Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 21, 1955 · Page 19
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, »K. 39 OX SALE^-AeL h« n* . « n i » . . ' -A». CrL of. new . , trim f . funl- ' hin and ·ppUtncei. Eirt *t. Fair- »*j Farniturc. 118 North lllh AT*; Pfc. ICU.OTMB Satardo ibM utij .': ' _ H''-. if '-_^v.^ V » .'J.-.1'-'' -V-'Vj.'i-* · " 40 Hc-ra ip- ' kr. 1 no X . « c - r wifottt, rtxxl'eotidnicn ; o - CarnpWn, Xm "upright, nm- «nr-" Good «on d I tk»a .' · Camrui ile. Store anil Studio*, 907 I t . St. WASHINGTON. Eiik; Rouit Cotm- ; tf «M! M hand.'Soulb GrecUv r«*j *nd,Fw4. 10*.11th 81 - Pk. ««,. : .A»t^ U»td Can. Trticki 42 yOR SALE--1936 Ford pIcVup with 1/4 race Mercary motor.'Ph. 4025.- FOK SALE-- Diveo truck, Walk in *qniiT2«d ,'»it).. n«w · pu|] b'Jt rlr«*- CM.' excellent'' for milk . At livery, - bikinr arid "cEeaninc wtiHtthmenle, : gixH runaini condition and r*tnt, - $«0. Ph/.IUfiR or «=i b« ifcn at «2«-6lH St. . . - _ . - - · . :....,,- BARGAIN ·'55'Chevrolet $1825 . ' . Two-tone blue,- -;low · mileage, . PowarGltde, radio", - liealer., dir.' .signals, tinted glass, Er. Clean, by owner. G u a r a n t e e d finance · rivuiged. Ph. 4613H; 1010 21st . ·AT«. - . - · ' · . " . - . · ' · · · . AirtM, Uit4 Ctn, Tiuck'i 42 XOR SALB-HK' Ketr*potil». Ph. . 3«i. -T. ' · , ,: o ; v\ , ^ f OH SALE--Utfl FoW, «ob£ con'dl* tton p will faV-t »:-i«r «r· i* U»4«. 416 _»j_lijAre-. "Itir,- I pjii';: : - ." CHKV. '», ' . motor, r » d [ t " » « i ^ EVERY TIME, . " · · · : "ON'./., ·'. -". Reconditioned . :: Guaranteed :.USED : GARS V 1951 CHEV. BELA1R WPONT.82DR. 1951 LINCOLN 4 DR, 1951 BUIGK RIV. --·- 1949 PLYM. 4 DR." 1948 PONT. 4 DR. ; COZENS-DRALLEi, DeSoto - Plymouth . 611 8th Ave. Phone 1358 ; Here Are -Some. . Real Values... ' :'·' for dependable - J .economical, ', .-. transportation 1952... Plyniouth ": 2^poor. ' Heater, 7 g e a t covers. Clean as a' pin. Excellent mechanical condition; Where -.can -you -. beat this for only ' 1951 Ford Tudor. Radio, heater, new paint, new · lea't covers. Excellent condition in all respects. This is plenty reason' able 'at', only' ' $665 v 1951 Chevrolet 4-Dr. Ra-. ,' dio, heater, PowerGlide, new two-tone paint and. neat covers. Runs like a ' : f i n e - w a t c h . -Try to match this any place in , town for only r$665 ,1950 Buick Special 4-Dr. : Radio, heater, automa- tic'transrnission.. Brand new custom built seat covers. This unit is'' above average in every respect. It's a steal at oiily. $395'. 1950 Ford Club Coupe. Ra r dio,. heater,, overdrive. : Brand new. overdrive ' : unit. Motor in excellent' condition. This is worth neyeral 'hundred dollars more but ', we will b« satisfied with only t\)R SALK-- B*n»tn'l 1961 GJ*C tw ton.' 1 nv**d «»)« . w i t h " be*t b* · 10.CK ett»l Bttes. $UM. Ph. L StU« M R I L - ' i, : - · - , . :-You;Can't : Buy : Any That Ar;e, : : v : ; B f 3 t t e r : ::·;.; .Ask about our LIFE TIME WARRANT? oil all ol'our URCd- . 