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3 AUG 3 1 1991 4B SI LOUIS POST-DISPATCH SATURDAY, AUGUST 31. 1991 POLICECOURTS BRIEFS 1991 VP Fair Levee Une Shuttle CcMHunttOfi PtaaaQ 1 I O Public Parking HV UTM ' St. Charts c Affv Bl-State Transit will run free VP Fair Levea Line buses on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, permitting fairgoers to park in outlying parts of downtown and ride to the fairgrounds at the Arch. The buses will run every five minutes from noon until after tie fireworks display on Saturday and Monday. On Sunday, they will run from 10 a.m. until after the fireworks show. two-story building apparently were killed in the blaze. The building's owners, Carl and June Hunt of St. Louis, said the building was uninsured and up for sale. Eighty firefighters battled the four-alarm blaze. It was out within 45 minutes. MISCELLANEOUS Alton: Dana L. Self, 20, and Michael J. Wallace, 25, both of the 1000 block of west Ninth Street, Alton, were charged Friday in Madi-. son County Court with four counts each of unlawful delivery of cocaine. The charges state they sold less than a gram on June 19 and 29, and between one and 15 grams on . June 12 and 21. Associate Judge J. Lawrence , Keshner set their bond at $25,000 each on each of the four counts , they were charged with. St. Louis: The parents of a 14-year-old boy filed suit Thursday In -St. Louis Circuit Court against the ' Civil Air Patrol, the Boy Scouts of America, and Edward Albert' Newman. The parents, identified only by-their intitials J.L and K.L., claimed . the groups were negligent in hiring Newman, who physically assaulted , and sexually molested their son in 1989, when he was 12. Newman, 27, was sentenced last : year to 54 years in prison for sexu-' ally assaulting several boys. He was ,-convicted of three counts of sodomy, one count of deviant sexual assault and two counts of indecent , exposure. The suit says Newman ; served in various capacities with . both groups, and asks for an unspecified amount in damages. . , The following incidents were among those that were reported to police departments in the St Louis metropolitan area or that involved action in one of the area's courts: ASSAULTS St. Louis: Police believe drive-by shooting late Thursday that critically wounded two people in the 1900 block of Union Boulevard may be gang-related. Injured were Rodney Staples, 26, and Terrell Minnis, 17. Staples was shot in the chest and Minnis was shot in the shoulder at about 11:30 p.m. Police say a large brown car carrying four or five people pulled to the curb, and the occupants started shooting at Staples and Minnis. Police said the victims had had dealings with gangs. Staples lives in the 5300 block of Wabada Avenue and Minnis lives in the 5000 block of Vernon Avenue. Venice: Alfred White, 19, of the , 200 block of Weaver Street, Venice, was charged Friday in Madison County Court with one count of aggravated battery with a firearm. White was accused of shooting Landls Patton in the leg with a shotgun. Judge J. Lawrence Keshner set White's bond at $100,000. FIRES St. Louis: An auto parts store and warehouse at 2420 Hadley Street went up in flames early Friday. The cause of the blaze, at C & H Auto Parts, is being investigated. The fire at the century-old building was spotted at about 3:50 a.m. Two guard dogs who slept in the strained relationship between the president and the trustees, arising from operational decisions. It would serve no useful purpose to enumerate the areas of Irreconcilability." GRADUATE COURSES Harris-Stowe, Maryville Offer Cooperative Plan A cooperative program will begin this fall between Harris-Stowe State College and Maryville University. The "bridge" program will allow Harris-Stowe seniors to enroll in two Maryville graduate business courses consumer behavior and statistics. The courses will be offered at the Harris-Stowe campus. After graduating from Harris-Stowe, students will be able to