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Articles from November 22, 1994

Activist: 2nd Black Judge `Past Due'
One black judge among 18 in Madison County is not enough, a coalition of activists declared Monday on behalf of Duane Bailey, a black candidate for a vacancy on the bench."It is long past due," said James Gray, president of the Alton Chapter of the National...
Airfield Bombing Could Be Just What Serbs Wanted
When NATO warplanes bombed an airfield in Croatia, were they doing exactly what ethnic Serbs in Bosnia and Croatia wanted?The Western alliance's raid Monday was clearly meant as punishment after a string of increasingly audacious attacks by the Serbs...
All-Big Eight Football Team
First Team Offense</P><P>QB Kordell Stewart Colorado Sr. 6-3 210</P><P>QB Chad May Kansas State Sr. 6-2 220</P><P>RB Rashaan Salaam Colorado Jr. 6-1 210</P><P>RB Lawrence...
American Express Unit Takes $50 Million Hit
American Express Co. announced Monday that a subsidiary has reached a $50 million settlement with the government that prosecutors said includes the biggest civil fine ever assessed against a U.S. bank for money laundering.The settlement with American...
Applicants Sought for Cleanup Panel Independent `Oversight' on Superfund Site Planned
Applications are being accepted for appointments to a federally funded citizens commission that will monitor cleanup work at the Department of Energy's Weldon Spring Superfund site.The commission is funded by a five-year grant for $314,648 by the Department...
Authorities Query Students at Blow Principal on Leave Pending Investigation
Investigators from the state Division of Family Services interviewed at least a dozen students Monday at Blow Middle School in St. Louis after teachers at the school alleged the principal has ordered children handcuffed.The principal, Larry Pulos, has...
A `Whooshing Sound' No Clue to Usair Crash
A strange "whooshing sound" aboard a USAir jetliner before the Sept. 8 crash that killed all 132 aboard apparently was nothing more than an open public address system, industry sources said Monday.The report appeared to end speculation over the weekend...
Booker Is out, Not Down Ex-Tiger Star Resolves to Shake off Pro Snubs
Some six months ago, Melvin Booker unexpectedly was snubbed in the National Basketball Association draft."A lot of people were shocked," said Booker, the catalyst in the Missouri Tigers' 14-0 prance through the Big Eight Conference last season.Stunned...
Boyfriend Falls Short in Many Respects
Dear Abby: I have heard that you don't believe a letter is "real" unless it is handwritten with misspelled words, and tears all over the paper. Well, this is real.What should I do about my boyfriend? I am 45, he is 50, and we've been seeing each other...
Briefs
WorldINDONESIAOPEC Agrees To Freeze Current Oil ProductionThe Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries agreed today to cap its current oil production for all of next year in a bid to boost sagging world oil prices.The decision was unanimous, an...
Briefs
WorldJAPANParliament OKs Reform Of Its Electoral SystemThe Japanese parliament adopted legislation Monday to reform its electoral system, but the changes might not eliminate political favors. The new redistricting bill dissolves multiseat districts in...
Browns, Chiefs `Mug' for Refs
George Foreman has been in fewer scuffles. There was enough trash talk to fill a Dumpster. And more flags than the United Nations.You would have thought that the Raiders were in town.But no. It was the Cleveland Browns and the Kansas City Chiefs who...
`Card'inal Rule Greetings Get Smart-Alecky for Aging Baby-Boomers
You've probably seen it, that oh-so-snide birthday card that proclaims on the outside:"Many people are quite excited about your 40th birthday."And inside: "The laxative industry. The hair color industry. The eyewear industry. . . ."Don't forget the greeting...
City Wants to Build Park in Front of Kiel
Now that the $135 million Kiel Center is in place, St. Louis development officials and directors at Kiel are planning major improvements outside the glass front doors.With about $2.8 million in federal money already in hand, city officials want to start...
Clinton Assures Rabin: U.S. Won't Cut Aid
President Bill Clinton assured Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin on Monday that he would ask Congress to keep U.S. aid at the $3 billion level and to approve new funding for an anti-missile defense system."We are going to have a very robust security...
Congress Stretches Its Powers Too Far
On Election Day, as voters were creating a Congress with a mandate to relimit government, the Supreme Court was hearing arguments in a case involving an old but long-dormant dispute about the limits of Congress' powers.In 1992, officials at a San Antonio...
