Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 15, 1970 · Page 30
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Page. 30 GREELEY TRIBUNE Ul«d Con and fruckl 51 1962 CHBVKOLET 4 door. 327, i nu ^JWWt 368-2160. FOR SALK -- 1935 IhiilKu i-ickui-; 'Ford Isky, Kilelbrwk cciuii« 214 16th Si. HtU-r 0. . Ilun3 ud. 1055 Fun], 1U60 CHKV. ·JP6. 6SK-V f O R ~ S A L B ~ -- 1965 T.-yuta I.RIII! Cruiser, 4 drive. Kxct'IU-nt comlition. $l.-150. Call 33-0525. POR SAlili -- ll'Gfl Chevrolet Jmimln. "Fully equipped, Tube over pay men 363-U.Sl. 1970 OLDS~lor wtW. L u x u r y 4 di sedftn. Well ct|uijjpvd. Will cunsii :tV»de. 3ft2-fi6U2. 19611 FOHD~~FHlcon 4 door. 6 cylinder. A-l conditiun. JWO. liU-^'J, y«- 2661. utii 1959 ClBV."~E« 352-30U5 utter 1965 IMPALA 32T, radio, ·power steering, brukcs. Clwtn. 35;!5168. 1PG6 Corvair Corwi spopd, V-S. px WC nftor 6. nt conditiun. 33- FQR SALK -- 19S6 Tolilinc 2-: 2 excellent cundition. Bent otter. Call 3536265 or see at 3530 So. lllh Av TAKK over imymenta on 1970 Vjatsun sfickup with 2200 miles on it. 5S7- · _Vrl, May 15, 1970 Used Cart and Trucks 51 EXCEPTIONALLY rlran 'c'.2 Kurd (ial- a.ti«_pO. New tires. 2P4-7KU7. t!7 OLDS Cullu«» 2 door. Good co _ C«ll_352-7700. MUST sell" 1966 Mercury. llMl of Call 6S6-2726 afli'r G Jt.lii. 65 MUSTANG hardtop V-S, 4 sliced. 2131 10th St. ltd. 353-2619. ·OK SALK -- '70 U'l'O. Uninil new. ·ed. -100 cu. ill. -iril-27S2 afti-i " ~ . ' l l c n t condition. Call at Hie home of Mrs. Hazel Komma on Wednesday . 4 p. "sC4~l'l,YMUUTU Fury Sixirt Coupe _Kx«-ll«il_ cundition. 353-6107. /(M.KSWACMN for sale. C.ood eondi tion. 353-2111.1 or 352-1S52. 1966 V\V eumm-r. S.OOtl miles on fac tory rebuilt ellKine. fl.OUO. 352-265 1)63 V\V. Kxcellcnt condition thrmiKh _onU_J59:i.__ 5K7-2357. 1967 VW. $1,1100. 352-1519. 10fc~~CllKvTlbt,F,T convertible. 327, on floor. 352-2518 after 6. H)OI 195!) Olds 2 door ht.. ?85 ; '; .Merc.. S65. 6SS-2011. C L K A N I'sCO 1'oiitinc Bon.ieville. 2S-I-7SC7. » wheels. Good 3»3-41-12. 1965 M U S T A N G . Chnm ;t»litiun. ItcnsonaMo. : ,- THE BEST CAR BUYS IN TOWN ARE MADE AT HITT-GRAHAM DODGE and RAY SUMPTER MAKES THEM 3501 \V. 10th Street 352-7246 j 1968 Camaro Super Sport O N L Y 13,000 M I L E S . MUST BE SOLD THIS WEEK FOR $2,000 CASH. SEI3 AT 3303 13 ST. 353-SOH5 Nunn By MRS. J. A. TURNER NUNN -- May meeting of Hie Merry Matrons Club was held Nine Coeds Seek Wiss UNC Title afternoon with Mrs. Melvin Komma iissisiing hostess. M r s . Richard Hewitt, A-l WEEKEND SPECIALS 1969 Ford Gal 500 2 Dr. HI Sp. Roof Ratlin, heater, automatic, power steering and brakes, factory air, 12,000 actual miles, one owner 1968 Chevrolet Biscayne 2 Door Radio, heater, automatic 1968 Ford Galaxie 500 4 Door Radio, heater, automatic, power steering and brakes _ $1795 $2395 11967 Chevrolet Caprice 4 Dr. HI Radio, heater, automatic, power slecrmtr, and brakes, Factory air _.. f 1967 Chevrolet Caprice 2 Dr, HI Radio, heater, automatic, power steering and brakes, factory air 1964 Chevrolet Impala 4 Dr. HI Radio, heater, automatic, power steering ... ^resident, presided at the meeting and reported after four attempts the group finally at- lended the annual Denver trip :or luncheon and Cinerama at the Cooper Ihealer. Sixteen members made the trip. Guests of the group were Mrs. James Bidding of Denver; Mrs. Charles Burman of Ault and Mrs. Albert Rensro, of Greeley. Mrs. Albert Jensen and Mrs. Lynn Shipp's furnished the after- n o o n s enlerlainmenl with games. The remainder of the afternoon was spent socially. The nert meeting will be June 10. Cow Bells of Weld county held their May meeting, at the Farm Fare Cafeteria in Greeley en Tuesday. Those attending from the Nunn Community were Mmcs. Murray Giffin; Harolc Harden: David Van Kempen, Harold'Sidwell, Howard Diehl Richard Sidwell and Mrs. G. E. Qi Boston of Greeley and Mrs. '-· Edna Bond of Fort Collins. Weekend guests in the J. Thane Turner home were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Turner and sons Jimmy and John of Monte Visti: and Irene Turner of Colorado State