apply the credit from the courses toward an MBA at Maryville. Harris-Stowe does not have a graduate studies program. JEFFERSON CITY Appointments Chief Gets Job Security Post Alan Franklin, who oversees all gubernatorial appointments, has himself been appointed director of the Missouri Division of Employment Security. Franklin will replace Tom Deuschle, who is leaving to run Secretary of State Roy Blunt's campaign for the Republican gubernatorial nomination. Both Franklin and Deuschle helped in Ashcroft's re-election campaign in 1988. Deuschle ran the campaign, and Franklin served as executive director of Friends of Governor Ashcroft. The division has 1,600 employees and is the state's second largest division. Post-Dispatch Jefferson City Bureau MISSOURI HAZELWOOD SCHOOLS Superintendent Set To Retire In Two Years Hazelwood School Superintendent Francis Huss has announced his plans to retire in two years. "I feel it's time to sit out," said Huss, 64. Now that the district is on a high note, I can take a rest" In the last Huss year, Hazelwood district voters have approved a $10 million bond issue for capital improvements, a 19-cent tax increase and waived a 34-cent property tax rollback. '"We've accomplished a lot of things," said Huss, who has been superintendent since 1987. CREVECOEUR Baptist College Picks Interim President Thomas Field, an education consultant and former president of ; William Jewell College in Liberty, Mo., was appointed Friday as interim president of Missouri Baptist College in Creve Coeur. , The college's president, J. Edwin ; Hewlett Jr., was dismissed Thurs-' day by the college's Board of Trus-1 tees. Hewlett had been president since April and held the job on an ' interim basis since December. The board's president, Michael Olmsted of Springfield, Mo., said in a statement Friday: "In recent months there had developed a Belgian Airline Won 1 1991, Reuters News Service BRUSSELS, Belgium Belgium's national airline, Sabena, will stop transporting exotic birds after Sept. 1, it announced Friday. The airline said it had always respected international standards for humane transportation of birds and animals captured in the wild but had been persuaded to stop carrying birds Coast Guard Slices I Alton Belle's Capacity ! Man Jailed For Cutting Wife's Ear Off By Patrick E. Gauen Of ths Post-Dispatch Staff The Coast Guard said Friday that it has certified the Alton Belle gambling boat to sail anytime, but with only 475 paying passengers instead of the 600 planned because of a stability analysis run in Washington. Meanwhile, the Illinois Gaming Board asked for revisions in the Belle's auditing system. The revisions may put off the riverboat's opening for another week or more. The Coast Guard's decision cuts the capacity for paying passengers by nearly 21 percent. That would mean as many as 5,500 fewer gamblers a week. The numbers do not include 60 staff people figured Into each trip: pilots, dealers, waitresses and guards. "We expected it; this was not a setback," said J. Thomas Long, chief financial officer for the Alton Riverboat Gambling Partnership, which owns the boat. He said revenue projections were based on passenger loads of 60 to 80 percent. "We never expected to put 600 on the boat," he said Friday afternoon. Counting slot machines and gaming tables such as blackjack, the 152-foot vessel has about 480 gambling positions spread over its three decks. Gaming Board Secretary Jim Nelson said Friday that the auditing changes being sought cannot be dis 1991, Reuters News Service NAIROBI, Kenya A man was jailed for seven months for cutting off his wife's ear after she told him at 11 o'clock in the morning that she had not prepared his lunch, a newspaper reported Friday. oooo . . . . Washington JJ ) 88? ct k t ! rs Post-Dispatch Map Sports Skills Challenge Three areas where armchair athletes can compete in Softball throws, football throws, basketball dunks, spiking a volleyball or kicking a soccer ball. 7:30 a.m. VP Fair 3-K and 10-K runs, starting at the Old Courthouse. rTTjYTfn 1 0 a.m. Fair opens. LctcJ-' 11 a.m. VP Fair Air k I I X . Show sponsored by Mc-n Donnell Douglas. t jj.iii. oiyx iuur 11 iuii band on the Budweiser Main Stage. r iin r- : r-V Show sponsored bv Mc- &fx Donnell Douglas. i8 p.m. Bill Cosby on Ithe Budweiser Main 2sss U stage. 