Colorado Springs Gazette-Telegraph from Colorado Springs, Colorado (2024)

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Gaietto Colorado Springs, Colo. Monday. Mar. 27. 1972 February 26 Mr.

and Mrs. Rudolph Brauer gave a birth- iij'i uu-vilday party ior their daughter, 24'4 John Pieper, Doris 4 I Barbara. Attending were Joan i 3 vj noiko, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ben- 16 4'4 I 3 4 7 16 13 17 3514 Ti'a! ton, Debbie Goovin, Ellen and 4 2314 23 I V4 55 I'I4 14 1 10 10 10 9 2914 29 29 21 22 22 Inc Alum RuxslMil 14 i ,20 11 i Ryan 62 I Hyder wt 23 42 42 iRyerin Hay 32 2714 5'Mi 4 4 Glover, Linda Lanckruit, Mr.

and Mrs. Thomas Kocerka, Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Hertel 13 2P4 i 10 8-14 7V4 13 714 1314 2914 2914 2914 46'4 9'4 115 14Vfe 141,4 39 7 4 171 171 0 11 1 5 11 5 10 15 19 11 22 1 16 Vj 16 1,1 1 11 111 1 Ind LTV Aeio .30 1.1 Aero wt LIV Elee .30 ul Alt I. LTV Ling wt LiV pf.2uk Lundy Mec Lyncn Corp 1 12 3Va 1 71 4 10 52 264 1 23 2 6 71,4 704 14 4H 14 V4 14 914 -F V4 1 7 19 295 40 2.) 6 49 6 10 3 8 Vi 3' 1 4- 2 I'i 6 62 ui Salem CorF V4 1 iSanCarlo 4 4 ils DieG pf9 84 23 iSanJWW 291-4 8 2 31 -c 23 61 8 3 4'i 2'4 6 2 12 Sargent Ind Saturn Alrwy Savoy Ind Science Mgt Scient Allan Scope Indu.st 1.rx I Scottex Corp 6 -fe 3 16 14 14 Chat Magna Oil iviaiiuiy Kan 3 12-4 12 71 12 V4 13 714 7V, 1 3 38 38 38 1 1 60 15 O-U 10 17 1 3 Iji, 5 I 4 MotV wT 11 12 wi 11 26'4 Mangel Mrs TH Marathon Ml Marmduqe Ind iiid MaMand .40 MaterRe 36 26 wi iVlcCUil l.bOl i.ixuongii Mtfvceiiob Con 6- 1,4 mean-huiCo 1 iHcueiico Inc 2 Mego nul Inc Cu in Merlcixo Micncn .21 1214 23 23 11 16 13 5 8 1 40 24H 6 12-, 13 11'.

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and Mrs. Ray DeWitt had Jack Whitney, Joy Evetts, and Sunday dinner for their daugh- Bruce Marley. Out of town ter, Dorothy, and family of guests were Jeanne Sopp, Mr. Pueblo, and Mrs. Dick Minors, Mr.

andj Jack Lawson left for college Mrs. Bob Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. 1 Monday. Jack, Gary Skaggs, Larry Hesterworth, Mr.

land Don Eurich have just and Mrs. Thomas Williams, returned from a tour of Europe. Tobb, Nikki, Joni and Mrs. Florence Reed of Simla Mr. George Sokal, Beverly Thursday at the home of mer, and friend Dave, Mr.

ZrvinjMrs. Buellah Allen. Fuchs, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gor-1 Mrs.

Nina Paulson has re- dner, and Mr. and Mrs. Don I turned home from a stay Center Starts New Rim System Drew. Ralph Calabrese, Mrs. Leona Eurich, and Mike Wallace attended an accountability meeting March 17 at El Paso Community College, in the hospital.

The Just-Sew Club spent Monday in Colorado Springs at Mrs. Ruth home. Several women visited Mrs. Mildred Bearfoot in the hospital Methodist Easter Services I while there, plans has been completed. 'The I Mr.

and Mrs. Carman Wal- Thursday prior to Good Friday burg have left on a trip to Cali- there will be a Communion for a few days, rvlce from p.m. good Fri-1 Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Marsh- day Services will be on March banks had a birthday party for 31 at 7:30 p.m.

