Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 10, 1957 · Page 38
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Real tita 48 BELAIR homes--:·]! ot it* J«£ k \V«I lot /our hew ID B*i Air fuk IJ3* llubiiad fid PK illt New 2 Bedroom BRICK HOME : Annrhed Gftra;e ?9000 BILL ELLIOTT. UflLDER Pnone J99SJ STAN SMITH" Aeency 303 10th Avc. Ph. 68G *·.! Eit*ta 41 C'MON ALONG and listen lo Hie story ol a Kootl buy! It's a piiu-e [1,'ai i m5 bedrooms two and a school that's dose by, W-W i-arpei nnd draperies, loo. fl e u 1 ] y lolke, it's a swell buy. I'M ALL SHOOK up about Llils nice two bM- rooin lioino. West sldo ]ota= lion, drapes niul W-W carpet, Nice size lot. Have a look. YOU TELL ME your drciuti, I'll show you ft three bedroom drcinn house you can buy fnr u small down payment nnd RYi icnns on balance. L. V. Moore, Ph. 3303R . Larry Wallace, Ph. -I079W Bess H. Day. Ph. 3395U, . MOORE REALTY i% Realtor -fr 1506 8th Ave. Ph. 5280 OWNEU TRANSFERRED 2427 14th Ave. Court. 5 room home, knotty pine BR in basement, separiy.o dining room, carpeted, $2,1)00 doiv;i will handle. HOUSEWIFE'S DREAM 2127 Glen Fair Drive, built with you in mind. All the conveniences yon desire. /TradlnE up. Investigate beloie you buy. TWO (2) FIREPLACES Maplewood Area. You must RO thru this 4 BR to realize this wonderful buy at $13.500. Let us show you 'this 1400 sq. ft. home today. RETIRED FOLKS 606 2Jrd Avenue gives you com- iortable, quiet living. 2 BR. full basement, garage. Priced right! . ..SALESMEN Frank Moore, Res. Ph. ISO Roy Galloway. Res. Ph. 963-R Dan King, Res. Ph. 2803W- on 220V 8th Ave. 2 bdrm. home "with' ?50 month income from hsmt apt. Call Helen Williams 651; Res. 1236. $16.00 PER'MO. Is all you pay out o[ your own pocket to llvo in this nice well located 2 bdrm. home for the basement apt. brings in $60 per mo., payments ?7G. Down payment $2800. Full price $10,800. Call Gilbert Danley 551; lies. 2849J. ?60 INCOME Is this near new 2 bdrm. home in Arlington. A 1 dandy bsmt. apt. Will almost' pay tor the home. Reduced price. C a l l Sarah Carbaugh 551; R e s . 3521R. 4 BEDROOMS Lovely 5 room brick n e n r Maplewood school. 2 bedrooms, bath and recreation room in basement. See this, reasonable offer considered. Call Helen Williams 551; Res. 1236. $1000 DOWN Two bdrm. home. S years old. Kitchen dining space. Nice fenced yard. Call Sarah Carbaugh 551; Res. 3521R. SMALL TRACT wiht large modern home. Floor area nearly 1400 aq. ft. Net income from poultry $"5 mo. Full price fO.nOfl. Owner will help finance. Call Gilbert Danley 551; Res. 2P4DJ. FOR SALE Business building with Iliad square ft. 0( floor snare on West llth SI. Rented. Will give possession in 60 dnys. Call P. J. Sloll 551; Hes. 193411. S335 MO. INCOME from 5 unit apl. W a l k l U K distance frnm business e»ct;or.. Good buy for ?,10,000.nn or will trade. Call II. S. McCune 551; Res. SiSGYV. 180 A. rnnr Ln Snlle. All in Sprinj; crop Fair Improvements. One nf the better farms. Price f.10 CM 00. Call H. E. McCunc 651; Res. 53S6W. MEMBER OF LISTING EXCHANGE P. J. STOLL Real Estate Loan Broker I 2305 lOlh Street F" Phone 551 or 129 83 ACRES I"~ Ml. B. Ollcrpjf. 