Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 28, 1969 · Page 23
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Wtt^rs '" b "«"wnl. 2501 24lh Ave buildlni, 300.1296 ft. lot , Uustrtal Perk. 2335 2nd Avi formation call 352-3245. . 2.005 nl. per mln. No. hlKh production land homes. 352-2371. 2 modern Mgblle Horn., 4 j. A ^tjSFSSSfc' **-·"· '«-' «TM, THREE, bedroom 12xG5 Mobil. Htmn 41- i !!?, m ' i, 1 "!""' MIMMta dinln ""* utility. To Ix moved. SBS-78B9 H U U U L A K houio--I'HA. Weld Coun K! W'l'tii *""· low cost 'TO Stnhla lioUle Hcrnm will dellv your site. 1'hone 368-2802 to .. niiiw j-uur free factory tour. Mud hoRjt-g i-omliiK poon. FACTORY built Mctlcinal hou,TM »r fully furnished, curpeW. with a · j'pliancei und drape, and they tta ,"h 'f'°,°i, 1P " '?· "' Flnd » ut "»' !· ·,( lhi " Inmi "" house at Stah! MobUe Home, !·/, mile U. b. 85. 353-2802. Flra SO ( . urindor. 1800.00. Call 884-2268 MOUNTED ono rov. Intonation. ucct topper. 454-2908. row corn head fo; ~ A combine. 33 Inch Tenter good condition. J7BO. Hiehar Daniels. Akron. Colorado. Phon. 345 Rcol Exalt 4S !! KERSEY LOCATION!! HnMn, ,, WIT " A NICE THREE BEDROOM HOME. Corner location across from new school. Garage tenccd yard, low taxes. Yours for only COWAN REALTY 352-1400 Jim Cowan 352-0197 Roy Galloway 362-3098 353-1088 Harold Cowan 353-4357 ^ Don Jones AUSTIN AUSTIN 1203 9th Street Ph. 353-0790 70 ACRES WEST OF GREELEY Asking only 560,000. Minimum of improvements. Good level farm land..Big Thompson irrigation water. Call Chuck for details. 112 ACRES of irrigated grass, 10 miles east of Lucerne. Good Improve- rncnts for dairy or stoclc cattle. Irrigation water right and % Interest in a new built lake. Stanley. ESTATE BUILDER Gross $2,030.00 per month oa tills 16 unit brick apartment complex (swimming pool) located in Lakewood, Colo Good loan to assume payable ?1249.00 Pm. Investigate this building investment. Roger has the details Member of Multiple Listing Service Chuck Cumberlln, 352-5356 Ann Austin, 363-3569 Carl Hirsch, 352-2034 Ken 'Doc 1 Eckert, 353-6848 Roger Libsack, 352-6592 nilla Underwood, J52-7685 Stanley Furrow, 352-9034 E. R. "Kid" Austin, Broker Used Cars and Trucks l)nJ Can and Trucks 1966 Cadillac Sedan De Ville Power windows, power scat, air conditioning, radial tires, cruise control, AM-FM radio, . 430 8th Ave. $3195 McArthur Olds-Cadillac, Inc. 352-8288 NEED A GOOD USED PICKUP? . 1966 Dodge % Ton Radio, heater, 6 cylinder, 3 speed ______ $1495 1967 International Scout 4 wheel drive, radio, heater . 1967 Ford % Ton 6 cylinder, 4 speed, radio, heater _ $1995 $1795 1965 Ford F-100 4 wheel drive, 4 speed, 300 cu. inch 6 cylinder _ $1695 11964 Chevrolet l /2 Ton 4 speed, 6 cylinder, radio, heater, new paint 11964 Chevrolet l /2 Ton V-8, 4 speed, radio, heater, new paint -- $1295 $1295 -THIS WEEK ONLY- 1968 Goldline 10'/ ft. cab over plastic camper, fully equipped, LIKE NEW! Garnsey Wheeler 711 11th St. Ph. 352-9174 Form Fqulpmtnt 50 FOR SALE -- Ui«l K«wnM «i torn tollffr mill. Cmll 3B2-4324. MONTANA b««t clctntr tor IIM-1 bfrt harvnter. New. For ulc. 352. TRACTOR CABS ?249.95 fits all tractors WMtern .Home Improrement 10 N: 1Kb ATI. J5M.OI Coio. Us.d Care and Trucks 51 '66 CHEVY 2 door hardtop. $250. Call 853-0480. 57 INTERNATIONAL j.lclup. Rum well: Very li w price. 353-2886. 68 fOSD LTD Country Suulre wajon. p u l l power. Excellent condition. 362-3271. fOB. SALE -- clean 1961 Ford pickup, V-8, .3 speed. -LWB. May be awn behind 1208 9th St. $1,050. FOR SALE -- 1960 Chevrolet 2 door hardtop. V-8 engine. Standard transmission. Make offer. Phon» 352-5658. 