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Statesman-Journal, Friday, October 15, 1982 mono births SALEM HOSPITAL (General Unit) ARNOLD To Earl and Karen Arnold, 4095 Hudson Ave. NE, a son, Oct. 14. FLUGEKVAM - To Rachel Flugekvam, 7 Bethel Park, a daughter, Oct. 14. NORTH-ORLOWSKI - To Edward and Jane North-Orlowski, 1311 Madras St. SE, a son, Oct. 14. SROKA To Christopher and Jennie Sroka, 9874 Golf Club Road, Stayton, a daughter, Oct. 14. ABBEY CHIROPRACTIC AND NATURAL CHILDBIRTH CLINIC CID To Rodolfo and Jeannie Cid, 636 Rose Park Lane, a son, Oct. 13. KASER To Matthew and Diane Kaser, 1658 Jefferson St. NE, a daughter, Oct. 12. LEBANON COMMUNITY HOSPITAL ALLEY - To Richard and Renee Alley, 35656 Truelove Drive, Lebanon, a son, Oct. 4. COY To James and Teresa Coy, 250 Main St., Lebanon, a daughter, Oct. 5. VANDENBOS To Tony and Fran Vandenbos, 571 F St., Lebanon, a son, Oct. 6. SKELLEY - To Peter and Dawn Skelley, 3224 Highway 20, Sweet Home, a son, Oct. 7. DANIEL - To James and Debra Daniel, 825 W. Ash St., Lebanon, a daughter, Oct. 7. BAIN To Carroll and Sharon Bain, 2811 Reynolds Lane, Sweet Home, a son, Oct. 8. KEYSER - To Stephen and Carmen Keyser, 1410 Center St., Albany, a daughter, Oct. 10. POLK COMMUNITY HOSPITAL, Dallas MENDENHALL To David A. and Lisa M. Mendenhall, 901 W. Main, Sheridan, a son, Oct. 10. CROSS-SPEER - To Daniel Joe Cross and Kathy Jean Speer, 7055 Ridgeway Drive, Sheridan, a son, Oct. 7. GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL, Corvallis ARNDT To Don C. and Bonnie G. Amdt, 1343 Hawthorne St., Sweet Home, a son, Oct. 7. DADKHAH-KHAZE - To Abbas Dadkhah and Zahra Khaze, 2615 NW Harrison, Corvallis, a son, Oct. 7. PLAGMANN - To Randall E. and Susan B. Plagmann, 193 7th, Lebanon, a son, Oct. 7. KWIATKOWSKI - To Stephen and Betsy M. Kwiatkowski, 3930 NW Witham Drive, Corvallis, a son, Oct. 7. STEED - To Paul and Margaret Steed, 652 N Craven, Monmouth, a daughter, Oct. 8. KERKVLIET - To Paul and Nancy Kerkvliet, 2510 NW Hayes, Corvallis, a daughter, Oct. 8. HOFFSTAED-NORTH - To John Hoffstaed and Marcia North, 1014 NW 29th, Corvallis, a daughter, Oct. 9. LANHAM-HADJIZADEH-AMINI To Ralph Lanham and Zahra Hadjizadeh-Amini, 7020 Mountain View Drive, Corvallis, a daughter, Oct 9. HAMILTON - To Shirley Hamilton, 719 E. 19th, Albany, a son, Oct. 10. LARSON To Coleen Larson, 1005 4th Ave., Sweet Home, a daughter, Oct. 10. ALKHUNIZE - To Hassan and Najah Alkhunize, 3320 NE Lancaster St, Corvallis, a son, Oct. 10. alarms Following are alarms answered by Salem area fire departments in the 24 hours ending at 9 p.m. Thursday: SALEM FIRE DEPARTMENT Thursday 2 a.m. public service, 4120 Gary St. NE, assisted. 6:41 a.m. medical aid, 1450 Tile Road NE, transported. 7:01 a.m. - medical aid, 1900 block of Mission Street SE, transported. 7:01 a.m. - medical aid, 2435 Claude St. SE, transported. 7:44 a.m. - structure fire, 945 Norway Ave. NE, cause faulty chimney, damage minor. 9:42 a.m. - medical aid, 3297 Randall Court SE, transported. 1:46 p.m. - medical aid, 2605 State St., transported. 2:55 p.m. - medical aid, 2020 Capitol St. NE, transported. 3:02 p.m. medical aid, 155 Liberty St. NE, transported. 