Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 26, 1973 · Page 6
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 6

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, April 26, 1973
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GREELEY (Cd».) TRIBUNE Hum., AprilM, ma Greeley police log Pots and pans brigade The woman at left holds several pots and pans which were used to carry water to dowse the flames of a car fire Wednesday afternoon at 17317lh Ave. The car, owned by Bill Burns of the same address, received $75 damage when the carburetor backfired and the engine burst into flames. (Tribune photo by Mike Peters) Obituaries County Highway until ill health UMM|«| CnMal retirement, died early Wed- Harold tngei nesdayi April 25 _ at Weld Funeral services for Harold County General Hospital where Engel, 316 Todd Ave., La Salle, he was taken after suffering an will beheld at 10a.m., Friday, apparent heart attack at his in the. Anderson Memorial home. He was 60. Chapel. Interment will be in Ft. A native Coloradan, he was Logan National Cemetery with born at La Salle, Dec. 9, 1912, military honors by Adamson- and was reared in the same Wormuth Post No. 6624, community and was graduated Veterans of Foreign Wars. from Gilcrest High School. He Engcl, a heavy duty equip- worked fora time as a federal ment operator for the Weld fruit and vegetable inspector, Department and entered the U.S. Army at forced his Ft. Logan, March 11, 1942. He ^^^^,_ served in Normandy, Ardennes | Northern France, Central Europe and the Rhineland, and was discharged at Ft. Logan, Sept. 23, 1945. Engel was employed in construction work and at the Weld County Lumber Co. in La Salle prior to going to work for the highway department. He was a charter member of Platteville Post No. 6011, Veterans of Foreign Wars. He was also a member of Bull Shipper Pup Tent No. 21, and Adamson-Wormuth Post No. 6624, VFW, at Evans. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Frederica Engel of Deaths and Funerals HDRMSON ENGEL Harold Engel of 316 Todd, LaSalle. Son ' of Mrs. Frederica.Engel of Greeley; brother of Carl Engel of Phoenix, Ariz., Esther Grimes of LaSalle, Isabelle Domde of Othelo, Wash., Ann Starr of Platteville, Louise Davis of San Luis Obispo, Calif., and Maud Reid of LaSalle. Services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Friday, from Adamson Memorial Chapel. Military Interment Ft. Logan National Cemetery in charge of Adamson- Warmuth Post No. 6624 VFW, Evans. GASS Hilon M. Gass of Fairacres Manor. Father of Mrs. Herbert (Myrtle) Wilcox of Greeley, Mrs. Harold (Mildred B.) Tilley of Wheat Ridge, Mrs. Harold (Bernedine L.) Stewart of Erie, Mrs. Robert (Doris J.) Spencer of Denver, Bernard Hilon Gass of Sidney, Nebraska; half-brother of Mrs. C. O. Martin of Bremerton, Wash. Also survived by 21 grandchildren, 15 great- grandchildren. Services will be held at 2:30 p.m.. Friday, from Gehrig Funeral Home, Sidney, Nebr. Interment Greenwood Cemetery, Sidney. Friends who wish may give to charity of choice. HUITT Lela Huittof Kenton Nursing Home. Arrangements later. INGHAM Mrs. Elizabeth Ingham of Kenton Nursing Home. Sister of David C. Carlson of Cheyenne, R. S. Carlson of Pinedale, Wyo., Gordon Carlson of Houston, Tex., Mrs. Edwin (Frances) Bradley of Cheyenne, and Mrs. Elmer (Mabel) Salberg of Canon City. Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday, from Adamson Memorial Chapet. Interment Linn Grove. LOTT Kirby Davis Lott of Kenton Nursing Home. Sister of Mrs. Lorraine Miller of Greeley; aunt of Mrs. D. E. (Kirby) Garrison of Greeley. Services will be held at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, from Moore's Chapel in Denver. Interment Cremation. MACY ALLNUTT M O R T U A R I E S COFFEY Mrs. Lois Erwa Coffey of 2132 8th Avenue. Wife of Ross B. Coffey. Mother of Mrs. Delores Hunt of Ravenna, Nebr., Charles Dennis Coffey of Longmont, and Mrs. Linda Whilman of Evans. Sister of Glen