Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 17, 1969 · Page 27
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 27

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, October 17, 1969
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U»tJ Con ··nd Truckt 5 1363 AUSTIN Hcalcy Mark 1/ToOO make n offer. 858-3213 «rtc!. t. Automobiles One of theoe Salwmen To »erve you. J»ck Wheeler Harold Croissant : Ed Keberlein Harry Wooldridge ; By Popilw DwBu4 ' OP«B Iralin -til | P.M. Sbbp i» IHjlUht -- All · At Tk. BrichtMt Spot In Town Wheeler The Dealer llti BL at By-Pau imoOO Viet C«n .,, Truck. , a cab over c»mper. 552-7183. 166G VW deluxe 9 punn nr Ira, ·'S, °?iy y '""""i Su '« SPOA Bebullt- "tnniiminTra' "i"d°« 2{Q or offer. W8-70JI. 'OR SALE -- 1967 Ford Bronco. El celfent condition, tow mileaue. f»l " mll! ' Be - Ctl 960 CHEV. 2 door h.rdtop. 409 Kine. Mint Ml immediately. 1214 30th Ave. 965 CMC % ton pickup. Very good condition; 1963 Ford H«nrhero. Gooc mechanical condition. 353.D789 362-6701. 966 DATSUN .tatlon w, BO n, excellent condition. New studded »n. tires. also chains. 353-4297 852-4793. ; 1969 Oldsmobile 98 Luxury Sedan New tires, 12,000 miles, 6 way seat, rear window def ogger, stereo tape, cruise control, local owner McArthur Olds-Cadillac, Inc. 430 8th Ave. 352-8288 UstJ Cart ond Trucks 5 1 1 '« CAMAlfO S3 S9«. Tultt over j nU or »ill tr.J, down. 858-G108: i'OR SALE '_ imj IMven.! JOT Extra «ood. Custom built cab. Lota of txtr.1. c.ll WJ.JMZ .fter 6. '". DYNAMIC II OU. Excellent con, oltion. On« owner. Power attcrins and braVei. rhont 863.1830. GOOD running: -66 Chov 2 door hard. l«l, V-8, .( nice clean '02 OM«, low mileage; '62 Pontlac sport Coupe. V-8. lUmlarJ. 284- Troilcrj and Campcn Trailtri and Campers 53 '» SU-LE tent trailer ciutom 200. Sleepa 6. Kefriierator, sink. 28-653G. , "KONOMY KAMPBRS" Beet Mad* Pickup COWB--Folding Tent Cunperi Sales Rentals ECONOMY BODY SHOP I5Z-6828 Highway 85--Eyane YOUR RED DALE DEALER Trailers and Campers Sales--Service--Part* WESTERN HOME IMPROVEMENT 310 N. Hth Ave. «6M80» HUNTERS ATTENTION reasonable otter refused. 8 oot Travel Craft with heater. 8 oot Williams Cratt half cab- ver. Will sell below dealer's ost. Hurry to Western Mobile lornes. 3033 8th Avo. 352-8849. DKAI.Kll Sot: Yollowitonc. Monito 1-niwkr. Uluon, William, Crilf linmicr and Ciirdinnl. l.' or Ba i a rent. Slop by ond look nround. ami It Service. 422 lull Ave. 1'ho: CAMPERS TRAILERS luge Display Year Around We Finance, Trade, Insure and Service. J-C CAMPERS, INC. 1108 N. College Ave., Fort Collins, Colo. 4S4-S5G1 Used Con and Trucks 51 Used Cars and Trucks 51 1969 Chrysler New Yorker 4 Dr. :on $ave Electric windows and seat, air conditioning, new "tires, stereo tape, cruise control, local owner McArthur Olds-Cadillac Inc. 430 8th Ave. 352-8288 A-l Special 1966 Bronco Pickup ' Radio, heater, free wheeling front hubs, 16,000 actual miles ________________ ,__ ......... Warren-Bunting Motors Ford Agency, Eaton, Colo. 454-2591 CLEAN CARS Prices Right 1968 Cad. Cpe. DC Ville 1968 Cad. Eldorado 1968 Cadillac Fleetwood 1967 Cad. Cpe. De Ville 1966 Cad. Sedan De Ville 1964 Cad. Sedan H.T. 1969 Olds Delta 4 Dr. Sdn. 1969 Olds Delta 88 Hoi. 1969 Olds Delta Cus. 4 Dr. 1967 Olds 98 Town Sedan 1962 Olds 98 Town Sedan THE BEST COSTS LESS 430 Sth Ave. Ph. 352-8288 McArthur Olds-Cadillac Inc. 'The Dealin' Dodge Boys" TRUCKS 1967IHC 345 engine, air brakes 1965 Dodge D-700 Tandem $2795 $4195 Friday, Oct. 17 Page 27 Greeley Woman Scout Delegate Mrs. Charles Fagcrberg, 190 15th St., is one of five elected delegates from the Mountain Prairie Girl Scout Council who will participate in the national council meeting in Seattle, Wash., Sunday thrtugh Thursday. During the meeting, the theme 'or the 1970-72 Tricnnium will )e officially launched and ob- ectives and goals for the en- ire scouting program discussed. Other delegates from the fountain Prairie Council are Mrs. Paul Balerud, Fort Mor:an; Mrs. Stewart Case, Mrs. Merrill Steele and Mrs. William Rudolph, all of Fort Collins. ROTARY