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300 General News SILOUIS POST-DISPATCH Fri., Nov. 2,1984 No Serious Side Effects From Sweetener Found ATLANTA (AP) The federal Centers for Disease Control said Thursday that it had found no evidence of "serious,, widespread" side effects from aspartame, the low-calorie sweetener known as "NutraSweet" and used in many diet soft drinks. At the request of the Food and Drug Administration, the center evaluated 592 complaints of side effects from aspartame users, ranging from headaches to gastrointestinal disorders and rashes. The federal health agency conceded that it was unlikely that interviews with, people who had complained about aspartame could prove or disprove any cause-and--effect relationship between the sweetener and illnesses. Only blind clinical tests could do that, scientists said. But the study found no consistent pattern in either the complainers or their symptoms. The agency did find that "certain individuals" may "have an unusual sensitivity to the product" The data indicated no "evidence of serious, widespread, adverse health, consequences" from the sweetener, the center concluded. Most of the complaints 67 percent were "neurological (or) behavioral symptoms," including headaches, dizziness and mood changes, the CDC reported. Twenty-four percent were gastrointestinal symptoms, 15 percent were allergic-style reactions and 6 percent were Propane Blast Injures 5 Workers At Kansas City Railroad Building KANSAS CITY (AP) Five workers were injured four of them critically when leaking propane ignited and blew up a building early Thursday in the Kansas City railyard. The explosion occured just minutes after midnight at the old Illinois British Autoworkers Walk Out On Jaguar 1 984, Reuters News Service . LONDON Workers at the British luxury automaker Jaguar walked out Thursday to back demands for. a larger slice of the company's growing profits, unions said. The 7,400 workers at Jaguar, which the government sold to private investors in August, are demanding a 20 percent increase this year. The present average weekly wage at Jaguar is $142. MS Musiul Instruments PEAVEY 1201 Mixer. 2 CS 400 power amps. 1 10 bond stereo EQ, road cose. 2. 11S International speakers. $200, Heath Real Time Analvier, $350 Yamano FG 33SE Guitar case $225 Boo, 839- 1991 GIBSON Les Paul Custom, Good shape with monv extras. $400 LAB Series, 212 amp woccessories, mint condition, $450 or both for $800 H-821-9355.W-694-7835. CASIOTONE Electronic keyboard. Model 403, walnut. 25 kev, 4 memory, 16 rvthms, still in carton, cost $499, sell $350, 432-5848; CB 700 5 pc drumset, incl 2 Pearl boom stands, 1 straight stand, Poiste and Zildlion cymbals, cases. $800 447-6330 atterj ELECTRA lead guitar, Anniversary Edition, hard shell case, brand new. $175. Conn double keyboard Organ, all leatures, $425. 991-1718. GUITAR FOR SALE, Gibson Marauder with amplifier, Peavev classic, will sell together, $450, 273-5576. Ask tor Steve. 9 PIECE Ludwig Drum Set: Sildgvn symbols, cases and hardware included Exc shape, must see. Call 1-217-229-3346, alters. ACOUSTIC GUITAR. Signa bv Martin, with hard shell case. $300, Call Michoelot 99106 19 or 394-2955, 8UNOY TRUMPET Very good cond Good tone Quality, Includes cose, $270 negotiable Call 842-6179 DRUM SET 7PIECE APOLLO, $250. . , CALL 781-6309. FOR SALE Fender Jazi Boss Guitar and Fender Bassman ten ampli-tier, $450 447-8921 FOR SALE VETOFLUTE, GOOD CONDITION, $100. CALL 868 9318. JUKEBOX antique, made in Btn-gen Rhin, Germany, Excellent cond SISO0 423-3123 call betore 1 pm KAWAIPlono,CE-7N Walnuttins.exe cond. $2500 227-4752 SALE-SIMMONS DRUM w, stands, flight case, and occes $1785 428-8600 McMURRAY 10201 Page SOHMER GRAND PIANO, Bench, retin & rebuilt Warr., delivery and funing,946-2483 $3500 TRUMPHET With FULL SET OF MUTES $150 961-9236 VIOLIN - STANDARD, FULL SIZE LIKENEW,$150 CALL 867-4681 YAMAHA 12 String Guitar FG230, IU cosiotone MT 35 electronic keyboard, new-in box $75 776-1755. 2 ALTO SAXOPHONES good cond, needs pads. $!25-$175. COIIBV4-6S6 '62 GIBSON ES, semi hollow body, thinline, sunburst, hard shell cast, good condition. $230 731 7867 888 Mujrcil Instrttments Pianos ind dream PRE GRAND OPENING CEIEBRATION Large selection of New&Used Pianos&Orgons Boiiwin - (Cowai Hammond Kohler - Stemwav - Lower v Wuilitzer -Guibransen- Yamaha Kimball 5TAUCE N S MUSIC HOUSE JT.PETERS 1279-1444 298 Mid Rivers Drive. ELLISVILLE 394-5050 13l2ClorksorCialor Center COME TO US LAST H vou woof a piOf0 or organ and won! to sov money, m have ow SO instryfTWfits to choo Irom: Kohief Pianos, Momiiood & T?ch-ntc Or pom, Cwise'e, Spinets, Studios, and Gronch weiltrtGtretijs any reasonable otter yVOdamsMuSK House I InrJbei rt Praia ihopoinff Center Fiorirt.Mo. 639-4400 NEW and USED PIANOS and ORGANS St. louis' largest Display JENK INS MUSIC COMPANY 210 W Clayton Rd. Boiiwin 394-4145 19 PIANOS NEW SPINETS $995. Used () $695- $895 OPEN SUNDAY Knabe Consoles, Solid Spruce Sound Board 12195- Now $1495. Others $II95-$1J95 Studios$!S99-$ll9S B wr man's P lano Warehouse ' JB Bridge, Rl 3 to 154. 