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Page 6 GREELEY TKIBUNB Fri., May 15, 1970 Polling Places For Bond Vote Polling places for the bond election in School District Six from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday will be as follows: School election precinct No. 1: Consists of all of Ward No. 1, City of Greeley. Voting place will be the Psrk Elementary School gymnasium. Precinct No. 2: Consists of Ward No. 2, General Election precinct Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, City of Greeley. Voting place will be the Cameron Elementary School gymnasium. Precinct No. 3: Consists of Ward No. 2, General Election Precinct Nos. 5, 6 and 7, City of Greeley. Voting place will be Heath Junior High School. Precinct No. 4: Consists of all Ward No. 3, City of Greeley. Voting place will be Arlington Elementary School. Precinct No. 5: Consists ol those portions of Genera Election Precinct Nos. 24 and 35 within the district (the territory comprising the Evans and Ashlon school districts before w i l l merger). Voting be Chappelow place West Precinct No. 6: Consists o! those portions of Genera Election Precincts Nos. 5 anc 9 within the district (areas eas of the City of Greeley). Voting place will be East Memoria Elementary School. South Viets Set Cease-Fire SAIGOX (AP) - South Viet Precinct No. 7: Consists of hat portion of General Election jrecinct No. 16 within the listrict (areas west of the City i Greeley). Voting place will je Greeley West High School. Both property taxpaying elec- ors and non-property taxpaying 'lectors will be eligible to vote n the election, as provided mder a set of bills voted into aw by the State Legislature his year. Police armed forces ob- namese serve a 24-hour cease-fire from noon Monday to noon Tuesday to mark the anniversary of Buddha's birth, government mili- | tary spokesmen said today. i Earlier reports said there would be a 24-hour cease-fire to 1 mark the traditional holiday, but no hours had been announced. . . The U.S. Command, which in (Continued From Page One) . Gibbs, 21. He said autopsies would be performed. Another 11 persons were realed for minor injuries after :he violence. All were blacks except a highway patrolman win received minor laceration. One student said, "They said somebody shot but it was just i 3ottle. It made a popping soum when it hit." In Athens, Ohio, the presiden of Ohio University ordered th( school closed early today aftei 1,000 National Guardsmen were ordered into the city following day-long campus disorders. Police earlier fired tear gas t disperse about 2,000 rock-throw ing students at the school while the highway patrol sealed of the southwestern Ohio town o 17,000 people. An aide to Gov. James A Rhodes, who ordered th guardsmen onto the Kent Stat campus last week, said tlier was no immediate plan to us them at Ohio University. At the 41,000-student Universi DISCOVERS VALUABLE MINERAL-Solomon Schlagel of Pierce views a pocket of uranium oxide ore which has been uncovered by Hyland Nuclear Ltd., a firm which Schlagel heads. Located about seven miles Uranium Speculation northeast of Pierce, the open mine has yielded ore of marketable value. Schlagel found the deposit while looking for lost cattle on Sept. 1,1909. (Tribune photo by John Dugan) ty of Maryland in College Park National Guardsmen and stat policemen fired tear gas marched shoulder to shoulder|AusiraiFa"wherc"he'Vi' Thursday nigh_t to clear 5,000 ( .