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Page 2A Columbla Dally Tribune Columbia Mo Saturday October 23 1993 OR THE RECORD WINNING NUMBERS These are the winning numbers in yesterday's lottery drawings: MISSOURI SUPERCASH 2 11 13 22 40 PICK 3 6 2 9 OBITUARIES Barbara Moore Barbara Darlene Moore 40 of Grandview died Sunday Oct 17 1993 at Research Medical Center in Kansas City Services will be at noon Saturday Oct 23 at Christian Tabernacle Church of God in Christ in Kansas City Burial will in orest Hill Ceme tery in Kansas City Ms Moore was bom June 3 1953 in Nowata Okla to Enloe Young and Dorothy Barton She was a mem ber of the Christian Tabernacle Church of God in Christ and the Can cer Support Group Survivors include four daughters Marie Young of Grandview Shonetta Moore of Kansas City Yvonne Moore of Kansas City and Dione Moore of Kansas City her mother of Kansas City five brothers David Young of Columbia William Young of Wichita Kan Myron Graham of Grandview Raymond White of San Diego Calif and Gary Wilson of Wichita Kan three stepbrothers Myron Sallard Kevin Sallard and Roderick Sallard all of Kansas City three stepsisters Sharon Pennington of Columbia and Denise Young and Treva McNeill both of Grandview and three grand children She was preceded in death by her father lorence Maseman lorence Maseman 85 of Centra lia died Thursday Oct 21 at Boone Hospital Center Services will be at 2 pm Sunday Oct 24 at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Centralia with the Rev William Dorow officiating Burial will be in Glendale Memorial Gar dens Visitation will be from 6 to 8 pm Saturday Oct 23 at enton neral Chapel in Centralia Mrs Maseman was bom May 23 1908 in Green Valley Ill to redrick Weyhricht and Anna Heil man Weyhricht On June 7 1933 in Green Valley Ill she married Wil liam Maseman and he preceded her in death in 1983 She was a charter member of the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Centralia Survivors include two sons Henry Maseman of Centralia and Robert Maseman of Paris Mo a brother Arthur Weyhricht of Pekin Ill a sis ter Hilda Bowman of Pekin Ill seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren She was preceded in death by an infant son John Maseman and a brother Nelson Weyhricht Memorials are suggested to the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Marlon Millar Marion Millar 68 of Ashland died riday Oct 22 1993 at Ashland Healthcare Graveside services are at 10:30 am Monday Oct 25 at Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Hartsburg with the Rev Bruce Caldwell officiating There is no visitation Mrs Millar was bom in Lawrence Mass and was a member of the irst Baptist Church in O'allon Survivors include two daughters Heather Patrick of Ashland and Candy Schaefer of Alabama two brothers Harold armer and Herbert armer both from out of state two sisters Ruth Smith of lorida and Dorothy Lawley of Pennsylvania and five grandchildren She was preceded in death by her father and a brother Memorials can be made to the Marion Millar Memorial und in care of Heather Patrick 2516 Grif fin Ashland Mo 65010 Scouts conduct annual food drive for needy Local members of the Boy Scouts of America and Cub Scouting will collect food for the needy this week end during the annual "Scouting for ood Larry Archer of Columbia district executive for the Booneslick District of the Boy Scouts said the young sters last weekend distributed fliers in some Columbia neighborhoods asking residents to leave sacks of food on their doorsteps Scouts will collect the food from those homes beginning at 9 am today Archer said the for ood began as a national scouting event in 1988 but later became an optional community service that could be picked up by local Boy Scouts of America councils The Great Rivers Council which includes the Booneslick District and much of central and northeast Missouri has continued the program in Boone Howard and Cooper counties Scouts will collect food again in November and ebruary The dona tions will be given to the Ann Carl son Emergency ood Pantry Teens in tourist slaying face charges as adults Knight Ridder Newspapers TALLAHASSEE la our teen agers accused of killing a British tourist and shooting his girlfriend at a remote northern lorida rest stop are facing murder charges as adults and the oldest two both 16 year olds are facing threats of execu tion if convicted Indictments by a grand jury yester day name the four youths ages 13 to 16 arrested this month on charges of first degree murder and attempted murder in the shootings Sept 14 along Interstate 10 The crime which killed Gary Colley 34 and wounded Margaret Ann Jagger 35 led to round the clock guards at all of high way rest stops and temporary sus pension of tourism advertising SECOND THOUGHTS This column includes corrections clarifications and elaborations asso ciated with Tribune news