Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 27, 1955 · Page 24
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Page 24- .GHKELEY T R I B U N E . Tuesday, D«. 2?; 1955 How To Hide Family Garbage Can CAMOUFLAGE for the garag* can is a t t r a c t i v e when you mik* I screen out of diamond mesh mclal lath. ; . AP News feature i · Hiding tht garbage can from view is a simple matter when you build a frame nnd enclose it with ·turdy metal lath. : ; Thc same material that is use for a piaster base in" quality cor. ilruction can be cut lo sire with tinners' snips. H can be stapled or nailed lo a light wood frame to ob icure your rubbish from view. · You can get diamond mesh inctn* lath in galvanized or black painted finish at any well slocked building ·upply house. Eilher can be painted jo match surrounding areas. Or you can coat the panel with stucco, because the hundreds of s m n l l d i a - mond-shape openings'provide keys for such mortar, · The material weighs less than l\k pounds per square yard. 100,000,000 Tons · For Ihe first time in history, the World's merchant fleet exceeds 100,000,000 ions, according lo the institute for N a v i g a t i o n a l Research' it fireman, Germany. The lonnsge comprises 66.341,264 tont,'of cargo Vessels;-25,883,388 ions .ot tankers; 734,936 Ions ot passengar ships; 4.297,254 tons of fishing and special- lied . ships and 3,463,886 tons of lakes' shipp-ng. Right or Left Vote So much agitation was aroused in Sweden by the Government's decision lo change Ihc rule uf the mad from left lo right that a plcb iscile will be hcU ·. the subject Ihis fall, Stockholm reports. Be fore the vote is taken Iherc wil' tie wide publicity explaining both sides of the case. At present, most European countries except Sweden and . Britain ' ha.'e the "keep lo tho right" rule. The refill of Sweden's'vole witl not be binding only .advisory. 1 ^ Oil "exploration is at an all-time iigh i n . C u b a , Havana reports. NOTICE The ofd 'laying that a half a loaf of bread U better than no bread at all U perhaps tnre. But a half loaf of Social Security is only » little security for some and no security at all for others. That Is how Social Security Fk today.-Thlnk about it. Th« Townsend National Insurance plan would give complete security to all. Want to know more about It? Call, phone mmibJr 34*5NW. Weld.Courity Real Estate Transfers Revenue stamps on real es- state transfers ^re at the rats of $1.10 per thousand. Dtetmbcr 23 Bert and Gcrtc E. Harris to bc\vcy Edward 'Johnson, Pt. Lot 8 N W M N W M 30-5-65, licv. 55 ccnis. Catherine Carpio tc Lu-y Carpio. 1-ot 2, Block 9, Gill, Colo--aclo, No Hcv. · Alrlcn W. and Daisy S. Pool to II. K. and Wilma Schowallcr, rt. 18-4-03, Itev. $15.40. Georgn Gray lo Kiif^nc and Jlona II. ii'jyce, SKNWVi Sec. 14, PI. SEW Sec. 15, Township 4, Hangc 67, No Rev. * Eugene and Mona M. Boycr to John S. Jr., and Marjorie F. Erd ley, S'ANWM,. 14-4-67, PI. SEV'i 14-4-67, liev. $12.65. Subject to Deed of Trust of $5,500.00. Elza and Murcta G., Callihan to Kichard I), and Geraldine D Weber W75' Lois 10 ana 11, Block 170, Evans Rev. +4.65. Subject to Deed of Trusl. Parents Shirking Job I Because they are alraid to f a c e , [clling their children Ilic fads o f ] ife, sorao p a r c n l s ' n o w leave sex looks around' the house hoping their children will read them. This is according lo Alex Clark,' psycho igisl of. Ihc Education De: iiartmcht in Tort SlizaV .th, South Africa. Such books,"he said, ire not suitable. Tarcnls sh uld rc«d Ihc books lhernsel"es and pass.on the information to then -children. Over .