Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 24, 1957 · Page 42
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 42

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, June 24, 1957
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Asst. Dean at Tehran University Studies Recreation Here (i Days cation that he principally spofce Friday. 515 Exchange Studenl "Our government' sends about', , 523 Iranian students abroad every year." he began. "Of these. 25 are completely paid I I . _! by (he government. The other SW, A friendly and courteous v i s i t o r ' . . ., . ( a r e private student*, with orae from Tehran Universiiy, Tehran,: 6 " U l U b * onr rcsu " " ' 5 h! ^ hoi,, Lm the government." j Iran, spent the first day o[ a six- lot to 5e « ""' "ie leisure-time u , Tnis prosi . anl is vcr much un .! day visit in Greeley Friday. .spent in worthwhile activities. , d e r control of the government.' He ii Dr. Ali Kani, assistant, Without wishing to sircss the a constitutional monarchy. Siu-! !r!:.'?^-f.^.. t ". Ch " S , coU(;sc , al :'"I too much. Dr. Kani said rau(.-h:' denls studying abroad must first! of this economic i m p r o v e m e n t . ' !a *° * '·*!·:··:*;·: Irs! :.". She liE- lias been Ihe result of putting t h e ' » ua S c of ln ? Country they will Iranian oil industry on a differ- visil - This "PP 11 " ( -° even the pri- ^J r 7|Iranian Studying Here |Evans . . . EVANS - -Mrs. C. N. of many Iranian recreational and educational organizations. His mission is to find how to organize recreation in his native cnt basis than it formerly was when England had more control vale students. Their grades must be satisfac- land aud what recreational activi- i Qve V the'industry"" """^ *""""'!tory, the college they visit and lies in the U. S. can be imported! M .,.. . ,. . . .. ,,, ; the subject they study must be ap- inlo Iran i " otes ' r a n Moderniiation Plans ' , . , 5 . 1 His visit is the result of G r e c - j llis work . Dr. Kani said, is p a r t i "i wou |,| say a D o u L M pcr CPTll ley's agreement to participate in ! ot a '"run-way drive towards moil- go lo Trance and Germany because i an International Recreational As- j TM zal 'on in his nalivc land. The (Delation program. This is one o f | l n r e the smallest cities in the program. cu ' 1 Moviei Art Principal Recreation Dr. Kuni pointed out t h a t there three areas arc education, agri- .ure and public health. A better-trained administrator it is cheaper. About tliree or four! only go to England. They study medicine in England, bui noli many go there because the cli-! could hardly bc found.'Dr. Kani I mate is bad lor them. Some get Is one street in Tehran with l O J h a s traveled in England, France, j tuberculosis. movie theaters on it. "This, he | India and Pakistan as well as j Those going to Germany mainly said, "is now our principal leisure lime activity." Iran is currently undergoing n America. He studied at Columbia University and received his doctorate from North Carolina Uni- gradual economic improvement, I versity in 1939. His knowledge o[ he said, and it is his opinion that i Ensllsh is excellent. more leisure time for the work-1 McARTHUR-WHEElER study engineering, and those stu dents in France mainly study med icinc, he said. The subjects studied in America range over education, economics, It is with exchange student edu- j engineering, agriculture and, ot ' course, petroleum engineering, he concluded. COLOR Processing CAMERA SHOP Colorful Colorado Is a photographer's paradise. Select your photographic needs at our Camera Head- quartern. We have everything you need for taking bettor pictures-at less costl OPPOSITE MILLER'S SUPERMARKET Greeley's Photographic Headquarters/ 1613 Bth'Ave. : "' ' . ' Typhoon Virginia In