Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 13, 1969 · Page 6
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Greeley, Colorado
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Paso G GREELEV TRIBUNE Mon., Oct. 13. 1969 GIRA Asking For Coals, Blankets Blankets and winter clothin] are urgently needed by tin ! Greeley Referral and Informa tion Agency (GIKA). i Many students are unable t attend school because of thi lack of warm clothing, particu larly coats, GIRA officials sail Monday. Because of this GIRA ha opened a drive to secure coats boots and other winter-type clothing in sizes will fit youn^ sters in kindergarten throug high school. :Also needed, according (3IRA spokesman Mrs. Juli Sliade, are blankets and othe bedding. (Those who have donations either are urged to. bring them to GIRA headquarters in Ih Cbronado Building, 912 9th Ave | between 8 a.m. and noon dall f Those unable to bring in do I nations can call the GIRA o ! f(ce at 352-4551 or Mrs. Shad 1 at 353-4593. tWoman Related Here Dies [IT Montreal ' iWord has been received her of the death of Mrs. Tina A Ross, widow of the Rev. A. F Ross of Montreal, end a siste of Fred D. Armilage, 1729 Fair acres Drive. !She was the aunt of Georg 'Armilage of Greeley and 'Mrs Alver Nelson and Mrs. Kennel] Barber, both of Eaton. Funeral services were schec ntcd for Tuesday in Montreal. USE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Deaths and Funerals CABALLERO , 3 Gloria Cnbnllero of Anil, Colo. Arrangements later. t ' James Jncobflon of ?·;? Twonlj'-third street, "':(' rniiKoinenls Inter. BLISS U Irn. C. Bliss of I30S Gth ·$ Street, Evans, Httsbiind of ' J Mrs, Thystlo Bliss. Father · ! of Robert D. (Hud) Bliss -·' of Greuley. Stncyo Bliss of '' Idaho Fulls, Idnho, Mrs. 1 Tiex (Bdrlc) Htckard of -"; Kvnns and Sirs. Stanley J (Lr-.Vonno) B n r r n t . t nf '.i Longmont, . Arrangements ·' later. fcoGHimN *v,. Oplo Coglmrn of 2100 23rd- V Avenue. Father of Miss ; Ann Mario Cogbnrn of . Denver, Mrs. Bonn (Sbnron . ' M n e ) Soory of Hudson, : . Mrs. Wnyno A. (Laura. ' ' Sue) Sullivan of Grecloy · nnd Jerry Leo CoRburn of ·! Eaton. Twin of Mrs. Cullou ' ! (Onie) Htldonbrandt of ! Greeley. Brother of Jlrs. -·' Wayne (Hazel) UlnnaHBli : i of Denver, Mrs. Leo (Lucy) ! McBlratli ot WlRpins, Har- · ! ry of Silt, Karl of Gilcrest · . nnd Elmer of Denver. Serv: ices 10:30 a,m. Tuesday : from the Drawing Koom. . . I n t e r m e n t Linn G r o v e ', i Cemetery. If friends wish. · memorial sifts may bo · : made to the Cosbiirn Schol'. larship Fund for Eaton : : 31ifih School in caro of the . First National Bank of Greeley. fCROSBY ^..' Harry Crosby of 1S17 2nd -. Ave. Hufibnnd of !Urs. Emma Crosby. Father of ;. Connie Jo Crosby nt home. Services 2 p.m. Tuesday from the Drawing Room. I n t e r m e n t Linn Grovo · Cemetery. GARCIA \; raul Garcia *..... v....... of the Fort Lyons Veterans Hospital. Father of Mrs. George (Helen) Cordova of Denver. Theodore Garcia of Hoseville, Calif., end Dan and John Garcia and Mrs, Bertha Chavarria and Mrs. Joe (Evelyn) Valdez, all of Greeley. Brother of Prez Garcia of Denver, and Mrs. Ben ( M a r K S i r e t ) Espinoza, Mrs. David (Genevieve) A n d r a d e and Al Garcia, all of Greeley. Arrangements later. Paul Garcia Services Set Recitation of the Rosary for Paul Garcia of Ft. Lyons, will be at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Macy Allnutt Drawing Room. Requiem Mass will be sung nt 9 a.m. Wednesday nt Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church. Interment will be in Linn Grove Cemetery. Garcia died Friday morning at the F.t. Lyons Veterans Hospital where he had been a patient since 1934. Survivors include three daughters, three sons, four -brothers and sisters, 18 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. City Digs Out of Snow (Continued from Page 1) day, when all schools were closed down, witli the exception of Windsor and Fort Lupton.. Most of the county roads were too "bogged down with mud under the snow lo make bus travel safe," a spokesman said. District Six School Superintendent Frank Bressler said the one-day closing will not necessi late a make-up day. "However, if we get any more closings, it'll be back lo Ihc books on a Saturday," Bressler said. Adolph Laushine, maintenance supervisor of the Colorado High way Department, said more than 150 pieces of equipmen and every available