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2 GREELEV (Colo.) TRIBUNE Wed.. May 25,1977 Stock Market NEW YUKK IAR) ' MtiiChai 1* --'-: ' ACyan AElPw AmMoirs AmStna ATT Amfwx 34 tit fttenPw AM FutI MrStTti NCR Ss'DlB 347- 63'i- , jli ... NatGp I7U- '* Naiina ST^-i| NitlSlI liX. *i HUMP BMtFci BHIHoft Boeing BolseCi BrloMy BrHPrt Srunsk, Surllnd BUrlNo BUTTOfli Caaic* CnrpTr Cdanse Cn-tew CeisAIr Gimp In CwyUer CitftiSv CocaCol ColGas ComssJ Con Ed ConFcs ContAlr CntlGrp ContOll ContDta Ccwtes Crwlel CunisWr :*'*-- 30H . 19.» j)!^ 3m - 5!'»-- 14 -- U*4- K 1 *- «H- M'JI- H'l.. 57**- «'-- 2S»i- 144- 7i'.i W*- 23' »- MVif 7 -- 3i\»- jj,_ 30V.-T 1JH- 35U-1 17 -- '» NWIBCD \« OilnCp ,j OmarV *, OtfMar « 0*«lll H PacGE », PicPw ', PacTT i, Pan Am ** PmEP u Paylsnw .. Penney \, PepsiCo .i Pliier ^ PnelpD U PhlllPM 'i Polaroid - i« PopeTal 'i Poiilcn 1* ProcirG .. PSvCot 'i RCA ' ^ RepSll \* Reynln U ReyMtt i, Rocket H HoviD \! SCMCp Safeway 1* StJoMln W 1 *-- *» 4 l ' 4 - U J3^» -- '.4 IJ**- U tti» 1F» ... ft 45V1+ '.-i 19 - \» tt».i- '.» 6?\i 35*4-- H 30H- Vt S* 1 *- '* Wi+ \i 37H- \* 74»»-- Vj mi 33 l i-- ^ 30U- U »»«-*« «vj S7 - U ?«r- tt a - '» 35 - Ti duPorrt Efli!A!r EasKrJ GemSk Ganner) GenDyn ·xlnc txlroa HeclaM 11H--u iicr-vm HcwItPk 75i- i i.lSSP 1 S!" V i J JS f ,? SssT«l IntHarv IntPaper InlTT LOCAL INTEREST STOCKS Midrnorning Quotes Wednesday, May 25 Bid Aft. Bank Shares Am. Nuclear ARA AZL (Farmhand) Bayly Mfg. CNB Comb. Eng. Coors First Natl. Bancorp GWU G\VU(pfd.i. Hewlett-Packard Public Service Monfort of Colo. Skaggs Ask 15 16 13% 14% 38% 38% ·is m 8^ 17^ 54% 55V 4 18ft 19% 29 31 18% 1914 19% 20Mi 74% 7% 16% 19 5M; 18% 7414 20 5% 1814 I'nitedBank Vipont Mining Vipont Chemical WedoKday'sMlddayStocks By United Press International Beth Steel 2 SS'st^ BlueBel 1.20 27'i+H Branifl .30 10--» Celanse 2.BO 49^ + l 3 Chrysler 1 16*4+'is Cities Srv 3 58'»+ l s Coltlndu 2' 3 Sa^-'s ContlOil 1.40 33%rs CroTOZ 1.80 36+ lj DeltaAir .70 36'.!+ 3s Dow Ch 1.20 35-' = EastK 1.60a 58?s-'i ExxonCpn 3 ol^-'s Firstne 1.10 194-Hi FordMotr4 Fruehuf 1.80 281j GnElcc 1.80 54%-l-b GnFood 1.64 32+14 GnMot 2.70b 66'i G T E 2 30(i GulfOU 1.80 27H-H Hallibrton 1 64-il 4 InUPaper 2 52s-'3 JohnMv 1.60 34's + H JohnJn 1.40 K^-^ Kencott .30b 27-u KeMcG 1.25 63V :V 4 Motorola .84 41 1 4--?i Penney 1.48 33% PhillipPet 2 57 l k f H ProcGa 2.60 741s QuakOat .92 22'-i RCACp 1.20 30V 4 SafwStr 2.20 46%--IB Scars l.SOa 56^--% SunOil 1 4314-14 Teneco 1.88 33 Texaco 2 26%--l' s TexGas 2.40 451i--% Texlnst 1.32 SS^i+n UnCarb 2.80 · 50%--% Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - Stock prices suffered another, setback .today at the hands of some adverse inflation news. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 6.36 at 930.12 with an hour to go, after · a 5.43-point-drop on Thursday. · Losers outnumbered gainers by about a 7-5 margin among · New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. Big Board volume was a moderate 15.62 million shares by late-afternoon. The Labor Department reported this morning that the consumer price index climbed a seasonally adjusted 0.8 per cent in April--equivalent to a 9.6 per cent annual rate. Analysts also noted that the market also had to contend with evidence that the Federal Reserve had decided to tighten credit further. Short term interest rates have risen steadily in recent weeks as the Fed has moved to try to restrain inflationary pressures. The NYSE's composite common-stock index dropped .18 to 54.41. markets Colorado Ketdlots Direct Sales Report Wednesday. !av 25 Confirmed sales: slaughter Ma J° r P° lato markels FOB cattle 3075. shipping points U.S. 1A Tues- Potatoes CHICAGO (AP) -- (USDA) -- Trading rather slow; day in 100 Ib sacks: California r.kmy Colorado 1. loano 3. waiMngWn I. 100 It) sacw Mair*d US. Ko IA unlen ctdefwise stated. Colorado rwnd rfdi: 9.35. 