Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 28, 1972 · Page 18
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 18

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, April 28, 1972
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Butz Orders Forest Service To Hike Sales WASHINGTON (AP)' - Secretary of Agriculture Earl I,. Bulz said Thursday he has ordered the U.S. Forest Service to increase limber sales to help head off rising lumber prices for the nation's housing in duslry. Bulz, in a statement, said timber sales have been lagging "largely because of the environmental constraints stemming from legislative actions, public concerns and · ecological requirements." However, Butz said each sales still- must be consistent with conservation and use prac- . tices, including environmental qualify guidelines. National forest trees currently provide 25 to 30 per cent of the nation's lumber needs. The goal for Forest Service timber sales this fiscal year ending June 30 is 12,3 billion board feet. But only about 90 per cent of that, approximate!; 11.2 billion, will be sold even with the stepup ordered by Bulz, according to an agency spokesman. The official said timber sale will be given higher priority among Forest Service functions. Even so, he said, tola sales this year are not expectec to reach the goal. The targe for next year tentatively has been set at 12.3 billion board feet. Environmental interest am protests over such practices as clear-cutting, in which all trees in an area are removed at once, have had much to do with reduced sales, the official said. In 1969-70, a peak year, some 13.4 billion board feet of public . timber was sold. Last year, 1970-71, about 12 billion were, sold, the cutback largely as a result of environmental protests, the spokesman said. Last season the national forest sales totaled about $230 million, down sharply from a year earlier because of lower prices. The estimate for 1970-72 is between $300 million and $350 million, the spokesman said. Fri., April 28, 1972 GKEELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 19 1 * Mews From New Raymer By MRS. DON HORTON NEW HAYMEU- -- The Annual Parent-Son FFA Banquet was held at Prairie High School 'riday evening. Guest speakers or the occasion were -Glenda Schmeekle; Slate F1!A presi- lent and Monte Samber; State ? FA president. Star Greenhand award went to Zane Schmeekle, Star Chapter Farmer award to ?ocky Horton, De Kolb award o Alvin Steftens. D e 1 w'y h Northup was H'esenled with a trophy given y Jackson-Fehringer Ins. of Sterling for the outstanding record book and notebook. These are just a few of the a w a r d s given. Honorary Chapter Farmers Degrees were presented to Ron Hiles; superintendent o f Prairie School, Jerry Montague, a Sterling veterinarian and Floyc C a s h m a n , Wyoming FFA photographer. Briggsdale . . . By MRS. G. W. CASS BRIGGSDALE - Cancer Sewing Group met Tuesday a the Lions Building. One hundred ninety one articles were made for cancer patients. Ladies sew ing were Katie Mitzel, Ann Hill M i l l i e Freemyer, Pauline Krieger, Minnie Speaker, Stella Baumgartner, Esther Witt Ruby O'Toole, Mary Will, Mae Clark, Dorothy Bolin, Edna Mrs. Elmer Miller attended an in-service workshop "The Selection and Remediation of ^earning Disabilities" in Stering, Saturday. Rev.. and Mrs. Jay Liltlefield and children of Sheridan Wyo., vere Monday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Liltle- ield. Mr. and Mrs. Don Horton and amily were Sunday dinner guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Dave lorton of Nunn. The dinner was n honor of Mrs. Don Horton's irthday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank lorton and family were also uesls. An all denomination church 'ally was held at Sloneham Thursday evening. Ministers '.torn the "Assembly of God," ' C h r i s t Methodist," a n d Catholic church's were there. A )anel of high school students representing these and other churches in the surrounding areas, answered questions. They also read verses out of the Bible and two speeches were given "What Jesus Means In Our Lives Today" and "Whai the Bible Means To Me." Mr. and Mrs. Bill Breazealc and Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ashbaugh and Mr. and Mrs George Swanson were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs Walter Bussey. 