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A-8 Thursday, July 29, 1999 Obituaries Mamie 'Ma Garrett Services were held for Mamie M. Garrett, who died June 29. She was 96 Mrs. Garrett was a long-time resident of Santa Cruz. She enjoyed traveling and spending time with her friends. Mrs. Garrett was buried at Suisun Fairfield Cemetery. Bilingual parrot, owner reunite Los Angeles Daily News LOS ANGELES Nearly two dozen people, some from the far reaches of the county, came to the West Valley animal shelter to claim an exotic African gray parrot that flew its coop in Porter Ranch last week. As proof of ownership, they brought receipts, pictures, veterinary records, theft reports and sad stories. But only one person could make the parrot talk in English and Russian so Wednesday she got to take her Oscar home. "Do you understand?" the bird squawked in Russian to Irina Simmons, 33, as she was reunited with her bird. "I am very happy," Simmons said. "I was pleased to see how well he was taken care of here. He was totally content. He didn't seem to miss anything at home where he lives in a wrought-iron cage with a tree." Traffic alert BOULDER CREEK: Two bar Road, traffic controls and delays, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Aug. 24, for storm-damage repairs. SANTA CRUZ: East Cliff Drive, between Johanns Beach Drive and Coastview Drive, delays in both directions, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Sept. 17, for sewer repairs. APTOS: Trout Gulch Road, between Valencia Street and Quail Run Road, closures and delays, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays through September, for construction. HIGHWAY 1: Pajaro River Bridge, one lane closed in each direction, all day every day, for seismic retrofitting. Rio del Mar to Emeline, one northbound and one southbound lane closed, 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. through Friday, for resurfacing. Davenport to Grayhound Rock, north and northbound traffic control with a fl agger, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. through Friday, for pavement repairs. HIGHWAY 9: Paradise Park to Glengary Road, one-way signalized traffic control, for storm-damage repairs, all day every day. Grove Street to Flat Street, oneway traffic control, expect 10 minute delays, 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. through Friday, for culvert replacement. HIGHWAY 17: Granite Creek Road to past Laurel Drive, traffic control with one lane closed, 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. though Friday, to install a culvert. For traffic information, call the Santa Cruz County traffic hotline at (8O0) 427-7623 or visit the county's traffic update Website at: umwseruz.netJdpw03IROADSITrM J Lottery Wednesday Super Lotto 1, 7, 13, 21, 29 and 38 for a jackpot estimated at $33 million. Daily 3 8,2,5 Daily Derby 1st place, 1, Gold Rush; 2nd place, 9, Winning Spirit; 3rd place, 10, Solid Gold. Race time: 1:46.31 Fantasy 5 1, 4, 15, 21, 22 For 24-hour lottery results, call 423-NEWS, selection No. U1L Amira Medical DIABETES RESEARCH People with Type 1 and 2 Diabetes wanted for testing of a new investigational blood glucose monitoring device! AMIRA Medical, of Scotts Valley, CA, is currently identifying people with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus who are willing to participate in a series of clinical studies associated with the development of a new blood glucose monitoring system. If chosen to participate in any of the upcoming clinical studies, people will receive payment for each study participated in. If interested, please call: Amira medical Telephone: (831) 439-0700, Ext. 5492 