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Page 6 GREELEY TRIBUNE Mon., Oct. 27, 1969 Eight Non-Injury Mishaps Reported by State Patrol Eight accidents over the wee end in which no one was inju ed were reported by the llig way Patrol Monday. A 1969 auto driven by Car Gonzales of Firestone was dai aged about $1.000 and a 19 pickup truck driven by Lu] Sepulveda of Fort Luplon $3 in a collision on old U. S. 1 85 Brighton at 1:40 a.m. Sunda Patrolman George Cnmpbi said Gonzales' car struck t left rear of the pickup when S pulveda slowed to turn right. An accident on 18th Stree 3.6 miles east of Greeley at 1:! p.m. Saturday resulted in $2i damage to a 1956 car driven b James Autrey, Rt. 4, Greele Autrcy's auto ran off the roa and struck a ditch bank, Patro man Carl Waller said. A car driven by Jilles Del euw of Longmont skidded o a counly road four miles ea of Longmont at 9:25 p.m. Sa urday. The 1956 auto was dan aged about $50, according t Deaths and Funerals RQHMSON BAILEY Wnlt.or H. Bnlloy of Grovr, Colo. HiiHhnml »f Mm. nrnco Dnilcy. Fnlhor ot Cieorce Uniley of Lnn easier. Cnlif., W n i t or Bailey Jr. of Pierce, Jnmos Bailny of Freciiorl, Tex., Francis Bailey of Windsor, Mrs. .Tumps ( M n r g n r n l ) Tliurston of Tilo. 111., Mra. Lynn (Hae) 1'ostnn ot Ak ron, nnd Mrs. II o r li e r t (Nancy) Sponhor of. Lnird. Ttrothor of Mro. Harry Pclnrson of Byeru. Also mirvlvlng nro 16 grnntl- clillrtrf-n and two great- grandchildren. Services 1 li.ni. Tuesday from tho ' AdnniBon Memorial Chnpel. I n t e r m e n t Grovor Cemetery. FELDHAUS Sp. 4. Thomas V. Foldhnus of U.S. Army, of 1201 lUh Avc., Oreeloy. Son of Mr. and Mm. Edward L. Fold- liiniR of Grocloy, Brother ot Edward L. Foldlmua, Jr., of Aztisn, Cnllf., John M. FcldhmiH of Colo. Springs, Donald T. Foldhaus, Ken- nclli R. FoIdhmiB, Marie ElniiiK F o l d h a u s , *nd Teresa Ann Feldhann. nil of Greeley. llecltnllon of Ttntnry 7:30 p.m. Tnonday from St. I'etpra Catholic Church. Tioqiilem Mnas 9:3(1 a.m. Wodnoaday from S I . Peter's C a t h o l i c Church. Military interment Sunset Memorial Gardens. HUFFMAN" Lee 11. H u f f m a n of Rl. .1, Kersey. Hunhnnd of Mrs. Agnes K. H u f f m a n . Father o f ' M r n . Laura A. Schwalm of Lns Alamos, N. Max.. and Mrs. Karon L. Lloyd of Billings, Mont. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Walt Huffman of Hod Lodge, Mont. Brother of Mrs. Phoeho Lorendcrf, Dirk H u f f m a n , both of Billings, Jlont., George H u f f m a n of San Diego, Calif.. Kenneth Huff. man of Puyallitp. Wash., and Walter H u f f m a n of Bis Timber. Mont. Also surviving tire snvon grandchildren. Services 1:30 p.m. Wednesday from tho First United P r e s b y t e r i a n Church. Interment Sunset Memorial Gardens. /* MACY, ALLNUTT tMORTUARIU Mrs. Inez T. Porter or the Hoiiell Retirement Com- iinniity. Mother of Dr. Koliert T. Porlor of Grce- Icy. Grandmother of .Tames Porter of Knst Syracuse, N T . Y.. nnd Jlrs. Dwlght B. (Jane) McSpndden of Mc- PhiTson, Kuns. Sister of Mrs. Sara Johnson antl Krainerd U. TriRK, both of HocHord. 111., and Hilton Triss of Omaha, Nelir. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. In- cludinr; William T. Davis of Winnebago, 111. who made his home with the I'orters. -Memorial Services 2 p.m. Tuesday at t h e Farr Chapel of the First. United CoimreKatinnal C h u r c h . Cremation to follow with I n t e r m e n t of the Cremains I n t e r in liockford. III. If friends wish, the family requests thai memorial gifts lie sent to the First United Congregational Church. Patrolman Charles Heistcr. A horse in a horse trailer re ccivcd minor injuries-when tin trailer tipped over onto its sidi in an accident 1V4 miles soutl ofthe junction of Colorado 52 on Interstate 25 about 6:25 p.m Sunday. Patrolman Mike Sandoval re ported James Moore of Denver was driving a 1967 car which was pulling the trailer. The trailer hitch broke and the trail er tipped over. The trailer was damaged about $75. Vehicles driven by Fred Rod riguez of Eaton and Julia Wier schke .of Pierce collided at an intersection on a county roac one mile east of. Eaton at p.m. Saturday. Patrolman John Anderson sale the woman was making a left turn and Rodiguez passing when the accident occurred. Rodriguez' 1967 car was damaged about $200, the woman's 1S68 auto $10. A 1966 car driven by Lawrence Pokrwka of Denver was damaged about $175 and an REA wwer line and transformer f250 in an accident at 3:50 p.m. Saturday 1.6 miles north and .wo miles east of Kersey. The Denver man's aulo skidded off a county road, hit a guy vire and broke Ihe pole holding he transformer, Patrolman