Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 6, 1955 · Page 21
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Shot-in-Arm Reclamation Work ,30, McKay Atterfs * " · .: B y ' J O H N ' k A M P S : * ' .'WASHINGTON Ifl,- Work itl'ri- '·M , under- reclamation contracts · gave the natioK's economy a 250-. ° hlilliori-doilar shot ifi-the arm dnr- ' i n g ' t h e ' y e a r ended. June 30.' · : So says Secretary - of t h e . Inler^ · ' jar McKay,' c o m m e n t i n g on a federal Reclamation Bureau. : rcport ·' on-- construction and other, con- t r a c t s for water, resource dcvelop- ' . merit in fiscal 1955. ;'·'; ' · . · ' The- bureau""said 'work do'ne under reclamation contracts provid- ' ed a 'quarter-billion dollars of pur- · chasing power. . '· It Reported' completion.' 'of irrigation facilities 'to serve 315,000 acres;of land.' 785 miles "of canals, pipe" liiie's, laterals and ditches, 133,500 kilowatts of hydroelectric generating "capacity and. more" · : t h a n 470 miles' of electrical transmission-tines. ' .- . . -' --'During the. year,.«2 contracts with total face value of '46.million dollars were" awarded for construc- ·"lio'ri; materials, -equipment and supplies. The investment- in: the new..construction! work =nd related developnicnt -lotaTed" 152 'million --dollars, and-186 construction coh tracts existing at the end'of the year h a d - a value of 145 million ' the report "said. - - ·- · I "-The" bureau-said manufacturers suppliers' and other, businesse. - ' throughout the nation shared -in expenditures under the western reclamation contracts. . In addition t o - t h i s , t h c . r e n o r - Raid,' crops harvested in the rec Europe lamatiotv .project areas--valued n 750 million dollars in calendar 195' --ton'tributed ' to t h e nation's too supply and t h e ' n a t i o n ' s buyin · - ^Construction highlights of "fiscal -19551 were listed as: - ; · Completion of tlte Eklulna Proj- .- eel-and the M.OOO-xilowatt EtOiit- na Power Plant in Alaska; the "holing through" of the 6-mile le; colclc - tunnel ' -on . tl»e Caliuma Project -in California; completion of N i m b u s D a m - a n d Us -13 500. lulowtt po«'cr plant on the central Valley, P r o j e c t - i n California; Completion-of 1he-a6,OCX kilowatt Alcova Power Plarl on the Ken- driek-Project in Wyoming; com- nleti'ori of Sly Park Dam on the : ceni"i°y«"'' project in Cali "r- nia- dedication of Kirwin Damun - K a n s a s ' ' a n d - s t a r t - o f construction of Glerido' D a m - i n Wyoming, and : the LbvgweU Dam. in Kansas. ' The irrigation.-system ori'the ; Co: lumbia Basin Project .in" Washington' state - was' extended to 'serve S'l.OOO acres through-completion of 333 miles of 'canals, -laterals and wasteways.'. The .'system now irrigates 247,cod acres -'of land. During a drought year, .the .Colorado Big Thompson Project pro- vided'300,353 acre feel 'of water to farmers al'a cost-to them of §700,- 000 with resulting gross crop ben- , -Spar Over. V it of. 22 million dollars, th'e'-b'u- ' The bureau plans this fiscal year I ,,, ^""jj't and run Security'Risk Firings WASHINGTON (IT,'-- Senators, in vesl'igating the 'Eisenhower admin Istr'ationTcTJ'n t r 6 v f . r slal "box score".of security risk firings h.ave suspended public hearings amid a flurry of partisan sparring. A 'Senate'Civil Service Subconv riiittee Friday recessed t h e ' h e a r ing's;.'probably for' a'- few woet's, with Sen: Necly. (D:WVa) claiming testimony developed by the group had exposed \yhat he.,termcd Re publican', "'takcry." ""·' · - · ' · · ' ' · · · '.·Sen. Carlson. (R.Kan),- the"'lone GOP member, retorted with an accusation, t h a t , the subcommittee tactics.-" I Juniors Shine for the Holidays DM. «, 1955 GREflLIiV' TRIBUNE·*'.Ptgiijl, 20,400 acres of new" land, supply upple'rhental water to 82,900 acres Irea.dy under irrigation and incase' power generating" capacity 3y~l20,000 kilowatts. . ' . ' 'Among big projcct's-schedulcd'lo ^ c o m p l e t e d by mid-1956 are the lolorado' Dig Thompson, except or 'the" 1 project's power- plant. itaf 'Says Euro'pSrMust Jiiild up Air ·Defense - M Similar 16 U.