Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 6, 1976 · Page 19
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Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, March 6, 1976
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92 Autos For Sill 92 Autos For S*le l«4 LINCOLN Conimrnlal Coupe - 78 000 inilev Completely loodw. Earl Bcrncr 3i261M.vefilngs ; 353 Bl 14. day* 92 Autos For Safe 99 Auctions 99 Sat.. March I, 1978 UHKKI.KV ((.'do.) THIBUNK 'V 1W4 LINCOLN Continental Coupe - Very goMCtr. D«loHw,mustseir. 2B46AT1. ILAAuloSJl«. 1WJ. Factory air and I FOR SALt - ma OMst Charger. elMn. It.BM firm Cdll 357 HH, Mincer) 6 and IIM FOBD Ranch WJgon - Autaalic. poocr HKflno, BrJKcs. air condliionina, radial tires. Rr-al tiwn, run* eictllenl, priced right. May be tt73 SAAB Sonett III - (9.000 miles Excellent condition. «.««. 313 «BS, 1774 SUBARU Coupe, extremely Clean economical automobile. 35? B837,aflwi. 1974 DATSUN 26QZ ~ Cocoa, air, Michrrtinj. wheels, 21.000 miles Musi Sell.I5.3SO 4547646 IWOVOLKSWAGENBug Clean 353 Mil. 1147 CADILLAC for sale - Good , dlllon, reasonable, ie? 4446. 1*7471Q OATSUN Ititlon wagon Call 35J 0701. FOR SALE - 1773 RX2 Mn/da, like n One ownw. |i,ooo miles. Going to · vice. Call 35?«*3. 1W BUG (or sale. Needs ww takes it. call Joe, 353 M03. 1»6» FORD Galaxit wo - Fair condltl lOO.WOmllei. 35MQUor 784 6428. FOR SALE - 1974 oidsmobiie Cutlass Supreme hardtop. Silver, maroon top loodrd, under 11,000 miles, one owner 3517821, call after 4 p.m. IT67 OI.DSMOBILE 42 -- 4 neA jtcc) tttltld radial lircs on \m sport wheeii. !»/! inlerlor, extras, negoliable p please call between 4 and T p m 7IW. WO MOB Roadster convertible -- Wire wheels, leather interior, tonneau covrr, and radio. Excellent! condition 11,875 Call 351 0414 1?73 TOYOTA Cellca - Vinyl lop, automatic transmission, radial lirr-s, ET wneels, low mileage. Alter 5,356-7573. I'M DODGE Charger 3B3 engine, low mileage. S7S5.352-2764. FOB SALE by owner - 196S Chevrolet _Mati'bi". Ash (or Clay. 352-7030 W6» VOLKSWAGEN - Automatic. MOO. 354-5167. MUST SELL March - 1974 Volkswagen Super. Like new. J30Q urvjer boc* low inilr-age. 353 91«. 1970 t-ORD Fairiane 500 ·- J, door hardtop. Real good running condition with good rubber. AsKinij price, 11.300. 353-5775, ·beslotier.352.276i. CASH For Your Car, Pickup or Truck Wickland Motors Ph. 353-1050-1051 FORD, good tondltlon, good tlrei, 9*6 Fwd bod-/ complete. 1H3 Pontlac esloflfr. Ul flu. TOR SALE - 1969 ChcvelleMatibu OoM condllfon.]S37lso,allerS. 1566 CHEVROLET Caprice, air con. ditioning, power steering brakes. 377, V I, t door, beit oiler. 3S6 /B1,af SPECIAL SAVINGS ON MAZDA 72 RX2 2 Door 67,492 miles. No. 5760. MARCH NADA BOOK PRICE $1800 OUR PRICE $1300 '74 RX4 Station Wagon 13,045 miles. No. 2336. MARCH NADA BOOK PRICE . . . . $3950 OUR PRICE $3150 '73 RX2 4 Door 14,332 miles. No. 0907. MARCH NADA BOOK PRICE . . . . $2400 OUR PRICE $1825 '73 RX2 4 Door 15,185 miles. No. 0311. MARCH NADA BOOK PRICE .... $2400 OUR PRICE $1825 Bender Auto Sales 125 ath Ave. Phone 352-4358 HITT-GRAHAM DODGE ft L'J -CJE NLS.-JBit" TM *.i }°..