9:30 p.m. Fireworks display. Seniors Program (All day) Headquartered in the Clarion Hotel, seniors can participate in activities at the hotel and on the Arch grounds. 10 a.m. Labor Day Parade, beginning at 14th and Olive streets. 11 a.m. Smokey Robinson on the Budweiser Main Stage. 1 p.m. VP Fair Air Show sponsored by McDonnell Douglas. 5 p.m. VP Fair Air Show sponsored by McDonnell Douglas. 7 p.m. Kenny Rogers on the Budweiser Main Stage. 9:30 p.m. Fireworks display. Neighbor's Murder "laser joints." She was eight months pregnant at the time. The jury returned its verdict after deliberating about four hours at the end of the two-week trial. Associate Judge Robert J. Hille-brand scheduled sentencing for Oct. 17. Willoughby faces a minimum of 20 years in prison. The victim, Hattie Haney, was found Sept. 7 in her home at 1035 North 43rd Street in Washington Park. JONES, MARIE M. (nee Hurst), Fn.. Aug. 30, 1991, dear wife of Ralph J. Jones, dear mother of Betty Bohling and the late Ralph J. Jones, Jr., dear grandmother, great-grandmother, mother-in-iw, aunt and cousin. Funeral service Sat., 2 p.m. at PFITZINGER Mortuary, 331 S. Kirkwood Rd. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. Visitation 10 a.m., Sat. until time of service. u Memorials to St. Louis So- aL. ciety for Crippled Children. KATZ, SELMA SAIFER, Aug. 28, 1991 . dear wife of the late Morris Katz, beloved sister of the late Leah Rea (Robert) Shampaine, and the late Emmanuel Sailer, our dear aunt, great-aunt, cousin, and friend. Graveside service Sun., 12 Noon at New Mt. Sinai Cemetery. 8430 Gravois Rd. In lieu of flowers contributions appreciated to Covenant House or a charity of your choice A RINDSKOPF-ROTH SERVICE LAYTON See Burke MORRIS, ANNA LOUISE (nee Barnes), Wed., Aug. 28, 1991, beloved wife of the late George J. Morris, dear mother of Lucille Butler, dear sister of Nelle Ce-lano, dear grandmother of two, and great-grandmother of two, dear mother-in-law, sister-in-law, aunt, and friend. Funeral service 1 p.m. Tues., Sept. 3, at The HUTCHENS Mortuary, 675 Graham Rd., Florissant. Interment National Cemetery. Visitation 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tues. In lieu of , flowers, contributions to JU the American Heart Assn. tS O'LAUGHLIN, FRANCIS (FRANK), fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Aug. 30, 1991, beloved nusoand of Ruby O Laughlin (nee Eubank), loving father of Jo (Joe) Roche and Michael (Gina) O'Laughlin, dearest grandfather of Jason and Ryan Roche, and Jessica O'Laughlin, dear son of Mary Grace (nee Ferguson) and the late Ambrose 0 Laughlin, dear brother of Rita, Patrick, Beth and Jimmy O'Laughlin, and Mary Grace Fleming, our dear brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle, cousin, and friend. Frank was an employee of U.E. for over 38 years, and a member of I.B.E.W Local 1439. Funeral from JOHN STYGAR & SON S, 9825 Halls Ferry Rd., on Mon., Sept. 2. at 9 a m to Our Lady of Loretto Church, for 9:30 a m. Mass. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Memorials to the American Cancer Society mutim s,iw.ii, w. , , in Fran s memory appreciated. VISITATION SUN., 2 TO 9 P.M. 7mm 10 a.m. VP Parade, beginning at 14th and Olive streets. Noon to 1:30 p.m. VP Fair Air Show sponsored by McDonnell Douglas, featuring the F-117A Stealth Fighter. 2 p.m. Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings on the Budweiser Main stage. 5 p.m. VP Fair Air Show sponsored by McDonnell Douglas. 7 p.m. Huey Lewis and the News on the Budweiser Main Stage. 