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34 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Tiles., April 17,1»73 Cars and Trucks Cars and Trucks Cars and Trucks Cars and Trucks '67 PONTIAC Firebird. Good mileage, now tires. 326 engine. 353-8140 after 6. 1970 Dodge Charger -- factory air. Fullv equipped. After 5 p.m;, 353 8494. '67 VOLKSWAGEN S«ln for sale. Good condition. 356-0970 after 5. 4 WHEEL drive 1W7 Ford Pickup. Short Wide box. $1700. 353-7573. Stock market dosing pricss Repp's observes 50th anniversary '65 PLYMOUTH Fury 383. 3S6-0138. 7H 17th SI. '65 PLYMOUTH Fury III, 4 door, fair condition. $3BO. Call 35* 0*10 after 5, 1964 FORD 4 door sedan. ISO or best offer. Good for parts. 353-9054. 1971 350 AUTOMATIC Chev pickup. Heavy duty Camper special. Excellent con' dilion. Call 35?-0702 or 352-2279. '« PLYMOUTH Fury II. 313, air conditioned, power steering, power brakes, 4 door sedan. 356-3323. 1964 DODGE 31D engine, 4 speed, 2 speed axle, 102 CA. e.25 tires. Clean. A-l condition. 40B 261 h St. " 1971 SCOUT II, V-t, 4 speed, power steering, hubs, custom paint. Ft. Collins, 402 5423. 1930 MODEL A Ford, Town Sedan. $1000 or best offer. Ft. Collins 482-5423. '70 CADILLAC EIDomdo, blue, black vinyl top, leather interior. Premium tires. Loaded. Excellent condition. This car is priced to sell. No reasonable offer refused. 352-5667 for appointment to see at 2522 Sunset Lane. 1963 CHEV. I m paid 1 door hard lop. 327 V-fl engine. 353-7119. 1970 DODGE '/j ton pickup. V-8, excellent mechanical condition. Make offer. M6 7160. 69 VW. Good condition. 352-4373. JEEP - 194) 4 wheel drive Willys Jeep. Good condition. S500. 353-1860 anytime. 19A4 4 DOOR Valiant, Impala, or Galaxie. Must sell one. Call 353 4948 after 6 p.m. it condition. Best offer. 1966 VW -- Exi 353-9816. 1970 GTO, 455 CID, for sale. Good shape. 356-1264. : 196/ BRONCO, 6 cylinder, 3 speed, excellent condition. Call 352-8745 after 5 p.m. 1963 DODGE Vi Ton Pickup. 6 cylinder, 4 speed trans., runs good. S225. Brlggsdale 1-656-2256. New York (AP) -- Kenct Monday's closing Krafl New York Stock Kre*ge Exchange selected LMcNL prices: Utton Close Chg Lockhd Admiral 1U!H- · AlcanAI 27'a AlldCh 351.^-1 27'B-- 10! 8-55?e- 28'4- '. 45'4 35 ~P 27 "72 TRAVELALL 4wheel dr., low pkg; air, auto; loaded. 353-3720 eves. =OR SALE 1970 MG Midget. Excellenl condition. Phone evenings. 353-7739. MUST sell -- 1965 El Camino. Good condition, newly rebuilt 2B3. See at 3406 W. 4th St. Call 353 8126 after 6 p.m. '66 MUSTANG hardtop. Overhauled engine, clutch, brakes. 352 6884 after 6, 1968 VW Bus. AM/FM rjdio, carpel, drapes, 4 new lires, clean. 11300. 356- HEAVY duty W ion International 1955. Recently overhauled. 3536606 after 5. '69 FORD Van, cargo, V-8, automatic. Good condition. 353-8460. 71 FORD super van. 6 cylinder, straight, cargo van. Good condition. 353-8460. 1964 PORSCHEC coupe, sunroof, perilll, bra, sharp. 352 0288 6 p.m. = XCEPTIONAL 1962 Olds. Low mileage. 3365. 5B8-2422. 1961 FORD Van. See Milliken, Colo. FOR SALE 1971 Plymouth Roadrunner, 25,000 miles, many extras, excellent condition. 356-5124 after 6 p.m. GOOD running 1959 Chev. Phone 5B8-20U. '69 CHEVELLE. See al LaSalle Conoco. FOR SALE -- '69 VW Squareback. 50,000 miles. Excellenl condition. Best offer. 686-7794. 