| large O f n, e fj r m ' s opt there. the past has ordered cease-fires to conform with those announced by the government, has made no whether it would stand-down. statement yet on observe the Deaths and Funernls RDRMSQN (Continued From Page One) Shepardscn since has been tat employed by Trend Exploration mineral layers could put t an " and expects to leave soon for|radio-active material into un- 1J akelderground streams geologists Drilling through the shale deposit which underlays the " "· the students off U.S. Highway 1. The new violence came as many striking students around the country mapped plans to move their protests off campus --to streets, factories and legislative chambers. A nationwide survey showed 14 schools officially closed and the student strike information center at Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass., reported student slrikes at 278 colleges and : |universities. The student information ccn- operations Prospecting by Drill Exploration will be done by the coring method to locate pockets of the mineral. Actual fear. Of primary concern at the present is drilling and blocking out one million pounds ol reserve in order to justify a processing mill. The nearest work in drilling will likely be m ill now is at Canon City. performed by water we! drilling rigs to a depth of about! 40 feet. Average depth of located deposits is about 25 feel with much of the metal within five feet of the ground. S e v e r a l problems a r e presented with production of the metal, not the least of which ' j j Nature of Country Schlagel, who operates ar irrigated farm in conjunction with a livestock operation, is a native of Weld County. His UNCGrads Have Articles Published ^iixon Works In Florida On Weekend By FRANK CORMIER Auociitad Pr»« Wrhtr KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (AP) -- It was 1968 all over again .on miniature scale. President Nixon, arriving in lorida Thursday night for a 'orking holiday, was greeted by campaign-type crowd, rather nodest in size and lung power ut well supplied with tiny American flags and some rofessionally prepared sign- wards applauding his Southeast Isia policy. The President, responding ea- erly, mixed with his greeters --military personnel of Home- lead Air Force Base and their ependents--and later summec up for newsmen the sentiments ie gleaned from those he chat- ed with: "Mainly, we support you; you enow, we trust what you're doing; we think you ought to make the decisions--and, ac ually, they're interested in (ringing . .. peace to the world jeace with justice." Perhaps as many as 1.20C urned out to welcome Nixon and wife Pat at the base acros 3iscayne Bay from their water ront home here. The base has a jopulation of about 23,000 mill ary men and dependents. Shortly before Nixon's plan anded, a uniformed member 0^5,,. sows the President's staff and severa sheep so: comely teen-agers passed alon Ihe front ranks of the crowd dis Iribuling flags. Weary since his decision t send American troops into Cam bodia, Nixon was in need of respite--as his aides acknow edged--and apparenty someone thought a Florida welcome reminiscent of the campaign trial MARKETS | CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA)- !ogs 2,500; butchers 25 to 75 igher; 1-2 sorted 200-225 Ib mtchers 25.25-25.50; 1-3 200-240 bs 24.75-25.25; 2-3 225-250 Ibs 4.00-24.75; 2 4 250 260 wbs 23.0024.00; 3-4 270500 lbs.50-22.00; ows 1-3 350-400 Ibs 19.25-19.75; ·3 500-550 Ibs 18.00-18.75. This was last day for hog market, which is discontinued effective Monday. Cattle 2,500; slaughter steers iteady to 50 lower; couple load prime 1,225-1,275 Ib slaughter iteers 31.50; high choice and rime 1,125 1,375 Ibs 30.5031.25; choice 950-1,350 Ibs 30.00-31.00; good 27.75-29.25; high choice and irime 950-1,075 Ib slaughter heifers yield grade 3 and 3 30.2530.50; choice 850-1,050 Ibs yield ^rade 2 to 4 29.50-30.35; good 26.75-23.50; utility and commercial cows 22.5024.75; utility and commercial bulls 26.00 29.50. Sheep none; not enough foi a market test. DENVER LIVESTOCK DENVER (AP)--IUSDA) -- Cattle and sheep, no sales. Hogs 250: barrows and Kilts steady No. 1 200 Ibs 25.50. 