Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 27, 1973 · Page 12
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Fri., April 17,1173 GREELEY (Cok».) TRIBUNE It Commissioners My P/ons to discuss revenue sharing funds use ? Continued from page 1 ^County Clerk, and Recorder Ann Spbmer told the commissioners that . she has developed the basics for an economically sound program of data.. processing which would give Weld County the best land information system in the country. She said some of her personnel have already been' t r a i n e d : in computer programming and that one new employe would be'needed. The program would utilize the, services of the Greeley National Bank computer, which the county has been doing for some.lime. ' t A meeting was set for 10 a.m. Tuesday at which time the system will be presented in greater detail. ^.Commissioner Glenn Billings said that Congressman Jim Johnson would be in town Wednesday, and would tour the Mersey flood area. Rep. Johnson has sent a telegram to president,Nixon urging him to approve emergency relief funds for .those persons affected by tjic .recent flooding from Ijiatham -reservoir. ., Chicano leader Jose Calderon presented a proposal for ser-. vjces .and programs for the I Senior ·' Citizens' news By JOYCE SACK Coordinator A potluck dinner for all pool players (whether members of the Senior Pool Club or not) and their spouses will be held at noon on Monday, April 30, in the Recreation Center. Each one attending is asked to bring a covered dish or dessert and table service. Coffee, tea, and biscuits will be furnished. Following the dinner will be open play in the pool room as usual. Handicraft-Needlework will be held as usual on Monday at 1:30 p.m. in room 202 of the Recreation Center. The new project of the day will be small baskets. Those interested should .bring two packages of tri-bea'da 1 ' (two colors if desired), one package of No. 4 pearls, one chenille stem, and ribbon for a bow. Anyone having detergent bottles are asked to bring them also. A quilling bee will-also be held at 1:30 p.m. on Monday in room 202 of the .Recrealion Center. All Ihose who like to qijilt are welcome to participate. ·! ."( Open bowling will be held as usual on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Bowlorado Lanes. Games ai'e 30 cents each with shoes furnished free. Anyone needing a ride should be at the Recreation Center by 1:15 p.m. Trophies for the members only handicap bowling tournament held; the four Wednesdays of/ April will be awarded to; (he winners on Wednesday,fUJay 2, at 1:30 p.m. at the fiowlbrado Lanes. The daily /winners in each singles division of the fourth session are as follows: Men's Class A -- Hugh Morris, 1st, (619), and Russell Anderson, 2nd, (603); Men's Class B -- Les unincorporated areas of Weld County. Included were unincorporated areas of Wat- tcnburg, Kersey, Eaton, and the Greeley Spanish Colony. Included in the proposal were suggestions for trash collection, improved street lighting, paved roads and gutters, fire hydrants, funding for youth programs, funding for rehabilitating substandard housing and the need for emergency housing for migrants. Under a heading of special needs, Calderon called for a water line and sewer facilities for the east side of Kersey. He pointed out thai the FHA had denied a grant for a water line for the area and called for the commissioners to pay for Ihe line oul of revenue sharing funds or olher county funds. Calderon also called for flood control measures at. Wattenburg and recreational facilities al Kersey. He said roads in Ihe Greeley Spanish Colony need to be smoothed out. Under the heading of employment, which Calderon said was a critical concern, Calderon called upon tho commissioners lo set up manpower Iraining programs lo teach Chicanes basic skills such as plumbing and carpentry so that they might use these skills to upgrade the barrios and colonies where they live. Calderon said employmenl of youth in Ihe Spanish Colony loy factory had lessened juvenile problems there. ' Calderon also announced that junk cars had been hauled out of Kersey and Wattenburg and thai plans are underway to clear them oul of Eaton and Ault. He said he made Ihe arrangemenls for this to be done. Heath honor roll Fat McMillen and Dan Webster, seventh graders of Healh Junior High School, were lefl off Ihe Healh honor roll for Ihe lasl quarler. McMillen received slraighl "A" for Ihe quarler. Allocation of Weld County's revenue sharing funds will be discussed at unit meetings ol ;the Greeley League of Women .Voters next week. Unit meelings will be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday al the home of Mrs. Lawrence'Menefee, 1940 19th Ave., and 9:15 a.m. and 1:15 p.m., Wednesday al the First United Presbyterian Church, 1321 9th Ave. Babysitting will be available at both Wednesday sessions. Having polled the county commissioners, Mrs. John Gapter will summarize their ·views on the spending of Weld Counly's federal revenue sharing monies. Mrs. Walter Princic and Mrs. Eugene Koch will clarify Ihe effecl of budget cuts and presidential im- legislative session will be phasize the status of bills which poundment of funds on local presented by Mrs. John concern , ^ sludied ,, the agencies funded through DEC. Harrison, past president of the A wrap-up of Ihe current 'Greeley league. She will em- league. Turner, 1st, (570), and Elra Keena, 2nd, (539); Women's Class A -- Viola Turner, 1st, (558), and Myrtle Benson, 2nd, (557); and Women's Class B -Dorinda Blake, 1st, (522), and Polly Burnham, 2nd, (514). The daily winners in each doubles division of the fourth session are as follows: Men'si Class A -- Russell Anderson] and Carl Wood, tie for 1st, (1,158), Frank Lamb and Hugh Morris, tie for 1st, (1,158), and Carroll Billinglon and Roy Bishop, 2nd (997); Men's Class B --'Loel Rouse and Arl Trim, 1st, (1,046), and Glenn Tiin- mons and Bill Kuhrt, 2nd, (1,045); Women's -- Viola "Turner and Myrtle Benson, 1st; (1,115), and Lou Ella Golgart and Mary Koehler, 2nd, (1,072); Mixed Class A--Hugh Morris and Lou Ella Golgart, 1st, (1,174); and Les Turner and Viola Turner, 2nd, (1,128); and Mixed Class B -- Glenn Timmons and Nelda Baxter, 1st, (1,037); and George Benson and Myrtle Benson, 2nd, (1,022). . The 12th Annual Hobby Fair will be held in the Greeley Community Building on Saturday, May 5, from 1 lo 8 p.m. and Sunday, May 6, from 1 lo 5 p.m. The Senior Citizens' Handicraft-Needlework Class plans to have a display. The general public is encouraged to attend. The following have been selected as Hobby Fair Queen candidates: Florence Moore, Clara Puls, Mary Armagost, Irene Slevens, and- Mayme Ireland. King candidales are Dale Saxlon, Lon Adams, Fred Ford, Allen Moore, and Perle Franlz. Visil the Hobby Fair and casl a vote for the king and queen of your choice. STOP CRABGRASS IN LAWNS AND GARDENS BEFORE IT STARTS PLUS COMPLETE FERTILIZATION MOR6RO WITH CMI6MSS KILLER CONTROLS INSECTS TOO! DACTHAL- Trlclt conducted by U.S.D.A. and Ixtintton Strvlct pirionnil r«t«l that "DACTHAL" kill* 0 grtattr ptrcontafi* of girminallng wttd M*di than otti*r product* ttittd for town and $ard*n. C A C C UnliV* olriir oniflle d AfC bat* product) Hi* build up · dafl|«rovt niidu* hi yovr Mil, Marflra e*n bt uud y*cr tfttr yttr Mfitjv in town or gorritn. ECONOMICAL Mor«f« will wwd, ft«l, «nd wMril Inurtt oo JJOO n. ft. for $6.95' Ompttitlvt pvdvdv wM wt«d ffflt fml ml? 3,000 w.. ft. for J9.98 i twtllxl Mp m|ini **i 711*« IJn* ·» WN* ftt*l« Hit? KmlixH. 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