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Almanac Fremont Tribun A2 Wednesday, May 3, 1995 5 TIE i i Anastasia Balak HOWELLS The funeral Mass for Anastasia L. Balak, 92, of Howells will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Johns Catholic Church in Howells. She died Sunday, April 30, 1995, at St. Francis Memorial Hospital in West Point. Anastasia Svitak was bom Nov. 11, 1902, in rural Howells in Stanton County, and attended District 27 rural schools. She married Ladislav Balak July 2, 1924, in Howells. They fanned in Cuming County until retiring and moving into Howells in 1962. Her husband died June 17, 1970. She moved to St. Joseph Retirement Community in West Point in July 1979, and to Colonial Haven Nursing Home in Beemer in October 1993. She was a member of St. Johns Catholic Church in Howells, its Altar Society and Christian Mothers Society. Survivors include two daughters, Ann Ruskamp of West Point and Lorraine (Mrs. Alvin) Schlautman of Howells; a brother, Stanley of Howells; a sister, Emma Gall of Clarkson; 22 grandchildren and 36 great-grandchildren. She also was preceded in death by two sons, four brothers, six sisters and two grandchildren. The Rev. Tom Sellentin will officiate Thursdays service. Visitation will be 2:30-8:30 tonight at Humlicek Funeral Home in Howells. A prayer service will be 10 a.m. Thursday at the funeral home. A rosary will be 3 tonight by the Altar and Christian Mothers societies, both at the funeral home. Burial will be at the church cemetery. Leona Knudsen The funeral for Leona Knudsen, 79, of Fremont will be 1 1 a.m. Saturday at Williams Funeral Home in St. Cloud, Minn. Knudsen died Monday, May 1, 1995, at Memorial Hospital of Dodge County. A prayer service will be 7:30 tonight at Ludvigsen Mortuary in Fremont. The Rev. Donald Levenhagen will officiate. Burial will be at Benton County Cemetery in Sauk Rapids, Minn. Paul Kunz Paul A. Kunz, 81, of Fremont, formerly of Scribner, died Tuesday, May 2, 1995, at Arbor Manor in Fremont. Funeral arrangements are pending at Moser Memorial Chapel in Fremont. Barb Miller Barb Miller, 64, of Fremont died Tuesday, May 2. 1995, in Fremont. Funeral arrangements are pending at Rozanek and Son Colonial Chapel in Fremont. Barbara Pickhinke HOWELLS Barbara A. Pickhinke, 88, of Howells died Tuesday, May 2, 1995, at Parkview Home in Dodge. Funeral arrangements are pending at Humlicek Funeral Home in Howells. Joshua Sieve The funeral for Joshua James Sieve, 8, of Denison, Iowa, the son of Debbie Sieve of Denison and Loren Sieve of Fremont, was Saturday at Zion Lutheran Church in Denison. Joshua died Thursday, April 27, 1995, as a result of a June 2, 1994, accident at Denison. He was bom Aug. 4, 1986, in Denison and was a second-grader at a Denison elementary school. Joshua was a member of Zion Lutheran Church in Denison and its Sunday school. Survivors include his parents, Debbie Sieve of Denison and Loren Sieve of Fremont; a sister. Heather of Denison; and two grandparents, Mary Klocke of Carroll, Iowa, and Viola Segebart of Sieve Denison. Burial was at Westside Cemetery at Westside, Iowa. Walter A. Huebner and Sons Funeral Service in Denison was in charge of arrangements. Frank Votruba DODGE Frank Votruba, 72, of Mathis, Texas, formerly of Dodge, died Sunday, April 30, 1995, in Texas. Funeral arrangements are pending at Humlicek Funeral Home in Dodge. Ruth Young LYONS Ruth M. Young, 88, of Lyons died Sunday, April 30, 1995, at Logan Valley Manor in Lyons. Ruth Miller was bom June 22, 1906, on the family farm east of Lyons. She attended rural school and graduated from Lyons High School in 1923 and The Business College of San Jose, Calif., where she worked for three years. She returned to Lyons in 1927 and worked for White Investment Co., in real estate, loans and insurance, for 22 years. She married Stanley Young Dec. 11, 1943, in Omaha. In 1949, they became owner -operators of Youngs Market in Lyons and ran it for 17 