Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 27, 1957 · Page 9
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Ihureday. June 27. 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Pige 5 Ft. Ltwton... FOHT LUPTOX - Mr. and Jlr». Pete Nelson returned Mor.day eight from a trifi intn ileiico. Ther went by *ay of Tucson, Aril., where they met Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brarifield of Belmont. CM., and they proetfded together on the l.-ip in the Kelson car. They spent two days and nights in Canatian. Mexico, which is about 600 miles from the II, S. border. They en eointered very hot weather. Mr. Br.dfield will he remembered by many Fort Lupton people as the former Thelfna Volmer, who lived here several years ago. They report an enjoyable trip with the exception of the weather. Mr. and Mrs. Athol Blake of Sal: Uke City, ftah, left Monday morning after a weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs. William Wai lace. The Blakes were enroute to Caribou. Maine, to see their dauqh- ler and family. Captain and Mrs. Krnneth Parker. Mrs. Mary BliuM ha., had as hnuseguests her tbushtcr and family and son and family. Her son- in-law and daushter. Mr. and Mr« Carl Schroeder and sons, Mark and Kurt, of I/is Angeles, Calif., where here three weeks and her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. ana Mrs. Wendell Bli-ht and dauchter Wend Kay of Seattle were here a week. They all left Monday. On Sunday they held a family reunion at which iime they were joined !iy Mrs. Blight's other diuchfr and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Buck of Fowler. The Buck's own and operate the newspaper at Fowler. She is Ihe former Miss Ruth Blight and Mrs. Schroeder is the former Miss Catherine Blight. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Whiteside and sons, Colin and Frank, of Richland, Wash., arrived here Sunday night, called by the death of Mrs. Whiteside's brother, Frank Darling of Brighton. Darling was recover,- ing from an illness in a Denver hospital and was. thought In have recovered sufficiently to be brought home in a few dayi when he suffered a heart attack and passed away. The Darlings formerly operated the former Horton Semce. station, south of Fort Lupton. The Southern Weld County Federation of.Republican Women met at the home of Dorothy Schick at Keenesburc Monday. A covered disli luncheon was served at noon and an interesting program followed. Mrs. Eliiibfth Ubhart. Mrs. Charles Nipko and Mrs. Millard Ewing reviewed articles on timely subjects, including Communism, after which there was discussion. Club will recess for the month of July. Bountiful Chapter No. 72. Order of Eastern Star held the final session before they recess for the months of July and August, Friday evening at the Masonic hall in the 100 F building. Presiding over the meeting wis worthy matron and patron, Uargart: aad '.'.'slier Kelly. Cammie Carlson was the honored past matron of the evening. She took part In the ceremony of bearing the Holy Bible ar' placing it on the altar, escort- d by the star points who placed their emblems oa pit pedestals. The worthy matron, Margaret Kelly, hti been honored by being asked to be an emblem bearer during the Cathedral session of Grand Chapter in Denver in September. She has also been Invited to take part in a pageant (o be presented during grand chapter, as one of the Golden Gleaner matrons. The pageant will be directed by Mary Alice Undhlad of Windsor, instructor for district No. seven. Announcement was made of the date of the next Golden Gleaner dinner meeting to be held in Estes Park Sept. 8. Orient Chapter. I/)ve- land, will be the hostess chapter Important business attended to during the evening was the annual election of officers with the following results: Thelma Nickerson, worthy matron: John Kunsmin, ·orlhy patron; Ruby Hanks, associate matron; Glenn Davenport, associate patron; Ann Anderson, secretary: Ann Hanson, treasurer: Wilma Keene, conductress; and Bette Royal, associate conductress Installation will be held at the next meeting, Sept. 8. Announcement was made follow ing the business session that the bi-thday anniversaries of Margaret and Walter Kelly would occur during the summer recess. Thelma Nickerson presented them w-ith a gift from this yeat's officers. The gift, four pieces of pottery m colors of green, decorated with yellow roses, colors and flowers chosen by Mrs. Kelly for her year It -insists of flower bowl and candieholders and a bon-bon dish Wilma Keene and Bette Royal directed the entertainment during a social hour following chapter Later all retired to the dining room where refreshments were served from decorated tables, cen tered with arrangements of garden flowers and "indies.. Refresh ment committee included Lillian Morgan. Laura Johnston. Hazel Pease, Dick Morgan and William Mason, all of Plattcville. Mr. and Mrs. Greg ,Ceretto of Richmond. Calif., formerly of Fort l/upton. will leave Wednesday after a few days visit here with his brother and "family, the Robert "erettos, his sister and brother- n-law. