Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 19, 1962 · Page 24
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 24

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, December 19, 1962
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Page 21 CREELEY TRIBl'XE Wed., Dcf-JO, 1962! The value «f other majo, crsj* " year and last. fe:,yoct»eijr, 1962 Farm Production Ties 1960 Record, 1% Over 1961 By OVID A. MARTIN ' Modern technological WASHINGTON 'Al' 1 - Farm-are given mijur credit. Onl ' in tnv crs produced a rccord-lyiii" volume of crops this vear which thc^^es. ruus , a! ! d nuti w production fi»ii; tt below last ve: agriculture department valued aLi ncrea iiiK-!ud«l- *hta'. S2.2.H.66' -j this year and S2ai0.97lj.«(» la*'. year; ua'.s. SSN W! iw and Wfc.2w5.wj: liay S2.477.8W.UOO and H.*M.3t7,- (K»J: wyl»iti fur Iwjm SI.5R! 72U,- if* a«d S1.54S.2M.OW): sorghum advanccs!»rain S505.HH.OCO ,'iiJ S4S1 3C2000- Ipulatiws S449.HO.OOu and $401.21)4,' Big Thompsongww^i One Johnstown... Bill Signed 25 Years Ago s. re I 8W.W.JMW. ui S365 million more than last year. rewor'.cd ineludcd: Feed skills 2 w, cent, dry The harvisl w i l l be 1 per centjio and sweo! 'muto'-s 25. Total above last year and the same asjoi! seed production aKu was the record set in IWu. A feature slightly above last year's high of this accomplishment is the factllevel. that it was achieved u". the small-! Corn, as lusual. topped all crops plagued sec'.iuiK of lii« East and because of World War II. it was South, lolu! crop production doubt- est acreage planted or grown in total value, tile amount being ed at 302 million'acres down 3 since _1929 and the smallest har-j$3.923.228.UO compared with S3,- less would have set a new record However, the project began de- high. Total acreage used was report' vested acreage since 1909. ''J08.217.0ll) last year. * This year as iast. California led value of its stales i;i total crops. This year's amount was Sl.'J14.777,uuu. Except for serious drought that per cent from last year and 17 per cent from acreage used in the late 1940s. This year's harvested acreage was reported at million, aL-o down 3 per cent from last year and the smallest since I'jdti. A factor in the acreage reduction from last year was retirement of additional grain land un- 1 der government payment programs aimed at reduction surpluses. jOf 62 Ordained HOME (AP.'-Archbishep Martin J. O'Connor, rector of tlie Pontifical North American College, to- WAsmvrim- . A P I F - \ - i day "' dained K youag A"*"""* nAam.viu:\ 'At -- trioayjm ih e K,,nian Catholic priesthood a)i mportam date in thesis-; A tiwuian j ^^ dUcn ded the ordination ceremony in the Church J! Clirist the King Many were relatives and friends of the voung President Kwsevelt signed pries t s who came fr(m , u^'uni,. d States for the ceremony. Thursday tlie new priests wil i offer their first masses in various Home Churches. They will continue their theological studies in Home until June, then return to the United States for assignments in their dioceses. JOHNSTOWN - The Past Ma- j"' lawtli f l dau « hter ' Jlr ^idevoUons »hich *a» the CbrW- LMrc A I CllluihArn ' Irons' Club met last week at the! Home Cafe for a 6:30 p.m. dinner, j i Hostesses for the evening were! smorgasbord in Lovdacd on Sat- tea 1 TM 3 were jtory of the S162 S-millian Colo-j rado-Big TJumpwu Project. It was 25 years ago on that date that the authorisation Work -MS begun in 1S3JS, but! not finally completed until 1959. * Salida Murder Trial Started SALIDA (API - Testimony in the stale's murder case against Orcn Bailey, 57. a carpenter, was presented Wed. to a jury of scv- i men and five women. Prosecution and defense lawyers accepted the jury late Tuesday and the first witnesses were called immediately. Court attaches said an effort is being made to complete the case before Christmas. Bailey is accused of the shotgun slaying last June 26 of Raymond Burgctt, 31, married and the father of a child. Police said Bailey told officers the shooting climaxed a dispute with Burgett, who al egedly owed $0,000 to Bailey. Disl. Judge Max Wilson of Can m City is presiding. hvering watsr and power by 1952. The interior department said hi e