Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 11, 1976 · Page 10
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 10

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, March 11, 1976
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l« GREELEY (Coif.) TRIBUNE TlMn.,M«cfcll.Un In the Armed Forces UlK Academic courses to be offered over KUNC-fM Steven A. Ftrsythe Aboard USS San Diego Seaman apprentice Steven Andrew Forsythe, son of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Forsythe of 1218 17th St., Greeley, was recently graduated from recruit training at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111. Upon his graduation, Forsythe, a 1975 graduate of Central High School, was assigned to the USS San Diegn in the Sixth Fleet. He joined ship at Naples, Italy. When he returns to the U.S. in May, he will attend naval school for training as a gunner's mate at Great Lakes. Jacobs. Drake Drake graduates Navy Airman Jacob S. Drake, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schreiner of 806 E. 18th St., Greeley, was graduated from recruit training at the Naval training center, San Diego. Classes include instruction in seamanship, military regulations, fire-fighting, close order drill, first aid and Navy history. Infantry training Marine Pvt. Phillip C. Gonzales, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Gonzales of 1906 30th St., Greeley, completed Infantry Training School at the Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, Calif. He received specialized instruction In infantry weapons and tactics. Aboard USS Enterprise Navy Fireman Apprentice Gregory J. Leber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leland T. Leber of 519 Walnut St., Windsor, is taking part in a five-nation naval exercise off the California coast as a crewmember of the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise N a m e d " V a l i a n t Heritage" to commemorate the U.S. bicentennial, the exercise involves 41 ships, 200 aircraft and more than 18,000 men. The 11-day exercise, including forces from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdon and the U.S., is designed to test the ability of the allied navies in joint operation. The maneuvers will include missile firings at the Pacific Missile Test Center, Point Mugu, Calif., carrier o p e r a t i o n s , u n d e r w a y replenishment, communications and gunnery tests. A former student at Windsor High School, he joined the Navy in January, 1975. Wagner reports Marine 1st Lt. Donald L. Wagner, 28, whose wife Peggy is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Donald L. Holley of 2201 22nd Ave., Greeley, has reported for duty at the Marine Corps Air Station, Santa Ana, Calif. A 1971 graduate of the University of Colorado with a bachelor of arts, he joined the Marine Corps in January 1974. Wltlstock graduate^ A Greeley man has graduated at Lackland AFB, Tex., from the technical training course for U.S. Air Force security police. Airman Stephen J. Wittstock, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Wittstock of 1405 26th St., was trained in security and law enforcement. Completion of the course enables him to receive academic credits throutli the Community College of the Air Force. The airman now goes to Fail-child AFB, Wash., for duty with a unit of the Strategic Air Command. Airman Wittstock Is a 1974 graduate of Central High School. MImms graduated Navy Seaman Hecriut Joseph L. Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Travis Mimms of Windsor, was graduated from recruit (raining at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111. Gasses include instruction in sea m a n s h i p , m i l i t a r y regulations, fire-fighting, close order drill, first aid and Navy history. Carlos S.Valdez Valdez selected Airman Carlos S. Valdez, grandson of Mrs. Maria L. Flores of 1902 5th St., Greeley, has been selected for technical training in the U.S. Air Force aircraft maintenance field, at Sheppard AFB, Tex. The airman recently completed basic training"''- at Lackland AFB, Tex., whert he studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs^and received special instruction in human relations. Airman Valdez' uncle, Henry Flores, resides at 323 S.W. 4Znd St., Loveland. Ronald G. Lapp' Completes EMT course Navy Hospital Corpsman .1C Ronald G. Lapp, son of Mr, and Mrs. George Lapp of Kersey, has completed the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) course at Portsmouth, Va., a course for training personnel in emergency care and treatment. Now stationed at Norfolk Naval Shipyard at Portsmouth, Lapp's duties include responding to any emergency calls at the base. Lapp's wife, Marjorie, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Biggs of Greeley. The Lapps have a daughter, Angela Joy, 17 months. Man fined in weapons case Heports for duty Coast Guard Aviation Structural Mechanic Airman William Perez, 41, 320 S. 8th possession of an illegal weapon. Ronald P. Boyce, 18, son of Mr. Ave., was