4-H Rural Life Sunday wil be held Sunday, JVIay 7, at 11 a.m. at the 4-H Building. Cues speaker will be Charles Rayan Carr By MRS. W. D. CHADWICK CARR -- Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Ivie and $pn-Justin, of Greeley were overnight guests of hij parents, : Mr. and Mrs. Arnolc Ivie Friday. Ivie . has been employed at Kodak following his return from the service in January, his last year being spent in Vietnam Mr. and Mrs. .Willis Chadwick called on Mrs. Marcus Grelher Sunday. afternoon at her home In . Fort Collins. She told of Vickslrom and Thelma Cass. o f Pueblo. Everyone i following the sewing Katie Mil- welcome, zel. was hostess for refresh- Roy Johnson of Wilson, Wyo. menfs at the Briggsdale Cafe, is visiting New Raymer friends Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cass " attended the funeral of Mrs. (atherina Ullmann at Hunter's larden Chapel in Loveland Friday. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Clark visited at the Elmer Staplcton iome in Greeley Friday evening. Mitton Baumgartner and Joyce attended a horse sale in 'ort Collins Saturday. Forty-eight students, teachers and board members attended h e . Junior-Senior Banquet Saturday evening in the school cafeteria. The Junior mothers prepared the dinner. A program Followed. Knight Nicholson was :oas'tmaster, a n d Marlene Krieger, loaslmistress. Frank Baxter gave the invocation Marlene Krieger gave t h e welcome, and Hiram Hill the response. Greeley Rick gave Seheidman ol the address being an honored banquet recently, guest at a which was given during the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the F i r s t United Presbyterian Church In Fort Collins. Her husband, the late Dr. Marcus Grether, was minister there before his retirement. He was serving the Carr Church at the time of his death three years ago. Terry McAllister, Ron Barker and Randy Souther, all members of the Highland High School Rodeo Association, have been busy the past three weekends participating in rodeos sponsored by the Association in high schools around the state. Two weeks ago they were at Monte Vista and last weekend, they rode at Canyon City. All three boys are bareback riders. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard While had as their guests Sunday afternoon Mrs. Linda Chambers of Littleton, and her mother and sister, Mrs. A. F. Taylor and Diane of Ault. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bear anc daughter, Terri Ann, of Denver were in the Carr area Saturday afternoon visiting friends. Mrs Bear is the former Barbara Crispe and lived here with her parents, the E. 0. Crispes, before the family moved to Fort Collins in the early 60s. The Bears called at the Lloyd Thomas and Junior Following the dinner ant program, the prom was hek in the school auditorium. The theme, Spring Daisies, was carried out in the decorations or both the banquet and prom. New residents of the town are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mays formerly of Greeley. Mays' is a son of Mrs. Delbcrt Parsons. Mrs. G. W. Cass attended thi 'ast Matrons spring luncheon held at the Methodist Church n Eaton at 12:30 p.m. Salur day-. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hemp liill were Sunday, dinner gucsl of Mr. and Mi's. R. C. Hemphil of Fort Morgan. Beth Ann Franks and Sona Stipe took part in the Countj Spelling Contest held in Greeie' recently. They were the onl 'ifth grade students entered. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mee and Cheryl of Greeley weri Sunday guests at the G.W. Cas iome. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cas were hosts to their pinochl club Friday evening. Thei guesls were Messrs, and Mmes B r u c e Freemyer, Adolp Heinle, Jerry Cass, Pete Freeman, Orie Hill, Andy West, and G. W. Cass. High honors went to Mrs. West and Freeman, and lows to Mrs. Freeman and G. W. Cass. Mrs. Hill won pinochle p r i z e . Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. le was a former resident o s'ew Raymer. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Everhar isitcd Mr. and Mrs. Melvii Sverhart and baby, Monday. Mrs. Dorothy" Kugler am Irs. Francis Whifed visile 'Irs. Roy Shepperd Monda 1 ivcning. Mrs. Gary Lambert and Cha if Haxtun and Mrs. Ervin Van raefschepe attended a styl show sponsored by -the Horn conomics Club at UNC. Djan Vangraefschepe was one of th models. Mrs. . Nina Liltlefield' ^ompanied Mr. and Mrs. Bo Jttlefield and family lo a Bo Scout circus in Slerling, the were dinner guests of Mr. an Mrs. Marlon Bazata and family The FFA junior and senic members and their advisor, Ja McCracken,, went on an agr culture field trip to Nort' eastern Junior College in ?te : and also a grain elevato Tuesday. John Meriens and Rock Horton attended the Grov FFA banquet Saturday evening Harold Gilfrey returned