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4E Lincoln Journal Star Friday. October 27.1995 RECORDS Page design: Mike Larsen Obituaries 'AnderMn Otga. 82. 6101 Normal Btvd, died Tuesday (1 02495). i y ; Services: 10 a.m. today. Butherus. Maser & Love Funeral Home Chapel, 4040 A St. Graveside services: 2 p.m. today. Spring Creek Cemetery, Rusk in. Memorials to St Paul United Methodist Church or American Diabetes Association. . Bastron Vera L, 77, Lincoln, died Tuesday (102495). Services: 10 a.m. today. Calvary Unit-ed Methodist Church. 1610 S. 11th St Visitation: Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th St. Memorials to Tabitha Hospice. O Botsford Ethel. 96, 5401 South St., died Monday (102395). Private family services: St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, 2325 S. 24th St. Cremation. No visitation. Memorials to St. Anthony's Unit at Madonna or to church. Roper & Sons Mortuary. 4300 O St. Brehm Lee Alan, 60, Lincoln, died Monday (102395). Private family service at later date. Memorials to Immanuel Church, American Diabetes Association or American Cancer Society in care of family. Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 1 4th St. Brooks Ronald Lee. 59, 801 Mulder Drive, died Wednesday (102595). Services: 1:30 p.m. Monday, Metcalf Funeral Home Chapel. 245 N. 27th St. The Rev. Dr. Thomas Schmid. Lincoln Memorial Park. Visitation: 3-9 p.m. today: 8 a.m. -9 p.m. Saturday; 10 a.m. -9 p.m. Sunday; 8 a.m. until services Monday, all funeral home. Memorials to the. Lincoln Cancer Center or Heartland Home Care. Hale Lillian May. 89, Lincoln, died Wednesday (102595). Bom, Malcolm. Homemaker. Survivors: stepdaughters. Marie Kenney, Lincoln, Jean, El Paso, Texas; stepsons, Merle, Wymore, Beck, Bill, both Cortland; sister, Ethel Welch, Laguna Hills, Calif.; stepgrandchildren; nieces; nephews; cousins. Graveside services: 3 p.m. Nov. 3, Lincoln Memorial Park. Cremation. No visitation. Memorials to Alzheimer's Association, 5601 S. 27th St.. Suite 101, Lincoln. NE 68512. Roper & Sons, 4300 O St. Junker Jon R.. 38, San Diego, formerly Lincoln, died Friday (1 02095). Featheringill Mortuary, San Diego. Lemley Cordelia. 57, Lincoln, died Thursday (102695). Roper & Sons, 4300 O St. O Nefsky Lucille F., 77, Lincoln, died Monday (102395).. Services were noon Thursday, South Street Temple, 20th arid South streets. Memorials to Lincoln General Hospital Development Fund, South Street Temple, donor's choice. Roper & Sons Mortuary; 4300 O St. Shelledy Louise B. (widow of Har-. old), 90, Boulder, Colo., formerly Lincoln, died Monday (102395). Services: 11 a.m. Friday, Westminster Presbyterian Chapel, 2110 Sheridan Blvd. No visitation. Roper & Sons Mortuary, .'4300 OSLO Venegar Charles, 60. 1 649 Whittier St.. died Tuesday (102495). Additional . survivors: daughter, Sabrina. Chicago: sisters. Juanita Carmack, Buffalo, NY., Mildred Anderson, Virginia Kelly, Betty Murray, Christona Williams, all Detroit; . Marguerite Brooks, Louisiana; brothers, - Richerhard, Frederich, Julius, all Detroit. -.' Services: 2 p.m. Saturday, Metcalf Fu- neral Home, 245 N. 27th St. Wake service: . 