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THE SALINA JOURNAL NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1996 A9 DEATHS & FUNERALS Martha Lois Adee WELLS — Martha Lois Adee, 82, Wells, died Wednesday, Oct. 9, 1996, at the Ottawa County Hospital, Minneapolis. Mrs. Adee was born Martha bois Scott on Nov. 12, 1913, at $akhill and was a lifelong resident of the Wells area. She was a jfarm wife and a member of Mount jiiberty United Methodist Church and Flower Circle, south of Mil- 'tonvale. She was preceded in death by two grandsons. Survivors include her husband, Blvin of the home; a son, Evan of Oakhill; a daughter, Zelda Merz of Atwood; a brother, Ernest Scott •Jr. of Miltonvale; two sisters, Edith Scott and Mary Scott, both of 881 S. 10th, Salina; seven grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. \ ." The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Sat- !drday at Phelps Funeral Home, ; Miltonvale, the Rev. Ernest Foster ; officiating. Burial will be in Miltonvale Cemetery. '. A memorial fund is to be established. Visitation will be at the funeral home, 217 W. First, Miltonvale 67466. : Lois L. Arnold i Lois L. Arnold, 87, Salina, died : Thursday, Oct. 10, 1996, at her ; home. Ryan Mortuary, Salina, is handling arrangements. Clarence G. Blackwill QUINTER — Clarence G. Blackwill, 82, Quinter, died Thursday, r&ct: io, 1996, at the Gove County •'Medical Center, Quinter. "* Mr. Blackwill was born Dec. 14, 1913, in Gove County, where he •was a resident most of his life. He iwas a retired farmer-stockman Jlnd owner and operator of Black- ^Jvill and Sons, retiring in 1986. He *was a member of the Church of ^Brethren and Senior Center, both "M Quinter. ™ He was preceded in death by his •first wife, Alice Geneva, in 1985 rand a son, Duane in 1993. $ Survivors include this wife, If uth Patsy "Lolley" of the home; a «eon, Floyd of Quinter; two daughters, Loretta Newport and Beverly Johnson, both of Independence, 3J10.; a stepson, Jarrell Webster of ^Stanton, Neb.; a stepdaughter, Ju- fii Tiller of Quinter; 15 grandchildren; five stepgrandchildren; 35 Hreat-grandchildren; and three ^reat-great-grandchildren. as The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Church of the !H>r.ethren, Quinter, the Rev. Leon Neh'er and Lay Minister Stan Smith officiating. Burial will be in Jpollyer City Cemetery. '* Memorials may be' made to «Quinter Senior Center or the 'church. ,-, Visitation will be from 2 to 9 :p.m. today at the Schmitt Funeral •pome, 901 S. Main, Quinter 67752. lrene C. Bondy u Irene C. Bondy, 78, 2160 Wesley, $ied Tuesday, Oct. 8,1996, at Ster- Jing, 111. •> Mrs. Bondy Jivas born Irene C. jSchneweis on jMay 18, 1918, at <!laflin and was a Resident of Sali&a since 1929, Coving from "Selden. She was a MDC RftMnv ft'omemaker and MRS ' BONDY I;K member of St. Mary's Catholic SALINA Lois L Arnold Irene C. Bondy Morris Favors Betty Jean Foth KANSAS CLAY CENTER! Luella M. Smtttl HAYS: Lloyd E. Dellett KENSINGTON: Larry Joe Wachs McPHERSON: Ralph D. Stewart OBERLIN: Russell W. Raulston QUINTER: Clarence G. Blackwill TOPEKA: Virginia Mary White WELLS: Martha Lois Adee MR. FAVORS Church, Guild, Our Ladies Circle, Catholic Daughters of America, St. John's Hospital Auxiliary, American Association of Retired Persons and Salina Occupational Center of Central Kansas. Her husband, Earl J., died in 1990. Survivors include four sons, Ray of Phoenix, Paul and Robert, both of Wichita, and Dr. John of Sterling, 111.; three daughters, Rose Booth of Kansas City, Kan., Geralyn Berquist of Martinez, Calif., and Lea Bondy Goldsmith of Ramsey, N.J.; four sisters, Mary Schneweis and Eunice Pennington, both of Wichita, Katherine O'Connor of Concordia and Cecelia Hemmerlein of Dubois, Ind.; six brothers, Clem Schneweis of San Luis Obispo, Calif., Rudie Schneweis of Columbus, Ga., Herman Schneweis of Baldwin, Miss., Frank Schneweis of Wichita, Herbert Schneweis and Norbert Schneweis, both of Salina; and four grandchildren. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, 230 E. Cloud, the Rev. Allen Scheer officiating. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery, Salina. A vigil will be at 6 p.m. today at the church. Memorials may be made to Kansas Alliance for the Mentally 111 or Hospice. Visitation will be at the Ryan Mortuary, 137 N. Eighth, Salina 67401. Lloyd E. Dellett HAYS — Lloyd E. DeUett, 64, Hays, died Wednesday, Oct. 9, 1996, at the Research Medical Center, Kansas City, Mo. Mr. Dellett was born Jan. 29, 1932, at Timken and was a resident of Hays since 1979, moving from Colorado. He was an Army veteran of the Korean War. He was a retired foreman for Murfin Oil Co. and a life member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Garden City. Survivors include a son, Kevin of Kansas City, Mo.; a daughter, Krista Brungardt of Bennett, Colo.; a brother, Lee of Rush Center; and two grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Brock's North Hill Chapel, Hays. Burial will be in Fort Hays Memorial Gardens with military rites by Hays Veterans of Foreign Wars. Memorials may be made to American Heart Association. Visitation will be after 9 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home, 2509 Vine St., Hays 67601. Morris Favors Morris Favors, 77, Salina, died Wednesday, Oct. 9, 1996, at the Kenwood View Nursing Home, Salina. Mr. Favors was born Feb. 24, 1919, at Emmett, Ark., and was a resident of Salina since 1946, moving from Texarkana, Ark. He was locomotive fireman for the Union Pacific Railroad for many years and owned and operated Favors Used Furniture Store in Salina, retiring in 1983. He was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Masonic Lodge 60, Isis Shrine and Salina Scottish Rite Consistory, all of Salina. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy M. of the home; a daughter, Deborah Redmond of Salina; a granddaughter; and two great- grandchildren. The funeral will be at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Immanuel Lutheran Church, 255 S. Seventh, the Rev. Loren Mai officiating. Burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Park. Memorials may be made to the church or American Cancer Society. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. today at the Ryan Mortuary, 137 N. Eighth, Salina 67401. Betty Jean Foth Betty Jean Foth, 62, 618 N. 12th, died Wednesday, Oct. 9, 1996, at the Salina Regional Health Center. Mrs. Foth was born Betty Jean Barton on July 5, 1934, at Arkansas City and returned to Salina in 1990, moving from Helena, Okla. She had been a waitress and cashier and was a member of the Salvation Army and Home League. She was preceded in death by her husband, Abraham Foth, in 1990; a daughter, Lois Ann Robertson; and a grandson. Survivors include four sons, Richard Wolf of California, Wayne Robertson of Benton, HI., Jack Robertson of Austin, Texas, and James Robertson of Abilene; three daughters, Barbara Whitaker of Salina, Luann Whitaker and Susan Robertson, both of Chanute; two sisters, Ruth Abrams of Culver and Lois Daniels of Tampa, Fla.; 14 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Salvation Army, 1137 N. Santa Fe, Lt. Paul Woodall officiating. Inurnment will be in Good-Hope Cemetery, Helena, Okla. There will be no visitation. Ryan Mortuary, 137 N. Eighth, Salina 67401, is handling arrangements. Russell W. Raulston OBERLIN — Russell W. Raulston, 86, Oberlin, died Thursday, Oct. 10, 1996, at the Decatur County Hospital, Oberlin. Mr. Raulston was born Oct. 18, 1909, at Breckenridge, Okla., and moved to Oberlin from the Lund area. He retired from farming in 1990. He was a member of the Lund Covenant Church, National Wheat Growers board and Decatur County Co-op board. He was preceded in death by a grandson. Survivors include his wife, Goldie of Oberlin; a son, Lemoin or South Carolina; a daughter, Leila Christensen of Australia; six grandchildren; and seven great- grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Pauls Funeral Home, Oberlin, the Rev. Craig Larson of- ficiating. Burial will be in Oberlin Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the