Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 28, 1972 · Page 9
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-1.0 GRBELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Fri.; April 28, 1972 PET OF THE W E E K - Six-year-old Shawna Akin, a bit of a culie herself, cuddles a sevcn-week-old Beagle-mix pup- · py who is available for adoption at Ihe Weld County Humane ·· Society's Animal Shelter, nth Street and U.S. 85 by-pass. Other cuddly pets looking for a home are two male Greyhounds; two male German Shepherds and two female Coon,' hounds. The Shelter is open all day Saturday. Shawna is · Ihe^daughler of Mr. and Mrs.'Ron Akin (Tribune photo by -" Jim Briggs) Employers Urged ToKnowf/7eLaw Firemen Called Concerning Women Employment W i d e r opportunities f o r women and the laws thai prohibit sex .discrimination were subjects of an all-day 'conference held Wednesday at Ihe University Center. The conference, ' "Changing Palterns in Emptoymenl for Women," drew sonic 45 rcpre- ' from local industry, ousiness, agencies and com- inunily organizations -- despite [he blustery and wet weather thai hampered transportation for some out-of-town panelists. Urges Asking Help, Information released at t h e conference noted an increasing number of complaints aboul sex discrimination. K 11 i s Bert, regional attorney for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), encouraged employers lo seek advice through such federal agencies as his. Bert cited several Supreme Court cases striking down "protective" legislation since these ad- In several cases substantial back pay has been awarded to women seeking equal pay or the opportunity for a particular job, laws operate against the vaiicemcnt of women. he said. Charges against, employers for using sex-segregated want ads have also resulted in losses Tax Limitation Petitions S//// Available for Signing Petitions for the placing of a proposed properly tax limita- ion constitutional amendment on the November eleclio'n ballot ire 1 continuing to be circulated in Weld County and will be for another six weeks. tThis was reported Friday by J. \Nprman Brown of Pierce, president of the Weld Counly taxpayers -Association, one of :he organizations sponsoring the proposed amendment. ; Brown said persons willing to ilrciilate or wishing to sign petiliong should call either 352- BV3 'or 034-2539 for information ftga'.rding the petitions. a'J, Reported Going Well i.The' association president-said tv'.was .reported al a recent she'eting of representatives of *c, association, (he Properly tax Limitation Conimitlce of Sonver and interested citizens of Weld, Larimer, Bouklcr and Morgan counties that the peti- fion signup campaign was going well in Greeiey, Denver, Pueblo and olher places. At least 10,000 .signatures are being sought in Weld Counly. Brown also reported that word has been received that the stale tax commissioner in Denver has instructed county assessors to reassess ail residences 10 years of age ant older. "II is a confirmed facl that the new proposed method ol assessing these older homes wil rcsull in a greatly incrcasei assessed .valuation," he said. "Properly owners should be cognizant of these mailers il they arc lo protect themselves at (he polls and they arc urge: to call the phone numbers given in order to sign' or assist in the circulation of the petitions." · The Weather The proposed amendment would limit the tax on property 'o Hi per ccnl of the actua value of tlie properly, except for already acquired bonded indebtedness or n higher levy approved by voters at an election. 