Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 9, 1961 · Page 2
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I'afe 2 GREELEY TRIBUNE Thurs., Nov. 9, 1981 In Armed Forces Prkl P«rMcIfaM In Mdiin) Film Army Pf C Patrick F. U. Prictj, son «i Mrs. U»t*lle K. Price, Koutc 1, nctttly p»rUclptl«d with :other members «( the »uV' W Vision's itth Infantry In scents for "The Longest Day," a filth ·ibajUhe June 6, -lfc«. D-Day Invasion across the beicnei oT Nor- a 1956 graduate of College High School, I'-K. Heimbkhner was employed by the Consumers Oil Company before entering the Army Mclntwh P ; Price »nd other ISth' Infantry personnel conducted ranger nnd Amphibious Iralnltif on lh« ttlaml ;[ lie de Re, oil the const o! UnRochelle, Frtnct. Portions ( liiis tralninf were filmed ind will Vie used In the movie to portray Ihe D-Day actions of 'the ICth Ranger Battalion. ;.A rifleman ,in .the infantry's ^ompanv C In Bilumholder, h« cn- \pni the Army In Februiry 1964, wtopleted kaslc (raining al Fort twsofl, «ni arrived overseas lost "He attended East Waterloo High School, Waterloo, Iowa, and.wns ' ' rBCitwny Center 1 . (lire tnUring the Army. ; . Marvin J- Helmbrihrwn whose wife, Joyce, lives on Route 2, Ea- tea, recently was promoted to ·rivste first class in Korea where 5' ; !j"V'raember ot the 7lh Infantry Plvtekm, -.;A-r«dio carrier operator '· Beidquarters Company of UK rii- Villon't 121tli Signal Battalion, he entered the Army In January, iMl;- completed basic training at fort Hlley, Kan., and arrived over- seal last June. l-Kt is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John miropichinr, Route 3, and ' Army First Lieutenant Van L, Mclntosli, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. y. Mclnloih, Rout*', 2, Ault, recently participated In Operation Spearpolnt, a six-day joint British-American training excrctse conducted In northern Germany Lieutenant Mclntosh In a mem bcr of the 18th Transportation Company which helped provkk Iwlicoptcr support (or the exorcise. During Operation Spearpoln units from the U.S. Army's 24th Infantry Division and the Britlsl First Division engaged I, a mod baltle wilh untls from the Britisl Second Dlvlson. Mclntosh's uhi helped drop large groups of so] dkrs behind enemy lines' to secure bridgeheads and critical road junctions. The unit also helped haul supplies, including petroleum, to the participating units. The lieutenant, an assistant platoon leader in the company which is regularly located in Ober Schleisshelm, entered the Army in August 1958, was last stationed at Fort Euslis. Va., and arrived overseas last March. Tlie 24-year-old officer Is a 1$54 gradunlc of Galeton high School and a 1358 graduate of Colorado Stale University, Fort Collins. His wife, Marilyn, is with him in Germany. Thrw Grwky M*n Join Marino Charles E, Giffin, son ot Mrs. Eunice E. Norrls of 2623 IJth Ave., Gordon R. Thomas, son of Mrs. Ruby I,. Long ot 416 12th Ave.. and Robert E. Armijo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eliseo Armijo of 1M 13th Ave., are now undergoing marine orps busk: lralnir.g at the U.S. Marine Recruit Depot, San Diego, Calif. All three men took advantage ol lie Marine Corps .120 day delay enlistment program. They reported to Denver Nov. i, and were raiwfered to the'Marine Corps Recruit Training Depot (or. the (Jnt ten-wtekf-of their training Upon its completion they.will be transferred'to Gimp Pendlet«o, Calif....for four-weeks of ·ad- vanced training. At the completion of/thiv,ph»se of Iheir"training each will be given a 90-day leave Entomologist Dies ITHACA, N.Y. (AP)'-Oskar A. Johannscn, .91, former head of the Department of Entomology at Cor- tcll University, died Tueiday af- tr o long illness. Johannscn, who retired In 1438, was born in Davenport; Iowa. ' P«nn«y'* cl«ans houft«...you reap th« saving* on dozens of early Santa gift vatof I CANBEURA -- Fish catches man. Empty 'canoe, found near is land of Onotoa but no fisherman Local'outhoriticE believe man.be came tangled in' fishing line and pulled overboard. USE THB TRIBUNt WAHT 'AJS Storm Doors and Windows PIONEER I . N S l ' l . \ L I O N .UK! H i : . \ T I M . · ' » . 'siilV of Color.do, will b« lubmlttea I" "«! · (ltd eUoton o tlio Distric j|hH h»v« paU » BOliool therein In tn« ye»r ne ""Vuch «l»cil»r. llm "'·Sh»ll'lh« Bourd ot BdiiwUon of W«14 County lleor«anlieii School DUtrlol - Ko. fle- - *· In tho Comity of AY«11 «ti« Sl«t» ol Colorado, conlnct » bonded In4«tteln«r!( «( B«II Dl«trlct hi Hi» « u m o( IT60,- OOfl tor th« purlioi* o( «reclT Inir «nd iurntahing » scpopl bulldlnir wllhln »nii for sum Dlltrlcl, old hondi to Ijiar l i M e r u i t R^ » rH« IT ruts not cioedlnr *"S P« r »«»""· pjiytbu Mmi-'pnu'liy .