charity of the donor's choice. Visitation will be from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. today and after 8 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home, 121 N. Penn, Oberlin 67749. Luella M. Smith CLAY CENTER — Luella M. Smith, 69, Clay Center, died Wednesday, Oct. 9, 1996, at her home. Mrs. Smith was born Luella M. Carlson on May 12, 1927, at Clay Center. She was a member of the First Baptist Church, Clay Center. Survivors include her husband, Cleo of Clay Center; three sons, Max of Clay Center, J.D. "Skip" of Salina and Brian of Manhattan; two daughters, Mickey Turnbull of Assaria and Kathy Knudson of Concordia; a brother, Floyd Carlson of Clay Center; two sisters, Marian Sanberg of Clay Center and Grace Loomis of St. Louis; a half brother, Noel Carlson of Clay Center; nine grandchildren; four stepgrandchildren; and 11 great- grandchildren. The service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in Greenwood Cemetery, Clay Center, the Rev. Daniel Kline officiating. Memorials, may be made to Meadowlark Hospice or First Baptist Church Organ Fund. Neill-Schwensen-Rook Funeral Home, 918 Seventh St., Clay Center 67432, is handling arrangements. Ralph D. Stewart McPHERSON — Ralph D. Stewart, 78, McPherson, died Thursday, Oct. 10, 1996, at the Via Christi Regional Medical Center, Wichita. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the First United Methodist Church, McPherson, the Rev. Robert Fleenor officiating. Burial will be in McPherson Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the church. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Glidden-Ediger Funeral Home, McPherson. Larry Joe Wachs KENSINGTON — Larry Joe Wachs, 53, Kensington, died Wednesday, Oct. 9,1996, at Prairie Haven Nursing Center, Kensington. Mr. Wachs was born Sept. 18, 1943, in Smith County and was a lifelong resident of the area. He was a member of the First St. John Lutheran Church, Kensington. Survivors include a brother, El Dean of Clinton, Mo.; and a sister, Ardyce Wiehl of Phillipsburg. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the First St. John Lutheran Church, Kensington, Pastor David Hutson officiating. Burial will be in Germantown Cemetery, Kensington. Memorials may be made to the church or American Cancer Society. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. today at Simmons Chapel, 117 N. Main, Kensington 66951, and an hour before the service Saturday at the church. Virginia Mary White TOPEKA — Virginia Mary White, 87, Topeka, died Thursday, Oct. 10,1996, at her home. Geisendorf-Rush Smith Funeral Home, Salina, is handling arrangements. Fish head Vandals / Area suffers rash of damage M i ' \*J jf,ROM PAGE A1 Si-ash can with smoldering mops. 1} "It was spooky," said Tread way, the executive director of the Central Kansas Council of Girl Scouts. "I was scared. I think they had iheir party and tried to clean it up with the inops." * One week later, a closer look revealed $700 worth of damage. Windows had been shot out. ;-A mattress had been slashed. « But the camp isn't the only property in the 'ftrea, east of North Ohio on the border of Saline «nd Ottawa counties, to face problems during ihe past two months. According to a property Manager and law officials, cattle-grazing land jpwned by six property owners near the area has faced extensive vandalism, including a possible arson that burned a garage — and 'Jhree vehicles — to the ground. Ji On Oct. 3, Saline County Rural Fire District *iSIo. 7 answered a grass fire call and found the turned building. Three cows also were shot "'and killed that same night. The Saline County '^Sheriffs Department is looking at the incident ;tes a suspicious fire. ««' Three men will be questioned Monday by ihe Ottawa County Sheriffs Department in Connection with the recent damage the area 3and Camp Sacajawea. ; * Treadway was used to giving keys to Boy ^Scouts who did projects out at the campsite, so &he had never felt a reason to verify whether ^hey actually were members of a troop. The 13- acre