1971 CADILLAC sedan De Ville reasonable, PO Box 38 Crccley. 1966 PONTIAC Bonneville convertible. Air, full power. Excellent condition. Must sell. Best Offer. 353-7174. '66 FORD wagon, 9 passenger 2?4 N. 25lh Ave. NEED A CAR? SHORT ON CASH? Call 352-4358 ask for Tom 1966 BRONCO, full top, new M find ! hubs, 38,000 actual miles. S2000 c offer. 7B5-2352. 1969 OLDS 442, power steering, power brakes, air, vinyl lop, new tires, $1600. 352-6648 before 5:30. SOMETHING special -- Restorable 'A3 Studebaker Hawk, SB50; '52 Ford Crestline Coupe, 575. Phone atler 5 p.m., 353-4792. '69 INTERNATIONAL '/i ton 6xB ft. bed. Take over payments. '49 Willys 4x4 pickup, make offer. 284 5333. 1970 FORD Cargo Van. Carpet, drapes, naugahyde cushions, slereo AM/FM radio. A-l shape. $2200. 357-6079 evenings. AlldSt AllSCh Alcoa Am Hess Abrnds ABC Am Can ACyan !9 ; AmElP 26' A MIICIX 33' AmMot 9 ASmoll 20- AmStnd Hi AmTT 52 : AmpexCp 5 ArmcoSI AtlRiCh AllasCp Avon BeatFd LVOCp MacXe Macmil Macy MadF Magnvx Maraih Marcor MlnM ?an. S500 or best offer. 1963 THUNDERBIRD. Good condition. 1216 16th Ave. Call 3526589 anytime. '70 FORD Torino, V-8, automatic, power steering, radio, new tires and brakes. 351-2998. '66 VW -- front end damaged engine. $99. 35J-3J93. 1963MGB for sale or trade tor pickup Akai MS tape recorder. 356-5672. 1972 MALIBU 307, 2 door hardtop. Excellent condition. Low mileage. $2700 or best offer. 353 8917. ; Wickland Motors TOP QUALITY C AR ORNERS USED CAR SALE ' This Week We Are Offering Our ; Complete Stock of Cars at ·' Reduced Prices. No Reasonable Offer Refused. Bank Financing With Approved Credit. Many Models To Choose From - Wide ; Variety of Price Ranges. , Priced From *79.50 To '3350.00. ; Good Trade In Allowances Of-', : fered. ; If a car deal is worth 100 ! gallons of free gas or free oil changes and service at other dealers - we'll give you ? 100 bet-, ter deal. Buy your own 100 ' gallons of gas for *40. You save = *60.00withus. I 1966 MALIBU 2 door hardtop, sir conditioning, excellent condition. 356-1170 days, 356-0341 evenings. MUST sell 1967 Caprice station wagon all the extras and a II new rubber, can be seen at 1221 16th St. S600 or best offer. FOR SALE '62 Cadillac and '64 Reasonable. 353-6033. '68 CORVETTE. 2 tops. Custom painl job, 427 4 speed. 6B6-264B. S2600 firm. 6B OLDS Cutlass s convertible, mags, fully loaded, low miles. First decent offer lakes. 352-3186. 1971 DODGF D-700 Van. factory air. 77,000 m condition. Call 785-2543 after 6 p.m. BeechA BellHow Bcndrix Boeing BolsCas SristArty BritPct Brnswck BuddCo Qurllnd BurlNor Burghs CaslICk CaterT Celancso CerroCp Ccrl-td Cessna Cnmplnl ChesOh Chrysler CilicsS cocac nileage. ColPal ColoGas Com Sol v Ieerin 9' 2S 132':, 25''-- ' 15U~ a 33'? 331.14 4 ' B - - 2303s- 2 Id '.'4 FOR SALE '68 Plymouth Fui condition. 356-5582. 69 CHEVY pickup, needs repairs. Will sell reasonable. 352-7336. 1969 COUGAR, 2 door hardtop, automatic Irans., power steering, power disc brakes, vinyl roof, small V-8. Excellent condition. Must sell. See at 250514th Ave. Ct. after 6:00 p.m. 1968 M E R C U R Y wagon. Power, air conditioning, price reduced. 353-6565 after 6. '67 FORD Fairlane. V-8, automatic, very clean. New lires, excellent condition. Call Bob after 3, 356-2365. 