Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 28, 1962 · Page 18
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Page 16 GREELEY TRIBL'XE Friday, Dec. 28, 1962 butt 41 rOR SALE by o-twrr. bom* full finUbed 1SU St. *·_ Ell*. Ray Larson REALTY 2305 10th St Phone 353-2355 NEW BRICK HOMES Three bedroom homes juit com rleted. Mahogany cabinets i kitchen. Tiled bath w/butlt-i* vanity, luimed. uosbessioii. Con volitional financing. Alt garage $12.600, carport $12,250. 6 ACRE TRACT Large 4 iiedmoin home. Ha been completely remodeled ii last 3 years. Several out build ings including a 3 room hous which rents for {40 |rer mo Plenty of barns and corrals, run ning water in pasture. Taxes only JOS.Oli. Lot-ated within mile of city limits. $10,750 2 bedroom home, very clean new carpet in liv. din. room l^arcc kitchen with dining area Knotty pine paneled iiorrh. Ga rage, shade trees garden area RENTAL PROPERTY 4 bedroom frame home with 2 car garage. Large liv. din room with fireplace. Apartment rental In basement. Also in eludes 2 bedroom house in rear $10,250 Really a liuy. Nice 2 bedroom home w/1 bedroom am. Income of $130 per month. Recreation room and laundry in basement Furn. from 2nd floor apt. incl at this urice. 'I car garage. Owner leaving and wants to sell. CLOSE TO COLLEGE Large 2 bedroom older home with fireplace, full basement, one car gnrnge. Excellent investment, all for information on this buy. Listen our daily program. 7:15 a.m. KYOU, 1450 on your radio dial. LeRoy Davis S52-S590 Sarah Carbaugh 352-0127 Kay Larson 352-8589 Bob Foster 3D3-2381 Earle Russell 352-7665 If You Need,.. a good used car or a fine place to live, TV service man, a truck, a tractor, a job . . . READ TODAY'S CLASSIFIED PAGE Did You KNOW! If You Have Been Searching for a Perfect IE SITE . » neigbbortiood where youi! family will live and love doing it, and a neighborhood your friends will admire, choose Cottonwood Village Here's an area that will refte-i your appreciation of the good life . where you can build at once or wait a few years, with excellent flnanrjng to give you in assist. Delightful selections are a v a i l a b l e , so choose soon and get a choice one!! From the intersection of 23rd Avenue and IGtn Street, follow the signs to the entrances to Cottonwood Village. Developed Bv WHEELER REALTY CO. Io31 8th Avenue 353-IB16 Merle McNulty. 352.7004 Freddie Sclmileteiikiiop 352-4GUO Elmer H. Stolte, 352-5669 Horace E. Atkinson, 352-7966 Davo Clarksou. 352-2156 Jut] 353-0346 or any of salesmen on Saturdays and Sundays UM Cm ond Trycki 51 RADIATOR cleaning int] repairing. Used radliUin. AU types of auto and truck repnirinc. John Thompson Garage. 