Cop Boxers to Come out with Hands Up
The city cops, forbidden by Kiel Center honchos from patrolling inside, have found a way to see an event. They rented the joint.The occasion is the seventh Budweiser Metro Boxing Showdown at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. It pits St. Louis City police and firefighters...
Democrats in Senate Put Clinton on Notice Lawmakers Want Greater Voice in Setting Policy
REGARDLESS OF WHO wins the close race to lead the diminished band of Senate Democrats in the 104th Congress, President Bill Clinton is already on notice that he cannot automatically count on Democratic support in his battles with the new Republican majority...
Doctors: Some Losing Money on Medicare
Worried physicians are seeking to head off a new round of cuts in Medicare, asserting that many doctors already lose money treating elderly patients.Leaders of organized medicine, testifying Monday before a panel that advises Congress on physician pay,...
Dr. Mather Pfeiffenberger, 74; General Surgeon in Metro East
Dr. Mather Pfeiffenberger, a longtime general surgeon in the Metro East area, died of cancer Saturday (Nov. 19, 1994) at his home in Alton. He was 74.Dr. Pfeiffenberger was a surgeon in the Alton-Godfrey area for more than 35 years. He was an emeritus...
Dr. Paul Donohue
Dear Dr. Donohue: For most women, menopause seldom occurs abruptly. So what happens if a woman has a complete hysterectomy at age 35? Does she immediately go into the hot flashes and other symptoms, plus have the osteoporosis problem? Should she be on...
Eating for Good Cause 50 Restaurants Have Fund-Raiser for Aids
LET'S talk turkey.Turkey hash. Turkey salad. Turkey soup. Turkey tetrazini.By next Tuesday, you'll probably be ready to go cold turkey when it comes to reincarnations of Thanksgiving dinner.Here's a way to do it, totally guiltfree.Enjoy a meal at...
Ex-Tiger Booker out, but Not Down
Some six months ago, Melvin Booker unexpectedly was snubbed in the National Basketball Association draft."A lot of people were shocked," said Booker, the catalyst in the Missouri Tigers' 14-0 prance through the Big Eight Conference last season.Stunned...
Factory Annoying Neighbor Couple Is Sleepless in St. Louis County
John Broeckelmann hopes he can resolve his problem without making enemies. Broeckelmann, a computer programmer from south St. Louis County, justs wants to sleep in his own bedroom again.The problem is a droning noise that goes 24 hours a day, 365 days...
Free Enterprise Rides Again
Despite urgent debate about efficient executions, the year's salient electoral issue sometimes seemed to be: Does government have any role at all beyond killing and incarceration? To all appearances, the strict constructionists have won the moment.The...
Friendly Invasion: Polish General Tours Army Reserve Personnel Center
So this is the way the Cold War ends - not with a bang, but with a Polish general strolling through the U.S. Army Reserve Personnel Center, a part of the Military Records Center in Overland.The Pole is Brig. Gen. Andrzej Ekiert, head of mobilization...
Gop Is Cooling on Term Limits despite `Contract,' Lawmakers Reluctant to Give Up Their Jobs
House Republicans, committed to a first-ever vote on congressional term limits, are having second thoughts about limiting their own stays in Washington.The man who likely will be the new House majority leader, Rep. Dick Armey of Texas, suggested that...
Gop Lawmakers Prepare for Battle within Ranks Economic Policy Pits Conservatives against Moderates
AMID THE PUBLIC displays of post-election euphoria and unity, the Republicans who will assume control of Congress in January are quietly positioning themselves for what they expect to be a bitter intraparty battle over tax and budget policy.The economic...
Gop Seeks to Deny Benefits to Some Legal Immigrants
With anti-immigrant sentiment sweeping parts of the country, Republicans are moving to deny welfare benefits to most legal immigrants, many of them the elderly parents of U.S. citizens.The restrictions, which would save $22 billion over five years, are...
Haagen-Dazs Not So Fat Free, U.S. Says
The allure of a guilt-free binge on low-fat Haagen-Dazs desserts may be a little less alluring than promised.The Federal Trade Commission charged Monday that Haagen-Dazs Co. made false and misleading claims about the fat content of its frozen yogurt...
