Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 8, 1961 · Page 20
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Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, November 8, 1961
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Pjgt 20 GREELEY TRIBUNE 'Wed., Nov. 8, 1961 iWclJ Counly chairman, is a more · ~ ~ ~ ---- --- Mikrlv rnnrtltlntn Dems Count on $50 Million To Maintain Control in '62 m (,, · i\ i r . ivuie in mi; wmemuer nousc tM This is tlrt second ot two ar-IDenver police bur e lary Invcsllga-JRcprescnlallves. The shift'of only CIPn on tho nrmtionl ciinntLnn in'tinn . I V . . . . · liclc-r, on the polltlcol situation in Colorado linltway between the 1960 and 1962 elections. By CORDON G. GAUSS Atwclittd Pr«»j Stiff Wrlttr Fitly million dollars . . . invested in new buildings . . . menial hospitals tunnel. . . . More millions as aid lo schools . even a highway un sl.ile institutions. . . . distributed and lo beef candidate. i Among Ihe things which really concern Democratic leaders Is jconlrol ot the Colorado legislature. {Their margin Is three votes in the [35-momber Senate and a single jvotc in Ihe 65'incmbcr House ol [Representatives. The shifl'of only la few lliousand voles could dc- Therc's an incipient revolt of slroy ii. Then McNichols' effec- old age pensioners against the tivencss would suffer. Thai's one governor, due lo dissalisfiictlon reason Democratic Slate Chair- over the size of jrenslonors' hos- man Fred M. Bctz Sr. is concert- pltal and medical bcncfils, but soMraling on local organization.' for nothing tangible has developed. If Gov. McNichols' program Is Ihe Democratic platform and Ihc 1962 election Issue, it means thai the graying, 46-year-old chief ex- cciilive himself is Ihc springboard Better Prospects For Agriculture Seen Next Year That, in essence, is what Dem- around which political activity will ocrals are counting upon lo keep llicm in control ot Colorado's state government at the 1962 election. It is Gov. Steve McNichols' program, the most sweeping one-and the most controversial one-in Colorado's history. It is the Democratic platform (or next year, whether the Democrats like it or not. . Endorsement of it, even running on the Democratic ticket, means acceptance of the sharp increases in slate Income taxes which have precipitated some of (lie most bitter verbal blasts leveled at a Colorado administration in a generation. The tax program, and only the tax program, made the building and governmental expansion possible. At this time--halfway between the i960 election and the 1962 balloting--the uproar over s t a t e spending and. development overshadows even national Issues in the minds of most Colorado voters. It seems destined to spill over into the senatorial and congressional eontests. Tills could change. In a flash, of course. A war, even a further Gordon Allolt expires. worsening of international vela- lions, might switch the emphasis Colo'radoans are watching .national affairs intently now--especially crises such as Berlin. They are concerned over survival in a nuclear holocaust. They are apprehensive at seeing N a t i o n a: Guardsmen and reservists being called to active duty. But thinking liasn't jelled lo.lhc point where they are demanding any specific course of action. They don't, for the most part, profess to see any difference in patriotism between the major parties. So they're still concentrating on what's happening at home. The situation came into focus in a bctwccn-eleclions sludy conducted by The Associated Press. Democratic leaders feel McNichols' personal popularity is on the rise, after dropping because of disagreements over the tax program. The upturn, they point out, is due-to his handling of the 46lh Contfeulive Quarterly Dividend VfilTED SCIENCE FUND SHARKS The Board of Diieaor; has de- dared a quarterly dividend of 4c per share from net investment income oa United Science Fund Shares. A distribution of 21c per share from securities profits was aljo declared. The dividend and distribution are payable November 30 to shareholders of record November 8. CaMf-FMi K. Reed Presidem