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TOR 6ALB--T. ItK nth 51. . . . - . . -·:-- TOR SALK -- ·*· pi-4e ; bV ' n ' t - -Wo* ' - 4 , WASHINGTON. e M W. Hoot) Caw.: ty en) o. kax. goaUi Grub, TiS ' Aut«t, U»*4 Cm, Tniclu 41 With -Everyi Purchase. ' Your '· choice of on« ··. '--.'- · · ··· . · 100% \Vool Car Rots " * 100% Nylon Safety Belt " Greejey Motor* Sales · "Better Cars For Less" ''.. IU llth' St.. - Phone' 4435 OK-Osed;Cars ^ and Trucks - OK' 1310..Eighth Avenue 1952 Plymouth Special De- : luxe 4-Door. Dark green finish.' . . . 1955 Chevrolet 210, '-.-Dr. iN'icely. equipped, 's a d'd 1 e brown over Sahara beige $1185: :·:. 1953 Chevrolet 210 4-Dr.' Heater, radio, seat covers and PowcrGlide'.- D ' a r k green.. - . . $1235. 1949 Ford V8 Custom Deluxe Tudor./LIifht jjreeii finish. ..... ' " - "'-' -·' ...... ""-'. $335 3949 Plymouth S p e c i a l Deluxe 2-Door. Dark blue finish.- v · ' " : ' ' " . -3265V ; 195i Ford 'Custom /-Deluxe i Fordor. Light grey. $525;,;. : 1350 "Packarf'Deluxe^:"" Door/Nicely equiprmd ard has a:iiew; maroon' paint job. ' 545 1947 Ford'Custorri Deluxe Fordor. -Black finish.--: - " ' 1951 , Buick 4 - D o o r . A beauty a t - ' . . . ' ' 1950 Ford.VS 'Custom 'De-' luxe Fordor. Light, green finish. * · · ' . - 1950 - Sludebak'er . 2 : Dodr. Heater, '"ra'dib; seat covers and white -aidewall tires. Dark green finish. -$465: J' 1949 Studbbaker C.h a'm- pion , 2-Dob.r. N i c ' e l y equipped. Light green finish. ' . . . ' : · - ' " 1950 Ford V8 Custom Deluxe ..Tudor.-, Completely,' equipped. and lovely, black finish. "'· ' . - · · · · - · - $535 : ; 1946, Chiyro1et.2-Door._ A lot'of solid transportation. : : $145-:;.:' 1951 Plymouth Special Be-. luxe 4-Db;o r. ,N i c e 1 y equippecl. Dark jrey. Use;0ur Low Gdst; Finance 'Plan fEDWARDS :·': ISYp'EightJh Avenue ' : - ' -'"·'"' Phoii?75 : -"-"· ;; ' ' ',. UUy C«'i«.;triicii»' '41 5i«7w e °°,'" llon ''*'!'·!·*WIT. Ml 1 " 45S7W «ft« f i p.m.'- ·· . e T a u a e · this warranty becomes, to you. . '; ALL /.WINTERIZED ' 'E^DESOTOiK Steering. '52 -FORJCri-Drv ·' .' · ' ;'4i;'Burck';ciub. /' "···'' '5 CHE'V. 4-Dr. " ' " ' " 54 CHEV.'2-Dr. ' -' , '49 CHEVi'a-Br: ·'-; '51.'PMMbUTH':4-br: '47 PLYMOUTH 2-Dr. '49'BUICK'Surrer i-Dr. '52"pESOTO 4 Dr." "~" '46 DESOT0.4 Dr. ·'47 FORD 2"ji)r. ". " ' " '.'63 CHRYSLER NY 4 Dr. '50 PLYMOUTH Coupe '53 PLYMOUTH 4"Dr. "'50 CHRYSLER Club' ? 54 PLYMOUTH 4 Dr. ::-'51- CHRYSLER 4 Dr. V8 '48 FORD '4 Dr. '55 V-8 STUDEBAKER . ; . % Ton PickupV V - * . A . 'iSf S A V E .with our ^JEW,' LOWER Finance -Rates. WK WON'T BE UNDERSOLD ON! FINANCING. -.OPEN., UNTIL 8:30 P.M. ·WICKLANp: MOTORS Chrysler-Plymouth Used Gar Dept. ' .404 8th' Ave.,, · - . ·'·: 'Ph? 1352; -'·;-.-- - CHRISTMAS'.-. PRESENft;, 1951" Oldsmobile HolirfaV/ ·Radio, heater,, h y d r' : a - matic, _:.beautiful k new"fir.v : ish. One, of .the slickest cars in town. Only" ,1953,Stud-G-b'.a k a'-r. Com-' . niander Sport Coupe, '.V8 motor, heater, overdrive, low mileage", excellent con- ' · dition.' ··;· " ". · -;..-. -. '.;. ··:··· $1295 x : ' 1951 Ford Victoria. Radio, heater, Fordorriatic,- factory 'rebuilt motoiv-- two- tone original finish. One local owner. - 1952 Chevrolet S p e c i a l Styleline -4-Door.; Radio, heater; This car is iii Arl mechanical condition. 