Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 7, 1955 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 4

Greeley, Colorado
Issue Date:
Wednesday, December 7, 1955
Page 4
Start Free Trial

4 Wednesday, Dec. 7 Community Bldg, Fees Estimated At Hall of Costs Rentals alone will qnly cover one- half the operating costs of the ne community building, the policy- msVing committee Jor the. building decided Monday night. The operating c'osts per year for the building' were estimated $9,000 to 510,000 per year, while; the most reasonable estimate of the yearly Income from {Vis ant rentals for use came to $5,000. Ni definite pjans have been announced concerning how the remaining costs would be covered. The operating costs would cover such major items as heal, lights, anitor service and supplies and clerical-help. . Lylc .Beaver, chairman* of. the committee added that the estimate of $5,000 was based on the fees 3eing kept low enough to ^encourage frequent use of the building. The committee of five members, headed by Beaver, the director of the Community Activities Commission has' been charged with the job of drawing up the policies and fees that will apply to the new community building. Final, approval, however, rests with the City Council, Beaver sakl Tuesday. The meeting Monday night w,as the first session of thc'group since the public meeting held-Nov. 17, at which representatives' of service clubs made suggestions for the operation-of Ithrj building. Another meeting of the policymaking committee will be held In the near future, Beaver added, to make more definite plans for the building. · ' Before that meeting, ho added, more information will be gathered on the subject;, including a sJudy of similar community buildings in Lovoland, Longmont and Lamar. The five members of the Committee arc Beaver, Ben Cruce, city manager, the He\i. Merle Allen of the first Presbyterian, church,;Dr. Earlc Rugs of CSCE and Gerald Gardner, counselor at Grceley High School. Young Longden Sued . I.OS ANGELES Of).-- Mrs. Virginia P. Longdcn, 26, has sued horse · racing Irainor Vance J. Lonpclen, 25, for diyorcev She alleges cruelty: Longden is the son of famous jockey Johnny Longden. MORE REASONS WHY ... where you'll find a big parade of robes for gift giving Eye-pleasing styles in carefree fabrics at easy-pay prices ^ A; Sanforized".cotton flannel robes; red, blue, ' .-, charcoal, grey or-brown p.laidi. Men's S-M-L-XL, fl 4 to;iO bbytf plaid robes , 3.98 ~ B, Eye-pleasing cotton chenille robes are as cozy os an open fire,"smart full length styl« with self color overlay design. Rose and aqua. Sizes 12 to 20. . ' . . .:. , · . : , . · C. Robe her in beauty from dawn to yawn in. this quilte'd crepe duster accented with French braid. White, pink or aqua; women's 12 to 20. Eisenhower and Eden \ ProbablY Will Discuss Middle East Problems' WASHINGTON W) -- President Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Anthony Eden undoubtedly will give top priority, to arranging belter cooperation in the critical Middle East during their January White House conference. Kifcn's acceptance of Eisenhower's invitation to visit Washington Jan. 30 was announced Monday. British-American policies appear more in need of high-level discussion in the otfrlch Middle East .region than in Europe and the Far East. Western relations with Russia in the wake of visits by top Russian l e a d e r s ' t o fndia, Burma anci Afghanistan, and in advance of their projected' visit to Britain ' next spring, also are due to come utf for sweeping review during the onfc'rence. Bui joint Brilish-A m e r i c a