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St. Louis, Missouri
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Wednesday, January 21, 1987
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. ' -w - V 1 It-1 n ' art r.V. i .SJ 'A ! ; - . v S " I f 4 ( .-r,. 4B Storm In Southwest Adds ; To Lingering Snow Cover By The Associated Press A new storm spread fresh snow "Tuesday in New Mexico, where National Guardsmen continued to aid . ranchers isolated by up to 50 inches of snow from a previous storm. The earlier storm was blamed for 42 deaths in 15 states. Snowplows were at work and traffic was slow Tuesday from the Midwest into New England because of the storm, which had passed through and out to sea during the night. Schools were closed in many Massa-. chusetts cities, including Boston. Driving conditions remained .treacherous in Oklahoma, where heavy snow Sunday stranded travel-- ers and collapsed roofs. Several thou-' sand people there remained without electricity Tuesday. Authorities searched the banks of Lake Texoma for two fishermen whose capsized boat had been discovered Monday. Although the new storm in the Southwest produced less snow than one that swept out of that region and onto the Plains late last week, a winter storm watch was in effect today for the hill country of south-central Texas. Travelers' advisories warning of slick roads were posted over much of New Mexico, parts of Arizona, southeastern Colorado, western Texas and the Texas Panhandle, and the Oklahoma Panhandle. Ten inches of snow fell Monday at Rye, Colo., where 52 inches had fallen Thursday. Los Alamos, N.M., which got 50 inches last week, got just a few inches of new snow during the night. North of the new storm, cold air Suspect Admits That He Cheated Homeowners On Repair Work A man accused of cheating home-; owners by failing to do repair work he promised has pleaded guilty to 12 : counts of stealing by deceit. The man John O'Haver, 57, of the 9400 block of Theodosia Avenue in Overland entered guilty pleas .Tuesday before Judge Daniel T. Till- man of St. Louis Circuit Court. Prosecutors recommended that O'Haver serve three years in prison on the 12 counts. Tillman scheduled sentencing for March 6. Assistant Circuit Attorney Thomas M. Daly said O'Haver had done business as Royal Home Improvement, at 3663 Dixie Drive in St. Ann. O'Haver promised the victims that he would do such repairs as tuck-pointing or remodeling, Daly said. Although O'Haver took a down payment in each case, he failed to work. Frances Stewart Furlong, 82; A funeral for Dr. Frances Stewart Furlong, a retired physician who was known nationally in 'the field of family -planning, will be at .11:30 a.m. Thursday ;at Lupton Chapel, .7233 Delmar Boulevard, University City. Burial will be private. She had used the professional name of Dr. Frances Stewart. She was the widow of Dr. Robert Furlong. Dr. Stewart, 82, of University City, died Monday at Barnes Hospital after a cardiac arrest. Dr. Stewart had maintained an ob- R. Marie Jalageas; Had Worked For Globe . A funeral Mass for R. Marie Jalageas, a retired promotion and public relations worker for the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Thursday at Our Lady , Queen of Peace Catholic Church, 553 North Belt West in Belleville. Burial will be in Mount Carmel Cemetery. Edward Fagan; . A funeral Mass for Edward J. Fagan, former owner of an auto repair shop in south St. Louis, will be at 10 a.m. Friday at St. Albert the Great Church, 15 East Lincoln Highway in Fairview Heights. Burial will be in , Mount Carmel Cemetery in Belleville. Mr. Fagan, 72, died Tuesday of cancer at his home in Fairview Heights. Mr. Fagan retired in 1972 after operating Fagan's Auto Service and gas station for 30 years in south St. Louis. He worked until June as a maintenance worker and handyman at St. Albert the Great Church. Surviving are his wife, Estele; four daughters, Joan Swetitch, of Endicott, N.Y., Judy Swan, of Mishawaka, Ind., Sharon Lindemann, of Houston and Susan Holman, of Farmington, Mo.; two stepdaughters, Sharon Gaul of Deaths Elsewhere IRA O. BEATY, 83, the father of actress Shirley MacLaine and actor- ; director Warren Beatty, died of an ,t undisclosed illness on Jan. 14 at a hospital in Baltimore, his family said . Tuesday. ' . Mr. Beaty was an educator and a retired real estate agent in Arlington - ' County, Va. He also was known in " .: Richmond, Va., as a jazz musician ' and band leader. , RALPH M. LEWIS, 82, head of the Rosicrucian Order for almost 50 years, died Jan. 12 at age 82 in San Jose, Calif. - Mr. Lewis took over leadership of -H the order in 1938 after the death of ;his father, who founded the group. ST. LOUIS PDST-DISPATCH stetrics and gynecology practice in University City and was on the staff of Barnes Hospital. She retired about 10 years ago. She also was on the faculty of Washington University Medical School, where she taught family planning, and on the staffs of the St. Louis and St. Louis County Health departments. Dr. Stewart also was medical director of Planned Parenthood. She was a founding fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and was a past president of the old St. Louis Women's Medical Group. She was an active member of the board of the Washington University Women's Club. Surviving are a daughter, Joan Hui-singa of Sappington; and two grandchildren. Stewart Mrs. Jalageas, 70, died Tuesday at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Belleville. She had suffered a stroke Jan. 13. Mrs. Jalageas, of Belleville, retired from the newspaper in 