Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 7, 1955 · Page 12
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 12

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, December 7, 1955
Page 12
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12 GREELEY TRIBUNE* ·Wt'dnesdky, Dec.'?', 1555i Dive Its Economy Weld County;,Real.. . Estate Transfers' . Reveri'i* ·timpi-on rei! ei- ttate tr.intl.erf in'at lh» rat* of $1.10:pe,|-'thoullnd., . . ·:WASHINGTpN, D. C. (P/UJ)- Venczuela's. industrial t production has increased 43 pcrceot and Ms 'iyrlcullural output has risen 35 'percent in the past five years. '·J-Thcse f i g u r e s - a r e cited by Am. rjassador lo the United States Cesar Gonzalez : as ' demonstrating '. the ·access of the government's plsa to strengthen the country by diversifying its economy and making Venezuela less' .dependent on Hie petroleum industry which now supplies 50 percent of its. revenues in royalties and taxes. ; The Venezuelan .Government has tiridertaken a number of far-reaching projects to raise the standard of.-livtng throughout the-country. :' One of the' most important of 'these is the Guarico River irrigation development involving the con- 'struction of a 9-mile dani to itn- fiound waters i h - a 59,000-acrc lake 'to irrigaie' 272,000' acres of rich land. :. The irrigated land will be divided Into 500. f a r m s - f o r . growing crops ..'and raising cadle. · · - . ' · : A hydroelectric ..power p l a n t - i s "under construction' near' the' june- 'ture of the ·'Orinoco and Caroni ivers-to utilize, the lower falls of .the Caroni and furnish 150,600 Mo- jwalls by the enrl'of-1957. : :- The hydroelectric ptent i iegrated' with » steel mill to he :built in the are^i, capable of pro ducing 420,000 tons of domestic ·teel a yesr. In the past fe\v years -VenezuelJ has hnen importing 600, 000 Ions of steel 1 annually, chiefly to -meet demands of- its booming construction industry. Cost of (lie new steer plant is estimated at f '. . D«ctmb«r .5 Gall. and.Dorothy L. McDermed to Carl^G. 'and RutrrL. Passmorc, SWHSEW; Sec. 9-1.66, Hev. 'George. F. 'and Dorothy Bernhard!"to The Western -Irrigation Development Co., Inc., Pt. W10 acres SWUNEVi and\ of the SE'/jNWW,- 31-1-66, .Rev. .$11.00. Daniel E:.aml ,Mwy..^° u ' 5c ^ Millen to B. Y. and Haruko Kawata, WliNEV'i, 16-4-66, $50.60.. - · ·'.' '·· Fort I.upton Post No. 102, Amer- .can Legion to Daniel C.-and Vcra G-. Brillhart, E1V4 f t . ' N l 47 ft., \al 3. Block 10, Kort: Luptpn,. Hev. 55c. ' . ' . , . . - ' . ' ' Alfred J. Linnebnr to James W. and Dorothy S.'I.innebur, a n - u n divided W interest SWSEM, 30-161, No Rev! - . 5100,000,000. Venezuela's peli'o-chemical in- Rio Grande Motor Way Sigift'·'. Labor Contract ; DENVER reached Tuesday, on .ne,w- three- year. contracts- covering- about 135 machinists, ;.drive,rs a.nd.,doc.kmen for the Rjo Grande -Motor Way Inc.,- a ..trucking 'firm' operating chiefly o n ' l l i e Western Slope. T. M. Da'vis -. ofDcnver, president and -general m a n a g e r , said the contracts' provide for . an immediate 'reduction in ..the 'work week from ' 4 8 to 40 hours' Hourly wages .were raised about. 15 per cent, ' Addi uled in'lOSS and 1957 to. bring the weekly .pay for 40' hours up to the present pay for 48 hours, he added. About 100 of dustry, using pclrpleum and nat- 'Ural gas, is expected to be in pro- '(luction within fi\'e years. Its center the.neighborhood of Puerto Cabello..close 'to oilfields, and will represent an investment of $30,000,000. : Calanization .of, the sandbar at the entrance to. Lake Maracaibo, flarted in 1953, is due for completion soon. Tlie 21-mile long canal yill enable ocean going ships and super oil tankers to reach Maracaibo docks and transform the city Into a jcf.port. A . new railroad between Puerto ..Cabello and Barquisimcto, now un der'construction, Is the first. sc"c t!on ; of an ambitious network link Ing the country's most, importan Areas in- * single comprehensive system." : All these projects · are include* - in the Venezue.lan Government' · /.'Exeraordinary' 1' r n g r a m", fi .nanced apart from the regula budget- and out of Treasury sur pluses. These surpluses In 195- · mounted to $83,000,000, and ma ·reach over $100,000,000 this yea' Local 1C .Another TV Casualty · HOLLYWOOD in -- Add to TV 'growing casualty list: Broken kne, : cap for Patricia Bright, corned enne on CBS' "It's always Jan.' ' : 'She broke it in a fall on a we 'tidewalk. The show's producers sa she can. do her role sitting dov, the next' four to six weeks. Junction. re in Denver, the others in Grand unction, l.eadvillc, · Delta, Mont- ose, Salida,' 1 . Alamosa-.tnd .Duran- ALL RINGS At Least V 2 PRICE -- 'Agreement -was Reg. 29.95 NOW 12 - 50 LADIES. 1 RINGS From Vz. of 7.9S Reg. 7.7.50 NOW 13.75 drivers anil dockmen, members of in Grand -Junction. .-The other arc members ofDislrict Lodge 20, Machinists Union, also of Grand n. Some 50:of the'cmployes The perfect soap .powder con- niner, which'won't'rot in-steam, r spill or topple; is being sought y the Brilish Standards Inslitu- ion. Everything Must Be Sold v*t.- -.-.T r . , · - . . . CARD. 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