larold Payne said. An accident on 8th Avenue in jarden City at 2:30 p.m. Saturday resulted in $100 damage o a 1960 car driven by William loodwine, 1824 16th Ave. PI. Patrolman Robert Smith said F I E L D REPRESENTATIVE - William A. Holmes, 1626 Montview Rd., has been appointed a field representative for the Production Credit Association. A native of Greeley, Holmes grew up on a farm, and for the past eight years has been employed as a fieldman and program clerk for the Agriculture Conservation Association for Weld County. He is a past president of the Greeley Evening Toastmaster.s Club. Five injured in One Mishap; Six Others Hurl on Weekend Eleven persons were hurt i traffic accidents in the. counl over.the weekend, five in a two car collision at the interseclio of U. S. 85 and the Mumper Hi road north of here at 11:45 a.m Sunday, the Highway Patrol re ported. The five injured in the inter section crash were Katharin Scholz, 19, 1817'10th Ave.; Jen nlfcr Dible, 18, Rexford, Kan Jackie Mohr and Shirley Jam son, both 18 and from Denver and Janice Musil, 18, Eaton. Katharine Scholz received cut and a bump on the head whil Janice Musil incurred fac acerations and a possible hca njury. Both were admitted a Weld County General Hospita" Jackie Mohr suffered abre sions and complained of bad 3ain; Jennifer Dible received ; lump on the knee; and Shirley Jamison a bump on the heac The three were treated at Well Counly General Hospital and re eased. Katharine Scholz was in 'Spooked 1 Calves Cause Rash of County Accidents is Goodwine was turning into parking space, his car was lii y n 195B auto driven by Audrey Tipton, 910 4th St., who was lacking out of a parking space 'ho Tipton car was not dam ged. A car driven by Susan Garer of Severance went off Colo ado 392 and struck a ditch bank .2 miles east of Lucerne a ! :30 uto 'as damaged about $15, Patrol- nan Ken Arnold reported. a.m. Saturday. The 1959 the woman wns driving Walter Bailey Of G rover )ies Saturday Walter Harold Bailey, a resi- ent of the Grover community ir more than 60 years, died aturday at Weld County Genral Hospital where he had een a patient for nine days. e was 71. Born at Leavenworth, Kan., i March 15, 1898, he came to rover with his parents in 1908, nd had lived there since.' He married Grace Adams at mball, Neb., on.Dcc. 22, 1931. e was a member of the ( Grov- Communlty Church. Surviving, in addition to his fe, Mrs. Grace Bailey ot rover, are four sons, George alley of Lancaster, Calif.; alter Bailey Jr. of Pierce, mes Bailey of Freeport, Tex, and Francis Bailey of Wind- r; three daughters, Mrs. mes (Margaret) Thurston of o, 111., Mrs. Lynn (Rae) Pos- of Akron and Mrs. Herbert Vancy) Speaker of Laird. Also surviving are a sister, rs. Harry Peterson of Byers, grandchildren and two great- andchildren. Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Tuesday from the Adnson Memorial Chapel. Inter- ent will be in the Grover nietery. alifornian ies When lane Crashes HUDSON, Colo. (AP) - A allfornia.man was killed Sun- when his single engine ane crashed in a field near udson in southeastern Weld The dead man, who was alone the aircraft, was identified as -year-old Glenn Edward Carl- n, 39, of San Rafael, Calif. A witness, Conrad Generus, 10 lives near the scene, said .rlson was apparently killed imcdiately. The plane went iwn in a field about 20 feet off county road, according to the eld County sheriff's office. The cause of the crash was it determined immediately. Around 200 to 300 head o calves which reportedly some, me had "spooked" out of a pas. urc posed dangers for motorist md themselves in the Gilcres area Saturday evening. As a result, seven accident resulted although, according I Highway Patrol Capt. Shermai Neilson, the Highway Depart ment was notified right afle; the calves got loose and postei danger signs. "Apparently no one bellevec the signs and kept driving,' Capt. Neilson said. The first of the seven accl dents occurred at 7:50 p.m when Daniel Frank of Platte ville, driving a 1908 pickup Iruck, hit one of the calves 01 Colorado 60 one mile west o ;ilcrest. Frank's pickup was damaged about $200, Patrolmai "leorge Campbell said. Two more of the accidents occurred at 8:30 p.m. Isabe' Munoz of Weslaco, Tex., driving 1965 aulo, hit a calf on U.S 05 two miles north of Gilcrest, lis car was damaged $150, according to Patrolman William McGinley. Also Ygnacio Palos, 700 15tl St., hit a calf on U.S. 85 in Gilcrest. Palos' 1963 car was damaged $100. A 1964 pickup truck driven by John Jerkc of La Salle hi and killed one of the calves one mile east of Peckham at 10:15 