Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 29, 1969 · Page 20
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 20

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, October 29, 1969
Page 20
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P«ge20 GREELEY TRIBUNE M'ert., Oct. 29, 1969 THE UNITED WAY - United Way o! Weld County Payroll Chairman Merrill Quivey lends his back as Miss ' Shirley Hunker, a secretary at Hewlett-Packard in Loveland and a Greeley resident, fills out a UW gift card. The occasion was the gift of $794 from Weld County employes of H-P to the fund drive here. The Loveland firm matched dollar for dollar, the contribution of employes and Quivey thanked them for their "broad-minded approach to United Way that permitted employes to designate to which fund they wanted to give." H-P 1969 contributions show a 46 per cent increase, employe contributions for Weld County a 190 per cent hike. (Tribune photo by Eric Lundberg) Three Coeds Report Molesting Three Colorado State College coeds told police Tuesday night Ihey were molested by an unidentified young man while walking on the streets near the campus. The incidents were reported Between 6:40 p.m. and 7:20 p.m. in the 1900 block on 9th Avenue, the 1900 block on llth Avenue, and at 20lh Street and 10th Avenue. All three girls told police the man was of stocky build, wearing dark coat and pants and that he was of dark complexion ivith Mack hair. In each instance the man came up behind the girls and "led when the girls screamed, 'n one instance he ran from one of the girls he bothered to- vard another who was walking nearby. Police said Uiey had also received a similar report a few days earlier and! that the reports are also, similar to incidents reported in the campus area during the last school year. The girls involved Tuesday night were not able to give an adequate description of the mo- cstcr, however. Wyo. Teacher Reassigned After Clashing With Board R1VERTON, Wyo. (AP) - Rivcrton High School Englisl teacher who ran into trouble with her school board over plans for an "Autumn Love Festival,' has been relieved of teaching duties. School Superintendent. Jim Moore said Tuesday 24-year-old Mrs. Suzanne Hunsuckor "has been reassigned to activities in connection with written assignments of students--meaning correcting papers." '· He added she also will work in an advisory capacity with the English department. Mrs. Hunsuckcr said she was told only thnt she had been reassigned. She thought she might be working with English curriculum planning. More Bases Due for Ax, Laird Says WASHINGTON (AP) - Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird said today he anticipates further cutbacks in military installations besides those announced Monday as the Pentagon's latest economy move. The announcement came as Laird released a list of 280 ac- lions in the United States and Puerto Rico "to consolidate, reduce, realign or installations.' close military Laird said Monday (here also would be 27 cutbacks in military installations overseas. He added today none of the bases involved are in Europe, Vietnam, Thailand or Korea. Laird noted the reshuffle would save approximately $009 million annually and that about 37,800' military and 27,000 civilian positions will be eliminated. The reductions are part of n $3 billion savings Laird announced as a goal on Aug. 21. The. changes, many of which wore revealed earlier this week by members of Congress, included: COLORADO North Avondale -- Operations at the Pueblo Army Depot will be reduced by July 1870 -- 261 civilian. Colorado Springs -- Army operations at Ft. Carson will be reduced July 1970 -- 122 civilian: Operations of the Air Force's Headquarters, Aerospace Defense Command at Enl Force Base will be reduced by January 1970--235 military anc She said: "I love teaching am I hope I can see my kids (Stu dents) again. I'm not sure what's going to happen next." The board earlier asked Mrs Hunsucker (o resign after some parents protested and board members visited the classroom where the festival was to have been held. She refused. The objections mostly focused on an abstract painting of a nude man and woman that was among the signs and posters decorating the classroom. Mrs. Hunsucker, a University of Southern California graduate who has been teaching in this central Wyoming town of 6,900 for about two months, said it all is part of the love-theme of her Festival--"Love of people, love of food, love of animals, love of country, all kinds of love." But nt a board meeting Monday night, Tom Hill, a member of (he board, said he and his colleagues feel Mrs. Hunsucker was teaching the sexual aspect of love. Not so, said Leslie Poinlcr, biology instructor at Central Wyoming College. He told the board and about 100 to\ynspcoplc who also showed up that biology textbooks have charts which arc more explicit in sexual detail, and added that many biology Masses now are taught with lifelike models of man and woman. One