Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 11, 1973 · Page 6
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GKEELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE lost Patrol memorial service 'Guys and Dof/s' "Guys and Dolls" will be presented by University High Damon Runyon's characters concerning one of life's great The 20th annual banquet and memorial services for the Last Patrol Club of the Greeley American Legion was held Monday night at the Legion home in Greeley/The Last Patrol Club was formed in 1953 with 630 members and then the membership rolls were closed. Of the original membership, 173 have passed away and rules of the organization state that lhe last 12 surviving members shall break open the glass conlainer and remove lhe two bottles of liquor, drinking to the memory of comrades who have preceded them. Pictured here from the Greeley man arrested second time in week for marijuana left, Denver Wiggins, Frank Moore, first vice-president, Da^e Swift, Herb Hedlund, president, and Walt Stearns, secrqtarjg treasurer. Col. Clifford Baker, commanding the 138th ANg Tactical Squadron at Greeley, and Capt. Meny of the Isfttti gave the program for the 20th annual banquet. Herb Hediuhd was presiding officer and John Corkraii gave the invocation and benediction. Taps were by Bob Lawrence Jr. (Tribune photo by Red Edgerton) School students at 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the Bishop-Lehr Auditorium. The play is a musical presentation of Hospital Dismissals Dismissed from Weld County General Hospital on Tuesday, April 10: Varina Dunning, choices. (Tribune photo by Mike Peters) A Greeley man was arrested Tuesday for possession of marijuana for the second time in one week. Two persons were injured, Bonell Retirement Community; and a cow and a dog were killed Two persons injured, cow, dog killed in county accidents Scott Hagen, 1769 30th St.; Manuel Torres, 327 llth Ave.; John Berens, Ft. Collins; Mrs. Ronald Dicken, 2021 7lh Ave. Mrs. Paul Ehrlich, Windsor; Greg Morgan, 809 36lh Ave. Ct.; Mrs. Andy Archuleta, 1106 1st St.; Richard War, 2321 6Ih St.; Dean Wilte, Vernon. Ira Martin, Evans; AJvin Kauel, 1324 l l t h SI.; Mrs. William Sanderson and daughter, 60213lh Ave.; La Von Sharp, 2208 8lh SI.; Edward Wesenberg, 1421 12lh Ave. Mrs. Daniel Medina, 1439 7th St.; Joe Satterfield, Ft. Luptnn; Walter J. Boyd, 1319 16lh St. in traffic accidents in Weld County Tuesday, the Colorado State Patrol reported. Injured in a two-car collision at 9:02 p.m. Tuesday at the intersection of County Roads 64 and 43, 2'/ 2 miles northeast of Greeley, were Marilyn Sustayta, 20 of 1739 7lh Ave., and Clifford C. Taylor, 52, of Eaton. The Sustayta woman was a passenger in a car driven by Suzanne Aline Smith of Gill. Miss Sustayta received a bruised shoulder. Taylor, who received bruised knee, was a passenger in a car driven by Eddie Joe Taylor of Eaton. Patrolman Robert Mitchell reported the Smith auto received $250 damage and the Taylor car $600 damage in the intersection collision. A cow valued at $300 was struck and killed at 12:15 a.m. Wednesday three miles northwest of Platteville on County Road 32i/2, the Patrol reported. The driver of the car was identified as Donald Eugene Miller of Milliken. His car received $1,000 damage. At 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, three overpass of 1-25, according to Charged with possession of marijuana for sale was Thomas Mondragon, 28, of 101E. 20th St. Mondragon was freed last week on bond after being arrested with 15 other persons in a drug 34, a car driven by Lois Louise raid on a Greeley apartment Ryan, 2605 10th St., struck and house. killed a