Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 30, 1955 · Page 11
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. »» ;USED: · W e . no w . ha ve «j s . a'; resu It of 'our Christmas business » very, gobil, selection of · ! u s e a furniture.' K a s . y . chairs, ,sof»s, -sofa b e d s , ' lounges) '".breakfast sets, occasional :t; a ; b 1 e s, and . rockers.'. 'All ' clean . and 'in good condition: Come in early for choice selection. ·' j.Ffffnifure.: Inc.' ,: St. Ph.. 1700 ·'.Used...Furniture . '~\ .-. Values . ). .Mahogany'china _' $79.50 'Matching/buffet ·_ $39.50 !*jVa]nut dropleaf table and /,' four chairs.- E x c e l - . j lent ______ $49.50,,, Eight piece solid walnut '··'-. Abernathy dining room H suite · ' - ' · -' $129.50 One mahogany step ' · -;:. table ' $10. One iiiahbgahy" coffee ' · · table _ : · : ' ' - . ' . . $10 One occasional chair _ $10 One metal twin size bed $8.95 ' Three twin size'springs, . , each '· ' ' $10 · O n e new mahogany twin, size bed. As is _ $24.50 FURNITURE 66; - 718 ioih St. '. ; Phone,715 "'Fix', Up-That-. Apartment .Now with These Bargains- Used livmgTrqom suites ' $12.50 and Up - IJsefl apartment size · "electric" ranges' , $20 and Urj Good used apartment size' gas ranges, some like new. $50-and'Up Used dropleaf table and §ix chairs. Lijce new. Large chrome'dinette table', f dur - chairs, . $69.95 Folding dinette table with *-~- four chairs. : - : '$34.95 . .Used »utorriatic washers. i Bendix.'.Westinghpuse, · . Ilo'rge'." · ·· ~ \ · , Plenty of Fre.e ' OPENi.EVENINGS : "?IL 8:30 FURNITURE CO. 3EOO S. Sth AT Muw.fi Fh. 4lj« 40 CM! W'«M| WASHINCTOM, E«il«..KooU O IT uil ·. k»»J. Sontb GmKl I *it r««. y» itih tt'n-.a*. n, Tnxk New ; car 'Buyers .who. are looking 'for a.real buy. ONE Ambassador V;8 4: Dr. : -p.OJ| mllas,'-fully equip'r v i. Save We,.«lso have available a good selection of-*- Brand New- 1955 Nash Statesman and Ambassadors at a tremendous saving. · WE NEED USilD ' ' CABS; COME IN TODAY - . 1109 8th, Ave.\, Ph. 3264 OPEN EVENIKGS:!Tf[/ J P.M. UwJ Cini Tndii .42 '49 Cadillac,2 Door. ;New -. 'tirW arid seat covers,: '49. Cadillac:'4 Door/New · -motor!- ' · ' . . ' ' " ' · · . '48 -Cadillac^ boor. Black .finish, '·;":' '../-/· ··'. . ..'· ·63' Ch'evroiet 4 Door'Sta- tion : . Wagon', conven'r . tio'nal shift. . ·';-].". ; ' ; '53 Chevrolet'fDoV'!5U- j . tioh WigonV .Power- · ; Glide. .' ? «-:^.:(v '53 Dodge' 4 Dopr.^Black i .finish. See this «t ·!·:',· '49 Chevrolet 4 Door. Real · clean. Priced to sell at $350 '49 Chevrolet' 2 Door. '49 Chevrolet 2 : D o o r .·Fleetline. . ' ". .; '49 Chevrolet 4 D.obrl Station W a g p n, '-. new pai nt a n d m otor. V '.49, Ford Tudor, two-tone, , new paint. '49 Ford Convertible. '49 Pontiac 2 Door. Kcv; paint a n d m o t o r . - ·/· Priced to sell at' .1495 : - . . , . '50 Chevrolet 2 Door; : -U, v ; '50 'Nash . 2 'Door. 5Ne*ir · motor. "' - ··..'£, '-. '49 Studebaker rPii : v --'iv/-' ; '50 Studebaker Pickup : Your choice. '41 ': Chevrolet Pickup, four; ' · · · " ? ' · ' - ' ' SBB. THESE AND''' .'OTHERS AT., -.f ..12th -Street,, jind- ' : ,8th: Avenue' ·1955 Ford V-8 Customline ·'.iTudgr. ._· Radio, heater, .,'one. local "owner!;. V ;\$1995. ,'·.. 