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hm�m in.t�ic;> s^wtr POPLA SIIOI'�'� IS SUESCP.IPTirci r- IE PER CEAP POST OFFICE BOX Ef8 PHONF 7fd-3< )C/f,r POSTAGE 7.5 PAID POPLAR, TONTA?'/, PER�,11 MO.'I June 23, 1977 GOVERNMENT GOULASH The next fiscal yea tot the City of Poplar begins on July [, 19// and en^s on June JO, IV/8. During the next six �weeks, the budget wilt be Formulated nto a final budget that must be submitted to the Department ot Community Affairs beto-e September I J. Before July 25, the City Council reviews the budget estimates, aid ma'<es revisions, redjctions, additions, 01 changes. Cn August 3, the City Couicil meets to fix the final budget and to make appropriations. At this meeting, any taxpayer ma/ voice their opinions tc o-aga'nst the p-eliminary budget. On August 8, the City Council meets to approve and adopt the final budget, and the tax levy is set tor each tund. You a� urged to make your opinions known on the pielim-inaiy bjdget which will be on file foi inspection at City Hall d J ring the las* week in July. This is the time toi any taxpayer to question or to app'O/e how their taxes will be spent during the upcoming fiscal year .... The Gateway Ho*el will be auctioned otf to the highest btddti on July 7. Cn that date, all sealed bids received by the County will be opened and individuals that are present will be able to bid on this property................... . .The City Is continuing to look into the Section 8 Program of the Department of Housing and Urban Development . This program gives people who ar"1 unable to affotd decent hossing the financial assistance to obtain existing housing, substantially rehabilitated housing, and newly constructed housing units. .. .Caroline Thompson who has been the City Clerk for numerous years is retiring on June 30. Even though I hove been the City Manager for only six weeks, it has been a pleasure to work with such a dedicated city employee . During these difficult weeks for me, Caroline has answered all my questions and she has helped me to adjust to this city. I would like to thank he personally, ana* I am sure that the residents of Poplar would express the same feelings. We will miss you Caroline! I RODEO RESULTS HOMESTEAD TAX The following aie the results from the Poplai Rodeo held last week-end: BAREBACK RIDING: I. Chutck Simonson, Sidney, 63�S223.I0 i. Chailes Lee, Billings, bi�SI6/.32. 3. Clint Buiman, Bloomfield, 64�111 .5S 4. Paul Palczewski, Ludlo*, SD, 63--SSS.//. SADDLE BRONC RIDING I . Jim Crotf, Belt, /2-S223.I0 2. & 3. John Goettle, Helena & Clint Buiman, Bloom-tield, 69�SI3'.43eoch. 4.(spMt) Jamie Byrne, Mill Iron and Leonard Nelson, Wolf Point, 64--S2/.88 each. BULL RIDING 1. Joe Nemitz, Glendive � 69�S29/.06. 2. Jim Crott, Belt, 66-S220. 6/. 3 4. Jay Lee, Billings & Jim Janett, Miles City, 6S� 114. 5/ each. 5. Fronk Evertz, Joliet,64� 16/.90. 6. 'split) Jim Donnelly, Salinas, CA & Bat Ready, Thermopolis, WY., 61�16.9/ each. CALF ROPING I. Daryl Crowley, Poplar, 20.20�SI4S.SO. Ground split . STEER WRESTLING 1, Stuart Slagsvold, Glasgow, 3.06--S223.I0 2, Joe Nemitz, Glendi.e, 6.22�SI6/.32 3, John Nagle, Sidney, /./6--SIII .55 4 , Mike Barthelmess, Miles City, 10.30�S55.// TEAM ROPING 1. Stuart Day & Jerry Feez-� II, Wolf Point, 10.83� SMS.SO each. 2. Dave & Clark Madison, Wolf Point, Il.60--Sfc7.30 . 3. Daryl Crowley, Poplar & Mike Barthelmess, Miles City, IS.44� Ss8.20eoch. BARREL RACE 1. Donna Idland, Glendive, I6.40--SI4S.S0. 