601 8th Ave.. or 115 N. Stb Ave. 313-1813. "A-l" Used Pickup 1955 Chevrolet V-i Ton Four speed transmission, six cylinder motor, good rubber, good motor. Body just a little rough. WEEKEND SPECIAL $495 SEE ONE OK THESE SALESMEN: Art Steinberger Dave McDonald 4!4-2oS2 Ray Wiedcman 353-4025 Herman Kindsfater 454-2971 Warren-Bunting Motors John Warren MSMYTb Jim Bunting 353-0238 KORD AGENCY, EATON'. COLORADO Phono 454-2591 YEAR END SALE 65 Used Cars To Choose From Drive-Compare Price Before You Buy YEAR END SALE Weekend "A-l" Special '58 Ford Fairlane 500 4-D Radio, heater, automatic transmission, .power steering, padded dash, good rubber. This is a local one owner car with 40,000 actual miles. In top mechanical condition. $1245 430 8th Ave. 352-82S8 McArthur-Wheeler Parkway West Homes 2-DOORS 4-DOORS SPORT COUPES SPORT SEDANS STATION WAGONS CONVERTIBLES PANEL TRUCKS PICKUP TRUCKS A 2-TON FARM T R U C K YES OUR CARS ARE WINTERIZED ·fr ANTI-FREEZE TO 20 BELOW ·K MOTORS TUNED COMPLETELY i; HEATERS WORKING We Have the Best Reconditioned Cars in Town THEY'RE READY TO GO! 40 Makes and Models to Choose From G-W ONE YEAR WARRANTY STOP IN TODAY WELLS MOTOR CO. Chrysler -- Dodge Greeley SEE ONE OF THESE SALESMEN: Dave McDonald 454-2382 Ray Wiedeman 353-4025 Art Steinberger 352-5732 Herman Kindsfater 454-2971 Warren-Bunting Motors John Warren 352-7776 Jim Bunting 353-0238 FORD A G E N C Y . EATON, COLORADO Phone 454-2591 New Year's Specials EVERYONE LOVES A BARGAIN! Look these over and you'll see what we mean! KMVIIt 1 MarW *aO,t li.inl iMdoalc; ·· ruvx amp: |fk«a pud feiiirrcd Deu tr lot tut eaadkd Hd tr»Ava it Utmtr. CMW nl«M4: \*tme wkMt AA »-»: larat Biu U tat: Bit o«w »kilo ud »h.«l AA IMtl laru »U« A »-». lariv BUK! A MS. mcdttuQ vtilu A 21-32: medium muff! A 3-31; wull A 21-23; Urge triiite . ic«. 11U itb St. StKVlfE or lint wait «, ,our notal. aoai, Pk. suhla'i TtaiUr Sale.. S53.:s«;. S«r»lc. oo all nako WANTED--! or 3 Wdroon alltr. Would Ukr i-rr i» S.U. xwU! »li« of Gr«[r OD !«.!· to our tuatomtn. Th«J wi UU you our deal* an beat Drop i or Photic S£3-!102. Cm »*! TriKki 51 C.n I Trvcki 51 Greeley Producers Public Stockyards FOR WEEK OF DEC. 14 Ca!tlf: 715. Buyer and seller enthusiasm was dampened by holiday snow and cold weather. Yearling steers steady. Yearling heifers weak to .25 lower. Limited supply of steer calves steady. Heifer calves weak to fully .75 lower. Slaughter cows .25 higher 13,000 actual miles on this 1961 Classic Custom 6 Cylinder 4-Door Sedan. Our top model. A local, one owner car. The spare has never touched the road. Well equipped. Seeing is believing ____ ......... _ with top of 16.50. Stockcrs. lecd- oil will be considerably better ers and calves: Good and choice next year. Exporters *ere good feeder steers 700-900 Ibs. 25.00-27.- buyers of rye. 35. Good and choice feeder heilersj Estimated carlo! receipts today 600-700 Ibs. 24.00-25.75. Good andjwere: wheat none, corn 71 cars, choice stock steers 500-700 Ibs. | oats 7, rye none, barley 7, soy- 1QC1 IJUi Lancer 4-Door Wagon. 