An Easter Sun- Mrs. mother, Mrs. rise Service will be held at 6 Maude Hopson Sunday. Attend- a.m. after which the MYF willing were Mr.

and Mrs. Roy serve a bacon and egg and family of Colorado fast. Regular services will also; Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn be held at 10:30 a.m.

Hopson and family from Mrs. Sue Wallace attended Broomfield, Mrs. Hazel the monthly meeting of the Colorado Springs Art Guild, of Wall Street Report Chapman and Stevie of Denver, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Marshbanks of Calhan.

Seaman Appren. Brian D. Salladay, son of Mr. and Mrs, Charles E. Salladay, has completed basic training at San Diego, Calif.

He has been assigned to Mate Class School at Orlando, Fla. Mrs. Verna Robinson manager of the redemption center 108 FL Colo. announced that has begun a system that permits consumers to mail film directly to a processing plant and receive 200 green Stamps for each roll of film sent in. The local redemption center is distributing special envelopes imprinted with the address of the nearest processing plant of Technicolor Film, Inc.

Housewives may keep a sup- ily of envelopes at home for use and send the film directly to the Technicolor plant. Technicolor will return the finished prints and the stamps directly to the customer. I More than 700 redemption centers across the country are distributing the self-mailers, 'The stamps given by Tech- inicolor are printed in a special folder that eliminates the need to paste them in collector books. The usual GreeO Stamps collected at retail outlets may be pasted in a special folder along with the preprinted stamps. 'The folder holds th? I in equivalent of 1,200 stamps, the By CARL C.

CRAFT to resolve disputo in. WASHINGTON (AP) Tele- vo ving such things as who sets pobcy and how much money, visions Sesame Street goes to local stations. people say learned the limit a future secret of success and CPB executive to an annual appealing to Congress for the salary of $60,000. But the ceil- money to prove it. ing would not apply to on-the- Sesame Street, the talent nor to current offi- educational show that was CPB President John W.

lie first big hit, Macy Jr. is paid a year Dorauun a lauu nrnvidfid the formula said one and some public TV eoi ptiraiiuii, a lai statin of fcia alities are paid more. and community station ofifcial in House near committee rejected a Planning company has reported 1 to prevent the corpo- We can team a lesson productions quarter nine NEW WINNER Another winner in Standard Oil's Think Spring Sweepstakes, Mrs, l.avonp Shoffner accepts the keys to the Gold Star Travel Trailer she wtin from Chuck Pierceall of PiercealTs Standard, Platte and Cascade Avenues. Over half the weekly winners in Standard "Think Spring have now been chosen according to John Dawson, local marketing representative for the oil company. Second place winner of 200 gallons of American Regular, Premium or Amoco gasoline is Clarence Hollingsworth of 11631 Black F'orest Road in Colorado Springs.

Sesame Street Wants Money From Congress Sesame do know the secret of success: Yorty Claims Hughes Is Blocking Project LOS ANGELES (AP) Mayor Sam Yorty says industrialist Howard Hughes is blocking a $24.6 million neighborhood renewal project and Yorty would like to talk to one of aides about it. Yorty told newsmen Saturday he was sure Hughes would stop failed Friday to follow opposition to the project on rally, had moved once he knew the full details. NEW YORK (AP) Oils and electronics led a decline in stock market prices today. Trading was slow. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was down 3.01 to 939.27.

Declines outpaced advances by more than 3 to 2 among issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Analysts said investors, disappointed because the market Identify the find the ta New quarter in which sales and en and make the money avail- proyj. earnings surpassed those of the able to do the job. expected Previous comparable quarter. during floor action.