1966 PONTIAC Bonneville S u p e r Sport. Fully equipped, air conditioned. Call 353-7114. WE STILL specialize in automatic tran.mission repairs. Bender Rambler. 125 8th Avc. 1ALIBU station waKon, '66. One owner. Excellent condition. Financed nt 6%. Privat rty. 284-6345. »65 CHEVY Impala Super Spi 327 engine, automatic transmissio 1,280. Call 353-5888 or 362-8711. LOW priced cars and pickups. L.r Doraey Transcar Auto Snlrs. way 85. Evans. 353-5505. Used Con and Tnicki 5 'C6 MUSTANG convertible. 280 hli[ performance V-8, 4 si)eed. 353-768 KOIt SALE -- 1955 Chevrolet plckui C!ood condition. CBll 363-1033. ll'GC PLYMOUTH 4 snee.1. Mest offei Cull ntter 4 p.m. 302-8782. 1958 FOUI) pickup. 6 ejlinder. ipeeil. S123. 352-90S5. £432 24th St I960 VOLVO. Cull 3512-2HG7. 'OU H A I . I C -- '56 Chevy. Good cundi lioiu 352-7880. 1903 AUSTIN _ Henley M2 S.OOO Make offer. 853-321,1. [loor. V-8. nuto rter 5. 1964 DODGH 33H matle. $676. 352-3681 Cl VALIANT wagon. Clean, llcst of 353-2885. !3 DODGE panel. 4 wheel drive' front end winch. Call 853-7849. rill 1948 CHEVY Panel 4 speed. $100. 1102 13th Ave. 906 MUSTANG 6, stick. Very Sharp 1118 14th St. 363-7689. 969 DATSUN tor sale. 4 door sedan 5.700 miles. $1,660. 363-4882. 65 CHEV. Super Sport, 283 engine 4 speed: '57 Olds 4 dour. 352-7! 1952 FORD i/j ton pickup, 1958 moto SI95. 3S2-3681 otter 5. 17 GMC Hydra with camp able. After 6, 358-1829. .964 LINCOLN Continental, with accessories. 362-6777. it DYNAMIC 88 Old.. Excellent co dition. On* owner. Power .teerin and brakes. Phone 363-1830. 160 PETERB1LT twin screw volitional. See at 1200 14th S Evans, or call 363-3467 8 a.m. 5 p.m, U CHRYSLER 383 convertible. I.o mileajrc. Beautiful condition. Mech: ically perfect. Private party. 35 0628. 947 JKEP, convertible top, rebul engine. Excellent condition. $55 Call Harold Noteboom. Garde Kitchen Restaurant. 353-5544. 968 GALAXIE 600 4 door sedan. Ver clean. Low mileage. One owne Now tires. Will trade. $2.296. Bun ing. 1410 10th Ave. 353-6759, 966 GMC % ton pickup. Very BOO condition; 1963 F.ord Ranchero. G, mechanical condition. 353.5789 352-6701. OR SALF, _ 1955 Dodge. New ... covers, good tires. $50: 1967 Yamah 100 Trail machine. Less Ulan 2,00 actual miles. $230. Cull 737-2168. 2 CHEVY pickup. Must IK to m precinte. Good body. 6 ply tires. II .hocks. 66,000 actual milTM. Shor narrow bed. $696. 353-6620 after FOR SALE -- 1969 Chrysler No Yorker. Han all power, positrnctioi . split front seat, mitnmntic spce control. Call 353-G9J6. 1SC1 CHEVROLET Impala. Toi condition, 4 tipeed, bucket Benin new transmission. Reasonable. 22 Sunset Drive. La Salic. JEEP, 1968 Willys, 4 wheel drive, Hubs power take-off winch, n.etal TM! fibrcslsss top. sliding doors. Exeel lent. 353-0734 or 353-6070 nfte 6 p.m. 1959 CADILLAC i door hardtop. Elec trie acaU and windows', white, nev. Paint, new tires, perfect interior, beautiful car. Se. at 90S Golden Evans. 862-6350. GOOD runnlnn T,G Chev 2 door hard ton. V-8. standard; nice clean '6 Olds, low mllcane: '62 Pontla Snort Coupe, V-8, standard. 284 6609. TI14 TRIUMPH, 1964, 4 tpeed. ovci drive. New tires, new convertibl top -- $1,260.00. Set at Irrig.tlo and Power Equipment, Inc., Soul U.S. 85. Phone 352-0488. 19C7 ',i TON Ford pickup ivith top wide box, 362 motor, automat transmission, padded dash, scat belts. radio, heater, very Bood tires. Ex "(ITM 1 - Onu owner. 27.000 mile 363-C313 after 4 p.m. daily. Over 150 Automobiles )'sto One of these Salesmen To serve you Frosty Stutz i 'Jack Wheeler Harold Croissant Ed Keberlein Harry Wooldridge Wade Crowe, Sales Manager By Popular Demand Open Evenings 'til 9 P.M. Shop in Daylight -- All Night At The Brightest Spot In Town Wheeler The Dealer 6th St. at By-Pass 352-7000 63 VALIANT. Good condition. · 358-7771. '62 PONTIAC 2 door hardtop. Auto- matlc. 