Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 27, 1977 · Page 5
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 5

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, May 27, 1977
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Hospital after three traffic, accidents in Greeley Thursday. Two vehicles Gredev woman ,.,,,» to police Five persons hurt in city accidents Five persons were Injured were taken to the hospital in an collided, and tour of them were taken by accidental ll:35ajn. Thursday The Haakenson woman was to Weld County at loth Avenue and 24th Street, treated and released, while Police said Maria Rose Miller was admitted and is Haakenson, 20, Lawrenson reported in good condition. Hall, and Dale Miller, 24, 2036 In an unusual, accident in TWO vehicles were loth Ave. were taken to the Linn Grove Cemetery east of 1" Z". tolulhoriUKTM"'' demolished and their drivers hospital after their vehicles Greeley at 9:35 a.m. Thursday. p^VsaW the woman Boys' Club begins distributing anti-vandalism brochures in city in .,,,, hnsn! ,., L H a v ... '" ' ' was either getting into or out of her car in the cemetery when the transmission slipped into reverse. The car then began moving and knocked her down. Vandalism - is it worth the Purpose of the brochure Is to camping trips, field trips, risk ' . point out other ways young swimming, baseball, cookingl This is the question asked by persons can spend their time and others are offered ' the Boys' Club of Greeley In and that the Boys' Club is one brochures distributed to schools place where lime can be better know there are alternatives In In Greeley and several out-lying spent, Grafft said, areas. breaking the bone. At 3:45 p.m. Thursday, two We also wanted parents to pe rson5we re Injured when cars driven by Terrell Ann Torrez, 3116 W. 6th St., and Sheila Ann town for boys and girls, too. The "This is not a membership Boys'Club is just one example, M ,, rnhu w ,,,, » h AVP According to Keh Grafft, drive or anything like that," he and If parents and kids take th 3'atle ta e r * clion o'l executive director, the said. "Our budget cannot really lime to look around, they caj, ^J?*!JnbSto* brochure attempts to point out handle any more members, but have a real fun summer that Th e Murnhv woman was that no one likes to be "ripped if a boy wants to join, we will can extend throug h the whole , JZ d but did TMT ?eo.uire off" and that vandalism can be welcome Ijim." year," he said. ! more costly than just property Grafft said" the summer p or information damages. program at the club has ex- brochure and Boyi "We tried to show that panded info areas outside the programs, contact Grafft are vandalism involves many confines of the building. He said the club, P.O. Box 812 or 353- consequences including, of such things as overnight 5199. course, the repayment of damages when a kid is caught. However, there are other problems such as causing hassles for the family and personal headaches for the person caught," Grafft said. Fri,, May 27.1977 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE _5 The weather emergency medical care, " ie police said. A passenger in her club car, Stephen Mitchell, 8, 2113 51st Ave., was treated at the hospital and released. Damage to the Torrez car was estimated at $500, and the Murphy car received $650 damage. Honored for service Charlotte Beeten of Johnstown receives a plaque and certificate from L. Kent Reitz, president of the Board of Trustees of Weld County General Hospital, for her service on the board of trustees. Mrs. Beeten was appointed to fill the unexpired term of the late Harry Myers of Johnstown in 1975. Mrs. Beeten was replaced on the board earlier this year by Patricia Thomas of Johnstown. (Tribune photo by Fred MendenhaU) Deaths and Funeral? Washington man named director of department Probation revoked; judge hands of public safety at UNC down state