1953 Chevrolet 4 - D o o r 210. Radio, heater, 7000 miles on new snort ^block.- Special price this .week' only. . ' .:'".':' ' '··'.-· ' 1954 Chevrolet- Vz .Ton.. . Three speed transmission, mud and snow tires, radio, ', ' heater, completely', rebuilt motor. One local owner, 1955 Ford F-100':l/2 Ton.: Pickup. ', s VaIve-ih-head .-;6. : cylinder',- 1 h r e e/'s,p e e'd transmission, heater, .10,- , 000 actual miles. 'Really nice. ' '·'-. ' · ' ' '' ; - 1950 Chevrolet 1/2 T o n Panel. Has heater. Price: · ' $395 - 1939 Buick Pickup." Radio, heater! real good condition. ' ' ,.. .$145; ahd- , four "FORD Dealer,-,. ... 715 ii'tli St . ·' Qr««l«r, Colo.., ' ' ' ' ' rOK SM.K--IIU Ll«e»ln dak «UM-' · I'h. ititM. j ,.'. - . . . .'.. . , , ' . , .WANTED--Mod«l A' coup*' ii"«ocj · ecnJilk.,.'.!'».' 7M. - y ; C ' V I ' · rOK EiLE-Diico'UUk. : rk. U1J . FOK SALE. «Vtr«jii-l»« '., f«4 ' 'i.nif». I .n.- Ft. 1HW. vV."-, 1 ; ' ': fot' n«n «. ··rt .trlKkj ·· .. ' -·';: ; · Ian. 2 -»p«*d ,axli wlUi- b«tt M,". · 16.006-actual ·»«, I1U). Ft. La : ~ " HR11. · · · ; : - . ; · ,;; : · IfOH'iSALKiDUto 1 tuclt. -. »«lk In ' · rt]BlppH "with "n«w put] 'out- draw- tn~ Mcellent , fw ^ Dfllk ;«l!t«rr,.. ·I t«klnr ««d clf.nlo«.«l«klU»minli, . 'Voo-lrunninit cbnilHion', »nfl piint. · · 1200,-Fk. :1U5R or cm b«-««n-al ·;«!! (Ik si." .···',--;' ·.'·', :.;'..'- , ' Like ; New,- . · ; · ' 4686 miles/ "· CJirysler-Plymbuth Used Car' Depi " : · 404.'8th Ave.-'' -.'-. ;; USED: CARS : . . 1951 M e r.'c'u r y \Seclan; Radio,. ;heater, .overdrive, 'new paint,' ne\v. seat co'v-. ers, ... exccllerit condition mechanicaUy, tops in-ap- ' ' " SPECIAL' 1951' Mercury Club Coupe! Kadip, heater, .overdrtve, seat I 'covers; t w 6-t o ti e -p;(iht. .;·!"''.·.·.'·'.·- ' · . · · · ' ~ ^ . -SPECiAL '.' -· ' 1950 Mercury Club Coup«. : R ad io, he ater, J ,o verdr iv'e, new"Taint,"ite-w^s : eat' tov- · ers. Top c o n d i t i o n in every respect! 'This is a ; steal at . ..,;,,, . . ' ' · · . . 1950 Olds 88 4 : Dr. Radio, heater,- hydramatic, · new : paint, new seat c h v e r.s. Priced way under the mar- ' k e t : -'--'' : : · · . " · ' . 1948 Kaiser'. 4 Dr.' Good f runnin(f_CQriditiorii.l--- Warren -My lander . ·;/' : vMCJTQR-''CO:- : -' Lincoln-- Mercury 1412 8th Ave. : Phone 615 1955CAb;:)eVILLE :1955^HEV;2DR. 1955'otDS-HOL. .1953 W4 PR, 2BU|CK;4DR; Many "Others _.. .TraddJ terms ; ; 430,8th; A vi. .. '. : Ph/800 -'.'.- open uijtii 8:00 p.m. '··'·: ·'·'_. » whwl I «r £«M. 1 CulcV, Wn til. I t Itill.r. S«Kl Trill- · , ·"'·: without :reindeer.tj' ;: ".^ Instead, drive one : .; of ; th'ese f ; tieauties. .;-', '-·intp'.iyour.'.gir'aige 1 ··· · ^and plaj^ Sairita for.. \ . . : .. tlie. entire family, ' ,'y 'THESE'v.ARE · FAMILY : ' ·' V.- GiFTSYOUCAN'; ': ' ' ' ' 1951 ··.' Commander '/ 5-pas; · sehger.- 'Coupe.' /Radio, '" ;' heatey.'oyerdrive.-';; -; - · " · ' ; 1953 Commander 4-Dobr,-- · , automatiytransmissioiv. heater.- ,' · · '- · · · ' · - : '' · · " · . · · - . - . · .' - . - ; . - ' . . i: 1951 4-Door Commander. · '· Radio, ,': heater,- over- ' ! drive, beautiful black., " : finish. 1 In'excellent'c'ph-''" - ' dition. : '' . ; ''", " - .' 1950 . Hudson Coupe. Ra' dio, heaterj- overdrive.' ' Be' Sure ' arid" i : N e \ y ' - ,B : an k ;' Fin an c i n g- ( Plan. -. ^ EASY, EASY, EASY ' .TERMS; · VORIS'BROS. The Home of Studebaker ·-Certified Used Cars 1221' 8th Ave. Ph. 257 '41 Ford. . $95.: - - · - . . - ; Club Coup* .