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The Salina Journal On the Record Tuesday, April 12,1988 11 Deaths & funerals Leland H. Qlese ENTERPRISE — Leland H. Giese, 69, Enterprise, died Sunday, April 10, at the Halstead Hospital, Halstead. Mr. Giese was born March 12,1919, in Abilene and had been a resident of Enterprise since 1945. He was supervisor for Combustion Engineering Enterprises for 39 years and was a member of the Enterprise United Methodist Church. His first wife, Anna, died in 1983. Survivors include his wife, Helen of the home; a son, Bob of Mission Viejo, Calif.; a daughter, Pat Smith of Fairfax, Va.; two stepsons, John Burger of Kansas City, Kan., and Charles Lee Burger of Wichita; two brothers, Duane and Carl, both of Abilene; and nine grandchildren. The funeral will be 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Enterprise United Methodist Church, the Revs. Bill Vigneau and Gerry Sharp officiating. Burial will be in the Mount Hope Cemetery, Enterprise. Memorials may be made to the Enterprise United Methodist Church Memorial Fund. The family will receive friends from 7 to 8 p.m. today at the Martin Funeral Home, Abilene. H, Marvin Sieverin CLAY CENTER — H. Marvin Sieverin, 74, Clay Center, died Sunday, April 10, at his home. Mr. Sieverin was born March 15, 1914, in Clay Center and had been a lifetime resident. He was a farmer and a member of the United Methodist Church, Clay Center, Masonic Lodge and the Friends of the Library. He was active with the Clay County Historical Society. 'Survivors include his wife, Ernestine of the home; a son, Toni of Arkansas City; a daughter, Kathe Turner, Clay Center; a brother, Bill of Loveland, Colo.; seven grandchildren; and two great- grandchildren. A service will be 2 p.m. today at the Greenwood Cemetery, Clay Center, the Rev. Donald Gaines officiating. 'Memorials may be made to the Clay County Historial Society. The Neill-Schwensen Funeral Home, Clay Center, is in charge of arrangements. Melvin E. Moore FLORENCE — Melvin E. Moore, 78, Florence, died Monday, April 11, at his home. Mr. Moore was born Jan. 26,1910, near Brunswick, Mo., and had been a Florence area resident since 1936. He was a retired school custodian and a member of the Florence Christian Church. Survivors include his wife, Daisy of the home; eight sons, Elden of Bozeman, Mont., Ronald of Newton, Lenious of Independence, Mo., John, Eric and Patrick, all of Marion, and Clayton and Robert, both of Florence; two daughters, Sandra Drake of Wichita and Sally Elsken of Valley Center; three brothers, Herbert of Crawford, Colo., Kenneth of Newton apd Oscar of Florence; a sister, Ila Blenkinsop of Valley Center; 18 grandchildren; and three great- grandchildren. '. The funeral will be 10:30 a.m. Friday at the Christian Church, Florence, the Rev. Mike Greene offici- aiting. Burial will be the Hillcrest Cemetery, Florence. .Memorials may be made to the Hertzler Clinic, Halstead, or St. Luke's Hospital, Marion. . Visitation is at the Thompson- Harp-Zeiner Funeral Home, Marion. Esther A. Abrahams DOWNS — Esther A. Abrahams, 86, Downs, died Monday, April 11, at the Mitchell County Hospital, Beloit. Mrs. Abrahams was born Sept. 7, 1901, north of Cawker City and had been a Downs resident since 1981, moving from Beatrice, Neb. She was a. member of the Zion Lutheran Church, Downs. f • Her husband, John, died in 1978. . -Survivors include a sister, Addie Schoen of Downs. ,. The funeral will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Zion Lutheran Church, Downs, the Rev. Ronald W. Fricke officiating. Burial will be in the Utica Cemetery, Utica, Neb. . Memorials may be made to the church. There will be no visitation. ., The Domoney Funeral Home, Downs, is in charge of arrangements. Delmas Cech ATWOOD — Delmas Cech, 66, Atwood, died Sunday, April 10, at the Rawlins County Hospital, Atwood. Mr. Cech was born Sept. 23,1921, in Rawlins County on the family farm and had farmed in the Rawlins County area all his life. He was a member of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Atwood. Survivors