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0 UHEELBY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Mon., May 1, 1972 Obituaries Victor Wilger Victor C. Wilger, former owner of Vic's Stereo Lounge, died Saturday at the home of his daughter in Denver. He had been in ill health four months. He was born April 17, 1903, In Trenton, Wis. He married Mary E. Neumann Dec. 3, 1932, in Milwaukee, Wis., where he worked for the A. 0. Smith Co. He came to Colorado in 1938 and owned and operated a billiard parlor In Johnstown until 1939. Me moved to Greelcy and operated a billiard parlor until 1959, when he remodeled ami re-named the business Vic's Stereo Ixnmgc, until his retirement in 1968. He was a past member of F.O.E., and Greeley Elks Lodge. He served as vice president of Colorado Restaurant Association in Weld County in 1957. Surviving are daughter, Mrs. Joyce Magnusen of Denver; a son-in-law, Dr. I Deaths and Funerals Frederick K. Magnusen o: Denver; a granddaughter, Marrianne Magnusen, 1 and (wo grandsons, Michael and Scot! Magnusen of Denver; three nieces of Miltvuakce and two nephews of Slevens Point, Wis. Services will be 3:30 p.m Tuesday in Adamson Memoria Chapel. Interment will be ir S u n s e t Memorial Gardens Friends who wish may give to a memorial fund of Ihe First Congregational United Church of Christ. RDHMSON CHAMPLIN Mrs. Marian Champlin of 7049 South Curtis, Little- ion. Wife of Ralph H. Champlin; mother of Mrs. B e v a r l y Weimer, Mrs. K a t h y Cancliola, both 01 r,.ooiov (ill Chsmplln, Deborah Champlin, Tom Champlin, all of Littleton; daughter of Ms. Rolilff of Caupcr, ^raMrerVcU'c-u 0 [ Rosary 7:00 p.m. Mon, day, Adamson MemorlRl Chapel. Mass of tUe Resurrection 2:00 p.m. 11«- dny St. Peter's Catholic Church. Interment Sunset ^lemorial Gardens. Made K. B. Johnson Kenneth B. Johnson, 1130 32nd Ave., died Saturday in St Luke's Hospital, Denver, where he had been a patient two days. He was born Sept. 9, 1D23 in Union. He married Lois F. Bales March 31, 1946 in Genoa. Raised in Genoa, he farmer until 1948 when lie moved to \Vestcliffe wrire he ranched un- il 1953 when lie moved lo Greeley. He worked in the Maintenance Department, Colorado Slate Highway Department. Johnson also owned the ABC Kiddie Collage. He was a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Surviving are Ills wife; two sons, Gary Bruce and Lynn Allen o[ Greeley; a daughter Mrs. Sandra June Drake, also of Greeley; three brothers, Melvin of Albuquerque, N.M.; Orin of Craig, and Norman of Lara- mis, Wyo.; two sisters, Mrs. Martha Smifhburg of Arriba, and Mrs. Marlene G r i f f i n of Craig; his mother-in-law, Mrs. Faye Bates of Greeley; and one grandchild. Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the Seventh-day Ad- venlist Church. Interment will Deaths and Funerals o w!f ,y of Dr.*.. Colorado. Huahand of Mrs. Lucy Crowley of Wa'«loo, Iowa. Father of Keith K. Crowloy of Waterloo, Mrs. Marvel Schm|dt of Water- lop. Mrs. B° nnl8 Schu " 9 of Jesup, Iowa, Mrs. Ma- voretta Nosko of Waterloo, and Malvern Crowley of Scottsdale, Arizona. Also survived by three brothers and two sisters, 15 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Arrangements In charge of Kearns-Dyhe- man Chapel of Waterloo, Town. HUGCANS Mrs. Nellie V. Huggans of 214 Todd Ave., La Salle. Mother of Lloyd F. HUB- gaus of La Salle, Floyd H. Huggans of Greeley, Orval HugEauB of Pierce, Mrs. Alice M. KnnUe of Denver, and one step-son Clarence A. Huggans of Windsor. Also survived by 13 grandchildren and 16 great- grandchildren, six. step- grandchllilren and 22. step- great-grandchildren.