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m, m m y ' ty f" 6MT1ICDES MOINES RECISTER Tut., Jag. H, 1986 Rail bridge demolition startles area residents By TOM SUK ReeJtiw Naa rer Many Dei Moinei area residents were startled by an explosion shortly after f p.m. Monday and flooded the police and (ire departments with calls. Officials told the callers the noise was part of a planned demolition of an abandoned railroad bridge that ran parallel to Second Avenue over the Des Moines River. Demolition experts used six pounds of plastic explosives to fell the large steel bridge, Sgt Richard Jones of the Des Moines Police Department said. All went as planned and there was no damage to any other property other than the railroad bridge, he said. Police dispatchers said their switchboards lit up as concerned residents reported hearing an explosion. The calls came from almost every area In the city and it was reported the explosion was heard as far away as Ankeny. The sound of the blast "must have echoed," one dispatcher said. In other news: A man accused of firing a volley .111111111111111, 4 TJy TTTTTTTTTTTTT January In The Village Arts, Crafts Marketplace Sat., Jan. 18 81 Sun., Jan. 19 Pleaie join ui a we start a great new year of outstanding monthly showings of beautifully handcrafted items. Our constant search for fresh ideas and new skilled artisans, plus our dedication to your old favorites, assures you of a most delightful event. Remember, as you shop with us, Valentines Day will be here soon. ENJOY THE EXCITEMENT OF OUR MARKET PLACE! Free admission $2 Saturday 10a.m. -5p.m. Sunday Noon -5 p.m. ViNaae Sauare , Shopping Just 2 Miles North of Merle Hay 10 s.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-5 CONDITION of the Terry Brans tad annual Condition LIVE TODAY Repeat Iowa Public Television Des Moines M1JJEUMII .11.1 ... Ill . . I1..II-H.M. JJIU..iPiSl,i lll.lL -IUJ of shots at four people standing near the front door of Edna's Lounge at 1719 Sixth Ave. during the weekend was arrested on terrorism charges Monday night. Donald Wayne White, 29, of ISIS Mondamin Ave. was charged with firing four to five shots at the people clustered in the doorway of the lounge at about 12:30 a.m. Sun day. Police said the shots broke the front door glass. White was being held in the City Jail with bond set at $2,910 bond pending his arraignment today. Firefighters averted a possible train explosion In West Des Moines Monday morning after extinguishing a fire apparently set by vagrants living in an empty boxcar. As flames were leaping from the empty North West ern Railway boxcar, firefighters hosed down two liquified petroleum gas tanker can parked adjacent to the burning car. No one was injured, ine boxcars, owned by Wilson Railroad of Ames, have been stored on the south side of West Des Moines for about five years, a railroad official said. Clouo Center Mall 5800 Merle Hay Rd. p.m. Salurday Noon-5 p.m. Sunday noebr 807 Walnut .Downtown Des Maine Virtually every Fur garment in our store is very specially priced just for you. U 53 ,COME IN TODAY jfVPLef Governor delivers his of the State address. IO:OOam 6:30 pm f ill 1 Zmii i. 1 j - L , Km Deputy who By WILLIAM PETROSM Reenter II. It Writer Dennis R. Winker, a former Carroll County sheriff's deputy who pleaded guilty of second-degree murder in 1979 for killing an ex-girlfriend, was among 182 prisoners granted parole in November by the Iowa Board of Parole. Winker was 23 when he shot to death Mary Jo Heiman, 17, a high school honor student from nearby Breda, while she worked as a waitress in Carroll. Winker had been known as a quiet, mild-mannered deputy who got along well with fellow officers and the public, and the slaying shocked area residents. The following people were paroled in November. They are listed by the county in which their cases were tried, with each name followed by the time served, the original sentence and the offense. The sentences represent maximums, although under Iowa law an inmate's sentence is reduced by one day for each day of good conduct. Actual time served does not include time out on appeal, bond, escape or prior parole. It is an accurate representation of time spent in Iowa's pris ons, plus credit for time spent in jail awaiting trial. BENTON - Michael Cohrt, three monlht of live-vear lerm lor third