Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 31, 1962 · Page 8
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 8

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Water, Sewage, Drainage Kept City Fathers Busy By FRANK COLOHAN Greeky's City Council made a number of major decisions during 1962 while seeking solutions to the many problems the city was faced with during the year. Perhaps the most important de- Cache la Poudre and Big Thomp- cision related to the proposed Quirk, Greeley consulting engi- Boyd Lawe project, estimated to neers. and a report on it is ex- cost $3.077,000 which would provide the city another source o iupply by bringing water to Gree ley from the Big Thompson Rive nest of Loveland. Engineering Study After months ol discussion an controversy about the subjec the council in August voted t have a detailed engineering stud made of the project, which wa renamed t h e Greeley-Lovelan project, and also of alternate pro to bring additional watei here from the city's pr e s e n t Cache la Poudrt River. son project sources near F o r t $750.000 or more, according to en- Collins. The study is being made by N e l s o n . Haley Patterson and ing dumped directly into the Enlarging the plant would cost HVhy Pay More? AUTOMATIC Transmission Co, REPAIRS AND EXCHANGES S21 2nd Street EL 2-4358 pected to be given to the council early next year. At the same time, the council authorized plans, and specifications to be prepared for a 15.000,000 gallon terminal water storage reservoir to be built on 15 acres of land on the George Mosier farm in the Sheep Draw arc west of Greeley Bid Opening Jan. M Bids have since been callec for on the reservoir estimated t cost $577.000, and are to be open ed Jan. 24. Since the city's three presen reservoirs have i storage capaci ty of 24.500.000 gallons, the proposed reservoir would boost th capacity to nearly 40.000.000 ga' Ions-equivalent to slightly mor than a two-day's water suppl for peak summertime use. Early in the year the counci spent considerable time debatin what to do about expanding th sewage treatment plant here t take care cf raw sewage now be May 1963 Bring Joy! ///T We hope, the New Year will be filled with many moments of happiness for both our old and new friends. Mrs. Holden Gwen Chapman festfair Laundromat Weitfilr Shopping Center , 2009 9th St. Uff-A-DAY gineers' estimates. Hie council reached no decision on the matter during the year, however. Tr»4e Proposal Refected An unusual problem the council was faced with in 1962 was a proposal of the Karlun Corp. to trade three lots it owns plus $11.500 for two lots the city owns at the corner of 10th St. and 10th. The corporation desired the city lots as a site for a proposed six- story office and retail building Oiling $600.000. Council finally urned the propusal down. In June, the council suddenly ound itself confronted with the rohlem of providing some kind [ storm drainage system for the ecently annexed West Greeley area, after that area was hit by! series of bad floods following :orms. This resulted in city engineers reparing a low-cost drainage Ian for the area, to be financed y means of a special improve- icnt district. Although the coun- il has not yet taken any official ction on the matter, land owners arc being contacted in regard tolEvans and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Compensation Requires Full Work History Tht Colorado Department cf oymcat history, including sell-: inpayment and be «qwc'*l!yj ·Jii-ful to report the exact r*ucn or *eavicg your job 2. Report all your earnings dur Empvment reminded workers g 'be preceding 15 months In who D'an to file for unemployment "Mr. Beldok'* t man of few words!" Evans By MRS. REA FUERSTOCK EVANS-Cpl. and Mrs. R. P. She also showed slides of thi Nazarene High School for In dians in Albuquerque, N.M. Fol lowing the pictures Mrs. Zupke answered many questions. Mrs Randall from Vista, Calif., spent Eugene Gibbs, president of thi the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Randall J ight-of-way easements (or the roposed drainage facilities. In July, the Junior Chamber of ommerce proposed to the coun- il that the city build a municipal wimming pool, fuiancing its con- .ruction by the issuance of rev nue bonds to be repaid out of in- ome from tire pool. The council in November decided to hold an lection Feb. 19 on the question ol ssuing $250,000 in revenue bonds build the proposed swimming acilities. Other problems with which the ouncil struggled during the year included whether to retain the walk lights which were installec n an experimental basis at 8th Ave. and 9th St. early in the ·ear and the barricade crectei )n 8th Ave. while the Greeley luilding and old post office wen being razed. Wilk Light Decision Due The barricade eventually be came a dead issue but the maltej ot the walk lights still must be re solved by the council. A decisio is expected early in 1963. There were many, many othe problems, some large and som small, with which the council w deed in 1962. Some