campsite was deeded to the Girl Scout Council in 1963. ';t "We've never had any problems before," Broadway said. y She connected the party to the key she rent**d out, but when she called the young man to Ijget it back, she found out he was at the St. •"Francis Academy in Ellsworth, a psychiatric- based treatment center for youths. "We're not going to let some young punks or vandals intimidate us." Debbie Treadway Central Kansas Council of Girl Scouts executive director Treadway then decided to stop renting out the camp to anyone except Girl Scout troops. She changed the locks. One week later, a different young man claiming to be a Boy Scout walked in wanting to rent the campsite. Treadway checked him out. He was lying. "He talked about how much he loved the Boy Scout program," she said. "I tell you what. They've got it down." The young man couldn't be traced. He gave a false address and name. Treadway said she had not had any problems until Oct. 4, one day after the fire, when some Girl Scouts saw a young man put up a "Camp Sack" sign, apparently for directions to a party. The sign was taken down. Even so, despite the danger, Treadway is determined to keep allowing Girl Scouts to use the camp. "We're not going to let some young punks or vandals intimidate us," Treadway said, her voice rising. "I will prosecute anyone who trespasses there. I won't mess around." A sign of the times Mike Jenkins, who manages 500 acres of the property where the fire took place, estimated the damage to be around $50,000. Jenkins works for an absentee landlord he wouldn't identify. Shane Komarek, assistant chief for fire district No. 7, which covers the north-central area of Saline County, said he didn't know how much damage the fire caused. The three cows, Jenkins believes, were shot with a .22 caliber rifle by people riding in the back of a truck. Two more cattle probably will have to be destroyed because of injuries, he said. "The sad .thing is, with the market being so tight, a single cow is your profit margin," Jenkins said. "If you lose one mature animal, that's the difference between a loss and a profit for the year." Jenkins said vandalism was a problem all the time, but it had escalated during the past two months. Ottawa County Undersheriff Karmon Kindall said he wouldn't comment of the specifics of the vandalism, but he did estimate that $4,500 of farm equipment had been damaged. He also said he noticed it had been going on the past two months. He is working with the Saline County Sheriffs Office in connection with the vandalism. Saline County Sheriff Darrell Wilson said the fire and the vandalism, as well as the activity in the camp, were being investigated. Wilson said he didn't know whether the events at Camp Sacajawea and the areas in Ottawa County are related. "I think these things have been scattered out during the last two months," he said. "The serious things have been the fire, and even though you have people checking into the camp, it isn't all that serious yet. In fact, what's going on in the camp may be a different situation all together. "I don't know that there's any pattern to the whole area, that there's any problem out there. It could be some random acts." But .others such as Jenkins and Treadway are keeping their eyes open. "Whoever did this appears to have had some inside knowledge, like they know the area pretty well," Jenkins said. "It's scary. And it's too bad." The Associated Press Robert Burns, Sydney, carries a 77-pound mulloway from his boat Wednesday after struggling with the fish for almost an hour on the Hawkesbury River north of Sydney, Australia. It is one of the'biggest of its kind caught on the river. Onlookers on the bank cheered as he landed the prize. T BASEBALL PLAYOFFS New Yorkers hail home run catcher 12-year-old defends reaction to fly ball that may have been caught By LARRY McSHANE The Associated Press NEW YORK — Yankee fans are toasting him. Orioles fans want to wring his little neck. The most crucial glovework in the opening game of the American League championship