363-6186 after B :80. MODEL A bodies and parU for tale. 352-2371. T%6 JEEP for sale. Call 352-1202. MUST^aell '01 Corvette, 4 uppcd, tcrior, reasonable. 352-6035. GOOD clean H6I Chcv. E cylinder, rebuilt engine. ?2G5. E88-2014. CLEAN '65 Corvair 2 door. Rccon- ditioncd motor. 205 19th Ave. 1959 CHEV. grain truck -with hoi.t. Call 353-5261. 353- 1962 CIIBV. Make offer. Call Q330 8 to 6 weekdays. '55 FORD F-!00, 382 rebuilt enii 42 ft. flat bed trailer. 363-6*38. '67 NOMAD 327. Bucket «e»ts, console aatros. 352-6108. 1324 HUi St. 1950 FOUn^v-.B V, ton pickup with JarKe bed. ?350. C-uuiI condition. 35 C-167. FOR SALE -- 1955 Chevrolet pickup. 6 cylinder, 4 speed. Make offer. 352- ·1408 after 6. Monza 2 new li. FOR SALE -- '61 Corvnii door. Excellent condition, Call 454-2986 after G p.m. 1957 FORD % ton pickup i bed. $260 pickup; $200 36SI afUir 6. ·ith utility bed. 35! Trailer! and Carnptn 1969 VW Camper. Pop-up top, ra 6.000 miles. $3.000. 352-5420. NKW 1970 overcab 12 ft. ramp. $795. Nu*scr Sales. 1034 E. 18th. 53 Sub Fleet CO Discounts Red Tension Charges People In the News i LONDON (AP) - Actor Sean who played Jame: ;onnery, Jond in five movie thriller: lased on the Ian Fleming books says he has turned play produc Connery said Monday he vould present his wife, Diane ^ilento, in the play "I've Seen You Cut Lemons" opening in )ecember. 9S3 T-HIRD convertible. Good co tion, good tires, new top. $750. 2215. 1918 MODEL T Ford Plymouth 4 door, go tires. 362-3091 nftcr 5. id body ne' .966 MUSTANG, 6 cylinder. 8 spc slink, factory air, new tires, ster rnilio. 353-7319. MUST sell-lJ62 Dodpe I.anccr 2 doi hnrdlop. Automatic. J300. 1529 l i t Ave. after 6. Trailers and Campers HEED »erv nalisfnclio: BanhAmcricard. 363-2802. or parts? Guarantee Use your Master Chnrg Stahla Mobil N TIME for hunting «easnn, use ft. self contained travel tra tnndem axles. Sleeps 6. See nt Stall la's Mobile Home*. 1W mile i n« TI e or '* UEALEll for: Ycllowslom Prowler, Blnion, Will! Monitor - Graf Banner and Cnrdtniil. For mlc rent. Stop by and look nround. and R Service, 422 11th Ave. Phon 3C2-3718. "KONOMY KA.MPBRS" Best Mads Pickup Covers--Folding Tent Camper* Ealca Rentala ECONOMY BODY SHOP 162-6628 . Highway 85--ET»H YOUK RED DALE DEALER Trailers nd C»mp«r« Sales -- Sei-rica -- Parts WESTERN HOMB IMPROVEMENT 10 N. Hth Are. 15M80I CAMPERS TRAILERS 'uge Display Year Around Ve Finance, Trade, Insure nd Service. J-C CAMPERS, INC. 1108 N. College Ave., Fort Collins, Colo. 484-8561 WASHINGTON (AP) - Vice 'resident Spiro T. Agnew told ·Meeting of the American Bak- :rs Association lie regretted the irevity of his remarks Monday, nit said he had his reasons. "The President needs me at le While House," Agnew ex- lained. "...It's autumn, you now, and the leaves need raking." AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) - Former President Lyndon B. Johnon says he still wants to be- ome a university teacher, but rst he has commitments to fin- sh a book and take part in a pecial program for the Colum- ia Broadcasting System. Johnson, who had expressed n interest in teaching at the 'nivcrsity of Texas, was quoted y the student newspaper Daily cxan as saying: "Currently I'm working on a ook about my five years as president. The proceeds from the book will go for health, education and conservation." The University of Texas is opening next fall a public affairs