-S. "Plan COLORADO SPRINGS Ifl -- The efense minister'of The Nether- ' lands says -.Europe "win .have to build'.up some" ,air defense, sim: ilar to ihose in the United States. Briefed at Continental Air Defense Command headquarters here Thursday, Cornelius Slaf said that Europe will "liave--tr overcome some national difficulties" before it can accomplish the project." · i i f a f ' l c f t here Friday lor Washington, D.- C7, arid (hfn /Trie Hague. . Refcring to. a Wednesday ,visit of Strategic Air Command head- q u a r t e r s i n ' O m a h a i Stafvsaid; "I think'that in SAC'the United .Slates las what is a possible, prevention agatost '.'war arid any aggressor will wait-before he starts war it he. knows ·"what;will .be done by the other.side." . , The official said he would/do all he. can "to ..bring the European countries together in · an' unified air defense command." SC) and Ncely. said-the hearings 'destroyed'-': administration claims that '". 3,586 J- government 'workers were fired under President' Eiscn- iqwerjs, security .program up to last June 30. '..; . ; , " They argued thal^ evidence shows not even 10 per c'ent o f · those so listed': actually · were 'fired -junter terms'of the President's directive that normal civil service and-other prucuuurcs were invoked to dismiss the others. · . -..; . . .Carlson;"said the evidence also showed .thai 'derogatory information was in the-files on everyone listed. : . - . . . - · The subcommittee's Republican member voiced 1 his "hit'and run' charge in protest against postponement of questioning of · Philip Goldwater Sees GOP WASHINGTON «l --..Sen.' Goldwater tR-Ariz), said, Saturday Republican chances of .winning con- t r o l ' o f - t h e Senate/in 195«/are "looking lip" despite - ifldVpest' un" - ' *'t*«*n»'*»a*in«'« rest', over the _ farm'program. " · ·''-' T "'··' '·- '. " ^Goldwater; who heads.the Republican '.Senatorial . Campaign Committee, - sairKiu/an- Interview he', 'regards the decision ' of Sen. Bible.(D-NevVriot to seek re-election, as indicatini· a -likely .GOP. gain-of .one" seat. · " : · i ^ i . - . t Senate membership now includes 4$ Democrats'and .47 Republicans. Goldwater "said : the GOP :cam- aigri committee' will, concentrate Is '. greatest'.' 1956 '.efforts'., ·(·Lost Jemocritic Sen.. I^hmah .of- New York, Morse' of Oregon' nd Maguson of -'Washington--«s' .well as n Nevada. The Republicans will go into the 95S fight for Senate 'control '»' . BU~- ical-disadvar.tage.^OfLth! 32 .seals up for contest, 17 now arc held Jjy Republicans - and U ehinceito'flust'.'GOP s'enatori. : -3 - 'GoMwaUir'.;· cweideJ '..'·· the ra f t» trouble for tht' Republicans in ttej · Midwest- farm'belt;: where D«mr- ': crals have been blaming.IbV'*? senho'iirer »dralnl»trat4Qa'» ; fleilKe ' price iiipport program for ..declin- ' ing agricultural prices. · . ; ' · ' " - · * ' ' " B u t : lie pjfedWejd' moat Repefc- Jican candidates v would tUml'Tte- hind Se*ret» : rjr of Airicullure,Ben- son's program.'--:.-..-' . , ; ' ^'--.(i "Secretary Benson'i approach to the farm problem i* sound," (MM- water said."i-!'It.i« n«ceeiiary/nr all of''us to realize that farnters were' going to. have to io'.Uuovfih period of, low income because'W lie huge liirpluses.'plled up under MS DerabcraU."-· | .- · ! r . Austrian output of "Gabion?. 1 glass and" olhe'r costume 'jewelry zoomed last year. Most 'of it was exported and, the. United Slates led -'other.' coimtries" as; the chief buyer.- German competition,' however, has become keen, yienna rc- 'porls. V V ; .. . - . , . ; ' Young, chairman "of the-Civil Service-Commission. ,_ ! . ; Young, wh'o' keeps the official tabulation pf s'ecunly.risk firings bad been scheduled to testify Friday as the windup witness. But loimsfon ruled "he-should not be heard unlij : the subcpmmiltee re-; ceives .all'the" detailed figures it has demanded from various agencies' : concerning their security ises. .'