p.m. Patrolman Carl Walter es imated the pickup was dam- nged about $250. Two more calves were struck on, U.S. 85 two miles south'ol Quality Workmanship. Open Sundays ny appointment Stork Express Born to Mr. and Mrs. Manuel lavez, Loveland, a daughter on iturday, Oct. 25, at Weld Coun' General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Allan Smith, 3311 W. 10th St., z son on Saturday, Oct. 25, at Weld County General Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pyka. 2446 W. l l t h SI., a son Ion Saturday, Oct. 25, at Weld (County General Hospital. Inez T. Porter Dies Saturday At Hospital Mrs. Inez T. Porter, 92, Bon ell Retirement Community, died Saturday afternoon at the Weld County General Hospital. Mrs. Porter was born July 21, 877 in Rockford, 11!. She was married to Enoch II. Porter on Oct. 6, 1903 at Rockford. Porter died on Nov. 7, 1950. Mrs. Por- er moved from Rockford to Greeley in 1953. She was a member of the 'irst United Congregational Jlmrch of Greeley, the Congre ;alional Church Ladies Society, he Amico Club and the Graph- c Club of Greeley. She is survived by one son, Dr. Robert T. Porter of Greeley; a grandson, James Porter 1 of East Syracuse, N. Y.; and a granddaughter, Mrs. Dwiglit E. (Jane) McSpadden of McPherson, Kan. She is also survived by two brothers and one sister, Mrs. Sara Johnson and Brainerd U. Trigg, both of Rockford, 111. and Milton Trigg of Omaha, Neb. Mrs. Porter also has several nieces and nephews including William T. Davis of Winnebago, 111., who made his home with the Porters, and three great- grandchildren. Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. on Tuesday at the Farr Chapel of the First United Congregational Church with cremation to follow with interment of the cremains later in Rockford, 111. If friends wish, the family requests that memorial gifts be made to the First United Congregational Church. House Coffee Slated Tuesday A coffee for Greeley City Council candidate Gil Hause will be held Tuesday at 2118 GREECE 1 .' MONUMENT WORKS, Inc. R a l p h Hollister John Da/ton. 1 Born to Mr. 1016 7th Avs. 352.180; 'Cordova. Lucerne, (Downtown-Over so v«r») jSaturday, Ocl. 25, al Weld Coun: TMffec !tv Genera) Hospital. Buena Vista Drive. Specifically invited arc those voters in the Scott School area. Gilcrest about 10:20 p.m. One was hit by a 1967 car driven by Gilbert Bassler of Boulder. His auto was damaged $400. The other was hit by a 1966 auto driven by Fidencio Vitlalo- bos of Roswell, N.M. Villalobos' car also was damaged an estimated $400. The last of the accidents occurred at 11:30 p.m. when a 1966 car driven by Paul Callahan of Ames, Iowa, hit one of the calves on U.S. 85 a quarter mile south of Peckham. Cafla- han's machine was damaged about $150. All of the calves belonged to the Abara-Eaton Cattle Co.,.according to the patrol. The total value of the animals killed was not reported. Jackson PTC Will Meet Tonight Jackson Elementary School parents and teachers will meet lonight to discuss films and materials used in the elementary schools for sex education. The meeting, called by the Parent-Teacher Group at the school, is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at Jackson. Several room mothers at the school felt a review of the ma lerials used in the schools would better prepare parents to deal with questions raised at, home ' y the youngsters. The program committee at he school hopes that many of Ihe parents will be interested in the program and will attend. Mrs. Jean McCarthy, the Jackson School nurse, will be at the meeting to answer questions from the parents. Former Greeley Minister's Wife Dies in Denver Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Olin- ;er Mortuary in Denver for Vlrs. Hope M. Cline, wife of the Rev. William L. Cline, retired Christian minister, both former- y of Greeley. Interment was in own Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Cline, whose home was t 3820 Oak St,, in Wheat Hidge, died Friday in Lutheran Hospi- al. She was 84. Born in Fairfax, Mo., April 11, 1385, she came to Colorado n 1897, was educated in Den- r er schools, and later taught in Adams City school system for 35 years. Surviving, in addition to her nisband, are a son, John Cline, also of Wheat Ridge; four grandchildren and other relatives including a sister, Mrs. Genevieve Snensley of Seal Beach, Calif., and three brothers, Duncan Mc- Cee of Denver and Charles and tussell McKee, both of Seal Jeach. 