Between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday Sentinel Movie Continued from Page A1 san Entertainment. "We never lied to anyone, but we triad to make it scarier by creating an element of truth in the story." The marketing scheme has resulted in days of sold-out ticket sales at the 31 locations showing "Blair Witch." The film earned $2 million last weekend only slightly less than the total for "Muppets from Space," which was showing at more than 2,200 locations. Such breakout success has Sanchez and Myrick won dering just how much the film s legend will spread when "The Blair Witch Project" goes into wide release Friday. It opens today at the Nickelodeon in Santa Cruz. Already, a fan has written the filmmakers to criticize a purported tale of an 1886 search party that urafi fniinH mlirrtprpH nftpr The marketing scheme has resulted in daVS of SOld- its members apparently fell prey i i p . A ii: . ..u out ticket sales. lu uie luieai-uweiiuig wm-ii. "That letter started out, 'It's all a lie. -It's a big hoax,'" said Myrick, 35. "And I thought, 'Well, this guy figured it out.' Then he went on to say, 'You had it wrong. Here's the real way they were found.'" Some believers have organized search parties to look for the fictional documentary crew, who vanished in 1994. Still others have ventured into the Maryland woods with hopes of being spooked by the witch, the filmmakers said. "You hate for them to waste their time," Myrick said. "But at the same time you're really excited." Sanchez, 30, added: "Everybody is getting something out of it on a lot of different levels. As they spoke at a Beverly Hills Chang Continued from Page A1 Outside court, Chang denied the charges and said he was confident he would remain Flower's attorney. Flower is set for trial Aug. 16 on two counts of having continuous sexual conduct with a minor. After the boy, now 14, escaped a month ago from his county-ordered placement, he returned to the Santa Cruz area and had numerous contacts in person and by phone with Flower, authorities said. They do not know if any of the alleged contacts involved sex. Dominican MEORANO - July 12, 322 a m., to Olga Olivia Campos and Luis Alfredo Medrano, Watsonville. 8-pound 2-ounce boy. Jesus Enrique DELANDA July 12, 5:03 am., to Natasha Jenelle Bobo and Omar Villarreal Delanda, Santa Cruz, 7-pound 12-ounce boy, Daniel Omar HIURA - July 13, 1057 am. to Dolora Rose (Negrete) and Gary Isamu Hiura, Watsonville, 8-pound 7-ounce girl, Madeline Yunko ROMO July 14, 12:44 a.m., to Natalie RoseAnna (Pick-errill) and Jose Antonio Romo, Santa Cruz, 8-pound 15-ounce boy, Sergio Anthony PARISI AMADOR - July 14. $QA p.m., to Pnscilta Annette Amador and Joseph Michael Parisi, Ben Lomond, 6-pound 12-ounce boy, Java Joseph FORD July 14, 11:42 am., to Jennifer Dyann (Albin) and Spencer Eugene Ford, La Selva Beach, 6-pound 14-ounce boy, Zackery Spencer MARQUEZ DURAN - July 14, 9:51 p.m., to Andrea Maria Duran and Benjamin Lil Loco Marquez, Watsonville, 6-pound 10-ounce boy, Isaiah Anthony O'BRIEN July 14, 8:30 am., to Shannon Marie Alexander and Michael Paticfc O'Brien, Capitola, 7-pound 7-ounce girl, Briana Caitlin FREED - July 14, t24 am. to Maaike Visser and David Eric Freed, Santa Cruz, 6-pound 11-ounce boy, Adam David ANDREWS - July 15, 8:16 am, to Susan Louise (Ren-ner) and Shawn Kevin Andrews, Felton, 10-pound girl, Josslyn Nicole ESCOTT - July 15, 7:46 p.m.. to Kathy Eun-Hi (Cho) and Jamison Alan Escott, Boulder Creek, 5-pound 11-ounce boy. Charles Chesu SALUGHTER - July 15, 8:59 p.m., to Candi Lee (Reason) and Collin Dane Slaughter, Ben Lomond, 5-pound 11-ounce boy, Wyatt Dane WILLIAMS - July 16, 1:13 p.m., to Katherine Ann Weathers and Ian Cower Williams, 7-pound 9-ounce boy, Peyton Drew KELLER July 16, 5:33 p.m.. to Edna Bernice Ellswood and Kittrel David Keller, Santa Cruz, 8-pound 11-ounce boy, Jesse JermaineCRISWELL - July 17, 8:08 pm to Stephanie Carole (Gluck) and John Richard Criswell, Royal Oaks. 9-pound 14-ounce boy, Nicholas Robert TOMASELLI - July 17, 12:44 pm, to Christina Lynn (Cummings) and Thomas Alan Tomaselli, Santa Cruz, 7-pound 14-ounce girl, Angela Marie STONER-NICOLOSI - July 17. 