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KM! Irtit* 4| HILLJL-EN. Colo., builnru con., I-JI :'7*IC5 inj 2;xIQC on BriMd £i POO. ilO down. 110 l*t oo. Oun.r' M E . h'cWBUB. Arndu. Ctlif. OB SALE-I1I.O» iniu oi« ··-, itai uauiUy A rod to. D ii! «*» UUB KBPI* ucuntV n B.» Fiopvt;. Pb hUB, UIW $1500 DOWN Buys this lovely near new suburban home , 5 large rooms, h a r d- wood floors, car port, electric water heater, propane heat. 1 acre fenced. Monthly payments less than rent. Owner, Ph. .0136-R4. 1 Albert S. Keys Agency * First National Bank Bldg. Real Estate, Insurance Loans Phone 11 EXCELLENT 2 BDRM. Near College and Schools, all IIW floors, large att. gar., small lot, 1100 eg. [t. l i v i n g space. See this. 4 UNIT APT. 5240 mo. Income. 2 car gar., close In. Excellent condition. NEAR NEW 2 DDRM. or w i l l trade for 3 bdrm. Southwest. Need more space. ]. K. Pippert, Res. 1392J Farm Equipment 50 Kill bun 41 FOB SALE--BM, m , mn ,,,,,. "m Itns. Clo«. [ rt IU1J. FOB SALE-HOT, ,» b [,,,,,, , pt UMUln.CI». IB | 31 l ii^Ti ""· OIL Im. .no rciuUa an C. fes-tm^r "* "· - HTM for ,0'jr tcnn l» en Ail Pu% 1112 Hlibligg Rd Pb 111! 1-OM SALE-BrtU l.plu .Ic. k c«ilon. fe. block i from nl]t. Loud (nconi, propmj at i modcr. kte one. Owner. £iua P 0 Box 814 Ph FJIOB fJBW VOK SM'F,-- V, r !, 5 - C o. 3 .,A tunii. 2^4 c*r vutit, pluur and Iramt eonitrucllOD, Ilkt BIW, drap. «iM. lenrli.n bliadi. Ph. Mi*. !li: Slh Bu Irrlgollon Syitcmi 49 SAVE - By Buyine from Irrigation E q u i p m e n t Specialists. Siphon Tubes 1 V' 111. \ 01 In. Double Heed 90e :'-io, i 6-ln. Double Bend {1.30 Canvas J ' a n i B 6-li. I 4-ft. Treated |:.20 7-II- I 5-11. Treated jj.l'l) Irrigation Engineering;, Inc. 3 biles 'South on U.S. 85, Greelev FOR SALE-- 1KI Ford V-l -door. '.'Bsl 6lh Ata. Ph I8SSW FOH SALE-- 1919 Men-, (-dr. Chup. Goad tnniporUtlfin Pb 1031M eil shape, aide board], Ph. 356BJ. KOR SALE-- IB55 Ford CuMomline 2 door. Trade or 1200 cfflwn, HE per month. Ph. IS61. FOR SALE-- 1951 Ford, radio, hiattr and overdrive. 1415 ISlh Ave., after 1 p.m. KOII SALE-- 1946 Chryilir eonv.r. tible. coed tonJIllon. !!IB tlh Ava. Ph. SSOJW. KOR SALE-- USE Ford F.lrl.nt 2. door, automatic tranlmliaion, whIU nldewalla. all the eilroi. 10.000 le- lual milence. M.550. Call 0147J1. Farm Equipment 50 E D W A R D S Chevrolet n DMdaairun rni new «nr us.rl Irueb FOR SALE -- One WiBOn on nibbar n'ith rack. REatonabla. Sec IL Sam'a Livers. N. Ulh Ave. New Holland "68" Hayliner (The Baler That Is Different) Super 77 New Holland Balers Ford Balers Ford Heavy Duly Mowers Ford Siderakes New Holland Siderakes . Used Equipment Model "80" New Holland Baler Used Mowers and Siderakes 1954 "UB" Moline with live power and Ujii-matic You get more for your money with NEW HOLLAND CERTIFIED BALER TWINE GARNSEY. WHEELER 716 llth Street Greeley ,Ph. 220 International Hay Balers 45 "T" or 