St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

Articles from May 17, 1994

1 Killed, 350 Hurt When Amtrak Hits Truck
Dick Hutchinson usually rides near the front of the train to be near the dining car when he makes his regular trips from New York to Savannah, Ga.Things did not work that way Monday. He ended up in the very last car of Amtrak's southbound Silver Meteor...
3 Musicals Dominate Tony Nominations
Two new musicals, "Passion" and "Beauty and the Beast," and one musical revival, "She Loves Me," dominated the 1994 Tony Award nominations Monday, as Broadway prepared to honor the best of a lackluster theater season."Passion," a stark, severe Stephen...
3-Week Layoff `No Big Deal" as St. Paul Outlasts St. Peters
After a three-week layoff, St. Paul player/manager A.J. Koenig was more than a little concerned about his team's East Missouri Baseball Association game Friday."After a rainout and a bye, I wasn't sure how we'd react," he said. "But for this team, it...
Abortion Pill Faces FDA Ru-486 Could Be Approved for U.S. Use in 2 Years
The abortion drug RU-486 could be licensed for use in the United States within two years, because of an agreement announced Monday that gives its French drug patents to an international research agency.France's Roussel Uclaf agreed to donate its patents...
A Dandy Duo: Knights, Pirates in Title Form Howell North, St. Charles Boys Grab Their First District Championships
The St. Charles area came away with two district championships in boys track and field meets Saturday.Francis Howell North earned its first district title, winning the Class 4A District 3 championship at Fort Zumwalt South. St. Charles did the same,...
After Getting Even on Road, Rockets Bid for a Home Win
There has been no home-court advantage in the National Basketball Association playoff series between Houston and Phoenix.The visiting team has won the first four games of the best-of-seven series, with the Suns taking the first two in Houston and the...
Amphibian Study Saturday at Forest 44
Missourians who are interested in salamanders at Forest 44 Conservation Area will get a chance to check their progress firsthand on Saturday. The event also will be a great opportunity for anyone who is curious about these secretive and, in some cases,...
Analysts See Fed Hiking Rates Half-Point
The Federal Reserve is about to send the most dramatic signal yet of its resolve to fight inflation, many private economists predicted Monday on the eve of a meeting of central bank policymakers.These analysts were looking for sizable half-point increases...
Area Officials Pave Way for Information Superhighway
A new highway is silently extending into St. Charles County without displacing homes. It won't snarl traffic, but it will relieve congestion. And without moving from their seats, users can go anywhere they desire in minutes.The information highway -...
Babbitt Assails Mining Deal as Taxpayer Rip-Off
In what he called a "historic giveaway," Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt reluctantly gave a Canadian mining corporation clear title Monday to harvest one of the world's richest veins of gold from U.S.-owned land in return for a payment of only $9,000...
Bankruptcy Law Is Unforgiving on Tithing
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT has provoked an outcry from a religious group by arguing that individuals who are in debt and heading for bankruptcy cannot contribute money to their church.Supporters of a 6-month-old law designed to protect worshipers from government...
Bikers Love Gateway City
WHEN the American Motorcyclist Association tallied up its members' 1993 trips, it found that St. Louis was third on the list of "the top 10 U.S. destinations."First came the Grand Canyon and, second, the motorcycle-rally town that is Sturgis, S.D.After...
Blacks Urged to Quit Griping, Ride Technology to Ladder's Top
E. LANCE McCARTHY is tired of black people griping.McCarthy, who is black, wants to see African-Americans doing something instead.Something like taking advantage of technology and becoming business owners.McCarthy is director of industrial policy development...
Boy, 13, to Perform at Carnegie Hall Seventh-Grade Pianist Wins International Contest for Rendition of Mozart Sonata
When Daniel Kubus takes the stage at Carnegie Hall in October, the 13-year-old pianist will fulfill a dream far ahead of his expectations.Daniel won the opportunity to play at the famous concert hall by winning his age level at the International Sonatina...
Breyer Pledges Self to Letter, Spirit of Laws
With a spirited Rose Garden sendoff from President Bill Clinton, Judge Stephen G. Breyer began on Monday what is expected to be an easy trek to confirmation to the Supreme Court.Breyer promised to pursue a pragmatic course if confirmed and "make law...
