Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 17, 1969 · Page 28
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 28

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, October 17, 1969
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Six Persons Reported Hurt In Weld County Accidents Page 28 GREELEY TRIBUNE Friday, Oct. 17, 1969 Elmer Cozzens Lee Benson Three Weld County Youths 4-H Awards Program Winners FORT COLLlNS-Forty Colo rado 4-H members, three o them from Weld County, hav been named 4-H Awards Pro grain winners. Top 4-H members were sc lecled on the basis of theii achievements in 4-H projects and activities, explains C. G Slaver, state 4-H club leader. Candidates for state honors also were judged on leadership ability and citizenship activities. From Weld County are Lee Benson, Rl. 1, Box 207, Greeley; Elmer Cozzens, Rl. 1, Box 162, Eaton, and Harry Lee Murphy, Box 280, Windsor were award winners. Benson, 17, is a member of the Cloverly 4-H club. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Benson, he did his project in petroleum power. In addition to Benson's work in his own club, congress ;.-s scctionaf or re-.'ty. The apparent, low bidder was his extension agents report that gional winners will be awarded Domenic Leone Construction Through a combination of ex perience and study, he has ac quired much ability as a p!io lographer. Murphy is a membei of the Poudre Valley 4-H Club Cozzens, 18 - year - old North eastern Junior College fresh man, is the son of Mr. and Mrs Fred Cozzens of Eaton. He has ivon many honors and awards with his 4-H work and has be come Something of a source o 'iclp for cfcclrical information in his community. He also lias, served as leader of the county- vide 4-H electric club. A trip to the 4lllh National '-II Club Congress in Chicago, II., iNov. 30 through Dec. 4 las ,been won by 23 of these (ale winners. The three Weld County ·ips. winners each earned Harry Lee Murphy Damage Is $100 In Home Fire An estimated. $100 damag ras reported in a fire at 5:S p.m. Thursday, at the home o Mrs. Richard Gray, 2716 71 Ave. Firemen reported a burne on the kitchen .stove liad bee eft on, starlingl he fire. Th 'ire was out when firemen ar ·ived and damage was confin ed to some cabinets and wash Road Department Opens Bids on Highway Jobs DENVER (AP) -- The Colo ado Highway Departmen pened bids Thursday on six oad improvement projects lo : aling more than $700,000. The largest project was for epaving more than four miles Additional Irips lu the club of Interstate 25 in El Paso Coun- for Ihe county-wide tractor program, he scheduled lours, invited guest speakers, helped as soon as Ihe n a f i n n a l judging of records is completed. The Colorado I-H members with the County Tractor Plow-Kill join over 1,500 oilier state ing and Driving conlests as well award winners from throughout as taking over the leadership l n e nnlion at the 4-H Club Conof Unit I members. grcss. Murphy, also 17, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Murphy of Windsor. He has used his photography experience in 4-H for fun, reporting, and the beginning of a possible business, A good gift for ANYONE ANYTIME EATON'S Fine Letter Papers When you give One Dies, 4 Hurt on Road Near La Jara LA JARA,' Colo. (AP) - One man died and four persons were injured Thursday, night in a two car collision east nf La Jara in southern Colorado. Jay ,K. Morgan, -ili, S.-inford, Colo., died al. the scene, raising Colorado's 1069 t r a f f i c fatality toll lo 525, nine fewer than on that dale 'one year ago.- The accident happened on Colorado Highway Kit! when Ihe car Morgan occupied was struck by a westbound car driven by Johnny A. Ruybal, 30, Sanford. Investigating stale patrol officers said the car in which Morgan died was facing south im Ihe highway, parked across the center line. _. Officers said Ruybal's car .struck Ihe parkud vehicle and |crashed head-on inlo a tree. I R u y b a l and three passengers in jhis car were taken to La Jara Hospital for treatment. The injured were identified as ·1 Ruybal; Locardio Gallegos, 21, o ' C,,.,r«,.,l . 