St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri (2024)

SW OCT181995 48 ILLINOIS BRIEFS REGION ILLINOIS CHARLESTON GREENVILLE Eastern Illinois Professor Inmate Quietly Escapes Faces Marijuana Charges From U.S. Prison An Eastern Illinois University Camp professor was charged with growAn inmate walked away from ing marijuana at his rural CharlesGreenville's minimum-security ton home. federal prison camp, the first esTheodore K. Quinn, 53, pleaded cape since it opened two years innocent Monday. Trial was ago.

scheduled for Jan. 9. doing a routine count on Quinn has been charged with Guards Monday missed Les Bennett, 39, manufacture of cannabis and unsaid prison spokeswoman Tyrane authorized production of cannabis. Martin. He denies knowledge of cultivated Said Greenville Police Chief marijuana plants found growing in John K.

King: "There's absolutely a clearing about 50 yards from his nothing to keep them from walk- home. ing away. They're there on their If convicted of the manufacture of cannabis, Quinn could face two Martin said Bennett had served to five years in prison. If found 22 months of a 10-year sentence guilty of unauthorized production, on drug distribution charges. He he could be sentenced to one to had been at the camp for almost a three years in prison.

year. Quinn is an associate professor U.S. marshals, Bond County of English at Eastern and has sheriff's deputies, Illinois State worked there since September Police and local police were assist- 1972. ing in the search, Martin said. University spokeswoman Shelly Bennett is not considered dan- Flock said Quinn would continue gerous, Martin said.

teaching as long as he performed AP his duties. AP Illinois Below Average In Breakfast Program 1995, Copley News Service nois Hunger Coalition. Colgan spoke SPRINGFIELD, Ill. About 26 at a Statehouse news conference percent of eligible students received Tuesday conducted to announce refree or reduced-price breakfasts at sults of the study. their schools during the 1994-95 "The trend seems to be that while school year, a nationwide study we are growing pretty much at the shows.

same rate that the national averages About 46 percent of Illinois schools are growing, we started about 20 that offer free and reduced-price percentage points behind in some key meals to low-income students also categories." offered a breakfast program, placing More Illinois schools are particithe state below the national average pating in the breakfast program than of 68 percent, according to the annu- five years ago, when 27.9 percent of al report by the Food Research and schools offered breakfast. But the Action Center. state ranked 41st in participation out "While the state of Illinois contin- of the 50 states and the District of ues to grow in terms of school break- Columbia. Illinois ranked 43rd in the fast participation, we continue to number of students who received a rank behind national averages," said free or reduced-price breakfast, the John Colgan, spokesman for the Illi- study showed. Alton Physician, 49, Is Struck, Killed When He Jogs Into Traffic A 49-year-old Alton physician ran said.

into traffic while jogging Tuesday af- "For some unknown reason, he ran ternoon and was killed after being right out into the middle of traffic struck by a pickup and a car. against the green light," Hayes said. Dr. Chester Hill, who had recently moved to St. Louis from Alton, rouHill was struck by a pickup travelhis lunch hour.

ing west on Highway 140, flew over tinely jogged during Hill had been a doctor of internal the top of the truck and was run over medicine and critical care for 14 by a passenger car behind the truck, years. He was a founder of the Alton Hayes said. Hill died on impact, he Multispecialists Ltd. clinic, where he said. worked.

"All of the witnesses' accounts inHill left his office at 12:30 p.m. and dicated he didn't pay much attention jogged east along Highway 140, said Major David Hayes of the Alton Po- to the traffic," Hayes said. "He didn't lice department. When Hill reached realize there were oncoming cars the intersection at Gordon Moore coming at him until one car locked up Park Drive, he kept running, Hayes its brakes and it was to late." Escape From page one away, about an hour after the escape. Tim Kniest, a corrections spokesman, said officials were investigating the incident to see if proper procedures were followed.

He said it was not unusual for inmates to be outside at the time the escape occurred. Kniest gave the following information about the four inmates who were recaptured, adding that none had weapons or resisted arrest: DeClue is serving a five-year sentence after pleading guilty in April of sodomy and burglary in St. Louis County. He was shot once in the chest and is in serious condition at an area hospital. Tim Minton, 24, was caught shortly after the escape hiding in Boswell's horse barn.

He is serving a three-year sentence for forgery, burglary, stealing and tampering convictions in Stoddard and Butler counties. Brian Sutliff, 18, of Lincoln, is serving a five-year sentence for escaping custody in Pettis County. He was captured by Eureka police about 3:20 a.m., sleeping in a pickup parked at a campground about a mile east of the prison. He suffered numerous cuts on his legs from the razor wire on the fence. Charles Smith, 30, of Dexter, was captured by corrections officers about a.m.

as he walked on Allenton Road, near Greensfelder Park, about two miles north of the prison. He is serving 17 years for robbery and stealing in Stoddard County, and for escaping from the Central Missouri Correctional Center. Minton, Sutliff and Smith are being held in high-security units at Pacific. Corrections officials would not talk about the specific deployment of guards, but said each of the prison's five towers were manned 24 hours a day and were equipped with AR-15 semiautomatic rifles and shotguns. Monday night, at least 20 shots were fired at the inmates, with one shot hitting DeClue.

