Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 24, 1957 · Page 53
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Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, June 24, 1957
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IM! lift*. 41 rOI «»LB- "«U War.... |^, n trfttt T»m« Cln« to ffc tltll tr-UUal »aa C«ll »i a* J*. Wa«t fit f«*r k«oM ti C«l Alt Park on Httu» tu Fa mi fog IALC-lll«w tn« tni II M«l alloaUj A not loaa »ila ·of* ta» ··»»» Mfvntr ·* ··· frotftlr Ph Cato* Ulw lllLLIKEM. Cob., boti.n* nri,at lot IX1» a*) tlllOl aa Brwa El IKtf U9 4ow». t i t i*r mo. Oinai l E. N««m«i. Arndia. Cil.l. 49 Yean IB llutineii In Greelej 111 10th St. Ph. 760-761 Wigglni -- 160 atrei ill level. .A good producer, : food Irrigation well*, fair Improvement!. Full price ItO.cvOO. Four miles from Severance-101 acres. Dairy farm, llu; all the machinery and cattle, ha« modern home. Get all the crops. * IlarneiTllle -- !16 acres In a!l. HI acres of very tood Irritated land. No. : Ditch Water. plus 5 Irrigation wells. Good beet allotment. 2 m o d e r n homes. All for ISn.MO. See this toon. $0 acre's -- a rerjr good early potato farm, nearly all level, fair Improvements. 1100 gal. Irrigation veil plus ditch water. Full price 125,000. We have several other food farm and ranch llulngf. FARM AND tlANCH LOANS LOWEST INTEREST, LONG TERM WE HAVE SEVERAL OTHER VERY GOOD LISTINGS Kitl firat* llll till il-», ..M Wdmm. AlUd»al ,.,,,.. · OH BALE-Brit. i^m ·fUn. In tlocki frea. Go* HOOK. rropmi si I J!* 'I 1 " °"*" *·"· f ° ·" ii n rat-- t»w TOR aALL-ll.tV.«d I ' k »-«« Hi car tara,.. rluu lra»« ronatriKtioB. likt ·». "ka · «»rtia. bliata. f» till 111 L Realtor - Insurer Ernie Scott. Rei. Ph. 559» Carl J. Anderson. Ph. 1IJ1W M. E. Haran. Res. Ph. 711 WELSH and ANDERSON ^ Realtors 811 10th Street Ph. 124 NEW LISTING S p a c i o u s 6'/i room home with full basement. Close in. Cameron school district. 1700 13th STREET Lovely 3 bdrm. home with full bsmt. Maplewood' district. O w n e r transferred. HILLSIDE ADDITION NEW SHOW HOUSES 2601-2611 llth Ave. OPEN DAILY 2 to 8 * Sales Agents WHEELER AGENCY, INC. Realtors -fr 809 9th St Phone 2195 GLEANER-BALDWIN COMBINE featuring ·tr Maximum accessibility 6 Top mounted engine £ Folding, unloading £ Center Line Operators' auger Platform PLUS MANY MORE FEATURES FOUND ONLY IN GLEANER-BALDWIN! Rainforth Equipment Co. 2207 9th Street --Your Allis-Chalmcrs Dealer-, Fred L. McCrory Flrit InrtnitrlaJ Bank Bid; 8th Ara. at SU El Phoai (U ETelnfi IIH W 1719 15th Ave. This I bdrm. home hai large llr.-dlnlni rm, family rm, with flreplarr, breeiewajr and ga- ra^e. Full finiahtd basement Shown bjr appointment 2421 10th Ave. 3 bdrmi, UTR* kitchen w plenty cabinet space, utility rm,. large garage, fenced back yd. Immediate poiteti.on. Near ftchool* 2 bdrm-.. large Hvtnj-dintnj[ rm.. loTely kit* chen with br. nook and utility rm.. att garaee, Good (arm la Eaton d.itric. Good water right and reserrolr. Modern house and other good out buildings. \Ve bare some good (arms In the Wiggins district -with good wella. Can b« bought worth the money* on good terms. MARVIN C. FUNK - Realtor · 1011 lib Arenit Phont 4S1C AMERICAN BEAUTY 2140 GLEN FAIR DRIVE 1118 14th STREET Flnett Eirl ^ Anjtri( . 4a stTliw . One block to Cameron [ Shake root. 3 tpicioua b e d ^l T nrm. "i room home i rooni ' »'"· * "'· l " thl - Lulury fchool.I-irKc5roomnome! brlck kltchfn ,, Mmfd ,,,,,,, with full bsmt. Reasonaolj Klrfp |, ce Fu n tasement, dou- priced. ble raratt. A truly fine home. 1127 16th STREET Large 3 bdrm. home in Cameron location. Wonderful family home with plenty of room. BELAIR PARK Deluxe 3 bdrm. home with many extra features. W-W carpet and drapes. Built-in stove and oven. Owner transferred. 