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8 -San Miguel Basin Forum, Thursday June 30,1988 I 7 members of Nucla Assembly No. 87 Inter- national Order of Rainbow for girls and 2 adults left for Denver to attend the 59th Annual Session of the Grand Assembly of Colorado held on June 10, 1 1,and 12 at the Sheraton Denver Tech Center. There were 212 girls from 37 Assemblys thru out the state of Colorado. And 5 representatives from other Grand Assem- blies in the United States Texas,Florida,California, Oklahoma and Georgia. Nucla Assembly re- ceived 3 grand Appoint- ments, Darla Lemmon, Grand Patriotism; Phyllis Series, Grand Representa- tive of Colorado to the State of Rhode island; Becky Skees, Grand Chion member. Between Sessions the girls were busy making new friends, exchanging addresses and Saturday afternoon from 1 to 4 at the Luau they shared swaps. Pound report 6 Dingo mix puppies- 8 weeks old. 1 pit bull- male-good dog needs home. Shots are current. 1 dalmation-male 8 months old excellent family dog, shots andtags. 2 Australian shepards- male. 2 years old -shots and tags are current. 1 female dingo puppy tail not docked. 8 weeks old. If you would like any of these dogs contact Jo Ellen Turner or Naturita Town Hall. Friday, June 24 We had a small sale Fri- day with prices nearly steady on all classes. Market on all livestock is depressed and prices are considerably lower be- cause of the continued drought. CATTLE: We had a few yearling steers and heifers and they were selling steady with last week. Cow/calf pairs sold from $660.00 to $800.00 per pair. BUTCHER: Commerc- cial & Utility cows 36.25 to 38.25; Heavy cows 31.00 to 33.50; and butcher bulls 50.75 to 54.75. SHEEP: Butcher ewes 1 9.00 cwt. We will not be holding a livestock auction next Friday, July 1, due to the July Fourth Weekend. Our next livestock auction will be July 8. Our first special sheep sale will be held on Tues- day July 19th and they will continue on through the summer and fall. Jim Flowers Auctioneer and Manager 249-4126 or 249-6202 I You'll find everything under me sun and stars at me Colorado State Fair. From Pig Races and the Jr. Livestock Sale to High Tech Exhibits and Midway Rides. And don't missthe exciting concerts and rodeos in the Coors Grandstand! Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine ~oop. r.. ~. ~ George Strait ~00p, sa ~. 27 * Crosby, Stills & Nash e.o~. s,,=~.~ * PRCA Championship Rodeo v~mMo,,,~,,~n~ ~ ~,~s~ i * PRCA Championship Rodeo/Nitty Gritty Dirt Band & The McCarters z30a.~.~p~ 2 * PRCA Championship Rodeo ~o~sa s~3 * PRCA Cha~npionship Rodeo/Johnny Cash featuring June Carter &t The ~huTh Sow Band 7:j0~sa. s,m.3 ,~ Linda Ronstadt in Canciones De Mi Padre ~.oo~s,,,, ~. 4 * Poison ~,oo~Mo.. s~ ~ Colorado State Fair August 26-September 5 in Pueblo oCa, az~=e For tickets and information call 1-800-444-FAIR or Ticketmaster 1-303-623- rL[S ,~com~,.~, I I I We want to thank everyone Lost last week near the to of Forum Closslfleds for their kindness, telephone Tabequache hill one black &ASSEMBLE OUR DEVICES: ,~ P.O. Box 9 calls, food, cards, and prayers multi colored girls 2 piecelearn this trade, we send in- bikini. Please call Amy struction, parts, and check for Greager at 864-2203 assembly. Call 813-327-2996 Ext. W 271. -3TP 807 Main, Nucla, Co. 864-7425 Forum Classified page rate is $2.s for 30 words, 50 a word there-after. Deadline is Tuesday noon. Ken: Love & Memories! Lorraine, Wayne, Diane & Kenny Simon during the time of our loss. May God bless each one of you. The families of Marjorie Carkhuff 49. ITC The Rimrock Historical Society wishes to thank all June those who donated items for our benefit auction and those Wed 22 Thur 23 who supported us by their at- Fri 24 tendance. Also we wish to Sat25 thank Bob Swisher for volun- Sun 26 teering as auctioneer and Mon27 Dale Williams for assisting in Tue 28 an enthusiastic manner. Buzz Zatterstrom, Pres. 49-1TC 49-1TC Unlimited free Kodak, film, plus free 35mm camera with warranty. Toll free 1-800- 433-6312 (24 hours) Weather Report HI/Lo Preclp. 94156 .27 96/60 .06 92166 T 94/62 .00 89/56 .00 89/60 .00 85/60 .55 GOVERNMENT JOBS $16,040 - $59,230/yr. Now Hiring. Your Area. 805-687- 6000 Ext. R-1025 for current Federal list. 4s-s~ 49-I~ Anyone interested in sub- stitue work for the 1988-89 school year at Norwood Public Schools is asked to stop by the administration of- fice for an application. All ap- plications are subject to ap- proval of the board. 47-~TC Help Wanted: Norwood School District R 2JT. is ac- cepting application for a head Cook-Supervisor, and a cook for the 1988-89 school year. The Head Cook application will need to include a resume concerning past experiences, management skills, pur- Lost: June 21 white just chasing and meal planning. cliped Samoid dog. Just had Applications and resumes should be sent to Bruce W. surgery on right eye and right leg. Answers to Sugar. Canneli, Superintendent, Reward offered 864-7887 P.O. Box 448 Norwood, 81423, no later than July 8th. 49- ITC 48.2TC "HIRING! Federal gover- nment jobs in your area and overseas. Many immediate openings without waiting list or test. $15-68,000. Phone call refff dable,, (602)838- 8885 Ext :5706. 48-41"P \ L Position open for. recep- tionist/Ins Clerk/Medical Typist. Experience helpful but will train. E.O.E. apply at Basin Clinic. 49-2TC Need lady to set with elderly woman. Call 327-4834. zrc I I Senior Health Care Medicare supplement Home Health Care v-Nursing Home Care Bob Salazar 241-3066 Freo Information Open your own beautiful retail store. You may select either a discount shoe store (mens-Womens-Childrens) or a maximum price Jean Sportswear store-Large Lady Store or Infant to Pre- teen store. Nationally known brands-First quality merchandise that you can retail for 6.75 and up. Andrew Geiler, Evan Picone, ~rLlz Claibome, 9 west, * Amalfi, Gloria Vanderbilt, * Camp Beverly Hills, Lee * Jordache, ~r Levi, Zena, ~.Organically Grown and many more. Your cash "$" Investment of $14,900 to $26,000 Includes beginning inventory, training and fix- tures. Call=anytime. Pre tlge Fa hlon= 1.800.247-9127. I II I CASH BUSINESS... Buy this high profit candy vending route. Nationally proven program since !959. Nice family business- includes training. Requirement cash invest- ment of $4237 to $14070. Call 1-800-328-0723. EAGLE INDUSTRIES Since 1959 fl'Ir