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THE SALINA JOURNAL NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1996 A7 DEATHS & FUNERALS 'Everett Martin Champ JUNCTION CITY — Everett 'Martin Champ, 83, Junction City, died Sunday, Sept. 29, 1996, at St. Luke Hospital, Marion. Mr. Champ was born June 17, •1913, at Junction City and was a lifelong resident. He had worked Jin road construction. • ' His wife, Lois May, died in 1988. Survivors include a son, Kevin Beecroft of Junction City; a daughter, Rhonda Holub of Mari•Sh; four brothers, Gene, Emil, Wallace "Ed" and Melvin .Clarence, all of Junction City; a sister, Mary Ann Thompson of ; fed Oak, Iowa; and four grandchildren. A graveside service will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in Highland Ceme- ,tery, Junction City, the Rev. Darel Boston officiating. •^ Memorials may be made to St. T?ude Children's Hospital. I' Visitation will be from 7 to 9 .fo.m. Wednesday at Mass-Hinett- :§lexander Funeral Home, 618 N. -Jefferson, Junction City. Zeiner Funeral Home, 205 Elm, Marion 66861, is handling arrangements in Marion. Geneva L. Collins .- Geneva L. Collins, 83, Salina, died Sunday, Sept. 29,1996, at Salina Regional Health Center. Mrs. Collins was born Geneva L. Hall on Oct. 20, 1912, at Salina and was a lifelong resident. She was a homemaker and member of Grand Avenue Methodist Church. Her husband, Leonard, died in 1959. Survivors include a son, Alvin of Salina; and a brother, Eugene Baer of Salina. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Roselawn Heights Memorial Chapel, 1920 E. Crawford, the Rev. Rick Just officiating. Burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Park. q Memorials may be made to &rand Avenue Methodist Church or Diabetes Association. e Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday at the chapel. Roselawn Mortuary, Salina 67401, is handling arrangements. Prairie / Cello reveals emotions MRS. COLLINS SAUNA Geneva L Collins , Phyllis Jean Gswtth KANSAS .„. ' Margaret Cotter , BELOIT — Margaret Cotter, 72, |eloit, died Sunday, Sept. 29,1996, at Mitchell County Hospital, Be- fbit. " Miss Cotter was born March 3, {924, at Beloit and was a lifelong resident. She was a registered nurse arid a member of St. John's Catholic Church and Ladies §uild, both of Beloit. * Survivors include a brother, John Cotter, and a sister, Louise Cotter, both of Beloit. " The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. John's Catholic Church, the Rev. Henry Baxa offi- diating. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. 5 A rosary will be said at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Harrison Funeral dome. * Memorials may be made to the Church memorial trust fund. " Visitation will be at the funeral home, 302 N. Hersey, Beloit 67420. fr 1 Francis C. Dillon GLASCO — Francis C. Dillon, ,g8, Glascp, died Monday, Sept. 30, '1996, at Mitchell County Hospital, 'Beloit. ', Dean Funeral Home, Glasco, is |; ;handling arrangements. 1 1 Phyllis Jean Gawith ' Phyllis Jean Gawith, 67, Salina, ;'died Sunday, Sept. 29, 1996, at jShalimar Health Center, Salina. : { Mrs. Gawith was born Phyllis IjJean Marr on Sept. 24, 1929, at iArkansas City and was a resident ;Jof Salina for three years, moving From Hope. She was a homemaker ;and member of the Christian 'Church. Her husband, Okla, died in 1993. Survivors include two sons, | ^Robert of Cathlamet, Wash., and I'Barry of Oklahoma City, Okla.; a ^daughter, Beverly Hiner of Salina; '.'a brother, Raymond Marr of San ''Francisco; two sisters, Twila 'Swynenderg of Oakland, Calif., .and Wanda Mason of Denver; ..eight grandchildren; and four | Jgreat-grandchildren. .; The service will be at 2 p.m. 'Thursday in Delphos Cemetery, •the Rev! John Daly officiating. \ Memorials may be made to Sali- Jna Hospice. . •; Visitation will be at Phelps Fu- meral Home, 217 W. First, Milton- Jvaie 674.66. ;* jLila Lee Langerman j DENVER — Lila Lee Langer|;*man, 60, Denver, died Friday, | JSept. 