Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 6, 1977 · Page 21
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Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, June 6, 1977
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School board wii! discuss capital improvement spending Mon..June 6.1977 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 21 Nearly 575,000 in capital improvements expenditures are due for approval by the Greeley-Evans School District Six board of education when it meets at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday a t A d m i n i s t r a t i o n Headquarters, 811 15th St. The board will consider expanding the counseling complex at Heath Junior High School, at a cost not to exceed $6,100; installing acoustical ceiling in the gym at Scott Elementary School, at a cost not to exceed $7,500; developing an Instructional Materials Center at Madison Elementary School, at a cost not to exceed $18,900, and upgrading the counseling, administrative, and commons areas and improving the ventilation system at West High School, at a cost not to exceed $42.407. If approved, the projects could cost as much as $74,907. Other matters on the agenda include updating the district's organizational chart for administration, discussion of using nurses' aides, providing an optional health and dental insurance policy for students, and several personnel matters. ~:$'.''$?$JSj'j BIG CHECK - Robert C. Hawley, Denver . attorney, left, accepts a check to the American Cancer Society for $25,000. The check represents monies donated by the family and friends of Kiyo Kitayama, a resident of Brighton who died nearly a year ago of cancer. Mrs. Kitayama's husband, Ray, presented the memorial contribution to the American Cancer Society to be used for cancer research. The contribution is one of the largest single memorial donations received by the Colorado Division of the American Cancer Society. Kitayamas give $25,000 to Cancer Society The family and friends of Kiyo K i t a y a m a , Brighton, chose to perpetuate her memory by contributing to the fight against cancer, the disease which cost Mrs. Kilayama her life nearly a year ago. A memorial contribution of $25,000 was donated to the American Cancer Society to be used for research into the disease which strikes one in four Americans today. Legacy and memorial giving to the American Cancer Society accounted for nearly 24 per cent of the income received by the Colorado Division last year and is expected to be even greater this year, according to Robert C. Hawley, Denver attorney and chairman of the Colorado committee on legacy and memorial giving. Mrs. Kitayama's husband, Ray, said the memorial con- tribution was in accordance with Mrs. Kitayama's own wishes before her death. Her family and friends feel the contribution to cancer research is a positive approach to the fight against the disease. Memorial contributions to the American Cancer. Society can be directed through any local office or through the Division office, 1809 East 18th Ave., Denver, 80218. Deputy- treated after accident A .'\Veld County Sheriff's hospital and released. damage to both the car and the deputy was treated at Weld Greeley police reported his motorcycle. County General Hospital early Weld County . Sheriff's car David Edwin Brockway, 23, ·Sunday after he received minor received SSjOOO damage when 1029 29th St. Rd., received slight 'injuries in a one-car accident at the vehicle struck a guard rail injuries at 7:40 p.m. Sunday '16th Street and the U.S. 85 by- at the intersection. when the car he was driving struck two parked cars in the area of llth Avenue and 27th Street. The owners of the parked cars were Chrys Putnam, 1927 'pass: · ' . ' . ' '· Deputy John Tipton, 29, 824 37th Ave., was treated at the -- Marriage icenses -- Gregory Parke Holmes, 3303 William Alan Nusbaum, Parke Lane, and Kathie Lynn Bloomfield, N.M., and Connie Brungard, 2168 26th Ave. Ct. Denise Feit, 15598 Weld 66. Jeffery Van Fanning, 1330 7th Leopaldo Treto and Ramona St., and Kimherly Grace Louise Sandoval, both of Fort McPhie, 1920 34th Ave. Lupton. Philip Raymond White and Scott Duane Harvey, 3412 4th Denise Inez Nickoles, both of St., and Joyce Elaine Lewis, 1138 26th Ave. 1524 5th St. Jerald William Owen, 11820 junp 2 Weld 04*. and Margaret Ruth Smith, 30557 Weld 50;, . _ Milliken, and Linda Sue Jay Widman Onasch, 1824 7th Goe( 2320 24ft S( Ave., and Kathleen Mane Steadman, 1937 7th Ave. Tnomas Crai B Barrett and Gordon Lee Andrews and Marllynn May Cogley, both of Bonnie Gail Winder, both of Johnstown. Eaton. Jose Lino Matias Montoya Warren Eugene Sidwell, Jr., 319 9th Ave., and Mary Carr, and Jolene Mae Larson, Beatrice Rodriguez, Windsor. "'"· Dary Kevin Dickerson, 1515 J u n c ' · 7th Ave., and JoAnn Sue Robert Charles Stone and Ne)solli 1204 29th st _ Rd . Elise Mindy Lyons, both of ,, ,, , ,, . , . . ,,, ,, i i ' G arv p au i Smith a n d Cheryl n , · i ,, ,· j n ,u- Evonne McCormick, both of Patrick Martinez and Cynthia Marie Reed, both of 2700 C St. ra "" Ken John Richard McCurren, 1204 Elmer Edward Miller Sr., 29th St. Rd., and Debra Kay 4341 Carlsbad Dr., and Lela Jamieson. Bmilder. ' Howard, 3500 35th Ave. i international group Officers of the Cosmopolitan Club, the standing from left are vice president Adela Jniversity of Northern Colorado's foreign Martinez, Caracas, Venezuela; treasurer Ta tudent organization, pose for a final