Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 8, 1957 · Page 9
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Bunger Blames California and Denver for Opposition to Project Howard Bunger, former engineer with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and currently a backer of the blue River-South Platte Water Con- tervancy district plan, was the speaker Thursday at the Klwanls luncheon. " * Bunger gave an overall picture of the opponents of the plan and of the plan itself. the opponents, he said, were originally California, which seeks a right to all Colorado River water Dot used by Colorado and other Upper Colorado River basin states and Denver. Denver, he said, Is .working through Its suburbs such ai Englewood to defeat the Blue River- South Platte scheme. At stake he said is an estimated {70,000 acre feet of water, including 177,000 claimed by Denver. When all subtractions based on rights are made there remains some 517,000 acre feet per year for this area, over half of which is in Weld county. He put the value of this water at SO million dollars. Against this he said, is the loss ef 100,000 so far this spring, and some estimates go as high as 200.000 lost into Nebraska because of lack of adequate storage facilities along the South Platte river and Its tributaries. He also incidently charged Denver was seeking to pour waste sewage water Into the South Platte and draw fresh water out of the river at a higher point by claiming credit for the sewage water it has dumped into the South Platte. California's objection to any use ef water in Colorado Is first California wants more of the Colorado River water and second that that state wants cheap electric power, Bunger said. Currently he pointed out, California Is using about 2,400,000 acre feet of water per year which actually belongs to Colorado by virtue of an agreement made In 1923. This water is not being used by Colorado in some cases because of fights over water rlfhts which are delay- Ing water conservancy measures. Unless this water begins to be used by Colorado it stands to lose Its rights in 1963, when the original regulation of 1923 comes up for re-allocation of water of the Colorado river. The wealthy Imperial Valley alone is using about one million acre feet per year of Colorado's water, Bunger said. The electric power that California In getting cheaply depends on certain "dump" or extra power made at Boulder dam, Nev.,.Bunger explained. If Colorado should use all the water It has legally allocated to It under the 1923 agreement this cheap power would be lost to California. Thus he charged, that slate U actively fighting any measures brought up to utilize Colorado's share of Its water. It is actively seeking to delay agreement on water projects, and has a 15 million dollar fund for the purpoie, he charged. Bunger closed with i survey of the current status of the Blue River-South Platte district. lie said, In effect that the district has submitted the required number of names on petitions to form the district. The protest petition organized with the backing of Denver has been tossed out. The stage now is that the petition to form the district is being defended against Denver-inspired attacks on the names In the petition. Nixon Urges Loyalty to Ike's Program By D. HAROLD OClVER WASHINGTON Utl - Vice President Niion, In a pep talk to GOP leaders, called Thursday for a "united, fighting Republican party." As for the Eisenhower administration's controversial budget, he said the Democrats would have spent 40 billion dollars more than the Republicans had tney been in power during the last five years. Nixon urged several hundred applauding GOP leaders attending a. two-day national strategy conference not to quarrel over "so- called modern Republicanism" but to take the offensive with the administration's record of "five years of peace, unprecedented prosperity and honest government." Nixon told the leaders that this is no time to be "defensive, divided or discouraged." "I believe in a fighting political party . . . that we should fight our political battles with our opponents and not with members of our own party," he said. Nixon spoke at the first open session of the conference called by the Republican National Committee. Morning sessions were closed, but National Chairman Meade Alcorn, reporting on what took place, told newsmen the party had "broken the log jam" on financial con- jtributions. Several days ago he told President Eisenhower that donations from large contributors were being held back in protest against the size of the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1. Eisenhower will address the closing session late Friday after he returns from naval maneuvers aboard the carrier Saratoga off the Florida Coast. Nixon told the meeting he respected those who differ with some of'the administration's policies, but "when you consider the whole record and the great problems we have to deal with, the American people have never had i better leadership than they are International Hits 50th Year Grover . . . Fifty years ef projrf si In International motor truck engineering and production are represented by the original 1N7 "IHC Aut* Wagon" and the raw'' GoUin Jubllta" light-duty pickup, MM if the raw International A-line tf light, medium and heavy-duty motor trucks being Introduced !