Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 15, 1955 · Page 27
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·' *»*»,] \JMt ' Cin,' : ; 41 · 'rot SALE-- nil Fort . . . OR SALE-- Ull MtlropoltUn; ·»·!] ' . . ' . t«r. «1M milt.. CtlJ IOM««ilin." ·fOR SALK-- 1 H Xertur,. Gorf · n . Ph. «P2R1. . · ."62"- Sedah conipletely .«quippect. Low mil cage, original finleh/- g o c d - tirea. , Coupo with radloj" hett- - er, hydrAniatlc", o n e local owner, especially . nice ind'^very reason: '«bly priced; Super Hardtop. Had! or- heater, dynaflowAnew tires' and. roahy · other '· extras. Only ; 2 ( 2S8_iic- tiial milee. 1 ·" . . " : -.; 41'' ':)·· -.US . Club .-'Coup*.-.,. . '".''* New t u b e l e s s tirea, power steer;- : . . ihBi a u t o m a t i c . ; ; · ' shift,: radio' and ' . ' . l .'=' heater. ' · · · · · · · 4 Door.. Excellent . . .'.-. .·· condition,., hydrs- ' : . 'rriatic, "radio and ,- ..heater. - · " ' . . ijuper R i v i e r a .'- .Sport, C o u p e . -. -White, .walls, ' dy- ' · - haflow. A beauti- '. : - f u . car. ·:';.., ,, - ' G H L E T r ." 2-Door Sedali. -Sedan et'le. · ···· ·· '4-Door Sedan. · 'i'49 Na*: ; ; : . "GOO" 1 S e d a n , "·" I'SO-Buick' ; 2-Door Special. i'50Pontiac $615; : . .' . . 2-Door Sedan. . . . " . ,' · "Many Others .'· . :' ^ Lp\\'est Finance .- · ··'·· Eates " "' .-,.-···· i Finest Jleconditiomng. ''- · ' · ! ( · ' l · i' ' OPEN UNTIL S P.M. -^ ' -WEIJ) .GOUflTY : ' ,:/·;: 'GARAGE- ··:·;. '( 815 lith St.,.Used Car-Lot CHRISTMAS : . Belair sport c'p«. . P o w e r G l i d e , ( . radio and heater.-. TWO tone i' v 6 r y. , ·' and 'fedi- ' .'- -. : Kvery'^Furchasa:- Your - c h o i c e of-one i; ..-..' .. ·-';·.. ·· ., ,..-, 100% Wwl'Car Robs... ,'- ;·' .'100% Nylon Safety. B«ltV\ -'·· ; Greeley'; Motor Sales , . . VBetter Curs/For Less'* .-;··'· · ill'llth' 'St.." .; ',': Phon« «9'5 '· ; ^ : 'ipqssE3S!^ · 1951' Buick -Z-Door . .'.iWill be. sold this-week' to. highest bidder. We will fi- · nance .entire p u r c h ii s e , iprice,to right,party..Can , Ave.' H E R : MKE|? ·EKVEK 'BEAK* *·' ' ; J " : '^ ·General btti l o ' f r o w t r i on 1K3 pUloi,. Denver rale biiU':*elli»r _ . _ . Sii lor U.S. No I »rvl 4.M-3.M for U.S. "3i .Great. NoHbern 'IMS ' ' .is VEN VC'ft * ECCS AND POULT*r ; ! .".-;/) : Em; "Market 'ittad/i demand I*Ir 10 joodi «f (trials ~mo4*r*.(*i price* 'p«M - de* HverH ; Driver ; fer e«i*v ctftdled »*d irided In Denvtr/- caaex '. bKludtd;. line Whiles AA.tt-Hj A «-»: !B '46«i Jari* mlxtd'AA .O-M; A « 50; £ «-«j medium while* A »« l B 3J«| m t d t u m - mixed JM*l B W-40: «mall mixed A 33-40; afl- deifradei Itnt .30-13: «mtl 12-13. · V Poultry: Market 1 - »te*i£i 'demand f«Er; rfferttui liberal; .hemi" heavy. lype,41i )bx i*l ov«r. W-Jls heavy iyp* u*d«r 4U ltn IH»; llfht -type.'* rbi and on r ·IMS; ItjHt- lj-pe.,"UBder '4 Ibi 1M*! i broken ** fryen heavy, lype. 21-12; eld roosleri -1. H E N V E K POZATOE -', - · : . - " - · . . : Tatal U.S. ifclpmrnt. SJ4,' Colo'...11; on track S, 'arHvall Ceto; I. 'unloaded ID] tiMckin* Colo.'.«. · · - . . ,'..'*· . . ' , - . . .'·-·' Market f.taiijr; Cote. U.S. N. 1 niutli' 5-oz-mla, H-M'pcr eeiH'lt-oz *»d larger J.1S-J.U] S-12-ta-'4.23;.. red McClunf Ki- ln'mln. 1.13; ruiieli Idllu · U.S. . No 1 Hi-ox 4.251 Colo., round redi' :«4« mlii; U.S. No'l S.U-a.SO. . ^ ' ; i :.' ' · · ; ' . ' J ' 8 Chief tain deluxe. · · ' ' ' - . : 2 "door, radio and . - . heater, gleamirii? _:·- vr-\ : -WSck jpritfinariiiir. · ' . : - ' - ish.-Perfect. 19l : PLYMOUTH ' ; .. 4 d o o r. Uphol- . - · · . - . stery .like n e w, ··' · .' Kuns.vcry good.' · -':, : $345. . ; 1948 : PT1AC: : " ' · - . ' · ' 4 d o or." Hydra- -· , :··: ' / - m a l i c . S o l i d · ' · · ' · · transportation. · $195, .. GUARANTEED ' ' · ' · » V,QUALITY .": '· LOW COST FINANCING Ford ,Fairlane. Club ;· ' Sedan. Radio, " h e a t e r,. : Fordpmatie.