IN BRAZIL -- Dr. Joao Vianna, left, explains a Brazilian Rotary publication to the Rev. Tom Ewing during the Rotary luncheon here this week. Dr. Vianna of Bello Horizonle, Brazil, was in Greeley Wednesday to study special education programs at Colorado State College and. the Boasting 'Zodiac Killer' Adds School Kiddies to Target List SAN FRANCISCO (AP) [Tie killer who calls himsel 'Zodiac" and boasts o£ five vie tims now writes that lie want :o add to his death list by hall ing a school bus so he can "pie off the kiddies as they com jouncing out." After his latest letter was sen to the San Francisco Chronicle xilice issued special instruc ions Thursday to school bu drivers to keep buses movin "'at all costs" in event of an ai :ack, to Instruct passengers t ie on the floor, and to attrac attention with their horns am lights. "School children make nice argets," he wrote the newspa ler. "I think I shall wipe out a (oreans Vote )n Referendum or President By K. C. HWANG Associated Press Writer SEOUL (AP) - More than wo-thirds of South Korea's reg- stered voters cast ballots today in a referendum expected to ap- rove a third term for President 4o" ye ars old" with a heavy build school bus some morning. Jus shoot out the front tire and thei pick off the kiddies as they come bouncing out." "I am admittedly apprehen sive about another murder oc curring in the near future," saic Capt. Martin Lee, chief of th city's decetives, calling th Zodiac killer "an extremel dangerous psychopath." Letters to n e w s p a p e r s marked with a cross-hair sym bol of a rifle sight, have boaste of killing a city taxi driver, Pau Stine, 29, here last Saturday an of four earlier weekend slay ings, all in San Francisco (Baj area lovers lanes. A deciphered cryptogram sen ,o three newspapers in this area said: "I like killing people because it is so much fun it is more fun than killing wild game n the forest because man is the most dangerous animal o: a l l . . . " Oilier victims were Darlene 1. Ferrin, 22, killed last July 4 near Vallejo; Betty Lou Jensen, 6, and David Fraday, 17, both Vailejo, Dec. 20; and Cecelia Ann Shepard, 22, Sept. 27, near \apa. The male escorts of Miss 'errin and Miss Shepard were vounded. Police revised a description of lie cab driver's killer. They ow quote witnesses as saying he man is a white male, about 1967 Dodge, 16,000 miles... $3195 Jt; ged . widespread irregulari - - PICKUPS : 1968 Dodge D-100 ' 11,000 miles 1964 Dodge D-100 $1295: . 1967 Dodge D - 1 0 0 . . . . . $1895 i 1963 Chevrolet W/Utility box.$895. i 1965 CMC . . . . . . $1095! ·1965 GMC . . . . . . $895; 1960 Chevrolet, A good one $ 595 j hung Hee Park. After a day of voting in clear lild weather, the polls closed ith no major incidents report- 1 from the 8,471 polling sta- ons. The Home Ministry said that an hour before voting ended, 10,355,162 persons had voted. That was 68.8 per cent of those registered. While Information Minister Shin Bum-sink thanked the people for orderly balloting, opposition spokesman-Song Won-young ties. The 52-year-old president voted at a polling place near his official residence. Accompanied by his wife, Park smiled broadly when a crowd outside applauded him. The president declined to make any prediction, stating: "I don't want to say anything until the voting is over." The referendum is to approve an amendment to the 13B2 constitution allowing a president to serve three consecutive terms instead of two.' Park's second four-year term ends in 1971, and ie is expected to win a third lerm easily if the amendment is approved. Park has not campaigned for the amendment but announced Kodak Windsor Power Supply Hearing Set DENVER (AP) - Colorado' Public Utilities Commission wi liear Tuesday claims of Poudr Valley Rural Electric Associa tion and Public Service Coir pany of Colorado thai they ar entitled to furnish power to th Eastman Kodak plant bein constructed near Windsor, Coli The REA cooperative con tends an order issued severs years ago places the plant with in its territory. Public Service Company