1-3 190-230 Ibs 24.25 2500; 2-3 200-245 Ibs 2300-21.00; 2-1 240 260 Ibs 22.00-21.00: 260-270 Ibs 21.00-22.00 270-280 Ibs 20.00-21.00; sows about steady narrow demand, few carried over fo Monday trade; 1-3 350-650 Ibs 17.00-10.50 ST. JOSEPH LIVESTOCK ST. JOSEPH (AP)--HOBS 3.000. barrow and gilts under 240 Ibs 25-50 Illcher ov! MO Ibs very uneven steady to 25 higher 1-3 190-2-10 Ibs 23.75-21.50: sows uneven about steady; 1-3 350-650 Ibs 18.00-19.25. KANSAS CITY (AP) -- Cattle 100 calves none; no price test. HUES 2.500; barrows and Bills slow steady to mostly25 hiStHT; 1-2 200-230 I 2475-2500: 210-216 111 25.00; 1-3 200-240 I 2375-24.75; 2-1] 240-250 Ib 23.25-24.25: 2-4 250-260 Ib 22.50-23.75: 3-4 200-320 111 S0.2T - " steady; ia.oo-19.T5. steady; 7.00-8.50. CARLOT DRESSED MEAT CHICAGO (AP) -- tUSDAt -- Trad very slow, steer beef steady to 50 lowe except Holstein type 50 nlchcr, cboie heifer 50 lower, good 50 hlpher, beef steady. Steer beet, ehoicc 500-700 Ibs 47.00-4' 700-BOO Ibs 46.00-46.50, 800-900 Ihs 45.0T 45.50, Rood 500-ROO Ibs 45.00-45.50. 11' S.O.S. Th« following tdfety r»- mlnder» »r« provided by th« Cltlzeni Action' Council for Safety. : . S L E E P O F F S E T S SLEEPINESS - The drowsy driver is ·'courting death. H« should pull off the road in some safe spot for a short nap or stop for an eyeopener- of coffee somewhere. Stock Market Closing Prices NEW YORK AP)K»lscr Al 3314+ ?» New YorkKrincolt 48-}fi+ 2Vi lock ExchangeKerr Me 74 + 2V4 losillB prices: Krafl 35V?-- *x Close Clifi.Kresse 38T. 'i Admiral 8 Lib Men HS+ V4 Alcan Al 21-IS-t- 'I Litton 19V4-1V4 Allied Ch I8V4+ Vi Lckhd Air 1TO+ " Allied Sir 2211+ !'; Lone S c 1314+ Vt Allis dial 18 -- li l.one s g 19V4+ V* Aleon HIH-HKi l.VO Crp 47i+ »i Am Hess 21 t- 14 Many -26V4+1 Am Airlin 25U+1V.. Mnd Fd' · 1714+1 Am Brnds 32V.+ V'j Mcnvx · 26% Am Iklest 2114+114 Martlm 23 +114 Am Can 40Mi+l»,4 Martor In 44V1+ '3 Am CySK let'i-- Vi .Martin 131M- y4',i Am Cyan 27!M-lKi Mellon D 1614+ U \m ELP 25=1+ 1* Merek 90%-f-l AMet Cl 31V4+1V* Minn Mn 90 -i IMi Am Mtrs TV.: Mobil Oil 4115+ »4 \m Smelt 27 + W Monsan 31 +',i Am Std 31V4+ Yi Mont Hut 2E1 Am TtVT 46 : !i+l Mont Pw 2til4+ ! = Ampex 18"k+ T» Ml Fuel J 26»(,+ 'i Anneond 25 -- 14 Ml SI I t , 2114+ U Armco Stl 22-!t+l Nat Cash 56 +214 . Nat Disl 1514+1 H Armour 42iv-- "· :lpin tyi'P 500-800 Ihs 4400; heifer beef (Cessna A hoiee. 500-700 Ibs 46.50-47.00, Rood 5WI-7vH|cl-'l SI I All Illrh 50%-HU Nat Gyp mi~ Atlas Corp 2Ti Nat Load 22 + -}i Avon Pd 145 +3!i Nia« mp 151i Heat Fds 28 + UNwst Air 18'.4+ '4 Hpech Air 1014+ =!i Nwt Ban 2B'~ -- 'a Nell How 33 + V- Ocrid Pet 18 a ii-f V* llendix 24 +1H OUn Crp ]5 : ", r 4 Hclli Stl 2GW+ K Omark In 13V« Boelnn 20 + % Outlxl Mr 1S14 Boise. Cns 55 +1% Owens III 43 Brist .My 51 + 14 Pac GEI 26? i-- 1.1 Bruns\vk 12U+ Vt Pac PwL mitf 1* Bucy Kr 19 + 'li Pae TiT 17?»-- U Budd Co 10'(.~ '/» Pan Am 87i+ »» Burl Ind 35*4 (- "» I'arke Da 181i,+ »t Burl Nor 3 l b M ' « Penn Cen 15 a »+ n « Hurxhs 122l!+21i Pcnn Dix M'.fc 'a Case .II lO'l. Penney 431i+2'« Castle Ck 22V,-- 14 Pepsi Co 42»»- -1i Cater Tr 34 n i-- »i Pfizer 92 +2 Celan Cp 5614+ Ti I'helus D 48H-- 't Cerro Cp 2 t ' K + 3| Phil Mor 301x4 1 * Cert-til 18H+ v'j, Polrd 75H + 5 Prod Ra !t6 : ^+n; Pull S Col 20 1914 Ibs 4450: cow heel utility 40.00-41.50; can- cues Ohio 5011+ H Put S PI 28%+ ' . . and cutter 47.0flt steer and heifer! Chrysler 234h+ % 1'ullmn 130.210 Ibs 37.00, heller hind! 120-1711 Cities Svc 37'-i+lli HCA con- Two University of Colorado alumni have tributed articles recently lo magazines. James A. Michener author of "Tales of the South' Pacific," "Hawaii," ;md "The Source," has written an article called "Soccer's Wild World Cup Scramble" for Ihe June issue of "Reader's Digest." Michener describes how 16 nations will compete in Mexico would get the weekend oft to a 7 ;TM; n , good start. When the Nixons arrived by Norther helicopter at Key Biscayne about 200 persons were on hand Ihs 46^50, arm chucks 110 Ibs down 36.50- at the presidential helipad, although normally outsiders famedikrept at least a block away. parents came to the county and City in late May and early June c»itloH tinnr F.alnn in 1907. With for "one of international sports his brother, late Pete ter said 267 of Ihe nation's l,500;arc conservation of the grass- educational institutions had land and prevention of pollution] slrikes Wednesday and 286 Tuesdav. Schlagel he became interested most prized trophies," Ihe Jules Itimct Cup (named nftcr the Dual Protests Students at hundreds of colleges have been protesting the Kent State killings in addition to the war. Representatives of striking Berkley. Buird ot ark, Pnllf.. Don- |iNew students from 236 colleges assembled at Yale University in BAinn rivile C. Tlniril ot 1510 3rd .