Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 23, 1973 · Page 19
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 19

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, April 23, 1973
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In the courts DISTRICT COURT Fined Ruben Michael Martinez, 21, 101 E. 20th St., was fined $100 ind costs and six onths in county jail by Judge Hugh H. Arnold in District $ Court after Martinez pleaded guilty to a charge of possession of marijuana. .. However, Judge Arnold sus- ; 'fended $50 of the fine and all the , jail sentence except five days '' Martinez already had served. I Martinez pleaded guilty to an ' amended information charging ' him with possession of less than one half ounce of marijuana March 6. The charge is a · misdemeanor. . Pleads Innocent Kay Saucedo, age and ad- ·· dress unavailable, pleaded innocent to a (heft charge. * Judge Arnold continued the case to May 14 for trial setting. Saucedo is accused of stealing a camera, a '/Vinch ' electric drill and an eight-track " stereo belonging lo G. W. Wooton last Nov. 25. Marijuana Charge Dale Edward Mann, 25, of Evans, pleaded guilty as a result of plea negotiations to an amended information charging him with possesion of marijuana last Dec. 7. x i Judge Koberl A. Behrman v |gave the defendant permission |to apply for probation and con- jlinued the case to May 22. I Mann was arrested with six j other" persons by Weld County sheriff deputies, Evans police and narcotics agents in a raid in 'Evans Dec. 13. He originally was charged with three counts 'of possession of marijuana for sale and three counts nf selling marijuana. Pleads Guilty Alice A. Snyder, 25, HI. 1, La Salle, pleaded guilty to an amended information charging ;her with theft, specifically of ;money in an amount less than · ;$100 from the Weld County Wel- ·fare Department on Aug. 20, ; 1972. ! · Judge Behrman fined the ^woman $50 and costs and sent- !enced her to 15 days in county :jail but suspended the jail sentience on the defendant's paying ;the fine and court costs within ;42 days. ; Prosecution Deferred ·'. A Greeley man charged with two counts of vehicular homicide as a result of a traffic accident Feb. 16 which killed two men was granted a probationary continuance for one year by Judge Robert A. Behrman in District Court. Judge Behrman granted the continuance after the defendant, Arvel L. Corman, 37, 349 3rd St., waived his rights to a speedy trial and asked for deferred prosecution. Under deferred prosecution, the charges will be dismissed at the end of the year if Corman has not violated the conditions of his probation. The Greeley man was accused in the charges of operating a motor vehicle while under the unfluence of a drug and intoxicant, resulting in the deaths of Elenteria Chavez, 22, San Jose, Calif., and Alfred Frank Llamas Jr., 26,810 5th St. The accident occurred on U. S. 85 a half mile south of La Salle. Vehicles driven by Sanchez and Llamas had been involved in an accident and the two were standing, inspecting the damage to one of the machines when they were struck by a car driven by Corman. Dissolution petitions Four dissolution of marriage petitions were filed in District Court. They were: 1 Mrs. Sonja Marie Plyler of Evans against James Cannon Plyler. They were married at Clovis, N.M., Sept. 16,1955, and have four children. Mrs. Mirlene Jaramlllo, 10M 6th Ave., against Armando Janmillo, 1015 7th St. They were married in Greeley. and have no children. Mrs. Karen S. Rickley of Evans and 0. James Rickley, 2605 W. 10th St., jointly filed a petition. Married June 29,1960, at Salina, Kan., they have four children. Andrew Seidler, 229 13th St., against Mrs. Dorothy Seidler of the same address. They were married Aug. 30,1999, at Pierce and have two children. Damages sought Damages of $35,000 for personal injuries were asked by Mary E. Conrey, 1817 21st St. Rd., in a complaint filed against John A. Weaver Jr. The complaint says the plaintiff leased an apartment at 1817 21st St. Rd. from the defendant May 9, 1972. The plaintiff tripped and fell on a step and broke her hip on the first day she occupied the apartment, May 24, according to the complaint. The plaintiff claims her injuries have caused her pain and suffering, made her unable to engage in her normal activities, necessitated her hiring a person. to do her housework and prepare her meals and caused her to incur hospital, doctor and other expenses which will continue in the future. Pleads Innocent Wilson VanFoosen Jr., 40, Rt. 4, Longmont, pleaded innocent to charges of second degree assault and carrying a concealed