Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 27, 1973 · Page 23
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24 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE PH., April 27,1178 Local Interest Stocks Friday, April 27 Bid Asked Aft. Bank Shares 39% 40tt Bayly Mfg. . « 12 % CNB BY* 23 Geriatrics 8% 9V» Hewlett-Packard 81% 81% Home Light, Pwr. 27% M MonfortofColo. 7 7% Skaggs 25% 25% United Banks 29% 30V4 Vipont Chemical 6% 714 Vipont Mining 1M 1% WoodmoorCorp. 9% 10 3.15 2.90 2.85 3.45 3.47 2.85 7.50 Need bike parts or accessories? KEEP YOUR EYE ON 1211 Ninfh Street Local Market Friday, April 27 Barley Oats (38 Ib or better) Corn Feed wheat Milling wheat Milo New crop pinto beans P DENVER (API-Market strong. Total U S rail shipments 1«B. TrucWns: Colorado 17, Idaho 3, Wyoming 1. Colorado round reds 1.50, 2W.3'/ Inch, 8.SO 9.00; 50 Ib. sacks Vh-Vh Inch. 4.50 4.75; dim bass 5.10 Ib. master container, 450-47S, lew lower; U.S. No. 2,-3.50; JO Ib. film bags utility 1.55, few lower; russets 7.25; 6-14 01 ,8 00-8.50; 10 01. minimum 7.50-7.75; 50 Ib. cartons 80-100, 5.25 5.50; Him bags 5-10 Ib master container 4.25-4.50; 20 Ib. Him bags utility 1.30; Idaho russets 10 01 mirr imum 8.03B.50; 50 Ib. cartons 80-100, 5.75 6.00. mostly 6.00; Nebraska 50 Ib. sacks round reds, 2'/i-3'/j inch, 3.50; new Flori-. da 50 Ib. round reds, 6.00-6.25. Bread riots broke out in Paris on April 1, 1795. MARKETS DENVER (API (USDA)-Hog$ IS, not enough of any class offered Friday to establish a market. Closing prices from Thursday: barrows'and silts, no trend; U.S. 1-2 210-230 Ib 35.30; 1-3 200-250 Ib 35.00-35.25; 2-4 250-270 Ib 33.50-34.75; SOWi U.S. 1-3 300-600 Ib 29.00-31.00. ^olo. (AP. (USDA)-Frldiy's estimates: hws SSQ;'b»rrows and gills weak, instances .25 lower; U.S. 1-2200-230 Ib 34.75-35.00; B few at 35.25; 2-3 200250 Ib 33.75-34.75; 2-4 250-290 Ib 33.00-33.75; sows steady; U.S. 1-3 300.600 Ib 29.0030.50. OMAHA, Neb. (AP) -- (USDA) -Hogs: 6,500; barrows and gilts uneven; weishts 200-260 Ib steady to 25 tower, mostly steady; weights over 260 Ib steady to 25 higher; 1-3 206-240 Ib 35.00-25.50; 3-3 uneven 34.50-34.75; 1-3 240-260 Ib 34.00 35.00; 360-290 Ib 33.75-34.50; 2-4 280-310 Ib 33 00-33 75; 3-4 310 350 Ib 31.50-33.00; sows 25 50 lower; 370-600 Ib 30.50-31.50. Cattle and calves: BOO; small slaughter supply, mostly cows, these steady; small lots Holstein steers fully steady; part load good 1,200 Ib steers 42.50 utility and commerdl cows 32.50-34.00 canner cutter 2B.50-32.50. Sheep none. Estimated receipts Monday Cattle and calves 6,000 hogs 6,000 sheep 700. Introducing the Saab EMS. /^^*"* p *^ jfcy^--S^yih G£/B=^*-- ^saE^SfS^jSl £ _J^ l'B(!^r|^Hri^3l!!Jij) y · ^^BBB^H^^i^ 1 -* " /'/ tL^^^L^^^L^^B H^^LVV^BlB^B^^B^IH ^·i^ · ^^B Saab EMS.*4,445* BEETHAM AUTO SALES 2435 8th Ave. 353-3437 · I'rfcr PlIK ttthiitinx rtrnlrr preparation, rnmpufiarhiii. ilali- unit IIH Hi \t vn tnA iij)1iiin\. If *n). Antique Auction Sunday 29 Collectors items 1:30 P.M. Auction 4th Mass. Berthoud, Colo. Oleta sold her property in Lyons All her antique inventory goes at auction to the highest bidder. 