Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 26, 1962 · Page 15
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 15

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, December 26, 1962
Page 15
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26MM2__CREELEY TRIBUNE Pa«« 15 Closed-Circuit TV Courses From Boulder to Denver Set BOI'LDER - Cluseck-in-uit tel- Ttw prewnutiwij will be di! Life's Like That eviiiou presrotation of three credit courses from !h« University of Colorado Boulder campus to the C'U Denver Extension Center wili begin Tuesday. Feb. S. on an experimental basis. Offering 50-minute lectures, 25- minute discussion periods and "talk-back" communication between students and instructors, the courses will be taught by regular CO faculty members ia Boulder and will incorporate special Itch- niques in tek-uMon camera work. Dr. Robert de Kieflrr. director o( tlie IT Bureau uf Audio-Visual Instruction, said the new procedure, authorir^d by the IT re gcnls hist fall, will iiiMirv idcnti cal courM-s for both the Boulder campus ;ind the Denver center A platform has been erected on Ihe CU Flclrihouse roof to hold tile large microwave "dish" rel.'tv equipment, to bo installed by Jan 15. de Kieffer said. Business Corner reeled irom the UmveisJty tUidius! ui the Stadium Bid(i. t« a relay! point on the side o( Sunshine' t-nyon, west of Boulder, and to the Mountain Stales Tolepnone and Telegiupn (Jo. in downtownlienver. Cabletrananis- mil IK uaeo irom the teie- puone buildup tv the Kxtetuiou U.DUT nearby. 1'rof. C. A. liulchiiboii. aiiu- cialc dean ol Hie. Coikge ol En- iiig, will leach an upper i evuise in applied malne- matics on 'li-soday evening! Irum 45 lo 8 o'clock. Enrollment is e»uea«l to be about 3d, de Kiel .ei said. As»uc. 1'rol. CutttnMri C«t Fr*e Trlpt Five customers of Irrigation and| Power Equipment Co. ot Greeley " ] participated in AilK-Chali:iers' TM.' three-day, expense paid trip offered as a bonus to Anyone who iMXight one of the company's larm tractori. Two representative-, of Irri^a tinn and Pouei Equipment joined in the airlift to the "Land of Power." Allis-Clialmers' operations in Milwaukee und Chicago. Assoc. 1'rol. James Uugan oil llie economics department will' i a lower division course in .·cononucs from 2:10 to 3:30 pin. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Course material will include films on mrtvjmic principles (ron. tlie Learning Ilesources Institute. Eight or ten Denver students and about IM Irom Boulder are ix-cted to enroll. The Boulder students will participate via a closed circuit on campus. A third course lo be ollered lo! er center sludenls is one in educational psychology conduct- on tlie campus circuit last spring and this semester. Teach-; TS will he Pruf. Clifford Houston.! VMA- I'rof. James Weeks and: \sst. I'ro.'. Michael Kalk. all ol lie School of Education. Because Boulder enrollment is expected to be so large '30Qi, Ihv jself before tellicg us about i!." A» for the claim that Lynn may lave discovered Hudson Bay in UbO. support for this is based onjl ancient writings which mention ajl 14th century Latin book called "A!| rlappy Discovery. Voluntarily Made From the 54th Parallel li) thtr Pole.." The book itself apparently has not survived, but has been quoted in other worb. Var- shavsky says many historians considered it pure fantasy, but he]| disagrees. "Yw'll rnv. to ^ick it up at frw btttom rf th. hill DxMy'i Mi f*r HM kus." Columbus Not First Soviet Historians Say Customers were Fred Herbst ol La Salle, Alton Horn of La Salle, Henry Dettcrer of Windsor. E. B Foster of Cheyenne, and Rimnic Trupp of Ptojpect Valley. Com pany representatives were Oliver McAvoy and Ed Harms Thousands of farmers and ranchen. farm equipment dealcr« and salesmen took parl In the trip early December. Allis-Chalmer* said it was believed lo have lieen Ihp largst commercial airlift in aviation hisliirv. Yogi Slows Heart NEW DELHI - Modern record-! in£ equipment has disproved the notion that a Yogi can ttop his heart at will Three Yogis held their b.