Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 22, 1955 · Page 23
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Witii ; Every-. Purchase. VYbur ' «holc«.of on*' -. ,·;·".···.··-.,-. ·'· " ·'·· 10«% Wool.Car R6t» ',?,·' . ;' IMS NyloirSal«ty Belt V. . ; -:-."B«tter'.C»rm'F6r IM'',-' ·'·· IU iltll'gL'"".',- - -./Phone' 4495 ·iltfff " 4686- CKrysier^piym'outh' -. ·' Used Car Dept, 404 ,8th 'Ave.' . ,- \Vhat. Better ·f-\ for-the family . r . . t h a n a from Merry Christfnas : find Happy Jew- Year! MOTORS, ING. Dodge -- Plymouth , ' :' llbS.. 8th'.;'Av,i.= . ;'·". . ; Ph. 2996 ' Quality jUSEb-GARS '56 Chevrolet . ' }10 l-Df." Sedan. '. '55 Pontiac ' · .' - Slarchief *-Dr. Sedan. '55 Buick . Special 4-Dr. Sedan; .'54 Pontiac. :'.. v · . Stafcblef f-Dr. Sedan. '54''Pohtiac · . : CblefUIn, iMluu ZiDt. C«ty;.Tritt» ' ''······:V'- !A BARGAINS v \ v '. , :,'55:,CheyrpIet v ?1825; : . ;, · Twfton«i' btne','v !o* 'i'jnlteagi, ' F6tr«rOllde,' radio, hiiter, · dtr. ,'· slxnali/tinted'glasa, Ex.,Clean,l_ by owner. Guaranteed (InVnc* a r r a n t e i l . ' P Are;; .-:;,. ·: 131Q : Eighth ; venuf - - luxe : .4-Door.vDark -green V finish; ,,.:-.;::-:-/..i;'. : ·;· ;. v..-'.. = 1855 Chevrolet 2l6r r 4-Dri; Nicely; equipped, 1 s a d d'.l,e'." brpwn 1953 Chevrolet 210;;-4-Dr. Heater, -radio, seat "covers and PdwerGlitle. : D R-r.k: green; · · · ; ; - : ''". '- A*M«, UiW Con, · Ttwki :i^-''-' '· 7 Radio arid .heater. ' 1952, Commander' ^- '.'-:· Radio,; heater," '.fover- ':?. drive,'ldirDctionai,, : Sig-^ '/if/nals.-'' ^-l.^.v^C^-.y - 1951 .Comrhatider ; ; .4-Door. : - ·' .'· .-· Ra'dip, h e a t'e r, · civet' "' ''' ' · ' · ' ' ' - ' Caiigh!!iii Puebkj^fe;.^ }.'i^'t_-±^,^M^ I^DENVER OB -- :The' district attorney's. ''office' V'akl' Wednesday 0 rville ; F'; '.WiUla m ,'; 35,^»hte^ ;ln DehverVfor passing ''» '''icrln'^dl bad cheeky last june.'has been arrested at Pueblo. .. i-. i 's)fri£j. '. ' ·-·: Ray-;' Hiirnphreys,' % ehlef% i iijve'iH- gator = 'for'v: pIst.'v'AUy: Bert . : M; Keating, '·" said- .Willia'nis -;was : -:'the Mljggins, Famed Cow Pony Owned Pj^^HasIi V: We ; Have- l f t ' ; ; Stiijebaker ' Up to $900 'Discount . ^ .'See. the Famous 1949 Ford V8 Customi-De- " luxe Tudor. Light er'een finish.' ,-- - ,.'.-''. ..-· . - . 1949 Piyrriouth Sp e ci'a I f ' Deluxe 2-Door. Dark 'blue finish. ' ' ' 1951 Tord r Custom Deluxe For'dotv Light grey.-.-^^;- ; -- : Studebakei-'s . Brand ' ·:'-, Sport3 r Car i . . the 'fast-" ''.-estcA-m e r.i ca n - built '. sports carl- ; ' . ' · ' - · In front' o£. the '. '1950 Packard Deluxe, .4- Door. Nicely equipped and . has a new., maroon-paint job. ' . . ' - - ' . ;. V . Be.; Sure. 'and ,' ' ' C h e c k ; O u r " ' N e w . B a n k · E i r i an ci n'g .^:Plan..,_.;^J;..L. ' -EASY) EASY; EASY,.' picked; up; .WlUiam's '.for lnye»tig»- tioh : and recognized him frbm:'a picture :'pub!ishe(t In 'last; Sunday's Denv'cr 1 *' Pbst.-.-,JTlie -. picture; I 1 was '.., jubHshecp ai'VparT.bf 'the 1 De dU'lrlcl' ;a'fto'f riey'« · "fuglllv* : of Denver the week" series.'/ Nellie i :,pk Evans; ' 'Miis'Nellie Duntarj 77/of Evans died Wednesday night : , at ;psteo-' palhic Memorial'hospital.; ShVwas borrrSep't.'J2j -1878'at' Ev'inr and had', lived 1 - there, ill tier^-life.',' Her father was" a Civil-War veteran and a pioneer o£ the Evans community; Surviving'are two'nephews; Keh- nelh'-'and-'Lloyd; Dunba'r,; no|h o{ Meeker,' and a..coiisih, Mri/:Flor; erice' Gerry fjfjXjreeley. - . . · · * · · ' Funer'al'/iervlces will be'heM at 2 o'clock'-" Friday' afternoon' from Map'ys'.dra'wlng 'room;; w i n ' interment,'at the Evans cemetery.''