- Services 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Adamaon Memorial Chapel. Interment Sunset Memorial Gardens. JOHNSON' Kenneth B. JohnEon of 1130 32nd Ave., c;ree!ey. Husband of Lois F. Johnson. Father of Gary Bruce, Mrs. Sandra June. Drake, Lynn Allen, nil of Gree- lcy; brother of Melvln Johnson of Albuquerque, Now Mexico, Orin Johnson of Craig, Mrs. .Margaret Smllhburg, of A r r 1 h a, Norman Johnson of Lara- mle, Wyoming, Mrs. Marlene Griffin of Craig; son- In-law of Faye Bates of Greeley. Also survived by one grandchildren. Services 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, Seventh Day Adventlst Church. Interment Sunset Memorial Gardens. Friends who wish may give to the Kenneth T). Johnson Memorial Service Fund, c/o Seventh D a y Adventlst Church, 1002 21fit Ave, McQUATB Fred McQuale, Johnstown Colo. A r r a n g e m e n t s later. ROnBRTS Paul 1. Roberts of 903 5th Street, Oreeley. Father of Danny Roberts of Mlssoula, M o n t a n a ; brother of Mrs. Madeleine Lewis of Denver and Vaughn JtoherU uf Oakland. California. Also fiurvlved by two grandchildren. Services 10:00 a m . Wednesday, Adarnsnn Memorial Chapel. I n t e r m e n t Linn Grove Cernttery. W1I.OBR V l c l o r y U. Wilger ol 1215 18th Strott, (iretley. HUB- Imml of M n r y K. Wilder; f a t h e r of Mrs. Joyce Mag- nuaon of Denver; fatlier-ir- l a w of Dr. Kretlerkk If. Ma^nuson ijf Denver. Also Hiirvlvcrl liy t h r o e granil. children, M a r r i a n n e , Krnll. Michael M a g n n s o n of Denver, HIM| f j v t j nieces and nephews, M l a s llarhara Sclferl, Mrs. Don I'racgcr, Mrs. John Ailiuns rill of Milwaukee, W I n £ n n ft 1 n, Pother "on Wllger, str ; ens Point; Wisconsin. Father Norher, W l l K e r Services 3;,)0 p.m. Tur-B day, Ailfimson M e m n r l n . Chapel, I n t c r m e n l Sunnri Memorial f l n r d e n s . Friend* w h o - w i s h may give In the Memorial Kimil nf h'irs C o n K r r K f i t l o n n ] , U n 11 e i Clinch nf Christ MACY ALLNUTT MORTUARIES ELKINS Barry Eugene Elklns of SSOO 35th AVB. Son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. O'Keor. Grandson of Mr. and Mra. E. S. Elklns of Haynesville, La. and D. R. Drake of Minden, La. Great-grandson of Mrs. G. B. Drake of Minden, La. Half-brother of Lloyd Eugene Elkina of Spring Hill, La., Mrs. Patsy Starling of West Monroe, La., and Mrs. Deity Sinitii of Arkansas. Step-brother of Pamela Lee O'Hear of Greeley. Services 2 : 0 0 P.M. Wednesday from Green Kleinegger F u n e r a l Home, M i n d e n , La. Interment M i n d e n Cemetery. MILLER Otis P. Miller of 1516 14lh Ave. Hushand of Mrs. Marie Miller. Father of Mrs. Dorothy Bjorklund of Boulder. Grandfather of Robert and LuAnn Bjorklund both of Boulder. Brother of Mrs. Ella Has- mussen, Mrs. Bertha. Lorenz, and Mrs. Cora Mackey all of Greeley and Harvey Miller of Merldan, Idaho. Services 1:30 p.m. Tuesday from the Draw-ing Room. Interment Linn Grove Cemetery. VELASQUEZ Mrs. Mary B. Velasrtuoz of 915 T! Klreet. Wife of Henry Velasquez. Mother of Francisco Gomez of San 1'cdro, -California. Joseph Gomez, Adolph Velasquez and Albert Velasquez all of Denver, Mra. Elvira Gomez, and Mm. Thomasi- U A n t u n a both of Oree- ley, and Mrs. Esther Quezada, of Oakland, California. Slrter of Mrs. Ida Mondragon of Greeley. Recitation of the Kosary 7:OT p.m. Monday from the Drawing Room. Mass of the Resurrection 10:00 a.m. Tuesday from Our Larty of Peaco Cathollp. Church. Int e r m e n t Sunset Memorial Gardens. WARNER Merle BlwSod W a r n e r nf 302 Kathleen Ave., M i l l l k e n . H u s h a n d of Mrs. W i l m a Xaoml War.icr. Son of Mrs. John (Mertle) Sellers of Johnstown. Brother of Mrs. V i r g i l (Rcnellen) tJohle of Kvans, K e n n e t h W a r n e r of Loveland, and Guy Warner of R u s k i n , Fla. Services 3:00 P.M. Tuesday from the First I'restjyterlan Church of M l l l i k e n . I n t e r m e n t Sunset Memorial Gardens. I f Friends wish, memorial Sifts may he martf. to thn M l l l i k f t n P r e H h y t e r i a n Chun:h. Krlenrls m a y ( a l l :il Ihe M o r t u a r y u n t i l 11:00 A.M. Tuesday. W A I I N K R Mrs. W i l r n a Nnomf W n r n e r of 302 K a l h l M n i Ave.. M t l l i - kcn. Wlff: of Merlo Klwood W a r n e r . Sister of Allierl H a n s o n of Lafayette, Colo., and Mr*. Hr;rnr-ice Johnson a n d R a y m o n d Hanson holli of I.onfimonl. H t r v i d n s 3:00 I'.M. TiiMulay from Ihe Firsl I'resliyli.