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Decatur, Illinois Wednesday, August 17, 1994 CENTRAL ILLINOIS A7 Dickson DECATUR E. Mabel Hilton Ferguson Dickson, 94, of Decatur . died in the home of her niece Ar-dith and husband Tom Binkley at 7 a.m. Tuesday (Aug. 16, 1994). Services will be 1 p.m. Thursday in Brint-linger's Funeral Home with visitation one hour before services. Burial will be in Mount Gilead Cemetery. Memorials: Decatur Memorial Hospice Unit or Mabel Dickson Central Christian Church. Mrs. Dickson was born Feb. 7, 1900, in Dalton City, the daughter of William and Lena Hilton. She was a member of Central Christian Church and a lifetime member of Order of the Eastern Star. She retired from J.C. Penney Co. in 1963. Surviving members of her family are her son, William B. Ferguson and wife Marie of Mesa, Ariz.; daughter-in-law, Mrs. Curtis W. (Pauline) Ferguson of Decatur; stepdaughter, Jannette Huskey of Las Vegas, Nev. ; six grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; six great-great-grandchildren; two stepgrandchildren; three great-stepgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, one son, two brothers and three sisters. Stufflebeam DECATUR Rose M. Stufflebeam, 66, rural Lewis town, formerly of Decatur, died Tuesday (Aug. 16, 1994). Member: Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church, rural Lewistown, and Lewis town Business and Professional Women's Association. Survivors: husband, Floyd H.; son, Eugene, Lewistown; brother, Raymond Kaler, Decatur; sister, Anna Bob-bitt, Decatur; four grandchildren. Preceded by: parents, three brothers, one sister. Graveside services: 11 a.m. Friday, Apple Cemetery, Lewistown. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Henry Memorial Home, Lewis-town. Memorials: Spoon River Hospice or Apple Cemetery. Vaughan DECATUR Pearl Koontz i Vaughan, 93, of Decatur died 9:56 a.m. Tuesday (Aug. 16, 1994) in Americana Healthcare Center. Graveside services will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Graceland Cemetery. Dawson & Wikoff West Wood Street Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Memorials: Americana Pearl Vaughan Healthcare Center, Arcadia Wing. Mrs. Vaughan was born in Decatur on Jan. 16, 1901, the daughter of William W. and Emma Cayton Koontz. She was a member of First United Methodist Church. She married Otis Samuel Vaughan in Decatur on Jan. 6, 1923. He preceded her in death on Oct. 20, 1981. Surviving are her daughter, Mrs. Edward (Barbara Ann) Whi-taker of Decatur; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, one son, Jack E. Vaughan, two brothers and one sister. Beck TOWER HILL Opal L. Beck, 76, of Tower Hill, formerly of Ston-ington, died 6:25 a.m. Tuesday (Aug. 16, 1994) in St. Vincent Memorial Hospital, Taylorville. Services will be 10 a.m. Friday in Howe & Yockey Funeral Home, Shelbyville, with visitation from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday. Burial will be in Tower Hill Cemetery, Tower Hill. Mrs. Beck was born Sept. 30, 1917, in Vandalia, the daughter of Thomas McCoy and Rosa Mae Barbee Dilley. She married John L. Boyer on Nov. 23, 1935. He died on Dec. 28, 1968. She married Gale A. Beck on Dec. 5, 1969. Surviving are her husband; sons, John T. Boyer of McCord-sville, Ind.; Roger A. Boyer of Springfield; daughter, Mrs. Bob (Mary Lou) Keller of Tower Hill; stepsons, Ronald Beck of Stoning ton; Roger Beck of Oblong; stepdaughter, Maxine Gregory of Decatur; brothers, Dale Dilley of Shelbyville; Lloyd Dilley of Long Branch, N.J.; Gerald Dilley of Tower Hill; sisters, Dona Sims of Maroa; Edith Wright of Taylorville; seven grandchildren; 12 stepgrandchildren; ten greatgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, Orville and Sam Dilley, and one sister, Lucille Fry.' ' i t N t w1 ' B Decatur, Macon County DICKSON, E. Mabel (Hilton Ferguson), Decatur STUFFLEBEAM, Rose M, Decatur VAUGHAN, Pearl (Koontz), Deca-. tur Central Illinois BECK, Opal L. (Dilley), Tower Hill CAREY, Leo E. Sr., Edinburg C0LCLASURE, Violet, Louisville CUNNINGHAM, James