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AlHiamac Statesman-Journal, Salem, Oregon Saturday, September 6, 1986 Page2B. Obituaries Earle Asher KEIZER - Earle Asher, 59, of Keizer, died Friday. He was born Pea Ridge, Ark., and had lived here for 39 years. He was a retired barber. He served in World War II and was a 25-year member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Surviving are his wife, Gloria Mae, Keizer; son, John E., Keizer; daughters, Barbara Griffith, Keizer, Susan Vaandering, Salem, Julie Tschiegg, Dallas; brother, Larry C. Asher, Salem; siBtere, Madeline DuPrey, Eugene, and Rose Smoots, Chehalis, Wash. Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at the Keizer Church of Christ, with interment in Belcrest Memorial Park. Arrangements are under the direction of Keizer mortuary. Ruth E. Cox SHERIDAN - Ruth E. Cox, 54, of Dallas, died Friday. She was born in New Truxton, Mo., and moved to Dallas in 1957. She was employed at the Blue Garden restaurant in Dallas. Survivors include her husband, Donald; sons, Clifford and Danny Gee, both of Philomath, Leslie Gee, Corval-lis; daughters, Valerie Cooley, Eugene, Julie Springer-Tucker and Brenda Ruth, both of Dallas; sister Madge Ebert, Corvallis; brothers, Kimpen "Feltie" Gregg, Royal "Hap" Gregg, both of Monmouth, and Orlando "Junior" Gregg, Culver. Private services will be held in Boll-man mortuary, Dallas. Contributions may be made to Doernbecher Memorial Hospital for Children in Portland. Loran C. Davidson GRAND RONDE Loran C. Davidson, 73, of Grand Ronde, died Thursday. He was born in Lewis, Kan., and was a retired millworker. Survivors include his wife, Opal; sons, Gene of Buxton, Harry of Yamhill, Loran of Grand Ronde; daughters, Terri Wood of Dayton, April Bass of Grand Ronde; brother, Clive Davidson of Anaheim, Calif.; sisters, Zelpha Clarke of Kansas City, Mo., Maxine Van Buskirk of Neosho, Mo., and Merna Jackson of Hardin, Mont. Graveside service will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Green Crest Memorial Park. Arrangements are under the direction of Adamson mortuary, Sheridan. Corrections Errors appearing in the Statesman-Journal may be brought to the attention of the city desk between noon and 6 p.m. daily by telephoning 399-6677. Lottery 0LYMPIA (AP) Here is Friday's winning number in the Washington state Triple Choice lottery game: 600. Police Three rifles, a watch and a wallet, valued together at $965. were reported stolen Thursday from a residence in the 600 block of 25th Street SE. Salem police said. There was no sign of a forced entry, they said. Silver dinnerware. cash, knives and jewelry valued at $799 were reported stolen Thursday from the 500 block of 25th Street SE, Salem police said. There was no sign of a forced entry, they said. A television set valued at $500 was reported stolen Thursday from a residence in the 2300 block of Claxter Road NE, Salem police said. There was no sign of a forced entry, they said. Births Salem Hospital (General Unit) BLANCHARD To Douglas and Jacqueline Blanchard, 1397 Windsong Court NW, a daughter, Sept. 4. BEARDSLEE To Gary Beardslee and Jean Coleman-Beardslee, 1804 N. 11th Place. Springfield, a daughter, Sept. 5. DAVIS To Robert and Tana Davis, 4055 Sunset Hill Drive, Turner, a daughter, Sept. 5. DEWHIRST To Scott and Teresa Dewhirst, 1110 Denise St. SE, a son, Sept. 5. Northwest Prize grows after pin slips out during spin PORTLAND (AP) - Oregon Lottery officials say routine security measures turned up an equipment malfunction in this week's spin of the jackpot wheel. It means a Portland woman will win more than triple the prize she thought she won. Jim Davey, acting director of the lottery, said in a prepared release issued Friday