Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 13, 1973 · Page 9
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·u *» ) ",i . Fri, April 13,1WJ · GREELEY C»lo.TRIBUNE^*??|' Jury sought to try two on kidnap-murder charges )ptDEN, Colo. (AP) -- emptory challenges to prospec- psecution and defense per- live jurors were to continue *l ' · ' " ' · ' .' ^J CARROLL RIGHTER'S from tht Carroll Rr|htar Inttrtule | ' ; FORECAST FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1973. - . ''. I GENERAL TENDENCIES Accumulated odds : and ends must be taken care of and this isjust c right Saturday for doing so. Clean and refurbish issessions, etc. Also good for health measures. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) A good day to get your home ; spic-and-span condition, so.start early. Take the exercise iu- need for better health, too. You can do some quiet .tertaining in the evening that can be pleasant and relaxing. TAURUS (Apr. 20- to May 20) Do whatever will please oie you love which gives you pleasure as well. Then enjoy itjbiei that are relaxing yet mentally stimulating. These can ) enjoyed with good pals. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Good day to get home ianed and then you can run errands for kin. Get those duties me that will free time for more important things in the tyre. Do nothing of a destructive nature. ',MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Ideal day for opping for needed items and then getting together with sociates for whatever has been planned Show you are efcific in communicating with others. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Make your home as attractive as ju can, but stay within your budget. Talk over with an -.pert whatever is of a financial nature. You get excellent eis thereby. Avoid one who is irritated yiRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Get busy and make yourself ore attractive and more mentally and physically alive. If you it' out to group meetings, make a mental or written note of idple's names so you will remember them later. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Take the treatments early that ill make you feel dynamic and attractive in appearance. You we good hunches and should make use of them to improve jur position in life. This can be a wonderful social evening ith congenials. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Make it a point to show lose'you want in your life in the future that you really like lem: 'Attend group affairs you Like. Make the new xiiialnfances who are worthwhile and can be helpful in the lysjhe'ad. - SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Get into the activities «lay that will help you advance in the future, and gain the iproval of bigwigs. Talk less and work more for good results, imrcari secure the backing of the public as well. 'i CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Secure the data you need bw- so you can handle certain affairs that will come up soon. ·'oji- make new friends now who can bring much pleasure into our life. Show your most courteous manner. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Plan just how to get tasks ·andled more efficiently- via some new and better methods, sing true intelligence. A romantic interest can be most helpful ow'. or vice versa. This can be a delightful evening. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You are able to communicate .eautifully with associates, so get in touch with them early i n f l - m a k e progress. Questionable points hard to clear up efore now become easy Show you are intelligent. : IE YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY . . . he or she will be jnetif those precise and meticulous young'people who would 'o" well in vocations where precision, detail, research and 1'atience are required and also in clothes designing, selling, etc. h'efe will be a very marked streak to be overparticular, but la't-is the quality that will bring the big success denoted in ilS : chart, so don't let it bother you Give an opportunity to avel early, and permit music lessons early too. J'Jhe Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of our life is largely up to YOU! Carroll Righter's Individual Forecast for your sign for May li.fibw ready. For your copy send your birthdate and SI to '.'a'rrpll Righter Forecast (name of newspaper), Box 629, liollywood, Calif. 90018. ((c) 1973, McNaught Syndicate, Inc.) FORECAST FOR SUNDAY, APRIL 15 1973 GENERAL TENDENCIES: One of your best days in a long while to use the oncoming Full' pon's influence to get together with every person or iio'ciation of importance to you. Reach a new agreement on . Snt aims and rules to be observed in your future alliance. Full eed ahead. ; ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Those plans you have made ith'another can now be most beneficial. State yorr aims. ..tuations arise that show you your true position with others. :t-a good night's rest. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) If you talk over with fellow jrkers'the work ahead of you, you can coordinate your ergies more wisely. Good friends who have been helpful to 'iu, can'"now certainly appreciate favors from you. Avoid one 16 is troublesome. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Get in touch with good ends who really like you and show your own devotion and :ich : a fine understanding. You are able to gain personal aims : at Have been difficult before. Avoid one who bickers. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) You can get into at civic work now, even if it is Sunday, that is vital and can - irifcyou much acclaim as well. Do charitable work also. Add ·pre'ciably to your image. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) After doing whatever intrigues iu, attend service, be off to see good friends and relatives and jby : the social side of life. Some new associate can give you e information you need now. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Your actions today can rtainly help improve your financial position far into the hire, so start thinking along such lines early. Get your home ore'attractive, clean and orderly. Take it easy in p.m. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Get into the social whirl and ake' the new contacts that are worthwhile; enjoy the .nipany of those you have known for some time. You iderstand better how to gain your finest aims. Grow. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Whatever work you do now ring civic lines can bring fine results later. Contact bigwigs m -know. Make sure you do not break any rules and gulations that apply to you. Become a pillar of your immunity. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Springtime brings fine iw ideas that are most inspiring and you can get a whole new t .of activities started. Get busy meeting right people socially void one who is not very friendly. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Your strong intuition n"be most helpful to you in carrying through with plans you iveStarted, so use them. Get along better with all types of irsons. Evening can be most happy with mate. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Situations arise that will · helpful in coming to better terms with others, so handle env wisely. Make the right plans now for that trip you have mind. Show others you are not selfish. PISCES (Fob 20 to Mar. 20) Go over your record booKs eh : if it is Sunday and try to get everything clear in your ind before you contact others concerned tomorrow. Impress ate! with the fact that you are very happy and want to iritinue the relationship. . IF- YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY .. he or she will be \e of those young people who can become a real bigwig m V provided the finest academic education is given so the .pbrfunities ahead will be recognized and seized at the right inV There can be much happiness in dealing with others as sll-as In marriage, for there is a very understanding nature ire.; Sports are a natural. Religion is important also for ""TheyStMS impel, they do not compel." What you make of iur lito Is largely up to YOU! -Carroll Righter's Individual Forecast for your sign for May noW ready. For your copy send your birthdate and $1 to !iR*U Tighter Forecast (name of newsp.per), Box 629, ollywood Calif. 90028. .-'( ((c) 1973, McNaught Syndicate, Inc.) ' i today in the trial of two Texas men charged with murder and kidnaping in the death of a 20- year-old Thornton girl. Charged in the August 1971 .slaying of Leeora Rose Looney are Sherman McCrary, 47, and · his son-in-law, Carl R. Taylor, 38. Miss Looney's body was found in a northeastern Colorado field three days after she disappeared from the Like- wood doughnut shop where she worked. . The prosecution used its first two peremptory challenges to excuse two young jurors, a man and a woman, Wednesday and the defense unsuccessfully tried to have a 58-year-old father of two teen-age girls removed from the panel. The man, who answered "yes" when asked, "Could you go back and .face your daughters if you had to deliver a not guilty verdict," was accepted by the prosecution for cause · and District Court Judge Daniel Shannon denied defense motions that he be excused. Attorneys for both sides indicated that the trial would probably not get underway until sometime next week after both sides had exhausted their No-fault proposal debated; no vote By CARL IHLL1ARD Associated Press Writer DENVER (AP) -- Senate members debated for more than two hours Thurs. on a house bill.which would put a 1 modified form of no-fault automobile insurance into effect in Colorado, but took no preliminary vote on the measure. Still awaiting debate is a rival bill originated in the Senate. Sponsors of both measures agreed they would debate the merits of both bills and amend each measure separately before giving prelimary approval, to one or the other. The procedure will continue through Friday and it may be Monday or even Tuesday before a final version is agreed upon for a third reading vote. The rival bills differ substantially. The House bill, sponsored by Hep. Carl Gustafson, R-Denver, isn't a true no-fault measure because it does allow law suits to be filed for medical costs above a certain level, or threshold. The Senate bill, drafted by Sen. Richard Plock, R-Denver, preserves the full right to sue. The Gustafson bill, which passed the House in February, represents the third time the house majority leader has attempted to get no-fault insurance through the legislature. The Senate killed two previous measures. The Plock measure has received no consideration on the floor of either house. The only similarity between the two bills is that they both require every motorist to have bodily injury insurance and every insurance company must pay policy holders promptly after an accident without attempting first to determine who is at fault. The Plock measure requires minimum coverage of $3,500 on everything from hospitalization to the time the injured person is absent from work. Plock ar- gues that that figure represents the average loss a motorist suffers from accidents in Colorado. tiustafson's bill sets higher minimums for coverage, $25,000 each for medical payment and rehabilitation plus a provision for repaying 100 per cent of lost wages up to $125 a week. It limits a right to sue for "pain and suffering" to persons whose medical expenses exceed $1,500. The measure originally carried that figure but was amended downward to $1,000, and then up again after Thurssdays debate. The bill also says insurance companies cannot shift claims among themselves unless the claims top $500. Attempts to raise that to $1,000, made by Rep. Ray Kogovsek, D-Pueblo, failed. Sen. William Garnsey, R- Greeley, is the sponsor of the Gustafson bill in the Senate. The most lengthy debate erupted over a Senate amendment to the bill which was written by Sen. Don MacManus, DAdams County. It said insurance companies could not cancel policies for reasons other than nonpayments of premiums or loss of license without a hearing. And premium increases could not be granted unless the increase was general to all policy holders. The MacManus amendment was defeated. The Senate approved an amendment which would require insurance companies holding policies on the same individual to coordinate their benefits so he could not receive duplicate payments. 19 peremptory challenges which can be used to excuse any juror without explanation unless challenged by the opposite side. Following the first round of peremptory challenges, Shannon ordered all prospective jurors from the court room and then again deferred a defense motion that the trials of McCrary and Taylor be conducted separately. Shannon also warned reporters covering the (rial that press-bar guidelines should be followed in reporting statements that might or might not be admissable or that might tend to prejudice the case against either of the defendants. Murder charges have also been filed against McCrary and Taylor in Nevada in connection with the August, 1971, slaying of 17-year-old Shed Lee Martin who was an employe of a Salt Lake City, Utah, doughnut shop at the time of her death. Shannon has scheduled a court session for Sturaday in an effort to expedite jury selection. Alien investments up WASHINGTON - Investments in the United States' by foreign companies in the last 20 years rose from $3.4 billion to $13.3 billion. 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