3\:-y-.t In 10.35, 53 ID 3'T3'1 S»; fUe Idle mm Dags balrd 5J9. Rutted: 9.2S. ncn li;e A 7.50. tiv* 1010 tllm bags baled 4.5^5 85. Idatw rbiteli: 10 11 mln. imum ».»!!.». some 11.00. 50 Ib car. tons »10« SJS 1.00. AritoM room rta: 1400-1475.1^ 34 In 14.00. California tong MRilei 11.00-11.50. slaughter steers steady to Ion 8 whites S^ 7 ' 00 ' Arizona weak, heifers steady to 50 rents round reds SM * M ' lower. Buyers not very ^^"J^JJ'm"^''^?"^^'. aggressive as the wholesale beef prices have lost some of Mondays advances. No sales confirmed early Wednesday. Slaughter steers: confirmed 2025, choice 2-1, noo-1200 Ibs., $41-11.75, with 1000 head at i-Hi $41.75. Few loads good to 54 s * mostly choice 1100-1200 Ibs., 2314 $40.50 delivered and fob. One load on a grade and yield basis. Slaughter heifers: confirmed 1050, choice 2-4, 950-1025 Ibs., $39.25 to mostly $40, several loads 950-960 Ibs., $39 fob in the Arkansas Valley. One load on a grade and yield basis. Note: slaughter cattle four per cent shrink, delivered, except as noted. Beans DENVER (AP) -- General bids TO grottwt 13.00 tor U.S. No. 1 pintot and 16.50 for U.S. No. 1 great nocirierni: FOB Denver and Nebraska rate cam. New GALU members Eggs-Butter CHICAGO IAPJ - (USDA) - Bulter: issued only on Tuesday. Thursday and Friday. Ecgs barely Heady to ntak Wednesday; sales delivered store tfor. cartons unchanged to 1 to»er; A extra large 5461: A large 53 58; A mediums J3-4S. New members of the Greeley Association of Life Underwriters installed at a dinner meeting Thursday were, from left, Mike Cohrs, Gerald Hefrich, Donald McMahon, Chuck Butzine, Ray Phillips, David McBryde and Ron Fay. (Tribune photo by John Seelmeyer) 169 vehicles registered Local grain Midmornlng Prices Wednesday. May 24 Corn local, truck, 4.1M.20 rail, 4.15-1.20 Barley 4.05-4.25 Oats (381bs.) 5.30-5.50 Wheat (perbu.): ordinary, 1.87-1.91 12percent,1.93-1.97 13per cent,2.05-2.09 Pinto beans 12.00 Prices in dollars per hundredweight, except as indicated. Cash grain CHICAGO (AP) -.Wheat No 2 hard red winter 2.4Uin Wednesday; No 2 soft red winter 2.37ten. .Corn No 2 yellow 2.46(2n (hopper) 2.42Hn (box). Oats No 2 heavy 1.79fen. Soybeans No 1 yellow 9.34n. Futures Livestock Sugar KANSAS CITY [AP) -- Quotations for Wednesday: Cattle 1.3CO: All claim firm, fairly actlvt trading. Slaughter coMt-cut- ter end utility 2S 00-17-00, higher dreitlng 27.2033.35. Feeder iteeri mostly eiwic*. mm 40o-5io ID c.w «.oo.- sso ;oo m «.oo- -(2.00; fleshy and partly lailwied 735 95010 3B.OO-39.00; good DiCHiO Ib M.DO-ll.OO. Feeder neiters cnoice ^00700 ID 33.0034,00; good 300100 Ib 29.00-32.00. Hogs 1.WO: Barrows and gilts 50-75 higher in active trading; 1-3 $00-255 Ib ti.U~t3.7j; 1-2 220 230 ID 44.00; 3-3 J50-170 Ib 4} JO-ti.25; 170 230 Ib 41 JO-4J.50; 2S5-315 Ib 40.00-41.00. Sows 50-1.00 higher; M 315- «S Ib 37.50-38.00; 500.450 Ib 31.00. Sheep JO: Steady. Spring slaughter lambvcnoke and some prime 85-103 Ib 51JO-S3.00. Shorn slaughter ewes-utility and good B.00-12.00. cull 6.00-8.00. Estimates for Thursday; Cdtlle 7,000; hogs 2.JOO; sheep 40. DENVER AP) - Wednesday's quota- lions. HOQS 50; barrows and gilts mostly Steady; U.S. 1-3 200-230 IB 4I.00-ti.00; 1-3 230250 Ib 39.