The News Tribune from Tacoma, Washington (2024)

Tacoma, June 22, 1979 The News Tribune TACOMA: Dorothy Bennecker James Campbell C); hours normal ending Mrs. Gale (Dorothy Mason) Bennecker, 52, of 3416 N. Mullen died yesterday. a and She had was lived born in in Tacoma Ohio for 44 years. Mrs.

Bennecker was a supervisor for the State Department of Social and Health Services. She was a member of St. Lukes Memorial Episcopal Church and Amity Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son, Timothy L. of Tacoma.

Tuell Funeral Home is in charge. Darlene Mears Darlene A. Mears, 21, of 13411 S. C. Tacoma, died Thursday.

Born in Tacoma, Mrs. Mears lived in this area all her life. She was a graduate of Washington High School and a member of the Eastside Christian Church. Survivors include her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Earl Lucille Mrs. Karl H. (Lucille Kaiser, 75, a former Tacoma resident, died Wednesday in Brinnon. She was born in Ohio came to Tacoma in 1948. She moved to Brinnon 10 years ago.

Mrs. Kaiser was a retired music teacher for the Tacoma and Fife W. Mears of Tacoma; three brothers, Donald E. of Hilo, Hawaii, Douglas C. of Artesia, and Dennis of Kent; two sisters, Dorene E.

of Tacoma, and Mrs. Michael (Denise) Blangy Seattle; and her grandmother, Mrs. Ruth Mears of Artesia, Calif. Dryer Mortuary is in charge. Kaiser school districts and was a church organist.

She was a member of the Tacoma Weavers Guild and Central Lutheran Church. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son, Kenneth H. of Seattle. Mountain View Funeral Home is in charge. Donna LaPlante Donna McNiven LaPlante, 59, of 917 E.

99th Tacoma, died Wednesday. Born on the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana, she had resided in this area since 1922. Survivors include three sons, Ernest. Dennis and Grace Mrs. Grace Hughes Linggi, 74, of 13115 E.

died Wednesday. She was born in Oklahoma and had lived in Tacoma for the past 50 years. Mrs. Linggi was a restaurant cook. She was a member of the Catholic Church.

Fred, all of Tacoma; one daughter, Mrs. Franklin (Geraldine) West of Union Grove, one brother, Charles L. McNiven of Tacoma; two sisters, Lois I. Spooner of Tacoma, and Catherine L. Dettwiler of Seattle; and eight grandchildren.

Linggi She is survived by two step-daughters, Dorothy Willis of Tacoma and Lauretta Willis of Seattle; two sisters, Mrs. C. A. Nowlin of Oklahoma and Mrs. Elizabeth Cabool of Texas.

Mountain View Funeral Home is in charge. Betty Mae Martin Betty Mae Martin, 47, of 17203 13th Court Tacoma, died Wednesday. Born in Redlands, she moved to this area from Albuquerque, N.M. four years ago. Survivors include three sons, Michael and Richard, both of Tacoma, and Kenneth of Albuquerque, N.M.; two daughters, Mrs.

Cheryl Dial of Anthony, N.M., and Peggy Martin of Tacoma; one brother, Kenneth Brown of Torona, one sister, Barbara Robertson of Albuquerque, N.M.; and four grandchildren. Dryer Mortuary is in charge. Zelpha Parker Mrs. Zelpha M. Parker, 54, of Rt.

1, Box 1444, died Tuesday. She was born in Lind and had lived virtually all of her life in the Tacoma area. She was a member of the Catholic Church. She was a licensed practical nurse and had been active in community affairs. She is survived by her husband, Byron, a daughter, Tina M.

Gray of Spanaway; two sisters, Rose Marie Evans of Puyallup and Barbara Stallone of Tacoma, and a grandchild. Piper Funeral Home is in charge. Vincent Dillon Vincent C. Dillon, 84, of 6006 S. Prospect died Wednesday.

He was born in Moline, Kan. and came to Tacoma in 1907. Mr. Dillon was an Army veteran of World War I and a member of the Disabled American Veterans, Chapter 1. Juliet Mrs.

D. L. (Juliet Davis. 86, of 1323 Bridgeview Drive, died yesterday. She was born in Burns, and had lived in the Tacoma area since 1974.

