News-Journal from Mansfield, Ohio on November 20, 1992 · 4
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Mansfield, Ohio
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Friday, November 20, 1992
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4-a Obituaries Ohio John Datkuhak MANSFIELD John Datkuliak, 83, of Beallsville, brother of Edith Brown of Mansfield, died Nov. 7 In Barnesville Hospital. Mr. Datkuliak, formerly of Powhatan Point, was a retired employee of North American Coal Corporation and a retired farmer. 1 In addition to his sister in Mansfield, he Is survived by his wife, Evelyn Aberegg Datkuliak; a son, Charles Datkuliak of Beallsville; a daughter, Delphia Kindelberger of Beallsville; two brothers, Edwin Datkuliak of Canton and Elmer Datkuliak of Clarington; a sister, Ethel Ramser of Powhatan Point; five grandchildren; and a great-grand-aughter. He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Elizabeth Wasco Datkuliak; a brother, George; and four sisters, Ellen, Mary, Clara and Elsie. Services were held Nov. 11 at Harper Funeral Home in Beallsville. Burial was in Beallsville Cemetery. Orlena M.Schoenman MANSFIELD Orlena M.Schoenman, 90, died Thursday night at Mifflin Care Center. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at the Finefrock Funeral Home. Naomi M. Crum Dubuc SHELBY Naomi M. Crum Dubuc, 72, of 120 Glenwood Drive, Mansfield, died Thursday afternoon in Mansfield General Hospital after a lingering illness. Born on Oct 9, 1920, in Ganges to Glenn and Minnie Guthrie Lybarger, both now deceased, she was a lifelong Shelby area resident Mrs. Dubuc was a member of the First United Church of Christ, the Rizpah Chapter 103 of the Ohio Eastern Star and the advisory board of the Shelby Public Health League. She was a 1938 graduate of Shelby High School. Survivors include two sons and daughters-in-law, John G. and Linda Crum of Centerburg, and David B. and Diane Crum of Shelby, three grandchildren, Casey, Melissa and Michael Crum; one sister, Evelyn Troxell of Shelby; two stepchildren, Michael Dubuc and Sheila McCurry, both of Centerville; and other relatives. She was preceded in death by her first husband, John S. Crum, in 1971 and her second husband, Paul H. Dubuc, in 1989; by one son, Timothy Crum, in 1985; one sister, Janice Cay-wood, in 1980; and one stepdaughter, Sue Rualson, in 1991. Calling hours are today from S to 8 p.m. at the Barkdull Funeral Home, where funeral services will be held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. by the Rev. John J. Bradley, her pastor. Memorial contributions may be made to the Shelby Public Health League and the American Red Cross and left in care of the funeral home. Nathanial 'Nate' Perry, SHELBY - Nathanial "Nate" Perry, 58, resident of Crestwood, Ky., and a former Shelby resident, died Wednesday in Baptist Hospital East in Lousiville, Ky., after a short illness. Born in Radnor, W.Va., on Aug. 6, 1934, to Martin Luther and Martha Marcum Perry, he had been a Shelby resident for 28 years before moving to Kentucky. Mr. Perry was a member of the Ballardsville Baptist Church in Ballardsville, Ky., and the Shelby Masonic Lodge 350 F&AM. He had been employed with the U.S. Bureau of the Census, and was a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving during the Korean Conflict. Suvivors include his wife Carol Long Perry; three daughters, Lucille Brown of Morehead, Ky., Tina Louise Perry and April Lynn Perry, both of Crestwood, Ky.; two grandchildren; two brothers, J.L. Perry of Ashland, Ky., and Denver Perry of Hermitage, Ark.; five sisters, Eloise Taylor of Napa, Calif., Juanita Thompson of Titusville, Fla., Winona Boulier of Orlando, Fla., Ann Workman of Sommersville, W.Va., and Bonnie Ardner of Bellville; and other relatives. He was preceded in death by his parents. Calling hours will be Sunday from 3 to 9 p.m. at the Barkdull Funeral Home, where funeral services will be held Monday at 11 a.m. by the Rev. S.T. Adkins. Burial will be in Oaklad Cemetery. DENTAL HEARING VISION Vbur Companion Policy Issue Age 18-80 Enroll Now Call KEITH COOK Office 886-3424 Home 524-6132 1-800-624-7433 iL-JUH & Attention E FUNERAL DIRECTORS andor PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS FOR SALE TiV PLATES STEEL BURIAL VAULTS "WRINKLE FINISH" MANUFACTURED BY LOCAL FIRM CALL 1 -41 9-468-5230 Emma G. Lambert MANSFIELD Services for Emma G. Lambert, 89, of 1069 Country Club Drive, formerly