Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 19, 1962 · Page 6
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 6

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, December 19, 1962
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Hift 6 GREELEV TRIBUNE Wtd Dec 19 1«fi? -i · T , , . _^_f 1 _'M : _uec 1 29 L 1962j sleeping Beauty's Christina* Story U.S. Posts 22 Weld Buildings For Shelter Use by Walt Disney C««l By JIM HITCH A tola! of 22 buildings in Weld diation oulside as inside County have been limised and posted as public fallout shelters, according to Merle Allen, county Civil Defense director. Allen said the total capacity the combined shelter space is 9,455 persons. . Protection in the various sh ters ranges from two to eight PrelKllon Ficlor Explain*! A protection factor of t means that there is « to limes as much radiation ouUi as inside the shelter. A protect! factor of eight means that the is over 1.000 times as much ra- FOLIAGE PUNTS Just Arrived! Nice selection of Houso Plants. Reaionjbly Priced. ANDERSON SEEU CO. 710 9th Avenut 353-01M ' Loin machlnt furnished. Free Pickup and Dtllvtry. r, Ph. 3S3-024* 807 8th St. Following is a list of the posted and licensed buildings: Weld County .Nursing Home, Bonell Home, First Congregation al Church. Wright McGill. Welt County Jail, Courthouse, Garnse; 4 Wheeler, Greeley Tribune Woolworth's, dough's Furniture Weld County Bank. First Nation al Bank, Camfield Hole, Colo rado State Highway Department Eaton High School, Ault High School, Johnstown High School, Fort Lupton High School, Greeley TOLEDO. Ofai. - A hnUstlc ^ ,, .__ _,,_. ,_ coal-mioiif process Is being used-tell him whether coal or mi It in Ohio. A complicated boring ma- being bond. chine tunnels as far as «0u feet into a coal seun. The operator doesn't go under {round: be stays frage. High School gymnasium basement, Monfort Packing Co. and Arlington School. A team from the Corps ol Army Engineers out of Omaha. .'cb., spent four days in the Grcc- cy area posting the shelters with ·xterior signs and interior guid- ng signs. Allen said this wek that while he posting of the shelters is a good start, the total protection rapacity is "woefully inadequate" or the great Grecley population i whole. S I I I I I I I I - T ' S SU.K HT V I K T I ' B UF W r i t u r K\e- -Ui'Mi iMsurd n u t of the Clerk'K }(fire cif the District Court of Vplcl Comity And State of Colo- ad, and to me directed, wliere- »· 1 am commanded (o make the urn of Two Hundred U l t h t y i*lve Dollar! and «/100 Dollar! 285.(!) and costs of lull, th« unount of a certain judginep ecently obtained acainiit Douga Williams In favor of Profei- lonal Finance Company out of ne land, tenements, goods and 'l'"tel of the said Douglas Vllliama I have levied on the illowlng- property, to-wlt: All the rlglit, title and Interest of the defendant, Doun- la« Williams, In and to the North 11 of Lot B and all of Lot 7, lilock ?., Phllpot Addition to Fort Lupton, aluu known at, 1029 Park Street Fort Lupton, Colorado, w i t h all appurtenances THEREFORE,*, according I aid command, 1 shall expoHe f( lale, al Public Auction, all tl right, title and interest of 11 ibove named Douglas AVlllian n and to the ahove descrllK iroperty, on Monday the 7th rtn of J a n u a r y , 1563, al 10:00 o'clot A M. at Hie East Front Door i he Weld County Courthouse I Weld County, Greeley, Colorad Jated at Greeley, Colorado th 10th day of December 136'* ROEEHT A. WELSH S h e r i f f of Weld Count By FP.AN-K L. DEFFKi L'ltdtrilierlff. The Greeley Dally Triburn Dec. 12. 