Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 25, 1977 · Page 6
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CREELEY (Colo.) TRIBL'XE Wed., MtyZS. 1977 -The weather Not what It seems Although it appears Greeley firemen art trying to combat an out-of-control house fire, it is actually a training session for firemen. The house, located at 625 4th St., was slated for destruction by Urban Renewal, and firemen said they would gradually burn down the structure while training during the next few days. (Tribune Photo by Mike Peters) Arraignments of out-of-state men continued in rooster fighting case Arraignments of 17 out-of- state men on a charge of killing animals in contest gambling were continued to 1:30" p. m.June 29 by Judge Andrew Borg in County Court Tuesday. The 17 were arrested May 1 when sheriff's officers, assisted by Ault and Pierce police, raided a north-Weld county farm building and found what they believed was the largest cock fight ever held in this part of Colorado. Nearly 100 persons were inside the building. The 17 out-of-state defendants are Charles Dale Williams, James Johnson, Fred L. Miller, Buster Childers, Budadshi Israngul, Donald C. Childers and Larry Wilcox, all of Cheyenne; James Cayton and John P. Gardner, both Wheatland, Wyo.; Merl 0. Parkinson reported 'happy 7 with Wackenhut position Former Greeley Police Chief John Parkinson said Tuesday he's very happy with his new job as area manager of Wackenhut Corp. -- the third largest private investigative agency in the U.S. Parkinson .went to work for Wackenhut in March of this year after resigning as Greeley chief of police. He left Greeley's department. early this year, shortly after several of his staff officers sent a letter of no confidence to the city manager. "I really enjoy working for a p r i v a t e o r g a n i z a t i o n , " Parkinson said. "It's much like running a police department, only I'm working for a private organization." Parkinson heads 150 investigators-in Colorado, Utah and Nebraska. His firm has contracts in Northern Colorado with the Platteville Nuclear Generating Plant and last week signed a security contract with the new steam generating plant in Brush. The company specializes in investigative work, and the guard service is a sideline. Leinweber, Douglas, Wyo.; Jay Dean I.einweber, Minatare, Neb.; Brian E. Bode and Robert Bode, both Lyman, Neb.; Timothy R. O'Neill, Sumner, Neb.; Dwight C. Medina, Scottsbluff, Neb.; Dallas Chartier, Benkelman, Neb.; and Chauncey Dewey, Brewster, Kan. Michael A. Lazar, deputy district attorney, said Wednesday morning it is anticipated more charges will be filed in connection .with the event. However, he said the cock fight was still under investigation with the focus being on who actually organized the affair, who furnished the birds and who actively engaged in gambling on the cock fights. "We're trying to be more selective and determine who the persons were who were actually participating in the event and were not just spectators," he said. In addition to the 17 out-of- state men arrested at the scene, 62 Colorado residents were identified and photographed, then released pending the possible filing of charges against them. Sheriff's officers reported the cock fight was being held in a building owned by the I. R. Booth Cattle Co. at the intersection of Weld roads 96 and 41. They said they found 14 dead roosters, 175 live roosters in individual cages, betting slips, leg bands, scales and a number of other items believed used in cock fight gambling. Estes Park spring tourist business reported best ever USC report u of 6 i.m. High Tuesday 85i29c Low this morning 56(l3c) Barometer 29.89, steady (1012.3mb) Precipitation none The highest temperature every recorded here on May 26 was 96(36c) in 194J. The lowest was 3S(2.2c) in 1965 and 1975. The sun will rise Thursday at 5:35 a.m'., and will set at 