Fort Collins Coloradoan from Fort Collins, Colorado on July 7, 1967 · 11
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Fort Collins Coloradoan from Fort Collins, Colorado · 11

Fort Collins, Colorado
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Friday, July 7, 1967
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I As the CSU athletic department has grown in recent years so Football Coach Mike Lude has expanded (by 15 television minutes) for the coming pigskin season KLZ - TV officials announce that the "Mike Lude Show” this fall will be slotted into the Sunday morning schedule for a 30-minute segment instead of the quarter - hour period that has been in vogue since 1962 The station has cranked up for a total of 13 shows beginning Sept 30 and concluding Dec 8 Eight of the programs are set to go at 11 am two at 11:30 am and three at 10:30 am Because the Lude - starring vehicle precedes the NFL game air time will vary due to locale of the professional blood - letting so check this column not only for program time but for content Starr Yelland KLZ sports director is to share billing with Lude and it’s in color to boot In this column on June 9 we asked readers to dash off a letter to station officials requesting a more gracious time alottment You did — and we thank you! KKEP in Estes Park should hit the air in about two weeks maybe less It all depends upon a rather important piece of equipment in the broadcasting business — the transmitter And that transmitter has been delayed in shipment but should arrive shortly at Black Canyon By Hollis Hoff Sight V Sound Ranch Lodge on Devil’s Gulch Road the home of the new outlet Air slot for the new AM station is 1470 according to Manager Chuck Bowman with sign on at 6 am and sign off at 6 pm KKEP is gearing up a basic format at country and western music with a segment of rock for the teen - agers and a slice of MOR (middle - of - road) for adults Bowman was formerly on Bill Green’s KLOV staff in Loveland Another area station went on the air June 19 without too much fanfare Newest FM outlet is KGRE in Greeley — companion station to KYOU Manager El-wood Meyer reports that his latest venture is a stereo operation maintaining a quality music schedule from 7 am to 9 pm daily The listening channel: 923 mehacycles With one new station in operation and another about to bounce out a signal we scurried to the record books (well actu- KCOL was the first AM (amplitude modulation) station in Fort Collins and Larimer County going on the air at 1410 kc (kilocycles) March 1 1947 Ten years later KLOV Loveland made its bow on June 1 1957 with a location of 1570 kc KZIX first flashed out a signal on 600 kc Jan 12 1959 The first FM (frequency modulation) station in our town was the CSU student station KCSU with a debut date of Sept 20 1964 ait 909 ' me (megacycles) Then came KFMF FM partner of KZIX in September of ’65 at 933 me and a little later KLOV-FM on Feb 5 1966 with a tune-in at 1023 me While we’re on a historical binge KFKA in Greeley (1310 on dial) is one of the oldest radio stations in the country It took to the air when? Well sir-way back in 1921 on the 21st day of May That was back in the days of the bead sets and Atwater Kent recievers and ally we turned to the Broad- curyed sPefkers and ‘"wf N5 casting Yearbook of 1967) to aerials (on top of windmills) and cote the order of sign-ons through the years and thereby perhaps add a few dates in the history books Public Notice IMPOUNDED DOO Medium-sized male Collie mix black with white chest six months old Picked up Vi mile North of Three Silos Road This dog will be held at Chappeile's Animal Hospital for five days end then will be disposed of By order of the County Commissioners Ray K Scheerer Sheriff Fort Collins Coloradoan 39-BR July 7 1967 SUMMONS IN THE DISTRICT COURT DIVISION I - Civil Action No 1715 STATE OF COLORADO County of Larimer ) RICHARD B NESBIT and ) BURTON A McMURRY ) Plaintiffs) vs ) JOSEPH MASON ASAPH ALLEN ) Individually & d-b-a MASON ) & COMPANY ASAPH K ALLEN ) ELMORE ALLEN MARY J PERLEY) JENNIE ALLEN MARY ISABLE AL-) LEN JENNIE RUTH ALLEN AUGUS) TINE MASON J W LITTLE ASAPH ) ALLEN and ail his unknown hairs also) known as A K ALLEN JAMES NE-) VILLE also known as J NEVILLE) BENJAMIN B HARRIS & JOHN ) LETT and all unknown persons who) claim any Interest In the subject mat) ter of this action ) Defendants ) THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO TO the above named defendants Greeting You are hereby summoned and re qulred to file with the clerk an answer to the complaint within 20 days after erv Ice of this summons upon you If you fall so to do judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief de manded In the complaint If service upon you Is made outside the State of Colorado or by publication or if e copy of Hie complaint be not served upon you with this summons you are required to file your answer to the eomplaint witln 30 days after service of this summons upon you This is an action to quiet title to the following described property In Larimer County Colorado: Commencing at the Southwest corner of the Northeast Quarter NE4) of Section Two (2) Township Seven (7) North Range Sixty - Nino (69) West of the th PM thence North 80 rods thence West 40 rods thence South 60 rods thence East 40 rods to the place of beginning EXCEPT the rights of way for roads and ditches ALSO the West five acres of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarer (SWINE') of action wo (2) Town ship Seven (7) North Range Sixty-nine (69) West Of the 6th P M EXCEPT rights-of-way of record and rights of