Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 17, 1957 · Page 3
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61 William Girard Spends Quiet Sunday CAMP W1IITI1.NGTON. Japan in - GI William S. Girard hid a halt-hour talk Sunday with Maj. Stanley Levin, his lejal adviser. Later he went to church, attend- Ins the Protestant ehapel service. .Sunday nitht he visited with his Japanese fiancee, Miu Ham (Candy) Sueyama. It wa. a quiet Sunday lur the ZI-) car-old tpeclalist third elasi from Ottawa, 111., center of an ar- cumcnt over the trial of American soldieri in foreign courU. He hai been restricted to camp ever since he earne under Livestlfatlon for the 'atal shootini of Mrs. Naki Sakai, a Japanese scrap collector, on a U. S. firms range Jan. 30. Dr. Piesner io Grinnell |97 Degree Heal Drives Many io Death Allempts Sun. COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE · Major Overh ul · Engine Tunc-Up t Brake Service Body, Paint and Automotive Glass We Service Any M a k e nf Car, Using Only C e n u i n * I'arti -- Expert Mtchanlca -- WARREN-BUNTINO MOTOR CO. iaton. Colo. Ph. Eaton 79 (iross Dam Filled DENVER if - The fint water splashed over the spillway of Dealer's n-mtflion-dollar Gross Dam 'Saturday. Designed to impound Western {Slope water, the dam east of Nederland in Moulder county it filled with runoff from the Eastern Slope. The dam was dedicated Au; 22, 1951. Its reservoir has a capacity of 42,000 acre-feet. Since 1913 the Woolworth Build- in£ W stores) has been one of New York City's must famrd skyscrapers. Today there are only five skyscrapers hi{hcr on Manh a t t a n . {heart ailment suffered multiple |from a window on the lecond floor jeuls aa-l bruises when he planted'of a hospital. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Finds Heeling Subatance That Doea Both- Relievca I'ain--Shrink* Hemorrhoidt - F o r Itnt tlrot seitnct has f n u n d ft n«w aSralinr lubstincc with tht aitnniih* ing ability to i h r i n k brmorrhoids ·nd torrlifve piln-without i u r f f r y . In ra» afttr rait, whllt fml\y r t l i f v i n r P*ln. ·*tuil r e d u c t i o n (ihrlnkaee) took rift. Mmt a m i i i n c nf all -- r r * u l t t wrrf ·· t h o r o u c h t h a t v u f f t r i r ^ *" itatrmrntt lil» TiUi hav? mpri| to b« a prolUrn!" Tht **f r*t ii · new hntini* iur- ·tinri 'rio-Ijne')-di»coTtry o! · WfirM-fimoui rr**artk I n i t i t u l f . Thii fubttanc* ft now availatlc In IK (if o til try or untntnt Itrm under t h * n*m* rrtparati** II,* At your rfrufaT.it. Mftntjr back ruirantM. a*i v · r»i ort ( A d v ^ r t i t e m t n t ) WHY? Why should we urge you tn saxe? You knuw you should! You have prnhnlily vnwcd that you would start a regular saving plan hut just kept puttinj; It off. There «as never a heller time to Mart saving than right now. While the current dividend rale is 3 ' / 2 / ' i the actual rate when the earnings are left to he compounded is considerahly higher. Your moncv is safe here where it is insured up In $10,000, where the association is well seasoned hy its operations since 190S, where a saver has never lost a penny and w h e r e w i t h - drawals have alnays heen paid nn demand. Drop in Kxm. NORTHERN COLORADO SAVINGS and Loan Association 1019 Eighth Avenue Dr. Karl f". I'eisner, who lor rine year hai been assistant pro lessor of educational psychology and guidance at Colorado State College nf Kducatlon here, has re signed and will become assiitant professor of psychology and dean of men at Grinncll Colle;e, (!rin- nrll. Iowa, it hai been announced by President William It. Hois of thr eollrce here. At Crinnell, Dr. I'eisner will as sume duties formerly dischar;ed by Dr. Harry Grace who is to become a member of the faculty of California Polytechnic College at San l.uis Obitpo. Calif. Dr. Peisner, who ii teachint at the cuUcce here during the summer sessions, will take up his new post at Grinnell next September. He is a graduate of hi.h school at Blue Island. I l l , where hit parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kmil I'eisner still reside. He and his wife, the former I-esta Lee Ijmmoms