Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 28, 1970 · Page 12
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Page 12 ' 8 197 ° You can get LOVE (cosmetics) at Weldorado Pharmacy-SH Green Stamps too.--Adv. j Nader, Swigert Air Views AtCU's 144th Graduation CALL TJIB "HOUSE DOCTOR" Complete 1-Stop Service Materials -- Labor -- Financing -- Hootn Aildi tiotis -- Repairs -- He modeling. · F R E E ESTIMATES Everitt Lumber Co. 2406 10th Street Phone 352-5171 BOULDEK, Colo. (AP) - Astronaut Jack Swigert recalled! Hie tranquility of earth, as it appeared from his Apollo 13 spacecraft,'and consumer advocate Ralph Nader warned of increasing environmental violence against earth Wednesday at the University of Colorado's 1441h commencement exercises. Swigert, who received a university recognition medal, told more than 2,800 graduates and their families that as he looked back at earth from 200,000 miles Meet the BIG change that costs your office small change ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER SMITH-CORONA 8 Incorporates 'features that make it readily comparable to other electrics selling at up to twice its low, low price. Here are just a lew: Automatic carriage return, Automatic repeat actions, Big heavy duty carriage, Copy set control, New Changeable TypeTM Characters, Total tabulator control. Come on in and see them for yourself... try them for yourself. Regular 260.00 With Trade-In . away "I saw no national boun- iaries; I saw no opposing polit- cal systems; there were no races -- it was one beautiful earth." The 1953 CU graduate said "While we did not know it, 12 nations on the earth offered to lelp, and millions of the world's people offered prayers in our be lalf. For one small instant, the world was united." He added: "Maybe this was God's way of saying we can all live together." Swigert presented the univer, sity with the mission patch from lis space suit, an American flag which accompanied the crew on its shortened mission, and a coldr photo of the splashdown. Nader, the commencement speaker, charged thai humanity s "threatened with destruction jy corporate violence against ;he environment, while attention is diverted to other violence." He said environmental violence is "making a mockery" of our nation's dedication to peace against all forms of violence. Said Nader: "The prob lem is more than just crime in the street. I say categorically there is no city street in this country that's safe from General Motors." Gov. John Love, who attend ed the commencement exercises, praised university officials for keeping the school open during recent weeks of turmoil nationally. '1 am proud the University of Colorado has maintained its position as an open, viable, educational institution and is holding this exercise today," he said. Dr. Frederick P. Thieme was inaugurated, formally, as president of the University as parl of the graduation ceremonies. He assumed the presidency last September after serving as executive vice president at the (University of Washington at Se- lattle. A M S T E R D A M -- Queen Juliana of the Netherlands has the highest annual income, a tax-free $1,330,000, of any European head of state. LAFF-A-DAY SHOES FOR WOME} Just a Mistaki DENVER (AP) - Former Colorado Gov. Dan Thornton Tuesday said the disappearance luesuay saiu me disappearance "averyinmg was iiuuvi, tn- «·«· -»r -TM~ .. , and eventual recovery ol his dit cards, identification, money Valley Authority dams ,, , . i . i , · i «aq . , ,, » t _ _ i ;* ,, I ofaim nlantc Inct VP3T. ur whom he did not identify came to his house and returned the wallet, and told him it was all a mistake. "Everything was intact, ere- wallet, which contained $183, was all a mistake. His wallet disappeared from the top of a bar piano here Monday night. He told police he first realized his billfold was missing when he went to pay bill. Tuesday id, Wlsi--r = w i»«i» · · · -- -- - - - * "She knew exactly what she wanted, and was out of the store in three hours!" Buckingham By MRS. R. E. LIVENGOOD BUCKINGHAM - Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Howe visited at the Gerwood Ducker home in Denver last Friday. Elzie Smith of El Monte Calif, came Monday and is visiting Mrs. Alta Green and Dale. Smith is a nephew of Mrs Green. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mitzel, i Mr. and Mrs. Orie Hill and Mr and Mrs. R. E. Livengood at tended Commencement Exer cises in Ault Friday night. After graduation Mr. Rudolph Mitzel reception for Lorna Lawson, niece of Mr. Milzel at the George (Buck) Lawson home near Carr. The Livengonds and Hills attended a reception for Jack and Mrs. [Sunday attended ajhome. :iome Sunday morning near Greeley, then motored to Denver and were dinner guests at the E. R. Parr home. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Dick Heifner at Brighton. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bowman of Brush were Sunday dinner guests at the Harry Bowman home. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Krager Jim and Janet visited the Bowmans in the evening. , Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hnizdil and family visited at the Duane Castor home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ho attended a barbecue in Sterling at the Darrel Peak Among those that came from a distance to attend Commencement Exercises Mondaj evening at Prairie High Sclion' Blair Mr. and and Mrs. Howard family, Erie; Mrs Candi Wingate at the jacK LI«II aim imui.v, ^nc, ,no Wingate home near Ault. i Ralph Ford of Eaton, Mr. am Mrs Keith Ashbaiigh ac-|Mrs. Ronny Livengood, Kim and companied Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mike, in honor of Gwen Ford. Bussey to Greeley Friday. UMej r l u u .«. C y --«... Those that came to honor Larry Castor and Gwen Ford Larry Cawstor were Mrs. VEIm attended a hamburger fry forpslor and Mrs. Lulu Campbell the Seniors given at the RayjOf Fort Morgan. Mertens home Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Livengood Fresh Hearing Aid Batteries Mr. anu Ivllb. n.. TJ. ijivtrnguuu · · -·*·· . .^". ...g ".- -visited at the C. E. Chapman Gilbert Rexall Stores. --Adv. I'op Attraction GILBERTSVILLE, Ky. 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SALE ENDS JUNE 6 Everything Priced TO GO LADIES This is probably the greatest event since Gold was discovered. NOW YOU CAN TRADE IN YOUR HUSBAND No matter what condition he is in - young or old! YES he might even be worth more than you ever dreamed. During this sale, we will allow you lOc per pound on any purchase of $200 or more. Bring him in well deal! We've got the scale. P.S. YOU LADIES WHO MIGHT NOT HAVE A HUSBAND TO TRADE WE'RE BROAD MINDED WE WON'T ASK TO SEE A LICENSE - BRING A FRIEND BUNK BEDS Extra Sturdy, complete $ 129 95 2 PC. COUCH AND CHAIR SET Railroad damaged. Reg. $299.95 Only $ 199 95 SPANISH LOVE SEAT AND SOFA Matching set. Reg. $549.95 Sale Priced 475 5 PIECE DINETTE SET Swivel Chairs, Wrought Iron construction. 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