'cars. The longer you own-one of our cars the more valuable . this, warranty becomes to you! . . ALL WINTERIZED ' '53 PLYJf. Suburbah. .'49. FORD V8 2-Dr. '53 DESOTO, P.' Steering. '52 FORD 4-Dr: . ; " '41 BU1CK Club. ' . ' ' " . ' ' . '54 GHEV. 4-Dr. .'54 CHEV.' 2-Dr. B1 PLYMOUTH 4-Dr.: '47 PLYMQUTrt 2-Dr. '49.ByiCK Super 4 Dr. '52 DE SOTO 4 Dr. OD. : '45 DESOTO. 4 Dr. . '47 FORD 2-Dr. '53 .CHRYSLER NY 4 Dr.. '50 PLYMOUTH Coupe ' '53 PLYMOUm'4 Dr. , '50 CHRYSLER Club '54 PLYJIoijTH 4 Dr. . ·si 'CHRYSLER 4 Dr. vs '48 FORD 4 Dr. . '65 V-8 STUDEBAKER % Tori Pickup. , '55 PLYM. CLUB Sedan. .S A-V-E witti our NEW, 'LOWER' Finance Rales. · . ; · - . * . '. WE WON'T : BE, UNDERSOLD ON FINANCING: 1950 Kaiser 4-Door. Radio, 1 heater,' overdrive; This'' cir' runs better- than . ·. most newer models, but . we will sell itfor.a whole lot less: Buy it for only 1948 ksiser 4 Dr.-' Here's your going-lo^\vo'rk car. - Cheaper than bus fare., AuHt, V*4 Citi. .THKlti ; 42 'OR BALK-- m* Ltacda «1«V *·! ". rh. i»iin. , ^ ." :, . - . - . " i 'OK SAlX-Dtrn Iruck., »k. 1MT ' ' ' for' M». w M^-lcwte. , PEE: Wllh Every Piirchat'e. choice ol one-.. . ·/ '.' . 100% Wool C»r Hbbe '100% Nyloii S«fety'-.BeU Your, ' i."Batter'Car« For.L«»»" : . SH'lllh'sY."" 1 : Phbn« «95 ENVEm *EAN« ·-' .= * · : . ; ' '· ' Oiwrtl bids to jrcwer* *a .1)31 No 2: Gr*al-Norlhitl. 1*55 crop Ntbriik* rtte* . b u l l - K l l l n c i.JO-fl.W- for ! 5.RS 5.TJ for U. S. No. Z OPEN UNTIL 8:30. P.M. Ch ry al er-Piymbu th ·Used Gar Dept. ; "'.' 4(14 8th- 'Ave. - -. ·... .Ph. 1352 · LikeiNew ;.' ·.. , · 4686 miles . WICKLAND MOTORS . .. . Chrysler-Plymouth ·-. Used Car Dept. ' . ./ X 404 8th Ave.^ ' ... : What Better . ', : Christmas; Gift;.I- for.the family ' : . ' than a : . ' · . / ' ' Antic JMTto *»4 S*f»H«« . 43 .-. j BRAKES - liKludn of rHn*4 : ·· [r« U f t l l . partt'ind Utor.'All khiA motor liiv«-i . **· Tr«tan .*«.- VTKA1LERS (or · rent, · in N. lltm »TI Pk. M«W. MARKETS //(Continued from Pa'ge I;-.* ^v rado concur* S oodj, ·ff«rlnri'Tnod«r.tli!i prices piW ,d- Ytrrd Denver for ef|i cwdlcd und ended In D«av«c'ca*e« Included; Urge wbK» AA «-iI; A «-»; B «·«; 3«rf* mtxtd AA iJ-53; A 45-90; B 40-44j.mttl.um wWtw A 47-52 3««: B 33-40;. roediti mixed A 39*«; B 33-40; imall nixed A U-40; : ~iuxltrrr*4t* rf«. 20-23; 'imtlL 13-13. -·' - .: .' , -.-.·. " Poultry i Market' itculyr d*miBd ifilr; Heitan. lH«t»l; hcu heavy tjp*, 41i Ibs ·nd orer Zf-Zl; ht*Ty typ« uad«r'4rt : lbs 11-1-3; lljhl type . 4 lb« - j n d - aver -It-lCi UlhL Ijpe under ft* 11 H j brolkrx or frtn h*»vy type 21-22; old reciter* |-B. D K N V E K FOTATOKS Total U. 5? ihlpnicMs rU2. Colo. II; on track 10, irrKal* Coto.' 9, Ida bo "3, unloaded 8; Irurklni Colo. 5. - , , · Market iteadyt Cola. V. S/ No 1 rui- ·eti 5 ot mia 24-30 per c*Et 10 02 arjj Urr«r 3.13-3.23: 8-12 or .4-23; red McClurei Hi in mtn 3J5-3.15; · aVfc 1* mln rCC-2.75; uawJthfrT mosttj, 2.M; CRW»shed 3W In m in. 3.13; ru.se U Id^ha U. S;:Na L I-M . . Kloridi. round nd A mojtly. 4.00. .. U. S. No I nze CKICAHO BUTTEK AND KGGS ' B-jtle . 