Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 25, 1957 · Page 30
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Ut«4 Can and Trackj 51 TOR SALE-- 1*38 Uodun Tem D u7. wuw with '47 nKuur. Own «, rui» r«wf Ph l*T?K. -FINAL SALE 5 Left MUST SELL BY THE 27th! 1954 Dodge 2 ton with grain box. 1JJ52 Dodge .'. ton. 1948 KB-8 International. 1950 Chevrolet truck. 1951 Chevrolet Suburban. Haney's Used Cars A u l f r , Colo. Uierf Con umt Trucki 51 FOR SALK-IM* Porlb* CUdUbi deluie. iuUy equlppwi. fb. isnw. fok SALK-1H4 Ford. rmdi*. bnUr ·nd overdrive. 1416 IBlh A**., tfur 1 P.m "IT.*!' 11 "*' 5 * n»«raitl*pe f» m».. md jinrtm u*rt ridiilori I!M al · ·Jionabi!* repairing Good cud pnco John Thaapcan't G*r*ft. ·01 »U A«. a nT «*T '"° ll " b 1 r^p r* I9o5 Cadillac Coupe Heater, radio, hydramHlic, power s t e e r i n g a n d brakes. Tinted g l a s s , white tires. This beautiful bronze and be,ge two rone has hf.d but one o\\ ner and low, low .miles. 430 8th Ave. Phone 800. McArthur-Wheeler * "A-l" USED CARS 195G BUICK Special 4-Door Hardtop. Dynaflow br " kes ' * 195G CHEVROLET V8 4-Donr Sedan. Radio, heater powerghde. This is the one. 1953 FORD V8 Tudor. Radio, heater, Fordomatic A sound car at a reasonable price. 1953 CHEVROLET BelAir 4-Door. Radio and heater Solid in every respect. 1955 FORD Ranch Wagon. Radio, heater, overdrive Ine dual purpose unit. 1954 FORD V8 Custom Tudor. Radio and heater. Lots of go for the money! Just a Sampling! We've Got Lots to Choose From Garnsey and Wheeler Your FORD Dealer 715 llth Street Phone 220 CALL THESE SALES REPRESENTATIVES ANYTIME Harry Hull, 237SR - Carroll Flack, 094J2 - Lew Kilts. 335 Clarenca "Swede" SwanBon, 131351 - Jim Gardner. 1753NJ Mike Finch, 2E64NII IT DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE WHERE YOU BUY! : 1956 - · · ' Plymouth V-8 4-Door Station Wagon. Hadib, heater, overdrive. Two tone red and white finish. 1955 Ford V-8 4-Door Custom. Radio, heater, blue finish. A special at ?1095. 1953 Jeep Station Wagon. 6 cyl. Heater, radio, overdrive. 1952 Rambler Custom 2-Door Hardtop. Radio, Heater, overdrive, WSW tires. LIFETIME WARRANTY WICKLAND MOTORS Chrysler-Plymouth 404 8th Ave. , .Used Car Dept., Tel. 1352 817 7th Street New Car Dept., Tel. 2945 WE'VE GOT A FEW LEFT . in OLDER MODEL CARS PRICED FOR QUICK SALE! . '60 OLDS 4-Door Sedan. Radio, heater, automatic transmission. Needs a few repairs. For the low price of '46 PONTIAC 2-Door Sedan. Radio, heater, excellent mechanical condition. Good (MQQ rubber, good finish. For the low price of J)ljJ '50 STUDEBAKER 4-Door Sedan. Radio, heater, overdrive. An exceptional '50 model for '50 CHRYSLER Hardtop 2-Door. R a d i a, heater, automatic transmission. A steal at = '41 FORD Tudor. Good tires, motor runs good. For quick sale. _ '50 FORD Tudor Sedan. Radio, heater, overdrive. Above average car. One local owner. $195 $349 $329 $79 r. One local own- (f QOQ MORE TO CHOOSE FROM IN LATER MODEL CARS i- Low Down Payments it Special Terms to Qualifier! Buyers "We Service What We Sell" OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS WELLS MOTOR CO. 1108 8th Avenue Phone 2996 20 Vears in Same Location C»n tad 51 UlrJ Con Trucki 51 FOH gALE-lHI Ucir. Mi. Chap CaoJ traniporUllei Ph IUIII rOK SALE-- 1MB ChevrcM. lull nt. i ^·Kihr l e £ a ilB Ate. FOH SALE--1 Sit Kurd n,up,. U R SALE - 1»! ftud VlcurU ' Cr«tl;nr, l»o lonf Itlut. £ic«l)eDl I Chfv. tonr'l. t'.n rendition. Ph. 016IK3. I luei. top. d.:. Sc · I I'b. sn. USED