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On the Record The Salina Journal Monday, January 27,1986 Page? Deaths & funerals Clem J. Blangers A rosary for Clem J. Blangers, 80, 113 S. Connecticut, will be said at 7:30 p.m. today at the Geisendorf Rush Smith Funeral Home. A Ladies Guild rosary will follow at 8:30 p.m. Mr. Blangers died Friday at St. John's Hospital. Faye Manvalee Hillman IONIA — Faye Manvalee Hillman, 60, died Saturday, Jan. 25, at her home in Ionia. Mrs. Hillman was born March 14, 1925, in Mitchell County. She was a homemaker and a member of the United Methodist Church in Ionia. Survivors include her husband, Cecil of the home; a daughter, Patti Diemart of Towanda; a son, Morris of Burr Oak; a sister, Maxine Reed of Aurora, Colo.; two brothers, Gene Gentry of Wichita and Yale Gentry of Beloit; 10 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Ionia United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Kelvin Heitmann officiating. Burial will follow in the Ionia Cemetery. The family suggests memorials be made to the Ionia United Methodist Church or to the Heart Fund. Friends may call at the Kleppinger Funeral Home in Jewell. Jerry M. Johnson MINNEAPOLIS — Jerry M. Johnson, 64, Minneapolis, died Sunday Jan. 26 at his home. Mr. Johnson was born Oct. 20,1921, at Glasco. He lived in Minneapolis since 1977, when the family moved from Salina. He worked as a laundry supervisor at Asbury Hospital. He was a World War II veteran, and had served in the Army in Africa and Italy. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Disabled American Veterans and the Immaculate Conception Church in Minneapolis. Survivors include his wife, Filomaine, of the home; three sons, Jerry D. of Colleyville, Texas, Richard M. of Minneapolis and Jimmy D. of Salina; a daughter, Janice D. Reinking of Salina; a brother, Alva of Glasco; three sisters, Anna Fry of Wichita, Nellie Montague of Glasco and Hazel Rashaul of California; and nine grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Immaculate Conception Church, with Monsignor James Hake officiating. Burial will follow in the Highland Cemetery in Minneapolis. Rosaries will be said at 4 and 7p.m. at the Shields Funeral Home by the Altar Society and by parish members. The family suggests memorials be made to the Immaculate Conception Church. Friends may call at the Shields Funeral Home. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Peace Lutheran Church, Deshler, Pastor Delmar Klover officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Visitation is at the Bachelor- Faulkner-Dart Funeral Home, Belleville. FredW.FIntel DESHLER, Neb. — Fred W. Fintel, 75, Deshler, Neb., died Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Thayer County Memorial Hospital, Hebron, Neb. Mr. Fintel was born Sept. 13,1910, near Byron, Neb. He was a farmer and a member of the Peace Lutheran Church, Deshler. Survivors include his wife, Adele of the home; a son, Curtis of Byron; three daughters, Maria Freiberg of Bancroft, Neb., Loris Fleek of Lincoln, Neb., £ind Carmen M^arquart of Byron; a brother, Ernest of Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.; two sisters, Lilly Duensing and Helen Brettman, both of Deshler; and nine grandchildren. Oil reports JeanJ.Watkins ABILENE - Jean J. Watkins, 78, Abilene, died Saturday, Jan. 25, at Abilene Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Watkins was born Sept. 28, 1907, in Plainville. She taught in the secondary schools at Tescott, Luray and Salina for several years. After moving to Abilene in 1935, she worked as the secretary to the principle of Abilene High School until her retirement. She was a member of the First Christian Church and National Retired Teachers' Association and past president of the Abilene Columbian Club. She also was a past matron and member of Chapter 111 of the Order of the Eastern Star and was a member of the Central Kansas Past Patron and Past Matron Club. She was a 50-year member of the Grand Chapter Order of the Eastern Star of Kansas. Survivors include her husband, Henry, of the home; a son, Kenneth L. Watkins of Abilene; seven grandchildren and 10 great-children. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the First Christian Church, with the Rev. Ray Steites officiating. Burial will follow in the Abilene Cemetery. The family suggests memorials be made in memory of Jean Watkins to the First Christian Church or to Chapter 111 of the Order of the Eastern Star. Visitation is at the Banner Funeral Home in Abilene. JoeW.Homolac BELLEVILLE — Joe W. Homolac, 76, Belleville, died Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Republic County Hospital, Belleville. Mr. Homolac was born April 16, 1909, in Republic County. He was a retired fanner, carpenter and school maintenance manager. He was a member of St. Edward's Catholic Church and a fourth degree member of the Knights of Columbus, both of Belleville. He was also a member of the Cuba Jolly Czech Singers. Survivors include a son, Steve of Arvada, Colo.; four daughters, Betty Kolman of Colorado Springs, Colo., Rose Reed Browning of Downs, Emily Diffendaffer of Berthoud, Colo., and Kathy Stroh of Belleville; five sisters, Marie Krob of Cuba, Christina Halek and Mildred Dosedlo, both of Oceanside, N.Y., Agnes Peterka of Belleville, and Alice Hanney of Kansas City; 11 grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Edward's Catholic Church, Belleville, the Rev. Don Zimmermann officiating. Burial will be in the St. Katherine Cemetery, Belleville. A scripture service will be at 7:30 p.m. today at Tibbetts-Fischer Funeral Home, Belleville, Dick Page officiating. Julius J.Reinke CHESTER, Neb. — Julius J. Reinke, 73, Chester, Neb., died Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Blue Valley Lutheran Home, Hebron, Neb. Mr. Reinke was born July 4,1912, near Byron, Neb. He was a retired fanner and a member of the St. Paul Lutheran Church, Byron. Survivors include his wife, Opal of the home; three sons, Glenn and Eugene, both of Omaha, Neb., and Mark of Bellvue, Colo.; three daughters, Joyce Schmidt of Deshler, Neb., Beverly Mathiesen of Kearney, Neb., and Janice Parpart of Muskogee, Okla.; nine brothers, John, William and Martin, all of Hebron, Arthur, Elmer and Werner, all of Davenport, Neb., Ludwig and Richard, both of Deshler, and Edward of Mesa, Ariz.; and 10 grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the St. Paul Lutheran Church, Byron, Pastor Roger Lenander officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Visitation is at the Bachelor- Faulkner-Dart Funeral Home, Belleville. America's first baby boomer says her generation is anxiety-ridden . Kansas operators announced 79 new locations, including 24 wildcats, and completed 92 tests during the past week as compared with 65 new locations and 99 completions during the preceding week. Included in the completions were 32 oil wells, good for an estimated 821 barrels of oil a day, four gas wells at an estimated 950,000 cubic feet of gas a day, 51 dry holes and five service wells. The total footage drilled in the completions was about 377,656 feet or an average of 4,105 feet a test. Drilling completions for the past week as reported to The Independent Oil & Gas Service: Dccotur County Edmiston Oil Co. Inc.. No. 4 Beers, 24-4-27W, NW SW NW, Jennin95 field, dry and abandoned. EMU County Chief Drilling Co. Inc., No. 1 Hottman 20-12- 19W, NW SW NW, WC Held, dry and oban- Tn'ter-Amerkan Minerals, No. 1 Bemis. 20-13- 19W, SW NE SW, WC field, 30 barrels of oil and 44 barrels of water a day. Thunderbird Drilling Inc., No. 1 G Kisner, 32-15-17W, SE NE SE, WC field, dry and abandoned. Ellsworth County CSC Exploration Inc., No. 1 Schepmann 23- 17-10W. 2230'FNL ft 345'FEL. NE/4, Heiken North field, 30 barrels of oil a day. Cove County Hlnkle Oil Co., No. 1 Albin, 31-11-26W, NE NWSE.WC field, dry and abandoned Falcon Exploration Inc., No. 1 Wer h, 34-12- 30W NE NE SW, WC field, abandoned location. Falcon Exploration Inc., No. IF. Breakover 22-13-30W, NE NW SW, Gove NW Ext field, oil "chief Drilling Co. Inc.. No 1 Coberly JD'. 20- 15-2BW, NE NE NW, Ziegenbalg No. field, salt water disposal well. Graham County A Scott Ritchie, No. 1 Ary-13B, 13-6-22W, SE NE NW, Boys SW Ext Held, oil well. Foxtlre Exploration Inc., No. 3 Korb, 35-7- 23W, SE NW NW, Fabriclus field, oil well. Energy Three Inc., No. 1 Durham, 9-8-23W, NW NW SW, Barrows Ext field, dry and abandoned. Fina Oil S Chemical Co., No. 14 Cooley A, 17- 9-21W, SE NW SW, Morel field, dry and abandoned. Logan County Raymond Oil Co. Inc., No. 1 City of Oakley, 11-11-32W, 930'FSL& 1810'FEL, SE/4, Oakley Ext field, dry and abandoned. Marlon County Dieter Production Co., No. 1-34 Scully, 34-18- 2E, 554'FNL & 766'FEL, NE/4, WC field, dry and abandoned. Phillips County Cities Service Oil & Gas Corp., No. 208 Slinker Unit, 25-4-20W, C S/2 SW NW SE, Sllnker field, B barrels of oil a day. Rawllni County Viking Resources, No. 1 Wicke, 16-1-32W, C S/2 S/2 NW, Wilhelm