Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 26, 1970 · Page 17
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Pift 18 GREELEY TRIBUNE TUMU, May 26, 1970 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sen. WASHINGTON (AP) . William Proxmirc, D-Wis., said extraneous material. The aide today the Senate should cut said Tarr was concerned about 4-H GYMKANA W I N N E R S -- Three of the top winners in the Hoofbeats 4-H Club Gymkhana held Sunday, at the Greeley Saddle Club Arena, from left, are Vickie Williams o.f Greeley, high point winner in the 10-13 age bracket; Jill Poage of Greeley, 9 and under, and Terrie Hatcher of Loveland, 14-18 age group.'Not available for pictures was Dee Cox of Gi?eley, who performed in the 19 and over age group and ho was injured in the goat-tie. Reserve winners included Kirn Dumler of Greeley, Susan Ernest of Johnstown, Joe Johnston and Don Bower. Reserve winners received belt buckles. UNC Jazz Ensembles Slate Performances on Thursday jMore Women Smoking HANOVER, Germany -- Re- WASHINGTON ROUNDUP The idea was to track down and possibly eliminate a lot of from the space budget the $110 million sought for a space shuttle program until the possibilities of international cooperation in the venture have been explored. "This Is an entirely new program," he said in a statement prepared for a Senate appropriations subcommittee. "It is a totally uncharted course." Proxmire said the space station and shuttle it envisions could cost more than $14 billion over the next 20 years. "This is an ideal time to redouble our efforts to have the international community join us in this venture," Proxmire said. Ihe item that asks for the names and addresses of relatives 'Most where said. W A S H I N G T O N (AP) -Among over 21,000 American air traffic controllers, there are only about 250 women, but the Federal Aviation Agency indicates the picture may be changing. Fred M. "Dick" Marks, chief of the air training control branch of Ihe FAA academy in Oklahoma City says there are 21 women in the ir.cst recent graduating class of 380 students. . Marks says the FAA wants people who can concentrate on details, visualize things in three isearchers expect a 40 per cenljdjmensions and "almost instinc [increase in the use of cigarettes lively tell where an airplane is .in West Germany by 1979,lg 0 j n g." Women, he says, Jazz Ensembles I, II and I I I | Members of the combo, which: m0 stly because of women tak- g 00 d at all of these things, and the award-winning Hound-Must won national recognition,ling up the habit. In 1959 only stooth Combo will perform a|are Fred Hamilton and Bill|15 per cent of _the_ female pop-| jazz concert in Frasier TheaterJFrisell, guitars; Lamar Frank-!"' 3 . 1 ' 01 ? at the University of Northem| . . - . _ _ ~-., ~..,.- r_..-,-_!had "sen smoked. By 19C9 to 25 per cent. Britain's Royal Air Force and the U.S. Air Force have used women, as air controllers with success, and the need for more helps avoid any chance of discrimination. Women with mili- of us couldn't recall they lived," the aide Capital Quott "If we are to keep expenditures down--and yet free suffi- cjent funds for new initiatives-we must all make a very tough evaluation of current programs."--President Nixon in a memorandum to executive agencies to tighten their spending. Capital Footnote A trolley car loaded with musicians has begun to ply the streets of downtown Washington each Monday and Thursday- part of a merchant campaign to lure shoppers back from the suburbs to the city. People In the News BELGRADE (AP) - President Josip Broz Tito was cheered by 40,000 Yugoslavs at Army Stadium Monday at a Council. Colorado, Thursday at 8 p.m. I""' V1 * s: ^"1,.TM"' """^i" » -*P°*«' l ° 8° l ° :)5 P er Dcrrvl Goes will direct lne ss:rDo . v ° Hariul ' d TM m s : a 1?. : ««" b ' 1979 ' first and third