1 , f r»..ll no Co., Trinidad, with an offer of $303,000. Pioneer Construction Co., Pueblo, made an apparent low offer of $221,634 for paving and other work on nearly 214 miles :f U.S. 24 and U.S. 285 south of Bucna Vista. An apparent low bid of $91,336 ,vas made by Kcnney Construe-, .ion Co., Commerce City, for repairs to flood damage at the 5oda Lakes interchange on U.S. 285 near Morrison. Henry Geisman of Trinidad $56,700 for seeding and mulching more than 21 miles' of Interstate 25 from Walsenburg south. Geisman also was low bidder for seeding and mulching more than 10 miles of Interstate 70 east of Burlington wilh an offer of $33,500. Ramsour Brothers, Castle Rock, bid $17,998 for work on a concrete box culvert on Colo. 76 one mile east of Beulah. they'll know you've chosen the very besl. We have a lovely select i o n l o s h o w y o u -- n e w Sanford; Juan C. Gallegos, 33, and Lusy Gallegos, 18, both of La Jara. HONG KONG ( A P ) ·- The So- stylcs, new t i n t s and b r i g h t jvicl Union's flag is again flying colors, all exquisitely g i f t nvCT "" boxed. Chinese soil and many .Russian visitors to Ihe biannual Canton have been From fp"! | trade fair in ; warmly wclo inly welcomed, Chinese city renoried today. They said visitors to the one- monlh fair which opened Wednesday stared with surprise at a Soviet (lag that hangs prominently al Ihe (air's site. An acre of desert may support ; · ^n." as 100,000 bcc'.lcs. Six persons were hurt in three traffic accidents Thursday and early Friday, the Highway Pa- Irol reported. Almond Kenneth Mickelson 36, of Eaton, and George L Mickelson, 41, Fort Collins were injured in a one-vehicl accident at 2:30 a.m. Friday a the junction of the U. S. 85 by pass and U. S. 85 at the nortl edge of Greeley. George Mickelson received ; 'scalp laceration and possible shoulder and chest injuries. Hi was admitted at Weld Count} General Hospital, which re ported the Fort Collins man wa in satisfactory condition late Friday. Kenneth Mickelson in curred miscellaneous cuts scrapes and bruises. Patrolman Robert Smith sail the two men were in a 196; auto which Kenneth Mickelson was driving north on the U. S 85 bypass. The car ran off the road, slit along the guard rail then ran along an embankment and roll ed, coming to a stop on U. S 85 below. The auto was damag ed about .$500. Mary Anne Bcydlcr, 17, 1202 6th St.; Debbie Jean Dingman 15, 504 26th Ave. Ct.; and Car la Bowland, 17, Rt. 2, Greeley were injured in a collision of a pickup truck and a car at the intersection of llth Avenue ant :he Mumper Hill road north ol here at 11:05 a.m. Thursday. Mary Anne Beydler received 350 Persons Register n 10 Days About 350 persons registerei uring the 10 days prior ti hursday to vote in the cit; ection Nov. 4, the election di ision of the county clerk's of 'ice reported Friday. The total includes botli the ersons who registered at the :ounty clerk's office and at the city clerk's office. The deadline to register in he election was Wednesday evening. The registration was report ed to' have been fairly heavy in Thursday and Friday of las veek and Tuesday and Wednes day of this week. The new registrations arc be ng sent to Denver for process ng. The total number of per sons registered to vole Nov. ' s expected to be known ii ibout a week. a laceration on the thigh and contusions, and Debbie Jean Dingman lacerations and abrasions. Both were admitted at Weld County General Hospital, where their conditions were reported as good Friday. Carla Bowland incurred lacerations. She was taken to a private doctor. The three girls were in a 1966 auto which Mary Anne Beydle was driving east on the Mum per Hill road, Patrolman Gar Spradling reported. The ca collided at the intersection wit a 1968 pickup truck which Den zcl Howard Stargrant of Eaton was driving north on llth Ave nue. The car was damagei about $600, the pickup .