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mana (3 ir Statesman-Journal, Wednesday, April 20, 1983 a c births SALEM HOSPITAL General Unit GORSKI To Stephen and Deborah Gorski, 773 Faymar Drive NE, a daughter, April 19. GRABOT1N To Alfred and Robin Grabotin, 2075 Fisher Road NE, a son, April 19. N1VENS To Kenneth and Carol Nivens, 4530 Drake Court NE, a son, April 19. SANCHEZ To Julio and Annette Sanchez, 1485 25th NE, a daughter, April 19. WEST To Judson and Patricia West, 1350 119th Ave. SE, a daughter, April 19. WILLIAMS - To Robert Gary Williams and Nancy K. Henderson, 3822 Bayonne Drive S, a son, April 17. WITCHER To Eric and Zobei-da Witcher, 5523 Ross Court SE, a daughter, April 18. AT HOME ATILANO To Alfredo and Kelly Atilano, 3827 Sunnyview Road NE, a son, April 19. BURTON To Ken and Carole Burton, 4964 Delaney Road SE, Turner, a son, March 30. alarms The following alarms were answered by Salem area fire departments in the 24 hours ending at 9 p.m. Tuesday. SALEM FIRE DEPARTMENT Monday 9:03 p.m. - medical aid, 1486 Mission SE, transported. 9:44 p.m. - medical aid, 2410 Mission SE, transported. 10:43 p.m. medical aid, traffic accident, 1300 block of Cordon Road SE, transported. Tuesday 7:08 a.m. - brush fire, 3400 block of Silverton Road NE, no damage, caused by transient. 9 a.m. - medical aid, traffic accident, 400 block of Commercial Street NE, transported. 1:43 p.m. - house fire, 1570 Capitol NE, moderate damage, cause under investigation. 2:01 p.m. - medical aid, 1048 5th NE, transported. 4:23 p.m. - medical aid, 230 Hru-betz Road SE, transported. 4:41 p.m. grease fire, 1164 Harris Ave. SE, slight damage, caused by overheated grease. 7:37 p.m. - medical aid, 1875 5th St. NE, transported. MARION COUNTY DIST. 1 Monday 10:47 p.m. medical aid, 4753 Abiqua Court SE, transported. Tuesday 12:35 p.m. - medical aid, 2200 Lancaster Drive SE, transported. KEIZER FIRE DEPARTMENT Tuesday 7:50 p.m. - medical aid, 4821 15th Ave. N.transported. police A portable color television set, cable television selector box and a 10-speed man's bicycle, together valued at $750, were reported stolen Sunday from Daniel D. Stevenson, 809 Hawthorne Ave. NE, after forced entry, Salem police said. Four 15-inch aluminum wheels with tires, together valued at $700, were reported stolen Saturday or Sunday from a car owned by Charles Crase, 4470 Ivory Way NE, and parked at Pioneer Auto Body, Marion County sheriff's deputies said. Two antique coins and a Moscow coin set of 2'2 troy pounds, together valued at $430, were reported stolen Sunday from Donald Eugene Gar-ren, 2820 Quinaby Road NE, Marion County sheriff's deputies said. Jewelry, coins and a trumpet case were reported stolen Monday after a forced entry at the home of Neal and Charlotte Bigger, 5336 Arcade St. NE, Keizer, Marion County sheriff's deputies said. A portable television set was taken over the weekend from Ted Morrison Realtors, 1344 Liberty St. SE, after a forced entry, Salem police said. corrections Errors appearing in the Statesman-Journal may be brought to the attention of the city desk between noon and 6 pjn. daily by telephoning 399-6677. BECAUSE OF a writer error, Janice Williams' name was wrong in the Capital Life column in Tuesday's Statesman-Journal. Janice Williams is wife of Reginald Williams. BECAUSE OF a reporter error, the wrong date was given for the