that the wheel face slipped Wednesday during a spin by Jacquelyn D. Hoag. The prize indicated on the face Vivian B. Holmes LEBANON - Vivian B. Holmes, 76, of Lebanon, died Thursday. A native of Kentwater, Mich., she had moved here in May from Lansing, Mich. She was a retired office worker for Battle Creek Health Equipment. Surviving are her sons, Alan Holmes, Lebanon, and Charles R. Holmes, Atlanta, Ga. Services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Calvary United Methodist Church, Lansing, Mich., with interment in Evergreen Cemetery, Lansing. Huston mortuary is in charge of local arrangements. Alice Dilly Hulburt INDEPENDENCE - Alice Dilly Hulburt, 93, of Independence, died Thursday. She was born in Menomonie, Wis., and came to Oregon in 1901. She moved from Toledo to Independence in 1924. She worked as a telephone operator in Portland and was a home-maker. She was a member of the American Jersey Cattle Club. Survivors include sons, L. Alden and Rollo, both of Portland, Edward, Vancouver, Wash.; and daughter, Norma Lindow, Independence. Graveside services will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Orlean cemetery in Linn County. Vault interment will follow. Farnstrom mortuary, Independence, is in charge of arrangements. Neda Cochran McMINNVILLE - Neda Cochran, 82, of McMinnville, died Thursday. She was born in Pocatello, Idaho, and moved to McMinnville in 1963. She was a homemaker and a member of the McMinnville chapter of Alcoholics Anonymous. Survivors include her son, Ren Nash, Puyallup, Wash.; daughter, Daisy Richmond, McMinnville; stepsons, Jerrold, Henderson, Nev., Norman, Las Vegas, Nev., Edward Barrus, Idaho Falls, Idaho; stepdaughters, Elaine Lapioli, Rialto, Calif., Arveen Evans, Springfield, Idaho, and Roberta Bedore, Oak View, Calif. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, McMinnville Ward. Interment will be at Groveland cemetery, Blackfoot, Idaho. Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Arrangements are by Asmussen & Thomas mortuary, McMinnville. HUFFMAN To Dustin and Patricia Huffman, 1233 Larchwood St. NE, a son, Sept. 5. JOHNSON To Thomas and Dawn Johnson, 616 Rosepark Lane NE, a daughter, Sept. 5. TREMAINE To Steve and Julie Tre-maine, 2255 Salem-Dallas Highway NW, a daughter, Sept. 4. VINCENT - To William and Martha Vincent, 817 Ratcliffe Drive SE, a son, Sept. 5. Criminal cases A Salem man was placed on five years probation Friday after pleading guilty to two charges of theft before Marion County Circuit Judge Rod W. Miller. Gilbert Raymond Ropkins, 32, of 2230 Maple St. NE, was ordered to complete a drug and alcohol treatment program if deemed necessary by his probation officer, to submit to periodic tests and searches and to stay out of Fred Meyer stores. He took a $400 saw June 12 from a car parked in the 3700 block of Silverton Road NE and shoplifted 17 pairs of leans worth $300 July 13 from Fred Meyer North. Also placed on five years probation was Jesus Ochoa. 22, of 3305 Portland Road NE, who was found guilty Aug. 12 of possession of a controlled substance, involving a small amount of heroin allegedly found at his home May 19 by police serving a warrant. He was ordered to submit to periodic tests and searches. Pre-sentence investigations were ordered for four others who pleaded guilty to charges: Tamara Marie Layton, 23. of 818 25th St. SE, charged with forgery, involving a stolen $20 check passed Feb 6 at Jack's IGA, 301 1 Market St. NE. Kenneth Edward Taylor, 19, Portland, charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle. He was Involved in a traffic accident April 15 at N. Second and Jefferson streets in Silverton while driving a car reported stolen in Portland Janet Rebecca Balzar, 23. of 2469 Lee St. SE, charged with forgery. She forged a neighbor's name to her savings account withdrawal slips to get $150 from the U. S. National Bank, 3955 Center St. NE, on April 4. Michael Wayne Neal, 23, of 2599 12th St. SE, charged with forgery, involving a July 10 incident at Oly s Union 76 station, 3883 Commercial St. SE. He tried to pay for gas with a bogus $20 bill. The corners of a $1 bill had been covered with the corners from $20 bills. Continued for trials were the cases of six others who pleaded innocent to charges: Eddie Collins Hedrick. 