man work ed steadily from 11 p.m. Kri day through 7 a.m. Monday clearing highways and sanding slick spots. "There still are a few icy spots throughout the county,' he said, "especially in eastern Colorado. Unless a high wine comes up and causes drifting the roads are in pretly fair shape." Great Western Sugar Co. officials, on Hie other hand, ex pressetl deep concern over sugai beet crops in the county because of the lashing snowstorm and low temperatures. "The snow cover, it is hoped, will keep the crops from freez ing," Bob Stillborn, manager o the Greeley factory, said Monday. "Growers still are going to undergo real lough toppint conditions, and if the snow melts and we get n real bnd freeze it's going to be a serious prob lem." Don Redman, Eaton factory manager, echoed Sanborn's con corn, and said "it could develo] into a critical situation. Righ now we're all right, and we're hoping for the weather to co operate." City Manager Ben Cruce salt 12 pieces of equipment manner. 3.V maintenance crews "work- 'ng around the clock" have salt :d in the monmental task o )acked streets, and are engag :d in the monumental task o ·emovlng tons and tons ol snow from the-city's streets. "As soon as we get the snow off the streets, which should be Tuesday afternoon," Cruce said 'the'crews will get back to another monumental job -- that if clearing up tree limbs result- from the two storms." Cruce said men also are cut- ing off limbs that are creating lazards to motorists and pedestrians. "It's a big job," Cruce said, 'but we'll get it done. Vern ichaffer (Public Works direc- or) and his men are doing yeomen work." 0. 1. Cogburn, Potato King Of Area, Dies Opie Lee Cogburn, 2100 23rd Ave., widely known as Ihe Potato King of Northern Colorado, died Saturday noon at Weld County General Hospital. He was 57. Born at Caddo Gap, Ark., Ocl. 30, 1911, Ihe youngesfson of the late Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Cogburn, he came to Colorado at an early age, and attended school al Gilcrest, where he was graduated from high school. He was long prominent in the potato warehouse and sales business before moving to Eaton in 1946. He owned and operated the Bowser Produce Co. at Ealon for 26 years. Cogburn was acllve in slate and local potato growers organizations, a past member of the Elks, Odd Fellows and Kiwanis Club, Ihe Ealon School Board and Ihe Ealon Town Board. He was also a past chairman of Sc"d an G 8 r e o r we?s Gr6eley-Rqggen K of C Assembly Officers Installed Two unique ^ variations from nam j n .(Continued from Page 1) came to the Sterling area as a small bpy. He moved to Stone- p!he Liturgy of the Mass were ^incorporated Into the celebra-! ition in Boulder at which officers of the four assemblies of the Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus in Northern Colorado were given their charge by the state master, Anthony J." Lem- ibach of Greeley. i At the time of the offertory, ithe Mass was interrupted for ithc installation 'and later, in iline with a new dispensation for occasions such as this, all com- imunicnts were privileged to 'receive communion under both rkinds. During the installation ceremony, John E. Epple of Roggen was installed by proxy as new ifaithful navigator of the Msgr. Bernard Froegel General Assembly for the Greeley- Roggen 'area. He was unable to be pres- 'ent because of an accident to last week's snowstorm, i James Beetham of Greeley was installed as captain of the 'local Assembly, Marvin Linnebur of Roggen as purser, and 'William Blick as faithful ad' Others installed included three ng Quality V/orkmanlhlp. Open Sunday! by appointment E. GREELEY I MONUMENT WORKS, F Inc. Balph Holllttcr . John Dalton ji/IOIB 7th Av«. ; v -k .' 362-1607 K ' ' H (Downtown--Over BO Ye«n) Fashion Show Set Tuesday At Ramada The Women's Auxiliary to the IVcld County Medical Association will present "Fall Fashion futures" at a luncheon show at the Ramada Inn Tuesdaj loon. Proceeds of the benefi showing presented by The Den ver, will be used for continuing scholarships for two student who are now in nurses train ing. According to Irene Siegle o The Denver, coordinator anc commentator for the show, the new designs of Cardin of Paris will be introduced, featuring daytime, late-day and evening year, plus a preview of holidaj wear. Some furs, including a mink maxi-cape will also be ncluded along with the newes; n