1955 Plymouth .Belvedere, Hardtop Spprt CpupS. : Radio,' heater, Power- Flitt*, original t^o^tone finish. Very low ; mile$2295, ·;. 19u4"Fprd V8 Club Coup*.; . R a d i o , heater, oye'r-. drive. Beautiful, n e w. two-tone' finish. 1953 Plymouth Cranbrpok' '' 4-Door. Radio, heater,' ·' ' locally owned. · - · · · · $1195. 1948 GMC-.V ton pickup. State'inspKctioh. ' 1950 .Chevrolet i^ toil panel. '.Three'. -speed transmission, state in, spection. ' ' " Airt»i,': Cirt, '-Trtdu ·'' : 1955. Ford 6 cylinder -I/a : · . ton.. Heater, low. mile- ·fage, local'yi.owned. - ; 2-t-or Hi* I.(.it. Ribbon 13S4 Ford '^Vlctoria^Coipe- V8." H«»t«r, v overdrlve, white" ilde- walls,^be'autllul J .tone finish: ·· TMa car .Is Immaculate: a n d ' - .wlll. make'.Vou'a" real 'sporty/ car. Drive U today at . ' . ··'" ·.-. Your Fackard-Je'cp Dealer.''; 814 7th !st;-;';"'.'Ph.. 975 = 1954 Willys, .Jeep, lav ·. mileage, one local owner, locking front ·hubs./j. radio, \full canvas cap. : ? - ·Really * honey .~ ' ' '$1295 · : AipThat Are ; J. ; ';: Better/:;;;;; Ask about "'our L I F E T I M E WARRANTY on aH of our uaeiT cars. Th« longer you own 'one .of our cats .the liibr* ^valuable [ibis warranty,, b*tome».tp you." ^ ALL' WINTERIZED - . '51/FORD V^8 2 Dr..! ...... V '61 Chev. Hardtop..' !^v. .\ '51 CAD. 62 4"Dr) ·.- - · ,'48 'PA : CKA"RD'4- I pr. -.:·:; . '53- PLYM.' Suburban^. ·'"·". '53 DBSOTO, P. Steerin ''52 FORD 4-Dr. :.. ; . ''54 CHEV. ; 4-Dr. · '54 CHEV. 2-Dr. " ., '51 PLYMOUTH- 4-Dr. '47. PLYMOUTH 2-Dr., '49 BUICK-. Super 4 Dr. V · '52 DESOTO 4. Dr. -OT3.fi' '.46 DE gOTq;4.-;pr.;f.;?-- V-/4*7 FOIUi'2-lpr:J Sj;'i ? . '.'^3 CHRXSLER'NY 4 Drv ''53 'PLYMOUTH 4 Dr. ,'50" CHRYSLKR Club : ' ·'54-PLYMOUTH 4,'Dr. 51,' CHRYSLEIl "i'Dr.-VS"'. 1 ' ' ' '55 PLYM. CLUB Sedan. ' " : *', ·*·'-*·. · S A'V E with'. our ,NEWi v t LOWER ; Fi|laiice^Rate's. ': WE WO^BE': UNDER-' SOLD^O'N FtNANCING.,' . ·· .-.'Jt" ' ; '« s .^ji "'iv,Vi'" "-v OPEN UNTIL 8:30 P.M. : ;W|KLAND. MOTORS ~ . '-· ChryslerPlyin'outh . -v-Osej 'par _'',-,:.-; .f',404 8th Av '· ·' r- piv. 1352- . ; · · · USED CARS. - . : YEAR END - BARGAINS.:-, MChevroiet$1895 : t '' \- i Door Sedan · · onti'ac ··-$1545 . ' ,, ..· * Super "t Door ' ^ : · *JC5 ~ '52;Buick · $960 V-- Special 2 Door *.'/" . ·'52 ···Pontiac'- ? '.-: 2 Door Sedan ; '51:Ford .-;$750 Creafllner.. GARNSEYl - W H E E L E R ; .'. ' ' : .'!· ;··'. - " i - r ' . '. Your FORD E»ealer ' " 715 illh SU . GrMler, Cole. .-"S Door S«dan' . ;'51 liodge; $745 $665 4 Door Sedan '2 Door Sedan r "' lr ' ; - u . 7 " * 1 1 - '' : '"'' ii' : 'IJib4raHGuaf a'nfe'e* '? ~ ' r OPEN- TILL s ' : ' ' P . M \ , 815 lltK St;' Used Car:Lot AuMi, 4 : Dopr. '.Excellent condition. ', . 1S51 ;CfVROLEf ; : ' : 'i\ flelAir. P o w e r - ;· glide;. · Excellent · , . - thrpiighouti '· ' i/i .ton -.7 pickup. ( Very clean, low mileage. · " . - - ' 8-deluxe 2 door. .; . , ^Sadi6'»nd heater. · -^. - - Extra ^riic'e. -::|45' .- iWlMpUTH;:. ; , V 4 Pr.'pne.owner, .. ' · · like new interior. 194?PONIIAC ,,-, V ^ ;i.D/.:Radio,, heat' *.".