Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 23, 1961 · Page 19
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Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, October 23, 1961
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Used Con anil Tiucki 51 .ell 16. '..-.V. V H a M « k ( "·'· plekup. blux 41)1 A v c , No S..VK.N L W I I true.* Tor l»te or truile . . Also I95H red rd Slefkcn Motor Co. JohnMown. . »9y6.tXt. 6S7-233';. KOI! S A L K -- 'SS ForJ FS I r u e k . l r n r . tor «nd '(2 Kruehnut Irnlkr. Loth I e«eellent eonillnon. See B f t e r 6 » HO Zlr.l SI oil InimedUtc Kale. J'ri.a.ely civn M-rll eared for, 1161 Jlfmiblrr. t' v -entrer vrif-in. I-fiy.. low mlle-iire. 2CO h|) V-8 motor. I r a i K i - /·Ion, power llM-clnr, radio. Weather Kse holer. non.«lii Jitr«r,'nli,l. k rxi!it of RCCnFOrlcs nml rtglilpm You'll think if« r.e»-. Will nefri-l Irlde. ]'h. K!, 3-2W!. cvenlncii X 7-2020. !»)!. For Sale 1947 Dodge W 2 Ton with tieel bed, extra clean Sharp Achziger 931 l l t h St. Uicit Cats an-( Trucki USD i:(IEV. Clean. Kl. . Ne U K N K K A ' L U H S nnl ·tarteri. ** pumpi f u e l pumpi. Neiv. usej i rebuLU Ocme to ftnM'i inrt KH Oomei of l l l h SI «ni! tlh Avt. FOH KALK by o w n r r -- 1SS3 Ycwaisn. Cluvrolcl .Utl,)n w B s f ,n. Clnn, !,0-DO ml . new i^hlte wull ttrc-. I'h. JUnlper S-fG23, Mllliken. or ire Hi llrctcn lltos. Service Staltoa In 15)59 i/ 2 TON FORD Style side, long-wheel base. £xccl!ont condition. Low Priced to sell. See at 2619 16th Ave. IT'S ANOTHER RAMBLER YEAR You can tell by our Used Car lot It's getting jammed by Rambler Trade-Ins PARTIAL LIST: 1951 Plymouth 2-Door Sedan. sion, radio, 'healei 1 , four Standard transmis new tires, runs out wonderfully. _ I Q C I Sludebakev l/i Ton 6 cyl. lockup. Ra- 1 Jjl dio, htr.. OD. Camper body. All for _ ires, m i C C _ v"lUU on and TrucVs 51 'Oil MAI.!-:-1057 JC.T plrkup. iUiiii.y w i n c h aril] can.rer. 1'b. .i-ua 2U9. · ·_?" MOI)I-1. A J'c-rd for i»!e. .000'^ 'OK 3AI...--I956 Kurd pickup, .4 Ion. VII. EL Z - . I C OH KALK--1951 Koi-J 6 vlekup, '.. lun Crcclcy Alitn S-H'Vl» » tUKD uTck-ip. ilc-d tiOO.OU J. i I I K N l l Y Btuilfbakw Hxvk c r l u r k e r Kl. 2-1213. Hh r t h u l l l n j i r n «nd m]-rr .'58 FORD 4 i.oo ·Icn, n Z-Z17J. . Aulonmlle tr«[F. i;fr. ry«» *«"J. Kl Ian and Truck) r i l l FOH SAl.-v-U'Cu I'ur.l St. hj... mil.-.i:e. KL 2-2733. ' NKW uictl btuil- Luik. p-KtJ, «c .ill., rent.l- We [.l KL 1-ieeO LM vs. i:hevrolel u r. »T(A u j e J t r u c k i . · l u n n t i u .CM W l'jl.'l C A D I L L A C - Scilii rfuor Full T-»*". EM'clk IM-n.e r»rl.'. -.fiS^OPS. Hill J-AI.V.-- One owner l l.ools Ilkr ni?". Men! U . V I I I e 4 L comHliiin l I'l ·I "' I OK SA1.1:--IDS"' Ford G "111, overilrive. 2 tone [lii-^h, fro-nl r n n . l i t i o n . Priced re-isonably. tl 'OK SAl.r^-lPH 'i °n 3S3-20U. Jnd SI. N l i l . N K S «tcam elcan.d. up All type* body and fe^ilei A-l p a i n t JtA'S. low « * n rhumpscn ll»t«u«. Cul f l h A" 115 N Sib /.»=- KL 3-HI3. A l l l A l c m c»n.nj null ripi.rl II,ej rI:il«lJr». All tyr-Pi cf " «nd .rile!" r e p a i r i n g . John .homi GadKc, Cfll Sl!i Ave.. or 116 S 61h A*e. M. S-.