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C*n Track ·H CHEVROLL-I tl Cuouc r u\ l^jai condition- 155-4211 afu» " VuK SALt-l*6» Kenl Hiil»o«. la- rrflnit cocailion. PiKM 1H-J1M. I U K S A L t -- IXA Dodje. Good eondi- ;;'..,. HM- C'!l JSM»1»- ft l\'t; J.^i't nac lb« . t i l «« il for ou- ^Wildcat, 2 Field Ventures Among Latest Weld Activity i tjr you M.BI.J One uiidcal \euture and luolSouth Field. 21 mUet easl and two i. u«..kim Auujmore field ventures have been an-lnorth ol Kersev. 6 GrwUy Men M«it With Advisory . c. Jnounced (or Weld County by Ihei The well is centered SW NE. 2 Stale Oil and tjas Consc-r^atwnlsN^lW and will lest the Skull ^.. U t L A l K l-*«f. r .jbl«r. like n-w: or Its* l.u, hirduw. Lo» mlU.I«. b. ,,,,, u.rMT can. IU-MU. owl 195* Lincoln 4-d. pu.rr. HUM aell. V """' ^''[Commission". »f »"""· N'« Baiter Duncan will Six Greeley men met recently wilh Ihe special programs advisory board, now working with th* Colorado Stale Unhersiiy Extension Service on aduli educalion. The men were: Ralph Fan. Ft. Collins Girl Hurt in .county ind S'i m3es nuth and Sat.. Nov. 21. 1962 CREE1.EY T R I B L N E Pat« H : quarter mile '*esl ol Kurt Lvp- On Highway 87 1 Creek to 6.730. · wild-: The third well will be drilled! cat , the Fred and Flovd Schmeec-ion the Fred-Nicklas No. 1, cen- kit No. 1. three miles southwest : of lered SW NE 27-8N-56W. two mDes northeast of Stoneham. . JFlood, 1603 Uth Ave.: Carroll Gilbert. 1917 llth Ave.. Kenneth Monfort. north o( Greeleyi 1- G. Spal T^TTvToK cltanini inJ r»r.lriruc VxJ radlaujn. All Urpa of aulo , r j truck relalrini. John Tkompioi ('·rax* Ml fcUl Avt.. Of 116 N. "^ A , » . I5J.1MJ- 4 Ail* Tnltan SI The well is centered b\V SW'j This venture, in an unnamed 12-7N-S7-W and is scheduled to testjfield, will lesl Skull Creek at Ihe Skull Creek zone al 6.1JO (eel 5,800 feet. lobit ding. 1801 13th St.: William H Webster. 2223 12lh St. Kd. The men are members of the Fort Collins i Pacheco, suffered lacera- Forest Ranger, Killed by his The autopsy w a s performed bv ,Dr Kau'. I'rich. El Pa^i County coroner He said, before the tu- /r* edge of the m U M U A l U C I uiawn \^,^ , ha , lhe cuuple had prob- Robibon said another \e- MQSl'MENT'AP- -- An auiou-jabli died from lack of oxygen, was approacr.ino trom li'..,-y performed Kridry (libclused'.tir.ie a aas healer in the cabin Da d ^Monoxide p 0 i SO n mom Community The girl was a passenger in a 1953 auto being driven by Ernest board, comprised of business and Sanchez of Fort Collins. Hignu-ay F riR SALE-IMI c««r h..in t . rh. !»·:»». rTu SALK--1 1°"- - ^k-*! l ' a i ' r - l -!rri bM. 11" Tiioidad SI.. E » « . | i^"s Mi 10 T R A I L E R . I brin».r^ Irl.,a ".hi. Brifhtun or HriEhloo 6 S M i t l Duncan also announced plans lo: drill the two field ventures. One!*-., will be drilled on the Williams No. 1. el al in the Grease* ood- CALCUTTA - About 140 cases 1 1 of alleged smuggling of goeds by ; sea, land, air were delected by I the Preventive Department of | Calcutta Customs during May jTlre goods included gold, precious {stones, jewelry, currency, and I textiles. One person was leaders from northeast Colorado. damaged about $200. Garcia .