institute named after the former president. Johnson said he also had teaching commitments at Rice University, North Carolina and Yale. DENVER (AP) - The com mander of the U.S. submarine fleet in the Atlantic, Vice Adm Arnold F. Schade, saicl Monda) if anyone was conducting ag gressive operations in Ihe Med Herranean, it was the Sovie Union. Schade, in Denver f o r ; speech, said Soviet charges thai NATO operations in the Mediter erranean were to increase ten sion in the Middle East were ridiculous. "If there's anybody that's conducting aggressive operations in Ihe Mediterranean, it's growth of the Soviet naval operations,' Schade said. He said the Soviet have increased their submarine force to between 350 and 400 ships while America has about 140 in both the Atlantic and Pacific leets. Schade added that "We don't concede them anything in quality." He was in Denver for observations of Navy Day. LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP)-Elvis Presley, who broke attendance records in Las Vegas in August, has been signed to appear again Jan. 26 to Feb. 22 at Ihe International Hotel. Presley drew 101,500 persons in four weeks at the hotel in August while making his first public appearance in nine years. Terms of the contract were not disclosed. SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP -- Singer Johnny Rivers' wif Vicki Sue has sued for divoro charging mental cruelly an saying he hit her. The complaint filed Monda in Superior Court asks $3,39 monthly in temporary suppor for Mrs. Rivers-, 23, and the cou pie's infant son Michael. Th livers' community property was estimated to be worth million. Rivers, 28, made the records 'Memphis" and "Secret Agen Han" and owns several recon companies. The couple married last Dec 0 in Monterey and separatee Oct. 12. L. A. Judge Booked on Assault Charge By WILLIAM J. DRUMMOND The Los Angeles Times SOUTH PASADENA, Calif. os Angeles County Superior Dourt Judge Lloyd S. Davis was looked on suspicion of assault vith intent to murder after the stabbing of his wife at their iome here, police reported Monday. Mary Troja Davis, 51, was stabbed in the upper right back with a 9-inch butcher knife, according to Del. Sgl. Jim Stewart of the South Pasadena Poice Department. Mrs. Davis was reported in ;ood condition at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena, olice reported that her lung lad been punctured. Davis, 54, was released on his wn recognizance at 11:30 a.m. ifonday and left the South Pasa- ena police station with his at- orney, Grant Cooper, an attor- ey for convicted assassin Sir- ian B. Sirhan. TIICS., Oct. 28, 1969 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 23 WASKiffOION By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON (AP)' - A fed- ral study group has concluded 'ample and timely warning' ased on adequate forecasts' rerc given persons in the pall f Hurricane Camille, but the nformation weather planes pro- Icled was less than perfect. To correct that, (lie group rec- mmended spending $78.55 mil- ion to upgrade instruments uch airplanes operated by the iir Force and Environmental cience Services Administra- wn. The group reported Monday to r ommerce Secretary Maurice tans that night safety limits 01 'avy planes, deficiencies in in- ;ruments--especially in Air weather radar--and in- ufficient post-flight liaison be- veen aircrews and ground ceathermen'caused some prob- ems. It said, however, that, "there ·as no significant effect on the isuance of warnings and fore- asts as a result of the failure of erial weather reconnaissance ircraft lo provide certain data in this particular case, llowev- r, there was a delay in obtain- ng information on the intensity f the storm." Most of the lax reform bill a provision limiting the lifespan of tax-exempt private foundations to 40 years.. ,. Under present law founda- "-· · .ions retain their tax-exempt-' status for so long as they exist.':' r r.. The Senate panel did give the",''-·'· 'oundalions a'break; cutting by "··' lalf new taxes imposed under · ·· .he House version. The Finance Committee ac- .ions would apply to such foun-';'.'