The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 17, 1998 · Page 11
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THE SALINA JOURNAL NEWS DEATHS & FUNERALS SUNDAY, MAY 17, 1998 M T KITTY HAWK ANNIVERSARY Leo E. Ball BELLEVILLE — Leo E. Ball, 66, Belleville, died Friday, May 15, 1998, at Republic County Hospital, Belleville. '•-Mr. Ball was born July 6, 1931, at Belleville and was a longtime resident of the area. He was a Korean War veteran. He was a farmer and owned and operated Ball & Son House Movers. He was a' member of Baker-Holmes Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3722 and Assembly of God Church, both of Belleville. 'His wife, Gloria Faith, died Feb. 2','1997. '• j Survivors include two sons, Leon and Leonard, both of Belleville; a daughter, Leona Beal of Salina; two sisters, Rosalyn Blackburn of Richland, Mo., and Bfctty Blackburn of Lebanon, Mo.; aWd eight grandchildren. '-The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Belleville Wesleyan Church, Pastors Clark Struebing and Mark Somerville officiating. Burial will be in Chester, Neb., Cemetery. » Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. today at Bachelor- FaUlkner-Dart-Surber Funeral Home, 1329 19th, Belleville 66935, where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. today. Phylia Brantley ^ r $ELDEN — Phylia Brantley, 72, Selden, died Saturday, May 16, J.998, at Colby Citizens Medical Center. 'Pauls Funeral Home, Selden, is Handling arrangements. Bryan Howard Egan * Bryan Howard Egan, 26, Salina, died Friday, May 15, 1998, in an automobile crash in Saline County, Mo. t Mr. Egan was born March 17, 1972, at Afton, Wyo., and was a resident of Jackson, Wyo., before nioving to Salina. He worked for Secular Grain Elevator, §alina, and served in the Arkansas-Little Rock Mission. I Survivors in- plude his wife, Shannon of the home; a son, Jared Scott of the home; his parents, Ramon and Valoy Egan of Jackson; two brothers, Ramon of San Marcos, Calif., fcnd Jason of Savannah, Ga.; a sister, Kelly Batton of Rexburg, Ida- JU>; and his grandparents, Merritt and Betty Egan of Bedford, Wyo., and Eva Turner of Grover, Wyo. ii' The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Friday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 845 S. phio. Bishop Ralph Schleiger officiating. Another service will be at 10 a.m. May 26 at the Church of Je$us Christ of Latter Day Saints, Bedford, Bishops Bruce Robinson and John Love officiating. Burial vyill be in Bedford Cemetery. !•••' Memorials may be made to Jared Scott Egan Fund in care of Security Savings Bank, Salina. ; Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday at Roselawn Heights Memorial Chapel, 1920 E. Crawford, Salina 67401, where the family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday. Joel W. "Bill" Harman i," DURHAM — Joel W. "Bill" Harman, 63, Durham, died Saturday, May 16,1998, at his home. '<; Hillsboro Memorial Chapel is handling arrangements. Richard Ray Holm ; WHITE CITY — Richard Ray Holm, 66, White City, died Wednesday, May 13, 1998, at (iJolmery O'Neil Veterans Administration Medical Center, Topeka. : Mr. Holm was born Dec. 11,1931, sit White City. He was a communi- £ations specialist in the Air Force and retired in 1975 as sergeant. He also worked for civil service communications at Fort Riley, retiring in 1995. He was a member of the First Christian Church where he served us a deacon and the American Legion, both of White City. ' Survivors include his wife, Car- Qlyn Jean of the home; a son, Aaron Hay of Manhattan; a daughter, Karen Jean Johnson of Wichita; a brother, William of Hot Springs Village, Ark.; a sister, MR. EGAN SAUNA Wright replica set for 2003 Bryan Howard Egan KANSAS BELLEVILLEi Leo 6. Ball CLYDE: Reglna Koch DURHAM: Joel W. "Bill" Harrnan LINCOLN: ftaymond Cart 2ter, LINDSBORG:HattfeMaeKnox SELDEN: Phylia Brantley WHITE CITY: Richard Ray Holm Naomi Venburg of White City; and a granddaughter. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at White City First Christian Church, the Rev. Marvin Tate officiating. Burial will be in White City Cemetery with military rites. Memorials may be made to Manhattan Christian College or Kansas State University Athletic Department's football program in care of the funeral home. The family will receive friends from 7 to 8 p.m. Monday at Donahue Funeral Home, 404 S. Broadway, Herington 67449. Hattie Mae Knox LINDSBORG — Hattie Mae Knox, 90, Lindsborg, died Saturday, May 16, 1998, at Bethany Home, Lindsborg. Mrs. Knox was born Hattie Mae Gibbs on Aug. 13, 1907, at Spearville and was a resident of Lindsborg since 1977, moving from Spearville. She was a former beautician and owner of Knox Barber and Beauty Shop, Spearville. She was a member of Spearville Federated Church and a former Worthy Matron of the Order of Eastern Star. Survivors include her husband, Ben W. of Lindsborg; two daughters, Bennita Butts of Towanda, Pa., and Sue Lucas of Salina; seven grandchildren; and 11 great- grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Hays Funeral Home Chapel, Lindsborg, the Rev. Don Hawk officiating. Burial will be at 3:30 p.m. Thursday in Silent Land Cemetery, Spearville, the Rev. Lloyd Swindler officiating. Memorials may be made to Lindsborg Senior Center or Bethany Home in care of the funeral home. Visitation will be from 2 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Hays Funeral Home, Washington at Lincoln Streets, Box 386, Lindsborg 67456, where the family will receive friends from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday. Regina Koch CLYDE — Regina Koch, Clyde, died Saturday, May 16, 1998, at Cloud County Health Center, Concordia. Nutter Funeral Chapel, Clyde, is handling arrangements. Raymond Carl Zier LINCOLN -- Raymond Carl Zier, 89, Lincoln, died Friday, May 15,1998, at Salina Regional Health Center. Mr. Zier was born March 2,1909, in Lincoln County and was a lifelong resident of the area. He was a farmer; cashier for Westfall State Bank; an insurance agent with State Farm for 15 years; and served two terms on the Soil Conservation board. He was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, southeast of Lincoln; Westfall, Spring Valley and Liberty school boards; Valley Township board; and was director for the Westfall Oil Co. and Smoky Hill Electric Co-op. Survivors include his wife, Maxine of the home; two sons, Rolland of Salina and Larry of Broomfield, Colo.; a sister, Velma Strathmann of Lincoln; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Harrison-Hall Funeral Home, Lincoln, the Rev. Gary Wolf officiating. Burial will be in Lincoln Cemetery. Memorials may be made to St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Lincoln County Hospital or the charity of the donor's choice. Visitation will be from 2 to 8 p.m. today and 9 a.m. to time of service Monday at the funeral home, 111 E. Elm, Lincoln 67455. • Because of a Journal error, the church's location was incorrect in Saturday's edition. School protest turns into riot By The Associated Press i MIAMI — Students throw rocks, broke open vending machines and smashed trophy cases at their high school after a protest against their first-year principal turned into a riot. I Seven students at Norland High School were arrested and charged with fighting, disorderly conduct and inciting a riot Friday. No one was injured. The event started as a peaceful walkout against Principal Carroll Williams, 53, who is finishing his first year at the 2,300-student sohool in unincorporated Miami- Dade County, north of Miami. Students complained that Williams canceled traditional events and forced