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AUGUST 80, 1987 8UNOAV JCHJRNAL-fiTAR HOME NEBRASKA C 39C Obituaries Btckmann, Clarfrchrlitlna Dtlabor,Annolona Deaths First-time notices Lincoln Pelobar Anna lona. 76, died Thursday. Lincoln. Born, Osceola, Iowa., Gage County resident more than 60 years. Employee Beatrice Develop mental Center, 13 years. Member, First Assembly Of God Church, Beatrice. Survivors: husband, Clifford; sister-in-law, Clara Henrlchs, Beatrice. Services: 2 p.m. Monday. HARMAN MORTUARY, Beatrice. Revs. Lvle and Wauneta McCormack. Mlnl-ser-vice, 7 p.m. Sunday. Rev. David Bio-lev. Evergreen Home Cemetery, Beatrice. Memorials in care of mortuary. Visitation: Sunday, 1-9 p.m., Monday until services. Hastle Florence M. (widow of Hal H.), 88, 6721 L St., died Saturday. Homemaker. Born Hastings. Member, First Evangelical Covenant Church. Survivors: son, George Ervin, La Crescenta, Calif.; brother, Roscoe Roeder, Lincoln; sisters, Mrs. Edith Jacobs, Eugene, Ore., Mrs. Marea Howson, Laguna Hills, Calif.; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; several nieces; nephews. Services: 10 a.m. Tuesday, ROPER & SONS MORTUARY, 4300 O St. The Rev. Stephen Bllynskyl. Wyuka. Potter Leonard A 87, 6439 Ballard Ave., died Friday. Retired acetylene plant attendant. Retired employee, Burlington Railroad Havelock Shops, 27 years. Born Sumner. Member, Methodist Church. Survivors: wife, Ida Jane; son, Lavern, Phoenix; daughters, Phyllis Potter, Mrs. Garth (Martha) Wiltshire, both Lincoln; brother, Ralph, Uklah, Calif.; sister, Mabel Logan, Grants' Pass, Ore.; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Services: 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, MET-CALF FUNERAL HOME, 245 N. 27th St. The Rev. Bob S. Peterson. Lincoln Memorial Park. Memorials to family. Ungry Rita Darlene, 58, 2910 Q St. Lincoln Transportation System bus driver, eight years. Member, Union Steward, Moose Lodge. Survivors: sons; James H Jeffrey L., Schwartz-trauber; Lincoln, Joseph E. Schwartz-trauber, Holland; stepson, Roy; daughters, Mrs. Frank (Linda C.) Corning, Mrs. Randy (Gerry L.) Smith, both of Lincoln, Mrs. Jason (Roxanne) A. Amen, Colorado Springs, Colo.; stepdaughter. Donna Hasso, Des Moines, Iowa; brother Cecil Petrie, Calif.; sisters, Betty Petrie, Creston, Iowa, Eleanor, Afton, Iowa; 12 grandchildren. Services: Pending, METCALF FUNERAL HOME, 245 N. 27th St. Nebraska Beckmann Clara Christina, 97, Tecumseh, died Saturday. Survivors: sons, The Rev. Reinhard Beckmann, Syracuse, Walter, Omaha, The Rev. Elmer, Corona, Calif., Merlin, Tecumseh, Wayne, Novata, Calif.; daughters, Mrs. Ernest (Edna) Elsenhauer, Burr, Mrs. Elmer (Dorothy) Kroeger, Mesa, Ariz., 30 grandchildren; 54 great-children; seven . great-greatgrandchildren. Services: 2 p.m. Tuesday, St. John Lutheran Church, Sterling. The Rev. Clayton Skurdahl. Hope Lutheran Cemetery, Burr. Memorials to St. John Lutheran Church, Hope Lutheran Church, Burr. TONSING-FUS-SELMAN-PERRY FUNERAL HOME, Syracuse. ' Gekas James M., 30, Arizona, died Friday. Survivors: parents, James and Ruth Gekas, Michigan; sister, Mrs. Brad (Susan) Desy, Florida; grandfather, Carl Scholl, Beatrice. Memorial services: Wednesday afternoon. Wyuka Chapel, Lincoln. KUIPER FUNERAL HOME, Highland, Ind. Havlovlc Anna M., 94, Wllber, died Friday in Lincoln. Survivors: sons, Robert, Donald, both Lincoln, William, Wllber; daughter, Mrs. Stanley (Evelyn) Vales, Wllber; three grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; Services: 10 a. m. Monday, St. Wen-ceslaus Catholic Church, Wllber. Father Nicholas Baker. Wllber Czech Cemetery. Rosary: 7:30 P.m. Sunday, Zaiicek Funeral Home, Wllber. Hilt-Brott Patrick Lynn, Infant son of Douglas Brott and Sharon Hilt, Scotts-dale, Ariz., died