5:56 p.m. medical aid, 140 Mission St. S, transported. KEIZER FIRE DEPARTMENT Thursday 12:12 p.m. - medical aid, 7005 River Road N, transported. corrections Errors appearing In the Statesman-Journal may be brought to the attention of the city desk between noon and pm. dally by telephoning 39S-6677. BECAUSE OF a misunderstanding, the dates of five state veter-ans' bond sales during the past two years were wrong in Thursday's Statesman-Journal. The bonds were sold In June and September of 1980, and January, May and August of 1981. They were Issued the following month In each case. obituaries EDITOR'S NOTE: Following is an alphabetical listing of obituaries in today's Statesman-Journal: Adams, Gale R. Cheney, Gertrude Elizabeth Dill, Lorraine Eileen Johnson, Lester M. Merkle, Jane M. Peak, Mildred Dorothy Rickert, Lloyd A. Stevens, Harold Alvin Struthers, W. Jack Tichenor, Earle W. VanDeMark, Raymond F. Webb, William Ena W. Jack Struthers W. Jack Struthers, 70, 5422 Portland Road NE, died Wednesday in Salem. Born in Eureka, Wash., he was a wheat farmer in Walla Walla, Wash, and moved to Salem in May 1972. He worked for the Oregon State Park Department the past 10 years. Survivors include wife Maxine; son, Allen, Eugene; daughter, Jacquelin Struthers Lord, Marina del Ray, Calif., sisters Selma Lodmell, Walla Walla, Bernice Davidson, Pasco, Wash., and Helen Phillips, Napa, Calif.; three grandchildren. There will be no local services. Services will be Saturday at 10 a.m. in Mountain View Cemetery, Walla Walla. Contributions can be made to Shriners Hospital for CriDDled Chil dren, Portland. Gertrude E. Cheney MOUNT ANGEL - Gertrude Elizabeth Cheney, 75, Mount Angel Towers, died Oct. 11. Born in Portland, she was a stenographer and bookeeper for the State Industrial Accident Fund for eight years. She lived in Salem prior to moving to Mount Angel. She was a member of the Evangelical Church of North America and the Chemeketans Hiking Club. Survivors include brother, Alvin Cheney, Kenniwick, Wash. Cryptside services will be 10:30 a.m. today at Restlawn Memory Gardens Mausoleum, Salem. Memorial services will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Mount Angel Towers. Arrangements are under direction of Rigdon-Ransom mortuary, Salem. courts marion county CIRCUIT COURT Jacqueline Lee Barber and Arthur Donahue Barber: Petition seeks divorce. Harry E. Bamett and Leona G. Barnett: Petition seeks divorce. James Stuart Wallace and Lorraine Dorothy Wallace: Divorce granted. Maryam Sampson and Robert Hale Sampson: Petition seeks divorce. Stephen P. Hoots and Margaret J. Hoots: Petition seeks divorce. Darlene Ann Beal and Robert Holland Beal: Divorce granted. Martin Bros. Inc. vs. David J. Lavier: Complaint seeks $4309 allegedly owed. Portland Wholesale Grocery Co. vs. Monks Inc, doing business as Bottino's: Complaint seeks 17,221 allegedly owed. Art Sacher vs. Canyon Wood Products Inc. and others: Complaint seeks $14,243 allegedly owed. Joe and Betty Ritchie vs. Charles V. Golob Jr.: Plaintiffs granted judgment of $7390. weather salem forecast Forecast (from the National Weath- er Service, McNary Field, Salem): Fair today after patchy morning foe. Saturday morning fog and low clouds with afternoon clearing. High today near 70. High on Saturday near Low tonight near 40. Light winds. Chance of measureable rain zero for today and tonight, 10 percent on Saturday. Freezing level at 4 p.m. yesterday 13,400 feet. Temperature (To 9 o'clock last night) 10p.m 51 10 am 57 11 p.m 49 11am 62 Midnight 50 Noon 64 lam 48 1pm 68 2 am 48 2 pm 70 3 a.m 47 3 pm 73 4 a.m. 46 4 pm 74 5 am 45 5 p.m 74 6 am 43 6 pm 71 7 am 41 7 pm 60 8 am 43 8 p.m 53 9 am 50 9 p.m 51 Degree days Wednesday: 7 heating. (The degrees needed to cool or heat to an average of 65 degrees Fahrenheit). Cumulative degree days this month: 119 heating. salem precipitation Stac start of weather year Sept. I - j . I ..t Kl Normal 249 5.79 290 Rainfall for the 24 hours ending at 7 p.m yesterday: zero river levels (At of 2 pjn. yesterday) Willamette (Salem) .... N. Santiam (Mens ma )... ....... 