± A CHRYSLER LEASE, EXECUTIVE, DEALER DEMOS 75 Chrysler Cordoba LI. Gold w/Gold vinyl top. All popular options Including I air conditioning. Slock No. P-619A. 75 Charger SE Blue Mptalllr w/Blue vinyl roof All popular option? In eluding air conditioning speed control. Stock No. G- 3A. 75 Ply. Custom Suburban Wagon 9 Passenger. Lt. Gold. All popular options including air conditioning luggage rack. Only 2,000 miles. Stock No. P-6UA. 75 Chry. New Yorker Brougham 4 Dr. Loaded with everything. Green Metallic w/Black vinyl roof. Slock No. P-592A. 75 Dodge Royal Monaco 4 Dr. H.T. Medium Gold Metallic w/Gold vinyl roof. All popular options including air conditioning. Stock No. P- 532A. 75 Dodge Dart Sport 2 Dr. White. Slant engine. All popular options Including fold down rear seat. Stock No. P-598A. 75 Dodge Dart Swinger 2 Dr. H.T. Slant 6 engine. Med. Blue Metallic w/Blue vinyl roof. All popular options including air con. ditloning. Slock No. P-617A. 174 Plymouth Satellite I 4 Dr. Lt. Blue w/White vinyl top. All popular options in- I eluding air conditioning. Stock No. P-555A. 74 Ply. Satellite Sebring 2 Dr. H.T. Frosty Green Melalllc w/Green vinyl roof, I I All popular options including air conditioning. Stock No. I P-527A. 74 Charger 2 Dr. H.T. I Wed. Gold Melalllc w/While vinyl roof. All popular op. | tions Including air conditioning. Stock No. P-571A. 75 Imperial LeBaron I 2 Dr. H.T. Totally equipped with everything. Midnight | I Blue w/Blue vinyl roof. Slock No. P-262A. SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF USED CARS! HITT GRAHAM DODGE n ' 352-7246. 1501 W. 1 0 T H ST OR SUPER Sharp 1970 Ford Maverick - 7 mile*. H.300. nc, floor shin. 93 Vans For Sale 94 Pickups, Trucks TWENTY used 1 'ontrucks -- scklch and Cobb Truck Sales, 1-15 and Colorado M. Long moot. Jit SMS; I DO 3]? MSI. 1974 CHEVHOLfcl pickup- 10,! Asking 11.JDO. ** Ion Cuilom Will consider iradc. 311 S?50 OH 19SI T O R D - Jton iruck, bee I»7J DODOE D-JOO - Camper special 9.000. Htflvv duty automatic, power tieerlng, power brake*, auxiliary tjmk, large mirrors, long bo, priced S400 ' w book price. May be Men rll 34JS. r phor 1974 FORD Rancher 1975 FORD Ronchcro 500. Topper 3» 7SJJOI sprat ?6S) Mountain uan :r«.OOO.JB4M»l. FOR SALE 1970 I box, excellent fond 74lhSI.,i)ltcr:30. Most sell. 3S70TO7. FOR SALE or Trade. 1952Mack truck I« trailer, new recap tires on 1000x22 Budd wheels 353-5V43. ipeed, 3W 95 4 Wheel Drives 1944 JEEP Wrtoonr-cr, 4 by 4, 6 cylinder, new motor, rebuilt transmission. Period condllion 11.000 or best olfer. 3S7 0696 Equip [it condition, lully 737 37!h AVP., No. 1974 K 5 Bt A7EH Cheyl 19.000 milet. excellent i equipped, o rd.17.000 351 cV,34. alte AUCTION TONIGHT Sat., March 6-- 7:30 P.M. 103 1 1th Ave. -- Greeley (Indoors - Every Saturday Night) Let it snow! It's always nice and cozy at Saturday night's auction -- indoors. This week featuring a good selection of furniture/ appliances/ antiques collectibles and a select offering of unclaimed freight store close-out merchandise. Come out all day Saturday from 9 A.M. for best inspection of sale items. APPLIANCES FURNITURE: Harmony House brand white provincial bedroom set in nice condition w/single bed, mattress/spring, dresser w/mirror, matching vanity type desk; Mediterranean style credenza ; white high chest; metal utility cabinets; luxurious green/gold matching couch chair; gold velvet swivel rocker,- wrought iron vanity stool, ornate; king size carmonball bed; BW Emerson TV Magnavox color TV console; end and coffee tables; asst. commodes; maple coffee and end table set; headboards; asst. chests and dressers; nightstands; carpeting; corner desk; small school desk; gold loveseat; cherry dining table w/4 chairs, extra nice; GE dishwasher; mattress and box springs; green recliner; small roll-top desk, modern; pine knee hole desk; dinette set w/4 chairs; formal bedroom grouping w/amoire chest, matching dresser w/large twin mirrors, double or