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B2 St. Joseph (Mo.) News-Press Obituaries Monday, September 27, 1999 to wmtt Adrasfi oils liw Esther H. Cochran 1909-1999 Esther H. (Peer) Cochran, 90, St. Joseph, died Sunday, Sept.
26, 1999, at a St. Joseph hospital. Mrs. Cochran was a home-maker Born April 11, 1909, in Vin-land, she had lived in the St. Joseph area since 1944.
Mrs. Cochran was a member of City Deaths Esther H. Cochran Robert K. Dillon Sr. Platte City, Mo.
Edith B. Mathis Former St. Joseph resident words that wealthy Americans do not recognize the Lazaruses that abound today. Edelman said the 14 million American children who live in poverty despite a record-high economy is "simply disgraceful." Child poverty is the "longest-running state of emergency" that hasn't been officially declared, she said. She criticized lawmakers, including President Clinton, for wanting to end welfare when the aim, she said, should be ending poverty.
Edelman said states that are saving unspent welfare block grants for a rainy day fund ought to be investing them in ways that help welfare recipients return to work. She praised states such as Maine and Illinois for using block grants to help welfare recipients attend college, and Virginia, for spending $25 million helping 17 communities provide transportation to workers coming off welfare. She touted 10 states for drafting their own earned income tax credit, and nine that have raised the minimum wage above the national. She also praised the state of Washington for regularly indexing its minimum wage according to the cost of living. Edelman sharply criticized Clinton and lawmakers for multi-billion-dollar military expenses when she said the nation seems unwilling to provide safe neighborhoods for its children.
Fund, said the challenge today is the same as when Martin Luther King launched his Poor People's Campaign in the days before he was assassinated in 1968. "He said the real question is 'do we have the As we stand in the dawn of the next century, that is still the real question," Edelman said. "We know how to end hunger. We need the political will." Edelman served as King's counsel for the Poor People's March that he organized before his death. She spoke Sunday at the national conference of Second Harvest, a national food bank network based in Chicago.
Citing the scriptural story of the rich man who ignores the poor Lazarus, she recalled King's 'V MATTHEW HICKSThe (Pittsburg) Morning Sun the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society to become a certified veterinary acupuncturist. Lame, a 4-year-old dachshund, is one of Dr. Painter's patients who has been relieved of pain thanks to the ancient Chinese art. Dr. Mary Sue Painter of Town and Country Animal notorial in Frontenac, is offering a new form of aid to patients with problems not solved by conventional medications veterinary acupuncture.
Painter studied for four months at Marian Wright Edelman speaks at conference of food bank network By CHERYL WITTENAUER Associated Press KANSAS CITY In the 1960s, a young civil rights lawyer persuaded two U.S. senators to go to Mississippi, where people were starving, to see poverty for themselves. More than 30 years later, Marian Wright Edelman called on an audience Sunday in Kansas City to "build a powerful movement" to end poverty in America. Edelman, founder and president of the Children's Defense Chinese healing helping animals By NIKKI PATRICK The (Pittsburg) Morning Sun PITTSBURG, Kan. Lanie suffered from a painful slipped disc, not an uncommon problem for dachshunds.
"She was even paralyzed for a while, and we bought one of those little carts for her, like a wheelchair for dogs," said Lanie's owner, Christy Strahan. "It just tears your heart out when you see your pet suffer and you can't do anything about it." But Lanie is walking again and seems to be in little discomfort, thanks to the ancient Chinese medical treatment of acupuncture the insertion of needles in specific points on the body for a healing effect. "It seems to depend on the individual animal," said Mary Sue Painter, the only certified veterinary acupuncturist in this area. "Lanie and some other patients have had an excellent response to this treatment, while some others have shown less." Painter said she became interested in veterinary acupuncture when a client who lives in Lawrence took her Lhasa Apso, who has suffered from back problems, to a veterinary acupuncturist in that area. "She was desperate, and the only other option for her dog was surgery, which could have cost thousands of dollars and the outcome was not guaranteed," Painter said.
