Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 28, 1970 · Page 35
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JU9 w «th St. Hospital Dismissals Dismissed from Weld County General Hospital on Wednesday, M»y 27: Michael Baldwin, Lucerne; John Gilbert, Kimball, Neb.; Christopher Hoist, 1529 31st Ave.; Dianna Yniges, Rt. 4; Jarred Weiteel, Windsor; Manuel Avalos, Fort Lupton; Mrs. Tobias Schmunk, 1030 23rd St. Rd.; Frank Bailey, 2534 12th Ave. Ct.; William Jacoby, W i n d s o r ; Joe Martinez, Greeley; Mrs. Gertrude Jacobs, 1313 13th St.; Mrs. Hallett Kaugh, 1226 4th St.; Mrs. Laura Towers, Bonell Retirement C o m m u n i t y ; Mrs, Pedro Martinez, Rt. 2; Mrs. Milford Copeland, 1217 E. 20th St.; Mrs. Eugene Vancil, Snyder; Mrs. Louis Doll and daughter, 3500 S5th Ave.; Mrs. Kenneth Nickerson and daughter, 109 16th St.; Mrs. Jack Harshman, Wiggins; Mrs. Joseph Himmel, 1848 14th Ave.; Mrs. " " Averill, 2000 8th St. Nell Huey Long's Widow Dies In Boulder BOULDER, Colo. (AP)-Rose McConnell Long, widow of the late Huey Long, died Wednesday night at her daughter's home in Boulder. Sen. Allen J. Ellender. D-La.. announced the dealh in the Senate today. Mrs. Long was appointed to the Senate after her husband, a senator and former governor of Louisiana, was assassinated in. John McAfee Chairman of City Planners John A. McAfee, assistant to the director for business affairs at the University of Northern Colorado, was elected chairman of the City Planning Commission Wednesday. McAfee succeeds Dick Weber as chairman of the group. A resident of Greeley since 1959, McAfee has been a member of the Planning Commission for about two years. In his capacity as assistant to the director for business affairs at UNC, he has specific responsibilities in the field of campus planning and development. Robert A. Woods Of California, Dies in Denver Robert Arthur Woods, 194 W Main St., Woodland, Calif, formerly of Greeley, diec Wednesday at Swedish Hospita in Denver where lie had been a patient since May 17. He was 76. Woods became ill while he was visiting in La Salle. He was born in Greeley March 20, 1894, and grew up here. His first marriage was to Ethel May Crall on March 7, 1915. She' died Dec. 21, 1927. On Aug. 25, 1920, he married Mrs. Cora Waugh in Denver. She preceded him in death on April 1, 1968. A son, William Arthur Woods also preceded him in dealh. Woods farmed in the Kersev rinurs., :iay zs 31* Four Greeley Residents Are Injured in Accident Four Greeley residents were 'estimated $2,500, young Buckcn- j injured when a car and pickup dorf's car $1,000. truck collided headon on the^ A 1967 auto driven by Gary .Mumper Hill road !.8 milesiLynn Bslsky, 1932 E. 16th St., west of U.S. 85 about 2:10 p.m.. was damaged about $1,600 in Wednesday, the Highway Patrol an accident on the 5th Street reported. " ' road a quarter mile east of The driver of the car. Martin Greeley about 5:50 p.m. Wed,J. Buckendorf. 17. 3306 12th St. nesday. Neither Belsky nor an- il?d., incurred abrasions, bruises. other youth in the car was hurt. and a possible bead injury. A. The vehicle ran off the road, passenger in the vehicle. Keith'went down a borrow ditch. jWavne Wagner, also 17, 3720! through a fence and collided 37th St., suffered abrasions. 