Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 3, 1976 · Page 6
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t CREELEY (Cote.) TRIBUNE W*4.,MirehJ, 1171 Denver school board has 72 days to submit desegregation plan DENVER ( U P D - A federal court judge Tuesday gave the city board of education 12 additional days to submit a complete plan for desegregating the district's schools. District Superintendent Louis Kishkunas said the extension would put his staff "in good shape" in preparing details and costs of two plans which currently are being studied. A final plan must now be presented to U.S. District Judge William E. Doyle by March 17. Doyle took no action on a request from the Congress of Hispanic Educators that the deadline for parts of the plan dealing with five predominantly Hispano schools be extended until March 26. Under the current desegregation plan, elementary grade students are bused between predominantly Anglo schools and 'predominantly minority schools to achieve racial balance on a half-day basis. One proposed plan would involve the reorganization of elemental)- schools into primary and intermediate schools with three grades each. The other proposed plan would extend the current half-time pairing program on a full-time basis. Both plans would call for busing about 20 per cent more students than now are being transported by the district. Police ride-along program halted by insurance costs, The Greeley Police Depart- for the time being." ment's citizen ride-along Hie program, which allowed program, which has been one of citizens to ride in the police the more popular citizen par- cars with on-duty officers, was ticipation programs offered by begun in 1970 when Parkinson (he department, has been canceled. Greeley Police Chief John Parkinson said Wednesday the program was canceled because of rising insurance costs for the department. "The new insurance policy for this year has increased in came to Greeley. "We're sorry to see the program dropped," Parkinson said, "because it's been a very popular program for us." The program was first initiated to develop a rapport between the citizens and police officers. cost so much that we were Parkinson said the city is unable to foresee the increase negotiating with other in- in our budget," Parkinson said, surance companies to find a "Because of this, we have to way to. lower the cost and re- drop the ride-along program open the program. Roundup of 31 heroin dealers a 'warning' DENVER (UPI) - The users of the drug, James Burke roundup of 31 small time heroin of the U.S. Drug Enforcement dealers was meant to serve as a warning to major sellers and Phone cable cut Mountain Bell employe Chuck Ashbaugh works on a maze of wire in a telephone company manhole near the county courthouse Tuesday. Mountain Bell officials said construction workers at the new county services building cut some wires in an excavation project. Telephone service to the Sheriff's Department and courthouse was interrupted for several hours Tuesday. (Tribune photo by Mike Peters) Three thefts investigated Deaths and Funerals flDRMSON Administration said today. Federal agents arrested the dealers Monday following a year-long investigation in cooperation with city police and $10,000 in heroin purchases, he said. 'It's strictly the small timer. Thefts from a home, a church A burgjar used a screwdriver when he left Tuesday, and a motel were reported to lo pry open the outside door, an The man took two blankets, Greeley police Tuesday. office door and a storage room two sheets, a pillow, two towels, Gary Foster, Windsor, told door of the First United and the door key. police Tuesday his stereo Presbyterian Church, 1.121 9th receiver and two stereo Ave., sometime Monday night and steal $231. The Ihcft was discovered Tuesday morning by the Rev. Thomas Ewing, who told police speakers worth $579 were stolen