include a brother, William of Ontario, Ore.; and two sisters, Irene Miller of Lawrence and Helen Konz of Lindsey, Neb. The funeral will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Atwood, the Rev. Joseph Scheetz officiating. Burial will be in the Sts. Cyril and Methodius Cemetery, north of Atwood. A parish wake will be 8 p.m. today at the Williams Funeral Home Chapel, Atwood. Memorials may be made to the Sts. Cyril and Methodius Cemetery Fund or the St. Jude's Children's Hospital. Visitation is until 9:30 a.m. Thursday at the Williams Funeral Home, Atwood. Gael L. Beougher QUINTER - Gael L. Beougher, 93, Quinter, died Sunday, April 10, at Gove County Long Term Care Unit, Quinter. Mr. Beougher was born May 20, 1894, at Orion. He was a farmer in the Gove area and was a member of the Country Chapel, south Oakley. Survivors include his wife, Mary of the home; four sons, Virgil of Ellsworth, Kenneth of Bird City, John of Pierre, S.D., and Max of Lakewood, Colo.; two daughters, Opal Zimmerman of Quinter and Donna Spath of Clinton, Tenn.; two brothers, DeWitt of Oakley and Harold of Gove; a sister, Ruth Beaver of Kansas City, Mo.; 23 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. The funeral will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Koster Funeral Home, Oakley, the Revs. Bill Korf and Tim Beougher officiating. Burial will be in the Orion Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Country Chapel, south Oakley. Visitation will be after 2 p.m. today at the funeral home. Bertha Eggers SYLVAN GROVE — Bertha Maria Magdalina Eggers, 97, formerly of Sylvan Grove, died Sunday, April 10, at the Mid-America Nursing Center, Lincoln. Mrs. Eggers was born March 20, 1891, in Lincoln and had been a resident of Mid-America Nursing Center since 1978. She was a homemaker and did quilting and embroidery work in her home. She was a member of the Bethlehem Luthern Church, Sylvan Grove. Her husband, John F., died in 1954. Survivors include 10 nieces and three nephews. The funeral will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Sylvan Grove, the Rev. Jack Karch officiating. Burial will be in the Lutheran Cemetery, Sylvan Grove. Memorials may be made to the Bethlehem Lutheran Cemetery Endowment Fund or the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Lincoln. Visitation will be after noon today and until noon Wednesday at the Rodrick and Minear Funeral Home, Sylvan Grove. Hugh J. Williams ST. LOUIS - Hugh J. Williams, 69, St. Louis, died Thursday, March 31, at St. John's Mercy Hospital, Creve Coeur. Mr. Williams was born Oct. 24, 1918, in Miami, Okla. He had lived in Salina from 1945 until 1949, and was retired from the United States Air Force. He was a member of the American Legion, the Disabled American Veterans and the Air Force Sergeants Association. Survivors include his wife, Alice V. of the home; a brother, Lee of Tacoma, Wash.; and a sister, Glenna Hart of Miami. American Legion Guard of Honor Services were April 3 at the Schrader Funeral Parlor, Ballwin, and the funeral was April 4 at the funeral home, the Rev. Richard Mueller officiating. Burial was in the National Cemetery, Jefferson Barracks. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association. Another skull linked to Kansas City man KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Another skull said to be linked to a man who has been under intensive investigation since being accused of sex offenses has come to light, police said Monday. Sgt. Laura Mulloy, a spokeswoman for the Kansas City Police Department, said someone reported having purchased a skull from Robert Berdella, a flea market merchant, and wondered if police were interested in it. Mulloy said she believed police got the skull "late last week," and that it apparently was of the type used in medical schools because it has an artificially hinged jaw. "But we're checking it out anyway," she said. Berdella, 39, is being held without bond after being charged last week with seven counts of sodomy, one of felonious restraint and one of first- degree