of Carter County, Ky., will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Globe Funeral Chapel in Olive Hill, Ky., by the Rev. Vergil Masters. Burial will be in Bethel Cemetery at Olive Hill. Calling hours are today from 2 to 4 and 7 to p.m. at the funeral home. Mrs. Lambert died Wednesday in Peoples Hospital after a long illness. She was born Sept. 11, 1903, to Jess and Susie Hall Lawhorn. She was a homemaker and attended the Nazarene Church. Surviving are three sons, Louis, James and Arcus Lambert, all of Mansfield; four daughters, Thelma Abrams, Sadie Fiffe, Frances Stevens and Shelby Jan Barker, all of Mansfield; and 27 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles Walter Lambert, in 1962. Lois A. Messenger McGibney MOUNT VERNON - Lois A. McGibney, 63, of 112 McGibney Road died Thursday at the Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus after a long illness. Born Aug. 22, 1929, in Holidays Cove, W.Va., Mrs. McGibney spent most of her lifetime in the Mount Vernon area and helped her husband operate McGibney's Horse Supply since 1964. She was a member of the Mount Vernon Seventh Day Adventist City Church and had been active with the Galaxy Bowling League in Mount Vernon for several years. Surviving are her husband, William R. McGibney Sr.; a son, William "Rusty" McGibney of Columbus; two daughters, Kathy Dailey and Anita VanWinkle, both of Mount Vernon; two grandchildren; and two brothers, George Everett Messenger and Harold Ray Messenger, both of Tacoma Park, Md. She was preceded in death by her parents, Ray and Marie Cain Messenger. There will be no calling hours. Graveside services will be held Saturday at 10:45 a.m. at the Mount View Cemetery by the Rev. Charles W. Ransom. Memorial services will be held Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at the Mount Vernon Seventh Day Adventist City Church by Pastor Tom Schroer and the Rev. Charles Ransom. Memorial contributions may be made to the Hospice of Knox County, 302 E. High St., Mount Vernon, 43050; or to the Mount Vernon Seventh Day Adventist City Church, 425 S. Edgewood Road, Mount Vernon, 43050. .'; kV v , pr ) a: w A- AY WH: 'iv m . w n I x XtiS- I fcftNjSMxr' 'I U U . i: J ft ! ! 1 L , J LA A u v.'.Ur y Save on easy SAVE 25 Alfred Dunner holiday sportswear SALE '24-45, reg. 32-s60. A great selection of jackets, blouses, sweaters, proportioned pants and skirts. Misses' S M-L-XL, 10-18; plus-sizes 38-44. (D.384) ijwr ana ofnai onces are otte'irg pices only tana may or may " j Bcve o 10X first purchase discount (in most of our departments) . -... i when you open an Instant Credit Account m just 5 mtnutesi I i Replacing steeple Bob and August Hosack of Hosack & Sons Construction Co. remove bricks from the Main Street United Methodist Church on Thursday. The company was hired to remove the existing steeple and replace it with a lighter and taller fiberglass structure. (Photo by Alexander Horvath) Ford engines for 'world car' BROOK PARK, Ohio (AP) The incoming president of Ford Motor Co.'s worldwide operations said Thursday the company will ship 15,000 engines a year to Europe for its new Mondeo "world car." The second of two large engine plants in this Cleveland suburb is being renovated to produce 2.5- and 3.0-liter, six-cylinder engines Ford will put in some 1994 and 1995 models, including the all-new car to replace the current Ford Tempo and Mercury Topaz. Full-scale engine production is to begin in April 1994. Alex Trotman, president-designate of Ford's Worldwide Automotive Group, said the announcement is a good sign for the short-term future of Ford's Brook Park operations. Mondeo, a computer-generated name which is similar to the word for world in several European romance languages, is an all-new, midsize car the No. 2 automaker plans to debut in Europe in March. It replaces the Sierra in Europe. Ford claims Mondeo will succeed where an attempt to make the Escort a world car failed because Ford teams in North America and Europe have worked closely on design and parts specifications. gifts for her weekend SAVE 25-50 All misses' Valerie Stevens sweaters SALE 39.99-69.00, orig. 54-'94 Turtleneck, cowl neck, mock neck and cardigan styles. Choose furblends, merino wools, handknits, more! S-M-L. (D.391) iot at tuck) SQjore rnay not hove resuried in tato& Aerttied mefchandse may tw relaxation: sportswear, SAVE 25 Entire stock of LeviV Dockers SALE 19.50-40.50, reg. '26-s54. Sweaters, shirts, and