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Salina Journal, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1989, Salina, Kansas The Salina journal on the record january 11 deaths funerals Thelma Book Thelma died at the intensive care unit at Asbur Salina regional medical the funeral arrangements will be announced by the Geisendorf Rush Smith funeral Douglass Joscelyn Douglass 2601 died at the presbyterian funeral arrangements will be announced by the Geisendorf Rush Smith funeral Ole Lovseth Ole 10 East died at Asbur Salina regional medical Lovseth was at he at tended the North Central Kansas vocational tech Nical Bel he moved to Salina in 1978 and was a Carpenter Lovseth with building he was a member of the first United methodist he was preceded in death by his and a ran survivors include his Nancy of the Home two Kyle and both of the Home his Mary of Solomon a Davis of Salina four Cindy Young of Lola Pearson of Theola of and Jere Wright of and a Lola Hicks of v the funeral will be 11 monday at the first United methodist the Troy Bowers offi burial will be in Gypsum Hill 1 memorials May be left to the Church or to the boy scouts of Amer visitation will be at the Ryan mor Jonathan Roggendorff Abilene Jonathan Rog died at the Highland professional care Roggendorff was born on in he was a lifelong resident of the area and was a Man Ager for the farm services he was a member of the mount pleasant presbyterian Rural survivors include his Ida of the Home a Robert of broken a Joan Wertzberger of Houston a Arthur of Texas a Ada Campbell of four grandchildren and a great i the funeral will be at the Danner funeral the Glen Bays burial will be in the Abi Lene memorials May be made to the mount pleasant Presby Church or the Charity of the visitation will be at the funeral liw Rogers Menlo Fred died at the Sheridan county Long term care funeral arrangements will be an by the Pauls funeral Gussie Higgins Logan Augusta Gussie died i at her Higgins was born Augusta mock on in and was a longtime Logan she was a nurses aide and a she was a member of Johns Catholic her Leonard died in survivors include three Mary Graves and Ginny both of and Michaeleen Flores of a Charles mock of Wichita a Margaret mock of Nowata 15 grandchildren and two great a Wake service will be monday at the Logan funeral the funeral will be tuesday in the Johns Catholic the Al Brun Gardt burial will be in pleasant View memorials can be made to Johns scholarship fund and Phillips county area visitation is at the funeral Floyd mall Clay Center Floyd Clay died at the Clay county Clay mall was born on at Broughton and was a longtime resident of Clay he was a Navy Veteran of world War he was a truck Driver for the propane Clay for More than 25 he was a member of the first presbyterian masonic Lodge and the american All of Clay survivors include his Ailene Steward of the Home a Douglas of Riley a Patty Brown of Topeka two Mike of Clay and Tom of Linn a Betty Dickinson of Kansas four grandchildren and a the funeral will be monday at the Neil Schwensen funeral Clay the Fred Lenk burial will be in the Greenwood Clay memorials May be made to the Clay Center visitation will be 3 to 5 today at the funeral Elizabeth Ann Hain Marquette Elizabeth Ann died at the Riverview estates nursing Hain was born Elizabeth Ann Jensen on at she was an offset Printer operator for the Eastman Kodak min she retired in 1964 and moved to then moved to Ottawa in she lived there until she moved to Marquette a year she was a member of the Luke methodist Fred her Edwin died she is survived by a Richard of Lindsborg three grandchildren and three the funeral will be 1 tuesday at the Smoky Valley the Eugene Slack memorials May be made to the Riverview estates nursing Cecil Shacke Kon Cecil Shack died at Shackelton was born Cecil beam on May in the she was a member of the Baptist her died in continued from Page 1 has been recommended for assistant Secretary for Public All three would be in positions to be Snake and influence while Congress defines the Broad its dictates on Complex health issues leave the department with Cample room to Man Euver in end orc Iulg the Law and making rules and system puts considerable in the hands of department concern among activists Over the key positions is sharper than usual i because the supreme court recently i agreed to hear a Case that could narrow the legalization of abortion it decreed in the landmark 1973 Roe i Wade was stung last when one lawmaker quoted the Secretary As saying he overturning the Roe a Capitol Hill flare up but Sullivan quickly quelled turmoil by meeting with anti lawmakers and assured sullivans nomination already had raised concerns of antiabortion activists earlier when he was quoted in a newspaper article As saying he opposed and he favored a woman right to he said he supported Bush View that abortion should be allowed Only in cases of incest and danger to the Lif e of the pro Choice forces say that even in the Reagan with ties to the antiabortion there have usually been at least some re an estimated million Legal abortions Are performed each survivors include two Mae Cross of Pueblo