Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 23, 1973 · Page 6
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Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, April 23, 1973
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ti GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Mon,, April 23, IKS Ualeton postmaster, Kenneth B. (Swede) Dillard of Pierce and ^ rs Jeanetle ziegler of Shaklee C o l o r a d o C a t t l e m e n ' s fort Collins; 14 grandchildren r ,, ,, «K\? , « u , Associalion ' lhe Colorado and eight great-grandchildren. Orville B. Shaklee, 3100 W. Fee der S ' Association and was A ^ Nea , Di i lard , was 28lh St., a long resident of president of the Terry Grazing killed ,,, ac(ion ,,, ,, al in World Weld County, and prominent Association. War II farmer and cattle feeder, died Surviving, in addition to his Also ' s u r v i v i n g are s j x Saturday at Fairacres Manor w j fe| are t| iree daughters, Mrs. brotners and sisters w H er- where he had been a patient for Shirley June Howard and sfche , D jn ar d of Manzanita one month. He had been in crystal May Shaklee, both of 0 Edward Dillard and Mrs failing health for eight months. Greeley, and Mrs. Charlotte Dora Ramsey both of Lebanon, BorninCorbin,Kan,Sept.2B, Hope Tegtman of Keenesburg; Tenn Mrs Mary Anderson of 1909, he came to Briggsdale and six grandchildren. Liuletolli Mrs . Ione B utler of with his parents in an im- - Also surviving are a brother O ld Hickory, Tenn., and Mrs. migrant car in 1916, and lived an d three sisters, the Rev. Willie Coffey of Kingston Tenn there on a homestead until he Charles G. Shaklee and Mrs. Services will be at l' p m was 14 years old, then moved to Lee (Luc iii e , Cobb, both of Wed nesday in the Adamson Keenesburg-Prospect Valley W ray; M rs. Gerald. (Beulah) Memoria i chapel . interment community where he lived until Edelen of Go lden and Mrs. w m be in the Eaton Cemetery he moved to Greeley in 1960. Wes i ey (Gladya) Morton of K riends who wish may He married Mary Helen Cebu, Philippines. contribute in his memory to the Brandt at Keenesburg, April 9, Services will be at 3:30 p.m., bui i din g fund of , he Eaton Wednesday at the First B a ptj s t church. Assembly of God Church. Interment will be in Sunset MONO AldlliZ 1939. He was a member of the First Assembly of God Church, and was one of the organizers of the Memorial Gardens. Adamson First Assembly of God Chur- Mortuary is in charge of ches at Keenesburg and Prospect Valley. He was also a life member of the National Riflemen's Association, the arrangements. Frank Barnhart Mario Paul Alaniz, Route 1, Platteville, died Friday, April 20, at Weld County General Hospital from injuries incurred in a one-car accident east of the Greeley police log TM - '. '" * n . nn I i * n l i - n . . d l a P f l U B ..-,. SATURDAY ·..«. SUNDAY : Chdiln,eTMewe.eri? 2 6rf '7.-S6 Car blocking driveway 'l2:36 Juvenile arrested for »th Av «; jj reported 1509 9th Ave. driving under the influence. z - sl wmpiaim ra-e tt 8:34 Slop sign reported bent Released to custody of his noisy motorcycles, 2333 W. 28t| across sidewalk al 7lh Avenue grandfather. sl ' ' · . - h . n i2 and 19thStreet. Man dispatched i:25 Suspicious activity 12:57 Abandoned vehicle lo repair. reported 3211 W. lOlh St. reported lllh Avenue and 14t|j 9:28 Abandoned vehicle Woman reporls someone trying Street. jj reported 1773 30th St. ' to break into trailer. Gone on . 1:15 _ B .'^ 1 l )arts found *? 10:45 Motorbikes reported arrival. driving recklessly in Wilshire 2:42 Open door, 145 16th St. Shopping Center.- Building checked secure. 