offense ot operating t motor vehicle whii undtr tht Influence. Paroled to Btnlon County authorities. Kennetn Trimble, two veart and eight month! ot a 10-vear term for third-degree sexual abuse. LeRov Rupp, tour years ot a 25-vear concurrent term for second-degree sexual abuse and second-degree burglary. BLACK HAWK - Dennis Gene Bruns. three years and nine months of a iO-vear consecutive term for second-degree burglary, false use ot a fi nancial instrument and second-degree theft. Lowell Buhr, seven months of a two-year term for possession of a firearm by a felon. Kenneth Bunoer, one month of a five-year term for second-degree thetl. Ralph Jay Burch, three years of a 10-vear concurrent term for second-degree burglary and two counts of delivery of a controlled substance co caine. James Lee Campbell, two months of a five-year concurrent term for two counts of third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the Influence. Robert Chrlslensen, three years and II months of a 25-vear term for first-degree robbery. Tommy English, six years and six months of a 25-year term for first-degree robbery. Patricia Graham, 10 months of a five-year term for false use of e financial Instrument. Caroline Jam, two years and two months of a five-year term for false use of a financial Instrument. Antionne Johnson, five years and seven months of e 25-vear term for first-degree robbery. Robert Alfred Larson, two years and seven months of a 10-vear concurrent term for two counts of second-degree burglary. w I.. Lee, two years and Ave months of a 10- vear concurrent term for willful Iniury and lascivi ous acts with a child. Leon George Parker, five years and four months of a 25-vear term for second-degree sexual abuse. Paroled to Nebraska. Brian Lee Quail, two veart of a live-year term for attempted burglary. Aluts Redd, 10 months of a 10-year concurrent term for second-deoree burglary, false use of a financial Instrument and attempting to obtain prescription drugs by fraud. James H. van Cleave, three years and seven months of a 10-vear concurrent term for second-degree burglary, second-degree criminal mischief, attempted burglary and voluntary absence. David Francis Wilson, two years and five months of a flve-vear concurrent term for three counts ot third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. Carol Ann Dedrick, one year and nine months of a 10-vear concurrent term for two counts of false use of a financial Instrument, and two counts of third-degree theft. Lawrence Mallice, three years and 11 months of an 11-yeor consecutive term for false use of a finan cial instrument and escape. Reginald Fairbanks, see Bremer County. Anthony P. Nolan, see Jones County. BOONE Carol A. Clarke, one month of a five-year term for third offense of operating a mo tor vehicle while under the Influence. Curtis Pate, tour months of a five-year term for third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence- Dennis Dean Peterson, five months of a five- year term for third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the Influence. BREMER Reginald Fairbanks, two years of a 10-year concurrent term for two counts of second-degree burglary. BUENA VISTA - Robert Eberle, one year and four months of a 10-vear term for second-degree burglary. BUTLER Kelvin Smool, two years and one month of a flve-vear concurrent term for second-degree theft and third-degree criminal mischief. CARROLL Dennis R. Winker, six years and nine months ot a 25-year term for second-degree murder. CASS Mark Allen Johnson, seven months of a five-year term for third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the Influence Herbert P. Davis, six months of a two-year con current term for false use of a financial instrument and third-degree theft. Paroled to Wyoming authorities. CERRO GORDO - Larry Dick Smlt. one year and two months of a 10-year term for second-degree burglary. Paroled to Minnesota. William Urrutia, one year and five months of a flve-vear term for going armed with intent. Paroled to Minnesota. David Lee Brown, see Linn County. Oregon school's finances better than D.M. school's Continued from Page 1M most outstanding example of post-Depression architecture in the world," Schmidt said, noting that it still attracts considerable attention from passers-by and students of architecture. The house, two dormitories