turn. So far, McNichols insists, he docsni even know whether he will run for a Ihlrd term. As far as it goes, Ihe statement doubtless is true. But Ihc parly can scarcely lei him quil. Where would it go without him now? It's almost Impossible to find a Democratic leader who doesn't expect Ihe governor to run again And Republicans are just as convinced of it; their pre-campaign actions show Ihey tab him as Ihc man Ihey have lo beat. If McNichols runs and wins in 1962, when.he finishes that term he would have put in an unprecedented 10 years as Colorado governor. By (he enU of,his presenl term he will have tied the record --six years--held by Ihe late William II. -(Billy) Adams and Ed win. C. Johnson. Moreover, if McNichols should carry on through another four. year term as governor he would be available as a candidate for public office again' in 1966. Thai jhappens lo be Ihe year when the term of Republican U.S. Sen. The governor will be only one veteran on a Democratic tkkcl which is nearly ready-made. U.S. Sen. John A. Carrol! appears a cinch for rcnomination;- despite, some griping over patronage problems, Ihere's no one in sight to challenge him. U.S. Reps. Byron Rogers in Denver and Wayne N. Aspinall of Palisade have as near clear-sailing for rcnomination us it Is possible to have. Most Democratic executive officials at the Statchouse--LI. Gov. Bobert L. Knous, Secretary of Slale George J. Baker, Slate Auditor Homer F. Bedford and State Treasurer Tim Armstrong--seem likely lo run again. Knous has talked vaguely about quitting. President William R. Welsh of the Civil Service Commission appears ready to chal- enge Baker for rcnominalion. In the southern Colorado district ipeaker Albert Tomsk of Hie Colorado House of Representatives, lYho lives at.Walsenburg,.probab- ly can have the Democratic nomination for Congress if he wants it--but this, is a questionable honor since Republican Congressman J. Edgar Ciicnowcth has won 10 of 'II elections there. There is some talk that Robert Maytag of Woodland Park might tesl. his strength against Tomsic. Democrats arc pretty'much-at sea in Ihe' riorlhern Colorado congressional district. Most frequently talked about is Martin Miller, Arapahoe district attorney. Former Congressman Byron L. Johnson, who lost last year after the issue of sealing Red China in the United Nations got into the campaign, may decide lo Iry again. Possible, but not probable, candidates are Slate Sen. Roy McVicker of Wheat Ridge and Phil Danel son, a University of Colorado regent. Jim Shelion of Grteley, LIVESTOCK AUCTION WELD COUNTY LIVESTOCK COMH, CO. 204 East 18th St., Greeley, Colorado FRIDAY, November 10, 1961 Starling at 10:30 Plan now to attend the regular weekly liveslock auction at the Weld County Livestock Commission Co. this Friday, November 10, 1961. A few of the early consignments include the following: 96 hd. WF Cows, one brand. 36 hd. WF Cows, one brand. 32 hd. WF Cows. ·15 hd. WF Str. and Hfr. Calves. 32 hd. WF Str. and Hfr. Calves. 38 hd. WF Hfr. Calves. 14 hd. WF Str. Calves. 30 hd. WF Str. Calves. 56 hd. WF Light Yearling Strs., one brand. !0 hd. WF Yearling Sfrs., 700 Lbs. 15 hd. Mixed Cattle. !7 hd. Yearling Hoi. Hfrs. H hd. Yearling Hoi. Hfrs. 15 hd. 1st Calf Springing Hoi. Hfii. 25 hd. Weigh Cows. 20 hd. Fat Hogs. 40 hd. Feeder Pigs. BRING IN YOUR DAIRY COWS AND HFRS. AS THIS IS NORTHERN COLORADO'S LEADING DAIRY MARKET. This is our early listing. There will be many more cattle not included in the above list. Listen daily to KFKA at 7:00 a.m. for the market repart and for consignments not included in the above list. COLORADO'S FASTEST GROWING LIVESTOCK AUCTION MARKET Claude Redman Tom Kime, Mgr. Ralph Greenwood Elmer Morgensen, Scales Chri Wiederltthr-- Auctioneers Ollie Swanson, Office I CSC Briefs Jarms Sample Tapped James Sample, Colorado College junior from Aurora \vas lap pcd recently inlo Blue Key, na llonal Iwnorary fraternity for outstanding senior and junior tncn. during ceremonies held at "Camclot," the homecoming dance. Sample has bex-rt. active on the CSC · campus in Inlercollegiatc Knights and . Student