-.'One; .careful . :'owner, 14,000 actual miles! ·· i Beautiful blue color. ;i954 FordMainlirie Tudor. : H e a t e r ; overdrive, one. ·- ..owner. Worth the dough. ' Chrysler-Plymouth · Used; Car Depti' · 404 8th Ave. ', --'THURSDAY. f;RlDAY AND · ; " 'SATURDAY ·".'SPECIALS '· - 1 9 5 1 ' M e r c u r y Sedan. Radio, heater, "overdrive, new'paint, new seat covers, excellent - condition mechanically, tops in appearance. . · .. . . SPECIAL CHICAGO BUTTER AND EGGS -- Butter atexqr; · receipt* "697,760] .*»- *alfi ^ buyinf prlcti unchanged;'13- icore A A ! i 7 . 5 : n A' ST.?: R B «.J5: 15 C W.75; can M - B 37.25; .n C 55.5. , ' KB*S .ateadyi"' receipts 1CMM: fihosal* ·W-liU' K/"«n "*"* 1;' mixed "»4 ."ree" h *!*,_«: U.S. «t*"r.1ar.J« «: ' rtirtlea 36: eHecV* J5j. c u r r e n t . receipts 41. -' '' ' - . ' · NEW rok.C DUE S3 ED MEAT · · '' ' Pracl'ral top. on-lamb ol! About l.Wi but Iht bulk of w-70 Ib catcatsei offered DA a peddling bitli.iod geoeraily without bid; other tLajtei .quoted .barely iteidr and'tinker severe preij'jre, btit round 1 ar.d am chucks . o f f ' about ' 1.00i ileer and ecu i beef u.cA Ihrmishout; veal ar.d calyei iteadj'to moilCy vreak; Itnib fully 1.00 'or'-, more-, tower; prime '-slfer . beef caicuies 60Q-7KMbi M.Q*40.W; 1W-KH Ibi 3fi.DO-U.00; choice 600-700 * Ibi: M.W- 37.00;* 700-UQ Ibi-'SS.W-W.W! prime veal 80-110 nt- OIMM7.00;. ';MIce 39.00. U.OO; choke and prime lamb carcami- undi 35 Ibi «.-37.W. ''. · ,, - · · ' · ' G recUy / Vouth , ; "for; ' |; niyiii .yj\.' " the'- »U3rV!siiturda-f v . n»a'Uu'-'~tllAl'.^«X*hM ca'.'film "'it g*M jn'-'th* - ' at 7:» Evangelist Billy'Gribiirt/tbfeth* r_ with his team, will be th: first feature'in 'an o~utsfinding jlour- of Decision' film '.*ntitledi .Stqrms; of Life. 1 ; Tlie^ dynamic 'preaching'.'of the^ -well-jknowh; «vinpelist^together with tiie v excellent music of George Beverly Shea, Paul Mikelsofi^ Cliff Barrows ,«nd : Tedd, Smith; 1 charge this film with great deal t of challenge ind;mspira,tion..v.^'. : .' ' ' v' i'.'Another{dram"atic' and' intriguing story -is the·; second_. film feature of \the-.rally . program; The ^ fUmi That They 1 ' May: Hear,''tells the story of * a 'young - man at college becoming involved-in situations* of life .which",lead to hate arid .yet- a desire 'to 'do' : rightl ( Decisions in^ volving his whole" life's future must be made'amidst the conflict pf various.' ambitions.^ Air.this · happens in the color '.and .beauty- 'of the Christmas 'season. 1 ·". ' v . y" ." "··' The" rally. will; begin- In ihri "setting pf Cliristmas' and the music'.of the, -familiar cairols.. 1 .Everyone is urged to be\on hand at 7:30 p.m. for a ' good _ seat"and 'a' pleasant evening.' " : " -; HKKVKB .HVESTOCK · . ;· "CaUle'.'lOfli 'mbsfb'" amall ',!r^ ^cowa - at prkei unchanged from Wedtejd»^l load f e d beH«ii mostly- food 'o low ' choice II 2Jr few c»n^pr»and culler CDWI 7.509.001 smalt package j'ounx commercial 1S-50;: c t l v e t . none:- ' * - : .' -· ",, i . · lloji' 900; ; mostly · steady'; * IlMiances itronier and 'occasional late lalei weaV lo U «r more loweri ' U.-_'5. 1 "an4 X bantowi. ar.d 1 fill* 190-IW ]bv-ll,MMt.7i; few sowi 350-MS )bi 7.0M.DO. . ;.·- '- --.'. . - Sheep I'WOi «!auihter Iambi moderately acth e. ale*» Ay; ·* cs ileady - ID itror.r; Ir.ilar.cet li cr more" htehtri 'food »nd choke UEder U* "Ib* .wooied ilaufhler li.iibs IS.K-IT.CC; pickSKa mMbi 16.50; X k.itU'H-101 Ib lambs No 1 petti 1E.7S; ' .aixlUUUly-aliuihler KWI ' rill . wea .4.50-i.M. on 1961 Mercury Club Coupe. Radio, heater, overdrive, seat 'cbvers, . t w o - t o n e paint. ' V SPECIAL ; - '*' ' .$345 1950 Mercury Club Coupe. "/ Radio,'-; heater,: overdrive, · n e w paint, new seat coy- "ers.-iTop cp'ii'd i t i o n. in : '·every '"respect; This - is - a-:i Osteal at- -"si ;-. ^{ '·^'·] f or ypljr money !, . 1954 Ford Gus t o m 1 i n e valve-in-head six cylinder ; club coupe. Radio, heater, overdrive. ^Original ' light : blue finish. One local owner. Very low mileage. ', ·· ·* $1495 · ' 1954. Ford' Custoraline V8 i Tudor! Radio, . h e a t e r , ' Fordomatic, one local o\vn- er; Exceptionally · ' 1 o w ; mileage, two-tone p^int. ... $795 i^o-»-j5.