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Tuesday, February 24, 1976
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t GBEELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Tues., Feb.24,1976 Four suffer minor injuries Four persons suffered minor injuries in traffic accidents on Weld County roads Monday, the Colorado State Patrol said. Audrey Wcedon of 401 22nd Ave. and Carol Cunningham of 1720 13th Avc. were treated at Weld County General Hospital Deaths and Funerals RQRMSON GARCIA Julian Garcia of 1020 Patton, Ft. Collins. Father of Mrs. Genoveva Euresti of Greeley, Mrs. Aurelia Vasquez and Mrs. Beatrice Alvarez both of Ft. Collins. Also surviving are 27 grandchildren, 117 great-grandchildren, 52 great- great grandchildren, and two great -great-great-grandchildren. Recitation of the Rosary, 7:00 p.m. Tuesday from the Adamson Memorial Chapel. Mass of the Christian Burial, 10:00 a.m. Wednesday from Our Lady Of Peace Catholic Church. Interment Eaton Cemetery. MACY ALLNUTT MORTUARIES lor cuts and scrapes following an accident on Bth Avenue a half-mile south of Greeley. Officers said the 1973 pickup truck driven by the Weedon woman sustained $800 damage and the 1970 Cunningham car received $900 damage when the vehicles collided. Linda Van Denelzen of Evans and Pamela Valencia of La Salle were treated at the hospital fur bruises they suffered in an accident on U.S. 85 a mile south of La Salte. The 1972 Van Denelzen car received $1,000 damage while the 1964 pickup driven by the Valencia woman received $200 damage when the vehicles collided. A 1974 car driven by Susanne Burchhill of Longmont received $300 damage and a 1970 pickup driven by Jackon Layton of Denver sustained $50 damage when the vehicles collided on Colo. 52 two miles wesl of Dacono. Supplies stolen Building supplies worth $160 were stolen from a construction site west of Creeley, Weld County Sheriff's officers said Tuesday. Two doors and several pieces of lumber were stolen from Roche Construction at a construction site at 2060 Fairway. BECKER Mrs. Pauline Becker of 1420 E. 16th Street, Cheyenne, Wyoming, formerly of Gill. Sister of Edd Bailey of Omaha, Mrs. Flora Schmoker, Mrs. Lydetta Oswald, Weldon Bailey, Ellis Bailey, James Bailey, and Eugene Bailey all of Cheyenne, and Del more Bailey of Costa Mesa, California. Services 10:30 a.m. Thursday from the Drawing Room. Interment Sunset Memorial Gardens. If friends wish, memorial gifts may be made to the Cancer Society. GREGORY Mrs. Anita Moore Gregory of 1812 13th Street. Mother of Mrs. E. Ted (Ann) Funk and Ramon C. Moore both of Greeley and Jerry S. Moore of Fort Collins. Sister of Mrs. Velma Robertson of Thousand Oaks, Calif., Mrs. Mildred Rosskopf of Sun City, Calif., Mrs. Ada Me- Cultoch at Kern CUy, CsHI., and Melvln Sperling of Avenal, Calif. Services 2:00 p.m. Wednesday from First Congregational Church. Family Interment Services at the Loveland Burial Park. If friends wish, memorial gifts may be made to the First Congregational Church. HARRINGTON . Harland Owen Harrington of Denver, formerly of Greeley. Survived by three sons. Son of Mrs. Avis V. Harrington of Gretiley. Brother of Mrs. Earl (Lillian) Nicks of Greeley, Mrs. Robert (Lucile) Carpenter of Wilcox, Arizona and Harvey Dale Harrington, Jr. of Aberdeen, South Dakota. Services 10:30 a.m. Wednesday from the Drawing Room. Interment Linn Grove Cemetery. ROBINETT Arthur Francis Robinett of the Kenton Manor Nursing Home. Father of Howard Roblnetf of San Francisco, Harold Robinett of Clinton, Washington, Loris Robinett of Pensacola, Florida, Ralph Robinett of Miami, Florida, and Wilburt Robinetf of Greeley. Brother of Mrs. Grace Stetzel of San Bernardino, Calif., Wlllard Robinett of Joy Em, Wyoming, Mrs. Bessie Joyce, Mrs. Flora Story, and Yancy Robinett ail of Franklin, Nebraska, Earl Robinett of Lincoln, Nebraska, John Robinett of South San