10:51 Auto accident, 9lh 4 ; i p Blocked driveway Avenue and 13th Street. reported 401 lllh Ave. p.m. 7:20 Delivered Message. 12:16 Man reported riding 8:46 Recovered stolen auto, motorcycle on lawn, 1015 32nd 27lh Avenue and 16lh Slreet. Ave. Party advised. 8:58 Traffic lights malfunc- playground, Jackson School; 12:22 Vandalism reported to Honing at 9th Avenue and llth 6:41 Person reporls larceng fence 2724 W. 15lh St. Van- street. from Goodwill box al downtowjj dalism occurred Ihree months g : o3 Suspicious person Safeway. Unfounded. » ago, no report filed. reported near Seventh Day 5:41 Open door, reported 815 12:28 Woman reports Adventisl Church, 23rd Avenue harassing phone calls. and Sth Streel. Unfounded. 9:42 False alarm at home under construction, 1831 lawn, 1008 B St. 2:38 Disturbance reported 90J' 4th St. 'J 4:23 Kids reported shooting bb gun-al birds, Olh Avenue and 14th Slreel. Unable lo locate! 4:31 Kids on motorbike* reported buzzing other kids oji Deaths and Funerals RDRMSDN ALANIZ Mario Paul Alaniz of Rt. 1, Platteville. Husband of Mrs. Cinthy Alaniz; father of Yvette Nina and Paul Christopher Alaniz of Platteville; son of Mr. and Mrs. Luciano Alflni? of Platteville; brother of George Alaniz of Gilcrest, Mrs. Beatrice Hernandez of Gilcresl, Joe Angel Alaniz and Luciano Alaniz, Jr., both of Greeley. Recitation of Rosary 7: 00 p.m. Monday, from Adamson Memorial Chapel. Mass of the Resurrection at 1:30 p.m Peace. Interment Sunset Memorial Gardens. . Frank M. Barnhart of Tunis, air P° rt on A P nl 15 ' I Mo., brother-in-law of I. W. He was born at Hot Spring's, Ferrell and Mrs. Grace Witt- Wyo., Oct. 10, '1946, but was mer, both of Greeley, died reared in the Gilcrest corn- Sunday afternoon, April 22, at munily where he lived most of the Cox Medical Center in his life. He married Cinthy -Springfield, Mo. He was 76. Juiroz at Tulia., Tex., April 18, A native of Dallas County, 1969. Mo.,hehadlivedallofhislifein Survivors, in addition to Jlis the same community. wife, Cinthy, are a daughter, He is survived by his wife, Yvetle N i n a , a son, Paul Mrs. Ethel Barnhart of Tunis; Christopher, and his parents, two sons, Frank Barnhart Jr. of Mrs. and Mrs. Luciano Dallas, Tex., and Calvin Alaniz, all of Platteville, and Barnhart of California, and three brothers and one sister, numerous grandchildren. Also George A l a n i z and Mrs. surviving is a sister, Mrs. Cora Beatrice Hernandez,, both of Nessan of Buffalo, Mo. Gilcrest, and Joe Angel Alaniz Funeral services will be at 11 and Luciano Alaniz Jr., bolh of a.m., Wednesday, at the Jones Greeley. Mortuary at Buffalo, Mo. Recitation of the Rosary will be at 7 p.m., Monday, in the Conrad Wagiier Adamson Memorial Chapel.- Funeral services for Conrad Mass of the Resurrection will. J. Wagner, 1232 Sherman SI., be sung at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Tuesday, from Our Lady of Longmont, will be held a! 1:30 at Our Ladv of Peace Calholic D~*..-« I-* 1 c x ._. . Church. Interment will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Jake Oster BIGLER Miss l.ydia A. Bigler of Bonell Retirement Community. Arrangements later. D I L L A R D Samuel (Dick) F. Dillard of Galeton. Arrangements later. SHAKLEE Orville B. Shaklee of 3100 W. 28th St. Husband of ^Mrs. Mary Helen 'Shaklee; father of Mrs. Shirley June Howard of Greeley, Mrs. Charlotte Hope Tegtman of Keenesburg, and Crystal May Shaklee of Greeley; brother of Rev. Charles G. Shaklee of Wray, Mrs. Lee (Lucille) Cobb of Wray, Mrs. Gerald (Beulah) Edelen of Golden, and Mrs. Wesley (Gladys) Morton of Cebu, Philippines. Also survived by six grandchildren, Jonathan