Briefcase
ST. LOUIS DEFENSE McDonnell Douglas To Update Harriers</P><P>McDonnell Douglas Corp. has won a $102 million contract from U.S. Naval Air Systems Command for the remanufacture of four Harrier jets.</P><P>The deal marks the...
Briefs
WorldBOSNIAGovernment Pushes To Capture Serb TowerGovernment forces pressed their offensive in northern Bosnia on Monday, apparently seeking to gain control of a key Serbian communications post.Bosnian radio said Monday that government troops had seized...
Briefs/region
LIQUOR REVOCATIONS.5 Area Licenses Lifted For Not Paying State Tax.The Illinois Department of Revenue said Monday that it had revoked the liquor licenses of 13 establishments, including five from the Metro East area, for failure to pay state taxes.Listed...
Brown Decision Emancipated the South
When the Supreme Court struck down racial segregation in the public schools exactly 40 years ago, some Southerners were shocked to find Justice Hugo Black of Clay County, Ala., in the unanimous majority.An unidentified comic genius wisecracked, with...
Capriati Arrested, Charged with Marijuana Possession
Tennis star Jennifer Capriati was arrested Monday on a marijuana charge after a tip about a runaway brought police to her hotel room.Police say they found Capriati, 18, alone in her room at the Gables Inn. During a search, they uncovered an undetermined...
Carter Helps End Jays' Losing Skid
Joe Carter drove in four runs and the Toronto Blue Jays ended their losing streak at five games, defeating the Detroit Tigers 7-2 Monday night.Carter went three for four with a double.Juan Guzman (4-4) gave up four hits in 5 1/3 innings. He gave up two...
Casino Gets Ready for Opening Riverboat, City Officials Target Memorial Day
St. Charles Riverfront Station and St. Charles officials are steaming full-speed ahead in their preparations for the arrival of thousands of riverboat casino customers, possibly by the end of the month.Joe McNamara, company vice president, said the company...
Casino St. Charles Readying Employees
Armed with a dozen state highway patrol officers, two Internal Revenue Service agents and a $24,000 computer, the Missouri Gaming Commission began Monday to process license applications for employees of the Casino St. Charles.That riverboat, along with...
Cheek Calls for Federal Probe of Stock Deals
Malcolm Cheek, awaiting trial on fraud charges involving Y&A Group, held a press conference in jail Monday to ask authorities to investigate what he claims is a wide-spread stock manipulation scheme."I think there are people in St. Louis who won't sleep...
Christopher Shuttles from Syria to Israel with Peace Proposal
Peace talks between Israel and Syria accelerated Monday as Secretary of State Warren Christopher held two meetings in Syria's capital of Damascus, then brought Syria's proposals to Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin in Jerusalem.Christopher delayed his departure...
Cooperate or Health Reform Fails
Health-care reform isn't a competitive sport. So why do we hear so much about winners and losers under the Clinton plan or the alternative reform proposals? Our traditional, competitive mode of conflict perception and resolution is a prescription for...
`Dreamers' Continue to Shine Howell North Uses Depth to Win First District Title
Francis Howell North kept its dream season going in girls track and field by reaching another milestone.The Knights won their first Gateway Athletic Conference title earlier this month and they followed that with their first district championship Saturday.Howell...
Dr. Seuss' New Tale Flowers
The Cat in the Hat is back - with a book in a nook.A 20-year-old manuscript by Dr. Seuss, the beloved children's author, was discovered after his death, his publisher said Monday."Daisy-Head Mayzie" will be published next winter by Random House and will...
Drug Dealer Was Key to Arrest of Officers
A federal drug investigation that netted three St. Louis police officers originally set out to destroy the remnants of a cocaine ring broken up here four years ago, a prosecutor said Monday.A drug dealer in protective custody since his arrest May 4 is...
Eds Talking with Sprint, Could Leave General Motors
After several weeks of other people saying it, Electronic Data Systems and Sprint on Monday finally said it: They might make a deal.And the parent company of EDS, General Motors Corp., said it was prepared to let the unit go if some deal with Sprint...
Exiles, Orphans among Ranks of Rwandan Rebels Backers View Guerrillas as Cavalry Coming to Nation's Rescue
Francois Rwagansana once took well-off Westerners on safaris throughout Africa. But he came home for the ultimate adventure: guerrilla warfare.Rwagansana, 33, plies his new trade at a rebel base in Rugende, five miles north of the divided capital. He...