760.tU; «hrit- ' . . salo bujins prices. uiKhansetl; '93 icon AA 57.5; 92 A 7.Si M B M.75; 89 C 54.75: cars 90 B 57.15; (9 C 56.5. EISS firm; . lecelpla 1 1, 8 IS; wholesale buying " prkei unehanned to tt higher; U. .S. !arg* whites 60-69.3 p* r cent'A't opinion of Coy. Edwin Johnson th it no tegislat Ion s- pr«fefablfl; to legislation '.which will ; indefinitely 'postpone our development. ;·"· :~i'-:.-:."". ' ^ " '."We cannbt^alford the concessions we are asked lo" make under he present House bill without ma- .erlal;"amendment,' nor',stand by n silence while-the-waters of the river-'are harncss.ed and, put to work io createwealth"in.which we may.hol { share to'jtny appreciable extent - f o r - 7 0 'years or more/'U we .ever share -in such development." ..".:'/ : : - ' '.- - .=.·; ; · ' - ; : ?' : -\ Ooid Start, Siys UUfi 3"" '-V '^Utah Cdmmissioner George Clyde lerriied'the Colorado'proposal "a good' starting point'for"negotia- tions" butf'New, Mexico" : Commissioner Fred Bliss commended Vthe division ; of ", power revenue . just doesn't .do the-job;"; ~- ' ·' ' . - - ' · · Under the .Colorado proposal, the entire power revenue from the pro* posed central' Utah- project : would go'toward payment of cost of that project. Delaney commented'that such'a proposal would sblye Utah'j problems.' - · ; . - - . '." ·.' - : Powir Rtvtnuf Would AHract. C el erado - Cciuncil Decides City : ,· · (Coiitliiued from' Pj'Ke I). ;: ,was firil 'discussed about -a "month' «OV v:',.; : . M ; ; " , , : ^ l ~ : -;"!.$· reported; 'his /office- had " from MEW, TOEK DVEA^ED IB EAT ; - - Suppli«i of b«f \eal and ealvn noder- Ate but l a m b icnerally exceulv?; tom- pirrd wiih Tuesday steer bctf weak lo 2.00 lower;, cow beel weak through' ouU veal iad.ca.Ives ud Umbs nominally itodjr; prime, steer beet ' c*tc*SM3 «0-700 Ibi U.OO-40.M; 700-tOO Ibs 3«.Oa-3*.OQj Choice «t- TW ]bs U.eO-X.OO; 700-SW lb(- n.OO-W.W; prim* v«al tO-110* lb 43.0*41.00;. chclce 39.00-41.00; choice ind ' prime Jimli car- W E L L S and ·/Happy New.^ear! v L - W E L L S MOTOR .C:; INC. DENVER LIVESTOCK . Call!e 1.000;-hirdly'enough Jed Blcen cffeitd far mat Vet te5t; Itmilert tales moit- »t«ady; : heUen : f«!rly -active,. Krcrtf iS.litghert coifc-i'.itrone lo a i hljhtr; _.acl(" cHlt icarce;' Jew loads and loU Ufh · tood and" low chclcc fed" sleen Ibi down 18.00-19.00; p a r t . l o a d hlfh e »rcu=d «73 Ib ^-elshls.31.59;.-bulk Klfh rood io »VKJJ* ckotce. fed heir*ri 11.60-19.40; utility-cowl U.DO-ll.M; canneri rwl cvUeTi 8.CO-IO.OO, · · . Calves iwnp. " . · .- . nc»i" 7wj harrow* - ana nm»~ii«ady~id' K higher; »wi- lirgrly · nomlniil "While-Gov. Johnson has very definite ideas about the benefits Colorado is entitled, to claim.-he has never fixed any- terni or. provision, nor has he ever issued any fait or ultimatum,"-, Delaney said in his report. . . · .- . ' "He,does adhere very firriily lo the..view thai-Colorado his no incentive .to support the proposed storage bill unless it be amended to make, among the four states, a definite division of power revenues from . Glen ^Canyon." · . Under the Colorado proposal Colorado projects would obtain"51.75 per ( c e n t - ' o f the power ^revenue, Wyoming 14 per cent," Utah 23 per c e n t , a n d New Mexico 11.25 per and .'3 wi'Jnd fill* )· mixed loti U. 5, 1, s l«-2M-lbi 11.00-11.73: £tw. - . 