G. Smith of San Jose, Calif., and Darrell M. Smilh of Edison, Nebraska. Services and Interment at Edison, Nebraska. KENT Lewis R. Kent of 709 21st Avenue. Father of Glenn L. Kent of Chehalls, Washington. Brother of Mrs. Myrtle Merrltt of Fort Collins. Services 10:30 a.m. Saturday from Ihe Drawing Room. Masonic Services at Sunset Memorial Gardens by Ealon Lodge No. 109 A.F 8, A.M. . Greeley; a brother, Carl Engel of Phoenix, Ariz., and five sisters, Esther Grimes and Maud Reid, both of La Salle, Isabelle Domde of Othello, Wash., Ann Starr of Platteville, and Louise Davis of San Luis Obispo, Calif. Mrs. Lois Coffey Mrs. Lois Erwa Coffey, 2132 8th Ave., wife of Ross B. Coffey, died early Thursday, April 26, at Weld County General Hospital. She was 61. Born in Edison, Neb., July 29, 1911, she was married at Holdrege, Neb., Dec. 18, 1933. The Coffeys came to Greeley from Edison, in November, 1964. sisters, Mrs. Ida Benton of Wichita, Kan., and Mrs. Frances McCoy of Hudson, Kan. Mrs. Kirby Lott Funeral services for Mrs. Kirby Davis Lott, 901 Sherman St., Denver, will be held at 3:30 | p.m., Thursday, at Moore's Little Stone Chapel in Denver. Cremation will follow. Mrs. Lott, who had made her home at the Kenton Nursing Home for the past year, died at the nursing home early Wednesday, April 25. She was 77.' A native of Texas, she was born at Hillsboro, Oct. 22, 1895, and was a member of the First Church of Christ, Scientist. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Ray Miller, and a niece, Mrs. D. E. (Kirby) Garrison, both of Greeley. Hospital Dismissals Dismissed from Weld County General Hospital on Wednesday, April 25: Trudy De Jong, Huron, S.D.; David Brown, 3305 5th SI. Rd.; Sparla Walkey, Lovcland; Arthur Vasquez, 115 14th Ave.; Mrs. Leroy Mercer, 4701 Yosemite Dr. Glen Josephson, 1721 6th St.; Mrs. John Walker, Windsor; Mrs. Robert Crispen, AuK; George Call, 1515 7th Ave.; Augustine Montez, Ft. Morgan. Eugene Beck, 2115 51st Ave.; Mrs. Rose Cromwell, Greeley; Mrs. John Leadford, Bonell Retirement Community; Edna Dodson, Eaton; Harrison Hill, 1115 20th St. Theodore Aaron, 5005 23rd St.; Mrs. Walter Clark, 1020 23rd St. Rd.; Mrs. Marvin Ward, 2935 llth Ave.; Mrs. Charles Kuechenmeister and daughter, 1424 23rd Ave. Ct.; Mrs. John Eisenach, Platteville. Mrs. Robert Cumiford and WEDNESDAY a.m. 7:14 Released male prisoner. 7:57 Auto accident, l l t h Avenue and U.S. 34 by-pass. 8:26 Woman asks police to check if daughter is OK at 427 7th St. Daughter was fine. 8:46 Disturbance, 1317 2nd Ave. 9:00 Transferred four male prisoners to Weld County jail. 9:28 False a l a r m , Team Electronics, Greeley Mall. 10:09 Possible burglary reported 1011 l l t h Ave. Unfounded. 11:08 Possible burglary reported lOOli 9th A v e . Unfounded. 11:28 Larceny reported, Garnsey-Wheeler Ford. p.m. 12:51 Suspicious persons reported 2823 15th Ave. Ct. Unfounded. 1:44 Car reported on fire, 1731 7th Ave. Assisted fire department. 2:10 Car and trailer reported blocking sidewalk and driveway, Herdman Electric. Car impounded. ' 3:13 Auto accident, 26th Avenue and 10th Street. 3:17 Loud parly, 1200 block of 13th Avenue. Advised parties. 3:26 Death reported 1510 7lh Ave. Natural causes. 4:18 Shoplifter reported, Montgomery Wards, Greeley Mall. There were no shoplifters, just parties giving NCDA man a hard time. Advised and assisted. 4:29 Drunk reported silting in car at Weld County General Hospital. He was warned not to drive. 5:27 Loud party,'1200 block of 13th Avenue. Noise had stopped when officers arrived, but subjects warned a ticket would be given if officers had to return. 5:45 Man reported for obscene exposure in Glenmere Park. 7:02 Sick and injured parly reported 1434 5th St. 7:39 Auto accident, 2205 5th St. 8:00 Prisoner transferred to Weld County jail. 8:00 Four runaway juveniles reported. 10:38 Man reports tools taken from garage, 1807 14th St. 11:29 Suspicious activity, 908 B St. Someone reported running through yard. Gone on arrival. 