Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 11, 1973 · Page 41
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Wed..April 11,1173 (jKKELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 43. Can and Truck* ·7V MONTB CK-lo. Fully . JWIHul comitUn. St. It UK, AVI. 30* St., Cart and Truck! 1H7 ALFA RomM-lllMir MfOflT. Mimi «n«r i p.m. Traltort »*4 Camttrs SI I FT. CMOvtr. SltfVf 4, Itovf, IcMm. , min\. Auction* Auctions '» CAMAKO m, 4 HUM. CM condition. 1H7 COMET CycleTM convirtlWo, V-l, ·uto tr«ni., powtr llnrlng, ntri Wurp. Dick'i Auto Siln, »» ilh AVI. ' ; 1MO CHEV; convfrtlut. Riilly good condition. KOO or b«t off«r. Mull ull Immtdlildy. 3St-UH. · If70 FORD ctrto vw.ictrpel, drapn, ntuganydo cuMKmi, iterto AM/FAA rMlo. A-l uiapf. JS7 M7» ivmMgi. 1*W BRONCO, lull lop, r»w M «1d 5 Urn, nubi, 31,000 achi*! mile*. $2000 or belt o»«f. 71J.MM. 1T73 ROADRUNNER, lim. 3S3 87 evthlrw. I FT. cold St*r Cmp«r. 353-70M. IMS RED D«lt 17Vi II. nmptr Irllllr. Sill contllntd. 353-H??. I FT. c«b over truck ctmper. excellent condition, 1 "!« ATSUN2000 ' RDST ' ntwclo!ch ' :)W -'. . Auto Service and Supplies-52 1947 FORD Custom 4 Dr. SetfM, V-l, auto trans, air, sharp. DIcK'i Auto Sales, 2620 6th Ave. 19M BRONCO, 302, cl., V-l, power steering, new vinyl top and tires. 353- '69 CHEVELLE. See at LaSatle Conoco. 1960 PONTIAC calalina, ». 352-3316. 1970 GTO, 455 CID, for sale. Good shape. · 3K-1264. Auction] 1965 213 AND 4 speed transmission. 3563323. Master . Bank Charge Americard JJRadiator Sales ' Car--Truck -- Industrial All pa^ts 1 yr. warranty Locally serviced Cash discount Sales Office, 356-5639 Auctions 54 1972 NOMAD Camper 19 It. sell.conlalned. 353.7911 alter t p.m. Franchised Dealer TERRY. MONITOR, YELLOWSTONE, CARDINAL Sales and Rentals D R TRAILERS 42211th Ave. 352-3718 or 352-5288 AUCTION THURSDAY, APRIL 12 7 P.M. Matching Whirlpool automatic washer and dryer, Whirlpool electric automatic dryer, Windsor dryer, Coronado 19 inch portable TV, Zenith 19 inch portable TV, Westinghouse refrigerator, G.E. 40 inch electric. range, older Montgomery Ward refrigerator, new built in Universal electric oven, new coffee and end tables, table lamps, large 6 ft. maple coffee table, turquoise upholstered chair, 2 piece brown sectional, brown couch, blue davino~ Duncan Phyfe drop leaf table and 6 chairs, 3 piece bedroom set, 2 piece bedroom set, 7 dressers and chests of drawers, night stands, double bed, double spring and mattress, twin spring and mattresses, vanity table- Kenmore carpet sweeper, Ampex microphone, 14 boxes of ceramic, green ware, portable car cribs (like new), baby crib, used rugs, FM antenna, Murphy bed, Jeep bucket seats, 'chrome dinette, 2 paper hanger tables, carpets, wall clocks, clock radio, bud vases, tapes, pictures, Bavaria LV sugar dish, books, records, record player, knic knac shelves, garden hoses, 32 in. x 75 in. aluminum storm door, 32 in. x 75 in, aluminum screen door, 32 US GS maps of Rout, Arapahoe and Roosevelt National Parks, wood chairs, wagon wheel, oak occasional table, miniature chairs, kerosene lamps, glassware, depression glass, Morris recliner, 65 - 3 in. x 3 in. x 8 ft. hardwood fence posts, 20 -10 ft. x 2 in. x 6 in., power mower, David Bradley garden tractor with, plow, cultivator, harrow, disc, blade, mower and chains, cabinet vending machine, '/i in. electric drills, electric hand saw, stove hoods, new Mercury vapor yard light, parts, pair 15 in. mud and snow tires, pair 10 ply 8-14-5 mobile home tires and i rims, insulated cement tarp, light fixtures, VW bus seat, 10 ft. wood ladder, man made marble corner vanity top, wood tool chests, basketball hoop, pair of heads for Chevy 283, motor trough. SALISBURY AUCTION CO. KONOMY HAMPERS 90 MODELS irWinnebago Jack Salisbury, Auctioneer Fort Collins Phone 493-9072 « Trailer Hitches * Dune Buggies * Tent Trailer Rentals r Storage ft Rupo Mini Cycles ft Camper and Trailer Economy Body Shop No. of Ramada Inn 352-6628 NOW IN EVANS! Red Dale Great Divide Roadrunner CAMPERS TRAVEL TRAILERS 5th WHEELERS, MINI-HOMES MAXIS 10% Down 5 yr. Financing 3106 State Street Evans, Colo. Cars and Trucks Cars and Trucks Cars and Trucks Slock No. 635 73 PLYMOUTH FURY III 'Annual percentage rate 11.M, cash price '3845. Down payment '345.00, 36 months financing, time deferred payment '4182.48, price does not include state and local L (axes, with approved credit. EQUIPPED WITH: 1. 360 cu. in. engine 2. T6rquetlite transmission 3. Factory air conditioning 4. Power steering 5. Power disc brakes 6. Tinted windows 7. Remote control mirror 8. Body side moulding 9. Factory undercooling 10. Inside hood release. DRIVE A 73 CHRYSLER NEWPORT 4 DOOR SEDAN j FOR ONLY Stock No. 675 EQUIPPED WITH: 1.400 cu. in. engine 2. Torqueflitc transmission 3. Factory.air conditioning 4. Power steering 5. Power disc brakes 6. Vinyl roof 7. Tinted windows 8. Remote control mirror 9. Body side moulding 10. Factory undercoating 11. Inside hood release 116.18 PER MONTH* I ·Annual percentage rate 11.96, cash price '4429,00, down payment '929.00, 36 months financing, time deferred payment '4182.48, price does not include state and local taxes, with approved credit. Open Evenings till 9 p.m. Saturday till lip.m. TM* lp ^^ wJP*^ DeBROWN CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH 817 7th Street® 1964 DODGE van camptr, pop lop, ttOO or make offtr. Call 353-75*1 or 331-2*24. "SINCE 1903" auctioneers- realtors 'FARM EQUIPMENT AUCTION Friday, AprihS--10:30 A.M. CORWIN CARLSON, OWNER 6 Miles South, 1/4 Mile West of Kersey, Colo. TRACTORS TRUCKS: 1953 AC W.D. w/3 Pt. Wd. Ft.; JD "H" w/Live Hyd.; 1947 Studebaker IVjT, BB ft Stock Racks; 1955 CMC 1 Ton Van. EQUIPMENT: 1962 MF No. 3 PTO Baler; AC 3 Pt. 4 Row 30 Inch Corn Drill; AC 8 Ft. Tandem Disc; JD 3 Sec. Rotary Hoe; 3 Pt. Rear Tool Bar; Continental 3 Pt. Sprayer w/ Booms; JD 3 Sec. Springtpoth; JD No. 5 Mower; Ford One Row Corn Picker; AC 6 Ft. Blade; JD 2 Whl. Manure Spreader; JD "A" Tractor (Parts Only); Hammer Mill/Case 2 Whl. Side Rake; Mayrath 24 Ft. Elevator w/Briggs Engine; Overhead Space Heater; 1 H.P. Air Compressor; Black Hawk Floor Jack; Van Norman Valve Facer; Black Decker Valve Seat Grinder; Head Light Gauges; Whl. Toe-in Gauge; Frame Hoist on Castors; Jenny 11C Pressure Washer Steam Cleaner; Barbed Wire; Scrap Iron; Approx. 200 Irrig. Tubes; and Other Misc. Items. TERMS: CASH Auction Date. BRED GILT AND BROOD STOCK AUCTION Saturday, April 14,1973 12:00 P.M. . 4 miles East of Greeley on Hwy. 34 to Hudson- Keenesburg Cutoff, 7 miles South, 1/2 mile East. J. H. S. PORK FARMS (formerly Hill Johnson) BRED GILTS: 100 Crossbred Gilts (Hamp, Duroc York); 15 Registered Duroc; 2 registered Hamp. OPEN GILTS: 30 Crossbred (Hamp, Duroc York); 5 Reg. York; 15 Registered Hamp. BOARS: 8 Registered York; 9 Registered Duroc 10 Registered Hamp (Serviceable Age). Bred Gilts will start farrowing April 20,1973. Pedigrees will be available auction date. These are selected gilts and boars from J. H. S. Pork Farms breeding stock. They are vaccinated against Lepto and Erysipelas. They are .Brucellosis tested and will have a clean bill of health from the velerenarian. These are the modern hogs. They have been bred and selected for the purpose of producing large healthy litters of meat producing pigs. They are the kind of gilts that will keep you in business. J. H. S. Farms maintains a closed herd which means you need to call for an appointment if you wish to examine these hogs prior to sale date. However, open inspection will be available the morning of the sale. For Additional information contact: Mr. Vern Johnson Telephone (303) 284 6432 Mr. VernHill Telephone (303) 284-6471 TERMS: CASH Auction Date. LAND AUCTION -- THREE UNIMPROVED ACREAGES Sunday, April 15,1973 -- 1:00 P.M. Located 9 Miles West of Greeley, Colo, on Hwy. 34,1/2 Mile North on West Side of Road -- This is the east boundary of Parcel No. 1 and will be the auction site. All parcels lie in the NEVi of Section 8, Township 5N, Range 67 West, Weld County. PARCEL NO. 1 -- Aproximately 26.93 acres unimproved dry- land; East boundary (Approx. 