5 , - · .'- · · - · · · 1300; »1aughlrr limbs 79 higher Kad i total of eight telephone" calls and. Revert" .visitors' *m -"the .Your Saturday ·mornings ."the'report rcoy- ered.'.: ' : ; .'v - - ' - " j - ' - ' r X " .!."',?/.', : 'The city engineer had three calls and f two.;visUo.irs,.'"the·building in- spec'lor sevenr calls ami'five* visitors, the" water department 12 calls and four.visitors, the cily.clerk's office" four calls and 31 visitors, and .the, switchboard "bperator 13 calls. : ,.-;:"'".--,', ; :.; - v / :' '-Cruce reported that, : of the seyen visitors! at\hisrVoffic6 on!the^foii'r Saturdays, _ - f o u r , - w e r e ,by. ,lhe mayor or councUrncn. The, two visitors at the "city'.engineer's, office on the Saturdays were, a.man applying for a job and the "ah strict office returning a map,' : . ,- ' ,\ -. The: boilditig ; inspector receiycd one application for a building petr mil'' during . the ; four, Saturdays, while ,lhe olhcKvisitors to his office were^qnly seeking Information aboui^fhe^building" code;; Cruce said. '/.,:. : *. . / ' -;-.' 1 .".. .-/__· Sftmt.Coonttil Twict ^ T h e city manager ' pointed'mil the^.water department office .collects no mOTey.iHe.added its ifour visitors on the Saturdays were ref e r r e d - t o it by ;. the-.city-clerk's office^ and these "persons bar] been counted as visitors at both offices. · = ·; -.", , ; { : · . - . · ' ' The .cify clerk's .office on Nov. 26, he- said, .collected five-water bills,', issued one-plumbing pcrmil and cne house moving permit. On Dec. 3, the office collected seven water bills ~and had. three other counter customers. ., ;. --. On Dec. 10, trie office 'coUcclc(i four water bills, two improvement disti'Jct, assessments, , o n e ' 7 r c n l check and issiiefl a building per mit.\6n : Dec.-17, the .office col Reeled four water, bills "and issuec two dog licenses. .. , y.;,' : .By JACK BELL-::··;,.: WASHINGTON «i'^-Sen.'.Byr'd p - y « ) ; ' said' MVeilnesday''' ; that imerican" foreign 1 aid' funds' had eerinTsed to -reduce'Briiish; taxes nd help p a y ' o f f Denmark's 'debi.- .Th : c yirginian cited theso' as ex- nlplcs of .ways -ho. said ./'billions f'dollars have' been'-squandered cent Colo i $17,075,900 Powtr **,*· -»iid- feeder \arabs icarce: bulk of lUtijShle-r Iambi »a]«*'*ctund 4 can r«ort nrf choirt ; »-100 Ib welifcts t 3S.OO aiwl.105-1C9 !bi *l .!B.2S-ll.50;'-packi|e lots ulUUy io choice. *]»uxhler cnei 5.1»- A-r ; ." CHRISTMAS +:. ; ...,PRESENT^,,. ·: 1954 FordlMaiTiline Tudor -V-8. Badio, heater, one -owner, new finish. Plymouth . 1108 '.8th; Ave. · 1954 Chevrolet 210 4-Dr. Sedan. Radio, heater, excellent condition. $1295 1953 F . o r d Custprnline, : Foi'dor yalve^in-he'^d 1 . 