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1. St. Paul'ii cWreg-itiumi Church 2. C o m m u n i t y B u i l d l n i r 3. 4-K b u i l d i n g ** . 4. park School 0. Ureeley Baptist T c r n n l p G. MadlHon School l c m i n e -,7. F r a n k l i n School f. JJaplewood School a. C o u r t House C | WA1U) II 1. Cameron School 2. Orceley High Uym .]. I-'niBler H a l l *. G u n t e r Hall 312 - 12th Street 7th Street loth A v e n u e Island Grove I'urk 34! - 1 4 t h A v e n u e 14th A v e n u e Jth Street. J l t h A v e n u e lith Street MS - 3.tth A v e n u e 1201 - 21st A v e n u e Sth Street t 9th A v e n u e C. Heath J u n i o r H! K ii WAHII in J I M - 13th A v e n u e M l h Avenue ICth street College Campus College Campus I s O O - 21st A v e n u e 10th street 1. Bonell Home 2. A r l i n g t o n School 3. .lacltEon Schocil 4. No. 2 Fire Station 70S - '22nd Strr.-ct fltli A v e n u e 23rd Street 2002 - 25th Street ' Section t, Tlmt Chapter 3, A r t . il r Intoxicating J-ilquors .:: 3 1 -- y-15 of t h y Code of Ordinances, Ureeley, Colorado adopted Jul r For Mayor For : a term of two years Ijr. IJic-hiird A. Pcrclilik Tom K a p p D o r o t h y M u r t l n ZabUa For C o u n c i l m a n , Ward I For a d-rm o[ f o u r years A n c l r e \ v O u r t n e r W a y n e Sodman Uba Stanley for C o u n c i l m a n . Ward I I 1- or a term of f o u r years Carrell Deacon Gil Hauso · Joseph Ji. P o c r t n e r I-or C o u n c i l m a n , Ward I I I I''or a term of f o u r years George IV. H a l l Charles E. H i r e S HAVE « EaX Vote for on Vote for one Vote for one Vote for one Tues., Oct. 21, 1969 GREELEY TRIBUNE 1'age 37f*" Questions dnd Answtn Q. I have been reading a lot lately about Medicare fraud, -low wide spread is this problem? A. Thus far there has been only one conviction for Medicare fraud. Nationwide 13 other cases of potential fraud have )een referred to the Department of Justice with recommendations for prosecution. The Social Security Administration na- tionally receives 150 to 200'ca r cs' for investigation each month. In most cases, these result from 1 clerical errors, or other honest, mistakes. · , .- j , Holiday Change? , LONDON (AP) - The British Government has turned down a ' suggestion made in Parliament t that Christmas should always be " celebrated on the same day each year -- the last Sunday in December. Sponsors said this would avoid industrial disrup- ( tion when Dec. 25 falls in mid week, but the government ruled that most people prefer to keep the traditional date. ! follows: liiloxicnlliiK FOU THK O1JDINANCK A l i A I N S T - T H K ORDINANCE A N A M E N D M E N T OF A R T I C I . B IV. KKCTIOX 4-3 OF THE C I T V C H A H T K R OF O n K K M - J V I1KQ1JI 1 11 NO A VOTE BY 'I HI:. QUAUF1IOD EIjKCTOKR ON U E T K N T I O N OF THK C - J T Y A I- T Kit. IN - 1B7 , A N J ) SIX Y E A R S THKRE- FOR T U B AMKN1.1MENT A G A I N S T T H K A M K N D M E N T " d " l C C r n l M K QU " = " 0 " . (I-'(III.1I OK I'ltOI'OSKI) O i m i N - A X C K ) Seutlo C o u n t MI 1.. Tliat O r d i n a n c e No. noo ,,f U l c City of Greclcy, Weld , (,ulontilu a d o p t e d J u l y 23, 1:135 reads as f o l l o w s . _. ,, OriHiiiiiic-o No. OUO An O r d i n a n c e r r o U l h U I n j j t h e M i u n i f i i e H i r c f o r sale, Salp, ley. Colorado, ami claring: an emcrtffiii aitVeB' f o r " violation, and "de- 13 K IT O H D A 1 N M D by Hie City' Council of the City of Orae- Jey, Culoj-Hdu. Set:. J. i n ) It s h a l l he u n l a w f u l for any pcrnon, firm, assoc i a t i o n or (!fir])onuluu In m a n u f a c t u r e for sale, well, or to Keep in his