28,000 actual miles. Lovely sky blue finish, radio, heater, automatic. Just like new in every way 1 QCO Rambler 4-Door Sedan. Six cylinder with over- 1JJO drive, radio and heater. Special factory naugahyrle interior trim. You'll love it. PICK-UP 1947 Ford 1.J Ton, four speed, radio and heater, rebuilt engine. Only $345 Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO (API-Soul to Mftj- ·rate gains were general in the jrain futures market no4 ·( the .ime today as speculators covered short positions in what dealers called largely a ysar-end trade. Transactions were slow and light with little commercial demand noted although brokers said a good volume was likely to develop next week, perhaps including considerable mill-buying. Soybeans continued t o w a r d firmness on the strength in markets for soybean oil and soybean meal. Some traders expressed belief foreign demand for soybean 26.00-28.00. Good and choice stock heifers 500-650 Ibs. 25.00-27.00. Good and choice steer calves 325 to 500 Ibs. 28.00-33.00. Good and :hoice heifer calves 300-450 Ibs. 2C.OO-29.00. Common to medium stocker and feeder steers: All weights 19.00-24.00. Common to medium stocker and feeder heifers all weights 17.00-21.00. beans 6. Wheat closed 'i to H cent a bushel higher. March $2.10H-?i; corn unchanged to l « higher, March S higher. March 73'. cents; rye to 'i higher, March Jl.32%-33; soybeans \, (o -, higher, January Wall Street NEW YORK (API-Stock market prices shaded lower this afternoon. Quiet trading and narrow Sep changes marked the next to last session of the year. Volume for the day dim Mar was cs- May M Chevrolet 2-Door. Radio, *QQ heater, powerglide ___ ..... ____ . _______ $JJ OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9:00 AND ALL DAY SATURDAY Growing With Greeley RAMBLER OF GREELEY 1321 8th Ave. 352-9038 A Fine "A-l" Used Car 1961 FALCON FORDOR 6 PASSENGER STATION , ; oats H lower tc . CHICAGO (API-- Prev, High Low Close Close Wheat Mar May Jul 2.11 2.10H J.10% J.10H 2.08=» 2.08S 2.06* 2.08H 1.89'i 1.88S 1.887, 1.884 l.Ul'i 1.9H, 1.91'i 1.914 1.134 l.«i 1.1314 1.13 1.154 1.14S 1.144 1.14«« 1.16! 4 1.15*4 l.U US 1.14 1.13S 1.13'i 1.137, 74' 4 734 TO 1 , 704 674 67H Itimated at 3.8 million shares com- Jul pared with 3 67 million Thursday, Sep The spotty decline developed aft- Oatj er irregular morning activity. Mar Even the wide moving issues May failed to show much movement. Jul IBM. ahead of 1 earlier, fell back to a small gain. Other growth] Jlye issues such as Polaroid were inac-:Mar live, j May Steels, motors, chemicals, rails,|Jul lirlines and aircrafu were all|Sq fractionally lower. j Soybeans Utilities, perhaps spurred by alJan 2.47'j 2.46 1 * 2.47'i bit of ycarend demand for window Mar 73?, 73'i 70S 704 67', 67H 68'. 68', 1.334 1.32 1 , 1.33 1.J24 1.294 1.284 1.294 1.284 1.26H 1254 1.26 1.254 1-254 1.254 dressing purposes, showed a high- May 2.494 2.48'i 2.49H J 48 t 2.514 2.5M, 2.514 2^50^, 2.S2H 2.51', 2.524 J.5!'« 2.50H 2.49', 2.50 2494 2.42H 2.424 2.42»i 2.424 2414 2.404 2.414 2.404 er tendency. ATM picked up Jul nearly 1 while Consolidated Edison'Auj; and Public Service Electric nndjSep Gas added fractions. ! ,Nov CM was the most active among; _____ the motors and fell a major frac-j"^** ]j ITV «» H »»«'» lion. Ford, American Motors and'two «nJ ««i""ri'krr?"