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morganti and Mrs. Ceretto's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George Feiertag Mrs. Ceretto is the former Miss Regenia Feiertag. They came to Camp Carson to see their,son. Raymond who has just been transfer red there. Mrs. Maebelle Heath of Emmett, Idaho, has been the guest of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Feiertag. The Feier- lags took her to Colorado Springs Sunday where all visited their sL ter, Mrs. G. M. Young. Mrs. Heath remained and planned to to to Salida by bus to visit another tit- ler, ftn. M. N. Williams. After ier visit then* she will return here 'or a longer stay before leaving or her home. · ; Mrs. Charles Holmes returned I lome Monday from Presbyterian hospital where she underwent and I recuperated from suriery. She li getting alone splendidly. Funeral services will be held in Riley, Kan., on Wednesday of this week for Mrs. Ollie Holmes, a form er Fort Lupton resident. Mrs. Holmes passed away Sunday after a Jong period o| failing health. Her husband, Homer Holmes, passed away leveral yean ago in RUey. She is survived by two sons and a daughter, Harold Holmes, a mortician at Rlley, Mrs. Clarence Cleimer of Riley. with whom Mrs. Holmes has made her home in recent years, and Dr. Gaylord Holmes of San Mateo, Calif. Mrs. Thelma Nickerson will go to Loveland Sunday to attend a covered dish lunchmn and meeting of the incoming matrons of OES of the Golden Gleaner district. Mrs. Del Loyd who has neen quite ill in St. Joseph's hospital is reported to be impionng. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and -Mrs. Lee J. Vetter were their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Coilon Vetter and son, Steven, of Denver and Mrs. Gordon Vetler's mother, Mrs. Viola Myers. Mrs. Myers of the faculty of the city schools of Portland. Ore , is fpenJ STOLI/S Fruits · Vegetables - Groceries North llth Avenue Black Diamond and Charleston Cray Watermelons Ib. 5c l /i or l /4 at no extra charge. Tomatoes. No. 1. vine ripe . Ib. 29c Cantaloupes Ib. 15c .Strawberries . . . Pt. box 25c Plums, Santa Rosa . . . Ib. 27c Bins Cherries. Ige. . . . Ib. 49c Gooseberries . . . . 3 Ibs. 2 9 c Gooseberries Gal. 69c Stemmed--ready (o eat or cook Transparent Apples . . Ib. 19c Peaches Ib. 23c Bananas Ib. 17 c Lettuce, home grown . . Ib. 12c Seedless Grapes . . . . Ib. 29c Oranges, Sunkist . .' . . Ib. 15c New Potatoes, red . 10 Ibs. 39c Red Potatoes, cold storage . . . . 50 Ibs. 1.59 Peppers-Mangoes . . . Ib. 29c Cucumbers Ib. 15c Flour, Champion . . 100 Ibs. 6.98 Beans, Pinto . . . 100 Ibs. 9.85 Chili Peppers, Hot . . . Ib. 49c Celery Ib. 17c Radishes and Onions . 3 bchs. lOc A Complete Line of Fresh Fruits, Vegetables and Groceries OPEN SUNDAYS 9:00 to 6:30 Week Days 8:30 to 7:00 U.| lomttimt) in Colorado on vi- cition. Mri. Carl Lrdfrrr vent to Lonj- iront ilondiy »brrr »h« «n a luncheon guest o( MCI. Eufeiie Pfile at Howard'i. The pirtjr uai Made up of (ormer Warreniburt, Muiouri people, Jllu KaUiehne Hendriz of Turion. Aril., who 11 Inching durmf the lumroer at the I'mvenity of Colorado, her aunt, lln. E. I. Hendrii, and Mill Eliiabeth Shannon, now of Bouldrr Aho included in the party »»» Dr. Norma LrVtqur of Bouldrr. Late Starter REEDSVII.LE. \Vii. Wasnrr Inolt extra precaution! to prevent irrational hunters from mistaking hii brown ridinc hortr for a deer. But he wasn't quite c*rt*ful enough. Watner krpt the 127S hnr«e in the barn during Wisconsin's nine-day deer season. Three minutes after Ihe »ea«m closed, he let the horse intn a ' p a s ture fnr exercise A few minulcs Is'.rr, he htird a shot. He found the horse dead, shot throuth the chest with » ihot;un sluf. Machinists Wind Up Convention in Denver DENVER if - Delesatei from throushout the I'nited States and Canada wound up a three-day ituo of future joals Wednesday if the International Asm. of Ma- cbir.ul. The 1W union nirmWrs decided o delay until January any de- ision on w h a t new wace demands o make in the air.