dog which was walking on the highway. The value of Ac TMr d '»g '° 'he police the dog was not determined. re P° rt ' Offlcer Bart Schlichting A too-tall trailer and a too-low and LL Donald Grubb were on overpass resulted in S 50 0 r ° utine patro1 when lhey a '~ damage to a hay grinder at 6:10 tempted to stop a lruck driven p.m. Tuesday. Patrolman Michael Sandoval reported the hay grinder was on a trailer pulled wilh a vehicle driven by Fred R. Miller of Amarillo, Texas. The hay grinder and trailer were a foot too high as Miller drove on Colo. 119 under the by Mondragon. Officer Schlichting reported the pickup truck sped off when the officers flashed their red lights in an attempt to stop the vehicle. After a short chase, Officer Schlichting said the pickup swung around a corner, and a passenger leaped from the vehicle. Lt. Grubb gave chase on foot after the passenger, and Officer Schlichting continued driving after the pickup truck. Although Lt. Grubb was unable to find the passenger, a witness showed the officer where the suspect dropped a cardboard box behind a house. The officer found a pound package of marijuana, 280 grams of marijuana seeds, and a scale in the box. Mondragon was placed under arrest, and a bulletin was issued on the passenger. Greeley police log a miles west of Greeley on U.S. Sandoval. Obituaries Bill Harrod furnished stock for the Gillette rodeo for many years and also William M. (Bill) Harrod, 819 formerly owned and operated By JIM CRAIG 35th Ave., an employe of the the Chrysler-Plymouth Agency Tribune Staff Writer Weld County Sheriff's Office in Gillette. He married Francis Some 200 Aims Community since 1969, died Tuesday Davis in Greeley in 1933. College students gathered in the evening, April 10, at Weld He was a member of the First student lounge Wednesday to County General Hospital. He Baptist Church in Gillette, and voice their disapproval of the was 60. in Greeley he attended Sher- non-renewal of contract for Born in Hamilton County, wood Park Baptist Church. He Neb., Sept. 9, 1912, he came to was a past president of the Gil- Wyoming with his parents in lette Lions Club and was active 1915, and moved to Gillette in in the Gillette Saddle Club for 1918 where he was reared and many years, educated. Surviving, in addition to his He was a cattle buyer and wife, Mrs. Francis Harrod, are Aims students protest noti-rehirifig of teacher Deaths and Funerals flDRMSON HARROD William M. Harrod of 819 35th Ave. Cl. Services and in- lerment to be handled by Noecker Funeral Home in Gillette, Wyoming. MACY ALLNUTT M O R T U A R I E S MARSHALL Mrs. Mabel Owens Marshall of the Fairacres Manor Nursing Home. Mother of Robert E. Owens of Greeley. Sister of Mrs. Alice Owens of Cheyenne, Mrs. Lorraine Owens of Keota, and Gilson Shultis of Rantoul, III. Graveside services 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Linn Grove Cemetery. If friends wish, memorial gifts may be made to the First Baptist Church Memorial Fund. MONNINGER Mrs. Eunicy Monninger of Rural Route Johnstown. Sister of Mrs. Emma Osborne of Ottawa, Kansas, Also survived by many nieces and nephews Including great nephews Russell and John Epple both of Roggen. Services 2:00 p.m. Thursday from the Drawing Room. In- lerment Johnstown Cemetery. ' NESOM Miss Mlldn.d Nesom of the Bonell Retlremenl Community. Sister of Albert Nesom of Eaton and Walter Nesom of La Salle. Also survived by several nieces and nephows. Private family services on Friday. Inlormonl Linn Grove Cemetery. a daughter, Mrs. Bob Auston of Phoenix, Ariz., two sons, Robert Harrod of Modesto, Calif., and Ralph Harrod of Gillette, and four grandchildren. Also surviving are his