Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 16, 1973 · Page 6
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Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, April 16, 1973
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6 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Mon., April 1*. 1173 Obituaries AIJ.Galrand Funeral services will be held Tuesday in Las Vegas, Nev., for Al J. Galland, with the Palm Mortuary in charge of arrangements. Galland, a native and longtime resident of Greeley, and for many years associated with Galland Chevrolet, died in Las Vegas Saturday, April 14. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Virginia Galland; one sister, Mrs. 0. V. Salser of Greeley, and four brothers, W. J. (Bill) Galland, also of Greeley; Charles Galland of Corpus Christi, Tex.; Harold Galland of Port Bolivar, Tex., and Arthur Gailand of Cheyenne, Wyo. daughter, Miss Helen Smith of Greeley. Frank Kratzer Graveside services for Frank Kratzer Sr., 902 5th St., will be held at 1 p.m., Tuesday, at Crown Hill Cemetery in Denver. Kralzer, a resident of Greeley for 30 years, and former owner and operator of the Peacock Cleaners, died Thursday, April 12, at Weld County General Hospital. He was 89. Survivors:.include a son, Frank Kratzer Jr. of Greeley; a daughter, Mrs. Helen Rudolf of Denver; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Jack E. Smith Funeral services for Jack E. Smith, 1027 7lh St., will be at 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, in the Adamson Memorial Chapel. Interment will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Smith, a veteran of the Korean War, died at his home early Saturday, April 14, from a gunshot wound. He was 40. Born in Greeley, June 22, 1932, he lived most of his life in this area, and worked as a bricklayer. He married Leila M. Hovey in Greeley, Dec. 22, 1957. He was a member of the Bricklayers Union, Local No. 10 of Loveland. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Leila M. Smith: a son, PO l.C. James Charles Smith, United Stales Coast Guard, Bodega Bay, Calif., and a Deaths and Funerals RDflMSON ARCHULETA Margarito E. Archuleta of 101 14th Ave., Greeley. Father of Mrs. Ernestine Garza, Margarito Archuleta jr., Bonnie Archuleta, all of Greeley, Mrs. Bertha Argello, Miss Vickie Archuleta, Andy Archuleta, Susie Archuleta, Sandy Archuleta, all of Pierce; brother of Bonnie Archuleta of Commerce City, Celestino Archuleta of Denver, George Archuleta, Jose Archuleta, Jim Archuleta, Rudy Archuleta, all of Pueblo, Bobby Archuleta, Frank Archulela, Mrs. Gloria Ortega, Miss Susie Archuleta, Miss Mary Archuleta, Miss Beatrice Archuleta', Miss Evelyn Archuleta, all of Colorado Springs. Also survived by 9 grandchildren. Recitation of Rosary 8:00 p.m. Monday, Adamson Memorial Chapel. Mass of The Resurrection 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, St. Peter's Catholic Church. Interment Linn Grove Cemetery. AYALA Bonifacio Ayala of Bonell Retirement, Community. Arrangements later. SALAZAR Fred T. Salazar of 723 36th Ave., Greeley. Husband of Mrs. Beatrice Salazar; father o f . Mrs. Ernest (Cecelia) Duran, Fred C. Salazar, Miss Lorelta Salazar, all of Greeley; brother of Mrs. Stella Cordova, Mrs. Beatrice Gnrcia, Mrs. Margie Trujillo, Antonio Talmadge, all of Denver. Also survived by seven grandchildren. Recitation of Rosary 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church. Mass of The Resurrection 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church. Interment Sunset Memorial Gardens. SMITH Jack E. Smith of 1027 7th St., Greeley. Husband of Mrs. Leila M. Smith; father of P.O. 1st Class James Charles Srnilh, U.S. Coast Guard, Bodega Bay, Calif., Helen Smith of Greeley; brother of Mrs. Janet Allmer of Greeley, Mrs. Joan Meads . of Ault, Mrs. Helen Richardson of Santa Rosa, Calif., Mrs. Dora Raggan of Long Beach, Calif.; son of Mrs. Stella Smith of Greeley. Services 1:30 p.m. Tuesday,Adamson Memorial Chapel. Interment Sunset Memorial Gardens. WEBER Marion Weber of 1421 7th St., Greeley. Father of Miss Lorraine Weber, Mrs. Van (Betly) Chaudler, Robert M. Weber, Mrs. Bruce (Jean) Ruth, all of Greeley, Mrs. Ray (Patty Jo) Onorato of Milliken, Mrs. Wayne (Dorothy) Lutz of Boulder, Mrs. Rosella Mead of