articles De spite our best efforts sometimes our coverage falls short of the mark When you see something that bothers you ranging from completely wrong to not quite right let us know Call managing editor Jim Robertson at 874 6457 An article in Tribune about the first issue of The Columbia Herald misstated Mark affili ation with the Peace Nook a not for profit community resource cen ter Haim is the coor dinator and frequently works at the downtown store Evidence of first Lincoln case outside Illinois found SPRINGIELD Ill (AP) Re searchers studying Abraham Lin legal career have discovered the prairie first known case outside the Prairie State Newly discovered documents show Lincoln was hired by a St Louis at torney to help in a dispute over mar keting a new kind of butter chum The future president was hired to in terview Springfield Ill residents with an interest in the churn Bill Beard editor of the Lincoln Legal Papers research project said Lincoln probably attended the St Louis trial which ended with Lincoln on the losing side The records were found last week after researchers examined a pri vately held Lincoln document that hinted at the St Louis case Missouri gets $173 million In flood related health aid WASHINGTON (AP) Nine states hit by this floods will receive $65 million for health care mental health and other social services the Department of Health and Human Services said yesterday HHS said the money would be used to support health related activi ties in the areas hurt by the floods as well as social services targeted to children and the elderly The activities financed by the grants include primary health care services as well as assistance for treating mental health problems in cluding stress related domestic vio lence and substance abuse HHS said those problems are ex pected to grow more severe The money will also be used to support efforts to assure water quali ty prevent mosquito borne disease conduct disease surveillance and dis tribute health information The money was appropriated by Congress earlier this year and Presi dent Bill Clinton acted on Oct 12 to make it available States receiving funds and the amount include: Missouri $173 mil lion Iowa $227 million Illinois $72 million Minnesota $35 million Kansas $42 million South Dakota $25 million North Dakota $1 mil lion Nebraska $23 million and Wisconsin $39 million WEATHER The Accu Weather forecast for noon today Lines separate high temperature zones for the daya 60s 50s ft 708 1 1 if sTQ Aza CVSP" 1 (h) r7 xxK 708 RONTS: COLD WARM STATIONARY 0 1 993 Accu Wlhr Inc PrMaurp Aa vf wi II E3 kzii A 4 I HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN TSTORMS LURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT CLOUDY CLOUDY LOCAL Sun rises today 7:26 am sets 6:19 pm High yesterday 68 low 35 Temperatures today in Columbia since 1889: highest 91 in 1936 lowest 21 in 1895 One year ago: high 82 low 53 PRECIPITATION Yesterday 000 month to date yesterday 205 normal this month to today 232 in same month last year to today 044 in this year to yesterday 5677 normal 3275 in last year to today 2304 in RIVER LAKE STAGES YESTERDAY Kansas City 159 up 01 Boonville 1 43 down 03 Jefferson City 1 60 down 04 Lake of the Ozarks: not available Mark Twain: not avaiable Truman: not available EXTENDED ORECAST MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY Clear to partly cloudy Near nor mal temperatures Highs in the 60s to lower 70s Lows in 40s ELSEWHERE Temperatures Indicate high and overnight low to 7 pm Hi Lo Pre OUk Albany NY 55 43 clr Albuquerque 67 39 cdy Anchorage 40 21 cdy Asheville 58 48 01 cdy Atlanta 56 51 40 cdy Austin 71 49 clr Baltimore 61 47 clr Birmingham 61 48 05 cdy Bismarck 70 22 clr Boise 69 37 cdy Boston 61 48 37 cdy Brownsville 74 59 clr Burlington Vt 53 47 cdy Charleston WVa 62 38 clr Charlotte NC 56 50 15 cdy Cheyenne 67 34 clr Chicago 59 32 clr Cincinnati 60 29 clr Cleveland 54 36 clr Columbia SC 61 50 77 cdy Concord NH 57 42 07 cdy Dallas Worth 67 44 clr Denver 70 34 clr Des Moines 69 34 clr National temperature extremes for yes terday: High 94 at Glendale and Mon rovia Calif low 15 at Wisdom Mont Detroit 57 37 cdy Duluth 56 26 dr El Paso 74 37 dr lagstaff 65 28 dr Hartford Spgfld 59 41 04 cdy Helena 67 25 cdy Honolulu 89 74 dr Houston 70 48 clr Indianapolis 61 31 clr Jackson Miss 64 46 20 clr Juneau 47 42 Las Vegas 81 55 clr Little Rock 65 41 cdy Los Angeles 91 68 clr Louisville 63 35 dr Memphis 66 46 clr Miami Beach 85 76 cdy Milwaukee 61 37 cdy Mpls StPaul 64 30 clr Nashville 64 41 dr New Orleans 62 55 clr New York City 62 48 16 cdy Oklahoma City 68 36 dr Omaha 70 43 cdy Philadelphia 62 50 clr Phoenix 85 67 clr Pittsburgh 57 36 clr Portland Maine 59 44 12 cdy Portland Ore 67 46 cdy Providence 59 49 57 cdy Raleigh Durham 58 52 13 cdy Rapid City 70 41 cdy Reno 73 35 clr Richmond 61 51 01 clr Sacramento 81 51 clr Salt Lake City 66 42 