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U*xl Con WMJ Tr»tk» SI TOR SALE--1949'Chevrolet Club coupe. _UI««n.'fh. EL 2.8691. l»il CHEVROLET cooY«tllbV. Ptlcc reduced for quick tato. Excellent Cos. 4tko. Bit motor wlU four Ixrrfl csirburelor. Hollywood. wb««lt. new nibWr. Stmdird ·Mil.' Call LI, S-OJ14. To tx Mn at 1MJ UU Avt. Rainbow . ! . USED CARS 1957 Chevrolet Nomad' Station Wagon 1959 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe. 125 8th Avenue 1960 Corvair 2-Dpor Standard transmission; heater, radio. A nice black and white. . SPECIAL, TWO DAYS ONLY $1545 Edwards Chevrolet Co. USED CAR LOT 1810 8th Avenue Open Evenings 'til 8:30 Rambler Specials 7400 MILES OTI this 1961 Rambler six 05- Inder custom Classic four iloo cedan. This man trades with u each year and his cars cannu be told from new. Fully equip ped, too. ' .-· $2295' ' · I960 RAMBLER S i x c y l i n d e r Cross-Counlry Overdrive, radio,' .heater, non sMp differential. Nice as $2295 ' 1959 RAJIBLER Wagon 2-Door. Radio, heater new automatic drive, new rub ber, con-sltp differential. $1395 1958 AMBASSADOR Custom 4-Ooor Sednii. 27 horsepower V8 motor with auto malic transmission. Sharp ros and white two-tone. $1395 1958 RAMBLER Six cylinder with overdrive, 4 Door Sedan. Impeccable ligll blue finish. Radio, heater, he scat?. $1195 OTHERS' · 1953 Buick Sedan Straight 8 ' $153 1953 OLDS "88" SEDA? $225 1952 DeSOTO 4-DOOR Sedan. Six Cylinder $152 OPEN EVENTNGS, TOO And All Day Saturday Growing with Greele RAMBLER OF GREELEY 1321 8th Ave. EL 2-903 U*4 CM MU Track* Jl I W A K D S Ckevnlel 11 M for new and used truck*. ETRACTABLE '67 folJ. E*cellenl tost4!tlon. Power HeeriHt *ad brake*. T-BIrd eflrlne. New white wall tires. Tinted rJtee ill around. Rsdlo. belt- er. SKtoir.stle transmission. Call EL 2-6«», after I. Used Cars 1957 Ford" ustom 300 Fordoi-. V8, adio, heater and standard ransmission. Two - tone lue. $995 1957 Ford ountry Sedan Station fagpn. Mileapre Maker ix, radio, heater and over- rive. Blue and white. , $1145 1955 Buick e n t u r y ' 2-Door Hardtop. ;adio, heater, . dyiiaflow, ower steering. Dark green nd white. $595 1960 Ford 'airlane 500 Fordor. V8, adio, heater, cruiseoraatic. .quamarme. $2045 STATE BRAKE AND LIGHT INSPECTION EXPIRES NOV. 30th! Garnsey and Wheeler UW Cm MM) Troctu 51 '63 (JI.UII com* Chrysler · clean. KL 3-0339. TOR SALE--Itit CMC. J / 4 Ion pickup. Good condition. I'll. Cilcrcst S707. Ford I pUkup. V- qx SALr,19Sl 14V tirWtcj AuU« TOR SAI.K-1052 Mereurr. Good eor, Mm. KL ?.M5S. MUST sell '1053 Kenvorlh truck. Call ,KI, 2-3658. 'K STUDS, l.inj Cruiser. Auto, tra radio, he«Ur. IVxcellenl worV i 1180. EL Z-CH5. r'OK SALE-- Internillonal pt:kviu. 1 , 3/4 Ion. four speed. 1175. Teai new tires. Kb 2-919S. 1119 BUICK convertible. h'coCs too and seat covers, elclor Bad body A-l. ' nKNKRATOHS and stnrlers. tvatei pumpi. f u e l . pumps. New. used and rebuilt. Come to Gold's, anil Sa Corner ul .'.lifc SI, a n a . S t h Ave. KOR SALB.-IM, Ford 4 door n wacon. Kadk, healer, a n j .overj One careful owner. Like ne.w'. Can be seen at D t R Service, 42Z ^th Ave. FOR SALE or lr«de-^l« DelAIr hardtop, spoil overrfrivc. A-L condition KL-J-S1ZS. e phone 56 DOEGE 4 Vor. PuiihbuUoa ·blfi. low mtlcace, Whilf, crrcn.' Kxcelli _ rondltion Iniik nnd Out. I* Salic 184.6511- Jya. EL 8-2,07 «ycaln«i. R A D I A T O R clMnlnit und rer · tr! n 7. UEcd rdEalora. All types of «uut and truck repairing. John Thompson Ga»Kf,'t01 glh Ave., or 11B N. ti'a Ave. Rr, S-1813, nd steam cleaned. 