University, Ft. Collins. Nunn Fire Bells attending the Northern District Auxiliary ! meeting of the group at La Salic 'on Tuescl-iy evening were Mrs. Lynn oh'ipps, Mrs. Fred Kovach, Mrs. Melvin Komma and Mrs. W. J. Haberman. Mrs. J. J. Polosky of Pierce ijand Mrs. J. A. Turner attended ithe 7th anniversary of the Colorado Federation of Women's clubs as delegates from the N o r t h e r n District Past Presidents club. The convention was held at the Ramada Inn in Greeley on Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Esther Spath is a patient at Weld County General Hospital in Greeley. Brunettes outnumber t h e )londs, height predominates and irettiness reigns as nine coeds nter the finals for the title of 'Miss UNC" and the opportuni- y to represent the University n the Miss Colorado Pageant his summer. The Miss UNC Pageant will be held Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Greeley West High School auditorium. Students and the )ublic are invited. Seven Colpradans will be competing with two oul-of-state girls for the title. The contestants are Marianne Galitz, Karen Harr, Terri Kahl, Sally Keeler, Margie Kochevar, Patricia McMulien, Sharon Riggins, Jan Tesar and Linda Tim- lins. Miss Galitz is a sophomore elementary education major from DeWitt, la. My Parade" from "Funny Girl.' Karen Harr is science major She is sponsorec ty, Delta Zeta, i representative for Lines. Miss Harr forming a dance "Raindrops My Head.' major. ·I i i Buckingham By Mrs R. E. LIVENGOOD BUCKINGHAM - G.T Club met at the home of Mrs. J Rudolph Mizel Wednesday with /Isix members and three guests !'| present, several of the pieces i j i j f o r the nursing homes were I,'! j finished, and the club will 'discontinue their meetings until ; I early fall. Mr. and Mrs. Gerwood By JACK SHOLL AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) -- Stock market prices, standing at their lowest levels in seven years, declined sharply for the second consecutive day Thursday and some analysts inlerpreted it as a good sign. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials fell 9.05 points to 384.79. The Dow average has not oeen as low since April 2. 1963 hen it closed at 684.27. The average had been down over 16 points 30 minutes before the closing bell. But the loss was reduced in the last few minutes flurry of trading as investors scurried to pick up some issues at low prices. Over the past month, the Dow average has lost 92 points. On W e d n e s d a y, the average plunged 10.75 points, and fell Lhrough the 700 level. "There is no question that we are making progress against in- 'lation. If we weren't, the slock market wouldn't be down as sharply as it is. If an inflationary boom was going on, the market wouldn't be declining ike this," said Leif Olsen Jr.. senior vice president and chief economist at the First National City Bank of New York. Decline Needed Other analysts said Ihey believe the market needs an exceptionally sleep decline before it can turn upwards. They said Ducker of Denver spent Friday $1095 Ed Fritzler SALESMEN Elmer Schnorr Dave McDonald ! night and Saturday visiting his ·parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Howe. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Howe of Denver visited on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mitzel attended the funeral of his cousin, Pete Frilchell in Loveland Friday. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Livengood were Thursday dinner guests of Mrs. Elsie Miller in Greeley. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Castor and Kurt attended tlie N.J.C. Warren-Bunting Motors |!;;Rndeo in Sterling Sunday. ' ! Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Green and Marilyn spent Sunday with 1 Mrs. Alia Green and Dale, Mrs. _ I Green's other children callec ji I her on the phone during l|'|day. total loss of ?260 billion. FHA Office Leo French, county office the Fort Collins she has served clerk since Dei Miller also has fi perience with 11 Minnesota. She : Dorothy Ballard, resigned. Miss Miller is M i n n e s o t a . She is the tary-treasurer a member of i, her sponsor or her talent, on't Rain On nd ' "People" 1.' i junior social rom Denver. by her sorori- id 'is a college r United Air · will be per- e medley to ) Falling On Terri Kahl is ary education led Nprtheast- e before trans- /here she par- l activities ins secretary to the student body. Miss Kahl is a member of Pi Lambda Theta, an honorary education organization which sponsored her participation in the pageant. She will perform Roger Williams' arrangement of "A u t u m n Leaves" on the piano. Sally Keeler, from Longmont, is a junior majoring in theater arts. She is active in the Little Theatre of the Rockies, a member of t h e student-faculty board, and is sponsored by her sorority, Sigma Kappa. She will do an oral cutting from Maxwell Anderson's "Joan of Lorraine." Margie Kochevar is from Pueblo and is a junior social science major. Her sponsor is Sigma Epsilon fraternity. She is a member of Sigma Kappa sorority and the Sisters of Min' 2nd Sharp )ck Market d represent a ]illinn. ,000 shares of jday are worth ·ii iiller · eley ce stale director, \dministration, y the transfer er as assistant :lerk in the Greeley. I report to the Monday from office, where as assistant cember. Miss our years' cx- le agency in replaces Mrs. who recently a native of and attended about $64,000. Last year at the end of April the snares were worth about $81,000. Knocked Off Over-all, industry observers estimate more than $160 billion in stock valuations have been knocked off securities listed jusl on the New York Stock Exchange since 1968. Glamor stocks alone, they estimate, have declined about 200 per cent since the beginning of last year. On the New York Stock Exchange Thursday, declines outran advances by some 1,200 issues. The NYSE's index of some 1,200 common shares dropped 0.62 to 41.37. The American Stock Exchange index fell .27 lo 20.95. Volume on Hie New York Slock Exchange rose to 13.92 million shares from the 10.72 million shares traded Wednesday. Closing Big Board prices included Occidental Petroleum, down 25 cents to $18.12; Ameri- irva. Her talent will be a jazzi discoteque dance to the "Spinning Wheel." Patricia McMulien is a freshman from San Bruno, Calif., who is majoring in fine arts. She is a member of the UNC Modeling Board, has appeared on t h e television "Dating Game" program, and toured Europe last summer with the Southern California Y o u t h Chorale. Her sponsor is Wilson Hall, a student residence. Accompanying herself on guitar, she will sing an 18Ui Century folk ballad entitled "Geordy" and a Beatle selection called 'World Without Love." Sharon Riggins is a Lcngmont sophomore majoring in elementary education. She belongs to Alpha Sigma Alpha, Campus Crusade, choir, Kappa Delta Pi and is a member of a folk group called 33 A.D. Her sponsor is Spurs, the sophomore women's honorary, to which she also belongs. Her performance will be a medley of piano, poetic and vocal interpretations. Jan Tesar hails from Loveland and is a sophomore majoring in elementary education. She is a cheerleader and member of Angel Flight, the AF- ROTC women's honorary. Talking, acting and performing basic gymnastics, Miss Tesar will do a resume of a girl's life from age five to college in a presentation called "A Little Girl Grows Up." Her sponsor is Newman Club, the Catholic student organization. Linda Timmins is from Wheat Ridge and is a home economics major in her second year. She is a pompon girl, business manager for Modeling Board, assistant rush chairman for her sorority, Alpha Sigma Alpha, and a member of the home economics honorary, Theta Pi Theta. Her sorority is her sponsor She will perform a modern and jazz dance to the music of "Midnight Cowboy" and Everybody's Talkin'." Five judges have been selected for the pageant. They are Mrs. Pnm Pillock of Greeley, interior decorator for Rucker's Furniture; Dr. Richard Simon of Grccley, choral director at Greeley West High School; Miss Susan Hawkins, UNC graduate and former Miss Colorado University from Colorado