6 : .'cylinder. Radio,. heater, overdrive. L o c a l l y owned. " ·'/ 1951 Mercury 4-Door. Radio, heater, Mercomatic. ;··'. $795; :;; = 1953 Ford Victoria. Radio, h e a t e r , .Fordomalic, original two-tone finish. · One local owner. , ; . · - : : ;$1395--··.··-·.. 1951 Plymouth 4-Dop"r . Special Deluxe. Badio,, heater. Real li ice. - · :·· v .Quality.- L V.- · USED;;CARS'' '.'55 'Chevrolet ·" 210 l-tr. Sedan. '55 Pontiac - SUfchUf 4-Dr. Sedan. Special 4-Dr. Sedan. '54 Pontiac ''.-. , .. Siarchlet 4-Dr.' Sedan. '54' Pontiac ; ; .Cbieftaln Delude 2-Dr.'53. Buick- .-..Super Hardtop. , '53 Buick ;.- Roaamaster Sedan. 1950. Studebaker.^-D.oor Champion. Radio, heat' er, - overdrive; Excep- . . tionally nice.. . . _.;',- .' .1950 Ford CuslomliiVe Tudor. Radio, heater, over. drive. Ready to go. -Warren-Myjander, v : ' (.Lincoln-Mercury · f 1412'Sth'Ave. 'Phone 615 1950 Buick Special 2-Dr. Radio, heater,'" dyna- . flow/Two-tone new finish.'. ; ; · · . ' · -'. · ' ' . Your FORD Dealer · 7 1 5 iiih su.-.- Ph.' Kt · -,-Su'p«r Sedan..' . ." '53 Chevrolet , ·: BelAIr H»rdtop; '53 Plymouth- SertaTi. '53 Foi-d Cuitomllne 2-Door. '52 Buick ·' "·'· Super Sedan. '52 Buick " . . . -, Spectal 2-Dr. Sedan, . 'j2 Pontiac . ' -'·*·'".* 2-Dr. : S«dan. - . : '51 "Buick : -' , , ' ....Super Sedan. '51. Cadillac" '51 Lincoln . Club Coup'.'"'· -; : · .Them';.art. exceptionally good.-·' .cars.: All recondi- ^tioried arid 'attractively priced.; ·/'.'.' ;·.' , '. You will be amazed at the : . . values. . . · ·'. · Lowest Finance Rates Best Guarantee in ·;· ' Colorado · - O P E N UNTIL «.P.M. WELDtOUNTY : OMAHA .LIVESTOCK ( , CaUle 7,500. calvei 145; raarket · il acfhler ca ll.e erode i t«ly active; Jed itMia '.and-;hellers ' mcnuly iteady; cowi llttte chanted; vfili-Ti and. ilock catlle. jivhinsed: "prime MTJ It) aleeri 23.00; p r [ m t - l , l M Ib.itecn 21.75; moilly priir-e ·ver 1^00 Ib «tec« 18.50: ahort load prime 50 Ib hef/en 21.00) moil- choke helfen JI.OO-20.M; uUllty- and coititr.ereli]: cowi I.3S-11.DO; cVncers and futten . 9.009.251 ki»d medftim la tood 100 Ib feedera 15.00: part load good »00 Ib itoclc ateer^ 1T.M. Hogs 16,000: m»rlie[,clos.nt ilow; early ilca aleady lo 2S lower en mixed,. 1 and 1 trades; lale trade 1WO - lower] *owi 15-[OH*r; mixed loti U. S. 1, 1 and 3 - - - - - - - - " ' W | J7R, ir lambs" fully U hl(fh«ri other classes steady; choice and prin-.e wool^d e l a u f h l e r - J a m b a 12-100 Hi lB.23;.-tood io choice 1S.50-17.50: cull to good cooled 'ilauthler ewes 3.00-4-Ml 3 deck 7k Ib Kansas feeders 16.7S. . · CHICAGO LIVESTOCK itcher hofi were, j-enerally steady lo 25 rents lower Wednejday in il'^^s' (ritUnf, ' -sere fairly active and steady. No. 1 t a , N « . 3 mixed grade lofs ,. ,., (o 720 pound x butchers . sold at IlO.Ti lo III.75..SO.VS welchlnf 330 (a WO pounds brouEhl tl 25 lo IJ.U,, · ; The caflle m a r k e t - w a s uneven, willi yeaclln|s.'and light *ie*rs" welihlnj under 1,110 pounds-m«!eialely acllve and ileady fo U · ceals hither. Other, sjeera wrre F(DW, . and about -aleady."' - ' · . · : . " · ' · · Heifer* were .aleady to 25. cents up. roMTi were steady to sfrbna*, Vealer* were fully 'iteady.'