"Fortunately, her dog also had very good results. That got me started thinking about it." In October 1996 she began taking courses in Florida through the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society. Betty J. (Frost) Dassero, 72, St. Joseph, Mass of Christian Burial: 10 a.m.
today, Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, St. Joseph. Entombment: Mount Olivet Cemetery Mausoleum, St. Joseph. Arrangements: Heaton-Bowman-Smith Sidenfaden Chapel, St.
Joseph. Phyllis Jean (Williams) Denton, 71, Lawrence, formerly of Whiting, graveside service and burial: 11 a.m. today, Springhill Cemetery, Whiting. Arrangements: Dishon-Maple-Chaney Mortuary, Horton, Kan. Grace C.
(Will) Goodell, 102, Falls City, burial: 1 p.m. today, Steele Cemetery, Falls City. Arrangements: Dorr Funeral Home, Falls City. Margaret G. (Scrlbner) Hahn, 90, Falls City, 10:30 a.m.
today, Dorr Funeral Home, Falls City. Burial: Steele Cemetery, Falls City. Orbyn Hughes 68, Forest City, 10:30 a.m. today, Chris- ESTHER HAZEL COCHRAN Funeral services will be conducted at 1 P.M. Tuesday at the Rupp Chapel.
Rev. Pat Sampson officiating. The interment will be at Bethel Cemetery, DeKalb, MO. The pallbearers will be: Mark Page, Jerry Page, Daryl Pierce, Tom Mann, Bob Robinson and Rex Robinson. The family will receive friends today (Monday) from 6 to 8:30 P.M.
at the Funeral Home. Fmssral Hosna 6054 Pryof 238-1797 the Ashland Avenue United Method ist Church, St. Joseph. She was preceded in death by her husband, Leo; and a brother, Clare Peer. Surviving: a son, Robert, El Mrs.
Cochran Paso, Texas; two daughters, Janice Sampson, DeKalb, and Barbara Robinson, St. Joseph; four brothers, Marion Peer, Kansas City, Glen Peer, Wichita, and Ray and Jess Peer, both of Gardner, nine grandchildren; two stepgrandchildren; several great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. Service: 1 p.m. Tuesday, Rupp Funeral Home, St. Joseph.
Burial: Bethel Cemetery, DeKalb. Visitation: 6 to 8:30 tonight at the funeral home. Robert K. Dillon Sr. 19 2 5-1999 PLATTE CITY, Mo.
Robert K. Dillon 74, Platte City, formerly of St. Joseph, died Friday, Sept. 24, 1999, at a North Kansas City hospital. Mr.
Dillon had worked for the EM. Agee Allis Chalmers Dealership, Platte City, and Farmland Industries. He also served in the Army during World War II. He was born April 17, 1925, in St. Joseph.
Mr. Dillon was a member of the Platte City First Baptist Church. On March 9, 1948, he married Imogene Bradford in St. Joseph. She survives of the home.
Additional survivors: a son, Robert K. Kansas City; a daughter, Dolores Bird, Platte City; a sister, Beatrice Agee, Helena, and three grandchildren. Service: 2 p.m. Tuesday, Rollins Funeral Home, Platte City. Burial: Platte City Cemetery.
Edith B. Mathis 1903-1999 Edith B. (Thornton) Mathis, 96, St. Joseph, died Saturday, Sept. 25, 1999, at a local healthcare center.
Mrs. Mathis was a retired child-care worker at King hill Baptist Church, St. Joseph. Born Aug. 26, 1903, in Doniphan County, she moved to St.
Joseph in 1924. Mrs. Mathis was a member of King Hill Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, James in 1961; a daughter, Lillian her parents, Elijah and Jane Thornton; three brothers, Albert, George and John Thornton; six sisters, Sally, Late notices Dr. Dennis J.
Bowman LANCASTER, Penn. Dr. Dennis James Bowman, 41, Lancaster, formerly of Amazonia, died Friday, Sept. 24, 1999, in a Lancaster hospital. Service: 11:30 a.m.