%'.. "!er,jj. rhy.dramatic'. . ' .', S Goo'd" .transport a- tation. ·' ' LOW-COST FINANCING': % DeSoto - Plymouth ,' . ^il 8th Ave.~vPKbrie.1358" ; USED No -Money -Down'to Qualified Buyers, · '1951 Nash 4-Door Sedan,. ··', Ambassador model; Ra'r dio, heater . . a n d , 'over-' . y driye. '· ; ! t".; -· ·', \!.'.}o .1946.Buick.4-p.ppr Sedan. '-. .Glean as v'pin,- Radib^ and heater. \ ··· 1947. Ford -Fordor Sedan. . Radio and heater.- Lots of- unused transportation... * 1941 ', Ford . Coupe. Radio : . a n d heater. Runs good. 1938 Chevrolet Z-Dpor Se- '.-· dan. Runs good. 'looks: · - good.-; · · ; . "; ..-·/;'·,'.· ^946 · Chevrolet S p.o r t' ' Coupe. . Radio, heater, '."very^clean...' ,'---' ; ··'.'.'. 1948. Chevrolet ^Station' Wagon. Far above »v- erage. Radio and heater. You '.must see this 1.941 Chevrolet 2-DoorSe- ^.i i; dari.! A: good 'old car. -i' Buy. it; cheap. . ; ' 1948 Plymouth' 4-Door Se'.. ;,dan. Radio and : jieater. :'.',Very good whit«w*ll t, I960 Dodge 2 r Door Sedtn. ' J .:; New''seat "covers/ new ·· . b r a k e's, rnechaniwlly, , good..\Vcrth the money. "'1946 Dodge. 4-Door SeoVln; ^ . M e c h a h i o a l . l y :A-.l, · '.[»)(s..good, clean . inside. Look at this one! ,.TKArLZR3 hr,*mi, I I H N l l i h A ~' tr»!l«r. - . fon.a'r* Invited to tasp«et''Ui« bitiutKol 1356 Spr(cn-Commo . dore-N'»ihua «n'd Victor Mobil* ' Home^. BOW on di.plaj at th«. UM -.CM. ,.Tr«*. : :'41 -- - , · Tali. oM ur u~ down p.rv«nt. S«« ·*t 4t Itli A»r.'- ' -.-' '' ' - r . ; -»: ; . J / / ' AI.E^-'lltl . FoW tu^»r. f K»- " ;'wiu.'«Sr?«V'tHt. n. « · ? ! · ' · TOR SALE-iJkfVit. ] l»l GKO tw. ton:, f. ^ml urt* «tt)i · kMt. Wd,. 10.090 "ietu.1 ·!!«.' SUM. Pfc L« Sill. «mi. ·':.- ... ..- ; · .- ··' i .prlcei . f.'d*»i.it4 ' i acllnrxl e .In .. . M.rtel ·If.ilMi mod«r [«ftv«r f*r, *4| D«Bvcr! c.wi lnckHKdt .liri« WhHra AA U-Hl A JO-JU B U-Ml Ur« mlM AA 31- M; A , U-Jl!, »· OJOi m?«lum »hj!n A j]| u» .ml** A:: U-Hl *at*i- lr«d«4 Uri* 23-M] *man U-13. '. , - -,· : PouHrjfi" Market rteiAxr iemiiM tlo«ri Mf«rlai' Ittvrtl; . IMRI-.-iMtvr \n*. ' in 1%.and.over 11-22] h.ivy typ*-uxd«r «rt ' »J .U|hf lyfe,' * I b J - « ' M «v« - _ . , ..Mary t)p« lt-M; oM' nwitcra ·*"· '·':·' V ; ' · * . ' · ' · ?' --'··'·"·· "" B E A N I . ' ~'v ' ' ' : ' " ·al bidi IQ irantri «n IKl'rrap LWY«r. rat« baili HllLai 9.U hr . . ' l and A.M fftr U.S. No It tirfat N*r1h«ni ins' ertfi''plalof,' N.bratka tale ' 'a MUlu.l.H lor U.S..N» l . a x i 9.7} U.S. N o 1 . . ' - - . · ' · '·1310 Eighth Avenue ; 1952 Plymouth Specja'i.-DeV liixe : 4-Do6r. _Dark 'green finish.' " '..:· ·--·". : · ·· Chevl-olet glM-Dr; ; Nicely' etjuiprjeij, s a d d l e brown over Sahara beige.. V,erD o pmy. Aetna -Trailer Salea- ,'*' D, M«r.; Ph. 10 !W .'1953 'Chevrolet' 2iq v 4-Dr. ;Heater, radio; seat covers »ftd . PowerGlide. D a r ki "i - ,1049 ; Ford'.V8 Custom De- luxeVTudpri'iLight green finish. « ''""·:'."·'. · ' · f . . - -' 1940, Plymouth S p e p i a 1 Deluxe 2-Door. Dark'blue ifiniah. · · · - · · · · rM»y, P«c.'.3l), 1955 .: . GREELEY,TRIBUNE Deliixe 4 r . Dbor. : Kjcely equipped and has a new maroon paint ·job.;:',. ;···'· . '- "- ' - -.. .