Northern Philippines MANILA wi -- Typhoon Virginia, packing 15C m.p.h. winds, moved Sunday night toward sparsely settled Bataan Island in the northern Philippines. She appeared headed toward Formosa. New Library Dedicated SHRUB OAK, N. Y. Wl--A new S500 ,000 library has been dedicated at Loyola Seminary, operated here hy the Jesuit order of the Roman Catholic Church. The threc-slory library, with a capacity of §150,000 books, was built from funds given by Mrs. Mary D. Rciss, widow of Jacob Rciss, industrialist. It bears her name. June Special ELLIOTT'S SATBK LATEX Rubber-based flat } wall paint. Quick dry. Roll or brush on. White and col- 1.50 ors. Quart Regular $1.69 _ Gallon Regular $5.80 _ MOFFAT'S 11156th Ave. Phone 318 Closed Saturday Afternoons Monday, June 24, 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Paee 21 Follow UD Plan j made "decisions for Christ" at the . | meetings. I "Then in October." he said, "we :will have a tremendous 'visitation' . . . . u ., «*·. a , a ,*i of iono*.^ Tuesday night. Mrs. Wiggins, for-j .NEW YORK 'JH - Evangelist during whifh volunteers will per- where she had been to' see her f ° u °*- u P programs wiU. bc con-' ·son, Warren, and his family be- ducted in New York al'.-?r his | Four of the umpires from the fore Ihcy left for LaPaz, Bolivia. 'Madison Square Garden crusadeiSoulhern Assn., come from !he so- Wiggins works for the United I cn(ls Ju l' 21. j called northern slates and one li .Stales government. ; First, he slid, a hr;c group of:'' r " m Csnadj. Circle 1 of WSCS will m e e t ! counselors will continue working) Thursday afternoon at the home ·· vvitn lhl; thousands of persons w h o ' U S E THE T R I B U N E WANT ADS !0f Mrs. fiea Fuerstock lor a i--in| | o'clock dessert. Circle 2 of the WSCS will m e e t , Thursday evening M the home of I Mrs. Laurin Roberts. I Dr. Ali Kanij above, left, from Tehran, Iran, is shown with his host Friday, Lyle Beaver of the Community Activities Commission. Friday was the first of six days Dr. Kani will itudy recreation here.--Tribune photo by Jim Moore. Former U. S. Diplomat In Aufo Accident On Italian Highway GENOA Wi -- James C. Dunn, 67, retired former American Aril-1 hassador to Italy," was involved in j ! an auto.motorcycle accident S a t - i j u r d a y night in which a young j I Italian cyclist was seriously hurt, i J Police said the vehicles collided i al a hairpin curve-. Pierce The newlyweds are living for the present at Garden Collages in 1'ierce. Fred Schneider received a ccr PIERCE - Ault and Pierce i ificale ot congratulations from the communities co-operated in honor-1 u. S. Navy Reserve stating thai his ing Mrs. Bob Hansen, formerly I s o n (Gary) Wayne has successfully USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Welcome, Summer Students To Greeley's Finest Shoe Shop Feet Hurl? Wear Fool-So-Porl Shoes Shoes Repaired While You Wait! Shoes Cleaned, Sliined, Dyed :)-iMlnute Heel Service Hells, billfolds, Costume Jewelry Souvenirs and Novelties ' WE GIVE PIONEER STAMPS Superior Shoe Service Home Of Invisible Soles Slfl Sth Ave.--Just 2 Doors South of Cook's Drug Slore er al the town hall Wednesday night. / Mrs. J. D. Cook had charge of a short program which consisted o: vocal solos by Janice Rice, accom panied by Mrs. A. Moss at the pi ano. The numbers were Because and True Love. Tap dances anc tumbling numbers were presented by Dannie White and Billic Rae Simpson. Doris Shirley and Joyce Lesh sang Someone You Love ano Melody of Love with their ukuleles :o accompany them. Mrs. Ned Shirley presented the _;itts to the new bride. Helping with the gifls were her mother and her mother-in-law, Lorene Patten, anc lier aunt, Mrs. Howard Hockison. The tea table was attractively centered with white