1:17 p.m. to Lisa Nicolosi and Crag Ian Stoner, Boulder Creek, 8-pound girl, Sarah Morgan VAQUEZ-BELT July 18, 3:13 am., to Dora Angelica Vazquez and Jeff David Belt Santa Cruz, 8-pound 4-ounce girl. Thalia llrana RAMIREZ-DIAZ - July 18. 2:08 am., to Clara Diaz Acevedo and Steve Valentin Ramirez Gomez, Santa Cruz, 8-pound 11-ounce girl, Shantal Xitlalit MOOK - July 18, 1056 am , to Julia Ann (Wills) and Carey Lee Mook, Scotts Valley, 8-pound 3-ounce boy, Ryan Alexander ARITCHITA - July 19, 8:31 p.m.. to Windy Colette (Benson) and William James Aritchita, Watsonville, 8-pound 4-ounce girl. Jade Alexia Denise SCOTT - July 19, 10:10 pm, to Monica Marie Henderson and Carliio Manuel Scott Santa Cruz, 7-pound 7-ounce boy, Jordan James HALVERSEN - July 19, 828 pm., to Kathryn Anne (Hodgm) and Scott Allen Halversen, Ben Lomond, 7-pound 11-ounce girl, Sarah Amanda KOCH July 20. 228 a m, to Elizabeth Ann (Maas) and Randy Wayne Koch, Boulder Creek, 8-pound 14-ounce girl, Jennifer Lynn At home WARREN - June 27 at 658 am. to Karen Warren, Sheila Carnllo and Habib Krit, Santa Cruz, an 8-pound girl, Sophie MASHIAN - July 2 at 3:11 am. to Cornelia and Emanuel Mashian, Santa Cruz, a 9-pound, 4-ounce girl, Nilufar Washington Memorial RHEA June 23 at 8:42 am., to Jenifer and Justin Rhea, Yakima, Wash, a 6-pound, 11-ounce girl, Natalie Nicole W 6) restaurant, a wait- On July 14, authorities found the boy in Honolulu and subsequently filed new charges against Flower: one felony count of attempting to dissuade a witness and 16 misdemeanor counts of violating a court order that she stay away from the boy. Wednesday, authorities won a separate court order to detain the boy in a locked facility. "He's a material witness, and we don't want to lose him again," Kato said. Kato declined to elaborate on how Chang facilitated the meeting be Lucile Packard CASILLAS June 2, to Maria G. Gonzales and Juan C. Casillas, Santa Cruz, a son. U.C. San Francisco WORTMAN TWINS - June 23. 3:10 am. a boy, Chase, 4:12 am, a girl, Chelsea to Adnanne (Cunningham) and Chris Wortman, Santa Cruz Watsonville HERNANDEZ-JUAREZ - May 26 a: t08 p.m. to Ana Bertha Juarez and Dagoberto Hernandez, a 6-pound, ? ounce boy, Ulisses. CUELLAR-REYES - June 1 at 7:27 p.m. to Maria Teresa Reyes and Bertin Cuellar, an 8-pound, 6-ounce girl, Lizette. BRADY - June 1 at 12:33 p.m. to Terry Jane (Rego) and Douglas Omar Brady, an 8-pound, 7-ounce boy. Chase Rego. CORRALES - June 1 at 9:35 am. to Rosario Adriana (Castillo) and Jose Ignacio Corrales, a 6-pound, 12-ounce boy, Jose Ignacio. VERGARA-PEREZ - June 1 at 1:37 p.m. to Carmen Perez and Armando Vergaro, a 7-pound boy, Jose Armando. CASTRO - June 1 at 2:42 p.m. to Tariana (Laws) and Robert Valdespino Castro, a 1-pound, 9-ounce boy, Joshua Matthew. NAVA-SOTELO - June 2 at 2:40 pm. to Rosalia Sotelo and Manuel Nava, a 7-pound, 12-ounce boy, Jovani. MELO-CABRERA June 2 at 5:29 am. to Maria del Carmen Cabrera and Marcelino Melo, an 8-pound, 9-ounce boy, Salvador. AGUILERA-TORRES - June 2 at 9:13 am. to Maria Socorro (Torres) and Jaime Aguilera, an 8-pound, 2-ounce girl, Bianey. GUTIERREZ-SOLORIO - June 2 at 8:10 p.m, to Sylvia Solorio and Felix Gutierrez, a 7-pound, 6-ounce girl, America Yvonne. HERNANDEZ-REYES - June 2 at 11:15 p.m to Eva Reyes and Jose Luis Hernandez, a 7-pound boy, Bryan. RAMIREZ-VELAZQUEZ - June 4 at 423 a m. to Blanca Velazquez and Jorge Ramirez, a 6-pound. 