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Wi'd., April 1 1 , 1 9 7 3 (iKKELKY (Colo.) TRIBUNE MARKETS DMWLivwlKk QENVER (AP) (U5DA)-W«Jrt*d«y'» quoltttom: hogi 100; bvrows md pllri 1.00 to 1.25 lower; U.S. 1-3 mostly 2s and 3t, 200-240 Ib 35.00-35.75; 2-4 240-2M Ib M.W-35.25; sows .25 to 1.00 loww; UJS, 13 330 400 Ib 29.75.31.00. Brush Livestock . BRUSH, Colo. (AP) (USDAJ--Wednes- (toy's quotations: hogs 800; barrows and gilts 1.00 lower; U.S. 1-2 200-230 Ib 36.0036.50; 2-3 200.-250 Ib 35.00.36.00; 2-4 250-280 Ib 34.00-35.00; sows steady to .50 lower; U.S. 1-3 300-600 Ib 29.00-32.00. , .1JDMAHA, Neb. (AP) - (USDA) - Livestock quotations Wedntsday: Hogs: 7,000; borrows and gilts unevenly .25;.!,?f lower; mainly 75-1.00 lownr than ' Tuesday's close; 195-230 Ib 36,00-36.50; ,.239-950.Ib 35.75-36.25, some 36.50 early; some uneven weights 35.50 35.75; 2-3 250270 Ib 35.25-36.25, mostly 35.50-36.00; Sftv- .«·»! loti earty 36.25; 2-3 270-300 Ib 34.3535.50; 1 lot 2-3 early 36.00; 2-4 300-350 Ib 33.50-34,50. Sows 50-1.00 lower; 300-600 Ib 33.00-34.00. 1 ! Cattle and calves: 5,500; steers and , heifers unevenly steady to 50 lower; steers part-load choice and prime 1,150 Ib 46.00; choice 975-1,250 Ib 44.25-45.50; good and low choice 40.50.44.25; heifers high .choice and prime 950-1,050 Ib 44.75-45.00, .With four loads at latter price; choice 850- 1,Q25' Ib 43.00-44.50; some choice muddy 42.50-43.00; good and low choice 39.5043.25; utility and commercial cows 32.5034.50; a few utility 35.00; canner cutter 30.00-32.50. Sheep: 100; too few to test trad*. Estimated receipts Thursday: Cattle and calves: 1,000; hogs 6,000; sheep 200. KANSAS CITY (AP) --Cattle 1,200; all classes mostly steady; cows high cutter, utiUty; and commercial 32.00-35.00; high dressing utility 35.25-90; feeder steers and steer calves high good and choice, rather thin 775-375 Ib 64.00-68.00; 375-500 Ib 58.0065.00; 475-650 Ib, 50.00-58.00; mostly choice, fleshy 775-950 Ib 44.00-47.00; good 530-700 Ib 44.00-50.00; feeder heifers and heifer calves high good and choice Ihln 302-390 ib 56.00-59.00; high good and choice' rather thin to moderately fleshed 360-450 (b 49.00-54.00; 450-650 Ib 44.50-49.50. ' Hogs 3,500; barrows and gilts fully 1.00 lower; instances 1.25 lower; 1-2 320-225 Ib 36.50; 1-3 300-?50 Ib 36.00-25; 2-4 250-270 Ib 35.^S'-36.00; 3-4 300-310 Ib 34.25-50, sows 5075 tower; 1-3 300-500 Ib 32.75-33.75; 2-3 450- 6QO I b 33.75-34.50. ·i Sheep' 150; spring lambs and ewes steady; spring lambs choice and prime .36.00137.00; ewes cull, utility and good wooled 11.00-15.00; shorn B.00-12.00. Estimates for Thursday: cattle 2,500; hogs ; 3,000; sheep 100. ST. "JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) --Cattle 1,000; steers and heifers uneven, steady; cows weak to 50 lower; ) si rs average to high choice 46.00 25- choice 45.50; high good and choice 44.0075; heifers average to high choice 45.00; mixed good and choice 43.50; good 42.00; high, good and choice mixed steers and heifers 43.85; cutter and utility cows'31.00-35.00. Hogs.5.000; barrows and gilts 1.00-1.25 'lOweY; 1-3 190-250 Ib 36.00 25; 2-3 250-370 Ib" 35.25-36.00; 2 4 270270 Ib 34.50-35.25; sows 25 to mostly 50 lower; 1-3 300-600 Ib 33.50-34.00. Sheep 100; generally steady on' all classes, although not enough on offer to establish prices; choice and prime spring lambs 36.00; choice wooled 34.00-35.00; Ewes utility and good 16.00-17.75. Estimates for Thursday^ cattle 2,000; ·hdg's 5,000; sheep none. POTATOES - OENVFR (AP)--Market steady. Total ·U S rail shipments 204. Trucklns: Colora- ·do 18, Idaho 3. Colorado round reds 3'/j. 3V inch, 7.25-7.50, few high as 8.00; 50 Ib. 