Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 3, 1977 · Page 6
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 6

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, June 3, 1977
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( GREELEY (Colo.) THIBUNE Kri.,June 3.1OT Greeley firemen called four times Firemen were failed to lie home of Randy Schaefer, 2827 llth St.. at noon Thursday when he became dizzy, according to fire reports. Schaefer is paralyzed because of a football injury two years ago in Greeley. Deaths and Funerals DRMSDN BERTHOLF Rosivell M. Bertholf of 1020 Charlotte, Johnstown. Husband of Doris !. Etertholf of Johnstown; father of William (Bill) M. of Pueblo; Charles of Pueblo; and Mrs. Mary Brouhard of Northglenn; brother of Mark, Raymond Beriholf, both of Pueblo and Edward of La Salle. Also survived by 11 grandchildren; four step- grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Friends who wish may give to United Methodist Church, Johnstown Memorial Fund. Services will be held at 10:CO a.m. Sat. from United Methodist Church, Johnstown. In- iermenf at Sunset Memorial Gardens. SCHULKE Gotdie Schulke of 1819 Birch Avenue, Greeley. Sister of F. C. Schulke of Tacoma, Washington, L. C. Schulke of Denver, Mrs. Barbara Biskup of Concord, California, Mrs. Pauline Gordon of Tucson, Arizona, Mrs. Pearl Baugher of Marana, Arizona. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday from Evans Cemetery. MACY ALLNUTT M O R T U A R I E S ANDREWS Arthur L. Andrews of the : Bonell Retirement Community. Father of Harry M. Andrews of Haxtun, Paul AA. Andrews of Denver, and AArs. Ethel Rediess of Alameda, California. Services 10:8) a.m. Tuesday from the Drawing Room. Interment Mizpah Cemetery, Platteville. LUDLUM . Mrs. Mabel L. Ludlum of 710 19th Street. -Mother of Kenneth Ludlum of Miami, Florida and Mrs. Minor (Ernestine) Lentfer of Sacramento, California. Grandmother of Bill Lentfer of San Jose, California, Dick Lentfer of Evans, and Mrs. Kristie Miller of Buriing- game, California. Great- grandmother of Max Lentfer of San Jose, California. Sister of Mrs. Tom Burleson of Roswell, New Mexico. Services 10:00 a.m. Monday, from the Drawing Room. Cremation. If friends wish, memorial gifts may be made to the Heart Fund. No action was required on the part of the rescue firemen, because he had recovered when they arrived. Rescue firemen from station No. 3 went to aid a 2-week-old girl 2631 4th St., at 10:35 p.m. Thursday. The girl was apparently choking, and her mother called firemen and the ambulance to aid the baby. The ambulance attendants checked the baby, and it was apparently all 'right. They advised the mother to have a doctor check the baby. At 6 a.m. Friday, firemen were called to a small fire in the street in the 1800 block of 2nd Street. An employe of Douglass Roofing was apparently filling the gas tank of a tar heater when the gasoline was ignited by the flames from the heater. The gasoline can caught fire, and was thrown into the street. There was $50 damage. At 7:48 a.m. Thursday, someone called firemen to report a man lying in the street in the 500 block of 12th Avenue. Firemen arrived to find a drunk man who had been sleeping in the street all night. Police probe burglaries Burglaries to a home, a plumbing shop and a report of additional items which were stolen from a storage locker earlier this week were investigated by police Thursday. During the Memorial Day weekend, someone pried the locks off 64 storage lockers at Stor-Mor Inc., 20251st Ave., and more than $700 worth of items were reported stolen from the lockers. Police have been . in-, vestigating the burglaries, and reported Thursday $755 worth of items were stolen from the rental locker of Luther Burns, 2337 5th Ave., during the weekend thefts.. At the N.O. NeLson Plumbing Company shop, 606 12th St., someone broke two windows to gain entry to the building late Wednesday or early Thursday, then took 5280 worth of items from the basement. Manuel Torrez, 1708 15th Ave., told police someone has been taking items from his home at various times 'during the past week. Taken from the Torrez home were two men's wristwatches, a transistor radio and two rings, totaling S169 worth of items. \ MONUMENTS 1 j and MARKERS ] Quality Workmanship Downtown for over 50 years. Open Saturdays till noon. Ralph Hollister JonnDalton GREELEY MONUMENT WORKS, Inc. Flowers say you a/re, share, mmmbw For a complete seteciion ol sympathy flowers, call your FTD Florist. -- Your Extra Touch Florists'* The weather UNCrepoft«of6..m. degrees at Buckeye. Ariz. Mpls-St.P. High Thursday 94(34c) Today's low was 29 degrees at New Orleans Low this