Ft. Collins, Joseph Weber of Uklah, Calif. Also survived by 10 grandchildren. Recitation of Rosary was 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Adamson Memorial Chapel. Mass of The Resurrection was held 10:00 a.m. Monday, St. Mary's Catholic Church. Interment Sunset Memorial Gordons. M. Archuleta Recitation of the Rosary for Margarilo E. Archuleta, 101 14th Ave., will be at 8 p.m., Monday, in the Adamson Memorial Chapel, Mass will be sung at St. Peter's Catholic Church at 10 a.m., Tuesday. Interment will be in Linn Grove Cemetery. Archuleta died Monday, April 9, near La Salle. He was born in Guadalupita, N. M., April 19, 1919, and worked as a farm laborer, coming to Brighton in 1944, and to Greeley in 1958. He was married in Brighton in 1944, lo Aurora Ortega. Survivors include eight sons and daughters, Mrs. Ernestine Garza, Bonnie Archuleta and Margarito Archuleta Jr., all of Greeley, and Mrs. Bertha Argello, Vicki, Andy, Susie and Sandy Archuleta, all of Pierce; and four grandchildren. Also surviving are 13 brothers and sisters, Bonnie Archuleta of Commerce City; Celestino Archuleta of Denver, George, Jose, Jim and Rudy Archulela, all of Pueblo; and Bobby and Frank Archuleta, Mrs. Gloria Ortega, and the Misses Susie, Mary, Beatrice and Evelyn Archuleta, all of Colorado Springs. Newell Kephart Funeral services for Dr. Newell Kephart, 1625 Country Club Road, Fort (jollins, were held Monday afternoon at the First Presbyterian Church in Fort Collins. Interment was in Loveland Burial Park. Dr. Kephart, a part-time member of the special education faculty at the University of Northern Colorado, and founder and director of the Glen Haven Achievement Center in Fort Collins, died Thursday. The Glen Haven Center is a practicum facility of UNC. Memorial contributions may be made to the Glen Haven Achievement Center in care of the Warren Funeral Chapel in Fort Collins. Kindergarten roundup set at la Salle School The La Salle Elementary School will host a kindergarten roundup at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Kindergarten Room for all children in the attendance area who will be five years old by Sept. 1. Parents are asked to bring a birth certificate, immunization records and a record of all childhood illnesses the child has had. Children are not required lo attend. Refreshments will be served. Hospital Dismissals Dismissed from Weld County General Hospital on Saturday, April 14: Mrs. James Coon, Johnstown; Lynnelle Rohn, 1109 23rd Ave.; Mark Rohn, 1109 23rd Ave.; Kenny Shaw, 1108 30th Ave. Ct.; Jeremy Wilka, 4103 Yosemite Dr. Mrs. Alfred Dunn, Hudson; Mrs. Edward Kern, 2224 10th Ave.; Roosevelt Lynch, Wiggins; Van Thomas, Wiggins; Mrs. Charles Meisner, Ft. Morgan. Mrs. Frank Miller, Nunn; Gregory Penfold, Ft. Lupton; Edward Bertholf, La Salle; Mrs. Rebecca Pepin, 1947 18th Ave.; Mrs. James McLaughlin and daughter; 1823 5th St., No. 16. · Mrs. Steven Mellin and son, 3314 W. 7th St., No. 13; Mrs. Douglas Frederick, Evans; Mrs. Otha Mass and son, 1417 14th Ave.; baby boy Esquivel, 129 14th Ave.; Mrs. Stephen Dooley and daughter, 1828 5th St. Mrs. Daniel Rogers, 327 llth Ave; Mrs. Steven Aronow, Evans; Pamela Buckendorf, 1214 8lh St.; Robert Orosz, 1521 10th Ave.; Rebecca Troudt, 917 3rd Ave. Dismissed from Weld County General Hospital on Sunday, April 15: David Colohan, Evans; Greg Hubbs, Keenesburg; Amber McNeilly, 200 N. 35th Ave.; No. 48; Sue Carter, Milliken; Henry Walker, Johnstown. John Mestos, .Severance; Mrs. Van Mclntosh, 2623 W. 6th St.; Mrs. Christian Magnussen, La Salle; Joseph Stoller, Denver; Muhammad Khawaja, 1611% 12th Ave. Clifford Dilka, Kersey; Arlie Saxton, Eaton; Mrs. Charles Downer, Rt. 5; Mrs. Richard Newschwanger, Brush; Bruce Sandau, La Salle. Mrs. Henry Sandusky, 1819 23rd Ave. Ct.; Mrs. Martha Foos, 3106 W. 5lh St.; Mrs. Bert Welch and son, 4720 Yosemite Dr.; Mrs. Juan Trujillo and daughter, 2nd St. and 14th Ave.; Mrs. James McDaniel, Ft. Morgan. Mrs. Olive Huff, 1221 7th St.; Mrs. Byron Barensen, .Rt. 3; baby boy, Frederick, Evans. Norbert Tiemann nominated for highway director Former Nebraska Governor Norbert Tiemann has been nominated by President Nixon to be federal highway director. Tiemann is a brother of A. E. (Tony) Tiemann, of 703 37th Ave. The former governor expressed "delight" at