27,1996, at her home. * Mrs. Langerman was born Lila ;Lee Nelson on Jan. 13, 1936, at jLindsborg, Kan. She was a registered nurse and member of Linds- Ittborg First Baptist Church. Survivors include a son, Dr. R.J. Jof Oklahoma City; her mother, jViptoria Nelson of Longmont; two BELLEVILLE: Emma), Makalous BELOIT: Margaret Cotter GLASCO: Francis C.Dillon ' HAVILANO: Kenneth Leroy Worctefi JUNCTION CITY: Everett Martin ,, Champ MILTONVALE: Daniel R Petzold STOCKTON: John B. Smith WINDOM; Frank Q. *Duke" Stetner OUtOFSTAte . / Lila Lee Lahgerman, Denver Richard B. "Dick* Shlllcutt, Kissed Mills, Mo. > , ,' , brothers, Marlin Nelson of Ralston, Neb., and Dennis Nelson of Longmont. No service was held. The body was donated to medical science. Memorials may be made to the church. Hays Funeral Home, Washington and Lincoln Streets, Lindsborg 67456, handled arrangements. Emma I. Makalous BELLEVILLE — Emma I. Makalous, 96, Belleville, died Monday, Sept. 30, 1996, at Lutheran Home, Belleville. Mrs. Makalous was born Emma I. Print on Aug. 31, 1900, at Belleville and was a lifelong resident of the area. She was a retired teacher and homemaker. She was a member of Belleville Central Christian Church, Lydia Circle, Retired Teachers Association and Delta Kappa Gamma. She was preceded in death by her husband, Fred, in 1992 and a daughter, Mary Frances Snapp, in 1993. Survivors include a brother, Kenneth Print of Belleville; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; an,d two great-great- grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Belleville Central Christian Church, Robert Hovorka officiating. Burial will be in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, rural Belleville. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. today and Wednesday at Bachelor-Faulkner-Dart-Surber Funeral Home, 1329 19th, Belleville 66935. Daniel F. Petzold MILTONVALE — Daniel F. Petzold, 73, Miltonvale, died Sunday, Sept. 29,1996, at Clay County Hospital, Clay Center. Mr. Petzold was born May 11, 1923, at Speed and was a resident of Miltonvale for nine years, moving from Phillipsburg. He was a World War II Army veteran and a retired crane operator. He was a member of the American Legion, Agra, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Phillipsburg, Disabled American Veterans, Clay Center, and Concordia Moose Lodge. Survivors include his wife, Lorena of the home; three sons, Daniel Jr. of Hutchinson, Randy of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Ronnie of 'Edmond, Okla.; two daughters, Robin Post of Loveland, Colo., and Rhonda Griffith of Livingston, Mont.; a stepdaughter, Linda Simpson of Concordia; nine grandchildren; seven stepgrand- children; and four stepgreat- grandchildren. An inurnment service will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Miltonvale Cemetery, the Rev. Ernest Foster officiating. Memorials may be made to the Lung Association. The body was cremated. Phelps Funeral Home, 217 W. First, Miltonvale 67466, is handling arrangements. Richard B. "Dick" Shillcutt KISSEE MILLS, Mo. — Richard B. "Dick" Shillcutt, 81, Kissee Mills, died Saturday, Sept. 28, 1996, at his home. Mr. Shillcutt was a resident of Kissee Mills since 1978, moving from Springfield. He was a locomotive engineer for 47 years for the Frisco Railroad, retiring in 1978. He was a member of Springfield Senior Golf Association. Survivors include his wife, Elizabeth; two sons, Richard of Salina, Kan., and Charles of Salem, Ore.; four daughters, Joyce Hall of Kissee Mills, Nancy Blancett of Pittsburg, Kan., Brenda Sparkman of Battlefield and Debbie Brake of Nixa; a brother, Joe of Lancaster, Calif.; 22 grandchildren; and 26 great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Whelchel Funeral Chapel, E. Highway 160, Box 425, Forsyth 65653, A.L. Foat officiating. Inurnment will be later. Visitation will be from 7 to 8 p.m. today at the chapel. John B, Smith STOCKTON — John B. Smith, 88, Stockton, died Saturday, Sept. 28,1996, at Solomon Valley Manor, Stockton. Mr. Smith was born Sept. 11, 1908, at Stockton. He had owned Smith Funeral Home for 50 years and owned Smith Store in Stockton. He was a deacon and member of the Congregational Church, received a 50-year Rotary Club pin, was past secretary and president of the Stockton Chamber of Commerce, served on the Stockton School Board, Stockton Low-Rent Housing Board and was secretary of the Frank Walker Museum, Stockton. He was a past president and member of the Kansas Funeral Directors Association, served two terms on the Kansas State Board of Mortuary Arts and was a past member of the National Fu : neral Directors Association. Survivors include his wife, Roma of Stockton; a son, Bruce of Eugene, Ore.; a daughter, Martha Lewis of Atlanta, Ga.; and five grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Smith-Moore- Overlease Funeral Home, Stockton, the Rev. Jane Ireland officiating. Burial will be in Stockton Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the church. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. today and after 9 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home, 723 N. First, Stockton 67669. Frank G. "Duke" Steiner WINDOM — Frank G. "Duke" Steiner, 64, Windom, died Sunday, Sept. 29, 1996, at Via Christi Regional Medical Center, Wichita. Mr. Steiner was born April 22, 1932, at Black Wolf and was a resident of Windom since 1982, moving from McPherson. He was a retired elevator operator for Cargill- Nutrena Feeds in McPherson. Survivors include his wife, Mary of the home; two daughters, Valerie Donham and Mary Larabee, both of McPherson; three stepsons, Alan Wood of Las Vegas, Arlen Wood of McPherson and Randy Wood of Platte City, Mo.; two stepdaughters, Cheryl Swapp of St. George, Utah, and Crystal Morris of Frankfurt, Ohio; two brothers, Everett of Bucksport, Maine, and Clayton of Great Bend; and a sister, Joyce Brown of Citrus Heights, Calif. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Ball & Son Funeral Home, McPherson, the Rev. David Kendall officiating. Burial will be in Windom Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Frank Steiner Memorial Fund in care of Peoples Bank, 101 S. Main, McPherson. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home, 205 N. Chestnut, McPherson 67460. Kenneth Leroy Worden HAVILAND — Kenneth Leroy Worden, 84, Haviland, died Monday, Sept. 30,1996, at Pratt Regional Medical Center. Mr. Worden was born Feb. 29, 1912, near Alton and was a resident of Haviland since 1984, moving from Osborne County. He farmed in Osborne County, retiring in 1983. He was a member of Haviland Friends Church and Friendship Sunday School class. His wife, Retha Fern, died on Sept. 16,1996. Survivors include four sons, Terry of West Palm Beach, Fla., Gary of Haviland, Kenneth Lynn of Fresno, Calif., and Keith of Rowland Heights, Calif.; a brother, Myron of Friendswood, Texas; a sister, Muriel Ellis of Hugoton; 10 grandchildren; and 12 'great- grandchildren. A memorial service will be at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Fleener Chapel, Greensburg, the Rev. David Robinson and Dr. Robin Johnston officiating. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Mount Ayre Friends Church, near Alton, the Revs. Homer Smuck and David Robinson officiating. Burial will be in Mount Ayre Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Barclay College, Haviland Friends Church or Pleasant Plain United Methodist Church in care of the funeral home, 200 N. Main, Box 426, Greensburg 67054. Visitation will be from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Fleener Chapel. lowan may have baby By The Associated Press KEOKUK, Iowa — A woman who pretended for months that she was pregnant allegedly lured a new mother to her home, shot her twice in the head and then hid the body in her basement, passing the boy off as her own. Prosecutors charged Kimmi Hardy with first-degree murder on Monday, saying she bought a gun a month before the slaying, wore maternity clothes for about five months, and even held a baby shower after the killing. Robert Hardy, 36, who prosecutors plan to charge as an accessory, told police his wife shot Theresa Lund, 34, a month ago in their basement and hid the body in a crawl space, according to court papers filed Monday. FROM PAGE A1 visit this week are supported by the Land Institute and the Salina Arts and Humanities Commission. "I have the main themes," Friesen said of his work. "I still have to figure'out how they will be woven together." When he's not working on the piece, Friesen will be busy as "Cello Man," a performance of stories, anecdotes, poems and songs using masks and innovative cello techniques. He is making a video tape this fall and an album. The recordings will probably result in more invitations for performances. Friesen performed Monday at Meadowlark Ridge Elementary School, 2200 Glen, and Sunset Elementary School, 1510 W. Republic. Friesen uses masks belonging to his