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Conditions, Not Threats Seen Factor in Cambodia Invasion By FRED S. HOFFMAN AP Military Writer WASHINGTON (AP) _ It is becoming increasingly apparent the Nixon'administration decided to hit the enemy sanctuaries in Cambodia because the right conditions had arisen, rather than as a result of a major new military threat. The key to opening the way for U.S. and South Vietnamese forces to hit the enemy's long- secure base complex was the overthrow in March of Cambodia's neutralist chief of state, Prince Norodom Sihanouk. Until the new regime led by Premier Lon Nol took over, the United States felt it had to respect Cambodia's neutrality and its borders. But the change presented the time to hit them," in the sanctuaries. When newsmen pointed out this appeared to contradict the administration line of a buildup and increased threat from the sanctuaries, answered there was evidence at the same time the North Vietnamese intended to hit harder inside South Vietnam from Cambodia. The- main thrust of the administration rationale has been the escalated threat to U.S. and allied troops in South Vietnam resulting from military developments in the enemy base areas. Briggsdale... By MRS. G. W. CASS BWGGSDALE - Mrs. Phil Fulton of Gering, Neb. spent a week recently as guest of her son and daughetr-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Fulton and Earl. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fulton were weekend guests of the Fullons. Mrs. Phil Fulton returned home with them. Mrs. Beth Emery of Colorado Springs is visiting her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack to Farm-Ranch Report DENVER (AP) -- Colorado's; Progress of spring planti 1970 winter wheat forecast of; was generally about two weeks |daughter"" Mr. and Mrs. A. B. K1 9 i n t l l i n n Knohola ic 'IR nnr-: Vwihjnrl nMt'iviil nn l l m miylnrrl t-i ni v» 1 awrence, Kathy, and Andy. The Lawrences motored Colorado Springs to get her. Mrs, J. M. Stephen of La Junta arrived Thursday evening spring planting jf o r a v j s it a t the home of her Congregational Ladies Aid met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Art Accoia. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess at 1:30. Mrs. Mary White, vice-president, presided at the business meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. G. W. Cass. Roll Call was answered with "Something We Should Pray For." Mrs. Frieda Speaker read the scripture, followed by sentence prayers. The Rev. Gertrude Horn gave an excellent talk on "God Does Answer Prayer." An invitation was extended to the Briggsdale ladies to attend Grover Ladies Annual Guest Day May 21. The June meeting will be held! sa j(j. at the home of Mrs. Frieda | She will begin making person- 61.2 million bushels is 38 per j behind normal on the ^eastern cent more than last year's crop, according to the Crop and Livestock Reporting Service. behind normal on the ^eastern Freemyer, Steve, Roger, slope because of frequent show- LOJ S ' ' . ' ers and the resultant wet fields. Crop development continued to Soil moisture supplies are | be slowed by cold, night-time ] quite favorable over 'the stale, I temperatures. 