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P*t« 6 GREELEY TRIBUNE Thurs., Mar 14, 1970 New York Politicos Launch Effort To Lick Drug Problem By CARL C. CRAFT Associated Prtss Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - Lcad- from both parties have launched a joint effort for more federal help to stave off a drug problem they say has reached plague levels. Republican Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, emerging from a private strategy meeting with members of his state's congres- sional'delegation, said Wednes- "has spread to the schools and even from the high schools down into the elementary schools." Rockefeller said he would seek President Nixon's backing for a new funding approach --· -- · tui A ue\v luuuiug dupiuaui Deaths and Funerals Ijaimed at pumping bigger doses ^ m ^ m l° f federal drug-fighting cash RDRMSON .. drug-fighting I into hard-hit cities including I New York, Los Angeles and Miami. The governor also said he agreed with Democratic Rep. Edward I. Koch, who told news- Clyde C. Baird (if 1510 3rd Ave. Arrangements later. CA111GAX Airs Helen C. Cadigan of 1S40 12tU Avenue. Wife of Thomas F. C a d i g a n . Mother of John Cadigan of Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Eu- jrene (Helen) Dyke of Jackson, Calif, and Thomas F. Cadigan. Jr. of Phoenix, Ariz. Also survived by 9 grandchildren. of the Rosary Recitation 7:00 p.m. Thursday from Adamson Memorial Chapel. Requiem Mass 9:30 a.m. Friday from St. Peters Catholic Church. I n t e r m e n t Linn G r o v e Cemetery. GREGORY Richard Gregory nt 3B119 Cnmino. Canistrano. Calif. ]liisnaml of Louise Gregory of Ciipistriino. Father of K a t h y Moore and Virginia ( I r u g u r y of Sacramento, Calif. Son of Mr. and Mrs. 11. Frank Gregory. Brother of Frank C'. Gregory and Mrs. H. F. ( R u t h ) Bezlaj of Seal Beach. Calif. Funeral services will be at 3:00 p.m. Friday from Adamson Memorial Chapel. Interment Linn Grove cemetery In charge of Occidental Lodge Xo. 20 AF AM. Friends who wish may give to the heart f u n d in care of Adainson Mortuary. nen heroin addiction has be- n ess, Barbarette said. come a plague in New York I :ity with 100,000 addicts. Rep. Emanuel Celler, a Brooklyn Democrat, said at-!| tempts also would be made to| discourage importation of drugs' from other nations. Koch said the delegation urged that "countries like 1 France. Turkey and other countries that are the suppliers of heroin that comes into the country ... be held responsible." "And when the foreim aid bill Heart Attack at Dinner Hospitalizes Sen. Dodd NEW BIUTIAN, Conn. (AP) -- Doctors examining .Sen. Thomas J. Dodd, D-Conn., said today a mild heart attack caused his collapse at a dinner Wednesday night, according to a spokesman for the senator. The attack will force Dodd to "remain hospitalized for an indefinite period of time," said Joseph Barbarette, his press secretary. Dodd spent a "peaceful" night in the coronary care unit of New Britain Hospital after undergoing an electrocardiograph test, Barbarette said, and his physicians consider his condition "satisfactory." Dodd had just finished making a speech to the New Britain Press Club Wednesday night when he complained of pains in his chest and collapsed in his chair without losing conscious- Windsor Man Dies Wednesday; Funeral Sat. comes up," he going to think added, "we're of some wayi Virgil Jordan Dies Wednesday At Hospital Virgil Milo Jordan, 1423 6th St., Evans, died Wednesday Dodd, who will be 63 on Friday, faces a stiff fight Jfpr reelection io a third terra in the Senate. Three members of his own party are opposing him for renomination. Dodd was censured by the Senate in 1967 on a finding he had used at least $116,083 in political funds for personal purposes. Last December, the Justice Department announced it had found no evidence to warrant criminal prosecution of Dodd on the basis of his income tax returns for that period. W a l t e r Schildknecht MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - Karen Stenwall of Phoenix, Ariz., be?an her reign today as America's Junior Miss, the nation's Irst lady of youth. _ . The blonde, gray-eyed beauty Jan. 1, 1925, where" he resided was chosen from among high until 1945, when he moved to school senior girls representing all 50 states in the nationally Windsor, died Wednesday, He had been in ill health for two weeks. Schildkencht was born