-M3 .7 S T U U K U A K K R l . j Ion true-: foi Rnle Two Breed «xle. l.r^ lh»n 1.000 ...lie. ln-« o - c i t n u l . Nxv !, LT.I «r.,l .lock I-..*. IM-e.1 t'CO. C. |. l.iiu:hn. 200« 2Clh St. KL, 3-2)83 'U'U Kurd r a t r l n n e X 4 floor .·'or-loniai-u, i«w«r anr Blearing, taclory n i l cond., ra d i n i l i i i e i lilnsa. iiu-ldr.! ilnsli safely bells, n l t l n . c l e r . K x n e l l e n l eonrllt.ou, low mile age. Prlccnl t i f , M . Phone 2S4-7S17 ,fter O ' d f i P.M. Olds Super 88 4-Door. Gorgeous two-toned blue and white. Radio, heater, hydramatic. (D/ITQ 1959 ENGLISH FORD U Ton delivery van w i t h sid (ioorfi. Kxcellcni condition. Iileu (or light delivery ir camiimg i l l l-;i.gin 3-OSS5 a f i e r 4:00. Aulo Service and Suppfici 5 USED [IRES Still (.OCK. for Mm.y Jliles Available in most si/ces. Priced friini $4.50 · $15.00 Montgomery Ward (111 8lh Ave. OK SAI.K--1917 OLUmobllc E'Jl'er ..., t-inor h^trllw. One nwner. £xcelle»l| con.lition. Call Aull. Al, 7-3SZC. eveniTiEa. House Auto Trailers 53 Houi* b Auto Tralltn 53[Mnn. f Od. 23, I9G1 Streef GUEELKY THIBl'XE Page JO :00] two v.lin 401 21it A \ r . l-'llll IlKNT-- C«ii l l ' l n K ' burner i n i . - r Kl/ ,-OK SAI.K ,,r U L,'"'ir«lkr. 'i-h. I.,. ' Two Injured As Car Skids, ;: Overturns By ED MORSE ' -O b I x t r a i l A P B"'' 1 " 1 " Nsws W r i | f r "..Ik... 1C1 lit A v e n u J KKW YOHK (AI'.-I'r.TOS ICflk some sharp losses as Hie stock market entered a slow ilcclin .ale this ;ifleriioon. ' persons were hurl when the Volume (or the day was cbli- . " t . naled al .1.4 million shnros compare with 3.47 million Friday. Key stocks were off from fractions lo mure than a point on a I N T I I K t i i - L r k r l lor Mobile l l . n . « ln , r TM) l °TM.- , Slop" ln'* 1957 FORD 4-DOOR COUNTRY SEDAN rhiiinlerbh-d Jtotor, automatic transmission, radio, icalcr. $1145 9th Street Motors AL PURDY IS 10 Dtli St. FJ, 2-7018 FALL PRICE SLASH!!! i ' r ' 10 l °" C W!1S K 511101 "''')' UVCC Innwnfl sleds, moloi's. nonforrons iinclals, chcnik'iils mill lohaccos. lAiix-nifls, mils smcl oils were 3, c...ollont lor mixed. Among . f 1(1 tt. riclil niiil Kt.e.iu. i r a v o l ( r n l l c r , si conl]i;u'l far, $175. j.,- S ft. X 3.. fl. 1953 Kli;irtall. 2 licilronul, J! .73. i n fl. .x 35 fl. loss 1 liedroom, now cnr.icl. was }_..!.!., NOW S22.I5, ·A- S ft. :. -IS fl. l'j;.'i 1 lic.lruinn S].irl.ii_, G»s d u c t f l o o r heat. wilier losers. Jnllniiin fl'iup]' 10 n. x enndUiuiiitiK. NOW }20H5. (i- a( |iiig. Inc. fell nboul 3 poinls following news of lower eiirnitiys. Tex;is In- strumcnls w:is down more than 5. i mni'kel was mixed in c;nly ft. n e w ISiil frontier, 3 licilrooin.s. washer, f r o n t of L-lopc mit f klti'hen. Biilv; nisle, w:is 5611)5, Now, cud 51335. O|ien K u n i l n y , N'omi lo G p.m. 3 lo 'J, Weekdays Terms Available. Korry. "o Irnilo n t Iheso iirii'es. PONY EXPRESS MOBILE HOMES 3 miles soiuli on Crcclcy l l i w a y , C h e y e n n e , \Vyo. 1'lmno G32-WU moves up [Usplaym^ some and down. As thc wide sion wore on, more losers crept lmrc ' into Ihc picture and some of the best gains were clipped. General Foods and Tntcninlional Business Machines still held gains eur in which they were traveling skidded into a borrow pit and rolled over on its lop on a county road one mile north of Bracewell about 5:41) p.m. Sunday. .Mrs. Gloria Owens, 38, 1531 Glh . Ave., a passenger in tho oulo, received a scalp laceration and injured left wrisl. Sho was ndmiU.. led at Weld County General IloV . pil.