-.' '" ,JL9"47 Ford Gust.pm Deluxe : Fbrdpr.-filack finish; · s 1951. Buick ,4-D p or'. -, beauty at : - ' ' ' : -I960 Fbrd'-VS Custom I^e- uxe .Fordor. Light green' -finish. ' ' ' 1950 Stud ebak or 2-Dobr. Heater, radio, seat covers and white sidewall tires. Dark green finish. · .1949 Studebaker C h a m - pion ,.2-Door. N i c e l y 'equipped. Light green finish. 1 · · · - . - · · ' ' ' . ; ; : 'X : :|295 ; . : 195#Ford V8 Custo4 DC- liixe' .Tudo^.. Completely · equipped .*hd lovely black · finish. .]v£j .f ·;--*i.., · 1946 Chevrolet' I^Dopr. A lot of ?olid tr»nsport»tion. -1951 Plymouth Special Deluxe 4-D 6 o r. N i'c e 1 y equipped. D»rk grey. · . Use Our,Ix)w Cost '' ;. Finance Plan ; '-''REWARDS' : LOT -'-"i . · Avenue ' . i l n ^ . few. · «rti,«i,!,Ubdt. ··*· ·-«*iirfflK. motor - - · - - - DENVER TOTATOEK . .· . . , ;- . ·Wai .U.S. iWpmok for Thur*d«y 6«7i Ceto. -35) an', track *,' iTrlvils-. C»l«. T, fth«- l,,OEto«l*d 4; InrkUi. Colo. I. Market »Uadr: 1M Ib i*cki U.S. Ko l *ib*4; -niiwd C»!». i «E nln,' K-30 r «*M- 10. ·* i5d Ur|tr 3 »-3.50| I-11 i 4,Ui MdnL oi mtn, 3.73t MiVi 4 BI mln. m»»1ly J.Wi biktii I U ',«' 4J3- «.»;"-Crto.V 5 i « x ml*. -to-\b mi*h Vn itEr conlatneri 4.Wi I M ' l h McVi Coto. led ' McCture 2?i la mtn." 3-1SO45: *4H In mln tad-up M per cot - 2 W In molly 3.M;'^i"'lB mtx. I.6W.7S] "new-potato** Florida i roianS r«d* .JO Jb s»elc U.S. Me ill* A 344. ' : .. · Bqfh^.fo Mrs., aiid Mr*.;Glirin .urcay, of Kwnesburg a", daughter. 1 hursdiy, Dec; 30, it-Weld'County' eneral hospital^ ..;;.;;;, : 'j /;,··,=". ^Born'^tpVMr^- jhd r Mrs. Richard muz of Johnstown' 'ii'dBughter. huraday. Dec.' 30, at.Wdd County eh'eral hospltaL--: t ;' '-'"· \-;V' : 'i ' ' ' - Borneo 1 Mr. -ind Mrs.- James K. ohnson-of 2406 Fiiteenth avenue oiirtva .'daughter .Thursday, 'Dec. 0, v at Weld Coiinty' General hospl- ' ' Boirn^ to? Mr, and-,.-Mrs.: Clifford Webber of Platteville ; i 'daughter riday, Dec. 30, at Weld: County, enera] 'hospital.' :.\ ··, ·;.,'.-. v. 'N .. ''.-'- .--: : -.By flying a high-speed parabola, or roller coaster arc, a pilot can free himself of £ra- vify*i'. pull for. about 30 sec- ,aAt.- Centrifugal force threw: him "up;- gravity: pulls ; him DFKVEB LIVESTOCK - ., --. - , - Hoi 100;''nomnil; not crwuih-to lest Sh«*p 500, nominal; freih recelp.) m ' ' X tetvcb lUMirvler limba : .bov|hl tQ A n i ¥ « t ' l ckmb}*.-*)M»rtn Umb« cArrjed from Thurnlny laktn off m t i k t l . '"- . doyoif y. t ' "* · ' wo 'ore ti ' CWCAGO- LIVEIIQCK 1 A IS ID M fnl drop In butcher ho(i rrWiy'Ult th»m -»«4- far' ibor» Iht. 14 ' of Kd ile»ir lo U cmli __. poucd buklwi* -,,. ta 111.73 'About yn h.id teWer. . ' ' . . M»l .1M i* lAkea at »il.M . i*ich*d »i|.H, -tbi top. TWi w*i X cent above ; t)M 14 yt»r law,- So«i moTt ' ~ I8.WJ 'to. 0.SO. . ' ' . ' · · · ' Only W* : head were : oa i*le .In e*rti*^i«*H0«.