· ' - ' '-' Carlson said YounB should have been heard at once "in flic inter- il of t r u t b a'nd common fairness. Art'Burglars Busy. : SANTIAGO, Chile Mi-While Mrs. Elena Sahjueza Valverdi is away, visilinB friends^ in tlie United States, burglars' \vilh an eye for art, modern pi- otherwise, chared all thi treasure from her.house.. They packed up "everything, 1 -in 'eluding furniture and a"~vaiueu" col lection of classic .and.-modern pie lures 'and' artistic' "objects', : Police said their"· haul is worth about -300 million pecos,"or $ 130,000' at the free, rate of exchange. , DESIGNED FOR,DANCING'. . . Her* are two . typical 'Junior holiday fashions, d«sign«4 In . St. Louis. Lett, glamorous separates contiitlng of satin top ind brocade sVjrt, by Jo Coljins, parf«f a group, of coordinifei which also includes e low-necked · 'By.DOROTHY. ROE ' Associated Preis Women's Editor ;The ..Ctir'istmas holidays' mean school vacations, excited' reunions and 'an.almosUcontinuous round, of parties',and 'dances.to.thousand? of glrls'ail over America. They also mean new' parly dresses, as gay as the season--and icre is where:-the-young'designers jtrsty top, »«p«r«d broc«d« pints and wW« litln cummtrbum). Right, th* popular princtii sllheu- ·tti In a luxurious putfl broodt, with tmy.iitin bows po'titd lik« : buftirfllti MI th»'; «fm-cord«d '»imi. B«th Yrt buds«t pricid it l«»i thin »25. of St. Ixiuis demonstrate t h e i r knowle'dge of what juniors l i k e ' t o wear.. This y e B.r holiday fashions sparkle like Christmas lights, 1 - anc the younger s p t . w i l l step out in riistl-ng taffetas,, iiietallic brocades and lustrous -satins, many with jewel embroidery and. .sequins..... AMhough there arc 1 " some slim skirts . i n , evidence, juniors? still love their crinolines for parties, and so full'skirts and petticoats will'be much in '.he'piciurc. These achieve a;new. look with the graceful and falllering long-torso silhouette, fitted to the hiplinb, f l a r i n g below. ; There also are some prophetic ligh-waisted Empire' "dresses"about, many of these dramatized by the wide Japahe's ,Obi sash reaching from waistline to bosom. · For the biggest - dance of the year, m a n y girls will choose a long evening dress this }'ear, but the favorite still is the short .dance frock, handier for doing the rock 'n'-roli. :, ' - . Last;Eiiiisted \VAC Leaves ) COLORADO SPRINGS IB -- Tvt 'Geneva Jones, 18, of Fresno, Calif, the first enlisted WAG at Ft. Car- son'since 1946, has been reas;ignec to' Fifth Army . Headquarters a 1 ' Chicago. She had spent only two weeks at the nearby Army iiost. ' Only two WAC's remain on thii post o f - 2 4 , 0 0 0 .'troops'. They are j.' Mm Sofcel and lSt Lt. Iron ilontgbmery. :afm Prices Declined fbni Oct. 15 jo Nov. 15 by Democrats. Furthermore, nine of the 1 Democratic-Seats are'in. southern or-border 'states- w h e r e , the Re publicans in past years have-'hai little' luck electing . senators.-On the other-hand, : 10 o f . t h e i - I T Hi publican seats at slake.next ye are in .battleground tress' wher ranee-for Christrnfis^J; ,. MONtMEDY, -France 'HI --"'SJx were killed.and eight injured when a 'Canadian · transport.plane -flylrig soldiers home'for'Christinas'leave crashed'-in eastern France Satiir- rfay. ." ' ' . ' ' - ' · . - ' 4 ' " ' Only three of the 17 on the plane escaped .unhurt.". .' · . i'i^.. 1.-A iCanadian..'AirLForce U.EyKfc.. fnin 1 demed'earlier repp'rts wMth had given the nu'mber.bf 'dea'd/as 16: He said, names o£ the dead would be withheld until their hJ»t- of-kln had been notified. ·?·?- . . . An extrordinary postwar deniand by the younger-generation for'jaiz;.. and classical music has kept/Jap- ' anese phonograph record factories in Tokyo'.busy,'.,- ' . . , ' . ' . v ~* ' . DENVER.