posHCKsiuii or upon premlsCB owned or controlled by h i m . for snln, b a r t e r or exchange w i t h i n the C i t y of G r a n l e y , t . n i o r n d r t , a n y malt l i t m o r containing more than 3.2% alcohol by ·weight, or any v i n o u s or s p i r i t u o u s liquors, or any other a l c o h o l i c l i f i u n r c o n t a i n i n g more t h a n 3.2% alcohol by weight, or io p e r m i t a n o t h e r or others to m a n u f a c t u r e - f o r - sale', sell nr possess for nale n n y «unh H n u o r n , w i t h i n said city, on any premises owned or c o n t r o l l e d by him or it; excepting such a l c o h o l i c liiniorK an may be kept, aold or tisntl for medicinal or sacramental purposes u n d e r the laws of t h e Ktate of Colorado; and . ( b ) H Khali bo u n l a w f u l for any person, f i r m , association or corporation to offer^ for sale or solicit ur take any order or orders for any such l i q u o r s In nald city; and · (c) It shall bo u n l a w f u l for any person to carry on or a b o u t Ills person or on .a t r u c k or any oilier vehicle, or for any per- becr and shall In; c-Diislruod lo. nnsan any beverage obtained by alcoholic f e r m e n t a t i o n of any i n f u s i o n or decoction of oarlny, malt, hops or any other s i m i l a r product or any comb i n a t i o n thereof In w a t e r c o n t a i n i n g more than 3.2% of al- cobollo woiK-lu. The term "Vinous l l r i t i n n t " shall I n c l u d e . w i n e and f o r t l f i n d wlnew. and s h a l l be c o n s t r u e d to mean alcoholic " bevftrngc o l i t a i n e d by ( h o f e r m c n l a t l f m of t h e - iiutural sugar contents of f r u i t s or o t h e r a R r l c t i l t u r a l - product c n n t a i n f n t r susar. ".Spiriliiou.s liquors" shall be c o n s t r u e d to mean any alcoholic bevrrnfre o h t a l n c d by dlslillat'tnn, nilxed w i t h wntcr and o t h n r subslnnces In solution nnrt Includes a m o n g other things, brandy, nun, w h i s k y , w i n and every l i q u i d or solid, bonded or n o t , c o n t a i n i n g abiobol and which arc f i t for iisft for beveraRo punmscF. Any l i q u i d or solid c o n t a i n i n g beer or v i n o in u o n i h i i K i l i o n w i t h a n y o t h e r l i q u o r except a s above provided shall nut bo construed lo he m a l t or vinous liquors, b u t fill all lie construed to be s p i r i t u o u s liquors. Alcoholic beverages a n d / o r alcoholic liquors shall be c o n s t r u e d to mean m a l t , v i n o u s or .spirituous liquors. Sec. -T. "To BPll" or "Sale" means and i n c l u d e s nny of the f o l l o w i n g : To exchange, b a r t e r or t r a f f i c in; to solicit or receive. on order f o r : to kerp : or expose, for sale; to serve w i t h meals; to d e l i v e r ' f o r v a l u e or hi any way o t h e r than g r a t u i tously: to pfridle, to possess w i t h i n t e n t to sell; to pos.se.ss or transport nr transport ' i n c o n t r a v e n t i o n of t h i s O r d i n a n c e ; t o t r a f f i c in for a n y c o n s i d e r a t i o n promised or obtained directly or I n d i r e c t l y . . · Sec. 4, Any police o f f i c e r h a v i n g personal Icnowledge or reasonable i n f o r m a t i o n thai, m a l t , v i n o u s , spirituous 'or other l i q u o r s c o n t a i n i n g , more, t h a n 3.2% alcohol- by weight arc being kept in violation of tho o r d i n a n c e or of the 'Jaws' of Colorado in any place, w i t h i n the city (except a home) aim 11 search such suspected plnce. w i t h or w i t h o u t a warrant, and If such o f f i c e r f i n d s upon t h e ' -premises alcoholic liquors In v i o l a t i