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:» GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Fri., March 12.1171 Stock Market New York stock EMKd Exchange selected Eaton prices: ElPaio AlcanAI IJ', + 1 EvinsP AlldCh «w i, Ixxon AIMS, S7-.H-: la"? 1 AllsCh isi»+ i, Fresln A'cw »., f ». FMCS Amax 53 fU, FdFair AHe« IB - i. FordM AmAir If, f i, ForMck ABrnds 41 , ,, FrecpM AmBdc »i* H Fruehl ACan is».f *, GamSk '" Ganet i GenDyn i Gen El . GnFood GenMI GnMot ) GPubU 'i GTelEI . I 1 1- « 113', t3 37'i- I MtStTol NatDis NalGyp Nlllnd NalSII NCR NiaMP NwtAir Nwlfinc OcciPt OlinCp Omark OulMar Owenlll PacGas PacPw P«CTT T£J5!!± _S* RKETS 'Centennial Whims' at First of Greeley IS'i SMOInd 10*- *k Jwooh SIS- H staulC 2*v 4 - 14 S i w0g I2*«4- ^Sluwor 31*.- 'A Tektrnx «Vi Ttledyn l«i--I Tennco 43", f H T««0 W» Texgtf 31 H Tfilni SI'lH 1 /* Textrn 2P/.+ '.i. Thiokl ' Tlmkn 1JV)-- i. AmElP ill, AmMol t', Amsind IS AmTlT 54', AIIRCH B?'. Alia! ii.. Avwipd 19'. BeatFds M BpecnA 7IH BellM I]i, i GTIre H -- », 13 -- "* SS til, 3! - 1, Celanse CM Id Cc»na Chmpln H '* Goodyr '/3 Grace H'.i CrGiant IB'.i-t * - *· Greyhd 161,- ' 1 ) GuJtO 2 3 ' , . · - i Heelo 17 - ', Hewlip 110".+ i - ', HollyS 38Vj- V P«co PenCnl PtnDix Pepsi Piiitr PhelpD PhiiMof Phil PI PofroW ProcGar PSvCol Pugid Pulmn R C A Reps II »*f TodShp TWA Transom TrlCon TRW Tw*nCt UAL 2i''i+ V« UnCirb «*»+ )k Unglec *1»i UnOCal SJ tl', UPac 4U»-- H unlryl ilS'.H Ik UnilBdV I6W-- '-· UnllCp uSGyp 33*» + a USIna ' i ** USSII f * UOP 11+ H Utirtln t Ik Varian *,* 1, Warnr ',+1 WnAir '*+ ^ WnBnc »»-- *t WUrtlon ?,- n wettEl '.'. Weyhr II t- .i i II!,f M 21V.- \t 34{|t H 131k- I) 2S*.+ V* 13'i- »k 7SV 4 - \t 134- '.* 4?'.it 1/4 77 + ^ 7*4 B -- V* e 1 ^ M -f *k 41i- Li 87'-. - ',, 10'/. ' 711,+ J II + ' SOCalE 70 3S',+ '.i 411,+ 1, 31', f H 1 Macr MadFd MaraO MartMa McDnia McDnD Merck 1 MMM Mobil MonDU NEW YORK (AP) - Dow Jones Hock Op«n Higii Ltw Claw Chg. Indus 9*8.50 1001.47 993.7* 1003 31 11 03 Tranj 310.10 I13.fl 709.76 711.51 +1.51 Utill H.79 B7.A5 B6.43 87 76 +0 37 65Stks J04.53 307.57 301.73 305.91 +7.18 Transactions In stocks ulM fn oyer- Industrials Trans pgrlalii Utilities 45Stocks ... 2,191.800 (15,000 284,900 3,093,700 from the CARROLL RIGHTER INSTITUTE FORECAST FOR SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1976 GENERAL TENDENCIES: Use creative abilities for practical benefits. Let your close conpanions know you are aware of their best points and so build a new harmony. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Contact congenial* early for recreation. Show male more devotion and b« happier. Use care in the expenditure of money. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to Miy 20) Entertain at home. Get that new interest working intelligently now. There can be much success in it for you. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Plan daily routines more successfully. Come to a better understanding with associates. Make the evening a happy social one. MOON CHILREN (June 22 to July 21) Find some way to increase prosperity, since you like to live in fine style. Contact the right persons. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You have clever ideas and can now get a good deal accomplished. Dress to make a good impression, A happy, wciable p.m. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Contact those who have good ideas for your advancement and make fine plans for the future. Be happy with loved one. LIBRA iSept. 23 to Oct. 22) Consider how to gain personal goals. Plan amusements that relieve tensions. Be yourself and bring more joy to others. SCORPIO {Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Contact influential persons you know who can be of assistance in your career or personal life. Help with civic matter. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Get busy at whatever gives you more inspiration. Make contacts that bring right information. Avoid a gloomy person. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Plan how to best handle vital obligations and stop worrying. Show devotion to loved one. fie more willing to give. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Go over any agreements you may have with others and make sure they are correct, well understood on both sides. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Show others your fine capabilities and gain their support. Make sure your surroundings are in fine order. Use artistic talents. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN T O D A Y . . . he or sht would do well in places of responsibility, heading organizations, etc., so give the finest education and slant it in such directions, whether male or female. Don't neglect to praise for any exceptional work done, otherwise the Incentive lieie will be lost. "The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of your life is largely up to YOU! FORECAST FOR SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1976 GENERAL TENDENCIES; Think over plans to make your life more efficient in all areas -- work, outside matters, home and family, and friends. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Try to be of greater service to others, gain their goodwill. Make better plans with partners. Entertain at home in p.m. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Be cheerful with others and raise both your and their spirits. Dress charmingly and make a fine impression. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Make your home more attractive and comfortable for future happiness. Study a new interest carefully before acting. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Get into the spiritual studies that will elevate your consciousness and make the future brighter. Show diplomacy. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Study financial position and improve it. Reduce expenses. Make smalt, necessary repairs at your home. Improve wardrobe, VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Study your appearance and health and do whatever will improve both. Then contact good friends, but avoid those who are burdensome. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Plow through work with flying colors, and have time for other pursuits later. Show the romantic side of your nature. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Go after vital matter that means much to you. Relax and restore energies later. Steer clear of persnickity pals. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Handle civic matter early. Later, don't spoil the prestige you now enjoy. If Invited to a party in p.m., accept. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Study philosophical matters early and new plans. Not a good day to go afar from home, or you could get into trouble. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) Your hunches are good in a.m., so follow them, but they go awry later in the day. A chatming, social evening. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You can have a talk early with partners and get good results, but enjoy social activities in afternoon and evening. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... he or she will be gifted at understanding how to put plans into action successfully. The education should be slanted along such lines, particularly in the fields of investigation, dietetics, laboratory research, or the like. Give good spiritual training early, too. Also permit to participate in sporti early in life. 