Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 8, 1955 · Page 31
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· {· FOR 8ALE--Dtreo -truck/'Pii. 2M1 i ."' itM, : TORD',Tid«:-ifo'.-'iini.; ' t-..j,«jWv«. II.MO .cm.i ral ii. sk ,, p ;. . ; «uck 6l»ppn'Milton,-Ml. u t h ' g i , : r QUALITY/, ·USED.CARS: 1953 Deaoto'VS dlub' ! dpe. N*W: tubeless.-_.tirps. Low '' mileage. Fully equipped. . 1951 Bulcjc: Super Hard; topi Beautiful Brown and ; White Tutpne. . / 1950 Po'ntiac 8 ChiefUin, deluxe' 2-do'or. Original- -·- finish is perfect. ;·-- --.··.. · - · , 1949; Plymouth; 4-.D o o r. Like ne\v H inside and out. ; These Cars :; Priccd to Sell. '. : Low cost'financing. ' . COZEfjS;DRALLE : MOTOR COMPANY 611.8th Ave. . Phone 1358 . 'iii'd'Triicks - OK 1310 Eighth Avenue 1950 Plymouth Special · 'Deluxe 4 Doon Nicely equipped, light gray finish. . - _ . ' . - ' · ... : - $585;;;.; 1951 Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe 2. Door.- Heater, .radio, seat .coverS: and. PowerGHde. C r y s^t a 1 . ~ green.' t. .* -,' ; · · · 1954 Chevrolet BelAir 2 Deter. ' Heater, radio, ' seat covers, PowerGlide ana lovely' tutone. .' Save -Yourself |$$$ : 1947 Pontiac 2 Door. .A solid piece of transportation. v . ' ,. . . ': · : 1951' Plymouth Special ' Deluxe 4 ' Door, Com- . . pletely equipped. Dark gray finish. , , 1947 Chevrdlet 4 Do6r. 1946' Chevrolet. 2-Do.or. '.1950 Ford V-8 Custom Deluxe 2 Door. A black . .beauty. · · - · · : ' . ;":;- '.$585; , 1949' Studebakcr Land-. ' cruiser 2 Door. A solid piece of transportation. :;. ··· $395. - 19150 Studebaker 2 Door. Complctley equipp^l, dark green finish. A steal at \-,$535 · : GHEVRbLET:CQ. ; ; .tJSED.'CAR LOT/ - . ' '13%Eighth" Avenue 7 ' : " : », Tmdu'.;41 1)51 Ford. I. Low ··_too TubbM.-- Mu.HMW." -yEUWAHUS Ctnr'akl' . foi ti«w ·«« « ·. FOR BAM^l'jSl! rirmoulh 1B bur- bint radio. heltr, ovirdrlv*. Tit-, *«i« -r*rty. EtexTnri- fjll nnj. .' 'OK SALE-^-Trixlii for («fdfr hodM. miliar* iprMdcn, tte. RUM!] Uo*. lor Co.. tMO'Soolk Itf A»i««* You Can't;Buy;-:; ·Any That : Are' A«k''ibout our-"LIFE' TIME WARRANTY on all ril bur used carsr Tha longer'you nwn on« of our carfc the morp tuluabli thlawarrant3r';bficpmM.to you.-: ALL WINTERIZED - '52 NASH AMB. i-Drl · METCHEV. 2-Dr./ / · '51 PLYMOUTH 4-Dr. · i . '47 PLYMOUTH 2-Dr. ' ' '49 BUlCK.Super 4 Dr. ·/ '52 DESOTO 4 Dr. ; ' '46DESOTb:4.Dr.'' ' '47 FORD 2-Dr. . . ' . " . '53 CHRYSLER NY 4 Dr.' '51 BUICK Ifardtop , ' ; - ' '50 PLYMOUTH Coupe .'. ' .'48'BUIGK --. . . · '53 PLYMOUTH 4 Dr. '50 CHRYSLER Club ; '54 PLYMOUTH 4 Dr. '51 CHRYSLER 4 Dr: · -: '47 DODGE CLUB CPE. : '48 FORD 4 Dr. '49 FORD V-.8-2 Dr. ; · "'55 V-8 ' STUDEBAKER. 1/2-Ton.Pickup. '...".-". · S A V E with our NEW, LOWER Finance Rates. : WE WON'T BE UNDER- VSOIJD ON FJNANCiNG. ^OPEN UNTIL 8:30 P.M.' : W()KUND MOTORS . . Chrysler-Plymouth : Used 404 8th Ave. Ph. 1352 1950' Ford V-8 .Custom Deluxe Fordor. Heater, radio, and overdrive. Light green finish. ·19.51 Buick 4.Door. Nicely equipp*d,"b«autiful tu- tone finish. *. . " · - - - ".. . ' Use 'Our.Low Cost Finance Plan. TRADE-INS :.:' : 1955 CADILLAl) ;\ :· 62 Coupe;;6,400 actual miles. H . R, Hydro," elec4 trie windows, 1 4' way s e a t , ' One careful Greeley^ owner. · · ' " . . · ' 1953 (MOBILE 1 · Super 88 4 Dr. : HR, Hydro, low rniles, one careful owner, beautiful . . . t w o tone,color. 