Hand of Sanders, Hands of Rice Help 49ers Grab Win over Rams
The right hand of Deion Sanders reached out and slapped aside the Los Angeles Rams' mighty grasp for a season-highlight victory, and so it goes for a team unable to close on success.Sanders' game-saving play, after being beat by wide receiver Flipper...
Higher Interest Rates Haunt Holiday Buying
Attention, holiday shoppers: The cost of your Christmas just went up.The interest rate that most credit cards charge on unpaid balances varies with the bank prime rate, a benchmark rate for many business and consumer loans. And the prime jumped three-quarters...
`Historic' Zoning Likely to Resolve S. Main Discord
St. Charles city officials and merchants along South Main Street have hit upon a compromise to resolve the zoning irregularities along the street.The city's Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a hearing on a proposal to set up a new zoning category...
Honor Roll
John Weldon Elementary School, 7370 Weldon Spring Road, in the Francis Howell district, has announced its honor roll for the first quarter. A pupil must have a grade-point average of 3.65, be on grade level and have a 1 or 2 in art, music, physical education,...
Housing Starts Decline, but Building Is Active
Housing starts in St. Charles County started to show a seasonal drop in October, but construction remained active.Permits were approved for 220 new houses, according to the St. Charles County Building Department. That was down from 269 in September and...
Howell North Comes Up Short in Game for Class 4a Crown
The final score - Lindbergh 4, Francis Howell North 0 - could not have been more misleading."It wasn't a 4-0 game," Howell North coach Vince Nowak said after his Knights fell to the Flyers in the Class 4A soccer title match at St. Louis Soccer Park Saturday...
Ito Could End Up Booted from Case
Even though jury selection in the O.J. Simpson murder trial likely will be complete by then, it will be at least three weeks before anybody knows for sure if Superior Judge Lance Ito will preside over the actual trial - or whether any of the proceedings...
Judge Orders Illinois to Renew Some Tax-Financed Abortions
A federal judge ruled Monday that the state must temporarily restore federally mandated, taxpayer-financed abortions for rape and incest victims, and even the attorney representing the state agreed."I think the issues are cut and dried here," said U.S....
Knights Fend off Mysterious Hawklets in Semifinal
The Hawklets of Kansas City Rockhurst High were a complete mystery heading into Friday's Class 4A soccer semifinals at St. Louis Soccer Park."We knew of their tradition and you know that any team that gets this far has to be pretty good," Howell North...
Lady Lions Face a Challenge in Tough Schedule
When Lindenwood College women's basketball coach Steve Crotz is asked about his team, his response is always the same: "We'll probably win five or six."The Lady Lions, who finished 24-7 and made their first NAIA National Tournament appearance a year...
Late Field Goal Lifts Giants over Oilers
New coach, same result for the Houston Oilers.David Treadwell kicked a 37-yard field goal with two seconds to play Monday night to help the New York Giants end a losing streak at seven games - their longest in 14 years - with a 13-10 National Football...
Lesbian Lawyer to Head Gay Rights Group
A top Apple Computer lawyer has resigned to take command of the largest lesbian and gay rights organization in the country.Elizabeth Birch, 38, head of litigation and human resources for Apple in Cupertino, Calif., was named Sunday as the new executive...
Lifting Voices All Singing Praises as Wentzville High's Choral Festival Ends Tonight
Students, choir members and voice teachers are singing the praises of the annual invitational choral festival that ends tonight at Wentzville High School.For the students, not only is the festival a chance to perform with other groups under a special...
Lindenwood Women's Kickers Back at Nationals
The women's soccer team at Lindenwood College has a new coach, a new system and a good number of new players. Yet, the Lady Lions are in the same old place - the NAIA Tournament.Lindenwood is seeded fourth in the nine-team event, which is being played...
Losing through Intimidation
For the St. Louis school system to regain the confidence it needs among parents, students and the community at large, disturbing allegations about abuse of pupils at Blow Middle School must be investigated quickly, fairly and fully. If first-year Principal...
Mission Had Strict Rules for Pilots Serbian Warplanes Were Off-Limits despite Bombing Run Last Week
NATO's airstrike on a Serbian air base Monday appears to have been burdened by a constraint that was all too familiar to American pilots over North Vietnam.The alliance hailed Monday's strike as a success, saying that the planes involved had hit runways...
