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St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), January 3, 1994 | Go to article overview

People to People


Family: I am looking for my nephew, Mike Ramond Winsett. He was born to Edmond and Bonnie Rae Sharp Winsett in St. Louis on March 19, 1970.

Because my sister was unable to care for him, she relinquished her rights to him, and I took him myself.

When I married, my husband Bud and I kept him and loved him. We lived at 505 Venneman Avenue in Glendale. But when he was 6, we divorced, and Mike automatically became a ward of the state.

The officials said they would charge me with kidnapping if I didn't turn him over. I will never forget his screams when the officials took him off. There wasn't anything I could do. I had no money for an attorney.

Your readers are my last hope. MALINDA K. CLICK, 8667 North Loop No. 2, California City, Calif. 93505; phone: (619) 373-1841 before noon CST (call collect). Wanted: Volunteers, by Christian Hospital, for a new Intensive Care Waiting Room Program. They will be the non-medical liaison and peer support for families of intensive care patients. Dedicated, mature people are needed for one four-hour shift per week. Training is provided.

For more information, call JOYCE MAUZY at 653-5469, weekdays between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Available: Auditions for "See Hear," a local weekly cable television magazine show, will be on Saturday - children (between 5-10 years), 10 a.m.-noon; adults (including older adults for a senior segment), 1-4 p.m., at Continental Cablevision, 7330 Olive Boulevard.

Positions (all unpaid) include hosts, local sports commentator/associate producer, roaming reporter for each level. For more information, call Jacqui Poor at 727-6811, anytime 8:30 a. …

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