316 College SPARTA.IL 1-6H-443-2912 USED SPINET PIANO SALE Story t C kx, Mahogany $ I09S Baldwin, Like new Onlv$157S Amoossodor. Walnut $1095 Wurlitier, Very met $995 Kimoall.Wolnut Only $995 IUDWIG AEOIIAN 1004 OLIVE 621-7201) TEMPLETON For sale tmmetfi-otelv. Fair condition No offers accepted less than $22,000 Best offer will be taken at $25,000 Less than WinU S Info SI34IJ0or 53-2495, ask for Gary, or leave met toae1 YAMAHA Por'ntue K evboords $6 95 up STAUFEN SMUSIC HOUSE ELLISVILLE 394-5050 13 12 C lark sonCiovtOn Center ST PETERS 1179-1444 298 Mid R ivers Drive 888 Musical Instnimcnts Pianos and Organs . WE 8UY PIANOS FOR CASH! JENK I NSMUSiC COMPANY CALL LFN 394-4545 BABY GRAND PIANO, must sell, $900 or best otter, call 727-2083 BABY Grand Piano, KNABE 53', perfectly maintained, walnut matching bench $2500,894-0332 BALDWIN ACROSONIC SPINET PIANO Excellent condition. Must see $1200 Call 965-2535 BALDWIN Babv Grand Piano, good condition, dark walnut color, $2750 Coll 355-3655. FINEST PIANOS & ORGANS CHFAPEST. TERMS D&K 3108 CHEROKEE, 535-2524,772-5818 GULBRANSEN Antigue Piano for sale, $500, call 391-1986 HAMMOND ORGAN, double keyboard, pedals & rhythm, $675 or best otler,Coll6l8-931-7553 many tabs and soundv $3995 firm, 4o-uvw ORGAN-BALDWIN Trovura. Model 123, 1982 like new, $1000 or best olfer,44 1-5434 ORGAN $400. Console stereo $200. 225-7569 PIANO-BEAUTIFUL GRAND WITHBENCH. CALL 225-6870. PIANO-STORY 4 CLARK console with bench, pecan wood, like new, 638-2592 STANFORO Upright Piano: exc. cond.. $250. Call (618) 466-3411 ext. 33loralter5PM. 16181656-6687. WEISERPIANO Good cond. $500. 776-7056 WURLITZER ORGAN with bench, pecan fin. 3 kvbds, Leslie speaker. Chimes, exc cond , $2000, 1- 583-4173 WURLITZER ORGAN, GOOD CONDITION, 2 YEARS OLD, ASK ING $1000. 385-8296 before 3pm 891 Books I Periodicals THIRD ANNUAL USED BOOK FAIR At The College School of Webster Groves, Nov. 9-11. Authors Festivol-Nov 9 (7-10 pm) featuring local authors signing their new books. Over 10.000 used books, records and magazines. Admission-$2 00 tor adults (Friday Only), Children Free. Fret admission Sat. & Sun. Hours; Nov. 9, 3- 10pm. Nov. 10,10 am-5pm, Nov 11, Noon-4pm Located at 426 Page, oft Newport Ave neor corner of Laclede Station Rd and Big Bend Blvd. 962-935S BRITTAINICA ENCYCLOPEDIAS, $250 Junior set, $75, Both good condition. Call 645 7831. ENCLYCLOPEOIABRITANNICA Macropoedia Hordlvtverused. $150 434-5397 894 Tors and Trains ALWAYS PAYING TOP CASH PRICESFOR ANTIQUE TRAINS. COLLECTOR, 878 3082 CALECO Cabbage Patch Doll $60 29 ) 953) 896 Phot Equipmetit, Supplies CITY PHOTO SfOCKHOUSE Foil Professional Product Show Oct 26th thru Nov 3 Schedule of events Fri Sat Oct. 26 4 27 Leica Demo IJimKuehl Sun Oct ASMPCltv Photo-Photo Assistants Workshop (call tor details) Mon Oct 29 Stroblox (R ich Acker-mon) :HassebladlJlmRitter) : Kodak P. ofess onaf (Lynn Warren) Tues Oct. Bromca GMI (Bill Andrews) :ComelFiosh (John Harris) 'Hosselrod(Jirr . Ritler) Pentax Medium Formal (Bob Berker)Stnrti':x(RicriA kerman Wed Oct 31 Bronico. GMI ( Bill Andrews) : Comet F lash ( John Harris) .Mamivo.'TimRilev) . Red Elf Washers (Casevl Nancy) :Roliei (TimRitevI Thur. Nov. 1: Full Professional ( Ken Burgess) :Mamiya ( TimRiiev) Matrix ( Peter Brodshow) : Profolo F lash ( Peter Brodshow) : Red E If Woshers ( Casey t, Nancy) :Roiiei(TimRiiev) FriSof. Nov 2-3: Bogen (Gary tricksoni :Jobo(Doug8ergfeld1 Linhof (Bob Solomon) : Profoto (Peter Brodshow) : Matrix ( Peter Brodshow) SHOW SPECIALS ' MATRIX: WS an Consent editors ordered during show PROFOTO: hA OFF on oil ProfotO mrull W 84 FUJI: Vocation travel sdkkH on GS645 TAP: Sgtclaf on certain top atbum products KODAK Free K) sheet Pkg. of PotY-tiber lorhelirsl ISO people. For furfhtr Information contort Otv Photo StOCkboust 314 77t Mi women reporting changes in their menstrual cycles. - If the symptoms had all been similar, there might have been more cause for worry, said Dr. Frederick Trowbridge, director of the center's nutrition division. "Had there been very clear-cut symptoms, it would have raised more concern that there was a recognizable pattern associated with aspartame," he said. "That would not have been conclusive, but it would have been more suggestive." Since the study depended on people who had reported their own symptoms in the first place, the center could not determine whether their Illnesses were real or imagined. Dr. Trowbridge said. But he noted that the symptoms ' headache, fatigue and the like were "generally of a mild nature" and "mostly the kinds of things that happen to people every day." "It's very difficult to say whether the symptom might not have occurred anyway," he said. The FDA performed clinical tests on the sweetener before it licensed aspartame in July 1 983, Dr. Trowbridge said. Consumer groups citing users' complaints have demanded a ban on aspartame, pending more tests and public hearings on its safety. The FDA, soft drink companies and NutraSweet's maker, CD. Searle and Co., have maintained