'and supplies of irrigation water' Corn planting was underway ne7situalion.'ThVimDorranceor arc generally very good except! in earnest at the end of - l n the San Louis Valle and arti month, where moisture c the which in administration think-j l n the San Louis Valle V and parti month, where moisture condi- can be -seen' in the slate- ° f southwest Colorado. The.tions and the weather allowed ments of U.S. officials in their \ Friday Mrs. Stephen and Mrs. Freemyer motored to Iliff and Sterling. At Iliff they visited a cousin. Mrs. Bert Frese, and in Sterling they called on Mr. and Mrs. George Barber and New Junior Miss Down-to-Earth In Her Attitude MOBILE, Ala. (AP) -- America's newest Junior Miss is a cute blonde with crinkly, smiling eyes, an impressive scholastic record and a down-to-earth attitude. Karen Stenwall, 18, of Phoenix, Ariz., feels that she can fill her role as the nation's ideal high school girl senior by trying to communicate a little better witli the elders. "I'd like to present the good Sat., May Hi, 1»70 (.'KKEUiV T R I H U N K 1'age ! Mansfield Blasts Pre-Nixon Senator for Vote Stalling By CARL P. LEUBSDORF Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) -- Senate supporters of President is'ix- fGOP leadership session there is no effort to delay a vote although he conceded some senators have said they need more side and not the bad side," she'lhein of stalling a vote. on groped unsuccessfully Fridayjtimc. for a means of heading off re-j Scott said he does not want a strictions on U.S. actions in' ~ Cambodia. and Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield accused lensthy discussions of the Cambodian operation. Secretary of Defence Melvin R. Laird has said: "For a long period of time there have been political considerations--international political considerations _ , th , e C TMP ·fTM" 1 ]s .^ 0 " 1 . " P e [ ce . nt . to be com : Krupske of Merino. ta behind normal p e d D v A p r J 1 compared P Mrs. Edna Jones. Tuesday they o_ tl . rH ., v ^visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert! haluraa - Speaker June 3 at 2 p.m. Recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Frieda Speaker were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fritz and children of Laramie, Wyo. Mrs. John E. Ullman, Darcy, Shelley, and Kristen, of Johnstown, and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cass called on Mamie Cass at B o n e 11 Retirement Home jal appearances throughout the vote at least until Tuesday--but promptly scheduled another session for that day to discuss possible alternatives to the Cooper- On the Senate'floor, ChairmanjChurch proposal. ,,. W. Fulbright of the Foreign j But he conceded he sees little Relations Committee and Johnlchance of agreement on one al- nation in mid-June as part. ofJC. Stennis of the Armed Serv-|ternatiye proposal to give Nixon her duties as winner of the 13th ices Committee clashed over|authorily to order U.S. troops annual America's Junior Miss whether President Nixon reallyjinto Cambodia for the purpose Pageant Wednesday night. First runnerup in the pageant out of Cambodia by July 1. impetition was Carol Buck- "1 don't see how any competitioi land, 17, of Farmington, Conn., who received a $6,000 scholarship. Laura Boyette, 18, of Jack- Imeans to have all U.S. force'siof protecting American forces in Vietnam, presi-j He said seven or eight GOP dent can call to a day certain, i day when a battle will he over, can assure there won't be re- because of coTd'wMther^^^ Tne FFA Fa f!? e ^-j" d S °" j Banquet was held Friday eve- son, Miss., was second runner jverses," The" students of Kindergarten j "P. ""d was awarded a $4,000 j against and the first six grades O fl scholarship. School had their said the Stennis, arguing Cooper-Church senators may offer as many as a dozen amendments. Asked whether the White House, which reiterated Friday its opposition to any restriction soils. Prospects for ; lime last year, the 1970 wheat. Considerable progress crop were improved last month 1 made with sugar beet planting! Robert Freeman FFA Instruc- , V . . . i i -i · i _ . t....