1971 TORD Gslaxie 500, 4 door, radio healer, power steering, factory air. Cal 352-0690 after 5. FOR SALE -- '69 Bonneville coupe, vinyl roof, cloth interior, automatic, full power, air, 20,000 mile warranty left. · Excellent condition. 353-0734. FARM pickup tor sale. 1952 Chevy, 4 Speed, $200. 356-3906. '73 FORD % Ton Pickup. Automatic, full power, air, box never used. Delivered in March. 1,400 miles. Overseas job forces sale, price $4,500. 356-2455. EXCEPTIONALLY nice-- '59 9 passenqcr Chev. wagon. Must see and drive lo appreciate. Phone 352-8991 or see al Western Mobile Homes. No. 10 sticker. S1SO. 1959 IMPALA 4 door, 3563522. 1970 POLARA. Automatic transmission, 383 2 barrel Garb. Vinyl top. maroon Clean. 353 9073. Auto Service and Supplies 52 1965 263 AND 4 speed transmission. 3563323. 1958 PICKUP for Irrigating. Excellenl condition. Call after 6 or Sunday, 3562509. 1970 4 DOOR Dai $1395. 356-0546. '69 PLYMOUTH Roadrunner. 383, automatic transmission, power steering, vinyl lop, some extras. Loveland. 669- . 0681. '69 DODGE '/* ton Pickup. Automatic, bucket seats, power steering, V-8. Low mileage. 353-4419. 1970 CADILLAC Coupe DeVille. Completely equipped, vinyl lop, leather interior. Can be seen at Me Arthur olds. Call after 5 p.m., 284 5103. Master Bank Charge Americard JJRadiatorSales Car--Truck -- Industrial All parts 1 yr. warranty Locally serviced Cash discount Sales Office, 356-5639 Trailers and Campers 53 8 FT. Cab Over. Sleeps 4, stove, icebox 352-8991. 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Goodrh Gondyr Grace GlWnUnit GnGlant Greyhd * Merck i MMM MobilO Monsan » MntDU MntPw MiFuel MtSTT i NCR i NalDst 1 NalGyp Natind ' NatSIl NiaMP NWAir NWBnc ' OccPet OHnCp Om ark OulMar Owenlll PacGR PacPL PacTT PAniAir PanEP Pasco PenCent PcnDix Penney Pepsi Pfiier 1 phiPel 1 Polrd I ' PG i PSCol 1 PSPL 1 Plmn RCA · RepStl 1 Reylnd 1 ReynMiit RoylD Salwy StJoeM StHegP SCMCp StottP Sears li ShellO SoCalE Sou Co SouPac : SouRy : SpryR StBd SOCal i SOInd i SlrlDtj : SluWor Swift Tektnx T el d n Texco TexGlf Texlrn Thiokol Timkn Timkn TWAir Transm TriCon TRW TwnCcn UAL UMC UnElec UnOCal The number SO takes on a Or, if a person comes in to special significance (his week buy a major appliance and can at Repp's, Inc., J535 8th Ave. prove that he's 50 years old, Repp's will give him a five per cent discount on his purchase: The firm will also be offering door prizes through its four day celebration. First prize will be a portable black and white television set with other prizes including a waffle baker and sandwich grill, a table .radio It's the appliance dealer's 50th anniversary, and the firm is planning a four-day celebration. And, the celebration, naturally enough, is based around the number 50. For example, the first 10 Weld County couples who come into the store and can prove they were married 50 years ago will receive a black and white portable television set. and a 25-cup coffee maker. Bonuses will be offered to all persons purchasing major Mountain Bell's project reported on schedule Construction of - Mountain Bell's 4-A switching building at the Greeley Junction is on schedule, said George Ruff, district manager. The $13 million switching unit more lines to Denver available. The great increase in the amount .ut toll, calls is the primary reason for building the unit. Without tHe new facility, toll portions of (ho Greeley and 75V.,-- VB 39 3 .4+ VB 2 3'.