18. no address listed, who faces two charges of attempted rape and one of burglary. He is accused of taking a cassette radio from an acquaintance s home Aug. 6 and of attacking her retarded daughter Aug. 17. Michael D. Wilhite. 22, of 1875 Beace St. NE, who faces two charges ot rape, involving alleged incidents April 23 with a 15 year-old Salem acquaintance. was $7,500 but Hoag had actually hit a $25,000 slot, Davey said. The corrected amount also boosts the prize awarded to her spin pals from $300 to $1,000. Davey said the force of Hoag's spin apparently dislodged a pin holding the wheel's face in place, causing the outer portion to move slightly faster than the inner part. The inner and outer parts of the wheel are regularly tested and checked for synchronization following each spin. There have been no other problems with the jackpot wheel since the lottery started in April 1985, he said. Rand W. Herrmann Rand W. Herrmann, 72, of Salem, died Tuesday. He was born in Lake Charles, La., and moved to Salem in 1956. He directed the printing department for the Salem School District until retiring in 1974. Surviving is his daughter, Helen Spivak, Atlanta, Ga. V Bind W. Herrmann Services will be at 3 p.m. Friday at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Contributions may be made to Atlanta Birthright Inc., P.O. Box 98361, Atlanta, Ga., 30359. Mattie Keene Mattie Keene, 85, of Salem, died Thursday. She was born in Fargo, N.D., and has lived in Salem since 1902. She was a member of St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church and a 50-year-mem-ber of Macleay Grange. Surviving are her daughter, Geral-dine Pilling, Millbrae, Calif.; son, Ronald Keene, West Lafayette, Ind.; and brother, Howard Gilbert, Aumsville. Mass will be at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at Queen of Peace Catholic Church, with interment in Belcrest Memorial Park. The casket will be open from noon to 8 p.m. Sunday and 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday at Virgil T. Golden mortuary. Contributions may be made to the Queen of Peace Catholic Church school scholarship fund. Eileen K. Royce Eileen K. Royce, 69, of Salem, died Thursday. She was born in Deadwood, S.D., and moved to Salem from Sitka, Alaska, in 1974. She was a physical therapist and a member of the Sitka Community Theatre and the Emblem Club of Lady Elks in Sitka, Alaska. Survivors include her husband, Will, Salem; sons, Stanley Filler, Sitka, William, Anchorage, Alaska, Richard, Milwaukie; sister, Marilyn Kirkwood, Valley, Neb.; and brother, Stanley Gil-man, Pasadena, Calif. Visitations will be from 7 to 8 p.m. Saturday at Barrick mortuary. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Howell Prairie cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Oregon Lung Association. Kenneth Phillip Cohen, 47, of 745 Stewart Ave. NE, and Steven Carl Fox, 25. of 3791 12th St. SE, charged with attempted compelling prostitution, allegedly involving Aug. 22 incidents that started in the parking lot of a Salem convenience store. A 17-year-old boy and a 17-year-old girl told police two men got into their car, demanded drugs and forced them to drive around. Then they offered $100 and tried to convince the boy to sell the girl for sex, police said. The men ultimately exited the car at a downtown bar, where they later were arrested by police, officers said. Daniel Kevin Morgan, 18, of 3942 Ward Drive NE, charged with robbery. He is accused of threatening a clerk with a knife Aug. 25 and fleeing with $89 and a carton of cigarettes from Plaid Pantry, 3105 River Road S. Police said Morgan was arrested when two motorists in the parking lot at Plaid Pantry chased a motorcyclist south on River Road. The suspect eventually was forced to stop and held until officers arrived. Michelle L. Young, 23, of 3916 Sunset Hills Road SE, Turner, who faces two charges of manufacture and two of possession of a controlled substance. Deputies serving a warrant at her home Aug. 15 said they dismantled and seized a methamphetamine laboratory and confiscated 14 marijuana plants and 18 plant starts. Alarms The following emergency runs were made by Salem-area fire departments in the period ending at 6 p.m. Friday: SALEM AND KEIZER Thursday 5:57 p.m. medical aid, 200 Glen Creek Road NW, treated at scene. 6:02 p.m. medical aid, 2600 Center St. NE, transported. 8:09 p.m. burning complaint, Fabry Road SE and Reed Lane, investigated. 8.14 p.m. structure fire, 200 Doaks Ferry Road NW, extinguished. 9:42 p m. medical aid, 2600 Center St. NE, transported. 10:22 p.m. medical aid, 709 Cottage St. NE. investigated. 11:03 p.m. medical aid, 1885 Lansing Ave. NE. investigated. Friday 1:12 a m. medical aid, 100 Commercial St. NE, transported. 3:24 a m. medical aid, 3756 Clearview Court NE, investigated. 4:05 a.m. medical aid, Madrona Avenue SE and Pringle Road, transported. 7:30 a m. injury acident, Lansing Avenue NE and Silverton Road, investigated. 7:54 am iniury accident. Highway 22 SE and Interstate 5, treated at scene. 8 50 a m. medical aid, 152 Rosemont Ave. NW, transported. 9:22 a m. medical aid, 470 Locust St. NE, transported 10:13 a m. iniury accident, Marion and 12th streets NE, transported. Washington State will divest of stocks PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) -Washington State University's Board of Regents voted 5-3 Friday to dump $2 million worth of stocks in companies that do business with South Africa. The action is to protest South Africa's policy of racial segregation known as apartheid. Stocks will be sold beginning in July 1987. Total divestiture will be completed by June 1988. WSU President Sam Smith called the divestiture "a major commitment to the future." Smith said the university would immediately begin planning the format for divestiture. Catherine Ashenberner Catherine Ashenberner, 84, of Salem, died Sunday, She was a native of Mount Angel and lived in Portland for 75 years. She moved to Salem in 1979. She was a Roman Catholic. Surviving are her daughters, Irene Hagan, Roy, Wash., Dorothy Henry, Salem, Clara Jordan, Gresham, and Elizabeth O'Daniels, Boring; sons, Melven, William and Michael, all of Portland, Robert, Medford, Charles, Minneapolis, Minn., and Richard, Prineville; sisters, Ann Agan and Agatha Knight, both of Portland, and Barbara Ross, Oakland, Calif.; and brother, Olvis Comely, Gladstone. Services were held in Portland, with interment in Lincoln Memorial Park. Contributions may be made to the American Heart Association. Alberta M. Nootbaar Alberta M. Nootbaar, 73, of Salem, died Thursday. She was born in Hendrickson, Mo., 1 and moved to Salem in 1979 from California. Surviving are her husband, George W. Sr., Salem; son, George W. Jr., Concord, Calif.; daughter, Lois M. Kirk, Salem; brothers, Paul W. Friday, Grandin, Mo., and Edmund H. Friday, Flat River, Mo.; sisters, Nina L. Moore, Emmett, Idaho, and Ina B. Sherman, Sparks, Nev. Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Keizer mortuary, with interment in City View Cemetery. The casket will be open from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday at the mortuary. Contributions may be made to the American Heart Association. William F. Bayles MOUNT ANGEL - William F. Bayles, 78, of Salem, died Friday. Services are pending at Restlawn mortuary. Olive H. Selin Olive H. Selin, 87, of Salem, died Thursday. She was born in Sunrise, Minn., and came to Salem from Montana in 1932. Survivors include her daughters, Eunice C. Perkins and Lois A. Seeds, both of Salem. Graveside services will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at Belcrest Memorial Park. The casket will be open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at Virgil T. Golden mortuary. 10:42 a.m. medical aid, 480 Center St. NE, transported. 11:42 a.m. car fire, 220 Water St. NE, extinguished. 1:13 p.m. structure fire, 2561 Center St. NE, investigated. 1:14 p.m. medical aid, 2600 Center St. NE, transported. 1:53 p.m. medical aid, 4076 Commercial St. SE. transported. 3:43 p.m. medical aid, 1675 Norway St. NE, transported. 4:23 p.m. fire alarm, 950 Mill St. SE, investigated. 4:42 p.m. medical aid, 5500 Turner Road SE, transported. 4:59 p.m. injury accident, Mill and 17th streets SE, action unclassified. 5:11 pm. car fire, 4035 12th St. SE, extinguished. 5:13 p.m. medical aid, 1800 Lancaster Drive NE. treated at scene. MARION COUNTY FIRE DISTRICT 1 Thursday 1 1 :05 p.m. medical aid, 3848 Ivy Way NE, transported. Friday 8:01 a.m. medical aid, 2975 Perkins St. NE, transported. 8:57 a.m. medical aid, Cordon and Hayesville roads NE, treated at scene. 3:25 p.m. medical aid, 5090 Auburn Road NE, transported. Courts Marion County CIRCUIT COURT PETITIONS FOR DIVORCE FILED: Candace Kay Scharfl and Kevin Dale Scharfl; Sally Kay Ziebell and Loren Allen Ziebell; Sandra F. Pleta and William H. Pleta; Lynn Ann Wilson and Kent J. Wilson; Anne Kathleen Peacock and Hazan Michael Peacock; Terry Smith and Junko June Smith; Dennis Alan Smith and Kathleen B. Smith; Betty Anna Kep-pinger and Ricky Kim Keppinger. DIVORCES GRANTED: Noreen H. Haltey and Michael 0. Halsey; Constance Shall Osterman and David Steven Osterman. Rodney Clayton Lewit and Karen Raid Lewis: Petition seeks divorce: divorce granted. Vivienne Finney vt. George Hall: Complaint charges false and defamatory statements, seeks $75,000 damages. June A. Bowarsoi vt. city ot Salem and others: Complaint dismissed with prejudice. Norman Soyster vt. Martin Culp: Complaint charges negligence in traffic accident on Commercial Street SE Oct. 23. 1984, seeks $150,000 general and $9,000 special damages for alleged injuries Kathryn L. Kindred vi. Billy Lee and Andrea L McCall: Plaintiff granted judgment of $10,476. Sieve Tracey vt. Robert L. Hayes: Complaint dismissed with prejudice. Thomat Tapp vt. Westell Communications Inc.: Plaintiff granted judgment of $4,818 Regents Edwin McWilliams and Scott Lukins, both of Spokane, and R. "Mac" Crow of Oakesdale voted against the measure, saying they feared divestiture would harm South African blacks more than help them. Railroad tries to stop hoboes from stopping VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) -Burlington Northern railroad crews have bulldozed a hobo jungle of bushes and blackberry vines and locked up old rail cars to drive transients out of a rail yard. "We've had a bulldozer working the last two weeks," Toy Washing-1 ton of the railroad said this week. Vancouver Police Lt. Mark Irwin Lucy Ellen Brown ALBANY - Lucy Ellen Brown, 76, of Albany, died Thursday. She was born in Elgin, Idaho, and came to Albany in 1978. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Albany Genealogical Society. She is survived by her husband, Dean; son, Hernan Christensen, Eureka, Calif.; daughters, Norma Ricker, Eldorado, Ark., Galene Martin, Groveland, Calif., Mary Lou Slocum, McKinleyville, Calif., and Lottie Min-nick, Albany. Visitation will be Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Sunday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at AAsum mortuary. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Albany. Interment will be at Willamette Memorial Cemetery. Freacher Coleman ALBANY Graveside services will be at 3 p.m. today at Willamette Memorial Park cemetery for Freacher Coleman, 51, of Albany, who died Wednesday. He was born at New Albany, Miss., and had lived in Albany for the past 30 years. He was an auto mechanic. He is survived by sons, Eual Coleman, Wilsonville, Paul Coleman and Matthew Coleman, both of Albany, James Coleman and Frazer Coleman; brother, Bufford Coleman, Albany; sisters, Lillie Carr, Granada, Calif., Lottie Dooley, Wasco, Calif., Irene Dooley, Eugene, Christine Lehnherr, Dallas, Ore., Lentha Cline and Dorothy Arnold, both of Albany. Fisher mortuary is in charge of arrangements. Ruppert A. Ward LINCOLN CITY - Ruppert A. Ward, 72, of Lincoln City, died Thursday. He was born in Seattle and moved here from Brookings in December. He worked in a guard station for the U.S. Forest Service and did log scaling. He was a member of the Logging Scalers Association. Surviving are his wife, Agnes; son, Norman T. Ward, Cloverdale, Calif.; and daughter, Doreen Mai, Lincoln City. No public services will be held. Arrangements are by Pacific View mortuary. Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society or the charity of one's choice. Fred H. Stauffer Fred H. Stauffer, 81, of Salem, died Thursday. Arrangements are pending at Keizer mortuary, Keizer. Richard 0. Hartley vt. Kenneth A. and Sandra Owings: Complaint seeks $12,761 allegedly owed. Citizent Valley Bank vt. Richard A. Groesbeck and others: Complaint for mortgage foreclosure seeks $3,726 allegedly owed. Barbara Geyer vs. Allied Van Lines Inc. and Mac-Cosham Van Lines Ltd.: Complaint charges false representations in delivery contract, unlawful trade practice and negligence in delivery of goods, seeks $2,724 general and $20,000 punitive damages. State vs. Steven Carl Foi: Defendant pleads innocent on charge of attempted compelling prostitution. State vs. Eddie Collins Hedrick: Defendant pleads innocent on two charges of attempted rape and one of burglary. State vt. Michael 0. Wilhite: Defendant pleads innocent on two charges of rape. State vs. Alfredo Floret Losoya: Defendant changes pleas to guilty on charges of driving while license suspended and driving under influence, imposition of sentence suspended by Judge Miller, fined $300, placed on three years probation provided serve 14 days at restitution center. Stale vt. Cory Ray Anderton: Defendant pleads innocent on charge of driving while license suspended. State vt. Charlet David Christolerson: Defendant pleads innocent on charge of driving while license revoked. State vs. Kenneth Phillip Cohen: Defendant pleads innocent on charge of attempted compelling prostitution. State vs. Eric Todd Harris: Defendant pleads innocent on charge of driving while license revoked. State vs. Daniel Gene Keidatz: Defendant pleads innocent on charge of manufacture of controlled substance. State vs. Daniel Kevin Morgan: Defendant pleads innocent on charge of robbery. State vs. Thomas Leroy Moorhead: Defendant pleads innocent on charge of driving while license revoked. Slate vs. Damon Matthew Taylor Defendant pleads innocent on charge of possession of controlled substance. Slate vs. Michelle L. Young: Defendant pleads innocent on two