'sacHs ?Vi-3Va inch, 4.00-4.25; film bags 510 Ib. master container 4.00 4.50; U.S. No. 7, 3 50; 20 Ib. film bags utility 1.20-1.30; /ruisefs 6.75; 6-14 oz., 7.50 8.00; 10 ot. minimum 7.25-7.50; 50 Ib. cartons BO-100, 5.255.50, some 5.00; film bags 5 10 Ib. master container 4.00-4.25; 20 Ib. film bags utility 1 25 1.30; Idaho russets 10 oz. minimum 7(*q-7i75; 50 Ib. cartons 80-100, 5.50-5.75; 'Nebraska 50 Ib. sacks round reds, V-a-V/i -inch, 3.50; new Horida 50 Ib. round reds, -5.50-6.00. Nixon asks legislation oh pensions ' WASHINGTON (AP) - Pres : ident Nixon, declaring there is "room for substantial improvement" in federal laws dealing with private pension plans, today revived 16-month-qld administration proposals virtually · intact. In a message to Congress, Nixon added little to his long- pending recommendations and rejected two ideas that he had been urged to adopt by organized labor: --The President said a proposal to provide federal'insur- ance to protect the pensions of workers who'now suffer when their employers go out of business or fall upon hard times would entail government regulation "on a scale out of keeping with our free enterprise system." --He said nothing about union recommendations that workers who change jobs be permitted to carry their pension benefits with them. Nixon's m ajor proposals were, virtually identical to those he espoused in the past. Perhaps the most important one would provide for some "vesting" of pension rights, meaning that a worker would become legally entitled upon retirement to benefits earned, regardless of whether he quit or was fired before retirement age. At present, Nixon noted, morn than two-thirds of all full- limc workers participating in private pension plans do not have such protection. Cash Grain CHICAGO ( A P ) -- Wheat No 2 soft red 2.32n; No 2 hard red 2.19n. Corn No 2 yellow 1.64 3 /4n. Oats No 2 extra heavy white 97n. Soybeans No 1 yellow 6.25 '/in. No 2 yellow corn Tuesday sold at 1.G6. " New Zealand leads the world ^in the export of Jamb and ^mutton. *· FOR SALE j. BY SHALED BIDS '-one 1970Plvmoulli Fury 1 Police Sp(r!cil,4 -floor sedan, with air conditioning. St-fllcd "bids will he Opened April 17. 1973 at 7:30 ^J\M. bv Ihc fcvnns town Hoard. ,Thr Town of Evans reserves Ihc riqhl to ·rfcr.ept or ii'jfxt ,iny or nil liirls. - Vehicle may be icen by contact int) HIP "Evflns Pnlico Department. ""the Crcelcy Daily Tribune Jrtnrrh 29, 30, 31. Aoril 11, 12, 13, 1973 7 SUMMONS 1NTHEDISTR1CTCOURT CIVILACT1ON No. 33719 ^TATCOF COLORADO ,, -COUNTY OF WELD ' -THOMAS L. BROWN, ) Local Interest Stocks Wednesday, April U Bid Asked Aff. Bank Shares 40'A 41 Bayly Mfg. 12% 13V 2 CNB 22% 23 Vi Geriatrics 9 9% Hewlett-Packard 84 84/i Home Light, Pwr. Z7' 29 MonfortofColo. 