Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 20, 1957 · Page 35
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 35

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, June 20, 1957
Page 35
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IS GREELEY TRIIWXE Thursday, Jun* 20, 1957 Curator Approved for Healy House I-eacHlle all year was approved by Cov. McNirhoh' contracts committee Tuesday. It ralli for expenditure of M.450 to proude living quarters for Di DENVER i/i--A contra rt w h i r h curator. The Continental Builders will permit a curator lo Ine at [of Uadulle will m a k e the im- tie Healy House M u s e u m a t i p r o v e m r n t . new twists with Kuner's Pickles Arronpi on locthpieVi, i!,ce, of Kuner'i ·weet pkllt end cheeje cubtij i!cei of Kuner'i dill pick It and '/i-inch plecet of Vienna tauioge NtW JWUT-Off C Tfctft'i a whoU fo^il/ cf tfiip, dt- litiovt Kuntr'i pieVfei fo» you »o tn- jsy-- oil with ntw twiit-eff copi .. ·aiy to toVe off, eoiy lo pjt back on tightly for loftitSfOge Try a jot ioo«. uner's Pin Your Hopes on This Snack CLOTHESPINS are I tool for this treat. Juil wind itripi of dough (left) around pin By CECILY BROWNSTONE Anoclited Preti Food Editor WANT TO HAVK SOSIK FL'N? M a k e up a hatch of our ea*l rlnugh and cet yourself some clean non sprint; clothespins. Wind strips of the rolled-out rlnuKh around the pins and hake. Pull the pins out and fill the "scrolls" with a savory cheese mixture, then reheat and serve with t n m a t o juice or nomr other cold drink fur an u n u i u a l party snack. We kept some of these scrolls in and bake. Then fill "scrolls" and reheat before serving. with cheese mixture tishtlycovered container for B A H O C FOOD CENTER . '-;·}*."'' . . - . _ | ' j»isiiije,iiiie--i W« reserve the right to limit quantities--,_ ^ 001 7th STREET Pri: * 1 K0od Fridly - Salurd » and MoniUy TAI.I, CANS Shurfine Milk 2 - 27 Food King Pork and Beans N ° 3M No. can 10 Gerber'i Baby Food Strained 9 Freestone Peaches Food King, Big 2Vz can 25c Shurfine Salad Dressing Big Quart Jar 35c Lunch Basket Potato Chips Full Pound Bag 39c Supreme Cookies Coconut drop Chocolate Ib. 39c Flour Perfection 5 - 43 Tissue Como Roll 6 Beef Roasts Well trimmed, U.S.D.A. good Ib. 39 Ground Beef -- 3 ib*. 98 Fryers Grade A, Armour's Star Large Ib. 43' Steaks T-BONE or SHORT CUTS U.S.D.A. GOOD, Ib. 79' Short Ribs Beef Lean Ib. 27 about a week, and although they hardened we filled them with the chrese mixture and heated them. We liked them just as well then as we did when they were fresh because they were so crisp. CLOTHESPIN SCROLLS Ingredients: cup milk, V 4 cup sugar, 2'i teaspoons salt, 4^ teaspoons shortening, 'i cup warm ( n e a r 10.5 degrees) water, 1 pack- ate active dry yeast. 4V4 (about) I cups sifted flour. Method: Scald milk. Stir in sugar, salt and shortening. Cool to lukewarm. Measure warm water into large mixing bowl; sprinkle in yeast; stir until dissolved. Stir | in l u k e w a r m milk mixture. Stir in ; about half the flour; with spoon, beat until smooth. Stir in remaining flour. Turn out on lightly floured board. Knead until smooth and elastic. Place in greased bowl; brush lop of dough with shortening. Cover with clean towel; let rise in warm place (about 85 degrees) free from draft, until doubled in bulk--about 1 hour. Punch down and turn out on lichtly floured board. Roll dough to V\ ·inch thickness. Cut in strips 'i inch by B inches. Wind each strip around a greased wooden non spring clothespin (round or square). Bake in hot (400 degrees) oven i about 12 minutes. Pull out clothespins gently. Makes about 60 scrolls. Note: These scrolls are more crisp than "bready" due to the one rising. Financing Hearings on REA b" D 'IC Monday DENVER u. Two'colorTdo rural electric associations will have a chance Monday to tell the Public Utilities Commission why jthey want additional financing. jThe* commission must approve I such plans before they become* effective. The Y-W Electric Assn., operat- ins