For the third quarter, sales Another provision would 42 per cent to $25.915.000 The need, the talent and the money are the issues as Congress looks at the Corporation for Public first five years and decides on the direction of federal help for public radio-TV. Compromise legislation, approved by the House Commerce Committee, is due to reach the floor for a vote probably after the Easter recess. This bill HaiE.Mtr Hamilton Cos iiampsh Des llainpt Sh .32 iianuxriih .55 Harland JH Han aid Ind Harv Ind pi A Harvey Grp Harvey Strs lla-xbrn Ind Ha.sungs Health Hei-ks Ine .08 Heiiiu'ke Inst HeitmM HerMaj HertfJon HiG Inc lliRhear Cp Itiilnbrd Hill aven iiipoitunics Holly Corp Hoskins .90 iiosl Ent .351 House Fabric House Vis .32 Hubcll A 1.04 HudB OG .60 Hudson Gen Huttman HuntHIth .661 Husky OU .15 Hydromt Hysrad F'ctxl Isloo Corp IHC Inc IliusWor Enc l.MC Magnet linoeo Gatew InipChm Imp Oil Inarco Indian lid wt Incxcu Oil Intlight Piet InWCrcd Instron Corp Instrum Sys liiic*ntrl lilt Cont A wt Ipt Foodsvc I Funeral Sv IiitGenlnd .70 Int Prot liil Stretch Inlerphoto Interstate Un Investm Fla InvDivA 1.80 luvUivB .45 Invst Fdg .60 InvlKlTr Iroquois Ind Irvin Indust ISC Ind llel Corp Jaelyn Jae(4)s Eng Jaiiiesway Jeannett .741 Strs Corp Ind Inc Jupiter Ind 3 23 i 6 7A, 3 6'a 6'a 15 ll'-x 2 10 3Vfe 1 128 5'ife J6 6 94 -Ph. 4 17 6 26 26 26 7 20 20 2 136 17 18 47 47 4a 5 8 6 2 11 4 1 8 8 8 16 46 5 4 6 5 12 12 26 15Afe 9 12 12 12 24 19 I 25 14 39 3744 12 31-44 lOVa 744 744 33 1344 2 33 8 644 6F 1 14 3 6 3 1157 20 744 4-8 334fe 4 74a 24a 1544 10 1944 1 10 10 10 1 1244 24 16 35 42 42 22 1044 5 1244 7 1444 91 11 13 13 15 744 23 1044 Indust Pac Cst Prop PGE 6pf PG Rd pfl.25 PG 4 4.50pfl.l2 8.16pf2 04 2.25 PacHoid .28 Pac Lt PI4.50 NwTel 1.04 Pac Plantron PacS Ln SwstAir wt Pall Corp A Palomar F'inl Palomrl PalomarM rt Pa mida Inc Pantasote Parmont Pkg Park Ele .481 Parklan Hos Parkwy Di.st Parsons RM Pat Fash .24 Patagonia Cp Pat PPap .20 Peel Elder Penn Eng .60 PennRlEs .90 Pepcomln .40 Perini Corp Permaner PhilIJJis Phillips Scr Phoenix SU Pier 1 Imprt Pioneer Plas Pioneer Sys PitDesMoin I Pitlwav PKL Co PlacrDev .60 Plant Ind Plaza Group Ply Gem .201 Plym Rub A PNBMtg 50e PNB MRI wt Pneumo Dy Poloron Polych Pondrosa Sy Ponderosa wl Potter Inst Prairie Oil Pratt Rd .20 Prel Corp PrentHall .76 PresRltB .80 Presley Dev Preston Price Capital Prime Equit ProlerStl ProvGas .64 Prud RE Prud Bdg .24 PrudF'nds .10 Ptibco Ptl .15 Pulte Homes PuntaGord Is PuritFas PutnamsS .35 1 33 22 4 4 3 1 1 17 17 17 2 9 430 3030 2 Z2062 62 62 11 40 1 29 6 1111 11 1357-16 5-16 5-16 32 1 9 3 1 Vi 22 22 120Mi 45 8'a 2 2 18 1 1 1 4 4 325 36 13 1244 1144 -44 20 4 4 23 1 2 31 49 8 Tanger Tasty 88b Tech Aerofo Tech Sym Cp Technic Oper Technic Tape Technicolor Technitrol Telefltx Telepromtr TelexCorp wt Tenna Corp Tenneco wt Tensor Cp Teradyne Inc Term Huds TesoroPet wt Texstar TFI Co Inc ThorMkt Thriftmrt Tokheim .60 1 Inst Cp .40 Tub Mel 08e Turbodyne Tyco Labs 18 5 6 17 5 14'-1 305 344 37 24 5 10 234 4 10 20'i 3 1544 8 27 1 65 13 15 4 44 8', 5 6 5 10'4 9 19 35 35 19 11-H 11 18 18 18 7 1 1 1144 17 10 10 1 47 34 140 114, lOH 1 12 12 12 4fe 1-16 to the sidelines to await signs of a direction in the market. They said investors found little in the news background to encourage tradng activity.