Sept. 24, 1904, in Kiel, Germany, He' came to Fort Collins from there Windsor. He was an interior decorator and painter. June 26, 1929, he and the fofmer Lydia Becker were married in Fort Collins. Ann Spomer Presiding At Meeting Mrs. Ann Spomer, Weld County clerk and recorder, is presiding at a seminar for county clerks on "The Recorder in the Modern Era" being held at Colorado Springs Thursday wife, Mrs. Lydia Schildknecht, are two chldren, Robert LeRoy Schjldknecht of Buena Vista and Miss Marian Schildknecht at audience. morning Weld County General Hospital where he had Mrs. Spomer, who is a past president of the Colorado Clerks " Recorders Association and been a patient for 10 days. He! aM "fcoraers ^sucmuu,, w,u co K presently chairman of the was 58. Born in Macon County, Mo., JLJUI 11 til mav,uii \j\juiiij t JTIU., . on Nov. 25, 1911, he came to nuttee, also in 929. He entered the . where we can impress uponju s Army on Jan . 7j 1942) an d those, countries they can't be the se rved with the 86th Engineers recipients of money from this a , a | Pr hnician fnurth class. recipients of money country when they are selling, poison to the kids in this country." Rep. Democrat and the only black woman in. Congress, said the drug problem "now has penetrated just about every class and every ethnic group in our society . . ." Koch said more than money as a technician fourth class, 1209th association's recording corn- will be the for a panel m o d e r a t o r discussion, "Recording with a Forward Look," which will be part of the seminar's program Service Command in! Friday morning. Australia and the Philippine! James H. Shelton, district Islands. He was discharged on'attorney here, was one of the Shirley Chisholm. a,Aui 26, 1940 and returned to'fcatured speakers on the t ,,,,,) .!,,, ,,,,!,- M,M,' Evans lo opera(e his business :program Thursday morning. His M a 1 o n e y and Jordan, j s u b j e c t was, "Changes Decorators, until 12 years ago!necessary in current statutes." when he joined the Weld County Highway department maintenance crew. The seminar is being spon- i Government of the state in He married Marie Stephen in cooperation v.'ith the clerks and the part of the police officials, we need to involve the communities across the educational aspect."j a i E viin s. John August of 114 2nd .St., televised Junior Miss Pageant lere Wednesday night. Upon being crowned, the 18- year-old Sunnyslope; High School Surviving in addition lo his senior broke into tears ier sisters, Mrs, Cathy.' Dixon, 21, Lisa, 15, Lynn, 13, Martha, 11, and Jodi, 9 who w.ere in the n o m e ; one sister, Mrs. Margeret Eargmann of Germany; two brothers, Kurt and Herbert Schildknecht of Germany, and three grandchildren. She was awarded a . $10,000 college scholarship along with the crown. With the addition-of scholarships presented' for her two victories in preliminary Four cousins, Louise Thomas judging her total reached and Madelena and Margaret $12,000. Named as first runner : up was Miss Carol Buckland, 17, of Farmington, Conn. She received of arrangements. Memorial donations may be made to the building fund of Christ in Windsor. 5-Year (Continued from Page One) cultural improvements proposed included $250,000 in 1972 to build a new recreation center to replace the old Central School building now being used as a recreation center; $20,000 a sored bv the Division of Local year in 1973, 1974 and 1975 as payments on a lease-purchase contract covering an enclosed "we need real enforcement on | pj atori] i M M f on April 30, 1946. recorders association and the| ic e skating rink which would He '· was a member of j Office of Continuing Education cost ^an estimated $250,000; and Adamson Warmuth Post No.jof Colorado University. ·--.-,,,,,. *_ ,TM. ,-- _ _ _. and we've got to get C624, Veterans of Foreign Wars!" 01 |, cr sne;l ker.s in addition to Duild 'nK '° be built on - pHnr.linnnl asnP rt."i«, v ! shellon 1,.,,.,!^^ in the !Meeker Home property. the ... _^ c o *-.....