MOB., April 23,1Â»73 GKEELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 35 Ctri tnt Truckt lÂ«7 Â«ROÂ«CO, I cylliKrtr, ] tpm, Â«. ctlltnt condition. Call 393.1745 afler 5 p.m. 1959 IMPALA 4 door, No. 10 slicker. 1150. 354 3522. C*rt and Trucks CÂ»rt twl Trucks Curs aiNl Truck* WE STILL ipfclÂ«ll:t lii Mtomillc irm- unliiloi rtpilrt. Btrritr Aulo Sain, llStlh AVI. Traitors iiulCiinpcri 5J 1971 OPEL GT. BMI ofltr. Low mileage. Call ]53.775. GOOD 19A1 Ford pickup, long wide box. Â»335. Ph. 1971 DODGE D.JOC Van. Power steering, factory air. 27,000 miles. Excellent condition. Call 715-2543 after 6 p.m. HI PERFORMANCE 219 4 speed '63 Falrlane sporls coupe. Lois of extras. Priced to sell. 294-7942, '73 FORD VA Ton Pickup. Automatic, lull - power, atr, box never used. Delivered In March. 1.400 miles. Overseas job lorces sale. Price $4,500. 3M.!Â«5. 1964 PORSCHEC coupe, sunroof, perilll, bra, sharp. 352-0268 6 p.m. EXCEPTIONAL 1912 Olds. Low mileage. SMS. 5BI-2422. '67 PONTIAC Firebird. Good milease, new llres, 3!Â« engine. 353 Â«40 afler 6. '45 PLYMOUTH Fury 313. 356-0131. 714 17lh St. 1971 350 AUTOMATIC Chev pickup. Heavy duty Camper special. Excellent con- dilion. Call 352-0202 or 352.2279. '69 INTERNATIONAL Vj Ion 6x8 ft. bed. Take over payments. '49 Willys 4x4 pickup, make offer. 284.5333. 1970 FORD Cargo Van. Carpel, drapes, nawgahyde cushions, stereo AM/FM radio. A - l shape. $2200. 352-6079 evenings... We Buy Used Volkswagens Call Bill Emslie at Bob Markley VW . 353-3311 . '63 IHC Truck Tractor 220Gas5spd./3spd. '68 Chevelle Malibu 4 Dr. V8 Automatic WINOGRAD'S 431 Fifth Street FOR EVERY VOW) SOLD IN ITALY 6FIATSARE SOLD IN SWEDEN. '70 CADILLAC El Dorado, blue, black vinyl top, leather interior. Premium tires. Loaded. Excellent condition. This car is priced lo sell. No reasonable offer refused. 352-5667 for appointment lo see at 2522 Sunset Lane. '67 CHRYSLER 300. Power sleering, power brakes, air conditioning. Excellent condition. 353 4475. BUICK, full power, air. Aetna Estates Mobile Home, Evans, 104. 1961 FORD Van. .See at Onoralo TV, Mllliken, Colo. '66 FORD wagon, 9 passenger -- 356-3922, 224 N. 25th Ave. PICKUP, '61 CMC, LWB, excellent mechanical condition, (385. 356-5851 or 352-9037. 1962 CHEV. Impala 2 door hard lop. 327 V-8 engine. 3537119. HEAVY duty '-? ion international 1955. Recently overhauled. 353-6606 after 5. 1966 BRONCO, full top, new M and S tires, hubs, 36,000 actual miles. S2000 or best Offer. 785-2352. FOR SALE '62 Cadillac and '64 Corvair. Reasonable. 353-6033. FOR SALE '68 ford Galaxic 500. Extra clean, excellent condition. Call 454-2762 afler 5 p.m. '68 CORVETTE. 2 lops. Custom paint job, 427 4 Speed. 686-264B. S2600 firm. NEED A CAR? SHORT ON CASH? Call 352-4358 ask for Tom ' '39 CHEV. Master deluxe 2 door town sedan. 356-10B6 alter 5. GOOD little 1955 Chev. pickup, S235. 588.542!. FOR SALE '64 Ford Galaxie 500 $225. 353-0244 after 6 IMS INTERNATIONAL 1 ton I and 2 speed, 16 It. beet box, hoist, corn boards. Excellent condition. 353-7910. GOOD running 196* Chev. S135. FIAT The biggest selling car in Europe. McArthur Olds-Cadillac 508 8th Avenue ' CARS CARS CARS Looking for a dependable car and don't have the cash, credit or down payment? Call Rick 352-7246. You name it and I'll take it, whether it be car, truck, boat, trailer, TV or furniture. It could be the down payment you've been looking for. 1968 CONVERTIBLE Corvette, new paint, new tires, 15 miles to the gallon, 12,400. 686-5152. party line. '66 MUSTANG GT convertible. V-l, 4 speed, good condition. Evenings, 353- 4B96. 1969 CHEV. station wagon.. Low mileage. Good condition. 