Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 8, 1977 · Page 6
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Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, June 8, 1977
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6 GRKELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Wed.. June 8.1977 fV-i"T-'*yH" \ r ^ i ~" i " rSCi °° *r r* \ i © ' ' ·, \/I..P...... ' 9 . ! "! --v^i i«j / ······"« ,.«,! Stmlonotr OciLdtd \1 NAIIONAl WEAIHER SIIVICE Amateur archer One of the most popular learning sessions bow and arrow safely. Leader Duane at the Cub Scout Akela Days camp east of Hakanson helps Cub Scout Rodney Froid, 8, to Greeley this week was the archery instruction shoot the arrow at the target. (Tribune photo area. Each boy is instructed in the parts of the by Mike Peters) archery equipment, then is taught to shoot the Three arrested in marijuana probe Knotty problem Steve Sword, left, a first-class Boy Scout, Scout day camp Tuesday. More than 400 Cub shows Cub Scout Sean Smith, 9. the intricacies Scouts participated the the five-day camp this involved in knot tying at the Akela Days Cub week.(Tribune photo by Mike Peters) Three men were arrested by police Tuesday afternoon when officers responding to a loud music complaint found a marijuana plant in a flower pot in the home of the men. Arrested were Dennis Wayne Reddy, 21. Timothy Lee Dwyer, 22, and Lonnie Eugene Dyer, 23. Reddy was arrested for investigation of cultivation of marijuana, possession of marijuana and possession of dangerous drugs. Dwyer was arrested for investigation of cultivation of marijuana, and Dyer was arrested for investigation of cultivation and possession of marijuana. Police said they were called to the men's home at 2280 1st Ave., at 2:42 p.m. Tuesday when persons complained of loud music coming from the area. While police were at the scene, one officer reported he saw what appeared to be a marijuana plant in a pot in the living room. With the permission of one of the suspects, officers searched the house and confiscated the plant, other m a r i j u a n a , m a r i j u a n a paraphernalia and some s u s p e c t e d a m p h e t a m i n e tablets.. Three thefts investigated . Three thefts involving items ranging from binoculars to a stereo system to a diamond ring are being investigated by Greeley police Wednesday. James A. Alles, 1427 33rd Ave., told police Sunday someone pried open the door to his garage, then entered his home and took more than 51,000 worth of items. Taken from the house were two pairs of binoculars, a stereo amplifier, speakers and tape deck, a color television set and several items of jewelry. Police are also investigating the theft of a diamond ring and a topaz ring from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Page, 1129 llth St. Mrs. Page told officers the rings, worth S970, were taken from a jewelry box on a bedroom dresser. The Pages may have been outside working on their garden when the theft occurred. More than $500 worth of stereo equipment was stolen from the home of Timothy Ewing, Charles Whelon and Robert Jacox, 802 20th St., while two of the victims were asleep in the house early Tuesday morning. Ewing has left Greeley, and his roommates were asleep in the house when the theft occurred. The stereo equipment was owned by Ewing, according to police. WEATHER FORECAST -- Showers are forecast Wednesday from the central and northern Rockies to the central and northern Plains. Showers are also forecast from the Ohio Valley to the Northeast. Cool weather is forecast in the Northeast but warm weather is expected for the rest of the nation. (AP Wirephoto Map) The weather Indian makeup A member of the Order of the Arrow leader of Den 2, Pack 245. The Order of the honorary Boy Scout group paints Indian Arrow gave Indian dances and instructed the designs on the face of Cub Scout Den Leader cub scouts at the Akela Days camp on Indian Diane Dawson, 4912 21st St. Rd. She is the Lore. (Tribune photo by Mike Peters)" City accident causes severe injuries A Greeley man was admitted to Weld County General Hospital late Tuesday after he received severe injuries in a two-car collision in the 2500 block of 23rd Avenue. Michael Banks, 22, 1852 llth Ave., is reported in satisfactory condition in the hospital. He underwent surgery late Tuesday for the injuries he received in the accident at 9:38 p.m. The driver of the other car, John Floyd Guerin, 28, 2611 23rd Ave., was treated at the hospital and released Police had no other details of the accident Wednesday morning. Another two-car collision caused injuries to the drivers