cha lenges the position. The case was sent to the uti ities commission by the Si preme Court with directions t determine rights of the respei tive companies. Poudre Valley, in its origina action, said a decision is neces sary to head off a major wa which would result in expendi ures against the public inter est. Poudre Valley estimated it: own cost in such a dispute a 5800,000 for establishing facili ies which might turn out to useless. Thursday the Public Utilities Commission will hear a rate ase filed by Public Service ompany. The company wank o increase rates on natura" ;as and make some slight re- iuctions in electric rates. md short brown hair, possibly vith a red tint. The letler boasting of the taxi river's death contained a piece f bloodstained cloth from the ictim's shirt. Hand writing in len Canyon Dam Is Water Saver, Sparks States PAGE, Ariz. (API--The Glen lanyon Dam will help the Colo- ado River save water, the executive director of the Colora- Le'e do Water Conservation Board said Thursday. Felix Sparks told a meeting of the Colorado Water Congress and the Colorado Water Conservation Board the dam was a lifeline for the Upper Basin states. Sparks said the dam Dismissed from Weld County made it possible to store Colo- 11 the notes is aid. identical, Hospital Dismissals Ave. Ct; Charles Luark, Ev-orado River's water and Mrs. Lloyd WatkinsJ stressed that the water's flow Platteville; Mrs. May Cooke.jvaried greatly from year to. eneral Hospital on Thursday, October 16: Gary Meis, Windsor; Mrs. David Sorenson, Loveland; Helena Andrade, 618 19th Ave.; Sharon Stone, 1910 23rd rado River water from years of greater-than-normal flow and parcel it out during dry years. He traced the history of the agreements dividing up the Col- 1329 16th Ave.; Mrs. David Archibeque, Rt. 1; Mrs. Floyd Brauher, 1105 32nd Ave.; Mrs. Jose Gallegos, 2708 7th Ave.; Mrs. Florence Fisher, 1008 18th Ave.; Ross Ducker, Eaton; Hir- year. possibility of a sister city relationship between Bello Horizonte and Greeley. Dr. Vianna, a retired agronomist, is president of Partners of Alliance, an organization of Rotary and other clubs promoting better relations between Brazil and the United States. (Tribune photo by Paul Edscorn) Brazilians Here To Discuss Education, Sister-Cityship Dr. and Mrs. Joao Vianna o Bello Horizonte, Brazil, visitcc Ireeley Wednesday to discus special education programs a Colorado State College and tli possibility of a sister-city rela tionsliip between Greeley arn Bello Horizonte. The Viannas were hosted b Dr. Daniel McAlees, directo of Rehabilitation and Counselo Training, and Dr. Jack Bowen assistant professor of specia Kopechne Exhumation Hearing Set by LEE LINDER Associated Press Writer WILKES-BARRE, Pa. (AP -- The attorneys for the parents f Mary Jo Kopechne insistet oday "there is no good cause or rgent nece.isity" for an autop- y on her body. Disturbing her grave "would be grossly offen- Atlcrney Joseph F. Flanagan iled an answer to an amended etilion by Dist. Ally. Edmond )inis, New Bedford, Mass., who as asked Common Pleas Judge ernard C. Brominski lo ap- rove exhumation for an autop- y. The hearing on Hie petition is cheduled to begin next Monday 110 a.m. The 28-year-old secretary was illed on the night of July 18 hen a car operated by Sen. education, both of CSC, who had spent two weeks with the Vian- nas in Brazil while studying special education programs in lliat country. Dr. Vianna, retired agrono mist, is president of IhBra zilian Partners of the Alliano program which, after five years has been extended to 15 Latin American nations and 37 state in this country. He is currently spending si: months in this country in 1 i sludy of special education pro [rams here. While at CSC Dr. Vianna dis cussed a reciprocal program o be developed for handicap- ed children and adults with exchange visits for students and 'acuity between CSC and schools n Minas Gerais. Participants in this program vill be guests of private citizens for three-month terms, as art of the academic -cultural ixchange