Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 15, 1976 · Page 22
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 22

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, March 15, 1976
Page 22
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21 ( i U K K I . K Y K'olo.i TRIBUNE Man,,March 15,I97« BEHIND VOLVO'S NEW FRONT END YOU'LL ACTUALLY FIND A NEW FRONT END. Every year, il seems, car makers find some new way to make llie uulsiiles (if I heir cars appear more "luxurious'.' While underneath, their ears slay pretty much the same. At Volvo, we take a less superficial view of dianue. Which is why the new front end on the luxurious Volvo 264 is more than just a fancy nose job. Behind those graceful new lines, there's a new front sus|ieiision which lakes curves more gracefully. Compared to our previous suspension, Volvos new spring-strut suspension reduces roll by as much as 25'.';. during high-s|eed cot nci ing. And il gives you a smmther ride, even over rough, washlxiard roads. You'll also find u new light alloy, overheat! cam V-6 with fuel injection. A lighter engine means a lighter car. And that together with a new transmission with lower gear ratios gives Volvo heller acceleration. We've also turned to a new, more responsive ly|"e of steering: power-assisted rack and pinion. In a \ear when every ear maker is claiming to have sonielhina new. it's hard to find something thai really is. Which is why many thoughtful people are attracted to Volvo. I Jnlike a lot of car makers who mnvly put up a front. Volvo I'ives you something to hack it up. VOLVO 264: - flit*IIIMIIA carfnrjx'uplci\hnthink. Ehrlich Motors, Inc. 2733 8th Avenue · Phone: 353-5333 "Besides selling and servicing Volvos, we also lease Volvos." Housing lack a problem in Prague PK AC UK, Czechoslovakia (AIM -- Housing shortages have forced many Czech families In cram three generations into a single housing unit, usually a nol-loo-large apartment in ;i nrffahrirnlnd hnnsp Now Prague archilects are planning three-generation units which would fully respect (lie iict'ds of all the generations, C/ech youth daily Mlada Kronta reported recently. Tlie pattern until nnw was that young married couples, unable to get an apartment immediately, stayed on with their parents, often even when children were born. None had privacy and stress situations developed, sometimes leading to divorces. When the young family was finally allocated a flat, new problems arose. Where grandparents were willing to give a helping hand to their employed daughter or daughter-in-law, and the young were willing to help llicir parents with heavier work such as window cleaning when they lived together, the trip In a new housing estate where the young family now lived made this mutual assistance impractical. The new idea is to build three-generation units. The unit designed for grandparents, though connected by a door with (he flat of the children. would he self conlninrd and sound-proofed to ensure priva- ry. Yel the plan would foster mutual assistance, cutting down the need lxl)i for nursery schools and for old peoples' homes and creating a more fa- vnrnblc and stable climate for all family members. CI.KVKI.A\DQUAHTKT TO TEACH AT EASTMAN' ROCHKSTKR, N.Y. ( A P ) The Cleveland Quartet will join the faculty of the University of Knchi'sler's Kaslman .School of Music, brginnin^ ;r, the 1D7R 77 academic year. 'Ilicn- vvili .ilsu bo a com- jM'lilion in select a quarlei of gradu.ilf string .students v;ln will study with Ihe Cleveland Quartet and assist them in thrir uork at the school. Gree/ey from the air, looking northwest Tin's aerial view of (Jreeley shows right jHtrtion, most of Greeluy, with Holn campus, of l lie University of No them Col of Ihe photo, anil the plains I wns, Kal Nunn toward tlw lop of pholo. I. S. H:i a H.K. enter thr picture at button center a right Ihrougb (Jreek-y before- noving d art ol Kvans, lower es Campus. Ihe wesl orado near the center in. Anil. Pierce and id the Union Pacific- id swings toward Ihe igonally toward Ihe left. Kxlreme lop of pbolo at skyline is Wyoming. Other features include Grcclcy Mall, at left just below center; the city reservoirs and water lank at Reservoir Hoad and 23rd Avenue, just above Grcclcy Mall in photo; Scclcy I-iki 1 , dark circular area a third of the way in from the left in upper part of photo, and the old Monfort Feed Lots, a third of (lie way in from right on same level as Sceley l^ike. and CIreeley factory of (!reat Western Sugar at extreme right half way up. (Plwto for the Tribune by \ju\v Dakan) Sale Prices Good March 15 through March 27 -Levi's Leisure Suits- Jackets Reg. $25 PantS Reg. $16 COMPLETE SUITS OQ88 tm%/ Reg. $41 -Lee Leisure Suits- SELECTGROUP i i i JllAQ i^rlfOTC / / JabnClO Reg. $30 t*L Pants Reg . $,7 $ 13 49 COMPLETE SUIT -Lee Rider- perma prest pants C H E C K S . . . SOLIDS P I N S T R I P E S Reg. $12.49 »9 98 pair 2 for *18 87 's- SHIR S TS Sizes 12-22 Values to $12 95 Reg. $47 ·NM^B Men's and Children's INSULATED VESTS Reduced Woods Western Wear The Best Of Your Western Needs ^ J 111 llthAve. Greeley Open 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 'til 8:00 p.m. Friday

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