Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 15, 1976 · Page 5
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UNC Qwords 637 degrees Bornharf challenges graduates to pursue their 'Great Tasks' Moil., March 15, We GKEE1.EY (Colo.) TRIBUNE S Dr. Alvin E. Barnhart told 637 University of Northern Colorado winter quarter graduates Saturday to get about the job of pursuing each individwi" ''great task," in delivering the charge to the first 1976 graduating class. Commencement ceremonies were held for the 316 undergraduates and U21 graduates in G u n t e r Hall Saturday morning. Barnhart is the vice president for administrative services at UNC. B a r n h a r t p a r a p h r a s e d Abraham Lincoln's "Gettysburg Address" in opening his charge to the graduates, saying, "The world will little note, nor long remember what I say here. "Rather, it is for us to be dedicated here to te unfinished work which those who have graduated before have thus far so nobly advanced, and to make a contribution to the great task remaining before us," Bcrnhart said. "What is the great task remaining before you? Achieving the Bood life? Acquiring great wealth? Accomplishing the impossible? Gaining national notoriety? Ah . . . to each his own! Each of you.inyourmindshas probably identified your own great task. From ail the evidence available to us, lifelong goals and directions seem to have a way of changing either by design or circumstance. It is imperative, however, to aspire to an ideal," he said. "The path you have set for yourself, regardless of how you have defined it, may seem more difficult to you than did the paths of us who went before. The complexities of local, state and national affairs were not as overwhelming in the years past as they are today when television projects us into the complicated arena on a daily basis. But surely no one has promised you that life will be easy or uncomplicated. "For example, this will be a great political year of testing federal power, of challenging federal intervention in all aspects of our lives, and attempts will be made to return controls to the local level. "Although this may not be the task you choose, you are involved . There is no single path all must follow; no single goal, no single definition of success, and no single vision of the good life. Nothing except your own pride and dedication will make Aims attempts to head off problems in phone changes Atvin Barnhart the difference between mediocrity and quality," Oarnhart said. "As you face the challenges ahead, I would remind you that your experiences and training at UNrarpvaliiahlpasspts Rp proud of what you have achieved; you are qualified and you have demonstrated abilities capable of the test. "My charge to you today is: Do not look backward. Look forward, determined to make some worthwhile contribution to mankind. Seek unique solutions to our mutual problems through concern for your fellow human beings. Seek and establish your values. Give pride and dedication to your task and, together with the utmost intellectual honesty and vigor, develop a venturesome spirit to become the leader your efforts here at UNC have demonstrated you can be." Barnhart said. "On behalf of all of us at the Univesity of Northern Colorado whom I represent: Congratulations on successfully completing your program. We wish you well and our love and concern got with you, as with pride and dedication you pursue your own Great Task," Barhart said. SHYROCK ELECTRIC] Dependable Service Since 1935 352-2000 Aims Community College is in the process of modifying and enlarging its central switchboard. Therefore, telephone callers to the college may experience some inconvenience: Thursday, Friday, Monday, March 22, and Tuesday, March 23. On these days, the following three numbers may be used: 353-8006, 353-8009, and 353-8010. Certain extensions may be out of service during this time period. However, every effort Holtfort top Early Risers speaker Bill Hollfort received the Speaker of the Day iwaid ful his humorous speech, "Run for an Hour and Stop on a Dime," at the Early Risers Toastmaster International No. 784 Evans council will consider two ordinances The Evans City Council will consider two ordinances during its meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the council chambers, 3700 Golden St. One ordinance concerns regulation of security patrol guards; the other concerns vacating the west 15 feet of the 3700 block of the Carson Street right-of-way. The council will hear from Mrs. Marilyn Knickerbocker about school safely improvements and discuss water rights rental to Norman Flack. The council also will consider 1976 irrigation rates as well as a liquor permit for an April 30 special event by the Loyal Order of the Moose, 2801 8lh Ave. AIR QUALITY OKLAHOMA CITY (UPI) Industry has spent or committed $191 million, and the state nearly $4 million, for air quality control in Oklahoma during the past six years, a health official said. John W. Gallion, chief of the state Health Department's Air Quality Service, said annual state expenditures for air pollution control averaged 40 cents per capita. IN wit,. -REAL ESTATE^ TRAINING CENTER OFCOLOIAOO PH0.1E 221-0131 OR 2210310 149 W Oak St.. Fwl Collins. Colo 80521 Evenings Saturdays Brokers' Salesmen's Classes In Greeley Attend a class as our guest. Continuous Classes -- Start Anytime! Tues., Wed. Evenings, Start 7 p.m. -- or -Saturday, Start 9 a.m. Wintorset Inn, Hwy. 85 South of Greeley For Details CALL 221-0310 Collect will be made to forward any caller's message. During the period, the following offices may be dialed direct: Admissions and Records, 3538011 and 353-8012; Office Occupations-Technical, 3532400; Trades and Industry, 3563100; Business and Personnel. 356-1900. It is expected that full service will be restored by Wednesday, March 24. meeting at 6:30 a.m. Monday in Hie IIcnTiusii Room at the llamada Inn. Tony Vaughan and Jim Ambre also served as speakers for the day. Toastmaster of the Day, Pcgi Adams, conducted the meeting with Steve Faulkner serving as Topicmaster of the Day. Stan Hess conducted the general evaluation session with Ralph Krcitler winning the Evaluatorof the Day Award for his evaluation of Tony Vaughan's speech. Dave Cole received the Topicspeaker of the Day Award. Kersey board sets meeting on Tuesday KERSEY - Town board meets at 7:30 p.m. here Tuesday. Among matters *on the agenda are committee reports, report . from Police Chief Roland Bashford, reports from Administrative Assistant Bob Hunteman, reports from the mayor pro tern on purchase of trees, dog sweep, and candidates' meeting, attorney's report, curb and gutter, a snow removal ordinance, and a penalty assessment program. EVANS FURNITURE SELLS FOR LESS SPRING IS. THE TUNIC Smartly styled in natural ease and elegance thai makes any woman (eel Feminine and comfortable. By R K Originals. 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