More Firms Align to Buy Health Care
Twenty-one big employers, who provide health insurance for 8 percent of St. Louisans, have now joined a coalition to jointly buy health insurance.The massive employer bargaining group is arriving just as hospitals and doctors are forming their own big...
Morning Briefing
OECD Asks Fed To Keep Raising Interest Rates</P><P>The U.S. Federal Reserve must continue to push interest rates higher if it hopes to keep inflation under control in 1995, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said...
Morning Briefing Eye Openers
Pop quiz: The year was 1975 when they finally stopped the Galloping Griffin. This Ohio State running back strung 31 consecutive games in which he gained 100 yards or more. The streak started his sophomore season when he eclipsed the 100-mark against...
NAACP Must Rely on Its Constituency
It is an embarrassment. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the oldest, biggest and most respected of black civil rights organizations, is on the brink of financial (and, some would say, moral) bankruptcy. It is some $3.8...
NATO Jets Bomb Base in Croatia
NATO retaliated Monday for repeated Serb attacks on a U.N. haven in Bosnia by bombing an airfield in a Serb-controlled section of Croatia.The airfield at Udbina is 22 miles southwest of the U.N.-designated safe area of Bihac. Serbs have used the airfield...
NATO Official Warns Senators about Arming Bosnian Muslims
NATO's top official warned Republican senators who favor arming the Muslims in Bosnia that, if the war in Bosnia increased as a result, the allies and the United Nations would need American troops to cover a retreat of peacekeepers.The senators were...
Nebraska Gets Oral Commitment from Knights' Standout Matthews
Karnell Matthews wants to be a Cornhusker.Matthews, the standout running back at Francis Howell North High, gave an oral commitment to the University of Nebraska Friday."I'd been talking it over with my family and we decided that if Nebraska made an...
Net Gain? Beard Is Facing Strange Problems in Jersey
You can't help but feel a little compassion for Alfred "Butch" Beard.As the starting point guard with the championship Warriors, he had to appease the demanding Rick Barry. He made sacrifices throughout a decent yet unspectacular National Basketball...
Net Gain? Beard Puts on Jersey, but Does It Fit?
You can't help but feel a little compassion for Alfred "Butch" Beard.As the starting point guard with the championship Warriors, he had to appease the demanding Rick Barry. He made sacrifices throughout a decent yet unspectacular National Basketball...
Nigerian Writer Flees, Citing Threat of Arrest
Tipped off that his arrest was imminent, Nobel Prize-winning writer Wole Soyinka slipped out of Nigeria even though the military dictatorship had seized his passport and U.N. travel document.He surfaced Monday, flanked by eminent writers in Paris, to...
No Immigration `Crisis,' Say Kemp and Bennett
The United States has no immigration crisis and measures such as California's Proposition 187 are "Chicken Little" approaches to the issue of illegal immigrants, leading Republicans William Bennett and Jack Kemp said Monday.Bennett, the former education...
Obituaries
A. Throckmorton</P><P>Arthur Harold Throckmorton, 80, of Wentzville, died Saturday (Nov. 19, 1994) at St. Joseph Hospital West in Lake Saint Louis.</P><P>Mr. Throckmorton was a retired maintenance man.</P><P>A funeral...
On Martha's Menu Books, Magazines, Television Shows and, of Course, Gold Leaf
IT WAS a Martha Stewart book-signing party. Hold the Velveeta.First came the retinue of retainers - two book publishers, a publicist and the head of regional book sales.Then came the laden kitchen staff - three chefs and four helpers bearing trays of...
People
The hair is always blonder on the other side of the marriage. . . .We're told that the marriage of RICHARD GERE and CINDY CRAWFORD is all but over. What else could it be after a British tabloid published photos this weekend showing a 22-year-old model...
PLO Rally Denounces Extremists
PLO gunmen fired into the air and denounced Muslim extremists Monday as 10,000 people rallied in what Yasser Arafat billed as a show of support for peace with Israel.Militant Islamic leaders, burying the 14th victim of recent factional fighting, called...
Police/courts
The following incidents were among those that were reported to police departments or that involved one of the area's courts:TRAFFIC ACCIDENTSMaryland Heights: Several people were injured and a nonhazardous chemical spilled from a truck onto Interstate...