Springs; Miss Judy DeSpain, appearance counselor for United Air Lines in Denver; and John Lanigan, radio personality from KHOW in Denver. The judges will have a conversational hour with the contestants at 5 p.m. Saturday followed by dinner. During the pageant, the girls will be judged on poise and appearance in formal gowns and swimsuits, (heir talents, and the finalists will be asked to answer one question each. Master of ceremonies will be Larry R. Scars, director of public information for the university. Summer Reading Program Set by Greeley Library The Greeley Public Libraryi (ally will be given to each child will conduct a summer reading program for children beginning June 1 and announced it will alter the weekly story hour. "Summer reading can not only be a happy experience, but one for Freeman, also a rewarding children," Evelyn children's librarian said. "Leisure-time on which to record the books as he reads them. A reading program button will be awarded for the first three books read and a certificate for reading a total of 16 books. A special ribbon award can be earned by reading 32 books. prior to her employmenl wit can Telephone, down GO cents to . secretarial school for one year $45.75; Penn Central, down 50| er W prior to her employment with cents to $15.25, Memorex, up r e a ° " S the government. She worked for $4.31) to $80.01) and Xerox, up xnr -"""'" K the Department of Labor in $2.00 to $79.00. Washington, D.C., prior to her appointment with Farmers Home Administration. The Farmers Home Administration makes supervised loans for family farming operations, farm purchase and development, rural housing, community the heavy selling in the pastiwaler and sewer systems, several sessions could trigger a buying splurge. "I am very much convinced this market is selling the economic outlook short," said Richard Scruggs, an analyst with the investment firm of Goodbody Co. in New York. "When logic prevails the market will right it self. This is overdue." The slock market is in the midst of its longest slide in the post-World War II era. Its present length surpasses any ol the eiglil slumps since the 41 month dip between Nov., 1938 and April, 1942. Eighteen months ago (he Dow Jones aver- and water conservation and development, grazing associa- .ions and for emergency credit needs. All loans are accompanied by Farm and financial management assistance and guidance. FHA makes loans only to rural people who are unable to obtain credit from conventional lenders. FORD ACKXCY. EATON", COLORADO Phone Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bowman !| jhad dinner in sterling Sunday i| and later attended the Northeastern Junior College Rodeo. ., age was at the 980 level. I On a per capita basis, each o: the nation's 26 million stock Trailers and Campers 53 UF.W ovprntli CHmj.ors STI'S. Tr«i!cM» Slflflo. NiiFFOr Snlep. ln:!4 K. IS. FOR SALE Konnmy KimiiM-r. Full FOR RENT -- J «liP«l li-niliir fnr hauling CHT. 352-ol:!:5. t-vfiiiiiKs. 1969 C A M P E R trnilcr. l!n V? ft., f u l l y self contained. Like new. Will cnn- pickun Mimper for down pay- May be Been anytime. 2519 W. ·idei ment. 6th Si YOUR RED DALE DEALER Trailers and Campers Sales--Service--Parts WESTERN H O M E IMPROVEMENT 310 N. n t h Ave. A action i 353-1603 Trailers and Campers 53 FOR SALIJ -- Camper. Sec FiH J;irk- mm, 517 Ash, Wimfeur or call C8G- usnn. T R A V E L trailer hen rintmr tors ilo-nlcr for Yellowstone, Monitor, Terry, Cardinal. Orbit nnd Banner. 422 l l l h Ave. 3b2-371S. FOR SALK -- Campor-tniilnr. lflf.7, 2!i ft. Sunla Vv. Kully sMf idem axle, elci-tri rnnditio Drive, L- S2.4riO.on. mis /olainl. 667-4K?6. "Top Of "KONOJIY HAMPERS" Best Made Pickup Covers--Folding Tent Campers Sales Rentals Winncbano Camper Coaches "Expo" M',4 ft. Travel Tniilur vain-pack 0 sleeper at budget prices ECONOMY BODY SHOP 3S2.rii!2S Hiphway SS--Evans 54 Auctions HUGE ANTIQUE AUCTION SATURDAY, MAY 16, 11:30 A.M. SHARP! Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Howe visited at the Bill Pederson home Thursday evening near Stoneham. Mr and Mrs. Orie Hill motored to Henderson and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Hoffman and Jack Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greenlee Fort Collins, Charles Ash- holders has suffered a paper loss of about $10,000 since 1968 said Bradbury K. Thurlo, finan cial analyst with the brokeragi firm of Hoppin Bros, in Nev baugh of Greeley and Roy Ashbaugh who is attending n.j.c. were Sunday dinner geusts at the Keith Ashbaugh home. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mil/el Mrs. Elsie Sunday in took her mother, Miller to dinner Greeley and the group later visited at the. Carl Miller home in Greeley. M r . and Mrs. Ronny Livengnod, Kim and Mike of Half-Staff Flag Draws VFW Protest The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United Stales of America, Pioneer Post 2121, Greeley has protested the actions of students With Officers i Swing Stolen Mrs. Elclon Weber, 1700 13th Ave., told police Thursday a| porch swing was stolen f r o m j lier home. Window Broken Shortly after midnight Friday mornin;; officers Don O'Leary and Larry Carpenter heard | glass break in the vicinity of 7th Avenue and 13th Street. On investigation they found a window had been broken at Dorsey's Service Station, 1228 7th Ave. There was no entry into the building. Hubcaps Stolen Helen Curttright, 919 24th St., told police Thursday two hubcaps were stolen from her car. Theft Reported Mrs. Don Bonnawitz, 1802 15lh Ave., told police Thursday a power lawn mower, fertilizer and a sprinkling can were stolen from her garage. All books must be Greeley Public Library books and read reading can:after June 1. fulfill two goals; learning lo! The Children's Room will books; and increasing nominate Saturday Story Hour skills, including iafier May 23. building," she] story Hour will resume on added. j Wednesday, June 17 at 2:30 The theme for (he summer i p.m. It will be held at that time program is "Out of This'every week until September. W o r l d . ' ' It will feature! Stories, records and games vncabularly spacemen with the big dipper whose stars depict the number of books read. A companion may be enjoyed by children from pre-school through fourth grade. Hathaway Reviews WUROTC Cadets Despite Demonstrators Ron Car Tops Cut Reed, Jim Ryan and Mike Hall, all of 1424 llth Ave., told police Thursday morning Hospital Dismissals Dismissed from Weld County General Hospital on Thursday, May 14: Kathleen Hager, 1101 33rd Ave.; Ellen Urano, Fort Lupton; Albert Smith, 2409 15th Ave.; Elizabeth Marshall, Rt. 3; Julie Bennetts, Rt. 4; Patricia Eisenman, 2400 22nd Ave.; Allison Bolegnesi, 2409 13th Ave.; Courtney Berg, 1953 26th Ave.; Jose Hernandez, La Salle; Anna Meissinger, 1704 12th St.; Mrs. Preston Holden, Fort Collins; Robert Smith, 2502 at the University of Northern lhe convertible tops of their Colorado on May 7 in which h d fa , ' h d the flag of the United States of America was flown half-staff protest of the unfortunate killing of the four Kent Stale University students and President Nixon's Cambodian policy. ; This action was condoned by person or persons at state and university level, at which we are also in protest," the VFW post said. "We are in full support of the United States government," Clint Anderson, the commander, said in reporting the stand of the post. Brush and Mr. and Mrs. Dick W. 4th St.; Mrs. Lonnie " "-'-·-'- Kirkland, 1930 23rd Ave. Cl.; llcifner of Brighton were 5+ Saturday overnight guests and Sunday dinner guests at the R. E. Livengood home, Sunday ..'i' afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Mel Norman Miller, 2745 E. 18th St.; Dennis Zook, 2145 28th St.; Clifford Wcnger, Fort Morgan; Russell Peterson, Fort Lupton; i : /'.;: ! Livcnfiood of Brush visited tlicJMrs. Ralph Cooper, 1200 25lh Esther R. Smith Dies Thursday In California Word was received hero the night. during By STEVE SHIPP Associated Press Writer LAKAMIE, Wyo. (AP)-Without acknowledging 1,400 sign- carrying demonstrators, Gov. Stan Hathaway went through his traditional review of