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The Kansas City Star from Kansas City, Missouri • Page 18

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VEST AVAUm COM METROPOLITAN JO wwwkanaaacitycom 3 TIHS-lt AN8A8 CITY STAR Friday April 2004 Your Health is A Second Look FUNERAL: MAST workers say goodbye Second Look is a sophisticated computer aided detection(CAD) system that assists radiologists by providing a computerized second review of the mammogram This system works by digitizing a mammogram then analyzing the digitized image Once complete a Mamma-graph is provided to the radiologist highlighting areas of concern Clinical trials of the CA1) system have shown up to 26 increase in the detection of breast cancer in the battle against cancer early detection is the key Second Look provides the tools for a more complete review of your mammogram nathy said who loved to fish and ride horses All MAST workers clad in uniforms with black armbands were allowed to attend the funeral Neighboring agencies had volunteered to cover their stations After the funeral employees returned to their posts said Eric Dooley MAST spokesman this kind of business we have to have our moment and we had that" he said armbands will come off and go To reach Dawn Bormann police reporter for The Star call (816) 234-7749 or send e-mail to dbormann Qkcstar com "She was staying here with you her professional Mary Jane Malone said felt your Her dedication to work helped her get through a "constant barrage of harassment and fear in her personal her mother said Her relationship with Brown also helped "She was able to find the love and the happiness she deserves with Tye her mother said The relationship also sparked a change in Brown A friend said meeting Malone had changed him was really a whole different person" James Abernathy said Brown a father of two had served in Iraq Germany and Saudi Arabia He was a loyal friend Aber said tragedy is only how their lives ended The true sum of their lives was their choice to serve others and care for humankind They both made a personal and professional decision to spend their lives tending to those truly in mother Mary Jane Malone said her enthusiasm and were an inspiration to others Katherine Malone had been adopted at age 13 but let a childhood spent in foster care weigh her down She joined the choir went to college and set out to become an emergency responder felt as though I was watching a flower bloom" her mother said Malone considered moving back to Indianapolis after the divorce but quickly changed her mind To schedule ymir next mammogram with Second Look please call 913-469-6161 Continued from B-l one and "Brown lived separately Malone and Brown were the first MAST employees to die on duty The funeral drew mourners from throughout North America Flowers 'arrived from firefighters in Tennessee Massachusetts and elsewhere Mer the service emergency responders from local agencies shook hands with comrades from Omaha Neb Des Moines Iowa and Toronto WOM of the deaths had spread qUlddy through the firefighters' association of which both Malone and Brown were members all said Greg Colton district vice president Of the Ontario Professional Fire Fighters Assotiatioa things can be devastating for a locaL You look at the coffee table where that person sat every day Makes it hard to go to work" As emergency responders wiped their eyes Schaitberger gave the eulogy and urged the nearly 1000 mourners to remember Malone and lives "Their lives should not be summed up by their deaths" he Evening Appointments Now Available For Mammogram Screenings and Bone Density Exams Johnson County Imaging Center 12000 noth St Suite 500 Overland Park KS Phone: 913-469-8998 Fax: 913-469-5695 Weekends Weekday After 11:00 OPEN MRI X-RAY ULTRASOUND MAMMOGRAPHY NUCLEAR MEDICINE CT GOLF SPECIAL! 2 Golfers -18 Holes OAK COUNTRY mth lan wl Regular $4000 1 -GOLF COURSE Twilight Special! Unlimited Golf wcart $17 per person After 3:00 pm 7 Days a Week Hillside Village of De Soto A Senior Community with Care No Coupon Needed (913) 583-3503 K10 Kill Creek Exit Desoto Kansas Set our in the MISSING: Family searching for answers Continued from B-l One coupon per group Assisted Living Skilled Nursing Rehab Services There are many great reasons to choose Hillside Village Reason 3 Convinced me! After my hospital stay I needed skilled nursing care for just a few weeks m-m 1 Membership Drive i Membership Unit Non Resident 1 Reg $1500 Special 1000 Plus One FREE Dues Reg $280 Expires 53104 The rehabilitation program at Hillside Village got me back on my feet Now a Hillside Village assisted living resident And loving Itl Call our Administrator 9 1 3583 1 266 for a tour free list of reasons for choosing our Senior Community with Caret Hillside Village of De Soto 33600 85th St De Soto KS 66018 Providing Rehabilitation Services So You May Live Independently