5-ounce girl, Connie. GODINEZ-CRUZ June 5 at 551 a.m. to Anlonia Cruz and Pedro Godmez, a 7-pound, boy, Irwin. SOTO-LIU June 6 at 2.03 p.m. to Sandra (Liu) and Carlos Hugo Soto, a &pound, 8-ounce gtrl, Ayari. GRACIDA-GUZMAN - June 7 at 6:19 p.m. to Rosario Carolina Guzman and Sergio Felix Gracida, a 7-pound, 4-ounce boy, Ronaldo. ADAME-GONZALEZ June 7 at 1259 pm. to Leonor Gonzalez, a 7-pound, 6-ounce boy, Cristian Antonio. ESC0BAR-ROCHA June 8 at 2:18 am. to Leticia Rocha-Escobar and Arturo Escobar, a 7-pound, 3-ounce boy, Arturo, ALAMILLO-ACOSTA June 8 at 8:10 p.m. to Jessica Acosta and Benjamin Santmo Alamillo, a 6-pound, 10-ounce girl, Amssa Omellin. SALAZAR-GARCIA - June 8 at 11:45 p.m. to Lorena Garcia and Luis Gerardo Salazar, an 8-pound, 4-ounce boy, Louis Alejandro. AGUAYO-JUAREZ - June 9 at 8:11 am. to Juanita Francisco Juarez, an 8-pound, 1-ounce boy, Andre Amid. ZARATE June 9 at 8:16 p.m. to Marina (Reyes) and Juan Jose Zarate. a 9-pound, 9-ounce girl, Valerie. VASQUEZ-PERALTA - June 9 at 10:18 am. to Sofia (Peralta) and Javier Vasquez, a 9-pound, 4-ounce boy, Edwin. SANDOVAL-MENA June 10 at 1:34 am. to Maria E. (Mena) and Efren Sandoval, a 6-pound, 10-ounce girl, Carolina. NAVARRO-GABRIELE June 10 at 3:52 am. to Stefani Katheryn (Gabriele) and Jose Raul Navarro, a 4-pound, 11-ounce boy, Angelo Geovani. Bill collectors calling? I'll make them STOP! Use the equity in your home to consolidate debt. BAD CREDIT GOOD CREDIT Whether you're Buying a Home or Refinancing, I have the right loan program for you. DON'T WAIT, CALL NOW! Self Employed No Income Verification LOANS Behind in House Payments r.Sr s UMw 475-0595 W WIICWIIVI 19 IRS Liens Rental Property Manzanita yST" 2601 41st Avenue, Ste. D Soquel, ' Real Estate Broker The Associated Press Directors Eduardo Sanchez and Daniel Myrick say they 'never lied to anyone.' ress volunteered she'd been duped by the "Blair Witch" tale, and admitted she'd spent an hour arguing with a friend who told her the film isn't true. "So, it's real, right?" she asked the pair. Myrick glanced at Sanchez and said: "We're not telling you one way or the other." tween Flower and the boy, or how the former prosecutor may have helped the boy flee in other ways. "We are still investigating it," Kato said. Asked whether Chang could be prosecuted, Kato replied, "I don't know." She said state rules of professional responsibility prohibit lawyers from becoming witnesses in their own cases. Also, it is against the law and state bar rules to try to dissuade a witness. GODOY June 10 at 152 am. to Haydee Abril and Fed-enco Godoy, a 9-pound, 2-ounce girl, Astnd Selina SEDANO June 10 at 5:49 p.m. to Brisa Lorena Sedano and Luis Martin Sedano, a 7-pound, 8-ounce girl, Evelyn Yaneh. LUA-MAGANA - June 11 at 5:16 p.m. to Cecila Magana and Emiho Lua a 6-pound, 10-ounce girl, Angelique. RUIZ -GONZALEZ - June 11 at 2:18 am. to Beronica Gonzales and Rosario Ruiz, a 6-pound, 13-ounce boy, Eric Paul. RODRIGUEZ-VALERIO - June 11 at 9:44 am. to Eva (Valerio) and Remi Rodriguez, a 9-pound, 1-ounce boy, Remy. MARTINEZ-PEREZ - June 11 at 4:41 am. to Maria (Perez) and Sammuel Martinez, a 6-pound, 14-ounce boy, Alejandro. ANAYA-SAINES - June 11 at 1020 am. to Rosalva Saines and Aurelio Anaya, a 7-pound, 4-ounce boy, Brandon Aurelio. RODRIGUEZ-HERNANDEZ - June 11 at 8:36 p.m. to 'Juana(Hernandez) and Efrain Rodriguez, a 7-pound, 8-ounce girl, Zurya Jasmine. Sutter Maternity ft Surgery Center SCHOENBECK-May 14 at 320 p.m. to Shashana Marie (Huber) and