621') fronts on an oiled county road to Windsor; bounded on the north by a power line and on the south by a private access road, which this parcel has the use of. There is a natural gas line that extends along the south boundary of this property and a six inch water line belonging to the Little Thompson Valley Water District extending along the north boundary. PARCEL NO. 2 -- Approximately 47.3 acres; bounded on the east (1400') by the oiled road to Windsor; bounded on the south by the power line and Parcel No. 1; bounded on the north and west by the Great Western Railroad; unimproved dryland with a natural gas line along the.ea'st boundary. PARCEL NO. 3 -- Approx. 26 acres; triangular shaped parcel bounded on the NE by the Great Western Railroad; bounded on the north by a gravel county road. Unimproved dryland; natural gas line Vi mile from property; domestic water line adjacent to property across the railroad tracks. All parcels are surveyed and plats are available from Austin S Austin Auctioneers-Realtors. There is domestic water tap privileges available to all parcels from the Little Thompson Valley Water District. The property will be conveyed by general warranty deed and title insurance. SELLING TERMS: The parcels sell for cash with 20% down auction date and final settlement within 30 days thereafter. Arrange your own financing. For additional information contact Jerry Bigbee, Owner, at 352-5126 or Austin Austin Auctioneers-Realtors at 353-0790. Look them over before auction date; this will be an excellent opportunity for investment in Weld County land. AUSTIN AUSTIN AUCTIONEERS-- REALTORS E. R. "Kid" Austin 1203 9th Street, Greeley, Colorado Phone 303-353-0790 In the courts VICA contest rescheduled The Northwest Regional students enrolled in trades and Vocational Industrial Clubs of industry programs. Twenty- America (VICA) contest has four students of regional VICA been rescheduled at 9 a.m. clubs are expected lo attend the Saturday at the Aims College auto body contest nt Aims. Trades and Industry Building. The public is invited to attend Poor weather nnd road the contest located in the auto conditions forced cnncnllallon body shop of the Aims College of the meet originally scheduled Trades and Industry Building, for last Saturday. on the Aims College Campus, VICA is a national 5401 W, 20th St. organization o f high school ' · ! ' · ' ' . K/, ' ' ' ' V Dragonfly agile flier MIAMI -- A dragonfly's two pairs of wings may beat 200 or 300 times a second. Superb fliers, dragonflics arc matched in agility only by hummingbirds. Mexican soldiers, led by n revolutionary general, Pnncho Villa, attacked the town of Columbus,' N.M., on March 9, 1910. COUNTY COURT Aprils Judge Scott Cliigstnn Allen A. Huppert, 2941 17th Ave., careless driving, $200 and 5 days; $150 and five days suspended on' condition defendant has no further speeding charges for one year attends driving school. Richard A. Griego, 1105% Pleasant Acres Dr., driving while license suspended, dismissed; no proof where proof required, $25 and costs. Blaine C. Rucker, 2410 24th St. Rd., speeding, $25 and costs. Gregory Ray Wright, 1806 11th Ave., speeding, $25; defective headlights, $10 and costs; $10 on count two dismissed on condition defendant attend and complete driving school. Jose R. Villegns, Fort