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22 GREELEY TRIBUNE Friday, Oe(. 24, 1969 PHILIPPI, W. Va. (AP) _ Tlie first land bailie of the Civil War was fought here on June 3, 3801. .MVl'IOC OP PIL1XO Ol' Al. I'l.XMTIO.V POlt ISSUANCE OP 1.IU3.VSK TO LOAN S1OXBV J.\ A M O U N T S OVKK fl.HW.M Please mice notice t h a t First I n d u s t r i a l Loan C o n i p n n y of l.rceloy. lias a p p l i e d to the S t a l e Hinilc c o m m i s s i o n e r of the S t n t e of l.olorado for a license to enc a t e in t i l e business of m a k i n g J o a n s of money over Jl.OO.OO j i i i m i a n l to C h a p t e r 73. Article! J. Colorado S t a t u t e s Am,,-taUd li'C.'l, as a i n e i u l o i l . Said business Is proposed to be c o n d u c t e d at Mil f l h A v e n u e . Grcolcy, Colorado. P r o t e s t may he made, by any person l o the lifiiilujc of ' s u c h J i c e i i M ' h y f i l i n g same in w r i t i n g w i t h t h e Slate Hank Commissioner w i i h i n seven 17) days a f t e r Ihe , l a i e of last p u b l i c a t i o n of t h i s n o t i c e a s I n d i c a t e d bcli M A H I i Y FiLOO.M S l a t e H a n k Commissioner .state of Colorado The rtroclcy Pally T r i b u n e October H'. 17. 21, JIMii! Sunflower Meal As Supplement Is Under Study WASHINGTON (AP) - Th Agriculture Dopartmtnt ha; awarded a $57,000 researcl grant to Texas AM University College Station, to study meth NOTICK OF FII.I.VO OP I'KTiTio.N roil iRTKn.n- 1 N A T 1 O N Ol' I I K l l t S l l I P In (hr nUtrli-t Court No. P - I I S B 7 ) /ill. STATE OP COl.OltADO COUNTY Or WKI,D ) IN TUB HATTER OP TUB) ESTATE OF M A R I E KEAS-) 1.1NO, aka M a r i e L. K c n s l l n f . ) T H E PEOPLE OF THI3 BTATD OF COLORADO: To .... G H K E T 1 N O : I'orflonit IntcreRtet T A K B NOTICE t h a t there h» heen f i l e d In Raid o s t n t e a p e t l t l o n asking for n Judicial anccr t a l n m o n t and determination o the heirs of such deceased, nni s e t t i n g f o r t h t h a t the named, ad drpsspn and relationships to de ceancd of all persons who are o claim to be heirs of said de ceased, so far as k n o w n lo th {K'lltloncr, are as follows, to-wlt J l u l h !·'. KeasltiiK, 1321 7tl Street, Grecley, Colorado 80631 Sister. You are hereby n o t i f i e d to ap pear and a n s w e r the petition w i t h i n uvetity days after sorvlc of t h i s notice on you (If Kerve hy p u b l i c a t i o n within twenty dayn a f t e r Ihe last publlcatlo of tills n o t i c e ) and In default o an answer or appearance th C o u r t w i l l proceed to receive am hear proofs couccrnlnff the heir of such deceased and enter a de cree d e t e r m i n i n g who are th heirs of such deceased person. Paled at Greftley. Colorado tills 7th day of October. 1119. Mary .1. C o n n n l l Clerk of the District Court Hy Donnn .1. Powell D e p u t y Clerk (SEAL) The Greelcy Dally T r i b u n e October 10, 17, U, 31, 1969 MITH.-U or F I M N U OP AT- iM.irATto.v I-'OH i s s r A X C R or l . l t lO.VSIO Til LOAN M O K H V I S AM()t;.\TS O V K I I *i,r,00.0( TO A L L Till! PEOPLE OF STATE OP COLORADO: Please l a k e n o t i c e t h a t A e t n a F i n a n c e Company of llreelev of 70f R t h A v e n u e , Grooley. Oolo- r a d o has applied to t h e m a t e H a n k Commissioner of the State of C o l o r a d o for a license to en page In Ihe business of m a k i n r l e a n s of money over Jl,600.00, p u r s u a n t to C h a p t e r 73. A r t i c l e L'. Colorado s t a t u t e s A n n o t a t e d l:tr,.1. as amended. Said buslncaa is proposed to be c o n d u c t e d at i on frith Avenue, Greeley. Colorado. P r o t e s t may he m a d e by any person lo the Issuing of such license, by f i l i n g same In w r i t i n g w i t h t h e State Bank C o m m i s s i o n e r w i t h i n noven 7 ) clays a f t e r the date of last p u b l i c a t i o n of t h i s n o t i c e aa /mil cated below. I I A H H Y HLOOM State R a n k C o m m i s s i o n e r S t a l e of Colorado Tho Greeley D a l l y T r i b u n e October 17. 24. 31, 19fi9 T I I I O CITY OF imi:i;i,i;v, C I I L I H I A I I O ip|ti«i.