Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 12, 1970 · Page 46
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1-age 40 iues., ii!, Used Cora and Trucks 51 1968 CATAI.INA 4 dr., 30.000. Excellent condition. Nt-w liri'b. After 6. llM-0111. Ustd C.n mnt Trucki 51 GOOD vlcku»»s--11158 Cliev. $136, rlit-v. 3:205, 1959 Fonl VMb, K'l Camhiu ISOD. 688-2014. ·1965 Ambassador Wagon G cylinder T QQC with overdrive .-- - -- P ««« BENDER RAMBLER AMBASSADOR, JAVELIN, REBEL, AMX GREMLIN, HORNET, AUSTIN, RENAULT, MG. 125 8th Ave. 352-4358 Attention Travelers 1969 Excel Deluxe Camper- Gas Heat--Gas Stove--Ice Box--Wash Room Room to sleep six Persons Seethisat-DeBrown's Chrysler-Plymouth Greetey, Colo. AUTOMOB1LK niilut Jobs. $35, yon fnniisli iniint or SO, we funiisH \)»int. 6S7-'J2'J-1. ·6"u~sXl7E~-- *C3 Curvnlr Spyiler. bpoeJ trmmmissiuii with Turbit- Hrgur, 'i new tires, bust offer. ill syj-'»;m, Nunu. ^TcHEVBLLK S.S. :t96, 350 hurt.*-; tires, uoultract Ion WAV cmf, HiiM 1 Moiiitoi-iiiK nysU'in. Light \)lw top, ilavk Muc bottom. Cull »3-T4S6 «u- fimtact Knliih yhnw lit 7-1I on Vlh Avc. and Hlth SI. Trailers and Campers 53 Full 'OR BALK Konomy Knmpcr. back for Ion* wide iiekui. liOo-ZiUS. AV"i9lJ3~cH«iyer Bus. fi.OOO 'milus on rebuilt eiiKiiic. 1518 27th Aw. NEW uvtTCJtl) oampera $7'Jfi. Trailer 51U95. Nusscr Sales. 1084 K. 18. 'OK SALE -- Nearly new 9 fiwl 'ovoi cub Aspen camper, .su-lf coiitaiucil. 2M-797. 'oirHAUT^- Ciiiiincr. See Fred J«-k- xon. 617 Ash, Windsor or cull GSC- lMiy CAMIMOU trailer, 2.1'/a fl.. fnll.v self cnntiilnal. bike new. Will eon. Kider pickup for clmvii [)iiyiient. Jlio be teen anytime. 2519 W. tilh . SI. TliAVKI, "trailer hcaclnunrtera cicnler for Yellowstone, Monitor, Terry, Cnnlinal. Orbit tmd Uanncr. 42! 11.th Avr. yniMlTlK. Camper* 1'OK KAM'3 -- I'JGS tent ii3-47SB after 6 tun. Pickup Cov.craj-rFo.ldlng . Teflt , 1 ' . N .. . . ·''" Sulw Reiitsis ·'; · " ' - ' AVlimobiigo Camper Coaches "Exiio" 14 1« It, Travel. .-Trailer 1 vulu-iuiuk 6'sleepor ' · ' tit buUBi'i .prices.- · rBCONOMY B01DY:?,HO.P;. . 352-6l!aS ; Highway. 85-- Bvant ; '-:yot5E-'. · · · RED DALE ' '. DEALER , .Trailers and Campors Sales--Servics--Parta WESTERN HOME IMPROVEMENT 310 N. llth Ave. 353-1603 Used Cars and Trucks 51 SPECIAL THIS MONTH Chev. Powerglide Cast Iron Trans. $98.00 Exchange* 'plus oil and labor Other Transmissions Priced Accordingly BENDER RAMBLER 125 8th Ave. 352-4358 Farm Roundup YOUNG'S TRUCK SHOP 1816 1st Avenue 353-0151 or 353-8357 1966 Chev. l k Ton Pickup ----$1095 8 Ft. Fleetside, 3 speed, 6 cylinder, good shape. 1967 Ford Custom 500 ...... $1195 Air, radio, heater, 300 standard. White with red interior. 1966Bonneville2Dr.Hdtp.---$1595 Air, power steering, radio, heater, rear speakers, new tires, wide belled bias. Tan with black interior. Sharp. 1965 Ford Galaxie 500 ------- $995 2 Dr. Hdtp., standard. Red with black interior. Auto Discount Center For This Area · IT'S NO SECRET WE SELL SO MANY THAT'S THE REASON WE SELL SO CHEAP Low-Low Overhea :1 Over 175 New Used Cars Pickups To Choose From Wheeler The Dealer Hi-Way 85 at IGth St. Phone 352-7000 Harold Croissant Harry Wooldridge Bud Wooldridge Jack Wheeler, Sales Mgr. 1965 Skylark Buick 2 Dr. HI. - $ 895 j| 1qffi ..... T , , , s (l ,,,,l a ,.,l V-S Onod second car. }\ IjUJ ( M b l l d V K I d l l USED TRAVFLALLS Standard, V-8, Good second car. 1966 Skylark 44400 H.TCpe-$1495 2 Door, Vinyl Top, notch back, bucket seats. Real Sharp. $395 V-8 304, 3 speed, overdrive, custom interior -- $1495 Jill966IHCTravelall Cl! By DON KENDALL AP Farm Writir -·'WASHINGTON (AP) - The; Jnited -States is headed for anther banner wheat crop and wssible' 'further rises in the rain stockpile despite govern- lejit attempts three seasons in jrow to curb production. .Near-optimum weather in the eart of the Great Plains^ pro- uction