19, 26, 1962, Jan. 2, 19G OINSETTIAS M A K E A B E A U T I F U L G I F T I Order Early from Our Choice Selection ALSO Azaleas, Chrysanthemums, Begonias and Other Potted Plants o-C»fl uzmoor 6 FLOWERS 2503 Tenth Street 352-2851 Council Buys Vehicles Fron Four Firms Low bids of four firms for fun ishing nine new automobiles an U-ucks to the city at a total co of $17,670.70 were accepted b City Council Tuesday evening. Wells Motor Co. was the low bi dcr on four vehicles. Edward Chevrolet was low un two, Ell diid Capp on two and Garnse and Wheeler on the ninth vehicl- Two of the vehicles being pui ·hased were new automobiles, on for the Water Departmen he other for the Building Inspe inn Department. An old car is t be traded in by the city in eac case. Wells Motor Co. submitted th 6w net bid on one of the auto; $1,184.65, for furnishing a Dodg )art. Gamsey and Wheeler wa ow on the other -s-ith a net bi of $1,700 for furnishing a Fort The new vehicles also include hree pickup trucks, one bein or the Engineering Departmen me for the Street Departmen and one for the Police Deparl ment. Edwards Chevrolet, with a bl of $1,621.75, was low for furnish ng a new pickup where no trad« n was involved. Vehicles were being traded . on the other two pickups and th low bids for furnishing these tw new pickups was submitted b Ellis i Capp en Internations trucks with bids of $1,076 and $1 390. The sixth vehicle being bough was a panel truck for the Engir eering Department, with a vehic! being traded in. Wells Motor ha the low bid of $1,690.44 on th item. Low bidder for furnishing one-ton truck with a service lad der that will be used mainly fo signal lights maintenance was Ed wards Chevrolet, with a bid o 4,025. No trade-in was involved The last two items were two ton trucks, both for the Street De lartment, with old dump truck being traded in. Wells Motor ha :he low net bid on both of thesi with bids of $2,459.86 and $2,51 Topi Is 180 Beats CHICAGO - The normal heart beat rate is 70 to 80 a minute. Bu .he heart can function well at u .0 180 beats a minute. XOTICK TO the County Court In n n,l ·,, Ike County of Weld n«d Stale n( Ciiliirnilo No. 91 IS Estate of Cit.'V E. B U R SCOUOH. Deceased. All persons h a v i n g c l a i m isaiiist the aljovr n a m e d estat are ro'iulre't to f i l e t h e m for al lowsncc in the C o u n t y Court o Weld Coiinly. Colorado, on o I'eft.r,. t h e 1711, rtay ,,f J,,n. 136S. or said clBlmi shall be for ever barred. L I L L I A N K. BUMSCOrnl ii . , '-'.xecutri: i l o t t t i - l i e n s H o u t c h e n s Attorney!! al Law "clrl C o u n t y liank BlilK. Oreeley, C u l o i a d i . The Crueley |, a || y T r i h u u i . Dec. I!, 13. 21*. 1JS2, J,,,,. 2. ]5 HEY KIDS! Win This Bike FREE December 22, 8:00 p.m. 3 Bikes to be given away, on« at each Station NOTHING TO BUY . . « . Have mom or dad Mop hy and register. "WHERE GASOLiNE COSTS LESS" RAPP'S * ID! ISth SI. * 2M5 8lh Ave. * Zftfl! i n t h SI. Sound of Got Lrak CHICAGO (AP) - A sonic ice developed by the Institute f Gas Technology pinpoints eaks in gas mains from the round surface. The detector operates by in- roducing a constant sonic signal ito the pipe. Sound present in he gas stream inside the pipe will ssue from a leak with the cscap- ig gas. The use ol the new technique nables utility distribution nel- orks to quickly pinpoint under- round leaks. Previously area urveys were made and followed y exploratory bore holes, a ostly and time-consuming pro- ess. The signal introduced into the ipe system is controlled as to equency and other characteris- es. It will travel inside the pipe ir considerable distances, just s sound travels in a speakinc ibe. 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