of Ileuc). Okla., have one son, Stephen, 3 years old. Dr. Peisncr obtained his bachelor of a r t s decree in psychology at Urinnell College in 13iO and his master of arts decree in education a f t e r three summers nf study at the (./'Diversity of Iowa. His doe- tor of education degree was conferred by Oregon State College at Corvallis in 19J6. While he was studying for his doctor of education degree at Corvallii, he also served as an instructor in the school of education and the department of psychology M Oregon State ColK'ge. His experience also includes three years as teacher counselor in junior and senior high schools at Crinnell. Dr. I'eisner is a member of the American Psychological Association and other professional groups. At (irecley the Peisners h a v e resided at 2131 Ninth avenue. WASHINGTON * - A wave of bridge jumpinsj and window leaping struik Washington Sunday. It was hot and humid and the tern* perature aoared to T degrees ia late afternoon. | Over a period of several hours: | One man leaped 140 feet to his death from Taft Bridge, which carries Connecticut Ave. across Hock Creek Parkway. Another man wai pulled to safely from the railing of the same bridge when spotted hanging by his hands. One man made a 40-foot plunge off the Massachusetts Ave. bridge over the tame parkway but es- :caped serious injury when trees ibToi-.c his fall. I A patient under treatment for a I i Seven prescription chemiiti to servi you at your friendly BEXAU i ·tores: "SAM" stamps at Gilbeii Bishop and Weldorado Drugs.-- PIONEER Cleaners · i Distinctly* Dry Cleaning Service 2501 7th Ave. g-ff- Green Stamps Ph. 4103 Custom BRUSH .and SPRAY PAINTING With Pittsburgh Paint Free Estimates -- Work Guaranteed PETERSON-NORDELL LUMBER COMPANY 2406 10th St. Phone 5060 or Chet Forbes, Phone I855W Page 2 GREELEY TRIBUNE Monday, Junt 17, 1957 Pay Your Bills With a Ceneral Credit Loan! CoDsolldatu your unpaid bllli Into a »inil monthly payment. It'a easy. Jaat ficur* thu amount you need, then see Carl at General Credit. Loam art made easily and promptly for any reasonable pur* I*se. -- bom« repair*, family emerjentlei. doctor billa, conaollda. linn of hill;. LOANS UP TO 11500 OR MORE -- 24 MONTHS TO PAYI C' "HI Ml 1 1 1 I I J 725 I0th Street Greeley Carl Hafkey Loant Madt To Farmers and Rtsldenta of Nearby Tcwna Phone til · Airs. Dnud Hack Hume i -- Mrs. Elivera Doud, I'resiilent Eisenhower'! m o t h e r-in law, returned from ' Washington late Friday aboard the President's private plane, Columbine. ' i Officials at Lowry Air Force Dase, where the plane sat down, said it would pick up Prime Minister Kishi of Japan in San Francisco and (ly him to Washington. MITICI: r I I M L I'AVMI:T ( i n r-r a f o r J i m * 21, m?, t h » c i H . O U A l M l I i K I ' A U T M r N T O F m ; i i w A r s *ui m^k* nn»i r » - m * n t t n IV J. ll^».«er nt f J r t f l f y . ' ' n l M a r t n , ( r i i t r i l o r f o r t h e con- · i r u r t i n n "f ("dlarmlo l'r«)»« t No. UK P " « - 1 ( l . r . ) I ' n t t :. r x n M M i r i i T of \\ H r n l n j t : r a i l n a d o\ r r p a i s , in t i l I f n c t h 1-tiiiB « 010 tnil'-fl, locates rn S l a t " I l i p T i w i v No. 3 appro*!. i n i l » U t$ m l t t » m o t h "f I.» «»IU, n i l u l t t i B l r d In \V/ld C o u n t y . State ..f ('..lor..In. * V t U i l i u m * » M h AVniTOR, P»- p * r t m t n t -t H I | t i w A M . t i e f o r * » b o v f l i l a t r . i M A R K P. WATlinr.'. T h l - f j:n- l « l r » * r . O » | » r t r n * n t M I I I «h way*. ' j u r . * I, io. 11. i:, II. II. 16. IT. I I . 1 HOWDY, FOLKS! Got your tickets for the Creeley HORSE SHOW AND RODEO? IIDOT KIIOWMT. They arc now on sale at the Chamber of Commerce for the Horse Show on June 29 and 30 and the Rodeo on July 3 and 4. You can order by mail if you wish by writing to P. 0. Box 509, Greelcy, Colorado. Be sure to enclose a self- addressed and stamped envelope. HOME LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY «BU«ffl Open Evenings Til 8:30 Greeley Furniture Co. 2600 Eighth Ave. Taltphone 4120

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