Friday. Survivors: parents; grandparents, Alice Brott, Lincoln, Raymond and Faye Hilt, Marion, Ohio. Memorial services: Tuesday, Scotts-dale, Ariz. Government appeals revenue-sharing ruling WASHINGTON (AP) - The government is asking an appeals court to overturn a ruling that directed the Reagan administration to release $180 million in aid that was withheld from cities and counties under the Gramm-Rudman-Hollings deficit-reduction law. The Justice Department served notice Tuesday that it wants the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals here to overturn the July 28 ruling by U.S. District Judge Joyce Hens Green, who declared that the (180 million was illegally transferred from the revenue-sharing trust fund to the general treasury in 1988. IpageeC Peonies aid a taproot and no signs of disease. Replant healthy divisions after dusting cut surfaces with a fungicide such as zineb. ; Peonies have few insect problems but do become infected with a number of flower and foliage diseases. Cutting the plants to the ground in the fall and removing diseased parts or failing plants as soon as you see them will help control a number of disease problems. Neollnetips Today Secrets to effective parenting Monday Pststalns Tuesday onctfpet Wednesday Fatigue Thursday Friday Fantfly communication enjjejevjejon Gekas, James M. Harger, Glenn H. Hastle, Florence M. Havlovlc Anna M. Hllt-Brott, Patrick Lynn Hutchison, Travis L. Jackwn, Claude G. Jurgens, Gregg Karst, Norman W. Kennedy, Helen M, Kenney, John E. Kouma, Ernest Mayffeld, Mildred Nichols, Roy Jt Olsen, Irmlne E. Porter, Leonard A, Rothle,Corl , (pilker, Herman C Stork, Lloyd J. Ulrlch, JackL. Ungry, Rita Darlene Williams, James U YOS.F.W. H,,?n r Trav, L Beatrice, a ed Wednesday. Member, senior class, Beatrice High School. Survl-vors: wife, Donna; parents, Lonnle, Karen, Beatrice; brothers, Tim, Tony, Terry, Tracev. all Beatrice; sister. Tambarlle, Beatrice; grandparents, Alma, Walt Coon, Beatrice, Betty Williams, Portland, Ore. -Services: 2 p.m. Monday, Griffiths-Hovendlck Mortuary, Beatrice. Copt. Christine LaTourneau. Evergreen Home Cemetery, Beatrice. Visitation after 11 a.m. Saturday until services, funeral home. Memorials to Beatrice High School Scholarship Fund care of funeral home. Karst Norman W 33, Crete, died Friday In Lincoln. Survivors: wife, Lisa M.; son, Davlon, Crete; father, Milton, Falls City; mother. Alice Movers, Boise, Idaho; grandmother, Mary Spencer, Garden Grove. Calif; brothers, Tom, Wllber, Larry, Terry, both Geneva; sisters, Saundra Karst, Wllber, Mrs. Bill (Pam) Hill, Geneva, Mrs. Mike (Paula) Fritz, Falls City; half brother, Fernando, Falls City; half sister, Vloleta, Falls City. Services: 2 p.m. Monday. KUNCL FUNERAL HOME, Crete, Father Victor Stachowlak. Steele Cemetery, Falls City. Memorials accepted. Kennedy Helen M., 59, Plortsmouth, died Thursday. Survivors: husband, Claude; sons, Bob, Plattsmouth, Davie Gibson, San Francisco, Calif.; mother, Mrs. Margaret Gibson, Plattsmouth; sisters, Mrs. Steve (Hazel) Walker, Omaha, Darlene Duncan, Lincoln, Arlene Valdez, Omaha; four grandchildren. Services: 2 p.m. Monday, Fusselman-Perry-Robey Funeral Horn Chapel, Plattsmouth. The Rev. Gary Gronzot-to. Oak Hill Cemetery, Plattsmouth. Visitation: 1-9 p.m. Sunday, funeral home. Nichols Roy J., 73, .Falls City. Born, Bentonville,. Ark. Armbruster Motor Co. salesman. Member, St. Peter and Paul's Catholic Church, Foils City. Survivors: wife, Eleanor; son, LeRoy, Falls City; daughter, Regina Strauss, Falls City; sisters, Dorothy Bates, San Jose, Calif., Julia Parrlsh, El Dorado, Kan.; brother, Luther, Ontario, Ore.; six grandchildren; one great-granddaughter. Service: 11 a.m. Tuesday, St. Peter and Paul's Catholic Church. Falls City Catholic