Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 3, 1977 · Page 11
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 11

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, June 3, 1977
Page 11
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Fri.,June 3,1977 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 11 LAWN GARDEN 2 GALLON COMPRESSED GARDEN SPRAYER Two gallon tank, 8" galv. steel pump, 26" vinyl hose. No. 1973. 50' x 5/8" GARDEN HOSE T A must for every gardener. Super flexibility, quitted. WALL MOUNT HOSE REEL 12' Holds 200 toot 5/8" inside diameter, hose. No. 234. SPHAGNUM PEAT MOSS 5 47 4 cu. ft. The Ideal soil conditioner for lawns, gardens. Blacks Decker-^ NYLON LINE GRASS TRIMMER 24® Makes fast work of cutting grass, weeds along fences, etc. No.8205. RAINBIRD SPRINKLER 5' Pulsating full or part circle. Control knob to 80' dia. PS5. COLOR GUARD FENCING 4' 25'xl4" plastic coated fence. Won't crack or peet. ORTHO WEED-B-GON 344 43% OL can. Kills broadleaf weeds -roots and all. 40-LB. TOP SOIL T 7 Top seeding-dressing. Ready to use for lawns and gardens. 19" CORDLESS MOWER 169 00 Cuts up to 10,000 sq. ft. on a single charge. Complete with charger and battery. No. 8055. WOOLCO MAKES IT EASY TO SHOP ANKAMERICARO MASTIH CHARGE WOOLCO CARD 1 Convenient Time - Payment 1 Convenient Lay-Away Plan NEEDS IT'S NEW! SUPERBLOCK HUNDREDS OF USES FULL BLOCKS 75' each. MORTARLESS The building block that needs no mortar! Strong, sturdy cinderblock construction. Easy to use. Self-locking, self-aligning. Great for patio enclosures, fences, garage enclosures, room additions, many more uses. HALF BLOCKS 55c ARROW STORAGE SHED 107 Sturdy shed with screened red barn door.' Easily stores all your, gardening needs. Galvanized perma-plate for strength and durability. 10'XIO' SHED 137.88 GALVANIZED STORAGE SHED 59 W'x7' Flat roof, sliding doors. Metal ribbed construction. Unpainted and no floor, exclusive interlocking panels. 10'xlO'SHED 79.00 TRUCKLOAD SALE! RICHLAWN TURF 99 ROLL 3 DAYS ONLY! Each roll is 18" wide x 6 ft. (9 sq. ft. roll). Buy now --you can have a thick green lawn right away! JACOBSEN REEL MOWER 95 WITH FREE CATCHER 19" cutting width, B and S 4- cycle engine, 5 blade cutting unit. No. 12106. ' '^ "\ ' EVERGREEN SPREADERS 5 97 5 gallon. Healthy evergreen spreaders that stay green all year. 1 GALLON TOMATO PLANTS ir Have fresh tomatoes this summer. Assorted varieties. 4.INCH GERANIUMS 77 Hurry in for this colorful potted geranium. Hardy. ASSORTED SHRUBS 3 97 Red Dogwood, 'Honeysuckle, Snowbali Bush, Pontenlllla. JACOBSEN SUPER BAGGER 249 95 WITH FREE CATCHER Compact, lightwcighl for easy maneuvering. Rear Wheel Drive. No. 42)74. UPRIGHT EVERGREENS 9 ! Beautiful evergreens to enhance your yard. 5 gallon. PREM.PACK BEDDING PLANTS 77* A wide assortment of bedding plants to choose from. 5-GAL. CHERRY TREE 6 AAontmorency Cherry Tree. Buy-several for your yard. 2 CU. FT. BUILDER I 17 Aerates soil, holds moisture, natural acidity. 2 cu. ft. JACOBSEN TURBO-VENT® ROTARY 119 95 Smooth cut, better bag ging, anti-clog, full- width cut. No. 31906. PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH SUNDAY, JUNE 5 262611th Avenue Hillside Shopping Mall, Greeley Shop Weekdays 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Shop Sundays 10:00 a.m. to 6:00p.m. BUY WITH CONFIDENCE! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED! Leslie Elmer once object of slay offer CENTRAL CITY, Colo. (UP!) -- One of two University of Northern Colorado students killed in a mountain cabin last winter apparently had her sexual behavior questioned by a former suspect who offered to pay someone to kill her, according to testimony from an investigator in the case. Dale Forde of the Lakewood Department of Public Safety testified Thursday during the first-degree murder trial of Craig Alan Davenport, 16, a Boulder high school student. Davenport, who was arrested a week after the Nov. 12 killings, is being tried as an adult. Forde told the Gilpin County District Court jury he interviewed Kathy McC'abe during the investigation into the shooting deaths of Leslie Ann Elmer and Laura B. Almon, classmates of Miss McCabe at UNC in Greeley. According to Forde, Miss McCabe said Miss Elmer told her Danny Bernard had been spreading rumors she was "a freak and a lesbian." Forde' also said his investigation revealed information that Bernard had had a fight with Miss Elmer at a fraternity party and offered to pay $50 to anyone "to kill that chick." Bernard originally was suspect in the killings but was released after investigators learned he was involved in a traffic accident in Denver at 10 p.m. the night the girls, both 18 and from Denver, were killed at the Almon family cabin near Tolland. Earlier, Deputy Denver Coroner Ben Galloway said Miss Almon apparently knew she was going to be shot and tried unsuccessfully to protect herself. He said the victim was lying down when she was shot and raised an. arm to protect herself. She died of damage to her brain and chest organs caused by seven bullets that entered her left eye, left arm, chest and left shoulder. ; The official said neither of the victims was sexually assaulted before being shot and there was no evidence of drugs or alcohol in their blood; Miss Elmer died of brain damage caused by a .22-caliber bullet which entered her left temple and exited behind her right ear. William Toll, an animal science student at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, said he was staying at a cabin near where the murders occur-. red. The day after the murders, Toll said, he found two knee-top leather boots in the snow near his cabin. Toll also said he found a clothes basket which had a bloody handle and was full of bloodstained clothing. He testified he took the basket to the Almon cabin but no one was. home and the door was unlocked. Miss Almon's sister, Donna, 20, also a UNC student, testified she had dinner with the victims the day before they left for the mountains. "1 said have a good time and I gave Laura a birthday card to take to a little girl in our neighborhood," Miss Almon said. "They were happy. They were tired because they had had tests all the last week." Investigators seek motive in Turcotte death PUEBLO, Colo. (ilPI) --One of the last persons to see slain radio newsman Tom Turcotte alive will be among those questioned in an effort to establish a motive in the apparent murder-for-hire killing, authorities said. Two persons, a nightclub dancer and her husband, have been charged in connection with the murder and police Thursday said they expected more arrests. The body of Turcotte, 35, was found last Saturday on a rural road near Penrose, Colo. The victim's hands and feet had been taped before he was shot to death and authorities said his wallet was missing. One of those to be questioned will be R.F. Goodwin, owner of an advertising agency where Turcotte was vice president. Police said Turcotte drove Goodwin from Colorado Springs to Pueblo and the men dined together the night before the murder. .

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