\AM:i{i x» , mini A N O l t n l N A N C R A J ' i O l ' T I N l ] A N D A I ' I ' K O V I N U Till'! IMlOPOfiED . A X N T A l . P.UDflKT I ' l l l l T I I I O V K A l l 1117(1 A N D AI'1'KOI'Hl A T l N I i ST.MS KOK n l O K H A V I N f i T i l K l O X I ' I O N S E S A M I L I A M I I . I T I IOK "F T I I K C I T V U K l - J H E K I . E V . COLORADO, D U I 1 I N G T I I I O F I S C A I V I O A H B I O U I X N 1 N I . J . l A i V U A R y I , Ji'70. A V I ! K I J I O A S . b y v l r l u e o f I h e p r o v i s i o n s c o n l i i l n e d I n t h e Greeley c h a r t e r . Sccilon l i - I S of t l i e clly of (ircoley Colorado, l l i « C l l j r C n o i n - l l Is reiiiilreil lo a d o p t , a b u d g e t for llie yeiir 1970 by fin o r d i n a n c e , a n d , W I I I O I I I O A N . l l i e C l l y M a n a g e r bus s u b m i t t e d t o t h e Clly C o u n c i l n |ii I | J I . M d i . u d K c l ill aceoidmiei; w i l l l Seullun (i-U of llie GreHey r l m r l e r . m i d , U ' l l l c i t K A s . t l i p city Council of Greeley, Colorado on October 7, I:M;;I, h e l d a p u b l i c hearlnt: In accordance w i t h Section 6-13 of i l f Oi Icy c h a r t e r on said proposed budget. N n \ V . T l l i o n i o i i - O l t l o . 1)1-3 IT O R D A I N E D BT THE C1TT COUNCIL I'l-' l i l t l O I O L I O V . COI.OKA1XI: Scc-lb'ii I. 'Mint t i l e proposed a n n u a l budget for the. year 1970 Is heri'hy adopted and a p p r o v e d as t l i e a n n u a l b u d g e t for the year l i ' T O f o r t h e C t l y of Greeley, Colorado. Section L'. Thai t l i e t t n n i i f i l budget for t l i e year 1970 as a d o p t e d u n d n p p r o v e , i shall h e ou f i l e In t h e C l l y clerk's o f f i c e f o r public I n s p e c t i o n during: o f f i c e hours of such o f f i c e for tile e n t i r e year of I'JT'i. S e c t i o n :i. T h a t t h e r e Is hereby a p p r o p r i a t e d from the general f u n d rcv.-nues for the fiscal y e a r b e g i n n i n g J a n u a r y , 1, 1370. HIP f , l l ( i u - h i t . - i b ' s l g n a l e d s u m s to hn used for d e f r a y i n g t h e expenses and l i a b i l i t i e s of the C i t y of tlreeley, Colorado: l!.ncral I'lin,! D i v i s i o n or A c l t v l l , AlUinipl-lHllon L e g i s l a t i o n «, 13,91(1 Aeeiin 1-1-1 l - L ' - l 1 - 2 - 2 1-.1-2 1 - 1 - 1 1 - f i - l 1-."'-" I-H-1 3 - 1 - 1 :. - : - 1 3 - 1 - 5 M a n a g e Personnel .Finance P l a n n i n g M u n i c i p a l C ' n u r t N o n - 1 l e p a r l n i H i i l a l F r i n g e H e l i e f l t s T r a n s f e r s , C a p i t a l F i r e D e p a r t i n c u t Police D e p a r t m e n t X o u - l . ' n l f o r m A c t i v i t i e s H u m a n e O f f i c e r HI,IK, I n s p e c t i o n s C e m e t e r y 19.700 7,720 3II.J1I8 15,500 12,3iri 12,0110 27,100 US, lino 3.|], S O 3 I 1 , S 0 37S.105 S2.120 111,72." H u l l d l l l K I KlIKl I ' t i b l l . V.irlu C.nlf Course S t r e e t s .Pus S y s t e m T r a f f i c S y s t e m s L i b r a r y M U f - e u m U e c r e a t l o n S w i m m i n g Pool S e n i o r c i t i z e n s TOTAL n l O N I O l t A L l - T X I ) I. T h a i t h e r e Is h e r e b y a p p r o p r i a t e d f r o m II v c n n . - s rui- I h e f i s c a l year b e g i n n i n g J a n u a r y 1 IP s u m to lie used for l o r a d o : I l l v l i l o i t tir A c t i v i t y A l i n r o n r l n l t t n , 1l3,S3r 13S.3L'.- RS,70 m.ifit IS, 950 lia.sco 7S.200 9.S9I JS.OfiO 19,r,50 15,100 $ 2 , 1 2 4 , 2 3 0 e trenera' , I!17I1. t i l l ing f n n d i of. the C i t y of Ores l O i i i l i l H i l c n ! F u n d I n v e n t o r y P u r c h a s i n g 129.311 911,001 S.I53. 39,3fi 20.001 C K A N I l TOTAL R E V O L V I N G P1IXD S c i - U f u n d { " l l of i l t p r o p r i a t e d from t h e i\ mi: Thai t h e r e I . uics for thp fiscal y e a r b e g i n n i n g . I n n u a r y 1. 