Gabriel, Calif., and Mrs. Laura Hunt ot Stockton, Calif. Services 2:00 p.m. Friday from the Drawing Room. Inlermem Sunset Memorial Gardens. RUFF Mrs. Alice Carol Ruff of 7321 Dexlcr, Denver, formerly of Kersey. Sister of Robert Watson, Glen Watson, and Mrs. Ethel Wyley all of Monte Vista, Colorado. Arrangements later. SHONSBY Mrs. Bess J. Shonsby of 606 Charlotte, Johnstown. Wife of the late Robert L. Shon- sby of Johnstown. Aunt of William David Hicks of Evergreen, Robert Henry Hicks of Portland, Oregon, and Mrs. Kenneth Bosch of DC K alb, Illinois. Cousin of Mrs. W. C. (Helen) McMahon of Creston, Iowa. Daughter in law of Mrs. Florence M. Shonsby of Denver. Sister in law of Mrs. William D. (Betty) Kicks of Johnstown. Memorial services 2.00 p.m. Thursday from the Drawing Room. Inurnment of Crornains Ft. Logan National Cemetery. -The weather- ',V x A / (/ A A Naff beard Danny Goodwine, an employe of Mountain Bell, went to work half shaved Monday -- all on a dare. After several months of growing a bushy beard, Goodwine was taunted by his fellow workers who challenged him to shave only half of his face. He took the dare and worked a half-day with a half-beard. He went home at noon to complete the shaving job. (Tribune photo by Mike Peters) Policeman testifies at slay trial A Greeley police officer testified in District Court Tuesday that he found Jerry Lujan lyinfc on the ground and apparently dead when he arrived at the scene of a shooting in the 2400 block of Bth Avenue about 1:30 a.m. last June 29. The officer, Handy Carlton, was the first witness called to testify fjr the people at the trial of John Martinez Sepeda Jr.,31, 1013 5th St., on charges of m u r d e r i n g Lujan and attempting to kill two other men. Carlton said he had driven to the 8lh Avenue location after being advised by a "subject in a Jeep" that a gun battle was ensuing in the 2400 block in the area of the TaCo Bell Drive-In. The officer said he saw n large ? ~o 'p of people on his arrival, oading that, when he examined Lujan, 18, 4747 26th Ave., "he had no pulse that I could tell and was not breathing." "I was told the suspect was still in the area and was in a house with' a small child," C a r l t o n c o n t i n u e d . He said several other officers had arrived on the scene by that time. "However, a search of the house turned up only the small child," he said. In answer to another question by District Attorney Robert N. Miller, the officer said he did not see the other two men who had been shot, Lujan's older brnther, David, 28, 3904 7th St., and Jose E. Maestas, 27, 4G47 ZGth Ave. Carlton also testified that Lujan's body was lying near a fence about 2-2',i feet in height made out of old railroad ties. The officer nlsn identified a number of pictures which were presented as exhibits by the people, including a color photo of the victim showing a bullet hole in the upper right part of the body and another in the lower abdominal area. A jury of five women and seven men, plus two alternate juriors, a man and a woman, was finally selected to hear the trial about 6:30 p.m. Monday. The jurors will be sequestered until the trial is over. Judge Robert A. Behrman, prior to the trial's resumption Tuesday morning, warned that he w i l l not tolerate any disturbances during the trial and said all persons involved in any demonstrations will be subject to jail sentences. Miller, who with William G. Arries, deputy d i s t r i c t a t - torney, is prosecuting the case said Tuesday morning that he expected presentation of the people's evidence will take at least two days. Public defender Mike Enwall and BryanShaha, deputy public defender, are Sepeda's attorneys. (UNC report as qf 6a.m.) High Monday 50 Low this morning 19 Barometer 29.89, falling Precipitation none Year's total -60 The highest temperature ever recorded here on a Feb. 24 was 69 in 1954; lowest was -12 in 