M., Patoka FERGUSON, C. Eugene "Gene," Hammond GRIFFIN, Raymond J., Mattoon HAWK, Edith R., Effingham INGRAM, Kenton B., Effingham KETTELKAMP, Elizabeth, Noko- mis LETNER, Beulah M., Toledo MASTERS, Mildred M., Taylorville MERRIAM, Esther DeVore, Hammond M0RETZ, Harrison M. II, Taylorville N0RFLEET, Molly B., Monticello PARKER, William C. "Bill," Monticello VCELKER, Arthur A., Altamont WEAVER, Ethel May, Clinton NOTE: The Herald & Review publishes, free of charge, a onetime notice of any death in the area we serve. There are limits on the amount of information included. However, for obituaries created in a fashion dictated by the family, there is a charge of $8.50 a published inch. Any information desired can be included in paid obituaries. The obituary desk is open from 3:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily at 421-7969 or 1-800-453-3639. Carey EDINBURG Leo E. Carey Sr., 57, of Edinburg died 4:52 p.m. Monday (Aug. 15, 1994) in his home. Services will be 1 p.m. Thursday in Dawson & Wikoff Funeral Home, II-liopolis, with visitation from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in Long Point Cemetery, Niantic. Leo Carey Mr. Carey was born June 13, 1937, in Harvel, the son of James E. and Perlena Mae Smith Carey Sr. Prior to his illness, Mr. Carey owned and operated Carey's Disposal in Edinburg. He married Grace Ann Adams on Nov. 30, 1957. Surviving are his wife; sons, Charles "Chuck" and wife Dee Dee, Kevin and wife Paula, all of Mount Auburn; Joe and wife Vicki of Niantic; Leo Jr. "Gene" of Har-ristown; brothers, Frank of Portland, Ore.; Jim, Max, Roy and Jerry, all of Illiopolis; Jess of Chicago; Cleo of Pine Bluff, Ark.; sisters, Betty of Niantic; Stella of ' Gillespie; Louella of Springfield; grandchildren, Deanna, Shawn, Shane, Pat, Austin and Allison, all of Mount Auburn; Taren, Jodee, Zach and Joey, all of Niantic. He was preceded in death by his parents, stepmother, one son, Mark, two brothers, Lester and Richard, and one sister, Ester. Colclasure LOUISVILLE Violet Colclasure, 75, rural Louisville, died Monday (Aug. 15, 1994). Member: Bethel Christian Church and Friendly Neighbor Club. Survivors: husband, Howard; sisters, Sarah Teaque, Auckland, New Zealand; Grace Matthews, Northern Belfast, Ireland. Preceded by: parents, two brothers, two sisters. Services: 11 a.m. Thursday, Bethel Christian Church, rural Louisville. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Neal Funeral Home, Louisville, and one hour before services Thursday in the church. Burial: Oskaloosa Cemetery, rural Xenia. Memorials: Clay County Cancer Society or Bethel Christian Church Building Fund. Horfleet ' MONTICELLO Mollie B. Norfleet, 83, Monticello, died Tuesday (Aug. 16, 1994). Arrangements incomplete: Trigg & Calvert Funeral Home, DeLand. Weaver CLINTON Ethel May Weaver, 99, Clinton, died Monday (Aug. 15, 1994). Member: First Christian Church, Clinton, and DeWitt County Home Extension. Survivors: son, Merle, Clinton; brothers, Jim Jones, Blue Island; Paul Jones, Largo, Fla.; sisters, Kath-erine Ubbenga and Mildred Yar-brough, both of Decatur; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Preceded by: parents, husband, three brothers, two sisters. Services: 11 a.m. Thursday, Calvert Funeral Home, Clinton. Visitation: one hour before services. Burial: Memorial Park Cemetery, Clinton. Memorials: First Christian Church, Clinton. 'if rrk Cunningham PATOKA James M. Cunningham, 74, Patoka, retired from J.M. Donnelly Trucking Co., died Monday (Aug. 15, 1994). Army veteran. Member: Catholic Church. Survivors: son, James Michael, Dallas, Texas; daughter, Sandra Clemons, St. Louis, Mo.; sisters, Angie Godberson, Vera; Dorothy McNary, Brownstown; Margie Schmitt, Vandalia; Eileen Weaver, Shobonier; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Preceded by: parents, wife, two brothers, three sisters. Services: 1 p.m. Friday, Hohlt & File Funeral Home, Vandalia. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday. Burial: Fairlawn Cemetery, Vandalia. Ferguson HAMMOND C. Eugene "Gene" Ferguson, 68, Mesa, Ariz., formerly of Hammond, retired owner and operator of Ferguson Limestone, died Friday (Aug. 12, 1994). World War II Navy veteran. Member: Elks Lodge 1970, Tuscola, and American Legion Post 105, Decatur. Survivors: wife, Jua-nita; sons, Don, Bryson City, N.C.; Roger, Urbana; Dan, Monticello; daughter, Karen Ferguson Birch, Hammond; mother, Ber-nice Ferguson, Bement; brother, Mike, Hammond; sister, Betty Crowder, Neptune, N.J.; 12 grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Preceded by: father. Services: 11 a.m. Saturday, Shrader Funeral Home, Arthur. Visitation: one hour before services. Burial: Hammond Cemetery, Hammond. Memorials: East Valley Samaritan Hospice, 2222 S. Dobson, Suite 401, Mesa, Ariz., 85202. Griffin MATTOON Raymond J. Griffin, 62, Mattoon, retired from Quantum Chemical, Tuscola, died Tuesday (Aug. 16, 1994). Army veteran. Survivors: sons, James, Decatur; John, Mattoon; daughters, Jan Garza, Marquette, Mich. ; Gayla Gagnier, Gainesville, Fla.; Lisa Jaco, Mattoon; mother, Louise Griffin, Paris; brother, Don, Mattoon; sisters, Helen Heinrich, Mayville, Wis.; Beverly Radloff, Mattoon; Jean Lowry, Paris; seven grandchildren; one great-grandchild. Preceded by: father, one daughter, one brother. Services: 2 p.m. Thursday, Mitchell-Jerdan Funeral Home, Mattoon. Visitation: two hours before services. Burial: Dodge Grove Cemetery, Mattoon. Memorials: St. Mary's Hospital Pulmonary Rehabilitation Unit, Decatur. Hawk EFFINGHAM Edith R. Hawk, 87, Effingham, died Monday (Aug. 15, 1994). Member: Centenary United Methodist Church, Effingham. Survivors: husband, Warren A. Preceded by: parents, two brothers, two sisters. Services: 2 p.m. Wednesday, Johnson Funeral Home, Effingham. Visitation: one hour before services. Burial: Oakridge Cemetery, Effingham. Memorials: donor's choice. Ingram EFFINGHAM Kenton B. Ingram, 32, Effingham, worked for the Opportunity Center, Teutopo-lis, died Monday (Aug. 15, 1994). Member: Calvary Baptist Church, Effingham. Survivors: father, Dale Ingram, Silsbee, Texas; mother, Betty Ingram, Effingham; brothers, Roger, Lum-berton, Texas; Jack and Doyle, both of Keller, Texas; Bruce, Lyle and Lowell, all of Effingham; Shawn, St. Louis, Mo.; sisters, Gloria Brown, Amarillo, Texas; Penny Hathaway, Vandalia; Brenda Ingram, Bridgeport, Texas; Melissa White, Neoga; Angela Ingram, Effingham. Services: 2 p.m. Thursday, Pa-gel Funeral Home, Edgewood. Visitation: 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday. Burial: Keens Chapel Cemetery, rural Farina. Memorials: donor's choice. Merriam HAMMOND Esther DeVore Merriam, 94, Hammond, died Friday (July 15, 1994). Memorial services: 3 p.m. Sunday, Hammond United Methodist Church, Hammond. Memorials: Hammond United Methodist Church. Arrangements: Mackey-Wright Funeral Home, Monticello. Moretz TAYLORVILLE Harrison M. Moretz II, 62, Taylorville, former employee of Taylorville A & P, died Monday (Aug. 15, 1994). Survivors: wife, Sharon; sons, Harry M. Jr. and James, both of Seattle, Wash.; daughters, Mrs. Kurt (Ruth) Poindexter, Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. Bob (Beth) McKee, Bellingham, Wash.; Mrs. Mannie (Vicki) Peters, Taylorville; Mrs. Jarrod (Tammy) Burney, Kin-caid; sister, Elaine Combs, Henderson, Nev.; six grandchildren. Preceded by: parents, one brother. Services: 10 a.m. Friday, Con-nolly-McClure Funeral Home; Taylorville. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday. Burial: Macon County Memorial Park, Harris town. Kettelkamp NOKOMIS Elizabeth Kettelkamp, 79, Nokomis, died Tuesday (Aug. 16, 1994). Member: St. Louis Catholic Church and Altar Society, Nokomis. Survivors: son, John, Nokomis; brother, Clement "Dutch" Stauder, Nokomis; sister, Lena Stauder, Hills boro. Preceded by: parents, husband, five brothers, two sisters. Services: 2 p.m. Thursday, St. Louis Catholic Church, Nokomis. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday with 6 p.m. wake service and 8 p.m. rosary. Burial: Kettelkamp Cemetery, Nokomis. Memorials: Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children and Catholic Children's Home, Alton. Letner TOLEDO Beulah M. Letner, 94, Toledo, died Monday (Aug. 15, 1994). Member: Salem United Methodist Church, rural Toledo, and Toledo American Legion. Survivors: son, Everett W., Fisher; daughter, Norma Lott, Springfield; two grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Preceded by: parents, husband, two sons, one ' daughter. Graveside services: 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Toledo Cemetery. No visitation. Arrangements: Barkley Funeral Home, Toledo. Masters TAYLORVILLE Mildred M. Masters, 82, Taylorville, died Monday (Aug. 15, 1994). Member: Calvary Baptist Church, Taylorville, and Christian County Farm Bureau. Survivors: husband, Hers-chel; son, Larry A., Blue Mound; daughter, Leta A. Hartke, Litchfield; brother, Dwight German, Decatur; sister, Genevieve Fisher, Taylorville; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Preceded by: parents, three brothers. Services: 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Sutton Memorial Home, Taylorville. Visitation: 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday. Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Taylorville. Parker MONTICELLO William C. "Bill" Parker, 77, Monticello, died Tuesday (Aug. 16, 1994). Arrangements incomplete: Mackey-Wright Funeral Home, Monticello. Voelker ALTAMONT Arthur A. Voelker, 87, Altamont, retired farmer, died Monday (Aug. 15, 1994). Member: Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Altamont, and Effingham County Farm Bureau. Survivors: son, Ronald A., Mason; daughter, Mrs. William (Nancy) Byars, Piano, Texas; brother, Gilbert, Washington, Mo.; sisters, Mrs. Walter (Esther) Ferchow and Mrs. Wilbert (Irene) Alwerdt, both of Altamont; three grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Preceded by: parents, wife, two sisters, six infant brothers and sisters, one granddaughter. Services: 11 a.m. Friday, Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Altamont. Visitation: after 5 p.m. Thursday, Kull Funeral Home, Altamont. Burial: Bethlehem Lutheran Church Cemetery, Altamont. Memorials: Bethlehem Lutheran Church or Lutheran Care Center, Altamont. 1 J Central Illinois Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center, Coles County GREEN, Richard and Toni, Mattoon, girl, Aug. 16. Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital, Lincoln CONNER, Tara L., Mount Pulaski, boy, Aug. 16. St. Vincent Memorial Hospital Taylorville C0NRA0, Cindy, Springfield, boy, Aug. 16. Decatur St. Mary's Hospital HOLMES, Brad and Elizabeth (James), 329 S. Linden, boy, Aug. 15. CLARK, James and Nancy, 971 N. Oakland Ave., boy, Aug. 15. Memorial Medical Center, Springfield JACKSON, Michael and Mario (Jones), Assumption, girl, Aug. 10. Former residents St. Joseph Medical Center, Joliet PAPE, Michael and Ten (Hicks), Odell, girl, July 30. In ku yJlP Ponaii-I Does I a .. . .. -i.l I Any Make or Model I Expjres81394 J '-; . ' - - . trowii is Studies show no link between hormone replacement, tumors. CHICAGO (AP) Breast-cancer patients who take estrogen do not appear to increase their risk of additional tumors, say doctors who reviewed studies on the subject. . Most women diagnosed with breast cancer get chemotherapy, which hastens menopause. But doctors commonly withhold estrogen, which could ease the discomfort of menopause, for fear the hormone could reactivate the cancer. However, a review of studies on the subject found no evidence that estrogen promotes additional breast tumors, and any possible risk may be outweighed by estrogen's benefits, said Dr. Melody 14-year-old convicted of murderinq preschooler BATH, N.Y. (AP) A 14-year-old boy who bludgeoned and strangled a preschooler while suffering from what his lawyer claimed was a disorder that made him prone to uncontrollable rage was convicted Tuesday of murder. In convicting Eric Smith, the jury rejected the rage-disorder claim along with charges of manslaughter. Eric could get as much nine years to life in prison. JACKAL: Unfazed