at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the intersection of 10th Street and 28th Avenue. Obituaries Thomas L. Girault Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Evans Memorial Chapel on the campus of the University of Denver for Thomas L. Girault, 2280 S. University Blvd., father of Dr. John Stevens Girault of Greeley. Girault, who was born in Lincoln County, Miss., died at his home Monday, June 6. He received a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Denver in 1917, and a master degree from the same university the following year. He also was the recipient of an Deaths and Funerals MACY ALLNUTT M O R T U A R I E S GUNDERSON John Gunderson of the Fair- acres Manor Nursing Home. Arrangements lafer. RQRMSON ROTHE Larry Duanc Rolhe of 428 35th Avenue. Arrangements later. honorary doctor of humane letters from the University of Northern Colorado in 1958. For many years he taught in schools in Mississippi, Texas, and in Sterling and Denver high schools, and served two years as deputy with the U.S. Department of Internal Revenue, as well as operating a privately owned investment trust. He traveled extensively on both the North American and European continents, and was the author of numerous papers and served on many state and local boards and committees. He was a member of the University Park Methodist Church, American Delta Gamma, Phi Delta Kappa; Colorado Schoolmasters; C o l o r a d o E d u c a t i o n A s s o c i a t i o n , N a t i o n a l Education Association, the Denver University 0ub, and was a 32nd degree Mason. Among his many citations are a special alumni award from the University of Denver in 1953, American Red Cross special award, and a special citation for meritorious service from the Secretary of the Treasury. He is survived by his wife, Lucille Tully Girault; a son, John Stevens Girault, professor of theater arts at UNC; a daughter, Emily S. Girault, San Francisco, Calif., two stepchildren, eight grandchildren and three greal-grandci-'ldren. Larry D. Rothe Larry D. Rolhe, 428 35th Ave., died Tuesday. June 7, at Weld County General Hospital from injuries received in an accident at Monfort of Colorado plant.. He was 39. Born at Loveland, Aug. 8, 1937, he came to Greeley when he was five years old and was graduated from Greeley Central High School. He entered the U. S. Navy in Denver, July 25, 1957, and following his discharge at Bee Ville, Tex., returned to Greeley. He had been employed as a forklift operator for Monfort's for the past 16 years. He married Patricia Walker in Greeley, Oct. 26, 1963. He was a member of Our Savior's Lutheran Church. . Survivors, in addition to his wife, Mrs. Patricia Rothe, are a daughter, Michelle Rothe, and a son, Troy Rothe, both at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Schafer of Greeley; and a stepgrand- mother, Mrs. Mary Kechter of Bayard, Neb. Also surviving are three sisters and four brothers, Mrs. Ellen Gordy of Austin, Tex., Mrs. Delores Gonsior of Cheyenne, Wyo., Howard Rothe of Baytown, Tex., and Mrs. Donna Staley, Alvin Rothe, Marvin Rothe and Ronald Schafer, all of Greeley. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Our Savior's Lutheran Church. Interment will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Friends may give to the memorial fund of Our Savior's Lutheran Church. Florence R. Kohler Funeral services for Florence R. Kohler, 3530 S. Logan, Englewood, widow of Mike Kohler, and a former long-time Greeley area resident, will be at at the Bullock Mortuary in Englewood. Interment will be in Crown Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Kohler died Monday. June 6, at the home of her daughter, following a long illness. She was 86. A native Coloradan, Mrs. Kohler was born in Cherokee Park, April I, 1891, and was married to Mike Kohler in 1915. They farmed in the Greeley-Gill areas for many years before moving to Englewood in 1943. From 1946-1956 Mrs. Kohler was active as a foster mother, working with dependent children. Her husband died in 1969. Survivors include two daughters, Janice Palmer and Michaela Kohler, both of Englewood; four sons, Russell Kohler of Estes Park, Roland and Roger Kohler, both of Englewood, and Rex Kohler of Littleton; also 19 grandchildren and 15 greatgrandchildren. Two sons, Ralph and Robert Kohler, preceded their mother in death. Also surviving is a sister. Juanita Erickson of Galcton. Viola M. Wildy Memorial services for Miss Viola Marie Wildy, a long-time Greeley business woman, will be held in the chapel of the First United Methodist Church at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, June 