Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 7, 1992 · 21
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' WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1992 ' LINCOLN, i Deaths Anderson, Phi E. - Anderson, Sidney 8. Bay, Emma D. Boettcher, Elaine A. Champa, Flavia Waters Gugat Anna Marie Hetrick, Clarence C. KorbeUk, James A. ; . McGowan, Shirley M. - Messineo, Anthony 0. Sr. ' PracheM, Frank D. ' Pynn, Grace E., Reimers, Rudolph Ruykt, Frelda B. Swanson, Frances E 1 Todter, Emma M. Vermaas, Louise t Weishahn, Eleanor R. ; Werner, Eugene 0. This newspaper runs, free of charge, a one-time notice of any death In Lincoln, in the Nebraska area served by the newspaper, or of any former longtime resident. Publication after that first day requires pay-mem of a fee and win be labeled as paid. Lincoln "Anderson Phi E., 70, 4233 Orchard St., died Monday (10592). Retired animal sol-' ms SHOWTlwitS FCM TODAY OnCVI KuwFiLiray(R) t.-gg ELJKJUl(Pfi) K3t:5SET(B) lgjg PWR53T6fi3(B) BaSiSiaSTSST(B) : $$$$ MmilS(P813) CSSLWSfiL0(Pfi13) ajoooo 1 . 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Member, St Luke's United Methodist Church. Survivors: wife, Mary Jo; son, Gary, Lincoln; son, daugh-ter-Waw, Paul and Lot! Lincoln; daughter. . Donna Anderson, Eagle; daughters, sons-In-law, Marsha and John Hatgidakis, Mkv ; neapolis, Karen and Brent Nelson, Sioux City, Iowa; brothers, sisters-in-law, Vem and Grace, Lincoln, Harold and Carol, Davey, Glen and Bonnie, Ceresco; sister, brother-kvlaw, Roma and Eari Voss, PayneavBe, Minn.; Services: 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Roper & Sons Mortuary, 4300 O St The Rev. G. Wesly Ballard. Memorials, St Luke's United Methodist Church. -Paid Anderson Sidney S., 83, 1616 8. 58th ' St., died Monday (10592). Retired co-owner, Latsch's, Inc. Bom Havetock. Member, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, church lay reader, treasurer, Scottish Rite, Sesos-tris Scimitar Patrol, Cabrini, Jesters. Past potentate, Sesostris Temple of the Shrine. Past president, state and Lincoln Junior Chambers of Commerce (Jaycees), Lincoln Downtown Rotary Club 14 "The Old Gang," Regional Stationers Association. , Former member, Lincoln Downtown Development Association. Past worshipful master. Lancaster Lodge 54, AF&AM. Survivors: wife, Vekta E.; son, Sidney E. Fsarv cho Murteta, Calf.; brother. Dale, Charle-, voix, Mich.; sisters, Thelma Kerns. Lincoln, Sylvia Carol, Lavonia, Mich.; four grand-chldren; great-granddaughter. . Services: 2 p.m. Friday, Holy Trinity Epte- m "1D n niioer - Gary Franklin, KCOP-TV, LOS ANGELES Kfl U COLUMBIA PICTURES i H tUUillw mi DID SZLtAX SUMO) iwmpmnHCtynnrrmxl IL WOW HOWINOI - N S6m ano HWy'. 2 "21 -3330? 7 12w i 'P PH: 477-1234 : Now Showing! 5:10-7:30-9:50 HERO(PG13) 5:3U-r:45-s:S5 f MR. BASEBALL (PG13) 5:15-7:30-9:45 , HUSBANDS ANO WIVES (R) 5:30-7:45-9:45 T SNEAKERS (PG13) 5:05-7:20-9:35 wJMMmMI INNOCENT BLOOD (R) 5:15-7:30-9:45 VBOB ROBERTS (R) 5:30-7:30-9:30 SINGLES (PG13) 5:20-7:20-8:20 MR. SATURDAY NIGHT (R) 5:10-7:30-9:50 VHER0(PG) 5:20-7:40-9:55 I: tAST OF THE MOHICANS (R) i 5:10-7:30-8:50 $ COMPLETE rAA. a CALL NOW FOR A NO OBLIGATION APPOINTMENT - ' Or. Knla) Piper, Ctt ' ' Dr. Kaytyn Jsckmsn, 0.0, -Dr.Miichell8aurs,aD. Jusrtmesd fe best any sua advertised I I it v J copal Church, 6001 A St Lincoln Memorial Park. Visitation: untl noon Friday, Roper & Sons Mortuary, 4300 O St No visitation at church. Memorials to Shriners Hospitals for Crippled Chldren. 