Activitie Committee and is a member o; Tau Kappa Epsilon. lie also was sophomore class president last 'Car. Membership into Blue Key is based on scholarship, participation in campus activities and loyalty to the college. New members arc tapped twice a year, during homecoming and at the Bhie Key Sweetheart Ball. Dr. Htiimrl Gueit Lecturer Dr. Ramon Hcimerl,' professm of business education'at Colorado Slate College, was a guest lecturer Oct. 26-27 at the Montana Business Teachers Convention in Billings. Dr. Heimerl spoke on "Improvement of Teaching Ihe Basic Business Subjects," and "Trends in Business Curriculum Planning." 7 Represent CSC at Meeting Seven persons are representing Colorado Slate College at the silver anniversary meeting of Del ta Pi Epsilon "in Chicago this week. They are Dr. Ramon P. Heimerl, professor of Ijysiness education and sponsoi of Alpha Alpha chapter of the graduate fraternity in business education; Alice M Yetka, instructor in business education and delegate to the national .council for Ihe chapter. Vernon L. Gentry, president, of Alpha Alpha; James Zancancila, vice president of Alpha Alpha; Vernon C. Whiting, chapter his :orian; Verda Bostrom, past pres- :denl of.chapter; and Mrs. Lorena Wertz, another past chapter president. Dr. Heimerl was scheduled to take part in a panel discussion'of :he subject "Cooperation for Seller Business Education." City Traffic Accidents 2 Rtccivi Posirbl* Injures The drivers of two vehicles involved in a collision at the intersection of lllh.Ave! and 13lh St. at 7:32 a.m. Wednesday were laken to. Weld County General Hospital for examination for pos sible injuries. Mrs. Stanley Sulherland of 2913 161 h Ave. and Francis Eugene Avery of 1310 I6lh Ave. both corn- gained of back and neck pains 'allowing the crash. Avery was driving a. 1955 sedan which was damaged $150 and Mrs. Sutherland 'was driving a 1957 sedan damaged $750. Two accidents not involving injuries were reported on Greeley city streets Tuesday. Time, loca- lion, vehicles, drivers and damage in the accidents were: Audie Murphy Gets Award LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Actor Audie L, Murphy, whose 24 prior decorations included the Medal ol Honor, now has the Civilian Service Medal as well. The Army's highest civilian ionor was bestowed Tuesday night for Murphy's contribution lo an Army filrn concerned with the missile program. tlon - Farm Bureau's Na«oMl|V«h!clei Sideswipe Producers -- ttf establish a brand E_-A _£ 11:11:1.-_ "Confused." That's how Ray Anderson, field cdilor for Ilic Farm Journal, paints the agricultural scene in Colorado, Weld County and the mountain, great plains states. Anderson seems lo see better jrospccts generally for 1962 than were experienced in 1961. "We're starting the 1962 season with a bang-up moisture supply," lie reporls. "The drouth 'sections Have had rains in recent weeks. On the plains, they've been abundant.'Fall wheat is up lo a good growth. Winter pasture should be excellent." Anderson continues, ."Now aboul the morale ot the men and women on the ranches and farms. Probably the word 'confused" covers the situation. And there's plenty to be confused about. Everybody is fighting for profits on the out put of farms and ranches. Here we see a'chain store feeding cat-i tie and having them custom j slaughtered and processed. Over i there we see a packer who's banned by law from feeding cattle or selling beef at retail. Then we see a feeder establish his own packing plant. "We Iwar right out of the horse's mouth -- the stockyards companies -- that the terminal livestock markets arc doomed. Then comes a farmers' organize- Producers -- to 1 establish a brand new $430,000 terminal market at Greeley. At the same lime, the stockyards people at,Denver go into the business of feeding livestock. Both Ihe new market at Greeley and the old market at Denver are staging genuine auo lions two or three times a week But out of the so-called confusion Anderson sees a bright light for the future. "We're on the move . . ."'he says. "We're producing good feed and fiber -- the besl -- and lots of-it. And