The shots were Recent deaths in the Metro East area: Alton Leota E. Hewitt, 72, died Monday, funeral Thursday, Burke-Fine. Belleville Altha M. Bernius, 81, died Tuesday, funeral Thursday, Renner. Arleen M.

Dix, 66, died Tuesday, funeral Thursday, Renner. Carlinville George F. Boyne, 74, died Sunday, funeral was Tuesday, Barnes in Belleville. "END OF CHANGES" "END FOR THIS DATE" ST.LOUIS POST- DISPATCH WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1995 FU FUNERAL AL NOTICES CES -IndexBaldwin Barrow, Lucille Amanda Bender, Margaret L. Binnington, Ethel Grace Biring, Jessie M.

Boman, Evelyn Boyd, James L. Briegleb Buermann Callahan, Joan Carol Clark, Shareen Anne, Clifford, Dr. Charles Jr. Daniel Duewell Easley, Marguerite Elizabeth Eastman, Herbert A. FitzGibbon Flori, Bertram P.

Frangel Graffigna Henson Hunter, Annamae Italiano, David C. Keplinger Kiefer Lila Mae Kincaid, Michael L. Kincaid, Timothy J. Kistenmacher, Werner T. Kreit, Josephine M.

Kuczer, Beatriz Lee, Grace M. McMurry, Lena Miceli Mildon Murnan, Jack C. Olander, Marianne Partch, Betty B. Pisciotta, Vito W. Pitler, Edith Purcell, Harry M.D.

Rahmberg, Michael C. Randall, Chauncey C. Rehmeier, Warren W. Renick, Myrtle M. Richey, Buddy T.

Jr. (Edrell) Routman, Ralph Russell, Dennis J. (Buermann) Saunders, Michael F. "Mike" Schaper Sgroi, Margaret Ann Stock, Mabel M. Thomson, Gregory R.

Walker, Pauline A. Webb, Lois M. Willburn, Jack O. Woodrome, Everett E. BALDWIN See Kistenmacher BARROW, LUCILLE AMANDA, (nee Shea), born Dec.

8, 1902, died Oct. 15, 1995, beloved wife of James H. Barrow, beloved mother of E. Ray and Gary R. Wilson and the late Robert W.

Wilson, beloved grandmother, great-grandmother, great-greatgrandmother and aunt. No Memorial service is planned. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the charity of your choice. KRIEGSHAUSER WEST SERVICE. BENDER, MARGARET L.

(nee Arhelger), on Oct. 15, 1995, in Fairfax, VA, formerly of St. Louis and Naples, FL, beloved wife of the late Russell P. Bender, dear mother of Boyd K. Bender of Chagrin Falls, OH, Margaret M.

Harter of Oakton, VA and the late Brian R. Bender, dear mother-in-law of Georgianna Bender, Thomas R. Harter and Judi Bender, dear grandmother of Lisa Myers, Boyd Harter, Brooke Paldao, Kyle and Laura Bender, dear great-grandmother of Margaret Elizabeth Myers, dear aunt of Bruce and Scott Geiger, dear cousin of Marie Winter, our dear friend. Funeral 2 p.m. at JOHN L.

ZIEGENHEIN SONS, 7027 Gravois. Interment, Park Lawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Brian R. Bender Memorial Fund of the Gateway Chapter, Leukemia Society, preferred. VISITA- TION 2-9 P.M.

BINNINGTON, ETHEL GRACE, On Sat. Oct. 14, 1995; having lived a full and faithful life, she has moved on to her reward, puchased by Jesus Christ. Surviving her are sister-in-law Margaret, nephews Brad and Jack and their families, and a cousin, George Hudson. Having had no children of her own, thousands of children were influenced by quotations, many from the Bible memorized for her class.

To God be the glory! Memorials may be made to Covenant Theological Seminary, 12230 Conway St. Louis, MO 63141. LUPTON CHAPEL Service. BIRING, JESSIE M. (nee McGurthy), Oct.

16, 1995, beloved wife of the late Harry L. Biring, dear mother of Richard (Alberta) Biring, Shirley (James May, and Judy K. (Rev. Bob) Knight, dear sister of Norman McGurthy, and Virginia Basile, our dear grandmother, greatgrandmother, sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt, cousin and dear friend. Funeral from WHITE-MULLEN Mortuary, 118 N.

Florissant Ferguson, 11 a.m. Interment, Laurel Hill Cemetery. VISI- TATION 4-9 P.M. BOMAN, EVELYN (nee Duisen), fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Oct. 17, 1995, dear wife of the late Thomas Hunt Boman, dear mother of Maureen (William) Frangel, and Thomas J.