7'/» IVi Skaggs 23 V4 23% United Banks 29V 2 30 Vipont Chemical 7Vt 8 Viponl Mining l'/ s l r ;'» WoodmoorCorp. lOVi 10% -FRANKIEALICEGADBOIS, ) O, C. GADBO1S, ) ·HUBERTL. BROWN, . ) jjcceased.andall ) personswhoareor ) .clnim tobeheirs ) ·Of H U R E R T L . BROWN, ) 'deceased, Weld County ) 'William Van Pelt, 1 "State of Colorado, t IEMMAK.MURPHY, -formerly EMMA K. BROWN, ) /.and all unknown ) ^'persons who claim ) ·'anyintcrestiniho ) ' .subfect matter ot t · this action. ) -· Defendants. ) 'Tr/E\ PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF -COLORADO, TO THE DEFENDANTS ABOVE NAMFD--GREETING: · You are hereby summoned and required to file with the Clerk an answer to the . complaint within 20 days after service of ··this summons upon you. If you fail so to do, · judgment by default will be taken agdinsl "you for Ihe relief demanded in Itic com . plaint. . If service upon you is madr outside the · State of Colorado, or by publication, or if n 'copy of the complaint is not served upon '..-you with this summons, you are required '- to file your answer to Ihe complaint within ··30 days after service of this summons upon ·you. ' This is an action to Quiet Title to the ^following described property: The East -one half (E'/ 3 ) of the Southeast Quarter - SEU) and the Southwest Quarter (SW'A) * of the Southeast Quarter (SE'-'j) of Section *'?3; the South one-half (S''i) of the Soulh- ·Iwest Quarter (SWi.l) and the South one- 'half (S'.-i) of ttic Southeast Quarter (SEU) "of Section J4; Ihe North one-half (N'-i) of 'the Northwest Quarter (NW'.i), and Ihc ~North,one-half (N'.'j) of me Northeast -Quarter (NE'.i) of Section 25; the North ··one half (N'.'u) of the Northeast Quarter "(ND/4) Ot Section 26; all in Tnwnship 6 ' North, Range 61 West of Ihe 6th P.M., T.Wold County, Colorado; EXCEPT: 1. . Platted streets in the Town of Gcarhart, -and Hirst Addition lo Gnnrhart; 2. Lois 22 "and 23, 27 and 29, Block 3, Town of "Gearhart; 3. Lots 6, 9 and 10, Block 4, ,..TownofGeArh/irt;4. Lots6and32,Block 5, * Town of Gearhart; 5. Lots 28, 31 and 32, ' Block 19, First Addilion to the Town of 'Genrhart; 6. Lot 33. Block 20, Firs! Addition to Ihe Town of Gcdrhart The '-South one half (S 1 /*) ot the SoulhiMSt - Quarter (SEVj) and Ihc Northeast Qu.irler " of the Southeast Quarter of Scclion 18; the "South one-half (SVj) of the Southwest "Quarter (SWV 4 the Northeasl Quarter T(NE'/«) of Ihe Soulhwost Quarter (SWW) · and the Northeast Quarter INE'.'*) of the "Northwest Quarter (NW'/i) and the " Northeast Quarter (NEv*) of Seclion 19, I'all In Township fi North, Range 60 West o! «the 6th P.M., Morgan County, Colorado. - Dated March (1,19/3 ^.'MaryM. Conncll t. Clerk of said Court. * By Glenna Carter * W E S T A W I N T C R S * By JayD.Winlcrs Z Attorney lor Plaintiff * ' Suite 20.S, *- 1000 Tenth Street GreRley,COB0631 "I 3524905 -WARNING: If this Summons tfoos not 4 conlfljn the dockel number of Ihe civil * nclion, Ihcn Ihc Complaint may not now ho "on Illo wilh the dork ol llio Court. The .Complaint mu4t he filed wllhln ten days * of tcr IHO Summons Is sorvrd, or iho action ·"may ho dismissed wllhoul notlco upon 'your proper request lo iho Courl. Infor- *m»Hon from Iho Court concerning this ··Civil action nifty not ho av/iilnhlo until ton *cl«ys after the Summons Is sorvrd. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Case No. P 12735 ETslalC Of 1RUMAN I. G R A Y (Deceased) All persons having claims against Ihe above named estate arc required In filo Ihem lor allowance in Ihe District Court nf Weld County, Colorado, on or before the ISlhdayof November, 19/3, or said claims shall be forever bflrrrd. TRUMAN ELLIOTT GRAY EXECUTOR The Greeley Daily Tribune Apr. 11, IB, 25, May 2, 19/3 NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT INTHE DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WELD AND STATE OF COLORADO No. P-12427 ESTATE OF HERBERT A. BENNETT, V Deceased ' Notice is hereby given that We have filed our tinfll report In the District Court of Weld County, Colorado, and thdt any person desiring to object to the same shall file written objection with the said Court on or before; May a, 1973. Herbert Alden Bennett Jr. hlmcr Francis Bennett Co-Excculors Attorney: Samuel S. Telep 220 First National Bank Bldg. "Greeley, Colorado B0631 352-2369 The Greeley Daily Tribune April 4, 11,18,25,1973 Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market rested on its laurels today, poking along after three prior sessions that saw the Dow Jones average of 30 industrials climb over 337 points. The 2 p.m. Dow was down 0.38 points at 960.11 in moderate trading. Declining.issues on the New York Stock Exchange wrested a tiny lead from advancing issues, 659.to 650. · "The market is just resting," said William Nelson of Moody's Investors Service. "A little slowdown is probably a good thing for it just now." The market zoomed up after Du Pont came in with good firstrquarter earnings and a strong prediction thai business would stay good through 1974. Other big companies followed suit with excellent first-quarter results. Analysts also said the belief that the Nixon administration would curb inflation contributed to investor confidence. Kennecott Copper was the most-active on the. Big Board, unchanged at 28%. A lot of that action came in an 88,900-share block traded at 29. The S.S. Kresge Co. was second-most-active, down 1% at 38% and Woolworth was third, up V4 at 22%. The 2 p.m. index of some 1,400 common stocks listed on the NYSE was down 0.12 at 59.61. The price change index on the American Stock Exchange was unchanged at 24.17. A NERVOUS RIDER NEW YORK (AP) -- Veteran Canadian jockey Ron Turcotte says the only time he was nervous this spring aboard Kentucky Derby favorite Secretariat was in March at Aqueduct. "It was Secretariat's first 1973 race," says the 32-year-old Turcotte, "and I didn't know what to expect! Some horses are totally different during their 3-year-old seasons, but Secretariat ended my nervousness. He won his first race of 1973 by more than four lengths after being caught in a trap on the rail." CHICAGO tAP) -- Futures Irading on Ihc Chicago Mcrcanlile Exchange Tuesday: Prev. Open. .High. Low. CloseClosc LIVE BEEF CATTLE Apr 44.45 44.50 43.62 343.62 b4d.62 Jun 43.20 43.20 42.35 342.35 43.30 Auq 42.90 42.95 42.17 342.17 43.15 Del 42.35 47.35 41.55 341.55 42.60 Dec 42.60 42.67 41.62 341.67 42.90 F-eb 42.95 43.00 42.25 342.25 343.25 Apr · 43.30 43.30 42.30 342.30 43.30 53lcs: April 2436; June 4620; Auq 1910; Orl 673; Der 490; Feb 236; April 21. FEEDER CATTLE Apr 50.25 50.25 49.70 49.70 50.50 May 51.45 51.45 350.45 ct50.45 b50.45 Auq 51.37 51.40 350.37 350.37 b51.37 Sep 50.85 50.85 49.60 49.60 50.80 Ocl \ 50.00 50.00 49.37 339.47 50.37 Nov) 50.55 b51.15 349.55 ad? 55 50.55 Sales: April 6; May 9; Aug 13; Sep 7; Ocl 6; Nov 5. IDAHO POTATOES May 0.50 8.55 8.20 8.47 · 8.50 Sdles: May 22. LIVE HOGS . - - Apr 35.25 -J5.35 34.77 334.77 h36.27 Jun 35.25 35.25 34.42 34.50 36.00 Jul 35.70 35.70 34.57 34.60 36.10 Auq 34.40 34.40 33.10 33.10 34.60 Ocl 31.75 31.85 