$10,000 WASHINGTON--According lo Ihc Tox Foundation/ if the Federa' Government took 100 iicr cent of everyone's income exceeding S10,- DOO, such revenue u-ould a m o u n t to less t h a n five billion dollars, which wouldn't even pay the Government's expenses for a month. Japan has its first' modern dial telephone Installation,'at Takasaki. FOR'HEALTH · Dr. Schumacher Chiropractor 1205 10th Ave. Ph. 3865 I TV SERVICE CALLS ALL. M A K E * : DAY OR NIGHT Ph. 4158 Century Radio and Television Ph.'415* 625.8th Av«; R a d i o R e p a i r and TV Rental! Member of Rocky Mountain Radio and Television TechnTclanft, Inc. We Stand between You and Loss FLOOD and PETERSON · · · / insurance. 6peciali6t4 70S Tenth Street Phone 218 Shu 34 to 46 Regulars Longs Shorts AFTER CHRISTMAS SALE! SAVE ON MEN'S . . . FAMOUS BRAND SUITS TOPCOATS SPORT COATS SUITS . . . . ^ 40.00 values 32.75 50.00 values 41.75 55.00 values 44.75 60.00 values 48.75 TOPCOATS . . . 35.00 values 28.00' 40.00 values 34.00 50.00 values 43.OO 55.00 values 46,00 SPORT COATS 29.95 values 24.75 19.95 values 16.75 Home of Famous lirand Clothing . CURLER--CUPPER CRAFT STORE HOURS, 9:30--5:20 .115.Tenth $».' Phon* 214 AFTER CHRI CLEARANCE You know i f . . . y o u wait lor if..-.-.-NOW tare if if! ANNUAL COTTON ·-Many topUi of Wards $4,5.93 dr*ti« · N«w Spring styUs, patitrns; colors · .Top quality SO squar* p*rcal* · Miiiet 1 and wam*n'* half ilx*i Prize selection! Brand new dreists, Zip . , fronts, coat styles, step-in.iypej. Geometries, palsl«ys, florals on light or dark grounds. All madt to Wards high quality standards. Many with full sweep iVirh, many .with · 2* hemi, 16* zips, wH-covered Scoop up a s*a»en*i RUSH M i l l SAU ENDS II TWICE AS SMARTi 1UY 1 AND SAVt MOUI CHILDREN'S MOCCASINS AND SLIPPERS :..:,..,::..;,,..,*.,. 1.47 Large assortment. Reg'.. 1.98 '.... FLANNEL PAJAMAS FOR MEN--Reg. 3.49 Large assortment to choose from DRESS SHIRTS FOR MEN--Reg. 2.98 Choice of white or colors '. .TABLECLOTHS--REG. 2.98 Choice of red or oreen. Reduced! _..._ M I N I A T U R E TOWELS--Reg, 1.98 80S 8th AVE. PHONE 480 Box of six. Reduced .for this sale 2.27 1.97 1.37 BOYS' SL|P-ON SWEATERS--3.50 VALUE Siies 6-18 2.67 BOYS' FLANNEL PAJAMAS--Reg. 2.29 L :.;..; 1.77 .Siies 6-18. Reduced for clearance ALL DAVY CRQCKETT PANTS, SHIRTS AND OTHER DAVY CROCKETT ITEMS V 2 . P R K PR1CI BOYS' CORDUROY SHIRTS--Reg. 2.9S :,...!.........,,..... 1.94 Sizcs'6-18 Reduced! WOMEN'S SKIRTS--Reg. 6.98 Choice of colors. · Wool or orlon. Sizes.22-38 WOMEN'S SKIRTS--Rtj. 5.98 Choic* of colors. Tailored of fine wool. Sizes 22-38 5.00 4.00 SEAT COVERS--REDUCED! discontinued colon 25% '0 on DELUXE MAGNA TRAY--Reg. 1/79 Sets on dosh....'... 5-LB. FRUIT CAKES--Reg. 2.98 Perfect for New Yeor's festivities ' While they .last! 1.17 1.97 | ' - · · . USE WARDS CREDIT-CARD PLAN-IT'S CONVENIENT ;., ·· '··; - · . - , , · ' · - :V · ' ; .·-.·.·:·

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