Exiles, Orphans among Ranks of Rwandan Rebels Backers View Guerrillas as Cavalry Coming to Nation's Rescue
Francois Rwagansana once took well-off Westerners on safaris throughout Africa. But he came home for the ultimate adventure: guerrilla warfare.Rwagansana, 33, plies his new trade at a rebel base in Rugende, five miles north of the divided capital. He...
Ex-Superintendent Now Urban Planner
IN OUR TOWN: Former St. Louis schools supe Jerome B. Jones has joined the Fleming Corp. (architects) as a consultant. "I'm working with the company on some projects," said Jones, "based on the experience I've gained working in Europe. I'm an urban planner....
Faked Illness Differs from Case of Hypochondria
Dear Dr. Donohue: Would you please comment on factitious symptom disorder, also called "Munchausen syndrome"?Is it the same as hypochondria?Baron von Munchausen was the 18th-century, tale-spinning German cavalry officer for whom the syndrome was named....
FANS RELATE TO GAME, BUT PLAYERS' WORLD IS UNREAL Series: BASEBALL: PASTIME OR PAST TIME? THIRD OF FOUR PARTS
A football fan sits in the stands and admires muscle-bound players who collide with each other - something most fans never could do.A basketball fan exults in lofty leapers who throw down reverse slams - something most fans never could do.A hockey fan...
Federal Indictment of Bailey Dropped but Probe Continues, Authorities Stress
Federal authorities on Monday dropped an indictment against former Missouri Treasurer Wendell Bailey but emphasized that he remained under investigation.Monday's action is for "court procedural reasons only," Stephen Hill, U.S. attorney for western Missouri,...
For Blues Fans, It's a New Deal at New Kiel
For a mobile society, many Americans still like to dig in at home.We talk about movin' on up. Once the kids arrive, we get plugged into the neighborhood, and a routine sets in. A family tends to fix up rather than move out.That's why "This Old House"...
Forget Indy, Cards .500 Tewksbury Loses for First Time
It was one of those classic matchups: The club that can't get anybody out against the club that can't get anybody in.The Pittsburgh Pirates had been an almost unbelievable three for their last 46 with men in scoring position, but they overcame that tendency...
For Predominantly Black Colleges
Elaine Jones was a 10-year-old in Norfolk's Liberty Park Elementary School when the decision came down 40 years ago today. Naturally, she didn't understand the full implications of Brown vs. Board of Education, she recalled the other day."I expected...
Fraud Claims Mar Dominican Vote
Signs of fraud emerged in elections Monday to determine if President Joaquin Balaguer would extend his long rule.His leading challenger, Jose Francisco Pena Gomez, and other opponents accused electoral officials of excluding some voters from the polls...
Girl Shot with Officer's Gun Wins $100,000 Settlement
A 10-year-old girl who accidentally shot herself with a St. Peters police officer's gun a year ago has won a settlement of $100,000 in a suit filed by her mother.The girl, Patricia C. Pfitzer, suffered brain damage as a result of the shooting on May...
GM Closing `Devastating' to Budget Property Assessment off More Than $24 Million
Wentzville school officials are reeling at the huge loss in assessed valuation caused by the closing late last year of the General Motors Corp. car-assembly plant.The district's total assessed valuation this year plunged by 6.75 percent. Although the...
Haiti Ruler Usurps Job of Premier
Haiti's army-backed leader usurped the prime minister's post and assumed near-dictatorial powers Monday.The leader, Emile Jonassaint, acted hours after Robert Malval, the country's caretaker prime minister, ordered his Cabinet to defy the "puppet" government.Jonassaint,...
Heat Can Be Fatal to Pets Left in Closed Car
Dear Abby: Last year you printed an article about leaving pets in cars during the summer heat.Thank you for advising your readers that the Animal Protection Institute has cards that explain how an animal can die from the inside heat of an automobile.Please,...
Hog Heaven
JAY LENO, you need to visit Dale's.Tom Cruise, come on down.And anyone else who collects vintage motorcycles - as does Leno - or drives mint-condition Buick roadmasters cross country - as did Cruise in the movie "Rainman" - or just appreciates these...
