Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 23, 1969 · Page 31
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Uwf Cert «nf Truckt 1964 UONNEVILLK. convertible. 284-6870. OOOD- 1903 'ford. I3CB. Low mllck 588-2014. FOR SALK -- ii}65 Dodge Durt c -. vfrllblf.- $850, Cull utter 5. 352-84 FOR SALK -- 1953 ft (on 01 ''pickup. Call 834-2437 utter 5 p ·87 CAMAKO SS 396. Take over pi merits or will trade down. 3ri:(-Glnt MODEL A bodies and partu for · ..352-237). 1910 JEEP tor l.1c. Call 362-4292.' MUST mil '61 Corvette. 4 speed, n interior, reH46nablc. 352-6935. NICE 1964 Chev S.S.. bucket ica ·air. 8895. 588-2014. "' GOOD clean 1061 Chev. 6 cylinder r · built engine. S265. 588-2014. CLEAN '65 Corvnlr 2 door. I ditlonod motor. 205 18th Ave. 1962 GHEV. Make otter. Call 3S · 0 3 3 0 8 to 6 weekdays. ·55 FORD F-SOO. 382 rebuilt engln 42 ft. flat bed trailer. 863-6438. GOOD '69 Kord J85; 1948 Dodge Die 'up $66. 688-2014. . MUST soll-1962. Dodge Lancer 2 do« hardtop. Automatic. $800. 1529 11 Avc. after 6. ·68 KOUU..LTD Country Squire wagoi Full power.. Excellent conuitio 352-3271. 1957 FORD with 1967 Merc. 410 cu. i] S-oMO Ohr "" c whwl ». '""v pain ~FOtt. SALE -- clenn 1064 Ford pickui 'V-8. 3 speed, LWB. M«r be behind 1208 Bth St. tl,060. FOR SALE by owner -- 1064 Thun - derbird. Excellent condition 0 owner car.. Phone 687-4544. FOR SALE -- I960 Chevrolet 2 doo . hardtop. V-8 engine. Standnrd Iran, mission. Make offer. Phone 352-5558 ·62 FAIRLANE BOO. V-S, automat^ Priced below book. Must tell. 353 - 4734. 1966 PONTIAC Bonnevillc S u p e Sport. Fully equipped, air condl -.tioned. Call 353-7114. FOR SALE -- 1937 Ford pickup. 26 Chevy V-8. $400 firm. 2401 25th St . after 6:30. N f* "TM «vorc.b 12 ft. c.mp.» _J785. Nuaser Soles. 1034 E. 18th. BALER for: Yellontimi. Monltoi Prowl,,. Btan. WUll.mi Craf Banner jind Cirdin*!. For ule o rent. Stop br »r,d look .round. D 352.8*8 rriC ' "* " ih Avt " Ph °" WE STIU. tpcclnli^e 'transmission repairs. bier. 12C Slh Avc. in automat! Bender Ram 29G6 VW deluxe 9 passenger bus. Can ·be seen at 1717 5th St., Space Price $1.695. 1965 CHEVY Impala Super Sport 327 engine, automatic transmission 11,880. Call 3B3J889 or 362-S711. 1960 CHEV. 2 feor hardtop, 409 en Cine. Must sell immediately. 121 ·'30th · Avc. . LOW priced cars and pickups. Larrr Uorsey Tran.car Auto Sales. Htah -way 85. Evans. 353-6606. ·66 DYNAMIC 88 Olds. Excellent condition. One owner. Power tteerlne and brakes. Thon* 3G3-1830. ·61 GALAXIE 4 door sedan. Good tires, ·set of studded snow tires. Kxcellenl rtinnins condition. Best offer. 2506 17th Are. 352-6289. 1947 JEE1-T convertible top, rebuilt onsmc.- iKxcellent · condition. 1561 .Call Harold Noteboom. Garden Kitchen Kcatjluriint. 1 353-5544. 1961 CHEVROLET 2 Dr. H.T., SHARP. 1960 OLDS Good Condition. 1963 CADILLAC Fully equip., Factory nlr. Phone 353-7114 Cm ..d Twcl.i Krost «re.n. Th 861M1701 · PLYMOUTH l i t for ide Th 1 'our door sedan with «lr co Bteerinr. »utom«i Old«, Snort 6609. rvun "'"* '60 Cher 2 door hard - '**'"*·· °i« «1« .; O Coupe. V-8, '.Und.rd. 28 'K4 TRIUMPH. 19S4, 4 meed, ore £""· 1«w Jtlra, new eonv.rtib "v -- $1,250.00. Set «t Irriratio US ^ W ', r , E " ui "«"»t. In" Sou? J.s. 85. j'hone 352-0488. Troil.rt ant Ccmptn 5 '?L7 W ,, C "°"" !r - P W-»P top, Mdio 6,000 miles. 13,000. 862-B420. "KONOMT KAMPBRS" Beat Made Pickup CoT«r»--Folding T«nJ Camptri Salti Rtntali ECONOMY BODY SHOP 12-6628 Highway IS--ET»«I YOUR RED DALE DEALER Traileri and Canptrt Sales--S«rTlc»--P«rt» WESTERN HOIfB 1MPROVEMBNT 0 N. llth AT*. IIMIM CAMPERS TRAILERS uge Display Year Around e Finance, Trade, Insure id Service. J-C CAMPERS, INC. 1108 N. College Ave., Fort Collins, Colo. 484-8561 Uxd C«n nd Trucks 14 PER CENT INCREASE AT GNB Mrs. Florence Hart, right, payroll committeeman for the Weld County United Way, accepts a check for Greeley National Bank corporation and employes' contributions