the nomination. The position, he said, will be a good opportunity for him to get back lo building highways, which he said was a major concern of his administration during his term from 1967-1971. The post will remove Tiemann from elective politics in 1974. The Associated Press quoted him as saying that, in fact, his involvement in election politics would be over in the near future. The AP story also said Tiemann declined at this point to express an opinion on the issues of whether interstate highway construction funds can or should be impounded by the administration. He expressed the belief that any comment at this time would be improper because of litigation involving the issue. The weather WELD KICKOFF - Pete Smythe, Colorado Cancer Crusade chairman, spoke to nearly 60 Weld County Cancer Drive volun- teers at a Friday banquet. Seated at left is Dr. Donald Summerson, local chairman. (Tribune photo by Jim Craig) 1973 Weld County Cancer Crusade officially begun . By JIM CRAIG Tribune Staff Writer With a word of faith from Pete Smythe, Colorado Cancer Drive chairman, the 1973 Weld County Cancer Crusade officially began Friday. Smythe, former Denver radio personality and current Arapahoe County commissioner, spoke to nearly 60 Weld County drive workers and told them that they are the interesting people in the world. "Most people are not interesting since they never do anything," Smythe Said. "But people who do things like this are interesting since they are working for other people." Smythe added that people only need faith lo accomplish a goal and nothing provides a greater incentive than knowing that the work dope will provide benefits to others less fortunate. He said that it all adds up to doing the Lord's work and that is done every lime a life is saved from cancer or a new treatment is discovered to prevent people from continuing lo suffer. Smythe also narrated a film that explained the percentage breakdown of the $806,000 Colorado drive goal. The breakdown includes 49 per cent for cancer research; 1.3 per cent for local research: 5.7 per cent for professional education; 19.1 per cent for public education; 8.9 per cent for service to patienls; 16.3 per cent for community service; 7.8 per cent for fund raising costs, and 6.9 per cenl for management and development programs. Srnythe pointed out that the cost for operations of the national organization is the lowest of any similar group serving the country. Dr. Donald Summerson, local chairman, told the group that many projects are being set up and that the pap test clinics recently conducted by the society provided services to over 250 women. He added that unlike .recent years, the age of the women were in the mid-40s as compared to the mid-20s last year. Jim Smith, special events chairman, noted several events that have been set. The events include a blowing tournament in progress, a jogging event scheduled for April 28, a dance at Heath Junior High May 19, golf and tennis tournaments during the summer months and special movie showings during the drive. Greeley police log Five traffic accidents in Weld County Five Weld County -auto ac- cidenls were reporled over Ihe weekend by the Colorado Slate Patrol. Saturday night, in Ihe 2500 block of C Street, a car driven by Johnny Ornelas of Greeley hit a mailbox, continued into a gas line, spun into a fence and hit a parked car. Ornelas' car received $600 damage while the parked car, owned by Shala Bidding, also received $600 damage, the patrol reported. The fence received $25 damage and $200 damage was done to the gas line owned by Ihe Greeley Gas Company. In anolhcr one-car accident Saturday, a car driven by John Mcininger of Lafayetle, rolled off northbound Interstate 25 six miles north of Krie. His 1964 auto received $20 damage, Ihe patrol reporled. A 19C8 auto was loliilly demolished Saturday when it ran off Colo. 63 three miles east of Greeley and rolled end over end. The driver of that vehicle is presently unknown, the patrol said. In a two-car collision Sunday, a vehicle driven by Mary Rodriguez of Greeley hit a parked car owned by Ernest Meyer of Greeley, at an intersection six miles northeast of Greeley on a Weld County road, according lo (he Palrol. The Rodriquez car received $400 damage while the Meyer car received $200 damage. A 1965 auto driven by Dean Hegcmcister of Greeley received $300 damage Sunday when it slowed to make a left turn and was hit from the rear by a 1970 car driven by Marlin Cone of Arvnda, the Patrol reported. The accident, which occurred one mile southwest of Gill, caused $300 damage to the Cone auto. SATURDAY a.m. 7:15 Burglary reported Andy's Cafe, 520 N. 9th Ave. 8:35 Property discovered at 23rd Avenue and 13th Street. Thought to have something to do with earlier burglary. Unfounded. 