'The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of your life is largely up to YOU! Carrol! Righter's Individual Forecast for your sign for April is now ready. For your copy send your birthdate anil SI to Carroll Rtghter Forecast (name of newspaper), Box 629, Hollywood, Calif. 90028. ((c) 1976, McNaught Syndicate, Inc.) By United Preu IMeraaUoaa: AmTtT 3.80 56 -ri BtUiSted 2a «%-!% BlueBell 1 · 47^4+^ Braniff .20 «is-v t Celanse 2.DO CitServ 2M Colt Indus 2 ConlintlOil 2 CrownZ 1.80 DelUAir ,60 DowCh 1.60 EaslK 1.56a 112%-lM, Exxon 1.25d 88%--% FreptM 1.60 24»i--Vt Fruehuf 1.80 25 GnElec 1.60 5H.-V4 GnFood 1.50 29%+'A GenMot .60d C9i*-ii G T E 1.80 26 GulfOil 1.70 23V, Hallibln 1.68 140V,--2 HarrisC 1.40 45% + vd IntlPaper 2 78% JohnMv 1.20 30^4--V4 JohnJ .8oa KerrMcG 1 Motorola .70 46 -f-% Penney 1.16 59+M; PhilPel 1.60 53^4 + fe PPGInd 1.80 46%-% ProctGa 2 84 --IVd QuakOat .84 24%+'., RCA Corp 1 28V4-!* SafewaySt2 47 f-'/, Sears 1.60a 74% SunOil 1 28%-Vd Teneco 1.76 26^4--^ TxGsTr 1.88 32(4+Vs Tex Instr 1 115% Mi UnCarb 2.50 75'*+% USSIeel 2.80 84%-2% local Interest Stocks Friday, March 12 Aff. Bank Shares 1314 141/4 ARA 57 57% AZL (Farmhand) 5 5'* BaylyMfg. Hi/, 12 CNB 14'A 15 Comb.Eng. 38% 38% Coors 27'4 28 First Natl. Bancorp 22 24 GWU 26% 27 GWUPFD 18'A IS Hewlett-Packard nil', i l l HomeLt.Pr. 11 13 Monfort of Colo. 5% 6'A Skaggs 25 3 i 26 United Bank 16!4 17 Vipont Mining % i Vipont Chemical 11/4 ity Open Hl|h Low cteie Prtv LIVE BEEF CATTLE (40,00* Ibs) elri Apr 38.00 31.00 37.65 3/.65 38.75 Jun 41.90 4770 4 1 7 0 4 1 7 0 47.40 Aug 44.00 44.M 43.60 843.70 43.95 Dec Open Inlcrett: April S4il,- June 4H4; Aug 3t7i; Oct III; Dec 507. LIVE/IEEF/CATTLC'^OM Ibi) Apr 37.55 37.55 37.10 37.H 37.7S Jun 41.70 41.75 41.30 41.'S 41.17 Auo 43M 41.70 41.17 41.4} *].§! Oct 43.85 43.95 43 *S aO.70 43.80 Dec 44.50 44.A1 44.40 B44.40 44.50 Fet) 45.00 45.05 44.11 A44.I2 A44.90 S*tti: April 3411; June 1414; Aug 170; Oct 720; Dec SI; Fcb 11. Open Interest: April M88, June 4701; Aug 3138; Oct 1001; Dec 541; Feb 107. FEEDER CATTLE (43,000Ibl) Mar 4000 4040 4000 4000 40.40 Apr 4100 41.00 40.M 40.80 41.10 May 41.75 41.75 41.35 41.35 41.70 Aug 42.15 41.70 41.00 41.00 41.01 Stp 47.00 47.15 4100 41.05 41.95 Oct 41.05 41.95 41.SO 41.50 41.90 Hov 41.00 41.00 41.00 41.00 41.95 Siiet: March 10; April 5; May 51; Aug 74; S e p 4 ; Ocl 31; Nov 5. Open fnlereit: March 115; AprllliS; May 631; Aug 105; Sep 58; Oct 415; Nov LIVE HOGS (10,000 Ibl) Apr 44.15 44.35 43.55 43 65 44.70 Jun 45.10 45.50 44.45 44.75 45.10 Jul 45.92 44.15 45.35 45.70 45.97 Aug 43.90 43.91 43.70 41.40 bO.fO Oct 4C.05 40.43 4000 40 OS 40.00 Dec 40.30 40.30 39.95 040.10 40.30 Fcb 40.30 40.35 40.001)4005 4030 Sales: April 1646; June KM; July 1070; Aug 177; Ocl 105; Dec IB; Feb 7. Open interest: April S014: June 3367: July 1430; Aug 1065; Ocl 531; Dec 369; Feb i!. IDAHO POTATOES (H.OOO Ibl) Miy 10.75 10 75 10.60 d10.70 10.W Sales: May It. Open inlcrcl: MaV 335. for the millions who should not take aspirin- Tylenol Tabs 100's 89* Offer Good March 12 13 Only PHARMAGES Hillside 3505 nth Ave. Weldorado 800 9th Street Westview 243410th Street DENVER (AP) - Frlday-i quotations, hogt 100: bamm* and gilt* 1.00 I.JO lower; U.S. 1-1 1»-nO Ib 44.0MS. 0 1-3 230- !» lb43.H-44.JO; H UO-HO K£.00.«.M; JOvrt Mttdy. 1.3 300 MO Ib 3*.OC.41.00. ·ruth Haft BRUSH, Colo. (AP) - Friday's quota- lions, host 300: birrowt irM gilts 1.00 lowrr; U.S. 1-7 100-135 Ib 4S.15-4t.50, · few to 41.75; 1-3 JOO-JM Ib 43J0.43.00; 1-4 JM-I80 Ib 43.004Oi; sown 50 kmer. 1-3 OT-400lbM.KU1.00. LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY (AP) - Quotations for Friday. Catlle 100. Not enough on oiler to tcit prices. Earlier In the week: Slaughter itwrs mostly choice 930 1225 Ib 3S.OO- M.SO. Slaughter helf»r*.choice 135 120 Ib 33.2S3S.OO. Hoqs 1,K». Barrows and gill* uneven, averaging 1 JO lower; 1-2 210-2M Ib 44JO- 46.75; 1 3 TO ISO Ib 4i.0046.5D; 2-3 I50-WO Ib 45.00-44.00; 2M 300 Ib 44.00.45.00. Sow! 50 5 tower. 