Friday, Breit Hawkins Funeral Home, Savannah. Burial: St. John's United Church of Christ Cemetery, Amazonia. Visitation: after 8 a.m. Thursday at the funeral home, where the fmaily will receive friends from 10 to 11:30 a.m.
Friday. Lois L. Deatz ROCK PORT, Mo. Lois Lovell Deatz, 93, Rock Port, died Sunday, Sept. 26, 1999, at a Rock Port health-care center.
Service: 10 a.m. Tuesday, Rock Port Baptist Church. Burial: English Grove Cemetery, Fairfax, Mo. Visitation: after 10 a.m. today, Minter Funeral Chapel, Rock Port.
MR. CLIFTON SCHINDLER Memorial Services 3:00 P.M. Monday, Clair United Methodist Church. The Rev. William Wasson officiating.
Inurnment Memorial Park Cemetery. The Family suggests memorial gifts to Clair United Methodist Church. Meierhoffer Family Funeral Service "Where more is oflered in a nicer way" St. Jotaph Savannah "There were four sessions over four months," Painter said. "I'd go for almost a week at a time.
I had to pass an exami nation, write up a case history that had to be approved, and spent a 40-hour internship with a certified vet-e i a acupuncturist" She said the courses covered both the Chinese philosophy behind acupuncture and the results of western research into the Nobody has do acupuncture or reptile ready if they I've been and Missouri Deaths Dr. Dennis J. Bowman Lancaster, Penn. Lois L. Deatz Rock Port, Mo.
Kansas Death Hazel M. Sowles Nortonville, Kan. Cynthia and Birdie Thornton, and Cora Meade, Mary Duncan and Martha Moppin. Surviving: a brother, Fred Thornton, St. Joseph.
Service: 2 p.m. Tuesday, Clark-Sampson Funeral Home, St. Joseph. Burial: King Hill Cemetery, St. Joseph.
Visitation: after 2:30 p.m. today at the funeral home, where the family will receive friends from 7 to 8:30 tonight. Hazel M. Sowles 1903-1999 NORTONVILLE, Kan. Hazel M.
(McCoy) Hoffman Sowles, 95, Nortonville, died Saturday, Sept. 25, 1999, at a Nortonville health-care center. Mrs. Sowles was born Dec. 1, 1903, in Valley Falls, Kan.
She was a member of the Nortonville Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star; Nortonville United Methodist Church; a Bible study group, of the church; Rebecca Lodge; American Legion Auxiliary; Flower Club; and Get Together Club, all of Nortonville. She also had been a member of the Center School board. On Aug. 23, 1920, she married William Hoffman. He died in 1946.
On Oct. 2, 1953, she married Clyde Sowles. He died in 1989. Mrs. Sowles also was preceded in death by her parents, Carl and Mary McCoy; and two brothers, Barney and Perm McCoy.
Surviving: three sons, Mac Hoffman, Effingham, Bill Hoffman, Gardner, and John Hoffman, Nortonville; two daughters, Dorothy J. Hagen, Flower Mound, Texas, and Rosemary Cummings, West Des Moines, Iowa; 14 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren. Service: 11 a.m. Tuesday, Nortonville United Methodist Church. A private burial will be held at a later date at the Nortonville Cemetery.
Family visitation: 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday at the church. Memorial contributions may be sent to the Nortonville Methodist Church. Arrangements: O'Trimble Funeral Home, Nortonville. Services Lena Alice Coleman, 92, Lath-rop, 10:30 a.m.
today, Bailey Funeral Home, Lathrop. Burial: Lathrop Cemetery Paul O. Crouse, 84, Phoenix, formerly of Mound City, 11 a.m. today, Mercer Mortuary, Phoenix. Family visitation: one hour before the service at the funeral home.
MR. JOHN C. SLOVER Mr. Slover has been cremated. A Memorial Service will be held Monday at 1 P.M.
at Heaton-Bowman-Smith Siden-faden Chapel. The Rev. Darrell Jones officiating. Private Inurnment at Mt. Olivet Cemetery.
The family has requested memorials be made to The American Cancer Society. MRS. BETTY J. (FROST) DASSERO Mass of Christian Burial 10 A.M. Monday at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church.
