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Page 34 GREELEY TRIBUNE Wed., May 1,1, 1970 Used Cora and Trucks 5 ) LOW priced cart and pickups. Lurry Doreey Tnuisear Ac to gulei. Highway K._Evan». 353-5B05. "GS CORVKTTK -127. Low milcnk't. 4 »IHT(]. N*"' tiers. Must sell. JJI6V6 ur make offer. 361-8SSI evoninns. \VE STILL Bpeclaliw In automatic tran jmisbion repairs. Bender Ram- _bltr. 12B_ 8th Ave. *6l JBCP -- roll bar. rhro top ami hubs, t n w i n s Iwir 352-S934 after 6. e wheels. 963 CHEVY 4 tlwr hardtop Imiialn. Air iromlitioniiiK. new premium lives. 327 eiiKMiv. ?500 cash. Phone 3529343. _ FOR SALE ·- *G3 CorvMr Spydcr. ·I uppod transmission w i t h Turbo- ohiirst'i', 2 new tires. Best offer. (.'all M'7-2327. Nunn. FOR SALK -- 1965 R»mbl*r American. '69 DODGK Smtf-r B excellent condition. $:500. See at 1G»0 13th Av a f t e r f. 1963 R A M B L K R Ambassador, nic cor ditmmr. f u l l power. OH a f t e r J 353-40PO. 19D2 CHEVROLET Imixiln. 327, tape dock, fours peakers. reverberator, bucket Benin, radio. 352-7123 after B FOR SALE -- 1966 Olds. Must be "!'] lo settle estate. Hours Mumhiy- Thursday 5 to 7, Saturday 9 to 352-43C2. 1965 CHEVELLK S.S. 336. Sou horse- pmvor 4 speed. r,,xdyenr Poly (lliis tires, iiositinction rear end. liwh MoniUtrinK t-ysteni. Uchl blue tuu dark blue bottom. Call 353-7486 o contact Ralnli Shaw «t 7-11 on S t h l Ave. and 16th St. Used Cars and Trucks 51 i-cllont '2-1 ilition. Aver- gnllon. 0*1 7S5- 1071) VW. tmnrouf, w i t h balitncp of warranty. Trade for older VW. Also dune biiKKV Hurts and kils. 362-6G2S, or evening. 352-5410. 1967 C O U G A R 39(1 GT 3 upewl. auto- nmlitr. White w i t h ml inlcrlur. Wai: wheels, 1202 Sth St. 353-1051 between 5 and 9. D U M P truck. 1051 Ford. Rebuilt ei Kino. Kxct'tlent rubber. Good pnin joli. With 18 (t. construction trails: Sl.OflO. 404',i 18th St. a3-SSSS days ur 3ii3.77Gl after b. 196S M E R C U R Y Commuter wncnti. papsenRor, power steering, bruke factory air conditioner, cruise coi trol, power seat, power door lock tinted glass, n m / f i n stereo rudio vinyl roof, IUKRHRC rack. 19,000 niili ?3.3."0. 353-3802. Pontiacs-Pontiacs CHECK THIS BEAUTIFUL SELECTION '69 Firebird Two Door Hard-top 350 V-8, four speed, console, bucket seats, vinyl top, rally wheels, belted tires, RH, 1 careful owner, 6,000 miles. "It's beautiful." '67 Le Mans Two Door Sport Coupe V-8, factory 4 speed, bucket seats, p. steering, radio, 1 owner, low miles. Beautiful marina blue. "Check this one today." '65 Grand Prix Two Door Hard-top Auto, trans., p. steering brakes, factory air, RH, console, bucket seats, 1 owner. "Like new." '66 Bonneville 4 Door Hard-top Full power equipped, plus factory air, top, new premium tires, 1 owner, low "You must see this car." vinyl A BUY! '68 GTO Two Door Hard-top 400 V-8, floor shift, p. steering, air conditioned, rally wheels, bucket seats, new oval tires, RI-I, one owner, low miles. "None nicer." '65 Bonneville 4 Door Hard-top Auto, trans., full power equipped, factory air, radio, yellow in color matching interior. '67 GTO Two Door Hard-top V-8 motor, dual transmission, p. steering brakes, bucket seats, 1 owner, 30,000 miles. White in color. "Look it over today." '61 Tempest Four Door Sedan Automatic trans., radio, heater, etc. Lot of good transportation here. '66 GTO Two Door