\VP lliisliund o f llvs Grace Kiiird. Father ot II r« Til n rln n .layvox o[ Larnmio. \Vyo.. I'lydo J. Baird of llai-tinez. rnhr., Floyd llaird of Jlii-h.. Walter Baldwin 1 nlrt L. Baird. Bobby Tiaivd. Mrs. O h a r 1 e n e llirlist. Clini-les Haird, jUss i i e i i y liaird, ^"d Tnbn Fiaird all of Ureeley. Brother of n:mi-l Hair" «' t l l a t campuses Denver and Mrs. M a r y ithroughout the summer for "po- K i n n e m n n of Sacninipnto. jljlical education." ! Students at Williams College] Haven to decide what di- of underground streams in the '""county Commissioner Glenn the!French official who dreamed up 'the international champion- his Billings said that land owned | uranium prospecting m Os but spent most of exporalion time about 100 ships), miles from home never sus-' He describes peeling that the precious,of the game by the county within the district will be leased with the restrictive requirement that the user of the surface must give approval before Ihe mining operation can begin. Billings also noted that there is much U. S. government 1 metal I been he sought found in could his the excitement of the game and the aspects h'ave'lliat make it one of the world's · most colorful Raines, such -backyard. Typical of Ihe jovial, out-' going Schlagel is his feelings toward those from whom the company has leased mineral royalties it as "[the high-paid superstars and the 'riotous fans. The June issue will be on the n e w s s t a n d s by May 26. Michener earned his master's degree from UNC in 1936. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP)-The stock market regained all of its early ilreiiglb in moderate tradin" tliis afternoon, and analysts said the long-awaited "bottoming" action might be at hand The Dow Jones average of 311 industrials at 2 p.m. was up 9.31 In 694.10. The Dow had been up more than 7 points in early trading but turned mixed al middaj and was only up 0.07 at 11:30 a.m. Advances retained a slim lead over losers among the issues No stales. DENVER B E A N S DENVKIl (AIM--General hid to crnw- · Comsat crs- US No. 1 1%? crop pinto*; !'7r.:'i- o n i-;,j] s'o 2 925 FOB Dt-incr rate bnM*.; I'.'tf'lcon Ktin " "·· " crop prent northerns No. 1 f-.45, G.15 FOB Nebraska rale basis. DENVER EOGS DENVER ( A P ' -- M a r k e t steady, unehanKed; demand f n l r lo Rood: us umi'le. Prlees paid for consumer jirndi delivered in Denver loose yr In ' ·arlons furnls'ned by buwyersi. -eluded: lame M AA .- - noslly 27-28: ... J4i Inrce II 12-14. moslly 12-13. Coc.1 Cola 70S+ : Coll! rnl 36-'»-- » Colo Intst 30-% i r ; Coin Gas 211 -t- ~' r Conil Solv I!. r i1i.-rl7i 30 -r3 s T5" t - '. il 30'a-f- -ii A , r , 9H+ ,, font Can fini+ '; Com Oil 2P- -- 1 of fe "" iCi , wles 4 V - ei-in Col !!'.,, + i, /ell 2'"i+ ^ ;:,,,-£,,; ;cuni, s w i^I.; ,,.. ,.,M-i In.!"»rt I"d '·' - t l 23-33. mostly 30.31:! {'eere Co 34 astly 25-M: small i I W . M n U - ~" · ' ' 39 + '] 221 i+ ij, Itepb Stl 32U+ '3 Itevn Ml 29%- li HeTM Tub 3»^k Hoy Dul 32V- 'i Safcwy 2413 + 1 St Joe mn 27 + "i SI ItVKis TO'i + ', Sa Fe Ind 24 +l'i Sehenly 2111+ "4 Kchrini! 51 + Fi SC.M Cp H .-- i Scolt Pap 2HX4 i 1 ;! 4 .SeOIS It S5U+1V'4 Shell Oil 38'-:+ '4 Sou Cnl E 2IPK+ =1,1 Sou Co 2IV-J + ')i Sou Pac 281-j + l Sou Ry 4 6 + 1 Snerry 29 + l'l S Illrds . 411i.+ mostly 13-15: iarue A 27.30 :j';;nK Jjr lji»_ li « 0 || oii 41 + -11 medium A 2.V27. mohtly 23- !'""" " '4 SI Oil In 38 + l ' i · - - - llaney 125'j-M Kl oil NJ 53H- + I'-. Iliw L h m ra + »i st I'cku c + ', D E N V E R POTATOES IJreKS Ind 271'4 + l'i, siaslf Cll 2Sli,~ · UFSVF.H I A P . - U.S. rail shipments '1'H'om IKI + l ' v S | e , l Drc 32 _ ' . OT l-olo 3: Idaho oh Ir.ek I. Truekinsl '- Alrl.ln U + », Klu ,, f W H 4 0 +114 -Colo 1G. n«v iwnuws-Callf. 