charges each of possession and manufacturing of controlled substance. State vs. Sherman Herbert Burleson: Defendant changes plea to guilty on charge of driving while license revoked, imposition of sentence suspended by Judge Miller, fined $300, placed on three years probation. Stale vs. Tamara Marie Layton: Defendant changes plea to guilty on charge of forgery. State vs. Michael Wayne Neal: Defendant pleads innocent on charge of forgery. Slate vs. Dennis Michael Wollersperger Defendant pleads guilty on charge of driving while license suspended, given suspended one-year jail sentence by Judge Miller, fined $300, placed on two years probation. State vs. Janet Rebecca Balzar: Defendant changes plea to guilty on charge of forgery. State vs. Kelly Dale Jensen: Defendant changes plea to guilty on charge of possession of controlled substance, fined $250 by Judge Miller, placed on three years probation. Stale vs. Gilbert Raymond Ropkins: Defendant pleads guilty on two charges of theft, imposition of sentence suspended by Judge Miller, placed on five told the committee hobos had been more aggressive about panhandling in downtown Vancouver until several months ago. Fog hampers search for missing shrimper BANDON (AP) - Dense fog off the Northern California coast Friday hampered the Coast Guard's aerial search for an Oregon shrimp boat with five aboard. The Astoria-based Liebling has been missing since Aug. 28, when it failed to rendezvous with other shrimp boats near Cape Blanco. The Coast Guard used a Falcon jet based in Sacramento, Calif., to search part of a 10,500-square-mile area about 120 miles to sea from Eureka to Point Arena, Calif., said N Sallie B. Bradley ALBANY - Sallie B. Bradley, 86, of Albany, died Friday. She was born in Austin, Texas, and moved to Albany in 1936 from Oklahoma. She worked at the Maryanna Bakery in the 1960s and later for a cannery until she retired. She was a member of the Church of Christ in Albany. Survivors include daughters, Margaret Benson and Ella Lea Ross, both of Vancouver, Wash.; a son, Nolan Bradley, Yuba City, Calif.; and brother, Jack Franklin of Cordell, Okla. Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Fisher mortuary with interment following at Waverly cemetery, Albany. Sidney Cadman SILVERTON - Sidney Cadman, 68, of Silverton, died Tuesday. He was a native of Coquille who farmed in Langlois before retiring and moving to Silverton two years ago. He was a member of the Silverton Singles Club. Surviving is his son, David Cadman, North Bend; daughter, Peggy Barring-ton, Coos Bay; and mother, Letitia Cadman, Silverton. Services will be 1 p.m. today at Myrtle Crest Memorial Gardens, Coquille, under the direction of North Bend Chapel. Contributions may be made to Lifeline at the Silverton Hospital or to the Silverton Singles Club. Funerals today AMORT, Doris, 81, San Diego, Calif., 11 a.m., St. Joseph Catholic Church, Salem. CADMAN, Sidney, 68, Silverton, 1 p.m., Myrtle Crest Memorial Gardens, Coquille. COLEMAN, Freacher, 51, Albany, 3 p.m. Willamette Memorial Park cemetery, Albany. DOUGLAS, Ruth J., 88, Portland, 1 p.m., Ross Hollywood mortuary, Portland. JOHNSON, William W., 54, McMinnville, 1 1 a.m., Macy & Son mortuary, McMinnville. LANCASTER, Christopher A. and Jeremy T., Corvallis, 10 a.m., Oaklawn Cemetery, Corvallis. MOFFAT, Roger W., 27, Albany, 2 p.m., Eastside Christian Church, Albany. SINCLAIRE, William E., 78, Salem, 3:30 p.m., Virgil T. Golden mortuary. SPRADLING, Beatrice Helen, 70, Salem, 3 p.m., Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary. RUFF, Joseph Peter, 83, Sheridan, 10 a.m., Good Shepherd Catholic Church, Sheridan. WOOD, Doris C, 56, Salem, 1:30 p.m., Virgil T. Golden mortuary. years probation. Slate vs. Julie