Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 14, 1957 · Page 4
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Page 2 GREELEY TRIBUNE Nonferrous Metal Producers Want U.S. To Bail Them Out Friday, June 14, 1957 is selling at less (ban that on the London metal exchange. Mining men have had few kind words for the aduiinblralioii's new long-term minerals p r o g r a m , which calls for new excise taxes on imports f)f lead and zinc. The taxes would be geared to the market price-lar.es would rise as the Rotarians Hear C.D. Exercise By RIPLEY WATSON NEW YORK 111 - 1'roducers of nonferrous metals, up to (heir boot tops ia copper, lead .\«J ziiu 1 , *iv wailing for olher producers--or Uncle Sam-lo dig them out. Consuming industries simply haven't been buying the sluff as fast as the miners turn it out. j l r y figures h a v e said thc three- Since demand shows no signs o f ; m o n t h pricing period on which the perking up, only a lessened s u p - 1 la* wouid be based is too long j p l y , through curtailed p r o J u c l i o n . s i n c e it would gi,'e foreign pro-! Weld County Real Estate Transfers or savcrKifivn! iuy;.-:^ cl !hi ci- Queers loo much ctZKC la Iccss, can even t h i n g s up. : metal in this country before the i Copper sales have been c u r t a i l e d ; 1 " wos r a i s e d ' I j b y the housing slump, slow a p - i jpliance sales and disappointing au- j jtomobilc production. Major users i iof zinc have cut down their o r - j 'ders. D e m a n d for lead hasn't s u f - | jfcrcd as m u c h as the others, b u t ! the m e t a l has had ils Irtmlilcs. R e v e n u e narnpo on real ti- _,, , l a t e t r a n a f e r i ire it the rate T h e sales s l u m p wasn I loo oi ji.io oer thousand much of a problem for lead and I zinc ns long as the excess was [ siphoned off the market by gov- J u n t 12, 1957 crnment buying. Stockpile pur- Howard A. llogcrs and Wilma T. chases turned the trick for n while, itogcrs lo Willard II. Foos and YVhon that started to tail off, thc, M ; i r j a i l j. Kmjs. All t h a t part of . ...... pt\CAV A g r i c u l t u r e Dcpt, took up Lhe slnck ly bartering surplus [arm goods for foreign mrtfll, d r a i n i n g such m e t a l s off foreign markets and bolstering prices. Now, however, the stockpile pro- g r a m is l a R i n g c o m p a r a t i v e l y s m a l l a m o u n t s of metal. 'I'he bar- Icr program, after a t e m p o r a r y Let Us Serve You . · Prescriptions Filled · Broken Lenses Duplicated GREELEY OPTICAL CO. 912V 2 8th Ate. Tel. 155 NW/4 of N E W of 7-5-65. llcv. JB.80. Wi'stview Builders Corporation lo Kdsel 0. Clcvcnger and Nellie I , . Clevcngnr. Ixl 7, Illk. a, Westview Addition lo the City of Grcc- C. W. Palzl and May Palzl to John 11. Kochlcr and Mollio Kochler. All of Lot 18 and part of I.cii suspension, has been lightened up , fc r M , owood in l h e cil The suspension, and disappoint- ' p , . t { ,, d £ atf.nt ovirr restrictions in new pro-1 t ·, i^ gram, were responsible f o r t h e re-i 1 " 1 , , . ; · · in- A I , cent reductions lolnling ZW cents ' ^ , T , , ' for zinc nnd 2 cents for lead. Zinc I [*" cr * '' nd , Io(wa "' J °' n ^ 'I'l hnd sold ,1 im cents a pound I '«*»· J'" 1 ° Lot ,, 2 ' 71lk ' w in thc nnd lead at Ifi cents a pound since |C|1 - V of ^celcy. Itev. J a n u a r y , students were evacuated in a test civil defense exercise May 18. j The speaker was Ur. Harold! Turner, director of elementary I'd-1 m-Mion and coorJiiiolor of civil defense for the Jefferson counly school system. The obslaclcs ns Turner reported them were first a heavy rainstorm Hint moralns. the difficulty of rounding up some 3,400 lulos and in general keeping Irack of 22,000 youngsters f r o m kindergarten through high school during Ihe evacuation. Thc practice alert had assumed that the area had received five hours advance warning of a disaster. Every avenue of escape was used in thc lest to get Ihe children out of the Jefferson schools and thc i m m e d i a t e area. Turner said this was the fourth