55 "T" or "W" with 8 bales of twine FREE with your purchase of a new baler. Let's trade! GREEN HAY CHOPPERS 20 "C" International with mower bar attachment. This machine is unexcelled. Gehl Chopper with mower bar attachment. The price is attractive. See it today! TF YOU CHOP FROM WINDROW, PICKUP ATTACHMENTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR THESE MACHINES. SELF-PROPELLED WINDROWERS McCormick No. 163. Its low-angle, center-delivery platform handles your crop positively, builds uniform windrows, makes clean pick-up easy. Heavy duty mower guards and mower type sickle for handling the toughest of hay. SIDERAKES No. 15 International Parallel Bar-Type. Eflis Capp Equipment Your -International Harvester Dealer 608 8th Ave. Phone 1346 " HAYING TIME IS HERE! See the New Oliver No. 60 Baler . Now on display/ with PTO or engine. Papec Harvester 32-A ·with pickup or direct cut CHEAPER IN PRICE - LARGE CAPACITY Compare It With Other Models Brady and Opel forage harvesters. Sinner's Weeders. Oliver 14 foot self-propelled windrowcrs. Bale Loaders. Baling Wire -- Binder Twine. 20 foot boom Mayrath sprayer with trailer. 20 foot mounted Mayrath sprayer Irrigation equipment of all types. .5200 _$133 Good selection ot used mowers. Five good used Farmhands. Excellent selection ol good used mowen. Mammons' Implement Co. 6th Street Phone 138 Cira Trtclu 51 UteJ Con ond Trutlu 51 BE SURE TO LOOK OVER OUR FINE SELECTION OF OK'D USED GARS We're really giving you- bargains in this big, week-end sale. Here are just a few of the values on our lot: '57 FORD Sedan. VS, two-tone finish, overdrive, radio, low mileage. Like new. Save ???. '57 CHEVROLET Station Wagon. VS. 'overdrive, radio, two-tone finish. Driven $5,000 miles by employee. Suve 555. '56 CHEVROLET 4-Door Sport Sedan. V8. Power- Glide, black and white finish. Extra clean. '56 CHEVROLET DelRay 2-Door. Overdrive, two- tone finish, one owner, low mileage. '56 'FORD VS Tudor. Two-lone finish, fully equipped. '55 MERCURY Monterey Hardtop Coupe. Two-tone finish, fully equipped. One owner. New car trade- in. '55 BUICK Super Riviera. Two-tone finish, f u l l y , equipped. New car trade-in. '53 CHEVROLET Sedan. Extra pood condition. '52 STUDEBAKER Hardtop. V8, fully equipped. '52 BUICK Hardtop. Two-tone finish. Clean. OPEN EVENINGS Edwards Chevrolet Co. · USED CAR LOT 1310 Eighth Avenue -- Phone 932 SEE WICKLAND MOTORS TODAY! 1956 Plymouth Savoy 4-Door Sedan. Overdrive, radio, heater, two tone finish. A buy ! 1955 Ford Custom 4-Door. V-8 engine. Radio, heater, light blue finish. · 1954 Plymouth Station Wagon 2-Door. Radio, heater, two- tone finish. Really clean. 1953 Mercury 4-Door Sedan. Radio, heater, Merc-0-Matic Trans. A good second car. 1952- Rambler custom coupe. Radio, heater, overdrive, VVSW tires. Really sharp. 