31.00 31.10 32.35 Dec 32.00 37.00 31.15 31.15 332.40 Hcb 32.00 32.00 30.90 31.10 h32.40 Apr 29.90 30.40 29.90 30.05 30.68 Sales: April 760; June 1302; July 980; Auq 240; Oct 99; Dec 126; l-eb 57; April 27. FROZEN PORK BELLIES May 51.10 51.30 50.32 d50.32 51.77 Jul 51.15 51.50 50.52 350.52 52.10 Auq 51.00 51.00 50.07 350.07 51.50 Feb 48 90 49.05 48.02 348.02 49.50 Mar 46.60 48.60 «47.60 347.80 49.30 M ay 347.50 n48.00 Sales: May 1270; July 1660; Auy 990; Feh 159; March 90 May 0. Open inleresl: May 3380; July 4241; Auq 2552; Feb 559; Marrh 36; May 3. b-Bid; a-Asked; n-Nominal. Stock market dosing pricti 'New York' (APi -- JonLlu Tuesday's closing KalsAI New York Slock Kencot Exchange selected Kraft prices: Kresge · Chnt Oil uibby Admiral 12Vi-- Vi uillon AlcanAI 2714+ tt Lockhd AlldCh 34 + *. UontSO AlldSI 27A + I% LVO AilsCh 10 + » Macke Alcoa S2Va-- % Macv AmHBSS 32V»-- Vt Madp AmAIrl Zl + /4 Magnvx ABrnds 41V.+ '/, Marti ABC 26V.-HV. Marcor AmCan 3lVa-- Vs Martin A Cyan 275i+ '/. McDon AmElP 25'/.+ »4 Merck A MIICIX 33V. 1 % XlMM AmMol B'/B-- V« Mobil ASmell 2Ut+ V, Monsnl AmSInd 1» -MSTOU AmpexCp 5V» MIFuel Anconda 21^6+ Ifc MIStTT ArmcoSl 22 -f '4 Nat csh AtlRlch 7«fc-- Ha fjaiDIs AllasCp 21/4+ VB NatGyp Avon 135V4+2V.1 Na tln BeaefFd 26%+ Vfc Na } S || BeechA 17V4 + Va Nj a n BellKow 34 ·+ V 4 Uu/IAir Bendix 38'/nl- 3/4 . 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First-quarter reports continued to show strongly, and astound even the optimists, analysts said. The rally began Monday when Du Pont came in with strong first-quarter reports and was reinforced Tuesday as Allied Chemical, Control Data, and RCA reported good showings for the quarter. . The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials climbed 12.94 points to 960.49. Advancing issues on the New York Stock Exchange, outpaced declining issues 1,009 to 471 in the 1,801 issues changing hands. The market was in an oversold condition and ready for a rally, but analysts noted that the rally had extended past the technical nature. Volume was 1C.77 million shares Tuesday, up from previous sluggish trading. The board-based NYSE index of some 1,400 common stocks finished up 0.71 at 59.73. On the American Stock Exchange, the price-change index was up .OS at 24.1?. ' American Telphone was the most-active, on the Big Board, up 1 at 52/8. On the Arnex, advances led .declines 506 to 365 in the 1,212 issues changing hands. SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) -The Chilean government will not pay International Telephone and Telegraph for its telephone company expropriated in 1970, President Salvador Allende says. "No one can dream that we are going to pay'even half a cent to this multinational company which was on the verge of plunging Chile into civil war," Allende said Tuesday at the opening of an international leftist labor union congress. Back rubs for virXty? ROME -- Ancient Romans thought that rubbing of the back was a remedy for sterility. CROC'S SUN BATH SAVED BY BERLIN BERLIN (AP) - Recently, an architect drew up plans for a 25-story addition In Berlin's swank Hotel Kchwei/.er Hof. But the director of the zoo's aquarium complained. He said that the new hotel would be so high that it would cut off the sun in which the zoo's alligators and crocodiles bask. ' Berlin's zoo is the largest in Kurope; last year drawing two million people, and Berlin takes it seriously. So the city government changed the plans. The now hotel will bo 10 stories high, not 25. Why do some people think Bud. is sort of special? Go ahead and find out why! (Brewing beer right does make a difference.) NEW YORK (AP) -- Dow Jones stock averages: Open High LowCtoe N.C. Indus. 