Oakdale Leader from Oakdale, California on November 25, 1992 · 2
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PAGE A-2 Che jbdalc ci6er WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1992 Obituaries Nicole E. Fortner Funeral services were held Nov. 24 at Oak dale Church of the Nazarcne for Nicole Elaine Former, 19, of Oakdale, who died Nov. 20 from injuries received in an automobile accident. Burial was at Oakdale Citizens Cemetery. Oakdale Memorial Chapel was in charge of the arrangements. Bom in Modesto, Miss Fortner had lived in Oakdale her entire life. She was a 1991 graduate of Oakdale and was a member of the Oakdale Church of the Nazarcne youth group. She has been employed for three monthsat Modesto Bottled Water as a new accounts clerk. Surviving are her parents, Larrcll and Amy Fortner of Oakdale; her brother, Bart Fortner of Oakdale; her sister, Brandy Fortner of Oakdale and her grandparents, Lorraine Barker of Arkansas, Eva Mason of Modesto, Herbert Nicholson and Elbert Fortner of Idaho. The family requests remembrances be made to the Oakdale Church of the Nazarcne Memorial Fund, 1700 West F St., Oakdale, 95361 or to the Nicole Fortner Memorial Scholarship Fund, in care of Friends of Oakdale High School, 739 West G St., Oakdale, 95361. Frank C. De Salles A rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 26, at Allen Mortuary in Turlock for Frank Coelho De Salles, 78, of Stevinson, who died Nov. 23. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday, Nov. 28, at 10 a.m. at Holy Rosary Church in Hilrnar. Interment will be in Sunnyside Cemetery in Stevinson. Friends may call at the Allen Mortuary, 247 No. Broad way in Turlock, from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. today and from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 26. A native of Winton, Mr. De Salles moved to Hilmar in 1935 and to Stevinson in 1938, where he owned and operated Frank and Mary's Superette for 42 years until his retirement in 1987. : He was a member of St. Mary's Church, Hills Ferry Sportsmen's Club and founded the Stevinson Fire Department. He is survived by his wife, Mary De Salles of Stevinson; his daughter, Barbara Morais of Pacific Grove; his sons. Bill Sales of Oakdale, Frank De Salles Jr. of Yuba City and George De Salles of Stevinson; his sisters, Alice Montice of Pennsylvania and Lorctta Reese of Concord; his brothers, Louie De Salles of Walnut Creek, Albert De Salles of Hilmar and Tony De Salles of Concord; 1 1 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The family rcauests remembrances be made to the tevinson hire DcDartmcnt. Box 84. Mcvinson. 95374. American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 285, Modesto, 95350. Paul LWeinheimer A Mass of Christian Burial will be said today at 2 p.m. at Si Mary's Catholic Church for Paul La wrence Weinheimer, 64, of Oakdale, who died Nov. 23. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. today at Oakdale Memorial Chapel. Bom in New York, Mr. Weinheimer had lived in Oakdale for six years. He was a regional sales manager for S.B.S. Products for 15 years. Surviving is his wife, Jane Weinheimer of Oakdale; his children, Mark Weinheimer of Walnut Creek, Katherine Minnis of Ceres, Eric Weinheimer of Oakdale, Kurt Weinheimcrof Modesto and Matthew Weinheimer, Visalia and seven grandchildren. The family requests remembrances be made to St. Mary's Catholic Church, 1225 Olive Ave., Oakdale 95361 or Oakdale Community Sharing Christian Center, 579 Center St., Oakdale, 95361, Bobby E. Sipin Rosary will be recited tonight at 7 p.m. at the Oakdale Memorial Chapel for Bobby E. Sipin, 80, of San Jose, who died Nov. 19. Visitation will be from lp.m. to 8 p.m. today at the chapel. A Mass will be said on Friday, Nov. 27 at 10 a.m. at SL Mary's Catholic Church. Burial will follow at Oakdale Citizens Cemetery. Bom in the Philippines, Mr. Sipin had lived in Oakdale for many years prior to moving to San Jose 18 months ago. He was a laborer for Stanislaus Food Products. He is survived by his son, Bobby Sipin Jr. of Illinois and his sister, Antipaz Palacol of Hawaii. Mable G. Starkey A memorial service was held Nov. 24 at the Oakdale Memorial Chapel for Mable G. Starkey, 78, of Oakdale, who died Nov. 20. Inurnment was at Oaklawn Memorial Park. Bom in Washington, Mrs. Starkey had lived in Oakdale for 35 years. She was a homcmaker. Surviving are her children, Gene Allcmandi and Rosalie Allcmandi, both of Oakdale, Shirley S larkey, Peggy Miller and Charles Allcmandi, all of Washington and Harold Starkey of Oregon; her sister, Gladys Holbert of Washington; fourgrandchildrcnand 1 1 great-grandchildren. (g(h(B3 . w jwwtm hot n w a J f ? f A it 3 Leader photo by Bill Camp Oakdale Rural firefighter Ed Sears