weapon. Judge Hugh H. Arnold continued the case to April 30 for trial setting. The Longmont area man is accused in the first charge causing and attempting to cause bodily injury to Elsie VanFoosen last Dec. 21 by means of a deadly weapon, specifically a .22 cal. pistol. In the second charge, he is accused of carrying a .22 cal. revolver concealed on his person on the same date. Case Continued Joe Jojolo, 37, of La Salle, pleaded innocent to a first degree assault charge in which he is accused of engaging in conduct March 11 which created a grave risk of death to another, and which caused serious bodily injury to Mrs. Joe Jojolo. Judge Arnold continued Jojolo's case to May 14 for trial setting. Pleads Guilty Leslie Hembry, 36,406 N. llth Ave., pleaded guilty in District Court to an amended information charging him with the theft of less than $100 in money from Gibson's Discount Store here Feb. 6. Judge Robert A. Behrman gave the defendant permission to apply for probation and continued the case to May 1 for a pre-sentence investigation and a ruling on the probation application. Short Check Charge Pat Southwill, 20,1206 5th St., was sentenced by Judge Behrman to 10 days in county jail and fined $50 and costs on a misdemeanor short check charge. The court suspended all of the jail term except for time the defendant already has spent in the jail. Judge Behrman imposed the sentence after the woman pleaded guilty to participating with two other women in cashing two more checks in an amount totaling less than $100 between Aug. 1 and 30 last year. The checks were not paid because the three women had insufficient funds in the First National Bank of Johnstown, on which the checks were drawn. Roger. Klein, deputy public defender, advised the court that all three women have made reititution in an amount totaling about $139. Aiiarit and Battery A Dacono boy, about 17, was fined $50 and costs and sentenced to six months in county jail on an assault and battery charge to which he pleaded ·guilty March 22. However, Judge Behrman suspended the jail sentence except for 42 days the youth has already served on good behavior by the defendant for one year and payment of the fine and costs. The boy was accused in the assault and battery charge of striking and hitting a Commerce City girl, now 16, last May 8 while the girl was living temporarily at a mobile home in Dacono. Withdraws Plea, John Richard Grimm, 20,1223 llth St., withdrew an innocent plea he had entered previously and pleaded guilty to a charge of possessing marijuana last Nov. 10. . Judge Behrman gave the defendant permission to apply for probation and continued the case to May 22. Grimm entered the guilty plea as a result of plea negotiations which provide the district attorney will recommend dismissal of a second charge against the defendant, possession of marijuana with the intent to sell. Pleads Guilty Josie Vieyra, age and address unavailable, was sentenced to six months in county jail after she pleaded guilty to a theft charge. However, Judge Hugh H. Arnold suspended the jail term on condition that the defendant commit no further law violations other than minor traffic offenses and upon payment in full of restitution and court costs. The woman was accused in the charge of unlawfully takinp money in an amount totaling less than $100 belonging to the Weld County Welfare Department in the period between Jan. l.and July 1, 1972. Deferred Prosecution Chris Noal, 18, Hays Hall, was granted a probationary continuance for one year by Judge Behrman after she asked for deferred prosecution on two second degree forgery charges. The court was advised the defendant already has made restitution. The Noal girl and another woman were accused in the charges of altering on Nov. 11 and on Dec. 1 last year written instruments to make them represent checks of Janet C. Stewart. Judge James Rucker Patrick Owen, Denver, speeding, $25 ($10 suspended) and costs. Ronald L. Carson, Denver, speeding, $25 and costs. Joe E. Carmin, Evans, driving while license suspended, $50 and costs, 30 days suspended. Edward J. Baca, 1207 6th St., drivers license suspended FBA, dismissed; violating red light, $15 and costs, 20 days suspended. Paul J. Ybarra, Platteville, making left turn into wrong lane, $10; no proof where proof required, $20 and costs, 5 days suspended. Tom F. Hernandez, California, harassment, $50 (suspended) and costs. Judge Scott Clugston Angelo R. Pappas, Omaha, Neb., speeding, $25 and costs. Darrel D. Kueker, 2421 25th St., speeding, $30 and costs. Bradley L. Steer, Harrison Hall, speeding, $25 and costs. Larry A. Spiers, Aurora, speeding, $25 