(JB-rThe over-all levc of prices received, by Colorad armers .and ranchers for thci irodticts continued to .decline be !wcen-. Oct. 15 and Nov. 15,-the federal and state .departments of Sriculture reported Saturday. · . Prices for ihe majority of field crops and meat, animals generally were lower. Two · significant changes were declines of 12 cents a 'bushel for . corn . and '42.30 a hundredweight lor hogs. Wheat, it Si.88 f. bushel, w a s ' a t its lowest November average since 1949. since February. iW2. /· '.. ... ; . Colon,-Mich., Is .known as the magic capital of the .world because a ; U r g e . p a r t . o f , m a g i c i a n s ' equip- ment'is m a n u f a c t u r e d , there. J "THURSDAY, DEC. 8-10:00 A.M "' ' B R Y A N PAGE: 1 mile east, Vi mile north of Anlt. " THACTOR AND MACHINERY: 1.949 M tractor with w,d, . f r o n t ' and'3' point hook-up'; 1951 WD AC tractor « th king e front, 1939 AC 6 tractor; 1949 2 ton 2 .speed Studebaker truck wlfh box and I side hoist; -1945 Me beef topped Farmland , loader .with.,3 heads; 2 Oliver heavy duty apfeaderi;;Ollver 2 bottom 18-ln. plow on rubbery C a l f . 7 ft one way disc; 2 3-sec. harrows; -Eversman levekr; float; AC culti. · f o r WD tractor; Cultl. for AC B tractor; 2 4-row Me beet and bean ' Van Brunt DD drll[;.Mc. uder; spr|ng 'planters; 6-row MM beet and bean planter;. power mower; JD Vbar r.ke; dump-'rake; .finger, w.eu fooTh renovator; Ch.ttin ditcher; Kilofer; ; JD ditcher; duster rubber;" 4 wheel rub'ber tired wagon; rubber tired feeding trailer blade for M tractor; AC 4-row bean .cutter; spud digger, Me binder, . Chiltin 6-row rotary culti.; sheep panels; sheep trouah; water troughs '··TO/ 1100 head of sheep; eattle scratcher; 2 slock tanks; 2,300-gal. gas ·' tanks on uprights; 140 ubes; 2 electric fencers; Ahorse motor and - "flnaer; press drill; wagon grain box; 2 vice, and all small tools and - mltc. Items;' 2 electric grinders; 1000 Ib.- platform scale;- press drill. ·: TM SOME H.H. GOODS? All sells, so plan to attend. A complete up to date, line of farm, machinery. ' · ' . - SATURDAY, DEC. 10-1:30 P.M. JAMES R. PAXTON--320 ACRES known as the SKAGGS'RANCH. It 1« located .4 MILES NORTH OF NUNN, COLO, on the Cheyenne Highway. . ' . . · . ' ' ' . - · · · . · · ' . , ' ' . This Is a dryjand farni and It has an 8S acre wheat allotment and 'there are approx. -100 acres of.wheat^in'riow.-'.There Is really*-* good spring 'on this farm., IMPROVEMENTS consist of one really nice fully modern. 5 .room house; 2 mpder'n smaller bomes'tVat are nice; .good grade A dairy barn, also sheds and corrals.-This farm Is an Ideal set-up fo'r a dairy or combination wheat and livestock operation. This farm Is well located on school and milk bus routes.' We certainly urge you to look this v p\ace over before sale day as we believe someone'ls going to make the buy of a life'time. " - .- ' . ' · · : · : .' T'ERMSV There Is a $4,500.00 loan which the buyer nay assume. Mr. Paxtoh warits cash for his.equity w^th 20% down sale day and the balance upon possession. You have go't to see this place to .really be'lieve how nice.It Is. ' . - . , . t ! NOTICE--We may sell this place In 2 units, r . EXECUTOR'S PRIVATE SALE VAN DYNE-ESTATE HOUSE'AT 1110 8th'$t:,.Gre*:;.f-. -ley, Colo. -Now. \aciited-aind wlli.be sKown on 'appoint-',]* -ment. Has b«en »ppralad for loanlpurpbsMfi ?nd for,;/, estale sale purpose, for casli/»t $6,500.00;-'Make; ine^i' iCn offer AboV* that amount. ; : . " - . ' ' ; : '. : ·-;£'. \ ' : · HERBERT B!. MANN, Execulor : , ' -.?.£. , . . ' ' : · Cofpriado Bldg., ; Greeley, Colo,,- . a . _ FRIDAY, DEC. 9-10:30 A.M. HENRY KAMMSPZELL:' 6 milts north of Ft. Collln. traffic circle, . - . T R A C T O R AND MACH.:. 1941 McD M tractor wllh wld=: front 1948 MOD b'iet toppcr; r i940 Oliver 70 tractor; 1942 H J D t"ctor 1852--Ford.truck with good beet bed; 1936 Dodg. truck w t h 1M9 motor, ·l.o.beet bed; McD.tumble plow; Oliver 21 In. cjow; McD_8 «· . power binder; Si.cfi beet,loader; 10 ft. .ec. of, harrow; New Idea 4 bar .Ide rake; 2 Inter, .preider.; - wood f l o a t ; - a l e e l d i l e h . r ! McD 4-rnw b,.l drill-on rubborVjD.No..5 power mower; -10 ft. Mk.