7-9 p.m. today, funeral home. The Rev. James H. Anderson Jr. Fairview Cemetery. .' Pallbearers: Wesley, Billy, Delmar Car- - mack, Keith Cobb, Fred, Julius Venegar. '. Visitation: 8 a.m. -9 p.m. today; 8 a.m. until - services Saturday, funeral home. Woolhether Morven W. Jr. "Marv," : 68, Lincoln, died Saturday (1 02195). Services: 1 p.m. today, Lincoln Memo- - rial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th St. Visita- tion: until services, funeral home. Memorials to the American Cancer Society ' in care of the family. York Michael Robert, 35, 4507 Hill Drive, died Tuesday (102495). Record Births Oct. 20 Weekly, Heidi, and Payne, Marvin, Lincoln, boy. St. Elizabeth. Oct 23 White, Laura, and SaHzman, Matthew, 1325 B St., boy, Lincoln General. Oct. 24 Dagenhardt, Laura, and Jorgenton, Kent. Lincoln, girl. St. Elizabeth. Utley, Deidre, and Starks, Chad, Lincoln, girl, Lincoln General. Oct 25 Dallman, Wendi. and Merchand, Kim, 1809 N. 24th St., girl, Lincoln General. Ehrenfried, Chantel (Geyer) and Ed, 6231 S. 48th St., boy, St. Elizabeth. Grate, Sara (Stone) and James, Lincoln, girl, St. Elizabeth. Jackson, Karen (Wellsandt) and David, 1838 Boston Circle, boy, Lincoln General. Kapkt, Deanna (Westover) and Mach, Joseph, Malcolm, girl, Lincoln General. Powell, Kristin (Ramsey) and Mark, Lincoln, girl, St. Elizabeth. Ronnau, Kendra (Kitt) and Bruce, 10700 El-lenridge Road, girt, Bryan Memorial. Sedlacek, Pam (Eckert) and Rusty, Lincoln, girl, Bryan Memorial. Oct 28 Strahm, Jeanette (Castka) and Roger. 447 Mormon Trail, boy. St. Elizabeth, Marriage licenses Honardouat, Hamtd. 34, 2801 Tierra Drive, No. 312, and Miller, Shelly A., 28, 5420 X St. Huckeba, Kenneth M., 35, 3535 Madison ve., and Grant Tamela K 32, 4610 St. Paul Ave. Iburg, Larry Duane, 33, 1357 Butler Ave., and Thomas, Kellie Ann, 24, 1657 S. Coiner Blvd. Nelson, Donald R., 26, 712 S. 11th St., No. 6. and Finney, Lisa M 27, 712 S. 11th St., No. Divorce decrees Diederlch, Patricia Marie and Chad Lee. Aehord, Shirley A. and William D. Stlerwslt, Linda Lea and Stanley Bruce. Roberta, Betty J. and Robert D. Ouambutch, Susan Katharine and Andersen, Kurt Eugene. . .. ;.; tv, ' - Courts ' y "A - Minimum sentence for publication, one or (more of the following: 10 days al, $250 total kne, H month probation or kanse suspension. Obituaries listed . The following persons are Isted in today's obituaries: Andersen, Okja : Bastron, Vera L. ' Botsford, Ethel Brehm, Lee Alan Brooks, Ronald Lee Bussard, Bert O. Carver, Marguerite A. Davis, Darlene K. Hale, Lillian May Hobson, Gerald . Jensen, Clyde E. .' Junker, Jon R. . Kolb,EdgarJ. Kraft, Edmund F. Lemley, Cordelia Nefsky, Lucille F, Riley, Marie Rodgers, Delia M. Scallion, Phyllis A. Shelledy, Louise B. Stevenson, Florence ... Veeder, Leo K. Venegar, Charles Woolhether, Morven W. Jr. "Marv" York, Michael Robert Zolot, Marion Schall The Lincoln Journal Star 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. There are some limits on the amount of information that may be included. Paid obituaries include more information and will be repeated in limited form until the day of services. Photographs of acceptable quality will be run with paid obituaries. An additional fee is charged for obituaries with photographs. ; To place an obituary, call 473-731 1 from 2-10 p.m. daily. The newspaper will verify obituaries provided by individuals. Services: 10 a.m. today, St. Teresa's Catholic Church, 735 S. 36th St. Pallbearers: Doug Haschke. Dave Meiergerd, B.J. Spring, Doug Metcalf. Merle Seeman, Ben York. Memorials to the Diocese of Lincoln for Vocations, in care of the family. Butherus. Maser & Love Funeral Home, 4040 A St.D . Zolot Marion Schall (widow of Samuel M.), 93. Lincoln, died Wednesday (10 2595) in Allentown, Pa. Survivors: daughters, Natalie Dibbern, Lincoln, Marilyn Joan Ehrmann, Dallas, Davida Dempsey, Glen Ellyn, III.; seven grandchildren; five greatgrandchildren. Memorial services: 7 p.m. Sunday, Hereford Mennonite Church, Bally, Pa. Memorial services in Lincoln at later date. Memorials to Cedars Home for Children or donor's favorite charity., Mann Funeral Home, Pennsburg, Pa. Out Off Town Bussard Bert O., 89, Crete, died Thursday (102695). Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home, 6800 S. 14th St. ' ' Carver Marguerite A., 86, Bur-chard, died Monday (102395). Survivor: son, John, Seattle. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Burchard. Rosary: 7 p.m. today, Wherry Brothers Mortuary, Pawnee City. Davis Darlene K., 53, Humboldt, died Wednesday (102595). Employee, Colonial Acres Nursing Home. Survivors: husband, Larry; sons, Donald, Steven, both Humboldt; father, Harold Burgett. Humboldt; sister, Frances Littrell, Colorado Springs, Colo. Services: 2 p.m. Saturday, Wherry Brothers Mortuary, Humboldt. Humboldt Cemetery. Memorials to family. Hobson Gerald, 76, Seward, died Thursday (102695). Volzke Mortuary, Seward. Jensen Clyde E., 75, Goehner, died Monday (102395). Services: 10:30 a.m. today, Frieden's United Church of Christ, Goehner. Visitation: one hour before services, church. Wood Brothers Funeral Home, Seward. Kolb Edgar J., 83. Wahoo, died Thursday (102695). probation revocation. Also published: bindovers to District Court. Court costs additional to lines. Age. address, if any, from public record, Corrections will be made only if public record was reported incorrectly. District Court Possession of Controlled Substance Howard, Phyllis A., 34, 2403 W St., two counts. Two years probation. Gaines, Edna. 32. 429 B St.. No. 2. Also: delivery of controlled substance. 15 months-lour years six months prison. Second Degree Forgery Pattison, Lance, 19, jail, two counts. Two years probation. First Degree Criminal Trespass Vamadoe, Wanda, 36. la), amended from burglary. Also: theft by unlawful taking. Two years probation. Burglary Jones, George Earl, 46, jail. Also: possession of burglar's tools. 20-40 years prison. County Court Driving Under Suspension Overholtier, Allen Eugene, 18. 8100 Beech-wood Drive. One year license suspension, $300. Assault Moore, Daryt Terrel, 20. 900 Y St. Also: fail to appear. $335. Gonzalez, Pedro Vargas, 32, 110 Q St. $300. Minor Misrepresenting Aoe Bofles, Jamie J 20, 1125 Surf side Drive. $250. . Bankruptcies Pour bankruptcy categories listed are: Chapter 7, straight bankruptcy Involving liquidation of assets; Chapter 11, plan permitting reorganization of financial affairs under court supervision for an Individual engaged in business or a company (asset and Natality schedules are not always filed with initial petition); Chapter 12, plan permit, ting farmers and ranchers to reorganize their financial affairs under court supervision (asset and liability schedules are not always filed with Initial petition); Chapter 13, wage-earner plan for repaying a portion of debts over an extended period of time. First figure assets, second liabilities. Elston, Gary, 919 Anthony, occupation, assets, debts not listed, Chapter 13. Parker, Michelle, 2108 S. 48th, occupation notHsted, $5,871, $24,293, Chapter 7. Police Calls Of 437 cans received by Lincoln police Wednesday, the following resulted In property . losses of $500 or more. , ;,i -r .Titefti v v'js1-"? Between 4:30 p.m. and 4:40 p.m. Tuesday, 300 block of West P Street; Paslodt roofing sir guns were taken; loss, $1,000, " Pruss Funeral Home, Wahoo. . . Kraft Edmund F., 76. Manchester, Ky., died Oct. 17. Watchmaker, locksmith. Survivors: wife, Alice Cyriacks Kraft, Manchester; brother, Karl, Baltimore; sister, Audrey HartJove, Aydlett, N.C. Memorial graveside services: 9 a.m. Saturday, Sterling Cemetery, Sterling. Wherry Brothers Mortuary, Tecumseh. Riley Marie, 93. Council Bluffs, died Monday (102395). Born, Humboldt. Retired employee. Western Electric. Survivors: daughters, Bernardino Thimsen, Council Bluffs. Iowa; Rita Behnke, Hermo-sa Beach, Calif.; son, William, Las Vegas; brother, John Gunzenhauser, Humboldt; 