1953 BUICK . ..' ' ,. Riviera .Hardtop, HR, one. own-; er, low ' i . miles,' guaranteed 1 i k e new. ' .. ';"' 1951 CADILLAC ., ; ; 62 4 Dr. Sddan.' HR Hydro. New car. cbn'd i t i on through o u t . A; real buy. 1951 OLD.SMOBILE · Super 88 4 Dr., heater,' Hydro, - one owner. . 1950 OLDSMOB1LE ? : Super "88 sedan · c o u p e , HR, , ' . standard s h i f t, · · ' , · ; 'real nice.;,:' ·..; - ·194?, PLYMOUTH/ . - - Special Deluxe 4 . '. Div.HR, -J195. : : : Many Others ; ; ' -trade-Terms./· ,_gn,7th',St.'';,: ..' .Ph.-399 : . USED CAR LOT- : 430 8th Ave. . ; Ph. 800 ·open until 8:00 p.m. .-«: . 'Club'Coup*.;. '. : '47?'Buick//' · ··' · ·*'-. ··'Seft.anefUV.^;"-. '47 .Pontiac ; .' ·.2-Door Sedan. '.' '.46 Ford '-.'. ··:'.' . ',·'·-. 2-Door Sedan.' '49 Nash "600" $285 '. · - -'Sedan. - - . . . . ' · .-'' · ·'. . - : '$JL95"'i $175',; -. : 2-Ptwr, oyerhauUd. , .' : '52,. Plymouth'. V?'^$7?S . /- -v. Cranbrook i-pborV-V '·' -'51. 1 'CluVCoupe. ';"-. · 41 :· ' J-Door " Be i · n;.'. R*dto ( - ··· i . .heatftr. -- 'compute ."en-.. · .-. ". jine overhaul. -: -.. · ,/ 1 '50 M e r c u r y . . ' " ?625 ; - * 4-Door Sed^n' with r*ilio , ; heater,- s«at-coTer*, good '. ''-, 'tide's--A";real.nlcft' car t · '51'DeSoto V: ; : ' ; $665 ; 4-Door Sedan -wij.ti 'radio, · heater, seat covers, jood : ; "IIre's i ahd paint,-Bemi-au-' i tornatlc- tranBniEasion. · '54 Pontiac ." ' ?1545 : ."· :· : ; Chltftain 1 Deliixe 2-poof ^ v Sedan, irith raflio, heitftr, ' ''.:' ' new.tire*,; dual Hydramat*' ' , Ic tran»raliilon.. \ ", Lowest'Finance Rates Finest Reconditicyiirig i OPEN EVENINGS TILIJ.8 " WELD COUNTY : j GARAGE - " . : · ; v '64 Chevrolet 2-por..Se-; ' '-^Jan. Very .low 'niil«- ' ; ^=*gc^ heater, - - signal^; ;'.. ; . lights, excellent tires.'. ···'.· : Like new inside »hd;'i* ·'·''·':'. out. 1 ' . ' /·;' '- .;·'';··: -, -'62 Chevrolet 4-Do6r-SeT- : : : d*n. Radio, .heater, , v Pp^yerGlide tranamis- " .. ··'·' siori, original finish. A - ' ..'r'eal buy. '·· · '53 'Chevrolet Club' Coui*.' / Radio, heater, seat v ' covers, w h i t e w » 11 ' . "· ^tires. Cleanest 'car; in , - · '·' ' SI5 llth St. ,U«*d Cir Lot · 1955 . Ford; r»irlane Club : Sedan: · Radio,* 1 h e a t e r , Fordomatic, n ew tvi^eles 5 tires, one local .bwrier. 1955 Ford F-100 1/2' Ton Pickup. Valve-in-head 6 cylinder ',; motor, : three speed transmission, Fresh · Air heater.'.Very low mileage, one local owner. :: $1345,; 1953 Ford Victoria. -Radio, '. heater, :For3orhfttic, twrp : tone finish, low'mileage, loSally owned. . ; 1941 Chevrolet'.1/2 Ton Panel! First-come, first served. ·$95 ·1?54- Chevrolet /j Ton Pickup. Completely., over T haukd- raptor, excellent rubber. This pickup is'A-1 thfuout. bne'local owner. :$1295 1953 Ford , Custpmlinei Fordor, V-8 motor. IRadib, ; he»ter, overdrive.' "Coin: plete . motor' overhaul, l guaranteed 90 idays or 4,000 miles. Beautiful new ' finish. Special-this-week only. ' '.$1295' 1952 Chevrolet Styleline . deluxe 2-Dob'r.. Radio and' h e . a t e r , exceptiorstly. clean.. - A-l thruout. Only 195r Merctfry 4-Dopr. .Ra^ dio, heater, Mercpmaticl · · Special Price:" . '-.'.; '5i''For'd Club ipoupe.,' ", , Radid, . . heater, he\j? .-'motor, new clutch. ' -. · Very clean. ' ' · '4 9. Ford Tudor. .MOTOR,C();, ; :INC. MARKETS '.'^ Radio, .heater, over. : ''drive,, excellent meV;'' .. ' chanical condit i o n, · .; '. Our'very beat buy! ", , 'S3 iBuick 2-Door Sedan.' · Kadipi heater, orginal , ,. finish, like naw.'Sharp j . " 'a's a" tack. . . . ' '59 .Chrysler Highlander. V" 4-D6or Sedan. Radio, · r f e . a t e r j Gyromatic 1 "·. · trari'smissipn, h e R r 'new "tire's,' new.