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August 1, 1985     San Miguel Basin Forum
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August 1, 1985

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2-San Miguel Basin Forum, Thursday, August 1,1985 Restrictions on Crossbows all during big game season Sometimes a small town been adding to the busi- to order. Stone has many items for business is overlooked be-ness, doing silk creening In Norwood, Kim arid . the craft-minded individu- cause "you can get it and transfers as well as Charlie Berry took over cheaper-or better-or more custom lettering. They canSweetie Pie Bakery last al'The hobby shop opened ;low put lettering on hats with the new press that just arrived. Another "off-the-beat- en-path" business is Stitch selection" in a larger city. Sometimes that's true but often it is just a matter of not being aware of what is available locally. Hunters may use cross- bows to hunt big game this year, but only during the regular rifle seasons, not during archery season. The Colorado Wildlife 230 W. 4th in Nucla car- in 1982 in partnership Commission authorized ries T-shirts, hats, uni- i with Joan Elliott who now the use of crossbows for forms, sweat suits, satin For example, Mt. Peale N Shop also in Nucla. ranging from a plain Trophies and Sports at Barbara Freeman opened cheese to "The Kitchen hunting big game during its June meeting. However, hunters using crossbows may only hunt during the regular rifle deer, elk, ante- lope , bear, lion, and moose seasons. The Com- mission also requires that crossbow hunters wear solid daylight flourescent jackets and duffle bags. Ed and Binki Thomson started with trophies and some sports equipment like mitts, balls and score- books in 1981. For the past year Mt. Peale has ! operates Basin Crafts. Having recently begun craft classes, Stitch N Shop, located at 585 W. 7th, carries crafts materi- ,als, fabrics and notions of all sorts. What isn't in stock Barbara will be qlad TRA#E orange during the state's regular rifle seasons.just as firearm hunters ar4 imquir- C O N 51C N ed to do. ...... Crossbow hunters : should be aware that there are restrictions the crossbow itself. The mini- mum draw weigh ' is 125 pounds. The minimum .... draw length is 1,4 inches as .......................................... i......: measured from the front of the bow to the nocking point of the drawstring. The crossbow m,~Nrt con- tain a positive mechanical safety device. In addition, the bolt must be 16 inches in length and the broad- head must meet normal archery requirements. August. Basically a fast food restaurant, tne Sweetie Pie ser, es 'dO aif- ferent kinds ot h mburg- ers. There's also pizza Sink" with the whole works on it. Homemade bread and a Friday shrimp special add to the menu. Sweetie Pie is located at 1530 Grand. The Berry's are putting in a gift shop right now. So stop in, see what's going on and grab a bite to eat - or call. There's take out service too. Clarieen Cline, manager of the Martin Agency, is your "friendly downtown agent." Manager since May 1984, Claireen can help with all types of insurance, life, health, accident, auto. The Martin Agency re- cently moved into their new offices at i 525 Grand in Norwood. Because Claireen is an independent agent she can offer cover- age with a variety of cam- Rlmrock Motor Sales in Nucla is open for business. Frank Waltsky just received his license as a used-car dealer. Frank says he will buy, sell or trade and 'I'm looking for consignments.' panies. "1 can be competi- tive because of the vari- ety," she says when asked about insurance costs. Sunset Slope Arms has been at 504 Main in Nucla since November 1982. Be- sides selling hunting and fishing licenses and equip- ment, Tim Minick carries all types of firearms, re- loading equipment and supplies as well as doing gun repair. Sunset Slope ships via UPS which has helped many area residents and businesses. Stop by to see what's new, drop in for a chat or check the latest informa- tion from the Division of Wildlife. Tim is ready to help in anyway he can. In Naturita the M&B Hobby Shop has just moved to a new location. Now m the old bakery across the street from Pepsi, Diet Pepsi Free, Mt Dew i 2 oz 16 pack 10 YBJ.0W PENCn3 Numlw Z '~tnw UW BIG 200 SIIEEr: uwmu=m:: about 3z/z years ago and carries a wide assortment of craft items and acces- sories ranging from th reads and yarns to beads, doll parts and lots of craft books. Mary Lou invites everyone to stop in to browse and see What may pique your interest. If your need is for tires or tire service, check out Kenny's Tires Vz mile south of Nucla on High- way 97. In business since September |979, Kenny Heldman carries new tires as well as retreads for any- thing from passenger ve- hicles to commercial and . farm equipment, i He also helps out the bicycle bri- gade when the younger folks need a flat repaired. Kenny does some light mechanic work and will do even more when he moves into the new building sometime next month. Stop in to chat and see a- bout getting your vehicle ready for winter. Does your car or truck need a new paint job or some body work? Or are you looking for a second vehicle? Check out Pro- Body Shop in Nucla. Dale Williams has been in the business of "mending" cars and trucks since 1979. He does major and minor body work, painting, in- stalls auto glass and works on irtsurance claims in a shop located behind 580 Grape Street. In 1982 Dale got a used car dealer's license and just this year he has been join- ed by Steve Lowrance who is a licensed salesman. The used car lot is located at General Tire in Naturita where Steve does minor mechanical work on the vehicles. Stop in at both locations. Both Dale and Steve are happy to be of Naturita School, Mary Lou service. Rueust Nonthl Calendar at Basin Clinic. Natuflta Rue 6 - Dr. lanhart..T. Larry Webster, ,==,u. Mary Bennett--= Rue i 4tit - Dr. Fawcett s , Fiu 21 st- General 8urde0ns Or's Nm nmlw. Oiclamo. & Lok Rue 28th - Dr. Campbell clip and save clip and save