Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 6, 1977 · Page 18
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 18

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, June 6, 1977
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Early American End Table with Drawer. Reg. S157 18 GREKLEV (Colo.) TRIBUNE Mon..June 6,1977 Congress given list of illegal federal activities By ED ROGERS WASHINGTON tUPI) -The Justice Department drew up a confidential list of illegal wiretaps and other wrongdoing by government investigative agencies and gave it to Congress, an official said today. Deputy Assistant Attorney General Raymond Calamaro (old UP1 the list was sent to a House Government Operations subcommittee that had called Attorney General Griffin Bell to discuss investigative policies. The committee wants to know where Bell will draw the line, and asked the attorney general to list all such cases he has uncovered in the past three years. "We furnished on a confidential basis a very limited status list," said Calamaro. "It just describes whether cases are open or closed. We not making that list public for obvious reasons." Calamaro would not say how many cases were on the list or give other details. He said the subcommittee promised Bell it would keep the list confidential. The Committee's call to Bell was provoked by the recent indictment of retired FBI supervisor John Kearney, charged with using illegal wiretaps and mall openings to track down fugitive members of the underground Weathermen organization in the early 1970's. "I would think the attorney general would want to ... make it clear those standards are not applying now,"' Rep. Richardson Preyer, D-N.C., told his . colleagues last month. Preyer, who said the Kearney case raised "fundamental problems," asked Bell to bring a list of all such cases that have turned up in the past three years. He said he wanted to know Bell's "procedure of in-house handling of criminal misconduct by the investigative agency," and he voiced concern about congressional access to the data. "Who really decides what classified information is seen, the executive branch or Congress?" Preyer asked. Policemen said safer when alone By ED ROGERS WASHINGTON (UPI) Police officers who have been patroling their beats in pairs for safety reasons in most U.S. cities are now told they are just as safe -- or safer -- working alone. This was the major finding of a 12-month study conducted in San Diego in 1975-76 by the Police Foundation, a non-profit organization devoted to improving police work. The report, released Sunday, said officers riding patrol cars alone not only had a better safety record but fewer troubles making arrests, caused fewer citizen complaints and were more efficient. Foundation President Patrick Murphy said the study provides . the first factual basis for resolving the "emotionally charged claims and counter claims" about riding patrol cars. The report offered no reason for the troubles paired officers have, but Joseph Lewis, evaluation director for the study, told UPI he believes they provoke much of it themselves. "In a single officer situation," I*wis said, "the officer tends to use persuasion and a number of other means short of force. When there are two paired as partners, they tend to use force earlier." "People speculate that is because officers can't tolerate a challenge to their authority when another officer is present," Lewis said. "There is no need to persuade. If there is resistance, they overcome it." While patrolmen in most cities want to double up for safety reasons, esecially at night, the San Diego investigators found officers there favored paired patrols by only a small margin. Younger policemen tended to be concerned more often than experienced ones, the report said. Some said they would consider patroling alone just as safe if they could carry a dog or a shotgun with them. Murphy said the most important result of the study is that it uncovered a potential huge saving for tight city budgets. In San Diego, it was found 18 one- cop patrols cost less than 10 paired patrols. June 6th to June llth HELP YOURSELF TO SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT! We Have Just- Finished Our Annual Inventory and Have Marked Down Many Items Throughout The Store To Make Room for New Spring and Summer Merchandise on Order! 