352-7285. 1946 WILLYS Jeep, fiberglass topi carrier rack, front end winch, see lo appreciate. 356-2610. . . ANNOUNCING YOUR 4 WHEEL DRIVE HEADQUARTERS JEEP BENDER AUTO SALES 125 8th Ave. Ph. 352-4358 SPRING ECOLOGY SPECIALS THEN GET THIS 73 Volkswagens are "Still Guaranteed 24 Months or. 24,000 Miles" European 10 Speed Racing Type Bicycle -- a $125.00 retail value DON'T, buy ftfs '7J Montt Cwlo btcww it hn tvtrymirw on It. Alw no rMionabli offer rtfuMd. Set Â«l 132? lOlh Avt. or 392-H44. No trade*. 19A9 COUGAR, 2 door hardtop, aulomillc Irans., power steering, power disc brakes, vinyl roof, small V-8. Excellent condition. Muslsell. See al 2505 Hlh Ave. Ct. after 6:00 p.m. '57 CHEV. PMtl, VI, 4 speed. Runs .fine. MOO. 333 WU. 1961 M E R C U R Y wagon. Power, air conditioning, price reduced. 3534565 after 6. 'Â« CHEV. VÂ« Ion pickup. Long, wide box with camper shell. AK-7177. 1*70 DODGE Charger, good condition. 4862*42, after 3:30. MITCHELL thassU camper, monomalic toilet, instamatlc hot water heater. Hydro-frame furnace, double sink, 3 burner Magic Chef stgve and oven, 3 way lighting system, '63 Chev. a* 4 speed, 3,700 actual miles, 10x16.5 front, 12x14.5 rear; air lifts, heavy duly springs, overloads, 7 Laiiery protector hookup. This unit babied by original owner, $3,BOO firm. 352-75S9 Mel Timken. 1Â»M VW Squareback. Excellent condition. $195. 356-5851 or 352-9037. '71 DODGE Demon 340 4 speed, new radial5, clutch, S2.000 or offer. 356-3803 afler 6 p.m. '69 CAMARO Z28. Lots Of goodies. 51,250. 353-8731. 1971 MAVERICK Grabber. Real clean. 33,000 miles. Good gas mileage. Reasonably priced. 737-2100 evenings. 1971 FORD LTD. 4 Door. Vinyl top, 390, automatic, power steering, power brakes, air conditioned, radial tires, real bargain. 737-2177. MUST sell last -- 17 ft. lent top camper trailer. Make oiler, ux n,a Ave. 353. Franchised Dealer TERRY, MONITOR, YELLOWSTONE, CARDINAL Sales and Rentals D R TRAILERS 422 llth Ave. 352-3718 or 352-5288 1951 FORD. All new inlerior. Just rebuilt engine. 356-5663. FOR SALE -- '69 Rambler Rogue. 390, HIrsh 4 speed. 30,000 miles. 3S6-SB63. 1971 FORD Torino GT, 2 door, sport roof, 351 .4. barrel, V-B, console mounted automatic, bucket sea Is, power steering, power disc brakes, very low mileage, one'owner. After 5:30 p.m. 356-26S3. FOR SALE - 197? Ford. Bronco with Explorer package plus extras. 352-3945. GOOD '59 Chevrolet 9 passenger wagon. 1295. 352 8991, or see at Western Mobile Homes. I960 FORD Ranger pickup. 360 engine, 4 speed. 353-9622. 1972 FORD Explorer. Automatic transmission, low mileage. Call 352-0461. GOOD 1950 V* Ion Chevrolet, 4 speed, new upholstery. S225. Can be seen al 3213 12th Street Road after 5 p.m. 1971 FORD Torino station wagon. Air conditioning, power steering. One ' owner. 20,000 miles. Need money for college. 353-6390 after 4 p.m. 1967 MERCURY wagon, 9 passenger. Air conditioning, power brakes, power steering, automatic. Very good condition. 353-8265. Auto Strvice and Supplies 52 MASTER BANK- CHARGE AMERTCARD JJ RADIATOR SALES CAR-TRTJCK-INDUSTRIAL AH Parts 1 yr. Warranty locally serviced Cash Discount Sales Office -- 356-5639 Trailers and Campers 53 1971 ARISOCRAT, IB'A ft. Like new, fully self contained. 857-2391, Ft. Lupton. 1973 WINNEBAGO MOTOR HOMES 18' with air, $7900.; 19(4' Minnie-Winnie, with air, $8400.; 22' with air, $11,700.; 10% down, 7 yr. finance. K C MOTOR CO.. SALES RENTALS 1244 Main St.. Longmont 1-776-1309 or 1-776-8646 r -1967 13Vi FT. Gold Star camp trailer. 3329 5th AVC. 353-3934. 1970 RED DALE B tl. pickup camper. 