Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 18, 1970 · Page 31
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Mon., May 18, 1970 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 31 NEW LINE-E. Elaine Repp, sitting left, owner of Repp's Inc., a 47-year old major appliance and home entertainment products company in the Crccley area, signs a contract to add (lie Westinghouse appliance line to his products. Looking on are from left Tom Bergseid, Repp's general manager; Paul Fisher, territory sales manager for McCollum-Law, distributor, and Donald Briscoe, sales manager for McCollum-Law. Repp's Inc., in its second generation of family-ownership, will hold a week-long celebration for its new line with special introductory products and prices. Besides free coffee, free, carnations and free balloons, an all-expense paid trip for two to the Seattle-Victoria- Vancouver area or to New Orleans will be eiven to the winner of a drawing. (Tribune photo). Weld County Group Forming To Provide Aid to Adolescents A group of Weld County citizens met to form a community to help adolescents needing temporary change in their environment. Thc opportunity to develop socially, educationally, and personally through the efforts of trained houseparents ami professional U n i v e r s i t y of Northern Colorado; William Shade, attorney; the Rev. Paul Stewart, T r i n i t y Episcopal Church staff members. Tlie goal of Kathleen Littler, Mental Health Larico Village is to help these · meeting was held at the;boys and girls build a 'N Pike on Saturday, withldation for a better life. Mrs Paul Stewart and "James '- ·""' """"' l h » foun- Shcllon presiding. A brief explanation was given;to In most cases, the young people are given the opportunity as In the purpose and function'.placed there by parents or by of the organization with par- 1 agencies holding legal guardian- tlcular attention being given, lo.ship. The home « oquipped w Mat Weigand, United Way Don Sutherland, real estate: Charles Kurtz, CPA; Don Bennett, School District Six; Will Williams. First Nationa! isit the home before being Bank; Mrs. Robert Sanborn, coordinator of the Thrift Shop and Grant Milne Jr., county WINS CONTEST - Mrs. Samuel A. Selders, 162G 27th St. won Ihe "Good Ole Days Contest" sponsored by the Greeley Electrical Appliance Dealers' Association. Thc contest was a search for the oldest working electric automatic washing machine in Greeley and surrounding area. Mrs. Selders purchased her 1947 Coronado Automatic Washer from the Oam- les store in Lamar. Her prize was S250 credit toward the purchased of a new automatic washer of her choice. Mrs. Selders says, "When the contest was presented by the Greeley Electrical Appliance Dealers, for the oldest operating automatic washer, I had every confidence that my machine was the oldest. It almost had to be, since it was one of the first models manufactured. It has been a fine machine, and still washes clothes very thoroughly." The following dealers participated in the contest: Consumers Oil Co., Failing TV and Appliance, Gambles, Greeley Furniture Co.. Greeley Maytag and GE Appliance Co., Herdman Electric Co., Home Light and Power Co., Montgomery Ward, Repp's Inc., Scars, Roebuck and Co., and Weld County Garage--Appliances. America Inching Toward Revolution, Romney Says By KEN HARTNETT Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) -- The CANDLE MAKING--Students in the third level class of Mrs. Jean Wilson and Mrs. Ann Jessun at Brentwood Elementary School have been making candles as part of their participation in Grecley Centennial year activities. Lillie Linfor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Linfor, Rt. 3, Greeley, and Bobby Pfankuch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pfankuch, 2484 51st Ave. add a layer of blue wax on the clear wax base. Students in most District Six classes have done similar projects in celebration of Centennial year. (Tribune photo by Ron Stewart). turely and on an inadequate basis." Romney maintained conditions in the nation's major cities United States is inching closer| are worsening. "I think our toward revolution, says Secre-j llousing Si t ua [j 0 n, the blight, the , home in which thcv rcccivelprogram. The members are: cmolna, security anil stability' Dr. Donald Cook, p y s i c i a n : of environment, as well as an Dr. Richard Bear, psychology, Ken Boys Club; Sheltbn, attorney; Chuck Smith, school district and Neal Carpenter, architect. Reports given by tary George Romney of (lie Department of Housing and Urban Development. Romney, in a speech in San Diego last December, said the nation faced possible revolution if it failed to reform its basic policies. Asked in an interview with The Associated Press whether that possibility has drawn closer since December, he replied: "Yes, I think the percentage of young people and others who are beginning to wonder whether the needed reforms can be brought about within our present society has increased a bit. And the number \vhp are genuinely concerned and kind of sitting on the fence has increased a great deal. "I think it's going to take action more than rhetoric to deal with it." GRASS LAND TRACT AT AUCTION FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1970-5:30 p.m. 1 mi. E. of Evans. Colo. Mr. Mrs. Nelson Jay -- Owners Appro*. 