CARS '57 -Ford V8 Sedan '57 Chev. V8 St. Wagon '56 Ford V8 2-Door. '56 Chevrolet Sport Sdn. '56 Plymouth Sedan. ' '56 Chevrolet 2-Door. '55 Mercury Hardtop. '55 Chevrolet Hardtop. '55 Pontiac Hardtop. '55 Buiek Hardtop. '55 Ford V8 2-Door. '55 Ford V8 Sedan. '54 Mercury Hardtop. '54 Mercury Sedan. '64 Ford V8 2-Door. '53 Chevrolet Sedan. '52 Buick Hardtop. '52 Studebaker Hardtop. '51 Pontiac 2-Door. '51 Chevrolet Sedan. '50 Chevrolet 2-Door. '50 Buick Sedan. '50 Pontiac 2-Door. '50 Buick Hardtop. '49 Chevrolet Sedan. '49 Mercury 2-Door. '55 Chevrolet l/ 2 T. Pkup. '54 Chevrolet Sed. Del. '53 Chevrolet % T. Pkup. '52 Chevrolet i/ 2 T. Pkup. -'51 Chevrolet Panel. '49 Ford Panel. '50 Ford J/o T. Pickup. '48 Ford 1/2 T. Pickup. OPEN EVENINGS EDWARDS · CHEVROLET CO. USED CAR LOT 1310 Eighth Avenue Phone 932 Hcuifr 0 Auto froileu 53 · · I r t yQtt SALK^-19J3 ?IJ fi. Ntw Uma trailer. GooJ ryndillon. All niuJ- · rn^ I'b. illlSJI. I3ii HODIIL 45 f l . l l b i i r r . irli ir LrmJe (ur u»ilt«r Ukilcr. I'h. 43UOJ ^fier 5. W A N T K I i !· Irjy. 3.1 or 40 f.x.i t r t i l r r tii-urp. in fi.oil shjil'i-. v r r f . t r u L l y 'iJ m,J,-l ur Ihu- r . l U x c ca.b. W r l t f noi X.ID. c.-o Trlbun... HJK SALr-N-1952 36 ft. Mbrrir inilrr houne. Luw down paymtrol. .SH Kl SroH'i Stilt* Kn.t Tniler C_ouri._!jOl 3S. ·Ttrr fi p.m. TOR SALK^SO fi. I'am. Am I9S4 2 liflrof-m c o m p i f l P with bal*i. TV, cooler, eiir« lire. Coll 2ir.!M bfier. naani. SJSUO. 1956 Air Conditioned GO Siietial 4 door. Heater, radio, hydvarruMi:, power stccrinj; and luakes electric windowt iind seat. VI a n y other exclusive Uadillac extras. One care- !ul owner, 16,400 actual miles. Save $2.000. 811 7th Street. Phone 399. McArthur-Wheeler Classified Index inaouncemenu ---Aih UaaliDB _ Auto Service A Supplies , toard Room _ _. Doala Sapplia _ Building MBtMiBl __ ncaa OpportunlllH _ nesa Services __ Chrlittnas Gifl Guida _ Coal Wood _ ^dacaton InatraclioB 'Bra Equipment ' 'or Rcntr--ApU'. 'or Reni--Farms a Tncra _ 'or Rent--Goraga or Rent--Houia -- ·or (lent--Ul. Homes. Cabin 'or Kent--Office Span 'or Rent--Rooms Vegetables :«r. Gr.lo, Feri Help Wanlrt lousehold Gooja House Auto Trailer! . fl 60 . 11 20 . IB . 18 15 21 22 Ifl 39 37 _ j t ' i Swap Livestock ,os1 A Foijnd iiaeellnnwus lonej to LOBD itoney Wanted Hoteli IOVIDE Musical Ii Storage . IT SI 24 IS 'entonals 'et Sloci 'oultrr --_._ 'rofesalonal Sar^lces - leal Eitatt . . oofinff A IniulaUon «da. PlmnLi. Flowen eirinc Uaehlnea-VacuiUDi Wxnted _ .-aniportfltion railer Space V-Radio Serrlcea sed Cars Trucka Wanted To Rent Machine* it 93 44 10 S Used Cars and Trucks 51 DUTCH AUCTION Price Reduced $10.00 Each Day Until Sold 1951 BUICK EIVIERA HAEDTOP COUPE Dynaflow, radio, heater, seat covers, good tires. Mechanical condition good. A REAL BARGAIN $430 Prices are born here--and raised elsewhere! McMILLEN MOTOR CO. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer 1412 8th Avenue Phone G15 ECM, Euratom Next Goals of French Premier PARIS l/H -- Ralificalion or the European Common Market and Emal.om treaties now arc Premier M a u r i c e Bourges-Maunoury's neit goal since his lax program has squeaked through the S'ationa 1 'Assembly. The Assembly ga've Bourges- Maunoury a 251-210 vote of confidence Monday night on his plans to raise more lax revenue to build up France's near-bankrupt treasury and finance the fight against the nationalist rebellion in Algera. Although Bourgcs-Maunoury jained a narrow victory on the ssue lhat