puppet show given at the Salem Public Library. "The Frog Prince" was presented last Saturday and will not be shown again this Saturday. BECAUSE OF a reporter error, a wrong first name was given for Keizer City Councilman Chet Patterson in Tuesday's Statesman-Journal. In the same story, Joyce Krcuger was misidenlified as a former council candidate. Her husband ran unsuccessfully in Keizer's initial council election in January, but she did not. BECAUSE OF a copy processor error, the name of Frank A. Jette's wife, Delia, was omitted in his obituary In Tuesday's Statesman-Journal. BECAUSE OF a source error, the last name of father Robert Gary Williams was incorrect in a birth announcement In Monday's Statesman-Journal. j obituaries EDITOR'S NOTE: Following is an alphabetical listing of obituaries in today's Statesman-Journal: Dennis, Edwin M. Goode, Delmer Morrison Horner, Ruth Altove Jette, Frank A. "Babe" Malone, Earl J. Marlow, Charles R. Sr. Melson, Lewis Byron Moore, Maynard Miner Swearingen, Marshall Wall, Verna A. Ruth Altove Horner ALBANY - Ruth Altove Horner, 91, of 1023 S.W. 6th Ave., died Tuesday. Bom in Everly, Iowa, she moved in 1900 to Long Valley, Idaho, and in 1910 to Oreeon. living in Lebanon and Sweet Home when she was a country school teacher for many years. Later sne ana her husband became co-owners of cleaning plants in Lebanon and Port land and she lived in Portland, AiDany and Toledo, returning to Albany in 1980. She was a member of the christian Church in Toledo. Survivine are daughters, Henrietta Davis. Portland, Beuna Davis, Albany, and Barbara Rowley, Toledo. At her reauest there will be no ser vices. Arrangements are by Fisher mortuary. ewis Byron Melson FIIGENE - Graveside services will be at 3 p.m. Thursday in the Salem Pioneer Cemetery for Lewis Byron Melson Jr., 38, who died Friday. Survivors include son, Christopher L. Melson, Eugene; parents, Lewis and Mary Melson Sr., Annapolis, Md., sisters, Mary Sue London, Towson, Md., and Margaret Katherine Parson, Crof- ton, Md. Barrick mortuary. Salem, is in charge. Contributions may be made to the American Heart Association. courts marion county CIRCUIT COURT Carol A. Gibson and James E. Gibson: Petition seeks divorce. Bud Horner and Linda R. Horner: Divorce granted. Carole Lea Blomberg and Roger Keith Blomberg: Petition seeks divorce. Gloria Marie Frank and Gerald Thomas Frank, also known as Gary Thomas Frank: Petition seeks divorce. Anlonia Gay McMorris and Michael Lee McMorris: Petition seeks divorce. Melinda Irene Olson and Dean Allen Olson: Petition seeks divorce. Elene Rae Payne and Michael Francis Payne: Petition seeks divorce. Hide Jones and Terril Lee Jones: Petition seeks divorce. Thelma Delores Frickey and Loraine J. Frickey: Petition seeks divorce. Michael J. Waer vs. Oregon State Hospital: Petition seeks writ of habeas corpus. Capitol Equities Inc. vs. Capilol Hi-Fi Video of Salem Inc.: Plaintiff granted judgment of $2,729. Suzanne M. Dowell Roberts vs. Randall R. Burke: Complaint dismissed with prejudice. City ot Salem vs. Nina Caldwell, by conservators Clayton Neer and others: Complaint dismissed. Abraham Cruz vs. Hoyt C. Cupp, superintendent, Oregon State Penitentiary: Petition dismissed without prejudice. Max L. Jr. and Ann Rene McNamar vs. Capitol vs. Capitol Hi-Fi Video Inc. and Allen Van Houte: Complaint charges misrepresentations