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Montana farmer-stockman. [volume] (Great Falls, Mont.) 1947-1993, November 01, 1962, Image 17

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Buy a Tractor and Take a Trip
join the thousands who are coming to see us!
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Time's flying! Butthere's still a short time left for you to buy
a new Allis-Chalmers tractor and get an exciting 3-Day Air
Trip to the Land of Power!
Welcome to Allis-Chalmers in Milwaukee ... one of
America's great industries ... where power techniques in
farming, industry, defense, earthmoving, electricity and com
munications are taking new shape in a wonderland of science.
Meet the craftsmen who built your tractor. See how it
grew" on the assembly line. Watch big power taking many
forms ... giant turbines for hydroelectric dams... powerful
generators, transformers ... nuclear power... huge rock
crushers and cement plants. Climaxed by a big equipment
show—power in action!
See the new Turbo-Charged diesel engine being built at
the great new Allis-Chalmers plant at Harvey, Illinois, newest
and most modern anywhere in the world.
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The greater the to-and-fro motion the
easier it will be to pull out.
If you stall and need a push, check
the heights of your rear bumper and
the front bumper of the other vehicle
before contact is made to prevent
bumpers locking. Should they lock, one
or two people standing on the lower
bumper usually will free it so the push
er can back up.
If the bumpers can't be freed, use
jacks from both vehicles to raise the
top bumper at each end so the other
car or truck can be driven or pushed
free.
Towing
It's a simple matter to be towed if
you have a car or truck with a manual
shift. All you need to do is put it in
neutral. But vehicles with automatic
transmission present a problem. Top
speed for towing should not exceed 20
miles an hour. The maximum distance
should not be over three miles. Too fast
or too lengthy towing can damage the
transmission.
Winter weather and more darkness
breed rear-end collisions because of re
duced visibility.
Motorists in some states, like Wyo
ming and the Dakotas, get an extra
margin of safety because their license
plates are reflective and shine brightly
in headlights. By being able to see a
stalled or stuck vehicle hundreds of feet
away, a driver has a better chance to
avoid a collision.
A good rule to follow in winter is to
reduce speed below your normal rate,
maintain a greater distance between
your vehicle and the one in front, and
anticipate braking needs before they
occur.
So let it snow and let it blow. If you're
prepared and use a little horse sense
instead of too much horsepower, winter
driving can be less of a task than you
think it is.
Farm-City Week
Set for Nov. 16
THE MONTANA OBSERVANCE of
Farm-City Week will get under way
Nov. 16, according to Helen Ellis of
Cascade and Marie Raths of Roundup,
co-chairmen of the Montana CowBelles.
Farm-City Week, which is being ob
served for the eighth consecutive year
in the United States and Canada, is a
week-long series of events aimed at
bringing about better understanding
between rural and urban dwellers. Last
year's observance saw Farm-City Week
activities in more than 10,000 U.S. and
Canadian communities.
Some of the activities planned by the
Montana CowBelles are teas and coffee
hours for city women, radio and TV
programs, displays in stores and meat
markets, and inviting city people into
our rural homes.
This year's observance will have the
cooperation of chambers of commerce,
extension service and various other
civic organizations. The Farm-City
Week observance, though primarily
local in nature, is under the over-all
direction of the National Farm-City
Committee. This group consists of rep
resentatives from more than 150 major
farm organizations, industries, busi
nesses, associations, governmental
agencies, educational institutions and
church groups.
There is a continuing need for better
understanding between the rural and
urban segments of our society, and
Farm-City Week has, and will con
tinue to promote better understanding
through an exchange of ideas and infor
mation and "get acquainted" affairs
between farm and city people.
And then—an evening in Chicago! Next day—a sight
seeing tour of the city.
Entire 3-Day Trip included with the purchase of any new
Allis-Chalmers tractor (except B-l) bought NOW from any
Allis-Chalmers Farm Equipment dealer within the continental
United States. Join farmers going from your area. Offer is
for a limited time only... act promptly! Allis-Chalmers,
Farm Equipment Division, Milwaukee 1, Wisconsin.
Stop in at your A-C dealer's now —find out all about the
3-Day Air Trip soon after Thanksgiving! Be his guest!
Ask for a Pilot's Seat Demonstration of a new Allis
Chalmers tractor. Try it .on your own land. Feel the big
power, the oil-smooth hydraulic HAND CLUTCH, automatic
TRACTION BOOSTER system, finger-tip power steering,
toe-touch brakes, and the easiest ride of all!
TRACTION BOOSTER is an Aliis-Chalmars trademark.
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ONE OF THESE
DEALERS CAN BE YOUR HOST
MONTANA
HARLEM
Beecher Machine Co.
HARLOWTON
Beley's Motor Service
HAVRE
AC Supply Corp
HOBSON
Williams Farm Supply
HYSHAM
Miller Tractor & Equip. Co.
KALISPELL
Mountain Tractor Co.
LEWISTOWN
Fergus Impl. Co.
MALTA
Montaco Sales Corp.
MILES CITY
Richardson Impl. Co.
MISSOULA
Mountain Tractor Co.
POPLAR
Knudson-Moe Cher. Co.
SCOBEY
Victor Hillstrom
SIDNEY
Richland Mochy. Co.
TOWNSEND
Volley Impl. & Supply
ASHLAND
Hanson's Service
BILLINGS
Rush Impl. Co.
BOZEMAN
Brennan Tractor Co.
BRIDGER
Bridger Motor & Equip. Co.
COLUMBUS
Aber Motor & Impl. Co.
CONRAD
North Montano Machy. Co.
CUT BANK
Service Supply
DEER LODGE
Mountain Tractor Co.
DILLON
Southmont Tractor Co.
FORSYTH
Forsyth Implement
GLASGOW
Pattison Motor & Impl. Co.
GLENDIVE
Kampschror Impf. Co.
GREAT FALLS
Alls Equip. Co.
HARDIN
Hardin Tractor Co.
November 1 1962

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