from Ralph Anders, vice president. Mrs. Debris Kruger, is representing the Greeley National Travel Agency. The bank and travel agency also received a 100 per cent participation placard, and showed a 14 per cent increase .over last year. (Tribune photo by Jim Briggs) German Society Membership To Be Closed The charter membership rol f the American Historical So iety of Germans from Russia ill be closed Dec. 31. The an- ouncement was made recently y David J. Miller, president. Interested persons are askec i mail in their membership leeks to the Society's office .0. Box 749, Greeley. Individ- al membership.is $5 per year nd family membership is $10 er year. The society is a non-profit or- anization whose Board of Di- ectors is selected from differ- nt states in the United States nd Canada and represents ascendants of Germans from ussia and areas including the olga River, the Ukraine and e Caucuses. Membership is open to Gerans from Russia, their rela- ves and their friends. The oup hopes for an increased ernbership to aid in the gaining of material, organization local chapters and achieve- ent of goals. - · - . ' · SUPER SPORT 1968 Chevrolet Impala " ' .. Convertible--Console, Bucket Seats, Automatic, · New Tires 3 430 8th Ave. 352-8288 McArthur Olds-Cadillac, Inc. OUR MOTTO QUALITY PKICE PLUS SERVICE 1964 Dldsmobile 2 Dr. Hardtop 4-4-2, radio, heater, 4 speed 1964 Ford 4 Dr. .Country Sedan Radio, heater, V-8, cruiseo- raatic, power steering 1964' Con/air Spyder Convertible (j OQC vp 0 Jj Radio, heater, 4 speed 1963 Ford Galaxie 500-4 Door Radio, hen tor, V-8, cruiseomatie, power steering, windows seat 11962 Ford Galaxie 500-2 Door V-8, cruiseomatie, radio, heater 1966 Ford Country Squire Radio, heater, V-8, cruiseo- matie, power steering $.795 $1995 Garnsey Wheeler Open Evenings 711 llth St. 'Til 8:00 Ph. 352-9174 LONDON (AP) - Foreign diplomatic missions in Britain's shrugged off 130 tickets and the capital ignored 26,145 parking tickets in the hst 10 months, about 85 a day. the Home " Office said the Hungarians were the worst offenders, with 2,601 unpaid tick- els, followed by Saudi Arabia $4.80. 1,729,: Poland-1,174, Egypt 999 and Ghana 913. Soviet Embassy personnel Americans ignored 57. The figures include both diplo- Eines'ano' embassy workers who must pay them. Parking fines in USE TRIBUNE WANT ADS wo Accidents Reported by State Patrol Mrs. Nettie Lee Riley, 46, 2601 E. 18th St., received minor bruises when her car and another auto collided at the intersection of East 20th Street and Cherry Avenue about 5:45 p.m. Wednesday, the Highway Patrol reported. The driver of the other car was Carol Ann Hillman, 1757 Fern Ave., who had her year- old daughter in the vehicle with her but neither was injured. Patrolman John Wands said Mrs. Hillman was driving a 1962 auto north on Cherry Avenue while Mrs. Riley was driving a 1966 car east on 20th Street. The Hillman vehicle was damaged ?800, the Rifcy Youths Slate Participation Service A special youth participation service will take place Saturday morning at 11 in the sanctuary of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, 21st Avenue and 10th Street, when members of the Pathfinder Club and their counselors present a service to enlist other Advenlist youth between the ages of 10-15 to join their ranks. Approximately 40 uniformed Pathfinders will march into the church to the beat of "Onward Christian Soldiers" and later will demonstrate various functions of the Pathfinder Club. The march will be led by a color guard, and following the 3ledge of allegiance to the flag, Vorman Edwards, principal of ;he Junior Academy will present the club members. Those taking part in the pro;ram will be Conrad Eckley, Taryn Shaw, Kris Ordelheide, Debra and Caroiy Walters, Bobiy Mead, Dawn Steele, Wend; Wolford, Doug Pike, Steve Nash land and the Pathfinder Direc lor Bill Pike, who will concludi Ihe service with