Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 8, 1961 · Page 10
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 10

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, November 8, 1961
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age 10 GhEEI/EY TRIBUNE Wed., Nov. S, 1901 MISTER BREGER "What's this rumor I hear about you havkg a, part- time job?" Jr., High School Red Cross Plan Drives in Weld Schools Students in the elementary, jun lor, a IK! senior liigli school throughout the United Stoles an taking part iti the nnmml Junior R«J Cross and High School-Re- Cross enrollment drives, Enrol) inent supplies Imve b*cn sen Weld County sc(tools and plans arc being made for the drive in these schools. All contributions to the Junior and High Sclwol Red Cross are used to pay for the enrollment o participating schools, for author izcd local service projects and for contributions to the ' Nations Children's Fund for national out foreign projects. This fund is' uso to help schools and youth in tin United States as well as in other lands. Through High School and'Jun lor Red Cross, members develop good citizenship qualities and an IVOTICH OF SAT.B TJ.VDKH Cll.lTTIJI, MOHTCAfiH NOTICH IS HEREBY GIVEN tli at the following described equipment · will be - t sold to the highest bidder at n "public sale to Lo held 1 on Friday, November 17, 1361, at 10:00 o'clock.A.M. at tbo premie03 of -Golden Point Drive-In, 220S 3th ijtreet, Oreo- ley, Colorado: ' All equipment :locnlcd ' tit the premises of Golden Point Drive* In, 220S 9 tli Street. Grcelcy, Colorado, Including, but not limited 10. tha : following:;- . . 1 3'S" fryer stand enclosure wlh ends And back panel. 1 3'8" vont system. 1 stainlftif steel ducV^^closurQ to huiiftb "the top'ot.yont sys- 3 Hotpolnl HK7 Mark 313 clec- irlc f r y e r a and attachments. 1 3 ' 6 W )ong wrapping 1 * counter w i t h licator strips. 1 : 1 6'4" lone open -shelf .-base grlddlo stand. ' · 1 i'4" vent (system for grid die slanfl. 1 stainless steel duct systen: for v e n t system, 1 C'O" electric griddle counter i 6'i" stainless steel open shelf cabinet. 1 3 ' 6 * stainless steel open ahcl cabinet. 1 S'*" heated trench fry ant lianiburger display, 1 3'S" open shelf cabinet alaln- losa nice). 1 Cory "C" coffee maker. 1 Wyotl n u t o m a t l c cream dis- pensor. S cunholdors. 3 National cash registers. 1 custom drink dispenser. 2 Taylor 3/4 hn HliaKeniakers 1 Scotsman ice. inftclilnc. i 12'8* w n l k - i n cooler Inctud- ingr 2 compressors nnd al controls. A l l bags iind paper holders. All pots and pans. All counters nnd shelves and window service on the prern Loillpop curb siirn located out std« of the building. Prloi- to the sale, tba eriulp inent listed abovo may be in flpect«d at 220S Oth Street, Gree le, Colorado. ' " The sale of the foregoing Items w i l l be inado pursuant to t n i terms of a chattel mortgaen dated JCay 25, 1950,' given b? Bodto C Smith to the Golden Hamburger Drive-in Corporation as mortgagee, and thereafter as signed to General Eicctrlc CredT Corporation on A u g u s t 21. 1Q9 Tba said assignee liaa repossesses the forcgoTng e q u i p m e n t hecansi of defaults occurring 1 under the mortgage. Dr\tod. Xovemcr 3, 19fil. O R X K R A r - K^KCTRIC CREDIT I'OJIPORATION By "John F. S h a f r o t h Its A t t o r n e y The Greelcy Dally T r i b u n e Nov. 6. 1. S, 9, 10, 31, 13, H, IS 1C, 1551. warencss of their part in Ihc ·orldwldc brollierhood of mai schools'may fill chests and gi joxes with health, educationi nd recreational supplies lo .VOTJCK TO citKurroits n the CiMinty Cunrl In aurt t h e r u i i M t } n r Weld n*A MnJe.'nf Columdn No. SS62 Estnta of 13. P. M U R R A Y . eased. All persons having claim gainst the aba YD named estat ro required to file them fo llowance In the County Cour r Weld County, Colorado, on o efore the IGLh day of A[irl 962. or sntd clalma shall be for ver barred. F 1 A K O L D Ij. M U K I I A V , A d n i l n i R t r n t o r he Grccloy Dally Tribune, ct, 18, 2B, Nov. 1..S, l»fli. XOT1CB.TO GltrOOITOHS the Count}- Ctnrl In nntl ( Ihe CiMnty of \\U nnd Stnte nf Colormto No. 85 6 3 i Estate' ot iri-JNHy E J^.