fined J150 and court Perez pleaded guilty Feb. 9 to andMrs.DonaldF.Boyceof 501 costs and given a suspended 90- a charge of having had a.25 cal. E. 2 8th St., Greeley, has day jail sentence in District handgun concealed on his reported for duty at the U.S. Court on a carrying a concealed person Oct. 31. The charge was coast Guard Air Station, weapon charge. filed in connection with an Hanger 103, Opa Ixicka Airport, The defendant also was or- incident in which the defendant Opa Locka, Fla. dered to pay restitution in the allegedly drew a gun and A graduate of Greeley West amount of 197 for the breaking threatened Christobal Lucero, High School, he joined the Coast of a window in a patrol car. Rl. 1, Ault. Guard in June 1975. Judge Jonathan W. Hays suspended the hail sentence on condition Perez not be charged and convicted for one year of carrying a concealed weapon or Katharine Hepburn Is the only star ever to win three Academy Awards. SPORTSMAN'S PI6EST CAST STREAMERS WITH BAIT-CASTING TACKLE , STREAMER- IQ-B" TE EITHER RK3 ON A S'-LBAD- £K TIED TO CASTING LINE. US* TWO CUNCH SINKERS TOTALINa ENOUGH WEIGHT TO CAST STREAMER. USI R« *A* W LAKES OR RIVERS: L(T IT SINK TO LAKE'S BOTTOM, THEN RETRIEVE IT IN SPURTS. IN RIVERS, CAST IT ACROSS AND DOWNSTREAM TO ·SWIM" ASAINST THE CURRENT NEAR THE BOTTOM. USE RIG'B" IN SNAS-BOTTOMEO STREAMS; IF SNAOOeO, SINKER SUOSS Off. W-W FARM RANCH AUCTIONS Wednesday, March 17--12:00 Noon for KREMERS RANCH of La Porte, Colorado Located on Hiway 287 Vi mile north of Ted's Place on Kremers Ranch Road. TRACTORS TRUCKS: Int. "M", wide front, 3-pt. w/F-11 loader 4 2 heads; AC WD45 tractor, 3-pt.; 1953 Ford, 4S2S w/Harsh feeder wagon; 1953 Chev. 2T, 2S w/stock racks (good); 1942 Chev. truck; 1935 Ford truck; Farmhand manure spreader on older Chev. truck; z horse stock trailer. FARM MACHINERY: Eversman 5' V ditcher; Evcrsman land leveler (auto); Int. 4-row corn planter w/fcrt. attch.; Int. 4-row corn cult.; Int. mower; Int. 2-bot. tumble plow; JD side delivery rake; 9' Killefer disc; Gleaner Baldwin 12' combine, pull type w/pick-up unit, remote control, elec. lift, Ford Industrial motor; JD 10' power binder; Int. 20C corn chopper w/motor; Int. PTO hay chopper w/hay head; 4-whsel rubber tire wagon A box; wheel hay rake; old grader; Graham Hoeme cult.; JD 2 way 2- bot. plow; weed burner; 3-bot. one-way trail plow; JD horse mower; weed sprayer; harrow; old F-ll loader w/3 heads. ANTIQUES «, OLD ITEMS: Wagon wheels; joes saws; harness; cowbells; buck saws; doubletrees; eveners; large potbelly stove, telephone insulators; hanging scale; fruit jars; army saddle; misc. items too numerous to mention. MISCELLANEOUS: 35'qrain hay elevator w/qas motor; bun saw; irrig. tubes l to 4"; 300 RR ties; 300 posts; telephone poles; light poles, 20 to 35' lengths; barbed wire; woven wire; tank heater; cabinet for bolts; shop tables; Int. elec. cream separator; 2 livestock scales; garden cart; numerous good tires; roller feed grinder; burr mill; cattle hoof trimming chute; fanning mill; stock tank heater, oil; misc. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Dining table w/t chairs; bed, vanity ft drtsser; Iron-rite ironer; 3 chairs; 2 dressers; 12 x 15 rug; 3 lawn chairs; croquet set; baby bed; high chair; t qt. pressure cooker, new; 12 qt. pressure cooker; Filter Queon vacuum cleaner; Detector commercial scales; good elec. household appliances. JimWingate Willard Hartnagle Ernie Wlmmer Ph. 4M-19S4 Ph.772.lSI2 Ph. 493-3111 By IINC NEWS SERVICE The University of Northern Colorado will experiment spring quarter with academic courses through campus radio lUlion KUNC-FM. Three courses will be offered on the radio for univenity credit, and a fourth for pure enjoyment, according to Jim Cobb, spokesman for the UNC Center for Outreach and Non- Traditional Education. The course!, all worth three quarter hours credit, are "Moral Frontiers of Biology and Medicine, "The Politics of Feminism,"and "America and . the'Fu^re of Man." "Conversations with Will Shakespeare and Certain of His Friends," will be broadcast for non-credit. "To the best of, my knowledge, this Is the first time any station in Colorado has tried-this," said Ron Camp,station general manager. Camp said part of a grant from the Colorado Commission on Higher Education (CCHE) would be used to cover costs of getting the programs on the air. KUNC-FM and the Outreach office hope costs will eventually be covered by-tuition charged those taking the courses for credit. KUNC, located at 91.5 on the FM radio dial, estimates it has a good signal for a SO mile radius from Greeley. It is heard easily in Fort Collins, Loveland, Longmont, Boulder and throughout Weld County, according to Camp. In general the courses will begin later this month and be aired weekly. "Moral Frontiers of Biology and Medicine" is offered through the UNC School of Nursing and carries the course number Nursing 406. The instructor for the course will be Peter Horn. KUNC will carry the 60-mlnute course each