area boosted winter vheat prospects 3 per cent last nonth, the Agriculture Depart- lieni reported Monday. Officials estimated 1970 production at 'nearly 1.1 billion mshels. This would be only 5 ser cent less than last year's vinter wheat crop but 11 par cent under the record of nearly .6 billion bushels in 1968. The spring wheat production stimate has not been made of- icially by the department but n earlier prediction indicated a crop of 218 million bushels is possible. Thus, the total crop this year could be around 1.4 billion bushels, which would rank it among he top 10 on record. The government has slicet national wheat acreage allotments sharply since 1967 ki an effort to head off rising stockpiles caused by larger world supplies of the grain and shrinking export markets. Three-years ago farmers were allocated G8.2 million acres un der federal wheat allotment pro grams. In 1968 the allotment was cu to 59.3 million acres, and las year was reduced to 51.C mil lien. For 1970 the allotment, wa: trimmed to 45.5 million acres the smallest on record of gov eminent-controlled programs. During the three-year perio I of shrinking farm allotments the United States also produce its record wheat crop--nearly 1.6 billion bushels in 1968--and saw exports dip to 544 million bushels, the lowest in a decade. Meantime, the nation's wheat surplus for the year ending June 30 may rise to 900 million bushels, the most in six years. The report said the increased winter wheat estimate was due nainly to improved conditions n Kansas and Oklahoma, where .he crop was said to be in "good to excellent" condition. Crop Reporting Board officials estimated the 1970 winter wheat'yield at an average of 32.5 bushels per acre, or 1.5 bushels more than the previous high in 1969. Wheat exports for the current fiscal year are estimated about 600 million bushels, improved from the 1963-69 1962T-Bird A Real Good Second Car. 1962 Ford Galaxie 500 4 Dr. - - $ 90 ' V-8 304, automatic, power steering and brakes, air conditioning:. Full M OQI custom interior. Extra Clean vplOJ 1968IHCTravelall V-8 345, 4 speed, full custom, power lending associations, which serve about one million farmers and 3,000 co-ops. Last year lese groups lent nearly $11 billion to members. The new bonds will be Issued each month. They will carry a five-year maturity but can be redeemed at any lime without oss of principal, though interest return will be reduced on redemptions within one year of sale, the announcement said. WASHINGTON (AP) - Late- spring supplies of watermelons are down 11 per cent from last year, says the Agriculture De- lartment. Marketings from Florida are expected to be large from Florila growers by mid-month, the department said in a report, and the California harvest is expected to start by late in the nonth. · AURORA (AP) commander of th Foreign Wars said le is offering tf 'fie or^uniZcuion i jcrs to tnc Ijcn 1 jartment to use ' see fit," at the Virtf/lf "U7 Dn(«». victor w. jreiei said he had talke vcr Police Depar ing his organizal "I don't know vi they need-- but if public informed o on, through a line" arrangemen rumors, we'll do thing else asked son said. H e said the VF is "danged pertui going on Ihe univ Oilfield Roun DENVER (AP)-Shell Oil and Union Pacific Railroad completed the second successful wildcat oil well last week in exploration of the southwestern part of Denver Julcsburg Basin, Petroleum information reported. The Elbert County discovery, NW SW 20-6S-62W, 33 m i l e s southeast of Denver,. was rated at three million cubic feet of gas and 108 barrels of 60-gravity condensale daily from J-sanc following a four-point test. Earlier, Shell and Union Pacific slaked location for a re- mole Elbert County wildcat about 36 miles southeast ol Ironhorse, Colo. Another discovery near Denver, in Adams County With