years. They sold the store in 1966. She was a reporter for the Lyons Mirror-Sun for 10 years. Her husband died Nov. 19, 1980. She moved to Logan Valley Manor in May 1987. She was a member of First United Presbyterian Church in Lyons, the Junior Womens Club, Harvey Lenig American Legion Post 83 Auxiliary, Robert Klase Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7998 Auxiliary and World War I Barracks Auxiliaries, Chapter CX of PEO Sisterhood, Presbyterian Women, Northeastern Nebraska Genealogical Society and received the Ak-Sar-Ben Good Neighbor Award in 1965. Young also was preceded in death by a brother. Survivors include a sister, Mildred Stone of Lyons. The funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday at First United Presbyterian Church in Lyons. The Rev. Donald Drury will officiate. Visitation is in progress until 9 tonight and 9 a.m. to noon Thursday, both at Piper Funeral Home in Lyons, and an hour before the service at the chinch. Burial will be at Lyons Cemetery. Cruise From Page Al people to win the cruise from an estimated six million entries. It was surprising to me when I got the letter that there were six million entries, she said. The eight-day trip begins Sunday when she and her husband will be flown to Los Angeles to board the MS Winward for the cruise. The ship will then . travel up the coast to Juneau and other Alaskan towns. This is not the first trip Steinert has won. In May 1985, she won a trip on the Mississippi Queen riverboat Ufi rM Wed., May 3rd 1-8 p.m. Thurs., May 4th 1-8 p.m. AMDE APWACWE We Service What We Sell 1234 E, 16th 721-3221 Make An Offer Doll Sale! . On our beautiful porcelain dolls Elvis Fans Do we have goodies for you! T-Shirts Salt & Pepper Cups Glasses Bells ' Toothpick holders Music Box Guitars Decanters & MORE Everything for Dolls! Antique Dolls Wigs Shoes Clothes Doll covers We buy antique dollsl Local Tonight: Light rain likely in the evening: Fog and drizzle late tonight. Low in the lower to mid 40s. East wind 5 to 10 mph becoming northeast. Chance of measurable rain 80 percent. Thursday: Fog and drizzle early: Mostly cloudy in the afternoon. High in the mid 50s. North wind 5 to 10 mph. State Tonight: Cloudy: Light rain in the evening east; Drizzle and fog late tonight. Lows mid 30s west to mid 40s southeast. Extended Friday: A chance of late afternoon thunderstorms west. Dry central and east. Lows upper 30s to mid 40s. Highs 60 to 70. Saturday and Sunday: A chance of rain and thundershowers. Lows in the 40s. Highs in the 60s. iNATlONAHWeathe The Accu-Weather forecast for Binds atpamt Mgh COLD WARM STATIONARY Prwfur H HIGH L LOW E3 S3 SHOWERS RAIN S3 EZ3 E3 T -SI CRUS FLURRIES SNOW Showers will dampen a large area Thursday from the Great Lakes to the Tennessee Valley. A few thunderstorms will rumble across eastern Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas. High pressure on the North Carolina coast will provide sunshine for the East. The Plains will be mild and dry, but some showers will accompany a storm moving into Idaho. Suspects From Page A1 11,000 leads. Sometimes they turn out to be hot, sometimes they turn out to be cold, and that was the problem yesterday, Panetla said on CBS This Morning. But, frankly, the investigation continues at an aggressive pace and were confident that ultimately well catch the culprits. Meanwhile, the death toll rose to 142 today, including 15 children. Workers searching for about 40 missing people took their first night off since the April 19 explosion, halting the search from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. because of the instability of the wrecked building. Its too dangerous to do night operations, Assistant Fire Chief Jon Hansen said. Workers resumed clearing rubble at the site this morning, but there was no immediate word if a large backhoe thats been standing by since Monday would begin removing debris previously carried out by hand. The dramatic capture and abrupt release