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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - January 12, 1988, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Record January IMS t Deaths Maude Martin BUENA Maude died at the Farmdale Convalescent Hospi tal at Buena Born Maude Sturdevant at Buf she married Jasper Levi Scott at He died She then married Elmer Martin at He died She was a schoolteacher in the early 1900s in She later worked at Grace Hospital and at Richard and Scheble Candy in A longtime Hutchinson she moved to Buena Park in She was a member of First Church of the Nazarene at Newton and Hutchinson for more than 70 Survivors Ralph Harold Harry Raymond Buena Park Chester 912 Lincoln Ruby 221 Kansas Lois Ful Esther Ruth Canyon Dottie Wichita Elsie 18 grandchildren 35 great grandchildren 19 greatgreat grandchildren 18 step grandchildren 54 stepgreat grandchildren 23 stepgreatgreat grandchildren and two stepgreat Service will be at 3 Wednesday at Daly and Bartel Local service will be at 2 Saturday at First Church of the the Dave Burial will be in Memorial Park Friends may call from 5 to 9 and 9 to 9 Friday at Johnson Sons Funeral Memorials may go to First Church of the Lillie Matilda Smith ULYSSES Lillie Matilda died at Western Prairie Care Born Lillie Matilda Fog leman at old she married Julius Smith June at Garden He preceded her in A she was a lifetime resident of She was a member of Early Bird Garden Bob Wilson Memorial Hospital Auxiliary and Shelton Memorial Christian all of Survivors Charles Al Big John Jay Emporia Roy Fog Ray Fog Ulysses Mae Nora both of Ulysses five grandchildren and nine Funeral will be 2 Wednes day at Shelton Memorial Christian Pastor Jim Burial will be in Ulysses Friends may call from 9 to 9 today at Phillips Memorials may go to Shelton Memorial Christian Church in care of the Linda Carol Homer Linda Carol died at Anthony Born Linda Carol Barstow at she married Thomas Homer at Fort She was a resident of for two Survivors of the home John Henry and Carol Texas broth John Henry Barstow Or Bruce William Flossie Lamed and Sydney San Funeral will be 10 Wednes day at Beckwith the Leroy Burial will be in Larned Friends may call from 6 today to serv ice time Wednesday at the Memorials may go to the Can cer Research Earl Vratil LARNED Earl died at Central Kansas Medical Great Born March in Pawnee he married Freda May at Owner of Earl Vratil he was a lifetime resident of Pawnee He was a member of First Chris tian Survivors of the home Connie Kiithy Larned all of Pratt Silva Blanche Ellen all of Esther Hanston and four Funeral will be 2 Thursday at Beckwith the Ronald Burial will be in Garfield Friends may call until service time at the mor Memorials may go to the Earl Vratil Scholarship Fund and may be left at the Thomas Rupert Thomas died at Washington Regional Med ical Center in Born at he married Helen Marie A retired comptroller for Hunt Transport and longtime auditing manager for FarMarCo in he served in the Army during World War A former member of the City he was a member of the board of trustees of Kansas Wes leyan in Salina and Hendrix College Endowment Society in Con He was a member of Central United Methodist Church in Survivors of the home Dale Keith Mark Rock Lyle Diane Fayetteville Kansas Anna Cuy ahoga Ruth Las Naomi Mary Idaho Idaho and seven grand Memorial service will be at 2 Saturday at Central United Meth odist The body was crem Memorials may go to the churchs memorial Hendrix or Kansas Wesleyan Florence Schultz GODDARD Florence died at Medical Born Florence Katzenmeier March in Ellsworth she married Harm He died She married Frederick Schultz July at He died A home she was a resident of Ells worth until moving to God She was a member of Ascension Lutheran Survivors Donald Robert Goddard Alfred George Ellsworth Helen Holyrood eight grandchildren and three Funeral will be Wednesday at Immanuel Lutheran Pastor Gary Burial will be in Ellsworth Friends may call from 8 to 8 today at Grubb Parsons Funeral and from to service time Wednesday at the Memo rials may go to Lutheran and may be left at Immanuel Lutheran Arlo Cochrun RUSSELL Arlo died at Parkview Manor Care Born near he mar ried Ethel Travis May at She died He later married Zelda Carroll Mit chell July at Great A retired selfemployed he was a resident of Russell since He attended Faith