Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 6, 1962 · Page 22
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USDA Choice ROUND STEAK or SWISS STEAK Full Cut Rounds Ib, USDA Choice Top Boneless ROUND STEAK Ik. 89* USDA Choice Well Trimmed T-BONES or SHORT CUTS Ib. ^^····i^MMMBBB USDA Choice RUMP ROAST Bone in, any size cut , 09 1 a^» 73 Derby CHILI or TAMALES 2can.49C Swift's Brookfleld BUTTER ... 57c Campbell's TOMATO SOUP 3.., 29c Shurfresh CRACKERS Ib. 19c KLEENEX 23c 400 Box USDA choice SIRLOIN STEAKS Regular or Extra Thick Ib. 93' P«j« 22 GKEELEY TRIBUNE TfcuriL, DM. *, 19«2 SIRLOIN TIP STEAK None nicer ^^·^^·iMH^BM Swift's Premium BACON 89 49 AVOCADOS IOC Each IAFF-A-DAY Moist hams wi3 be Uxltd water added. K*a4 the llW to Mt bow much water if a4M K«- member litre ii ·* extra water in hams labeled fully rooked, according to Federal regulation!. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled it unfair to require the word imitation on the label of haras with water added. Your family may prefer the ham with water addtd. lt' a good chance to try one to see. Meat packers tested members of 600 families in Chicago, Birmingham. Philadelphia and San Frani. Ham wiht !0 per cent wa- ler added was preferred by more participants than either the ham without additional moisture or Hie ham with *) per rent water added. Cheese food products with water added are well lied. Perhaps you'll like the extra-moist ham. Area Labor Council Plans Moving Ahead ·r cHARLit j. MCDONALD "We'll be ruined if word geta out thit someone broke in and took only the frame*!" ^MARKETS §r JIANNITTI LYNCH CSU Ixtatiwn Sptciafiit You can buy ham with or without water added this Christmas. Many Colorado supermarkets are braving the emotional storm aroused over watered ham. They are offering the moist ham to local shoppers..Thi» takes nerve because in Colorado we're used to buying fully cooked hams. These, under Federal law, can have no extra moisture. Like visions of sugarplums, visions of ham at 39c or 49c per Ib. dance through the heads ot ~~ ----T meat men. But this year ham o( all types is coitly at wholesale. Siding A l u m i n u m a Pioneer 2301 10th St. Even retail specials at 49c appeal Impractical. Hams with 10 per cent water added wholejale for 10 per cat leu.than hams with no water added. This makes them about 6 cents a pound cheaper. By selling both mout hams and hams with no water added, meat ir.es t'sii o'fer consumers ham al two prices. Some stores plan to offer both hams at the s a m e price. They reason the money llney save by purchasing water added hams can be passed along to conaimcrs. Price tags for fully i cooked hams will be lower than would be possible otherwise. lourt Awards )amages to Virginia Daly WASHINGTON 'API-Virginia arren Daly, daughter of Chief ustice Earl Warren, was award- J17.0QO damages Wednesday Hie end of a complex lawsuit esulting from an injury in 1953. Owners and operators of a fill- t station where Mrs. Daly, wile television personality John aly, broke her leg, were ordered i pay the damages. Their atlor- ?ys said they would appeal. Mrs. Daly sued for $50,000, con ending she. fell into an improper y lighted stairwell as she walked oward her car parked near Jorts stadium. A U.S. District Court jury came i Tuesday with a verdict [or Mrs Daly, but against only one delend ant-Sinclair Kefining Co. Judge )avid A. Pine sent Ihe jury back or further deliberation, saying hi: nslrudions ruled out a verdic against Sinclair only. The verdic Wednesday included the operator [ the station and the owner o le property. FRYERS and ROASTERS Carter's Corn Fed Home Grown Pan Ready, Ib. Fresh 49 BANANAS _ 2,.25c CABBAGE _ ,,, 6c POTATOES 10 Ib. Pliofilm Bag 35C Swedish Christmas Items POTATO SAUSAGE, homemade Ib. 69c SVEA OST CHEESE Ib. 89c LIMPA BREAD 1 |b. loaf 49c LUTFISK, home soaked, ready Dec. 13 Also LINGONBERRIES, WHOLE SALT HERRING, JARS OF PLAIN OR SOUR CREAM HERRING Come in arid Register for the A-G 522,000 SWEEPSTAKES Dec. 2 thru 22-No Purchase Necessary STEWING *n" r *A* HENS. Ib. 25 to JO Turkeys and Geese Also Available Carter's Poultry Farm 2 Miles West of U Salle Ph. 284-7749 Uu) ItalM 411 Work is progressing on the or- aouation of U» NortheaM Colo- ado Labor Council. The council ill serve Uw Gr««!