Pornography, Politics and Principle
The timing could hardly have been coincidental. Two days after President Bill Clinton received a loud, clear, negative message from voters, Attorney General Janet Reno took the unusual step of repudiating the solicitor general and urging the U.S. Supreme...
Protester: GATT Will `Reduce Us to Peasants'
Who gives a hoot about GATT?Few Missourians do, although they have much at stake, contended about two-dozen demonstrators who marched Monday in downtown Clayton. The group was protesting the proposed General Agreement of Tariffs and Trade, which Congress...
Put on the P.A
Members of clubs at St. Charles High School raised more than $160 at a carnival with games and a dunking booth during a recent lunch period. The money was distributed to needy families for Thanksgiving. Among those involved were students from the business...
Quirky Druthers Swirl Up with Autumn Leaves
SOME ARE WEATHERWISE, some are otherwise," Ben Franklin once said.Here in suburbia, where nobody farms or sails or tracks game for a living, most of us are "otherwise." Who knows a mackerel scale from a mare's tail, a fracto stratus from a strato cumulus?...
Rebuffed, Dole Still Demands Swap for Trade Vote
Senate Minority Leader Bob Dole, a key figure in President Bill Clinton's efforts to win U.S. approval of a new world trade accord, refused Monday to back off on a demand for a capital-gains tax cut as the price of his support.No sooner had Dole suggested...
Rebuffed, Dole Still Demands Swap for Trade Vote
Senate Minority Leader Bob Dole, a key figure in President Bill Clinton's efforts to win U.S. approval of a new world trade accord, refused Monday to back off on a demand for a capital-gains tax cut as the price of his support.No sooner had Dole suggested...
Roasts, Toasts Mark Guilfoil's 75th Salute
PARTY TIME: At attorney Thomas Guilfoil's 75th birthday dinner at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Friday night, former Sen. Thomas Eagleton pointed out others who were celebrating their 75th birthday with Tom: Mother Teresa, Warren Christopher ("If he were still...
Sex with Ex? Donahue Is Looking
TWO STRANGE, sexy ads appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Personals section last Tuesday:"2nd MARRIAGES"Does your daughter have a crush on your husband? If so, call our Research Hotline collect Monday-Friday 9-5, 212-582-5762.""WIVES"Do you want...
Slu Cruises, Exhibits Little in 89-66 Exhibition Win
On a sedate Monday night in the city, 8,101 folks dropped by Kiel Center to warm their tootsies and watch the St. Louis University basketball team stretch its legs.SLU's 89-66 exhibition victory over an occasionally competitive Samara team from the Russian...
Speeding Tickets Ducats for Mu-Illinois Border War Are Sold out in about 20 Minutes
Now you see them, now you don't.If you were thinking about purchasing tickets to attend the Missouri-Illinois basketball game Dec. 22 at Kiel Center, you had about 20 minutes to follow through.That's how long it took Monday for the game to sell out."It's...
Sports Shorts
Gibbs Bites Bullet, Resigns As OU Coach</P><P>Gary Gibbs inherited a scandal-ridden program, cleaned it up, and led Oklahoma to six consecutive winning seasons. It still wasn't enough.</P><P>Gibbs, who couldn't win the big...
Spotlight
The first year of high school can be stressful for some, but not for 14-year-old Katie Bussen. She's getting involved in extracurricular activities and thoroughly enjoying school with the "big" kids.She plays on the Duchesne High School's volleyball...
State Orders Review of Ambulance Hiring
Gov. Mel Carnahan ordered on Monday a review of a state agency's practice of not investigating the driving and criminal backgrounds of ambulance workers.The Post-Dispatch reported Sunday that the Missouri Bureau of Emergency Medical Services neglected...
Steadman Funds at Bottom 3 of 4 Funds Rank Last in Category
How bad is Steadman Security Co. at managing mutual funds?"Wretched," says Don Phillips of Chicago-based Morningstar Mutual Funds Inc., which gauges the performance of mutual funds. "It is almost farcical that someone can produce results that are so...
Stopped Cold: Baker's Yeast May Give Rise to Miraculous Cure
Ordinary baker's yeast may harbor a cure for the common cold, according to a scientist who said he made the discovery completely by accident.Hidden in the genetic machinery of yeast is a newly discovered molecule that prevents cold viruses from replicating...
