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The Selma Enterprise from Selma, California • 2

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Obituaries -IPa(GE-i years. He was a ranch foreman for Jensen Pilegard for 30 years. He is survived by three sons, Lee Sullivan and Don Sullivan, both of Clovis and Dale Sullivan of Kerman; four daughters, Connie L. Norton of Hanford, Barbara Patton of Fresno and Patricia Phillips and Jeanie Cobb, both of Kerman; a brother, Earl Sullivan of Raisin City; 16 grandchildren; and seven greatgrandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Charldene Sullivan, in September 1993.

Remembrances may be made to the Nancy Hinds Hospice, 1416 W. Twain, Fresno, 93711. Thomas-Robinson Funeral Home in Selma was in charge of arrangements. Lawrence Arthur Varela Lawrence Arthur Larry Varela of Fresno, died March 19 at Selma District Hospital at the age of 53. He was a victim of suicide.

A rosary was recited Thursday and a Mass was celebrated Friday at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Selma. Monsignor John Esquibel officated. Interment was at Floral Memorial Park in Selma. Mr.

Varela is survived by his wife, Gloria C. Varela of Fresno; his parents, Jess and Lupe Varela of Selma; two sons, Brian Varela and Greg Varela, both of Fresno; two brothers, Andy Varela and Eddie Varela, both of Selma; two sisters, Judy Hernandez of Selma and Rita Aguallo of Sacramento. Remembrances may be made to Our Lady of Victory School, 1626 W. Princeton Fresno, CA 94704. Page Funeral Chapel in Selma was in charge of arrangements.

Warren A. Marshall, both of San Diego, Keith M. Marshall of Fresno, and Wayne Marshall of Los Angeles; eight sisters, Barbara A. Davis of Fowler, Carolyn A. King, Janice Mays and Laveme K.

Larson, all of Fresno, Sheila M. Wealsey, Darla F. Williams and Jacqueline S. Thompson, all of San Diego and Cynthia L. Marshall of El Centro.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Char-letta Marshall. Richard Steven Nichols Richard Steven Nichols, 22 of Sanger, died March 24. A Mass was celebrated Monday at St. Marys Catholic Church in Sanger. Mr.

Nichols was a student at Kings River Community College in Reedley. He enjoyed outdoors activities, including visiting the mountains. He is survived by his parents, Kingsburg Chamber of Commerce manager Dick Nichols and his wife Diane of Sanger; two sisters, Stacee Nichols of Fresno and Erin Nichols of Sanger; his grandparents, Odie Nichols, Connie Ervin and Jerry Kuhlmann, all of Porterville. Wallin Son Funeral Home in Sanger was in charge of arrangements. Robert Lee Sullivan Jr.

Robert Lee Sullivan Jr. of Kerman, died March 24 in Fresno. He was 70. A graveside service was held Tuesday at Fresno Memorial Gardens. Harley Wooten of the Church of Christ officiated.

Mr. Sullivan was bom in Love County, Okla. before relocating to the Central Valley, and had lived in Kerman for 27 Leora Broemser Longtime Selma resident Leora Broemser died March 24. She was 90. Visitation will be Thursday from 8 a.m.

to 6 p.m. at Page Funeral Chapel in Selma. A service will be held Friday at 2 p.m at Pella Lutheran Church in Selma. The Rev. Gary Gould, of Pella Lutheran Church, will officiate.

Interment will be at Floral Memorial Park in Selma. Mrs. Broemser was born in Brush, Colorado, and had lived in Selma for 74 years, graduating from Selma High School. She worked as an X-ray technician for 15 years and was a homemaker. She was a past president of the Walnut Improvement Club and a member of Pella Lutheran Church in Selma.

She had been a resident of the Bethel Lutheran Home in Selma for 2 1 years. Mrs. Broemser is survived by two daughters, Patricia Broemser of Mountain View and Norma Meyers of lone; one sister, Della Bowman of Lewiston; 11 grandchildren; and 15 greatgrandchildren. Remembrances may be sent to the Bethel Lutheran Home Memorial Fund, 2280 Dockery Selma, 93662. Vanessa Cabello Vanessa Cabello, the infant daughter of Jess and Rose Cabello of Kingsburg, died March 26 in Selma.

She was 19 days old. Visitation is today from 1 to 7 p.m. at Creighton Memorial Chapel in Kingsburg, with a rosary to be recited at 7 p.m. at the chapel. Mass will be celebrated Thursday at 10 a.m.

at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Selma. Interment will be at Kingsburg District Cemetery. The Rev. Anthony Sancho will officiate.