-4- '.'4 223B+ Va 14?a-- V? 3/iA 37 ',4 26'.:.-24 Va- 5'. j- 24 B-- \: 1 3 ' 4 28 }o-- '/a 8 253 B-- V? 16V 4 ',8 17'. 3+ U 371/,_ 3fe 61 W-- V* UAL is scheduled for service in 1975. Fort Collins offices would be Facilities in the building are exhausted by 1975 and 1976 designed to ease toll call respectively, congestion in the Greeley-Fort Moving the toll equipment Collins area. Long distance from central office buildings to calls will be made with greater the 4-H building will relieve the reliability, and there will be crowded conditions of local switching equipment in these offices. Mountain Bell will also increase the microwave facilities when the 4-A unit is built. Radio transmission is more efficient than cable. Repealers for radio can be much farther apart than those for cable. Radio also eliminates the chance of cables being dug up by farmers or builders disrupting service. Both the microwave and cable system will connect directly with many points in the Mountain Bell area. Equipment ownership will be divided between Mountain Bell and ATT. HI PERFORMANCE 2B9 4 Speed '63 Fairlane sports coupe. Lots of extras. Priced to sell. 284 7942. 1965 RED Dale 17W ft. camper trailer Self contained. 353-9699. 1970 RANGER automatic with air, power steering. Call 737-2225 after 6 p.m. HOMEMADE camper with stove, sink, gas light. Good condition. 353-0191. '68 STARCRAFT deluxe camper. Sleeps 6, stove.ice box, 3536378. HeclaM HewPac HollySu Homestk Honywl 1 IdaPw Ideal Bas IllCcnl 1MB InlHar InlNickl IntPap ITS.T 22V'a-- 3 . 425V4--4'/ 30^4-- 3 On the spot financing in most cases. We back what we sell. Come to Wicklands This Week For A Deal You've Been Waiting For. Open Evenings This Week 'Til 8P.M. 401-404 8th Ave. Ph. 353-1050-1054 Greeley, Colorado 1972 DELUXE Camper. Like new, Datsun or small pickup. 353-1439. VB UnlBds 9 -4- * UnlCp B'/o-t- V UnMM W o - f '/ USGyp 23V.,-- 3 USInri 133j-- 3 USSII 33TH '/ UnvOil IB + ^ UnvCmly 8 T -a-- '/ Varian 14 + 3 WarLb 101 -2',: WAL 11'.j+ '.i WnBnt 323 i WU 54MH- l! WslgEI 35Va f * Weyhs 5«o-t-1 WhlMot 12Va-- '/ Wolwth 22 Xerox 151 --2 Zenith 4T/7-- * Sales 11,350,000 TOR SALE 1969 Mustang Mach I, 350 V-8, automatic. 352-2030 after 4p.m. or see at 2531 10th Ave. _ 1957 I N T E R N A T I O N A L pickup. See at 1026 31st Ave. J175. 1971 A R I S T O C R A T , 18'/2 ft. Like new, tullv self contained. 857-2391, Ft. Lupton. GOOD little 1954 Ford Pickup, v e, 4 speed. «35. 588-2422. CASH For Your Car, Pickup or Truck WICKLAND MOTORS Ph. 353-1050 - 1054 r GREELEY'SNO.l CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER 1972 PLYMOUTH FURYIII4DR.H-TOP EQUIPPED WITH: 1. 360 cu. in. engine 2. Torqueflite transmission 3. Factory air conditioning 4. Power steering 5. Power disc brakes 6. Tinted windows 7. Remote control mirror 8. Body side moulding 9. Factory underrating 10. Inside hood release Franchised Dealer TERRY. MONITOR, YELLOWSTONE, CARDINAL Sales and Rentals D R TRAILERS 42211th Ave. 352-3718 or 352-5288 KONOMY HAMPERS 90 MODELS A Winnebago ftAljo ft Trailer Hitches t Dune Buggies * Tent Trailer Rentals ft Storage ft Kupp Mini Cycles ' ft Camper and Trailer Economy Body Shop | No. of Ramada Inn 352-8628 KaisAI 16V)-- ' New York (AP) -- OataCnlrl 1 -- \ Monday's sclcclcd HedResrcs 2 American Frontier 7*s-f ', S l o c k Exchange GfnPlyw HB prices: H u s k y O i l 2 0 ' g Close Chg a ArklaG 231-4-- 3-g Kaislnd ScurryR Svnlex CdnJvl Cinrama Ha Techclr 5 ~ V 17V.,-- 54 -- ja. 10 J -i- v NbW YORK [AP) Dow Jones stock averages: |Open High LowCloie N.C. Indus. 