«. ikiiicuuii put in-ijyaiiiig tii i n ^ j . . . Meanwhile. Democratic Hep.i Surviving, in addition to his :se niinar include Willis Car- Cruce reported in conneclion JORDAN" \'ircil HI Jordan of 1423 , . , ,. ..,_ . .,,. mil St., Evans. Husband ot ]American public $5 billion Bertram L. Podell, of Brooklyn,' said drug addiction costs the Jordan. Brother jyear in crime because many addicts steal to support their hab- of Mrs. .hiincs R. (Lelit) Loc, of Kersey, IMrs. Fern I,nKcy. Mra. S. J. (Y Carroll. :ii»l llollis dan all of Greeley. Scrv- irefi lll-.Oll 11.m. Saturd-ay from the Arinmson Jle- inorial Chapel. Interment Kvans C'einetcry. ·\V1GMOIIE Kdiiii .Mnxine Wigraore. Wll'c ot Lee WlRmore. Sinter ot Karl KlinginsniHh of St. Paul, Neb., Miss A d a l a i d e KliiiRinBniitli of Los Angplcs, Calif.. Roy Klinprinsmith of Parma, Idaho. Servicns Friday, 11 a.m. from the Adnmson .Memorial Chapel with in- t e r m e n t Linn Grove Cemetery. p e n t e r , Denver attorney; diets. He also introduced a resolu wife, Mrs. Marie Jordan, are three sisters, Mrs. .lames K. (Lela) Lee of Kersey; Mrs. Fern Lakey and Mrs. S. J. (Yvonne) Carroll, bolli of 0 f research for the Colorado 1 Prof. J. the C.U. Business at the] with the new museum building Raymond E. Carper, chairman'proposal that the city already of ' the Colorado Tax Com-]has received a donation of mission; Lyle C. Kyle, dircctorl$25,000 for such a building. vonne) i t - H e called for S200 million for G rccley, and a brother, Hollis!Legislative Council; R lor- dru 8 centers lo offer a Wldc R. Jordan, also of Greeley. JDaniel Cougcr of range of services for heroin ad-' - - - · - Public works department: A total of $425,300 for 1971. Funeral services will be held jat 10 a.m. Saturday in the '" Adamson Memorial Chapel. School of This would-include $15,000 for cific trading at 40 3 ,4, down Arizona Girl' Becomes US. Junior Miss Editli Meyer reside in Fort Collins. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Kaith a $6,000 scholarship. United Church 'of Christ in Windsor, with interment in Lakeview Cemetery in Windsor. Bishop Mortuary is in charge was presented a $4,000 scholarship. Rounding out the five finalists were California's Rhonda Marthe Faith United Church of tyn, 17, of Huntington Beach, Second runner-up was a crowd favorite, Mississippi's Laura Boyette, 18, of Jackson, who and Wisconsin's Debbie Steiner 17, of Elm Grove. Peggy Piz of Kemmerer Wyo., was picked by the girls themselves as Miss Personality. She was awarded $1,000. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market continued its steep decline early this afternoon in , ,. , , . j , j. ausrni; Bering lanios err relatively restrained trading. 129.00-50: tew 27.50.29.00. The Dow Jones average of 30 ·"»*" "· " industrials was off 12.61 to 681.23 at 2 p.m. after being down as much as 12.35 earlier. Declines outnumbered ad- MARKETS CHCCAGO (AP) - (USDA( Hogs 4,000; butchers 25 higher to 50 lower; 1-2 sorted 200-220 Ib butchers 25.00; 1-3 200-230 Ib 24.25-25.00; 2-3 225-240 Ibs 23.7524.25; 2-4 240-250 Ibs 23.25-23.75; 3-4 270-290 Ibs 20.75-21.50; 1-3 350-400 Ibs 19.25-19.75; 2-3 500550 Ibs 18.00-18.50. Cattle 200; small supply most- y cows; utility and commerica cows 22.50-24.75. ·Sheep none; 'not enough for a market test. LIVESTOCK DENVER (AP) (USDA) - Hogl 450; larrows and gilts'steady to weak; 1 to 3 190-230 Ibs- 24.25-25 TO, 2 and 3 200-250 Ibs 23.00.24.00, 2 to 4 240-260 IDS 22.00-23.00, flO.270 Ibs 21.00-22.00, 270-280 Ibf 20.W 21.00. sows, steady, except few 600-650 Ibl 50 lower; 1 to 3 350-650 Ibl 17.00-19.5U. Sheep^-No 'auction today. Cattle 250; Thursday afternoon hardly enough any class to test trade; slaughter co'ws cutter and utility 20.SO-22.riO; mostly, choice 490-530 Ib steer calves 36.2029.50, including thin 490 Ibs 39 50. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA (AP) --cattle 1,000, calve none; slaughter steers and heifers gener ally -steady; cows fully steady; bull alcady; steer choice 1000-1225 Ibs 28.75 29.50; good and low choice 26.25-29.00 standard and low good 25.50-26.00; slaugh er heifers high good and choice 850-1001 Ibi 28.25-29.00; good 25.50-28.00; standurd and low good 24.50-25.50; cows utility an commercial 22 50-23.50, canner and cut er 20.00-22.50, bulls utility, commcrcla and good 27.00-28.50. Sheep 200; slaughter lambs and ewe steady; spring slaughter lambs cholc 99-102 Ibs 28.75-29.00; shorn slauchle lambs choice 114 Ibs with No. 1 pelt 26.50; shorn slaughter fwes cull to flood 7.50-9.00. Hogs 7,500: barrows and gilts genera ly steady; 1-3 190-235 Ibs 23.75-24.2:,; sow weak to 25 lower; 1-3 300-450 Ibs 19.0020.00. KANSAS CITY (AP) -- Caltle 3,200 calves 300; feeders strong to 50 higher feeder steers and steer calves choice thi 325-350 Ib 45 00-47.25: 350-650 Ib 35.00-45.50 fleshy 450-650 Ib 33.50-39.00; fleshy an partly fattened (150-1025 Ib 29.50-33.50 good thin 300-750 Ib 31.50-41.50; flesh 600-900 Ib 28.50-31.50; feeder heifers an heifer calvus choice 300-100 Ib not e tabllshed: thin 400-500 Ib 32.50-36.50; flesh 450-050 Ib 30.00-33.00; mixed good and choice 550-700 Ib 29.50-31.00. Hogs 2,800; barrows and gills steady to 25 higher; 1-2 190-230 Ib 24.50-75;. 