15 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday, St. Mary's Catholic Church, Dawson. St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Dawson. Memorials to the family. Wherry Brothers Mortuary, Humboldt. Rodgers Delia M., 95, Milford, died Thursday (102695). Born, rural Milford. Attended Milford Public Schools. Member, organist, Milford United Methodist Church. Member. UMW and Circle, Milford Senior Center. OES Blue River Chapter, No. 132, Rebekah Lodge, Royal Neighbors, Seward County Historical Society. Charter member, Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service. Founder, Harmony Sunday school class. Survivors: sister, brother-in-law, Josephine and Herbert Smiley, Cloudcroft, N.M.; sister-in-law, Mrs. Ber-nice Hershberger, Omaha; nieces; nephews. Preceded in death by parents; husband, Rodger; two brothers; sister. Services: 9 a.m. Saturday, Milford United Methodist Church. The Rev. Dr. Dan L. Flanagan. Blue Mound Cemetery, Milford, with OES services. Visitation: 7-9 p.m. today, Lauber-Moore Funeral Home, Milford; one hour prior to services, Saturday, church. Memonals to the church. i Scallion Phyllis A., Marietta, Ga formerly Lincoln, died Wednesday (1025 95). Survivors: daughters, Stacy Raymond, Walworth, Wis., Cynthia Allen, Marietta; son, Richard, Wilmington, N.C; brothers, Mike Williamson, New Orleans, Bud Williamson, Kansas City, Mo., Tom Williamson, North Palm Beach, Fla.; parents. Bud and Ceil Williamson, North Palm Beach, Fla. Memorial mass: 8 p.m. today, Holy Family Catholic Church, Marietta, Ga. Memorial services: 1 1 a.m. Saturday, church. Family requests no flowers. Memorials to Phyllis Scallion Scholarship Fund, Walton High School, 1590 Bill Murdock Road, Marietta. GA 30062. H.M. Patterson & Son Canton Hill, Marietta. Stevenson Florence (widow of Raymond "Bill"), 81, Richmond, Calif., formerly Lincoln, died Sunday (102295). Born, Wewoka, Okla. Retired dietitian, University of Nebraska. Member, St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church, Richmond, Calif. Survivors: sons, daughters-in-law. O.D. . and Willa Owens, Richmond. Calif., Alonzo and Debra Williams, Kansas City, Mo., Sidney and Anna Williams, Colorado Springs, Colo.; daughters, loma Bradley, Lincoln, Lillian Abrams, Richmond. Calif.; stepdaughter, Mary Belcher, Enid. Okla.; sister, Anna Martin-Goulsby, Enid, Okla.; brother, . Edward Grixgby, Menton, Calif.; 23 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren; nieces; nephews; great-nieces; great-nephews. Services: 11 a.m. Tuesday, Lincoln Memorial Chapel, 6800 S. 14th St. Lincoln Memorial Park. Veeder Leo K., 65, Trenton, Mo., died Tuesday (102495). Born, Waverly. Survivors: wife, Doris, Trenton; daughters, Pamela Staples, Dallas, Lori Hutchinson, Albany, Mo.; son, Tommy, Dallas; mother, Rena, Milan, Mo.; sister, Marian Daharsh, Lincoln; brother, Virgil, Milan, Mo.: seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday, Tindall Baptist Church, Tindall, Mo. Memorials to Slater Mortuary, Trenton, Mo. Between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Tuesday, 6900 block of O Street; cash; loss. $700. Between 9 p.m. Tuesday and 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, 1300 block of North 22nd Street; cassette player, equalizer, sub woofer; loss, $1,070. Between 1:30 p.m. Tuesday and 8 a.m. Wednesday, intersection ot North 53rd Street and Madison Avenue; Sony AMFM CD player; CDs; loss. $725. Autotheft Between 10:30 p.m. and 11:43 p.m. Tuesday, intersection of West O Street at Capitol Beach Boulevard; 1950 gray Cadillac; loss, $2,000. Fire Calls Wednesday 9:31 p.m., Nebraska Hall, 900 N. 16th St., medical. 9:39 p.m., 1128 Washington St.. medical. 