queen size bed; walnut chest of drawers; dinette w/4 large swivel chairs -- extra nice; luxurious black vinyl sofa w/mat- chlng chair, tufted in mint condition; sm. black chest w/IIonsheads pulls; wall bars; 4 plastic chairs; yellow dinette w/four chairs; monk's chair w/black upholstery; lamp commode table; 3 pc. bedroom set w/ch«st, dresser/ bookcase/ double bed; large, ornate wall mirror; tall upright bookcase unit; metal plant stands; painted corner cabinet; small loveseat; vanity stools; dinette w/6 brown floral chairs; yellow chest; asst. upholstered furniture items; refrigerators; washers; rocking chairs; bookcases; asst. lamps --pole types, tree lamps, ginger jar tamps, "gun" lamps; many other quality furniture items. SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS: ANTIQUES, MISCELLANEOUS: Brand new Brother electric typewriter w/case; 3 drawer office files; office chairs; asst. office files; swivel desk chair; 2 -- new pharmacy drug cabinets, white, all steel w/shclvcs -- extra nice; large asst. of metal office files, 2 drwr, 3 drwr, card files, stack files, etc.; metal Ice cream stool; cherry bentwood office chair w/csne seat in mint condition -- unique; ruby oil lamp; oak dresser base; old display cabinet; solid oak bookcase w/glass door, oak shelves; old wooden barrel; old Smith Wesson revolver; floor lamps; irons; crocks; small trunk, old; all kinds of small antique miscellaneous; lanterns; copper items; several nice pieces of antique furniture coming from estate in Mead, Colorado -come out Saturday for best inspection of all sale items. UNCLAIMED FREIGHT: All first quality itemi, no damage. 10 -- 25 Ib. bags Gravy Train; cases Scott bathroom tissue; cases Kleenex; S«nka coffee; Gold Medal floor, 250 Ibs. In S Ib. siie -- both wheat white; cases of Quick Oats, buttermilk pancake mixes; case of Dial soap; cases dog biscuits; asst. Betty Crocker, General Mills, etc. cake mixes; sets of Corelle dishware; 5 45 Ib. bags Scotts Turf-Builder fertilizer/food; bagsot charcoal briquets; pyrex dish and ovenware Items; cases of asst. breakfast cereals, Cheerios, Wheaties, Wheat Chex, etc; cases of noodle dinners; chocolates; cases of soy sauce; kid's shirts; asst. paper products. This Is a good way to save on all your food and household needs! Asst. stuffed animals, new, w/built-in transistor radios; cases ol stationery. tg Slill Accepted Fur This Auction. Gel Your Sali'nble Items In Kiylil l ! l Ti/.SWr 77/nc I hi Snluriliiv! TERMS: Cashorgoodcheck/Saledate. INSPECTION: Promt A.M. Saturday/only. EVERYONE WELCOME Colorado auction company 356-4534 103 11 avenue · greeley, co. 80631 sieve baldwin, auctioneer Member of National Colorado Auctioneers Associations Real Estate Transfers Document lees listed are at the rate of one cent per 1100 or the selling price. Property selling for less than }1M is exempt. . . dark green, black s of lop, 20.000 miin. and f lew la I Ion lirto. Like new. U.STS. Call 3S4 1370. no trade. 99 Auctions LEGERE AUCTION t REUIV, INC. Auctioneers Realtors For Information call Longmont, 1-772-9411 Offices in Kansas Colo. lKmtd-«i«, IM., Mli., Cdo, rr» Feb. 28 Farm Si Home Lumber Co. to Larry George, Inc. Block "A" and the West 15 ft. of Ash St. adj. Block "A", Hudson, DF $1.05. Free Methodist Church of Greeley lo Felix Rodriguez Mary Rodriguez, S'.i Lot 3. Thayer's Plat, Greeley, DF $1.35. Sylvia F. Weathers to David H. Cook Janice M. Cook, Parcel A, Tract D, Greeley Plaa, Greeley, DF $5.90. Vrrnon Nordhausen Raniona ^'?rdhaus*»n. Sophie