in sale of television, seeks $560 allegedly owed and $10,000 punitive damages. State Mutual Life Assurance Co. of America vs. James J. Matthews and others: Mortgage foreclosed, defendant Walter E. Heller West-em Inc. granted judgment of $1,225,384 against defendants Dr. Wallace V. and Joan W. Teuscher and Asghar R. Sadri. Butler Valley Farms Inc. vs. Tim and Betty Bielenberg, doing business as Oak Lea Farms: Two complaints dismissed with prejudice. Scott Warren Hurlock vs. G. E. Sullivan, su weather salem forecast Forecast (from the National Weather Service, McNary Field, Salem): Variable cloudiness today with a 40 percent chance of showers during the day and 30 percent chance of showers tonight. High today near 65, low tonight near 40. Partly sunny Thursday with highs in mid-60s. Freezing level at 4 p.m. yesterday 7300 feet. Temperature (To 9 o'clock last night) 10 p.m 52 10a.m 58 11 p.m 53 Midnight 49 11 a.m.., Noon 1 p.m.., 2 p.m... 3 p.m.., 4 p.m.., 5 p.m.., 6 p.m.., 7p.m. 8 p.m.., 9 p.m.., .60 .62 ,65 ,64 ,65 ,67 ,.65 ,.64 ..61 ,.56 57 1 a.m 51 2 a.m. 3 a.m. 4 a.m. 5 a.m. 6 a.m. 7 a.m. 48 .51 ,48 .50 .48 .52 8a.m 54 9 a.m 56 Degree days Monday: 6H. (The degrees needed to cool or heat to an average of 65 degrees Fahrenheit). , Cumulative degree days this month :306H. salem precipitation Since start ot weather year Sept. I To date Last year Normal 45.70 4251 35.22 Rainfall for the 24 hours ending at 9 p.m. yesterday: Trace river levels (As ol 2 pjn. yesterday) Willamette (Salem) 7.0 ft. N. Sanliom (Mehama) 3.7 ft. Suntiam (Jefferson)....... 4 2 ft. Wilson (Tillamook)..... 3H ft. Nestucca (Beaver) 42 ft. SiHtz (Siletz) 3.9 ft. Alsea (Tidewater) 3.9 ft. Verna A. Wall MOUNT ANGEL - Verna A. Wall, 96, of Mount Angel Towers, died Tuesday, i A native of Auburn, N.Y., she was longtime Mount Angel resident and a member of the Catholic Church. Survivors include two cousins in New Jersey. Mass will be at 9 a.m. Thursday at Mount Angel Towers, and interment will be in Chicago, III. Unger mortuary is in charge. Edwin M. Dennis LEBANON - Edwin M. Dennis, 78, of 204 Cascade Drive, died Monday. Born at Lampson, Wis., he came to Oregon in 1925 and here in 1932. He worked at Lebanon Lumber Co. for eight years and at the Lebanon Post Office as a letter carrier from 1940 until retiring in 1964. He was a member of the Assembly of God Church. Surviving are wife, C. La verna; daughters, Susan Younce, Salem, and Judy Roomsburg, Highland, Calif.; brothers, Patrick, Lebanon, James, McMinnville, and Eldon, Salem; sisters, Frances Aplet, Lebanon, and Thelma Tong, Condon. Services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Jost mortuary, with interment at the Lebanon IOOF Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, in care of the mortuary. Maynard Miner Moore LEBANON - Maynard Miner Moore, 58, of 1920 S. 2nd St., was found dead Tuesday at his home. Arrangements are pending at the Huston mortuary. Charles R. Marlow Sr. Charles R. Marlow Sr., 73, of 3828 24th Place NE, died Monday. Arrangements are pending at Virgil T. Golden mortuary. perintendent, Oregon State Correctional Institution: Petition for writ of habeas corpus seeks removal of detainer. Michael Wayne Jenkins vs. Hoyt C. Cupp, superintendent, Oregon Stale Penitentiary: Petition dismissed without prejudice. Scott A. Denhem, by guardian Diana Stogs-dill, vs. Barbara