Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 13, 1970 · Page 6
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Page 6 GREELEY TRIBUNE Wed., May 13, 1970 Pumping Tests Due On Vessels' Well 14 Weld District Eagle Scouts Among 88 Due for Recognition Preparations to begin pumping tests on a wildcat oil well about 20 miles northeast of Greeley were being made Wednesday morning. Located in the southwest quarter of section 4, towmvship 9 north, range 64 west, the well was (trilled by Tom Vessels Jr. of Denver and was cased early this week. A sookesman at the well about half finished with his 61- well drilling commitment with Pan American. Cost of exploration in the series has been estimated at $9 million. The 13th annual Eagle Scout recognition dinner for the Longs Peak Boy Scout Council will be held at the University of Colorado on Sunday. Dr. Donald B. Bresee of Longmont, chairman of the council Advancement Committee, reports that 88 Eagle Scouts, their leaders and parents will be recognized. Two hundred persons are expetfted to participate in the activities, which will begin with a tour of the campus at 4 p.m. Wednesday said the log of thei Mrs. Edna Maxine Wigmore,I rj r Frederick P Thieme, --" l:J --' ..~,TM,i 813 9th St., wife of Leeip resi ' dent of the University of Edna Wigmore Dies Tuesday In Springs Bruce Slapper, Greg Smith, and Kenneth Wilson, Post 8, Estes Park;- Steven Emslie and Donald Mai, Post 88, Fort Collins. Twenty are from Cheyenne District: Jeff Johnson, Troop 100, Cheyenne; Dennis Madigan, John Accardo and Tony Accardo, Troop 101; George Nordin, Tim Olsen, Jerry Rust, Tim Rust, and I.arry Wittrup, Troop 104; Richard Bilstad, \vcll did not appear encouraging but that Pan American Oil Co. Wigmore. owner and operator! of the Stockman Inn, died Tues- iclay at Penrose Hospital in Colo- was going to proceed with teeing. The well is one of a series! rado Springs. She had been ill on Union Pacific Railroad landjsince Jan. 22, and had been at grant leases to Pan American, i Penrose for almost three weeks. Vessels has drill several on a I She was born at Grover on farmout. The Vessels firm also|Aug. 31. 1919, and attended school and grew up in the Pawnee Buttes area. She went to California in 1940. and ro B o'k"oveTtes~tiiig on'this well. |returned to Greeley in 1943. is to lest the wells it drills under terms of the farmout agreement but Pan American Colorado, will present the challenge and address to the Eagle Scouts during the banquet program, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Others participating in the program in addition to Chairman Bresee and Dr. Thieme are Eagle Scout Rod Hay of Troop Troop Troop Troop Troop 106; 108; 111; 112; Stephen Lienhart, Herman Parish, Michael Howard, Billy Griffin and Public Hearing (Continued From Page One) dispose of and that the contract the city would enter into with a trash hauler would specify the waste materials which the hauler would not have to pick up. However, O'Hagan observed, "There may not be a contract," and said for that reason, the ordinance should "be made to stand on its own feet." As amended, the ordinance defines refuse as meaning garbage and all other waste matter or discarded or unused material of any kind or nature, without any reference to what items will be excluded under Gregory Norman, Troop 118; Robert' Cox and Krik Jensen, Names Dropped From Story Two names and a title were inadvertantly left out of a story in the Tribune Tuesday dealing with promotions of professors at :hc University of Northern Colorado. Appointed as full professors were Dr. Bill R. Gearheart, special education; Walter 0. the contract. Inspection Another major amendmcnl Troop 213; James Owens andiwas in regard to the right ol James Savory, Troop 217; and I the city sanitation officer to John Clause, Post 108, all of, enter onto a premise to see ii Chevenne. lie provisions of the sanitation Three are from the Snowyicode are being complied with. 66 in Longmont, who will give Range District: Michael McGeej the invocation; Keith Jump of Greeley, president of the Longs Peak Council; Eagle Scout John The well is officially listed as! she . w ?. s , married at LitUeton I s(ewart o[ Brighton; and War-' the No. l M a l m o a n d \ v a s com-on AprilI M l 9 4 o . The «·-«-- - - - - ren Holm - Scout executive of pleted to a depth of 8.335 feet. No other information has been released on the well in keeping with the practice of Pan American and Vessels in their latest series of drillings. Vessels is reported to bej , nave^ operated The Stockman. the Longs Peak Council, a r TM " "" 'participaling agency of the member: i i n i i o H Pimrf for 16 years. Mrs. Wigmore was a if the F Church. 