mother, Mrs. Bert Harrod of Gillette; and six brothers and sisters, Bernard Harrod, Mrs. Maurice (Lois) Okray and Mrs. Ray (Elda) Joslyn all of Gil- lette;.Mrs.Ed (Louise) Ratekin of Stockton, Calif., Mrs. Dale (Hattie) Hamilton of Aurora and Mrs. Art (Elva) Weigle of Greeley; several nieces and; nephews. He was preceded in death by his father-,. Ber4. Mrs. Sue Brown, psychology instructor. The meeting was called by the Aims College Student Senate in the wake of a lelter sent by the student group to the administration and governing committee protesting the con- tractural non-renewal. Mike McGraw, student body president, challenged (he decision made by the governing committee and condemned what he termed as a "closed- door decision." He said, "if we let her leave then this school West Booster Club meeting Monday The West High School Booster Club will conduct its last general meeting al 7 p.m. ,. Monday and host a school board Harrod, and an infant brother.-. : condidatp forum sponsored by Services will.be held at lOr^, Grcelcy Lcague of Women a.m., Saturday, at the .First '/Voters at 8 p m Baptist Church in, Gillette, -.The Booster Club will conduct Wyo., with Noecker Funeral ils mccting in lhe band rnom Home in charge. Adamson .and. items of business include Mortuary is hi cHargobfrlocaU.:election, of new o f r i c e r s arrangements. . ' - . '- -.J-; discussion of p | ans for -^ Friends who wish may contri- spr j ng sports dinner ,,, be ne|(] bute in his memory.to the Gil-) May , 15 and varjous j(J( , t lette Cerrietery Association reports Fund/ · ' mil not be worth attending." The decision to not renew Mrs. Brown's contract was made at a meeting of Ihn Aims College Committee against the recommendation of Dr. Ed Beaty, Aims president, to renew her contract. At that time no reasons for lhe decision were offered, and McGraw also noted that reasons shoiild be given in today's meeting. Dr. Jay Williams, Aims vice president, said in an interview that Mrs. Brown is a probationary teacher and reasons for non-renewal are not needed. Dr. Williams added that many rumors began concerning a difference of recommendation made to the committee by other administrators. He said that only one recommendation was made and that by Dr. Bealy. He pointed out that several probationary teachers have not been renewed since the college's founding. The letter sent by the Student Senate calls for the committee to reconvene immediately to reconsider the hiring of Mrs. Brown. The reasons for the action accompanying the letter state that Mrs. Brown shows an interest in education and attempts to enhance the quality of education. It also slates that students provide the best means of evaluation and that student input should be listened to. TUESDAY a.m. 7:19 Hit and run accident, 23rd Avenue and U.S. 34 bypass. No injuries. 7:33 Burglary reported at Merna's Flowers, 2131 9th St. 7:43 Abandoned aut o reported 2126 9th Ave. 72-hour check begun. 8:40 Burglary reported at Church of Christ, 919 18lh Ave. 8:52 Illegally parked car reported 2408 8th Ave. Party notified. 10:15 Doctor's bag stolen from auto, 1650 16th St. 10:59 Auto accident, 1527 8th Ave. No injuries. 11:11 Auto accident, 24th Avenue Court arid llth Street, no injuries. p.m. 12:26 Auto accident, no injuries, 1103 24th Aye. Ct. 12:49 Auto accident, 21st Avenue and 9th Street, no injuries. 12:56 Possible burglary 12th Ave'. Vehicle marked for 72-hour check. 5:02 Juvenile problem, 2535 14th Ave. Woman reports man struck her son. 5:17 Car blocking driveway, 407 llth Ave. Car was under repair and party said he would move it. 5:30 False alarm, Fishback Camera, 826 9th St. 5:34 Abandoned vehicle reported at K-Marl. 7:41 Abandoned aulo reported 142810th St. Marked for 72-hour check. 