Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 24, 1957 · Page 19
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 19

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, June 24, 1957
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fast 10 GREEI.EY TRIBUNE Monday. June 21. 1957 Tun Night' tor Family Scheduled Wednesday ^S'^dne^day night is "Fun Night" ( it CSCE during the l u m m r r scs sion. And the fun is fur all m e m - bers of the f a m i l y -- m u t h e r , dad and the kids. The fun night p r o g r a m s h a v e been popular features of the g u m rner session for s e \ e r a l y e a r s and a g a i n this y e a r the activities will he in charge uf the llccrcational leadership class, t a u g h t by Ella May Small, professor of p h y s i c a l education. T h e p r o g r a m f u r t h e f l i g h t M a r t s at 6:30 p.m. in and around G u n t r r Hall with a c t i v i t i e s f u r c h i l d r e n : and adults. The west and nurlh i · ides of G u n t e r H a l l w i l l be r.uen over to games and a i t i u l i r - , for children w h i l e the c a m p u s .it the south side of the g y m w i l l lie assigned to ailult a c t i v i t i e s of m a n y kinds i n c l u d i n g shullli board, "1 l e s h a l l and s o f l h a l l . I n s i d e t h e g y m n a s i u m t h e r e \sill be both q u i r t and a c t i v e g a m e s i i n c h as b a d m i n t o n a n d t a b l e t e n - nis. T h e recreational a r t i u t i e s at C u n t e r Hall are scheduled to end e a c h night at 8 p . m . except for l u i m i m n g . The pool will be open for two periods for children from 7* p m.; and for ;idults from 8:109 p.m. Those »ho wish to use the pool must h a i e h e a l t h certificates. Persons enrolled in the s u m m e r school may obtain the c e r t i f i c a t e s at the college health service, r'rasier 18. .Members of their f a m i l i e s not enrolled in school and others who \M-h to use the pool nn Wednesday niehts m u s t have health certifi cates from their p n \ a t e phys i c i a n s . No one will be permitted in the pool who is under 52 inches t a l l . 1 The l a t l e r p a r t of each Wednes day evening is given over to the square dancing program at the courts south 'it the Student l.'nion building. Dancing starts at 8 |i in. «r.d ccr.t:r.u» until 10 p.m. A n y o n e m a y dance; enrollment in the college is not a requirement to t a k e part. Persons w i t h o u t part' n e r s are especially urg«-d to a t tend because partners can be arranged. llaby silting for children under three w i l l be provided for parents ' w h o wish to l a k e part in the Jews Slowly Going Back to Germany Campus Light and Shadow UUetcoine SUMMER STUDENTS For The Finest In Beauty and Barber Work . . . VISIT OUR SHOP SOON Hal Wolfe Barber and Beauty Salon 1 Bloc'pi North of the N«v» Woolworth Stort 716 9th A»cnu« 'hone 5386 By HERB ALTSCHULL Dli'ESSEI.DOItr', G e r m a n y in--' The Ions way hack is slow a n d i oflen p a i n f u l , but the Jews are .returnm, to G e r m a n y . i Not in zreat nurnlim, lor to m a n y J e w s t h e very n a m e o f , I G e r m a n y r e m a i n s an object of [ rj ' h a t r e d They recall t h a t the Nam ! killed 4'i million Jews in the j e a r l y 4'.-. Of that number, 180,000 w e r e G e r m a n Jews. In this beautiful city on the Ilhine, th G e r m a n Jews have set up a council whoie basic job ii ' t o he)p thr returning fugitives s e t t l e comfortably into n e w homes. The man who runs the council i i i a lawyer from Berlin, Dr. Hen- ririk v a n D a m . He fled G e r m a n y during the reign of terror and re! turned · decade ago. "The people who come back hould h a v e no feeling of resentment, nor should they h a v e any pro-German sentimentality," says Dr. van D a m . "Jews w i t h such sentiments ran live peacefully outside G e r m a n y , hut there is no place for them hivinf a fined turtle* imoolh to touch. Arrl»td During DtpfJ^ir. These multi-colored. m»njr-»ued ihlnilei are vajtJjr different from the crude, »r«r uniti put on the market In 1J32. But Ihoie Jirit u bestos cement ihinjlei neverthe- lesi wire well received, beinz family Safejn Track UNDER. Wjro. Ill - A Joa* nijht'i diicomfwt wii «PP"» l Vy ,11 that Mr. "d Mr.. Uelrin Anderson, their Infant rtUd .nd Anderson, mm «-.--· ---- -two other younjiten lultered. Thii linking stud, of li«ht and shadow on Crabbt hall, a Colorado Stato Collfgf of Education landmark, should intirtlt camtra fans, whtthtr or not th.y an stgdtnts hert for th» lummtr union. Crabbt hall houin Homo Economic! and Social srudi«t. -- Photo by Slcttts Calvin. He s a y s the present day Jewish population of Germany i. about JQ Appear flt 13 Oil 0301151 130.000, of whom some 2.500 live "rr v r in East Germany. | This is a h a n d f u l compared to the hustling, i n f l u e n t i a l Jewish | c o m m u n i t y of WX,000 In G e r m a n y i before the rise of Hitler. j Last y e a r alone, he reports, the j number of Jews in Germany in- 'creaied by 2.000. The larger proportion o f t h e r e t u r n e e s c a m e from Israel, where they found their economic opportunities restricted. Roe had been eiplorinx the roid. DUiiuinKi, uui MI* *.