r.RBEl F.V (Colo.) TR1BU.NE TfaBn..Jttiie TO TOUR EUROPE -- These Greeley area students will join West High School German teacher Frank Sitehler and Terri Alles for a tour of Germany and other European coun- tries this summer. The 23 youngsters are students in Greeley, Kersey, and Platteville schools. (Tribune photo by Ron Stewart) 23 area students will visit Germany Twenty-three Greeley-area students will tour Germany and other European countries this summer as part of a German- American tour arranged by West High School teacher Frank Silchler. The students leave June 6 and return July 4. They will have one-week Slavs in three German cities. Cologne. Munich, and Gunzenhausen. In addition, the group will tour Austria. Switzerland, and France during one week. Chartered bus and train will provide transportation in Europe. Part of the tour will include the showing of a "Colorado Show" which includes a movies provided by School District Six, slides taken by Greeley photographer Dick Biddle. the singing of traditional and popular American songs, and display of square dances taught by Don Gorman. Sitchler and Terri Alles, 4350 37th St.. are co-sponsors. Members of the group, from Greeley. Kersey, and Platte-ville, are Kay Short, Kim Ach- ziger. Kari Short. Paula Haigh, Paula Kropf. Jim Jacobs, Russ Werner. David Knigge, Danny Gurule. Jim Grable. Eric Feuerstein. .Margaret Ruyle, Amy Eaton, Kris Mcllhenny, Susan Schaller, Sarah Grune- waid. Cindy Flack, Bill Coy, Mark Oathout. Tom Harbcrl. Perry Pollet. Bruce Weaver, and Joe Verser. Bike rider in stable condition Road accidents hospitalize three Police reported there was 51,500 damage to the Miller car, and the Serena car received $800 damage. At noon Wednesday, Maureen Little, 23, 739 37th Ave., was injured when the car she was driving and a car driven by Greg Walters, 2909 17th St. Rd., collided at the. Â·Deaths and Funerals RDRMSON BERTHOl.F Roswell M. Bertholf of 1020 Charlotte, Johnstown. Hus band of Doris I. Bertholf of Johnstown; father of William (Bill) M. of Pueblo; Charles of Pueblo; and Mrs.. Mary Brouhard of North glenn; broiher of Mark," Raymond Bertholf, both of Pueblo and Edward of La Salle. Also survived by ten grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Arrangements later. HUSTON May D. Huston of Eventide Nursing Home, Greeley. Wife of Sewell L. Huston; mother of Roy Grindle of Santa Barbara, California; grandmother of two grandchildren. Services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Friday from graveside. Interment at Sunset Memorial Gardens. 5CHULKE Goldie Schulke of ' Birch Avenue Manor, Greeley. Arrangements later. MACY ALLNUTT M O R T U A R I E S SCHILDMEIER Megan Marie Schildmeier, inlanl daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Schildmeier of 1032 21st Avenue. Granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Schildmeier of Greeley and Mrs. Bertha Anderson of Aurora. Great- granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Barrier of Sterling.-Mass of the Angels 10:00 a.m. Friday from St. Peter's Catholic Church. In-. ferment Sunset Memorial Gardens. Schihanski-Vetter Mortuary Fort Lupton, Colorado DOIL Annie Lee Doil of 6951 Olive, Commerce City. Mother of James R. Doil of Las Cruces, N.M., James W. Doil of Alamogordo, N.M., Elfon Doil of Safford, Ariz., and Mrs. Y. C. (Anna) 1 Lindsay of Commerce City; sister of Mrs. Lena Lee of San Angelo, Tex. Also survived by 11 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Services Friday 2 p.m., Sen- manski-Velter Chapel. Interment Hillside Cemetery, Ft. Lupton. intersection of 24th Avenue and 10th Street. She was reported in good condition at Weld County General Hospital Thursday. Police reported the Little car received $1,000 damage and the Walters car damage was set at S150. In a hit-and-run accident late Wednesday, Robert McSpadden, 18,1128 26th Ave., suffered minor injuries when his motorcycle was struck by a car in the 2500 block .of 10th Street. Police