-, a y Norton. 25 and his Mile A r - p i e had beep, married about a 'lent-. 22. were found late Wednes-|ear. His wife was a native of dav at their i-a'uin nca;- here.iliazeilun. Kiin. In the Courts Diitrict C«irt Jury Rtturnt Guilty Vtrdkl Ewald Ralph Kler. 51. of Gree,le}-, was found cuiliv of lakine in- decenl l under n connection with alleged snug gling b; air of gold valued al over 150.000. « «;lo Aup 4 by a jury in District " 'Court here Wednesday afternoon. Judct- IXinald A. I'arpenler. who presided al the one-day trial gave the defendant 10 days lo file a motion for a new trial. N.-Ac C «,nt Mercury Space Problems Said Almost Licked By MAX B. SKELTON AP-Astro- leather Razzed iy Communist Jnions in Japan KYOTO. Japan (AP - Waller _ ' . Reuther, vice president of the AFL-C10 was greeted wilh cries 'go borne, capitalist spy" by pro- Communist unionists in this an- cienl Japanese capital Friday. Reulher and his party of Unilei Aulo Workers, however, also received a welcome from seven hundred unkmisls when they ar rived for Iheir one-day lour o Kyoto. Aboul 70 unionists surrounded Patrolman Will Kagonara reported the car went off the highway into a borrow pit. then relumed , th« road and rolled over The auto was estimaied i total oss. Truck and C« Ctll*. A 1952 truck driven by Harold Long of Rt- 1. Greeley, was dam- disease ,~ .nDmiimatelv S125 when it TM»1 ul1 ; al»Ll 20 miles north o! Colorado- Malaria Campaign MONACO - The new stamp Springr soon due for issue in Monaco is officials said ihere were no ; Paris Diners Treed one of ihe issue. 1 - which are being| S jgn5 0 [ !oul play. aged approximately S125 collided with a car on a counly road one mile south of Milliken about 1:15 p.m. Friday. _ PARIS--One Parisian reslau- made by nearly a hundred coun-^ Edga:- Pal:am. superintendc-nt;rant has its dmin; tables and tries in "support ol the I'niled Na- ,,[ the U.S. Forest Service nurs-jchws set on a platform in a huge lions' campaign to rid ihe world er y. discovered'Jie bodies He hadichcstnut tree of malaria. A? ihe germs of tiiif -disease are carried by certain itoes. the tamp has a v i e w ; of a swamp where mosquitoes! breed. : \rrtlrr :.. I h ' J b««l. Dr ; Mercury'i problems ' » i ' ! ' f c n d a n t ' 9 release from jail was overcome. Reuther's car in front of the rail, road sUtion and shouted abuse for hboul 10 minules. There wii no Long was going south and! struck i 195» auto being driven east by Alvin K. Wiles of Boulder, Highway Patrol Sgl. Joe Hall reported. The right Ironl ol lhe truck hit the left side of ih- car. The auto was damaged an estimated MOO. Jrittwipt *·*· Car Cecil Maria Bums of Fort Lupon escaped injury when the 1954 auto she was driving sideswiped \OTHT; ^KTrr r c«.HBi r sel al K.tWJ, returnable Dec. 3. Cooper is on schedule to make Coi was accused of giving a KO the nation's longest space trip-- ·hit-k draw non the Weld County JIB orbits of the earth in U hours ilw"«, Bank, in which he had no ac-|-in February or March violence and no arrests were made. The demonstrators