Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 27, 1972 · Page 13
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 13

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, April 27, 1972
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14 GREELEY (Coio.) TRIBUNE Thurs., April 27, 19721 As Boyle Sees It By JAMES R. NORMAN Pdess Writ«r /for HAL BOYLE MONTCLATR, N.J (AP) The m'pVe from a city apartment ,'tn a suburban house means .different things to different people. To rne, it's largely a matter of readjusting my approach;to t r a d i t i o n a l chores. Take[spring cleaning, the tra- dilionalhime to pick up the carpet, and. follow the directions of 15 MINUTE SERVICE ti COLLINS MUFFLER SHOPS FR^E INSTALLATION JtOl'lfV. 10th 353-2537 By HAL BOYLE i knowledgable supervisor-usually female--on where the furniture looks best for tire bright season "Put the couch there, why don't you, and maybe we could move the bookcase over against that wall," she says. "Unhnh." "That looks betler, but don't | you think it should be on the] other side of the window?" ·Unrinh." Tlood. Now all we have to do is move (he pictures around. They don't really look right now that we've moved Ihe f u r - niture, do they?" she directs. "Unhnh." "Hoy!" The light bluh hovering in midair over her head suddenly lights up. "Now what?" "[ just had a terriffic idea. Why don't we put the bedroom H i DAN LE PORE I has been appointed I YOUR LOCAL AGENT I for MJFA INSURANCE COMPANIES See him for Auto, Fire, Health, Liability and Life Insurance. 2705 W. 10th Street Greeley, Colo. 353-3168 Pat Nixon Will See Lake DRAMATIC N I G H T W E A R - The richness of the Orient is seen in the nightgown at left, a long shealh that's lavished with lace, starting from the Mandarin neck. II is made of Crepeset nylon. The gown and peignoir at right are styled with high empire waists, to set off the long fall of material. If it has anything to do with in $uranM: furniture in here and move the living room out there." if you think your back's hurl- ng you now. cily-dwclle'r, just try f i l l i n g hourself into this suburban scene: 10 p.m. The nursery at Hie nearby highway shopping center has closed at 0:30 Ilead- lighls probe the living room as what you normally would ex- poet to he a car swerves into the driveway. But it's not a car. It's a military transport of some type, covered with jungle camouflage. No, wail a minute. Under that foliage, it's baby blue, so it can't be a lank. The door slams. "Guess what 1 .'" she an- iving room--that's a chore you don't leave behind when you [cave the city--to backyard, faintly illuminated by house lights and street lamp. "Well," she ponders, "let's put the cherry here." ; 'Hut there's something already growing here f don't know what. H's green. Tulips maybe? Move them over there?!" "Well it has lo go here, because I want the white dogwood over there, between the cherry here and the pink flowering crab over on the other side And the maple goes here and the poplar way in the back, Okay? And put the willow over! call it a weeping willow. "Dn you think maybe yoi could move the cherry ove: here?" I wonder tow the commuting is from Iceland. , lot the ·Swan Lake" performed by announcement at a news conference. The First Lady .will accompany President Nixon on Bolshoi dance company during the President's coming trip to Moscow, forlh- a So- vict cabinet minister said to- MOSCOW (AP) - Pat Nixom Mrs. Yckaleriria Furlseva, vill get her wish to see the bal-j minister of cuUur^_madeJhe his visit next month. There is a 600 foot drop between the Upper Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean. UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) -- Actor-producer Peler Ustinov says he is "hopelessly mixed blood" and his only patriotic allegiance is to the United Nations. "Not a single national anthem sets my foot to tapping, but I should bo on my feel at attention in these hallowed halls," Ustinov, born in London (here, right?" jof Russian parents, said Hours later. The grassy plain Wednesday. transformed into a noclurnal forest. Very satisfying, I must admit. sweetheart?" Ustinov appeared before the executive board of the U.N. Children's Fund, for which he has raised funds for several ,, ....... ...... ____ The willow undulates in Ihelyears. He called children "Ihe END OF MONTH CLEARANCE HILLSIDE STORE Ladies Seamless Nude Heel NYLONS Ladies Waltz Gowns I Ladies I Bras Nc Limit! Only With Coupon liavc flowered crab, three dogwoods, a cherry Irco, a plum tree, a puach tree, and silver maple, a popular Iron, three Hlacs and a weeping I willow." i i § i _ "Oil?" That willow and I are so ft'"breei:c Wonder why they'mosl important cause there is." .going to get to understand eacjhi : !otlier, it occurs to rnc. | ! "TliDy (old me we have to · plant them when it's cool out." | "Yeah?" , "It's supposed to he really j 'hot tomorrow." j "Unhnh." "It's tool now." i .."So it is." An astute observation, and. obviously one nf more than academic interest. "1 bought a slrovcl, Inn." "Okay, where do ynn w a n l i 'em?" I always was a gracious' Infer. Fndc from newly rearranged Doubleknit Pants SALE! ONE RACK, VALUES TO S25 PAIR 2 pair S 35 You'll find pants you like and save $$$! Stripes, patterns, solids, checks in wonderful, comforlable doubleknit fabrics. Subdued and lively colors. We have a size to fit you! SHOP FRIDAY UNTIL 8:30. USE H1BBS CHARGE, BANKAMERICARD, MASTER CHARGE 1'he Comfortable Store, 814-816Ninth Street Hey! It's spring. Get busyThere are things to da.gardening, golfing, cranking, reading, sprinkling, repairing, day packing, frying, edging, sleeping, pruning. 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