accessories such as the ob- ong scarf, chain trims and belts and the new silhouette in footwear highlighted by roundel oes and higher heels. Auxiliary members who will model for the show include Jeri Holt, Caryl Sills, Marilyn Phelps, Shirley Wheeler, ica Kahn, Dorthea Brigham, Dee Ann Groves, Donna Mangum, Mary Keerr.e, Martha Price, Marian Boyd and Msrj 1930. She preceded him in death on April 5, 1968. He was also preceded in death by a daughter, Barbara Jean, in 1942. Survivors include three daughters and a son, Jerry Cogburn and Mrs. Wayne (Laura Sue) Sullivan, both of Eaton, Mrs. Donald (Sharon) Seery of Plat- leville and Ann Marie Cogburn of Denver, and six grandchildren. Also surviving are his twin sister, Mrs. Cullen (Onie) Hildenbrandt of Greeley; two sis- lers, Mrs. Wayne (Hazel) Manaugh of .Denver and Mrs. Lee (Lucy) McElrath of Wiggins and three brothers, Harry Cogburn of Silt, Earl Cogburn of Gilcrest and Elmer Cogburn of'Denver. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in the Macy Allnutt Drawing Room. Interment will be in Linn Grove Cemetery. If friends wish, memorial contributions may be sent to the Cogburn Scholarship Fund for Eaton High School in care of Ihe First National Bank in Greeley. Ira C. Bliss Dies Sunday In Greeley Ira Clair Bliss, 130? Cth St., owner of Bliss Wholesale Produce and fruit markets in Greeley and Evans, died Sunday evening at Weld County General Hospital. He was 79. Born . at Onondaga, Mich., Aug. 10, 1890, he married Thystle Deal in Denver on Jan. 18, 1917, and came to Evans from Yoder, Wyo.,.in the fall of 1940. He had been in failing health for the past three years. He was a life member of the Elks Lodge, and an honorary member of Evans Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post No. 6624. Surviving, in addition to his wife, Tliystle Bliss, are four sons and daughters, Robert D. (Bud) Bliss of Greeley, Stacye Bliss of Idaho Falls, Idaho, Mrs. Rex (Edrie) Rickard of Evans and Mrs. Stanley (LaVonne) Barrett of Longmont. Also surviving are seven grandchildren, one great-grandchild, and nieces and nephews including Mrs. Sarah Berg of Lucerne, and Mrs. Ida Robb and Allen Bliss, both living in California. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Macy Allnutt Drawing Room, with interment to follow in the Evans Cemetery. Mrs. Caballero Dies Sunday, Funeral Wed. Mrs. Gloria Pena Caballero of Ault, wife of Philip Caballero, died late Sunday evening al Memorial Hospital where she had been a patienl for 10 clays. She was 30. Born al Gonzalez, Texas, on Feb. 27, 1939, she was reared and educated there, and came lo Ault in 1959, where she had since resided. She was married in 1959. She was a member of the Apolistic Church in Denver. Surviving, in addition to her husband, Philip, are three children, Toni, Philip Jr., and Esther Caballero, all at home; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Pena of Ault and nine brothers and sisters, Mrs. Ruth Jimmenez of Fort Worth, Texas; Ruben Pena, U. S. Army, Mon- Vietnam; find Julian, Arlhur, Kinzer; and juvenile models, Danielle sud Dcnisse Arford and Branforr Van Desst. DENVER CASH GRAIN Wheat No. 1 hard winter ordinary l.H-1.18; Xo. 2 cwt sorghum 2.08-2.11; yellow com 2.202.25. . ; .- Beelham, and Mr. and Lembach. Participants Mrs. Mrs. from Roggen included Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sauter, Mr. and Mrs. Blick, and Mr. and Mrs. L,innebur. City Traffic Accidents Thirteen accidents were reported on Greeley streets during the weekend. The time and place of each accident and the vehicles, drivers and damages involved were: At 11:31 p:m. Sunday, 8th Avenue and 19th Street, a 1%5 sedan, Helen Maalove, 516 28th Ave., $300, and a 1964 sedan, Victor C. Borgeson, 827 8lh St., $250. At 6:28 p.m. Sunday, 8th Avenue and 22nd Street, a 1962 sedan, James C. Markley, Platteville, $250, 'and a 1963. sedan, Martin D. Hood, Lucerne, $150, and a 1963 sedan,. Anita Hackley, 821'22nd St;, none. At 2:54 plm.-Sunday, 8th Avenue and 19th Street, a 1959 sedan, Tommy Roy Arguillo, 1539 5th St., $250, and a 1909 sedan, -Tom Dixon Coffey, 525 22nd St., $400.' At 12:05 p.m. Sunday, 14th Avenue and 18th Street, a 1969 sedan, Ralph Ferreli Cowles, 1805 21st St., $25, and a parked 1969 sedan belonging to Ellen Freddie, George, Luiz, Robert and Miss Cruz Pena, all of Ault. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Adamson Memorial Chapel. In erment will be in the Ault Cemetery. cnTCAGO AP) -- ChlciKo Mercantile xchanKe--Batter steady; wholesale buy- ff prices unchanged; 83 score AA 67K; 82 A 6714; M B 6«. Kng* eteady; \vbMwaU buying prit** ncftanfiMi P) |*r |rnt or l»ll*r fnH» A hitcs «5; medium* 4U4l «lanlarl» «; hecks M. Longmont, and William Holzworth for Lovelan'd-Fort Collins. The Boulder Assembly was host for this gathering, at which representatives were present From the Loveland-Fort Collins, Longmont, and Greelcy-Roggen areas. Among those attending from Greeley were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Roehrich, Mr. and He married Erma Ashby al Sidney, Neb., on July 6, 1936. He was a member of the Foursquare Church of Sterling, anc was a veteran of World War II Surviving in' addition to his wife, Mrs. Erma Curtis, are six sons and daughters, Cecil Curlis of Denver, Randall E. 'Curtis of Greeley,' Darrell Curtis and David Curtis, both'of Stoneham; Mrs'., Anita Kohlschmidl of Crook, Mrs. Vicki Myers oi Greeley; a step-daughter,' Mrs Betty Snow of Canon City, anc 14 grandchildren. Surviving brothers _and sister include the Rev. Glen Curtis and the Rev. Harold Curtis, both of Los Angeles, Calif, the Rev. Gary Curtis of Illinois Asa H. Curtis of Sterling, Floyt Curtis of Cheyenne, Wyo., anc Mrs. Ruby McLean of Denver Funeral services will be helt at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Foursquare Church In Sterling followed by interment in River side Cemetery. Radford Funer al Chapel in Sterling is in charge of arrangements. Jacobson was born March 17 1893, at Seward, Okla., 'and came to Fort . Morgan as a young man. He was a veteran of World War I, and came to Greeley in 1934. He had work ed for Roger Brothers Seed Co. and later as a maintenance man at Colorado State College and the Greeley Public Library before he retired. His wife, the former Hannah Ellen Green, died March 15 1909. They were married in Greeley on Oct. 21, 1929. He was a member of the Firsi United Methodist Church, Col umbine Barracks No. 1509 World War I Veterans; Dis abled American Veterans Chapter 8; Victor Candlin Post No The day's program concluded 18| Americ an Legion; and Pio- .vith a steak dinner for the sir uiights and their ladies, served In the K of C hall in Boulder. neer Post No. 2121, Veterans o. Foreign Wars. Survivors include a daughter Mrs. Calvin (Dorothy) Craig of Colorado Springs; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Dewey (Opal; Wardrip of Eugene, Ore., anc a stepson, Chancie Meyers o Lewiston, Idaho. Also survivinf are 14 stcpgrandchildren and 27 stepgreat-grandchildren. Funeral services will be hek at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in the Adamson Memorial Chapel. In .erment will be in Linn Grove Cemetery. Kay Marner, $400. 1722 14th Ave., At 11:26 p.m. Saturday, 13th St. and U.S. 85 bypass, a 1964 sedan, Larry Delmon McQueen, 2333 5th Ave., $575, apparently a one-car accident. At 11:20 p.m. Saturday, loca- lion not clear, a 1969 sedan, Le-i land Wayne Wells, 1011 22nd St., damage not listed, and a 1968 truck, Vincent Arden Cyphers, 1708 13th Ave., $75. At 7:51 p.m.- Saturday, 25th Street and llth Avenue, a 1959 sedan, Charles Lee Snyder, 502 N. llth Ave., $200, and a 1962 sedan, Frederick Lee Kohl, 2030 8th Ave., $400. At 5:59 p.m. Saturday, in the 1600 block on 6th Avenue, a 1965 sedan, Charles L. Fagerberg Jr., 531 17th St., $400, and a 1967 sedan, Charles H. Huggins, 1806 7th Ave., $250. At 6:08 p.m. Saturday, 17th Street and 8th Avenue, a 1962 sedan. Lee S. Cummings, 2402Vi E. 18th St., $50, and a 1965 sedan, Kenneth B. Homersham Denver, $300. At 5:07 p.m. Saturday, 8th Avenue and 19tli Street, a 196! sedan, William Lee Porter, 52' 23rd Ave., $20, and a 1966 sedan Richard M. Hickey, 415 N. 21si Ave., $100. At 4:39 p.m. Saturday, 10th Avenue and 10th Street, a 1965 sedan, Roland L. Johnson, 240( lllh St., damage not clear, ant a 1969 sedan, Byron Raymonc Bronstein, 1231 29th St. Rd. ?200. At 12:22 p.m. Saturday, 16th Street and 10th Avenue, a 1967 sedan, Eliiabeth Ellen Pelcher Aurora, not listed, and a 196! sedan, Prudence Warren, 1629 14th Ave., not listed. At 10:37 a.m. Satur-lay, 8lh Street and U.S. 8S by-pass, a 1*66 sedan, Alboro Marquez Lucerne, $100, and a state highway sign. With Officers Tapes, Deck Stolen Leon Stoll, 711 28th Ave., tolc sheriff's officers Sunday tha a