in Assisted Living ALVAMAR COUNTRY CLUB 1611 St Andrews Drive Lawrence KS 785-843-2842 Happy Easter from Cingular Wireless PUBUC NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF JOHNSON COUNTY KANSAS Child In Need of Care Proceedings Under Chapter 38 of KSA In the Interest of JETAIAH LUCERO Dale of Birlh: 092603 A Child Under the Age of 18 Years Case No 04JC316 Division 2 NOTICE OF HEARING TO: Troy Jarret father all unknown grandparents of the above Respondent and all other persons who are or may be concerned: The name of the mother is Alisha Lucero A Petition has been filed in the aforementioned Court by Donald Hymer Jr Assistant District Attorney for Johnson County Kansas alleging thal pursuant to KSA 38-1502 Jetaiah Lucero is to be determined a Child in Need of Care in that the subject child is without proper parental care control subsistence education as required by law or other care or control necessary tor the physical mental or emotional health and the lack of such control is not due soley to the lack of financial means of the parent (s) and by reason of the inability andor unwillingness of the parent (s) to provide the child with proper and necessary support and care the child is presently in the care custody and control of the Secretary of the Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation ServicesThe Petition further requests that by reason of the foregoing the Court issue Orders of protective temporary and permanent custody The evidentiary hearing on the Petition will be to determine if the said minor child is a Child in Need ot Care and if so to ascertain whether the care custody and control of the said minor child shall continue to be with the Secretary of the Social and Rehabilitation Services Sony Ericsson T226 FREE with 2-year service agreement Each of you is required to appear before the Court at 3:00 o'clock pm on the 19th April 2 Kansas City of Olathe Division 2 or prior to that time file your written response to the ingitout" Dozens of people maybe as many as 200 attended the party Stites said Large numbers of interviews are being conducted The sheriff disclose in detail what information they have produced But a fight did occur at the party he said Whether Brooks was involved is not clear he said Stites said he has no indication that: conflict between blacks and whites played a role in the disappearance Brooks is black Many of the party attendees were white But Stites said the investigation is wide-ranging look at every he said Officials of Move Up a Kansas City area anti-crime organization said they believe the disappearance should be investigated by the Kansas Bureau of Investigation as a possible hate crime Melissa Thompson a crisis worker with the group said she had received information that Brooks received racially oriented threats at the party and argued with someone there Officials at the Kansas Bureau of Investigation de clined to com- ntiinrp ment Thurstay yidntv except to say they were assisting the county sheriff Family members have been to La Cygne and early this week found boots and a cap belonging to their relative The family also askedMove Up for assistance in spreading information about the missing man Move Up pro- duced a handbill advertised on the radio talked with authorities and people who may have information about the party and held a prayer vigil ip La Cygne earlier this week Thompson said Move Up has no information to suggest that Brooks disappeared from home before can't see any signs of him being a she said Cindy Brooks wife of Billy Brooks said her missing relative is a kind and well-liked man As the sibling in the family others looked out for him little Alonzo" she said done baby-sitting changed diapers" Brooks who worked for a build ing maintenance company did not drive a car He was not married A reward of $2000 has been offered $1000 from Move Up and $1000 from the family Anyone with information can can the UPS Hotline at (816) 474-ITPS (474-8477) BiDy Brooks said the family know what to do next hope Brooks said "You want to believe Out there someplace" To reach John A Dvorak call (816) 234-7743 or send e-mail to JdvorakQkatarAom pleading with the Clerk of the Court If the child is determined a Child In Need ot Care and the Court finds the parent(s) to be unfit the court may issue an Order permanently terminating the parent (s) parental rights Stephen Sickel an attorney has been appointed to represent the child as the Guardian Ad Litem Each parent or legal custodian ot the child has the right to appear and be heard personally either with or without an attorney The Court will appoint an attorney tor a parent or legal custodian who is financially unable to hire one Clerk of the District Court by Carolyn Weil A KU STUDENT cingular fits you best THIS IN TODAY FOR BRING Learn how you can be one too! 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