-.-i ' '-'47 Buick' '·''·"". '$230 . , Sedj.nett* .,'47 .Ppntiac $195 ·- ' ' - 2 Tibbr Sedan '46 Ford-, $175. ' "600" '.$285 Sedan ' ' .. :'50 Chev; .··''?, ;$J595 -i^. .- ..8 . Do °r.- 7 c va'rlia'ul ed ---£;-- :52 Plymouth'- '$785 -'·- ·'; Cranbrook 4 "Door";- ·.'. .''50";Buick. '.'?.:'-, $595 · - 2 Door Sedan i - J'Sl.Tlyrnouth! i · $610 . · , . : .,plub "COUP* ' , ' - "" f J 50-- Chevrolet "$595 , : , . ' . ' - 2 Door. Seiliin. Radio, heat: :.er ..-^^' complete engine ;- ' ' .; '.overhaul." ·; j 5Q*'Mercuiy '·-': $625 '. ., 1 ;, 4 pobr : SEdan with radio, i : heatef,"8ent covers, good , , " tires -- A reai nfce ear. '" ;'51DeSoto $665 , ' ' 4 Door Sfflnn.ii-llli radio, ' heater, -fleal coven, -good tires and paint, 'Gemt-au- " -'. . lomatfc transmlsslnn. ·;'64.-Pontiac. ' $1545 ; ; . ; · Chte'ltain Deluxe 2 : Door .- ' Sedan with radto, heater, ! .-'.; new tirej, du«l Hydramat-, ' . . · . . 1 C transmission. :·'·'· :" i ^Lowest' Finance Rates · ' F i n e s t Reconditiohinir ;. '..y OPEN ; UNTIL 8 P.M. !· WELD BOUNTY ' · 815 llth St.) Used Car Lot" BKAXU rdlnid LI low 'u «!.«. (nelitdP* parU *nd labor.' AHfViit)* of .nlo rfrlnc. raotor lunf-DB, , mrcliinTci] wort. , KV* : t a d a ug . t.; I I S , S. 811. Ay* Th. 470, FDr;pirls.';*50" Olds""3ti'"; '48 : OldH/^76' 1 ; .'49-*T.d -6D .V r 8 Fprdi; '60 Mercury;. '53, ''64 «hd '55 Gnevi.r '62 IHO 110. Alio many othen.- ' _ / , . , = , ' " · Phone Evjns 8651 , _ A«t» Trtittn ,44 FOB S A L K . -- .2 hsdroom- trailer. " · Spaee'-g. ficolU Trailer. .CoorJ. ;,- TKAJLERA for . rrnt,' 'hvoderii rat«. itiv. lilt At Pk. my. Summer Time:; , · ; ....:.;. V.WALHALU/S.' C. (i-The Rev. Eugene Mason, baby , sitjicg; with .-his . : li4-ye»Mld son,' .li'yjiowrilby thc:'young-.' . Jter.in"«n clfoti id;coix him lo sleep.j* '.-c'.'.'f . .;". '-But it'wis (he minister who. fell iiJlMp/He wu twikened ipmclirae ; 1 »t«r; byV?!!* ah«rp: 'riBgingVof. the Mefaon'c, ' r ^-. i.'vlt.^is.a neighboVcilirnf to' _ re'pert.that'.lhe.lioy.'had win- dered.tp his house iMkinj «x-'- "i'citement. ' .''-' ' : ':' ': '''' J7.V « . A 57.5: = tO B'.K.Tii » C M.7i: eiri *0 || 57.13;, I fC 53.J. . . !(· tletdj'. lo- firm;' rtcHfMi 16,»3; .l«««l« v buyini prtc«i unchtnfed t o - a h1«hen .U..S. Urn «K1U Ifr49.t ,««r_ ttmi A'* air-mExrt-M.S-^mrtrum* «· U.' S ·landirdi Ui -.dlrilei U; . check* 3T; eurrep-t. retelpU 42. . . , " , ' · . ' . SEIJT YOmV DRESSED KKAT · · · Trtd*.nir (o ilowt compircd with Krl* l«y-«(*fr- IJetf 1 ir.osllj' lotrer; Tvei' aid :»lvui ibeul *lm]yi lt ra b ear/tri on a K)mln»l bids; comparpd with prevk-ji iTondiy iteer^-b«t(. and v e a l - i . n d y to i.M tewcr; cow bttl «rd c«]f ucchtnirtj imb rWM.QQ Jowen prime *te«r beef eat- «.KKH.OO; chxitce" "COO-7M aa.IC-37.Mi' 7W- « 3.OQ-M.OO; prime rcil *0-lll ]bi *3.00- W.OO; crwlce 3S.OO-U,OOi thdet and 'ptimt Tnb c*rcaiM» .under :U Ibs 3* 00-37 M 1 lood ·)] w e l j h l j aS.00-31.00. DENVEK LIVESTOCK · . . ; . - · Caltle 7OTJ Hill, dom e« liberal -atipply _xd to low choice iborUedi; choice fed k e l f c r ileacb- to ilroax; iaalances u hlzh- r; ..cow, moderately active; · ,lrwif to 15 hlfher; Mocker, and - feeder, ilaw, uneven: few laads'iood lo averaxe 'choice ·4 iteer, lt.»Vt.35j Mme held hlfher; ^veral load, low . l« averare choice" f*d heifer, IH»-l!2ii few fcljh ullllly aid ommereial .cows 17.