1 ; United Fund. and Timothy Herlel, Troop 144, ] As originally written, the Laramie; and Russell Blood, I ordinance said that, upon Post 138, Laramie. Three are! presentation of proper creden from the Morwama District; it i a 1 s , the administrative David Vanderheiden and Philip! authority "may enter, at rea Emrie, Troop 44, Yuma; andisonable times, any building Dave Lillich, Troop 45. Yuma. Two are from the Philowick District: Tim Duncan, Troop 19, structure, or premises in the city to perform any duty im posed by this code." Fourteen members of the Sterling, and Dennis Duncan, However, because of objec Deaths and Funerals Surviving, m addition to heri class are r rorn the weldlPost 20, Sterling, husband. Lee. are two brothers D i slricl . clark Arnold and J j m j Twenty-five are - · J a sister, Earl Klingmsmitn |Roukem Troo , Greeley; t Pniil Mnh Hmr K I m a i n - - ~ , . .. ,, .. land ilof St. Paul, Neb., Roy Klingiri-ig^'^,' from i tions by O'Hagan, Mrs. Uba the Stanley, and others in the audi RDRMSON ( , Sanc j n smith of Parma Idaho, and and steven sherroW) Troop 3 Uilk, Troop 66, Longmont; Miss Adelaide Klmginsmitn of, G r c e l c y . Mark Houtchens and'Caranci, Dean Ferguson Los Angeles, Calif. ^ ^ ^ , ,|Dennis Kicker, Troop 13, Gree-JDavid Ferrera, Troop MARKETS DENVER (AP) (USDA) - C«llle 150i ot enoufh toy class to l«5t trwto Tue*day afternoon, few slaughter cowt rttady o weak: slaughter cowi cutter and to itilltj 2l.w-22.90. Hojs 600: barrows and Kilts weights ader 220 Ibs steady heavier weights 23-79 lower: 1 to 3 190-230 Ib" 24.2525.00, U.S. 2 and 3 200-2*) IbS 43.00-24.00. to 4 240-260 It* 22.2S-23.00: towsw 90 owtri 1 to 3 3JO-HX) lt» 17.75-19.5n. Kh«p 29: DO auction. Green, Robert arts. fine arts; Hammond, and Dr. industrial McKinley Infant Dies Saturday; Funeral Today Private funeral services will be held Wednesday for James Eugene McKinley, son of Mr; and Mrs. Phillip McKinley, 1223 23rd Ave. Ct., who died Saturday afternoon at Weld County General Hospital. He was born May 8, 1970. Surviving, in addition to his parents, are his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward L, Dunbar of Greeley and Mr. anc Mrs. Donald C. McKinley o Denver; great-grandparents Mrs. Grace Dunbar of Greeley and Percy Thomas of Holdrege Neb. Adamson mortuary is in charge of arrangements. .IVESTOCK CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Hogs 3,500; butchers 50 to 75 ower; 1-2 sorted 200-225 Ib butchers 25.00-25.50; 1-3 200-230 bs 24.25-25.00; 2-3 225-240 Ibs 23.75-24.25; 2-4 240-250 Ibs 23.2523.75; 3-4 270-290 Ibs 20.75-21.50; 1-3 350-400 Ibs 19.25-19.75; 2-3 500-550 Ibs 18.00-18.50. Cattle 6,500; slaughter steers steady to 50 lower; prime 1,2001,400 Ib slaughter steers yield grade 3 and 4 31.25-32.00; high choice and prime 1,125-1,400 Ibs 30.50-31.25; 1,400-1,475 Ibs 30.0030.50; choice 950-1,400 Ibs 30.0031.25; good 27.75-29.25; high choice and prime 950-1,075 Ib slaughter heifers yield grade 3 and 4 30.75-31.00: choice 850-1,050 Ibs yield grade 2 to 4 30.0030.75; good 27.00-29.00; utility utility and commercial cows 22.50-24.75; utility and commercial bulls 26.00-29.50. Sheep none; not enough for a market test. NEW YORK AP)Jone§ L --WedBMdiT Klcct-KAlir A ed New York SlockKennet Funeral services will be held! at Adamson Memorial Chapel. Interment will be in Linn Grove " Cemeterv. Arapahoe District: Kodrick;ence, this was finally changei Hay, Steven Kiteley and Steven'to exclude residences and living Uilk, Troop 66, Longmont; Dale-quarters from the places the and.sanitation officer could enter. -- ...,,.,,., r .,,, ^.^ . , c 69,'. Other amendments made in ley; Kenneth Fuchs, Troop 41,1 Louisville; Gregory Kellen-^the ordinance included one to Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market was still off this afternoon after partially erasing a sharp earlier loss. Trading was moderate. 