Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 20, 1961 · Page 20
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 20

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, November 20, 1961
Page 20
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Sift of Money : or Survivors of tolion Airmen Swift's Premium Hostess, Fully Cooked Skinless, Shankless, Fully Fatted. No Waste Ib. 89 C SAUSAGE RIB ROAST Worrell Pride For That Turkey Dressing U.S.D.A. Choice Bone In Ui,.39 lb.69 NEW YORK (AP-'- ardlnal Spellmnii 'presented 1 a it of money Sunday to .Italian orelgn Minister Antoalo .'Segn - distribution to the families o Italian, airmen killed last week t Congolese' arrii'y .' mutineers he amount was not disclosed. ' Spellman announced that he ould ^celebrate"; a ' Mass in . St atrkk's Cathedral Monday at Kxm'in memory of the airmen ho 'were in the' UnO Nations ervlce. Bishop Joseph Perriicon ill deliver a brief eulogy in Hal an. Segni is/ expected to attem f. Mass, accompanied by U.N Secretary-General- U . Thant ae- ther U.N. representatives. The prelate delivered the gjf ceompanied by James Francis ardinal Mclntyre, archbishop o Los Angeles. THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS T U R K E Y ASSIZES "BgB* YOU ASKED FOR IT! WE HAVE IT! BREAD White Large 16 Oz. Loaf Fresh (Standards) OYSTERS p. 149 PICTSWEET FROZEN PEAS _ 1 °-° I * MIX OR CORN ___ Pkg. 10 Oz. - Pkg. CUT GREEN 9 Oz. Pkg. MATCH 5 $1 FOR I Shurfine SHORTENING 3'-6k Shurfine . ·- Salad Dressing Qu. rt 49c Kuner's Candied Sweet Pickles -' 25c Shurfine Stuffed OLIVES 2 3 r, 49c 10 THEY SAY and both facet h a v e , the Mme menage -- that the tops In utlcfuetlon can be ' found it A. 'A Glill. Page 20 GREELEY TRIBUNE Mon.^?^. 20, 1961 tATF-A-DAY "Why, Tcoiildn't get two blocks with that car--tbj horn doesn't work!" Dr. Mildred Mathias and Bugs Bunny, Both Hooked On Carrots LOS ANGELES: (API Because of her interest in umbelli- ferae, she had the Mathiasella bu pleuroldes named after her, but she · is an authority on menl spermaceae. . · She is Dr. Mildred Mathias. Umbelliferae and nenisperma- ceae are each .a family of plants. For nine . months a year the botanist labors at UCLA, classifying plants, raising plants, teaching about plants, learning about plants. During her summer vacation- she gathers plants, but not the common garden variety. . ..Dr. Mathias dons her pilh hel CHEESE SPREAD Shurfresh 2 ib. bo MEADOW GOLD ICE » CREAM Gal 6 c EGG NOG Qt Early California Select RIPE OLIVES 2 »149c DeJean Cove OYSTERS 3 ~r '1 Dulany Sweet Potatoes «»,«.,, 25c Kuner's PUMPKIN c" IOC Cranberry Sauce - 15 c Shurfine Rich Flavor In Heavy Syrup PEACHES....2 2.49c Colorado Pascal Large Bunch Mb. cello pack 2 17 1 /2C CELERY Ocean Spray Cranberries« Select Quality Brussels Sprouts £. 25c Snowy White Cauliflower wrapp... ..», 25c PUERTO RICAN CHOOSE QUALITY... CHOOSESufftMiffa MEATS Hams, Bacon, Sausage, W/enars, Lunch Meafs met and blue jeans and heads for the Amazon. Her kids call her "Queen of the Jungle." Serving as a plant identification consultant for Ilic Federal and Slate Departments of Agriculture, " the Customs Bureau and other · government agencies is only one of her many pursuits. She has written scores Qf scientific publications, on.her. findings, including several books. She is vice chairman of the botany department at UCLA. ,;Shf : serves on'endless number of cdhv ! mittecs and clubs--all connected somehow with plants. . 1 T · She is married to Gerald Hassler, a physicist working on seawater conversion; has raised four children, one married, two in college, one in high; school and ha« 75 different varieties of plants growing in the backyard of her Brentwpod home. ' · '. i But come summer, a lime for rest and relaxation, and Dr. Ma- j Ihias is poking around the closet» looking for the mosquito'netting. ! Last summer she accompanied Dr. Dermot Taylor's expedition to the Amazon headwaters in Peru arid Ecuador. , . ' Dr. Taylor, UCLA Med'ical' school pharmacologist, was looking .for certain types · of planU.-i with'wiich to.experiment for cura^f? live-properties. Dr.'Mathias war." doing the identifying. ;', ·£,·· . · · Easy-going by nature, the 5-foot- 8 botanist brushes away the di»- comforls of the jungle with I he.-' mosquitos. She's up with the dawn, whips her graying hair jnto. braid* which shenwraps around her head, . dons her blue jeans, kng shirt, helmet and tennis shoes--and she'» rendy for bigger and better plants.. Her' favorite plants are in th« umbelliferae family -- which includes carrots, celery and parsnips. ' · ; KATAMANDU -- Nepal and Israel have signed an agreement t» finance the Nepal Construction Company. YAMS 3 *- 29 SUPERB MARKET Week GREELEY as You Spend with M. Green Stamps We Will Be Closed Tharsday, jThaiksghriRg Day PRICES GOOD THRO SAT, NOV. 25th You Can Save Money By Buying All Your Auto Needs At GOLD'S- Come In Today! · Car Heaters · Batteries · Generators · Thermostats, Antifreeze Arid -Rememlwr The Paris You Need For State Inspection! lift Si. art 6lk Avt. PboM EL 24133 AUTO PARTS

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