Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 26, 1962 · Page 18
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 18

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, December 26, 1962
Page 18
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a *' TRIBUNE On. iu, 1962 Climber-Scientists Ready For First Everest Assault · "WASHINGTON - Americans' Ctirst attempt to climb and explore the mysteries of Moiurt Everest, t!ie world's loftiest mountain, will begin in January. 15 major expeditions. Now. an American lean; »f 20 scientist- muunUiinecrs has completed plans to use the mountain as a field lab ,,,, · '" "···T UK? moumain as a tieid la 1 K \T^, , 'T aS ' ride ' hl ' !oral01 ' V for ma *'« «ta«iHc re Nepal-Tibet border on the rooHsearch during the spring of 19^ j The large-scale expedition is ledlogiai, sociologist, and hUoriv. jby Norman G. DvnrwiiurtD. «l! The scientists will study: (California, a veteran ot the high, a i The mema! effects of ex- Himalayas. Chief spooso: are Uieltrecie stress on the climben at National Geographic Society, the iindividuals and as a group. National Science Foundation, Ot-! .b The behavior at high alii- ,, o! Na l al K « -start ' 1 '- l'nil«i t»d* »f the adrenal, a hormone- i containing gland that regulates body functions. c Glaciology on the Khumbu Glacier at Everest. d Weather meteorology. ' e Solar radiation. Barry C. Bishop, a staff mem- Stales Air Force -New York, and University of Southern California ;u I/*' Angeles. L'nlike past mountaineering et- orts. the American Mount Ev- Saving money regularly is like finding money when you need it! Th« First 8fh Aye. at" 9th St. of Greeley ·rest Expedition of 1963 will not lisband when the project is com- )!eted. It will become a perm- inent American Everest Founds- ion supporting future scientific tudies in high-mountain areas hroughout the world. Triplt AlMuft Although the expedition is primarily scientific, team members "·ill attempt to climb not only Cvcrest (29.028 feet', but her sis- er peaks. Uiotse 27.923'. the world's fourth highest, and Nuptse 25.726 feet'. The triple assault jy separate two-man teams will ake place between May 2 and lay 31, 1963. ber of the National Geographic, plans to measure solar radiation at 27.500 feet, the highest point or the earth's surface where this research will ever have been attempted. Mr. Bishop was clim- atologist and glaciologist for the 196M1 Himalayan Expedition led by Sir Edmund Hilla? and supported by the National Geographic Socielv. Sti»k»down «n Fiinitr Expedition members recently spent two weeks atop Washington State's 14.410-foot Mount Rainier checking out scientific apparatus, food, and the latest climb- and rescue techniques. Mr. i.iv ji lyoj ** --·*· »*-*.-i« iv%iuitijud. .111. .Everest has been topped only ^ata ±£ 3 ^ wice: Lhotse and Nuptse. once ach. No expedition has ever at- empted all three. - ly became a cohesive and smoothly functioning group." The climbers depart In January j for Katmjfldu. Nepal. They will ;"" nouiuuiuu. ncyai. UWV WUl Mr. Dyhrenfurth, a Swiss-horn ; hire TOO porters and. in February mountameer. has been assemblingjbecin the 20(Vmile walk to the he team, equipment, and funds W eamp »i the foot of Everest or t e Deditioii will carry- 18 tons * , i m. tAjAvuinui nui LUCI V lo IUI1S et i i · · Dr. William Siri, a physicist on ; o? equipment - glacier drills ice ,, e Umvcrsil - v at Fort Collins, he staff of the University of Cai-jaxes. peneralors. freeje-d'ried .?, ' S .. a , 1%1 Sraduate of Plattc- fornia's Donner Uiboratorv. is|'«d. oxygen equipment, tents " St ' n00 '- fornia's Donner Laboratory, isl'ood. oxygen equipment, cienlific director. Others include 'and scientific sear, hrec medical doctors, a psycho]GO WHERE SERVICE IS RON'S TV Hlllildi Center 353-4012 Asia Takes Third CANBERRA-Asian customers, fiscal 1962. Britain bought 20 per - ac a r c r a i c; cent, down from 32 percent in fss Franklin I). Hoosevelt jSixth Fleet's fast carrier strikingjjrts during the rear-long Uvingn : force, a vital part of American ' ' "'" " : :t)ie Army's Choo^e-it-Yous«lf vo- - -- . jcational training progriM aid seapower abroad. The carrier will ceive sjwcial academic and mili- chose to receive utiUtie* training course. He will also rt~ b* in the Mediterranean until March. She will visit Greece, Italy. France and Spain. T«kt» Pilot Training WEBB AFB Tex - Second: Lieutenant Jerry A. Singleton of Ureeley, Colo., has entered Air, Force pilot training here. Lieutenant Singleton, who holds a B.S. degree from the U.S. Air Force Academy, will fly the T- 37 and the new supersonk T-38 1 CHARLES E. MASON, Army private, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Mason. Rt. 2, Fort Lupton, is spending a JO day leave at home, while en route to an assignment at Camp Stewart Ga. Vason was graduated Dec. 7 from the Army's Preventative Medicine Procedures School at the Army Medical Training Center, Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. He was enlisted in the Army June 29 and received basic training at Ft. Knox. Ky. Prior to enlisting in the Army. Mason was attending Colorado State University at Fort Collins. ville High School. Bennett Vlsiti Turkey USS FRANKLIN D. ItOOSE- VEI.T - Air Force Captain John H. Bennett, son of Mr. and Mn. ,, .,, . ,, , --, --H - L. Bennett of 1862 12th Ave.. principally Japan, took more than Greeley, Colo., visited Istanbul i± f TM St.' '??! '"^^y. recently while serving aboard the attack aircraft carrie The Roosevelt is part of the tary training and will be awarded wings of a pilot upon graduation. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. Singleton of 2428 24th St., Greeley. Vtl*tt|U*l Enlilts Junior Velasquez. W. vjn of Mr. and Mrs. Benny Velasquez of Millikcn. has recently enlisted in the Army for three years. Velasquez was enlisted under ling. Following his enlistment cere- jmony *t the Denver Recruiting, Velasquez returned home on Christmas leave and *ill return to Denver on Dec. 28 for shipment to his basic training center. He is a 1962 graduate ·( Milli- keu High School. tofan Ftr Pr*Kr!p»im.-A4v. ANNUAL HION All Fall and Winter Stock T H E SHOP T O W N » » f C O U N T R Y 1600 Eighth Avenue Jacquie Carlson Gladys Mathewi Pre-lmentory Follow The Crowds To TRUITT'S 5 Da r$ of Suptr Soring! -- {,,«,,, |, cm ; B Our Stofe Reduced . Store HourJ 8:30 , m fo 5;30 p m Dai)y 531 DOOR BUSTER SPECIAL SCATTER RUGS OF ITMS NOW Eng · 3 PC. CURVSD SECTIONAL Nylon zip-off covers, comfortable foam cushions. i styles to choose from. REDUCED TO CLEAR » 2 PC. DANISH WALNUT SECTIONAL 4 Reversible Foam Cushions Zip-off covers REDUCED TO CLEAR · 2 PC. 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