*j3i?.5 «i,v'"nJ Sludebaker gave up a little whileIs.TvJwiY * "" "«*·»««' Chrysler advanced a little. luiTw." '",'1 ""'utv'sJ.Y "K Among the rails New York ren.!* miirVizj; NO' j I.LTJ^.' c ' *' °* tral, Pennsylvania, B40 and CO: ...uuvu i v^»»j_/\^i* u i rvcoijii urju o i r t i i u i N " ul , * ciiinvivaniH, oatu nnu WAGON. Radio, heater, standard transmission. °" ' c " Dat '' 1 smn 'l fractions , Blue ..-.- __ _ $18451 Amcric an Stock Exchange prices; rnnlintifwi mivtrl in m,J«·.-,(,, J«-i -.T.-" ·'- t Milo mil" 2 do 1060 RAMBLER CUSTOM WAGON. Six llaaav ,, K », radio, heater, automatic transmission. Yellow and white _ ___ _ $n95 1959 PLYMOUTH SPORT SUBURBAN. 9 passenger Station Wagon. V-8, radio, heater, automatic, power steering. Coral and white $1395 1960 FORD FORDOR 6 PASSENGER COUNTRY SEDAN. V-8, cruiseomatic, radio, heater and power steering. White __ _..» _ $1795 1956 PLYMOUTH CUSTOM 4-DOOR STATION WAGON, Radio, heater, automatic transmission. Green -- - - ?595 1957 FORD RANCH WAGON TUDOR. V8, radio, heater and Fordomatic. Tan and while $795 1959 FORD RANCH WAGON TUDOR. V8, radio, heater, Fordomatic. Very clean. One owner, low mile- I continued mixed in moderate dealings- Corporate bonds were irregularly higher. U.S. government bonds were were unchanged in slow dealings. Cash Grain j AIIVADA (API -- Two Loveland men. Bob Conger and Dave CHICAGO 'API-No wheat or! Sn - vlcr ' *'"" burned today In the soybean sales. Corn No 3 yellow i r r a ' 1.13-14. Oats No 1 extra hcaw' lnc age. Red --?1595 Two Loveland Men Burned in Plane Crackup mixed 78'.-. Soyiwan oil 84b-Hn. Barley: malting choice I.33H- feed 88-l.05n. o( thcir ''?'" Jl '' fcr iin County ncar Airport, See one of these Courteous Salesmen: JIM HOYLMAN, 352-4555 GORDON JOHNSON, 352-6371 H A N K SHEARER, 353-OS81 HARRY HULL, 353-0389 CAHROLL FLACK, 362-1824 BILL COMPTON, 352-9023 HARUY ROTH, S53-1240 USED CAR MANAGER Garnsey and Wheeler Co. Local Market (Corr«cttd I. DK. 21) 1962 Pinto Boans, No. 1 .... $3.50 1962 Pinto Beans, No. 2 .... $6.00 Oatj, cwt $2.15 Butlerlat 56 Barley $2.00 ieavy Hens 12 .ight Hens .05 medium egg» 26 OFFERS Choice of 2, 3, 4 bedrooms Unexcelled location Complete Electric Kitchen Colored Bath Fixtures | NO DOWN PAYMENT j TO QUALIFIED I VETERANS | LOW DOWN F.H.A. ! IF W E H A V E N T GOT !T,| YOU DON'T N E K D ' SKI-; V O l I t C I I U K . ' E AT WITH THE PHONE 352-6750 2403 W Htb Street Open 2:00 to 8:30 Dallj Evenings Call: Jack Schrnber 362-:3Si '1 oil Kusler flu} it Bir-rliach I 352-5W Edwards /' Chevrolet Co. USED CAR LOT 1310 8th Avenue Open Evenings 'til 8:30 '57 Chevrolet V8 4-D Station Wag. $895 '57 Buick Century 2-Door Hardtop $845 '57 Dodge Coronet V8 4-D Sedan $695 '57 Buick Special 2-Door Sedan . [57 Rambler 4-Door Station Wagon '57 Pontiac Star Chief 4-Dr. Sedan 158 Plymouth Savoy V8 4-D Sedan OK! |'58 Plymouth V8 2-Door Sedan . 