Home Run Explosion May Help Baseball
Cecil Fielder was at bat. Three-and-two count.A pitch came blurring across the plate, just below the "Detroit" stitched on Big Cecil's baseball shirt, and just above his bellybutton.Ball four!The rule book says it was a strike. The umpire said it wasn't....
Hondas under Hood Have Hogan, Rahal Bringing Up Rear
Carl Hogan is not pleased with the status of his IndyCar team. Right now, he has the two slowest cars among the 30 that have qualified for the Indianapolis 500 on May 29.After the 33-car field is filled, the Hogan cars may be among the first in line...
Honor Roll
The following students at St. Charles High School are on the honor roll for the third quarter. The school is at Kingshighway and Waverly streets, St. Charles.To qualify a student must have a 3.0 or better grade-point average with no more than one C.FreshmenGrant...
Hustler: 20 and Still Unrepentant
IN THE LAST decade, I've passed up many invitations from public relations firms to celebrate the anniversaries of such important American cultural icons as macaroni and cheese, TV dinners, Barbie, Pampers, pantyhose, Woodstock and Spam.Last week, I got...
IRS Searches for Patterns Targets 90 Pct. Collection Rate
Computer sleuths at the IRS could scarcely have been more surprised. Working on the prototype of an ambitious new plan to uncover tax cheats last spring, they found swarms of returns from new-car dealers.Many of these dealers' corporate filings showed...
Israelis Abandon Hated Jail in Gaza Palestinians Raise New Flag
Israel began its final withdrawal from the Gaza Strip on Monday, shutting down the prison and military headquarters where soldiers had ruled the strip's 750,000 Palestinians since the 1967 Six-Day War.The army said first that it expected the pullout...
Is That Progress or What?
How much progress have we made since the Brown vs. Board of Education decision 40 years ago? I'm glad you asked. When Brown was decided, we Americans of black African descent were called "colored people." Today we're more likely to BE called "people...
It's T-Day: Army Reserve Attacks Tire Pile
Army Reserve trucks and troops once sent to the war in the Persian Gulf were dispatched Monday to join the battle against discarded tires in East St. Louis.Parts of the city had become dumping grounds for the tires, creating environmental problems that...
Knights Defensive about Success Strong Defenders Lift Howell N. Girls to 4th Straight District Crown
Coach Dan Hogan has a T-shirt that reads: Offense wins games; defense wins tournaments.That slogan has become a foundation for his Francis Howell North High girls soccer team. The Knights improved to 20-1-2 with a 1-0 double-overtime victory over Duchesne...
Losing Opener to Devils Doesn't Rattle Rangers
For the first time this season, the New Jersey Devils find themselves ahead of the New York Rangers. And for the first time in the National Hockey League playoffs, the Rangers find themselves behind in a series."I'm not worried at all," Rangers forward...
Obituaries
Orville W. GerkenOrville W. Gerken, 84, of St. Charles, died Saturday (May 14, 1994) of a heart ailment at St. Joseph Health Center in St. Charles.Mr. Gerken was retired. He had been employed for 27 years as a personnel administrator in the engineering...
Out-of-Wedlock Births May Be Hot Issue of '90S Role of Unmarried Mothers Fuels Welfare Debate
A WELFARE REFORM proposal by freshman Rep. James M. Talent, R-Mo., has become a lightning rod in the hot debate over whether the nation's welfare system has worsened the trend toward out-of-wedlock births.That debate has split Republicans in Congress,...
Pacers Race Indy for Hoosier Hearts
May usually is the month when basketball fanatics in Indiana turn their attention to sucking in exhaust fumes at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.That's because of the ineptitude usually displayed by the Indiana Pacers in the National Basketball Association...
Pay Freeze in Pact Has Teachers Upset
Teachers in the Wentzville School District who are unhappy over a board offer of a contingency contract with a wage freeze are expected to attend a School Board meeting tonight."There are going to be a lot of teachers there, and a lot of teachers who...
People
Things are just a touch uptight at the world's newest Hard Rock Cafe, in Beijing.Although B.B. KING was on hand to kick things off this weekend, the occasion was less than festive. To begin with, government censors pored over the lyrics - and the rock...
Pitchers Hear Professor Coleman Lecture
Pitching coach Joe Coleman had his say Monday morning. Before the Cardinals' game with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Coleman, who had been festering because of his pitching staff's inconsistency, laid down a few principles.The meeting was thinly disguised...