1968 auto which Lois Lewis Fallen, Nev., was driving sout on U. S. 85. The other four girl were'in a.1962 car which Debr Nickols of Rexford, Kan., wa driving . west' on -Ine Mumpe IlillToad. . ' When'the vehicles collided a the intersection, · the Nickols car turned completely aroun and Janice Musil' and Jacki Mohr were thrown out of it However, both vehicles remain ed on their wheels. The Lewi car was damaged about $650 the Nickols machine $450. The accident was investigatet by Highway Patrolman Gus An derson and Ken Arnold and Pa trol Sgt. Newton Bomgardner Madelina Herrera, 38, of Aull received bruises when the ca she was driving went off a coun ly road into a borrow ditch on mile west and .3 mile north o Ault at 12:40 p.m. Sunday, Shi was taken home. Patrolman Ken .Arnold sail the 1951 car the woman wai driving was damaged abou $150. Manuel Gonzales, 41, of Ker sey, suffered a bruised leg when he car he was_ driving was struck by a semi tractor in an accident 6.1 miles east of here on U. S. 34 about 6:30 a.m. Sun day. Patrolman Arnold said Gori zales, driving a 1958 auto west vas attempting a left turn when he car was struck by a tractor Iriven by Edward Riggins o McFall, Mo. The auto was knocked 117 feet by the tractor Damage to the car was estimated at $350 while Ihe tractor ·as damaged about $100. Four young men were injur- d when the car they were in truck a bridge railing, then ammed into a fence two miles ast and two miles north of ludson about 2:30 a.m. Sunday. They were the car's driver, 'homas Page, 19, Hudson, who eceived a bloody nose; Brune rfeinls, 19, Fort Collins, lacera- ons; Allen Cronk, 18, Roggen, ontusions; and Leonard Ros- op, 20, Brighton, bloody hose. Patrolman Gary Spradling re- wrted the 1965 car Page was riving south on a counly road ollided with the bridge railing, icn traveled 152 feet and rammed the fence. The car was damaged an es- mated $1,000,' the bridge rail- ng $50, a guard post $15 and 50 eet of fence owned by the Jragg Ranch $25.' Migrant (Continued from Page 1) elf they're going to find him." Delatorre countered that OEO 'is paying for the talent" at be- ween $14,000 and 515,000 a year, t expects in the director. Rivera, a San Luis Valley bus- nessman prior to his involvement in the poverty program, vas a CMC area director in {he alley before his election as ex- culive director last year. The council reorganization reates four area councils to erve the northern Colorado, ·estern slope, San Luis Valley Arkansas Valley regions Hospital Dismissals Dismissed from Weld County eneral Hospital on Saturday, cl. 25: Melvin Campbell,Ytima ?ean Burchfield, 1841 lllh Ave. crry Belfe, Harrison Hall Irs. John Loftier, Eaton; Scott te, 437 30th Ave. Ct.; Peter fankuch, 2484 51st Ave.; James Joffat, 840 30th Ave. Ct.; Mrs. (to Hindman, 2917 W. 12th St. d.; Howard Armstrong, 500 2nd St.; Larry Osborn, 253G 2nd Avc.; Mrs. Imogene Poe, Veldona; Robert King, 251112th ve. Ct.; Mrs. Anna Cooper, )rake; Mrs. Billy Lawson, 2545 5th Ave. Ct.; Mrs. Nell Aver- 1, 2000 6lh St.; Mrs. Elma ,'hipple, St. Francis, Kans.; larwin Downs, 1711 12th St.; 'onald Bernhardl, Windsor; Adie Overman, 1401 E. 18lh St.; Irs. Anatolio -Archulela, 1106 st St.; Floyd Osier, La Salle; /Irs. Taba Bender, Weldona; rtrs. Anna Lafferty, 1019 12th ve.; Mrs. Joe Derr'era and on, Johnstown; Mrs. Richard Baca, and son, 1427 9th Ave.; Mrs. Benjamin Benzel and son, 2200 37th St.; Mrs. Jean Van De Sande and son, 1620 9th Ave.; Mrs. Larry Buckendori and son, Longmont; Mrs.' William Mutch and daughter, 2200 37th St.; Mrs. Janet Mines, 1422 4th Ave.; Mrs. Herman Smallwood, 1438 11th St.; Eric Collyard, 2404 13th St.; Lee Alden. 617 20th Ave.; Mrs. Minnie Dill ka, 1027 7lh St.; Mrs. Lucretia Hopper, Brandon, Neb.: Mrs. Mary Bainbridge, 2606 7th Ave.; Mrs. Joe Garduno, 1131 8th St.; nnd Mrs. Eugenia Emmett, 2101 22nd Ave. Dismissed on Sunday, Oct. 26: John Edwards, Turner Hall; Barbara Thipp, 1616 15th Ave.; Clark Davis, Casper, Wyo.; Diane Ortega, 1416 6lh St.; Mrs. Cleo Randel, 619 llth Ave.; Mrs. Severo Perez, Plalleville; Bfeine Belsky, 1932 E. 16th St.; Orville Smith, Kersey; Mrs. Lucy Mitchell, 909 15th St.; Alfred Hogelin, Fort Lupton; Lloyd Holland, 127 N. 23rd Ave.; Mrs. George Beemer, 1714 llth Ave.; Robert Bales, 2542 15lh Ave.; Guy Clarkson, 2410 4th St.; Mrs. Ralph Williams, Fort Morgan; Mrs. Richard Roth and daughter, Kersey; Mrs. John Lebsack, Eaton; Louis Kunkel, Loveland; Mrs. Loren Swed- DCrg and son, 425 9th Ave.; and Mrs. Ehvood Herbst and daugh- er, Kersey. Torn Feldhaus Services Set Recitation of the rosary foi Spec. 4.C. Thomas Feldhaus I be at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and Requiem Mans will be sung at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, both