-ri't and guid- "1 missile industries But they re- iffirmeu a' desire for company- widt union shop ajnementi and|i lueral revision ft the entire other foals. | w t f e ltruetur . ,, wel j ,, extfn . Special contact provisions will luusM (01 (killed trades and salaried technical employes, in- a percentaie ware in I of Thunday scheduled atomic teit explosion. This was to bare b**at'. lion of apprentice training through [tht ilith in the current airiM. contract provisions. trene (or the induitry, ipokci. Atomic Test Delayed man said. Hoy M. Brown of Loi Angelei, ATOMIC TEST SITE, Nev. .. nice preiidtn'. (if Ihi machinUU.jTechnical difficultiei caused the | laid Ihe group also will preu for i postponement for at leatt :i houn Indies' V NYLON HEELS l-ist the Life o f I h e Shoe! IZ SALZMAN'S ^ 911 8th Ave. We Give £·//· Ore'n Stampi Sugar Beet Web Worm By Aerial or Ground Spraying Spray Now --Phone 336 CERAMIC TILE Sales ind Scrvlei Cuslnm*Made Draperies and Window Shades FREE ESTIMATES Large Selection of Material! Complete Drapery and Window Shade Service RUCKERS 102S Eizhth Are., Ph. 100 · Attention! Voters of Greeley! SHALL OUR CITY LEVY A MUNICIPAL CIGARETTE TAX? We Say NO! Read Every Word of the Following and WE BELIEVE- You MUST agree after reading these TRUE FACTS, common s e n s e will prevail when you cast your vote on THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1957 and you will vote NO on this issue. The sponsors of the Recreational Plan have submitted a schedule of potential revenue ($40,000 annually) from a municipal cigarette tax (2 cents per pack) on all cigarettes sold within Greeley's city limits on and after Sept. 1, 1957. NOW HEAR THIS! The iponsori of Ihe Recreational Plan -- A plan thai involves Ihe oulrighl purchase of 214 acrei and Ihe creation of an 18 hole golf course and other minor recreational facilities had la submit some plan to pay for all of this for it involves approximately $1,000,000. ARE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE? Watch for Future Releases on This Subject In The Greeley Daily Tribune WE'LL BE BACK We reproduce for your study and consideration the plan as submitted at the City Hell -Note: This plan os reproduced is on file at. Ihe City Clerk's Office, preliminary report of recreational facilities (page 271 . *···!*······»··»···· This is purely an estimate of the revenue In be derived from a cigarette tax -- It is not based on any background of experience on such taxation. Y e a r ms 1359 Peculation 2S.700 J7.MK5 ?8.000 rs.«oo ra.soo E«amine the figures as sh-»n on Table No. 1. The First Year, 1953 Estimated p^pu'ntion ....................................... 26.700 Estimated cigarette tax ................. _ ............. 342,720 Formula : Revenue (Col. 31 S-'2.720 i-, rhtoired by toting =0:; of the populating 26,700 'Crl 2l which gives us a figure of 21,360 x .02 -- 342,720. IN OTHER WORDS 13M 19!7 19M mi 1970 1971 1V2 1973 197 197S 1976 1977 J9.600 30.000 50,400 JO.SOO JUDO 31. COO 32.000 32.800 31.2IXJ 31.600 H.CCO 3I.»00 1J.KOO T A B L E NO. 1 Cljirette Til Revenue ( B a s e d en «e per P»cV| M2.720.PO UW.OO M 400.00 · 45.MO.OO «.OEO.OO ·e.rro.oo '7.380.00 41.000.00 41.640.00 49,280.00 4J.S20.CO 50.550.00 ·1.MO.OO S1JMO.OO S2.480.M iJ.120.00 Sl.7tO.00 SMOO.OO S5.040.cn Revenue. t 42,720.00 f6.SSO.00 131,650.00 ' 177,120.00 T23.200.00 269.920.00 317.2CO.C3 36S.ISO.OO 413.920.00 463.200.00 i 13,120.00 J63.680.00 614480.09 6«!.720.00 719.200.00 772.32QM 826.0JO.CO 5S0.4SO.OO S3S.JOO.OO 991.200.00 It li a«iu«-ed. fer fe purpeiei tf thla Reeert. t^at total funia a v a i l a b l e ever the :0-vear period *lll be 13)1.000.00. The sponsors of the plan are telling you that 80% of every man, woman and child In Greeley smoke cigarettes and will continue to do so over a period of the next 20 years. Manufacturers' Invoices for cigarettes shipped into this state reflect that about 35S of the living population smoke cigarettes. Are Greeley citizens THE CHAMPION CIGARETTE SMOKERS OF COLORADO by virtue of the fact that SO'o of them smoke cigarettes? THAT'S WHAT THE SPONSORS TELL YOU ON TABLE NO. 1. Do you know that no provision is made for operation and maintenance costs' CERTAINLY you will have to pay for use of thess Recrcotiflnal Facilities. Suppose paid admissions do not offset these costs. WHERE DO WE CO FROM HERE? It's a certainty the "Cigarette Tax Goose" will not lay a large enuf "Golden Egg". Aliselatlen A j a i n t t A MuHdpil Cigarette Ta C«ee!ey, Celendt

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