1970, tli be used for special p u r p o s e f u n d s of the Cit , Culunulo - n r l l l l l o i 21.78 Division or A c t i v i t y n f f - s t r e e t . i ' a r l d u g P a r k S i t e Fund Storm W a t e r D r a i n a g e Public. I t t i p r o v c m c n l F u n d r.i:l.fi2 l i l l A X f ) T O T A L SI'F.I.UAL P C I I P O S I O F U N D S ? .15S.OB S i ' i l l c n K. T h a t t h e r e Is hereby a p p r o p r i a t e d f r o m t h e n t i l i t ' · v e n u e s f o r t h e fiscal y e a r , b e g i n n i n g J a n u a r y 1 , l!7». I n , ne, i l e s i K i u i l e d sums lo be used for d e f r a y i n g t h e e x p e n s e M i l l i e s uf t h e sewer f u n d s ; A c c o u n t Division o r A e l l v l t ; - A p l i r o n r l a t l o i Ji-o-ll Scu'er 5 4 1 0 , 4 9 S e i ' t l o n 7 . T h a t t h e r e Is hereby a p p r o p r i a t e d f r o m t h p u t i l i t y f n m i i ' v c n n e s f o r t h i s f i s c a l y e a r , l i e K l n u l O K J a n u a r y 1 . 1S70, t h e fol l o w i n g d e s i g n a t e d sums t o b« used f o r U e f t a y i l l K t h e e \ p e n a n d l i a b i l i t i e s o f I h e w a t e r f u n d : Al mil Division or A e l l v l l y Aoiirolirhitlon S c c l i o n S. That a l l r e v e n u e s recelced ilurlnic the y e a r ill7b"'li excess of t h e above a p p r o p r i a t i o n shall be h e l d I n t a c t by t h l i i r e c t o r o f F i n a n c e f o r possible a d d i t i o n a l a p p r o p r i a t i o n s b y t b e c i t y C o u n c i l in a c c o r d a n c e w i t h Section 6-17 of the t l r e e l e y C h a r t e r . S e c t i o n n. No t r a n s f e r shall be made from a n y n u m b e r e d appro- p r i a t i o n to a n o t h e r w i t h o u t Council a u t h o r i z a t i o n as Is jn-ovlded t»y Scclion f - l t ; nf llie Oreeley Charter. Section 10. That In ao.e.ortHinee w i t h Section 3-lfl of t h e Oreeley c h a r i e r t h i s o r d i n a n c e 1 shall taltp, e f f e c t o n t h e f i f t h d n y f o l l o w i i i f f PASS'I'O'D 'AND AHOPTKD. S I O N K D A N D A P P R O V E D , by the city C o u n c i l of tJreeley, Colorado t h l a -- day of -- !!"(;!. ods of using sunflower r.ical *s * protein supplement in food for humans. The meal is used now as c supplement in livestock feed and the department wants to know if it can help human diets Officials said the 2'/z-year project also will be aimed at finding ways to manufacture « high-protein flour with sunflowers, which could lead to large- TUB CITV OK COLOHADO iiiiui.vv.vci: M, :M, JIHIII AN ORDINANCE AMKNDIXO THE O F F I C I A L ZONING MAP OF THE CITY OF GKKELEY COLORADO, CONCERNING A PART OF SECTION. 12. TOWNS H I P fi NORTH. R A N G E 66 WEST OF THE OTH P.M.. LOCATED BETWEEN 23HD AVENUE AND 2ET1£ A V E N U E AND U E T W E E N 15TH STREET AND 1CTH STREET. FROM It-S ZON INC» DISTRICT TO R-2 AND n-t HONING DISTRICTS. WIllOliUAK, t h e Plannlnc Corn, mission of the City of Greeley has recommended n change o" xonliiK for the property de acrlbed herein, a n d , WHEREAS, p u b l i c hearing hai been held and nil other provl Hloni of the Ordinance! of th City of Grecley hav* been com piled with. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT DISDAINED BY THE I~~ COUNCIb OF THE CITY OF GHIOELBT, COLOUADO: Section 1. That the following land loncil R-3 Multi-Family Residential Dlitrlot. li lier.b) chailKed to K'4, Traniltlonal DlBtrlcl: A tract of land located In the Hast Half (BHi) of Section 12, North " . Township 6 North, Range 6« West of the SlJttll Principal Meridian, City of Greeley, Weld County, Colorado and being; more particularly described *· followK: Commencing ftt the Southeast Corner of the Northeast Q u a r t e r (NB'.4) of »ald tfcctlon 12, and considering the East lino of sahl Section 12 to hear South O O ' l l ' O O " West and with all other bearings contained herein relative thereto: Thence South O O M l ' O O " West. along the East line of said East Half (E,4) of said Section 12. 