at St. Peter's Catholic Church Military interment will follow in Sunset Memorial Gardens Adamson Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. Spec. 4.C. Feldhaus died Tues day, Oct. 21, in a military hos pital in Japan from burns re ceived in an air-crash while serving with the U. S. Army. He is survived by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Feld haus, 1201 llth Ave.; four bro thers, Edward L. Jr. of Azusa Calif.; John M; of Colorado Springs; Donald T., Kenneth R and two sisters, Marie Elaine and Teresa Ann Feldhaus, al! of. Greeley. Over 50 (Continued from Page 1) be here Saturday, June 6; Dr, Lambert Dolphin is schedule: in the guest lecturer series a Garden Theater on Sunday, June 7; a historical collection! possibly on loan from the Denver Art Museum and others from local sources, is scheduled from June 7 through 28; a poet in residence is expected for 10 weeks beginning June 14 and also on that date will be another local reading of literature. Don Lonie is scheduled in the ecture scries on June 14; an occupational fair is scheduled June 14 Ihrough 21 and will include a speaker on professional art. Paul Anderson will appear m June 21 in the lecture series it Garden Theater; the Synod of Colorado, Presbyterian Churches, will convene on June 2 through 24, and five produc- ions of the Little Theater of he Rockies, with invited art- sis, will "une 28. A combined dinner of the Unon Colony Pioneers and the Museum Board's annual tea is ieing planned and discussions re taking place to delermine he dale and whether the pubic will be invited. It likely will e held about the middle of une. kick off on Sunday, Rodeo Highlight of July July will see the annual Go Vest With Greeley Rodeo from ~uly 1 through July 4; there will IB an invitational Colorado irtisls and Colorado Stale Col- ege faculty art exhibit, from une 5 through 26; Krazy Days s scheduled July 16 Ihrough 18 A noted speaker, perhap 'ames Michener, will appear on iunday, July 19; Rill Glass also s scheduled on the evening o uly 19 at the Garden Theater 16 15th Annual Gun Show is cheduled July 25-26, and an (her opera of weslenv flavor jerhaps Baby Doe, Girl of the 3olden West or Tenderland, wil e given July 26. Fair in August August will feature the Metro wlitan Museum of Modern Ar ·aveling exhibit from Aug. 1 MARKETS LIVESTOCK DKMVEH ( A P ) (USI)A) -- Catlle 1,100 calves 700: slaughter .steers .not estub llslK'd; slauKhter heifers tul' slnURiiter cows 1.00 lower; other classes not established; slaughter iJtms choice 1021 iba 27.20; good 1075 1225 1»S 24.00-26.50; standard and. good 1200 Ib Holstclnfl 22.90; slaitRhUir hellers average nnd hl«h choice 945-370 Ibs 2G.45 20.55; choice 945 Ibs 85.GO; slnuehier cows high cutter and utility 17.IO-18.70: high dressing utility to 10.90; cutter cows 1G.1II 17.CO: slaughter bulls utility and commcr clal 23.00-24.80: choice 938 II) feeder steer! 26.50: commercial feeder cows 1G.80-19.10 utility and commercial feeder bulls 22.W 23.80 . Hogs 800; barrows and gills 50 lower 1 and 2 200-230 Ibs 25.75-2G.OO; 2 nnd 3 195-240 Ibs 25.00-25.50: 3 and 4 240-285 Ibs 24.00-23.00: sows 50 lower; 1 to 3 300-100 Ibs 22.50-23.00. 400-GOO Ibs. 21.50-22.50. . . Sbeep 4.500: slaughter lambs strong t fully 25-75 higher: feeder lambs 50 to fully l.oo higher;'slaughter lambs choice and taw prime 92418 Ibs M.80-29.00;'feed er lambs fancy 75-78 Ibs 30.50-31.00 choice and fancy 70-B5 Ibs 23.00-30.10: jholce 68-90 Ibs 28.30-28.90. LIVESTOCK OMAHA (Al'} -- Catlle 13,000, calves 2000: daughter steers and heifers weak to 23 lower; cows 23-50 loner; bulls weak to 50 lower; yearling steers an( hcirer feeders weak to SO lower: calves steady; slaughter steers high choice am prime 1230 Ills 28.40; choice 1000-1250 Ibs 27.00-27.75; sood and choice 975-1225 Ibs 26.50-27.00; good 24.75-20.50: standard and low flood 23.00-24.75: heifers high choice and prime 975 IPS 27.00; choice 823-975 Ibs 25.50.26.50: sood and choice 800-950 ihs 25.00-25.75: good 2,1.00.25.00; standard and good 22.0fl-23.do; cows utility and com mercial 17.50-19.00; canncr and cutter cows 15.00.17.50: bulls utility, commcr- rial and good 22.50-24.00; feeders choice 650-800 Ibs .10.00-32.50: hieh good nnd choice 550-700 Ibs 29.00-31.00; choice am prime 325 Ib steer calves 40.00; choice and primp 325-375 Ib heifers .13.50-34.00. Sheep 1200; slaughter lambs mostly steady; slaughter ewes .steady; shorn slaughter lambs mostly choice 100-112 lobs 28.25-38.50; wooled slaughter lambs choice 85-112 Ibs 28.25-28.50; shorn slaughter ewes cull to good 7.50-8.50. Hogs 9000; barrows and