Hard-top 4 speed, V-8 mag wheels, engine. Red where." SEEJTJODAY! '66 GTO Two Door Hard-top 80 MORE OTHER MAKES MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM BOOTS AUTO SALES (OPEN E V E N I N G S TILL 8 P.M.) 2329 8th Avp. 353-0054 Us«d Cars and Trucks 51 I960 C U K V K L L K Mallbu 2 door. Automatic trHntniiisHion, V-8, power «tei*r- iiK. Call 362-0391. Trailers and Campers 53 NKW overcab campers $71)5. Tmileri $1005. NuKwr Sales, 1034 E. 18. FOR SALK -- Nearly now fl foot, nver cab A»pen camper, self contained. 2S-1-7975. FOR SALK -- Camper. See Fred Jnok- 5on. 617 Ash. Windsor or call G86- zxw. 1909 C A M I ' K R trailer. 25U- ft., f u l l y self contained. Like new. Will c.m- aider pickup for down pnvinenl. Muy be seen anytime. 2519 W. 6th St. ["RAVEL trailer hcudnuartcra dealer for Yellowstone. Monitor, Tern-, Cardinal. Orbit and Banner. 422 llth Ave. 352-3718. YOUK RED DALE DEALER Trailers and Campers Sales -- Service -- Parti WESTERN HOME IMPROVEMENT 310 N. llth Ave. 353-1603 Trailers and Camperi 53 FOB SALK Konomy Kimppr. Full back fur lonu wicl« |ilrkui. 363-279S. ''(Hi SALK -- 1908 lent i-amper. 1'h. 353-4785 utter 6 p.m. "KONOMY KAMPEUS" Best Mndo PicMip Covers -- Folding Teut Campers Sales Rentals \Vimielmfio Cannier Coaches "Expo" l-l'/u ft. Travel Trailer valu-pau:k 6 sleeper at budget prices ECONOMY BODY SHOP 352-6623 Highway 85 -- Evans Buying A NEW Home? Read classifications 27 Save on furnishings -and 30 for real household bargains. 1968 Rebel SST V-8, automatic, power (M QQR steering, bucket seats _ vpiJjJ BENDER RAMBLER COUNTY COURT Judges Let West and Sidney Emeson Frank Bolcllo Jr., Johnstown, careless driving, $10 and costs T h o m a s Mason Calvert, larrison Hall, no motorcycle lelmet, $10 and costs. Charles Lee Johnson, Eaton, stop sign, $8 and costs. W i 11 i a m George Wyrick, 1530V4 10th Ave., speeding, $25 AMBASSADOR, JAVELIN, REBEL, AMX GREMLIN, HORNET, AUSTIN, RENAULT, MG. 125 8th Ave. 352-4358 YOU'LL HOWL WHEN YOU SEE THESE DEALS j. Business Is Good. Come In And Take Advantage Of Low Prices High Quality In the Courts driving under the influence,$125 $40 suspended; driving under s u s p e n s i o n , dismissed; no operator's license, $10 am Lcroy Ruben Salazar, Rt. Greeley, driving under the influence, dismissed; driving while ability impaired, $125 am costs. Carl Andrew Carrillo, Denver careless driving, $10 and costs. and costs Dayton Leroy Hays, Kay Ellen Renfrou, 1037 30th Fort Ave. Ct. careless driving Jollins, speeding, $25 and costs. R o b e r t Newton Stewart, Denver, careless driving, $10 and costs, both suspended. Kent Allen Woods, Ault, motorcycle goggles, $20 costs. Jack Clinton Langley, Rt. 5 Greeley, no registration, $10; : ailed to comply wilh inspection iaw, ?ii and costs. Gottlieb Bohlender, 1107 30th St. Rd., failed to stop al railroad crossing, $10 and costs. and suspended. R u d y William, Joseph Steven Richman, 1128 dismissed. 