Nordhausen and Karen Christner, formerly Karen Nordhnuscn, * Lloyd Christncr to Jimmy L. Mullanix, Elvcra Mullanix. Dennis R. Gockley, Donna Gockiey, Harold Uean Pursley 4 Charlene Pursley, E'.jOt 19-903, SW-4 of 20-9-03. E'-j of 5-8-60: and S'A SWW of 58-66, Weld County, UF $8.80. Jimmy L. Mullanix, Elvera Mullanix. Dennis R. Gockley 4 Donna Gockley. Harold Dean Pursley 4 Charlene Pursley lo Sophie Nordhausen ['-.» i n t . i , Vernon Nordhausen ('» int.). and Karen Chrislner Ok int.I, N E U of 4-8-85; SW' ( E's of 33-965; N W 5-il-«6; and N ' - j SWU of 5-8-65. Weld County, DF SS.80. Trading on the stock market hits lowest level of new year By FRANK W, SLUSSEH holidays. The average daily DPI Business Writer volume for the first two months NEW YQKK (UP!)--Prices of this year has been more than closed irreg'.ularly lower this 30 million shares, week in the slowest trading of The slowdown in the trading the year on the New York Stock was evidence the institutions Exchange a;? investors, con- had invested as much money as points to IS on 1,779,800 shares, fused by the Federal Reserve they're going lo for a time The company recently reported Board's tighter monetary poli- being, that any "new" money improved earnings and won a cies, retreated to the sidelines, was coming from public Uncertainty increased late in speculators and that Wall clouds Street was entranced by the the action for (he second consecutive week, a further indication the market rally might have peaked. Litton Industries topped the Big Board actives, gaining 3 n 4 the week when the covering the nation's money fed's apparent credit tight supply picture failed to lift, ening. There were indications, howe- It mattered little to profcs ver, the board was acting sional traders that the govern- couple of large government contracts. Levitz Furniture, a glamor of a few years ago, was the second most active issue, gaining I ' i to 8'« on 1,153,400 shares. The issue has been strong since the company rapidly, but in small steps, to ment reported increases in prevent a robust infant f.'conom- factory orders, durable goods reported sharply higher Febru- ic recovery from lotting its orders and nondurable goods ary sales. balance. orders; that Detroit's automak- Merrill Lynch, which benefit- The Dow Jones industrial ers registered sizable sales ed from the record January average, out of step with the gains; that wholesale prices and February NYSE volume, fell, and unemployment declined for the fourth consecutive month. The fact that the economic was the third most active issue, up I'H to 31' 4 on 1,047,900 shares. Scandal -plagued Lockheed recovery would be robust had picked up 3 to lOVj in active been discounted during January trading. The company said it and February, when the Dow hopes lo convert a large average rose nearly 150 points amount of its bank debt into in the heaviest trading in the preferred stock after settling 184-year history of the NYSE. differences with the Securities What captured investor atten- 4 Exchange Commission over lion was the fact that short- disclosures, term money rates rose at the Teledyne soared 12» B to 52ft. beginning of the week, sig- The company, which recently naling. according to veteran rnmplptwl a tendpr off-°r for it? money watchers, a Fed tighten- own shares, early this week rest of the market, managed to gain 0.31 point to 972.92, little more than a week .after the blue-chip average had challenged the 1,000 level. Standard Poor's 500-stock index fell O.GO point to 99.11 and the NYSE common slack index 0.30 to 53.05. Declines topped advances, 1,042 to 7%, among the 2,053 issues crossing the tape. Myron Helman, vice president of Shields Model Roland, said "on a ncar-tn infprmpHi- ale-term basis, the market has peaked." He noted the Dow ing of credit. After the initial said il was calling its 3H per signal, however, observers en- cent convertible debentures for gaged in a guessing game redemption April 5. about the magnitude of the Halliburton plunged 12'.