from a friend who had borrowed the items earlier this Woman pleads guilty to arson A 19-year-old Greeley woman CRESPIN Raymond D. Crespln of south Johnstown. Arrangements later. HEFELE Alvln Hefele of Donelt Retirement Community. Brother of Mrs. Florence Paulat of Santa Ana, Calif. Arrangements later. NELSON Joy Lynn Nelson, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Nelson of Gllcrest; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Nelson of Gilcrest and Mrs. Emma Fleenor of Greeley. Graveside services 10 a.m. Thursday from Linn Grovt Cemetery. NORRIS Fred Lee Norrls of 1127 9th St., Greeley. Uncle of Francis M. Bailey of Eustls, Fla., Mrs. Clifford (Helen L.) Lugar of Eustls, Fla., and Mrs. Jerry (Charlotte B.) Burnett of Grover; stepbrother of Lester House of Wheat Ridge. Arrangements later. usually an addict himself, who* year. »,.«...«- ^^...c,, ,,..« ,.,,,« ^..^ . . is pushing dope to other users Foster said he loaned the the money was in some money pleaded quilty in Distnct Court ~ ' bags and envelopes in the to a TMsdemeanor fourth Marshall IJ|M olh c * ·""" -'«-"·"" ·."««· TI-- n,... p...:-- degree arson charge filed on the street," said Burke, stereo equipment to Charles 1429 8th St., and concentrated in local bars or in Marshall called him this week .,,,.,, -- ,..,,*,. *....,,, uuuu , v . other places where known lo report the items were stolen, isn't kept in the church over- "TM, a .' c y J dealers hang out." Marshall told Foster he was night. Accordina to Burke the moving '""" his present ad " Mary E ? an ' mana S cr of the i -n h mi .n»i dress . a n d sel t h e stereo El Centra Motel, 1521 8th Ave., arrests will have little affect on . ._, , , Marline 1 ? 121R sth St was equipment outside the house, told police a man who listed his Marll " c j- "'» sul ol " was arson charge said that much cash usually against her in connection with a Sept. 30. The defendant,-Pricilla Dean Medina, also known as Pricilla Denver's 3,000 to 6,000 addicts, but will serve as a warning to address as Riverton, Wyo., checked into the motel Sunday metropolitan area. "They too have to be controlled the same as the major supplier," lie said. Charges of possession and sale of heroin have been charged against those arrested and most bonds have been set of $10,000 each. Recreation vehicle sustains damage in mishap A 1974 recreational vehicle driven by John Hobson of Golden sustained $2,000 damage in an accident near Dacono Tuesday, the Colorado State Patrol said. Officers said the vehicle left "·; * * X I I I T T I'^ four miles southwest of A L L IN LJ 1 1 Dacono and rolled one time, M O R T U A R I E S w^'uZred"'''* 15 ' H ° bS ° n KRIEGER John C. Krieger of .422 nth Street. Husband of Mrs. Marie Krieger. Father of Donald Krieger of Sidney, Nebraska and Alfred Krieger of Pueblo. Brother of Mrs. Elizabeth Sperber and Mrs. Margaret Fields both of Greeley, Mrs. Esther Humphrey of Longmont and Carl Krieger and Jake Krieger both of Greeley. Services 2:00 p.m. Thursday from the Drawing Room. Interment Linn Grove Cemetery. If friends wish, memorial gifts may be made to the Cardiac Care Unit of Weld County General Hospital. MACY When he went back outside to load the equipment a few gone. Truck overturns; poison washed from city street A large quantity of rat and munications Center, 1304 10th mouse poison was washed from Ave., when an employe the street by Greeley firemen reported an electrical short in a Tuesday night after an ex- light ballast, terminator's truck overturned The firemen checked the in the 1800 block of Reservoir ballast, then advised the owner Road. to contact an electrician. The truck, driven by Bill Damage was set at $20. Burke of Oser Exterminators, _ There was also an estimated apparently had a tire blow out' $20 damage when an electrical which caused the truck to outlet shorted out in the home of overturn at about 5 p . m . Tony Dflores, 133 N. 21st Ave. Tuesday. Burke requested the The hot wire and the ground fire department wash away the w i res in the outlet touched poison. together, firemen said, melting tn other alarms Tuesday, the wires and the outlet. The firemen from Station No. 1 firemen repaired the two wires investigated two electrical so the mobile home's furnace fires. would still operate, then ad- At 2:05 p . m . Tuesday, vised the man to call an elec- firemen went to the Com- trician. accused in the charge of starling and maintaining a fire Obituaries- WHEELER Mrs. Jessie M. Wheeler of the Bonell Retirement Community. Mother of John M. Wheeler of Greeley, Hugh F. Wheeler, Jr. of Denver, and Charles M. Wheeler of Erie, Pennsylvania. Sister of Jack Mosher of LaJolla, California. Private family services Friday at Linn Grove Cemetery. If frlendi wish, memorial gifts may be made to the First Congregational Church or a favorite ' charity. Born in Greeley, Sept. 5,1886, services will be held at Linn she was the daughter of B. F. Grove Cemetery, Friday. Macy Marsh, a Union Colonist. Allnutt Mortuary is in charge Mrs. Wheeler received her of arrangements, early education in Greeley If friends wish, contributions schools a n d , following may be sent to the memorial graduation from the University fund of the First of Colorado, taught school in Congregational Church, or to a Arizona until her marriage to favorite charity. Hugh F. Wheeler, who died Jan. 16, 1958. Mrs. Wheeler attended the First Congregational United f Christ, and was Jessie M. Wheeler Jessie Wheeler her life, including the Mental Health Clinic and the American Red Crow. Surviving arc three sons, Charles M. Wheeler of Erie, Pa., Hugh F. Wheeler, Jr. of Denver and John M. Wheeler of Grcclcy; five granddaughters and two great-grandsons. Also surviving is a brother, worth of items from the room of less lhan $100 ' Michael Varallo, deputy district attorney, told Judge Hugh H. Arnold circumstances relating to the fire liad been "very unusual." Varallo said Miss Medina, who was a prisoner in the women's section, apparently had tried tn commit suicide, and as part of the attempt, had used matches to set fire to a blanket in her cell. The blanket was s t i l l smoldering when s h e r i f f ' s officers reached the cell and extinguished the fire. Judge Arnold continued the case to March 15 for sentencing of the defendant. Government sues for $40,000 fine in pollution case DENVER (AP) - The federal government filed a suit Tuesday against U.S. Energy Corp. to collect a $40,000 fine for alleged pollution of Coal Creek near Crested Butte. The suit, filed in U.S. District Court, alleges that (he corporation polluted the creek, principal water supply for Crested Butte, between April 26 and May 8, 1975. The corporation operates an ore mine and milling plant adjacent to Coal Creek and about three miles west of Crested Butte. Wastes from the milling operation flowed into the creek when a tailings pond dike broke on April 26, the suit alleges. An investigation by the federal Environmental Protection Agency showed that chemical (UNC report as ofei.m.) High Tuesday . 21 Low this morning 4 Barometer 29.94, rising Precipitation .01 Year's total M The highest temperature ever recorded here on a March 3 was 69 in 1936; lowest was -18 in I960. The sun will rise Thursday at 6:29 a.m. and will set at 5:55 p.m. (MST). (River conditions as'of 8a.m.) South Platte at Kersey: Flow 722cfs Gauge height 3.60 Colorado -- Heavy snow warning northern mountains today. Travelers' advisory east today. Mostly cloudy through Thursday with locally heavy snow northern mountains today, six inches or more likely. Intermittent snow east with poor visibility and icy roads, making driving hazardous today. Elsewhere periods of snow through Thursday. Cold with highs both days 20s and low 30s east, 30s and low 40s west with 25 to 