o n of t h i s ordinance, or p f - t h o laws of -Colorado,-- he a h n l l seixe the same, t o g e t h e r ' w i t h .the vessels In which 1 they are c o n t a i n e d and n i l i m p l e m e n t s .and f u r n i t u r e used " in connect i o n w i t h such a l c o h o l i c l i q u o r s 'in t h e -illegal keeping',; sell- Ing, b a r t e r i n g , exchanging, g i v i n g ' away, or 'carrying; ' t h e panic, and nny wagon, a u t o m o b i l e , truck-, vehicle, contrivance, t i l i n g or d e v i r p used in the u n l a w f u l conveying said 'liquors 'or Uent for the purnose of v i o l a t i n g any of the provisions of this o r d i n a n c e : n n r l shall n r r e s t any person or persons in charge of such plnce or a i d i n g in any m a n n e r in carrying on tho b u s i n - ess eomluct"d In such plnee and shall 'talify such person, or perrons, w i t h the n l e o h o l i e l i q u o r s , vessels. I m p l e m e n t ? and . f u r n i t u r e , wagon, . a u t o m o b i l e , t r u c k , vehicle, contrivance, t h i n g or device, so seized, f o r t h w i t h , or as soon as convenie/nt, before . the. police m n g i s l r a t e : and such o f f i c e r shall w i t h o u t delay m n k f i and f i l « a c o m p l a i n t for such violation of law as the evidence j u s l i f i e s . I t s h a l l be b i w f u l for o f f i c e r s on w a r r a n t only In e x e c u t i n g the. d u t i e s imposed upon t h e m by t h i s section In Iirenk open doors or enclosures for tlie purposes of o h t a l n i n i y ' nossesFinn o f " such alcohol In liquors. P r o v i d e d no search s h a l l b e ' i n n d e of a home o c c u p i e d as suclij unless It or some p a r t of. I t IH used I n c o n n e c t i o n w i t h nr n a a store, shop, h o t e l , bosirdlnir house. n * n i l n i r bouse or p l n c e of public resort. Sec. 5. There p h a l l br no p r o n e r l y r i g h t s of nny k i n d w h a t - soever In any a l c o h o l i c l i q u o r s , vessels, nppllnnces. f i x t u r e s , liars, f u r n i t u r e , i m p l e m e n t s , wagons.' automobiles, t r u c k s , vehicles. c o n t r i v a n c e s , or any o t h e r t h i n g s or devices used In nr Ue.pt for the purpose of v i o l a t i n g nny of the provisions of this ordinance. Sec, n. The nrovisions of t h i s o r d i n n n e e shnll not n p n l y t o the sale or d i P t r i h i i H o n of sacra mental wines sold and used for religious purposes. Sec. 7. Any. person, f i r m , a s s o c i a t i o n or corporation violating any of the 'provisions of t h i s o r d i n a n c e shall, upon convict i o n , be f i n e d in the sum of not less. M i n n $25.00 nor more than $300,00 for each offense, or i m p r i s o n m e n t for not less than ten nor more than n i n e t y days or both, such f i n e and Imp r i s o n m e n t may be Imposed w i t h i n t h e discretion of (he court, all such f i n e s to he pairl i n t o general f u n d of the city. S-ee. f. If a n y provision, section, subsection., s e n t e n c e or phrase of t h i s ordinance or the a p p l i c a t i o n t h e r e o f to n n y 1 person or circumstance Is held I n v a l i d , such I n v a l i d i t y shall not e f f e c t oilier provisions, sections, M i h s n c t i u n s , sentences, phrases or applications of the o r d i n a n c e which C U M be p l v e n I ' f f f c l w i t h o u t t h e I n v a l i d p r o v l n i o n p o r a p p l i c a t i o n , a n d t o t h i s end t h e provisions of t h i s o r d i n a n c e are. d c c l n r e d t o bo sever- nble TIu City Council h e r e b y declare? it w o u l d havo passed t h e ordinance mid