Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 23, 1970 · Page 5
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SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS-Ed Boos, vice president, Weld County Bank, presents Weld County Bank Foundation scholarships to Susan Randel, left, Greeley West High School senior, and Debra Halzworth of Stone- ham, Prairie High School senior. Debra will study general advanced training at Colorado State University.' Susan will study nursing at University of Northern Colorado. (Tribune photo by Jim Briggs) , · ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED -- Howard ·Eiigel, right, Greeley West High School senior, receives an engineering scholarship from the Weld County Bank Foundation from Gordon Johnson, a member of the bank's board ' of directors. Howard will attend Colorado State University. (Tribune photo by Jim Briggs) YOUTH AWARDED SCHOLARSHIP -- Mike Arakawa, Kersey, Platte Valley High School senior, is awarded a Weld County Bank Foundation business scholarship by Norman Dean, president of the Weld County Bank. Mike is considering the University of Colorado and University of Northern Colorado, but hasn't decided. (Tribune photo by Jim Briggs) Is British Living Feasible On American Social Security? LONDON (AP)--How docs an;worth, Staffordshire, he could American on Social Security W $21 "for room and board in fare if he decides to move to Britain? An inquiry from an unmarried New Jersey man, published in the Daily Telegraph, has set off a flood of letters to the editor wringing advice and warnings. The American, who is 62, wrote: "Do you think, if I come a rather posh old people's home a benefit: "The health service is in Bayswatcr, London, with central heating, etc." An American living in London on his Social Security said bluntly: "If he manages in the United States on his Social Security tell him to stick it out as he sure would miss a lot of the luxuries he has there. He couldn't He probably to England, I could get along o n j r u n a car ,,_ ,,. my Social Security, which I g e t j from my government? I get $108 a month." The response from readers had a wide range. Elderly people explained how they manage on less. Abusive characters grumbled: "All he wants is to live on the cheap at our welfare expense." About half the letters wouldn't have central heating." One correspondent portrayed free, no doctors' bills to pay, no paying for hospital treatment." A government official said the American with $108 a month would have to pay $7.20 of it in taxes here. Americans with independent means are welcome here, he said, but can he asked to leave if they become a burden. came from lonely widows who would welcome an equally lone- expenses. Western Senators Unhappy With Oil Shale Decision By JOHN KAMPS Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON ( A P ) - Western senators contended Wednesday that an oil shale develop- ,|ly shelved by the Interior De- could week in Tarn- Pony Express Faster Than U.S. Mail .GRANTS, N.M. (AP) - A Pony Express reenactment during the weekend showed that horses can carry the mail faster than the U.S. Post Office Department. A ten-man group of riders mailed a letter from Pagosa Springs, Colo, to Grants when they began their ride from the southwest Colorado town. They also carried a duplicate letter with them on the 205 mile ride between the two towns. Horses were changed ever 15 miles. The route leads through rugged mountains and across the Continental Divide. The riders delivered the letter they carried in a little less than four days. The letter mailed at Pagosa Springs arrived at the Grants postoffice 22 hours later, according to a spokesman for the riders. Engineer Shortage JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) -- Despite its indus- [rial growth and economic stability, South Africa is short about 1,000 graduate engineers. F. P. Jacobsz of Union Steel Corporation told a steel industry symposium that South Africa h a s fewer engineers displeasure in letters. Sens. Gordon Allott of Colorado and Clifford P. Hansen of was recalled and Hickel wrote Wyoming wrote protests concerning a reported Interior Department decision to defer production of oil from shale underlying portions of Colorado, Wyoming and Utah. The two Republicans took exception to a statement by Secretary of the Interior Walter J. proportion to population than Hickel that it would be prema any other industrialized weslermture to lease out federal land for nation. Jacobsz blamed the shortage on industries which do| not provide enough support t o j letter from Hickel to Sen. Frank Sat., May 23, 1970 ( J K E K L K Y TKIHUNE I'ageJJ Life's Like That a Senate Interior subcommittee which plans to hold a hearing Thursday on the Interior Department's oil shale policy. | Moss called attention to re-j ports that the Interior Depart- j ment had junked plans to issue leases for two lest sites in each of the three oil shale states. An Interior Department news release announcing the program "l SEE HERE THE COURT RULED THAT A MAN HAS THE RIGHT TO, OPEN m WIFE'? LETTERS. ALL I NEED NOW IS THE COURAGE. Moss saying the department feels it would be "premature for economic reasons" to go ahead with such a program, Moss said. "The development of oil shale has been delayed long enough," Moss