2. i f - J 1011 ^ 6'Mi+lKi Suifl Co 2B +2'. Market steady, prlees unelinnw-Hl 100| -Jilnn \ n 3IHI+ 14 TeklTln 331i + l'i Ibsc's's,,!l » , 7 i - A » - n , h e d u n l . TM . . l l « - r . i l i l P i i » . N l'j . Teldyn - [l-C"lo russets li 14 r i I b s a e k , 3.501 Idaho C-H .,.. i;il'as !'«!7V7.uO; j Kviin.' N lil'i I'd 21;-.- · 18'.+ . . 50 111 cartons DO-lOO Colo. iX4M miHtly (.50: Idaho 4.50-4.75. nioHly 4.75; Wa.h. I C :m _. 111 Kl I «\vir 4-1 sac-ns M-iOO 4.25-, red McCluri... ... f rft p.,.. rn jl] rncl'.c J in ' rorit Moi j i ' w ' i n mill 10 Ib saeks Colo. r o u n d j F o r MeKs 22 .ia .'enls.'fair condition 55 eenIM I Kn-ep Sol 15j. T 2 in or 4 o/. mill. IJ.-lB will.: .£ A C -!' !.!'.--1 jn Hi saeks round reds U.S. No. 1 I.IO.In.m Sko i « ( l t ' S Nn 2 BO-95 eent.s; lu'.M-ts t'.S. : Onnnell .So. 1 1.20, U.S. No. 2 X cents. j (4TM Ilja Tr\ r, 5i in +11 - Tex Inst fifi +2 15'4+ liTextrn 20'i + l Thil:el R 1 . ' Timken 27!i) Todd Shp 22. -- ' Trans W '" . 19', + 1 Marian Clark Hunter, who earned her bachelor's degree Calif. Also survived by 16 grandchildren mid 2 preai-Ki-aiidchildrcn. Serv- i'c-Rs 10:30 a.m. M o n d a y from Adiinison Memorial riiopel. Inlcrmant Sunset Memorial Uarrtoi.s. JOnilAN Vircril M. .lordall of M2S filh'st.. F.vnns. Husband of .Mrs. Jlorie Jordan. Urnlhor of Mrs. .lames It. (I^ela) T.PP of Kersey. Mrs. Fern LaKcy. Mrs. H. J. (Yvonne) Carroll, and l l o l l i s U. .lor- il;in all of Orenlpy. Services I D : n o a.m. Saturday from the Ailamsoii Memorial I'liapel. Interment Evans cemetery. in Williamslown, Mass.. said they were abandoning plans for a national "pause for peace" plan under which workers! throughout the nation would halt]. work for one hour May 27. They lco Not Enough Money To Buy The ror-linn ctiiHpnt drikps shoultl ' s niuuii u . o . fcuvuiiiinuia umiii"o CUSlOma ' · eclion student strikes ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ w n l .paid on uranium protuctinn to n-u r v. rH bp strict reculatioci conccrninn '' lc ' iinc ' nwn(!r ls about five I h e represeiitauves nearu\ u \ -7 b . ^i n n r f . pn f iivl-md'c Ipa^ps call Valp Prnf Kpnnpth Mill urge mining operations and repair u f . l - - - c ( - n l - , - ', ; , i ale froi. Kennein MI i U I B e f 6 for near y double that amount. ,.--- - . - - . that campuses be kept opp.n Miilace damage. i'«' j June-July issue of structor" magazine. The title of Ihe song is (This The Way?" and it serves _ w , , . ias a theme song a«ainsl Narrow Gauge: New Mexico j«»»«Xt W rsoroads-. "Is this the way you want traded on the New York Stock l,","/^"'": "5 Exchange. Some brokers say the glamor stocks appear to have been washed out. They say rallies ill be short for a while with CHICAGO f A P ) -- Chlentrn MerenntlleiOen rd* velianne-llnlter stendvi «lioleKale l i u y . ' f . i - n Mills liriei-s imehnntjed: 93 seore AA fi'J'^; (;*'n M"^ 'Kgti' steady; wholwule uiyins |irlerajU«n Tuc unchanced: BO per eent or letter Krode A I;.!. I ac .Idles 311 eheeka IB. 7S*. slow erosion in the market, but they think that the market may have hit bottom with Thursday's selling. Analysts say that the early ! buying today was almost over- Is I coinc by the supply of stocks for sale at higher prices and a gcn- medium) 24; standards 20; Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO (AP) ·- Wheat and soybean futures advanced more than 2'A cents a bushel on (lie Chicago Board of Trade today. Other grain prices held small advances into the close. Soybean meal closed on an irregular tone but oil advanced more!mi Gillellc, Glen Aid Coodr Gnodyr 17 + l Til Cunt 25 +1- TltW In 2JUi + i: TU.I-WII Cen I1U + 1'Al. Ine 11114+ ' I'n Carli 33V r I'll IClce' I 8 ' « + Un (.11 Cl 2liV + Un 1'ne 35 -*- I'n I'neif + + 3il',5 + 5!k+ i Unll Air 11'!.+ li Il,,,i C|i 23!-. Un Frit «l WnL'n 15 + V, us Gyn Green fit B'i+ 14 US Ind . (Ireyhnd U W + -li, us piy aulf Oil 2.1V4+ t.