friend Rob Faust, who has a mask theater in New York. He was in Faust's studio trying on masks when he came up with the idea to use them with his cello. As an actor, Friesen takes on the character of the mask he V CRIME KELLY PRESNELL/The Salina Journal Eugene Friesen ponders a student's suggestion during his performance Monday at Sunset Elementary School In Salina wears as he talks to the students. As a musician, he reveals the character's emotions and personality on his cello. "The cello or any instrument is a vehicle for the personality," Friesen said. Through the music he can reach the students. "The music helps you "understand the words," he said. "You hear words all day long and you can become immune to them." But music can bring new passion to those words, he said. "It can awaken the deeper listener so the heart and soul can listen," he said. Store robbery suspect nabbed Man armed with pair of scissors holds up convenience store By SHARON MONTAGUE Tlie Salina Journal A robber armed with a pair of scissors made off with about $200 from Kwik Shop, 1121 W. Cloud, early Sunday after dragging a clerk outside. Two hours later, a man matching the robber's description was stopped by police in Hesston. Arrested was Albert D. Lewis, 31,745 Willow, who faces charges of aggravated robbery and aggravated kidnapping. T PERSIAN GULF WAR Assistant Police Chief Glen Kochanowski said a clerk was working inside the store when a man entered. The man took a pair of scissors off a counter, grabbed the clerk from behind and held the scissors to his back, Kochanowski said. A woman walked into the store and tried to run out again when she discovered what was happening, Kochanowski said, but the robber ordered her to stay and to give him her money. Kochanowski said the robber reached into the woman's pocket and took a quarter. He then ordered the clerk to open the cash register and give him money. While inside, the robber also took two packages of Camel ciga- rettes, Kochanowski said. Still holding the clerk around the neck, the robber forced him outside and told him to lie down on the pavement until he left, Kochanowski said. Police issued a statewide alert, describing the suspect and the black sports car he was driving, Kochanowski said. At 6 a.m., Hesston police notified Salina police they had located a man matching the description. Kochanowski said the man's car had run out of gas. Salina police drove to Hesston and arrested Lewis, Kochanowski said. Another person who was with Lewis was not arrested, he said. Pentagon denies nerve gas story Newspaper: Generals told troops not to worry about nerve gas reports By The Associated Press WASHINGTON — The Pentagon said Monday there is "no basis" for a report that Desert Storm commanders — protected at their own headquarters — told troops not to worry about reports of nerve gas on the battlefield. The Birmingham News, in a report Sunday, cited log reports compiled for Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf at his headquarters in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to assess the threat of chemical weapons in the 1991 war against Iraq. The news report said U.S. commanders "sealed themselves into protective shelters in the opening days of the Persian Gulf War, and told troops to disregard repeated warnings that a toxic cloud from bombed chemical munitions was descending upon them." Some of the logs in question, made available to reporters at the Pentagon, refer to reports on Jan. 19 from Saudi soldiers near the border with Iraq "that a cloud of smoke is coming that way ... from CB (chemical-biological) targets." They also refer to several reports from Czech units of possible low- level mustard exposure. On Jan. 23, one log listing refers to Air Force officials reporting "yet another Czech unit chemical report. Their people in the same area checked it out and found nothing." The officer filling out the log added, "Told them to disregard any reports coming from Czechs." "We have reviewed the logs in question and find no basis for the reporter's conclusion that commanders sheltered themselves while ordering troops to disregard reports of a toxic cloud," said a statement issued Monday at the Pentagon. The logs do refer to a number of reports of possible chemical activity at a time that U.S. forces were bombing