^Ever.man "le'veler on rubber;. MOD DD ar.ln drill seeder; Western rbHer; good wM irM~^£~^^^ ha . . . U;" cu.'ft; d?ep freeze; comb, coal and gas stove; 4 ml|k cans^ cream 'separator. FEED: Some hay In alack"; 75 bu. barloy. . ' . ' · " * · LIVESTOCK: Shorthorn cow; Holslein cow; y Guernsey 2 calves; 2 fal hogs; 125. mixed Monday, Dec. 12th-l:00 p.m. , · .RICHARD WEBER:.2 miles north, 2^ miles east of Ault. POWER EQUIP. AND MACH.: 1948.2 Ton 2 speed Ford (truck, good rubber and a pew beet box; ,1051-Oliver .77-tractor;-;-1949 Ford tractor,'flood rubber, each (n very'good shape;' 12,ft.'Eversirian'land lev; eler, like new; 10 ft. Moline double bar uni-tlrler, new; 7-8 ft. AC double disc; 14 In.'Me tumble plow; Davison weed bu.rper; Mc'manure spreader on rubber; Case manijre spreader, on rubber;,12 ft. wooderjxfloat; Me 4 bar side delivery rake on. rubber;. JD No; B mower; dual wheel trailer and beet b'ox; 4 row Oliver-bean c u t t e r ; - c o r n and spud cult, for Oliver 66-77-88; Stratman loader, 3 heads, gravel'plate; Harlison-Palne STOW cult, bar 3 point; 6 row cult, bar 3 p'ofnl; 3 point V ditcher on wheels; Oliver 3 sec ".harrow 1 ; Oliver 2 sec. harrow; Heat Hauser for Oliver- 66-77-88; Heat Hauser for Ford tractor; 25 1J^-ln. Irrigation tubes; 300 gal. gas tank with pump; cultivator tools and small tools. All machinery ic In' good working condition; -' LIVESTOCK: 6 y r . old Holstelii cow. . ,. , , ^, BIG TWa DAY SALE THURSDAY, DEC., «th 10:00 A.M. awl FRIDAY, DEC. »ti.-lO:3b A.M. . Two nilles east and /, mile south ef MILLIKEN; or Just north of Twin Bridges. ' ' · . , . - . ' . THURSDAY, DEC. WK-10:OO a.m. SHOP EOUIPMENT ANB TOOLS; One of the'largest and best farm · ·hops ever sold In Northern Colo'rsdo, 18 In. Seneca Flails lathe, 7 fl. bod, |/ 2 HP motor; Logan ehapor; Delta band saw,./] HP motor; 10 In. Craflsrnan tilling arbor saw, sland, »4 HP molor;,No. 87 9 In. Skll- · aw; 18 In. drill press, »i HP; No. 2 Marvel power hacksaw, '/ t HP gear reduction' motor; -180 Amp. Lincoln DC portable welder wllh TF Wisconsin gas engine; Acetylene generator; drum and carbide; Kellogg A-320-A V/i HP air compressor; No. 12*. Mall chain saw; 12 ton hydraulic press; Blac'khaw.K S-4 4 ton floor Jack; 478 Ibe, electric welding rod; B In. Black * Dicker portable srlnder; y,-\'n, Stanley heavy duly drill; 5/16 ln..81ack t Dscker heavy duty drill; / 2 In. -Black i- Dicker Jr. drill; H'ln. Sioux special drill; H In.. Black 4, · D e c k e r home utllily drill; '/ t In. Hi-Power drill; 6 In. Blsek A Docker. Jr. Bench grinder; alr-vlse; Blackhawk 48 pc. tool sol In box; 1 In.'to 2 'In. a d j ' p l p s die; 7.In. 'A HP Craftsman bench grlndor; 10.In. M HP 'Dayton bench grinder; Sh'o -- " '- 1 - 1 " " ' cow; 2 Holsteln chlcke - heifers. I'ohg yearlings; ' s. - . . - . FRIDAY, DEC. «-^I:00 P.M. " ROBERT BAAB:, 1 mile west, 2 miles norUl of Peckham o ml 'VRA 1 CT^R F -A r f| l D'MACHINERY° 1947 Ford traclor; 1942 Ford trac- ,.. io MM R - 1S42 MM H tractor; 1941 Chev. V/i ton truck; 1936 Che'v H/,"onLck1 li« AC 6 ft. combine w i t h . b e a n atlachment; Mc"wne tieVJier; 'ollver 21 In. plow; MMI .14 In. .tumble p o^w; Me Ford llndertnan plow; 3-sec. harrow; wood float, soil Ennls bean wlndrower; Ford-ditcher, grain cultrow mounted tandem disc; packer; Weslern roller; er' blife; Weslate lev'eler; brtt and bean bar; c afr corn planter; UKO culll./ NKO culll.;'sweep! ditch be'et"puVer'; ifresho; all for the Ford tractor; . . - H ·'· ---"--·· «pud cultf.'for MM R tractor; MM 2 side manure loader; 1 Hudson fertilizer spreader; '. Van'Brunt grain drill with seeder; ;'^ ; i Tuesday, p»c. 13th-M:3)i-m. ' '' ROY SCrlNE'lDER:,-! ml. east, 1 ml, north and '/a ml, east of Eaton TRACTOR AND MACHINERY:' 1853 JD 60 with, power troll and line shaft; 1962 J D . B with single front; 1950 Chey. 2 ton 2;.peed truck; new box with side hoist; J.D 2 way 2 bottom 16 in. p!ow with cylinder; new Ferguson heavy duty spreader; JD spreader; JD 8 ft. tandem disc, like new; 3 sec. harrow; 2 sec. harrow spring toolh; float, Eversman levder; 4 row JD beet and bean planler wllh phosphate attach.;'JO No; 55 beet and bean planter; Van Brunt grain drill DD press with seeder attach.; corn planter; 12A JD combine with bean at. tach.; roller; dump rake; Heberlein ditcher; JD 7 ft. power mower; Me 4 bar rake; dump r a k e ; J D combination corn and beet cultl. for JD B tractor; 4 row JD bean cutler; Me spud digger; straw rack; stock racks for truck and pickup; SCO gal gas tank; Forner welder, and all small tools a n d misc. Items. ' - , ' - . - . " . FEED: lio tori of corn ensilage In the pit; 10 ton 1st cutting ground hay; 10 ton cf 2nd In stack? 