1717 Ycfande Ave., or to Alzhelmers Association, Suite 1101 Comhusker Highway, Lincoln, NE 68521. . Boettcher Elaine A., 63. Greenwood, died Tuesday (10692) Carnanager, Rath Travelers km, Survivors: husband, John; sons. Garland Bartlng, Sorrento, Fla., Larry, Richardson, Texas, Jerome, Parka, Ark., Gene, Eknwood; daughters. Sandra Pesek, Sharon Goodses, both Ord, Jayne Brockoff, Etmvood; brother, Leo Whee- lock, Fremont; 21 grarxttiMren; great-grandchM. . , ,.. Services: 11 am Friday, Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th St. Visitation; after noon Thursday, funeral home. Memorials to farriy. Champ Flavia Waters (widow of John Leland), 90, 1301 Lincoln Mas, died Tuesday (10692). Retired 62-year professional Instructor of dance. Nebraska author. Graduated, Uncoin High School, University , of Nebraska. Received honorary doctorate degree of humane letters, 1986. Member, Campfire Girls "Bright Eyes" hstatheom. ba, Girt Scouts of America honorary member, Red Cross, Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. Junior League, PEO Chapter K. Waiting Club, Wooden Spoons, Westerners, Ne-, braska Historical Society, University Foundation, First Plymouth Congregational Church, Lincoln Chamber of Commerce Woman's DMstton, University of Nebraska Alumni Association, Chancelors Qub. Honorary He member, Dance Institute of Lincoln, Nebraska Associate of Dance Teachers. Pinewood Bowl Productions choreographer, adviser, several years. Sur- . vivors: nephew, niece, James and Faith Waters and family, Framingham, Mass; niece, nephew, Janey and Fred Wright and family, Armor, N.Y.; many nieces, nephews; great-nieces; great-nephews; great- , great-nieces; great-great-nephews. . Memorial services: 2 p.m. Oct 18, First Plymouth Congregational Church, 20th and D streets. Memorials to University Foundation to the John L and Flavia W. Champa Anthropological Scholarship, University of Nebraska-Uncoln; Lied Center for Performing Arts; Nebraska Historical Society or donor's choice. Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th SL Gugat Anna Marie, 83, 4000 Huntington St, No. 8, died Tuesday (106792). Home-maker. Member, Zion Lutheran Church, Garland. Survivors: sons, Marvin Wpper-Ing, Marathon, Iowa, Meivin Wipperiing, Missouri Valley, Iowa, Mertn Wipperlng, Norfok, Wilfred Gugat, Brook Park, Minn., Roy Gugat Hickman, L Lee Gugat, Sioux City, Iowa; daughters, Martha Mewis, Norfok, Mabel Sigert, PUger, Elizabeth Marshal, Harvard, Eva Martin, Omaha, Betty Mace, Sioux City, Iowa; sisters, Minnie Roewert, Tfcien, Lorraine McKendree, Lincoln, Alee Brown, Nikiski. Alaska; 53 grancfchikJren; 59 great-grancthldren. ; -Services: 1 p.m. Friday, St Johns Lu-. theran Church, 28th and Jackson streets, Sioux City. Iowa, Visitation: untl 9 p.m. Wednesday, 8 a.m.-noon Thursday, Met-calf Funeral Home, 245 N. 27th St. Further viewing: 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Meyer Bros. Colonial Chapel, Sioux City, Iowa Memorials, Zion Lutheran Church, Garland. Hetrick Clarence C. 85. 4241 N. 61st St, No. 801, died Monday (105792) In Grand Island. Employed, Roberts Dairy, 32 years. Army veteran. Member, Raymond United Methodist Church, FOE Aerie 147, Moose Lodge, VFW Post 131, al Lincoln, American Legion, Valparaiso. Survivors: : wife, Helen; stepson, Howard McVay, : Ogalala; stepdaughter, LaVema Lorchick , . Raymond; 10 gandchldren; 20 great-ffwdchldren; nieces; nephews. . ,' Services: 9 a.m. Saturday, Roper & Sons Havekxk Chapel, 6037 Havetock Ave. ;- emorials to Raymond Methodist Church, Raymond, or Northeast Senior Center, Lincoln. Messineo Anthony O. Sr., 81, 630 S. 55th St, died Monday (10592). Survivors: , wife, Josephine "Jo"; sons, daughters-in-law, Anthony Jr. "Tony" and Carmen, " Ronald J. and Carol, both Lincoln; daughter, son-in-law, Mary Jo and Larry Seaman, Spalding; brother, Michael