by court Continued from A1 stairs at the justice center in the heart of Paris to his two-hour meeting with Judge Jean-Louis Bruguiere. Chains stood out against his white pants, beige sweater and brown slip-on shoes. Seated on a hallway bench awaiting the judge, Carlos bantered with his guards about guns. Then the doors of Bruguiere's chambers opened. "Ah, here's the judge, how's it going?" Carlos, a native of Venezuela, said in French. "And you?" Bruguiere replied. "Still alive, for a long time to come," answered Carlos, whose death had been rumored numerous times. Then, to his escorts, he added, "This guy, he's a star." Bruguiere charged Carlos with "complicity in voluntary homicide and injuries and destruction by explosives leading to death and permanent injuries." A panel of judges is expected to charge him later with the fatal shooting of two counterintelligence agents in 1975. A French court convicted Carlos in absentia in 1992 and sentenced him to life in prison for those slayings, but under French law he will have to be retried. Carlos' two attorneys are Oussedik and Jacques Verges, who has made a career of defending notori For insurance call Susan Vermette Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. Stat Farm Imurance Companies Home office, Btoomington, Rlinoit mmmmmmmm ILLINOIS mmmmmsmm associatio w Qoruinn noucnarwc cm IRfiR 1993 Award Winner SPECIAL The Ear Hearing Aid $(o)(0)(0) Expires 81934 nDoes Your Hearing Aid Whistle? i uu nave i i io unuiiaiiinf Your Hearin9 Aid Use A Lot of Batteries? FREE HEARING AID CLEANING and check up (any Make or Model) ailed safe. si cancer Cobleigh, director of the Comprehensive Breast Center at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center in Chicago. Estrogen reduces the risk of heart disease and osteoporosis, which makes bones brittle. Cobleigh led the review for the-Eastern Cooperative Oncology Group, 4,000 doctors who do can-" cer research. The report was published in Wednesday's Journal of the American Medical Associa- ', tion. , Giving breast-cancer patients chemotherapy and then withholding hormone replacement may be a matter of "trading short-term improvements in survival for long-term losses in survival," Cobleigh said. Besides that, "we have a lot of miserable patients walking around." He was tried as an adult. The freckle-faced redhead said that he saw 4-year-old Derrick Ro-bie walking along the sidewalk to a day camp they attended and coaxed him into the woods on the pretext of taking a shortcut. Eric said he squeezed the boy's neck, stuffed a paper towel and a, plastic lunch bag in his mouth, battered his head with a stone, then crushed his skull with a 26-pound rock he had pulled out of the soil. ous clients, including Gestapo chief Klaus Barbie and Magdalena Kopp, a West German terrorist who reportedly married Carlos after a term in French prison. The 1982 bombing with which Carlos was charged Tuesday was less bloody than other crimes in which he is a main suspect, including the 1975 attack on OPEC . headquarters and the 1976 hijacking of an Air France plane to Entebbe, Uganda. ' But the charge carried the symbolic weight of the hand of justice coming down on a man who eluded Western intelligence networks for two decades. Interior Minister Charles Pas-qua said Monday that Carlos was responsible for at least 15 deaths in France and 83 worldwide. Oussedik told the AP by telephone that his client's arrest was a "mafioso deal" between France and Sudan. "He was overpowered, bound, drugged. They gave him a shot ... put a mask on him and he was put on a French plane" with French counterintelligence agents, Oussedik said. Oussedik said he will sue the French government for kidnapping on Wednesday if his client agrees. STATI f ARM See me at: 1065 W. Eldorado 422-3719 INSURANCI 1 - .''. ' ' ' ? ?' y, V " ;V ? & ? . : : Herald & Review PRESS 2950 N. JASPER DECATUR, 1L , 875-5555 1-800-814-6400 FINANCING AVAILABLE FREE in Home Test FREE in Home Service i i ' ' U I' 1 1 I p- (

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