Oils were active and lower. Texaco was off Ts to 31, Royal Dutch dropped to Gulf Oil lost at Continental Oil was down at and Jersey Standard fell to TlVs. In electronics, RCA was off VA at 38, Raytheon was down 4 at 41, Sperry Rand was off to 35V8, and Zenith was off Va to 46. 2 1 39 14 10 10 4 8', 6 2 24'a 1 154a 1 36 28 5 40 ,2 84-i 5 2 7 9 41 14 13 26 544 8 12 12 181 18 67 37 26 Vfe 89 -2'fe 28 2 1 13 76 100 Kaiser In Kalvex Inc Kane Mill wt KanebSvc .83 Kauf Brd wt Kavanau Kay Kenton KenwmSh .32 199 127 5 Vi 1 5 1 544 10 6'a 22 2 13 13 13 4k Ranch rs Ex RangerO Can Rapid Am wt Rath Pack Ray Resrcs RB Indust Real El 1.40a RllIncTr Recrion Corp REDM Corp Reeves Telec Rem Arm .80 RepNatB NY RepMtg 1.80a RepMtgIn wt ResrchCtl .08 Reserve OG Resistfix ResortslnU A 17 17 -r 44 218 23 4 1 544 42 41 41 43 25 44 3 9'i 3V4 19 10 7 8 659 7 11 10 14 14y, 2 1 1544 14 381 38 38 16 2V4 11 3 14 27 3844 36 19 43 4 4a 28 -2 36 7 11 1044 18 7 7 UDOPac Cp UIP Corp Unexcelled Un Finl UGasCan .64 Un Invest .70 UnamM 1.26« Unam Tr wt Un Asbest .07 UnBrands wt Un Dollar Str Unit Foods Un NaU Corp Un Nat pf.70 UnPDye USCer US Filter US l.sgR US Lsg wt US Nat Rsrc US Radium US Rltln 1.60 I US Kcductn I US Smelt wt lUnitrode Cp lUniv Cigar Unv Cont 15f Univ Marion I Uris Bldg wt URS Systems Utah IdSu .80 Valley Metal Valmac Ind ValueLin Dv Van Dorn .32 Vanguard Int Veeco In Venicelnd .20 Vemitron Vesety Co Vetco Offsh View lex Viking Genl Vikoa Inc Vintage Ent VLN Corp VLN pf 3 Vol Merch 10 63 12 55 1 6 Denver Livestock 42 7 70 14' -r 6 33 28 54, 65 27 4 11-16 63 9 30 5 8 5'fe 6 17 30 2 10 154-i 6 11 5 5'i 9 11 23 23 444 6 6'8- 16 4, 3 184-i 3 2 5 6 4 4 4 6 2 2 7 4-i 1 15 15 15 DENVER (AP) Monday quotations: CatUe 75: slaughter cows strong to 50, instance 75. cent higher: other class scarce; slaughter cows, high dressing utility, low utility and high cutter, 24.40-25.70; cutter, 22.40-24.80; slaughter bulls, commercial individual.

29.90. Hogs 700: barrows and gilts 30 to 75 lower: U.S. 1-2. 210-230 23.50-24.00: 13. 200-240.

22.50-2.3.25 2-4, 240-260 21.5023.25: sows steady. 1-3. 350-600. 19.00-20.00. The project is to restore and improve the canals of Venice, a once-elegant seaside section of Los Angeles which has fallen into disrepair.

Work on the project has been halted by several lawsuits filed by large landowners, including Hughes. In his complaint against the city, Hughes says he objects to the project because the city would assess him more than $1 million for it while only relatively few persons would benefit from it. In a letter to Hughes last week, Yorty asked for a meeting with one of top aides, saying he hoped they could have a full and frank dis cussion of the matter. Over the Counter Denver Produce POTATOES DENVER (AP) Market steady. Total U.S.

rail shipments (three days) 364-99-3. Truckins; Colorado 23. Idaho 4. Minnesota 1. Florida 1.

