Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 12, 1976 · Page 5
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 5

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, March 12, 1976
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Garden, home show to open tonight Fri., March 12,1976 GKEKI.EY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 5 More than 35 exhibitors plan to display, items ranging from orchidi to boats during the Garden, Home and Recreation Show slated to get under way t o n i g h t ; j n the Exhibition Building at Island Grove. The'dooirs to the show will be open from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. Friday, from noon until 9 p.m. Saturday and from noon until 6 p.m. Sunday at the Exhibition Building. Exhibits for the show are slated" '(o range from motor homes to travel trailers, and from window garden enclosers to a display of hanging pots. The visitors at tonight's event will also be treated to music provided by the Eaton High School choir. A special refreshment "side-walk cafe" will be operated by Weld 4-Hers planning to make a (rip to the nation's capitol this .year to attend a citizenship short- course. Proceeds from the activity will go to pay for the trip. The show will feature several Interesting .garden and greenhouse displays,.,induding four master gardens. These main gardens will-give landscaping ideas and include mountain cabins, streams and ponds. Visitors to the show can expect to see hanging pots, window gardens, patio covers, storm windows and doors, bonsai gardens, orchid and cactus displays, boats, motor homes and a full range of other recreational equipment. GARDEN, HOME AND RECREATION SHOW BEGINS -- Preparations are complete for the Garden, Home and Recreation Show slated to begin tonight in the Exhibition Building at Island Grove Park. The show includes four main gardens including a moun- tain cabin, above, and a tree-lined pond, below. More than 35 exhibitors plan to show items for the garden, home improvements, travel trailers and motor homes, bots and a variety of other related products. (Tribune photos by Lynn Heinze) Census on employment scheduled next week During the week of March 15- survey on employment and 20, the U.S. 'Bureau of the unemployment in the Weld Census will conduct its regular County area, according to Walter A. Freeman, Jr.; director of the Bureau's regionalofficein Denver. In addition to questions on current employment, the March survey will include questions on current work experience and income of household members last year, and whether they have moved since March l, 1975. STEELCASE FURNITURE Bachman's · Households in this area are , _ ,, l · l of the sample of 55,000 La Seme sets kindergarten registration Plant on St. Patrick's Day SWEET PEA SEEDS · FRANK'S Seed Hatchery 709 10th St. 352-1096 across the country scicn- ^. tifically selected to represent a cross section of all United States households. The monthly survey provides the U.S. Department of Labor, with a continuous record of labor force activity. Information supplied by individuals participating in the survey is kept strictly confidential by law and the results are used only to compile statistical totals. Mental health authorities say most persons who attempt suicide have first thought about it for some time. Many, · contrary to myth, will allude to it or talk directly about it, sometimes quite frequently. ATTENTION OFF SEASON RATES Take advantage of these LOW winter rates, which expire March 25th STEAM CLEAN CARPETS Get a Jump on Spring Cleaning with these Specials! COUPON *nj lhrii| mm, dinlni room *MI 1Q95 (3«OH. II. 17 COUPON AIIJ Imni nM, riitiini room, Mntibttnm OQ95 (7JOiig.fl.IU) 03 Reg. s?.9S CALL Reg. 5».»5 Greeley: 356-2273 Ft. Collins: 221-2273 SANITIZED AND DEODORIZED MILLERS CARPET CARE . WE GUARANTEE OUR SERVICE f LA SALLE -- Annual registration and visitation for children planning to enter kindergarten next fall at La Salle Elementary school will be held in the kindergarten room from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday and Friday, April l and 2. Purpose is to acquaint parents and children with the kindergarten program before Ihc child enters school. Activities for children which help determine readiness for school will be given by the Gree/ey man pleads guilty in check case William Hardin, 47, 101 E. 20th St., pleaded guilty in District Court to a misdemeanor fraud by check charge. Judge Robert A. Behrman continued the case to March 23 for a pre-sentence investigation. The defendant entered the guilty plea as a result of a plea agreement under which the felony fraud by check charge originally filed against him was dismissed and he agreed to make restitution in the amount of $125. In the misdemeanor charge, Hardin