gills stead: lo -50 lower; 1.3 190-240 Ibs 25.25-25.75 2-3 240-260 Ibs 25.00-25.25; sows steady to 25 lower: 1-3 300-400 Ibs 23.00-23.50 CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Hogs 4,500; butchers steady .to weak; 1-2 205-230 Ib butchers 26.50-27.00; T-3 200-250 Ibs 26.0026.50; 2-3 230-26.0' Ibs 25.50-20.00; sows steady; 1-3 350-400 Ibs 23.50-24.00; .2-3 '5.00-600'Ibs 22.0023.00. Cattle 10,500; calves .none slaughter steers' .steady ...to. ,2 lower; cows steady'to'50 lower' prime 1,200-1,400 Ib slaughte steers yield grade 3 and 4 30.00 30.75; high choice and prime 1, 225-1,350 Ibs 29.50-30.25; choice 950-1,350· Ibs' -yield -grade 1 ' 2 to' 4 Lee Huffman) Kersey Farmer, Dies 28.50-29.75; 27.75-28.50; good- high 'and · choice choice ant hrnnnh 71V -i mnrlipil .iir m7i J6.50-27.25: choice 1217 Ib beeves 27.15 irougn iu, a meoicai air eva heifers choice and prime 853 ib 2700' uation and field hospital exer- ise is scheduled Aug.. 6-8; the Veld County Fair will be from \ug. 10 through 13. Vonda Kay Van Dyke is cheduled in the lecturer series n Sunday, Aug. 16; another io al reading of literature will be eld on July- 23, and the Kiwan state convention will be here rom Aug. 27 through 30. Pro Football Discussed 'Plans are-being discussed to ring a professional football ex ibition game here late in August and the Centennial Orches tra is scheduling performances under the leadership of loca' directors with guest artists. The Dahlia Society will kick off September events with its annual Dahlia Show of Colorado Sept. 6; the G. I. Forum is planning a Mexican Fiesta from Sept. 13 through 19; the Sheriff's Posse Association convention is scheduled Sept. 18-20, and the Kiwanis Club will again sponsor the U. S. Marine Corps Band in concert on Sept. 27. The final month will see the final Knife and Fork Club salute to the centennial on Oct. 1; another local reading of literature on Oct. 4, and the final speaker in the lecturer series on Oct. 11. Also to be scheduled evenls featuring college and high school football teams, a Northern Colorado juried art exhibition for 30 days and other conventions including the National Association of Retired Civil Service Employes. Plans for Greeley Day have not been completed but 'among ihings discussed is a ball to be :ield in the evening. Committees which have other events scheduled but not listed on the official calendar shoufd notify the Chamber of Commerce as soon as possible. Committee meetings should also be 'isled with the Chamber. l A l l residents, however, in Ward I Community councils emphasiz-l DENVER r \ r -- is NO i wss orTM CHICAGO AP and Mrs. Joe;Two will be welcome, according migrant farmer partieipa-j"';.^TM^ )c, a son on ing to Mrs. Don Lukcnch. Tho'tion would send representatives i. IMS crop s.so, v.s. N O z 6.20' ran i M .: N R; ', : TM K *· will be la.m. to noon. representatives held from lOjto Ihe area councils, which would elect a stale council. 1 -- Chicago Mercantile leady; wholesale buy" "t score AA fi/'-i: Nebraska rats basis. USE TRIBUNE WAN] , Kfics stcarty to firm: wholesale buyinc prices imfhansed to 1 hicher: flfl per cent " r br "" "ratio A whites «'.»; mediums; |43; starvlardj 43: checks 36. irime 900-1,075 Ib slaughter icifers yield grade 3 and ' 27.75-28.25; two loads and par oad 1,000-1,100 Ibs 28.50; choice 325-1,075 Ib yield grade 2 to 27.00-27.75; good and choice 26.25-27.00. Sheep 200;- slaughter .-'lambs teady.. to strong;.'' shipment choice 95 Ib shorn with No. ,, pelts 29.00; short deck choice : 80 b wooled slaughter lamb's'28,00 KANSAS CITY (AP) - Cuttle' .4,000 al\es 250: steers and heifers, stecri 50 II) strong; choice helfors'854 ind weights liarcly clcady;°nrwii l 'Ig 1 instances 1.00.lower; Jcedcrs fully Meads' teors high choice and 'prime 28.00-50 6.50-27.50; mixed good and chnlce 2B 5C 7.00; good 24.50-20.50; 'heifer!(choice:"na rime 25.75-20.50; mixed good and choice aJUHOI good 22.75-24.75: "cow. utility in ommerclal 17.00-18.tt); high dressing ID ·" 50; feeder steers choice 500-650 11) 31 00 3.00; choice 550-700 Ib 30.00-32.00J 60t II) 28.00-30.00; good 500-700 ib 27.50 31.00; 700-950 Ib 23.60-27.50; feeder hclfei good nnd choice 500-750 Ib 25.0fl.2fl 0[j slcpr calves choice 350-450 Ib 33.00-36 50 good and low choice 300-500 Ib 31.00-33.00 heifer calves good and low choice 325 450 Ib 27.50-30.50. Hogs 6,000; barrows.and gilts ntcndj lo 25 lower: large share 1 steady to weak 1-2 215-240 Ib 25.40.50:.1.3:200-250 Ib SSiOO 23; 2-4.250-270 Ib 24.50-25.00; 275 11) M.M sows steady to 25 lower": 1-3 330-400 II 22.75-23.50: 2-3 400.625 Ib 22.00-75. ' Kheep 1,200: lambs fully steady; cwci steady; wooled Ihmbs: choice 28.60-51) choice and prime 28.75; mixed good nm choice 27.50-2fl.00; and prime Nn. shorn lamb's choici and few fnll shorn pells 20.50; shorn ewes cull, utility am good 6.50-8.75. LIVESTOCK ST. .JOSEPH (AP) -- Cattle 5500 calves 250; slaughter steers and heifers steady to 25 lower; cows 50-1.00 lower bulls steady; feeder classes stondy to strong slauRhter steers choice nnd prlhii b I 7 :? 