program. While in Greeley Wednesday Dr. Vianna attended the Rotary CU Regents Back Auraria Complex Plan DENVER (AP) - Univeisity of Colorado regents Thursday came out in support of the ilanned Auraria higher educa- ion complex planned for Denser. The board unanimously ap- iroved a resolution offered by Fred M. Betz Sr., and said it stood "ready to cooperate to the fullest extent'-' regarding development of the complex. Voters in Denver will decide Nov. 4 on a $5.3 million bond issue to pay the city's share of the development, a complex designed to hold all of the city's higher educational institutions. Sharing the Auraria facilities would be the University of Colorado Denver Center, Metropolitan State College and the Community College of Denver. In other action, the regents: --Directed CU President Dr. Frederick P. Thiemc to ask the J1970 legislature to increase the per cent interest rate limit on revenue bonds. Under present law, the university cannot pay interest rates in excess o! i per cent for any development and with current money conditions, is not able to secure loans, a spokesman said. --Approved Thieme's interim regulations covering student groups and the use of campus facilities 1 . Thieme issued the regulations Sept. 29 after at-. tempts by the Students for a Democratic S o c i e t y , banned from the Colorado campus, to use facilities. dward M. Kennedy plunged off ishing a sister-city arrangement Friday, the delegates will takeiby Dr. a boat trip from Page to the medical Rainbow Bridge to view Lake]County, narrow bridge and overturned . a pond on Chapaquiddick Is- nd off the Massachusets coast, cr death was ruled by drown- ig, without an autopsy. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joeph A. Kopechne of Berkeley eights, N.J., have vigorously pposed disturbing her grave. Flanagan, in his eight-page iswcr said that if {he judge lould order exhumation it ould be "prejudicial to the ishcs, sensitivities, hcallh and ell-being" of the parents. Flanagan said further that he cause of death has been early ami legally established Powell, backed up behind Glen Canyon Dam. They will be Donald Mills, examiner, (in Mass.)" and am Timothy, Park Place Build- guests Saturday at the unveiling; William Brunz, 1721 7th St.; Walter Schemp, La Salle; Mary French, 1104 6th St.; Mrs. Herschcl Dillard, Galeton; Mrs. Joseph Hay thorn, Eaton; Mrs. T. Earl Nauman, 1527 7lh Ave.; Mrs. Vlenlino Masters, Timae would resign immediately i f l n a t h ; Mrs. Dale Graham and ing of a bust of former Arizona Sen. Carl Hayden in the rotunda of the dam's visitor center. HX Walt Sparrow Dodge it was defeated. His ruling Democratic Republican party prodded approval by more than 70 ?er cent of the voles, but a prcs- dential spokesman said GO per cent would be a "great victory." Only a simple majority is needed for approval. "Where' Great Deals 1108'8th Ave. Are Bom" 352-7246 Road User Tax For September · Filed son, 1009 32nd Ave.; Mrs. Mickey McDonald and 23rd Ave.; Mrs. Ronald DickenJ DENVER (AP) -- Colorado 2423 llth Ave.; Mrs. Delrayjhighway user tax collections to- Malero, Eaton; Mrs. Gordon'laled $8,023,337 during Sepleni- Hcrndloom, 1708 Clh St.; Mrs.|ber, Stale Treasurer Virginia Roberl Schmidt, 3406 W. 4lh Blue reported Thursday. St.; Mrs. Anna Suiter, 1414 Sth St.; Mrs. Lewis Black, Rt. 4; Park's political foes asserledjMrs. Alice Kline, Cheyenne, that they could defeat the Wyo.; Gicnna Tucker, Windsor; amendment in a fair election, but they charged that the gov- emment planned ballot boxes. Clark Carnahan, 2533 9th St.; Mrs. Merle McKay, 606 14th to stuff the St., t-nd Mrs. Anthony Aragon, Kersey. Apportionments included $1,- acling Dukes alleged thai Dinis is "without sufficient information to form a belief as to whether there is doubt and suspicion s u r r o u n d i n g t h e death." uncheon discussing a possible xchange program between the :otary chapter here and one in Jrazil. Later he met with layor Dorothy Martin Zabka, ity Manager Ben Cruce, and on Elwick, manager, and oth- r members of