.;. " : gr^dihi steer* and yeirltnM.Mld, «t 119.W to'S22.5«.-Gooc, td.choice-v*il«ri loM Tcaicri up.to vin.'! - Lambs mostly 23 hlnherj slaughter steady) good to prims woofed lamt Ib do'wn i7.M-13.00! about.M" head H - l b 19V;-a»iorh Iambi li-» Ib mostly-cholc* 1700-17.73; cull-to choice slaughter ewes 4.SO-I.7S. ' ,-. . ." ',",... .'. ,"; KANSAS CITT LIVESTOCK''· ':·' ·-..' i - Cattle' 3001 calves M: canr.er. and culler cowl' 8.50-9.M; good 'and choice ·' Yearers II ofr-21 8»;' food a n d . cholco slaughter calves' 1i.W-16.00. .' .' *. . , -. ' H o g s IJ«i U. S. No l ' I and 1 190230 Ib IC.Z3-11 01; 1*0-260 to 2 and 1 KratMs .11.50; jiow. sleady.at, Wi-SW.lb 7.50- beep.300;';.odd. lo prime rillve .oolri 'cow. pony," ' . , iwned -a't : Uw time' of his '! dtiOi - By. he, la(e' ;cha'rley;-5amp,' Vooetim* resident of JBreelcy, has been bon^ ' ' - ' . . . [. A'-'itory.- writteri' by''Red Keljo, Wyomini!"c6riesiiond«rit r for -tKe BeivcrPosl^ slates that Ihe .Wyo^ mint : »late';muse.um.-'recentl3r.' : pui Ihe mounted, he ad of the fabulous [oriy "_on ' d l « ' " ' ' ;·' There i«r* 'a : number of .persons living, in 'Greeley today, who remember the^raiible Charley Camp and Muggins. 1 ; The/pony' was !· the subject of a book ··ritteri by Camp and; called Muggfiis'.' .- \ .;-"·'- r. · :, Camp arid 'Muggins .went .to. the West. Coast, several ;years: before the 'horse died at tHe age/of.^, !eptr 13 * i 928,~"'"ahd TSSs" ; bii rKcflft front 'of . the /stockyards ','a'dmlnls- tratfp'n^uUdlng'-'ln. I/s ; ,XngeIei',";.' " ' ' ' '''' ' ' liT'thi'' with niekamorfv wai hubj: iulldlhgV lobby.; , : .'·£.·£·:"; " vVN«;.lhr«igK the "efforts of Mri. F.vdyh .BltbolomeWp^Worlind,. a iece of -,Camp'i,;Mugiin|- his re- urned 'to Wyoming -^ahd home.'! Gift ;,. WASHINGTON :,MJ I--^r'r ' J rirnc ihor lo gbod.' I6.SO-1I.OO: M Ib i lambs ND 1 pells .11.001 ;ooled slsugfcler'ewes J.50- '-. .' ·'· .;·' : v · '·"·. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN . ' 1947 Ford Custom Deluxe Fordor. Black finish. . ; . . ':·;.;:· $145.;::;- y 19B1 : Buick 4-Door. ,A faauty at :.|OTORS;1NC.:; "; The'jjHom'e" pf'Studebaker-;: '": Certified ised'.Gars' : ]'· '.1221 8th Ave.' : : :'-Ph.'257 ; No i.*stia'he»yy/rAI«d '°Blrloy nominal:' Malting choice'l.JMtf f e t a ; .ro=.CT:-,.-,^-...:---r -.-.-,. .rfvr* CH.CAC'.O.O.AINT^:^.^ WHEAT ... j,;^ j.«a,' Jjiil 2.0U* 2.03« 3-04 ': 1.9H4 !.»« .1.9*. 1.9SH 1.MW !.»« .is;* -I.Ha" wivs . '.Camp,': a .farmer and.' c'pwpunch' er.Jn'.-W*ld f and the son of. Dr. Archie."/ Camp, . Union'.',:Colony pioneer," followed, in -death about a year la(er,'Aug...i9; 1,929]'at Long Besch. He had' spent' part 'of his life making 'movie's of[ roundups'... ~Caiflp = \vaV'ari'u"iicIe of Kif." Aury B.. Koxo'n, of hz8 .Fourth street, irid of Mrs. Nellie Angell, who now ives in" Pleasant Valley'but form- ;rly operated Ahgell's lea-room, on Tenth avenue . acrrss from the CSCE 'campus. - ' .":"·, ,'·'-. . Ev«it at Park Rac«ll«j'V'» - B..F.'Billard, longtime :.trjbuhe° employe and foreman of the corn- posing room,'recalls how'Canip frequently, visited; the" Tribune, office /.and once bet Muggins" could oulp'ull t h e ' whole Tribune, staff.;'' /"A group of fellows in the composing ; room : .went'-; out. to Island Grove park 'during'.