5 ' 28 :"- «? , - - - - --- H53 Ib 27.00 Rood and choice 2-1.75-25.50; Rood 22.50 2-1.00; utility and commercial cows 17.00 1(1.50; cnnnrr and cutter 15.00-17.50; utlli ty commercial and R 0 od hulls 22 50-25 50 choice partly fattened 850-1000 Ib fecdci Si?^?. ? 7 ' c °- 2 7.50, choice partly fattened 020 Ib heifers 25.75. Sheep 1200; slaughter lambs stronR lo 25 higher; slaughter ewes steady: feedei lambs steady to stronR: slaughter Iambi, choice and prime 85-105 Ib wooled 20 25 29.00; slaughter ewes utility and good 7.00-8.50; feeder lambs., choice 50-BO Ib HOJ-S 7000; barrows-'and gilf* steady to 25 lower; 1-3· 190-240' Ib 25.00-25.50, 2-1 240-270 Ibs 24.50-25.25; cows Steady to 25 lower; 1-3 noO-COO-lbs 22.50-2350: 4QQ 600 IbS mostly- 22.75-23.00. -- shipments - . Colorado 4, o. o arrivals l, unloaded 1, rli DENVER (AD -- U.S ; Oct. 24-25-26, 315, 81, 9; CO Washington arrivals l, «..,,.,,.,, verted 0, on track none. Truckins: Colo Market about-steady--100 Ihs U.S. No 1 size A washed unless, otherwise- stated- russetj 6-1-1 oz Colorado 6.00, some fi.75; 50 Ib cartons 80-100. Colorado-WasIilnKton """»ld« mostly 3.50; Washington russets ·4.00; Colorado red AlcClurcs 2W-3W in 5.00: 251, in mln. Colorndo-Wyomlng 10 Ib sacks round rods 50-53 cents, some lower: russets Colorado 52-5B cents: roum reds Colorado 20 Ib sacks U.S. No 2, (15- XI cents. DENVER AP - Market steady, prices mchnnged, demand moderate, -offer-inns idequate. , ' ' Prices paid for consumer - grade p delivered in Denver loose or in c a r . . . , (cartons furnished by buyers) 'cases included: .large AA-44-47U, mostly 44-45; medium ;AA 39-42!£. mostly 3$-10; small AA 28-30, mostly 23-30; large A 42-46','j. mostly 43-44; medium A 3R--1U4. mostly 18-39; large B 31-34, mostly 31,32, CHICAGO CAP) - Futures (rariine on ,he Chicago Mercantile Kxchangc Slonday: Prev. Open High Low Close Close LIVE BEEF CATTLE !C 2.-15 28.52 2B.37 2B.45 2B 50 ib 28.60 2B.70 28.55 20.67 2B.W1 Apr 29.17 29.27 29.10 20.20 20.22 Itih 29.50 29.H) 20.45 20.55 23.55 AUR 29.52 29.M 2!).50 2!).f-0 29.55 Oct 29.00 b29.05 28.95 b29.05 2D.05 Dec 28.90 28.95 2B.RO 28.05 n28.Jif) Snles: Dec .103; Keb 205; April 267; Jnnt; 23G; AIIR .Ifi; Oct Ifi; Dcc'70, 10. Cash Grain CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No 2 yellow 1.34-Vm; No 2 soft red 1.34 3 ,.'tn. Corn No 1 yellow 1.16V4; \0.2 yellow .1.16VJ; No 3 yellow 1.12%-!5',i; No 4 yellow 1.09',4. )ats No 2 extra heavy white 59 3 ,in. Soybeans No 1 yellow 2.39Vin. Soybeal oil 10.40n. 25) Local Market (Corrected to October Pinto Bean Crop: New Crop _.._ _..$7.00 Old Crop Wheat Oats Corn Earlev ... 6.75 . 1.04 . 2.00 . 2.15 .2.00 Lee Benjamin Huffman, who had farmed southwest of Kersey since 1959, ;died -Saturday at Weld County. General :Hospital where he had'teen a'patient for the past 15 day's. 'He -was 53. Born at McClellan, N.D., on . Oct. 12, 1916, . he later lived in Montana, antl 'married Frances Evelyn Olson at Harlem; Mont., on Sept. 30, 1939. They came to Colorado in 1957,. and moved to the present Huffman farm home -in 1959. Mrs. Huffman died Dec. 17, 1964. On June 4, .1966, he married Agnes Ko- - letta Olson in Greeley. Huffman was a. member of the First United Presbyterian Church. - . . · Surviving -.in addition to .his wife, are two daughters; ; Mrs. Laura A. Schw.alm of Los Ala r n q s T N i M ! - ; ' arid' ' M - ' L.' Lloyd-'of ' Billings"; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walt" Huffman .of Red 'Lpdgej Montt, ; - ' and seven grandchildren. ,.'-V · Also surviving are a, siste.r, . Mrs. Phoebe Lorendorf-'of Bill-?lings, and -four (brothers, Dick Huffman . o f ·'·, Billings, George Huffman' of San Diegoi Calif;, Kennetli Huffman of Wash., and Walter Huf Big Timber, Mont. . · · Funeral services will be helcf : ! at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday atthe- First U n i t e d Presbyterian''' ' Church. Interment will be jii- Sunset- Memorial' .Gardens. Ad* : ; amsbh Memorial ^Cjiapfel isjffl-'; charge of arraiigeiii^nts. ^sV Stock Market! '""' Closing Prices (Associated Prtlt) NEW YOHK (AIM Kaiser . 37 -- Monday's selected Kcncott -tS- New York Slock Ex- Kerry 98 innfccj prlfes-,;;. tf Kraftco. J' · .