that it is safe. Central Gulf Railroad "line shack," a building used by railroad crews during rest stops, said Harold Knabe, a spokesman for the Kansas City Fire Department. The explosion all but ripped one side off the metal frame building, and contents of the building were strewn on the nearby tracks, said Knabe. He called the building a total loss. Knabe said investigators had found . that propane, which was used to heat the building, had been leaking into the sewer system and had entered the building through a drain in the shower. The gas was ignited by a worker lighting a cigarette, he said. Three of the injured were crew members who had stopped by the building to pick up their destination orders; the other two were clerks. Three of the four victims had severe burns over about 40 percent of their bodies. 896 Photo Equipment, Supplies ST L0UISPH0T0 ABSOLUTELY THIS AREA'S LARGEST DEALER OF USED EQUIPMENT. We buv. sell, swap cameras, lenses ft proitctors. Speciol orders ft repairs always welcome. Free90-davlavawavon any purchase ST. LOUIS PHOTO 3456LINDELL 535-6040 or Irom IL 1-8OO-325-6170 CF MARTIN VINTAGE Guitar 1954, $350 or best offer. 832-4522 MAMIYA RB-67 oro-s, 90 mm. lens, 120 back, grip, filter, like new, $600 869-0172 MIMIARB67 system. L Ike new, great eguipmtnt. $1000832-4522 NIKON FE, black body, motor drive, Nikon 35 mm, F2 automatic lens,mint.$37Slirm.Coll878-4028. 898 Stamps and Coins NATIONAL SILVER DOLLAR CONVENTION with maior coin auction. Nov. HI, 1984, at Cervantes Convention Center. For ln-formotion,call 1-918-455-4985. Paving fair prices for coin collections. Gold, silver, paper money. Free appraisal. 20th Century Coins, ,230 MayfairPlaia 355-1123 ALWAYS PAYING TOP CASH PR ICE S FOR ALL STAMP ft COI N COLLECTIONS..731-0875. 524-6565 MARTINCOINS&STAMPS 5LOCATIONS BUY-SELL-TRADE STAMP ACCUMULATIONS ft COINS URGENTLY NEEDED' Top Price Paid! 72l-)083or 569-1339 8 COIN Kennedy Silver Halt Dollar collection with case, $150, also .999 Silver coins, $25 eo 355-6528. 899 lewelnDiamonds R01EX AND PIAGET ALL STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM Replica watches. Great Christmas gifts, starting as low 1125 Call 842-7441 anytime. A-l JEWELRYBUYERS Diamonds, Old Gold, Unwanted Jewelry. KUNZELMAN BROS. 315 N 9th. Room 209-C, 241-9562 IMMEDIATE CASH PAID FOR DIAMONDS AND E STATES lORDO'S DIAMONDS 705OLIVE-2NDFLOOR 241-8008 25 CARAT Solitoire Diamond, emerald cut, opproised $13,000 will sacrifice. It intereseted write: P. O. box joii, 51 inorles,MO63302 JEWELRY FOR SALE Masonic Ring, Scottish Rite. Also pearls. Coll 842-1941. ROLEX Mens gold ft stainless. $1500 firm. Call Brod 464-5225 ROLEX MEN S STAINLESS 5TEEL WRIST WATCH, 2 years old, excel cond $603 838-7522. WANTED: Used Rolex President wrist wotch. 18 k NO REPLICAS. 776-4267 or 822-3)17 900-ntintes DEPRESSION GLASS SHOW AND SALE Bv Gateway Depressionetrs Gloss Club. Featuring Fostoru, Heisev, Cambridge, etc Beautiful American glassware from the-Depression E ro, Stegton s Convention Center Sth St at 1-70 SI Charles Sat Nov 3rd. Sun Nov 4th. ll:om-S-pm. ll:om-5:pm. Glass repair available. Donation SI 50 SPIRITOFST LOUISDOLL CLUB PRESENTS6TH ANNUAL DOUSHOW&SAIE hint-iiV Arii Untnr iM 1.500 S 5th St St CharltsMo. FRI, NOV 12PM-9PM; (.AT NOV 1 HUUJBU Admission $150 Children 1 50 BRAUN ANTIQUES M.it5ri iytniiDn Beautiful vlertinn rU ui'iru , tlgue ft estdte pieces 2 floors of furniture, paintings, oritntoiv fine porcelain ft cut gloss Braun An- itgues, lUJULiovTonHayvi-lyB ANTIQUE ft FURNITURE SALE Hoosier Cab $65. Corner Cab 14. Maple Table ft Chair Set $75. Desk $45i Coffee Table $15, Old Hallseot $55. Baseball Cards: Pictures; Crystal ft Glass; Rugs; Brass Items; Lamps CFF.6015N LINOBERGH OAK REPRODUCTIONS CU5TOM FINISHING R nund Oak ft Harvest Tables Choirs, Hutches. Dry Sinks, Chinas THE OAK FURNITURE CO. 301 East Broadway, Alton, IL 618465-1)95, Open Tues.-Sun. BRASS BEDS 1200 TO $600 Over SO BEDS TO CHOOSE FROM Steve s Antiaues-323 E Broadway ALTON.IL 618465-7407 ANTIQUE SHOW SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4 t.3v400pm Freeadmission MACHINIST SHALL 12365 St ChorlesRockRd. CHRISTMAS is lust around the Corner. Come to Windsor Antiouet Consignment Shop and find that wmout git I for a spec lol low pr ict. Ill-mi r n"."" -i ts. - L- "" -: "a J"'V" Family and friends of Taunia Pearson and Ray Barns help clean destroyed by a tornado Wednesday night outside Carbondale, up . the remains of the couple's mobile home, which was Kan. Two people who lived nearby were killed. 3 More Bodies Found In Twister's Aftermath CARBONDALE, Kan. (AP) Authorities searching through tornado-strewn debris on Thursday found the bodies of three members of a Topeka engineering firm near the wreckage of a plane that crashed during the storm, a sheriff said. The twister raked a trailer park in Carbondale late Wednesday, killing a man and a woman in two trailers, said Osage County Sheriff Robert Masters. Federal investigators were probing the plane crash Thursday to determine what caused the accident, but Masters said the twister caused the crash. "I feel there's no doubt in my mind 'Mishaps' At Nuclear Plants 5,060 In 1983, Group Says WASHINGTON (UPI) - More than 5,000 instances' of "mishaps" at U.S. nuclear power plants were reported last year, a public interest group said Thursday. The group also said that more workers were exposed to more radiation, and that reactors generated electricity just 56 percent of the time. Of the 5,060 incidents, 247 were considered "particularly significant" 900 Antiques OPEN Wed.