reformatory sentence Ronal L. Arbogast, 44, Cleveland State (Ohio) Jud 8 e Hu S h H. Arnold sen- Zimmerman explained the currently the associate director University department of tenced an Arvada man, Larry provisions of the probation charge, he said. In addition to violating the UNC report sA of 6 a.m. High Thursday 73(23c) Low this morning 42(6c) Barometer 29.74. steady (1007mb) Precipitation .11 Year's total 4.54111.53cm) The highest temperature ever recorded here on a May 28 was 96(3Gc) in 1934; lowest was was SKminus Ic) in 1947. The sun will rise Saturday at 5:34 a.m. and set at 8:18 p.m. River conditions as of 8 a.m. Flow 118cfs Gauge height 2.32 Colorado -- Clear to partly cloudy through Saturday with widely scattered afternoon and evening showers and thun- - derstorms mountains and · isolated elsewhere. No large change in temperature. Highs today and Saturday 70s and a few low 80s east with 60s and low 70s mountains. Lows tonight in the 40s with 35 to 45 mountains. Extended outlook (Sunday through Tuesday) Colorado -- Mostly mild and dry with isolated afternoon and j uncau evening showers. Lowest Kan .j cilv temperatures 35 to 45 west, 45 to Las v ' 55 east with 25 to 35 mountains. Highest temperatures 75 to 85 with 65 to 75 mountains. Wyoming -- Rain and snow likely west today and tonight with a chance of showers or thunderstorms east. Chance for locally heavy snow over western mountains this af- The Weather Elsewhere By The Associated Press Friday 111 LO PHC Ollk Albany Albu'que Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charlstn SC Charlstn WV Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Dal Ft. Win Denver DCS Moines Detroit Duluth Fairbanks Helena Honolulu Houston Ind'apolis Jacks'ville RQRMSON ·PUDER Glenn H. Puder of 2430 9th . Street, Greeley. Husband of Mrs. Eugenia Puder; Father of Mrs. Lorraine Shultz of Riverton, Wyoming, William R. Puder of Casper, _Wyom- Ing, Mrs. Robert (Mary) . Bailey of Ardmore, Oklahoma; grandfather of ten and great-grandfather of ten; brother of Mrs. Olive 'Hull of Keokuk, Iowa and Mrs. Nlna-Houck of Lyons, Colorado. Private services will 'be held. at 10:00 a.m. Saturday from Adamson Memorial Chapel: Interment at Linn Grove Cemetery. . MACY ALLNUTT M O R T U A R I E S VALADEZ . . Mariano .Valadez of 111 Ulh Avenue. Father of Antonio Valadez, .- Mrs. Frances Lucero, Mrs. Marianna Gallegos, Ralph .Valadez, and Mrs: Margarita Garcia all ol Greeley, Donald Valadez of Astc a, Oregon, Mrs. Ramona Lucero of. Ault, Mrs. Marie Frances Garza of Milliken and- Mrs. Er- mlnla Casarez .of . Gill. Brother of Mrs. Romana Valadez of . Modesto, · California, Fortino Rocha of California/ and Antonio : and Crespih Rocha both of Gree. ley. Arrangements later. of the department of public public safety as associate Dean Corwin, 27,'to the state Included that Corwin receive conditions of his probation that terno(m an( ] i o n ight. Snow safety at Georgetown director and chief of police reformatory for an in- treatment for alcoholism. He he participate in drug and University In Washington, D.C., from 1970 to 1975. determinate term not to exceed said he had problems with the alcoholic treatment programs, has been named director of He has a BS degree in law four years In District Court defendant because, while public safety at the University enforcement and criminology Wednesday. Corwin made attempts to of Northern Colorado. . with a dual major in govern- Judge Arnold imposed the -participate in Arbogast wDl assume the post ment and politics from the sentence after revoking the one- program, University of Maryland. year probation the defendant He was graduated in the top was granted last Nov. 29 after Aug. 1, according to Dr. Gerald Tanner, UNC dean of students and chairman of the screening 10 per cent of his class In 1976. he pleaded guilty to after Corwin was put on the one 'committee. Salary will be . Arbogast replaces