-seat , covers," · '51 Nash Ambassador ' -··_ · '4-Door Sedan. Radio, ' - --'heater, overdrive. Mo- · ' tor completely r'econ-: · ditioned. Inside like '53. Plymouth 4-Door Se-' . . d a n . Radio, heater | bv- 'erdrive. 'Near ' hew . . tires. Cleanest '63 on '."· the lot. ' ' · ' . . - ' '53 Plymouth 4-Door Se- · . dan'. Cranbrpok mode! . ' Heater. A' local rhinis- ter'g'Car. .'53 "Dodge 4-Door. Sedan. Radio, theater, over. - drive, original finish. ·'··'. A. beautiful car worth r..: the money. .. : . '.", '54 Dodge Club Coupe;' Two-tone green, radio', . "heater,- w h i t e w a 1 1 ·tires', 14,000 actual . · · miles. · · · ' ' " · 20 OTHER MODELS ' ALL MAKES ; ALL PRICES ·.' All 'Cars Winterized : :··-.. : -All Guaranteed . './".'WELLS 1 -'". '..' '- 1 : ···'· 'SELLS "· , "'".BETTER - USEDCARSI'-'-. - ; n- -.«u't«; urui Ui; A,'*U-»J; u ii-iv; uicitim fliu - ' - rtp. . . bte^l 1 fcnu-.a.i-u-o^iv J'gr" u", b. urtjieia I W j b " tlay pmlci, «iDi»Ka i«ic' i5uu 'icliiQif K.VU.6.LU lor J. 6. QD.-l and e.fc? lor \1. a. AD." 2, IIBfiVEK POTATOES .i ^ '. ''IDUil LI,'" U. iji]piaciiU:(bCj Co'o. IS] on ^?--~ i,-'l)slu. ~ .=mv:s"/lc:^? £,-»:«dM 3; trucked . i n : Uolc. £..' ; .M«Iltt Atcidy U. Is, rfo." 1 rusieli ( oi. Kfn, 29^10 p«r"-ccnt 1Q 01. led Urxtr ,15- t.'to', .IS.lt- ui.. '^. . , . ·i a/i . Z.ira-3.1l; ^ l / « . i n . niEn.' . . reei 2«i In. , , . m. U. S/NoT'l. .K N E W . Y O K K DHrJSbEU HEAT '.Compared i ficec . uncnanz ·Icdj-; Jimb t *i«t aqd cow , Ittlljr , . . _ _ 10me con- e*ijkmi un he*vi«r *r.cta c«itueta prime.- «l«r b«i · circitic* WO-'iW · I\JL 38.CnMO.DO; IQ'J-bvQ Ibi. 36.WU-3i.\ptj cbulcc tOO-TCD Ibi.'- 3C.QO; 10U-.0 " Ibj, '.35 3S,M; pruxc'teil 80*110 -Jii. 'ii.uO-lb crrtie* I9,WM2.Q'j; tbcice *ad price* 1 ·circuiu under K-!!». If.vc-iQ.W; good *U wtlgnij 35.Ce-37.CO. *·' . . CHICAGO "BUTTER AND tuus 'Butter ileadri'receipt?:147.161 j whole- *·'· buying prices. uncbaDRed to - Vi hither; Wicor* AA 67.B; « A 57.5; *. B 4fc.6j 89" C 64.76; c*r« 90 J I J . 1 J . i 3 C E.S.I, . - - v . . . 'Ess* w«»k;' reccipli 11,631; buyir.K '.prices unchanged to : 1 II.. S. ]»I-K whilrj- WJ.Sa.9 .vtc. rcnl A'* 46.B; raUed 46.b; n-.edlurrii' 4S; U. S it»tdi[!i - 4 5 . B ; (iirtiu · 31;- cbecki' 33 CENVLR LIVESTOCK ' - \ ' .- ·Cailli EDO; X»cd]y 'enough offered l l«l m a r k f t ; few nl« frd fceH«r* ant cotvi Btradr; 2 b»dj - iverige to · hhrl good led heifer* 1B.W-1E.60; tevei.l .Jofc c^Rtirrt, cutl«r» rd !otf utility -o*i fi.Qg 10.00; .few lots ·tixk rmltl* unwld. -' Catvei 100; few FoU »ood "»ni. chulfe li.W-lfi.BI. - . ., . -·. - Hog« 700; turoTi and flltj »tpdjr S. 1, 2 »nd 3 Urrawj and' gilU !002oO ]bi. 10^6-UJi; ^IOA-I ·TrriECn.T 37S-SEO Ibs. TBO; F.«,- Shwp 703; rnoitly ilriOv; aood Kiii choice '-under 110 Ib. MoolH lUugtil* liwti IT.EO-Ir^pa; i^txjnd. Ill )b. welcht. prtc'n Kt 17.13; 2 kadi rood »d chok 70-13 Ib. feeder )imbi'18.C3; ihort drcl -. ; ... \*:\~.' '";v.v5,( : -v.' : . ;·* .v '.j.-.: i.j-f,-.;-'.J : /;"v/;:;:- f i, · ...^ BY^^BUjNE-^p^i!'Siu^ /: ; to ^Pour oflices/ two o( k them''federal Hlces,^ will-- move ^Into. the..newly cmodclcd- Joed building - a t '-1002 Ninth street this'[Week.::.:.!.:I "The two .federal'offices^ a r i t - t h e J. S. 