9lh St., careless driving, $10 and cosls. M a r c o Torres, Gilcrest, With Officers Fir. Sheriff's Extinguished officers and the Platte Valley Fire Department vere again called Tuesday southeast of Gill to put out a ire in some trees. The trees lad caught on fire Monday night and apparently some sparks remained which the wind "anned into a new fire. The REA was also called Tuesday to repair some damaged wires. Theft, Damage Reported Gary Orr. 1433 24th Ave., told sheriff's officers Tuesday some (parts and the registration was 'stolen from his car while the |car was parked at West High ' ;pn n i- i nil n r\ n T ^oinr MTM' was P alW!U al " LSl n 'R n '69 Pontiac Le Mans 2 Dr. H.T. - $3395 j ^ °i±!J fricnd ' s car jjji) Power brakes, and steering, factory air con|i([, ditioning, factory warranty. it '69 Buick Elec. 4 Dr. Sd. BIG DISCOUNT had been damaged. ^J Billfold Stolen (P Thomas Blanlon, 1429 8th St., i-vtold police Tuesday afternoon Jl'hree white, vouths stole his dismissed; violated restriction; on I e a r n e r ' s permit, $lt suspended and cosls. Nealie E. Grant, Utah, hilcl hiking, $5 and costs, botl driving under the dismissed; impaired c a r e l e s s dismissed; speeding, costs. Ronald Gene Lankert, North Carolina, no chauffeur's license Brighton influence driving driving $25 am Harold Eugene Rohloff, 173' 7th Ave., eluding police, $15 and Jerry Lee Valdez, 1421 8th St. d r i v i n g under suspension d i s m i s s e d ; no operator's license, dismissed. B a l d e m a n Salas, Texas careless driving, $10 and costs. John Charles Hickman, 1533 13th Ave., failed to yield righi of way, dismissed. Don R i c h a r d Chism Lakewood, speeding, $25 am costs. Gregory Ellis Yob, California speeding, $25, $10 suspended and costs. Charles Raymond Woodan Johnstown, speeding, $25, $11 suspended, and costs. Charles Johnstown costs. Richard Raymond speeding Woodard $25 am Thomas Vosburgh Human Awareness Week Being Held at UNC by President Darrell Holmes. "At this point in lime, it would seem appropriate to observe a week devoted to Faculty members at the University of Northern Colorado lave been invited to devote one class period this week to ex- _. . . Coring the relationship between seeking a belter understanding lis discipline and human jeings. Called "Human Awareness Week," the idea was generated Game Wardens' Kidnap Sparks Hunt for Trio BUFFALO, Wyo. (AP) - Authorities in Buifalo have issued an all-points bulletin for two men and a woman after an encounter near Lake DeSmet which ended with two game wardens being held hostage at gunpoint Tuesday afternoon. Johnson County Sheriff B. H. Turk said Kenneth Wright of Fort Smith, Ark. and Robert Carner of Memphis, Tenn., are named in the warrants. An unidentified woman companion also is sought. Turk said game wardens John Steigelman of Sheridan and Jack Wilson of Buffalo arrested the men for fishing without a license at Lake DeSmet Tuesday. A check uncovered that South of what it means to be a human being in this society of ours," Holmes said in a statement to the faculty. He suggestcd that it be kept quite simple. The faculty was' invited to explore the question, what does the subject matter of concern contribute to an understanding of human beings? The Student Congress and Faculty Senate endorsed the concept. "It is a shared hope," Holmes said, "that general discussions can bring about a lillle better understanding of the complexities and dimensions of the problems involved in living on this planet and in this community." Human Awareness Week was planned long before the national student strike of Inst week, gained support. However, activities of (lie past weekend on campuses throughout the nation have