59 acres in two^ parcels - No.J^ On« ^cre with n^ three b °^. ne |^, Pc|ed an( j seeded to grass) together with 1 share of th^Lower Latham JDitc^h Co.^^ ^ ^^ Excfl[ent terms W Co P n ; 't r a C c e t S nrction C ce C 'rs for complete details. DANIELSON EQUIPMENT CO. Ain/r, COLORADO SAT., MAY 23, 1970-12:30 p.m. various members of the board of directors 'and advisory committee as to the feasibility of the establishment of a home in the Weld County area. Representatives of the various civic organizations voiced their interest "in the support of such an organization. Shelton recommended the use of local youth groups to function slums, represent a more serious problem now than they have at any previous point. I think we failed to turn the tide there But the secretary added: "I know as far as we're concerned in tliis department we are doing far more to deal effectively with these problems than they were previously More money, more effort, belter programs. We're facing them more squarely. We have a good deal more to do." Woman's Road Death Hikes Toll to 200 I.AMAR. Colo. (AP) .Westminster, Colo., woman was Asked if he were concernedlkilled and two men, one from specifically with this summer in the cities, the former Michigan governor answered: "You bel- cha. I'm concerned aboul the situation not only in the summer but in the winter, spring and fall. As a matter of fact, I think the situation is becoming more explosive rather than less explosive. That's my opinion." Romney said, however: as advisers lo the board. |don't mean necessarily that it. is!' The first meeting of the newly organized board of directors will be held Tuesday lo formulate future plans. more likely lo be widespread TRACTORS · preader. MACHINERY: Chattin 3 pt. dltcht: m ach,n. Ford Tandem disc; - - . .' . i^nn 1 fi.row cult.; int. 4-row S~JS£H'-£=w= P ·- harrow hitch. SPECIAL TOOLS: ttand; Converter fixture; pressure gun Diesel tune-up kit; Diesel nozzel test and solvent. SHOP EQUIPMENT: Elect, ,. ««,-.«, un,t: Uvalde, Tex., were critically jured in a one-car accident u Prowers County Sunday, the Colorado State Patrol reported. The victim was identified as Margaret Creswell, 57, of (9280 Hastings St.) Westminster. Allen Ramsey, 85, of lU'alde, Tex., and Kirk Creswell, whose nco and address were unavail- e, were gravely injured, the patrol said. Virginia Girl Is Miss USA MISS USA A BRUNETTE--Debbie Shelton of Norfolk, Va., won the Miss USA Beauty Pageant at Miami Beach. She is 20 years old, does some modeling and is a student at Old Dominion University. (AP Wirephoto) I MIAMI BEACH. Fla. (API - JFor the second year in a row, | Virginia has produced the win- 'ner of the Miss USA contest-this time green-eyed Debbie ISholtnn nf .Norfolk. A 5-foot-S. 125-pound brunette, the shapely Miss Shelton was the most buxom of Hie 51 entries in the pageant with her measurements of :i9-24-3(i. She captured the crown Salur- day night. Miss Shellon. 21. succeeded Wendy Dascomb. 20. of Danville. Va.' The new lillehnlder is the daughter of a Norfolk dentist. First runner up in the judging I was Mi«s Rninh Carolina. Vicki Lynn Chesser of Mount Pleasant, second Miss Nevada. Sherl Lee Schruhl of Las Vegas, third Miss Tennessee. Donna Marie Ford of Trenlon. and fourth Miss Georgia, Cheri Stephens of i.Mlanta. Miss Shelton received a mink 'coal, $5.000 prize money and a j$5,000 personal appearance con| tract. Lengthy Agenda Is Facing Greeley Council Tuesday public hearing on a pro- 1 proposed new city seal and NOTICE · I will not be responsible for 'any dehls other than my own. I Joann Manweiler McNeece -Adv. they foul their own nest, they suffer more than some of! the" others. So they've changedj their attitude." i Now, lie said, actions arej more selective. "And also there's recognition lhal there is no point in taking risks prema- New York City Detectives Nab Bombing Suspect NEW YORK (AP) -- Five weeks of surveillance by delec- iives have ended with the capture of a militant Puerto Rican nationalist who was being held :iere today on charges of planting bombs in 35 buildings around the cily during the last seven months. A pair of detectives from the Safe, Loft and Burglary Squad who had been following the bombing suspect nabbed Carlos Feliciano, 41, of East Harlem. Saturday as Feliciano allegedly was setting oul two powerful ex-j plosive devices hidden in 2M,.' foot-long loaves of French bread at a Bronx military recruiting center. Among the 35 bombings attributed by police to Feliciano ,was one ihat went off in the imain reading room in The New 'York