27 miles per gal. Save ! PAYMENTS 'TO SUIT YOU! Lifetime Warranty WICKLAND MOTORS Chrysler-Plymouth 404 8th Ave. ' Used Car Dept., Tel. 1352 817 7th Street ' New Car Dept., Tel. 2945 Top Value Used Cars 1954 PLYMOUTH Belvedere Hardtop. Radio, heater, automatic transmission. Beautiful rose and ivory finish. 1953 MERCURY Monterey Hardtop. Radio, heater, overdrive. One local owner. 1951 CHRYSLER Saratoga V-8. Radio, heater, power steering, power brakes. Veryclean. · REDUCED TO $445 1953 PACKARD 200 Club Coupe. Radio, heater, overdrive. One local owner. REDUCED TO §495 · 1947 OLDSMOBILE 6 4-Door sedan. It runs pood. S135 1947 CHEVROLET 2 door sedan. Radio and heater. $135 1946 FORD V-8 2-door. ' $45 1946 DeSOTO ' Very good engine. $65 Cozens-Dralle Motor Co. ;, DeSoto-Plyrnouth Uui Con and Tiucki 5 1 , UieJ fin in* Tnicki 51 611 8th Avenue ..Phone 1358 ron sALi:-i3i6 I'^ *j».Me fit,,. HI Heater, radio, hydramutic, power s t e e r i n g a n d brakes, tinted glass, white sidewalls. This beautiful Mandan red and ivory two-tor.e has had only one careful owner and 13,700 actual miles. One year 100'I- wm-mity. 811 7th St. Phone 399. McArthur-Wheeler SHOP-SAVE COMPARE! 1352 Chevrolet Pic-tup. Loyally owatM. Very slick. Heavy d u ' y e q u i p m e n t ..... JSOO 1951 Chevrolet U Ton. Radio and u e a t e r J525 ldl« Kurd Vi Ton $165 1K57 1'ord K a n c n \VflRon. Loaded Save JSOO 1912 Bukk Special Riviera Hardtop. Loaded. S\lrV, 1565 S t V E H A L O T H E R S MOTOR MART George Fisk Chuck Gardner 1321 8th Avenue WHY BUY a low-priced new car when you can save money in buying a very low mileage 3ig /Vicrcur; Big /Vlcrcury Demonstrator Prices arc born here--and raised elsewhere! McMILLEN MOTOR CO. Lincoln-Mercui-y Dealer 1412 8th Avenue Phone 615 SPECIAL FOR TODAY! 1950 FORD Tudor Sedan. Nice finish, good tires, radio, heater, overdrive. For the low, low price of 1949 MERCURY 2-Door. Runs good, looks Rood. Radio, heater, overdrive. 1950 CHRYSLER Hardtop. Far above average. A local, one owner car for only $299 $299 $329 "We Service What We Sell" OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS WELLS MOTOR CO. 1108 8th Avenue Phone 2996 20 Years in Same Location '52 MERCURY and '52 PONIIAC '51 MERCURY '50 PACKARD ' '48 JEEP STATION WAGON '49 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION '49 CHRYSLER SEDAN '49 MERCURY 25 Other Low Priced Cars To Choose From We'll trade for anything you have. We Do Our Own Financing C^C")| ["YQ Corner of llth St. at 6th Ave. Ph. 367 PRICES .SLASHED Extra Special Bargains '50 Olds Super 88 $295 '50 Stuck 4-Dr. $125 "'50 Plymouth 4-Dr. $225 '49 Pontiac 2-Dr. $225 '52 Ford 4-Dr. $495 '50 Buick 4-Dr. $325 '48 Ford 4-Dr. $145 '5\ Buick $495 '51 Olds 88 $495 * Weld County Garage BUICK POiriAC CMC Used Car Lot -- 815 Uth St. 1 Thursday, June 20, 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 23 Died Can and Truck] 51 fOR SALE -- 1915 Wlllfi j«p In fOH SALL Ch. I03IM. HuicJi Spceul :-dr Died Can rod friKbi 51 KOR SAL£-- 1!JO c t door ·» KOR FAIJ:--mi 0« O'dsttoWlt t- WE BUY, SELL AND | T^rcrfiJvr!"