««"" year, to l« re1«m»bl» l 'tie ontlon o( lh« DlnrUit at such Utii »nV In »ich nhinunti ft THANK YOU For Your Support in the City Election Robert Derrington Councilman-elect Ward 1 CLIP THIS AD! 5 Burgers "To Go" 95c GET CD ETC ' w i t h ·· ONE sT If tt This Ad 6 for 95c -- Void after Nov. 16th 32 BRIDE DRESSED IN PRIDE AND WHITE SATIN Blushing in b^uty . . . with her delicately painted face, her long dark or light tresses, her sparkling eyes '. . . radiant in her net overskirt and veil. She'll be the pride, and treasure of any lucky young Miss. SPECIAL! SUPER-SIZE SHEET BLANKETS Big, 80 by 108 inch lightweight, all-cotton sheet blankets that are machine washable in lukewarm water. Excellent as a winter sheet for added warmth! Fine quality, long-lasting, sturdy I ni»y later t h » RQKT4. » (ollowi:, A m o u n t 4 1,000 3,00" 5,00(1 1,000 i!»o6 4,000 6,000 »,oot ' ,000 (,,000 deterralnul hy to i M » l u r l t r UfiJ - . - 13ft JM» »iil IS78 1373. 1973 Jll Yes 1JI 1975 1MPO ' . I fit 47,»oo · -ian 11,009 · ifu ' Th« b»ilot box 'for tb« recep- Uan of bllots upon xnld question u 111 be opened at.'th* hour of 7:00 o'clock.A. M of "la *»y »1 said pl«c; »nrt will be )tpt op«n until, uni will bo cloied »t the hour of 7:0* o'clock P. 1, of salrt day. Bullqls to He. us^ft In" voting upon the question lUbrnUtfd will b» furrilxhed by the-Secre- t«ry ot th« District to th» Judrea of Election, to he :br them fvr- nlihsd to the voter*. '· ' Each elector .votinr * t . nl4 election fb«ll deposit In the hal- lot BOX '.« ballot .whereon shitll be printed the Question to be voted upon knd the-words-TOTl THIS BONPS" unit th» words 71AGAIKSV THE 8ONP3", and lh» vleclor tiftll Indicate Ills approval or aUaapproval: o( the propo- lIlloH submitted by placing n cross (xj opposite the. irroup of words . «(T. his .ba.llot which, ex,I presses MA' choice. IN' WITNESS WHEREOF, the Ros.nl of Kducatlon of \Veld County R«nrffnlzed School- DIs- trlct Xo. Re.-i, In the 'County af ^VtlA And E t K t e of 'Colorado,] h u B caused thlt Kotlce. to be irK-en as required by law, thlp 33rd day of- October, 1981. HARRY'S DRIVIN CLEANS WOOL ODDS and ENDS . WOMEN'S SPORTSWEAR PILE LINED LONG JACKET LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Three wanted colon Sm«rt 3-w»/ eollir /il Esther M. Smith Secretary The Grieley Dally T r i b u n e Oct. 19, Nov. I. J. It, 54, 1S11 anii cotton . .,. aad silk . ·.-..iapd;.', . lirien, too, hot;' ' forgetting the synthetics--rayon, . nylpn, dacron, qcrilpn y an'd the. like. Follow your neighbors, fa discover for yourself how easy and economical Nqrge Self-Service dry cleaning can be.' It takes less than an hour per load and costs.only--:.'.:. per load CLASSIC CL.EANINO CENTER 2460 8th Av.nu* EL 3-3974 HOURS: LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING W'«»kd»y« -- 7 «.m. " 10 p.m. Weikdnyi -- 8 «.m. to 10 p.m. ' Sundiyi -- 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sund«yi -- 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. John and Lilla Kent --NEW OWNERS-- invite all their friends, os wel| a« patrons of the former owner, P. : O. Hansen, to visit their newly redecorated Flower Shop and Greenhouse. Many ttitr*«tive giH ttexfit «r» ·* tiiivUy ? xi^-a.^tK-v-.^t-?*---. ·t well M Ixeutiful cut fl*wen and frnh Plants Dish Gardens .. .;..,.^: -"y^ --Cut Flowers-- Embroideries! lr!d»ccnts! Surface-Interest fabriei! You'll find an excellent collection of-fine, sport shirts for yourself, for Gifts! You'll find a wonderful assortment of styles and colors! All have permanent stays, matched pockets ..,. and they're here in-sizes small,'medium, large! 12 mtn'i tizti 36 to 46 Penney's look-of-leather Supplon vinyl jacket has Orion® acrylic pile lining, quilted (acelate filled) sleeves, a bulky 3-way t'ollar o£ cotton and nylon knit. Choose yours in bamboo, pinewood, pewter. SPECIAL PURCHASE BIG SAVINGS! ROMS Mums Pompons Carnations ANSEN G Ar.nu. Corsages Funeral Sprays REENHOUSE Elgin 2-5667 iSJjKjJLI'Hm^ JR. BOYS' CC..OUROY SLACKS Boxer walitl Full cutl dm I U II 1.66 These are all first quality cotton corduroy long- ies with comfortable ela«tkized boxer waist! You'll find a choice of colors, patterns and wale widths! Zipper front opening, hip pocket. Solid*, plaids, stripes! nr PILE LINED VINYL PARKA ; Zip-*ff pouch hood Three top colors Sty I* «xtr*«, to* $ 10 io t» il Penney's look-of-leather Supplon'vinyl pirka'-'hfts' luxurious Orion® acrylic pile lining, quilt.lined ile«yea and hood interlined with acrylic and other fibers, elaaticized cotton knit trims. Bamboo, Britannia blue, pewter.

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