* celebration. Ca!hp~ 1 liedra---ropa=lofMyggin8;in front of the grandstand," Billard said. :'··'·,· ·'·.'-. v :..;;:.' ' ·;', - Ij Mrs.' Eisenhower, newly' ; fojir- time'-j grandparents,'..handed :.:qlit Ch'ristmas' presents^td'Yakciiit'700 While "'.House employes'- at - a " reception .Thursday/;/ ' . ' _ ' · ' " . . ' ;·'' T A. ' s e v e n ','pound,' two' -'ounce daughteivwas - bof n Wednesday,.' to Mrs." Barbara'·Elsenhowef 1 ,';*ife' ; 6f MaJ. ''John* .Eisenhower,1 , son': of President~-'and'-Mrs,- : Elsenhbwer. The' natidn's'-fir^t -family.-now''Ih' eludes three" 'granddaughters - a n d » ^grandson;"' allr''children tf of " t h e major ;snd-his'=lwffc.--~'- i --i-~^y^=, Arrival of thelnewVgrjnddau'gh- ter at Waller Reed Army'.Kosplta! Thursday /.-: dispelled -, Viracerlalnty over some details ...of."the';.Whi[« House'.Christmas'- plans buf.still undecided' was the.;. President's posi-Chrlitmaa,travel schedule".'·;", -There' 'was 'abVno /evidence'.the President ..might nptKlsaye Im' medjately;-for.'a warme'r climate recommended by" his doctors. ; , * , Glyti EmpUysjt.CsJpy «f Pahtfrifl" .President 'EisenhowerV Christ mas^' gift .' lo', White House fern pjoyes.' wa5"'a"-'copy..6f' one 'of.his / : For-:la«t: four ^ytari' mailman ' Jamai ..ConI*y, rightj .hii_t_j b««n d«Hv«rIrn', mail-to Mr a. Marl* MacDonigh,-:l«rt, at M1H Vallty,- Calif. Biitlait WMk'by chine* ConUy , dlieoY.r«( J Mr., /Mac-' ' Din,h,'i^' who',.had !«aktd:' x hV .njmi --'JW'as hl**h'alf-%i«fir/ *riA they hadn't knowingly i*tn;*ach.' ; othtr for ZS-'ytirifrTnoy^plin''^ 1 ; hivt Chrlitmai- tofi'thor^ (*P Wlrt^hofoj -;..' . '*..'-''- ;·'' :-'·. decisions .were his' own 'and 'often"3":,;* *«y.«eiem*cl.'irbi(rary":th«'ri iiit -.^ j j little or, no" delefa'Uon « -.respbiji}/s~i'· «!bi'y(y/8r.d authorltyVHwry I . ' - - litU«/1ruck;"wIlh t h e r . .. men..wholfh'idogreat«»pec{;tor* '·'·'. modern' methbda..'6l .scientific; biui-;' less/a"dminlslraiioijV,'Tb«j;"^rerpJ-E., _ v : P"".Br»»fti ··.·'nrt«*'.**h»fr»M-«n"- r 1^'tTt · -V -'" , - .- _ charge'bt the basic 'mandfacluririi " '· ·'- M?a}oni\*£££i:K : hj}M£%*$- -^ has': an fejr'e'; out · toWziew ? prod iS;^ U--: and . for'V : methodsi of aiitoiii at'ioa".; -v.'V that- might weU-.h'ave~sl»rUea the r ' - " ' having aiiy:One.t'ell.hirn.ho"w.lorUH.?-' r', the .company.'--' specifically, to fry! ·'. '·';'-. Ford Changes . : toj stop him ; from-" plowing ibt most .of.ihe earnings into "grpw|It . atherUhan .handing; them. out. dividends \ ;Sp h ' bought ; the", partners'' out. In ': 1 for Ip6;raillipn, dollars ahd-.went'-k,- aloheV T-K t.-^f -frT?-;y '··^j.."-* 1 vlvfi.i'-*?. v: \Now.. Henry ^It Is, inviting what 7 ' ; - ..By!; SAM DAWSON' 1 --' - hbwer'' ,$785,,; 1950 Ford V8 Custbm De-- luxe" Fordor. Light green finish,. ' ' :$495:Y , 1950 Studebaker^2-Door.. Heater, radio, seat-,cbvers : and -white sidewall -tires. Dark greei." finislj. , 1949 Studebaker C h a m- pion 2-D 6 or. · N i c e l y equipped. .Light green fin' · ish. · ' ^ - - ' . . MARKETS we Btarted t) pull, .At first neither we\nbr : the" horse' made' any : Head way/ Finally, 'we. succeeded in f i * 5 t t i i a g t h e best of'the-horse. · · "So-'Camp 1 -said,- .'let's try. It again," The'nieri'won again, Every-' bbdy^-including Camp.'