Birdette Howard, Jennifer Mary Christine Howard, James Russell Tegtman 11, LeLanie Renee Hope Tegtman, Rachelle Rose Mary Tegtman, Sunsara Tara Desiree Tegtman. Services will be held at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, from the First Assembly of God. Interment Sunset Memorial Gardens. · MACY ALLNUTT M O R T U A R I E S KISLER Mrs. Mary T. Kisler of 1222 26th St. Mother ot Mrs. Genevieve Lawrenson of Greeley, Gerald Kisler of Mesa, Ariz., G. William Kisler ot Houston, Mrs. Mary t.iz Mott and Charles E. Kisler both of Denver. Private family services 1 p.m. Tuesday from the Drawing Room. Eastern Star services at Crown Hill Cemetery, Denver, by Unity Chapter No. 97. LOPEZ Faustino Lopez of 1807 Sth Street, formerly of Eaton. Father of Mrs. Patricia Gutierrez of Greeley, Mrs. Rachel Chavez and Pete Lopez both of Compton, Calif., Mrs. Mary Espinoza of Santa Ana, Calif., Alex Lopez ot Medford, Oregon, Julian Lopez and John Lopez both of Eaton, Mrs Elizabeth Myrick and Mn Hope Gregory both of Klamath Falls, Oregon, and Robert Lopez of Fort Collins. Recitation of the Rosary 8 p.m. Monday from the Eaton Chapel. Mass of the Resurrection 10 a.m. Tuesday from St. Michael's Catholic Church, Eaton. Interment Eaton Cemetery. OSTER Jake Oster Jr. of the Bonoll Retirement Community, formerly of Gilcrest. Grandfather of Eugene Oster of Longmont. Brother of Gottlieb Oster of Greeley and Adolph Oster of Walla Walln, Washington. Services 2:00 p.m. Wednesday from the Drawing Room. Interment Linn Grove Cemetery. p.m., Tuesday, at Christ C o n g r e g a t i o n a l C h u r c h , Mountain View and Francis Streets, Longmont, Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery at Lungmonl. Jake Oster Jr., a resident of the Bonell Retirement Corn- Wagner was born at Saratow, munity, died early Easter Russia, Oct. 4; 1892, and came Sunday, April 22, at Weld to the United Slates with his County General Hospital. He' parents, who settled first in was 83. ^ New York in 1901. He was a Born at Odessa, Russia, April retired farmer, and lived most 18, 1879, he came to the United of his adult life in northern States from Russia in 1S02. He Colorado, farming at Plat- was a retired farmer and Great teville from 1939-1941, and the Western Sugar Co. employe at remainder of the'time in the Johnstown. His wife, Katie died Longmont-Mead community, in 1969. Survivors include his wife, Survivors include a grandson, the former Am malic Henkel; Eugene Oster of Longmont; two three sons, Dan Wagner and brothers, Gottlieb Oster of Robert Wagner, both of Greeley and Adolph Oster of Longmont; three sons and two \Walla Walla, Wash.; four daughters, Dan and Robert grandchildren and one great- Wagner and Mrs. Pauline Pope, great-grandchild, all of Longmont, Elmer Wagner. Services will be at 2 p.m., of Arvada, and Mrs. Irene Wednesday, in the Macy Allnutt Peppier of Gilcrest. One son, -Drawing Room. Interment will David Wagner, died in World be in Linn Grove Cemetery. War II. Also surviving are three brothers, four sisters, 13 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Eliza Hunter Mrs. Eliza V. Hunter, 86 Weather forecast Cooler temperatures are forecast Monday for northern and most central states. Warmer weather is forecast across the southern tier of · elates and for most of the Atlantic coast. Showers are t'orecasl for the Mississippi Valley and the Northeast. (AP Wirephoto Map) (UNCreportasof6a.m.) Kansas City 6 6 5 7 c | r High Sunday 62 Los Angeles 85 60 clr Low this morning 35 Memphis 73 622.00 rn Barometer 29.93, steady Miami 70 72 c 'lr Precipitation none New Orleans 