Ctn Â«nd Trucki 51 ASSUMB payments 1567 VW Square- buck. Like new. 353-5574 after 6. Ltm- milcnse. Cull IOCS CHKV. Corvalr 1 door. tiouhiff. Good condition. lir coii.ll- 353-8137. _ _ F6R~SALB~ 1957 Chevy 2 door hÂ»nl- top. St. Excellent condition. 2615 lUlh FOR SALE -- '66 Corn*. Must sell. Kxcellcnt condition. 1108 15th St. 353-8I2U. I'.IC.I "mflCK "skylark Snec-ial einv.rll- lile. V-6. ra-vnt lirnkea. S1.0W1 or best offer. S53-J8J7. FOR SALE -- '63 Corvnlr Slider. Â·1 speed transmission with Tmlio. charucr. 2 new tires. Best offer. :fall 697-2327. Ntmn. Uxd Con and Trucki 51 Sl'OUTS car -- 1SC9 OatBun 1600. Y.\- eellent. 9000 niiley. Call 353-1650 after 5 IMII. 1963 H U 1 C K (jtSitore. Full ixiwer. 4 door Imrdtop. ('nil afternoons, 353. __80_:in. _na_k _fpr Turn. 1961 C H E V Y 4 door VHKOII. Very Rood comlition. V-S, stick. f300 cash. 1'hono S'nn. 9 iws 352-7.121. enl.rinr Sports Wnfon or tigcr. Top condition. f750. Sedan. IMmiit trans. l)i:iÂ«- ally up to ditto. Coed conditioi: sell this week. $795. 353-7713. FOR S A L E -- J!05 K.imhh-r American. A' 21 milra per callon. Call 7S5 FAMILY WAGON 1967 Pontiac 9 Passenger Air, new tires, power steering and brakes. Excel tent. YOU CAN DRIVE THIS AT $2395 430 8th Ave. Ph. 352-8288 McARTHUR OLDS-CADILLAC, INC.' UÂ»d CÂ«rs Trucks 51 1970 VW, sunroof, with bnlaiire of warranty. Triuk 1 for older VW. Also dun*? buKsy parts and kits. 352-CG28. or *vimriKi, 352-5410. ll67 COUCAK 3PO (IT 3 speed, aulo- imilu*. White with red interior. M'HJI wheels, 1202 8th St. 33-K.GI be- t_wÂ«n 6 and 9. 19Â«2 ys OLOS convertible. White top, bluu boltom. Automatic. Power nlw- _l!wil troiidlliuii*. Phone 353-0800. '(10 CJMG Mi tun itiekun. (i Kcod tires, heavy duty Kirincu. -1 spml. I'osi rear. West Coast, mirroi's. $'vrÂ». ifT3- Â·1017. KMil" CHKV. pickup. H.\rvlkÂ»nt condition. V-X. -I spvtil. IIIIIK wi.l near new tires. After Ji y-ni. 7721). YM~t;iYKVy~pU!kii|i. ^ ton. 1 speed, ti cylinder, 2S5 cu. in., 74.IKIO miles. Stock rack, heater. $4^f. See nt 3W7 North UBrd Ave. :vlimlii! Model l!ir,7 FOIin pickup, fi i ' ites. r,i:u complete with rumble Kt-iit. 121S 17lli St. :i52-,S)2r.r after fi p.m. ".il U H K V pickup; 't4 Olds engine. 3 speed, chrome wheels, near Jtaint. (Mm per nliell. $673. SS2-7 lifiii~CHEVELLK Mnlilm 2 dnor. A Used Cor* Â«nd Trucki 51 I9fi2 UHKVHOL1CT Inii'ala. Â»27. tope ilwk. fours iioiikcin. vcvfrbcrutor, hu.-ket seats, radio. 852.7-123 niter f p.m. HIM C1IKYSU4R cunvttrtibl*. Ueniill- f u l condition. Low milt-ntfe. Any rvuHuiiiibk* of Cur accepted. 852-002K. UIJM1* truck. 1P51 Ford. Upbuilt Â«u- ciiK 1 . Kx col lent rubber. Guud pahit job. With IS ft. construction trailer. SI. 000. JU-iy. 18th St. S8-1J8S8 duyi or 3D3-77(1 after 6 UWi~~MKKCUKY Ci'inmuU-r WIIKUII. 0 jitiKseiiKi'i*, power isU'oriiiR. bnikw, fiu-tory Â«ir ctimliUuiu.'r, rniine control, power scat, power "iinjr Kicks. 1 1nlcil KliiKS. imi/fm i-lfn-o nuti". vlnvl roiif. hiKKflKC rack. 19,000 miles. $Â».3M). :iRS-3sU2. Traitors and Campers 53 $10115. NiiKscr Sales, 1034 K. IS. ini'i'.l C A M I ' K H trailer. 2K ',i fl.. f u l l y sidcr pick up cjunper fen- down juiy- i;ih St. T R A V E L trailer headquarters dealer for Yclloivstmi". Monitor. Terry. Canliiml. Orlit and Banner. 4!2 Trailers and Camper* 53 FOU SALE -- li*CR lent cumiter. 