cdy San Antonio 73 47 clr San rancisco 79 53 clr San Juan PR 91 75 58 cdy Santa 65 36 cdy St Ste Marie 44 36 05 cdy Seattle 61 49 22 clr Spokane 63 34 clr Tampa St Ptrsbg 90 72 cdy Topeka 72 36 clr Tucson 85 62 clr Washington DC 63 50 dr Wilmington Del 62 49 dr STATE High and low temperatures and precip itation for the 24 hours ended at 6 pm Cape Girardeau 65 36 Kirksville 69 40 Joplin 68 38 Kansas City 70 39 Springfield 68 37 St Joseph 70 St Louis 67 38 Vichy 67 41 Truckers blamed for congestion on Interstate A possible trucker protest on Inter state 70 might have been the cause for traffic backing up from the Mis souri River bridge at Rocheport to Boonville late last night said Sgt Th omas Hoffmann of the Missouri Highway Patrol Hoffman said the patrol had re ports of eastbound truck drivers slowing down for a brief moment or two on the one lane bridge before ac celerating again Hoffmann said the truck drivers many have been protesting the 43 cent gasoline tax increase that went into effect Oct 1 would have to assume it was about the 4 cent gasoline tax rate but they might be complaining about something Hoffmann said "They love to The congestion on the highway caused patrol officers to have to di rect eastbound traffic over the bridge Hoffmann said the conges tion lasted from around 5 pm to just after 9:30 pm Three weeks ago traffic along the highway backed up for about eight miles at times as truckers protested the gasoline tax Truckers used citi band radios to warn each other about patrol officers who made six arrests for blocking traffic on 1 70 and Interstate 44 Car burns In mall lot four escape unharmed The Dollinger family even gotten their new car licensed before the used Plymouth Horizon burned up last night in the Columbia Mall parking lot Three members of the family and a family friend escaped the fire un harmed but the car was destroyed ire officials were still working last night to determine the cause of the fire but suspected a problem with the fuse box amily friend Bich Nguyen said he smelled burning plastic when he was driving the car shortly before 8:30 pm He quickly pulled into a parking space near Dillard on the north side He and the passengers noticed a small flame in the dash board "I pulled over and the next thing we know it was a wild fire" Nguyen said all went up in flames in about five seconds" Lila Dollinger whose son Jim Dollinger bought the used car Thurs day was in the front passenger seat when the fire broke out Her 10 year old daughter Lori Dollinger and son Jason Dollinger 15 were in the back seat The group had just come from Au toZONE on Business Loop 70 East where workers had installed a new fuse to light the dashboard ANN LANDERS 95 year old reader writes tribute to wife of 68 years Ml 'j Dear Ann Landers: Enclosed please find a tribute to my wife Sara We are both 95 and have been married for 68 years I would be so happy if you published this Ann I want to honor this wonderful wom an John Marshall Perkins Dear John: What a loving letter You are a real role model for hus bands eveiywhere Here it is: A TRIBUTE TO MY WIE Sara My Darling: When I found you in the spring of my life my thoughts and fancy turned to love But now as we approach the setting sun viewing the sunset in its God made glory my mind goes back to yesterday When I think of the years that have passed I become aware of how fortu nate I am to have had you by my side to love and to help me maintain a sense of balance to keep me on the straight and narrow and to pull me back when 1 seemed to have lost my way Even though you did not always understand your thoughts and deeds were always meant to be in my best interests Now in the autumn of way it is sweet to know that I still have you to love and that you love me too JM Perkins (PS: This was written several years ago but it is still true and will be until my dying day) Dear Readers: After that beautiful tribute I am printing a letter from a reader who could use some tips from Sara Here it is: Dear Ann Landers: Last year my boyfriend gave me a beautiful en gagement ring Whenever I tried to tell how happy I was and suggest that we should make plans for our future he would reply talking about that stupid sub ject It makes me I tried to explain that when two people become engaged they are SUPPOSED to talk about their fu ture He replied only gave you that ring to get you to stop talking about marriage I hate the Howard broke my heart Ann but over him now and good rid dance a very pretty woman and I look my age But when am I going to find the right man? I have a nice personality kind and considerate and I give 100 percent in a relationship The men been meeting always ask for my phone number but they never call Could it be because more attractive than they are and they feel inferior? I need some answers Can you help? Joanne in Las Vegas Dear Joanne: You also need a course on