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2C Reno Gazette-Journal Wednesday, April 1, 1987 Three candidates vie for two Sparks judgeships Detention From page 1C person wrongly detained would have to be released within 30 minutes and under the bill's provision could be held indefinitely. "I've got time on my side under the present law," he said. Ed Basl, assistant Washoe County district attorney, said the bill request grew from a 1985 U.S. Supreme Court decision that ruled police were reasonable in detaining a suspect for 16 hours. Other appeals courts have ruled on different time limits from 20 minutes to 90 minutes showing the need for flexibility in the law. Basl said only two other states still limit how long police can detain a suspect. Laura FitzSimmons of the Nevada Trial Lawyers Association, said when a person Big trucks From page 1C would affect motorists from other states who drive through Nevada. Owners would have 60 days after the law is enacted to lower their vehicles. Assemblymen who voted against the u:" '-"'-"-lod Jim Banner, D-Las Vegas; is detained they can be frisked and they must present identification, so even if probable cause isn't found to immediately arrest the person they could be rounded up later. "If this bill passes, it's going to become common place, the norm, to stop people," she added. The NTLA opposes the bill. Jim Shields, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada, said the bill's effect would be to have more people detained for longer periods of time. "The bill gives unfettered discretion to the detaining police officer," Shields said. "Policemen are not immune to prejudices." Shields called the bill standardless legislation and said because records on detainees aren't kept no one would know the effect of such legislation and its possible abuses. Ernie Adler, D-Carson City; John Carpenter, R-Elko; Bob Craddock, D-Las Vegas; Haller; Bob Price, D-North Las Vegas and Danny Thompson, D-Henderson. If the bill passes the Assembly again today, it must then go to the Senate for consideration. Twenty-three states have outlawed jacked-up trucks, according to Nevin. By Courtney BrennGazette-Journai Two non-attorneys are vying to replace retiring Sparks Municipal Court Judge John Morrison, while Judge Don Gladstone has filed for election to the city's second judicial department, where he has presided the last two years. Gladstone was appointed to the bench by the Sparks City Council when the second judgeship was created in 1985. Reno Justice Court Chief Bailiff Andy Cray has filed for Municipal Court Judge in the first department, while Sparks businessman Terry Flower announced his candidacy for that post earlier this month. Cray, 31, has been a Sparks resident for eight years and chief bailiff in Reno Justice Court since 1983. He also has served four years in the Washoe County Juvenile Probation Department. Cray cites more than 4,000 hours of courtroom experience and his role in programs dealing with the state's new DUI laws as among his qualifications for the judgeship. "Our municipal court system plays an important role in making Sparks an excellent place to live," Cray said. "As judge, I'll work to see that the system remains responsive to the concerns and needs of our citizens. The people of Sparks deserve no less." He and his wife Terry have one son, Matthew. Flower, who ran unsuccessfully against Morrison for the judgeship in 1979, has had two years experience as a paralegal for Westinghouse and worked four years as a patent examineradministrative judge for the U.S. Patent Office. A graduate of the University of Nevada-Reno with degrees in secondary education and engineering, he is the owner of Secrets of Success, a career counseling service. Flower, 40, said his non-attorney status could be an advantage "because no law school teaches common sense, or how to be a judge." He said he took several paralegal courses while working for Westinghouse and the Patent Office. Flower lives in Sparks with his wife and three children. Gladstone, 42, is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the Catholic University of America law school. He also is a graduate of the Institute of Court