Plane Crash Victims Died Instantly, Coroner Says
A 16-hour delay in finding the wreckage of a private airplane that crashed near the Lake of the Ozarks was not a factor in the deaths of the four people on board, Camden County Coroner James Jungles said Monday.Pilot Dean Aerne, 41, president of a plumbing...
Police/courts
The following incidents were among those that were reported to police departments in the St. Louis metropolitan area or that involved action in one of the area's courts: ***** ASSAULTS.St. Louis: Deborah Barrow, 31, was charged...
Pre-'54 Horrors Forgotten
Forty years ago the Supreme Court started this country on an extraordinary undertaking: to undo 300 years of legally enforced racism. That was the effect of Brown vs. Board of Education, decided on May 17, 1954.There is a certain skepticism now about...
Put It on the P.A
Angie Marshall, a junior at Orchard Farm High School, won $100 in the annual TDS TELECOM Essay Contest as the Orchard Farm Telephone Co. winner. Her essay was entered into the regional competition.More than 100 Francis Howell North High School seniors...
Reputation Intact Ziegelmeyer Wins Appeal of Suspension, Retires
Speed skater Nikki Ziegelmeyer, the two-time Olympic medalist from Imperial, has retired.At age 18.With one letter of reprimand and $18,000 in bills from two attorneys.The legal fees came from defending herself after being suspended by U.S. Speedskating...
School Corridor No Longer Forbidden, but Still Forbidding
LOCKED ROOMS and doors marked PRIVATE have their fascination. But Patricia Insalaco's temptation was right out in the open.For 34 years, Pat wanted to walk down the Forbidden Corridor.The Forbidden Corridor is the white marble passage between the classrooms...
Show Time Live from the Levee, `Today' Puts City in National Spotlight
Running on miles of purple, green and orange cable, the "Today" show went live from the riverfront Monday in what KSDK general manager John Kueneke celebrated as "a two-hour commercial for St. Louis."The city put on its prettiest face for a morning in...
Specialists: What Unites Closers and Surgeons?
Here's today's trivia question: What three things do Duane Ward, Rob Dibble, Gregg Olson, Norm Charlton, John Wetteland, Bryan Harvey and Rod Beck have in common?1) They've all had at least one season in the '90s in which they've saved more than 25 games.2)...
Spelling Is Important: Remember Dan Quayle
AT A TIME when our children can use a calculator instead of counting on their fingers and flip a switch on their digital watches to get the time, it's hard to convince them that learning how to spell is important. Besides, a computer will do it for them.A...
Sports Shorts
Wiser Azinger Ready For Return To Golf</P><P>After all the fears and all the grim medical battles, Paul Azinger says he is a wiser man.</P><P>"At 33 years old, I learned you are not bulletproof," Azinger said. "For the first...
Spotlight
Mike Witt, 17, Junior, Duchesne High SchoolMike Witt believes he has found the key to helping others while having fun at the same time. The "key" is the Key Club, of which Witt was recently elected president.He has belonged to the group since his freshman...
St. Louis Doctor Takes Joy in Providing Care to Poor
The moment has arrived to remove the bandages from Tortilus Likenson's eye. This little 2-year-old has never before seen his mother or anything else in his world, which is a troubled place right now.The unveiling is a special moment for his doctors,...
Study: Body's Cycles Aid Chemotherapy
Synchronizing cancer treatment with the body's own internal rhythms appears to give ordinary chemotherapy drugs a much stronger punch, perhaps even doubling their power to fight tumors, a major new study shows.Typically, cancer medicines are given in...
Supreme Court Disallows Designated Transfer Centers for Trash
Local governments cannot require trash-collecting companies to take garbage to designated transfer centers for sorting and baling before it's disposed of, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.The court said such "flow control" laws, enforced by numerous communities...
Taking Shots at Free Vaccine Programs
GOP Sen. John C. Danforth of Missouri and Democratic Sen. Dale Bumpers of Arkansas are resisting the Clinton administration's push to provide free vaccines to all children. They say the administration wants to turn the federal child immunization program...
The `Electronic Miracle' Can Also Be a Downer
Dear Ann Landers: Thanks for printing my letter. I wrote about how I dislike those recorded messages on answering machines and promised if you called me, you would not get a recording.Well, Ann, you DID call me and wrote about it in your column. I thought...