1984 after almost 40 years of service. Surviving are a son, David Jalageas of Belleville; and a daughter, Kathleen Casey of O'Fallon, 111. Owned Auto Repair Shop Belleville and Wendy Gustafson of San Rafael, Calif.; three stepsons, Yorker Wade, of Decatur, 111., Jerry Wade, of Belleville and Dan Wade, of Santee, Calif.; a brother, Tom Fagan, of St. Louis; nine grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Service On Saturday For Dr. Lee A. Hall A memorial service for Dr. Lee Aker Hall, a gynecologist who once practiced in this area, will be at 5 p.m. Saturday in the Deaconess Hospital chapel, 6150 Oakland Avenue. Burial was in Fort Worth, Texas. Dr. Hall, 73, died Jan. 15 at his home in Fort Worth. He had been under treatment for heart disease. The group's doctrines and practices are said to be based on occult lore. REAR ADM. JACK N. DARBY, commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet's Submarine Force, died Monday, apparently of a heart attack. Before taking over the Pacific submarine command, Darby, 50, was assigned to the command and policy directorate of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He had been commandant of midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy and had commanded two Polaris missile submarines. Born in Batesville, Texas, Darby was a graduate of the University of Colorado. Surviving are his widow, Bobbie, and three children. Wed., Jan. 21, 1987 pushed the temperature at Laramie, Wyo., to 27 degrees below zero. The National Weather Service said that temperature was combining with wind for a wind-chill effect of -38 below. New Mexico state police discouraged travel in the northern half of the state, and U.S. Highway 64 was closed between Tres Piedras and Tierra Amarilla. East of Albuquerque, N.M., the Moriarty area got 3 more inches Monday night it got 40 inches last week. Police said wind had created drifts 2 and 3 feet high. West of the area hit by snow, Southern California had damaging wind Tuesday. Gusts to 60 mph toppled trucks on Interstate 15 north of Fontana, about 50 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, said California Highway Patrol Officer Kevin Haney. "We've got about four of them out there on their sides," he said. Wind gusting to 40 mph triggered widespread power outages throughout Southern California. Most of the blackouts in Anaheim, El Toro, Sylmar and Granada Hills were of short duration. In Indiana, which got up to 10 inches of snow Monday, only five counties were still declaring snow emergencies Tuesday. Crews were working to clear secondary roads. The storm was blamed for 12 deaths since Thursday in Texas; seven in Oklahoma; four each in New Mexico and Ohio; two each in Arizona, Indiana, Missouri and Kansas; and one each in New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, California, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Colorado. State Sues Repair Firm The state sued Statler Bros. Inc. of Kirkwood on Tuesday in St. Louis County Circuit Court, charging the company with misrepresenting the home improvement services it provides, United Press International reports. Attorney General William Webster alleges in the suit that Statler Bros, failed to complete work and failed to refund money for work that was never done. Webster said the company has been the subject of complaints from people who had paid a total of more than $10,000 to the company. Webster asks that Statler Bros, be forced to refund the money and pay a penalty of $1,000 for each violation of the Merchandising Practices Act. Physician iineral notices Index Applebaum, Ada Baker, John W. Beckemeier, Loretta (Mac) Brandon, Charles Armstrong Broder Callier, CelestineAnn Campbell, John E. Christie, Helen G. Davis, Thelma N. Day, David Edward J. Derby, Hildred C. Dewes, Thomas A. Doyle, George H. Durso, Regina F. Eberenz, Ima L Fagan, Edward J. Furlong, Frances Geiger, Harold E. Gilliam, Eva Ann Goeringer, Josef Graham, Gerald G. Grupe, William E. Gulick, Dr. Charles R. Hall, Etna J. Hard, Samuel E. Sr. Hartman, Ann A. Hatfield, William Paul Hollingsworth, Raymond Holtzman, Rose Weissman Huch Huskey, Richard W. Jalageas, Marie Jones, Sarah E. Jost, Lorraine F. Kreimeyer, LeoC. Krisay, John G. Landon, Virgel R. (Ray) Leach, Robert Lee Livingston, Merlisa M. Martin, Patricia A. McNamee Mortola, Marion Dunseath Mueller, Sophia LC. Munier, Martha E. Murphy, Margaret S. Nevels, Mary E. Newnam, Virginia A. Nolte, Barbara C. Parsons, James (Jim) I. Russell, Louise Jordan Ruzicka, Nettie Sartori, Loretto B. (Sis) Schackmann Schmiderer, Ann T. Schmitt, Dr. John B. Schook, Pauline N. Shepard, Leighton C. Smallwood, John L Smith, Sophia Stewart, Dr. Frances Strecker, Elizabeth Thomas, Percy Toler, John V. Walker, Joe G. Welling, Leora M. (Lee) Young, Irene C. Young, Kenneth R. Zupez APPLEBAUM, ADA, Jan. 19, 1987, wife of the fate Dr. Samuel A. Applebaum, dear mother and mother-in-law of Gloria Brown-stein, Dr. Joyce DeWoskin and Dr. Richard (Lois) Applebaum, dear sister and sister-in-law of Dr. Samuel (Helen) Gilbert, Rhea Fine and Lillian Kaplan, dear grandmother of Byron Brown-stein, Denise DeWoskin, Dale (Patti) DeWoskin, Daryl DeWoskin, Bruce Applebaum, Steve Applebaum and Mark Applebaum. Graveside service Wed., Jan. 21, 1 p.m. at Chevra Kadisha Cemetery, 1601 North and South Rd. Memorial contributions of your choice preferred. BERGER MEMORIAL SERVICE BAKER, JOHN W., on Mon., Jan. 19, 1987, beloved husband of Jane H. Baker inee JonesL dear stepfather of Shirley McNeill and Janet Fulford, dear