13.95 up. All types body and fender work A-l · paint iobi low as 140. Job Thompson Carafe. 601,Sth Ace. cr 115 N. Sth Ave. KL X-143. HCKJI* Auta Trailtrt 53 IIRES Still Good for Many Miles Available in most -sizes. Priced from $4.50 $15.00 Montgomery Ward 611 8th Ave. House 6 Tailtri 53 room. Call EL 5-0113. FOlt SALE--1911. 46«6. t' lilt Geer. 36x8, 1 bed- bedroom Terms'ur trade. rJL 3-4950.. KOR SALK-rTraller Court, wlln nine modern trailers on 20 acres. Write Greetey. acrei 1»S, FOR SALE--1951 trailer house. Will sldei 3-1 £2 fi. · ear or pIcVup in trade. EL Chicago Grain CHldAQO (AP)-Heavy Mlltng weakened'soybean and some rye uttires most of the lime today MI the Boird of Trade. , Dealers said a good deal of the pressure was liquidation but that I appeared also lo involve a con- Iderable amount of spreading. Other grains were steady to ircn In art active two-sided trade 1 which reflected i m p r o v e d demand, mainly from speculators. November soybeans, on which rading ended today, was the most active contract on the ex- hange although the open interest was not especially large for eve- iing up committments. At limes, t was down about three ccn^s. Estimated carfct receipts were wheat 2 cars, corn 400, oals 23, rye'2, barley 40 and soybeans 65. KOH SKRVICE Of light repilr on yo«r mobile home, Ph. Stahla's Trailer Sale. EL 3-2602. Service on all mskes hcattng stoves. rtUTHOHIZBft Jelter lor Gre«l L*ke». Kit. and Skr Lsne new and used house Irsllers. Western Trailer 8»lea. Inc.. Sit 2 n d St., 110) Hh SU Gite- · ley, Cote." ' Moulte IfomT IN THE market for ' You now have Uw volume burtr.K and buy i RdvanUse of our selling prosram. volume, we ca . , offer you voluma priced kernes. and Rrealer tradr-In. Stop In or call. Sbihla'a .Trailer S»les la located 2 miles toulh of Greeiey on U. S. 16, Phone EL 3-2SM. Dec" Mar ilay Jul . Corn Dec Mar ilay. Jul WE NEED USED 8 EL AND 10 FT. W. MOBILE HOMES · .Now Is The Time To Trade.-;. - PICK YOUR NEW HOME PROM THESE BEAUTIES '' 1961 CHARLAMOR 55-ft. x 10 ft. w Reduced. New 2 Br. Angle kitchen. 1962 CRAFTSMAN 1962 VICTOR You:' 11 llth St. Dealer EL 2-9174 Talk About 1 A Feast! fere's a menu of delicious [eals on prime used cars. 60 Chevrolet mpala 2-dr. Hardtop. 60 Valiant e passenger wagon. 60 .Renault Dauphine 4-Door. 59 DeSoto ·Mreflite 4-door. 59 Fury 3olden Commando 4-Door. 57DeSoto. ?iredome 4-door. 57 Ford V8 4-door Station Wagon 57 Renault Dauphine 4-door. '56 Chrysler New Yorker 4-door. '56 Ford V8 4-dr. Station Wagon. WICKLAND MOTORS 4th St. and Sth. Ave. Phone EL 3-1050 ' 2 Br. Front kitchen. Arriving today. 1962 CRAFTSMAN 56-ft. x 10-ft. w 2 Br. Front dining room. HOW ABOUT A NEW MOBILE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS. ·'.-. ' · 50 ft; x 10-ft. W New 3 Br. Provincial Decor. 45-ft. x 10-ft. w STAHLA'S TRAILER SALES 2 miles So. on U.S. 85 Bank Rates Wheat Pvey. High Low Close clost "'·lIBtt 2.02H 2.02W 2.WH 2.06H 2.06 2.08?, 2.08V 2.11 2.10« 2.10$' ( 2.1051 ·2.12H S«p Oats Dec Mar ilay Jul ep live Dec Mar ,Iay Jul . S«p Soybeans ov Jan ilar ilay Jul Aug Sep 1.09V4 1.08!'. 1.091. 1.09 ' 1.13ft 1.125. 1.1354 1.12ft 1.17U.1.16K 1.16V, 1.16W 1.20y« 1.19K 1.19% 1.1914 l.SW 1.20 1.20% 1.20V. .6614" .705. .72H .73V. .65Ti. .69 ft .72% .73 .705i .73 .7314 .66*4 .70 .72ii .72-tt .73 1.38 1.36W 1.37V4 U8,4 1.38. 