Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 3, 1961 · Page 19
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Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, November 3, 1961
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KM) b»«t* 41 MODERN without II urjTM II Htht El X-IU9 t»0r*om honit on t ier«. . Ph. El, 2-2IM. I'OR SALK-rA»t. bou»at IS» sti St. 3 art. Encom* llO p«r Ko. 1'h. tl. :-03ll. Will IrKfe. FOR SALE Beautiful »ew two level honw In Alles Acree. Just 3 houiei north of Jackson School. 3 bed. rooms, Hi baths, living room Adth tirtplawv kitchen w i t h dishwasher, disposal and Tap. pan 400. Dining srea and patio upstairs. Kxtra large, doubla car, tiled j.irago and 1 Urge recreation room with '(lrcplHC« and bath downstairs. Call EL 2-3957 Feral 50 K I I W A H U S Ctwvroui u tot new and u««4 irutki t'OR SALfc-- KuUxr llrcd tvsica with k«T trailer. «l«o aaaUtr l.whttl KL t-UH. ·I.A.STK! FlJa. Lar.ttl lie*! In flunk em I'otiiranV Slj Tout tn 32 [uul wltllhj. IWL'. (our a n i l .1. mil Ihl.-k. nri*' lirluAtkw snrt PII»-«I Kqulp tm-nl ln-. * mllra fcKilh Dn HI«V »a» 88. lbi.«« O. I-0*s · U(*4 C*n M4l Truck, 51 K I 1 W A H I I . H riii fin new and * 10S9 INKRNATIO.S'AL S f U J - i u l i . ton IrucV. V-a motor, lo«» wl . bn«. 3 ipced with overdrUt. $1,300. Cull Klj 2-ltU. or El, 2.0S84. ft inrt r«v»UUi| ll«rrt -rar1l»Mr» All IJT4» «* ««»· · r.d trNok rtpnlnnft InhB' rVt«ip»».n (Jar*... Ml CIS A~,. nt 111 N HI. Af Kl «.|M» ' F«rm thirty mini SO OUTSTANDING BUY! Tlire« year old, three bedroom, 111 baths, brick hom«. Attached garage. Located In Jackson- Heath School District. AESunte exislliiK FHA loan, no quality ing. Asking $H,600. Will require only 5589 for equity, · mouthly liayments U13.15, P.I.T.l. You won't find n bolter buy in Greeley. Call owner in Denver at SKyline 7-OS17, ' Early Trader's Bonus . I s Here With A SHOWER OF DOLLARS s ' For You! Deal now , . . collect bonus dollars now I The Early Trader's Bonus is yours ou any purchase of $500 'or more . . . from tractors to twine, from tillage tools to harvesting equipment. · . C O M B IN' TODAY SO \VB CAN FIDUD.K Y O U R KARI.Y T R A D E R ' S B O N D S D E A L OS THE 111 E Q U I P M E N T YOU NEED. THE K A K L I R I l YOU T11AI1B T U B M O H E . B O N U S DOLLARS Y O U GET. Ellis Capp Equipment Your International Harvester Dealer 508 8th Ave. / * Phone EL 2-9141 HOME IN'THE COUNTRY Two bedroom frame homci steel kitchen cabinets, oak floors, full Insulated, full basement. Garage, block barn w i t h ' b o x stalls (or those ponies. $7,000. \VE HAVE THE BUYERS List your farm with us mid get the advantage o [ ' u u r national advertising. STROUT . REALTY HAROLD GADE. Branch. Mgr. 803 Boulder' St., Evans EL 3-0269 Lundvall · REALTY . 