brother, brother-in-law, uncle, father-in-law, grandfather, great-grandfather and cousin. Funeral from KRIEG-SHAUSER'S SOUTH, 4228 S. Kingshighway, on Thurs., Jan. 22, 11 a.m. Interment Sunset Memorial Park. Visitation after 3 p.m., Wed. BECKEMEIER, LORETTA (MAC) (nee Bryan), Mon., Jan. 19, 1987, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, beloved wife of David W. Beckemeier, loving mother of Sharon Rockwell, Molly and Patty McNamee, Maggie O'Hara, kind stepmother of David C, Timothy C, Heide M. and Gretchen Ft. Beckemeier, dearest grandmother of Katie Rockwell, Erin O'Hara, David C. Beckemeier Jr., Sara, Matthew, Elizabeth and Michael Beckemeier dear sister of Dolores (Sis) Engle, Raymond Bryan, Stanley (Bud) Gotch, Rose Hoffman, Pat Ziegler, cherished niece of Doris Bonch, sister-in-law, aunt, and a friend to so many. Member of U.A.W. In lieu of flowers please make contributions to The American Cancer Society. Services at HOFFMEISTER-BEIDER WIEDEN Mortuary, 3620 Chippewa at Grand, Thurs., 1 :30 p.m. Interment Concordia Cemetery. VISITATION TUES., AFTER 3 P.M. BRANDON, CHARLES ARMSTRONG, Thurs., Jan. 15, 1987, of Lung Cancer, in Brooklyn, N Y. Darling brother of Elizabeth Brandon Studt, uncle of John and Mary Studt, cousin of William Hatler Armstrong, and Ellen Armstrong Wallace, and dear friend of Tom McKeehan. Born in St. Louis. Mr. Brandon was a scenic designer both on and off Broadway, and had worked for 15 years in television on all 3 major networks. Burial will be private. A memorial service will be held on Sat., Jan. 31 , in Brooklyn, N Y. Contributions to the American Cancer Society, would be appreciated. BRODER See Sartori CALLIER, CELESTINE ANN (nee Reid), Sat., Jan. 17, 1987, dear mother of Marie and Albert Callier, dear sister of Jean Vas-terling, August Reid and Claire Curran, dear sister-in-law, aunt and cousin. Funeral Mass to be celebrated, St. Luke the Evangelist Church, Beilevue and Dale Ave , Thurs., Jan. 22 at 10 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. NO VISITATION. A SCHNUR Funeral Home Service. CAMPBELL, JOHN E., Tues, Jan. 20, 1987, beloved husband of Velma .laan Psmnhall rmn Da me Leucitei), aear ratner ot Cathy Miller, Janice Eldridge, Kay Fair, John Edward Jr., James Dale and Darrin Keith Campbell, dear son of James and the late May Campbell, dear brother of Juanita Baker, Glen Campbell, Dean Campbell, Norma Dunn, Dorothy Daniel, and Ann Pruett, our dear grandfather of 17Vi, father-in-law, brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle, and cousin. Mr. Campbell at WHITE-MULLEN Mortuary, 118 N. Florissant Rd., Ferguson, for VISITATION 4 P.M. WED., UNTIL 9 P.M. THURS. Funeral from Victory Baptist Church, 1442 Hudson at W. Florisaant, Fri., Jan. 23, 10 a.m. Interment National Cemetery, Jefferson Barracks. CHRISTIE, HELEN CL, (nee Frtz-patnck). on Sun., Jan. 18. 1987, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, beloved wife of the late Joseph I. Christie, dear mother of Donald. Rosemary and Kenneth, dear mother-in-law of Sandy, dear grandmother of Tony and the late Debra Ann Christie, dear sistef of France and the late Teresa Byrne. Kathleen Dean and James Frtzpatrick. our dear sister-in-law. aunt and cousin. Memorial Mass at Annunciation Church, 16 W. Glendale Rd., on Sat., Jan. 24. 10 a.m. Memorials to Cardinal Glennon Hospital or Masses preferred. KRIEG-SHAUSER SOUTH Service. DAVIS, THELMA N. (nee Hartwell), Mon Jan. 19, 1987, beloved wife of Erskine C. Davis, dear mother of John E. Davis, dear mother-in-law of Joyce L. Davis, dear grandmother of Jon T. and Jill L.TJavis, our dear sis- ter-in-law and friend. Funeral Wed., 1 p m. at JOHN L. ZIEGENHEIN & SONS, 7027 Gravois. Interment Mt. Hope cemetery. MemDer oi toncoro Baptist Church. In lieu of flow ers. donations to the St. Louis Heart Assn., appreciated. Visitation after 1 p.m. Tues. DAY, DAVID EDWARD grandfather, uncle, father-in-J., asleep in Jesus, law, brother-in-law and friend. Tues, Jan. 20, 1987, beloved husband of Mar garet L. Day (nee Beckmeier). dear father of Kathleen Koch, Tom Day and Barbara Day, dear to Barnes Hospital, The Ladue son of Viola Day. and the late Chapel, or charity of your choice. Rowan Day. father-in-law of (LUPTON Service). Kathleen Day (nee Roach), grandfather of Timothy and Paul . . , ay, and Steffan, Martha and "ALL. ETNA J. (nee Freeman), Rebecca Koch. Tues., Jan. 20, 1987, beloved Mr. Day IN STATE at HOFF- Wl, of Edgar (Ed) Hall, dear MEISTEH COLONIAL Mortuary, mother of Eldie (Jack) Hall, sister 6464 Chippewa at Watson, of Elsie Brannon and Eugene THURS., 3 P.M to 9 P M ; Freeman, sister-in-law, mother-THENCE IN STATE at SALEM m-law, grandmother, great-Lutheran Church, 8343 Gravois, grandmother, aunt and cousin, pm oin a m nntiieArWatima Funeral from the NEW CHA- 10 i'.m. Mr. Day was Pres. of The National Assn. of Retired Feder- al Employees Chapter No. 112. Interment Concordia Cemetery. DERBY, HILDRED C, Tues., Jan. 13, 1987, wife of Wallene R. Derby, mother of Sally Miller and Cecelia Derby, grandmother and great-grandmother. Memorial service Thurs., Jan. an', 407 Fairview in Webster Groves. i, r.ju p.m. at Bethany Lutner- wiinam, jonn ana Aioeri Hard, DEWES, THOMAS A., fortified Margaret Dobrinick, Beverly with the Sacraments of Holy Korunka and Sandra Brewer, Mother Church, Mon., Jan. 19, dear father-in-law of Carl Fi- 1987, dear son of Jeanne and scher and Tom Wolff, dear the late Milton A. Dewes, dear grandfather of Joe. Brian, Derek brother of Ann McCarthy, Mimi and Dylan, dear brother-in-law, Titus, Lexie Seall, Mark, Daniel uncle, nephew, and cousin, and Joseph Dewes, dear broth- Funeral from KRIEG- er-in-law, uncle and nephew. SHAUSER S WEST, 9450 Olive Funeral from SCHRADER Fu- Blvd., Thurs., Jan. 22, 1 p.m. In- neral Home, 14960 Manchester terment National. A member of Rd. at Holloway, Ballwin, Fri., Carpenters Local No. 417, Rose 9:30 a.m. to Ascension Catholic Hill Lodge No. 550 A.F.