chiefly in Yuma and Washington counties, wants permission to issue new securities. The San- frf de Cristo Electric Assn. which has headquarters at Sail- da, w a n t s permisson to borrow money from the national Rural Electrification Administration. Objections to the financing plans must be filed by Wednesday, the' commission said, in setting times for the hearings. Chief Justice Tells of Court Work Pressure Any Creeley Rotarian who wai under the impression that the Colorado Supreme Court was I calm, quiet and even leisurely place was rudely awakened Wednesday by Chief Justice 0. Otto Moore. Discussing the work of the court in ceneral. Justice Moore stressed the problem of dealing with a deluge of cases brought up before the court each year for review. These cases are inVening each year he pointed out. In 19X2 there were 198 cases to be decided. In 19.S3 the number had increased to 376. This year he expected the number will reach 400. More graphically he pointed out that while the stvcn justices were writing opinions in M cases the first two and a half months of this year, there were 125 more cases being added to the docket. "Our presmt rate is putting us behind ten more cases each month," he said. The chief justice then explained how it is that a very good judge working very bard can decide at best some U cJfs a y e a r . - H e brought to t h e ' R o t a r y luncheon w i t h him samples of the cases, l a w j e r s ' briefs, and miscellaneous documents and the supporting cases each justice writing an opinion m u « t read through. With Ihe impressive pile of m a n u s c r i p t s before him, he said "four or five nights e\ery week 1 sit up to midnight trying to keep up with this load of work." "You;, supreme court judges are the most overlooked, under-privileged and underpaid people in )our state gn\emment," he staled. "r'rankly," he concluded, "1 don't know w h a t the answer is." He suggested t h a t a meeting of .chief justices of all states in July may come up w i t h some answers. Among the possibilities in Colorado, he suggested were use of law clerks to help w i t h some of the wotk and some limitation on the use of the writ of error, by w h i c h cases arc appealed to Ihe state supreme court. Iliirmg Ihe remainder of his talk. Justice Moore described the stages in a cast brought to the supreme court. He traced the entire process from the loss of case on the first court of record le\el up to the final opinion by the justice representing Ihe majority of the su premc court. "flut even then," Jutllce Moore, concluded, "Ihe losing l a w ( r gels cuw' last hue i! the cncrry--a petition for r*hearini." Memorial Ceremony for Paratroopers Fourtttn pilr ef boots lintd up on in eptn parachuto form the unttrpitci of · memorial ttrtmony honoring tholr owners -- tho 14 para- Irooptri who wiro kllltd In a truck crish it Ft. Campbtll, Ky., Junt 13. Th« memorial formitior) w«i stagtd, Junt IS, by ftllow mtmbon of tho 117th Infintry, lOlit Airborno Div. (AP Win. photo) Weld County Real Estate Transfers Rcvtnut itampt on rtll «s- Utt trinltcrt ore it tht rate of $1.10 per thousand. Juno II Clyde Hirdesty to Clyde E. Har- destjr and Shirley J. Hardest?. Lot 13, Blk. 5, First Addition to Parish Hrishti, Town ot Johnstown. No tv. Cecil D. Shtrn and E. Helen Shern, to Clyde E. Hirdesty and Shirley J. Hardetty. All that part of the EMi of SE4 of 6-4-6T. Rev. »7.a. Leila Curby to Joe C. Cardenas and Susie Cardenas. Lob 31, 32. and S'4 of 30, B1V. 4, Town of Erie. Rev. $3.30. t Joy L. Thompson to Joy L. Thompson and Jennie F. Thomp- lon. SEW of 1-3-67. Rev. $1.10. Henry Martinet to Steven Martinet and Henrietta Martinet. Lots 12. 13. 14. BIk. 92. Milliken. Rev. J1.10 (Correction Deed). Dale 0. Premer and Maxine Premer to Roy Lundvall. Lot 8, BUt. 7, Mary C. Parish Addition to the Town of Johnstown. Subject to Deed of Trust. Rev. « 50. Roy Lundvall to Cecil D. Shern and E. Helen Shern. Lot . BIk. T, March C. 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