Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 6, 1977 · Page 9
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Mon.. June 6,1977 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 9 During disturbance at Lincoln Perk iast summer Brighton man fined, sentenced for assault on policeman A Brighton man was fined disturbance at Lincoln Park uiibarri, 20, and ordered that Judge Arnold also set 51,000 between two young girls, arrested on tSOO.sentencedtolOdaysinjail here June 27 of last year. uiibarri be given credit on the as the amount of bond for Uiibarri, a recreation director order after and'put on probation for one ,, , dBe Huf!h H jail sentence for two days uiibarri during a possible year in District Court for a ' already spent in jail. The court appeal of the case to a higher misdemeanor assault on a Arnold suspended $100 of the also assessed court costs court. Greeley policeman during a fine of the defendant, Daniel against the defendant. Personnel management seminar slated at CSU A four-day program on ad- ver; Jerre West, vice president There is a fee. Registration of the compensation division of takes place through the Office First National Bank of Denver, of Specia ] p rogr ams, College of and John E. (Jack) McMahon, Business, Colorado State manager of human resources mm WINS SCHOLARSHIP -- Margaret Chaloupka, geology major at the University of Northern Colorado, receives a scholarship grant from Lester Adams, chairman of the scholastic committee of the Weld County Rock and Mineral Club. The scholarship Is awarded to a UNC student who was graduated from a Weld County high school and who is majoring in some area of the earth sciences. (Tribune photo by Ron Stewart) AAargaretChaloupka wins geology grant vanced personnel management Is scheduled for June H-17 at Colorado State University. Such things as performance appraisal, compensation, and, career-life planning and development will be covered. Leaders are Dr. Roy S. Yamahero, manager of personnel administration for Martin-Marietta Corp., Den- . . e -w, Kiin» University, Fort Collins, Colo, development ^at Smith Klme 8B23 A( 4 ional information js Corp. of Philadelphia. The Fenian Brotherhood was formed about 1860 in New York to free Ireland from English rulei Judge Arnold's he gave what for a youth center at Brighton, several court officials said was had attended the dance. an obscene gesture with a In sentencing Uiibarri, Judge finger as he was leaving the The Brighton man was found Arnold observed the jury had courtroom at the close of the guilty by a jury at the end of a found the Brighton man guilty sentencing hearing. ; three-day trial May 12 of third of a very serious misdemeanor. Judge Arnold, who didn't see "Your action could have set off the gesture, later ordered a very dangerous situation in Gallegos released after he had the park under the cir- spent about four hours in jail, cumstances that night," he told Gallegos. who was a member of Uiibarri. the band that played for the Another Brighton man, David dance at the Community Charles Gallegos, an Building the night of the park incident, was a defense witness at Uiibarri's trial. degree assault in connection with the throwing of a beer bottle which struck Police Officer Steven Miles. Miles and other officers had been called to the park about the time a dance at the Corn- available by phoning that office munity Building was ending by educational director for the at 491-7571. a report of a fight in progress youth center there, was St. A 1975 graduate of University High School, she is a geology major at IINC. The grant was presented at the June An earth science scholarship for a Weld County high school graduate who attends the University of Northern Colorado has been established by the Weld County Rock and meeting of the rock club, held Mineral Society. June 2 at the city recreation According to John Pfieiderer, building. president of the club, and Applicants were interviewed Lester Adams, chairman of the by the scholarship committee scholastic committee, the and evaluations by faculty members and others were carefully considered, Adams said. The quality of applicants, as gauged by grade point scholarship is available to a junior or senior majoring at UNC in «"me area of the earth sciences. First recipient is Margaret averages and faculty Chaloupka, daughter of Mr. and evaluations, was high, Adams Mrs. Don Chaloupka, 1126 25th -said, - . ' Evans council to discuss vacating streets Tuesday A public hearing on the tract at 3313 llth Aye.; an or- vacation of the west 10 feet of diance changing the zoning Belmont Street between 37th from K-2 to R-4,' lot 4, block 2, and 38th streets and the north 10 Sunnyview addition; an or- feet of 38th Street between dinahce vacating portions .of Belmont Street and 17th Avenue Belmont and 38th streets. . will be held during the Evans Also the council will consider . City Council meeting at 7:30 an agreement with the county p m Tuesday at the .city hall, for sampling and testing . 3700 Golden St. drinking water; an agreement Other items on the agenda with the city of Greeley for a include filing of an application three-year program for the use for a tavern license at the old of Urban System funds. Moose Lodge, 2801 8th Ave.; The council will review and presentation and preliminary discuss · the 1977 street im- review of the proposed Platte provement proposal; will Valley Subdivision; an or- consider the purchase or rental dinance changing the zoning of a bus for the summer from R-l to R-4 for a 1.35 acre recreation program. Eaton native to lecture on genetics in E. Europe Dr. J. Perry Gustafson, son of Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Gustafson, has been invited to participate in a U.S. National Academy of Science exchange program in Eastern Europe. Gustafson, a 1962 graduate of Eaton High School, wiU lecture on genetics, and the world food and population problems at cities in Poland, Yugoslavia and East Germany this sum-, mer. Gustafson is employed by the International Development Research Center and is stationed in the department of plant science at the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manifoba, Can. 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