190-215 Ib 34.75; 1-3 200-240. Ib 23 75-24.50; 2-3 210250 Ib 23.25-24.00; 240 Ib 24.25; 2-4 250-260 Ib 22.00-23.50; 3-4 260-310 Ib 20.25-27.25; sous steady to sttong; 1-3 330-400 Ib 19.0075; 2-3 400-600 Ib 18.00-19.25. Sheep 100; spring lambs steady; ewes s.o.s. The .fell«wlrn .uf*ty r»- mlndtr* «r» provided by tin Cltl«n» Action Council for ».f«ty. S L E E P O F F S E T S SLEEPINESS - The drowsy driver is courting death. He should pull ' off the road in some safe spot lor a short nap or stop for an eyeopener of coffee somewhere. Stock Market Closing Pricts NEW YOR K(AP)Jons Lau llVi-- 1 - Thursdays jelect-Kalier Al 32y.- T4 cd New York SlockKnncot «,.-' Exchange clo " M JiJJIl c« 35?t 4 pric * S: n n » cue Krcsge SS 38 - *i Admlra, °T ^{SS."* Sfe« Alcao Al 21V4-- Mi Tc.kh«d A 11W- ',fc Allied Ch 1» - W toat SOra 1» -U* Allied Sir 22 ---2 jj,^ go, mj_ ^ Allls Cnat IMS-- 1M LVO Cp 411-- V« Alcoa WK-- 2V. Macy RH 25Vi-- HI Am Hes»-20Wi-- H Mad fi 16V:-- 14 Am Airlln 23«+ tt Mtfnvox 2«t-- '» Am Brnds 32%-a s MaraUin 21V3-- Va Am Bdcst 20 -- Vi Mrcr Inc 4J«/4-- '.I Am Can 3Ki-l Mrtn M mr- li Am CyS8 19 -Hs McDnn D JMi Am Cyan 26 - % * «ck «""-?· Am ELP 25U JjMJf .. »$r » AMF n VF\ 14 MOOU Oil -Win AMet Cl 3Hj- M MOM11) 3,,,^ ,4 Am Smelt 2634- '» Mont DU ' TM''~ ' h Ampex 17»'»-- ?» N,f Cash 111V4 Anacond 251-:-- Vi Nat Distil 1«4-- "4 Armco Stl 21%-- V4 Nat Gyp« 18W+ Vi Armour 43 -1 2Vi Nat Uead SH Armst Ck 2fiV«-- Vi Nat Steel -37H- H All Rich 49%- % Nil*. MP Oft-- Ik Alias Corp 2?i-- % Nwst Arl 18 --Hi Avon Pd 141%+4Mi Nwt Bane 29 -- Vi Beat Kd» 27V- Vi Ocdd ^Pet 18!i- U )e«ch Air 9H- M olln * . ""- !* SffStSHSSF? Joeing 19*i-- «i E" JjSi i?"3 'i Doise Caj 53?i-2Vi j,Jc nr Hit Brist My 50Mi- "k j. sn Am WA BVi- V« Drunswk 12H+ 'i* prfce Dvs 17*4-- ^t Bncy Er IB'i-- 1« p nn Cent 15H-- 'i Budd Co 11 --1 pcnn Dlx 14?-- »i Burl Ind 35 a i~- Ti Pnnv JC 41 -- \t Burl Nor 33^4- » Pepsi Co 43 --lit Burghs 120 -rUi Pfl 7 cr 90 --1 Case JI 1014 Phelps D 4«»»- V« grsstssissji? telan Cp SB.- ', £'"'* TM"+ "· Ccrro Cp 2t»fc-- -li JTM G1 Jr.. ~ ,.* Ccrt-ld 1BV4-1'4 TMjk pl gljljij ST. JOSEPH (API - Cattle 700. calves 100; cows and bulls steady] utility and commercial cows 22 00-24.00; cancer and Colg Pal 364i-- U Safeway culler 20.00-2:1.00. MOO; barrows and unevenly traded on the New York Exchange. Glamor stocks were among the harder hit issues with IBM off 7^ at 267%; Polaroid, down 1 to 69'/4; Control Data, down 1V4 at Wh\ and Xerox down 1% lo 75%. Forest product slocks were down sharply, with Georgia Pa- steady lo ilronB, spots 25 hleher on u.s Cornl Solv 2314+1 U.S. 3-4 21KH80 Ibs 21.00-22.50; sows fully 1-3 300-GOO Ins IB.25-19 50. Sheep 25; not enough for an adequate price test. DENVER EGOS Inns ample. Prlci-s paid lor consumer jtrado eons]^ 811 delivered in Denver loose or in cartons] eluded: larse AA 29-33, mostly 30-31; me oLiiuiii ui £UWIII.M di ''"j|p U1 . cnase of ncw i ra ffl c s i gna ls|and International Paper off l'/e Colorado Springs Center; andt^ , . ,, f *,,,,,, , ,,,, J . D . Arehart, executive and also $20,000 for possible .. --- ,,. T ,, ·. , ^ I /\Urllil3OII IVIUIIIOI tdl VttapCl. d . it . / v t u l t i l l l , liAlXUllvi; \^ nt . n n e *Un O t « l l lion calling on the United Na- Inlerment H . m be in lhe E £ns director of the Stale Depart; P" r * ase . Onf . ^ .f 0 ' 1 supply Sen. Garnsey (Continued on Page 6 ) e n t o f L n c a l A f f r i r s . Transportation Committee. Gay Flowers Nod in Scars Of Protest on Campus at DU Avenue and lOtii Street. The city manager reported in conneclion with this last item lhal the city has talked lo the s t a l e highway department concerning re-designing the 23rd Avenuc-lOth Street intersection and had been advised bv the IrHlitutions Commillee and Water Committee. i I have served two years on DENVER (AP) - Flowers Tew Indav in Hie scars of pro- the 1 SVmer F^nT Parks .