Public Library last lie-it ion of casualties m repor'.ing ccmher. The blast caused slight I the raid, which he o oting, because those who mi- th ,,,,, ( r a f f i c fa . ^^rsIe^^^Htyniis weekend and raised Israeli Jets Hammer North Jordan Valley By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSi lcars of fl '" sl item on the agenda for Cily : Reports by council cormnit- Council's meeting Tuesday lees, oral and written petitions evening. to council. . The public hearing is about ------ - the eighth item on the fairly r n J T n S t r i i c P long agenda. The agenda items, V - M U l u J U M V C in the order they are listed, are A q Q J n s t N a t i o n a l as follows: . ^ , Pu blic hearing concerning! A j r | j n e s N e a r 1 p 1 f; n and zoning change NEW YORK ( A P I - Mrs.! requcstcd by Don N a u m a n f o r j W A S H I Nf,TON ( A P ) - An Rose Kennedy, herself the prop3scd mob ile home park on. , ,,, sclt , a 105 . diiv People In the News west side of H ||, Avenue south; s f r i k e of groL , ld of ,, streeli pelilion O f Mountain · ; , Na( , Air , wag - mother of a retarded child, has dedicated the §10 million Rose Fitzgerad Kennedy Center for! S(alcs Bdl Telephone for.,.- hcd todav , thc Labor Dc . Research in Mental Retardatiom revocable p o r m jt (,, extend; Darlmcnl reported and Human Development in the| bcanl nvcr n |i cy . ;' Bronx - i Petilion of P r °P cr| y nwncrs ""'' At the ceremony Sunday. Mrs. | Blue bell Avenue for extension: Kennedy said. "I remember the of water main and contract wit a a rcc ment were " immedis eh- ' Israeli jets struck at targets in (he northern Jorrirn Valley today and Jordanian ground fire brought down one plane, an stration" caused by the realization that her daughter Rosemary was not normal. city: approval of plat · · . · -... . -., j , j isornel have been on strike since MountTM View Acres 2nd Ad- Ja|) 3] demandil)? , lighcr pay ami fringe benefits equal to those granted earlier to the air- TM saitl SliO 000 bail a f l - i Z m a l area in the valley whileilhc deal, hut did not .say how nmcnt' Sunday in i four others raided the Umm:mueh money changed hands. . our ;. ' pays area south of the occupied' Goi.-n Heights. 'U W i l k i n s o n ' Later, planes pounded Ihci 1 1 - T V I I K . m S . U I I dition adjoining ,10th Avenue |Court and West 7th Street. RKXO. Nov. ( A P ) - Howard] Approval of_ final plat o/ijine's machinists. Agreement between the airline and representatives of the Air Line Kinployes Association cnnie at 7:IW a.m. in the f i f t h :lay of almost continuous nego- '.iaiions. Operations of the airline had 'jecn shut down since the strike :i.irted. as members of other ' Hughes, the recluse millionaire.I Cascade West Subdivision south "lhas bouRhi Harolds Club, one of i n f \v c st 20th Street in vicinity The siwkesman made no men-! 1111 -' " Klsl fa " lous of lhis c i t y ' s :«f 2fi ",' A TM»" ;: , 'Pproval f gambling palaces. I f i n a l plai of Soulhmoor Village was founded by K h M Filinu adjoining west side Sr. Spokesmen for of i7th Avenue in vicinity of the;Sniith and Hughes continued!.John Kv.ms J u n i o r H i g h . NOTE- The Daniclson Bros, are quitting business and evi tlvna sells. TERMS: CASH AUCTION DATE AUSTIN AND AUSTIN AUCTIONEERS - REALTORS K. K. "Kid" A u s t i n 12().'l HI'' Street. (Jroelcy, Colorado | Wi nS 200 LOPS Approval of finnl plat of Holmes lilh Filing in vicinity of 1st Sired and 17lh Avenue: public hoariim and general riis- cussion of proposed sanitation code and refuse collection ]service. Introduction of ordinance -i lions observed lickel linos. the strikers' Daily Hartio I'roffrnm. K I ' K A 7:30 a.m. Stork Express area of the canal in Ihe Born to Mr. and Mrs. .)erry| val | cv Thcro Miller, Platleville, a son, onl w n c t n c r Saturday, May 16, at W ' ' County General Hospital. |f 0 ]|, Horn to Mr. and Mrs. William j T1 " Rrai.ik, Rt. 4, a datighter, on; Sunday. May 17, at Weld County!»"· '^^^'TM\ ArW W i l k i n s o n was fastest seaman" Reservoir. |General Hospital. ;. n , llm -rs fought' artillery riiicis''-V'a»'f'er with 11 laps 19 sec-: K epor. n,i Hind ! Born lo Mr and Mrs Lyle across two frontiers as Israeli: 110118 ' i during Karlh Hay activities for. Whitman Eaton, a daughter/on p'anes crossed thc Sue.'. Canal in NVM s, hodr.lr.l va.-o at IW:- onvir,Mv.iu-n!al_ control: report !Monday. May 18. al Weld more s'.rikes against Kgypfs 87 Cents Store is for "H ' kit;on status m \Vesllake hub-] :County General Hospilal. Antiaircraft delcnscs. .racers at 7 p.m. Tuesday. raising division; discussion regarding CALL TUB "HOUSE DOCTOR" 1-Stop Service -- Lnbor -- Ki -- Room Adiii Kopnirs -- Uo « FREE ESTIMATES Evcritt Lumber Co. 240S 10th Street Phone 352-5171 A handsome billfold, expertly crafted in fine leather. Unique credential case 1 holds ond instantly displays 16 cards and photos. Makes a perfect graduation gift. PS Ave. I

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