Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 15, 1970 · Page 19
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 19

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Jane Jefferson Club Hears Talks by Grant, Gebhardt Two contenders Tor the office government," he said. He of lieutenant Governor spoke at Governor Love ran on a cam- the annual Jane Jefferson paign of cutting taxes, breakfast at the Farm Fare in at that time there was a $35,000- Lucerne Thursday morning. Charles Grant of Longmont observe a spoke on several issues facing Democrats of Weld County and Colorado, lie specifically emphasized the necessity of restructuring the tax system in felt that property owners and especially .farmers and people cupation on fixed incomes are b u r d e n e d without derstanding. 'Out of Proportion' being un- He said many taxes are out 000 surplus Love's administration, which has a nearly $150,000,000 surplus on hand." Grant said the state needs a fair representation of "all the Colorado legislature. He groups in our legislature, regardless or aged." Grant declared that he is for hate? the 19-year voting right and said that youth and parents need to with of of proportion. Taxes "mast belbe "brought together" fair and equitable to have good'understanding. He wants to pull available. together locality said all people of Colorado with unity, especially the because members of the Democratic Party, he said. and "now we Gebhanh Suggests Evaluation contradiction in Richard Gebhardt, of Boulder, spoke on the quality of life in Colorado for all groups people. He said he would evaluate any decision concerning people on the basis a question, "Is it good for of race, or oc- children? Is it good for children businessman or to go hungry? Or breathe laboring man, or farmer, youth polluted air? To suffer the agony of war? To observe Gebhardt emphasized that Colorado has the finest system grass roots participation If people in each HL Wholesale 914 llth Ave. Open 8:30 to 5:30 Monday thru Saturday participate in their precinct caucuses, the county assemblies and stale conventions, they are participating fully in the democratic process. Margaret Burnum Prttitta Margaret Burnum of AuH °f Weld County president of the Jane Jefferson Club, presided at the breakfast and the of business meeting following. She introduced Gordon Ibb o t s o n , county Democratic chairman, who reported that the candidate slate is rapidly being filled by well-qualified people. Lydia Ruyle, county vice- chairman, urged all Jane Jefferson members and interested people to join in the weekly lunches at the Farm Fare Cafeteria each Friday noon. She announced, that lunches will soon be sponsored at the Democratic headquarters at 930 9th Ave., where, she said, many people like to gather during an election year. 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She is a graduate of Loveland High S c h o o l , and the Poudre Vocational-Technical School in Fort Collins. She was employed as an intermediate clerk-sleno at CSU for the past year. Mrs. Marilyn J. Hammer, wife of F. Dale Hammer, 3225 W. 5th St. Kd., is an intermediate clerk-sleno in the R o c k y Mountain Special Kducalion Instructional Materials Center. A graduate of Englewood High School and Chadron (Neb.) State College. Mrs. Hammer was formerly secretary at C. B. Johnson, Inc. in Corlcz. Mrs. Cynthia D. Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Jones, 1915 10th Ave., an intermediate clcrk-sleno, is secretary to the director of the Upward Bound project. She a t t e n d e d West Anchorage (Alaska) High School, Olympus High School in Salt Lake City, and tlic University of Northern Colorado. Mrs. Norma Shearer wife of ···r" '-hearer. 1804 Delwoorl. a clerk... ,jiii M the School of Music ·Ilicp. She is a graduate of Greeley Central, and lias been PRESIDENT-ELECT - Dr. Gordon E. Tomasi of the Chemistry Department of UNC was elected president-elect of the Colorado-Wyoming Academy of Science. He will work next year to promote Academy activities as president- elect. Dr. John Gapter of the ihas been appointed UNC Biology Department will . - . . continue =is troasn^r of the organization next year. The Puizle with the Built-in Chuckle ffc Rearrange letters of the four scrambled words below to form four simple words. HUDLEP 1 z CYRAS 1L. HE FAS H 5 t 1 ! TAYIGE b 7 If a girl doesn't marry the man she wants, pitythe.man . S-\S Q Complete the chuckle quoled ^^ by filling in the missing words you develop from step No. 3 below. I PRINT NUMBERED tETTERS tN THESE -SQUARES UNSCRAMBLE LETTERS FOE ANSWER SCRAM-LETS ANSWER ON PAGE 4 Campus Turmoil Enters Dogdom NEW YORK (AP) - The turmoil of the campus spilled over into the world of dogdom Thurs- employed at Hewlett Packard in Loveland. day. 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