1411 23rd AVENUE One of the finest homes In Grcelcy. Beautiful w-w carpetinsr in HvinK and dininjr room. All rooms on one floor with 'V; basement. HEINZE ADDITION New 3 bdrm. home with full bsmt. Many built-in appliances in k i t c h e n . Beautiful lot and -double paraRC. 3017 HI DRIVE Easily financed 3 bdrm. home. \V-\V carpet. Under $12,000.00. Here is a real buy. 5ACRETRACT Will fell or trade. Call 124 for details. LOTS FOR SALE Maplcwood l o c a t i o n . Call 121 for detail.'. CITY PROPERTY Joe W. Murphy Res. Ph. 982 Clyde L. Williams RCJ. Ph. 1422 FARMS and RANCHES M. ». Anderson Res. Ph. 39 J. t.yi* Robertson Rf». Ph. 1101 2009 9th AVE. Fine old J bedroom h o m e ! Full basement, t bathl, (a raie. nice yard. 1903 l l t h AVE. Small older home. Good location, basement, double rarace. JS750. Terral. 1739 FAIRACRES Cool and ihadr. I bedroom-. 2 baths, fireplace, dlnlntrcom, baiement. double iar«re. 2124 13th ST. neauttful new 3 bedroom brick In Maplewoexl. Tile bath and ro«der room. Rullt In kitchen. 2 f i r e p l a e f « . Full basement Double saratf. 50 fttm SO COMBINE MORE PROFIT WITH LESS with a Uit4 Can UiW C*n mi Tr-nkj SI (ALT. - Itll WUln "» . n. ITIINK. l-0» 1ALE-1IM l-Mtb* ««!.i«. fai!» mbr*. n. mi*. tIM Tl Arc, roi SALaV-rlnt ttM k»« "»· ]m\7i"*-*rM-S'rL. t','r,"i | tin., to*. «u. Bat «t lilt IX* *'«· 111. . n Fk. 111. KOI IAIX-1IU ra*UM I M «a tu Uw BDM.-I. n*U al tour f IHIW xii ru an TiATEMiM rett nil* ».aur »4 OTtrtX'f. llll llta AM* tfur I w-m. DUTCH AUCTION Price Reduced 510.00 Each Day Until Sold 1951 BUICK RIVIERA HARDTOP COUPE Dynaflow, radio, heater, seat covers, good tires. Mechanical condition good. A RKAL BARGAIN Prices are born here--»nd raised elsewhere! McMILLEN MOTOR CO. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer 1412 8th Avenue Phone 616 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! IF YOU CHOP FROM WINDROW. PICKUP ATTACHMENTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR THESE MACHINES. SELF-PROPELLED WINDROWERS JlcCormick 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. Ellis Capp Equipment Your International Han-ester Dealer 508 8th Ave. Phone 134G ONE YEAR FULL GUARANTEE Absolutely No Gimmicks Don't Buy Any Used Car Until You Have Investigated This 100% One Year Warranty McARTHUR-WHEELER Your Oldsmobile-Cadillac Dealer 811 7th St. Phone 399 USED CAR LOT 430 8th Avc. Phone 800 HARVEST SPECIALS OLIVER MODEL 35 SELF-PROPELLED COMBINE Equipped with 14 foot header, Hesston Auper, Varin ble Speed Belt Drive, Special Grain Savinp, Scmi- RevolvinB Reel, Hart Scourklecn Re-Cleaner. Has been used less than 30 hours for factory experimental work. Carries full Oliver factory warranty. Regular Price F.O.B, Greeley __ - $G2S6 Our Harvest Special Price YOU SAVE ., 5670 $5,616 HART-WINDROW PICKUP ATTACHMENT Regular Price S294.25 Our Harvest Special Price YOU SAVE $39.25 NEW OLIVER 14 FOOT SELF-PROPELLED WINDROW SWATHER Regular Price Our Harvest Special Price TRACTS LOANS TAWIS INSURANCE M a r v i n Funk rh. »2S d. \ V a - « f m l l l t r Ph. Ted Fur.k Ph. !IO-J Irrigation Sri""" SAVE -- fij Buyiai! tron Inl- Eation E q u i p m e n t .^[ifcialiJtl Siphon Tubei l u In i 5t In. Doubl« Dend JOc : In I 51-ln. bcable Dfnl JIJO Cinrat |.ami «.ft. i tt. Treated ;.tt- i 5 It. Treatf t I3.."J Irriuation EnRincerinff, Inc. 1 .Vlltt Sntith on U.S. 15, Greflfy Firm t«ifn»«' 50 . rat", 1* (1 »it»n«K« f***". ,,,.!.,, .