1'h. H53-47K5 after 6 p.m. FOU SALK -- Cnmiicr. Ser Kwl Jwk- Mtn. 617 Ash, Windsor or call CSG- 5! HOD. YOUR RED DALE DEALER Trollops and Campers Sales -- Service -- Parts WESTERN HOME IMPROVEMENT 310 N. llth Ave. 353-1603 Used Cars and Trucks 51 - 1966 ( FOR SALK biu-k for lo i'OK BALK -- Nearly new 9 foot ovei Trailers and CompÂ«r* 53 Page 34 GREELEY TRIBUNE Thurs., May 14, 1970 iiioiny Kuniper. Full wide pickup. 353.2708. cnlÂ» 2SI-797. camper, Belf contained. "KONOMY HAMPERS" Best Made PlcKup Covers--Folding Tent Campers Sales Rentals Wlnnebngo Camper Coaches "lix|io" 14 V4 ft. Travel Trailer ralu-jmck 6 sleeper lit budget prices ECONOMY BODY SHOP 352-6028 Highway 86--Bvani Used Cars and Trucks 51 Used Cars and Trucks Wiedemdn Motors --CARS-- LATE MODEL SAVE 1969 Buick Sport Wagon New tires, air, local owner. 430 8th Ave. Ph. 352-8288 McARTHUR OLDS-CADILLAC, 11968 Pontiac Vent. 4 Dr. HI- $2395? Â«v Radio, heater, V-8, power steering and ; jÂ£ brakes, air conditioning. j 11968 Ford Gal. 500 4 Dr. Sd.-$2195; |X V-8, cruiseomatic, power steering, air Â£H Â·Â«Â£j conditioning. Xhi 11967DodgeRT2Dr.HI--$16951 p V-8, automatic. . if! - Â£r ^ ^ --CAMPERS-^ NEW '69's I 14 Ft. 1500 Deluxe Scotsman Trailer "v^ Heater, stove, ice box, sleeps 7. I Retail $1,474.75 Our Price $1095 ffl SPECIAL THIS MONTH Chev. Powerglide Cast Iron Trans. $98.00 Exchange* *plus oil and labor Oilier Transmissions Priced Accordingly BENDER RAMBLER 125 8th Ave. 352-4358 110 Ft. Sereno Cab-Over Pickup Camp. Heater, thermostat, ice box, stove, gaucho beds. Retail $1558.20 Our Price $1195 Ray Wiedeman 353-4025 16th St. By-Pass Bob Dotson 353-2469 353-9900 | BARGAINS IN Â§ AIR CONDITIONED CARS 11969 Chevy II4 Dr. Sedan Auto Discount Center For This Area IT'S NO SECRET WE SELL SO MANY THAT'S THE REASON WE SELL SO CHEAP Low-Low Overhead Over 175 New Used Cars Pickups To Choose From Wheeler The Dealer Hi-Way 85 at 16th St. Phone 352-7000 Harold Croissant Harry Wooldridge Bud Wooldridge Jack Wheeler, Sales Mgr. Coupe De Ville Heater,- radio, hyclromatic transmission, power steering and brakes, electric windows and seat, white tires, tinted glass, factory air conditioning. Leather bucket seats, 21,428 actual miles. $3095 Wheeler The Dealer 16th Street Hi-Way 85 By Pass Ph. 352-7000 Auctions 54 Auctions HUGE ANTIQUE AUCTION SATURDAY, MAY 16, 11 :?0 A.M. SHARP! Partial list of items: China riibinels. secretaries, roll top desk -- 1 barrel hjick, wiiinut bonkcnpo secretary. 3 piece marble top bdrm. suitps. linll trees, player piano thcit works, piano rolls, (-linn-h ortian. p u m p type, round oak tables -] claw, side boards, music cabinet, 3 piece oak bdrm. set, 2 parlor sels, dining room set with extra largo legs, spinet desk, step down dresser, clocks, occasional tables, sets of chairs, rotnmoiics, 1 T i f f a n y type l a m p shade, picture frames, pitcher and powl sets, hall racks, ppdesals, cut ?:!ass. pressed ^lass, china, camel back trunks, many many more items, too numerous to men- lion. 1'ue to such a lar^e consignment, the sale will s t a r t at 11:30 a.m. H I I A H I ' ! Auction conducted Ijv Albach Auction Co., \'a mile west of Evans in the Faber Auction Bldg. Auctioneers: Gail Albach and Associates. For information call 352-8248 in Greeley. MISS COLORADO JUVENILE MAJORETTE - Jana Lynn Tice, 