Boman, dear sister of Frances Graffigna, and Eunice Fitz Gibbon, our dear mother-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister-in-law and aunt. Funeral Oct. 20, 9:30 a.m. from the BUCHHOLZ SPANISH LAKE Mortuary, 1645 Redman Ave. to Our Lady of Good Counsel Church (Bellefontaine Neighbors), for a 10 a.m.

Mass. Interment, Calvary Cemetery. Masses preferred. Visitation 4-9 p.m. BOYD, JAMES Entered eternal Rest.

Oct. 14, 1995, he is survived by his loving wife, Mary: step-father, Louis P. Young, daughters, Wanda Faye, Sandra, Jacqueline, Yolanda, Esther; sons, Thomas, Michael and Dennis; sisters, Esther Jones, Genevieve Rottnek: brothers, Louis, Lebron and Nathaniel Young. Visitation Oct. 19.

from 4-9 p.m. at AUSTIN A. LAYNE Mortuary, 7239 W. Florissant Ave. Funeral Service Oct.

20, 11 a.m. at New Paradise M.B. Church, 3524 Russell Blvd. Interment, National Cemetery. BRIEGLEB See Flori BUERMANN See Russell CALLAHAN, JOAN CAROL, Funeral 10 a.m.

at HEILIGTAG, A CASSITY HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME, 1081 Jeffco (Hwy. 61- 67 at 141). CLARK, SHAREEN ANNE, on Oct. 16, 1995, dear friend of Scott Heuer, dear daughter of Jane and the late William P. Clark, dear sister of Sean, Rhory Clark and Kathleen J.

Wieda, dear niece, aunt, sister-in-law, cousin and dear friend. Funeral Mass 11 a.m. at St. Anthony Catholic Church, Sullivan, MO. Interment Cave Springs Baptist Church Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the American Heart Assoc. Visitation 3-9 p.m. at BOPP CHAPEL, 10610 Manchester Kirkwood. loved husband of Donna C. Clifford, dear father of Karen Gideon, Deborah Tarrant, Cynthia Murray, Ginger Thomas, Brenda and Ed Lacy, Sally Miller, Susan, Linda, Ron, Wendy, Doug and Charles R.

Clifford Ill, dear grandfather of 15, our dear father-in-law, brother-in-law, uncle and cousin. Memorial service Oct. 20, 6 p.m. at the JAY B. SMITH Funeral Home, Maplewood Chapel, 7456 Manchester.

Dr. Clifford was a member of Greater St. Louis Dental American Dental Academy of General Denistry and a pastpresident of St. Louis Dental Research Group. Family prefers memorials to American Cancer Society.

DANIEL See Flori CLIFFORD, DR. CHARLES JR. on Oct. 1, 1995, be- DUEWELL See Italiano Blvd. St.

Louis, 63112. EASLEY, MARGUERITE ELIZABETH, (nee Margarethe Elizabethe Schmidt), age 98, passed away on Oct. 15, 1995, beloved wife of the late Dr. Philip S. Easley (Lt.

Col. U.S. Army Medical Corp Reserve), dear mother of Edward H. Easley (Kathryn) and Alice C. Willey (Harry), grandmother of David Easley, Elizabeth Jachles and Edward R.

Willey, great-grandmother of 5. Private services and Interment will be held. Visitation Tuesday, 7 8 p.m. at BOPP CHAPEL. 10610 Manchester Kirkwood.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Westminister Presbyterian Church, 5300 Delmar EASTMAN, HERBERT fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Oct. 13. 1995, beloved husband of Petree A. Eastman, dear father of Ryan J. Spies, son of Esther E.

Eastman and the late Herbert Eastman, brother of Patricia Marsh and Margaret and Michael Eastman, son-in-law of Patricia Rein and Peter Rein brother-in-law of Peter Rein 11, master and companion to his dog, Henry, our dear uncle, cousin, nephew and friend. The funeral Mass will be celebrated on Oct. 20, 11 a.m. at the St. Francis Xavier (College) Church, Grand and Lindell.

Interment Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the New City School, Herbert A. Eastman Memorial Fund, 5209 Waterman, St. Louis, MO 63108. Friends may call at the AMBRUSTER-DONNELLY, A CASSITY HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME, 6633 Clayton Road on Thursday from 3 until 8 p.m.

FITZGIBBON See Boman FLORI, BERTRAM Baptized into the Hope of Christ's Resurrection on Oct. 17, 1995, loving husband of 56 years of Margaret M. Flori (nee Daniel), dear son of the late Bertram J. and Catherine Flori (nee Feehan), dear uncle of Joann (Gerald) Patterson, David D. (Barbara) Daniel, J.

