Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 27, 1961 · Page 11
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 11

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, October 27, 1961
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Friday, Oct. 27, 1961 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page ll'Mole. 44. and Alvin A. Owens, 51. Van Epps said lire captains .id- iltcd staging Inirglaries while in iform and on duty. COLLEGE MAN'S GUEST ROOM -- In House and Garden Magazine's 1%2 House of Ideas, the guest room is planned nround a college man who brings friends home at vacations. r\vin beds, covered with durable ticking, fold out from a ticking- lined closet. The room also bjssls a snack kitchen -- burners, sink and refrigerator. Dream Home-Upside Down By VIVIAN BROWN AP Ntwifealures Writer If. the average woman designed a dream house what would it look like? It's a fair guess that she might rtr'eam along the lines of D bouse Prep Students H e l p T r a c k D o w n Murder Suspects :iomc about (lie lime of the slay ings. The students heard about the big registration checking job and offered ll.eir services. They expected to complete the job today. lot Ploying Himself ' 3 BELLEVILLE. III. (AP) NEW YOUK ( A P - DoiialuVreains of 10 to 12 Cathedral Jllpli ,, Q p . T eascncc, whose portrayal ol a j S c h o o l boys worked in shiftsl *' rropnccy I rue edy in "The Caretaker"|- r iii,rsday, pouring over lists of N E W YO]iK _ ... MI , ICI . C( J .,,,. a highlight ol the Brondwuytzso.OOO vehicle licenses in an ct- eason, is one of England's lu|fort to find a truck that may have est-dresscd men. Kcceiving imnoiuiccmcnl of his election by tlio London Fashion been driven by a murderer. The students volunteered to help the Mudison County sheriff Stives- uild, P l e a s e n e e . declared: jtigalc Saturday's fatal slayings o f Thank heaven, they didn't see Mr. and Mrs. Hodney Peter, no on stage before making Ihcirl Authorities r e p o r t e d a red election." l(i-uck WHS seen near the 1'ctcr conditioning" piped into buildings from a central source will be introduced in Hartford, Conn., in 1902. In 1333 Dr. Willis M. Carrier, inventor of air condi 1 ioning, predicted such serviccidalc. Khrustv Rejects Pleas for End To N-Testing . MOSCOW (AD - Premier Khrushchev, in a letter made pub- * lie Friday, rejected appeals o f i j Western liberals anil scientists to · end unclear testing. He said the security of the Su- viol Union against danger of the United States and West Germany demanded that the Soviet Union bring its weapons arsenal \ip to In letters to British anil Amcrlcnn'nflcr !;ilor li'MflVrs iinrl fc-ii-n'.isls. Tlie, 1 ' 1 " 1 ' letter was dalcd Ocl. 24, the (Jay! USE THE T R I B U N E WANT ADS the biggest Soviet nuclear yet recorded. our complete selection of fresh, delicioua "before 1%I." Khruslichcv outlined his position Fall ra " Napkins and Tallies · CAMPUS Pharmacy 331 16th St. E v e r y t h i n g f o r Ihe O f f i c e 1303 E i g h t h A v e n u e 'DONALDS j. M. M C D O N A L D co. "LUCKY" FOR YOU, BECAUSE THESE PRICES ARE ROCK-BOTTOM, LOWEST EVER ON NEW, MUCH NEEDED ITEMS, We're proud of our men's we into double door closets in t walls. A compact kitchen in the family- guest room serves for snacks on the 1 o w e r-level. Refrigerator, counter Jop burners, sink and preparation surfaces are in a small As an introductory offer during "LUCKY DAY§ will give you 50c off on each Donfield dress shirt purchased at the regular price 2.98. Each Shirt Costs You Only 2.48 at Franklin Lakes, N. J., just plaiKunit. tied by prcliilect Ctothicl Woodard For Outdoor Entertaining Smith of Washington D. C. Mrs. Smith denies that she has designed the almost-perfect house because she is a woman, "There's no reason to think women architects are any smarter than men when it comes to planning a house that pleases a woman," she says modestly. "Or vice versa." An 18-foot polished tcrrazzo eir cle off the lower level of the house is for outdoor dancing. The garden and patio arfi landscaped for minimum maintenance. Plants are chosen for year round beauty, slow growth and long life. A too] shed is part of the garage structure. "Tlie major role of the ncchi- But it fakes a woman to think l«t should be to translate space of the romance of a balcony, and . to plan one for every member of (lie family, lo give each occupant s private entrance; to put the boy's room next to the laundry where ho can dump his salamanders, injects and fossils, to give a teenage girl a little garden with a fountain pool. "It's a house house where everyone can live as an individual and not step on another's toes," rhc says, "and when the. children r n off lo college the lower hall r-f the house may be closed off !o or the home planner. Tiie most requenl wails from new owners ire 'I didn't know it would be that imall,' or 'I didn't realize it would | je so big.' " Mrs. Smith says. She had no difficulty coping with he imaginary problems presented to her by House and Garden Magazine, for whom she designed] the house, its 1S02 House of Icieas She has a boy 14, a girl 9, an aire- dale, turtles and fish. The Smiths live in a fivo-story house in downtown Washington. "Shoemakers' children never rise maintenance costs and the '·nrcnts can use Iheir own floor. "Ynple don't want lo move away f-om a they love, just be- nuse they are left alone with it." Unusual Arrangement "The house is an upside down house," she explains. Living room, master