-Thurs-Frl-Sot ft Sun. 10-6. TOOTIES WAREHOUSE OF ANTIQUES. 5475 Helen-Jennings, 3 blks ofl Hwv 70. 2 Ig llrs of antique turn., glassware ft clocks. 385 7377 ESTATE SALE. Sat ft Sun., Nov. 3 n lu ri - j rnn umy, ihimijuv enu tables etc., cash only, 8639 Villa vi'.-ai ui., v.rgsiwuuu, imp. VERY OLD HUMMELS, Dolls, Teddies, Related Items, Flow Blue, Jewelry. See Irene-Creve Coeur Show, November 4 ANTIQUE BUTCHER BLOCK 30 In. souare, very heavy, $375, 394- 217. ANTIQUE 1909 White iron double bed, original springs, fully restored. 8275 negotiable 638-8966. ART DECO DRESSER 4 ft. round mirror, for sale, $250, 385- 3772. BEAUTIFUL Dining rm. set, i chairs, table, leaves, pads ft buffet. mint cond , $I200Qlter 394-1613. DESK, oak, $700, desk chair $100; round oak pedestal codec table $300, call 837-8389 FOREST GREEN Depression Glass. 220-pcs. $480.821-3194 JUKEBOX antigue, made In Bin- gen Rhin, Germany, Excellent cond $1500 423-3)23 coll before 1 pm KNOCKDOWN WARDROBE-$300. Iron bed wbrass-$250. Oak kitchen. table-$l25. 869-6126 or 741-7190. MAHOGANY BUFFET with mirrored back, excellent con anion siuoo. 88-8149 MAHOGANY Dining Set, table, leaf, 6 chairs, butfett, china cobinei goodcond.,$l500 947-1468 7 MOVIE RELATED Print Block Cuts Estate Antiques. 218 W. Main St. Belleville, IL. 618-233-5501 MURHPY BEDS $50 Call 367-1776 otter 5:pm. Polished Brdss Lamps $150, Viclo-rolo $195, Pitcher ft bowl sets $75, doll buggy szuo, clock $10838-6572 STICKLEY Din Rm Set, drop leaf toble w2 leafs, buffet wooen hutch, i luiiu, lOTj jo- ijy , m-r 13 T BIRD 65. 2 dr. hardtop, as is. partially restored, good investment, serious calls only $1495, 544-3525. WICKER BASSINET, $250. Wicker Chase lounge $350. Doys 947 0771 12 Ft. Cnurch Pew $200; dinina set. 6 chairs, 3 leaves, toble, bullet, 1500; Formers scole$150, Call 872-8915, ALEXANDER DOLLS-SEE DON AT NOAH S ARK SHOW, Fri. ft Sat. BUYING Furs, old coats, stoles and tails. Coll of Da m., 725-2468 LOTS OF ANTIQUES TO SELL, rapies. nurcnes etc. 5xr-ZJ4jf. 901 Antiques Wanted TIN ROOF 647-1049 ESTATES OR) PIECE Antique Furn., Dolls, Tow Etc. ANTIQUES & ORIENTAL RUGS WANTED- CALL 821-8597 ENTIRE ESTATESBOUGHT 96tV0244 965-3966 TOP or k paid for tntire estates, Or one piece oi Ljrniture 458-3679. 902-ArtftCe.lectibtes THE NEW WORLD of Baseball Cards, 3187 Lemav Ferry Rd. Hours-Tues.-Frl, !)am--9pm. Sat 9to 5. Phont 894-8069 ORIGINAL BARBIE DOLLS exc cond case ft lots of clothes OCCesS SI6UI LOII 1-583-3660tt 5 PnCTDAIT A.l Diint,M JI....I. Obleoor,restourant,etc. 726-1594 905 Auctions PUBLIC AUCTION! BIG SPECIAL SALE FRI.ftSAT, NOV 2&3 FROM 7PM TIL MIDNIGHT 270) N HWY 94, ST CHARLES. MO Entire Household. Very Fine Furniture Washer. Drvtr, Built-in Electric Stove, Microwave. New ft Used Bedroom Sets. Extra Fine Dining-room Set, Other Sets Sofas Chairs. Recliners. Everything tor tht nomt. Pots, Pans, Bric-o-brac. Lamps Some Antiaim ft Primitives. Moving out ot town consignors selling households New ft Used Merchandise of all kinds. Also large lot of new good toots. COCKRUM AUCTION 965-3964 946-75)1 9664244 WHAI LAN Wc SELL FOR YOU? STATE AUCTION, Sol , Nov 3, 1984, 10 a m Items to be auction to highest bidder regardless of priceot 3J SW Main St. Bonne Terre, MO. Take Hwv 67 south, opprox 62 ml to Bonne Terre Authentic museum Oualitv ontiaiie ladles and men s wearing apparel dating from Civil War era thru tVWs. oil In mint condition. Plus other estate items. Including I owner nao Chevrolet lmpolo.V6eogine 3I4-756-7M9 ANTIQUE AUCTION Monday, November 5th. 7 pm shorp. Tht Morktt Place Flea Market 1 55 to 141 to North Outer Rood 296-177). CHRISTMAS AUCTION Lots of new toys Tht Market Place Flea Market Every Monday ft Thursday Night 7 p m Shorp 155 to 141 to North Outer Rood 296-1771 FOR INDUSTRIAL-COMMERCIAL AUCTIONS GET BEST RESULTS- CALL BRITTON AUCTION SALES 567-5636 MICRO COMPUTER Sale I Auction NOV llth RAMADA INN. Westport.CISS. 4)3-1361. u ti 905 Auctions WANTED: MICRO COMPUTERS TOAUCTION 432-1361 909-Etate Sales AN ESTATE SALE SAT. SUN NOV. 3 & 4, 9 to 4 RAIN OR SHINE 4963 ARSENAL. O Bloc West Of Kingshiohwav) 80 YEAR ACCUMULATION Antiques & Household Items Desianer Old Clothina & Furs 1 set 125 pieces of Daisy No. 620 depression glass. Also Roval R ubv, Moonstone, Raindrops, American Sweetheart depression glass, 1 set 1665 Papier-Moche tilt top table & 2 chairs hand painted with Mother Of Pearl inlay, oak serpentine chest ot drawers, 6 beautiful oak chairs, fine oval oak mirror and many assorted pieces ot furniture. Many dolls, old cedar chests, 100s ot advertising Items, guilts, V P., Occupied Japan, and many hundreds of decorative pieces. 