9. Interment of the cremains will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Miss Wildy died Friday, May 27, at the Dana Home in Santa Barbara, Calif., where she had resided since 1973. She was 83. She was born in Linzberg, 111., March 8, 1894, and came to Greeley in 1928 from Scottsbluff, Neb. For 40 years she was affiliated with Bankers Life of Iowa as a life underwriter. She was a member of the First United Melhodisl Church and the Greeley AHrusa Club. ' Survivors include a brother, Edgar A. Wildy of Virginia, and two nieces, Mrs. Judy Quillan of Maryland and Mrs. Betty Langefeld of California. Friends may give to the memorial fund of the First United Methodist Church of Greeley. Rose J. Thompson Mrs. Rose J. Thompson, a former long-time Greeley resident, died Monday, June 6, at her home in Arcadia, Calif. Rose J. Waite was married to Dr. Joseph L. Thompson in 1924 and resided in Greeley until after the death of her husband in 1936. After moving to Pasadena, Calif., in 1937, she operated a dress shop for many years. She is survived by two daughters and a son, Anna Lou Roginson and Richard Joe Thompson, both of Arcadia, and Dorothy June Pollack of Sherman Oaks, Calif.; six grandchildren and one great grandchild, and a sister,- Mrs. Virginia Jackson of Greeley. Cremation and interment will be at Forest Lawn at Glcndale, Calif. Janice Nadine Tritt, 47, 1213 30th Ave., and William I/ouis Valdreau III, 21,1108 7th Street were the drivers of the vehicles in the accident, and both were treated at Weld County General Hospital and released. The Valdreau car received S900 damage, and damage to the Tritt car was set at S800. Tire blow-out causes accident A blown-out tire resulted in an accident which caused 5200 damage to a 1964 car driven by Dennis Janoushek of Henderson Tuesday, the Colorado State Patrol said. Officers said the car was :raveling on Weld 6414 five niles northwest of Greeley vhen the tire blew out. The auto eft the highway and struck a ence. Born at Weld County General Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Marc Pettit, Eaton, a daughter, on Tuesday, June 7. Mr. and Mrs. Padro Rodriquez, 1508 26th Ave., a son, on Tuesday, June 7. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gehlen, Fort Morgan, a son, on Tuesday, June 7. Mr. and Mrs. Tito Garza, 1005 22nd Ave. Ct., a daughter, on Tuesday, June 7. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Raybert Sowl, Denver, a son, on Monday, May 9, in Aurora Presbyterian Hospital. He has been named Brian Scott. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McCauly of Yuma and Mrs. Adah Sowl of Greeley. Greeley police log TUESDAY 7:42 Charles Erickson reported lumber was stolen from construction site at 814 37th Ave. Ct. 8:41 Accident at Linn Grove Cemetery. 8:58 Alvin Fuhlendorf reported vandals damaged his vehicle.. 8:59 Report of juveniles throwing water balloons at cars. 9:58 Burglary reported at 1129 llth St. 10:18 A woman's purse was found and placed in evidence. 10:53 A man found several pieces of women's clothing in Luther Park. 11:13 Report of salesmen selling books door-to-door; officers checked for city license. p.m. 1:06 Accident at 8th Avenue and 6th Street. 1:05 Loud music complaint. 1:08 Neighborhood dispute reported. 1:30 Runaway juvenile reported. 1:50 Watering complaint received. 1:53 Man reported someone stole his fence. 3:08 Accident at 9th Street and 20th Avenue. 3:11 Watering complaint received. 3:12 Vandalism reported at Greeley Properlies Ltd., 2147 27th Ave. Ct. 4:02 Woman reported someone stole her billfold. 4:15 Report received of Monfort employe killed in in : dustrial accident. 4:29 Three persons arrested for allegedly growing. marijuana in their home. 4:34 Accident in the parking lot of Cache National Bank, llth Avenue and 27th Street. 5:41 Accident at 10th Street and 28th Avenue. 5:54 Burglary reported at 327 llth Ave. 6:12 Reckless driver reported in Island Grove Park. 6:59 Lost child reported. 8:51 Stolen bicycle reported. 9:40 Accident at 2530 23rd Ave. 9:53 Vandalism reported at 2632 15th Ave. Ct. 11:00 Loud motorcycle complaint received. 11:03 Stolen pickup truck located. 11:22 Racing cars reported in the 300 block of 14th Avenue. WEDNESDAY a.m. 12:28 Man reported a friend assaulted him. 12:34 Fight reported in the' Greeley Mall parking lot. 12:37 Attempted burglary reported at 1842 8th Ave. 12:45 Loud party complaint. 1:05 Suspicious persons reported in the area of 12th Street and 13th Avenue. 1:18 Report of several dogs running at large in the area from 4th Street to 6th Street on llth Avenue. 