11 a.m. Friday at the Eaton; Paul Baiamonte Troop':bcrger, Troop 75, Boulder:'prohibit the burning of refuse At 2 p.m. the Dow Jones aver- 56 pierce . Kevjn Fe]dhuS( Don . Dennis Riesel. Troop 77, and waste materials in any un-lage of_30 industrials was off 9.37 C A D I G A X Mrs. Helen C. Cadlpan of 1 S I O 1-th Avenue. \Vife of T h u m a s F. C a (1 i P a "· M o t h e r of John Cadisan of Cleveland. Ohio. Mrs. Eucene ( H e l e n ) Dyke of Jackson. Calif, and Thomas F. Cadiiian. Jr. of Phoenix. Ariz. Also s u r v i v e d by !) prandellildren. Recitation nf Ihe Rosary 7: on p.m. T h u r s d a y from Adamsnn M e m o r i a l Chapel. R e n n i e m 'uss V'.'.W a.m. Friday from H t . Peters Catholic Cliurch. I n t e r m e n t L i n n . G r o v e Cemetery. Hii'liiirrt fircRory of 3S119 t ' j i m i n o . Capistrano. C a l i f , l l i i s l i u m l of Louise (ireRory of Ciipistranu. Father or K i i t l i y Moore nnd V i r g i n i a (;rt!Kory of Siu-raniPiili), Calif. Son of Mr. and Mrs. P.. Frank (irecnry. Ilrother of Frank C. Gregory and Mrs. II. F. l U n l h l Hozlaj of Seal Beach, t'alif. Kuneral M-i-viri's will lie at :t:(l ]i.m. Friday from Adamson M e m o r i a l Chaiiel. InlPr- inenl I.inn (Iruvi- Ceme- t e r y In charge of Occidental i,tidKi! No. 2" AF K. AM. Friends \vh wish may jrive to Ihe In-art f u n d in care, of A d a m s u n M o r t u a r y . J O R D A N Virjsil M. J o r d a n of 1123 fiih St.. Kvans. A r r a i i K e - j n u n t s later. aid Rosevear and Tom Rut- Boulder; Douglas Greer, Troop; approved receptacle or upon the ledge, Troop 208, Greeley; Rob-|l66, Longmont: David Hess.'ground. Originally this had said ert Arakawa, Troop 235,|Troop 171, Boulder; Lester Hess 1 "in any ash pit or other Milliken; and David Mickens.i and Donald Simpson, Troop 172,! receptacle or upon the ground." at 695.22, after having been down more than 11 this morning. Declines maintained their 5 to 1 lead over advances. : Post 200, Greeley. jBoulder; Paul Poston, Richard 1 Another amendment made itj Analysts said penetration of Csrr i ^aWW · · i \jj L ^iju, u i c c i c v * · j j w u i u c i , J aui i vioii/ii* j.m_nai u - /unwind auitinamtui, juauc i i i " J -- - » t \ ! Eighteen members are fromiDolph and Donald Harrington, t h e responsibility of the!'he 700 Dow level triggered in; By MRS. W. D. CHADWICK ;the Thompson-Poudre District: JTroop 173, Boulder; William properly owners to remove and!creased selling, though many m: CARR - Mrs. Larry Batman, David Bernhardt, Kenneth LayJHeinzman, Troop 175, Boulder: destroy or bury any trees or| v(?slors stl11 remain °" the slde Christine and Elena spent a and Dennis Neuberger, Troop 9,1 Richard Howard and Sheldon parts thereof of elms that arel lincs couple of days with her parents, Loveland: Mark Ahrahamson, 1 Edwards. Troop 176, Boulder; iin a dead or dying condition and: Th e present decline was due the A. T. DePorters while her Troop 83. Fort Collins; Loren Norris .Nahman, Troop 177,1 which may serve s s a breeding;' 0 lhc Kame economic and pohti- husband attended a Math'strauch, Troop 97, Fort Collins-Boulder; Jav Nichelason, Troop place for the European Elm cal faclor s t h a t , havre b f n de ; '·'-· ' --· · -· · · -- . _ . ! -- . _ . . - _ . .. | pressing the market for the pasl I several months, analysts said. | They cited high interest rates, KANSAS CITY (AP) -- Cattle 1 500 calves 75; bulk feeders and caws, most ti auction; cows steady; feeders fully stead: cows 22.50-24.00; hlsh dressing 24.25-fiO eder steers choice thin 300-335 Ib 45.0047.00; 325.650 II) 36.00-45.00: fleshy 500-800 h 30.50-36.50; fleshy and partly fattened 100-1050 Ib 29.00-31.00; cood thin 300-750 II Jl.00-40.00; cooil fleshy 600-950 Ih 27.50 11.50; feeder heifers choice thin 300-500 Ib 32.00-600 Ih 30.00-37.00; good and In' choice 475-BOO Ib 27.00-30.50. Hoes 3,000: barrows and Kills mostl steady: 1-2 200220 Ib 24.50-75; 1-3 200-2' Ib 23.50-21.25; 2-3 210-250 Ib 2.1.00-50: 24 Ib 23.75: 2-1 250-280 Ib 21.00-23.50; 3-4 280 310 Ib 20.00-21.00; sows weak to 50 lower '8.00-20.00. Sheep 25: spring lamhs and ewes stead ipring lambs choice and prime 28.01 29.50; ewesw 7.00-8.50. OMAHA LIVESTOCK OMAHA ( A P I Cflllte 6.000, calves 10 sliiuRhler steers and heifers mostly j te-idy: null 1 ? steady; slaush- Ji choice and prime 10754125 Ibs 30.25. choice 1000-1275 Ibs; good and choice 975-1250 Ibs 28.50-29 25; Rood 26.50-2B.50. Standard nnd low good heifers high choice and prime 101B Ibs 30.25: choice 850-1025 Ibs 2B.75-29.75: good and choice 825-1000 Ibs 28.00-28.75: cood 25.50-28.00: standard and good 24.50-25.50; cows utility and ·ommcrcial 22.50-2.1.50: canncr and cutter 20.00 22 50: tiulwls utility commercial nd good 27.00-28.5J. Sheep 100. slaughter la! Seminar at the University of Edward Richards, Troop 184/274, Boulder; Douglas Moore, bark beetle. Wyoming. He is a teacher at Loveland; Greg Schmid and Troop 275, Boulder; Theodore Property Lien Aims College in Greeley. jSteve Jorgensen, Troop 185,iGrccn, Robert Harr and Paul! ,. ,, , , n ( h n r , in ii lp i.