2. Josy Waples, Hysham, 16.45�SI09.12 3. Darcy Groh, Circle, 16.80 S/2./S. 4. Karen Linderman, Brlodus, 1/. II� $36.3/. RELIEF ACT With one week remaining to: hoeeoweeie to apply fo' rax ieliet on theit residences, the Depa tment of Revenue estimates that applications tiom about half of the eligible homeowners have been letumed to the Cou ity Assessors . June 30, lu//' ;s the dpadline tot returning all application-). All homeowneis aie urged to pick up the simple oppl'cation from theit county assessor, complete It a id return it prior to June 30, 1�// . After this dote no applications will be accepted. Local banks in Poplar, Cul-beitson, aid Froid hove been furnished blank applications tor residents who are unable to travel to Wolf Point. Bank personnel will assis* applicant! In tilling ott their applications Once the forms hove been reviewed b/ the aisesscs, they aie sent to the Department of Revenue for the determination ot the amount of tax relief applicable to each owner occupied residence . This tall each eligible home-ownei will be informed ot the amouif of property tax on his residence which will be paid tiom the state general fund. Homeowners who have not yet returned 3 comp'eted torn to the County Assesso' run the lisk of losing thei' shoe In pi ope 1 ty tax >e I ief. AWARDED A Poplar resident, Mrs. Earl Jones, Jr., has been awarded a national credential in recognition ot her capable work with young children. Mrs. Jones of Poplar has earned the Child Development A sociate iCDA) credential. The credential is awarded by The Child* Development Associate Consortium to individuals who successfully demonstrate competence in working with children aged three to five in a group setting . Mrs. Jones and her husband ore the parents of five children: Eolene 16, William 14, Darrell 12, Kenneth II, and Deanna 7. Mrs. Jones is a Headstart teacher in Poplar. She ha> taken courses in Early Childhood Education from Weber State College. ALL-INDIAN RODEO The All-Indian Rodeo will be held this week-end. Action will begin at 5:00 on Saturday, and 1:30 on Sunday. Prize money will total SI350.00. Be sure tc stop out at the Rodeo grounds and see some fine rodeo action! ! 1 m WILD WEST DAY PARADE WINNERS Prizes were given to the followii g for participation In the Wild West Days Parades: Best Floats: I-Sanitation Dep't. and the Covered Wagon both provided by Pete Loegering. 2-Retirement Float, belonging to Catherine Edtr, "powered" by Ch. is Berg . 3-Trcdet's State Bank . Shep 'erguson was named the "Top Cwwbov". Doreen Ferguson was named "Top Cowgirl." The "Best Dressed Couple" owed went to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kirn. George Budok's car was voted the "Best Antique". During Kid's Day Friday, the following awards were given: Best Costume-Lynette Buries; Best Western Indian Co.tome-Mike Gold; Best Pet-Bum Fredericks; Best Bike-Tracy O'Connor and Best Cowboy-Shawn loegering .
|Title||The Poplar Shopper 1977-06-23|
|Contributors||Historical Society of Montana. Microfilm Division.|
|Geographic Coverage||Poplar (Mont.); Roosevelt County (Mont.)|
|Description||The Poplar Shopper.|
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|Digital Collection||Fort Peck Reservation Newspapers|
hm�m in.t�ic;> s^wtr
POPLA SIIOI'�'� IS
POST OFFICE BOX Ef8 PHONF 7fd-3<
)C/f,r POSTAGE 7.5 PAID
POPLAR, TONTA?'/, PER�,11 MO.'I
June 23, 1977
The next fiscal yea tot the City of Poplar begins on July [, 19// and en^s on June JO, IV/8. During the next six �weeks, the budget wilt be Formulated nto a final budget that must be submitted to the Department ot Community Affairs beto-e September I J. Before July 25, the City Council reviews the budget estimates, aid ma'
|Digital Collection||Fort Peck Reservation Newspapers|