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3 MAR z 8 7989 4B ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1989 Private School To Begin Drug Tests For Everyone OBITUARIES kkf wurs is a very caring program. We want our people, ff to help Patrick Leonard, 30; Active In Assisting Victims Of AIDS subsequent verification test, he must undergo treatment and be checked j again 100 days later. If he fails again, he will be suspended from extracur- ' ricular activities, Burns said. The testing is part of a larger drug-education program, and the main goal J is to help students, not punish them, ; Burns said. "Ours is a very caring program," he said. "We want to help our people." , Still, not all agree with the testing. "It distresses me greatly," said Scott ' Poindexter, 50, a cotton farmer and ; former Indianola Academy school- ' board member who sent his five chil- ! dren to the school. ; J "When I was raising my children, I everybody had their chest of drawers ', and mom and daddy didn't even go into them drawers," he said. "I just J think that's important." 1989, Scripps Howard News Service INDIANOLA, Miss. A private school In Indianola will institute mandatory drug testing in August for its entire student body and faculty, a plan that may be the country's most gressive school anti-drug program. Educators nationwide say they are unaware of such an all-encompassing dictate. Under the program, students of Indianola Academy who refuse to consent to drug tests will be forbidden to attend. Those who do consent and test positive will not be expelled or suspended but can be prohibited from taking part in extracurricular activities. The policy also will apply to all teachers, administrators and the 24 members of the school's board. Headmaster Homer Burns said no decision had been made on what ac- lem, noting two burglary-related shootings a couple of months ago. Much of Indianola's crime is fueled by a crack cocaine trade, he said. Indianola Academy's policy requires the school's 276 students in grades seven through 12 to sign consent forms before school starts in August, and then submit to urinalysis testing throughout the school year. Burns said all students, faculty and staff would be tested before the school year is over. The drug testing will cost $8,000 to $9,000 a year and will be paid for through community donations, Burns said. If a student fails a drug test and a tion would be taken against teachers and officials If they test positive. "We're not trying to be any trendsetters," he said. "We're just trying to do whatever we can to look out for our kids." The decision to start a drug-testing program was adopted unanimously by Indianola Academy's School Board three weeks ago. This town of 13,000 people, 130 miles south of Memphis, Tenn., is wary of growing drug and crime problems. One city alderman has proposed a nighttime curfew for teen-agers. Assistant Police Chief Roosevelt Harris said the city has a drug prob A memorial service for Patrick -Leonard, who was active in organizations helping people with AIDS, will be at I p.m. Saturday at Sheldon Concert Hall. Mr. Leonard died Sunday of AIDS. He was 30. He was active in St Louis Effort for AIDS and the local chapter of the Design Industry Foundation For AIDS, an organization that raises money for AIDS projects. Last year, Mr. Leonard played a key role in bringing The Names Project quilt to St. Louis. The enormous quilt bears the names of people who have died of AIDS. Mr. Leonard organized a workshop to make quilt panels bearing the names of SL Louis residents who have died of the disease. He also helped organize fund-raising benefits for St. Louis Effort for AIDS. Mr. Leonard was a native of Blue Island, 111. He worked in an antique store in south St Louis and was a collector of pottery and decorative art from the 1950s. A friend, Dan Johnson, said the collection would be auctioned next month with the proceeds to go to the St Louis Effort for AIDS. John Hilgeman, an AIDS activist who worked with Mr. Leonard on The Names Project said he got "involved in things enthusiastically. He communicated that enthusiasm to other people." "He taught me a lot about living and a lot about dying," Hilgeman said. Surviving are his mother and stepfather, Deanna and Alan McLenegan of Syracuse, N.Y.; and three brothers. Dale Leonard of Alpharetta, Ga., Mike Leonard of Wichita, Kan., and Rodney King of Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. FUNERAL NOTICES Philip Hicks; Nationally Known Carver ' BUFFALO, Minn. (AP) Philip W. Hicks, a nationally known waterfowl woodcarver, has died at his home at age 47. He was born and reared In St Louis. A funeral will be held today at Ret-tingers Funeral Home in Long Lake, Minn. "t Mr. Hicks, who died Friday, won numerous national and international waterfowl-carving contests. His work ias been displayed at the North American Wildfowl Art Museum in Salisbury, Md., and other waterfowl museums and associations. . "He would work 80 to 120 hours on