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   Salina Journal, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1992, Salina, Kansas                                The Salina Journal ON THE RECORD May 9 DEATHS FUNERALS Lee Marshall The funeral for Lee Upper Mill will be at 10 Saturday at the First Pres byterian the Cynthia Campbell and John Phillip Clark of Burial will be in Roselawn Memorial Marshall died May at the Eisenhower Hos Rancjfo He was born May at Clay Center and had been a Salina Mn Marshall resident since He was president of Marshall Motor from 1949 to when he He was a member of the Community Presbyterian Palm Ironwood Country Palm Desert the Salina Elks Lodge the Salina Lodge 60 and the Salina Chamber of He was past president of Asbury Salina Regional Medical Center board of trustees past president of the Salina Country Club and past chairman of ChryslerPlymouth Na tional Dealer Survivors include his Myrna of the home three Larry of Scott of Colorado and Clark of Rapid two Verona Dyck of Salina and Ruth Briney of Brewster seven grandchildren and two greatgrand Memorials may be made to AsburySalina Regional Medical Visitation will be from noon to 9 Thursday and from 9 to 9 Friday at the GeisendorfRush Smith Funeral 401 Iron John William Hunter I A memorial service for John Wil liam Windsor will be at 2 Saturday at Sunset Park Shelter the Paul Mugler Hunter died April at Francis In case of the service will at the First United Methodist Church Mary Boatwright Mary died May at the Pumacle Care Funeral arrangements will be an nounced by the Ryan Willis CONCORDIA Willis died May at the Republic County Hospi Payton was born June at Burns and had been a Concordia resident for many He was a conductor on the Santa Fe Railroad for34 retiring in He was a nfember of the Trinity United Meth odist Church and the Senior both of and the United Transportation Union Survivors include his Bessie of the home two Ronald of Hartford and Daniel of a Judy Vaughn of Emporia a Gladys Innocenti of Dallas 11 grandchildren and nine The funeral will be at 2 Thursday at the ChaputBuoy Fu neral the Burr Crickard Burial will be in Pleasant Hill Con Memorials may be made to the church or the Senior Visitation will be after 1 today at the funeral 325 Velma Medsker The funeral for Velma 519 Claremont will be at 10 Thursday at the First Church of the the Rene Colaw will be at 2 Thursday in Memorial Park Medsker I died May at Johns Regional Health She was born Velma Martens at Buhler and had been a Salina resident since Medsker moving from She taught school at Palco for nine years and was a music teacher in the Salina School retiring in She served as an accompanist for the Salina Childrens She was an organist and pianist and a member of the First Church of the the Kansas Music Educators Associa the Women of the the Sweet Adelines and the Dizzy Fin She was past grand worthy matron of the Order of Eastern Her Joe died in Survivors include a Steve of Palm a Jolene Hamel of Hays two Estella Franz of and Lauretta Eitzen of two grandchildren and a great Memorials may be made to Visitation will be from 9 to 9 today at the Ryan 137 where the family will receive friends from to and on Thursday at the Letha Watkins Letha rural died May at her Watkins was born Letha Farrington on in Lin coln County and had been a resident of Salina area for 60 She was a Her Clarence died in Survivors include a Ivan of a Phyllis Mohatt of Salina a Earl Farrington of Minneapolis two sis Alice Eekarek of Wilson and Ethel Brown of Wichita seven grandchildren and 19 great The funeral will be at 10 Friday at the Ryan the Harry Tysen Burial will be in Bennington Cemetery with no Memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Visitation will be at the funeral 137 Herbert SELDEN The funeral for Nor bert rural will be at 10 today at Joseph Catholic New the Mark Berland Burial will be in Joseph Ceme Diederich died May at his He was born July on a farm northwest of He was a farm laborer and a member of Joseph Catholic Church and the Knights of New Survivors include his Bernadine Diederich of New Almelo four James of Carl of Robert of La and Tom of Lenora and three Loretta Meitl of Virginia Rome of and Rose Imoneau of The Pauls Funeral was in charge of arrange The death was ruled a suicide by the Sheridan County Sheriffs De f Beverly Cromwell HADDAM Beverly died May at the Bryan Memorial Hospi Cromwell was born Beverly Schroeder on at and was a lifelong resident of the Haddam She was a homemaker and a member of the United Methodist Had Survivors include her Dean of rural Haddam a Kevin of Haddam a Sharon Robinson of rural