toppled Uic government of Guy Mollct last month, more than 100 A s s e m b l y members stayed away or did not vole. The vole was Uic first parliamentary showdown for the 42- r ear-old Premier since his coalition of middle-road and Socialist members came to power less than two weeks ago. Bourges-Maunoury went into the confidence test with a terse speech in which he warned the Assembly lhat there U no way lo reduce tie bills France must pay. Support from the Iclt-of-cenlcr Popular Republicans ( M R P ) and most of the conservative Independent Republicans provided his margin of victory. Voting against Ihe govtrnra(j|t were Uie left ind right extremes, the Communists and Poujadists, augmented by followers of former Premier Pierre Mcndes-Francc. The next major issue for the new government is slalrd for July 2, when the treaties for the six- Hoffa Hired Him To Spy on Probers, Wilness Testifies Tuesday, June 25, 1937 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 15 Firefly Season On MARKETS i season in Baltimore. WASHINGTON if -- John Cye' Eighty-live youngitiTs t m i n g h i Cheasty testified Tuesday lh»t la-.'^eir catches to John Hopkins Un; D K M I : B LIVESTOCK ,bor boss Jimmy HofTa offered him!'versily Mor.day night as the six-! so!!""TM^""^^^ mtad'"?^'^ l$lS,Cyi to spy on the Senate rack-' wee ^ season officially opened.' N t l - ] -2 barrowi n.oa:i.i5;. cot strict!? 'ets investigiting committee a n d ! Each coHected 25 cents per 100 'jSSfJl ^'u JS.' i"i!? ; Ko' h iWrS= ;argued'it would be a short Urm fireflys. j a o«s 3TM.us ibj. 17.75-18.15'. :j(«)--ihar the iabor probe would -^ nridtiate student exptainocl soon Ciile out. ' t h a t thr firefly lails are used in Cheasly, chief government wil-:' n e university's research studies' ness in Hoffa's bribfry-con'spiracy on the conversion of chemical . . . s sletdy lo i irons: leed- . i t e a d : choice and prime trial also quoted Hoffa as saying a Uilrd person--not named--had offered for $25.000 to prevent t h e j A i jsubpoenaing o[ any 12 people Hof-'"' fa wanted to name as potential' committee witnesses. j Mercy into lighi. He said Hoffa told him I think the fellow could deliver o n ' the contract." Cheasty related a story of being approached by Ilyman I. Fisch- Mist Vivian A. Matters, M, lits bach who he said propositioned in Sussex County |iil it Newton, him lo become a spy on the coi N. J., June 17, where the li being held after she wit dlurmtd. in Detroit She entired the building with · shotgun, looking for in officer who gave her a ticket for a traffic offense. (AP Wirephoto) AdmiUcU lo Weld County Gen- and choice feeder iprir; lambs 18.5019.00. fink- 2.000; Fed ktetr* ind heUeri « iremcly urirven, eirlv M'.es f u l l y nit-idy. liter trade barely iiejiiy; cows uneven; hii;h iniliiy and cnmy.frcli! .'leidy; bulls si-arc?, nearly to S3 lower: ^ o r h e i a ind f t d Meers un.i'rr !2'W lb,. 23 00-53 GO; hifih to trst ecnth JtoborU Geiscr, 1218 Elgin- | O M V 1 M LIV j; street; Pamela Gunlcr-1 iio Ka b-,ooo: Kefauver Raps Eastland Move To Curb Court \VASHINGTON Ifl -- A. proposed conslilutional amendmcnl whicl would make Supreme Courl jus liccs, subject lo Senate approva every four years was prolesled by Sea. Kcfauvcr (D-Tenn) Tuesday He said it would inject politics into the court's deliberations. The amendment was iulroduccc lale Monday by Sen. Easllant (D-Miss), chairman of Ihc Senate Judiciary Committee, and Sen CHin D. Johnston (D-SC)," a com mitlcc member. Eastland