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Ranchland Farm News (Newspaper) - October 14, 1976, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Colorado co 80901 serving the pikes Peak Plains Region since 19o1 october 1976 largest Rural weekly in All of Elbert county an East Elpaso county a 76 Issue 34 autumn is definitely in the air the new season brings a Lively look to tire High Plains As the leaves Start to turn 1360 shot in Elbert county around persons received the Swine flu vaccinations Mon Day in Elbert the vaccinations were Given at free clinics in Kiowa and not All of the vaccinations Given were to residents of Elbert some came from other wanting to be among the first to receive the immunization it was reported also that some from Elbert county went to the free clinic held in the state health department had indicated that there were 811 persons in Elbert county eligible for the those living in Elbert county who missed the clinics will still have the Opportunity to visit a neighbouring county when they offer the Eastern Elpaso county will have clinics november 7th at Falcon and Black Douglas county clinics will be novem Ber december 18th will be the final Day for a clinic and it will be in Arapahoe ballot issues night strip mining october 24th at 7 at the Pauls Luthe ran Church there will be a speaker who will discuss the 10 issues on the november 2 this program is being arranged by the Good neighbors club which is an interdenominational group concerned with bringing together citizens to learn More about matters of local Richard Cantrell of Peyton and Esther Forten Baugh of Calhan Are in charge of me evening arrangements and will be making an announce ment next week concerning the name of the they do Promise a nonpartisan approach and Hope everyone will be interested enough to come and learn More about die ballot refreshments will be served during an informal question period after the main presenta not yet started Jack representing Limon fuels a subsidiary of transcontinental Coal a Washington based company Parent company of Limon fuels was promised an agreement with the Elbert county this agreement would tie in with other state and county permits so that Limon fuels could strip mine Cal in the Agate the agreement has been drawn up there Are other permits forthcoming from the state before Limon fuels will have All the permits re flu clinics in Elpaso county there will be a Swine flu clinic for those Over 60 years of age and people with chronic such As heart chronic lung i Etc who Are Over 18 years of this clinic will be held at the first United meth Odist Church in Calhan october 22nd from to this is not for anyone other than those mentioned those who should receive the bivalent influenza clinics will be held offering the monovalent influenza vac Cine to persons 18 years age and Over to the age of 60 years november there will be a free clinic at the Miami from 11 to 2 another clinic will be held the same novem Ber in Calhan from 3 to one will be held at Falcon the same Day from 10 to 2 and one at Black Forest from 10 to 2 Kimzey Sale Kimzey Are having a Public auction of 130 head of cows and 130 head of this is the largest auction of cattle in the Kiowa area in the Public mile West or Kiowa and 2 Miles South on the Road to also offers cattle feed and mis the Sale is october at 11 la w enforcement tightens in Simla Simla Law enforcement offi state there Are a number of violations occurring in including guns and there has been some vandalism with by guns and they state any gun fired in the City limits will of confiscated with Possi ble citations being they state there is a state statute that says there is to be no fire arms or any kind fired within the City limits and this includes by roving Deputy James Higgins and Elbert county sheriffs Deputy de Kovitz also stated Bicy Cle violators have been no head Light or Tail Light after Sunset is the biggest the Law states die cycles must be equipped with a lamp on the front that emits a White Light visible from a distance of at least 500 feet to the front and a red reflector on the rear which shall be visible from All distances from 50 feet to 300 feet to the rear when directly in front of lawful upper beams of head lamps on a motor a lamp emitting a red Light Visi ble from a distance of 500 feet to the rear May be used in addition to the red Kovitz and Higgins Are working towards a bicycle safety film and program to be held at the Simla school within the school speeding violations is another problem in the City the radar gun is being used by both Higgins and who was recently certified to operate the radar sixteen citations have been issued in the last week to local and out of state Resi they Are giving special attention to the 15 Mph zone near the Speed limits Are 35 on High Way 25 Mph on the main streets and 20 Mph ii the Busi Ness District which is Silas main the North end of Sioux and 15 Mph in the officers state they have Good cooperation with the pub Lic and if anyone has any ques they will be Happy to Dis cuss its Leo Cirbo again this time the Simla stand out is on the receiving end of a Bob Gordon touchdown pass against Hugo last Friday the cubs halted Hugos scoring punch in that game to win for More turn to the sports which will now be featured on the Back Simla 22 Hugo 6 Calhan 63 Miami 28 28 Flagler 60 Ellicott 0 Stratton 44 Peyton 14 i Plains 34 3 i i Houston 17 i Cheyenne Wells 49 Falcon
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