Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 19, 1973 · Page 11
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Thuri.,Apriltl, 1W3 GKEELEY (Cdo.) TRIBUNE II To Woo I co's Minute EASTER BASKETS Bright and colorful baskets, to create your own for your« youngster on Easter Day. Fill them with toys and! candy. TO MR, HUTCHY 16 oz ; . hollow chocolate rabbit. A delicious treat for anyone. EASTER GRASS In assorted co/ors. To fill those bastets. oil wrapped m a r s h m a l l o w rabbits. - CANDY FILLED EASTER BASKETS Contain jelly beans, marshmallows or chocolaie covered Easter goodies. _ REG. 1.99 OTHER BASKETS T O . . . 25.99 JELLY BIRD EGGS Fill those Easter baskets with- these delicious eggs. LADIES 1 FASHION CASUALS For spring -- elegant woven and braided vamp with adjustable sling back -- stylish new 18/8 heel. Sizes 5-10. REG. 5.97 LADIES' CORKY SPRING SANDALS For the carefree fashion look -- open toe -- sling back clog with cutouts on side -thick cork soles .and wedge heels. Sizes 5-10. ^^fe. jm jm 44 REG. 4.47 What better way is there to show love than by giving flowers to someone you love? They're beautifully wrapped with colorful foil and tied with a bow. Make Mom happy. 3 BLOOM LILY IN A FOIL WRAPPED POT BEAUTIFUL MUMS 197 FULLY POTTED AND FOIL WRAPPED 4 TO 6 BLOOM LILIES 97 IN A FOIL WRAPPED POT ORCHARD CORSAGES 97 C USE YOUR WOOLCO CHARGE CARD BANKAMERICARD OR MASTER CHARGE Hillside Shopping Mall - 2626 llth Ave. LH9P WOOLCO 10:00 A.M. TO t:00 P.M. DAILY-SUNDAY 10:00 A.M.-«:Ofl P.M., Philippine Moslem rebels 'bottled up' By ARNOLD ZEITI.IN Associated Press Writer BASILAN, Philippines (AP) -- The Philippine army claimed today its jungle force has bottled up retreating Moslem rebels in a corner of Basilan island in the first major drive to wipe out the secessionists in the country's southernmost islands. After more than a week of fighting throughout this 400- square-mile island, an army spokesman said at least 36 rebels had been killed, including 11 in- two battles Wednesday. He said two soldiers were killed. The army launched a drjve eight days ago against an estimated 800 Moslems who overran Basilan in February. The island is about 560 miles south of Manila. The army said it has regained control of two-thirds of the island, including the 6,000- acre B. F. Goodrich rubber plantation at Tumajohong. A company of troops worked its way through eight miles of rubber and coconut groves to seize Mangal, a slice of beach with piers used by Goodrich and other American and Swiss plantation owners in the area, but the army is still trying to free the roads between the beach and the plantations. Commodore Gil Fernandez, chief of the southwest command, said reinforcements are coming from the north. He said that once the rebels are broken into scattered bands of five to 10 men, his forces will start a drive to clear nearly 2,000 other insurgents from the Sulu archipelago, which arcs down to Sabah, a Malaysian state on the northeast coast of Borneo. The Malays are also Moslems, and Philippine officials claim the Sabah government is helping the Philippine Moslems. Marcos asks U.S. treaty negotiation BAGUIO, Philippines (AP) President Ferdinand E. Marcos today called for a renegotiation of all treaties between the Philippines and the United States. Marcos told newsmen at the summer presidential mansion new negotiations are necessary because of fast-changing world developments. He indicated June might be a feasible time to start talks. The president came on Wednesday from Manila to spend Easter in Baguio, a hill station 125 miles north of the capital. The treaties include the military bases agreement, the mutual defense pact and the con- troverial Laurel-Langley agreement, which gives Americans equal rights with the Filipinos in the development of Philippine natural resources. The Philippine and U.S. governments are already preparing to negotiate an extradition treaty. The negotiations are expected to open in Manila by the end of this month. White House won't fight OEO order WASHINGTON (AP - The Washington Post says in today's editions that the Nixon administration will not fight a judge's decision that stopped the dismantling of the Office of Economic Opportunity. The Post quoted White House sources to the effect that the administration was concerned that some portions of the decision, if appealed, could be expanded to have an adverse effect on other Nixon decisions, such as impounding of funds. A spokesman for OEO Director Howard Phillips would neither confirm nor deny the Post report. The ruling came April 11 from U.S. District Court Judge William B. Jones, who said that the President does not have the power to discontinue OEO, "in the face of a congressional mandate that it must go on." The Post also said that the administration docs not feel that Congress will be able to appropriate funds in the budget to maintain OEO, or pass a resolution to keep OEO funding at its present levels beyond the end of the June 30 fiscal ye»r.

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