Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 31, 1961 · Page 8
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Tagc S G K K K I . K Y THinilNE Tuts., Oct. 31, 10G1 1 FULL CARAT TOTAL DIAMOND WEIGHT GRAYBEAL REGORY'S FOR INDOORS. AND OUT Nitliiiiiiilly Advertised 'f'opcoats, Jackets, SwealiM's. or \Ve Have A , Spied ion In All Smart Sfvlcs! Je^siid Matching Sweaters Rockefeller, Goldwaler Should Clash in Primaries: Nixon By ROBERT T. GRAY | 2. The stale and congressional SYKACUSK. X. Y. lAPI-Cov.jClcdions in 1UC2 will have an im- |Nclsnn Rockefeller ami Sen. Hai'-j^^anl effect on 1W4 presidential iry GoMwalcr, ill-Ari/., should. vo |j ns aju | a strong Republican' j"clash in primaries" in IMI to,showing nrat year would lie a ! determine which slioul.l he llii j ,(,,, 0 ,| omen toward the party's! Republican presidential nominee..chances of recapturing Ihe While- former Vice President }k'li.ird']j [n ,, i( , |M. Nixon said .Monday tii K lit. j 3 A( ; m j ssi(m ,,, Oll(c , M, )n ,, 0 | ia : ' Nixon refused lo make a choice ,,, ( ] lc ( ^; lc( | Nations was an er- MISTER BREGER Iwtwecn the Iwo men. ui»ilf not do so until he had d e - j cidcil himself who would lie Die.i ,,,. - m \ fmA \ m j UR coinmnnisl ains in the wcirld body, such as', hc admission of llcil China, could 1 Rockefeller, considered life leader of the lihcr;il wint; of the Republican party, and spokesman (or 11,e hcrvativc element. Coldwater, slrongcr candidate. ,] ca ,j to Hie development of "mas- Tlic former vice president. hcre|sive puljlic opinion that Ihe Uii'te lo address a Republican fund- States get mil of the U. N., raising dinner, held a news con-'although this "would lc fcrenec and had ]raisc for both!tragedy." A. Tiic Peace. Corps, cri'ici/cd hy Eisenhower in New Vr . City Jast \vcek, could make some con- parly's co»-|tribu|ions if (he members were, i properly Iraincd but anyone wlm Nixon, unsuccessful Republican thoucht thai the present, youthful presidential candidate in !%0. memlers could deal with "bavd- said in explaining his refusal lo nosed Communist o|cralLves sini- makc a choice dial "I am not ply docs r.ol know what he is here* to divide llio Republican talking about." .party but lo help pull it together." 5 ] Ic j ws nol p \ sn 1() j llv it c Rockefeller amf Nixon flew tojKepublican national leaders, other Syracuse froin New York City than Eisenhower, to help in his alMard Ihe governor's privalcicatmpaign for the Republican nom- llafayette Man ;Convicted o f . Manslaughter ler last July 1. | Donald E. Hamslellcr, », fled 'four days after tlie shooting on jhis ranch three miles south of ! VvasiT. Jaramillo fled after Ihe (shootiim. bul wa: captured several HOT SULPHUR SPRINGS (AP) liours inter. -Juan J. Jiirumilb. 51. of I J: Uist. .Fii.lsc.Addison Coding de- 'Fayclle. a shecpherder, was con-,laycd sentencing. Jaramillo could vic'tcd Monday of manslaughter in'be sent lo the slate prison the fatal shooting of his employ-'fruiji unc lo ci^ years. lor "Well, well," Brcger--so you've approved another loan to yourself , . ." Denverite Dies 1 Tobacco Taxes Hi s h !n Hunting Camp Canes Crutches Folding Wheel Chairs $110 and up Folding Walkers $100-- S118 Rental: $10 per month · lied Tables · Commodes 811 nrescription rHARMACY N I N T H S T · G R E E L E Y . COLO. plane. i DENVER (AP) -- Roherl I Ichaney, 58, of Denver (tied of a [lieaii attack Sunday suffered in a ] ination for governor of California I hunting camp on the Kryingpan WASHINGTON' -- Slate revenues Iron, lobacco taxes last year ireacheif $l'.l4,0ao,00ti compared ill, S'iW.000.000 in I'.Kt. Nixon bad no prepared text for ; ne\t year. KefuF.il to use outside. Rjvl:| ._ ^lis speech but said his talk would;I" 1 )) 1 is " California tradition. lu-| He was the sixth hunter In include n call on President Ken-;said O f | ler ,,-i sni/ures suite Ibe edy lo make national security Nixon stressed the preMdenlial.gmne season opened Oct. lie paramount consideration in primaries as tiie chief testin«|Thrce ollu'rs have been shot tc: die hiu 21. oreign policy and Ui drop wluit gromxl for would-be ]HX'Mi!ciitiaL! death and one died when Nixon termed "an olisession. nominees. Me sakl lie luid no * in- j fall on his ienl. bout what the neutral nations! lent ion of enter inn any such'. are going to think." ] primaries, in line with his Nixon also tolif the news con-'nnnniuicctnent last month Hint he \vr.uld not seek the GOP presidential Tiomitinlion in lUrH. j Rockefeller invited Nixon lo the; a