10 employers. "1 encourage you o find but what is necessary o be in compliance with the aw. Our Denver and regional offices are there to help you," Bert said. EBOC enforces. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 which prohibits · discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed or sex.' Charles' · Fifzpalrick, area director for the Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor, said his' office has investigated complaints under the Equal Pay Act of 1963. Cites School District Kilzpalrick said one of the complaints was against a school dislrict that had separate pay scales for maids and janitors. Under the pay act, the district was required lo make the scales equal. Olher panelists from (he Colorado Civil Rights-Commission, 11 r. W ' s Education Branch, Office of Civil Rights and Ihe Women's Bureau urged employers to become aware of the legal requirements. Department of Labor funding, the program has placed female beads of households in such non-traditional fields as heavy equipment operation, truck | na( , caugh i , ire- ' Twice Thursday Grecley firemen answered two alarms Thursday, one involving a car fire, the olher a false alarm. At 3:21 p.m. Thursday, fire- nen were called to 8lh Avenue and 14th Street, where an auto Greeiey Junior Philharmonic Schedules Spring Concert The Grecley Junior Phiihar- Selections to be performed by · monie String Orchestra will »»s. group of talented young driving, brick laying and house painting. The program's aim is to enable women with families to eurn salaries adequate fgr their support. Nearly Half Women A briefing prepared by the Women's Bureau and presented by Alice Mack, assistant manager of the Chamber of Commerce, said 49 per cent of today's labor force is female, and most of those are concentrated in the lower-paying clerical and service jobs. The Women's Bureau, created 52 years ago lo develop policies and programs for the working woman, supports equal opportunity employment. In recent years the Bureau has increased ils activities as women become more aware of their rights and opportunities. The briefing encouraged employers lo examine their atli- Lionila Saenz, Women's Hur-jludes -- including many myths ..-. ...-:.__, .!!_,,,.._ - - - = · about women -- and to get the i;'. Th» Weather Els«wh«re \ : By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS '·;-· ' High L o w P r ? Albany, cldy - 55 2C .... '.·Albu'quc, clear 68 40 .... ^'Amarillo, clear 6G 34 .... .^Anchorage, clear 41 29 .... VAsheville, clear 71 34 . ^Atlanta, ptcldy 72 47 . . '-Birmingham, plcldy 77 49 ..... Bismarck, cldy 5 2 . 4 3 - -:._ IBpise, plcldy 73 51- _ . ''{Boston; clear 51 30 :Buffalo, ptcldy 52 M ... ·.Charleston, clear 70 57 .... ECharlotle, clear 70 41 ! Chicago, cldy 56 -in ... 'Cincinnati, cldy Hi 4:1 [Cleveland, cldy ' 49 28 _ . (Denver, cldy 43 33 .02 !pes Moincs, cldy 58 49 .34 '.Delroil, cldy 57 35 ._.-' ·.Dululh, cldy lil' 41 ... 'Fairbanks, M .M Fort Worth, cldy 6!) 43 .... :Gre.en Bay, cldy GO 43 ... ·Helena, clear 67 30 .... llonolulu, rain 84 70 T iHouston, rain 74 1)2 2.26 '(Tnd'apolis, cldy 09 47 fjacks'ville, plcldy 75 49 'Juneau, M M M jXansas City, cldy 64 50 ·Little Hock, cldy (17 54 '.Los Angeles, cldy P,!) 