last decade "Big Tom" has livered .wire than 2 million re-feet of supplemental water to i.OOO acres ond 12 communities northern and northeastern Colado. In addition, about 6 billion kilo- alt-hours of electricity have! en channeled from the project load renters of the Missouri ver Basin Project power sys- m. In the 10-year span the areas cciving supplemental w a t e r ve produced crops with a gross luc of nearly $757 million. Net wer and water revenues have mounted to $29.1 million. Water recreation areas huve en developed at 12 reservoirs in e project. Kive of these »vc the 8,000-foot elevation. FINE BULOVA WATCHES as low Large Assortment A75 of PENDANTS, From £ SOLITAIRES 135°° Ship on Test Run YALTA - The Russian hydro oil ship Viklir claimed to be the biggest in the world, has been undergoing trials in rough weathei on the Black Sea. She can earn JOO passengers nt a speed of a miles per hour. CANBERRA - Australia's gov ernmenl has provided for a defieil in its new budgel In slim ulate expansion. »? MRS. AVA MILLER ut the piano by Mrs. Garry Walt- Mis, tula Owens of Denver is speeding the week with her son- ford Mrs. Carney Welaan tai Mrs. Rhineholt Lesser the hostess. Mrs. Ernest Pope conducted to ·s. Al Sundberg. d U ;mas story. Mrs. Erne*t HaroWy land Mrs. Fop Mmes. Paul Sliafer. Larry Cogburn and Jim Grigor. Twenty members were presi'iil and four ;uests were .Mmes. Robert Kidd, Karl Cogburn, Kenneth Headley and Elizabeth Tromble. Mrs. Noble Love, president liad charge of tlie business meeting. Election of officers (or the new year was held with the following results: Mrs. Al Sundberg, president: Mrs. Oliver Swaney. first vice president; Mrs. Larry Cogburn, sec- urday night and then went to the I an exchange of gifts. The new priests include Joseph 1 ""' 1 , vit ' e P resi ** Mrs- Paul n r Shafw funml.,».,. M..,. /* n _ n A. 1-aBarge. Denver. Colo., and! Jeremiah T. Sullivan. BiiMe. Mont. Man Sentenced For Rustling Cattle in Idaho ol the Old Wcsl. . James L. Buckingham, \D1IS ABB/.-Only tnree Eth- ians are expected to apply for WEISEK. Idaho (AP) - Shades meeting. Shafer. secretary; Mrs. C o r a Brown, treasurer. These officers will be installed at tlie next meeting. Worthy matron, Mrs. Kenneth Headley will be initialed into the club at that time. The president announced that the jewels the club had ordered for the chapter had arrived and these will be presented at the next also known as James Erwin Lafram, »as sentenced Tuesday to 7 years in the Idaho State Penitentiary for cattle rustling. Only its not cattle rustling anymore--its grand larceny of cattle. Buckingham of Cambridge, Idaho, also is wanted by authorities merican business visas in 1903.1 theft. in Malheur County, Ore., for horse lira Aihcraft home is Milhken! or an evening of pitch. High' score was won by Mr. and Mrs. William Herter; traveling by Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Sampson, and ow by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Warner. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kness. lenny and John James, spent Sunday with Mrs. Kncss' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sloan. The Dorcas Class of the Baptist ;hurch held their Christmas par- y at the home of Mrs. W. 0. Bed- Johnstown. Instead of an exchange of gifts, each one present gave SI.00 to be sent as a gift to Sands House in Denver. Roll call was answered by each giving a Christmas tradit'ion in their family. Mrs. Love, president, presented each one with a box of Christmas candy. The meeting closed with group singing of Christmas carols, led by Mrs. Carl Burch, accompanied followed by The family of Mrs. J. A. Cirl- son joined her at the Sierra Vtsti Home in Loveland on Dec. IS to celebrate her 90th birthday. Two sons flew in from California. They are Harold of Gilray and Floyd of Stockton. Other childa.n from Denver, Lyons and Johnstown were present. Mrs. Dorthy Myert, roommate of Mrs. Carlson, joined the family in eating the birthday rake which had been baked by Mrs. Ernest, a daughter iron CUP -N' SAVE COUPON SAVE 8.00 6-Transi«tor Radio with Caw 11.95' Impurted, excellent quality. Kejr. 19.95. 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