. \ dations as the Ford, Rockefeller ·-···'· and Carnegie. ?/'.r group's conclu- ions had been disclosed before y Vice President Spiro T. Ag- ew, who turned the hurri- ane-strieken area ten days aft- undred people and did damage Used Cars and Trucks 51 WElCaminoP.U. 327-375 H.P. V8, 4 Speed, Power Steering, Only 23,000 Miles $2295"' BOBMARKLEY VOLKSWAGEN 3805 W. 10th St. 1968 Cadillac Fleetwood Sedan Power vents, windows seat, air conditioning, power door locks, White with Gold interior, Sg 430 8th Ave. $5495 McArthur Olds-Cadillac, Inc. 352-8288 LOS ANGELES (AP) - Co- nedian Ben Blue, 68, has been med ?1,000 on his plea of no ontest to income tax evasion in 958. U.S. Dist. Court Judge Peir- on M. Hall, who imposed the ne Monday, had dismissed the ase against Blue in 1965 but the ".S. Supreme Court ordered it einstated the following year. Blue, of Beverly Hills, origi- ally was charged in a 1964 indictment with evading $34,344 in taxes. gish market appeared in the of- ing for two consecutive weeks. However, the report said, by midweek, dressed beef prices ad recovered earlier losses and ids in the country were slightly mproved. WASHINGTON (AP) - First she handed out photographs of her boss with the President. Then she distributed neatly typed rave notices for her employer written by school girls. Constance Stuart, new press secretary for Pat Nixon, made it plain at her first briefing Monday she wants to do "whal is best" for the first lady. The photograph, she said, shows the "lovely relationship' between the President and his wife. As for the all-good comments collected from shoo] girls who visited the White House, well, "when you meet Mrs. Nixon and Tricia you don'l form any anticomments.." The first round with the press for the 31-year-old, $30,000 a public relations specialist smooth]y except thing: She said Mrs. ance company office lo be sure. It is most likely that you your sister could. As to whether you can withddraw the $1,000, Nixon would not accompany the President on campaign tours to Virginia and New Jersey. That was contradicted by the one man with a better pipeline to the first family-- Ronald L. Ziegler, press secretary to the first lady's husband. Your Life Insurance is pre- senled each week as a public service in cooperation with the Northern Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American Society of Chartered Life Underwriters.) Question: At my sister's policy. death, I became beneficiary ofi On this you would also have the policy her husband set up lo check with your insurance for her (I am taking care of company office--though, it is Calif. Earthquakes IIOLLISTER, Calif. (AP)- Moderale earthquakes shuddered through widely separated areas of California today, shaking residents awake. There' were no reports of serious dam- USE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Cattle Market Expected To Remain Steady DENVER (AP) - The cattle market is expected to continue fairly steady, with no more than moderate price fluctualions, be- Iween now and the end of the year, the American National