'Social; Security;-'AdminIstra- ion'and the local board.No, 1- of he U. S. Selective Service. -: 'The' o t h e r - t w o .oUices'are those if · W. H; HunckcV.certified .pubji? i^countanti- and Kennel^; F. ^Bin- torn, the'architcct in charge of remodeling the former Greelcy Clinic milding into the present Joed bu.ld- and-"the" three" new buildings vhich'are^in'ihc'pUftnLng Mrid-buitu- ng'stago at present.',." · -· \ .-TheV''.Sclecl\ve Service office noved Wednesday frdnVJts former ocation in."room 305 of the' Greeley : Both the/Socikl Security.-and..the Kinhorn" offices- moved .Thursday morning?-The two-offices .were formerly in the Park-Place building on Eighth .street. ' .-. : · " ' . " " . / - . I \Huneke plans'to move on Friday rrom his office in the Greele'y building. " - - . v-" - ·", · The two federal offices will be on [he main floor" o.EJHe Joed building Hun eke and Eihhdrn will have their offices on'the second floor. All telephone numbers «a"nd -She Social Security mailing address, ~Box : 730, Greelcy, will rematn the sanier- " An additional.'400 1 fcet : of office space remnins^.to be rented "Jn Uic Joed building., - . f : . « ; ^,/ ( ; -f."' The Joed- building"'is 6\vncdiby the Joed corporation, composed primarily of Drs. Joseph L. arid Edivin J. H^efclij.optometrlMs... ^ . -·. ' JEvenlually there -will.', be . four buildings on the-corner of Ninth street and Tenth avenue,; Dr. Joseph Haefeli said Wednesday.. DAVID o. BARIUTHER,;AP R« ' ' ^ R E M O V A B L E doubl* :ii'h wlndowi are tasy ' \o wash. Indoor »« . This., is ' the!. season,: of., window . _ _ . , - . _ , itrt and , ·frri h e i f f r i iVfraec 'choke arnl better mostly iteidy: itcady to »-r«V ;"inii»ncei 22 tower; alocttr* ar.il tttttit icirc*, un- eh»Ti?*d; chotre tt\ liter* 19.CB-21.00; Eood to tqvr choice Bteen K.CD-18.26; prime KM Ib. helled 11.26; good to tow choice 16,00-18.00;' utility ami conmr.rrcltl ratvi S.lS-lO.Bt; c«anet!a »ni cuttcii 7,10-8.76. Hoki H.6CD; butcher Heady lo Z5 McH. er; it«idy; IOM *tc»iSy fo *!IOEC; m\%t*\ lo!8 U. S. 1, 2 ar.d 3 b-jfeV.fr* 180-2^0 Ibi, 14.13-ll.Hr IQWI 2TO-1EI Itn. K,I«-5.7S. Sh«p I B M ; uooTrd Alxushttr ' lumbi ·te*dy to tO h l f h f r ; , shorn lan-.M *m\ otirr -UJ^M iteadr: 1 lo* 1 ! choice and, prime SS 1U voo!e-l lUunUer lambs 1E.C»; I d«ck ' ehotct ai»d p r i m * 97 ilb,. vroo!e*! · tnuihlcV Tin^bs 11.7E; wvenil Imirfs aL ·w«c J.OO-4.7B. - - ': cKibAnn LIVESTOCK Hutcbvr hogl void kt«ady la !5 tenLi hlzV.er Thpr*d»y while ions rtcilly sailncd 1 5 unU. -. . , - · . , - - - . · Ho«t IBS to 226 pojnd tulfbfri kroughL S10.K4 (O IH.5^.13* l» 260 iHHjndec* I9.1A to "IIO.TS, Sowi »otil froin 57.75 tn 19.25. Uood to iverdRe rholee *!t*ra .vent nt brliert brJeilnc *1B.CO lo *20.EO, Coiri 19 03 to f 11.1?.' [·nhi field iteaJy »! I!?.C* to (13.00 K A N S A S CITY LIVESTOCK ( ' · 1S.50-17.2SI utility a n d ecniinfrc3»l CQWI fl.00-10.50;. ranr.er '*«d eult«r,. 8.19-0.00 j rhok» knrf Recorder. System Takes, Guided-Missile Dala= : '. v PASADENA, Calif. -- An'nulon tic electronic tapc:recording sytciri t h a t .collects test dala .on aircrati and guided missile: in flight under coixlitions. in which hiim"an.'i..can!t survive has,; been" developed-by a Pasadena 1 company^'' 1 ' ''' ' " - - ' * · ; : '.Tho ·'deyiso -performs.-with.-less Uian^'dne'-'perccnt^'crr'or/- the ^company claups^-H'; \VorV:s^i!ke-" ( thlsT Pressure/" temperature..