and a cafeteria will be sold by the college, but Schmidt said officials have not determined how much will be asked for the properties. The Butler mansion 1 I killed ex-girlfrien CHKROKII - Wielem Loehry, five months of two-year term far third-degree theft. Russell O'Bannon, two months of Iwo-vaar term for third-degree theft. CLARK! Charles Bacus, nine monlht of five-veer term for fourth offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. CRAWfORD - Eugene Eneet. five months of two-year concurrent term tar second offense ot op-ereltne a motor vehicle whue under the Influence, and possession of a controlled substance. DAVIS - wnuam Hanshaw. three veart and two months of seven-year term far talse pretenses. Paroled la Colorado. Df J MOINCS - Charm Ben Bokten, see Linn County. DICKINSON - Waller L. Gramer, eight months ot a two-veer term tor third-degree thelt. Paroled to California DOBUOUI - Richard Brlmever, one year and tlx months of 10-vear concurrent term for two counts of second-degree burglary, and second-deoree theft Anne Murphy, one year and Six months of a 10-year term tor aiding and abetting false use of a financial instrument. CMMST - Kenneth Wedebrand, one veer and II monins ot 10-vear term for possession of bur-glerv tools FREMONT - Michael Rev Osborn, tour months of a live-veer term for second-degree criminal mischief. Jack Zioikowski, five monlht ot a two-year term for second offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. HAMILTON - LeRov Draeger, nine months ot two-veer term for Indecent contact with a child. Sherrl Park, nine months of a two-yeer term for indecent contact with a child. HARRISON Alan Chambers, one veer and six months ot a 10-vear concurrent term for second-deoree burglary and third degree criminal mischief. John C. Heese, four months of a flve-vear concurrent term for two counts of third offense of ooer-ailng a motor vehicle while under the influence. Paroled to Nebraska. HENRY - Guv Dean Marek, one year and 11 months of a 10-year concurrent term for second-degree burglery and third-degree theft. Beniamin Shuil, six months of flve-vear term for conspiracy to commit burglary. JASPER Dean Paul Anderson, one year of a 10-vear concurrent term for second-degree burglary, third-degree theft, assault, and Interfering with official acts. Kevin Kitllnger, II months of a 10-vear term for second-degree burglary. Brian Lippert, two months of a flve-vear concurrent term for felse use of a financial Instrument, third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the Influence, and operating a motor vehicle while license Is under suspension. Thomas Lee Smith, three months of a two-year term tor third-degree fraudulent practice. Mark Dee McPherson, see Warren County. JEFFERSON - Harold S. Atwood, four months of a two-year term for the second offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the Influence. JOHNSON - Gerald Deen Allen, one year and seven months of a five-year concurrent term tor second- end third-degree theft. Jemes William Johnson, eight months of a two-year concurrent term tor two counts of false use of a financial Instrument. LeRov S. Kelley, one year of a Hve-vear term for third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. David E. Sass, five years and nine months of a 25-year concurrent term for first-degree robbery , and second-degree burglary. William Upton, 11 months of a five-year term for delivery of a controlled substance. Charles Ben Bolden, see Linn County. JONES Anthony P. Noian, 1 1 months of a 10-vear concurrent term for three counts of second-degree burglary and second-degree theft. Paroled to Wisconsin authorities. LEE - Parvin Holland, one year and six months of a 10-vear term for second-degree burglary. Charles Warner, four months of a two-year term lor third-degree theft. Paroled to Illinois authorities. Melvin Pohte, see Scott County. LINN Gwvndolvn Brilcher, 11 months of a 10-year concurrent term tor false use of a financial instrument and second-degree theft. Mark Alan Canton, nine months of a flve-vear term for attempted burglary. Thomas A. Kline, five months of a two-year concurrent term for second offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the Influence, and operating a motor vehicle while license Is under suspension habitual offender. Jeffery Loveless, five months