belonged lo the pro-Communist All Japan Automobile Transportalion Workers a car parked on the edge of a :uni. on Sept 21 lo Dewey and g business i al La Salle. "We have pretty well rallied allj Union, Kyoto Prefectural Government Workers Union and Kyoto .Teachers Union, police said. Iris Jones doing business as lhe of lhe skeletons out of the closcl."' VOTICK TO rnEniTom Shepard said as lhe two were in- EHM. ot SARAH M. JAMES, I lervicwed at the National Acro-|"*" d N,, ;,nj: \ir\r\r Cabana, For fi i :4 II. Mihusony damage complain! District Court by j l i e n c and Harvey Krautichun ol T n l l f r . s.La Salle and their Ivro sons, Gary, FARM SALE MONDAY, Nov. 26, 1962 -; Slartim; at 1:00 I'.M. i Located 2' · miles easl of Greeley on 8th St. Road. r i We will t e l l at p u b l i c a u c t i o n (or M e l v l n Meyer on above Im.ntioned date located 2' , milei ea.i of Greek), on 8th St. roH 'the f o l l o w i n g : _ ,, ir , 1948 John Deere "A" Tractor .ingle front: Power T r e l . J D ii"M" Tractor with 6-row beet and bean cultivator: Ford Trader. i . .. . . - _ , u... u.j p thii truck i- '" *1 - . ,, ., , " M " riclor w - r w h^" 1 ', 1 ,,;,;',, :"^1 *-X · - I ' . il939 Ford V 2 ton truck wilh good beet bed, thi. t ^-m-n'v Co' M »· w»i,l .-v.niv 'condition: 6-row beet and bean cultivator for A or in.I ilp..!ril:K 10 ut'c'. · h a l l Me « r r l l ! r i ! ·.he s.iid Co\:rl jn r » m h e r 27. ll'f.Ii M A R T I. Vii».-Mir. ' - r I j t f ' . r wl'.li l l f - Nov. :i. \OTICE Ikl Dl.lrlr. O.rt tkc t o « « t ) ·' w «" Sl.lr .1 Col»f.4« vi Ar-iion ^ 1. .-' - I V THE M A T T K R OF THF.) P E T K P . M I X A T I O X O F I N - t TEHK3TS I X T H K LANDS) P.. K » In A-1 B John Oecrt; conauion. n-iu« u t t . o M w -.-.. New Idea Trail t y p e mower. 1 year old: New Idea rlke, AC T a n d e m Disc, 8-tt.: JD 3-section harroW: new JD rotary hoe 3- section- Case Tumble Plow. 16-in.; MM plow, wagon -n rubber with beet bed; IHC 3-section jprlngtoolh: IHC m a n u r e ipreidtr: f-OZXKNS ; M a n u r e spreader on steel: wooden f l o a t ; JD corn, beet and bl.n k x t '-" v r ' i p l a n t e r , 4-row: D u n c a n h y d r a u l i c m a n u r e loader; rubber tired Tr'i'k'.''* 'wagon with beet bed. New Heath blade: 3 section harrow; JD !i. !*.:. ig.fl. disc: 3-point corn cultivator: 3-point Fird plow; daml and tubes Loti of cultivator tools, misc and labor f u r n i t u r e . ! ' H O R S E S 6 S h e t l a n d mares, from f i v e to n i n e years old, bred, id i 4-year old Shetland stallion. i 1 g e l d i n g broke to drive with cart and harneu. nautics and Space Administration 1 *|' Manned Spacecraft Center here. |**^'"f. "There are problems, of course, l^'jj,"' but all of the major ones havc|i,,i !n i h e our.ly. il« ih u n i y Court of (IniBhed an d Konald. 14, against . . , n-dKnod outilde. L l i i u c C |irirle Walter Sylvester. t by the l,o ,, it n.-,l a n y w h o r f . Dud l^nt.iplamtilfs in connection wilh a S l i a i r Nu. 