^-alt i E u d b j vihratioi;,'. .'and ^acceic^atr^il'^ayc measured--by tiny... sensing, deyitjcs called .transducers -thai''are-placed at' p .test points! r Vi'_.·'",'.,";'.';',;'/''. These' -tonvert' the-- mcasure- ., problems. : . .. ^- Panes- fogged \vith-.cbiidensnUon are drippin'g moisture on woodwork ' ' a n d wallpaper,-' leaving s l r e a k s . o n the glass -to spoil last week's window washing job. Jack Frost's- chilly-* a r t -work pn';thc glass makes -us 'IHOVB -our -chairs closer ,to the, middle of. the. room, Drafts whistle, in around. the edges p{ sash and' frame lo ronitml-. \is that ' our little." shack is neither tight nor snug. ..... - It all . makes you wonder ' how people will live - i n ' Ihcsc nesy hdiiscMhnUhave' glass' walls 'two ' low To Keep Gift i. , 'lanis Growing 'Hom.bmakcrs'.rbc'eiving-plants a.3 jills at .Christmastime 'can tako pcci.il steps to keGp'-thpsC'plarits rcnvmg long beyond the lioltday casbn. Gift plants arc pampered . .nil'trnincd lo reach the'.recipient n -grbcnhousc pcr(cclion.-The;De- embur. issue pf''Bctler : Hqmes fc lardcns ipagozino suggestsjjvays I k e e p i n g - t h e m lhat wa^,'.-. ·· Poins'ettas/says'JhG.arUcje'j'^ieed illle care, except'(laily 1 watering. llon i.fia; i i JJ-kln'n. 'trtd n\* He. 1, 2 ftnrl 1. 1SO*HO Ib. ID.lb-lt.fi}; o«t ll«J» lo 13 hljh«r Hi 7.CO-9.1S. Sh««p-200: nldiHyr tonA \n prirac 70-110 Ml'l] Ti°itxxi u-oolsi! lUuihler' tir«' i-vf Ss l0 li.'Vr«llv« 1 f«rfe'r "imbTM l£c£li,H. Chicago Grain ' CHfCAGO,Ufl -- Soybeans scored modest gains while wheat '/altered in ''an -attempt 'to extend Us advance' into the fourth day on the Board 'of Trade Thursday. 'Profit Making got the belter of \vhcat' after fractional gains right at the opening." Rye cased with .wheat. Feed grains were mixed although corn " at . times showed flashes of strength. The ftojfnjr prTreii " · .WkeUi E«. 2.0». ' Corn: Dee. 1.27 I/*. OftU: Utc. .Sn/2. ' ., - ' · - - ' ' . . , DM contract*. Jin, 2.261/2. ' mcnts into electrical 'signals,- an ainp\ifier'.' boosts* the signals strength, and they are recorded , on ' ' ,- (or 6ne tiling; they'll have to'live right aKd'kcop their houses' ventilated enough to get rid 6t excess, -huiiiulltyjand-i indoor 'house plarits.^They^vyiU use.double gtai^ ing, 1 or Wood 'framed storm" \vin. dosvf.to.prevent c'old surfaces thai sweatlind' chill." 1 ?ecur'e . wcnllici-- s^rippihg-nnd-calking' 1 will prevcni cold, "air ifrom'.bcirig 1 .blown in 'o.r sucked, i n ' o f b u n r t ' their, windows and doors," -. ' ~ ' · magnelic tape.' On pla'ybackj the signals" are converted into numeral^ iu a high-speed data-processing iinit and: then ;are !cprnhuied'. and ' tab-. ulated by a' 'digital computer. .Ph. 2996 -31108 8th Ave., 'IFOR SALK-- 1154 ford tnal^c OHV. Complelt whh tUif«r, catkurctor, gtr.tTiiar.' tra mm Intern » n H ovrr-, drir*. Ftidr to run. IfliB^ Sth AT*. ' ' ' B R A K E S rclir.tcl »·' tow ·· IIJ.Bi, bicla^n i»rU and lfcor. All kinrh, ' *( »\ite rtpiirier. motor lam-up," ort, ·Au Tnihrti · 44» Health Spending -- · 'CHICAGO ±- Some M billion itpllaix w»'s spent by the itatej ' on public welfare in ]95. Health and hospitii] spending/ climbed to 1A billion, a rise'of/ ' « j per c'ent from the ye»r before.. ·. /.-., .-' . Wall Sfreei NEW YORK-. H I ' -- The stock market was slightly higher Thursday In the late afternoon despite considerable* irregularity most of the .session.