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TKE Donates 25 Pints Of Blood To Adams Fund ·v JIM HITCH Sometimes Ihe general public tends to associate college fraternities with fun, frolic and foolish- Blent. ' It's because some fraternilies have gained fame for various fcals · ranging from stacking members 1 inside telephone booths to rac- ' ing across country with "man'. powered", beds. A fraternily at Colorado State College has come up with a feat . of its own that deserves recogni- . . (ion. It's slriclly humanitarian. . . Tau Kappa Epsilon, Delta Del, ta Chapter, is donating 23 pints of blood so that a Greeley house ·wife and mother, Mrs. Robbie Adams can have life-giving, open . heart surgery. The whole project got underway at Ihe insislence of Paul Melmed, ... one of the fraternity's members. The appeal for blood was print ed in a Tribune story and public forum recently, and the slot) was .read aloud in one of Melmed's classes. Melmed presented the ' story and the project idea at a ' business meeting of the fraternity last Monday. Contact Blood Btnlc The fraternily contacted Mrs : *Yed Kissler, clerk for the blood ''bank at Weld County General Hospital. Immediately the donors began visiting the bank. They still are and still will next week until the entire 25 pinls'have been taken ·"and credited.,to Mrs. Adams. Mrs. Kissler said she was very pleased with the response to the appeal for Wood. She was full of . praise for the TKEs. ' Eight pints of blood have been . received from the general pub Mrs. Adams contracted rheu- artists. would cost an additional $37 plus T pint. Other blood donors can help out by phoning EL2-4121. Cash donations to the Adams Fund may, e mailed to Norman Dean at he Weld County Bank. TKES who donut"d blood are: r red Bradley, Dick Rogers, Nick ilcPhee, Rob Luchsingcr, John {ozuszko, . Barry West, Ron Schupp, Phil Metzler, Cliff Hofwolt, Dennis Bolitho, Jack Miyamoto, Richard Hill, George Wick- slrom, Paul Batliste, Mike Bui- CK*. Larry Rider, Dave Larson, ieorge Philip, Rich \Verntz, Fred Weber, _Roger Kruckburg, Paul Melmed, Mike Kenwood, Ron 'ackard and Pat Holligan. The TKEs have betn on the CSC campus since 1953 and now number 46 on-campus members. Dick Rogers is president of the ralernity this year. malic fever as a child and has ha several recurrences of the dis ease. Sht now requires delicate surgery which must be performe by a doclor at Peter Bent Brig ham Hospital in Boston. Op*»H«n ScrwduM The operation is scheduled for · Dec. 1, but before it can begin Mrs. Adams must have 40 pints of blood and $1,000 in cash. Without donations the blood College Library Will Be Open on Sun. Afternoons The Colorado State College li-j rary hours will be extended lo uhday afternoons. 2 lo 5 p.m ffective Sunday. Nov. 19. These Sunday hours will be In ffect the remainder of this year. with an evaluation held at the end f each quarter to determine if students are using these additional lours. . The previous schedule of hours f being open from 8 'a.m. to 10 i.m., Monday through Thursday, md 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and ialurday, will still be maintained '· P«titiWi Hazel Johnson Writes Article On Tank Murals The murals painted on the scp- K tanks at the sewage treatment )]ant here were the subject of an article written by Miss Hazel E. Johnson of Greeley which appeared in he Nov. 13 issue of the Chrisian Science Monitor. Illustrated by two large photo- jraphs taken by Bob Waters, Gree- .ey photographer, the article, describes the large abstract murals and'tells how;City Manager B. H Cruce arranged to have them painted by Nancy and Janusz Kosi i, young Albuquerque, N.M. "A Iruck bypass is planned around the city of Greeley which when completed, will go within a few hundred feet of the .disposa' plant," Miss Johnson's article eon eludes. "What could be more eye-ap pealing than abstract murals oh what would otherwise be simply septic tanks?" USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Tim MMMM NEKHT GRAYBEAL'S , Optn Friday Night. Until 8:30 Many CSC students have peti- ioned for additional opening hours f the library. As'a result of thesu many requests, Dr. William R loss, president of CSC, asked the taint