8:04 Woman reports juveniles throwing snowballs at her house. Time unknown: One man arresled for violation of drug laws, 14th Avenue and 20th Streel. Second suspect escaped on foot. 9:06 Prowler reported 1321 2nd St. Gone on arrival. 9:13 Prowler reported 1702 27th St. Gone on arrival. 9:45 Prisoner released. 10:50 Disturbance and drugs reported Greeley Missionary Baptist Church, 723 23rd Ave. rep orted 1007 1st St. No. 2. 1:11 Car Blocking driveway, 1422 8th Ave. 2:12 Auto accident, no injuries, 8th Avenue and 14th Street. 3:20 Juvenile problem reported 2814 15th Ave. Ct., where kids were throwing rocks at man's house. 4:03 Parking problem, 1814 WEDNESDAY a.m. 12:20 Man reported his auto had been stolen. II had been impounded by police. 3:18 Man wanted lo talk to officer about disturbance. Subject was laken lo molel for lhe night. Love designates five counties disaster areas Eunicy Monninger CheSS dubs here to Sponsor Mrs. Kunicy Monninger, a . _. . tourney starting on Thursday long-time resident of rural Johnstown, died early Tuesday, April 10, at the Eventide Nursing Home in Windsor. She was 88. She was born in Indiana, Oct. 27, 1884, and was lhe widow of William Monninger who operated a truck farm at Johns- The Greeley Chess Club and the UNC Chess Club are cosponsoring a five-round Swiss tournament starting Thursday evening. Each of lhe five rounds will be played on consecutive Thursday evenings: DENVER (AP) -A disaster designation for five counties where the spring blizzards struck in southeast Colorado was asked today by Gov. John Ix)ve. The counties are Las Animas, Prowers, Olcro, Baea and Benl. Love made the request of plicated when another storm hil Secretary of Agriculture Earl last weekend. It left less snow Butz. but was accompanied by lower He said livestock losses in temperatures. Center starting al 6:45 p.m. this southeast Colorado exceed $10 Thursday. Registration will million. Apparently, the gover- close al 7:30. Pairings will be nor said, al leasl half of lhe made and lhe first round will spring calf crop has died and 10 begin at 7:45. lo 20 per cent of the breeding Each entranl should bring his slock also has teen killed, own chess set. II musl be a A major blizzard began in the to 20 per cenl of the area's breeding stock, I, wilh affected- area support and approval, request disaster declaration for the following five counties: Baca, Bent, Las Animas, Olero and Prowers." The situation was com- Correction town for many years. He died in April 12, 19, 26, May 3 and 10. standard set acceptable to the area 13 days ago dropping from It's unrated, and everyone in opponent. Anyone desiring a '" to 36 inches of snow in the Weld County is invited to play, clock must furnish it. The time former dustbowl area. Hay lifts Cash prizes will be awarded control is 45 moves in the firsl wcrc uscfl b y lnc Colorado Na- Iwo hours, and 20 moves for liollal Guard and Army to feed each hour thereafter. A clock is stranded cattle, necessary to invoke the time The governor's telegram In control. Secretary Bui?.: Co-directors of the lour- "Due to long exlendod and nnment arc Gary Hapken, severe weather condllions in president of the UNC Chess southeastern Colorado, causing Club, and Les Ward, Grcoley loss of livestock in excess of $10 Chess Club. For additional, million in value including ap- information, telephone Hapken, parent destruction of al Icasl 35H559, or Ward, 352-0449, half of the 1973 calf crop and 10 1931. Mrs. Monninger was a member of the Harvest Time Tabernacle. Survivors include a sisler, Mrs. Emma Osborne of Ott awa, Kan., numerous