Cemetery. Rosary, 7:30 P.m. Monday, Clark Funeral Home, Falls City. Olsen Irmlne E., 77, (widow of Kenneth), Wahoo, died Friday in Omaha. Born Sracyvllle, Iowa. Wahoo resident since 1936. Self-employed hairdresser, 51 years. Member, FOE Aerie 2971 Auxiliary, Wahoo, St. Wenceslaus Church, Wahoo. Survivors: son, Leon, Wahoo, daughters, Diane Olsen, Lincoln, Mrs. Ken (Ann) Bird, Omaha; sisters, Belle Keltges, Lincoln, Mrs. Roy (Dorothy) Wageman, Sracyvllle, Iowa, Mrs. Gus (Lee) Neuhaus, Mason City, Iowa; three grandsons. Services: 10 a.m. Tuesday, St. Wenceslaus Church, Wahoo. The Rev. Lawrence Gyhra, Msgr. Raymond Wageman. St. Francis Cemetery, Wahoo. Scriptural wake service, 7:30 - p.m. Monday, svoboda Funeral HOME. Visitation: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, one hour before service, funeral heme. ? Rathle Carl, 69, York, died Friday. Lifetime York County farmer and live- stock feeder, Survivors: brothers, Everett, Gresham, Harry, York; sisters, i Selma Junker, Green River, 'Wyo., Elnora Mikulln, Burllngame, Calif., nieces and nephews. ' Services: 2 P.m. Tuesday, Emmanuel Lutheran Church, York. York Greenwood Cemetery., Memorials to Church. METZ MORTUARY, York.. ' Spllker Herman C, 89, Beatrice, died Friday. Survivors: wife, Gertie; sons, Daniel, Tustln, Calif., Dewane, rural Beatrice; brothers, Henry, Charlie, both Beatrice; sister, Mrs. Louise He-Imke, Beatrice; five grandchildren. Services: 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, St. John Lutheran Church, Beatrice. Evergreen Horn Cemetery, Beatrice. Family p rover service: 10:15 a.m. Tuesday, church chapel. Memorials to Voice of St. John, care of Griffiths-Hovendlck Chapel, Beatrice. Stork Llovd J., 67, Fremont, died Thursday. Survivors: wife, Gladys; daughters, Mrs. Duane (Kathy) Kie-kow, Fremont, Mrs. Gary (Edie) Schlelger, Mrs. James (Gail) Perry, both Lincoln; stepmother, Esther Stork, Blair; two grandchildren. Services: 1:30 P.m. Monday, Trinity Lutheran Church, Fremont. Rev. Donald Levenhagen. Memorial Cemetery, Fremont. Visitation 5-9 p.m. Saturday, , 1-9 p.m. Sunday, Ludvlgsen Mortuary, Fremont. Memorials to church. Ulrlch Jack L 26, Wymore, died Friday near Lagrange, Ind. Born Beauford, S.C. Truck driver, Koch Truck Lines, Sabetha, Kan. Survivors: wife, Dorothy (Percival); father, Jack, Bremerton, Wash.; mother, stepfather, Sandy, Jack Harper, Pawnee City; brother, Clifford Harper, Marysvllle, Kan.; sister, Betty Ho-hensee, Plckrell; grandparents, Nellie Ulrlch, Castle Rock, Wash., Cliff, Dorothy Leemaster, Marysvllle, Kan.; great-grandmother, Jennie Leemaster, Marysvllle, Kan. Memorial services: 10:30 a.m. Monday, Wymore Church of Christ. Cremation. Blue Springs Cemetery. Memorials to family. Williams James L. "Cop," 80, Kearney, died Friday. Born Gentry, Ark. Kearney resident 40 years. Kearney State College graduate, 1934. Kearney State College, Kearney High School, Kearney Junior High School teacher, retired 1972. Kearney State College Athletic Hall of Fame, 1980. Member, First United Methodist Church, Elks Lodge 984, Kearney, Kearney State - College Alumni Association. Survivors: wife, Frances; son, Richard, Scottsbluff; daughters. Nodia Meyer, Callaway, Sandra Towne, Torrlngton, Wyo.; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Services: 2:30 p.m. Monday, First United Methodist Church, Kearney. Revs. Richard Turner, Al Winseman. Kearney Cemetery. Memorials to Good Samaritan Hospital Hospice Fund or Kearney State College Alumni Association. Funerals Paid notices for previous listings Lincoln Nebraska Jackson Claude G 80, 1427 N. 19th St., died Friday. Services: 10 a.m. Monday, METCALF FUNERAL HOME, 245 N. 27th St. Rev. Albert Winseman. Hallam Cemetery. Pallbearers: Arthur Bartzatt, Sterling Legate, Billy