959.29 965.53 950.03 956.73 --2.63 Tran. 199.71 200.48 196.77 197.77 --2.05 Ulils. 109.15 109.62 103.58 108.96 0.19 65 Stks 303.02 304.78 299.93 301.74 --1.33 TRANSACTIONS IN STOCKS USED IN A V E R A G F S Industrldls 959,300 Transportation 458,600 Utilities 190,300 65 Stocks 1,608,200 Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - Stock market prices continued weak and drifting today in moderate trading. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials at 2 p.m. was off 3.69 at 953.04. Declines led advances on the New York Stock Exchange by 2 to 1. Analysts said traders were awaiting further action by the Nixon administration on its intentions regarding the inflationary spiral. Brokers said traders showed little incentive either to buy or sell and that prices were once again, as on Monday, falling under their own weight. Big Board prices included Colonial Penn Group, off 3% to 42% despite a company statement that a press report linking the company to Equity Funding was erroneous. MGIC Investment, a stock that was also apparently suffering from the Equity Funding scandal because it is involved in the insurance industry, was off '4% to 59%. The company said it would be reporting higher earnings and attributed the decline of recent sessions to a brokerage-firm report citing investor uncertainty over insurance stocks because of the Equity Funding situation. Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO (AP) - Corn- appliances during the celebration. For example, if a person buys a color television console, Repp's will give him a black and white portable television. The company will offer coffee and donuts from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. throughout the celebration. Repp's began business in 1923 when E. B. Repp joined E. P. Hering and W. A. Hammett in a hardware operation at 808. 8lh Ave. In 1925 the company added an appliance line to the hardware store. By 193U, Repp had brought out the other two partners and his son, E. Blaine Repp Jr., had bought into the business. .The younger Repp .is presently president and chairman of the board of Repp's, Inc. In 1949 Repp's moved lo its present .location. Thomas Bergseid, with Repp's since 1939, is presently manager of the firm. He says business has doubled in the past five years and the company is now the largest appliance dealer in Northern Colorado. Bergseid accredits much of the firm's success to its service policy. "There isn't an appliance built any more lhat will , last forever," he says. "So, we m a i n t a i n a full service department. We want to sell appliances, but more important, we want to keep the customer satisfied." The firm now lists two servicemen among its 10 em- ployes. MARKETS Denver Hogs DENVER (AP) -- (USDA) -Tuesday's quotations: hogs 550; barrows and gilts weak to .50 lower; U.S. 1-3 ?00 240 Ib 36.00; 2-4 240-260 Ib 34.50-35.75 sows .50-1.00 lower; 1-3 300-600 Ib 30.50 32.00. . Brush Hoqs BRUSH. COlo. (API - (USOA) -Tuesday's quotations: hoqs 750; barrows «?n g «1; 50 - 7S lovver; u ' s - 12 200-230 