-.-i-^ r _v_t^-=i;irv^ '.vlthout-pav" on a : special session ?^o w ^tJrtti^iS?u" - Johnson ^said/r in .answer to a vroolt 1 1950 Olds 88 4-Dr. Radio, v heater, hydramatic, 'new .'·'·'paint,' new 'seat c o v e r s . Priced way uiider the mar- '.ket. - . - " , ' . - ' $1495. ,'1953 Chevrolet 150'.Club ' Coupe. Radip, heatcr.'two- tone finis^v Dressed up like a 210; Exceptionally. - nice little car. ; :'$1295, ; 1949 Chevrolet 1/3 . T6n -Pickup. . . T h r e e s p e e d 'transmission, . . . h e a t e r , . . «t»te inspection, excellent 'rubber. ·$495. 1955 Ford valve-in-head. six cylinder )/? Ton. Three gpeed,'heater,.one l o c a l -owner. - . . - - ' . . ' · ' ' · · :U;;- ; .$I345. l V : . 1954 Chevrolet 1/2 T o n ' Pickup. Completely rebuilt motor," excellent' rubber, heater, radio. Ready to go. ' '55 DODGE '4-Door Custom Royal, · "-Ixits [of equipment in-. . '-. cludipg radio,: heater, · . ' · /arid '.overdrive.' Big. ·',- discount! , ' '54 DODGE . ..... ...... :- 4-Door Sedan, Like ' new :inside and but. Powerf jite . transmis- ; sion. A very excellent :- - buy. · ;. - " . ' . ' ' ·'·'" ·53 DODGE' .. ,, .'.-'-. 4-Door Sedan. Radio/" -'heater, overdrive. R- . ·' - conditioned thruout. ·53 PLYMOUTH"' v : 4-Door. Radio, heater, . "ovardrive. Local owner. Clean 'aV a pin.' " · Priced-tp'aell/ '52 DODGE. . '.·'·'. 4-Dobr Sedan. Radio, heater, n e w f i n i s h . .-} -C-Very good .-.tires. A real buy.:. '. . . ' - . . ', ., '51 FORD . - . . . . - , ; . V-8 Tudor Sedan,' Ra. did,' heater,' very ' low mileage. L i k e n e w .thruout. This is a creampuffi · :si FORD ·'···· i 6 cylinder t u d o r . . Brand new motor, ra- · dio, heater/overdrive, good rubber. V e r y . clean. . , . ' ' : · :.--.: - .. More : to Choose' From '·'- SPECIAL TERMS , . LIBERAL -TRADES . "'WELLS ; -' ."-.- ·*-.- SELLS ' : BETTER ' 1948 Ford ''Ford'or. Radio, ; heater. Excellent mechani- ; cal -condition. . · ·:.";- OMAHA tlVZSTOCK . Cattle 2300; calvci 73; lUuihler a(ee.ci 1» imaU supply iteady to yteak;- choice helFers ifrang; cowi iinebaniedj "vealen' and flack calllo itesdy; la»d'high" choice and prim* otir 1100 Ib fed ateera 20.T5; most sood lo low choice'*tferi~ 16.00-1150; 6 leadi wott- IT''choice fed i helTers'-KO-97S Ibi. 19.23- 19-50;.-rther xocd, la · low cttolce v beU«n 15.00-17.50; ulitity* *r.d commercial cowi I.0-!»,00: ranners and cullers 7.25 a.50. Hot* 11,000: "alow, i clearance noV" p!ete; butchers w e a k lo 25- loweri- iteady lo weak; 'mixed lols U. £· 1 and * butcher* 1EO-24Q Ihi 10.25-11,13; fOfja 370-4i6 lb*'IJO-».l5...'i. s ^--_v_ t± .'-:- , . S h e P 2»00; ' · · - - - ' ^-^ Iambi ··fully.-". chanxed; . 1 "load -at choke and prime M - l b wodtd ilauKhtcr lambs 17.00;-bulk I to prime. 16.00-17.00; cull', lo choice led ilaughler ewei 3,00-4.75; small package good aallTe- feedera I6.H.-, . . CHICAGO L I V E S T O C K . - . , ,' A taner thai expected aupply cX hoga met i |ood demand.Th-Jc»diy and prices S6wi held "alead/r"' '' " : '··"'* ',' '- Most butchers' scaling 1M to Bft.po-ands were lateri al I10.7S lo |ll,Ti'^th around 3M head at 112.00, lb« · top. *owi : add iCOm.J7.73 to »l-25. -,-,.-, - ; ^ - , · . - " *'One load of- tno.illy 'prime 1.184 "pouxd ·ieera a«t t h t - l o p »l 123.00. Good to. low choice.,-klrrfi »nld lor SH.M^to 111.50. Choice 'heifers brouiht"119.00 "to ; 13],00, Good'to* prime woo led -Iambi *riching 100 pounds aod'-'k*! «O!BE L »C Ill.Sf Ho 111.13, - - · · / :-' · ·, -.-v', 1 0-;'-", K A N S A S C1TT LIVKBTOCltl . / . '-.'Cattle 500; calvis l»;.prtcei fenerally lilile chanxed; na slrtri or heWera o( CDTI- re Included; few utility · cows .$.00- lO.Oflr cannen and cutters 8.00-S.50; - good id cholcft-e«lers 17.00-W.W. - -. ' . · ..- Ho£i 2,000; steady to U lower; .mixed lots" U.S. Na 1, 1 amd. ,5 190-UO - Ib 10.T5-. l.M; ao» ; * 7.50-S.M.