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ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH Thurs., November 15, 1979 73 Board Suspends License Of St. Louis Architect vital statistics By J. Pulitzer Pot-DIpatch Jefferson City Bureau JEFFERSON CITY A state board has suspended the license of St. Louis architect Paul J. Hurley for his part in seeking state contracts from Richard J. Rabbitt, the former Missouri House speaker who was convicted in 1977 of fraud and extortion. But the Missouri Board of Architects, Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors decided against suspending the license of Laurent J. Torno Jr., another architect associated with Hurley. Torno was put on probation for two years, said board Chairman Paul R. Munger of Rolla, Mo. Hurley's license was suspended for one year following a hearing Monday in St. Louis, Munger said. The suspension will be followed by four years of probation. Hurley was a member of the architectural firm of Berger Field Hurley Planners and Architects Inc. He testified in U.S. District Court under immunity from prosecution that the firm had paid 10 percent kickbacks to Rabbitt on state design contracts. The board in March suspended the license of the firm's principal member, Charles T. Berger, for one year, and ordered four years' probation. William A. Field, Berger's partner, will lose his license to practice architecture for six months when Berger's license is restored, Munger said. Field also will be on probation for 4Ji years. The state board had filed complaints against the four after their testimony in federal court helped convict Rabbitt in 1977. The complaints were first heard by an administrative hearing commissioner, who upheld them. The four then had the opportunity to present evidence at disciplinary hearings. The board decided Torno's involvement was "somewhat different," Munger said. "As I understand it, Torno did not seek immunity from prosecution, and while he knew what was going on, he had tried twice to disassociate himself from the firm, and finally did succeed in extricating himself from the situation." The four were charged under a Missouri law allowing the board to ' revoke licenses for unprofessional or dishonorable conduct. Munger said the law defines dishonorable conduct as including "obtaining or attempting to obtain or competing for architectural work or projects by paying or donating money or other things of value therefore, including the rendering of free architectural services." The board also filed a complaint against Berger's firm, and obtained an order removing the practice of architecture from its name and articles of incorporation, Munger said. The firm is now known as Berger Field Inc. Munger said its members could practice architecture individually. Rabbitt was sentenced to four years in prison on the extortion and fraud charges, and began serving the term in March in the federal minimum security institution at Lexington, Ky. Wife's Pot Plants Cost Officer His Job LOS ANGELES (UPI) An eight-year police veteran who refused to destroy his wife's 21 marijuana plants for fear it would hurt his marriage has been fired from the Los Angeles police force. Police Chief Daryl Gates fired officer David Sattler Wednesday after a departmental Board of Rights found him guilty of cultivating and possessing marijuana in his Anaheim home. Sattler told Anaheim police he had tried to get his wife to stop growing the marijuana, but was unwilling to throw the plants away because "it might jeopardize my marriage." BURIAL PERMITS Abroms. H. F., w, 3 Covington Althoff. E. E., It 3060 Sontlogo Borbera A. L 82, 112)0 Elrath Barnard, G. C, II, 1702 Santa Bella Bergmon, A., 93, 315 Baker Baellenl, M. H., 72, 2138 Wengler Castlllan. L. 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