Budget. Committee of Ihe Legislature for additional funds and a mortification of this year's udget to. include funds for main- aining Sunday hours. President Ross estimated that he cost 'of maintaining a skeleton rew .and keeping the building pen for Sunday hours'might run as high as $20,000. The committee was not favor- ible to alloti'ng adidtional money or this purpose and requested hat the hours be extended to Sun- lay afternoons, with the cost be- ng carved'out of other items during this year's' budget. Optn PtrkxKcally The library has been epsn on Sundays periodically since 1836 ut was closed each time when he administration felt that too :ew students were taking advan tage of the Sunday hours. ·It was decided last year to have :he library remain open during Ihe supper hour, 5 to 7 p.m., mak ing the library available to stu dents 74 hours a week. This total s slightly higher than the average number of hours other libraries o state-supported institutions are open. According to Daniel E. Seager lead librarian at CSC, the num XT of hours per week that the library is open at other state-supported institutions are as follows Colorado State University, 73 hours; Western State College, 67 hours; Adams State College, 6-1 hours; Colorado School of Mines. 66% hours; and University of Colorado, 104 hours. Only the University of Colorado and CSC maintain Saturday afternoon library hours. HOME ON.LEAVE ie Gary Smith, FTGSN, above, jon of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Smith ot 2416 13th Ave. He recently grad- uated'from 24-weeks at fire control technician school at the Naval Training Center, .San Diego, Calif. After a 15-day leave, Smith will report to the receiving station · at San Diego for.further transfer to the aircraft carrier USS Ranger, now opera|ing in the Tar East. He enlisted in the Navy under the Buddy Program with three oth; er Greeley men in September, 1960 and was graduated from recruit training in .November.- He' reported to the Naval Air Station, North Island, San Diego to await the convening date of his school. Smith enlisted under the Graduate Training Program after graduating from Greeley High School in 1960. BONN -- Food imports, of the Federal Republic ot Germany from countries of the Eastern bloc, assumed to be much larger than they actually are, could actually be dispensed with and are largely admitted on grounds of commercial policy only. Greeley Producers 1 Mile North of GrttJey, Colorado Phone 353-4121 Public Stockyards Federally Approved 6-Day Livestock Market W« are equipped and authorized to act for you at PRIVATE TREATY in the exchange of livestock. As a special service, we sell at auction on Tuesdays and Wednesdays of each week, Our facilities are among the finest in the United States. AUCTION TUES., Nov, 21, 1 P.M.- 1500 to 20OO Stockcr and F**d«r Cattl* There will be another good calf run. Also, we have a number of feeding cows coming in. Buyer reaction to this Auction is very good. If you have stocker and feeder cattle to sell, we suggest you ship to this Tuesday Market. AUCTION WED., NOV. 22, 9:30 A.M.- SUuchtwrs Cattle We will sell grain-fed and all other classes of slaughter eattle. Plan to consign to this sale. We have a good, strong, active market and the packers depend on as for a Urge part of their supply. -SPECIAL EVENTS- AUCTION SAT., NOV. 25, 1 P.M.-Catf Auction Sponsored by the ranchers of WaWen, Colo. About 30 choice calves suitable for 4-H and FFA work. All proceeds to the North Park Community Church. AUCTION MONDAY, NOV. 27, 12:30 Noon Registered Hereford Di»per*al Nixon Hereford Ranch, Saratoga, Wyo., will sell about 300 head of registered cattle. For further information, contact Harry Green, Record Stockman, Denver. This Market Was Developed By Cattlemen for Cattlemen WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT US-ANYTIME K. W. GRIESER, Manager MARINE PFC. JOHN ADAMS son oi Mr. and Mrs. Dcwey.Ad- ams ot Evansville, completed four weeks'ot individual combat training Friday, at the Second Infantry Training Regiment, Camp Pendlelon, Calif. Each new leatherneck receives Ihe training upon complelion of recruit training to ensure his proficiency at combat formations, weapons, firing and maneuvering, techniques, individual