Ann Pounder and Kevin Troy Cuff: Complaint charges negligence in Aug. 29, 1981, traffic accident on Beach Avenue NE, seeks $75,000 general and $6,410 special damages forallged injuries. Bill and Joyce Hammond vs. Sauva and An-astasia Kalugin: Complaint seeks $3,250 allegedly owed. Edith M. Tipsword vs. Richard and Pamela Vorseth: Complaint charges negligence in April 20, 1981, traffic accident at Liberty Street and Broadway NE, seeks $125,000 general and $2,500 special damages for alleged injuries. Pacific Western Bank vs. Soaring Wings Limited Editions and others: Complaint seeks $41,763 allegedly owed. Norman Ray Freelove vs. G. E. Sullivan, superintendent, Oregon State Correctional Institution: Petition for writ of habeas corpus seeks release from segregation unit. State vs. Guy Van Patten: Defendant pleads innocent on charge of burglary. State vs. Adam Lozano Garcia: Defendant pleads innocent on charge of possession of controlled substance. State vs. Audrey K.Smay: Defendant pleads innocent on charge of burglary. State vs. Wayne Phillip Graybeal: Defendant pleads innocent on charge of theft. State vs. Alvaro Garza Ayala: Defendant pleads innocent on charge of unauthorized use of vehicle. State vs. Earl Lawrence New: Defendant pleads innocent on charge of escape. State vs. Scott Miio Chrisman: Defendant pleads innocent on charge of theft. State vs. Bruce Allen Young: Defendant pleads guilty on charge of possession of controlled substance. State vs. Laura Lynn Brown: Defendant changes plea go guilty on charge of attempted supplying contraband, given suspended one-year jail sentence by Judge McConville, placed on one year probation. oregon forecast By The Associated Press Portland-Vancouver - Today and tonight: Variable cloudiness and chance of a few showers. Possible late afternoon or evening thunderstorms. Thursday: Partly sunny. Lows 45 to 50. Highs 60 to 65. Southwest wind 5 to 15 mph. Chance measurable rainfall 40 percent today and tonight. Western Oregon - Today: Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers and chance afternoon and evening thunderstorms. Thursday: Partly sunny. Lows in the 40s. Highs in the 60s. Oregon Cascades - Scaltered showers or thunderstorms. Southwest wind 10 to 20 mph. Tonight: Chance of showers. Eastern Oregon - Today: Considerable cloudiness with scaltered showers and isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms. Thursday: Partly cloudy. Lows 35 to 45. Highs 55 to 65. Friday through Sunday: Western Oregon - Unsettled with occasional showers. Highs In the 60s. Lows in the 40s. Eastern Oregon - Partly cloudy. Widely Mattered showers. Highs 55 to 65. Lows 35 to 45. weather radio Weather forecasts and warning covering local, coastal and regional areas are updated conttnuoiHly and broadcast 24 hours a day over Salem'i National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Weather Radio, frequency 1(2.475 megaherli (VHF-FM). Not all FM radios art equipped to receive the station. LINCOLN CITY Times listed are for tides at Sileti Bay and Lincoln City. High und low lick's for other Oregon Coastal areus occur curlier going south and luler going norih from Lincoln City. STANDARD TIME HKiH Time LOW Time 11:11 pjn. l:Majn. 2:02 pjn. 2:10 jn. l:pjn. April Feel 4 5:09 ajn. Feet M 4.7 ti 11 M 1.7 7:31 pjn. 1:11 ajn. S:M pjn. 7:Majn. I:2(pjn. ' 1.1 4 U 4 Frank A. 