1515 .Stli Ave. EL'2-S6SS Good Used Tractors For Sale -- Priced to' Sell!. --. Oliver 1951 model "77" on wide' front. ' International 1944 model "M" with Super Kit. Case 1958 Model "400" gas, with three point. Case 1950, Model "LA", standard gas. Massey 1950 Model "55". Standard gas. ' International 1947 model "WR-9", propane. Many Others to Choose From Check Our Lot Before You Buy Special of the Week John Deere "A". Tractor on Single Front Hammbns Implement Co 717 6th St. Phone KL 2-768* UtW Ca Trwlu 51 11 CHKYSLMl. i:slra. JIM. t tln» at 1110 Hill A\r. lliNKHATORS a n J .l.r,^. wa Mlt fu«i pumi'i New uied · milt Come rt OoW» ant) Sa rlH-l tit llli SI «nrt «*K Ave K6rd 'Kalrtane It A d « H t . K!, iKiwtr lrtirfi.s tiiid t n r l u r v all cofid.: ra . n n d l l l o i i n h t , Pl Tier 6 flu RM. Edwards Chevrolet .Go. 1956 CHEVROLET X) ton. Cab and .chassis, deluxe heater, good nib- er. 1954 CHEVROLET 2 ton. Cab.and chassis. De- uxe heater/two s]eed axe. 8:25s all around. 1958 CHEVROLET . !/o ton. Long 'wheel base, six ' cylinder, four' speed 1951 CHEVROLET *· ton, ;hree speed transmission. 1960 FORD Palcon Ranchero. Slick Like new.. 8000 actual miles. FOR SPECIAL PRICES ON THESE TRUCKS See-iOne of These Salesmen a . T H E - LOT . WITH THE REVOLVING OK 1310 8th 'Aye. Joo nuiba.1, EL 2-0041 Victor Reid, EL 2-2050 Fred Miller, Enton 44S-JI Bruce Tarrant, EL 2-7'rlC Bill "Povrers,-El. 3-1D53 Dean DachenberK, EL 2-27-1S Art Halverson,-EL 3-3162 Gene Uellenlrach, BL 3-2720 Open Evenings 'til 8:30 'ourself Crbur the drudgery o driving an old, worn out car . . , ine lliat sons up the gan atid uakes MEALS out of oil. Visit Garnsoy and Wheeler, 711 IHh Street In UiW Ctrl tn4 Traclii FOR SAI.-1061 KsrJ SlarHnfr J ir hanftoti. Crul3«-onittle d r E t t . Kxcel. lent c o n d l t l u n . 2209 »lh Ate. Fh. KL 2-M76. · · «SO COXVKT1K. 1 nx«]. tGI cubit inch cn'Elr.t ^ I t h iluil fouri. K , rarpctlnv w) r!cven cents ci Liluc rarpctlnv w) r!cven cen kcqu«r/ K[. ?*75^1 after 3 p.fli ] Dudrt KOIl SALE--1D59 2 Ocor V.s. n u t o i n a llonlns, radin. hoaler.'SJ.OOT ll.Sej. Phone Kb 2-6149. 1416 10th Ar«ni« Oil 8 A L K - 1fl. r ,0'COfCVETTB looil rubber, 3(11 cii. In. Tuel In- ectlnn engine, recently r*bnllt, nth tops, low mileage, nvery. lilnj; In gcxid cotiditinn. Contact Im .Morton, A L p I n o 7-3261, \«lt, Colo, alter 6 p.m. I XAI.h, I«M raid StarllMY VK w mtl.e«gf. Kl. U.n«. KOR SALE--1MO 4 oo: Xamb!cr. 4 iw tlr«, !»,»C4 mlln, »1.JM. l'r[- itr I«r(j. Call KL J-41H SEVEN nut.iaadrl truck, for "!» or trfcW At Sl«fcn Votdr Co., Johni Uwn, B3T.21R. , ; FREE Ireeley. FOR .ho bEseest deals lii town. Re- nembDr, Garnsey and Yv'fveeler as the widest selection of tie. pendable used cfir« in town. n - ith real bargains for one and ALL! 1957 Chevrolet Be' \\t 2-Door Hrmltop. .V?, radio, hater, Pow- erGlide. Turquoise and whtte. , I960 Ford Sunliner Convertible VS. radio, liealer and crulseo- mcvtic, Turqoiilae wilh white top. 1957 Ford Custom 300 2K cubic (ucli. VS. radio, lieat er, standard trnnBinlssion, Two lone blue. . I960 Falcon 4-D6or with radio, henter. Fordoniatic deluxe trim. Monle Carlo red 3 BEDROOM frame, .excellent scbool location with good loan that can lx «s sumed. - Present payment less than fSO.OO per.