-d, whicb reported her condition was good Monday morning.- The oilier party injured was Lester Green. 2(1, of Grecley, driver of the 1931 2-door, who rcceiv- . cd a small laceration on his arm. , Patrolman Geno Ad- who investigated the accident, estimated the car was a., total loss. Car Rolls Over Near Windsor U i n i f o Aguallo. 40. Windsor, es- e.xcceding 2 ,x)ints. \TMfrt injury when the aulo ho was Losses of about 2 were shown driving skidded 4ofi feel, then bv Anaconda und Amerada. TMU«I over three-fourths of - Auto Service and Supplies 52 MKHCURY motor mid li n co:i:l'lcle. EL 2-2G3, n f t f Not a cleaner '53 model in town 1954 1955 1956 $244 $995 Dodge V-8 Wagon. Needs rings, take it away for only __ -- .V-8 Club Cpe. '57 Thunderbird motor, radio, heater, overdrive. Jet black. Ford V-8 Victoria Hardtop Coupe. Here's one we like to crow about. Absolutely new every, where. Spotless, Jet Black and Red two-tonecl. Power steering,' brakes, Fordomntic, radio, heater, white tires and skirts. A top used car value at - _ 1 Qfifl ^ amlj ' el ' Super Six 4-Doov Sedan. We .sold it 13011 new and serviced it too. Radio, Weather Kye and push button drive. Non-Slip differential, lovelv green and white two-toned. Guaranteed as long as you own it. 'l5 OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM OPEN EVENINGS TIL 9:00 AND ALL DAY SATURDAY RAMBLER OF GREELEY HUNTERS· RANCHERS 'EST DRIVE THIS 1955 JEEP PICKUP cylinder, 4 wheel drive, vith free wheeling hubs. reen. Garnsey .and . Wheeler Your F011U Dealer 711 Illti SI. K MARKETS OLD E N C J l i N E Giving You Trouble? Buy a FACTUHlf R E B U I L T B N I . I N B Ij^.J. 7 -^!/-: 7 ! 5 ^^ with a new engine guar c^"^ TM°J.j antce. iishcd. tc\\ sai.s · (m-Mllj- « hlslicr: All popnlnr m a k e s and models mJ rcciii .valla lilo, .No. 1-3 3H-155 Ibs H.50- DENVER llogi -.0 S tOY,-i .airo-vs . 1,5 IJ.Ii; 5.50. Slifep 15,000; al and...., Ala-f ainljs rallier slo". aboul ste^rty; inn feeder lamhs not fully e-laljlL eu- small ]oU nbout Meady: slau: .-]ilb.. choice nivrt |'.l:ne arounrl . «. . « . 11 i i stmwn iiy \.i Chicago Gram Market isted, North CHICAGO (AP)--The grain f u - j ; lures markcl 'was mostly firm near the close of dcnlings today on the lioard of Trade with wheat »nd"*ei[i'? a u r .s? 1 °No. M iTM 2°s-2.j'and soybeans ahead by well over losses exceeding a point were shown by Electric, U.S. Steel, North American Avinlion. Illinois Ccnlral ami Coiisolwlnlcd cent a bushel in spots. Brokers said the demand was . Down about a point were a wide luni after liitling a telephone pole ncnr Windsor about 4 p.m. Sun- '- ·lay. Hie 1047 auto Aguallo was driving hit a telephone pole of the Mountain States Telephone and va^c"of"siocVs intiiiiliiig Jo':ics" 1'clcgranh Co. on a county road Laughlin. Fort!, Ktnnccoll, Eastman Kodak and Soulhcrn Hailway. Chrysler held a small gain. . ( .»