··;.-··.. ---r --=· , Gail Barker and Terri James, I Loveland; Dave Klein, John Marsh. Jr., Post 77, Boulder; : a ,S£ la .^ lower "irnonitn earn- jvmnnrl Parltm- Ken. anrl Minhap! H n f f m Q n Pn^ IS I duaience % OlCea ODjeCUOIlS 10 S.O.S. ThD followlni «afi»y r»- mlndtra .r* provide* by tht Cltlzcni Action Council f*r Safety. START OUT SOONER - Jarlier departufes · permit sensible speeds and remove th« principal reason for -hurrying. Planning ahead to avoid a need for speed is a mark of maturity. Stock Market Closing Prices 31H 4 7 + 1 4 Exchange clofiiujKerr Me ,71'i--1 iric«: Kraft Co 36'i.- V. 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V, --Merck 17 M - li Am Mcst 2014 Marthn 22 · 'i 44 + 14 151i- Vi \m"Mlr» ~r- Vt Min » Mr 89 -- 3'1 Am NGu 3SVi-iili Mobil Oil «V4-Ui Am Smelt 27 - li Mo«»an 3Hi- U Am Sdt 3114-- H Mo "" *«' **W-- Vt Am TiT 46% Vi --Moot pw 26V4-- U Ampcx 1814+ Vi Ml Fuel 27 + 'i Anacond 2fi Ml St It 2 -- « Armco Stl 21V,_ 14 Nit Cish M -1 Armour 40'/4--1V4 "* l Dis 151-- 1* Armst Ck 27?»-t- -H Nlt G » H -I 1 '* All Rich 501i--I", N"t Ld 21%- (i Atlas Corp 3',ii+ li "' It st l 38 -- *4 Avon Pd 137}t- Btal Fds 27V4-- 14 Beech Air 10'4-- ^i Bell How 32^4--1 BendU 221j- Vt OH " C T Beth Stl 26 - Ifc " m « rk Boeing 19V*-- i^ ( 'utbd M Boise Cts 55Vi-- 14 Owens Ni»g Mp 161i-- i Swat Air 1913-- 14 Nwt Bin 29'.^-- '4 Occdnl Pt 18H-- J Brist My 50H+ l Bronswk Bury Er ISlj Gel Pac T*t Pan Am !5S1 - *» 13"i I H i - U 43 4- 11 27!ii- «i '«'·-- '» IBli-- li Build Co 1» -I Ind 361.-1-., ''"*' "* Burl Nor 33 -- ?i p « n11 Cnl Burghs 118!i^3 p "» D* Case JI lolh-- IB Penney . Castle Ck 23'd-- 04 p *P |i Cater Tr 3rV- li Pllzer Cert-td 0 " ,«t 'j TM'M"r D Cessna A 141.+ Vj E"'TM" 1 . 4M-1H 44?i-l 91 -IH Chcs Ohio SOVj-llS Chrysler 22»ir- li Cltirs Svc 37(.i_ nil HOPS both of Boulder, and Michael:Klein, Raymond Parker, Ken- Slull of Mechanicsburg. Pa.Jnelh Pearson, Donald Scholfield, accompanied Larry Thomas i home from Northeastern Junior' College at Sterling over the 1 'weekend and had dinner with! I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thomas i a n d Luanne. Dave Cozad of ; Pierce was also a guest. . ! The Paul Seilbachs, and also ; Jeff and Grant Hoffner were 1 Saturdy evening guests of the A Dean Keinheimers. , year-old boy Arta Wigfield was the guest parently minor and .Michael Hoffman, Post 78, i Boulder. i n g s reports and the war in in the ordinance whichj sou t| lea!! i Asia. and ev.c mbs choir i slaughter ewe fi.OOO: borrows nnd Kilts weights slaunhte 95.99 Ibs. 28.00-29110: choi pood under 2TJJ Ibs steady, heavier weights tin 'venly 25-.W lower: 1-2 190-225 Ibs 24.2524.75. 1-3 lUO-ilO llw 23.7S24.25, 34 250 280 Ibs 21.50-22.50: sow.w unevenly ueah to 50 lower. 1-3 .130-150 His 19.00-20.25. Youngsters Injured Slightly In Three Car Accident Here ^TMuld result in unpaid charges! A block of 199.300 shares of for the refuse collection service,Burlington Industries changed becoming a lien upon thejhands at 36'«, off n. and a property and assessed against;45100 share block of Baron's;TM*,TM!?' ST. JOSEPH LIVESTOCK ST. .KWKl'll (AP)-llngs 5.000: barrows j t h e owner on the tax rolls if;Candy was traded at 4',i, off I t h e charges were not paid after;i--.,, | proper notice had been given. I University Computing, off 22.00-23.. r ill: K0 l-.l 300-150 Ibs 18.50-19.50 18.00-19.00. 2-3 · · TM 5 " »""- 'i V "' S PI a 'i- '· Colg Pal 36't-- V, Colo Intst 29t- 5. Colo Gas 27-%-- ^n Coml Solv 2214- ' Comsat 27 --314 Con !-;dls 251 * Con Food 301»-- Vt, Com Can 65'^ Cont Oil 22'i Conl D 40 Cowles 4i Crow Col IIP, Crwn 7.ell 29Ti Curtlss W II Dart III . _ . *-- a, 5 CA Stl 31'k- Rej-n Mt 30H- i Rcyn Tub 38'i - i Roy Dut 33li-- i . Schnlj- 50Vj~ 56 T .