She was a member of the Rebekah Lodge in Burns. James W. Campbell, 44, of 1726 Market died Monday. He was born in Plantersville, and moved to Tacoma seven years ago. Mr.

Campbell was a member of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell Sr. Plantersville, five sisters, Mrs.

Louise Horne and Miss Margie Campbell, both of Tacoma, Mrs. Ola Ward and Miss Betty Campbell, both of Sparks, and Mrs. Mary Nunn of Birmingham, and two brothers, John Campbell Jr. of Plantersville, and Clifford Campbell of Reno, Nev. House of Scott Mortuary is in charge.

Salvadoran priest slain SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) A Roman Catholic priest died in a hail of machinegun fire in a small town nine miles east of San Salvador right-wingers are suspected, Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero said. The archbishop said the Rev. Rafael Palacios was visiting a sister when he was shot Wednesday. The prelate said someone painted the white hand symbol of the ultra-rightist White Warriors Union on the priest's car several days before. The union threatened several years ago to kill all priests, accusing them of inciting unrest among the peasants.

The archbishop said Palacios was the fifth priest killed in the past two years. Two-nation dam operating SALTO, Uruguay (AP) The presidents of Ar- gentina and Uruguay dedicated a joint hydroelectric project on the Uruguay River Thursday and called the Salto Grande Dam a model for Latin American cooperation. The 122-foot dam and its 14 Soviet generators will become the biggest power source for both nations. They have been blackouts recently because of insufficient reserve generating capacity. Fishing man falls in, dies OMAK (AP) A 67- year-old Cashmere man died Thursday after he fell off a small fishing boat in Crawfish Lake northeast of here, authorities say.

The Okanogan County sheriff's office said Lawrence Fenstermaker and his wife, Mavis, were fishing from a small boat at the west end of the lake. Fenstermaker apparently was leaning out to net a fish when he lost his balance and fell into the water, sheriff's deputies said. His fall upset the boat, throwing his wife the water. A nearby fisherman pulled the couple from the water but then could not revive Fenstermaker, authorities said. He is survived by his wife, Margaret; two sons, Jack Menlo Park, and William of Federal Way; a daughter, Mrs.

Richard (Margaret Semon of Tacoma; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Mountain View Funeral Home is in charge. Davis Besides her husband, she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Dessel Hamilton of Tacoma; a sister, Mrs. Chespa Crandall of California; three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Mountain View Funeral Home is in charge. (From the office of County Auditor statistics. Notice of intent to wed: Marriage dissolutions asked: (From the office of County Clerk GRAVES: Edgar Linda L. ROBBINS: Barbara Duane L. PATTEN: Kent Katherin M.

WING: James Diane M. LYONS: Diana Garry W. KLAFF: Shelby Daniel J. HOWARD: Linda, James RICKS: Bobby Mary Stephen, Gayle GARRIS: Deborah, Gregory D. SNIDER: Jeanne Arthur L.

KANESTA: Cindy a Lindsay A. WALTON: Thomas Ester Temperatures at 8 a.m.: 69 (21 C); low normal 53 (12 C). Precipitation none; an inch (.13 since (.86 last year .75 normal 1.10 inches (2.79 Jan. 1, 11.15 (30.32 17.05 (47,37 normal Barometric pressure sea level at 8 a.m. 30.32 mb) and steady.

(Above datu recorded Tacoma Airport.) Sunrise Saturday Humidity Thursday: cent; low 34 per cent. Degree days: 2. Air quality for 24 Reno. 83 Bonn. Tokyo 90 high 71 (22 Richmond.

72 03 Brussels Tunis 49 (10 C); St. St. Louis Tampa 90 .00 Cairo Casablanca Vienna Warsaw IRR normal .05 of Salt Lake City .00 Copenhagen SOUTH AMERICAJune 1, .34 San Diego .00 Dublin Asuncion 68 (1.90 San Francisco 58 .00 Frankfurt. Buenos Aires 58 since St. Ste.

Marie 52 Geneva. Lima 64 last year Tulsa 94 .00 Helsinki Montevideo 18.85 (47.68 Washington 72 63 .02 Ho Chi Minh City Rio de Janeiro. 86 Extremes- Hong Kong Sao Paulo. 73 reduced to National extremes, excluding Alas- Jerusalem PAN AMERICA- High Low inches (1026.8 ka, in 24 hours to 4 a.m.: High 105 at Johannesburg Acapulco 95 77 Casa Grande, Ariz. Low 37 at Flag- Kiev.

