Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 27, 1973 · Page 13
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 13

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, April 27, 1973
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14 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Fri,, April 27,1973 DON COOK DON COOK DON COOK DON COOK DON COOK DON COOK a man who is for children and their future through education fora good life. DON COOK Greeley Board of Education 6 year term Sponsored by Employees and Friends of School District No. 6 The Punle with Mt Built-in Chuckle AReorronge letters of the " four scrambled · words below to form four simple words. C E K H E L 1 i D A C Y D I N 0 B T A k t i B S U L E T A b Goldwater says he was victim of bugging « PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP - water said. "A bachelor across water said, "I believe the ques- Sen. Barry Goldwater says he the hall caught on and said, lion will be cleared up and that ___ was the victim of political bug- 'Hey, 1 bring chicks up here high-ranking Democrats will be^ g Bine durine his unsuccessful and 1 don't want to get caught.' involved and that both parties-- ging during his unsuccessful and 1 don't want to get caught.' involved and lhat both parties bid for the presidency in 1964. So I didn't say anything; I Just will be glad when it's over. "I was bugged by the other took my clippers and dis- side and paid no attention to mantled the thing." it," the Arizona Republican told ---· - . a group of Phoenix Heard Mu- On the current controversy (his monlh to clarify the Water- seum supporters Wednesday. over the Republican break-in g ale affair when "the fat calsi- "They had even put television and bugging of Democratic na- O f (he parly were telling m e . monitors across the elevator in tional headquarters in Washing- there would be no more dough:. my apartment building," Gold- ton's Watergate complex, Gold- for the national party. Goldwater said he decided to call on President Nixon earlier' Bride: The girl who quit playing ball with the boys after she made a good --. 1-2! n Complete the chuckle quoted ^ by filling in the missing word you develop from step No. 3 below. · PRINT NUMBERED LETTERS IN " THESE SQUARES A UNSCRAMBLE ABOVE LETTERS v TO GET ANSWER 1 3 3 4 5 Scram-Lets answer on page 31 People in the news RENO, Nev. (AP) -- William Harrah, owner of Reno and Lake Tahoe casinos, has filed for divorce from his fourth wife, former model Roxene Carlson. Harrah asked Washoe District Court Wednesday for a divorce on grounds of incompatibility. He said the couple had no community property. Miss Carlson, 32, and Harrah, 61, were married last Oct. 15 at Harrah's home at Tahoe. It was his fourth marriage and her second. NEW YORK (AP) ·- Gloria Steinem, the feminist and editor, says women do not expect sympathy or empathy in news coverage, but she says, "We want accuracy." Speaking to the 87th annual meeting of the American Newspaper Publishers Association on Wednesday, Mrs. Steinem criticized stories that discribed women by dress or physical attributes but did not treat men .the same way. A Washington newspaper account of her testifying before a congressional committee on equal rights described her as '"blonde, miniskirted Gloria Steinem, but did not report on the head of the committee as 'brunet, vested Birch Bayh,"'. she said. .WASHINGTON (AP) - Robert T. Carson, a former aide to Sen. Hiram L. Fong, R-Hawaii, has been granted parole by the U.S. Board of Parole. Carson had been sentenced to 18 months in prison on conspiracy and perjury charges. He was convicted of being the prime mover in a conspiracy to bribe then-Deputy Atty. Gen. Richard G. Kleindienst and was sentenced on Nov.14,1972. The board denied parole to Collie