7J acres planted, excellent water. Reservoir on Properly. Attractive modern 4-bdrni. home, g o o d lo Veil. " ~" Bishop-Perry Go. Realtor RM! Eftvtf 41 FOR SALT-- W*U built t Udro bouio. Full buwtfil iod tlUe tariET. Gw-J bar, 'T!1 TMh A Fh. 4U7W. FOB SALE--Two CMlroaa OUH. t- ueh«d tftnce. Urt* knoity vlnt klubco. wall to nil etrprtlBi. *u- uaatic waAber, CBJBU* «B|K«kL 4^ p*r «nt loan, till lllh Aie. C^lrl. Ph, IKIB. 1751 California Si. Al. S-461S IJeuver, Colorado WHEELER AGENCY, ^ Realtor -fa 809 nth St. Phone 2195 INCOME Invest wisely. Save your money liy building equ.iy In this nice A bedroom home located at J12l ISth Sireot. Full semi- finished basement can be used for apartment, rentals tc help you will, your payments. OWNER LEAVING TOWN Almost new brick home with 3 bedrooms and large r o o m s throughout. Reasonably priced for home with full basement und large roofed patio. See this one at 1335 26th Street Rum], ARE YOUR RENTAL RECEIPTS PILING UP? Invest, build equity! Consider saving instead o| wasting. Seo this 2-3 bedroom liome at 2551 IGth Avenue Court. Purchase price includes w-w car- poliug. ui~Si.cs. plastic nwnlngs, and automatic washer. Beautl fully landscaped. HILLSIDE ADDITION NEW SHOW HOUSES 2601-2611 llth Ave. OPEN DAILY 2 to 8 - Sales Agents WHEELER AGENCY, INC. -fa Realtors -fa 809 9th St. ' Phone 2195 M. M. CARPENTER 1644 8th Ave. Ph. 3011 Apartment houee near college. Income $200 per month when fully occupied. Price right with reasonable down pftymefft. One of Greeley's EineT homes; 2000 sq. It. door space. Nearly new. Built lor better living. Owner leaving Greeley. Let us Bhow you this lovely home. I Newer 2 bedrm. home near hos- Thls other home la a good buy I P"»'- Attached plastered f^- for someone. 3 bedrooms, large rage. Lovely lawn. For sale or living and dining rooms, and playroom for children. Largo glassed-in front porch and full basement. For 511,000.00 you can't go wrong.' Drive by 615 ISth Street and see this one. This 2 bedroom home at 2307 6tu Avenue for $10,500.00 will appeal to you. House has full basement and attached garage. Carpeting and storm windows are included in price. Salesmen Les Dauth. 1095-J Merle UcN'ulty. 2654 J Jack Schreiber. 2133 Ramon Moore. 981 Max James, 2043-1 trade for Denver property. 1430 5th St. * rm., 2 bedrm., large garage: w to vv- carpet, linoleum/ kitchen range included. $1000 down will handle. 160 A. farm for Bale or trade for city properly. Other farms and businesses of various prices. I^et us help you fill your needs. M. M. Carpenter, 3011-23*0 E. E. CM, 2977R Henry Bender. 