J., Uncoin; sister, Josephine N. Messineo. Lincoln; eight grandchildren; great-granddaughter. Funeral Mass: 10:30 a.m. Friday, St Joseph's Cathode Church, 1940 S. 77th St. Monsignor Myron Pleskac. Calvary Cemetery. Pallbearers: Michael, Anthony, Joey, Danny Messineo, Ted, Matthew Atesio. Honorary pallbearers: Brian Washington, - Jeff Carter. Rosary: 7 p.m. Thursday, Butherus-Maser & Love Mortuary, 4040 A St. Memorials to Adoration Convent, or St Teresa's Catholc Church. Paw Pynn Grace E., 79, 436 Gaslight Lane, died Monday (105792). Retired salesclerk, O.S.I. DAILY WEAR SOFT CONTACTS INCLUDES THE (cJUlto BJb1d V'si if FOCALS $ 1". OMAHA CLOCKTOWER VILLAGE 717No. 98th Street t (Just Eastol Weslroads) 399-2000 Bring In an sd wl a lower pries.. WEU BEAT ITII Hovtand-Swanson Department Store. Bom ' Wisconsin. Member, Evangelcat Lutheran Church, LOVE, Tetocare programs. RSVP volunteer. Survivors: husband, Edward C; sons, Robert, Donald Holman, both Lincoln; daughter, Grace Waktman, Lincoln; 11 oandchUren; seven ct-grandchl- dren. , ." ; . Memorial services: 2 p.m. Thursday, Evangelical United Lutheran Church, 5945 Fremont St The Rev. Robert Lundgren. No viewing. Body donated to Nebraska Anatomical Board. Memorials in sou of flowers to farriy, in care of 436 Gaslight Lane, Lincoln, NE 68521. Metcalf Funeral Home, 245 N. 27th St Pow Reimers Rudolph (widower of Betty), 86, 1 Ogalala, died Monday (105792). Survivors: sons, daughters-in-law, Kent and Annette, Trenton, Kirk and Chartene, Uncoin: brother, sister-in-law, Ben and Judy, Boulder, Cob.; sisters. Luela Eichner, Brighton, Cob., Vkxa Berry, Wauneta; nine grand- ; chldren; seven grandchldren. ' Services: 11 a.m. Thursday, St Paul's Lu-.. theran Church, Ogalala. Memorials to church. Draucker Funeral Home, Ogalala. -PqW Ruyto Frelda B., 75, Lincoln, died Tuesday (10692). Homemaker. Survivors: son, ; Roy, Lfcerty; daughter, Betty Radebaugh, Uncoin, daughter, son-in-law, Susan and Herman Harm, Lincoln; sister, Marie Reed, Ontario, Calf.; nine grarxichldren, nine oeet-canclchldren. ' Services: 1 p.m. Thursday, Butherus- , Maser & Love Mortuary, 4040 A St The Rev. Donald Stekter. Visitation: untl 9 p.m. - Wednesday, 9 a.m.-noon Thursday. Graveside service: 3 p.m. Thursday, Ever- : green Home Cemetery, Beatrice. Memori-' als to Nebraska Heart Association. Poid Swanson Frances E., 77, 1810 E St, , died Monday (105792). Retired salesclerk, cashier, Edison Brothers Shoe Co. Mem-; bar, American Legion AuxHary. Survivors: sons, Paul, Denver, David, Bonnet, Joe, , San Francisco; brother, Robert Thompson, BeSevue, Wash.; sister, Peggy Thompson; eight cajKktfdren, six peat-gjandchit- dren. " Memorial services: 11 a.m. Thursday, Roper & Sons Mortuary, 4300 O St The Rev. John Smeltzer. Burial of ashes, Yankee HI. Honorary paSbearers: Debbie Kiser, Jack, Lisa Krueger, Joan Saver, Co-rlssa, GJna, Laura, Mark, Mke Swanson. 'Memorials to family. " Poid Vermaas Louise, 79, 3640 S. Foteom St, died Monday (105792). Homemaker. Member, Westminster Presbyterian Church. Past state chairman, Nebraska LaoTes Golf Association. Past chairman, Lincoln Ladies - Golf Association, Uncoin Women's Bowling Association, State PTA board. Survivors: husband, Roy T., daughter, sort-in- ' law Carol Sue and Larry Fuerst Lincoln; brothers, Joe Wmterhalter, Uncoin, Harold . Adams, Hurley, Miss.; sister, Fern Henderson, Springfield, Ohio; grandchldren, Mrs. Ron (Corf) Moeler, Amy Fuerst; nieces, nephews.' - ;" Services: 11 a.m. Friday. Westminster Presbyterian Church, 2110 Sheridan Blvd. Memorials to Westminster Presbyterian Church.or Tabitha ' Hospice Program. Roper & Sons Mortuary, 4300 O St Weishahn Eleanor R. (widow of Lyle). 