stereo tape deck and 12 tapes were, stolen from his car while t was parked al Post 'n Pike Break-in Reported Marvin Mellon, Johnstown old sheriff's officers Sunday .here had been a break in s lis home. Wipers Disappear Vance Hanan, 243Z 14th Ave. reported to police Saturday tha the windshield wipers were stol en-from his car. Theft Reported Tony Castillo of Ranch Whole sale Supply told police'Satur day a juvenile stole a tape re corder from the store. Windows Broken Art Ewald of Erickson's Greenhouse, 2415 8lh Ave., re ported Saturday that someon broke 30 windows in the green NEW YORK (AP) - New York Sfodc Exchange closing ndex: Market up 53 cents Index 52.63 up 0.65 Industrial 55.66 up 0.69 Transportation 42.74 up 0.47 Utility 39.60 up 0.40 Finance 70.81 up 3.37 , ·!.;(' Don Trailer Stolen Chandler, traffic ager for Monfort Packing Co. old police Sunday a 40-fool semi-trailer valued at $45,000 was stolen from the pack plant. The trailer had license AA 7437 and the word "Curtis' and the number "1513" paintec on the front and rear. Theft Reported Russell Laughlin, 1434 24t Ave., told police Sunday hi camper was broken into a Northern Colorado Grain and double sleeping bag, stove an oven and heater were stolen. Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO (AP) -- Monday: Prev High Low Close Clos WHEAT Dec 1.37V4 1.36% 1.36'A 1.35 : Mar 1.41 1.39% 1.40'/t 1.39 ; May 1.42 1.40 s /4 1.40% 1.39 Jul 1.37- 1.35% 1.S5V4' 1.34 s Sep 1.38V4 1.37% 1.38'/i 1.37 CORN Dec Mar May Jul Sep OATS Dec Mar May Jul Sep 1.2M 1.20 1.20% 1.18 1.27 1.25% 1.25% 1.23 : 1.29% 1.28% 1.29 1.26 ; 1.32 1.29 .64% .6814 .70 .68 .69 1.30% 1.3U4 1.29V 1.27% 1.27% 1.26 .63% .63% .63% .67% .68 .67 : .69V4 .69% .69V .67% .67'/« .67 .68%. .69 RYE Dec Mar May Jul Ssp SOYBEANS Nov 2.46 2.42% 2.43% 2.40V 1.15 1.14 5 4 1.14% 1.14V 1.18% 1.18% 1.18% 1.18 1.23 1.22% 1.23 1.22 121 1.21 1.21 1.21 Ian Mar May Jul {Aug 2.50% 2.48 2.48% 2.46V 2.57 2.53% 2.53% 2.51V 2.59% 2.57 2.57% 2.55 2.60 2.58% 2.5814 2.56' 1 ! i Weekend Deaths Up Highway Toll Colorado's highway fatality oil jumped to 518 Saturday with le deaths of two persons in eparate accidents. The State Patrol identified the ! ictims as Maria B. Atencio, 25, Honle Vista and Lee Me Ewen, 4, Grand Junction. Miss Alencio was driver of a ar which collided with another ehicie on Colorado 14-284 Sat- irday night in Conejos County. Her car apparently spun out of ontrol on a snowpacked road nto the other vehicle. The five persons in the other ar, driven by Jose Maria Es- rado, 36, Monte Vista, received minor injuries. Police said McEwen died when his car went out of con- rol in Mesa County and collid- ivith a car operated by Lawence L. Phipps, 46, of Grand unction. 60 Stranded (Continued from Page 1) normal two-hour trip from Den- ·er north to Laramie, Wyo., ook five hours. In the Colorado mountains, ac- -umulations from both storms measured up to 50 inches and he mountain'town of George- own was. completely isolated or a time {Saturday. Power and telephone failures were the rule in Colorado and Vyoming but officials said most had been taken care of late Sun- Isv In Denver, hardest hit by last 'eekend's wet snowstorm, ditions were bad. Streets in some parts of the city remained unplowed Sunday and hundreds of motorists were tranded by deep snow and the reezing roads. The Colorado ublic Service Co., said it received 7,600 trouble calls during he two days as compared to he 10,000 it received a week ago. Sunday night, a record low emperature of 16 degrees was recorded in Denver, breaking a mark that had stood for more ban half a century. At the Sta- jleton Airport, officials said a otal of 27 inches: of snow had alien from the two storms, » record for October. Nearly every part of Colors- lo received some snow this weekend. In the south, the tiny community of Beulah reported 30 nches and to the north, Conifer aid it had 23 inches. Pueblo received seven inches of new now and at Berthoud Pass, a otal of 50 inches was on the [round from the two storms. Ski area operators were about he only ones in a good humor as several resorts opened for he weekend. At Loveland Basin, the lift lines were long des- rite the treacherous roads and he skiing was good. Stock Market . 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Ck 28W+ % Piuips 49W+1VS ler' Tr 45?