Morgan, driving while license revoked, dismissed; speeding, $25; having no valid driver's license, $10 nnd costs. Victor M, Rcmbno, Berlhouri, menacing, $50; public intoxication, $10. M , Nicholas N. Wolfe, Englewood, speeding, $25 and costs. April (i Judge Scott Clugston Richard V. Ixipe?., 1233 26th Ave., speeding, $25 and costs. George L. Miller, Longmont, (jury trial) driving while ability impaired, $75 and 1 day in jail wilh 1 day credil for lime already served; leaving scene after striking properly, $30 and costs. Judge .lames Rucker Dennis L. Frook, Denver, speeding, $25 and costs. Garald L. Devore, Nor- Ihglenn, driving defective vehicle, $25 and costs. Robert J. Santrack 2118 C. St., speeding, $25 and costs. Frank P. Garcia, Plnlteville, speeding, $25 and cosfs. Gladys H, Walter, 200 N. 35th Ave., driving while license suspended, 5 days nnd costs. Leonard Bales, Fort Luplon, trespassing, $75 ($50 suspended) 30days in jail (suspended) and costs. 'Uncertainties' of Rio Blanco project shou/d be explained FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) jncertainties" of Projecl Rio -- A University of Connecticut Blanco, a nuclear blast lo free environmental economics pro- natural gas. 'essor said Monday lhal Ihe Dr. Carlos Slern, a professor 'ederal government and privale at Storrs campus of Ihe un- :ompanies should stop "selling iversity, said Ihe proposed blast he program and explain Ihe this spring near Meeker in Billings couple sues state over Montana abortion laws BILLINGS, Mont. AP) Contending that she may bear a child with birth defects, an anonymous Billings woman and her husband have filed 2 suit seeking to have Montana's 78-year-old criminal abortion law declared unconstitutional. The suit was filed Tuesday in Billings by the American Civil Liberties Union in behalf of a couple identified only as John and Jane Doe. Named as de- northwestern Colorado is filled-^ with uncertainties about en-.'i'J viornmental problems and ecoCS nomic factors. '5? "If additional research were~j to be put into some of Ihe non^ij nuclear alternatives, it is quite;-] possible that conventional stim;--$ ulation could compete econonx--' ically while avoiding Ihe nucJe;T;| ar risks," Slern said. ' ;""· Stern noted one of Ihe major* uncertainties of Ihe project',,p part of the Atomic Energy jj trol pills. It said she was un- commission's Plowshares pnJ gram, is what will be done wits' 3 Ihe initial gas which would be 1 highly radioactive. I X He said Ihe first year's sup '-.; ply of gas would he 1,000 limej'*' more radioactive Ihnn previous-'-j years. Stern snid burning of their radioactive gas would lransfer^ : the radioaclivily lo Ihe almos 1 -!^ phere. -J) Stern was a speader at Earth ji Week activities al Colorado^! aware of the pregnancy and had been taking medication which may result in the birth of a defective child. "As a consequence, rather than take the substantial risk to give birth with substantial and irreparable birth defects, the attending physician recommended abortion," an ACLU statement said. : Montana'sabortionlawprohi- fendants were Ally. Gen. Rob- bits abortions except to save stole University. .. ; , ert L. Woodahl, Yellowstone the life of the mother. | n Denver Monday, consumer-* The suit claims Ihe Montana law violates the First, Fourth, Fifth and Ninth and 14th amendments of the U.S. Constitution. Greg Osborn, chairman of the ACLU's Montana chapter, said his organization would stand behind the couple all Ihe way through the legal processes. "We have been real worried about some woman being un-. fortunate in being caught with the German measles," said Osborn. "Then what do you do?" The Montana-legislature did not know what to do when it came to the abortion issue. After the U.S. Supreme Court threw out similar abortion statutes