The Kiss That Shook Miami
For Magda Montiel Davis, a kiss is just a kiss. Ms. Montiel said her brief kiss on the cheek of Cuban leader Fidel Castro was an innocent gesture.But for many Cuban-Americans, that peck on the cheek was tantamount to betrayal and has unleashed an avalanche...
The Police Sting
The St. Louis Police Department has long enjoyed a reputation for being corruption-free, which is all the more reason for St. Louisans to be dismayed by the third alleged instance of police dishonesty this year. The close sequence of the disclosures...
`The Stand' Blows Away Its Network Competitors
ABC's eight-hour adaptation of Stephen King's "The Stand" was Armageddon for competitors. On opening night, the apocalyptic epic drew more than 18 million viewers (twice as many as tuned in to CBS or NBC), and the audience for Part II actually grew by...
Thomas: Criminals Mustn't Be Excused
Judges and legislators should stop blaming society for crime and start blaming the criminal, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas said Monday.Thomas said the expansion of individual rights had contributed to crime by creating excuses - such as racism...
Threat of Boycott Rubs Olympic Festival Scars
A leaflet being passed out in north St. Louis urges blacks to "boycott the racist Olympic Festival." The call lacks the endorsement of most black leaders, but points to a wound still healing.An aide to Mayor Freeman Bosley Jr. says the two black activists...
Top Student to Bid Arrivederci to Area
Dan Dwyer will soon be saying "ciao, baby" to his friends at St. Charles High School. The 17-year-old junior has won a scholarship recently to study in Italy for two years.Dwyer will be leaving in August to travel to the Trieste area in northeastern...
Toronto Dodges Vancouver Bullet with 3-2 Ot Win
Peter Zezel's second goal of the game, at 16:55 of overtime, lifted the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 3-2 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Monday night in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals.Game 2 of the best-of-seven Stanley Cup semifinal series...
`Unisex' Warning in Citadel Trial Lawyer for School Says Woman's Suit Is about More Than Fairness
SHANNON FAULKNER'S attempt to force The Citadel to admit her to the corps of cadets is trying to force "a unisex worldview of the law of the land," the lawyer for the state military school said Monday.As the trial of her lawsuit opened in federal court,...
United Pilots Told Redoing Deal Would Put Buyout at Risk
United Airlines pilots on Monday debated renegotiating a $4.9 billion employee buyout of the carrier, but most other parties in the deal said it should be left alone.Financial analysts said any changes to fashion a better deal for workers would lower...
Used-Car Leasing Starting to Gain Some Popularity
Here's a glimpse of the future for buyers of used - er, I mean, pre-owned - cars. Like new-car buyers, you may start to lease instead of own.The industry is preparing for a three-tiered used-car market: clunkers at the bottom, traditional used cars in...
Vfw/portage Bats Go `Crazy' in Victory over Wentzville
The VFW Post 4219/Portage team of the East Missouri Baseball Association has shown its versatility early this season.Last week, VFW/Portage used its pitching and defense to get by the O'Fallon Browns 3-2. Sunday, the VFW/Portage hitters took over in...
Vikings Playing `Best Ball Now' Howell Clinches Gac, Prepares to Defend District Championship
The Francis Howell High baseball team wrapped up a successful regular season late last week, beating Fort Zumwalt South and Francis Howell North before losing to Parkway West.The victories over defending league champion Fort Zumwalt South (13-8) and...
Wallach's Wallops Keeps la Streaking
Tim Wallach and Mike Piazza each homered Monday night, leading the Los Angeles Dodgers to their seventh consecutive victory and sole possession of first place in the NL West with a 9-2 victory over Colorado.Wallach drove in four runs, giving him 1,000...
Why Ask Why? Perennial Candidates Never Say Die
IN 1964, George "Boots" Weber, a Democrat running in a Republican area of southwest St. Louis County, was elected to the Missouri House on the lengthy coattails of President Lyndon B. Johnson's landslide win.Weber, a farmer and real estate broker from...
`Wish List' for Area Arts Studied Officials at Group Meetings Developing Community Cultural Plan
About 2,000 ideas and opinions were offered at recent group meetings centering on St. Charles County's first community cultural plan.The 26 meetings held May 3-6 throughout the county helped identify cultural needs and resources. The information will...