-rao. BRICK . . ; ·- Full finished basement. G. T. loan with payments of f 96.00 per TOO. $300.00 DOWN ' Payments like rent. Total price 4 Con mnt Trwki 'Uud C.ti m*4 Truck! 51 4'ACRE TRACT South of Greeley. Henry F. Slarkus KL 3-1345 Buying A NEW Home? Save on furnishings -Read classifications 27 and 30 for real household bargains. 4-A THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE . TO BUY A 1961 ' . LINCOLN CONTINENTAL (1) . MERCURY ' (1) . . COMET (i) . ' OR . ENGLISH FORD (2) SAVE.- SAVE - SAVE . McMILLEN MOTOR GO. Llncoln-Mercury-Comet-BngllEh Kord C«« Ttvckt 5 FOM oil KI, r.l»l. rC.IIMI uickuo. 4 Iftti I1M.UU KOK KAl.K-'iwi ford (frkiin. ^ A^tt^ itiKr. XK-I2«. inl For ltHm. IL »S( JEEP lUUon ».r lnd*r, «ulom«Uf h u b . J x l .IT til. new rubb*r. IMfl U A U 1 I . I . A I I ar' K»]l rHiw»f. Srt.n IXVII» :»tKnl rnndllln WANTED 10 rent Ar bay-- 4c*p or jc«p pklcup, for twenty rfiyi ui« Cill EL l-:t:?. 14« FOXD coupe, Vllh. 1 is Ch«. V-s nnHiii ririf nn1 ln*k n i i f m l » ^ r v h"* t«r I'm Pb Kl ".».») HI OHr.V. 4 Jr. N«» ilkk«r. I'm Un«, brkM. inow UrM. 1135.00 IMS 10th Avt. )X)X SALE bj ow nl r-l»!0 F.lcnn 2. dr. ititlun wigon. Rliilo, htiler. it- lus* tnlcrkir, cle»n. Eb t-2237. O K - S A I . K -'65 FoM" P8 Uurk-lrap tor and '££ Frafhiuf trali^r. hoth In excellent cnnnLITon. S«4 after 6 41 Kin Z3rd 51 YOU can our thi« 1X8 F»d VI panel thh »«lE. bribe and litbt itlck- er, ro6d .rubber, paint, and motor. Ph. F.r, l.Uil, Stsl fltir taliu. N K I N r ^ 1tMrn clrancd. 'J.V u b Alt type* bJd7 and fender * A-] M i n t Jo%«. Inkr ai J4Q John ThompMn (la'raKe. fiOl )^lh Are., IK N Mh A» Kl J.1f(! FOR SALE--1S61 r o n t t u e Calaltna, 4- door Mdan. id.HO milea.' Fotver Bteerinz and braVea. - tinted clan, »hlUirM!J and all other deluxe lurea. Tentfa. Trade. Pat !.I3!3. jara: El. 3.7558 null, i alter t. IS',1 riyYMOUTH Balredere (-Jr. Ra. dio. heater, automatic. S9.0CO mllea tSIE.M: 'GS riTmeulli -ir. R a d i o h e a t r r . ' , HrinMon. Colo. . . . at ' 202 So. 3rd St., REPOSSESSIONS I95S Ford Fairlnne MJoor. 1951 Chrysler. AETNA FINANCE 708 9th Avenue Call EL 2-2508 SPECIAL, 1300 Corvalr (31-A). Door. Kadio, While _ 1412 8th Avenue Phone EL 2-5950 - Bank Terms to Suit the Buyer AUSTIN AUCTIONS FURNITURE AUCTION' Sat., November 11, 1961, 12:30 p.m., 423 10th St., Greeley, Colo. MABBLi GP.OSSKOPF . Holpoint elec. range, n e a r new; Weatinghouse S ft. re(rlg.; dark maple . dining table anti four chairs; buflet; overstulfed hfde-a-b'ed; 2 overstuffed living room sets; 4 pc. bedroom set complete; oak kitchen table and Tour chairs: several end tables and lamps; 3 dressers; bed complete; occfls. chairs; rocker; wringer washer; 2 nice rugs; Venetian blinds; Hoover sweeper; radio: electric appliances; pedal sewinr/machine; kerosene 3 burner stove and oven; ice boi; 3 step ladders; crocks; 2 wheel box trailer; yard toots and lots o( misc. Items. This Is clean furniture. Plan to attend. Terms: cash. BUILDINGS TO MB MOVED Friday. November 17,1961. 