-» »or,W rafia. Oa« rf, ^».l^ 14 ·«! J'*«""» |",:.,J. Noma.t, T-4HI. A* Maril". YOU SAVE _ $2410 $2,110 "A-l" USED CARS 1956 BUICK Special 4-Door Hardtop. Dynaflow, radio, heater, power steering, power brakes. A beautiful car. " 1956 CHEVROLET V8 4-Door Sedan. Radio, heater, powerRlide. This is the one. 1953 FORD V8 Tudor. Radio, heater, Fordomatic. A sound car at a reasonable price. 1953 CHEVROLET BelAir 4-Door. Radio and heater Solid in every respect. 1955 FORD Ranch Wagon. Radio, heater, overdrive The dual purpose unit. 1951 FORD V8 Custom Tudor. Radio and heater. Lot* of KO for the money! Just a Sampling! We've Got 'Lots to Choose From Garnsey and Wheeler Your FORD Dealer 715 llth Street Phone 220 CALL THESE SALES REPRESENTATIVES ANYTIME Harry Hull. JJTiH - Carroll Flack. 0»UJ - Uw Kltti, US Clarmc« "Swede" Swanson. 13»M - Jim Gardner. 17IJNJ M!k» Finch. :i6INn $300 One used Owatonna 12-ft. self-propelled windrower. One John Deere 12 ft. windrower, like new. Pull type. One 7 foot 1HC combine, like new. Pull type. One Moline Uni-tractor with uni-harvester. Pickup attachments. Implement Co. Phone 133 "A-l" SPECIALS 717 6th Street C«n tmd Tn-eVl SI Ut4 Coti «n Trucks 51 Buying A New Home? Save on funti.«h!njrs-- Read classification.' 27 and 30 for re*! houie- hold IT DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE WHERE YOU BUY! 1956 Plymouth V-8 4-Door Station Wapcin: Radio, heater, overdrive. Two tone red and white fini.'h. 1955 Ford V-8 4-Door Custom. Radio, heater, blue fini.'h. A fpecial at $1095. 1953 Jeep Station Wapon. C cyl. Heater, radio, cr.irclrive. 1952 Rambler Custom 2-Door Hardtop. Radio, Heater, overdrive, WSW tires. LIFETIME WARRANTY 1957 1956 1956 1956 1954 1952 1954 1954 1953 1952 Mercury Montclair Hardtop. B e a u t i f u l white finish with frrcen trim. Full power, full equipment, low mileage. 1957 taxes ra "s'AVE A BUNDLE ON THIS ONE! Na?h 4-Door. Radio, heater, automatic transmission, two-tone f i n i s h , whitewall tires. Mercury Monterey Sedan. Radio, heater, automatic transmission, power brakes, custom built scat covers. Beautiful two-tone blue finish. New whitewall tires. This car can hardly be told from new. SAVE A BUNCH ON THIS ONE! Ford 4-DfKir. Radio, heater, two-tone finish, whitewall tires. Sharp! Plymouth 2-Door Station Wajron. Heater, now two-tone finish. One local owner; 32,000 actual miles. Dodirc -l-Dtxir. Heater, new two-tone paint, one local owner, exceptionally clean. Chevrolet Club Coupe. Radio, heater. One local owner. I)(«IKC Town Panel. Heater, automatic trans- minion. 13,000 actual miles. One local owner. Can hardly be told from a new one. Save a lot of money on this from the price of a new one. Ford ' ^ Ton Pickup. Radio, heater, overdrive. Ford Ranch Wajron. Radio, heater, overdrive, eood rubber, exceptionally clean. Runi like a top! Priced right! F E K THESE SALESMEN: Art E!rlr.t'»rtfr -- El Krltilir OPEN EVENINGS UtW C«n «»·) Tncka SI ATtUlta iMrutaax IIJI atkava. tatajlH II ·* txriton iht J«k» T»a«a«a«*c · · r I · · a atwa MI so At* n int AD Gire fa VW roi iAUt-mi ror v-» -*»r ·II Ilk A.» tt 1IIIW. ·Ol iALK-lUt (llt Ipatial Mr mm FOR (ALt-tlll II OH.^-Wl. I- Harm I. «W. Co-l co^l. !»· Tk. ITIIW. OR lAL^-Ckan llll Vlrloria. o. fc«at«T, »«ar«lrl*t. I I M «n. rr ea*4 car lot prk««. llll llta USED CARS 57 Ford V8 Sedan 57 Chev. V8 St. Wapon. 56 Ford V8 2-Door. 56 Chevrolet Sport Sdn. 56 Plymouth Sedan. 56 Chevrolet 2-Door. 55 Mercury Hardtop. 