ensembles. Jack! Ro » Carlcton - cm S a - The - v w l l l j ·Robinson the second ensemble,!perform "Funky Lady,' com-] and sludent Fred Hamilton the posed and arranged by Frank-i ; combo. i| m . and "Sweet Peas." com-j Jazz Ensemble III will opeivposcd and arranged by Hamil-. the program with three selec-jton. | tio'ns: "Like Always." "Acid;The latter tune won regional; West." End "Mexicali .Nose.' 1 'and national honors. ' ,' AltaHALL, p^m^t^^^^ ° f * muHipHma, request .vas made,o, Con- are- "Tomorrow's Blues."Little Trane." "Eu P horicj«'arhead intercontinental balls- gress Monday Todav" "Concertino," and Desires." and Screemin' lie missive near Parshall Mon- on._seeKmg an celebration of his 78th birthday Tito was given a wooden torch which had been carried through the country for 36 days by a relay of thousands of runners. STOCKHOLM (AP) U.S. X.D. (AP) permitted jtary training are .good for the FAA, the agency :says. ] After two years of training, a student controller may become eligible for jobs that pay $11,000 to $21,000 a year. to; WASHINGTON (API - A for- eH pe C j a i|yiAmbassador Jerome II. "Brud' Holland has rescribed as 'disgraceful" a weekend egg-throwing attack on him at Orebro in central Sweden. 1 President Nix$150 million day by Air Force officials. aid for school districts that Cameramen were permitted i have to desegregate by to photograph a MinuUman III fall. id | funds, in AIMS VOCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP The Greeley Junior Woman's Club has awarded its first scholarship to an Aims College student specifically designated in an occupational-vocational area. Receiving the award is Bill Killebrew of Greeley, a student in the welding technology program. Making the presentation, at right, is Mrs. G. A. Keiser, president, and Mrs. David Bagley, chairman of the scholarship committee of the Greelcy Junior Woman's Club. The award, which Is for tuition, fees and books for one quarter, is based on academic standing and financial need. Killcbrew, a 1968 graduate of West High -School, has maintained a straight A average during his first year at Aims. Upon completion o'f his program, Killebrew will work as a welder and hopes eventually to qualify as an instructor in industrial arts. (Tribune photo by John Dugan) onstrations bv Swedish antiwar elements since he took office in babies here has immigrant April. NEW YORK (AP) - Golf pro Jack Nicklaus, baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn, ex-astro' naut Frank Borman and former National League catcher Joe Garagiola are among those designated as "Fathers of the Year" by the Fathers' Day Nicklaus, 30 and the youngest to win the award, said at a news conference after the presentation ceremony Monday: "It's learning to get along with others that counts. That's what life's all about." MOSCOW (AP) - Neil Armon the rousingjl strong, the first man moon, has received a reception from a mainly Rus- LONDON -- One hi eight parents. LILLE -- Benny Wickaerts found his 'dead wife in a cafe here. around shopping ·· ·· m* mm Conditioner? Holland, a Negro, noted in alsian crowd at the 13th confer- statcment Monday that the Swedish government had apologized but said: "This embassy expects that the ambassador, should be able ence of the International Committee on Space Research. He was mobbed by the audience yesterday and besieged by autograph seekers before giving the ambassador, should be able a half hour talk on his experi- "151." The first tune, arranged'Meenies." by trombonist Lyle Waller o f This first ensemble recently : (he first band, won a Regional;competed in Ihe national ja'.z.~...