100 lb. washed U.S. 1-A unless otherwise stated. Colorado red McClures 3.50: inch 3.50-3.75: 50 lb sacks inch 2.00-2.25 20 lb film bags utility 55-60; 10 lb film bags 45: 6-U oz russets 5.75-6.00; 10 oz minimum 5.7.'* 6.00; 20 lb film bags uUlity 65-70: 10 lb film bags 45-50: Idaho russets 6-14 oz 5.756.00; 10 oz minimum 5.75-6.00 50 lb cartons and bags 80-110, 3.50-3.75, some 4.00, some 3.25: North Dakota round reds inch 3.75: new Florida 50 lb sacks and round reds U.S. No.

1. size 3.75-4.00. BEANS DENVER (AP) General bids to growers 1971 crops: Pintos: U.S. No. 1, 10.50: No.

2, 10.00, fob Denver rate basis. Great Northerns: U.S. No. 1, 9.50; No. 2.

9.20 fob Nebraska rate basis. 1st National Bancorporation Cafeteria 35.00 Golden Cycle 18 Hathaway Instruments 4.00 Inter-American Petroleum Systemation Lange Company 2.00 Mr. Steak Mobile Home Communities 12.00 Monfort of Colorado Nuclear Explor and Develop Oil Shale Corporation Outdoor Sports Scientific Units Scientific Software Common United Banks of Colorado Vail Associates Woodmoor Corporation 1644 Storage Tech 21.00 EGGS DENVER (AP) Market unsettled but steady. Large AA 38-39: medium AA 3435; small AA 25-26; large A 37-38; me- Voplex .60 Vulc Corp .10 Vulc Inc .30 WabMag Wadell Equip WagnerEl .48 Walco WardCR Dg Wards Co .20 War pfC.05 WasPo.slB .20 Wash RIT .96 Weunan Co WellsNat Svc Westales Ptl Wcstby Fsh Westrn Pet Westn Westrn Orbis WestPac I WestUn Inti Westrans Ind Whippany .60 Whitaker .50 Whitehall El Whiting Cp I Whittakr wt Wichita Ind WUlcox Gibb 6 13ll'fe 1144 I 10 7Vi744 1 257 13 16 122 76 35 25 4. 151444 49 10 614 844 so 10' 1044 5 2 15 4 1 3 1, 4, 14 4 20 439 New York Metals NEW YORK non-ferrous meUl prices Monday: Copper cints a pound.

Connecticut Valley: lead cents a pound; zinc 17-18 cents i pound delivered; tin a pound New York: gold $48.65 per troy ounce NUw silver $1.544 per troy ounce New York: quicEsilver $185.00 nomina per flask. New York. 3 3 11 8 8 44 1 17'i 17', 17'i 28 4 Wmhouse Wilshire Oil WilsnCtF ..40 WUsonCo .70 Wilson Co wt Wilson Br .37 Wilson Ph .12 WilsonSpt .60 Wilson Sp wt Winkelmn 40 W-jislon Mill Wolf HB .16 Wolvr Ind .20 Wood Ind 63f Work Wr .60 Wrather Cp Wright Harg WTC Air 02e Wyand Ind Wyle Labs Wynn Oil Wyomising Net (hdi.) High Lew riMe Cbe 2 4 34 Horizon Firm Reports Record Sa es. Earnings Horizon Corporation, a land dealing with current news months ended Feb. 29, 1972.

events or issues involved in This was the 28th consecutive Protest Against Russian Ship In Miami Port strengthen local influence in setting policy. It would give five seats on 15-member board to representatives of local stations from various regions. In all, the legislation would authorize $180 million for a two- year financing plan. A minimum of 30 per cent of the budget would go directly to community-level stations. The Nixon administration backs a $45-million, one-year authorization, with one-third of the money directed to local from $18,243,000 in the third quarter of the previous year.

Net income after income taxes rose 36 per cent to a record of $5,218,000 against $3,852,000 earned in the third quarter a year ago. For the nine months of the current fiscal year, the period ended February 29, 1972. sales for Horizon Corporation reached a new record of $74,811,000, an increase of 30 per cent above the $57,715,000 reported for the same nine-month period of laSt year. Net income after taxes stage of development of public Scotland and was so named by broadcasting now requires that King James I of England, if the progress of this enter- prise is to continue, we must receive increased QuoteUons from the NASD are repre- senUtive interdealer prices as of approximately 9:30 a.m. Interdealer mar lets change throughout the day.