morning 53(12c Bradford, Pa. Barometer 29.89, rising (!012.3mb) Tlie»'«lhfrElsfubfW Precipitation trace Uy The Associated Press Thursday's high of 94 (34c) Friday 111 LO HHC Ollk Albany was a new record for Greeley, passing the former record high Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charlstn SC Charlsln WV Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Dal Ft. Wth Denver Des Moines Detroit Dululh Fairbanks Helena Honolulu Houston Ind'apolis Jacks'ville Juneau Kan's City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Memphis Miami Milwaukee Trees planted af Centennial Village The Greeley Area Appliance Dealers donated six trees to Centennial Village at Island Grove Park recently, and the trees were planted inside the village area and around the outside. The donation included two silver maple trees and four cottonless cottonw'ood trees. Accepting the trees, left, were John Kinkade, chairman of the village committee, and Florence Clark of the Municipal Museum. Presenting the trees for the U dealers in the association are Glen English, Montgomery Ward, Larry .Wallace, Home Light and Power, Bill Kahler, Kahler's Appliance, and' Art Siuckey, Agland Inc. The donated trees are in the background as a certificate of appreciation is presented to the members. (Tribune photo by Mike Peters) Greeley police log THURSDAY a.m. 7:30 Barbara Scott, 1410 10th Ave., reported vandalism to her car; radio antenna damaged. 8:00 Burglary reported at N.O. Nelson Plumbing Company, 606 12th St. 8:20 Vandalism to pop machine reported at Stor-Mor, 2025 1st Ave. 8:40 Theft reported at McDonalds Hamburgers, 2912 W. 10th St.; antique horse harness stolen. 8:41 Accident at 10th Street and 10th Avenue. 8:51 Jon Erickson reported ?45 worth of tools were stolen from him. -Obituaries 9:03 Report of juveniles 2:23 Accident at 9th Avenue parking their cars in a church and 9th Street, parking lot at 16th Street and 2:28 Accident at 3211 W. 10th 21st Avenue. St. 9:37 Runaway reported. Mabel Ludlum Mrs. Mabel L. Ludlum, 89,710 ISth St., died Friday, June 3, at Weld County General Hospital. She was born April 22,1888, at Elizabethtown, N.M., later attending the University of New Mexico at Las Vegas, N.M. She took graduate courses at the University of Colorado. For many years she taught in the elementary schools in New Mexico, Wyoming and Colorado. More recently, she taught Spanish at Bonell Retirement Community, and tutored until last year. On Nov. 6, 1915, she was married to Ernest V. Ludlum, who authored a book on the southwest. He died July 17, 1976. They resided in Greeley since 1948, coming here from Golden. She was a member of the American Association of University Women and of the Business and Professional Women's Club. Survivors include a son, Kenneth of Miami, Fla.; a daughter, Mrs. Minor (Ernestine) Lentfer of Sacramento, Calif.; two grandsons. Bill Lentfer of San Jose, Calif., and Dick Lentfer of Evans; a granddaughter, Mrs. Kristie Miller of Burlingame, Cal'i.; a sister, Mrs. Tom Burleson of Roswell, N.M., and a great-grandson, Max Lentfer of San Jose. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday in the Macy Allnutt Drawing Room. Cremation. Friends may make memorial contributions to the Heart Fund. Charles Sfiafer Charles Shafer, 90, of Kenton Manor Nursing Home, died there Thursday, June 2. Ethel Rediess of Alameda, He was born March 10, 1887, Calif.; 16 grandchildren and a at Coon Rapids; Iowa. number of great-grandchildren. In 1914 he married Lena Services will be at 10 a.m. Lillian Rhymeal St. Paul Minn. Tuesday in the Macy Allnutt They lived at Bennett and Drawing Room. Interment will Byers most of their married be in Mispah Cemetery, life. She died in October, 1971. Platteville. He came to Greeley three years ago to be with his daughter as his health failed. juvenile 2:54 Woman received obscene telephone calls. 9:55 Stolen bicycle reported. 3:00 Stolen bicycle reported. . 10:22 Woman reported her 3:40 Glenmere area resident wallet was stolen. reported persons were drinking 10:35 Ricky Hesener reported beer in the park, the CB radio was stolen from 4:00 Stolen bicycle reported, his car . . 5:29 Burglary at 1708 15th 10:37 Greeley .Finance Ave. Company repossessed the car 5:46 Stolen bicycle reported, of a Greeley woman. 7:10 Accident at 2544 9th Ave. 10:41 Larry Smith reported Ct. vandals damaged his car 7:11 Accident at 10th Street and 25th Avenue. 8:25 Vandalism at 2036 1st Ave. 10:07 Stolen bicycle reported. 11:00 Firecrackers complaint received. FRIDAY a.m. 12:22 Indecent exposure reported. 12:28 Loud party complaint. 