of Jacks and Land came as a federal grand jury begin its inquiry into the worst terrorist attack on American soil. The grand jury, which met at Tinker Air Force Base just outside of Oklahoma City, heard testimony from Ed and Linda I L Thursday, May 4 Accu-Weather forecast for daytime conditions and high temperatures WYO. Grand w NWW j.rv Snow Showers T-storms Ram Flumes Vm Associated Press GraphicsNet Tonight: Light rain likely in the evening: Fog and drizzle late tonight. Low in the lower to mid 40s. East wind 5 to 10 mph becoming northeast. Chance of measurable rain 80 percent. Thursday: Fog and drizzle early: Mostly cloudy in the afternoon. High in the mid 50s. North wind 5 to 10 mph. noon, Thursday, May 4. temperature zones for the day. 01995 Accu-Weather Inc Q ICE SUNNY PT CLOUOY CLOUDY Paulsen, owners of an Anti go, Wis., military supply store. One of the couples business cards was found crumpled in the police car that McVeigh rode in after he was stopped 75 minutes after the blast on weapons and traffic violations. We told them what weve been saying all along, that we have absolutely no association with the man, Paulsen told The Associated Press. The Paulsens have suggested that McVeigh could have obtained their card at a gun show. In Milan, Mich., bond was denied for James Nichols. He is being held on charges of conspiring to build and blow up bombs at his farm in Decker, Mich. At the bond hearing, FBI Special Agent Randall Farmer testified that James Nichols told a confidential witness sometime between 1987 and 1990 that Terry Nichols and McVeigh were having fun making bombs. The informant also recalled a conversation in which James Nichols claimed the technology existed for a super bomb that could blow up a federal building, Farmer said. U.S. Magistrate Virginia Morgan ordered James Nichols held without bond until a May 12 preliminary hearing. She ac Home Health Care MADISON, NE LPNsHHAs, Adult Care GLENW00D, IA Pediatric HHAs WISNER, NE RNLPN, Pediatric Care CREIGHTON, NE LPNs, Adult Care WAYNE, NE HHAs, Pediatric Care Olsten Kimberly Quality Care Call Shirley at 1-800-888-4933 FREMONT CARE CENTER, INC. 2700 Laverna Street Fremont. Nebraska (402) 727-4900 We invite you to celebrate National Nurses Week (May 7-13) and National Nursing Home Week (May 14-20) by attending our Open House and Dedication of our new stained glass windows on Sunday, May 7, 1995 from 2 to 4 p.m.!! Our facility has proudly been serving Fremont and the surrounding communities for over 2 1 years and we have recently completed our new addition and renovation which will help us improve on our continued commitment to the elderly. Please join us in marking this milestone. Tours and refreshments will be served throughout the afternoon. Island KAN. Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy 1995 Accu-WeatfiBf. Inc. Sunset today, 8:23 p.m.; sunrise Thursday, 6:18 a.m., sunset Thursday, 8:24 p.m. Local precipitation total for 1995: 6.87 inches. Normal precipitation for this date: 6.42 inches. Fremont received .28 inch Monday and .13 as of 7 this morning. Pollen count The pollen count to day is moderate at 62 grains per cubic meter of air. The total pollen level today consists mainly of: Oak (42 percent). Birch (17 percent). Ash (17 percent). knowledged that she probably would have ordered him released were it not for his close ties to McVeigh. It is very difficult to separate the charge here from all the other things going on, she said. Terry Nichols, who served in the Army with McVeigh, is being held without bond in Kansas as a material witness in the Oklahoma bombing. That serves to keep him in custody because he hasnt been served with the warrant charging him in the -Michigan case. His attorney said he would appeal an order transferring his client to Oklahoma City to appear before the grand jury. The search for Land, 35, and Jacks, 60, had seemed to be a promising lead for investigators. The two had stayed in a