63, 3710 St Marys Ave., died Tuesday (10692). Bookkeeper, James Aten CPA. Bom Sutton. Member, St Mark's Evange-cal Lutheran Church, St Mark's Ladies Aid, Helpful Homemakers Extension Qub. Survivors: son, Douglasand Ma, Lincoln; . daughter, Donna Wegner, Lincoln; brother, Don Boehter, Lodi, Calf.; sisters, Mrs. Robert (Irene) Colbom, Judy DeUsa, both Lincoln; stepbrother, Charles Beachamp, Lincoln; three grandchldren. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday, St. Mark's Evangefcal Lutheran Church, 3930 S. 19th St Visitation: untl 9 p.m. Friday, Roper & Sons Mortuary, 4300 O St Memorials to St Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church or, Heartland Hospice Program, In care of St Elizabeth Community Health Center. Nebraska Bay Emma D. (widow of Theodore), 87, Adams, formerly Lincoln, died Tuesday (10692). Homemaker. Bom Howel County, Mo. Attended Temple Baptist Church. Survivor: daughter, Jean Bay, Uncoin. Services: 1:30 p.m. Friday, Roper & Sons Mortuary, 4300 O SL Memorials to Temple Baptist Church or Back to the Bible. Roper & Sons Mortuary, 4300 O St Korbeflk James A., 89, Friend, died Tuesday (10692). Longtime fanner, Friend area. Graduated, MWgan High School, 1923. Attended. Grand Island School of Business. Member, ZC8J Saline Center Lodge 389. Survivors: wife, Bessie; . ' brother, Erm, Burlington, Colo.; brother, Arvl, Santa Ana, Calif.; nieces; nephews.. 99C94 COMPLETE LIMIT 1 PAIR ' INTRO OFFER NEW PATIENTS ONLY EYE EXAM I! oio y?S 99 U IU II PAIR NEW LOCATION! LINCOLN CEflTRO PLAZA 4Cih&R Streets 464-1000 DEAjTHGOECOnD EZZZ321 Services: 2 p.m. Friday, Lauber-Moore Fu neral Home, Friend, visitation: after 4 pm. Wednesday, funeral home. Memorials to Parkinson's Disease Foundation. Famry , and friends luncheon, noon Friday, United Church of Christ, Friend. McGowan Shirley M., 57, McCool Junction, died Monday (10592) in Lincoln. Member, Christ Lutheran Church, Lincoln. Survivors: husband, James Jr.; sons, Robert Etwel, Seward, Ronnie Envel, Lincoln, Wlard Ehvel, Hooper, Bl Envoi, LeSueur, Mfcn, James H McGown, McCoot Junction; daughter, Am McGowan, MoCooi Junction; - mother, Ardtth Vennum, York; sister, Mrs. Jack (Bonnie) Lawrence, Den-ven stxgfaxlchldrea ' l Services: 10:30 a.m. Thursday, First EvangeScal Lutheran Church, McCool Junctioa The Rev. David Coins. Graveside services: 2 pm Thursday, Lincoln - Memorial Park, Lincoln. Memorials In care of family. Metz Mortuary, York. Pow Prachel Frank D., 82, Crete, tied Tuesday (10692). Survivors: cousins. Service! 10:30 a.m. Friday, Kund Funeral Home, Crete. Visitation: 9 am Thursday ' untl services.. - ...- Todter Emma M., 81, Tecumseh, died Flavia Waters Champe dies Tuesday in Lincoln Flavia Waters Champe, 90, lone- time Lincoln dance instructor, choreographer and author, died Tuesday in Lincoln. ; ; Born April 3, 1902, in Lincoln, Champe began dancing at 10, learning , her first steps in the gymnasium of Lincoln's YWCA. She graduated from Lincoln High School in 1919. Champe told the story of her early days of professional dancing in her 1987 book "Innocents on Broadway." In letters she wrote to her mother, the book records . her experience as a 1 V Flavia Waters Champ young dancer in the early 1920s, when she was one of four women in the Portia Mansfield Dancers vaudeville troupe. The company traveled from coast to coast and from Texas to Canada, often performing three times a day, seven days a week. Appearing barefoot and in short - skirts, the dancers occasionally were chastised for their daring style. Little Rock, Art, and Boston required the women to wear tights and shoes while performing. "We were