1942. The sun will rise Wednesday at 6:41 a.m. and will set at 5:46 p.m. (MST). Colorado -- Variable cloudiness today and tonight with chance of showers west and south. Snow level near 7,000 feet. Clearing Wednesday. Cooler mountains and east Wednesday. Highs today mostly 60s east, 40s west with 35 to 45 mountains. Lows tonight 25 to 35 east, upper teens to mid-20s west with 5 below zero to 10 above mountains. Highs Wednesday 50s east, 40s west with 30s mountains. Extended Outlook, Thursday Through Saturday Colorado--Dry and mild. Highs 55 to 65 east, around 50 west, 35 to 45 mountains. Lows upper 20s east, 15 to 25 west, zero to 15 mountains. Wyoming -- V a r i a b l e cloudiness w i t h widely scattered mountain snow showers through Wednesday. Areas of 15-30 m.p.h. southwcst-to- n o r t h w e s t e r l v winds through Wednesday. Highs today 28 to 42 far west, 50s and low 60s Hospital Dismissals Dismissed From Weld County General Hospital on Monday, Feb. 23: Mrs. Tisdell Smith, 1115 19th St.; James Brown, fit. 4; Peter Stoll, Windsor; Warren Buss, 2105 24lh St.; Harold Hobbs, 3411 17th St. Rd. Herbert Thomas, Carr; Victoria Gallcgos, Evans; Virginia Winbcrg, Eaton; Mrs. Wayne Kuncl and son, 2807 19th St.; Mrs. Jim Jackson and son, La Salle. Mrs. William Decker and daughter, Plattcville; Mrs. James Brown and daughter, 1114 32nd Avc.; Mrs. Robert Lenhart, 3106 I2lh St. Ud.; Mrs. Russell Griggs, Hillrose; Edith Loy, 715 14th St. Donald Roos, 437 301h Avc.; Mrs. Ron Pcterscn, 2410 24th St. Rd.; Mrs. Theodore Bruce, Plattcville. east. Lows tonight 5 to 15 far west, 20s east. Cooler east Wednesday with highs 28 to 42 far west, 40s and low 50s east. NEW YORK (UPI) - The highest temperature reported Monday to the National Weather Service, excluding Alaska and Hawaii, was 80 degrees at Gila Bend, Ariz. Today's low was 14 degrees below zero at Gunm'son, Colo. The Weather Elsewhere By The Associated Press Tuesday lilLOPRCOtlk Birmingham 5934 ..clr Bismarck 6323 ..cdy Boise 48 33 . .cdy Boston 35 22 . .cdy Brownville 71 40 . .clr Buffalo 2822 ..cdy Charleston 39 27 . .clr Charlotte 51 29 . .clr Chicago 3837 ..clr Cincinnati 4234 ..clr Clevelad 34 31 . .clr Denver 60 26 . .cdy DesMoines 43 33 . .cdy Detroit 3430 ..clr Duluth 4137 ..clr Fairbanks -12 -21 . .cdy FortWorth 7 6 4 0 ..clr GreenBay 34 29 . .clr Helena 5825 '..clr Honolulu 81 71 . .cdy Houston 7151 ..clr Ind'apolis 4235 ..clr Jacks'ville 61 32 . .clr Juneau 35 28 .22clr KansasCity 7 2 4 9 ..clr Us Vegas 64 46 ..clr LittleRock 6 4 4 4 ..clr IisAngelcs 7249 ..clr Louisville 4637 ..cdy Marquette 3728 ..clr Memphis 6245 ..clr Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St.P. NewOrleans NewYork Okla.City Omaha Orlando Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh P'tland.Me. p'tland.Ore. RapidCity Richmond St.Louis SaltLake SnnDicgo SanFran 7166 38 32 53 32 62 33 32 25 77 45 5432 6550 3628 77 51 31 25 31 12 5443 61 34 47 24 61 47 51 33 74 52 .cdy . .clr ..clr ..clr ..clr ..clr ..clr .cdy ..clr ..clr ..clr ..cdy .09 rn . .cdy ..clr ..clr ..cdy ..clr 59 50 . .cdy Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington Akron Alamosa Cheyenne Colo. Springs Crook Denver .Durango Estes Park Grand Jet. Gunnison La Junta Lamar Leadville Pueblo Trinidad 51 38 .07 rn 44 34 . 67 47 41 30 61 30 46 10 . rn .cdy ..clr clr clr 52 21 .01 pc 61 30 clr 70 20 60 26 54 28 50 26 46 26 12-14 74 39 70 30 46 6 67 20 64 37 Clr clr pc clr cdy pc pc cdy pc clr clr WEATHER FORECAST -- Showers are forecast Tuesday for the northern Pacific coast with snow expected inland over the northern Rockies. Warmer temperatures are forecast for most of the country east of the Rockies. (AP Wirephoto Map) Greeley Police Log Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Hussell Meeker of Spokane, Wash., a son, on Friday, Feb. 20. lie has been named Scott Russell. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Don Stroberg of Eaton and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meeker of Ault. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Art Stroberg of Greeley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meeker of Eaton and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Blchm of Eaton. Obituaries Anita M. Gregory Mrs. Anita Moore Gregory, 73, 1812 13th St., died Monday, Feb. 23, at Weld County General Hospital. She was born Nov. 20,1902, at Atlantic, Iowa. On Sept. 18, 1925, she was married to W. Carl Moore at Loveland. He died Nov. 14,1945. She came to Greeley from Denver in 1933. On Dec. 26, 1956, she was married to Charles Gregory, who preceded her in death in 1972. She was active in the First Congregational Church of which she was a deaconess and 30-year member. She was a member of the Lynn Bell Choir, president of the Women's Society, active in church and world service, the music committee and the church building committee. She belonged to the Lampas Sorority and formerly served as Schmanski-Vetter Mortuary Fort Lupton, Colorado PALMER Samuel F. Palmer of 232 Seventh Street, Ft. Lupton. Hosband of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Palmer; father of Raymond Palmer ot Hamburg, Iowa, John Palmer of Mlneola, Mo., James Palmer of St. Joseph, Mo., Mrs. Alan (Mildred) Teel of Auxvasse, Mo., and Mrs. Charles (Dora) Callaway ot Ft. Lupton.. Also survived by 23 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Services from Baker Funeral Home in New Florence, Mo. MONUMENTS and MARKERS .""...' Quality Workmanship Downtown for over 50 years. Open Saturdays till noon. Ralph Hollistor John Da (ton GREELEY MONUMENT WORKS, Inc. 015 7th Ave. 352-1807 a Gray Lady at Weld County Genera! Hospital. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. E. Ted (Anne) Funk of Greeley; two sons, Ramon C. Moore of Greeley and Jerry S. Moore of Fort Collins; three sisters, Mrs. Velma Robertson of Thousand Oaks, Calif., Mrs. Mildred Kosskopf of Sun City, Calif., and Mrs. Ada McCulloch of Kern City, Calif.; a brother, Melvin Sperling of Avenal, Calif.; and nine grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a sister and a brother. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the First Congregational Church, with family interment in Loveland Burial Park. Macy Allnutt Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. Friends may contribute to the Memorial Fund of the First Congregational Church. Bess J. Shonsby A memorial service for Mrs. ·Bess J. Shonsby, B3, of Johnstown who died Monday, Feb. 16, at Weld County General Hospital will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Macy Allnutt Drawing Room. Survivors include two nephews, William David Hicks of Evergreen and Robert Henry Hicks of Portland, Ore.; a niece, Mrs. Kenneth Bosch of De Kalb, III., a cousin, Mrs. W. C. (Helen) McMahon of Creston, her mother-in-law, Mrs. Florence M. Shonsby of Denver and a sister-in law, Mrs. William D. (Betty) Hicks of Johnstown. Inurnment of cremains at Ft. l^ogan National Cemetery. iva B. Curtis Services for Iva R. Curtis! 67, of Kersey who died Wednesday, Feb. 18, at Mesa, Ariz., were held Monday in the Macy Allnutl Drawing Room, with interment in Crown Hill Cemetery at Denver. Survivors include her husband, Cecil; three sons, Marvin and Robert, both of Fort Collins, and the Rev. Kenneth Curtis of Fritch, Tex.; three sisters. Mrs. Effie Bush of La Salle, Mrs. Ida Gray of Reeds, Mo., and Mrs. Ethel Bonnell of El Dorado, Kan.; a brother, Chauncey Baker of Greeley, and six grandchildren. Samuel S. Palmer Samuel Smith Palmer. 