Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 25, 1977 · Page 18
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 18

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, May 25, 1977
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18 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Wed,, May25.1977 NRA gearing up for gun bill fight CINCINNATI (UPI) - The 1.2 million member National Rifle Association is gearing up for a renewed battle agains proposed gii-rtc.-.tro! !fgis!a!ion now that it has revamped its leadership. "The most important thing for us to do is to support as strongly as possible the job of opposing restrictive legislation aimed at legitimate gun owners," new NRA President Lloyd Muslin, a retired Navy hard-line stance against gun vice admiral, said as the NRA control, ended a stormy five-day nation- The new president, who al convention Tuesday. described himselt as having a Mustin, of Alexandria. Va., "strong a'.titude and a willing- said the NRA membership ness to act" in opposing gun ousted four of the groups top- control, said the membership ranking executives, including apparently linked former First the first and second vice Vice President Irvine Reynolds presidents who were in line to and Second Vice President lead the group for the next two Alonzo Garcelon with the views years, because they posed a of C.R. Gutermuth, a past "threat" to the traditional NRA president. . Nuclear fuel cask survives test crash ALBUQUERQUE. N.M. (UPI) -- A locomotive traveling 81.5 miles per hour crashed into a nuclear fuel cask Tuesday, but the cask did not leak. "It's not your normal, grade- crossing accident," said Robert M. Jefferson of Sandia Laboratories, which is conducting a series of crashes to test the cask's strength and the reliability program. of its scale-model Jefferson said the tesl was "much, much more severe" than previous tests in which the The 28-ton stainless steal and cask was put on a trailer and lead cask, designed to carry crashed into a concrete wall, spent nuclear fuel, was mounted on a trailer at a crossing at He said the final test this fall the lab's test track. The » r winter will involve the high- locomotive, powered by six speed impact of a railroad car Nike rockets, knocked the cask carrying the cask into a into the air and dented it, but the cask was not broken. L ; .··:.·'··-- --JfeM: concrete wall, followed by a fire. TEST CRASH -- A locomotive slams into a tractor -- trailer rig carrying a casks. Sandia Laboratories scientists conducted the test Tuesday, nuclear fuels cask in the third in a series of tests to determine the strength of such Wirephoto) Our low prices bring you in. Our people bring you back. *. "". Quality Foods At Big Savings For Your Memorial Day Weekend Albeitsons S^OPEN MEMORIAL DAY 10 a.m. to 7 p.m BEEF CHUCK ROASTS MEAT MANAGER'S SPECIALS V; · · · · . Albertson's Supreme 7-Bone BEEF CHUCK STEAKS Albertson's Supreme 7-Bone Ib. SIRLOIN STEAKS ·Albertson's. Supreme Bone-In Ib. 1.54 BEEF RIB STEAKS Albertspn's Supreme Bone-In PRODUCE MANAGER'S SPECIALS RED RIPE SWEET WATERMELON 18 to 22 Lb. Avg. EACH CUCUMBERS GR. PEPPERS Fresh New Crop Save fc Ea. CANTALOUPE Sweet Rip. Calllornia Salad Tomatoes Re, R^ s,.eacu, .3^1 Yellow Onions *,,*,,,,.,,*... 5iB Ss 1 SAVE ., White Potatoes »=,, *, f s .«« u ID. 19c D !35£ Avocados C ,, M ,«,.« : 3,,«1. Hanging Basket ,«,,=.,P., SP , ,, im .. 6.98 iced Bacon nch Meat nch Meat nadian Bacon » 2 49 Wilson Certified Chunk Corn King Sliced Bologna, Salami Or Spiced 12-Qz.. Corn King Variety Pad 12-Oz. . moked Sausage » I 55 **CarnRlnB' · · ' ©Braunschweiger..,,,. 97 C ^f^ Wilson Certified Chunk GROCERY MANAGER'S SPECIALS MOIETY MANAGER'S SPECIALS NO-PEST STRIPS 187 dfe ( STAR COFFEE FILTERS Sat!25c M $1 filh *t lor I ^ fDIAPERS ^-V I I ^ohnion Johnion .,, "^3 I I uayiime 24-couni ft '.y," 11 ;! 1 "''. \ I [avernlflhl IB-count Dlsposibte '...,,,, ' ,. "\ } {2 s ® ¥ g-a- DIAPARENEI Babr Wllh Clotlil ISC-counlJ 179 a Regular Diet Flavors 12-Oz. Cans CHIPS Red Seal 10-Oz. Pkg. SAVE26C HASVIBURGER AND HOT DOG BUNS Janet Lee 8 Packs Sliced 3 FOR SAVE 5C EAT ICC Creamjanel tee Hall Eal. Whipping Cream i HOmO Milk»l"rtMii-! Gallon Dixie Plates?*io£«zc Un Plinc"' 111 ' 1 "' 11 " HOI bllpS»-coonl7-Oi.Si, 1" 19' ,79 66c 1" Polish DillsKSS 1" Kraft Dressing,TM'!,!,^ 61 c Kraft Dressingn.i.u,, 8 .oi. 65c Kraft Dressingcoo"«Boz.65c Imperial Margarine Mb. Save 5c 7ZC Unn ._ n lceTcaHUUwGBI 145 Nestea 4-oi. save» 1" ., . Ice Tea Mil Cannlsler 933 NeSIBa 32-Oz. Save IOC L fi gt Butternul Regular. /]48 UOTTeCPOLOMDl-LD.aave I7c ^ n tt ,,Butternut Regular Efec. Perh 094 UOttee«n,ln?-U. SJVS35C 0 - ., RuHernut Regular. Elec. Perki QQS Coffee Drip 3-lb. Sa.e 77c IJ Barbecue Sauce KiT* 5 "" 93' Maxim Krs.Wc""" 4 6B lnst.Co«eeSffi"SK' 3" Mashed Pot H .ToVS,e"'7 1 c" nl 35c Tov _ 1 ,_Uniwetlened Pinli Grapelrulli 75 TeXSUHjulce 72-uz. save uc ' Texsun^oTffir"* 1 " 1" Lux Liquid Si'LTU.TM 1" Snack Noodles MM 5,,, $ 1

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