Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 23, 1961 · Page 2
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 2

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, October 23, 1961
Page 2
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l':»;e 2 GUKELEY TlllHUNE By JOHN KAMPS WASHINGTON (AP)-Tbe Rcc- lanuition num.u pl.-H» lo p u t c n d h i p nexl Juro 30. *10I.91G,MO into Moil., Oct. 23, IflGl'recreational fish and wildlife fa-iand subslalions, Shiprock-Albu-'C |.. MQ V cilillcs at lhc same project. . 'qucrquc line niu! substation, Curc-j' ( Y l U y i Tlie bureau sal.l $500,000 wouldjcantl-Midway lino and substation."1",;o lor starting; the Emery Countylnnd tbo Curccanli-Craijj line and] Unit of Ihe Colorado River Slor-lsubstntion. C l G G T G SGVS age Project In Ulah. I Also called for is prccunstruc- ·' Tire ro|xrt showed, a total of','^ n( wo fk TM. 111 l'! eMC L c , n C '* yo " way-Limon Upper Colorado Project To Get $100 Million '.program in lhc Unpcr Co1orado!$14,lM,000 for conltoiiing work onjCcnlcrvillc-Fillmoro-St. :-|Kivcr Basin region in the year the Warning Gorge-Oak Creek!""!! anl1 on lh « W K TM power linos and substations. Glenl^- its conslniclion Hie bureau reported Friday it Canyon-Curccanti lines and S «b- Advance p i a n in n g funds ofjheavy outbreak of - ------- HUM earmarked that amount formations and lhc Guiinison-Bliic'.S'.W.OOO were allocated for Ihcjwmlcr. · ficd strains, lint the vaccine is in ;shnrt f i i p p ' v . ! As a .esull, the dcparltnenl has ';iskcd t h a i remaining supplies be juscd to immunize so-called hijl| 'risk groups. Persons in (lies'.- DENVEH (AP) -- Dr. Hoy L.'tjroups, Dr. Mollohan said, include Clcere, Elate health director, sairl'ti'ose with heart disease. Inbcr- ' , , . . . closis ami other diseases, persons Colorado may be facing a ^ (h . m ^ ^^ \ v n m n n public is vital such as leachcrs.lcrn, alom-proof shelter. The pro- : doctor' nurses policemen and jccl will cost 2.5 million marks ,. " . ' : 15025,000) for Ihe concrele-block " 1C . shelter which will hold 1,500 pec- .!VTMUKD, Germany (AP)-- pic in 40 separate rooms. TMr n'LmbSit/.^'uSE TH, TRIBUNE WANT ADS |Fri n s ll.,s a]1(1 , wll[)SO work C H A R L E S H. S H A F F E R 1213 16th Avenue EL 2-1796 IJtl.1 V'll J I lit I M-1.1 I I I ill ( J l l n J l M U IUI J-31UIIUH3 «JJUI Hit u u M l i r j i j j i - i jmv I . . ' 1 I f 17 uoVef and irrigation projcetsMesa - Curecanli · Monlrosc lines fyslal Dam and power plant of * . " ' J . . _ . »l. n r'.ipn..nnt: «,'ATnn+ In/1 Illn tilll the Curecanti project and Hie Sill, Central ytaji yu) Lyman Projeels. For fish arid w'ildliie facilities in Colorado, \ V y o . t n t i i E , Utah, land substations. Arizona and New Mexieo. i[ The p r o g r a m also includes itinnMiiissioi) lines for Upper Colcn ruir Line u rado River Storage Project power, Sinclair line Also contemplated U construction on lite Vcrnal-Springvillc-Hy- and substation, Craig' ai«( substation.' J'1'.HIMlll'l.'U'fc^l'l jil'.ri'unil planning y\A construction of'Canyon-Pinnaclc Pcnk-Mrsa line He said a high incidence of cases lias been reported already al llic Upper Colorado project, . $2,933,500 was set aside. , "TM nllacks occur m arrival fashions... packed w^th value as Penney's goes · C . S - M o l l o h TM- *'.* of he , epidemiology eonlrol section of Ibe! ^odo Healtn Departincnt said flu vaccine now being given car-, ries protection against all kfcnti- ut for baby ra^J - V in sornc areas. 'flic last severe outbreak was in 1957-58 when "a large number A breakdown ot funds for con-! 0 ' " SC! L of rAsion "" wcre rc ' tinuing construetion of projects,!^'" 1 ' Dr ' ?TM c sald ma , ss '" now under way includes: , ' Glen Canyon, Ariz.-Utah, $35,- lhrcc { ° 275,000; F l a m i n g Gorge, Utah^yo., $11,430,000; Weber Basin, Utah, $8,158,000; Curecanti, Colo., $6,222,000; Seedskadee, Wyo., $5,846,000; Navajo, N.M.-Colo., $4,910,000; Florida, Cok)., $2.815.000; Ccntra\ Utah, Vernal Unit, Ulah $1,323,000; Provo River, Ulah. SI.-! 102,000; Hammond, N.M., $1,895,-' 000; Smith Fork, Cok)., $2,073,000; Collbran, Colo., $759,000; Eden, Wyo., $172.000; Grand V a l l e y , IColo., $160,000; Uncompabgre, [Colo.. $320,000; P a o n i a, Colo., ;$4W,000. | In addition to llic $101,916.5001 construction program, Ihe bureau said lhc Weber-Box Elder conservation district in Ulah is get- ling a $294,478 project loan. QUEBEC (AP) -- Maj. uen. |jean Victor Allard, 48, former vice chief of lhc general s t a f f , 'sailed for Europe Friday night to jtoke command of the 4th Brilish Division in Gvrmuny. 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SOFT COTTON GAUZE DIAPERS PER DOZEN Soft, absorbent cotton gauze, double woven, w r i n k l e - resistant! Here's a real chance to save 1 PLASTIC PANTS Plastic coated circular knit rayon. Sized by weight for proper f i t . White and pastel colo.-s. 3 PAIR 88c COTTON VESTS lOO^o combed cotton . . . short sleeves! Easy- in-and-out yoke design! Cut to our specifications! White. 3 FOR 88c TODDLER ORLON® CARDIGAN BUYS! ' 1 77 Feel (he quality ... see t h e smart s t y l i n g . Choose f r o m white, pink, blue in quick-care Orion acrylic! Toddler sizes 1 to 3. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Federal Land Bank 5 1/-0/ 'FARM '* /° LOANS LONG TERM With privilege to pay all or any part of loan at any time and stop interest on the part paid. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION 1008 9th St. Ph. 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