Team Approach Kicks off Race for School Board
ONLY TWO WEEKS have gone by since we voted in national elections and candidates are already lining up for the St. Louis School Board.In past years, the city school elections have been considered crucial. That dates back to 1987, when three anti-busing...
Terrapins Pick Up Pace, Coast Past Chaminade
Gary Williams warned his Maryland team about Chaminade's reputation as giant killers. He repeatedly told them about the Silverswords' victories over Virginia and Louisville.The seventh-ranked Terrapins had let a 19-point lead close to nine midway through...
Thankful, All Election? Everyone Counts a Winner on Thanksgiving
St. Charles Post Special Correspondent No need to ask Republicans what they are thankful for this Thanksgiving, since the majority of Republican candidates gobbled up the votes on Election Day earlier this month.But even candidates who lost are finding...
The Gephardt Lesson: Democrats Must Get Back to Basics
The most telling vignette of what happened to the Democrats in the midterm election comes from a Washington lobbyist who, finding himself in St. Louis on the Sunday before the voting, decided to drop by the campaign headquarters of House Majority Leader...
The War Widens
The NATO air strikes on an airbase in a Serbian-held area of Croatia were inevitable after the developments of last week. NATO had to do something to protest the Bosnian Serbs' latest provocations and live up to its pledge to enforce the no-fly zone...
Times Beach Incinerator Not That Risky, Study Says
A federal study has found minimal health risks in a proposal to burn dioxin-contaminated soils at Times Beach. The finding clears the way for the state to issue a permit to build an incinerator.The study by the Environmental Protection Agency says a...
Top Recruits Make for No. 1 Mix with Returning Stars
Wrestling expectations at Lindenwood College are sky-high these days. And why not?The Lions, who finished fourth at last year's NAIA championships, have a number of top-level recruits to go along with a solid returning nucleus. And Lindenwood was ranked...
U.S. `Wrenching and Reeling,' Author Says in Millstone Talk
The recent Republican win is one of many political changes pulsing through the United States as it exits the 20th century with no common enemy, a noted journalist and author said here Monday."We're wrenching and reeling, looking for a common purpose...
Waterston to Be Reunited with `Fly Away' Co-Star
THE transcendent Regina Taylor of "I'll Fly Away" returns to television Wednesday night, joining former co-star Sam Waterston as a guest on his new series, "Law & Order" - and I demand credit for the whole thing.Last summer in Los Angeles, when Waterston...
When Fathers Don't Stay Around
HiramI've fathered only one child that I know of. I lived with a woman for six years, and when she got pregnant, she kicked me out. She had good reason, because I was heavy into cocaine. I don't try to get in touch with my child because I know the mother...
Widower, Kids Make Pests of Themselves
Dear Ann Landers: What do you think about a widowed brother-in-law who likes to spend frequent long weekends with my husband and me, bringing along his two sons - ages 9 and 11?"Ben" never brings a gift or a bag of groceries, nor has he ever offered...
Wind Blows Roof off Building at Francis Howell High School
High wind Sunday night peeled the roof off the industrial arts building at Francis Howell High School and blew it about 50 feet into a press box at the rear of the athletic field bleachers.Fortunately, Principal Bob Schoewe said, the old roof had been...
Windstorm Raises Roof, Cuts Power
The blustery storm that whipped through St. Louis early Monday peeled away the roof above the sleeping Robinsons, who bounded downstairs to find jagged timber and bricks piled about the front yard."This big old wind came down on us and shook the house...
Winners, Sinners Jefferson County's Trick Nets Fugitives
"You have won $5,000," the letter said.If it sounded too good to be true, it was for the more than 200 people who tried to collect.Most got arrested.They were nabbed in Operation Lam Scam, a two-week effort aimed at people with outstanding arrest warrants...
Women Getting Leagues of Own
Joanna Klaus didn't feel like a hockey pioneer 11 years ago. She was just another curious sister following her brother into a sport.There were no girls programs in this area, so she played with the guys. "It didn't bother me, because I was a tomboy anyway,"...
Youth Council Is Organizing Its Senior Basketball Leagues
St. Charles Post Special Correspondent The Catholic Youth Council is in the process of organizing its 1995 senior (over 18) basketball leagues. The leagues will start Jan. 8, with all games played on Sundays. Competition is available for both men and...
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