Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 2, 1972 · Page 18
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 18

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, May 2, 1972
Page 18
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18' (JUKBLEY (Colo.) T H I H U N K Tucs., May 2, 1972 Five Suffer Minor Injuries In Spectacular 2-Car Crash FWe persons were injured in n two-car mishap at the intersection of 5th Street and 9lh Avenue at 7:04 p.m. Monday, according to police reports. Al} -five were taken to WeM ' j i t y General Hospital, Crf.n'ji (rc$u*l across the street, Jumped the curb mid struck a tree belonging to Adamson's Mortuary. Police reported ?700 damage to Davenport's 1304 nnto, and the Hindmrm 1070 auto received and released. The $ 1|5 oo damage. The tree ...iswlal said Tuesday none of Ihujijijuries were serious. Ajsb involved in the accident wi$a parked auto nnd a tree. Allies driven by Ciordon Leroy Difvehporl, 1424 5th St., and Klsle.Mtirii! Hindman of Denver collided al Ihe intersection,, causing extensive damage to botji'imlos. 'rJiiS Hindman aulo was northbound on 9lh Avenue and collided with Davenport's auto which was easlbound on 5th Strget. A f t e r the collision, the H f"si d in a n auto continued diagonally across 5lh Street and struck a parked vehicle. Davenport's auto continued AIR SHOCKS 65.95 : '" -- INSTALLED- ···: COLLINS i'j: MUFFLER SHOPS ;;j'oi w. ioth 353-2537 received $20 damage. 'Pooh' Latin Translator Dies RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (AP) -- Alexander Lenard, the Hungarian born scholar who translated "Winnie the Pooh' into Latin, has died in southern Brazil, at the age of 62. Lenard came to Brazil in 1951 as a war refugee. He lived on a farm in a sparsely populated valley in Santa Catarina State, where he spent most of his lime planting trees and playing Bach on the piano. In 1956 he won several thousand dollars on a Brazilian TV quiz show, answering questions about Bach. Two years later he wrote a Latin version of "Winnie the Pooh" to try to interest youngsters in the study of Latin. Lenard died April 14, according to news reports here. Welcome... Bert Welch (formerly at Cooper's Conoco) invites all his friends to stop in and see him at his new ROYAL SHAMROCK location -- 13th Street and 11th Avenue. Bert offers fast/ friendly service -- convenient self- service-- topquality gasoline at a real bargain . . . "BE Loyal To ROYAL And SAVE" F I R E M A N SPRINGS INTO ACTION -- Greeley fireman Gary Nolan removes a set of burned bedsprings from a storage shed which caught fire Monday. The fire at 1G12 7lh Ave. was thought .to have been started by children playing with matches. (Tribune photo by Mike Peters) In The Courts DISTRICT COURT Pleads Innocent Jerry Medina, 20, of Kersey, i I e a d e d innocent at his irraignment in District Court icre Monday to a charge of laving sold marijuana on Keb. 1. Judge Donald A. Carpenter continued the case to May 'or trial setting. Pleads in Check Case Darrold G. Parker, 32, Windsor, pleaded innocent 29 of to wo bad check felony charges, lis case was continued to June 26 for trial setting. Parker is accused in one charge of giving a $374.30 check drawn on the First Security Bank of Livingston, Mont., in which he had insufficient funds for payment, last Nov. 9 to (procure merchandise and cash land with the intent to defraud Mobile Greeley. Plywoods Inc. of In the second charge, he is accused of giving a $76.32 check drawn on the same bank on the same date to procure the rental of a trailer and with the intent to defraud Varsity U- Haul. Four Enter Pleas Gilbert Archibeque, 24, 1128 8th St., Henry L. Renner, 18, land Valentino A. Renner, 20, both 917 A St., and Alex J. Meira, 36, of Kersey, pleaded^ nnocent to burglary and t h e f t ' charges. Judge Carpenter continued the case to May 15. The four men are accused in Ihe first charge of entering a b u i l d i n g of Twin City Distributing Inc., 611 8th St., April 21 with the intent to commit a theft, In (he second charge, they are accused of taking beer of a value less than $ 1 0 0 belonging to the distributing firm. Probation Denied "Steve Brown, 19, 1827 26th Ave. Ct., was denied probation and sentenced to six months in county jail on a charge of possessing marijuana March 8. However, Judge Carpenter suspended the jail sentence on payments of court costs by the defendant. Pleads in Robbery Case Lee K. Martinez, 26, "of Aull, pleaded innocent to a simple robbery charge. His case was continued to May 29 for trial. Martinez is accused of taking cash from Terry Ortega Feb. 14 by force and intimidation. Waives Trial Robert Hile, 19, 1619 lllh Ave., after pleading'innocent to a charge of having marijuana in his possession March 20, asked for deferred prosecution ·ights to a speedy trial. As a result, Judge Hugh H. \rnold placed llile on super- ·isory probation lor a period of one year. Charged With Theft Amador Borjas, also known is Bumpers and Juan Garcia, ;8, of Fort Luplon, pleaded nnocent to an aggravated robbery charge. Judge Arnold continued the case to May 8 or trial setting. Borjas is accused of making an assault on Thomas Clements and Mike Kilgore April 16 and, 3V force and intimidation and Our racing champion. Our economy champion. case and waived his Desegregation Group Files Final Brief DENVER (AP) -- A group of parents seeking a district-wide desegregation plan for Denver public schools filed its final brief wilh the U.S. Supreme Court Monday, it was reported licre. Lawyers for the Denver Board of Education now have 30 days in which to file their answer. Oral arguments in the controversial case are expected to be heard following the opening of the Supreme