94" Clyde Pearson Hand-Made Sofa. Loose pillow back $3 J A AQ traditional style. Blue cover. Reg. $803.00 Sale 043.30 Full Size Spindle Bed. Hardrock maple wiih head and j-. ,,_ foot rails. h Price. Reg. S129.95 Sale 04.3 / Five Samsonite Chrome Card Table Chairs. j- n g Reg. S25.M each Sale Ea. 1Z.30 Rembrandt Swag Lamp, silk shade. Reg. $149.95 Sale S 49.98 Imported Crystal Table Lamp. .--. *Reg. S150.00 Sale /4.3O ,i* $ 74.98 Large Mediterranean Cocktail Table. Reg. S99.95 : Sale $ 49.98 Door Cocktail Table. Pecan, on casters. . Son AO Reg.S179.95 Sale 03.30 85" Clyde Pearson Sofa. Loose pillow-back. Traditional tjnr no style wilh kick pleats. Reg. 5855. Save 50% Sale 4^0.30 87".Flexsteel Sofa. High back, heavy beige cover. SCQC AO Reg. $715. Save 25% Sale OOJ.3O 86" Roll Arm Sofa, channel back. Quilted floral nylon Si i n no cover. Casters. Reg. S652. Save 1/3 Sale 413.30 92" Quilted Sofa. Light green floral cover. Casters. S J i n A O Reg. S630. Save 1/3 Sale 413.30 96" Crescent Sofa. Quilted nylon floral cover. Attached toon AO pillow back. Reg. $652. Save «% Sale JO3.30 78" Traditional Sofa. Kick pleat, attached pillow back, j, . _ Q Q - Reg. S626. Save'/, _.: :. -...-·..-.-...-..;., Sale 410.3O 92" Sofa. Loose pillow back, arm pillows, quilted nylon . C J Q J no cover. Casters. Reg. S65Z Save A Sale 4j4.3O 98" Sofa and 60" Love Seat. Nylon floral quilted cover. Reg. $1326. Save.i/3 Sale 84" Sofa. Traditional style, kick pleat. Linen print. Reg. S560. Save'/3 Sale 92" Tufted Sofa. Leather-like vinyl. Casters. Reg. 5566. Save33'/3% Sale Love Seat. Curved tufted back, velvet cover. Reg. 5289.95 :........ .. Sale Thomasville 7-Pc. Bedroom Set. Triple dresser, twin mirrors, king size bed, Armolre chest, two night stands. $1 7CC no Reg. S2649.95. Save 1/3 Sale 1/00,30 Thomasville 6-Pc. Contemporary Bedroom Set. Triple dresser, twin mirrors, king size bed, door chest, .. ATA no night stand. Reg. S159J.80. Save Vj Sale 1U33.3O American of Martlnsville 6-Pc. Bedroom Set. 76" triple dresser, twin mirrors, king size bed, Armoire chest, night stand. S7£ A no Caslille Mediterranean oak. Reg. $1099.95. Save 30% . Sale /O3.3O Thomasville 6-Pc. French Provincial Bedroom Set. 78" triple dresser with twin mirrors, full or queen headboard bed, chest on chest, night stand. ' S 1 1 O I Q O Reg. S1779.90. Save Vb Sale 1104.30 White Canopy Bed. Full size with canopy frame. . Si JO 00 Antique gold trim. Reg. S239.95. Save 40% Sale 14 J.3O Eight-piece Stanley Dining Set, Contemporary style. China, two host chairs, four side chairs, 42"x64"x96" table. r~ r AA m Reg. 52189.95. Save 30% Sale 15 JZ.37 Five-foot Split-Leaf Philodendron Plant with large green ... ._ pot. Reg. $69.95. Save h ' ; Sale j4.37 Thomasville Eight-Piece Dining Set. Walnut and pecan. Large credenza china, two host and four side chairs, SOA£ 7 AO 45"x67"xl03" table. Reg. S3102.00. Save Vi Sale ZUO/.3O Nine-Piece Thomasville Oak D|'ning Set. Large two-leaf trestle style table, china, two arm chairs, four side chairs, mobile t«£O'7 JO drop-leaf server. Reg. 52531.00. Save 1/3 Sale 100/.4Z Antique White Mobile Server. Formica Serving top, linen drawer, siorage area. ' . Reg. $449.00. Save 50% Sa,e'224.50 '372.98 '376.95 '231.98 Five-Piece Contemporary Sectional. Heavy flamestifch ton.