\ iig Bmlt Heela M IH-IU- 3 'i t;S Steel . iiiB Mli + lli Vorlan HomcMk 21U W«r IJin 31'i 14",, Ideal Has 12 + U W n ' I l a n e n f f i oral lack of interest but thai than 50 points, some enthusiasm appeared lat- The buying of wheat futures er Prices among the most ac- was touched off at around mid- after the nearby May jsaid labor and industry didn't iappear to be interested. At Harvard University SANTA FE ( A P ) - New Mex- Railroad Authority mem- l|]e ^^ ^ MACY A L L N U T T MORTUARIES Cambridge, Mass., the Nonvi-i Cllami N M [0 Antonj(o Colo I olent Direct Action Group, said [they will form a human barrier at the Boston Army Base today lo block buses carrying draft in- |t|]01 .j t s , dU "We eS are committed to stay!^TM£.; ..=, .....,., and we snall not lpossibi]ily - of a shoi . tcr length of the historic line. "The less railroad vou B E N N E T T Mrs. .Ir ssie Bennett of 32?. 1"itli .-Vvnnue. \Vife of Herl.Pi-t Alrtcn llennctt. .Mollicr nr l l o r l i c r l Aliipn lii'iiiicll. .Ir. of I.ei.vpr nnil Elinor FruiH-is B o n n p t t of Wimliiimti.n. I I.e. .Mass (if t h n Rpsnrri-i-tinn. l l : n O a.m. M o n d a y from St. M a r y ' s C ; i t h n l U ' Clltircli. lillcnniMil, L i n n C r o v « nance on cars and locomotives, move the quipmcnt to Cliama. build fencing to protect it, and pay taxes and insurance. The legislatures of bolh states appropriated $295,000 each to buy the line, a total of $590.000. There have been no npprnpria- Hailroad pressing ti(ms to °'? erale il or evcn P ul i ho nn. it in working order. Revenue C o m m i s s i o n er bers decided Thurs. that New Mexico and Colorado don't have I enough money to acquire t h e | narrow gauge rail line from au- a grant they said in a letter tc President Nixon. The New Mobilization Coin- mittee to End the Wr in Vietnam has announced that GIs at 22 military bases will stage antiwar protests in connection with Armed Forces Day Saturday. The announcement said antiwar organizations at 43 military installations would participate. Authorities at Ft. Bragg N.C., and adjoining Hope Air Force Base, renounced that the installations had canceled plans for programs Saturday. Tlicv said open to the public cancellation operate, Ihe less money you lose," State Engineer Steve Reynolds suggested. T h e A u t h o r i t y agreed. Reynolds estimated it w i l l take'$005.000 for Ihn two stales! to buy the line perform the] minimum necessary maintcn- dia in 30 days, from Laos by the year's end and from Vietnam by June SO, 1971. Kranklin Jones said the S558,- 900 price asked by the DRC.W for the Anlonilo-Chama section is "not negotiable." The railroad received Interstate Commerce Commission authority last year to abandon its narrow gauge trackage from Alamosa Colo., lo N.M. America? "Is this the way you want ·our land? "Filthy streams, junky lakes, vhat a mess your littering makes! "Is Ihis the way you want our land?" Subsequent verses provide the opportunity to include your slate, county and community in variations on the first verse. Lousfalet (Continued from Page One) Greeley and from Greeley was High graduated School in ive Big Board issues included: jsession, af University Computing, up 2 3 8Joption had moved swiftly ahead. ^- Telex, ahead r :i to 15=!s; Some tightness in the wheat a t : , National General, off % at 11%; LFE Corp., down 1 to ate; American Telephone, up '/i to 45'/n; Parke Davis, up % at 18..; and IBM, off 1 at 267%. On the American Stock Exchange, prices of active issues included: Resaturant Associations, down at 4'A: Rollins International stocks at Chicagodevelopcd reports that some out-movement cdi!".ikv of wheat was expected this Cnrma At , "I" Cl f C M WllC iV a TMTMi Y o r k Sl( "* Exchange closing in- nearly 3 cents, May 1.48-.8: corn , b fa was down 1 cent. May 1.29»i:!^j. . ,, n ... . .. off at Digital Equip- (Continued From Page One) canyon mouth: 300, 140; Clear Creek at Golden: 200. 168; and: St. Vrain at Lyons: 155, 164. I s t . nn) The summary of snow | "Jin ;|J measurements in the sub-water-|ii nv .,i y c mp sheds within the basin arc, : -·"-·«··- ment, up 2",'s at 73',s; Saxon Industries, up 2% to 49% and Ecological Sciences, ahead Va at 18. Wn Un .1 270*4+2V1 Westi! El tlarv 2(l-j+ 4 Wyrsr Mi-k 3Wi+ Ik White Mtr v + 1 Wlwlh «'--i-l' m i -- I ' Int TIT Jewel Co 30 -I2W Xerox + 11 Zenilh . . . BlP. + Iri s«'.»