Court's fall term in October. The Supreme Court initially The Datsun 240-Z. Winner: 1971 East African Safari. Winner: 1970 1971 American Road Race of Champions, The 240-Z is a name to reckon with in racing circles. Engineering excellence has made it a champion. The same kind of engineering excellence you'll find in every Datsun. EHRLICH MOTORS, INC. 2733 8th Ave. 353-5333 The Datsun 1200 Sedan is our fowest-priced car. And it's a champion in its own v/ay, too. It's one of the most economical automobiles you can own: around 30 miles per gallon. The 1200 has lots of other things going for it, too. Safety.front disc brakes. Full-vinyl interior with bucket s e a t s . Four-speed f u l l y synchronized stick shift. (3-speed automatic transmission optional.) Whitewalls. Steel unibody construction. And lots more, all included at no extra cost. If you're going to buy an economy car, buy our economy champion. Datsun 1200. It sure beats whatever's second. DATSUi FROM NISSAN WITH PRIDE r/PSha ^^^, T^^ 4p-*--'.. 'V-jfcsP V--^"!^ "^ --%^ *--··-·"" Pickup 240-Z ** 1200 Coupe 1200 Sedan 510 2-Dr Sedan 510 4-Dr Sedan 510 Wagon Datsun prices start at $ 1976 ·Mfgr's. suggested retail price for 1200 Sedan, excluding tax, license, freight and handling, dealer preparation. Drivea Datsun...then decide. Today at your nearby Datsun dealer. while armed wilh a pistol, of robbing them of a 1965 automobile. Pleads Innocent Julian Kodriquez, 24, of lilerest, pleaded innocent to a bad check felony charge. The case was continued to May 22 for trial setting. The Gilcrest man is accused of giving a $73.H check drawn on the United Bank of Greeley, in which he had insufficient funds, on Feb. 25 to procure merchandise and cash and with the intent to defraud K-Mart, 2829 W. I0th St. R o y Pacheco Jr., 24, C h a u l a u q u a Park, pleaded innocent to burglary and theft charges. His case was continued to May 8 for trial setting. Pacheco is accused of entering the building of the Northern Colorado Grain Co. h e r e and stealing - office equipment of a value over $100 from the building on April 3. Police reported at the time that more than $2,000 worth of had agreed to accept the case Jan. 18, but later granted two 30-day extensions for filing of briefs. The plaintiffs' brief, fil«l Monday, argues that findings of a district court on a 10-year segregation policy affecting most of the Denver system justify a comprehensive, district- wide desegregation plan. A piecemeal approach might be appropriate if an act of de liberate discrimination was tru ly isolated and unconnectec wilh the rest of the school sys tem, Ihe brief said, "but the district court's findings of a segregationist policy negate any such notion in Denver." The brief also argues that the U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Ap- 'Denver Area Carpenters May Strike DENVER (AP) -- The 4,500 carpenters in II local unions represented by the Carpenters District Council of Denver and vicinity, may go on strike yet but not before May 15, a council spokesman said Monday. Ed Rylands, council prest dent, said the Denver area car penters would continue to work while negotiations are taking place, despite the fact that pro posed contracts have been re jected by the council's twc largest union locals, the dry wall workers and commercia carpenters. Housing carpenter: are scheduled to vole on fhi contract Saturday. equipment burglary, was taken in the including electric peals "misconceived" the standards of equal protection when it reversed the limitec remedy ordered by the distric court. calculators, electric typewriters and a check writing machine. The police arrested Pacheco as a suspect after they found Ian envelope at the burglary] scene and traced the address] to a house where the defendant.; was staying. Joe Ramirez, 54, 515 5lh St..! pleaded innocent to a charge of causing injury by operating an auto while under Ihe influence of intoxicating liquor. Judge Arnold continued the case to May 22 for trial setting. The information filed against Ramirez alleges he caused injury to Jo Ann Renner April 9 hy operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of liquor. Police reported Jo Ann Renner, 1209 4lh St., complained ! of a headache after a two-car accident at the intersection o f - 5th Street and 8th Avenue Apr. 1 9 ' iShe was a passenger in a car driven by Tommy Lynn Call.! 920 X. 61h Ave., which collided] wilh one driven by Ramirez. $39 Billion To Be Lent CHICAGO -- The U.S. Savings and Loan League estimates its members in 1972 will lend an amount equal lo or in excess of the record $3Q billion loaned in 1971. 80 Cambodian Soldiers Taken Prisoner PIINOM 1'KNII, Cnmtxxllo ( A l ) -- Abmil HO Cnmboilliin soldiers were taken prisoner In n battle Monday south of Highway 1 In soiilhenstcin Cambodia, according to reports rom the field. These reports said two Cnm- rodlnn battalions were probing n either side of the road about hrco miles from the enemy- eld town of KompmiB Trubek, 0 miles southeast of Phnom ·enh. The Cambodians were cap- urcd In n battle at n village about three miles south of tlw ilghway t h a t links Plinoni Penh vilh Saigon. Sources said fighting near the lighway continued today. SALT Delegate Returns to Helsinki Meet HELSINKI, Finland CAP) Die chief U.S. delegate to the. strategic arms limitation talks ctiirncd today from Washing- 1 :on where he consulted wilh 'resident Nixon. U.S. ambassador Gerard Smith, who left Helsinki last iVcdnesday, declined to make. my comment on his arrival in Helsinki. The eighth plenary session of this seventh round of the U.S.- Soviet talks was canceled last Friday because of Smith's absence. 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