Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 16, 1970 · Page 10
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Page 10 GREELEY TRIBUNE Sat., May 16, 1970 State Personal Income Tax Receipts Ahead of Year Ago DENVER (AP)-Colorado individual income tax receipts for the 1969-70 fiscal year are running 17.7 per cent ahead of receipts for the same period a year ago, state revenue director John H. Heckers reported today, but corporate income tax returns are barely ahead of last year. Heckers said individual tax returns received through Apri! 30 totaled $129,875,000 for the 10 month period compared with $110,350.000 a year earlier. He said corporate income tax returns for the 10 months of this fiscal year totaled $28.1 million compared with $27.5 million, a 2.1 per cent increase. The director expressed belie that the wage-price spiral is resulting in a profit squeeze on corporations. However, he said this same wage price spira seems to be boosting persona income tax payments and sales tax. SOS Save Our Sundays · Please don't shop and Buy on Sundays THE «»S STOCKMAN ffi j 942 9th Ave. EARL STEELE MAX WHIPPLE million which he labeled "reserved for encumbrances.' "As a consequence the general fund balance available was 559.3 million compared to an estimated $72.3 million balance projected to the end of the fiscal year..." Dunham said. He reported the construction fund stands at $21,401,309 but did not estimate how much of it is en- cumbrant. Alioto Suit Against Look in Mistrial Sales tax collections for the .0 months which ended April 30, he said, were $117,723,0(10, up 11.29 per cent from Ihe previous year. Motor fuel tax collections, -leckers said, are showing a )oost of 6.7 per cent when ad- ustment is made for the change in the gas tax level which became effective last year. On an adjusted basis, he said, 535 tax is up from $50.4 mil*ion to $53.8 million. Actual collections during the 10 months Deriod, however, totaled $62 million because of the increase in Jie gas tax from 6 cents a gallon to 7 cents a gallon. Heckers said there appears to lave been some tapering off in state revenues during recent months but nothing comparable ;o the drops in federal revenue. He expressed belief that in the end of the fiscal year next June 30 the collections will be "on target" with revenue estimates made several months ago. State Controller Herbert R Dunham reported to Gov. Love that the April 30 balance of the state's general fund was $85,197,000 including $15 million in the revolving fund and $11-6 Joseph L. Alioto brought against m i l « n n ,,,W,.h 1,0 lahnl^ "~- Lo 0 fc magaz i ne . U.S. District Court Judge Bruce Thompson declared the mistrial after questioning the eight-woman, four-man jury about the possibility of reaching a verdict. | The judge asked the jury fnrc-1 Q. man, Robert Harrison, whether!was R I D I N G MASTER -- Mrs. Joanie Triola, shown here with her horse, is the riding master for the Greeley Trail Dusters. The group, which performs at rodeos and parades doing various horsemanship drills, is currently being reorganized and is seeking new members. Further information can be obtained by calling Reed Timothy at 353-1749 or Mrs. Bob Swetzig at 353-0911, both after 5 p.m. (Tribune photo by Ron Stewart) Questions and Answer! - there since had the DU Students Invited to Referendum DENVER (AP) - The Uni versity of Denver's 6,200 undergraduate students were invited o participate today in a student referendum on the issue of Jie campus commune and its removal by city and state authorities. A student-senate sponsored vote on confidence in Chancellor Maurice Mitchell's action to lave the shanlytown removed twice from the campus. By noon Thursday, the Colorado Army National Guard said all 1,300 guardsmen involved in jie call-up had been returned to off-duty status. This included some 200 members of two Mili- ,ary Police units from Golden who remained in the DU Arena Wednesday night. Meanwhile, graduate students in the Metallurgy and Material Science Department at DU said they did not support a Graduate Student Association Denunciation of Mitchell. The department's graduate students said the association's blaming the "DU situation" on the chancellor was made "without fulfilling constitutional requirements, and is therefore not officially sanctioned. T h e y said the statement should not be taken as representative of the opinion of all the graduate students at DU. Mitchell had stressed that dialogue on the issues was always possible through conventional :ademic channels. He said the order to have Woodstock Village removed was part of the been any progress three years. Was this time university's properly rights, panel received the covered by social security? Of the 30 students arrested by service waslDenver police at the campus social security 1 Monday and Wednesday, only u n t i l January. 