Fellowship Chapel and was a past member of Businessmens both of Bunker Survivors of the home daugh Gloria Mary eight grandchildren and nine great Funeral will be Thursday at Pohlmans Memorial the Fred Burial will be in the Bunker Hill Friends may call from noon to 9 Wednesday and from 9 to service time Thursday at the mor Memorials may go to Faith Fellowship Bunker or to Parkview Manor Care Glenn Jones DODGE CITY Glenn died at Humana Dodge Born March at he married Aletha Hamilton June at An employee of nu merous businesses in the Dodge City and former operator of an auto mechanics he was a longtime resident of Dodge He was a member of Central Christian Dodge served as a deacon in the and was a member of the Masonic Dodge Survivors of the home Ronald daugh Glenda Wanda Dodge Carol Utah Dorothy Spring Phyllis Dodge City 15 grandchildren and 13 Funeral will be 2 Thursday at Swaim Funeral Dodge Ronald Burial will be in Maple Grove Dodge Friends may call from 9 to 8 Wednesday at the funeral Fern Amy Cox HAYS Fern Amy died at her Born Fern Amy McElroy March at she married Clar ence Cox at He died A she was a resident of Hays for 24 She was a member of First United Methodist United Methodist Women and the Hadley all of Survivors LeRoy Baldwin Clarence Utah Doris Cheryl both of Marilyn Halstead Lyle Bernice Goldie Fort Texas 14 grandchildren and one great Funeral will be 10 Wednes day at First United Methodist the John Hast Graveside service will be 3 Wednesday at Halstead Friends may call from 2 to 7 today at Hays Memorial Memorials may go to Hos pice of the Plains or to the Alice Whited Hamill WINFIELD Alice Whited died at Cedar Vale Regional Born Alice Whited March in Indian she married John Franklin Hamill May in Arkansas He died A she taught in rural Cedar Vale schools for six years before moving in 1928 to where she taught sixth grade for 16 She was a member of the United Methodist Survivors Rollin Fort and Ruby Muriel Great Ruth and Cleo Mount Funeral will be at 2 Wednesday at Cedar Vale United Methodist the David Broddle and Debra Private family burial will be at Greenlawn Cemetery in Memorials may go to the Alice Hamill Scholarship fund may be sent in care of the Wheeler Funeral Cedar Harold Smith MARION Harold died at Luke Born April at he was mar ried at Cottonwood A retired truck driver and lumberyard he was a resi dent of Marion since He was a member of Lincolnville United Methodist the Ma sonic Lodge and the Odd Fellows both of Survivors of the home Sharon Donna Barbara High Nancy Kathy Wichita Marion Eleanor Bernice Lemon 14 grandchildren and two Funeral will be 2 Friday at the United Methodist Lin the Craig Burial will be in Lincolnville Ceme Friends may call at ThompsonHarpZeiner Funeral Memorials may go to the Forrest Fuzz Kennedy HADDAM Forrest Fuzz died at his home in Born at he married Viola She preceded him in He was a retired Survivors Garnett Rhine and Becky Gertrude Cheyenne Kay El Ann Meade Marie Arkansas Beulah Oklahoma City 19 grandchildren 21 great grandchildren and one greatgreat Funeral will at at the United Meth odist Church in the Lorena Burial will be in Hawks near Gladys Rowlands BURRTON Gladys died at Mount Hope Nursing Born Mary Gladys Reed March at she married William Rowlands at He died in A retired she was a longtime resident of She was a member of Burrton Christian Survivors Raymond Pratt and Eva Rob Funeral will be Thursday at Burrton Christian the William Burial will be in Burrton Friends may call from 4 to 8 Wednesday and from 9 to Thursday at Kaufman Funeral Memori als may go to the Katherine Montgomery HILL CITY Katherine Hill died at Graham County Born Katherine Hoss April in Wallace she married James Montgomery May at She was an elementary school teacher for 30 years in Graham and Wallace She was a member of Hill City Christian Delta Kappa Gamma Helping Hands Club and KansasNational Educa tion Survivors of the home Beloit Doris Great Bend Goodland and four grand Service will be 2 today at Hill City Christian Pastor Howard Burial will be in Memorial Lawn Hill Spencer Hill is in charge of Memo rials may go to the Graham County Hospital Heart Merlin Crum Merlin Leslie of 700 died at Hutchinson He was born June at He was a Hutchinson resident for three moving from and was a retired Air Force ser He was a member of Eastwood Heights Church of Air Force Sergeants