callec the move "an attempt lo save our form of government." Almost simultaneously, Representatives Andrews (D-Ala) and Mason (R-I11( said they are spon soring a move to win support among House colleagues lo slarl impeachment proceedings against all the members of the courl. "We hope to have at least 100 members of the House either sponsor Ihc resolution or inlro duce individual resolutions of their own," Andrews said. "We are get ting one of the best lawyers in America lo prepare an impeach mcnt resolution." Easlland and Johnston inlro mann, -123 Fourteenth Andrea and Kiivin King, 613 Thir- j icenlh avenue; Charles Jameson: Barrciwi and ciltJ fully slt-jrty lo ?i higher; TrAztd I Braile butchers lw-210 ma uetl Grade loui JOO-IW Uu Dccome a spy on Ihe com-! , : -·"""·.»- ·" j.uiu-suu : ,a ,,,,. , sm . ,,,,,, ,,,, ¥ f d ,,,,,, Slaff and tOOk him to HOffa I ' A u r o r a ; ° Irs - IvCUhen Erick- steady [u S hither: red heilfrs steady lo oil. "" * H0£fa son, 518 Sixth street; Charles : S^r veS'Sdy'^eal, SS: nation Common Market and joint development of nuclear en- (i r j a ]. s ergy-Euratom-come up for rali- [ A , ikc vicw w duccd their amendment proposa after [he Supreme Court 'Mon day set aside three contempt of Congress convictions growing oui of investigations of communism by the Senate Internal Security "ubcommittee and the House Committee on Un-American Acitivites. Eastland is c h a i r m a n and Johnton a member of the Senate sub- ommitlee. iJoth also have been ritical of the court's rulings a i n s t racial segregation in chools and other public places. The Supreme Court, in reversing ic three contempt convictions, di- cctcd a lower court to reconsider cases in the light of its dcci- ion last week overruling Ihe con- cmpt conviction of John T. Watins. An Illinois union leader, Wai- ins had refused to answer ques- lons of the H o u s e committee bout past Communist associates. The court said in the Watkins ase t h a t congressional commit- ces must be more specific in -,eir questioning and thai Con- ress must be more.exact in dc- ming the jurisdiction and pur- oscs of its committees. Eastland accused the court of attempting to consolidate all gov- rnmental p o w e r in its own ands." and added in an interview hat "in the past Ihrce years the court has placed an entirely new m e a n i n g on OLT Constitution." Eastland said the court has become "a policy-making body" and iLs members "therefore must be approved by the people or the people's representatives" at regular He said Ihe proposal was thai he should feed information to Hoffa. Cheasly said he wanted 52,000 a month but lloffa proposed an SIS,000 price for the "whole job." Cheasly explained lhat Hoffa, in Ihpir February conference in Hoffa's Detroit office, said nobody could tell how l o n g (he probe, headed by Sen. McClellan ID- Ark) would run. But he quolcd Hotfa as expressing Ihe opinion Uic investigations would run only a few months and "then Bob Kennedy would gc away [or the summer to Hyannis," and there would be only a litlle mon in the fall. This referred lo the McClellan committee's chief counsel, Robcr Kennedy, ann 1 to the Hyannis f.iass., summer resort on Cape Cod. I?rinlV' f l ' 1 1 I'ncda |j,, ri i y Shaver, 929 Fourth Slrccl; Charles ;" und feeder classei st-arce unchanged; J. Carey, Kersey; Mrs. F r i e d a ' ' ' " " Itupple, Johnstown; Randall Lee Kinnison, 1003 Franklin drive; ; c Esther Monloyn, Route 1; Elsie E. = Erickson, 1010 Eighth .street; "SI uniiuerL-iii] 'iilcra choice 24. ·s 2125-23.73; ullllly and J3.7j-lii.UO; £00d and . . . L.irly -izlcs ·50 higher; shorn slaught illy kU-aOi'; fuoder lam -hok-i ns lan-.hi CWPB aen- ady -..