3 burner stove, ice box, furnace. Just like new. Phone 353-7605 alter 5:30 p.m. 1971 BRONCO. Dark green, automatic, low mileage, sports kit. 1-413-4342, Wiggins. FOR SALE -- 1963 4 speed CMC, Coastline Cab over camper. 31,000 actual miles. Extras: Carpeting, awning, jacks, mattress, electric'water pump, new battery. Call afternoons, 3526286. FOR SALE -- 1966 Chevy II. 2 door, 283, automatic transmission, air, S500. 3535762. '67 FORD Falrlane -- V-8, automatic, very clean. New tires, excellent condition. Call Bob afler 3, 356-2665. r 1970 DART, slant 6 engine, standard transmission. Low mileage. S1J95. 356. 0546. '61 MERCEDES 220SE, fuel in|., new engine, under guarantee, leather, mahogany, 1131)0. Mike 831-2380, 352. 6030. KONOMY ! HAMPERS 90 MODELS irWinnebago I *Aljo I * Trailer Hitches * Dune Buggies ft Tent Trailer Rentals 4 Storage . I irRupp Mini Cycles t Camper and Trailer , Economy Body Shop | No. of Kamada Inn 352-6628 NOW IN EVANS! Red Dale Great Divide Roadrunner CAMPERS TRAVEL TRAILERS 5th WHEELERS MINI-HOMES MAXIS 10% Down 5 yr. Financing 3106 State Street Evans, Colo. CLEAN 1964 Chrysler Newport 4 door. Power steering. Air conditioning. 353- 70B1, ALFA Romeo Spider 1971, 7000 miles, canary yellow with black lop, like new condition, 356-1120. FOR SALE -- '72 Mustang Grande, 351 c, V-B, power steering and brakes, factory . gauges, AM/FM stereo radio. 356-2294 evenings and Sunday, or 352-9761 days. Ask for Randy. 1972 MOTOR HOME 2300 miles. Completely self-contained. Stereo tape player. Shower and stool. Double sink. Battery - gas -110 volt service power. CHAMPION 20 FOOT -- Sleeps 8. $7495 with financing available HIGHWAY AUTO SALES 1002 8th Avenue Market seesaws through week By DAVID BURKE AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) -- The stock market seesawed this past week, down two days and up two days, as investor concern over inflation was balanced by strong corporate earnings reports. The market was lower on Monday and Tuesday but then rebounded the last two days of the holiday-shortened week to close with little change. Blue chips were higher, with the Dow Jones average of 30 industrials rising 3.84 points to 963.20 on the week. But most other market indices were off. Brokers observed that many investors stayed on the sidelines during the week, and volume was a sluggish 52,fi2 million shares for the four-day week, compared with 76.17 million for the previous week. The Associated Press 60-stock average fell .4 to 313.8, while Standard-Poor's 500 stock index rose .49 to 112.17. The Big Board index of more than 1,400 common stocks dropped .06 to 59.59, while the American Stock Exchange index fell .11 to 24.07. The NASDAQ over-the-counter composite index closed down 1.44 at 114.15. Of 1,955 stocks traded on the Big Board, 754 advanced and 973 declined. Of the 20 most actively traded Big Board issues, nine advanced and 11 declined. Volume leader was International Telephone, which fell 6'/Â« to 35%. The Internal Revenue Service is reconsidering its ruling allowing a lax-free takeover by ITT of Hartford Fire Insurance Co., ITT said. American Telephone, second most active, rose % lo 53%. The company reported higher earnings, Third most active was Fleet- wood Enterprises, off % to 10'/2, followed by Kresge, up 'A to 37V 4 , and Coastal States Gas, up I'/s to 18'/ 8 . . Oils were strong, following President Nixon's energy statement Wednesday. Exxon rose 2M. to 100%; Texaco rose 1% to 41'/4, and Gulf gained Vs to 25%. On the American Stock Exchange, of the 20 most actives, eight advanced, three were unchanged and nine declined. The five most