a sermonette Special music will be provid ed by the Pathfinder Choir di reeled by Erwin Hoffman. Th offertory will be a trumpe quartet. Under the guidance of thei directors, club members wi also replace their adult counter parts in. the various position of the regular Sabbath churcl lervice. Pathfinder Club program i Another Soldier From Colorado Dies in Vietnam WASHINGTON (AP) - The Defense Department announced Wednesday the death of another Colorado serviceman in the Vietnam War. Killed in action was Army Spec. 4 Peter V. Mestas, son of Mrs. Dorothy R. Mestas of Trinidad. Area Officers Will Complete Police Academy Police Officer William Mitchell of the Greeley Police Department and Officer Charles Leo Wayford of the Johnstown Police Department will graduate Friday from the Colorado Law Enforcement Training Academy in Golden. They are members of a class of 25 officers from law enforcement agencies throughout the state who have completed a three-week intensive course on all phases of law enforcement. Courses of study included: history of law enforcement, U. S. Constitution and civil rights,' public' relations, police role in labor-management relations, nature of rumors and prejudice, officer violator relationships, semantics, police and the minority groups, Colorado Criminal Law, traffic laws, basic techniques of investigation. Accident investigation, first aid, due process in criminal interrogation, arrest techniques and handling of prisoners, defense tactics and use of chem- PALERMO - A disgruntled suitor shot and killed his girl at church as she was about to wed another recently. Thurs., Ocf. 23. 19fi9 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 31 ica'l mace, firearms training, fingcrpri-i-'s, au(o (heft, juvcn- le procedures, drivers improve- nent, narcotics and dangerous drugs, crime causation, civil labilities and public speaking. In the same year, Fort Yukon, Alaska, registered 71 degrees below zero and 100 degrees above. USE TRIBUNE WANT ADS GARAGE AND OCT. 25 'tmonam 10 A.M. SHARP Located 135 West Cth St., Loveknd, OWNER: PHIL SMITH Colo. GRAEP15 In memory of Jack GraeCe who passed away 5 years ago Oct. 23. Five long years have drifted by Since you were called so suddenly to your homo on high We gaze at your picture And silently cry And still ask the question Why, oh why? Sadly missed by his family m QfaH»*dQ{utfo ·· imcimn AUCTIONS an estimated machine $600. A 1963 auto driven by Arthur Jlifton Whitney of the Bonell Retirement Community w a s damaged about $175 in a one- vehicle accident at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday one mile east and a lalf mile north of Greeley. Whitney reached over to adjust the car's heater and the ve- licle ran off the side of the county road he was traveling on and into a ditch, Patrolman larold Payne said. A patrol report Wednesday in regard to an accident west of ;Ucerne Tuesday was in error n saying a car driven by Randy William Adams, 1120 12th Ave., collided with one driven by Kenneth Laverne Carlson, Rt. 2, Jreeley, when Carlson made a eft turn. Actually Adams was making the left turn and Carlson passing when the collision occurred. Hospital Dismissals Dismissed from Weld County General Hospital on Wednesday, Oct. 22: James Lord, 2722 50th Ave.; Mrs. Dan While, 3035 llth Ave.; Mrs. Richard Harp, US Motel; Mrs. Clifford Buchholz, 2100 7th Ave.; Beth Kelly, 2807 W. llth St.; Randy Adams, 1120 :2th Ave.; Dean Abbott, 2130 E. ,6th St.; Mrs. Emma Ffeenor, .902 7th Ave.; Mrs. Robert Massey, Severance; Mrs. Martin faurequi, 1134 Pleasant Acres )r.; Luther Morris, Denver; Jacob Salzman, 323 15th St.; iloyd Parmalee, 1524 6th St.; drs. Raymond Jump, Rt. 1; Mitchell Printz, Evans; Thomas 3aber, Windsor; Lindsey Wilson, Eaton; Mrs. Burton Vance, Auora; Mrs. Joe Serna, Rt. 2; Jrs. Jerald Martens and daugh- er, 2413 25th St.; Mrs. Robert mats immune from .parking Ball and son, 