Management and was Nevada's first district court administrator. Before becoming Sparks Municipal Judge in 1985, Gladstone was Assistant City Attorney for the city. "I've worked hard to be fair and I'm proud of what I've been able to accomplish in just two years," Gladstone said. "I would be honored if the people of Sparks keep me on the job." Gladstone lives in Sparks with wife, Greer, and their two teen-age sons. In other Sparks races, Steven Elliot has filed for re-election to the city attorney's post. Inside escape aid suspected CARSON CITY Nevada's Prison Director George Sumner said Tuesday he suspects an employee at the Southern Nevada Correctional Center in Jean helped a convicted rapist to escape. While refusing to identify the employee or his position, Sumner said a "correctional officer was not involved." Inmate Joseph Mancini, 39, hid in a warehouse van and bolted from it when the driver arrived at his Las Vegas home on March 19. Nevada digest Obituaries Myra J. Birch FALLON Myra Joyce Birch, 68, died Monday in a Reno hospital. A native of Richmond, Calif., she was born Nov. 2, 1918, and had been a Fallon resident for the past two years, coming from Verdi, where she had lived for 35 years. Mrs. Birch was retired and had worked for the Reno Housing Authority for 25 years. Surviving are her husband, Leo of Fallon; stepfather, Joe Mosconi, and a daughter, Bonnie MacQuarrie, both of Verdi; son, Jeff of Sparks; brother, Robert Wuepper of California; four grandchildren; and one greatgrandchild. No memorial service is scheduled. Cremation will be at Masonic Memorial Gardens Crematorium, Reno, under the direction of John Sparks Memorial Cremation Society, Sparks. A memorial is being established with the American Cancer Society, 605 Washington St., Reno 89503. Guy F. Cardinalli LAS VEGAS - A memorial service is scheduled for 1 p.m. today at the Palm Valley View Chapel for Eureka native Guy Frederick Cardinalli, 57, who died Monday in a Las Vegas hospital. He was born Oct. 1, 1929, and had been a Las Vegas resident for the past eight years. He had previously lived in Reno. Cardinalli was a retired Army 1 1 1 : 1 r or tlllUHCl, IldVlllg SCI VCU 1UI ou years. He was a graduate of the University of Nevada, the Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kan., and the NATO Defense College in Rome. He served in the Korean and Vietnam wars, receiving the Combat Infantry Badge, Bronze Star and the Legion of Merit with two oak leaf clusters. He was a member of the Retired Officers Association and Pi Kappa Phi. Surviving are his widow, Patricia of Las Vegas; sons, Lawrence of Reno and Marc of Sacramento, Calif.; sister, Carole Darrough of Lander, Wyo.; and a brother, Willis DePaoli of Eureka. A memorial is being established with the American Cancer Society, 1325 E. Harmon Ave., Las Vegas 89109, or the National Kidney Foundation, 3909 S. Maryland " Parkway, Las Vegas 89109. . Louise D. Chambers CARSON CITY - Louise D. Chambers, 72, died Monday at her residence following a lengthy illness. A native of Carthage, Mo., she was born Jan. 24, 1915, and had been a Carson City resident for the past 45 years, coming from Fallon, where she grew up. Mrs. Chambers was active in the West Side Neighbor Preservation Association, the Mills Park Golf Club, the Girl Scouts, St. Peter's Guild and other Carson City organizations. She retired from the Nevada State Employment Security Department in 1975. Her husband, Lawrence, died in 1986. Surviving are daughters, Theresa Szymanski of Milwaukee, Linda Cooper of Las Vegas, and Puj Hoffman of Carson City; son, Gus of Denver; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. A memorial service is scheduled for 5 p.m. Thursday at St. Peter's Episcopal Church, under the direction of John Sparks Memorial Cremation Society, Sparks. A memorial is being established with St. Peter's Restoration Fund, 305 No. Minnesota St., Carson City 89701. Joseph L. Devers Joseph Leroy Devers, 56, died Monday in a Reno hospital. A native of Dayton, Ohio, he was orn Feb. 12, 1931, and had been a Reno resident for the past three years, coming from Dayton. Devers was a pit boss and an Army veteran of World War II. He was president