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October 23, 1986

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2-'San Miguel Basin Forum, Thursday, October 23, 1986 e sin Herring business in Naturtta. I I I I I I"IIIII e The Naturita Town Board approved new busi- ness licenses and the re- newal of one license at the October 14 meeting. An application for Dale Williams and Forrest Herring dba Top of the Heap/Pro Body Shop faced much discussion be- fore being put to a vote. The business, to be situat- ed at the old bulk plant, is the sale of used cars and used parts. The "carcas- ses" would be removed to Herring's property in Nucla. Several Naturita resi. dents spoke their concern that the business would be in effect, a junk yard. They further feared that their adjoining properties would smell of oil and grease, and that hazard of fire would be increased. After lengthy discus- parking area, and to clear the capacity limits with the fire department. A business license for Max Hall dba Ray Motel, and Sky View Trailer Park, was approved contingent upon a fire inspection. Renewal of a liguor li- cense for Wilbur and Katherine Binder dba West End Liquor was approved. There was discussion a- bout using the Commun- ity Building for exercise classes three mornings a week with regular memb- ership. The board felt that even regular memberships would not cover the cost of such usage. The next regular meet- ing of the Naturita Town Board will be Nov. 11. j lunch The Retired Senior Vol- program, RSVP is active in unteer Program is celebrat- more than one-fourth of ing its- 15th year, and has the nation's states and proven to be one of the counties. Locally the pro- sion the Town Council ap- most valuable programs gram started in 1973. The Naturita Colts won Bullpups 16-6. Greenwood proved the business license ever sat up by the federalIn Delta, Montrosa and their final game of also scored Naturita's final for sales only but excluded government. It has enrich-Gunnison Counties, 604 son last Thursday , ridt"ing touchdown but missed the dismantling and painting ed the lives of thousands RSVP volunteers are con- over the Dove Creek BuJl conversion, of vehicles at the location of people and helped make tributing 94,000 volun- I pups 22-6. Jon Coach Ken Barnes said stated, communities across Amer- teer hours annually. baugh scored in the first some outstanding playing Another new business li-ica better by allowing re-* Some of the activities ! quarter and Gene Green- by Kevin Redd at defen- cense for Robert and tired adults the chance toRSVP volunteers are in- i ......... w0od ran in thetw0'p f t sive taClde and offensive Martha Nelson dba Video remain active through vol- volved with in Nucla in- conversion, guard Frank Neeley at de- Land Game Room was ap- unteer service, clude: cooks helper at the The Colts scored again fensive end and offensive proved, contingent on ade- in the first half as Green- guard, and Stan Galley at quate lighting inside the wood made the TD and cornerback and offensive premises as well as in the extra points to lead the halfback. Citgo 10W4OOil -= Nabisco 0reos ...... .. 2 Pk. Popcorn -.=-Popcorn F l r F III II II IIII I fill II IHI 20 Ct. Snuggle Fabric Softener Sheets, For Snuggly Freshness. Pkg. of 100 Paper Plates To honor the retired Senior Citizens Mealsite, senior volunteers of RSVP weatherization handymen here in Nucla, there will be services, cashiers, van driv- a luncheon held at Our ers, home delivered meals Lady of Sorrows Catholic transportation, library as- Church in Nucla on Tues- sistant, and hostesses. day, October 28th from ;ince RSVP began, over 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. There 800,000 retired Americans will be door prizes, music, nation-wide have served entertainment, and volun, and contributed their time teer awards, and skills in a very cost-ef- RSVP volunteers share fective way. the skills learned during a Today, about 365,000 lifetime by serving in a RSVP volunteers are serv- variety of ways. Some of ing throughout the na- the many assignments in- tion. clude working with food banks, operating runaway shelters, organizing widows' support groups, Church offering counseling to first c.T -- time offenders, working invites with literacy programs, helping troubled youth Public and teaching trade skills. Set up by Congress in Dr. Wesley Cooper of 1971, RSVP is a part of ACTION, the national voi- Montrosa brought the Message for Church on unteer agency, and is spon. Oct. llth Sabbath. His sored locally through pub- wife, Joan, played a beaut- lic agencies and non-profit iful rendition of The Nine- organizations. A nationalty and Ninee on her Casio I I and the pian fr ur spe" cial music. Dr. Cooper al- Son Miguel ' so showed his slides on I Bo$1n:Forum ! Hondurus for Sabbath School. I us ss7a- oo ! Pastor O.R. Henderson |Is published Thursday. $131 will bring the Sabbath | per year. for San M uei & I Message on Oct, 25th. IMontrose Counties. ( )ut ofl Evelyn Herring will pro- ICounties for $16 per year.| vide our special music. A IRoger Culver, Publisher,! covered dish dinner will IEditor P.O. Box 9 Nucla, Co.I follow church. Come and 1804-74 . I celebrate the Sabbath at the Nucla Seventh Day Adventist Church, Sale Priced Mon-Frl 9 a.m.-6 p.m, Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sa/e Pr/ced