of a flve-vear concurrent term for second- and third-degree theft. Timothy Lyon, eight months of a two-year term for third-degree theft. Scott A. Osborn, one year and five months of a 10-year term for second-degree burglary. Charles R. Petty, 10 months ot a five-year concurrent term for false use of a financial instrument and second-degree theft. Paroled to Nebraska authorities. William J. Silvia, one year and six months of a 10-vear concurrent term for second-degree burglary and second-degree theft. Lyndon Baird, four months of a two-year term for third-degree theft. James Vernal Stick, three years and two months of a 10-year concurrent term for second-degree burglary and conspiracy to rob. Dorothy Thompson, two years and five months of a five-year concurrent term tor lascivious acts with a child and periury. David Lee Brown, four months of a two-year concurrent term for nve counts of operating a motor vehicle while license is under suspension habitual offender, first offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence, and possession of a controlled substance. Paroled to Linn County authorities. Charles Ben Bolden, three years and seven months of a 10-vear concurrent term lor three counts of false use of a financial instrument and second-degree theft. Paroled to Hardin County authorities. John Rldlnger, see Muscatine County. LeRov Ruoo, see Benton County. LUCAS Larry Babcock, see Wayne County. LYON Dovle Don Bos, two years and one month of a 10-year concurrent term for Iwo counts of second-degree burglary, false use of a financial Instrument, third-degree theft and possession of a controlled substance. Fred J. Slater, see Sioux County. MARION David Dehaan, one year and three months of a 10-year concurrent term for second-degree burglary and possession of a controlled substance. MARSHALL Janean Gohring, three months of a one-vear term lor third-degree theft. Michael Robert Johnson, two years and Iwo months of a 10-year term for second-degree burglary. will be sold separately if a buyer does not want the other buildings on Cassa-dy Drive, he said. The decision to close the Des Moines school did not surprise Schmidt, who said church leaders have considered the possibility for some time. "It's an issue that's been discussed in our denomination for a number of years . . . how we could best serve our educational needs," he said. "So it wasn't totally unexpected." The four-year college, which offers four church degree programs, currently has 72 students and employs nine full-time professors, three part-time ones, and six other staff members, Schmidt said. The faculty members will be given priority in hiring at the Eugene Bible College, he said, but officials do not know how many will get jobs there. Now Thru Jan. 31 COPIES Each White, 8Vkcll" -22nd St. Location Only VuJ U UtetkJ U li fc,,- Downtown Drake Area West D.M. Indianola 615 Grand Ave. 1405 29th 1821 22nd St. 205 N. Buxton 288-6843 255-9284 223-0949 961-8040 "More Than Just A Copy Center" d paroled by board James M. Mcienn, five months ol a two-year term tor second ottense el operating a motor vehicle while under the Influence KeMy Snerer, eient months of two-year concurrent term tor third-dew ae criminal mischief and possession ol a controlled substance. MILLS - James Lopei, six veart and seven months ot a 25-vear term tor rape. MONRO - Charles Beck, one year and nme months ol five-year term tor lascivious at Is with child Richard McKlnnev, one year and nine monlht ol 10-yeer term tor second degree burglary. MUSCATINE - Jacob M. Harris, tour veers and eight monins of a 15-veer concurrent term tor robbery hebiluel oflender, and Iwo count! ol second-degree robbery. Richard Spurllng, four monlht of four-year consecutive term lor second offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the intluenre, third-degree thelt, operating a motor vehicle while license is under suspension, and eluding a poUcl utile ar. John Rldlnger, Iwo years and 11 monlht of a 10-vear concurrent term tor second-degree burglary and attempted burglery PAGE - Jerome Smith, eight months of a five-veer term tor second-degree theft. Paroled to Alabama authorities. PLYMOUTH - Gene F Hermg, one year and Ihree months ol a two-veer concurrent term fur Iwo counts of third-degree theft. Roger E. Johnson, nine months ol a 10-yeer term lor false