-had a good time^diiring the event." " " · '· ' '·' ..Kelsp's "'article viri-'the 'Post- of Tuesdiy- evening .-.follows;-/^.- .-;* ^..t3»in«l J E N V E R BEANS · ' . " G c n f r a l b\Ax En frowrrc oa 1955 frop linlDar Denver rate baili" lelllne 3-U tor J. '5. f\o \- arvd .90J.OO /or U. S.% No 1; Grtat KoiOiera. 1935 crop plnloi, tit* hriiki'rile biils seUFn; 5,90-6,00 for U. S. " 1 ind 5.S-5.73 for U.' S. No 2. DENVER EGGS AND POULTRr · Kf^ji--Mirtfl alroineri ^demani f a , r ID* good; offeriDBi raodcraie; pilcei paid de- ilyered Denser for.es«t candleil and iud*d In Denver, c.ti«],fDcIui1«d; lance whiles AA 3-S3i:X" «-Sl; B 42-+!;' mcdham" whltei-A U-M; B Jfr-U; mediura m i x e d - A 41-tt; R 36-43; *mall m i x e d . A 37-42; umt,er«Md*i Urge U-2T; imill 13-15.- ' ' - '. - Pixjl[ry^Mar].et ttrocger on h*a,vy heni; «e*kcr broilers or trytis; demarvd fair; ct- lerinfs liberal; hem heavy type 4Vi Jfcs · tid ovrr"21-.a. heavy'tjT« under * 1 ,4 ! 1bj 13-23; UgkL lpt, 4 Its and over U-16; llghl typa under 4 ]bs 12-U; brdferj or fryers .heary typ«" JS-Mr :old ,nxisers (-8. -" · Super Hardtop, · . ,'53 Buick ..' ·- .. : . . - . Roadmaater Sedan'.'. .-:..,=,' '53 BuickX.'M ' :Super Sedan, . · / · '53 Cheyi-qi^t'·-."" ''·'- : '~ . ' .BelAir. Hardtop. '5,3 Plymputii-' - . - · Scdaiii ' '53 Ford - - Cuitomllne 2-Door. . ' '52 Buick --f'...': . Super Sedan,-- '- . ' '52 Buick : . Special 2;Dr. Sedan.' '52 i'ontiac · Z-Dr. Sedan. . t -, '51 Buick Super. Sedan.'51 Cadillac , '·' .; "62" Seaan. ,- . . '51 Lincoln ' . CInb Coupe. ' . These; ore . exceptionally good cars. All reconditioned -'and .: attractively priced. " ' . · ' ' ' ' ' · . · ' ' You will be amazed at the value?/ ,·-,'· · · IxweM, .Finance Rates Beat Guarantee in ' Colorado ' . \ OPEN UNTIL 8 P-M. ',. ' 1950 Ford VS'Custom De- juxe"'Tudor. ? -Completely .equipped arid lovely, black finish.' .' ".'·;.. ··.'·· '"' 1946 Chevrolet 2-Door. · A .lot of solid transportation. DBNVEV rOTATOES Total U. si ihlpmenti 535/ Col0."13;" fln trade 4 arrives Cole. 1. Id»Ho 1, unloaded A; (rurkirvj Caki. 6. Idaho* 1. Utah 1. · ' M a r k e t ruiieU illgMly pUonjfcer. iteady Lhcr*: Colo. -U. S, No" 1 ru«eU 5 .m »]'a 20-30 per cent !· ot nrt r«d . l*'t \t . . cent 2!' fa.mln 1.65; moiltr · 1.60; cnw«i^i washed im I fc l n - m l n 2.60-2-75; » per . In mln umw rr.Oilljf 2-60i un- m!n 1,83; .ruiiti* Idaho I-^^IFiaSs-a* " 9.UU 3.«- a.«ft 3.»«' J.» - 3.MU 2.M 1.1914 3-»H _ -- 3.MVS . . . Kslir I.IU.ISN. " - Chicago Grain ; . ;-;/ CHICAGO ifi -- ' Selling jn 'wheat futures' had a' bearish. 1 effect on other grains and "soybeans Thursday' on, the Board of Trade. . Wheat dipped around two.' cents. ' . . · "Muggins, one if.the Best's.mMi fa'rriouB ! cqw rionles,' now/is'-'honVr-' ed'.by"th'e"-state where'' be /first gained '.the' eyeTlasting - respect -and admiration ot those who knew this Morgan ;''geldihg ^be' . '^Recently,'' the Wyoming ''slate mu'seurh'iput"on display the mounted .'head of. tf»Y fabulous rppny!' -'. "Muggins was./ according to Ihe Jew'/Wyorn'tag! early day.'stockiTi*n alive",today,.the'best pony-orr-the range when'-.lhe .stale -was ,unfenced, and cattle ""was-king. *"/ .. ' MuBBini Wai'Fasi;. Al«'rr '.':./"According t o ' A . S. Glllesple, a retired' .cowman now.., living , l n Laramic, Muggins .was alert, fast and responded : to training early, a ba'sic; requirement, for a silperlor c o w horse! ' ' ' .. ...... .,,,.. --jn,.: . approximately, .700 members of trje ilaffi'White House _clci ks, iiccretailei, jeclc UsirvlaB operatives' and uniformed - White House-police.' 