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2A ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1995 PEOPLE Compiled by Harry Levins Of the Post-Dispatch Staff The Baby Boomlet: Rocker JON BON JOVI has chilled out about his second shot at fatherhood. With his wife, Dorothea, due to deliver Sunday, he tells USA Today: "First one, I had, like Learjets waiting on the runways. This one, it's like, 'Oh, we're having a baby, right?' " Actress LINDA PURL, 39, gave birth Feb. 6 to a son with an unending name: Lucius Jackson Arthur Plantagenet Cary. Her husband is screenwriter Alexander Cary. DARREN E. BURROWS, 29 you know him as lovable oddball Ed Chigliak on "Northern Exposure" is a first-time father. His wife, Melinda Delgado, 30, gave birth to William Franklin on Dec. 29. Marriage seems to have gone stale for WILL SMITH, TV's "Fresh Prince of Bel Air." His wife, Sheree, has filed for divorce. The Smiths, both 26, have a 2-year-old son. Tidbits from Broadway: BETTY BUCKLEY, late of "Eight Is Enough," will be Broadway's next Norma Desmond in Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Sunset Boulevard." The actress will replace GLENN CLOSE on July 4, the day after Buckley's 47th birthday. . JULIE ANDREWS, 59, last opened on Broadway in 1960, in "Camelot." Now, she's returning in the stage-musical version of "Victor-Victoria," which husband BLAKE EDWARDS made as a movie in 1982. Down in Montgomery, Ala., a committee is raising money to make a memorial out of the boyhood home of singer NAT "KING" COLE. He was born in Montgomery in 1919 and lived there until age 7, when his family moved to Chicago. Cole died 30 years ago this week. Slap the name TOM CLANCY on a book, and it sells even if Clancy didn't write it. The author and Steve Pieczenik "created" the plot and characters for a new best-seller, "Tom Clancy's Op-Center," leaving the writing to somebody named Jeff Rovin. Clancy defends his approach as honest. "George Lucas didn't write all the 'Star Wars' books," he says. "Gene Roddenberry didn't write all the 'Star Trek' books." Rolling Stone magazine asked country's WILLIE NELSON who could party the hardest, KRIS KRIS-TOFFERSON or WAYLON JENNINGS. His answer: "Well, I wish you hadn't said Kris. I can out-party Waylon but Kris, he makes it a religion." Somebody asked an aide to ROSEANNE at her wedding this week to Ben Thomas why the guest list included her first husband, Bill Pentland. The answer: "He's the father of her children." So why did it omit second husband TOM ARNOLD? "He's , and you can quote me on that." ON THIS DAY On Feb. 17, 1964, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its "one-man, one-vote" decision on congressional districts. TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS Writer Margaret Truman Daniel 71 Actor Hal Holbrook 70 Actor Alan Bates 61 Football's Jim Brown 59 Actress Mary Ann Mobley 56 Actor Lou Diamond Phillips 33 Athlete Michael Jordan 32 INSIDE TODAY'S POST-DISPATCH TOP COMPUTER HACKER arrested in North Carolina 3A HOUSE REPUBLICANS back away from slashing aid to disabled children 4A JUSTICE DEPARTMENT opens investigation into Commerce Secretary Ronald H. Brown 7 A i ECONOMIC NEWS good for St. Louis, says Federal Reserve president 9D i ANHEUSER-BUSCH expects good year at home and abroad 9D i ATT CUTS PRICES to combat MCI 9D BERKELEY TEACHER suspended after students use profanity in project 1C FLU FINALLY strikes St. Louis . 1C BILL McCLELLAN: Concealed-weapon bill bothers police 1C NEWS ANALYSIS TECHNOLOGY AIDS traditional grass roots of anti-abortion movement 5C i GREGORY FREEMAN: Violence has roots; it is not "senseless," woman says 5C COMMENTARY i RUTGERS CONTROVERSY examined by columnists Richard Cohen, Mona Charen and William Raspberry . . . 7C SOULARD MARDI GRAS features zydeco music and dog parade 1E JERRY BERGER: Trustee gets an "escort" at SIU-Edwardsville 1E BRITISH ROYALTY had problems in the 18th century too, reveals "The Madness of King George" 3E i UPBEAT: After Matthew Sweet's "Altered Beast" CD, it was time for some fun . . 