1.36',4 1.37'A 1.38 1.3714 1.36V4 1.37 1.37 1.30ri 1.29W 1.30 2.391't 2.39 2.421i 2.«!4 2.4U4 2.42% 2.43 . 2.45=1 2.44ft 2.45 2.45ft 2.48 2.46^1,2.47W 2.48 2.48« 2.47?1 2.48ft 2.48K 2.48ft-Z.47V 2.48 2.38ft 2,37ft -2.38 2.48ft 2.38ft Cash Grain CHICAGO'(AP) - Wheat No 2 red 2.05. Corn No 2 yellow t.UVi; ·fa, yellow I.03U-05U; No 5 yel- ow 98-1.00?',. Oals No. 1 extra heavy white 72V4. Soybeans No. 1 yelltrw 2.44H. ISHvjiJeai] oil lOVib^ia. Barleyi ' malting ^choice 1.35- l|62n; feed 98-i.25n. ; Wheat was unchanged to M}li3 busrierhlgne,r at Ihe close December $2.02K-'ii; corn V« lo '. higher, December $l.o*09is --" tt lo tt higher, December rye unchanged to Hi low Auto Scrrki old Supflits fi '. Auto Service ond Su^plki $2 oals 66=: er, December $1.37-37',i; soy beans ?i to 2% lower, November ·2.3914-40. WARD'S AUTO SERVICE CENTER Ttrei, Batterlei installed free. Whe«} bilinclnj. t!r» rotation. 5 wheeli Set of 4 brake shoes and Installation Muffler: and Installation At Wardi you can depeuil 615 Sth Ave. "· Iln* products--Fart Phone EL 3-0204 MARKETS 5 higher; hctfers ste. daughter cows not ei slaughter steers choice 105M250 lbs'215fr 5.25; hellers choice B75-W35 Ibs lai ' dy lo strong' .abjfahed: buLL steady; k 73 HV. ,, Ib steers 24.00-26.25: choke 525 ._ yearling stock steers 77.75; choice 550-650 b stock heifers 23.00-24.15: choice 350-4SO o stock steer calves 27.50-31.00; choic leiser calves 25.Sn.2a.SO: medi-jr.. ' stacker and feeder cov.s 14.5018.09. Hogs 1.300; barrawa and sorts steady to 25 lower; bar- · rills U.S. 1.2 grado 200-225 15: sows Ho. I 271-350 Ibs _._M; slauihlcr lambs 25-51 higher; slaughter lambs choice and prime 99-11S ]b uoolrd 17.CO-1I.OO; most dwice S5-I04 ]b 16.90-17.40: mixed good choice 15.20-16.25. ' OMAHA LIVESTOCK ROJ.S Is.OOO: «eak to mostly 25 to*er; r ^. -1-2 1M-255 Ib butchers 15JO-15.75, No. 10 32MOO Ib sous 14.0»-14.50/ Cattle . 184CO Calve/ 3,500; slinghtei steers and heUers steady la'25 higher: 'COKS stronc to 25 hUher; bulls and vealers about steady; stocker stce» aod stock cows strou 25-50 hilber; -stock ;eslvea steady; hix end prime 1150-1201 .. . Hian ciface with moderate end prin-.t 1003 Ib heifers 24.25; utility and com mercja] cows I4.00-16.W; good and choke vealers 2200-25.00: choice around 600 Jl slocfc steers 27.0U: good and choice 97; b neshy feeder sleers 23.75: sood and choice Atock steer calves 26.00-32.SO. SPECIAL SALE USED PICKUPS Prices Greatly Reduced on These Units Look Them Over Before Buying! 1955 DODGE y 2 Ton. Three speed, six cylinder. 1955 CMC Vz Ton. Enclosed utility body in top condition, six cylinder. 1953 CMC 1/2 Ton. Hydramatic, six cylinder. 1951 FORD % Ton. V8 engine, heavy duty unit. 1950 ST.UDEBAKER % Ton. Four speed. Top condition. ALL UNITS GUARANTEED Weld County Garage CITY LIVESTOCK Catlle 11X00; cah-es SOO; strong higher; choice and prime sleers 25.00 choke and prime heifers 24.50-75; NEW YORK D R E S S S D MEAT cons 14.50-16.50; jood and choice veal- S(M , carcass prices ers n.00-27.00. ... ., beef, veal and - - · · Hogs 6,006; steady lo 25 lower 1-3 changed but xe 190-250 Rl barrows and gilts 15.50-16.00: choice carcassej Z70-4W Ib sows KtO-DCO) WO-tOO]^^, £lctr b 13.