«o-13.5«i eanaer, ar.d cutler, S.00-9.50;' icatlered aalt, medium ir.d.foocl docker and feeder ,(eer, 15.«t- S.50; 1 load fe«d' le eliclce jeaillau 'Caire,,'ltlO; lew ,a!e 'icid 'lo ehoke :aler, and -^a'Jthler c.lr., H W-1S OOl »om« beM :ktiten mile etone- o. «ock Hojri 1100; barrow, and siH, 15'-M hiiher; tour, 25 hl^aer; moll bainma and lilt, la rolled lot, If. S.' I, 1 'aod 3 trade,. lst-KI lu, IJ.tc-u.ist. lew. M w In ,nall lot, 363-515 Ibi 7.50-4.15. ' Sheep 3100; ewr, "«rarce; early lalek r.cludc' imatl lot good to choice wooled la'jfh!cr.Jambj_.I» Ib, 1 17.00; lew ,m,l| ot, cun and. ulillty ewe, to'. alller, i.15-3.50. ' ·· . . . .L. MARKETS; CM " «M«1 » t AAJ7.JJ; A'«-S«J 1 «. · m.U nlxxl A J r ·»·]! -jl-n. ., M.rkrt-rteMj, UWrili Imu !«, w ir Ir»«ri kerjr.t»« ll.Jli EMVM' «K»M« -"-,.' , , ' - ,-' .:· '· Ge»trl Hit lo.-trawiri « ]B3 emp Plnloi. Dover rile bim »lllw J.IH.tS («r U.. I. Ko l.-Md 4.M..ortor-U. ^ li Grttt^ Nortb«ni ]fs) -erop v pUloi, hcbruku rite, bnii MllU IKtM for U.:S. No 1 i»d J«-5.75 (. .U. S. No 1. DEMVTEI roTATOEl .1 ,.i ·'. V'l · _TM«1 U. S. ik[,m»li . Mr rridiy Co]«. 31! for S«tunlijr- tM,--C«fo. 13; « » y . l « . Ceto. MX; «i trick 11. irrHr.ti co)«. 14, Tdabo t, uloadcd S: trurklu'Coto. 7. 1 u«bo ». . .-. ::-:-^ v · - · · · - ^ ' r * - .. Muk« ttaidjr; Colo. U. S. Ho "l re.nl, ',«· »'« ·»» P*r e««t It oi..«l )in*r 3. 15-1. H; HI o, 1C; tri McCturtk IM In ml.; 3.IO-3.J3! , JV4 I. mla a:»».j.73i mwaiked . liMtly. J.Mi - n»»«»lm ,SW hi ml» ;.«!:- nu»u Mko-U. S..No l . H J oc 4.23; Goto. nttBd r«di-2V( IA plla U. CHICAGO, 'BUTTEI AND -"Eiids' ^·· Byiter. ilcad-|' rcrtlpu 7UJU: . who!«- ' "' :ah-i i Mo4viay, !·.· 19,!; »55;y GREELEY TRIBUNE\ ^P»g«.,23^r' .NEW,YORK^;VAnfu«.uih ought Jiineik Johasoii SwKHKey.X^ina 'no '··iSweeney," who usid'tV play foot- bill .{ind rugby ifiid' who; ribw Icc- lures :"i no) -writes ' poelryV essays; a'rtlcWs tnd books, -happens'also to .,b«; the director.;'of ..'the. New York museum. '·'.'·.:',,-."..:"·',' · - ' : i: /--'" ·'.Tall" and. burly, 'withV the : broad- shouldered-build of.'» footballer.-- h? played at Georgetown.-J- and with a booming'.bass.voice,'a ready smile ibd a deep rurnbling laugh, Sweeney says of .the popular Paris . · ',"11 a bistro has^nore than seven Ublea, the food is no good." ' · Likewfse^the' size' ol a"'museu should be limited, and so should the size of: an exhibition,^ he claims -for example/ not.more than " 150 paintings, on .'display at 4 «;time* in his museum if he;.can help.it. ' He. was In his office, a place that has !to be seen to be* believed. It Icwks^ out-picturesquely over the biggest body ofwater on^the island of Manhattan^T.the large reservoir OMAHA LIVESTOCK . . . . . Callle. ItffX; e*lvei HO; Irade i!ow cm.: fed iteeri 'Bod heifen; - few : ul«c ittady to 23 klcher- (bin Ulc.Uil week, cows -acllre.'- 15-50 hlfh*r; realeri and *l*oihl*r calves cachamed,' jrfock«ri and eeden w i a k ; load high choice io .mostly prirre HSQYIb fed it*«r» ll.M; moil choice itecri unrlf r 1300 Ib* 1S.W-M.W; t loadj mojlly pdroe 'K! Lb itii. h*U*r« 11-W; ' molt - choice tv*lf«r* 17.7S-39.Wi Jtillty ad commerclBl com · 9 W-U 00- :»rjMr«'»»d cutleri 7.73-B.M; loid rood JM efcelce 660 Ib -ye*rllni ilock ll.Mi JM -Iwnl ft7S Ib · ilbcVeri ·MpmcDl -teed »d dMiee «7 Ib Tstrtlrra'-H.ia.