-~Ste*r .'auU^-hT.rtri - non.1n»l]y "tUedy.. Owlt* alter* yuc r«ac)iMJ-U\.oe. Commercial and good helf. ·» a o M ' a t 113,M ta I1T.SO.. Caws »oM a'ttadjr 16'ttronc [a an adlvi marktt, utility t« H|li: commercial io])i« at $19.73-to fH.M'aiyl eanrwri. and cut- t«ra at M.50 : t* Ill.OO.i " Lamb* told at aliAdy quotations, bajen pa}1nc llT.M"to"»l"UJ (or food lo prime weeled'offeriiiia "wel|h1x( "106 aoumli arvd Chicago Grain ; cmCAGO.yn '--·Rye'iscocied up ir.gains which extchdod-to «v- ral.'cents in a grain market which urned .quite" firm 1 " In ^ t h e - c l o s i n g our·· on the Board of Trade Frl- *y-*j'-; i'i?"" f - '· ' -· "/ ."- '' A'good'deal of professjorial ihorl ovpring prior 'to the long, weck- nd appeared in all pits near the nlsh. ;Wheat ( jumped., more than cent. ^- ::-;-..'. -} : . J-- ·-.__'· ' . . · · . -The late rilly. also affected'feet rains 1 ,'"which had "dragged, · alpn] ear' the^ previous finish- until **·'- istihtW hour. BMh'corn-arid dyinced.fractionally. : . ; .cancel-'.each :'other,^ and the "--"·^"'-.ta'hU-Vafety har : CHICAGO CASH O R A I K " ' , 1 ; W«»l-."i"N* ; L".r*d 2.14; No , I y ·rt *.!Ht. -Com\. (MW) Ko a y 1.11H; N» ( l.KVi. Okti, No 1 1 whit* " T i t No "I extra heavy - whlt« No' l'«xlr* h«avy whit* mixed ll\ , Rarity .TwmlniU tn.aUtnc. et ^!?* !-**-*? forfc ; ixpre$s :; -Born to Mr. "a'ml Mn. ._ ., -obatp of Miiliken a,'daughter.Fri- ay, Dec,.30, at"\Yeld County'Gen^ ral hospital/ . : , ( ;. Born.= to Mr. "and Mrs. Myron ates of ; , 1717'Fifth street, a son "riday, 5 pec.."30, at? Osteopathic Icmorlal^hospital..; I. 1 :'; , ·, .,' Well Doctors ; ' (Continued from Pas' 1 1)'.. irovide" for. ori.y about' 7QQ chil- Ten. i.-- r;";."-,. " - " . . . ^L--. /A- - ! Because of ~" trie short .Uipe in whjch -it. would ^become .dutiUUd, Ye.health department.sayed only, 'small part.of : lhe shipments for so at-its,Fort,Luplon'pUicc and :ic" pre-natai clinic" invite., The -remainder was distributed, to. physi-. t a n s s o It cquld be put to use be*. ore it'became outdated.: W*ld School Childr*n HiV* Had Tlic .school children .patlicipafthg n tlie.~field]trials' have .received heir third sKols/while ^ the others re not Hue-16 get: ttfem'imt.l next pring, by which time the vnccine would:be .outdated. About 230 ccs were used In. health department linics.;. '·» '.· : - , . . " . - . As-R-TOsuU of the shoHagG r Weld physicians hive. b«en giving prcfer- !nce to- children in ',tlio 1-6 -age iroup.and to procnant women and establishing a'wailing list for others .requesting; vaccine.. .Dr. J. H.-Whlte, director-of the icalth department, said , t h e . d e = - partment felt that distributing; the vaccine to · physicians.'would be more..equitable than g i v i n g ' I t . l o he children of one town and omit ting', those hvtanolher community DENVER'. m,^--: - t h a t les WHEAT Mireh · . :2 M a y 1 - -.-- .. --.,. July.' '-..,-,, __^, I.Kif ; l.aMlV ' than half the SaUt- polio vaccin shipped to'the-state 1 ''sinfceVAugUi has been" put. to use," the ; -CoV rado Polio Planning .* CommU.lt recommended Thutiday_~ : -tYiat.T slat B; t a Vie · complete ^control of * t 'Viccin«.,purchasG program; ' ,"-_·;,; , !.-.-» "'be a ( u d j e f l .,,(; ±1 LION- a.o.m «.«.; " ' tr . ; _: ·_. ,$j , MarcH - . 1.2iSi'-J.M- 1.J4U tay -.,, -^ i ' I.M14 Mitt l-U Lily ' _TM."_x ~ l.MKh 1.1SY* 1 W ipttmb«r ·,,--: !.._. JJ1H 1.1H* - !.