1 .. · ' ' - · ' · \··,,['·; '·'. .·'; , The painlin'g, regarded v as' 1 one' of the best the President has done is : a,, winter ' icehe'-6£-'St. 'I-ouis Pe'alct Ranch, i owned" by" his-close friendi'Axsei; Nielsen ;o! 'Praser ,.,Tha ·.Pre'sidenl'-did.,the 'p'jinVlni 'from a",'photograph "ol : . the 'scene He slarled (work en it at-Frase a' little moreSthah i .wefeV before his Sept,. · 24\ h'cart' allack '. whllB Nielsen's /guest: ^ And he", finished it .'while'.a ; patient-at-.'FHisfmons Army.Hospital.in Denver"after his - . ? _ _ * _ . . ' _ · ' . J 1 '-t.1....-,- yu'pll . -/The.: Ford slock registration dramatizes; how (he; motor company has, almost qompletcly. changed iti personality .since,- .*he.,dnyfi..nLHenry^Ford*Uio First. . ' , '.., :: -.-... / : \ ".. ; · ; Jn 10 ycnrs Hcnry_Ford II .has _ _ - Ti any ^_ of u.1 he iractfcc^ Ih'at mndc his grand- alhcr.A symbol of an earlier hiisl- . . - . , '. _ . - . , . . . '.'. f -' Iho.piibUc'lo 'come'- and )uy.6d/pfcr cCht'of'lh'o vqling slock ' dred thbu'sand partners to join hl'rh'«*V; asibliyers .of .the 10,200,OpO/sha^e'^ "Ihe Ford· fouhdafIon' Is selling- next'. 1; '·· month,. - - , - - . .'.r;-^-...-',7-;'.-1 .'r-.'.'^'i 7 /? ' ' · He'-indic^ff}5,- however,'-that,p[re" "-S of .grandp.a's.'prccepts'.'ls, still ..bls^ ' -. piv'n --". pay-'^s-ybii-g'p;..;."'', ; :; ·-,..;;f U .The company .has put. U4 billion",- ' dollars .of, earnings-iiitp .expansiopf''. since the T war... Its ·.future^ plaraj. come, tp- almoit;ohp.bilildn";rnof«. : 1 .But.the .company; w.hich).haB-n». j ' debts, now, 'says', it ·doesn't',plan x.; to borrow.any^mohey-to'meet th.aj- on Reunijing; Kor^a.,.- V;^ ··' l.nMnnM 'in L_ Mncpn\li naflJA* · - . , docton-.'.-considered.. enough ' to .resume'- one r.. of -,his favorite hbbbys. " " " ' ' , . U. S/ Ko 1 4 01 3.5*; 8-14 ox 4.ZM-50; CdoVVouAd r«di S',4 In mln U. S, No J 1.42-Z.M; r.en' r^titoei 0 Jb 5rVi Flnrida roar.d'reds U.-S. KB 1 alie'A rrfoilly 4.00. CHFCAGO BUTTER AND EfiGS. Bull«r. »eidr: rerelpti -7II.87S; whale-' tile bvyixf print t nr.rhingedi S3 icoce AA 57.5: 92 A ' 5 7 J | ' » B «.73; 89 C il75i ears M B 37J5; U C U.S.'. ·' -. · . ; - F.ggt firm; ree*ipfi 1.649; wTrOlenk huy- injf priced 1W to 3 hljherj* lf.''R. Urft whHti 60-69.9 fte rent A' Sli. mixed M i irfedlrar M.S; U, S, *iandArdi 50.3; dlrtiei 4»; eJwcki J9; current receipt! 4i, ;$145 1951 Plymouth Special Deluxe -J-Door. N i c e ! y eriuipped. Dark grey. ' NEW TORK DRESSFD MEAT "Movement of aU classes geaerajly ik.w but full ckatarK*-- En "view except in? lamb: price* untlungtd oa bulk rt frcih tr.eal*; how^v^r, *omc eaitnesi notert on v*»] jradlrt chalcc and below "»nd commercial -row careaf»x".Ta.Etiej olf about l.OQ; lamb ir.oil.jr on ·* -"peddlinj 'ba primr" K r r r VK rarea'ues CCO-7M 0«0^-«W; 7W-M4 Ibs M,1»-3I,W; ebolce MO-7H) Ibi M.OO-M.M; " 7^-SOt Ibl, K.OOJ3.M: prime vea] M-IIO , Ibi 43 00-43.00; choice 3«,gW3.00;". rho,e« and prlrae; Tamb raiiei ur.der 55 Ibs 34*0-37.00; ffOOd KclfhU 23.W-M.CW.' '· r- , - . . '- . ^ tion caused moslly by a govern-. rneriV' estimate · Jhat" 1956 .' winter whca't production, may:. be. about '4 per 'cent larger than, the 19S5 crop. Corn also, was 'depressed. by. a government estimate that the 19S6 spring pig crop majr be 2. per 'cent lower than this "year's big'.crcp. · ': Use Our Low Cpst ' JFinance Plan' ; EDWARDS: . ;CHEVRQLET;CO; USED CAR : LOT 13lO Eighth 'Avenue ' Phone 7i5 ' . ' 4 3 D E N V F R IrV'ESTOCK . ' . . . . 