-rian C h u r c h nf MllllVen. I n l o r m e n l Sunset Memorial (ianlnns. If f r i e n d s wibh, m e m o r i a l Bills may he made to I h o M i n i k e n I ' r c a h y t e r l a n n u r c h . Friends m a y call «l Hie M o r l n n r y n u l l ) | ] : 0 0 A.M. Tuesday. be in Sunset Memorial Gardens, Friends who wish may give lo Ihe Kcnnelh B. Johnson Memorial service Fund, care ol the church, 1002 21sl Ave. George Crowley George Crowley of Drake, died Monday in Weld County Cioner.il Hospital where he had been a patient two weeks. He was born Oct. 13, 1B06, in Iowa. He married Lucy Nabor in 1025 in Iowa. Crowley, a mechanic for John [tore Waterloo Tractor Works, lived most of his life in Iowa, moving lo Drake in 1971. He was a member of the Western Avenue Gospel Church, Waterloo, Iowa. Surviving are his wife; Iwo ions, Keith of Waterloo, and Malvern of Scoltsdalc, Ariz.; hrce daughters, Mrs. Marvel! Schmidt of Walerkiu; Mrs. Bonnie Schutte of Jesup, Iowa, and Mrs. Mavoretle Nosko ol Waterloo; 15 grandchildren and one greal-grandchild. Services will bo conducted in Kearns-Dykeman C h a p e l Waterloo. Marian Champlin Mrs. Marian Jean Champlin, 70-19 S. Curtice St., Littleton, died Friday at her home aftoj' a two-week iliness. She was born Dec. 5, 1923, n Omaha, Neb. She was married lo Ralph H. Champlin, Sept. 24, 1946, in Casper, Wyo. Mrs. Champlin lived most of her life in Wyoming. She was a graduate of SI. Louis Univers- "ly School of Nursing, and came :o Greeley from Casper in 1958. he moved to Littleton six months ago. She was a member of St. Peler's Catholic Church. Surviving are her husband; :ive children, Mrs. Beverly Weimer and Mrs. Cathy Canchola, both of Greeley; Gail, Deborah and Tom, all of Little on; her mother, Mrs. Marie Rohlff of Casper, and five jrandchildren. A rosary will be at 7 p.m. Monday in Adamson Memorial Chapel. Mass of the Rcsurrec- ion will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday n St. Peter's Catholic Church, nterment will be in Sunset vlemorial Gardens. David Benson David R. Benson, 47, brother of Guy (jenson, fit. 4, Greeley, and formerly of Greeley, died Aprii 22 of a heart altack at his home in San Leandro Calif. Also surviving are his wife, S h a r o n ; three daughters, Beverly, Nancy and Cindy, al of California; his mother, Mrs. Pay Benson Roehm of Denver, r ive sisters, Mrs. Betty Ford of Oregon; Mrs. Edith Meser- aull of California; Mrs. Isabell leald, Mrs. Rosella Cummings and Mrs. Virginia Kenyon all of Denver; two other brothers Vorman of Utah, and Howard of California.and an aunt, Mrs Myrtle Johnson of Greeley. Services were held April K n Castro Valley, Calif. Loren Eiseley Need for Balance Told by Naturalist By JIM C R A I G Tribune Staff Writer Loren Eiseley, author of "The Immense Journey," was the keynote speaker at the fifth annual "Humanities Day" at the University of Northern Colorado last weekend. The noted naturalist lectured to approximately 5fl persons during a Friday morning session. He spoke on the balance that science must achieve so live .with his achievements he that man may endure for more than the present generation. "The public is paying the bill and has a right to know where the money is being spent," said Eiseley, ".but on the other hand Paul Roberts Paul Irwin Roberts. 903 5th St. died Friday in his home. He was retired. He was born March 29, 1910, in Longmont. He married Frances Koab in 1934 in Longmont. He moved lo Leadvilie with his parents. He retuurned to !