home' Monday after being a patient! in Presbyterian Hospital in Denver. Wet Twist BIRCHWOOD, Wis. (AP) A bank burglary with a wet twist was discovered at the Citizens Slate Bank. Law enforcement officers said (he intruders dismantled the burglar alarm, cut telephone lines, entered the vault and cut a 6-by-12-inch hole in the top of a small safe. Then they carried water in buckets from the bank's basement and dumped it in the opening. Bundled dollar bills floated to the top and were skimmed off, authorities said. The burglary was discovered when the bank opened Wednesday. Officials declined to say how much money was stolen. Mrs. Fern Johnson returned home Sunday from a week's trip to Nebraska City and homes, and also visited briefly with the. Willis Chadwicks. Six hundred 75-foot utility Diehl Lin co]n, Neb. The purpose of the (rip was to help her father, F. R. Cunningham, celebrate his 95th birthday, which was poles are being unloaded from A P ril ls - On Sunday, April 16, Union Pacific freight cars on the siding at Carr. The Bureau of Reclamation will use the poles in constructing a power line from Wyoming lo Ault. Steel poles will be used on south from Ault. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thomas, accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Jay Anderburg and granddaughter, visited (he Berl and Wilbur Thomas homes the first of the week. The Harry Thomas' live at Aberdeen, S.D., but spend the winters at Mesa, Ariz. Mrs. Anderburg lives at Miller, S.D. They are enroufe borne. Mrs. Hazel Slater joined Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gallatin and Sharron, of Cheyenne Sunday, and drove to Laramie. They picked up Bill Gallalin, a student at the University ol Wyoming and all had dinner at the Diamond Horse Shoe. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Balmer helped their granddaughter Lori, celebrate her birthday Sunday. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barnes, were Mr. and Airs. Chester Stone of Nehawka, Neb., Merle Peard of Phillips, Miss Emma Schuster of Grand Island, and Mrs. Esther Stokes and son Clifford, of Nebraska City, Neb., joined Mrs. Johnson and Mr. Cunningham at his apartment and enjoyed angel food cake, baked by Mrs. Stone, and ice cream. toast Beef inap Beans ipanish Cream Brown's Cave, jroup of 40 eachers from On Tuesday, "tokes, Mrs. the 18th, Johnson, Mrs, and Cunningham went to John While there a children ant Grand Island, :ouring the Cave, sang Happy Jirthday to him, and later ir he afternoon another group o: school children came to his apartment and entertained him. Friday Mrs. Johnson went to Lincoln and visited · cousin, Mrs. Guy Davis, unli Sunday when she returnee iome. Cunningham has visitec his daughter here many times and is well known by many people hero. Mrs. Hilda Willis and Miss Martha Lundin o Westminster alaycd at Ihe hosts for the dinner, at their Johnson home during her ah home in Cheyenne. sence. SATURDAY D I N N E R Sicilian Stuffed Peppers Potatoes Tomato Salad Beverage SICILIAN STUFFED PEPPERS You can use your electric lender to crumb the bread. 4 small green peppers '/i cup olive oil 'A cup sliced pimienlo-stuffec jrccn olives 3 t a b l e s p o o n s raisins chopped 1 tablespoon drained capers chopped '/i cup minced parsley 2 cloves garlic, crushed 1 can (2 ounces) anchovy fill efs, drained and chopped 14 teaspoon pepper 6 slices stale while bread finely crumbed Cut peppers in half length wise; remove seeds and mem brane. Cover peppers with boil ing wafer and simmer 10 min utcs; drain. Place peppers In a shallow baking pan. Mix togcth er all the remaining ingredients except bread; add bread an loss well. Spoon mixture Inl pepper halves; bake, covered in a preheated 350-dcgree ove for 30 minutes. Serve at room temperature. Makes 8 servings ECOLOGY SPECIAL YOU GET "THE WHOLE THING" A New 72 Volkswagen PLUS A 10 Speed. European Racing Type Bicycle ($125.00 retail value) THIS Low Pollution No Pollution FOR ONLY DOWN Only state and local fax extra W.A.C. per mo.* Annual per cent rale 9.37 total roto S25I?,5?, Time payment $2610.59, Interest K7S.58 « months, $2049 00 P.O.E." buys "THE WHOLE THING For a limited time only/ we are offering one of Europe's finest 10-speed Racing Type Bikes (125.00 value) with the pur-i chase of every new Volkswagen- Get two examples of Europe's finest craftsmanship now -- A quality 10 speed Racing Bike and the car with the highest national resale value. *Prlce subject to transportation, handling/ stajo and local taxes. *East coast Jan. 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