nieces, nephews, and grandncphews, including Russell and John Epple, both of Roggon. Services will be at 2 p.m., Thursday, in the Macy Allntitt Drawing Room. Interment will he in the Johnstown Comclcry. lo the winners, with $8 guaranteed the Weld County champion, $7 for Ihe high school champion and $5 for the junior high champion. An enlry fee of $1 will be charged everyone except the junior high entrants. Additional cash prizes will be awarded as entries permit. Registration will bo held in Room 206 B at the University The FZ Chapter of P.E.O. Sisterhood will meet at 8 p.m. Monday, April 16, at Ihe home of Mrs. J. D. Dalbey,1313 32nd Ave. II erroneously appeared in Tuesday nighl's social calendar as scheduled for April 12. Stork Express Born al Weld County General Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Narnnjo, Grcelcy, a son, on Tuesday, April 10. Mr. and Mrs. Jose Torrasas, 301 N. l l t h Ave., a daughter, on Tuesday, April 10. Weather forecast § Colder weather is forecast to continue Wednesday for the Northeast. Rain is forecast for the Gulf coast and part of (jre Pacific Northwest. Sunny weather is forecast for the rest of the nation. (AP Wirephoto Map) '^ The weather I (UNC reporl as of 6 a .m.) High Tuesday 44 Low Ihis morning 31 Barometer 30.09, rising Precipitation I race Tola! for year 3.94 Highesl temperature ever recorded on an April 11 was 81 in 1931; lowesl was 8 in 1959. Sun rises Thursday at 5:27 a.m. and sets al 6:35 p.m. Forecasts Colorado-Fair lo partly cloudy across lhe slate tonight and Thursday. Warming trend, through Thursday. Lows tonight 25 to 35 with 5 lo 15 mountains. Highs Thursday upper 50s and 60s with 40s mountains. Wyoming-Fair lo partly cloudy through Thursday with slow warming trend. Lows tonight 20s and low 30s wilh 5 to 15 mountains. Highs Thursday 50s, a few low 60s and 40s mountains. Colorado Extended outlook Friday through Sunday. Occasional periods of rain or snow showers mainly moun- lains and north. Cooling trend. Highesl temperatures 55 to 65 with mostly 40s mountains. Lowesl temperatures 25 to 35 with 15 lo 25 mountains. The Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hi Low 1'rc Ollk 48 27 71 46 54 36 39 34 44 29 50 26 52 26 47 29 68 44 Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Denver DCS Moincs Detroit Duluth Fairbanks Fort Worlh Helena Honolulu 34 25 36 27 42 30 48 32 36 21 38 25 39 24 M M 59 40 M M 59 27 81 71 65 50 . , l . ! f f cks V '" e Uneau Los Angeles Louisville Marquette Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-Sl.P. New Orleans New York Okla. City Omaha Orlando Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh Pt'land, Ore. M M 56 32 80 54 37 29 30 23 53 30 82 54 36 17 43 24 59 35 56 37 52 34 42 29 70 48 57 35 87 60 37 28 73 45 M--Missing, T--Trace,' stf-- Snow, rn--Rain, clr--CTe'$r, cdy--cloudy. ;;"'-; Albany Albu'que Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charleston Charlotte 58 36 70 63 43 24 62 40 51 32 .26 cdy . cdy .. cdy .. cdy .. cdy .. clr .. clr . cdy ./ clr .62 cdy .. cdy .15 sn . cdy .. clr Akron Alamosa Canon City Cheyenne Colo. Spgs. Craig Crook Denver Fleming Fort Collins Grand Jet. La Junta Lamar Leadville Pueblo Sedgwick Trinidad 42 27 50 28 49 29 42 29 45 31 47 30 47 18 m m 42 22 45 31 60 40 52 32 53 31 , " P C -.- pc -cdy ·t'.; pc pc 35 53 41 51 CORRECTION 1 'Ketchup^ 4^V| Instead of Size and Price in Wednesday's Alf: TED CHET'S WESTVIEW FOOD STORE Westview Shopping Center ; .07-cBy ,Cclr .^Qlr '.'. *M r ,cdy · .9 lr · Ccdy ·-."cdy 24 .04'clr -.r M . .-i'clr ..-cdy .oSVpIr .;.cdy .05'^clr '.,. cdy .; .clr ,',',X£(iy " . c d y \ : 'l clr .'.Ccdy

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