-- 1^ 34'i-- -li 35'H-- . -Del Mntt 22-i(i-t- received ap- injuries about M c K I N L I - J V Hiiby H in Mr. ii M r K i n l e y . son i JUrs. P i i i i i l i K. of 1223 23rd Avi) Cl. (li'iindsull nf Mr. :iml -Mrs. E d w a r d U Hun- hiir »f (ireclcy and Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. M u K i n - ! America l,.y of Uenvtr. (ireat-graiid- | occasion Fdit of Mrs. Grm:e D u n h n r ol' Greeley and Percy Thomas of Holdrpdge, Neli. P r i v a t e interment. of Tom Niemann at the ROTC 3:15 p.m. Tuesday when three Cadet Ball in Cheyenne. Wyo. cars were involved in an ac- last week. Tom is a student at cident on 35th Avenue just north C e n t r a l High School in ol the U. S. 34 bypass, the High- ICheyenne. 'way Patrol reported. I The Willis Chadwicks were' Melody Replogle, 626 35th ihosts t dinner Sunday for the Ave. Ct., suffered facial 'Don Chadwick family of Fort abrasions and bruises, and Greg ICollins, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pickernell. 1919 12th A v e , a: i Chadwick, and Mr. and Mrs., bruised back. !Bill Intergardt of Ault. The The two were passengers !dinner honored the birthday of a 1967 aulo which Richard Lee 1 Mrs. Hintergardt. iMonfort, 1902 25th Ave., was ; Mr. and Mrs. Loren Balmer driving south on 35th Ave., '.and Mr. f.-nd Mrs. Robert'Palrolman Ken Arnold said. ; Barnes and family of Cheyenne, Two other vehicles, a 1970 Schinxel car. knocking feet forward into the rear Cattle 2,500. calves 25: anil heifers fully 25 town However, council members.( 0 27'.-2; IBM, off 6 to 276'2; Me-lKcTce lowS ibs'w^So 51 " defended this procedure on the morex up I 1 .-, and General! grounds it was the same asi T i re. off ', to IS'-i. \^^ Mf itS!?®S?%?£ seveni U [ ed '", °^\ ^ -^ re ' Late pricCS °" lhc Amcrican "S, 'cow .«T r ,A. "S ^iEj'iif '"" ."^ ' L i l , nhQi-CTne li»\no/1 n\t t n o r»il\i u r n s fi....i. i^....u n _ n « :nnl.,^n.l \.lil.,n .__ , ,. . ,,..., an .i.,i.__ 1 1 orti .MO[ I3cnR t«r let.* Dillon Co 13!n+ It Disney H81i-- a; Dow Chm 624i-- li Du-M Uid 27 -- ^, .laughter steers tf," 1 ''"?' I 07 -Hi ninsllv steady.' K Alrl-in 14'-v-- 1. re w i t h end ol K Kodak 6SIk-S'i mostly i l--alon Va 30'-j--1 5 ElHiM N l«l+ U Tektrn« Evans Pd 1.--15-2 TeWyn Kvrchrp 26 -I 'k Tenneco Cp Scott Pn Sears Shell Oil ir,, So Cal c 267i-- H -So Co 21'i-- »4 Sou Pac 2B a i.-- H Sou Hy 45^-- =4 Kperry 27' 14- i, Sit nrds 4ta 4 _tn 1 St Oil Cal 3S.- U St Oil In 37,+ « St Oil NJ 51«r- li St Pckx 6!|4- i ( Staulf IS'r- 'i Sterl Dr| -111.a- i. Stude W Swift Co 39 - « Tex GU 18'i-- i 25 -- = Farr. The Schinzel auto damaged about $250, Monfort's. I made in w , a , s dinance. ?200 and Farr's $75. charges levied by the city arc|Stock Exchange included Milgo Two other related ordinances ialso were approved by the Two accidents in which no one!council on first reading, was injured also were reported j One of these set the fee for by the patrol. , a refuse hauler's license as $50; A 1966 auto driven by Mario.where the hauler has one; Wyo. had dinner together Sun-,station wagon driven by Randall day in the Gold Room at Little.James Farr. 1914 14th Ave., and near Cheyenne. The-a 1964 auto driven by Janis was in honor of Margaret Schinzel. 2407 Avenue north of here at ll:20jdepartmcnt of sanitation anu. mnd ,,i,, n 55 ,,·«.-=; nisMi* a.m. Tuesday. , environmental control, with (he'j;--»- [ N " 7 n i', :0 .;V h "s \o - ·m.-i.v Blanco, going north on U. Sjdirector of the department to rents;' russets 't-.s'." NO. I ' I . M i-'s. NO'.! 85. swerved to avoid another ne " le city manager or a person 2 s car and went off the highway:appointed by him. and Bid Form All of the ordinances are to the sign, Patrolman loth William McGinley said. The __ Mother's Day and "The" 25tli Ave^cCwere'st'opped'''^ a linej v e h i c l e Blanco swerved tci avoidj b e published as~lega'f notice's in ,i, lnu wedding anniversary of the-of cars which were southbound y as a " autor d j; n ; cn by Emma the Tri b une , probably Friday. £»« _ " J . . . . . . . . \1no (1^^ n f liotrtr, llihrt lllfl 1 ~, ,, , , · i , . |('('l The council also decided to nee .-- Vt l-'nlt Cp 8"i- :. 22=i--1 I'n Fruit 33 + *i 23-!.- «t US C.jps 52ii-lii 14 n ,-- »i I'S Ind l«a-- 1 4 23»- 1, L-s Ply a --I 14'i f.S Smit 23 -- "i 241i-- 'i, US Stl 35 , .1 j Hecla M 25 f ^k Virian 15-*i--I of more severe weather and ; iioiiy sos i3»^i"n war um si nncsihlv hc-ivv r'lill OVpr (hp j Homesik 22W--a t \Vas Wat 19 -3 i ^SSIDIJ iK,i\ i.nn over inei Hnn)ia 109^-11, wesu, Air it'o-1, .central section of the United'.WAIIO PWJS - ^ w n Ban 37"-;-^ 1 (-Hic.iGoVAprrTui'Jn-s iradinK on|States influenced the buying ofjlfrcent"* a''- i; w«t)f°B ra^-in Ithe chicnso Mercantile ExrhanBo!grain futures on the Chicago!»TM I!arv2 g, i -';-;W.vrhsr iir 42ii-2'i ; v\fine.',day: Pre v.