Page 6 South EdSt Independent Su9ar House. Utah Thursday. September 12, 1957 the more than 200 veterans who have registered for the reunion, ' will have an opportunity to remin-- isce with one of their former com-manders. Admiral James Fife, who retired recently after more than 40 years of Naval Service. Admiral Fife will review changes in the submarines over the past 12 years and discuss the "Outlook for Submarines." Officially called "Submarine Ve-terans of World War II," this is the third annual reunion and the first to be held in the center of the Navy's submarine activity. Be-sides the base, school and ship-- . yard, Groton is also the headquar-ters of the Atlantic Fleet Submar-ine Force. Many of the submariners will arrive early to participate in sub-marine cruises which are being arranged by Fleet Submarine Force. Cruises have been sched-uled for two days prior to the opening of the convention. :r i u v rsea, Customers shopping in the South East Furniture Store, Saturday, were greeted by beautiful Miss USA, Charlotte Sheffield, who served as hostess. Submarine Vets Reunion. Sept. 13 When the submarine veterans of World War II hold their reunion here Sept. 13-1-5, besides reminisc-ing they will get first hand infor-mation about the Navy's atomic submarines. From the first skipper of the USS Nautilus, Captain Eugene P. Wilkinson, they will get an ac-count of that sub's operations with the fleet during the two and one-ha- lf years he was aboard. And during a tour of General Dynamics Corporation's Electric Boat shipyard, where the trio of Nautilus, Seawolf, and Skate were built, they will see oth-er nuclear submarines under con-struction. Eilkinson, now attending the Na-val War College at Newport, R.I., will address the submarine vet-erans during the Saturday, Sept. 14 luncheon session at the Gris-wol- d Hotel. Prior to the noon ses-sion, the former submariners will tour the shipyard and visit the nearby U.S. Naval Submarine Base, where the Navy maintains its Submarine School. At the banquet Saturday night FALL BULBS! Just Received A Huge Shipment of Fall Bulbs 60 Varieties of TULIPS WviiVT WPh GRAPE HYAC,NTHS yJfyj (ft DAFFODILS Ysll SNOW DR0PS ? BULB IRIS J,livmLj scillas CHIONODOXA Choose from our beautiful color picture display SPECIAL TULIP OFFER VARIETY RED EMPEROR 10 large bulbs, each of 10 This is the most outstanding choice varieties. Each '' sep- - T i. r uhp ot all time, arately packaged and labeled. 100 Bulbs $CJ95 25 bulbs or 2,65 in all for . 0 1 00 bulgs for ..9.50 See Us for all Lawn and Landscaping Needs WESTERN K 550 South 6th East (Formerly Porter-Walton- s) KDI CDGCGi Mount Air SHOPPING-CENTE- R r "V 3003-300- 5 Highland Drive MARKET BAKERY MEATS TTrfrfoTrYTPiini f3 Joe Henin is nw At mt-- air Rn iWUuUW . Dc " : whole n n "SLICED" table rite.' FCm7T?Tin I lp FIRST GRADE ....io oz - DfllyUlxl yC breaded SHRIMPS 49c : - -- Ul- BAKERY - FRESH . Carl's Pastry 303 PARKDALE 7 FOR . CINNAMON -39c APPLE SAUCE fl. doz. DOG FOOD HoT SCIENCE IS MORE THAN ATOMS Although the marvel of atomic energy symbolizes our age, it is much less significant than the many things being accomplished on the different fronts of science. Today, things to make life better are being developed with an awe inspiring regularity. Day after day things ranging from a me-chanical heart to a better shoe-lace, from an improved road ma-terial to a tastier hors d'oeuvre grind out of the laboratories and workshops of the nation. Repre-sentative of this quiet advance is the development of a unique shampoo combining soap and soapless ingredients recently pro-duced by Cuticura Laboratories. Packaged in a spray-typ- e plastic bottle, it offers an easier and bet-ter way to shampoo hair. This shampoo combined with thousands of other new and better products adds up to the most important contribution of our time. Helping people to a finer way of life through science and chemistry.