-- · : , ' . : . V, . · · ' , ' Sheep »Wj ' fene-MH/.'rteirtj'! food 1 lo prime 76-110 Ib »llve' woded ilauxhter Umb* 1S.OO-17.M; ilau^hter ewt* 3*M,50; BiedLum feeder limbs 13.50. : - ' CHICAGO CASH GHA1K . ' - : Wheal: rum. Corn; (New) No 2 yeUow 1.37(li No 3 1,12-mi.-Oat*: No 1 heavy white . 70H; No 1 ext» Jiej\-y--'while '71. -Barley'nomln'al: maltlux cholc* 1.16-40; feed '.V^.VJ. ." .- : . . " . . ' / : DENVER '.(** -- Gov..' Johnson lashed-out'Thursday a t - a delay; in plans bythe Colorado Highway Dept'. foir'a tunnel'thrbiigh thc'Con- tihental Divide hinting that they were. Vhalf-baked" ' and - that week's delay in presenting them would be-"very serious!"" 7 * ',:,..': H i n f c a f Sp*clij S*ii!ori ' "Thc^governor indicated he inighl have to present the matter to the Legislature" later a t ' » "special ses siori,' rather than taking it "up during the regular-session" in January, \.Since-'the ;lawmakers^haye- only 28 days 'of pay left, this ' might mean-: they, would Have "to work 'Warren -Myiander. /;;'MpfoR cb. · " Lincoln -- Mercury. : 1412 8th Ave. . Phone 615 cohfe ren c e "que stion, Uia highway Engineer "'Mark U Watrous and? that Administrativi Ehginefir:. Charles '':Shumat« .'.h'ai talked over the : tunnel data wii him. . - - - . ' / . - - ,.:·',-- '.-.," · ·:··· ,_ "I lias'.'qiiHe 'dlsappoinled/;- th g6ycrnor v sard."; : /;:"'" : " - ; " . . ; V ·'· H i^ddn 1 t*sec how I can presen "the matter t b ' t h e - G e n e r a l Asaem bly; with the.data. they have suj ·rnitted.'/-'.^ "-:;i' V.-,: "Vr ; .-'s-v : "He"'addcd,- "froni";what Iriinde' slab/l, r 1he. report will be' fir'-froi conclusive.-" " '·' ''.-'· !' j · ." -" ; : : .Will Us*No/Half Baktd'.RtFwrf V He-said heidoesn't; 1 in I eiid to g before ,the legislature.'jf'wilh an 'half-baked report" on the'-timne situation. . Johnson.indjlcated.that the High way Department's infof mat ion complete'on only one site,\althoug h« rrefus'ed-to say so'*flatly,-add ing that he .hasn't, seen-"the fina report BKAKE3 tcHiicd 1.1 low "u IM.9S, {·eluilM p»rti ami Itbor. All Vinii " - ' · ir.tcbanieil - VadUtan ' mrl rt?iir At lot* - ' ' . ( orV,- New *i-d used all tjpei ot radiator pTjcn. J«hn Thosipfon N. FA A»t Ph..47«. Aute tftikrs TRAILERS (or r*nt, nwwl«r» 103 N. llth Art. Pb. M4W. .Peatcrete New Find CHICAGO O R A I M ' T A B L E . . · .· - - - Klfh Low WHEAT - ' : ' - ' ' December - .3.12 a:09^ Hatch - 3.10H 2.08 July - · , _ Eeplerabc CORN. D*c«mbtr March - July -.Vrz-- September . O A T S December March " J u l y V ~ RYE. - - March . July"; ' TM -" 1.2514 _ : 1.M3* _ J.33H -^ IJfi _ 1.31H' . .'. ! _: .6414 ..,, - 1.34W I.llU 1.31V't 2.32K Up:. J!S;;i95 ^GREEtEY.TlRIIBjfoji;'I DENVER tf) -^-Casey* TibbV,of brt: Pierr«;. s, .p:,'" won thc^ all- round cowboyr.chtrapipnshipi for Eleventh- time' hV'lW'.- but -'lost 5ad.dlc .bronc -riding : title 1 "to eb': Copenh aver, "of;' Post FalJ s; aho, for: tta 'first (inic. in 'four earslv' ^V,.', ..= V.-Y '. '*~ ·*·'.,'] Thfi. lUndlngR wcro, announced igrsday ty the Rodeo Cowboys' ssn..:, ; : ^" ; '^- ; -:W: .^v"-·-',-· -.:-.- Although'th«. 1955:rodeo season \*riol^officially^ over, : RCA Sec? «tary^ : Buster.";-Ivory-} s'ald. v results om -. all' / iodeos : ; affecting', the larrt^plonships- were ^included in "a relLm'Lnary. audit. - ;·..\,, -':'-*.\ ; Benny .CombVprchecptah', Okla, iged his older brother'and coach, 'illard, for thc'sleer wrestling ti : e by-687-points/^ ,.'.. -_)*.' In bareback' : broiic' J .riding|' Eddy kridge of.Hcsperia,' Callf./handi: .won 1 the-crown for tho .third raight year ^ovor. Jim SKoiildcrs f-HcKryclla, 'Okla. '.' ' ' - i v - . " · - : ·The- new calf roping champion , Dean QKyef of Boise,'Idaho. He eld a fat lead throughout'IhcLs'e'a- on.i Jn bull- ridings-Shoulders won ·Ith '3, 9,625-pojrit margin:^ ; ^; ' Tibbs.- compiled"»'. "record 42,064 bin(5' and now, plans to retire rom.. full-time.' competition. · Each oint represents 'avdollar w6ri ; iii odeo cmpelitioh. - r ..' '· l ". : : : .': Also announced were winners'-ol eain^r6pmg- : and slcer ( roping*, h'es'c', aro · not : among ·-. the,v- five (andard, rodeo events, .but Ihe .