assault. The alleged offenses involve a 22-year-old man who escaped from Berdella's Hyde Park area April 2, saying he had been held there for five days of torture and sex abuse. Police who went to investigate reported finding two skulls, one of them identified as human, another artificial, inside the home. Later, another skull identified as being human was unearthed in the backyard, along with bone fragments of undetermined origin. Mulloy said Monday that police have custody of another skull which was said to have been purchased from Berdella, who sold a variety of unusual items at a shop called Bob's Bazaar Bizarre in the Westport Flea Market. "We have not completed the required testing," Mulloy said.' 'We don't know yet if it will have any value to the investigation." She also said police did not have information on the apparent age and sex of the skulls found earlier. "We don't have that done yet," she said. "We're working on it." Since the case came to light, police have received queries from authorities working on missing persons cases in a number of areas. Mulloy said police in Des Moines, Iowa, who have been investigating the disappearance of newspaper boys Johnny Gosch, missing since 1982, and Eugene Martin, missing since 1984, were sending records. "When we get them, we'll make a comparison," she said. Police say they have about 500 pieces of evidence so far, and that the investigation could take months. Among the items seized from Berdella's home, according to testimony at a hearing when his bond was revoked, were about 200 pictures of young men in sexual bondage situations. Some of those pictures, police said, were of the 22-year-old man who was wearing only a dog collar when he fled Berdella's home. Democrats ^ Beech may try to override TOPEKA (AP) - As talk surfaced of a possible attempt to override Gov. Mike Hayden's veto of a $30 million appropriation intended for property tax relief, committees prepared Monday to reconvene to try to settle remaining issues before the Legislature returns April 27. While Republican legislative leaders said they would work to sustain Hayden's veto, House Minority Leader Marvin Barkis and Senate Ways and Means Chairman Gug Bogina said they would lead efforts to override. Hayden Sunday used his line item veto power to kill two $15 million appropriations that Bogina succeeded in amending into a funding bill during Senate debate last week. Half of that money was to be returned to cities and counties through the local property tax reduction fund, and the other $15 million was to go to school districts to ease property tax pressure. Hayden said there was no guarantee the money would be spent on property tax relief, and it was premature to know whether the state could afford to give up that revenue. He said if it is determined during the wrap-up session starting in two weeks that there is money for tax relief it should be provided to the individual income taxpayers who paid it. Hayden and Legislature are working this session with a revenue surplus, most of it coming from an income tax windfall the state derives because of federal tax changes. Most Kansas taxpayers owe the state more income tax this year because they owe the federal government less. Barkis said he would lead an effort to override Hayden's veto. "We'll see who is serious about tax relief, since it's increasingly clear that Mike Hayden isn't," Barkis said. "In the last two years, both the House and Senate have passed income tax reform packages, and the governor hasn't liked either of them. "For him to now veto $30 million in property tax relief is a clear indication that he's not interested in tax relief." During floor debate on his amendments, Bogina, a Republican, said the windfall represents tax money "extorted" from state taxpayers and should be returned to them. Bogina said Monday that he would lead the veto override effort in the Senate if it is successful in the House. Speaker Jim Braden said he will muster all the support he can to sustain Hayden's veto. He said he agrees with Hayden that nobody knows at this