1:59 Loud music complaint; officers found a janitorial service employe was apparently playing loud music .while working. Colorado -- Widely scattered mainly afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms, otherwise partly cloudy .through Thursday. Continued warm daytime temperatures. Highs today and Thursday mid 80s to 90s with 70s to lower 80s mountains. Lows tonight 50s to lower 60s with upper 30s and 40s mountains. Extended outlook (Friday through Sunday) Colorado -- Very warm with a chance of showers and turning cooler easl Saturday and Sunday. Highs 80s and 90s with 70s mountains, cooling to mostly 80s with 60s mountains by Sunday. Lows 50s and 60s with 40s mountains, cooling to 40s and low 50s with 30s mountains by Sunday. Wyoming T- Widely scattered showers and "thunderstorms through Thursday. A little cooler west Thursday. Highs today 70s and low 80s west to 80s and low 90s east. Lows tonight upper 30s and 40s west to mid 50s east. Highs Thursday low 70s west to mostly 80s east. NEW YORK (UPI) The highest temperature reported Tuesday to the National Weather Service, excluding Alaska and Hawaii, was 110 degrees at Gila Bend, Ariz. Today's low was 25 degrees at Elkins, W.Va. The Weather Elsewhere By The Associated Press Wednesday HI Lo Prc Otlk Albany 56 48 .. cdy Albu'que 87 58 . . c d y Amarillo 83 62 .. cdy Anchorage 62 41 .. M Asheville 68 39 .. clr Atlanta 76 52 .. clr Birm'ham 78 47 .. clr Bismarck 95 53 .. clr Boise 89 64 .. rn Boston . 58 50 .14 rn Brownsville 94 70 .. clr Buffalo 57 44 .. cdy CharlstnSC 78 65 .. clr Charlstn'WV 64 37 .. cdy . Chicago 62 56 .. rn Cincinnati 66 46 .. rn Cleveland 58 39 .. rn Dal Ft. Win 91 60 .. clr Denver 67 59 .. cdy Des Moines 85 61 ... rn Detroit 65 43 .. rn Duluth 68 43 .75 cdy Fairbanks 68 '52 .. cdy Helena 85 60 .09 rn Honolulu 85 73 .. cdy Houston 94 70 .. clr Irid'apolis 71 54 .01 cdy Jacks'ville 86 59 .. clr Juneau 62 44 .. cdy Kan's City 80 6! .. clr Las Vegas 102 72 .. rn Little Rock 80 63 . . c l r Los Angeles Louisville Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpis-St. P. N e w O r l e a n New Orleans New York Okla. City Omaha Orlando Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh P'tland, Me. P'tlnd.O. Rapid City Richmond . St. Louis St. P. Tampa Salt Lake San Diego San Fran · Seattle Spokane Washington Akron Alamosa Canon City Cheyenne Colo. Spring's Crook Denver Durango Estes Park Ft. Collins Granby Grand Jet. Gunnison La Junta Lamar Leadville Pueblo Trinidad n 64 71 st 81 58 92 78 65 50 81 58 88 66 66 56 81 56 83 61 88 70 67 44 10784 58 39 51 46 78 53 88 62 72 44 79 60 89 75 90 63 68 62 61- 52 72 53 90 61 71 49 86 56 78 42 94 59 83 55 77 57 94 56 87 59 85 50 78 4988 56 78 40 97 68 78 49 . 96 65 89 62 .. cdy .06 rn .. clr .. rn .. cdy .07 cdy .. clr .01 clr .. clr .. clr .24 cdv .. clr .. cdy .. cdy .37 rn .. cdy .. cdy .. cdv -·- cdy .. rn .. cdy .. cdy .. clr .. cdy .. cdy .. cdy pc .24 pc .15 clr .15 pc .01 clr pc clr pc t pc clr t clr cdy .18 cdy cdy pc 64 34 -.14 pc 93 60 88 53 t pc clr ACBL plans charity play here Sunday The Northern Colorado Unit of the American Contract Bridge League will sponsor a single-session charity event at 1:30p.m. Sunday at the Greeley Holiday Inn. The one-session Open Pairs event will be played in honor of the late Maurice Hole, a longtime driving force in Rocky Mountain area tournament bridge. ACBL District 17, which includes all Rocky Mountain States, .has coordinated the event so that the same hands will be played at the same time throughout the seven-state area. A portion of each entry fee will be contributed to the Maurice Hole charity fund for disbursement by the ACBL. -Hospital Dismissals- Dismissed from Weld County General Hospital on Tuesday, June 7: Mrs. Ray Bose, Yuma; Mrs. Dorothy Dennis, 1745 30th St.; Eugene Hartlett, Eaton; Mrs. P.oy Miller, Kersey; Mrs. Helen Austin, 1840 12th Ave. Prentice Ainsley, Brush; Jarrod Lebsack, 4667 25th Ave. Ct.; Wilma MacLeod, 1214 14th Ave.; Christine Mason, 2123 27th Ave. Ct.; George Naranjo, 102 9th Ave. Larry Osier, 1824 Front Ave.; Mrs. David Bymer and daughter, Pierce; Mrs. Thomas Simmons and daughter, Gilcrest; Mrs. James Bonnell, Eaton; Mrs. Dale Brauher, 417 E. 8lh St. Mrs. Johanna Hunteman, Bonell; Mrs. Charles Rushton, Phoenix, Ariz.; Joe Lugo, Hudson. Dismissed from Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, June 7: Doris Spatz, Cheyenne, Wyo.; Helen Rios, 522 llth St.; Josephine Araujo, Fort Morgan. 25/000 KEYBtANKS Foreign and Domestics REELEY LOtKWKEY (Foraiitj*. 6. locksmith) - - MMJlkSI,- . 353-7880

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