Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 20, 1957 · Page 27
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 27

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India's search for oil will be ei- tended to th- west coast, in Ker- ala and Cambay, near Bombay, vith the help of German experts. Eire plani to Impose i speed I limit of 30 miles in buildup areas,' but is fighting thy of itnposinj any driving test. Dublin reports. Alfalfa Weevil Larvae Are Now Hatching In Destructive Numbers! These pcsls destroy the parts of the plant that contain 70',; of the protein, and reduce yields up to n half Ion per acre. Spray Now -- Phone 336 DEMAC ^^^sBH^^^ ^J,^^sWs^^^^^ House Unit Okehs Military Public Works Projects ' 8rm1 WASHINGTON til -- The House Armed S e r v i c e s Committee Wednesday gave ils apiroval to Army, ."favy and Air Force projects in i I'? billion dollar military public works authorization bill but Helena Rubinstein COSMETICS · GILBERT-BISHOP DRUG CO, Your flcull Store (20 tth SL Phont 700 W, Give j.*T Green Stamps A spokesmin slid the delay Is necessary beciuse o( many changes ordered ia the measure by the committee. The bill authorizes construction ol projects in Ihf year beginning neit July 1. It originally called lor authoriiations totaling $1,770,MO but changes made by the committee will reduce thii figure 13 million dollais. Changes made in the measure acted upon Wednesday, with original authorization requests in parentheses, included: Arizona -- Air force; Vincent Air Force llaie, Yuma, Dew figure omitttd ($13,156,000); Blulhe- ville AKB, JIUIO.OOO ($1U1«,009). Colorado -- A r m y : Ft. Carson, $675.000 ($3,022,000). Montana -- Air Force; Glasgow AKB, $3.0t!,OW ($3,232,000). North Dakota -- Air Force: Grand Korks AKB $1,416.000 ($3,- 079.0W). Minot AKB,. $6,801,000 ($0,883,000). 130-Day Forecast 1 a» »*i mt»*i**M oimopn Pilt* 14 GREELEY TRIBUNE Thuredtr. Jan* ». Hj? Over 137,0000 children have passed the Cycling Proficiency Test of the British Iloyal Society for the 1'revcntion of Accidents. LOW PRICES EVERY DAY GOOD MEAT' MAKES THE MEAL SUPER (^MARKET I Open to 9 P.M. 7 Days a 50114th Ave. Save as You Spend with *A?*(. Green Stamps Sliced Morrell's Frontier Bacon Spaieribs PORK Lean and Mealy J u s t ' r i g h t for barbecuing · Spiced · m « , Lunch Meat 43 6 $ 98 ^ Th«n maps, bind en thost supplied by the United Statu Weather Bureau, June 14, forecast the prohibit rainfall and temperatures for the neit 30 days. (AP Wirephoto Maps). , Two Palrolmen Are Given Suspensions DENVER III -- Two Colorado highway patrolmen, one ot them acclaimed a hero last winter, were given suspensions without ply by the Colorado Civil Service Commission Wednesday. The two were Fred Lane Jr., stationed at Boulder, and Oml Eastin, assigned to the Colorado Springs office. In each ease, the suspensions were the result of accidents which occurred while the patrolmen were operating patrol can without red lights turned on and with sirens off. Lane waa given a five-day suspension, starting July 1, and Eastin was suspended for 20 days, also beginning July 1. Evidence brought out at Lane's hearing Indicated he went beyond the call of duty to rescue a woman from an icy lake last winter. At great personal peril, he jumped nto the liVe and brought the woman safely to shore. The Highway Patrol Board di reeled Chief Gilbert n. Carrel to file the charges with the merit board but asked only disciplinary action against the patrolmen, not discharge. Car Administrators . Elect New Officers BUTTE, Mont. 1*1 -- W. H. Si ler of Cheyenne, Wyo., was elect ed president of Region 4, Amcri can Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators, Wednesday in a session that ended a · three-day conference. Also elected were George Den ney of Boise, Idaho, and Keith Ball of Sacramento, Calif., vice presidents; Charles Oliver of Car son City, Nev., secretary-trcasur er; E. E. Koehler of Boise, trus tee for three years, and W. R. Bradley of Cheyenne, trustee for one year. Cheyenne was chosen the 18M convention city. Ib. Tin f · · Marvin's Tender Juicy Cube Steaks 79 Best Treat! Best Buyl Meadow Gold Ice Cream In the family-size : : KGal. .: S(|. pack 69 Meadow.Gold Butter ib. 65c June Is Dairy Month - Let's Drink More Milk 25Meadow Gold Milk 1» Mighty Good! Meadow Gold Orange or Grape Floats iVill be served all day Saturday-made with Meadow Gold Ice Cream. Garden Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Fresh from Sunny California . Large Meaty, Large Sliccrs 23 10 5 12 Ib. Arizona · if Grey. ·*· * Ib. Pork 'n Beans *?£" -- 19c 12 ni. ran UuC 9 la--* oc r L cans fculi I.unch Meat .. Kounly KM, Vacuum I'.ick Krrrstnnt. j hizr ran 25c All Grinds . . Ib. 93c lorn Ktrauherry, /ICft dam Drricimis ._.. __ .11 (n. jar 4UU Instant Cocoa V;t%;,... _ 23c Jwl Mix « i l h Milk. I|ot or fold Baking Soda Chocolate Syrup ..... __._...,, P kJOc TM ____ _ 19c Seven prcscr.puon cntmlsts to serve you at your Iriendly REXALt stores. "Sill" stamp, at Gilbert Bishop and Weldorado Drugs. Adv. STOLL'S Fruits - Vegetables - Groceries North l l t h Avenue Black Diamond and Charleston Gray Watermelons Ib. 5c Klondikes, California . . Ib. 7c Vi or 1 A at no extra charge. Cantaloupes ' Ib. 12c Strawberries . . . Pt. box 19c Peaches ,. Ib. 25c Pineapples, large . . 4 for 1.00 Bananas . '. Ib. 17c Winesap Apples . . . Ib. 19c Lettuce, home grown . . Ib. 17c Seedless Grapes . . . . Ib. 39c Oranges, Sunkist. . . . Ib. 15c Tomatoes, No. 1, vine ripe . Ib. 29c New Potatoes, red U.S. No. 1 . 10 Ibs. 39c Red Potatoes, cold storage . . . . 50 Ibs. 1.59 Peppers --Mangoes . . . Ib. 29c Cucumbers Ib. 15c Flour, Champion . . 50 Ibs. 3.79 Beans, Pintos . . . 10 Ibs. 1.19 Chili Peppers, Hot . . . Ib. 49c Celery Lge. bch. 29c Radishes and Onions . 3 bchs. lOc A Complete Line of Fresh Fruits, Vegetables and Groceries OPEN SUNDAYS 9:00 to 6:30 Week Days 8:30 to 7:00 SUPREME BAKERS B O W M A N B I S C U I T CO. Pisco vered: TOASTED COCONUT-2uprxmQ Bakers' NEWEST FLAVOR 1 And what a discovery! Here's a brand new flavor of foatted coconut...blended into a rich, smooth, cream filling for Supreme Bakers' newest sandwich cookie-TOASTED COCONUT CREMES. Discover this new f/avor--soon! Supreme TOASTED COCONUT CREMES are featured at your favorite food store in colorful, one-pound bags. ^

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