n oves to avert war between Israel nd Us Arab foes promises to talte p most of the two Western lead- 's'- time.' At present, British-American pol- ies, while both aimed at per- uading Je^S'and Arabs to settle ir dispute peacefully, are some- hat confliciing. Eden has o f f e r e d ' t o serve as mediator in the Middle East quar- el, calling on both sides to agree o permanent boundaries. Eden roposcd that ·the 1917 United Na- ions 'parlilion plan be used as a tarting point for talks. ·President Eisenhower and Scc- elary of State Dulles .have care- ully avoided endorsing the Ellen plan,, mainly bejause it has irouscd angry opposition from srael.. . In ' its war with the Arabs Israel seized more territory thai was awarded to it under the U, artition plan. It contends thaf.the Western powers sanctioned the present frontiers in 1D50. Egypt ami olher Arab nations have hailed Eden's negotiation, offer as pointing the' way to talks' which could end - the threat of hostilities in the region. He Has the Bird · ALBUQUEHQUE . (it -- Parakeets are more, numerous than you think,'says mailman Paul Duraii. A Parakeet look a fancy to D u r a n on his rounds and'followed him home; · He told newspapers he would return the parakeet to anyone who could identify-it accurately. He said.-his telephone rang all the next day *s owners of missing birds .sought'to find if the parakeet was theirs. . ' ' ' FOR THE MOST MEMORABLE OF CH RISTMASES... NOTICE OF AUCTION ' . - . S T O H A C i K 1,1 UN*.. , .931 Ford Model "A" Jordor. Motor" n u m b e r " A4015M. .Sale 'will he held at » a. ni. on Dfjccmber 10, IPS5 at Qftrmey and TVh«*ler in Greeley Xnv. r 2«°'Dec. 7, 1S55. WOTICK TO CREDITORS ' Robert.G, SinUli, : '.Homey, 1 · · ! Xov, 16, 23, gQ, Dee. 7, 1555. Give lounging luxury to. him Top values! - * . J Rob* .of raydn end aeerale oafcor- dip«; men's S-M-L-XL. Rayon. Jacquardi 7.95 2 to 4 girls' quilted robes . 2 O « of cotton Lavender, blue, or bright red roses bloom on warm, quilted, wajhoblc 8 to 14 girls' crepe dusters are quilled T"«XO Flowers t«sprinkle ^hfis* while, pink or blue-rayon crep*'dustefi. Come see. . " .' VOTICR'OF FI.VAI. PAYMKST Oil or A f t e r Dcrtmher 30, 1935, tl C O L O R A D O -DEPARTMENT O H I G H W A Y S u - l t l - m a k a final pa ment to Uardner Construction Coi pany o£ Glen wood Spring*, ·ndti,. Project No. F 006-1 (13), conaifltlnR ot -graifintf. siructnres nnrf cnncrcie pavement, O.TI» mHcs Ions, locslefl on Rtatte Highway No. 3 TieLwecn ' K v n n s and I^Salle, in Wetil "Coimly, Slata of Colorado, File claims with AUDITOR. D(- .rtment of Jtighwaya, before above - M A R K 1). WATR6US.'.Chief Engineer, Dcparlment of Highways. Dec. I, 7, * r 9, 10. 12, l» r l, 15, 1955. . XOT1CB OF F I X A I i . - r A Y M K X T . On or'after Dec-cmher 19. 1555, tim C O L O R A D O DEPARTMENT O F HIGFIWAYS will make f i n a l p»y- nienl "to Western Paving- Construc- Itlon* Company of Denver; Colorado, 11 contract or for the construction of Colorado Project No. .P OC6-1 (12), conaTatlnK of (rraaing-, siabHizntlon, [structures ami cisphaltlo surfacing^ total length being f.98? miles, loan State Highway No. 3 f r o m hton 'lo Ft., I^ipioh, in Weld iy,- State of Colorado.- File claims w i t h 'AUDITOR. te- I p a r t m e n t of Hlehw6y», before above l *' ' . MAnK U.*WATROU9, Chief Engineer, D e p a r t m e n t of I Highways.- ' ' · : -. -· '. Dec. 2. 