224. HE f e e t ; Thence North 89'SO'OO" West, 00.00 feet to the True Point of U e g l n n l n g : Thence South 46'20'29" Wept. 70.S1 feet to a point on the North JllBht-of-Way line of I G t h Street as platted and recorded In the Records of Weld County, Colorado: The.nce along the N o r t h nlght-of-Way Hue of said I G t h Street by the f o l l o w i n g three (.1) courses and tllstane.es: North 89'SO'OO" West. 144.28 feet; Along th« arc of a c i r c u l a r c u r v e t o t h e r i g h t whose r a d i u s Is 6G0.2Q feet and whose long chord hears North G9'B2'.H" West, a distance of 47.48 f e e t ; A l o n g the arc of a circular curve to the l e f t whose radius Is 721.83 feet and %vhose chord hears North GO-3'J'(15" West, a distance of 257.72 feet to n point on (ho Kant R l g h t - o f - W u y line of 2fith A v e n u e as platted and recorded In the Records of Weld County, Colorado; Thence North O O ' l l ' O O " Haat. along the East Right-of-way line of. said 2Elh Avenue, 138.13 f e e t ; Thence N o r t h 89'66'00" East, 140.00 feet: Thence North 00'- l l ' O O " East. 125.00 feet to a point on the South lllght-of- Way line of IGth street ai plaited and recorded In the records of Weld County, Colorado; Thencn along t h e arc or K circular curve to the l e f t whose r a d i u s la CO. 00 fcot and ·whose long chord bears North 4 4 - h 6 ' 0 0 " East a distance of V I E W ADDITION to tin City of OrooJey a» plntted and recorded in the- Records of weld County. Colorado; Thence North S a ' n l i ' O O " East, along Iho South line ot »ald Hlocli 1. 240.00 feel to a point on the West Right-of-way line of said 23rd Ayenn. as Pl»"«« »nd recorded; Thence houth O O M l ' O O " West, alotiB t h e \ \ e p t HlKht-ot-'Way "no n t n",' 11 23rd Avonnc, C51.7S foci to th. True Point of UcprlnnlnK. Section 2. That the followin lamH " ned K-3. M m i l nlarly doscrlued as follows: Co nniencltiK at t h e Southeast Corner of the Northeast Quarter (SECorNlO "4) of »al,l Sect i o n 12, and considering tin East line of sal.l Suction 12 to bear South O O M l ' O O " West and will, all other bearlnes, con- Zales famous "love"' poster FREE! when you order your class ring Pul a ring around Ilia bell-loved tneinoriei o( your jehool life. School nickname or maicot I and choice of iron* colon are juit too o£ Ae o'eol fcoejrej ihol moke your clcis ring v e r y p t n o a o l l y youri. Sturitni Accounts Invited ZALES HlKhl-nf *Way' ifne'of 2:in! Ave- m,« ni pl»ltm anrt rtconleil In Ih. Ita'cml. of Weld (-ounty. Colorndo: Thence South 46 20'!9" Wrst, 70.51 feet to a liolnt on the Northerly nlKht- of-W.iy line ot lilth Street »· n l n t t c M l »ml recorded In the ilrconla of Wold County, Colorado: Thence along th« Northerly RlBht-of-W»y Una u' «»'o Ht'h Street by th. following throe (3) courscn und iil»- tincea: North 89'30-flO" West. 1«.28 feet; A l o n n the arc of a circular curve to the rlBlit whose rndlua Is ««OO feet and whoso long chord bears North 69'5r3" West a distance of 4(7.8 feet: Along the arc ot a circular curve to the left whose radius Is 7Z1.SS feet and whose chord boars North 60 - Sli'OS" Wont, a distance of. 2 6 7 7 2 tff.l to a point on thy East Right-of-way line of 16th Avenue as platted and recorded In the records of Weld County. Colorado; Thence North O O ' l l ' O O " East, along Vhe East R i K h t - o f - W n y line of said 25th Avenue. 1M.1S f»«t to the True Point of Beginning; Thence continuing North O O M l ' O O " East. alonK th« h««t scale use In baked goods *nd Breakfast foods. Physicists Expected In Boulder for Meet BOULDER, Colo. (P)r-Some 500 nuclear .physicists from throughout the United States- are expected In Boulder. Oct. 30- Nov. 1 for the annual meeting of the Nuclear Physics Division of the American Physical Society, the University of Colorado announced today. The school said the CU Nuclear Physics Laboratory and Dept. of Physics and Astrophysics Laboratory and Dept. pi Physics and Astrophysics will the hosts for the meetings XOTICB OP KINA1, SETTI.HMEXT · No. P-11066 Estate of VICTORIA A. ANDBK' SUN (Deceased) Notice Is hereby given t h a t I hnvc filed my f i n a l report in the District Court of Weld County Colorado, and that any person desiring to object to th« same shall fli« written objection with the Mid court on. or before November »l be 19«»; or , E . Anderson Executor of «ald