1000$ of household items, hand tools, kitchen tools, power tools, yard tools, 1000s of sewing Items. Salt & pepper collection, rail' road items, many fine hand crochet rugs decorative pieces. Everythingmustgo! GALERIE SALES 16BelleriveBlvd Sat -Sun 9-3 Nov 3& 4 AND Nov. 17 ft IS SPECTACULAR SALE! UNBE-LIEVEABLE CONTENT! Over 10.000 Items. Limoges, Lots ot Cut Crvstat, Bisaue, Oriental Decorative Arts including Bronze ft Porcelain, Chinese Marble Topped Urn Stand, Art Glass Lamp, 4 pc. Victo-rion Parlor Ensemble, Massive Oak Jacobean Style Dining Ensemble, Victorian Slant Front Secretary Bookcase, Victorian Bedroom Ensemble, Collector's Plates, Rockwells, Clocks, Linens. Quilts, 100 vrs. Accumulation. Also, 195 1 Dodge Coronet, 4 Dr., Fluid Drive, All Mechanical Systems ft Engine Rebuilt, 4xxx, Orio. Interior, Garaged, New Tires. Two Session Sole East ot 5600 S. Grand on Betlenve TERMS: Cosh-check-MC-Visa-Am. Exp. ANOTHER SENSATIONAL SALE 493ILINDELL (Chase Apts. east of Chase Hotel) Beautiful traditional loose cushioned sofa auiited fabric, excellent condition. Lovely chairs ft loveseat. Custom made draperies, laroe se lection of tine prints ft lithographs. Empire style marble top console ond occassional tables. Round glass too table ond4choirs. Charm ing pointed armoire, good for girl's or guest room. Corner unit with springs ft mattress. Mirrors, decorative lamps. Fern Stands, fine accessories. Color TV. GE SirJe-Ov- Side Refrigerator Freezer with Icemaker ft dispenser. Quality merchandise, must sell. SAT ft SUN 730-4 JAM INCHARGE HAllMARK ESTATE BYMARILYN ' 1771 DOUGHERTY FERRY RD. KIRKWOOD NOVEMBER 3RD ft4TH Antiques Bachelors Chest. 1 Walnut Dropleaf Tables. Pie Safe Clois-sone Champleve. Jewelry. Brass. Oriental Rug Empire Chest Ogee Mirror. Orientol Chest Post Office Boies. Iron Stoves (1 from a Co- boose) Leather Couch. Occassional Chairs. Wooden File Cabinet. Art Obiecfs. 20 s Dresser. Washer. Dryer. Refrigerator. Dor Room Eouiprnent. Dehumidifier. John Deere Riding Mower. Tools 9T04 NUMBERS PARK ON DOUGHERTY FERRY. HAM SAT ft SUN NOVEMBER 3ft4 U. CITY SALE 5PRINCETON PLACE UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS Family moved East. Large house full. Including brass, china glass, ejftery, books, Franciscan 70 pc. esert Rose, mirrors, collectibles, fainting couch, kitchen, etc, much, much miscellaneous. (1 block north on Yole oft Oelmor lust west of Big Bend, then 'A block east otf Yale) Say UCIIQ To A Good Buy 3 lines, 3 days, $9 For details, call 621-6666 Post-Dispatch Classified . vv;.vv . that it was tornado-related," he said. "Even the coroner's report put the time of death at 6:18 p.m. That's approximately the time the tornado hit." The sheriff's office identified the victims as Doug Wallace, 40, Bob Miller, 57, and John Burge, 22, all of Topeka. Dave Martinson, a Federal Aviation Administration air traffic controller at Topeka, said the agency had yet to determine which of the three victims was the pilot. Masters and another FAA controller at Topeka, Wes Phillips, by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, said officials of Public Citizen's Critical Mass Energy Project. The group was founded by consumer activist Ralph Nader. Public Citizen said "particularly significant mishaps" were troubling safety problems that had been singled out by the NRC itself for particular concern. The group made public a 79-page 905-EsUte Sales HERITAGE II Baker Country Style 8 Pc. Dining Set. Baker Sofa, Boys 8 Pc. Oak Bedroom. Walnut Jenny Und Davbed. Curio Cabinet. Marble Top Coffee Table. Other Sofas, Tables, Lamps. Set of Franciscan Desert Rose Cut Glass. Jewelry. B 8 G 69 Mother's Day Plate. Many Games, Puzzles, Tovs. Athletic eguipment Including used childs hockey uniform wpads, Atari & Cartridges. Olivetti Electric Typewriter, Refrigerator, Freezer, Much More. 5 BROOK MILL LANE Off Old Woods Mill between Clayton Road & Ml. NUMBER SYSTEM AT6: 30 SAT. GREAT ESTATE SALE, Must dispose of many treasures accumulated over the years, nnitques including pie safe, hoosier cabinet, wash stand, Victorian dresser & bed, old tovs, dolls, doll houses, vintage clothes, Nail sword, old tigurol Christmas ornoments, railroad items, primitives, basekts, china, glassware ond much more. This is the sale vou don't want to miss. Sat. & Sun. Nov. 3rd & 4th, 8:30 to 4 Dm, 8446 Page Blvd., East of Innerbelt. K & M SALES , SUNONIY- 9 A.M. Oak bdrm set, round oak table w chairs, ook Hoosier cabinet, oak wash stand, antigue china cabinet, wainut wardrobe, dm. rm. set circa 1930, parlor stove, Iron bed, scales, ac, ro to-tiller, lawnmower, tools. Farm estate contorting many farm toolsand primitives. 6B23 Weber Rd, 9 TO 4 SAT. & SUN. ENTIRE CONTENTS! 