Winter, Dean Barney, Clyde Grant, Donald Schroer. Jurgens Gregg, 22, Louisville, Ky., formerly of Lincoln, died Monday. Memorial services: 2 p.m. Friday, First Lutheran Church, 1551 S. 70th St. Pastor LaVern Grose. Mayfield Mildred, 84, 1313 Eldon Drive., died Wednesday In Redwood City, Calif. Services: 11 a.m. Monday, First Presbyterian Church, Hutchinson, Kan. Fairlawn Cemetery, Hutchinson. Memorial services 10 a.m. Thursday, Clark Jeary Memorial Manor, 1313 Eldon Drive. Dr. Glover Leitch. Memorials to Christian Children's Fund Inc., Richmond, VA 23261, Eastrldge Presbyterian Church, or First Presbyterian Church, Hutchinson. Yos F.W. -Bill," 81, 1130 H St. Apt. 102, died Thursday. Survivors: wife, Esther (Plett); son, Jerrold, Boston; daughter, Jan Amos, Albuquerque, N.M.; brothers, Paul, Milan, Ray-burn, Green City, Mo.; sister, Martha McRae, Trenton, Mo.; stepmother, Eunice Yos, Milan, Mo.; eight grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Services: 1:30 p.m. Monday, WAD-LOW'S MORTUARY, 1225 L St. Burial in Green City, Mo. Cremation. Visitation 3-8 p.m. Sunday, mortuary. Memorials to American Cancer Society or Heart Fund. Realty Permits Mora than MS, 000 Lee. Suk Y., 6930 Woodstock Ave., residence and garage, 198,000. . GodMn, Clint, 8521 A St, residence and garage. I150.O0O. Tlmka. Larry. 4008 S. 80th St, raekfenco and garage. 185,000. Sapp. Todd 0., 2504 0 St, raataurant, $220,555. Marnitto Bros.. 6831 Kipling Circle, residence and garage, 191.000. Manzitto, Sam, 7108 Gtynoaki Drive, residence and garaoe. 1 120,000. Lincoln Telephone Co.. 8401 OM Cheney Road, telephone equipment building, 150.000. Walgal. Robert, 681 1 0 St, rsMaurant coolers, SI 35.000. Anderaon, Rodney. 6539 Crooked Creak Drive, raeidance and garage, 57,000. - Judaon Cashing, 601 N. 27th St, addition to exitting building, e45,Q00. Snk. Norman K., 3939 Stockwell Circle, residence and garage, 79, 138. R.C ttniepar Development Co., 6120 Redbud Circle, eervice commercial, eheH only, SI 20.000. St. Bbabath Madtoal Center, 555 S. 70th St, parking lot 200,000. t. Bbabeth Community Health Center, 65S S. 70th, medical addition, $1,344,368. kVaatar Conatmotlon Inc.. 3220 Sequoia Drive, residence end garage. $70,000. Breatar CunaliuoOon tno 6225 S. Bennington Place, raaidance end garage, $68,000. Jaooba, Vlaoonal end Jacobs Cc 6100 0 St, retail. $47,765. Canon and BamvaM, 1228 N. 27th St, retail restaurant S 1 88,000. Harger Glenn H., 79, Murdock, died Thursday. Member, United Methodist Church, Murdock. Survivors: wife, Llllle; sons, LaWayne, Saint Louis, Mich., Stanley, St. Louis, Mo.; brother, Fred, Springdole, Ark.; sisters, Bess Gamlln, South Bend, Opal Grant, Lincoln; two grandchildren. Services: 10:30 a.m. Monday, United Methodist Church, Murdock. Rev. Dan Safarik. Callahan Cemetery, Murdock. Visitation 1-8:30 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Sunday, COLBERT FUNERAL HOME, Elmwood. Kenney John E., 79, Dorchester, died Thursday. Member, Mllford Masonic Blue River Lodge 30, 25-year-member Dorchester Volunteer Fire Dept. Formerly owned, operated barber shop, cafe in Dorchester. Survivors: wife, Bertha; daughter, Mrs. Earl (Karen) Parks, Beatrice; sister, Mrs. Mildred Hatheway, Southern Pines, N.C.; . three grandsons; great-grandson. Services: 2 p.m. Monday, MOORE'S FUNERAL HOME, Friend. Dorchester Cemetery. Rev. Charles Gates. Masonic graveside services by Mllford Blue River Lodge 30. Kouma Ernest, 68, Davey, died Thursday. Funeral Mass: 10 a.m. Monday. St. Mary's Catholic Church, Davey. Rev. Rudy Obornv. St. Patrick's Cemetery, Davey. Pallbearers: Bill Hansen, Dave Holla, BUI Nissen, Joe Gillan, Lvle Hornung, Jim Mara. Honorary pallbearers: Roger, John Dahl, John Otte, Ed Vomacka, Kenny Hansen, Ed Kqlser, George Kahler, Larry, Wes Hornung, Rudy Hallo, Roger Anderson, Bob Petska. Rosary 7 p.m. Sunday, METCALF FUNERAL HOME, 245 N. 27th St. Memorials to family. l m m a aa. m Mm e Bel Forecast for Sunday evening with high temperatures Extended: Tuesday through Thursday: Mild, scattered showers In east Tuesday and across state Wednesday, Thursday, highs 70s, lows around 50 west to mid to upper 50s east. Lincoln ' Precipitation: 24 hours ending mldnlght:0.00; month to date:6.39; normal month to date:3. 