2 roll top desks (one cherry, one oak) ; stack book case, Ribbon Mahogany Chippendale drop front desk, marble top wash stand, walnut gateleg table, set of pine ladder back chairs, rush seats, round claw foot table, old organ, china cupboard, gone with wind amp, hanging lamp brass fonts, blue opalescent epergne, round ibrary table claw feet, walnut what not shelves, banjo wall clock, china ansonia clock, baby mission clock, old rocker, RR steps, old mirrors, walnut sheraton game table, kitchen cupboard real nice. rayo lamp original, wicker desk, walnut drop leaf table, 4 bent wood chairs, old dental cab., old books, primitives, old pictures, advertising pieces, phone, miniature doll furniture, granddaughter clock real nice, brass spittoon, pottery, R S prussia, old very, pressed glass, carnival glass, pitcher bowl, old tools. Many More Items -77 2 .««5 Patricks Auction Service Aucfioneer 4th Mass. Berthoud, Colo. 32-9984 . Johnny Ray Patrick Terms cash or good check day of sale HAMbAi LI \ T irtrj -- Lame iw; edr- ller In the week, mostly choice steers ' 44.00-J5.00; high choice and prime 45.50; mostly choice heifers 43.0044.00; high choice and prime 44.25-50. Hogs 2,500; barrows and gilts steady to 25 lower; 1-2 220-725 Ib 35.75; 1-3 239 Ib 35.10; 200.250 Ib 34.75-35.00; 190-255 Ib 34.50; 2-4 250-27S Ib 34.25 75; 3 4 302 Ib 1 33.15; sows weak to 50 lower, decline on weights over 500 Ib; 1-3 350-500 Ib 30.5031.50; 2-3 500-600 Ib 29.50-30.00. Sheep 25; earlier in the week, choice and prime spring lambs 36.00-37.00. Estimates for Monday: Cattle 1,700; hogs 4,000; sheep 300. ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) Hogs 3,500; barrows and gilts steady to 25 lower; 1-3 190-250 Ib 34.50-35.00; 2-3 250-270 Ib 33.75-34.75; 2-4 270-290 Ib 33.2575; 2-4 290-340 Ib 32.50-33.50; sows steady to 25 higher; 1-3 330-600 Ib 30.50-31.50; 300-375 Ib 31.75-32.00. Estimates for Monday: cattle 2,000; hogs 5,500; sheep 300. USDA Butter and Eggi CHICAGO (AP) -- (USDA) -'- Butter unsettled to weak; wholesale selling prices Friday V* lower; 93 score AA unquoted; 92 A 61.25; 90 B unquoted. Eggs unsettled; prices paid delivered to Chicago V? to 2 lower; 80 per cent or better grade A whites 47-50 '/j; medium white extras 44-46; standards unquoted. EGGS DENVER (AP)-- Market steady with a weak undertone. Demand fair, offerings ample. Larqe AA 53-S3'; medium AA 4B- 49; small AA 33-34; large A 51-52; medium A 47-48; large B 30-31. denver Jap)-- General bids to grow- wiri 1972 cropi; Pint 01: U.S. No. 1, 7,50, No. 2, 7.00, FOB Dtnver rate bails. Great Northerns: U.S. NO. 1, 14.50, No. 2, 14.30, FOB Nebraska rate bails. CHICAGO (AP) -- Futures trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Thursday; Open, . High. LowCloiadoit LIVE BBEF CATTLE Jun 44.QQ 44.25 43.60 43.67 43.77 Aug '43.65 4d.20 43.65 43.75 43.60 Oct 43.40 43.65 43.30 43.42 43.25 Dec 43.40 43.65 43.32 43.47 43.25 Fob 43.35 43.90 43,35 43.50 43.20 Apr 43.30 43.70 43.25 43.25 843.17 Sales: June 4056; Aug 2750; Oct 1197; OK 680; Feb 2«; April 54. FEEDER CATTLE May 53.40 54.10 53.40 53.90 53.50 Aug 53.42 53.42 53.00 B53.25 b5!.V5 Sep 53.00 53.3! 52.80 52.80 D52.55 Oct 52.20 S2.50 52.10 52.20 51,95 Nov 52.00 52.35 52.00 52.25 51.70 Sates: May B; Aug 27; Sep 27; Oct 41; Nov 5. IDAHO POTATOES May 9.46 9,65 9.30 9.45 9.35 Sales: May 79. MORE (LIVE HOGS Jun 35.90 36.65 35.8336.20 3S.90 Jul 36.60 37.52 36.45 36.97 36.50 Aug 35.00 36.15 34.95 35.75 35.00 Oct 33.25 34.70 33.05 34.10 33.25 DOC 33.05 34,75 33.02 34.10 33.25 Feb 33.70 35.10 33.60 34.50 33.67 Apr 32.65 33,50 -32.50 33.25 32.70 Sales: June 1850; July 2064; Aug 530; Oct 305; Dec 340; Feb 105; April 69 1973 CAPRI