9929 Reavis Rd., Af-fton. 9-Pc. mahogany dining rm. set wbeautiful inlay sideboard, Chippendale sofa assorted mahog tables, Victor ian love-seat w2 matching chrs., 3 bdrms., many old' vintage loce & linen items, silver, lots of old tewelry, trunks, books, sewing machines, music cabinets, ringer washer, Ironrtte iron, 100s of collectible china &glosspieces. MIDAS TOUCH Estate Sale 26$NewBaltwinRd. Sot,ov 3 & Sun. Nov, 4 9 to 4. Ladies maoie writing desk, mahog-ony corner toble, 3 kitchen sets, washer, dryer, lamps, much bric-o-broc riding lawn mower, chrystal, tots more, too much to list, ESTATE SALE SAT. AND SUN , NOV I 4, 9 om-5 pm, entire contents, piano, Gibson guitar, old guilts, 89 piece occupied Japan Noritoke china beer signs and memorabilia cuckoo clocks, oopls., furn, and glassware, 9S6S GENERAL LEE, Southwoods subdivision, off lllODGRAVOIS. MOVING ESTATE SALE Two bedroom sets one 1930 style I29S, guns wtuts, lamps, tobies, china cabinet, pictures, collectable dishes, ontiques. tndiom H-M rugs, TV, some for yard, antique violin, much more Must sell all Sot , Sun. Oct 3-4 9om-4pm, 14823 Dorr one t LnBndgeton RamorSriine! LOCK, STOCK AND SALES Lots of collectibles, some furniture Sat. & Sun 9 to 3. 4708 Wilshusen, oft Murdoch near Laclede Sta. Rd. No s given! ESTATE SALE $at,8am-4pm 1203 Wilmington 1116 AMHERST, U.City Sua, all must go 10-2 910 Garage Sales E SUEDE, LEAIHER & FUR UNCLAIMED GARMENTS ASLOWAS$9.95 OVER WOLtKE NEWGARMENTS T FRACTION Or RcTAILLUaT SAT. NOV. 3RD. 9AM-5:00PM RAM LEATHER CARE 840! MANCHESTER 962-1152 INCASE Or RAIN SALE WILLi E HELD INjICE KIRKWOOD SALE SAT & SUN 9T04 414 N GEYERROAO BETWEEN ADAMS & ESSEX Orwntot Rust. Primitives. Hlsy Old Glassware. Old Suoor Icing Christmas Ornorrwnts. Small Ot Curst Walnut ChMt 4 Mirror 4 Poller Twin Bed. Linens. Roclrer Smoll Mahogany Buffet. Kitchen Misc. Choirs & Country Wainut Tame Refrigerator Garden I, hand fools. 2 New Tires P HN- 75B 14. IT 5 THE BERRY J NORMA. 442-3240 t "l V ,..y 77 1A1 910 Garage Sales RESELt-IT SALE B S K.I. Congregation, 1107 Linden 13 blocks south at 7800 Clayton Rd ), Sun. & Alton., Nov. 4 , 5, 8 30-4. A great selection ol carpet remnants. racusano racKsol doming. WASHERQryer, relnoerator, furniture and misc. household, also 74 Oldsmobile 98, mint cond. New room size carpet remnants, new custom mnae area rugs, Nikon PA Camera outfit Everything must be sold. 2382 Villager Pork Ct, 434-4183 Garage Sale: Sat. Nov. 3, 9-5 p m.; Brass bed, oil lamps, other antiques and collectibles, met. African & Indian items. 472 E. Monroe- Kir-kwood Ubiocks E. ol Liodbergh. BIG GARAGE SALE. Sat.. Nov" 3,8-12, Sun., Nov. 4, 8-4. Everything from A-Z. 4572 Davison. North of I-70 between Riverviewft. Union. GARAGE SALE - Sat, 113, 10-4. Dishes, clothes, lamps. Minolta XG-7 camera 8. accessories, Navy pit group 7457KINGSBURY.863-0389. APT. SALE: Moving - everything must go Lamps, tables, T V., misc. Colt 429-7434 CHRIST THE KING RUMMAGE SALE. 7316 Balson. FRI.Nov.2, 4-78, SAT.Nov.3, 8-2. Garage Sole-Nov. 3, 4172 Delmar 9-4, ladders, scatolds, mechanical contractors tools & other items. SAT, NOV 3, I TO II, BOOKS, TOYS, CLOTHING d MISC. 825 MIDLAND BLVD. . SUPER SALE, Nov. 3, 9am-3pm. Skis, fishing poles, books, TV, tovs, clothes, misc-)6030Meadpw Oak Or 911 Garage Salts-North H) Spd. bike, lawn mower, clothes, leweirv, plantsand misc. 200 Adams Ave. Ferguson. Sat Only, 8:30-5. 2 FAMILY SALE! turn., clothing, medical equipment, 10 IN table sow. Sat, 9 - 5, 29 Lake Pembroke 2180 JENKEE-HOUSEHOLD ITEMS, FURNITURE, CLOTH-ING SATURDAY. FLORISSANT 912 Carage Sales Northwest 6-FAMILY YARD SALE 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M. SAT.-NOV.3 12863CELBURNE BRIDGETON. MO. GARAGEBASEMENT SALE House hold collectibles, furniture. I258HAFFNERPL. (U City oil Olive St.) rom to 5:pm. SAT -SUN. - 913 Garage Sales-West 7430 WAYNE, U. City, 2 family, furniture, unusaul antiques, house hold items, books, records, some Christmas items. Sat 9-S:pm Sun 9-3:pm. CLAYTON MOVING SALE Sun KM 755 Parkdale, IE, lurnl-ture, household items, china, crvv tal Everything must go. Cashoniv MOVING SALE 1112 to 114. I03SA Grandview Place. Appls, good cond., turn & household goods, vlo- llaexcensebike 644-4075. SAT NOV 1.7 30-2. 1053 Roth, IBIk. N of Olive & Pennsylvania right turn on Etiel to Roth. Furniture, household items ond mucn more 4Clovcrest TowntCountry 113. Bom-noon. Elec organ, bumper pooltable, clothes, framed(unf- romed prints, bar stools, misc ANTIQUE turn., dishes, tools, hard-wore, misc. Fri, Sat, Sun. 9-4. 440Groeser. SAT. 1 SUN., HVo. Rain or Shine, antiques S. furniture, collectibles & useooies. m rearmon. vwigi SAT. 113.7 a.m. to 4 p m. 7728 Wild Plum Ln, oft North 1 South, U City. Inlonts wear, clothes, etc. TOYS, air conditioners, auto luggage carrier, 19" block & white T.V. Imore 425S.Gore.Sat.llf3, 9-4. WELLS Fargo desk, J550. SoloOed, numerous antiques & misc Sol., 1-4, 2434 Pheasant Run Or . 878-2304 914 fiarage Sales . Southwest MOVING SALE. Must sell lots 04 ttuftKlinetle, coffee toble. J end tobies, kings size box springs. Thurs ond Fri. Nov. 1 ond 1 1 30 -3:00 WSouthEdwordCt.,Eurekg S-FAMILY BSMT SALE Sal, Nov 3. 1 III 3, oil kinds of goodies 2031 Schaefter PI. 7 blocks east of McCouslond on Manchester SAT SUN. COFFEE TABLE, end tables. Clothes, like new, 4321 TAFT 915 Carafe Sa-es-Sth MOVING iALE FRI l SAT. NOV 2-3. 