3, E f «,'7, *, 9, 10, 1*, 1055. · Trim slippers of supple kid far men ; » « Efoitic side cores ossure a snug, non-binding- - fit,, .Weor-packeri iQ,«s. "Brown kid 'leother; sizes 6 10 12. Eye-appealing 'satin slipper Leather tipped felt slippers go ' · S\J 1.98 Rqyon lotin Is besprinVled with slors. Platform soles, for wolfing ,012, Block/red, royol bluei'l to 9. .for women -Cory slipfje/s c/e trimtned with checked corduroy »nrl o saucy po*roon:*Wine or royal blue. Sizes 1 lo 9. Our "cpzy-warm felt slippers for childr«n l.Dx Zipper closure /rakes 1h«.Ti easy lo put on, fak« off. v Sfno*d co/dj- roy trim. Red or foyal blue; sizes 5to2.V·· ' Made for foot .comfort, wear for men :.... ^» ThrifJy opera slippers of gfeom kid . lealWr with, long-wear flexible soFes. Brown in sizes 6 12. · ' :', : XOTICC.TO CnBDITORS . No. 7SU itale of TIATjPH H. ALDEN*. i, R. H. ALDEX, Deceased. . Notice ia hereby glv*n l h a t on I Ihe «lh rtajr of November, 1955, I Inter* testamentary wer^ Usueil to Ihe undersigned us eTecutor.of Ihe Labdr« named «sl»le «rd flit p*r-« Ihsvlny clulrps againnl sftlct I Are rcqulrerl to file them Cor al't n n e e In (hn Count' Court or Weld County, Tolorado w l t M n six months I from .«afd rtula or xald claims wil' ": forever liArrefl. ", - LKE H. AI.DKN. - ' - - ' Ezfculor. K*llr *n* Clayton . . · I A t t o r n e y s .'at LAW First National Bank Building .[Greeley,' Colorartn, · i Nov. 10, Dec, 7, H / l l , 19iJ. I CHRISTIAN/ SCIENCfr READING ROOM 724 NI^TH STREfiT Optii Daily 10 In 5 Except Sundays and Legal Holidays rfere the Bible and all au- thorlied ChrlJllan Science lit- eratQra Including th« Chris* tian.Sclenca laitbook. "ScTenci and Health 'wllh. Key to the ierf-iturei" by Miry Biker Eddy . may be* read, borrowed, or purchased. · VISITORS WELCOME vt. that never '. *, · - * " - · ' " , * ' · · " · · · ' *"'" .i · · - " SMART TRADITIONAL OR MODERN BEDR0OM SUITES You'll find it difficult to match these fi|iV bedroom suites for quality ' - and style,' .Thgj'rA truly outstanding values. Each suite' is a gem in- graceful modern or traditional, created and constructed for lasting beauty · ' a n d service- ."' " .- " '' : . . ' PROVINCIAL - ' - ' · ·'·; -IN;-:-; HANDSOME. ;, -FRUITWOOD · 'A charminK French Provincial RUl(r« designed to keep'-IU distinctive .beauty throughout tlia years. A "Folksy" type of furniture,that fs at t i o m e - l n the'city or In the cotinlry. Doulilo 1 dresser, mirror and bed, '; Chest " Night l a b i . 76.50 30.00 - 18th CENTURY IN. RICH MAHOGANY ' .. ", Majestic in Biniriliclty, tills I8tli Century faed- room furniture is rfasrjoned o( selected rna-. hognvy veneers. Like all good mahogany, this wood accepts a beautiful slowing finish: [ you see this suite, p u l l - o u t the drawers and · I n s p e c t the construction. Triple- dresser with ' mirror and bookcac'e headboard b'cd. ." 4 drawer chest ,, 65.00 · Chest-on-chest _ 84.50 - · Panel .hed/--^^: -.49.50 ^ . Night tabl^ ^_ ONVENIENT. TERMS ARRAMGED MODERN in Blonde Oak Beautltnl iedroom f u r n i t u r e thAt mlgrht MftHy have been'»tyled foe. you in- -v ' dividually . . . so'cleverly'doea it aleek modern lines blenrt with your own Ideas of beauty »nd grace. Oleaming oak Teneer* In lustrous blonde finish $-|'/\O over strongly braced.hardwoods^Triple dreiser with mirror and boofccase · J_t7O headboard bed. MODER!^ in Seafoam Mahogany · · ; Furniture that'.eierapllllei modern'elegance In every detail. Beautifully . crafted ia fine'mahogany veneers and finished In a glamourous, modern "Seatoam" «Sade. Mr. and. Mr«. Dresser »nd mirror irlth bookcase head" ' - - ' - GLOUGH FURNITURE CO: ' Dependable Homefurnithings for 51 Yeart ' . : , EVERYBODY LOVES A GJFT FQR THE HOME i

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,400+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free