we're buying anything we can get our hands on lo reduce labor expense. We're living pretty well too.' 1 East of Millik«n A 1962 auto Clyde Arnold of Greeley was damaged an estimated $160 in a passing accident three miles east of Milliken on the 20(h St. road about 4:45 p.m. Tuesday. Felix Duran,' also of Greeley. was attempting to make a lefl turn in a 1942 truck into a prl vale '. driveway, according to Highway Patrolman Wellington Ferrell. Arnold, who' was attempt ingto pass, sideswiped the truck IXira's machine was not damaged KATANGA -- French is recognized as the official language o- the Congo. Have You Heard? There Will B« "Out-of-This-World" Christmas GiHs it the f" J First Methodist Church WSCS BAZAAR FRIDAY, NOV. 17, AT THE CHURCH Luncheon, 11 to 1:3O-$1.00 Coffee, Pk or Rotli Served All Day Apront, Baby GlfU, Toyi, Bakery, Candy, Country Store, Gift Shop, Gifts from India (Filagree Jewelry, Scarvei. Bran), and Beautiful Holiday Decoratloni, · ditor Dies CHICAGO (AP) -Dr. George alpcrin, «0, associate editor of re Journal of tho American Medal Associalion, 'died Tuesday. Dr. Halperln, who was born hi Ki'fsia end came lo Chicago in 1896, had been with (he AJU since 1940. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ACS PROSPECTUS BOOKLET 712 10th St. A mutual fund ftwttr!** to mak« yixir montygrow by Inwstinf ki i wid* group of dinrxrnd u- curitto WHOM growth potsibtH- tin an b»s»d substantially upon scientific research, For free copy of the Projpeo tus-Booklet and other information mail thh ad today or caH WADDELL REED, *. i-l^r m+i te Jy If Ph. EL 2-3496 Frri J. Tack Ralph J, Fischer, Dwighl E. Lambert Roy M, Carson E. Wendell Skinner Ezra C. Harrah Wra. J. Bishop REALTOR -- REALTOR -- REALTOR -- REALTOR - REALTOR -- REALTOR-- REALTOR^^EALTOR For Safety . . . Security .. Satisfaction . . . . Deal With Your Realtor. WHEELER REALTY "GRBELEY'S MOST COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE" Realtor'^ 1331 Sth Ave. EL 3-0346 031 6lh STREET This property 'offers -living quarters plus an Income. It is located close to the business district. Cull us today for detalli 2655 14th AVENUE ler rent VA IORII with pay- mcnts of $9ti ]6r month mny be assumed on this brick two-bed- roam home with a full base. nont in Hillfltrte. It has a bedroom, batli, utility room, and den completely finished in the jasement, 2610 18tli AVENUE Complete electric kitchen, hot- water heat, fireplace, and a family room -- all to help you enjoy this beautiful brick three- aedroom home.' It la close to Jackson Ejemenlary School. Excellent financing available. Call for further information. 1848 14th AVENUE Large, rambling three-bedroom iiome In Glen me re area. Large lot (75 x 100). Bathroom, "workroom, and recreation area finished In basement. Home is va- oant. Call to see this excep tional value at your convent 811 10th St. ELgin 2-3833 102T 25th AVENUE Call to see thin two-bedroom brick home in West view. Includes carpeting and drapes and las a 'finished bedroom and rtath in basement. Perfect . home for the young family. Complete electric kitchen, three bedrooms, drapes, and attached garage. May assume low monthly payments of "31 month. TMMED. POSSESSION g ijcd rooms, new carpoting and drapes, garage, and fenced yard, Mood financing. Give us a call 2436 12th Avenue Tuesday, 5:16 p.m., 9th St. ami ? usi 'TMTM In and start enjoy- 91h Ave., 1961 pickup truck, Kay lns tlns beau " tul "° mc ' T "" e Willard Miller, Kersey, $5, and a 1957 pickup, Harvey Theodore Bjoralt, 2472 25th'SI. Rd., $ZO. Tuesday, 8:06 a.m., 8th Avo. and 6th St., a 1949 sedan, Alfred Krens, 1701 12lh St., $500, and a 1934 sedan, Ronald Turner, An- lioch, 111., $500. inspect Court. PAYING HIGH RENT? We have a three-bedroom home with payments lower than rent. Call ns today to Inquire about 2502 3th Avenue Court. Let ns show you how easy it is to own your own home. SO MUCH FOR SO LITTLE That's what you will say about this home when you see 2329 5th Avenue. Yes, YOU can own this thrce T bedroom home for less than yon ever imagined. Financing arranged to suit your needs. Or will trade. INCOME