of the Spanish Springs Trap Shooting Club and was registered with the PITA and the ATA. Surviving are a son, Daniel M., and daughter, Susan A. Devers, both of Reno; daughter, E. Cathy Devers of Sacramento, Calif.; mother, Alice Ilich of Vista, Calif.; and sisters, Jan Stymiest of Huron, S.D., and Carol Bosvos-mik of Hawaii. No funeral is scheduled. Arrangements are under the direction of the Ross, Burke & Knobel Mortuary, Reno. Raymond W. Hackett SEBASTAPOOL, Calif. - Car-lin native Raymond W. Hackett, 75, died Sunday in a Santa Rosa, Calif., hospital. The son of William and Lila Abbay Hackett, he had been a Bay area resident for many years, previously living in Reno. Hackett, whose father was conductor of the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra for many years, was a retired orchestra leader. He was former musical director for the Golden Gate Exposition and for CBS, both in San Francisco, and was musical director for the 1960 Republican National Convention in Chicago. A graduate of the University of Nevada who majored in philosophy and law, he was foreman of the San Francisco Grand Jury in 1970 and a leader in the San Francisco Musicians' Union. Surviving are his widow, Clare, and son, Raymond Abbay, both of Sebastapool; daughter, Susan Griffith of Hillsboro, Calif.; sister, Abigail McKenna of Rocklin, Calif.; and two grandchildren. A memorial service is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Grace Cathedral, San Francisco. Cremation was under the direction of the Neptune Society. A memorial is being established with the Sequoia Trust Fund, co the Bohemian Club, 624 Taylor St., San Francisco, and the Guardsmen, 220 Sansome, San Francisco. Lloyd Hockett CARSON CITY - Visitation is scheduled from 1 to 5 p.m. today at Walton's Chapel of the Valley Funeral Home for Lloyd Hockett, 73, who died Sunday in a Carson City hospital. A native of Okeen, Okla., he was born Feb. 11, 1914, and had been a Carson City resident for the past 14 years, coming from San Diego. Hockett was a retired building maintenance worker for the city of San Diego and was a member of the Carson City Calvary Bible Church and the La Mesa Masonic Lodge, Carson City. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Nellie Johnson. Surviving are his widow, Jewell of Carson City; daughter, Mary Frolich of Odell, Texas; six grandchildren; and 10 greatgrandchildren. A funeral is scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home, with burial at the Lone Mountain Cemetery. Clinton W. Keith SAUNDER-STOWN, R.I. A memorial service was held Thursday at St.. Paul's I Episcopal y. JliNJ Church, Wick-. l'tM ford, R.I., for Ke,th Clinton Worthington Keith, 46, who died March 22 in a Providence, R.I., hospital. A native of Sugartown, Pa., he was born Feb. 1, 1941, and had been a Rhode Island resident for the past 10 years, coming from California. He had previously lived in Reno and attended the University of Nevada, where he received accreditation as a master welder. Keith was a building contractor and property developer, and had been a member of the Trinity Episcopal Church in Reno. Surviving are his widow, Linda Sue, and daughters, Kimberly W. and Kamlyn Keith, all of Saunder-stown; mother, Marion Worthington Wells of Reno; father, Norman Clinton of Mill Neck, Long Island, N.Y.; brother, Ralph of Greenwich, Conn; half brother, A. Mackenzie Worthington Wagga-man of Santa Monica, Calif.; stepsisters, Mrs. Peter A. Halstead of Guernieville, Calif., and Mrs. Gary W. Guittard of San Francisco; and several half brothers, half sisters and cousins. A memorial has been established with the American Cancer Society, 605 Washington St., Reno 89503 and the Rhode Island Leukemia Society, 75 Socknoset Crossroad, Cranston, R.I. 02920. John A. King CARSON CITY - John Alan King, 52, died Thursday in a Reno hospital. A native of Nebraska, he was born Aug. 10, 1934, and had been a Carson City resident for the past four years. King was a retired air traffic controller. Surviving are his widow, Myra, and a daughter, Penny Reams King, both of Carson City. A graveside memorial service is scheduled for 11 a.m. Thursday at Dayton Cemetery. Cremation will be at Masonic