point whether the state can afford both $30 million worth of property tax relief as well as tax reductions for individual income taxpayers. A clearer picture of the state's spending should emerge this week, with a special committee on prison overcrowding meeting today to decide whether to recommend construction of a new state prison, and an appropriations conference committee starting Wednesday to compromise differences in about 15 funding bills. Awards (Continued from Page 1) Michael Dukakis, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for president. _, "OK, Michael, let's go!" Dukakis whooped after accepting the gold statuette. Backstage, she said, "It's the year oftheDukaki!" The best original movie song of 1987 was "The Time of My Life" from "Dirty Dancing." • The first prize of the night, for best visual effects, went to "Innerspace," a Steven Spielberg-produced fantasy about a test pilot reduced to microscopic size and accidentally injected into the body of a grocery clerk. The award for best animated short film went to "The Man Who Planted Trees." "Young at Heart" was best documentary short subject and "The Ten-Year Lunch: The Wit and Wisdom of the Algonquin Roundtable" was best documentary feature. Best live action short film was ."Ray's Male Heterosexual Dance Hall." The award for makeup went to "Harry and the Hendersons." Comedian Chevy Chase was host for the festivities, carried on live national television by ABC and also broadcast widely overseas. More than 1,000 movie fans had packed bleachers hours in advance to cheer celebrities arriving at the Shrine Auditorium for the ceremonies, where much of the excitement focused on whether Cher would triumph as best actress. Many in the crowd wore shorts and T-shirts, ready for temperatures that rose into the 90s. But the most visible of the lot were seven SOish women with teased blond hair. They carried rubber daggers and wore long white dresses with "Fatal Attraction" printed on the chest in red. (Continued from Page 1) Beech personal property would be assessed at $1 million in 1989. Using the mill levy projected by Biles, that assessment would yield $101,751 in 1989 property taxes. Depreciation would lower the value of the Beech machinery in subsequent years, and in turn the potential tax bill would be reduced. Over 10 years the company's property tax liability on the new property is projected by Biles to be $433,458. Although Beach was granted $20 million worth of bonds, it plans to spend only $18 million to acquire taxable property. The remaining $2 million will be set aside for contin- gencies. Over 10 years the $18 million worth of property would be worth $2.4 million in tax revenue, according to figures compiled by Biles. Although it might cost the city more than $2 million in tax revenue over the next 10 years, Biles said tax forgiveness will work to the city's advantage. "This will be creating manufacturing jobs, which create other jobs," Biles said. "There will be additional families in town paying property taxes. Those people will also be paying water and sewer fees. "So while we're granting the industry tax forgiveness, those employed by the industry will be paying taxes." But it's possible the city will have forgiven more than $2.4 million in tax revenue at the end of 10 years. The mill levy Biles used to figure possible tax revenue is based on a 50 percent increase in property valuation, which Terry Hamblin, director of property valuation for the Kansas Department of Revenue, said might not be realistic. "My gut reaction is to say that's too high," Hamblin said. "It's certainly not a conservative estimate by any stretch of the imagination." But City Manager Dennis Kissinger said 50 percent is a conservative estimate. Kissinger, who has worked as a city manager in Missouri, said he went through reappraisal there when property valuation rose by more than 50 percent. For your information Hospital admissions Asbury — Carol Appleby, 540% N. 12th; Kimberly A. Coffman, 242 N. Penn; Mark A. Kinderknecht, 405 Stimmel Road; Ralph D. McClain, 1920 