-.. Ju .., .,,,,, ^,^1111, .IIIL-UI, m i a. im-.-ik; ,-hok-t 10 iirimi' sprlnc Iambs 2300- Gcorge Jloorc, Gill; Ncls M a r t i n ··-·'*'· cl "' k B"«I ana r hnir» murd old I n v p l a n r l - M i - ' l ? / i - n 17 c i n 1 I (1 rop lani'm, ..r.d vearlinRn No 1 In fall ,, *.,'.' ""· llo - c F - ^Ock-S. 'shorn wlis »i.»,ly ai H.SO, cull la c aod 1715 Eighth street; Fred Herman. i s l l o r n c "'" 3-oo-7.m. Albertson To Be at Ball State James H. Alberlson, 31, a mem her of the Colorado State College faculty since 1950 who has been on leave since September, 1955 to study lor a doctor of education degree at Stanford University, ha been appointed administrative as sislanl to Dr. Jack Emens, pres ident of Ball Stale Teachers Co legc al Muncic, Indiana. The degree of doctor of educa lion was conferred upon Albci son at [he June 16 commencemcn at Stanford University. Dr. Al bertson's doctoral study was made at the original suggestion of the National Education Association and was on the subject of the influence of the National Education Association on teacher education. 'he association is studying the work of Dr. Albertson with a view o publishing it. Dr. Albertson, who is an assist- int professor of education at Colo- ·ado State College here, is leading this summer at the summer esslon, but will leave Greeley ale in August to take up his du- ics al Muncie Sept. 1. Mrs. Albertson who is Ihe former Janice Gray of Colorado Kalon; Ilonnic Wayne Busman, .en Ealon; Mrs. George K i m b a l l , ' . " llldl 2-103 Twelfth avenue court; Mrs. l » p i s h u Shelby l.ec Burke. LU Salic; Mrs. | sl " uv . Edmonds C. Pnrris, 1005 1'lcas- .Khfri ant Acres drive; Mrs. Minnie Bowles, lioncll home; Peter C. Anderson, Fort Luplon; Mrs. Wade Snorgrass, Kccnesbiirg; . _. Mrs. Henry Schaefer Roule 2; j"^ Elallsh , rr ,.,,,, a , M ^ Mrs. Edna LOVC, La aallc; Mrs. l« 23 conis hlslicr, a n n vealera were Leo L. Piwonka. Millikcn. i^Jj- ne « 1 i lts «*« 7aw catue, aoo v Dismissed: Roberta Geiscr. 1213 | ^spring iambs Eighteenth street; Patricia Dillcy. Millikcn; Eugene Fred Woisz Jr., 3001 High drive; Ernest Lofgren, 1022 Fourteenth slrccl; Andrew Lo- lotf. Roulc 3; Mrs. Mirlc E. Frccl, Copples Court; Mrs. Esther Brchon, 514 Eleventh slrcci; Mrs. Leo E. Craven, La Salic; Benjamin II. Wykcrt, Ault; Olen C. Ford, Johnstown; Mrs. Minnie Moore, 1003 Fifth street; Charles A. Hatcher Jr., Greeley; Manuel Espinosa, Grcclcy; Guadalupc Ochoa, Ber- [houd; Elias Trcvino, Johnstown; Tiburcio Cardoza, PlaUcvillc; Mrs. Vern McMullen, Bird City, Kan.; Mrs. Harry Rowan and son, La Salic; Mrs. Ccsario Nunico and daughter, KcTsey; Mrs. Emmctt Derr and son, Pierce; Mrs. Dcl- bcrl J. \ViUman and son, Route 3; Mrs. Dwayne D. Butler and daughter, Eaton; Mrs. Wilbur Ross, 2533 Sixteenth avenue court; Mrs. Floyc Lopez and daughter, 302 Tenth street; Mrs. William G. Moffett LIVESTOCK Iiu4!i v.i'ra steady to 25 cents i-iiluy, with Ihc decline OB ivrr -Hi) pounds. Sows were 25 i-cnls o f f . Several loti of ly No 1 and 2 200 to 220 pound* iiTb liroui-hl 5JU.10 lo J2C.35, the leal top. r\«ccipts wore B,000 Prime Bleera of all wclRlita. and choice -iik-i o \ e r 1,250 pounds wort steady. I her craili'i were steady to 25 ccnia ., , i - - ^ . Scvei-ii] loiiilv ol prime l/iUO 10 U75 KCCncsblirg; pound prime