photo of Cheng Chiang, Republic of China, and he school year. Seated is club president Elisha secretary Sathien Tongbua, Bangkok, jodirey Semakula, Uganda, East Africa; Thailand. (UNC News Service photo) YOUR HOUSE MAY BE LOADED WITH CASH Real Estate Equity Loans 1st and 2nd Mortgages Up To 10 Years With Easy Payments AT BANK RATES WELD COUNTY INDUSTRIAL BANK 1111 7th Ave. formerly Greeley Mountain Industrial Bank 352-4634 Car stolen, set on fire In other weekend accidents, police reported three other accidents caused more than · 82,000 in damages and four : persons suffered minor injuries. None of the injured persons received hospital care. 17lh Ave., and Charles Myer, 408 N. 67th Ave. The Brockway car received S500 damage, the At 12:14 a.m. Saturday, a Putnam auto, $900 damage, and Greejey firemen responded to motorcycle driven by Michael damage to the Myer auto was '· an arson-caused car fire : at Richard Cullen, 21,71121st Ave. set at .5400. · 10:10 p.m. Sunday at 2408 7th Ct., and a car driven by Mat- At 5:35 p.m. Sunday, Bernard Ave : " - · · thew Charles Boshinski, 2022 Lujan Kuentes, 14,8114th Ave., .: . The 1964 auto, owned by Mack 27th St., collided at 9th Street received minor injuries when '.-. Murphy, 1425 'l6th Ave., had and nth Avenue, causing minor the bicycle he was riding and a ' A.been stolen from the parking lof injuries to Cullen and- a car driven by Edna Sepeda, ?· of the Latin quarter, 122 N. llth passenger on his motorcycle. 1012V4 4th St., collided at North ; A v e . "· ' . ·· The passenger was identified llth Avenue.and B Street. ' According to firemen, the car'as Melinda ' Hergenreter, 17,. The bicycle received S50 : received $500 in damages and Plalteville. . . . . - . , ' . ' damage, while there was S15 was a total loss. Police estimated .$100 damage to the car. Firemen awards The Greeley Firefighter Union Local No. 888 held its awards banquet Friday night and presented awards to several people. Back row, from left, Fire Chief Bruce Forbes, Bill'Porter, received award for 18 years of service as fireman and member of the IAFF No. 888; Gary Chamberlain, 18. years as fireman and member of Local 888; Ron Usher, vice Cow slaughter above average, below year ago U.S. cow slaughter is continuing at levels which are higher than historical averages. However, the slaughter rate recently has been less than a year earlier, in addition to declining seasonally, the American National Cattlemen's Assn. said today. Commercial cow slaughter in April has been estimated at 677,000 head, it was pointed out by economists with Cattle-Fax, the market analysis service sponsored by ANCA. This represented a decrease of 11 per cent from the April, 1976, total of 765,000 head, and it was down 16 per cent from the previous month's total of 806,000. For the first four months of . the year, cow slaughter was 3.2 million. "Known For Service" SHOCKS STOCK A'S^S MUFFLERS 95 $1095 Installed £ Exhaust Systems and Shocks For * , Campers · Recreational Vehicles ^ * Pickups · American Cars jj 'f · Foreign Cars X £******************* 2601W. 101h St. ' 353-2537 president of the 9th District of the International Association of Firefighters; and Greg Woods, president of No. 888; Larry Tomlinson, received past president appreciation award; and Mike Peters, Greeley Tribune, winner of honorable mention award for photo entered in the International Association of Firefighters photo contest. rrs A WESTERN FAMILY ARM There's fun for everybody at the Greeley Independence Stampede. Rodeo, great country music, a barbeque, a flapjack feed, a dance, fireworks, a parade, even Buffalo Stampedes and Watermelon Races. Bring the gang and make a day ... and a night of it! Let's Rodeo: PRCA Rodeo performances. f Ajj^ June 30-July 4 '''X? Thursday, June 30--8:00 p.m. Friday, July 1--8:00 p.m. Saturday, July 2--2:00 p.m. Sunday, July 3--2:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Monday, July 4--2:00 p.m.--Rodeo Finals Each rodeo performance features a Buffalo Siampede and Watermelon Race, too! Let Us Entertain You: Hear Ronnie Milsap --Counlry Music's Entertainer of the Year in 1976 along with opening act Judy Lynn--on Saturday, July 2, at 8:00 p.m. Celebrate the Fourth of July with us and hear Bobby Goldsboro, singing all his hit songs. The Trailriders will be appearing along with Bobby on Monday, July 4. at 8:00 p.m. Let's Eat: There's a barbeque--only $1 a person Thursday, June 30 at 5:00 pm. Buy a ticket to tonight's rodeo and you'll get yourdollarback! There's a Flapjack Feed and it'sfree, sponsored by Sambo's of Greeley. Sunday. July 3 f rom 11:30 am lo 1:30 pm. Let's Dance: After the Ronnie Milsap show on July 2, you can dance ihe night away at the Weld County Exhibition Building. Island Grove Park. Judy Lynn and her band will provide the musical good times. Let's H ave A Parade: July 4,10:00 am we'll strike up the band lor our Fourth of July Parade through Downtown Greeley. And after the Bobby Goldsboro show tonight, there'll be a spectacular fireworks display. Don't miss it! GET IN ON THE GOOD TIMES ATTHE GREELEY INDEPENDENCE STAMPEDE IT'S A WESTERN FAMILY AFFAIR. FOR MORE INFORMATION ANDTICKETS Cfll 1 3b6-2855 IN GREELEY OR USE THIS HANDY COUPON. TICKET ORDER FORM NAME_ ADDRESS CITY _STATE. SIGNATURE- LEGEND 2Si -- 5 ORDER SPACE Rodeo Please senci me it lots' o . . J'CKeS as the ordai space Enu'osea is my Check Night Shows

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