1:01 Woman reported she was windshield, p.m. 12:40 Runaway juvenile. of 52 (33c) on June 2,1940. Albu'que The highest temperature ever Amarillo recorded here on a June 3 was Anchorage 95 (35c) in 1933, and the lowest Asheville was 32 (Oc) in 1954. Atlanta The sun will rise at 5:31 a.m. Birmingham Saturday and will set at 8:24 Bismarck p.m. River conditions as ef 8 a.m. Flow 120 cfs Gauge height 2.23 Colorado -- Widely scattered showers and thunderstorms mountains and east through Saturday. Continued hot daytime temperatures. Highs today and Saturday 80s to low 90s with 70s to low 80s mountains. Low tonight 50s and low 60s with 30s and low 40s mountains. Extended outlook (Sunday through Tuesday) Colorado -- Chance of showers and thunderstorms mountains and east, otherwise clear to partly cloudy. Continued warm. Highs 85 to 95 with 75 to 85 mountains. Lows, in the mid 50s to low 60s with 30s and low 40s mountains. Wyoming--Widely scattered thunderstorms mainly in the east this afternoon and evening. Otherwise clear to partly 'cloudy through Saturday. Continued warm with highs both days in the 80s. Lows tonight in the 30s northwest corner to the 40s and lower 50s elsewhere. NEW YORK (11PI) The highest temperature reported Thursday to the National Weather Service, excluding Alaska and Hawaii, was 113 Audubon trip set Saturday A field trip to the National Audubon Society's Eagle Rock Sanctuary has been planned for. interested persons Saturday. Sponsors of the trip are the Greeley Audubon Society and the Boulder Audubon Society. Bill Harmon, plant taxonomist at UNC, will guide participants through the grasslands area. Those going on the trip are asked to meet at "the first gas station on the right side of U.S. 85 on the south edge of Eaton" at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. A lunch, raincoat and heavy shoes, binoculars and cameras are suggested for those going on the trip. New York Okla. 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La Junta Lamar Leadville Pueblo Trinidad 96 63 90 55 82 48 96 64 98 60 92 59 70 30 94 54 86 54 pc PC clr clr pc pc pc pc pc pc clt pc pc PC Hi-Previous day's high. Lo--This morning's low. Prc--Precipitation for 24 hours ending 8 a.m. EDT today. Otlk--Sky conditions outlook for today. NATIONAL WEATHEB SIRVtCT. N O A A . U " O t p t D| C o m m r . C F WEATHER FORECAST - Clear to partly-cloudy skies and generally warm weather is forecast Friday for most of the nation. Showers are forecast for the central Plains and the western Gulf coast. (AP Wirephoto Map) Three injured in city traffic frightened by a man wearing no pants who was standing at the foot of her stairs. 1:57 Fight reported in the 700 block of 20th Street. 2:38 Loud music complaint. , . , 3:30 Report of three juveniles Lester of Greeley, Walter of nis home Thursday, June 2. He riding bicycles in the 3300 bUrek Roswell Bertholf Roswell M. Bertholf, 1020 Survivors include three sons, chaMte, Johnstown, died at Morrill, Neb., and Robert of was 39 Firth, Idaho; three daughters He was ^^ April ]3i , 918| at Mrs. Dorothy Holder of Rewanee, m. At the age of 8 he Greeley, Mrs. Nellie Beelheart came with his parents to of Firth , UL, and Mrs. Gladys p ue |,i 0 15 grand- Meyer of Byers; children and 25 great- grandchildren. ' Services will be at the On Oct. 5, 1929, he married Doris I. Patterson at Florence. They came to Greeley in 1945, and he worked as a field man of 16th Street and they were looking in parked cars along the street. 4:00 A bouquet of plastic flowers was found in the street in the 2200 block of West 10th Street; possibly stolen from Merna's Flowers. Howard Mortuary, Denver. for Denver Mjlk Produ cers. In Interment will be in the Byers , 959 ^ moved to Johnstown Cemetery. Adamson Mortuary where he became a , aperv j sor for the Dairy Herd Improvement Association. At is in charge of local arrangements. Friends may make memorial tnc time ,,. hjs retirern ent in contributions to the Strasburg April o{ this year ne was a Ambulance and Rescue Squad, i aboratory ma ,iager for DHIA. in care of Mrs. Gladys Meyer, He was a member of the Byers, Colo. Arthur Andrews Arthur L. Andrews, 96, of Bonell Retirement Community, died Thursday, June 2, at Beth Israel Hospital in Denver. Born at Weld County General United Methodist Church at Johnstown. Survivors include his wife, Hospital to: Doris; two sons, William (Bill) Mr. and Mrs. Andrew San- M. and Charles, both of Pueblo; chez, 310 9th St., a, son, on a daughter, Mrs. Mary Thursday, June 2. Brouhard of Northglenn; three Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hilton, Greeley police investigated two traffic accidents Thursday, which totaled more than $1,200 in damages to four cars, and caused injuries to three persons. At 