Thomas (Judy) Daniel, Leslie L. Briegleb and the late Charles D. Brir and Alice Jean SanSo ci, our dear great-uncle, great-great-uncle, cousin and friend. Mr. Flori in state at MATH HERMANN SON CHAPEL.

10212 Halls Ferry Oct. 20, 11 a.m. until time of funeral service 1 p.m. Inter.ment Sunset Hills Cemetery, Edwardsville, IL. Memorials to Christian Hospital Northeast-Northwest Hospice Program, 12444 Lusher St.

Louis, MO 63138 appreciated. FRANGEL See Boman GRAFFIGNA Boman HENSON See Kiefer HUNTER, ANNAMAE (nee Reiter), Oct. 17, 1995, beloved mother of Mildred Stanton, Arthur W. Givens, Edward R. Givens, and the late Dorothy Lee Smid, dear grandmother, greatgrandmother, great-greatgrandmother, dear aunt, cousin, mother and sister-in-law.

Service from the Redeemer Lutheran Church, 1620 Boyd DeSoto, MO, 10:30 a.m. Interment, Bethlehem Cemetery, St. Louis, MO. Visitation 4-8 p.m. at the DIETRICHMOTHERSHEAD Funeral Home, 220 N.

Main, DeSoto, MO. Memorials preferred to the Redeemer Lutheran Church. ITALIANO, DAVID fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, Oct. 15, 1995, beloved husband of Linda M. Italiano (nee Duewell), dear father of Matthew, Adam, Kyle and the late Monica Italiano, dear son of John and Dorothy Italiano, dear brother of John (Elaine), Richard (Fran) and Robert (Gail) Italiano, dear son-inlaw of Harry and Mary Ann Duewell, dear brother-in-law of Mike (Jasmine) Duewell, Barb (Dan) Slavik, Denise (Vince) Kleinigg*r, and Cheri Duewell, our dear uncle, nephew, cousin and friend.

Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL, 10151 Gravois. Oct. 18, 9 a.m. to St. Simon Church for 9:30 a.m.

Mass. Interment, Resurrection Cemetery. Contributions to Sokol Childrens Camp, American Czeck Center, 4690 Lansdowne, 63116 or the American Cancer Society, appreciated. In parlor 2 p.m. KEPLINGER See Willburn KIEFER, LILA MAE (nee Harris), Baptized with the Hope of Christ's Resurrection on Oct.

17, 1995, age 92, formerly of LeMay and Wentzville, dear wife of Gilbert R. Kiefer, dear mother of Russell G. and Kenneth P. Kiefer, Mrs. Walter (Mary Louise) Mildon and Verla O.

Henson, dear grandmother of 16, great-grandmother of 20 and great-great-grandmother of 4. Funeral Mass Friday 10 a.m. at St. Patrick Catholic Church, Wentzville, Mo. Interment Eternal Peace Cemetery.

The family is being served by the BAUE Funeral Home. 1575 W. Pearce Wentzville, Mo. where friends may call Thursday 2-9 p.m. and Friday a.m.

Memorials to Birth Right or Gideons. KINCAID, MICHAEL Baptized into the Hope of Christ's Resurrection on Oct. 15, 1995, beloved son of Carol Berry and the late Thomas Kincaid, dear stepson of Bert Berry, dear brother of Donald E. Kincaid, Angela Leigraf, Tina Kincaid, Michelle Kincaid and the late Timothy Kincaid, dear step-brother of Michael, Gene, Dean and Cathy Berry, dear grandson of Roy Boyer and the late Marie Boyer and the late William and Mary Kincaid, our dear brother-in-law, uncle, nephew, cousin and a very dear friend to many. Funeral Services leaving HEILIGTAG, A CASSITY HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME, 1081 Jeffco Blvd.

(Hwy. 61-67 at 141), Arnold, MO on Oct. 20, 1995 at 9:30 a.m. to Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 2300 Church Arnold, MO for celebration of 10 a.m., Mass. Interment, Rosebud Memorial Cemetion 1-8 p.m.

tery, Potosi, MO. Visita- KINCAID, TIMOTHY Baptized into the Hope of Christ's Resurrection on Oct. 16, 1995, beloved son of Carol Berry and the late Thomas Kincaid, dear stepson of Bert Berry, dear brother of Donald E. Kincaid. Angela chelle Leigraf, Kincaid Tina Kincaid, Miand the late chael Kincaid, dear step-brother of Michael, Gene, Dean and Cathy Berry, dear grandson of Roy Boyer and the late Marie Boyer and the late William and Mary Kincaid, our dear brotherin-law, uncle, nephew, cousin and a very dear friend to many.

Funeral Services leaving HELIGTAG, A CASSITY HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME, 1081 Jeffco Blvd. (Hwy. 61-67 at 141), Arnold, MO on Oct. 20, 1995 at 9:30 a.m. to Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 2300 Church Arnold, MO for celebration of 10 a.m., Mass.