«+ % Phil Mor 29V4+ Vt elan Cp 63%+l% Phil Pet 27%+ % ·erro Cp 2356+ Vi -Poland- 137 + Vi ert-td 24 . + Vt Procter 9BM ssna A 25%+Hi Pub S Col 19V4+ Vi Vi .811 2Hi MPug Spl 30%+ Vi hei Ohio 58/»+ Vt Pullman 4SK+ y Chrysler 38 + V4 RCA 43 + % Cltlei Svc tWt Reput) Stl 37%+Hs Coca Cola 79 + % Rey Met 34 +2 Cole Pal « -- 14 Rey Tob 45/«+ Vs 44W+ % 27 3lo Intst 40VS+ % Roy Dut olu Gas 25%-- Vt Safeway _. oml Solv 18V4+1V4 SI Jos Let 33%-- % Comsat 49Vn+2S4 St Res P 38 + Vt Con EOLi 27«+ % Sa Kc Ind 28 Con Toodi 42'/«+lV4 Schenly 23W+ V* xint Alrl 12V4-- % Scaring 53W4-1W. 5nt On 74%+ -% Son Coat Oil 2814+ 'A Scott P 144 + Vt Scars 10%+ Vt Sou Cal E 32 4- % Crow Col 33Vi-- Vi South Co 25 +» Cnra Ztll 3ra+ % Sou Pic 361S-- V, CurUl* W 18V4+ Vt Sou Ry 3G'A-- V4 "irt In «Vi+ Vt Sperry 435S+ V* ire Co 36 + Vt Std Brad 45V+ Vi Jel Mnte 2TO+ Vt Sid O Cal 56V'+1 DtRGW 18H+ Vt Std O Ind 527i+ Vt Msney lot +7% Std o NJ 69 Dow Chm 69K+ % Std Pack 1W+ % Dress Ind 29%+ W Stauff 3514+ % duPont llG'A-t-4% studivth 47'/s+Ui East Air 17%+ 34 Swift 28 + u E Kodak 77V4+114 Tektrnbt 7015+ Vt Eaton a Y43 + Vi Tclcdyn 41%+2«i ElPaSO N 1814 Tenneeo 2«'«+ '/j Evans Pd 40%-- Vt Texaco 32V4+ Vi Evrshrp 24H+1V4 Tex O Sul 27VS+IW Colorado Falrch C 84 + % Tex Ins Firestne »%+ Vt Textron ·'ood Fair 21%-- Vt Thlokol Timk Rh 31 + i For McK 2714+ Vt Todd Shp 4C +2 Fre.p Sul 2414+1% TWA - «%%+ Fnieh Cp 2V4+ ?i Trans Am 25%+M ~ G«m Sko 22%-- % Tri Cont 33Vi+l« Gen Dm 234-- Vt TRW 3BV1+ VI Gen Elec 8614+ V, Twent C 20%+ % Gen Fd» 7H4+1V4 UAL 29-14+1% Gen Mills 34Y«-- Vt Un Carb 40*1+ % Gen Mot -72V4+ Ik Un Elec 18V1+ Vt i T«l El 33V.+ % Un 0 C«I 4.TO Gen Tir« 18%+ Vt Un Pao 4414 da Pac 47V4+ Vt Unit Alrc 44%+ % Gillette 44 Unit Cp !!«+ V5 Glen Aid g%+ % Un Frt 50Vi+2Vi lOodrcn Goodyr Gt NorRy 42% . US Ply 32V4+1W Gt WnUn 48V4+2y4 US Smlt 42%+314 Green Gt 3114+ Vi US SlI 37 + « Greyhnd 1TO-- Vt Varinn 35Ti+2% Gulf OH 33?'-- V* Wor Lara Iccla M 2S»4+ Vt Was Wat lolly Sue 2314+ Vi Wn AlrL «914+H» 21 +-V4 2M4 Homestk 23 -- V4 Wn Bone 3TO+ Vt fonywl .146Vi+5V4 Wn U Tel 4H4+ Vi daho Pw 29% ' Weyrshr 39Vi+ % deal Ba 12% White M 33%-- ,(, Jl Cent 3114-- % Woolwth 40%+m 1DM nt Harv 2614+ Vi Zenith 43 + nt Nick 3714+1% - Total N.Y. Stock Int Pap 38%+ 44 Salei: 13,820,000. NF.W YORK (AP)Fcd Hsrcs 6 -- Today's selcet*dFrontlcr 8M-1- Supreme Court Ousts Challenge To GW Merger WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court rejected today a challenge to the merger of the Colorado Milling Elevator Co. and The Great Western Sugar jompany. Jane Levin, a common stock shareholder of Great Western, claimed terms of the merger agreed to by directors of the ,wo companies in 1967, were un- air to Great Western common stockholders and that the direc ,ors of both companies violatec heir obligations. The federal district court for New Jersey and the U.S. Circui Court in Philadelphia rule againsl her. The Supreme Cour Followed'Suit, over the dissent o Justice William 0. Douglas. Great Western was the larges sugar beet producer in the Unit ed States and Colorado Milling was principally engaged in thi manufacture and sale of wheat [lour and animal feed. Miss Levin, who owned 20C shares of Great Western, was joined in the suit by other Greai Western stockholders. Waitress Clinic Cancelled Here The Waitress Clinic scheduled for this week at the First Baptist Church has been cancellec because of ,the weather. A spokesman for Greeley In formation and Referral Agency coordinator for the clinic sai Monday that the clinic would be rescheduled and the date, will be announced later. Faculty Wives' Meet Changed Due to the Colorado Educa tion Association convention, thi meeting of Faculty Wives hai been rescheduled and will te held Wednesday at 8 p.m. a John Evans Junior High School The meeting will be a last ing party. Each member is ask cd 2.56'i 2.54% 2.55 2.53!i)reeipe to bring a ipe »r it. salad and the 31 +V 29V.+ Ml MARKETS DENVER (AP) -- Cattle 1,000: ralVM I; jlaughter tieUcrj choice yield «raa« 890-1120 Ills 26.95-27.15i high cutter and tllity cows 19.30-21.COi cutter 18.50-20.00: w canncr 17.50-18.501 slaughter bull* w utility arid commercial 23.10-24.70. Hogs «0i barrows and Hilts 50 higher a limited supply! US 1 and 2, 200- JO IDS 26.7i-27.00i sows steady lo 25 hlgh- ·i US 1 to 3. 