-l ll'i-- 'i Snleii K.570 000 NEW YOIIK (Al'lData Con -- Friday's seleelcdFed Rsres Amerienn Stock Ex-Krontier ehnnKe prii-es: Orn IMy Close chgllusky nil Aerojet 12 -- M, Knlser In 1 [111!Ark Cas :5'i+ »» Midw Kill I I Oil lo 1 i+ =.-. Scrry + li Syntii Teclinco 15'» weekend. NEW YORK (AP) .- New oats were mixed, May cents; rye was about -li higher, May 1.06'/i and soybeans were up 2'.is cents, May 2.68!s. CHICAGO (AP) - Friday: I Market up Cl cents I Index 42.13 up 0.76 Industrial 43.80 up 0.88 Transportation 30.01 up 0:58 Prev. Utility 35.61 up 0.23 . Finance 55.27 up 0.54 WHEAT High Low Close Close Over-Counter Stocks STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT NEW YORK (AP--Sales, closlnfi price and nut elianse of tile fltleen most ac. stoeks traded on tile NY Stock Ex. j elianifo. . 2M.5M . 2f.9.IOO . 215,800 ,.1'.I8,(HK. Merchant Marine Academy Kings Point, N.Y., ended whenj After serving in I hi; Air e during World War II, he isludictl business for two years percentage of last ycnr and percentage of average: Big Thompson: 221, 156; Boulder: 296, 172; Cache In Poudre: 205, lli. r ; Clear Creek: 248, 157; St Vrain: 428, 168: Smith I was a safety measure because! Rear. Adm. Gordon McClintock,! Ulcmonstrtors, including ac-|Ihe academy superintendent, WINDSOR, COLORADO S C H I I . n K N ' E C H T IVnller St-liildkne'-ht ] l - t 2nd St., Windsor. ac-jthe niiiinced plans to protest near midshipmctit would join an the posts and in nearby Fayetle-IArmcd Forces Day parade. University of NorthcrnjPlatte: 305,202. is employed forl Also listed is soil moisture In Am Ti-l Tel Xerox C|i Natl Gi'lll l.itlnn Ind ralreh Cam Kyi-'Clik Del C.nlf Oil I'liill I'cl . 12B.I!00 I2n,4ntl . 122,nofl ..121,500 Zl'i lil'ft +1U +2'N May Jul 3ec Mar 1.43 1.42'/i 1.43 1.42'A 1.44% 1.43% 1.44% 1.44% CORN May 1.30% 1.29% 1.29% l.SO'A 1.29% 1.28'A 1.28% 1.29% ll"4 .. ...in.ioo an ..llll^fH) 17- v i ...107.2(1. 2.T/4 107.200 23" i ..1IIMIOO 270'U +2' + M +2 ; l(t ville. On Wednesday the 73 had sent about five years as assistant niiiniigcr and manager of the 'American Legion Club here. He became a deputy county The Council of the Boston B a r j a letter to McClintock saying Association said it will ask iheithcy felt il was their "patriotic American Bar Association to de- duty to display and dramatize" ations in Cambodia. More (ban 1.000 New of Misp at I Ins- Lydia \\inilsor. K n i h p r Mii.-i.in Schild \\~inilsnr n n d Ito- hprt S c h i l d k i i f i - h l nf liiicna Visla. Col". A l s n s u r v i v e d ])v 3 erandol.iUlrfn. Scr\- icVs Satnrdny. 2 p.m. frmn K n i t h United C h u n I. "f . Christ. Windsor w i t h iiilir- I Columbia I niverslly i n c u t L a k e v i c w Ci-md'Ty ill Windsor. Memorial r-on- trilnitions may IIP m.i'1' 1 t" the b u i l d i n g f u n d "f t h « Faith I.'nitcfl f'hiirch cf r^rist. in Windsor. (ermine whether Nixon has au- thorily lo conduct military oner- York they will travel lo Washington in seven chartered railroad cars Wednesday to plead "immediate withdrawal Indochina." ! Back Senate More their opposition to the Vietnam war by not marching. Trustees of Ihe Central Branch of Seattle Community College in Washinglon endorsed a plan for students to fan treasurer in 19i4. serving under Charles 0. Bursicl, long-time county treasurer whom he succeeded as treasurer Jan. 2 1967. Loustalot is a member and past commander of American Legion Post No. 18 and also r member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Disabled Amcri- pcrcentage of last year and per-!, n ,,, ls cenlage of average: ';TM- Big Thompson: 93, 108; Boul-|i,s^ dcr: 121, 93; Cache la Poudrc-.j 81, 92: Clear Creek: 118, 130;| Saint Vrain: 97, 103; and South ^ Piatlc: 88, 89. throiigh Ihe community for per son-to-person talks with busi- next for fromjnessmen Vrs to views. ·Jean Veterans. He presently is chairman of and community lcad-|lhn Weld County Knlirement explain the students' Board which is in charge of Ihe A group of 100 persons saying NEW YORK (Al 1 ) -- Dow Jones Stoek Ooen High Low dole N.C. fifift.li 7ns.5n r.fto.