Hageman; Jo A. Martin, 315 Gail; Cindy K. Hardy, 405 Anderson; Kimberly K. Phillips, 2103 Wesley; Tracy D. Robey, Rt. 2; Elvin E. Adee, Wells; Ernest L. Blattner, Esbon; Fred A. Bourquin, Gem; Alexine C. Brownell, Clay Center; Patricia A. Carpenter, Abilene; Nina May Gemmill, Abilene; Lucille K. Johnson, Russell; Esther F. Lindstrom, Falun; Randy S. Pingleton, Enterprise; Vicki Lynn Young, Marquette. St. John's — Amelia E. Chaput, Aurora; Lena T. Briggs, Lincoln; Blake A. Klema, Beloit. Hospital dismissals Asbury — Penny LeAnn Allen and baby girl, 857 S. llth; Anna K. Coburn, 1400 S. 10th; Esther M. Stegman, 2032 Harold; Eschol M. Johnson, Herington; Sherry E. Kohman, New Cambria; Clarence Musil, Brewster; Barbara D. Peterson and baby boy, Concordia; Laura K. Williams, Junction City. St. John's — Leota K. Swartz, 821 Sherman; Richard M. Gabrillo, Solomon. Births Boys: John R.D. and Vicki Lynn Young, Marquette, 6 Ibs. 4 ozs., born April 10. Cindy K. Hardy, 405 Anderson, 4 Ibs. 12 ozs., born April 11. Girl: Brian A. and Brenda R. Krinhop, Lindsborg, 81bs. 15 ozs., born April 10. District Court Sentenced — Ted A. Gonzales, 31,1107 N. 10th, two to five years in prison for enticement of a child for having sex with a 14- year-old girl in July, August and November, probation denied. Edward L. Porter, 39, Lindsborg, one to five years in prison for a burglary between Dec. 1 and Jan. 31 at 4136 W. Coronado Heights, three-year probation granted under community corrections with the conditions he pay restitution of about $257, undergo a mental health evaluation and have no contact with the victim. Ardis M. Lively, 61, 4720 W. Pleasant Hill Road, six months in jail on two counts of battery for stiking two conservatorship wards on Nov. 9, sentences to run consecutively, two-year probation granted the conditions she undergo a mental health evaluation, not associate with the victims, not act as a conservator and perform 720 hours of community service work with the Salvation Army. Donald Armburst, 30, 733 N. Third, six Weather months in jail for the Jan. 2 possession of a concealed weapon for having a sawed-off shotgun, one-year probation granted under the conditions he undergo an evaluation for alcohol or chemical dependency and not have any firearms. Elmer C. Waymaster, 56,337 N. 13th, six months in jail for Jan. 26 sexual battery for touching a woman in the Gospel Mission Warehouse Store, two-year probation granted. Michael A. Goudy, 23, 338 Oakdale, one year in jail for Jan. 7 possession of marijuana, two-year probation granted under the condition he enter inpatient treatment. Sentence modified — Beauregared Daniel III, formerly of 334 N. 10th, three- year probation granted from a three- to 10- year sentence for aggravated battery and one year in jail for possession of marijuana for the April 30 stabbing of Jeff Coffman, 25, formerly of 210 W. Iron, during a disturbance; probation granted with the condition he undergo an evaluation for alcohol or chemical dependency and follow all recommendations. Donald R. Hanson, 26,1007 E. Ash, two- year probation granted from a one- to five- year prison term for aggravated indecent solicitation of a child for a July 23 incident in which he gave a girl $3 and reportedly attempted to fondle her; probation granted with the condition he remain in jail until he enters inpatient treatment, follow all recommendations resulting from treatment and undergo a mental health evaluation. Thomas Bolieu, 27,155% S. 10th, probation granted from a one- to five-year prison term for felony driving on Nov. 20 with the condition that he spend six months in jail as punishment for that offense and for violating a previous term of probation. Dismissed — Gregory S. Andrews, 31, Phillipsburg, charge of conspiracy to possess or distribute cocaine in connection with monitored telephone conversations and reported drug transactions in September and October; dismissed by a prosecutor because of insufficient evidence. Divorces Granted — Dennis Eugene Carlson and Marilyn Yvonne Carlson; Joyce Marie Tischhauser and Neil Boyd