Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 8, 1961 · Page 8
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 8

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, November 8, 1961
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Page 8 GREELEY TRIBUNE' Wed., Nov. 8, 1961 City Council Summarized Council Tuesday evening: 1. Held public hearings on as- lessmen' 1 - on sidewalk, street, alley, ant) curb and gutter Inv proveracnt projects. Abou' 15 per- M removed by cily crews ayd silc made part of parking lot. . Passed en final reading ordinance establishing 1962 mill levy at 17.75 mills. 5. Passed on final reading ordinance adopting 1962 city budget as proposed by city ·nanager. 6. Referred petition signed by approximately 115 persons for sons were present for (lie publk-j su hearings. ' 2. Passed on first reading ordinance making alley uortli of new post office and alley between Oth and 10th Sis. and 23rd and 24th Avcs. one-way alleys west. 3. Rejected bid of li. M.. Prouty to remove old brick house at 910 Gtli St. for 4600 and salvage materials, nnd authorized house to study of improving pedestrian ·affic safely a: 8th Ave. and 22nt ST. lo cily manager for discussion with highway department to see if any improvements con be made at intersection. Ideas Inside CSC: 73 ; · . Will-io-Win Upsets Tester's Forecasts Noninlejleclive s h o r learnings!\vill-tb-win can mean failure for Mormon Jordans End Training For Peace Corps ROME -- In addition to' using electric power, new refinery ni Milazzo, Italy, is building a 7,000 kilowatt power station and planning another ol 5,000 kilowatts. can upset the career of manually dextrous ami mentally superior tcslees, Dr. Eugene D. Koplilz, assistant professor of psycliology at Colorado Slalc College, says. For all practical purposes non Intellectual or nonmental could be substituted for nonintcllcctivc with: ample support from slerV New. World Dictionary. Since Us meaing is now clear, noninlelleclive will be used wilh pcrsons apparently most competent. "Hie counselor must know the student's .record .in school am out to determine his drive, This means becoming acquainted with the student, All this takes'time How well the counselor can do this depends upon his load as' well as upon his own training and experience. Mrs. Dolores Peterson Jordan, daughter o f ' M r . . and Mrs. Wei ey P. Peterson of 1925 Monlview Dr., has just c o m p l e t e d Iwo months of training at Colorado Jlale University'for service the U.S. Peace Corps in Wesl Pakistan. Jamn M«mb«r schedule. Hems on the choir's academic yearlporl showed today this , industry delivered 2.174,000 tons during the first 10 months of this year' compared with 1,7M,000 in the like period last year. The quota allowed under a sugar control program was increased because some other areas were un- Of Colo. U. Choir James Bessee, son of C. W. Bessee.of Rl. 4, Greeley, is a member of the 83-voice University of Colorado choir, this year. The choir is directed by Davidj WASHINGTON AP) - Tlie do 21% More Beet Sugar This Year Gllsmann, assistant professor of jmestic beet sugar industry has able to fill their allolments. music at the University. supplied the - American market «* A Christmas Festival, a sprlngiwith about 21 per cent more sugar with i our O f Colorado and two campus'this year than last. spring concerts are Hie majorl Ari Agriculture Department re- are Europeans. KATANGA -- Of the 14 million people in the Congo, only 29,000 S A V I N G S S T A C K UP HERE! Deposit* made by the 10th earn bonus interest from the first. We PAY Semi- Annually a" courtly bow lo psychology text "Incentives and motivations are · · " mixed factors. They emerge usually through broad knowledge l -f he student. Teachers with some :raining in guidance and counseling techniques can be the best source of personality informa- on," . \. Oral Pr*al*m Wiving i In his research on gifted children in a University of Wisconsin project, Dr. Koplitz developed the oral problem solving test as a possible means.of disclosing.per- sonalily as well as mental capacity. Dr.-' Koplilz emphasizes oral problem solving tesls have not been widely'enough used, to determine their potentials. Also they are the sort of tests that especially require a.n experienced tester as well as much of his lime. Oral problem solving tests should be given - t h e student in a private conference. In an oral problem solving tesl the teslee cannot use pencil and authors. Among nonintellective factors determining" success, Dr. Koplitz lists drive, '.incentive, and . motivation, . ¥ "Noninlellective '. factors. allow a person lo rise in spite of circumstances 'rather than because of. them," Dr. Kop- lilz says; "They' 'involve emotional responses lo challenges. Will-to-Win' Ups*ti Dop* "Just as the will-lo-win upsels the dope sheets'on many a-sporls event so it can overturn the i tester's 'estimate : of a student seemingly based on numerous valid test scores. "How is one going lo lest Ihe will-lo-win which is called drive? Certainly not by any formal lesls of which' I have heard: Yet ii ;·; often the key element in · pr;;-- ;sonalily, capable of overriding in- lierent weaknesses, that have been disclosed by tests. Lack of the The First INDUSTRIAL BANK 8th Ave. at 9th St. of Greeley Municipal Parking Lot 7th Ave. at 9th St. Electric Heat For Your Home · Comfortable · Economical · Trouble-free Check With. Ui Before You B u l t d or Remodel F R E E ESTIMATES PIONEER Insulation Heating; Co. 2301 10th St. P h . - E L 2-6BM