Leroy Wilkins and Eugene Thomas, Klu Klux Klan members from Alabama who were convicted on civil rights charges in the gunshot slaying of civil rights worker Mrs. Viola Liuzzo in March 1965. LOS ANGELES (AP) - Sylvester "Sly" Stewart, leader of the rock musical group Sly and the Family Stone, must stand trial on charges of possession of marijuana and possession of cocaine, says Municipal Court Judge Max B. Zimmerman. In ordering Stewart to appear in Superior Court May 9, the judge Wednesdey dismissed two other counts, possession of a drug known as PCP and possession for sale of an allegedly hypnotic drug known as placi- dyl. Stewart was arrested at his home last Feb. 2 by police who said they found almost a pound of marijuana and nearly a half- ounce of cocaine. - Clearance Sale Of New 1972 Models and Custom Built 1973 Display Homes SAVE UP TO MOOO 00 12x60 WAYSIDE 2 BDRM. FURNISHED (Deluxe) $ 6875°°-You Pay '5975°° 14x60 WAYSIDE 2 BDRM. FURNISHED (Deluxe) $ 7495°°-You Pay '6695°° OUR LOSS-YOUR GAIN! 14x80 WAYSIDE 3 BDRM. FURNISHED (Deluxe) $ ll,345 00 -YouPay $ 10,333 00 14x65 TRENTON 2 BDRM. FURNISHED (Bar) $ 9795°°-You Pay '8995°° 14x70 TRENTON 2 BDRM. FURNISHED (2 Baths) Above Units Carpeted Superbly Furnished-- Must See To Appreciate! BANK TERMS-LOW DOWN PAYMENT MARTIN MOBILE HOME SALES 3211 10th St. You'll find everything for your car at Wards! PARTS SERVICE INSTALLATION AAOMTGO/WER 1 NOW RESIDENTS OF WELD COUNTY! You can shop Wards newest auto service center in the new Greeley Mall on Highway 34 By-pass at 23rd Avenue. Hurry in and take advantage of these fabulous coupon specials. You must bring the coupon with you. WHEEL BALANCE FRONT WHEEL BEARINGS C COUPON GOOD UNTIL May 2nd AMERICAN CARS WITH DRUM BRAKES INSTALL SHOCKS C FRONT END ALIGNMENT 88 COUPON GOOD UNTIL May 2nd MO ST AMERICAN MADE CARS REGULAR 5 2.50 BRAKE ADJUSTMENT 99 COUPON GOOD UNTIL f f Nol including May 2nd Sell «d|«tmmt AMERICAN CARS WITH DRUM BRAKES COUPON REGULAR 5 2.00 CAR LUBRICATION 49 COUPON GOOD UNTIL May 2nd American Cars With Drum Brakes ft 6re«se Zerti Open 8 a.m. toy p.m. Mon. thru Fri. GREELEY MALL 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday Highway 34 By-Pass 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday afMrdAve. SHOCK SALE! WARDS SUPREM! SHOCK AISORIER LIFETIME REPLACEMENT GUARANTEE SAVE 5" ON PAIR Word brondi (any b re nth having in- ilatlolion fotibtl.t. If fruu 1m la I lotion Included! -ill. .,!d*n.* of purchoit. IWi guarantee doet nol appljr to ihock obiwbtn inilalUd on tomnnrdot vthi en auto accident. LIFETIME GUARANTEED WARDS SUPREME SHOCKS Our finest shock has an exclusive nylon piston sleeve that reduces friction for long life and smooth rides! REG. 29.99 PR. FRONT OR REARLEVELERS Keep car stable while carrying heavy loads or extra passengers. REG. 14.99 PR. TOWN COUNTRY SHOCKS-9.88 PR WARDS RIVERSIDE" SUPREME BRAKE SHOE LIFETIME REPLACEMENT GUARANTEE whlth Intlalled, Montgomery Wart will furnlih free replacement) for any I Rlvertlde Supreme Brake Shoei which | fail for any reoion. Return brc tho.t to any Montgomery Ward I branch with evidence of purchoie. | Intlallallon available at any Mont- lion focilllUi for a normal Im fa I la I Ion I charg*. Th!i gtfaranUn do«i not apply | a k* ihoii In.falUd on eommti vthklii or to beak* itio*. dama In an auto accident. IOW COST INSTALLATION AVAILABLE 15.99 EXCHANGE SUPREME B R A K E SHOES- LIFETIME GUARANTEED! Minimum, fade and quick re IXCHONGI covery Guaranteed for as · «*77 long as you own your car I A PR REG. 9.99 DELUXE B R A K E __ SHOES, NOW '. / PR LOW COST I N S T A L L A T I O N A V A I L A B L E WARDS Open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday GREELEY MALL Highway 34 By.pass at 23rd Ave.

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