«-14.». Sheep 1,700: strong lo 50 I choice and prune \\ooled Iamb* 54; good lo chrvice 1S.00-16.OO:. choice sborn No. 1 pells 15.50: ewes 3.0J.5.CO; choice and fancy Colorado feeder Iambs D E H V e R K E A N $ 13.75. IT JOSEPH LIVESTOCK Hogs 1.000: steady, to .25 .lower;, rows aid gilt sows No. 1-3 · !f * S?4 10th St. week's strong close; several loads of prime 1,150-1,300 )b' sl'ecrs 27.25-27.35; a load of prime 1,132 bs 27.50; bujk,choice- and prime 900-1:400 Ibs 24^75-26.75; a load o :rime 1,431 Ibs 27.25; mixet ihoice and prime 1,583 Ibs 24.50 oad lols mixed good and choice ,050-1,150 Ibs 24.50-25.00; mos good 900-1,300 Ibs 23.50-24.50; stan dard" 1,050 Ibs.Holsleins 22.25;^ r ew utility and standard 19.5023.25; a load of mixed choice am prime 975 Ib heifers 25.15; bulk choice 23.75-24.75; good 22.75-23.5C commercial cows 15.00-16.75; bulk cutter and utility 13.50-15.75; can ners 11.75-13.50; utility bulls 18.0020.25; a few standard and gooi vcalcrs- 69.00-25.00; good 700 11 slock sleers 23.50. Sheep 1,500; slaughter lambs 5C lo 75 higher; a deck of choice an prime 98 Ib fed Western woolec lambs 17.75; chojcc to prime na five wooled slaughter lambs 17.0017.50; good and choice 15.00-17.00 cull' to -good 8.00-14.50; dqubl deck choice and prime shorn fe lambs with No" 1 pelts- 101 Ib 17.00; cull to 'choice slaughle ewes 4.50-S.50. Mon., Nov. 20, 1961 GREKLE YTRIBUNE Page 31 World Council of Churches Admits Russian Orthodox munis I .rod. 1 ANIAS CITY CASK' CHAIN Vt-heat 151 cars; up M-down Hi No. S -"· -J -lark hard 2.06V1-2.21; No. 3 ·ti No. 2 red 2.03tt-2.07N; No. Corn 16J cars: r.om. unch.Kin W; Xo t hite 1.45-1.60-S; No. 3 1.5); go. 2 yelkJ* raised l.ma.I.22H; No. 3 I.loi.l.l7i.i. Oals 1 car; com. unch. .No. 2 while 0-76N; No. 3 .68-.75N. Mllo Maize l.». ' Kafir 1.60-1.89.N' flie 1.2H4-1J5N Soybeans'2J4-1.44I N Bran 41.00^1.75. WHAT'l HER LINE? . . .Nina Silverslein, 13, tests teenage shoe fads for her dad. A Teenage Shoe Tester By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON AP Ntwift.tvr.i Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Thirteen year-old Nina Silverstein is a shoemaker's child, but unlike the adage about such progeny she is ar (rom barefoot. Indeed;.Nina has so many shoes hat by dallying in making her choice for the day she nearly misses her school bus. But the ireUy brown-eyed teen-ager must choose carefully, for her 'unsalaried job is to keep her Daddy rom being a square. Dad, Stanley SUverstein, as a manufacturer of faddish flatties or the younger set'can't afford to be. Therefore, Nina is shoe tesler or tlw family operated factory :hat.bears her name. .. . A few years back the Silver steins lived in Cuba where Nina-s grandfather, two uncles and her dad ma.dc wooden-soled clogs un il Nina's dad decided, after ob serving her fickle ways, that providing some of the everchanging fads for teenagers could be profitable. Thus, lo keep up with the shiil tag tastes, Nina became the one girl market researcher. Now-she tests her classmates reactions every time she puts he pretty foot down anywhere. He school friends, are likely to se Nina in anything from high bu on type shoes that their gram mothers used to wear to petal Minted suede flatties with as 000 per worker.in manufacturing many colors in them as Joseph's coat. "When the kids hang around rying to get them wholesale, )addy knows it's a pretty success- ul shoe,"' the very young lady Wall Sfreef By ED MORSE , AP Buslrwit Newt Writtr NEW YORK (AP) -- While elected, issues made some wide jains, the stock market in general turned mixed late this after- loon as the early a'dvance was pared. Trading was active. Volume for the day was estimated at 