· recognizes; ^ch^nipjons. The .tea'hi-- roping* champ is Vem ro of Ltvermore; Calif. Shoat Webster o£":Lcnapah ( " Okla., won tcer ; roping' honors, ; - ' . . . The lo? five 'hse» la' each e v e n 4 r _ All-around cowbiy' -- Tibbie 41.06* olr.tsi Shoulders, r.6UV. Akrldie,' U.CSB [arry Tprupklni. Dublin; T«x., .' X3^£* ,lvln Kel*oo, Sentinel-Butte, W..T).f 21,211 Saddle btoae rldipf --* Capeobaver, 24. 2 l i - T l b W , - U . 9 « f J . D.' McKemna, Sber Jia, Wyo, f I5.B15; ." Bill . W a r d / Anfel 'aoip,,C»llf., 11.791; :CJuy.Weeks, AbL.tene B a r e b a c k ' b r o r . c TWTna:' -- ·' AVrWge Ijl3j Shoultlf'r*,' H J 6W;-'"TlbbJ, VH.»ai ark Buichboni, Ca5Vtllt ' Wli.,'; 13^1* S'elscn,, 11,«5. -'! · f ' - ' · ' - ' Steer wreatljnf -- Denny Combi, 13 Vlll»rcf Combii I3.055J Harify May, 1 nf. N.i M . , - . 10,760; Wijbur . - P i a u j HI, N. Prillrr, - ·Bull. V l d l n i .to ward JUi Calil.. 9JJSi BO" 1 O R . , . ,Tia.-. - . . .. ..... - Shaukier., 13.073) Dear, ; wauken.^--N. ' D., -13.«l * · * , . i . v . . L - . ' ·.'i : OI\T: COLLl'NS.-'-i i siyen : sepi- r«U - dairy.,-, event!: ·. Kive^bcen packed Into « ··'( hiree^ay'. 'session', scheduled ' fbV ^ F'efiru*ar«. · K-16, 9W, · it Colorado .. A; .Vijd VM ; Cpl : ege, innounces H. A/'Sandhoiise, extensioin'.!d)irymah. ' :,:t/:i . .:C;M- ,0ri Tueidy,;'Fiibfui'r^ -14, .there yiil-bc. the .aifriuar.'sliort coufjse or d'airyy-fie]dmen',' : Mhe' .'innual meeting o( (he .·Colofado"" Jersey ^atl le . Club ; a'ticj -.the : « n nual . m'eet- ng .of h the Colorado "branch ;o£ Ihc ·Americtn'Dairs;; Association.-.-' . Wednesday** ; program ^ 'includes the. annuil 1 . Dairy Dayj- . . which Icalures.' Dr/ 1 ^lalcolnj: Trout vtf Michigan- Sate :Universily's dairy .nduslry ^department. .Also, scheduled is ,lhe : d airy." processors 1 ', coiv lercnce-'and ba'nquet. in the : eve: ning. :.'·{·" '·',', '·' '..'· V · f: -'v ?; 1 The annual meeting 61 the-'Stafo Brpwn 1 Swiss Association anil (tic daify,manufaetufer's'. .'short 'c'puVY'6 are siatuu'iOl l -.-Thursuay.T--- · "V-- · In the pasl,"most' of Ihcse. events have v been'- held .'on. the- colleg-j campus. .a^diUercnlMimes of 'the year.; However,-- ihroii'gh 'the:; 1 .^ oper»t!on''of the' various 1 grqiips, the · nYeetihgs .'were concehlrated Ifiio , the, three'; days .' in mld-Feb' rdary. · r ^ .'."'' :".J! '' ' ·'*. -. i : "We have centered the activities «b6ut. ; Dairy Diylfor the convenience o£. persons, .who. wish: to ;at. tend s?veral v of'the. dairy events," explains s -SBndhouse..^".Tlie. result is 'z ' Ihfee-daVt'p.rogram^ _which- should be ol'.iop-interesl^lb eyeryr one in the dairy industry;'^ : i S" )..'.{ .·Detailed .programs' of . I'iia''; dairy events will be' 1 available.'soo^at county exlcnsidn ^ffjcos..-' ' .f ·'··:'. wi zar^ry alter' ii bt' Just' tfie'. irt' but ' ' National .. Gwgr"»piO(»ciet'yN'«fays'. · ' " ' Map (Ime.'in.^iscienlifiQ'^eVauif'pn^thii ' last unknq^;continent:^l;iy-ill b done as-.part; of-ii'; 1 search effort '? Iht iwqrfd-wid'S?re o Head -Bank! at San Antonio . ly. dumps.\:;Badio twili-'ilif*. (o- ejh'eif tises; ol .hall, Y-^oze'.i;' na-' " ' Oil 1 IuTeV; J "fVtT""woMh.''TeJf.T v l), 1 t»f' 1 Tool* ~ t Bf( Spring, ftxifl 13JUl'.'Bay Vrbarton,* -Bandera,- T«:.'''-iUHJ · B^-.J.- refri! 1 Frc«no. CiUr..*5JUi FjW -DirneU, 1 Rodeo, N. M., 4A94;.-J6«.G1erji, Doutlnii 4J11. 1 .- , . , . - : .., - · , - . .. ; Stont'wall,' OkU.," 3J91J1 Cli.rk Mc,- Ktowa/. Okla., l,lSTi Troy pprt, iloA, N. M , , - 1A53; Gael Siwjttj Torrin«tan,' Wyo., , U l f l . - - . * · . - . · · ."Mbhtfose" School:' .' ·M6NTKpSE,j'W! rr !)r6nli'os High Sc'httpl ."was," clWod. Thursday after ··ifinT^ima^etl dig adminijlrallye bilWa..-HiVw : ihe third · b l . z ' (he s bulkling : in six weeks. =;;'L. Superinteiident' Hugh Summers 'ordered 'the hutMing closed to .the public . unfit.' insurance.;, adjusters complete n'. Investigation. .He -indicated' the school -might not reopen -- iintll holidays; · after: · the Christmas ply. geih'e tioUs;; Men iwlilOinovo to" i..