each seclioii. p t i l n l I v i s i o n , sentence a n d ' phrase t h e r e o f recnrdlcss o f t h e i n v a l i d i t y o r n n r t l a l i n v a l i d i t y of ;niy o t h e r si-rlhxis, snli.se/-tiotis, .sentence, or phrases of Kpc Ii O r d i n a n c e N'muher "~" of t h e c i t v of fireeley, Colorado, passed a n d a d o n l e d F V b i u a r y 1.1. litL'H and every other o r d i n a n c e and H a r t s t h e r e o f In c o n f l i c t h e r e w i t h are hereby repealed. . · Se.c, 10. This o r d i n a n c e , being deemed necessary for the Imm e d i a t e p r e s e r v a t i o n of the p u b l i c peace- bealtii and safety, in the o p i n i o n of t h e C i t y Council, a n emort'on'-y exists: there-'.. this ordln.-ince shall t a k e e f f e c t i m m e d i a t e l y upon I t s . and be puolisherl as r e q u i r e d by ami adopted, frr A l i e s t ; \V. A.' UAM.NTITT City :b.-rk . n n - l appro vert t h l - 2-lrd day of Mayor 3 10) , , ly 2, 19. r i7 reads a Article II. Sec. .S-10. D f . (s.) To ayll, Bale. "To sell" or "sale" means and i n c l u d e s any of tho following: To exchange, barter or t r a f f i c in; to solicit or receive an order f o r ; to keen ur expose for sale; to serve w i t h meals; to deliver for value or in any way otliur t h a n BTatuitously; to peddle, to possess with I n t e n t to Bull; to py setsa or transport in contravention of this chapter to t r a f f i c in for any consideration promised or obtained directly or in 1 directly. · . (b) Alalt liquors. The term "malt liquors" as used in t h i s article shall i n c l u d e beer and shall be conatrued' to mean any beverage obtained by alcoholic f e r m e n t a t i o n of any i n f u s i o n ur decoction of. barley, malt, hops or any other similar pro duct or any combination thereof In water c o n t a i n i n g - more than three, and two-tenths per cent of alcohol by weight. (c) V i n o u s liquors. The term V v i n o u s liquors" shall include w i n e and f o r t i f i e d wines, and shall bo construed to mean al coholiu beverage obtained by the fermentation of the n a t u r a l sugar contents o£ fruits or other agricultural products con t n i n i u g sugar. (d) Spirituous liquors. "Spirituous liquors" shall be con strued to mean any alcoholic beverage obtained by distillation mixed with water and other substances in solution and" in- eludes among other things, brandy, r u m , whisky, gin and every liquid or solid, bonded or not, containing alcohol and which are fit for use for beveragcj purposes. '. Any liquid or solid containing beer or wine in combination with any other liquor except as above provided shall not ba construed to bo malt or vinous liquors, but shall be construed to be spirituous liquor. Alcoholic beverages and alcoholic II quors shall be construed to mean malt, vinous or spirituous liquors. CComp. 1949, :: 431, 43^.) ' Sec. 3-11. rimacfiKliiK or IrniiMpurtliig for unit*, Imrter or ex- clmnjpet prohibited. (a) H shall bo u n l a w f u l for any person to m a n u f a c t u r e £ur sale, sell, or to keep in his possession or upon premises owned or controlled by him, lor sale, barter or exchange w i t h i n the city any malt liquor containing more than three and two tenths per cent alcohol by. -weight, or any v i n o u s or spirituous liquors, or any other alcoholic liquor containing more than throe and two-tenths per cent alcohol by weight, or to permit another or others to manufacture for sale, sell, or posses for sale any such liquors, within the city, on any premises owned or controlled by h i m ; excepting- such alcoholic l i q u o r s as may be