7J ft. 42 ft. 4 J ft, 11 fl. 3.0 ft. 2.1 ft. 1.1 ft Santiam (Jefferson)..., Wilton (Tillamook). Nestucca (Beaver).. Slleti (Slleu) Lorraine Eileen Dill Lorraine Eileen Dill, 57, 4858 Fox Lane S, died Wednesday in Salem. She was bom in Bowdle, S.D., came to Dallas in 1935 and moved to Salem in 1944. She was a sales clerk with JC Penney Co. for about 20 years, the last three years as a selling supervisor. She was a member of Our Saviours Lutheran Church. Survivors include husband, Cecil L.; sons, Sean E. R., Shreaveport, La., and Bradley N., Salem; daughter, Schere Marie Weiss, Kelso, Wash.; brother, Bruce Buckingham, Salem; sisters Leona Foster, Silverton, Viola Mills and Darlene Fredricks, both of Salem, and Carol Brown, Rocky Point; four grandsons. Services will be 10 a.m. Saturday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary. Private family interment will be at Belcrest Memorial Park. The casket will be open to friends noon-9 pjn. at the mortuary. Contributions can be made to the American Cancer Society. Jane M. Merkle Memorial services for Jane M. Merkle, 68, 1946 Wimbledon Court NW, who died Wednesday, will be 3 p.m. Oct. 23 at St. Paul Episcopal Church. Born in Keokuk, Iowa, she moved to Salem from San Jose, Calif., in December 1977. She was a retired teacher at Simpson College and High School in Iowa. She was a member of St. Paul Epsi-copal Church, Salem. Survivors include husband, Paul A.; sisters, Lucy Furber, Concord, Mass., and Susan Bardens, Quincy, 111. Interment will be private. Arrangements are under the direction of Virgil T. Golden mortuary. Contributions can be made to the St. Paul Episcopal Church memorial fund. ( Gale R. Adams DALLAS - Gale R. Adams, believed to be in his early 70s, of 10725 Whi-teaker Road, died Saturday, Oct. 2. Survivors include brothers, Raymond, Dallas, and Keith, Sisters. Private services will be at Fir Crest Cemetery, Monmouth, under direction of Farnstrom mortuary, Independence. Donald L. Altennatt and William G. Michael vs. Lynn Lacey and Stephen G. Moyer: Sale of property ratified, plaintiffs granted judgment of $8,191 for deficiency remaining. Oregon Attorney General Dave Frohnmayer and Department of Justice vs. State Accident Insurance Fund Corp.: Plaintiff determined to have control of defendant's legal business. Raymond P. Tborne, assistant director for employment, State Department of Human Resources, vs. Nadean F. Roberts: Petition seeks to hold defendant in contempt for failure to obey subpoena. Bonded Credit Co. vs. Frank Harris: Complaint seeks $3,755 allegedly owed. Viking Insurance Company of Wisconsin vs. Henry Lopez Bustamante Jr. and others: Complaint for declaratory judgment seeks determination of rights and duties of parties under insurance policy. Terry Cassidy vs. Hoyt C. Cupp, superintendent, Oregon State Penitentiary: Petition denied. William K. Wind vs. Cecelia Willman: Complaint dismissed with prejudice. Sharon L. Wind vs. Cecelia Willman: Com Oregon forecast Portland and vicinity Fair Friday but patchy morning fog. Morning clouds and fog