THE SALINA JOURNAL NEWS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1996 All DEATHS & FUNERALS Margaret A. ftddrlli 'BORON, Calif. — Margaret A. Foddfill, 71, Boron, died Saturday, Oct. 12,1996, at Lancaster. Mrs. Foddrill was born March 29,1925, at Ames, Kan. She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star Chapter 630, Boron; Amaranth Chapter 123, Victorville; Daughters of the Nile, Mukattam Temple 12; and Ladies of the Moose and Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, both of Concordia, Kan, Survivors include her husband, William I. of Boron; a son, Richard Moore of Concordia; a stepdaughter, Judith Foddrill of Sunnyvale; a sister, Fredaline Stein of Minneapolis, Kan.; five grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. An Order of Eastern Star service will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Parlor of the Masonic Temple, Concordia, the Rev. Barry Brinkman officiating. Burial will be in St. Concordia Cemetery. , There will be no visitation. Chaput-Buoy Funeral Home, 325 W. Sixth, Concordia 67473, is handling arrangements. Lottie Anderson Hardin CLYDE — Lottie Anderson Hardin, 94, Clyde, died Friday, Oct. 18, 1996, at Clay County Hospital, Clay Center. Mrs. Hardin was born Lottie., Parker on Aug. 27, 1902, near Clyde. She was a homemaker. She was a member of the United Methodist Church and the United Methodist Women, both of Clyde. She recently received her 50-year pin as a member Of the Leah Chapter Order of Eastern Star and was also a member of the Tri-L Club. ; She was preceded in death by her husbands, Millard R. Anderson in 1967 and Ralph C. Hardin in 1995. Survivors include a son, Keith of Inman; a daughter, Leona Payeur of Topeka; a brother, Charles Parker of Thousand Oaks, Calif.; six grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. .' The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the United Methodist Church, Clyde, the Rev. C. Milton. Lenz officiating. Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery, Clyde. Memorials may be made to the Lottie Hardin Memorial Fund. Visitation will be after 2 p.m. today at Chaput Mortuary, 310 Washington, Clyde 66938. Alice Heimer ; ; <JYPSUM — Alice' Heimer, 88, Gypsum, died 1 Friday, Oct. 18, 1996, at Abilene Health Center. Karber-Gillum Funeral Home, Gypsum, is handling arrangements. James F. Newell VALLEY FALLS — James F. Newell, 77, Valley Falls, died Friday, Oct. 18,1996, at a Topeka hospital. Mr. Newell was born April 6, 1919, north of Oskaloosa and was a Valley Falls.resident since 1968. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He farmed northwest of Oskaloosa, retiring in 1974. He was a custodian at Kendall State Bank, and the United Methodist Church and the Lutheran Church, both in Valley Falls. He was a member of the United Methodist Church, Valley Falls, and served two years as trustee and four years as assessor for Ozawkie Township. He was a member of Grahem-Herbers Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3084, Valley Falls. He was preceded in death by his wife, Virginia Malsbury Thomas, i$' 1995 and a stepson, Robert "Bob" Malsbury, in 1969. ^Survivors include three step- sqhs, Gary Malsbury of Os- kailoosa, Arden Malsbury of Junction City and John "Harv" Thomas of Valley Falls; a stepdaughter, J^neen Cornelison of Meriden; a Jbrother, Vernon of Valley Falls; 13 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. KANSAS BBlOffsMaiyteeNtewald CLAY CENTER: Ralph E. Stirrett St. CLYDE: Lottte Anderson Hardin &6L§V: Peggy J.Zerfaa GYPSUM: Alice Heimer KANORADOi Roland W.Yehle KIRWIN: Aifene Peterson MANHATTAN: li^ln Waiters NAtOMA: Vernon Glenn Scott OAKLEY: Kevin Zimmerman SELDEN:JohhW.Sulzman SMITH CENTER: Lorens Scott VALLEY FALLS: Jame3 F, Newell OUTOFStAte '.„,• Margaret A. Foddrill, Boron, Calif. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the United Methodist Church, Valley Falls. Burial will be in Valley Falls Cemetery with military honors by Grahem-Herbers Veterans of Wars Post 3084. Memorials may be made to the United Methodist Church Furnace Fund. The family will receive friends from 7 to 8 p.m. today atNellis Funeral Home, 810 Broadway, Valley Falls 66088. Marylee Niewald BELOIT — Marylee Niewald, 81, Beloit, died Saturday, Oct. 19, 1996, at Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. McDonald Funeral Home, Beloit, is handling arrangements. Ailene Peterson KIRWIN — Ailene Peterson, 78, Kirwin, died Friday, Oct. 18,1996, at Hays Medical Center. Mrs. Peterson was born Ailene Rasmussen on April 1,1918, at Kirwin and was a longtime area resident of Stockton and Kirwin. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband, James of the home; a son, Phil of Dallas; three daughters, Diane Roth of Kirwin, Merna Goebel of Glenrock, Wyo., and Terri Thibodeau of Arlington, Texas; a sister, Lavenya Claudell of Denver; and seven grandchildren. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Olliff-Boeve Chapel, Phillipsburg, the Rev. Dennis Hanna officiating. Burial will be in Bogart Cemetery, south of Kirwin. A memorial fund will be established. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. today and 9 a.m. until service time Monday at the funeral chapel, 1115 Second, Phillipsburg 67661. Lorene Scott SMITH CENTER — Lorene Scott, 77, Smith Center, died Friday, Oct. 18,1996, at Smith County Memorial Hospital, Smith Center. Mrs. Scott was born Lorene Conaway on Sept. 12,1919, at Lane Township in Smith County. She was a seamstress, a homemaker and a member of the Presbyterian Church and American Legion Auxiliary, both of Smith Center. Survivors include her husband, Roger of Smith Center; a son, Bryce of Smith Center; two daughters, Saundra Rust of Las Vegas and Lee Ann Curtis of Garden City; a brother, Lloyd Conaway of Athol; five grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Simmons Chapel, Smith Center, the Revs. Dale McCain and Rhett Totten officiating. Burial will-be in Fair-view Cemetery, Smith Center. Visitation will be until service time at the funeral chapel, 116 W. First St., Smith Center 66967, Vernon Glenn Scott NATOMA — Vernon Glenn Scott, 78, Natoma, died Friday, Oct. 18, 1996, at Russell Regional Hospital. Mr. Scott was born Oct. 26,1917, in Russell County. He was a farmer-stockman and ran a dairy farm east of Waldo. He was a life member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6240 and a member of American Legion Post 109, Natoma. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. His wife, Iris, died in 1986. Survivors include a daughter, Celeste Hobrock of Natoma; three brothers, Richard of Waldo, Howard of Russell and Dan of Seattle; three sisters, Bessie Maranville of Centralia, Wash., Ruth Bartlett of Paradise and Carol Nuss of Russell; four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Natoma United Methodist Church, the Rev. Dan Hatfield officiating. Burial will be in Natoma City Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Vernon Glenn Scott. Memorial Fund. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday and 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday at Pohlman's Mortuary, 701 N. First, Natoma 67651. Ralph E. Stirrett Sr. CLAY CENTER — Ralph E. Stirrett Sr., 87, Clay Center, died Friday, Oct. 18, 1996, at Abilene Health Care. Mr. Stirrett was born Feb. 5, 1909, at Sadorus, 111., and was a resident of Clay Center since 1964, moving from Illinois. He was a farmer in Illinois and. managed the Sterling Court Motel and worked for Key Milling, both of Clay Center. He was preceded in death by a son. Survivors include his wife, Jessie of the home; three daughters, Linda Wilson of Silverthorn, Colo., Margorie Stirrett of Tulsa, Okla., and Glenda Killer of Gainesville, Fla.; two sons, Ralph Jr. of Clay Center and Roger of Topeka; three sisters, Faye Cole of Champagne, 111., Ada Clark of Champagne-Urbana, 111., and Edna Gamble of Elgin, 111.; a brother, Robert of Tuscola, HI.; nine grandchildren; and four great- grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Neill-Schwensen-Rook Funeral Home, Clay Center. Burial will be later in Lakefork Cemetery, Atford, 111. Visitation will be from 3 to 9 p.m. Monday at the funeral home, 918 Seventh St., Clay Center 67432. His wife was omitted in Saturday's edition. John W. Sulzman SELDEN — John W. Sulzman, 71, Selden, died Thursday, Oct. 17, 1996, at St. Anthony's North Hospital, Westminster, Colo. Mr. Sulzman was born July 6, 1925, south of Selden and was a lifetime area resident. He worked for Joe Duesberg at Selden Gas Co. for 20 years and then bought the company, changing the name to Sulzman Gas Co. He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, American Legion Post 321, Selden Lions Club and Hoxie Elks Club. He served on the Selden City Council for 38 years. He was a Navy veteran. Survivors include his wife, Etta Marie of Selden; four sons, Wayne of Colby, Kelvin and Randy, both of Oakley, and Loran of Selden; a daughter, Rhonda Sabatka of Denver; three brothers, Norbert of Oberlin, Edward of Carson, Calif., and Norris of Selden; three sisters, Appolona Rohrs of Denver, Pauline Havice of Herington and Bernita Aumiller of Selden; and six grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Selden, the Rev. James Hoover officiating. Burial will be in Selden Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Selden American Legion Post 321. Visitation will be from 1 to 8, p.m. today and 8 to 9 a.m. Monday at Pauls Funeral Home, 121 N. Penn, Oberlin 67749. Irvin Walters MANHATTAN — Irvin Walters, 72, Manhattan, died Monday, Oct. 14,1996, at his home. Mr. Walters was born March 27, 1924, at Catherine and was a resident of Manhattan since 1966, moving from Hays. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. He was a lineman for Southwestern Bell Telephone for 40 years and was a member of Seven Dolors Catholic Church, Manhattan, and the Veterans of Foreign Wars and American Legion, both of Hays. His wife, Clare M., died in 1983. Survivors include a son, Stan of Joplin, Mo.; a daughter, Glenda Guikwad of Burlingame, Calif.; three brothers, Harold of Ellinwood, Bill of Vienna Woods, Va., and Ken of Bend, Ore.; four sisters, Mary Frances Dreiling and Dorothy Goetz, both of Victoria, and Eileen Leiker and Rozanne Augustine, both of Hays; and two grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph's Church, Hays, the Rev. Mike Scully officiating. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery with military honors by the Hays American Legion. A parish vigil will be at 7:30 p.m. today at Brock's North Hill Chapel, Hays. Visitation will be from 2 to 5 ..p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today and 8:30 a.m. until service time Monday at the funeral home, 2509 Vine St., Hays 67601. Roland W.Yehle KANORADO — Roland W. Yehle, 84, Kanorado, died Friday, Oct. 18, 1996, at Greeley County Hospital, Tribune. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Mountain time Thursday at the Methodist Church, Sharon Springs, the Rev. Gerry Sharp officiating. Burial will be in Wallace City Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Prairie Manor Good Samaritan, Sharon Springs, or the Good Samaritan Village, St. Francis. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Mountain time Wednesday at Koons Chapel, 211 N. Main, Goodland 67735, and before the service Thursday at the church. Nancy / Republican direction upsets her FROM PAGE A1 Peggy J. Zerfas COLBY — Peggy J. Zerfas, 72, Colby, died Friday, Oct. 18,1996, at Citizens Medical Center, Colby. Kersenbrock Funeral Home, Colby, is handling arrangements. Kevin Zimmerman OAKLEY — Kevin Zimmerman, 18, Oakley, died Friday, Oct. 18, 1996, at Logan County Hospital, Oakley. Mr. Zimmerman was born Sept. 24, 1978, at Oakley and was a lifetime area resident. He was a student at Oakley High School and a member of the St. Joseph's Catholic Church and St. Joseph's Catholic Youth Organization, both of Oakley. He was a member of the football, basketball and track teams at Oakley High School and a member of the Oakley K-18 baseball team. Survivors include his parents, Larry J. and Pauline M. Moellering of Oakley; a brother, Mike of Dodge City; two sisters, Sandra Werth of LaCrosse and Becky Chadwick of Lawrence; his grandparents, Rose Zimmerman and Reynold and Hilda Schwarz Moellering, all of Oakley. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Oakley, the Revs. Roger K. Meitl and BUI Korf officiating. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. A wake will be at 7 p.m. Monday at Koster Funeral Home, Oakley. Memorials may be made to St. Joseph's School, Oakley. Visitation will be from 2 to 9 p.m. Monday at the funeral home, 217 Freeman, Oakley 67748. Later, in her office, she says of those measures: "They'll probably just fade away, but they are matters I feel very strongly about." In a long and somewhat philosophical interview, Kassebaum reflected on her years in office, and political trends in the country, the Congress and the presidential campaign. Here are some excerpts: • The mood of Congress: "The really substantive issues aren't being debated today, and this is a disappointment," she said. "The moderating force in politics is going away; the loss is of a prevailing voice that isn't so partisan that we can't work together. "I believe that people really want the government to work. But we now have people who say they'll never compromise. I voted against creation of the Department of Education, for example. But we have it now, and we should work to make it more effective. "We cannot simply turn so much of the government back to the states; it won't work unless we make it more effective and far more efficient." • Politics: "I am one of several who isn't feeling exactly at home in my own party these days. The Republicans have moved far to the right, but we have also shifted away from classic conservatism, which is to challenge the parameters, the defining characteristics of government, at the state and federal levels. "We should be articulating this debate so that the public wants to be involved, not just painting everything in black and white, you're with us or against us. It isn't that simple. The issues aren't that simple. "It's ironic that the classic conservative, for example, would argue that the government should have no role in telling women whether they have a choice in abortion. That should be our position. Instead, the view in this instance is that of a classic liberal, the government knows best. "I've always wondered if not, over the next five years, a sort of evolution occurs in which one or the other party changes so much that it forms, or becomes, another party — for example, as the Whigs transformed into the Republicans niore than a century ago." AIRLINE MISHAP (The Whigs were ultimately torn apart by the issue of the expansion of slavery. What dissolved this major party were its conflicts in trying to be many things to many people, its willingness to abandon one deeply held conviction for another in the quest for political power.) • The presidential campaign, and Bob Dole: "Didn't Dole take Nixon's advice and move far to the right to get the Republican presidential nomination? And I wonder how much of his movement to the right was prompted by the dominance of television in campaigning today. "The most successful at modern campaigning, with strategy dictated by technology, was Ronald Reagan. If you think about it, he never really talked too much. He was a leader in that he always kept a certain distance, never really got too close. I think President Kennedy was first able to do this rather well. And with our suspicions about Bill Clinton, he's also managed to stand away. "If only Bob Dole could simply be himself. But both he and Clinton have tried to reshape themselves too much as they are told they should be ... Dole is uncomfortable. He has a taciturn, western reluctance to just talk on. But about issues of importance, he does