55 ·Louisville, cldy 69 51 'Marquetlc, clear 66 :I2 Memphis, cldy 70 fil iMiami, ptcldy 76 72 ·Milwaukee, ptcldy fil 40 ( Mpls-St.P,' cldy fil 52 ·A'ew Orleans, cldy (if) (in :New York, clear 5ii 41 f O k l a . Cily, clear fi5 48 ^hilad'phia, clear 57 40 ' Phoenix, clear 87 56 Pillsburrjh, cldy 50 34 j't'land Ore, rain 78 41 .Pt'iand Me, clear 51 32 Rapid Cily, rain 40 303 Richmond, ptcldy 71 3f, Kan HicRO, cldy 71 53 SI. 1/niis, cldy 70 58 Salt Lake, clear C.2 30 San Fran, plcldy 73 49 Seattle, cldy 77 44 ·Spokane, ptcldy 73 49 Tampa, cldy 80 Cfi Washington, cldy fi2 41 -Akron, cloudy Alamosa, clear Canon Cily, clear Cheyenne, .cloudy Colo. Spgs., cloudy Crook, rain .Denver, cloudy. Fort Collins, cloudy 45 Grand Jet., clear La Junta, cloudy .Lamar, drizzle I.eadville, cloudy Pueblo, cloudy Salida, cloudy Sedgwick, dimle Trinidad, cloudy .14 .01 .in .2R 43 37 31 56 17, 60 33 35 23 4C 30 42 38 33 35 64 -36 57 39 5fi 40 32 M 57 40 5(i 20 M 35 58 29 .02 T (I'-NC report as nf fi a.m.) High Thursday _ . 44, Low this morning : 34 Precipitation _ _.. .04 Total for year ..._ 2.0S Normal through April .107 Sun will rise Saturday nl 5:03 n.m. and will sel at 6:02 p.m. Forecasts C o l o r a d o -- Decreasing cloudiness mountains and cast, otherwise fair lonig'hl. Fair e a s t Saturday, increasing cloudiness west: Warmer dny- imes. Ixiw tonight, 35 to.'15 west, 30s east, 15 to 25 moun- lalnsl High Saturday, 65 to-75 west and south, 60s and upper ·ifls northeast, Sfls in mountains. Wyoming -- Fair tonighl and e fl s I Saturday. Increasing cloudiness wcsl Saturday with chance of rain or snow showers a western mountains. Kew rain showers lower elevations west by late Saturday. Warmer 'onight and east Saturday. 'Low tonight, 3D lo 40 al lower elcva^ :ions, 20s mountains. High Saturday, 60s east, 55 lo 65 west, ·10s mountains BExfended Forecasts Colorado -- Kxlended outlook Sunday through Tuesday . . . occasional snow first .of week. Partly cloudy Tuesday. Colder through Tuesday. Highs in 50s find low 60s with 40s mountains. ,, Ixnvs in 30s with 10 to 20 mountains. Stork Express Born at Weld County General Hospital: To Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomason, Hudson, a daughter, on Thursday, April 27. Mr. and Mrs. David Walson, Koulc I, Box DC, Millikcn, have adoplcd an infant girl. Tammy Lynn, b o r n July 13, 1071, in G r a n d Junction. , Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, I.ewis Osier, 2635 2.1rd Ave., and Ihe paternal grandparents, Mr. ,03 and Mrs. Carl Walson, Route .02(1, Milliken. .02 Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard .Oi'L. Ilisam, 3114 West laurel St., TJSan Antonio, Tex., n son, David T ' Andrew, on Sunday, ApriL 23. [Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. I Ed win- Ilisam of Greeiey and 'Mr. and Mrs. Alfred to Llamas of San Arlonln. oufl/j/ui iui; ui u i u dmuiKimem estimate its adoption would result in a reduction of ap- proximalely SO per ccnl in properly tax levies. The backers of the amendment contend support of schools and government primarily bv properly taxes is unfair and discriminatory and thai a continued increase in' mill levies at Ihe rate of recent boosts will be confiscalory. The proposed amendment would provide an opportunity for much needed fax reform, in their opinion, by forcing the slate legislature to finance the bulk of the cost of operating 1 schools from other lax sources. Presbyterian C h o i r Plans S u n d a y Concert The junior and primary choirs iof the First United Presbyterian Church will present ;i program of sacred music al 4 p.m. Sunday. Both choirs have participated in worship services' throughout Ihe year and were heard on Radio K U A D al Christmas time in a story of the carol "Silent Night." Repertoire for (he program will include anthems by Dale Wood, Austin Ixwclace, Natalie Sleclh and other contemporary composers. A melody written by two of Ihe junior choir members will be performed. Of instrumental interest will be flutes, trumpets, recorders, bongos and rhylhni instruments lo be used at various times as accompaniment. The