-ton^he University of Denver Committee, and the Agriculture and Livestock Committee. MACY -*- x T I I ~T**T* "jviy colleague s cu j iMt:ii uir A I I N i l I |to "represent the Senate! r\ L^ L- 1 ^ v_v t i ReDublieans on lne Advisory! M O R T U A R I E S campus. Roses and pclunias, planted by students, masked .some of the HAYWOOll Jlrs. Eunice Viola Hay- ·vvond of 12S Maple Street, "Eaton. Wife of Ernest W. Haywood. Mother of Beryl LaKoy Haywood of Parker, Colorado, Mrs. Erna Jean Watkins of Northglenn, Oeralrt Francis Hny- ·wood of Pierce, and Richard Wayne Haywood of the U.S. Armed Forces, Ft. Riley, Kansas. Sister of .Mrs. .Mania Keen of Canton, Oklahoma, R a l p h "U'anzer of Hitchcock, Oklahoma, and Earl Wan- zor or Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Services 2:00 p.m. Friday from the First Methodist Church of Katon. Rebekah services at the Eaton Cemetery by the Loyal Rebekah Lodge Mo. 70. Committee on Higher Education. I have "My colleague s deeled me pits lcft on the lush grccn Iawn j represent the Senatei| )y ca mpfires al a shanlylown Republicans on the Advisory | now twice-removed "'-- to the Commissioni The C0 mmune of shacks and tents and lean-tos, called Woodstock Nation West by its inhabitants, was gone. The National Guardsmen who saw to it that Woodstock Nalion was torn down were also, for the most part, gone. But lhe rifts it came to symbolize, with the university administration, with the war, were still there. 3cen a member of Sen. Fowler's Fiscal Policy Committee. 'If it is the wish of the Republican County Convention, I will be glad to seek re-election and will actively run for this office.". Garnsey four-year term as state senator from District No. 25, which covers all of Weld County except for a small area south and west of Greeley, in 1966 when he defeated Democrat John R. P. Wheeler of Greeley, then an incumbent stale representative, in the general election. Garnsey, 58, has resided here for over 50 years. He is a for- WINDSOR, COLORADO SCHILDK.VEOHT Wnltcr Schildknecht ot 114 2nd St., Windsor. Husband of Lydia fichlld- knecht of Windsor. Father of Miss Marian Krhild- Uiipcht of Windsor n n d Ito- licrt Schildknerht of Duena Vista, (.'oio. Also survived by 3 Krnndrhildrai. Services H n t u r d n y . 2 p.m. from Faith T i n i t n d Church of Christ, Windsor w i t h inter- m e n t r . a k c v i e w Cemetery in Windsor. was elected to a Six School Board, the Greeley Chamber of Commerce and the Colorado State Commerce. Chamber of Ask Resignation The DU Graduate Student Association demanded the resignation of Chancellor Maurice Mitchell for his "failure to communicate meaningfully with the students and faculty of this university and his inexcusable action in calling the National mer president of the District Guard with no real or potential threat of violence on the cam- mained on stand-by to deal with any possible atlempt to rebuild the shacks. Dozen Arrests A dozen young men were arrested during the day on disturbance charges, but there was no mass confrontation, because the 200 occupants of Woodstock Nation, warned ahead by sympathizers among the Guardsmen, vacated just before the troops marched onto the campus. Later, students planted ro.scs and petunias and other flowers, some of them preferred by members of the administration, in lhe pils left by Woodstock Nation campfires. On Monday, police came onto the campus while the commune was lorn down the first time. The protesters had ignored Mitchell's order to move the shacks and a court order forbidding disruplion. Thirty persons were arrested department that, for the best; cnan B e , P r 'ces of the most-ac-l»i»« ««« design, the Stoll property, which' 1 'TM stocks included: Milgo ' M - K '" at 29%. Other prices among the most- active issues on the Big Board were: Telex, up ';» to 14%; Lums Inc., down % at SVi; Occidental Petroleum, down Vt to American Telephone, down Vt to 45%; Crown Zelltr- bach, down 1 at 28ft; and Allan tic Richfield, off 1% at 47%. On the American Stock Ex DENVER (API--Market steady, prices unchanged: demand fair to Rood; oiler- :JF[ Sll 19^--1 Ches Ohio 50 -- I Chrysler 22'i-r I Cities Svc 3Wi-l Cocn Cola 70V* Coin Hyn Met Jtyn Tob Roy tut St J Mln Coltl Ga» 271!,-- .« St Rsi P 32»i- ' 23Vi-- '. 261 i- i 23'i- = SaKd Ind 22i-- 1 Schnlcy 20*3-- i --.. Edls 23»i- «i Schrini «9(i--1! Con Food 30l«- »i SCM Cp 14U+ I Cont Alrl 8'.