SPORT COUPE TODAY'S SPECIAL LINCOLN MECURY'S IMPORT Four Speed Transmission, Power Disc Brakes, Styled Steel Wheels, Radial Ply Tires, Bucket Seats, 2000 CC Overhead Cam Engine. This Is the Last One at the Old Price BUY IT TODAY FOR ONLY $ 2798 TED NIETERS MOTOR CO. Greeley's Most Aggressive New Car Dealer 1412 8th Avenue Phone 352-5950 In the courts DH«ty charged wttfc ·mbnztanent DISTRICT COURT Pleads Guilty Fidel Sandoval, 23,317 N. llth Ave., pleaded guilty to an amended information charging him with unlawful possession of a weapon. Judge Robert A. Behrman gave the defendant permission to file an application for probation and continued the case to May 22. Sandoval was accused of having unlawfully carried a .22 cal. revolver on his person March 8, after having been convicted of burglary in District Court here Jan. 29, 1969, and having been released from the reformatory. Jonathan Hays, - deputy district attorney, told the cout that Sandoval had the weapon on his person March 8 and the gun accidently discharged and a person had been wounded. The defendant originally was charged with two counts of burglary and one count of second degree assault. He pleaded innocent to these charges at his arraignment April 17. Case Continued Robert Leroy Lucero, 26, of Thornton, pleaded guilty to an amended information charging him with gross sexual imposition. Judge Behrman gave the defendant permission to file an application for probation and continued the case to May 22. The defendant was accused in the' amended information of having had sexual relations Cash Grain CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No 2 soft red 2.49/ 4 ; No 2 hard red 2,38'Xin. Corn NO" 2 yellow 1.66Mn. Oats No 2 extra heavy white 1.02M.n. Soybeans No 1 yellow 7.14n. No 2 yellow corn Thursday sold in a range of 1,69-69Vi. Stock market closing prices New YorK (Ap) - JonL «£+ J* Thursday's clo- Kals w/«TM v » sing - Kencot 27 4- % New York Stock Kratt 44'/o f '/a Exchange selected Kresge 36 3 /4 + ?s with a woman not his wife Nov. 5, 1972, and compelling her to submit by threats. Jonathan Hays, deputy district attorney, said the woman involved was a hitchhiker that Lucero had picked up. ' ... The deputy district attorney also said the defendant had agreed to plea guilty on the basis that he would be granded probation. Lucero originally was charged with rape. Burglary Charge Larry Gutierrez; 18, of Boulder, pleaded innocent to a burglary charge in which he is accused of entering Jo's Liquor prices: SAdml Alcn AldC AldS AiS Aica AHes AmAIn ABrd BmBci ACyn Am E| AMMtl AmMlr ASmlt AmStn AmTT Ampx Ancn Armc A1IR AtlS AvnP Bea Been A BelH Bndx Beng BudC Burl BurN Burg Cstl Catr Clns Cera, Cert cesna Chmp ChsO Chysl CitSvc CocC ColP ColG ComS Cmst ConE ConF CntAL CntC CntO CntID CowC CrwZ Crts Par I Dere DelM Diln D5TW Dow Drts dupnt E3SAL EdSK Eatn El Pas fcvn Libby Close Chg Litton 11 -- '/4 Lockhd 263fc~ la UneSG 34 LVO Ma eke Macy 9^1 38 +1 Mngnvx lGVa+ ft Moral 40 -t Va Marcor 23 -- ft Martin' 32I/.