30MOO Ibs 23.75-24.50. Sheep 3,400; slaughter lambs 50 hlxheri :hcr classes not well established early: uyers were aggressive because recent tow sturms .made It near impossible to lovo lambs [rum their Iccdlots: slaugli- Iambs choice and prime 93-105 Ibs 9.40-30.00. IVESTOCK OMAHA (AI) -- Cattle, 8000; calvel 100; steers 25-50 hiKher; heifers 25 hich- r; cows and bulls moderately active, 'eady; feeders stendy to stronKi slaugh- jr steers high choice and prim*! 1123 Us 29.251 choice 1000-1250 Ibs 27.50-28.50; ood and choice 975-1225 Ibs 27.00-27.75: ood 25.00-27.00; standard and low good 23.50-25.00: slaughter heifers high choice nd prime 925-975 Ibs 27.40-27.50; choice 25-1000 Ibs 26.25-27.25; good .Ind cholcv 00-975 Ibs 25.75-26.00; good 23.50-25.75; andard and good 22.50-23.50; cows utility nd commercial 20.00-21.50: canncr and utter J8.oo-20.oo; bulls utility, commer- al and good 23:00-24.50; choice C50-776 j feeder steers 31.00-32.50; high good nd choice 550-700 Ib feeders 30.00-3Z.OOi hoice 525-650 Ib Iccdcr hellers 28.50-30.50. Sheep 1500; slaughter lambs steady to 5 higher, advance on shorn lambs: shorn aughter lambs choice some lots with nd prime 90-98 Ibs with No 1 pells 9.00-29.25; woolcd slaughter lambs choice omc lots with end prime 85-110 Ibs 28.2528.50; shorn slaughter ewes good .50-8.50. Hogs 5000; barrows and gilts 25 higher: -3 200-240 Ibs 26.00-2G.50: 2-4 240-270 lb» 1.50-26.25: SOWS weighing 300-350 Ibs ·tcady to 25 lower; heavier weights eady to 25- higher:' 1-3 3IXMOO Ibs 23.75-24.25; 2-3 400-COO Ibs 23.00-24.00. KANSAS CITY AP) -- Cattle 2,900: alvcs 100; steers and heifers 25-50 high, r; cows steady to 25 higher; feeders teady; steers good and choice 27.50-28.50; ood 25.50-27.75; heifers choice 26.507.00 good and low choice 24.75 - 26.50; ·ows.uUlity and commercial 19.75-21.25: Igh dressing utility 21.50-75: feeder stwrs tcers cholco 550-750 Ib 30.00-33.00; high ood and choice 010-749 Ib 30.00-32.50: hoice G75-950 Ib 28.00-30.00; good 500-750 b 27.00-30.50; V00950 Ib 20.00-28.00; slecr alves choice 325-500 Ib 33.00-36.00; good nd low choice 31.00-34.00. '. Hogs 4,500: barrows and gilt* mostly 5 to instances 50 higher: closing steady; -3 200-260 Ib 25.75-26.25; 2-4 260-275 Ib 5.50-75; sows "steady to 50 higher, with Host advance on weights over 500 Ib: -3 300-600 Ib 23.00-24.00; 500-600 Ib 23.24- Sheep 100: woolcd Iambs steady; ewes carce; wooled iambs choice 27.50-28.25. 12li + Vt 28%+iy. 125H- V, LIVESTOCK ST JOSEPH CAP) -- Cattle 3500, alvfis 300! slaushtcr cteers mostly .25 IBhur: lieifers RradinR better than low hoice and weighing over 850 Ibs 25 high- r, other weights and grndps mostly teaUy; cows strong to 25 highcrl Dulls trong to 50 higher; feeder classes steady 0 strong; slaughter steers choice and irime around 1250 Ibs 29.50; choice nnd rime J01G-11GO Ibs 29.15-20.35; pood and hoice 27.25-28.00; good 24.50-27.00; stand- rd to mostly good liolstcins 24.35; heif- rs choice and prime 950-fl75 Ibs 27.50; Itility and commercial cows 20.00-21.75. (*ancr and cutler 18.00-20.75: utility, com- mctcial and good bulls 23.50-25.75; high ood nnd choice 800-aoo Ib feeder steers 7.00-28.50; choice 585 Jb yearling steers _ 1 50 Sheep 100; slaughter lambs generally tcady; slaughter lambs choice and iruno 85-105 Ib 28.00-29.00; No. 1 pelt horn Iambs at 29.00; slaughter ewes and feeder lambs scarce. Hogs 5000: barrows and gilts opened teady to 25 higher; US 1.3 190-280 Ib 13.75-20.25; sows 50 higher; 1-3 300-600 bs 23.50-24.75. US Gyp 27H+ 54 US Ind 347V1+ =lt Xerox American Stock Ex- Gen Ply change prices: Husky Close ChgeKaiscr erojet 16»+ % Mid Fin Ark L Cm 27 + H Scurry Asamcra 23^H- lit Syntex Cdn Javo 1336 Tc hnco 22^-Data C 9W + y t Wn Kuclr 9%-f » Wt+ Vt 20li-- lij 9M STOCK AVERACES Compiled By The Associated Press 30 15 15 60 Indus Hails Utils Stacks A7.0 A0.9 A1.3 A3.5 429.9 152.1 132.5 207.5 429.9 151.2 131.2 284.1 Jet change londay 'rev. day Veek ago Ionth ago fpar ago NEW YORK (AP) -- Dow Jones stock averages. Open High Low Clo« N.C 422.4 150.5 132.1 283.8 432.5 154.0 135.4 2M.7 511.1 212.1 U8.3 354.8 808.94 820.88 804.51 819.30+12.3 ndus .... tails 196.99 198.74 195.32 197.23 +!.! Utili 111.29 112.70 110.59 112.03 -1-1.1 15 Stocks 274.18 277.62 272.38 276.41 +3.1 Transactions in stocks used in average ndustrials 6G7,30a 55 Stocks 1,046,800 CHICAGO (AP) -- Futures trading 01 lie Chicago Mercantile Exchange Frt day: Priv Opin High Low clou Cloi LIVE BEEF CATTLE Oct 28.80 28.90 28.80 28.87 -28.8 'ec 28.60 28.72 28.57 28.72 28.C5 eb 29.35 29.50 29.25 29.42 29.22 pr 29.30 29.70 29.30 29.65 