Antigua 84 at Seattle- staff, Ariz. Lisbon Barbados 88 79 CANADA- High Low Precip. London. Bermuda 83 sunset 9:10. Calgary 64 50 Madrid Bogota 64 high 62 per Edmonton.

64 46 44 Malta Culiacan 105 76 Montreal 82 59 ,00 Manila Curacao 86 80 Ottawa 79 59 .24 Moscow Freeport 90 Regina 75 48 2.00 New Delhi Guadalajara. 59 Toronto 75 61 .02 Nice. Guadeloupe Winnipeg 54 .00 Nicosia. Havana 12 WORLD- High Low Oslo Kingston 12 Aberdeen 54 Paris Mazatian 90 5 Amsterdam 55 Rome Merida 101 to 8 a.m. Ankara.

Seoul Mexico City episode- Athens 73 Singapore. Montego Bay 86 150: 50 is Auckland Sofia. Monterrey 94 emergen- Bangkok 82 Stockholm Nassau. Beirut 75 Sydney San Juan, P.R. 90 Belgrade 63 Taipei 75 St.

Kitts 89 Berlin 55 Teheron 86 66 Tegucigalpa 83 68 Birmingham 63 Tel Aviv 86 68 Trinidad 90 74 Two city utilities veterans to retire R388 Two senior employees past year as the utility of Tacoma Utilities will department's liaison with retire at the end of this the Legislature. month. Fabry has been with 55 54 They are T. Ivan Usher, Tacoma City Light for 27 Precip. manager of the General years, the last two as chief .00 Services Division, and inspector.

Retiring with .00 Douglas E. Fabry, chief him will be his wife, Marelectrical inspector for jorie, a City Light clerk .00 Tacoma City Light. for 20 veter- years. .00 Usher, a 31-year .00 an, has been head of his Trace .00 division for the last 17 Rx for weedy lawns .00 years. Previously, he had .00 been personnel and safety Dandelions were Trace and brought to the New World .00 by the Pilgrims who consupervisor manager of community relations.

.00 A 25-year member of sidered them medicine .00 .00 the Governor's Safety against a variety of .01 Board, he also served this human complaints. Tacoma 12 Seattle Everett. Above 24 hour average based on an air-pollution avoidance-plan scale of alert, 100 warning and 150 CV. TIDES FOR SATURDAY 3:59 a.m.. 11.4 feet 11:09 a.m..

feet 6:32 p.m., 11.9 feet 11:38 p.m.. 6.5 feet TIDES FOR SUNDAY 4:38 a.m.. 11.0 feet 11:47 a.m.. feet 7:14 p.m.. 12.2 feet Tides at ocean beaches about five Forecast TACOMA AND VICINITY: Mostly cloudy tomorrow with periods of partial clearing and a slight chance of showers.

Highs in the upper 605 and lower 70s (around 21 C), lows near 50 (10 C) with variable winds 5 to 15 mph (8 to 24 kmph) and a 20 percent chance of rain. COASTAL: Same except with highs lower 60s (17 to 20 C), lows in the 40s (5 to 9 C) with northerly winds 5 to 15 mph (8 to 24 kmph). MOUNTAINS: Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. Snow level near 8,000 feet, afternoon pass peratures 45 to 55 (7 to 13 C) and westerly 10 to 20 mph (16 to 32 kmph). INLAND WATERS: Increasing clouds with southwesterly winds 10 to 20 knots (18 to 36 kmph), STRAIT OF JUAN DE FUCA: Increasing cloudiness and chance of showers with variable winds 5 to 15 knots (9 to 27 kmph).

EASTERN WASHINGTON: Partly cloudy with a slight chance of showers or thundershowers mostly over the mountains. Highs in the lower 705 to lower 80s (22 to 28 C), lows in the lower 40s to lower 505 (7 to 11 C). EXTENDED FORECAST: Chance of showers and continued cool Sunday through Tuesday with highs in the 605 (17 to 20 C). lows 45 to 55 (7 to 13 C). SIX-TO-10-DAY OUTLOOK: Temperatures normal, precipitation above normal.