with afternoon clearing Saturday. Lows in mid 40s. High Friday near 70, Saturday mid 60s. Western Oregon Fair Friday but night and morning fog and low clouds locally. Cloudy and foggy Saturday morning with afternoon clearing. Lows in 40s. Highs in 60s and 70s. Eastern Oregon Fair through Saturday. Lows 35-45. Highs upper 60s to mid 70s. Extended outlook, Sunday through Tuesday: Western Oregon Partly cloudy. Highs in 60s, lows 35-45. Eastern Oregon Fair. Highs 55-65, lows 30-40. weather radio Weather forecasts and warnings covering local, coastal and regional areas are updated continunnly and broadcast 24 hours a day over Salem's National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Weather Radio, frequency 112.475 megaherti (VHF-FM). Nol all FM radios are equipped to receive the station. LINCOLN CITY Times listed are for tides at Siletz Bay and Lincoln City. High and low tides for other Oregon Coastal areas occur earlier going south and later going north from Lincoln Cily. . DAYLIGHT TIME nr- HIGH LOW HIGH LOW ' Time Feci Time Feel Time Feet Tim Feet II 12:11 pjn. 7.1 1:11 ajn. -tJ I2:pjn. IJ 1:45 ajn. 1.1 1:47 pjn. 1.1 I: II pjn. 8J II 12:11 ajn. 1.7 l:Majn, 1.1 12:2s a jn. 1.1 1:27 ajn. IJ 12:41 pjn. 7A 7:21 pjn. Ai I2:pjn. M l:Hpjn. 4.1 17 1:11 ajn. 1.7 7:27 ajn. M 1:14 a Jn. 1.1 7:Majn. 14 1:21 pjn. IS 1:11 pjn. -fJ 1:17 pjn. M 7:41 pjn. 4A Lester M. Johnson LEBANON Lester M. Johnson, 82, 250 E. St., died Wednesday at his home. Born in Flintville, Wis, he moved to Oregon in 1943, settling in Crabtree where he worked for the Rudie Free-burg sawmill. In 1946, he purchased a dairy farm in the Roaring River area, east of Scio, and lived there 25 years before moving to Lebanon in 1970. He also was a logger. He was a member of St. Edward Catholic Church. Survivors include wife, Belva; daughters Marian Howard, Lebanon, Ethal Richardson, Bend, Iris Handke and Carol Dean, both of Portland; sons Myron, Lincoln City, and Marvin, Seattle; brother, Ray of Colorado; 11 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Providence Cemetery, Scio, under direction of Huston mortuary. Harold Alvin Stevens MONMOUTH - Harold Alvin Stevens, 71, of 832 Bentley St, died Thursday. Born in Goldendale, Wash, he had been a Washington State Police Officer before coming here, where he was Chief of Police until retiring in 1964 because of a disability. Survivors include wife, Bonnie; sons Vera, Camas, Wash, and Mark, Vancouver, Wash.; daughters Leah Rich, Homer, Alaska, and Joann Myers, Bellevue, Neb.; brothers Afton, Milwaukie, and Eldon, Portland; sister, Mildred Randall, Goldendale, Wash. Services are pending at Straub mortuary, Camas, Wash. Local arrangements are under direction of Farnstrom mortuary, Independence. Raymond F. VanDeMark DALLAS - Raymond F. VanDeMark, 71, 348 E. Ellendale Ave, died Wednesday. Born in Detroit, Mich, he moved to Salem in 1947 where he operated Ray's Radio and Television Shop. He moved to Rickreall in 1957 and to Dallas in 1981. Survivors include daughters Debbie Colvin, Dallas, Marlene VanDeMark, Salem, and Barbara Allen, Bandon; step-son, Marlin Lowery, Willamina; brother, Don, Detroit, Mich. Services will be 2 p.m. Monday in Bollman mortuary. Interment will be in Dallas Cemetery. plaint dismissed with prejudice. Beverly A. Roesch vs. Robert Dewey: Complaint dismissed with prejudice. Augustine F. Valle vs. Patricia A. Foss: Complaint dismissed with prejudice. Art in E. Adamson