a duck to get it just the way he wanted it," said his wife, Ronda Hicks. Mr. Hicks was a longtime hunter, but he quit hunting in the late 1970s after suffering frostbite in his legs while working outdoors. He began carving canvasbacks and pintail ducks in wood in 1980. Two years after his first carving, one of his ducks won a first-place ribbon at the Ward Foundation World Championship Wildfowl Competition. Mr. Hicks spent six years in the Navy and later worked for many years as a hair stylist. In addition to his wife, surviving are a daughter, Jeri Lynn of Minneapolis; stepsons Glenn and Michael Hicks, both of Independence, Minn.; a brother, Ronald Hicks of Seattle; and his stepfather, James Isler of Richfield, Minn. George Rosenthal; Was Sales Manager A funeral Mass for George D. Rosenthal, a retired retail sales manager with Laclede Gas Co., will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St Clement Church, 1510 Bopp Road in Des Peres. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Rosenthal, 91, died Monday of pneumonia at the Clayton House health care center in Ballwin. He worked for the P.C. Murphy; Trunk Co. until It closed during the Depression. The company was started by his grandfather, P.C. Murphy. Mr. Rosenthal then went to work for Laclede Gas. He retired about 1963. He sold real estate until about six years ago. Surviving are two daughters, Sister Helen Rosenthal of Miami and Betty Bova of St. Louis; two sons, George D. Rosenthal III of Kansas City and John Rosenthal of St. Louis County; three sisters, Normyan Rosenthal of St. Louis, Josephine Heilburn of Longwood, Fla., and Nan Moore of Tallahassee, Fla.; and two grandchildren. Dorothy D. Birk; Wrote Book On Fair A funeral for Dorothy Daniels Birk, an author and authority on the 1904 St Louis World's Fair, will be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Valhalla Chapel, 7600 St. Charles Rock Road in St Louis County. The body will be cremated, i Mrs. Birk, who lived much of her life in University City, died Sunday at Bethesda-Dilworth Memorial Home In Oakland. She was 88. Using glass sides of the fair taken by her father, Edward Daniels, Mrs. Birk began giving lectures on the fair in 1967. In 1979, on the 75th anniversary of the fair's opening, a book that Birk wrote about the fair, "The World Came to St. Louis," was published by Bethany Press. She was a graduate of Harris Teachers College and taught in the St. Louis and University City public schools. She was a member of the University City Park Board and was active in the University City Historical Society. Surviving are two daughters, Sue Oertli of St Louis and Nancy Desat-ntck of Oakland, Calif.; six grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Robert Bergtholdt, 59; Former Salesman KLAMERUS, JOSEPH B., 49. of Fairview Heights, IL., on Mon., March 27. 1989. at Memorial Hospital, brother of Mrs. Ronald (Sylvia) Marr of Collinsville, IL. and Mrs. Nelson (Carol) Jenkins of O'Fallon. IL., our dear uncle, nephew, cousin, and friend. Funeral from KASSLY COLONIAL Mortuary. Fairview Heights. IL, Wed.. 9:30 a.m. to St. Albert The Great Church for a 10 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial by Fr. Anton Babic. Burial Lake View Memorial Gardens. Prayer service will be held 6:30 p.m. Tues. Friends may call after 3 p.m. Tues. For those who wish memorials may be made to his Church, or to the St. Louis Catholic Society for the Deal, 1 1 1 8 N. Grand, St. Louis, MO. 63106. KLAUBER, SOPHIA W. Mon., March 27, 1989. Beloved wile of the late Lester Klauber, dear aunt ol Bernice Levy (Herbert F), Daniel Klauber (Eileen Muriel H. Gardner. D O. (David, D O ). Hazel Wolff (the late George), Beatrice Crone (the late Jake) and Katherine Goldb-lart (Stanley) and Isabel Lavin, both of Chicago, our good friend. Funeral service 10:30 a.m. Wed. at MAYER FUNERAL HOME, 4356 Lindell. Visitation 9:30 a.m. until time of funeral. .Interment United Hebrew Temple Cemetery. Mrs. Klauber was past president of both Ben A'Kiva Aid Society and American Legion Aux. Salon 116 40 & 8, and member of AARP Chapter 1159 of Overland, the Ritenour Garden and Breakfast Club and JCCA. KNEIB, ELMER L. On Sun., March 26, 1989. Beloved husband of Cynthia Kneib. dear brother of Clara F. Kneib and dear friend. Memorial service at Unity Christ Church, 33 N. Skinker Blvd., Thurs. 7 p.m. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Unity Christ Church, 33 N. Skinker or the Heart Association. LUPTON Service. LEE, ARTHUR J., Fri.. March. 24, 1989, beloved husband of tne late Emma (Pohlmann) Lee, dearest father of Robert E. Lee, dear father-in-law of Betty Jane Lee. dearest grandfather of Barbara and Lucas Brennecke. dear greatgrandfather of Krista and ara Brennecke. dear brother of Edna Matoushek, dear uncle, cousin and friend. Donations to Humane Society ot Missouri appreciated. Private services were held KUTIS AFFTON Chapel. LLOYD, OLLIE O. (nee Williams), Baptized into the Hope of Christ's Resurrection, Sun., March 26, 1989. beloved wife of the late George Lloyd, dear moiner oi josepn uoyo, aear ranamoiner or rieiy ana ieorae Llovd. dear aunt of Rich ard Ruhmann, our dear mother-in-law. great-aunt and friend. Funeral from KUTIS Funeral Home. 2906 Gravois. Wed.. March 29. 