Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 27, 1970 · Page 9
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One-Year Appointment Dr. Thomas Boyle Dean Of UNC Arts, Sciences Dr. Thomas chairman of E. the Boyle, Department, has been appointed English from Student Congress. to a one year term as Dean B. A. from the University of I*partme«t$i June, 1969 of the College o Arts andRichmond, and'his M.A. and Boyle hi£ been acUi Sciences at the University of Ph.D. from the University of several Drofessir,TM! «··,, Sciences at the University Northern Colorado. He will assume the deanship of spring quarter, at the end succeeding Dr. A . M . Winchester who has completed a one year appointment. Boyle was chosen by a committee of departmental ' c h a i r m e n , Faculty Senate members from arts and sciences, and representatives The new dean received his of Ph.D. from Illinois. After five years as a representative a n d junior executive in private business, Boyle became a teaching fellow at Illinois. He subsequently was a professor at Southern Colorado State College for two years and on the faculty of Albion College in Michigan for. two years. Pesticide Official Removed WASHINGTON (AP) - The Agriculture Department's director of pesticide regulation was C removed quietly from his politi- '. cally hot position last week .and reassigned to a staff job, the department confirmed Tuesday night. The transfer of Harry W. Hays from his regulatory post to the department's research division is expected to "result in a more vigorous implementation" of federal policy in the controversial area, me Agriculture Department source said. "Hays is not the administrator that he should be," the source added. "He's a scientist . . . who incurred the enmity of diverse interests on both the conservationist and the business side of the issue. I don't think he's biased one way or the other, but pesticides is an area charged "·'"· ------ ' political hot- primarily a ..-- active in University of several professional organizations including AAUP, The sales Modern Language Association and the Social Science Association. He lias also served on the board of directors for the Greeley Boys' Club. He has published articles on Whitman, Melville, Thomas Wolfe and F. Scott Fitzgerald in professional journals. Boyle and his wife Alice reside at 1831 24th Ave. Ct. with their three children, Virginia 17, Hugh 13, and Thomas 7. with emotion, a scat. Hays was scientist in a job that is not the place for quiet scienlific contemplation." Another department official, Dr. Ned D. Bayley who oversees the pesticide regulatory division, officially confirmed Hays' transfer. Bayley said the switch had been made late last week but had not been formally announced. The DCS Moines, Iowa, Register first reported the news in a copyright story in its Wednesday morning editors. On his new job. Bayley said. Hays will spend full time in the "broad area" of "how we process and handle our foods." "We thought we could use Dr. Hays' talents as a toxicologist better" in the new post, Bayley said Tuesday night. Bayley said he thinks Hays has been in his old job "under very trying circumstances and under those circumstances I'm not going to criticize him." He joinedjhe UNC faculty in 1965 a t * chairman v was appointed the · English In the Courts DISTRICT COURT Divorce Granted Mrs. Sarah A. Cross, 1701 Sth St., was granted a divorce in District Court here from Clifford Cross Sr. on the grounds of cruelty. The decree signed hy Judge Roy M. Briggs gave custody of the minor child to the mother. Divorces Sought Seven divorce complaints wen. filed in District Court. They ivere as follows: Mrs. Wendy Kay Vuolo of L,oveland against John Edward Vuolo. They were married June 28, 1969, at Golden. Mrs. Georgia Mae Beverlin, 1202 Gth St., against William Hays. Hays was responsible for registering all pesticides that move in interstate commerce and approving their labels. PUBLIC Grocery Market Leon a Wens 330 18th St. Rhiney Foose 352-5652 C L O S E D SATURDAY SUNDAY May 30 31 Lettuce Lb. 12c Tomatoes Lb 33c Cucumbers Lb, 12c Rainbo Coney or Hamburger, 12 pack BUNS DELICIOUS APPLES ORANGES POTATO CHIPS, A G PORK 'N' BEANS Van Camps S 1 for 1 Lb 19c D S. 29c 49c ajuana, Mexico, Aug. 28, 1952, they have four children. Mrs. Sharon R. Cameron, 2459 llth St., against Harry K. Cameron. They were married Aug 20, 1967, in Greeley and have no children. Mrs. Hazel C. Jones of Boulder aganist Willard C. Jones. They were married Feb. 21, 1969, at Estes Park and have no children. Mrs. Carol V. Floyd of Evans against William T. Floyd. Married Sept. 24, 1967, at Reno. Nev., they have no children. Mrs. Mary M. Johnson, 271G 6th Ave., against Donald L. Johnson. They were married in Cheyenne Jan. 7, 1962, and have two children. Mrs. Barbara Finger, 2638) 22nd Ave., against Robert Fin-] ger. They were married ini Cheyenne Jan. 9, 1961, and Iiaye three children. COUNTY COURT Judges Lee West and Sidney Emeson Ba r b a r a Jean Mungall, Pennsylvania, careless driving, $10 and costs Apollo the Sea Lion Biggest Patient for Kidney Machine Wed., May 27, 1970 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 9 SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) Medical doctors hooked up kidney machine for humans Tuesday to a 1,000-pound sea lion named Apollo in an attempt to bring him out of a drug-reaction coma. dangerous. On Thursday, Dr. David Kenney, a veterinarian, administered barbiturates before