-i i...i L-. it.. i _ f ! t n t - wplrnmprl thp 011PSTS n- hy frequent moisture, and while in late April, but by the end of there was some wind damage, it: the month only about 55 per ' that had been involved, and the situation changed and this op portunity was presented." And Thursday, the secretary'j was offset to a great extent by 'cent of the crop had been seed"- precipitation, the serviced, compared with 86 per cent fw g Q{ as cslimaled at 2 . 3 million [planting in Ihe San Luis Valley w s c s m a e . said about one-third of the I t U U U j ac] . es 0| . about 16 per cem moro |j y May i, ant | planting of late North Vietnamese troops in the, ( |,- n , h , ,,..,,,,. ihroohnH fnr Ui'immpr nntnfnns: in nnrtlip.ast- North Vietnamese troops Cambodian sanctuaries had! ilhan the acreage threshed for! summer potatoes in northeast ------- igrain in IDG!) and the largestiorn and east - central areas faced aw.iv from boulli Vietnam | a( , re ,,. Jp for harvesl since 1906.! showed considerable progress. - ° ..... -- starting about mid-April This created a situation i i · I Pv J ' a. J Memorial Dedicated tor, welcomed the guests. Invocation was given by Frank Baxter. A very educational and enjoyable program was presented by the FFA Boys and Freeman. Many friends helped Mrs. Henry Kriegcr celebrate her birthday recently at a series of parties. Her birthday this year fell on Mother's Day. Briggsdale Field Trip Friday, May 8. Two, school bus drivers and five teachers accompanied them. Their first stop was at the Rocky Mountain Pottery Com- of Loveland where t h e y j Wednesday Man- Kurz her sister, of Sidney, Mrs. Neb. amendment to bar funds for re-ion presidential authority, is containing U.S. forces in Cambodia. Ifidenl of success, Scott said, \/\ ' T D i "He's already done thai," re-i:' Th . c ,y a . re .confident of success K Gill 1 0 Klin ".orled Fulbright, Arkansas." 1 Cambodia. They have less t ^ B G H J I V l ^ U M | d | , d| s .problems there. A « P^. · _ · . i y-i t i. f i * ' A e ; I n u'hothi: gam Desoite |foe of the Camb ° dian action - C5 v "He made an estimate," as- pany had a conducted tour. Thisi proved especially interesting toj 3-Way Fight I sorted Stennis. develop." Adversity can ' As to whether they can clear up this sanctuary in the Sen- ·ate." he added, "they are not |surc.'' "You Later they' had a picniej DENVER (AP)-- Slate Rep.llhought." confirm what I 1 Fulbright responded.! | More lunch at the Loveland Water-j Ben Klein. D-Denver, looking to!"[le didn't mean it when he saidjSwSet . . _ . . , _ . Li :u:i: j.. ~r .. 11...,..* ...n,,' i^ I... I 1 T..1-. I. :j ^"^* the possibility of works. After lunch they continued to | Democratic primary the Roosevelt National Forestithe House seat he's held since a three-way j we would he out by July 1; it! ary fight for could be Dec. 1." j MCGt Station at Estes Park. Ranger Sonny Stiger told the group 11957, has announced he'll 'for the State Senate. Stennis snapped: "You're put-] Sting words in my mouth which The Sweet Adelines will meet- 'are false. I repudiate them." at the Greeley National Bank ,nd the Mississippian repeated 1 Annex Tuesday al 7:30 p.m. possibility of much lower uallies became apparent." aid, "this many interesting facts, then 1 Klein's announcement ,,.,,,,.,,,..,,....,. - , . conducted them to St. Mary's him against another candidate· |] ]at conditions might arise thai! Nomination of officers will be I.That evening Mr. and Mrs.!j ja | e an( j to the National Parkjwho already has announced her| cnu j d r orce ( ne President to!held with election slated for the WASHINGTON (AP) -- A me-iwas so trusted and so loved byvin Speaker and sons, PaulJH ea; jq Ua rters where a movie oficandidacv for re-election in Sen-j t , nanpe njs define. j following week, norial portrait to Dwight D. Ei: so many people." 