954.B5 966.74 950.71 960.49 +12.94 Trans. 200.09 202.07 198.89 200.44 + 1.16 Ullls. 107.62 108.77 106.98 108.32 -\- 1.18 65StkS.301.64 305.12 300.13 303.14 + 3.39 transactions in stocks used in averages: Industrials ,.1,763,900 Transportation 530./00 Utilities 272,000 65 Stocks ?,S6fi,600 DEANS DENVER (AP)--General bids to grow ers w/2 crops: Pintos: U.S. No. 1, 7.50, 1 No. 2, 7.00, FOB Denver rate basis. Great Northerns: U.S. No. 1, 14.00, No. 2, 13.70, hOB Nebraska rate basis. EGGS DENVER (AP)--Market teady. Demand good, offerings adequate. Large AA 52 53! medium AA 48-49; small AA 34-35; large A 51-52; medium A 47 48; large B 31 32. Most Saint Bernard dogs weigh between 165 and 185 pounds. When you say Budweiseiv, you've said it all! ANHEUSER-BUSCH. INC. · ST.- LOUIS NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF W E L D A N D S T A T E OF COLORADO ' Civil Action No. 23B62 IN THE M A T T E R OF THE ) DETFRM1 NATION OF I N I E R E S T S ) IN PROPERTY OF ADOLPH ) R1CKER, ) a/k/a ADOLPH CARL RICK ERS, ) a/k/a A. C. RICK ERS and ADOLPH ) C.FMCKtRS ' Deceaifd. ) THE PEOPLE OF THE S T A T R OF COLORADO To: MarQaret Hickers, RR 2 Box 237A, Brighton, Colorado 00601. Henry Rickers, 7665 vallpjn Street, Denver, Colorado 80221. Shirley R. Nelson, Rt. 1 Box 439, Warrenton, Oregon 97146. heirs of said decedent, and to all persons interested. GREETING TAKE NOTICC ttialn Petition has been filed in this muse alleging that the above named decedent died leaving the following described property: Ton (10) acres of lheSE"«of the SW'/t of Iho SE'A Of Section 14, Township 8 Norlh, Range 82 West, excepting and reserving however, all ronds, said roads to be left open County of Jackson, State of Colorado That the Petition nnmes me above persons as the heirs at law of derericnl nnd the present ownor of the said properly. YOU are notified to answer said petition within 20 day* niter service of this nollce on you (It served by publication within 3U days after the last publication of I his notice) and In default of an answer Iho Court will proceed to hcnr the mutter as provided by law. Dated at Grroley, Colorado, this 11 day of March, 1973. MarvM. Connoll Clerk fly Glonnn Carter Deputy Clerk ( S E A L ) ' TlioGrcclOy Dally Tribune · AprIM, 11, IB, 95, tv?3 NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT No. 12217 Fstatf of TILLlfc .P. HAGGSTROM, a/k/d TILLIF PAULINE HAGGSTROM, a/k/a TILLIE P'. LlNDE. a/k/a TILLIE PAULINE LINDE (Deceased). Notice is hereby given lhat I have filed my final report in the District Court ot Weld County, Colorado, and that any person desiring lo object to the same shall file written objection with the said court on or before April 30, 1973. Laurence E.Linde Executor of said Estate SONHEIM8.HFLM Attorney .The Greeley Daily Tribune Mar.21,28,Apr.4, 11,1973 NOTICE OF FINALSETTLEMCNT No. P-12778 Estate of Elizabeth Haffner, a / k / a Elisabeth Haffner (Deceased). Notice is hereby given that i have filed my final report in the District Court of Weld County, Colorado, and that any person desiring