79 66 cdy Total for year 4.25 New York 86 68 cdy Highest temperature- ever Orlando 85 62 clr recorded here on an April 23 philad'phia 86 59 cdy was 85 in 1954; lowest was 22 in phoenix 86 55 clr 1931. Pittsburgh 77 59 rn Sun will rise Tuesday at 5:09 PI'land, Ore. 63 47 .01 cdy a.m. and will set at 6:47 p.m. Rapid Cily 64 37 cdy Colorado -- Partly cloudy St. Louis 75 56 rn with no large changes in lem- Sail I.ake 62 46 cdy perature. Highs 55 to 65 with Snn Diego · 75 58 clr 40s mountains. Low tempera- San Fran 75 48 clr lures 25 to 35 with 10 to 20 Scallle 55 42 .20 rn mountains. Spokane Colorado--Increasing cloudiness south tonight wilh scattered snow flurries m a i n l y mountains. Chance of a few Canon City showers lower elevations Cheyenne tonight and early Tuesday, L ' ol ° Springs 'becoming parlly cloudy and Craig ·cooler most sections Tuesday Crook 'with chance of a few snow Denver iflurries mountains. Low tonight Iteming '25 to 35 with 5 lo 15 mountains. Vorl Collins 'High Tuesday 50s and a few low Grand Jet '60s wilh 35 lo 45 mountains. Wyoming Variable cloudi- Wnshinglon Alamosa 65 38 85 65 110 63 La Junta Lamar ness tonight with scallered Leadville showers or snow showers. Cool- Pueblo cr tonight. Tuesday partly cloudy with chance of a few snow showers mountains and cooler south. Low lonight 20s wilh 5 lo 15 mountains. High Tuesday 40s wilh 25 lo 35 mountains. The Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HI Lo Prc Otlk cdy clr cdy 57 20 clr 64 32 clr 52 38 cdy 60 34 cdy 53 28 cdy 63 33 cdy 63 36 cdy M 34 clr 59 36 cdy 61 40 clr 67. 36 clr GO 34 clr 57 cdy 69 36 cdy 12:23 Assisted woman in unlocking car. 12:52 Woman reporls boys hit Frontier Rd. her with rock. Boys gone on arrival. 9th Ave. 2:10 Abandoned auto, 13247th io : 52 Vandalism reported lo Ave. 24-hour check begun. truck at Monfort Distribuling, 2:31 Shoplifter reported at K-. mh Avenue and 7th Street. Mart. Unfounded, damage was old. 3:34 Motorbikes reported p. m . making noise in lot northwest of Gibson's. Parties advised. 5:02 Disturbance, 210 16th Ave. Ct. Man reports neighbors are drunk and throwing beer cans on his lawn. Parties advised. 5:22 Blocked alley reported 1850 13th Ave. 7:29 Auto prowl reported at Cooper Twin Theater. Man reports 20 tapes taken from his car. 7:56 Woman reports receiving threats. Turned oul to be misunderstanding belween husband and wife. 8:25 Dislurbance reported 3821 Sth St. Advised and assisted. 9:05 Auto accident, hit and run, 1719 9th St. 9:42 Boy riding motorbike hit guy line on 23rd Avenue in vicinity of Heath Junior High. Taken to Weld County General 23rd Ave., Brown's BOOK Binding. Employe was cleaning up. a 6:24 Fight reported ig progress al the west parking loj 10:14 Car fire reported 114 N. of the Department of MoloJ Vehicles. g 0:30 Autos reported blocking alley, I2lh Avenue and 18tfi Street. 5 6:33 Possible break-i§ reported in progress aj Franklin School. Unfounded} 8:11 Auto accident, 10th Avenue and 25th Street. '·» 9:35 Family disturbances Husband and wife arguing* Advised and assisted. 2 11:10 Burglary reported 302 13th St. Nothing taken. £ MONDAY ·* p.m. .; 12:12 Man reporls his molhel City Planning Commission to discuss 6 items Six items are on the agenda for the City Planning Commission's regular meeting at the City Complex al 3 p.m. Tuesday. The items are: Woodbriar 1st Replat, 2nd had been assaulted in Hillsid.4 Laundromat. " 12:15 Auto accident, 7lj] Avenue and 18th Slrcet. u 12:54 Fire reported between Filing at 17lh Street Road and houses in the 1300 block of 9th' Hospital. 9:50 Auto accident, 1200 block of 5th Street. 