added to the need for c l a s s r o o m consideration o f human awareness, the administration emphasizes. Sheets Wins Slot Car Race In the 200-lap "B" kit slot men matching their descriptions on charges of passing bogus money, so the wardens went place ' laps 19 sections. K u r t Pope ! placed a close second with 198 money, so e w a r e n s wen 5 ( j Don Kcrsbc ,. gcn back o the lake anc I asked the M ,, , , ., h m , » nf| - to return to Buffalo for questioning. Butch Kalon placed o, . , . . . , . D o n a l d Kersbergen was .? te ^l man ,_^ ld , he , was d , m ': faslest qualifier w i t h 11 laps 7'.i This car is fully equipped with air cond., full power, other accessories. Fort Collins, no motorcycle endorsement, $16 and cosls. Robert Lee Dusin, 1225 12th Ave., careless driving, $15 and cosls. Robert James Sumncr. 1108 ilSth St., no valid operator's billfold. He said he had jjusl got-j|j ccri se, $10, $5 suspended, and ten off the bus in front of hiS' C o S t s home. The youths got off behind i gantns D. Valadez Windsor, ing Carner back to Inwn whniv e ' ( .(j ( ' )]is a .38-caliber revolver was stuck f vv i ! '. , . .. i t j i j j 11 I .M3.\l S L i i u u i i i u u i in_j en i ^ i ' i i .· in his ribs. He then stopped the 87 ccn(s S|()rc wi| , bo Sumlay '69 Pontiac Grand Prix $4695 This is a Demonstrator 2 Dr. Hdtp., Air conditioning. Never been licensed. '69 Chevrolet Impala 2 Dr. H.T. $2895 One of Chevrolet's finest cars, low mileage, well equipped. ) '68 Chevrolet Camaro $2295? 350 engine, 4 speed transmission, radio. '68 Pontiac Catalina 4 Dr. Sed.-$2195 Air conditioning, a m / f m stereo radio, power steering and brakes, one owner. '68 VW 2 Door Deluxe---- iim and then asked for some j speeding, $25 and costs, a dollar. As he tookj Karim Sanders Fox, Fort billfold they grabbed itjCollins, failed to yield right-of.% . U L I L ill:* u i i u i H U inc^ ^ i c i i ' u m it - ^liawav from him and ran. Bianton S15 and costs: operated ^ i i u i i u ^ . i i r . , i u n i t u i t u t u n . ·^·uiii». ^yti\, Ol' nllll UUCHS. ujrcioicu (pjsaid there was about $70 to $80! non . rc gi s ( ere d v e h i c l e , $10 ^stolen · · · (P Scaffold Gone suspended. Roberto ----$1595 '68 Volvo 4 Dr. Sedan $2395 Police received a report Tues- Jday morning that a rolling (P s c a f f o l d valued at S110 belonging to Acoustics and Specialties, Denver, was stolen from Monfort Packing Plant. Report Chocked I Tuesday night police received la report of a person in cowboy j h n t , denim jacket and driving a Ian 19fi3 Chevrolet who stole gasoline from a car parked in the alley between 2-lth and 25th Avenues and 9th and 10 Streets. Castillo, Lucerne, Next scheduled race at Don's The person police arrived. was gone when j ^ Air conditioniiifr, am, fin stereo radio, over- j j]) drive. Very Clean. ||'67 Pontiac 4 Dr. Sedan $2295 1:V Power steering and brakes, new paint, Very j ^ Clean. IJ '67 Ford Station Wagon $2395 ['·v Power steering and brakes, air conditioning, \\% low mileage, locally owned. Needs a home. |:| '66 Chevrolet Bel Air 4 Dr. Sed. $1395 i l l j Standard transmission, 6 cylinder, radio, j!;r heater. Hospital Dismissals f! Di?mi??pd from Weld County ^'General Hospital on Tuesday^ ' violated restrictions on learner's permit, $10 and costs. ·lose Costillo, Lucerne, permitted unauthorized