Interment, Rosebud Memorial Cemetery, Potosi, MO. Visitation 1-8 p.m. KISTENMACHER, WERNER T. Entered into Rest on Oct. 17.

1995. Dear Husband of Lois V. Kistenmacher (nee Davis) loving father of Barbara L. Baldwin, dear grandfather of Paul, Marcus, Tanya and Cheryl Allen, dear great grandfather of Lauren and Jessica, dear brother of Clifford Kistenmacher and Dorothy Rathmann: dear brother-in-law. son-in-law, uncle, cousin, good neighbor and friend.

Funeral at KRIEGSHAUSER SOUTH MORTUARY, 4228 So. Kingshighway on Oct. 20 at 11:30 a.m. Interment Lakewood Park Cemetery. Visitation on Wed.

5-9 p.m. and Thurs. Noon-9 p.m. Mr. Kistenmacher was a 50 year Charter Member of the Monkey Athletic Club.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Werner's memory to the Ronald McDonald House, 4381 West Pine, St. Louis, Mo 63108. KREIT, JOSEPHINE M. (nee McElwaine), Baptized into the Hope of Christ's Resurrection, Oct. 17, 1995, beloved wife of Norbert W.

Kreit, dear sister-in-law, aunt and friend. Funeral from the SCHRADER Funeral Home, 14960 Manchester Rd. at Holloway, Ballwin, 10 a.m. Interment Valhalla Cemetery. Visitation 3-8 p.m.

KUCZER, BEATRIZ, Oct. 16, 1995, beloved wife of the late Dr. Arnoldo Kuczer, dear mother of Ronald R. Kuczer and Alan B. Kuczer, beloved sister of Nelly (Arnoldo) Burcatt, our dear aunt, cousin, and friend.

Funeral service Thurs. Oct. 19, at United Hebrew Congregation, 13788 Conway Rd. with interment to follow at Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery, White Rd. Contributions appreciated to the American Cancer Society or to a charity of your choice.

A RINDSKOPF- ROTH Service. LEE, GRACE M. (nee Miller), Oct. 17, 1995, dear wife of the late Vergil E. Lee, dear mother of Ruby Eaves, Burrell, Jean Schork, Jimmy and Lynn Lee, sister of T.J.

Miller, our dear mother-in-law, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister-inlaw, aunt, great -aunt, greatgreat-aunt, cousin and friend. Funeral at the NEW KUTIS SOUTH COUNTY CHAPEL, 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. at Butler Hill, Oct. 19, 1 p.m. Interment, Mt.

Hope Cemetery. In parlor after 3 p.m., Wed. McMURRY, LENA (nee Johnson), born May 26, 1920 in Gregory's Landing, MO, passed over Oct. 15, 1995, beloved wife of the late Russell McMurry, preceded in death by her parents Bessie (nee DeWitt) and Harve Johnson, dear sister of the late Pauline Talbott, the late Harold and the late Gerold Johnson, dear step-mother of Ken (Joyce) McMurry, the and late Robert Gene (Andres) (Connie) McMurry, dear great-aunt of Wade and Adam Morse, dear aunt of Kay Morse-Stolle (nee Johnson), dear grandmother of Vicki (Kyle) Ponder, Jill and Steve McMurry, Michelle (Mike) Viehman, Robert (Peggy) McMurry, Jr. and Vivian (Andres) Liepa, Bruce (Cathy) McMurry, beloved great-grandmother of Jerry, Ryan, Kami, Nicholas, Carie and Chris, beloved greatgreat-aunt of Dillon Morse, and dear friend to many.

Tireless volunteer working for Moscow Mills Betterment Moscow Mills Methodist Church and Sunday School, Moscow Mills Bible School, TOCOA, helped establish the Trojan Villa Senior Housing in Troy, MO, Moscow Mills 4-H Club. Moscow Mills Chamber of Commerce, the Bicentennial Committee, Moscow Mills Khourey League, V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary, and was a member of the Elizabeth Wilkenson Club, she served as Postmaster from 1957 to 1987 and served as Mayor of Moscow Mills from 1980 to 1984. She was a member of the Civil Air Patrol during the 1940's. Memorial Services are planned for Oct.

22, 1995 at 2:30 p.m. at the Moscow Mills Methodist Church with Rev. Kenneth Green officiating. Memorials may be made to the National Kidney Foundation, 3117 S. Big Bend Suite 200.

St. Louis, MO 63143. Family will receive friends at the Friedens Fellowship Hall after the Service. MICELI See Sgroi MILDON See Kiefer MURNAN, JACK La Mesa, CA. Sept.

24, 1995, beloved son of Bill and Mae Murnan, dear brother of David (Judy) Murnan, dear nephew, uncle, cousin and friend. Memorial Service Oct. 21, 11 a.m., St. Paul United Church of Christ, 5508 Telegraph Oakville, MO. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Vitas Hospice, 8880 Rio San Diego Suite 950, San Diego, CA 92108.