was accused of issuing a $60 check Dec. 17, 1973, which was not paid' because the defendant had insufficient funds in the bank on which the check was written. William Arries, deputy district attorney, told Judge Behrman that Hardin actually had written two such checks, both on the same day and both had been returned for "insufficient funds." District Re-I staff. A team of consultants will be available to provide suggestions and materials to parents for purposes of stimulating development of their child. Parents should bring the child's birth certificate, immunization record (Colorado law requires that the record be certified by a doctor or health official), and a record of childhood diseases. Registration blanks may be picked up at the elementary school office by parents who want to fill them out before the registration dates. Nunn teacher honored Julia Goellsch, fourth grade teacher at Nunn, has been designated an outstanding leachor nf reading a t the elementary level by the Colorado Council of the I n t e r n a t i o n a l H e a d i n g Association. She was given an Residents warned on chain letters Colorado residents are cautioned about becoming involved in chain letter or similar schemes "to get rich" with savings bonds, Jesse L. Adams, deputy national director, U.S. Savings Bonds Division, said in a public announcement. Adams said many years of experience with chain letters shows that many times participants lose their entire investment. The supply of interested persons is soon exhausted, also, the greater the amount to be invested, the sooner the saturation point is reached, he said. Chain letter schemes which use (he mails to facilitate their purpose are considered by the Postal Service as a violation of the postal lottery and fraud award at the Colorado Council's annual meeting March 5 at Golden. Shp is one of a learn of 1hrw» teachers and an aide who teach in the Nunn Elementary School, part of the Re-9 school district. She uses an individualized approach and emphasizes the use of many materials and activities. Reading has been designated a priority in the district. The Nunn school is in its third year as a Right-To-Head school, a project that emphasizes the teaching of reading. Julia Goettsch $300 OFF Fiat 131 4 Door Sedan 5 SPEED Was '4778.20 $ 4478 20* ·PluiSUte A LUCA! Tim Get Your Free Tickets To Walt Disney's "No Deposit, No Return" With A Test Drive Of Any Fiat In Stock. ·CO ^B TTO Clirtk Us For Our Low Lcrfie- R^les GO'S EUROPEAN AUTO Open Man Fn.t.lUp.m In The Courts DISTRICT COURT Dissolutions filed Six dissolution of marriage petitions were filed in District Court. They were: Timothy Mansfield Tyler, 2135 7th Ave., against Mrs. Nancy Allison Ewing Tyler, 1522 llth St. They were married April 22,1972, at Orlando. Fla., and have no children. Mrs. Roberta Ann Reinke, Platteville, against Gary Eugene Reinke. Married May 1C, 1967, at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, they tiave two children. Mrs. Gail T. Witbeck and Harley W. Witbeck, both 1119 13lh St., jointly filed a petition. They were married Jan. 1,1966, at Phoenix, Ariz., and have two children. William John Potter. Knswcll, N.M., against Mrs. Ellen Gwen Potter, 2536 14th Ave. Ct. They were married at Wheaton, III., Aug. 7. 197C, and have two children. Mrs. Barbara Mock, 2925 17(h St.. against Richard Dean Mock, 1204 291h St. Rd. They were married July 13. 1959, at Sterling and have three children. Mrs. Gloria J. Urbina, .124 19th Ave., against Vinccntc Urbina, also 324 19th Ave. Married in October, 1974, they have one child. Pleads to theft charge Richard James Rafferty, 23, 1825 2nd St., pleaded innocent to a felony theft charge. Judge Jonathan W. Hays continued the case of May 10 for trial or hearing settings. Rafferty is accused of taking money in the amount of $200 or more belonging to Montgomery Ward Co. Jobs available for students More than 90,000 paying jobs throughout the United States and Canada are available to high school seniors, college students and teachers [or the 1976 summer season. Complete information on each of these jobs is contained in the 1976 edition of "Summer Employment Directory of the United States." The directory also provides lips from authorities on summer employment . A reference copy of the employment directory is on reserve at the Greclcy Public Library. 1950 Labor Prices if you upholster now! Sofa $ 89 9 5 Chair S 49 95 , Wfc (Labor! (Labor) · M I Excluding Recliners Leslie We sell Install carpet! Your old furniture has better frames than new furniture, so it can be made into better furniture for less money. CALL NOW --353-2701 B L I N T E R I O R S yourhome- 614 5th Avenue sa.m. iop.m. Givp us a chance to make you a satisfied customer too. 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