no wild women," Champe said in a 1987 interview. "We were all very proper. . . . I was 19, 1 had never been to New York." ' Returned to Lincoln As vaudeville's popularity faded, Champe returned to Lincoln, where . she married John Champe, former ;: chairman of the anthropology depart r-x v Lincoln man reported fair after van collides with train A rural Lincoln man was in fair condition Wednesday after his van collided with a Burlington Northern train on Yankee Hill Road shortly before 7a.m. Donald L Madsen, 60, Route 8, Lin- coin, suffered leg, mouth and chest injuries when his Ford Aerostar Van collided with the train, said Lancaster County Sheriff Tom Casady. Madsen was taken by Eastern Ambulance to Lincoln General Hospital, where he Bellevue man dies in OMAHA (AP) - John A. Phillips, 36, of Bellevue was killed Monday night when his car went out of control ' and struck a retaining wall at an Omaha intersection, Omaha police said. Phillips died at University Hospital of head and chest injuries. The accident occurred at 10:47 at the intersection of 21st and Polk streets. Police Sgt Rick Bell said Phillips Optometrists honor Two Lincoln optometrists have received awards from the Nebraska Optometric Association. Dr. Richard Powell was named Optometrist of the Year for his dedication to the profession, and Dr. Brad Personal Births j stifonnition provfcfed by hospitals -n- ' TiMwtay CatfM, Jalml (Hahn) and Todd, 3420 Richmond Road, okt, St. Elizabeth. Ftoohw, Ann (Abete) and Roger, 4600 Brlarpark Drive, boy, Uncoin General. Hdn, Carls (WeHman) and Jeffrey, 2300 W. Cove Drive, boy, St. Elizabeth. -Nowka, Dawn (Morrow) and Trent, 7437 Grand Oaks Drive, boy, Uncdn General. Ryan, Constance, 2S2S Cleveland Ave., oM, Uncoin - General. oKth, Paula (Johnson) and PsU, Decatur, girl, Uncoin General. Craw, Mary (Uen) and Perry, 6033 W. Klngsley 8t., girl, St. Elizabeth. RachMl, Mary and Coesaart, James, Narks, Kan., boy, St Elizabeth. Out of Iowa McDermet, Maria and Wifeam, Ipawfch, Mas., boy, bom Sept 23. Marriage licenses BoeNatorft, Robert B., 23, Waverty, and Lambert, Leannee Yvonne, 34, Alvo. Brown, John J., 30, 4201 Normal Blvd., and Rley, Klmberty A., 22, 4201 Normal Blvd. Cattln, Brian Alan, 23, 602 8. 12th 81., 501, and Brown, Stephanie Ann, 23. 5052 R St. Croflon, John WWiam, 24, 1035 8. 17th St., 02, and Braids, KrisS Anna, 22, 1036 8. 17th 8t, D2. , ! Porabarg, Michael L, 26, 630 DanvMs Drive, and Springer, Patricia M., 25, 4520 Calvert St., 3. Krueger, Douglas W 35, 3909 Worthkigtan Ave., and HMman, Sarah J 36, 4120 B St. Leaeke, Cory Dean, 21, 1632 8. 20th St., and O bey, Jennifer Marie, 21 . 1 532 S. 20th St Meter, Robert U 33, 1443 N. 15th St., and Has- nicka, Tonya B . 24, 1443 N. 15th St. Porter, Frank U Sr., 65, Omaha, and McCtendon, Tuesday (10692). Survivors: daughters, Luela Wendel, Omaha, Norma Speckman, , ureeK; seven granocmoren; rune great-candchldren; four stsrjgarKlchldrsn; ftvt stepgreat-grandcMdrea Services: 11 a.m. Friday, Martin Luther Lutheran Church, rural Johnson. Visitation: untJ noon Thursday, Casey-Wltzenburg Funeral Home, Auburn; after 1 pm Thurs-' day, Casey-Wltzenburg Mortuary, Johnson. ' : Warner Eugene D., 59, Hebron, dted Monday (10&V92). Bom Hebron. Employed, Nebraska Roads Department Korean War Army veteran. Lifetime member, VFW Post 5328, Hebron. Survivors: wife, , Marlyn; sons, Dale, Hebron, Gene, Sfrer Creek; daughters, Mary Brokaw, Carol,' both Hebron, Karen, Fairbury, Kathryn En-geiman, Jansen; brothers, Doyle, North Platte, Edward. Beatrice; sisters, Loma WaJdmeier, Beatrice, Mldred Fischer, Ong, Burdesn Jeudea, Waterloo. Shirley Fkitel, Lincoln; three grandchldren. Services: 