9:42 p.m., 14th and P streets, medical. 10:19 p.m., 841 N. 56th St.. medical. 10:27 p.m., Shiners, 2305 R St., possible fire. Thursday 1 a.m., 5022 Leighton Ave., medical. 1:12 a.m., Touzalin and Havelock avenues, medical. 6:31 ,m 5227 Judson St., medical. 10:31 a.m., 4834 Knox St., medical. 10:48 a.m., 705 S. 18th St., medical. 10:53 a.m., 1700 East Campus Mall, possible fire. 11:20 a.m., 3131 Dudley St., medical. 11:33 p.m., 1038 0 St., medical. 11:43 a.m., 1324 Commodore Blvd., medical. 12:20 p.m., 3421 Portia St., medical. 12:30 p.m., Capitol Parkway West and Salt Valley Roadway, medical. 12:48 p.m., 84th Street and Highway 2, car firs. 12:54 p.m., 3024 Dickens St., carbon monoxide. 1:06 p.m., 2202 S. 11th St., medical. 1:18 p.m., Centennial Mall and Q Street, medical. 2:09 p.m., One house north of 2630 Amnion Ave., still alarm, minor lire. 2:28 p.m., 3001 S. 11th St., still alarm, minor fire.4:59 p.m., 48th and High streets, medical. 6:06 p.m., 33rd Street and Leighton Avenue, tin alarm, minor fire. " 1 7:59 p.m., 391 1 N, Ninth St., carbon monoxide. , .,'.'','!." 6:22 p.m, 4430 3.50th St., possible fire. Ashfords no longer sponsoring fund-raiser for candidate Hagel OMAHA (AP) - Former state Sea Brad Ashford and his wife have withdrawn their sponsorship of a fund-raiser for Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Chuck Hagel. The Ashfords made their decision after learning that Hagel had changed his positions on abortion and the federal ban on assault weapons. When Hagel announced his candidacy in March, he said he opposed abortion except when the mother's life was threatened or in cases of rape or incest. He now opposes abortion in all cases except to save the life of the woman. Hagel said in May that he generally favored a ban on the sale of as- Police arrest teen Police said a 16-year-old Lincoln boy arrested in connection with gunshots fired in the area of the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. plant early Thursday was arrested again not long after he was released from custody. The second arrest was for robbery. Two youths were taken into custody in the case involving gunshots fired about 3 a.m. not far from the Goodyear plant in the Havelock area, said Lt. Allen Soukup. The 16-year-old was released after posting bond and his 15-year-old companion was referred to the police department's Youth Aid Bureau. Man who left regional center in custody HASTINGS (AP) - A Grand Island man who walked away from the Hastings Regional Center on Monday was back in custody today. Troy A. Mason, 24, was picked up Wednesday night in Grand Island. Law officers had said Mason was dangerous to himself and others. Hall County sheriff's deputies and state troopers arrested Mason at the home of one of his friends, and Lincoln man faces terroristic threat charge Peautray L. Green, 28, 1416 S. 12th St., was charged in Lancaster County Court Thursday with terroristic threats and use of a firearm to commit a felony. Green was arrested Wednesday night, less than an hour after two Supreme Court sets Dec. 7 ASSOCIATED PRESS The state Supreme Court has set a Dec. 7 execution date for Michael Ryan, a one-time cult leader con At leastf 3 ireasoiras why yoim sHnoimldl iniewscairirieiro Be your own Boss Need to earn some extra money? Join the growing ranks of adult and family newspaper carriers at the Lincoln Journal Star. It's a great way to supplement your income tarn at least $300 per route every 4 weeks while delivering the newspaper for a short time every day. Perfect opportunity for everyone! Seniors, homemakers, students and persons employed outside the home have found delivering the Lincoln Journal Star to be a good