Wamego her fa William Schroeder of Linn a Norma Meints of and three The funeral will be at 10 Thursday at the United Methodist the Andy Torres Burial will be in Haddam Memorials may be made to the church or the American Diabetes Visitation will be at the Bachelor FaulknerDart Funeral 1322 William Bill Gabrielson LINDSBORG William Bill died May at the Linds borg Community Gabrielson was born at Lindsborg and was a lifelong resident of the He was a farmer and a member of the Bethany Lu theran His died in and a died in Survivors include a Gary of Colorado a Wilma Hammond of two Lawrence and both of Lindsborg seven grandchildren two stepgrandchil dren and five stepgreatgrandchil The funeral will be at Thursday at the Bethany Lutheran the Her bert Johnson and Don Hawk Burial will be in Elm wood Memorials may be made to the the Lindsborg Community Hospital or the Bethany Visitation will be from 2 to 9 today at the AndersonHays Funeral Washington at where the family will receive friends from 5 to 7 Emma Zvolanek WILSON Emma died May at the Good Samaritan Retirement Zvolanek was born Emma Borecky on at and was a longtime resident of Ellsworth She was a home maker and attended the First Pres byterian She was a member of Lodge and the both of Her died in and a Rose died in She also was preceded in death by an infant Survivors include three Fred of Stephen of Wilson and Wilbert of Holyrood a Fran ces Neurnan of Ellsworth a half Rose Bednasek of Holyrood a half Tony Borecky of Den ver two grandchildren a great grandchild a greatgreatgrand child several stepgrandchildren and The funeral will be at 2 Friday at the GrubbParsons Funeral Pastor Thomas Hens tock Burial will be in Wilson City Memorials may be made to the Ellsworth County Veterans Memo rial Hospital or the Good Samaritan Retirement Visitation will be from 8 to 8 Thursday and after 8 Fri day at the funeral 307 Paul Posegate PLAINVILLE Paul Pose died May at HCA Wesley Medical Posegate was born March at Plainville and was a lifelong resident of the He was a farmer and an agent for Prudential Insur He was a member of the Chris tian and the Sons and Daughters of the State of Kan His Ethel died in and a Mary Kathryn died Survivors include three grand Clifford Paul Keeler of Max Edward Keeler of and Janet Kay Keeler of Holton seven great grandchildren and three great The funeral will be at 1 Thursday at the Christian his the Janet Keeler and great the Kimberly and Gregg Rea Burial will be in Plainville Memorials may be made to the Visitation will be from 9 to 9 today at the MosherPickens Funeral 320 and after 10 Thursday at the John Bunger BELOIT John died May at the Mitchell County Bunger was born April at Salina and had been a resident of the Beloit area since He was owner of Solomon Rapids retiring in He was a member of the First United Methodist was chairman of the administrative board for several years and served on the conference council finance and administration for 8 the last two years as He was a member of the Beloit Country the Elks the Rural School Board the Tur key Creek Township the Mit chell County Farm Bureau and its board of and the Beloit Rotary of which he was a past He also was a community leader for the West Beloit 4H Club a Mitchell County commissioner and a Paul Harris His first Helen died in and his second Virginia died in Survivors include his Dorothy of the home two William of rural Beloit and Fredrick of Las two Mike Lummis of Kansas and Allan Lummis of a Mable Dent of Salina five grandchildren six stepgrandchil dren and three The funeral will be at 10 Thursday at the First United Meth odist the Diane Walters Burial will be in Elmwood Memorials may be made to the Virginia and Dorothy Bunger Memorial Scholarship of the First United Methodist Visitation will be until 8 Thursday at the Harrison Funeral 302 and at the Rosenberg wasnt nuke exKGB agent says FOR YOUR INFORMATION Hospital admissions ASBURY Julie 2512 Rockhurst Roland 1001 Merrily Circle Rowenna 304 Colum bia Marshall 1620 Beach Joan Smolan William Kenneth Kanopolis John Gene seo Howard Little River Roger Norton Mary Ann Head Ellsworth Shan Os borne Margaret Ellsworth Erina Burr Oak Ellaine JOHNS Christine 1015 12th Margaret 900 Elm hurst Leonard McPherson Jack Smith Center Velma Hospital dismissals ASBURY Ruey 626 i Third 306 Linda 214 Jewell Susan Nelson and baby 8 Eastborough David 715 Car riage Court Kenneth Mil tonvale Arthur Delphos Uoyd Abilene Albert Uncplnville Lawrence Con cordia Melvin McPherson I Elm6r JOHNS Evelyn 300 12th Gale 507 Hartland Lester I Births GIRLS Kevin and Carrie 1500 Santa 9 8 M born May Rowenna 304 7 15 M born May Jennifer 5 15 