Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 14, 1973 · Page 7
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 7

Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, April 14, 1973
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Set., April 14, It73 GREELEY C*U.) TRIBUNE 1 ' Forest officials said silenced by Secretary Butz BICYCLE ACCESSORIES 22 Sturdy seat for baby in colors. Saddle style basket for handy carrying. BOYS', GIRLS' 20" DRAGSTER BIKE Reg. 44.47 3 Days Malibu high-rise handlebars and adjustable banana seat. Chrome rims and painted fenders. White pedals. Flamboyant finish. KA.A.S (KTMBM n«rMcau»Zr FUN FRISBEE Plastic Fun Frisbee for Spring outdoor exercise. Get several in different colors. 72" D;agona/-measure Picture PORTABLE TV Our Reg. '78 Sunday Only $ 67 clear, sharp TV entertainment from room to room! All-transistorized chassis. 4" front speaker. Strap handle. Black with white trim. VHP and UHF antennas. Front-mounted controls. Charge it. POLYESTER ACRYLIC SCREEN PRINTS Reg. 2.97 Get ready for Easter with these bright, acrylic and polyester prints. Machine washable. 24 x 36" SCATTER RUGS 44 4 28 OZ. LYSOL CLEANER 77" Reg. 97c ·Eliminates odors, kills household germs. 28 oz.* ·netwt. Limited quantity -- none sold to dealers. EXTERIOR LATEX PAINT Reg. 5.94-3 Days 44 Sqt. can 3 Large 5-qt. size Easy-on Acrylic High Quality Vy h i t e o n I y Save now) 13 QT. PLASTIC PAIL Reg. 1.17 88 Has a handy pour spout, comes in avocado, gold, white. Good all-around household item. TAPE PLAYER GAS ADDITIVE 88 * * Reg. 39.96 8-track stereo, slide con- Frees sticky valves. trols. Fine tuning. Super Oil Treatment, 53' 24 x 36" assorted colored scatter rugs for any room in .the house. 55% Acrylic, 45% nylon pile. 32 OZ. LISTERINE 103 Reg. 1.26 Antiseptic. 32-fl. oz. size. Kills germs, freshens breath. TUBE SOCKS POMPONS Reg. to 68 48 68 Stretch tube socks with- Acrylic/nylon socks ex out preformed heels. cellent for golf, etc. SUNDAY ONLY FRIED CHICKEN DINNER with 3 choice p«., whipped potatoes, buttered vegetable and roll. MONDAY ONLY HAM SANDWICH COMBO PLATE R»k«J ham. cole tlaw. J tomatoslictv.hard coodtdtgg ... M1SSOULA, Mont. AP) - A high-ranking regional forest service official says Secretary of Agriculture Earl Butz has advised officials of the service to keep quiet about budgetary and manpower problems or "heads could roll." The official, who asked to remain anonymous, said an ad- visory letter has been received; by most officials in supervisory, or decision-making posts of the; Forest Service, an agency of the U.S. Department of Agricul-; lure. The Daily Missoulian reported it was supplied a copy of that letter, which it said was' received at the home address of the official. Governor told sewage plant at Cortez threatens creek DENVER (AP) - A new sewage disposal plant built by Cortez a few years ago is in danger' of sliding into McElmo Creek southwest of the city, Gov. John Love was advised Friday afternoon by Director Felix L. Sparks of the Water Conservation Board. The ground in the area is supersaturated with moisture Firm fined for safety violations DENVER (AP) -- A Phoenix, Ariz, construction company has paid a $1,645 fine to the federal government for violations of federal employe safety standards, an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) official said Friday. Jack Williams, area OSHA director, said that the Marathon Steel Co. was cited for two major and seven minor violations in connection with a March 26 accident in which three construction workers wre injured at the new Blue Cross-Blue Shield building here. Marathon's payment of the fine constitutes an admission of the violations, Williams said. Officials said the two major violations for which the company was cited were failing to provide temporary floors or a safety net and failing to provide safety bolts for steel beams being hoisted into place. Marathon is the steel subcontractor on the building now under construction. Slay charge from winter snows and rains, Sparks said, and is moving on.' the bedrock toward the creek. ! He said apparently the only'. thing which could be done as; an emergency measure was to attempt drainage of the area to; dry out the soil. ; Rep. Roy Wells, D-Cortez,; said a group of city and county officials have an appointment with the governor to plead -for help in coping with the situation. King receiver suit against firm settled DENVER (AP) - The $2.5. million settlement of a lawsuit against Commercial Union Corp. by the receiver for King Resources Co. was approved Friday by U.S. District Court Judge Fred M. Winner. The $7.8 suit was originally filed against Employers Liability Assurance Corp. in April 1972 by Charles Baer, receiver for King Resources. A subsequent merger resulted in the suit being filed against Commercial Union. Baer claimed in the suit that ' Commercial Union owed $7.8 million for the "fraudulent and dishonest acts" of oilman John King in 1970 when King allegedly diverted money from King Resources to Irusls "for the benefit of the families of John M. King and Edward M. Cowett." Baer said Employers Liability was originally liable for the $7.8 .million because the company had issued a fidelity bond to King Resources. filed in death C | oud seedmg of woman j n San Juans is suspended LITTLETON, Colo. (AP) Murder charges were filed in Littleton District Court Friday against Eugene D. Stone, 36, in connection with the fatal shooting of his estranged wife on March 27 in Englewood. Capt. Ed Nelson of the Arapahoe County sheriff's office said that Stone was arrested earlier this week in Las Vegas, Nev., and was returned to Littleton Friday. Stone is being held in Arapahoe County Jail without Dond, Nelson said. Banner Mining approves merger TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) Stockholders of Banner Mining Co. approved Friday a merger with a subsidiary of American Metals Climax, Inc., that will ead to improvements at a cop- ser mine near here leased by Banner to a third firm. Anaconda Co. operates the Twin Buttes mine on land leased to it by Banner. Banner officials, however, have expressed some displeasure with Anaconda's operations of the mine and have sought the merger for about a year. Under the merger, a $200 million expansion and improvement project is expected to be undertaken at the mine, with American Metals and Anaconda working in a partnership. The complicated transaction still is being negotiated with Anaconda. The mine is reported to have lost $6.5 million in 1971, due mainly to a large landslide burying already-excavated areas r, the open pit. Last year, Anaconda reported net profits of $4.5 million, with 55 per cent of that going to Banner under the leaje agreement. DENVER (AP)-The cloud seeding research project in the San Juan mountains of southwestern Colorado was suspended Fri.. because of forecasts of a storm this weekend, a Bureau of Reclamation spokesman said. Snowpacks in the high country northeast of Durango--the project's target area--are below the experiment's cutoff level, but project officers say there is a chance the storm could intensify stream flow. "We're not going to take a chance of aggravating a possible flood threat, regardless of the small probability of flooding," the spokesman said. The research project will resume after the storm passes. Snow depths in the project target area, above the 9.500 foot level, now are about 120 to 140 per cent of the long term normal. A safeguard built into the experiment calls for a suspension when the snowpack reaches 150 per cent. Figures from the Soil Conservation Service's Snow Survey indicate that flooding at lower elevations becomes a possibility only when the snow pack reaches 200 per cent of normal. The Bureau of Reclamation, however, set 150 per cent as the cutoff point in the cloud seeding experiment. The experiment has suspended operations three times earlier this winter--during the big game hunting season and during periods of two avalanche threats in December and early January. Gov. John Love said at a news conference Frl. that "we could hove trouble" In the Sin Juin Basin if June Is an exceedingly wet month.

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