Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 20, 1961 · Page 2
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 2

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, November 20, 1961
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;hey enjoy the ccWacts'it brings them," Ihc study found. The survey of 810 writers, edi tors tnd photographer! (bowed that newspaper employes ranked clearing ^ ^ No , in enjoyment , contact with Interesting people as compared with Ihe fields of irwdi- 'a cine, teaching, engineering, law, Dr. Cliilton Bush ot Stanford clearing house (or dissemination public relations, advertising, gov- Studies Urged To Learn How People Read a Newspaper DALLAS, Tex. (AP) -- A rc-!thc "establishment of a clearing 'searcher told newspaper editors house lo report, and Interpret re Friday that studies must bo con- search In a regular newsletter to dueled lo learn how pcoplo read editors and publishers." i newspaper. Civavinger also called for Universlty said "we need to. dc- of results" of research. He said ernmcnl service and retailing, velop a body of knowlcdgo lhat his research commlllce can not Newspaper work also ranked first " ..... ' · explains news reading bchnvtor."|Undertake Vile said tlie knowledge is needed bu l '{ ''because the newspaper has lo adapt lo change. Th« main change is in the higher education ol Iho audience. "Another change Is in Uie do vclopmenl o( new media thaljemployes like Ihelr work and pfesenl news and cnlerlainment." many would not take. any. other major projects spark itself schools and olheri lo undertake in "freedom from routine. The 810, however, ranked newspaper work low in opportunity for major projects which newspaper leisure, income and' opportunity (oik think arc necessary." A survey of newspaper staff [or advancement. "Staffers seem to show little numbers In 25 slates showed that reluctance to advise their sons or i.Dr. Bush and Lisle Baker Jr.,' vice president and general manager. ot the Loulsvillo Courier- {(·panel, discuss ion on newspapers Press Managing Editors Assocla- kind of job. The job altitude study of' editorial employes of 36 daily newspa- Journal and Times, took port in pers was prepared by Robert.M. at a meeting of The Associated bt the School of Journalism of 44.3 per cent said "fa,irly well.' Pennsylvania Slate University. tion. Tlie panel was moderated by Findings were announced to the doing a very good, good, paisabV Howard Clcavlngcr of the SpolsancJAPME today. Chronicle, chairman of the APME, Editorial employes "particular- daughters to go Into newspaper work If they are so inclined," the report. slated. . , Asked, ."How· well, does your paper keep its readers up-Update on local and slat* news," '«.5 per Pockrass and H. Eugene Goodwin cent said "extremely well"-aw Asked whetlwr their paper wai or poor Job, almost 80 per cen checked either "very good' journalism research committee, lly tend lo think of Ihcir jobs aS|or "good," In a speech prepared for Iho Important and satisfying. Most ofi -meeting, Dr. Bush siiggosled'lhem find the work interesting and'USE THE T R I B U N E WANT ADS ·JTOTICE OF--SBALBD KNI SAI.K: Puraimtil to authority contained fn Section 6331 ot tho Internal Revenue Code, tho following dp scribed properly has been seized for nonpayment of delinquent In ternal revenue tnxea duo (roir A u a l l n 51. Corklns. »16 23rti Street, Ureelcy, Colorado. The property will bo sold In accord ance with th« provisions of Section 6336 of the Internal Revenue Code and the regulations there- under at publlo nale under eal «d tlOs which will ue opened or the SOtli day of November, 1961 at 11:00 A.»I- «t 305« 16tli Stroll. Grectey, Colorado. 