20 acre slraw pile; some labor furniture. A nice sale of clean and up" to date equipment, don't miss this one. row JD spud digger. .. · . - f EED; 120.tons corn ensilage In the pit; 14 ton, first cutting h»y; l101 L'iVEl'T 8 OCK:.Hoiltein cow milking 6,6 gsl.;. Holslein cow giving «' g.ls.; 2 bu" caives; yearling bull. Bob .Is quilling, all sells. _ . SATURDAY, DEC. lOr-10 a.m. · OARRELL WILSON:'2 miles east of Ft. Collins on Hlway 14. ' REAL ESTATE AUCTION; Improvement 6 roo.r. modern home !S?SS^SH!K»TSS Collins 3535. TTB ..,-.-- / -- -.- t,.j»* to uy. Thle place eelle to fhe high bidder. Wednesday, P*c: 14th-i:00 p.m. WALTER'STEVING: 1/ 2 mijes east ^ mllo north of Peckham, TRACTOR AND MACHINERY: 1949 Chevrolet wllh'radl.o,- heater, tubeless tires,'has only 47,000 miles, runs like now; 194S Ford truck, 2 speed axle, 8.25 tires, beel box, very good; 1950 ,A JD wide front,-lint power-trol; 1942 Ford tractor; 10 ft. Ezte flow, liko new: AC 2 row corn planter, 3 point, tike new; Me 2 row spud planter; 12 fl. Eversman on rubber; 10 ft. Freeman float; 3 see. Case harrow; 2 sec harrow;- 2 section spring tmth;-N"Kq culll.; Ferguson 7 ft. disc, 3 polnl; B and B cultl. bar; Me". 4 bar side rake; Moline 14 In. tumble plow!on rubber; Ford 2 way plow; JD'duster; JD.No.50 hydraulic, manure loader; 3 point hookup for JD; dual front for JD A; Champion 1 row speed digger; Ollver weeder, 3 point, hookup; Sa'rgent haybaikel; AC 4 row bean cutler; Heath blade'(scraper); Curlls air compressor, 20 gal tank, y 2 hf. motor; 100 z-ln. lubes; 65 1/ 2 -ln. tubes; 60 1^-ln. tubes; 120"Mn. lubes; 80 11/i-ln. pipe; 40 1-In. pipe; Ford lift-lype sv.-lngfng drawbar; 9x32 In. duals for Ford, 6.00x16 whsels and tires; Boom for Ford; timber, small tools, 4 ft. stock tank; Holsteln .family cow. AUSTIN AND AUSTIN, AUCTS. NATTE E.:AUSTIN,,Fl'. Collins 682. "KID" AUSTIN 1 , Ft. Collins 661 H10r-7:20 a.m.--13KM7iO» a.m. RAY LARSON, Gretley 3707-W 'i. loprnaster 12 In. drill press, 1/3 HP molor. Eleclro Products-'A' trouble shooter; 36 In,' compounB leverage shsar; portable p.alnt pray"oulllti 24 drawer melal psr'ts bin; 8- Her. 36 In. steel rotary bolt bin; 12 ft.'bench with 2 steel cablnols, 11 I drawers each; Lyons cabinet; metal cabinet; .steel welding table; 4 chains; home charger; 5, steel lockers, ( ft. :x 18 In. x 24 In.; 9 crescents; ',(, in. to % In. pipe die set; No. 312 Little Giant Up and die sol; small tap and die set; 10 t a p s ; . % Inch Blackhawk socket sst; 43 assorted taps;. Hall valv ssat-grinder. An assortment of the'fol- lowing tools; 13 box and open end wrenches; 16 end wrenches; 26 'box'wrenches; 38 punches; 14 .reamers; 12 pipe, wrenches; 10 com-' blnatlon wrenches; 10 crow fssl wrenches; 62 Jaw pujlers; 23 chliels; 8 wood bits; 45 drill bits; 13 extension blls; !6 screw drivers? 34 pliers; 1 electric chisels; 10-hammers; 24 files; t drop cords; air hose; gas · engine; Texaco oil. Highboys; fire-exlingultfher; Alemlte pump; 8 ton hydraulic Jack'; 6 ton hydraulic Jack: 2 steel tapes; 2 micrometers: 3/ a · In. face anvil; and worlde'of miscellaneous Items'hot Itsmlzod.'.A won-' derful place to bu'y shop equipment and tools. Don't miss this big'sills. FRIDAY, DCC. »th-10:30 *.m. 1 TRACTORS AND POWER EQUIPMENT:- Oliver 'Iff RC tractor. 'with corn snd- beet cultivator, beet puller, and skeleton wheels;-1947 IHC 'A' traetorj"4 row beet'cultivator; JD 'A"traelor:. 1944 Ford tractor; 1934 JD 'D' tractor; Oliver Cletrak; f946 Ford V/i ton truck, .side hoist be«l box; No.'2»9 Eversmsn fully automatic levsler, wl(h Charlan pump and extension; American loader, 3 heads; Eversman ditcher; Wajgner loader; McD 16 In. tumble plow; A-C offset dlsc;Mo ft. 