TO PLACE YOUR IN MEMORIAM. PLEASE CALL KATHY 340-8600 OLANDER, MARIANNE (nee Wodkiewicz), fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, on Oct. 17, 1995, beloved wife of the late John Olander, dear mother of Stephanie Gordon, Marion (Ralph) Schroeder. John (Catherine) Olander, Joan (Earl) Viere, Jean (Gene) Rozycke, Patricia Roungon, and the late Chester (Virginla) Olander, and Ann Zygmunt, dear grandmother of seventeen, great-grandmother of fifteen, aunt and friend. Funeral from HOFFMEISTER COLONIAL Mortuary, 6464 Chippewa at Watson, 9:30 a.m.

with Mass celebrated at the Church of Our Lady of Sorrows, 10 a.m. Interment, Calvary Cemetery. Mrs. Olander was a member of the Legion of Mary. Memorials may be made to Mary Queen and Mother Center.

3-9 P.M. PARTCH, BETTY B. (nee Bou- dro), 59 of Chaokia, IL, on Oct. 17, 1995, dear mother of Timothy Tucker, Lisa (J. Westermayer and Shari Tucker.

Funeral service on 10 a.m. BRAUN COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME, 3701 Falling Springs Cahokia, IL. Visitation on 5:30 to 9, p.m. PISCIOTTA, VITO fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Oct. 16, 1995, beloved husband Lena Pisciotta, dear father of Lawrence Grindell and John (Vivian) Grindell, dear grandfather of John Grindell, Jr.

and James Grindell, dear great-grandfather of Brendan Grindell, dear brother of Anna Hopwood, our dear uncle, great-uncle, cousin and a very dear friend to many. Funeral Services to be conducted at HEILIGTAG, A CASSITY HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME, 1081 Jeffco Blvd. (Hwy. 61-67 at 141), Arnold, MO, on Oct. 19 at 10 a.m.

Interment, Calvary Cemetery. Visitation 5-8 p.m. PITLER, EDITH, Oct. 15, 1995, beloved wife of George C. Pitler, dear mother and mother-in-law of Suzanne (Robert) Yawitz and Kay (Barry) Greenberg of Rockville, MD, dear sister of the late Erwin Meyer and the late Bernard (the late Ann) Meyer, dear grandmother of Patty (Sanford) Friedman, Mindy (Gordon) Rennard and Brian (Staci) Yawitz, Joshua Greenberg and Alisha Greenberg, dear great-grandmother of Lauren Friedman, our dear sister-in-law, aunt, and cousin.

Graveside Service Oct. 18, 2 p.m. at Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery, 7500 Olive Street Rd. Mrs. Pitler was a charter member of B'nai Brith Women and a member of Hadassah and Congregation Temple Israel and Sisterhood.

Memorial contributions of your choice preferred. BERGER MEMORIAL Service. PURCELL, HARRY M.D. 10 a.m. Mass at Church of the Immacolata.

AMBRUSTER-DONNELLY Service RAHMBERG, MICHAEL Oct. 15, 1995, beloved son of T.J. "Ted" Rahmberg Sr. and the late Wilma E. "Billie" Rahmberg, loving brother of Linda M.

(Jim) Driskell, Steven L. (Karen) Rahmberg, Theodore J. Jr. (Tina) Rahmberg, James A. (Debi) Rahmberg, dear nephew, uncle, cousin and friend to many.

Memorial service Oct. 18, 7 p.m. at the NEW COLLIER'S Funeral Home, 3400 N. Lindbergh Blvd. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to Mid-America Transplant Services, 1139 Olivette Executive Parkway, 63132.

NO VISITATION. RANDALL, CHAUNCEY Oct. 13, 1995, St. Charles, MO, formerly of Wentzville, MO, loving husband of Wilma Lee Randall (nee Davis), loving father of Chauncey Davis (Dave) and Jon (Mark) Randall, loving father-inlaw of Ann and Deonna Randall, loving grandfather of Julie and Jennifer and great of David, loving brother of Max Randall and the late Gene and Sheila Randall, loving, friend of Pat, Neva, Heather, Holly and Heidi Rankin. Funeral Services were held on Oct.

16, 1995, 11:30 a.m. at the BAUE CHAPEL, St. Charles, with interment in St. Charles Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions may be given to the St.

Joseph Health Center, St. Charles, Heart and Lung Center, BAUE Funeral Home, 620 Jefferson St. Charles. REHMEIER, WARREN W. age 77, Oct.

16, 1995, Defiance, MO, dear husband of Frances E. Rehmeier (nee Hueffmeier), dear brother of Pearl Wilmer, dear brother-in-law, uncle and cousin. Funeral 11 a.m. Oct. 19 at Femme Osage UCC, Femme Osage, Mo.