well. "How disappointing that there is an audience out there that is wanting, a big swing vote that isn't sure, and is probably disappointed, now, in both campaigns." • Public service, and leaving the Senate: "There is a time when you know that it's time to leave, even when people want you to stay — some people, anyway. "I have always believed, like dad (the late Gov. Alf Landon), that politics is an honorable call : ing, but you need roots at home so you know how to get home. I never really worried about any kind of image that others might be shaping of me, which is a danger in Washington. "While ambition is important, it can't be so overpowering that you aren't willing to lay down your own philosophy and points of view, even it may mean that you aren't elected. That's why it's important to have roots, to know that you are able comfortably to go home." ; Nobody injured as jet skids off runway Landing gear fails on Delta jet during landing at New York airport By The Associated Press NEW YORK — A Delta jetliner's landing gear collapsed and it skidded off the runway when it came in during a violent storm at La- Guardia Airport on Saturday. All 63 people aboard were evacuated safely, police said. Delta Air Lines Flight 554 from Atlanta skidded on its belly to the end of Runway 13 at about 4:45 p.m., said Arlene Salac, a Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman. The MD-80 aircraft went into a spin during its skid and came to rest at an angle with one of its wheels stuck in the mud. It stopped before it reached Flushing Bay, which abuts the runway. Emergency vehicles surrounded the plane as passengers slid out on a chute. They were quickly put on vehicles and taken away, and then crews began foaming down the plane. A spokesman for the Port Authority, which runs the airport, said four passengers were slightly injured as they left the plane. :; NBC sportscaster Greg Gumbel was among the passengers. He said he felt a "sharp veer to the right" as the plane approached the runway. "The plane drifted to the right, and then something hit hard," he said. "Then the plane started to skid to the right, the back end came out and to the right, and we, ended up going down the runway sideways ... it ended up turning and facing the exact opposite way that we came." Witness Kenneth Goldstein told MSNBC that he watched the plane approach the runway and saw it tilt slightly, first to the left and then back to the right, and the right wing hit the ground. ; Goldstein said the plane then landed and slid on its belly the length of the runway. ON THE RECORD Hospital report Sallna Regional Health Center ;SANTA FlfADMISSIONS — Rosemary Barthelemy, Kathleen M. Jones, RUth Odom, Michelle L. Vishnefske and Loren Keith Burd, all of Salina; Margaret K. Gillan, Concordia; Brenda Arthur, Lindsborg; Trevor M. Wood, Brookville; Carolyn Reed, Ness City, DISMISSALS — Mary L, Ryan, K&therine A. Allen, Robert Caldwell, Uogan A. Johnson, Courtney L- Main, Rlx Morriss, ine? g. Nelhpuse, D o n « d Myer and Gail Simpson and baby boy, allot Salina; Nicholas M, Speltz, Clay Center; Margaret K, <3il|an,,.Concordja; Jopnn M. Mattison, Undsborg; Christine Pringle. MoPherspn; Jessica Njpole Breen, Minneapolis; Allison Hoi- men and baby girl, Minneapolis; Carolyn Reed, Ness City; Mark E. Schemm, Smith Center. BOY: Kathleen M. Mes, Salina, 8 Ibs. 4 ozs,, bom Oct. ,18. GIRLS: -Mark D. and Brenda Arthur, Unds- bprg, 6 Ibs. 6 ozs,, bom Oct. 19. .pchelle 1. VisJwefske, Salina, 7 Ite., born Oct. 18. SffTURDflY'S PMWHfig DAILY PICK 3 5-1-8 KANSAS CASH 1-13-21 -24-25-32 Estimated Jackpot $1 ,150,000 POWERBALL 8-20-30-31-42 POWERBALL 9 Estimated Jackpot $40.2 million LOTTERY SCENE Category 4866 District court CIVIl FILINGS - Leonard Woehl vs. Milfprd Leclaire Zimmerman. Suit seeks in excess of $50,000 for damages and injuries Woehl received as the result of a traffic accident on Sept. 20,1994, on Shipton Road. Hazel E. Qarst vs. Patricia E. Harrington, formerly known as Patricia