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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - May 8, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana Vital statistics A18 Sunday May 6 Tribune Obituaries Widow Arnold Albrecht Arnold Albrecht 57 2209 Baton Rouge Drive died at Friday May 6 1994 at Saint Joseph Hospital Health Center He was born Feb 19 1937 in Linton the son of Christian and Sophie Hienrich Albrecht July 1956 in Kokomo he married Nova M Herron who survives He retired Albrecht as a master sergeant from the Air Force in 1974 after 20 years of service He also managed the Aero Club at Grissom Air Force Base for two years He was a recipient of the Air Force Accommodation Medal and served one tour of duty in Vietnam from 1967 to 1968 He attended two years of college through the Air was a member of Kokomo Veterans of Foreign Wars Also surviving are a son and daughterinlaw Dwight and Carla Albrecht of Winchester three daughters and sonsinlaw Barbara and Doug Wamser of Anderson Cheryl and Randy McBee of Kokomo and Pamela and Jim Kingseed of Greentown a brother and sisterinlaw Reinhold and Marie Albrecht of Bismarck five sisters and three brothersinlaw Martha Job of Moorehead Emma Kiemele of Minot Helen and Luther McHattie of Bothall Pauline and Harry Anderson of Minot and Christina and Clem Wertz of Mandan eight grandchil dren Robert Wamser of Anderson Timothy and Miranda McBee of Kokomo Jessica Brittany and Nicholas Albrecht of Winchester and Heather and Kaylee Kingseed of Greentown an aunt and her husband Rose and Albert Moser of Sturgis two uncles and their wives Fred and Alvina Hienrich and Jake and Lidia Hienrich of Sturgis and many nieces and nephews He was preceded iri death by his parents four brothers and four sisters Services will be at 1 Monday at Memory Garden Funeral Home 2097 W Alto Road The Rev Gregory Enstrom of First United Methodist Church in Greentown will offici ate Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery Friends may call from 4 to 9 today at the funeral home Sadie Biddle Sadie M Biddle 89 a resident of Sycamore Village Health Care Center died at Friday May 6 1994 at Saint Joseph Hospital Health Center She was born April 28 1905 in Wheeling W a daughter of Thomas J and Rebecca Wilfone Miller Nov in Kbkomb she married John A Biddle who survives She worked for many years at Kresge and Howard Community Hospital She was a graduate of North Manchester Bible College and was an ordained minister in the Wesleyan Church Also surviving are a son and daughterinlaw Gilbert Eugene and Ona Biddle of Mulberry two daughters and sonsinlaw Roberta Mae and Ewirtg Karnes of Deer Creek and Kathryn and Sid Pomp of Zeffer Hills 12 grandchildren Mike Dan Jane obbin Wonda Penny James Bonita Sue Bill Janet Cheryl and Bob 24 greatgrandchildren and 10 greatgreatgrandchildren Six brothers and five sisters pre ceded her in death Services will be at 10 Tuesday at fillers Mortuary Main Street Chapel 725 S Main St The Rev Ray Freeman will officiate Burial will be in Liberty Cemetery west of Russiaville Friends may call from 4 to 7 Monday at the mortuary Memorial contributions may be made to China Missions Dorothy Miller Dorothy Rose Miller 79 1217 W Superior died at Friday May 6 1994 at Saint Joseph Hospital Health Center She was born April 29 1915 in Kokomo a daughter of Beulah Dwyer Kollmar July 1 1934 she married Harry L who died July She was a member of St Joan of Arc Catholic Church Surviving are a Son and daugh terinlaw William L and Jeanne Miller of Canton Ohio two daughters and a soninlaw Susan E and Michael Maher and Julie A Arnold of Kokomo five grand children two greatgrandchil dren and two sisters Ruth Carey of Kokomo and Marvis Hasenhor of Cincinnati A brother and two sisters pre ceded her in death Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10 Tuesday at St Joan of Arc Catholic Church the cele brant will be the Rev David Hellmanh Burial will be in Crown Point Cemetery Friends may call from 5 to 8 Monday at Perm Shirley Mortuaries France Colonial Chapel 1315 W Lincoln Road where a scripture service will be conducted at Memorial contributions may be made to the Special Olympics in care of Nancy Taylor Kokomo High School south campus Pete Lbrenz AMBOY Ind Pete Lorenz 74 Amboy 1 died at Saturday May 7 1994 at St Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis He was born March in Miami County a son of Peter and Clara Kendall Lorenz March 2 1944 in Grant County he married Lenora Shroyer who survives He was a retired farmer and retired from Dana Corp in 1961 He was a member of Plevna Duttkard Brethren Church in HowardCounty Also surviving are a David Butch Lorenz of Amboy a daughter Naflcv Otto a brother Paul Loienz of Encampment three sisters Opal Sallee of Kokofflo Elttta Parker of Peru and Almeda Upland seven grand children and five greatgrandchil dren He was preceded in death by his parents a brother three sisters and a greatgrandchild Services will be at 10 Tuesday at Plevna Duttkard Brethren Church Burial willbe at Mississinewa Cemetery in Friends