Ext field, oil well. Rooks County Ames Energy Exploration, No. 2 SWD Nichol, 2-6-20W, C W/2 SE SW, OWWO Edgar field, salt water disposal well. Petroleum Management Inc., No. 3 Wallgren •B', 7-6-20W, SW NW NW, Ray field, all well. The Gene Brown Co., No. 2 Hilgers, 13-9- 19W, 60'S. C W/2 SW SW, Jelinek field, 20 barrels of oil and 550 barrels of water a day. Brito Oil Co. Inc., No. 1 Amos, 17-10-19W, C W/2 6/2 NE, WC field, dry and abandoned. Runell County Murfin Drilling Co., No. 1 Judd, 10-12-15W, NE NE NE, Fay So. Ext field, abandoned location. Mai Operations, No. 3 Haselhorst, 31-13- 15W, NW SE NW, OWWO Air Base East Ext field, dry and abandoned. HK&W Oil Operators Inc., No. 1 Waymaster, 6-14-12W, C NE SW, OWWO Bunker Hill Ext field, temporarily abandoned. Solar Petroleum Inc., No. 18-31 G. Miller 'A', 31-14-13W, SO'S, C NE NE NE, Hall-Gurney field, 64 barrels of oil and 96 barrels of water a day, Trego County Kaiser-Francis Oil Co., No. 2 Walz 'C', 12-1121 W, C W/2 SW SW, Walz field, 45 barrels of oil R&C Drilling Co. Inc., No. 1 Faulkner, 4-11- 22W, SE SE SE, DeMurry Ext field, abandoned location. Raymond Oil Co. Inc., No. 1 Baughman, 22- 11-23W, NW NW SE, OWWO Wakeeney field, dry and abandoned. Raymond Oil Co. Inc., No. 1 Walt, 22-11-25W, NE SW NE, Razak Ext field,.dry and abandoned. Bertha Kuhn HOPE — The funeral for Bertha Kuhn, 94, Hope, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the St. John's Lutheran Church, rural Hope, the Rev. Tony Troup officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. A prayer service will be at 7:30 p.m. today at Carlson's Funeral Home, Hope. Mrs. Kuhn died Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Lutheran Rest Home, Herington. She was born Feb. 8,1891, in rural Hope. Survivors include two daughters, Gladiola Backhus of Hope and Elaine Backhus of Leavenworth; two brothers, John Gentz of Herington and Charles Gentz of Sun City, Ariz.; three sisters, Lena Schlesener, Emelia Schlesener, and Martha Schlesener, all of Hope; two grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the church. Visitation is after noon today at the funeral home. Joseph M. Kingsley FORMOSO — Joseph M. Kingsley, 91, Formoso, died Sunday, Jan. 26, at the Jewell County Hospital, Mankato. Mr. Kingsley was born Nov. 14, 1894, in Jewell County. He was a retired farmer and a member of the Community Church and the Odd Fellows Lodge, both of Formoso. Survivors include his wife, Laura of Mankato; a son, Marvin of South Pasadena, Calif.; a brother, Frank of Dixon, HI.; two sisters, Mrs. Wint Smith of Mankato and Ethel Courtner of Seal Beach, Calif.; two grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Kramer Funeral Home, Mankato, Pastor Jerry Milleson officiating. Burial will be in the Balch Cemetery, Formoso. Visitation is Tuesday and until service Wednesday at the funeral home. Alvin H. Johnson McPHERSON — Alvin H. Johnson, 81, McPherson, died Friday, Jan. 24, at McPherson Memorial Hospital. Mr. Johnson was born Oct. 2,1904, in Mount Olive, HI. He was a retired grain elevator operator and fanner. He was a past member of the Lions Club. His wife, Mabel, died in 1981. Survivors include two daughters, Eileen Feltes of Valentine, Neb., and Shirley Bartel of Hillsboro; seven grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Ball and Son Funeral Chapel, McPherson, the Rev. Harold E. Nelson officiating. Burial will be in the North Inman Cemetery, Inman. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Fund. Visitation is from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. HADDON HEIGHTS, N.J. (AP) — Kathleen Casey Wilkins, "America's original baby boomer," said Sunday that she was part of "an anxiety- ridden generation." Wilkins was born in Philadelphia, one second after midnight Jan. 1, 1946, and her arrival was listed in local newspapers as the city's first of the year. "Though no one knew it at the time, it was also the first of the baby boom," according to a story in Money magazine, which looks at baby boomers and their finances as the first of the boomers reach age 40. "After that, the life of America's original baby boomer replicated that of millions of women of her era." The magazine said 76 million people were born during the baby boom, from 1946 to 1964. Being a baby boomer is a double- edged sword, said Wilkins, the mother of two teen-age daughters. "The generations to come will maybe look back on it and say, 'We learned from the boomers.' I wouldn't want to have been born