- I, Stall Pr 26«-2l Cont Can C4 -114 A " S" 1 " ' Oil 22 -- ':. D 3M-- » Cowlts 41i-- = Crow Col 14 -- Pears H Shell Oil MH-f. Sou Cll E li - l Co 21H- Cnvn Xell 21Wi-m sihrn R n,._.l.. \ll n J l l l t H n. Sou Pjc 57Vi-- 'i Curtlss W 13 SprrJ , ,, _._. _,, Ind 331--li s( KnA 40»i--'.I Co 34 --l»i si oil Cal 40U+ «i (canons lurnish«i hy liuyrral, cn^-s In-ifTM' M "4' ~,.~ ," St Oil Ind 3Hi- »i "··'Sfn S r 15 *'-^ SI Oil NJ 51'.+ l'« Dillon Co 14 + in st pckEnt 3'i- i'» AA 25-29. mostly 25-26: U AA 13-18. moltly 13.15; large A 27.30, mostly 27-28; medium A 23-27, mostly 23-24; large D 12-14, mostly- 12-13. CHICAGO (Al!) -Chit-ago Mercantile Exchange--Butter steady; wholesale. buy- Ing prices unchanged; 93 score AA 69V4: A 69' 3 ; W H 674. ' ' rr" c t"adlt'r. uholpsale buylnp prices unchansed;.80 per cent or better grade A whites 31: mediums 24: standards 29] DENVER POTATOES DENVER (AIM-U.S rail shipments OX. Disney l2H4+3li suulf ch"2SWi+ n Dow Chm fi2a(.-- n stprl rj r) r 32ii,_2'li ,5S!'T 5» SldWrth 3«!i- U 107-44- l.j Swm p,, 2j^_ | 4 l«k+ 't Tkrtrnx 31H-rk fialat-- 1/4 Tldj-n 17 4- 'jj Eaton Ya »1»- !, T^, imil i i KIPaM N !Mx-- V* Texaco 24**-- i · Evani Pd « lt -l' v 4 TexG Sill 14', Flmtm 35H-- Kd Kr 151.-- Krd Mot 411-.-Kr SIcKsy 21 -- ' Krcepl SI 15t-- Krueh Cp 2G"i,--1 CAC Cp 24'lr- '" Thlokol R'a-- i " Tlmkcn 27 -- ^ '· Tdd Shp 22"-! 'i TOA 12'.- ' 11 Transmra 16 l a !a Tri Cont Z3U--1' ·« TRW Inc 25'i-- on the island at the inler-|Electronic, down »i to 25%; Eq- Colo. 6-14 sacks 3.50, Idaho fi-14 _ . _ 7.25; 50 Ib cartons 60-100 Colo. 4.25-4.50,! Ca Pac 6.75-|G TclEl u 7 00-1 Gen Tiro 24 -- 1l UnPc CP 34=4- ' 1414- '.. Uniroyal 14 -- 1 mostly 4.50; Idaho 4.50-4.75, mostly 4.75;:C-Htet 39 --ia« TjrU Cl Among the other public worksi-pi . p . capital improvements proposed Lt1iC9QO Ur3II1 for 1971 are $100,000 for the street overlay and seal coating! CHICAGO (AP) -- The nearby public works capital im-iMay wheat futures contract dc- prvements proposed for 1971! dined 3 cents a bushel on the are ?100,000 for the streetiChicago Board of Trade loday overlay and seal coating hut deferred options were not program, ?25,000 for matching funds for street improvement quite as weak. Soybeans and com advanced ldl Ilsyc 111 Cent HIM CARLOT DRESSED MEAT CHICAGO 1A1') -- (USDA) -- Steer nnd hcilcr hccf Meiuly ID 50 lower, cow beef steady, lamh and spring l . i m b j l n l llrv about sleady. Su-cr bt-«-f choice 500-700 Int Nick Ibs 47.50. 7110 BOO Ills 46.50. 1100-MO I b s i ' M PO.P 45.00-t.'i.50. Rood 500-fiflO Ibs 45.00-45.50, i l n t TT llnlstrin type 50Q-800 His 43.50-14,00; h e i f - j i Wst, El 61'1-1'» -- U Wyrhsr ^l fl i.-- =h -«V. Whte Mot 1B'» - ', + Vfc Wl»1h J7»i-- =i .m.-HXrax Cp 79 +2 2SK1-- 2 ZnUi H !7«i- M 39H- li Salfs 13.SM.MO. 23' - butt chniCP 500-700 Ibs 47.00, sood 500- J4.00-44.50; ' (AP)Fed Rsrcj 4'-j n _ ,._,,, NEW . . cow beef utilitvH Thursdiy's Klcct-Krntr Air 5 -- "i 40.00-44.0, bull ' beer 49.501 slecr «nil "^ Amcri TM" StockHiuky Oil 8'--- 1 718 heiler lores J30-210 Ibs 37.00. hci[cr !t -'"' hll "" :| ; prices: KMsr In 15'-- ii hinds 120-1VO Ibs 56.60i arm chucks iio""""" . I2!t 54 Mid Fnl in.-- j, Ibs down 36.50-37.00. . .Ark 1.C1. districts, $20,000 for a bridge on'1 cenls but P rofit 'a ki "g '""i- .. 4th Streel, and $30,000 for earth-lmed the corn rise. Oats alsoj"; work and paving on 20th Street between 23rd and 35th Avenues. Park projects include $32,000 for installation of sprinkler sys- lems at Lincoln and Luther Parks, $10,000 for a shelter house East Side Park, $15,000 Sprins lamb choice and prime 44-55 ! A s m r n °" Ills 58.50-60.00. 55-05 Ills 52.50; lamh :h olcejgj".,TM" 'JData Cont in that confrontation, and as ! for drives and general improve- soon as the police left the cam- ;mcntsa at ' sla , nd G , r °!, e Park; pus, Woodstock Nation was re- and $25.000 for landscaping, t u m sprinklers and other improvements at West Greeley Lake. Also included is $13,000 for Legal Battle (Continued From Page One) longs to the people of Colorado, not to the Denver Water Board, and once the customer turns on its tap, the city has no right to capture the water and use it again. And. they say, Denver's contract with Coors is illegal, and the court should terminate Some dissident students circulated a petition calling for Mitchell's ouster. Mitchell had said he felt the universily had its back (o the wall long before he asked Gov. John A. Ixjve to send in lhe National Guard Wednesday lo assist in clearing away the village for the second