ways and easements as now constructed Dated June 5 1967 Clerk of the District Court William C Stover Attorney for Plaintiffs Poudre Valley National Bank 40) South College Fort CoiHns Colorado 482-3664 George M James CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT Fort Collins Coloradoan 92-BQ June 9 16 23 30 July 7 1967 NOTICE OF FILING OF PETITION FOR DETERMINATION OF HEIRSHIP IN THE DISTRICT COURT NO 177 STATE OF COLORADO County of Larimer IN THE MATTER OF THE of JAMES COUTTS Deceased ) ss ) ESTATE) ) ) THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE COLORADO: To Ail Persons Interested ING: TAKE NOTICE that there has been filed in said estate a petition asking for a judicial ascertainment and determination of the heirs of such deceased and setting forth that the names addresses and relationships to deceased of all per sons who are er claim to be heirs of said deceased so far as known to the petitioner are as follows to-wit: Names Luclle Carpenter George A Coutts Post Office Address a Fort Coillns Colorado Fort Collins Colorado Relationship Daughter Son You are hereby notified to appear and answer the petition within twenty days after service of this notice on you (if served by publication within twenty days after the last publication of this notice) and In default of an answer or appearance the Court will proceed to receive and hear proofs concerning the heirs of such deceased and enter a decree determining who are the heirs of such deceased person ( Dated at Fort Coillns Colorado this 14th day of June 1967 (SEAL) GEORGE M JAMES Clerk of Said Court By ESTHER V STRATTON Fort Coillns Coloradoan 4-BR June 16 23 30 July 7 1967 r ?! bjoj TT1- 4-1 lb MsJll'M'M Jl MAIL COUPON FOR DETAILS: plenty of squeaks when you tuned in a station As a tacky little tyke we remember listening to seeds on KMA in Shenandoah (Iowa of course) and by golly Mother sent for some 60 packets or so and we had sweet peas growing out of our ears But to get back to the historical files on our area stations KYOU came along on Aug 24 1948 at 1450 kc to become Greeley’s second station and bringing it right up to date KCBL the Colorado State College voice took to the FM band in December of 1966 at 913 me ELMO in Longmont signed on for the first time in December of 1949 at 1060 kc and its FM counterpart went on 1043 me in September of 1964 The United Network which suspended its television programming June 1 after airing just one show for one month says it will resume programming within two months The company which bills itself as the fourth national network dropped its late - nite Las Vegas show -starring Bill Dana af-appearances A company appearnaces A company spokesman says “United expects to serve a network of 70 or more independent stations within the next 30 to 60 days When programming is resumed emphasis will be on filmed documentaries drawing heavily from newsreel archives” If you go for ballet you’ll go for the offering of KRMA (Channel 6) on Friday at 9 pm “Ballet Gala” sportlights star solo dancers performing famous dance scores Talking about scores one of announcers working the All - Star baseball game on NBC Tuesday (KOA-TV) will be Buddy Biattner Now the voice of the California Angels Biattner used to team with Dizzy Dean on the Game of the Week on CBS About 2000 items and services were sold during the five-day “Action Auction” on KRMA in Denver for a total of about $39000 Money will be used for producing local shows and syndicated programs CARPET SALE Barwick's Best Quality on Sale 5 Days Only BUY and SAVE CARPET MART 484-5579 821 E Mulberry ! CITIZENS INDUSTRIAL BANK 1 160 West Oak Street Fort Collins Colorado Tel 482-9566 1 H§uennIMormt!oiioahewmy$vln9ciim9yew: g NAME § ADDRESS flj CITY lorado Rttldtnl Only) Trade in your old mower for a new "Quick and Quiet" LAVN BOY One push on the primer one pull of the starter cord and Lawn Boy's off and running Starts 75 easier Twin-spark ignition Fewer moving parts More power with less weight Hardened steel drive shaft Extra large muffler Fort Collins v Hardware and Gifts 116 E Oak 482-8312 Frontier Days Dancers Coming nnniR nrnttftm mi r - jrs J® mt 011 tslJIMtfiau Includes all labor & parts listed below Only u u‘ Any 6 cyf US auto 8 cyl U S autos $16 66 Add $2 for sir condition You get new spark plugs points rotor & condenser Plus our specialists will clean fuel bowl air filter & battery and check— ignition wires distributor cap starter regulator generator fan belt cylinder compression & battery 221 East Mountain PLENTY OF FREE PARKING 482-9533 Fort Collins will play host to representatives of Cheyenne Frontier Days Thursday July 20 A band of Sioux Indians will lead the contingent as Fort Collins residents are introduced to the 71st annual “Daddy of ’em All” to be held July 25-30 1967 in Cheyenne Fifty of the famed Indian dancers led by Chief Iron Shell will give an opportunity to watch enchanting tribal dances and to see the traditional ceremonial costumes of the Sioux The Indians will perform at the CSU student center from 12:30 to 1:30 pm July 20 Appearing with the colorful Indian group will be Miss Carolyn Homes 1967 Miss Frontier Miss Dianne Spear Lady-in-Waiting and several members of the Frontier Days Indian committee Tickets and information on the “Daddy of ’em All” may be obtained from the Cheyenne Frontier Days office— P O Box 2385 or telephone 634-7794 Cheyenne Wyoming Friday July 7 1967 Fort Collins Coloradoan 1 1 BREWED WITH PURE ROCKY -MOUNTAIN SPRING WATER Shi ir li Vvl llliilfOOl W ItiliEl What more proof do you need? 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