! fa] g»«|'.i' MONTGOMERY W A R D 815 l O l h Street APARTMENT HUNTING? ' Read Classification "17" , _ InJlLs sleazy; stocl a ^«Ki co S Rx*\ K a I'js ^3.00-21.00; hellers holcc «50-1000 HIT 23.M23.SO; Kood and OIY cholt-o 2I.50-22.JO: cows hijsh cutler titJ u t i l i t y H.75-IC.75T tamrrs nn«l cutlers J.TS-HEOi Uulli cutter (in;! utility 1G.W- 1900i choice 5M-7W Lb Atockcr an;l lljflil- iciclil (cfdcr slcrrs 23.5025.75; tliOic* 150-700 Ib fmier heifers 21.iO-24.00; chok-P h t ( r mostly for accounts! prices were mixed on the Ameri- -ioa|\vitb exporters and flour millcrs' c a n stock Exchange. Trading was a " d jon Ihe buying side in wheal and' mo( j(,i- n i c . ""processors accounting for a good! The bond markets remained i '" volume of soybeans. 'regular this afternoon. I There was no significant fca-l . . S'ture in the feed grain trade. Both -ip 1 I k. I pv wheal and corn held wilhin small| | \(Q \J [^ Uciy OMAHA LIVESTOCK Hops 13.500; b..rro«i nr.d Kills TXS. 1-2 200-210 11). BlradJ 1 10 wcakl su'.ss stcaily to 25 loner; VJ. 1-2 -iorte.1 2flO- 1675; sovis 1-a 250-jGO Ibs 15.00- fractional ranges most of thc time. Estimated cailol receipts were . cars, corn 142, oals 28, rye .one, barley 58 and soybeans 269. Prey. High Low Close close p 7^00; ila.iEhlcr larr.ta an;! e«ri btendy: fcrdcr lambs fully lcaily: ' Wheat Dec A'Jto Service an Corn Home of Rambler Select Used Cats and the Economy King Rambler 1321 8th Ave. EL 2-9038 JUST ACROSS FROM THE BUS DEPOT '61 Plymouth V8 4-Dr. Sedan . $2195 '61 Valiant V200 4-Dr. Sta, Wgn. $2295 '60 Plymouth V8 4-Dr. Sta, Wgn. $2395 '60 Ford Custom 300 2-Dr, Sedan $1795 '60 Renault Dauphine 4-Dr. Sedan $1095 '59 DeSoto Fireflite 4-Dr. Sedan $2195 '59 Chevrolet BelAir 2-Dr. Sedan $1395 '58 Ford Fairiane V8 2-Dr. Sedan $895 '57 -Plymouth Cus V8 4-D St Wgn $1395 '57 Hudson Hollywood 2-D Hdtop $995 '56 Chevrolet 210.2-Dr. Sedan . $695 '56 Plymouth Belvedere-V8 4-D Sed $795 '55 Nash Ambassador 4-Dr. Sedan $595 '55 Plymouth Savoy V8 4-Dr. Sed $595 '55 Plymouth Belvedere V8 4-Dr, Sed $595 '54 Plymouth Savoy 4-Dr. Sedan. $395 '54 Chevrolet 1502-Dr/ Sedan . $395 If You Can Find a Better Used Car ' Buy It! i You had better have a look at Wells 1961 IMPERIAL CROWN 4-DR SO. H A M P T O N All power equipment, refrigeration, very low mileage. A Real Luxury Car. 1961 DODGE PIONEER 4-DOOR SEDAN Radio, heater, automatic transmission, V-8 engine, 5,000 actual miles. 1961 LANCER 4-DOOR SEDAN Real low mileage, used very little. Radio, heater automatic transmission. A real buy in a used compact. 1958 IMPERIAL CROWN 4-DOOR SEDAN All nnvvnv pnuinmcnt. refrij.crat.ion. Like new throu About 100 Lbs cooled slnue'hlor Inmtis 1C-00-." 