use m a financial Instrument. Paroled to Nebraska authorities. POLK Dennis M. Berge, one year of a five-veer concurrent term for fourth and tilth offenses of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. Diene Carrtllo, six months of a hve-vear concurrent term tor terse use ot a financial Instrument and third-degree fraudulent erect tee. Ronald Lee Clerk, one year and two monins ol a 10-vear concurrent term lor Iwo counts ol second-degree burglery Vtrgll Crov, II months of a five-veer term tor third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the Influence. Edith Mae Oevls, eight months of a 10-vear concurrent term for second-degree burglary and attempted burglary. Richard Michael Davis, one year and tight months of a flve-vear concurrent term for second and third offenses of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. Ronald Dale Edwards, one year and three monlht ot a 10-vear term for second-degree burglary. Paul J. Francis, It months of a two-year term for third-degree thelt. James Charles Johnson, three months of a five-year concurrent term for second offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence and three counts ol the third offense ot operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. Mary Jordan, seven months of a five-vear concurrent term tor talse use of a financial instrument end third-degree thetl. Jack Glenn Kain, one veer and 10 months ol a 10-vear term for second-degree burglary. Louis Luncsford, one year and one month of a five-year concurrent term tor two counts ol third offense ot operating a motor vehicle while under the influence, second-degree theft end failure to appear. Larry E. Martin, three years and four months of a 10-year term for willful iniurv Paroled to Ariiona. Lvdia Merrett, one year and eight months ot a live-year concurrent term lor Iwo counts ol talse use ol a tinanclal Instrument. Kevin Cole Nash, one year and 10 months ol a 10-year concurrent term for second-degree burglary and attempted burglary. Henry R. Palmer, two years and live months ot a 10-vear concurrent term for second-degree burglary and going armed with inlent. Paroled to California authorities. Michael Ray Rhone, one year and two months of a 10-vear term for false use of a financial instrument. Paroled to Nebreska. Charles Shelby, three years and seven months of a 10-vear term lor third-degree sexual abuse. Charles Anton Snyder, live months of a five-vear concurrent term for two counts of third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. Carol Ann Dedrick, see Black Hawk County. POTTAWATTAMIE - David B. Bahenskv, Iwo months of a five-yeer term for third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. James Buckley, one year and two months ot a 10-year term for second-degree burglary. Jeffrey D. Foole, one year and live months ot a 10-year term for second-degree burglary. Rex Wayne Fuller, Iwo years of a 10-year term for second-degree burglary. Stefan Greelis, five years and 10 months of a 25-year term for first-degree robbery. Trov Henry, one year end one month of a five-year term for second-deoree theft. $cott G. Hopkins, eight months of a five-year concurrent term for two counts of third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. Clyde Jones, Ihree months of a five-vear term for third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. Bradley Lewis, three years and eight months of a 10-year term for second-degree burglary. Steven Merksick, one year and four months ot a flve-vear concurrent term tor two counts of third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under rhe influence. Wilbur B. Miller, two years and Iwo months of a 10-year term for third-degree sexual abuse. Paroled to South Dakota. Michael Peck, one year and nine months of a 10-vear term for second-degree burglary. Donald Lee Rees, one year and four months ot a 10-year concurrent term tor first-degree theft, carrying a weapon, and eluding a police officer. John C. Heese, see Harrison County. SAC Brian Hibdon, one year and two months of a 10-year term for false use of a financial instrument. SCOTT Bud A. Backen, Ihree months of a five-year term for third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. Donald Bowling, two months of a flve-vear term for third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. Gerald