minor to drive, $15 and costs. Betty Jean Kelly, 506 16th St., failed to report accident, $10 suspended and costs. James Edward Brown .Ir., Evans, speeding, $25 and costs. Gerald L. Arnold, Fort Collins, speeding, $30 and costs. Betsy Medina 947Vi 1st St., returned to driving lane too soon after passing, $10 and cosls; no operator's license, $25. Karen Marie Hartsock, Fort Lupton, careless driving, $15 and costs. Arlene Ruth Seay, La Salle. stop sign, $8 suspended and costs. Richard Neil Early, Wilson, in another car. stopped lo see what the matter was and also found himself at the wrong end of a gun. The men then put Steigelman and Wilson in the back seat of Ihe car and drove north on Interstate 90 -- letting the two wardens out alter a short dis-| tance. Wright, Carner and woman continued driving north | on the freeway. Sheriff Turk said Ihe wardens! became suspicious when Wright and Carner were taken into Buffalo on the fishing violations. They were released after paying evening at 7:30 for Advanced Kit slot car drivers. $25 fines, but the wardens noted the car registration didn't carry either of the names authorities. A check with authorities said .mder way for persons who had ""TM wl- 'I''" 1 Rir's w i l l meet been passing counterfeit $1IM ;il t h e '""i" 1 "f Kvrlyn Hoover, 'ls. i Hl» l l l l i St., and ride bicycles Following a hunch, wardens' t n l s l a n r i (;rm '° P n r k [nr ''"nch Steigelman and Wilson retunicd| a l l d R a l i u s Tho - v wi ." " 1C " re ~ .0 Lake DeSmet where found the trio. It was on Ihe way back In :own Steigelman and Wilson! n I lo'Dlast aiding and abetting Kersey, driving p. May 12: Stovon Ritchey. Rt. 2; 'under suspension, $50"five days c,;Phyllis De Herrera, 416 nth S t . ; . j n jail and costs. - Rob by Kaslen, Loveland;j Jerry Joseph Stone, 1301 10th ' 'careless driving, $15 - - - Lujan, La Salle, a son. on Tuesday, May 12, at County General Hospital. Bailey, 2534 12th Ave. I.; Reuben Michel, Platteville; Irs. Robert Meier. Platteville: i : Lucy Delbridge, 2524 M o u n t a i r SlLn.; Mrs. Harold Cooper, 2152 nlflth St. Rd.; John Schaefer, iilWindsor; Mrs. Thomas Musick, suspended and costs. Vsideo Pisano Jr., 1708 5th ., violated restriction on learner's permit, $10 and costs. p L a Salle; Mrs. Irene Gagle, 607 summons, '65 Pontiac Bonneville $1695 Four speed, 400 V-8, p. steering, vinyl^top, bucket seats, beige in color. "A dandy." '50 Pontiac 2 Door Sedan Stick shift, radio, heater. "Runs real good." '64 GTO Two Door Hard-top with 3 deuces, bucket seats, recent complete over-haul of in color. "The sharpest any- V-8, auto, trans., p. stnoring brakes, R i f , bucko), scats, 1 owner, low miles. White, with red interior. "Looks drivc.s beautiful." 4 Dr. H.T. Sedan, power steering and brakes, custom interior, factory air, 53,268 actual miles. '65 Pontiac Catalina 2 Dr. H.T.