Estate Clay n. Apple Attorney , _ ,, The Qreeley Dally Tribune. October 17, 24, II, "Novembw 7, TUB CITY OP nHBELBY, COLORADO OIIDINANCH NO, 3D, lllltll AN OIIDINANCE AMENDING ?HB OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THB CITY OF QIIEELEY, CpLORAp_p, _CONCERNING A PART OK QUARTER THB SOUTHEAST ( M K H ) OF THB SOUTHWEST QUARTER (SWV t ) OF SECTION ONB (1), TOWNSHIP FIVE (6) NORTH, RANGE «_«. WEST OF THE Cth PR1NCI- AND lOTII'STREET. AND BE- TOTOEN 28TH AVENUE AND 30TH A V E N U E . WHHREAS, Ihe P l a n n l n B Co ilsslon of the City of Greelej; tuts recommended a change o i n n l n K f o r t h e property described herein, a n d , W H I O R B A S , public hearing ..is been held and all other pro- v i s i o n s of (he Ordinances of the City of flreelcy have been compiled with. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT M t D A I N E D HY THE CITY C O U N C I L OF G R E E L E Y , COLORADO: Section 1. That the following and jioned R-2, I n t e r m e d i a t e losidential Diftlrict, Is hereby 1 to B-2. Shopping Center District: A part of the. Southeast Q u a r t - er ( S E U ) of t h e Southwest Q u a r t e r (SW'O of Section 1. Township 5 North. Tlangc 68 "Went of the fith Principal Mer. Iclian, City of Crceloy, Weld C o u n t y , Colorado, belli* more, p a r t i c u l a r l y described as follows: Commencltift-at the South Q u a r t e r Corner ( S U C o r ) of said Section 1. and c o n s l d e r i n K the South l i n e of said Southwest Q u a r t e r ( S W 4 ) of Section 1 to hear South 89'ljO'OO" West and w i t h all olhcr h e a r i n K S conlalned h e r e i n relative t h e r e t o : Thoncc South SS'50' 00" West, alone said South H u e of t h o Southwest Q u a r t e r ( K W y » ) of Section 1, US.00 feet to the T r u e rolnt of Be.- KlnnliiE. Thence Soulh 89'SO' 00" West. alotiE said Soulh l i n e of Ihe Southwest Quarter ( S W 4 ) of Rection 1, 672.78 feet; Thence N o r t h OOMVO-l" Wast, 7S8.7fi f e e t ; Thence North fi'.I'M'OO'* East, 981.74 feet: Thenco South o.(T22'nO" TVest, 788.00 feet to t h e True 1'olnt of . f RcKinnltiK. Section 2. Tha By JOHN H. AVERILL [there was some reason to be- Th« Lot Ang«!o» Tirnt* WASHINGTON - With a protest against White House Dr Den A. Brown New CSC Prof Will Discuss Reading Skills "Producing a Mature Header" will be discussed by Dr. Don Arlen Brown, new professor of education at Colorado State College, at the meeting of the Weld County Council of the pAL^MgRpSMNJ^*M o crrT ] n t erna ti ona |_ Reading Associat- HATHD lil'A'w'EisN nth STREET ion on Thursday, Oct. 30 al 7:30 p.m. in the reading Center of McKee Hall. Dr. Brown, former associate professor of education, director of Reading Research Clinic, and director of the Reading Clinic at the Stale. University, of New . Rlght-of-Wtty Una ul Avenue. 125.00 feet t the South Rlght-of-WaT tted said !6th nolnt HWe 'of siliTlSth ~Sfre.t. 640.00 feet: Thence South O O ' l t ' O O " West, 126.00 feet; Thence South S9'6li'00" West, G40.00 feet to the Tru« Point of BcptnninK. Section 5. That the official r o n i n g map Is hereby amended to show these changes. Section «. That this Ordinance shall take effect five days after Its final publication as provided In Section 3-18 of the Greeley Ch pASSED AND ABOPTED SIGNED AND APPROVED, by t h e City Council of Gree ey, '·olonub* t h i s 21Rt day of October llifii 1 THE C1TT OF GREEI.EY. COI.OUADO Hy llorolhy Xabka Mayor ATTEST: B a r t o n Hliss c n u N T Y 0 O F ' W'EI-D i««. C I T Y OF GREELEY ) I Barton Buss. City Clerk of ,.,e C i t y of Greeley, C o u n t y anr- State aforesaid, do hereby r.erll f v t h A t t h e foroffolnff ordinance was I n t r o d u c e d , read in full. Km! passed on first rending at^ ·eRtilar m e e t i n g .. 