|Board of Trade today. |im Nick 39'. i-., wiwui' 2rii-- i'J : Barnes'. ;cn 35th Ave. about .1 mile north ·vYIOMOP.K Ktlna M a x i n e \VigtnorP. Wife of Lee Wigmore. Sisi c r of Karl K l i n g i i i s n i i t h (if St. Paul. .N'ol).. -Miss A i l u l i i i i l c K i i n i - ' i n s m i t h of I An awards dinner by the Vet- of (he bypass, erans Administration Voluntary. Young Monfort's Services at the Eagles Lodge Jane Orr of Eaton, who B E CATTL ELOW c '°" c ""1 Th's f actor also attracted:, 1 ;! 30.15 30.62 30.35 30.45 30.45.501116 bUVerS j n l O the SOVl)Can! J ' 30.70 30.92 30.70 30.87 30.75 1 04 30.25 l Co .ln.1'0 .10.45 30.17 30.42 ."0.25 "9 85 30.10 29.80 30.00 29.92 2995 29.95 29.92 29.02 29.80 n29.'~ been going north on nth Avenue- a d d annlh( , r item , 0 !ne _, _ n i ,-,,,,-,-,, machine and apparently was turning onto |proposa i form to be gjven trltt ^« ^ . . _ _ .j,.^.^ A _lli.... .-..-i- j.:..... , haulers to submit bids forjDoi-iTSiWii ip^vjrn o ; j.ine-7i, o. in Cheyenne, Wyo. Friday night... ... was attended by Mrs. Hazel|K. W. Slater. She ws accompanied by i .OB Aimoli-s. ralif.. H"y j Mrs. Lloyd Gallatin and Shar- Kiin.uliisiniili »r l';inii;i. \rnn. Miss Gallatin was among lilnho. Si-rvic-cs Kriiliiy. I I ! |hose receiving a certificate for ":"'· T"," 1 ,.."" 1 . Ali "i" s !'" llOO hours of volunteer service M f n i o r i i i l f Iiii pel vvltn in- '. . ,, ... . ,, ., , t'-rnu-n, L i n n O-niu- i at the Veteran's Hospltl in u-rv. jCheyenne. of Dies Richard W. Gregory, 35119 Camino, Capistrano, Calif., died j Sunday'afternoon callers at;Monday evening in California. Uhe A. T. DePorter home werel'Ie was 46. and had lived at 'Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gallatin of'-Capistrano for the past one and 1 Fort Collins. jone-half years. Gregory, who MACY A I ! X I I ITT i Mr. and Mrs. Dick McAllister,! Gregory, who was Criminal A I L IN U I 1 i Terry and Richard, joined Mr.i juslic e Counsel for Orange 'and Mrs. Jerry Graham of;Coimty, Calif., was born m Mead for dinner in Greeley Sun- i Princeton, Ind.. Sept. 12, 1923 day in honor of Mother's Day.! hut came lo Greeley with his ' M O R T U A R I E S H A Y X V O O I l M r * . Kllliice Viola. Hay\'^ .Mitplc Stroi't, Wifn of Kl-ii'-sl \V. ill. MntluT of Deryl Hiivwodd nf I'iirk- McAllister entered Weld County;parents in 1927. He attended General Hospital that evening' Greeley schools and served with for tests and was released the' l h e Unilcd Slalcs Nflv V durln 8 m ,v| day. i World War II. After the war Dr. and Mrs. DeanSchroederJ 1 "! was graduated from the jir«. hrna ; Collecn and Drlene of wheat- University of Northern Colorado N " ru " iland, Alan Schroeder and Mrs itn » master's _degree v and A pickup trUCk driven b V ' n r m i l H i n o "llio nrmVnuoH r n T n t n l " " F R O Z E N PORK B E L L I E S i- · ,\ i ,, -'providing me proposed iciusei,. , 1]5 .^ w ^^no 4307 43.30 limime toleman Rogers of ; ' colleclio n servicc .j ' J «:lo Sin 4-i-a 42,,-,7 42.40 rand Junction and a dump' C T'"..... L.. .,,__ =, :Aoe 39.95 4o. 3 s 39.92 40.22 4o.=n , , . , T, , , - , ,, - . , - · *"'* was done after Council-i] ruck driven by Frank fc. Smith, m a n G ], aM nad explained!TM' if hckley were damaged in ·-·' ..." . ... .'-- i 6 34.85 35.40 34.85 35.40 33.10 35.10 h35.30 35.10 035.30 35.00 ,. i - ; . Sales: May 2.014: July 4.239; AUK 1.S23; ,,. . - ,, , , -.,, ., ;most of his area in Ward Three frt 229: Man* IB. COl ISlCtn On CO OradO 52 tlireeii,, « ,,!!,,,.,, n «J ^ U 1 ! Open Interest: May 1.801: .luly 0.139; miles east of Fort Luoton about s ° e - s and sa d a l s o 'AUS s.a»: i-'eb ao7; Marci,i». miics easi ot ron Lupion aooui | ., There js nfl (h t , C(ju]d ,,_,,,,,. a -oifered: o-.Nomm.-i. 12:4D P .m. luesday. | m fnr )hi! [ j ( h . .! I go for this ,, Patrolman Robert Smith said: cur b pickups.' front; -i zSSh ^ i-- «i Salei 10,720000 NEW YORK (AP)Frd Kin 4»i V. - Wednesday's se-Froat Air -d American Gen Ply pit bul a weakness in the end- products was overbearing ii; c ,; enough to force selling in beans. | s ioi* Exchange ^ ou ''-·- Trade was mixed and most ac- Aerojet 12%- c live at the opening and close, i but fairly light in between. |Cdn At ,.MidwFni u "R ' , jvin io'» frcno n^the close, wheat futures, D.T"con S*. », Wn Nl "' lr e "~ Rogers was making a U-turn when his pickup was hit by Smith's dump truck. Both Consequently, he suggestedl^VJid ^lil S " d vehicles their! - ,- , , an item for the additional cost jes-iso "rs; Unchanged; No. 2 white NO. 3, 1.33-1.79 n: NO. 2 i'Ste m .ii. (;,-rald l-'ranci ;,,\TTM£,*"'"nA KM~- l E d Sue", both of Fort Collins! latcr atlcfldeii * e University of w,-,v,,- M»vwo(id of were Sunday dinner guests of Pennsylvania He had devoted .. . -. , ,'. i.