---- _ . . . Jazz Gestival award. Guitarist'festival after winning regional missi e in an underground 1 he emergency .Bill Frisel! and Adam Ger- honors. ' aunc '' silo and one being posi-ikeepmg with previously swenUorn of the electric violin The Thursday evening concert!tinned for lowering into a silo, nounced policy, will be used to · will be performing. Both woivwill be open lo the public free festival honors. to carry out the responsibilities next of their office without danger of physical harm." Holland has been subjected to metici at Gllbtrt's ences on the lunar surface. EdtH* Jones knowj an-:a series of anti-American dem- RADO DRUGS. h*r cot. WELDO- Adv. 'of charge. 1VC1SHV l ; l -*ui L m : i i i i ' " ** ......... ..*. . .... -. ,,,,,, Svmphony Orchestra Strings and Continuo" by Bach, present" its annual spring!They are Roberta Armstrong concert'.Colorado Springs; Vicki Weible. The Colorado will s t u d e n t concerto ·Tuesday at 8 p.m. in Theater. : Dr. Kenneth G. Evans COndUCt. Inprfnnn ,,. Craig Shanks of Estes Park,g£°TM The Air Force said it permit-jaid in the hiring of teachers, re- ted the newsmen to visit the vising curriculums and for reno- jsites after requests from ncws.vation of equipment and mate- I media in Washington. I rials. · ! Air Force officials at M i n o t j An additional $350 million will Air Force Base said they were'be sought for the next fiscal not allowed to say how many of.year starting July 1. the advanced multiple independ- lent re-entry vehicle-MIRV- WASHINGTON (AP) - Get- Northom'in D Minor for Two Violins. : missiles hr.-d been placed in theUing drafted means among other ·Spring Concerto Concert Slated by UNC Orchestra Frasier|Great .Parks, Falls, Mont.; Denver; and Carol Sue Toliefson, Greeley, on violins. William Kidd of Greeley will the "Concert Piece for missile wing. The base is the first to have the MIRV's installed at an estimated cost of $450 million for converting from the older Min- uU:nian models. Lt. Len Barry, information officer at the Minot base, said the Ihings, endless forms to be filled out. But the future draftees of the nation may find their induction a little easier. The new director of the Selective Service, Curtis W. Tarr, and five aides spent several hours Monday filling out the - -·---= . ; |, jj . I[Bassoon and Strings." Pianistjmost striking physical differ-same forms every draftee has will be featured on the fTM cn \^ aK[a Pau i scn 0 [ uuidon will ence between the two missiles is to plod through, fern for the opening seiecuon. d o s e (he ^^^ wj[h ,, A1]egi . o i [hat (he MIRy ]]as a m Q r e j ..\ V e wanted lo get the feeling ''.Vhp.ro from Concerto : o jMaestoso from Concerto Xo. 21irounded nosecpne th" M 'he ear-i of what its like to go through the jn u ..loiu. .y. ··"··· -- -- .in c Major for Piano and Or-1 Her bullet-shaped missiles. -.ch-stra. \ 4 2 by Mozart. K ^., , · Sonrann Nancy Fick of Lit-! _. . . . . tleton will perform "0 Froliche Studen Solokantate Fur Soprano Siring and Continuo." Featured for Tuba and he Kenneth ' one aide said. ALL Bedding Plants 59c A Dozen ANDERSON SEED CO. 714 10th St. 353-0188 Installation Counseling Guaranteed The NOISELESS air conditioners from Philco Ford® are being sold at DISCOUNT GOOD HOUSEKEEPING SHOP of Greeley Open Mon. Fri. Evenings till 8:30 825 8th St. Phone 352-6026 The public is cordially invited to attend. SDenver Gets New Acting Chief on "Concertino Strings" will Raymond of Aurora on the tuba. The soloist cm "Allegro from .Concerto in E-flat for Clarinet '.and Orchestra" will be Fred Illarble of Denver. He'll be|f"|j*g followed by violinist Adam; Gersztenkorn of Denver on! DENVER (AP) - Mayor Wi!-:j "Allegro ApLM-to from Concerto l j a m M C Nj c i, n i s Monday named:' No. 5 in A Major. K 219." I M y r l e K. Wise, 02. as acting!: Several performers will bn| cll ' ief pf lnc Denver Fire Depart-. featured on "Doul)le Concerto, m c n 1 i and said a |i 14 assistant! .. i.~ chiefs might "take a whirl" at i the post in time. Wire was named for 60 days: to succeed Daniel P. 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