sleers sold at 525 50 lo n I cher, and old crop lambs and year* llnfis were steady. A small lot of cha;ce and prime 100 pound sprln f f lamba .old aL 522.75. Receipts lolnlcd 500. KANSAS CITY LU'ESTOClT Cattle JJOO; L-alves 300; averacc good In avcracc i-holre fed steers under 1,200 Ib.i 21.50-23.50: lilfili soort n n d choice helf- urs 22.00-23.25: utlllly and commercial KOWS 13.25-15.501 eotld anrt choice veal- ers and slaufihier calves 18.00-20.00. Iloei 3.000; Bieady; mined U.S. No 1-3 130-225 Ib 13.25-75; mixed No 1-3 IOWB . 31HMUO Ihs 15.75-17.25. Slieep 3.000; few e n t l y lales good and liolco sprlnc elauchtci- lambs Bleady- 3-00-21.00; cull lo rood shorn- ilauBhler -vrs largely 3.50-0.00 steady. LOS ANGELES LIVESTOCK" Cattle 700: Slaughter clunsca mostly uaily; slnndard and Kood 800 to 1050 lb tors ID.50-22.75; heifers scarce; odds and ends standard and Rood IB.00-2L 50- merclal i ;art utillly 16.50-17.50; bulls scarce, few . .. =nd commercial 16.00-ig.oo-. medium und cwd. mixed weight feeder ·' J 7.00-20. M. res 100: Slauchlcr calves steady it 13.00-21.50; good to choice slockcr ate«r cnlvcs 21.00. HORS 425; sternly: craln fed barrows nnd Ellis icarcc and poorly lesU-d; bulk mixed .iiallly 130 to 2CO 1G.00-10.50. Ibs 20.00-20.50,- sowm Sheep 25: No early Bales. POTATOES Monday 317, Colo. I rucks ly; 100 Ib sacks U.S. No A unless oilicnflse scaled: new round rcifc U.S. No I 3.00-3.25; and son, Edgewater; Pamela G u n - | ; arrived Am. u. call/, is.- unji lermann, 423 Fourteenth avenue; I Ariz ^"cfur "e! 0? track 49i ' Mark Anthony .Lawing, Longmont. f ·'» rar '' 1 11 size Chicago Grain ' I General bid to growers for 1955 crop CHICAGO (fl - Reports of gOOd K^r uT"'o ""and "So^/or "J" business Steadied wheat fll- \ No 2: Great Northern Nebraska rate uasis selllnj: C.10 for U.S. No 1 and 5.85 "uesday but other grains were' " f the time. Large exports in wheat and soy- cans, with more in the offing, it eariy profit taking in- uenccd by a return to clear eather in the Southwest. CIIICAT.O GHAIN TAHLI- Campni J l.'imb, v prime steer - ... beef, c,ilf weak throughout; WHEAT (old) ay Jllgli fication. This is expected to bc Ihc key debate so far as the two treaties arc concerned. Qualified by John . slon, but Kefauver, chairman of t h e J u d i c i a r y Commillee's subcommittee on constitutional Springs, and their four children j WHEAT ' July September are slaying with her parents a l | i Colorado Springs Ihis summer | bVccmbcV while Dr. Albertson is leaching at Greclcy. The children are Stephen Mark, 8, Cynthia Lynn, 6, Charles Paul, 4, and Philip Neal, 16 months old. In February, 1955, while he was director of admissions and coordinator of off-campus student leaching for the college here. Dr. Albertson was notified of his selection as a recipient of a teacher sludy grant for one year made I by the Danforlh Foundation of St. March May September December March May OATS July September December 2,03% 2.13 2.10-ii, 2.13','j 2.1B1, 2.20'i 2.15 2. OH 2.11 2.16 2.0014 2.11", i 2.1(P H .71 .70 Hi .' -73 '.73* -- - I.2.1H 1.2214 -M 1.33V, 1.32 ' prime steer carcases. COO-BOO II) -12.00- ·11-10; [y-|me veal M-12H lb 4I.00-Jrj.OOj cliolce anil prime sptlne lamb 44.00-lff.lM,- cholL-c :ii](l prime old crop under 53 lb 4-1.00-16.00; choice slecr hindquarters -Ifl.OO- 52.00; ribs 45.00-32.00; arm chucks 23.00- U E N V E R EIJUS A V D POtlLTET n«s market slcnriy; demand niodcrale- n f f u r i n R s l i h c r n l ; prices paid delivered Dcnvpr fur *KSB candled and p r a d r d In Denver, cases Included; JarRC wtlte.i AA 22-23. A 27-30. II 22-2u; |ar B c mixed AA 30-33. A 2700. 