-. UT_ i o«__ IT T- f..T. i... innqt nf his; ndll I life In workine dump truck. slopped on theiri t n e hauler would charge to pick iTM,,, w " ( ' els - | up (rash from a backyard 751 i n. The 1967 pickup was damaged! location. The council agreed to «',, m^i""^*"' 97 " about $650, the 1965 dump truck I (hie Barley 90-98 n ' Soybeans ) 59 1 i-27'' n Previously additional itemsl sacked Wan 45.50-16.25 t h a i wprn -lrlrH f n tlip h i H l Sacked shoru; 42.00-12.75 tndt were rAiueu 10 me oidi whcal , u , urM closed irom proposal form were the ad-;u i's h "- ditional cost for stops over a | wh "" "open High total of 5,000 the original;"^ *fTM J-JJIj estimate of the number of stopsiscpt '.'..'.'.'..'. LMM. I.M»I that would be involved; thete lrctl ";.V.V. .' additional cost for picking up -Mrs. Helen C. Cadigan, 1840 trash from barrels; and the I 12th Ave., a resident here since]additional cost for picking up;] were a small fraction lower,; NKW YORK ,AP, - Associated pr,,. May 1.48VB; corn Was Up to 'UjStock pi-ire averages range ol HI stocks higher, May l.^'.z; oats werej cdnes «· H|th LowC|lt N c around Is higher, May bKt-m mdust 372.5 352.8 3i».7 --S.B cents; rye was down around a'-J* ^,f.;;:;;;;;; 'S \%% TM-* t -\1 cent. May l.OG and soybeans:TM Toim . . ;«.i 241.3 243.5 --3.7 '"djwere ^ mvn around \"z cent, May: NEH ' T 2.05. j M«in CHICAGO (AP) - Wednes-i'TM 01 *dav: f.ri A r m e d Korci.-B. Ft. j Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Schroeder. K a n s a s . Sister of ·· ......... ~ an;.- K' Helen Cadigan Dies Tuesday at Weld Hospital Close i .ami i.3iv YORK (AP)--Potato future*: t closed unchanged, ial« 181 coa- WHEAT High Low Close Close;»' Hl|h L«w Chu 2.48 2.4fi 2.47 2.78 2.77 2.77 2.99 2 57 2.37 3.51 3.48 3.48 May Jul Sep Dec Mar 1.49=!s 1.48',8 1.37 1.35 3 s 1..W.1 1.38 1.43's 1.43 \ 1.45 1.48 3 s 1.49 1.3G''4 1.36',-i 1.38',4 1.38 S H 1.43'.4 1.43','z 1.45 1.45% (Oklahoma, nf Can- II a I p h ,f I i i U : h r : n c k , ;,IK! Karl \Vank l ; t h ' H i i M C i t y , S'-rvir-i-s 2:'iii f r n n i t h - First most of his adult life to working 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thomas i w i l h Juveniles, attended f h e annual plant and He was a mcmber of Oc -- ., 1960 died Tuesday at the Weld | trash from metal containers. County Nursing Home where] As originally prepared, (she had been a patient for ISibid, proposal form was based the trash being picked up DENVER EGGS DENVER ( A P I -- M a r k e t stoatly, price.' nchHnKed, demand fair to Rood oitvi. icos paid for consumer grade egg; red in Denver loose or in cartr-- ,1, Ideli l n t -.(Cartons lornished by buyers), case: mcolhs. anenueu me annual piaru ana "- " " ~imcoins. "" «ie UCIMI ut-mg ptuneu t shrub sle and pot luck dinner cidenlal Lodge No. 20, A.^ \ sh was born at Philadelphia, in plastic or paper conlainers. r _ . . A A l in n.fnnle\t' onri Ino Vnrlr _ .. ._ . . * i .sponsored by the Briggsdale A - M - m « rc ? lc V and lhe York i f a r m Bureau Saturday. It was I 11 "? an(1 Shnnc '" , .. -, held al tin- Farm Bureau 1 l l c 1S Klirvlvcd h v hls Wlfe ' building soulh of Briggsdale. former Ixiuise Crcascn who Hearing Set Pa., Nov. 15, 1894, and was I Pig Liver They went to Paulsboro. N. J.j MOSCOW ( A P ) -- Soviet Ihe same year, in 1900. She was a member Peter's Catholic Church. and came here i ? ,r,ns transplanted a pig's liver into a seriously ill woman, al- of lowed her own liver to "rest up" l,,.r ..f .Idlill C r f - f - i ' - y mill ( · i r c l i ' T J i n i l i l i a ! l i o i h nt . - , - ; · ,,( - I d l n i In i ft in. »r:iu'- s'-rv- for five hours, then reunited or- Surviving, in addition to her] Ran and owner, Tass reported husband, are Iwn sms. Johnl Tuesday. Cadigan of (Cleveland. Ohio, and Cadigan Jr. of Ariz.: a daughter. he married in Capislrann: two [daughters, Mrs. Kalhy Moore · a n d Miss Virginia Gregory, both !nf Sacramento. Calif.: his I p n r e n i s , Mr. and Mrs. B. Frank 'O.nliniied Fr(,m Page One) icircgory nf (irceley; a brother, l-'rank C. Gregory of Greeley Bauer. 