14279th Ave.; Mrs. Horia Wheeler and. son, 2416 1th Ave.; Mrs. James Adams London range from $1.20 to and son, Thornton; Mrs. Nellie Innning, 2535 16th Ave.; Mrs. similar to Boy and Girl Scou activities. A full day of activity ms been planned for the young eople. In the afternoon they will go 0 two local nursing homes am present programs for the resi- lents, and to conclude the day 1 Halloween party will be held it the Richard Nashland coun- ry home at Severance. Adult direction for the club is provided by Bill Pike, director; Garland Cross, Norman Edwards and Maxinc Ordelheide deputy directors, and Jim Shaw, Lee Steele, Richard Nashland, Dr. Powell, Mary Shaw, Connie Mead, Floyd Powell, Geraldyne Wonenberg, Roger Balmer and Louie Kruger. Stork Express Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Deibel, 2507 9th St., a son, on Wednesday, Oct. 22, at Weld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Niehaus, 1493 10th St., a daughter, on Wednesday, Oct. 22, at Weld County General Hosiptal. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Coursey, Fort Lupton, a son, on Wednesday, Oct. 22, at Weld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Loren Swedburg, 425 9th Ave., a son, on Wednesday, Oct. 22, at Weld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roth, Kersey, a son, on Thursday, Oct. 23, at Weld County General Hosiptal. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe F. Serrere, Johnstown, a son, on Thursday, Oct. 23, at Weld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Elwood C. Herbst, Kersey, a daughter, on Thursday, Oct. 23, at Weld County General Hosiptal. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Prott, 3141 W. 5th St., a son, on Thursday, Oct. 23, at Weld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Nerlan Willis, Eaton, a son, on Wednesday, Oct. 22, at Weld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. William R. Mulh Jr., 2200 37th St., a daughter, on Wednesday, Oct. 22, at Weld County General Hospital. ! ohn Grewell, Loveland; Mifton Bell, 1715 7th Ave. Bishop Defrogger isn't working. PAINT EQUIP. FURNITURE AUCTION SATURDAY, OCT. 25, 1969-10:00 a.m. 1912 8th Avenue, Greeley, Colorado Paul Meeker Estate--Mary Meeker, Owner FURNITURE: Blonde oak rolltop desk (excellent); round lak table with 4 chairs; rocker; recllner; o%c. chair; floor lamps; 5 pc. dinette tet; 3 single beds, complete; 2 dressers; chests; desk; book case; library table; Easy spin dryer; G. E. deepfreezer (upright); Admiral refrlg.; G. E. elect, range; lawn furniture; power reel mower; garden tools; Winchester mod. No 12, 12 g. shotgun; Winchester mod. No. 61, .22 cal. rifle. PAINT EQUIPMENT: Large assortment new paint; Pitts burgh color kit; 11 sacks of graphite; brushes and rollers; lad dert; ladder jacks; scaffolding; assort, sand paper; port, pain sprayer; clamps; blow torches; ext. cables; fan; belt sander Porter Cable power oaw; tap and die sets; hand tools; ca penter tools; anvil; benches; worlds of misc. Items. ADDITIONAL: 1963 Chrysler, 4 dr. hardtop (Mrs. Mario Ruyle). TERMS: CASH AUCTION DAY. Mr. Meeker was a pain contractor for 35 years, thus many Items too numerous to mention. ESTATE AT AUCTION BSTES PARK, COLORADO Mayer's Black Canyon Ranch -- '/ z Mile North of Downtown Estes Park on Devils Gulch Road. SATURDAY, NOV. 22, 1969-10:00 a.m. At The Ranch Approx. 