'Jl. ll«un TriMerjlr.iclor-tar collision last June 21 Court. Suuili Hlwajr No. 86. O n the Godfrey Bottom road ap- "prosimately 52 miles easl of the jrosd's junction with Colo. 60. I The tractor was being dri\ en by Sylvester. Mrs. Kraulschun vr; I driving the auto and the two boys I were passengers in the vehicle iretty well been solved." Cooper|« r «J d cllln " " hl! iVi'n rt»y r -t M»v- ! ' 63 - » bt f °" v ' r laid Shepard. lhe first American spaceman, is Ihe backup pilrn for Cooper's flight Cooper said lie 15 delighted with '.is sclcclion and said he was nol discouraged by his longihy waii m drawing the assignment. Cooper is the rixth of the ^ nal seven aslronauis to be selected for Lions Club Has Talk by Dr. Leo Kelly IV \rv Kelly, upecial edui lion instructor at Colorado Slate Cullecc. told the 1-ions Club Uiis «eck ihil CSC has developed the _ greai«l. mo* comprehensive spe- to ^« h ^f* wkv um ,,,,, cial education program in «"'!,,,,,,,, h i t mlf ... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Thc or early Februar)'. _.,, ,,(! Tlicy said briefly, the i special educa-!- 1 -'' lion proprams Bl CSC, Including lifln ' 1 . - »ork with the deal and haid of bulfln: ' b l l l j lor Mrs ' lienrmn. visimlly handicapped, A d m l n l B i r a i : ! .Id. " · - · ' . of laid Enl'.e A t t o r n e y . . T'lr l i r e e l ' y fia'.'.v T y l b u n e Xov 1" I T " !(. lite. 1. »'-- MTIC-K OK F 1 V . M . «F.TTLEME.\T In Ibr CouBtr I'oarl IH and I tkr f i m n l r of ViVId M.lr of ( o l u m d KSTATK O^°:HAKI.I;.^ K. .MC-! J h ° r « »"· .-OY. a l s r - l,.....uii as '.'. t M c - | 1 f i l l y colt. COY. D*L«aserl. ^ ^^ ,|Thls is a nice sale of clea, 'rirTHFf «TATE h.v-'l'.'l'ed'iny'f'nal feLor': i:I r . e j f a r m i n g and e v e r y t h i n g "oiinly C o u r t uf \\ t]«l 0 - u n l y . | C o l o r a d o , a n d t h a i a n y I'erv d e ^ l r i r . p to o h j e r ' '." l n « .«ai l h a l : f i l e i v - r i i t e n objf^'.i'.n w.lh h* said Co'.:i; . n or b e f o r e De- ·i^inb'r 1 OF M A R T THE . OF C01.HRADO: To D o r n t h v M n r r i l l . Cl«!oh.. l l f l f n H u l J e . tn . ·--(fit. I.a«r«ucf Cielohi. W n!am r i » l o i i » leao f a r m sells. Plan farm mach-nery. to attend. M c l v i n Is quitting A l f r e d ., m . ,nu.,.. P . o b f r l C l i l o l i R . M a r v L1». G e r i M C i t l o b a . N"- m, ' P i . r « md H a r v i - y l i e l o h a . o[ M a r y Cielolia. d f ]! jier. B oni wli" arf be h e l r n of r^ald d e n i l p t r B o n a I n i e r - J l STATE OF COLORADO ) C O t r N T V OK WF.l.D. ' In ll'.f PlJlr'.r: C o u r t . Case N · lor '.hi CouiU! A N D ' j ' . 5 1 ? ( w i t h i n and 1 !of W r l d . t'olorrtdo. space flight. A heanl T J I J ! , s ,, En , Pl» A f T O phyHcally handicapped kpeerli handicapped. Dr. Kelly said modern trends arc mnkinB job placement lor the haiidic.-.pped Increasingly dilll cull. He s,;iid auloiralion is reducing jnlu although the population in Ihr I'.S. is growing by three mil- linn per year. Dr. Kelly also pointed out that the trend toward luxury items re- diues mestlc help. Incurred as a result] h t l r i M l v cea!