pro- leclion and safe movement under day and night combat conditions. Nik's Son-in-Law Visiting in U.S. NEW YORK (AP) Sovic Premier Khrushchev's son-in-law is in this country to do a serie of stories on political and econom c matters in America. Alexei Azhubai, who also I: chief editor if Izveslia, a govern ment-owned newspaper, arrivet Friday night from Moscow. H sain" he would work in New Yor! and Washington. Evans . . . By MRS. REA FUERSTOCK EVANS -- Palti Bennett, wh represented Evans.High School a Girls' State last June, gave a re- poit to members of the Parents Teachers Club Tuesday night. Ed Berlier, who attended Boys' Stale, PRIVATE J E R O M E G . SHEETS, above, who'recently completed basic training at Fort Ord, Calif., has left for Fort Lewis, Wash., after spending a 13-day leave with his family. He will be given advanced training in construction at Fort Lewis. Sheets, a 1957 graduate of Galelori High School, r k fhe son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sheets of Galeton, and is married to the .former Janet Scofield, daughtcr-of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Scofield of Eaton. Mrs. Sheets is making her home with her parents while he IE in the N*lton EnNitt in Air Forct Darreli D. Nelson, son of Mrs. Gordon Jensen, of 624 13th St., enlisted in the Air Force Nov. 8. He. enlisted in the mechanical career field of the Air Force. Af ler five weeks basic indoctrination course he will be sent to techni cal school to learn a specialized job within the mechanical field. Nelson was born in Iowa and attended schools there before mov ing to Greeley. He attended Greeley High School prior to his enlistment in the Air Force. Form*- Gro*l«y Man Ab**rd . USS Imlopondonc* John Walton, ot the Navy Air Force, is serving aboard the aircraft carrier, USS Independence presently assigned to the Medi :erranean Sea. During the past three months they have been in the ports of Cannes, France; Athens, Naples and Genoa, Italy and Istanbul, Turkey. Walton reports that he has taken several rolls of movie film of the various places' he has visited. He is the son of LeRoy Walton, formerly of Greeley, now of Twin Lakes; and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. R. Morris Walton of 1809 13th Ave. Walton, a graduate of Climax High School, has been in the Navy 1V4 years. was unable to be present because ot illness. :Teasers from the junior class play, "Headin' For a Wed din'," were presented. The play was given Friday night. Mrs. Mar vin Ley was in charge of the bus 'mess meeting. Mrs. Jim Easter who was secretary! resigned, a she had moved out ot the district Mrs. Anders Anderson was- ap pointed to fill the vacancy. Eric Schoenhaar, principal of the higl school, reported on a.meeting o he committee on civil defense Plans for taking care of the schoo children were discussed with foul alternatives to be presented to the larents. Members of the commit ee will contact all parents in the district to find out what the chil dren are to do in case of an alack. Denton Brown announces hat the-first band concert of the year will be held Tuesday night, s r ov. 21, t 8 o'clock in Ihe gym. A small charge will be made to raise funds to furnish more instru ments. Refreshments were servec y Mrs. Al Rentro, chairman, am Mmes. Floyd Meis, Elvin Cros saint, Jim Brown, C. E, Durr, F }. Rickard, DeLon Melby, an Helen Hayes. The next meeting will be the second Tuesday nigh 'n December. Joe M. Jennings from Fremont Neb. visited with his mother, Mrs A. B. Jennings, Tuesday night. WCTU will meet Monday Nov 20, with Mrs. George Fausz eas of Evans at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Walter Durst was hosles to circle two of the WSCS of th 'n The Courts D. F. M*rh«»r/t JP Court Jesus 0. Tovar, Severance, per- nitting unauthorized person to rive, $5, costs. Hewwd Murny's JP Court Harold G. Bradfeld, Boulder, eckless driving, $50, costs. Walter E. FWler, Denver, shoot- ng protected song birds, $24, :osts. Gary Browning, Greeley, care- ess driving, $25, costs. William Glasgow, Greeley, no account check, dismissed by dis- rict attorney on payment of costs and restitution. Calvin Hugh Tolbott, Kersey, no operator's license, $5, costs. Johnnie Ixipez, disturbance, SO, costs and 60 days in jail, with ail term suspended on payment of fine and costs and good be- lavior for 18 months. Emmert Ralston Dolton, Gree ley, drunk driving, $100, costs. Dave J. Flipse, Denver, hunting without license, $13, costs. Eugene Ernest Michalik, Millien, reckless driving and driving while license suspended, $125, costs. OUtrict Court 1 Divorce Complaints Filed Mrs. Belle Martin, 1203 Olh SI. 