15 acres beautiful land -- 30 rental cottages -- -odge with restaurant and cocktail lounge -- large home with 2 Sauna baths and doctor's offices -- Indoor swimming pool -City utilities. COULD BE COLORADO'S BARGAIN BUY OF AUSTIN AND AUSTIN AUCTIONEERS - REALTORS E. R. "Kid" Austin 1203 9th Street, Greeley, Colorado Ph. 353-0790 Daily Radio Program, KFKA 7:30 a.m. EQUIPMENT "Agncw" Air Compressor, 5 HP., 3 Phase, 17.5 Cu. Ft., 1 year old; "Smith" Acetylene Torch with cart and bottles; "Coats" Tire changer complete air operated, 1 year old; "Marquctte" Electric Welder, 180 Amp.; "Marquette" Electric Spot Welder, near new; "Goodall" 6 and 12 volt Battery charger, with 4 cycle Briggs and Stratton engine, near new; 6 and 12 volt Electric Battery Charger; "Black Hawk" Portable Body and Frame Straightener, air operated; "Kansas" Big Body Jack, air operated; "Kansas" Small Body Jack. "Porta-Power" Body Jack, complete, 10 ton; "Porta- Power" Push and Pull, complete, 4 ton; "Walker" Floor Jack, 2 ton; "Walker" Floor Jack, 1)/ 2 ton; "Walker" Hyd. Jack, 4 ton; "Homestead-Holster" Big Floor Jack, 05,000 Ibs., air operated; 10 Ton Spreader Jack; "Doyle" Commercial Vac. Sweeper, / z motor; "Sioux" Electric Duffer; "Sioux" Electric Sander; "Sioux" / 2 -ln. Air Drill; "ATCOA" Straight Line Sander, air operated, near new; 3 Electric Sanders. Lube Despenser; "Bear" 330 Wheel Balancer, with weights; Radiator Test Tank, all complete, with Torch: "National" Air Jitter Bug; "Dupont" Paint Mixing Machine, complete with 2 sets of scales and metal cabinet, full of formulas; "ATCOA" Paint Blender; 1--"Sinks" Paint Gun; 1--"Sinks" Pressure Pot; 2--"DeVllblss" Paint Guns; "DeVilbiss" Under Coating Machine; "Mais- bory" Steam Cleaner, like new; "M. W." Electric Table Saw; "AC" Headlight Machine; Squirrel Cage Exhaust Fan. CAR--TRUCKS--TRACTORS- SNOWMOBILE 62 Studebaker Lark, V-8, automatic, new tires; 59 Chev. Pickup, % ton, V-8, 4 spd.; 56 Chev. 1 ton, Dual Wheels, and Steel Box; 49 Chev. 1 ton Wrecker with 62 Chev. Engine, 261 HP, 2 Sp. Winch; Dune Buggy with Cry Hemmie Engine; Homemade Garden Tractor; One Walking Garden Tractor; 69 Foxtrac Snowmobile, 23J/ 2 HP Engine; 63 Dodge 1/2 ton Pickup, L W Box, V-8, 3 spd.; 2 Soap Box Derby Racers. · OFFICE EQUIPMENT " : '"Burrough8" 'Electric Adding Machine; "Victor" Electric Adding Machine; "Burroughs" Hand Adding Machine; "Smith-Corona" Typewriter; "Pay Master" Check · Protector; Small ; Sale o n . W h e e l s ; ' 2 Wooden Office Desks; "Underwood" Typewriter, with long Legal Car- rlage. MISCELLANEOUS Bench Vises; Air Hose and Reg; Rivet Guns; Drop Cords; Extension Cords; Pepsi Machine; Lots of Bolts and Bins; 4-Creepers; Automotive Bulbs and Cabinet- Fuses and Cabinet; 4 C02 Fire Extinguishers; "An Wiper Blade Cabinet, with blades. Tune-up Equipment Cabinet Full; Paint and parts catalogues, all up to date; 10 Paint Lights for paint booth; lots of Automobile Paint; 2 Tape Machines; Parts Cabinets; Anvil; Frame Gauges; Welding Rod- Glass Grinding Machine; Car Stands. Work Benches; Car Radios; Heater Hose; Oil Filters; Coffee Maker; New and Used Tires; Seal Beams' "Western" 80,000 BTU Gas Furnace; 6,000 BTU Gas Heater; 20,000 BTU Gas Heater; Some Household Furniture WRECKED CARS--JUNK Lots and Lots of V W Parts, New and Used- Wrecked V W's; Wrecked cars of many makes; Tons of Scrap Iron and metal. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This will be a very big sale. Thousands of Items are not listed in the above listing. We will start early and on time. BODY SHOPS, MECHANICS, GARAGES, DEALERS AND PUBLIC WELCOME. EVERYTHING SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE. TERMS: CASH-DAY OF SALE GARY GREENWOOD Auctioneers Liquidators Phone 352-4822 2606 8th Avenue, Greeley, Colo. May I Extend A Cordial Invitation to all residents of WARD 3 to attend these CITIZENS' INFORMATION FORUMS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 7:30 P.M. ARLINGTON SCHOOL GYMNASIUM 23rd Street and 9th Avenue FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 7:30 P.IW, JACKSON SCHOOL GYMNASIUM 25th Street and 20th Avenue These forums have been scheduled in order that tho residents of WARD 3 may be fully and accurately informed prior to the election on November 4. CHARLES E RIFE CANDIDATE FOR CITY COUNCIL WARD 3 GREELEY, COLORADO WANTS TO INCLUDE You, The Citizen IN CITY GOVERNMENT

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