the Greeley hamber of Commerce to dis- uss the possibility of a sisterly relationship between Greeley and Bello llorizonle. The state of Minas Gerais, in which Bello Horizonte is located, is a sister stale of Colorado and the officials of Bello Horizonte are interesled in eslab- with a Colorado cily. Minas Gerais is one of the larger and more populous slates in Brazil. Bello Horizonte, located near the center of the state, is about 200 miles north of Rio de Janeiro. Three Brothers Perish in Fire; 4 Sisters Safe GRANDER, Utah (AP)--Three young boys, trapped in their room died in an early morning fire Thursday while their mother tried to rescue them after leading four daughters to safety. Firemen said Mrs. Dewey Monson was awakened by smoke and quickly woke the four girls, in nearby rooms. Bui the small .frame house exploded into i flames when fresh air surged in Missouri Farmer Wins FFA Honor KANSAS CITY (AP) - A 19- 'ear-old Missouri farmer who as earned $36,000 in four years eceived the national livestock chievement award at the Fu- ure Farmers of America con- enlion Thursday. The winner, Dale Hawkins of Stet, Mo., received a $250 prize. He and his father on a 50-50 basis farm 565 acres with 159 feeder cattle and 61 head of registered polled Herefords. Sassafrass Tree OWENSBORO, Ky.--What is believed to be the world's lar- jest sassafras tree stands along one of the busiest streets here. Thought to be 250 to 300 years old, Ihe tree is 100 feet tall -- .wice the normal sassafras maximum. (--ard of Dn Dinis has sought the autopsy f r n m outside, through doors left in connection with an inquest lie has scheduled, but which is now under attack before the Massachusetts Supreme Court. That tribunal is reported ready to hand down a decision on how Ihe inquest should he conducted. open by the fleeing girls, officers said. Mrs. Monson tried to get back inside to her thrae sons, but was beaten back by the flames. She was hospitalized for burns on arms and face. The old- 441,147 to the Department of I exclude the public and the news Highways, $1,776,459 to be; media, shared by counties and $614,928 to be shared by municipalities. The State Patrol received $582,006 and the state general fund received $535,553. Kennedy's lawyers have.'cst daughter, Debbie, 11, alsn asked for the right to crosscx- amine witnesses at Ihe inquest, contending that without it the Democratic senator's rights would be prejudiced, and also to The moon's diameter is abou! one-fourth that of earth, volume one-fiftieth and its mnss about one-hundredth. suffered serious burns on the arms. Janet, 9, Annie, 7, and Laura I'/z, were not injured. Killed in the fire were Paul, Jonathan 4, and Andrew, 3. Firemen said Mrs. Monson apparently left some clothes over a furnace to dry overnight, and they caught fire. Granger is a suburb west of Salt Lake City. \.\'DERSON We wish to express our appreciation for the many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy anil condolence extended by our friends and neighbors during the recent illness and death of our be- lovod wife and mother. A special thanks to Ke\". Marvin Jjangeland for his visits and | prayers. The f a m i l y of Gertrude Anderson ELLIOTT I wish to thank (lie nurses and nurses aides on 3rd West, Dr. Nicholl. and Dr. Wills, also thanks to all the personnel at Kentou Nursing Home. JIary E. Elliott KOHLER The messages of sympathy wa have received havo helped to sustain ns in the loss of our loved one. Tim Family of AMS/3 Delvin Lee Kohlnr K R A E M E r t Tiio rocpnt bereavement which hns visited our home has brought to us a greater appreciation of our friends. Such k i n d n e s s a n d nrifrhhorly Ihouuhli'ulnesfl can never be fursoUon. The Family of Emll (Toil) Kraemer XOLIX I wish (o (bank nil the Nurses and Nurses Aides on 3rd Xorth and especially all my thanks to the firoim-n and tboir wives who visited mo while I was in tho hospital. Thanks also for tho many cards, flowers and others who visited me. Gary W., Nolln

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