90; ' all c!aas«f nominaT: cah-ej ' " ' . . . Hoff 2Wr. few CUU steady. (· . . . ial] loti -barrowa and lower; atnaU Iota bar* -s and gilU 1K-249 Ibi* aradinjr \*rft- ly V. S. 1, 3 JO.M-ll.50; few wwj M.tiif Iteady- *( 7.14-8.00 for 4CO-UO \tf. · · . Sheep'MO; Itrftly nomiaali 1 ' ilaughlfr I a m b i io!d In Une wL41i Wednesday'* ihirp advance. *t 1IM for 103 Ib wr.jhtj; jmaEI p a c K a x e laTfClr sood 18.23. .. ' · . OMAHA LIVESTOCK " ^ " Cattle 3500;-calvei 50; markft active; i!iuc*'cr ftfeen and hel/eri, xtnnx lo or mote hlitur; cowi JuUy tietAj^.^ trt tjuchaniedi J kiadj Mgh.choice fe low prime J07S-1230 lh'«fecrs 21.S6; clher choice NEW YORK Hi -- The slock m a r k e t ' advanced. Thursday,· its second consecutive rise, with (he aircraft! dominating the buying picture.- · . . Gains went lo around 3. points at lhe!besfwhlle. losses were small a n d ' s c a ' l U r e d . ' . ' - · ' · · · ' ; .- , ' · ' . Business was good and came to an estimated 4,700,000 shares, as compared-'with "2,540,000 shares Wednesday.' - . . " · , . ' . - . ' . Aircrafls continue to bask in the rewarding rays of defense-spending. - , ; - '- --,:·· ,. ·_ L.OC.01 (Cerraeftd t« f'te. M) Am* Tniitn 44 ».00; 'good and choice''rrfHers': utUilr ,and eonm«rcta1 ' cows ' 9.25-JI.M; eanaers smJ cutlers'a.w-a.a. . 'V.. r Hogs tMOi maiket fairly »ctire:. sTow; butchtra aiul sows steady t» strong; most raised lots U. S. 1. 3 and 3 butchers 1W-MO Ibl 1.75-11.12; sows 279-M lo IJO- 9.25. ' ' '; « -. '· " " - ' ","· ' 'Stt««p IMC; werttij and sbom stat)ght«r Iambi stesdr ^ sfrorTg; 'not enoadi ether -|«s "to cslabllsli market* choice, and Irae.H aExlVlOO 11 :- wooled slauxl)l«r ..mbs ««;' Itr taoi 10 cbo!t« 16.S4- 17.»; 1 lordl c*wl« SIMS prime BS. sM !^00 ' Ib shorn Iambs with No 1 P«1U Whe^t'.-bu; -^ OaU, cwt. . Barley ^ ^ Tinio beans', cv BuUcrfa_l* -·.-- Eggi in trade,A A Urge! ; _$1.M _»5.25 . has often been .claimed (hat Muggins knew what a critter would dp long-be/ore the criller"knew himself, to .demonstrate Muggins' superiority over other' coH'^xrajes, cowboys .would take the bridle off Muggins and let him cut'''out his own steer, usually with' a few b'ucks resting oh the outcome. More than one'cownbke went away from the contest lighter in pocket but much \viscr.' - . ' '"·; · . . " · ' · · "Gillespie said M u g g i n s ' w a s born about 1800 and; a* » colt was among'a biin'bh of, horses trailed into "Wyoming. fro hi' Oregon. ' '.'At, Hat.; Creek, norlh of Lusk, Ihe'trail-herd was' sold to the Bar T spread which turned the hories out to..pasture a ( nrt.to.p'ut on.some age. "A-year later! ^ Bar T gathered up .iheir S-year-olds. and headed . f o r ' Denver, \ th'en,'"the ; major horse market i.o; theVarei/'- "Muggins ' never made the sale ring. A t ' Chugwaler'-.(he-famous Swan Land and'Catll^,Co. 1 , bought the buncl, .and lUiiggins* 'Wyoming cow pony career was - b/ficiaily launched. . · . , ' ,.