major metropolitan area lo conduct such a test tor children. Kefauver Questions Special Tax Benefits thru Misrepresentation WASHINGTON 'Si - Sen. Kc- fiuver (l)-Tenn) said, Thursday there is "a serious question" as to whether the Idaho Power Co. obtained special tax benefits through misrepresentation, bui Sen. Wiley (It-Wis) challenged him o*rind "anything rroofecd." Kefauver is chairman and Wiley a member of a Senate judiciary subcommittee on monopoly m a t - Stock Prices Plug Ahead to. New High Wed. President's "upset stomach" was new receding into history. The Associated Press average of 60 Blocks ro»e 70 to a new 1907 high of $185.90 with the industrials up 50 cents to a new (the utilities down JO cents. Of i.190 issues traded, sains out numbered lasses by 502 to 434. Miner Found Dead SHAHOKIN, Pa. (ft -- A 19-ye»r- old miner buried under 50 tons of stale for 36 hours in t coal mini Volume totaled 2,600,000 shares ! compared with 2,850,000 Tuesday. day night. " Hope had waned for Frank ' nock is the searchers were bim- NEW YORK marie! Wednc^'Jfy - The stock jhfart; cllile - ««° r din! to lwd. gels to its second peak for 1957 in two] its name from the Indian word, days, putting thc average at its "chilli," meaning "place where highest point since Aug. 20, 1956. the earth ends." pered by sliding rock and w»Us of the shaft thai had to be shored. The slide occurred about 40 feet down a shaft of a mine operated by Pufnock's father, George, in this central Pennsylvania coal section. in the ten which questioned Thomas E. | Profit-taking late in the session; Roach, Idaho Power Co. president, | trimmed prices below their best \ about lax write-off certificates the for ths day but tticre was a good] firm obtained in connection with | assortment of gains among key slocks running to a point or more., The number of losers, however, | expanded far beyond Tuesday's total and there were some fairly sharp ones among specialties. An advance by rails late in Ihe day gave the market a'more solid two d a m s it Hells Canyon is building area. Windsor . . . Major producers of cupper, who t u r n out roughly t h r e e - f i r t h s of thc red m e t a l used in this country, have clung to a price o( 32 cents n pound since I^bruai'y. U u t t h a t level was reached only after some heavy slashing which had brought the price down from last year's '16- cent peak. Custom smelters arc charging 30 ccnta a pound for their more limited output and the metal IfDDlYENT/ Awnings The awning that ehadea all othen. Call your KoolVent man TODAYI Phone 4711. CUT HAY AND GRAIN COSTS THIS OWATONNA WAY! -^-^^^^'^ 3sT=£- ^P^^^^^^^^^SS^ Ted F. Johnson, Jr. lo L'. Floyd Redding. Undivided J/10 interest in SK'A of M-8-G7. No rev. D n r n a r d Hotilfhcns, Administrator for Anna Zilck, deceased, to John Zilek. Undivided la interest in SEW of 24-12-61.,Kev, J3.85. Marian Nadinc Peterson to Wcsl- vicw Builders Corporation. Lot 7, Illk. 3, Weslvlew Addition lo lhe City of Greeley. No rev. I3cnjnmin T. I.ce nnd Pebble V. Lee lo Ilenjamin T. Lee, Pebble V. I.ec und KUa G. T.ee. Lots 5 and 6, Illk. 41, in lhe Cily of Grceley. No rev. Illine A l m n I.nffcrly and Howard .Tames Latterly lo George W. Hicks. Purl of Lot 2, Elk. 92, Cily of Grceley. llcv. $.1.85. John Zilek to Arlliur E. Bard. SEW of 24-12-61; WW of 25-12-61; SVi of 19-12-CO. Itev. ?2C.9S. Walter George III ATLANTA Ml -- The condition of Walter K. George, veteran former Democratic senator and President Eisenhower's special ambassador to the North A'.lanlic Treaty Organization, was officially listed Thursday as one stage short of critical. The 70-year-old statesman is suffering from coronary athcrocler- osis. 1 OUT.AHCAO MODUS NEW MODEL "D" . DUALWHIHDWAIONNA loaded wilhnc* advanlaatll 1 13., 14- [«d IMool lilll. f AMID MODtl H S" OWATONNA WINDNOWII hay.andl In »l*l fl.,10., 1!. Dnd Two slow jobs become one quick, effortless trip w'len you wiDclrow with llu'j new sclf-propcllcJ Onu'i.nnna. You open fields anywhere--never back- iwa'.Iu