11:29 Prowler reported, 2109 6th Ave. Gone on arrival. THURSDAY a.m. 12:13 Loud car reported, 2700 C St. Driver told to keep it quiet. 12:24 Woman reports father causing a disturbance. 12:26 Larceny reported at Taco Bell. Light was stolen. 1:31 Open door, Newco, Inc., 619 6th Ave. Building checks secure. 2:14 Shoplifting reported at 711 store, 9th Avenue and 16th Street. Clerk reported man walked out with some beer. Unfounded, money was on the counter. 2:45 Open window, Balcoin Chemical Co., 606 lOlh St. Building checked secure. 2:51 Disturbance reported 1011 C St. Weather forecast It will rain along the Easl Coast and in south western Texas j" on Thursday. It will be cold in the northern Midwest anfl mild in ' t '~ the Southwest. (AP Wirephoto) (UNC report as of 6a.m.) western mountains Friday. Lo»" High Wednesday 40 cally warmer most sections' 11 Low Ihis morning 33 Friday. Low tonight: 20s andu Barometer 30.23, rising low 30s wilh 10 to 20 mountains.^ Precipitation .21 High Friday 50s and a few low'.* Total for year 5.44 60s with 35 lo 45 mountains. ~ Highest temperature ever The Weather Elsewhere "'-'· recorded here on an April 26 |fy THK ASSOCIATED PRESS ISLAND GROVE BUILDING EXPLAINED -- John Haley of Nelson, Haley, Patterson and Quirk, is shown explaining a proposed new multi-purpose county building for Island Grove Park to a joint meeting of Weld County Commissioners and Greeley City Council last night in Greeley. (Tribune photo by Red Edgerton) was 85 in 1955; lowest was 24 in 1932. Albu'que Sun will rise Friday at 5:05 Amarillo a.m. and will set at 6:50 p.m. Anchorage Forecasts Birmingham Colorado-Rain or snow end- Bismarck ing northeast by afternoon and Boise southeast Ihis evening. Partly c n i ca g 0 cloudy tonight through Friday. Cincinnati Warmer Friday. Low tonight Dcn ver 30s and low 40s wesl, 25 lo 35 Dcs Mo|ncs east wilh 15 to 25 mountains. High Friday mostly 60s with 40s mountains. Extended forecast Colorado Extended outlook for Saturday through Monday. Variable cloudiness wilh occasional periods of snow mountains and showers or thunderstorms lower elevations Juncau over the weekend. Clearing and Kansas cit V a little cooler beginning of the Liulc Kock week. High temperatures 65 to Los An 8 e!es 75 wilh 45 to 55 mountains. Lows Memphis 30s and low 40s with 15 to 25 mountains. Wyoming-Partly cloudy over (he slale lonighl Ihrough Friday. Snow showers north- Ill lo'.Prc Otlk'" 1 Delroit Fairbanks Fort Worth Helena Honolulu Houston Ind'apolis Jacks'ville 71 43 57 40 38 33, 71 61 49 32 67 43, 59 43 58 42 45 34 57 48 60 42 39 27 74 57 53 29 83 70 87 60 63 43 80 61 49 38 69 48 cdy"" .39 cdy 1 "; cdy'" 1 ' .02 rn' .04 clr clro clr* .29 sn rn clr ,,', cdy "' cdy-- , -a cdy .02 clr"' 92 cdy clr'" .39 rn' u .10 rn r n ' J 73 59' 1.68 rn ; ' ; 69 54 cdy ? " 76 57 .01 cdy 79 74 cdy"" 48 40 p cdy' ;n 83 69 108 rn'." .87 rn"J rr C .12 cdy" 63 50 62 51 49 43. Island Grove Patrol reports two accidents in Weld County Wednesday Mrs. Coffey was a member of daughter, Briggsdale; Mrs. the Christian Church in Edison. Renaldo Olivo and sou, 418',i? 8th Surviving, in addition to her husband, Ross B. Coffey, are two daughters and a son, Mrs. Delores Hunt of Ravenna, Neb.; Charles Dennis Coffey of Longmont and Mrs. Linda Whitman of Evans; seven grandchildren and one great- grandchild. Also surviving are two brothers, Glen G. Smith of San Jose, Calif., and Darrell Jim Smith of Edison, Neb. Funeral services and in- Ave.; Mrs. Dennis Klein and son, Ht. 4; Mrs. Joseph Gonzales and daughter, 810 3rd SI.; Mrs. Franklin Johnson, Rl. 2; Mrs. Sam Archuleta, 22801st St. Stork Express terment at Edison, Neb. Macy Allnutt Mortuary is in charge of local arrangements. Anna Linnebur Recitation of the Rosary will precede a concelebrated Mass of the Resurrection for Mrs. Anna F. Linnebur of Roggen, at Sacred Heart Church in Roggen, at 7:30 p.m., Thursday. Interment will be in Elmwood Cemetery at Brighton at 11 