Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 18, 1973 · Page 8
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 8

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, April 18, 1973
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8 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Wed., April IS, 1*73 Three die in Colorado traffic crashes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The deaths of three persons; including a 17-year-old Arvada youth in a motorcycle collision, in traffic accidents Tuesday' boosted Colorado's 1973 highway fatality count to 151, compared with 186 on the same date a year ago. The state patrol identified the victims as Jeffery E. Storey, 17, Arvada; Barbara J. Collins, 30, Aspen; and John Cutler Tallman Jr., 24, Aspen. The Storey youth died in a Denver hospital of injuries suffered in an accident on a north Denver street. Officers said the motorcycle he was driving attempted to pass traffic on the right side, ran olt tne right side of the roadway into a ditch and then came back onto the street where the driver was thrown onto the road. Officers said the Collins woman and Tallman died when the left rear tire of the car the rolled two and a half times be- · woman was driving north on I- fore coming to rest on its top. 80 three miles southeast of Mark Collins, 3, also of As- Sterling blew out causing the pen, was taken to a Sterling auto to swereve into the me- hospital with a broken arm and dian. The patrol said the car a broken pelvis. Veterans Here's the Answer Love appoints William Coors Kersey news to Mines board of trustees Q. I'm a 43-year-old veteran with an honorable discharge. Several months ago 1 learned I have terminal cancer and I am bedridden with no income for the remainder of my days. Can I get financial assistance, from VA. Morgan College trustees oppose dissolution election DENVER (AP) -- William K. Lo ve also appointed Ted Paul Coors, president of Adolph stockmar Jr., a Denver lawyer, Coors Co. of Golden, was ap- to the board for a new term, pointed Tuesday by. Gov. John stockmar has been on the Love to the Board of Trustees board since 1949. of Colorado School of Mines at Reappointed to the State Golden. Board of Cosmetology was Jon Coors, 56, will replace the late w. Sholdt of Colorado Springs Russell H. Volk, who died f or a t erm expiring May 16, March 14. 1976. Fisher trial testimony begins Named a new member of the BOULDER, Colo. (AP) -»- Testimony was to begin today in Boulder District Court in the sanity trial of Peter Roy Fisher, 35, of Aurora. A jury was empaneled Tuesday afternoon and Judge Howard Ashton ordered the members sequestered overnight. Fisher is charged with murder, kidnaping and assault in the death of one 11-year-old Merit System Council was Mrs. Boulder girl and the shooting of Lois Moll of Denver, past presi- another. dent of the Colorado Personnel Fatally shot in the incident Women. She will serve until last Nov. 14 was Jessica Schaff- May 3, 1974, filling a vacancy ner. Annabelle Kindig was caused by the resignation of wounded but has since recov- Earl R. Rinker of Denver, ered. ___________ Fisher was arrested and charged after the girls were allegedly abducted while walking from the Kindig home to the Shaffner. home following a birthday party for Miss Kindig. The Kersey Methodist Church was organized in 1897 and was built in 1898 on land donated by Mrs. Marie Loustalet, on First Street. The church was moved to Evans several years ago and the land reverted to the original farm now owned by Victor Klein. The Kersey Baptist church was organized Sept. 1,1912 and built on the corner of Campbell and Second streets. A memorial stained glass window has been moved from the Kersey church lo. the new church and the chimes, installed when Rev. Moore was pastor, are also a part of the new church. FORT MOKGAN, Colo. (AP) ing committee Monday night to Morgan, a board member, sai - The board of trustees of seek defeat of the election is- she has become "appalled" a Morgan County Community sue. The board, while in-, the expense which reportedly College has gone on record as dicating a commitment to hold -will be necessary in order to opposing an upcoming dis- the dissolution election June 29, meet standards of the state sys- solution election which, if said it hoped the issue would be tern. passed by voters, would do soundly defeated by voters. Another member, Ray Haller away with the college district If the issue is defeated, the of Woodrow, said experts have and lead the way for the school two-year,' relatively new com- advised against the move from to become a state-controlled in- munity college would remain local to state control because stitution. under local control and prob- the school is too small. Board members told a steer- ably would have to come up The occupational^ oriented with an increase in mill levy college, has an enrollment of ft Garland murder suaects which is now L77 mills - only 26 f fulltime e ^ uivalent stu - rr. unnunu murner suapecra Mrs SuMnneKinkeI of For t dents, | must face N.M. hearing first Lakewood home rule charter defeated A. If you had wartime military service, you should contact your nearest VA office for assistance in making a determination of your eligibility for a VA pension. Capital close-up Did you know that... By GORDON G. GAUSS branch recessing for more than Associated Press Writer three days without consent of The idea tentatively approved the other. by