10:00 A.M. State of Colorado, Department of Highways, Greeley By Pass. Will sell to the highest bidder approximately 12 houses, garages, sheds; concrett block buildings, plumbing fixtures and site Improvements. The auction will begin at 2nd Ave. 16th St Each parcel sells for .cash. 60 days to remove. Contact AUSTIN Jfc AUSTIN, auctioneers for rompleti 1 . Itemized list and add!- tlonal Information, C a r r o l ! Shouse, District No. t. AUSTIN AUSTIN AUCTIONEERS · Gretlejr - EL 1-07« Ft Colllni -- HU 2-5305 PRICES and TERMS for R A M B L E R S BIG MONTH-END CLEARANCE GOOD THROUGH " SATURDAY, NOV. 4TH Take Advantage of Huge Price Reductions Today! You Can Save Up to $500 On Many Models All Cars Plainly Marked for Your Convenience and Satisfaction 25 TO CHOOSE FROM ALL MAKES AND MODELS · MANY WITH LIFETIME ' WARRANTIES OPEN EVENINGS, TOO! AND ALL DAY SATURDAY Growing with Greeley RAMBLER OF GREELEY 11321 8th Av«. EL 2-903: : A!-. "A-l" Station Wagons . 1959 Ford Ranch Wagon 4-Door ladio, heater, automatic transmission, power steerii 3,000 actual miles. Really immaculate. wo 1958 Ford DelRio Tudor Ranch Wagons iadio, heater, automatic.transmission, two-tone paint, rood rubber. Top mechanical condition. Take your pick, 'hey are both good ones. .. , 1956 Tord Country Sedan Fordor adio, heater,' automatic transmission, good rubt sod motor. 1955 Chevrolet 2-Door Wagon Radio, heater, standard transmission. Six cylinder motor; SEB ONE OF THESE SALESMEN: Ed Fritzler -- Dave McDonald Art Steinbertfer -- Ray Wiedeman Warren-Bunting Motors John Wan-en Jim Bunting FORD AGE'NCY. EATON. COLORADO Phono Baton 29 h e « t x r . _ $1605 · 1!)59 Ford (32) Custom- line Fordor. Radio, healer, VS. .... $1:175 1057 ' Chevrolet (20) BelAfr 4-Door Hardtop. Power, pact, p o w e r ' steering, power brakes. Straight atick. White. __'. _.. J1177 BBETHAM AUTO SALES 1219 8th Av«. EL 3-3437 H«M fr Auto Trtiltn 53 H»y»« fr Auta Tr«il«n 53 , 1960 RAMBLER AMERICAN · 4 -Door Super ' White SAVE JloO THIS W E E K $1245 9th Street Motors AL PURDY 1919 9th St. EL 2-7918 Friday, Nov. 3, 1961 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page HOUM 0 Ant* KOR lI}* H«ule kouw trN- , 41 Ions. IT21 Ird Ave. -'-I.Yall Slreef By ED MORSE AP Butbwti N«wi Wfk«r NEW YORK AP)-7h« hea Kill SALE-- 33 (I. Truckle I r a l l f r house. UcHTern. 1 Wrni.. Kcod ron.ll- lluii. C»!l AT (-5531, « f t « r « p.m. J U'lllatUXKl) dc«!cr for Crm l.aka.1 . , ,. . , ... KH, md sky i,.n f ntn ana uit cst leading in weeks prevailed : bou» lrllrl. W j i l t r n Trailer 8iT» Inc.. mo 2nd SI., 1103 Jih 3t.. GrW- ky. Cok). MARKETS an irregularly rising slock mart| early this afternoon. The Associated Press aver* of CO stocks at noofl was up at 25!i,60 with Industrials'up rails up .40 and utilities up .20. | If the gain were held until i' close, the AP average wouM at R new historic high. ' While most key stocks rrud 9CNV« LIVESTOCK UatIK X*, cih-ti s»i all eluaa com $"'*'SSlliil? ,S!lSF^i mooeralo gains, ,, K ,, TOB ,. r ^^ l ^ t j^ c ^^^\^ s -^^ l .^ evoei ^ r««d juts ibi* jood and ture of the session was the r 10*C* I3.KM7.CO! tin U t i l i t y and JlOOdl,,!