9 a.m. to Most Holy Trinity Church. 9:30 a.m. Mass. Interment National Cemetery. In parlor Tues., 4 p.m. MUELLERLEILE, ELVERA O. (nee Ojeman), fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, on Sun., March 26, 1989, beloved wife of the late Earl A. Muellerleile, dear mother of Barbara Robinson and Kath-ryn Childers, dear grandmother of Rebecca Toman, Dajid Scheming. Sister Renelle Ojeman. S.S.N.D. and Olvia Nielsen, dear sister of the late Natalie Scheidler and Leslie Winscott, our dear mother-in-law, aunt, great-grandmother, sister-in-law and friend. Funeral from KRIEGSHAUSER'S WEST, "a GUARDIAN PLAN SM Chapel ", 9450 Olive Blvd.. on Wed.. March 29, at 9 30 a.m. to Incarnate Word Church, for 10 a.m. Mass. Interment Resurrection. Masses preferred. Visitation Tues., 7 to 9 p.m. PATTERSON, JAKE R. Of Arnold. Mo., Sun.. March 26, 1989. Beloved husband ot Ruth Patterson (nee Mitchener). dear father of Kathy Reeves, Donald G. and Charles (Freddie) Patterson, dear brother of Lawrence Patterson and Virdie Counts, our dear brother-in-law, father-in-law, son-in-law, grandfather, greatgrandfather, uncle, great-uncle, nephew, cousin and friend. Visitation at LANG-FENDLER Funeral Home, 630 Jeffco Blvd. (Hwy. 61-67) Arnold, Mo Tues. 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. Mr. Patterson will be removed to Popular Bluff, Mo. tor graveside services at 1 p.m. the next day at Memorial Gardens Cemetery. PETERSEN, JOHANNA E Sat., March 25. 1989. beloved wife of the late Peter H. Petersen, daughter of the late Frederick and Johanna Jaeckle and dear friend. Visitation 1-2 p.m. Tues. Funeral 2 p.m. Tues. at GERBER Chapel. 23 W. Lockwood. Webster Groves. Entombment Milwaukee. Wl. Memorials to Shrm-er s Hospital. PHIPPS, ROSE M. (nee Mendell), Sat., March 25, 1989, beloved wife of the late Charles Phipps, dearest mother of Charles, Edward and Andy Phipps, Rose Ruhr, Francis Street, Charlotte Curtis and Ada DeRienco, dear grandmother of John, Ronald and Henry Ruhr, Rob, Joyce. Brenda and Rosemary Dresner, Jim, Lee, Marian, JoAnn and Ralph Curtis, Judy Randall, Joe, Mike, Dave. Tim. Chris and Paul DeRienco, our dear mother-in-law, great-grandmother, aunt, cousin and friend. Services at HOFFMEISTER Chapel, 7814 S. Broadway, Wed., 1:30 p.m. Interment National Cemetery. VISITATION AFTER 4 P.M. TUES. PLUEMER See Schumaker REICHERT, ROBERT L. of Waterloo, H.., March 26. 1989, beloved husband ol Marilyn Reichert (nee Hoffmann), dear father of Scott Reichert, dear son of Louis and Antonia Reichert (nee Feldt), dear brother of Sandra Stewart, Joyce Georg and John Reichert, dear son-in-law of Karl and Laverta Hoffmann (nee Washausen), dear grandson of Minnie Reichert, our dear brother-in-law, nephew, uncle, and cousin. Funeral service 2 p.m. Thurs. at St. Paul's U.C. of C, Waterloo. IL. Visitation after ,7 p.m. Tues. until 11 a.m. THurs. at QUERNHEIM Funeral Home, Waterloo, IL. Interment Waterloo, IL. REICHERT See Kane FITZGERALD, JOHN BERNARD II (JACK). Baptized into the Hope of Christ s Resurrection, on Thurs., March 23, 1989, beloved new born son of Martin Sidney and Elizabeth Jewell Fitzgerald, dearest grandson of Patricia and John Fitzgerald and Katherine and Ronald Jewell. Chapel service at Calvary Cemetery, 5239 W. Florissant, firocession to meet at Main En-rance on Wed., March 29, 1989 at 10 a.m. In lieu of flowers, family prefers memorial donations be made to the St. Louis Children's Hospital. GIBBONS, RUBY SMITH, March 25, 1989, age 82. wife of the late Nathan H. Gibbons, mother of . Bert and Ira Smith, Neal Gibbons ' and Ruth Molnar, sister of Mabel Hughes and Bernice Rice. Services were held March 27 in Chalmette, La. Interment will be at St. Paul's Churchyard, St. Louis. Memorials preferred to Immanuel Congregational Church, St. Louis. GOING, LORETTA A., (nee Petsch), fortified with the Sacra-, ments of Holy Mother Church, Mon., March 27. 1989, dearest wife of Fred D. Going, Alderman 3rd Ward, City of Lakeshire. Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON Chapel, 10151 Gravois, Wed., March 29, 1 p.m. Interment SS. Peter & Paul Cemetery. Member of Lemay Democratic Roosevelt Club. Donations to Lutheran Medical Center Hospice Pro- ?ram appreciated. In parlor ues. 3 p.m. HANS, BEATRICE AGNES (nee Heberlie). Sun., March 26, 1969, Baptized into the Hope of Christ's Resurrection, beloved wife of the late Alvin A. Hans, beloved sister of Clara Patt, Monica Meyers Aleman and the late Hershell, Anthony, Charles, and Alo Heberlie and Valda Heberlie. dear sister-in-law of Rich- ard Aleman, beloved aunt, great- . aunt, great-great-aunt, dear cousin and friend. Funeral from KRIEG-'SHAUSER'S SOUTH, "a GUARDIAN PLAN SM Chapel", 4228 S. Kingshighway, Wed., March 29, 8:45 a.m. to St. Peter's Church, Kirkwood for 9:30 a.m. Mass. Entombment Resurrection. Visitation 2-9 p.m., Tues. HAYS, JOHN K. SR., Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Sat. March 25, 1989, beloved father of Donna Nick, John K. Hays Jr., and Karen Hersom, dear son of Virginia McEwan and the late John McEwan, dear brother of Steven McEwan, Stella Hunt, Margaret Hart, and Eileen Bowers, dear grandfather, brother-in-law, nephew, uncle and cousin. Funeral Wed., March 29, 9:30 a m. from BUCHHOLZ SPANISH LAKE Mortuary, 1645 Redman Ave. to Our Lady of Loretto Church (Spanish Lake) for 10 a m. Mass. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Hays was a member of Eagles Lodge 1126 of Granite City, IL. Eagles Lodge service Tues. 7 p.m. VISITATION MON. 4:30 P.M. HEALY. R. MABEL (nee Hen-son), Asleep in Peace, Sat., March 25. 1989, beloved wife of the late Sylvester J. Healy, dear mother ol Robert L. Healy, dear mother-in-law of the late Patsy J. Healy. dear grandmother of Patrick S. and Susan L. Healy, our dear sister, aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral from SOUTHERN Funeral Home, "a GUARDIAN PLAN SM Chapel ", 6322 S. Grand Blvd., Wed., March 29, 10 a.m. to St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 6518 Michigan Ave. for 10:30 a m. service. Interment Park Lawn Cemetery. Visitation after 3 p.m. Tues. HOFFMANN, RICHARD J. On Sun., March 5. 1989. Dear son of the late George W. and Ruth O. (nee Verharsi) Hoffmann, dearest friend of Norma Foster. A memorial service Wed. March 29, 2:30 p.m. at Resurrection Cemetery. NO VISITATION. A member of Musicians Local 2-197. Contributions to Missouri Baptist Hospital School of Nursing desired. A GEBKEN-BENZ Service. HOPPER, PAULINE (nee Paluc-zak). Fortified with the sacra-, ments of Holy Mother Church on Sun., March 26, 1989. Beloved wife of the late Paul Hopper, loving mother of Catherine Bern-sen, dearest grandmother of. Mary Heggs, dear great-grandmother of Victoria Rieman and Sherrill Heggs, aunt, great-aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral from JOHN STYGAR & Son, 9825 Halls Ferry Rd., on Wed. March 29 at 10 a.m. Inter- " ment National Cemetery, Jefferson Barracks. Mo. VISITATION TUES. 3-9 P.M. HUBER See Kane HUMBRECHT, ROBERT J., March 21, 1989, ol Lake ot The Ozarks, Mo., beloved husband of Joyce Humbrecht, dear father ot Linda Ackerman, dear brother of Betty Spahn and Paul Humbrecht, dear grandfather of Robert, Elizabeth and Andrew, our dear uncle, great-uncle, brother-in-law and cousin. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery, St. Louis. KANE, JOHN J., fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church. Sun., March 26, 1989, beloved husband of Mary Catherine Kane (nee Reichert), dear brother of Helen Huber, our dear brother-in-law, uncle and friend. Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL, 10151 Gravois, Wed., March 29, 8:30 a.m. to Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, for 9 a.m. Mass. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, Masses preferred. In parlor Tues., 2 p.m. KENNEDY, WILLIAM E. (BUD). Baptized Into the Hope of Christ's Resurrection, Sat., March 25, 1989, beloved husband of the late Georgia Kennedy (nee Frye), dear father of Joan Ferguson, Dolores Under-man, Maureen Martin and Sr. Nancy Kennedy C.S.J., dear brother of Joseph Kennedy and the late Julia Frazier, dear father-in-law, grandfather, greatgrandfather, orother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle, cousin and friend: Mr. Kennedy, in state at FEY Funeral Home, 4100 Lemay Ferry Rd., South of Lindbergh, Mon. 3pm-9pm and Tues. 10am-9pm. Funeral Mass from St. Mary and Joseph Church, Minnesota and Holly Hills Ave., Wed., March 29, 10:30 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Mr. Kennedy was a member of Boilermakers Local No. 27 and a retiree ol Nooter Corp. MAS&ta rntrcncu. WILSON, ROBERT, fortified with J the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Mon., March 27, 1989, ' beloved husband ot Audrey Wil- ' son (nee Schroeder) Funeral from NEW CHAPEL ! OF HOWARD H. MICHEL Funer- , al Home, 5930 Southwest at , Hampton, Wed., 10 a.m. Inter- , ment Resurrection. Member of , Typographical Union 8. Visita- , tion Tues. 2-9 p.m. , WOLFSHOEFER, EMIL, ., asleep in Jesus, Sun., . March26. 1989, beloved ., husband of Elizabeth J. -. -Wolfshoefer (nee Gordanier), , our dear father, grandfather, fa- ther-in-law, brother-in-law, un-cle. great-uncle and friend. Funeral from KUTIS Funeral Home, 2906 Gravois, Wed., . March 29, 10 a.m. Interment Na- tional Cemetery. Member of St. Louis Bayern-Verein Schwaben . Singing Society, and 50 year member Carpenters Union Local No. 5. In parlor Tues.. 6 to 8 P m. YANOSCHEK, ANTHONY J.. Sun., March 26, 1989. beloved husband of Pauline Yanoschek (nee Clark), dear father of Lo-raine Anthony and Delores Parker, our dear father-in-law, grandfather, brother-in-law, uncle, cousin and friend. Visitation at KUTIS AFFTON Chapel, 10151 Gravois, Tues..