/ngmont, then moved to Kersey and later to Greeley. Surviving are a son, Danny Roberts of Missoula, Mont.; a sister, Mrs. Madelaine I,ewis of Denver; a brother, Vaughn of Oakland, Calif., and two grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. Traffic Toll 62 Ahead Of 1971 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The dealh of an elderly Denver man more than a month after his car was hit by a train in southwest Denver has boosted Colorado's highway fatality count to 211, compared to 149 at the same time last year. Denver police said Ernest E. McCarty, 68, of Denver, died Sunday in a Denver hospital of injuries received in the March 27 accident. , A c c o r d i n g o f officials McCarty's auto apparently became stalled on railroad tracks and Ihe auto and driver were carried 326 feet from the point of impact when hit by a Denver Rio Grande Western locomotive. Three accidents claimed the lives of five persons over the weekend. The victims were W i l l i a m L.i Nelley, 22, and Estrada M.' Reyes, 23, both of Fort Carson Army Base; Terry F. Stevens, 18, Castle Rock, Colo.; and Benjamin Lee Thompson, 18, and David Wayne Gowen, 18, both of Boulder, Colo. The Slate Patrol said Neeley died at a Pueblo hospital late Saturday, three hours after the car he was driving went out of control and rolled four times, four miles north of Pueblo on Interstate Highway 25. Reyes, a passenger, was killed in the accident. :he public must be an educated and informed people." He added that many times the general public considers science .0 work like magic. "If we pollute Lake Michigan, jeople think scientists can find a cure. Unforlunately, scientists can solve problems but they can also create them,'" said Eiseley. 'This often occurs in a geometric ratio, and if man is to must plan them better than he las done." He added thai he felt that :liis cultural drag in a t t i t u d e toward science is largely because of the lack, of effort on the part of the mass media: "The media shows the public House Group Gives- Property Tax Limitation Bill More Thought By GORDON G, GAUSS Associated Press Writer DENVER (AP) -- A property tax limitation bill opposed by Gov. John A, Love mul declared outside the legislative call by Ally. Gen. Duke W. Dunbar lias been revived quietly by a committee in the Colo- rado House of Representatives. Apparently I ho action -- token more limn a week ngo by Ilio House Education Commit Ico -- means only n reprieve for the bill but it does keep the measure alive. It could be brought out for debate if suj- port develops behind it. North Vietnamese Take (Continued from page 1) were forced to pull back, however, when the rangers t u r n e d off the pressure from (he south. The enemy drive in the northern sector is believed part of n plan to seize South Vietnam's two northern provinces and to use this as leverage in the .Vietnam peace talks in Paris. The Communist command also is believed aiming at seizing major cities in the central highlands and central coast, effectively cutting South Vietnam in half. The seemed almost achieved. Quang Tri objective "We have given up plans to defend Quang Tri," said Brig. Gen. Thomas Bowcn, senior U.S. adviser in the north. Left to Own Devises The 5,000 South Vietnamese troops in the city were left to escape as best they could, officials at Hue reported. The collapse of Quang Tri's defenses after five days of renewed attacks on the city gave the Communist command its biggest victory to date in the month-old offensive, t h e f i r s t provincial capital to f a l l . , It remained to be seen whether the enemy forces would take over the virtually deserted city and face possible retaliation by allied air attacks. Lt. Gen. Hoang Xuan Lam, commander in the 1st military region, has said any city captured by the North Vietnamese in the area would be destroyed by his own forces rather than let them keep it. Almost all of Quang Tri's 25,moon landing because it is !000 residents had fled the fighting days ago, when renewed shellings and ground probes began against the city, 19 mites below the demilitarized zone. Highway Closed Highway 1 south'of Quang Tri spectacular, but they fail to show the great scientific advancements in other areas .imply because other areas don't lend themselves .well to public understanding." Eiseley