removing some of Apollo's teeth and filing down others. "Apparently he had an ad- barbilu- verse reaction to the Sea lions are mammals, jusljral.es," Kenney said. By Monas mankind, and the medicaliday, Apollo was running a fever team--which just a day before|of 102, his blood pressure was GOLD KEY AWARD - Ronald McNaughton, second from left, was named winner of the Gold Key Award of the Educational Foundation of the Colorado Society of Certified Public Accounts. McNaughton is a senior at the University of Northern Colorado. Presenting a cash award of $50 is Frank Kaley, chairman of the Northern chapter of the CPA Society. Looking on are Calvin Ken- nedy, left, chairman of the department of accounting at UNC, and T. William Opdyke, University of Colorado senior and a Greeley native who won another award from the society. The Gold Key award is given to the outstanding senior at each of (he nine colleges and universities in Colorado offering a full accounting program. transplanted two kidneys from a human body into two living men --hoped the kidney machine would cleanse Apollo's blood. The machine is not only used in human kidney transplant opera! ions but also in drug overdose cases. Doctors said so far as they know. Apollo is the biggest patient hooked to such a machine. Apollo, so named because he was captured the day Neil Armstrong stepped on the moon | from Apollo 11, has been tagged low and his condition was listed Dr. James Bernstein, chief of resident doctprs at University Hospital, worked with three other staff physicians and nurses for several hours Monday night to attach tubes, catheters and clamps to Apollo. A shunt circulated the patient's blood through the hemoclialysis machine. Because of the incisions and tubes, Apollo also was given oxygen. A technician and two nurses were left on duty outside the open-air tank set up at the Fort Luplcn, no operator's license, $10 and costs. Oren Jon Meek, 310 19th Ave., false sticker, ?10 and costs. William Presley Bailey,' 2405 St. icense, N. W., no $10 and operator's costs; no 'egistration, dismissed. Richard Lee Monforl, 1902 25th Ave., following too close, 515 and costs. H e r b e r t K a y .Warner, Lovcland, speeding, $25 and costs. L c R oy Collins, driving under the lluence, $125 and costs. Ramon Amaya, Rt Greeley. permitted unauthorized person lo drive, $15 suspended] and cosls. ' NASPA To Seek as a future star in a marine park here. I marine park. But he began demonstrating. The machine used on the sea an ::nruly temper while juggling j lion is one of six al the trans- balloons and sounding toyjplant center, and a spokesman horns, and was classified as j said it wasn't needed for a liu- -- 'man al this time. Itional seminar among major j But after 14 hours the kidney i components of society to seek machine was returned to the Icommon bases of understanding,Ihospital to use on a human and !a national "Crisis ResolutionJApollo was wired to an artificial in Washington D.C.. toirespirator in an effort to keep 0 ,jCampus Violencefc icndedlWnvc Tr» Aunirl perns -..- - - - - - . - -- - - . I U M Y O I U :forces lo help eliminate violence Luciano Alanix, Jr.. 831 llthj DENVER ( A P ) - Leaders ofinlcf SI., driving under the influence,!the National Association of Stu-l- $125 and costs. ' -John Collins, fluence, $125; no operator's ihelp campuses with local prob-lhim breathing. hems and to marshal other Cost of Apollo's treatment comes lo $250 a day, plus laboratory fees. II's being paid by the marine park. las a means of resolving ccn- C. DeaBueno, Fort driving under the in- Salaxar, Rt. 1, Greeley, no operator's license, $10 and cosls. Daniel Ira Helus, 1412 711 license, $10 and costs. Garland Monroe dent Personnel Administrators (NASPA) say their organization will seek long-range programs, to avoid violence en and off thei Oklahoma City, Okla., slop sign, $8. cosls suspended. j Elizabeth Ann Rolh, Carr, no nation's college campuses. Dickson.l ''' nc 18 members of Ave., no motorcycle helmet, $5!operator's license, $10 and suspended and cosls. ,cosls. John F r a n k l i n West,! Dennis Allan Uolli, 3004 11th Ihel NASPA executive committee! meeting at the University of| Denver, called for joint eflorls, among widely divergent groups! ":lo achieve Cheyenne, Wyo., drov vay on four-lane dismissed. Fulgencio is composed of deans e wrong! Ave., no motorcycle goggles, $IO|°f students, vice chancellors highway, al 'd costs, both suspended. ac id vice presidents for sludent Morales Pena, iaton, no operator's license, $10 ind costs. Johnstown, no operator's li- ·ense. $10; driving under the nl'luence, $125 and costs. Harold E. Winter, Fort Agapito Borjas Jr., Brighton, In Damages Asked in Court Robert C. Morris. 307 15th St., speeding, $25 and costs. Jon Men-ill Jones, Greeley, no operator's license, dismissed. Carol A. Bradford, Turner Hall, passed where prohibited, $8 suspended and costs. Gregory Lain Sandin, Rt. 4, affairs and other student personnel officials al Ihe 861-member institutions. The group called for a na- Greeley, speeding. $25 and costs; no operator's license, dismissed. 10% off! On All PAINT and DRAPERY and UPHOLSTERY FABRIC USE YOUR B A N K A M E R I C A R D OR MASTER CHARGE BUNTS 901 16th Street Dial: 352-9595 DRAPERIES UPHOLSTERING CARPETING KOMAC PAINTS ART SUPPLIES permitted unauthorized to drive, $15 and costs. person Daniel John Newton. Indiana, speeding, operator's $25 and costs; "fense, $10. 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