'Graham Hoehme; Oliver No. 2 t-n. tractor binder; Oliver No. 21 2-way plow; McD 4 bar side rake; JD 4 row. beet drill, phosphator; A-C 2 rtw corn and' bearj drill; McD tractor spreader; Schmeiser roller; Ollver 3 section harrow; Ironago 2 row spufl planter; 6 row dusler; McD 2 row bean cutler: Ollver 14-7 DD rjraln drill;, corragated roller; t section harrow; Gehl ensilage cutler; Dearborn*7 ft. mower; Ford plow; Ferguson finger'weeder; Dearborn blade; Ford post hole auger; grain blower; Ironage sprayer; landem disc; Papec blower; V ditcher; large grader; Slshc loader; leveler; old combine; grain box; buez saw; stacker; sweep; running gear; hay rake; 1.000 gal. ·distillate tank; 6 pieces horse machinery;-scrap Iron"; Deepfreeze; Eigle safe; Coro- na'do electric separator; .puflfes; forks, shovels, and lots of-mlicel- · l * n 'pEE D V' r i5''ions 3rd culling alfalfa. ' . , Those or you who know this machinery, know that 'Mr, Brlggs .gavs It excellent care. Lunch wagon both days... ..' · . . . * ' . ': · 1USTER BRIGGS ESTATE, Owner . , , Thiir*lay, D«e. 15th-I:60 p.m. , . - . - ' 114 miles west of JOHNSTOWN, and 1 mile north. · 1949 M-M '!' tnactor; M-M 'R' tractor, dual rear wheels: M-M 17-? Twin City tractor, good 1%c40 tires; 1138 Ford 1J/ 2 Ion truck, '52 moto beet box, stock rack; Boyce manure loader; M-M b«et cultivator; M-r corn cullivator; Western land roller,.good;-16 hole Van irunl. tlrl metal box, DD, PW, seeder; Rodrlc Lean tandem disc; 2 manure sprei crs; M-M IrSlI mower; McD binder; 12x20 float; 2 section spring tojth M-M 14 Inch tumble plow; rubber tlreo 1 wagon and rack; Venfur- htsv duty 2 stctlon harrow; Llndeman beet' loader; tresno; JD 2 row cor planter; beet puller; 2 section harrow; walking, plow; V ditcher; 30 gal. gas tank and stand; dump.rake; mower; barrels; shop equlpmc .. and tools; fo^-ks, shovels, and mlscelloneous articles. . . LIVESTOCK: Yearling Jeraey bull. ·, · ' . ., Rasmus !s moving to town.-Please plan to attend. . . -. * ^ RASMUS JORDANCER, Owner . ; ".;',:!;' W. A. "BIUV WARNOCK, Ancdonetn E.'R.'BETZ, Ringman , ' C. E. CARVER, derkc 505 Cleveland Avenue I.ov'eland, Colorado Phone 482 or H36 We have slune good open sale dttei, . · " v " ' - · · ' . . '. r WELD LIVESTOCK FARM SALES THURSDAY, DEC. «h, X2:30"P.WI. : ^ - - W e will sell for V'erri llaurldeen located ^ nilles west.an'il ^4 trilla norlh of Lucerne or. J mllea'west nd V/t miles eouth of Cal»'h,'Co.!«i. - : . ' ' . ' ' L I V E S T O C K ' - ' . . . ' . ' - ' '·' ' . 20 head of good young Shorthorn cows, bred.to purebred Shorlhorn . bull. These cows will slart'eating Iri Februsry; They will ill have a clean bill of health. Onl purebred Shorthorn bull 1J/,.years old.: ,. '. ; . · - - ' , .. "MACHrNERY - ; .- " 1 1990 DC Caie Iraclor; .1936 CC Case tractor wllh beet and bean cult.; F12 traclor. with beet and bean.cult; 1MJ CMC 2 ton truck w.lth . beet box'and s i d e - h o t e l ' a n d stock, rack; 1941-Chevrolet tru'ok w|th beet'box and side hoist; 'F14 Farrnall tractor with .beet cult,; 1951 Case field harvester-wlth corn and nay attachments; 1952 Case tumble · plow; 6 row IHC beet and bean planter on rubber; 7 ft, Csis power mower; Case 14-ln. .tumbfe. plow; MeeVIn tractor scrar^or on ruhbtr; New Holland wire tie hay baler In good condition; Case side rake; a sec. sprlngtoothi^ nearly new S sec. «otary hoe; nearly new Case tandem disc; Case 6 ft. Co'mbine · with', grain and bean attachments; · Case 12 hole press grain'drill with'grass seeder; renovator; .3 .dUsap rakes; JD 4 row beet planter;'-Overshot hsy-ltack'er; Case 4 uihfel . apreider,- 2 f l o a t s ; - 2 arid 3 ee'c, harrow; 7 "Laurldeen loader with straw and manure .forks; small 2-wheel grader; Y dltcherf .Wlrig ditcher; .walkFno plowj llsler; single disc; |HC binder; horse, mower; horae - beet cult.; sniall tools arfd misc. - . ! ' , - . . . . ' . . : ; j - . . : i'3^- ' " .-' " .' ' . ' .' ' . '. .FfED · - . ' . : " , 160 bushels of oati; t tone.of ba|ed Ird eutllna.alfalfa; M t(n« of.and culling baled alfalfa.- -..' . · ' ; " · ' . ''. . ' \ '·'.'"