Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 19, 1962 · Page 2
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Page 2 GREELEY TRIBUNE Wed., Ifct. 19, 1952 Wcigand Talks At Symposium on Cattle Financing Weigaod was invited to sit OD panel yf top cattle feeding finance experts by the Chamber ol Commea-e of metropolitan St. Louis. Weigand's topk was, "Financing John L. (Tim) Weigand, vice Ihe Modern Feedlot. A Country president and agricultural loan Banker's Viewpoint." According to the St. Louis C. C.. Weigand M'as the only consultant (or the Greeley National Bank, was in St. Louis. Mo., Wednesday addressing a symposium dealing with cattle fi nancing. A I I V K H I I S I : M I : \ T KOI: mos The City of Creelfj, Oloriidy will receive sealtii bids Ity the City Manager's office u n t i l :· VO I ' M . on Monday the 17th d»y of December. W2, for furnliihliiK t « u 2 automobiles, three (3) ll-ku|iK, one t i l commtmal station wagon, and one (1) t r u c k with u t i l i t y body, two (!) d u m p trucks, for the City of (Jreeley Colorado. The City of Creeler will hav Ilana and specifications which may be obtained In the office of the Clt Manager anil th? office of the Superintendent Equipment. The City of Ortelty reiervo .. ,, 'small town" banker selected fori * h , , the symposium. I 1 "" has raUed for " aM bld * l » He will be speaking to people^ ?"*". F ?_ 1S ",."* F «* r « l rom college o( jricultur.7!h. Cen *' r £ Otmt - "« annoufl «- University of Illinois, University f" of Missouri and the University of ^. st LOU,, ' which St. Louis. USE THE TR-BUNE WANT ADS Th * ** reject any or at! the rlKht bidi. baled at Oreeley. Colorado this 2Sth day of November, 1K'» OITV OK URKEtliV. COLORADO By B. II. CRUCE, City Manager The Greelty Daily Tribune Dec. 5, 12. 19, 196! the County of Weld m»4 Mate of C«!ira4u No. S10I Kstatf of K l l A N K V. TRl'ES- DKI.L. Deceased All persons having claim! affalnst the above named estatl are required to f i l e them for al- ~-ance in tli? County Court of XOTICK TO CIIEUITOII* !· the County Court !· and Col Ike Cim»tr «r Weld aad Stale of Cil.r««o No. 911! Estate of EDDIE O. ZYBACH Deceased. All persons having claim tfalnst tile above, named estate are required, to file them for allowance in the County Court 01 » eld County, Colorado, on or before the 3rd clay of J u n e , me] or said claims aha!! be forevet barred. EDNA I.. ZVIiACH Thomas A. Itlchnrdson Attorney for Katale · 2214 9th A v e n u e Greeley, Colorado The Oreeley Daily Tribune Nov. 2!. Deo. 5, 12, 15. 13C3 N E E D ENTERTAINMENT For Your Christmas Party? Call 352-4436 For th« Finest In Magical Productions JERRY SNAPP Colorado News Briefs WASHINGTON (AP) - Most of the Clearfidd Naval Supply Depot in Utah is being offered for public sale, Sen. Frank E. Mo«s, D-lltah, uinounced Monday. h 5 ""T" re « ional ° m * of ° enera rvlc « IAFF-A-DAY . are J? 4 * re * " n warehouses and other buildings are looted. The buildings " ^'^ *»""· "** "' XOTICK TO CHKIIITIIHS 111 tke «M»tv c«n i« n«4 i«r as a whole or m purceli, accord ing to GSA. iVeld County, Colorado. before the 17th day of June, on 01 iCS. or nald claims shall be for tver barred. ELAINK V. HORNKR Kxecutrlx of said Kstate The Greeley Dally Tribune Dec. 12, !», 25, 136!, Jjn. t, 1963 XOT1CK OP Pl.tAt mSTTLKNBXT On Monday. January 7, 1J63, at .:00 oVIork P. M. al the Bvani Town llall. Kvsns, Colorado, the Town ot Bvans will make final pii.v iiient to Parker and Associates, Consulting- Knvrlneeru lor " i n h e r i n g services on t h e "s Municipal Water System. -.11 persons having- claims aKainU the firm (or aervlrea or materials on this project should resent such claims at thla meet- OP TRUSTKES Town of Kvani, Colorado Irene Noyei, Town Clerk The Rreeley Dally Tribune Dec. (, 12, II, 21, 1S62 XOT1CE OK K I X A L HETTUKSIB.VI' l the County Court !