35 mountains. Lows tonight 10 to 20 east, 15 to 25 west with 10 above zero to 10 below mountains. Outlook Friday through Sunday Colorado -- Continued cold with periods of snow Friday. Warmer Saturday and Sunday with few snow flurries mountains. Highs Friday 30s with 20s mountains warming into the 50s Sunday with 35 to 45 mountains. Low temperatures teens and low 20s with 5 above to 15 below zero mountains. Wyoming -- Partly cloudy and quite cold with few isolated mountain snow showers north through Thursday. Highs today teens. Lows tonight 5 above zero to locally near 10 below. Highs Thursday 17 lo 27. Chance of snow, mostly southwest, today, increasing tonight and possibly locally heavy mountains, then diminishing from west on Thursday. Highs south today 15 lo 25. Lows tonight zero to 10. Highs Thursday upper teens and 20s. NEW YORK (UPI) - The highest temperature reported Tuesday to the National Weather Service, excluding Alaska and Hawaii, was 91 degrees at Alice, Tex. Today's low was 25 degrees below zero at Butte, Mont. . le weum The Wntkn- EtMWben By The Aliocllted PreM · Wefanfay HI LO Prc mlk Albany Albu'que Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth Fairbanks Fort Worth Green Bay Honolulu Houston Ind'apolis Jacks'ville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Marquette Memphis 'Miami v 26 62 72 37 79 15 35 72 35 41 80 57 83 20 29 40 84 31 79 78 48 74 58 55 36 34 22 25 85 32 79 80 68 84 23 61 53 80 52 76 19 78 81 56 -8 15 24 71 24 60 53 42 61 39 0 27 32 20 21 68 28 68 67 60 56 20 31 38 60 39 66 16 68 73 .76 rn .02 cdy ..cdy .. rn .. clr cdy .. clr .. clr .. clr .45 rn ..cdy 1.35 rn .. cdy .. clr .45 cdy .. rn .03 rn .20 sn .. cdy 1.14 rn .20 sn . . sn .. cdy .12 rn .. cdy .. cdy .. cdy .. cdy .03 sn .. rn .. rn .. cdy .49 rn .. clr .27 rn ..cdy ..cdy t?l Milwaukee Mpls-St.P. 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Gunnison La Junta Lamar Leadville Pueblo Trinidad 85 28 80 41 85 '36 85 44 71 68 26 46 20 74 79 33 60 46 42 27 85 52 48 47 60 39 52 33 24 69 32 38 22 59 36 54 60 14 25 -1 48 55 20 50 41 28 13 59 44 1 26 20 0 18 25- 8 55 47 35 48 47 41 70 58 0 28 5. 11 20 9 23 20 33- 1 63 21 60 23 .56 rn .01 cdy .. cdy .01 rn .44 rn ..cdy .41 cdy .02 rn .. rn .. cdy .42 rn .. clr .03 cdy .. cdy .06 rn . . c d y .27 rn .80 cdy .. clr .. clr .. cdy . . c d y .Olcdy t clr tcdy .14 pc .02 sn .16 clr .20 pc .OScdy clr .24cdy t pc .19 clr sn tcdy .17 clr t sn fog WEATHER FORECAST - A band of rain is forecast Wednesday from Kansas to New England and snow will spread from the northern Plains to northern New England.\Snow is also forecast in the Southwest. Warm Weather is forecast for the South and most of the East and cold weather elsewhere. AP Wirephoto Map) Recreation official assaulted A Greeley Recreation Department basketball official told police Tuesday he was assaulted by a player who was upset with his officiating in a city league game. Referee Larry Allen Bowman, 22, of Eaton, told police he officiated a game at Heath Junior High Tuesday night, and at 8:30 p.m. after the game was over, one of the game's players walked over to him and began verbally harassing him. Bowman told the player he could be thrown out of the league for his comments, and then the referee walked away. But as he was leaving the gym, the player struck him in the side of the face, causing his nose to bleed and his face to swell. He said he still had a headache when he talked to the police. Officers also reported Bowman had a small cut on his face. Several witnesses saw the player hit Bowman, police said. Officers will talk to the player Wednesday and assault charges may be filed. According to Greeley Recreation Department rules, the player may be permanently expelled from all recreation department activities. Greele Y Police Log Joy L. Nelson Graveside services for Joy L. Nelson, infant daughter of Mr. Mrs. Jessie M. Wheeler, a