* to Fed's new policies. 136' 2 following published re- The Fed had taken its action ports some analysts have lo stem a recent surge in the revised downward their esti- nation's money supply. But late mates for the firm after industrials to go no lower than Thursday, the board reported a painting a ble«k picture .tor 890 in the near future before sharp decline in the supply, marine oil drilling firm* the gaining some strength." Some observers said that might next two years. Volume totaled 120,542,710 nave been caused by Ihe Texas Instruments fell 5% to shares, down sharply from the Treasury's $C billion offering of ii3?a. The company said it 161,787,900 traded last week, the 8 per cent notes on Feb. 18. expects fist results during the Nobody knew for sure. next quarter. So does Tfah- Aside from that, most ana- nicare, which lost 4 s * to 38. lysts felt the market was due Elgin National jumped 6'i to for a rest from the unprece- 30 after reporting sharply This week's volume, which dented rally during January higher earnings and declaring averaged 24.1 million shares TMA February. Many felt an its first dividend in 18 yean. extendedpcriodofconsolidation The company also made a would be healthy for the tender offer of $27.50 a iHtre market in the long run. for up lo 300.000 of its »wn Low-priced stocks dominated shares. utility average, which generally leads market turns, has slipped recently. As a result, Helman said he felt the industrial average would come under pressure. He said he "would expect the Dow second busiest week on record. Turnover during the same week a year ago totaled 130,010,110 shares. daily, was (he slowest in a full week since 84,625,390 were Iradcd the week ended Dec. 19, 1975, just prior lo the Christmas MARKETS York ( A P I -- For ' AkflnAI 14 ABmds AmBdc ACfln Stock FreepM Ji»i~ l e Chi Crtrwr t « GenDyn ·I-- i-j GenEI lU I ** GnFood I '» GenMl '14- V. GnMol i»+ Vj GPubU 'i- "· GTrlEi PhclpD 4l'i PhrlMot il'l Phil PI 50'* Poll-Old 3t!t r t, Reylnd tiii IDAHO POTATOES (M.H M»r 'I W 11 «t H.M 1 Silas: May i Qpm 'tnlTTrtt- Mfly 174 PORK BELLIEI(lrl,*Hlfc Mar 6».07 Bf 10 M.70 , May 69.40 *».is tj 3D i 69.90 if fO U.iS t MOO (400 64 SO t i GaPoc Gilcte Goodrt, Goodyr Gracr GrGlani Greyhd GullO HrJCl» HCAltP - UAL V( UMC 'n Uncarb ., UnClcc UnOOil li ( UP*C i Unlryl i, UnltBOi acot» / i -- i, UnilCp ShrifO 4}}* UnilCp SOCalE 19'« - '« USCyp SoothC U',- '* USInd SouPac 34'.-t t, LJSSll SoyRy Sf'j + l UOP SpcrryR a - '. Otawn n- Mar i 1U: I If .01 * t » a.U 5: +1H lafrwy Ji'»- »» SIRcg M ' f c t '· SCM Jf'l- »* SCOIIP ItFCi 3J - l.j SldOOJl staulC sterDg 4. i, W«ICI 16*. . , 4 Wfhyr «1 4 , Aug 711 Open inferek March 1118 July J*71: Aug 77J. b-Rid. a-Atkrd: n-Norn K A N S A S C I T Y (AP) -- vJn OK 1 ctnli lo up 1 term. 3.93^4.34'j; No. ) 3.16 .«fl wheat 3.M 3 7Sn; No. 3 3.