said McSpadden's injuries were not serious and did not warrant emergency medical care. Police are looking for a brown and tan Ford four-door sedan, which was driven from the scene after the accident. In city traffic accidents Tuesday and Wednesday, five persons suffered injuries, with three of the victims admitted to Weld County General Hospital. Barbara Bennett, 20,150510th Ave., suffered a broken jaw and was admitted to the Intensive Care Ward at the hospital Wednesday morning after her bicycle she was riding collided with a truck in the intersection of 19th Street and 10th Avenue. Hospital authorities said Thursday she was in stable condition. The driver of the truck was identified as Kelly Kieth, Denver, His truck received 55 damage, while damage to the bicycle was set at $50. At 2:5f p.m. Tuesday, cars driven by Charles William" Serena, Johnstown, and Julianne Faith Miller, 17, Kersey, collided at the intersection of 16th Street and U.S. 85 by-pass. The Miller woman and a passenger in her car, Mariana Miller, 52, Kersey, were injured in the accident. Julianne Miller was treated at the hospital and released, while Mariana Miller was admitted to the hospi.tal and is reported in satisfactory condition. l'SCrepatuofSÂ«- m High Wednesday 6S(31c) Low this morning 56(13c Barometer 29.86,falling (10H.2mb) Precipitation none The highest temperature ever recorded here on a June 2 was 92(33c) in 1940; lowest was 39(4c) in 1970. The sun will rise Friday at 5:32 a.m. and set at 8:23 p.m. River conditions as of 8 a.m. Flow H8 cfs Gauge height 2-32 Colorado - Widely scat- lered s;csrnoon aiy! evoning showers and thunderstorms mountains and east today and tonight and over the state Friday. Continued hot today, turning cooler moi'-itains and north Friday. Highs today 85 to 95 with 70s and low 80s mountains. Lows tonight 55 to 65 with 30s and low 40s mountains. Highs Friday 75 to 85 north, 85 to 95 south with 65 to 75 mountains. Extended forecast Saturday through Monday Colorado- Chance of showers and thunderstorms mountains and east, otherwise clear to partly cloudy through the period. Continued warm. Highs 75 to 85 with mostly 70s mountains. Lows in the 50s with 35 to 45 mountains. Wyoming -- Few thunderstorms mainly in the north this afternoon becoming widely scattered tonight. Local hail possible in the northwest portion. Otherwise partly cloudy and continued very warm today with highs in the 80s and lower 90s. Lows tonight in the 30s around Yellowstone Park to lower 50s southeast. Mostly sunny and cooler Friday with few thunderstorms southeast. Mostly sunny and cooler Friday with few .tliun- -The weather derstorms southeast portion. Highs in the 70s. NEW YORK (UP!) - The highest temperature reported Wednesday to the National Weather Sen-ice, excluding Alaska and Hawaii, was 111 degrees at Buckeye, Ariz., and Blythe, Calif. Today's low was 30 degrees at Redmond, Ore. The Weather Elsewhere By The Associated Press Thursday . . H I L O P R C O i l k Albany 67 W .01 rn Albu'que 90 60 .. cdy Amarillo 87 65 .. cdy Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charlstn SC Charlstn WV Chicago Cincinnaii Cleveland Dal Ft. 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Clr .cdy . clr . clr .06 clr .. cdy clr clr pc .31 clr .01 clr pc T pc ' pc rlr pc pc .01 clr clr clr clr clr clr Five witnesses testify in assault trial Settlement ends trial An out-of-court settlement resulted in a jury trial of a S100.000 personal injury suit being terminated in District Court Wednesday. The plaintiff's case had suffered a serious setback Tuesday afternoon when Judge Hugh H. Arnold ruled a doctor could not testify he believed injuries claimed by the plaintiff, Jack L. Madsen of Fort Morgan, were the result of the motor ' vehicle accident involved in the suit but couldn't state positively they were caused by the accident. 