Tischhauser; Patricia Lance and Edward Lance; Brenda Gail Jones and Kim Raymond Jones; Linda S. Williams and John H. Williams. Filed — Sandra J. Somers vs. Bradley G. Somers; Steven A. Seymour vs. Laura L. Seymour; Melissa S. Currie vs. Robert G. Currie; Kristine E. Miller vs. Sammy Joe Miller; Peggy Ann Bailey vs. Scott Luis Bailey. Marriage licenses Randy Keene, 30, and Mary O'Loughlin, 22, both of Salina; Russell Lee Coble, 24, and Gaylene Jeannette Hassler, 22, both of Salina; James L. Wesley, 27, Perry, Ga., and Jennifer Dochow, 30, Salina; Timothy L. Gengler, 32, and Larraine I. Brannan, 23, both of Salina; Michael Brent Ellis, 22, and Ema Nita Tuitupou, 23, both of Salina; Clinton Wayne Keeler, 25, and Kathy Diane Stewart, 27, both of Salina; Martin Anthony Leuier, 39, and Heather Lea Allan, 17, both of Salina; Brian David Wertenberger, 23, and Lou Ann Begnoche, 21, both of Salina. Police blotter Property damage — 710 Morrison, house owned by Norma Vilardell, 2208 Country Hills, between March 1 and Monday; $100 damage. 710 Plaza, hole shot in window of CD Investments between 5 p.m. Sunday and 8 a.m. Monday; $200damage. Theft — 147 S. Santa Fe, suspect wrote check on closed account to Professional Uniforms between 3 and 4 p.m. March 30; $100 loss. 136 S. Broadway, guns from Cleve's Marina & Sporting Goods between 2:15 and 5:15 a.m. Monday; loss not available. Fire and EMS Runs EMS runs — 8:17 p.m. Monday, 600 block of South Broadway; 5:41 p.m. Monday, false run to Interstate 70; 5:13 p.m. Monday, 1100 block of North Santa Fe. Animal Shelter These animals were picked up April 8-10 at the locations listed and taken to the Saline County Animal Shelter on West State Street Road. Dogs — Black and white female pup Labrador mix, 500 block of North 10th; black and gray with black collar male husky, West Grand and Barney Streets; black female cocker spaniel, 1400 block of Teakwood; pale tan male shin tzu, 600 block of Steahlin; blue merle with brown collar injured female Australian shepherd, 3000 block of West Crawford; black and white dragging chain and injured female Labrador mix, 1700 block Dover Circle; black and white male collie, 1400 block of Derby; red and tan with choke collar male Doberman, 800 block of Sheridan; red and tan with blue collar male Doberman, 800 block of Merrill; tan with black female shepherd mix, Indian Rock Park. Street closing The Salina Street Department will close West Ash Street from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today from Broadway to Chicago. Extended outlook Thursday through Saturday Dry Thursday and Friday with a chance of showers and thunderstorms Friday night and Saturday. High in the 70s, low in the 40s. Zone forecasts Zones 1 and 2 — Sunny today, highs in the mid-70s. Winds southwest 10 to 20 mph. Clear tonight, lows around 40. Sunny Wednesday, highs around 80. Zones 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 — Sunny today, highs in the mid-70s. Winds variable 5 to 15 mph. Clear tonight, lows in the low 40s. Sunny Wednesday, highs around 80. Zones 9, 10 and 11 — Sunny today, highs in the 70s. Winds variable 5 to 15 mph. Clear tonight, lows in the low to mid-40s. Sunny Wednesday, highs in the upper 70s. Zones 12,13,14 and 15 — Sunny today, highs in the low 70s. Winds variable 15 mph. Clear tonight, lows in the low 40s. Sunny Wednesday, highs 75 to 80. Zones 16 and 17 — Sunny today, highs 65 to 70. Winds northeast 10 to 20 mph. Clear tonight, lows in the low 40s. gunny Wednesday, highs in the mid- to upper 70s. The forecast for this evening. Cow SMonny Elsewhere in Kansas Monday's highs, lows and precipitation to 6 p.m. Belleville 60-34, Beloit 60-30, Chanute 62-37, Coffeyville 61-44, Concordia 60-32, Dodge City 59-31, Emporia 61-33, Garden City 61-25, Goodland 61-24, Hutchinson 58-35, Pittsburg 63-40, Russell 58-29, Topeka 63-35, Wichita 60-35. Salina weather At City Airport: Monday's High 60 Record is 89 in 1930. Monday's Low to 9 p.m. 31. Record is 25 in 1900. Today's Sunset 8:04; Tomorrow's Sunrise 6:57.

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