10:05 Motorcycles reported disturbing neighbors. Officer corrected situation. 10:10 Auto impounded. p.m. 12:45 Solicitors reported in trailer park, 101 21st Ave. Subject taken to police station for questioning. 1:11 Two juveniles arrested for shoplifting; Reader Hallmark in Greeley Mall. 1:23 Hit-and-run accident reported 2329 10th St. 1:42 Auto accident, 6th Avenue and 18th Street. No injuries. 2:40 Loud party reported 2300 block of llth Avenue. · 3:08 Car reported parked in middle of street at 18th Avenue and 25th Slreet. Gone on arrival. 3:33 Juvenile arrested for shoplifting, Budget Records, 1235 8th Ave. 3:36 Minibikes reported on State Employment office ransacked Burglars pried off a door knob and did $387 damage to the office of the Colorado State Division of Employment, 2004 8th St., sometime over the weekend Greeley police reported Monday. After the subjects pried off the door knob, (hey ransacked the office, police said, pulling open drawers and pushing equipment onto the floor. Police say they were able to lift one fingerprint at the scene. Fire report The Greeley Fire Department responded to one emergency call over the weekend, giving emergency aid to a man who had passed out, al 1213 lOlh St. Tony Martinez, 19, reportedly passed out five limes Sunday. The last time, his girl friend called the fire department which responded with oxygen and revived him. Martinez, who received head injuries In a motorcycle accident last month, was taken to Weld County General Hospital by ambulance. street at 6th Avenue and 7th Street. Parties contacted and advised. 3:42 Woman wanted to file complaint against juveniles who were using foul language toward her. Parties advised. 3:45 Man arrested on grand theft charge. 4:25 Prisoner released. 4:58 Neighborhood disturbance, 429 6th St. Woman reports man trying to hit her brother. 5:07 Motorcycles causing disturbance. Parties advised. 5:17 Man reports finding two boxes, one containing bank deposit slips. The boxes had been taken in a burglary. 5:36 False alarm, Ann's Ceramics. 6:42 Three suspicious men reporled at Medical Building, 2026 16th St. Unable to locate. 6:57 Disturbance Villa West, lot 55. Parties advised. 7:59 Hit-and-run accident reported. 8:17 Drunk driver reported southbound on U.S. 85 by-pass. Unable to locate. 8:30 Drunk reported causing disturbance, Fontas Pizza. Gone on arrival. 9:10 Auto accident, 10th Street and 26th Avenue. 9:40 Hit-and-run accident. Albertsons. 9:40 Auto accident, 2534 C St. One car overturned. 11:24 Overdose reported 1503 9th Ave. Upon arrival, officers found it to be a family disturbance. Party was ordered to leave area. 11:59 Suspicious activity reported 1800 block of 26th Avenue Ct. Two cars seemed to he signalling each other with their lights. No one in area when officers arrived. SUNDAY a.m. 12:06 Prowler reported 1922 8th Ave. Subject gone on arrival. 12:17 Loud party reported 1231 29th St. Rd. 1:30 Loud party reported 1519 8lh St. No party at this location. 1:451-oud parly reported 2304 9lh St., number 8. 2:37 Family disturbance, 2280 1st Ave., number 57. 3:20 Burglary reporled 1227 12lh Ave. 5:01 Man arrested on warrant from Weld County Sheriff's Office. 9:29 Accident, U.S. 85 by-pass and 8th Slreet. Large Iruck in ditch, p.m. 12:49 Burglary, Colorado State Employment Office, 2004 8th St. 12:40 Two juveniles released. 1:05 False alarm, Consumer Oil Co. 2:10 Two juveniles reported throwing rocks at fire plug, area of 30th Avenue and lllh Slreet. Gone on arrival. 2:12 Alarm, Consumer Oil Co. 2:59 False alarm, 1903 18th Ave. 3:05 Stolen autp reported. 3:19 Burglary reported, 101 21st Ave. , 5:25 Motorcycles reported racing between 28lh and 30th Ave'nues on llth Slreet Road. Parties advised. 6:18 Woman reports boyfriend passed out for fifth lime in one day. Ambulance cailcd. 