$500. Robert Elton Davis, 81, o Firestone, received minor cut in a one-vehicle accident on an Interstate 25 service road twc miles west of Dacono about a.m. Thursday. . Davis was driving a 1966 pick up truck south on the servici road and failed to make a curve, Patrolman Kirby Cartel said. The pickup hit a guarc post and sign. The vehicle was damaged about $250. Raymond A. Dunlap, 30, Rt , Greeley, complained of pain n his right leg after the sem ruck he was driving rolled in an accident on U. S. 85 a hall mile south of Lucerne at 2:40 p.m. Wednesday. He was taken home. The semi went off the left ;ide of the highway into the nedian as Dunlap was driving outh. It rolled one time onto Is side. The vehicle was dam- ged an estimated $5,000, ac- Denver Officer Shooting Victim Still 'Critical' DENVER (AP)-Hospital officials still listed Denver Patrolman Robert Sandoval in critical condition Thursday, two days after he was accidentally shot in Ihe head while investi- ;aling a burglary complaint. Sandoval, a member of the orce for a year, was not responding to treatment after a [ive - hour operation early Wednesday, a spokesman at Denver General Hospital said. Meanwhile, police said Alexander Mitchell, 43, the man who accidentally shot Sandoval, received an anonymous telephone call threatening his life. Milchell was temporarily jailed in Ihe accident but was later released. German Bser BONN - In 1068 West Germany supplied 37 per cent of U. S. beer imports. Germany's share came to n million gallons, worth $10.5 million. City Traffic Accidents Stella V. Smith, .73, 1024 B ording to Patrolmen William rfeGinley and Harold Payne nd Patrol Sgt. Newton Bom gardner. Five accidents in "which no one was injured also were re ported by the patrol. A 1970 pickup truck driven by William Anthony Perusek Rt. 4, Greeley, was damagec about $115 and a 1962 auto driven by Larry Dean Stout of Gill $125 in an accident at 2729 S, 8th Ave. al 10:20 p.m. Thurs- CLU DIPLOMAS - Robert J. Rotthaus, president of the Northern Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American Society of Chartered Life Underwriters, congratulates two Greeley National Bank, co-sponsor of ·. the diploma presentation and dinner. The dinner and program was held this week at.the Greeley Country Club. Others receiving di- Greeley recipients of Chartered Life Under- plpmas were from Denver,- Fort Collins, writer diplomas, Arthur L. Kile and Richard C. Capron. At right is Cliff Dean, of the Brush, and Laramie, Cheyenne, and Casper, Wyo. (Tribune photo by Paul Edscorn) day. Patrolman Payne said Stoui made a right turn as the two vehicles were going south anc Perusek's pickup collided with the Gill man's car. A 1966 auto driven by Joseph Elwood Lvaux of Fort Collins was damaged about $300 when it hit a horse on 1-25 about two miles west and a half mile north of Dacono al 11 p.m Wednesday. Patrolman Carter said the horse, owned by Ro land Cochran of Erie, was valued at $25. A soft drink truck belonging .0 a Fort Collins bottling com- oany was damaged an eslimal- ed .$8,000 and its cargo $2,000 I when the struck rolled after go- when struck by a pick up while she ws crossing llth Avenue north of A Street. The accident occurred al 6:5^ p.m. The truck was a 1965 pickup driven by William Sven Johnson Jr., of Eaton. Mrs. Smith was taken to Weld County General Hospital and was reported in good condition Friday wilh chest, knee and elbow injuries. A non-injury accident was reported al 5:51 p.m. Thursday at lllh Avenue and U.S. 34 bypass. Involved were: a 1969 sedan driven by Thomas Anthony Modic, 1124 26th St. ltd., which received $450 damage, and a 1960 sedan driven by Bon- nicdean Myrl Scofield, Eaton, ivhich received $500 damage. Lake Builders Aided WASHINGEON-ln the past 15 years more than 5,000 watershed lakes and reservoirs have in built by local communities with the help of the Department of Agriculture's Soil