-.,,.,, i n ..nblnu .u-nmlpiH.* ; 3 win 4.50 : s.»; jetdfr iambi mosiiy crease in vorume, promlsmg Hole* around U-7! Ibi |j;7ji.u.ob'i -i KJI K.K-19.U: iolkj-m»lh br««Uaj »M 5JM.M. ANSAS CITY 'LIVESTOCK CatlM 1.1M: cah« IS; tlrldy; el UK few prJmc iletri Ji.Ui, m holce botifM la arrive !5.t«; m Hd, f«w choice end 23.15-24.301 3-fO-15.50. Hon 2,6»: tleadj lo 15 hlihcr; eady 10 25 Miner] bMroiM M ' a IKKM^It !!»«; M«s J.2-3 SheVp 25; 'not I M A H A LIVESTOCK 4.50-13.25. : mostir U.S. «~-« top Thursday's which was III largest In about a month.' The price structure was irre larly higher at best and gains were Irimmcd as the sion wore on. Brokers attrlb' this to preweekend caulipn. Optimism was fed by lei-'s agreement wilh United Atjij Workers, averting a strike Kb for " . MC; i and 2 soricii 2». itors, however, made only ia»w u, laneir a , e - gs[ni . Ma . s[e ., 37«| co«J Iboul c « ou leady: utility ajtd commercial coivi H.53J.M: -canntrs *id cjtten n.oo-14.25; ' canacr ecus down to ll.QO. «P 3M; ateady: clwltc and choice itlh an cr^ of prime 15.100 Ib »TOlrt a a j k t f r limbj K50.17.7S; coll lo choice CHICAGO (AP) -- (USDA) -logs 5,500; bulchcrs 240 Ibs and down steady to 15 higher, over 240 Ibs Weak lo 25 lower; mixed 1-2 190-230 Ib butchers 16.50-16.75; around 350 head at 16.75; bulk mixed 1-3 and 2-3 200-240 Ibs 16.155.60;' mixed 2-3 and 3s 240-280 bs 16.00-16.35; mixed 1-3 300-4CO h sows 14.00-15.50; 2-3 and 3s" 400500, Ibs 12.76-14.00. Cattle'300; calves 100; cows 'ully steady; choice 1,175 Ib steers 24.75; cutter and utility cows 13.00-15.25; most canncrs 11.50-13.00. Sheep 300; steady; choice and prime 80-105 Ib. native wooled slaughter iambs 17.50-18.00; most- y choice 8S Ib fed lambs 17.50; a few mixed good and clwke wooled lambs 16.00-16.50; utility and good 12.0fri5.00. CHICAGO IUTTEK AND ECCS Butter ateadyl uachuued I* W louer; 13 acoie AA Mi K A W ; SO B 5Hi; W_C'57*i; can M B 58?i; 63 C "" [I about ' " ' ' ' Eui iteaidyj ajKhaaffed lo IVi 7 0 - p e r cent or better grade A Mtt-37; mixed 3CVj; ninlftimi 21; ftardarij a: dlrlies 30H. DENVIR POTATOES Total U.5. ihipmenU Thar. 313; Cii!o. 30; Of track Fri 3: unloaded 2; diverted 0; arrived Cote. 3; tnickins Cdo. 16, -Jdakfl 2. Market jleady: tales on ^aolejale mar' ;** i^ leaa tlian 1 carlo* ouaniHIes; U.S gains. Major tended to ease. Qains in lobacci airlines, chemicals, coppers, rails helped the averages. Chrysler, ahead more thai point at the start, cut its gain under a point. Texas Instruments was up i than a point at the opening showed a fractional net loss the afternoon. U.S. Steel, in further reaction I what analysts'considered earnings, report, dropped a fra tion. A gain of more than 4 points 1 Public Service of Indiana was feature of the utility group, trading in this issue was light, · DuPont fell more than a i (Losses of arouml a point we shown also by Boeing and Repuhj lie Aviation. Most airlines and tobaco made small gains. The Dow Jones industrial aveij age at noon was off .48 at 706.