in another time," she said. "But I think there's a lot of anxiety Kathleen Wilkins in the boomers. We're an anxiety- ridden generation." Wilkins, 40, said she fit some of the stereotypes attributed to her generation. She works out three days a week, plays tennis, drives a 1985 Mercedes- Benz, avoids red meat, travels to Europe, owns a food processor and is working toward a master's degree in business administration. "I appreciate the finer things," she said. However, she said she objected to the obsession with material things that is reported to be in vogue among some of her contemporaries. "Money has surrounded the baby boomers," she said. "They equate that with some kind of happiness. They are finding out that this is not so. I think they've lost sight of what's really important. Relationships we have with other people are the most important thing in life." Like others growing up in the 1950s, she was raised on a steady diet of television. Her favorite show was "American Bandstand" hosted by Dick Clark, and she and her high school friends appeared on it several times. She married in 1966. Her husband was drafted a month later and sent to Vietnam. He returned safely a year later. Wilkins, who has filed for divorce from her husband, an orthopedic surgeon, said she was financially secure but decided to go back to school because she wanted to lead a productive life. Provisions in tax bill put pinch on state, local construction plans By The New York Times NEW YORK — Plans for large construction projects by state and local governments around the country are being disrupted by provisions in the federal tax bill, approved by the House last month, Here's where to get tax forms Knowing where to locate either state or federal tax forms is no easy matter. Here is a general guide. Most federal tax forms are available at the local Internal Revenue Service office and local libraries. Many banks also carry tax forms, but they usually pertain to banking transactions. If the needed federal tax forms cannot be found at these locations, calling Dallas toll free at 424-1040 will put you in touch with an IRS employee who can mail any federal tax form requested. As for state tax forms, they are available, at each county clerk's office, city libraries, and most banks. IRS offices do not have to stock state forms, and the Salina IRS office is one that has chosen not to handle the forms this year. The Salina Public Library has a copy of most federal and state tax forms that may be photocopied for tax preparation use. The library has no copies to give away. If the state tax forms required are not available at any of these locations, the offices of the State Department of Revenue can be contacted. They will be able to send out any type of form, as well as answer any tax preparation questions. The Topeka office number is 296-3051. The Salina branch office of the IRS is a compliance office that handles examinations and collections, but does not the capability to answer tax questions. Help in this area can be obtained by calling the IRS toll free number in Dallas. which severely restrict sales of municipal bonds, government officials and securities dealers say. Financing for some major capital projects for sewers, roads and school buildings has been postponed since the start of the year. Local government officials report that restrictions on cooperative ventures with private businesses are complicating efforts to attract new businesses and stimulate local economies. Although the House bill to overhaul the nation's tax system is not law, it has already forced changes because provisions covering sales of bonds whose interest is not subject to federal income tax would be applied retroactively to Jan. 1,1986. Lobbying has already begun in the Senate Finance Committee to change that date and other aspects of the House bill. But if the Senate accepts the House version, local governments that disregard the House's restrictions — and the investors who buy their tax- exempt bonds — could find that interest on the bonds is taxable beginning from the date of issuance. The House provisions affect state and local government finances from two directions, by limiting the amount and the kinds of tax-exempt bonds that can be sold and by making local and state bonds less attractive to manv investors. Treasury officials say a reduced supply of tax-exempt bonds will eventually help local governments by reducing the interest rates on the bonds they are still allowed to sell. In