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The Star-News from Chula Vista, California • Page 2

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The Star-Newsi
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Chula Vista, California
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2
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the record I4P threatening with a handgun in the 00 block of San Miguel Road and took $600 from the victim. Obituaries Police briefs Accident at Las Palmas pool NATIONAL CITY Emergency personnel responded to a drowning accident at the Las Palmas Municipal Pool Tuesday at approximately 4 p.m. No details were available at press time. at Denny's restaurant June 21 in the 1900 block of Sweetwater Road, employee Shawnell Beth Cox noticed someone sitting in her car and went out to confront hintf Police Sgt. Tim Darton said the burglar ran into his car and backed into the victim trying to make a getaway.

Cox received minor injuries to her arm and leg. The burglar also made off with Cox's compact discs valued at $40. Serviceman robbed SOUTH SAN DIEGO A pay-telephone serviceman was robbed of $600 in coins and his vehicle by three men. The victim was removing money from a pay phone at 2:30 p.m. June 24 at 3309 Palm Ave.

Bonita Blotter The following incidents were reported to the Sheriffs station in Imperial Beach Carjacking A suspect carjacked a victim by Box 1021, Bonita, CA, 91908. All arrangements are under the direction of Pinkham-Mitchell Mortuary. Luba Elsheikh Luba Elsheikh passed away une 25 after a long illness. She was 62. She was a Chula Vista resident for 27 years and had been previously employed by the federal Civil Service for 29 years, most recently at Balboa Naval Hospital.

She is survived by her husband, Michael; sons, Rick and Jim and grandchildren, David and Diane. A memorial service will be held 7 p.m. Thursday at St. Piux Catholic Church in Chula Vista. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the American Lung Association.

HONORING YOUR LOVED ONES The Star-News obituaries can help you remember your loved one in a personal way. The passing of a loved one can be a stressful and emotional time for anyone. To help you with placing death or funeral notice we provide a simple form that can be filled out and turned in to the Star-News. You can find these forms at the Star-News offices or any South Bay funeral home. Death and Funeral Notices are paid announcements placed through our Classified Department at a nominal cost.

Please feel free to call us with any questions that you may have. Sandy Vasquez at: 427-3000 Or come in and see us at: 835 Third Ave, Chula Vista. DRINKING WATER FIRST MONTH INSTALLATION FlTSEEB Pot seized from crashed car SAN YSLDRO Police recovered over 200 pounds of marijuana from a vehicle that crashed into a fire hydjant At 6:33 a.m. June 25 police received a report of a red Hyundai that had run the border crossing. Officers later got a report of a collision involving a Hyundai that crashed into a fire hydrant in the 600 block of East San Ysi-dro Boulevard, said Bill Robinson, spokesman for the San Diego Police Department.

As officers approached the vehicle, a white van accelerated in an attempt to escape and struck a Border Patrol vehicle. The driver of the van was captured after a brief pursuit, Robinson said. When officers got to the Hyundai the female driver had run from the scene and was not captured. Officers found the Hyundai was full of kilo packages of marijuana. U.S.

Customs responded to the scene and recovered 260 pounds of marijuana. Burglar panics, injures one NATIONAL CITY A young woman was injured when a car burglar panicked and backed into her with his vehicle when she came out to confront him. While working the night shift News Official Newspaper, City of Chula VlaU, National City 835 Third Chula VlaU, CA 91911 Phone 427-3M Published Every Wednesday and Saturday by The Star-News Publishing Co. Classified Phone 425-7355 MaarnaiiAlB MxrjtMj)fcda. )) IttMBatifeA Um iitilj takatoB) JaaataHJ).

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No part when a vehicle with three males pulled up, said Bill Robinson, spokesman for the San Diego Police Department. The suspects asked to see the victim's identification as an employee then pulled a gun on him. The suspects took $600 in coins and one of the suspects drove off in the victims 1990 red Honda Accord with license plate number 3EJN164. PERM SPECIALl BY APPOINTMENT WITH JESSICA, Y0LANDA OR SU I $jy5o i Includes Shampoo Haircut only I 'Long hair slightly higher I Shampoo and Set $8M PRICES ARE GOOD ANY DAY! 5 Expires 7-30-94 I CharCes Mairstytists I FOR APPOINTMENT 450-0270 I 1391 Third Avenue, C.V. next to Jerome's aa UHBsUBBBHsl mH Now you can have great tasting water with a touch of a with a Aqua-Cleet, Drinking Water Systea, ssd solve your hard water problems with Culllgan Portable Exchange Soft Water Service.

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Battery A person punched and hit a victim in the 500 block of Seventh Street. 273 8837 WATER EXPERTS SINCE 1936 of tar VOL. 113, NO. 52 ft. Pat Cavanaugh PublisherEditor CharlM Walkar Managing Editor Jill Wagnf City Editor Son la Adam Advertising Director Diana Martin Business Manager Jutta Vandarhaydan Manager John Faagans Printing Manager Jasua Mil Barriga CameraPress Room Supervisor Tahat Roam Graphics Manager Pttly WlnMa Graphics Supervisor Tomaa R.

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Dodson Wilbur T. Dodson passed away June 22 in an area hospital following a long illness. He was a retired minister who had served as associate minister of the Chula Vista Church of the Na-zarene. As pastor, he served eight churches. He is survived by his wife, Blance; daughters, Linda Kelly of Tempe, Dawana Abicht of Harris-1 burg, and Kimberly Meilahn of San Bernadino; step-daughter, Colleen Hawkins of Phoenix, brothers, Milton of San Jose, Paul of Clear Lake Highlands and Fred of Prewitt, N.M.; sister, Wilma Hammock of Yucaipa; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Services were held by the Rev. David Grinder at the Chula Vista Church of the Nazarene and burial was at Glen Abbey Cemetery. Martha R. Steinke MarthaRSteinkepassedawayJune 27 in San Diego. She was 77.

Born Nov. 20, 1916 in Chicago, III, she was a San Diego resident for 15 years. She work as head cook for the Plainfield School in Plainfield, Wis. She is survived by her husband, Paul R. Steinke; son, Robert Steinke; brothers, William and Richard Weber; sisters, Gean Johnson, Clara Weidemiller and Laverne Ross and four grandchildren.

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