kept, sold or uaed for medicinal or sacramental purposes u n d e r the laws -.of "the State of Colorado. (b) It shall be u n l a w f u l for any person to o f f e r for salo or solicit to take any order or orders for any such liquora in the city. . . (c) It shall he u n l a w f u l for tiny person to carry on or about his person or on a truck or any o t h e r vehicle, or any person to engage or. employ any other person to peddle, car ry or transport, any such llquors ; In the .city, for tho purpose of nailing, bartering, exchanging, or Illegally transferring tho same, In the city. (Comp. 14y, : 430.) Sec. :t-l". Seizure -- Search mid iirreftt, ivhun authorized. Any police officer having personal k n o w l e d g e or reasonable Information that malt, vinous, spirituous or other l i q u o r s con talning more than .three and two-tenths per cent alcohol b weight are being kept in violation of thin article or of tho laws of Colorado In any place w i t h i n the city (except a home) shall search such suspected place, with or w i t h o u t a warrant. and if such officer f i n d s upon ilia premises alcoholic liquor In v i o l a t i o n of this article or of the laws of Colorado, ho shall nelxe the, same, together with the vessels In which they are contained and all implements and f u r n i t u r e used in connection with such alcoholic liquors in the illegal keeping:, selling, bartering, exchanging, giving away, or carrying the same, and any wagon, automobile, truck, vehicle, contrivance, ' t h i n g or device used In the u n l a w f u l conveying: of such l i q u o r s or kept' for the purpose of violating" any of t h e provisions of this article; and shall arrest any persons in charge- of such plnce or a i d i n g in any manner In carrying on the business conducted In such place and nhfi.ll take Bitch persona with the alcoholic liquors, vessels, I m p l e m e n t s and f u r n i t u r e , wagon, automobile truck, vehicle, contrivance, t h i n g or device, BO seized, f o r t h w i t h , or as noon as convenient, before 1 the police' magistrate and auch o f f i c e r shall without delay make and. f i l e a complaint for such violation of law as the evidence justifies. It shall ho lawful for o f f i c e r s on war runt only hi executing the d u t i e s imposed, upon them ' b y ' t h i s section to break, open doors or enclosures for thu purposes ot obtaining possession of such' alcoholic liquors; provided, no search may be made' of a homo occupied as such, unless it or nome part ot it Is used in connection with or tie a store, shop, hotel, boarding house, rooming 1 house or place of p u b l i c resort, (Comp. 1949 : 433;) Se»!. 3-1,1. Same--IVo property right In rood, ilN]')«nl of dcvftc* There shall bo no property rights of any k i n d whatsoever In any liquors, vessels, appliances, fixtures, f u r n i t u r e ; Imple merits, automobiles, vehicles, or any other "things or device* used or kept for tho purpose of violating: any of the pro . v i s i o n s of this charter; and any appliances, f i x t u r e s , f u r n i t u r e Implements, wagons, automobiles, ( vehicles", .contrivance's or other things or devices used ami' 1 seized ishall, bo r ordered disposed of, as personal p r o p e r t y Is sold.'itndei;" execution,' and tile proceeds thereof s h a l l be applied fir'iit. I n 1 .the payment o f . the costs of the prosecution and. of a-ny f j n e ; imposed; and t h e balance, if any, paid into the general funds of the'j'cltj Srr. H-l-1. 