6:24 Parties reported target shooting at City Reservoir. Parties conlacled and advised. 7:41 Family disturbance. 1402 2nd St. 8:30 Vandalism reported 2531 12lh Ave. Ct. Window shot out by BB gun. 8:50 Woman reports finding lost child. Welfare department picked up child. 10:11 Auto accident, 14th Avenue and 9th Slreet. 11:30 Woman reports someone came on porch and didn't ring bell or go away. No one in area when officers arrived. (UNC report os of C a.m.) High Sunday 38 ·Low (hit morning 27 Barometer 29.95, steady Precipitation .25 Total for year - 4.18 . Highest temperature ever recorded here on an April 16 was 83 in 1946; Lowest was 19in 1944. Sun will rise Tuesday at 5:20 a.m. and will set at 6:40 p.m. Forecasts Colorado -- Partly cloudy with a warming trend through Tuesday. Scattered snows mountains Tuesday. Lows tonight 25 to 35 with 15 lo 25 mountains. Highs Tuesday in the 60s with 40s mountains. Wyoming -- Variable cloudiness tonight and Tuesday with scattered'snows mainly mountains. Warmer tonight. Highs Tuesday 50s and upper 40s with 30s and low 40s mountains. Lows tonight 25 lo 35 with 10 to 20 mountains. Extended outlook Wednesday through Friday Colorado--Scattered snow mountains. Occasional periods of showers at lower elevations mainly over north portion. Cooling trend toward the end of Ihe week. Highs in Ihe 60s with 40s.mountains. Lows 25 to 35 with 5 to 15 mountains. Juveniles arrested for marijuana, burglary On information received from two juveniles arrested for possession of "marijuana, Greeley police said two arrests have been made for a burglary of Greeley Central High School Feb. 28. The two juveniles were seen acting suspiciously in the 900 block of llth Avenue Saturday night and were picked up after one was seen leaving a marijuana pipe for the other behind a trash can at that location. When Ihe two were searched, police found suspected marijuana seeds and a roach clip (cigarette holder) in their possession. , The two.were taken to the police station' and questioned, where one of the two juveniles implicated another juvenile, who was arrested Sunday, police said. 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City 64' 43 .60 'clr Omaha 60 32 1.38 cdy Orlando .80 61 cdy Akron Alamosa Canon City Cheyenne Colo Spgs Craig Crook Denver Fleming Ft Collins Grd Jet La Junta Lamar Leadville Pueblo Sedgwick Trinidad *)0 24 T clr 45 17 .01 'pc 52 30 T .pc 39 20 .08 ' 47 25 T '43 23 43 25 T 46 28 .13 32 22 T 43 22 .20 54 35 .10 clr 66 29 T clr 63 29 .clr 30 -7 .33 clr 50 27 .02 clr 38 25 T :clr 45 25 TJclr pc fog clr hz P c Stork Express ; Born at Weld County General Hospital to: .Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gallegos, 101 E. 20th St., No. 69, a son, on Sunday, April 15. Real Estate Today BY ERNIE SCOTT Realtor IS YOUR DEED REALLY VALID? Probably the deed to your property is 'filed away, all but forgotten. Probably you've never checked it since the day it served to pass title from the previous owner to you. Perhaps you didn't even check it then. There may have been no urgent reason to. Nevertheless, an apparently secure deed can turn out to be worthless, piece of paper. For instance: suppose the deed states the name of the seller hut doesn't contain his signature? Suppose the seller was under 21? Suppose the seller died before you received the deed? Suppose there's an error in the way the deed describes the property? Any. of these defects-- as well as many others- could make your deed invalid. But defective deeds are the exception, not the rule, so don't be frightened. Just be cautious. And the best way to be caulious is lo deal with a reputable real estale professional and a knowledgeable real estate lawyer. Mr. Scott is Pnst Vice President nf the Colorado Association of Realtors ~.r,A Past President of the Greeley Board of Healtors. If you hnvc any questions \ on the subject of real estate, please feel free to call or drop in at SCOTT REALTY, 1212 Kill Avenue. Phone: 3 5 2 - 1 2 1 2 . We're here to help. How Much Fun Can One Person Have? Patricia J at the Slim Swim club is showing one of the fabulous reducing machines at the club. Let us help you to become a more beautiful person. Slim and Swim Club 1300 9th Ave. Phone 35Z-4498

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