9om - 5om. CHICKERING GRAND PIANO. J500 PC DIN-INC PM SET,. S525. VANITY CHFIT NiGHTSTANDICIrca 1M). S2O0 MANY MISC! 91)4 LENfR DRIVE (Lake Shire Sjrvj' !X?NL GIANT SALE, Sat 9-5, Sun tt-2jm Large and smoll appliances, all sues Men s and Women s Clothing. Just South olHwy. 40. 1302 McCouslond 4454111 2 wicker bugavs. doiibeds. dolls, old peddle tire engine, pair of antiaue tiffany tamos, horse set that it signed, Seth Thomas clock, pair of green lusters, Call tor appt. 351-4281 MOVING SALE-4331A Show, ocross Irsm Shaw's Garden. Sat. Ill KM .Ml. Everything mutt go. A' l&S S 1 y-fs said they understood that the plane was en route to Topeka from Little Rock, Ark. Phillips said the pilot had filed no flight plan. The wreckage of the light plane was found about a quarter-mile from the Mineral Springs Trailer Court, where the tornado killed Norman E. DeForest, 44, and Edith K. Rogers, 39, and injured 10 other people Wednesday night. The trailer court's owner, Mildred Boyer, 79, said the twister had come out of nowhere. "It happened so quickly it would make your head swim," she said. "It got still. It got dead hot. It seemed like report compiled from NRC records, the group said. Michael Totten, director of Critical Mass, said: "The track record exposed by our report disproves the nuclear industry's claim that nuclear power provides reliable, safe and abundant electricity. Plant performance was riddled by 'personnel goofs' and utility mismanagement that resulted in a record number of NRC fines. Workers 915 Garage Sales-South Solesmans gilt samples, Xmas Items, household goods, Sat. only, 8412Mathilaa,Allton. YARD SALE: Sat. 113, 8am-3pm. 4037 Hawthorn, Imperial, Mo. Oft Hwy 21, Country Club Manor. 918 F lea Markets CHARITY FLEA MARKET, Sat., Nov. 3, 7 a m. 3 p.m., 7625 Page Blvd. Furn., soft serve ice cream machine, TV, household appls, clothing, toys, books, tools and more All proceeds donated to New Life Evangelistic Center, Rev. Larry Rtce, Director. Refreshments sotd. Will be held Indoors in the event of rain. 920 Clothing NEW TUX EDO SALE Black Tuxedos from $125 Black Tunedo pants from $35 White pleated shirts Irom $20 STALLONE'S 922 S. Brentwood 847 N. Hwv. 67 87 Progress Pkwv. 721-5750 921-2111 576-5900 Mouse Thrill a small child with this fairytale mouse dancer. She has a lovely net tutu, headpiece and ballet slippers. This charming mouse is 18-inches tall and a real ballet star. Pattern 450: tissue pattern pieces for mouse and costume. $2.75 for each pattern Add 50( each for postage and handling Send to: latira Hheelet Needle- craft Dept., 51. louts Post- Dispatch, Boi 136, Old Chelsea Sta., New York, NT 10113. Print Name, Address, Zip and Pattern Number. Craft update! Our 1985 Needle- craft Catalog has knits crochets, dolls, quilts, more, plus 3 free pat- ferns nrintwl iiKirlf' Send S2. All CRAFT BOOKS . .$2.50 each AH Books and CaUlof-edd 50t each for postage and handling, 135-Mb I Clothes 0a Parade 134-14 Qukk Machine Quilts 131 Add a Block Quilts 130-Sweatei fashions-Sues 38-56 129-Quiet V Easy Transfers 12lEnioiope Patchwork Quilts 127 Afghan! '1' Doilies 126-Thnfty Craft) Flowon 125-PfrtaJ Quits 124-Easy Gifts V Ornaments 121-Pillow Stiow-Offs 117 tut Art at NHstteooint 1 1 1 -Em Art ml Htinm Crachat 109-Sm-t-Xnit (Bask tissue incl) 107-lnstant SewNii 106-lnsttnt Fashion 104-lirstant Money 103-15 Quilts tor Today Missy 4 it came right down and dropped." Authorities reported at least four other funnel clouds across Kansas on Wednesday night, and there was widespread property damage from high winds and some local flooding due to heavy rains. In Kingman County near Wichita, Boyd Gosch, 76, and his wife, Theda, 71, were injured when their farm home and a barn were destroyed. In western Douglas County, the roof was torn off the underground home of Mitchell Sexton and his family, and a three-car garage was destroyed. The Sextons and their 13-year-old son escaped injury. were exposed to record levels of radiation." The report said, "Once again, U.S. reactors performed dismally, generating electricity only 56 percent of the time." More workers than ever before, 85,646, were exposed to a total record amount of radiation 6,507 person-rems the report said. 920 Clothing WEDDING GOWN, white, size 10, 5 tier lace in Iront, 6 tier lace in back, complete with hoops & scalloped edge, veil to floor Professionally clean As new $350.389-9589. WEDDING dress, sue 11-12, white with French imported Lace, motrh-Ing hat with long train, pcud $650. sell lor $350, 291-7724 FULL LENGTH MUSKRAT coat, very good shape, Size 10. Cost $4500, will takeS300 458-3056 PERSIAN LAMB, mink collar coot, 34 length, perfect condition, $600. 645-3045. RANCH Mink and dark brown leolher fur coat, size 16, excellent condition, 34 length, $400 53Z-6IUV WEDDING DRESS size 6, from exclusive store, orioinal price, $891 Will senior $350, 532-5309. 940 Snow Equipment SWENSON Snow Plows 1 Salt Spreoaers Pre-Season Prices. 