1'atnrnmlnf nr confinmlng:.. I* publlu, deildltioni. .',; I t shall bo u n l a w f u l for any person, to drink or to have In h i s possession or under his control in any p u b l i c place any intoxicating liquor in a n y c o n t a i n e r of tiny k i n d or descrlp tiou which Is not sealed or on which the seal is broken; pro vided, however, n o t h i n g In t h i s section will permit anyone under the apo of eighteen years to have in Ills possession any intoxicating l i q u o r of any kind in nny m a n n e r "whatsoever. The word "container" shall I n c l u d e any decanter, f i n a l b o t t l e , jar, thermos bottle or jug 1 . The word "seal" shall mean ( h e regular sfn.1 a p p l i e d by t h e United States G o v e r n m e n t over the cap of all i n t o x i c a t i n g beverages. "Public place" shall i n c l u d e nnd is not l i m i t e d lo, any t a v e r n restaurant, beer place, dance h a l l , pool room, s i d e w a l k Hired alley, park, the Colorado S t a t e College of E d u c a t i o n field house, the Colorado K t a t e College of Education s t a d i u m and the Colorado State College of lOducallon ball park. Sec. a-IB. KxcepJtonN from nppllcuf Ion of n r f f r l p . The provisions of t h i s a r t i c l e shall not apply in the palp or d i s t r i b u t i o n of s a c r a m e n t a l \ v i n e s sold and used for religious purposes. (Comp. 1949, : 435.) . Section 3. That Ordinance No. COO of the Citv of Orecley adopted July 23, 1335 and Chapter 3, Art. II, I n t o x i c a t i n g Liquors. ·· .1 10 ^ " ° f ,. lI l c -?P^ e Of . Ordinances. Citv of Greelfy. Colorado i Hi adapted July 2, 1957 are hereby repealed in their antiretr, bection 4. This O r d i n a n c e shall become e i f e u l i v e t h i r t y ( 3 0 ) tlti\^\ from and a f t e r Us passage and p u b l i c a t i o n In accordance w i t h lal\ 'assert a n d Adopted, Signed and Approved t h i s day of M a y o r City Clerk That t h e f u l l o r d i n a n c e concerning Q u / o n i n g ordinance, is as follows: "An Ordinance K e f j u i r i estion Nu u approval by tho S u r r o u n d i n g Neigh M borhood In Matters of Z o n i n g or Change of Zoning "Whereas, The z o n i n g or c h a n g u of zoning- IK a matter of su * Ions concern to p r o p e r t y owners in thu i m m e d i a t e ncighhorho d of. the proposed zoning or change of zoning, n n d , t Whereas, The procedure to be followed in m a t t e r s of z o n i n g * or change of zoning I* * matter of serious concern to the e n t i i e ' City of Greeley, Colorado. t nv THB CITT COUN Section l. That all zoning or change of z o n i n g shall be favor , » ed and approved by at least-60% of t h e owners of p r o p e r t y l y i n g * w i t h i n one thousand feet (1.000) of the outer boundaries'of the l property which Is the subject of z o n i n g or change of zoning o\ ccpt that dedicated to streets and a l l e y s shall not be i n c l u d e d * n the computation of this distance. **^. Section 2. That said one thousand feet (1,000) shall he determined by measuring along: a line drawn p e r p e n d i c u l a r to said outer boundaries. "Section 3. That t h e owners of n i l property, belnp a d j a c e n t t o and the owners of a l l property lyinj; w i t h i n the said one thoin and feet (1,000) shall he e n t i t l e d to a p p r o v e or disapprove the z o n l n p or change of zoning. "Section 4. Thst the approval or d i s a p p r o v a l may be d e t e r m i n e d i n d proved by the presentation' of p e t i t i o n s drawn so as to r.ieai y state tho subject of the petition. Every signer of a p e t i t i o n or against tho proposed zoning or change of zoning- shall add to his s l R n a t u r e ( h e date of his slRnlns, his place of