«« SOYBEANS -- , NEW CONTBACT.S . - i · -, January : J.40W S.H'.i 7-WV4 rh ^ M4Ji J.*3Ti 2.44rt M»y 11... , ' 2 , i - ,J.*2Vi 2.45 i 1.I1U , 3.UH _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . , . . p^tmbcr ;:.-._!.-- % J.31V4 · 3 3 0 W . a.3J OLD' CONIRACT*' ' · ' · ' ' 'i · · - OLD .CO!*TR ACTS LARD ' inuiry il · rch ·,,".._ .. . 10.77 ' ' 11.17 ll.U 11.15 · XANffAS C1TT CABIf ORAIK Wht»t 93- Van; 'unehmrirt -'to .'vp ^. D 2 har'd and dark hard . 2.1611-3.41; Com » ciri;' d a w n ' t o 'U t«' up* 2 W i .« 3 nhiU. l,W-l,«Hf · No 3 . 1.4M.4TN) No X yelkiw k m 1 « e d ' 1-37-1.MhI N» 3 Oala 2''c«ru down 11 (o UP Vitf/ No 1 whit* 11*7HiN; No -3 69-73V1N. MUo Biali* 3.1M.HN,. ", ; - · -.. ; Xafir J.JM.14N. i ' ^ -'','-" " ' - . BriJl MJ17.M, - Wall'Street ' ^ : ' ; NEW YORK (if^The itoik mar- kit' kicked oil its yeartnd rilly''in the f i n a l . s t b f c i p n - o f the year Fri d«y tni'tforti\fdme'good gains '--i Prices were up 1'to around. 3 paints at the outside in key area: while losses'got to about a point. ..'Trading'was much more active t h a n ' r e c e n t sessions at an esti- fea'led 2,500,000 shares,- but it still was 'a lillle belov- Ihe daily average so far'Uiis' year.'-Thursday's total was 2,190)000 jharei with the market lower. ' ' · Local Market . '' Li.-- 'i'." s. ' '-.. (CVrr«ct*d H O«e, M) Whest, bu. _j »2.15 Parley ' · ' · ' " ' Pinfo b«n!,,cwt--1-- BuUerfif,!. " . "' Eggs In irtde' · : A A Urge · ,-..--'-A U'rge '· - '· ' AA medium __3Sc A medium ' 38c A «m»ir ' ·" " B graae ' ·-· ·'- ---"··· '»»· C grade and cracks Colored hens Leghorn hens and. Hylines, 4Vi fi.Ka. and over "" ' '··' "'··' .\tr. Leghorn hens ar«3 Hylines, 4W 1 3 Ibj..and under Colored" fryers Pulleli, 4 Ibi. and ov«r_ Diicki · · ' · ' _10c _lSc _2pc Turkey hens :_i_ Tarkty, · vy'eek by.'thp.fCol.orado Board Hcallh.T.which'ji expccled to giv ju]ck'.. s *pproy'aL.'.1. .^ c : j ' -i '·' TfierV coftimitfee' roconfmendc tliat'the Colpraao Health Dcp't. b empowered:to· purchase aU futur vaccliie'shipments, alldlted' I p j t l 5tite aiid that, Lhe' vaccliie .be dis rjbuled .on/ a ; quota - basis, to dot ors .f'nd 1 public :»goncles;..'-'..' Jt urgcd; : tl50 t h a t , t h e :dcpar ment 'launch'"'a'-: statewide' edtica ion' arid publicity program'to-aler parents - to the - need for'^vacclna ion:of Ihclr cliildren. ·- ' This action arae'»fter in'ilividiia committee members blamed par ental lethargy and absence of lo cal -organization 'for, jvhal' the ermed the. inoculation program' ack of succcsi in Colorado.' The said a 100 per-'cent state vaccin purchase'program would: ·l.'Make'ivillablc large ambunl of .vaccine to local health dcpav . .2. .ptandardiic fees charged b iriyale. physicians .-for' th'e threr :l )of inoculation''series'. 3. Cpnlraliie responsibility for statewide program. -. : . ;·; . .Th'e ! He»l|h Dcpt. reported car] in: the.: : m'«ting that- M,154 'cubl ccntimetcrs^pne cc rc'presentin one injection-rOf, the '.vaccine ha been : shipped- to' Colorado sine the.program was Initiated i n . A u gust.' Of this total, only 34,055 cc has been 'used. ·-; .