1 the following land xnned R-2, I n t e r m e d i a t e Residential District, Is hereby changed to R-Z. M u l t l - F a m i l j Residential District: A part of the Southeast Quarter (SE!i) of the S o u t h w e s t Quarter (SWy t ) of Section 1, Township 6 North. Range fiC West of the 6th P r i n c i p a l Mer- lillaii, 'Jlly of Greeley, Weld County, Colorado, being more p a r t i c u l a r l y described as follows: C o m m e n c i n g nl the Smith Quarter Corner (SUCor) of snld Section 1, and considering the South Hue of the paid S o u t h w e s t Q u a r t e r ( S W H ) of Section 1 to hear Roulh Sfl'50'00" West and wllh n i l oilier hearings contained h e r e i n r e l a t i v e thereto: Thence South SH'50'00" West, alonpr said South l i n e of tlie Southwest Q u a r t e r ( S W ' 4 I of Sect i o n 1, Ufi.tlO f e e t ; Thence North OO'22'OO" East, 7SS.OO f e e t : Thence S o u t h S^'B-t'OO" West, IttO.OO f e e t to tho True Point of Beginning. Thence, c o n t i n u i n g south go-54'00" West, Mil.74 f e e t : Thence North no'17'04" West, 22S.OO f e e t ; Thence North SS'M'OO" East. n:l2.4f. feet: The-nce South OO'Ofi'OO" lOast. 225.00 feet to the True Point of Beginning. Section .1. T h a t the following land zoned R - 2 , I n t e r m e d i a t e R e s i d e n t i a l District, is hereby 1 to R - l , One-Family Resi d e n t i a l D i s t r i c t : A Dart nf the Southeast Q u a r t - er SIO',1 of tbe S o u t h w e s t 9uarter ( S W ' i l of Seclion 1. ownshlp S N o r t h . Range 6(1 West of the fith Principal Mer. I d l n n , C i t y of Oreeley. Weld County. Colorado, being more particularly described as follows: Commencing Rt the South Q u a r t e r Corner (S^Cor) of said Section 1, and considering thp South line of said Southwest Q u a r t e r fSW'O of Section 1 to bear South 89*50' 00" West and w l l h all other hearings contained herein relative thereto: Thence South Sfl'SO'OO" "West. along .«nld South line . of the Southwest Quarter f S W " HB.OO f e e t ; OO'22'OO" East. 78S.OO feet to the True P o i n t of Beginning. Thence South S9-5VOO" West, 1RO.OO f e e t : Thence North OO'06'OO" West. 22fi.OO feet: Thence South S S ' M ' O O " West. fi.12.4fi f e e t : Thence Xorth 00* 17'01" West. 300.fiR f e e t ; Thence North Sii*li6'5S" East. B87.71 feet; Thence South 00' 22'00" West, 525..in feet to the True Point of llcfrlnnlng. Section 4. That the o f f l r l a . x n n l n g map is hereby amended to show these changes.' Section .1. That t h i s Ordinance shall t a k e effect f i v e days s f t e r f i n a l p u b l i c a t i o n ns provided Section 3-16 of the Greeley authority in his field. He has suthored many articles and xioks, including "College-Adult Seading, Theory, Research and Practice" to be published this winter by Rand McNally. Dr. Amos. Claybaugh, associate professor of elementary Education al CSC, and president-elect of Ihe Colorado Council of the International Read- ng Association, will discuss )lans for the state convention of he IRA to be held March 6 and 7 on the Greeley campus. Mrs. Mary Liz Carter, a remedial reading teacher in the Greeley schools, is president of the Weld County Chapter of IRA. Tliis is a local affiliate of the International Reading Association, an organization devoted to improvement of.reading for all ages in all parts of the community. Membership in the organization, as well as the scheduled meeting, is open to all persons interested in the improvement of reading. Republican Opposition to Haynsworth Seen Growing "pressure" tatties, Sen. Richard S, Schweiker (R-Pa.) announced Thursday he will op-. aose the'Supreme Court nomination of Judge Clement F. Baynsworth Jr. . · "In niy judgment Judge Haynsworth has been insensitive in Ihe past to potential conflicts of interest and has violated several of the judicial canons of ethics and therefore does hot meet the high standard's the public 'demands for supreme Court justices," Schweiker told a press conference. Although Schweiker has served in the Senate less than a year, his announcement took on special significance for two reasons: -- It"demonstrated .that opposition to' Haynsworth is still growing among Senate Republicans despite President Nixon's defense of the South Carolina judge , at a. press conference last Monday. Of the Senate's 43 Republicans, 13 have expressed opposition to