The Californian from Salinas, California on September 21, 1988 · 4
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The Californian from Salinas, California · 4

Salinas, California
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Wednesday, September 21, 1988
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Salinas Californian Ruth Brazil Ruth Helena Brazil died Monday at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital following a lenethy illness. She was 75. A natie of Benieia. Mrs. Brazil had li ed in Salinas for 24 years. She was a homemaker. Mrs. Brazil is survived by two daughters. Charlotte Fernandes and Joana M. Cassell, both of San Jose; two sisters. Ann Rietchison of San Jose, and May Pereira of Hacienda Heights; one brother, John Theoto-nio of San Jose; sev en grandchildren and one great-grandson. At the request of Mrs. Brazil, no services w ill be held. Inurnment w ill be in the Calvary Cemetery in San Jose. Memorials may be sent to the American Lung Association. Cremation arrangements were under the direction of the Healey Mortuary. Arthur Cherry Arthur Wilson Cherry died Tuesday at his residence following a lengthy illness. He was 91. A native of Fremont County, Iowa. Mr. Cherry had lived in King City for 31 years. He was a retired bus driver and a member of the Stillwater Riding Academy of Oklahoma. He and his wife Goldie had recently received the World Marriage Encounter Certificate for the longest married couple in Monterey County. They had been married for 76 years. Mr. Cherry is survived by his wife. Goldie Zell Cherry of King City; six daughters. Thelma Crouch. Louise Jordan. Donna Cherry and La Vonne Miller, all of King City. Ruth Stallcup of San Antonio, Texas, and Joan Smith of Salinas; three brothers. Jasper Cher- 1 0BITUARIES - ry of Placerville, Ralph Cherry of Perkins. Okla., and Dave Cherry of Fresno; 10 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. today at the Whitehurst Grim Chapel in King City. Funeral services w ill be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in the chapel. Burial will be in the King City Cemetery . Matt Grogan Matt Kelly Grogan died at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital following a sudden illness. He was 83. A native of Berry ville, Ark., Mr. Grogan had lived in Greenfield for 52 years. He was a retired farm laborer and a deacon in the First Baptist Church of Greenfield. Mr. Grogan is survived by his wife. Pearl Arlene Grogan of Greenfield; three sons, William Grogan of Greenfield, Raymond Grogan and Carroll Grogan, both of King City ; one daughter, Christina Coate. of Glendale, Ore.; one sister. Bertha Alderton of Berry ville. Ark.; 11 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m Thursday at the Whitehurst Grim Chapel. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the First Baptist Church in Greenfield. Burial will follow in Oak Park Cemetery in Greenfield. Memorials may be sent to the Salinas chapter of the American Heart Association. Emma Keller Emma Stella Keller died Saturday at Driftwood Convalescent Hospital following a lengthy illness. She was 84. A native of Arkansas. Mrs. Keller had lived in Salinas for 50 years. She was a shed worker for Merrill Packing Company for 27 years. Mrs. Keller is survived by two brothers. Ras Young of Salinas and John Young of Allen, Okla.; three sisters. Bessie Walls of Kerman, Ethel Lewis of Anadarko, Okla., and Lorine Horn of Carnegie, Okla.; and several nieces and nephews. Graveside services were held Tuesday in the Garden of Memories. Memorials may be sent to the American Cancer Society. Valentin Riparip Valentin G. Riparip died Saturday at Nativ idad Medical Center following an illness. He was 81 . A native of Camiling. Tarlac, the Philippines. Mr. Riparip had lived in Salinas for six years. He was a laborer for 20 y ears and a member of the Catholic Church. Mr. Riparip is survived by his wife. Ignacia Riparip of Salinas: two sons. Alberto Riparip and Peter Riparip. both of Camiling. the Philippines; two daughters. Sally Doctor of Winnipeg, Canada, and Carmilita Nativ idad of Camiling. Philippines; three brothers, Ciriaco Riparip. Juan Riparip and Domingo Riparip. all of Camiling, the Philippines; three sisters. Emelia Riparip and Arura Riparip. both of Camiling. Philippines, and Mariana Riparip of San Clemente; and 11 grandchildren. Friends may call from 1 to 9 p.m. Thursday and all day Friday at the Whitehurst 'Muller Chapel. Holy rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Friday in the chapel. Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday in the St. Mary of the Nativity Church. Burial will follow-in the Queen of Heav en Cemetery. Actor Roy Kinnear dies from fall T,-e -sscc a'ed press LONDON Popular British stage, film and television comedy actor Roy Kinnear died Tuesday night 24 hours after falling from a horse while filming near Madrid, Spain. Press Association reported. He was 54. The British domestic news agency quoted an unidentified spokes man at the Ruber International Hospital in the Spanish capital as saying: We can confirm that Mr Kinnear ... is dead. He fell from a horse during filming, suffered head injuries and died ... in our intensive care unit." Press Association said it understood work on the film, "The Last Return Of The Three Musketeers co-starring Michael York and Oliver Reed, was suspended becausc-of the death of the roly-poly actor. It said York took Kinnear to the hospital after the fall and that Kinnear's wife, actress Carmel Cry an. was at her husband's hospital bedside. Styling is Easy with. . . Clairol' Clairol' I g j condition H andHkm 71 c. ! 