Republicans in Colorado's The thinking behind the House of Representatives to ad- House vacation idea is that all journ the legislature for a bills--except a few major couple of weeks early in May, then to come back and wind up the session in a two or three- week burst of activity is adding to the confusion around the Capitol. The Senate Republicans so far are cool to the idea, advocating a stay-and-get-finished policy. Actually, not all of the House Republicans are anxious to go home for a while. Rep. Sandy Arnold of Boulder, for example, expressed doubt that it can be done. Even the principal advocate of the plan--House Majority Leader Carl Gustafson of Denver--had to modify his original scheme when he presented it to a GOP House caucus. At first, he suggested starting the legislative break April 27, but switched the date to May 4. Since the Republicans control both the House and Senate they can force the time out if they decide to do so. But until the House and Senate majorities agree, nothing can be done. The constitution forbids either Dismissal sought of perjury charges against three BOULDER, Colo. ones--would be cleared up be fore the break, then the lawmakers would come back and would act on the big bills speedily. The bills which keep cropping up are the school finance plan, including property tax relief, the land use measure and the Long Appropriations Bill. Whether the legislature can pass these three bills in two weeks, or even three weeks, is a question. All of them represent decisions of a caliber the lawmakers haven't yet tackled. Also, there is a real question whether the lawmakers can get their other work cleared up before May 4. One effect of the vacation talk will be to get committees to working harder--and this may be the real thing the leadership wants to accomplish. Legislators with bills in committees seem certain to press harder than ever for quick action so the measures won't be caught in a last minute squeeze. As Speaker John Fuhr, R-Auror, remarked: bills which aren't reported by committees before the break--if there is one--probably will die a lingering death. Really, the whole time-out idea is an expression of frustration which lawmakers feel over the slow progress of the ses- (AP) Motions to dismiss grand jury indictments charging three per-1 s j on sons with perjury in connection Maybe, the theory is, when with an antiwar demonstration here were filed Tuesday in were Boulder District Court. Judge Rex Scott set a hearing for Thursday on the motions to dismiss the indictments against Daniel Thompson, 21; his wife, Susan, 23; and Gary L. Baese, all of Boulder. Defense attorney Daniel Hoffman said the indictments should be dismissed because the alleged perjury had nothing to do with the antiwar demonstration being investigated by the grand jury. Other charges in connection with the incident last May 9 were filed against Thompson's sister, Sarah, '19, and their mother, Dorothy S. Thompson, 50. The charges stem from a reported confrontation between members of the family and Boulder County sheriff's officers during the antiwar demonstration. Members of the Thompson family have filed a $350,000 damage suit against the city of Boulder, Boulder County and the sheriff's department. the lawmakers come back there will be a will to act. Fuhr remarked that when they work for a while in hot weather in legislative chambers which aren't air conditioned they will find agreement is possible on differences which seem insoluble earlier. Meanwhile, many of them felt a responsive chord when Rep. Carl Younglund of New Raymer said he was in favor of "going home and planting corn and coming back." BABY EASTER BUNNIES 3.50 ^jtepet Emporiun^ 720 9th St. 353-5777 EASTER Bunnies, Ducks, and Chicks! FRANK'S Seed and Hatchery 70? 10th St. 352-1096 Population projections show that there will be some 250,000 more children in Colorado schools by 1985. (Prepared by Greeley League of Women Voters) ESPANOLA, N.M. (AP) Officials say the accused murderer of a county undersheriff will not be returned to Colorado to face charges until an extradition hearing is held in New Mexico. The Santa Fe district attorney's office said Tuesday that Roberto De Luna, 42, and his 17-year-old son have agreed to waive extradition and "go back to Colorado. Asst. Dist. Ally. Toney Anaya said Colorado authorities wanted to return the two Tuesday, but a hearing must be held first for De Luna to tell the court he will waive extradition. Anaya said two others being held at a juvenile detention facility in Santa Fe will not be charged. They are De Luna's 13-year-old son and a 17-year- old friend. De Luna was arrested Monday in Espanola on a Colorado warrant in the slaying of Costilla County Undersheriff Rudy Sanchez during a disturbance Monday at a Fort Garland, Colo., cafe and bar. Two other San Luis, Colo., policemen were injured. Frank Vigil was hospitalized in Alamosa with knife wounds and David Valdez in Pueblo. LAKEWOOD,Colo. (AP) -- A In a-light turnout Tuesday, proposed Lakewood home rule with less than 10 per cent of the charter has gone down to de- registered voters casting bal- feat by a 2'/ z -to-l margin. lots, th^final.totals showed 2,922 against the-charter and 1,237 in favor. ^ The decision marked thje second time'.voters have turned down a hoipe rule charter. The issue can't come up again for Governor Love to speak in III. DENVER (AP) -- Colorado Gov. 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