douses hot spots in a one-acre fire that occurred last Wednesday afternoon north of Hlg h way 1 08. The fire apparently started when sparks from a burn pile Ignited dry grass nearby. The area that burned was apparently an old graveyard from the 19th-century. Police Beat Marie D. Freel A private funeral service was held at Allen Mortuary in Turlock for Marie Dean Freel, 74, of Oakdale, who died Nov. 12. A native of Iowa, Mr. Freel had lived in Oakdale since 1978. He was a carpenter and a member of the Carpenters Union. He wasa U.S. Army of World WarIL ., . , , . Surviving are his children; Marledeen Voile of Kansas, Male ia Johnson of Rhoncrt Park, Calvin Freel of Pctaluma, Lee Freel of Bonita and Michclc Le Fevre of Sonoma; his brother, Wayne Freel of Iowa; 1 1 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. John A. Avants John Archie A vants of Oakdale died Nov. 1 8 at Memorial Hospital in Modesto. He was 70. Oakdale Memorial Chapel is in charge of cremation arrangements. A native of Arkansas, Mr. Avants had lived in Oakdale for 19 years. He was a heavy equipment operator for 29 years and a member of the Operating Engineers Union Local no. i in san hrancisco. During worm war tl, ne had served with the U.S. Army. He is survived by his wife, Gladys Avantsof Oakdale; his children, Ron Avants of Tchachapi, Jeanie Mokma of Fort Bragg and Randy Avants of Oakdale and seven grandchildren. The family requests remembrances be made to the John H. Ryan Memorial services were held Nov. 23 at Oakdale Memorial Chapel for John H. Ryan, 74, of Oakdale, who died Nov. 19. Bom in Montana, Mr. Ryan had lived in Escalon for 25 years before moving to Oakdale 18 months ago. He was a welder and pipe fitter for six years for Ripon Steel and was a member of the World Wide Church of God. He is survived by his wife Elsie Ryan of Oakdale; his children, Judy Slushcr, Tommy Dean Ryan and Ernest MONDAY, NOV. 23 3:28 p.m. The San Joaquin Sheriff's office reported that a man had impersonated one of its deputies on Nov. 20 to a clerk at Pay less Drugs, 1449 East F Sl SUNDAY, NOV. 22 2:00a.m. Johnny Quik, 1515 West F St, reported two youths stole several bottles of beer. 9:45 a.m. Police 0 Oakdale K Ferry 1117 46 78 44 65 1118 42 78 37 64 1119 48 80 38 56 1120 43 - 43 60 1121 - 35 68 1122 65 45 53 1123 36 64 31 53 Knight's Ferry weather is recorded by the Willms Ranch, an official U.S. Weather Recording Station. NewRalnfall Year: 1.99 inches of rain has fallen to date, compared to 2 63 inches this time last year. Rvsn nil nf TpTac anH V nlhi Mfum;in nf Rnrnu Pallo- h'te ' sister! Virginia Backus of Death Valley; 23 grandchildren. received a report of a loose and six great-grandchildroik , 8oat n fmt of a residence on Sierra Road. When police arrived, the goat could not be lociitctl Buie hearing date living onPthc 1000 block of I . Pontiac Street reported that rescheduled again sxxrsrpu,led SAI LKIMY, NOV. 21 6:31 a.m. A woman living on the 300 block of No. Seventh Street reported finding a San Francisco 49ers helmet in her driveway. The helmet was put into police property. 11:07 a.m. A Spccr Strectresidcnt reported that their cat had been poisoned and they have suspect information. 5:00 p.m. A 21 -year-old Oakdale woman was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence near Stearns Road and Highway 120. The woman was also cited for driving without a license and was booked into the Stanislaus County Women's facility. FRIDAY, NOV. 20 12:13 p.m. A woman living on the 1000 block of The preliminary hearing for an Oakdale woman who gave birth to a baby girl she is accused of leaving unattended for two days has been rescheduled for a second time and is now set for Dec. 4 in Stanislaus Municipal Court. Kelly Buie faces felony child endangcrment charges stemming from her arrest by Oakdale police Oct. 6, two weeks after she gave birth to baby girl named Kcndra in her home on Sept 22. Buie, who said she believed the child was stillborn, left the baby unattended and wrapped in a blanket for two day s, said Oakdale police Sgt. Larry Parshall. Buie, 25, gave birth to the seven-pound baby at home because she had apparently hidden the pregnancy from her husband, family and friends, Parshall said. Buie believed the infant was stillborn because it didn't appear to be breathing and did not cry, he added. Her husband, Donald, 25, discovered the child upon his return from an out-of-town job on Sept. 24. Buie pleaded innocent to the endangermcnt charges at her Oct. 27 arraignment. The Public Defender's Office, which is representing Buieinihecase.askcdforaconunuanceinthccase, which was granted by Judge Roger M. Bcauchcsne. The preliminary hearing wasoriginally scheduled for Nov. 23. Lando Drive reported the theft of a bike. . 