daisies, while touches of blue were provided by candles, mints and napkins. Mrs Lynaden Fletcher served Ihi punch. Hostesses in addition to thos above mentioned were Mesdame Keinhold Nelson, Mary Cozad, Ir vin Hawkins, Wyiie Kennedy, Mad Hansen, Harold Fletcher, Edwi Ehn, 0. E. Parson, Dora Walker Gilbert Salberg, Henry Hein, Henr \Vijanich, Melvin Geib, Alphroni Smith, Lawrence Stewart, Ro Hawkins, F. H. Lamb, Bill Farmer Burl Gaines, Robert Alkire, Man uel Lobato, Pless Kerr and Harold Rice. PICK UP CARLSON-FRINK at your * VITAMIN 0 HOMO. * "FfilNK-lhe Ben" COFFEE CREAM WHIPPING CREAM SOUR CREAM Milfon Berle loses $240 To Sneak Thief DETROIT Wl -- A sneak thief tole $340 from comedian Millon Jerle's holel suite here Sunday vhile the entertainer and his wife wore sleeping. Berle, who has a current engagement at a night cluh in nearby /indsor. Ont., told police the bur-1 lar took Ihe money from a pair f trousers Berle had left draped ver a chair. The officers Eaid the thief gained nlry to the fuite with a key. ... and know you have the FINEST! You musf be satisfied with these Dairy Foods ... or Your Money Back! YOUR EVERY DAIRY FOOD NEED MILK _ HAIF ond HAIF GOLDEN GUERNSEY GURN-Z-GOID COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTER BUTTERMILK CHOCOLATE MILK SUNKIST ORANGE DRINK Jumbo Frozen Dessert CARLSON-FRINK Delicious ICE CREAM DAIRY FOODS Featured at Most Leading FOOD MARKETS plicants. Wayne left Denver June 15 by air for Oakland, Calif., where he will enroll in Recruit Airman Train- ng school for 85 days. He will be lome this fall to finish his senior pear at Pierce High school. Visitors at the Ralph Lobato home Sunday were Mrs. Lobalo's mother, Mrs. Ben Duran; her irother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Larry LaCombc; and her sis- er, Mrs. Sam Luccro and children all of San Luis. Others were her brother and sister-in-law, Staff Ser- ;eant and Mrs. Don Duran and baby, Desiree, of Cheyenne. Priscilla vent home with her grandmother .0 spe/id two weeks. WSCS met at the town hall Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. D. K. Wilson, mother of the Rev. Ballard Wilson, and Doris Shirley. The latter sang a solo ss part of the program. The new president, Mrs. Charles Van Why, look charge of the busi ness meeting. The annual pledgi service was held. Mrs. J. A. Nick) was presented a 25-year member ship pin. Mrs. Bertha Smith had the devo tional program and Mrs. J. A Nicks the lesson. Refreshment were served by Mrs. Harold Bu chanan and Mrs. Frank Cnadivick apanese Get Bigger TOKYO Wl -- Japanese are get- ing bigger. The education ministry, after urvcying five million students, aid Sunday 12-year-old children re half an inch taller and two ounds heavier ( 4 - f o o t - 8 , 75 ounds) than youths Ihe same age 1036. Better sight means: better grades better jobs and better fun. 38 Years Service In Greeley SEE HAEFELI and HAEFELI OPTOMETRISTS and OPTICIANS 10th Ave. and 9th St. Phone 4050 Welcome Students We hope you have an enjoyable summer while you are in Greeley. Shop during the cool of day. Store Open 7:30 a.m. - Air Conditioned Store Specials for Tuesday and Wednesday Van Camp's Pork "'Beans' 19 KOOL-AID Assorted Flavors, Try the New Flavors, 3 pkge. . TO Cfoverleaf Cloverleaf 5 flavors l /z gal. Pictsweet Frozen Strawberries 10 oz. pkg. Supreme Sandies Full pound bag Lunch Time Snack? Try These Delicious LUNCH MEAT: Sigman's Mile High Pickle, Pimento Loaf fl ||C Veal Loaf Ib, Macaroni, Cheese Loaf Sigman's Mile High Tender, Juicy All Meal Wieners White SUPER MARKET WHERE GREELEY SHOPS WITH CONFIDENCE Delivery Service Monday, Tuesday. Thursday Friday Ph. 3101 Red Stamps Given On All Cash Purchases 922 10 St.

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