10-year-old-grand-dauglilcr of Mrs. Esther Grimes of La Salle, last month won the title of "Miss Colorado Juvenile Majorette" in the Miss Colorado Majorette and Class AA Open Baton Twirling Contest held in Wheatridge. As holder of the title, the daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. Donald Tice of Arvada will represent Colorado in the national contest at Notre Dame "University in July. The young twirler also took top honors May 1 n the Southwestern States Baton Twirling Contest in Phoenix, winning first in strutting and frst n twirling. She took up baton twirling only two years ago. Congressmen Ignore FDA To Launch Agency Probe By G. C. THELEN Jr. Associated Press Writer Hawaiian Contractor Eyes Aborted Children Cemetery I whether it will be in Hawaii. By BEVERLY PETERSON Associated Press Writer j There have been 587 abortionsjthe task of implementing some HONOLULU (AP) -- Robert jperformed in Honolulu hospitals O f the reforms which are essen- from two veteran members of (he House Government Opera- W A S H I N G T O N (AP) -- '' ons Committee--Reps. John S. Congressional investigators,!Monagan, D-Conn., and James brushins aside objections froml j - Delaney, D-i\.Y. the commissioner'of the Food T|I C subcommiuce iiivesiiga- and Drug Administration, have'l" 1 ' 5 al ' e lonkln R ml Â° R i chartl ; launched an unannounced probe soll .' s charges and recent t DA of the troubled consumer-pro- actions, lection agency | rhcso "'dude apparent rever- Staff members of a House|sals by Health Education and government operations subcom-lWelfare Secretary Robert II. niittce, headed bv Hep. L. H.'il'Â«Â«:h of several 1'DA recom- Fountain D-N.C.,'are galhcrinRJ'nendalions for implementing documents from FDA files [,,,Â·: restrict ions on cyclamates the probable hearings next month, jarliricial sweetener linked to , , . Â· Â· ! Â· r i 'cancer in animals, l i e 1'DA is In apparent anticipation of the ,,,,.,,, ,,,,,, congressional investigation, FDA 1 ' 1 " LU u " lt FDA Commissioner Charles C.';. Edwards last week decried what he called harassment of the agency. "Our major problem at the moment is to get the Ralph Naders, our congressional critics, and even some of the internal 'experts' within the government structure lo leave us alone so that we can settle down to Pearson, who led the fight!since Hawaii's new abortion law ~~_ '. .Â·=!.-. ! ,against Hawaii's new liberal!passed March 10. It $2395 '^ * Small Y-S, standard transmission, radio, heater, air conditioning. Very Clean - 19680ldsnobileF-854Dr.Sedan V-8, automatic transmission, radio, heater, power steering, air conditioning 1968Chevelletaad4Dr.St.Wg Small V-8, automatic transmission, power steering, radio, heater, air conditioning 1968 Ford Galaxie 500 4 DrH.T. radio, heater, $1895 Spencer Chevrolet GET ONE OE THESE LATE SPRING EEVER CURES! So the bug to trade your old car has bitten you . . . but you can't afford a brand new one? Sec the Kprinjr-fever-Kure-cure late model used cars at SPENCER CHEVROLET . . . they're sensibly priced and full of gel-up-and-go! "Ijiiborlion law, says he is seltingionly = ;up a national cemetery requires Race Riot Victims All 'Shot in Back' AIT.PSTA. Gii. (AD - Coro. lial," Edwards said in a rcccnlincr Nathan !