^,. thc~sputhcrn;contlncnt-'by HlH'sea anrt..if; ." · ';; ;'"'-'· ','-, .-"- -' - ;.nol)crt.E..Pcary'-l'6ok'.-n-jcarj and three eXpixlilioniito.cfosl'ths 396 '-.milcsv IrojnXi(|'r'4elj{ ! s'.i.fjirth- : l^portli ip Ihe K'orth^pie'.T^day, c ar -Iho" s amp" 'G r'cenla ndEstf'imo llagc, from . which'- Pearj^dfew cd dogs anit-'dfrversj -^tUajl' " !ia'nl.T1 ' c Pol _ t ^. -ti Tho. aircfiiieiSscif.': pirha'ps' tht tiil-«Vi't.+n- ' '· NEW YORK Ifl --.Daily. average gross crude oil and lease eohden'- galc production increased 86,100 barrels in the week ended Dec. 9, totaling 6,022,500 and ^compared with 6'.341,o6b tarrels, a year ago, tlie 'American Petroleum Institute reports'. Daily ; average; production by ' l.llli 1.17 1.11- l.Ui MV'.i l.Uli 1.IIV4 l.UK 'l.t« 1.17K !.]!( 1.16V^ i-~ '-.'· A arid' ·"; !;;;WHEELERS - ; ' " : Your: FORD: Daaler . , v .'-til ilia si.'.-' '. Or«ie7, coio. Dodge -- Plymouth 1108 8th 'Avenue ·····^ Ph.: r l n - y i g , on Skye Island oU. Scotland, a new building has been constructed of Peflcrete. This is .« composition of peat and Concrete and macks, one of the new uses for peat which are being developed' by cx- periments in Scotland. Peat is, also, being ;used as fuel for electricity generator:; a n d phonograph records, dyes and varnishes, boot'polishes and. artificial wood all have been made'of peal, 2.000,666 acres \vrytlnnu in-the Highland long, have been a handicap to farm-. NEW CONTHACTS Mar«h May July OLD CONTRACTS JanD.ry IJ^RD ..... ; · JaiUJrr March · M»'y. July'; _1 10.74 TM I0.5 _ 11.17 _ J I . M . _- l l . t f 10.91: ji.n. 10.S · 11.17.. 1I.4S . stales and change from previous week'iricluded: · ·' : rKebraska 27,800, 115) 400; Norlh Dakota- 38,300, 'up '7,100; Wyoming 276,400, up 6,000; -Montana 43,500, down'HO; Co|orado I53.SOO, up 7M; : U(ah 4,500, down 50. : Chicago: Grain. . 10.97 .11.17 : 11.41" . . (o' It: KANSAS CrTT CASH GRATN ·Wh«*t -507 C "«»- tto^n Iti Vo 1 hard and dart hied No 1 I.H-2.MKN; No 1 rd IZK-MSH: No 1 J.IIH-MS'.SH. ... . , Corn 32 can; down i; lo vy le: No' 3 »hUe 1.U-1.WN; ho 3 1.40-1.45N; .Vo 2 yellow 1, ml«d 1.39; No . 3 . 1.M-1.33M. 1 Oti t ear; ur.efcarifed to down No 2 vhUe M-7aV.N; ^ f o 3 C7-71fiN. mto itialte J.135.1S.N. Kallr 2.1J-1 I6N". - ne 1.14-1.17.V. ; ' Barley 1.03-l.HN. :Bran ».2J-37.oe'. ' -. . - Grains went inlo a-Vlbw^bu't sldadj decline on the .Board of Trade .Thursday after 'an early .attempt to advance petered 'put: i.-While selling wasn't "heavy, , the declines 'mounted up as the session wbre^qn: Jesse's ran Iff 'more .lhan a .cent in s all cereals Isie · in' the day. -.'. ^ '· ·- \. .-': , :. Part '.of the telling represenlet profit laking. Some' came /from 'fjf; | holders of pecember (uiurej wh ' didn'r^aht lo .accept^dcliverie; o f cash grain.. . ' · - . " · .Damage .lo the offices was. extensive! destroying" cibln'ets"/ desks and other fixtures...' V ! -The..'first fire origlna'lcd in the ·oiler., room, ' destroying supplies nd · 'causing. .'smoke . d a m a g e hrbughout the' b'ulldm'g.^ The 'sbc- nd fire discovered a.week; ago.-in storeroom on the main floor was xtingiiished without'.damage. ; eyeauxV " o^;; Aihteiic-Gonirriissipn DENVER :"wi'" ^- "HiroldV-C.' \x- eauXi' 45, veteran.of Colorado box- ng circle's, iili halned Thursday is temporary ;executive .director 3f the Colorado Athletic Commls -Gov. ' E d w i n C. ' Johnson an iouncijd the appointment and salt Ls'v.eaux -would assume the pos mmedlately. He "will replace Wai ;er H.. Asnjus, who ,ls recovering 'rom a. heart attack atjd is on leave of a.bs'ence. '. . ' ^ ' ' Levcauxi- who. formerly liycd 'in Piieblo,- hastbe'cn"-licensed', as a trainer, a second, professional' box . . , \.-' l\[arin.pn,^ ^liperinlehd en l^.of ·: lli'e Air 'Force ·^cadeihy,-VviU..-'.rei.lr« fom "Jptlye^'duly-; hexU }'6af'Vanid ]r61]ai)ly\\willv';bjGcome., a».