9:30 p.m. Fireworks display. Anheuser-Busch Exhibit (On the south Arch grounds) Exhibit outlines how to preserve the environment through recycling. Amusement Rides (South end ofLeonor K. Sullivan Boulevard) Various adult and children rides, featuring a 100-foot Ferris wheel. Drive to Win Challenge (On the levee) Hitting golf balls from a tee on Leonor K. Sullivan Boulevard to a floating barge on the Mississippi River. The first hole-in-one wins a 1992 Buick Park Avenue. Family Village (South pond) Ronald McDonald's Playland, T-shirts, stage entertainment and face painting. High School Bandstand (Entrance to the fairgrounds) a School bands from throughout the area will perform throughout the weekend. Woman Is Guilty Of By Robert Goodrich Of the Post-Dispatch Staff Terri Willoughby of Washington Park was convicted Friday of first-degree murder in the stabbing of a 78-year-old neighbor woman the prosecution said was killed for money to buy cocaine. Willoughby, 30, testified Thursday that she could not have killed the woman because she spent that night "getting high" on liquor and cocaine Index Anielak, Eugene K. Burke, Dorothy E. Dittmer, Lawrence I. Flacke, Viola B. Graves Haley Huck.RuthV. Jacob, Rose B. Jones, Marie M. Kaiz, Selma Sailer Layton Morris, Anna Louise O'Laughlin, Francis (Frank) Parsons, Virginia E. Pennington, James C. (Cliff) Pessoni, Angelo F. Pirkl, Esther R. Reidt.RayW. Schiffman, Bernard C. Soraghan, Catherine V. Voorhees Webb DITTMER, Aug. 26. 1991. of Florence Soenke), dear Olttmer and father-in-law Dittmer, dear Denise and dear friend. Funeral were held at the RUNGE Iowa. In contributions made to the Cancer Society. ments by BOPP FLACKE, Pfeiffer), on beloved wife of Flacke. dear E. Worstell of Donald J. grandmother aunt, cousin Funeral Sat., ZIEGENHEIN Gravois. Cemetery. If may be Disease Assoc. AFTER 5 P.M., GRAVES See Burke OBITUARIES Dr. Jacob Reby, 71; Dr. Jacob Reby, a retired dentist, died Thursday (Aug. 29, 1991) at Barnes Extended Care facility in Clayton after suffering from cancer. He was 71. Dr. Reby, of Town and Country, had a private practice in St. Louis from 1945 until he retired last year. He was a former chairman of the dental staff at Lutheran Medical Center and at Bethesda General Hospital. Born in New York, he got his bachelor's degree from Brooklyn College. He graduated in 1944 from the Washington University Dental School. He served in the Army Air Forces in NOTICES FUNERAL Joyce Warren; Was Beaumont Counselor t Carry Exotic Birds by animal protection and environment lobbies. Brussels is a major hub for the transport of wild animals, many of which are captured illegally. The German airline Lufthansa has already stopped carrying exotic birds. The Dutch airline KLM and British Airways restrict the types they carry. The Daily Nation newspaper reported that the court in the port city of Mombasa also had sentenced Mwero Shakoma to two strokes of the cane for brutality. Was Retired Dentist World War II and in the Korean War. A private graveside service was held Friday at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. Among the survivors are his wife, Dr. Adele Reby; a daughter, Rachel Eidelman of Clayton; a son, Jacob W. Reby of Clayton; and four grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to City College Fund, in care of City College of New York, 138th Street and Convent Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10031, or to a charity of the donor's choice. who related well to students, her colleagues and to parents and community people. She gave of herself to the profession." Mrs. Warren was born in St. Louis. She got her bachelor's degree from the old Stowe Teachers College and her master's degree from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. A funeral service was held Friday at Third United Presbyterian Church, 2426 Union Boulevard. Burial was in Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. Among the survivors are her husband, Cardie J. Warren; and a daughter, Wanda Youngblood of St. Louis. 