and Iva Hopperstad of fort Texas a Clifford beam of California a Jean Moudy of Oklahoma and four the service will be 2 tuesday at the Esbon the Rob Morrow Beulah Sears Beulah formerly of 912 died in Sears was born March in she lived in the Salina area until when she moved to she had been a homemaker and a member of the veterans of foreign wars auxiliary and a red Cross Volunteer for 17 her Wilbur died in she is survived by a William Bud of Selma six grandchildren nine great grandchildren and four the funeral will be 11 wednesday at the mausoleum Williamsburg at Roselawn memorial visitation will be at the mausoleum Williamsburg wednesday until the time of the local arrangements Are being handled by Roselawn Lorena Degroff Santa Lorena Santa died Degroff was born March in she was a resident from 1937 until when she moved to she was a practical she served As an army medical tech her died in 1966 and an infant daughter died in survivors include three Allen Snedker of John Snedker of Salina and Wayne Snedker of Alton a Ruth Barnum of Colorado three Hal Brothers six grand children nine great grandchildren and a the funeral was 24 at the Westminster memorial Leonard Buckingham Clark Leonard Buckingham died at Scotts Dale memorial Clark was a native of moving to Scottsdale from Kansas he was an insurance vice president director of agencies of Monarch life in and also a general agent of Monarch life in Kansas he was a member of the Scottsdale United methodist Mccormick ranch Golf and jesters in he also was a member of the Kansas shrine and 32nd degree Mason in Kansas survivors include his Wilma of the Home two David of Steven of and a Charlotte Stonestreet of san the funeral was 11 tuesday at the Messinger mortuary and memorials May be made to the american heart association or to the Charity of the donors endell to be in Stockton Stockton Mike Hayden will be Here monday to help dedicate the Stockton correctional Hayden and his staff will attend a ribbon cutting the Public is invited to a session at at the Stockton High school also at the ceremony will be Roger Secretary of department of and various legislators and local of Public Tours of the prison Are Only by appointment and in the to arrange a Call 913 he supported Bush prolife building contractors will be closed january 30 in memory of Ole Lovseth gop Effort to return income tax Windfall May Leader says Topeka a Senate presi Dent Bud Burke said saturday that republicans Are taking a Gamble in backing Mike Haydens proposal to Stop collecting million of the income tax saying democrats could use it As an Issue against them in the 1990 speaking As a member of a gop legislative panel during Kansas Day Burke said the argument of democratic Law makers that some of the Windfall Burke should go for property tax Relief to offset the Impact of reappraisal could help the minority party in next years the Windfall is extra Revenue Kansas has collected from its income tax payers As a result of 1986 Federal tax those changes reduced kansans Federal tax Leav ing them with More income for the state to they democrats Are preying on the fears All of us have because of Burke when you dont know about there is great if the democrats Are successful in turning that fear into then perhaps Well be in trouble in return ing the democrats have argued in legislative debates that half the Windfall Money Hayden proposes not to col Lect from taxpayers in the future should be pumped into school finance or other funds to lower property they say massive shifts in the property tax Burden because of reappraisal May hit Small businesses and some homeowners especially Burke and House speaker Jim Braden said republicans Are Back ing Haydens proposal in order to help the firs term governor fulfil a 1986 Campaign pledge not to keep the last the Senate a Haydens plan for Cut Ting income tax rates to let kansans keep the million starting in the current tax the Bill Doest return any of the Windfall collected in 1987 and Jacksons Hal brother sentenced a Chicago millionaire Noah Robinson was sentenced to the maximum 10 years in prison saturday after being found guilty of a felony in connection with the attempted murder of a woman who witnessed a Hal brother of the Jesse Jackson and a Greenville a was charged with murder and conspiracy in the death of Leroy Zambone state circuit judge James Moore declared a mistrial on those counts when the jury failed to reach a the jury convicted Robinson of accessory after the fact of assault and Battery with intent to kill in connection with the attempted Mur Der of Janice Denise was accused of hiring someone to kill who witnessed the 1986 murder of Rosemond survived a stabbing at Moore sentenced Robinson to 10 years in and Robinson was led away in Handcuffs to the Green Ville county detention Ive said All along in innocent of the charges but in prepared to take the punishment the court will mete on Robinson said during sen Moore declared a mistrial for the four other charges murder and conspiracy to commit murder in the Barber slaying and criminal conspiracy and accessory before the fact of assault and Battery with intent to kill in connection