-11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Retiree of Bricklayer's Union Local 1. '' ZINGSHEIM, PIERRE F. (PETE). fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Sun.. March 26, 1989. beloved son of Armand F. and Irene F. Zingsheim (nee Fischer), dear brotn-" er ot Gerald and Brian Zing-' sheim and Cheryl Boetcher, our dear brother-in-law. uncle, neph-,ew, cousin and Iriend. Funeral from KRIEGSHAUSER'S SOUTH, 4228 S. Kingshighway, Thurs. March 30, 1 0 a.m. to Cure of Ars Church for inlam Mam Interment Res-. urrection Cemetery. Masses or contributions to charity of your, choice appreciated, visitation. Wed. 2-9 p.m. QUO Masonic Notices ANCHOR LODGE 0443 AF1AJV1. Regular Stated Comm., 7:30 p.m. Sr. Wardens Night. Re--' freshments Served. DANIEL GRANGER, W-M. .. , CLIFTON HEIGHTS LODGE ' 520 AF&AM Harmony Temple . Stated Comm. Tues., March 28, :) 1989 at 7:30 p.m The Lodge will . be Graded on the Ritual Viz . . Opening 8, Closing, Balloting 8, , Receiving a Petition. Officers : to be at their stations. Gerard J. Glammanco, WM. PYRAMID Lodge 180 AF&AM Brethren please assemble Tues., 6 p.m. at Baue Funeral 1 Home, 620 Jefferson, St. Charles, to conduct Masonic fu- "-neral service for our departed --: BRO. GEORGE F. STEUBER. ' n George C. Wetlrlng, WJW. WEBSTER GROVES Lodge 84 Special Comm., Tues., March MJ . 28, at 7 p m. 2nd and 3rd Degree , , Turns Ins, 1 M M. Degree. Re- freshments. Visitors Welcome. JERRY SENKERIK.WJIA. WELLSON LODGE No. 413, , , 7251 N. Hanlev Rd. Regular Meeting 7:30 p.m. , Tues., March 28. Preceded bv WILD HARE DINNER 4:30 ' P.M., A la Joe B. Robertson! Brethren, families and friends invited. P S. Joe said "The Easter Bunnv Got Awav" ! HAROLD L. 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Ruth Ann Ryan and Julia Waterson. dear grandmother ol Richard. John, Donald Russell, Lance, Wayne, Christina and Kathleen, dear great- firandmother of Heather and Tif-any, dear sister of Dorothy Daman, Leona Kohler, Mildred Callahan, and Grace Cunning- nam, our aear moiner-m-iaw, sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral from KUTIS Funeral Home, 2906 Gravois, Wed., March 29. 9:30am. to St. Margaret of Scotland Church, 10 a.m. Mass. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. In parlor Tues, 2pm. ROSEN, HARVEY C. March 27, 1989, beloved husband of Mary-lin Altman Rosen, dear father of Cathy Barancik, Judy (Craig) Goldford, David (Jody), Marc (Christie) Rosen, Terry (Dean) Kassoff, Cyndi Altman and Craig (Jody) Altman. beloved brother of Selma Colodesch, Claire Bermi, Evelyn (Mel) Kamen-etzky, and the late Beverly Som-mers, dear grandfather of Todd Barancik, Jaime and Jeffrey Goldford, Emily, Michael, Lindsay and Courtney Rosen, Andy and Brook Kassoff. Graveside service 11 a.m. Tues. at United Hebrew Temple Cemetery. 7855 Canton Ave. In lieu ot (lowers, contributions preferred to American Cancer Society. RINDSKOPF SERVICE. ROSENTHAL, GEORGE D. II Fortified with the sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Mon.. March 27, 1989. Dear husband of the late Elma M. Rosenthal, dear father of Sr. Helen Rosenthal R.S.C.J.. Betty Bova, George D. Ill and John L. Rosenthal, dear grandfather of Blase and Jennifer Bova, dear brother of Normyan Rosenthal. Josephine Heilbrun and Nan Moore both of Florida, dear father-in-law of Nicholas B. Bova. Funeral from BOPP Chapel, 10610 Manchester Rd., Kirkwood, Wed. 9:30 a.m. to St. Clement Church for 10 a.m. Mass. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Visitation Tues. 4-9 p.m. ' SCHUMAKER, MARIE E., (nee Albers). Baptised into the Hope . of Christ Resurrection, March 26. 1989. beloved wile of the late Karl Schumaker, dear mother of John (Violet) Pluemer, dear Srandmother of Karen Weber, ohn (Ann) Pluemer and Jim (Terry) Pluemer, our dear sister-in-law. great-grandmother, aunt, great-aunt and friend. Funeral from JOHN STYGAR & SON, 9825 Halls Ferry Rd., Wed. March 29, 9 30 a.m. to Corpus Christi Church for 10 a m. Mass. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Contributions to Special Olympics or masses preferred. VISITATION TUES. 3-9 P.M. SIEMER, ALMA M., Mon., March 27, 1989. fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, beloved wife of the late George Siemer, beloved mother of Joan (Carroll) Lorenz, beloved grandmother of Dennis CarrolC dear mother-in-law of Roland Lorenz, dear aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral Mass Tues., March 28, 10:30 a.m., at Church of The Magdalen. Interment private. Arrangements by KRIEG-.. SHAUSEfl'S SOUTH. - SIERING, GILBERT F., on Sun.. March 26, SHa 1989, beloved husband " v ol Alice M. Siering (nee Carey), dear father of Susan A. Nolan, dear grandfather of Anna Stephen, and Christopher, dear brother of Helen Siering. our dear father-in-law, brother-in-law, and uncle. Funeral Wed. 1 1 a.m. at JOHN L. ZIEGENHEIN & SONS, 7027 Gravois. Interment National. VISITATION 4 TO 9 TUES. SISTER ANN DOLORES WILSON, C.S.J., of Nazareth Convent Sat., March 25, 1989, dear daughter of