+ 4k McDon 263a--IV'n Merck 26Va+ VB MMM 32tt-- Va Mobil 0Jfe+ '/n MonSn MntDU MonP 1 IHh-- ft 14'/n4- ft 35 VB-- ft 35 + '/4 92ft-- '/a 80VI + 2VB 70V»--UB 53 I-- '/B i-- V* MtFuel 79 +2W «·+ ^ MfStTT2R«-- '/· 11 Vo 201/4-- Y* 22Ve 771/4-- 54 2'/s Natcsh NalDls NatGyp Nat In NatStl NlaM NwlAir NwtBan Occld 01 in PaeTT PanAm PanEP Pasco PenCen PenDx Penney PaPL Pepsi Pfizer Phelp PhilMr 33 + 1 PhilPeT 49Va-- Va Polard 139 + 311 p roct 96*B+2'/B PSvCl 30^ PugSP 15W Pulmn 48 ---2ft RCA 14ft RcpStl 35VJ+ 3^ Rcyln ll'.i-- '/a ReyMt 27V4-- -V* RoylD 341/4-- 51 Sdfwy 45^+11/4 StJoP 7'/a-- Va SIRegis 28 + VB SCM 25 +Hk ScotPap 32V* 1 ft Seft ""S 33 +1 147/1+ ft 14'/i4- l /4 y/t- 'A 39 -- 'A 15'A4- V B 141/4-- '/a 17Vs+ 4% 33V4 + Va l/'/o+ to 1ft- 'A fll'A + l'/B 22 H-- Vt 26 -- 'A 39 431/4-- 'I 56Vu+ 3 41'/!+ 13 7 /0+ * ld'/B 97 *2 1915, SoCalE 32% Sou Co 90V* t- V* SouPac . 39% +1 51 -- 1/4 87 -- 4i 99V 5 -3'/i 491/,4-iV, 22'.*+ Vj I/VB-- '/4 7V4 Tektrnx Teldyn 143-4 4k 27%-- 4 3/v 4 --I'/j 191.4+1 60^'8+ % 26 4 Va 59 tt 7UB+ 4 56^'fl-- V. 24Vj- i/ a 26 + Va lextron 2P.e-- ft Thiofcol 13?a-- VB Trnimkun 37 -- Vi TodShp 17?a+ % 1WA 34U + 1VB TrnEm 13','a-f '.a TriCon 28Vj-- ^ TRW 26%+ V* TwnCen B I ft UAL 22'/a-t2'/o UMC 14 UnCar 42^-- ft UnEI I7', a UnOCI 371/1+ Va UnPac 59Vi+l Uniryl 13V«+ «/4 UnAir 36n~ '/« UnBran 8v a + v* UnCp 8V 9 + ',« UnMM 183/4+ Va Frstn ·FMC FdFai ForM ForMc Frcp Froe GAC Gant GeriD Gent? GnFod GenMil GnMot GPub GTel GcnT GaPac Glle Gdrch Gdyr Grac GtWn GrcnG Grcvti Gulf HecM HewP HlyS Hmes Hnywl Idah idcl 1C DM ntH IN New York ( A P ) -- £'»'£ Thursday's selected [] cdR American ^"'f; S t o c k Gxchnntje prices: Close Chg ArkL 23^-- '-e ASmra 11 CdnJvi «**·(· '/* NEW YORK (AP) -- Dow Jonos stock averages . Opon.. High. LowClosc.N.C. Indui. 930.69 944.J4 919.7B 937.76 (-7.22 19:.BO 187.40 181.56 186.70 I 1,55 107.81 108.29 107.07 10?.62 -0.38 2W.81 29S.27 287.97 293.31 12.13 :ki used In aver- UmCto Varian WnAir Kaisrl Tchnclr 10Vi+ ft Tfjln. Ullli. 65Slks. · · Transition Ages: Industrials 1,603,400 Transportation 605,700 UlllMIci ', 172,400 65 Stock* 2,361,500 at Fort Luplon April 2 with the intent to commit a theft. . Judge Behrman continued the case to July 5 for trial setting. COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. ( A p)- Deputy Sheriff Robert; Shenkin^S, of Fremont County has beini charged with em- .bezzlement of public property, Asst; Dist. Atty, Elvin Qentry Said, :T1ic charge* in El Paw D*i- trlci Court «r« for embezzle- · ment of: equipment -from the Cripple Creek Police Station between Aug. 19, 1972, and Feb. 12, 1973, while Shenkin was Cripple Creek Police Chief. · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 3-D MAPS Everything for the Office" 1303 Eighth Avenue · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · I J.C. 15%of f all our sneakers. If you like to hop or skip you'll jump at the savings. Sate 4 24 Rtg. 4.99. Men's heavy duty cotton duck boat shoes with cushion Insole and arch support. Rubber outsole for durable wear. Navy blue, green, or white. SateS 09 Reg. 5.99. Women's topsail casuals with narrow braided trim and multi-color laces. Cushion insole and rubber insole. In a stylish combination of navy/red with white trim. Sale4 24 Sate4 24 Reg. 4.99. Boys' basketball sneakers. Cotton duck uppers, cushion insole and rubber outsole. Laced to the'toe, ventilation holes between side stripes. Reg. 4.99. Women's polyester double knit casual shoe with 2 eyelet lacing. Cushion insoles and molded outsoles. They're machine washable and made for comforl. Navy. Sale prices effective thru Saturday. J. C. Penney SHOES 817 9th Street ^^ Open Mon. thru Thurs. 'til 8:30; Friday 'til 9; Sat. 'til 6. Charge it!

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