'Babe' Jette Rosary for Frank A. "Babe" Jette, 102, of 2765 Nola Ave. SE, who died Monday, will be at 7:30 tonight at Barrick mortuary. Mass will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Private interment will be at Mount Calvary Cemetery, Portland. Bom in Champoeg to pioneer parents Adolph and Marguerite Liard Jette, his was the last birth recorded in the house built in 1843 by pioneer Robert Newell. He attended St. Paul Elementary School and Mount Angel High School, moved to Portland in 1907, worked for Oregon Chair Co, Meier & Frank and Goodyear Shoe Co. and was an electrician in Portland shipyards during World War II. He came here in 1965. He was a retired 40-year member of the International Brotherhood of Electricians and a member of Marion County Historical Society and St. Joseph Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife, Delia; son, George S., Eugene; and stepdaughter, Pat Swift, Laguna Hills, Calif. Marshall Swearingen Former Salem resident Marshall Swearingen, 77, of Green Valley, Ariz, died Saturday. He was born in Kansas City, Mo, and was a longtime Salem resident. He was a farmer, president of the Oregon Farm Bureau in the late 1950s, instrumental in developing the Four Comers area in Salem and chief mail clerk in the 1961 Oregon Legislature. He moved to Bend about 20 years ago, where he owned and operated the Tu-malo Emporium restaurant until moving to Arizona after retirement. Survivors include his wife, Jeanne; daughters, Ann Rasmussen, Bend, Susan AuCoin, Washington, D.C., and Timmie Ringstad, Seattle, Wash.; son, William, Austin, Texas; sister, Margaret Chapman, Silverton; brother, James H, Mill Valley, Calif. Services have been held. The family suggests contributions to the High Desert Museum, Bend. State vs. Kenneth Wayne Mecum: Defendant pleads guilty on charge of cfriminal mischief, given suspended one-year jail sentence by Judge Brown, placed on three years probation. PROBATE ESTATES Rachel Carlotta Briedwell: Estate closed. Van L. Snippy: Final account approved. MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS Daniel Francis Schacher, 26, 2685 Hollywood Drive NE, laborer, and Deborah Lynn Hunter, 25, 2685 Hollywood Drive NE, State Farm. Joseph Lynn Houck,24, 3405 Deer Park Drive SE, artist, and Janette Sue Haarstick, 40, Kila, Mont, leaseholder. Darren Douglas Schotthoefer, 20, 182 W. Ida St., Stayton, salvage worker, and Jeanne Diane Bradley, 20, 182 W. Ida St., Stayton, homemak-er. Guy Lawrence Basl, 24, Salem, unemployed, and Kristova Pila Moore, 18, Salem, unemployed. David Dean Lethin, 23, 1505 Brush College Road NW, fisherman, and Sharon Kay Watson, 26, 1505 Brush College Road NW, bookkeeper. Dennis Vernon Garlock, 41, 720 Tulip Lane NW, systems analyst, and Karen Lea Markee, 40, 720 Tulip Lane NW, hairdresser. Clint Frank Uselman, 26, 13499 Hook Road, Mount Angel, draftsman, and Leslie Diane Holt, 21, 921 Western Ave., Silverton, assistant supervisor. linn county CIRCUIT COURT Sheryl Lynn Garman and Benjamin Joseph Carman: Petition seeks divorce. Carl Edward Tucker and Dorothy J. Tucker: Petition seeks divorce. Roger J. Wardinski vs. Daniel Irvin Ross: Complaint charges negligence in traffic accident, seeks $3,000 for alleged property damages. United States Fidelity and Guaranty Co. vs. Carl Bolger: Complaint charges negligence in April 19, 1977, fire, seeks $8,863 for