20; year to date:25.82; normal year to date:20.48 Sunset Sunday: 8:03 p.m.; sunrise Monday: 6:52 a.m. : . Saturday's high: 84; overnight low: 56. Temperature year ago this date: high: 82; low: 60. Average this date: high: 84; low: 59. Record this date: high: 103, 1913; low: 4Z 1915. Temperatures: Saturday's High, Low Alnworth ...... .$ M Grand Island., St North Ptotft 54 Alliance ..... St 47 Kearney $7 57 Omaha ...-.. M Beatrice..... S2 41 McCaok.....M W SS Ord St SS-, Columbus. $7 S4 Mullen 1 51 Scottblu 4. FolUCItv ....... - - Norfolk . St SS Valentine.--... $1 SI Forecasts: Monday's High, Low Forecasts ' Lincoln-Eastern Nebraska: Partly cloudy and breezy, Isolated early morning showers Sunday, high around 80. Clear and cooler Sunday night, low around 50. Mostly sunny Monday, high 75 to 80. Nebraska: Partly cloudy, breezy east, Isolated morning showers southeast Sunday, highs upper 70s north, lower to mld-SOs south. Clear Sunday night, lows upper 40s to lower 50s. Mostly sunny Monday, highs upper 70s to lower 80s. Grand lttand Nortolk Albuouerojue-Ancnoroge Atlanta . Bolton Brownsville. Chlcooo Cincinnati ...... DalFt.Worm. Det Moines .. H L 75 SO North Platta $0 S3 Omaha H L St S Detroit St S3 Foreo. eg 71 Helenc tf 57 Honolulu M 7S Houston $1 SI KansasCltv. 77 M LosVeeos-. 77 99 LosAneetot.n. 7J SS M Miami Beach- St n 51 MatsSt. Paul. SO SI S3 New Orleans.. 1 H SO 7$ H 74 17 of n 47 ScatttMuff.-. SO Valentine. L 50 New York 57 PttOVnlX eeeeeeeaee 4f Portland, Me- 73 Rapid Cltv n 73 St.Louls....... S3 SS Salt Lake Cltv. 103 71 San Francisco. M Seattle $1 Stoun Foils. 54 Woshlnaton m 71 Wlctllto. H L S3 SO, N L 7 42 107 S3 0 54 n 5 S3 5 M 40 75 54 53 57' Si 53 54 74 ' SI SS Legacy of Johnny Gosch lives on Police respond quickly when children missing DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Late one recent night, Urbandale police got a breathless call from a man saying a hitchhiker had made off with his new luxury car and had taken his 7-year-old son as welL Police jumped to action, and instantly notified the FBI. Several years ago, the procedure might have been different Then, reports of runaway or missing children were filed, but police assumed the children would show up soon unharmed, and they were usually correct That was before Johnny Gosch, a West Des Moines paperboy, turned up missing five years ago Sept 5. The lonely search continues for Gosch, now 17 if he's alive, but the legacy of the case has made police keenly aware of missing children cases. After the call in Urbandale, police instantly flashed descriptions of the car and driver to law officers in the area. Soon, they were broadcast statewide. Nearby states were notified and the descriptions were put in a national crime computer. As a matter of policy, FBI agents rushed to the Urbandale station and agents of the state Division of Criminal Investigation also converged there. The news media were notified. "We used to wait 24 hours," said Lt Delbert King, who handled the Urban-dale case, "But then with the Johnny Gosch case, we kind of saw the falacy in that" As it turned out the Urbandale case was a false alarm. Six hours after it began, the boy was safely with his grandmother. The father, a discouraged drifter, was charged with filing a false report There have been no happy endings for the Gosch family, however. "The pain doesn't diminish," said his mother, Noreen Gosch, who has given up her publicity campaign to get Johnny back. "A lot of people say to us. 