17.OOl tJ-BO Hi chrvk-P anil fancy Wyoming .May filler Lambs 13.50-]0.5«: ilR'.ifihtt-r ewes j T i ulilily lo choice 3.W-1.S3. l' J l l i . Cntllc 2.1,000: calvca 3,5X; sl.nifihler c on SuDDlici 52itc«ra nnd hcifcra aU-asly to 15 lower; i U p p l i e i 3* 1CCKVS M c a r t y . l!U ,| s .,t ronJB (o 2 5 tilclitril vcalers steady: j c i r j i n j slockcr Aiders' ar.d slock cnlvr.s ilrwit le 50 h^Ucri'iJec fceilcr Meets mostly slcady: ilocl* hcifrrs !»T..,. f u l l y atcariy; high with era jirinie "'"·» !int.l.2S Hi* iiccts 2V63-21.75. hlsh choke JTi1ji V -9M Ihs heifers ?3 25; utility and com-1 1 c / n u r r i n l rows M.OO-lfi.OOj ulilily com- Jut bulls 1C.00-13.50; pooO nr.rt choice I \palcn 2l.M-25.00. iTick'C 6^5 1L» jearl.r.B i-Si'p .lock Alters 11^-11.50; Rood and choice (V .X^0-E50 Ib Icerior steers J2.23-2i.5l; choice I IJt |lf fancy 350-425 Ib slock steer calvfs .r) p( , 111 IVI? rrtri-inm *fiA COrtd ..loclc COIV5 I*-**-** 2.05!i 2.03Ti 2.05Vi 2.03Vl i 2.0S'/s'/j 2.14'i 2.13'.'» 2.14 2.17'.i 2.15.8 2.17 i 2.11 ',4 thrcc-quarlcrs of a mile norlli of · he junction of Colo. 392 and Cold. 257 al Winilsor, Patrolman Ad.- mire reported, 'file car was estimated a total loss, the pole damaged $50. 3 Parked Cars Damaged Three uulos parked in front, of Ihc Moose Lodge in Rosetlale were iliimagcd a tolnl of ?2,975 when (hey were struck by another vd-.' hicic ahout U;15 p.m. Saturday. Highway Patrolmen Will Kagq- hara nnrl Gene Admire reported · Leslie Hcmbry, 24, Ln Salle, driv- . ing a IMS auto, turned into tho Moose Lodge and ran into the three parked machines. i\ IDCI auto owned by Henry Troudt of Brighton was knocked 21 feet and damaged an estimated ?2,500. A 1958 car belonging to August Scliehman, Grceley, was knocked sideways into a ! Dr j !inshaw 1.12 1.11U 1.11'.i i.i6.i LIB ..mi 1-16^;.,^;;, 1.20V. l.lOVz l.l'J-i 1.20 | Tucsd ., v 1.23^ 1.22^1.2-- l.MV. |, ,,,,,,,,/ Talks at CSC Open to A!l Dr. Cecil Ilinshaw, a member of the American Friends Service Commiltee, will speak at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Oimtcr Hall on the Colorado Stale College campus.' Dr. Ilinshaw is speaking al thr. KnM ' K , e( ! «?TMV*_ '"« a TM iMi a ,i N,.:TM-: nnv .,«r m l,lv on TM' belonging lo Thomas Thorn[on, Fort Warren. Schcirman s I machine was damaged $400 and United Nations Day assembly on "Crises in the United Nations." Hie pii a5.tfl-37.oO; medium and good stock , I.M-16.2S. i M n r K A N S A S CITY LIVESTOCK '.May Hox- -.500; mo-tly ^^eatly; SO«I steady:, . , 1 210-270 Ib twrrovvB zr.r\ Ellis 16.25-| JU ' M; 1-3 300-100 I'J sons 15.00-75. 'c pll Slveen a,CX»I stcadr 10 5S hiphrr: ehoire tll ami prlmc.1 MOO'LI! InniU.. IG.50-J7.00; R y e chtfico 16.00 "0: tfooc! -laJ chc.ce 15.001S.OO: choice shorn lambs No. 1-2 pcL-s:lJec 15.M. 'M ... Catlle 12^00: calves I.C.O; -slrmi; In!11 ^ 2S higher: choice ^^ec/s ?5.50: high choice l n v wim few prime 2550: pood ti average J ehoire 2_.752S.rO; chirfce with feu prjme J u t heifeis 2J.OO-25: choke 2.1.25-2. 001 £ood' .TOVi .74',4 .69Vl .73.1 .74Vs v.-ui also speak on ,, , \ V o r l d s - n l 8 i i . n . T h o r n k ° n s * 7 ; - . . . . . . Faculty Club "mi^y received in is in.ilcd to!" 10 accllellt - , Damn S c {a ! " s car was estimated at S200. Collision on Win, St. S.W. A rear-end collision on 2Mb St. S. W. .2 mile southwest of 17th Has Given Numerous Talks An international known advo- Dr. Ilinshaw has 1.42.1 1.40.. 1.41Vi 1.41.1 1.44 1.41.1 1.41^4 1.43.i 1.43.4 1.4H1 1.42!!- 1.42.1 1.35',i l.