never run over llic crop. Owulonna's crisscross center-delivery handles hay or grain gently, Inys cocnpacl, Ucads-un windrows thai cure Ttwl nnd evenly, stand up to heaviest rains. Hydraulic reel ond platform lift, new vnriable-specd drive, counter-balanced floating platform and heavy-duty construction tlirouBhout .make this new CMC a bcttcr-lhan-cvcr buy. This year, windrow the cosl-cutling OwalonoA way. Stop in now for nil the fact*. AND Musi Support Family of Man He Paralyzed LONG BEACH, Calif. WI -- A 31-ycnr-old longshoreman must pay n t least ?200 a m o n t h for the next 10 years lo support the wife and five children of a man he shot during a. card game argu mcnt. Thc payments were fixec Wednesday as part of the 10 years probation on which Frcrl D. Haw kins was placed for shooting Itoger Bland, 37, last Feb. 20. Bland was paralyzed by the bullel. WINDSOR -- Deports of Ihe stale convention held in Sterling tine C-0 were given by Mrs. Lulu rlny Hnd Thelma llemmerle at the neeling of the Windsor unit of the A m e r i c a n Legion auxiliary held Tuesday evening in the Legion tome. Olher delegates were Leone iloore, Mary and Freda Haas and ,conu Wolfe, who attended all or nrl of thc sessions. New officers of Ihe Windsor Auxiliary who were recently in- (allcd are: June Buchanan, presi- cnl; Mollic Krafl, first vice presi- enl; Clara Bishop, second vice ^resident; Lulu May, correspond- ng secretary; Sylva Walter, re- ording secretary; Esther Besel, rcasurer; Haltie Dudley, assist- nt treasurer; Ethel Ray, chap- ain; Nona. Laher, historian; and Florence Heftel, sergeant-at-arms. Lcona Wolfe was installing officer. New members initiated were: Juniors, Barbara Ann Stoll, Dar- eoe and Roberta Bishop; seniors, ^lona Laher and Elizabeth Felte. Mrs. Esther Besel was initiation officer nnd was assisted by Marion Shideler.- Hoslesses of the evening were Eva Slcnzel, Katherihe Stoll and Mabel Winograd. The unit will discontinue meetings until fall. Plans for the coming year's ac- livilies were made at the meeting of Circle 4 of WSCS held Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Olga Pitcher near Severance. Lieutenant Larry Warner of the air force is spending a 30-day leave in Windsor wilh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Warner, He has been stationsd at the air force base nt Curlew, Wash., for two years end will return there at the end of his furlough. EQUIPMENT CO. 508 8th Ave. Phone 1346 June Special ELLIOTT'S SATIN LATEX Rubber-based flat wall paint. Quick dry. Roll or brush on. White and col- 1.50 ora. Qunrt Regular J1.G9 ._ Gallon A AC Regular $5.80 _.. O.iJU MOFFAT'S 1115 8th Ave.» Phone 319 Closed Saturday Afternoona OF THE NEW Western Auto Store 917 8th Avenue Phone 2828 Friday and Saturday FREE PRIZES and GIFTS Everything for the home and automobile No purchase neceitary. You do not have to be present to w i n . Evans . . . EVANS -- Mrs. S. E. Pa WBS hostess to WCTU Monday afternoon at her home in the Delta district. She was assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Fritz Kamseier Mrs. Guy Benson led in devotions with a Scripture rending, poem and prayer. Mrs. Herman Zupke gave a report on a recent meeting held in Monlrose for district offi cers. Mrs. Edgar Guslafson read an article from the Unloii Signal All members reviewed parliamen tary procedure for Bn examination which will be taken in August Mrs. Guslafson also reviewed tw chapters from the study hook. following the business meeting members made bouquets from flowers they had brought from their gardens. The bouquets wer Inter distributed to shut-ins. A snl ad luncheon was served by tin hostesses. There will be no meeting in July Mrs. Hubert Littler and Miss Em ily Painter will be hosteses August. Plans for the annual member ship picnic were made by th auxiliary to the Veterans of For cign Wars Post 6624 Tuesday even ing. Mrs. Ed VanBeber preside nvcr thc meeting which was hel at thc VFW home. The picnic wi be held at Island Grove pnrk o the