military cadets on the University of Wyoming football field Thursday as light snow fell sporadically. The demonstrators, some shivering, sat in the stands during the 25-mitiute ceremony. Three dozen campus and Lar- The anti-war demonstrators had a large U.S. flag with a stars on its Blue field. One white peace symbol instead of stars on its blie field. One of their signs read: "We can't end a war by war." An organizer of the anti-war demonstration, Bill Adler, of Hark Forest, III., said: We are protesting this award thing involving HOTC units because ROTC puts these young men in a position to kill." amie City police, equipped withi Adler said the anti-war demon- billy clubs, looked on but therelstration had been prompted in ,,,o,-o nn in^iHonio part by President Nixon's decision to send combat troops to were no incidents. One group of demonstrators, numbering about 1,000, carried|Cambodia. Hathaway has sup- anti-war Signs and Chanted, ~"-l»H Iho Pr-osiHont'c ar-tinn "Give peace a chance," as Hath' ' ' field. 2 Accidents Reported by State Patrol A Bennett man was hurt when the pickup truck he was driving ran into the rear of a semi truck tractor in an accident on Interstate SOS three miles east of Koggen about 2:15 a.m. Thursday, the Highway Patrol reported. The pickup's driver, William Burl Woodworth, 20, received a bruised nip and a bump on his head. Patrolman Mike Carey said Woodworth ran into the rear of Friday morning of the death of; a truck tractor driven hy Roy Mrs. Esther R. Smith, 84, of Jacob Geist as the two were away walked onto the Many held their fingers up in a "V" peace symbol. After about seven minutes, the chanting died as the ceremony began. Hathaway reviewed the formation of cadets enrolled in campus Army and Air Force ROTC programs. Then he gave medals and awards to graduating cadets. The anti-war demonstrators sat at the north end of the stadium. A counter-demonstration group of about 400 sat at the far end. The counter-demonstrators carried a 15-foot hanner which said: "We Support Hathaway." i group. R. R. Ave.: Mis. Dennis Miller and'El Monte, Calif., a former long-going west on SOS. Woodworth's IJvenfiood returned daughter, Eaton; Mrs. IlobertKime Greeley resident. i t, _ ..... _____ i: ____ I -,-· . _ i i ____ 1. 1 _ ,, n r t t .inn, flyl.T. Ci»;iti flinrl k- ; fjhonie Thursday after spending|King and daughter, 2511 12lh a few days in I he Weld CountyJAve Ct.; May Green, 1513 4th General hospital, undergoing: Ave.; Mrs. David Watson, J1070 pickup was damaged ported the President's action. About 200 persons, not sitting with either group of demonstrators, watched the ceremony. Afterward both demonstration groups dispersed through separate stadium entrances. '"' About 50 marshals, wearing white head bands, quieted the anti-war group when chanting began midway through the ceremony. Adler said the marshals were appointed to avert any possible violence or irregularities. Auto Strikes Gasoline Pump About $2,000 damrrge was;-,- - · reported to a gas pump at the ch » d TM-., In The Courts J DISTRICT COURT Divorces Sought Three divorce complaint! vere filed in District Court. They vere as follows: Mrs. Sally Lea Helus of Evins against Jacob A. Helus. They were married in Greeley iNov. 19, 19G1, and have two Partial list of items: China cabinets. nprrotnriis. roll top desk -- 1 barrel hack, w a l n u t bookcase sirrrt.-uy. 3 piece mnrhle tnp bdrm. suites, hull trans, player piano t h a t works, piano rolls, church orenn. I U I I I M I l y i » ' , rimiiil oak t a b l e s -1 claw, side boards, music, e a b i n e l . 3 piece oak bdnn. pet, 2 parlor sets, d i n i n g i n n m set, \ v i t l i extra lar^e leu's, spinet desk, step down dresser, clocks, occasional tables, sets of chairs, coiniiinilcs, 1 T i f f a n y type, l a m p shade, picture frames, iiilclu-r nnd powl sets, b a l l rucks. pedesals, cut. Klass, pressed tlass. c h i n a , camel back t r u n k s , m a n y m a n y more i t e m . tion. Due lo such a large i - n n s i t i i i i i e i i t . t h e start at. 1 1 : 3 i a.m. SHAUI 1 ! minor surgery. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Livengood entertained the pinochle club in I heir home Monday evening. Those present were Messcrs and Mmes. Keith Ashbaugh, G. W. Cass, Orie Hill, Rudolph .vlilxcl. Ilifih scores going to |Mrs. Oril Hill and G. W. Cass, nnd low to Mrs. Wayne Cass, nnd Keith Ashbaugh and pinochle prixc to Mrs. Rudolph Uio numerous to men- :.... j ,\]j|/el. ·: ;; 'j Auction conducted by A l b n c h A u c t i o n Co., ' |. mile west of Kv;ins in the Kabi-r A u c t i o n Hldjr. Auctioneers: Kail Alhacli ;iml Associaios. For i n f o r m a t i o n call 352-82.18 in (Irocloy. Milliken; Mrs. Edythe Oveson, Wheat Goble, Ridge; Mrs. Platteville; Bertha William Ziereis, 2137 28th St.; Julie Garretson, T h e r e s a 140 23rd Ave.: Christie, Hudson; Herman Otto, 2214 llth St.; Earl Webster, 2636 15th Ave.; Clark Carnahan, 2533 9th St. Stork Express Born to Mr. and Mrs. Mathew S. Venabie, 1107 30th St. Rd., CONTAINER CARGO a daughter, on Thursday, Msy N'KW PKLH1 ~ The share n f ' M . at Weld County General I n d i a n shipping in ils overseas! Hospital, trade is cxpcdcd lo increase' .siihslanlially .·filpiion of willi the conlainor com-: Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen cargo I Thomas, 1012 ]8th Ave., a son, Mrs. Smith died Thursday estimated $2,800; the 19118 truck after a long illness. She was "-'-' --=-!-- '·-"« a native of Kansas, and came to Greeley in 193G, where her husband, the late Axel Edward Smith, was employed by the Weld County shops until he retired. In Greeley, both Mr. and Mrs. Smith were active members of the First Covenant Church. Survivors include s daughter, Linnca P. Smith of El Monte; three sons, Dr. Marvin E. Smith of Castro Valley, Calif.; the Rev. Clifford A. Smith of Portland, Ore., and the Rev. Lincoln II. Smith of Aberdeen, Wash.; and nine grandchildren. Also surviving are a sister, Mrs. Ililma Fagcrherg of Minneapolis, Minn., and other K.inoh soulhwcst of here. tractor Geist was driving, $200. A 1965 car driven by Don Vaughan Kice, HI. 2, Greeley, was damaged an estimated $800 in a one-vehicle accident on Cheyenne Avenue 1.1 miles south of Eaton about 3 p.m. Thursday, no one was hurt in the mishap. Rice's machine ran off the right side of the road and rolled as the Rt. 2 man was going north, Patrolman Harold Payne said. WKSTCLIFFK, Colo. (AP) Robert J. Secora, 17, was killed Wednesday when he became entangled in a saw al a in the Rod Canda relatives. ·· :nrnjorls undertaken to expand on Thursday, May 14, at Weldj Funeral arrangements are modernizeJndian ports. County General Hospital. I still pending in California. The youth was president of his junior class at Cusler Coiin- ly High' School. c n r vi rp station i Mrs. Mildred W. Allen of Fort *Ji I » iv-\. u i c i i t . i i i i - ,, ,, _ , .: ____ I I I _____ 1,1 r» 1 1 25-14 lllh Ave., Thursday afternoon when the pump was' struck by a car and caught fire. Firemen were called at 2 p.m. and put the fire out within minutes. The pump was struck by a car driven by Mrs. John Burns, 1702 27lh St., as she was leaving the station. Collins against Harold B. Allen. Married Dec. 5, 1936, at Ilillsboro, 111., they have two children, both of whom are now adults. Mrs. Barbara Bowers, 2040 4th Ave., against Dennis Bowers. Mrs. Sylvia Lopez of Gill filed a separate maintenance complaint against Gilbert S. Lopez. They were married Jan. 10 of this year. Archery Club Changes Name The Archery Club at Ninn has changed its name from Antelope Springs Archery Club to Maynard Flals Archery Club. 01 her business discussed a lhe May 9 meeting included j leans. One new theory, ad plans for a bonfire and wiener vanced by some California re- Symptoms Treated LOS ANGELES - At present, medicine is able to treat only I the symptoms [which afflicts 4 of diabetes, million Amer- roast. A specific date will be decided upon at the meeting on May 16. searchers, is that diabetes may next occur because the body attacks its own insulin-making cells.

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