-H'.i 1.34',i 1.3.5 and cholci CHICAGO ( A P ) ; 23.00-26.00. USDA) Scp Soybeans ticipated in and conducted confer- ley. and $200 ti ences on inlernational relations in TM y 10 Knropean countries and several Gl ' cclc y- South American countries. Nov Hogs 9,500; butchers 25 lo 50 low-r v cr, mostly 25 lower: mostly l-2^ n " Mar 190-240 Ibs 10.65-16.75; over 500, jhead at 16.75; mixed 1-3 190-2501'"" libs 16.50-115.G5; mixed 1-3 and 2-3. Jl " All power equipment, refrigeration. through, out. A premium car at a modest price. All White. 1959 THUNDERBIRD . All power equipment, including power seals, window, eat belts. Like new throughout. The sharpest Ihunder- seat belts. Like new throughout. jird in town. A real bargain. 2.44U 2.« 2.43.'! 2.42.1 2.431. 2..61J 2 . 4 7 . 4 2.4fi'.. 2.50.. 2.49.i 2.50V. 2.W.2 2.5!i.i 2.52.i 2.52.1i 2.5-l.i 2.55',. 2.53's 2.54.J 2.54 2.55.i 2.54.6 2.54.1 2.5-1',!: 2..6l's 2 . . 5 . 4 2.46 2.46 Dr, Hinshaw's appca'rences in ftreeley are being eo-S|X)nsorecl !by Ihe International Kelations Club and the CSC Associated Slu |Cash Grain ; 0-190 Ibs 16.CO-16.5U; mixed 1-3.' 300-41.0 Ib sows 14.25-15.75; few' ols 1-2 280-300 Ibs 15.75-16.25; 2-3 400-000 Ibs 12.75-14.50. Cattle 20,000; calves 3,000; slaughter steers steady; four loads prime 1,200-1,450 Ib steers 26.00; a load prime 1,321 Ibs at _ ^ 26.2S; bu|k choice and prime 960- j,j av T v while eo^.' Soybeans No 1 dents. Flags Displayed CHICAGO (AP, - Wheat No 3 dayj" Dr. hard 2.0-T/i. Corn No 2 yellow: Flags oC all member nations of the United N'ations wore raised along Oth Ave. on the campus Monday morning in recognition ol United Nations Week. The flags will be moved to the central cam- Ipus wnlk in front of Gunler Tues- . . 1.15.4. Oals No 2 exti-a heavy white 69 1 /.; s-implc grade extra · Later in tliu week the flags wi be taken to the Inleruatwrial Relations Club conference on the campus of Denver University. 1957 CAD. FLEETWOOD HDTP. 4-DR. SED. All power equipment, refrigeration. A beautiful rose color. A real sharp piece of merchandise. 1957 BUICK RO ADMASTER 2-DR. HARDTOP Power equipment. Sharp as a tack inside and out. A steal at our asking price. PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR SEDAN Real low mileage, one local owner, limited equipment. Priced to sell. 1959 FORD 4-DOOR CUSTOM SEDAN Overdrive transmission. One owner, all white color. Real Sharp, priced below the market. 1960 DODGE DART 4-DOOR SEDAN Radio, heater, automatic transmission, 6 cylinder gine. Original finish. Looks like a new car mileage. Biggest bargain on the lot. 1,400 Ibs 24.00-25.75; a load of clioice 1,450 Ibs 23.75; good 6001,300 Ibs 22.50-24.00; a load mixed yellow 2..2.i; No 2 yellow 2.42... Soybean oil 10.ib-..n. Barley: mailing choice McKnight, also Both vehicles were .roing north- . east on 20lh St. S. W. when Hie woman's car hit the rear of Ellinger's, Patrolman Admire re-ported. Some of Trujillo Clan Reportedly Entering Exile CIUDAD TRUJILLO, Domini--' can Republic (AP)-The Trujilio family's two luxurious pleasure yachts Mon. were reported ferrying members of the dynasty into'- self-imposed exile from the strife- lorn Dominican Republic. Gen. Jose Arizmendi Trujillo, a- utility and standard 1,025 Ib Hoi- -j 62 n; f cc{ j so-1.02 n. The Weld County United Nations Association has also urged rcc-ibrother of the late Generalissimo 1 33- ognition of the United Nations this Raphael Trujillo, reportedly wee!