Jim misdemeanor charges of year probation last November $20,000 a year. Arbogast has been on the GU Zimmerman said, Corwin had not to his knowledge paid the treatment $50 a month he was ordered to 'he didn't work at pay on a $300 Fine that was assessed against the defendant at the time he was granted the one-year probation. Little Rock- Los Angeles Louisville Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St. P. New Orleans New York Okla. City Omaha Orlando changing to scattered rain showers west Saturday with continuing chance of showers philad'phia east. Cool with highs today and phoenix Saturday in mid 50s to upper Pittsburgh COs. Lows tonight in mid 20s to upper 30s.. Zimmerman continued that, NEW YORK (UPI) - The Zimmerman concluded he highest temperature reported Wanek, who resigned last year possession of marijuana and and transferred to the courtesy didn.'t feel that there was any Thursday to the National supervision of the Denver chance of Corwin succeeding In to become police chief in resisting arrest, staff since 1975 and was with the Breckenridge. P'tland, Me. P'tland, Ore. Rapid City Richmond St. Louis Akron Pierce man escapes injury in spectacular accident A Pierce truck driver a guard rail and rolled down a escaped with only minor in- steep embankment, juries in a spectacular accident The truck sustained $20,000 on the U.S. 85 by-pass south of damage. Greeley Thursday evening. In a second accident .Thur- The truck driver, Ralph sday, a 1976 truck driven by Blatter, was treated, at Weld Jimmy B r y a n t ' of Eaton County General Hospital for a .received $300 damage and a broken arm and numerous 1957 pickup truck driven by minor cuts. . Karl Love of rural Greeley Officers said the 1974 semi- . sustained $200 damage when trailer truck Blatter was the vehicles collided on Colo, driving left the highway, struck 263 a mile east of Greeley. Weather Service, excludin a Corwin admitted he had probation department, he an alcoholic rehabilitation "Alaska and Hawaii, was 96 Alamosa violated his probation. discovered that the defendant program unless the defendant degrees at Persido, Tex. :TM° n Clty adult had been in the Fort Lyons was confined in an Institution Today's low was 27 degrees at ,, , ejr TM n f Administration 'such as the reformatory. Holton,Maine. Veterans Pat Zimmerman, probation officer of the probation department, testified Hospital, that he had been working with Zimmerman said Corwin had the defendant since 1972 .when problems at the hospilai, took Corwin, then residing in another patienl's car and wenl Greeley, was pul on probation for five years after pleading guilty to the theftpf hand guns from Sargent's Sport Shop Jan. 20, 1972. to Kansas," where he was arrested and convicted of driving under the Influence of intoxicating liquor March 28. Corwin was fined $100 on the Gree ley police log THURSDAY a.m. · 7:31 Stolen bicycle. Inn parking lot; gone on arrival of officers. 2:13Woman requested officer Colo. Springs Denver Durango Estes Park Ft. Collins Granby Grand Jet. 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If your net earnings are $3,000 or less for 1977, no social security benefits will be withheld; $1 in benefits will be withheld for each $2 earned over $3,000. But no matter how much you earn for the year,-you can get your full social security Q. I.have a chance to buy a benefit for any month you don't small resort that will operate do substantial work in your ^rom May through September, business. For details, ask any | I'm 67 and have been getting social security office for the .social security two years. How leaflet "If you work after you would earnings from the retire." 9:41 Accident at 10th Avenue her and were crying. and 13th Street. 2:20 Man reported persons 10:10 Accident at 7th Avenue prowling around his car. Hi-- Previous day's high. and llth Street. . 