'with a tree before stopping on' bruises, a possible head injury its wheels. Patrolman Gus and fractured hand. .Anderson said. Both youths were admitted at : Weld County General Hospital r M p W R n v ·-·*· M e n i v u y [)j es PROMENADE--Students at East Memorial Elementary School participated in a good ol' square dance Wednesday as part of their Centennial Year program. These students are members of Mrs. Betty Lindauer's intermediate class. Fourth, fifth and sixth level students took part in the program and most of the other children at the school dressed up in Centennial outfits. The production lasted most of the afternoon Wednesday. (Tribune photo by Ron Stewart). Six From Weld Will Graduate From Campion LOVELAXD - Six Weld County students will be gradu- community many years ago,! and later moved "to Denver.! Following his second marriage he moved to California where ated from Campion Academy, he had lived since. Survivors include a daughter. Mrs. Vivian I. Cox of Gridley. a boarding school operated by t h e Seventh-Day Adventist Calif.; a son, George Roberti Cnurcn ' Saturday evening in the Woods of Miami, Fla., seven Academy Auditorium. grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. Commencement exercises will begin at 8:45. The Commence- Also surviving are two step- ment address will be delivered Ihe state capital in Baton Rouge. snns and lwn stepdaughters,jby professor Melvin Brass, She was the mother of Sen A r t h u r Waugh of Elizabeth,'biology and youth guidance Russell B. Long, D-La.. who Earl Waugh of .Miami, Fla.: 1 KUSSCil -D. JUUIIK, 1-f-JtJrt., v*nu --D -- -. - --, - - - - - . left Washington for Colora-Toots Arthur of Broomfield and do Tuesday because of her ill-Inn · Pickkola of Ft Bragg _ . .. , _ i _ _ ! P a l , f · n ciclnr Mi-c nnll-i PonH teacher at the school. Baccalaureate will be held at 11 Saturday morning. Elder J. ness i "lle° 1 is"the"onlv' senatoriCalif.; a sister, Mrs. Delia Recd'H. Harris of Lincoln, Neb., who whose mother and father bothi o f Greeley, and the followingiis youth director of the Union served in the Senate. (nieces and nephews, -Mrs. BelvalConference, will deliver the Mrs Lone 78 was born in Griffis and Mrs. Barbara Me- address. - 1 · ' M ^'""' K "" " f T · so"" '"··' Weld County graduates are Greensburg, Ind., and moved with her parents to Shreveport, La., in 1901. She served In the Senate as her husband's successor from Jan 31, 1936, to Jan. 3, 1937. Mrs. Long's daughter in Boulder is Mrs. O. W. McFarland, wife of Dr. McFarland. Mrs. Long's daughter, Mrs. 0. W. McFarland, wife of a Boulder physician, said simple graveside services will be held at Shreveport, but the time has not been set. Mrs. Long was a secretary for a hardware store in Shreveport prior to her marriage to Sen. Long and was a member of the First Methodist Church, Mahan, both of La Salle, Mrs. Florence Harrison of Newport Beach, Calif., and Floyd (Pink) Woods of Greeley. Funeral services will be held where she taught school class. a Sunday She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Bill Abel, Ault; David Edwards. 4009 W. 20th St.. Greeley; Karl Ordelheide, 204 Main, La Salle; Bill Pike, 1846 7th Ave., Gree- at 10 a.m. Friday in the Adam-jley; Sandra Scheller. Rt. 1 son Memorial Chapel. Intcrment|Pierce, and Steve Stoll, 431 will he in Linn Grove Cemetery. Boulder, Evans. International Police Group In Denver Ends First Meet DENVER (AP)-The International Brotherhood of Police Officers concluded its first convention here Wednesday, and the organization's president, John Casscse, termed the group's accomplishment "tremendous." Cassesc, a retired New York u ^i'.y patrolman, said organizers Survivors include another son.jbroughl a "much needed organi- Palmer R. Long of Shreveport;.jzalion" into being to serve the , ^ rr . ^ a brother and a sister, both ot| ncc( | s ,,f "one of the most hard']j ce membership in an outrigh Shreveport; seven grandchil- pressed, underpaid, and sense- ) a b 0 r trade union, or to nationa dren and two great-grandchil- icssly abused