7fi. 232 7lh St., Fort Lupton, died Monday, Feb. 23, at the American Nursing Home at Brighton. Born Aug. 2,1899, at Mineola, Mo., he attended elementary school there and was graduated from high school at La Belle, Mo. He attended Hannibal- LaGrange College. On March 4,1922, he married Mary Elizabeth Morris at Bachelor, Mo., and farmed in the Mineola area. He also worked as a blacksmith at Foristell and New Florence, Mo. Palmer worked as a carpenter at the Smokey Hill Air Base at Salina, Kan., and at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Later, he returned to farming at Mineola. He and his wife celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in 1972. He was a member of the Mineola Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Mary Elizabeth of Fort Lupton; three sons, Raymond of Hamburg, Iowa, John of Mineola and James of St. Joseph, Mo.; two daughters, Mrs. Alan (Mildred) Teel of Auxvasse, Mo., and Mrs. Charles (Dora) Callaway of Fort Lupton; 23 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Services will be at Baker Funeral Home at New Florence, Mo., with Schmsnski- Vetter Mortuary in charge of local arrangements. Norland Harrington Harland Owen Harrington, 44, of Denver, formerly of Greeley, died Saturday, Feb. 21, al Haigler, Neb. He was a real estate broker. He was born Jan. 24, 1932, at Greeley and wss graduated from University High School. Harrington served in the U.S. Navy four years during the Korean War. He is survived by three sons; his mother, Mrs. Avis V. Harrington of Greeley; two sisters, Mrs. Earl (Lillian) Nicks of Greeley, and Mrs. Rnberl (Lucile) Carpenter of Wilcox, Ariz,; and a brother, Harvey Dale Harrington Jr. of Aberdeen, S.D. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Macy Allnutt Drawing Room with interment in Linn Grove Cemetery. Alex Salinas Funeral services were held Feb. 19 at the Holly Park Chapel in Denver for Alex Salinas 47,17190neida, Denver, a former Greeley resident. Interment was in Fairmount Cemetery; Olinger Mortuary was in charge of arrangements. Salinas died Feb. 1C. He was born in Texas, Dec. 3, 1918, and was reared there. He married Lucy Ortega in 1943. They lived in Greeley before moving to Denver where he was employed by Gates Rubber Co. Surviving, in addition to his wife, Mrs. Lucy Salinas, are three sons and a daughter, Samuel, Phillip and Joe all of Denver, and Becky, still at home. Also surviving are two grandchildren. Arthur Robinett Arthur Francis Robinett, 86, of Kenton Manor Nursing Home, died Monday, Feb. 23, at Weld County General Hospital. He was born Aug. 9, 1889, at Jewell, Kan. liobinett came to Greeley from Nevada in 1943 and farmed in this area until he retired. Survivors include five sons. Howard of San Francisco, Calif., Harold of Clinton, Wash., Loris of Pensacola, Fla., Ralph of Miami, Fla., and Wilburt of Greeley; four sisters, Mrs. Grace Stetzel of San Bernardino, Calif., Mrs. Bessie Joyce and Mrs. Flora Story, both of Franklin, Neb., and Mrs. Laura Hunt of Stockton, Calif.; four brothers, Willard of Joy Em, Wyo., Yancy of Franklin, Neb., Earl of Lincoln, Neb., and John of South San Gabriel, Calif., and 18 grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the Macy Allnutt Drawing Room with interment in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Arnold R. Foulk Arnold K. Koulk, 73, uf Beatrice, Neb., father of Dr. Arnold R. Foulk Jr. of Greeley. died at his home Sunday, Feb. 22. He is survived by his wife, Theresa V. of Beatrice; his son in Greeley; a brother, Lavelle of Beatrice, and two grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Christ Church Episcopal Church al Beatrice with interment in Evergreen Home Cemetery there. Friends may make donations to the Heart Fund, in care of Griffilhs-Hovendick Chapel, Beatrice, Neb. Pauline Becker Mrs. Pauline Becker, 69,1420 E. IGth St., Cheyenne, Wyo., formerly of Gill, died Monday, Feb. 23, at Presbyterian Medical Center in Denver. She was born at Elmo, Mo., on Sept. 6, 1906, came to Keota as a child and to Gill in 1928. She moved to Cheyenne eight years ago. She taught school a number of years in Colorado and last taught at Gill. On Aug. 8, 1928, she was married to Charles Becker in Colorado. He died on Aug. 15, 1965. Mrs. Becker was a member of the Christian Church of Gill and the G.D.G. Club. Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Flora Schmokcr of Cheyenne, Wyo., Mrs. Lydetta Oswald, also of Cheyenne; six brothers, Edd Bailey of Omaha, Neb., Weldon, Ellis, James, and Eugene Bailey, all of Cheyenne, and Delmore Bailey of Costa Mesa, Calif. Sire was preceded in death by two brothers and a sister. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in the Macy Allnult Drawing Room with interment in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Friends may contribute to the Cancer Society. MONDAY a.m. G:51 Vandalism reported, Heath Junior High; windows broken by rocks. 7:43 Accident, 9th Street and nth Avenue. 7:44 Man reported two tires stolen from car, 1st Avenue and 24th Street. 7:53 Vandalism reported, 532 8th Avc.; windows broken by rocks. 9:00 Accident, 16th Street and 17lh Avenue. 9:15 Vandalism to car reported, 2420 26th Ave. 9:28 Runaway juvenile reported. 10:32 Accident, 8th Avenue and nth Street. 11:05 Marijuana found; it was placed into evidence to be destroyed. 11:15 Possible burglary reported, 2280 1st Ave.; unfounded. It was a man repairing a door. \ p.m. 1:21 larceny reported, 221S 9th Ave.; two women stole baby seat from a garage. 1:31 Report of kids throwing snowballs, 1800 block of 25lh Avenue. 3:10 Shoplifter reported, Ted and Chefs. 3:30Shoplifter reported, King Soopers. 4:15 Shoplifter reported, King Soopers. 4:43 Woman reported a strange man tried to pick up her son. 4:56 Woman reported she locked her door before leaving home and it was now open; officer checked residence, nothing unusual found. 6:05 Runaway juvenile reported. 6:15 Accident, 1102 5th St. 0:50 Suspicious activity reported, East Memorial School. Men were working inside. 7:04 Shoplifter reported, King Soopers. 8:27 Accident, 23rd Avenue and Reservoir Road. 9:15 Report of kids throwing snowballs, 3900 block of 7th Street; officer talked to kids. TUESDAY a.m. 12:28 Vandalism to pickup, 6th Avenue and 18th Street. 1:50 Loud party reported. 5:07 False burglar alarm, 1715 36th Ave. Ct. 6:20 Larceny from auto reported. 2651 22nd Ave. Police-tested security. This fugged steel and brass cylinder deadlock is the single most effective way of keeping your home safe from burlars. It has been rigorously tested by law enforcement agencies to insure maximum protection GREELEY LOCK KEY (formerly A. G. LOCKSMITH) H169lhSt. Greeley f Cottir \ By Bob Laubhan POISON PRECAUTIONS 1 1 ? 1 Each year about 700,000 accidental poisonings occur In the United States; 2,500 of them result In death and nearly 250,000 in disabling injuries. Even more frightening are the facts that 80% of these poisonings happen in the home and the largest percentage of victims are children under the age of five. Fortunately, many of the products most frequently Ingested by curious toddlers (soaps, detergent, toilet water, fingernail polish, cold and cough remedies) are not harmful unless taken In massive doses and rarely cause more than a few tears and an upset sloma'ch. Nevertheless, whenever product Is Involved always proceed as if it Is indeed poisonous. Call your doctor, hospital, or nearest poison-control center immediately. (Time is by far the most Important factor in any poison situation.) Keep these numbers by the phone along with those ot the police and fire dept. Note: Most potentially harmful products list the proper antidotes on the label. · * » This information has been brought to you as a public service hy UJTT AOKM'Y.91Klllh Avenue. (.rerley. Phone: toS-2580. Your mic-stop answer (o c o m p l e t e i n s u r a n c e » I i Nevertheless, whenever c o m p l e t e i n s u r a n c e I I a potentially hazardous protection. I

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