· the Greeley area by Ellis A Capp Equipment Company, SW Eighth Avenue. Tht high-whiiled Auto Wagon's I0-horstpowtr, two-cylinder, alr-cooltd engine compares with five gasoline and four LPO ill-cylinder hlgh-torqw truck engines from 112 to 1S4 horsepower available for the' new International models. While the Auto Wagon wai built specifically for hauling produce from farm to market, new International trucks are offered in a wide variety of four and six-wheel and all-wheel-drivo models for spec- laliied and general trucking applications. Goldtn Jubilee pickup, rated at 4,200 pounds gross vehicle'weight, features a seven-foot custom pickup body, new Sweep-Around windshield with 1,111-squaro Inch glass area and a new iS-inch wide custom cab which has the widtst Inside dimension of any comparable truck model. Wheelbaso Is 114 Inches. Standard engine Is rated at lit horsepower and 154- horsepower engine is optional. getting today in the Republican administration of Dwight D. Eisenhower." He said there must be room for differences within each party, but if this country set up a different party for every group having different views it would be well on the road to the splinter party systems that exist abroad. Niion said the controversy over "modern Republicanism," a term generally used to define Eisen-' borer policies, arises solely from efforts to define the term. He said be is against modern RepuUcanism if it means that one group of Republicans should be pitted against another. But he said amid applause that he is for modern Republicanism if it means the Republican party Is the one "best geared to meet the international, economic and social problems" of present day America. Nixon promised to campaign hard for every Republican nominee for the House, Senate and in state offices next year. He said the record _the Democratic-controlled Congress U making is strengthening the chances for a Republican Congress in 1958. . Alcorn held a news conference at the start o! the conference. He said some headlines telling of the party's financial plight were exaggerated, but apparently had helped bring in some fresh contributions. He said the party Is hi the black, but did not give its present balance. Alcorn also announced the appointment of former Secretary of the Navy Charles S. Thomas, of Los Angeles, as chairman of the Republican National F i n a n c e Committee to take charge of the drive to raise one million dollars in campaign funds for 1937. Thomas, a former California finance chairman succeeds Clifford Folger. Washington investment banker who resigned to become ambassador to Belgium. In Uniform French Use Canal PORT SAID UP -- The yacht Moana, flying the French flag, has arrived in Port Said, the first French vessel to pass, through the Suez Canal since the B r i t i s h - Frcnch attack on Egypt last fall. The Moana, a 17-ton craft, paid no tolls because ships under 300 tons get free transmit. VAN'S BLACKSMITH AND WELDING SHOP 603 Sixth Street Open 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Mondays througH Saturdays No job too hie or too ·mall. All Work Guaranteed Fl ''·ess.. ··· - ' '''' '^ ^ S 1 Eldon Bradbury, above, EM FN, Is hem. en Lave aft.r completing a 14 we.ks' electrician's mate sthecl at Great Lakes. He Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred T. Bradbury o* lll» SliHi av.nve. Bradbury leaves June II to report to Bremerten, Wash., wtwrt he ylll be assigned te the USS Shangrila. A US* graduate ef Greeley high, Bradbury enlisted in the navy June 8 of that year. He took boot training at Great Lakes. He was home on boot leave and also a Christmastime. His mother and an aunt and cousin. Mrs. Viola Weber and Howard of Burns, Wyo., drove to Illinois tn see Bradbury be grad uated from the specialized school, returned with them. Ike's Use of Time Ailacked by Murray WASHINGTON OP - Sen. Murray (D-Mont) said Thursday President Eisenhower has found time to hear a millionaires' request for a "private lake" but not to meet with Western senators on Colum bia River development. Murray said in, a senate speech that a request by seven Democrat ic senators from the Pacific North west for a White House