4 named to COG panels Four Weld County residents were appointed to subcommittees of the Larimer- Weld Council of Governments (COG) at a COG meeting Wednesday night. Appointed to the Area Agency of Aging Committee was Fred Gettman of 1206 7th St. He will represent persons 60 years old or older who use services for the elderly. Millie Stoffler of 1501 Glenmere Blvd. and Martha Benavidez of 316 10th St. were appointed to the Human Resources Committee. Both will represent disadvantaged citizens of the county. Mrs. Stoffler is director of Weld Information and Referral Service and Mrs. Benavidez is a former member of the Greeley City Council. . Marie Ego of 2023 9th Ave. was named to the aging committee. She is a counselor at Weld Mental Health Center. .Madsen had claimed he received injuries of the back, neck, ribs and spine when a motor vehicle in which he was a passenger and one driven by Baltazar Zapita were involved in an accident a half mile east of the intersection of 1-76 and Colo. 52 Aug. 20,1975. Zapita and his employers at the time. Daniel and Raymond Trupp. were defendants in the suit. The trial began Tuesday afternoon when a six-person jury was selected and the plaintiff's first witness. Stale Patrolman Albert Heinz, testified. Five witnesses testified for the people Wednesday afternoon as the assault trial of Sammy 'Gene Archer, -26, and Mary L. Christensen,, 46, 101 21st Ave., started in District Court. A jury of six men and six women was selected to hear the cas'e Wednesday morning. Judge Jonathan W. Hays is presiding at the trial. Archer is accused of assaulting three Greeley police officers and another man during an incident at a trailer park at 1717 5th St. last Nov. 5. Mrs. Christensen is accused of assaulting two of the officers and of obstructing an officer. Jerry Dye, the first witness called to testify for the prosecution by William Pharo, deputy district attorney, said Archer, whom he described as being pretty drunk at the time, had hit him in the face. He said he had grabbed Archer around the neck and later had grabbed another man who approached him and held them until police arrived. Officer David Plasters testified he had been the first policeman to arrive at the scene when he responded to a report of a disturbance at the trailer park. He said a group of about six people were arguing on his arrival and one man had a bloody face wound. Plasters said he heard Archer make a comment to Dye, then saw Archer hit Dye in the face. He said he tapped Archer on the shoulder and told him he was under arrest. The officer added that Archer swung around and "hit me in the shoulder." Plasters said he threw his baton over Archer, got a bear hug on the defendant and wrestled the other to the ground. Archer kicked him in the left thigh as he and another officer struggled to. handcuff thedefendant.hesaid. Plasters also testified that Mrs. Christensen had hit him in the face when he and another officer were trying to handcuff her after she slapped Officer Terry Moore. Moore, the next witness, said he had assisted Plasters in handcuffing Archer and getting the defendant to a patrol car. He said Archer swore and kicked at them and resisted being put in the car. Moore testified Mrs. Christensen approached while they were struggling with Archer and said, "Don't arrest him. Leave him alone." He said he advised her about three times to get back out of the way. However, he testified Mrs. Christensen returned again, grabbed his arm and told him, "You're not going to arrest him and you're not going to tell me what to do." Moore said Mrs. Christensen then started swinging at him and "hit me about three times in the face and scratched me with a ring she had on." Officer Paul Pirnat testified that Archer had suddenly bitten Man arrested after trespass incident Two trucks sustain heavy damage Heavy damage resulted in the Robert Ball of Gill sustained collision of two pickup trucks on 51,500 damage and a 1974 pickup driven by Anthony J^ 2140 ., h _ ^.^ $MOO damage when ^ A 1977 pickup driven by vehicles collided. 