pants in brights and pastels. Misses' S-M-L 6-16; petites' P-S-M. 4-14; plus-sizes 1X-2X-3X, 16W-24W. (D.313321334) Selection warw bv Jtow Petites. not at Downtown Cleveland Rofcng Acr Scmduwy FucW Squow Canton Centre avaroae at sale pneei tn upcoming sate evwts Sale ends Wednesday Novemoer 25 News Journal, Man involved in sex tape commits suicide FREMONT, Ohio (AP) The anchor of a syndicated television show says she's sorry that a man committed suicide because of publicity about a videotape of him having sex with a woman. But Maureen O'Boyle of "A Current Affair," which broadcast portions of the videotape, said the show isn't responsible for Gary Of-fenburg's death. "I don't think 'A Current Affair,' because we broadcast that, would be responsible. I think it's terrible that his life took such a deadly turn," Ms. O'Boyle said. Offenburg, 49, of Fremont was found dead Wednesday in the basement of his home. Assistant Police Chief Dennis VanWey said Offenburg shot himself in the chest. He was convicted July 30 after pleading no contest to public indecency. A Fremont man videotaped Offenburg and Lynn Eilrich, 36, of Fremont having sex in a pickup truck. The truck was parked in a residential neighborhood. A judge final Offenburg $150 and suspended his 30-day sentence. The man who filmed the couple said he did it because his children saw the two having sex across the street from his home the afternoon of July 20. Police refused to release .ie man's name. Lawmaker alone with tax bill COLUMBUS (AP) A state lawmaker on Thursday introduced a bill raising taxes in Ohio by $1.1 billion a year for education, but apparently didn't talk to leading legislators about it. Rep. John Bara, D-Elyria, proposed raising the state's income tax and the sales tax by 0.5 percent in a bill introduced on his behalf in the House. Bara, who did not seek re-election Nov. 3, was on vacation in Arizona. But aide Loralynn Kadell said Bora didn't consult with House Speaker Vern Riffe, D-Wheelersburg, or other leaders. "It didn't come from above," she said of the bill, adding that Bara has been concerned about school funding and "hopes to get something started." It would be the first increase in either of those major taxes in more than a decade. The increase in the sales tax would yield an estimated $400 million a year, while the increased income tax would bring in about $700 million. The proceeds would be distributed to the schools on a per-pupil basis. IS VKLC.V. I l"- ' f-... o ERECTOR) O Mon. Sat. 105, Frl. 'til 6:30 P.M. John's Hobby Shop J "On Iht Squirt" 526-4426 , . V J "Selection of Compttf Hobby . Supplitt Sine 1977" sweaters, sweatshirts and sweat pants Mansfield, OH Friday, November 20, 1992 Offenburg left a note that spoke in general terms about being unable to go on after messing up his life. It did not specifically link his death to the casa or the publicity, VanWey said. "When everyone hears this, they're going to think it had something to do with it. Whether It did or not is something we'll never really know," he said. But Offenburg's wife, Nancy, blamed her husband's death on publicity. She said he was despondent for months. "It was eating at him so bad that he couldn't take it anymore," she said. The local newspaper reported the story, as did The Associated Press and "A Current Affair." "I'm angry about 'A Current Affair.' I'm angry about the local newspaper. I realize It was news, but they didn't have to keep pushing it," Mrs. Offenburg said. She said her husband "was very, very upset He was seeing a psychologist after it happened because he was just depressed." Mrs. Offenburg said she had forgiven her husband for the affair. "He told me what happened and said he was sorry. I told him I would forgive him and stick by him. And I did," she said. OR. MARTIN GOTTSCHLING CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN 930 Ashland Rd. Mansfield, OH 44905 Laeve your piln with lit. Wa ipaciallza In tht natural, gantlt traatmtnt of bona, muicia and )olnt Kin raiultlng from work, auto, paraonal and ipottt ,unw 589-9927 GOTTSCHLING CHIROPRACTIC CENTER Antwra, quality oara and aflordabla ftaa' SALE 2 FOR $35 Misses, petites' and juniors' fleece Reg. each. Johnny collar, crewneck, henley and drawstring tops; sweat pants and leggings. Misses' and juniors' S-M-L petites' P-S-M. (D32V376399) Poiveste'cctton cocvtvcra tcorxsei maycompony

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