937-9110 WMISLER EQUIP 464-9500 Checkmate! Printed Pattern SIZES 8-18 The winning combination is a soft and simple dress topped by a bright plaid pullover that ties at the sides. Dazzle every- body and sew several pullover rests in different colors. Choose challis, knits, wool blend. ( Printed Pattern 4647: Misses Sizes 8, 10, 12. 14. 16. 18. 12 75 lot each pattern Add 50 C each pattern lot postage .A hinrtlint sent 1 Anne Adams Plttira Dept.. St I null Post Disnatch. Boi 121 Old Chelsea Sta.. New Torh; Nf 10113. Print Name, Address, Zit, Sue an( Style numiir, m MLl-WINIlK PATTERN CATALOG for clever women who enroy saving money as much as wearing beautiful clothes. Over 100 success styles. Free Pattern Coupon Send S2 for Catalog ALL CRAFT BOOKS . $2.50 eadi 131 Add a Block Outlts 126-Thnfty Crafty flowers 125-Petai Quilts 121-Pillow Show-offs Books and Catalog - add 504 each for postage and handling. WW y s V "''tr turn 940 Snow Equipment WANTED! Snow plow, must fit 4x4 truck. Rea-sonablv priced Coll 966-0529. 2 MEYERS SNOW PLOWS, power angle, I with rebuilt pump, 1-S7S0, 1- $550, lor scouts 821-3504 950 Miscellaneous Merchandise CHURCH EQUIPMENT 55 vrs. experience. Quality solid wood turmture, fiberglass steeples. Baptistries, Quality 8, service for the Sanctuarv-OUMAS MFG. CO. James Curtis-Consultant, Home 938-6598, OHice 1-800-633-6896 BAR STOOLS-CHAIRS-TABLES HEAVY DUTY REASONABLE COMMERCIAL STOCK POTS S CHAFING DISHES SESSION BARS REST. SUPPLY 5039LEMAYFERRY 487-2670 MICROWAVE Stand, $25. Kitchen table 8. chairs, $125 Hotpoint Re-trig, $200 Washerdrver, $300. Liv rm set, $350 Panasonic VCRVHS, $400 VCR tape rewinaer, $50 Hoov- er vqcuumcleoner. $25. 464-7545 ROCKER $20, mattressbox $15.- childs organ $15, chest S20 hook-. cose S25, freezer $150. kitchen choirs 191, $3 each, oak desk $125, (2) 10 key adding machines $25 each, aJ8-aior83-UB66 ATTENTION DJ, OJ companies, nightclubs and record stores: Build up library or inventory with new LPsoc 12 ir plates lor as Utile as 5Qc each 441-2220. CONSOLE SLOT MACHINE, 1947 Ballv (triple bell) ploys nickel, dimes, Quarter, $1575; 30 06 Remington model 742 auto., with scope S emras,$32Scoll426-0880 ' MOVING, must sell: drafting table, like new, fully odlustable $50; aluminum artist easel $25; workbench $25, 20 gal aauarium wfilter A slond $25, 291-4786 or 838-7167 FREE Standing Fireplace, orange black, orig. $1200, NOW $5S0. Trash compactor, $100 Betty, Kathv, 741- 33I256-2880, Work727-25a5. Late 40 s Capt. Video Game $25. 64 CardinalWorldSeriesPhonoRecord HarryCarey 8, JockBuck $50 Wm. . Jennings Bryan 784,25 644- 1492 LIV Rm-Beautllul, like new, 4 pes, ' $1000 Toppan Gos Range w'micro- t wave, Amano 2 dr refng, oil 8 mos. , old Seetooppreciote.831-4846 MUST SELL 300 discontinued tread design tires Example: 12" new steel radial now $ 19.95 Call Dave at N W. Plo;aFIRESTONE.291-4556 S PC Bdrm Set, $300 2Gaslurnaces, 45.000BTU. $100. 5S,00OBTU, $75. Blue, white bafh tubs, $50 eo New kitchen sink & cabinet, $75. 367-6206 BLEACHERS, 2 sections, portable. wood seats, steel frame, like new, $800 664-6877. COURT Reporting steno mochine, like new, must sell, sni coll , 832-3120 DIRECTOR CHAIRS! Professional1 $50 each. Or best otter. 727-9967 FOR SALE Pentax 35mm Camera $200 Cedar chest, $100 Exercise bicycle 112 ml), $75 846-4550 GENERATOR -Portable, 3000 watt, 8 HP Bnggs & Stratton Engine, low hrs Excel.cond., $500, 225-3469 GE washer, almond, $175, brass Si glass table.SlSO. coll Brenda 532-3535 8-5only HOUSE SALE; TV, stereo, dinette, sofa group, sole items negotiable. 232-6470 Alter 5. coll 524-2268. KELVINATOR frost free refng.. $200. new,; Wood burning box stove wilh attachable oven, $150. 842-7010 MFYERS SNOW PLOW, Vt ft. blode. fits Ford Bronco, complete withholds, $650 357 -6115 MEYER 4' ft snow plow, complete with lights, exc. condition, $650 772-1368 or 772-5575. MEYER 7 12 snow plow $975, Power lift gate for pickup $900, LP conversion kiT & rank sjuu, aj 1-4430 SWING SET, $50; Bell 1 Howell Movie Camera ond Protector & Accessories, SISOtirm 464 7S4S. WOOOBURNING FRANKLIN STOVE Never used Lots of extras. $275 426-5441 otter 6PM. XEROX 620 Memory Writer. $2400 645-5494 2 STORY 100 Yeor old ook born, near St Cloir Saoore. good condt- llon, $500. 618-277-6687 4HARNESSFLOOR LOOM 36in.wide.SI0a 773-4436 Bargains-tires ft, wheels, new-used 353-9875 5820 Hompton 752-573S Dirt genuine too soil, Del. onv where, also rrucxs loooeo e i- ouou PALLETS. New ond used bought ond sold Call David. 993-6600. RAILROAD TIES for sole Retain- Ing walls built & repaired. 968-5123. RAILROAD TIES 50 or more delivered tree Call 231-1813. -Merchandise Wanted OLD SI OT MACHINES WANTED Anveondition. ToporicesDaid. Also WURLITZER JUKEBOXES! CALL JEFF,..96)-4612 USED FIBERDRUMS 44 001 mm, approx. 34 souare cordboord car-tons. used heavy woll, 231-6S36. WANTED COLOR OR SLACKS, WHITE TREASONABLY PRICED 868-7437 WANT PALLET RACKING STEEL SHELVING 534-3250 -ASK FOR MARVIN AIR conditionerwetrigs -rangeta drwfWIC Cash Pickup 752-2663 T

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