recovery of claims paid to insured. Jimmy Raymond Larkin and Mary Emma Larkin: Petition seeks divorce. Doris Lorraine Graver and Dale Leonard Graver: Petition seeks divorce. Bert D. Jones and Karen L. Jones: Petition seeks divorce. F re res Building Supply vs. Ross E. Rowland and others: Complaint for lien foreclosure oregon temperatures By The Associated Press Temperature extremes and measurable pre- cipilation for the 24 hours ending at 4 p.m. PST. Max. Min. Pep. Astoria 57 41 D2 Baker 67 29 Brookings 63 51 29 Bums 56 38 Eugene 68 50 Klamath Falls 55 42 .03 Lakeview 57 38 j01 Medford 66 51 .03 Newport 60 43 .02 North Bend 64 53 28 Pendleton 69 46 Portland 65 47 .02 Redmond 62 40 Salem (8 47 The Dalles 72 47 Tillamook 62 40 Warm Springs 68 39 22 coast weather telephone The latest Oregon Coast weather forecast may be obtained by calling the Newport Coast Guard station - 2(5-551 1. The information Is updated every lour hours. coast weather Showers. High near 60. West wind 5 to 15. Tonight: Low 45. sun STANDARD TIME Sunrise 1:11 ajn. 1:18 ajn. I:l( ajn. NEWPORT April 2 Sunset 7:3 pjn. 7:01 pjn. 7:M pin. 21 22 tides Times listed are for tides at Ya-quina Bay and Newport. High and low tides for other Oregon Coastal ureas occur earlier going south and later going north from Newport. HKiH LOW Time Feel Time Ml ajn. 12 12:20 p.m. 7:21 pjn. (.1 (:27 a.m. (J I2:ajn. 1:12 pjn. IJ) 1:11 pjn. 7:Majn. U l:ajn. 1:22 pjn. 7.1 2:17 pjn. Feel 4i li 0.4 1J 4.4 Delmer Morrison Goode CORVALLIS - Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the First Congregational Church for Delmer Morrison Goode, 93, of 225 N.W. 31st St, who died Saturday. DeMoss-Dur-dan mortuary is in charge. Bom in Rose Creek, Minn, he came to Oregon in 1919. He had attended Moorhead (Minn.) State College and was a rural school teacher in North Dakota, an elementary school principal and superintendent of a number of school districts. During World War I, he served in the American Field Artillery Unit in France. He was assistant editor and editor of Oregon State University publications office and became the first director of publications in 1943. He was the founding editor of the only educational journal focusing on ways to improve college teaching, titled "Improving College and University Teaching" and published by the OSU Graduate School. When he retired in 1978 he presented his personal collection of 1,500 books to the OSU Library, forming the core of the Delmer Morrison Goode Collection. He was honored in 1975 by Moorhead State University as one of its distinguished graduates of the past century. He also studied at the University of Minnesota, University of Chicago, Stanford University and University of Oregon. At OSU, he earned a master's degree and was curriculum consujtant, first secretary of the faculty senate and in charge of graduate programs in college and university teaching. He was honored in 1956 and 1981 with leadership and pioneer awards by Acacia National Fraternity. He was the first scoutmaster in 1919 of Corvallis Boy Scout Troop 1, former vice president of the Boy Scouts Oregon Trail Council, recipient of the Silver Beaver, top award for adults in scouting, served on the Oregon Congregational Conference board and the National Committee on World Missions. He was a member of the Congrega seeks $6,362 allegedly owed. W. K. Preston vs. Ross E. Rowland