'I suppose it's easier now that it's five years.' But it isn't You hear a particular song that was his favorite ... it pierces the heart" She remembers the last time she saw him, the night of Sept 4. "He walked up to me, he was already taller than me, and he said, 'Mom, 111 always love you, remember that I'll never forget it" The next morning, Johnny left to deliver the Sunday Des Moines Register. His wagon full of papers was found but the boy disappeared without a trace. Mrs. Gosch blames slow police response for letting the abductors get away. Lt Lyle McKinney, the West Des Moines detective who has coordinated the investigation, said only, "We did what we thought was right" Soon, however, there were massive searches and huge rewards, along with a sustained media campaign by Mrs. Gosch and her husband, John, to find the boy. The case was made all the more painful with false reports. Dollar bills bearing the message "I am alive" were found, and the Gosches were swindled of more than $11,000 by a Saginaw, Mich., man who claimed the boy was being held prisoner in Mexico. Robert Herman Meier, now 21, was convicted of fraud and is in prison. Posters bearing Johnny's picture were sent across the country. Enormous pictures and messages were pasted on the sides of semitrailer trucks. The Gosches blasted police, saying they were dragging their feet "There have been critics who were outraged with us because we fought for our child," said Mrs. Gosch recently. "Does this mean they wouldn't fight for their own children?" In the spring of 1984, the Iowa Legislature approved what was known as the Johnny Gosch Bill requiring police to respond immediately to missing children cases. A month after it went on the books, Aug. 12, there was a second disappearance with eerie similarities. Eugene Martin, then 13, vanished while delivering the same newspaper to a southside Des Moines area. Again, it was a Sunday morning. As in the Gosch case, there were no witnesses. Police responded rapidly this time, but no trace was found The boy's father, Don Martin, said recently he is convinced his son is alive and has been forced to be someone's slave, perhaps overseas. Because of similarities between the cases, many investigators suspect a connection, but it has never been proven. Mrs. Gosch said she knows the name and address of a man who was involved, v-"He is under observation. Well wait -until he makes a mistake," she said. . . "Someone who would steal one child and then come back and steal another could very well take a third one." i Sam Swaim of the DCI declined to -say whether there was a suspect .-".. "We continue to pursue leads in the -Gosch case, although they're getting few ., and far between," he said. The Gosches testified before congressional hearings and worked toward crea- -., tion of the National Center for Missing . .. and Exploited Children in 1984. "The Johnny Gosch case was one of -. several cases that gained national atten-tion and made it clear that the issue of missing children was a national issue," . -said Barbara Chapman, spokeswoman for the center. In its first three years, she said, the S center fielded reports of 14,735 cases. Of ' " those, 7,967 children were found alive and 90 were found dead. The rest re-mained unaccounted for. " - Of the reports, almost all are either " runaways or stealings by relatives, usu- : ally parents who dont have custody.-Only 432 were abducted by strangers. Of ' those, 179 have been returned and 63 are ' dead. The rest are missing. 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