conference was denied. ". . . while the President wiH not see seven northwestern senators on a matter of great national con cern," Murray said, "he will see sn oil millionsire who wants the government to provide him a pri vale lake." Murray noted that a House gov erament operations subcommittee developed testimony Wednesday that "Sid Richardson, Texas oi millionaire, complained to the President when the Army Engl neers tried to buy some of his land for a reservoir, suggesting they take an easement instead. "The President talka to the deputy chief of lie Army Engineera about this complaint," Murray said. "A review of policy fol Itnred." American and German construction firmi are bidding on Chile'i new copper imelter. FENCING THIS Y.EAR? See us for . . . . · Ornamental Lawn Fence · Lifetime Chain Link · Redwood Fencing FREE PLANS AND ESTIMATES · No Meitey D«wn 36 Menths To Pay WELLER LUMBER CO. Qreeley Ault ftaleton GROVER-HUs Loralta Helms, who is employed tt UN air force r inance Center In Denver, b spend- ng a two weeks' vacation In Call- broil. She will meet her lister, Mri. Gene Sehoene In San Diego, and they will visit relatives In Culver City and Saratoga, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McKay and son. Merle, of Fort Morgan spent iunday with friends and relatives and attended church at Prairie Center. Mrs. Paul Thompson accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hodgell, to Gilraore City, Iowa ever he weekend. While there, they at- ended the fortieth wedding anniversary of Fred Hodgell, a brother, whose 77 grandchildren were present for the occasion. The local folks returned Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. OrviUe Bunnel of Worland, Wyo., and Don Bubar of Laramle were Sunday visitors in the Irl Bunnel home. Mrs. Glen Cowley and Judy are spending their vacation with relatives In California. Mrs. Ella House was taken to Greeley Friday for medical treatment and remained as a hospital patient. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peters and children have returned from a trip to Omaha and other points in Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. Don Bunnel and children spent the weekend at Sterling, visiting the Leonard Coikley family. The aeniors and their sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Constant!, arrived home Wednesday after completing a 2,400 mile sigk,t-seeing trip through several mountain states, coming home through southern Wyoming non-stop from Salt Lake City. Mrs. Twyla Sehoene, who was · member of the class, left the group at Las Vegas, Nev., to meet her husband In San Diego. Ron Bair also did not complete the tour, as he stayed In Salt Lake City to be with his parents, who are now employed b Eureka, Utah. Other young folks who enjoyed the trip after graduation May 21 are Carolyn Thompson, Dorothy Gillette, Marjorie Medbury, Louise Gorman, Paul Tiram, Bill Lambert, Cart Hollis, James Bailey, Elvin Helms, Russel Koenig, Ron Smock, and Russell Thompson. Eldon Gar ver, who was also married during f senior year, did not accompany the group as he Is farming. W. G. Hollis is driving the road maintalner m the north part nf the district during the vacation of Conn Carver. The main road belwern Hereford and Briggsdale is being newly graveled. Mrs. Bob Smith and young chil dren spent several days at their mountain cabin In Glen Haven. The Pete Hflzer family has mov ed a house into the south side of town on land recently purchased. Hilzer Is employed as truck driver for Glenn Cowley. Baha'is of Greetey To Join in Observance of Race Amity.Day Saturday, Junt 8, 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Pit* I . Baiia'ls of Greeley will join Ba- hi'is of Denrer and Jefferson county Sunday In an observance of Race Amity dry. The meeting will be held In Denver at the American Woodman hall it T:JO p. m. Dale Eager of Greeley will act as moderator of an inter-racial panel discussing the topic, Race Amity for World Peace. Panel members will Include Robert Roans, prominent Negro attorney In Denver, as well as representatives of Oriental and Spanish-American groups in Denver. Race Amity day, as an annual national observance, baa been inaugurated by the National Spiritual assembly of the Baha'is of the United States for the promotion of higher standards of Inter-r-iclal relationship and true understanding nf the oneness of all mankind. Board of Directors Cattle Feeders Accept Doctor's Resignation The board of directors of the Colorado Cattle Feeders association has accepted the resignation of Dr. William W. Brown Jr., the veterinarian it has employed the past two years to help overcome rhtnotracheitls diseases in cattle. Dr. Brown will become extension veterinarian at Colorado State