born May Thomas and Judy 6 11 born May BOY Vincent and Patricia 149 7 6 born May District Court CHARGED Randy 127 charges of terroristic threat and harrasment by telephone in connection with incidents between May 5 and FOUND GUILTY Ernie 244 12th at time of pleaded guilty to being habitual traffic violator in con nection with a traffic stop in Salina on March 27 dismissed were charges of driving under the driving with an open container of alcohol and driving without SENTENCED Robert one to five years in prison for each of two counts of one to two years in prison for each of two counts of felony one year in jail each on two counts of misdmeanor theft and one year in jail on a count of misdemeanor property damage in connection with burglaries in Salina and Saline County on 10 and Municipal court TRAFFIC John driving under the influence one year in probation one year after serving five CRIMINAL Kimberly 106 furnishing alcohol to a minor in connection with an April 1 incident at her home Police blotter PROPERTY DAMAGE 456 picture window broken at the home of Glenda Kay Eck between noon Saturday and6 Sunday 650 paint scratched on car belonging to Ryan Matthew 125 between 8 and Monday 713 car belonging to Jeremy Joe scratched between and 2 Monday Lakewood mercury light broken on the outside of the south bathroom be tween Saturday and Sunday 1200 rock thrown through window between 11 Sunday Monday 2500 Salina Municipal Golf course damaged and flag taken between Monday and Tuesday damage and 300 block of West vehicle be longing to Bradley Dean Lancaster dam aged between 6 May 5 and 6 Sunday 1300 two windows shot with BB gun between 5 Friday Monday THEFT 722 Donna May 1011 purse containing By The Associated Press MOSCOW Julius Rosenberg never helped steal atomic a former KGB agent said in a tele vision interview aired Another former agent said filched atomic plans delivered by an other spy were so detailed that they allowed Soviet scientists to skip ex perimental production and start making bombs The Rosenbergs were executed in June 1953 after being convicted of conspiracy to pass on nuclear bomb secrets during World War They admitted being Communists but denied the espionage Asked by an interviewer about the couples role in procuring nuclear secrets for his former agent Leonid Kvasnikov replied I wouldnt really like to talk about the Rosenbergs at I didnt know But Kvasnikov later said Julius Rosenberg wasnt participating di rectly in obtaining information on the nuclear He made no refer ence to Ethel Rosenbergs Kvasnikov was identified as the former head of KGB scientific and technical He said he went to the United States in 1942 to help create the KGB spy network that was trying to steal nuclear bomb secrets from its World War II an elderly man who kept his hands knotted around a cane throughout much of the seemed to indicate dissatisfaction with whatever work the Rosenbergs did for the Soviet One should try to leave as few traces as possible if you want to achieve success in this he told Russian TV without One of the KGBs most important spies in America was a who transferred vital nuclear secrets to her control said Colonel Anatoly who worked for Yatskov spoke on the same Yatskov recalled how on one occa the woman entered a train sta put the documents in a bag and placed them between two handker chiefs after seeing two men in civil ian clothes standing near each rail way car she was to She went on the platform just be fore hastily looked for her ticket and asked her contact to hold the paper thus passing on the valuable The information was so detailed that it allowed Kurchatov to build the plant bypassing by the stage of experimental Yatskov North Korea turns over remains of 15 Americans medication and government check lost or stolen between and Sunday 648 bicycle belonging to Ann Marie Yeagley taken between Saturday and 2 Sunday 1820 fishing flash rifle two radar dete three Nintendo game cartridges and batteries taken between 9 1 and 8 April 30 2028 North 300 feet of air hose belonging to Keehner Construction taken from an unlocked equipment trailer be tween March 30 and Sunday 2012 video casette tape rented on April 9th and not returned Animal shelter These animals were picked up May 11 at the locations listed and taken to the Saline County Animal Shelter on West State Street Road DOGS Black male chowAkita 600 block of Montrose tan male shepherd 600 block of Montrose brown and white male chowshepherd 100 block of West Jewell white with tan tips male shepherdLabrador 9500 block of East CATS White and tan with black spots female 800 block of South Ninth black and tan tiger female kitten