4E i NFL FREE AGENT pool has some marquee players . . . 1D i CRAIG JANNEY'S status with Blues is "undetermined" .1D LOTTERIES POWERBALL GAME Wednesday's winning numbers 09-10-27-34-36 Powerball 40 Wednesday's Powerball winners: 5 Powerball winners 0 ($31 million jackpot.) Saturday's Powerball jackpot is estimated at $38 million. MISSOURI Daily Pick-3 game Thursday's winning number 370 Thursday's Show Me 5 game Winning numbers 03-13-21-28-30 Saturday's Lotto jackpot is esti-mated at $2.3 million. ILLINOIS Thursday's Pick-3 Daily game Midday drawing 992 Evening drawing 297 Thursday's Pick-4 game CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS Midday drawing 4840 Evening drawing 4988 Wednesday's Little Lotto game Winning numbers 04-08-24-27-29 Little Lotto game: First Prize winners: Players matching five numbers . . 5 ($201,475 jackpot, $40,295 for each winner.) Second Prize winners: Four numbers matched 771 (Each will get $185.50.) Third Prize winners: Three numbers matched .. 18,643 (Each will get $5.) Wednesday's Lotto game Winning numbers 02-07-13-36-49-51 First Prize winners: Players matching six numbers . . . 0 ($2 million jackpot.) Second Prize winners: Five numbers matched 29 (Each will get $3,348.50.) Third Prize winners: Four numbers matched 2336 (Each will get $83.) Saturday's Illinois Lotto jackpot is estimated at $4 million. ' ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH Founded by JOSEPH PULITZER, Dec. 12, 1878 HOW TO REACH THE POST-DISPATCH Main switchboard . . . (314) 340-8000 0 Toll free . . . 1-800-365-0820 (Post-Dispatch hours are 8 a.m. -5 p.m., Mon.-Fri, unless otherwise noted) Kim Miller, a resident and former court clerk of Wellston, questioned Mayor Robert Powell at a meeting Wednesday about her firing. Her first name was omitted from a story Thursday because of a computer malfunction. The President Casino on the St. Louis riverfront validates parking stubs. A story Thursday said that players there must pay for parking. Shawn Carson, quoted in a story Wednesday about the hazing death last year of Michael Davis of University City, was not a pledge to Kappa Alpha Psi in 1991. Carson said he attended a Kappa information meeting but did not enter the initiation. Dillard's reduced the price of St. Louis Blues sweat shirts during the recent hockey lockout and continued the discounts after the lockout ended. A story Sunday gave incorrect information about pricing of the sweat shirts. Harper Barnes, the Post-Dispatch critic-at-large. wrote the story about talk-show host Bruce Bradley in Thursday's Everyday section. His byline was inadvertently omitted. NEWS DEPARTMENTS (Most news departments are available 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon.-Fri. City desk is in service every day 8 a.m.-midnight. News tip line available at all times.) News tips 231-7678 Business 340-8200 Calendar 340-8256 Editor 340-8181 Editorial Page 340-8380 Everyday 340-8269 Food 340-8255 Illinois news 340-8162 Local news (City desk) 340-8222 Managing editor 340-8111 Nationalforeign news . 340-8298 Photography 340-8277 Sports 340-8170 Suburban news 340-8163 St. Charles Post 946-3903 Travel 340-8233 NEWSROOM BY FAX Business news 340-3060 Calendar 340-3057 City desk 340-3050 Editorial (letters) 340-3139 Everyday 340-3080 Sports 340-3070 OTHER DEPARTMENTS Publisher 340-8432 Advertising director . . . 340-8575 Circulation director . . . 340-8800 Newspapers in Education 340-8875 Personnel Dept 340-8062 Public Relations 340-8900 Security 340-8930 READER SERVICES (News) Reader's Advocate . . . 340-8250 Photo Reprints 340-8328 Reference Dept 340-8271 SUBSCRIPTIONS, DELIVERY QUESTIONS To start home delivery, for missing papers or other delivery questions 340-8888 (Hours 6 a.m.-6 p.m., Mon.-Fri.; 7 a.m. -3:30 p.m., Sat., and 7 a.m.