may call from 2 to 8 Monday at Laird Funeral Home Alva Rood SHARPSVILLE Alva Doris Rood 76 321 Elm died early Saturday May Arrangements are pending at Porter Funeral Home in Tiptort Funerals Hollenback Ronald Ron Dean services 10 Monday Fenn Shirley Mortuaries France Colonial Chapel Sharp Marlene services 10 Monday Porter Funeral Home Tipton Byal F Mae services 11 Monday Auburn Presbyterian Church Auburn Troxell Alma services 11 Monday Eddingfield DeLaughter Mortuary Wabash Lane Marcia K Glassburrv ser vices 1 Monday Ellers Mortuary Main Street Chapel Vigue Lloyd services 2 Monday Ellers Mortuary Webster Street Chapel Horine Ruth services Tuesday Rybolt Funeral Home Swayzee Obituary information American flags like the one shown here that appear with some obituaries in the Kokomo Tribune signify that the deceased was a military service veteran The Tribune charges funeral homes for obituaries and arrange ments pending The charges are for an obituary with a head andshoulders picture for an obituary without a picture and for arrangements pending There is no charge for obituaries of trusteepaid funerals death notices and funerals All obituaries and death notices must include name age address of deceased and time day date and location of death Continued from Page 1 efitists found fib danger to human plant marine or artiwal life resulting from the crash bf a B 52 bofliber in Hundreds of civilian Danes and military personnel helped in clearVittgjip the radioactive crash debris Their job in the million cleanup dubbed Project Crested ke was to pick up the contami nated debris and snow for dispose al in the United States according to declassified government records Schnells husband a civilian who lived in Denmark with his wife was among the hundreds in the cleanup crew He was the per sonnel manager for the trans portation group which was in charge df transporting contami nated parts she said But Schnellis still having diffi culty proving that her husband i died shesaid were caused by radiation exposure dur ing the cleanup mission She has been on a on 10year quest to get that proof so other Thule widows and survivors get accurate help and compensation Her research so far shows that of the 125 Danish dock workers Only one survives Further bf the 400 Workers in the Danish transporta tion division in Thule 150 have died including Sallys husband Schnell attributes many of those deaths but not all of them to ail ments caused by radiation exposure Many Danes died of cancer Others died of pneumonia brain hemorrhages and holes in the stomach Immune system disor ders were also she said Closer to home it took more than 25 years for at least three for mer servicemen to realize the possible risks to from their part in the hydrogen bomb Sally Schnell left radiation caused the rashes on the fobt of her husband ble Markussen who died in 1991 Photo provided cleanup Two of those men were sta tioned at Grissom Air Force Base near Peru Richard Sciaraffa Kokomo and Frank Felinski Tinley Park have each filed million injury claims against the government They contend they were exposed to radiation during Project Crested After the cleanup they claim in their com plaints that the government never monitored them or told them about the possible effects of radia tion exposure to their bodies A Department of Justice official refused comment What else is going to happen to us Its frightening Felinski said Yeah Im angry I feel like the turning their back on me I did what had to be Greg Maas who also worked in the nuclear mishap cleanup 26 years ago also has filed a mil lion injury claim Maas Sciaraffa and Felinski are reporting health problems which they say are related to radiation exposure according to their Complaints Maas who lives in Park Forest says his ailments have put a financial strain on his family Since 1991 he has racked up in medical bills In spite of it all Maas says he has no energy to waste on being angry Other aspects of his life are more important v I hope someone in government realizes there is a problem Were not after the money and neither are the others We want to be taken care Maas said Anyone who has looked death in the eye like I have it changes your Lottery update Lottery Hotline 95 cents per minute TouchTone telephone required Indiana INDIANAPOLIS AP Here are the winning numbers selected Saturday in the Hoosier Lottery Daily Three 455 Daily Four 1397 Lotto Cash 31415173037 Estimated Lotto Cash jackpot Estimated Powerball jackpot Powerball DEB MOINES Iowa AP The winning numbers drawn Saturday night in Powerball are 2129303537 Powerball 9 Estimated jackpot million Illinois SPRINGFIELD 111 AP Here are the winning numbers selected Saturday in the Illinois State Lottery Pick ThreeMidday 563 Pick ThreeEvening 809 Pick FourMidday 2211 Pick FourEvening K852 Lotto 062029333639 Estimated Lotto jackpot million Michigan DETROIT AP are the win nihg numbers selected Saturday in the Michigan State Lottery Michigan Lotto 5925333739 Saturdays Michigan Lotto jackpot is worth at least 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