Ib 35.50 36.00, a tew at 36.25; 2-3 200 250 Ib 34-50-35.50, 250280 Ib 33.50-34 50; sows Steady to .50 lower; 1-3 300 600 Ib 29.00- OMAHA, Neb. (AP) -- USDA -- Hogs: 7,000; barrows and gilts 50-1.00 lower; instances 1.00-1.50 lower over 260 Ib; 1-3 190 250 Ib 36.00 36.25; uneven weights 190250 Ib 35.00-35.75; 2-3 250 260 Ib 35.50 36.00; 2-4 760-280 Ib 34.25 35.50; few lots 280.300 Ib 35.50-34.50; few lots 300-340 Ib 33.0033.50; Sows 50 1.00 lower 300 650 Ib 31.35 33.00. Cattle and calves: 5,500; steers and heifers fuly steady; cows 25-50 higher; scattered sales foeeers strong; seven loads high-choice and prime 1,150 1,232 Ib steers 46.50; four loads and part load mbstly high choice 1,125-1,225 Ib 46.00; choice 975 1,250 Ib 44.50-45.75; good and low choice 41.50-W.50; part load high choice and prime 1,050 Ib heifers 45.25; part load same grade 1,075 Ib 45.35; choice 8501,050 Ib 43.5045.00; qoo and low-choice 39.50-43.50; utility and com mercial cows 32.50-34.50; utility 34.7535.00; canner cutter 29.00-32.50; two loads choice and prime 875 !b feeeer steers 46.00; high good and choice 950-1,050 Ib 42.75-43.50. Sheep: 700; tew slaughter lambs early sold around 1.00 lower; most supply unsold by 10:30 a.m.; choice, lew prime shorn lambs 32.00. Estimated receipts Wednesday: Cattl ' ' ' -- Business Corner Cook Earns B.H. Degree Fred A. Cook has just earned his B.H. degree from one of the world's most unusual educational institutions. Cook, associated with the McDonald's restaurant, 2440 8th Ave., was graduated from Hamburger University with a bachelor of hamhurgerology degree. He received the diploma at a formal commencement at Hamburger U.'s suburban Chicago campus. Like everyone else at Hamburger U., Cook majored i n " h a m b u r g e r o l o g y . " Actually, the curriculum is both art and science -- with a substantial sampling of business a d m i n i s t r a t i o n . Students learn the fine points of restaurant management and McDonald's unique system of operation with emphasis on quality, service and cleanliness. !lIN EVANS!. !J Red Dale I 11 Great Divide | |) Roadrunner A * CAMPERS f 1972 DODGE POLARA CUSTOM4DR.H.T. EQUIPPED WITH: 1. 360cu. in. engine 2. Torqueflite transmission 3. Factory air conditioning 4. Power steering 5. Power disc brakes 6. Tinted windows 7. Remote control mirror 8. Body side moulding 9. Factory undercoating 1". Inside hood release i DeBROWN j Chrysler-Plymouth f Open Evenings till 9 p.m., Saturday till 6 p.m. 6th St., ftth Avc. - 817 7th St. :phone 356-0900,353-9902. CAMPERS TRAVEL TRAILERS 5th WHEELERS MINI-HOMES MAXIS 10% Down 5 yr. Financing 3106 State Street Evans, Colo. Local Interest Stocks v Tuesday, April 17 Bid Asked 40 V4 41'/i 13 13% 23 23% B% 9'A 83% Aff. Bank Shares Bayly Mfg. CNB Geriatrics Hewlett-Packard Home Light, Pwr. MonfortofColo. Skaggs United Bnnks Vipont Chemical Vipont Mining Woodmoor Corp. CHICAGO (AP) -- Futures Irddinq on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Mon day: Prev. Open.. High. Low, CloseClose LIVE BEEF CATTLE Apr 44.53 45.30 44.52 45.00 44.40 Jun 42.90 43.40 42.90 43.10 42.80 Aug 42.95 43.22 42.BO 42.95 42.72 Oct 42.30 42.70 42.30 -12.60 -12.30 Dec 47.75 43.05 45.75 42.80 47.67 Feb 42.B5 43.25 42.85 42.95 42.85 Apr 43.10 43.35 a43.00 a43.00 43.85 Sales: April 1520; June 4630; Auq 