- -- . · Trices were up 1 to 3 points in m a n y divisions.'Losses, which weren't concentrated .especially, seldom exceeded a full point. -.Heavy trading in-Bcnguet Consolidated Mining, In large blotks as b i g - a s 50,000 Shares, sent total business for the Jay to 'an esti- m a t e d . 2,800,000 shares. That comp a r e s ' w i l h 2,480,000 shares Wednesday wfjcn the market was lower. ' ' N o r t h e r n - P a c i f i c was a trading sensation when ils directors proposed ' a " . two-fpr-onc ,- split - and raised Ihe dividend to 90 cents from.75. cents quarterly. ·Jays Him-for-Leaving"-··'·'; '· Communist Parly . ' : · DENVER, art' -- ' A governmenl' witness testified Wednesday llial union p f f t c i a l - M a u r i c e IC.-.Travis chided him in_. 1953 -for ."fighting t h e ' C o m m u n i s t ' p a r l y . " ' · · - . j - · . William ' Mason, «, . o f . B.utfe, -Mont., quoted Travis as saying "if I hsd returned lo ,lhe Communist party, I'd be high up in the coun- ciis;now." : V · . The h u s k y - m i n e r , a member of t h e ' International: Union of 'Wine, 1 Mill 4 Smeller Workers Ind., has testified ho was a member of the Communist party during the 1930V, but Hint lie later resigned. Travis Is the Union's '.Vest Coast representative. 1 While ils sccrclary- freasur'er in IB.M and 1952, he is accused of having fitcJ false non 1 Communist affidavits with the National Labor Relations Doard. · ' Rccounling his' meeting with Travis in Denver two years ago, Mason said- he. came h e r e ' f r o m Montana to'protest wh'at'he termed Communist control' and "undermining" of Ihe union. The u n 1 . , with headquarters, in. Denver, was expelled from-the ClO.in IDW for alleged Communist dominated leadership. ': Your )?6RD' D«?!er · ' · r jis'ilth'ist./ ,l,'/O[MiiV."ciiitii': '·'.' ' . ' ' · · ' ·».'· JM;' 1 !-'.''·'.--.? Coffee, Break ,, ? . ; CHfCAGO--A new iurve'y in- .' ' dicilei tm more thin 3i,000,- i - 000 "A'fnVncins" Tili «' e6Ht» " br«k ·.; WASHINGTON -H The i.v'er-'. ·'. ' ige Americiih hous«holdf.r con-'. 'inmed' more : thin' .·twjcejf«»' much .electric, current ' in 1^54 r ; as .In* 1945; ' his^faverage bill ,, ^.·mounted f o « 3 per cent more.- Local Market (Cor'r.clHf lo D.c. t) Wheat; bu.-'^ Oats', .cwt. Barley.-; -Sl.'M -J2.1S' ' . . - - . tHICAGO^-thie Na'tipn'al 7o- ·'-· , lalo .'Chip Council estimate? ' " that '. the average serving of chips-- six -or 'eight, 'weighing an. ounce-- contains, about 77 ·' caloriei, -. -- · - · ' - · · ' = ; - ' - - '.-.- -~. . Pinlo beans,''cwt. Butterfat ' ·" __; Eggs', la'rg'e '_;--_^ AA large --^--^__ X large J_l A^ medium ' A medium u_ A small ^ ' B grade.... H.35 Me 36c 25c " E»rfy" Egyptians knew' Sow, (e m«k« plywood. ",. C grade and cracks Ighprn hensfand Hylinw, t'A Ibs. and over. _20c I _iec txjghorn hens and Hylines,'4$ '- r .Jbs'. and under · ' " 112c Pu!Icli; ; 4 Ibs.'and over, D u c k s , . Turt'ey- hens Benson -Sails Meeting.' In Denver To Disciuss : Agricultural ;Credit ' WASHINGTON W -- Colorado- farm a n d . congressional'. leader; h a v e ' b e e n Invited lo m e e t ' w i t h Agriculture Dcpl. officials In Dcn^ 1 vcr Dec. 16 fo discuss agricultural credit needs in the area, Secretary . of Agricullure'..Bcnson.^an- 'noiihced Wednesday. . - ., :'·.