-";-' 1 i .-,---.; r * - ·"· . · Ho(* 19JW8J. itraic to U hift^r: mtxtd l B t « - U . . S . - i ID 3 bmchen 10.MHi.T9i MW 370-150. loi B.7i-3.M.' ' · · '· ' Sb**pjJ,MO: trade "iTovr, market -^o filablliTMd: .on · ilaujil..«r v - Iambs; '£«*{« ]imb* weak to 50 lower; ether C!BAM »(e*d; l deck _W Ib.- rood *fid.ct»o. .CoMrKtf^fteder Iambs '11.75; 1 deck sbdi lerm breedlix ewej 7.25- · =. \: i 1 " ' ' ·' CHICAGO LIVKSTOCIC - " . . -Eutckera faiiwd - 3J 'lo . 50 iowj jumped SO cents In a . market -'Monday. Salabl*. lecelpla-- Waled 14,000 h?ad. ." .· ,- - · . · · " * · ; · · - · ; '·Moit ISO (o 230 pound butchm sold 'it Jll-U to J12.0Q-with numerous l o f s . i t ».Mi-»M IM head a(UJ,50, (h« top. Sowi »okJ from W.S».[a |».7J. '· * -Steers' sold ateady. Lo 50 eenti ar.d [MiJim 'iteidy (o U reMi higher. STd3t choice and .prime liters went at *U.M-(O IU.OO. Y Early lop on h l f h - p r i m i ai 114.50. Choice · lo . low prime hel/en loved »l SD.54 lo 121,73. Cowi were iteidy to'25 centj klrhtr, 'topping at $11.00, Buyer*, paid 516.7i Eo J1S.M for jood lo prim* w«3]«d Iambi ue.ihixc 100 pcutvli a n d ]tis. i ' - ' ' . - . . v,hi) ''-' KANSAS CITV LIVESTOCK . ' · C.illc ll.ooo; calvcf I,*C4; ahirply cur- lalled «upf)]ka irfliwccfd /«h]/ hrlik trade on TOOSl cCaiMt; i l a n f h t e r itcira and helf- ur»«vealy ittong to e x l r e m e ' 75-1.00 t-r in forctdl trad«r e o H a ' i . e a d y lo 23 hljhtr; vealera 'and ilauihler cal.ca itcady lo ilionji; itockers and feeder* r»Irly aclLve . »(eady to i f r o n i e r j ' apotx 15-M k f i h e r ; load choice sr^ prlftie-ifoUEd 1130 Ib fed tlttr* 21.0; bulk good and choice and prime around USA 1h fed iteer* 31.50; bulk gx3d and choice sleen lS.00-2S.Mi' fctlh food in cholc* . Jwlff ri 17,50-20.«flj commercial lo *vfnie "food crf 15.00-l7.M;.uLillly a»d r a m m t r e U I i 1 D.fl.«; bulk rKd In cnoke vealen ll.00-20.DOj few caoJee and prime' 21.9021.00. ' · - " ' ' · · , " ' · ' " off 3,000;" fairly actlre after ilow i l i r t j rowj and flit* 15-SO h.jhfri mMtly 1313 higher than Fridiy'i **fr»g.e; mixed lot* ' U. S. N o o l . 2 a n d - i, 1SO-240 tb 11.00-M; owj Kcady to « hlfhe'r; wel up to 5M lh| |.oa».U. . -. - Sheep 3JW; barely aellt'e; jijug Umhi fully Mteady; twet led feeden' njtedj jrood to" prirae Irucked In nallre :*d alacckler Iambi J6.W-17.00; 3 can 100 Ibi 'choke and prime ratl-ihipped Kanui Iambi I T . U r ' t u l I lo good vo j[ic«hter iwei 3.50-i JO, · Chicag6 ; Grajn\ :./;.: -.CHICAGO ufl -- A : steady to firm tone prevailed throughout the grain list on the Board of Trade Monday, Only cereal which showed hesitancy about advancing was corn. ·'-Export business in 'soybeans, continued dry weather prospects in the winter- w h e a t , b e l t ; a n d - v e r y cold. temperatures', in the livestock feed belt support^the upturn. ' There was a good deal of short covering in December wheat "and oats. Trading in Dccember'future's ends at the close Tuesday.'. NEW YORK tfl.2.-Aircrafls'were higher but motors lagged Monday In a generally higher .jlock .market.. '·' '·· . '' .' : / " : ^ l ' " Most price changes were small. However, .there were - gains and losses'running to around 2 'points with (he plus lighs predominating. Volume was fairly good at an estimated 2,400,000 ., ihires.;, That compared with .'2,310,000.' -ifiirei Friday when the market was higher. V*'.' ,/.';;.;·:':;:'.