1951 Chevrolet Pickup Truck one-half ton, .Motor No. J U A 144 06S Colorado Llcenso Number HV 3772. Only tho right, lltle, and Interest of Austin M. CorUlns in arm to the property will be offered foi *ale. Prospective bidders are re quested to write or caU In per son at the office of the District Director at 905 H 16th Street, Qreeley. Colorado for the purpose of securing Internal 'Key, enue Service Form 2222, Seale Bid For Purchase Of Selzei Properly. Bids must be submit ted directly to Bert F. Barnum Revenue Officer, 8 OB. 14 let! Street, Greeley, Colorado, · prloi id. the time set for opening thi bid*. Bids m u n i be acoompanlei by t h e full amount ot the bid h the form of Certified ChecH Bank Money Order, Cashler'l Check, Bank Draft or Posta Money Order. V. LEE PHILLIPS District Director age 2 JREELEY-TR!BIWB M»n,-N»v.-20,-1W1 Seminarians Exist BERLIN, Germany (AP) -- Dc- 'ite pressures against the lurch in East Germany, 585 udents now are enrolled in roteslant seminaries In thai rea. The figure was released by licials in East Germany who aid UK total represented slightly ss than 1 per cent of the total st German student population 69,129. 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A copy of the film will go to le Pim XII Memorial Library a esuit-operaled St. Louis (Mo. ill be opened to Hebrew scholars by next fall, Father Daly said. It wxl year .because of the.c'oop«r»- tavolves ^ ^^^f whlch wiu on of Catholics and Jews in a ^ ^^ (Q ^^ Qf ^ each 100 feet long. Th« whole project Is described as tanlamounl io copying 25 years of the New York Times. New Seminary KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -Southern Baptists have dedicatee niversity where a voluminous their newest seminary here, Mid ollection of Vatican manuscripts western Baptist Theological Serri- Iready is preserved on micro- inaryi Five campus buildings arc ilm. complete. So far, $2 million has The new manuscripts will . 1ect Ibe development of Middle Wonderful Christmas Gifts for Children Ths Wli»rd of Oi Ailc« In Wonderland The Christmas fjarol Plnocchlo Landmark Bookl Dr. Seuss Books Sr?w White and Otaer Storlei Babci In Toylind Mothtr Goo«» The Wide World · i « of Transportation , . . of Music ... of the Sa ... of Communications The Explorer Booki . ... of the-Wtither . . . Under the 8e ... of the Moon . , , of Mars Little Women Treasure Island Robinson Crusos Black Beauty Tom *wift The Marguerite H e n r y Books The Pooh Books The Cherry Ames Series The Nancy Drew Series The Hardy Boys Series i 1 If It Isn't In Stock We'll Order It for You! yen Invested in the institution by J :he denomination. 815 SHi St. EL 2-7764 GREGORY'S The Gift Store For Men 813 8th St. Eastern and European . Jewish earning during the medieval, aissance and early modern per- ods, a Brandeis University pokcsman said.,They include Bible a 1 commentaries, mostly pn.the Old · Testament; Pr«(sely' ! w h a t hey contain; however, won't be ;nown until scholars of all faiths Degin to pore over' them. Officials of the Pius XI! ^brary, seeking a sponsor for the 20,000 copying project.- ap- jroached Brandeis University last year. The university was interested, iut likewise without « sponsor, Brandeis President · Dr. Abram L. Sachar turned to hu friend, Richard Cardinal Cushing of. Boston, The cardinal collected $20,000 from his archdiocese j to put the project over. This' was th« latest iri a long scries of expressions of encourag- ment from Cardinal 'Gushing," Dr, Sachar said. A Brandeis spokesman pointed out the cost of the project doesn't at all reflect the value of the documents to the university. "The manuscripts obviously are of incalculable value," he said, "if on- y because they aren't available !rom any other source." Charles J. Ermatinger, film librarian at St. Louis University, said the documents are especlalr iy Important because of th« role played by the Jews in the spread »i philosophical and scientific learning in the Middle Ages and during the Renaissance period. The Rev. Lowrie .J. Daly, S, J., .vho originated the St. Louis col lection, explained the Vatican Library's more than nine miles of shelves are divided according to .FINE CHINA, SILVERWARE. STEMWARE. 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