'Speaker, and Mrs. and Mrs. beautiful Colorado Mountain|ate Dist. 1, incumbent Allegraj p,,ihi.;,i,f inin *,,,,,,·,, w 0 nn .l Ferris Wheel Parking Lot Saves Space j Pentagon Friday. i s flanked by two'George Speaker held a birthday .plaque's. Other art work stretch-1party for her at her home. scenery was shown. Saturday night and iSaunders. Sunday; The others seeking The late president's widow,jes down both walls of the wood Thursday night Mr. and Mrs.[guests at the Floyd Viefhaus house seat are Ruben Vlaez. a|your disbelief of what the Presi- old friends and military officials:panel corridor. _ . . . . - . . . . .- ... ,. ...., ,.,__ _._ _ . . Reinhold Schmidt surprised attended the 20-minute cercmo-,' The Defense Departmenl said i Mrs. Krieger with a party, what now will be known a s ' i t cost $20,000 to redecorate the|Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fulbright told Stennis his op-! All women interested in position lo the Cooper-Church;singing are invited to attend. KleinVamendmcn! is "evidence of : LONDON -- The prices of all Ford cars went up recently by a I up lo S120. The smallest rise, the Eisenhower Corridor. . hallway. The portrait, unveiled by Mrs. : I n n n r o n f r I I I I I U V . C U i Eisenhower, depicts the former: r i lor general of the army in uniform' rOrmer U U W y t J I DENVER (AP) - A sort of| as army chief of staff, oblong ferris wheel allows 22 au-| The painting, by Ihe tomobiles lo be parked on a plot,Thomas R. Stephens, a friend of,"!"-. C| Q V of ground barely large enough.the Eisenhower family, hangs; ' u «* |U 7 to accommodate two full-sized [outside third-floor office of the, D j,,,,, EK ,\ p , _ GcorGe f i n r c c n n r f » ( r « r v nf r l n f n i l K P ! . · _ " The cars are parked in two! iKrieger called on her. SaturdaylDenver. Sunday Mr. and Inight guests were Mr. and Mrs. Don Stanley and family joined home were Mr. and Mrs. j U.S. Labor Department pover- den! said." [Jenrtre Gifford of Eaton, Darreljty program employe, and Jer- He called the amendment McVay and Lee Pearson of:ry Bohn, the son of a formerjminimum thing, taking the!oil an Escort, is S40. Mrs. LeRoy Krieger and family. Sun'dav the Henry Kriegers Norman Shcller group for dinner. and the Colorado legislator. : President at his word." Meanwhile, other candidates; Mansfield, talking with rc- were announcing their political'pnrlcrs before Ihc Senate met.! intentions. .also tool; the view that. propo-| .,, ,,. ,,_ _. _ Mrs. Laura Miller, announced:nenls of the amendment de-| 'in Greeley with Mr. and Mrs. j was a weekend visitor at the jfor the Republican nomination isiened it in accord with Nixon's' Lloyd Krieger and were dinner home of his mother, Mrs. Elsie jfor the Colorado House from;promise lo get U.S. forces out! guests in their home later.[Shelter. ! the 28lh district. ! by June HO. land Mrs. Kurz attended church! Norman Shelter of Denver I for Another son, Henry. and family sent their regards and sccrcl r *rv of defense ' ' ~ Mrs!' Eisenhower," wearing a iWashington Smeltzer, a former jf lo U]e L , ovd Kric hnme vertical rows on a slce, tower B.black s i l k , dress__ .*.__ while ^er _ alloi-ney cliarged wun ,,,. K ,, cg( , wishes _ |o (hank fed high, plus one at the very : cloche hat. obviously .murder. op a £ another m ground level/ touched by .he tribu^ - '-£ A hvdraulic svslem powered by Gen. of the Army Omar N. J"gg TM an ·electric motor turns the'.Bradley. who served wilh hiseiK^ 1 - 11 ^^ wheel. .bower through two wais, I( ^'( va| . d rj e lel The towers, called Impress!^"^"^ '^"d.";^' h v oito examine -heel. The towers, called Express' . Park. are manufactured in Den- , , '., L , nlerc H Wcsl l h a n l s u r by Parking Systems Engi-! 