2:30 Armed robbery reported Lo-- This morning's low. ·11:00 Shoplifters reported at 'at 2010 6th Ave.; four men held Prc-- Precipitation for 24 . King Soopers in the Hillside two others at gunpoint, and took hours ending 8 a m EOT to- Four men brandishing pistols sacked .the apartment, ap- Mall and In Franke's Depart- items from house. day. ment Store in the Greeley Mall. 5:14 Burglary reported at Otlk- Sky conditions outlook 11:02 Woman reported some Griffls Burger Bar, 805 16th St. for today. persons have had a water sprinkler running in their yard since Sunday. 1 11:12 Accident at llth Avenue and 20th Street. 11:20 Virginia Lindeman reported four hubcaps were stolen from her car while it was in the Greeley Mall parking lot. 11:39 Accident at 10th Avenue and 24th Street. 11:40 County Court warrant issued to man. tied, blindfolded and robbed parently looking for cash, two Aims College students in The robbers left the apart- their home early Friday, taking ment, taking with them an $400 worth of items from their electric guitar and several house, according to Greeley pieces of stereo equipment. Police. ! Police reports stated the The victims, William San- victims requested no in- chez, 25, and Virgil Vedda, 20, vcstigation of the case be , both of 2010 6th Ave., were at conducted for fear of reprisal home shortly after midnight by the suspects, when the four men entered the house. ' ; They tied one victim's hands with stereo speaker cord, and the other victim .was handcuffed. Both were then blindfolded, and the robbers ran- Firemen respond to several calls Greeley firemen answered At 8:13 a.m. Friday, Dan man was out of the truck, ana several alarms Thursday and-'Espinosa, 44, 3011 19th St., the Western .Hills Fire Born at Weld County General Friday, to aid sick and injured suffered a possible heart altack Department was on the scene, Hospital lo: persons, to wash gasoline from at his home, according to fire so no action was required by the Mr. and Mrs. Duane Roder, the street and to check a report department reports. Firemen firemen. The accident occurred 2405 13th Ave., a daughter, on I A M ESI : Cold Worm Jt.; Stations,, Oc,l u d,d ^f NMIONAl W E A I I I I B I S K V I C F NOAfl. U S Dfpl O l C o r n e r , l r of smoke in a building. . gave oxygen to the man until' in the Western Hills jurisdic- Thursday, May 26. A .57-year-old man at the the ambulance arrived to take lion. Mr. and Mrs. Micel Murill, Alcohol Recovery Center at him to the hospital. Island Grove Park apparently suffered a seizure and had difficulty with his breathing at 11:07 a.m. Thursday. ,,,, ,, ,,., _... Firemen administered rolled at U.S. 34 by-pass and the firemen were called to wash Bom (o Mr and Mrs c oxygen to the man and he was U.S. 85 by-pass at 5:14 p.m. away q, e g aso ij ne Forrest Tupper of Great Bend, taken to Weld County General Thursday. At -- An accidental 11:42 a.m. Evans, a son, on Thursday, : Thursday at 10th Avenue and May 26 Firemen were callled to free Mth s j reet resulted in a large Mf and Mrs Danie , MoraleS| amanlrappedinasemHrailer amount of gasoline being Evans a daughter, on Thur- iruck when H crashed and jlled on tne streeti and sday May a, __11 n ,1 nt TT C *iA Kir i-,icc nnrl (ho _ .. .'. . . * " · ' Hospital. When firemen arrived, the Obituary ir:»!l I\ T«.«».. technician with the Bureau of Virgil D. Tormey Land Management. Virgil Dode Tormey, 59,1021 Survivors include his wife, S. Miller Way, Lakewood, died Wilma; two daughters,-Mrs. Wednesday, May 25, at (he Vicki Mills of Eureka, Calif., American Cancer Research and Mrs. Sharon Williams of Center at Lakewood after an Long Beach, Calif.; a son, illness of two and a half years. Michael Tormey of Greeley; He was born July 24,1917, at two brothers, Charles of Ault where he attended public Hawthorne, Calif., and Don of schools. Later, he attended an Fairfield, Calif.; Iwo sisters, engineering and drafting school Mrs. Virginia Robinson of at Denver. Monlebello, Calif., and Mrs. p.m. 1:54 Accident at 1204 29th St. Jld. 2:00 Mrs. Roger Gale, 1323 15th Ave., reported vandals caused $10 damage to storage shed. 3:00 Four court warrants issued. 