8:17 p.m. River conditions as of 8 a.m. Flow llScfs Gauge height 2.32 Citizens urged to serve on city boards With city officials urging interested citizens to apply for city board or commission membership, city council is slated to take up a number of appointments Thursday -- and also continue debate of uses for $367,000 in community development funding. C o n d u c t i n g s e s s i o n s throughout Thursday afternoon, council is scheduled to meet at 2:30 pjn. on the community development fund question, meet at 4 p.m. on board appointments and the city's policy on fire hydrant installation costs and round out the afternoon with a 5:15 p.m. meeting with newly appointed members of a citizen's ad hoc committee which will be studying community and recreation center needs. All sessions will be at the city complex. City Manager Pete Morrell said anyone interested in seeking a city board post should contact his office by Wednesday. Board and commission posts include: Airport board, citizen's traffic safety panel, golf course committee, housing authority,, human relations commission, library board, museum board, parks-recreation board, planning commission, water- sewer board and zoning appeals board. NEW YORK (UP1) - The highest temperature reported Tuesday to the National Weather Service, deluding Alaska and Hawaii, was 97 degrees at Presidio. Tex. Today's low was 32 degrees at Reno, Nev. Extended outlooV (Friday through Sunday) Mostly cloudy and windy through Thursday with widely scattered mainly afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms, some possibly severe thunderstorms today and tonight east. Cooler most sections. Highs today : and Thursday in me.70s with 53 to 65 mountains. Lows,tonight 45 to 55 with 30s mountains. Southerly winds 10 to 25 miles per hour and gusty at times today and tonight. Colorado -- Continued mild with periods of afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms. Highs 70s to lower 80s east, 65 to 75 west with 60s mountains. Lows 45 to 55 east, upper 30s and 40s west with 25 to 35 mountains. Wyoming -- Periods of rain or showers with a few thunderstorms likely west today and tonight. Scattered afternoon and .evening thunderstorms east. Chance for showers and thunderstorms statewide Thursday. Cooler east with highs today and Thursday mostly in the low 60s to mid 70s. Lows tonight mid 30s to mid 4Qs. The Weather Elsewhere By The Associated Press Wednesday ' ' HI I.o Prc Ollk Albany 83 64 cdy Albu'que 82 59 rn Amarillo 80 64 cdy Anchorage 49 40 cdy Asheville 72 60 .46 rn Atlanta 68 61 .48 rn Birmingham 83 63 cdy Bismarck 91 65 cdy Boise 61 40 .04 clr Boston 90 69 rn Brownsville 89 70 cdy Buffalo 85 63 clr CharlstnSC 83 71 .02 rn CharlstnWV , 80 64 rn .Chicago 90 65 clr Cincinnati 85 64 cdy ESTES PARK, Colo. (AP) There are no official figures yet, but the acting president of the Estes Park Chamber of Commerce says the vacation community has experienced its best spring tourist season ever. Marion Grubber, the chamber's action president, attribut- ed the tourist turnout to a $35,000 national advertising campaign mounted last year after the devastating Big Thompson Canyon flood. The purpose of the campaign was to tell potential tourists that the town was undamaged and operating as usual. Deaths and Funeral? MACY ALLNUTT M O R T U A R I E S MERRILL Mrs. Carol P. Merrill of 2807 Reservoir Road. Wife of Ralph Merrill. Sisfer of Robert Peterson of Santa Maria, California. Services 2:00 p.m. Thursday from Immanuel Lutheran Church. Interment Sunset Memorial Gardens. If friends wish, memorial gifts may be made to the Cancer Society or the Immanuel Lutheran Church. "WRIGHT Miss Fdna F. Wright of the Bonell Retirement Community. Sister of Mrs. Russell (Mabel J.) Hill and Mrs. Pearl M. Rynard both of Greeley. Aunt of Mrs. John (Helen) Neftleton of Fort Collins and Mrs. E. Graydon (Margaret) Snyder of Palo