2 p.m. Friday, Grace Lutheran Church, Hebron. Memorials to Thayer ' County Memorial Hospital, American Society or Grace Lutheran Church. Price Funeral Home, Hebron. ment at the University of Nebraska, and opened her School of the Dance Studio in 1924. John Champe died in 1978. ;: ;' : ' She earned a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Nebraska in 1940 and in 1986 received an honorary doctorate degree of humane letters from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. :.' - ' , i She continued to teach dance until 1978. Over more than half a century, she taught thousands of young dancers, having up to 350 students at one time. While teaching, she performed in more than 50 recitals. . . "Dancing is an expression of beauty," she said in a 1972 interview. Although she was familiar with all styles of dance, including tap and ballroom dancing, her favorite was classical ballet. - - Indian dance research ' . . - Even before she retired from dance instruction, Champe and her husband, John, began researching s" traditional American Indian dances of the Southwest Beginning in the late 1940s, they spent their Christ-mases in New Mexico attending more than 100 performances of the Mata-chines dance, in which the dancers are masked and colorfully costumed. Champe's book "The Matachines Dance of the Upper Rio Grande: History, Music and Choreography" was published by the University of Nebraska Press in 1983. " Memorial services are scheduled for 2 pin. Oct 18 at First-Plymouth Congregatinal Church, 20nd and D streets. . was reported to fair condition. . Madsen was westbound on the gravel road when his van was struck by the train, which was going southeast Casady said. Madsen, who was driving about 25 mph, did not stop at the crossbucks because he did not see the train, Casady said. The van was destroyed, Casady said, but Madsen was wearing a seat belt Omaha car crash r was driving excessively fast when he failed to make a turn and hit the walL He said Phillips was not wearing a seat belt The death of Robert L. Hedrick, 64, of Dodge City, Kan., was reported Tuesday by Hall County Attorney Ellen Totzke. Hedrick died Friday of injuries he suffered in a five-car accident at a Grand Island intersection Thursday, she said. 2 Lincoln doctors Williams was awarded the Distinguished Service Award. The association elected Dr. James Kirchner of Lincoln vice president and Dr. James Devine of Lincoln sec-, retary-treasurer. record Sharon B., 56, Los Angeles. Van Pelt, Joel J.. 21, 2612 N. 49th St., and Gs-wecke, Tabitha A., 19, 2612 N. 49th St Divorce Decrees Custody of children . Foster, Helen Marie and Max Leom. SknonaonrParo, Bonnie Elaine and Pare, Kurds Leigh. Cotson, Larry E. and Tina M. Slemeen, Steven E. and Nancy L Hewitt, Maxme A. and Chartes R. Courts District Court ThfreVOegree Asaautl Frlstoe, Patrick, also known aa Jones, Bkwon, 21, 4730 Gladstone St., amended from terrortstio threats, 75 days la). ' Attempted Leaving State While on Parole Deahane, Bruce, 36, Uncoin Correction Center, amended from leaving atate while on parole, six months prison, to run consecutive to currant Sentence, County Court False Statement Trades, Steve, 38, 1601 N. 24th St.. $100. Porter, Christopher John, 30, address not given, $100; count two, fall to appear, $50. ' Nicks, Kevin Roy, 2427 J St., 4, $100; count two, fall to appear, $50. . Possets Stolen Property Hurtado, Jose Lara, 23, Peoples City Mission, $250; count two. laH to appear, $50. No Proof of Insurance Navarrette, Ralph, 30, 300 8. 16th St., 303, $50. i - Wytle, Scott, 22,1024 S. Fifth St.. $50. r - . V A v V i

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