said. "It is time to move forward and utilize this important resource." Allott, chairman of the Senate Republican Policy committee, Allott said he had for yearsi ''I was under the impression urged development of the esti-lthat there was no real question mated 3 trillion barrels of oil!regarding the need for an oil eked in western shale. Ishale development program in He said he had recommended,!TMTM of our country's energy a tax depletion allowance for oil's""-'""· "TM sen w TM te - « ath ; shale "to create an atmosphere i e r ' thought the need was clear- in which a viable oil shale indus-j'y recosnized. try could be born." I Hansen asked reconsideration Hanscn wrote Hickel that hejfor what he called a decision to had been encouraged to believe;shelve the program indefinitely, an oil shale research and devel-: Gift for Museum CHICAGO (AP) - A set of first-edition copies of John James Audubon's "The Birds of America," has been presented to the Field Museum of Natural History. The anonymous donor's folio, published in four volumes by Audubon in 1827-38, was purchased for him by Kenneth Nebenzahl, a Chicago rare books dealer, at aution in London on Nov. 24, 1969. The set contains 448 plates engraved in aquatint and colored by hand from original drawings made by Audubon during his 25 years in the United States in the early 1800's. One of two in existence, the original ownership of the folio was traced to Miss Euphemia Gifford, Derby, England, cousin and close friend of Audubon's wife. A four-draw mahogany cabinet, designed by Audubon, in which the set has been kept, helps to account for the folio's fine condition. protested that the Interior Dethe oil shale production tests. You ca-n get LOVE (cosmet opmcnl program would soon be partment policy was made with ics) at Wcldorado Pharmacy-announced by the Interior De- out consultation with senators SfrH Green Stamps too.--Adv. technical training. Signian s Plump Tastv -- Fulh Sigman's Double Delile . .. ,,, 48c 48c 58c Tastv center cut _ Ih. OOC Tasty, fully cooked Hi. Sausage Rolls Fryer Parts Butt Half Hams Ham Roasts Fresh Grade 'A' Legs and Thighs ... 11). School Teaches Students How To Cheat for Sake of Honesty By DAVID LANCASHIRE Associated Press Writer LONDON (AP) - Twenty-six men grouped around roulette wheels and craps and baccarat tables Wednesday, learning how "Craps is probably too fast to catch on in this country, but it must be learned," said the accent. to cheat. Gathered in a casino hidden above a lone electrical shop com P le(e were the government's new gaming inspectors. Starting July 1 when Britain's new gambling law comes into force, the inspectors will go into action as referees. Their job is making sure that clubs and ca- For this, they will be paid $84 to In the next room a group of ? 100 a wcek inspectors shuffled six ducks of roulette croupier Paul Home- diamond ring, smoked glasses and French dialect--spun the wheel and explained how to rig the game. which are expected to business in July, and countless bingo halls throughout England. Doak expects them to encoun- cards into a baccarat shoe, and Ier little cheating. Clubs ap- raucE SPECIALS Low Prices Start at Aibertsons POTATOES CRISCO SHORTENING AH purpose. 4c off label. 3 Ib. Can All Purpose plying new law have been screened so thoroughly that disreputable operators have likely been weeded out. "I used to be a croupier and a dubs have quietly dropped out chef d'etat (supervisor) in a ca- of Britain^ $1.8 billion a year sino," said Home, "but it didn't give me any satisfaction to take gambling industry. The sinns play fair and obey the law, money away from other people and advising casino operators how to stay legitimate. so I quit to become a govern- helping training course. Casinoes have The novice inspectors--most half my old salary, but this is a of them former policemen--are j worthwhile job." learning how to shuffle cards,! "They don't gamble all day," spin roulette wheels figure the!said Reginald Doak, a retired odds, and how to cheat so theyivicc squad commander from can spot someone else doing it.|ScotIand Yard--who--heads the 'rv.n tfiinirirt Moce i fmir hntvi intjnoptftvnfo Hpnartmpn! " Thnv The training class, a few bare rooms above the shop in East London, is probably the most unorthodox department in Britain's vast civil service--which inspectorate department." They also have to study--the legal system, court procedure, police work, how gambling machines work, playing car;! mamifac- inent inspector. I earn less than sent croupiers and dealers to reveal the tricks of the trade, slot machine makers have furnished dozens of Iheir button-operated bandits--called chine; explain (hem. The Magic Circle, an organization of vided card sharks. "A: (ions is usually furnished with filins lure. French so they can under- cabinets, tea kettles and furled sland a croupier bookkeeping,|Doak. umbrellas. j l h e psychology." j "Fade me," hollered ono. inv When the ihrcc-nwilh (rain- The. farm value for all the in- peccable British accent as a ina period ends. Doak and his gradients in a loaf of bread is pair of nice bounced down a ins:pc!ors w i l l koop wafcli on'exactly the same as it was in craps table. - i h e CM or r.o dubs and casinos: 1050--ii.3c. Radishes Gr. 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