\l E 1 KINKEH, AKA E1ENRY I- KINNER, AKA II. E. SK1NNKH pcenaed. All persons having claim ainst tlia above named estnt re f f r q u l r c d to file them fo "loivance in the County Cour Weld County, Colorado, on o eforo the 23rd. dny of April 62, or snld clr\tma ahall be Tor er bnrrcd. Execute: orhert, 15. Mann," , tornoy for Executor. ic Greelcy Dally Tribune. t. 18, 2S. N-oy.''l l i E, 1961. tTi« C*untr Ca«rt'. IN narf tmr the Conner- uf .W«ld nn4 StRte «f : t?«Uriirlii · No. 8860 Estate of MYRTLE A. SAUN- All 'peraom .'haViriBT clalmi' _ dust Iho" above named estate e required to fllo thorn for al \vAnco In the County Court o eld County, Colorado, on o: oforc the 30th day of April. 1362 ?ald claims shall bo for eve rred. ' L E O N A W1LCO ROBERT M. GILBER' Co-exec\itors LATTON AND GILBERT Attorneys at I^a-w Harvard Building reeley, Colorado i he Gr«eley Daily Tribune. ct. 25, Nov. 1, 8, 16, IfSl FALL NAPKINS ! and TALLIES "Everything for the Office" 1303 Eighth Avenue Why Pay More? AUTOMATIC Transmission Co, REPAIRS AND EXCHANGES 821 2nd'Street EL .2-4358 WILL EATING CARROTS HELP YOUR NIGHT VISION? During WWIf defense department officials planted a propaganda rumor claiming American pilots were fed a diet oC carrot* to Improve their night vision. The rumor WAS a cover-up for the fact that American planes were equipped with radar, unheard of before that time. Since WWII Americans have been eating carrots with the be. ' lie/ thst carrots Improve vision. Actually, eating carrots and other foods in a well-balanced diet will not Improve tbo eyesight, hut It will head oft future trouble which might hinder good night Vision. To be sure yonr vision does not s u f f e r from lack of attention, call now for nil ap]HIntment to have your eyes examined. HAEFELJ HAEFELI Optometrists 9 0 1 10th Ave. . E L 2-2020 sent lo schools In war or disaster areas. Oth«r sclxxols participate in the International School Art program or make a record of the music In done »rvi« it is done In the school. In re turn schools may receive examples of lire art and music " In - schools o f . other countries. Many other local and international projects, are carrkd ^out in the schools., . Dttpiay ·* HL I P , On display in the Home Light and Power Company window are examples of art from Hie schools of 16 countries. These pictures are a part of the International Art Exchange School Art program, sponsored jointly by the National Art Education Association and the American Junior Red Cross. The artists, who submitted ,, these pictures, range in age from o 11 to 18 years. The pictures will be In I he wiiidow.lhrough Nov. 13. The Weld County High School Red Cross Council nicets in the Red Cross rooms of the Greelcy Building on the second' Monday night of each month. Many local projects are completed. Party hats, tray · favors, centerpieces, scrap books, etc. are made for service hospitals, children's hospitals, and nursing homes. High School Red Cross mep- bers and Ilieir teacher-sponsors are invited lo lake part. Anyone wishing further Information about the council meetings may call the Weld County Chapter of the American Red Cross. P.O. Official Diet WASHINGTON (AP - Robert E. Fellers, 69, former director of the Post Office': Department's · di vision of philately,' died Sunday year, of « circulatory ailment. Fellers was born in Brumwick, Md. OSLO -- Norway's apple and pear production Is below par this ZULULAND - A new South Africa plant here producing fiber from pineapple leaves expects to export SO tons of fiber · montk to Europe and the' United Stale* to be made into yarn. 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