sites in Iraq. Iraqi forces were widely believed at the time to have chemical weapons in their possession. STUDENT ACHIEVERS Central debaters finish well Debaters from Salina Central High School captured first and second place in overall sweepstakes at tournaments this weekend. Central debaters finished second overall at a tournament at Derby High School and first place in a novice tournament at Chaparral High School. At Derby, Central's debaters won first in sweepstakes for the novice division. Individual teams that placed were Sara Martin and Erin Elwick, second open division; Wes Siebert and Monica Balser, third open division; Athena Bonilla and Dini Richards, fifth novice division; Mary Long and Scott McKenzie, seventh novice division; and J.J. Hearne and Amy Mattson, eighth novice division. The other team competing in the novice division helping to earn the first place novice finish was Casey Moose and Abby Porter. The debaters on other teams contributing to the overall second place finish were Justin Meier, Sarah Briggs, Corey Scheck and Dan Walker. At Chaparral, the team of Sherry Bassett and Jordan Wagner took first place and the team John O'Hara and Ben Alsop won third. Other debaters at the tournament earning sweepstake points were Matt Baxa, Amanda Ediger, Karl Schwartz and Jason Sanchez. At a third tournament, Central debaters Joe Sanders and Sarah Schatz took ninth. The tournament was at the Sumner Academy in Kansas City. 7 Salina students commended Seven high school seniors in the Salina School District have been named "commended students" in the National Merit Scholarship Program. The honor is given to about 35,000 students who placed among the top five percent of more than a million students who took the per- liminary qualifying test. The students from Salina South High School are David Bacon, son of Jerry and Kerry Bacon; Micah Catlin, son of Michael Catlin and Cindy Catlin; Nichole Hamel, daughter of Marvin and Toni Hamel; and Abby Snavely, daughter of Rex and Cindy Snavely. Commended students at Salina Central High School are Anna Behle, daughter of Paul and Barbara Behle; Matthew Davis, son of Glenn and Rhonda Davis; and Heather Herrman, daugther of Frank and Alice Herrman. Three students have been named finalists in the program. They are Daniel Divilbiss, a Central senior and son of Dave and Rosemary Divilbiss; David Green, a South senior, son of Roger and Margaret Duell; and Caleb Lucas, another South senior, son of Jo Lane Williams. ON THE RECORD Hospital report Salina Regional Health Center PENN ADMISSIONS — Ruth E. Sisler, Salina; Barbara D. Foote, Ellsworth. SANTA FE ADMISSIONS — Robert W. Gillham, Thomas R. Goding, Gertrude E. "Moll/' Goure, Vicki Miser, Clifton C. Pope, Robin Roets and Sherry A. Vessey, all of Salina; Barbara Kuhlmann, Smith Center. DISMISSALS — Georgia A. Butler and Michelle R. Bachamp, both of Salina; Richard J. Gotschall, Beloit; H. Ray Phelps, Miltonvale. Births GIRLS: Leigh C. Kershaw, Salina, 6 Ibs. 14 ozs., born Sept. 29. Vicki Miser, Salina, 7 Ibs. 3 ozs., born Sept. 30. PoHce blotter PROPERTY DAMAGE — Tires and other items belonging to EIDorado National damaged in the 400 block of North Fifth sometime before 2 p.m. Sunday; $700 damage. THEFT — Fishing reels, poles, tackle boxes and lures Belonging to Martin Hoppock taken between 6 p.m. Sept. 7 and 8:30 a.m. Sunday from 227 S. Fifth; $890 loss. District court CHARGED — James Wakely Williams, 40, 309 Market, charges of felony driving with a suspended license, illegal license tag and no proof of insurance in connection with a traffic stop Sept. 21 in the 100 block of East North Street. Robin Wayne Giauque, 32, 5820 W. Crawford, charge of unlawfully operating a motor vehicle in connection with a traffic stop Sept. 27 at Interstate 135 north on-ramp at Schilling Road. rectly stated the time authorities discovered a car crash east of Ionia that killed Clyde Wilson, 71, Ionia. The wreckage was discovered at about 11:30 a.m. Saturday. Authorities don't know exactly when the crash occurred. TODAY'S SCRIPTURE "Thou hast also given me the shield of thy salvation: and thy gentleness hath mads me great." — II Samuel 22:36 A story in Sunday's edition incor- MONDAY'S PRAWHB DAILY PICK 3 5-0-0 LOTTERY SCENE Category 4866

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