=-i^'.'-'f-..'- V; V: Aircrafls have been buying fa- yoril« for some time as Waihinf- ton Atltntt; cstlmatiu mount. .-/ Jtihti Jehmcn SwMiwy . n the upper end of Central Park, iweeney had Just come back from unch, and. t h e - i d e a of food plus 'ood for thought was still with lim: . . -. ' "In. m alters % of art, most people ike lahib chops,' so to speak, tor they,-are Nourishing and safe. I don't, like-.lamb; chops; museurh- wise/1' dpn;t..go.Jo. a ;blstrojfor amb chops'," or for what's, sate, »or. 16 a .museum' for . f t , ' cither. ... ''Ma^'y pjbple,are afraid of being nd 'people '.who'' go '.io- t h e m , : If ·ou're afraid p 1 .'being wrong,' you .lick .with lamb chops, and 'then you're beaten ahead of lime, beaten n poetry and'iinusic^. too,-"as Vet as-painting arid sculpture.' '-.' " .."That's why I'd-expect suppo'r for new, different, forward IboiiriL 'art'm all periods" to'c'ome",'not s much fr'oni museilms; as from sbiri dedicated,'.individual complete! free to'think, and-act." ' Yel^as'i: matter of 'fact tha lupport is-whut-lhe.publie.'expecl and .finds in the. museum of whic. Sweeney, has been 1 director for thr'e years,'the Solomon H. Guggenheim Museum, a-'feiv_;blocks north o ihe.mucn bigger" Metropolitan: It's 'or'. : the Guggenheim, that Frank Lloyd - Wright is' due 'to .-build; a seven-story spiral'of a building to wrap around ;fhe Guggenheim art treasures. . , '..- ., . ! 'It is the hew young names y'oi are apf^o find on display there; 'Younger European Painters" and 'Younger i American · Painters" were the title of'recent..'shows. Jut you also find Picasso,- Arp, ?ez'anne,. Feininger, - Brancusi ; -n October Sweeney opened (he irst comprehensive, museum ex- iib.itioh ever held of. Brancusi, with..71, pieces 'of sculpture on 'lew. . : ;. A native of. Brooklyn, 'Sweeney lid many-strings (o his bow. as a boy, and still has a lot more t h a n , one. He has three books in mind; ie' has the museum; he.lectures; ie is president of the Edward Mac Dowcll Assn. which recently decided to keep'the facilities of.the tfacDowell .-.Colony,, in Peter- bbrpu'gh, N. II., available the year round for writers,',, artists and composers..,. / / ' ·!-, '· . ^ , ' · Curiously, V door : opened j t b Sweeney in all directions when'he was slill a student. At Georgetown ic"got advice from Christopher Morley. At Jesus College, Cambridge, he studied under I." A.- Richards, attended · lectures .by Roger Fry. 'Cecil. Beaton was- a fellow sliiclcnt. AE, or George Hus-_ sell,- [ published Sweeney's poetry" 'n t h e N e w Statesman,' . . . Not long after,' "he. met .I-cger. That introduced him to Eugene Jolas,'whd published h i m ; i n Paris and h a d - h i m as associate'editor of New York editions of his famous magazine' transition. Swccnc;' bc- jan tb write about art for the liew York "jmes and the Chicago Evening Post. He staged art shows n New .York, Chicago, Paris. For the ;Museum of Modern -Art of which he .was painting : and sculpture director in W5-46, he A-ganiz- «d exhibitions of ..Calder, Chagall, Moorc, v Miro, Stuart Davis.. . ' He is.married and his five child- rep, Anne,' Sean, Siadhal, Tadhg and Ciahnait.'So it's easy to guess t his Irish 'descent. · ' · · · ' · . . . . , . . . . , '·· 'Folk'nione/^ Engla'nd, fiifirnien · r e tr!