how to win friends and in fluence people I suggest that you start with some counseling pushing all the wrong buttons hon ey PS glad through with Howard He was no bargain Dear Ann Landers: Please print this message for all wind chime lov ers If you have no neighbors within a mile hang your wind chimes all over your property However if you have neighbors closer than a mile PLEASE hang your beloved wind chimes inside your home and turn on a fan to make them jingle jan gle clang ting a ling bang bang bang etc You will be considered a thoughtful neighbor and will spare others a lot of annoying and un wanted racket Bothered in Min neapolis Dear Minneapolis: Different strokes for different folks Enough said ATTENTION ifjA All the clothing you need from head to toe M1SSOI Rl WILDERNESS CO 1810 Pans Rd 112 4300 PRE CHR1STMAS STATIONERY SALE SAVE 50 $1050 (reg $3900) Custom printed and beautifully gift boxed Your choice of colors and print style 100 sheets 100 envelopes All printed with name and address! ORDER 4 wks delivery the Point iitc 917 cast broadway downtown Columbia evil OPEN HOUSE OCT 24 1 5:00 Ad Sponsors: 1 Information 449 8523 REE Giant Railroad Layout Displays Swap Tables Cheshire Cat 27 10th St Dick Blick Art 900 Broadway Museumscope Antiques 2507 Old 63 South Collectables Biscayne Mall Servicemaster of Columbia 443 8383 WABASH REIGHT STATION and 1st CHRISTIAN CHURCH 10th Sl Columbia Hjin iiiiHiiHiiniHHHi HiHHiiiiiniinHi HiiiiininililllH jlliilltwtllH St Joseph plant closing will cost city 1050 Jobs ST JOSEPH (AP) Monfort Inc the third largest employer will close its meatpacking plant at the end of the year officials said The Dec 30 closing will leave 1050 people unemployed are disappointed we had to make the decision to close the St Jo seph pork plant" Don Slotkin presi dent of Monfort said yesterday "It is not economically viable to continue to operate it" The company said it will offer its affected workers chances to fill va cancies at other plants Gov Mel Carnahan said the state will send an additional $200000 to help displaced workers The Chamber of Commerce in St Joseph put the payroll at around $20 million a year Chamber president Bill Bassitt said there will be a ripple effect from the closings "I would estimate that facing a loss of 5000 related jobs" Bassitt said The Monfort closing came on the heels of the city losing Sherwood Medical a factory that employed more than 700 people factory was closed af ter it was contaminated by floodwa ters from the Missouri River this summer 1 Your Mizzou Store IGRRRRR1 MISSOURI SHIRT CO 1 5 Ninth Downtown ESpT Extra Support fcw Package Only from Silks More when you purchase your new Viking or White Sewing Machine or Serger 30 Day Price Guarantee No Lemon Guarantee Professional Trained Staff Unlimited Individual Instruction Sewing Classes Extended Service Warranty In House Service Loaner Program ull Trade Up Program Referral Program Preferred Customer Status VIKING (Silk More ''inc ftibrkw 1017 Broadway Columbia 874 5055 The Columbia Tribune is printed with rub off resistant ink and on 100 recycled newsprint PRINTED WITH SOY INK Service Directory To start home delivery or for customer service call: 874 6423 Tv place a classified id call 874 6412 Business Hours 7:30 am 8 pm Monday riday 8 am noon Saturday 8 am noon Sunday To contact the newsroom after hours call: 874 6482 Mailing Address: PO Box 798 Columbia MO 65205 We are located at 101 4th St in downtown Columbia at the comer of 4th and Walnut Streets Customer Service Circulation Department 874 6423 Classified Advertising 874 6412 Newsroom 874 6482 Sports Department 874 6493 Display Advertising 874 6448 Business Department 874 6439 Executives Offices 874 6403 Information 449 3811 Toll ree 800 333 6799 ax 314 874 6413 Reader Services Trib Talk 874 6428 Action Line 874 6465 Back Issues 874 6423 Photo Reprint Sales 874 6480 Tour Information 449 3811 Plate Sales 449 3811 Classroom Newspapers 874 6423 Trib Talk 874 6428 Home Delivery Rates 1 year $9444 6 mon ths $4998 3 months $2607 Mail Subscription Rates Boone County 1 yr $9444 Other Mo Counties 1 yr $13302 Outside Mo yr $15472 'Price Includes state and local sales tax We accept Mastercard Visa Discover Am Express This newspaper is sold in different locitions with varying sales tax rates Single copy price includes state and local sales tax (USPS 123 960) Published daily (7 days) at the Tribune Publishing Company (Except certain holidays) Second class Postage Paid at Columbia MO 65201 Postmaster Send address changes to Columbia Daily Tribune PO Box 798 Columbia MO 65205 ATTENTION ifjA All the clothing you need from head to toe M1SS(H Rl WILDERNESS CO 1810 Pans Rd 112 4300 IllllllillllllllllUUl UlllUllIllUilllll ATTENTION ifjA All the clothing you need from head to toe MISSOI RI WILDERNESS CO 1810 Pans Rd 112 4300.

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