Conservation Service. of Greeley Member F.n.I.C. nesday. Patrolman McGinley said James R. Johnson of Fort Collins was driving the truck cast. Johnson skidded into a truck driven by Arturo I. Alvarado, Rt. 2, Greeley, after which Ihe soft drink truck went off the road and rolled. Alvarado's vehicle was not damaged. A 1968 auto driven by James I. Vanfeldt of Fort Lupton was damaged about $150 in an accident one mile south of Platle- ville at 7:15 a.m. Wednesday. The Fort Lupton man's car skidded off U. S. 85 into the median and rolled I'/i times, Patrolman Carl Walter said. An accident 2.7 miles east of :iere on U. S. 34 at 12:40 p.m. Wednesday resulted in $200 damage to a 1968 pickup truck Iriven by Jerald L. Stugart of Weldona and $75 damage to a lighway bridge. Stugart's machine skidded off the road and hit a bridge railing, then the rear of another vehicle, Patrolman McGinley said. The driver of the other vehicle did not stop. UN Day Proclaimed In Greeley Next Friday, the 24th anni- ersary of the United Nations Charter becoming effective, has een proclaimed as United Na- ons Day in Greeley by Mayor )orothy Zabka. The Mayor, in the proclamation, urged all citizens of the city to honor United Nations Day by means of community programs which will serve to stimulate a realistic understanding of the purposes, achievements and limitations of the United Nations and its family of agencies. "The citizens of this community acknowledge that our national survival requires world-: wide cooperation and communication; and that this country's highest ideals and aspirations are closely allied with the hopes and aims of people everywhere," the proclamation said. CALCUTTA -- Gauhati citizens are plagued by bees. ' With Officers Aerial Broken Lloyd Roberts, Evans, told wlice Thursday night the-aerial ras broken off his car while larked at Jackson Field. Ski Rack Stolen James D. Lockhart,'1217 29th it., told police Thursday a ski ack was stolen from his car. Theft Reported Walt Sparrow of Walt Sparow Dodge, 1108 8th Ave., told wlice Thursday that 17 batter- es with a total value of $544 and wo alternators valued at $118 fere stolen from new cars arked on his lot. Wallet Stolen Nancy Stick, Turner Hall, re- orted Thursday her wallet was :olen from a practice room at rasier Hall. Battery Gons Julia Kingrey, Camfield ourls, reported the battery 'as stolen from her car. Less English Theaters LONDON' - The number of commercial theaters in England outside London has fallen from 130 in the 1920s to 33 today. HANOVER, Germany -- Hanver's City Prison offers ' in- nates special courses in such ubjects as good table manners nd interior decoration. COWBOY OVERSHOES THE STOCKMAN 1 . «^ 942 9th Ave. ; The one perfect raincoat; it keeps you dry inside and out. Charles Urano President of ^Association Charles Urano, Weld County's horticulturist since 1962, has ibeen elected president of the] Colorado County Agent's Asso-; ciation. I Urano, 46, lives at 1917 13th 1 Ave. in Grcclcy. Oilier officers elected at the annual conference of Ihe Coto: rado Extension Service last' week in Fort Collins were Roy, Pattison, Alamosa, vicc-presi-' : dent; Tom Doherty, Springfield, 1 secretary; and Ray Cogburn.i Glemvood Springs, .treasurer, i Urano became a county ex-j tension agenl in 1955 and served i as Weld County assistant agent 1 from 1955 to 195!) when lie became county agent in Rio Grande County at Monte Vista. He ook a year's sabbatical leave n 1061 lo get his master's de- ;ree at Fort Collins before rc- :urning to Weld County in 1962 as horticulturist. i Cogburn's father, Harry Cog-i burn, used to farm west of Gil-] crsst, and Pattison's molherj ivcs at 527 Boulder in Evans. I 'Botany' 500's exclusive Hydnmmr Plus 1 finish, makes The. Weathertopper 5 the one perfect raincoat. It keeps out the wet. At the same time, it keeps you cool and comfortable because the fabric "breathes." But that's not all. 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