Â·'. Wklcner says the Philadelphia speech. a patient lie a state Commissioner C h a r l e s Lsix Ncsrncs killed in racial riiit- C. im; IHTO were shot in Hie liiick l|aborled children. for;resident for al least 90 days and|investigators under Nader's di-,and that five ot them had miilti- ' t h a t the ahorlion be performedjrection accused the FDA of laxi- pic wounds. "It will he similar lo the cenvhy a licensed physician in an ac- ty in food protection ment. enforce-j The connior siiid in a report iWednestlav that the size of the identify lhc;.slu);s which struck all the vic- gnveninient "expert." j l i m s appeared lo be about .32 . - But Dr. Howard L. Richard-caliber, smaller than the rcvol- i;regard them the same as any!convince pregnant women not to sori] an FDA palliologist. has! vcrs used by most policemen, i'other human being who dies.! have the operation. i chafed agency officials altered; i 0 |j ccmcn ( i llrinf , the riot I'ctery for unknown soldiers, onlyicrediled hospital. |;it will be for unknown souls,"j Pearson said he spent $7,0001 Edwards did not idci I Pearson said Wednesday. j fighting the bill's passage and government "expert." = "I think it is about time we|another $3.000 since trying to I orators or disposals." |! Pc-iirsun, a Man! |j They shouldn't end up in incin- Pearson has offered lo pay all scientists.' conclusions and roc-'j loni | av = m-it ni*f *-iÂ»Â« Hicrvncolc " nvnnncne fr\r nroonani tunmon i^i; nnn *!%Â«( nlit-li it-il h * * expenses for pregnant women ommendations thai clash \vilh.J : iiney and others to set up theiover." He said if they decide =;cemetcry but hasn't decided yel'.against an abortion, he would = ' Â· - Â· Â· -- ;pay all medical bills for the were nrmcd with shot- . -.. , - . . 'nuns, and sonic tvpcs of buck- "b abomon to come.estabiished regulatory ixi.ili.in,.,-,.,,^ . lrc n , lou , ; ;t3 cnljber in and think things Disclosure of Richardson's size, hut Widencr said he did not V-8, cruiseomatic, power steering, air conditioning SPECIAL OF THE WEEK 1969 Chev. Kingswood Wagon Radio, heater, turbohydromatic, power steering and brakes, power tail Stale window, brand new first line tires $3295 Officer Aghast When His Gun Kills Student j baby's delivery, i Only seven women have taken J i him up on the offer, he said. " !"Many probably thought it was | a hoax because no strings were Â· attached," he said. Three of Hie women yere California residents and the others came from Colorado. North Carolina, Indiana and Georgia. Six were unmarried. All decided allegations brought calls for ajhjnk the victims wcre struck by congressional F. Phelps to 1968 Plymouth Fury III 4 Dr. Sedan power J? V-8, automatic transmission, |ji steering and brakes, radio, J| heater, air conditioning |l967Bonneville4Dr.HI @ Full power, air conditioning. Burgundy Â§ and black 2 tone. ^ Beautiful Car 11965 Chevrolet Impala 4 Door 1969 Chev. Cust. Impala 2 Dr HT. Cpe. Turbohydromatic, power steering, ^factory air, 327 engine, factory war- " ranty, vinyl interior, radio || SANTA BARBARA, Calif. |!