· «· (or the County of Wrld »4 State of Cnlor... No. 87(4 Estate of DENVER D. DUNN ueueaaed. Notice Is hereby »lven that ) have filed my final report In the County Court of Weld County Colorado, and that any person de.lrinB to object to the «ame ihRll file written objection with the said Court on or before De cember 91, 1962. ROBKHT M. QILBKRT ,, Administrator Clayton and Gilbert Attorneys at Law Harvard Building- Greeley, Colorado The Oreeley Dally Trluune Nov. 28, Llee. 5. 12, la. 1302. LOS ANGELES (AP) - A federal court Monday placed Howard Carroll, formerly of Denver, on probation for a year and fined him 12.500 for violating Securities and Exchange Commission regulations. A jury convicted him Nov. 9 on a six-count Indictment alleging violations while operating his Den ver brokerage business. H. Car roll It Co. The firm had a branch office in Beverly Hills, Calif. Carroll was accused of failing .o disclose the manipulation ol the price of 90.000 share of Cornstock, Ltd., common sloe, in sales on the San Francisco Mining Exchange in March and July, 1957. SEC Atty. William H Ziering said the Comstoca it now defunct and its flock no longer listed on the exchange. boosted the 11-momb purchase' (o- Treaiui y figures thawed. A UU1 tal to HS3.583. amounting to Jlil.- of K^*.7S5 wa JovettW » tfa*. 'SSI below the same period · year companion government WeU bring* loud PurckeMeN foe 1 1 Months Arc $433,58 "There is an important, spoken message represented in the JlS-billion reserve holdings of , Americans in United States Sav- as of Dec. 1, which accounted for j agl | by residents "Boy. they »ur* picked a beautiful day to do* down the ichool!" :on scrotl, triliiums which carpet Jie woodlands in spring, mountain was only in California that we began to look around. We got to The South--"I have many memories of the South-if Chapel Hill In North Carolina where Thomas Wolfe was educated. It was spring laurel and the blazing colors in the mountains, Hie lakes, the '»"·" deserts and the sea, to San Fran Cisco, the Monterey Peninsula the old missions, and started to learn about the beasts, the birds and the flowers of the prodiga Christmas Shoppers! Fast Service Quality Food McDonald's the drive-In with the .irches Delicious Hamburgers . . 15c Hot Tasty French Fries... 12e Triple Thick Shakes 20c 2440 8th Ave. Briton Charles Laughton Buried In Adopted Land By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP)-It is only King that Charles Laughton hould come to final rest on merican soil. The latter years of the great ritish-born actor, who will be uried today t Forest Lawn, were marked by a love affair ·ith his adopted land. The testa- int of this romance is included a book published during his atal illness, "Tha Fabulous Coun- ry." Laughton elected his favorite writings about the United States, works of famous authors which le often read on his tours through the nation. He introduced each lassage with 8 comment of his own. Among his comments: New York City -- "one of the *st things that can happen in few York is when friends come rom England on their first trip to America--what excitement to show them their first real skyscraper, to take them to the Radio City Music Hall, particularly if it is Christmastime, for the audi- snce there is a warm American family audience; to take them on Jie State) Island ferry, to the best musical in town, to the wealth of restaurants and museums." New England--"\Vhen Elsa and I were first in New York we visited New England several times. After the clangor of the city, New England gave us great comfort. We had not known in the Old World that the New World had 'antiques,' or that there were charming old houses. We both remember with great pleasure Farmington, which is near Hartford, Conn., and its graceful white-painted houses. Old wooden houses were i rivelation to us, as were clams, clam chowder, Boa- and I have never seen such a West Coast." burst of blossom. There was a backyard with cherry trees, and there were cardinal birds among the pink blossom-,. 