was 1 critical of the money being spent on th space program, saying that such vast nims could be better spent for public b e n e f i t . ' H e added that man has achieved . very little onlooker at a food exhibition -n space travel when the total|he ate it. Staffordshire police picture is looked at. He also' : elt that this was the case in most scientific fields. HORNINGLOW-, England (AP) -- Mabel Whileland's prize winning fruit cake proved too great a temptation for one said they were looking into the case but noted that most of the evidence had disappeared. remained closed to t r a f f i c , and enemy sappers operating 80 miles below the demilitarized zone cut f h e roadway about 10 miles north of Da Nang nt the 3,500-foot Hai Van Pass, which connects Ihe big port city with Hue and Quang Tri. The road was destroyed in two places in the pass by the sappers who blew up culverts. Hut several hours later, light t r a f f i c started moving again after one culvert was replaced with a pontoon bridge and the second repaired with planks. It was a significant altack be- The bill WHS !ho proposal o(- 'ercd by Rep. Robert Schafcr, H-Coycro, 11 Is a revised form of n bill passed by the House ast ycnr but which died In Ilio Senate. Hcfore the Icglslallvo session opened Gov. Love said IIQ did not like the plan because he felt it would add to the tax burden of wage emers, Ixwc said the properly tax imitations set by the bill necessarily would mean rin incrcpso in the state income tax wlu'ch would be paid moslly by workers. The governor did not list Ihe liill among the topics he placed before the legislature for con cause Highway already blocked south of besieged Quang Tri City, is the main overland supply route from Da Naug to the northern front. Enemy action against it re slricls movement of supplies north and refugees south to Da Nang. There have been reports thai one of the North Vietnamese objectives is to seize the Hai Van Pass, cutting off Soutt Vietnam's twp northernmosl provinces of Quang Tri anc Thua Thien. Control Extended In Binh Dinh Province on the central coast, the North Vietnamese extended their contro' over about 200,000 people by completing a sweep of the three district towns. This gave the enemy their biggest' lerriloria" gains of the offensive that be gan March 30. To the west, in the central highlands^the North Vietnamese increased pressure nn the northren defense line of Kon- tum, attacking Fire Base Lima on Highway 14 about six miles north. Field reports said the North Vietnamese troops reached Ihe perimeter of the. base and cap- iideration but tender! it could Schafcr con- he introduced aecause of references to properly taxes in the governor's speech to the general assembly last January.' When Schafer introduced-. the measure it was sent to the Education Committee because of its effect upon school taxes. Subsequently, the attorney general issued an opinion to Ihe committee chairman, Rep. Jean Bain, R-Dcnver, saying the bill was outside the governor's call and could not be considered by (he legislature this year. The Revived April 21 bill was allowed 16 lie quietly in committee, apparently dead, until a meeting April 21 when it was brought out and approved at the behest of Rep. Charles M. (Bud) Edmonds, R- Manitou Springs. The action sent it to the House Rules Committee which is headed by Schafer. Mrs. Bain told a reporter that she doubts there will be any further action on the bill this year. She said she interpreted the committee vole as principally a favor to Schafer. Schafer also made no claim t h a t the measure will pass but said it now is in a position where he can have soma control over ils fate. lured tanks. four They U.S.