groups in thelaffjijatinn with a labor federa Some 75 charter members representing about 10,000 other police officers from Denver ant 16 other cities adopted the or ganix.ation's charier and electee officers during the meeting There were about 35 observers representing more than 80,001 police officers, in attendance. Opponents to the 1BPO con chicled they didn't approve of po dren. Harry J. Lohry Of Windsor, Dies Wednesday Harry James T/hry of 223 Walnut St., Windsor, died Wednesday while fishing near Wellington. He had been ill for the past six months. Lohry was born Dec. 6, ISUD, In Windsor, where he was reared and graduated from Windsor High School. From country." He pointed out the organization was done "on a shoestring," but with the help of professional people, the trade union movement, and "with Ilic help of offi- lion such as the AFL-C10, whicl the 1BPO is seeking. A Los Angeles Police Deparl ment observer, Don Westfal! who said he represented 6,10 members, said "We, too, feel i cers in (lie field who recognized j s a necessity for policemen tc (he need for an organization of this kind to give the policeman the status he needs." Cassese said convention delegates will go back to their home belong to a national association But because of our jobs as po lice officers, and the fine line w have to walk, we cannot tak sides in issues or disputes." cities and towns and organizej Westfall said "If we took AFL- he served w the States Army. While 19W-B1 United stationed at Ft. Benning, ua., he received a sharpshooters medal. T He and the former Miss La Quita Gamble were larried Aug 6, 1959, in Windsor. For the past 12 years Lohry worked as a journeyman plumber lor John Brunner and Co. m Windsor. Prior to that time, he was employed by Besel Hardware and Supply Co. of Wmd- Lohry was a member of Ihe United Methodist Church of Windsor. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. La Quita Lohry of Windsor; a daughter, Tina Lohry, at home; two sons, Gene and Michael Lohry, also at home; his father, Andrew (Pete) Lohry, and a sister, Miss Elizabeth Lohry, both of Windsor; a twin brother, Fred Lohry of Windsor, and another brother, Robert Lohry of Fort Collins. Funeral services will be hold at 10:30 a.m. Friday from the United Methodist Church of Windsor, with interment Lakeview Cemetery. Bishop Mortuary of Windsor is in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to the. Parsonage Fund of United Methodist Church ol Windsor. "to give policemen a new ride in their jobs." He said the ;roup hopes to communicate vilh the public also in telling vhat the brotherhood's aims ire. Ca.sscse. said some feel it 'isn't right" to join a union, a n d j le isn't critical of them, but "we 1 are organized, we mean busi- icss, and the last thing in the world we want to become is a debating society, or a bunch of irumblcrs crying in our beer." CIO affiliation, we would los our neutrality, and would b open to public criticism in ban dling labor disputes, strikes o oilier labor-affiliated actions." GIRA Meet Set Friday At Church The Greeley Information and Referral Agency will hold its semi-annual town meeting at 8 p.m. Friday at the First Congregational United Church of Christ, 2101 16th St. It is one of two public meetings held by GIRA each year to explain its activities. New members of the GIRA board of directors will be elected during the meeting. But, the major item of discussion will be the $3,600 grant made available by the Catholic Archdiocesan Development Fund which can be used to purchase a permanent facility for GIRA. To be eligible for this grant, however, GIRA mtisl Riot Police Arrest 40 in Fla. Flareup