and others: Complaint for lien foreclosure seeks $3,440 allegedly owed. Janet Kaye Madarus and Willard J. Madams: Petition seeks divorce. Vicki Whitley vs. Linn County and others: Complaint charges negligence in traffic accident of July 16, 1982, seeks $25,000 general and $366 special damages for alleged injuries. Janet Lee Barton and Jimmie Lee Barton: Petition seeks divorce. State vs. David P. Reeder: Defendant declared habitual traffic offender, prohibited from operating motor vehicle in Oregon for 10 years. State vs. James W. Brown Jr.: Defendant declared habitual traffic offender, prohibited from operating motor vehicle in Oregon for 10 years. State vs. Antonio J. Troyer: Defendant placed on five years probation by Judge Tompkins on charges of criminal trespass and forgery. State vs. Robert L. Taylor: Jury finds defendant guilty of driving while icense suspended. Stale vs. Richard A. Towle: Defendant sentenced by Judge Goode to five years in prison for violation of probation on two charges of burglary. Stale vs. Jimmy Lee Johnson: Imposition of four-year prison sentence suspended by Judge Goode, defendant placed on three years probation on charge of assault. State vs. James Fuller. Plymell Jr.: Imposition of sentence suspended by Judge Goode, defendant placed on three years probation on charge of driving while license suspended, ordered to serve 120 days in jail, fined $500. MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS John Howard Callff Jr, 20, 597 W. Maple St., Stayton, unemployed, and Teresa Marie Choate, 18, 45890 River Loop Road, Lyons, at home. Randy Craig Hooper, 29, 1130 22nd Ave. NE, Salem, welder, and Piper Jeanine Gardner, 30, 1130 22nd Ave. NE, Salem, record technician. James Henry Horvath, 20, 1610 15th Ave., Albany, parts clerk, and Gwen Annette Hinzman, 19,1158 11th Ave. SW, Albany, salesperson-manager. Robert Allen Pierson, 47, 37535 Pearl St., Brownsville, firefighter, and Charlotte Ann ShepanL46, 785 Maple St., Lebanon, secretary. The Forecast For Wednesday. April 20 High Temperatures National Weather Service NOAA U S Dept ot Commerce Fronts: Cold Warm By The Associated Press Temperatures indicate high and low for day to 8 p.m. EST. HI LoPrcOtlk 35 32 .78 sn 74 44 cdy 68 44 clr 41 32 .19 cdy 38 27 jOI clr 50 30 clr 41 38 25 Clr 81 56 cdy 74 48 M 43 36 cdy 73 48 cdy 55 30 cdy 58 31 clr 67 42 m Albany Albqrque Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta AllanticC Austin Bakersfield Baltimore Billings Brmnghm Bismarck Boise Boston Brmvnsvlle Buffalo Burlington Casper ChrlstnS.C. 91 41 22 m 8B 68 35 26 cdy cdy1 37 26 31 sn cdy .04 clr 54 Chrlstn.W.V. 40 26 cdy i Chrltt,NC. Cheyenne Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland ColmbSC. Columbus DhIIHW Dayton Denver 44 30 tn clr 58 39 cdy ': 43 22 clr! 41 25 clr 40 r Of) cdy 52 29 .09 clr 42 24 jOI clr Of) 51 cdy 41 22 clr 68 42 cdy tional Church and chaplain of the OSU Faculty Triad Club. In 1978-79, he was listed in "Who's Who in the World." Survivors include his wife, Gladys; son, Kirby, Eugene. Contributions may made be to the Delmer M. Goode Collection Library at Oregon State University or the First Congregational Church. Earl J. Malone Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at City View Cemetery for Earl J. Malone, 77, of 521 18th St. SE, who died Monday. He was born in Mobile, Ala, and lived in