Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 3, 1972 · Page 45
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 45

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PRICES ARE GOOD WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY MAY 3-4-5-6 3635 W. 10th St 353-5135 Weekdays 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays 10a.m. to 6 p.m. LADIES' KNIT TOPS Short sleeve or tank Sop styles. Beautiful match- mate solids, stripes, and fancies. $166 1 LADIES' BLOUSES D a c r o n cotton. Short or long sleeves in s o l i d s a n d beautiful prints. Sizes 32 lo 10. 66 APRONS Half aprons. Nylon cottons. Solids and "T"TC fancies. f' f JEANS LADIES' JEANS Famous b r a n d . Permanent press hopsack. Navy, It. blue/ broWn or black. Sizes 8 to 18. $ 7 LADIES' WESTERN PANTSUITS Ladies western pantsuit. Special purchase. Real western styling. Vest and pant in solids and fancies. $T99 SUMMER / STRAWS PURSES Perfect matchmates (or your summer sportswear. .White or beige. LADIES' POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT SLACKS 100 per cent polyester double knits in beautiful Jacquard weaves. Lots of colors. LADIES' SWIM SUITS 1, 2, 3 piece styles. Bikinis, cover-ups and basics. Misses and ladies sizes. LADIES' POLYESTER SHORTS 100 per cent polyester double knit shorts in summer's newest colors. Pull-on clastic waistband. Sizes 8 to 18. $222 LADIES' SHORT SETS Cotton, terry and nylons with tank top a n d m a t c h m a t e shorts. Sizes 10 lo \6. \ 99 LADIES' WESTERN BOOTS C o m f o r t a b l e s o f t leather in real Western styling. Tan, brown, or black. LADIES' DRESS SHOES Really save now on summer's newest styles and colors. Sizes l'/2 to 9. 2 88 LADIES* CANVAS CASUALS LADIES' LEATHER MOCCASINS Comfortable and smart. Summer canvas casuals with straps and ties. Lots of colors. Soft soles. All leather w i t h c o m f o r t a b l e c u s h i o n e d insoles. Beaded vamp. While or beige. 99 LADIES' SANDALS Open, airy styles to a c c e n t any summer v / a r d r o b e . S t r a w s , leather, and v i n y l s . . Sizes lVj to 9. $|99 LADIES' PANTIES DOUBLE KNIT BRAS Lightly fiberfiUed in soft 100 per cent double knit nylon. A totally new experience in natural figure-shaping. 100 per cent nylon in comfortable satinettc finish. White and colors. 44 $]66 PANTY HOSE New sheer run resistant. Stretch controlled. 2 sizes for perfect fit. Smooth wrinkle free fit. 49 LADIES 7 DUSTERS Easy care permanent press dacron and cotton. Solids and prints. Sizes S-M-L-XL^ $044 LADIES' SUMMER SLEEPWEAR Waltz length, long gowns and hnby doll pajamas. Cute styles in solids and prints. $199 Wed., May .1, 1972 SOCIAL SECURITY litslliis »i Auurs i U.S.KMIIIMENrOr )MtTH,EIXKMII)ll,MIDWU.FMI Q. I recently lml mi operation ami needed 2 pints of wlwle blood. I Iliongh Medicare look care of nil my bills after the first $68, but Ilio' hospital loltl me I Imvc to pay for the blood. Is this right? A. Yes, Hie cost of the first 3 pints of blood received In each benefit period in a hospltnl is liol covered by Medicare. Most blood programs, however, have provisions whereby they do not charge for blood if replaced by someone In the name of Hie recipient. Thus it you have friends or relatives who donale blood for you, .you could get a refund for the cost of blood. On the House By ANOY LANG AP Newsfeatur«j Q.^I have lo reglue some mahogany joints, but have been putting It off because a few years ago I did .1 similar job and stained the wood badly. Is there some kind of glue which won't stain mahogany when it leaks out of the joints after they have been clamped together? A.-- Yes. Use a plastic resin glue. It comes in powdery form mid must be mixed with water according to directions on (lie container. It takes about six hours for the glue to set after it has been applied, but it is tet- ter lo leave the clamps on for at least 12 hours. Q.--We have acoustical ceiling tile of the insulation board type in our basement. Over a period of two years, some dust has settled on it and in a few places there are smudges. I have been afraid to tackle the cleaning of it for fear that I would make it wccse. Any advice? A.--First, go over it with a vacuum cleaning attachment, making certain that the gadget doesn't-..damage the tile. That will take care of any loose dirt. Gently nib spots and smudges with an art-gum eraser soaked in denatured alcohol. Some insulation board ceiling tile may be cleaned with soap and water, but you'll have to check with the directions that came with it if you still have them. Q.--We are having a house built and--I guess like everyone anxious to move in--visit the site during the construction a couple of times a week. On the last visit, we saw the painter strike a match against the living room plaster wall, which liad been done only a few days before but had not yet been painted. Me didn't light a cigarette or cigar, hut merely blew out the flame. We -didn't ask him at the time why he did it, but now we are curious. What was it' all about? A.--Two things can be deduced from the match-striking incident. The painter was an old- timer and he probably was going to use an oil paint on the walls. Years ago, a painter .struck a match of the kitchen (type against a newly plastered wall to see if it were dry enough lo begin painting. If it failed to light, it meant the wall hadn't dried sufficiently. I didn't Ihink Ihe practice was still in use, but apparently it is. Most latex paints can be used on insufficiently dried walls- provided only one coat is applied. What is sometimes done when time is important, is to put on the first coat of latex, wait a few days, fhen apply the second. Getting back to the match-striking, it became unnecessary because of Improved plaster, paint and the use of moisture meters. Q.--On some stucco finishes, I note a rather attractive effect, as though attempts were made to leave in the trowel marks. How is fhis obtained? A.-Wilh a trowel. The mortar mixture is applied generously in gobs. It is allowed to set partially. The rough ureas arc then smoothed out with the trowel, which is given n slight swirling motion. Care must be taken not lo erase the trowel marks by going over the same section again. (For cither of Andy Lang's helpful booklets, "Wood Finishing in the Home," or "Paint Your House laside and Oul," send ,10 cents and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope to Know-How, P 0 Box 477, Ifunlington, N,Y. 11713 ) Wonderful Values Rvery Day In TKI/WNPJ

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