MELBOURNE, Fla. (AP) The explosion of firebombs a n " mnfire echoed through sout Melbourne for five hours durin, he night before 250 riot polic moved in to arrest some 4(1 per sons and calm the 40-sqtiar jlock Negro section. No one was injured during disturbance, which cruptc shortly after nightfall Wednc: day, police said. Up to 300 persons used hit an run tactics as they hurled fire bombs at the patrolmen an then disappeared into the dark police said. The same area was Ihe seen of violence Tuesday nighl when bands of rock-and bottle-throwing black youths pelted cars and shop windows and injured three Florida Institute of Technology sturienls when they hurled a barrage of stones at a school lout were reported in satisfactory condition Thursday mor- jning. i The others hurt were Johnny A t i.Montoya. 28. 204 12th St., who TM l Iwas driving the pickup; and a c , iff , rf B , ; passenger in he pickup Peter · h jTOrrez, a6, 3o30 S. Hi,, Ave. busmessman died Mr , v ,j [Both men suffered bruises and . , ^ h |abrasions. They were treated at h e - h a d d h j j , fpr , h e the hospital and released. I Patrolman Dan Bradley said I j^-^-^ a , Orlcans . IncL the 1964 auto young buckendorf Jun( , L , ,,,,. an(j ^^ ,,, Co]n . was driving crossed over into r;u||) w j [ h his n(s w h c n he ;the pastbound traffic lane and was ej h , vears 0 , d ,, e | i v f d -.collided headon with a 19,0 on a f wmcslE!(d a . K a u f f m a n j pickup which Montoya was before mm . m , u , _ Vw Rliy mer i driving east. , in 1928. where he ranched, oper- The pickup was damaged an aled a gr(K . cry s(i ,,. c ,, nri , h( , John Deere Implement agency former and Thurs- With Officers until he retired in 1946" and moved to Kvans. Several years after the death of iiis wife, the former Dulah Lindscv in April. ^ £ ,. . , ,, T, i " 1 TM . ; o-ii A,.= Jeff Boulter. 1848 2alh Ave old police Wednesday the hcense plate was stolen from his motorcycle. daughter. Mrs. l.ittlefield. until he went to Helmet Stolen Kairacres Manor a year ago. John Bates. Evans, reported Survivors, in addition to Mrs- his motorcycle helmet was Kenneth (Mam Liitlefield. ol stolen from the rear of 1933 Sth x m - Raymer, are two sons, iAve. Robert Barnett and George Tire Slashed Barnett. both of Cody. Wyo.; Mrs. Edward Hein. 2541 14th another daughter, Mrs. Arthur iAve. Ct., reported Wednesday i.Marlhai Skerry of Boulder la tire on'her son'? bicycle was City. .\ev.: nine grandchildren I slashed while parked at'Jackson and -"i* greatgrandchildren. Also surviving are a brolnrr and three sisters. Cecil Barnett j la(lv u'l.ii., -m- will si and Mrs. Hazel Swanson, both Purse Stolen White. 2312 24th St.. VIE FOR QUEEN-Eyelng a blouse given them by the "Go West With Greeley" Rodeo Committee are three contestants for queen of the Future Farmers of America rodeo scheduled Saturday at Island Grove Park. The three, the candidates from Greeley Central, are, from left, Eilleen Garrison, Carol Yager and Sherry Yager. Each of the queen candidates is given a blouse provided by The Stockman Western Wear. The Rodeo Committee also presented rodeo managers Dave Rady and Don Hoff with western straw hats. (Tribune photo by Fred Memlenhnll). "' Clieynme Wyo. Mrs. May w a s e n h e r home. Arua, ,- _ o f ^Paduca, K,. ^ Store Entered furnia. A Polaroid camera was stolen Funeral services will he held and an undetermined amount of a i H) a.m. Monday in the Mary damage to a safe was reported ,\llniiit Drawing 'litmm. Inter- in a burglary al the Hillside mcm W JH bo in the .New Ray- S a f e w a y store discovered m er Cemetery. Wednesday" morning. -- - -' ..... Purse stolen Ihnrm I n f a n t j