bedroom, dining room and kitchen are upstairs. The children live below. "There is an arrangement so that groceries can be taken out of the, car and put directly into the kitchen; an enormous closet ihave shoes," Mrs. Smith laughing y points out in explaining why one with a love for contemporary nous' es and functional existence lives in M rambler." she calls a "1922 vertide Denver Not Only City With Cop Difficulties OAVOSSO, Mich.' (AP) -- The .18,000 residents of Owosso have ·warehouse,' for cumbersome s'o|H themselves (o blame for condi- age and paraphernalia." The archi-L whjch , e(J four t rankjng tect adds, "The house is functwnal| lice officers to prcy on tj)e ^ although that's a nasty word in , e th wcre d to protcc(| these traditionally minded times. ^ Prosecutor Norman The house was planned for an· ^ £ imaginary family of five-a col- Three cg s on fte forc( , a _ ' boy who brings his friends mi([ed Th ^ rs(iay that , hcy had home to the guest room at vaca taken part in burglaries while on I'on lime, a Ifryear-oldI high school ^ ^ were ? irl and a 12-ywr-old boy who ^ ^ v uses hamsters, designs bird nous- r-s and builds model cars. The ··ouse plan would not be good if !'ie children were younger, Mrs. S"iith points out. There are no'Conventional wins. Window walls are of insulat- H glass. was stripped of his badge after admitting he picked out places for two burglars to roh and shared in the proceeds. Van Epps, Sbiawasse County prosecutor, is blaming the peo- The living and dining room he- P' e ° l Owosso for the behavior of come one for a large party hvl tiia P 0 '"*' sald salanes P aid P 0 ' a *wnnght c^ine screens. A vacuum cleaning system sucks Hirt through wall outlets to a central disposal in the garage. The roof nf Terne metal -- an licemen were grace." Van Epps said the three captains earned $4,900 a year. Last Friday, Van Epps a bribery warrant against Lt. Clif- issued alloy of lead and tin on sheet sleeljford Tornacliff, 4D,- a veteran of -- is maintenance free. A motor-powered dumbwaiter 25 years on the force, 'after that officer admitted he tipped oft two connects the kitchen to the lower burglars on likely places to rob level where children, family-guest room and laundry room are lo and shared in the proceeds. Tonnacliff implicated Capfs. catcd. Guest room bods fold away Charles E. Leincr, 42, Waller T.- N O T I C E Anyone who wants (he city to pick up their leaves is requested to rake them into the gutter/The City Street Department will start picking up leaves about November 8. The city will be covered only once. Anyone who does not have his leaves raked into the gutter by the time of pickup will have to dispose of them himself. City of Greelcy Discover the wonderful way this shirt looks and feels, even after many washings. 100/o cotton wash 'n wcnr, never needs starching and little or no ironing. Choose from cither the new snap tab collar, permanently fussed collar, or soft collar with stays. Sizes U ib 17. A Special Group of Women's Tapered Slacks A "LUCKY" BUY FOR YOU! Wool Lined Slim Styling Timely Buy! You'll lie in perfect stylo indoors or out with llicso leisure loving slacks. 100% wool and f u l l y lined, in piece rfyfiil f l a n n e l s and n-s- sorted wool stripes. }lif;li Rise to give that sleek look in colors oC block,, h I it n, green and taupe. Assorted sizes. New Foam Backed RUG RUNNERS! All 27 Inches Wide! 3 Lengths 6 Foot 8 Foot 12 Foot 88 5 88 Luxurious carpet runners ideal for the heavy traffic areas in your home. Absolutely non-skid, cushioned with foam rubber back. ENTRANCE AREAS AND HALLWAYS Men's Soeirfe LEATHER JACKETS 1C Suede leother is warm yet lightweight. Mode of top quality genuine New Zealand lamb skin, matched for color and texture end free of all blemishes. Leather front facing, knit trim, rayon lining. Dry cleonoble. OUR ENTIRE STOCK Men's Suits Reg, 39,35 to $45 NOW ONLY ; : . FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY. Our entire stock of all wool and wool blend suits. Regular and longs. Sizes 36 to 46. Expert tailoring. One alteration free. Girls' DRESSES S2-S3-S4 This fall's styles reduced. Sizes 3-Gx, 7-14. Our entire stock Girls' Blouses Only $1.44 Many to pick from. Sizes 2-12. Wool Skirt Lengths 2 for $3 54-in. wool skirt lengths Reduced CURTAINS Sa'ie 20% Odds and ends priced to save you money. Plaid GINGHAMS Now O l C yd. Dan River ginghams at a savings. Washable Rayon Suitings 45-in. wide l » f I yd. Rayon-Abby f l a n n e l s that are washable. Printed Cotton Flannels 3 yds 1.00 Ladies' BLOUSES 2 for 3.00 for Most all sizes. A variety of colors styles. big and Girls' SKIRTS S2-S3-S4 Sizes ·tion. 2-12, Good selec- KOTEX reg. 12'« 31c rig. 46'i 1.15 Super 12'B 31c Men's SWEATERS 7.88 A variety of pullover sweaters. S-M-L. Ladies' Canvas Oxfords ONLY 2.44 Your choice of eithei canvaa or corduroy. Save on Money Bak Solid Color Blanket 72x90 Ib. A real money saving buy in o warm 31/1 blanket, the ideal weight for comfortable s l e e p i n g . Of 909o rayon, 1096 Orion® acrylic in colors of pink, b1o«, yellow, green, red and beige. Soft and big (72 x 90 size) with a 6'/i" matching binding Acetate. Reduced Ladies' Shoes Save up to 1 /2 and more Girls' Shoes Reduced Sizes 9 to 3. Boys' JEANS 1,22 ONLY Blue denim, c o l o r e c denims. Sizes 6 to 16. Men's DOE-LON JACKETS Special priced Washable, quilted ings. 36 to 46. lin- Remnants Price \/2 OPENYWt CHASSE ACCfllfl TODAY I

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