-calb and tensed abdomen and chest muscles so their heartbeat could not be heard by stethoscope--but the electrocardiogram continued lo record slow heart- isychoiogy course will be given wice each Tuesday and Thursday murning -- the lirst section rom 9:10 to )0:J5 a.m. on Cam jus only and the second section rom 10 35 to 11:50 a.m. both i campus and to Denver. Denver enrollment is anticipated at 15. Production of Ihe three courses next semester will employ all the available CU radio-television staff to capacity, de Kleflei laid He said purchase ol a video tape recorder and addition ol staff personnel \vnuld make possible telecasting ol mure courses next fall. Elizabeth Elmbladc Contributes Article I.AWKF.N'CE. Kan. - A Greele : .ludent who look part in the third year of the University of Kansa Junior Year in Costa Rica pro- firam contributed an article lo the linal edition ol Ihe program's On I fourth Yo K i. however. th» PuW'cal'on. the Sunflower. device showed a particularly 1m- prtMive slowing of the heartbeat --to nj much as S B seconds he-j Under Hit K.U. program, stu dents spend their iK at the Junior yea of Cos twecn beats. TUNIS - Three dam* are plan net! for erection in the Sudan SHUTTERS inside Hardworo WELL1CK L U M B K R CO. Qrtcky -- Ault -- Gilcton Ita Rica nl San Jose Tlw Cosla jllican school year runs [rom Feb ruary to November and the Amer loan students participating ii ,lhe program will return lo thei own universities next Icrm. Kli7abcl]i Elmblade. 17W Hlh si., was one ot two University o \Vyuminfi sudenLs who contribulei lo Ihe Sunflower. She wrote on "Omcress." Keenesburg Youth Named To Compete For Academy Spots Jerald C. Starks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles If. Starks of ·ieenesbur^. was one of 53 young Colorado men nominated by U. S. Senator John A. Carroll 'B-Coloi ;o compete for 10 vacancies in the nation's service academy classes beginning next summer. Starks was one of 17 nomin- aied by Carroll for a competilive examination to fill two available,) vacancies at the U.S. Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs. Carroll said Ihe youn^ men were chosen from a large field of applicants after scoring saiisfactor- II · on preliminary mental and physical examinations. They will still have to compete in tinaf menial ajid physical testin; to be administered by the various academies. MOSCOW 'Al--Soviet hislori ns have launched an assault 01 ie cherished belief that Cohnnbm li-covered America. The first assault came from his: orian Samuel Varshavsky. He an- lounced lie suspects an Englishman named Nicholas Lynn dis- overed Canada's Hudson Bay in 360--132 years before Columbus leaded westward. Varshavsky's claim was broad- ast last Wednesday by Moscow adio. The Soviet news agency ·osti distributed anotlier claim sturdily that Columbus may not ia\e been No. 1. The Novostl ar- ic-le was written hy Soviet historian David Tsukemik and said: "A detailed study of Columlius' 'irst voyage suggests that hU flo* .ilia sailed on the ocean on some xxiy else's heels. There is cvcrj crnund lor the conclusion that Co- iumbus had predecessors. He uset Iheir information w-hen selling ou 1 for the new world. "Who were they^ 1 This question deserves special study. It goes without saying that this does no detract (rom the historic signifi cancc of Columbus' voyages, bu only serves to substantiate the be lief thM hli great discovery wa: not accidental." Tsukcrnik said he based his the ory on records left by Columbus fragmcntar "The circum ;ueen Isabella of Spam what l,e|^' 1 « ot Yield Amazing -·xpecled lo find. In support of this. Tsiikernik After presenting clues, he declares: ilcs a lellei the royal couple rote to Columbus after his reurn: "It seems to us thai every- ling which you told us might be ound, has for the most part roved lo be trustworthy, as if, ou had already seen this your- OLYMPIA. Wash.-A new variety of short-strawed soft wintei ··heat, named Gaines. yielded a spectacular i55 bushels an acre on 11 irrigated acres of a Grant County. Washington, farm this year. Plant breeders at Washington State University developed Gaines. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS After Christmas stance* of Columbus' first tri show that the map and sailin: direction used by Columbus con aincd precise information not only about tlw location of the new world islands, but also about (lie routes both ways." 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This is our third extra dividend paid in the pa*t four years. Surh payments are made from net earnings after providing required reserves for safely of your savings. Total distribution of dividends in I!)fi2 is over jv!rl!.0(MU0. You are invited to enjoy absolute safety and high return on your savings, too. Open jour account w i t h us soon. " O/ / . / / / /^^ ^./l mu uuid lo Mti'e hive. /fclilLS ' KtnBnxss Jince 1908." Colotacta IOI9 CfGHTH O»c*uf. · « U · · GfiiSLEY · · · · £L 2-6193 if

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