Henry August Schoenbeck, Scotts Valley, a 6 pound, 3 ounce girl, Lillian Belle Schoenbeck HOLTROP-June 5 at 2:19 pm, to Si grid Kirsten (Hansen) and Duane Jay Holtrop, Scotts Valley, an 8 pound, 3 ounce boy. Ridge Grant Holtrop BARANDAS-July 3 at 5:38 p.m., to Aileen Louise (Navarro) and Robert Charles Barandas, Santa Cruz, a 7 pound, 9 ounce girl, Isabel Navarro Barandas DAVIS-July 5 at 628 p.m., to Dorothy Gail (Thompson) and Ronald Thomas Davis, Santa Cruz, a 7. pound, 13 ounce boy, Aaron Michael Davis GUSTAFSON -July 6 at 2:10 p., to Cynthia Christine (Schradie) and Ingemar Gustav Roland Gustafson, Scotts Valley, an 8 pound, 14.5 ounce girl, Annika Kristine Gustafson SMITH-July 7 at 1003 p.m., to Acacia Marion Smith, Davenport a 9 pound, 3 ounce girl, Callie Shay Smith SLABY-July 7 at 12:06 am. to Deborah Lynn (Winkle) and Robert Frederic Slaby, Aptos, an 8 pound girl, Olivia Grace Slaby DIAZ-July 7 at 10:36 p.m. to Ana Cruz Gutierrez and Jose Carlos Diaz, Santa Cruz, an 8 pound, 8 ounce boy. Edward James Cruz Diaz CASTALDO-July 8 at 123 am, to Corinne Elaine (Dryg) and Carmen Ben Castaldo, Soquel. a 7 pound, 11 ounce girl, Cleo Fiona Castaldo GODOY-July 9 at 6:42 am., to Laura Elena (Villalobos) and Luis Antonio Godoy, a 7 pound, 4 ounce boy, Andrew Godoy PARKS-July 9 at 1024 am. to Molly Cecilia (May) and John Christian Parks, Capitola, a 7 pound, 8 ounce girl, Lucy Shirley Parks BOCAST-July 10 at 6:41 a.m., to Sherree Louise (Nicholas) and James Edward Bocast Scotts Valley, an 8 pound, 13 ounce girl, Sophia Genavieve Bocast DYER-July 11 at 6:01 am., to Drue Ellen (Kennedy) and Scott Lee Dyer, Aptos, an 8 pound, 9 ounce girl, Emily Patricia Dyer BUSENHART-July 12 at 4:30 p m , to Cindi Marie (Fer-reira) and Christopher Joseph Busenhart Soquel, a 7 pound, 11 ounce girl, Amelia Dean Busenhart CACIOPPO-July 12 at 8:12 p.m, to Maria Patricia (Brown) and Christopher Paul Caboppo, Santa Cruz, a 7 pound, 12 ounce boy. Cooper Chritopher Caboppo ST. JOHN-July 13 at 1258 p.m., to Shushanna Mary (Tamman) and David St John, Seaside, an 8 pound, 6 ounce boy, Gavin Alexander St John LINGENFELTER-July 14 at 1:40 p.m, to Johanna Patricia (Wenger) and Kirk Allen Lingenfelter, Boulder Creek, a 6 pound, 5 ounce boy, Alex Hunter Lingenfelter MILLERWHITE WING-Jufy 16 at 2:52 p.m., to Shauna Call Tim Castro Mortgage, Inc. Soauel. CA 95073 01141780. Calif. Dept. of Real estate 916-227-0931 Burglaries Continued from Page A1 partmental change of policy ... is unacceptable to me. Potential burglars need to know that the San Diego Police Department will use every resource available to stop illegal activities," Golding wrote. Bejarano later held his own news conference to say the policy would not change. "I favor the research and what it tells us but I am not comfortable with any course of action that undermines the public's confidence in this department to investigate crime," Bejarano said. "As a result, we have not changed how we do business and I do not anticipate us doing so." Bejarano, who became chief in April, is evaluating how the department uses its officers. Golding has no direct control over the police department, but she said as a chief leader of the city, she needs to be consulted on any major policy changes effecting its residents. Bejarano answers to City Manager Michael Uberuaga, who answers to the city council. Golding is a Tiem-ber of the council. Under the city charter, the council is prohibited from interfering with the daily operations of city government, but it sets policies and the city budget. Golding said she understands that police need to set priorities in determining which crimes to investigate. However, she said, the police