King-man, Ariz., motel in March, down the street from motels where McVeigh was living. The pair also stayed in Oklahoma in the days following the bombing, including at a Perry, Okla., motel four blocks from the jail where McVeigh was held following his arrest. After the FBI issued an alert for the Thunderbird registered to Land in Arizona, the two were spotted at the Kel Lake Motel in Carthage, a small town 20 miles east of the Oklahoma line. Career Opportunities BLAIR, NE RNLPN, Pediatric Care WEST POINT, NE LPNsHHAs, Adult Care PLATTE CENTER, NE RNLPN, Pediatric Care EOE J To have your name published in newspaper ask for a release form when mined to hospital. Names below may represent all admissions, dismissals or bii Admissions Julie Riecken of Fremont. Dismissals None. Births Anthony and Julie Riecken Fremont, a son bom Monday. Band From Page A1 sisted of five students. Sin then, the band has steadily grov to its present size. The qual has also continually gotten bette Were playing more diffici music with more people and be ter each year, King said. King is working on a Strav nsky piece for next year in sti dents individual lessons. Im constantly looking fc something to take them to th next level, he said. Foster From Page A1 With a very small staff, for very small amount of money, . you become a very large voice, she said. Foster said he had done mud to fix problems in his program and, as surgeon general, hi would call a national meeting oi teen pregnancy, encouraging al similar programs to share re sources and brainstorm. Kassebaum also quesjfcncc Foster closely on allegations that he knew about the infamout government Tuskegee experimenl in which men with syphilis were left untreated in 19691 three years before it ended. 1 At the time, Foster was an? obstetrician in Tuskegee, Ala.j where the experiment was taking place. He was also an officer inj the local county medical society. Kassebaum also cited an affidavit from a state public health officer who said Foster knew about the study in 1970. Foster said he and the health officer in question both learned about the study together in 1972. Sen. Edward Kennedy, the committees ranking Democrat, brought forward a letter from a woman who said Foster was delivering a baby at the time of the 1969 meeting Foster allegedly attended, in which he might have learned of the study. Meanwhile, Sen. Dan Coats, R-Ind., continued to pound away at Fosters abortion record, trying to make sure Foster had clearly represented his record. Foster has said he performed 39 abortions since 1973, and one before that time in a complicated life-or-death case where he performed a hysterectomy and only found out later from tissue that a fetus was present. To win the committees backing, Foster must have the votes of all seven Democrats and at least two of the panels nine Republicans. Three Republicans Kassebaum, Sen. James Jeffords of Vermont and Tennessee doctor-tumed-senator Bill Frist appear to be the most likely GOP supporters. But all remained uncommitted at days end. 'TP' FRF.MONT - IRIBUNH-1 1995. Hmww CoowiinvWw. he- - 135 North Main 721-5000 Fremont, Neb. 68025 Jim Holland: Publisher Brent Waseniue: Managing Editor Pam Zoocha: Advertising Director Kim Brecht: Controller News The Fremont Tribune welcomea nw. tips and store steaa. To suggaat an idea tot a si ore os photograph cad Managing Editor Brent Wasemua . H you have something for the People page. News Editor Tammy ReaFMcKetghan oan help you. Call Scott Stranger d you have a tip, idea or question aoncernmg sports. Circulation Subscribers should receive their Fremont Tribune by 5 p.m. daily and 7 VO am Saturday. M you do not reoarea your paper cal 721-5000 More 6:30 P-m. weekdays or 9:30 a.m. Saturdays. Advertising The advertising! department a avertable to help you with ctassdied advertising horn 800 am to 5.-00 pm washdays, edrier in the Tribune building ot by phone, 721-5000. 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