Alio, California. Services 12 noon Thursday from the Drawing Room. Interment Linn Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at the Mortuary until 11:00 a.m. Thursday. If friends wish, memorial gifts may be made to the First Knifed Methodist Church of Greeley. flDRMSDN Long distance phone service for Briggsdale area upgraded l/ine distance calls to and from Briggsdale will soon travel a microwave radio path, the result of a joint project between Mountain Bell and the Wiggins Telephone Association (WTA). The new method of transmission will improve the quality of long distance calls to the town. B r i g g s d a l e telephone customers are served by WTA, an "independent telephone company which maintains its own telephones and offices. All calls which leave WTA territory, or enter it, travel Mountain Bell lines. Mountain Bell recently installed some $25,000 worth of microwave equipment for cal! transmission to and from Briggsdale. The equipment was added to a Mountain Bell office northwest of Greeley which provides long distance service to the Grover WTA exchange. WTA now has microwave receiving and sending equipment in Briggsdale, a project which ran the company more than 861,000. The companies plan to start sending calls over the syste.n in June. The microwave system will serve the 130 Briggsdale customers, according to WTA manager Lynn Hendrickson. He added that all those customers recently were upgraded from eight- to single- Weekend access only set for Wolf Creek Pass The Colorado Division of Highways announced a schedule for U.S. 160 over Wolf Creek Pass during summer holiday weekends. The pass will be open Friday nights through Monday nights on Memorial Day, July 4 and Labor Day weekends. The normal schedule during this summer's widening project is to close the road from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Monday through Friday. The holiday weekends are exceptions. The divison of highways says that 1-70 construction this summer through Tenmile Canyon and over Vail Pass should cause only minor inconvenience to travelers. No substantial closures are anticipated, but there will be intermittent delays of short duration. party service. The microwave is part of a larger program to improve telephone service to all WTA customers. The microwave will replace an old po!e-and-wire line. ~"^~~~ Mountain Bell engineer Connie , Brown said Briggsdale people MlShOp CQUS6S $1,500 should have higher quality long distance call, and they should be able to get onto the network faster because the system has more circuits than were previously available to the town. Independence Pass on Colo. 82 will be closed until sometime in June. Retaining walls are under construction and traffic is being kept off the road for safety reasons. / to cor Eaton man pleads guilty to theft Jimmy Wright, 37, Eaton, pleaded guilty in District Court to a misdemeanor theft charge in which he was accused of stealing firearms and a gunbelt of a value of $50 or more and less than $200 from Elsie Dalton, Rt. 1, La Salle, last Oct. 17. William Pharo, deputy district attorney, said the victim had noticed the guns and gunbelt missing and reported the theft. He added police sometime later contacted the defendant on another matter and saw the stolen guns in his possession. Judge Jonathan W. Hays gave Wright permission to apply for probation and continued the case to June 13. REECE Mrs. Audrey E. Reece of 117 Wesf Topaz, Granby, formerly of Greeley. Arrangements later. Brian A. Rothe Private graveside services wereheldat 11 a.m. Wednesday at Sunset Memorial Gardens for Brian Andrew Rothe, who died the day of his birth, Thursday, May 19, at Weld County General Hospital. Adamson Mortuary was in charge of arrangements. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rothe of Fort Morgan; a brother, Matthew, at home; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rothe of Greeley and Mr. and Mrs. John Carson of Littleton; his great-grandparents, Mrs. C. A. Seawell and Mrs. Henry Rothe, both of Greeley, Mrs. Howes Burton of Beverly Obituaries Farms, Mass., and John Carson the Granby City Council and of of Fort Pierce, Fla. the Pals Club. She is survived by her husband, Roy; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Griner of Silverton; her grandmother, Mrs. Fred Allen of Trinidad; her brother, Paul Griner of Pueblo; a step-daughter, Mrs. Debbie Stockton of Sterling, and two step-grandchildren. Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday in St. John's Episcopal Church at Granby. Interment will be in Granby Cemetery. The body will lie in state at Adamson Mortuary until 9 p.m. Thursday. . Friends may make memorial contributions to the Scholarship Fund of East Grand High School. Audrey E. Reece Mrs. Audrey E. Reece, 32,117 W. Topaz, Granby, died Tuesday, May 24, at Bonell Retirement Community. She was born Feb. 27,1945, at Silverton where she was reared and was graduated from high school in 1962. She then attended Colorado State University at Fort Collins. On May 28, 1967, she was married to Roy Reece at Granby. Active in community affairs, she was a member of CAPE, of the Granby Woman's Club, was secretary and the only woman pilot in the Granby Flying Club. Mrs. Reece was a member of A 1977 car driven by Eric Foss of La Salle sustained $1,500 damage in an accident south of La Salle Tuesday, the Colorado State Patrol said. Officers said Foss' car and a 1973 truck driven by Chet Kindvall of 1223 5th St. collided on Weld 44. The truck received $300 damage. City accident injures woman Pauline Jane Smith, 36, 3210 37th St., suffered minor injuries and her car received $800 damage in a two-car collision at 2:55p.m.Tuesdayat 16th Street and the U.S. 85 by-pass. The Smith woman did not require emergency medical care, according to police reports. The driver of the other car was identified as Michael Rae Ikenouye, 21, of Greeley. He was not injured, and his car received $250 damage. -Both a 1977 van driven by Robin Stockwell of 1922 28th .Ave. and a 1974 pickup truck driven by Steven White of 2004 31st St. sustained S200 damage when the vehicles collided on 95th Avenue seven miles west of Greeley. Born at Weld County Genera! Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Burns, Eaton, a daughter, on Tuesday, May 24. Mr. and Mrs. George Colgate, .2130 35th Ave., a daughter, on Tuesday, May 24. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis DeVore, 701 19th Ave., a daughter, on Tuesday, May 24. -Hospital Dismissals- Dismissed from Weld County General Hospital on Tuesday, May 24: John Moore, Greeley; Mrs. Henry Lesser, Windsor; Ken Grossaint, Greeley; Donald Prather, 3209 W. 6th St.; Mrs. Harry O'Brien, Kersey. William Becander, 1620 6th St.; Mrs. Eldon Rathbun and son, Pierce; Mrs. Robert Bryant and daughter, 3102 17th Ave.; Mrs. Ivan Stable and daughter, 2032 10th Ave.; Mrs. Vern Kauffman and son, Keenesburg. Mrs. Arlin Sample and son, 1932 34th Ave.; Mrs. Lucien Woelk, Eaton; Gail Knoll, 2105 8th Ave.; Mrs. Cora Fleming, Eaton; Ernest Chastain, 4503 Hot Springs Dr. Mrs. Harold Hoselton, Evans. Dismissed from Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, May 24: David Johnson, Evans,. Cleveland Dal Ft.Wth Denver DesMoines Detroit Duluth Fairbanks Helena Honolulu Houston Ind'apolis Jks'ville Kan's City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Memphis Miami Milwaukee St. P. New Orleans New York Okla. City Omaha Orlando ' Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh clr cdy cdy cdy clr clr cdy .02 cdy cdy 85 58 $9 63 84 56 8R565 87 61 68 53 59 47 63 47 85 74 85 70 88 68 .29 85 68 Cdy 82 62 .04 Cdy 62 49 .03 Clr 86 66 cdy 66 55 cdy cdy cdy cdy clr clr cdy cdy clr clr P'tland, Me. PV;n- P'tland.Ore. Rapid City Richmond St.Louis St. P. Tampa Salt