&A.M., Church, for 10 a.m. Mass. Inter- Moolah Temple Shrine, and ment Resurrection Cemetery. Overland Post No. 3944 V.F.W. Visitation Thurs., 2 to 9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions . , in his memory to American Heart DOYLE, GEORGE H., of Talla- Assn. preferred. Masonic Blue hassee, FL, Jan. 20, 1987, be- Lodge service Wed., 8 p.m. Visi- loved husband of Margaret B. tation after 5 p.m. Tues. Doyle, dear father of Phyllis Artwein, dear grandfather of HARTMAN, ANN A., fortified seven and greaf-grandfather of with the Sacraments of Holy nine. Mother Church, beloved daugh- Funeral Thurs., Jan. 22, 7:30 ter of the late Peter and Mary p.m. from WHITE-MULLEN Mor- Hartman, dear sister of Helen C. tuary, 118 N. Florissant Rd., Fer- and Peter R. Hartman, Marcelle guson. VISITATION AFTER Zupez. and the late Mary Hart- 4:00, THURS. Interment Fri. in man, dear sister-in-law of Ruth Windsor, MO. Hartman, and John A. Zupez, .,,..,...., ... ... dear aunt of Rev. John Hartman PUR?,9' FAne6 WardJ' ZuPez. S.J., and other nieces Jan. 20, 1987, St. Charles, MO, and nephews, our dear cousin, wife of the late John P. Durso, A Memorial Mass will be Sat., mother of John W., James G., Jan. 24. 10 a.m. at St. Gabriel the Mark J., Daniel P. Durso, Regina Archangel Catholic Church. Forrester and Madeleine Thibo- deau, sister of Robert and Tom HATFIELD, WILLIAM Ward and the late Patrick Ward, lw PAUL, of Rolla, MO, for- Agnes Ward and Dorothy Mc- ifcjj merly of St. Louis. 89, Cormack, grandmother of four- Jan. 18, 1987, husband teen. of Gertrude, brother of Esther Graveside service Thurs., 11 Thompson of Aurora, CO. a.m. at Calvary Cemetery, St. Graveside service 1:45 p.m., Louis, MO. The family is being Wed., Jan. 21 at Jefferson Bar-served by the BAUE Funeral racks National Cemetery, St. Home, 620 Jefferson St., St. Louis. He was a U.S. Army veter-Charles, MO. Memorials to an of World War I, a former em-American Cancer Society. ployee of the City of St. Louis, a -.-.-.., , . former Coast Guard member, EBERENZ, IMA L. (nee Foster) member of American Society of Mon., Jan. 19, 1987, beloved Civil Engineers, worked as a Civ-wife of the late Ray R. Eberenz. II engineer for the Federal Coven dear mother of Raymond N. and Dept., St. Louis, member of Dis-Robert L. Eberenz, our dear abled American Veterans and grandmother, great-grandmoth- American Legion Post No. 4. er, sister-in-law, mother-in-law and aunt. HOLLINGSWORTH, RAYMOND, Mrs. Eberenz will lie in state at Jan. 12, 1967, at Englewood, COLLIER'S Funeral Home, Fla., beloved husband of Ca- 10123 St. Charles Rock Rd;, mille, dear father of Raymond Wed., Jan. 21 from noon until 9 and Cecelia, brother of James p.m. Service Thurs., Jan. 22, 10 and Lucille, a.m. at Overland Presbyterian Retired employee Anheuser- Church, 9424 Everman. Inter- Busch. ment Memorial Park Cemetery. - Member of Martharae Chapter "9hTZ,MAN.' "PJI? WE'SS- No. 221 O.E.S.; service 7 p.m., MAN. Jan- ,19. 1987. Beloved Wed wl,e of ,he la'8 Ben Holtzman, dear mother of Dorothy (Nathan) FAGAN, EDWARD J., 72, of Fair- Cherrick, Geraldine (Carl) Weber view Heights, IL, formerly of St. and Sam (Sylvia) Holtzman. Our Louis, MO, on Tues., Jan. 20, dear grandmother, great grand- 1987, at his residence, husband mother, aunt and sister-in-law of the late Edna L. Fagan (nee Graveside service Wed. 12 Edwards), who died in 1 982; sur- noon at Beth Hamedrosh Hago- vived by his wife, Estele Wade dol Cemetery, 9125 Ladue RcT In Fagan, whom he married in lieu of flowers contributions pre- 1984; father of Mrs. Charles ferred to The B'Nai Amoona (Joan) Swetitch of Endicott, NY, Congregation or to a charity of Mrs. Fred (Judy) Swan of Misha- your choice. RINDSKOPF Ser- waka, IN, Mrs. David (Sharon) vice. Lindemann of Houston, TX and Mrs. David (Susan) Holman of Mu-CH Farminaton. MO. steDfather of see Sartori Sharon Gaul of Belleville, IL, Yorker Wade of Decatur. IL. Jer ry Wade of Belleville, IL, Dan Wade of Santee, CA and Wendy Gustafson of San Raphel, CA, brother of Tom Fagan and his wife, Mary Jane of St. Louis and the late LaVern nine, preced ann Inal C Cu,.n. n.,r .... cle 'arSa-uncirandcouSrU'' William H. Fagan and V" .. .7 "'i i;.iT' T , E. r:1 Goette, grandfather of 1?L.. T , " us"' great-grandfather of six; "XT'"! "rl J ?.' uon led in death bv one orand- a"i-MU .Du"Ln" ? CU.SR"X; Funeral from KA;;i Y rru n Jenerson St., St. unanes, MU, N I aT M 0 r u a r v Fa i r vi e w witn '"terment in Sf. Charles Me- HeShts 9 30 a tr 1 Fri to qt A morial Gardens. Friends may call Mass of the Resurrection by crsM,m0?i5 1 Rev. Fr. James T. Long and Rev ' r St Josepn Hos' Fr. Gene Linnemann Interment pice Pro9fam. Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Member ... UAO,c , Uo, of Holy Name Society, Ushers JALAGEA?fe MAfVE Jnee Har" and Tithe Counters C CC Group, 14 year employee of St. ?? 1987 dear "'8 of tn late. Albert the Great Church. Dona- tions are preferred to the Mrs Donajd (Kathleen) Casey of Shindler Memorial Fund or to O Fal pn L and David Jalageas Belleville Hospice, Inc. or the of Belleville. Light House in Kansas City, MO. , Mr?j Jala,geas was retired Retired 30 year owner and bper- mc h? Plw relations dept. of ator of Fagan's Auto Service;St. Lne st; Louis Globe and a mem-Louis, MC? Wake service will be ?r ' Fairv'ew Heights Zonta held at 7 p.m., Thurs. Friends S'&fflflSSJS;' may call after 3 p.m., Thurs. 