-$1595 Power steering and brakes, air conditioning, good paint and tires, locally owned. '65 Datsun Station Wagon - - - $1095 One owner, 11,460 miles. '65 Buick Le Sabre 2 Dr. H.T. - - $1695 Power steering and brakes, radio, boater, dynaflow, low mileage. '64 Pontiac Bonneville S. Wgn. $1695 Power steering and brakes, hydramatic. Very good. '64 Buick Skylark 4 Dr. $1095 Power steering and brakes, auto, trans. '63 Oldsmobile Super 88 $895 jLsOth Ave.: Mrs. Gary Windollh Siand daughter, HiJ4 27th Ave.; Mrs. James Buck and son, Rl. 3: Mrs. Stephen Duffield and son, 1831 6th Ave.; Mrs. Mario iMeakins and son, Brighton; dismissed. Mrs. Richard Teal, 2338 W. 2(lth Zygmond fist'; *|ll2th Mrs. St. ltd.; Mrs Dorothy ' W a r n e r , 2519 8th St.; Mrs. Emil jJKnespel, 1015 33rd Ave.; Mrs. Ijicharles Cartwrighl, Hudson; . IMrs. Sophia (Sue) Koehler, 1627 Vandcnbos, 010 lilth Ave.; Slaci Fuhlcndorf, 2520 23rd Ace. Ct. Innocent Plea Withdrawn in Court Here Born to Mr. and Mrs, Donley, 1R15 l l t h Ave.; a son. G a r o l d Frederick, James failed to $15 and Wells, obey costs; on Wednesday, May 13,'at WeW| Stro - vwl sc TM' ; 'l "»'s on an adj- County General Hospital : ac , l ; Mt P"''ki"B I n t . ! DCS i\l(ikii\s Police Chief Wen- Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ricliarri'; dcl1 . ^'fliols said damage would Burmood, Kersey, a son, Jason 1 R"" ): ! b !' run abom " I'«U" mild r i v i n g under suspension, dismissed. Ruth Ann Llndblad, Windsor, defective tail lights, $5 and costs; no operator's license, Gunther Henrych, Douglas Ames, 3403 P l a t t e v i l l e , no operator's license, dismissed. Shelby Lewis Denver, careless Freedburg, driving, $15, suspended and costs. Marvin S. Arnold Indiana, M o n t v i e'w Blvd.; Michelle hitch hiking, $10 suspended and cosls suspended. C h a r l e s Floyd Hodge. Sterling, failed to drive in a single lane, $10 and cosls. Kormil. Dean Melby, Evans, s p e e d i n g , dismissed; loud ' m u f f l e r , dismissed. j Guadalupe Chavez, 105 12th jSl., no operator's license and ·illegal operator's license, $50 'bond forfeited. Ix} Roy Paul Detwiler, i L o n g m o n t , driving under 2 Dr. H.T., automatic steering and brakes. transmission, power suspension, dismissed; unlawful ^; Judy Carol darner, 23, 101 E.'use of license, dismissed. p 20th St., withdrew an innocent! R o n a l d Lynn Watkins, ^·plea and pleaded guilty to a Cheyenne, Wyo., passed stopped check felony charge at a school bus, $10 and costs. " :t Douglas Bruce Rucker, 2410 i24th St. Rd., failed to comply A Carpoplcrwith inspection law, dismissed. W i l l i a m Richard Blick, Roggcn, speed contest, $25 anc in District '62 Buick 4 Dr. Sedan $595 A Good 2nd Car. 1 : re-arraignment j) l Court here. f Judge Donald a! continued thn case lo May 2, r ) for 5 J t a k i n g of tcplimony at the ref j quest of the defendant. The wo- j)!m;.-n was given permission also i and her cosls. Bruce i; In the charge, the defendant 'was accused of giving a check Anderson Heath, Forl Morgan, speed contest, $25 and costs. Jose 815 l l t h St. CHOOSE FROM 50 2 LOTS an amount over $100. drawn'S u s p e n s i o n , dismissed; no 824 10th St. Troop 81 A bicycle picnic has been plan- . they gave' 110 '' ''V members of Girl Scout i Troop 81 for Saturday from South Dakota' S::!l) n -"'- lo ] P-'»- a search was! Sack lunches will provide Ihe l] l p v |and games. They ' band at 1 p.m. will then re- were taken hostage and the trio escaped. Stork Express Born to Mr. and Mrs. K e n n e t h ; jPolice Station !ln Des Moines AlOIMiS, Iowa ( A P ) _ Wold The |)rs -Mi'incs police station I was heavily damaged early lo- i'lay by an explosion that John l )lllli;ll ''d ""i windows in ihe I three-story building and de- run lion dollars. r ^ : Investigating officers said it Mrs ' w ; l s l)( -' lieve(l dynamite had been . ,,.,,..,,..,, Mrs.l! lace(l " n a " electrical trans- Burmood of Kersey. Jessie Day 1 ' 01 ' 11101 ' " c 'i"' t h e southwest cor- _ __ J ^ ' MIM- M(' tliji UL....1. 