'iled a divorce complainl against George J. Martin. They were mar ried here July 7, 19C1. \Yilliam A. Taylor. Rt. 2 Brighton, filed a divorce complaint against Mrs. Anna Bell Taylor Married April 9, 1934, they have two children, both of whom arc emancipated. County Court Boy in Stabbing Sontoncod A 16-year-old Greeley boy who was arrested as the result of the stabbing of a woman here Sept 28 was decreed a juvenile dclin quent and sentenced to the Look out Mountain School for. Boys a Golden by Judge Roy M. Briggs in county court Thursday.. The boy was sentenced to an ihdefinil period in the s^ale school. 2 Boys Put on Probation A Greeley boy, 17, and a Ht. 1 reeley, boy, 16, were placed 01 robation for not more than two ears. The two youths had beei ecreed juvenile delinquents Oct 5, the 17-year-old for a law vio alien Ocl. 15 and the 16-year-ol Sal., Nov. 18, 1061 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page I M O D E S T M A I D K V S Tl.OTIrk IllEMHH V. I. Nlwt Mkt Methodist Church Monday night Mrs. Ray Armes was inch arge c- the meeting. Mrs. Earl Crisp lee the devotions assisted by Mmes Durst, Roy Whisman, Laurin Ro berts and Armes. Mrs. Charles Hansen became a new member Articles for the bazaar wer brought. or one Sept. 17. D*cr»«d «t Juv«nil« Three boys living east ot Au were decreed juvenile delinquen or law violations Nov. 41 XI oldest ot the trio, 17, was se enced to 10 days in county ja with time already served to a ply. The other boys, one '15 an one 14, were each fined $10 an costs. · 7 EtolinqlMncy P«fiti°m Seven new delinquency pel ions were filed in (he court. Greeley girl, 13, and a Si. 4, Gree ey, girl, 14, were accused of 1m iolatipns Nov. 15 in 'petition igned by Deputy Sheriff Henr Ahrens. A Greeley boy, 17, wa accused of a law violation Nov in a petition signed by Polic !gt. Charles Arvas. Jn another petition signed b Tomer Kidder, a Greeley boy, l: vas charged with committing aw violation Oct. 16. A Longmon »y and a Berthoud boy, both 1 ·ere accused of law violations Oc !8 in petitions signed by Dentil Sheriff Lee Nf. Garrison. In ai ither petition signed by Garrisoi a HI. 1, Ixmgmonl, boy, 17, wa .ccused of a law violation Nov. S»nt»iK«l for Drunk Driving Julian Albert Arnelas Jr. plea ed guilty to charges of drunk dri ng, drunk driving, second offens* and driving while his license w; suspended. Judge Briggs sentenced the d endant to six months in coun iail on the first two charges, h suspended three months of t' GNUS, Amminition SARGENT SHOP USE THE TRIBUNE WANT AD 1015 8th Avt, EL 3456 "If you'r* going to run with It, run toward Ihe eup, will you plaase?" ntence and provided Ornelas ould be on probation after his elease from jail until November 962. On the third charge, Ihe dcfend- nt was sentenced to 30 days in il, to be served concurrently ith the first sentence. Gr*nt*d Divorce Everelte Williams, Rl. 2, Eaton as granted a divorce decree from rs. Frances Louise Williams on tie grounds of cruelly. The ree signed by Judge Briggs warded custody of the couple's vo minor children to the father. FiUs Divorce Complaint Mrs. Alice E. Smilh, Evans, led a divorce complaint against arold E. Smilh.-nicy-were mar- ed Sept. 22, 1956, at Erie, and ave no children. ·thiopian Speaks To High School led Gross Council Twenty-seven students and eachex-sponsors attended the reg ular meeting of the High Schoo Red Cross Council in the Greele Building Monday evening. Schoo represented were College High Eaton, Evans, Gilcrest, Greele igh, Heath 'Junior High, and Teeker Junior High. Yigazu Oda of Ethiopia spok« o the group about schools and ic Red Cross in his country. Oda, students at Colorado State Col- 'ge, is one of a thousand Klhio- ian students studying teacher dfucation in schools throughout he United States. After the business meetirg, ouncil rnembers'filled Christmas lockings with candy, nuts and oys. Evans High School served r«- reshmenls to the group. Teacher-sponsors present were Irs. Nora Gigray of Eaton, 'Mrs. ibera Douhenmter of Evans and Irs. Robert Baab of Gilcrest. Irs. Richard Blake, chairman o) ducalional relations for the Weld bounty chapter of the Red Cross, was a guest. . The next meeting of the High School Council 'will be Jan. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Red Cross rooms n the Greeley Building. RIO DE JAN1ERO -- BrariVs National Bank for Economic Development (BNDE) has-granted a 700,000,000 cruzeiro loan to a Rio de Janiero firm for increased produclion 'of trucks, passenger cars and diesel motors. CATTLE AND MACHINERY SALE TUESDAY, NOV. 21. 1961 Starting at 10 A.M. Lunch by the Prairie Vltw 4H and Sunday School. We will Mil at public auction for Mr. Ktrnilt Golart, locates 11 mllei ea«t of Ault, Colo., to government ilgn, then T/ t mllea north'or 11 milet we»t of Br!ggid!e, Colo,, then 7y f north, the 'oltowTng: 8} Hereford cows; 5 yearling Hereford hfrt.; 7E Hereford ateer and hfr. calvo; 3 Reg. Hereford Polled Built, age 3 and 4 yean old; 1 Buckikin Gelding, ranch broke and 7 yean old; 1 »orrel] yearling Colt. 1960 Chev. Pickup; 1946 Chev. truck with end hol»t, good condition; 1940 Chev. truck, good cc-ndl- ilon; 1949 Chev. 2-Door. 1S1-55 Mauev-Harrli tractor; 1953 44 Maiiey Harrli tractor with pump; Model. L Case tractor; 34 CO Case tractor; CC Caie tractor with Laurldien loader; 2 K2 Case combines, 12 ft.; 12-ft. Cachthut combine, self propelled; 16-10 Oliver drill; 10-14 Oliver drill, deep furrow; Massey Ferguion baler, like new; Graham Hoehme 13 ft.; Calkins rod weeder; Kraui one way, 10 ft.; Baldwin grain auger.\yith-ga« motor; JD corn harvester; Maiiey Harrit 17-ft. disc; MM. mower; Dump rake; Deerlng tide rake; Maiiey Harris '.heat houstr; 4-row corn Ilit'er; 2-row Go-dig; 4 row Go-dig; roll over Mlskln scraper; 3 300-0s! ia tanks and stands; Hammer mill; fanning mill; 3 ton block salt; 4000 balss good hay; 700 bales bright wheat straw; appr. 3000 bales straw; 2 14x34 tractor tires, good; stock saddle, like new; some tools, shovels, forks and lots of misc. 18 sicks spring wheat. Mr. and Mr. Kermlt Golart have sold their ranch which Is the reason for thlt sale. These cows will be sold according to age and »re from 3 to 8 years old. These cows will ail have clean bill of health and have been pregnancy checked. Be sure to attend this sale, a these are good cattle, Sale Conducted By Weld County Livestock Comm. Co. Aucts.: Claude Redman Ralph Greenwood Howard Corr Greeley, Colo. Tom Kime, Mgr. Elmer Morgensen, Clerk NOTICE OP K1XAI, JIF.TTI.KMENT TH ihr Cnnnly Court IN and for W CnuBtj- ot M14 and. X t n t « of CelorAdD N". S741 Estate of I.OUIS H. PULS, Deceased. Notice la hereby given that r h a v e filed my f i n a l report In the C'mmly Court of Weld County, Colorado, and that any person desiring: to object to the same shall file written objection with the 8«id Court on or before De cember II. 1961. .MARTHA FIJLS A d m i n i s t r a t r i x iThe.Greeley Dally Tribune !NOV. 18, IS, Dec. , 9, 19C1. KHUWfREYOUSEnK nBrWa- Two Classic Lanes Specials 1UQC CLASSIC NOTICE OV FIVATi SKTTI.KKKNT Phone 353-4121 t*t C«MP.tr «f WM Mud S t a t e nf Colorado No. SRIfi Estate of EVA HERGF.RT, Mao known us EVA F. H K R G E R T . _ Jot Ice Ii hereby g i v e n . t h a t we I'hav* filed our f i n a l report in __"_v County Court of Weld Conn- Illy, Colorado, and t h a t any person " Iring to object to the s a m e 11 f l l o written objection w i t h ·'the suld Court on cr b e f o r e De- 1 cember 18. 1861. HENRY HKRGERT DAVF, KERGERT Crt-ExecutorR of the KM ale of Eva HerKtrt, Deceaied L Charles A. Karo* - *ky ]|307 (Irseley BulMiritf I Oreeley, Colorado JUtlorney ||The Oreeley DmU.r Trlh»n# |NOV. U, 25, Dec. 2, », 1M1. TURKEY SHOOT Monday, Titsday and Wedwsday Nov. 20, 21 and 22 $2.50 CLASSIC Separate Handicap* for M«n and Wom*n HANDICAP SWEEPER Starts SATURDAY, 1 P.M, Extends Thru SUNDAY, 6 P.M. $3.50 No \Ast Than Two On Any Two Ijines! Thret Lines On Any Two Lane* 250 Game i/, Jacltpol 2454 Sth AVMMM

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