9'30 ,,rm J0HofinB,AEi3. Fu" 7 v neral Home, 8501 W. Main, FURLONG, FRANCES, on Mon Belleville, to Queen of Peace Jan. 1 9, 1 987, wife of the late Dr Church for Mass at 1 0 a.m. Inter-Robert Furlong, dear mother of ment Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Visi-Joan Huisinga, dear grandmoth- ,al'on Wed. after 2 p.m. Recita-er of Robert and Helen and dear in of Rosary Wed., 4:30 p.m. aunt. Memorials may be made to Service at LUPTON Chapel, American Heart Assn. 7233 Delmar Blvd., Thurs. 1 1:30 v 1 987, dear wife of the late James GEIGER, HAROLD E., Tues, gilbert Jones, dear sister of Jan. 20, 1987, beloved husband S,e5S. - Hoechst and the late of Marjorie M. Geiger (nee Ste- Wmrae Winn, Victor C. and Car-phens), dear father 0) Louella ro11 G- H?"1' dear sister-in-law, Ketcherside, Dorothy Eilers, aunt, and great-aunt. Ginger Fins, Gerald I Geigei SHFAuun4RaJ &,mH K4?is Gf andPeggy Hodges, dear brotRer SHAH?Eu s SUTH' ,4 22S. of Emil Geiger and the late Hav- Kingshighway, Thurs. Jan. 22, 1 ward Geiger, our dear father-in- mc Entombment Memorial-law, grandfather, brother-in-law, visitation from 4 to 8 p.m. uncle, great-uncle and friend. wea Funeral from TED FENDLER Funeral Home, 7420 Michigan at JOST, LORRAINE F. (nee Tren- K,?f ' "J.anu23' ?J lf .a m' die), tues., Jan. 20, 1987, be- mI8!.8"', M!' lope Cemetery. toved wife of the late Melvin H. Memorials to Lemay Baptist josti dear mother of William A., CrSu5Mv',nis.,r!es'w.c?uLdbe Robert H., Melvin C, Carol A. appreciated. Visitation Wed., 7 Jost and boris E. Maibes, dear Sr,mi'a?.m p ; ' pm' mother-in-law, grandmother, until p.m. great-grandmother, dear sister GILLIAM, EVA ANN, on Tues., ?' EJ8anor Cuddi'' aunt' and Jan. 20, 1987, beloved wife oi C0'nBra, Thnrs , a, the late Earl Harrison Gilliam Sr., . . f"3' "' Ifit Rat dear mother of Earl Harrison Jr. LifhPf FnSnm. iriq5 of Seattle, WA, Charles L. of St. MrVJH mX fnfif Louis and the late James R. Gil- carote VISfTATON FROM 5 liam, mother-in-law, grandmoth- hwTn cpp m wrV er, great-grandmother, dear sis- UNTIL 9 P.M. WED. ter, sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt and cousin. Funeral service will be held Thurs., Jan. 22, 2p.m. at KRIEG-SHAUSER'S WEST, 9450 Olive Blvd. Interment Mt. Lebanon Cemetery. A member of Bridge-ton Chapter No. 266 O.E.S., who will conduct services at 7:30 p.m., Wed. Visitation 4-9 p.m., Wed. GOERINGER, JOSEF, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, on Tues.. Jan. 20. 1987, beloved husband of Maria Goeringer, dearest father of Dorothy Maniaci, Sophie Mas-sey, Maria and Frank Goeringer, father-in-law of Vito Maniaci, Joseph Massey and Jane Goeringer, dear grandfather, brother, brother-in-law, uncle, cousin and friend. Funeral service at HOFFMEIS-TER COLONIAL Mortuary. 6464 Chippewa at Watson, Thurs.. 10:30 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. VISITATION AFTER 5 P.M., WED. GRAHAM, GERALD G., Tues., Jan. 20. 1987. beloved husband of Sharon K. Graham, dear father of Jeff and David Graham, dear son of Ira and Fannie Graham, brother of John Graham. Mr. Graham in state at MATH HERMANN & SON S Chapel. 10212 Halls Ferry Rd., Wed., Jan. 21, 3:30-9 p m. Funeral Thurs., 1 :30 p.m. from First Baptist Church of Ferguson, 333 N. Florissant Rd. Interment Salem Lutheran Cemetery. Mr. Graham was a Deacon of First Baptist Church of Ferguson and an employee of Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. . GRUPE, WILLIAM E., Mon.. Jan. 19. 1987. dear husband of the late Dorothy Grupe (nee Shortal), dear brother of the late Marion Goodman, dear uncle of Edward Goodman and Lynn Frank. dSar great-uncle of Josh- lanr Kev!n and JettieY , .UV'S' ; 'n a M1!,0- l"AU?.Eri s ,WST, 9450 Olive Blv.- Wed Jan. 21, 9 a m. until service at 11. Interment Calvary. GULICK, DR. CHARLES R., on Sun., Jan. 18, 1987, beloved husband of Mildred Miller Gulick, dear father of Richard, Gayle, Rucan iinri Hauiri ftnlirlr Haar Memorial service at Ladue Chapel, 9450 Clayton Rd., 2 p.m. Wed. Interment private. In lieu of nowers aonations may be made PL OF HOWARD H MICHEL Funeral Home, 5930 Southwest at Hampton. Thurs.. 12 noon. In terment National Cemetery. Visitation Wed., 2-9 p.m. . HARD, SAMUEL E. SR., Mon., Jan. 19, 1987, dear husband of Billie A. ' Hard (nee Watkins), dear father of Samuel E. Hard Jr., Patricia R. Fischer and Kath- leen A- wlf,i stepson of Catherine Arzig, dear brother of HUSKEY. RICHARD W., Jan. 26, 1987, St. Charles, MO, husband of Linda M. Huskey (nee 0 .'"n a KaY ("ee SfT'SS'- StT.n?'ik? Hvlisk.ey &5 sV.kl),??,ltn?,la4e Wal,cer a:T.- aA BAUE Chapel, 620 TO PLACE, YOUR IN MEM0RIAM, PLEASE CALL runerai service rn.. n:3U KREIMEYER, LEO C, asleep in Jesus, Tues.. Jan. 20, 1987, beloved son of the late Fred H. and Sophia M. Kreimeyer (nee Hesse), dear brother of Chester A. Kreimeyer of Huntsville, Tex, Robert H. Kreimeyer of Ulm, Ark., Lucille A. Dinger of Sun City. Ariz, Evelyn R. Kreimeyer, of San Angelo, Tex, Esther M. Stotik of Cnalmette, La., and the late Victor L. and Raymond W, Kreimeyer, brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle, nephew, and cousin. Mr. Kreimeyer will lie in state at HOFFMEISTER-BEIDERWIE-DEN Mortuary, 3620 Chippewa at Grand, Wed., 3 until 9 p.m. Services Thurs., at Holy Cross Lutheran Church. 2650 Miami at Texas, 10:30 a.m. Interment Ulm, Ark. Mr. Kreimeyer was confirmed at Zion Lutheran Church. Ulm. Ark. U.S. Navy vet eran or wona war n. oorn teo. 20. 