1 Carl, who weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces, on Monday, May Grandparents are Mr. and Fred Huffert and Mr. and of Kersey is mother. the great grand- ncr of the block-long structure. stone I The explosion, which occurred shortly after 4:.IB a.m., lore a three-foot hole in Ihe side of the building and knocked out all communications facilities. There was only one reported [injury. Willie Wells, li;i, a janitor j who was working in Ihe huild- Boulrierjing, was cut in Ihe back by Friday Last Day To Sign Up for Bean Protection Weld, Larimer and Boulrii ... . _ _ tii Counties ben producers have|flyiiiR glass, lie wasTrea'ted"at"L until Friday lo sign up for all-ihospilal. risk investment protection for Chief Nichols, who declined lo the 1970 crop, the Greelcy office 'speculate on a motive fur t h e of the Federal Crop Insurancehminhiiij:, said Hi Corporation said Wednesday. Producers who participated in the 1969 program need not apply due to the automatic renewawl provision of Ihe contract. Program information and applications can be obtained by contacting Ihe Greeley office, 2007 W. 9lh St., or by phoning 353-0585. The Federal Crop Insurance Corporation, a division of the Department of Agriculture, offers the protection of Ihe riskiest part of farming -- the; money invested to produce the! crop. It. is a voluntary program' and the producer must mnkci application before planting! time. Over $6 million has been paid Alfonso Cruz, Fort on claims resulting from 118 L u p t o n , driving under different causes of loss. The prisoners inside Ihe b u i l d i n g were transferred lo the Polk (,'ounly Jail. (~-ara of Jn R i f i i i o r 1 w i s h lo I h l i l l k s I oxpi- contract protects the crop from planting through harvest by covering loss in quality as well Weld County Garage 'ion Ihe South Platte National.operator's license, $20 a n d ] i''Bank »t La Sallo. in which she;costs. ; did nol have sufficient funds or 1 Richard Eugene Linville, Fortjas in quantity of production, credil for payment, to Branen's Morgan, careless driving, $15 ' ' M a i k c i here March 12, tlierchyanrt costs. ss my sinrpre I h r i sormul-flnnr MMi'.-u's mid niirsos nidos ;it \Vohl C o u n t y (iPiiciMl Knspilnl for I l l P i r k i n d ; i l l p i i i i o n d u r i i i K my p i n y ilnn.. My «jm'n-o i h i n i k - i i i l n n in i i l l tliosp. w h o ROlit. flowers :tnd n l l i p r niflr., ;nnl lo my f r i e n d s :inrl nnij;h- linrs for I h i - i r n m t i v visits. A sppci.'il I l i i i n k yiiu tn Dr. Uo- burl. T. I'nriiT. SiliHTi''y, KcnVrl. X. Hinlmp 1 obtaining money and merchan-| Esther Lucero, Fort Collins, : slop sign, ?8 and cosls. LONDON 1 - Dogs guard trout patrol watchers against poachers. \\'P w U h (o pAprp^a our I h n n k s ;md hpnrtt'nll ;ipprpcia- lion to our frionds and npiph- hors :uul HIP Clnli'ton Firp l.Jp- p j r l m n n l t'or pxiincnishini; Hip fin 1 on nui- pl;irp rPP.mitlv. Also n sppci.il t l l i i n k ynn to -lim T^oTnii-ii, (';r.,ily iind Calvin Dpr. n.i\irt and I.illi.in Krpps

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