1-3 330 «0 Ib 41.00 «.«, lew held at 40.50. Sheep 15. Nol enough on offer to lest prices. Earlier In thp week: Slaughter lambs choice and lew prime wooied 90-105 ib 48.50-49.oo. Slaughter ewes cull, ulility and good 1000-14.00. estimates lor Monday: catlle 1,400; hoqs 3,000; sheep 100. OMAH/.Nfb tAPJ(USDA)-Liv«tOck quotations Friday: Hogs: 4400; barrows and gilts 1.00-1.50 lower, trade fairly active on weights under 260 Ib, heavier weights rather slow on limited supply; U.S. 1-3, ifO-240 Ib 4t.50- 4700; WWS7J1.00 tower; 375-600 IB41.M 42.00. Cattle and calves: I .WO; 2 loads choice 1,125 tb steers lor Canadian shipment 37.00; otherwise, slaughter steers and hellers absent; cows fairly active, steady; bulk of supply feeders rur Fci- day's auction; utility and commmlil cows 27.00-30.00, a few individuals 30.5031.00; earner and cutler !l.» 27.00. Sheep: none. Estimated receipts Monday: Cellle and calves 7,000; hogs 5,000; sheep 500. Potatoes DENVER (AP) Potatoes: market steady. U.S. loial shipments 99: Colorado rails 1; truckins: Colorado 11, Idaho 1, North Dakota 1. 100 Ib sacks washed U.S. No. 1A unless otherwise stated. Colorado round reds B.2S, 2'/i3 | .J in ?.OQ°.«, 50 Ib sacks :'-j. 3'.; in 4.65, Him bags 5-10 Ib OS, 70 lli utility II ^ Nn 7 I W PmHv Him ttt03 5-10 Ib 4.75-5.75, 20 Ib U.S. No. 2 1.50. Idaho russets 10 ot minimum 10.50 11.W, SO Ib cartons W 100s /JO 1.00; new Florida 50 ID sacks round red 8.00, few 8.50. EMS DENVER (AP) EqqS: market offerings adequate. Large AA 5154, medium AA 4S«. smnll AA 34 3S, large A 51 S3, medium A 47-48, large D 34 36. Deans DENVER (AP) Deans: most dealers at IS.00 lor U.S. No. I pintos and 21.00 lor U.S. No. 1 great northerns: FOB Denver flnd Nebraska rn\t basis. Denver Cash Grain DENVER [AP] - Whr-al No 1 hard winter ordinary 3.15; yellow corn 4.1? 4.B5; No 2 cwl sorghum no quole. An enrly American handicraft contest, "Centennial Whims," sponsored by First of Greeley, is culminating this Displayed in the bank's lobby are some 150 handicraft items created by Weld County residents. Contestants are competing for $300 top prizes in each of three categories: clothing and Grain Market Closing Board of Trade Table CHICAGO (AP) - Futures trading on the Chicago Board of Trade Monday: High LowCIOft WHEAT 5,000 bu) Mar 3.661,4 3.60V4 3.6414 May 3.74 3.67 3.72 Jul 3.8014 3.7314 3.78'A Sep 3.86 3.80 3.83 Dec 3.9614 3.89K 3.9314 Mar 4.05 3.98 4.02 CORN (5,OM bl) Mar 2.68 2.66'- 2.67 May 2.73 2.7114 2.71% Jul 2.76'A 2.74V 2.75 Sep 2.7214 2.7014 2.71% Dec 2.6714 2.6514 2.6514 Mar 2.73 2.71 2.72 May 2.76 2.75 2.75 OATS (5,000 bu) Mar 1.6014 l.S9V 4 1.59% May 1.57'i 1.56 1.56'i Jul 1.54 1.521,4 1.53% Sep · 1.52% 1.52 1.52V, Dec 1.5314 1.52% 1.52% SOYBEANS (5,000 bu) Mar 4.78V4 4.741/4 4.75V4 May 4.86 4.82 4.8214 Jul 4.94 4.90 4.90 Aug 4.97'A 4.93 4.93 Sep 5.01 !/4 4.9714 4.97'4 Nov 5.07% 5.04 5.04 Jan 5.131/4 5.11 5.11 Mar 5.21 5.1814 5.1814 May 5.27ii 5.25M, 5.25'A Jcwtlry, home furnUhlngi, and gift Items. CtoMd Judging will bt held Saturday and winners will be announced Monday. Some contestants have donated their items to be sold it .a benefit auction March 20. The auction will be held at the C h u c k w a g o i i D i n n e r Playhouse, 204 But llth St. Doors open at 10 a.m.; auction begins at 11 a.m. . Auction proceeds will be Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) -The stock market settled into a decline today, pulling the Dow Jones industrial average back below the 1,000 level. The Dow average of 30 blue chips, which hit its first close above 1,000 in. more than three years Thursday, had dropped back 4.96 to 998.35 by 2 p.m. Losers outnumbered