series became a tale of two cities Thursday: New York bestowed instant celebrity on 12-year-old Jeffrey Maier, the fan whose quick glove boosted his beloved Bronx Bombers to a victory, while Baltimore cried larceny. Baltimore Mayor Kurt Schmoke opened his weekly news conference Thursday by saying the stolen catch showed New York doesn't have a true zero-tolerance policy toward crime. "We were robbed and they saw it and nobody did anything about it," Schmoke said. WBAL radio's talk show phone lines were inundated with callers outraged about the kid and about right field umpire Rich Garcia's failure to call interference. Another station urged listeners to send in old eyeglasses for Garcia. In New York, callers to WFAN's all-sports radio shows somehow were less irate. Jeffrey's eighth-inning lean- and-grab of a Derek Jeter homer that looked like it could be caught landed him on ABC's "Good Morning America." A deli in his hometown, Old Tappan, N.J., ran a Jeff Maier lunch special. (It includes a turkey sandwich.) And the pint- sized star received an ovation inside The All-Star Cafe at Times Square. The Little Leaguer, who played hooky from school to meet the press Thursday, was quick to play down his nationally televised (and endlessly replayed) grab of a fly ball that had seemed destined to die in the glove of Orioles right fielder Tony Tarasco. The Associated Press Jeffrey Maier, Old Tappan, N.J., poses Wednesday in a Yankee outfit on the set of "Good Morning America" a day after he pulled a ball into the stands for a home run. "I'm not as famous as the Yankees," Jeffrey said. "The players, go out there every day. The Yankees deserve the credit." Jeffrey also had an answer for those who accuse him of changing the outcome of the game: "They don't understand. If they were me, a 12-year-old kid at a New York Yankees playoff game, they would try and catch the ball, too." After lunch — paid for by the Daily News, which also served up eight tickets to Game Two and a ride to Yankee Stadium — Jeffrey turned down $1,000 for an afternoon appearance on "Geraldo" to go to the 3 p.m. game instead. Not everyonte in the New York area was gloatir "To think that^his kid is a hero and to idolize hinvis absurd," said Greg Nalbandian, a\eal estate appraiser in the kid's\hometown. "He interfered with a pl^y and it's a playoff game." "The kid should be embarrassed, not proud, to go on TV," said Dave Bernroth, a house painter from Ringwood, N.J. Baltimore Sun sports columnist Ken Rosenthal referred to the kid in print as "the little miscreant." ON THE RECORD Hospital report Salina Regional Health'Center PENN ADMISSIONS — None. SANTA FE ADMISSIONS — Duane W. Crooks, Lee Drake, Jeffrey M. Dye, James Ervin Hindman, Patrick Hopper, Loretta M. Nieschburg, Luellen Robison and Patricia J. Wilson, all of Salina; Erna Edmunds, Abilene; Elmer Vern Holt, Abilene; Wendell Harlow, Barnard; Nora R. Larsen, Beverly; Marilyn Ostmeyer, Lincoln; Rex J. Morris, McPherson. DISMISSALS — Shelby F. Bien and baby boy, Charity Flores and baby girl, Eva Guerrero and baby boy, Emily Hoyt, Catherine H. Hofstetter, Paula E. Irish and baby boy, all of Salina; Vilas C. Cormack, Abilene; Mary Kate Kuntz, Abilene; Craig A. Farwell, Beloit; Terry R. Tuma, Belleville; David E. Batcheller, Bennington; Elaine Fenton, Garden City; Phyllis E. Clark, Gypsum. Births GIRL: Patrick and Marilyn J. Ostmeyer, Lincoln, 8 Ibs. 6 ozs., born Oct. 9. Animal shelter These animals were picked up Oct. 9 at the locations listed and taken to the Saline County Animal Shelter, 1960 W. Old Highway 40. Phone 826-6535. DOGS — Black female terrier mix, 1500 block of North Ninth; black female poodle with orange collar, 400 block of Hart; black and some tan female German shepherd, 1200 block of East Republic. FRIDAY'S DRAWING DAILY PICK 3 7-5-5 LOTTERY SCENE Category 4866 TODAY'S SCRIPTURE "This then is the message which we have heard of him, and declare unto you, that God is light, and in him is no darkness at all." — I John 1:5

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