Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 30, 1962 · Page 2
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Page 2 CREKLKY TO I HI NE Friday, Nov. 30. 1962, London Fog iiealiou directors at the I'nitcd; , ^-, «· ·,.. - i 'states Air Force base at Ruislip. LONDON-Two American girls. in I-mdim are doing a thrivim: near Ixmdon. have sold 8,000 cans| bu.-mess sellini; cans i( "genuine'.of fog at half a crown 135 ctsJ London fo-;" Miss Marge Binder'.each, mostly to Americans on anu Miss Bibs McAghon both rec-ilheir way home from Kurope. IAFF-A-DAY fireater Value in Long, Long TV Life... Fewer Service Problems I Tins earlier distribution wilM Ipermil those with fixed incomes| T ·"turn the cards at once, whilci A t ^ pj\n .-.* i . - i t l i nirninuc tu" I'hant'in"' Th« Cameron · Mod.l K2738 Superb Modern, lo-boy ilyling in genuine veneers and select hardwood color*. HANDCRAFTED i No Printed Circuital t No Production ShorfcuUI with earnings or changing ncomes may still wait until they get their \V-2 forms or other information they need to know in: order lo answer the questions. Veterans and dependents re- _ .-eiving pension under the law in dent Council. Of Area Council i Four (Ireeley High School stu- |dents attended" a recent meeting of the Northern Conference Stu- U.S. Adds 14 Million 'w^- sierra Uw »- " auri '; UNITED NATIONS. N.V._n,e-a. and Mongolia - brough four countries that joined the 14.0W.OOO more people under Ui« I'nited Nations in 1961 - Tan-lf.N. aegib. effect prior to July 1, I960, are re- ([uired to report only their annual i income. Persons on the rolls under the pension law that wen: They were: Butch Butler, piesi- dent of both the C.HS student body ar.d the Northern Conference Sin-: dent Council; Bob Larson. GHS into cffeci July 1. 1%0. are re- ..^rtsmanship chairman; Linda OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 8:30 tllbti mmtd _^- _...,,»»»" »·*»"·"'' "On the other hand, we're seldom bothered with mice. tiircd to fill iii a net worth item s required by law. Laws governing nonservice- onnected pension payments require that the VA receive tlii^ ncome information every year, 'ayment of pension depends en he individual's need as determined by the amount of income received annually from somce.- other than pension. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS VA Mailing juestionnaires On Income Early The Veterans Administration is mailing some two million annua income questionnaires with the Nov. 30 pension cheeks -- one month earlier than hcrctotore. ac-j men t s received in 1962. Brown. Pep Club president, mni \rdcc McConnell. CHS student ·ouncil secretary. The quartet attended discussion groups on Key Clubs, sportsmanship, scholastic trophies, traffic safety and exchange programs. The next meeting will he Jun. 26 at Fort Collins. H««rinj Aidi-Begin Phirmancy.--Adv. Colorado will receive the question naires, Benke said. The questionnaires are punched cards which must be filled out with the required information and returned to the VA before the usual deadline -- Jan. 31 -- or] r ^ . 1 1 after suspension no questionnaire is submitted, the pensioner will required to pay back all pay- cording to E. H. Benke, manager of the VA Center in Deirer. These annual income questionnaires go to veterans and dependents of deceased veterans on the VA's nonservice-connected pension rolls and to parents of de ceased veterans who are receiv- |ing dependency and indemnity (compensation. Close to 20-tho These forms are machine punched. The VA requests these cards be handled with care so they can be processed through tabulating machines when they are returned They must not be folded, trimmed or mutilated in any manner. They should be returned prompt ly to the address in the upper right hand corner. This addrcs DRIVING LESSON It's not true that children tie their parents down Since we've had our six children, my wife and I go out more than ever. Last night, for instance, I went out three times even before dinner--to take a child somewhere or bring it bock; and that was only a warm-up for the major excursions of the evening. These frequent outings, apart from being a gay life, save money, too. This year, for example, I won't have to buy anti-freeze for the car What with having all these teenage girls and getting to drive them to all these wonderful activities, I never have to shut the motor off long enough for it to get cold. Friends, if your children ore driving you mad, try keeping them .home nights with an ADMIRAL COLOR TV from Tom Kerr, Inc., 1710 9th St., telephone 353-1451. © By Popular Demand - GRAND OPENING SALE CONTINUES! Brand New HOOVER Convertibles ... still in factory cartons ·ff Not a budg»»-prlc»d model, actually Hoover' btttl ·jf Tripl« ckoning action, big motor, strong suction. ·ff SM it today . · · it's the buy of th« year. SPECIAL FACTORY PURCHASE! $CT50 57 Regular 74.95 PERRY'S VACUUM CENTER 1501 9th St. phon « 353-0759 AT MOUNTAIN SAVINGS ** Now is the time for you to open, add to or transfer your funds to Mountain Savings, and start benefiting from Mountain's high rate of 4%% a year. This higher rate means your savings earn more for you than ever before... plus the extra profit of S H Green Stamps, and your account is insured to $10,000 by an agency of the United States Government. Accounts opened on or before the tenth of any month earn from the first... open your insured savings account now. Green Stamps OPEN OR ADD TO YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT IN THE FOLLOWING AMOUNTS: $100 to $499 ...... Receive FREE 250 SH Green Stamps $500 to $999 ...... Receive FREE 500 SH Green Stamps $1,000 or more ____ Receive FREE 850 SH Green Stamps Positively a limit of 850 stamps lo any one person. , 9.W W.» S» Ml Bouldtr Off !c« 2300 Broadway, Bow'Jtr, Colondo, Hlllsnit 2-1090 Longmont Office 418 Coffmtn St., Longmont, Colorado, PR 8-1362 * Sr»«ley Office 1000 Ninth Avenue, Qreeley. Colorado, ELgln 2-6128 * AND LOAN A S S O C I A T I O N

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