4427R MEMBER OF GREELEY LISTING EXCHANGE Fdrm Equipment 50 Farm Equipment 50 HAYING TIME IS HERE! See the New Oliver No. 60 Baler Now on display, with PTO or enp;ine. Rtol Eiloll 4 8 1 Uitd Con «nd Trucki 51 Papec Harvester 32-A, ·with pickup or direct cut CHEAPER IN PRICE -- LARGE CAPACITY " Compare It With Other Models Brady and Opel forage harvesters Sinner's Weeders Oliver Twine Hay Baler with PTO Irrigation Equipment of AUTypes , Good selection ot used mowers. Two two-row corn cultivators lor International tractor. · Five good used Farmhands. Excellent selection of good used mowerfl. One Oliver CO twine baler with motor. Guaranteed'like new. Priced right. Mammons' Implement Co. 717 6l,h Street Phone 138 Make Crop-Saving Windrows . . . . with this all new McCORMICK NO. 163 . with self-propelled windrower. See how its low-angle, center-delivery platform ft Handles your crop positively ·* ·£r Builds uniform wlndrowE. -T.V Makes clean pick-up ea§y Heavy fluty mower guards and mower type sickle for handling the toughest of hay. BALERS 45 "T" or 55 "T" or "W" with 8 bales of twine FREE with your purchase of new baler. Let's trade! GREEN HAY CHOPPERS 20 "C" Internationa] with mower bar attachment. This machine is unexcelled. Geh! chopper with mower bar attachment. IV YOU CHOP FItOM WINDROW, PICKUP ATTACHMENTS FOR THESE MACHINES ARE AVAILABLE. The Gehl Green Crop Feeder Is the best, it a very attractive price. SEE IT TODAY! Come see the new No. 15 International Parallel Bar Siderake Ellis Capp Equipment Your International Harvester Dealer FOK SALE- Wei) improt« fc-«cm ·.r-m Trrro. ClcM LA Ph U31J . , mpletely fur.iL.hftl. Ph. 43tT »ftf_r_fi p.m. -lor fcp[AiDlininL 0 1L .**»· ina riy tint* M»J i, Btdiuti Eln.w Bldr Pb 114 Horn* *MO FOK S A L C - I 9 I 9 MPFP. ··. nr«p Good traDipo/uUoD. Pb. 1091U. FOR SALK^-IS50 For* (ordii. Welhr * '-" ' MbDQll'; A K^-! '~an « i l b mole lk»n uupJ« sternly OB new proptni fh Ealon WJW FOR BALE'by ownrri Two ^e^^oom hoae, Hr»L floor romplelrlv carpet- «U- Kiuikavd ba«*iirui uiih rcrrea. lloc ruum. bedroom inl half bslb Laundry room cun^ertj in kitrhrn. in barb«viH- boown L)r aiiivkblniclil. rh. 161E. I'vil U U I C K CU«UHU Super turdup. iuM uiiic^e. ILko *BC». S»erllic». KOK Sf\LE^-19aO PootUe Z door ··- din Low nUrkce. ndio tod hutcr Tit 1SFKW. £031 Ctfa An r6k~~SAl.k"-- l?50 Chrj-.l«r 4-door trtl»B Gkiod cuaditlon. C»jd Urn. New 3 Bedroom BRICK HOME 212J 13th St. DILL ELLIOTT. JHJ1LUKR 1'hune 299SJ Farm Equipment SO FOR SALK-1' (u r-ull bine. Ph. »11W. new and ian) Lruckm ·MS] iih AVI. J'h. 1ESSW. 4-k»r. KOR f A L K -- 1 9 3 6 Quick Special Z-dr. n I031M FOR SALK--'61 riymoulh eluh coupe. Good condition. Will consider · uy jt^oii-blc tjfrcr. rh. or ^M'.e UMTKIIIi;.- iu.r.nleeo II =».. 17.65 txrhnocc. Itcb-jill icntrkton · nd f.urlers. Used radltlors llao cleanini aud repalrlu U OPO or i-jic.mob.il rrpairinc Cooa aui prices John Thompson's Game. ilr«s. · · r i 0 n f lliea R*sion*bU 601 EH Art. Pn IU1. WE BUY, SELL AND TRADE USED CARS AT Ninth Street Motors AL PURDY Seasonal Equipment Cultivator Tools. M-M and Planter, Jr. mD 9ll , Sli _ Greeley Ph. 101 Gauge Wheels for All Cul-! tivators. Each $11.75. i ^ Cuslom .,,,,,,.. ,, ordorp Three-point h i t c h and ! vs «" d overdrive. Radio hrnt- front mounted cultiva-1 "'· "TM M lw °- t "" e " a ""' ''' tors." Mowers, three-point hitch and trail type. M-M Side Delivery Rakes. Mori-ill Wheel-Type Side Delivery Hakes. M-M Windrowers and Hay Balers. COMBINING SEASON is not far off. See us for new or used com- bines'or for an overhaul on your old one. R E Y N O L D S Farm Equipment East 18th St. Phone 1053 Used Cars and Trucks FOR SALE--Nice '40 Super Buick, V-B motor, power brakes. 