In addition to her parents, she is survived by her brother, Jimmy Cabello of Kingsburg. Louise E. Dickinson Louise E. Dickinson of Kingsburg died March 22. She was 45.

A memorial service was held Saturday at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses in Kingsburg. A private burial was held at Kingsburg District Cemetery. Dave Andrews of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses officiated over the services. Mrs. Dickinson was born in El Monte and had lived in Kingsburg for 1 1 years.

She worked as a personal line supervisor for Van Beurden Insurance Services Inc. in Kingsburg for eight years. She is survived by her husband, John T. Dickinson Jr. of Kingsburg; a brother, David Ewell of Reedley; and her parents, Chet and Ellen Ewell of Reedley.

Thomas-Robinson Funeral Home in Selma was in charge of arrangements. Rosie Flores Garza Rosie Flores Garza of Dinuba died March 20 at the age of 50. A rosary was recited Thursday and a Mass celebrated Friday at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Selma. Monsignor John Esquivel of St.

Joseph officiated. Interment was at Floral Memorial Park in Selma. Mrs. Garza was born in Mexico and had lived in Dinuba for 20 years. She was a homemaker.

She is survived by her husband, Juan Garza of Dinuba; two sons, John Garza Jr. and Peter Garza, both of Dinuba; two daughters, Cindy Garcia of Hanford and Elida Garza of Fresno; her parents, Rafael and Joxephina Flores of Selma; two brothers, Rafael Flores Jr. of Selma and Roglio Flores of Clovis; two sisters, Molly Huerra and Angie Flores, both of Selma; and two grandchildren. Page Funeral Chapel in Selma was in charge of arrangements. Dock G.

Jackson Longtime Selma resident Dock G. Jackson died March 25 in Fresno. He was 83. A service was held Tuesday at the Cathedral of Light Church in Selma, with the Rev. Hal Thompson officiating.

Interment was at the Kingsburg District Cemetery. Mr. Jackson was bom in Gore, Okla. to George and Elzora Jackson, and lived in Selma for more than 60 years. He moved to Calfomia with his parents, his wife, Irene, and his son, Charles, and settled in the Conejo area, where he farmed cotton and grapes for 50 years.

He had attended the Cathedral of Light Church in Selma for 45 years. Mr. Jackson is survived by his wife of 64 years, Irene Jackson of Selma; two sons, Charles Jackson of Lake San Antonio and Jerry Jackson of Modesto; a daughter, Donna Sasselli of Selma; a sister, Jewell Call of Selma; six grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Page Funeral Chapel in Selma was in charge of arrangements. Harold E.

Kern Harold E. Kern, a former Kingsburg resident, died March 14 at his home in Bend, Ore. He was 87. A memorial service was held March 1 8 at the Niswonger-Reynolds Chapel in Bend. The Rev.

James Parr Philipson of the First United Methodist Church of Bend officiated. Interment was in the Kingsburg District Cemetery. Mr. Kern was bom April 23, 1907 in Beverly, Neb. to Chris and Amelia Schaffer Kern.

He graduated from North Central College in Naperville, 111., and married the former Elsie Klein in 1929 in McCook, Neb. The Kerns later moved to Kingsburg, where they lived for 10 years. The Kerns moved to Pittsburg in 1939 while he was employed with Redwood Manufacturing and returned to Kingsburg in 1946, where Mr. Kem designed and built homes. In 1953 the Kerns moved to Bend, Ore.

where he built the Skylark Motel (now the Sonoma Lodge). The Kerns owned and operated the lodge until 1967. Mr. Kern was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Bend, and was chairman of the Deschutes County Keep Oregon Green campaign. He is survived by his wife, Elsie Klein Kem of Oregon; a daughter, Betty White of Tustin; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

Remembrances may be made to the First United Methodist Church building fund, 680 NW Bond Bend, OR 97701. Mae C. Lambert Fowler resident Mae C. Lambert died March 25. She was 84.

A graveside service was held Tuesday at the Fowler District Cemetery. Mrs. Lambert was a homemaker. Wallin's Fowler Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Loren Tufty' Marshall Jr.

Loren Melvin Tuffy Marshall Jr. of Fowler died March 21, at the age of 47. He was the victim of a homicide. A service was held Monday at the Jesse E. Cooley Jr.

Funeral Chapel in Fresno. Mr. Marshall was an airplane maintenance worker for Pan American Air Lines. He is survived by one son, Loren Melvin Teeter Marshall III of San Francisco; his father, Loren Melvin Marshall Sr. of El Centro; his mother, Jear-lene Sue Baxter of San Diego; five brothers, Richard A.