$ American Stock Exchange pric es rose in moderately active lrad| ing. Corporate bonds' were rnixe U.S. government bonds tumble* in response to the Treasury', tit cision lo include a Io4ig-lerm boa In its November refunding.' ouani ahsa Cash Grain CHICAGO (AP) -- Wheat No i red (lough) l.DSVi. No corn, oat . No 1 size A uasbed uahsa olkcnvise staled; Co!o. round red* 2 i». up 2.25; . - , · 2ft in. min. 2.4o-:jo; u.s. NO 'ss, 25 ib or soybean sales. lacks U: Cdo. russ«li bakera II oi.| c«. r u«nn «n ifta mln. ar.d «-!4 a. 1M-3W; unwashed I Soybean Oil W .IT? ruastti «-H .01. I oz mln, 4.001 1 - 00 1 - 30n - 4.7S: sized 6-8 or B-IO 02, 5.50: 10 Hj KAMIfcf CITY ejkK aMAIH ticks Colo, red McClurej 2'.i In. mln.. vKal » car.- ioin *.*»o Ml N» ?«"^. 7?' ' ta - ni °- Mi """" tart .«l i /a,i," k.rt°l.o»£s.l«, 1 N? 4 01. mm. 15. ja^S-S-lBis^Np 1 red :.MVi-.DH4N: i D E N V E R IEANS . I Cora 23 cafi'; ujKh..«n up 5; A General bid lo groWen IK1 clop U.S uhlte 1.52; N« 3 1.15-1.50N; No 2 No 1 plr.lot 6.00 f.t.b. Vtmrr rale ihlp.ltow t mlMil \MA; Mo pint poinli. U.S. Ko It 7S lea; IKI ' - . . . , :eu; I K M Oils no cars; nom unth; N* 1 m.U ..... - - ^ OXMVEK £»CS Mirket El^ady; iJ*mar,d fair; offtrEnW liberal; prlcei ^ald delivered Denver for candlri and fr«d*d- In Denver, s returned: Lane whiles A 43; large mixed AA 39-40; medium whiles and mixed fi\ 32J4; larjfe whiles A M-M: lar^c mixed A 31-36; medium mixed «.hit« A 2*40: medium mtxril A 27. ~" ntiill A »-M; UTJEC . u-hi(« itxl - - e d B 36-32; medium R lk-30; uivler- jrad« Iirfe 17, wnill 7-1. Chicago Grain CHICAGO fAP)-Gains had te- come broad and general in the grain futures market in the early THE GREATEST VALUES OF THE YEAR! 4 Brands To Choose From 1 45-ft, x 10-ft. New! Washer, 2 Br. 1 50-ft. x 10-ft. N;w! Washer, 2 Br., Raised Kitchen 1 55-ft. x 10-ft. 2 Br. New, Diagonal Kitchen 1 50-ft. x'10-ft. New! .Washer, 3 Br. 11961 Lincraft 17 ft. Travel Trailer. 1 1957 Leisure Home 16 ft. Travel Trailer. Come in Soon-The Selection is G R E A T 1 and 2 Bedroom Used Mobile Homes Now Reduced AT Stahla's Trailer Sales 2 Wiles South on 85 Phone EL 3-2802 'afternoon today on an active speculative demand. The advance ran lo a cent in oals, rye, and soybeans and io major fractions in wheat and corn. Brokers said a cold wave over Ihe Midwest brought out Ihe support for feed grains. There also was a good export demand for corn. The United Kingdom and Holland were reported lo have bought a million bushels. Estimated carlof receipts were wheat 3 cars, corn 156, oats 7, rye none, barley 17 and soybeans -I-H TRUCK CENTER TOO MANY USED PICKUPS --MUST SEL:L-- See These at Once for Your Bargain! '60 FORD '/i.Ton Pickup. 51.40^^1; soybeans W higher toT-Time may be running out lo Four wheel drive. xcel- u lower| November $2.4MWi. some carrier, to receive whi , MiJo m»ii* 1,10-1.87. Kafir 18M.K9N. Ry« l.£]-1.2fttN. Barley 1.09-1. 