3 ° l ' "O.NS lhe entered «esi, ' cent by reason of insanity. Judge Don D. Bowman of Den- Dislnct Court accepted thc and appointed Dr. Ed- Delehanty, a psychiatrist, Sniellzer. 'l)r. Dele- report is due June 15. ! Judge B o w m a n scheduled Cheryl, Meek neerin'g. Inc., and wo are now; ^ now ?? silj(| Kiscll JSmeltzer's sanity trial Sept. 8, in operation in Delivers ilown-' hmvcr .; s chje{ of slaff f .f| c r;iind the murder trial for Sept. town section. World War IT'oftcn walked this 21 - . , When space on Ihc tower is ieor| . idor as |, c WCI ,t | 0 and froni Smc '^ ls accused of the available, an attendant drives a: ( h e weif , h(v , iisk nf demobilizing;^!. 2,1 . 1%!, shooting death of lo a flat metal carrier ,,,,,. nli i itary , ni gi l( , w |,ii e ca rc-^-'harles Wayne Croker, Jr., 24, all friends who remembered her /ith cards which were greatly enjoyed and appreciated. Mrs. Kurz returned lo Sidney Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Johnson .Don Grossnickle and son. Mrs. of Brighton were hosts when I Roger Meek and Mrs. Cass are they look Mr. and Mrs. Bill]sisters. Johnson out for dinner Mother's Day. car onlc V . . . 1 ....... 1. - ( , ( j j l l l l l l l u l I I I I K » l " 1111^. ..«" ^. , . , ... called a pan at ground level. 1u i| v | )a | a ncini' Ihc anxie'y P f;a Cheyenne. \\yo., life insurance With Ihe car "braked and i n j American families to have (heir.sa'csman whose body was found parking gear, the attendant! mpn come homCi aginst ihe re- j recently in rural Jefferson presses a button to raise the car i(]U j,. omen [ s O f national security.!Bounty. in the tower enough to bring an ],, pavi.ig tribute to Eisenhow-[ Smcllzer, 36. was on concli- · -- -- itional emptv pan lo ground level. or \ v | 10 ,1'ied March 28. 196!),p°"al relrasl ; from the Colora- llarold G. Goble. board chair-: Sc crctarv of Defense Melvin R.i'l" Stale hospital in Pueblo when 3 company, said lhe ;Lail . d sa j,| ··,,,, m ni of his lime:' lc wi 's arrested in connectic- ills Ihe parking of 10, j with Ihe Crokor death. _ r . : He had been confined al tl p/\A 1 0 F l T G 'hospital after being charge iwith assaulting a client. Two tor : 'Sick Out' ! panel Ur 9 es CU Sponsoring man of the tower permit times as many cars as now is; done in conventional ground parking lots. "We don't conlcn-.l i t ' s the only or the total answer." Clohlc said. "We do see it us another tool which will enable cilv planners and builders to make better use of available land at low- Mr. and Mrs. G. \V. Cassi Brooke W. Banbury, 30, a, "It supports what the Prcsi-l attended a Meek family dinner'Denver attorney, said he would'dent has said and it gives him; at the home of Mr. Melvin Klundt and Denver, Sunday. Attending from Greeley were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Meek and and Mrs. Gary {daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs.iseck Ihc nomination for family inlHouse from District 11. theian added i n c r c m e n l o f : s!rem;lh," the Democratic lead-j Tony Sanchez, owner er said. ! restaurant equipment] Me added Dial "Ihere seems j company, announced he wouldjlo be no desire lo face up to a n n n U l U n Mr. andlscek company, arinoiuicuu nu \ v u u i u , i o uu nu U U H I I U ni lauu up uj ;i seek the Democratic nomina- vote" but "We'll just slay w i t h ' lion lo the Slate Senate f r o m ; i t until we gel a vote. Wo have' Disl. 2, in north Denver. · Copper and Brass · Aluminum · Batfcries · Scrap Iron, Steel W e i g h e d on C e r t i f i e d Scales Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Johnson Fresh Hearing Aid Batteries Gilbert Rexall