^7 702.22 +17.4:1 M5.14 MS.-lil 143.7ft 147.r,fi + 3 ina.ys 1012:1 loi.on 103.IR + n..t2 S t o c k s 22G.S1 2.11.83 22-1,33 2.'i0.13 + -1.70 Transactions in stoeks used in aver- 1.104.3IKI Transportation r i i l i t i e s f.5 Stocks . . administration of the pension] I n r n | ,.._., t__ i., «ffi,,; n .., o.,,l U.UV.UI Taipei -- The pnpulation of the island of Taiwan was 14,382,048 according lo statistics released by the police authorities recently. The breakdown was 12,667,681 for Taiwan Province and 1,714,867 for the Special Municipality of Taipei. fund for county officials and 1 48'c 1.45'i 1.48% 1.45'.-!i (Corrected to May 15) 1.36Vs 1.35'i. 1.35% 1.35M-!Geriatrics 5».i . 6V 138 1.37'/8 1.37'/s 1.37'/2i Bayly Mfg. IS'.a ' 17 Jul 3ep Dec Mar OATS May .67% 1.27% 1.26% 1.22 1.21 1.26'A 1.25% 1.26V4 1.27% 1.21% 1.21 V4 1.25% 1.2G Hewlet-Packard 33' ; Itel 9" off Jul Sep Dec RYE .65 .62% .65% .66% .fi4'/4 .62A .64% .67'i .64% .62% .65% 1.06'A 1.06 1.06V4 1.06 1.09 1.07% 1.08 1.08 1.11% 1.10% l.ll'/i l.ll'/i ClIICAOO (API -- Futures Iradlns nn tlie Chicago Mercantile ICxchanjrp Friday: Prev. Open High Lew Close Clou LIVE BEEF CATTLE iJnn .10.15 ,10.30 30.07 30.25 30.2(1 I AUK .10.32 30 50 30.27 30.45 :0.3!l Oct 2n.t)5 30.15 20.02 30.10 2VW I.ee 2!).70 1.29.77 23.S2 20.65 251.80 .Tell 2:..75 20.75 29.65 20.75 25.75 .64'A!Apr 29.75 2075 29.75 20.75 29.75 E o | ' ' J u n --- a:iO.OO 030.00 .l.i/41 Sl |,.,.. Jlmt . , |2!0 . Aug lsm . Opl 277, 65'/llr.ec 1%: Fell 13i Al'rll 10; Jnne-71. 0. F R O Z E N PORK B E L L I E S May 41.90 42.35 41.45 42.12 41.63 Jul 41.25 41.50 40.B5 41.45 41.12 AUK 39.05 .19.20 38.55 39 10 M.WI Kcb 34.95 35.07 .14.50. 3,4.». 31. .67 .Mar 34.W1 34.90 M.60 31.80 M5.7J i 1.13 RYE NKW YORK (AI 1 ) -- Polato flitu' Maine closed .1 cents lowir lo 2 cents hicher. Sales 247 conlracl ' ii,7!4(o|May 1.61.1 .SOfl! J u [ .«: Sep Dec 1.06U 1.09 1.06 1.06V4 1.06 1.07% 1.08 1.08 l v "" : «TMTMw s o ; « , 1.12% ],-, b 333; March 1.1, Open Interest: May 1,125; .luly 8,722; n*! 5,410; Fell 875: March 171. li-ltid; a-- Offered; n-- Nominal. KANSAS CITY (AT. -- Wheat llfi '··1" : High 2.44 2.7.1 2.'15 .".' 3.5(1 Low 2 4 1 2.SO 2.91 IMS ,,., . .... , , , , , - l.ll'/l I.IO'/I l.HVt l.ll'/l 'A lower lo '/. hiRheri No. 2 Iiard a»(l I IV, 1 n 1 11V, 1 19-V,l'lnrk oafil 1.52U; No. 3. 1.37-1.6414 n: SOYBEANS j^V 1 " 1 I * ! ' W4 " : N - '· 212 \Inv 9 R R ' i 9 fiS'i 9 fiRl'u 9 RVi Cnrn Br ' rars; Unchanced to 10 lower. 2 7 2 jiviay z.i.n.s i.ti,i/« i.oti,H i.D,),« , 2.92 Jul 2.69 7 /8 2.68'/l 2.69% 2.68'/l Cash Grain Market Aug 2.666% 2.65% 2.66% 2.65'Xi Sep 2.61'A 2.60% 2.61'A 2.00% Nov 2.58Vi 2.57% 2.58 2.58 Jan 2.62% 2.61% 2.62% 2.62 2.66% 2.651. 2.66 2.66 nmmced that 2fiO Asian scholarsithcy were rcprcscntniivos of iho.coimly cmp.ojcs : from across Inc. nation would go "silent majority" paraded onto! Loustalct and his wife. Man' t o WashitiRlon next. Tuesday to the Stale University of Xevvilynn, who is employed at The 'bark a Senate resolution lo re- York campus at Binghamlon tol.Mrdical Group, reside at 1221! quire withdrawal from Canibn- protest viojcnec on campuses. .17th St. (Corrected to May 15) Pinln Beans S0.75 Wheat 1.12 Oats 2,20 Barley _ . . _ .. 2.00 CHICAGO ( A P ) - Wheat N o l M a r 2 hard yellow 1.49'.:in; No 2 soft! red 1.4n"in. Corn Nn 2 yellowl DENVER CASH G R A I N U2',,ii. Oats No 2 extra 'heavy DENVER (API--Wheat No. white 70 n :m. Soybeans No 1 ye'l-ihard winter ordinary 1.22; No. low 2.7l74n. " Icwt Sorghum 1.99-2.02; " Soybean oil lO.M.n. 'corn 2.26-2.28. hllo 1.55.1.7(1 n: No. 3, 1.33.1.i» I No. 2 yellow mixed I.31V.-V3S: No. '· 1 .Wi-1.31 n. Oats 4 ears: Unchanged: No. t wnil« f, : ',i.7fi'4 n; No. 3, i;-^i-75'/4 n. Miln maire 1.B7-1.II8 Hurley flO-OS n Soyho.ins 2S1'i-2.72'3 n. Sa'iked shoil.i 3n.0o.3(1.7.1 Wheat futures rlosed from Vi lower to i hiqher. W H E A T F U T U R E S : Open High Low Clo*« ,lrw 137 1 3 7 ' ^ l.M'i l- 1?l March

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