to object to the same shall file written objection with the said court on or before April 23, 193. J. Dean Cole Executor of snid Fstate Edward H.Widmann Attorney The Greeley Daily Tribune Mar. 21,28, Apr. J,11,1973 SAVE AT SAFEWAY DISCOUNT White Beans Great Northern, Stokes. NOTICE Colorado, a public hearing will he held ii the Office of The Hoard ol County Com missioners of Weld County, Colorado, Weld Counly Courl House, Greoley, Colorado, ai Ihe lime specified. All per sons in any manner interested in Ihe I ,ind Use Perniil are requested lo ailend and may be heard. BE IT ALSO KNOWN that Ihe IPXl and maps so ccrlified by Ihe Wold Counly Planninn Commission may ho exam in the Office ol The Board of Counly Commissioners, Weld County Coi House, Grceloy, Colorado. Docket No. 16. Dinner Brothers c/o Molvin Dinner 300 1st National unnK Buildinn Grooicy, Colorado 60631 Dale: April ?3, 1973 Time: 10:70 A.M. Rcqucsl: Land Use Perrnll- r-eeillot Expansion. Approximately 4 miles Norlh of Greeley, Colorado. THE HOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS W E L D COUNTY, COLORADO BY: ANN SPOMHR COUNTY Cl.l-ftK AND RECORDER AND C.Lf-RK TO THE- BOARD The Greeley Daily Tribuno Apr. 11, 1973 . Stokes Foods " 5 °- 17c With Beans. 52-oz. Stokes. can Okila With Bcanl - J6 01 - CC* bniie Sfokcs . can boc Hot Chile Chile £± S Chile £1! ..f 4 * '66c "S 49c ;° 0 ' n 40c I55 °' With B ' an! 15 5 " Hot. Stokes. can Stokes. 15-01. C7. Without beans, can 3 / C Tamales S t,k 0! "« Over 10,000 Items Priced Low Every Day at Safeway! 9! Regard 14c0a 'n $ 1 46 For Wood Paneling. Kraft Cheese " p £.69c Individually wrapped. American. Crown Colony Cinnamon ""* 49c Ground. Crown Colony. Mustard 12S ;° a ' n 23c Ground. Crown Colony. Black Pepper ^ 45c Crown Colony. Seasoning ';;»33c Poultry. Crown Colony. Gloves " 25 p£39c Whole. Crown Colony. Vanilla Extract 49 °,' s 87c Crown Colony. Food Color gr; 1 ," 19c Food Color Kit 15 ;T,43c Crown Colony. Decorator Kit '·',£ 39c Crtko, Crown Colony. Def Monfe Foods Prune Juice 32g °,;:54c Del Monte. Pineapple ^ 19c Sliced or Crushed. Del Monte. Green Beans " ",, 34c Whole. Del Monie. Fancy Corn 12 ;? n 24c Whole Kernel. Golden. Del Monte. m Spinach 15 £22c Fancy. Del Monte Early Garden. i® Tomatoes 16 ;°' n 28c Stewed. Del Monte. £ Dill Pickles ";,;41c Halves. Do! Monte. Kosher Dills ","45c Halves. Del Monte. Kosher Dills 15g °,:.54c Tiny. Del Monte. Dill Spears " 75 £37c Del Monto Fresh Kosher Stylo. Tomato Sauce ";?,; 22c Del Monte. m Catsup 32 -£ 51c Del Monte. Catsup Do i Mo n ,.. 20 £38c New /ferns at Safeway Taters Snacks X 45c General Mills. Cheddar. Granola Cereal";:,; 53c Vita Crunch. Regular. Potato Flakes up \° g :55c Idahoan, Instant. Tomatoes 28 ;° a ' n 47c Hunts. Stewed. White Tuna 7 - 67c Chicken O Sea. White Albacorc in Pet Food Ka, Kan'";",, 28c Chunk Bcof, Bacon, Egg and Cheese. Stuffing Mix ';', 50c Stove Top. SAFEWAY Prices good thru Tuesday, April 17. 1973 In Grcoloy, Colo. Non* told to de«Uri, White. Ready to Spread. Sour Croam. Cooking Wine '%,; 59c Rogina Burgundy. Cooking Wine 12 ;,;59c Rogina S«utorn. Rolaids sp 0a r m . n t 9 " 75 89c Cover Girl 'i«;?VE **" Co¥erfiirl s \M wlzp t9 $ l 3S Iced Tea Mix "~ lie Kool Aid. TurbolLunch ' 5pk " 7lc W»lghr Watch«r, Gr««nl«nd. Fraion. Fillet0Fish ' ! ;;7lc Wtlght W«tcher. Fronn.

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