*-d 'f or c l a i m in "^"'·G'REET^T.S-. Tilt* N n i i r e t h a t a p e l l l l o n h a i bur. f i l e d In iliii r a u i e nl lha; ih* abr.ve n a m e de'erd'ni died I f i v l n f t h e f o l I r t n - l n n d f i r n h e d r«al p r o p f r i · l i u a i e In i h e C i t y "f C.rejl'v my of «'«lfl- Stale of Colo- radr.. t o - ^ ' l l : The W'esl SO (en of Lol! N i . i t l » i a n d Ttn l l t l . 1" l i l c f k Four ( 4 1 , A v l i n l l o n Parl;, accordinl lo lhe r e c o r d ed map or plat i h t r e o f . T h a i lh« p e l l l l o n nimer. i n i iljovt n a m t d p e r s o n ! a.« heirs al la* 1 ol d e c e d e n t . Vou are n o l i r l . d I n annr-r nld pn-lllon w i l h i n i»-«nly C01 a f t e r personal s e r v i c r N o t l r * T. y o - . o: T\-H ub'l'lcttlon of t h i s Notice, i f erved by p u b l i c a t i o n ; and In de- a u l l of an a n n w e r the C o u r t .lit proceed 10 hear I h f m a t t e v der e i p l r a t l o n of lhe li«i P«- rlod for answer. G r e i l e y . Colorado. r of Novmioer. US' PATRICIA SCHHA.M. Depiuy Clerk of nsld Cour; Th'f Clreelfy Dally Trlh.irf Xov. IT. !(. Drc, 1. !. US! The U . - e f U y S a l l o n a l H a n k , I G r e t l e v . Coli.radu . l;y H c ' w a r t l I. C i - r b P l ' . A i i i s i a m Tr'Jf. O f f i c e r o r n e y p f o r t h e E « l a i e . T h e t i r e e l e y D a i l y T r i b u n e Nov. :·. IT. :i. Dec. i. is?:. OT1CE 01' F I L I . v n OF P E T I T I O N FOR B K T E B M I N A T I O . V OF H E i n S H I P In Ihr Coumy Court STATE OF C O L O R A D O DAIRY AUCTION Wednesday, November 28, 1962 Starling al 7:00 p. m. At lhe Weld County Livestock Commission Co. Sales Pavilion We w i l l sell al p u b l i c auction for Mr. V. J. Dunton. Wednetdly, . N o v e m b e r 28. 1962. starting at 7:00 P. M. Jharp, 74 h d - o J h ' B ' t y p e Hoi. Cows and Hfrs. with 33.9 Units of Denver M i l k Bill. ! 37 cows in milk production now. 33.9 unit! of Denver M i l k Ball. ' 18 Cows are heavy springers. : 4 1st calf springer htrs. 1 8 y e a r l i n g hfrs. 7 hfr. calves from 4 months lo 1 year om. Diitd al lh!i Hlh .' OF Tr. .Ml GKK.F.TIN'- T A K K N O T 1 C F lha: '.liere h a ? .em ;il.°d In s.iid « * i a l f a pe- i l l . j n aF'.,lr,B ("r a ..i:dicUl as- cf n n i r . m e n l and d e i e n u i n a i i o i i he:r? «.f FV.I'.I aeceRFed. anrl sf:r.r.g l ^ n h ll'-r. 1 . tht 1 r.;iraes. adrlre«3ep. a n d r o i R L l o 11 ii"i - o n ? w l - n nre or c'.a.·.-.-. u. 1." l.*"irs '. ^ n i i i At- sed. 13 f.ir ss kr.nvr. M 111, l.ee V. rUu T H Nonh Vir.eyaril. Mc=a. AriiL-na Hus- NOTICF: OF FILIM; or PETTTIOX KOIl a n d Ile said Ihe mobility o( the popuialinn makes il harder lor the hnndicupped to adapt, ("ol- le^i? [heroes arc becominp mnie and more important hut II is hard for the hnndienpped lo gel dc- HUTS, he said. Two nirw mcinlx'rs were accepted into the 1-ions Clul). Tliry were: U. Col. Cnlvin K. F.v.ms. commander of Ihc CSC AK-ltOTC IVlaclimcnl. and Dean Clay. Weld :of the accident. skuU fracture and other injuries in the ac'. cldent. according to the complaint, and J7.500 In d.-imBgcs are sought in his bchall lor pain and luffcrinj!. Damages of H.500 nre nsked on bcliall of Ronald for pain and suffering resulting from u laccrnlcd tongue and other in. juries received in the crash. 