Stores. --Adv. TRIBUNE WANT AD 352-0211 :gol from now until Jan. 3, 1971."i Asked if opponents have been 1 Andersen s Sales Salvage (stalling, the Montana Democrat : 1 M i l e East on 8th St. 352-7797 .replied. "It's a small stall." | | But Republican Leader Hugh| Scott said after an afturnooni Junk Cars Picked Up Modest Charge Milwaukie, Ore. are visiting 1^^^ relatives in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. LcRoy Hoff and son and Mr. and Mrs. Jack j Degenhart and family hosted a|| Mother's Day dinner Sunday at the Jack Degenhart home in Weldona. Mrs. Mary Will was a guest. Mrs. Kran Washburn, Mrs. Savilla Songer, and the former Nova Eisner, called at theij Maynarrl Cass home recently. In "lhe evening the three were guests of Mrs. Pete Freeman when they dined at Heinle's Huti] Cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ball and family of Kccncsburg and Mrs. |l Etta'Ball were dinner guests' Mother's Day at the home of JMr. and Mrs. Curtis Witt. i Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Accoia KANSAS CITY (AP) - T h e Federal Aviation Administration . has announced plans to fire two el He" S said the tower is engi-l a i r ', ra [ fic controllers a u d i o sus-j BOULDER ( A P ) ._ The Uni .i of Buffa , 0i W yo. arrived al thc ncered lo withstand winds of IPTM lhrce others lron j '. lve t o ' vcrsily of Colorado Faculty, Art Accoia home Friday. They; hurricane velocity as wc-'l a s l ^ t l a y s ^ lo their home in lieavv earth shocks. One attend-!' ^, , rr S ' LK '" U - ''. . :mended lo thc Board of He-'Buffaln on Sunday, ant could supervise the( M'era-| ()lalhc u ' a l l c TM" l ' ( ' .. cc " 1 ": [;cnts that CU discontinue the : Thursday guests at the Arl lion of two or more units in one| ^. oc , ro f.?' \i " , i!,' " ' sponsorship of official publica- Accoia home were Mr. and Mrs. lot. he said. ouicer tor tne isansas L.H.N c.-ica, | ions . r j ]e counc j| recommend-.Lawrence Baldon and Mr. and '·Push-butotn operation u itj-idec.]iied to name c ive ._'ed that Ihc action be taken IhisiMrs. Ernie Austin of Denver, mately will make it possible for:He saw ^ n 1 ! JTM H ; ; H p v S | m | lsummer ,f possible and no later Weekend guests were Mr and I than one year from now. Mrs. Larry Baldon and Shen, ' ·' Stephen the ordinary motorist to o] the machine by key or | credit card," Goble said. In case of a power failure at' (lie lower, he said, il could he' emptied "with only nominal delay." by mechanical means. The tower is portable and can ,. ,,. - , j , , Official publications are the;and Mr. and Mrs. "Penalties range from a days Col()| ... Jn r j aj|yi Qne Qf two stu .j Fos(er and Rachel of Denver. dent - operated newspapers onjSunday Mr. and Mrs. Clark ..,, . V-."'; '.~T'i the Boulder campus; the ycar-lBaldon and Chrisline of Denver . '. a F hl , oase . ls bemg judgcd .book, the Literary Magazine joined the group for dinner, individually. As cases are com-; · newspapers on the Mr. and Mrs Tom Cass and pleed, ^''0" ^" h « ^ ' l Denvcr a nd Colorado Springs;children of Denver were beW.od by four men in live! 1^^^^^^^ isaturday nigh, and Sunday to six days and dismantled '"; ne ° t few wce ks." three. The cost runs between three. 'Hie eosi runs ul! i» Ke , . A| , jincs dl]rj (he sick . outi ui, $75,000 and ?7fl,00fl, exclusive of . 