Officers V d Trees Burn n H a r o l d Andrews, Gill -· reported Monday night some t trees were on fire near his 20-3S-G3W, was Vessels Jr. It wa cat in the Denve Gl-wcll scries in Basin to indicate R. H. Fulton new exploration test of Arbuckle ty ot eastern Cole wildcat drilling community is about 35 miles production. In Wyoming, \ light field are? County was re completed a we side of Hilight fl rale of 5832 bar Anderson Oil thai flowed 324C also in 12-45N-71 Northeast of I31-47N-GS1W. Colo and Baumgartne a discoverv flm\ daily northeast In the Four i m o n i i t n i n n r e home. Sheriff's officers in-|cn]ora"rin Ppnii i- vestigated and called the Kersey Fire Department. The d fire was believed caused bj e some ditches being burnec s earlier in the day. * Break-in Attempted d Joe Goddar, 127 E. 18th St. . reported an attempted break-ir new exploration Iv about six Rangelv field. Pittsburg Coal they would drill in Montezuma C Activity in (he ios also feature '" Monday morning. | lions. r . Prowlers Reported In North Dak 5 The Sheriff's office and Evans side of Willisla '. marshal received two com-: Fox Drilling plaints Monday night of two; for a remote t lt juvenile boys prowling about aibrian jn Kamse a t home under construction ot , Sunset Drive in Evans. On i in Aloiuana, 3 scheduled an o w witness said the boys seemed! River discover. :,, In be Irvine to steal wood from Pass area of n 16,000 niem- '"hot a remote in the small in 15-26S-56W, state VJ-W Chief Offers Services To Help at DU ^Q On DU Campus DENVER (AP) - Lt. Gov; TM uo, a,., ,,,,, W1C , Mark A. Hogan said Monday he at the University of made two extrended trips 10 tne · University of Qenver campus- luring the day' to view demon- v strations there and saw no evidence of brutality. Hogan, the stale's acting gov- ·. ernor, reporled he saw "not a .· single drop of blood." ' He described what he called ·. the "obscenity decibel level" as ower than during the protest ·ally at the capitol last Satur-.' The lieutenant governor said he went in with Denver police when they moved into the area Monday morning. "I had tremendous admiration for Hie way they handled themselves," he said.. "They showed a great deal of patience." Hogan also praised student marshals and special marshals- from the law school for their conduct. The lieutenant governor said that he watched the cluster-of' lean - tos the students called Woodstock being torn down late ; in the morning, Ihen saw it being rebuilt during an hour and a half trip in the afternoon. He reported he 'went to the . area unannounced Saturday;, evening, accompanied by two : area of Campbell other persons whom 'he de-; reported. Inexco scribed only as "friends." · He said they wandered' through Woodstock and talked ·rels daily. And with occupants, few of whom added another recognized him. During the trip, Hogan said, he also visited se--, curity offices on the campus, the student ''.nion, student mar- · 31-47N-0!)W. Colorado Oil GasUhals and the administration of- and Baumgartner Oil completed![ice. He conferred.Sunday with a discovery flowing 187 barrels administrators and I aw'en force", ment officers, Hogan added, · and drove past the campus two Western O r three times. ' ' · :i He disclosed he put- the State i liangely field. Cherokee aiulj con tinued, the only use of the Pittsbtirg Coal i- Mining said| patro i was ( 0 police four inter- lliey would drill a Paradox testj sec (j ons j n t| le Denver-Univer- in Monte/lima County, Colorado. l si(v arca a [( er city patrolmen Activityjn (he Northern Rock-! wn ' 0 had been manning them had been called to other duties. The lieutenant governor said , L j h e has been keeping in touch other universi- by telephone. ' U l l l l l l ^ l I I 111 W l l .1 set to its Hod I in the Sioux proved from the ISH.S-W 10 v ' b rf, v i ,, to ste al