2 For 3 Your Choice 15-Oz. Shampoo, 15-Oz. After Shampoo Treatment, 6-Oz. Styling Mousse, 4-Oz. Styling Cel, 7-Oz. Hairspray or 6-Oz. Sculpting Spritz. Clairol' Nice'nEosy. Natural-looking color and great conditioning. 3.59 clairesse clainesse S h a m ) o o -1 n hair color lotion bv Clairol". 3.67 ( LAIROl' final net PUMP For a great look that lasts. 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Amber is partially deaf and suffers from migraine headaches that require medication, Garcia said. Lt. John Miner, of the Pinole Police Department, said his de partment received one phone call "every five to 10 minutes until Tuesday, after the department confirmed Monday that a Sacramento couple may have spoken to Amber in Camp Connell, a town about 100 miles north of where Amber vanished. A woman in this Calaveras County town north of Angels Camp told police that a girl walked up to her on Aug. 12 and identified herself as Amber Swartz-Garcia before she disappeared with an unknown couple accompanying her. Miner said. Police and FBI agents have spent several days in the town questioning residents and showing them composite draw ings of the couple. They have not found any significant leads. Miner said. "We canvassed the area trying to locate these people, but weve not had any luck at all, Miner said. Investigators still have a list of vacationers in the area they plan to check, hoping the couple may have been among them. Miner said. The woman who saw the girl did not tell police about it until two days later, when she returned home to Sacramento. She did not know who Amber was until she saw the girl's picture on a milk carton. Police, however, did not investigate right away because they twice failed to take the womans name and phone number when she called. Miner said. Calls began pouring into the police and the Amber Swartz-Garcia Foundation after the report of the citing. 2-year-old receives heart, lung transplants Gannett News Service SAN BERNARDINO A 2-year-old boy became the youngest recipient of a heart and lung transplant at Stanford University Medical Center and was in critical condition Tuesday after the six-hour operation. The San Bernardino boy became the 53rd recipient of a heart and lung transplant since the medical center near San Francisco began the operations in 1981, said spokeswoman Becky Berntson. The child suffered from a defect that kept his heart from developing correctly before birth and which later caused his lungs to become diseased, relatives said. Nicholas, his father and his mother, Roxanne Morgan, were rushed to the medical center early Tuesday in a special medical ambulance jet that took off from Ontario International Airport. Californian Karen A. Wittmer President & Publisher David R. Doucette Editor Bernard J. Petrich Advertising Director Tom W. Weldon Circulation Director Howard K. Skirvin Production Director Pamela S. Dieckman Controller All departments, call 424-2221 or 646626. From outside the area, call tolWree 1 (800) 992-6397. Call 424-5689 for the newsroom Opinionline. Circulation service department 758-CIRC Established in 1871 (continuing the Salmas Index, Salmas Daily Journal and Salmas Morning Post), the Salinas Californian is owned by Salmas Newspapers. Inc , a member of the Gannett Co , Inc. Published Monday through Friday afternoons and Saturday morning at AJisal and Church streets (P.0 Box 81091). Salmas, Calif. 93912 Second class postage paid al Salmas. Calif Phone (408, 424-2221 SUGGESTED SUBSCRIPTION RATES By bicycle carrier and motor route S8 per month. By mail in Monterey County one month, $9 75, three months. $29 25; six months, $58 50; one year, $117. The circulation customer service number. 758-CIRC, is answered trom 8 a.m. to 7 p m., Monday through Friday, and trom 5.30 am to 10 30 a m. on Saturdays The publisher reserves the right to change subscription rales during the term of a subscription upon 30 days' notice This notice may be by mail to the subscriber, by notice contained in the newspaper itself, or otherwise Subscription rale changes may be implemented by changing the duration of the subscription. NEWS TIPS If you have news tips to share with the Californian, please call these editors or -the Opi-monlme phone at 424-5689 City editor- Tom Lee Features editor- Tom Leyde Sports editor: George Watkins Editorial page editor: Linda Green OtoEM!:!!) tHsa?nRj0 0eee3VEi isafl y 4 li .Tjrr 4, A Y v . x t t rA j r . 1 . ' i 'i ' n A "Mi v'iiTjx, 'k- ooo Hurry . . . Sale Ends September 30th OPEN MON.-SAT. 10 TO 6 SUNDAY 12 TO 5 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH ON CREDIT APPROVAL EGQ Window 121.1

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