Salem for 28 years. He was a retired construction worker and a member of the Construction & General Laborers Local 320. Surviving are wife, Dorothy F.; daughters, Betty Anthony and Maxine Coleman, both of Pensacola, Fla, and Edna Woodard, Summerdale, Ala.; sons. Max Malone, Silverhill, Ala, Ralph Malone, Warner Robins, Ga, and Frank E. Reece, Olatha, Kan.; brother, Thomas Malone, Pensacola; and sister, Christina Rogers, Warner Robins. The casket will be open from noon to 5 p.m. today and 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Barrick mortuary. funerals today ANDERSON, Irene Scofield, 76, Dallas, 1 p.m, Barrick mortuary. BAILEY, Virginia M., 63, 244 Marietta St. SE, 10:30 a.m, Virgil T. Golden mortuary. GRANT, Bernice I, 79, Silverton, 11 a.m. Miller Cemetery, Silverton. OMANS, George Eli, 91, 2933 Center St. NE, 1:30 p.m, Rigdon-Ransom mortuary. SOOS, Clara M., 74, 271 Missouri Ave. S, 3 p.m, Barrick mortuary. WINNINGHAM, Richard A., 21, Newport, 2 p.m., Bateman mortuary, Newport. night crisis help These hotline telephone numbers may be called when other agencies are closed and cri sis help is needed : POLICE Salem. til 187-4357 Albany.. Aumsville Ill Brownsville 987-3911 Canby. 2W-1I04 Carlton 911 Corvallis 757-9911 OSU Campus Security 754-4473 Dallas 911 Dundee 911 Falls City 911 Halsey 967-3S11 Hubbard 981-0511 Independence .......... ... 911 Jefferson Lebanon Lincoln City Mill City. Monmouth 327-2098 258-3166 994-3636 859-2911 911 911 Newberg.. Newport 2(5-5331 Scio 394-3344 Siletz 265-9271 Silverton 911 Stayton 911 Sweet Home 367-0177 Tangent 928-7653 Toledo 911 Turner 743-2145 Woodbum 981-3691 Oregon State Police 1-800-452-0315 (Toll free) Salem 378-2575 Albany.. 9(7-2021 Corvallis. 757-41(3 Lincoln City 994-3833 McMinnville 472-5121 Milwaukie. 238434 Newberg 911 Newport.. 2(5-5353 Sweet Home 3(7-4(15 Tillamook 1-842-4433 Rain 3 SnowETvl Showers li'MI Flurries! Occluded Stationary i national weather DesMoines 51 28 cdy Phila 36 32 fll cdy Detroit 40 24 clr Phoenix 83 58 cdy Duluth 41 20 clr Pittsburgh 39 19 .04 sn ElPaso 78 59 clr PortlandJHe. 47 39 rn Fairbanks 50 29 rn Providence 51 39 1.00 rn Fargo 55 29 cdy Raleigh 45 31 21 clr Flagstaff 59 25 rn RapidCity 63 31 cdy GreatFalls 64 40 clr RedBluff 68 53 j04 M Hartford 41 33 1.13 rn Reno 65 35 m Helena 70 40 clr Richmond 48 36 cdy Honolulu 80 64 cdy Sacramento 70 51 25 M Houston 68 58 cdy SI.Louls 47 26 clr Indianpls 42 23 clr St.P-Tampa 72 58 .06 clr Jck.sn.Mss. 54 35 cdy Sail Lake 65 44 rn Jcksnvlle 64 38 22 clr SanAntonio 84 54 cdy Juneau 43 36 .15 m SanDiego 67 57 rn KansBsClty 44 31 cdy SanFrisco 58 55 ,17 cdy LasVegas 74 47 rn StSteMarie 37 21 clr LitllcRock 43 32 22 cdy Seattle 67 45 cdy LosAngcles 73 61 JOI rn Shrevcport 57 43 4.76 cdy Louisville 42 77 clr SiouxFalls 53 30 cdy Lubbock 82 53 clr Spokane 70 42 cdy Memphis 55 34 clr Syracuse 37 27 A sn Miami 79 65 til cdy Topeka 57 35 cdy Milwuukee 39 24 cdy Tucson 80 48 clr MplsSt.Paul 44 23 clr Tulsa 45 43 .11 clr Nashville 49 27 clr Washington 46 34 cdy NewOrleuns 64 45 cdy Wichita 49 39 jtflcdy NcwYork 43 34 .63 rn Norfolk 48 3.1 24 cdy Prc-Preclpltatlon for 24 NorthPlatle 63 31 cdy hours ending 8 p.m. EST OklaClty 54 44 clr Tuesday. Omaha 41 31 cdy Otlk-Sky conditions out-Orlando 72 58 .12 clr look for Wednesduy, PalmSprlngs 82 52 M T

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