of Texas and Georgia, Montana legislators hassled throughout the 1973 session without a decision. The legislature postponed the dealing with the narrow gaugflj issue until the 1974 session after railroad owned by Colorado andi Woodahl ruled that the Mon- New Mexico were postnoneji tana law was valid until over- Tuesday by the Colorado SenatSj ruled in court. un tn Friday. "\ District Court Judge C.B. is- Both already have been apt*' sued an order requiring the de- proved by the House of Repre^ fendants to demonstrate April sentatives. "·$ 17 why they should nol be pro- One of the bills would ratify a^ preme Court liberalized Ihe hibited from enforcing Ihe state compact between Colorado and"' abortion law or from otherwise New Mexico for joint operation^ 'County Atty. Harold Manser and Deaconness Hospital of Billings. The complaint said Ihe woman was about 21 weeks pregnant, despite taking birth con- CSU health service would perform abortions FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP)-^ Dr. Ruth Rumley, director of Ibe Colorado State University student health service, said Tuesday she plans to ask state officials to allow the campus health center lo perform abortions. "As it stands, Ihe students who want abortions are having lo go elsewhere," Dr. Rumley said. "We have the facilities and the staff to handle such cases here, so we'd like to meet this responsibility. "We are considering performing abortions, as all medical facilities are, since Ihe Su- Court liberalized Ihe abortion laws," she added. advocate Ralph Nader said il* opponents of Rio Blanco wan)*', to hall the projecl, they musl-^ file suit immediately. '.--' Nader, in a speech al Ihe Urr-liJ iversity of Colorado al Denver,!'] charged thai the Atomic Ener-* gy Commission "is using Colr^ rado as a guinea pig" andj lhat Hio Blanco is Ihe "foot in.! the door" for as many as .15,000^ similiar explosions. ~"; Narrow guage railroad bills are postponed DENVER (AP) - Two bill$. denying Jane Doe from receiving an abortion. Woodahl and Manser, the Complaint said, where named as defendants because they are directly responsible for enforcement and interpretation of Ihe state law. It said Ihe Billings hospital was named because it is the only non-Catholic hospital in Ihe couple's residential area that is capable of handling medical procedures required for an abortion. of the railroad, named the.; Cumbres and Toltec. The convj pact also will require approvaH by congress. New Mexico aPJ ready has approved it. -^ The other bill would allow {j'-j: lease of up to 99 years on thf ·* line. ;., The delay came when Sen. 4 Joe Shoemaker, R-Denver, andj Majority leader Joe Schieffe-1 lin, R-I^kewood, expressed^ concern over the possibile lia-" bility of the state. Dr. Rumley said about. 20 abortions are presently performed in Fort Collins each week and that 45 per cent, of them involve students. She said Ihe health center plans to perform abortions only during the first 10 weeks ol pregnancy, when anesthetics aren't required. After 10 weeks, the operation becomes more complicated and must be done in a hospital, she said. . The proposal, which Dr. Rumley said she would submit in the next few weeks, must, be approved by the,Slate Board ot Agriculture, CSU' governing body, as well as Ihe school administration, the university health committee and Ihe health center staff. . GOLDEN, Colo. (AP) -- De- Ginger Taylor, 22, previously J. The University of Colorado fense i awyers continued jury testified before a grand jury ^ also has studied a similar prose i ec tj on today, with Ihe main which indicted the Ihree others, j posal to. allow abortions on target of their qlles tj ons the is- She reportedly received im- jj campus. However, a CU health sueO f prejudicial pretrial publi- mtinity from prosecution in the ^ center spokesman said Ihe e'en- ca tj on j n the case of Iwo Texas case. Mrs. Taylor is Ihe wife of · ter doesn't have cilher Ihe slaff men criar ged in the 197rkid- Carl Taylor and Ihe McCrary's ?. or facilities to handle abortions nap . slayjng of a j^kewood daughter. 