Haynsworth' either openly or privately. At least three or four others are regarded as leaning againsl him. - It further tightened the con- wsition to Haynsworth, the ressure from back home on cott is- certain to increase, jus. it is conceivable " that cott could feel compelled to ad- se the White House that for urposes of political survival e would have to oppose Hayns- orth and survivability is a erm any politician understands -- even if he is President. In announcing his opposition i Haynsworth, Schweiker call- i it one of the most difficult ecisions of his career and one nade under strong White House ressure. "I've had more pressure put n me over the Haynsworth omination than anything I've xperienced in the nine years ve been on the Hill," Schweik- r said. flicling pressures on Schweiker's senior Pennsylvania colleague, Sen. Hugh Scott, the Senate's new minority leader. As Nixon's No. 1 legislative lieutenant in the Senate, Scott ai ^IIC Ulatt . utii vbi uiiiy. VL ii^vr . , . Tin--i IT York, at Buffalo, is a national 15 under immense White House pressure to support Haynsworth. But Scott, who is up for reelection next year, also represents a large Northern industrial state where organized la- ior and civil rights groups are bitterly opposed to the Haynsworth nomination. Scott's · office recently said his Pennsylvania mail was running 1,000-1 against Haynsworth. Scott thus far has refused to say how he will vote when the Haynsworth nomination reaches the Senate 1 floor, expected about mid-November. It is known that he has worked, behind the scenes in efforts (o have.the nomination withdrawn but to no avail. Although Schweiker insisted ie had not conferred with Scott ibout his opposition statement. ot tad City rouudl of tlu City of credey held on thp 7th day of October, 'Itfi!' and t h a t the same was 'inht'tsheii In the Greeley T r i b u n e in tho 10th day of October, ' l f u r t h e r c e r t i f y t h a t «t » »uh- K e o u e n t regular m e e t i n g of said ' l l v Council h f l d on the list .day of October. 19fi9, said ordin- a n c e was a g a i n read, passed, I g i v e n t h e No. 3S, ll»fi!1, a n d was i i l i i l v pnblishe.l as an ordinance. ; I N WITN'KSf! WHTOKKOF 1 ih.ive h e r e u n t o set my h a n d a n d seal nf the city of GreeKv I t h i s 22nd dsy of October. 1969. ( S E A L ) P n r l o n K M R S j Slh St. Use Your n a n k A n i o r i o a r r l Open FrI. tfll S:SO J52-6557 Th- Or*cl»y Pally T r i b u n e of Section 1, Thence N'orth Ch»rtir. PARSED AND ADOPTED SIGXED AND APPROVED. BT THE CITV COI'STII, of Gree ley, Colorado, t h i s 21st dny of October, lll r.l. THE CTTT Or c.nF.F.LKY. COLORADO By D o r o t h y Zabka Miyor ATTEST: R a n on ^uss City Clerk STATE OF COLORADO ~l COI-NTT OF WELD ^ss. CITT OF GPIOET,ET 1 T. Barton Buss. City Clerk ol t h e niv of Creeley. County and S t a t e aforesaid, do herebv e.»rtl- fy t h a t tho foregoing ordinance was Introduced, read In full, and passed on I'lrsf r e a d i n g at s regular m e e t i n g of t h e City Council of the C ' t y fit Greeley h e l d on the 7th day of October, !fi fl . and t h a t the same \v.ts i:hlldied In Ihe Grcelcy Trll'i:ne n Ihe 1 0 t h day of October. 1 f u r t h e r c e r t i f y t h a t at It subs e q u e n t r e g u l a r m e e t i n g of SH Buckingham.. By MRS. R. E. LIVENGOOD BUCKINGHAM-Mr. and Mrs. \eith Ashbaugh attended the uneral of Randy Curtis in Stering Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Howe 'isited at the Genvood Ducker home in Denver Friday. Their grandson is home on leave rom the armed forces. Mr. and Brs. Gayle Hoffman and Jack of Henderson spent Saturday night at the Orie Hill lome. Debbie Castor spent a few days at the Harry Bowman lome helping with chores. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Liven- ;ood, accompanied by Mrs. Sfsie Miller of Greeley, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mitzel at ;he Farm Fare Restaurant in Greeley. Mrs. Keith Ashbaugh accompanied Mrs. Ben Walker to Greeley Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Castor, Larry and Debbie, Mr. and Mrs, Gary Castor and Kurt joinec Mrs. Van Freeman and girls Mrs. Pete Freeman of Briggsdale and Mrs. Lulu Campbel" at a gathering at the home ol Mrs. Velma Castor in Fort Morgan Sunday afternoon. Charles Ashbaugh accompan led Bill McGaughy of Wiggins and Don Horton on a deer hunt ing trip to Steamboat Springs. Mrs. Marian Graham, Mrs Viola Linton and C. A. Linton o GrOey visited at the C. E Howe home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Liven good visited at the Orie Hil home Sunday evening. Mrs. Harry Bowman returnee home Tuesday after being stranded a few days in Golden due to the storm. Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Ratliff of Golden brough her home and stayed for din ner, then returned to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reece and Craig visked at the Harry Bow man home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Green am family of Greeley were Sunday dinner guests at the Alia Green home. C i t v Council held d.iy of October. the 21st said ordin- a n c e w a s a g a i n r e n d , nassed g i v e n Ihe N'o. SJt. IflfiP, snd was Y V I T N K S R l u i r e n n f n sr y l i s u r l nml nf I h l F !2mi d«y of October. 1?SS. ( S E A L ) B a r t o n Buss f l l y Clerk The G r e e l e v Dally T r i b u n e October H, IHS Major Markets Milk Prices On Increase WASHINGTON (AP) - Aver age prices paid by dealers for milk in major markets (hi; monlh averaged $6.87 per nun dredweight, an increase of four cents from September and 18 cents more than a year earlier says the Agriculture Department. Store prices charged consum ers in 25 survey cities in early October averaged about 55.5 cents per half gallon for whole milk, down slightly from Sep- ember but about 1.5 cents more han a year earlier, the department said. Women-driver Ratio WASHINGTON - Kansas has the largest proportion of women drivers in the country, wilh females holding more than 4; jer cent of the licenses. Men lave the greatest majority in he District of Columbia, where only 35 per cent of licensees are women. eve he might have been try- ig to help Scott. With Schweiker openly in op-. feet In diameter, with t floor of bedrock and «;vene«f of rock covering its sides. Durinj its cfcaning, the Indlwis built r four-foot high rock wall wound it adding to its storage capacity. Overflow moved through · series of ditches to crops, and stone steps leading to the reservoir enabled Indians to dip out. water as the level dropped. Tests are underway to analyze organic material in soil, samples to determine how good the water was. GUATEMALA CITY - Guatemala has a US loan for new highways. Water Storage System Found In Mesa Verde MESA VERDE, Colo. (AP) -University of Colorado "student nd faculty archaeologists say icy have unearthed an early cater - gathering and storage ystem at Mummy Lake, which may answer at least part of the uestion of why so many Indi- ns lived in cliff dwellings a lousand years ago. The system appears to have erved several pueblos in the Fairview area of Mesa Verde, eologists said. The digging, directed by Dr. )avid A. Breternitz, a CU an- iropologist, revealed the reser- oir, dated about 950 A.D., and n elaborate system of ditches vhich carried run-off water into ie reservoir. Breternitz said the Indians pent a considerable amount of ime cleaning out the reservoir, nd it appears to have been a ommunity project involving 15 rea pueblos. The reservoir was about 90 HARRY'S ROAST BEEF SANDWICH Only 69 Harry's Roast Beef Sandwiches Are Dee-licious! Thlnly-»liced TOP R O U N D OF BEEF terved with hot natural gravy on a warm ««am« seed b u n . Dill pickl* «llcti, tool This is not fried food , . . It's real old fa«hloned top round of beef roasted to savory perfection! Try this mouth-wa- t e r i n g sandwich . . . only o9t. TAKE-HOME FOODS Dial 352-9833 Be Sure You Call WEST 9th ST. 21st AVE. Harry Cameron's 0 BOY DRIVIN DANCING On the Largest Dance Floor in the Area. 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