88; Retired Teacher and master's degrees from Washington University. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Agnes Home, 10341 Manchester Road, Kirkwood. Visitation will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday at Bopp Chapel 10610 Manchester Road, Kirkwood. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. She was the daughter of Dr. John T. Soraghan, a prominent St. Louis physician. There are no immediate survivors. Mr. Flournoy was a graduate of Sol-dan High School and earned a bachelor's degree from Lincoln University in Jefferson City. He did work on his master's degree at Howard University. Among the survivors are his wife and three children, all of Tel Aviv; his mother. Bertha Johnson and stepfather, King Johnson, both of St. Louis, and his father, Jones Flournoy and stepmother, Beatrice Flournoy, both of Chicago. closed for security reasons. But be I added, "I would not characterize it as a major thing at all." - I Long said the partnership would re-! spond with revisions next week. ' Nelson indicated that it might be two weeks or more before the state t certifies the Belle to begin taking-gamblers out on the Mississippi River from Alton as the state's first legal t casino in about a century. ' t. Once the auditing concerns are met, -the board's staff and maybe the board itself will take a test cruise ; before members meet formally. to grant permission to run. No cruise or '. meeting has been scheduled. ; z Cmdr. David Anderson, Coast -Guard marine safety officer at St.! Louis, said Alton Belle workers were proficient In emergency drills on; Thursday. The drills Included re- sponding to make-believe fires and 1 launching the vessel's small rescue;; boat to retrieve a dummy In "man- overboard" simulations. . ? Anderson said the weight of gambling equipment and distribution of people through the boat were taken into account in a computer-assisted examination of the boat's stability.- ' i Figures to help guide that analysis were obtained about a week ago when the Coast Guard supervised the taking of measurements while weights were moved around the decks to take the place of passengers. , LOCAL 1. I.B.E.W. -Please be advised of me death of ' RO. ARTHUR L. KAPPELMANN C Maintenance. Retired Member 38 vears. Died Aug 24. 1991 Services were held. Donate J. Bresnon, Bus. Mgr. Francis J. Telle, Fin. Sty. Please be advised the death of RO. JOSEPH W. NEWSHAM ' Aug. 29, 1991. Retired Funeral Sat., Aug. 31, 9.X a.m.' from Buchhoiz Spanish Lake Mortuary. 1645 Redman to St. Plus X Church (135 Sheoley) for 10 a.m. Mass. Private Inter-, ment Jefferson Barracks. JOHN H. HAAKE, PRES. KEN MEYER, SECY. 0190111 MemeritM Ferris, Diana M. July n. lm. Aug. 31. 1959. We miss you 0230 FlorisH DIERBERGS FLORIST FOR FlORAl TRIBUTES FUNERAL HOME Dollvi 7 DATS WEEK 2 DELIVERIES MON-SAT Call before Neen for Sun. Delivery . 4327077 - DOOLEY'S FLORIST 490 ST. FRANCOIS M7-7444 0260 Ce entities Mllfseteuiis 3 LOTS, Valhalla Cemetery. Section 27, S1200. call 429-0034. TOPUCE ; YOUR IN MEMORIAM, 1 PLEASE CALL . ANNE : 622-7108 JEAN : r 622-71 1 LAWRENCE I.. Mon., beloved husband Olttmer (nee mother of Peggy Larry Dittmer. dear of Lillian (Mickey) grandfather of David Dittmer, our services and Interment Thurs., Aug. 29, Mortuary, Davenport, lieu of flowers, may be American , Arrange- ijL Chapel: . REIDT, RAY W., Aug. Rb. 30, 1991, beloved father E3 of Keith (Anda) Reidt. 1 Gena (Kurt) Hogan and Jan (Terry) Pearl, beloved brother of Leroy (Pauline) Reidt and Arline (Robert) Suthero, dear grandfather of Jared and Korey Hogan, dear uncle and friend. Visitation 4:30 p.m., Sat., Aug. 31 at NIEBURG-VITT, THIEBES Funeral Home, Pacific, MO. Funeral service 2 p.m., Sun. at Funeral Home. Interment Sunset Cemetery. Pacific, MO. Memorials preferred to St. Joseph's Hospital Cancer Care Center, Kirkwood. MO or the American Cancer Society. SCHIFFMAN, BERNARD C, Fri . Aug 23, 1991, beloved husband of (tie late Marian C. Schiffman, dear father of Don J. Schiffman and Marlene J. Cook, dear fa-thur-in-law, grandfather, and great-grandfather. Memorial Mass Wed., Sept. 4, 1991 at 10 a.m. at Incarnate Word Catholic Church, 13416 Olive Blvd., Chesterfield, Mo. 63017. Masses preferred. VIOLA B. (nee Wed.. Aug. 28, 1991 . the late Elmer A. mother of Jeannine Sunnyvale, CA and Flacke, dear mother-in-law, of 6, great-grandmother of 1, sister-in-law, and dear friend. 