0 1 ,, Â· ,,.!, , L ,, , j Colo. 37 m GiB the Colorado State Patrol sa,d. Born at Weld County'General Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mock, La Salle, a daughter, on Wednesday, June 1. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Selling, Grover, a daughter, on Wednesday, June 1. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stroh, La Salle, a daughter, on Wednesday, June 1. FUNERAL FLOWERS John M. Krening John (Johnny) M. Krening, 56, of Fort Collins died of an apparent heart attack at his home Monday, May 30. Born at Loveland Nov. 20, 1920, he served in the U.S. Army during World War II. After the war he returned to Loveland. In 1975 he moved to Fort Collins where he was a yard man for Cook Lumber Co. He is survived by two brothers, Reuben and Fred Jr., both of Loveland, and four sisters, Mrs. Emma Starck and Mrs. Katherine Miller, both of Windsor, Mrs. Phyllis Haswell of Fort Collins, and Mrs. Marie Bechtold of Cheyenne, Wyo. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the Hunter Funeral Home, Loveland. Interment will be in the Loveland Burial Park. May D. Huston Mrs. May D. Huston, 88, of Eventide Nursing Home of Obituaries Greeley, died there Tuesday, May 31. She was born May 26,1889, in Georgia. In 1910, she came with her parents to Denver. She later moved to Laramie, Wyo., and came to Greeley in 1945. She was married to Sewell L. Huston Oct. 11, 1947, at Cheyenne, Wyo. Mrs. Huston was a member of the Bethel Baptist Church. She is survived by her husband, Sewel! of Loveland; a son, Roy Grindle of Santa Barbara, Calif.; and two grandchildren. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Sunset Memorial Gardens. The body will lie in state until noon Friday at the Adamson Mortuary. Megan Schildmeier Megan Marie Schildmeier, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Schiidmeier, 1032 21st Ave., died the day of her birth at Weld County General Hospital, Tuesday, May 31. Beside her parents she is survived by her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Schildmeier of Greeley and Mrs. Bertha Anderson of Aurora, and her great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Eerrier of Sterling. Mass of the Angels will be at 10 a.m. Friday in St. Peter's Catholic Church. Interment will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Macy Allnutt Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. Goldie Schulke Goldie Schulke, 63,1819 Birch Ave., died Wednesday, June 1, at Birch Avenue Manor. She was born Sept. 19,1913, in Franklin County, Neb. Survivors include two brothers, F, C. Schulke of Tacoma, Wash., and L. C. Schulke of Denver. Graveside services will be at 10:30 Monday in the Evans Cemetery. A Greeley man who allegedly'' pounded on a woman's door late Wednesday, removed the globe Hospital Dismissals Dismissed from Weld County General Hospital on Wednesday, June 1: Mrs. Theodore Tittle, Ault; Mrs. Anna Huskey, Greeley; Mrs. Flossie Muse, Hudson; Mrs. Theodore Armknecht, Wray; Jesse Smith, 2012 7th Ave. Mrs. Braulia Martinez, 1012 4th St.; Fred Hoffner, 706 27th St., Melissa Hackett, Platteville; Tanya Baloun, La Salle; Stacy Bell, Keenesburg. James Martinez, 109 16th Ave.; James White, Johnstown; Jack Brethauer, Kersey; Mrs. Steven Meisner and daughter,. 1309 14th St.; Baby girl Settje, 1305 6th St. Mrs. Michael Hunter and daughter, 1419 29lh Ave. Ct.; Mrs. Richard Kent and son, 2933 !9th St.; Mrs. Joseph Aspey, Hudson; Mrs. Mary Mueller, Greeley; Mrs. Marvin Martinez, 1323 25th Ave. Ct. Frank Miller, Nunn; Ernest Rieder, 2025 71st St. Dismissed from Memorial Hospital on Wednesday, June 1: Albert Trujillo, 1212 6th St.; Mary McBride, Platteville; Gwendolyn VanDoren, 1951 28th Ave.; Sally Contreras, Fort Morgan; Eulogia Garcia, Fort Lupton. Isabel Greigo, 2830 27th St.; Geronimo Sandobal, Fort Morgan. from her patio light and loosened the lightbulb, and then urinated and defecated on her patio was arrested by police late Wednesday. Police reported they arrested Michael Mikesell, 29, 2036 1st