12:57p.m Amanliving on the the 300 block of Hinklcy Avenue reported that his wife had kidnapped their children. The report was unfounded. 6:22 p.m. A man in the 1000 block of East F Street reported that an unknown person had thrown a burrito at his infant child. THURSDAY, NOV. 19 1:24 p.m. A 21 -year-old man was arrested by police at 7-11 East, 711 East F St., on the suspicion of misdemeanor driving under the influence of alcohol. 1:19 a.m. A woman reported receiving threatening phone call from : a man she knew. 10:42 a.m. A woman reported that her motor home had been hit by another vehicle and the driver of the vehicle had fled. Witness reported the incident to police, and the : 17-year-old driver was located at Oakdale High School, and was cited for m isdemcanor h i t and run and making an unsafe turn. 10:46 a.m. Save Mart, 1449 East F St., reported that it had a youth in custody for shoplifting. 10:51 a.m. A woman living on the 500 block of No. Sixth Street reported that her daughter had stolen her checkbook. 12:45 p.m A woman reported that she had been assaulted in the 500 block of Walnut Avenue. Police later found that the woman was involved in a mutual f igh t and rcqu ired no f urther action. 1 :3 1 p.m Beacon Gas, 1590 East F St., reported a person in a white Honda sedan had not Daid for gas. 3:47 p.m. A man reported the theftof a bicycle which occurred on Nov. 14. 3:38 p.m. Police received a report of a man pushing a woman down in" the area of G Street and Wooo 'Avenue. Police broke up the fight, which was over property. 5:59 p.m. A woman living on the 500 block of East H Street reported her son had been harassed by another youth. Police lectured and released the youth. 8:47 p.m. A woman living on the 400 block of East H Street reported that her daughter was out-of-control. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18 1:08 a.m. Police received a 91 1 report of prowlers in the vicinity of the 900 block of River Bluff Court. Police found and a 1 6-ycar-old, trying to enter a residence. They were asked by pol ice to lea ve the scene, and they complied. 1:43 p.m. A 22-year-old Oakdale man was cited : for selling items without a , business license. 4:10 p.m Police . received a report of two men selling items from the back . of a vehicle. 5:29 p.m. Police received a report of a youth chasing another youth with a hypodermic needle supposedly filled -with poison) The report was unfounded.'" 6:33 p.m. A woman reported the window of her vehicle had been broken and believed it was the result of vandalism. TUESDAY, NOV. 17 8:37 a.m. Rahmco Storage, 534 Armstrong Way, reported its fence was cut during the night. 4:17 p.m. A 43-year-old Oakdale woman was detained for shoplifting at Sprouse, 870 No. Yoscmite Ave. The woman was cited and released by police. 10:24 p.m. A 28-year- : old Oakdale man turned himself on two outstanding Stanislaus County warrants. : The man was arrested on a ; misdemeanor DUI warrant .,' and a minor traffic warrant. ', He was booked into county ' jail and held on $ 1 ,000 bail. ' For The Record Due to incorrect information provided to The Oakdale Leader a second time, it was reported in last week's newspaper that Glenn Bacigalupi of Oakdale was 72. He is 64. " ... . 832 N. Yosemite Ave. A (Oakdale ) CSEEEED 847-0800 SUPER TUESDAY- All Seats S2.50 All Night HOMEcs. Lost In new York E3J Ok Wad S Next Mon-Tnurs: 5 00. 7:30 t 0 SO PM ThankiQTVine tw Sun.: 12 noon. 2 30. 5 OO. 7:30 4 0 SO -ASTONISHINGLY INVENTIVE..." ORAM STOKER'S CI Wad t Nan Mon-Thunt 5 30. 100 1 1030 Thankipvina (vu Sun. 1??0. 250 5 30, SO0 1 1030 Housing Authority of the County of Stanislaus will be TAKING APPLICATIONS CONVENTIONAL LOW-RENT HOUSING Applications for 1 ,2,3,4 and 5 bedroom units will be available for our Conventional Low-Rent Housing program on Nov. 16-20, 1992. Applications can be obtained at our office at 1701 Robertson Rd., Modesto, Oakdale City Hall, 230-B, 3rd St., Oakdale, and Rivertank City Hall, 6707 3rd St., Rlverbank. Applications will be accepted by MAIL ONLY and must be postmarked by Dec. 31. 1992. THIS IS NOT SECTION 8 Tenants are screened prior to admission. For turther information call coo nne . - Tr-T EOU. HOUSING TDD OPPORTUNITY (209) 523-1056 The Housing Authority of the County ol Stanislaus does not discriminate based on hand capped status in the admission to or access to its federally assisted IN H ' 7faAe6 fat a, Our Emergency Care is available nights, weekends and holidays. Call us at 048-2225, anytime. We are here to compassionately serve your chiropractic health needs. For )ur oortvanno mm aocvpt THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE Now svaileria-snti or anfiout prescription. 623

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