Cattlemen's Association said today. The association's weekly mar- iet analysis said some price mprovement could be seen be fore end of the year, and (he markel picture appears brighler or the first six months of 1970 The report said for the firsi ime in several months, a slug- With Officers I Mop Bucket Gone Tim Johnson, manager of A and R Wash-a-teria, 2215 8th Ave., told police Tuesday morning that a large mop bucket was stolen from the laundry. Pickup Stolen Lawton McKenzie, 1701 Gth St., told police Monday night his jickup and camper was stolen from in front of the Longhorn Cafe. The truck was later found in the 1600 block on Gth Street. Tapes Missing James Ceck, 2223 17th St., reported Monday night 28 stereo tapes were stolen irom Ma.car while it was parked behind the Colorado Theater. Loss was saic to be $84. Car Splattered Joe Gonzales, 931 13th St. business Corner Completes Study Ronald F. Patlon, 2543 16th ve., claim representative for late Farm Insurance Com- anies, has returned home after ompleting three weeks of tech- ical study on fire insurance t the firm's home office at loominglon, III. Patton is employed at the rm's Mountain States regional told police Monday juvenile boy had broken eggs over his ear Skis Missing Mary Ann McDonald, 1614 160 St., told police Monday that a pair of skis and bindings were stolen from her garage. Generator Stolen Judy Weiss, Wilson Hall, reported Monday 'that a generator the study group estimated at ap-' ·" preaching a billion dollars. : " The report said procedures- · are being changed "as neces-" sary to insure that critical infor- ' mation is provided," and that the Navy will begin replacing its present reconnaissance air- . craft. The change is set for fiscal 1972, which begins July 1. 1971. WASHINGTON (AP) - The ' Senate Finance · Committee has ivritten into House-passed WASHINGTON (AP) - The'^'i federal budget was $2.47 billion"'; n the red for the first three ."i months of the fiscal year--July,;' /i ;",' August and September--the-.--"Treasury Department says. '·'' But despite the lack of bal- ·.' ince early in the fiscal year, the ':''.*, iudget Bureau predicted Mon-.. ·'·': day tax revenues will increase ':.-'. enough in the next nine months ·" r Camille killed more than a o attain the goal of a $5.9 bil- ion budget surplus. Capital Quote "Either include us in the dec!-.' sion-making or will disrupt this stale, this country, this capital'" --Mrs. Beulah Sanders of New York, vice chairman of the Na- ional Welfare Rights Organiza- .ion, before the House Ways and Means Committee. The Capital Footnote Senate has passed and sent to President Nixon a bill Janning interstate sale of toys found to be dangerous lo children. 'fice, 3001 8th Ave. State Farm maintains Ihe chool on a year-round basis o claim representatives may e informed of the latest fire olicy contracts, methods and was stolen from her 1966 Ply- mouOi while the car was parked at the Cunningham Apartments. Billfold Gone Susan Quisenberry, Aurora, :old police Monday her billfold vas slolen from a friend's car vhile the car was parked at the liief Theater. Coat Stolen J. W. Brilton, 2401 10th Ave. It., told police Monday his corduroy coat valued at $120 was ·itolcn from his car at Aims Allege. Car Stolen Douglass Lee Parish, 1019 Military Cuts '·'-'·· To Cost Utah 150 Positions WASHINGTON (AP) -- The'.:"' cutback ip military bases an-^;'' nounced -Monday by the secre-'.' tary of defense will result in 150'-··' jobs being canceled in Utah,' '· said a spokesman for Sen. Frank :.: Moss, D-Ulah. : : He quoted Ihe Army as say- . ; ing Ihere would be 122 civilian ' iobs lost in Utah: 106 at Tooele.