the transfer of at least a half-dozen staff members. The protest began during lunch, when about 1,400 students walked out of the school, some calling Williams names. When Williams came out and called for calm, a couple of hundred students ran into the school and began looting. Students said vending machines were looted, trophy cases were shattered, a trash can was set on fire and a rock was thrown at the windshield of Williams' pickup truck, cracking it. Plane with 40-foot wingspan will undergo 2 weeks of tests in world's largest wind tunnel By JAMES 0. CLIFFORD The Associated I'ress MOFFETT FIELD, Calif. — Sure, NASA has put men on the moon. Now it has a really tough job: Figure out how the Wright brothers got off the ground. With the 100th anniversary of the flight at Kitty Hawk approaching, the pressure is on to build a plane that would be as near as possible to the Wright Flyer, the flimsy biplane that opened the skies to the world. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is helping with the project for a Dec. 17, 2003, flight marking the historic event. The latest full-scale replica of the Flyer is the work of the Los Angeles section of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Volunteers used plans provided by the Smithsonian Institution, where the Wright Flyer is on display. If all goes as planned, the plane will serve as a sort of guinea pig for a later model that will grab all the headlines in 2003. Starting in June, the public will get a chance to see the plane in a cavernous hangar. The next big step for the little plane with the 40-foot wingspan will come in January when it will be subjected to two weeks of tests in the world's largest wind tunnel. "I can't think of anything as exciting as using modern technology to test a replica of the biplane that Orville and Wilbur Wright flew for the first time ever," said Pete Zell, the test manager for the wind tunnel at NASA's Ames Research Center, 35 miles south of San Francisco. "The Wright brothers used a small wind tunnel to test a model," Zell said. "If they had this, they would have learned a lot." Engineers will study the replica's stability and handling at speeds up to 30 mph. Results will be used to compile an aerodynamic database of the Flyer. Plane strengthened to survive wind tunnel Already, some changes have been made. The plane was strengthened so it would survive the rigors of the wind tunnel, but in design, size, appearance and aerodynamics it's the same. During the re-enactment, the plane will fly at only 30 mph, the top speed of Orville Wright, who traveled only 120 feet during his 12 seconds in the air. The designated pilot for the 2003 flight is Fred Culick, a professor of aeronautics at the California Institute of Technology. He said his main aim is to understand the 1903 flight better. Flying the plane, Culick said, is "frosting on the cake." T POWERBALL The Associ il( cl Pro A replica of the historic 1903 Wright Flyer is displayed last month at NASA Ames Research Center at Moffett Field in Mountain View, Calif. Starting in June, the public will be allowed to view the plane in a cavernous hangar. As jackpot rises, so does gambling fever Many who usually don't play lottery are gobbling up Powerball tickets By The Associated Press DES MO1NES, Iowa — Ten million dollar, $25 million, and $49 million Powerball jackpots are not worth Mark Fox's attention. But $85 million jackpots are, and now thanks to people like Fox who don't play until there's a mega-jackpot, Saturday's jackpot is climbing rapidly to an estimated $113 million, the game's largest payoff. "I told my boss that I would give half to God and I'd keep the rest," said the 35-year-old Fox as he bought his ticket in a Sioux City, Iowa, grocery store at U:;!0 a.m. Saturday. "I'd just be rich. I'd do anything. New