Burnham, five months of a 10-year concurrent term for two counts of second-degree burglary. James Cahitl, nine months ot a 10-vear term for second-degree burglary. Landon Carslens, one month of a five-year term for third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. Jerry Lee Cornwell, one year and seven months ot a 10-year concurrent term for second-degree burglary and first-degree theft. John M. Cross, two months of a two-year term for Ihird-degree theft. Harold E. Davis, four months of a five-year term for third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the Influence. Marcene Dieterich, five months of a five-year The Eugene Bible College has 130 students, Schmidt said, and is in better financial shape to be the campus for both schools. Schmidt said the Des Moines college still owes "quite a bit of money" on the mansion and the adjoining acreage. "Eugene has the healthiest situation currently," he said, "in terms of number of students and in terms of indebtedness is better than ours." He said larger enrollment allowed the Eugene school to offer some minor-degree programs that the Des Moines college could not. Nonetheless, Schmidt, a 1971 graduate of the college and its president since 1983, said he is sad to see the college close. "As an educator, I think it's a positive move; we need one strong college and not three institutions that are struggling," he said. "But personally, w nflniTsinmmn PAINTS WITHOUT PAUSE m 0Wjm phfStacopy centers Our New Location at 1821 22nd St. West Des Moines Kin CrossRoads Center! across from Chi Chi's) - term for third oltense of operating a motor vehicle while under the Influence. Paroled to Missouri. Sylvester Emory, six months of two-year farm tor third-degree theft , . Krisilne Green, live monlht ol a five-year term lor laisa use of a financial Instrument Janet HemMon, eight monlht ol a Iwo-vear concurrent term overallng a motor vehicle will .out owner's consent and talse use ot I llnanclel instrument. Elaine Herli, Iwo months ol a five-year term lor third offense ol operating a motor vehicle white under flie mime nee Timothy Helen. Iwo veart and five monlht of 10 year ten" tar second-degree burglery. Reruly Houston, 10 months ol a two year term tor assault with intent to infilcl serloul tnlurv L J Robert Jefferson, one year of a 10-year term loi second-degree bureimv. Paroled to Illinois. Prosper Miner, three months of a two-year term lor third-degree criminal mischief. Devid ketih Mooney, nine months of a two-year term tor second offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. Charles Edward Scoll, one year and three months ol a lo-year term tor false use of a Unencim instrument. Richard Shields, Iwo years and nine months ol a 10 year term tor Ihird degree sexual abuse Ricky Siegrled, 10 months ot a 10-veer term lor second-degree burglary. Charles lee Smith, one veer and Iwo months ol a live-veer term tor lascivious acts with a child ' Jack W. Wolfe, three years and three monlht of a 10 veer term lor tecond-degree arson. Richard S Young, one veer and Ihree months of a live-yeer term lor third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the Influence Steven Zeehrlnger, Iwo veers and nine monlht ol a 10-year term for rape Melvin Pome, tour veart and 10 montht of a H-veer consecutive term tor two countt ol second-degree burglary and Iwo counts ol escape SHELBY - Rodney Muslch, 10 months ot 1 live-year term lor talse use ol tinanclal instrument. SIOUX - Lawrence Lind, nine monlht ol a live year concurrent term for failure lo appear and first ottense ol operating a motor vehicle whue under the Influence. Fred J. Staler, one year end Ihree montht of a five-vear concurrent term lor lurnishing a controlled substance lo Inmates, second -degree theft, and operating a motor vehicle without owner's consent. Dovle Don Bos, see Lvon County. STORY - John Skiordal. one year and seven months ol a 10-veer concurrent term tor two counts ol second-degree burglary, operating a motor vehicle without owner's content, two counts of llrtl of-lense ot operating a motor vehicle while under the influence, and eluding e police officer. Doyle Uitermerk, Ihree months of a flve-vear term tor third offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the Intluence. Jewell Ulrlck, one year and tour months ol a live-vear term for