Thomas of San Francisco, Kenneth R. Marshall and Newsmakers Laton student is honored at FPC Guadalupe Garcia of Laton has been named to the Dean's Honor Roll for the fall 1994 semester at Fresno Pacific College. Garcia, a 1991 graduate of Laton High School, is majoring in liberal studies with a bilingual emphasis. She is the daughter of Rafael and Norberta Garcia of Laton. Eligibility for the Dean's Honor Roll is dependent on completion of 12 units of class work with a grade point average of 4.0 (straight A's) in at least six units.

The college, celebrating its 50th anniversary, is a private, Christian liberal arts college. Petty officer serves aboard U.S. carrier U.S. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Marc S. Banuelos is one of 5,500 sailors and Marines who are at about the halfway point of their six-month deployment aboard the aircraft carrier USS Constellation in the Persian Gulf and the western Pacific Ocean.

Banuelos is the son of Ruben Banuelos of Fowler. He is an 1985 graduate of Roosevelt High School in Fresno, and joined the Navy in August 1985. He and his crewmates left San Diego in November and are expected to return to San Diego in May. The Constellation is the lead ship in a seven-ship battle group which also includes two guided missile cruisers, a destroyer, a submarine and two logistics support ships. Banuelos and his crewmates have been in the Persian Gulf since January supporting the enforcement of the no-fly zone over southern Iraq and enforcing the United Nations embargo against -us The Selma Enterprise and 2lle Sefma Irrigator 1995 Member C4tfcmto Nrwa PuHUMAMda Central Californias No.

I weekly newspaper The Irrigator's Declaration April 3, 1886 The interests of this section will be our interests, and we shall zealously watch ewer them, that none may traduce or injure its adxancement. Published every Wednesday morning, bv Community Newspapers, along with our sister newspaper. The kingsburg Recorder. Entered as second class matter at the Post Oillce at Selma, Fresno County, CA 93062; Number USPS 489 060. Postmaster: Send address changes to The Selma Enterprise, P.O.

Box 100, Selma, CA 93662. The Selma Enterprise 2045 Grant Street P.O. Box 100 Selma, CA 936)62 Phone (209) 896-1976 Subscription Rates: Inside Fresno County, one year, $18; six months, $12; three months, $10. (Senior citizens, one year, $15, six months, $10 three months, $9.) Elsewhere in California, one year, $21; six months, $14; three months, $11. Outside California, one year, $23; six months, $15, three months, $12.

Individual copies, 45 cents. Adjudged a newspaper of general circulation by the Superior Court of the County of Fresno, State of California. The Selma Irrigator, established April 3, 1886. Published as The Selma Dailv Irrigator from March 15, 1888 to Dec. 31, 1896.

The Selma Enterprise, established June 23, 1S88. Published as The Selma Daily Enterprise from October to November 1888; Sept. 19, 1889 to Nov. 8. 1890; and Jan.

20, 1891 to Feb. 13, 1891. Published as The Fresno County Enterprise beginning May 30, 1891. Renamed The Selma Enterprise on April 25, 1912. Absoibed die Del Rev Enterprise (founded Julv 28, 1919) on Oct.

3, i924. Consolidated as The Selma Irrigator. Feb. 1, 1929. Combined with The Parlier Progress (founded Jan.

5, 1911) on Dec. 31, 1931. Renamed and continued as The Selma Enterprise beginning Nov. 2, 1939. The Kingsburg Recorder, established Nov.

30, 1904 and published continuouslv since. Community Newspapers, Inc. James A. Brock Publisher Gerald Itham Advertising Director Kim Pickrel! Production Supervisor Julie Pendley Publisher's Assistant Timothy Sheehan Managing Editor Kingsburg Recorder Edwin E. Jacobs Editor-Manager The Selma Enterprise Staff Editorial Eusevio Arias Photogiapher Tim Douglas Reporter Will Goldheck Sports Reporter Karen Rolierts Reporter Susan Jane Tucker Reporter Advertising Sc Graphics Paulette Cat cia Graphics Kay Minamoto Graphics Carole Norwood Sales Melba Simpson-Sprinkle Graphics Typography Verna Gatcia Composition Supervisor Maria Merino Aitist Brenda Meadows Typesetter Jan Shackelford Pioofteader Office Deanna Diaz Classified Sales Margaret Rush Receptionist Production Terry Willems Lead Pressman Jimmy Brown, Marc Chavez, Joe Dominguez, Rick Hurtado, Maigie Martinez, Matin Murillo, Doug Offenheisrr, Eric Offenheiser, Ric Ramirez, Adrian Ruiz.