-" ' j ·-" - - · ' " · , · . - . · A f e w ^ i d s o f . a v e r a f e lo h1*h prlma I^XK) If) 1^50 pounds brautHt 113,50 to 123.73. Same dish piitne steers titW above 114.00. . . . . . . . · . · Lambs were steady lo it rang arvd lUu shier' iheep-were. steady. Good ,to, prima wealed Iambi T,eT«hing J01 pounds' ar.d dair- ·old at -117.00 to-118.75. Cull . lo choli slauxhter ewes sold at 14.30 to «.H. KANSAS CITT LIVESTOCK · Cattle 2400; calves 300: load choice ar low prime -around 1,13» !b frd itre 20,75; "Jew Jo ids aad lot] hlfh .tood ai choice . steers. 17.00-19.50; tprinkUnt I* _J^?l?3?y'said undex proposed.par- ticipatingprojects"~in thp Upper Colorado i River bill/$17,075,000 in [wwer revenue is needed to partial- iyiinance.Colorado projects. Under the proposed 'power revenue allocation formula, Colorado projects would he entitled to $229, 949,000 f tiie $444,345000 power rbvenus from,.Glen Canyon and Flaming Gorge 5 Dams. Delaney..pointed out.the 1948 Up per Colorado River Compact I'does no't 1 .preclude the; division of' : power revenue on the same basis a*"allocation of water."- · Johmon W«M« Cur«c«ntl He also'said Gov. Johnson wanted language in the bill to insure that .Juniper piftn', would replice Curecanti'Dam if (he'"latter "were found',^0 be ! economically infeasible;' Delaney' also . said "Colorado wanted provisions "for studies of Jyniper'Bnd Yellowstone-Dams lo be included in the bill." . v .,. 1 lyal V. Goslin, ".secretary-engineer,"; said . unless" the four * states present "unanimity of support It will be hopele'ss to expect congress to pass a bill which Is so'highly controversial as ' t h e legislation which would authorize the Colorado River,Storage Project." Ceuri-tiy Deik Cruco suggested a courtesy desk wilh envelopes and checks 'jus outside thp city clerk's door'coult haW Handled T; ~a.l "the cuslomer wishing' to pay. water bills; am would.be a convenience^ lo'person c.'21,1955. VGREELEY TRIBUNE Page 1»JL Guf ^ ^ ^ . to Parliamentary Election -'- · ' · ' ' : ' : - tailed su^H 1 a'desk at both"Austin and Pampa, .Tcx!,"\yhc'n" htV'was' city'niajiagcr Tn' those cities, -and hat they /.worked /"wonderfully" ahd * were '.' used by.' niany" people* who tould not .yisit-thc office dur': ng'.rcgubr office hours,"- \'\ -.' · : ,Crucp 'also suggested.- that, .on' hc : Saturday mornings linnicdiatc- y ' after the- w a t e r ' bills -'are sent out, :lho clerk's, office should be ;ept .open to "enable- water _cus : :oniers to pay their bills/',';:'.' ./;.· Can Inspect BuHdlngi with Offlc* ' . - · ; ' . . . . Closet! -. ...... . - ; · . . · 1 He also observed th'e building nv specfor could make necessary 1 in- spccfions on-. Saturday-'mornings without visiting :city. liall. AH of :he 'visitors al.the.'.inspector's "of- r ice on these mornings \verc pecn pie "in .the. building trade', and :6uld have, .visited tho..pffico- on Friday or Monday, the city man agcr said.. '"·:.·. "],-' ',.'