gainers by about a 4-3 margin among New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. Trading remainedmoderately active. Analysts said the market was weighed down by Federal Reserve statistics which suggested that the Fed might be looking for a further slight rise in short term interest rates. Anothr drag on the Dow itself was a marked decline in two of its components--U.S. Steel, which fell 216 to 85, and Bethlehem Steel, down 114 at 4S%. A Wall Street Journal article raised some questions about the steel industry outlook. The NYSE's composite index of all its listed common stocks slipped .07 to 54.36. At the American Stock Exchange, the market value index was off .35 at 104.95. donated to htip build Grttley's Centennial Village. The village it a Gretley Centennial- GWU declares MVKWIMS The Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of Great Western United Corporation (GWU) hat declared dividends on the Company's 11.66 Cumulative Preferred Stock and the $3 Convertible Serial Preferred Stock, payable on April 2, 1976. GWU said the dividends of S.47 per share for the J1.88 Cumulative Preferred Stock and $.75 per share for the $3 Convertible Serial Preferred Stock would be paid to shareholders of record as of the close of business on March 12, 1976. Local Market Barley 4.50 Otts (38 Ib. or better) 5.00 Corn 4-65 Cash Wheat 3,05 bu. Pinto Beans (new crop) $15neg. Ntw YORK (AP) - Pot*to futures Thursday on I tie New York MtJfC«ntjl« Exchange. Op*n Hlflh Low Close Prev. MAINE POTATOiS CM.Httli) Apr May 1Z.70 17.85 13.57 17.45 5 58 5 el 5 56 5 54 NEW YORK (AP) -- Domtll'C future. Thursday on Itit New York and Sugsr Exchange. Open High Low Close SUGAR NO. 12 (»J Raw sugar spol U.SOn. 5UOA May (SOtoni 501 Bicentennial project. "We're very excited about our conteit. The itemi demonstrate vait talent and in active interest in early American handicrafts." said Sharon Linhirt, Kint of Greeley marketing associate and contest coordinator. "The display includes everything from furniture to needlework and woven items. We are most impressed," she said. The public is invited to view the display in the bank lobby through March 19. Dairy Queen operator honored Avis Halvorson, franchise operator of the Dairy Queen store at 1635 8th Ave., was recently presented the Quality- .Purity Award' by American Dairy Queen corporation, a subsidiary of International Dairy Queen. The award signifies that Halvorson's store has achieved and maintained a superior rating in all quality and purity ,. 77 inspections conducted by i2.;j representatives of the t.u American Dairy Queen Cor- '· I0 poration. WflK The Quality-Purity Award toffee will remain in the Halvorson Prev store as long as its outstanding rating is maintained in subsequent periodic inspections. USDA 8utltr-Ef|l CHICAGO (API - (USDA) - Butler firm; wholeMle buying price* Friday 1 to 3 hrBtier; tt xore AA W.M W.OO; W A ti.IS-14.75; TO B unquoted. Eos* steady; Mlei delivered ware- home, cartons unchanged; A fitra large 60 61; f! A H j-W ;; 90 B 50' i S7. NORTHERN COLORADO GARDEN, HOME RECREATION SHOW T^ty ft? START THINKING ABOUT SPRING Now is the time to start thinking about Spring. We will have many displays and exhibits that will trigger your Spring "fancies." CONTRIBUTORS: Cathy Addoms Arborland Nurseries City of Greeley Eaton High School Choir Gale Schauerman--Director Everitt Lumber Wayne Foster Green Valley Turf Bob Helmer Weld County Highland Nurseries Ken's Camera Center Jacque's School of Tumbling Gymnastics (Jacque Funk) Miyoshi Gardens Morgan Nurseries Mountain Aggregate Tagawa Greenhouses, Inc. Friday, March 12 6-9 p.m. Saturday, March 13 12-9 p.m. Sunday, March 14 12-6 p.m. WELD COUNTY EXHIBITION BUILDING Island Grove Park

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