823 SBlh A v e . reporled , ind ., siston y,-.; U K . ( R u t h ) Tuesday another opposing pcti-; I ) r a | a j nf Seal Beach, Calif. .lion now is being circuited for. |,-|, n( ,r : il services will he held 'signatures and t h i s u i l l IK- .,, :i p m Friday in the ·prcsi-nl'-il at the public li":TinK'.\ ( |. i r n f n Mftnoria'l Chapel, .n l,e lii-M in Dr-uvcr. i n i l u w t - d by interment at Linn · ; drove Cemetery w i t h graveside V o z o H for A i r p o r t ^m'-r hv Occidonlal Ixxlge ..^ -. · , -·-.. -- -- -, , r , knrn ,, , - , , , LONDON - ConVp^ation ol Xn. 20. A.K'ft A.M. [Adamson Memorial Chape ]to save thcjinborn child. !·' m limn w i l l bo paid if an F r i n m i s who w i s h , may srnrl Mass of the Resurrection w i l l . "I M H i --n';i-y N n r m a n church r* memorial a i f i s tn the Heart he. ?.ung at 9:30 a.m. l - n d a y HVNAM. d r m n i ^ h o d ' in mak · w a y f n r Fund in cnrp. of Adamson ai SI I'elr-r's. Inlcrmnnt will taken over LoiKi.m s I h n d i i i r n - - ' ; \;,,MI; : ;' !hr in L i n n Grove Cemetery. loded: lar« AA 29-33, mostly 30-31: medium AA 25-29, mostly 2S-M; small AA 3-)« mostly 13-15; law A 27-30 mostly 7-2S: mediom A 2.1-27. mostly 23-24; arse B 12-14, moslly 12-11. DENVER BEANS D K N V K R ( A P I - fienerat Im! to firou-- ·rs- t ' S No. 1 infiS crop pinlos 9.75. s'n. 2 il.25 FOB Denver rate hnsis; !IG9 crop srt-at Northerns No. 1 fi.15. Vo. 2 6.05 F(1B Nebraska rale basis. CHICAGO ( A l ' -- Chicano Mercantile Kxi-ti.-inK,---Hotter steady; wholesale buy- up prices unchanRcri: 91 score AA fifl 1 !; 02 A r,9W; 90 B 67ii. Kccs nominally steatiy; ^hole^ale buy- K prices unchanged; no per rent or bet- r tirade A unite* 11; mediums 21; standards 29; checks 12. Thomas Phoenix, Mrs. ICugene (Helen) Dyke of The news agency said the woman was in her sixth month of pregnancy when she (level infectious hepatitis. Her Jackson, Calif., and nine life was saved by the temporary grandchildren. transplant and shp is "nnw Kecitatinn nf the Hnsary will good health," it added. be at 7 p m Thursday in thcj Tass said it was not possible Malaysia lias the Australian air 'field al Butlerwnrth. CORN May 1.29',i! 1.2B»i 1.29' 2 1.28% 1.29% 1.28 3 i 1.29% 1.2814 Sep \.27 s k 1.26'i 1.27H 1.27 )ec 1.21','j 1.207' s 1.21'A 1.20% Mar OATS May .67'i Jul .64'-i DENVER CASH GRAIN Wheat No. I hard winter ordinary 1.22; No. 2 cwt. sorghum 1.99-2.02; yellow corn 2.24-2.20. Local Market (Corretced to May 11) Pinto Beans S9.75 Wheat _ 1.12 2,20 .... . 2.00 1.25 r 'i 1.25=18 1.25=18 1.25% STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT NEW YORK tAD--Sale*. clotUf prie« and net change of the fifteen most «e- ive stocks traded on the NY Slock Ex- ·hange. :NA Finl 310,800 Telex Corn 299.800 Burl 1ml 211.400 nt Tel Tel 133.900 ,,'nvsty Cmp 129,600 erox Cp 97,200 tek Corp 94.600 · (16.600 86.200 83.500 82,500 Sep .62'i .65'.·» .62'» .64 7 ,a .66=!i .64 .62'.B .64% .66% .63=!i .62 .65 \m Tel Tel Sasl Kodak [·cnn Cent Memorex I1M US I'lyw Ch iW l.GOpt Occiden Pet Dec RYE May 1.07U 1.06 l.Oli 1.07'A Mil 1.09'.:i I.OHli 1.08V4 1.09 Sep l . l l ' i 1.11 t.U'.'t 1.11% Dec 1.13 1.12'.i 1.12=U 1.1314 SOYBKANS May Jul Aug Sep Nov Jan 2.05^8 2.05 2.65 2.65=l'« 2.68 2.67'.t 2.671.1 2.67-li 2.6! 1 s 2.64"s 2.64="B 2.65'.» 2.60 '.4 2.S!I : '« 2.59 : 's 2.60 2.57U 2.56U 2.561i 2.57 2.61',1: 2.61 2.61 2.61'A Mar 2.65'4 2.64=!4 2.64',a 2.65 Cash Grain Market CHICAGO ( A P ) - Wheat No 2 hard yellow l.Sln; No. 2 sofi red 1.5Jn. Cnrn No. 2 yellow l.-Win. Oats No. 2 extra heavy;Geriatrics white 70'm. Soybeans No. 1 yel- Bayly Mfg. low 2.6nn. Hewlet-Packard Soybean oil 10.88n. lltel 11H 1414 26',i -- 2' 65'. . 7554 . .. R2.200 275 77,900 25 74.800 30 68400 lltt --2'. + 'i + U --714 --1 --314 Indus Railx Utils Stocks 30 IS 15 «0 Compiled By Tht AiMctaUtt PreM STOCK AVEKAOES \ct c-hanse D4.6 D2.6 1X1.7 D3.J Monday 175.2 123 » 121.1 249.2 Trev. day 379.B 126.4 124.0 252.5 Week anil 177.4 126.0 123.7 251.3 Month ago 411.9 141.8 117.1 277.4 Vear a«o 506.8 183.3 153.4 340 5 New NEW YORK (AP) York Stock Exchange closing index: Market Index Industrial Transportation Utility Finance off 31 cents 42.73 off 0.40 44.45 off 0.44 30.57 off 0.13 36.28 off 0.13 56.66 off 0.35 Over-Counter Stocks Wednesday, May 13 Bid Aiktd Monfort a 5«fi IB'i 32 s i fi'i 181% 9=1i

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