1 p m . JOHN L. & SONS, 7027 Interment Mt. Hope desired contributions made to the Alz-heimers 4 Related Disorder VISITATION FRI. Joyce H. Warren, a retired counselor at Beaumont High School, died Tuesday (Aug. 27, 1991) at Christian Hospital Northeast in north St. Louis County after a brief illness. She was 65. Mrs. Warren, of Florissant, began her career in 1954 as an elementary school teacher in the St. Louis public schools. She taught at Vashon High School for a year before becoming a counselor at Beaumont in 1966. She continued in that post until she retired in January. Charles Brasfield Jr., principal of Beaumont, said of Mrs. Warren: "She was a dedicated, conscientious person Catherine Soraghan, Catherine V. Soraghan, a retired schoolteacher, died of infirmities Thursday (Aug. 29, 1991) at St. Agnes Home in Kirkwood. She was 88. Miss Soraghan taught at Clayton High School for 39 years before she retired in 1968. She previously taught at Ferguson High School for about four years. She was a volunteer for about 20 years with the League of Women Voters in SL Louis. Miss Soraghan was born and grew up in St Louis and earned bachelor's PARSONS, VIRGINIA E. (nee Bartlett), Thurs., Aug. 29, 1991, beloved wife of Thomas R. Parsons, dear mother of Jay C. and Thomas R. Jr. and the late William G. Parsons, dear mother-in-law of Rose and Jean Parsons, dear grandmother of Alan, Ga-bnelle. Nathan, Jeremy, Jennifer and Thomas R. Ill, dear sister of Robert E. Bartlett, our dear sister-in-law, aunt, cousin, and friend. Funeral service at WHITE-MULLEN Mortuary, 118 N. Florissant Rd., Ferguson, Sun., Sept. 1, 2 p.m. Services terminate at Mortuary. VISITATION . SAT., 3 TO 9 P.M. Mrs. Parsons was a member of D.A.R. and Mended Hearts. In lieu of flowers, donations to American Lung Assn.. or American Heart Assn. appreciated. PENNINGTON, JAMES C. (CLIFF), on Thurs., Aug. 29, 1991, beloved son of the late James A. and Mary L. Pennington (nee Crawford), dear brother of John M. Pennington, dear brother-in-law of Dorothy A. Pennington, our dear uncle, great-uncle, cousin, and friend. Mr. Pennington was a longtime resident of Friendship village South. No visitation. A memorial service will be announced at a later date. FITZGERALD-KRIEG-SHAUSER MORTUARY Service. PESSONI, ANGELO F.. Frl., Aug. 30, 1991, Baptized into the Hope of Christ's Resurrection, beloved husband of Josephine H. Pessoni (nee Patritti.) dear father of Louis Pessoni and Rita LaR-ose, dear father-in-law of Carole Pessoni, and Richard LaRose, dear brother of Charles Pessoni, and Josephine Baltz of Waxaha-' chie, Tex., dear grandfather of Jill Bollwork, Mark Pessoni, John Pessoni, Christine Snyder, Cheri laRose. Steve LaRose and Scott LaRose. and great-grandfather of Brittney LaRose, dear uncle, cousin, and friend. Funeral from HOFFMEISTER COLONIAL Mortuary, 6464 Chippewa at Watson. Tues., Sept. 3, at 9:15 a.m. with Mass celebrated at Epiphany of Our Lord Church, 10 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Masses preferred. VISITATION SUN. AND MON, 3 TO 9 P.M. PIRKL, ESTHER R. (nee Shroder). Aug. 29, 1991 . beloved wife of the late Paul Pirkl, dear mother of Katharine Haley, Verona Coen, our dear grandmother, great-grandmother, mother-in-law, sister, aunt, great-aunt and friend. Service at ORTMANN'S, 9222 Lackland, Overland, Mon., Sept. 2, 10 a.m. Interment Valhalla. Visitation after 1 p.m., Sun. SORAGHAN, CATHERINE V.. fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Thurs.. Aug. 29, 1991, dear daughter of the late Dr. John T. and Mollie Dunn Soraghan, dear sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral Mass Tues., 10 a.m. at St. Agnes Home. 10341 Manchester Rd., Kirkwood. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Visitation Mon., 4-8 p.m. at BOPP Chapel, 10610 Manchester Rd., Kirkwood. Miss Soraghan was a teacher at Clayton High School for many years. Memorials preferred to the League of Women Voters, Cardinal Glennon Memorial Hospital or your favorite charity. V., of St. Louis 29. 1991, beloved (ate Edward P. Huck, of Alphonso H. mother-in-law of Sue dear grandmother Kenton, Janet and great-grandmother memorial service. preferred to the Museum Foundation, Arts Drive, St. Louis, fPavback. Inc.) Ju VOORHEES See Huck Program, St. Juvenile Court, HALEY See Pirkl ANIELAK, EUGENE K.. on Thurs., Aug. 29, 1991, beloved wife of Charlotte G. Anielak (nee Poor), dear son of Walter and Rose Anielak (nee Drozkowskil of Benton, MO. dear father oi Michelle Sanchez, Mark S. Anielak. Cindy Tillman, Daniel S. Anielak, Suzanne Anielak, Tracy Anielak and Travis K. Anielak, dear brother of Melvin Anielak and Arlene Husemann, our dear grandfather, father-in-law, rother-in-law, son-in-law, uncle, cousin and friend. Services at First Christian Church of St. Ann, 33SO Adie Rd.. Mon., 10:30 a.m. Interment Hiram Cemetery. Mr. Anielak in state at ALEXANDER t SONS, 11101 St. Charles Rock Rd. at Lindbergn, Sun. Irom 3-9 p m. and again at church on Mon. from 9 30 a m. until time of service. Contributions in memory of Mr. Anielak may be made to the Shiloh Children s Home, 404 E. College, Shelbina, MO 63468. BURKE, DOROTHY E. (nee Mul-lineaux), on Thurs., Aug. 29, 1 991 , beloved wife of Thomas T. Burke, dear mother of Donald C. Webb, Frances (Sue) Webb, Irene Graves, Barbara L. Layton and Margaret L. Flucke. dear daughter of Frances Mullmeaux, dear sister of Charlene Cnder, dear grandmother, great-grandmother, cousin, aunt and friend. Funeral at KRIEGSHAUSER SOUTH Mortuary, 4228 S. King-shighway on Sun. Sept. 1 at TO a m. Visitation on Sat., 2-9 p.m. HUCK, RUTH County, Aug. wife of the dear mother Voorhees, Ittner Voorhees, of Reed Voorhees, of five. Private Contnbutions St. Louis Art 1 Fine MO 631 10 or venile Restitution Louis County 501 S. 63105. utHOtM JACOB, ROSE beloved wife Oee Jacob, Julius (Kay) Faye, Max dear and Kay of Marilyn great-aunt of our beloved friend. Mrs. Jacob Hadassah Graveside at United 7855 Canton preferred to choice. A SERVICE. Jonas R. Flournoy, 42; Teacher In Israel Brentwood Blvd., Arrangements WEBB See Burke 0170 fritemal Netlm inapei. A memorial service for Jonas Ray Flournoy, a native of St. Louis who was a teacher in Tel Aviv, Israel, will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday at St. Peter's A.M.E. Church, 4730 Margaretta Avenue. Burial was in Tel Aviv. Mr. Flournoy, 42, died Aug. 21, 1991, of injuries he suffered in an automobile accident in Tel Aviv, where he had been living for the last 12 years. He taught at elementary and high schools in Tel Aviv. Before moving there in 1979, he was a computer technician for Ozark Airlines and IBM. B Aug. 29, 1991 , of the Tate Murey dear sister of the late Bialock and the lata and Gilbert Bialock, sister-in-law of Esther Bialock Bialock. dear aunt (Harold) Oglander and Gail and Brian Oglander, dear aunt, great-aunt, cousin and good was a member of and the City of Hope. service Sun., 10 a.m. Hebrew Cemetery, Ave. Contributions a charity of your RINDSKOPF-ROTH LOCAL I, I.B.E.W. Please be odvlsed of the death of Sre. Rollomt w. Caldwell Journey Wlreman Member 31 years. Retired Died Aug. 21. 1991 Funeral service Sot 11 a.m. at Nleburg-VItt Funeral Home, 310 Elm, Washington, MO. Visitation 4-9 p.m Thurs and all day Frl Donald J. Bresnan, Bus. Mgr. Francis J. Telle. Fin. SeCy, Call Classified Monday through Friday 8 AM TO 5 PM TO PLACE YOUR ADS POST QISPATCH CLASSIFIED 621-6666

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