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I San Miguel Basin Forum, Thursday June 30,1981> 5 ,,alV , I q: t Oul'cty The Ouray County Red 9:30 to 10:30 (Basic res- teer to hel w,th the Re I P " g" " "1 be especially if your child has Cross Swimming Classes cue or advanced life savingyounger children under held at the pool from 9 been enrolled in our pro- will start July 11 and will is a pre-requisite), the direction of an instruc- am until noon on Satur- 9ram before. ALL be held Monday through Basic Rescue 9:30 to tar. If you are willing today July 9. You may also REGISTRATION MUST Friday for two weeks the 10:30 (must be at least help, please indicate so at registerby calling Joan ~ BE COMPLETED BY last class being on Friday11 years old and should the time of registration.Fedel at 325-4441 NOON'JULY9. July 22. Following is a have completed the inter- The Red Cross is char- ~list of the classes to be mediate course and prefer- gins a one-time fee of ~taught during that time: ably the swimmers $1.50 per childfor the Four and five year aids course). (~4-,,,-],-~,4- I,,-,,-~,~ ,.,,11 entiresession. Theonly 10:30 to 11:00. Advanced Life Saving LUUt:: IIL IUC[II WIll other expense you will Beginners 11:15 to (minimum age 15 and ...... have is the admission to 12:00. must passe swimming test. t )lP C OIIIP c.tl -( l )U the pool. We urge you to Advanced Beginners and The class will be taught if ......... .7 ........ take advantage of this ex- Intermediate 9:30 to there is enough interest), cellent swimming instruc- 10:15. Lifeguarding course is tion, the beautiful pool, in progress. nder r " and the remodeled bath 10S~0immers 9:30 to Evening adult classes U new egulattons pursuant to Federal regu- house and let the Ameri from the Department of lation " ..... " Advanced Swimmers will be held if there is Educati n " can Mea t.ross netp your enough interest, o, student loan The cost to taxpayers child become a proficient We will have 22 instruc-guarantors are now requir-for defaulted student swimmer tars working with the stu-ed to file lawsuits on allloans has been a concern " defaulted loans after 360 in recent months, and however,dnet5 as weWillwouldaS 121ikeaides,to days of nonpayment. Stu- members of the lending Education have several parents volun- dent loan officials antici- and educational communi- t pate a surge in legal activ- ties have worked closely ClaSSeS ity. with CSLP to minimize de- - 1.:..... Paul Sales, Colorado faults. The repayment rate seelxlll~ Obituury- Student Loan Program's on guaranteed student - litigation attorney, said, loans in Colorado is ap-- lrl pU~ r "Before a student loan proximately 94%. Over ft'tr~;~]| debtor is sued, he or she 3,000 students who have "" "'" Obitua y has been delinquent on defaulted are making pay- line uT') John Marvin Blair Sr., their account for nearly ments to CSLP, in fact, r" I [hl[U~lrll~ll 72, of Modesto died Fri- two years, during which CSLP has never written off day, May 27, 1988 in time both the lender and a student loan default. People are in'rested in j You wouldn't choose Ihe Ceres. He was a native of CSLP have contacted them Borrowers needing in- many topics, many areas Norwood, Colorado before by letter and phone, all formation regarding their of study. Montrose Con- ~'~ services o| (my profes-- living in Modesto since student loan accounts may tinuing Education Center l,~ sional belore carefully1963. He was a World War contact the Student Loan wants to know what kinds considering if he could II Army Veteran. Mr. Blair Hotlineat 450-9333 or of classes the people in the provide the service and worked in construction for Norwood Basin Area would like to trust you dem(md. 24 years with Operating attend. Engineers Local No. 3 and studerltS Whether for credit or So why take a chance on was a member of VFW att d N-N Chamber non credit, for work re your insurance agent? Post No. 9532 and Oper- e rl finallze lated studies or self- expression, what classes ating Engineers Union, bUSll~IeSS interest you? Call us or =;top= the Local No3 Water Day MCEC needs to know office. Survivors are his wife, ]~)rO~l~om ,~.