-:, particularly on Tuesday,jbcardeci the luxury yacht Vresi- slins 14.50; utility and standard f| ms |, wheat was .1 to. steers 19.00-22.25; a load of mixcd^,:. cen ( S a bushel higher, Decem- choice and prime 1,000 Ibs 24.25; |, er bulk choice 23.00-24.00; good 21.5023.00; a load of standard 850 Ibs at 20.CO; a 1 few u t i l i t y and standard 17.00-21.50; commercial cows 15.50-16.75; bulk cutter and utility 12.50-14.75; utility bulls 16.00-19.00; corn unchanged to onts unchanged to standard and good vealers 19.00-:KANSAS CITY CASH G R A I N 25.00; culls down lo 10.00; a fcw^VI",.,.? 6 .!,.!".,..TM 1 ?.^^'-!.' * en- Real low OPEN EVENINGS After Hours . . . Call tlieae Salesmen: Hill G e n t l e m a n . EL, 2-0379 Lot Mgr. Martin Kuena..*. EL 2-8342 J«TMa Marei. EL 2-4316 WICKLAND'S Your Plymouth-Valiant Dealer USED CAR LOT 404 8th Ave. Tel. EL 3-1050 25 OTHERS From Which To Choose IF YOU CAN'T DEAL WITH WELLS YOU JUST CAN'T DEAL W E L L S 1108 8th Avenue 2100 West Olh lower, December $1.!!.»-.i; ccmbcr C9.B-.. ; rye li higher, to 114 low-' which is United Nations Day. denlc Trujillo during the weekend President John F. Kennedy has and headed for some Caribbean issued an official proclamation port, presumably Martinique, lo calling for observance ot the week catch a ship lor Spnin. I The four-ni..stcd tailing ship An- igelita, on which Hollywood bcai.t- 0 e . as UN Week. ' ,, , " " ' f , ,,,, ,,,.! c ^ S ;ood and choice 850-900 Ib feeder steers 22.23-23.50. Sheep 2,000; slaughter lambs 25 to 50 lower; choice and prime 90105 Ib native wooled lambs 17.0017.50; good and choice 14.50-17.00; cull to good 10.00-14.00; cull to choice slaughter ewes 3.50-4.50. 2 05'., 'fin. 2 r.d 2 B.i-«.M.sX.. 1 3 No. 3 A - l n s t a l l a t i o n s NEW YORK DRESSED HEAT Steer bed. veal, C3U r.d iMinb carcass prir*3 steady lo vieih; sleer bcei choice circuses O-0-7C- Ibs .1.SO-.2.M; choice ite-T hindrnn.-crs 47.SO-53.OOJ arm ch-Jr.-S 3..50-38.00T ri-is .6.00-5J.OO; l..mb choice arxi pcime 35-15 ]h3 37.00-.I.OO. DENVER BEANS aod : -fl].uv .IS..-1.21. Oals I car, nom "0-73\. No. 3 C«-7.S' M,;n maize 1.HI-LSI. Kafir I.B2-I.91N. Rie 1 25 3 i-1.30.'(N. Harlry I.05-I.I2N. Soybeans 232.2.-ON. Bran 37.50-331-5. A g r e e m e n t jsimo-s son Ramfis, was reported len route to Bermuda to pick up 0 f [another brother of Ihe assassinat- led dictator, Gen. Hector B. Tvu- |jillo, and his American-born wife, .._. jthe former Alma McLaughlin. . . 2-g... up »i. s.. j OAK R1DGL fenn. (AP) -I Bu( d ., e conlinuing unrcs , - I^O-A.W.V^ Agrccmcnl has been reached on'.^ lhc ibmty t h a t the 3 , ja new contract providing an 8-, s of Trilji! | 0 ,,,],, mjghl ^ ""'"cent hourly wage increase for * (Q R c|os( , t] . c[ . c . vas n _ about 4,500 workers in two majorL^j..^.^ , hat liarafjs _ Ccn [atomic inslallahons here. jrtaphncl Trujillo Jr.. the chief ol 7he sett emcnt between the Ln-| the D o m i n j c a n arme . 1 forces _ i U6-I.24N* u.