Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 10, 1976 · Page 8
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8 GREELEY TRIBUNE Wed,, Mirth It, 1CT 'Greeley man enters guilty plea in attempted theft case Robert E. Schafar, 23, 1709 · 3Jst SI. Rd., pleaded guilty in District Court here to in attempted theft charge filed against him in connection with the cashing of checks it 12 business establishments here between June 7 and Nov. 15 last ' year. ' Judge Jonathan W. Hays ^ gave the defendant permission L to appy for probation and continued the case of May 10. William G. Pharo, deputy ' district attorney, said all the 1 checks, which totaled over $200, had been written on an account at the State Bank of Greeley, now Central Bank of Greeley. He added the last day any of the checks would have been paid by the bank was in July and most of the checks were written after that time. TfOCnVT Cff tIlKlOlMM metting begins of 7 P.M. A story in Monday's Tribune incorrectly listed the time for a hearing to be held at the District Six Administration Building on proposed rule* for a new Teacher Certification Act to become effective July 1. The story listed the limes as 7 a.m.; actually, the hearing begins at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March IS. Catch a 6 Fish Fillets 16 Peg Legs Fryes for Four or Fryes for Four Keg of Slaw Keg of Slaw or '· -S£*^*xA ^ifiMNt 3 Fish Fillets rt..Wf..Jtl 8 Peg Legs Fryes for Four Keg of Slaw ·Mix or match meals that feed four for $5.55 SEAFOOD SHOPPES 2435 W. Tenth St. (Across from "Ted Chefs" Man pleads guilty fa attempted tfceft ^ A La Sail* man who allegedly charge filed against him was ',^ v M** mUnt for a"n obtained about $4,000 in welfare di.mined and the jtotncl at- Eatoll roo f, n g , irm , t ^,1^ assistance to which he was not torney s office agreed not lo d|jtrj( . ( , i( entitled to, pleaded guilty in oppose hu rwemng probation ( ^^ ( . m · Diitrict Court to an attempted if that is recommended by the ||le lod up ,,, j,,,,.^, 197 £ theft charge. probation department. wnenS hullz was receiving ADC The defendant, Clifford L. William G. Pharo deputy ^^ (he ^^i,, had Shultz, 32, entered the plea as a district attorney told Judge deniKl he was ^^ olhcr Windsor purchases minibus WINDSOR - The Windsor Town Council etherized the purchase of a minibus, primarily for senior citizen transportation, during its meeting Monday night. The council approved $4,000 for the purchase of a good used bus and 11,200 for annual operating costs. Weld y Social Services hut at about the same lime, lhe defendant had started receiving workmen compensation checks. Shullz CHICAGO SHOW CHICAGO (AP)-Theplans, photographs and models of some 150 buildings and projects designed by 100 leading Chicago architects arc to be exhibited May 1-June 10 at the Museum of Contemporary Art. The exhibit is called "100 Years of Chicago Architecture." int permission to appy for probation and continued the case lo May 10. '. WILD BIRD SEEDand FEEDERS FRANK'S Seed Hatchery 70? loth St. /WWSA^V Rude awakening In the top photo, Mary Pierce of Evans wakes up to the sound of a yapping puppy instead of soothing music from her dock radio. In the bottom photo, the persistent four- pound, four month old pooch, "Rug Rat", intends to stare at Miss Pierce until she arises. (Tribune photos by Debbie Braskich) Three men sentenced in counterfeit money case SALT LAKE CITY (AP)--A federal court judge has sentenced three men to 15 years in prison and fined two of them $20,000 for their part in printing $5.5 million in counterfeit money. Judge Willis W. Hitter sentenced and fined Allan D. LeM- on, 28, and his brother Gary, 27, both of Salt Lake City, but issued no fine for Austin Brent Rackham, 29, Las Vegas, Nev. At the time of their arrest. federal agents said the seizure of bogus bills was one of the largest in U.S. history. The bills, all $100 notes, were taken at a surburban storage shed where one of the men was wearing yellow rubber gloves covered with ink, agents said. Anthony Sherman Jr., agent in charge of the Salt Lake City Secret Service office, said the money was of "variable quality. Some very good and some very poor." He said there was no indication that any of the money had been spent. Secret Service agent Earl E. Decima said in a complaint the arrests came after an undercover agent, working at a supply company, saw one of the men purchase ink. He said the agent scratched his initial "K" on the ink container and made a note of the man's license- plate number. The car's registration was traced and agents raided the shed. GREELEY RECREATION Spring Ski Special TDID ^fiQTSH-MeKhtin I Kir tUOl ind lift ticket) REGISTRATION ZSr D CP I CTCD Jt lhe Gt " ltJ f " ks anct Rec ' n C.U I O I L niMtion Department, 701 10th hi Bum leite the Greeltj Recicdlign Center, 701 10th Avenue il 6:30 a.m. e«h dite jniTwill le»t the ski itei btinttn 4:00 p.m. ind 4:30 p.m. Ontj the lint 40 piocngen who sifn up wiU be allowed to (o, ontj on; bus trill be going lo eicti iM nei on eich diy. RegisttinU mif iifn up far one (tip or anr COTibinitton of dips. MON DAY, MARCH 22-- ARAPAHOE BASIN WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24-- WINTER PARK FR I DAY, MARCH 26-- LOVELAND BASIN SATURDAY, MARCH 27-- ARAPAHOE BASIN FINAL WEEK SINTON'S Shurfine , V/i Can Sliced, Halves PEACHES [ FRUIT COCKTAIL PEARS APPLE BUTTER COFFEE ci niID ,«"»·*! I L^i/W IX Shurfine 10 Bag ·· SALAD DRESSING;; 79 f TOMATO SOUPKS,..6J1 CRACKERSss 47* DOG FOOD Shurfine i 28 Oz. Jar t Lb - Shurfine i Can ,.,., Shurfine GREEN BEANSSff 4J1 TOMATO JUICE S ,K» 49 ROUND STEAK BOLOGNA BACON STEAKS onACT p RU A3 I PIKES PEAK U.S.D.A. Choice Beef Lb Ohie Imitation Chunk Lb. I Shurfine 14 Oz · Shurfine 303 Can.. Shurfine 303 Can .. TOMATO SAUCE CATSUP KRAUT TOMATOES MILK MACARONI SHORTENING TOILET TISSUE Shurfine 7%Oz... 15 35 Shurfine Canned, No. 1 Tall. 3J1 Shurfine, Shurfine. Can »,,,,, FROZEN FOOD BUYS rn\S4.c:i* r\J\JLJ uw i j j. ORANGE JUICE 5 s ! $ 1 PEAS Ffor Shurfine 10 Oz. Pkg ~ for CORNJ.T?,, 4 GREEN BEANSiisff.4.,1 -.^VEGETABLES BROCCOLI :."£"' 4», J 1 BRUSSELS SPROUTS CAULIFLOWER If 3,., '1 SPINACH 10 Oz. Pkg.. Oz.. 10 Oz. Pkg .... STRAWBERRIES?.? 59' TOPPING" 1 '" 4 4 3 6 for for l?0z. 39' Cube or Continental U.S.D.A. Choice Beef RUMP OR Choice Beef Lb. Thrifty Grand 1 Lb. Pkg. POTATOES2(k $ l 45 CELERY STALK i\M m iiCJ oMious 0 Lb. Bog .17' 79 C FOR SAYINGS YOU CAN SEE WE GIVE MOR-VALU STAMPS! FLOUR MARGARINE BREAD Gold Medal Old Timey 1 513 14th Avenue Prices Good Thru Monday, March IS Open 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. 6 Days A Week

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