Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 30, 1969 · Page 19
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 19

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, October 30, 1969
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J.Poerlner (Continued from Page 1) been made, then we cease t have a representative form o government. "When city officials and othe groups are afraid to have cert ain.matters decided by a direc vote of the people, then it i time for a change. We neei elected officials who will rep resent the people of the city o Greeley. "The liquor issue is a higl ly controversial. subject and am in full ; ', agreement that should, a decision be made 01 the local option issue, the pco pie themselves should-make thi, choice at the polls. "Should the people decide, fo: this ordinance, it becomes even more" important t h a t - w e have a City Council .responsible the citizens. in -matters of zon ing and .licensing these estab lishments that will be selling liquor. · -.. | · City'Manager Vote "Lack of any real 'grass roots' support for this issue has indicated to me that the ord inary citizen'does not go along with this push for opening the city to the sale of'liquor. "Concerning the proposed ordinance on the city manager: "While this vote of confidence as expressed by the voters every six years would certainly indicate the satisfaction or dissatisfaction of the job performance of the city manager, it does not provide for dismissal of the city manager except by action of City Council. "If we have a City Council as deaf to the requests of the public as we now have, a vote of disapproval as expressed by the voters would be meaningless. "A responsible City Council is the best alternative to this and other ordinances created to protect public interests. No Double Standard "When speaking of a responsible City Council, I am referring to each individual given the responsibility of representing the public. These elected officials are charged with, among other things, the responsibility of adhering to law-abiding decisions. "There should be no double standard of law interpretation for different groups of citizens. "Any holder of office or any candidate for office who thinks that sonic laws arc broken justifiably, is not fit for office. The same set of laws should apply to all the people of a conmiun- ity. : . . "I urge all voters to go to the polls on Nov. 4 and vote as their conscience dictates." Poertner, 35, attended Colorado University and Denver University. He is a veteran of the Korean War when lie served in the U. S. Army Security Agency. He has lived in Greeley since 19S2 and, in addition to being assistant manager of Greeley TEAMSTERS BATTLE - Teamster Loyalists of Local 377 battled at Republic Steel gates Tuesday afternoon with insurgents of Fraternal Assn. of Steelhaulers, who tried to stop Stony Trucking Co. convoy from entering. One man was shot to death, 8 others injured. The flaming car is that of John Angelo, Local 377 secretary-treasurer. (AP Wirepholo) Carrell Deacon Producers, is data processing manager of Producers western regional area. He and his wife, Marillyn, and their four children live at 1413 32nd Ave. AUCKLAND - The first New Zealand chapter of the Junior Chamber of Commerce was set up in 1932. There are now 152 Bend, Ind., one of the nation's (Continued from Page 1) lass citizens and the sooner Sty Council realizes this, and its down and works witli the eople, then its job will be a ot easier. "In order to have the parks, laygrounds and recreational acilttics, and all of the above lings that have been menlion- d, we must start planning now. Dollar's Worth "We must also stress econ- my in city government and nake sure that every dollar f the taxpayers' money that is pent, that we get a dollar's r orlh in return. "The council should have a ommittee to check the various epartments of the city to see they are operating efficient, to see that we are getting day's work for a day's wages, nd that more men are not sent ut on a job than is justified as ome councilmen complained a out as reported in the Oct. 10 ssue of the Tribune. "It is an impossibility for ne councilman to do the job lat the people want done, and urge the voters to get lo- ether with their friends and eighbors in all of the three 'ards and to elect three council- icii that they believe will be ompatible, and will do the job mt the voters want them to o. Long-Range Zoning 'If I am elected to City ouncil, I promise the people f this city that 1 will strive or a long-range zoning plan lat will be adhered to, and not langed every three or four lonths. That I will work with all the people and not just a select group, and I will investigate more economy in city government." Deacon, 49, came to Greeley six years ago and has operated the Dor-Car Corp., since that time. Prior to that, he was employed for 14 years by Associates Investments of South Demography Legalization Study Panel Is Suggested chapters, with 6,388 members, in New Zealand. By BRIAN SULLIVAN AP Science Writer NEW YORK (AP) - An offi- er of the American Psychoana- /tic Association has suggested lat the federal government set p a national commission to tudy whether to legalize por- ography in the United States.' Dr. Bernard L. Pacella, chairman of the association's public nformation committee, made ie suggestion after a seminar n pornography and violence at hich participants said the dan- ers of pornography to society, o the family or to children, 'ere minimal. "Psychoanalysts in general," e said, "believe that there is o direct relationship between ornography and crime and