actives were: Champion Home Builders, off Vs to 6'A; Banister Continental when issued, up % to 23; McCrory warrants new, unchanged at lO'/s; Teleprompter, up 2% at 24'/4, and Universal Resources, up 2 5 /a to 10%. KKESH F R U I T When storing fresh fruit, poke a few small holes in the plastic bag you refrigerate it in. to provide ventilation and let out some of the moisture which accumulates. Local Interest Stocks Monday, April 2:! Bid Asked Aff. Bank Shares 40'/i 41 Bayly Mfg. 12/ 2 13'/.i CNB 23 23-1:, Geriatrics a 3 ,:, DM. Hewlett-Packard 83',i 83% Home Light, Pwr. 27'/i 29 MonfortofColo. 7% 7'/ 2 Skaggs 24% 25 United Banks 29% 30/i Vipont Chemical O'/, 7 Vipont Mining 1VÂ» I'/j WoodmoorCorp. 10 lOlii Local Market Monday, April 23 Barley 3.10 Oats (38lbor heller) 2.90 Corn 2.B5 Feed wheat 2.85 Milling whcal ,1.52 Milo 2.85 New crop pinto beans 7.50 United Bonks Inc. show 28 per cent gain per share United Banks of Colorado Inc., has reported income before securities gains and losses of $2,150,000 for the first Â· Ihreemonthsofl973;or$.69per share as compared to $.54 per share in 1972. This was an increase of 28 per cent. The 1972 figures were restated to reflect the acquisitions of the United Bank of Longmont and the United Bank of Montrose, which were accounted for under the pooling method of accounting. Net income was $2,155,000 in 1973. This is an increase of $505,000over the same period in 1972. Earnings per share were $.69comparedto$.61 (restated) in 1972. This was an increase of 13 per cent. Total operating income was up to $19,615,000 as compared to $14,879,000; operating expense increased to $16,529,000 compared to $12,998,000. Assets of United Banks of Colorado increased to $1,100,000,000 from $888,100,000. This was an increase of 24 per cent. Total deposits increased 127,603,000 or 17 per cent from $739,810,000 on March 31, 1972, to $867,413,000 on March 31, 1973. During the same period loans increased 30 per cent from $516,742,000 to $674,022,000. Stockholders' equity increased from $48,293,000 to $61,029,000. On a per share basis this represents an increase of 14 per cent per share from $18.16 to $20.63. There were 2,659,955 shares outstanding at the end of March in 1972 and 2,958,442 shares outstanding at the end of March in 1973. United. Banks of Colorado Inc., has received Federal Reserve Board approval to acquire the National Bank of Delta and the acquisition is scheduled to be completed in August. In addition, a letter of intent has been signed by the principal stockholders of the Broomfield Bank to exchange Â· their stock for common stock of United Banks of Colorado Inc. The proposed acquisition is subject to the approval of the Federal Reserve Board. In March, five individuals, acting in behalf of United Banks of Colorado, Inc., were the successful bidders for certain assets and the deposit liabilities of Skyline National Bank in Denver, which had been ordered closed by the comptroller of the currency. Consequently, a new charter was granted and the new bank was opened on April 2, 1973. Acquisition of the bank by United Banks of Colorado Inc., is subject to Federal Reserve Board approval. Affiliates of United Banks of Colorado Inc., are United Bank of Aurora, United Bank of Boulder, United Bank of Colorado Springs, United Bank of Denver, United Bank of Fort Collins, Mesa United Bank of Grand Junction, United Bank of Greeley, United Bank of Lakewood, United Bank of Littleton, United Bank of Longmont, United Bank of Montrose, United Bank of Pueblo, United Banks Service Company, and United Mortgage Co. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) -- The stock market, evidently preoccupied with the inflationary economic picture, dropped back steadily today in listless trading. The 2 p.m. Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was down 5.57 to 957.G3. Declining issues opened up an 804-59-535 advantage over those advancing on the New York Stock Exchange. Analysts said investors were sticking with their guarded posture of the past several weeks, apparently concerned by both the sharp rise in living costs during March and some economists' warnings that the rapid economic expansion of the past three months might overheat. Salant Corp., men's clothing manufacturer, was the Big Board's most-active issue, up '/Â» at 8%. Blocks of 61,800 and 45,000 shares of the stock were traded at 8'A. Only two other transactions of 20,000 shares or more were reported for the first three hours of Big Board trading, indicating very light activity by institutional investors. A few issues gained on the strength of favorable quarterly earnings reports. Ameradn Hess, whicli said its quarterly net climbed lo $1 per share from n restated 80 cents, advanced l'/i lo 37. 3 Greeley men re-elected by ABC Inc. Last year was reported as a most successful year for Affiliated Banksharcs of Colorado Inc., at Ihe annual stockholders meeting held in Boulder April 18. Addressing the meeting was President, Thomas S. Moon. Nearly 200 stockholders were in attendance. Moon announced ABC's earnings for Ihe first quarter of 1973. Income before securities Iransactions for the first Ihree months of 1973 was $1,200,571 or 65 cenls per share compared with $1,141,726 or 62 cenls per share for the same period in 1972. Haskins and Sells were approved by the stockholders as Â·auditors for 1973. He-elected to the board of directors of ABC were: William D. Farr, chairman of the board; Kussell T. Tult, c h a i r m a n of the executive committee; Thomas S. Moon, president; Paul N. Dawson, executive vice president; Leo Hill, Vice president; Dale R. Hinman, vice presidenl; Paul L. Rice, vice president: Kichard K. S c h u m a n n , secretary; John B. Bunker, Joseph P. Roetzel, Harold H. Short, Howard E. S m i t h , William Thayer Tutt, Joel A. H. Webb, Richard J. Walen and Clare W. While. Markets Denver Livestock DENVER (AP) Barrows and gilts, steady; U.S. 530 IbS., 536.00; 2-4, 340-260, 35.00-35.50. SOWS Stead/; 1-3, 330-600, 29.00-31.00. Brush Hogs" BRUSH, Colo. (AP) -- Hogs Monday 1,200. Barrows and gilts, 25 cents to 50 tents higher, U.S. 1-2, 200 230 Ibs. J35.75 36.25; 2-3, 200-250, 34.75-35.75; 2-4, 250 280, 33.75-34.75. Sows steady to 50 cents higher; 1-3, 300 600, 29.00-31.00. OMAHA, Neb. (AP) -- (USDA) -- Livestock quotations Monday: Hogs: 7,000; barrows and gilts strong to 25 higher; some sales over 240 Ib" instances 50 higher; around 05 head 1-2 200220 Ib 36.50; 1-3 195-260 Ib 36.7536.25; 2-3 260270 35.2535.75; 2 3 270300 Ib 33.253525; 300-330 Ib 32.50-33.50. Sows steady to mostly 25 higher; some sales over 500 Ib instances W higher; 325-650 ih 30.75-32.50. Cattle and calves: 5,000; steers and heifers steady; cows generally steady; feeders steady to strong; a load hiqh;choice and prime 1,211 Ib steers 47.00; several loads same grade 1,125 1,725 Ib 46.25-46.50; choke 975-1,275 Ib 44.7546.00; good and low-rhoicedl.50-44.75; twp loads high choice and prime 975-1,025 ib heifers 45.50 45.75; three loads same grade 950-1,000 Ib 45.25-45.35; choice 8501.050 Ib 43.50-45.00; good and low-choice Â·ffl.00-43.75; utility and commercial cows 32.50 34.50; a few utility dalrybreds 34.75 35.50; canner-cutter 