4.2 million shares com- ared with 3.96 million Friday. Gains and losses of fractions to i point or more dotted the list of tey stocks'. Maytag spurted more than *. A similar gain was made by Campbell Soup. Zenith ran up more than 3 while V/atner-Lam- ert and South Puerto Rico su- ;ar gained mdre than 2 apiece. Apco Oil and San Diego Imper- al were each up more than a xiinl. Litton Industries sank more :han 3. Liggett t Myers and Sears Roebuck were each down abou! 2. Jones t Laughlin slipped more than a point. American Telephone touched a explains seriously. '.'Sometimes ber of farm workers has declinec ie's way out, but usually h»'s iretty much with it." ' Once Dad, a mild-mannered By GEORGE CORNELL NEW DELHI, India (API--Tlic ussian Orthodox Church was ad- itted Mon. to the World' Council Churches amid misgivings and onslderabli! acclaim. ' The step came as believers of early every kind and culture be an .the most widely inclusive hristian convocation of Ihe mod- rn era. Outside the meeting place at he Vigyan Bhawan Temple of ^earning a picket carried a sign ending "Russian clergy are Corn- agents, not, servanls of But among church envoys hero or the council's third general as- tmbly, vigorous applause greeted ic action seating the 16-mnn ussian Church delegation. Each member denomination -75 Protestant, Orthodox, Anglian and Old Catholic bodies--was ntillcd to one vote. Two U.S. lurches abstained--the Russian rthodox Church in America and le Hungarian "Reformed Church i 'America, · The Rt, Rev. .Zoltart Beky of "renlon, N.J., bishop of the Hun- arian Church, voiced the fear Russian churchmen would use the council "as a platform for politi al purposes." · . Other churchmen from East and Vest said the entry of the Russian Church broadened the scope of the Christian unity · movement and ave ancient Eastern denomina- ions full representation in it. Twenty-two other church bodies were admitted, including the Bul- arian, Romanian and Polish Or- nodox churches and. two Chilean Panning Rates iiighinllse Of Capital By OVID A. MARTIN WASHINGTON (API -- An Ag icultiirc Department s t u d y showed Monday thai in''20 years arming'has become .g'ne'of th« Di\de, Ranches Association nation's leading industries in ifie use o! capital. 'said. - that' iE' farming Wer placed in "one'class and.all man ufacturing enterprises in anothei agriculture would rate first as user of capital. A survey was said (o show (Jia agriculture this year had an aver age of $22,141 invested per' farm worker compared with about $15 This farm investment had in creased from an average, n 1940 and $9,623 in 1959. What happened during this 20 'ear period was the big .mov rom man to machinery. The num even more rapidly than has th eds and blues. "My sister Rene, she's 9, said he girls won't like them, but everybody:! saw wanted a pair." Nina smiles triumphantly. As soon as she is ready to select a pair of shoes for her graduation dress, the young lady plans to enter a design school. Her career s cut out. She will follow many footsteps. in her father's Fair Exchange TULSA, Okla. (AP) -- Presi dent of the Exchangette Club here two decades." is itrs. Woodrow Wilson. Publicity chairman is Mrs. George Washing Ion. Padre Island is a thin stretch gills No. I 1-1 200-210 Ib 11.15; .... .... 