Interment in church cemetery. Visitation Oct. 18 from 2:30 to 9:00 p.m. at T.E. Pitman Funeral Home, 909 Pitman Wentzville, MO.

Memorials may be given to Femme Osage United Church of Christ Memorial Fund. RENICK, MYRTLE M. (nee Jennings), on Mon. Oct. 16, 1995, beloved wife of the late Gail G.

Renick, dear mother of Deborah Gail (Mark) Renick-Johnson, dear sister, sister-in-law, aunt, cousin, and dear friend. Funeral Thurs. 11 a.m. at the NEW JOHN L. ZIEGENHEIN SONS, 4830 Lemay Ferry Rd.

Interment 1.0.0.F. Cemetery, Sullivan, Mo. If desired contributions may be made to the Alzheimers 9374 Olive 63132 or The St. Louis Heart 4643 Lindell Blvd. 63108.

VISITATION WED. 3-9pm. 0240-Funeral Directors RICHEY, BUDDY T. JR. (Edrell), on Oct.

16, 1995, beloved husband of Patricia Richey, dear father of Michael Richey, Shellonda Mann Richey, dear son of Stella Richey, our dear brother, stepfather, grandfather, brotherin-law, cousin and dear friend. Funeral from McLAUGHLIN'S, 2301 Lafayette, 10 a.m. Interment National Cemetery. Visitation 12-8 p.m., Thurs. ROUTMAN, RALPH, Oct.

15, 1995, beloved husband of Florence Routman, dear father and father-in-law of Aron (Joan) Routman of Chicago, IL and Joyce (Rabbi Ruven) Tradburks of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, dear brother of Maurice Routman, dear grandfather of Elianna Routman, Devora, Yosef, Eli and Dovid Tradburks, our dear brother-in-law and uncle. Graveside Service Oct. 18, 3:30 p.m. at Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery, 7500 Olive St. Rd.

BERGER MEMORIAL Service. RUSSELL, DENNIS J. (BUERMANN), after a long illness, on Oct. 16, 1995, beloved husband of Audrey Russell, beloved father of Joann Buermann and Debbie (Mike) Brasher, beloved step-father of Bethany (Fred) Fisher, and Beverly (Mark) Copeland, beloved grandfather, son-in-law, brother, brother-inlaw, uncle, great-uncle, cousin and friend. Funeral Service 1 p.m., Oct.

19, at ALEXANDER Funeral Home, 11101 St. Charles Rock Rd. at Lindbergh. Interment, National. Visitation 1-9 p.m., with an American Legion Post 10th.

Dist. Guard of Honor Service at 8 p.m. Donations may be made to the American Heart or Lung Assn. SAUNDERS, MICHAEL F. Oct.

9, 1995, husband of Stephanie Saunders, father of Christopher, Meloine, Sean, Nathan, and Briana, son of Marian (Dempsey) Bonds and the late Nathaniel Howard, brother of Eddie and Darryl Moye, and Lea Redmond, dear grandson, nephew, uncle, cousin and friend. Services were held Oct. 11, 1995 with interment in Oak Hill Cemetery. SCHAPER See Webb SGROI, MARGARET ANN (nee Miceli), fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, on Oct. 17, 1995, beloved wife of Joseph A.

Sgroi, dear mother of Mary Josephine Kibbel, Marguerite A. Snell, Loretta Anderson and Rosanne Weeks, dear mother-in-law of William Kibbel, Joseph L. Snell, Jack Anderson, and Rev. Douglas Weeks, dear sister of Philip A. and Rosalie "Dolly" Miceli, and the late Anthony J.

and Vita Ann Miceli, dear grandmother of Maureen, Joseph, Mark, Nicole, Ryan, Bethany, Joseph and Jennifer, our dear sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt, cousin, commare and dear friend. Funeral from the AMBRUSTER-DONNELLY. A CASSITY HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME, 6633 Clayton on Oct. 19, at 10:30 a.m. to St.

Joan of Arc Catholic Church, Hampton and Pernod, for Mass celebrated at 11 a.m. Interment, National Cemetery. Memorials appreciated to the Musculary Distrophy Assn. Friends may call at AMBRUSTER-DONNELLY on from 3 p.m. until 9 p.m.

STOCK, MABEL M. (nee Reichenberger), of Friendship Village, South County, Entered into Rest on Oct. 16, 1995, beloved wife of the late Joseph A. Stock, dear sister-in-law, cousin and friend. Funeral Mass 10 a.m.

on Oct. 19 at St. Paul's Catholic Church in Fenton. Visitation Thurs, at Church from 9:30 a.m. until time of Mass.

Interment, Resurrection Cemetery. A KRIEGSHAUSER SOUTH Mortuary Service. THOMSON, GREGORY Baptized into the Hope of Christ's Resurrection on Oct. 16, 1995, beloved son of the late Arthur Joseph and Virginia Meehan Thomson, dearest twin of Virginia Thomson Kenney of Fresno, CA, our dear cousin. Funeral to be conducted at the A CASSITY HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME, 6633 Clayton Road on Oct.