31L 13th Ave. shurp. Lowest milenge. '.in Chevrolet Sport Coupe. Fully equipped. Like new. 'GG Ford Country Sedan Fordor. Autoni-Lillc transmission, radio, healer, s a f e l y equipment, whilewalls. A nice wagon. 'S5 Ford Tudor Ranch Wagon. Radio, heater, whilewall tires, lully equipped. 55 Buict Special 2-Door. Automatic transmission. A very clean car, lowjnlleage. '54 Ford VS Tudor. A local car. Very low mileage. '54 Ford Custom Fordor, valve- in-head six and overdrive. An economy wagon. '53 Ford V8 Fordor. A special! TWO NICE 1951 Ford V8s, Fordor and Tudor, Radios, heaters, very clean care. Local owners. Automatic drive. ANYTHING FROM A '48 THRU '54. SOME OF THE CLEANEST C A R S IN TOWN. A Used BUICK Offers 1 More Performance ' More Owner Satisfaction More Economy Our Prices are Low We Sell the USED CARS with the New Car Guarantee Used Car Lot -- 815 llth Street Weld County Garage BUICK PONTIAC CMC ONE YEAR FULL GUARANTEE Absolutely No Gimmicks Don't Buy Any Used Car Until You Have Investigated This 100% One Year Warranty McARTHUR-WHEELER Your Oldsmobile-Cadillac Dealer 811 7th St: Phone 399 430 8th Ave. USED CAR LOT Phone 800 608 8th Avcnua Phone 1346 "A-l" USED CARS '50 POXTIAC 2-Door Sedan. Radio, heater, hydra- matic. Good transportation. '50 OLDSMOBILE "98" 4-Door Sedan. Radio, heater, hydramatic. A sound car. '53 CHEVROLET BelAir 4-Door Sedan. Radio, heat\ er, extra clean. '53 FORD Customline Tudor. Radio, heater, Fordo- matic, Sharp! '55 FORD Fairlane Town Sedan. Radio, heater, Fordo- matic. Highly desirable. Garnsey and Wheeler Your FORD Dealer 715 llth Street Phone 220 CALL THESE SALES REPRESENTATIVES A N Y T I M E Harry H u l l , 237bR -- Carroll H a r k , 03U2 - Lew Kills, 335 Clarence "Swede" Swanson, HUM - .lira Gardner, 17B3NJ Mike finch, 2861NR UM4 C«n »4 Track* SI CLOSING OUT U I F Monday, June 10, 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 19 Uild Con and Trucki SI FOB SALC-1U1 OK. IB. Ill Ina 6!. Ph. 1U. Houn d Auto Tlailcn 53 MARKETS PRICES RIGHT Sold property, everything must KO by June 21st. ·'48 Chcv. 2 Ton '50 Chev. 2 Ton '52 Ford 1 Ton '48 IHC KB8 '42 Ford V f . Ton *54 Dodge 2 Ton '51 Chcv. Suburban '50 Mercury 2 Dr. '49 Ford 2 Dr. Haney's Used Cars Ault, Colo. FOR SALT.-: «t«l t.-»U«i. Ul. ,t.J ,-,.,,,h[jun. T.S J.eUoB Shi. FOH SALK--9 ft. trailer, \trr food OAMFTNlTTraikr. Sleeps [cur. Sn ·for S:M. !«S lllh Ave. 1106. r'OH SALE--9! f u Klf»r. romi'ltirlr modern, carpntd. Kilra nice 11600. Coniraeion g o I n 2 hom«, Htun'i Trailer Park, Kvani. ELLIS MOTOR AND TRAILER SALES 2329 So. Sib Ave. Fb. 6164 Large selection new and used trailerfl. Trailer luppllGB. MEED HELP? Classification '10' or '11' Uied Can and Tnjckj 51 OK'D USED CARS '57 Ford Fairlane '56 Ford Sedan. Low mileage. Custom Tudor. '55 Ford- '56 Chevrolet - ' Fordor Sedan. BelAir Sport Coupe. '56 Chevrolet '55 Buick - BelAir Sport Sedan. Super Riviera. '56 Chevrolet '54 Mercury 2-Dooi. Sedan. '55 Mercury '52 Buick Monterey. 