-Texas bank president. No s.Uccessqr'.hVs ecn .me'nllbne'd:' ' ( -y '-^ . ^ .·..·'^. . Harmon,. KJ, r .was .a;n)'e°mfer-;o' the-Bam'e-U. S.' Military.-'Acade'm 1Q15 class- as President Eis'cnhovve an*. w»s the.rrcsldent'sChoice fo head' of !lhe- natl6n's!newesl.'Berv ice 'schoolj 'Which; opened ; iis^!ir, classes-last July..' -, · · : . - · · ;-v- ·-" ;,: To Ht.d K.lly Fi.ld B.nk , \. .'. f Gen. IIar;non has* been of/ere Ihe presidency.''.of .tljp .Kelly'.-Field National .Banky.at;-San.-.~AntonlO(-- .T«x.',"'; an ,'ac.ade my: a nn pun cement said Thursday,;'':! i'-.-y. : '''{'- '·' .',/ -:.;;';!/ this :pffcr;.is'. stiU'- : ;openj'.'t6 him', when he 'is retiir'n.ed to retired itifiis. hy^the,-Air Force,-;'ho-.in ; tends to accept i t . ' However, -no ; has no' Intention of resigning , as supbrin(endenl oi^tlio academy .ti do so. 1 '-'.: J V ' : : , - : ·': . u ".'\-' 1 .!.: The'', annpimcemcnl- said Ihat'.in naming tlarmon. .to. .head ' the. academy,' Hie President 'said au thprity for the -assignment ivould w terminated no later than Nov.' ' '' d ar, ,;lon5-'ran gi'_' jricUo..;, n»v,i|«Uon · . (loran),' and"plane5 -6C "tre'mendous · rangej regions 'ithat niigh'Vr'kever beV;compteiely'. expfof'edr.on^land Wall 4eet;' Spending I^ess on Bee 'Britons .'are drinking .less b«r i 'and 'culling'' down on ·'tobacco;'' causing the .Exche-. qiii-r to lose $14,000,000 in re- yentifi. every, month in. taxes, compared with · a year ago.. One .explanation-'is Uat bud-, get-buying' hai tied up .their/ .funds and they|can't affoid.lo 'drinV. and smJAe as much. : Publicans blame TV »'··;·' counter attraction which 'their ciistomers -' ·· : -American soft di 'ing"jjro'iindjbut midd|e;ag'e-o-" jj . men ilill 4*efer their cup of ' with only ·.tM^--- : -'.-r/-i---.:--- if :-\,f.. ;--,'-· lail «ni»J i N E W YORK 1* -- Aircrafts'.and a\ few.- key .issues' were higher Thursday . in. a generally lower stock market.- . :- ··'·"' /';. ' G a j n 8 . a n d lo'sse^ spread'over a somewhat narrow range' that, extended from 3 poinU higher · to around 2 lower. , · . . . . '.Business was subdued.at in eili- maled 2,200,000 sharej · as .'com-' pared With 2.670,000 ihares\Craded, Wednesday when ,the;mirktl was shsrply lower, .'.--'· \^-j.i'.- .'' ' Aircrafts were buoyed by con?n which keepj:; ^inued news ofJbuymg-by govern- al home. Now.', meht and piiv'afe iniere'atx. ./-. rink's are gain-: · i : l. - l/^ r . /'·' f--r:--! v --^ ' r ' = ·.'·^S-' - ' - - " j : - / / A K h c i u g h V « a g l e s t ' f a * i f . ' f l y awi'y n^tk '..I.. V « . 1 T ....I^b'l. I k . . . ^^1' weights _lhey cin animal* tbtjr.-eannoyiiR.-l :.:,-:·; Turkey tomi -- Local Market . Oils, 'cwt. '· ' _$1.8 PinYo "beaifs, cwt._ Buttcrfat- ___ _. Eggs' in' trade -li_ large;.: -- ---^ -42.1 . AA medium' ' A'medium, A trnall ·'·' C-grade'and cricks :l»rp:heiui"aiK' ' is',-! aid.'over : ^ Hylinw', Leghorn'tieiu.and Hylinw, 4V4 . ' ·'lb«. : 'nrf under '' ' 1?J Fryerj'..'-. Pullets, 4 )bs". «nd ow niV.iri'·-?·?· '·"'·: "·' Duck Turkey'b«iii '-- , ing judge, malchmakcr and dcput; bpxihg commissioner. He boxed a an amateur :. from-. 1026-30 -.am trained the Pueblo Ordnance Depo boxing team -.ftjom.- 1950-52. .._. Leveaux' now liyes.in Dcnvcj Johnson laid. Asmus 'probably wi be. away from his position for a least 8 months and will be give his . post back upon return. District XouJ: .- -.' : , ' Mrs. : Rose : Galicia ; I-aCoe ; o Rpij(t; i'f · Fort Lupton , ' filed a . d vo'r'ce .complaint against Norma Jesie I^tCoe. They werc,marrie( March 30, I952 y al Plalteville an have two children... Ex-Congrrisman Dies '-. '-· SAN -HATE6,' Calif...-- H»ri Webster;-Musselwhile, 87, Dcmp eratle.representative in Congres from the 91h'.-dis(jric( : of-M!thiga in 1933-iU and irtiewspaperman fo more. Iha'nSsi}''years in Detroj "Chlcsgo,' St. Louis and Terr *,'tad., died.Wednesday,. .---.':' ' . - '-a'-- ·"· ".