· "This is anolher-slcp i n ' o u r ef- Torts to gel full and up lo dale information oh Ihe current agricultural situation. a n d , l o obtain first hand from farmers and'raiich crs Ihctr Ideas regarding measures needed lo 1 solvo farnf problems, 1 Benson said. - . .Invited lo attend Ihe session were all members of llie Colorado congressional ^delegation, Gov. ?d C. Johnspn.'faVm organization leaders b.anke'rs, Farm Credit Adminlslra inn officials and olhcr agricultura leaders. . . · . . ' ' · . . . · Benson.,will be represented by a member :of his policy'sfalt', Ken neth L.'.'Scott,-director of credil services,, and by H. B. McLcalsh a d m i n i s t r a t o r of the Farmers Honje AdminUlriitibn. ,- · . ' ' - , · Titriey tomi . _27« ·-New devclopnidnls have rmidc a! of this possible', .-ind..practicable In.fact, the^.rccent c o n s t r u c t i o n o "shyscrapers"willi 1 cur In In ivalls o windows set/in metal panels ha brought about' r .new big'induslr; in. ;calldng;-..Tho* TM e '.^ panels ex panrf . a.tid cpntracl' so 'hiu'ch lha he\v elastic, c a l k i n g materials h'a'( lo lie invented.-." * · If v"your windows' rattle am whistle! in - t h o .-.winter wind, .you don't have to'chmigc the name, on yo\ir' mail ho'x ' to "'"Wuthcrih'g Heights,"- A. lot, o£- progress ha hecn made 'in" window design. / sniig fit, wilhout having window stick and.bind has become so im p o r t a n t that the. U..-.S. Depart ment, of Commerce has set lip rigid'- standards. The .'American Wood Window Institute (AWWI) i now i s s u i n g a' sc.il of approva on .windows t h a i - m e e t theso:slan dards. V ' ! .". · . ' ' ' It you are building" a new ho\ise or remodeling an : old one, you w i l l ' f i n d this AWWI seal.on the. edges of , quality ."windows and door's. It means lh : ,»-x are made from carefully selected" and prqiieirly. kiln ' dried "wood, generally, pirn- derosa p i n e ; i t h a t , they.'arc ilcfecj- frec and chemically treated-to pp- eralo casijy under all 'weather, condition's.' '.-.'-.- ' : ; i '. ' ·'.."." .';' Railroad cars and buses arc .irobably:ferine' only places you lave 'wrenched 'a', wrist trying;to jpcn a ' s t u b b o r n window.-So. the. nillwork people got smart and rom now on their best windows lot only- have fo be weather- stripped, but also will have a clearance within J/32nd of "an inch and will have spring, spiral or lulley'balances (hat cairfor.'only ;he amount "of. energy'lo match he weight of Ihe sash, pigs a frie- lion load of 1.2 pounds" per inch. - « · -» , = · "Cpnibined with : s u c h ' s n u g /il- [ing'.has been t h e . Invention of wooden .removable i doable-hung windows, a.wnin"g windows.and hon,- pcr windows. . Kach sash o f - a 'removable double-hung ..window 'can be lilted out by, the housewife for washing srtd;'painting "irtdobrs. No .sitting mlside on the sill a n d - no risky ladder work Is Acquired for the care of these windows. Combina- llon 'screen .-and-, storm windows can'.be alternated instantly 'z need'nevcr'be removed.. . Awning- windows! hinged, at the lop and swinging'.opeh from the bottom, arc especially 'advantageous, for ventilation on the weather side of a house. They c a n : be opened in a ^driving rain or ino\v storm to admit air without water Hopper windows' are awning types upside.down v They are'.handy under fixed panes, such' as pic cool rop.in.jvhc_n.jrie flowers.drop and placcd'outdp'ors in the. spring and inside" againjin,,September.:. Amar'yliis'yoomjtell.last ahaut " · i w'cck.:AItcr,-tho 'mpom^ are'goho Lhe plant .'sKQi^d*,be m'dved : to a sunny windowi'n'nd fe'd 1 lightly.