Unl versify, replacing Dr. A. A. Good man. His resignation Is effective July 1. It was accepted Wednesday night at a board meeting af the Tea House. Rhinotraehtitis a disease of the respiratory area in cattle, has been a considerable problem to cattle feeders in this area the last fou: years. During that time it Is esli mated as many as 100,000 cattli were affected each year in north era Colorado. Working at the CSU experiment station Dr. Brown aid ed in developing a vaccine that appears able to control the spread of the disease. Services for Dill Baby Committal services for Marcene Ann Dill, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dilll of Route 1, Ault. were held Friday afternoon at Sunset Memorial Gardens. The baby was stillborn Wednesday at Osteopathlc Memorial hospital. Maeyi was hi charge of arrangements. *oTiri: or nETr.RMi*ATio* or HKiRsnip In Ike fennty C»«rt, tn Pr«b*t. NO TTS1 STATE Or COLORADO. ) )n County ef Wild * In t h i M t l t i r ef t h i K f t t i of ELIZABETH r. BAfERi.n. «i»o k n o w n aa LUZIE E. HAITRLE. Diciatid. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES'. That on M o n d a y , th. l l h d.y of J u l y A- I 1SS7, at tha hour ef IS o'clock A. M-. of tald day. aald Court w i l l ncilr. and htar proofa e o n c i r r l n r thi h i l r a of tald Ellrabith E Bauirli. aka U t l « E. B a u t r l f . dictaiid. p u r - t u a n t to th. Tirlflid p i t l t l o n of Oiori. E. Bauirlt, A d m l n l t t r a t o r of tald * t t a t * and a claimant at h i l r at law ef tald dic.atid. h i r i t o f o r . fllld her,ID. a a k l n t for a j u d i c i a l a i n r t a t n r o i n t and d i t i r m l n a t l o n of t h i h i l r t h t p ef tald E t t a t l , and f r o m w h i c h It appiara t h a t Oiorf. E. Banirl.. Rt. t. Unz · II. frit|iy, Colorado, a o n. Adult: El,li A. If.rii. 11I714 Tama r i n d ATI . Hollywood. C a l i f o r - nia. D i u c h t i r . A d u l t : Littir C. Hauirll. I I S Larton A t . , fait U k i City, Utah, 5on, A d u l t ; an k i l r a of aaM E l l t a L i t k E. Bau- irTi. aka I.ltiii IT D a u i r l i , dir.and. NOW, THEREFORE. Any a n d a l l p i r t n n a who ar« er who r l a l m t o t* h i l r . at la-v of tald E l l i a h i t h E. Htuirli. aka Llttl. E. Hauirli. di- ci«t.d t ar. h i n b y r*q,ulrid to b. and a p p i t r thiriat. or abld. t h i d.- t i r m l n a t l e n of tha Court t h i n o n . IN WITNESS W H E R E O F I h a » l f tald Court, dated at Oreeley, Colo. r.1-., t h l t I l l h d t y of Uay, A. II 1117. R I E E R T O. * H I T I I A t t o r n n ( R E A L ) C. E. WALLACE. Clerk ef thf County CoarL Vay II. June 1, I. IS. 1117. NOTICE · In Iki tlt.frict C*nrt In mmt f*r Ike Ci.atr .f Kili nnt St.I. «t r«l.raa* Cltll Action No I J I t l I.V THE MATTER OF THE DE- TEJIUINATIO.V OF INTEI1E/TS IN THE PROrERTT OF OJCAFl H. I.AOE. nrrEA'En THE PEOPLE OF THK fTATE OF COLORADO: Te E m i l y Orar. rjrln»n Landtll. I,ou1ta Lav. Ra4ika. Francit G. Lara. Diriat.d. and te all ethir l»*rt"nt who ar. er claim to b. hurt of tald diddiM, and te all ptrtQnt lalirittid. OREETINO: TAKE NOTICE t h a t a Pitlfloi Hi bun f t U d tn thlt cauit all'vlcl t M t th« atoTt dictdtnt dlid liav r.r th. f o l l o w i n g ·taerlbtd prop ·rty: An inlltldid em-half (H) Int t r i t t In and tn tba Witt Half ( W H ) af th. Eatt Half ( E H ) ef ·ictlen THIrty-lwe 111). Town- thlp NIB. (S) North. Rang. Slitr- four (11, W i t t of t h . Slh r.U, Y.'t!4 County. Colorado. Tha Tuition namit t h i abo»a p«r Ault ._._. AULT -- Pioneer club was en-j ertained by Mrs. Henry Wolf of lerthoud Tuesday afternoon. Cars or the trip were furnished by Mrs. Anna Hart, Mrs. Ira Lesh and A. A. ilason. Eleven members were present, ihort business meeting was held. Two members, Mrs. Adeline Nichols and Mrs. Roy Cooper, were re- wrted ill In Weld County General lospital. Greeting cards were writ- en to them. Mrs. Lena Worley assisted the lostess in serving refreshments during social tim*. This was the club's last meeting until Oct. 1, when Mrs. Worley of Nunn will be lostess for a birthday luncheon. Mrs. L. M. Duncan is spending sever:! daya this week visiting relatives and friends In Denver. IVhlle there she Is a housetiuest of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Stark and son m their new home. The Rev. and Mrs. F.. A. Col- Irin returned home Monday from their vacation trip. They spent some time with their two daughters and their families in Fowler and with Mrs. Coltrin's parents in La Junta. In Leota, Kan., they visited their son-in-law and daughter. Rev. Coltrin preached In Leota Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Marshall Stonestreet and two daughters left Tuesday morning for their new location in Anaheim, Calif., after spending several weeks here visiting the letter's mother, Mrs. Lillian Sanden, and other relatives. Dr. Stonestreet will open his medical practice in Anaheim. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Smith left Monday for Ontario, Ore., where they will visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Elder and children, Jim and Ann Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor and two daughters of Cheyenne, Mrs Thomas Kelley and family, Mra. Warren FIT and son of Plnebluffi were weekend guests of the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Davt Ruff. Mis. Mayme Harris and her daughters, Mrs. Marie Carr and Mrs. Earl Cavenaugh, and Cavatv- augb of Denver attended commencement In Loveland Wednesday evening. The former's grandson, Gary Wilson, was among graduates. He will attend CSC this fall on a scholarship. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Wilson ajH Jill accompanied Mrs. Harris honfe hat evening and visited here over Thursday. Mrs. Gladys Daughtrey and Shi/on left Wednesday on a thf{e weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. Ted Bering, and family in San Francisco and with her brother, Mike Ricketts, and family in Los Gatos, Calif. Mrs. Daughtrey Is on vacation from her position In Dr. Jordin'l office. During her absence Mrs: Floyd Alkire Is In the office. v Growers Stored 13** ·' Of 1956 Corn Under " Price Support loans ;;. WASHINGTON tn - The AS* culture Dept. reported Friday that growers had stored nearly 13 per cent of last year's com crop under price support loans through May IS. The quantity was reported to hf W4.728.000 bushels. This compared with 388,03.000 bushel! from th« 1935 crop stored to the same date a year ago. V Seven prescription cnemlsts u serve you at your tntciJj REXALL stores: "SH" stamps at Gilbert- Bishop and Weldorado Dregs.-- Ad». USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS sonrs: or apnciAt. MKETIMS TO \-arr. rro\ Tin: oinsTio' or s:xTrm*r. AXII rnsTixuxc TIIR rnrtrmnTj: HIT. or ROOMER t \ f l I.ATPRAI, NOTICE to t h i I t o r k h o l d i r t ft B o o m i r a r r Latiral Company I h i n h y clrtn by lha u n d i r l l i r n i : t t o r k h o l d i r a of .aM company own I n r at I p a t t tin (10) pir cint of t h i i n t l r . capital tlorlc of .aid company, t h a t t p i r l a l m u t i n g - will hi h i M at th. e f f l r e or l h « Company In nniliy. Wild County. Colorado n Thun-iay t h i 2 0 t h day of J u t l f . A n 1SSI al th. h o u r ef 1 Id o'clock P.M. of tald day. In voti upon thi q u i t t l o n «f a i t i n d l n r . c o n l l n u i n r and n n i w l n g - t h i corporate Ufa At Hoomtranr Latiral Company In pir- p i t u l t y from and a f t i r th* dat. ef t h i expiration of tha corporal, lite f laid company. At tb. 1lm» And placa bir.lnbifor. m i n t l o n i d for cald purpoti. !a. q u i t t l o n of riniwal will b* tab- to tha rota of th. atockhold- in of t t l d Company, p r o f l d i d a m a l n r l t y ef t h i Block nf th. corporation bi r i p r i t t n t i d ; and If a m a j o r i t y of tha c n t l r a o u t p t a n d l n v r a p l t a l ttock ef th. corporation, 'tint" powir of tb. comp a n y t h a l l b. votid In favor of a · i n i w a l ef thi corporation, th. ' sldint and Ficntary of aald - p a n y .hall, u n d i r t h a tial of ·aid company, c i r t l f y tb. fact, a n d -hall tnak. aa m a n y r i r t i f l c a t t t a. . f i l l n th. office of th. Ricordir of Diidt In itch C o u n t y wh.riln thi r o r a p a n y doit r n i l n i t . and oni In ;hi r f f l r . of thi B»rritary ef Btatl rf ihi Stat. ef Colorado. Xmmr «. ·« Rlakr. A d a l . M Uotlir * · Oiorci M o t l i r 1U r e w a r d Boritin 1« K l m i r R n t h l 4 M i r !l. J u n e 1. S. t i l t . AUK YOU MAKING LESS THAN $200 A WEEK? : If you are miking leu than UOO. a week und want to urn mere.- here l» your opportunity. We ar« looking for tn alert man In yonr., community who waou to arcrare from JSM to J1000 monthly . Income In the Kales field. Travel a tmall area from your own hnmc and return home each nUbt If you. desire. We need a man to rail upon municipal soternment«, contractors, farmtri and ' ·ervlce) atatlons represfntlnj our tented and proven line of gasoline, dlenel fuel and lubricating oil (reatmentn. immedlali Im- . .proved engine pertnrmanr« and fuel ravings noted. Simple; demnnttration sell". ner*at ordera will booit your Income. Work- Inn Inventory of about 1600 In product required. If you want to represent a product you can really he proud of. If you want to make an Income, with no top limit. If you ar» ulncere. w« offer yea a real opportunity with tralnlni. For foil detail*, write: Pftrnlati, , Department 11, Dot 5', Littleton. Colorado today. '(Adv.) 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