PROPERTY Here's a two-bedroom home for the owner plus lome is located Arlington Schnol basement apartment to rent out. This to the and college LOANS on Farms and Country Homes Pr« payment Optiwii Xik in mi fM W*il«f »· pW*»f tin ffinftM* 5*l*rr'( miitr* t*f*ti*i ttnki i/ewe ftCIO A8EKGY 214 Fir it National Bank Bldg. EL 24070 district. I n q u i r e about 915 23rd Street today. INCOME PROPERTY Let us show you how you can have a good Income from this three-unit apartment h o u s e Priced hclow Sll.fcOO with low monthly payments. Within walk. ing distance to'downtown Gree- ey. HELP! Owner transferred and has to sell. \Ve.would like to show you this three-bedroom home at 2323 6th Street. Here is a chance to take advantage of the seller'* 'oss. Priced below (12,000, Merlo McNulty, EL 2-7C04 Freddie Schmlefenknop, EL 2-4KOO Elmer H. Stolte. EL Z-5669 Hcrace E. Atkinson, Eb 2-73C6 'ill El 3-O^lfi or any of salesmen on Saturdays and Sundays. He is trained by study and experience to give you expert help and advice. He knows present property values. He knows investment opportunities. He is pledged to serve you intelligently and well. Two 2029 Sth AVE. bdrm. bung., nice living room,- large kitchen, wall-to-wall carpets and drapes. Single att. garage. Low down payment, balance liko rent. 2844 15th AVE. CT. Three hdrm. brick home, full bsmt., att. garage, wall-to-wall carpet and drapes, built-in oven and range, fireplace. Call today to see this home. 2345 7th ST. Spacious 3 bedrooiii. home with large kitchen and nice living room, wall-to-wall carpet and drapes. Full bsnit. Shown by ap pointment only. 1420 10th ST. Two hdrm. home with income. ly 3 blocks from downtown. Call to see this one. 2322 24th ST. RD. Immed. poss., 3 bdrm. home v '" % GI loan that can .be asm ed. Shown by appointment only. 1125 8th'ST. Three bdrm. home with nice liv- ng room, dining room, large titchen with breakfast space, toll bsmt. Single car garage. Call to see this home. 1416 14th AVE. Two hdrm. home with fireplace, full bsmt., carpet and drapes. Single car garage. Immed. possession. 1811 12th ST. bdrm. living room and dining room, wall-to-wall- carpet and drapes, full bsmt, single att. garage. Owner leaving town. Shown by appointment only, 1122 6th ST. Older 2 bdrm. home with upstairs apt., full bsmt., singie car garage. Call to see this home today. A Realtor is pledged to integrity . . A Real- tor k n o w s property values, zoning laws . . everything that c e save you time, money and inconvenience. A Realtor has .outstand- ing listings, his services cost the buyer not one red cent. 2425 10th AVE. 2 bdrm. bung, with large living room, wall-to-wall carpet and drapes, large utility room, single att. garage. LOOKING for a real good business investment? We are offering one of Colorado's oldest established cafeterias for sale. A real chance lor a good restaurant man. FOR RENT 2 bdrm. duplex, unfurnished. 2 bdrm. bung., no basement. 3 bdrm. bung.^ full basement, 1 bdrm. apt. -- J50 per mo. Jo« W Murphy Res. Ph. EL 2-4S6S Jerry Murphy Res. Ph. EL. 3-0820 Jake Pflelger EL 3-1724 FARMS and RANCHES Robert J. Mitchell. Rei. Ph. EL 2-1550 Marvin C. FUNK REALTOR 101S Sth Avenue Phone EL 2-2715 1916 GLENMERE BLVD. Beautiful brick home, full fin- shed basement, excellent land, scaped lot. Call for appointment tp see. 1606 23RD AVENUE Dlder 2 bedroom home on 160x 220 lot, choice location, near all schools. COLLEGE LOCATION 3ig five room home plus 2 de- uxe furnished apartments. WILL TRADE B r a n d ' n e w 4-bedroom brick, 2 baths, fireplace, covered palio double garage. SMALL DUPLEX N'eat and' clean, one-bedroom units, double Karage. Triced to seli. PANORAMA PARK r ine new home. 3 big bedrooms, S 1 ,^ baths, family room, douhle garage, fine yard. , CHOICE BUILDING SITES Panorama' Park. 53,250 and up, Glenmere Lot. 53,500.00. iilltop Luxury. J7.500.00. Ted Funk Marvin Fnhk Ph. EL 2-7510 Ph, EL 2-!im 910 NINTH AVENUE GREELEY, COLORADO Phor.f ELg.n 2-5-107 17,500 : Older . 