3:25 Accident in Highland Hills Golf Course parking lot. 3:21 Drunk man reported in the 500 block of 14th Avenue. 3:43 Burglary reported al 2160 31st St. 3:56 Accident at 23rd Avenue and 20th Streel. 5:55 p.m. Thursday, Kan., a son, on Thursday, May 4:19 Man reported he lost his firemen wenl to the home of 26. He has been named Grant wallet somewhere on llth Lena Schmidt, 233027th St. Rd., Le on . Grandparents are Mr. Avenue lo investigate .the report of an d Mrs. Homer Showers of 4:48 L 01 " 1 music complaint, smoke in the. apartment. Greeley and Mrs. Ola Tupper of . The source.of the smoke was weskan, Kan. an instruction booklet in the Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry oven of the kitchen stove. . Lambrecht, 1414 33rd Ave., a The owner told officers she son ,- O n Monday, May 23, at lightning storm in area, did not turn on the oven, and weld County General Hospital. 7:11 Theft of bicycle reported, couldn't understand why II was He has been named Todd 7:15 Man arrested on court hot. Firemen disconnected the Michael. Grandparents are Mr war TM M The week of May 22-28 was as America is true to its ovenfromthepowersourceand and Mrs . John Barton of ^m^l^r^ declared Small Business Week heritage, the small business advised the woman lo contacl a Sl erling and Mr. and Mrs. Cam y CourtwaTM£ by Greeley Mayor George Hall, owner will continue as an im- repairman. Ge orgc U,mbrecht of Slerling. J^ * at W. Avenue - J *y g 6:12 Watering complaint received. 7:10 Five business buiglar alarms set off by heavy WEATHER FORECAST--Cool weather is forecast Friday for the western two-thirds of the country while warm weather is expected in the East. Showers are forecast for the northern Rockies and adjacent plains and for the Ohio Valley. (AP Wirephoto Map) proclaimed in Greeley -Hospital Dismissals Dismissed from Weld County and 28th Street Road. 8:39 Loud noise complaint Tumer of ^ neral B " siness and economy." received Services are local coordinators Kersey; David Clark, 6715 28th 9 ., s Dnmk man reported in of the special week. On April 11,1936, he married Mabel Wykert of Severance, General Hospital on Thursday, St.; Baby girl Dill, 335819th St. , he M00 block of eth Avenue Wilma M. Hankins at Fort and eight grandchildren. Collins. Memorial services will be at They resided in Severance 10 a.m. Saturday, at Howard's from 1945 to 1960 when they Berkeley Park Chapel, 4345 W. came to Greeley and he worked 46th Ave., Denver. Cremation with the Earl Frarier Con- will follow, struction Co. Contributions may be made In 1966 they moved to to the American Cancer Lakewood and he was em- Research Center, 6401 W. ployed as a cartographic Colfax, Lakewood 80215. May 26: Yvonne Hunt, toil 4th St.; Wayne Salyards, Holyoke; Mary Dillard, Galeton; Robert Kuhn, 808 llth Ave.; Mrs. Gerald Betz, 4212 Grand Teton Road. Ronald McKenzie, 2436 13th St.; Mrs. ' Alda Wulfe, Loveland; Jake Bretliauer, ^ r ' 11:13 Two loud party corn- Mrs. Jack Schneider, Eaton; ]ain(s received . Pam Bigler, Fort Morgan; Mrs. Jerry Lambrecht and son, 1414 33rd Ave.; Mrs. Harold Mayer FRIDAY and son, Eaton. Dismissed from Memorial Hospital on Thursday, May 26: a.m. 12:23 Family disturbance. 12:38 Loud party complaint. Melvin Churchill, Brush; 2:11 Report of persons ladder of opportunity lo hard Donald Bright, 1125 10th Si. prowling cars jn the Holiday working Americans and as long In signing the proclamation, Hall said, "America's small businesses make up 95 per cent of all commercial enterprises and provide 35 million jobs -each year, small businesses contribute $500 billion to the gross national product (GNP). "Small businesses provide a «

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