-matle 'M41 were, reportedly beaten back by South Vietnamese and U.S. air strikes and fled leaving three tanks behind. One of the tanks was destroyed in Ihe fighting and 75 enemy were reported killed. South Vietnamese losses were put at eight killed and 10 wounded. ITie Slevens youth died at a Denver hospital six hours after he was injured in a two-car accident two miles south of Castle Rock. The patrol said Slevens was car driven by James A. Wemlcsday in Adamson Memor-i' n a1car driven by James A. ial Chapel. Interment w i l l be wa'nboldt, 29, of Kedalia, who in Linn Grove Cemetery. EVANGELISM CONGRESS VERO BEACH, Fla. ( A P ) A group of evangelical leaders from five continents including Billy Graham, announced here that an International Congress on World Evangelization will be held in Europe in the late summer or early fall of 1974, with up to 5,000 delegates from throughout the world. They said ils aim will he to call the church to "finish the task of proclaiming the Gospel to the world in our general inn." A similar congress was held in Merlin in 19G6. NEW YORK ( A P ) - Family Court Judge Shirley K r a m has (.Tdered two pre-teen-age boys to spend time scrubbing from subway station walls g r a f f i t i Ihcy placed there w i t h a paint- spray can. Rather t h a n place them in an institution for y o u t h f u l offenders, Judge Kram said: "I wauled to give them ilie chance to ndopl a responsible attitude, rather than to punish them." was attempting to pull another ear, which was stuck in the mud on a private road. Another car, driven by llarnk) T. Chete- lal, «, of Castle Hock, skidded into the side of (ho Wamholdl car, the p;i[rol said. Wamboldl and Chctebl suffered minor injuries, the patrol said. Tlmmpson and Ciowcn were killed when the car driven by Thompson ran off Iht old stage road in lioulder County, smashed into a tree. and KENTON WORKSHOP SPRINGFIELD, .Mo. ( A P ) The Stan Kenlcn Jazx, Orchestra in Residence program will be presonlcd at Drury College from June II through 17. Students wil participate in bands, sectionals for certain ins t r u m e n t s and will he encouraged to lake part in \xa. rock combos. Classes will he in stage band, jazz ensemf/le, j;izz rock ensemble, neophonic orchestra improvisation, composition, arranging, instrumental lech niques and jazz hislory and theory. There will bo 40 f a c u l t y members, i n c l u d i n g Kenton. El Charro Has 2nd Burglary For the second time in the last month, the El Charro R e s t a u r a n t h a s been mrglarized. This time burglars :ook $60 from the cigarette and iuke box machines. The burglary was reported at 1:50 a.m. Sunday by the'owner, Pete ChagoIIa. He said h» checked Ihe building at 10:30 ).m. Saturday and everything was all right. Police reported the burglar entered the building through an east window, after removing the screen and the glass. The coin xixes on Ihe two machines had jeen pried open, according to officers. DRUG P U S H E R ' S SAMPLE CASE Larimer Courtly District Ally. 'David I,. Wood o.-(irninf:s nn apparent "sample case" nf illegal drugs. Klghl persons were arrested in a raid in Hist Canyon by Larimer, Weld and Moulder County police agcnls who con- flcalcd drugs said In bo worlh $18,000, Each of the sample case cnnnlslcrn bore Inventory labels with exollc: names nn t-elmnnese Red, Slash Brand A or Hard Delight. (AP Wire- lilirjlfi) Slot Car Results In Ihe 320-1 ap open motor, open frame race Saturday evening Gary Gaines was fastest qualifier with 13 laps, 16 sections. Greg Talkington placed first with 293 laps. Doug Sharp rdaced second with 285 laps and Dave Rase placed third with 273 laps. Other places: Harold Shelley; fourth place, Kurt Pope; fifth place. Gary laines; sixth place. Ron Millner; seventh place. Marvin Meyers; eighth. Next race at Don's Raceway and Hobbies is at 7 p.m. Tuesday for "A" and "B" kit cars. When Words Fail, let . . , send your messag6 of condolences antl create a beautiful floral tribute- Ihe bereaved family will always remember; Wo . specialise In casket pieces and sprays, Unlquo designs ,wilh ever/order. Call 352-518? 2200 Reservoir Raid Of en 8 a.m. lo 5:30 p.m.

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