resldeni. t i n d street number. The person c i r c u l a t i n g - such petitions slnM subscribe to an oath, on each sheet of said p e t i t i o n , t h n t t h e ' ·MR-natures t h e r e o n are p e u u i n e , and t h a i to t h e host nf ] is cnowledg-e and belief, each of tho signatures Is t h a t of the person whose name it purports to be, anil Hint each of the prr sons so s i K n i i i K the petition was, at the t i m e of sitrninc-, a o u a l i led_ elector in the City of Greeley, Colorado. "Section 5. That this ordinance S, a on ihall not he subject to repeal by the City Council of Greeley, Colorado. Repeal may he accom illshed only by the majority vote of the electorate of Greelc\ olorado. "Section B. That the O r d i n n n e e shall t a k e e f f e c t f i v e (5) d.-i\i a f t e r Its · f i n a l publication as provided in Section "-1G of the Greeley Charter." That tile f u l l C h a r t e r A m e n d m e n t c o n c e r n i n g Q u e s t i o n Xmnber \, the City M a n a g e r A m e n d m e n t , is as f o l l o w s - "Articl* IV, Section 1-3 ot aald C h a r t e r to read as follows: Tcr n l n a t l o n of K m p i o y m e n t ot City M a n a g e r -- The C i t y Mar.ac r · i h n l l ho employed for an i n d e f i n i t e term, which may lie t e r m i n a t e I n either of tlio f o l l o w i n g conditions by a m a j o r i t y vote nf t h « C i t y C o u n c i l , or by the m a j o r i t y vote of tho ( n u l l i f i e d I'lc.-tc rs of C.R-eley n ( nil election which s h a l l lie h o l d every six «! yc: «Klnn.-.iiu. - w i t h .thii noxt C-oneral e l e c t i o n in 1!»71 i ' l i o n ' s n Ii ' m a y I n I t s d i s c r e t i o n p r o v i d e t e r m i n i to . . . - . o r m l n a t l o n ' t h o Council ion pay. "Article IV. S j r r t l n n '4-.1 in it, present f o r m p r o v i d e s n n f n l l T e r m i n a t i o n , of Kmplo.vment nf C i t y M n n . l K e r -- The C i t y M a n ·"hall bo 'emplojed Tor an I n d e f i n i t e term, which may lie n i n a t e d by a m a j o r i t y vote of t h e City Council. Upon snrl. lei n l n a t l o n I h o Council m a y I n I t s discretion provide- l e r m i n a t l n , iay." . . . j The above notice Is published In accordance \ v l t h p r o v i s i o n s of lie 19(15 Colorado Municlii.nl Election Cede, a d o p t e d hy Iho f i l v if Greeley, Ordinance No. 22, ISSS. anii c.opy of till* n o t i c e slnll ie posted it each p o l H h K rlacr prior to October 55. 1!tfiS. Witness my h a n d and seal of the. Citv of Greelev t h i s l l t h d i \ f Oc';oher, Iii(i9. CITY or oni-RUEy, coi.or.Ano r!V: Morton Buss C i t y Clerk ·he f 4 r e r l f y D a i l y T r i b u n e [ October 21, 25, 28, Nov. t, 1869 I Why not shop this Wednesday night at Smith's? 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FAMOUS LABELS SPORTSWEAR Blouses, Separates Orig. $9 to $15 $2 ' . ; : FALL COLORS DRESS GLOVES All fabric styles included. % Off DISCONTINUED STYLES BETTER BRAS Vassarette, Maidenform Stylet Orig. $3 to $6 Now$l DESIGNER LABELS BETTER DRESSES Orig. to $125 1/g to 1/2 Off KORET'S EARLY FALL SPORTSWEAR Entire stock included. 1/4 Off FIELDCREST DOUBLE CONTROL Electric Blankets Orig.. $25 DON'T SETTLE FOR LESS! Archer Panty Hose Archer fit and quality is unbeatable. Orig. $2 Now 1.67 CLEARANCE OF LEACOCK TABLECLOTHS Orig. 3.99 to 9.99 Sizes 52" «q., 52" x 70", 60"x83", 70" round Now OUR JUNIOR LABEL! JUNIOR DRESSES Orig. $20 to $40 V 3 Off known for quality . O i 9KI-V.V ii W; s:P It's Easy To Charge With Smith's Charge, BankAmericard or Master Charge v s x

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