1-3 230-400 Ib 14.00-15.00. Saeep 1.000; slaughter iambs 25 hlgker; ewes about steady; feeder lambs fully J ler Iamb5 mltea eaolce 05 fb pooled iambs 16.59; good" and choke around S5 ]b shorn an-.ta No. I 15.00-1545; cun to good jlaushier ewes 3.00-4.50; good and choice 60-70 Ib native feeder Iambs 10.00-11,00. Callle 7MO: slaughter steers and heifers fully steady to 25 higher; cows and bull* steady lo strong: vealers and ers^te'ady" 1 TM-^ *?t-"!'i^-te?- No. 15, No. 21 U kss. C H I C A G O ' B U T T E R AND ECCI Better sleadr; unchanxed; 93 score A*. K; 92 A M; 90 B 58f,: 89 C 5Ht; Cars » B iKft; r C MVi. Efgs barely steady; onchanged fo H wer; 70 per cenZ or belter grade A ..biles 3H; mUed 35; medbrns 2; standard* 33; dirties 3QSit cScclu 3oVb. .... ID75-1159 Ih a.50.M.OO: heifers mostfy hlch choke 75 Ib 24.25: tlili'.y Sid commercill cows 14.00-lt.50: atilily and commercial tall! tt.00-18.25t good and choke veaters 23.00-76.00; good and choice slaughter ealvea 26.60-22.50; rood aad, choice 70MB« 16 s4««Ta 23.QO-2J.7S. CHICAGO (AP)--(USDA)-Hogs 8,500; butchers steady to K high «rr; largely mised 1-2 .190-2ZS Ib bdchers 16.75-17.00; head 205-ZU Ibs at around 150 17.00; bulk mLttd 1-3 HO-Z40 Ibs 16.25-16.75; mixed 1-3 2SO-270 Ibs 16.00-16.25; mixed 1-3 300-400 Ib sows 13.75- H.75-, 2-3 and 3s 400-600 Ibs 12.7513.75. Catlle 17,000; c a l v e s slaughter «t*«ri tU«dy »\-h new high and held a I-po;nl gain Chrysler was up more than i point on news of ils Salurn rockc contract. Schering dipped about a point. prices 50 higher: co *;,, ,, . . , calf steady; lamb un-| The list was irregular at the *6»7oo w jbV «?MS^ start, jogged to the upside on balance, _ Ilien b e g a n (o show more minus than plus signs in late dealings. E a s t m a n Kodak, Du Pont, Merck, Douglas Aircraft and U.S. of Mexico, reaching from Corpus Christi, Tex., to the mouth of the Rio Grande River. arm population. Between 1950 anc I960,-" farm population declined 1 nan with hlue eyes and thinning percent and the number of farm lair, "got too far out" with'round- workers dropped 28 per cent, oed baby doll patents in gleaming This switch from; labor fo ma chinery, the report said, has re duced agriculture's independence "The capitalization of argicu ure has broadened its.producfio iase greatly, but it has also mac t increasingly dependent upon ou side sources for its inputs anc capital," the department said. "Two-thirds of its production inputs are purchased; they arc affected by the terms of trade witli other, more highly organized sec:ors of the economy," it-added. "Agriculture's liabilities to outside lenders have increased from 10 billion to $25 billion in the last churches, . the first groups lo. join the enlecoslal cnlccoslnl ouncll. Ov*r 3M Million Momlwr. The additions bring the council.' i 198 denominations with more lan 300 million members in about I countries. With the exception of the Ro- ran Catholic .'Church, every lajor confession is now "strongly epresented" said Dr. W. A. Viser T'Hooft, the council general ecrelory. Never before, he said, has a greater variety of'expressions of ic Christian faith been brought sgelher in one 'movement." The Russian Church has a lembership estimated from 30 to i million in a population of 2M iliiion * people. .' ' . :; Admission of the Russian hu-rch culminated more than 10 cars of negotiation. Dr. 'Visser Hooft saki council leaders b*- amc convinced that participation. the Russian Church .would erve "the cause of Christ," J ark Service Is ^ Appealing Bear H a u l i n g Decision: LIVINGSTON, Mont.'