Weather table (24 hours to 4 a.m. Fridav) PACIFIC High Low Precio. Bellingham 65 47 .00 Boise 81 50 .02 Hoguiam 64 48 .00 Olympia 69 40 Omak 78 Portland 73 49 05 Quillavute. 40 Seattle. 49 Spokane 74 Tri-Cities 82 48 Vancouver, B.C, 48 Walla Walla 77 53 Yakima 79 49 Wenatchee 79 0 ALASKAJuneau 59 Fairbanks Anchorage 69 68 585 886 NATIONAlbany 80 Albuquerque.

95 Amarillo 96 Asheville 78 Atlanta. 84 Atlantic City. 75 Baltimore, 73 Birmingham. 83 Bismarck 79 Boston 70 Brownsville 95 Buffalo. 80 S.C, 81 Charleston, W.Va.

79 Cheyenne. 81 Chicago 87 Cincinnati 86 63 Cleveland 81 Columbus 82 64 Dallas- Ft. Worth 99 74 Denver. 87 Des Moines 89 Detroit 85 Duluth 62 Hartford 83 Helena Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jacksonville 83 Kansas City 92 Las Vegas Little Rock 81 Los Angeles Louisville. Medford Memphis Miami 83 Milwaukee 85 Minneapolis Nashville New Orleans Norfolk .45 Oklahoma City 2.07 Omaha 19 Orlando Palm Springs 00 Philadelphia.

Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland, Maine Rapid City Red Bluff 90 00 Brian Sontag) Marriage dissolutions granted: HYATT; Karma, Charles T. KURTIS: JoAnn Robert L. MCDONALD: Sandra Gary PUNCHAK: Edward Judith A. KENNARD: Patricia Jody M. REVELL: Gail, Nathaniel MACKEDA: Karen Thomas L.

SMITH: Angela Curtis E. HAUGEN: Jay Jeanette CASSIDY: John Chung Ja OLSON: David Bertha B. KOSKO: Gregory Teri F. Births: The News Tribune welcomes the following new citizens born in Tacoma-area hospitals: TACOMA GENERAL DOLMAN: Randall and Pamela, Centralia, girl, June 20. ENGEL: James and Carol, 4025 Alturas St.

girl, June 20. GONZALES: Lucretia, 1711 E. 43rd boy, June 20. HALL: Richard and Frankie, 8815 71st St. N.W., Gig Harbor, girl, June 20.

HOUSLEY: Richard and Derlene, 913 S. 117th boy, June 20. MEYER: Bret and Lila, 7620 S. boy, June 20 SCHROEDER: Timothy and Gayle, 14501 Cresent Valley Drive N.W., Gig Harbor, girl, June 20. SIMONS: Paul and Kimberley, 520 16th St.

S.W., Puyallup, boy, June 20. SUMMER: Ward and Evelyn, 3111 S. Seventh boy, June 20. DENNIS: Rick and Cindy, 12906 Lake City boy, June 20. EMBLEN: Mary, Lakebay, boy, June 20.

SOLIS: Francisco and Linda, 6405 So. 12th girl, June 20. GOOD SAMARITAN JOHNSON: Darrel and Linda, $11 June 20. JOHNSON: Ronald and Shari, POWELL: Daniel and Sandra, 19911 Save $25 to $100 on power mowers. Save $100 Reg.

739.99 Sale 639.99. 8-HP. rear engine 30" rider mower. Features electric start, headRider lights and 3 forward speeds plus reverse. 1910 Use the JCPenney Time Payment Plan Save $25 Save $35 Reg.

154.99. Sale 129.99. 3.5 HP 22" push mower with Reg. 219.99. Sale 184.99.

4 HP Briggs and Stratton engine 20" rear bagger push mower and Power Protection. Dual 12 4 with Briggs and air filter, easy check oil engine. Throttle on handle and minder, vertical pull start. quick-type height adjustment. 2 2273.5 hp Side Discharge 2074 hp Easy Bagger HP) GREGORY R.


MATHISON, Algona H. MCLACHLAN, Olympia DIANE M. DONAHUE, Olympia Richard Greco) DENNIS A. MELLOR, 6611 87th St. S.W.

LAURI J. McNEIL, 88 Byrd Drive, Steilacoom PATRICK L. READY, 2112 S. 90th KATHY A. OWEN, 821 E.