tree crence: 1. Former President Eisenhower vould continue to dominate Re- ublican affairs with tnlks on is- i( |j nncr a t Iho request of the Onon-i urs. hut, nlhcrwisc. tS'.ei'e wns aj ( |, 1ga Cinmly Republican Commit* ·otlcctivc Icadcr.'hit) nT \wlitic-al tec ' j nrt conjirossional leaders. u n p pcarc[i tll;it OIIC purjwse of the joint appear nncc wns to r]iiiet j'Limurs of Weld County Real Estate Transfers Revenue Etamps on real estate transfers are at tht rate of $1.10 per thousnnd coolness bcl'.vecn the. Iwn as the re.;ult of their riva jfor the 1960 presidenlial nomii !t;on. Lay-Away Your Gifts NOW DID YOU KNOW? . . . TliaL a tape recorder is rt iiiirarle! li is a memory . . . a melody . . . » ilnyiii:ilR . . . H lonelier... a secrotary! SPB n riptimii- stratioii Hi Wilson Wilson C a m e r a Hi-Fi Studios, !."ii:i Sth Aviv - 3 Only! LADIES' COATS Mink Collar Regular l j rice It !.!·", 9Q QO Now Only O3iOO (ilFU.S 1 CAR COATS Men's .1 5 Ruckle OVEKSHOKS 4.88-5.88- GIRLS' ANKLETS 29c l3Cpr.O/Vl Children's OVERSHOES Save 33 1 / 3 % [ J5cn's Zipper I OVERSHOES. 3.88 i 'Men's Insulated j HOOTS.._ 10.88 ' Men's 1'nk 4.88 Old Store 7.95 Town and King Bulky Stripe Cardigans 17.95 Piirk at Lot TS'n. 1 and Walk Into GREGORY'S Style Store For J!cn 813 Sth St. Oclobci 27 I .T. F. llellcilc and Ada F. Hel- tpvlc tn I.nuis T. Hci nrmtle/. anrl , l.upe .1. llcvnnndex, Lai \ Block fl, Gardensule, C'lleeley, Rev. 512.10. V. .A. Brenkcy lo Thclma 1... Jones and George F.. .loncs, Lois 1. 2. 3, 4. 5, 0. 7, 8. 9. 10. 11, 12, 1,1,' 14, 15, 15. 17, 18, Id. 20. 21. 2:, 23, 14, 25. 20, 27. and 28, Ulock 35. in 1lie Toun of Frederick, Key. $15:95. - ! Roherl D. Wnlker to Harold King .nnd Doiina King. Lot 2, Hain- bow Ac-res, liev. ?12.20 . ' Hnnmna I.opw. lo !\il!a Rena- vidcs. Ix)l 8, Block M., in the Town of Gilcrest, Hev. S7.1S. : Barbara C. Slorcy lo Eldreri M. oiinson ami Mai'jorie M. .Toiinson,. .ot 2.1, Block 9, Houston Heights, Rev. $I5.-10. '' Walter F. Schmidt and Twyla C. Schmidt lo Edward S. Knipprath ind Ida M. Knipprath. part ol I.ols 11 and 12. Seaman Cranford's Subdivision of tlic east half ol Block Id, r.rcelcy, Kev. ?8.75. Everelt W. Bun! and Melvin R. Durd lo Duane E. Uoffield, SF.'il of Section .12-4-58, Hev. S23.10. Doris E. Smith to Jack Wheeler ant? Donna Jean Wheeler. N K J of SliVi ami NE'.i of Section 1-1-r,;' also 'h. interest in and to a well located in SW'.i of NW!j of Section 6-1-08, Rev. 536. Fabulous savings on finest carpeting from the nation's leading mills! All Styles! I USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS 'M ULTI- PORT VALUE PRICED! LOOK IT S A carport, boat- port,- patio cover, utility shed, play shed...you name it! m | ··* « · HO Multi-port has been newly designed to make il more handsome, Kl k Inff ' TM re versatile than ever! During bad weather months you have a car- Ill r mm p^rt. During the sun season you have a palio cover, play shed, boat I « bft W W port... dozens of other uses. Us full 10' x 20' roof is special aluminum alloy in a gleaming white enamel finish that keeps its beauty for years. Safely-engineered to take a 4,000 pound roof weight (a 40" sncw load). It's a big value for any household I Qreeley Tent Awning Co. 918 8th Ave, Telephone EL 2-0253 Bolt-Ends and Remnants at Tremendous Reductions! 8' x 12' ALL WOOL AXMINSTER Regulorly sold for 159.95 -- Now just 120 YDS. ALL WOOL AXMINSTER Reg. i 2.95 per square yard -- Now 59 95 150 YDS. DEEP COTTON LUXURY CARPET Regularly 6.95 per square yard --· Now 100% NYLON WITH BUILT-IN PAD A beautiful piece of carpeting Sq. yd ALL WOOL TUFTED CARPETING Multi-level t e x t u r e -- Reg. 8.95 sq. yd COTTON TWIST A full roll -- Reg. 7.95 per sq. yd 100% HEAT SET NYLON In cut pile -- Reg. 1 3.95 per sq. yd. Now 1 T 4" x 12' NYLON TWEED RUG Hurry for this one! Only : ; 11' 6 " x 12' 100% DUPONT NYLON RUG -- Reg. 260.00. Now only 11' x 12' HONEY BEIGE NYLON RUG Reg. 168.00. Now only , 12' x 14' 6" 100% NYLON RUG Regulorly 225.00 --· Now just 3 95 .... 4 95 :... 6 95 .... 3 95 .... 6 95 49 95 149 95 99 95 125°° 3 ROOMS CARPETED WALL-TO-WALL WITH WAFFLE PADEHNG! 299 95 based on 30 sq. yds. Fashionable; versatile tweed or plain . .. loomed of durable, resilient wool o.r nylon. In your choice of many colors. Price includes measuring, cutting, padding and installation by our carpet mechanics. Terms To Suit You Open Evenings T!i 8:30 Greeley Furniture Co. Phone iL 2-5441 2600 Eighfh Avc.

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