E. Caffrey, and others. Garst seeks judgment for possession of real estate and that a safe contract for the property be canceled. Brown Welding Supply vs. Altair Gases and Equipment Inc. Brown Welding claims breach of contract against Altair for default on a lease- purchase agreement and the loss of 1,540 gas cylinders, and .seeks judgment for sums in excess of $22,100 and $278,700. Shawn Stroble vs. Unified School Pistrjct No. 305. Stroble is suing the Salina School District, claiming breach of contract and deprivation of her due process rights regarding his termination as a computer support technician. The suit seeks reversal of the termination, damages in excess of $21,100 for breach of contract, a sum in excess of $50,000 for denial of due process, and attorneys fees and expenses. Source One Mortgage Services Corporation vs. Juan J. Lopez. Source One seeks a mortgage foreclosure in excess of $23,100. CIVIl JUDGMENTS - Green Tree Financial Servicing Corporation, also known.as Green Tree Financial Corporation vs. Ernest W. Rego and Elaine M. Rego. Court awards Green Tree a sum in excess of $27,400, regarding purchase of a mobile home. Execution of the judgment Is deferred provided the Regos abide by the terms of the contract. John Shetlar and Deborah Shetlar vs. Home Inspection Services Inc., Kristy Yenkey, Coldwell Banker- Antrim-Plper-Wenger Realtors; David Spratlen, doing business as Cedarwood-Snake Roofing Co., Duane Elledge and Mary Pat Elledge. The parties in the suit agree to a general release of all claims against Coldwell Banker-AntrinvPiper-Wenger Realtors and Kristy Yenkey. CHARGED — Jose Dejesus Dominguez, 28,417 Rahm, charges of felony driving under the influence, transporting an open container and driving with a suspended license in connection with a traffic stop Oct. 14 in the 400 block of Moon Drive. Richard Lee Linavyeaver, 36, 917 Cedar, charges of possession of marijuana without a tax stamp, possession of marijuana and driving with a suspended license, in connection with a traffic stop Oct. 11 in the 1200 block of North Ohio Street. Anthony Wayne Gay, 21, 1708 Dover Circle, charge of habitual traffic violations in connection with a traffic stop Oct. 11 on Ninth Street. Edward A. Smith, 27, Abilene, charge of felony driving under the influence in connection with a traffic stop (Oct. 13 on Ohio Street. Suzanne Marie Burton, 21,1400 N. Fifth, charge of habitual traffic violations in connection with a traffic stop Oct. 12 in the 1000 block of West Crawford Street. Rodolfo Buere Dimaplas, 31,505 W. Cloud No. 34, charges of two counts unlawful operating a motor vehicle in connection with traffic stops Oct. 13 and Oct. 14 at Sunset Park and the 400 block of South Broadway Boulevard. Marriage licenses Stephen Clifford Gayle, 29, and Kristi Sue Lantz, 28, both of Salina; Terry Lee Grahn, 26, and Jamie Renee Doss, 23, both of Salina; Michael Ray Murray, 27, and Encarnacion Duran Stout, 40, both of Salina. Divorces FILED — Craig Carl Nehlsen vs. Bridget Jean Monteiro Nehlsen; Kathnne A. Comfort vs. Timothy K. Comfort; Bonnie A. Oakley vs. Adrian L. Oakley. Annulments FILED — James Holman Trice III vs. Linda Marie Trice. Street sweeping The city of Salina will be sweep- Ing the following areas from Monday through Friday: ' ~ •From South Street to Crawford Street and Fourth Street to the west city limits. •From Broadway Boulevard to Centennial Avenue and from Crawford Street to Bailey Road. • Property owners should have the curb and gutter clear of large items and parked vehicles. Parked vehicles and other Items prevent the sweeper from cleaning the gutter. CORRECTION ; * '• *', The Make A Difference Day hot-line telephone number on Page $ of today's USA Weekend magazine! in the Salina Journal is incorrect? The toll-free number is l-800-41fe 3824. '» TODAY'S SCRIPTURE J ,*"7 : n "The gross withereth, the flower fodeth;* but the word of our God shall stand §? forever." "*• — Isaiah 4Q&'
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