home, new car," Fox said. It's a scene being repeated across the country in 20 states and the District of Columbia when; Powerball is played. "We're seeing people who normally don't come near this machine coming and playing," said Naomi Mellion, a clerk at the Quality Deli-Mart in Now Haven, Conn. In Fond du Lac, Wis., a steady stream of ticket-buying customers paraded through Mulligan's Mobil Mart on Main Street early Saturday morning. "I've been here since 6:30 and it has been busy since then," said clerk Jessie Tollefson. "I thought it was bad before, but now it's just. --- whoa. People are buying $20, $80, $40, $50 worth of Powerball tickets." Lottery officials estimate most of the large volume sales come from people who pool their money with co-workers, friends or family- "You have people who hear about it, maybe around thu water cooler and they all agree to go in on so many tickets," said Joe; Hrdlicka, spokesman for the Iowa Lottery. "Once it gets to this level.' they feel like they can't alTonl no! 1 to take advantage." '. That's exactly the kind of frar/.y the West DCS Moincs-based MiillU State Lottery Association, which oversees the game, hoped to crualii by changing the rules in Novem; ber. Players now try to match five white balls from a pool of -15) and one red Powerball from a pool of 42. Under the old rules, there were 45 balls in each pool. Hospital report Salina Regional Health Center PENN ADMISSIONS — None. SANTA FE ADMISSIONS — Esther I. Kashkin, Rhea L. Littrell and Aspen P. McElderry, all of Salina; Bemece L. Milner, Smolan. DISMISSALS — Tamera S. Arnold and baby girl, Paula J. Florian, Jennifer L. Moreen and baby boy, Angela Sams and baby girl, all of Salina; Meganne E. Babcock, Culver; Verna B. Schneider, Downs; Dolores H. Serrien, Lincoln; David W. Barbo, Lindsborg. Births GIRL: Howard and Alice Shakespear, Hutchinson, 8 Ibs. 11 ozs., bom May 15. District court CIVIL FILINGS — Larry D. Lamer vs. Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. and Trans Am Trucking. Lamer seeks a sum in excess of $75,000 for damages and injuries received in a vehicle collision with a truck and driver employed by Trans Am Trucking on Jan. 5,1996, in Saline County. Security Savings Bank vs. David B. Livengood. Security Sayings seeks a mortgage foreclosure in excess of $8,900 and judgment for payment of a loan in excess of $1,100. Russell and Russell Inc., doing business as Crane Rental, vs. Barr Companies. Russell and Russell seeks a sum in excess of $11,400 for goods and services provided. The Bank of Tescott vs. Lonnie Todd Esch and others. The Bank of Tescott seeks a mortgage foreclosure in excess of $37,300. Farmers State Bank vs. Lonnie Todd Esch and others. Farmers State Bank seeks a mortgage foreclosure in excess of $30,000. First Bank Kansas vs. David G. Retzlaff and Corinna K. Retzlaff. First Bank asks for judgment and possession of a 1995 Chevrolet Mark III van and a 1985 Chevy truck pledged as security for a loan in excess of SATURDAY'S ORAWIfilBS DAILY PICK 3 5-8-5 CASH 4 LIFE 35-42-56-64 KANSAS CASH 1-8-10-19-27-28 Estimated Jackpot $175,000 POWERBALL 1-22-23-28-41 POWERBALL 18 Estimated Jackpol $119 million $28,000. Robert D. Huber and Pamela Huber vs. Daniel L. Meyers, M.D., Steven B. Larsen, D.P.M., and Gary L. Harbin, M.D., P.A. The Hubers seek actual damages in excess of $50,000, and damages for pain and suffering and other costs, in connection with an operation and treatment for Robert Huber for a medical disorder of his right foot. Northwest Mortgage Inc. vs. Michael D. Archer, Annette R. Archer and others. Northwest Mortgage seeks a mortgage foreclosure in excess of $50,200. The Bank of New York vs. Douglas M. Smith. The Bank of New York seeks a mortgage foreclosure in excess of $22,300. CIVIL JUDGMENTS — Superior Supply Company Inc. vs. Rick