^' - Wh».Firr R»d. Mue«lnt / -."At.'this. point, · R discrepancy arises'as to .who first rode Muggins. .Gilrespie : claims; v a 'bronc busier named Wils Wcgiernse was the lirst to ride Muggins, Charley Camp,' a n - e a r l y day motion -picture producer and the last owner of Muggins, said It was the famous Tom Horn. Regardless of-who had first, saddle honors, Muggins loon was considered the best pony in Swan's cavvy. He' r .was ,so good that Sam Moore (son of a Greeley pioneer), exercising his right as ramrod-b£ the 'outfit, took Muggins, as hiVperso'nal h6.rse.' ' . ,..,_--.. ---jf R«C«lv««'.Cir«i . In' addition to the.patalings -each* of Ihe guests Thursday al'lhe,re- ception- in the East Room of the White'" Hous«.". received' a .ccard reading: ' · ' ·· . '·- · · - · '·. '··.'. -:'.·'.'·'. ' '[The'Presidenl and Mrs. EiBeri- hower extend'their hest.wishes for Christmas and the New Year.'f.. - , , The President did not attempt Ihe usual hand shaking' with 'each of hlj gurstj but-wandered around I h e ' E a s t : Room chatting, with Ihem.aiid wlihihg'theni his greetings, m person. '·· · ·· .'.. Meanwhile,: Presidenlial: Secret a r y ' J a m e s .C.-Hagerty s a i d ' h e h a d - n o information at all on any travel plans by the,Prc«ident. Eisenhower 1 / .'doctor's ^haye;.. prej- scfibed a 'posi-.Cnrislmas trip" lo a warmer climate for further con- valescnce. Augusta,. Ga'. has been mentioned" most.' frequenlly, but other, cities, h a v e - n o t beeri,ru|ed out;.. . · .· . · · · - . - - . . . · .. y.\yhlch grandpa h'ail iVig'c. «Hm5 to' make a. strictly pne.-larnily'-:sliow.:is .just.;the.-last in'^-lqng list o[.brcal!s.;with .thi .-Henry 1. star 11951'bii'slnessmeri-o his . day by. .offering -\o -pay .hi wprkers .45; a: day; -But .he v al stubbornly, resisted unionization; o his. plants ;a"Bi\ong. a's = be · could.",^ -"' IHis^.granuson . Blnttled.:today cider gcnoratlon . of. IndiisCrlal c eculiyes ' by:.-becoming.,the .' fir hea'd^'of a corporate, giant- t o ' t a k prejimlhary. steps, toward 1 a .gua' Eldar. Ford^coff.d'.f Publicity .The. first; Tord.scoffe'd at piib licity..-Ho -made,the Tin Lizzy.'a cheap.. : as.-possible . a n d ' s a j d . tha the jokes'about, it: would sell th car. At'a'ny rale", the cars did.sell. '. The - present ^mnnage'monl uses every, trick of Tho trade to ballyhoo its-models,.. ; : .;' ; . . - . '.Henry, I preferred' his', cars, to slay ,'a'dignified black. Henry 11 has borrowed .'every color of the rainbow and made up a few more on his own.; . ' ' , , ' ' . - - . " V f V . · Kaw,Busirt«i» Man»fltm«n( ··: . But i t ' w a s in the field, of business management lhat the ypung- sler made the biggest-break, with the prccepli of his grandfajKbr.'; . '-The founder ran a onc-hian show,' c ^ LONDON ·--, - Moscow Ra aid .Thursdayilhaj. Norlh Koreatf 1 -'.. remlcr · Klrt\ ill j sling -.and : Eft'^t . ci'mah Premier. 'Otto 'O^otewoifl' ·': avo'· called- jointly.-- lor.-^ah-' Inter-' V": ol " ' Amcric an ; troops V from : South ·'_. ; ; Kore'a and West Germ »ny : .--^ ; - / : ;«rt.v g'-: ; ' ' ' . ' ' - * , . i .. Ration left ; .Noffh' Korea for home - · '' · · · · - " . Wcdpesday'-'nlght. ' " CHEYENNE, - W}'0,; «1 -- ' On§ bill,' passefjj.by' fhe. Wyoming .ItjgV islalure','.wasn't backed by,the,'ruV, ief;band'lnt(iros(s. . ' " ' ' -' 'The bill 'merely .delcled .Trial Spin of a small rubber.band. SPHINGFIELI), Mo. (1 -- On U» "/ "things to dp", list of Ihe'Spring-i ' field, Mo., police department-je% :''. cenlly was Ihe task, of .running; down (he fellow.who.look:a used- car out for a trial spin. V · . ' * A year later, he apparently wai' ttlll lesting. . ' . - ; . · · : i. -.; -'.