and costs. Sandra K. Salterfield, Firestone, permitting unauthorized person to drive, $20 and costs. Thomu L. Maciat, Brighton, cartteM driving, $19 and cosbi. Wayne E. Bristol, Frisco, speeding, $25 and co»ts (costs suspended). Robert L. Hoffner, 1918 26th St., speeding, $25 and costs. William E. Bollwahn, Denver, careless driving, $15 and costs; no operators license, $10. Sharon K. Hepp, Erie, speeding, $29 and costs. Deborah A. Quinn, Denver, speeding, $25 ($15 suspended) and costs. Gale W. Moser, Fort Lupton, speeding, $25 and costs. Raul Hernandez, 511 21st Ave., driving while under the influence, $100 and costs, Vfe day credit for time served. Jesus Flores, 729 4lh St., driving under the influence, $100 and costs; six months suspended on condition. Juan Trejo, Fort Morgan, driving under the influence, $100 and costs, one day credit for time served. . Charles B. Boiling, 218 N. llth Ave., driving while under the · influence, $100 and costs, one ·day credit for time served. Harold E. Parker, 2409 20th St. Rd., speeding, $30 and costs. Russell R. Hopkins, Longmont, speeding, $25 ($15 suspended) and costs. Woman granted probationary continuance Mrs. Peggy N. La Vielle, 32, of Denver, was granted a .probationary continuance for one year by Judge Robert A. Behrman in.District Court after she asked for deferred prosecution on a bad check felony charge. Judge Behrman ordered that the woman make restitution in the amount of $533.74 at the rate of $50 a month. The Denver woman was charged with giving a (100 check drawn on the Cache National Bank of Greeley, in which she had insufficient funds for payment, on June 9,1972, to procure merchandise and with the intent to defraud the former Safeway Store at the Hillside Shopping Center. The restitution covered other checks in addition to the one on which (he charge was filed. If the woman does not violate the terms of her probation and makes the restitution, the charge against her will be dismissed at the end of the year. fllll VUD Ault community news By MRS. GRAYCE ALLEN Miss Karen Ehn, bride-elect of Francis Thompson of Greeley, was honored with a bridal shower in the local Lutheran church. Mrs. Raymond Danielson welcomed guests and Miss Ehn. presented her mother, Mrs. Helen Ehn; her sister-in-law, Mrs. Robert Ehn; her grandmother, Mrs. Oscar Ehn; and her aunts, Mmes. Robert Dahlgren and Leon Fettinger. Mrs. John Jeremiassen gave an appropriate reading followed by a vocal selection by Sheryl Eckhardt. Assisting the honored guest in display of gifts were Mmes. John T. Dahlgren, Helen and Robert Ehn. A lace covered refreshment table was centered with a floral and taper arrangement in shades of pink. Mrs. Robert Ehn did the pouring. Party hostesses were Mmes. Anders Anderson, Mary Cozad, Robert and John T. Dahlgren, R. Danielson, Charles Eckhardt, P. D. Elder, Mads and Fred Hansen, Erik Isakson, Ralph Lobato, Claude Leaf, Wilbert Martin, Marvin McFarlan, R. Olivas, Alap Salberg, Sol Schlagel, John Stevens, M. E. Whicker, and Miss Heiene Hansen. The wedding was April 14 in the Lutheran Church. Carrousel CFWC was received by Mrs.- Robert Backstrum with 16 club members and guests. Mmes. Larry Winter, Henry E. Rusch and Jim McClure attended. The pledge of allegiance to the flag was given in opening the meeting with president, Mrs. Gary Simpson, presiding. Mrs. Don Grogan reported on the club's 1972 summer recreation project. She also gave the financial statement of the activity. The club decided to compensate the 1973 program with money as needed to continue the summer project of swimming and baseball for the Highland area. The calendar for community activities, which is being compiled, will be completed by July and available for purchase before school resumes. It was voted to give a donation to the Highland band for the trip to the Dakota Day's Celebration in Rapid City. Mrs. Richard Wolf, in charge of program, introduced Mrs. Robert Burroughs, local high school nurse, who spoke on "Health Education." She gave an informative talk and showed films on the topic. Mrs. A. L. Mauldin will be the next hostess in charge of program. New officers will be installed at the annual salad supper on May 16. Packitl Cub Scout Pack 203 met April 2 at Scott School with Doug Scott taking fir»t place honors' in the pack's Pinewood Derby. Second place trophies were won by Doug Hein, Chris Murphy, Mike Aden, Robbie Short, John Best and Brad Edgren. Winning third place trophies were John Plielps, Jerry Soil, Kent Norton, Chris Brand; John Ixmvy and Kirk Saffell. Blue ribbon winners were John Fox, Robby Plakke, Scott Fallis, Blair Soil, Mark