a.m., Friday. Rice Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Linnebur, wife of Joseph F. Linnebur, died Tuesday, April 24, at Presbyterian Medical Center in Denver. She was 72. Born in Port Hudson, Mo., Nov. 24, 1900, she was married at Garden Plain, Kan., April 14, 1920. The couple came to Ihe Roggen community in 1928, and had farmed at Roggen for 45 years. Mrs. Linnebur was a member of Sacred Heart Parish at Roggen, and an honorary member of the Sacred Heart Altar and Rosary Society. Surviving, In addition to her husband, Joseph F. Linnebur, ore four sons and daughters, Mrs. John (Agnes) Evers, Eileen Linnebur, Earl Linnebur and Ivan Linnebur; 14 grandchildren and nine grent-grnnd- childrcn. Also surviving are two Born at Weld County General Hospital to: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCartney, 1111 26th Ave., a son, on Wednesday, April 25. Mr. and Mrs. Matteo Alvarez, La Salle, a son, on Wednesday, April 25. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Brin, 3913 Glacier Dr., a son, on Wednesday, April 25. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McFarlane, 2030 10th Ave., a daughter, on Wednesday, April 25. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dees, Evans, a son, on Wednesday, April 25. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Erbes, Windsor, a daughter, on Wednesday, April 25. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Antonopulus, 18235th SI., a son, on Wednesday, April 25. Man arrested for possession of marijuana One man was arrested Tuesday for cultivation and possession of m a r i j u a n a , Greeley police reported. Police said that, acting on a tip from an informer, they arrested Edward Downing, 35, 516 20th Ave. Armed wilh a search warrant, police discovered a plant in the living room at that address and, while searching the home, Downing showed them marijuana seeds. Police said they found four pipes with marijuana residue, two books of cigarclle papers and two joints of marijuana nl Ihe scene In addition to the plant and seeds. Continued from page 1 At this point, Neal Carpenter pointed out that not a line had been put on paper in regard lo Ihe conrlhouse complex. Billings said Ihe commissioners might make a decision next week on the welfare building and that Ihere would be a 180-day completion date. Huffman said he thought Sam Sasaki, city planning officer, should be informed of the possible welfare building sites being considered so thai some input from the city could be had. At this point the discussion turned to proposed development of Island Grove Park and formation of Ihe Park Commission. Perchlik then launched into a lengthy attack on the county for not naming members lo the originally proposed commission 18 months ago and said he thought no further planning or thought should take place on the proposed county Island Grove building until Ihe six man commission had a chance to review the plans, lie also called for a definite Park Commission policy so that no matter who was a member, there would be guidelines to operate within. He also said there were problems of land ownership ir. Island Grove that needed to be cleared up before any further development or planning is done. The meeting continued for a time wilh both city and county officials making accusations of evening, where Jack Ikenouye Weld United Way workers attend regional meet 87 70 92 58 47 44 71 47 cdy"" clr" 1 .41 rri " i cdy Ralph W. Riggs of Platleville escaped injury when Ihe 1972 auto he was driving ran off the road and overturned at 11:30 p.m. Wednesday, the Highway Patrol reported. According to Patrolman Chris Malson, the Riggs auto was eastbound on Colo. 119 and ran off the road at Ihe intersection of Counly Road 13. A three-car mishap occurred at 7:20 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection of 1-25 and Colo. 52, Patrolman Charles Hcister reported. The drivers were identified as Willis Henry Honebein of Loveland, Amil Arlhur