addition, the officials say the changes will lead to a fairer tax system by making it harder for wealthy people to avoid taxes by buying tax-exempt bonds. The Treasury also expects federal revenue to rise, making up for declines from other tax bill provisions, as investors choose other securities that pay a higher interest rate but are subject to taxation. People who buy local bonds because they are tax-exempt are finding that interest on many of those bonds issued this year would be subject to a minimum income tax of 25 percent. Other bond provisions have led banks either to stop buying municipal issues since the beginning of the year, or to demand much higher interest rates. For example, Burlington, Vt, recently paid 7.5 percent to sell a short- term issue of municipal securities, up from 5 percent in October. And securities dealers say rates for new long-term bond issues are as much as half a percentage point higher than for similar issues sold last year. The bond provisions do not hamper spending for local governments' day- to-day operations. For your information Hospital admissions Asbury — Pansy U. Holmes, 1220 N. Third; Jeremy K. Lachenmeier, 430 S. Connecticut; and Richard E. Leander, Bridgeport. St. John's — Jamie L. Benton, 915 Park; Charles S. Jarrell IV, 1410 Teakwood; Lucas W.King, 741 Scott; William Squires, 603 W. Elm; Dorothy M. Lefort, Concordia; Karen A. Parker, Republic; and Norma Urban of Clay Center. Hospital dismissals Asbury — Erl 0. Britt, 1227 Andrews; Jay Cairns, 925 Gypsum; Krystal E. Hixenbaugh, 2115 Meadowlark Lane; Jeffrey J. Oehlert,j517 Aullwood; Susanne D. Syring and baby girl, 849 Roach; Judy A. Taddiken, 208 E. Neal; Myra Thomas, 530 N. 13th; Christine G. Whitmer, 146 Taft; Patricia S. Applebee, Abilene; Oliver A. Hartenstein, Abilene; Meredith G. Lee, Ada; Debra K. Reinbold, New Cambria; Alice M. Stenberg, Clyde; and Alice M. Swisher, Gypsum. St. John's - Doyle D. Wood, 117 S. Kansas. Births Boys: Jeffery and Vickie L. Reidelberger, 1206 N. Santa Fe, 7 Ibs. 14 ozs., born Jan. 25. George E. and Joyce M. Wagner, BrookvUle, 10 Ibs. 14 ozs., born Jan. 25. Pet of the week Weather Journal Photo HOMELESS — This 1-year- old female calico cat is ready for adoption at the Salina Animal Shelter on State Street Road. Shelter hours are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 3 to 5:30 p.m. Monday though Friday, and 10 a.m. to noon Saturday. EXTENDED OUTLOOK Wednesday, through Friday No precipitation expected, with highs in the 50s and lows in the 20s. ZONE FORECASTS Zones 1 and 2 — Mostly sunny today, with highs from 40 to 45 and south winds at 10 to 15 mph. Clear Jpnight, with lows about 20. Mostly sunny Tuesday, with highs from 45 to50. i Zones 3 and 6 — Mostly sunny today, with highs in the mid-40s and south winds from 10 to 15 mph. Clear tonight, with lows about 20. Mostly sunny Tuesday, with highs in the low 50s. Zones 4, 5, 7 and 8 — Mostly sunny today, with highs from 35 to 40 and south to southeast winds at 10 to 15 mph. Clear tonight, with lows about 20. Mostly sunny Tuesday, with highs about 50. Zones 9 and 12 — Mostly sunny today, wtih highs from 30 to 35 and south to southeast winds at 10 to 15 mph. Clear tonight, with lows in the teens. Mostly sunny Tuesday, with highs about 40. Zones 10,13 and 15 — Mostly sunny today, with highs in the low to mid-20s and southeast winds from 10 to 15 mph. Clear tonight, with lows from 10 to 15. Mostly sunny and warmer Tuesday, with highs about 40. Zones 11,14,16 and 17 — Mostly sunny today, with highs from 25 to 30 and southeast winds at 10 to 15 mph. Clear tonight, with lows in the teens. Mostly sunny Tuesday, with highs about 40. The Forecast/for 7 p.m. EST, Mon., Jan. 27 High . Temperatures 7O6O 50 Showers Rain Flurries Snow FRONTS: Warm w Occluded - Stationary ' National Weather Service NOAA U S Deal ol Commetce ELSEWHERE IN KANSAS Sunday highs-lows to 6 p.m. Belleville 35-19, Beloit 29-24, Chanute 32-26, CoffeyvUle 39-26, Concordia 39-26, Dodge City 41-20, Emporia 31-26, Garden City 44-20, Goodland 40-20, Hill City 35-26, Hutchinson 35-26, Pittsburg 34-24, Russell 33-23, Topeka 34-22, Wichita 36-27. SALINA WEATHER At City Airport, 9 p.m. Sunday. Temperature 18F; Barometer 30.46 in.; Wind N-NE 13 mph; Relative Humidity 41%; 24-hour Precipitation to 7 p.m. none. Sunday's High 31; Record is 70 in 1951. Sunday's Low to 9 p.m. 18; Record is -13 in 1904. ^ Today's Sunset 5:46; Tomorrow's Sunrise 7:40.

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