Ackerman, Craig Peterson, Rusty Plakke, Robert Hamerly, Jeff Kelderman, Peter Gazlay and John Tocado. Red ribbons were won by Doug Hodgson, Kenny Palmer. Brian Smith, David Hewitt, Tim Cramer, Brian Bendel, Andy Hodgson and Todd Deifik. White ribbons were won by Mike Reynolds, John Sills, Marcelo Alcazer and Mark McClung. Pack 207 Cub Scout Pack 207 met at HELP KERSEY!! Greeley Area Camp Fire Girls are sponsoring a Flood Relief Drive for Kersey residents. Food, beds, bedding, linens, furniture, small or large appliances, and clean clothing are urgently needed. Items must be in good, workable condition. Bring items to Trinity Lutheran School parking lot, 16th St. and 7th Ave., between 9 and 11 a.m. Saturday, April 28. For items too large to bring or questions, call 353-6985, 353-3117, or 3528174. Buckingham news By MRS. H. E. L1VENGOOD Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ashbaugh were hosts to a pinochle party in their home Saturday evening. Guests were Messrs. arid Mmes. Ray Mertens, Ervin Vangraefschepe, Homer Northup, Gene Wirth, Les Kuhn, Ron Hiles, George Swanson, Walter Bussey, and Bill Breazeale. High honors went to Mrs. Kuhn and Bill Breazeale, and low to Mary Mertens, and Gene Wirth. Pinochle to Mrs. Bussey. Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Livengood, Kim and Mike of Brush, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Heifner of rural Brighton were Sunday dinner guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Livengood. Mrs. Bertha Ford of Eaton visited at the John Ford home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Hoffman and children of Loveland were overnight guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orie Hill. The community was saddened to hear of the death of Mrs. Lulu Campbell Saturday. Funeral services were held in Brake Relining SPFKIM D ^ ** ·«· mmmmmi^mt ^1 -r-*V~r-i \ A JL ·» Fords Chevys from 2995 We ire atio » Brake * Light Inspection Station. Here Is What We Do: · Put New Brake Lining on All 4 Wheels. · Check Hoses , Check /Waster Cylinder Wheel Cylinders · Check Turning of Drums 8, Parts Extra. 310 8th St. 352-0544 Shop Now Open Weekends Mon.-Sat. 8:00-6:00 Sunday 1:00-5:00 BIG "R" STORES · Gr««ky · La Junta · Oardtn City · Lamar Fort Morgan Tuesday with burial in Fort Morgan cemetery. Her daughter, Mrs. Velma Castor, and son, Ralph Norton, live in Fort Morgan, and another daughter, Beulah Allen, lives in Haxtun. She is also survived by 12 grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Wetlaufer of Greeley visited Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Mitzel Thursday evening. Mrs. Clara Headley of Fort Collins was a Sunday dinner guest of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Meyer. Ex-husband renews claim to estate of Helen Bonfils DENVER (AP) - The former husband of the late Helen Bonfils, chairman of (lie Denver Post until her death at the age of 82 on June 6, 1972, has renewed his claim that he is her sole heir. In an amended complaint filed in Denver Probate Court Friday, Edward Mike Davis claims that Miss Bonfils 1 1971 divorce from him was void because of "fraud and undue influence" o n ' Miss Bonfils by ·Donald H. Seawell, now president of the Post, and Earl R. Moore, secretary-treasurer of the Post. The complaint charges Seawell, Moore and other persons "still unknown," with trying to "destroy the marriage by spreading false and malicious rumors about him both in and about The Denver Post" and in a Denver hospital where Miss Bonfils was confined. Probate Judge David Brof- mnn rejected Davis' first complaint filed Dec. 20, 1972. Davis is asking the court lo nullify the divorce, to name him Miss Bonfils 1 sole heir and lo refuse to admit her final will to probate. Mon., April 23, H7I GREELEY (Cote.) TRIBUNE II fourth.and Mark Gonlin, fifth. Alternates lo the show will be Greg Kink, den two; Scott Scheirman, Welbelos; Greg Kinnison, den three; Steve Croissant, den three, and Dean Miller, den three. First and second place winners received a ribbon and all other participants received ribbons for their participation. Jackson School April 17 with Handy Pierson of Den Four taking first place in the Pinewood Derby. Pierson will be joined at the Scout Show April 28 by the pack's other winners: Tony Helfrick, second, Tom Delgrado, third, Mike Shupe, CLYDE WILLIAMS NEED FOUR BEDROOMS? LOOK NO FURTHER For only $15,950.00 you can have a large living and dining room. IVi baths. Enclosed back porch. Carpets and drapes. Taxes are only $233.72. Located in Ault, Colo. Call today 352-4748. 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