159 Studebaker Lark 2-Dr. Wagon '60 Corvair 700 4-Door Sedan. $109 711 llth St. Your FORD Poalcr 352-9174 large north of Arvada. They were token to the Boulder Community Hospital. Bill Huntsbargcr, airport manger, said Snyder appeared to have been burned the more icr- iously. Confer, !hc pilot, was burned on the hands, face and The plane trxik off in a northwesterly direction and began to turn left. Hunlsburgcr said Con- told him he suddenly noticed smoke in Ilic cockpit and then flumes broke out. He tried to land, hut the craft fell short of the runway and .33 crashed in a gully. AUSTIN AUCTIONS Sec Our Listing On Classified Page Classification 48-A MARKETS KANSAS CITY LIVItTOCK tin.!*'* f medium and Ewxl tfrttr slfna 22 So'- Z4.W. !* ·J.WU; 25-50 low'r: li»nr*» nii 1-3 ino-140 Ibft 15.50-liW: 2.3 ^ K70 Ih 15.00.13 W; SO-XB 1-3 275 vu It, 1.50-H.Mi: 2-3 4W-W} lilt n.fO-13 75 Shcrp 100; choirc tn prlmfc iiliiiielitr. 1I.».»». high choice and prime 1,150-1,350 Ib slaughter slcm 2I).25-30.00; jliulk c h o i c e 1,0(10-1,350 Ibs 27.50251.25 including load high choice |and prime around 1,125 Ibs at 29.110: good 25.00-27.00; few loads low to average choice 900-1,000 Ib heifers 27.25.27.75; good mostly cows H.25-1B.W; cnriners and cutlers 1I.30.J4.SO; utility and commercial bulls lB.5H-2l.oo. p 500; load choice and prime I If, Ib fed Western wwilcri slnughlcr Inmhs 2!.r0: choice and prime MMOO !h fed Western and D E N V E R LIVEITOCK HOIK IQOj barrirAi, illli nnd i,, u , ·lr«dv: b.tro»« and sllu U.S. l.j 165 178 ll» IS.OO.tf,.50i No 1.3 2m.22J Ih. 1B.30-17.W; MOWS 1-3 iraclM 30(; Ibs H.W:, ' c.iiit iooi c »f«." OTIK'J \u ri»»M 24.M-2fl.75: utility and commercial nornlnsi, . . . . _ . _ Shcrp non». native lambs 20.50.21.00; good and - "lice HO-100 Ibs 1B.00-2II.00; utility ' H.50-17.50: cull and util- i'60 Chevrolet BelAirYS 4-D Sed. $1395 .V i I WICKLAND MOTORS J01CFH LIVESTOCK I.IOTj: tixrrn-AK »nrl Kir n mrrtlly '/'i I n w r r ; «,..,, ... to 2S liv.fr: Iwrron* ttnfl mil* U S . : 15.SO; Irw* J-3 TMVti ihH II 75-M M \twum IS 112S-13.W. USED CAR LOT CONTACT T11KSK SALESMKX: ii«7-«Sir., Ixivrlanrl Bill Slappr-r. 4th St. and 8th Ave. CHICAGO (APi-il!SDAi - H.IRS 5.000; 1-2 WO-220 Ib butchers 16.5017.00: around 300 head at 17.00: mixed 1-3 inn-220 Ibs 16.00-18.75: 220-240 15.75-16.25; 240-260 Ibs 115.25-16.00: 2-3 250-290 Ihs H.75- 15.50; mixed 1-3 320-«0 Ib sows U 50-14.25: rflO-500 Ibs I2.50-13.75: 2-3 500-650 Ibs 12.00-12.75. Phone 353-10501 Cattle 4.50n ralvcn 25; load lo!s i.fV"! ' : ' ' " " krl In Ii-,. ih.n tl rw ^ij.nMllr,- im Ih ..ok, l;s. No 1 ,!,, A »MhrIl ilnlSI TM.!" ;'"'7 l i 1r "l?- '"I McClu.r ' mhi tt ptr fn I ftt C«ln. 4 !M 2A *** VrmmltU* mwer »*U It,»»/.,. THE WAY TO SAVE IS TO BUY... A Midland home low is ta effect » Mvinjs nccounl. You're huild- ing equity, the value of your proper!? ' going up every year...AND you'v« wtshlishcd « permanent credit line. You can borrow for «mergenci« of home improvement*, without disturb, ing ywr loan. Variety and ncxihility,,.are uliat w|| Midlands' loan icrvic« apirt PLUS Ihc fact that ' *«*foiirf mmhtt It LOTT AGENCY 918 llth Avenue 353-1443 t 10 AN A t I N . Hour omct, UIH AT G I J N A . M o i N v f »

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