time in three days. Before he made the request, he said, there was "an incredible cycle of give and take, in- 1 Elementary School, tensive persuasions." During thel Precinct No. 7: Consists of it. various items at the m'unici P all hi S h e r . M f s ' 1 ' 30 '^ oat f were golf course, $10,000 for land U P * ^ ^ ". *nts_; .rye acquisition and other work (Continued From Page One) Elementary School. Precinct No. 6: Consists of those portions of General Election Precincts Nos. 5 and 9 within the district (areas east of the City of Greeley). Voting place will be East Memorial along the Poudre River, $22,000 for payment on the parking lot contracts, and $25,000 for im- negotiations with the protesters, Mitchell said, he found basis for agreement on four of their de- th;H portion of General Election precinct No. 16 within the dislricl (areas west of the City The contract has Denver put- mands, al! dealing with improv-|of Greeley). Voting place will MONUMENTS and MARKERS! ting water in lhe South Platteiing education, for Coors. Coors uses water' from Clear Creek at its Golden Brewery, which would eventually flow into the river for | be Greeley West High School. e 45-55 Ihs 58.00-57.00, 55-65 I l52.00-52.50. 65-75 Ibs 47.50. were hi _)gher, bul rye prices declined. Trade was aclive and mixed from the opening belli in the major pils. Inclement weather of several days duration row, now, was a factor in the of corn, oats and soybeans lures. Late in the session, ho\v-;J^ ·-- -- --' i -- i ? Scurry Rnl4i.i-- i.... 10li S.xntex 27'i-l». 0^-- U Tchnco lOs^-Ui 4 I- UWn MIC 6'i-i- 1. S*i-- !« Optn Hlflh LAW Closi Close LIVE BEEF CATTLE 30.35 30.62 30,35 30.45 30.45 Jtin Aus . . , . . . , ., ,,_ ,, 30.70 30.92 30.70 30.S7 30.75 IrtdCX 41.37 Off 0 62 . . . . 30.SH 30.45 30.17 30.42 30.25 J9.HS 30.10 29.»0 3000 21 92 2(1.95 29.95 29.92 YORK ( A P ) _ New Stock Exchange closindex: Market off 50 cents I n d u s t r i a l l n Q U S l n a l n f r n cc Oil 0.65 ever, oats and corn fell back. A.T THE CLOSE. Wheat futures were down nearly 3 cents. May 1.45'A; corn was li cent was around 14 lower, May 1.06, and soybeans were up around 1 cent, May 2.65 l 5a. CHICAGO (AP) - Thursday: Sales: June 1.174; AUK 1.126; Oct 312; Dec 175; Feb 10; April 0: .lune'71, 0. FROZEN PORK BELLIES May 43.15 43.40 43.00 43.07 43.30 Jul 42.50 42.72 42.22 42.67 42.40 AIIK 39.95 40.35 39.92 40.22 40.20 Feb 34.85 35.40 34.B5 35.40 35 10 Mar 35.10 M5.30 35.10 U35.30 35.00 Kales: May 2.044; July 4.239; Aufi 1,523; Fob 229: March 16. Open interest: May 1.BOI; July 9,139; Au« 5,208; Keb 807; March 159. b -Bid; B--Offered: n-Nominal. a.raiTransportation 29.43 off 0.62 raltoiUtility 35.38 off 0.39 ~ 2 ;lFii provemcnts at Linn Grove; -Cemetery. Strike Slows Attendance At CU Classes KANSAS C1TV (API -- Wheat 90 cars; Pro,, I'nchfinced (o g2 higher; No. 2 hard and r l c v ',dark hard 1.40.1.6S!'. n; N'o. 3 1.1B-1.6SUn High LOW.-. ClOSe.. Close jNo. 2 red wheat 1.40-1.4Hi n: No. 3, 1.38- Wheai | Corn, 86 cars; Unchanged; No. 2 white May Jul ISep | Dec i M a r 1 4fl'/i 1 4S"j 1 4514 1 4R%-1.65-1.80 n; No. 3, 1,33-1.79 n; No. 2 ycl 1.1UM X.1U "1 J.-IiJ/i J.TU/a , - m lvn^ ,-j,l/.. M« 1 , inl'. 1.36% 1.35'-a 1.35'/4 1.36V4' °Oats.1iomi; i,i'hiKhcr?'No. i'whi'tc 66li 761/1 n. Milo maize 1.92-1.97 n Hye !I9 1 ,-J-1.05 I /H n Harley 90-98 r. Soybeans 2.59V4-2.72 n Sacked bran 45.504f,.25 Sacked shorts 42.00-42.7S Wheal fulurcs closed from '.i lone Vi hlsher. Wheat futures: 1.38% 1.37% 1.37% 1.38'/4 1.43'A 1.42'/4 1.42'/2 1.43'/i 1.45'/4 1.44'Xi 1.44% 1.45 Corn i M a y 1.30% 1.29 : U 1.30'A 1.2!)Vi i j u l 1.30 1.29% 1.29% 1.29% inance 54.73 off 0.98 Over-Counter Stocks (Corrected to May H) Bid Asked Monfort 77, 014 Geriatrics Bayly Mfg. Hewlet-Packard Itel 6% 18 up T's up}'. CHICAGO (AP) _ Future* tr.dins on the Chicago Mercantile EjicJunie Thurs- 1514 33% 9% Open High Low CI43M Ctolt LIVE BEEF CATTLE ·Inn 30.45 30.45 30.15 30.20 3041 Alls 30.75 30.85 30.35 30 35 30 87 30.25 30.35 29.95 29.95 3042 "ec 29.85 » 95 59.72 29.80 30.00 | Fell 2.1.B7 29.90 29.71 29.75, 2992 to | A f r 29.75 29.75 29.75 29.75 r.29.90 Jim n20 M / I A fifth asking fnr a perma- 1 Johansen said any voter .. ^ nwit conimune on the campus.iwishing to vole will be rcqiiircdlCnlorado, a spokesman ISep 1.28 1.27% 1.27',i 1.27'Xi 1 ,,^ BOULDER (AP)-Thestudenl.Dec 1.22V4 1.21% 1.21 Vi 1.21',i|j.liy strike has begun to cripple at-!Mar