Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 19, 1955 · Page 12
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 12

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, December 19, 1955
Page 12
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Page 12 GKEELIvY T K I H U N E Monrt.iy, Doc. 19, 1955 Art Forgers '; A new art "racket" has lurned lip in Paris. An art forger openly copies an old piaster in the Louvre. Then, as a copy, il is scnl to' America for sale. .Meanwhile an anonymous letter roaches Ihc United Stale's customs, saying: "An attempt is being made to smuggle in genuine Itcmbrandts r.s copies." When confronted by customs men the gang member with llic picture "admits" it is an old master. He is fined heavily but leaves wilh a receipt for duly paid on a "sen uine" old master -- a^ receipt worth far more than the .noncy spent, l LATE SHOPPERS! If you're in the market for an 8mm Movie Projector, be sure to see these , two outstanding buys. ,» BROWNIE Tftwie, PROJECTOR A single control provider clear, sharp forward projec- lion, "stills," reverie action, and power rewinding. Hai a super-fast //1.6 lens and comes in its own built-in caie. You won't find a belter buy. Only $62. CINE-KODAK PROJECTOR Unbeatable choice if you wonf really big Bmm, moviej --up lo 5 feel wide. Supeib optical system assures bril* Hani screening!. .Many olhef d« luxe features. CompTel* wilh built-in case, $ 1 1 5 . Pficis include Federal Tax. · Open 'Til 8 p.m. This Week WILSON WILSON "Greeley's Photographic Headquarters" ' 15138th Ave. Junior Glamor Gifts paste arc! · tooth .brush. There, are available intriguing x toothbrush holders -- one plays .chillies vvhci the toothbrush is" removed. IE. is attached to the bathroom Wall with suction cups. Her very own nail polish . , . Comes in * kit of-nuntcur* «c- etisorfei surt to delight, every I! Hit girl. By VIVIAN BROWN * AP Newsfeatures WriUr You. can please a little girl by giving her a Momrny-lype Christmas gift. That includes anything from compact to hair brush. These are things to a m u s e JILT at home, toiletries to encourage her hath routine, gocxl grooming items to help keep her'rlidy. They have definite appeal because "they're just like Mom's. A youngster from 7 to 11 is · definitely at that mimrry si age. She wants lo grow up fast and borrows Mom's powder puff and high heels, at every opportunity. Give her a hairbrush like the one mother uses, a toiletries kit "Obtaining toilet water nJ bath -powder, a manicure with emery boards, nail cream, polish lo put twinkle in her finger nails "wblle In her play world. Even a compact is created "just for liny, tots amusement. You can get a ' message over with ybnr present. Gift her with a shoe shine kit. and show" her how- to use it/ It'll look mightly glamorous u n d e r . the "tree in a festive wrapping to lake' it out of the chore stage. . It's a good-time too lo present nail brush. Wrap.if daintily and put it in the Blocking. Oilto tooth Earthquake Shakes Imperial Valley Friday EL CENTRO, Calif, tfi -- Sharp earthquakes jarred : the Imperia Valley Friday nigh'l and early Sat urday- shaking buildings and shattering shop -window's in Brawley i-l miles north off here.- No- injuries or fires were report eel and damage was largely to plaster, windows, ceilings anc merchandise which toppled front store shelves.. . ' , 2 War Criminals .Freed TOKYO Lfl ---"Two more major war criminals of World -War- II were freed from Sugamo Prison Friday after serving 10 years. They arc Marquis- Koichi Kido, CO, wartime lord, keeper of the privy seal, 1 and Hiroshi 05 hi ma GO, wartime ambassador to Nazi Germany. · · ·* . Bollt were sentenced lo life. Choose The Finest Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds and Silver at the Lowest Prices-Shop and Make This Her Greatest Christmas! Bridal Pair 575.00 Gifts for Her · Pen, Pencil Sets · Cigarette Lighter · Traveling Clacks · Birthsrane Ring · Jewelry ·Billfaldi · Pearli · Earring! ·Cigarerte Case · Compact Silverplate 1.847 Rogeri Bros., Services for 8 start at Wm. Rogers Son Complete Service for 6 Community 26-piece service for 6 Holmes Edwards 26-piece service for 6 ..