3 _ j , ,.. waitress. Officials in Klko, Nev. have -. One hundred prospective ju- also filed murder charges 1 rors have been called for the against McCrary and Taylor in 1; trial connection with the shooting of J Jurors have been questioned a Salt I.ake City, Ulan, dough- ;·' since the trial opened Monday nut shop waitress. Her body ',· for Sherman McCrary, 47; and was found in Augusl 1971 in the ^ his son-in-law Carl R. Taylor, eastern Nevada deserl. -s Defense lawyers continue McCrary jury selection adequately. Affect of gold prices still unknown in S.D. LEAD, S.D. (AP) -- Officials at Homestake Mining Co. say ii is too early lo loll how the gold prices on international markets will affect the Black Hills operation. Gold has been at or above $90 per ounce on international markets for the past several days, but the assistant manager of Ilomestake's gold mining operation, Tom Connolly, says Ihe plant is in the midst of many adjustments and il is nol yel possible lo tell wlial effect the prices will have on the company's receipts. He said a provision of Ihe contract signed wilh mine workers last August indicated lhal if the price of gold remained at or above ?80 per ounce for 60 days, the company would reduce from alternating five and six-day work weeks to a straight 40-hour week. "We converted lo Ihe straight five-day week April 1," Connolly said. "That reduction in work hours will have some effect on our production. II will take some time before wo can determine accurately how Ihe high prices and Ihe reduced production forced by Ihe 40- hour week will (II together. "But the price is certainly encouraging," he ndded. 38. Both are charged in the death of Leeora Rose Looney, 20, of Thornton, a Denver suburb. Taylor's lawyers, Leonard Waldbaum and Donald P. MacDonald, and McCrary's lawyer, Fred Myers, persisted in questioning prospective jurors individually Tuesday about prelrial publicity. Questions focused on how much the jurors knew nbnut (he well-publicized case from newspaper, television and radio reports. The defense seeks a change of venue in the trial, claiming it is nea'rly impossible In find an unbiased jury. Two such motions for change of venue have been denied by Golden District Court Judge Daniel Shannon. Miss Looney's body was found three days after she disappeared from the suburban Denver doughnut shop where she worked in August 1971. The body was found near the Wyoming border in northern Colorado. McCrnry's wife, wns also chnrgcri wilh murder and kid- naping, but she pleaded guilty March 28 lo n reduced chnrgc of accessory after Ihe fncl of murder. How Coloradans ; voted on rural ; water measure : WASHINGTON (AP) - T h e ; roll call vote by which the j . House on Tuesday sustained 5' President Nixon's veto of a ru- ; ral water and sewer grant bill i included (a two-thirds majority^ was needed to override): ' Arizona--Conlan, R, no;^ Rhodes, R, no; Steiger, R, No;" Udall, D, yes. ; Colorado--Armstrong, R, no; ^ Hrotzman, R, no; Evans, D,J yes; Johnson, R, no; Schroe-_ (ler, D, yes. .*. Idaho--Ilansen, R, x;X Symms, K, no. Montana-- Mclcher, D, yes;.* Shou, R, no. Nebraska--McCollisler, R no; Martin, U, no; Thonse, R; yes. Nevada--Towell, R, no. , South Dakota--Ahdnor, R -j yes; Dcnholm, D, yes. ·*' Utah--McKay, D, yes. Washington--Adams, D, ycs; Foley,D, yes; Ilansen, D, yes; Hicks, D, Yes; McCormnck, D . yes; Meeds, D, yes; Pritchnrd,'- R, no. v Wyoming--lloncnlio, D, yes. x--Designates nol voting. - : ·

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