1924 in Stuttgart, Ark. In lieu of flowers, family requests memorials to The Lutheran Hour. KRISAY, JOHN G., fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Jan. 18, 1987, beloved husband of Wilma E. Krisay (nee Leimbach), dear father of Peggy Grotpeter, dear father-in-law of John J. Grotpeter. dear grandfather of Jenny and Becky Grotpeter, our dear brother-in-law, uncle and cousin. Funeral Wed., Jan. 21, 9:30 a.m. from the JAY B. SMITH Funeral Home, 7456 Manchester Ave. to St. Mary Magdalen Church (Brentwood) for 10 a.m. Mass. Mr. Krisay was Vice President of St. Mary Magdalen Leisure Club and League of 1000 Men West. Visitation Tues. after 2 p.m. LANDON, VIRGEL R. (RAY), on Mon., Jan. 19, 1987, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, beloved husband of Lillian K. Landon (nee Theiss), dear brother of Mae L. Harris, our dear uncle and great-uncle. Funeral from KRIEG-SHAUSER S WEST, 9450 Olive Blvd., on Thurs., Jan. 22 at 9:15 a.m. to Cure of Ars Church, Laclede Station Rd. for 10 a.m. Mass. Interment Sunset Burial Park. Mr. Landon was a member of Webster Groves K. of C. Council No. 2119, who will conduct services Wed., 8 p.m. Visitation Wed., 3-9 p.m. LEACH, ROBERT LEE Warren-ton, MO., Jan. 19,1987. Dear husband of Pennie, dear son of Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Conover, of St. Louis, MO, dear father of Robert G. Leach, Terry Daffron, Vickie Slegal and Christopher Villa, dear father-in-law and grandfather. Services Jan. 22, 2:00 p.m., The Paul Chapel. Visitation Wed., 2:00-9:00 p.m., Paul Funeral Home, Warrenton, MO. LIVINGSTON, MERLISA M. (nee Brown), on Mon., Jan. 19, 1987, darling wife of John B. Livingston, dear sister of Reuben Brown, Katie Pleimling and Anne Fines, our dear sister-in-law aunt, great-aunt, niece, and cousin. Funeral from SOUTHERN Funeral Home, 6322 S. Grand, on Thurs., Jan. 22, 1987, 1 p.m. Interment Mt. Hope Cemetery. Visitation 2 to 9 p.m. Wed. MARTIN, PATRICIA A., Jan. 19, 1987, beloved wife of Clark Martin, dear sister of Christine Ysa-qurrie, dear stepdaughter of Myrtle Erlenbusch, our dear aunt, and great-aunt. Funeral from MCLAUGHLIN'S, 2301 Lafayette, Thurs., 10 a.m. Interment St. Matthew's Cemetery. In parlor 3 p.m. until 9 p.m. Wed. McNAMEE See Beckemeier MOTTOLA, MARION DUNSEATH (nee Gallagher), Mon., Jan. 19, 1987, wife of the late John Dunseath and James Mot-tola, dear mother of Robert S. Dunseath, dear mother-in-law of Helen Dunseath, dear grandmother of Robert, Greg and David Dunseath. Services to held in New Jersey. If desired, contributions may be made to Calvary U.P. Church, 110 Hancock Ave., Jersey City. N.J. 07307. No visitation. SCHRADER Service. MUELLER, SOPHIA L.C (nee Koenig), Mon., Jan. 19, 1987, beloved wife of the late Louis Mueller, dear mother of Marguerite Briley, Arthur and Harold Mueller, our dear mother-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt, and friend. Funeral Thurs., Jan. 22, 2 p.m. from SCHUMACHER-SMITH Funeral Home, 3013 Meramec. Interment New St. Marcus Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Trinity U.C.C., appreciated. Visitation after 3 p.m. Wed. MUNIER, MARTHA E. (nee Vo-gel), of Webster Groves, Jan. 19, 1987, beloved wife of William L. Munier, dear mother of Bill Munier of Las Vegas, NV, George Munier of Webster Groves and Patricia Sage of Kansas City, MO, sister of Mary Hites of Fes-tus, MO, our dear mother-in-law; survived by nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Service at CROGHAN Funeral Home, 7825 Big Bend, Webster Groves, Thurs. at 9:30 a.m. Interment Resurrection. Visitation Wed., 4 p.m.-9 p.m. MURPHY, MARGARET S. (nee Cunningham), Mon., Jan. 19, 1987. Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, beloved wife of the late William C. Murphy, beloved mother of Peggy Nestor and William J. Murphy, dear mother-in-law of Edward J. Nestor Jr. and Carol Murphy, dear sister of Elizabeth Martin, Virginia Cunningham and the late Marie Hirst and John J. Cunningham. Dear grandmother, great grandmother, aunt, great aunt, cousin and friend Services from HOFFMEISTER COLONIAL Mortuary, 6464 Chippewa at Watson, Thurs. 9:30 am. with Mass celebrated at the Church of St. Gabriel The Arc Angel at 10 a m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Masses preferred. VISITATIONS WED. 2:30 p.m. til 9 p.m. NEVELS, MARY E. (nee Stinnett), resting in the arms of Jesus, on Tues., Jan. 20, 1987, loving wife of Robert D. Nevels, beloved mother of Mary Ann Duke and Barbara Garrison, dearest grandmother of John Walker and Zachary Garrison, dear daughter of Mary Hertweck jnee Eaton), our dear mother-in-law, sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral service at JOHN STY-GAR & SON Chapel, 9825 Halls Ferry Rd., on Thurs., Jan. 22 at 1 p.m. Interment Laurel Hill Memorial Gardens. Contributions to American Kidney Assn. in Mary's memory, appreciated. VISITATION WED. AFTER 2 P.M. NEWNAM, VIRGINIA A. (nee Howton), Sun., Jan. 18, 1987, beloved wife of Robert E. Newnam, dear mother of Sheila Ann Smith, dear mother-in-law of Lani Smith, dear grandmother of Dena, Stacey, Virginia and Beatrice Smith, dear daughter of Bessie M. Ramsey. Funeral service at WHITE-MULLEN Mortuary, 118 N. Florissant Rd., Ferguson, Thurs., Jan. 22, 1 p.m. Interment National Cemetery. VISITATION AFTER 3 P.M. WED. CHRIS 622-7108 JEAN 622-7115 NOLTE, BARBARA C, (nee Kurz). Mon. Jan. 19. 1987. fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, dear wife of the late Anton Noite. dear mother of Teresa Schackmann and the late Rev. Anthony (Gilbert) Nolte, O F.M., dear mother-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt, great-aunt and friend Funeral from GEBKEN-BENZ Mortuary. 