Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on February 25, 1976 · Page 26
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 26

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, February 25, 1976
Page 26
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GREELGY (Cote.) TRIBUNE Wed., Feb. S, 1171 Non-explosion pact studied by exporters By NICHOLAS DANILOFF WASHINGTON (UPI) After months of consultation with Russia and other advanced countries, the United States has decided to require a no- explosion pledge from import ere of American nuclear technology. Potential importers must promise not to use the technology to produce any nuclear explosions -- peaceful, military, or otherwise. In addition, the U.S. government pledges to "exercise restraint" in exporting such sensitive items as fuel enrich- ment procedure*, Inavy water technology, and spent fuel production which could be used in developing illicit nuclear weapons. And it proposes creation of regional, multinational centers for reprocessing spent nuclear fuel to diminish the danger of illicit diversion of Plutonium into arms production. These decisions -- plus details of an emerging international approach to nuclear exports by industrialized nations -- were outlined Monday and Tuesday to the Senate subcommittee. AUTTULEARY Morfmos to become U.S. commoiweo/fh w RUSSIA -we STATBOWNS FINANCE COMPANIES PO WASHINGTON (UPI)-Congress his approved legislation to make the Northern Marianas -- a group of Pacific islands near Guam--a commonwealth of the United States. President Ford is expected to sign the bill, which eventually will extend U.S. citizenship to 14,000 residents of the 14 Islands. Tliey presently are in » district of the United Nations, Pacific Trust Territory. '', The Senate voted .66 to 23 Tuesday for the House-approved measure. A plebescite on the commonwealth covenant was supported by 79 per cent of the voters in the Marianas last year. Senate proponents of the bill said it was important to reaffirm the United States' strategic position in the Pacific, following its withdrawal from Indochina. Opponents argued the move splintered the 2,000 islands of Micronesia In violation of the United Nations' position on trust territories. I WHEN QUALITY AND COUNT MONFORT GOLD Round Steak $1 · 19 Ib. MONFORT GOLD mvjnruKi UULU , Rump Roastjl 15 MONFORT GOLD £ ^ Top Round Steak:! 39 MONFORT GOLD BONELESS £ Pikes Peak Roast,*! 19 WISCONSIN ^·O« Longhorn Cheese. 1 ^i)l»SPECIALS MAPLE RIVER BONELESS FARMLAND GRADE A 39 SLICED BACON $ 1 BETTY CROCKER Tf\t PUFFS Mf\t Angel Food Cake Mix tt. ta /3 Facial Tissue 200d 49 Shurfresh BISCUITS..,,,* 2/25* £ urfrefh Grode AA QQ C Shurfresh MARGARINE....** 29' Bllttef .b. pkg T 7 ASSORTED FLAVORS Jl /Si 00 ""NT'S Shurfresh Yogurt .** 4/ 1 Tomato SaucCeoz ca n 3/57 _ . . . . . . JOLLYTIME Gold Medal ^^ * » _ - - . n A JlAt in *i 69 Pop^ 11 -^ 49 .|^^/ fc. bag 1 Highland Grade AA 4*414* 39 ( i SMUCKERS ^^ I argp FffCTQ Granp Jellv « 89 C "'o 13 L o6 5 urgpe jcny 32 oz. iar OT Ameriean Beauty SMUCKERS 4 Strawberry Jam....3201.1**I 29 «« TEXAS RUBY RED Grapefruit 10 98° Chiquita Bananas J8 C Sunkist Navel Oranges i18 c ,. FRESH-BAKED FROM OUR OWN IFROZEN FOODS; MJB Coffee , ED^CHET WESTVIEW FOOD STORE 19 V' i BANQUET Buttermilk Rolls 12/55* £ / C A t VANDEKAMP Cinnamon Rolls 0/39 Fish Fillets "7 A( ORE-IDA $100 Coffee Cakes ,,» Potato Cubes =» ... $2 19 49* 24JO 10th STREET, GREELEY, COLORADO Prices in this ad good through Tuesday, (March 2 PRICES GOOD AT HAYS MARKET, JOHNSTOWN MOR ^ WE GIVE MOR-VALU STAMPS THE SAVINGS YOU CAN SEE!

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