wood from 1 Pass area of Richland Counlv.' mark, while domestic use is °J* trying to steal wood irow, ^ ^^ ^ w . )s y l a k ' d nrniooloH al 7fln mtllinn tneaiii.. i ,,·· _ /-. ... .1, projected at 780 million. Unless total use increases I during the year beginning July 1 =jthe new crop now being prcdicl- E -ied could be slightly larger than I! what is needed to meet 1970-71 f commitments and add further I1 to the stockpile. W Break-in Reported Officer Clifford Land reporled I in Powder River County, south- i west of Li Norwood is a sc . Monday night there had been! a break in at Western Home I . · improvement Loss was not r ^ ^j--^"^--csted immediately determined. ! Tire Gone Matador arca on the slops o f j t r a f f i c school. In The Courts | .MUNICIPAL COURT William Benson, 2714 9th Ave.,' speeding, $30. Bentnn L. Crowell Jr.,'2616. 21st Ave., stop sign, $15 and traffic school. Marilyn Frilzler, 2402 23rd' Ave., careless driving^ $15 and' Keeds transmission. (API -S R'- cllarles Arvas and L f -.north \Hl V - ; Mountains in! Albert Gutierrez Jr., 918 4th Ccn-jSt., careless driving, $15 and I31(! llth $15 and For Roy Brinkman BOB MARKLEY'S BUG HOUSE 352-9141 Mrs. Louise Randolph, 11071 i St. Rd., told police Monday! In olher developments: [careless driving, $25. Nebraska-Elcr Oil staked lo : \Vn\iie Langham, 2008 25th ELLIS CAPP ^ Agriculture Department says. Jim Morton | officials said 41 cents of each rs spent on . , .... --------n .._. food went to night her son Steve had foundation for a 4,58o - foot J - sand St., speeding. $30. T nn nroducers in January-March ' a tape deck and eight tapes in. test in Scotts Bluff County. The; Robert C. L ,1 I W W i 5' farm-originated ^nroducers in January-March a tape ec an eg apes n. test n c o t s u o u n y . e; Robert C. Lopez, I ! This was the same share as for I a ditch near the Cunningham, wildcat, 1 Jurgens SW SW 3G-| carcless driving, $15. ' *' " " *~ '" " Jl "'" r ·-"" ' ' ' ~ ... r. . . _ . . . Eaton, East on 8th St. '70 VW Square Back ?27!)5 Loaded ^-/accessories 8,1)00 miles. '68 VW Sedan $1575 Durk Green. '68 VW Sedan S1745 Red. Auto, traus., air conditioning. ·T,7 VW Sedan 81380 While. 4 siiml. '67 VW Square Ruck . SI 680 White, 4 speed. '66 VW Sta. Wffn. .. 51495 Dark Maroon. ·65 VW Sedan §995 A l l Red, 4 speed. '63 VW Serlan $890 Light Green. '69 VW Sedan $1795 Dark Blue, 4 speed. '68 VW Sedan $1545 Dnrk Blue. '68 VW Sedan $1580 All Red, 4 speed '67 VW Fastback . ?1595 White in color. '67 VW Sta. Wrn. .. $1795 Lislit Blue. '66 VW Sedan $1295 Bright. Orange, 4 speed. '64 VW Sedan $980 Light. Green. '61 VW Sedan - $690 All White. Sharp. Auctions 54 Auctions 1 11 HUGE ANTIQUE AUCTION m s l r h i s was the same share as for [a i'the last three quarters of 1969 = Hand the highest yearly rale fLsince 1955, according to depart-- I ment records. The share is based on a list of "market basket" items which economists have used over the years to show changes in costs producing, transporting and 54| apartments. H was believed :22X-54\V, is a mile and a half: Kenneth Lockhart, 2(543 17lh these may have been stolen .southwest of Minatare field and^e., speeding, $20 and traffic from a car parked at the,two miles northwest of Oregoni scn0 o|. apartment complex. [Trail field. i LeRoy Mestas. 1G20 5th St., Theft Reported ! Utah-Mountain Fuel Supply uttering, $15 suspended. Horton Murray, Harrison!set pipe to 10,021 feet and is; Charles Nelson, 1801 14th St., Hall, reported Monday a spare';waiting en completion rig at l. spee ding. $20. tire, wheel and windshield;Sink Draw. SW XL 22-3S-7W in, Joan M VanMatre: 1820 8th washer reservoir were stolen'Duchesne County. And pipe was, Avc parking on private SATURDAY,. MAY 16, ' 11:30 A.M. SHARP! from his car. Windshields Broken set to total depth of 5.489 feel at Globe Minerals 1 Monada Steve DeBrown of DeBrowniStatc NW NW 2-GS-19E in Uintah| d n m k ] $ , 3 Partial list of items: China vabim'ts. sw.rc'iaries. roll top desk -- 1 liarrel hack, walnut luiukrasR socrdliiry, 3 piece inarhle top bdnn. suites, hall trees, pjayer piano Hint works, piano rolls, church uriinn. pump type, round oak tallies -1 claw, side hoards, music cahinet. 