2842 Meramec St., Thurs. Jan. 22. at 8:30 AM to St. Anthony of Padua Church for 9 AM Mass Interment SS Peter and Paul Cemetery. Member of Franciscan Mothers Club, Ladies' Sodality and sewing Club. Rosary Wed 3 PM. Masses preferred. Visitation Wed. 2 PM til 9 PM. PARSONS, JAMES ffV (JIM) I., Mon., Jan. 19. Eg-J 1987. beloved husband of the late Matilda Parsons (nee Gruber), dear father, grandfather, and friend. Chapel services National Cemetery. Thurs., Jan. 22, 1 1 :30 a.m. NO FLOWERS PLEASE. FEY SERVICE. RUSSELL, LOUISE JORDAN, on Mon., Jan. 19, 1987, wife of the late Don O. Russell, sister of Bea Gentry, sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt, great-great-aunt, and cousin. Service at Oak Grove Mausoleum, 7800 St. Charles Rk. Rd., Wed., 10 a m. In lieu ol flowers, memorials may be made to The Humane Society. LUr 1 un service. RUZICKA, NETTIE (nee Wegge-mann), fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Tues., Jan. 20, 1987, beloved wife of the late William Ruzicka, wonderful mother of Marion Brunsmann, Dorothy Palmer, Don, Robert and Tom Ruzicka, our dear mother-in-law, grandmother of 1 5, great-grandmother of 1 8. sister-in-law, aunt and great-aunt. Funeral from KUTIS Funeral Home, 10151 Gravois AFF-TON), Thurs, Jan. 22, 9:15 a.m. to Sacred Heart Church (Valley Park), for 10 a.m. Mass. Interment Sacred Heart Cemetery. Masses preferred. In parlor Wed, 2 p.m. SARTORI, LORETTO B. (SIS) (nee Broder), Mon., Jan. 19, 1987, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, beloved wife of Ralph W. Sartori, dear sister of Marie Wood and Eloise (Huch) Wright, dear sis-ter-in-law, aunt, great-aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral from GEBKEN-BENZ Mortuary, 2842 Meramec St., Fri., Jan. 23, 8:30 a m. to St. Anthony of Padua Church for 9 a.m. Mass. Interment St. Peter's Cemetery. Masses preferred. Visitation Wed., 2 P.m.-9 p.m. and Thurs., 11 a.m.-9 p.m. SCHACKMANN See Nolte SCHMIDERER, ANN T. (nee Tonn), Tues., Jan. 20, 1987, wife of the late Joseph A. Schmiderer, dear mother of Annabelle Gaede, Vernon I. and the late Joseph A. Schmiderer, dear mother-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother and aunt. Funeral from SCHRADER Funeral Home, 14960 Manchester Rd. at Holloway. Ballwin, Fri., 10 a.m. Entombment Valhalla Mausoleum. Eastern Star and Daughters of America service time pending. Visitation Wed. and Thurs., 3-9 p.m. . SCHMITT, DR. JOHN B., Rfebi on Mon., Jan. 19, 1987, Egg dear brother of Walter ' C. and Leonard H. Schmitt, dear brother-in-law of Marie (Gude) Schmitt. dear uncle of Charles B. Schmitt, our dear cousin and friend. Funeral from SOUTHERN Funeral Home, 6322 S. Grand, on Fri., Jan. 23 at 9:30 a.m. to Our . Lady of Sorrows Church for 10 a.m. Mass. Interment Resurrection. A member of the Men's Club, Daily World Missionaries and Legion of 1000 Men South. In lieu of flowers, Masses preferred or donations to Society of the Propagation of the Faith, appreciated. Rosary service 8 . p.m., Thurs. Visitation after 3 p.m., Thurs. SCHOOK, PAULINE N. (nee Smith), on Mon., Jan. 19. 1987, beloved wife of the late John Schook, dear mother of the late John Paul Schook, dear grandmother of Sheila Douglas, dear sister, sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt, cousin and dear friend. Funeral from KRIEG-SHAUSER'S WEST, 9450 Olive Blvd., on Wed., Jan. 21 at 1 p.m. Interment Valhalla. If desired contributions may be made to the charity of your choice. Visitation 3-9 p.m. Tues. . SHEPARD, LEIGHTON fk C, Mon., Jan. 19, 1987 Ei beloved husband ot T-v Clara Shepard (nee Nash), dear brother, brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle, cousin and friend. Funeral from FEY Funeral Home, 4100 Lemay Ferry Rd., South of Lindbergh, Thurs., Jan. 22, 10 a.m. Interment National Cemetery. Mr. Shepard was a member of Lambskin Lodge No. 460 A.F. & A.M. and a retired employee of the Swift & Co. Memorials may be given to Shrin-er's Hosp. Lambskin No. 460 service will be held Wed., Jan. 21, 7:30 p.m. IN PARLOR AFTER 2 P.M., WED. SMALLWOOD, JOHN L, Sun. Jan. 18, 1987, beloved husband of Edna Smallwood (nee Huffman), dear father if Irma Lee Hudson and Norma Jean Kea-veny, father-in-law, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother-in-law and uncle. Funeral from SCHRADER Funeral Home, 14960 Manchester Rd. at Holloway, Ballwin, Wed. 11 AM. Interment St. James Cemetery, Wed. 2:30 PM. Visitation Tues. 2-9 PM. SMITH, SOPHIA (nee Heberer), Tues., Jan. 20, 1987, beloved wife of the late Charles Smith, dear sister of Helen Pohlman, Phillip Heberer and the late Nicholas W. Heberer, our dear sister-in-law, aunt and cousin. Funeral from WHITE-MULLEN Chapel, 118 N. Florissant Rd., Ferguson, Thurs., 11 a.m. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorials to First Presbyterian Church, 401 Darst Ave., 63135, preferred. VISITATION 3-8 P.M., WED. STEWART, DR. FRANCES, on Mon., Jan. 19, 1987, wife of the late Dr. Robert Furlong, dear mother of Joan Huisinga, dear grandmother of Robert and Helen and dear aunt. Service at LUPTON Chapel, 7233 Delmar Blvd., Thurs. 1 1:30 a.m. Interment private. Friends may call at Chapel Wed. 2 to 9 p.m. 0230 Florists Remembrance Arranged With Special Care'" AREA FTD FLORISTS STRECKER, ELIZABETH (nee Scherer), Tues., Jan 20. 1987, beloved wife ot the late Frank E. Strecker Sr., dear mother of Dons Bradley Chicago, III., Betty J. Schmaibeck and the late Frank E. Strecker Jr., our dear grandmother, great-grandmother, mother-in-law, sister-in-law, aunt and friend. Funeral service 10 a m. Thurs , Jan. 22. at The HUT-CHENS Mortuary. 