2-Door. '56 Plymouth '52 Studebaker 4-Door Sedan. 2-Door Hardtop, OPEN EVENINGS Edwards Chevrolet Co. ' USED CAR LOT 1310 Eighth Avenue -- Phone 932 SEE WICKLAND MOTORS FOR CLEAN USED CARS 1955 Plymouth Belvedere V-8 4-Door Station Wagon. Pow- erflite Trans. Radio, heater, two tone finish. Very low mileage. 1955 - Plymouth Belvedere V-8 Hardtop. Overdrive, radio, heater, Sportone finish. One owner. Drive it today. 1953 . Mercury 4-Door. Radio, healer, Merc-0-Matic. WSW tires. A clean car. 1952 Rambler Custom Club. Overdrive. Radio, heater, WSW tires. 27,000 miles. 1952 Plymouth 4-Door. Radio, heater, grey finish. A special at $395. PAYMENTS TO SUIT YOU! Lifetime Warranty WICKLAND MOTORS Chrysler-Plymouth 404 8th Avc. Used Car Dept, Tel. 1352 ' 817 7th Street New Car Dept, Tel. 2945 DENVER POTATOES Tolil U. 5. ihlpmenti Friday 1,198. Saturday 762, .Sunday 56: Colorado F r i d a y JOIarrired Calif B, Cola 3. Idaho 1; unloaded I: diverted 4; on track G; truck* Ariz ]J, Calif 11. Colo 1. Market on news Stronger, oldi ctefidy; 100 Ib neks U. 6. No 1 aiu f. unleti oLherwlie staled: Colorado red McClurei wuhed 2W-2Vi In mln 2.00-11.0; Colo rut- i U. S. No 1 4 01 mln f i l r condition 3.M; new Arlj round redi U. S. No · In mln 3.25-3.M; Ion; whitei U. 5. No I £!·« A CaUf 3-75, Air- 3 M. pricri u n r h a n u r d ; 65 p*r ce Ltrr A while 29', 1 ); mixed 23 : ns 27: F t n n d a r d 2J5: dlrilei 25 25; current receipt* 26'A, Wall Street K V E I LIVESTOCK HOBS 7W: Slow lad uneven; bamvi nd |dla deady: ftdtta steady W W lo**ri U. S. So 1-3 jrade 1W-IM Ua J.75; mixed grade sows 350-550 Ib* SO-17.7S. berp 1.200: Slauihttr sprlaf limbf suy iteidy: choice tod prirae K Ib Lives 1J.50; olJ crop Iambi scarce: ewes ady; cull and utility slaughter cv.es 50: fUMi and choice feeder spricj c'atlle 5.500: Fed steers steady Ifl » hen [rd hellers uatveo. steady to 2) her; cows about Head) 1 : bulU slrorut: *kers and feeders ileady; high good low choice led heifers 800-9M Ibs 22.0015: uiillly cows 15 00-16 M: chok« round no Ib leedrr Heen MOO. Calves 1M: Slj-JSb'.rr classes steady: cod .Dd choice vealers SO.M-23.OOi food nd choice ilauihter calves 1B.00-2.001 act calvei scarce. i bcih TAHA LIVESTOCK « 9.AOO: Sie*dy to 25 lower on tchcri and iowi; mlicd U. fi, No 1-1 ide butchen 190-140 Ibi 20.Z5-3050: sowi mixed sride 400 Ibi tod dowa 16.M-1B.W. Caule H.500; calvei 300: Fed BCem riidy lo M hlihrr; ltd heiirri firm to hJihen cows and bulli Jltady; vtileri a ret hteady; feeders iteadyi fctdtn *ai; priinfr 1259 Ib fed iteerc 25.00; sjority chokt iteen 31.75-23.30; cholci " f 21.50-M.OO; cnnn.rrs and ruttrrf .00-13.73; lew choice vealera to 24.00. Sheep 4,000: Market alow; load mojtlf hoke B4 Ib No 1 pelt ihorn lambs 25 wer v. 19.00; ihora ilaufihter ewei e«dy 3.00-7.00. AN3AS CITY LIVESTOCK Cattle 7.500: calvei 600; light »[ e en eadyi heavy iluen Weak ta 25 lowerl elfers and mixed yearllngc iieady; cows ow, 13-50 lower; bulli steady; aiotken nd freden high Eood and choice grades endy; good ID low ctiolce fed cteeri .50-23.25; choice belle rs 23.25; cou-« 3.75-15.30; canncra and cullers 10.253.25; uUUty and commercial bulli 16.007.00; medium and Eod stoclcer and ffed- r siecrs 18.00-2L.50. Hum 5,500; steiily to 35 lower; U. 8. o 1-3 200-250 Ih barrowc and gills 19.50- O.WJ; mostly No 1 and 2 200-215 Ib IWfl 15.SO-17.25. Sheep 4,300. No I enough done la estab- ih market. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK e prices were generally iteady Moo- Several loti of No. 1 and 2 200 to 30 pound bulchen sold at 20.50 la 20.75. lie top. Most EOWS broucht 15.25 to 723. Receipt! were 8,500. Steers and fieUerE were ilcady to 50 Lieher. Cowi. bulls and vealon wera teady to ilronc. Prime 1JOO to 1,300 pound Blcers sold nl 26.75 to 27.25. the op. Receipts were 2,000 cattle. 300 cilvei. Good and choice old crop lambs and vearllncs sold at 20.00 to 21.00, Receipt! were 2,000. LOS ANGELEB CatUe 4.BSO. Steers nnd helfen fully steady; good and choice Blcers 900-1100 Ib 22.00-23.25: good hellers 11,50: cowa steady; canneri and cutlcri 10.30-I3.75| utility and commercial bulls · 19.50-19 OOi little dODo on btOo^i-a and ieenen Calves 673. Slaughter calves opening steady; early tales good and choice 450 Ib down 2000-22.30. HOIJB 850. Steady: early top 11.751 mixed No. 1-2-3 barrowi and gllta ISOMO Ib 20.50-21.50; few B owi B tron S to M hjgher 15.50-17.30. Sheep 723. Utility Blauehler ewes No. 1-2 pelt 117 Ib fully steady at 5.50| alauchter lambs . n o t established. NEW YOBK DRESSED lilEAT Compared with Thursday: steer beef weak to 50 lower, cow beef, veal and calt steady; spring lamb steady to mostly I.M higher, old crop lamb moat 1.002.00 higher. Compared with Monday, · week previous: Steer beef steady -to 1.00 lower- cows beef unchanged; calf steady lo 1 00 of; veal unevenly J.oo lower to J 00 higher; apring lamb steady to 1.00 higher, old crop Iamb moslly 1.00-2.00 higher; prime ileer carcasses' GOO lo 800 inVji 3 ^ 0 " 45 -^ cholce 6t)0 to fl(W lb » ' 39.0-4LOO; prime veal 90 to 12 Ibs 43.004.00; choice and prime old crop lamb TM choice slerr hlndquarterj , M.OO-SfOO; arm chudu Chicago Grain CHICAGO W -- A rally got underway in grain futures on (he Board of Trade Monday on news .hat President Eisenhower had been stricken with an "upset atom- ach." After gains of a cent or more, prices receded on profit taking. Authorities said thinking seemed ,o be that, with Democrats in power in- Congress, higher price supports could result if the President should be ill for some time.- CnlCAGO GBAIN TABLE High WHEAT (old) July Z.03V1 aeptember -December .. ._ WHEAT (new) July September -December March COBN July September December March May OATS July September . . 2.06 . 2.1H4 . 2.03U . 2.06V. . 1.22'A L26M 1-29 December -March nYE July September -December March May SOYBEANS July September -November -January March _. LAHD July .. September -October November December _ .68 - .69*1 LIT LIB . 1.22V. 1.25 V. 1.2!V 2.34V* 2.Z6V 2.22 . 13.10 13.10 . 