-ch. No. t lion Carbide Nuclear Co., and the Area Potato Shipments Disposition report on the shipment of potatoes in area three Atomic Trades and Labor Councilj^ JjJ was announced Sunday night fol- cr ^ ^ lowing weeks of ncgolialions Hurn( , s lhi)[ M t| . c \'n. Is; Ko. 2s He ]«s, CHfCACO BUTTER AND EGGS ,; cars M B 59; 80 C Htt. ^j{s iteal.; 1 l« 2 Jcwcr; "".".per ' intention of fleeing. Bott nd President Joaquin Bala have rejected opposition de ing which President Kennedy per.^TM.^., Ramfis ou( for the period Oct. 6-20, was an- S0 na.!y intervened to prevent a, Rock ., hrowil19 mobs continue nounced Monday by the Area strike. -^ ba|( | c lic - c in a , ]cas[ tw , ^ITIirce Potato Administrative Com-, The Ihree-year contract, subject; ]m ^ and at , cas[ onc mai ratification by Ihe union mem^^.^ c(] kiUcd about 12 --- - retroaclive to Oel 1=,..,,^ ..__.,, o{ ci .. dad ^ m]ff ^ shipments. Second lignrc is Ihejwhcn the old contract expired, j - (to vS'mitlcc. ] First figure represents Of I. fi-20 borship, shipments. Second figure is Ihejwhcn the old contract expired, c l t n t a l to date in the current fiscaV The wage hike boosts tho pay ( ten''year and third figure represcntblscalc at the top-secret Y12 "rtiSlthe total in corresponding period and the Oak Ridge National 'one year ago. [oratory lo S2.75 for laborers Denver Auto Service and Suppliei 52 Auto Semce end WARDS AUTO SERVICE CENTER 2,370--2,776; U. S. No. Two, 30J-- U.S. Ahimrents Tr! 3Ui Sat 15?. 1 1,437-- 1.525. Sun 4; Co.0 Fn 20, Sal 16, Sun 0: · By variety: Red, 138--1,570--1 fy Tires. Batteries Inatnlled free. Wheel balancing. tlr« rotation. 5 wtieeli Set o! . b r a k e shoes and Installation _ M u l d e r s and Inslallation ,!o 1... lilaho I. ia'lf] J7M Whi[e, 281-1,269-1,371; Bur_ _ ! , _ _ _ . .,, ,,,,, e , = . /·,,,, .I_C..L_ .rty; c- lhan caTkl cuanlilvf5: inves. other _ 49-310-515; m_atkel in I I ] txJ. Below marketing 4-{Sa- Local Market (Corrected to Oct. 23) ! more than $100. j The sliooting victim was Robe jMahorney, 25, who was taken Wheat $1.63 ! Denver General Hospital for tre: order 11.99 l . . _ ... - r . , |ln min 3.50; U.S. No. !-! 1.75: Colo ni-.|- r( l q . 116--892 '«tl «irol 6S or S-10 oz -50; hakfrj. J I "-;- ' L0 ~ ""· Oats, cwt $2.00'jmcnt. .Rarlcy $1.83 Mahorney was a customer stand-JPinlo Beans $6.0o|the store when bandits enter Ipinlo Beans No. 2 $5.25 and forced tho owner. Char' i-lVoE~3.M; ur.uaihtd 4 .._ inin 25-15 per cenl ip^oz^nd lar^cr^ 2.75: j SlcClur I in 07. mln min 25-3; (Colo red .2 1 - In u n !mv.1 10 01 5 Ml: I'.S. Livestock feed: 118--8(3--1.344. At Wards you can depend on line products--Fast Senl-.e 615 8th Ave. Phone EL 3-0204'rmS ire.* 2^4 In min 2.W-2.'i5: 2 .M: Hah-* ru%cls 6-11 07 min 4.M; sited 6« or H-IQ PZ , No- ?s i c./. rma 2 50; !0 reJ McCluiM ai" jr.d re.1i 1 in min 30c ' Sx 1 . B Utler l 0 l st'stcwarl, to open tho cash re_ Processing in cans: 0-19-11. A medium eggs J-l'tcr. Police said one o! the % Scc(i . o-^j-o 1A large eggs «, fired at Mahorney when Toial disposition in current fis-JLight hens -Os.failcd to respond promptly lo U cal year, 4,09,1. a year ago, 5,656.'Heavy hens ^.orders.

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