*7 J.7 Corn 41 cars: Unch to 4 cm wtiitc 7 45 7 6fn: No 3 1 IS yellow !.7J",; No. 3 J.74V Oiltl cars: Nom. Unch; 161 I 73n, No. 3 1 SM.TJn. No : Rye 1.41-1 4r.. No. 7 Barley J.7/-7 37n. No. 1 Soybeans 4.i3'j t rHi, Sacked bron M 75 10000 backed shorts f7 IS M.00. ceina Chmpln fhryslr CltSv CocaC CoiGas MaraO MarlMa MCDnid McDnD Denver Cith Grim DENVFR (AP) - WhP^t No 1 hard Denvor Hon DENVER (API -- F-riOay's quotations. hog\ JOO bur 10*.-. tna glut 1.7i Mgher. U.S. I 1 ?00 J40 ID a 00 «B.7S: 7 3 740 780 Ib 44.W 4.JS; so«i I 00 higner, 1 3 300 630 ID Jf.OO O 00 Apr Open High Lew close Prev LIVE BEEF CATTLE («,OM Ibs) Old 37.11 37.97 17.M 37.ti 37 60 II SO . 41.40 I.t5 41.30 NFW Y O R K S8 + ' 110'.- -· 1 70'.- i 1ST -- i EostAir EasKd Calon NwiBnc OcciPt OlinCp Omarfc OutMar Chvcnlll PaiCO PcnCni PcnD.x FridBY change. Open High Low Close Prev. MAINE POTATOES (SO.OOO Ibl.) NW 8.30 f 60 8 0 1 9.60 fit Apr 10 IS 10.4J 1Q.QS io.?o 10 70 M»y I] iB 13 75 13 10 13 40 13 30 Hov 5 8 7 S9i 5.8b 5.vO S 8S SflIM 4,617. NEW Y O R K (AP) - Dow Jon« sloe!-. averages. . Open. Hlqh Law Clow Chg. Indus W 3 H W I . O W i 3 Wl.H -!.!3 Trans 705 71 70.7S JOJ.ii 105 II * 0 iv Utils 8674 SA W B 5 7 5 85 7! --0 f) 65S!kS J?7J5 :N66 194 88 77f 73 ' 0 4 4 indirtlr.Ml 1.485.700 Trjtniporiaiion S60,iOO Utrlitn 3S9.500 *1 Stopki 7.407.700 4} SO Ocl 4 3 4 5 4180 4 3 4 0 43 SO 041.30 DCC 4410 44 45 44 IS 4 4 4 0 44.70 balci: Apr,| 155; June 44; Au« II; Oil 8: DCC 116 Aug V\t: Ocl 1019. D«. 64! LIVE/BEEF/CATTLE/(«,6M Ibt] npw Apr 37 50 17.55 17.07 37.M 37.10 ·Jun Jl JD 4 ;Q jQ.fS 41 40 41.10 Aug 4 3 0 5 43.47 4!.f2 4 3 3 5 419i Oct 4 3 3 0 4 3 7 5 43.JS 4 3 7 5 43.17 Dm 44 IS 44.47 44.00 44.4: 44 IS l~Cb 4 4 5 0 4 1 7 5 4 4 . 4 7 44.7S 4410 Salrt: Aprrl 21JB. June H76; Aug 7M: Ocl 1«0. U« 136. Tcb 7. Open inlerm.- April SMI; June 4144; Aug 7557. O d B J l ; Dec J47; Fcb II rCEDER C A T T L E (47.000 !bi) Mar 39.60 3960 39.SO 3» » H3» 50 Apr 40 w JO 10 40 00 40 00 alf tS MB/ 40 IS J3 IS 400J 40 IS 40 10 AUQ 40 55 40 5S 43 55 40 55 40 ii Spp 4 0 5 5 4Cii 4 3 5 5 40 S? 4965 Ott JC60 4070 4 0 3 0 4 0 7 0 43 S7 Nov 4 0 4 0 40 «0 4 0 4 0 4 0 W n 4 f l 6 0 Saiei March «. April ( ; Mav U; AUB - ' - - ' 0:1 :o. ·· Open . : Mflrc |«. SPORTSMAN'S DIGEST Vw SNAP-SHOOTING AT A MOVING TAR6ET SWAP SHOTS WILL MISS IF GUN IS RAISED AMD FIRED BRBCTLV AT A CROSSING OR QUARTERlNG- AWAY TARGET. SO, MAINTAIN A FORWARD ALLOWANCE AHKAD OF THE TARGET WHILE SWINGS GUN TO SHOULDER. AND, IP YOU COMBINE SIN6L6 THOU8HTS OF BOCV PIVOT, MAINTAINING A LEAD WHILE RAISINS OUN,AND FULLING TWE TRIGGER, TO A ONE-THOUGHT rXMAMAND WHfcNft PRACTICE SCG- S1ONS, YOU MAY BECOME AN EX- CELUEMT SNAP IIOT. SCHOOLFOREST SANDY, Ore. (AP) -- Twenty minutes from Sandy Hill School, in the foothills of Mt. Hood, about a dozen students scramble from a school bus, donning hard hats as they prepare for their roles as lumber jacks in a forestry products class. In 1936, the school was given 80 acres of logged-over land on the condition that it be used for education. Nearly 40 years later, the land is being used to teach students about the logging industry. "The emphasis is on a work- experience type of training," said Veril Nelson, instructor. "Labor laws keep most of these kids from getting jobs in the woods while in school and lh«y will get plenty of book work in college." . ttt: Auq ?3; Sro 37. Oct JIO, N J 3 6 S 4 J 7 5 J J 3 S 47 3S 4! SS 3? 7S 30 i 1*80 39 80 FCD K B 5 4 0 0 ? 3980 3t »1 D3* XI S,i ,1 Ap',| jm. June 10SO; Jul, «J. Aug 174. Of! 106. Dec S4. FeO 10. Opn inter Mt Apr,! 5197: Jure 3 Z 1 S . Julv 7142: Aug 1031; Oil 537: Dec 354 I SMART CHART byStansbury "Although recovering, we are no) yelrobust"

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