1328; Oct 588; Dec 420; Fcb 65; April 9. FEEDER CATTLE Apr 51.75 52.10 51.70 51.90 51.45 Mdy 51.37 51.90 51.37 51.90 50.95 Auq 51.25 51.90 51.22 51.90 b51.15 Sep 50.30 50.B5 50.30 50.85 350.20 Ort 49.B7 50.40 49.87 50.40 a49.75 Nov bSO.OO 50.25 Sales: April 30; May 16; Auq 4; Sop 8; Oct 10; Nov 0. IDAHO P O T A T O E S May 8.35 8.45 B.35 8.45 8.23 Sales: Moy 20. LIVE HOGS Apr 35.70 36.17 35.60 35.75 35.00 Jun 34./O 35.35 34./0 34.90 34.50 Jul 35.17 35.60 35.17 35.25 34.95 Aug 33.70 34.75 33.70 33.90 33.50 Ocl 31.95 32.60 31 .95 33.40 31.85 Dec 32.25 32.60 32.15 33.50 31.80 FCb 32.55 b32.90 32.40 O32.50 33.20 Apr 30.40 30.85 30.30 30.B5 30.25 Sale;: April 777; June 1386; July 876; Aug 140; Ocl 96; Dec 93; Feb 30; April 26. BEANS DENVER (API--General bids lo growers 1972 crops: Pintos: U.S. No. 1, 7.50, No. 2, 7.00. FOB Denver rate basis. Greal Northerns: U.S. No. 1, 14.00, No. 2, 13.70, FOB Nebraska ratp basis. POTATOES DENVER (AP)--Market steady. Total U.S. rail shipments 163. Truckins: Colorado 16, Idaho 1, North Dakota 1, Florid.) 1. Colorado round reds J'/j-SV? inch, 7.257.50, few high as 8.00; 50 Ib. sacks 2Vi-3Vi inch, 4.00-4.25; film bags 5-10 Ib. master container 4.00 4.50; U.S. No. 2, 3.50; 20 Ib. film bags utility 1.20-1.30; russets 6.75; 614 01. 7.50 ft.OQ; 10 07. minimum 7.25-7.50; 50 ib. cartons 80 100, 5.255.50, some 5.00; film bags 5 10 ib. master container 4.00 4.25; 20 Ib film bags utility 1.25-1.30; Idaho russets 10 or. minimum 7.50-7.75; 50 ib. cartons 80-100, 5.50 5.75; Nebraska 50 Ib. sacks round reds, V.'i 3'-i inch, 3.50; new Florida 50 Ib. round reds, 5.50 6.00. Grain Market CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No 2 soft red 2.47%n; No 2 hard red 2.34',in. Corn No 2 yellow 1.65n. Oats No 2 extra heavy white 99',in. Soybeans No 1 yellow 6.72n. No 2 yellow corn sold Monday at 1.65. Local Market ! and calves 4,500; hogs 5,500; modity futures closed on a gen- shee P xs - Jaltle 700; steers and heifers steady, cows 50-1.50 higher; feeders strong; steers good throuuh average choice «.50-«.50; heifers good and low choice 41.00 M. 10; cows hiqh cutter, utility and commercial 31 00 35.00; high dressing lean utility 35.5036.50; feeder steers and steer calves mostly choice rather thin 335 400 Ib 62.00 67.50; 400 600 Ib 53.00.63.00; 600-BOO Ib 47.0054.00; fleshy 800 1000 Ib 44.00-47.50. mixed good and choice 400-500 Ib 5500, .,, , «O.OB; 500-700 Ib a7.00-55.00; feeder heifers around $2 a ton bUt new Crop and neifer calves good 'and choice 325-550 options were little changed. ml^bSSTM lb "·°°'* °° ; 900d Wheat futures were down ·^lhTM : al?fTMm'm?tt:u.xSZt'} more than 2cents a bushel and TMsowiVnevlnTy^o i'ooSen'"TM: corn 1% cents. Oats mixed at the close. erally weak tone on the Chicago Board of. Trade today, with the old crop soybeans down some 6 cents a bushel. New crop soybeans, however, were up around 1 cent. Old crop soybeans were down were Attends Session Tom Slull, manager of the Pacific Finance Ixans branch office, 1012811] Ave., allended a company m a n a g e m e n t conference on April 13 at the Marriott Motor Hotel in Dallas Tex. More l h a n 100 top management personnel from Colorado, Kansas, Missouri. New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas attended the conference. Pacific Finance Loans, a 53- year-old lending i n s l i l u l i o n . operates more than 850 branch offices throughout the United Slates and Canada. It is a financial service of Tran- , ,... samerica Corporation a ..