Bflernoon of June 27. It wi take the place of the regular socia meeting. Next business niectin will be July 0. George Fausz will have charg of the Sunday morning services h Ihe Mclhodist church June 16 this is conlerenc" Sunday. Th newly appointed pastor will preae Jvmc 23. Members and friends of th Methodist church honored th Rev. and Mrs. Barry Kimbroug \rith a covered dish dinner at th church Sunday following the nom ing service. Rev. Kimbrough wa presented a pocket size com niunion set. Mrs. Kimbrough wa given a cash gift in lici: of a slor shower. A f t e r graduation from Iliff school of Theology in Augu Ihe KimbrouRhs cxpecl lo lake charge in Lovcll, Wyo. I Piggy Bank Loaded DETROIT m - Nobody laughi at Vcrnor Police Stalicn whe Mrs. K.ilhryn Brown reported police a piggy bank was stole from her home -- not after s (old them it contained 15 one hu drcd dollar bills, Kefauver said Inconsistencies in the record of the case raise a question as to "whether the tax- certificates were obtained by misrepresentations." He said these inconsistencies included statements by Idaho Pow- officials that their Snake River ms would be built without cost the government while actually e write-off "will cost Ihe people thc United Stales 83^ milion lars." Idaho Power obtained rapid lOrtizalion ccrlificales from the fice of Defense Mobilization hich will permit the' company lo rite off as depreciation in five ars a portion of Ihe cost of Ox- v and Erownk-e datus. The rger t h a n normal tax deductions ring the five-year period will be fset by smaHer than usual dcduc- ms in later years. The. normal! ritc-off period is 20 to 25 years." Kefauvcr's 83tt million dollar :ure was reached by estimating at the government would h a v e borrow money and pay 314 per j nt inlerest on it to make up for e five-year wrile-off. Ro.» Meed Rej« tone, however. Wall Street sources looked at ihe advance as a carry-through from Tuesday's vigorous upsurge which coincided with the series of cheering bulletins about President Eisenhower's condition. Monday's nervous selling on news of thc i i. a f/me/y invesfmen/ suggestion B E F O R E DECIDING gel the booklet-proipeclus and record of Ihii Mutual Fund T E L E V I S I O N - ELECTRONICS FUND, INC. tirncoat Leaving China HONG KONG ft - The U. S. nsu4ale general Wednesday said I tnerican turncoat Andrew For-' na 'Ot Ionia, Mich., is leaving I 919 8th Ave., Phone 2768 :d China Saturday. . Fortuna was one o£ 21 II. S. sol- I ers captured in the Korean War I · N ho refused repatriation after the! ' ° m ° ghting MOSS GREEN ROOF, stopped in 1953. Seven o f j i Addre.i 21 previously returned to t h e ] ' nited States and one died in Red lina. Cily-Slok. Shingle roofs - metal -- tile. /McMurtry f / Moss Green Roof Paint goes on, slays on ond will not fade! Years/of protective beauty with Moss Green, 1oo. Whatever your paint need make sure it's McMurtry THE KING LUMBER COMPANY Greeley FATHER'S DAY IS SUNDAY, JUNE 16 OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS 3-diamond man's ring. I4K gold mounting with con- trajting matte. $150 M a n ' s waterproof* Gruen. 17 jewels, new style expansion band. R«g. J71.30 $35.75 Filled leather kil has comb, Argui C3, f a m o u s 3 E m m Onyx ring with 2 diamonds, Press crown, alarm rings, brush, shoving brush, olher camera. f3.5 leni, fait ihut- hit initial in gold. Maiiive Waterproof* all-iteel 17- eisenlials. $7.95. tor, range finder. $69.50 10k gold. $19.75. jewel Baylor. $39.75 MEN'S JEWELRY ONE GROUP Values to $5.95 ^ j| ZALE'S PRICE Schick "25" Electric Shov- super h o n e d f o r er if smoother ihavei. ONE GROUP Values to $8.95 ZALE'S PRICE 3-diamond. lOlc gold Matonic pin, S9.V5; 9 diamond I4lc gold Shrine pin. $75 Outstanding Baylor with 6 diamond d i a l , gold-filled waterproof* case. S71.SO Samsonile 2-suilar. Suits pack in bottom, shirli in 'top. 6 colon. $27.50. 8th St., Grceley |pi DOWN PAYMENT CONVENIENT TERMS MAIL ORDERS FILUD

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