- Begonias,-, are,. usuallyV loo weak, after one blooming to bloom again bul.ihe original blooms' will last for -weeks ; w i l j i ' p l e n t y ' of water, rolled.-.chrysanfhe;niinis require daily w.-tl.oriog..Ailcr flowerlnj; th'o faded blooms L shbuidvbe~"ciipped,"" Jn summer t h e plant can be moved · outdoors "and repotted in th'e house . 'August, .'. KANSAS Clty-CASH R R A I N . IVhHt 4t.uri:,down !'/£ Id. up l.c ylll tird Ini a.rt hidd J.I5 1/i-lflW N-*J. t.lt/(-t.UUNl No. t rti J.ini again Replies,..fo '· Dealers ^ " ' ; ' · - . - · .^-P:,v: s ^/'V: ' WASHINGTON Uii -- A:"General Jlolors "vice- presidenV "a's'serlerl Wednesday .lhal .'car dealers who complain about G-M's-]ip]ici|s'.'ara those who were unp'fopafed'for trio day "when customers. ccased'walk- ing into Ihejr stores -clanipring to" have Ihc'ir names put'ori ati'bfder bla'nk.^ ,' - · . - - . ( " · '·' :'.-''\ : .~'' 'William, F.' Hu'gslader, ' tifiss o( G-M's dislribution staff, told a Senite Hpnopply Surjcqmmlltee^ IMa ast majority- of-. General . Jlotors calers "are, among' tho -most sue- cssful small businessmen ;ih tha ounfry."-- .' . _." , . . - ' . ' .Thise. willing lo plan "head, he aid, : h a d . 'shared in - tha : corpora- ion's expanding' sales and "are'not worrying "about. kcc|rtg:"their, heads hove water in the compe'tiliye cur- ent." ' " '.'" " · ' · ". . : '" ! . '·:·' '·;. , " ' " Hufsladcr. got .(.chance lo. reply o various -dealer complauits' after sharp 'exchange between 'Ka'How f. Curlice, 'G-M's ' president, and oscph W. Burns, chief counsel fdr he subcommittee.' '" :'.-.. The senators are .'making "what hey have described as a "sludy" f General. Molors'-dcvelopment in« o Ihe biggest manufacturing 'organization in t h e . nation and the world. .-. . _··-'· -. ;: '' irufslader. came fo' )lie', fitness ' ·hair with a 28-page statement re- ilying to complaints of some past and present 'deajersi. Burns' suggested (hat before-reading; I t . ha answer some questions about" 1 the complaints; - . ; ..... · · ' This .brought '.a quick protest rom Curllcc, who had beeri'torce'd o. delay similar testimony for hree hours, last Friday while' three G-M 'dealers; leslified,\ , ' . , ' - ' "We want-to'rcad it nowV 1 Cur- llce'told Sen. O'.Mahoney'(D-Wyo) who was presiding: ' ··'· *·* . O'Mahohey defended F r VA a y's procedure,- saying he. had wanted 5-M officials to hear the dealers' fcstirnony at first hand before -the dealers might. be. subject lo ''Pressure 'not lo testify." The.chatrnan ruled, however, lhal . Hufstader could proceed at once so that G-M officials would · .not .feel thoy were being '.'imposed uporil" ·' ; ·;' lure'windows. They open (.nUt'lho room irislcad "of outward.'One o their advantages is to deflect'air u p w a r d - instead of across, the floor. ; :.'..','.;'.'.';. ,.,'.-· .' · · · ' All of "today's- window's .arc fa"i cries, 'from. Grandms's-J'smal p'aned-'sash thatjljad to Held up with i stick, Tribal/Prinks " ; .'·'; Samples b( (rihal drinks from many parts of India' r wil|;be chem. ically -analyzed ..by tht ..Goyern- m'enls. : Anthropological' ' Dft'jjart- rr^ertt in 'Calcutta; ^This ' follows the discovery. Ihat- honie.-liVewJd drinks. ot il =' tribes, .'especially their it home-brewed JbefcViave great riulrilivc yalub; a n d . ; t h a t prohibilion would affc».ilio (tibcs 1 heallh. Speckl. research p a r t i t i will make tluFtludy, '''·" . .· , .

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