3 piece oak Mrm. set. '1 parlor sets, dining room set w i t h pxirn large legs, spinet desk, step down dresser, clocks, occasional tallies, sets of chairs, commodes, .1 Tiffany type lamp shade, pict.nri; frames, pitcher and povvl sets, hall racks, pedesals, cut glass, pressed glass, china, camel hack trunks, many many more items, too numerous to mention Due to such a large consignment, the sale will ? : ~$v start, at. 11:30 a.m. SHARP! {Sg Auction conducted by Albach Auction Co., Y mile west of Evans in the Faber Auction BIdg. Ji-S; marketing food products. ££' Officials said in a preliminary £j report that the retail cost of ,,.,,,, _ ^.'-'market basket taxis during the Chrysler, 817 7lh St., told policej Counl '- . . .,,,,,,. . ,,, ffi first quarter was an annual rate Monday the windshields were · Vew Mexico-urn Uil siaKca d r u n k ) ?25 ;® of $1,225 or a 2.2 per cent gain broken on two used cars. I ^l 1 ,, 1 !?",., ''fTn onn r t l -- fef from last October-November. Vandalism, Theft Reported -12-18N-DW a projected 9,200-foot! A f - Larry Magnuson, 1949 23rd 1^' 'o prc-Camhnan en ..-. A M C f w property. $5. Gilbert Mohan Jr., Denver, John Flores Jr., 1029'4thSt., Auctioneers: Gail Albach and Associates. For information call 352-8248 in Greeley. -OTHER FINE MAKES-- '69 Pontinc, GTU . $2290 I spi.'ed, Hrif;hl Turquoise. '66 Comet Caliente .. ?1180 Cold 4 Dr.. V-S, auto, trans., power sleer- in(,' and hrakcs. '65 Impala S.S 51195 White, auto, trans., air cond. 'OS C'amaro R S . .. $2095 3^7. auto. Irnns., power steering. $$: fe^Si^'^ w^.^:- ; iU!iv^ "Ji?. SColoradans Send Of this, farmers received $505 £· while it cost $720 to market the. ;lf I products between the farm and "^ retail shelves. This compared with the farm share of $488 in October-Novenmber and the middleman cost of $711 during the fourth quarter of 19C9, the report said. In 1904 the total market basket of food cost $1,080 with the farmer getting $414 or 38 cents of each food dollar, and the middleman $666, the report showed "Compared with the firsi quarter of 1969," the report 1 said, "returns to farmers were up 11.5 per cent. Sharp in- JSj creases for meat animals, eggs inland fresh vegetables contribut- significantly to the rise." iAustral Oil Co. ijcii i v .itiaunuciuiit j^-ii» *-i/i u . _ , ,~. Ave. "Ct., reported Monday i south end^ the San Juan Ba- K J C . . L _ ; J - .. someone had put something i n i TM m McMnley County Ihe I N O U D S I Q I O r y Ih. n n = I n n t nf Hie oar n n f l ' w i l d c a t IS four miles HOrtllWestl , X the gas tank of his car and. had stolen about $50 in tools. John told I ;of Torrcon field. And M a n c o s j I S Noted Chico Limited staked location n i f i l l i n of W e l d ' r o 1 ' a scheduled 2,500-foot Damp sir, uih AVP I kola test in Western Sandoval mation of a nuclear engineering 1 vand-ifo had been' Counl y- The wildcat, 1 Chico'subsidiary was announced Mon- botlles and truck|ATMyo. NE NE MBFMW, is ll'day by Austral Oil Co. Doiutb ana UUCK ' , . . ,, . r .,, T . , . sj. HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) -- For- mirrors at that location. Damage Reported ficld Cliff Burbridge of Burbridgei Truck Co., 837 A St., reported Monday someone had driven a truck into a ditch damaging thC| truck tires and causing other; damage in the yard. Purse Stolen . miIcs southwest of the San Juan C. W. Leisk president, said Hospital Dismissals '66 Chevrolet ^Approval Wire $1295 ©JFor President Maroon 4 Hr. H.T., ^#| f f j DENVER (Al')-A telegram ?f ;of support for President Nix- V-8. auto, trans., power steering. Scott of Pennsylvania, H o u s e WASHINGTON (AP) - The Minority Leader Gerald Ford of Farm Credit Administration hasjPaTMecl U a c n m a n u i M c c 2 | j | h ' Helen Ring, 105 8th Avc., told M 11: Don na Tomky, police Monday her purse wasj] I a r r i s o n j| all . \villiom Boney, i «ml,.n from her car while it .was| Wcl j olla . j u | m Gigliotti, 1408 Michigan. U.S. Sens. Gordon Al- announced a new securities pro-' lotl. and Peter Dominick, both I gram aimed at giving farmers R-Colo., and Rep. Don Brotzman, R-Colo. Last November, Wogan or- '62 Rambler American .. 8445 LiKht Green Station actions m Cambodia wasi 2 p^ 00 persnns paid fn ' r their 5,5, 'sent, to Republican Congression- namcs | 0 h e added helow a ral11 n f support lo Nixon on BOB MARKLEY Small f a r Headquarters In Grceley Next to Gibson's ''»- al leaders Monday bearing thc;i c | C g ra '.'. j signatures of 5,72f! Coloradans.i|| ]c p .... President's Vietnam war State Sen. John Wogan Jr.,|p 0 |j c ies. who is Denver CTOP chairman, { --_ said because of the cost of an opportunity to invest in their own credit cooperatives such as federal land bank and production credit associations. E. A. Jaenke. FCA governor, said the new "farm credit investment bonds" will be sold in Supply. Some of the papers and I credit cards were later recover- ed. Bikes Stolen Ihe new firm, Austral Nuclear Engineering Corp., will offer a j f u l l range of services to eyalu- jate, initiate and execute nu- Iclear engineering projects. In : eluded will be negotiations with . _ governmental agencies. Dismissed from Weld County, At an a n n u a i stockholders General Hospital__ on Monday,| mce|i ,, g Leisk said d r i l l i n g has " s t a r t e d for re-entry of the underground cavity created Sept. 10 by the detonation of a 40-kilo- .ton nuclear device at a depth of i 8,400 feet in western Colorado. Kc-enlry is scheduled at a dep- Ave . ]{ 0 i, cr t Outlaw, III.; Mrs. KeenestTM rg; Hattie Ralph Eubanks, 1434 l l t h St.; William Ray, th of about 8,000 feel. Meanwhile, C. Ray Williams, John Buena Vista Dr.; Duncan Jr^afe'.TM* " amcd Rocky Mountain T o m L e s S e , - , 8 2 9 t 7 t h S . . , t o l d ' police Monday his bicycle was ,,,, on . stolen from his home and Frank ^ughte?, L Salle; Mrs. Gerald!** 1 "^ cn S m TM rr , Iorrth , e Austral Anders, 1525 13th Avc., reported j. in f z ,,,,',, 24 ,, I71h A il office in Rifle Colo wo ,.,,,.. .mion fmm ! "" IV, ' r , r , Oil office in Rifle, Colo multiples of $1,000 to members| University and employes of the system's banks and associations. Jaenke said the bond sales his was stolen from the! will not compete or dilute the ·q Glenn Webb and dauchtcr'! The ex P losion was part of an Isim- Mrs Sydnev^ Srs'r industr y-g° vcrnment s l u d y to - ,o, 1 i, Ave ; Samue y i Sffi;l"clermine the feasibility of the John Aguilar, 41421st St., lold |Galeton; Mrs . M Paul, Lai«« «'"««' ^^^ Car Hits House police Monday a car had been: hacked into the side of his house about 10 p.m. Sunday. later determined this! 1960 sedan driven by| Lewis, 408 21st St. Salle; Eric and Darrell Brun- iier, Windsor; Steven Mnlcno, Gilcrest. ulato natural gas production from tight formations that do nit r e s p o n d to conventional I methods. : l ; Nixon SYDNEY - Prince Charlrs 1 LOXDON -- Intern's wivci " would"dr'np 1.2 hillioniholdc"rs-is made up of 37 nio^ Minor damage was rcporlcd ^surfed at Coogcc Beach wlnl.-',!,-,y will, their husbands in hos- ' . .. · ( _ i _ .. _ i ? 1 .,!,_ ,,,,,! 1 1flA nolicios \VHS soul tit cxinp"-. »i«jm" *·· "t* - -- i ~" ~ ~ ~ · , ~, ., , j Senat, Hcpub'iclni leader Ihighgallons of water on Ihe capital.icralive banks and 1,100 local'both house and car. iherc.

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