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2 - San Mi~uel Basin Forum, Thursday, July, 15, 1999 Earlier this month, some may not be able to be used as contact either the sheriff's local residents found some tool- evidence, as their exact location department or the Nucla box items - now believe to have and any fingerprints or other Marshal's Department and allow belonged to missing Nucla man, revealing details may be gone. a deputy to recover it." Dale Williams - scattered on "There seems to be a lot ofHe continued, "If this case highway 90. They kept these detectives around here," does reveal foul play and we items at their home until McClellan explained on, eventually have a suspect that Monday, when they turned them Tuesday. "While we appreciate we need to charge and prose- in to the Montrose County the help, we're asking that, if cute, it is really important that Sheriff's Department. people find items that theyevidence remain intact and in While the Department is believe may be evidence in this the location where it was found thankful for the find, these items case, they mark the item and until it can be checked out and Movies of the Week For the week of July 13, 1999 \ % Civil Action Thriller - Rated PG-13 for language & violence A real-life story of a persistent personal injury attorney who entangles himself in a case that, at first, seems~straight forward, but soon threatens to destroy his career. Stars John Travolta, Robert Du Vail and William H. Macy. She's All That Comedy - Rated PG-13 for language The most popular guy in school bets a classmate that he can turn the school's biggest geek into the prom queen. The fun starts when he falls in love with her. Stars: Freddie Prinze Jr. and Rachel Leigh Cook. Movies for the week of July 20, 1999: Virus and 8MM. Christmas In July Classes! Tuesday, July 20 & Thursday, July 22, 1 PM - 3 PM PEPSI PRODUCTS 21 PK. FACIAL TISSUE 175 ct. (ligl~l) LYSOL TOILET BOWL CLEANER 21 oz., 2.!)!) Value (957) 3M FIRST AID TAPE DISPENSER I/2" X 7.1~ yard~ 2.:I~D Value (13:1~-II) APO'II~ChIIY SHOPI~ ~ m m~c~ properly recovered." direction to their investigation. Williams mysteriously disap- "Most of the early part of our peared on May 27. Until the investigation involved chasing finding of his pickup truck in the rumors," McClellan said. fiver near Uravan'last week, and "We're hopeful now that more the subsequent return of these evidence will be found, and that tools on Monday, officials had qqesfions as tO his whereabouts very little hard evidence to give can be answered." 50th Anniversary Celebration Kirk and Kathleen Alexander, of Norwood, are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. An open house in their honor will be held at the Norwood Community Center (1670 Naturita Street) from 1:30 to 5:30 on July 17, 1999. Kirk Alexander married Kathleen Ray on July 17, 1949, in Aztec, New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander are long time ranchers in the Norwood area. They have 3 children and 7 grandchildren. It has been requested that gifts be omitted, but cards and memories are welcome. Everyone is welcome to help them celebrate. PRE-SCHOOL PHYSICALS $20. SPORTS OR ATHLETIC PHYSICALS $20. Call today for an appointment for a checkup or physical SOUI'ilWEST BASIN ADAMS ST. NASA