1 Dlvom Complllnti ee divorce coniplainls anc maintenance complninl TUUSTEK OK WELD COU'KAnO. M O H A W K ( - O M T A N V C.AV JOHNSON'F T1RK rOMPAST nil* HATES lU'BrtEH ^OMTANY, on n crr- NFW YOHK--Hunters in the lain licit, deed or morl»as» lh« 1 c '" , , . ... U m ot Kouneen Ttiouiaiid Seven 6-lo-19 age bracket arc most lute- ]| u n d r r l i Thirteen and ss ·toe- to «hool others or be shot.| They account for 46 percent of Hinting accidents and 39 percent if the victims. Six hundred to BOO people die in hunting accidents in lhe United Stales each car British Special Elections Show Laborites Gain were filed in District Court. Tnc . ·, divorce comploinl5 were as fol- t l C C t l O H S JllOW lows: Mn. Joy E. Veilcy, 1605 lllh Ave. aijainM Molxrt fi. Vesley. They worn married here June !.! LONDON lAP'-Thc Conscrva I Ml', and have one child. 'jive party has lost two seats lo Nnrnia J. lli.ickwcll Johnshiw n asainsl KenncL 1 ! Dislrirt oxeculivc. ol A. nliirkwcll. Married April I, 1950, at lixSianapolis. I"! *«y have At Hospital two children. Alfred A. Apodaca of Windsor ng.iinsl Mrs EliTflheih 1.. Apoda- t a . They were married in Grecs, I'-fiii. and have one lley Oct. Dismissed from Weld Cnunly child Onornl llosplt.nl Friday. Nov. M . I The separate niaiiil Laborilos and hail closp calls in winning Iliree olher traditional Tory strongholds in five special inriiamcnlary elections. Balloting Thursday lo fill vacancies in the House ol Com-j J mons look place against ;i bat-V- ground of rising unemployment and mounting controversy J H . 7 1 3 . 9 S l and In and by v l r t u t f said decree and order of ule, t h e n n d e r p l p n * 1 d R o b e r l A, t l f b S b r r l f f . C o u n t y o f W e l d , n u of C o l o r a d o , riin a u l h o r l x e d , I r o r l f r l and c n i p o w e r e d t o ei- nr-r- f n r sale c e r t a i n p r o p e r t y e r r l n n t u r d e s c r l l - e d , ai public in:l!on. a f l r r p l v l n s n o t i c e of IIP t i m e And place o , , - n r d i i i E lo lhe courea a" d prac- l.-e n r t h e l a w r f l n l l v e t o salt .r r r a l e.vtale u m l c r e x e c u t i o n r' i h r r u r p o - i e i( r e a M l l n p Ihl a n i m i n i !^ f o u n d due t h e p l a m l l f · a f o r o r - a i d . \ v l l h I n t p r e p t . ror-ls in said * a l f . Now. t t i e r r l n r e . p u b l i c n o l i c i l.erpliy iflvrn llial I w i l l , on llrremlie'r t. 1H2 al the h o u r o r n t i ' r l u c l ; In ilie f o r p n o o n o b u t i l a y . .it l l i e east f r o m d o n n l!i^ C o u n l y Cotll-l M O U B O . 1 f i r p c l c j . Cnur.'.y of ^rt'eld. ftn S l H t e «'f C n l i i r a t l o . Brll and d i a pi..r of !lie v r o p r r l y . l y l n r t an V-elnpt dclcfminntion of Prime Minister; itcnancc com Harold Macmilian lo lake Dritain, Prnclni IW/i fllh Ave :'plaint w a s hied by Mrs. Mary M. (icmld Snapp, I'.WI Till Ave.: . If.lj lllh St.. against David rhael Wollach, JIM 24lh St. H d i l M i l l e r . They were manned in Deborah Brown, inm l l l h St.-.jlireeley Sept. 16. 1MH. and have Mrs Joseph IliBhlowrr. .liihnv'fmir children, three of whom are town; Mrs. Una MctlUHl. 