-noon, Sun.) Mail subscription rate for daily and Sunday is $214 annually for Missouri, Illinois and Arkansas and $293 for other states or APO or FPO addresses. TO PLACE AN AD Classified 621-6666 Death Notices 340-8600 Classified by fax 340-8664 Retail 340-8500 Retail by fax 340-3140 WRITE THE POST-DISPATCH: 900 North Tucker Boulevard St. Louis, MO 63101-1099 Post-Dispatch is owned by the Pulitzer Publishing Co. and is published daily. (USPS: 476-580) Postmaster: Send address changes to above address. Second-class postage paid at St. Louis. SlhosEiioliiiD Trail U. City Fourth-Grader Sets Out To Meet Her Idol By Tom Uhlenbrock Of the Post-Dispatch Staff Thelma Hilliard met a milestone in American history and walked away with a kiss and a lipstick smudge on her cheek. The fourth-graders in Thelma's class at Jackson Park School in University City were asked to write essays about the person they admired most. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a popular subject. So was Rosa Parks. Thelma chose Shirley Chisholm, and drew a portrait of her for extra credit. "She was the first black lady of Congress," Thelma explained, Chisholm, who in 1972 also became the first black woman to run for president, was speaking Thursday night at Webster University. A meeting was arranged. Thelma squirmed in a chair in Sun-nen Lounge, giggling with her parents, Lawrence and June Hilliard. But she immediately recognized the gray-haired woman who strolled by. "That's her," she said, and jumped up to greet the object of her admiration. The 9-year-old was nearly as big as the former New York congresswom-an, who weighed 98 pounds when elected to the House of Representatives in 1968. "I'm a great big fat thing of 115 now," smiled Chisholm. Chisholm marveled at Thelma's artwork and said it would take a prominent place among portraits given her by children throughout the country. "A friend helped me with the glasses," said Thelma. Although she's been out of Congress more than a decade, Chisholm noted that her talks still attract audiences. ., f. ? I ' i 1 f J ( 7 VJr i i J I 1 1 .-A ; 7 1 : A 1 Hr W Sir .! i ' y . . ' 1 Stft7- f --- p" . 'A, Wendi FitzgeraldPost-Dispatch Shirley Chisholm expresses her delight with a portrait painted for her by Thelma Hilliard, 9, of Jackson Park School in University City. The two met Thursday at Webster University. "I tell them education is the key to everything," she said. "They shouldn't pay attention to doomsday criers. Stand firm and persist, and they'll succeed." Chisholm lost her smile when asked how the current Congress was faring. "Don't broach that subject," she said. "There's a real retrogression of the civil rights movement going on in America." But her graciousness returned when yet another question was asked, and her answer was met with disbelief. "I don't get overly excited when people say I was the first black woman to be in Congress," she said. "But I do get excited when I tell them I'm 70, and they say I look 50." After a round of picture-taking, the two walked their separate ways. "I've met a special person," said Thelma. mw)!wiwe.4iMl BULLETIN BOARD AWARDS The Walbridge Caring Communities Program will have its fifth annual awards banquet Feb. 25 at the Holiday Inn-Convention Center. The reception will be at 6 p.m., and the program will begin at 7 p.m. Alice Windom, who coordinates the James T. Bush Center at the Univer sity of Missouri at St. Louis, will be the keynote speaker. Tickets: $25. Information: 261-8282. SEMINARS "Life Begins After Retirement" will be the topic of a seminar at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Behavioral Consultants, 13230 Tesson Ferry Rd. Free. Registration: 843-0080. VOLUNTEERS Sts. Peter & Paul Shelter, 711 Allen Ave., will have a volunteer orientation from 5 to 6 p.m. Sunday. Volunteers are needed for early evening and overnight shifts and to prepare food. 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