(AP)--A 31-year-old policeman ij.says it was an i shot from his riol gun a student peacemaker! n t n v n r violence last abortion, Pearson said AGC Committee Five area general conlractor have been appointed to serve, on national committees of the 9 0 0 0 - m e m b e r Associated General Contractors of America ! headquarters in . invcslJRalionjbuckshot. One man had nine j wounds, Widencr said. ! Dr. .loo (iHldwi'll of University Hospital, who examined three of the fatalities and a number of the wounded, sairl only one of the dead he saw had multiple wounds. been hit with "small caliber stuff--possibly .22 or .K cali- * c TM' : struck the chest from the front. Late Wednesday, as armed during antiwar violence ! April at nearby Isla Vista. , Tl( '. v '' re normal everyday AGC), wit unintentional. P e Â°P le aÂ»d some of them were Washing Â£on t R ,,n whiclvTMry upset," he said. "They Appointed ' N a t l o n i l | Guardsmen continued counseling but psychii.-^ ild W. Dccke, .Present o[ Wer . e , n0t necessar ' 1 ; Thcy 'r U ^ Â± P " nr^Went of''A A Â« !) P-'"- ' ' ' needed someone show,ng . B. Jones pro , dent of VA I $2295 II 1968 Chev. Cust. Impala 2 Dr HT. Cpe. si \ 307 engine, power steering, radio, factory Ss5 ; i warranty. Looks like Â«Â·$'! Brand New ., "I was Ihe cue responsible for _ =i Kevin Moran's death," Davidl =:GosseIin, a five-year veteran of, between l i l h e force, told a coroner's jury" ljust Â· love and concern for them." the trigger and the trigger guard "At the time it did discharge I ;i a.m. curfew re- ft E B Jones Co.; from m a i n e ( l 'Â» e f f c c t - a wriUen r e- Colorado Springs were B. H..P"1 on nnly one of the six Baker, president of B. H. Baker tollls had been filed by police. Inc., and N. Kent Baker, vice 1 , president of B. H. Baker Inc.^ ,. and from Greeley, J. F. Phelps, | Wednesday. After hearing Gosselin's ac-icouldn't believe it. I was con-,--.----- -- - - - - . _ . , ,,Â· I!count and testimony by a statelsciously sure the weapon had president of Hensel Phelp, Con- m _ . _ , _ =Â· ballistics expert that the riot!fired. But subconsciously I vD/4/b ^'? UI1 ' S saff ''- v was (lefectivo - the|dida't want to believe it Missing Woman sft i 1969 Chevrolet 4x4 4-Whl. Drive V-8, riulio, heater, automatic, power steering and brakes, air conditioning . '$1495 '1 speed, 350 engine, new tires, factory warranty .. $3195 |! jury ruled that the death of Kev-j "I had never consciously tak- = in Patrick Moran, 22, was acci-'en the safely off, and I don't be- 'licve I would subconsciously do it." Gossclin said he then heard a 1961 Lincoln 1968 Chev. Bel Air4 Dr. Sedan Full power, air c o n d i t i o n i n g , one owner, l i k e new 995 Automatic, radio, IU)7 V-8 engine . ... $2395 !: dental. |i Eldest of 10 I, Moran, the eldest of 10 chil- ||drcn of Mr. and Mrs. Malachyjboy on the porch of the bank say ijMoran of Saratoga, Calif., was!that someone had been shot. = defending a F^ink of America! "I lay against the fctider [ branch i'n the student-populated,trying to compose myself," said |. community from fircbonibers;(!ossclin. ' struction Co. All except N. Kent Baker 1 have served as president of the A s s o c i a t e d Build.ing Con-, tractors of Colorado Inc., the state's building Chapter of the AGC. Baker is presently serving Pnlirp i v!ilÂ»C SEE OR CALL OXE OF THESE SALESMEN 11 1968 Caprice 4 Door Hardtop .lay KtcinhorKcr. Arl S t f t M l t p r a o r . ^.",2-"t7.'i2 Joe W i l l i a m s , S.Vt-HST H u r r y Kr-n l l i b l i - r . 