40 c(lnt ,. nl|( £. were absent. of The council adopted a resolu-;guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne lion which said "the marriage'Cass. Joining them Sunday were the land. Card of ^Jnanfti I) ANTON" Tlio f s i n i i l y »f Arncild H i i l l c m wishes I n ili:ink niir n i i i i i y . niiiiiy wciiiderfiil f r i e n d s I'm- t h e i r iiiiini-niiis iii'is »l kinil- iii'ss iind liivi- shown us ilurini: inir roconi hori-jivniniMil. I-'ny liiillon ,I;u' :ind llonnio X i r l \ l n s iind f n i n i l y .lolin find ·liin" ""''' rind f n i n i l y Cliarlos anil .liniinif Lou Kr.hni'l n'l'l fii'i'ily Kd :ind K i i l h y l l d d s s n n J O K D A N " \V wish lo i-.xtPiid In-tin felt t l i a n l i s to Doctor I'nrlor u n i l 111., s i n f f of Ihc U'elil C o u n l y (leiH-.ni! lliihpit.'il i'll' N "" rl1 ' ;inil 1st N'orlh winss for l l l c w o n d p f f i i l i-iiri! ·""' lii"''» ls!i shown nnr Imoil ""i- 'InriliK his I p n p i l i y illness 'i" (I d e a t h . Tliinihs : Isi) In nnr m a n y f r i r m l s fur t h e i r I h u n t r l H f n l - tii-s- .-mil i-Min-M-itins "f ; -V" out of B3 scheduled to work" oii sn'nc shills. universiy Mr. and Mrs. Jerry · f both children. ' Cass and sides _ Thc resen|s a( , Ml . s Ru|)y Q . Toole and Mrs . I tempts at control by anyonelForn Johnson were Mother's | while Ihe faculty, j l i n l l an ,j regents' often BOULDER (API - Four an-' lile J' £ ' rc officially sponsoring a ' i n Denver. and potential candi-i newspaper which they r» f- Dem Candidates ( * i - . administra-lDay dinner guests at Ihe home ten believe'.of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Reed dales for the Democratic ,iomi-; infl " cnce nation for lieutenant governor i t l l e editor. will appear together at a forum -| here May 27. ! On Ihc program for a Dem-' ocratic Women of Moulder Conn- j Iv meeting will be State Rep.' Charles Grant of Longmont, former Rep. Richard Gobhardt of I Boulder, Slate Sen. George l-Rrnwn of Denver and Charles llJickley, an El Paso County con- i tractor. j Brown is considered a possible i candidate. The others have an- inounccd. cannot: Twelve members and one by removing guest, Mrs. Carl Cochran, of ,(ireeley, were present when the Abba Eden ROMH ( A P ) - Israel's For- jeign Minister Abba Khan will visit Italy on June l"-!7 at the invitation nf Italian Foreign .Minister Aldo Moro, Ihe Foreign ·Oflii": announced. Thc \\M County Assessor will sit lo hear objections and protests conterning the valuation of taxable property determined by him for the current year. HcaniiKS will beprin June 8, 1970 and continue through June 30, 1970. Thc Assessors office is located on the third floor of thp Service Huildinjr, office hours are from 8:00 A.M. to -1:00 P.M. Monday through Kriday. Telephone :i5;l-'^-l2 Kxtcn.sion fil. Some Straight Talk About The $4,000,000 School Bond Issue On Tuesday, May 19, the patrons of School District 6 will be given the opportunity to vote on a $4 million bond issue which is intended to provide dollars for remodeling and construction of new buildings within our school district. We feel this issue is worthy of your most serious consideration and action. Our School Board has had thc building problems of this district under careful review for many months, even years. They, with rheir own staff and consultants, have evaluated with care the immediate needs of our children and their schools. The result of this evaluation is reflected in the bond issue of May 19. it is We f i r m l y believe this issue should be passed and we arc f u r t h e r convinced that a responsible, conservative plan which, overall, answers the most important questions confronting our schools today. We recognize it does not' provide complete answers for all problems, but we do believe that it is an acceptable, workable program, that is the very best under the circumstances. We know you won't let a good school system down. We encourage you and your neighbors to vote YES on May 19. CITIZENS FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT 6 VOTE YES

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