Lake SanDiego San Fran Seattle Spokane Washington 87 63 cdy 63 41 .01 cdy 85 CO cdy 74 67 .45 ra 81 62 clr 89 65 cdy 62 46 .10 rn 65 58 cdy 59 52 rn 64 44 cdy 59 38 clr 80 67 .36 rn 91 67 Akron 82 M Alamosa 69 39 Cheyenne 77 45 Colo. Springs 81 47 83 54 86 66 88 67 84 69 81 62 87 67 93 69 .35 cdy 82 65 cdy 79 60 .10 Cdy 83 61 .02 Cdy Crook Denver Durango Estes Park Ft. Collins Grand Jet. La Junta Lamar LeadviHe Pueblo Trinidad 88 60 84 56 70 42 76 39 83 M 77 54 88 61 84 56 60 35 89 60 77 51 cdy cdy cdy pc cdy cdy t cdy PC pc cdy .14 cdy .71 cdy pc cdy .02 pc WEATHER FORECAST--Rain is forecast Wednesday for the Northwest. Showers are expected for the Southeast, except Florida, and from western Texas into the central Plains. Cool weather is expected from the Pacific coast to the Rockies and. warm weather is forecast elsewhere. (AP Wirephoto Map) Three face charges in killing of Breckenridge girl by dogs BRECKENRIDGE, . Colo. (UP1) -- Two women and one man will be arraigned July 6 on misdemeanor homicide charges stemming from the killing of a 6-year-old girl by a pack of pet dogs in this mountain town last month, a county judge says. Michael McNamara's scheduled arraignment Tuesday was postponed when defense attorneys agreed to combine it with a July hearing on pretrial motions. McNamara was caring for a Saint Bernard, a Norwegian Elkhound and a Husky-German shepherd mix April 3 when the animals attacked Tamara Newton while she walked to a playmates' home. The dogs were owned by the women. Hetherington May 12 ordered 'the women and McNamara to stand trial on charges of criminally negligent homicide. The maximum penalty for misdemeanor homicide in Colorado is two years in jail and a $5,000 fine. Greeley police log TUESDAY a.m. 7:48 Watering complaint received. 8:10 Watering complaint received. · . · 8:39 Possible burglary reported at the Balanced Diet Shop in the Greeley Mall. 8:41 Woman arrested on warrant. 8:54 Man reported he found the microphone which was stolen from a police car last week. 9:46 Woman reported she was threatened. 10:11 Indecent exposure incident reported. 10:30 Fire department will be burning a house at 625 4th St. for the next few days. 10:41 Shoplifters reported at downtown Safeway. 11:31 Immigration violation reported, p.m. 12:27 Loud motorcycle complaint received. 1:40 Stolen bicycle reported. 1:49 Report of. juveniles shooting birds with a B-B gun in the 2000 block of 39th Avenue. 3:00 Watering complaint received. 3:00 Man reported he saw persons stealing traffic cones from street construction project. 3:18 Report of persons sniffing glues. 3:19 Man arrested on court warrants. 4:25 A city license plate, No. 132, was found and returned to city. 4:54 Accident in Hillside Mall parking lot. 4:55 Stolen bicycle reported. 5:36 Child bitten by dog. 5:45 Report of persons sniffing paint. 5:52 Two family disturbances. 6:05 Loud music complaint. 6:24 Family disturbance. 6:40Firedepartment assisted ; the owner of the Mini-Flick Theater, 330 8th Ave., after he was locked out of theater. Firemen cut hole in door to . reach inside and release lock. 7:12 Reckless driver reported. 7:29 Stolen bicycle reported. 7:59 Stolen car reported at the parking lot in the Greeley Mall. . 9:44 Accident at 14th Avenue and Reservoir Road. 10:58 Family disturbance. 11:35 Traffic hazard reported in the 1700 block of 30th St.; juveniles moved barricades so cars would run into hole in road construction site. WEDNESDAY a.m. 12:50 Prowler reported in the 2400 block of 16th Avenue; it was a boyfriend trying to talk to girlfriend. 1:47 Shoplifter reported at 711 Store at 11th Avenue and 9th Street; attempted to steal S2 worth of bologna and a 52 · pornography magazine. 2:00 Suspicious persons reported in Farr Park. 2:30 Woman arrested on court warrant. ·JSfiO Deadlock Type : GREELEY LOCKanil KEY-

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