11 22-2C; medium whiles A 22-27; 11 lfl-23; m r d i u m mixed A 22-27. " ll'^mal" 1 " A I8 " 23; UndcrBracI(;s '"E" 1-lve poultry m a r k e t steady; demand modiM-ale; oflerlnas liberal; pi-Ires paid drllverrd Denvnr: hens heary type VA bro "" s j C H I C A G O n u i l K H AND EfifiS .66 a ^ | IlLtlcr steady; receipts 1,430,000: whole- .K7*i I sale buying prices unchanced; 53 score ,70 7 i AA SD: ,T2 A 59; DO D 56'a! 83 C 55. 7 2 - ' i , c n r . s 3'J D 57; B9 C 5514. ECHS barely .steady; receipts 11,900; wholesale buylnc pricrs unchanged- G5 per cent or heller A w h i l e 29; mixed 23; mrdlum.1 27; s t a n r l n n K 2B. d'nlci 25-j; checks 23j current receipts 26V,. oy me L»amortn tounaauon oi M. (Mar . _ \^ Wt 1 3Z i ; \ 3 ,,j r , -- i^ouis, MO. Aibcnson chose to ex-1jTMTM*TM* ,, .,,;. j Coroner s Jury Blames orrtirn thn m-inl n C l n n f n _ J i e . . ' ~ _ _ _ . _ ^ ·*' JJ "" ! ' ercisc the grant at Stanford. . ; September 223^ 22a'/» 222^ Al Ihe time of the ward IherejE^" . ~^ Ng !^{ f^j were 51 such grants made by the March 2.32 a.aiw 2"a2' I.Ann July Danlorlh Foundation out of more lhan 500 applications and no other awards we're made in Colorado and only five were made to teach-1 December ess college faculty members. 13.07 J3.60 13.40 .. 12.87 13.47 1277 13.22 13.03 12.10 13.27 J3.07 n.tio ij.w ; K A N S A S CITY CASH ( . R A I N in Sfafe Patrol Car observers aerce that if France ral- amendments, said (he court pro- ifies the accords, the parliaments i v i ( , C 5 .., bal:incc whcc , l h a [ in Italy, West Germany, Belgium, | r o r m s , vcry u s c f u l funct ion " Holland and Luxembourg will' .., , h i n k j t wou]d bc hfs cf , cc . quickly follow suit. ' l i v e if it were subjected to politi- Bourgcs-Maunoury intends to;,,.,, c n n s i r t c rations in this way make the ratification an issue of ^ c s a j j confidence lo help push the agreements through. Stork Express Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Don McWilliams of 2701 County General hospital. Supreme Court justices now have life tenure, after being confirmed by Ihc Senate. PUEBLO in -- A Pueblo county coroner's jury ruled Jlonday night . . . r -, , , ,, . i - - . - · - - - ....«.., i lhal Ihe accident June 15 -which M * r ±^i£^!ffi^ his bachelor of arls degree from 2 , r . cd "' CSCE in 1949 and his maslcr of ' arts degree here in 1952. lie also has done graduate work at the! University of Washington. For one! year he taught in a junior high school :t Sealtle, Among the other posts he has held at the college i; No 3 Com 32 cars; nom K'hKe 1.60-1.7DN: No 1 Mil'i nia!/r 2.17-2.2'). K a / i r 2.1-5-3 2rtN. Hyc 1.U1-1.J7N BBrlcr 91-77N. Soybean. Z.33-2.35N. Bran 33.51-31.; in Greeley arc those of acting co-' CIIICAr . 0 c .; s ^7,-,--,v-- ordinalor of student affairs, di-| when NO s'red aii,'.\n 2 mi sariirk reclor of the Student Union and The adopUon of a constilulional j an assistant in the department of a m e n d m e n t requires Ihe approval! public relalions. of (he Senate and Uic House by a ! His falher, the Rev. Cyrus two-third majority and ratification · avenue a i b y three fourths of the stales. i India Hymns Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Keith Fish-, f,- EW Y ORK im - A revised and er of P-114 Jackson boulevard a | cn | 3 rged h y m n a l for the use of .. e .. uu .