2:20"p.m. Thursday, cars dirven by Mark Hoffman, 21, 1513 9th Ave., and Darrell Driskill, 1913 2nd St., collided at the intersection of 9th Street and 9th Avenue, injuring Hoffman and a passenger in his car. Hoffman received only minor injuries, according to police, and did not require emergency medical care. A passenger in his car, Kathy Atkinson, 17, Portage, Wis., was treated at Weld County General Hospital and released. The Hoffman car received $300 damage, while damage to the Driskill car was set at $200. Janice Kay Chisholm, 19, 711 35th Ave. Ct., was treated at Weld County Hospital and released late Thursday after the car she was driving was involved in a collision with a car driven by Robin O'Rorke, Fort O'Rorke car and $350 in Collins. damages to the Chisholm auto, There was $400 damage to the police reported. Patrol investigates three traffic crashes In three Weld County traffic, accidents investigated by. the Colorado State Patrol Thursday and early Friday, two persons sustained minor injuries, and a deer was killed. John D. Loza, 35, Frederick, was taken to Longmont United Hospital Thursday afternoon after he received numerous bruises in an accident at Weld Road 11 and Weld Road 24. The driver of the other car was identified as Bonnie Campbell, Loveland. She was not injured, in the head-on collision, which demolished the Loza car and caused $1,500 the Campbell auto. At 12:30 a.m. Friday, Raymond Mungia, 27, rural Greeley, suffered minor cuts and bruises in a one-car accident two miles west of Greeley on 59th Avenue. Mungia's car was demolished when it ran off the road, struck a fence and overturned. There was $70 damage to a fence owned by Jess Kohler, 14489 Weld Road 66. Bryan Klausner, Kersey, escaped injury, but the car he was driving received '5600 damage, and a deer was killed in an accident at 7 a.m. Thursday two miles east of Greeley on U.S. 34. The patrol said the deer was worth $100. He was born at Hope, Kan., brothers, Mark and Raymond, Loveland, a son, on Thursday, Jan. 3, 1 They came to Morgan County where they homesteaded in both of Pueblo, and Edward of June 2. On Aug. 14,1901, he married La Salle; 11 grandchildren; Mr. and Mrs. Bert T. Harvey, lantha L. Tolbert at Holland, four stepgrandsons and one 30 Alles Dr., a daughter, on Kan. She died Oct. 11, 1972. great-grandson. f Thursday, June 2. Services will be at 10 a.m. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Saturday in the United Boehm, Windsor, a son, on March, 1914. For 55 years they Methodist Church at John- Monday, May 30, at Weld farmed in the Platteville and stown. Interment will be In County General Hospital. He Greeley areas and moved to Sunset Memorial Gardens. nas Deen ' named Michael Greeley 26 years ago. - Adamson Mortuary is in charge Christopher. Grandparents are He was a member of the of arragements. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boehm. of Greeley Christian Church. Friends may make con- Greeley and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Survivors include two sons, tributions to the Memorial Zimmerman of La Salle. Great- Harry M. of Haxtun and Paul Fund of the United Methodist grandmother is Mrs. Fannie M. of Denver; a daughter, Mrs. Church at Johnstown. Deuel of Creeley. Hospital Dismissals Dismissed from Weld County General Hospital on Thursday, June 2: Thomas Roche, 1702 26th Ave. Ct.; Mrs. Osborne Downey, La Salle; Joe Mandez, 1207 6th St.; Robert Robinson, Denver; David Jacoby, 1501 31sl Ave. James McHale, 3102 17th Ave.; Edwin Griess, Windsor; Mrs. Michael Schlidmeier, 1032 2lst Ave.; Mrs. Daniel Schellenberg and son, Roggen; Mrs. Stephen Boehm and son, Windsor. Mrs. Manuel Montoya, La Salle; Carolyn Redden, Eaton: Pair arrested for fishing at La Salie Trout Farm Two Weld County youths were arrested for investigation of trespassing early Friday after they were allegedly caught fishing in the La Salle Trout Farm ponds. Arrested were Thomas O'Keeffe, 19, 1014 6th St., and Michael Fagerberg, 19, Windsor. According to Weld County Sheriff's reports, Blackie Valencia, owner of the trout farm was awakened at 3:15 a.m. Friday when his dogs began barking. Valencia found two persons fishing in the trout rearing ponds and held them at gunpoint until a deputy arrived to place them in custody. 4 PNs capped Three students from the Greeley area at Larimer County Voc-Tech Center at Fort Collins will receive caps to signify entering the intensive training phaseof their practical nursing studies. They will be "capped" during ceremonies at 8 p.m. Friday at Fort Collins. They are Charles Cramer, Patricia Roberts, and Barbara Welch.

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