.:', : .' Cruc'c'.alsd pointed out all 'the calls to the switchboard "operator c'oujd have been .handled. by ..Iho police -^switchboard-, "operator. .' Information Request* Nottd The switchboard pperalor's calls all were .request for information and were as'follows: . . . - . ;. Who is the mayor? JYIial arc the liiis routes? (two calls)'. Who is the garbage' collector? When is ."the city picking up leaves?; (2) When "1 tho city remove snow?^ When I.Santa cpmo.'lo lown?^Whcrc tlo' you get driver's licenses? Can yoii_skato..on .Gienmerc lake?. (2) Where is Ihe city dumpj_(2) ;· _ - Cfuco concluded by staling' that he believed--thCLCOiincil_rncnibers' ri"forelgn';econqmlc\ald." Hi mantled such' practices b« stopped./-* 1 Byrd's blast apparently signalled : iomo strong opposition In Congress'** plan jq'boosl'economie.aid _ , _ _ _ . , , ng by" about 200'^UUon dollars ]n- ".. he.-next fiscal,, year',' .·, beginning v '·; -Byrd," a'stfo'ng adyocalc'"oif ecpnj,, my in government;;said in ail in-."} V e'rvlcw he.."wants ,economic : .'»i4 '·' ended, but Oiat : heVwiU "g~q.along : with fpreign military..assistance'atjfj he . level the^adrniriistraUori' prp^5f Jbses'---/about three bniions.'-Uri._. der. administration plans,' economic' aid funds next year would "rise" tn -· $1,900,000,000. ···· ,·'..':· - ···'·'- ·· ~ '. '."While fcwas ID Europe this faB, ; :. I ."confirmed · through' the officials'^ ·. concerned that-we 'gave.Denmarkt . 100.million dollars to-help, pay bH^~ her debt/'Byrd said. .-:'·" "/·";·' ' He added that ho hid obtained!* . from Harold E. Stas'senV - former-' ' foreign aid chief, confirmation thaf 1 ^ 200 million-dollar!.in economic,*\A-, funds had been given Britiui to--finance a~ tax cut'before the last- British general elections.--'-.-'-^ 7 ;'Secretary! of State -Dulles, dls-\ . closed -Tuesday. thatithe ;idmihijy: ·' tration will-ask Congress Cor 1 ^,-^300,000,000 in foreign aid'.appropriations '.for ' next year.: Byrd : sald.;- he 'Will 'oppose:.any.- part of : thte ; which' is .designed to build up a reserve fund for foreign aid spend;-.; ing in years "ahead,- . . · : . . ' , 7 . . } v r Dulles -"said factual foreign, lid V oullays-in Ihe next fiscal-year will run about 200. million dollars above "'" Ihe present'annual level of about., "$4,200,000,000. . ,-./ -'.-4 .-Thus if Congress made available,-$4^,900 ,000,000 in ne\y'apprdprlations .\ 500 millions, "of -this, would - g o - into ^^ " the reserve', fun^. 1 1. Byrd · said this reserve ought to be' cut down, n"o{\£ increased; - . . · '.'.J. · ., -·."", '·!·. . - . ' ^ - . i. "Instead" o£ incfeaEuig.this;'.they-' ·'- ought lo .use,-, up' th'e imexpehde'd ," Byrd said, "I am. op^, ~" and Wall Street NEW ' YORK HI.,-.-= Th8 : popular aircrafts- stood ou| strongly Wednesday in 11 higher stock market, . ' ' Some gain: in the. favored sec- tions'wenl to around 3 points, and there' were many, gains '.of 1 to 2 points. Losses sometimes .got to a point. . . ,.'.. ' . Jhe rise brought oul additional ' and commercial coara 9.7S-11.M; canr. culleix I.OO-9.7S, GoM lo eholcft veaiera 31.M: food and choice calvci U.OMf.M. Hoia a.OMi moat V. S. I, 1 and 1 115233- bairowa and aTLU« 10.50-ll.15j 330-700 Ib aowa 7.00-8.50. -.