Wednesday, beginning March S4, at 8 p.m. It will run through May 26. In addition to listening to the radio program and carrying out the usual assignments, students in this course will neet with Horn twice on the UNC campus. Those dates are April 17 and May 29, both Saturdays, and both sessions running from 1-4 p.m. in Gray Hall. The tuition for the course will be 160 and in addition a text, "The Second Genesis," by Albert Rosenfeld, will be required. Enrollment will be limited to SO students and the registration deadline is March 19. "The Politics of Feminism, PSCI-207," will be taught by Dr. Richard Perchfik, chairman of the UNC political science department/The course will be aired from 8-10 p.m. on Tuesdays, beginning March 23 and will be worth three quarter- hours of credit. Tuition will be $45 and the deadline for registration is March 19. It is scheduled to run through May 25. No limit has been set on the number of students. In addition to the tuition, in all cases as set by the CCHE. students will be required to obtain a home study learning package, according to Cobb. The course, as its title suggests, will deal with the role of women in American politics. "America and the Future of Man" will be given for three credits and at lower and upper school levels. The lower level bicentennial overtones, it will will be ID-Wand tuition will be involve distinguished scholars »45. The upper level will be ID- from a variety of disciplines 49« and tuition will be tw. examining the American ex- The course will be taught by perience, and its implications Dr. Ralph Mann, University of tor the nature of man. Colorado history department AJJ lnr ee courses can be faculty member. The broadcast r e g i l t w l ,,, , hrougn lhe format for this program varies Colorado \Consortium for slightly from tlK other two in , nd » pendent ; study and credit that it will be aired twice a Hed , b VNC , 'and Iran- week, Monday and Wednesday, j ferrab | e (0 cu Colorado State at 7:30 p.m. for approximately Unlm ,jf yt western State 20 minutes. The course begins Co|lege tai th ^ university of March 24 and runs through May southern Colorado'. Tuition is 26 - . the same for all, schools and The registration deadline will crem ,, adjusted . to semester be March 19 and can be ac- , j where amicable, complished through the CU * ". Division of Continuing The non-credit Shakespeare Education, Center for Life- program is a compilation of Long Learning, 970 Aurora, several years of the Ashland. Boulder, 80309. O r e g o n , S h a k e s p e a r e a n The other two courses may be Festival, registered for through the UNC Cobb said it was intended for Center for Outreach and Non- secondary school teachers who Traditional Education in might then use some of the. Greeley. ' material for their classes. It Basically a contemporary will begin March 21 at a p.m. and futuristic course with and will vary from 24-45 \ Pork concessionaires make 'marvelous profit' WASHINGTON (API--The chairman of a Senate review of national park operations said Wednesday that park concessionaires seemed to be making "marvelous" profits on sales of everything from post cards to a room for the night. The observation of Sen. J. Bennett Johnston, D-La., chairman of the Senate Interior subcommittee on parks, came during the'testimony of Don Hummel, head of an organization representing all ..linutei. II will bt'carried every. Sunday IhrouaJT May 27 and no tuition , M will be charged. -..- Soenes from several Shakespeare plays- will be broadcast throughout the series. Both Cobb and Camp look for success in the program and hope to add other courses In the future. If the spring quarter delivery system is lucceMful, Cobb said courses in the area of marriage and the family, cybernetics, nursing, and psychology could be added as early as summer. Further information on all courses can be obtained from Cobb in the UNC Outreach office. The phone number Is 3512891. concessionaires of the National Park Service. In 1975, the Park Service's 286 parks, monuments and other units had a total of 239 million visits by the public. Hummel, who also has the exclusive contract for services at Glacier National Park, said concessionaires' profits are inadequate, marginal, and that many stay in the business just for the appeal of the work and irJts themselves. ' Ph. 353-0244 ; ' - . 8076th SI. ioslins THE TOP OF THE SEASON We'd like to show you something spectacular! Take a look q[ these two great tunics... a great new look from Jane Holly. LEFT: Open Neck Collar Tunic In pretty patchwork pattern of Red/Navy on a Natural background. Sizes 10-18. 14.00. ' RIGHT: Square Neck Gauze Tunic with lace trimmings. Whlfe or Natural. Sizes 10-18. U.'OO." Fine DuPont Dacron® Polyester and cotton blends. Other fun .tunic' Styles available. Better Sportswear. Store Hours: Monday thru Friday 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. Saturday 10a.m. - 6 p.m., Sunday Noon-5 p.m. ', DUPONT acron

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