-.:'; f · · -This wlll.be · sale of good machinery, livestock; and feed;, plan to. attend. · . ' . . . . ' '. . · '- -, 'MONDAY, DEC. izth-iioo P.M. - ' We will sell for 0. M. Trussdell, located H mile south of Peckham, Colorado, - - " · - · - - · ' . · _ " - - . · .-.'i'. · · ' 1950 \V, fcn 2 speed. Chevrolet truck with beet box lh'A-1 eofldl- . lion; 1943 John Deere tractor In extra good condition; 1957..VAC Caie actor In A1 condition; 1949 DC Case tractor In good condition! John eere.le-ln..hang on plow; Joh'n Deere bset and bean cultivator; John sere single row beet puller; John Deere 4 row fertilizer; Case 4 bar de rake; nearly'new 2 wfieel Caii manure spreader on rubber; Cna In. hang on plow; Caie 7 ft. power mower; 8 ft EZ flow'fertlllier ·Ill| 6 ft, . I H C - t a n d e m , disc; John Deere single row spud digger;. itver finger weeder; Ferguson NKO cultivator; 2 floatt;- X / a e c . ,h^r- iw;'two 2 sec. 1 harrows; .Moline 4 row beet drill; Cope hay slscker; tcher: IHC dump rake; Hesthousere for.DO and VAC Caie tractsr*; wheel rubber tired w a g o n ; - 2 In. and'1|^-ln; Aluminum Irrigation ibes; Guernsey cow 3rd calf springer; Brown twlss ebw 6 ,yri "old; yearling Brown Swiss heifers; nearly new 20 cubic ft. International larvesler home freezer/ table model MW cream.eeparatorj »ldek tank; Topaiic-weed burner; small tools ana 1 inlscellaneoiie',^ All ;bf thte'ma- hlnery Is In good condlljcn; be turt'te ittend. . . ' ^ i^ TUESDAY, DEC. 13th-12:30 .M. I Wf will stll for Oliver.Hall, loented J.miles south and 1 mile east f LaSalle or 4 miles east of Peekhsm, Cole. ' - - - i»,'£. »".' ' · · ' · ' - · - . LIVESTOCK " . . · . . - ' · ' = " : · · ' . ' , 'Two Holsteln cows 6 yr». old, one milking and one springer «lye» gal. when fresh,; 4 yr. old Hotsteln eow Just fresh giving 7 gaj,; 6 yr. old Holsteln cow springer gjves 5)4 gal.; 3 yc. .old Holsteln prlnoer gives 5 gal. with first calf) 4 yr. old Guernsey "cow giving B gal.; 2 yr. old Holslein springer) corning 2 yr; old .Guernsey. Mt.f-i una yearling Guernsey heifers; Shorthorn hfr. and steer, · mo, old) 1 Guernsey and 1 HolsttVii calf. · , . . : . : · -!"? -MACHINERY . , - . ' '|j- ' 1952 Ferguson 30 Iraclor In Ai cond.; nearly new.1l In. Ferguson- plow; Independent 4 ft. one-way with S point ho4kup; new AJTls- ;halmere landem disc; new Allle-Chalmers 2 row corn planter with 3 point hookup; IHC 4 bar side rake; new Dempster cultivator with:3 loin't hookup; 2 six row Ford cultivators; Allls-Ch»!mere 4 row bean culler; 1937 Chevrolel truck with'beet box and stock'rack; Dearborn 7 ft. power mower; JD one row epud digger; .JD horse mower; 3,«c. harrow; 3 sec. sprlngtooth; grindstone; Van Brunt grain drill .'with seeder altach.; 12 ft. float; JD manure spreeder; 6 ft. stock tank;' 7 milk can's; small tools and m!lc: '- . . · ' ·' '.;. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14Jh-12:30 P.M. ; W s - w i l l sell for Mat Maree, looted 2 miles north of Ault to/Jh« Stage Beet Dump then /, mle eas't'ano) X mile north. . r , 1953 Ollver 77 traclor; 1945 Oliver K tractor; ·'1150 2 ton FrSfd truck; 1»53 Ford Yz ton, pickup; 1949 Ford car; Ollver tractor cultivator;-'best cultivator for Oliver tractor; tumble plow; .tandem'disc; ditcher; finger'weeo'er; grain drill; J JD manure spreaders; phoephate drill- 300 gal. gae tank; land roller; be'ct loader; one John Deere, and one McCormlck side rakes; IHC 7 ft power mower; dump rake; v b'ucK rake for Olivet tractor; grain, binder; dump rake; farmhand with jni- cure and hay forks; renovntor; .eeraper; Fresno; 5'60-gal. barrels; 2 brooder houses; small house on sled; horse mower; corn planter;'! turkey range houses on whsels; turkey feeders, wsterere, bucket! and bV'ooder atoveV 7 rolls of'woven wire; milk cooler; can ra,ck; wash vat and 10 gal. mjlk cans; 2 ell heaters; tin granary; 25 steel posfs; stock sad'dle; Buckskin saddle" mare, well broke; bay saddle mire well broke; Jersey mllk,eow and calf; 15 White Rock hens; 4 stacka of alfalfa "and some ensilage; "small tools and misc. . jUWrWNtvCki* iH M(Mk|Mi, / ·\

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