choirs, with 27 junior voices and 22 primary voices, r arc directed by Gail 11. Mottola and accompanied by Mary " Amcndola. The public is invited to the program, to he presented in the church sanctuary. ; Hospital .. Dismissals Dismissed from Weld Counly General Hospital on Thursday April 27: Baby Tony Cilia, 1423 si Ave.; Ixirna Miller, Nunn, Victor Guerrero, Anlt; Sarah Royhal, Gilcrost' Manuel Villa- Ronez. Windsor; Michael Mcllin, 2137 2filli Ave.; Mrs. Patrick Hhagolla, (127 2lsl Ave.; Casper Hoffman, G I O 6th St.; Karl Cogburn, Gllcrest; David Garrison, 1720 23rd Ave.; Daniel Miracle, II12W 13lh Ave.; Mrs. Mary Becker, I.oveland; Thomas '. F r a s e r , Bnnell Retirement , Community; Mrs, Joe Jojala, La Salic; Baby Girl Steinbach, 833 SOIIi Ave. Court; Ruben 1 Salazar, !MO B SI.. Karma A. Woerncr, 2028 Buena Vista s Court. Iron-Ore Reserve , JOHANNESBURG - South I Africa has a reserve of more . thiin fi -billion Ions of ore with . an iron conlcnl of (id per ccnl 1 or more. This is enough to last s 1,00(1 yenrs al the nation's pre- xnnl hnnsiminlmn raU'. ilaincd by il Engleman of I ^ jfl ·PH Bull r · y . :· ^^^Hi^l Kv m ·.^·mSf *····· -·a ml --··· V "-^K ,v- ^ *.,.-.'.. . ..-".':.'· L '··"''.-: --:v. : - 'ri-vV ; :f»' i S/ i''."'/ · \ *~ * i - .- ' «-·'- -' .' : : · '*.··'··' · ~i ' ':'·· *'·';. . . r.- ;--:.- :: v.; j*4:-*;' '..:./:';-./ '·'· ' ·''!''''· eiiii ·,: ;-...; Rug ::·.·:':·:' -out'- · . . . ' . - '· ' you k ; . ' . wra i'.'.. ' · · ' Hie'' - ;'.''' f° $ P : ' tone I - !· c-'-^-- · ·' · '·''·'' · '\TOBiUS i BtACKWJ i · .--·' SIZE' 't · · - - ' 1 \A78-13 : ·· - ..-.-. · .-.: E78-14 , ^ ··; -' · · ·; · i -^if^i^ : 7 ?'f78-15 ; ... . G78-U I V- G78-.)5 i ":'·*· H78-14 I ·'· '.-.H7.8-15 ·AND T|MM mma^mm RIVE 7.3! j \^nJi( 7(°^ eau regional director, said Executive Order 11246 requires government contractors and subcontractors to develop goals and timetables for better utilization of women workers. Dr. Teresa Malumphy, luncheon speaker, emphasized the overall need of "Liberation of Persons," nnl just women. Dr. Malumphy, associate professor of health and physical education at UNC, said men are discriminated against as much as women in the occupations they are allowed to pursue..She said men are also limited in leisure lime pursuits and the roles society expects Ihem to play. A Denver program, "Retter Jobs for Women," was ex- by ils director, Jane The auto,-belonging lo Frank Pollard, 1934 8lh Ave. caught fire around the carburetor when Ihe . engine backfired, according to fire reports. Damage to the carburetor and wiring in the auto was islimated at $250. At 6:28 p.m. Thursday, a false alarm .brought firemen to Ihe Weld County General Hospital. Firemen djsco,vered a 10-year- old boy had pulled the switch on the alarm box. .-Firemen contacted (lie boy and explained to him what he had done. The boy's mother was aha advised of the situation by firemen. iresent ils annual spring concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Ihe Greeiey Elks Club. There is no admission charge and the public is welcome 1 to attend. The orchestra is composed of area school sludents ranging ram grades 6 through 12 and is under the direction of Dr. Kenneth B. -Evans of the University of Northern Colorado Ichool of Music. facts about Ihe current situation and law. Fred Thomas, chief of HEW's education branch, summed up the conference, saying, "The laws are very clear. lEnforce- mcnt by women is being pushed! more and more." He compared the situation lo John F. Kennedy's 1960's prediction that the U.S. would put a man on the moon before the end of the decade. "Instead we pul 10 of them