(X)-41.00; 2-3 250-230 Ib 37.5039.00; sows mostly steady; 1-3 300-400 Ib 33.0037.00. NEW YORK (API - Domestic sugar futures Tuesday on the New York Colfee and Sugar Exchange. ..Open High Low Close Prev. SUGAR NO. 12 {50 tons) Jul II.IS 11.20 II.IS bit.2) bll.n Mar 11.55 12.55 I7.5S 13.55 b12.5i Sales: 17. Raw sugar spot U.15n. SUGAR NO. U (Wtoni) Jul 9.10 9.14 9.05 9.09 9.17 Sep 9.30 9.34 9.15 9.31 9.15 9.45 Mar May 9. JO 9.60 9.67 9.60 9.61 9.6S 9.70 Sales: 2, a-asked. P.66 9.6S 9.66 9.M 9.78 b 9.71 Metals NEW YORK (API --'Spot nonferrixjl metal prlcn Wednesday Copper 71»WJ*k cenls a pound. U.S. destination]; lead 3) cents a round: i!nc 34 cents a pound, delivered; tin u.asn a pound. New York; cold IUS.15 per trgy ounce. New York: silver IJ.S9S per troy ounce. New York; quicksilver 114000 nominal per flask. New York. A total of 169 new cars, trucks and motorcycles were registered in Weld County during the week of May 9-13. The week saw registration of 82 new autos, 54 new trucks, vans and pickups and 23 new motorcycles. «.» Ford led the auto ,;jj classification with 21 and the '· 7l truck group with 17. Honda led j.'n in motorcycle registrations '·" with nine.- nai. Greeley dealers sold 69 of the new vehicles, other Weld County dealers sold. 13 and "*» dealers outside !he county sold 87. Here's a make-by-make breakdown o f - the new registrations: Trucks, Vans, Pickups Ford 17, Chevrolet II), \Vhite 10, Dodge 3. Datsun 3, International 2, CMC 2, Jeep 2, Peterbilt 2, Kemvorth 2, Toyota Motorcycles Honda 9, Yamaha 5, Kawasaki 4, Suzuki 2, Harley- Davidsnn 1, Can-Am 1, Triumph 1 . . . . -Highway-BSrta-Salle · 284-5119 Sailing Lessons Alpine Haus 356-2450 Bntih Hogi BRUSH COLO. (AP) -- Wediesday'i Selected world gold prices Wednesday London: morning fixing 1145.00 u. quotations: 900hogs; barrows nnd gilts JO 10.20; afternoon fixing 1144.75, oH M.05. hfcfier' U.S. 1-3 200-335 Ib 43.50-J3.75, with Paris: afternoon fixing S148.W. off S0.13. high yielding at «.75; 2-3 IOO-J50 Ib « U*2.25; 2-4 S5Q-2M Ib 37.75-W.75; sows Steady; 1-3 300-400 Ib 32-M-15JO. FranWurt:S145.35,off SO.Q5. Zurich: S144.50 bid, unchanged; S145.25 asked. Handy Harman base price. New York: J144.75 oH S0.40. Engelhard selling price, New York: Sm.35, Off 10.05. Markets Jul Aug Sep Nov Jan Mar ·- May Jul Your Daily from the CARROLL RIGHTER INSTITUTE CHICAGO (AP) - Old crop Dec soybeen futures advanced 9 Mar cents a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade today, but new crop deliveries were down almost as much. Soybean meal lost $6 a ton but soybean oil was up some 75 points, or % cent a pound. Corn, oats and wheat futures were lower by 2% to 4Vi cents. At the close, soybeans were 8 cents a bushel lower to 9 higher, July 9m55; wheat was 2% to 44 lower, July 2.48%; Ju( oats were 2^'t to 3 lower, July · At 1.58% and corn aas 1*4 to 2% lower, July 2.45%. CHICAGO (AP) -- Futures trading on the Chicago Board of Trade Wednesday: High LowClose WHEAT (5,000 bu) 1.59% 1.56W 1.57 1.60y 4 L5B 1.58«i SOYBEANS (5,000 bu) 9.57 9.38 9.55 