Ann Cochell: Imposition of sentence suspended by Judge Miller on charge of hindering prosecution, placed on one year probation. Slate vs. Gary Paul Emerine: Imposition of sentence suspended by Judge Miller on charges of driving while license revoked and driving under influence, fined $300, placed on three years probation. State vs. Kenneth E. Taylor: Defendant changes plea to guilty on charge of unauthorized use of vehicle. State vs. Jesus Ochoa: Imposition of sentence suspended by Judge Miller on charge of possession of controlled substance, defendant placed on five years probation. State vt. Helen Ruth Johnson: Defendant found guilty by Judge Barber of possession of controlled substance, imposition of sentence suspended by Judge Barber, placed on three years probation. State vs. James R. Partin: Charges of burglary and theft dismissed. PROBATES ' Janet Elizabeth Miller: Will admitted to probate, Ray Maurice Miller appointed representative. Walter John Davies: Final account approved. Coressa Ida Mercereaa: Final account approved. Travis Cassidy Bamard: Will admitted to probate, Sally Kuhl appointed representative. Albert Edward Roth: Will admitted to probate, Ar-lyce Homstad appointed representative. Francis L. Feeney: Final account approved. MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS Robert George Goetz, 32, 520 Young St., Wood-burn, glazier, and Karla Kaylene Ruebesam, 25, 1 132B Orchard Court N. psychiatric aide. Darron Todd Mumey, 17, 40739 Oueener Drive, Scio, shoe repairman, and Karen Kay Anderson, 18, 3088 Lakeview Drive NW, lifeguardswim instructor. Michael Joseph Bizon, 32, 17620 Boones Ferry Road. Hubbard, letter carrier, and Kelly Lae West-colt, 27, 17620 Boones Ferry Road, Hubbard, receptionist William Everett Paszco III. 24. 2799 Wallace Road NW, manager, and Mary Frances Workman, 23, 2799 Wallace Road NW, certified nurse aide. Clarence Raymond McKinley, 37, 280 S. Warren St., Monmouth, logger, and Margaret Louisa Stal-lord. 42. 1257 16th St. SE, bartender. Stephen Clark Brown III. 31. 2348 74th Ave. SE, civil engineer, and Margaral Joan Smith, 32. 1195 Clearview Drive NE, nurse. Kevin Kenneth Frazer, 28, 4764 RayBell Road NE. St. Paul, postal service, and Mariana Carol Coleman, 32, 4764 RayBell Road NE, St. Paul, beautician. Thomas Clilford Sites. 40, Eugene, mental health, and Michiko Kotanl, 23. Eugene, student. William Scott Davis, 26. 1280 NW 17th St., Corvallis. engineer, and Elizabeth Mors, 25, 3795 Saxon Drive S. nurse. Jose Alfredo Bernudez, 21, 180 Garland Way NE, cook and dishwasher, and Reyna Clotilda Avilas, 28, 180 Garland Way NE.cook. Harold Keith Williamson, 33. Sacramento, Calif., computer systems engineer, and Laura Ann Hoover, 26. Sacramento, Calif., social worker. Spencer Anthony Headley. 39, Salem. Department of Corrections, and Barbara Anns Atkins, 40, Salem, girl scout professional. Robert Edward King. 21, 9874 Golf Club Road, Stavton. Norbest Turkeys, and Sherl Lynn Briley, 20, 3242 Chester Lane, Jefferson. Coast Guard spokesman Mark Yost in Seattle, where the search is being coordinated. Yost said the Coast Guard plans to resume the aerial search today with the jet and a helicopter. Radar makes a search through fog possible, but pilots have no way of identifying the Liebling from a blip on a screen, said Lou Parris, another Coast Guard spokesman. An initial Coast Guard search was halted Monday, but resumed Thursday at the urging of senators and congressmen from Oregon, California and Montana. Aboard the 80-foot vessel were owner Dale Dixson, 40, of Hammond; his three sons. Rusty, 18, Jason, 15, and Caleb, 8, all of Crescent City, Calif.; and crewman Mike Goergen, 25, of Brookings.

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