29.00-32.50; Iwo loads choice 605 Ib feeder steers 57.00; few loads choice 950-1,000 Ib 45.00 46.00. Sheep: 500; slaughter lambs steady to weak; ewes fully steaey; mostly choice wooled lambs 33.50-34.00; cull, utility and good shorn ewes 8.00-12.50. Estimated receipts Tuesday: Cattle and calves 5,000; hogs 5,000; sheep 500. KANSAS CITY (AP) --Cattle 1,500; steers and heifers 50 to fully l.OO lower; cows mostly steady; steers mostly choice 44.00-45.00; high choice and prime yearl inqs 45.50; mixed good and choice 43.0044.00; mostly good 40.00-43.00; heifers mostly choice 43.00.44.00; high choice and prime 44.25 44.50; mixed good and choice 42.00-43.00; good 38.00-42.00; cows high cutter, utility and commercial unevenly 32.00-36.00; feeders scarce, most intended for Tuesday auction, choice 735-900 Ib fee dcr steers 47.00-49.00. Hogs 4,000; barrows and gilts opening steady lo strong; 1 2 210230 Ib 36.25; 1-3 200-255 Ib 35.50-3S 00; sows active, 50 1.00 higher; 1-3 300-360 Ib 32.00-50; 360-500 Ib 31.50 32.00; 2 3 J50-600 Ib 32.50-33.00. Sheep 200; lambs and ewes steady to SO lower; spring lambs choice and prime 35.50-36.50; wooled lambs choice 34.00.50; ewes cull, utility and good wooled 11.0015.50; shorn 8.00-11.50. Estimates for Tuesday: cattle BOO; ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) --Cattle 1,500; steers and heifers steady to 50 lower; cows steady; feeders steady to strong; steers choice 44.2545.75; mixed good and choice 43.50-44.50; good 41.0043.50; heifers choice and prime 45.50; choice 43.50-44.50; high good and choice mixed steers and heifers 43.5044.50; cut ter and utility cows 31.00-36.00; choice fleshy feeder steers 875-1050 Ib 44.00 46.00, choice fleshy feeder heifers 800-925 Ib 43.0044.00. Hogs 5,000; barrows and gilts mostly 25 higher; 1-2 200-240 Ib 36.00-25; 1-3 190-260 Ib 35.M-36.00; 2-3 250-2/0 Ib 34.75-35.50; 2-4 270 290 Ib 34.00 75; 2 4 290 300 Ib 33.50; 3 4 310-350 Ib 32.50-75; sows strong to 1.00 higher; 1-3 290 600 Ih 31 50-32 25; 23 JOO- 500 Ib 31.00. Sheep 100; lambs steady to 25 lower, spots 50 lower; ewes steady; spring lambs choice, few prime 35.00-36.25; ewes cull to good 11.00-16.50. Estimates for Tuesday: cattle 1,200; hogs 4,500; sheep 300. BEANS DENVER (AP) General bids to growers 1972 crops: Pintos: U.S. No. 1, 7.50, No. 2, 7.00, FOB Denver rate basis. Great Northerns: U.S. No. 1, 14.00, No. 2, 13.70. TOB Nebraska rate basis. EGGS DENVER (AP)--Market steady but un settled. Demand fair to good, offerings adequate. Large AA 54-55; medium AA 50 51; small AA 35 36; large A 53-54; medium A 49 50; large B 32-33. POTATOES DENVER (AP)--Market stronger. Total U.S. rail shipments (three days) 213 56-0. Iruckins: Colorado 28, Idaho 3. Colorado round reds 7.25; 2'/j 3'/j inch 7.75 8.00; 50 Ib. sacks 2V 3 .3'/3 inch, 4.25 4.50; film bags 5 10 Ib. master container 4.00-4.75; U.S. No. 2, 3.50; 20 Ib. film bags utility, 1.201.30; russets 6 24 oz., 8.00 8.50; 10 oz. min imum 7.50; 50 Ib. cartons 80-100, 5.25-5.50, some 5.00; film bags 5-10 Ib. master container 4.00-4.50; 20 Ib. film bags utility 1.30; Idaho russets 10 oz. minimum 8.008.50; 50 Ib. cartons 80 100, 5.75 6.00; Ne braska 50 Ib. sacks round reds, 2Vj-3Vj inch, 3.50; new Florida 50 Ib. round reds, 5.50-6.00. Two salesmen for GW named to 300-500 Club Two salesmen al Garnsey and Wheeler Co., Ford dealership in Greeley, have been named members of Ford Division's exclusive 300-500 Club, an organization of top Ford salesmen. Membership in the club was gained through individual sates success during the 1972 calendar year. The Garnsey and Wheeler