-:· Finisd Bui ijoi ; Off Very:Easy i 115 llth Sk, Used Car Lot - ' TRAILERS for rent, modersl rates. 101 S nth ATt-'ta. MWx -.:-i, '., ' 190. I« FT. Trail!!He "boTM (rslfcr. Muit H fonediMr: Fs. 74 from -· Ift.lc- S, Mom. tlmi FrI. ..T."i--. -, .-' Egj-ptians,'first architects tt. : work with, stone,.began; usirrg the material for biiildirig'about T750 B. C. '· '·· '. ' ' , - . - . .· CHICAGO UVESTOCK : r ; V . . - - . - ·. v. . Heg receipts wer*Mi«bur than «xp«cl«d TtuiTftoy and Ui nlarkei wai raoderatelr active.'but -QAeTfO.; BtrUr^ra · tiaofr ,230 pouflds"were barely .t«»dr but''velgftta over 230 pounds were steady, to strong. £ows also ,wer« steady.to strong.-- :.' · Most mixed grsdts O..S. No 1 lo in lo 2U pounds · brcugr.t I1C.75 to S11J9. A fe« InMrri kead soM «t I lop of 111.71. MeW.aewa-welllilwW - -- ' --«· . , . A' large.';. '· "... AA nieIium ~----' A.medium '· A small : 39c B grade : '--^--' '~ ' C grade and cracVs ' Colored hens '' ' ' * ' - ' . ' Leghorn hens and Hyltaesl '.': Ibs^ and 'over '~ _32c Leghorn hens/and Hylin«, '4'4 ;.-|h«.Yflnrt imiVr s * - '· ' ' - ' M . Colored fryers '' - . Piiliets, 4 Iba.' anrT oyer_ Diicksv T ~ ' ; ' - - -^-'-'"-'-"' Turkey h«ns Turkey tomi "" hwt 1 !**"!^ ·»·· '«« msM? ·*«*· T V rI !*S' mi ,.--: .'.·"'' ''"', '.''*'* b"' 1 ' '.-''Camp "After' Moore's ^.death in':?11, Mrs! .Moore gave the horse .to Camp, who was then living In Greeley. When Camp moved (o Hollywood, Muggins went along and was luxuriously..^stalled at the Los Union Slock Yards -- wheie he died" at the age of 38, Sept,. 13, 19M.'·./:····· - : .'-.: . "Muggins receiver;, a typical Hollywood funeral. The e^ent was covered by -press^ and 'radio and pas"· attended,- by- » number of Hollywood notables. .Eulogies, fell like coins in a wishing' w^ll. / '·· "Mujguis was --'buried- in front of the stockyard's adniinislrsjjion building' and his head,,' mounted year-old 'California.-woman driver paid a fine for speeding and (.till thinks she got off easy; . ' 'After.paying her fine to Justice of the Pe'ace R. Perry Bean, she asked: "Is this"case closed n_ow -I mean'nothing can .change" your verdict?? ' . · . - . ' , " · " ' - . · ' ' ' Bean assured her it was closed. "Well, in that .case," the woman said with a''grin;.'i just want,you lo know that lhe"offtcer."who arrested me was wrong. ' "I wasn't doing. 80 ,miles an hour. J ^ w a s 'doing 90, 1 ' , , Fiftli Graders iJse Walkie Talkk To V Plague teacher ·-''.-; 'PlJEBLO,.Colo. UB -- A.PueW.o fifth grader hss enlisted an electronic ally in Ihe classroom .'war with fe'achers. ;" . .'/ Mrs; Elizabeth Kellev, wasn't too surprised O.Vednesday when ihe caught Manuel talking -- 'thai.'* against the.rules,-- !n" her. second floor classroom.' But if,wa« some- thing'of si' shock' If, learn he" was talking.with a frleiid'who was out- ii'de.on'lhe' playground.' '· : - . '. 'The two boy« were c6mmumcalt ing by" means of'»". toy' "wattle talkie."-::. : '.:'. - ' . - - ; ' . - · - .. THERE'S STILL TIME TO GIVE YOUK GET UP AND GO W I T H OUR Citrus-Exports. .. ." CASBI.ANCA .-- French -Morocco's citrus exports reached a record high of.4,031,000:boxM.in the 1954- Si export season','a 26 per cent In- creaM over Ihe previous year's exports, · . . . , . 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