!^ u,». d..i t» TRADE USED r . A K S i ^."Mr"'"""'"" LJAlTtKLt-S curaDWM It Bft, Am 37.93 uehiac*. EUbulh tfcatntOrt -^ ' , T? rajirra USE! rtiliKri siis ct ciionobllt Retiring. Good u*d prim John Tbampvm'a tim. t « r I o Q I idri £01 Sib A*. Ph 48M. Ninth Street Motors A L P U R D Y 1919 9ih St., Greeiey Ph. 10* '57 Ford Custom "300" Kordor. \'S and overdrive. Radio, hoai- er, Kpei'l?! two-tone imini. it's sharp. .Lowest mileage, '56 Ford C o u n t r y Sedan Fordor. A u t o i n u i l c iraiifinilBBlon, rnillo, Ueater, E a f e t y equlpmcni. w h l t e w n l l s . A nice w a R o n . P 5G Chevrolet 210 D e 1 n a y Six, f t u i o n i a t l t - d r i v e , r a d i o , heater, low mileage. Ono owner. Very clean. '55 Iluick Special '2-Door. Automatic iraiiBniliitilon. A very clean cnr, low mileage. '54 Ford VS Tudor. A local car. Very low mllcafje. new u a i n i . '53 Chevrolet BelA.r. Aiilo- nifltlt. 1 , transmission, r a .11 o, (wo-lone p a i n t , near new tires, A sharp cur. TWO N I C K l O i i l Ford VRs, Fordor and Tudor, Iladins, hoaterE, very clean cars. Local owners, A u t o m a t i c drive, Two p.rnnomy cars -- 1950 N n a h Amhasaador Supers w i t h overdrive. Clean cnrs. A N Y T H I N G FIIOM A f -iS T H R U T)4. SOME OF THE CLEANEST C A R S I N TOWN. 60 Special Healer, r a d i o , hydramatlc, power steerinB and brakes, electric windows and- s e a t , t i n t e d Rluss. W h i l e aidowalln, , air coiulKionluR. Many other Cadillac exclusive extras. This b e a u t i f u l Cascade grey and Tahoe blue two-tone has only l(i,SOU ncliinl miles and ona very c i i r c f u l owner. One year ino r r w a r r a n t y . Sll 7th St. Phone 3M. McArthur-Wheeler Home Cr A u t o Trailer! 53 ron KAI.H--J.w : «h-.l tr.iiu. · I'h. ',\2 ntlgr 5 p.m. Ph. 1126W. l l t A I L K K f i lor rent, moderbi* raua. 1IU N N t h Ave I l h !)fi4W 1555 MODEI, 4! n. Irnilfr. Sell or truile for imaller trailer. Ph. 43DOJ at_ltr_B. FOU tiALFI -- CHn]|)inir trailer, tear drop, SU5. Mult loll. SK behind 1301 tlh Su. or call (KdlSRl. TOR SALE--SO I I . Parn. Am. 1SB4 2 Mrocm crmn'lrlr w l l h bath, TV. rnolrr, extra lire. Call 2712M afler- nnnni. J2BOO. Uaed Can and Trucks 51 "A-l" SPECIAL 1951 Buick Special Hardtop. Two-tone green finish. Immaculate inside and out. Five new tires. New battery. Fully equipped with radio, heater, dynaflow. $500 No Trade This is but a sample o[ the many bargains we ar« offering. See our complete stock I See Garnsey and Wheeler's New Car Display at th« HOME, FARM AND SPORT SHOW Open Wednesday Night at the Greeley Community Building. Garnsey and Wheeler Your FORD Dealer 715 llth Street Phono 220 CALL THESE SALES REPHESENTATrVBS ANYTIME Harry Hull, 2376H -- Carroll Flack, Q9U2 -- Lew Klltl. 