Co. salesmen are among 47 in the Denver sales district who received awards, which included a 22-year award for Harrison H. Hull and a membership for J. A. O'Malley. The presentations were made at a dinner recently at the Country Dinner Playhouse. A N I M A L LOVEUS OPPOSE CAIIFAKM PROJECT A special bill has been introduced in Congress by alarmed animal lovers to defeat a scheme lo breed cats in Venezuela and sell their skins in the United Stains. According to Ihe American a g r i c u l t u r a l a t t a c h e in Caracas, Ihc Vene/uelans look on the enterprise as legitimate business. The company estimates that if it bred 10,000 cats it could feed I hem by establishing an ndjacenl farm on which mice would be raised. The seeds of certain platnin or Indian wheat are sometimes used commercially ns n substitute for psytlium seed, n laxative. United Bank here to introduce new consumer release Consumer "13. a quarterly newsletter prepared by United Bank of Greeley is being introduced this month lo its retail customers. The focus of United Bank's newsletter is consumer-related information and each issue will feature a topic which will help United Bank customers in conducting their financial affairs. Consumer '73 is being mailed to all checking account customers of United Bank of Greeley. According lo Norman Dean, president, United Bank of Greeley, "We feel that our responsibility extends beyond offering bank services per se. Our efforts in developing Consumer '73 reflect our feeling of direct responsibility lo our customers." The first issue of Consumer '73 discusses the general topic of credit and sheds light on the nature of credit records and Ihe role of the credit bureau. Copies of Consumer'73 are available in the lobby of United Bank of Greeley or will be mailed on request. Chicago Grain Market CHICAGO (AP) -- A slrong demand and a scarcity of sellers lifted wheal futures 8 cenls a bushel on (he Chicago Board of Trade today. Corn fulures gained around 3'.^ cenls and oals were up 5 cenls. Soybeans old crop op- lions gained 8 cenls but new crop months were mixed. Soybean meal closed around $3.50 a Ion higher while soybean nil gained 10 poinls. At Ihc close, wheat was up some 8 cenls a bushel. May 2.47 : ',v, corn was up around 3' 2 cents, May l.lil'i; oals wore 5 cents higher. May 96 cenls and soybeans were up around 8 cents. May u'.SlKi. Closing Board of Trade Table CHICAGO (API-Monday: High LowClose WHEAT May 2.48'i 2.41 2.47 :1 .i Jul a.33'i 2.26'., 2.33'2 Sep 2.33 2.25 2.32'., Dec 2.34 2.26'., 2.34 Mar 2.33' i 2.29 2.33 :i i CORN May l.Ul'-n l.59 :1 4 1.61'a Jul 1.02'ii 1.59'.* l.fil'4 Sep i.uii'j 1.60 i.63'.i Dec l . G l ' i 1.58 :1 4 l . B l ' 4 Mar l.G4' 2 1.62 1 ; l.G4'-j May l.GG'M 1.63 1.6S OATS (old) May .96 .92 .96 Jul 1.00'L. .94 : '., .97 OATS ( n e w ) May .!)Â«' 2 .92 .92' 3 Jul 1.00 .95 .96 Sep .!)!)' L , .95 .99 SOYBEANS May (i.54 6.43'; 6.53 : ' 4 Jul 6.20 6.10'; li.19'2 Aug 5.92'2 5.85 5.91'2 Sep 4.98'2 4.93 4.97'; Nov 4.35 4.30 4.33 :l .i Jan 4.35'2 4.31'., 4.34"i Mar 4.3G 1 -.- 4.33'Â·_. 4.36 may 4.37',? 4.33', 4.36'., Cash Grain CHICAGO ( A P ) - Wlieal N 2 soft red 2.B(Hin; No 2 hard red 2.37n. Corn No 2 yellow 1.63',4ii. Oals No 2 extra heavy while 1.022ii. Soybeans No 1 yellow (i.GHn. No 2 yellow corn last Thursday, Ihe lasl trading session, sold nl 1.62'i. Eruption latest SAN FRANCISCO -Â· lessen Peak in northern California is Ihe most r e c e n t l y a e l i v e volcano in the 48 contiguous slates. It started erupting in 1914 nnd continued sporadically until 1921.
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