(ig ' " ' ' ' . . . i(un(" by'bne recently. : . ; W . " " ' ' ' "' ' ';. ·YE l OLDE'TOWM-CRIERVinmxjnc« ! Hili it thi .ilv.r'kill =:'·':- . , prtitnttd to Sir Winston .Churchill · part of th» first Willlimibuf j k: ; - ^Awirdr HiW : h*y'Hi«"i**r»9fi|wrficUd ·rh.'iymbolic :tiueh' M f ^ : ':f^ l«t thi' ip«Htgh .fill enttwi twll by Hi position'and foeui. . .'. i . .. """·"' By I R V I N S DESFbr ; "' "' : ' --""' " : '' · , AP - Niwiftfttu'rti IMAGINATION .in photography s that Intangible asset which lifts picture from' the. nin-iptthe-mljl la,ss and ^ give s ^ it personality, t can't be bought over the" ca'mcr.T tore counter like^ a roll, of the ewest fast film or .-a-color: film' illerv It exists i n . the photog- apher's mind along with . ex- wsure data knowledge . .- . but an't be . calculated by a 'matlic- ".alical guide or' meter as an ex-. )sure can. . ' . By.using imagination, you get more t h a n - a' photographic, record f a'person, placo or. e'vent. You resent' a--'viewpoint that:, lends nforest .and''captures 'attcnlioh.-., ' .Imagination; can bo-.exercised i^the. mental appro'ach'that'leads p to taking a picture, in the tech- ical aspects of shooting, arid; In ie final presentation of the finlsh- d print. .. '.'-··'.·-' ·'. '· ·- :'-; ''-.. You,can 1 use imagination. In the way ' the ' subject-Ms selected "or DisfricrCourt" Ulrich-Busch Sued SANTA: MONtCA; calif, wr-- MriV Ulfich B. Busch, SI, his filed suit /or 'separate maintenance claiming.'her husband,-a member of/tie St\/Loui5 brewing.family, left" their/: Br'entwobd home last May.'saying: .-,;". ··'- . , .'J'm' gp.ing so far away it will ke'f* $10,000'postage stamp to rij.-.irie.';;,- ' ,-··",.' '.'··· . . . '·.The complaint- filed-.Saturday charged e'xlrcme cruelty. tit'cairicra angle 4rid any..unusual .ualily' will bsi'preserved on film ,0.'malter vyho prints the. negative: )n^.the-.;qther r -.hand,.. you : can'.use masinRtiori'. In 'cropping and : ln irintirig'to-add a spark of quality a an .average.' heg'ativcjth'at 'might otherwisc be: p»ssed by ( 'ln routine handling:.-·.'.'·),.'. : V ; ' ; . - . ··"." ,' These; .ttibu ghls -'are.: in e, r.es'ul of, seeing how an ImaglnatWe.pho togVapfier Ha ckled^a; cii r r cnt phot jiroblcfri'.'I had hear'd.that Colohia .WiUlamsbutg-.h'afl.ccreatetl .\ls'i VVilliamsb'ufg .Award, a n ; hono whlch;is augmented by $10,000 i cash:'.ind a 1 foot-high, silver'tow crier's bell.'. Last week they wcr presented 'to the first recipient, Si Winston .- Churchill,·· in »- Lo'n'dor ceremony.;-. 1 ;. ';.\ , . ' Hoyv lo symbollzo the event ma piclurc"wns-the-problem of Thorn as -L. Williams"- of Williamsliiirg: \ic is a ^skilled.photographer.whom I had mct'.severai limes n t - p h o t o seminars In quest of niore knowledge, and insplrh'tiori.-In advance of the actual event, ho couldn'l photograph Iho money award-.ha( is. illegal. He couldn't photograph Churchill--he ' w a s - i n - E n g and. That left just the silver bell --which could be pretty dull. .. He solved the'problem by cen- ierirjg attention on the symbolie )cll in the foreground willi skillful Ighling and- sharp :.