1 will never forget that." California--"Elsa and I were in New York first and then Chicago and afterward in California. It WILD BIRO SEED 10 lb«. , 79e 25 Ibi. ____$1.«9 50 Ibl. _»3.00 ANDERSON SEED CO. 710 9th Av«nu« ings Bonds," County Bond Chair, man Leunard Burch declared Tuesday, when be disclosed Treasury figures crediting r««- dents of Weld Cowty »iUi pur- ·bases of the government socuri- in November amounting to $38.754. "That HS-biUion reflect, the reserve strength of individual Amrr cans and their continuing fiHh in tlmr freedoms, plus an intent o strengthen and preserve tho*e reedoms through purchase ol hese shares in America." the bond chairman asserted. "Holders of these bonds qualify or the greatest til-American earn ever to assemble in the na- ion--for never havt so many individual Americans been bond lolders." Current value of Scries E-H bonds (till in the hinds of Amer cans was reported in the Treaj ury statistic, as |45J93,000,000 ( another new record-high total. County residents' investment in savings bonds in the past month Occidental Lod^e No. 20 AK and AM Thurs., Dee. 20 7:30 p.m. Installation of Officers Refreshments An invesUsieot ti I32.1M.W1 InJNovenibtr. fries E-H Saviigs Bunds was Twelve of UK tUU'i a austtiH edited to Coloradans staieniuV.bad topped their year'* .4 per tent of toe state's *».«· Iliion goal for the year, the Dec. 1, while 24 eountiw puAfd ahead of the statarida avtrac* for quota achievement. New HOOVER Portable the vacuum cleaner with t»»r/Uiiii|...mtlOI .ATTACHMENTS FOR EVERY NEED! TELESCOPING WAND! NEW TUFFLEX HOSE (always attached) KING-SIZE ·AC I 1320 8th Ave. tafflj Opin neh tvtnlni until Chrlstmli. C e n y t n l e n t Free pirklnf it *ur titli · ntr«nc» . . . actiMlkl* from 7th tr Ith Avtnuo. 353-SSJI CHRISTMAS S on NEW HI-SPEED A wonderful selection of Christmas Gifts at sale prices. Come to Offen's and-SAVEl Plenty of Free Parking! Check These BARGAINS! General Electric DRY IRON ONLY Proven ELECTRIC BLENDER ONLY Dominion HAIR DRYER With Case ONLY 8' 14 13 Steam and Dry Iron 1773 NINI" t N ( V I » * P*»KING MQIUfM £s*S MON MOUTH OVEN PROOF STONEWARE CASSEROLE AN AMERICAN PRODUCT FOR OVER 75 YEARS a Hew Savings Account of $100 or More or the Woo of $/00 or More fo Your Present Account at Umpire Savingt This large, family sizes catserole and warmer Is hand made from pure stoneware clay, glazed ond fired to 2290'F. An excellent Insulator, stoneware wi II hold either heat or cold ... it is oven-proof, craze and crack resistant. Set Includes 8 inch casserole, lid and warmer base with candle. With ordinary car* it will last a lifetime. Open your account now at any Empire Savings office or if you wish, open an account by mail. Limit... one gift per account please... quantities are limited. ............. ..... CUF AND MAIl THIS COUPON -- ----Mail to Emptr* Savings office whsr* you with account to ba optflflo?. Encloied ii my (check or money ordir) for $ ....... .,....... ........................... m***..* Chtcl Om (»TM " »»·) ( ) Pieow open on account for me in Ire following nami (or namii). ( ) Pleoi* add the above amount la my account. My pa» book number It ................................................. NAME ....................................................................................................................... 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