- · ' · · Of 26.W4 'cc. purchased by the it'ate wilh'fcderiV funds; only 9,603 cc has been used, the'rcport added!. And..of 62,850 cc. made available through 'commercial'ctianncli, private physicians have used only 22,442 cc. . . " ..Dr. lioy L. Clecre, department dlrectorT.r,ote3:ih«t 'majiy.doctors and. agencies hfve"been lardy;~in reporting their use of the vaccine, however. For that rcascr.,-he'said,- the. figures may not be completely accurate. · ,The report criticized' the apparent failure, of'.the Jrce public, vaccination 'program 'In the stale, i - l t slid only 19. shots were pro-, vidnl '»( pubjic clinics' in Pueblo' county, 46 in El Paso county, .349 in Weld county, 2,240 in the Las Animas-Hu'erfano county area, and 3,751 in Denver.; ; ' ' · ' · '·'-·' ,, Under the .present system, Col- orado'purcl.l'ses half of the slate's vaccine ·llolments. The-remaining half goes into commercial channels.- . " : " ': ; · · . ' DENVER ifl .S-'Tfoy. Ed C. n "disclosed-'' Friday v lhat 'he ! ini* nds'to Vieb "Op "his' schedule "atC-^ ly halfdays at his "office. diir!n'Ji:-T c legislative 1 session "upon -orders"^, ·· .his physician^ ^;.^:: v-.-t;;-^;.; '. The .governor -suffered' iV-heirt".^ . lack early in September and ha"*' en .-at'. hiaV desk -'^during vlKw-:.- ornings.sinceiNoverabcr.'' ·: "···'·' -I'lf'; '.'I'...think;.rm : making good nrog-7f · ss,".. .the 'g'ovcrnoy.'*sa!d' in'' ie-r onse to -a news conference ques^^u ih":about..his health. v-/".''': '''-J^'J. Ho said, jie' recently had a eo'my.';;L eterchfsi' X-ray, and ^"everything ' ·favorable." '·' '·. ·'"··- ' = ' ' · · · .··S'.-vr^- Johnson ' dlsclo.scd ^that'- hs^ha'ilX.^ eh -having' ciecfrocardiogfaphi-r,,-^ id 1 : blood tests every two weekii-. d that results-have been; satisr' 5 ^'- . ctory; · ·'·.'.'.··'·,' ; '..' , -Viv.'. He' said he .will ; continue 1 to foli r J ; w orders of his doctors and add-v;f : , "They'r'e "worried · about ; Jan'v*.; try. They're/ afraid It will be tooV- v uch' excitement '.arid too .muchJ-,V ' wo Scions o! .f- Two sfj'te' : !eji-~"" lalors '-'Friday urged l a . full ii\-i"- · esllgatlon of'cliarg.es..slorniji'tlqjv*;;'' - peralions were"' porforrhed 'upok'J^ · enlal paiienis ^tt.-the" Colorado talc Hospital.-'--;... · · · : ' ' ' · ' · ' · .^-; ' Sen. \Valtcr'.Johnson;(b-Pue'blo)i^;' ep. Franklin.; R.'Stewart ._ bio) recommended-^Gpv. Ed ohnson fuljy mvcstigile the siiui--. 'on.. ;·'-;;:·;.;. -: ' .^.;rt ; . . ' - J .!£'° ' l.ucillo' Schrciber,' Si',- ». Denver'^-- Cplst; charged Thursday In a $250,'- ' W assai'ill a n d . battery 'damag* * . cllon that she.was Illegally slcr- izcd -by, State Hospital surgeons: ; JIiBs'Sch'reiber',-'a patient'at th»" ospitil for 13 -years, alleged m ' suit! filed, in, District Courtjthat rie ; Pueblo, ,Colo., Institution' has »' sterilization.-policy despite'lack : of legal .'-aulhbrizatlon. I 1 -./! '· . lllospiUl. ofJiclals .admlUcd;per- · :orming ' VarMiut" three or'^foUt'* · such operations .annually'.upon p»v: ; ti«iilj. ..In Mss,';Schfc\b«r'B-'»«,'-.;· they- aa\d, v ah'p'per'iition.yas ,pe'r- formed Hay 14,' : J94l|-.with'the con- · sent.of ,heripare'jifjr..\". .'£:.-' V.Gov. 