^focus as ,il vbuld be scen : in silversmith's vindow. Bcy.ond.the. window.and lightly but of focus is a" town crier-, in colonial costume in the act'of ringing a similar bell." . T h i s w a s ' o n l y , ono of a scries in which.n person was used In a background position as a 'device lo focus attention on -the silver bell-In .the ..foreground. "Another that cai/ght'thc eye was a youngster pressed fagainst' the ^vindpw, examining the bell. :"· These were exercises In the use of Imagination arid in'this case, if you'll pardon the: expression, Williams rang the bell: You could sec that he thought about.the problem for some time before he set up a camera and started -shooting pictures. . · This is a'good menial exercise for.'all camera fans before any picture .taking session: Try to think of all-the different ways iri .which - to present whatever you are to'photograph. How. w o u l d l l look if-- you changed your ..view: point 'and got higher--or lower-or from the rear? Would it help if you "used selective focus or distortion? Would a certain amount of blur or movement convey typical action? What kind of lighting would dramatize Ihe picture-- backlight, .'sidelight, extension light? Would; a silhouette rendition tell a better story, than one In which the detail is spelled out? The' gauge . of imagination is probably best indicated by.: the amount of thought and trouble a photographer will go fo when confronted by a picture situation:'If he avoids the obvious, if he do'esn't snap away because it's' Ihe quick- est'and easiest wty out--it'll', uri- rfo^ibledly be,a .better picture.be- 'cause.''thc .photographer used some imagination. ;. probation by Judge Donald A; Car-J:'; pbntcr. In district court here Sat-;-.? .urday'.and -sentenced to the slate' --'.'industrial'-, school ·- for boi's at - -,- · GoWcn. '. ; ··{ ,..'. ;.;. : . ( '.}'f{J - .';'Th're«,.'pf the youths /'sentence^'' ' were 15 ycars'old and the 'other 14. : i .fifth Denver.,' y6ulh,''-15,i:'wlHf - , Isb nleadci gullly .'pec.-'S'tq the", ,,. '.. ar Ihctt, 'was placed on ( probation ^ 1! , · y Jiidgp Carpenter.,. ,.*.' t-.V^r'"' 1 ^'''!' ;Ahna C.- Ornclas',' 22,'of Greelcy,"^" 1 ' leaded guilty to a charge of Js-''" :ri ault and. battery, of .a girl under , , -'ycars^ of-'age Npv.^12. '.· ·': ; "·' {f'-fii · .The; defdndanl'v pleaded ' · · · i n n o - ' : cnt^to a;. charge .of taking v 'inde- ntTMlihcrlies-'with "the^girr^'aSd-r;!.' '" ic charge was dismissed by Judge' arpimterqn motion of the district Uorncy, ' ' ' . . . . . ·Thc'Grcclej; .\yomjuvwas granted!Vi eaye (b file an tppllcatloh forjpro^ 1 " lation bri.the .assault : andfbattery charge, and -her case''conliriue4 to Jan! 3 by Judge'Carpenter.'.v 1 , -i-. ; ; Police ' 5 '.Sfilrley' AV'MaB'husori,' 1 La -Sajle, : rarcless drivin'g,.$l3.50. ' ;. .' · ' ·-: CAKn CASH fiKAI.V^ - '. . ~- . : f j ( r . None. . Corn i -fMw-) No 1 j.ljow 1.37V,, No 3 I.Htt.l.li; OaU: No 1 rx* Ira kcavy whHc E?!i-70^t Ko 2 70.70 : ti' re: No 1 phimp I.UH. · - - . i narlei- nominal: mailing ehalca l.yMOi eel .IO-.97.. .. ;. , : . . ' . · . '^'' - - T ' I llrt 2.WH Ml!.- 2.«W 2.MH I.OJrt 2«V,1 2.01 1./15 l.!5|i 1.97 ' larel) , _.,TM lij. . . J uly .. SOYBEANS NEW CO.ST ' i.nu i.im'i.-. WIY-. ~. · uir- £·-.-. 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