911 inh.nmv achills and sell-supporting. A.ve.: Mrs. Itnberl Muslim. U27- 10th Ave.: Mrs. Diirolhea linker. 1015 Blh St.; Mrs. M a i y Itird.;' iMincii Home; Tokiuiru M^'-jplon Federation 7,iki, Crrelcy Nursinp Home;. . _ cieiui while, 722 Mih AVC ct :|Meetmg joon tJo.-ils iinil sun. .lohnslmin. M i s l^slic I V I r i M i n rind rimtltlili'i · '" 1; Mis. l.aura llimles. 1017 Mill \ve ; Mi.s. Kilnn NnvniRer, It" 1 TthSl : U i i i y Uinwelirr. 2225 l' l n SI. into the European Mnrkcl. An impressive showinp hy the I,ilicr.il parly--mnkinrt viptiro-.is attempted since World War normnl t'onscrvalivc strength Thc tide ItCR.nn runninf the Macmillnn (jovernmrnl more thiin n year .".co alter his li|! v i c - tory in Ihe 1959 nstional election It shows nn sipn ol nbiillns Mocmillnn's Ir/TM rims imlil 19W --thouch under (lie Mritisii vsteni OF H E I R S I I i r ]i i k e Co.itCr Cnurl No. «!"R ATE CF COLORADO ) I5S. O U N T T OF WE1.O * THE M A T T K P . OF THF ES- s- _ - wn is E. E. B E H R - P h i l . p V i n e y a r d . H u r l a - i N o r i h V i n pf Pei'.ii. T i l N ^ r i h Mr?:i, A r i z - r . ^ . S^n. H a r r y Pel 1 .".. T M e y a r d . Mesa. A n i P i i a . Mr. V. J. Dunlon. Owner Sale Cond-jcted by the Weld Counly Livestock Commisilon C*. FARM MACHINERY AUCTION Thursday, November 29, 1962 Starling at 1:00 p. m. Located South on Hudson - Kennesbury cutoff lo encI of road then one mile east and one south or 3 easl and on* south of Hudson. Colo. . T h o m a s C r a i p P * f - i i . T M N o n h V i n e y a r d , M e s a . A r i i ^ n i . S o n ( M l n c n . M a r r G r e c o r v P e n l ; . T U N n r i h V i n e y a r d . M C F R . A r i i p n a . Son ( M l n o r V W i l l i a m S h a d e . 10 i P i h A^ t- n\if. (.irf*"ler. Co'.irado i G u : i r d l n n A d L i t t m ) ( ( 0 7 M i n o r C h i l d r e n ) . Y o u a r e h e r e b y n o t i f i e d ( o a p - pp:ir and a n s w e r Hi*- p e t i t i o n ol Hi)-: n o t i c e d n y * r / l e r the las', of t h l ; n o l l e ? ) and - pEOn'E OF THE STATE F C O L O R A D O . To All 1'eisan? I n t e r e s t e d R E N T I N G : TA.KK N O T I C E III*'- "'-"· · ·' fen f i l e d in said csl-i'' » ? f n on a t k l n p for a Jiid-.cul »"crr a l n n i e n l and o e l t r n - . l n a i l n n o h e i r s nf such d e c u s e d . n« e l l t n n f o u r , t h a i t h e n a m e s ddrcsses a n d r f l l l l o n s h l p ' ecensed of all permits ''ho »" r claim to be V.elrs of said o e - l Q f c r f e delermmi-c eased, so far as l.no«-n lo l t i e , h , i r , elltloner. «r" a! follr«-i. lo-wii: Vonne Tr«cy. Ag»l'. lolo- rtdo. Daujhler. France* W. llr-tc. "-0 P^M Fourlh. Colorado Springs. t-o,o- rado. Datifhter. Wlllldin E R e h r l n c . HA P a r k w a y R o a d . G r e e n b e l l . Maryland, Son Harry I.. B.hrlni. Routr «. Prairie Grove, Arkansas. ?on. ' - PthrlnE, Route 1. s e r v r d t w e n t y an a n s w e r er al'l'e.irn'.xv -.'^electric: C u l t i p a c k e r ; I Court will procerd to r e r c l v e a r . d , g _ 16 w j l n ( e r ti|i z er an ll " r l !T°de"""d n " 1 '" ! ;i l ; : - . - - " ; i H » m m e r m i l t : Ford bea , , M . v l . l - L . r . \ . . . . . · i · . n;....!!