55 Chevrolet Hardtop. 55 Pontiac Hardtop. 5 Buick Hardtop. 55 Ford V8 2-Door. 55 Ford V8 Sedan. 54 Mercury Hardtop. 4 Slercury Sedan. 54 Ford V8 2-Door. i3 Chevrolet Sedan. 2 Buick Hardtop. i2 Studcbakcr Hardtop. 51 Pontiac 2-Door. il Chevrolet Sedan. iO Chevrolet 2-Door. .0. Buick Sedan. 50 Pontiac 2-Door. 50 Buick Hardtop. 49 Chevrolet Sedan. 49 Mercury 2-Door. RA1LF.RS tot 55 Chevrolet '/a T. Fkup. 54 Chevrolet Sed. Del. 53 Chevrolet'/i T.'Pkup. 52 Chevrolet i/ 4 T. Pkup '61 Chevrolet Panel. '49 Ford Panel. '50 Ford 1/s T. Pickup. '48 Ford \' t T. Pickup. 1 OPEN EVENINGS CHEVROLEF CO. USED CAR LOT 1310 Eirhth Avenue Phone 332 londay, June 21 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 27 Una) Cars «· Tracki 51 FINAL SALE 5" Left MUST SELL BY THE 27th! 954 Dodi;e 2 ton with grain box. 952 Dodge i ton. 948 KB-8 International. 930 Chevrolet truck. 951 Chevrolet Suburban. laney's Used Cars Ault, Colo. Houu 0 Auto Trailer! 53 4lh of Rural Roads Are Hard-Surfaced CHICAGO-Some of 701,000 milei of hard-surface rural road's and another 1,200,000 miles with itone. ills, or travel lurfacet are in ui« In the United Statei. But even 10. the bard-sur- fice roidi make up less than a fourth of the nation'i rural roadi. And there are still 1.121,000 milei of rural roads, or 37 per cent of the total, that j»ve ro surfacing at all. Music Appreciation When an organ grinder in London wai found slumped over his barrel organ, police learned that the "buciviin'a" audience had been far too appreciative. Grinding out music from a barrel organ can prove monotonous, the itinerant grander explained. But on this night a crowd assembled around him. "It wasn't my fault." he told the police, "that they kept giving me beer instead of money." Unmapped Lake trailer. !·! ron n. Miiji. ISt M(ll)r.L II ft. traiUr S*II ·ada rr amall. N7KII to bur. r. til'r hr. UI *. in r*f-1 «Mr '12 ucdr] or iitr r]t^_PM N-10. ~SALE-l«S2 . trailrr bouta. !w dc«n .. tt tott'« Sain ati4 Trailer O^irt. Ift I t , 4ft»r I p m. ·OK SALK-- 19 ft. Tarn. Am. I»SI Jrwm romrkta »ith bath. TV. r. »xtra tire. C'll 2T111I afur. MADISON. Wil. in -- The TM i Wisconsin Conservation Department hat bought M acrei of land on the .short of Hook ' i«. isooj j , ak(1 bu , don - t ^ to find lt on the map. When the map surveys ucre made, the lake was dry and shoreline property own- . Tribune. II It. Lil-rti Classified Index BU £*nie« A SorsJia* amri A Room Boata A f Ifaurl .due*?* ,\ Inatmctk* *ra taii irirnl or lint--Apia or ItYBt--Bgildini or R«V--Ian '01 Rent--GaratM or Rrtt-- !lona*« _« '«r H«BV-- VI tltrmn. 'or Kaat--Otflra Spaa* Tor R*»v-- Raona Trvlta A VacHabla* f«r«ai lla] Oral. - ers had extended their boundaries out to the center of th« swamp that remained. The ake since has returned and he property owners retreated o the shoreline. lloi llouu A Alto Triilan . t rrlcvtlo* Lrt'a Swap UiMtock Formosa Needs Coal Taipei--To meet Formosa's increasing demands for coal, brought about by the rapid development of industries, the expansion of 11 e a m power- generating plants, and Increased population, the Provincial Coal Mining Association ha» launched a fite-year production plan. Under It, 1936 production would total 2,900,000 metric tons and the target would rUe steadily, with the 1900 goal tet at 3,700,000 metric toni. t a fnni . _ .. . UOIIBC A Gtorara -- Mtnuant* RM| l^uu ___ RacHct t Unlatlm ^___ II »a. riaata. flo-.n ___ » itaatlona Waited ranaperuUon r«IJ*r Spar* V.RaJlo aWrrlrn a«d Can a Trucka aetH To Rrat Girl Conquers