$56.50 .. 32.50; .. 47.75 .. 46.00 ,.-- OTHER Suii5e$m GIFT HITS --- / · JtSL COOKEK 1 DIET fHYU .Up To $50 For.Ybur Old Watch In Trade Choose From Theie · Farnoui" Brands: . · Bulova ·Omega ·Longlnc'l . *LeCoultre ·Hamilton , ·Wittnsuer Gifts for Him .·Pen and Pencil Seti ·Billfoldj · Cigarette Lighters ·Emblem Rings ·Birthsrone Rings '·D"esk Pen Set ' · ; .·Tie Bor · '·Cuff Linkj · Initial Rings ·Electric Shaven ' . Norelco . Roman Schick : Sunbeam . , Remington Credit--You Nome Your Own Term* Open Every Night 'Til 8:30 Until Christmas Eve oivan Your Quality Jeweler 819 Tenth St. .CLEVELANU W - Sled and.|ron scrap 'prices set another '-record high lasl week, and record exports arc contributing lo (he risc,,"Steer' magazine said Friday) .The magazine's price" composite on stcclmaking scrap jumped $1.31 last .week- lo v an unprccendented $50.17 a gross ton. Until the pro- vions week, the record had been $48 a ton. in January, 1951.' The price on scrap has risen for seven consecutive .weeks.- . ' ~ ' : A of 4,875,000 nel Ions o("scrap .will be exported this year, the metal working weekly predicted., Th'al will be 3)1,240 Ions over the. old recorri set-In-1837, when war-minded Japan was a lop customer. . ' : Steel produclion was 100 per cent of capacity !ast week, (he pritfe held firm, nntl demand stayed high, the magazine said. T[ said "upward pressure on steel prices is 'near a bursting point." ·"''· Details of Group Life Insurance., program for Public Employe's Given COLORADO, SPRINGS UV-Plans were announced.Thursday' night'to leader: of the Colorado Education Assn. for ~.a group life insurance program^ for public employes in Colorado. Raymond Heath of Denver, director of the Public Employes Retirement Assn., outlined details. He said the term insurance initially .-would total $30,000,000, ite said the insurance would lie handled .by his organization wilh all school districts, outside of Den- ver and.Salida participating along with other public organizations. Hcalh .said-the Insurance.would bo offered on a voluntary, basis to Hie more: than 20,000 participants at a flat rate of $5 a month. The group policy would be underwritten by New York Life Insurance Co., and two Colorado.companies,.Cap- itol'IJfo and Security. Life and Accident. " . . . % . ·' · USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Work Slow Down .;. ^-·''· '· A work^ slow-down cm '.never' lie jusiiilb'd,' afi Industrial Tiribu-' rial has ruled in- New Delhi. '-II made an award in favor or man-, agcmcnt. in; a case, involving. the sheet i'niills 'section! of the'Indian Iron arid Stccl'Co.', Ltd.',' In a case originating at Burnpur in 1953. "To'earn wages ' and: not to''give production .can never be condoned", (he tribunal ruled.. ' Santa Personally Will Visit or Deliver Packages Call 9874 ; References Given' OPEN TONIGHT OF FEN HARDWARE i " "Your Family Gift Center" 9th St. at ISlh'Ave.- ALL WOOL S L A A giff your'man will'really.welcome! Trimly-tailored, slacks in all wool flannel, or gabardine-in all the new shades --Sizes 28 to 42.. ·' ,-' REGULAR 12.95 to 15.95 , N I C t T O G I V E . . . , WONDERFUL TO RECEIVEI/ Free Gift Wrapping . · .Your Christmas Store Since 1911 BASEMENT One Alteration Free OPEN i . . . EVERY NIGHT Till 8.:30 P.M. Thru Dec. 23 Free COLOR TV MILTON BERLE SHOW TUESDAY - 6:00 p.m. . ;.. ' · ' · · ' ' : ' . . : . · ' ' ' purnittire Dept. --'second: Floor) Guent Start: Georg't JMM!, D«an Martin and Jerry Lewis

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