the late John and Anna (nee Thillmony) Wilson, beloved sister of Verna Pierce. Dolores DeQuire and Gwen Erxle-ven. all of St. Louis, our dear sister-in-law, aunt, cousin, friend and Sister in Christ. Mass of the Resurrection from Nazareth Convent Tues., March 28, 7 p.m. Interment Wed. morning 9 a.m. at Nazareth Cemetery. VISITATION AFTER 2 P.M. TUES.. with Prayer service at 2:15 p.m. Tues. FEY Service. STEVENS, ROBERTA I., on Sat. March 25, 1 989, beloved wife of Robert D. Stevens, dear mother of Donald (Larry), Debra, Diane, Daniel, and Brenda, dear sister of Daniel Rosenstengel, Evelyn McEntire, Loretta Rath, and Kaye Archer, dear grandmother of Donnie, Danielle. Tina, James, David, Andrew, Christopher, Steven, Matthew, Lisa. Robert, and John, our dear mother-in-law, sister-in-law, aunt, great aunt and friend. Funeral from KUTIS Funeral Home. 2906 Gravois, Wed. March 29. 1 p.m. Interment National Cemetery. In parlor Tues. 2 p.m. TAUTPHAEUS, JUANITA H., Sat., March 25, 1989, beloved wife of Arvey J. Tautphaeus, dear mother of Arvey J. Jr and William D. Tautphaeus, dear sister of Louise, Mary, William and Barbara Schmid and Lily Lumpp, dear grandmother of Michael, Gary, Ron. Randy, Heide, Claire and Aiisane Tautphaeus, dear mother-in-law of Caroline E. and Linda J. Tautphaeus, our dear sister-in-law, aunt and friend. Mrs. Tautphaeus in state at KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL, 10151 Gravois, Tues., March 28. 4 to 9 p.m.; then taken to New Apostolic Church, (Affton), for visitation Wed. . 1 1 to 1 p.m. Service 1 p.m. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, donations to New Apostolic Church, 9701 Mackenzie 63123, appreciated. TORNO ' See Colombo WELLING, LOUIS H.. fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Sat., March 25. 1989 at Hockessin, Del., beloved husband of the late Leora "Lee" Welling (nee Poelker), loving father of Thomas L. Welling and Mary Lou Norris, dearest father-in-law of Bonnie Welling, dear grandfather of Rebecca, Jamie, Tommy, Mark and Max, also survived by a brother, Leo Welling of Aviston. III. and a sister, Regina Kuhl of St. Louis, our dear brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle, great-great-uncle, cousin and friend. Mr. Welling was a retired member of St. Louis Assoc. of Professional Firefighters, a retiree of the St. Louis Fire Dept., after 35 years of service, a member of The Legion of 1 ,000 Men and an active member of the Holy Name Society of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. Funeral from JOHN STYGAR t SON, 9825 Halls Ferry Rd. on Wed., March 29 at 8:30 a.m. to Our Lady ol Mt. Carmel Church for 9 a.m. Mass. Interment St. Dominic s Cemetery, Breese, III. Masses or donations to Pink Sister's in Lou's memory appreciated. VISITATION TUES. 2-9 Prvf BERKBIGLER, IRMA J. (nee Hi-volti), fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Mon., March 27, 1989. at home, beloved wife of the late Herbert M. BerkBigler, dear mother of James. Don, Bill, Dale, Gary Berkbigler. Linda Devoto, Sherri Sullivan, Joyce Bertelsman, and the late Richard Berkbigler. dear sister of Olga Casagrande. sister-in-law of Henry and Luella Messner, dear mother-in-law of Marsha, Peggy. Susan and Jane Berkbigler, Jim Devoto, Jim Sullivan, Dan Bertelsman, dear grandmother ol Rik, Vikki, Lori, Christi, Terri, Alicia, Pat, Penny, Kelly, Kerry, Jennifer, Jonathon Berkbigler, Tracey, Dianna and Jodey Devoto, great-grandmother of Ashley Poage, dear aunt, cousin, and friend. Funeral from KRIEGSHAUSER'S SOUTH, "a GUARDIAN PLAN SM Chapel", 4228 S. Kingshighway, Thurs., March 30. 9:30 a.m. to St. Aloysius Gonzaga Church, 5608 N. Magnolia, for 10 a.m. Mass. Interment Resurrection. A member ol Christian Ladies Sodality. Visitation from 1 to 9 p.m. Wed. BIRK, DOROTHY DANIELS, March 26, 1989, beloved mother of Sue Oertli of St. Louis, MO and Nancy Desatnick of Oakland. CA, beloved mother-in-iaw of Charles Oertli, dear grandmother, great-grandmother and friend. Visitation and service will be held from VALHALLA CHAPEL OF MEMORIES, 7600 St. Charles Rock Rd., Wed., March 29. Visitation beginning at 3 f).m., service to beheld at 4 p.m. n lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Missouri Botanical Garden, Friends of the University City Library or a charity of your choice. CARONrtA, FRANK PAUL, of Deltona, FL, KH March 26, 1 989. beloved husband of Dolores (Lori) Caronna, dear father of Bernadette (Bunny) Caronna of Orlando, FL, Christine Caronna-Beard of Chatham, IL, Laura Eickmeyer, House Springs, MO and Paul F. Caronna, Blooming-ton, IL, dear brother of Brigida Menzi of Mamaroneck, NY. Visitation at GERBER Chapel, 23 W. Lockwood. Webster Groves, Wed. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass Thurs.. 10 a.m. at the St. Francis Xavier College Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery Mr. Caronna a member of Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church, Deltona, FL, Knights of Columbus. Sons of Italy and a former member of Collinsville, IL Lions Club. COLOMBO, JOSEPHINE L. (nee Torno), fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Sun.. March 26. 