19 at 10:30 a.m. Friends may call after 10 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers Masses preferred. 0240-Funeral Directors WALKER, PAULINE A.

(nee Stoverock), Oct. 16, 1995, beloved wife of the late Donald Walker, dear sister of Robert Stoverock, dear sister-in-law of Elaine and Mildred Stoverock, dear aunt of Lois DeVoss, Helen Cline, Marjorie Zechmeister, Scott, Henry and Paul Stoverock, our dear great-aunt, cousin and friend. Service at ORTMANN'S, 9222 Lackland, Overland, Oct. 20, 10 a.m. Interment, Laurel Hill.

Visitation 4-9 p.m., Thurs. WEBB, LOIS M. (nee Schaper), Absent from the body, present with the Lord, Oct. 17, 1995, beloved wife of Jerry M. Webb, dearest mother of Katherine and Margaret Webb, dearest daughter of Ruth and the late Robert Schaper, dear sister of Carol (Dave) Coughlin, Janet (James) Devous, and Donald (Marsha) Schaper, dear daughter-in-law of Samuel and Joyce Webb, our dear sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt, niece, cousin and friend.

Funeral from KUTIS Funeral Home, 2906 Gravois, Oct. 19 at 1 p.m. Interment, National Cemetery. Sr. Webb was Co-Pastor of Crown Worship Center in Bridgeton, MO.

In lieu of flowers, contributions to Katherine and Margaret Webb Trust Fund. Visita- tion 3 p.m. WILLBURN, JACK Entered into Peace, Oct. 17, 1995, beloved husband of Mary E. Willburn (nee Woodard), dear father of Jackie Keplinger, and the late Clinton Willburn, dear father-inlaw of John Keplinger, dear grandfather of six, great-grandfather of seven, our dear brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle, and friend to many.

In state at BUCHHOLZ SPANISH LAKE Mortuary, 1645 Redman 4 p.m. until 8 p.m., thence to Glasgow Village Presbyterian Church, 215 Shepley Thurs. for Services at 10 a.m. Mr. Willburn was a charter member of Glasgow Village Presbyterian Church, was active in the Boy Scouts of America, and Glasgow Village Community Affairs.

Interment, New Bethlehem Cemetery. Contributions to Glasgow Village Presbyterian Church, or charity of your choice preferred. WOODROME, EVERETT on Oct. 16, 1995, beloved husband of Mildred Woodrome (nee Bell), dear father of Robert (Sharon) Woodrome, Betty (Rich) Loche, Carol A. (Chuck) LaVelle, Patricia (Erving) Black, Barbara S.

(Willis) McCree and beloved stepfather of Joe, Jim, Larry, Jack Bell and Gloria Ireland, Gean Anderson, beloved grandfather of 23 and greatgrandfather of 38. Funeral Oct. 19, 1 p.m. from MATH HERMANN SON CHAPEL, 10212 Halls Ferry Rd. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery.

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Kniest said guards had permission in such instances to shoot to kill. The Pacific facility opened in 1981 and was designed for 512 inmates. Officials added a second bunk to each cell in 1983 and, with some additional construction, increased the population to 1,100 in 1985, Kniest said. The security staff was increased to handle that population, he said. The prison is classified as a Level Four facility.

The two most secure prisons in the state Potosi and Jefferson City are Level Five. Kniest said Monday's escapees likely would be transferred to one of those. Boswell, a 45-year-old horse breeder whose front door is 450 feet from the prison's outermost fence, said she was angry at the prison's inability to stop the escapees. "The guards were shooting behind them," she said. "Anybody who knows how to shoot knows that you lead a running target, you fire in front." Boswell took matters and her Ruger rifle in her when she saw Sutliff and own Minton run onto her property.

She lost sight of Minton, but tracked Sutliff as he ran through a field where she keeps her Lipizzaner ponies. "I yelled for him to stop and fired three shots, above his head and in front of him. But when I saw he wouldn't stop, I quit firing. I didn't want to kill him," Boswell said. St.

Louis County Police investigated Boswell for shooting at the inmates and determined Boswell to be justified. "If you escape from prison, you can expect to be shot at," said a St. Louis County police sergeant who declined to be identified. Boswell commended the prison for immediately calling neighbors to tell them of a prison break. But she said she was still angry.

"If they can't keep them in there, then who's going to keep me safe?" DEATHS Carlyle Bertha J. White, 97, died Monday, funeral today, Zieren-Day. Collinsville James Ross, 65, died Monday, funeral Thursday, Laughlin in Troy. Granite City Victor Knowles, 78, died Tuesday, funeral Friday, Irwin. Livingston -Mary Thursday, L.

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