« ,,. ,,,, tulll:l . e ul UIC! . daughter Monday, June 24, al fteld i Iroquois i nriisrls 5 p c a k i n g ( b c Mo . lcy l h c eldcr Alberti0n ,,,, ( " r i i i n i T l ^ n n r t r a l h A t n i l a l i . , ^ . . . . ' . ·«·«*.· »wu ruv ill/,|| C| r ppf berlson is pastor of the First Mcth- j odisl Church al Scaltle and has served as paslor of Mclhodisl churches in Brush, Loveland, Denver and Colorado Springs, all in | .,.- w Colorado, and at Tacoma, Wash.! ,, , A rr r -.^,. n i n _f IL- n :_ ^ i m a r k e t A graduate of the college in Grce- County General hospital. Slipup sirs:, j h a w k - O n c i d a dialect has been pub-' served as assisUnt pajtor'of the 7^ I Hshed. Mclhodisl church in Greeley while V MILWAUKEE W - Herman Kubiak, Milwaukee County Clark, is- The first hymnal, published In Brooklyn 19 years ago, was edited by Ihc Rev. Dr. Davis Hunroe Cory, a Presbyterian minister who sued the annual county directory | held regular worship services for of public officials and discovered ' the ifwiuois colony in Brooklyn. lo his cmharrasjmcnl, t h a i h i s . Rcprinied once, the h y m n a l suf.- own lillc had been changed. On ply was exhausted. Dr. Cory un- Pagc 17 of the booklet Ihc list of officials and their lilies included this one: "Herman Kubiak, County Kubiak." A printer's error was blamed. dcrlook a new h y m n a l , adding newly translated hymns and including various aids lo worship such as Ihe Lord's Prayer and the Ten C'' . . i m a n d m c n l n , V, he atlcndcd college here. Four olhcr former CSCE faculty members are now leaching al Ball Slate at Muncic. They arc Louis Inglchart, Lester Schmidt, Don Bamis and Dave Richmond. a.zd'i-z.M'i; NO wood, 78, and his wife, Jeanne, 74, 3' 2 N-o"'j · |)0 " 1 ° r Denver, could h a v e been 6N; NO s ' a v o i d e d had he yielded Ihe right- : Tlie juror.;, silling st Parkview Episcnp.-il Hospital here lo permit testimony of Patrolman i James BcL, 38, who was injured j w h c n h\r, c.ir rollidcd wilh Gar! wood's, found there was no criminal intent anywhere. 133-.'' ."·,'"·)'*'i ji"' ! 'v i t l c n c c showed Garwood and ciii*' I.MIJ."]!!',. o'ji's hi« wife ivere killed In the crash Nr!T"c''io'rc 1 30 f °" r m '' Ci " OI t h ° [ Pucl ' 10 On U .S. Highways 83-87, when he t u r n e d from the northbound lane direcl- iiy into the path of Bell's south. bound patrol car, (raveling 55 ; miles an hour on the four-lane u i u ~ I*" 1 S ? C ' K Oarwood was an attorney, bounced hacK from five daily dcsliss? T u e s d a y , Ncw o j l ( I r i l l i n g js bcirs ,,,,. general rally, frading tt-as i d j l ( v | in Co | ombia Bo?ota reports _ Ic Tuesday afli-rnoon. i : !^^ Volume for Ihc day wa? esli-1 I CCQl 2.tU-i, No 2 corn No 2 yt. · amplp erad*; ., No 1 w h l t r 71',, Barler n n m i n ^ I : ': Ittcl Bi-l.j. a 2,000,000 shares compared with 2,0-10,000 Monday. Leading issues were up 1 lo 2 points with prices around Ihcir best of the day lale in Ihc session. Dulch lugs will low the Argcn- compiled n' TI.C A tine warship Moreno 14,500 miles Ju " lo Hikari, Japan, to be broken up for scrap. (Corrected to June 25) Wheat, hu. S1.81 Oats, r;w[. S2.10 Hurley S2.00 Pinlo beans, cwl. S8.CO USE THI TRIBUNE WANT ADS Net chime Tuetdav Prev. d«y Week Jjo Month igo M is '15 M |A large eggs nrlual H a i l s i;ill S;orki; A m e d i u m eggs A2.J A1.3 D0.1 A1.I . . M5.t» 121-0 73 3 lfll.6 2B7.2 122.7 73.1 180.2 Heavy hens Heavy Lights Light hens -- 30C 28C 14C IOC

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