short Assaria dark gray male kitten 2200 block of Mayf Lottery numbers KANSAS DAILY PICK 3 The winning numbers Tuesday By The Associated Press Korea North Korea turned over 15 narrow coffins to American officials Wednesday and said they contained the remains of servicemen counted among the missing in action from the 195053 Korean military officials said 15 more would be returned by the end of the making it the largest rep atriation of American remains by North Korea since sets were returned in Although some of the coffins con tained American officials said North Korea apparently hadnt identified most of the Washington has made settlement FROM PAGE 1 Retirementaged cousins rear child Shao Guan in Kwang tung Violet Lana was born there and in due course the Dongseses were notified she would be put up for The Dongseses arranged to have relatives take the child in until they could get there and do the nece ssary legal This is where complications enter the American law says a child can be adopted only if it has been abandoned or if it has lived with the family intending to adopt it for two When an American consular offi cial began to he found Lana had been taken home by her natural where she was picked up that same day by the Dongseses Lana cried and cried the first night away from her natural mother because she had no said In rural milk cannot be obtained with ration coup so the couple took Lana back to the natural mother for one or two weeks of This short interlude proved fatal to the The INS held that the natural parents hadnt terminated their parental obligations cleanly or early enough to make it a case of The Dongseses were denied per mission to bring the baby to the United States when they went to China in 1985 hoping to bring her FROM PAGE 1 Interest may grow in rural areas Lukei said one of the local projects could be the establishment of ame nities along the such as The Kansas route parallels the Santa Fe That link was one of the goals of the transcontinental The 1968 National Trail System Act mandated Congress to develop a system of trails in our Lukei Today there are 17 of those one being the Santa Fe The trails dont and one of the principal objectives was to connect as many trails as we possibly Another goal was to make it ac cessible to as many people as possi which is why the trail route goes through such metropolitan areas as San Kansas of the MIA and the question of halting the alleged construction of a North Korean atomic a pre condition for better North Korea is reaching out to improve its flagging I hope in the near future to have more James Record The account ability of POWs and MIAs is a great humanitarian The solemn ceremony took place at the border village of Pan 35 miles north of A steady rain fell as North Korean guards lined up 15 brown coffins several yards from the demarcation line separating North and South back They hired lawyers to contest the which said in part Short of a complete termination of all the condition of abandonment does not The Chinese who thought their involvement with the child would be a question of just a few days or have been burdened with raising of now at a time of life when they thought theyd earned They are now old and it is hard on said The Dongseses hired but they struck Weve been working on it for about six Weve sort of struck out in the Were at a dead said attorney Steve Baugh They turned to their Tom That didnt work There as you might a lot of said Michael an aide in Lantos Wash ington The Immigration Department is very In certain situa definite needs must be If its like pulling Its been well over a and weve had a difficult time getting Under the terrible nightmare of the we are forced to be separated from our daughter for seven said He was born in China and came here with his father when he was 17 Violet was born in Burma and also arrived in the United States in her Its a real tragic said There are no bad Cincinnati and The Kansas trail effort received the blessing of various such as the state departments of wildlife and commerce and transpor the Kansas Historical Society and They all said go for Dilsaver This could do our state some He said it would be a project that would provide some economic in terest in some of the rural and re mote he A national show of support for the trail is scheduled for Dub bed TrailBlazer the event is an attempt to get people on every mile of the trail at the same The event is sponsored by the Rockport a shoe and clothing manu The trail project was conceived by the American Hiking Society and Backpacker For more in formation about the call 1800   

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