Memorial Gardens Crematorium, Reno, under the direction of John Sparks Memorial Cremation Society, Sparks. Walter W. McKay YERINGTON - Walter William McKay, 91, died Monday in a Reno hospital. A native of Coleville, Calif., he was born Nov. 27, 1895, to Andrew Francis and Armilda Rebecca McKay, and had been a Yerington resident since infancy. McKay owned and operated a barbershop, and was an Army veteran of World War I, in which he was disabled. He was grand chef de Gare of the Grand, and a member of the American Legion Post 9, the D.A.V., Chapter 1 of Reno, Voiture 597 of 40et8, the Oddfellows, the Rebekahs and Encampment of Virginia City, the Canton 1 of Reno, and the Fallon Eagles Lodge 1447. He was voted the 1983 pioneer of the year by the Yerington Kiwanis Club, and carried the American flag in the Lyon County Rodeo Parade for 37 years. Suviving are his widow, Lillian of Yerington; daughters, Alvena Owings of Sacramento, Calif., Cecilia Murphy of South San Francisco, Rebecca Templin of Carson City, and Emily Sue Douglas of Silver Springs, Nev.; sons, William R. of Warner Robins, Ga., and James Hamilton Sr. of Flagstaff, Ariz.; sisters, Lea Vurn Morrison of Columbia, Calif., and Irene Hensley of Antioch, Calif.; 22 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Visitation is scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Freitas Funeral Home. A funeral is scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday the funeral home, with burial at the Valley View Cemetery. Rosine Stradley Rosine Stradley, 82, died Monday in a Reno care center. Now, COMPLETE CREMATION tor o rooJ price of: $495 10 Discount (or Seniors and Veterans John Sparks Memorial 414 12ch Slrect Sparks 331-1112 A native of New York City, she was born March 27, 1905, and had been a Reno resident for the past 20 years, coming from Florida. Mrs. Stradley was an interior designer and a member of St. John's Presbyterian Church and the Soroptimist Club of Reno. She was preceded in death by her husband, John Duff. Surviving are a daughter, Catherine Smith of Reno; six grandchildren; and seven greatgrandchildren. A memorial service is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Thursday at St. John's Presbyterian Church, under the direction of the Ross, Burke & Knobel Mortuary, Reno. Lawrence F. Tramel Jr. HAWTHORNE - Lawrence Fred Tramel Jr., the infant son of Lawrence Fred Babb and Corie D. Tramel of Hawthorne, died Sunday at his residence. He was born Feb. 14, in a Reno hospital. Surviving in addition to his parents are grandparents, Bill and Brenda Babb and Bill and Amber Miller, all of Hawthorne; great-grandparents, Bill and Maxine Miller of Pioche, Nev.; great-grandmothers, Lora Fallis of Rachel, Nev., Virginia Delight of Tecopa, Calif., and Millie Mundt of Oklahoma City; and greatgrandfather, Verne Babb of Reno. A funeral is scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday at the Hawthorne Funeral Home, with burial at the Hawthorne Cemetery. Gerald E. Vogel Gerald E. Vogel, 47, died Sunday in a Reno hospital. A native of North Dakota, he was born June 5, 1939, and had been a Reno resident for the past four years. Vogel was a parking attendant. Surviving are his widow, Cara-lyne, daughter, Susan Vogel, brother, James, and a sister, Christina Rockswold, all of Reno; parents, Ernie and Reno Vogel of Pioneer, Calif.; son, Jeffrey of Tracy, Calif.; brother, Lloyd of Scottsdale, Ariz.; sister, Joann Lubick of Sutter Creek, Calif.; two grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. A memorial service is scheduled for 10 a.m. Thursday at St. John's Presbyterian Church, with cremation at the Masonic Memorial Gardens Crematory. Arrangements are under the direction of the John Sparks Memorial Cremation Society, Sparks. CARD OF THANKS The family of Thomas E. Kimsey wishes to thank all the friends, co workers & medical personnel who expressed love & sympathy during our time of loss. The cards, flowers, calls & donations were greatly appreciated. We thank you for the kind words, the memories so sweet, the arms that held us tight & the prayers in which we gained comfort & strength. 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