The Rev. Gregory Haskamp Celebrant. Entombment Mt. Olivet Mausoleum. The family has requested memorials be made to Hope (Hospice) House in St.
Joseph. Heaton-Bowman-Smith and Sidenfaden Chapel 'Caring, in All Thai We Do 3609 Frederick Blvd. 232-3355 asked me to on a bird yet, but I'm do. So far treating dogs cats. Mary Sue Painter, veterinary acupuncturist Painter explained.
"Acupuncture the inserting of needles or placing of pressure on specified acupunc ture points is believed to balance this energy." Western research has shown that acupuncture can increase blood circulation, relieve muscle spasm, stimulate nerve regeneration and cause the release of hormones such as endorphins, one of the body's pain control chemicals. Painter learned the appropriate acupuncture points for a host of animals, from hamsters and ger- bils to cows and horses, birds and reptiles. The Chinese, for example, used acupuncture to prevent founder and colic in their horses. Painter, however, confines her practice to small animals. "Nobody has asked me to do acupuncture on a bird or reptile yet, but I'm ready if they do," she said.
"So far I've been treating dogs and cats." She has used the method for a variety of ailments, including seizures, skin diseases, intestinal problems and conditions involving the immune system. "I have a patient with kidney disease who's doing well, and I've had tomcats with urinary tract blockages who've really bounced back," Painter added. She uses very find, almost hairlike needles, and leaves them in the animal about 10 to 15 minutes. "If it's an older patient, I may leave the needles in less time," Painter said. The Planned Parenthood Clinic in Kansas City where no abortions are performed has been the site of many protests by abortion opponents.
In February of this year, the clinic was one of several Planned Parenthood centers around the nation that were targets of hoax threats of biological weapons exposure, forcing staffs and patients to undergo decontamination. "We live in an environment where we have to be eternally vigilant about potential violence. The threat is always there," Brous said shortly after a doctor who performed abortions was killed by a sniper through the window of his home in Amherst, N.Y. KC loses health-care leader Associated Press KANSAS CITY Patricia Brous, who rose from volunteer to president and chief executive officer of Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri, has died at the age of 55. Brous died Friday at North Kansas Hospital after a battle with cancer, her family said.
She had had an earlier bout with breast cancer in 1985. Through the years, Brous became a familiar figure as Planned Parenthood responded to changes in Kansas and Missouri laws on abortion, including annual attempts by the Missouri Legislature to ban state funding for the organization. WI) ancient treatment. "The Chinese believe that disease is the result of an imbalance of energy in the body," tian Church, Forest City. Burial: Forest City Cemetery.
Arrangements: Chamberlain Funeral Home, Oregon, Mo. In the obituary for Mr. Hughes, which appeared in Friday's News-Press, a survivor was not submitted for publication. He also is survived by his mother, Alpha Hughes of Gower, Mo. His wife is known as Mary Lou.
William Thomas "Bill" Jones, 78, Chillicothe, 2 p.m. today, Norman-Wagy-Gordon Funeral Home, Chillicothe. Military graveside service and burial: Christison Cemetery, Livingston County, Mo. Grace (Solel) Kelley, 100, Liberty, formerly of Cainsville, 11 a.m. today, Stoklasa Memorial Chapel, Cainsville.
Burial: Zoar Cemetery, Cainsville. Mae Murrain, 107, Braymer, formerly of Brookfield, 11 a.m. today, United Methodist Church, Braymer. Burial: Park Lawn Memory Garden, Brook-field. Arrangements: Pitts Funeral Home, Braymer.
Clifton D. Schlndler, 83, St. Joseph, memorial service: 3 p.m. today, Clair United Methodist Church, St. Joseph.
Inurnment: Memorial Park Cemetery, St. Joseph. The body has been cremated. Arrangements: Meierhof-fer Family Funeral Service, St. Joseph.
John C. Slover, 59, St. Joseph, memorial service: 1 p.m. today, Heaton-Bowman-Smith Sidenfaden Chapel, St. Joseph.
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