JOHNSON, 813 N. St. 8421 24th Ave. E. CAROL A.

LEENHEER, ROBIN G. WINCHESTER, 813 N. St. 2319 E. 84th St.

EUSEBIO L. SALBINO JUAN M. VARGAS, Dedo, Guam Thunderbird Parkway JANICE M. OLARTE, KATHLEEN M. CRAIGHEAD, 10506 Bridgeport Way S.W.

7915 A St. ANDRE B. WHITE, TAE YOUNG NO, Oakland, Calif. 4902 111th St. S.w.

GERALDINE DAVIS, MARY A. NO, Oakland, Calif. 4902 111th St. S.W. WALLACE L.

CARLSON, RICHARD A. GARRETT, 4020 E. 96th St. 825 S. 98th St.

CAROL J. ALLEN, CHERI M. LYON, 4020 E. 96th St. 12204 20th Ave.


62nd St. NANCY A. BROWN, WANDA W. WASHINGTON, 14319 127th Ave. Puyallup 1131 E.


Middletown, N.Y, JAN D. BERGHAN, WENDY M. FRASER, 412 N. Fourth St. Boring, Ore.

GARY W. SHADLE, GERMARD S. HANSON, 914 111h St. S.w., Puyallup 3711 S. Pacific Ave.

MARIA J. BOYLE, ANN BISCHOFF, 5901 76th Ave. Puyallup Lakebay TERRY M. BACON, BARDLEY N. VOLLAND, 3317 N.

Balitmore St. Federal Way PATRICIA E. WHITE, BARBARA S. GOAD, 7531 44th St. W.

Auburn EUGENE K. SLAY, HOMER J. DEAN, Norwalk, Calif. 5001 West Tapps Drive, Sumner SUSAN L. NELSON, CYNTHIA K.

ERICKSON, Tillicum Orting JOHN G. BRUCE, 21506 144th St. Sumner KATHLEEN R. MILLARD, 21506 144th St. Sumner Sale $299 set 5-pc.

Reg. $359. "Empress," elegant and durable wrought-iron dining group. Classic Spanish features like scroll arm chairs with mesh backs and extra-large mesh table top are highlighted by the comfortable floral vinyl pads that reverse to solid lemon colors. Set includes table and four dining chairs.

Sold separately: Sale $115. Reg. $139, 54-in. table Sale $46 each. Reg.

$55 each, Dining chair Also available: Sale $115. Reg. $135, Adjustable chaise Sale $85. Reg. $99, 8-ft.

crank platform not included. Sale $299: set 5-pc. Reg. $349. "Tampico," graceful and sturdy outdoor furniture with lightweight, rustproof aluminum frames and tempered glass table top.

Chairs and chaise are hand-laced to insure the highest quality. Set includes table and four arm chairs. Sold separately: Sale $99. Reg. $113, 42-in.

table Reg. $50 each. Reg. $59 each, Arm chair Also available: Sale $75. Reg.

$89, High-back glider Sale $129. Reg. $149, Adjustable chaise Sale $85. Reg. $99, 7-ft.

platform not included This IS Charge It at JCPenney: Tacoma Mall Bremerton Capital Mall, Olympia Everett Northgate Southcenter LAKEWOOD GREGORY BABBS, 3411 Bridgeport Way PHYLLIS L. GLENN, 3411 Bridgeport Way Seventh S.W., Puvallup, girl, 10112 Sales Road, girl, June 117th St. Sumner, boy, June 20..

The News Tribune from Tacoma, Washington (2024)
Top Articles
Latest Posts
Article information

Author: Barbera Armstrong

Last Updated:

Views: 5306

Rating: 4.9 / 5 (79 voted)

Reviews: 94% of readers found this page helpful

Author information

Name: Barbera Armstrong

Birthday: 1992-09-12

Address: Suite 993 99852 Daugherty Causeway, Ritchiehaven, VT 49630

Phone: +5026838435397

Job: National Engineer

Hobby: Listening to music, Board games, Photography, Ice skating, LARPing, Kite flying, Rugby

Introduction: My name is Barbera Armstrong, I am a lovely, delightful, cooperative, funny, enchanting, vivacious, tender person who loves writing and wants to share my knowledge and understanding with you.