-. -··- ; '·'·' -Miy.Ritlri by July :" ; However,' there-\verc'. indications iat Harmon'would 'retire befoW ie- academy's' second, class' ro- Kvrli-'riciit'.July. He 'was-recallcd rom. retirement . I n November, 953, to be special-.assistant lo-fhe ecrctary of the^Air Force on'mat- jrs reicrrmg lo.thd academy... The' Kelly" Fjclif:,b.ank . recently flasscs for .the Air. Academy .are ,ow held at'Lowry-Air Force Base n Denver. The per'ninnc'rit hcadcv ny.-will be 10'"miles -northwest. p[ Colorado Springs' \yith complclion xpecled by -1958," , :.;·: · ' , . . . _ _ Tmiks^iciyu'^fi' the face of·- a.iclirved'jearth*;fel'e'njEe'lcr'-'' I ng'' d e vises ·. rccdrd.' f c rnriera'^ ures, winds,-; and.-'cIccirical";c.on3Ui6ns, radioing IJie rda(lin^-"ba(iyfo : the -. n n n A . f t . 'it-_- :"..'· -L*'""'*-r.-.Vi' _'-. · Boneafhi.'ihe'-seas, 1 .n ' ' ' . , . ploring 'devices' 'aind.'evetf; jifinned · diving . cham'bcr's^-"capaiiio''Kiten:- lihljy'.'of, roa'ching^'thei'b'olfilo] of tho'-'deep'csl'Inipjv'n ocean .area' extend man's, abili!y...iq-.expi^ his · today's cxpldrcrV.-'.fhis'year.irfeJfnost extensive riiapping ·projcc'f'iifihii- Pageant To Be Given at . entire visjhlc '.universe,-. is-. being completed with . the- wid e : .i ngl j Big SclimldtVftcles'cope _th ^.'th« .-.seven- year Nalional, Geographic Sociely- ralomar Obse'ry^fpry^Sky. Survey. . Nearer -.'hflm'e'-ilnat, -Is,'. ojily. 35 railljon .m|Ies'.'a\,va}' J 4 fhe.,'ScK:iety and ,Lij.wei|" .oBi^rva(a'ry.i;i^e..e'm. ploying -th,'o methiid! 'ot- astr()nomy to'.-expIore.-Uie,: pl.inel. ji^j.,.Re-' cently,- they 'found^a ·.neW'..;$rjea Martian r«rea"'almdst'ihe j iiize of ' ' exican ; The'ilast"of a ! four-ycar series p[ Chrisfmai pa'ge°anls. ; ,wiU_- 6«' 'presented In the Niinn-HIgh school fu- liiforium Sunday .evening, Dec, 18, at 8 o'clock/.'Public-Is 4 Invtled;to attend.:;/ !-.'. ; /t: -' ; '.' " ;·' ' -"' Heason for. discontinuing 'these presentations after this year is-lhat Ihe aulhonand director, i)r, DSvid A. Johnson,- pastor of. the Presny- terian church, will retire from (tie ministry and.move .to..Texas next year.' ".';'!,. " .',.'. .'.' -r' ; The pigeant.thiVycar.is.caUed The Sacred, Scroll-and is. a pageantry 'adaptation · ol 'ah -riginal story about lh,e Wise jlcn and how. they came Id meet, writicri by'Df, Johnson a few years ago. The pageant requires 19 characters-'in impressive, costumes' and, as. usual, contains beautiful'. lighting · effects. ; Dr. J.ohrison-'is, the .'author; and producer of'200 or more plays'and p'a'seanl.*, .both- religious and secular. 'Some.h.ave been guplfshtiLand staged-: extensively ''throughout; tie nation. ' ·_ .··'. r . . . ·-.. ; ' . : · C6'url:-'.5'4' ' · - ,.--, - ..,-.. ..- Masc'aur;j f *as"\shot !b-de?fh in 'rijnt; ft .his "home' el Ijjy^ Ihl^-ycar. :tft-h3ld'biieh inyplYed.in.a£i^t for iBfoiv Jea9crshiy. v '^-.' r -'" · -.^?^.' ^ Alarcphi and (h'rec. blh'crs ~wero :onvictea by Ihe'SjdttBf inal Court. The Stipre'm'c. CourlL-tr^versed .th» verdict and freed all /our. ' : . Gabriel'-.' A! afc{.n.(. : j ChrgpK .'sen- Icnccd .lo 50. .y.cars ^fqr ·.i'i^Ojg · !h Ihe. murder ; 6f filmj unii}ii'leader : ' ' ' - ' i - ' ' Copper 'Gqnpjpjjny ' Jlode'fn iiriln.ers"fc'cjvhre". » -reserved blocif:pf 'kir 'sp ; afce a^o'sl 30 miles' long,:-. during 'Jnstttim'c'nl flight,.as a safeguard agaiiit col- ' " ' BAGDAD, Arifi witiftfcstfRus- sell Dickie;;££, general 'niariagcr of jho Bagdad Copper. Co., 'died of a''heart-attack' krhls : 'hojne':her« early Wednesday. ,-.V"?'. I t- i -· ; · Dickie ifai'^'viyelerin''.'of 30 jcars ,o( mining; in iirizph.a. and had bian ; iener«_l\mariater ]p_C th«. Bagdad mine suice I^li;^ 1 ^::;". - ' : · DicMe..was -borri-Jafii-'iti^lDM, at Indcpcnfdcnc^Colo. /··,...-.- ' _ H?.. started '.his mining career with' the/Unite"*}'.VS8c .Cb£per Co.. 'atiJefpn'Ve in",J3M. Ipj-J$2ft,h^(vv eR *. Ni-ith'United Verde Ejriension. Co. ol Jerome, as^a 'mectanka) en- gint«, - ..: J?-^; ; : ,;·:''' ·-'--)!

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