675 Graham Rd., Florissant. Interment Arlington Cemetery, Chicago, III. Visitation 6 - 9 p.m. Wea Contributions to The Golden Circle, co Howard Willmoth, 202 Frost Ave, Ferguson, MO 63135, preferred. THOMAS, PERCY, Mon., Jan. 19, 1987, beloved father of Harold and Eural Thomas and Ver-dell Jones, dear brother of Eugene Thomas, dear father-in-law of Myria Thomas and Vernon Jones, grandfather of four and great-grandfather of one. Funeral at Greater Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. 1617 N. Euclid, 11am., Sat., Jan 24. Interment Washington Cemetery. Visitation at WADE Funeral Home, 4848 Natural Bridge. Fri., Jan. 23, 1 p m. TOLER, JOHN V.. suddenly Jan. 20, 1987, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, loving husband of Marguerite Toler (nee Renard), dear fattier of Jane Haas, Denis, Carl and Ellen Toler, dear brother of Marie Williams, dear grandfather of Michael, Joseph, Teresa and Daniel, dear father-in-law and uncle. Funeral from CROGHAN Funeral Home, 7825 Big Bend, Webster Groves, Fri. at 9:30 a.m. to St. Mary Magdalen Church, Brentwood, Mass 10 a.m. Interment Resurrection. Visitation Thurs., 3 p.m.-9 p.m. WALKER, JOE G., Jan. 18, 1987, at Williston. Fla., beloved husband of Tessie Walker, dear father of Joe A., Floyd (Bud) and Jack Walker. Funeral will be held on Thurs. at KNAUFF Funeral Home, Williston, Fla. Mr. Walker was a former manager with ASP. Tea Co. WELLING, LEORA M. (LEE) (nee Poelker). fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, on Sun., Jan. 18, 1987, beloved wife of Louis Welling, dear mother of Thomas L. welling and Mary Lou Norris, mother-in-law of Bonnie Welling and James Norris, grandmother of Rebecca, Jamie, Tommy, Mark and Max, dear sister of Eleanor Zur-liene, Ruth Mary Furtwengler, Orville and the late Virgil Poelker, dear sister-in-law, aunt, niece, cousin and friend. Funeral services from JOHN STYGAR & SON, 9825 Halls Ferry Rd., on Thurs., Jan. 22, 8:30 a.m. to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, for 9 a.m. Mass. VISITATION WED., 2-9 P M. Interment St. Dominic's Cemetery, Breese, III. Masses or donations to Pink Sisters, preferred. YOUNG, IRENE C. (nee Corner), on Jan. 17, 1987, beloved wife of the late Harry L. Young, dear mother of Beatrice A. Clark of Vero Beach, FL, dear grandmother ot Mrs. Mary Stewart of Middletown, Rl, Mrs. Patricia Antonuccio of Brookeville, MD, Von T. Woodbury of Southport, FL, Mariko Gibbs, Irene Whit-tington, Nancy Woodbury and Dorothy Lewis, all of CA, dear great-grandmother of twelve, dear aunt, cousin and friend. Graveside service Thurs., 2 p.m. at Laurel Hill Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, family suggests contributions to the charity of your choice. ALEXANDER & SONS Service. . YOUNG, KENNETH R., Bfe. on Mon., Jan. 19, 1987, teg fortified with the Sacra-" ments of Holy Mother Church, beloved husband of Katharine A. Young (nee Maus), dear father of Patricia Pendell, Karen, Sherry Becker, Jack and Janet McGann, and Susan Knoll, dear grandfather of Angie, Michelle, Christopher, Greg and Rachel, dear brother of William. Audrey Siege, Donald and Yvonne (Shirley) Janssen, our dear father-in-law, brother-in-law, uncle, son-in-law, cousin, and friend. Funeral from KRlEG-SHAUSER'S SOUTH, 4228 S. Kingshighway, on Thurs.. Jan. 22,9 15a.m. to St. Simon, for 10 a.m. Mass Interment Resurrection. Visitation 1 to 9 p.m. Wed. ZUPEZ See Hartman 0170 Fraternal Notices LOCAL 1, I.B.E.W. Please be advised ol the death ot BRO. EDWARD C.KUNTZ Journeyman Wireman on Pension. Member lor 36 years. Died Sat, Jan. 17, 1987. Funeral service in the Chapel of Calvin Feutz Funeral Home, 9480 Lewis & Clark (Hwv 367), Wed., 10:30 a.m. Donald J. Bresnan, Bus. Mor. Fronds J. Telle, Fin. Sec'y 0180 Masonic Notices BENJAMIN FRANKLIN NO. HI STATED COMM. 7:30p.m. FRATERNAL VISIT BY M.W.P. VINCENT KINKEAD DINNER 6:15 P.M. Visiting Brethren Welcome. JACK LITE, WJYl CACHE LODGE 416 A.F. AM. Speciol Comm. Wed., Jan. 21, 7:30 p.m. Short Business Meeting. Examinations. Refreshments. Official Visit ol DDGM BILLY J. BOYER and DDGL WAYNE H. BRANSON BEN PQMERANTZ, WJVi. LAMBSKIN LODGE 0 AF&AM Memorial service tor BRO. LEIGHTON C. SHEPARD, ot Fev Funeral Home, 4100 Lemay Ferrv Rd., 7:30 p.m. Wed. CLAY M. BANKS, WJVI. MOOLAH TEMPLE A.A.O.NJVI.S Regular Monthv Meeting Jan. 21, 1987 Election ol Officers Dinner 5:30 P.M. Meeting 7 P M.. Association Annual Meeting follows Business Meeting THOMAS M. HODGES, D O S. Illustrious Potentate ROSE HILL LODGE 550 AF& AM Brethren please assemble at Krieg-shauser's West, 9450 Olive Blvd., Wed., Jan. 21, ot B p.m. to conduct Masonic services tor our late BRO. SAMUEL HARD. JOHN A ROBBINS, WJVI. 0190 In Memoriam TO PLACE on IN MEMORIAM, PLEASE CALL CHRIS 622-7108 JEAN (22 7115 0230 Florists A Beautiful Way To Show Your Sympathy GRIMM PROFESSIONAL FLORIST GROUP FTD FLORISTS North BRIX 869-4444 West GRIMM & GORIY 391-0101 South KRUSE 892-2666 DOOLEY'S FOIST 690 ST. FRANCOIS 837-7444 Express Your Sympathy With NETTIE'S FLOWERS 5 STORES TO SERVE YOU 3I4...771-9600 3801 SOUTH GRAND GREEN DREAM FLORIST FLORISSANT 8394404 0280-Wonuments R0SEBR0UGH MONUMENT 7001 Chippewa 351-4300 5232 W. Florissant M177U Funeral Directors AMBRUSTER-DONNELLY St. Louis' Mortuary of Distinction 6633, CLAYTON RD. 863 1300 JOHN STYGAR & SON H25 HolH Ferry Rd. 867 1500 LOWER COST CREMATION BURIAL MAYER FUNERAl HOME 4356 LINDELL 53 0m V

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