-. Army Depot, two at Dugway, ' and four in the Salt. Lake Intel- "" igence group in the U.S. Army Engineers South Pacific Area i ; )ffice. The Army said the cut- , : acks, to be completed by June-- " 30, would result in an annual · · saving of $1,0-18,000. The Air Force told Moss' of- ice seven military and 31 civil- an jobs at Hill Air Force Base--' '· vould be cut back by the end of.... r he year for an annual saving of. _, 382,ooo. ;;'.; 19th Ave;, told police' Monday that his two-lone green 1953 Chevrolet, license JA 2468, was stolen from the 1600 block on 15lh Avenue. Cars Prowled Merchant Patrolman Kingman Harding reported at 12:50 a.m. Tuesday that sveral cars park- rocedures in claim servicing. |ed at 'Texaco Service Station lis year some 175 claim em-jat 13th Street and U. S. 85 by- oyees will attend classes there. | pass had been prowled. Your Insurance (Life) )ining Club Named : - - : n Honor of Spy : ' " CAMBRIDGE, England (AP) -- Cambridge University has a ·'''·'. ew dining club named in hon- c ' ~ r of Harold A.R. (Kim) Phily, the double agent who spied for ttie Soviets while a British" intelligence officer. · Philby was at Trinity College before graduating in the early 1930s. He fled to Russia in 1963 when about to be named as third man in the notorious Bur- gess-Mad.can spy scandal. Guy Burgess is now dead. Philby and Donald MacLean still live in Moscow. "We do not consider Philby to '·'; have been a traitor," said 20- year-old Derek Newton, chair-. .man of the luncheon group : * which meets weekly as the Phil- Club. "He exposed the way;;"; make the same withdrawals' U l c °' d bo v system works--Ihe system that says just because you are at Cambridge you are a · that would depend on the spe-!S ood guy-" cific withdrawal provision in the! Kewlor ' dercribed the club's members as "revolutionary So- pialiclc " their two children). In reading the policy,-to see if I could make a special withdrawal of 81,000 for an operation for one of the [ iad such a right. Do I also iave this right? likefy that $1,000 would be permitted. Just one thing should be kept in mind--that, if you withdraw any of the "priricip'ul" children, I see that my sister of the policy proceeds, the fu. lure income payments will have to be proportionately reduced. Answer: You are what is-The income paid must relate called secondary beneficiary of to the lotal funds available and your brother-in-law's policy and it is a general practice among he life insurance companies that there is no substantial dif- 'erence in the treatment of withdrawal privileges between primary and secondary benefici- ries. But there can be exceptions, so you should check your insur- mcome payments would have lo be somewhat lower. All queries or questions can'vaiued at $1,1 cialisls. Burglars Burglarize Burglar Alarm Firm .BERWICK, Pa. (AP) _ A. Berwick firm that had just been granted a franchise to sell and install burglar alarm systems was burglarized Friday. Authorities say iiiiev'es gained entrance by smashing a plate if those are reduced,_ then the glass window in the showroom. They took a color television set and other electronic equipment be sent !o Paul Hendren, CI,U, publicity chairman, 3001 8th Ave., Greeley. Yon wilf receive a personal response to' your letter from society headquarters. The owners of S'.eward Sound Systems Co. said Ihey had intended to make their first installation at their own store but the burglars got (here first. Police are still investigating.

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