19o7. However, if jthree remained in jail Thursday no other Federal agency transcript of testimony by Look] A. No. Military managing editor Martin Gold-inn! rnvnred by man Friday morning. "No sir," Harrison replied. Aiioto sued the magazine over'used your service t i m e injarraignod before Denver County an article published last Sept. 23 : paying a monthly benefit, social Judge William Burnett. has | for want of bail. Twelve were SAN FRANCISCO (API mistrial was declared Friday i n j Ihe $12.5 million libel suit Mayor! which alleged mashed A Mafia." was "en--'security can give you "free" web of alliances: credits for your military ser- Only one of the 12 arraigned, David Mondragon, 20. a nonstu- USE TRIBUNE WANT ADS IVKT. There credits a m o u n t in rirnl f r o m Denver, pleaded guil- .$160 a month for each m o n t h , l y to a charge of unlawful loit- 'of your active d u t y . crine. Sentencing was postponed Colling Places or Bond Vote Polling 'places for the bond ection in School District Six om 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday II he as follows: School election precinct No. Consists of all of Ward No. City of Greeley. Voting place II be the Park Elementary hool gymnasium. Precinct No. 2: Consists of ard No. 2, General Election ecinct Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, City Greeley. Voting place will be nding a probation office re- rt. the Cameron Elementary School gymnasium. Precinct No. S: Consists of Ward No. 2, General Election Precinct Nos. 5, 6 and 7, City of Greeley. Voting place will be Heath Junior High School. Precinct No. 4: Consists of all Ward No. 3, City of Greeley. Voting place will be Arlington Elementary School. Precinct No. 5: Consists of those portions of General Election Precinct Nos. 24 and 35 within the district (the territory comprising the Evans and Ashton school districts before merger). Voting place w i l l be Chapnelow West Elementary School. Precinct No. 6: Consists of those portions of General Election Precincts Nos. 5 and 9 within Die district (areas east of the City of Greeley). Voting place will be East Memorial Elementary School. Precinct No. 7: Consists of that portion of General Election precinct No. 16 within the district (areas west of the City of Greeley). Voting place will be Greeley West High School. Both property taxpaying electors and non-property taxpaying electors will be eligible to vote in the election, as provided under a set of bills voted into law by the State Legislature this year. YOUR HOST TRIANGLE E REALTY N Ph. 352-8606 SATURDAY SUNDAY 2 t o 5 1. Tak« 34 by-pan weit, pa«t Elki Club to 50th Avenue and turn north and go 1 block. 2. Take 34 by-pass west to 50th Avenue, a mile to Open House tlgnt . of 2652 50th Avenue 3 large bedrooms, 3 baths, all electric kitchen with dinette, plus formal dining room, huge living room, main floor utility room, family room with fireplace, plui many extras. 5907 W. 28th Street Over 1 acre of land with sprinkler «y«tem.* Pole fence. Double car garage, three bedrooms, 2 baths, utility on main floor, electric kitchen, formal dining room and living room with beautiful fireplace. Built by Koehn Brothers Construction, announces the 10th MONFORT PACKING COMPANY May 17, 1960 - May 17, 1970 Since it? f o r m a t i o n 10 years ago, Monfort Packing Company lias shown an amazing growth. Employing more than 1,000, and sending its products to all parts of the world, Monfort Packing Company is a major Northern Colorado industry. On this, our tenth birthday, we wish to thank our employees and the people of Northern Colorado who have helped to make our growth possible.

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