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Ranchland Farm News (Newspaper) - August 19, 1976, Colorado Springs, Colorado Piss fax of Gioja Box 1579 co 2 80901 serving the pikes Peak Plains Region since 19o1 August 1976 if the largest Rural weekly in All of county and East Elpaso county 76 Issue 26 stabbed the champions Falcons everything goes team proved they were the Best saturday night by scoring 40i the victors Are holding coach Jerry Paintin on their shoulders As Albert Kobilan of Brookhart building Center in Calhan presented the More photos on Page Colorado state fair tickets location of area persons sought its a Centennial Icen Tennial Money saving a new bargain offered to Colo Rado fair designed to defy the ravages of inflation and heighten the convenience of enjoying the 1976 Colorado state August 28 through september a Booklet of 10 dated general admission one for each Day of the will be sold for tickets May be removed from the Booklet and Are transferable from one person to compared with the 10day adult general admission the Centennial Booklet represents an traditional wristband season passes for adults and for child admit wearers to the full season of thrilling entertain ment action packed Rodeo cultural offerings and agricultural sex wristbands reduce admission rates to a Mere seventy pennies a Day for thirty pennies for ticket booklets and wrist band season passes go on Sale at the Fairgrounds agricultural Palace ticket office and other Pueblo venues aug ust general admission tickets May of purchased at the Gate during the fair for for children under five Jearolds and As will be admitted fair visitors have realized were offering them a great Deal with the season pass noted George fair and we Hope Centennial booklets will entice More Colorado families to join in our Celebration every exciting since fair officials initiated the free grandstand and season pass policies in nearly 1 million persons have clicked the fair the Eastern slope Rural Telephone is attempting to locate several people who have paid equities into Eastern slope Rural Tele phone anyone knowing of their whereabouts Are asked to con tact Hugo persons from the areas of Peyton and unknown areas Are listed in an and in this Issue please read and if you know of any ones whereabouts Contact the Telephone As of press no charges have been filed in Elbert county in connection with a knifing which occurred near Simla August How paper work is being completed and charges Are expect Mike suffered a deep knife wound to his left forearm and another Cut across his the Cut on the Throat was not deep enough to Cut the major Arter but the a was arrested in Elpaso county Fol lowing the incident but bonded out of jail the next Elpaso county sheriffs reports say that he was then taken to Zebulon Pike detention the incident occurred be tween and just West of not in a Simla place of business As rumours had in another incident relating to the Richard Ray mond of was arrested and transported to Elpaso county he was later released due to Lack of he had allegedly taken a shot at a residence in the same at Elpaso county sheriffs Deputy Schuler met Gerald also of along 24 near Here is Hove the Deputy report reads investigation revealed that Gerald Taylor and his were in their vehicle in they were stopped at a Stop sign facing South onto Highway a yellow Chevy pickup truck was in front of them eastbound on highway24 and pulled off the South Side of the Road and stopped about 200 Yards East of the Stop the Taylor vehicle then proceeded onto 24 East the Driver and Passen Ger got out of the truck before the car As the car approached the the juvenile suspect in the Sim la allegedly took a Shotgun from the truck and fired a shot at the Gerald Tay Lor Ernest Driver of the allegedly took the Shotgun and fired a shot at the blow ing out the left rear tire and denting the right rear Ernest fording reported to the Elpaso county jail August 15 and was released to the Cus Tody of his Ramah town Council meeting the regular meeting of the Ramah town Council was held August 10th with All members present except Frank Molner and Ronald Ernest Ford ing was a Violet Mckay applied for a liquor All members were in without Violet Mckay a discussion was held on what to buy with Money left Over from the Centenni Albi Centennial it was decided to buy grass seed for parts of the Park that needed seeding and if enough Money was left to buy paint to paint the Small building in the since there was no further business to be the meeting adjourned at Limon area has 2 hew patrolmen on july two Colorado state patrolmen were assigned to the Limon they Are officer Floyd Leonard and offi cer de officer is a native of Colorado following 2 years at Colorado state University at fort col Leonard accepted an assignment to fort Morgan As a state patrol where he stayed for 2 More his family includes his and just prior to his assignment to officer Leonard completed a course of study at the Colorado Law enforce ment training Camp George officer Leonard and officer Edward Keeler both graduated from the Academy july officer attended High school at he obtained a bachelors degree in Industrial science from Colorado state University and taught for several years in the Manitou the past five officer Keeler has resided at Colorado Springs where he has been employed servicing and answering alarms installed by Denver burglar he is married and he and his have one on month work is underway to get the new bandstand in Simla ready for labor the Simla Volunteer fire department would like to inform every one that trophies will be awarded for the Best dressed Man and the Best dressed woman in the Centennial trophies will also be awarded to kids in the races and for the singles Horseshoe for which there is no entry free hamburgers will also be served again this watch for More details on the Centennial labor Day

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