1989. beloved wife of Charles J. Colombo, dear mother of Kenneth C. and Robert L. Colombo, dear sister of Mary. Paul and Charles Torno, dear mother-in-law of Joyce and Pat Colombo, dear grandmother of Brian, Angi, Monica, Tony, Dominic and Robert Colombo, Jr., our dear sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL, 10151 Gravois, Thurs., March 30. 9:45 a.m. to Seven Holy Founders Church for 10 a.m. Mass. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Donations to American Cancer Society, appreciated. In parlor Wed., 3 p.m. DALTON, TIMOTHY M., fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Sun., March 26, 1 989. beloved son of William and Flora Dalton, dearest grandson of Augusta (nee Neal) and the late William Dalton. Sr., Veronica (nee Willett) and the late Clarence Samuel Ballard, dear brother and brother-in-law of Veronica (Alonzo) Rogers, Michael, Christina, Amy, Phill and Dan--ielle Dalton, and the late Mary Augusta and David Dalton, our dear nephew, great-nephew, cousin and friencf Funeral from HOFFMEISTER CHAPEL. 7814 S. Broadway, Wed.. 9:30 a.m. with Mass celebrated at St. Andrew s Church, 10 a m. Interment s.s. peter ana Paul Cemetery. VISITATION AFTER 2 P.M. TUES. DICKERSON, CLIF-1. FORD T. (RED), on Sun., & March 26. 1 989. beloved T" husband ol Frances Dickerson (nee Mormino), dear lather of Beth Cannon, Joann Cotham, Laura Deardorff. Thomas, Michael and David Dickerson, dear son of Juanita Dickerson. our dear father-in-law, grandfather, brother, brother-in-law, uncle and friend. Retired Postal Supervisor and member of Postal Supervisors Branch No. 131. Services Wed.. 10 a.m., March 29. at KRIEGSHAUSER'S WEST, "a GUARDIAN PLAN SM Chapel", 9450 Olive Blvd. Interment Sacred Heart Cemetery. Visitation Tues.. 2 to 9 p.m. Contributions to Leukemia Society, suggested. w DONNELLY, EDWARD T., fortified with the Sac-S33 raments of Holy Mother Church on Sun., March 26, 1989, dear husband of Marge Reed Donnelly (nee Scott), father ol Richard Reed, brother of Jane (James) Dodd, James (Beverly) Donnelly, Patricia Robinson and the late Robert Donnelly, our dear grandfather, uncle, great-uncle, cousin and friend of many. Masses preferred or contributions to charity of choice. Memorial Mass 11 a.m.. Fn., March 31 at St. Patrick's Church, 8655 Olive Blvd. Interment services private. A KRIEGSHAUSER'S WEST Service. DUNHAM, JOSEPH ELRICH (RICK)March 27, 1989. Beloved father of Christine Dunham, dear brother of Aneva Jo Dunham, Jo Mink, Roberta Dunham, Rae Lynn Dunham, Frances Parr and John Eric Dunham, dear friend of Shelly Barry, dear brother-in-law, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend. Service at ORTMANN'S, 9222 Lackland, Overland, Wed., March 29, 1 1 a.m. Interment Oak Grove. Donations to American Heart Association appreciated. Visitation after 2 p.m. Tues. FARMER, MARY F., (nee Smith), Mon., March 27, 1989, beloved mother of Dan; Mike and Bob Farmer, dear daughter of Nanny Story, dear sister of Chromer Smith, dear sister-in-law of Connie Smith, dear mother-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother and aunt. Funeral Wed. March 29, 1 p.m. at BAUMANN COLONIAL Chapel, 2504 Woodson Rd.. Overland. Interment Oak Grove Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials are requested to the CO R P S. (121 S. Meramec. St. Louis, MO 63105). Visitation Tues. 5-9 p.m. FERGUSON, JEWELL I. (nee Jackson), Sun.. March 26, 1989, of St. Louis. Mo. Visitation Tues., after 3 p.m., and Funeral 1 p.m. Wed. at MERCER Funeral Home, Granite City, IL. Interment Jefferson parracks National Cemetery. Index ' Alberter, Cecil A. (Tapeworm) Barrett, Esther A. Barrows, Lyman Fuller Barry Barton, Cesaria Bergtholdt, Robert D. Berkbigler, Irma J. Birk, Dorothy Daniels Caronna, Frank Paul Colombo, Josephine L. Dalton, Timothy M. Dickerson, Clifford T. (Red) Donnelly, Edward T. Dunham, Joseph Elrich Rick) Farmer, Mary F. Ferguson, Jewell I. Fitzgerald, John Bernard II (Jack Gibbons, Ruby Smith Going, Loretta A. Hans, Beatrice Agnes Hays, John K. Sr. Healy, R. Mabel Hoffmann, Richard J. Hopper, Pauline Huber Humbrecht, Robert J. Kane, John J. Kennedy, William E. (Bud) Klamerus, Joseph B. Klauber, Sophia W. Kneib, Elmer L. Lee, Arthur J. Lloyd, OllieO. Muellerleile, Elvera 0. Patterson, Jake R. Petersen, Johanna E. Phipps, Rose M. Pluemer Reichert Reichert, Robert L. Remmler, Ruth V. Rosen, Harvey C. Rosenthal, George D. II Schumaker, Marie E. Siemer, Alma M. Siering, Gilbert F. Sister Ann Dolores Wilson, C.S.J. Stevens, Roberta I. Tautphaeus, Juanita H. Torno Welling, Louis H. Wilson, Robert Wolfshoefer, Emil Yanoschek, Anthony J. Zingsheim, Pierre F. (Pete) . ALBERTER, CECIL A. v (TAPEWORM) Fortified Bsa with the sacraments of 1 - Holy Mother Church, Sun., March 26, 1989. Beloved husband of the late Bernice M. Alberter (nee Szymanski), dear son of the late Aloysius and Ethel Alberter, dear brother of Clyde Schmidt, dear brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle, cousin and friend. Funeral Wed. March 29, 9:15 a.m. from GEBKEN-BEN2 Mortuary, 2842 Meramec St. to St. Raphael Church, 6047 Bishops Place, Affton for 10 a.m. Mass. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Alberter was a member of Disabled Veterans, retired member of Local 1345 District 9 Machinist Union. VISITATION TUES. 1:30 P.M. BARRETT, ESTHER A. (nee Dyr-off). March 26, 1989. Wife of the late Frank S. Barrett, dear mother and mother-in-law of Judith (Ray) Spasovich and Karen Strauser, dear grandmother of Dan and Tanya Spasovich, dear sister of Arthur and Erwin Dyroff, dear aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral from First Congregational Church, Dupo, III., Wed. March 29, 1:30 p.m. Burial Valhalla Gardens of Memory, Belleville, III. Visitation 2 p.m. till 9 p.m. Tues. and 8:30 a.m. to noon Wed. DASHNER Funeral Home, Dupo, III. BARROWS, LYMAN FULLER, at age 89, on Sat. March 25. 1989 at home, husband of June Mil-tenberger Barrows, father of Kimberly Lowndes of Charlotte, NC, Lysle Mockler of Dallas, TX and Valery McNally of Boulder, CO., brother of Mrs. Edwin MacEwen of Scotts Valley, CA., and the late Bronson Storrs Barrows and grandfather of 6. Memorial service Tues., March 28 at 1 1 a m. at Eliot Chapel Unitarian Church, Taylor and Argonne Avenues, KirVwood, Mr. Barrows was a long time Banner in the firm of Daniel & enry Insurance Brokers and a Past President of the Webster Groves School Board. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to St. Joseph Hospital Hospice Program, 533 Couch Ave., Kirk-wood. 63122. Arrangements by BOPP CHAPEL. BARRY See Dunham BARTON, CESARIA (nee De-Lara). Age 91. on March 27, 1989. Beloved wife of the late H.L. Barton Sr., beloved mother ol Homer Jr., Jim Barton and Betty Weiner, our dear grandmother, dear-great-grandmother and dear mother-in-law of Irma Barton and Earl L. Weiner. Service Wed. 10 a.m. at the ALEXANDER & Sons, Guardian Plan SM Chapel, 11101 St.. Charles Rk. Rd. at Lindbergh. Interment Mt. Lebanon Cemetery. Visitation 4 to 9 p.m. Tues. BERGTHOLOT, ROBERT D., March 26. 1989. fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, dear husbano of Emerita R. (nee Baechle) Bergtholdt, dear father of Daniel, Stephen, Robert (R D ), Janet and Dawn Bergtholdt, Major Susan Dillard and Patricia Gadell, our dear grandfather, brother, brother-in-law, uncle and cousin. Funeral Wed.. March 29, 9:45 a.m. Irom BASLER Funeral Home, Ste. Genevieve to Church of Ste. Genevieve for Mass celebrated at 10 a.m. Interment Valle Spring Cemetery. Visitation 1 p.m. Tues. cisco and Daniel R. Bergtholdt and Robert D. Bergtholdt, both of St. Louis; four daughters, Maj. Susan J. Dillard and Dawn W. Bergtholdt, both of Warner Robins, Ga., and Patricia A. Gadell and Janet R. Bergtholdt, both of St Louis; and 10 grandchildren. G.F. Siering Service A funeral for Gilbert F. Siering, former personnel director of the Post-Dispatch, will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at John L. Ziegenhein & Sons Funeral Home, 7027 Gravois Avenue In south St. Louis. Burial will follow in Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. An obituary in some editions Monday said no funeralnwould be held. ..A funeral Mass for Robert D. Bergtholdt, a retired salesman with 'Pratt & Lambert Inc., a paint company in Brentwood, will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Ste. Genevieve Catholic Church in Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Burial will be in Valley Spring Cemetery in Ste. Genevieve. Mr. Bergtholdt of St Louis County, died Sunday of cancer at St John's Mercy Medical Center in Creve Coeur. He was 59. He worked for Pratt & Lambert for 40 years, beginning as a warehouse foreman. After a few years, he became a salesman and remained in sales until he retired in August. Surviving are his wife, Emerita Bergtholdt of St. Louis County; three sons, Steven J. Bergtholdt of San Fran Officer Fires Tear Gas At Gas Customers Agency of Nigeria said Monday. The unidentified officer managed to fill his motorcycle but then was assailed by angry motorists, many of whom had lined up for hours. The officer had to be rescued by soldiers. 1989, Reuters News Service MAKURDI, Nigeria A Nigerian police officer jumped a line for gasoline by firing tear gas at waiting motorists at a service station, the News This symbol represents St. Louis Family owned and operated firms. KUTIS FUNERAL HOMES 10151 Gravois 2906 Gravois 5255 Lemay Ferry Road BOPP FUNERAL CHAPEL 10610 Manchester Road BUCHHOLZ MORTUARIES, INC. 1645 Redman Road R19 St. Francois St. Vjl 5967 West Florissant Ave COLLIER'S FUNERAL HOME 10123 St. Charles Rock Road LUPTON CHAPEL, INC. 7233 Delmar Blvd. SCHRADER FUNERAL HOME 14960 Manchester Rd. at Holloway JAY B. SMITH FUNERAL HOME 7456 Manchester SCHUMACHER-SMITH 3013 Meramec LOUIS SAINT LOUIS GERBER CHAPEL 23 W. 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