15N. Soybeans 2.36'.7. Bra* 3T.50-M.25, local Market (CxrtcHd *· N«v. J) Wheat ..' ?1.H Oats, cwt $2.8 Barley ..... '. J1.8 Pinto Beans ;... »6.0 PInfo Beans No. 2 $5.2 Hutiertat A medium eggs A large eggs l,!jhi hens .t Heavy liens 14. Wheat was to ti cent a bushel higher at the close, December ?2.02',i; corn i lo Vi higher, December jl.C9',i-»i; oals Ib to 1 cent higher. December 6«!s-67; rye ^i to Hi lower, December Airline Mergers Urged To Curb Stiff Competition By V E R N HAUGHUAND Aiwclifed Pr.ii AvJrtwn WrrM HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) -- Th Civil Aeronautics Board (old th ailing airlines Friday lhat merge may be the best way to get ri of excessive competition. In a talk prepared for a grou including many airline executive and banking representatives, CA! Chairman Alan S. Boyd aoVise quick action. lent. '57 FORD 1/2 Ton Pickup with canopy top. Stick a n d j \vheat clean. CHICAGO (AP- Prev. High Low Close close '49 WILLYS Jeep Four wheel drive. i Dec Mar 1-lMay Ijul Sep they and their investors considt to be a fair price for mergin inlo other companies," he cat tioned. 2.02!i 2.02 2.02'.i 2.02'i Boyd said he felt personal! 2,C3',i 2.07'i 2.08^ 2.C8 that if the airlines do not act soo 2.10U 2.09% 2.1«« 2.10 ' jin their own interests tlie CA: 2.12U 2.1114 2.12 2.1H« [should start studies as lo whic ' " ...... '50 Ford 3f| Ton Pickup.i corn A good truck. Dec Mar May Jul . Sep Oals Dec Mar May Jul. Sep Rye Dec Mar May 2.15?i i 2.1511 1.095i l.W'.i 1.09!i l.M'.j carriers should merge "in the b« ter interest of the industry an the ration." Capp Equipment International Truck Headquarters 508 8th Ave. KL 2-U141 1.14'i 1.14'i 1.14'i 1.14 i The CAB chairman concede J.18 1.17H 1.17!« 1.17!«ithat mergers are difficult to brin 1.21H l.ZOii 1.21 1.207s 1.21!. .67 .71 ' .74V4 about because: .M'i .70!. 1.21?k 1.2131 1. The board is without powe ilo order them. .K'.t\ 2. They usually Involve con .67 .711. .70H .73 .73' i 53 FOR SERVICE or Hsfel r#p»ir on j-our if. Pk. Et.kU 1 . Trailer 1-lill. Rtt-in «n 111 . heating stovn. 1.41 1.38 l.W'i 1.38 1.39 1.37 .74 1.41 1.40 1.38 Jill Sep Soybeans 1.33'i l.SI'.i 1.32 S f H K f f l i You no** NOV loi i «,ibl» Ho«f J an th« ad\Kntit» of oui · .. 2.4l'.i 2.40 2.40' 2.MV1 2.43H 5.44 2.47'i 2.46'.i 2.47 R*fau«4 ft bay IK nff*! Miuj KA]LIW n Brealei trarfe-ln S'. Slahla'i Trl!« Ml mlto k«utk of ;rMl rx i-'wt. «· i* tccattd «, en U. X H · M a y |S*p 2,46-1, 2.481, 2.49H: 2.49Vl' 2.50! «.50'.t 2.W.3 Z.oO plicated negotiations requirin .72^ company managements to try .72=4 agree on many controversial quM .731a lions. { 3. Airline managements Ibi 1.39'i!tiavc devoted their lives to it 1.38^i Iveloping their companies, u 1.37 |"are well paid loday because 1.31H Iheir efforls." understandaU -- I have vested interests in continui existence of their lines -- M i i 2.40 lerest llwt in Ihe past has work* against merger negotiations. BRUSSELS - Smaller U.S. gal stoves will siKin firtd ready accept !.51't 2.51 S.43*. 2.42= 2.51V. 2.5U4 ance on Ihe Belgian markrt. Thcrl .1, 2.43 (is little demand tor electric UovJ

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