Jacobitz of Denver, and Gary Russell Blass of Lovcland. Palrolman Heisler said Ihe Honebein car slid off the road, Fire report Three culls were reported Wednesday by the Grceley Fire Department. Damage of $75 was received by a 1965 car owned by Bill Burns, 1731 7lh Ave., Wednesday afternoon when Ihe car backfired. Fire dcparlmenl unils answered a call at iitli Si reel and l l t h Avenue where a man was reported lying in Ihe sired. When firemen arrived, he was gone. Firemen also answered a call lo 1434 511i SI. Wednesday and Ihe .laeobitz auto slid out of control and collided with the Blass car. The Honebein car was not d a m a g e d , the Jacobitz car received ?80 damage, and Ihe Blass aulo damage was $200, Heisler said. Civil Defense siren test slated May 1 Uepuly Civil Defense Director Bruce Forbes an nounced Wednesday thai Ihe Civil Defense siren ulop Ihe First National Bank will be lested al 9 a.m. May 1. The lest will be conducted to determine how far away Ihe siren can be heard. Persons in nu! lying areas around Greeley are asked to call (he lire station at 353-6123 if they can hear Ihe alarm. clr- Miami Milwaukee New Orleans New York Okla. Cily Omaha Orlando Phoenix Pittsburgh Pt'land, Ore. Rapid City St. Louis The Fort Collins Area United gait Lake Fund hosted the llth annual United Fund Institute this week which was attended by 10 Seattle members of the Weld County Spokane United Way. Tampa The purpose of the meeting, according lo Calherine Warren, executive secretary of the Weld County Group, was to exchange ideas and information pertinent to United Way and United Fund. Attending the meeting from the Grceley area were Jack Meakins, president; Carleton Cadettes from Greeley will joirgj Flynn, drive chairman; Ed other scouts from the Mountains Nusbaum, assistant drive Prairie Conference in Ihigj chairman; Dave Rosentrater, '- ··---' ~ - · · drive public relations chairman; Mrs. Warren; Dale Hammer, Sam Lopez and Jim Gossman, directors. Participating in the program San Diego San Fran Washington 64 52 1.27 rn» 67 48 clC 65 37 clrS 65 58 cdj£ 70 48 63 46 64 40 _ 85 69 .36cdjM 64 52 1.07 rrS Girl Scouts 2 4B conference set S in Denver 5 via Senior Girl Scouts andTM year's Senior Conference thin* weekend in Denver anS Boulder. £ Included in the girls' schedulqg for (he three-day conference ii-g Ihe play "Life is a Dream,'*" were Clark Ewald who tours of the Denver Art"" moderated a panel on Museum, Museum of Natural budgeting-accounting and History. Bolanical Gardens amS accountability; and Jerry the Denver Zoo. : J£ Dickerson who was a panelist Theme of the conference' is^ on the subject of campaigning. "Girl Scouts Now." ** non-cooperation. Cily Councilman Gid Gates and Wayne Soclman finally managed to bring the discussion back lo some semblance of order and a meeting of the six man Park Commission was agreed upon for May 2. Jusl before the meeting adjourned, Robert Bischoff, president of the Greeley Area Chamber of Commerce, pledged cooperation of thai group, but expressed Ihe hope that more cooperation could he achieved between city and county oflidnls. , i? reported he was unable lo get a response from his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Ikenouye, 73. Firemen broke into Ihn home and discovered the woman safe, but frightened. Catholic School registration set for Sunday Registration for new students in grades oile Ihrough six will lie held from ! a.m. until noon Sunday al (he Grceley Catholic School In Ihe school office. A hint of spring can always be found when mother nature sends forth her colors nnd Ihis rooster pheasant Is perhaps one of the most splendid works of nature. However, Ihis fleet- fooled and winged bird did mil sll still loo long Hint of spring after being photographed nnd the call of a hen £5 nearby might have Indicated he was trying toj" lead « potential danger away from the nest.» (Tribune photo by Jim Craig) , ?

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