3. bedroom borne with large detached -garage. Good loan to ' assume, at $53.50 per month. Immediate possession. Only 2 DUPLEX blocks from Safeway store. Both are 2 bedroom units with all new bath fixtures and new Caloric gas kitchen. All new wall to wall carpeting. Live in one and rent the other. 1124 36TH AVENUE 3 bedroom, full basement, attached garage, wall to wall car peting, Caloric kitchen, tiled bath and shower. Immediate possession. Can sell VA with nothing down or FHA with ?500 down. 1153 34TH AVENUE New 3 bedroom with Caloric kitchen.' immediate possession. Can sell VA with nothing down or FHA with J350 dov.-n. 1121.34th AVENUE Lovely 3 bedroom brick with 'ull basement. Built-in Caloric kitchen. Priced at $12,900 with VA or FHA financing. Move in and don't make any payments until 1962. 2320 6TH STREET Spacious 2 bedroom plus den. Extra large family kitchen and nice living room. Detached garage. Nice wall to wall carpet and drapea. Immediate posses' sion. 2 CAR GARAGE 3 bedrooms, full basement. The best-value in the city of Greeley. Priced at low price of J15,750. Nothing down to Veterans and 4650 on FHA. Move right in and no payments till 1962. ALL ELECTRIC KITCHEN plus 3 bedrooms and full basement. Glass sliding doors off dining room. Move right in and make 1362. your first payment fn 1941 21ST AVENUE Reduced for quick sale. Large 4 bedroom home In Glenfair Addition. 2 baths, 2 fireplaces, 'amily room, garden level built- in bar and bookcases, hot water :ieal, built-in music system, large spacious custom built kitchen with china cpbinets. OWNER TRANSFERRED Beautiful 3 bedroom, wall to wall carpeting with matching drapes, warm interior decor, attached garage. Only $12,950. Large loan with payments of only $87.00 per month. Principal, 'nteresl, Taxes and. Insurance. Immediate possession. Call to see this; Lee Vandenbos Ray Schoonmaker Bill Bonnicksen !lyd« WJllltmi EL 2-S64S EL 3-0743 EL 2-1031 EL 2-4748' HAGAN Agency, Inc. Realtors - Insurers GLENMERE Three bedroom brick, fun room with fireplace. Modern architecture. Paneling, hnt wafer heat. This kitchen Irvitei the cook. BASEMENT APT. Three blocks West of tho cam- lius. Cute brick. Double garage, Apartment has separate en' trance. Immediate possession. You can see. this home at 1314 13th Avenue anytime! DOWNTOWN In top condition. Double g«, rage. Basement apartment. $18,000.00. Call for location and terms. MAPLEWOOD Five room older home. Fir*, place, dining room. $15,001). COLLEGE AREA Comfortable 3 bedroom, home with full basement. Terms, CLINIC AREA Three bedrooms, full basement, double garage Ideally located to all 3 schools. WESTVIEW New brick 3 bedrooms, dining area, large kitchen, laundry. Double garage. 5165 PER MONTH On $11^500 Investment (13% plus). Basement apartment. Call inspect 1831 6th Avenue. MAPLEWOOD Mature yard, finished basement. In top condition. $20,250. FT. COLLINS OWNER wnuls (o trade his - 4-plex or jrick home for Greeley properly. COLO. SPRINGS OWNER wants to trade one or both of his homes for Greeley property, HILLSIDE Three iiedrooms, family room, full basement, attached garage. Dwher will consider trade for income property. , HIGH SCHOOL Two bedroom homo with basement, double garage. ·Immediate possession. Check 1410 16lh Ave, today. THE BEST! Probably Gre«Iey's finest med- i u m , sized home. Sprinkler syt- tem, over-sized double garage. Family room features walnut paneling, parquet floors, fireplace. Complete kitchen. 1903 21st Avenue Court Is an Ideal localion! 3 BEDROOMS Family room, 2 baths, spacloui kitchen, In top condition. All this for $18,750. EAST SIDE Older home near downtown. Comfortable basement. Call to inspant 410 Sth Street. DELTA Split Level. 4 bdrms., 1'A baths double garage and shop. Csli now. 45 Years In Business In Greeley 914 10th St Ph. EL 2-738T Ernie Scott, Res. EL 2-S633 Carl J. Anderson, EL 2-3494 M. E. Hagan, Res. EL 2-54S7 D«an Avers, EL 5-4S19 Howird Wilson, EL 2-2174 Mel C. Bedlnger, EL 2-4751 Vic Hill, EL 2-2219 To L u j OF ie',1 a business sal! Dan R. Franks, EL 5-30e4 Sonny Johnson EL 2-5407 insurance Bondi REALTOR -- REALTOR -- REALTOR -- REALTOR - REALTOR -- REALTOR -- REALTOR -- REALTOR "r. . i . · v. -

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