second-degree thetl Mitchell Wooisev, three years ol a 10-year term lor second-degree burglary. Lawrence Mallice, see Black Hawk County. TAMA - Terry Lee Tonev, six months of a live-vear concurrent term lor second- and' third-degree thetl, and possession ol a controlled substance. UNION - Ron Gene Wlltiems, lour years and one month of a 10-yeer term tor talse use ol a linarr-ctal instrument. VAN BUR EN - Jeffery Hunl, see Wapello County WAPELLO - Albert E. Dyer, Ihree years and one month of a 10-vear concurrent term for second -degree burglary and fourth-degree thelt. Jeffery Hunl, two veers and Ihree months of a 10-vear concurrent term tor second-degree burglary, operating a motor vehicle without owner's consent, Ihird-degree arson, Iwo counts ol tirst df-fense of operating a motor vehicle while under the Influence, and three counts of operating a motor vehicle while license is under suspension, WARREN - Darrel Blackford, two years and six months ot a 10-yeet lerm lor third-degree sexual abuse. , Archie Carpenter, Iwo veers and four months Of a five-veer term for conspiracy to commit burglary. Dennis D. Carroll, four months of a two-ve-sr term for second offense ot operating a motor vehicle white under the influence. Clifford Lewis, one year and Iwo months of a live-year lerm tor lascivious acts wilh a child. Mark Dee McPherson, Iwo years and 10 montht ' ol a six-year consecutive lerm tor second-degree Iheft and escape. WASHINGTON - Kermlt Delay, Iwo years and two months of a 10-vear term tor second-degree burglary. Randolph Lee Smith, 10 months ol a 10-vear concurrent term for first- and third-degree Iheft, and false use ot a financial Instrument. Robert Otto Woods, 10 months of a 10-vear concurrent term for two counts of second-degree burglary and third-degree theft. WAYNE Michael A. Bauer, one month of a Iwo-vear term for operating a motor vehicle without owner's consent. l.arry Babcock, four months of a two-year concurrent term for Ihree counts ol operating a molor . vehicle without owner's consent WEBSTER - Early Lee Bell, II months of a two-veer term lor assault with intent to inflict serious iniury. Charles Tiilev, two years of a 10-yeer concur--, rent lerm for second-degree burglary and posses-; sion ot burglary toots. Deimar Wiee, 1 1 months of a five-vear concurrent term for third and fourth offenses of operating a motor vehicle while under the intluence. Jeffrey Wiggins, nine months of a flve-vear term for attempted burglary. WINNESHIEK - Timothy D. Anderson, nine months of a 10-vear term for second-degree burglary. Stanley Falada, six months of a flve-vear concurrent term for second, third and fourth offenses of operating a motor vehicle white under the influence. WOODBURY - Kathleen Dean, 11 months of a 10-vear concurrent term for second-degree burglary and possession of burglary tools. Alfred Ellington, seven months of a two-vear term for assault wilh intent to commit sexual abuse. Herbert Rellz, one year and six months of a 12-year consecutive lerm for Iwo counts of involuntary manslaughter, Ihird offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence, and two counts of operating a molor vehicle while license Is under suspension habitual offender. Paroled to Nebraska. Anlhony Ross, two months of a two-year lerm for second offense of operating a molor vehicle while under the influence. Herbert P. Davis, see Cass County. ' WRIGHT - Donald H. Madison, eight months of a five'-veor term for fourth offense of operating a molor vehicle while under the influence. like any alumnus, I am sorry, yes." Open Bible Standard Churches also operates the Dayton Bible College in Dayton, Ohio, and Schmidt says that school might be moved to Eugene, too. The 1986 graduating class will be the Des Moines college's 54th, although the school has been known as the Open Bible College only in recent years. The school was started in 1930 as the Midwest Preparatory Bible School of L.I.F.E. In 1938, the school moved to 850 Eighteenth St. and changed its name to the Open Bible Institute. In 1961, the school was moved to 2700 Fleur Drive, across the street from its present location. ' Schmidt said the college has graduated more than 1,200 students who studied to be pastors, missionaries, music teachers or some other reli-, gious pursuit. 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