department has continually received funding increases from the council and "the response to that should not be that we're not going to investigate burglaries." Bejarano had said that for six months, he would divert about 18 burglary detectives to three narcotics investigation teams. If home burglary crimes did not substantially increase and the teams were successful in making more drug arrests, he would make the policy change permanent Bejarano had said officers would still take home burglary reports by person or phone, but a detective wouldn't get assigned to every case. Lanae Mobley and Matthew Ryan Mil lerWht tewing, Watsonville, a 7 pound girl, Aisling Gox Mi tlerWhi tewing TtTAL-July 17 at 12:32 am., to Roxanne Elizabeth Gutierrez and Anthony Moran Tital, Watsonville, a 6 pound, 10 ounce boy, Hunter Andrew Anthony Tual BERNAL-July 17 at 8:44 p m., to Martha de Jesus (Sandoval) and Martin Sergio Bernal, Santa Cruz, a 6 pound boy, Joaquin Encarnaaon Bernal BERNAL-July 17 at 1048 p.m., to Martha de Jesus (Sandoval) and Martin Sergio Bernal, Santa Cruz, a 4 pound. 11 ounce boy, Diego Armando Bernal KINNEY-July 18 at 10:13 am. to Michelle Annette (Yambra) and Kevin Lee Kinney, Santa Cruz, a 7 pound, 12 ounce boy, Nathan Michael Patrick Kinney JONES-July 18 at 10:37 am, to Kim Teresa Haisch and Brett Bradford Jones, Scotts Valley, a 7 pound, 14 ounce boy, Collin Bradford Jones BERNARDI-July 19 at 5:40 am., to Nicole Leslie (Crane) and Giacomo Bernardi, La Selva, an 8 pound, 7 ounce girl, Amaha Crane Bernardi ALLEN-July 20 at 722 pm to Brenda Ann (Mari-novich) and James Kevin Allen, Santa Cruz, an 8 pound, 1 ounce boy, Otis James Allen GUILLEN-RAMIREZ-July 21 at 158 am. to Maria Elena (Ramirez) and Luis Guillen, Watsonville, a 7 pound, 7 ounce girl. Ruby Guillen-Ramirez i vtrnn itam i Kidt & & under learn the basic, plui lots of lun & gamesl Wednesday Mornings i 11:16-12:30 $3.00 per skater SANTA CRUZ HOLLER PALLADIUM 1606 SEABBIGHTAVE SANTA CRUZ 4230844 DIABETES ARTHRITIS BUNIONS 'HAMMER TOES CONGENITAL DEFORMITIES HEEL PAIN SORE 0KACKKG-EBT1 TBY HOBSNYDES MEDICAL'S FOOT CASE CENTER COMFORT AND ORTHOPEDIC SHOES (In Widths) CUSTOM SHOES CUSTOM AND SEMI-CUSTOM ORTHOTICS LARGE SELECTION OF PREMADE ARCH SUPPORT AND ORTHOTICS ORTHOPEDIC SHOE REPAIR AND MODIFICATIONS TRAINED STAFF (CERTIFIED PEDORTHIST) Horsnyder 1228 A Soqual Ave. Santa Cruz Ca 423-2318 The newspaper also reported that the New York City Police Department is considering a similar policy change after completing its own six-month study home burglaries, which resulted in few arrests and convictions, but thousands of investigation hours by detectives. REMEMBRANCES IN MEMORIAM " VV.'- -A . , -t. vf ; IT 5 . I JILL YOUNG August 20, 1948 - July 29, 1998 ' For what is it to die but to stand naked . in the wind and to mett into the sun? And what is it to cease breathing, but to free the breath from its restless tides, . that it may rise and expand and seek God unencumbered? Only when you drink from the river of silence shall you indeed sing. And when you have reached the mountain top, then you shall begin to climb. And when the earth shall claim your limbs, then shall you truly dance. One year ago, Jill Young, beloved wife, mother and grandmother ascended to Heaven. The memory of your beauty, love, -courage, faith and devotion to your family " lives in our hearts. You will always be seen ' in our children and grandchildren. You will -live forever in the thoughts and prayers of our hearts. We rejoice in knowing that you are an Angel dancing in the peace of : Heaven. Jack, Michelle, Heather and Jeremy Clogged Drains? Plugged Toilet? 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