. (AP) A amage awnrd in a case of a bear Hauling a Detroit'youth contains *rious implications 'for both na- onal parks and for^ts,' L. A: jarrlson, superinten'Jjnt of Yel- ows[one National Park, said. The youlh was awarded $125,900 damages and $3,000 in rnedir al expenses after'being injured y a bear In Mpntana's Glacier s'atibnal Park jn 1959. The Park Service is appealing tie decision, said Frerl BinnewieSj jssiston't supermtenrtent of Glacier 'ark, . -' -' Garrison and Binnewies pre- licled a more extensive program f warning . tourists about, bears" will be put into effect. "Will this mean vklims can revive damages after bites frorn, ·atllesnakes a'rid squkrels," Bin- ncwies asked · -members of the at heir v annual convention. tesfie Shoemaker of Dubois was' re-elected president of the group and Vince Benson Jr. of Dayton was named .secretary-treasurer. The reporl said this increased use of capital has brought aboul a significant increase in cash operating expenses, thereby leaving n smaller proportion of gross re- of land 113 miles long in the Gulf turns to the farm family. On a per farm basis, operating ex- Gify Traffic ' Accidents Collision Cdusts Minor"Injurkt Dr. K. J. Artist of 1TO2 Fair- acres .fli.. and Mrs, Sophia M. Koehler 'of I6~27 Montview 'Blvd. suffered minor injuries in a two- car accident al the intersection of 16th Ave. Ct. and 15th St. at 11:02 a. m. Saturday.. Dr. Artist suffered a knee Injury and Mrs. Koehler a possible chest injury,, ; , ; Dr. Artist was driving a 1959 sedan, which was damaged $300, and Mrs. Koehler a 1960 sedan, damaged $500. . 4 OHw Accidtnti Saturday Four accidents were reported on Grcelcy city streets Saturday, one Sunday and one Monday. Hazardous road conditions caused by tiie storm were blamed in several of the collisions, Time, location, vehicles, drivers and the damage in the accidents ·ere: Monday, 8:09 a.m., 17th St. and Fairacres Rd., a 1956 sedan, Margaret S. Scott, 3311 IlXh St., r.o damage, and a 1959 sedan, Leah H. Hay, 1412 16th St., $5. Sunday, 10:47 a.m., 9th Ave. and 12th St., 1956 sedan, Charles McDonald Jr., 57 Levis nd., $50 and a 1958 sedan, Mary Bruntz, 1501 9th St., $125. Saturday, 11:25 a.m., 1115 Ub Ave., 1953 sedan, Floyd G. Johnston, Evans, $10, ran into the front more than four-fold since 1940. Weeding Out of Overstaffed Defense Agencies Suggested chocks M.00-39.00; Tibs 50.00-56.00: choke - le rounds cut across 50.00-52.00. oice asid prime 35-55 ]bs 37.00- Geoeril bid lo irowcr* 1961 crop U.S. *fl. 1 pint« 6.00 i.o.b. Denver rate *Wp- of a point or more. Prices were irregularly higher on the American Stock Exchange ment should be less wedded to DEXVER ECGS Market sllgklly weaken demand fair: WfertnKS liberal: prices piM delivered Denver for eggs candled and graded in De»ver. cases relni--" "·-- " 31-40; large mlsed -- -- ·" and mljed AA 32-34; larce wkltes E; large mixed A 34-3C; raedlum A iti medium mixed A 18-31: tree unites and mixed B in active trading. Bond prices continued with mostly narrow changes. -NO PICKUP I an. ·n B .. _.. . 30-31; medium B 26: undergrade! DiNVER POTATOES Tola) U^. *hlpmer,l Trt 373. f *r» (I Co!o Fr 30. Ssl It, Son ·ratk Mo« 7; unloaded 4: diverted ; arrived Colo 5. Idaho 5; trucklm C*» I I , 1st m. i 0: oa 'rted 4; and HKhant:e: sl« Butterfat OH wfcoteffale market In lesx Ihin carM CrMntllies: U.S. No. 1 size A washed (Mkss otherwise slated; Colo rocnvd reds 2 la up 2-251 3U in min 2.40-2.50: U.S. '"'.50-2.75I Jll l» op'2.25-2'«: jo'ro*:-"'" ..