l.26 : :a 1.26 1.26 l.ZS^IS? townstream use. Denver to offset Mitchell said was "simply intolerable to the universily com- Coors pays'munity." the amount. More than Quality Workmanship Open All Day Saturdays GREELEY MONUMENT WORKS, Inc. Ralph Kollister John Oniton 1015 7th Ave. S52-1S07 (Downtown--Over 50 Yeart) ICoors uses by pulling in West- 'ern Slope water after its been' run through the Denver sewers. If lhe case should eventually he decided in Denver's favor, means the city could -- if 1.000 Guardsmen, most of them with unloaded rifles, moved quickly onto the campus early Wednesday, surrounded (he village with bayonet-fixed rifles and guarded the area while Woodstock Nalion tendance at the Universily ofl Oats said'May jJul Open ... I.:i7'.i .. 1.31 .. 1.33'i .- Ulili High Low 1.37'.i 1.3,6' » ______ 1.,11'H I.M»» U U i ' M a y 1.3;t.'i 1.33'ti 1.33 ; !:. Jul I im - - - .sn.no n20 M | Sales: June 1.554; Aug 2.070: Oct 485; Closei Dec 176: Feb 34; April 2; .lunc'71. 0. 1.3lPi F R O Z E N PORK BELLIES . 1.3n-.,|Aug lo give his name and address]Wednesday, lo one of the judges at Ihei It was estimated thai among polling place. Also, under a! the 11.000 students in the Col- requiremenl d i f f c r e n l thanllcge of Arts and Sciences at- previous elections, the electors will be ri'(|uircd lo sign an af- fidavil floclaring his right to vole. White paper will be used for property laxpaying electors, and yellow paper will be used for non-ta\paying electors. lendfflice was 20 lo 30 per cent of normal in many classes Wednesday. More nearly normal attendance was reported by other elements of the university. Many of those students stay- Sep Dec Rye May .67% .67 .Ii4?s .64'.4 m .6214 .65',2 .65','s .67 .64'.-i .62',! .65 '/4 Sep 1.06 1.05 1.06 1.08V4 1.07'/2 1.08 1.11'/4 l.ll'/4 1.11V .66 .64 .62 .64ii .106 1.08% l.llVi Soybeans May Dec 2.66','a 2.65-H 2.65% 2:65 1.12% 1.12 1.12% 1.12% Economically feasible, reproc-jwas torn down. for non-ta\paying electors. Many of those sludcnts stay- Soybeans ess and recycle vast amounts] \ V i l h i n t h r c e h o i i r s . 1 h e s h a c k s Both properly taxpaying elcc-jing away from classes havejMay of \\alcr lor industrial, irripa-'worc tinnc and lhe Guardsmenllors and non-property taxpayingibeen attending seminars and Jul lion and other uses, and sell the were gone. By Wednesday eve-1 electors will lie eligible to vote, workshops. In some cases in-jAug iwaliir il has used once. niiij!. nmsl of the activated J i n Ilic rlcclinn. as provided slnidors arc allowing sludents Scp . .Guardsmm had been released;under a set of bills voted i n t o ( l o write papers on what IheyjN'nv TiONN Lufthansa has a d i - ' f r n m duly. Two hundred men,Maw by the State. Legislature;are learninn outside of class inj.Jan reel flight lo Mexico City. armed wi'h iinirf.idcd rifles, re- this ye;,-r. lieu of final examinations. Mar 2.6fi'/fl 2.65% 2.65% 2,65 2.6K'e 2.67'-4 2.68'/4 2.67V 2.155'i 2.C4V2 2.65',4 2.64 s !, 2.60^8 2.59 7/ R 2.60 3 ,i 2.5n s 2.58 2.56-"^ 2.58 2.56V4'' 2.fi2'.4 2.61 U 2.62 2.61 , 2.M 2.65 2.66 ,2.fi4 7 «: Cash Grain Market CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No 2 hard yellow 1.48 n /4n; No 2 soft red MB'/in. Corn No 2 yellow 1.34; No 3 yellow 1.32. Oats No 2 oxtra heavy while.Jin. Soybeans No 1 yellow 2.69n. Soybean oil 10.52n. Local Market (Corrected to May 14) Pinto Beans $9.75 Wheat 1.12 Oals 2,20 Barley .. 2.00 LIES 43.20 43.30 41.65 41 65 43.07 42.65 42.67 41.12 41.12 42 R7 40.20 40.22 38.75 39.00 40.21 '···ii 35.17 35.35 34.25 34.8(1 3340 .Mar 35.17 35.17 34.50 tl.15.75 M5.30 Salim: May 719; July 4.476; Aug 1,756; Fell 235; March 8. "pen Interest: May 1.569; July 9,137; Ao« 5,199: l-'eb 843; March 171. li--Bid; a--Offered; n--Nominal. NKW YORK (AP) -- Poiato futures: Maine closed 1 to 3 cents lower. Sale* 328 contracts. Mar Mnr Apr May Hlih J.46 2.77 2.98 3.49 Lew CIOM 2.44 2.44 2.73 2.74 2.05 2.95 3.47 3 47 KANSAS CITY (AM - Wheat 74 carsi lower to 'i hipher: No. t hard and dark hard 1.42-1.54'/«; No. 3, l.syU-l.fili/i; .\o. 2 red wheat 1.39 3 -i-1.40l4 n; No 3. l.37»i.l.391.'. n. Corn fifi rar: Vnch*nir«1 to 4 hifhfr: No. 2 while 1.70: No 3, 1.33-1.79 n: No 3 \ollow fc mixed 1.20-1.331.^ n: No 3, 1 Ji. 1.321, n . Oats, none: I'nchanffd to V» higheri No. 2 while fKV7fi 4 ": No. J, Ml-;j!4 n. Milo maire 1.97 H.\e W-l.ori o

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