Prices do not include retail mark-up, mark down, or commissions. Bid Asked Central Colo Bancorp 19.00 Affiilaled Banksbares of Colo 32.00 Aircraft Mechanics Bayly Manufacturing Colorado Western Propwties Computer Image 6.00 Gates Learjet al 26.00 7.00 19.00 4.00 4.00 5.00 23.00 Yates Ind Yonkr Race Zero Mi Zim Horn 24 8 Vt'Zion Foods 10 66 1 8 8', 6 2 5 1 611 11 4 13'i 40 1 6 18 18 17 17 4 a 11 4 1 5-16 1 5-16 1 5-16 ''8 1 2 165 3 ll'i Vi 1 4444 44 8. 4 44 i 5 LAYOFF SAN DIEGO (AP) The Navy has ordered the North Island Naval Air Station to lay off 429 civilian employes within the next 60 days. It gave no reason. North Island is the largest of seven aircraft rework facilities in the United States and is the center for repair and maintenance of Naval aircraft used in the Pacific and Southeast Asia.

A spokesman said Sunday the civilian work force is to be cut 6,435 and an undisclosed MIAMI (AP) Police have clashed again with Cuban refugees protesting the presence of a Soviet research ship at the port of Miami and at least two persons were injured. One demonstrator reportedly was hit with the butt of a carbine Sunday when he struggled with officers who were attempting to put him in a police car. The flareup came when the demonstrators tried to cross a bridge leadingto the site where the Soviet vessel was docked during the second day of planned four-day port call. The ship, the 404-foot Akade- mik Kurchatov, is taking part in a 15-nation study of the Caribbean. Police had declared the site off limits to everyone except departing and arriving passengers and persons having official business on Dodge Island, where the Port of Miami is located.

City police took several persons into custody but quickly released them when protest leaders promised to lead the demonstrators back toward a downtown Miami park. Police said the size of the crowd grew to 2,000 during the afternoon. The Dodge Island drawbridge was raised several times when anti-Communist marchers attempted to cross it. In one case they delayed a bus carrying a tour bus full of Russian visitors back to their ship. Only relatively minor clashes were reported.

deputies, police and Marine Patrol officers at the scene carried clubs and gas cannisters and were accompanied by dogs. public radio-TV stations on a reached a new high of basis. 000, an increase of 32 per cent During its first four years, the $11,132,000 reported in CPB has received $78 million the comparable period ending in from the federal government. 1971. Frank Pace chairman -----------the CPU board, said: Nova Scotia is Latin for New Joy Manufacturing Co.

Declares Dividend Your Problem The finance committee of Joy Manufacturing board of directors have declared a quarterly dividend of 35 cents Drar Mr. My real estate broker is urging me to take my money out of the stock market and buy prop- per share on the i with it, but if I sell now, common stock. ril suffer a substantial loss. 1 The dividend is pavable May realize my dividends are taxable 1, 1972 to shareholders of record Anril 1A 1Q70 account- April 14, 1972. my losses would be so large they would exceed any benefiu I might enjoy in saving taxes this year.

Do you think 1 should hold my stork or sell il? Mrs. E.G. Dear Mrs. E.G.: Apparently your real estate broker is very familiar with your over-all financial position and your future requirements. I am not, so I will not attempt to advise you.

However, your analysis indicates you should hold the stock, or at least piu-t of it, until the market catches'upl To sell and suffer an actual cash loss does not make sense unless you can recover through another investment. EVERYTHING BUILT MUST BE CLEANED the old fashioned VACUUM CLEANER IS OUT BUILT-IN VACUUM SYSTEMS ARE IN Noiieless Odorless Dustless Cleaning as low as $199 can be financed ARCHIE'S ELECTRIC 2807 N. Prospect 633 1936 Sincerely, Ed Rodgers 3737 Palmer Park Blvd 597-5530 ice grades. Dr. Richard R.

Bond is the seventh president of the University of Northern Colorado, SAVINGS WAREHOUSE SALES 117 E. Las Vegas Colo, Spgs. Home Furnishings OPEN DAILY 8 am lOUIJEN 1 OFFICE EQUIPMENT PIKES PEAK at WAHSATCM ELECTRIC Range Wiring Maintenance Dryer and Washer Wiring Additionai Outiets Outside Lighting 129 W. Costilla 632-7683 fessi.

Colorado Springs Gazette-Telegraph from Colorado Springs, Colorado (2024)

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