33t Clarence "Sweds" SwanBon, 13I3J1 -- Jlra Gardner, 1763NJ Mike Finch, 2S64NH MARKETS ENVER LIVESTOCK Gallic 250: All classes about ·leady; lllly cows H.DQ-15.50; earners nnd rul- n 11.00-13.50; utility bulls I7.W-17.50; v Rood feeder hclfcrs 620 Ibs. 18,00. Calves * 23: All claiscs sLcady; choice ilers 2300; medium clack steer calves .00-20.00; medium and good heifer calvci 00-18.50. Hoga 500: Steady; mixed U. S. No 1-3 rr; old crop limb 1.00-3.00 off: prima nicer rarrassci BOO to BOO ]ba 42.00 to 4-1.50: jirlinr vcnl 90 Lo 120 Iba 41.00 lo 4fi.(KJ; choice and primo (iprlng lamb 35 lo 65 Jbs «.M to 4H.OO: prime old crop lamb under 55 Ibs 44 M to 48.00; choice fileer hlndefjuarlcrs 4U.OO to 52.00; rlba 45.00 lo 52.00, arm chucka 20.00 lo 30.00. DENVER DEANS General hid lo grower* for 1955 crop plntos, Denver rale basis selling 7 75- B.OO for U.S. No 1 and 7.50-7.71 lor U S. No 2; Great Northern Nebraska rain basis nclllnn 6.10 tor U.S. No 1 and 5.81 for U.S. No 2. D L N - V K H POTATOES Imc 95-107 Ib. slaughter sp .00; cull and utility slauglitci l a m h j es 3.00- MAIIA LIVESTOCK Hoci 3.000: Birrows and Kills Rlcady 25 hlgberj BOH-! fully ilundy lo Mmr,/, lird U. S. N'o 1-3 hulchprs IOT-Z10 Ibs ,75-20.00: light bulL-hcr weight taws uo- r 300 Ibs lB.00-IA.2j. Cattle 1,500, calves 50: Fed steers nnd d nelfera weak lo 25 lower: w r a k ; veal- t and hlllJne calves weak to 1.00 lower: oke fed steers 23.00; Rood and choice Lfen 19.00-22.50; ulillly and commercial 13.75-16.00: choice vcalt-m lo 24 00. Sheep 800: All cla.urs generally itc.idy; od to pnme spring lambs lltO Ibs down 50-22.00; cull to good shorn slaughter s 3.00-7.W; good 60 Ib spring fced-r bs 20.00. Market about steady; 100 Ib iflrks U.S. No 1 nlze A unless otherwise Blaledi nrw Arli round icds U.S. No 1 2lfe In. min. mostly 3.25; long whites U.S. N» 1 size A Calif. 3.00-3.50, moslly 3.25; A rl.e. mostly 3.25. DENVER EGGS AND TOULTBT EHes: -Markel steady; demand mod- "raic; offering liberal; prices paid de| llvcrcd Drnver for c H gs candled and I firadcd In Drnver, cases Included: LarffO whiles AA 32-34. A 2H-30, B 22-26; larfli , mlMid AA 30-33, A 26-2D, B 22-2fi- med: l u m whiles A 22-27; B 18-23; medium I mixed A 22-27, B 18-23; tmall A 18-23| undrrpradcs large 13-16. small a :md over 15-16: under 4 Iyjlc * Ihs and ovcr · bout strady; tov,i slcatJy tn easier; Us unchanged; vealcrs und n l j u s h l p r IVCB steady to wrah: hlch prjorl lo hw olre fed yearllnss slccru 22.75: h i e h ' and low choice 850 |h fed hcilrrs n t a n d i r d and good heifers 15.50' I0.50-13.2i': b u l l s ' letdown" gnort 30-ZI.OO. C " a " a f l U i { 1 C r Cd V " ogi 2,000; steady lo i t r n n f : h u l k US 1-3 200-240 Ib barrows and gills 19.2^- ROWJ 13.00-17.25. IPPP 500: il^adj; good to pnmr spring uahler lambs 70-100 Ibs ]3.(W-2i it); ughlcr twcs S.75-7.00. ICAGC LIVESTOCK ccnlj oil. Hecelpti wrr^ fi.i.