~xw~a=,..... Wilma B,,*r o, Mode~*o= breakfast where the interest lies in three children, Wanda Lee order . to best meet the ( .._~_a~2"~____ ~ Stephenson of Modesto, Colorado Business Week plans needs of the residents. Patricia Ann Reyes of and educational program matter what sort of class Hawaii and John Marvin you would like - com- UADDVA i Igi/l Blair Jr. of Roseville; in business and economics pater, art, math, auto re- has accepted 390 high The Nucla Naturita pair, anything at all - let us nrle~nrt. ,-vvv,- Brothers James Blair of school sophomores and Chamber of Commerce know - by July 10, before .......AGENCY Montrose,f . George Blair juniorsfrom 143 high met on June 22 to make the new Fall schedules are Tr '&TlCr I 'TI-Ii: o Project City, Ca.; Sisters schools across Colorado. final plans for the annual put together. ,.v,., ......."" Alberta Tooley of Grand The students will be at- pancake breakfast on July __, ....,-_..-,-. =-.b Junction and Helen Welter Contact Mary A deKoe- Mun.u=w ,uu.=y uu.R ...... tending on of the two see.4 for Water Days. vend in Nucla at 864-7347 a me , mm aT Layton, L.a.. Jonn was a stone: July 17 - 23 at theThe meal - pancakes, days or 864-7282 evenings OO;~'d4~-~ , cousin of Don McKeever. University of Southern eggs, sausage, coffe and Lori McKinney in Redvale CIIIROPRACTIC Colorado, Pueblo or July juice- will be served at the at 327-4619 in the even- 31 - August 6 at the Uni-Nucla Moose Lodge from ings or call MCEC in Mont- versity of Northern Color-7 am to about 11 am. The rose at 249-7009 Monday ado in Greeley. cost is $2.50 for adults through Thursday. " By Dr. RIchard Kauffman During the week, stu- and $1.25 for shildren Call too if you are inter- dents receive a first handgrade school age and ested in instructing a class. SCOLIOSlS ~'~ lessonin business where younger. the "faculty" and student At the meeting the S'uhosis - cuxvat,rc or the spine- moderate spinal curvatuR. Most often. , advisors are executives and Chamber heard a report ......,_.o.. b,... .0,. ,0 Basin Doctor of children have it. TIn cause IS .straighten the spine and halt freshet business people, about the youth who are hcledity, notinjm'y, prosresdon. Costs for the students working on the .xce=Is. on call... Caxcft,I examination may enable IPlrelenledasll~rvtcetothe are provided by "scholar- path in Nucla and the need butan e x'pertthc cmlvatspt scoliosis in an i.lant,urc b often not noticeable comntunily by ships" donated by Color- to water seal the Signs and until the you.lzster is tO or 12 yeats ~ ado businesses, large and clean the plexiglass with For the weekend of ,,Id th.-t point, yo.,.aynot ttm small, and by local civic non abrasives. July 1 the doctor on call the child has a bump or hump on lh and professional argent- It was also reported will be D. Lendert, MD ba~. or tirol clothes hang crooked because one shouldc Js than the ..... = ~. zations. Scholarships are that the area maps have until 8 am Saturday, J. Cain, PAC until 8 am Sun- oth=r. The Gnlroproc/Ic ;emer $300 each. The students been reprinted for distrib- day and M. Apling for the ,".ally diagnosis is important so that Main Street are asked to contribute a ution. tleatmellt can start before Ihc cm~ $30 registration fee. The next regular meet- rest of the weekend. v,,,r i, = Nu10, Co. 81424 Attending from Nor- ins is scheduled for July 6 F For Assistance call Dis. specialist in back problems; he or site ca,~ spot the sisnsofscoUosJsand treat 864-7480 wood High are Lisa Collinsat the Naturita Town Hallpatch at 864-7333 or 327- and Tracy Alvarado. at 7 pm. 4646. . \