12.97 2.02U 2.05% 2.10'A 2.11H 2.0714 1.2614 l-27'.i 1.21V* 1.25V. 1.2BH .64 i67 .69 1.14V4 l.lCi.i 1.2014 1.24",i 1-2U4 1.12V, 2.25H 2.20H 2.13111 2.26ft 12.92 13.20 12.77 1.25V. 1.2BU 13.25 13.22 J 1SH 1.17 1.2 1 It 1.2U4 1.2114 2.33 1.ZSW Z.20H 2.24'.i 2.27 12.92 . 13.22 12.82 12.03 13.1 CHICAGO CASH CHAIN Wheat: none: barley, none; com. No 1 yellow 1-32W- 1 !*; No 2 1.321i; soy beans, none; oats No 1 nhlte 72. Barley nominal; malting cholre 1.30-101 feed 95-1.18- DENVER BEAN" General bid to grower! for 1656 crop plotoi. Denver rate baili telling 7.75. 1.00 for U. S. No 1 and 7.50-7.75 (or U. S. No 1; Great Northern Nebraska rate baali xlllni 6.10 lor U. S. No 1 and 3.15 lor u. S. No 2. NEW YORK iff, -- The slock ma ,kct declined sharply Monday in I heavy wave of selling on news that President Eisenhower had been stricken with an "upset stomach." Early Monday afternoon, however, some of the worst losses were trimmed as a recovery movement gnt under way. DENVEE EGGS AND rouLTBT T h c nigh-speed ticket tape fell Egg m a r k e t steady; d e m a n d moderate; .. , , b , , . ,;' - jfferings liberal; prices paid dellvpred 1 behind the TUill Of transactions IUI *°? *", d ' d .'"!one hour and ten minutes. At the worst, it was 14 minutes behind the pace of trading-thc greatest lag since Feb. 29, 1956 when it ran 19 minutes behind on word that President Eisenhower would seek rcclection. Oils and steels, which have been the best gainers recently, took the worst losses Monday. STOCK A V E R A G E S Ry The Associated Presl 30 IS IS SO Inddil Rails Util Sto;kl D1.3 D0.6 fnch V .J0.7 K A N S A S CITY CASH G K A I X Wheal 200 can; unch u up V.; No . hard and dark hard 2.2214: No 1 2.21V.2-.31V.S; No 2. n'd 2.1BV.-2.19UN1 No 3 2.17'/(.2-IBVtN. Com Se car*; N unch; No ] whil« I 52-1.52N; No 3 1.42-1.61N; No 2 yellow t mixed 1.3E.!.39N: No 3 1.35 1.38N. nals 1 car; N unch; No 2 white 66- 73N; No 3 61-72N. Milo rr.alie 2.21-2.25N. Bye 1.10-1.I3N. Barley .9B-1.05N*. Soybean* 231-2.38N. Bran 35.23.35.V5. Denver, caati Included: lirKe w h l l r i AA 12-11, A 2C-», B 21 29: larle mlied AA 30-33, A 26-29. B 21-25: medium whiles A 22.17, B lt-22; medium mlied A 22-26. B lt-33i tmaU A la-2i undergrade* large U-16, amall I. Live poultry market steady; demand moderate: offerings liberal: prices paid delivered Denver: hens heavy type 4W Iba and over 1S-16: heavy type under 'A Ihs 11-15: Ulhl U-pe Ibs and over B-9. llfhl type under 4 Ibs 7-B: broilers or Iryers he?.vy type 21. CHICAGO BUTTER AND FC.Gn Butter aleady: receipts 1.B73MIO: wholesale buying price* unchanged: 93 .core AA 59: 92 A 59: 90 B »»: B) C. S5: ran W R 57: in C 55^. Eggs steady: recelpui 11,1001 trholessle I Net chsng* Compiled June Local Market (Corrected to June 10) Wheat, bu. uats. cm. Barley _. Pinto beans, cwL Buiierlii A large eggs A medium eggs -Heavy hens Heavy Lights Light hens _$1.82 _52.10 . S2.00 _S8.00 56c 28C _2Sc _JUc _10c _-_8c Swiss chocolate exports reached (he hi.ehest levels yet in 1056, Zurich reports. Monday Prcv. diy Week no Month ago Year ai» 259.7 m.S 'S.8 18J.3 3709 124.1 7g.R IB4.0 365.7 ia.0 77.2 1IU.3 2S94 125.0 "6.5 ;U.fi 1519 139.J p.6 179.1

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