Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 1, 1970 · Page 2
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Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, June 1, 1970
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Pa*e 2 GREELEY TRIBUNE Mon., June 1, 1970_ 1870 · Grcelcy - 1970 :May 15-17: Yellowstone Regional ITC Toastmistress convention. 'May 17: Art reception, University Center, 3 to 5 p.m. May 17-29: Greeley School Children's Art Exhibit, K-12, including Community Center for Creative Arts and Laboratory School. High School at College Center, others to be announced. ...ay 18: Carson Brothers Circus; . parade in afternoon. ' May 19-20: League of Women Voters State Council meeting. : May 21-23: Jaycees State convention, Greeley Jaycees, hosts : May 23: State TOPS Club convention. ' June June 1-5: Pioneer Week Greeley Library and Museum. : June 5: Amico Club, UNC Music Dept. Concert, First Congregational Church. iJune 6-7: Colorado Stale Po lice Pistol Championships. , ; June 6-7: Third Annual Colo rado Federation State Gem and Mineral convention and show. June 6: Christian Business men's Committee Internationa Banquet. : June 7: Ted DeMoss, CBMCI Christian Businessmen's Com mittee International Past Pres ident, Garden Theater, 7:3 p.m. :June 7-28: Historical Collec tion of Denver Art Museum. : June 10: Union Colony dinner noon, University Center.. (Ope to public) ' June 10: Museum Tea, Meeker Museum, 3 p.m. ..June 14: Lou Welch, poet in June 19-20: American Histor-| cat Society of Germans from lussia, National Convention, UNC University Center. June 20: Colorado Carpenters itate Apprentice Contest. June 20-21: First United Pres- lyterian Church Centennial. June 21: Paul Anderson, vorld's strongest man, Garden Theater 7:30 p.m. June 21-23: Daughters of Unon Veterans convention. June 22: Thai Night at U. of N. C., Garden Theater, Dr. Ed Kelly. June 22-24: Synod of Colorado, First U n i t e d Presbyterian ,, .. ... Centennial Invi- ;ational Celebrity Pro-am Golf Tournament. June 28: First Baptist Church Religious Emphasis Program, Garden Theater, 7:30 p.m. Running," LTR, Frasier Theair. July 25-26: Annual Gun Show, Community Building. July 26: Denver Church. June 27-28: July-Aug.: July Artists' W o r k Group displays in downtown windows. July 1-5: Go West With Greeley Rodeo. July 4: Go West With Greeley parade. July 4: "Doc" and "Festus" at Go West With Greeley Rodeo Fireworks. July 5: Bill Glass, defensive end, Cleveland Browns, Gardei Theater. Julv 5-30: Invitational Colo rado artists exhibit and facult; show. Catholic Jathedral Choir, Garden Thea- er, 7:30 p.m. July 30-Aug. 1: Ballad of Baby Doe, Little Theater. August Aug. 1-2: Gladiolus Regional show. Aug. 1-20: Naguchi sculpture show. Aug. 2-8: Weld County Fair and Western Show. Aug. 2: Elton Trueblood, Garden Theater 7:30 p.m. Aug. 4: Pit Barbeque, Weld Co. CSU Alumni Assn. 5 to 7 p.m., Island Grove Park. Aug. 7: Amico Club, Indoor picnic, First Congregational Church, 6:15 p.m. Aug. 6-8: "Tarluffe," LTR, Frasier Theater. Aug. 8: Local reading of literature, invitational, 50 mile radius, jury. Aug. 9: Religious speaker, Rev. Oswald Hoffman, Garden Aug. 15: GHS Class of 1950 Reunion. · - ·· · Aug. 15-16: Greeley Central High Class of I960 Reunion. Aug. 16: Vonda Kay Van Dyke, Garden Theater 7:30 p.m. Aug. 20- "Retreads"--all vet- jrans of WW I and WW II- convention. Aug. 21-22: Sheriff's Posse Association convention and parade. Aug. 23: Religious Emphasis, Mariachia de Colores of Denver, Garden Theater, 7:30 p.m. Aug. 23: Greeley Kennel Club dog show. Aug. 24-29: Youth Appreciation Week. Aug. 27-30: Kiwanis State convention. Aug. 30: Religious speaker, Rev. Tim Duran, Garden Theater 7:30 p.m. . Theater 7:30 p.m. Orches- September Sept. 1-30: First Congregation Church, Month of Commemoration and Commitment. Sept. 0: Dahlia Show of Colorado. Sept. 13: Artists' Nook Group, Reception and tea, WCB Community Room. Sept. 11-13: Sherwood Park Baptist Church, Colorado Association of North American Baptist Churches. Sept. 13-10: Mexican culture events, Gl Forum. Sept. 14-15: Artists' N o o k Group, Art Show, Weld County Bank. Sept. 19: Bicycle skill rodeo. Sept. 21-22: National Associa - . . Baptist Churches, Sherwood Park Baptist Church. Aug. 14: Festival Orchestra, Greeley Choral and University Sept. 27: Marine Band Concert. October Oct. 1: Knife and Fork Club Dimninger, speaker. r ,^ ........ ,,-., - r ...... --of Northern Colorado Summer I Oct. 4: Local reading of lit Oct. 3: Centennial Spectacle 'arade and Queen's Ball Oct. 4: Centennial Spectacle Religion Day, Rev. Charlie Gray Oct. 5: Centennial Spectacle Tournament of Tables Oct. 6: Greeley Knife «nd Fork Hub, Dan Rather, speaker Oct. 6: Centennial Spectacle governor's Day. Crowning of Queen. Spectacle Begins. Oct. 7: Centennial Spectacle Youtli Day Oct. 8: Centennial Spectacle All Nations' Day Oct. 9: Centennial Spectacle Pioneers' Day Oct. 10: Centennial Spectacle Athletics Day Oct. 11: Soroplomist Club, state meeting. Oct. 11: Lecture series, Law- ·ence Ferlinghetti, 8 p.m., College Center Ballroom. Oct. 13: ALCW general meeting, Our Savior's Lutheran Church. Oct. 18: Greeley Concerts Assn., Denver Symphony Orchestra, Brian Priestruan, conducting, Gunter Hall. 4 p.m. November Nov. 1: Knife -and Fork Club, Dr. Carl Winters, speaker. Nov. 6: CWU World Communion Day, St. Mary's Church. Nov. 9: Greeley Knife anc Fork Club, Dr. Carl Winters, speaker. Nov. 12: Greeley Chamber of Commerce, 51st annual banquet Nov. 15: Greeley Concerts Assn., Greeley Philharmonic, Marilyn Neeley, piano soloist Gunter Hall, 4 p.m. December Dec. 7: Annual meeting ol Liars Club Dec. 8: ALCW general meeting, Our Savior's Lutheran Church. . . . (J[ INUlllltilll V^ujuiauw UU1U1111.L ' VJV^L. *. uwt,ui - ~«~ ?T o n i - t i i TI i -rlChoir. 8 p . m . Frasier Theater. |erature, invitational, July 9-11: Little Theater of A ^. Youth Concert . r a dius, jury. Ihe Rockies production, lo be b : : 50 mil Today in History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Monday, June 1, the 152nd day of 1970. There are 213 days left in Ihe year. On this date in 1958, Gen. Charles de Guile became premier of France. On this date: In 1792, Kentucky joined the Union as the 15lh state. In 1796, Tennessee became the 16th state. In 1801, the Mormon leader, Srigham Young, was born in Whitingham, Vt. In 1812, President James Madison advised Congress that war with Britian was inevitable. In 1943, during World War II, the English actor, Leslie Howard, was killed when a German v/arplane shot down the civilian Lransport plane he was aboard in a flight from Lisbon to London. In 1944, the siesta was officially abolished in Mexico. Ten years ago: The Communist threat in Asia was being discussed at a meeting of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization in Washington. Five years ago: Chairman William McChesney Martin Jr of the Federal Reserve Board warned that there were "disquieting similarities," betweer the prosperity at that time and the 1920s. One year ago: In presidentia elections in France, the Gaullisl candidate, Georges Pompidou won the most votes, but nol enough to avoid a runoff election. LONDON--Hadley-Paige Air craft may close soon. The Puzzle with the Built-in Chuckle A Rearrange letters of th« "lour scrambled words b«- low to form four simple words. Eddie Jones has been selling cosmetics at Gilbert's WELDO RADO DRUG for 19 years--we love tar, to will you. Adv H E B C U R * 2 T Y H 3 H A W I C V E T 5 R A D 6 1 W I N 7 Life insurance Is something that keeps a man poor all his life, so he can --.--. Q Complete the chucklo quoted' ^ by filling in the missing words you develop from step No. 3 below. PRINT NUMBERED LETTERS IN THESE SQUARES UNSCRAMBLE LETTERS FOR ANSWER rTTTTT SCRAM-LETS ANSWER ON PAGE 4 V* PRICE SALE on HANDCRAFT FOR PRE-SCHOOL TO ADULTS Can Be Used For V.B.S. or Sunday School Bible Book House I 809 9th St., Greeley 352-2255 announced. July 10: Newcomer Society! banquet. | July 12: First Methodist residence for five weeks.' Read-' ing of ojvn poe,ry, 8 p.m. Me- v a r i s t Tern- June 14: Don Lonie, National ^ Choir ' Garden Theater 7:3 ° Assembly speaker and school P -m -, lecturer' Garden Theater, 7:30 p.m July 13: Retirement Dinner for UNC faculty. July 16-17: Annual Krazyj Daze promotion. Downtown Retail Committee. July 16-18: "Waitign for the ; June 17-20: Occupational Fai:, Community Building. · J u n e 18: Art Lecture, Buck-1 Ju| 16 . lg . .. Waitign for tne minster Fuller, College Center G d ,, LTR Frasieer Thealcr Ballroom, 7:30 p.m., free. Ju]y ' ]g . Li(erary Lecture . Stanley Kauffman, 8 p.m. Frasier Theater. IS YOUR BABY Under one year of age? If so, be «ure to attend special workshop from birth to one -- the vital year. See Page 6. --Adv. July 19: Religious Emphasis, Sen. Hugh Chance, Garden Theater, 7:30 p.m. July 23-25: "You know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Your hands will never again touch a dirty mop No detergent contact keeps hands beautiful /SEtlNCLUDES:ALL COTTON MOP, MOP HANDLE, PAIL, WRINGER 5MMMLS XL D i... wring...mop Open Friday Eveningt 'til 8:30 'Ji SaTISfACTlON-taiAHANTEED REPIACIMENT OR MONEY REFUNDED JUNIORS AND MISSES KICK-OFF FALL'7O WITH SUEDE LEATHER COAT SAVINGS We're not rushing fall -- we're just on the ball with the new coat excitements the minute they happen. And at a pre-season price so low it seems unreal. These are the super-super suedes ond leathers by Highlander. Single and double-breasteds, belteds and welteds making news in mini lengths, short lengths and pantcoat lengths. French nappa, brushed calf, lambskin suede, pigskin suede and on and on. Black, darks, neutrals plus fashion shades you must see. New ones like ginger, poppy, apple green and orange. IK., misses. designed to sell for $100 to $120 YOUR FASHION BAR AT EIGHTH AND EIGHTH OPEN THURSDAY AND PRIDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8:30

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