Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 27, 1957 · Page 34
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 34

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, June 27, 1957
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Chamber Plans Huge Fireworks Display July with i bow and arrow. Bright color combinations will make up the display. The windows of a cathedral alwa: sLmv brilliant tutors, 'ihe Burnett company will show such brilliant colors in its cathedral j The Statue ol Liberty will also i be one of Ihe displays as well as ] the Niagara Falls. The highlight A giant fireworks display, spon-j 0 ' lne sl) ow will be two giant sau- ty Chamber of cers which will be propelled 500 ft. into the air and will explode county ciiiiens, will climax the ' D '° brilliant colors with loud re- annual Greeley -.fourth ol JulyiP 0 1 ' 1 celebration at 8:30 p. m. at Island! The program Will be climaxed Grove park. j wilh Uncle Sam kpceling down in The one-hour show, featuring 13 j prayer,' his hat at his side. huge displays, will be free. T h e ] fliow will be produced by ihe Burnett Fireworks Co., Enid, Okla. Opening Hie program will be a 300-lt. string of red, while and blue candles at the rear of the sored by the Greeley Commerce in thanks to the Weld -. ClOVO rerteaf :Geis 40 Huge Girders arena. Each display will be -preceded by several colored bombs and salutes. i[ n : i ci * Sl ° " DENVER Lfl -- Forty concrete girders, 94 feet long and weighing ,. 40 tons each, have been trans- .,, ,. ... , ,. , * · lu , ny ported from Denier to the site of hn L W 1 " h c ' l s p l a y c d , c i "' l y ' " ' t h e U. S. Air Force Academy he program with a maehmc gun nm ., h f Co , orado SpringSi battery of reports attached lo the ,,,. ... " flag. Jney will The spectators will be greeted by a large "Howdy Neighbor" display of changing red and green 2-i-in. letters. Colorado's b e a u t i f u l Silver bridges on U. S. be used of a traffic clovcrleaf Highwy 85 and 87 at the academy turnoff. ' ' . The first load of 10 girders was shipped Tuesday "night on the Rio Spruee forests will be depicted in Gra "dc Western Railroad from fireworks. Silver fireworks out- ''"stressed Concrete of Colorado, lined by green will make \ip the There will be Ihree more ship- display. The spruce forest will be mc-nls of 10 girders each. 120 ft. long. Chamber fireworks 'This is one of the most unusual c h a i r m a n Charles Loll said. shipments we've ever had," said Everyone will he seeing f l y i n g ; C a r l L. Itahne, district freight saucers and brilliant flying me- agent for the Rio Grande. "Rail- leors midway Ihrough Ihe pro- road Halears arc 53 feet long and gram. The saucers will explode:each girder is 94 feet long. We with loud reports while the m e - ' f i g u r e d out a way to place Ihe tcors will terminate in colorful [girders on swivels so that the/ stars. wouldn't break when they went Gold, silver, yellow and blue around a curve." fireworks will a be arranged to The GRADUATE .AS SEEN BY. THE PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYER // Seventh Day Adventisf Youth To AIM Rally Here This Weekend Jack Ptrlmuttcr, Prestressedi president, said his company pur- form a Rocky Mountain sunset. The early west will he rcenacted j chased special equipment to man- by an Indian shooting a buffalo I ufacturc the huge girders. They were made for the Leone Construction Co. of Trinidad, prime contractor on the cloverleaf project. Store green onions in the refrigerator and cover tight. Store dry onions at room temperature or slightly cooler (CO to 70 degrees F.) church, T\M.-nl\-firi avenue and Tcnlh slrccl, will be host 16 a weekend youth rally ot the northern Colorado Seventh Day Adven- list churches, starling Friday evening ul 7:45 o'clock and continuing through Saturday, i Friday evening, Lovi-Iand yuuth j will be in charge of the program. I Elder 1). B. Reid, pastor of the j Bell, Haven Seventh Day Adven- lisl church of Denver, will be the Sliest speaker for the rcsuhr u I o'clock service Saturday morning. j Miss Vcrlenc Nesmiil of Campion | will h a v e a m a r i m b a solo for Ihe j offertory. Greeley yuiilh will con due I Ihe Saturday morning Sabbalh school. Franklin Walker will act as superintendent of the school. .Musical program will be VOL-H! solo, Donna Dupper, trumpet duel. Bernard Walker and Donnie Miichalke; vocal duet, Miss Joyce Shablc and Mrs. Stanley Paddock; vocal duct, Joy Powell and Grover Barker, Loveland; viulin solo, Joyce Station, Campion; and saxophone duet, Dick and Jim Meehalke. Organist \ \ i l l UL- Valora Mechalko and pianisl I'ally Hohlendcr. Guest speakers Saturday afternoon will be Coach John Bunn of CSC whose subject will he Good .Sportsmanship. Elder Lcc Carter, Colorado yuiiih leader will also speak. Elder L. J. K h r h n r d l , pas- lor of Ihe local chorch, will lead Ihe song service. Musical program Saturday afternoon will be bass solu, Runnie Jensen, Fort Collins; girls' chorus, Greeley; vocal solo, Jean Gregorson, I.ongmonl; vocal solo. Mansions- Over the Hilllop, Paz Leon of G i l l ; accordion duct, Gwyn Knotwcll and Myra Fisher, Fort Collins; vocal solo, Virginia Jeffery, Fort Collins; trumpet solo. Tommy Hay accompanied by Roland Brunlz of La Salle. | Supper will be served to all j | youlh by the Greeley Dorcas so- j cieties .Later in the evening, sccu- i lar and musical program will be i ] acco:i:ss tluct. St,i.