11:19 Loud party, 2415 6lh Ave., No. 2. Subjects advised to keep it quiet. 30th Avenue; street dedication. Street. Persons were camping south half of 1st Streel,between between houses and were 25th Avenue Court and 27lh roasting marshmallows. " Avenue. i ; os Open window reported 4 Special approval of nursing American Family Insurance; home application of David T. Building checked secure. · Walts at 16th Slreel nnd 29lh "' Avenue Place; consideration of rezoning strip of land in Shupe Annexation al 17lh Slreel and 30lh Avenue from R-3 lo R-l residential. Approval of subdivision 1:25 Man arrested on felony warrant from Clay Center] Kan. ';! 2:30 Open door reported at Geriatrics, 292B W. lOlh Stj Building checked secure. ^ 4:11 Alarm reported Mont.? regulations, discuss amending gomery Wards in Greeley ·ynnitia MrHtnjinpn n « _ , i ·* zoning Mall. Hospital Dismissals Dismissed from Weld County General Hospital on Saturday, April 21: Ronald Foos, 2405 13th Ave.; Clifford Elkleberry, 2040 Crescent Drive, Orchard Park, 4th Ave.; Donald»Dennel, Rl. 4; N.Y., died Saturday, April 21, Tina Berig, 2414 7th SI.; Tame following a long-illness. She was Agcns, 1811 6lh St. Rd. 73. Mrs. Hunter was born Mrs. Ester Krum, 406 18th in St.; Mrs. Floyd'Edwards, 2618 Kentucky, Aug. 23, 1899. She 6th St.; Mrs. Mary Hunter, 607 was the widow of Joe T. Hunter, 23rd St.; Nick Ravithis, 3033 W. and had lived in Greeley from sth St.; Austin McConville, 527 1939 until 1969. For a number of wth Ave. years she was the Welcome Ave.; Mrs. Louva Campbell, Wagon hostess for the Greeley Ft. Lupton; Raymond Taylor, area. 412 27th St.; George James, 1812 She is survived by Iwo sth Ave.; Paul Dhooge, daughters, Mrs. A. C. (Laura Wiggins. Lee) Dixon of La Plata, Mo., Phillip Haas, Windsor; and Mrs. Lynn ( V i r g i n i a ) ) Donald Lorenz, La Salle; Roy Hagemeisler of Orchard Park, Allen, Loveland; Mrs. Wilbur N.Y.; and four grandchildren. Lockwood, Loveland; Mrs. Memorial services will be Keith Weeks, 2036 1st Ave. held Tuesday morning al St. Mrs. Bernard Sachs and Mark's Episcopal Church in daughter, 2630 W. 20lh St.; Mrs. Orchard Park. Inurnment ot Andrew Sisneros and daughter, the cremains will be in a fam- 2316 Sth St.; Mrs. Dennis Albany Albu'que Amarilio Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck' Hoise Boston Brownsville Buffalo 76 Charleston *. Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Denver Des Moines Detroit Dululh Fairbanks Fort Worth Green Bay Helena Honolulu 86 59 70 42 75 45 43 31 78 56 77 60 78 62 43 27 64 -14 84 67 80 73 45 .21 76 67 81 61 64 44 73 55 74 57 63 :16 66 49 69 48 47 29 35 24 73 70 63 i!8 61 36 84 73 .12 cdy clr cdy clr cdy cdy rn cdy cdy cdy cdy .12cdy cdy cdy clr rn .02 cdy cdy clr .42 clr .01 cdy cdy .05 cdy clr cdy clr Fire report One fire was reported in Greeley over lhe weekend when a car received S150 damage Sunday morning, according to the Greeley Fire Departmenl. .The car fire, in the alley al 114 N. 9th Ave., may have begun when children were playing and possibly smoking in lhe back seat of lhe car, fire department officials said. Stork Express Born at Weld Counly General .Hospital lo: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tisdale, 1931 llth Ave., a son, on Saturday, April 21. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Winkclman. 2128 28lh Ave., a son, on Saturday, April 21. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cumiford. Briggsdale, a daughter, on Sunday, April 22. Mr. and Mrs. Re.naldo Olivo, 418',i 8lh Ave.; a son, on Sunday, April 22. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond EisenachjPlalleville, a son, on Sunday, April 22. How does compound interest woritf ily plol at La Plata, Mo. The f a m i l y suggests memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society. Burson and son, Platleville; Mrs. Kenneth Hooker and daughter, 2428 Reservoir Rd.; Mrs. Daniel Hummel and daughter, 1759 Fern Ave. Mrs. Terry Brownlee and daughter, 137 14th Ave.; Mrs. Samuel Dillard Samuel F. (Dick) Dillard, former Galeton postmaster nnd George Ruff. 2449 Sunset Lane; businessman, died early M r s . Kenneth M u i r h e a d , Monday at Weld County General Hospital where he had been a patient for six days. He was 75. Born May 24, 1897, at Lebanon, Tenn., he was reared and educated Ihorc, and married Mary E. Jones, Dec. 28, 1918. They came lo Galeton the following year, and owned and operated Hie store and post office al Galeton u n t i l he retired. He was very aclive In community affairs, nnd was a Evans; Mrs. David Shepar- 813 4lh SI.; Isidore Pisann, 906 C St.; Mrs. Harry Cross, 2635 49lh .Ave. Cl. Dismissed from Wold Counly General Hospilal on Sunday, April 22: Juan M a r t i n e z , Kvans; Herbert Walter, Windsor; Gregory Lakin, 1840 Kronlicr ltd.; Nalhnn Frick, 613 36lh Ave.; Rhonda Bragdon, 2168 Biiena Visla Dr. Kathcrine Lutz, Windsor; Aulhur Jiminra, Fl. Collins; member of lhe Enlon Baplist Bob White, llriggsdnle; Dores Church. Surviving, in addition lo his wife, Mrs. Mnry K. (Bes.» Dillnrd, are Iwo sons and a Swift, Loveland; Robert Martinez, 213 l l l h Ave. Wanda Boston, 1310 12lh St.; William Trujillo, M i l l i k c n ; daughter, llerschel W. Dillnrd, (inry McKonnlcl, Lovoland. Real Estate Today BY ERNIE SCOTT Realtor INVESTING IN LAND One of the nice things about investing in land is thai il rarely presents management problems. However, since it will produce no income, il should be boughl only if you are financially able lo carry the debt. For the typical in- vcstmcnt, you have to put down cash amounting to 25% to 50% of the lolnl cost of the land, with regular payments on the remainder u n t i l tin; entire debt is paid. But if you prefer lo pay taxes on .1 long-term capilal gain, rnlhcr than on ordinary income, (hen land can be an allniclivc investment. The key to.i good Innd investment is predicting land needs nf the future. Herds where the experience of a Rood, local Realtor comes in. He has i n t i m a t e knowledge of community needs, nnd can forecast', far better than the layman, what will be required for future land use and lhe best areas for growth potential. ***Mr. Scott is I'asl Vice President of the Colm-udii Association of Realtors ami Past President of (he Grceley Board of Realtors. If you have itny questions on the subject of real estate, please feel free to call nr drop in nl SCOTT REALTY. 1212 Sill Avenue. Plione: 3S2-I2I2. We're here In help. ' Unceasimfly Browse through the financial pages and you can easily see how some investments work harder than others. And how some just don't work at all. But when you open a savings account with us your money never quits working. For example, suppose you deposit fifty dollars every month for fifteen years. At today's interest rates, you could then start withdrawing fifty dollars a month for the rest of your life. For the rest of your children's lives. And their children's. Forever and ever-and the money you originally deposited will never have to be touched. Come in soon and let us show you just how hard your money can work for you. NORTHERN C O L O R A D O S A V I N G S A N D L O A N A S S O C I A T I O N 924 nth Street Greeley Phone:352-6193

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