*) An herculon.Reg.S1606. Save50% ................... Sale QUO.UU Velvet Lounge Chair. Traditional style with kick pleat, .« -- -Reg. S249.95 ................ ................. : . . . Sale 133.30 American of Martinsvillc Occasional Chair. Wood trim. Reg. 5239.95. Save 1/3 .................. Sale Pull-up Chair. Antique while frame with cinnamon velvet upholstery. Reg. S169.95. Save 20% ...... .-...Sale '159.98 '135.98 Eight-Piece Thomasville Country French Dining Set. Antique shell . finish on oak; Huntbbard buffet with hutch top, two host chairs," - four side chairs. 45"x66"xl20" leg table. S I O C C C H ..Reg.52713.00.Save50% : Sale IjDO.DU Eight-Piece Stanley Dining Set. Contemporary style In knotty oak and ash. 50" china, two host chairs and four side SiAOC CO chairs, 42"x68"x78" table. Reg. $1629.80. Save'A ..Sale IUOD.3" Eight-Piece Hickory Junior Dining Group. 49" credenza china, two . host chairs and four side chairs with upholstered seats and . backs. 42"x38"x74" elliptical table. SHCO T) Reg.'S2652.95. Save Vj .' Sale 1 /OO./t Nine-Piece Heywood-Wakefield Pine Dining Set. 56" buffel wilh hulch top with leaded stained glass doors. Two Windsor host chairs, four Windsor side chairs, 38"x72"x96" trestle extension SI 30C TM table. Reg.$2095.00. Save 1/3 Sale 1090./4 Nine-Piece Heywood-Wakefield Hard Rock Maple Dining Set in dark antique pine finish. 56" buffet, hutch top, two Windsor host chairs, four Windsor side chairs, 38"x72"x96" tresfle SlOCO 9O, extension table. Reg. $1895:00. Save 1/3 Sale i£Qj,j3 Nine-Piece Stanley Dining Set, Traditional style. Large credenza. china. Two host and four side chairs, 42"x64"xlOO" pedestal extension table, mobile server. Pecan and Prlma ., _ _ . -Vera veneers. Reg. $2359.95. Save Vb' Sale 1573.38 See Our Tables of ASHTRAYS WASTE BASKETS ACCESSORIES On Automatic Declining Auct.ioi Starling at Server and Bar with Roll top. Light oak, formica SO7ft no serving top. Reg. 5420.00. Save A- Sale i/3.30 Ladies' Secretary Desk. Antique white, glass door fop, drop lid writing desk. Three drawers. SOJC m Reg. S409.95. Save40% - . . . Dale Y4j,3/ Early American Gun Cabinet. Holds 12 guns: Locks, iwo-door · . compartments for handguns and ammunition. · SI A J A£ Reg. $324.95. Save 40% '. Sale 134.30 One Set Simmons Beaulyresf Mattress and Box Springs. Twin size. Back Care III. S 1 C A A 7 Reg.$319.95. Save50% .....Sale ID"."/ Eight Only. Bigelow Area Rugs, fringed. Sizes 3'xSfi 4'x6Y6'x6', 6'xy 1 . Your choice Sale '19.98 American of Martinsville Recliner Chair and Ottoman. ti nn no Black vinyl cover. Reg. S399.95. Save 50% '. Sale 133.30 Flexsteel Recliner. Kickpleat, casters, heavy Herculon joi n A A cover. Reg. $420. Vi Price Sale L iU.UU Hideabed Sleeper. Full-size bed, choice of velvet or Herculon. Reg. 5340 .s a ,e'249.98 Wall-Hugger Recliner. Large, high back chair in SI QC ft£ black vinyl. Reg. 5169.95 .....: Sale 135.96 Eight-Piece Expandnway Cabinet Dinetle Set .-Cabinet extends lo 95". Has five leaves, seven chrome chairs, Jjcn no upholstered seats and backs. Reg. S711.75. Save'/3 ..Sale 4u3.3O Five-Piece Daystrom Chrome Dinefte Sel. 42" round pedestal extension table. Walnut plastic top, four chrome chairs tijA no with casters and swivel bases. Reg. $408.60. Save h . Sale 342.88 55 Sq. Yd. Armstrong Kitchen Carpet, heavy rubber back. ». fto Gold nylon patterned. Reg. S8.95 sq. yd Sale Sq. Yd. 4.98 GROUP OF 30 PICTURES Some original oils, beautifully, framed: Price · 100 Sq. Yds. GRASS CARPET .... 12,-Owide, DtHt-yourself: ·· No insfaHation available. , Store Hours: 8:00to 5:30 Monday thru Friday, 9:00 to 5:00, Saturdays 1320 8th Avenue WHERE You Buy Is Just As Important As WHAT You Buy Open Evenings By Appointment

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