-!c;. inii rjl-1 j lian lleilscher; vocal duet, Milo j i and t.i'un Bohlender: readings, J | Franklin Walker, Donna Hay, Ho-1 j land and Evelyn Werner, Bernard '' ! \Valker, Patty Bohlender, Dan Os- i [ ler. Jr., Don Meehalke; piano solo, i I Robert Klein; chalk drawing. Hill ; bjiiourin. Jr.; and vocal solo, Di-; I waitt Barker. Thursday. June 27, 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 17 ! Confidential Documents Vanish in Formosa Riot Graduates Negroes Plan Boycott I Of Tuskegee, Ala., : While Merchants j T U S K E G E E , Ala. HI - A boy- 'coll of unfriendly while merchanls : j w a s called Wednesday for .Negro' jrcsidenls who a r c ' i n ihe majorily ' :in this famed education mller. ' '· The president of the Negro T u s - i kegee Civic Assn. told an overflow church crowd that members of iheir ra.-e should r e t a l i a t e eronom- jically against a legislative act to j exclude Negroes from the city. I Negroes should "not feed Ihosc I who would devour us," Charles G. ' G o m i l l i o n lold an estimated 2,000 persons. | The act passed Friday by the ' A 1 a b a in a Lcflislalurc redraws boundaries of Tuskegee, now a c i t y . of 6,600 persons so as to exclude · most .Negro residents. Negroes now outnumber white persons aboul 7-3 in Ihc lown. About 000 white persons and 420 | Negroes are on municipal voting !roles. Tile change UlaT tiomillion I called "gprryniaiidi-rinsi" would eliminate all except 10 Negro c i t y ' voters. The act is awaiting action by Gov, James E. Folsom. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Miles D. Lee, above, son gf Dr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Lee of 1811 Montview boulevard, was graduated from this College of Osteo- palhic Physician! and Surgeons at Los Angeles, Calif., June 21. Dr. Lee completed his p r t medical t r a i n i n g at University of Michigan, which he allcndcd under nn Elmer Gcdeon War Memorial scholarship. Dr. Lee will serve his internship in the oslcopalhic u n i t of [he l.os Angeles County hospital. W h i l e al .Michigan, Or. l,cc was a member of Phi G a m m a Di-lla f r a l o r n i l y ; Sphinx, lileratiin 1 , °n-\- encc and arl honorary; and M club. He was a recipient of Ihe Kidding H. Yost award, given for combined a t h l e t i c and academic achievement. He was president of his professional fraternity, lota Tan Sigma, while al College of Osleopathic Physicians and Surgeons, lie was also a member of the school's honorary fraternity, -Sigma Sigma Phi. Dr. and Mrs. Lee attended lh?ir son's graduation and he returned here with them June 23. fideutial documents apparently were taken by unknown persons from the United States Embassy in Taipei during last month's anti- American riots on Formosa. Responsible officials said this U acknowledged in a special report CM aiatc Ucp:. now is drafting about the incident. They did not r a x clear whether any important documents are missing. There are indications no inventory was kept of papers in the Embassy's locked cabinets. Secretary of Stale Dulles already has denied emphatically lhat the Holers stole seen American diplomatic code books. ; Officials said the special report j w i l l be given within the next few days to the Senate Foreign Relations and House Foreign Affairs Committees. Both groups asked the Slate Dcpl. to report on the riots after an irvestigation. Hasn'l Been To Bed George Bells, 72, nf Dover, England, had a few hours sleep once but hasn't been lo bed for 25 years. He passes Ihe long nigllls by play- ins patience. His troubles dates from World War I, when detailed to blow up a railway slalion on I the Somme. Something went wrong and he waked up Ihrec weeks later in a hospital. Later, he found he could never slccp'again. The best sleep he can remember came a f t e r a doctor gave him three pdls lo try. He woke up 12 hours laler--"best sleep I ever had." in Shillong, India, Khasi tribesmen now gainer at an archery club for bow and arrow contests, while bookmakers give odds on their success on the target. Chicken of the Sea Chunk Style, Green Label, Large can . . Hills Bros. COFFEE Choice of grinds Ib. Colo. Grade A 3 to 4 Ib. avg. Ib. YES! THEY WILL FRY TREAT YOURSELF TO THE BEST. U.S.D.A. Choice Grade. Full Cut Center teak * 77 Rib End of Loin Ib. Loin End of Loin, Small Sizes Ib. Mildly Seasoned Bulk Country Style 3 Ibs Best Foods FRENCH DRESSING 8 or. 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