-. Admiral' , e Ch«: ' Alcai . Al · 2Ki-- Yt Lllton J *. i.t^i /, · 5B»+"w' · 2314--.'4 l/)ckhd i Lone. S C : Lone S G 19V.+ V, Wacy 37%+ Yf Allied Ch 30 Allied Str 34+ 1 Allls Chal 2414 Alcoa 7G'i+_ Hess 371*+ "f, Mad Fd Airlln 33%-lMi Mngvox 44M-- Vt Am Brnlls 37Vn+ ft MarHthn 40 + Vi Am lidcst r - ' - ' Am Can ' Am..CySg ·_. .. Am cyan .in*«--n Merck, 1 lorn--U" Am ELI' .12 \~ '/z Minn [. 113 +1 Am Fdy 2MS+% Mobil O 'sift AMul Cl 34!li+ % Monsan 42 -- Yt Am Mlrs 11 -- '/i Mont D U 3M Am KCas K-'A-- L~ Mont Pw 2fl%+ 14 Marcor ; 51 + t jlartliiv j 20% .- D, ' Aln Smelt 3:14+ V Jit st IT 22i-- y« . Am Sid 321-1-- r« Kat Cash 11B +1 Am TJ.-T 5214- % Nat Dlst 20".i- U Ampcx 471t+l Nnt GJTH 20M+1 Ahncond 3M- -1« Nat Ld 31H+ « Armeo StI 30U4- VH Nat Sll 47=!i-- '4 Armour 49Vi-f Vt NfafJ Mp J8\i+ H Armst Ck 30W-t- Mi Nor Pac 43W-- (» ' All rich !)5n/ 4 -[- -Y4 NwBl Airl 33?(i-- Vi . Atins Corp 5V!i N\rt Bane 37W Avon Pd niw+1'.ii Oecitlent 26Tii+ V4.. Ileat Fill 40 Olln 23M+ «,'' Ilcccli Air 201'.+ it Omnrk 22 --T tj Hell How t7 -f 51 Owens I 70 +Hi' Bcndlx 4-t Pnc G R 3HS-- "d . lli'.lh .SJ-. »l?i+ 'i Pnc P L 20V4-- i*«, BoclllB -I- 32VS+ 4 P a c T T 20-lii-t- !i ' Boise Cas 75.4-j-l'A Pan Am 141t-^ H'' Brlf.t My 72 + «ti Piirke 3G T e4- -1i Bnmswk 20 -- % Penh C 35W+ W ; Bucy Iir 21'A Ptmn ,Dlx Mir, , Buitit Co 17»4+ M Penney Burl Jnil ..m+M .pops! j.-./SJlh- M Hurchs · 1BI144- *« PWalr fl6 -- 1« Case .11 l!i!fr-- J A Phil'Mor 32U+ W Cnsllo Ck 31'A+l Phil Pet 27»1 Ciller Tr 43W-- M Polarla 140i«-Htt Celnn Cp GO Procter llOTi-- ] 24* .'i.^, Pub S Col 21V1+1M ,(A 2«-- -14-,-rullman 4ra-4:- 2014 RCA 43H- Ik '· i-- Vt Hjujub Stl 39 -- ?* : i-- Vt Ho. Met 35 -- «* ·' " Jlcy Tob 45?ii+ ,i i Hoyal 46 +1U-. . .-.Safeway 27T4- Vt- Colb-lntsf 42W; SI Jos Ld 38%-- Vt Colu Gas 2Wt-- Vt St Reg P 39W--IVi "oml Solv 2314-- VH Sa Ke lad 29Tii+ "!i Comsat 53%+ V Schcnly 26M+ Vt . Con EdU 28%-- '.(. Schering 5TO+ '-» Con Food 44^h-- "d SCM 31 "A-- Vt · Cont Airl 14'A-- V, Scott P 32 -- « Cont Can 76W+ -"Sft Scars · ulli Cont Oil M1+ -U Shell O 49vi- i 35 -- V. 28%-- 'i 355i- K 48Vi-- V, Dart Ind 51 + ".'t sid'Brnd 47*i+ '4 Deere Co -11 --li Std O Cal 55%+ W Del Mntc 27'A Std O Ind 52 a/ 4+ V. fUllGW 1814- 14 Std O KJ 66«J Disney loa',-i-H!i std Pack 11%- Vt Cont 1) HSVi+l!t Sou Cal Covvlcs 14 + Mi Snu Co Crow Col 32V4+ U Sou Pac Crv.-n Zoll 35-1'.+ % SOU Ry Curtiss W 21 + Id Sperry « Dow Clim 75V1+ '.*! Stnuff Dress tnd 325S+ 'A sterl D iuPonl 118 + =i studwui Kast Air 18 Swift 5 Kodak WA+ X stkrnlx Katon Yn 45'/4+ Vt Tennpeo KlPaso N !8%_ Yt Texaco Kvans Pd 47%-- 1,4 Tex G S Evrahrp 27%4- 14 Tex In? 1-alrch C us +1 Texlrn ?lrcslnc Vt 42!«+ Tl 45-1.+ V, 29S+ It 66*4+1% 2M1+ 1.4 3H4-- 14 2!«- li 136 -- 114 33W+ % 14W+ », - - 54W-- % Thiokol Food Fair 225t- V, Timk ftb 33"+ W I-ord Mot 44%+ Vt Todd Shp 481i+ For McK 20'.ii+-11 T\VA -- " ;rcep Sul 245* Trans An Frueh Cp 46%+ % 'j- r i co n i (lam Sko 24%+ % TnW Gen Byn 25%+ Vt T\vent C Gen Elec 85%-l-li UAL "»" Fds ao%-- Vt Un Carl) , 2914- »k 27V,-- li 3414+ ?4 40 21-1S- H 3214- % 42V1-1 ,.,._, Gen MJIls 3B»/,- V Un Elee MV.+ 44 Gen Mot 7454--Ht Un O Cal 44 G- Tel El 35 - Yt Un PacCp 48H-H4' Gon Tlra 204- «S ,,,, Pac 42 len Aid Goodrch 3t WnUn Jreen Gt ".rej-lind ljulf Oil :icc a M 30?' ifolly Sue. 24 + W - llomestk- S3M+ 1,4 5214+ u Unirysl v , Un Airc 45V5-1M US Pl.y 29J4- Yt US Smlt WVt- !« US Stl 32M!-%,Vnrlan 42 47M+ ?i 11-T4+ ,* 53 6914-- 14. 33 + 14 45 371V- li : 38?i+Hi: 1V4+14- Wn Air I. 2TO+ 14; Wn'Banc Si f. W n U Tel 4ITO_ ·' NEW YORK f AP) Fed liesr 6«+ ' - Mondays selected Frontier America,, stack Ex-Cen Ply clmnue prices: t m, I'rojet Close Chj 17 -y, Husky 0 13T4-- U Kaiser In 20 Mldw Fin! IS54+ 14 Scurry R 2314 Eyntcx Cv -·· STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT NEW YOHK (AP)-Salci. cloalni price nil not charge of the fifteen most ifr ive slocks traded on tho NY Stock E^- hangc. )ccldcn Pet nt Tel Tel nlnnd Stool Invrv. aura in Un "exam m Tel Tol NA Finl- ' linnet NSv omput Kci a:lan Asso mcr Hesft -.114.900 ... 94^00 ,,.. 78,800 -- 7lt,fiOO ... 76,400 '.-" fi9^00 ".'-" B7,W« I"! B4.600. -'."- 58',600 16U 13 It 29V4 NEW YOHK (AP) ^-'Do* JonM itock ver?RM; · · Open Kith Low CMH N.C. mlM. 8CT.« 86S.95 S5J.M «ffl.M --l.M ails 201.78 203.93 2M.41 20237 +1 It tils 115.12 120.30 lld.n 119.28 +8)3 1 Stnrki 286,01 291.01 2B6.05 2S8.7 -H'.SD Transactions in slocks used In aver?pp. . ' p.dnslrials QWJfltt Rail* 159.0W I'tilitics 1H.200 SS SlnckS l,2!0.6ttl i USE TRTeUNETwANT. ADS'

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