293 un 29.45 29.70 29.40 29.65 29.4 UK 29.20 29.55 29.20 29.55 29.3 ct 29.20 29.37 29.20 29.37 a29.1 'ec 29.20 29.35 29.20 29.35 29.00 Sales: Oct 598; Dec 693; Fell 599; Apri 715; June 349; AuB 99; Oct'70, 13; Dcc'70 Supreme Court To Hear Draft Objector Cases WASHINGTON (AP) - Th Supreme Court agreed today tc hear a dispute over whethei nonreligious objectors to thi Vietnam war have a right lo bi exempt from combat. Two cases that bear on thi: question will be heard at a dati yet to be set. Both are tests o the conscientious objector provi sion of the 1967 draft law. The law grants exemption only to men who oppose war be cause of "religious training am belief." Ih one case the government i appealing a ruling by Federa Judge Charles E. Wyzanski Jr of Boston that this distinction amounts to unconstitutional dis crimination. In the other case, a Los An geles computer engineer, Elliot Ashton Welsh II, is appealing three-year prison sentence fo refusing Army induction. Israeli Jets Again Attack Arab Positions TEL AVIV (AP) - Israe jets streaked across the Jorda River today to attack an Ara guerrilla stronghold 15 mile northwest of Amman, the Jorda nian capital, the Israeli militar (command announced. Hogs 4,000; butchers weak to 50 ower; 1-2 sorted 205-235 Ib butchers 26:75-27.50; 1-3 200-250 bs 26.25-26.75; 2-3 230-260 Ibs 26.00-26.25; 2-4 250-270 Ibs 25.5026.00; 3-4 270-300 Ibs 24.75-25.50; sows steady to 25 lower; 1-3 350-400 Ibs 23.50-24-.50;' 2-3 500600 Ibs 22.50-23.25. Cattle 10,000; calves none; slaughler steers and heifer steers steady to 25 lower;' prime ,200-1,450 Ib slaughter steers yield grade 3 and 4 30.75-31.50; ligh choice and prime 1,125-1,400 Ibs 29.50-30.75; choice 950-1,350 Ibs yield grade 2 lo 4 S8.25- 30.00; mixed good and choice 27.75-28.50; high choice and )rime 900-1,050 Ib slaughter leifers yield grade 3 and 4 27.7528.00; choice 825-1,050 Ibs yield grade 2 to 4 26.75:27.75; mixed ;ood and choice 26.00-27.00. Sheep 200; wooled slaughter lambs and ewes fully steady to strong; part deck choice 114 Ib wooled slaughter Iambs carry- ng some buck lambs 28.00; shipment choice 135 Ibs 27.00. BEANS DENVER CAP) -- U.S. No. 1 196.1 crop pintos 6.75. No. 2 fi.25 FOB Denver rate basis; Great Northerns U. S. No. 1 1969 crop 6.50, U.S. No. 2 6.20 FOB Nebraska rate basis. DENVER (AP) -- U.S. rail shipments Oct. 10-12. 252. 116, 5; Colorado 6,7.0; Colorado arr. 1, unloaded 1, diverted fl, on track 0; Idaho arr. 1, unloaded 1, diverted 0, on track 0: Washington arr. 2. unloaded 2, diverted 0, on track 0. Itolorndo trucking 17. Market steady -- 100 Un U.S. No. t size A washed unless otherwise stated; norcolds and russets 6*14 oz. Colorado 5.00-5.25; So-lb cartons 80-100 count /Colorado-Washington 3.25-3.50;, Idaho 4.00; Colorado red McClurcs 3.73-4.00; 2 1-8 in. min. Colorado 10-lb sacks round reds Colorado 45-47 cents; norgolris Colorado 48-50 cents: round reds Colorado 20-lb sacks U.S. No. 2 6065 cents. EGGS DENVER CAP)--Market slighily stron- ,r on medium and smalls: demand moderate; offerings adequate. Prices paid tor consumer grado eggs delivered in Denver loose or in cartons Ccartons furnished by buyers) cases in* eluded: large AA 40-45, mostly 42; medium AA 37-41. mostly 37-38: small AA 27-29, mostly 2(1-27: large A 37-44. mostly 4041; medium A 38-40, mostly 36-37; large B 29-31, mostly 28-29. KANSAS CITY CAP) -- Wheat 150 cars. t to IV^ higher. No 2 hard and dark hard l.OS^i, No 3 11V*. No 2 red 1.41V4- 1.43, No 3 1.40y-1.42n Corn 121 cars, unchanged to 2'A higher. No 2 white 154-163, No 3 112-162n No 2 yellow and mixed 12SV4, No 3 121-126Vi. Oats 9 cars, unchanged to Vt higher. No 2 white 60-V-71, No 3 58%-70n. Mllo maize 203-214n Rye 203-214n Barley 89-98n Soybeans 23U4-246n Sacked bran 4750-1825 Sacked shorts 4750-1825 Wheat futures closed from unchanged to up % Wheat futures: Dec Open Hlch I/ny Ciosa 1.35W 136« 13M4 136VJ Mar 1.38 138% ]37!fi 13BV1 May 1.36 1 A 1363'* 136% 136H July 1.33 133 132H 132T, Sept- '.". 1.35Vi 135% 135 135Vi lOJVi Cash Grain CHICAGO (AP) - 'Wheat No 2 hard yellow 1.35!4n; No 2 soft red 1.35!4n. Corn No 2 yellow 1.25%n. Oais No 2 extra heavy white 59n. Soybeans No ] yellow 2.59%!]. Soybean oil 11.25n. Local Market (Corrected to Oct. U) Pinto Bean Crop: New Crop __$6.75 Old Crop 6.00 Wheat _ ._ 1.04 Oats - 2.00 Corn ._ 2.15 Barley _ 1 2.00

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