·; feeders steady to weak; steers choice H i ,, n ,. T - / """· a and prime 46.00 25; choice 44.50-45 50; " ' V e r s i f i e d S e r v i c e mixed good and choice 43.50-44.50; good nrpnnwntinr, 41.00-43.50; heifers high choice, prime end Or 5 a nizatl0n. 45.00; choice 43.50 44.25. high good and 5 ^« K S^tiTM t S? ?,,? %% teady; instances 50 higher an wooled .... . wes; spring lambs choice and primp Prices m the major pits were 36.00-37.00; ewes CUM, utmtv and good r wooled 11.00-15.50; shorn B 00 12 00 Estimates for Wednesday: cattle 1,800; hogs 3,500; sheep 200. ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) -- Catite 1,200; sleers and heifers steady Jo 25 lower instances 50 lower; cows steady to 50 high generally strong on the opening. The buying was influenced by reports from the major agricultural states, indicating that field work on many farms was lagging behind expectations. '»» choice mixed steers and neifVrV43"sS A. .. , . 45.00; cows cutler and utility 31 5035 50- At the Close, Soybeans Were leeder steers choice with good end 8;5J«o us °» Butter and Eg 9 i down 614 cents a bushel, May XTM!!TM} barrows and _ q m, ,,,,»»»,, «WTMM!* P ' C.39; wheat was more than 2 cents lower, May 2.38 1 /,; corn was down nearly 1 cent, May 1.59V4 and oats were mixed, May 88'/ 2 cents. CHICAGO (AP)-Tuesday: High LowClose WIIKAT ; barrows and gilts uneven r, instances 1.50 lower on weights over 260 Ib; 1.3 190250 Ib 360025; 1-3 240 260 Ib 35.50-3400; !-3 260-280 Ib 34.5035.50; 2 4 280-300 Ib 33.50-34.50; 3.4 300.330 Ib 33.00 50; 375 Ib 32.75; sows fair. ly active, unevenly 1.002.00 lower; 13 330600 Ib 31.5032.25; 396 Ib 32.50; 540 Ib Sheep 300; spring lambs not enough to fully establish a price trend; ewes steady; lambs choice No. 1 pells, old crop 31.50; ewes cull to good 12.00-16 50 Estimates for Wednesday: cattle BOO; hogs 4.500; sheep 300. (USDA} -- Butter ale selling prices Tuesday « « .61.25; 90 B unquoted Bags f ul ly steady; prices paid delivered 10 Chicago 2 lower to I higher; 60 per cent or better grade A whiles 51-52- me. s 46-47; standards 42 dium white extra EGGS DENVER (API-Market steady. De. 051; small AA'35 36; urn A 49 50; large B 83% Tuesday, April 17 27'A 29 Bnrley(38lborbcttcr) 3.05 7'/i 7M Oats 3.00 24% 25 Corn 2.90 29% 30% Feed wheat 3.00 7 7% Milling wheat 3.S2 I'/n 1% Mllo 3,00 10% 10% New crop pinto beans 7.50 May Jul Sep Dec Mar CORN May Jul Sep Dec Mar May OATS (Old) May .90 Jul .891 /, OATS (New) May .90 Jul .90 Sep .89 SOYIIKANS 2.401,4 2.36 2.38'/j 2.29 2.23% 2.25'/4 2.28 2.23 2.24'/4 2.28 2.23% 2.24% 2.28 1 /-. 2.25 2.2514 1.60'A 1.59 1.5914 1.58% 1.57% 1.58% 1.57% 1.57 1.57 1.5514 1.54'/ 4 1.54% l.58'/i l.57li 1.5714 1.59% 1.5914 1.5914 .89Vj .89 .89'/4. .88% ,88V 4 .B914 .89% .8914 ,89'/4. .88% May Jul Aug Sop Nov Jan Mnr May 6.52 6.29 6.00 4.99 6.3714 6.39 6.09 6.11% 5.A3 5.841/4 4.89 4.90% 4.29% 4.241/4. 4.2814 4.30 4.2414 4.28'A 4.31 4.26% 4.29% 4.31% 4.28% 4,30 OFFICE FURNITURE Wood -- Steel · Desks --Chairs · Files --Cabinets · Tables --Chair Mats Safes -- Insulated Files ^ Phont 153.0244 MJIthSt.

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