way to earn extra money without interfering with their daytime responsibilities. At least 300 reasons to call todayl If you have a valid driver's license and a reliable vehicle, give us a call at 473-7117. Find out why more and more families and adults agree that delivering the Lincoln . Journal star suits their extra income needs. sault weapons. Hagel said Wednesday that if he were in the Senate he would vote to repeal thev ban. ' Ashford advocated gun restrictions and abortion rights in the Legislature and in his unsuccessful bid last year for the 2nd Congressional District GOP nomination. The former Omaha lawmaker said he had thought Hagel's positions were closer to his own. "I thought Chuck Hagel would bring the party to the center and away from the right wing in those is-, sues," Ashford said. "It's very disappointing." The $100-a-person fund-raiser was to be held Nov. 2 in the Old Market. twice in same day Later Thursday, police arrested the 16-year-old once again in connection with a robbery that had occurred Wednesday afternoon on Benton Street between 51st and 52nd streets. . , " ' In the Benton Street case, in which a coat was taken from a victim at gunpoint, the 16-year-old was arrested for robbery, use of a firearm to commit a felony and being a juvenile in possession of a firearm. In the Goodyear area case. Soukup said, the arrests were for discharging a firearm and possession of a firearm by a juvenile. he was returned to the regional center. Mason had been in custody on charges of second-degree assault, using a weapon to commit a felony and using of a vehicle to avoid arrest. Sheriff Jim Fosket said Mason was committed to the regional center after a suicide attempt in the Hall County Courthouse. shotgun blasts were fired at about 32nd and S streets. His next court appearance was set for Nov. 6, and bond was set at 10 percent of $25,000. Police said one of the shots was fired into the air, the other into the ground. No one was injured. execution date for Ryan victed of killing a man at a survival-ist camp near Rulo. Ryan has not exhausted all of the avenues for appeal, said his attorney. Bob Creager. :, vr ; ' ' Hagel's campaign manager. Lou Ann Linehan, said Ashford and Hegel agree on most issues. I'm sorry to see single-issue politics," she said. "But that's part of the system, especially part of a prirha-ry." Anyone who made a donation on the basis of the Ashfords' support would receive their money back at their request, she said. Hagel said he changed his stance on abortion after learning that abortions are rare in cases or rape or incest... - - ' --. ; . His change on the assault weapons ban came after he learned more about the bill, he said. "It's a bad bilL" Ocean temp indicates cold OMAHA (AP)-The temperature of the Pacific . . Ocean is being used to formulate predictions that Nebraska will have a colder but less snowy winter. For the past five years, sea-surface temperatures in the Pacific Ocean have been higher than normal, said Dave Wert, meteorologist in charge . for the National Weather Service in North Platte. The weather pattern the warming creates called "El Nino" can create powerful storms packing heavy rain or snow. But it appears that the El Nino conditions are coming to an end. The Pacific Ocean has cooled, returning to near normal temperatures. "For Nebraska, that may mean it would be drier and colder than normal this . winter," Wert said. A forecast released by the . National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration predicts that sea surface temperatures should remain cool for the next three to six months. Journal Star f 473-7117 b

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