cotton/5(W polyester. S-XL. Athletic- look swimwear in polyester/cotton. S. M. L. APPLV FOR A CHARG-ALL ACCOUNT FOR CONVENIENT CHARGE CARD SHOPPING AT WARDS Man-sized value? It's here. GREELEY MALL Highway 3-1 By-Pass at 23rd Avenue Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday thru Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday 12 noon to 5 p.m. Sunday PHONE 356-2000

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