Men A 21-year-old Chinese policewoman in Hong Kong, Chan Kwci-liinR, foujht two ruffians with bare flstj and overcame them. She had been ihadowiae :be l*o Chinese men. who were wanted, bul when the was aboiit to detain them (her Hacked her. So well did ihe te her till* lhal she finallr inned them down, arrested hem and took them to the sta- Uttt C.n m*i Trvcki 51 Get a NEW CAR GUARANTEE WHEN YOU BUY A USED CAR YET PAY NO MORE- Come in and look at our larpe pclcction. Used Car Lot--815 llth St. Weld County Garage Yoi-r BUICK, PONTIAC. CMC Dealer ower Record Hrokcn PARIS-Among Paris' pay- to-enter touriit attractionj-- Notre Dame Cathedral's tower, the Louvre and Guimtt Mu- scumi, the Arch of Triumph, the Pantheon, etc.--The favorite by far is the Eiffel Tower. The number of visitors wba looked out over Paris in 1955 from the vantage point of the colossal erector let was 1,435.192, an increase of more than 130,000 over the 1951 record. WE'VE GOT A FEW LEFT in OLDER MODEL CARS PRICED FOR QUICK SALE! WICKLAND MOTORS ;Warren-Bunting Motors Chry»ler-Plymouth 401 8th Ave. . Used Car Dept., Tel 1352 8177thStmt f . New C»r Dcpt.. Tel. 2945 -- Ford Agency -John Warren " Jim B«nlinjr I Eaton, Colo. Thrfh* Eatp 29 '50 OLDS 4-Door Sedan. Radio, heater, automatic transmission. Needs a few repairs. For the low price of '4G PONTIAC 2-Diwr Sedan. Radio, heater, excellent' mechanical condition. Good rubber, (rood finish. For tlie low price of '50 STUDEBAKER 4-Uoor Sedan. Radio. heater, overdrive. An exceptional '50 model for · '50 CHRYSLER Hardtop 2-Door. R a d i o , heater, automatic transmission. A steal at '41 FORD Tudcr. Good tire«, motor run! pood. For quick sale. '50 FORD Tudor Sfdan. Radio, liiater. overdrive. Above average car. One local owner. _ _ _ - MORE TO CHOOSE FROM IN LATER MODEL CARS * Low Down Payments i; Special Terms to Qualified Buyers S195 $199 $349 $329 $79 $329 Radio Hook-Up Probably the world's most startled radio fan was the young railway passenrrr who set up his portable radio in a South African railway compartment rear Pretoria and tossed the aerial wire out on the roof of the far. The set ei- plnded under his eye? irA he fled from the scene. The aerial had touched the overhead elec- ( i r i e i t y system uhieh' carried 13,000"volts. Japan's Growth Tokyo--The rate of Japan's pipula'tion increase has fallen i n m e w h a t is recent y e a r s ap p a r e n t l y because of birth eon- t r . l . Fne or six years aco it ; w a s e s t i m a t e d Japan wojld ' have a population of 50.000.- j r/X) in 1S5« and 100.000.000 in 1057. The increase in 1933 was f/jfl.nno; at this rate the country is not likely to reach 100.000,000 before 13T2 or 1973. "We Service What We Sell" OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS WELLS MOTOR CO. 1108 8th Avenue Phonc^!D96 20 ¥e*n In S»m« Location : ERRS Dated in Oslo i Oslo-- Something new--dated e:cs--hai appeared in Oslo's croceries. Each carton pacVi-d i by the Ncrwecian Poultr)' Pro- clufers Co-operative Sales Soi c i r t y is sealed with a sticker i * a i n g the f e e s must be told bttore a certain date, and until then the orjar.iiation will j u a r a n t e e every 'Si?' Jnh Risks Calculated Geneva-There is a J r" cent chance that you will b« killed before you are W in » work-lite accident if you enter the construction industry Is Kuropc at ase U, an International Ijbor Orf.iniiation report declares. And your chances of losing i limb or an eye are Jlraoit 2^*r cent.

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