life-long resident of Greeley, died Tuesday, March 2, at the Jack Mosher of La Jolla, Calif, Bonell Retirement Community A n o t h e r brother, Paul C. where she had resided the past Mosher, died in Grcclcy in 1910. year. She was 89. P r i v a t e f a m i l y graveside Thursday a t Linn Grove Cemetery. Adamson Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. The baby g i r l died late and solid wastes were dis- Monday at Weld County charged into the creek on at General Hospital where she was born Feb. 29. The Nelsons are members of Bethel Baptist Church. Surviving, in addition lo the parents, are grandparents, The suit seeks an injunction to Mrs. Emma Fleenor of Greeley halt future discharges and a ami Mr. and Mrs. Hans Nelson $10,000 per day fine for each of of Gilcrcsl. the four days. least four days during the period. The suit charges that the discharges were in violation of federal water pollution laws. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Pickering of Garden City, Kan., a daughter, on Monday, March 1. She has been named Brooke Michelle. Grandparents are Mrs. LeRoy Pickering of Greeley and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Reichcrt of Fort Morgan. Hospital Dismissals Dismissed from Weld County General Hospital on Tuesday, March 2: Dick Todd, 705 35th Ave. Ct.; Raymond Mericle, 303 llth St.; Mrs. Frances Gardner, Bot- lineau, N.D.; Lori Sitton, 1769 30th St.; Randee Schupe, 1005 33rd Ave. Robyn Schupe, 1005 33rd Ave.; Anthony Duran, 915 5th St.; John Carlson, Eaton; Mrs. Bruce Mau and son, Kersey; Mrs. Ron Jackson, 1924 34th Ave. Mrs. Charles Nelson, Milliken; Mrs. Ed Downing, 319 15lh St.; Mrs. Billie Hall, Evans; Lupe Martinez, Windsor; Mrs. Eugene Hartlett, Eaton. Jessie Olds, Bonell; Peter Baker, La Salle; Gerald Morgan, Plattcville. Dismissed from Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, March 2: Susie Sanchez, 2409 10th St.; Heinz Steinman, 720 40th Ave.; Lottie Peterson, 1436 7lh St.; Margie Magill. 3206 W. 7lh St.; Irma Salazar. 1144 31st Ave. TUESDAY ccident a, ,4* Avenue t dispute reported. 8:48 Burglary reported at the First United Presbyterian Church, 1321 9th Ave.; $230 cash 9:42 Accident at 1944 26th Ave. Ct. 9:55 Accident at 16th Street and 9th Ave. 10:22 Runaway juvenile reported. p.m. 12:40 Man reported he received some threatening telephone calls. 12:53 Woman reported she received some harassing telephone calls. 3:00 Accident in the 800 block of 3rd Street. 3:07 Accident at 623 16th St. 3:15 Accident at 815 10th St. 3:16 Owner of the Greeley M o n u m e n t Works reported someone stole 14 concrete grape design vases from the store yard; vases are worth (238. 3:18 Report of juveniles removing gutter drain plates at 27lh Avenue and 16th Street; juveniles were gone when officers arrived, and all drain coverings were still in place. 3:38 Shoplifter reported at King Soopers. 4:38 Accident in the 1800 block of Reservoir Road. 5:14 Owner of (he s r^s gasoline can from his car after the accident. 6:22 Woman reported she found a street department traffic cone in her yard. 8:50 Referee of city league basketball game reported a player assaulted him after a game. 8:52 Accident at loth Street and 23rd Avenue. 9:33 Man reported his neighbor was holding knife and threatening his ex-wife; officers broke up the fight, advised and assisted. 8:51 Accident at 14th Avenue and IGth Street. 11:15 Suspicious man reported in the 500 block of 7th Street; man was standing outside shouting at his neighbor's house. Man was gone on arrival of officers. WEDNESDAY a.m. 1:51 Report of a street department barricade barrel lying in the street at 23rd Avenue and 4th Street; note left for street department. 1:57 Fight reported In the parking lot of the Diamond Six Bar in the 1800 block of 2nd Avenue; fight was over when officers arrived.

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