Barbara 1-lHinsworth, 1922 nth I D a r r a ' n r a n r !Ave.. told police Wednesday her F i j n p m l H e l d | purse was stolen from a car · " ' " - ' " · · · « - ! « ! parked at. the Colorado Theater. Gl , |vesj((c _ scn . ices wm ,, cld I --- ~ at Linn drove Thursday after- r ° r 1 ' clicia M'inevpra M , M dau ,, lllcl . of ^ lr For Sen. Muskie P l a n n e d J u n e 26 DFNVFR I-\P'-A rcceplion April 2, (lied Wednesday at the for Sen. Edmund S. Muskie. D- nome of her parents. Maine and to raise funds for Surviving, in addition to Ihe LI Gov. Mark Hogan's guber- pan-nts are a brother Arluro imlorial campaign will be held Ibarra ·'''·. a»l grandparents, here June 26. the night before "r-TM} ^'^ M TM Alvarex. of 'the Democratic state convention. l l l l j I Muskie. the 1%8 Democratic "' ' 'vice presidential candidate, and a personal frii-iul uf llopiii's. will keynote the state convention Bimider June 27. an announce- f)',ar ,, " Gilcrpsl and Mrs. Maria Gauna CANDIDATES FROM WEST - Marilyn Fritzler, center, shows off a blouse given her and other Greeley West and Greeley Central High School contestants for queen of the Future Farmers of America rodeo which is scheduled to be held Saturday at Island Grove Park. Also given blouses were Debbie Scheet, left, and Kalhy Askew. All are from Greeley West. The blouses are given each year to the queen candidates by the "Go West With Greeley" Rodeo Committee. The western blouses were provided by The Stockman Western Wear. (Tribune photo by Fred Mendenhall.) City Traffic Accidents Pre-College Scholarship Program Available at CU BOULDER -- A summer prc- 1 college scholarship program for Chicano students is available through the United Mexican American vStudcnts (UMAS) and the University of Colorado. , . Under the program Cliicuii.ian additional $15 per week for ment said Wednesday. The reception, costing ?2") per couple, will be held at Denver's Merchandise Mail, from 5:30 to J( , ], j ]( , Mj || p| . a | ]nn . c 7:3(11 p.m. June 2S u .; di ; c[ . ;mi j ,j v ^; ot . k ,, uvcl . whf) All proceeds will go to the Ho- · gan campaign, the spokesman numi[v abi)U , , W|1 VMr . .^ atl(lcd - 'died Wednesday al the Porter Memorial Hospital in Denver, where he had been a patient for eight days. He was born (VI. 29. IPIlli. in Cypress, III., and moved lo --'- I'inc lilufls. Wyo.. w i t h his Colleen Kilker, Brighton, re- parents when he was eight ceived facial lacerations in an years old, and grew up there, accident at 2:10 p.m. Wcdnes- ile was active in livestock buy- day at llith Street and 23rd mii circles in Pine. Bluffs, and 'Avenue. also I rained race horses. i She was a passenger in a l%f lie married Agnes Bradley in |sedan driven by Ellen Gale. Greeloy nil Jan. ~9. 102(1. 11613 Montview Blvd., which MJH,,',- W a? a member of | received $400 damage. Cheyenne Lodge No. BtiO. BPOE. ! The second car involved was and ' t | ]P Colorado Breeders ! a 1%6 sedan driven by Dale Association. .Lyman. 24114 2fth Ave., which Surviving, in addition to his j received $400 damage. wife. Mrs. Agnes Miller, are a Two non-injury accidents ., Sl)n- j|, so ph L. .Miller Jr. of iwere reported Wednesday and Minneapolis. Minn.: two sisters.. .early Thursday. The time anil ^,. s |,;,| K|. V cillac of l.nvcland :place if each accident and the .,,,,) M r S ] i; ( ,y Sutherland of i vehicles, drivers and damages nj ( .|,]; m d. Wash., and three grandchildren. G. Worcester, dean emeritus'o'f; -'\l 2 a.m. Thursday. «lh Ave- ' i.-uncral services will hr held the University of Colorado g r a i l - l i n e and 14lh Street, a 19li4l.,| 1(1: ; tfl n m Monday in the nVarriori slndpnts nmountine; 1 1 "^ whool.' died here Tucs- sedan. Saudin Norman, Omaha,'Adamson Memorial ' Chapel. V o?