up there," said Thomas, "This country can do what il wants to do." · The conference was co-sponsored by the Greeiey Area Chamber of Commerce and the Regional Women's Bureau of Brush Man Gets 4 to 5 Years In State Prison FORT MORGAN, Colo. (AP) -- Manuel Herrera, 22, of Brush, one of four prisoners who fled Ihe Morgan County jail last May following an attack on a jailer, was sentenced lo from four to five years in prison Thursday after pleading guilty lo a charge of conspiracy Patrol Reports j2 Accidents Two non-injury accidents occurred in' Ihe county Thursday, the Highway Patrol reported. A 1966 auto driven by Edwin musicians include- "Spielmusik for Siring Orchestra," ,by Henry Purcell, "Chaconne for String Orchestra," by Johann Pachelbel, "Three Classics," "Brook Green Suite," by Guslav Holsl, and ".Concerto Grosso Op. 6 No. 10," by G. F. Handel, which will feature three of the students in solo parts. David Mickens will play violin; Marsha Holmes will play viola, and Robyn Radasch will play cello. Members of the. orchestra are: First violins: David Mickens (concerlmaster), Ryan Trainer, Brett Howe, Sue Seager, Debra Frydcndall, Beth Schmitz, Nancie Johnson, Cindy Robinson, Laurie Phelps and Kama Linscome. Second violins: Debra Evans (principal), Amy Miller, Donna Saltzman, Steve Schwartz, Julie Mark Putnam of Fort Lupton Dill, Chris Cook, Uric Trainer, was damaged about $125 in ajSliari Dick, Lynn Phelps and mishap on U.S. 85 a half niileiTom Huerter. Koulh of Fort Lupton al ll:30l V i o l a s : Marsha Holmes (a.m. (principal), Kendra Wilhem and Patrolman Harold Payne said young Putnam losl control while driving 'south and the car skidded across .the median and the across the northbound Ihe U.S. Department of Labor. The sentence, is to run concurrently with a sentence of from 30 lo 50 years in prison, imposed on Herrera last October after he entered a plea of 8:45 p.m. guilty to a charge of second degree murder. The murder charge stemmed fro mthe Christmas Eve, 1970 death of Mrs. Delores Sanchez, 35, of Brash, the mother of four children. Herrera was in the Morgan Comity jail awaiting trial on the. murder charge when the escape was made last May. median and the traffic lane and struck a guard post on the east shoulder. Cars driven by Rhiney Roy Schoneman of Lucerne and Lauretta Elizabeth Dewalt of HI. 1, Eaton, were involved in a collision al Lucerne aboul The girl, who had been going south on U.S. 85, was attempting lo make ' a left turn. Schoneman also was going south and his car ran into the rear of the other machine. The girl's 1Q6B auto was damaged about $250 and Schoneman's 1967 car $150, Patrolman Don Swencki eslimalcd. Judy Benson. C e l l o s : Kobyn Radasch (principal), Laura Miller^ Kris. Ordelheide and Lisa Lang. ' n m 'emonam In loving memory ot H a r r y Lefisnr who passed away four years ago, April 28, a n d - B o n - nio Lesser, who passed''away April 1,-1!I72. Jt broke our hearts lo lose them, Bat they did not so alone, For part · of us went with tli em, The day God took them liorae. Our f a m i l y cirnlp, is broken, Two links are gone from our chain, But though we're parted tor awhile, ' t' We Know we will meet agalnr Sadly missed b y . their family : _..,. T ., ,.-_^,,. iM NUED! CLOSE-OUT! RIVERSIDE 6 ST-107 TUBEUSS BIACKWAIL *F.E.T. AND TRADE-IN WHITEWAUS 2,50 MORE Are you looking for a way to put quality tires on your car and save a bundle doing it? Now, at closeout prices, the ST-107 with strong 4-ply cord body-and wrap-around tread featuring more than 3300 _ gripping edges makes it possible. Hurry in now! 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