Association and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post Survivors Hazel of the home Wayne and both of Steel sis Louise Mildred Wilma and many nieces and Service will be 10 today at Johnson Sons Memorial Mike Burial will be in Sego Memorials may go to American Heart Mary Eck MONTEZUMA Mary died at Bethel Born Mary Schmidt May at she mar ried Joseph Eck June at He died March A she was a resident of Gray County since She was a member of the Church of God in Mon Survivors Los Ani Leona Eva Elizabeth Kathryn Susie both of Dodge City 28 grand children and 48 great Funeral will be Wednesday at the Church of God in Burial will be in church Friends may call from 9 to 8 today at the Swaim Funeral Dodge Hutchinson Hutchinson Hospital Births GIRL Patricia Mount BOYS Frederick and Paula 1627 East Leon and Ruth Tammy 25 West Randall and Kellee 1204 East Dismissals Harry Walter Darren Andrew Mnnicipal Court Wess Jackson 426 East no liability Leslie Lynn 902 East failure to give information after striking unattended court Joseph 503 East driving while under the influence of intoxicating sentenced to 90 days in proba tion for one year after defendant serves five drivers license suspended 120 days then restricted for balance of one must at tend Alcohol Safety Action Pro stay of execution of sentence for 10 fees for Randall Ster driving while under the in fluence of intoxicating sen tenced to 90 days in probation for one year after defendant serves five drivers license sus pended for 120 then re stricted for balance of one must attend Alcohol Safety Action fees for court Burglaries and thefts County Lakewood Country RFD various and sundry bottles of extralarge Kenneth 4500 40 channel CB 8902 North four 15inch Rally Sport four 15inch two Chevrolet three an tique yard Dodge City Humana Hospital Births BOY Rachel 805 Avenue Admissions Henry RFD Rachel Oli 805 Avenue Gladys 500 Ar nold Cassandra Dismissals Kenneth Elis and 1004 Ester Farias and 405 Vz Allen Gottschalk Martin 1503 Avenue Gavin Unruh and Garden City Catherine Hospital Admissions Lanette Brent Hoff Garden Bessie David Wilma Garden Dismissals Nancy Irene Sean Shane Roque Sandra Meier and Ger trude Garden Earl Charlotte Parker and Garden Albert Schnellbacher Sub Libarol Southwest Medical Center Births BOY and Sorn Admissions Sorn Arvel Bernice Dismissals Thanh Dao and Rodger Short and David Tucker France awarded million in Amoco oil spill CHICAGO AP Amoco was ordered Monday to pay million to France and about 90 other plaintiffs for damages suf fered when the supertanker Amoco Cadiz ran aground off the Brittany coast a decade ago and spilled 68 million gallons of District Judge Frank McGarr made the award in1 the second phase of the which began within months of the March accident that sent wave after wave of thick black tar wash ing up on 100 miles of In the first phase of the McGarr found Amoco and a Span ish shipbuilding Astilleros Espanoles liable for damages in The case was heard in Chicago because Amoco is headquartered but McGarr was required to apply French law in determining the award because the accident oc curred The French government had sought million and the other plaintiffs a combined total of But McGarr said he found the claims by the which in cluded villages along the idyllic northern coast of en fish businessmen and property to be greatly They reasoned that the best way to get what they were entitled to was to ask for five times what the claims should have been and thats what they he Attorneys for Amoco and all the plaintiffs except the Re public of said they planned to Attorney Benjamin lead counsel for said he would fly to Paris to confer with government officials about whether to McGarr said about fourfifths of the judgment would go to the French state because it already paid most of the bills for the clean About million of the judg ment was interest The award does not include court which also will be borne by The townspeople will be very Adrien mayor of a vil lage of on the Brittany said through an Our objective was to make the person who caused the damage and I think they must pay even though they said they didnt do added Countered Frank Am ocos lead counsel in the case We think the objective may have been to make Amoco foot the bill for every public works project in the 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