-,l M« D 7r weTZ'ri^v. He was i:ii. iXrl'.. Sir-, and a parked l« I n l m m n , ,,,,, hr in Sllnsrt to a total of $100 pe. week plus ^ m ^^ ^ ^. Wor j s(x| . ln btf | ollpilis ,,, Kosas^,,,,,,,,.!.,, (; ., ni(Mls Married students as well as unmarried students are eligible Rites Planned Friday Morning For CU Educat (APV-Dr. Philip involved were: for the Additional summer program, funds are given students arc able to take nine;each of the first two children, hours of university credit with and $10 more for the third child the entire cost of Ihe program UMAS. Included fee, room and provided by are tuition, board, books and ?10 per week personal allowance. Successful completion of the course allows the student to enroll fall semester al the University of Colorado. It also composition course. makes available financial aid through the. academic year, and Ihe student may continue pursue a bachelor's degiee bus. Authorities said both disturbances apparently stemmed from raise'a matching amount of!a lack of summer jobs for black funds. youths. and each thereafter. During the eight-week course students will take three classes: "The Contemporary Mexican American,' 1 taught by a Chicano professor; "Political Systems ns They Hclalc to Ihe American,' 1 and an Mexican English Students arc not required to take admission tests before The program will begin June long as he mainlains al leasl|21 and last through Aug. 14. a 20 (C) grade point average. Interested persons should con- Financial grants for the tact the United Mexican Ameri- academic year for the UMAS-|can Students, Temporary sponsored program amount toiRuilding \o. 1, Boulder, Colo, an average of $1,850 per year. '80302, or the Weld Coimty Op cesler returned to the campus' Hiehard. Kvans. Mil. after receiving a PhD. degree: At from Chicago and served on Hie 1 Avenue and 19th Street, a 19,0 faculty for about M years. Al 2:11 p.m. Wednesday. 10th LOSE WEIGHT ' Street, a 1970 _ sedan. Wernice K. Spoilman.j THIS WEEK lie was professor emeritus of Whcal Hiilge, S21IO. a 1907 sedan.i o d r i n e x c n n he | p you become Geology, was dean of men from:Marsha l.yn Mietlowsky, 22U' l h c t r i m s ] i m p e r s o n you w s n t 1920-30 and dean of the graduate'·''»' Ave.. $100. nnd a sednu,,t 0 b,. O d r i n e x is a tiny tablet '.lane Kllen Service, 1900 llllll.ind easily swallowed. Contain! A V ,., ^-ji) jno dangerous drugs. No stflrv- '' ''~^ j i n n . No special exercise. Grt rid 'of excess (flt and live whnnl frnm SC 001 Iiom Worccsler had been ill one ; Week. j He received the university's' Norland Medal for distinguished: Stork Express 'Odrinex has been used successfully by thousands nil ovfr the service nnslhnmmislv Tuesdav' Rorn t n A l r an(l ' S ' '^'''^"country for over 10 yearn. niPut P° slmimnusl l l l C b i a a 5 j R a l l i i f . 21SI 19th Ave., a . o d r i n e x costs $3.25 and the ^ . . , diu"hter on Wednesdav. M a v ' l a r g e economy size S5.M. You Memorial services are sched-i ° ,,, . ( ( - 01|n|v Genora'limust lose u g l y fat or your lllcd for 11 a.m. Friday in t h e , . ' .. . ' j m o n e y w i l l be r e f u n d e d by y o u r First Congregational Church ( | druggist. No questions asked, here. ' Horn lo Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sold with this guarantee by: jSalbcrg 408 36th Ave., a son, COOK'S SELF S E R V I C E DRUG porlunily Agency, 811 15lh St., on Wednesday, May 27, at Weld ioi.wo25 1 ith ST. 353-4787. ICnimtv General HoSDit»l. M A I L O R D E R S FILLED-Adv. |County General Hospital.

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