- ' . " · . - - '. Sh«ep 1,500; mlive woogett tamfos 18.50- l*.00; 1 ear* 103 It choke and prime wooled alauxhler lamtia 17,1s-to aMpper. . . . CHICAGO CASH C H A I N _ ' : Wh*at j " N«n*.' Com i (new) No J yellow \Mi No 3v l.tt-aCHi No * I.l5»i-ai«. Oiii: Rumple ir«de heavy white HWj No 1 extra htav? white 71. " - . . · - . ' · ·' .Barter nowinal; MittEnr ***** 1-W-*OJ " ' CliCAGO GRAIN TABLE : · t ·, ·' '^. - . · ' · . Hllh, Low . .WHEAT ' March Hiy · _· J.M i 3.Ktt..».OnC July 5«pfmt«r OATS ' Utrtti ~ Mir - July · . 1J3K 1J1V« l.MW I.mi 1.34H 1 J!« . 1.11 I 31« I.I) RYE Mircb Mar : July . _ r 815 llth St., UsiS'Car LoJ , ; .l.«tt !.«« l.av, :, ' ' rnv, s'nii i.av. .'.--:-_ J.MSS .M7H im; OLD CONTRACT* . January. ' '--' 2 36V4 · LARD "--- · .- : . . January · ' ' '·' 11.97 March _I '.--·-- ll.« Hir · - . - - . ii.ci July ' · - 1_11.40 10.77 11.17 11.15 I l.M n.n 11-iS. 11.S2 11.K XANSA C1TT CASH CHAIN , ' ·Wh«at Jl, carl; dow-n'art lo'up mC'. No - 2 ham and dark hard 3.15^-2 34V4: No 3 2.12U) N» 1 rid J.1IV4 1-lSNj No 3 J.lMi-2.1«J.-'-.- ' i v . . No . . . . - . . Ccrn 11 cau; uiKhaaced lo op hli« l.U-l.UN; N» 3 1.35H-I r Oala 1 tar; nbaii«e 1 wIlIK 11«.77N; No 1 .MUo Mala 2.13-9. IS. Kafir 2.11-2.ISN.. iTtJt 1.17-l.WN.'-"': ' : BarfcY I.O-I.IW. ' Swbcaia 2.2fi.2j;N. ' Ural J»I5-r7,«C. , U1-I.47N; N» . down I'tC; r c6ming'mttf = city T Han = on other day unexpended balances because Con-. '" " ' * ycry lilllo ; business is trarisaclcd The city manager said he had in Saiurday mornings GIFT SUBSCRIPTION GREELEY TRIBUNE as good as 'a call'from home. ocal Market IN STATE 1 Month 6 Month*. CITY : l M o n t f i . . . $ 1.00 V«»r . , . Vl2.00 buying ' a n d the total of : trading came ' t o - »n .estimated : 2,500,000 shares for the day. .That 'compare: with 2,280,000 shares 'traded Tuesday when the "market-was ir- reguljrly lower. ..-. T»xi Sheriff Viilti K«r«' Sheriff James Bryce o£.Sulphur Springs, Te^.j' * cousin'of. Mrs;.W.. Cf Tegtman,; was an ..overnight, guest at the home of Sheriff and Mrs; Tcgfmah Tuesday.night. ; . Sheriff Bryce'. was en route, ^ to Casper, Wyb.', to pick up, a prisoner tO'\returni him to Texas.. Bryce planned to return.' to Greeley vyednesday and stay overnight here before returning home.' · -. ; j ;(C»rr«et»cl t» Wheat,- bi'. Oats, cwt Parley'-Pinto .beans, cwt. Butterfat Eggs in trade AA large, A large AA rnedium A medium A imall B grade C grade and cracks Colored hens Leghorn hehi"and Hylines, .; Itn. and.'over Leghorn hens "and Hylines, 4V4 *"/f" Ibs. 'imJ,under s -_ , _10e Coliired fryefi '- -- __18c PulIelJ? 4 Ibs. »nd over. Duckr' Turkey hens Turkey tbmi OUT OF STATE 1 Month . . $ 1.00 1 y « . r . . . . $12.00 SERVICEMEN ANYWHERE; 1 year for 58.00 ' -7'r'-"^'···"' ' ' · *·. · · · ' . ''"..'·:'. · An attractive gift announcement card will be mailed to " 'rtiach yoiir friend* at Chri»tma» time.

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