and others vs. Ronald E. and Carol A. Hosteller: Complaint dismissed with prejudice. Suite Children's Services Division vs. Georgia Meier and Christian Center Academy Day Care Center: Complaint dismissed with prejudice. Keith Brown Lumber Yard vs. Brian Hicks: Complaint dismissed. Montgomery Ward & Co. vs. Barbara McFerrin: Complaint seeks $3,308 allegedly owed. Lily D. Cox vs. Timothy Nugent: Complaint charges negligence in Dec. 16 traffic accident on 12th Street NE, seeks $75,000 general and $3,042 special damages for alleged injuries. State vs. Randall Douglas Naas: Charge of theft dismissed. State vs. Donald Ray Rister: Defendant found guilty by Judge Brown of assault. State vs. Tolly Ricardo Williams: Defendant pleads innocent to charges of assault and possession of weapon by inmate. Stele vs. Daniel Walter Baggett: Defendant pleads innocent to charge of possession of controlled substance. State vs. Greg Caudillo: Defendant's proba Oregon temperatures Temperature extremes and measurable precipitation for the 24 hours ending at 4 p.m. Thursday. Max. Min. Pep. Astoria 73 46 Baker 76 34 Brookings 56 49 Bums 73 32 Eugene 74 38 KlamathFalls 71 40 Lakeview 73 38 Medford 77 43 Newport 63 45 North Bend 57 52 Pendleton 72 42 Portland 74 45 Redmond 72 34 Salem 74 39 TheDalles 74 42 coast weather Mostly cloudy and foggy through Saturday, partial afternoon clearing north Friday. Highs 55-65, lows 45-50. Light winds Friday. coast weather phone The latest Oregon Coast weather forecast may be obtained by calling the Newport Coast Guard station 285-5511. The Information Is updaled every four hours. sun DAYLIGHT TIME Oct Sunrise Sunset IS 7:27 ajn. 1:28 pjn. X 7:21 ijn. 1:21 pjn. 17 '7:31 in, 1:24 pjn. tides NEWPORT ' Times listed are for tides at Ya-qulna Bay and Newport. High and low tides for other Oregon Coastal areas occur earlier going south and later going north from Newport. William Ena Webb INDEPENDENCE - William Ena Webb, 100, of 1525 Monmouth St, died Thursday. Born in Howard County, Md, he came here this year from San Jose, Calif. Survivors include sons Carl, Independence, and Stanley G, Severna Park, Md. Services will be 2 pjn. today at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Dallas. Interment will be at St. John Cemetery, Ellicott City, Md. Arrangements are under direction of Farnstrom mortuary. Lloyd A. Rickert WOODBURN - Lloyd A. Rickert, 88, of 1 130 N. 5th St, died Thursday. Arrangements are pending at Corn-well mortuary. elsewhere Howard Sackler NEW YORK (AP) - Playwright Howard Sackler, whose "The Great White Hope" won the 1969 Pulitzer Prize for drama, was found dead Thursday in his studio in Ibiza, Spain, his lawyer said. Sackler was 52. The lawyer, Jay Harris, said in New York that Sackler died either Tuesday night or Wednesday morning. He said there was "no suspicion of a crime," but that an autopsy was to be performed. Sackler lived most of the year in Ibiza, Harris said. "The Great White Hope," which opened in October 1968, was Sackler's first play to reach Broadway. It won the 1969 Tony Award for best play in addition to the Pulitzer Prize. Sackler also wrote the screenplay for the film version of the play, and also co-authored the screenplays for "Saint Jack" and "Jaws II." Virginia Zanuck SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) - Virginia Fox Zanuck, 75, a former silent movie beauty and the widow of Hollywood movie tycoon Darryl F. Zanuck, died