with the Rosemond solicitor Joe the prose said Robinson will face an other trial on those defense attorneys said they would Appeal the conviction and an Appeal Bond of was Moore also reinstated Bond of million on the other Robinson remained in custody late officials easy continued from Page 1 decades of government service and a specialist on foreign policy did not need much preparation for his news aides he was Given a list of some of the questions that had come up in the daily Brief Ings of press Secretary Marlin Fitz but there were no practice standing in the press Bush seemed confident and in High calling on Many reporters by name and interrupting the news conference at one Point to turn the table on reporters and Grill them about the practice of asking followup ques there were Early tastes of trouble with a new controversy Over the abortion views of Louis his nominee for Secretary of health and human and an uproar Over a Treasury department proposal to Rescue the savings and loan Industry by charging a depositor Bush brushed aside the flaps As Little Ripples on the surface of an otherwise Calm the Ripples Are Likely to get bigger by the Date of his address before a joint session of Bush has to decide who wins and who loses in the Battle for Federal As he divides up a shrinking budget pie and struggles to Cut the White House officials Are passing the word that there wont be enough Money for Bush to keep All his Campaign promises for education and other for your information Hospital admissions Asbury Raymond 1303 Fairway Carl 722 Banner Circle Deborah 256 Oakdale Raymond min Neapolis Lima Oberlin Helen Beloit Maude Long Johns Dorothy 623 Johnstown Raymond 910 Jewell Henry 415 Ash Francis 705 Victoria Heights Edith 721 second Marlene Hospital dismissals Asbury Darrell 2018 har old Morgan 1329 Ponca Carrie Garcia and baby 3100 Cantebury William 504 Wilson Emma 240 Clark Bruce 516 Moon William 520 Ells Worth Lichtenhan baby 621 Phil lips Richard Kenwood View nursing Home Paula Simpson and baby 104 Connecticut John Smolan Cierra Beloit Brittany Assaria Carol Tescott Paul Esbon Mil dred Solomon Phillip Johns Pearl 501 Mont Rose Annette 1017 Sunrise weather James 804 Hancock Gilbert 1194 Woodland Gladys Chapman Ruth Courtland Melvin births girls Wade and Glenna 2829 Melanie 6 born Byron and Sandra 210 8 15 born Max and Amy 400 Sunset 8 14 born Carmen and Helen 6 14 born police blotter theft 752 bettys Fried Money removed from Safe be tween and 1 Friday 1122 Money belonging to Joyce Washington taken Between 1 and 7 Friday 2730 Linda insufficient funds Check Given to Elizabeth Jef Ferson at 3 27 fire and Ems runs fire Center in Kenwood false Ems 800 Block of Friday 100 Block of Friday 1300 Block of saturday West Highway saturday 700 Block of North lottery winners Kansas lottery live Here Are the winners of major prizes on Kansas lot Tery live saturday night the Winner of the grand prize was Raymond Kettler of the Home viewing partner winning was Susan the Bonus round audience member was Ron who won Bonanza Bonus the winning numbers in saturdays Kansas Bonanza Bonus lotto game with an estimated Jackpot of Are Kansas Cash lotto the winning numbers in saturdays Kansas Cash lotto game with an estimated Jackpot of Are lotto America the winning numbers drawn saturday night in lotto America Are estimated Jackpot million extended Outlook tuesday through thursday Little or no precipitation tuesday through mild tuesday and wednesday but turning colder highs in 50s from mid50s East to mid60s Southwest then dropping to 30s by lows in 20s tuesday and then dropping to teens in North and 20s in South by zone forecasts zones Clearing by noon highs in West to Northwest winds 10 to 15 Clear lows near sunny and much warmer highs 55 to zones 6 Clearing by afternoon highs in mid to upper West to Northwest winds 10 to 15 Clear lows 20 to sunny and much warmer highs near zones this highs 40 to West to Northwest winds 10 to 15 Clear lows 20 to sunny and much warmer highs in raid to upper zones 12 fog and rain this morning then partly Cloudy in highs in Low Northwest winds 10 to 15 Clear lows 25 to sunny and much warmer highs in zones 13 fog and rain this then partly Cloudy in highs around Northwest winds 10 to 15 Clear lows in sunny and much warmer highs in zones Cloudy today with fog and drizzle in highs near Northwest winds 5 to 10 partly Cloudy lows 25 to mostly sunny and warmer highs in Low to zone 17 Cloudy today with fog and drizzle in the forecast for this cold warm Stati highs 40 to North winds 5 to 10 mostly Cloudy lows 30 to Clearing and warmer highs in Low to elsewhere in Kansas saturday lows and precipitation to 7 Belleville Beloit Chanute Coffeyville Concordia Dodge City Emporia Garden City Goodland Hutchinson Lawrence 40 Liberal Pittsburg Russell Topeka Wichita Salina weather at City Airport saturdays High record is 68 in saturdays Low to 10 record is 16 in today Sunset tomorrows Sunrise 24hour precipitation to broadcasting of state and regional weather conditions continues 24 hours a Day on Noaa weather radio wxk92 on a frequency of

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