student, Eileen Dickinson, lold the board it is "inspiring to snow we have a teacher who is nnovative and shows that she cares for us through her innova- lons." Tlie controversial picture was available for the meeting, but lill declined to display it. "It would only provoke more controversy," he said. With Officers Eaton Brcik-in Probed Sheriff's officers were called to the Community Center in East Eaton to investigate a reported break in. A pantry door in the kitchen had been forced open, but it could not be de- lermined then what, if anything, :iad been taken. Theft Reported Gordon Leonard, 2505 14th PLATTE VALLEY HOMECOMINS Vicky Weimer, center, was crowned Homecoming Queen at Platte Valley High School. Vicky, a senior, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weimer of Kersey. Left to right are Junior Attendant Kathy Kerbs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kerbs of Barnesville; Senior Candidate Karen Dilka, daughter, of 'Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Dilka of Kersey; Miss Weimer; Senior Candidate Mary Sughroue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Sughroue of Gill, and Sophomore Attendant Diana Best, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Best of Barnesville. (Photo by Kadlecek Studio). Remarriage Marks 25th Year Since Pair's First Wedding TRENTON, Mich. (AP) Fern Rochon and Marion Grondin observed the 25th anniversa- ijome" ry of their first marriage Tues- Ave. Ct, told police Tuesday ,hat a shirt jacket valued at 522.50 was stolen from a locker at Central High School. Tap* Deck Stolen Gary Bell, Turner Hall, told ralice Tuesday night a tape deck 'alued at $80 was stolen from lis car. Coat Missing Peter Draney, Troxell Hall, reported Tuesday that a dark mnvn suede coat valued at $75 was stolen from his room. Billfold Gone Larry Kindred, Loveland, re- Wted Tuesday that his billfold vlth $15 was stolen at the Wool- o store under construction icre. Tachometer Taken Jerry Green, Harrison Hall, aid Tuesday night a tachome- er was stolen from his car. Cement Damaged A representative of M and A told police had marked rcsh cement curbing at the rear of the K mart store. day by getting married. The best man was Wayne Rochon, their 24-year-old son. The two were married hi their native Canada in 1944 when each was 18. In 1948 they were divorced. Second marriages to different persons also ended in divorce. About two years ago, Rochon said, he worked up the nerve to call his first wife and ask her for a date. They dated warily for months, trying to understand what happened to their first marriage. "I was irresponsible," ssid Rochon, a tool-and-die maker who lives in this Detroit suburb. "I wanted to live a little." He said he enjoyed going out and also wanted a new car. His wife, a switchboard operator at Windsor Raceway in Windsor, Ont., across the border from Detroit, said she wanted new furniture and a comfortable "We couldn't make couldn't sit down and talk it over," she recalled. So they separated. After they resumed dating, Rochon got to Jcnbw his son, whom he hadn't seen in years. The two became friends. Mrs. Rochon said of her once- again husband: "I know how to handle him now. I can talk to him now." Rochon commented: "No more arguments now. We found a way to end them. She just looks at me and I snap to atten- Carlos Damian First in Race In the 200-lap "B" kit slot car race Tuesday, Carlos Damian won first with 195 laps ! sections. Carla Kersbergen won a close second with 195 laps % section. Jack Sheets was thirc with 179 laps and Butch Eaton it. We fourlh Damian was also the fastest qualifier with 11 laps 14 sections. Next scheduled race at Don't 87 cents Store will be on Sunday, with a novice kit race set for 1:30 p.m. and the "A' kit race at 4 p.m. 30 Breweries Remain AMSTERDAM - In the Neth- srlands there are now only 30 sreweries, compared with 76 in 1946. Per capita beer consump- ;ion, however, is increasing rapidly: from nearly four gallons in 1964 to nine in 1967. PERCHLIK FOR MAYOR A L~ AutO n A/-/-ii4onf ' · n MCCIUeil I . u i e « A *,,.* An accident at 6:30,p.m..Tu.cs- day on a county road 1V4 miles cd in $25* damage to a 1961 car driven by Richard Lee Ge» ,,,,,,, Jr . of Keenesburg. r Patrolman. Mike; Cwey'fcaid an unknown driver made a left turn 'in front, ofi Gettman..,TKE ' · ' Keen ' esburg applied his , youth ' apparently and nis car southeast of Keenesburg result- slid 342 fc«'t, going -'off', 'the side of the road into « ditch. DELfFARM FOODS Powder for tough rtainil (Inc. 3c off) . Ajax Cleanser 26 C 21-oz. can Whiti, Pink, Aqua, SolJ--Rtgulir Bir Dial Toilet Soap 2/33c Pink or Amb.r, E.iy Lif.--32-oi. btl. Liquid Detergent 59c Liquid {or easy ironing--Quart Sta Flo Starch 25c Eats Stains, gels out dirt (inc. 25c off) '. ; ' ' · · " BOLD DETERGENT. King Siz» Laundry Powder--L*rge Sir* · · ' · · ' Biz Pre Soak 39c B«ig», for protictfon all day!--bath bar Safeguard Deodorant Soap 2/47c Gentle to fin« fabrics tnd h«ndi!