Thursday. Mrs. Zanuck was the tiniest Mack Sennett bathing beauty in silent films, and later Buster Keaton's leading lady in the comedies "Ghost Neighbors," "The Haunted House," and "Divorce for Convenience." Art Baldwin CHICAGO (AP) - Art Baldwin, who had 2 million children whisper in his ear during 18 years as Santa at Marshall Field's State Street department store, died Tuesday of cancer at age 87. tion on charge of burglary revoked, sentenced to four years in prison by Judge Sloper. State vs. Matthew Calvin Ellett: Defendant pleads innocent to charges of robbery and recklessly endangering another person. State vs. Kenneth Elmer Ward: Defendant changes plea to guilty of charge of escape, sentenced to additional one year in prison by Judge Sloper. State vs. Denise Marie Johnson: Defendant changes pleas to guilty of two charges of arson. State vs. John Michael Wright: Defendant sentenced to 15 years in prison by Judge Sloper on charge of robbery. State vs. Randall Dean Wright: Defendant pleads innocent to charge of theft. State vs. Richard Dwaine Wright: Defendant pleads innocent to charge of theft. State vs. Rita Nanette Romanick: Defendant pleads innocent to charge of driving while license suspended. State vs. Cynthia Jo Armijo: Defendant pleads innocent to charge of forgery. State vs. John Raymond Crawford: Defendant pleads guilty to charge of custodial interference, enters into 18-month diversion agreement. State vs. Brad Lamont Kindle: Defendant changes plea to guilty of charge of driving while license revoked, fined $1,000, given suspended three-year prison sentence and placed The Forecast For Friday. October 1 5 High Temperatures 80 National Weather Service 80 NOAA. U S Depl ol Commerce Fronts: Cold Warm DU III a" tta. M national weather Temperatures Indicate high Detroit 57 40 cdy Phoenix 87 68 clr and low for Thursday to 5 Duluth 63 42 clr Pittsburgh 57 43 .01 cdy pjn. PDT. ElPaso 75 43 clr PtlandMe. 64 52 .43 m HILoPrcOtlk Fairbanks 23 -06 clr Providence 66 56 .10 cdy Albany 63 3B .16 rn Fargo 68 40 clr Raleigh 74 58 53 clr Albuquerque 65 36 1.14 clr Flagstaff 61 22 clr RapidCily 72 37 clr Amarillo 64 37 clr GreatFalls 74 48 clr RedBluff - 81 52 Anchorage 28 26 ,15 cdy Hartford 67 53 .09 cdy Reno 72 32 clr Asheville 66 49 clr Helena 69 37 clr Richmond 73 56 .05 cdy Atlanta 70 53 clr Honolulu 89 73 clr Sacramento 82 50 AtlanlicClty 89 54 .12 clr Houston 78 58 clr SaltLake 68 41 clr Austin 80 56 clr Indianapolis 57 48 cdy SanAmonlo 78 49 cdy Baltimore 67 48 .02 cdy JcksnJVIiss. 74 46 clr SonDlego 83 59 clr Bakersfield 90 61 Jacksonville 81 68 JO clr SanFran 60 53 clr Hillings 76 53 clr Juneau 48 38 clr Seattle 89 48 cdy Birmingham 69 47 .01 clr KansasCity 69 36 clr Shreveport 75 47 clr Bismarck 72 39 clr Knoxvtlle 69 51 clr SiouxFalls 68 34 clr Boise 74 43 clr LasVegas 80 52 clr St.Louls 63 50 clr Boston 67 55 .19cdy LtttleRock 70 47 clr SI.P-Tampa ai 78 .47 clr Bmwnsvlle 84 63 cdy LosAngeles 87 65 clr SlSleMarie 49 44 .14 rn Buffalo 58 48 j04 rn Louisville 60 48 clr Spokane 64 40 cdy Burlington 60 43 .01 m Lubbock 73 .18 clr Syracuse 61 46 m Casper 70 39 clr Memphis 68 49 clr Toneka 72 30 clr Chlston,SC. 80 72 clr Miami 86 79 cdy Tucson 8.1 57 clr Chlston.W.V. 57 51 cdy Milwaukee 62 44 cdy Tulsa 74 45 clr thrilled C. 72 60 ill clr Mpls-SI.Paul 69 44 clr Washington 71 53 cdy Cheyenne 64 33 clr Nashville AH 47 clr Wichita 73 37 clr Chicago 63 47 clr NewOrleans 77 80 clr Cincinnati 80 51 