'Johnson '"-'said, he'.' would . look I n t o ' t h e . charges'i and "get" ill.(he facts.", ;'-/- -^.;., l , Sen.. Johnson, one of those ask-' ing 'the .invesligatlpn.'is chairmRii;..-. of; the Gpvernor'sVAIontal 'Health-; Committee. He" said 'if it Is disr'* covered sterilization is a general- racticc Rt Uie.hospital,-legislaUve'' action may be'necessary.V.i was paroled from the hospital Nov. 2, 1952, and ruled "restored .to" = reason","last Jan. 5 by * Denver.;.-. ·; County..Co'urt. - j . - · :~.2£? ': ' In her suii, % she claims "permajr; nent injurie's "and great mental,.. ... anuuish" as.a.rejult of th'e opera-""- ' : [on *preventing^'ljer -from ever-:^ tearing'; children'."'. 1 ,'. - - ' . ' ,; : ?.- Kerniit; Albert. Jackson, Jixlh'avenue,-failure to report · cidcn't, JI3.M.' A! tfu G, : Heileslieinier D|i-i ' George ifeltcshcimer, 't/)," died Frjday morning at hU. home, 1608 Eighth street. He 'wts born in 1865 in "Ohio 'and /came to Coioradojin 1900. Hetlcsh'cimcr farmed' in this comnviniiyc nd at/Ault.v 'm'l'lZ id" J935 when he "moved t o ' G r c e - Icy,,;.Among''j«j survivors is a nephew,! Charles Hetteshelmer, of Cincinnati,-Ohio. Funeral · crvice-. '.Will aBBOujM'ed.y Macy».' Ad'milled^to' V^eld County Gen- - eral. bpsplla'l Thursday, e p?c.' 29: Mrs. Charles Sanchez, 603'Fourth,,:, street;,-Keith Wicdcman, 1 ' Eaton;-.!: Claudia Hoyt, 131B Ninth :itre*t}J.-i Bclh Ann Do.inickscn, 2523 Twcrity-"i; ! (hird Avenue;' " A l a n ' Kinoshita'.V' Aull; Mrs. · Mario Erkhsen, 1729'"; Fifth street; Timothy Quick, 10H;, Fourth' .street; . Robert 'Morgan" 1859 Tcqth ' avenuo; Thomas JV Judd, Hudson; Audrey Jo Lamb,' Orchard; Mrs. Thomas N. Farmer". Aull; Mrs.'Nick DInkel, La Salle; Ez'ra Meyer, Route 3; Mrs, Adolph- Corncjo, 1514 Fourth avenue; Clyde-.Brown, 1108 Seventh .street. ·*'.- ' D i s m i s s e d : ' ^ Kenneth Chapman,"'' La' .Salle; Cornelia Miller, 70S' 3 Thirteenth street; Burl Atkcrson*,' 1 ''- Gilcresf; Kenneth" D. Wallers, 1718,;' Seventh-'avenue;··· Mrs. Francejsi"- Pcrez, Platlevillc; Mrs. George, E[.''.'- Slrrls,'23.W Ninth street; Williarrt 1 ' Smith, 615 Sixlh street:. Nancy Lou. f Wils'on,''1520 .Fourteenth avenue; Geraldine and Susie Marie Meal- n e r , ; Miiliken; Ralph Martinei, Route 2;;Keilh Wiedcman, Eatofi;' Beth-Ann Bonnicksen, 2523 Twenty* third avenue; Claude Hoyt, 131S N i n t h - street; Thomas . Dickens. Eaton; : Mrsx Pavid T. While an3 son', Eafon;.Mrs.' Arthur BrenckTs: and son, 1130 Thirteenth street; Sirs, Jack -Foster and son, 1930. ; Elevcnih .avenue;"Mrs. David K."' Kchri Jr. and'son,- Platleville;'Joel P'elerson, P-78 Jackson boulevard. \ftTICK OK .\.V.N V.\l . H K K T I X O ; The Annual M e e t i n g of the StocV* ' h o l d t r a - o f LOWER LATHAM EXTENSION" DITCH CO. will be held In l i t Grectey* BMRT. Greeley, Colo^*. ratfo. on Jan. 21, 1056 nt the hour-'^f-' 10:30 o'clocK A, M.. (or the pnr|)0f« · o ( - e U c l l n e r 3 dtrecloru and transact-, % m f r sach-.'dih«r business* an m»£: properly come *«rora the metinc-i * V Very R e s p i c l f u l l y , - - S. OPDl T KB."*icr*tair. "

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