*y, LovtUnd ind Fort Collins area, with a ro- tion of regular monthly men- gs among these thret towm. The new counrU will work In njunction with the Colorado Um Council, although it ie not equired to -rii.mic *ilh the «Ut« «dy. · · · · A local union contractor, Heo- sel Pheips Construction Co., r»- eived the contract for the tes nd phase of the State Farm re- tonal office here. I'helpj was also contracted to j the first phaie of construe- on on the regional office. Pheips also has the contract w conslructinK the new Melho- ist Church at 10th Ave. and IWi Bureau of Adv. Told Business s Wonderful DETROIT (AP) - "Business Is ood and better and the American mblic is optimistic about the !u ure." That U UK coAMiuui at a grou of newspaper eweutivu woo wtr nlerviewed here Tuesday. The. were attending a letnl-innua' meeting of the Bureau of Adver ising of the American Ncwspape 'ublishers Association Inc. John Watkins, I'rcildent am publisher ot The Providence dt.l. Journal Bulletin, said, "I think here Is a renaissance In Khod siand. It was once a distrcstec area but retail sales are up an people are now more optimist) han they have been in the I'aM "resident Kennedy's slitfcncd ot itude toward the Hussions In the Cuban situation encouraged people." Kichard Amberg, publisher ,, The St. LouLi Post-Democrat, sai u.'iness in h!s area will cqus ast year's figures. He said h bought the public was hcartenc iy President Kennedy's mill firm actions in the Cuban crisi However, he said, this firmno, was relaxed and some person "feel he may have niven nw more than he gained." Palmer Hoyt. editor and pu lislicr of The Denver Post, sni "business is fine - wonderful in Colorado and the whole mou lain West. Business is better tha last year and 1 don't think nn body is worrying about \mr. Another union contractor, A. I. iorner I Company of Denver, las started \*ork on the second has* of the Greeley bypast. Because ol the work, L'.S. 85 U been detoured through Garen City and Rosedale. · · · · A new union contractor hsj lo- atcd in Greeley. S. W. Cooper onstruction Inc. has just begun ork on the new Medical Plan xulding at 3000 letli St. Sam Coontr operates the Gre*. e, ollicc of the wmlsruction firm I 2225 9th Ave. Gen» Morton ii n charge of the Denver ollic*. · · · · Carpenler Brotherhood mem- er« will entertain their wivei nd gu«sti at an annual banquet t the Lakeshore Saturday night. A ladles auxiliary charter will se pretcnted. ind charter members and officeri of the auiill- ry will be installed. Mn. Raymond Rclnhardt, Malt president of tbe Udiei Auiilinry t Carpenters and Jointer* o( \merica. will 1* the Installing ifficer. · · t · A new program o( training apprentices b) now under way in th« ireelcy area. Al present upprtn- ices are being trained lor plumb- ng and carpenter work. CarpraUn Local 418 has eight apprentice* working at graduated ay rate* wHh union contractors. Several trainees have already graduated and are now working is journeymen mechanic-carpen- ers. Other men in UK area han ndicatcd an Interest to starting the training. The training came out o( cetinj! last month al which :ime plans were born In improvi such programs. Denver Man Gets 25 Years for Bank Robbery OMAHA AP - Charlet William Evans. 37, Denver, wa* sentenced to 25 years In prison Tuesday for his part in the tH.OQn robbery ot the State Bank of Endors, Neb., last April. Federal DIM. Judge Richard Robinson sentenced Evens, wli" was convicted by a jury »ever.il weeks ago. Charles Fxlward Saxlon, !4. Denver. acqdIM ot r o b b e r y Denver. Bquitlpd or r o b b e r y on three years probation. He win convictc-d lit Inlerbtnlc transpor- talinn of Mnlcn pro|Krty. INSTANT PROTEIN We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities. NONE SOLD TO DEALERS WE GIVE RED STAMPS M " n - thru Th u r '- 8:3 o : r r \. ,^ sat., 8:30 to JOHNSON'S Town and Country MARKET Highway 85 La Sail*, Colo. Here's the handy, refreshing way to keep up on spot n!. lunch-time, dinner-time mid in-hetwecn- your protein: Meadow (iold Cottage Cheese! Thn lime. You'll like its fresh flavor, fresh, delicious answer to trie nutrition you need Ont. (·reamy-frcsh, Meadow Cold Collng* -without, the calories you don't need. HOPS great Cheese today. Keep it. ready, nerve it often, just plain, or fancied up in any salad--hit* the Instant protein for busy people. ·mi Rtr.i :i IOCPI c*. Meadow Gold Dairy 450 25th St. Grttlty, Colorado

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