--Ltrqe bar Ivory Soap 2/39c Soaks out slainsl (inc. lOc off) Action Dry Bleach 22-ot. box Thin prlcii good thru S.lurdiy, Nov.mbir I, Hi!. Wl ruirvi th rllM I. limit quinlltlii. N.nt igld to d.ilin it thill prlcn. Construction Co. Tuesday vnndals Stork Express Born to Mr. Richards, 410 and Mrs. Roy 16th Ave., a 97 civilian. Denver -- The Army's Fitz simons Genera] Hospital will reduce operations by July 1970-38 civilian. Operations of the Army': Rocky Mountain Arsenal will be reduced by July 1970 -- 80 civilian. emorteun J ANDERSON In lovins memory of Victoria Aiiilereon who passed awoy one year ago, October 21), 196J. They say tinis healn all aor- row, Even the loss of one adored But .aj the yens go pairing by. We love and miss her more. God gave us the utrensth to bear it. to face the blow, Hospital Dismissals Dismissed from Weld County neral Hospital on Tuesday, October 28: Lyle Grove Jr., C2( 23rd Ave.; John Slantillaties, .ovelnnd; Dennis Gratlan, Keenesburg; John Wood, Har- ·ison Hall; Mrs. Jack Estrick S42 30th Ave.; Catherine Win- ers, 1501 3Ist Ave.; Susan Eis- :nman, 2400 22nd Ave.; Gabino lontoya, 1219V4 13th Ave.; Mrs. Bess Mathews, 1217 14th Ave.; -eslie Mitchell, Weld County Vursing Home; Mrs. Florence ·, 1117Cranford; Mrs. Wiliam Wickwar, 2526 W. 15th St.; Waller Cook, Rt. 3; Mrs. Jose Perez and daughter, Platteville; Mrs. Paul 'Pyka and son, 2446 W; llth SI.; Mrs. Wesley Sargent Ave. and Ct.; diiiighter, 2541 21st Mrs. Donald Kerbs and son, 1105 7th St.; Mrs. Donald Proett and son, 3141 W. 5th St.; Mrs. Vcrlan Willis and son, Eaton; Willie Condreay, Fair- acres Manor; Mrs. Mildred White, G23 23rd St.; Mrs. Harold Elem, 604 26th Ave.; Mrs. Wilfried McGinley, 1902 12th St.; Henry Laurie ins. Lauck, Evans, McLaughlin, Fort and Col- Vocational Club Sponsors Cm* Wash Vocational Industrial Clubs of America (VICA)' is sponsoring car wash this Saturday ana he following Saturday, Nov. 8, at the Auto Mechanics Shnp, 243S S. 8th Ave., from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. But what it meam to lose her ' Included in the price of the 1 Xo oi» will pvor know. icar wash will be a stcf.-m clean- .s»il)y miBspd by c h i l d r e n j i n f i of Iho engine and a lubri-; and grandchildren ( c a t i o n job. j t aughlcr, on Tuesday, October 8, at Weld County General Hospital. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Roy lUslin, 404 36Ui Ave., a son, on 'uesday, October 28, at Weld lounty General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. James 'oungwirth, 2169 C St. N. W., daughter, on Tuesday, Octo- er 28, at Weld County General -lospilal. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Alvin D. Fallen, 2320 6th Ave., a daughter, on Wednesday, October 29, at Weld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jasus Martin Hernandez, 816 1st St., a daughter, on Wednesday, October 29, at Weld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Porfillio Garbiso, Aull, a daughter, on Wednesday, October 29, at Weld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Mar Lynn K. James, 1827 26th St., a son, on Wednesday, October 29,' at Weld County General Hospital. HOSPITAL SERVICE, Inc. HOSPITAL-MEDICAL-SURGICAL BENEFITS CMBC Sets Talk by Robison James Robison will be the speaker at the CMBC Men's luncheon at the Garden Kitchen at noon Friday. Robison is conducting meetings here in connection with the Crusade for Christ. Robison will tefl his boyhood experiences, how he came to )c a Christian and vrfiat Christianity means to him in the iresent day of confusion and 'rustration. AH men interested are invited :o the luncheon. Each man at :endlng will pay for the lunch le desires to order. BENEFITS ARE PAID FOR.. · HOSPITAL BILLS (In Patient and Out Patient) · SURGEON'S BILLS (Hospital or Office) · ACCIDENT X-RAY BILLS (Hospital or Doctor's Office) · MATERNITY BILLS DOCTOR'S BILLS FOR Medical Care in the hospital and others. ONE FULL YEAR OF HOSPITAL CARE PAH) FOR IN ANY ONE ACCIDENT OR ILLNESS HOSPITAL BENEFITS Regular Daily Hospital Benefits 1 Day 2 Days 3 to 30 Days 335 Days ____ up to __ up to O Per Day 51C100 Per I w l Day 0 Per Day SQJ50 Per 01 Day Take the worry out of having to meet high medical costs--in case of a severe accident or illness--to you or your family. Be sure--be safe! IF you now have a Hospital Insurance or Service Plan, let us compare our rates and benefits for you RATES (Per Month) Single Person ___^__: Husband and Wife. S 7.25 '13.90 WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY! Call Us For Further Details Husband and Wife and all Children under 18. 16.85 Medicare Supplement S 2.80 (For present subscribers-who are 65 or older) per person Expert Auto Body Work COMPLETE PAINTING FREE ESTIMATES Wicklond Motors 817 7th St. · EVG. 208 South Collect, Ft. Collins, Colorado ·LARRY W. IRSIK, Your Weld County Representative 826 llth Avt. (KFKA Building) Phone 353-7845 (353-6195 Saturday* and after 5:00 p.m.)

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