way the council member survived, despite occasional los tempers and disagreements. As sumedly they are looking for ward to the New Year with th hope 1963 will bring fewer an simpler problems. It's The BIGGEST Clothing Event Of The Year! HIBBS ANNUAL SUIT TOP COAT SPORT COAT S A L E Every Suit, Topcoat and Sport Coat In Our Entire Stock Reduced! nibbs We Give Mor-Volu Stompj Open Fridoy Nights 'Til 8:30 814-816 Ninth Street ·owning of Greeley. Randall is th the Marine Corps. Mrs. Herman Zupke showed ctures of a mission in 0V Mex- sponsorefl by the Church of Nazarcne to members of the SCS of the Methodisi church lursday night at the church. and Mrs. Zupke have spent veral vacations at this mis- on located south of Yuma, Ariz. WSCS. assisted by Mrs. Roy Whisman and Mrs. Walter Durst served refreshments. A silver offering was taken which will be sent to some project of the church. The regular monthly business meeting of the WSCS will be at the home of Mrs. R. J. Horn Thursday afternoon, Jan. 3. at 2:00 p.m. For MttiiKllvt jittt vltil E««t Htt Gifts. 107 1M St.-AJv. benefits to be certain o lurusb the locaJ employment iffice with complete informaUon regarding their work history * avoid possible difficulty with the an. E. A. Engemoen, local office explained that some claimants inadvertently lail to jive all the facts required by tha Colorado Employment Security \1 and thereby subject th«n- selves unnecessarily to legal pen alties and delay. L'nJei the law, any person--in- dud'ut the employer as well as the worker--who makes a faise statement or fails to give require* information in reference to a claim can be lined from JJ5 tj Sl.uoo. be imprisoned up to six montns, or both. In addition, mis information may cause the claim ant io lose all benefits normal!; paid (luring the period in which the claim is being processed. Eiigemoen emphasized that al though ihe percentage of dehlwr ate fiaud is extremely small ii Col iradi. the department conduct a vigorous year-round campaigi to investigate all factual report of llleta! claims activity and tc jpprchtnd and prosecute thnse persons who willfully and know ! ngl falsify information in ordc io :alUct benefits to «hk'h (!w; are r.oi rightfully entitled. As a general guide to all apuli cants filing a claim, the depart men! uffcrs the following suggcs tions: 1. Give complete and accural mfonnsiion regarding your em rder to have this information ac- urat» and handy, keep a carefui ecord ol dates and plare* you ave worked and the amount you arna during the 15-month period. and wages earned for that week. offered to you by the emoioy- mem uffice. ·t« 8 GREELEY TRIBUNE MML, Dw. 31, 1N2 Nation's Road Deaths Set 11 Month Record CHICAGO (AP)-The natka'1 traffic deaths during 1962 continue at a record breaking pace. The Nationa' Safety Council reported Sat. that traffic accidenti 3. Da ing each week of unra- during the first 11 months of this oynmit for which you claim ben- year took 37. MO livei, the highest :i's, report any work performed evei for January-November. ing join claim 6. If you have any questions or neul help to complete your claim or ti \ reason ask the local ·m- loyt.'ient office claims takei or nt "viewer for assistance. Bogota -- Columbia will uire prior import license for hipments lood. of synthetic human The worst previous 11-month p* 4. Be ready, willing and able to rrad was in 1941, when 35,829 per- ork when suitable employrr.tnt sons died. The council records showed No- straight vember was the 13th 5. Read and review carefully the month in which there was an in- atenwnts you make before sign- crease over the number killtd in the corresponding month the year before. If the trend continues. 19(2 will be recorded as the deadliest «ver on the highways--exceeding 1941, when 39.969 persons died. The council said Chicago, for the llth consecutive month, remained (he safest city with population of 1 million or mort. USi THE TRIBUNE WANT ADJ FOR OPTICAL REPAIR IEC HAEFELI HAEFELI, Optometrists EOWIN J. HAEFELI, O.D. JOE P. 1HULER, 0.0. JOSEPH L. HAEFELI, O.D. 90 1Mb AVI. Phin 152-2010 A * · 4f\ "** Again in 1961 EXTRA DIVIDEND DIVIDEND The directors of this association have the six month period ending DK-. 31 f-.r the rate of per a n n u m 1%H: A rciiiiliir e x t r a -.I'.vi.l.-i.c! annum. FOR THIS DIVIDEND PERIOD ONLY DIVIDENDS AT THE RATES OF total ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO SHAREHOLDERS THIS EXTRA D I Y I O K N f ) IS A I ' f ' l . i c , \ [ - ; ! , K O X I . V For; Ti EN'DING DECEMBER 31. Wl. NO C H A N C E !S Xo\V n R E G U L A R A N N U A L RATE Ol-' -1..V, FOR NE.X T l i l V i m This is our t h i r d c.vlra d i v i d e n d pakl in t h e |;t~.t f o u r years. Such p a y m e n t s are m.-tdc f r o m u-t famines a f t e r p r o v i d i n g minimi rcsfrvt". for safety of y o u r Tuiiil ili-.li million di ii\ eh n:!~ iu I'll Ojll'll V'll' ;it'('»!!l!!. « illl II-, Mi'.:,'!. (/ / / / · ^.// luiS imul fo Save lien-. / ··: v ":\ .Jim* WAV. IO19 KIQHJH

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