««··· ·· -- · iiuc ii«u i**si** v--(-·-- -- · that the first colored ihingles were when , he lruc k ituek, they square d a n c i n g . Children will be i cared for in the Panel Uiunge i of the Student I'nion by members i of the R e c r e a l o n a l leadership I r l a x . Welcome SUMMER STUDENTS - Enjoy your stay -- in cool clothing from Gregory's SHORT SLEEVE ··^·^^·l^^^^^"^^^ Tht Northwestlrntrs, a musical «ns«/nblt from Northnnsttrn ColUgt, Minneapolis, Minn., will appear at th. First Baptist church ol Eaton Tutsday ivining at 7:JO o'clock. M«mb«rs of tho group art, Itft to right, Lois Birgtsotl of Fertile, Minn., accompanist, Howard Norgaard of Harlan, Iowa, baritone, Janet Orab«r of Bridgo- water, S. D., soprano, Mautict Knudsen, first tenor, and Dick Jen- »en, senor tenor, both of Hirlan, Iowa, and Loren Andersen of Lansing, III., bass. The group's repertoire wjll include several different combinations of solo, duet, trio, quartet and quintet numbers, giving a wide variety to the musical program. Andersen, whose father Is a minister, will bring a short message during the evening. Miss Bergeson is a senior majoring in mtsic education. The other five are sophomores whose majors huTude Bible, music and education. Tbe group will be making 52 appearances on a M" mile tour through a nine-state area. mately seven million homes. Asbestos cement «idin{ is made of asbestos fiberi and portland cement. It U rigid and stress, cannot bum, rot or be eaten by tcr- mitej or other insecta. It is weather-resistant and, while it can be painted if desired, it does not require painting for preservation. New Developmonti Tlie various asbestos cement sidings being made today repre- »ent the results of years of laboratory and field research. The big news for home builders are the recent developments in the quality, style and methods of applying the. siding. In the past 18 months, manufacturers have introduced a wide variety of new colors, textures and siles. One of the most popular trends is an improved application method, emphasizing the horizontal shadow linei between aidinj courses. This deep shadow effect is achieved through the use of fiberboard shingle backer, or nailing strip, unded the siding. Because shadow lines change with the position of the sun, adding interest and c h a r - j acter to house exteriors, this new ! application method has caught on ; with home builders throughout the j country. In addition, the fiber-! board backer provides insulation | and makes exterior walls more | weather resistant. The new m e t h - ; j od meets the standards and requirements for use on homes fi-} nanced by the Federal Housing | Administration. ' ! Many Siies ' Asbestos siding shingles now come in a wide range of sizes. The , standard 12 by 21 inch shingles are j still the most popular. However, there now are long, narrow shingles--twice the length of the customary ihingle-- which can be applied clapboard fashion. This style is especially adapted to the long, rangy type of house and is filling a longfclt need. There also are over-size units to meet other architectural requirements. The larger shingles reduce the n u m b e r , needed and simplify the application procedure. Color stylists have worked with product engineers to develop new surface textures and colors. The colors, ranging from pastels to deeper tones and shades. Surface textures have been developed which emphasize both vertical and horizantal striations, with some developed. Today, they are among L f ide. UC» t!W^-«« »»TM-/ I 1 - - , the most widely used materials for residences. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADI Welcome Summer Students NEXT TO STERLING THEATRE Summer Faculty | Summer Faculty Richard R. Marsh, assistant professor of humanities and history, Hamline University, St. Paul, Minn. Roy A. Radtke, director of industrial arts, Milwaukee Public schools. · Cotton · Woven Modros · Washable Rayons 2.95 ,o 5.95 Coast Guard Recruiter Here V S . Coast G u a r d R e c r u i t i n g Of (ice, Sutrer.lh and Arap.ihne strri'ts in Denver, a n n o u n c e d t h a t R e c r u i t e r Donald K. D a r n a u v r . e n m a n f i r s t class VSl'G. will v i s i t Greeloy Wednesday t o g i v e n f o r m a t i o n on the Ileiular Coast G u a r d , the Coast Guard l!e-erve and the Coast G u a r d a c a d e m y , [ l a r n a i i r r will be at the M a r i n e Corps R r c r u i t m s o f f i c e in the c n u r t h o u - e b u i l d i n g here between nil 2 p m. All \ n u n ^ men bo- l«i-cn the aces of 17 and X and a n s rx s e r v i c e m e n are urged In me and talk, w i i h the coast guard rrpresi nl a t n e . GREGORY'S FOR THE NATION'S LEADING BRANDS H a l f Hlock West of I h e I'rwl O f f i c e xl S13 8th Street Livestock Men Elect EXCfl-SlOll SPRINGS. Mo. -- Kore-t Noel of l y w i s t o n , Mont., was elected president of the A m e r i c a n National Livestock Auc lion Assn. at its convention here Saturday. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS CallinK All Cars MCAI.ESTKK. Okla. IP -- M-- Alcstcr Police U. Elmer Durant investigated a at ( i r u c - i n t h e a t e r caused w h e n s t r a n ^ i r crabbed Ihe public address s\.-tem m i c r o r h i ru\ The man \clled: "Ah, ha. At last I ' v e c a u j h t yo' t w o together." A number of the d a r k e n e d cars quickly sped a»ay. FREE ENTRY! You won't have to pick the lock... or blow the safe to join the fun... COME TO GREELEY GAS COMPANY Come get your Free Entry Blank brforr June 30th onJ inter our $50,000.00 "Name the Bryant Pup" CONTEST SALE PRICED 51.00 DOWN DELIVERS NOW S-poiition control idjutt back and feet r tit together. Fold It up. eirry It about. Fiti tn · utomcbilc trunk. Stretch Out and Relax with this Comfortable AUTOMATIC CHAISE LijjhtwciRht, wcathcr-pnxif aluminum tub- in? that's really nipscd! Ful!-lenjrth pad filled with thick rubberized hair and covered with wi.tprjiroof plastic! Open Evening* 'Til 8:30 GreeSey Furniture Co. 2600 Eighth Ave. Telephone 4120

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