D. Gibson, doing business as Wen Tech Heating and Cooling. Court awards judgment for Superior Supply for a sum in excess of $4,800 for services and supplies provided. Hailey Martin, a minor, by and through Robert E. Martin, her father vs. Rhendi Taraba. The court approves a settlement agreed to by the parties for payment of $6,000 to settle claims from an incident March 13, 1997, in which Hailey Martin was bitten by a clog owned by Taraba. Estate of Wade Elliot Gray, by and through the administratrix of the estate, Carol Brown, and Carol Brown on behalf of Gray's heirs vs. Jeremy Baldridge, Shawn Alvarez, Robert Alvarez and Becky Alvarez. The suit was filed for a claim of wrongful death caused by negligence as a result of a collision between a vehicle and a tree on Oakdale Street on Nov. 22, 1997. Gray, a passenger, was killed. The vehicle was driven by Baldridge and owned by Robert, Becky and Shawn Alvarez. The court approves a settlement of claims agreed to by the parties for an undisclosed amount. IViai'i'iage licenses Robert LaVern Duplessis, 29, and Julie Renee Slater, 28, both of Solomon; Richard Paul Clagg, 28, and Tammy Lynn Smith, 26, both of Salina; Crystal Porter, 31, and Robert John Nashwick, 26, both of Norman, Okla.; Hector M. Rodriguez, 23, and Sara Calzada, 27, both of Salina; Benjamin Douglas Dibble, 24, and Tammy J. Hartley, 21, both of Glasco. Otto Conrad Kreie, legal age, and Mary Watt, legal age, both of Salina; Troy Chhouy Butsanoy, 23, and Douangmany Douang Soukhaphonh, 20, both of Salina; Charles Alfred Rush, 50, Beverly, and Sharon Kay Darrah, 57, Salina; Todd Jason Fluke, 31, and Tarnara Dee Fluke, 28, both of Salina; Cody Lee Dow, 26, and Kariann Tener Mummert, 29, both of Salina; Robert Wade Tripp, 24, and Pamela Denise Kindlesparger, 27, both of Salina. Michael Henry McDerrnott, 43, and Cindy Robin Shea, 40, both of Salina; Duane P. Brummer, legal age, and Sherre A. Williams, legal age, both of Salina; William Lewis Stephens, 35, and Martha Ann Crowder, 31, both of Heber Springs, Ark.; Fredrick Jay Hutt, 22, and Deanna Lynn Arnold, 20, both of Salina. Larry Charles Kelley, 48, and Rosanne Johnston, 44, both of Salina; Garry Lee Kinderknecht, 31, and LeAnn Alexis Austin, 27, both of Salina; Allen Michael Paradis, 29, and Katrina Alene Ferwalt, 28, both of Ben- nington; Johnny Lee Evilsizer, 40, and Barbara Lynn Caywood, 32, both of- Salina; George Jerome Griffith, 31.; Culver, and Denese M. Saint, 37, Salina; Juan Gregorio Almonte Jr., 20, and Guille Felguerez, 26, both of Salina. •' Divorces FILED — Toni R. Gonzales vs. Raymond W. Gonzales; Sherrie L. Prelzer vs. Phillip C. Schroeder; Chom 0. Hair vs. Omar W. Hair; Patricia A. Rathbun vs. Mark D. Rathbun; Paula Scott va Steven Mark Scott; Sandra Lynn Fish er vs. Richard Eugene Fisher; Carina J Mayer vs. Ronald L. Mayer Jr.; Marti is; Eberhart vs. David Eberhait; Dayle [:', McCaleb vs. Cynthia S. McCaleb. Robert A. Morris vs. Sheila A. Morris. GRANTED — Mary A. Stevens ami Jack Stevens; Toni R. Gonzales and Raymond W. Gonzales; Roso Carnlx- and Richard Cambo; Michael L. Hartley and Joseph W. Hartley. Annulments GRANTED — Danise D. Boyd and Leon D. Boyd. Police blotter THEFT — A 1980 Chevy pickup bo- longing to Jerry L. Reed taken from 2250 Hein between 9:30 a.m. May ') and 3:20 a.m. Saturday; $1,500 lost;. Street sweeping The City of Salina will be sweeping the following area this week: South Street to Crawford Street and Fourth Street to the west city limits; and Cloud Street to Schilling Road and easl ciiy limits to Ninth Street. It is helpful if property owners have the curbs and gutters clear of large items and parked vehicles. "Submit yunrsulivs tlit'ivfon- HI Cm I. Resist thi'dt'i'il. ami hr will Ihvjiom you. " -- lames •!:/

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