9.3914 9.20 9.36 8.26 8.09 .8.14 7.60 7.48 .7.52 7.64% 7.52 7.56 7.68 - 7.57% 7.63 7.72 7.61 7.66% 7.73 7.62 7.67% NEW YORK (AI) at a glance: Stocks-Lower. Cotton-Mixed. CHICAGO: Wheat-Lower. Corn-Lower. Oats-I/iwer. Soybeans-Mixed. Markets CHICAGO (AP) -- Futures trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Tuesday: Optn High Low Close prv LIVE BEEF CATTLE (40.000 Ib!) 41.BO 41.10 41.12 41.75 41.80 41.95 42.35 41.35 42.10 42.37 41.25 41.60 41.20 41.55 41J2 42.17 43.60 43.17 42.55 43.25 An ell is a former unit of measure equal in length to 45 inches. It was used mainly for cloth. Dec Feb Apr Aug NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of AAelvIn E. Gelb, Deceased. Case No. 14.02S All persons having claims against the 47.42 42.43 43.43' 42.42 b42 25 above-named estate are required to 42.47 42.BO 42.47 47 67 43.47 present them to the undersigned or to the 42.90 43.15 42.90 343.17 e43.92 District Court of Weld County, Colorado, 43.90 44.05 43.80 43.95 43.SO on or before September 29, 1977, or said claims shall be forever barred. MelvinLceGeib personal Representative The Greeley Dally Tribune Mav25,Junel,8,1977 FORECAST FOR THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1977 GENERAL TENDENCIES: There is a strong tendency for success as a result of policies which you are eager to put in motion. There could be some difficulty in attaining desired results if delays are permitted. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Hang on to those good ideas you have even though it seems difficult to put in motion at this time. Cooperate more with others. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You are expected to accept new conditions, but study tham well before you do so. Strive for increased harmony with mate. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Be sure to clear up any possible misunderstanding you have with associates. Be sure of facts and figures of a new plan you have in mind. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21} Stop day . dreaming and become more active in career matters. Don't criticize others now and avoid trouble. LEO {July 22 to Aug. 21) It's all right to plan ways now to add to present income, but not a good time for putting them in operation. Relax at home tonight. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) A personal affair needs more study before you get working on it. Think kindly of one who has done you favors in the past. .LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Take time for analyzing the "path ahead where your career is concerned so you will know where to make needed changes. SC.ORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Don't rely too much on'a friend at this time. Get busy handling an important affair yourself for best results. Avoid a group affair. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Plan how to handle personal affairs better. Sidestep an opponent who could give you trouble. Be poised. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) A new contact could give you the wrong information, so be alert. Make plans to have greater abundance in the days ahead. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Study a new system so that you can handle your daily routines more efficiently. Mate is under planetary pressure so be more thoughtful. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar, 20) Avoid long talks with associates since they wouldn't help matters at this time. Be sure to keep any promises to others. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . . . he or she will want things in apple-pie order, but teach to give more attention to the over-ail objectives for best results throughout lifetime. Direct education along lines of research. A fine scientific mind in ttiis chart. "The Stars impel, they do not compel" What you make of your life is largely up to YOU! (lei 1977, McNaught Syndicate, Inc.) Jul Sep Dec Mar Oay 2.52 2.48ft 2.48% 2.59 2.55% 2.55% 2.68 2.64% 2.64% 2.76% 2.72% 2.72% 2.80% 2.76?] 2.76% CORN (5,000 bu) Jul Sep Dec Mar May 2.46% 2.44% 2.45% 2.49% 2.46% 2.47Vi 2.52V4 2.49W 2.50 2.60 2.56V4 2.58 2.64% 2.61% 2.62 OATS (5,000 bu) Jul 1.61% 1.57 Sep 1.56H 1.53 1.58% 1.53V4 43.75 X3.BO *3.75 43.80 W3.3I Sales: June 4MB; Aw «Q2; Oct 1408; Dec 8W; Jan 1; Feb 110; April 33: June 13; Aug 1. open Interest: June 13734; Aug 22549; 00 9312; Dec 5300; Jan 20; Feb 3000; April 1334; June 568; Aug 2. FEEDER CATTLE (42,000 ItH) Aug 41.70 42.05 41.60 42.00 41.90 Sep 41.75-47.00 41.70 41.00 41.00 Oct 41.92 43.JO 41.B2 42.00 42.15 - Nov 4J.50 47.75 43.40 b42J5 «.i5 Mar J4.00 44.30 44.00 44,10 a«.80 Apr 44.30 44.60 44.30 44.60 44.30 May 44.50 44.75' 4J.50 44.70 44.50 Sales: Aug lid; Sep U; Oct 180; Nov B4; March 9; April ?; May 4. Open Interest: May 10; Aug 1377; Sep 413; Oct 2276; Nov 1001; March 113; April 31; May 1. LIVE HOGS (30,000 Itu) Jim 45.1*5 45.60 44.30 44.U 45.50 JUl 45.87 45.40 45.30 45.65 46.10 Aug 43.50 44.00 43.70 43.30 43.95 Oct 37.90 33.30 37.35 37.85 36.35 Dec 3d.40 3B.55 38.00 a3fl.07 33.50 Heb 3B.25 3BJO 37.95 b33.IO b38.45 Apr 36.90 36.90 36.70 a3i.70 36.70 Jim 37.90 38.50 37.80 38.40 38.80 NOTICETOCREDITORS Estals of MARY E. R T X , AKA MARY ELLEN RIX. Deceased. Case No. I40H All persons having claims against the above-named estate are required to present tnem to the undersfgned or to the District Court of Weld County, Colorado, on or before September'!?, 1977, or said claims shall be forever barred. * Florence M. Nash, -. - Personal Representative John w. O'Hagan Attorney at Law 1007 9th Avenue, ste. 204 Gr«lfiy,CO 80631 352-6614, Reg. 4535 The Gr«eley Daily Tribune May 35, June 1,8,1977 Dean re-elected VP by CPEC group Norman Dean, president of the group's annual meeting last the United Bank of Greeley, week, was re-elected as Northern AIso re-elected to the Colorado's regional vice organization's board of .directors was W. D. Fair, president of Farr Farms Co. of Public Expenditure Council at Greeley. Mike Frick, a Grseley Area Chamber of Commerce "Prospector," recently presented Jerry Knespel of Knespel Realty a "First Dollar' award to show appreciation for the confidence the business has shown in the future of the Greeley area. Several similiar awards were recently presented by the group. DIV.3 CIVIt ACTION Ho.lJln STATE OF COLORADO, ) ) SI. CounlyofWELO ) WILLIAM F.TAFOYAand ' ) TRANCESTAFOYA ) Plaintiffs ) vs. ) THE DENVER-I.ARAMIE REALTY ) COMPANY; C H R I S T I A N WAT- ) TEHBERG also known as CHRIST ) W A T T E H B E R G and ai CHRIST ) WATTENBURG; CAROLINE WAT- ) TEN BERG also known ai ) THA RAND; EMELINE E. CALPH; ) THOMAS C. WEAVER; IDA M. ) W E A V E R ; A R T H U R W E A V E R ; ) RAY WEAVER; and all unknown ) persons who claim any Interest In me ) iub[ect matter of this action. ) Defendants ) THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO, TO THE DEFENDANTS ABOVE NAMED-GREETING: You arehereby summon ed and required (o file wift the Clerk an answer to the complaint within 30 days aftir service of this summons upon you. If you fall to to do, judgment by default will be taken against you for Ihe relief demanded n the complaint. If service upon you is made outside trw State of Colorado, or by publication, or if a copy of tnt complain! be not jerved upon you with this summons, you are required to file your answer to the complaint within 30 days after service of this summon upon you. This Is an action to quiet title tc Lots 6 and 7 in Block 10 In the Town of Wat. tenberg, Weld County, Colorado and tor such other relief ai to the Court may seem proper,all as will more fully appear from the Complaint on fil* herein. Dated May 17,1977 HOUlCHENS, HOUTCHENSANDDANIEL Attorneys tor Plaintiff By Rodger I. Houlchens, Reg. No. 15i4 1007 $th Avenue, Greeley, Colo. Mary M. Cornell Clerk of ·*« Court. By Donna J.Powell Deputy Clerk. ( S E A L ) Note.--This summons Is isiued pursuant to Rule t. Colorado Ruin civil Procedure. The Grtiliy Dally Tribune May35,Juni1,l,15,32,1977 Cars Ford 21, Chevrolet 14, Volkswagen 6, Toyota 5, Datsun 5, Mercury 5, Pontiac 5, Fiat 4, Dodge 3, Buick 3, Chrysler 2, Oldsmobile 2, Subaru 2, Lincoln 2, Plymouth 1, Mazda 1, Volvo 1. Markets DOW JONES AVERAGES New York(AP) FinalDgw-Joneiaveragei STOCKS Open Ht 8 h LowClose Chg 30 Ind 913.16 917.83 W4.55 917.JO-- 4.M " 70 Trn 242.94 244.75 Wl.JB 747.55-- 1.46 15 Utl 110.69 111.20 110.05 110.54--0.33 65 Stk 311.06 313.65.303.92 310.72--1.57 InflUS 1,492,900 Tran 301.100 UtilS J 319,100 WStk 3,123,100 Marcus Garvey founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association in 1914. Put a little sizzle into your Thursday. Sizzlin' Stockade Sirloin! Here's our most popular steak! Sirloin. Served sizzlin' /"·...· hot with your choice of potato and Stockade Toast. AS3.48value for only... INCLUDES Free Salad and Drink IRLOIN TOCKA6E THE FAMILY.STEAKHOUSE' 1542 ··:'·- 8th Ave. You Want To Get Away, But You Can't Go Far Try The Great Memorial Day Get-AwayRateat Restaurant ^ in Boulder. We've been providing great getaways for a year now. And on Memorial Day weekend, we're offering an even greater getaway. As always, The Broker Inn's rooms are large and comfortable. And there's still great nightly entertainment that ranges from disco sounds to dinner dance music, a terrific little Beer Garden, and one of the most unusual pools you'll ever see. The room service won't be different over Memorial Day weekend, either. It will still feature the best in-room menu in the region. Then there's the dining at The Broker Inn Restaurant, an evening unto itself. And, as always, the Broker Inn is a great place to start exploring Boulder's stunning mountainscape. The difference is our Memorial Day Get-Away Rates. Arrive anytime from May 27th to May 30th, put all your activities -- from cocktails to meals to entertainment -- on your room check, and we'll take 25% off the entire bill with this ad. That's why Memorial Day at the Broker Inn is a great getaway for two. Or more. Children under 18 are free when accompanied by parent Call collect for reservations at 303444-3330

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