Mrs. Jordan, and her husband Gorman Jordan, are graduates, of CSU. They are the i-nly married couple who completed training al CSU. The Jordans · are members oi a 28-volunt'eer group who success "ully underwent the training al CSU ending Nov. 1. They are cur rently on 10-day leave at home before going lo Puerto Rico and 26 more days of training. They will leave for Pakistan in December, where tliey will spend .wo years ,in the corps. Tiie volunteers H-ere honored al a farewell banquei at CSU, which was attended by Aziz Ahmad, Pakistan ambassador to" the United Stales, and Harris Wofford, spe clal assistant to President Kennedy. In addition to conducting the two-months' training .program, CSU will adminster the Peace Corps project in West Pakistan. Volunteers serving under ·· the CSU program will be assigned lo either Lahore, the capital ot Wesi Pakistan, or Lyallpur about 75 miles southwest of Lahore. Sho« Magnate Dead ST. LOUIS, Mb. (AP)-- John A. Bush, 79, former president am board chairman of the Brown paper. He. cannot write down the siioe/Co., died Monday. Bush, who problem, tie must read the problem aloud. Then he must orally give his reasoning. This is recorded on tape. Mutt Justify Chokt Problems involved in such a test include some requiring the testee lo select the most logical of several .conclusions from an initial statement. He must give orally .his reasoning that justified his choice. .'·'' · Some are arithrhefic'al pvob lems, thai can be' 1 illustrated' in 'very little space. He're"are three samples given in Jhe 1 'order of I their difficulty: _ vwv / 1. A mother sent Her son to the river for three pints of waler. He s tartea wiln tlle firm when was H years old, was appointee president in 1915. We Are Proud To Announce DAVID LEWIS IS NOW ASSOCIATED WITH AUSTIN AUSTIN REAL ESTATE DEPT. Dave is a local boy who is familiar with livestock and farming. He was raised near LaSalle, attended Colorado State College and Colorado State ^University and served in .the army. He is experie'nced and qualified to handle'your Real Estate transactions^ Dave and his fa'mily live at Route 4, .GreV . ley. You may contact calling ELgin 2-00.11. He'll be happy to assist you. We are proud to have Dave associated with us. AUSTIN AUSTIN Offices at: e FT. COLLINS Suite 1, America Bldg. Cooney Kecrker Fay* and Ed Ackerman Hohn Munn Nat E. Austin · BRIGHTON George Zimbelman · STRASBURG Carl Schwab · WINDSOR Henry Weitxel · LONGMONT ' George Dienes AUCTIONEERS and · R E A L ESTATE. .-"' · GREELEY (home office) 1203 9th St. Henry Herbit Dick Keirnes Dave Lewis . Ernie Austin . · We .appreciate, hivlno been able to i«rve you In the past and will continue to serve you In the future in 'a. courteoui and sincere rpanner. A U C T I O N S AND R E A L ESTATE S I N C E 1903 -- CALL US A N Y T I M E -- A N Y W H E R E I ; HELP Help us determine how your bus system eon be improved. Please fill out the following form and give it to your bus driver or send it to the'Planning Dept., City Hall, Greeley Bus System Questionnaire 1. What is your opinion of the way the Bus System is operated? 2. Do you thin|c there is too much overlap of the bus route?. Yes No 3. Hove you ever had to stand in the bus due to overloading? Yes...,. No : 4. Has the bus been on schedule? Yes .'. No.'. ..... 5. Do you feel that frequency of stops ore satisfactory? Yes No 6. What area of town should the bus system be extended to? 7. How many blocks did you have to walk to meet the bus? had a 4-pint can and a 7-pint can. Using only those cans how did he measure out three pints? 2. The lad was.sent to the river with an 8-pinl can and a 5- pint can to bring back exactly 11,1 pints "of water. Using only those' cans how did he measure out 11 pints?. 3. This time ,the ; lad went to river.' with ' a 4-pint can and a 9-pint can to bring back 3 pints of water. 1 How did he get the measurement exact using only the cans noted? T»p*s Show Triih Tapes of responses disclose con 1 | fidence or uncertainly, assertive ness or timidity, and other.per- sonal traits. They also disclose the testee's method of reasoning to a degree that tests seeking only correct answers fail to do. "We are concerned in oral problem solving more with thoughl processes than answers, for such knowledge is essential to full understanding of the student," Dr. Koplitz says. A student has pointed out that _ oral problem solving tests could I be very revelatory of a student's knowledge of grammar. The CSC Iprofcssor wishes more teachers _: were interested in extending the scope of such tests, i Next: A brief discussion of cooperation between Colorado Stale College and the State Employment Service. . "»'« IN, Wall Paneling Enclose the Porch Home Repair FIX-UP Sale Ends Nov. 18 WEPCO FREE-FOR-ALL = STORM WINDOW KITS KATAffGA - tmpolls into this Congo country have been about |7 !o $8 million a month. 8. How mony blocks did you hove to walk from the bus line to your destination? 9. How many times a week ride the bus? - 10. Should 'oh'earlier route than the 7:00 A.M. route be scheduled? Yes No . --. 1 1. Should a later route than the 7:00 P.M. route be scheduled?' ; Yes No 12. Do you feel that benches and windbreaks are needed ot bus ' stops? Yes .No...., . ''.. ' 13. If windbreaks and benches are placed at bus s»iSps ; ,-would you ride" the bus more often? -Yes... N ° : --" ; ' · 14. Would you want the bus'fare to be'ohe-half price for school children even though it meant using more tax money to Support, the bus? 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