^..*,. Icultivator; 6-row IHC beet p l a n t s r ; MM grain d r i l nd grass a t t a c h m e n t : 2-ro« corn p l a n t e r , cutter; Cultivator lo fit IHC Ml 3-pl- Miscellaneous f a r m tools, pans. elc. r s u c h 5th l I I I * C.niai- V l v . n n i: n nil he Tslinnihe ilrrvim Tluii'sdiiy lo mee! ulli "lh rr Alru'i'in leaders in s the party hefcre Ihnl f»- days I" discuss .n Pnn-Afric»n| Stork Express He hinted he may Iw seekinf a ilcder.ition with ciippcr-rifli Xiirllv .,.in llhivlesia. nt presenl a p.irl o( i( , n llf.rn lo Mr mid M i s ll'irnli Kalk til 57H Wh Avr . a son "" Kriilay. Nnv. £1. al Wrld County lieneial llnspll.il t h e uled I'enlral A f r i c a n liirlo equiiimcnt in the Common ||,. denied HhiKlcsi.in l"e^ i r i M a i k r l ' s drive Inr n unified m'.t lh.it he liad nrrrpled an in-itr,Tii|wl;ilinn system i v i l n l i n n l.i 1-ernn.ie UIT I'rrsidrnl! _-· Horn lo Mi ami Mrs .Uini-s j n ,, unified Cony repulihr. | WiiCht of Sin tr.lh A n - . a »n fn -We m»»yn Canted « MfrHinnj Fridiiv Nnv 2.1 al Weld l'ounly.|,,,i we never specified » i l n j Ccneral llospilal :«h"m." Tshnml* wW "We keep , !an npen door In anybody who H o i n l ( i M r a n d M r s Jame^Uf wjn|l |o (,,.1,.,^,.. north or (dlr ol Kfrscy. « »n on Friday. wi|(( j.. Nnv. il. at Weld Counly Concral · ^^ Monday Tshomhe had lonR Hospital. in'.ks with t«o Alrirnn nationalist , ii n...n \re Iraders Innn North Uhndesm, Ken- Horn lo Mr and Mrs ( *TM.'^ ^* K m,nd. ol (he TnilH «. llnnnl Indriionilcnrr pail; Hurry Nkiimhula ol the. AincHn'mn: \ i n i h Mlniiial Cnncrrs.*, al Kil*r in Nortnfrn RhndMiii. Kniphl nl Kalon. a Saliiulav. Nnv 2'. al Weld U'tinly ,UI| THI TRUUNI WANT *DI Orchard. Colorado. St oilman, P. O. . i i n t v of "eld r-'jorann ar.it k n o w n an B f . ' l i . ' v . s : v a n of U'.o.-k T l i i r l y ;. f l n y l o n I ' n r V . W e l d i VI..mil", onlrd IrBli or pl.t rlluM as f o l l o w s M. Allmcr. i;r»nil5on ( M l n o r ^ f r and son, respec- f M f t r j o r l * V. A l l i n e r . d a u . c ' n t r r of who iiredrctHStd tilt d e c e d e n t on J u n e : You r r e herel'j 1 n o t i f i e d t o priir R n j i w e r (lit t w e n t y d a y * » d f r on yon t f r t h e n o l l e * ) *nil In SU *r or f p r e a r n n c c w i l l prorerrt lo re e a r p r u p f * c o n c e r n i n g ?f Burh d e ^ e B ^ f d a n d e n t e r ref r t M f r m l n l i f l r s of in. I T ! :i. t'rr. 1. I J ' J HHl'SSKl.S - Work has lecun work, and ftnmlarriiMlion of ve- . * !n Ihf ( ' i n i n l v 0' r o u n l v . I ' o l o i f i i l . . . I l i r ;f*tli riftv of M t v .1 . lilm.' u l i n l l I'r f Ttlf (llffl^ l'A1t' IT, II. Dtr.'l, SALE CONDUCTED BY 1 Weld County Livestock Commission Go, '"'.Claude Redman [Ralph Greenwood, Aucls. iChris \Vicderkehr Tom Kime, Mgr. Klmer Morsiensen. Clerk Get More ho can call in rloction any lime. There down iinrl h«nd over leadership ot MOHAWK STORW TRAC Mart Plans Roads SAUNDERS EQUIPMENT CO. S.V Kvans J'h. 353-2115 Siary's Service i,inn sih A\n\\v Wagner's Lucerne 1 -Slop n.-.in*, «. 1»*»\ 2.

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