cdy NewYork 68 56 .01 cdy Prc-Pn-clpltatlon for 24 Cleveland 59 50 .17 m Norfolk 70 58 l.40cdy hiurs ending 5 a.m. PDT Clmbla3.C 76 61 .39 clr NorthPlatte 74 28 clr Thursday. Columbus 58 51 .01 cdy OklaClty 75 42 clr Otlk-Sky conditions out- Dal-FtWth 78 51 clr Omaha 71 35 clr look for Friday. Dayton W 48 cdy Orlando 83 72 clr Denver 88 35 clr PalmSprlngs 94 59 DesMolnes 70 38 clr Philadphia 69 51 cdy Mildred Dorothy Peak INDEPENDENCE - Mildred Dorothy Peak, 68, of 752 S. 6th St, died Thursday. Born in Chester, Pa, she came here a year ago from Trenton, N J. Survivors include husband, William L. Sr.; son, William L. Jr., Independence. The casket will be open all day Friday at Farnstrom mortuary. Services will be 11 a.m. Saturday at the mortuary. Interment will be at Fir Crest Cemetery, Monmouth. Earle W. Tichenor Earle W. Tichenor, 69, of 4396 Camellia Drive S, died Thursday. Arrangements are pending at Virgil T. Golden mortuary. funerals today BOLMAN, George Rolland, 65, Mon mouth, 2 p.m, Scio Baptist Church. CHENEY, Gertrude Elizabeth, 75, Mount Angel, 10:30 a.m, Restlawn Memory Gardens Mausoleum. ENGEL, Karl A, 65, Mount Angel, 2 p.m. Trinity Lutheran Church, Mount Angel. EVANS, Betty Jean, 56, Albany, 2 p.m. Twin Oaks Memorial Gardens, Albany. JACOBSON, Sylvia L, 83, Sherwood, 2 pm, Attrell's Sherwood mortuary. LUND, Alfred G., 71, Albany, 10 am, Waverly Cemetery, Albany. MILO, John Daniel, 23, 1562 Urban Lane NW, 3 p.m, Howell-Edwards Doerksen mortuary. MOORE, Bertram B, 84, North Bend, 2 pm, Barrick mortuary. SATRUM, Alice S., 58, 3585 Bego: nia Drive NW, 10:30 a.m. Central Lu theran Church. SIEBERT, Shaun Christopher, 4, Aumsville, 1 p.m, Howell-Edwards Doerksen mortuary. . SWENSEN, Charles L, 68, Grand Ronde, 1 p.m, Adamson mortuary, Sheridan. WEBB, William Ena, 100, Indepen dence, 2 p.m, St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Dallas. WESLOW, Etha Viola, 81, Siletz, 10:30 am, Bateman mortuary, New port. WILLIAMS, Mary Fisher, 76, Wood burn, 11 a.m. First Presbyterian Church, Roseburg. WOLFE, Carlita, 51, Hobart Bay, Alaska, 2 p.m, Steckly-Tracewll mor tuary, Sweet Home. on three years probation by Judge Sloper. State vs. Mike Wayne Beal: Defendant changes plea to guilty of charge of criminally negligent homicide. State vs. Marlene Criss Weiss F ravel: Defendant pleads guilty to charge of fraudulent use of credit card. PROBATE ESTATES James A. Lucke: Final account approved. Ada Beatrice Reos: Estate admitted to probate, Mabel Bemece Andrews appointed representative. MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS . James Lawrence Speckman, 36, 923 Dove Ave. NE, state employee, and Judy Ann Valera, 37, 1995 18th St. NE, state employee. Marshal Dean Peterson, 33, Mulino, self-employed, and Cindy Lou Winslow, 21, 1081 Parkway Drive NW, bookkeeper. Jay Bryson Bonnes, 26, 795 Madrona Ave. S, jeweler, and Janean Elaine Miller, 18, 795 Madrona Ave. S, clerical assistant. Charles Claude Kimball, 36, 591 36th Ave. NW, . self-employed, and Susan Lynn Bohot, 25, 591 36th Ave. NW, secretary. Jerry Lynn Rudy, 36, 5470 Culver Drive SE, state employee, and Ann Marilyn Lewis, 34, 4882 Lancaster Drive NE, secretary. James William Laramore, 31, 545 Brown Court, Woodbum, Valley Garage Door, and Georgia Eileen Gordon, 33, 545 Brown Court, Woodbum, Fleetwood Homes. Rain Snowj;y. Showers Flurries! Occluded ' Stationary i Vl HO 'MM i

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