vio- ence." Controversy But because there is great ontroversy over the subject, )r. Pacella said, a major na- onal study should be conducted o seek clear answers. Such a commission, Dr. Paella said, should include a psy- hiatrisl, a sociologist, an an- iropologisl, an educator, op- onents of legalized pornogra- hy and others. The pornography seminar was eld for science writers by the ssociation, Dr. Pacella said, to xplore analysts' viewpoints on urrent problems, part of a endency in the profession to move away from isolation to onfrontation" with social is- ues. Dr. Pacella, chief of the child sychiatry division at Roosevelt 'ospital in New York, suggesl- d the commission approach to ie pornography question in an Bob's Westview TV Service All Makes 3133 W. 10th St. Ph. 352-8553 Greeley largest finance companies, working for the firm in Detroit, Chicago, Denver and Greeley. Born in Kansas. Deacon was raised at Louisville, Ky. Me at tended the University oMjiuis- ville for two years, taking business administration. He and his wife, Dnrla, have J| three children. Don't Be Confuted There Are 2 Carpet Store* In Lyoni. See the Original 431 Main CALL: LYONS COLLECT 823-6677 NORTHERN (COLORADO'S LARGEST STOCK WAREHOUSE CARPET SALES' LYONS, COLORADO NO OTHER STORES LYONS, COLO. ONLY DAILY 9-9; SAT. 9 6 . SUV4. 11-6 interview Wednesday after the seminar. In Denmark, he said, legalization of pornography followed such a commission study. Disputing the argument that pornography can lead to antisocial behavior in children, Dr. Aaron H. Esman, director of psychiatric training for a New York mental health agency, commented: "I have never devoid of love ... The more aesthically talented would enter the field." -There would be a reduction sex crimes, and statistics seem to bear this out, Dr. Pacella said. --It could have good effects, such as stimulating the sex life of "tired-out married couples." Migrant Council Former Head Eyes Panel Seat DENVER (AP) - The former stance of .pathological behavior head of the Colorado Migrant seen an m- in any child t h a t could be attributed to pornography. That I can say categorically. I have never seen an instance in which this is true." Family Life Factor The analysts agreed that what is important for children and adolescents is not exposure to pornography, but their family life. Given a strong home life, reasonable parents, reasonable freedom, Dr. Pacella said, "I don't think it matters what ]or- nography they see, really." But Dr. Pacella said that he- fore any legalization of pornography lakes place, society should be awarii of many questions: How to handle sex education in schools? What effect would it have on marriages? What about a person's aesthetic values? "And a multitude of other questions." Dr. Pacella listed some of the reasons for legalizing pornography offered by the commission in Denmark: --There would be a tendency toward the publication of less pornography. --There would be a tendency toward "better pornography . . . It wouldn't be so offensive, so Gil Hause (Continued from Page '!) ,ypc of development which 1 support for our community. "I have one real concern and that is the lack of respect for our elected city officials which las been exhibited from time to time. "I feel that it is the responsibility of the city officials to maintain respect .for the position ·hrough their actions, but the citizens can help by realizing Jiat they are elected by the majority and should be accord- id the respect which the posi- ,ion of responsibility demands. "Greater cooperation and bet- .er communication between the college is needed also. In my wsition as an administrator at CSC, I feel that I can work ef- 'eclively toward these goals. "I have had experience with Budget preparation, campus development and general administration for over 15 years. "I believe in representative government and will work to support it. CSC, CU Graduate "I am proud of Greeley and seek the opportunity to become Council, Ralph Rivera, says he will seek a seat on the organization's board of directors. Rivera, who resigned reportedly under heavy pressure from the Office of Economic Opportunity, said the OEO could believe the central staff of the organization has too large a hanc in running statewide busines: and de-centralization was needed. The council, which has been in existence for 30 years, has not yet been funded for the coming year with a budget of more than $1 million in the balance. The OEO said administrative chang es were needed before the money would be forthcoming. Rivera said he thought additional funds would be available Jan. ], 1970, but Robert B. Yeg- ger, chairman of the counci board of directors, said finances could be available as soon as the middle of November. Rivera said under a. newly agreed-upon set up, Hie counci will divide its functions into foui area groups for northeastern Colorado, the Western slope, Ihe San Luis. Valley and the Arkansas Valley. Thurs., Oct. 30, 1909 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 19 an active participant in its fu- .ure." Hausc was born at Fort Lupton, attended Brighton High School, received B.A. and M.A. degrees from Colorado Stale College and a Doctor of Education degree from the University of Colorado. He was president of the student body at CSC. After graduating he served as an officer in the U. S. Navy, then returned to the college as an assistant professor of education. Now 40, Hause has been active in Greeley community affairs. He is a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church. He and his wife, Trudy, have three sons. 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