Ave., for investigation of second degree criminal trespass, criminal mischief and theft. He is in the Municipal Jail. Officers were called to the home at 11:20 p.m. Wednesday after the woman reported a prowler outside her hotlse. Mikesell was arrested nearby. him on the fingers as he was assisting in putting the defendant in the patrol car. He added Archer wouldn't let loose of the fingers so he struck the defendant on the neck to make him release them. The last of the five witnesses was Dr. Craig Wilson who testified he had treated Pirnat and given the officer a tetanus shot. A. M. Dominguez Jr., attorney for Archer and Mrs. Christensen, brought out, in cross-examining the three officers, that none of the officers who responded to the disturbance report had verbally identified themselves as police officers, as far as they could recall. However, Officer Moore recalled Archer had "called us pigs" while the defendant was on the ground as Plasters and Moore were trying to handcuff him. "I didn't figure it was necessary to identify ourselves asofficers,"hesaid. Dominguez also managed to bring out that the area was poorly lighted, that Plasters had arrived in an unmarked police car and was wearing a windbreaker that prevented his badge and other police identification from being seen, and that Archer had his back turned to Plasters when the defendant was advised he was under arrest. -Greeley police log WEDNESDAY a.m. 7:35 Man arrested on warrant. 8:42 Burglary reported at Kentucky Fried Chicken, 2501 W. 10th St.; nothing taken, S25 9:26 Family disturbance. 10:10 Stolen bicycle reported. 10:50 Accident at Wth Street and 10th Avenue. 11:36 Three runaway juveniles returned home, p.m. 12:12 Accident at 10th Street and 24lh Avenue. 12:19 Jim Cronkhite, 3228 W. 6th St. Rd., reported two sleeping bags and a 10-foot by 10-foot sheepskin stolen from, his semi-trailer truck; the items are worth $90. 1:08 Report of truant juveniles; officer returned them to Heath Junior High. 1:19 Man arrested on court warrant. 2:04 Stolen bicycle reported. 2:23 Two dog bites reported in north sections of city. 3:32 Family disturbance. 4:05 Accident at llth Avenue and 10th Street, 4:29 Karen Graber reported her billfold was stolen while she was shopping at The Denver. 5:58 Accident at 26th Avenue and 10th Slreet. 6:07 Man reported someone cut the gas hose to his mobile home. 7:00 Report of a woman who has threatened suicide, and she is now driving around town with a .22 caliber rifle, 12-gauge double-barrelled shotgun and another rifle in the trunk of her car. 7:02 Lynn Gravel, 1734' 8th Ave., reported someone stole an automatic telephone answering machine from her home; the machine is worth $111. 7:43 Assault reported by woman. 7:45 Robert Vasquez, 1000 26th Ave., reported vandals scratched the hood of his car. 8:20 Report of a man with a knife at 13th Avenue and 6lh Slreet. 10:08 Suspicious person reported in the 1400 block of 9th Avenue. 10:31 Disturbance reported at the Greeley Drive-In Theater. 11:02 Stolen bicycle reported. 11:03 Loud noise complaint from Glenmere Park area resident. 11:26 Woman reported a prowler.knocked on her door, then urinated and defecated on her patio. 11:54 Accident in the 1900 block of llth Avenue. THURSDAY a.m. 12:40. Loud party complaint. 12:44 Woman reported someone flattened all four tires on her car; no damage. 1:07 Report of seven juveniles in a car squirting people with a fire extinguisher; officer confiscated extinguisher. .. 1:18 Fight reported at the Latin Quarter Lounge. 1:45 Report of suspicious persons placing traffic cones on the street; officers found they were workmen preparing to paint the street. 2:35 Burglary reported at 406 20lh St. 2:48 Woman who was admitted to the hospital requiested an officer go to her home and unplug her coffee pot. 3:30 Loud party complaint. 3:35 Woman reported someone stole her children's bicycles and left two older bikes in return.
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