3r.2-sr.in 3.12-42(i5 Vinyl roof, factory air, power steering and brakes, power seat, power windows, tilt wheel, factory air, a m / f m radio air shocks, vinyl interior .. : $26951! i'whm he waechnl. April 18. I "I I: Moran was on the .steps of the the truck. Then 1 went into a jlbank, urging nonviolence lo a E rock-fhrowing mob I'.studenls were extinguishing a .'things I,firebomb inside. can't, describe them. f l Gossclin said he arrived in ai "To prove ... to make me i i d u m p truck used as an assault,realize it was my weapon, 1 =! vehicle. as a member of the ABC's Executive Committee. | DKNVKR ( A P i -- Police today The committees In which they continued Iheir search for a were appointed wcre: ; former Miss Wisconsin, Mrs. B. II. Baker, Labor Commit- W i l l i n m ('. L.nchk\ who has remember going back to tee; N. Kent Baker, Legislative.been missing since last Friday. Committee; Donald . Decker,: || C r husband, president of the clump of trees and lay on the as fellow ground . . . Just lay there. Many uishing a'things went through my mind. 1 "I ran toward a second dump S A I / K S Herrii-k Garnsry r;o,io Bush I! truck, I; fender leaned across the front and was sighting the opened the bolt and removed the spent cartridge from the chamber. And that was when I convinced myself." Garnsey Wheeler |[ Spencer Chevrolet . T Trrlrr . T 1 _, p, , x TT -i Â» -r /^.rp t I = ; i e n U M HHU was M g l l t i l l ^ I I I U U U I I V M I L C U mj'vicii. D R I V E A LTT1LE -- S A V b A L U l l ! |: scope of my rifle. I was there to! Moran, struck in the right pel- I' provide cover for oilier officers 1 vie area, died of wounds from a ........... .30-06 bullet that severed an artery and caused massive hemorrhaging. Wo Havfl Two Lots To Choose From 711 l l t h St. and 1108 8lh Avo. I'll. o:2-017-l Hiway 80--Ault, Colorado I arriving in five other trucks," I said Ihe 6-fool-3 Navy veteran i.anrl onetime demolition export. i "My first impression was t h a t j Police Chief Alfre-1 Trembly, l : :hose on Ihe porch of the bank who suspended Gosselin several " : " " " . . - ( | a y s a ft c r the shooting, said the officer was being reinstated to ! ! !ind been caught and were liinfi U ( / . ,\ll I H - V - i had my gloved right handl duty. said his wife was last aboul 2 p.m. Friday at Construction Education Com-! Echo Productions, , mittee and American Schools of |i (: relations and advertising Construction -- AGC .loint Cn-:firm, operative Committee; E. B.! S een , . . , Jones, Joint American Arbilra-jstaplolon Inlcriialional Airport, tion Association -- AGC: Mrs. Luebke. who serves as Regional Construction Industry.vice president of her husband's Advisory Committee, Ainerican ! company, was reported wearing Institute of Architects -- AGC : about $4.01)0 in jewelry. Police Liaison Commission as an alter-;records indicated Mrs. Luebke nate, Building (public private) Task Unit, and and was carrying an overnight case. thc.Police quoted her husband as Industry Advancement Fund:saying she had mentioned sui- Committee; and J. F. Phelps:cidc. to the Corps of Engineers Task! Mrs. Luebke is 5-fool-3, and Unit. j weighs about 110 pounds. She The Associated General Con-;hcld the Miss Wisconsin crown Iractors of America is Ihe lead-in ing spokesman for the struction industry. is Iho molhcr of two con-idaughters, and was a teacher |at a Catholic school in Denver.
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