-fKi About 150 head ol No 1 a n i l 2 2'.1 230 pounrl h u l r h e r ^ brou^l;' '·"·· -'i : practlcil top. A 23-htad loi 1,0Id' ai -30. Larger Jols of mixed (jr-tch- JIO 400 pound sows brought 116.00 lo sn MI itrcrs ind hciftrs w t r r sr.ncc, a m i · m a r k e t was dull and prio-, u r n k WB and bulli ucrc f a i r l y a r t i v t finrl ally siMiJy. Vcalcrs w e r e slow an-J ady lo 11.do lower. Two loads of 1.2', 1.300 pound h l v h - choice « ( c n r Riopcd I24JO. /tecelpli wpie l.WO rall'c, 200 . Good «nd chok'c »prlnp J a m h * .00 lo (21.(w. Receipts « e r c "old C*ltlc 325; s l a u g h t e r mcem s'.railv; and bulls sn-ady; rhoite arour.1 2i Ib fttecn 23.75 and 21.25; i n i l K y 1 c o m m e r c i a l rowi I 5 . r i . f j m - hca\-j l i l f i n bulls 13.(W; good Sli Ib f.-rdnr nn 20.00, "ilvri ^0; -laujhlrr r a l v r - ahn:ii ·ady; lo-*- gd'.'l lo t h o i i p Li O'i-Zi.(xi. Iog» 12j; early supply loo Una II f«r equate Ir*l; m i - r J i u m q u a l i t y lo I' S 2-3 (round 2JO Ib B r i g h t f a i r l y Ueailj- 19.00-20.50; No 2-3 400 Ib scrls about ady at 16.00. Sheep 73; nominally ilcady. j Waives lo Wyo. for Murder j M U S K O G E E , Okla. tfl -- Pokct I Chief Earl Newton said Tuesday ; t h a t Dale Wayne Swafford, 18, hai signed a waiver of extradition U) ; W y o m i n g where he is charged with · murder. S w a f f o r d , of San Diego, Calif., I is h r i n g hclrl here on a federal , c h a r g e of transporting a stolen car ; i n t e r s t a t e . ; In a signed s t a t e m e n t lo the FBI · S v r a f f o r d a d m i t t e d he killed Larus W a t s o n Howard, O m a h a , Neb., railroad porter, near Evanston, Wyo., .May 20. S w n f f o r d and T o m m y Grato, 16, a l s o of San Diego, were hHch-hik- i ing wilt Howard. The victim's auto i was found a b a n d o n e d at Liberal, ' Kan. S w a f f o r d was arcstcd at Salli- ; saw, O k l a . , J u n e 7 and charged j w i t h v i o l a t i o n of the Dyer A c t . He i m p l i c a t e d G r a t o in the slaying, h u ; G r a l / i a f l e r h i s arest denied Ihe k i l l i n g and W a r n e d Swafford. IC/.GO nUTTEH AM) EGGS lutl*r =teftdy; receipts I.737.rxx); vhole- e buying price, unchanged; 0] genre A 51, M A 59; 90 B KM; 19 C 5.'.; D 37; 89 C 55'/j. fit About ilcadv: rrrripu IV^ln); )]csa]c buylne prices :incliaiik'r:J; F5 cenl or belter A whin; .11. m l T r r l ; checks 25: current receipts 2S^. W YORK DRESS MEAT Compirrd with ThurMi... . -i week ;i er beef SO.].JO ol(; c.jw bcff 50 li ti: el]/ l.M lO'Apr; veil moilhf l.tw-s.r 1 } off ID ipolJj iprlntf limb Qp.5.DO iow- Local Market (Corrected to Juno 19) Whcat. bu. oals. cwt, .-. flarley _ Pinto beans, cwt. Iliillcrfal A large egfis . A medium eggs Heavy hens Heavy Lighls Light hens -- S2.10 __ S2.M _ $8.00 -- 56c _ 20c _ 27c lOe

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