Circulation Candy Joanne Cruz, I.inda Gatcia, Susan Melgoza, Irene Offenheiser. Juanita Quintana, Inez Rendon, Carvl Rovston, Josic Rushing. Bruno Medrano Maintenanc The Kingsburg Recorder Staff Editorial Mitc Huerta Repot ter Vince Rcmbulat Reporter Office Virginia Kasparian Office Manager BIRTHS At Selma District Hospital: To Irene Almaguer and Mike Carrillo of Selma, a girl, March 21. To Maria Villanueva and Jesse Castro of Selma, a boy, March 23. To Melissa and Ivan Matamoros of Selma, a boy, March 23.

To Shea Owens and Greg Morelos of Kingsburg, a boy, March 24. To Denise and Fidencio Ramirez of Selma, a boy, March 24. To Stacey Pouncey and Thomas Bean of Caruthers, a girl, March 24. To Blanca and Jesus Vasquez of Parlier, a girl, March 25. To Stephanie Rhodes and David Bethel of Selma, a girl, March 26.

At Kaiser Medical Center: To Esther and Vinson Perez of Selma, a girl, March 3. To Lori and Michael DeBinder of Selma, a boy, March. 7. At St. Agnes Medical Center: To Irma and Daniel Bernal of Fowler, a girl, March 21.

To Sarina and Jeffrey Freitas of Laton, a boy, March 21. To Minerva and Elias Mahfoud of Kingsburg, a girl, March 21. To Maria Sandoval and Robert Galaviz of Parlier, a boy, March 21. To Dena and Troy Yarbrough of Selma, a girl, March 21 WATERING SCHEDULES Iraq. The ship has also visited Hong Kong and the United Arab Emirates.

Selma student makes Biola Dean's List Jennifer Elizabeth Sorensen of Selma has been named to the Dean's List for the fall 1994 semester at Biola University in La Mirada. Sorensen is a communications major at the school, a Christian liberal arts college. The Dean's List honors students who earned a semester grade point average of 3.5 (B-plus) or higher. Chiropactor receives masters recognition Dr. Timothy E.

Kopper, a chiropractor practicing in Kingsburg, has received his masters recognition for skill in assessment of permanent medical impairments. Kopper completed an intensive postgraduate course in the American Medical Association guidelines for the evaluation of permanent medical conditions, including losses of bodily functions and impairments. In a written statement, Kopper said he plans to implement his new training to better serve his patients who have been injured. Airman finishes USAF fuel specialist course U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Robert C.

Dick recently graduated from the Fuels Specialist Course taught at Sheppard Air Force Base in Wichita Falls, Texas. Dick is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dick of Selma. He is a 1987 graduate of Patterson High School in Patterson.

During the course, students are taught procedures for receiving, storing and issuing petroleum and cryogenic products WEATHER FORECAST RAINFALL SUMMARY High pressure has returned to the south county but an upper level low to the east is keeping temperatures from reaching above normal. Only a few clouds are forecast through the weekend. DAY BY DAY MARCH temperatures Mai. Min. 21 Rain 56 47 22 Rain 62 44 23 Rain 60 40 24 Cloudy 57 38 25 Clear 61 35 26 Clear 65 37 27 Clear 68 38 NORMALS 69 45 precipitation Sal.

King. Ck). .16 .34 .39 .48 .58 .50 .35 .35 .35 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 Pacific Standard Time Precipitation totals in Selma and Kingsburg are for the 24 hours following 7 a.m. on the date shown. HIGHS AND LOWS temperatures 1: Extremes of maximum and minimum for the weather season which began July IN SELMA Days: Even-numbered addresses may water on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday; odd-numbered addresses may wafer on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; no watering is allowed on Monday.

Hours: Watering is prohibited between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. every day. Swimming pools: Adding to or filling pools is al lowed only on designated irrigation days, before 10 a.m. or after 6 p.m.

Car washing: Washing cars, boats and other vehicles at home is permitted only with an automatic shutoff nozzle, on designated days before 10 a.m. or after 6 p.m. Other uses: Washing of sidewalks, driveways, parking lots or other paved areas is prohibited at ail times unless necessary for public health and safety. and 6 p.m. every day.

IN KINGSBURG Swimming pools: A permit must be secured from nu. con i City Hall for initial swimming pool fills and refills, with a DT Enumbered addresses may water on nominal charge. Wednesday, Friday and Sunday; odd-numbered ad- Watering will be monitored by city patrols. Citi-dresses may water on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- zens who do not comply with restrictions will be warned day; no watering is allowed on Monday. twice and then cited.

For information on exemptions Hours: Watering is prohibited between 12 noon call City Hall at 897-5821. I I i.

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