«; 13 Ib sacks 50-33: russets b 10 ox mln or «-14 ci 3.40-3 50; umvaikrd ,,, 4 ei mln 25 per cent 10 oz ai " ' 100; 2 K-3.SO; lev. 3.31; 10 Ib EAC Url'Mako tussell 1-14 oz and 10 01 l*»4.3l HK4 M «C H» «« «» WASHINGTON' (AP)-A Senate group has urged the adminislra- ion to weed out "seriously overstaffed" defense agencies. It also called on the State De- [ypsum--ex dividend--held gains partment to assume more leadership in the making of national security policy, saying the depart- 'the philosophy of reacting mixed problems as they arise. Firnl Sl»t«m«rrt Local Market (C«TKf«ej to Nov. M) Wheat ^ tl.72 Oats, cwt R03 : JIM Tinto Besns «.00 Pinto Beans No. 2 $5.25 .56 A medium eggs ;.' 34 A large eggs 39 l.ighi hens Heavy hens These were among a series of ·ecommenflations contained in the final statement Saturday of the Jackson committee -- known of ficially as the subcommittee on Government Policy Machinery. Th« final statement closed the one of the most scholarly and non partisan investigations in modern need doing." congressional history. Al least a down of th« committee's major recommendation: administration. The wind up stale mcnt of Chairman Henry M Jackson. D-Wash.. reported, on items o! unfinished business. penses were said .to have risen of the Mo f fat-Paint and Glass building at 1115 Sth Ave., $200. Saturday, 11:23 a. m., 6h Ave, and 17th St., 1954 sedan, Jimmio Eugene Nelson, 507 nth St., $15qj and a 1953 sedan, Calvin Elroy McDaniel, 2511 16lh Ave., 5200. Salurday, 9:43 a.m., 9lh Ave. and 10th St., a 1956 sedan, Donald ;ion that faulty governmental ma :hinery is "rarely Ihe real culprit when our- policies are inconsistent ir when they lack sustained mo! menlum." Basic AgrMmervt Netxied "Unless our lop officials are in asic agreement about what is paramount for the national interest--what comes first and what comes second--there is bound lo x drift and confusion below," said the reporl. Tl Ihen sketched out specific ·ccommendations for improving :he policy-formulating 'machinery, including: The government must climinale iersonnel in national security de- Phillip Dere, Jackson Blvd., $250,' and a 1961 sedan, Alfred William Draylon, Fort Morgan, no dam- 5«- : Saturday, 9:43 a.m., 121h Ave. and llth St., a 1957 sedan, Jamci Taylor Walker, 1408 12tli Ave., $500, and a 1957 sedan, Jack G. Dickinson, 1501 Glcnmcre Rd., $150. books on what has been called partments and agencies who are "doing work that does not really The conflict-of-interest laws, some dating back to the Civil War, contain "pointless impedi- has been adopted by Ihe Kennedy mcnts to public service." The te- port called on (he administration to remove barriers which exclude able citizens from public service USE THI TRIBUNE WANT ADS At the top of theJUt: a condu-'USE THE TRIBUNE WANT A45 CHy Council Agenda Council Tuesday evening il scheduled to take up the following i Pelitkm for closing of 21st Ave. south of 27th St., final reading of ordinance annexing Royal Manor Addition, initial reading.of. ordinance for annexing Hillside.Sec- ond 'Addition, eily altotney'i opinion on qualification of pcr sons living outside city to derW op boards and commissions, ap- Minlments to fill vacancies na Zoning Board of Appeals and Mu- seum'Board, and request by Bojvd m 90S litti Av«; U itaastt U-q parliissj, mTi'jri

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