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Volume 19, Number 33

2 Sections, 32 Pages

Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016

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High school students express


support for block scheduling
First of two parts
By GLORIA LLOYD
Staff Reporter
Students from Mehlville and Oakville
high schools asked the Mehlville Board of
Education last week not to cut block scheduling, which they see as an integral part of
their high school experience.
A scheduling team comprised of assistant

principals from each high school presented


to the board Aug. 11 what it learned while
studying block scheduling and some possible alternatives since last fall.
The school districts examination of
block scheduling signals that it could be
overhauled for the first time except for
minor tweaks since it was implemented
(See SUPPORT, Page 4A)

Lindbergh Board of Education backs


superintendent, chief financial officer
Bill Milligan photo

Route 66 Festival, Car Show shifts into high gear

A parade of classic cars and other vehicles on Saturday morning kicked


off the seventh annual Route 66 Festival and Car Show sponsored by the
Crestwood-Sunset Hills Area Chamber of Commerce. The parade began
at Pole Position Raceway and ended at Sunset Ford, where a full day of
events, including the Car Show and live music, took place. More photographs from the Route 66 Festival and Car Show are featured on Page 14A.

First of two parts


By MIKE ANTHONY
Executive Editor
The Lindbergh Board of Education supports Superintendent Jim Simpson and
Chief Financial Officer Charles Triplett,
according to President Kathy Kienstra.
Resident Basil Pappas, parent of a district
teacher, last week called for the Board of
Education to fire Simpson and Triplett, after

alleging improprieties with Lindberghs


purchase of the former Johnnys Market
site at 11555 Gravois Road.
The Board of Education supports Dr.
Simpson and Mr. Triplett, and has no intention of firing either one, as demanded
by Mr. Pappas, Kienstra told the Call.
During a period for public comment at
the Aug. 9 board meeting, Pappas did not
(See BACKS, Page 8A)

Call marks 27th anniversary; continues to innovate to better serve its readers
By GLORIA LLOYD
Staff Reporter
As Call Newspapers celebrates its 27th anniversary this
week, the newspaper continues to innovate to better serve
readers across south county.

Readers can now get their news from the Call in more
ways than ever, including the print edition, website,
Facebook page, Twitter, an email newsletter that started
last year and, beginning this year, Instagram.
Were still the only folks in the area that combine local

news with a total market mailed delivery. And every day,


were enhancing that with our online daily. Then we use
social media to reach out and connect you to that, too,
said Call Publisher Debbie Baker, an Oakville resident who

Hearing set for special election in Sunset Hills


By GLORIA LLOYD
Staff Reporter
A judge took steps last week to advance the county Board of
Election Commissioners request for a special aldermanic election in Sunset Hills Ward 1, despite a city aldermans motion for
more information.
St. Louis County Circuit Court Judge Ellen Nellie Ribaudo
denied a motion by Ward 1 Alderman Richard Gau, president of
the Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen, to request a more definite
statement from the election board in its bid for a special election
due to ballot shortages in the citys April 5 Ward 1 election.
Gau defeated former Alderman Frank Hardy in the race. The
election board voted unanimously in May to re-do the election,

(See SPECIAL, Page 15A)

South county native set


to take part in Olympics
By GLORIA LLOYD
Staff Reporter
A south county native will participate in
the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro starting this week, caddying for one of the top
golfers in the world as the sport makes its
Olympic return.
Paul Fusco, 48, who grew up in Oakville,
will caddy this week for South Korean golfer Sei Young Kim as competition begins in
womens golf.
(See OLYMPICS, Page 17A)

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but the case is just now


seeing the inside of a
courtroom after delays in
serving Gau and Hardy.
An evidentiary hearing
that both sides are calling
a trial is set for Monday,
Aug. 22, in Clayton.
Richard Gau
Frank Hardy
Gau won the election
by 73 votes, and his attorneys, Crestwood Prosecuting Attorney
Matthew Reh and Jeffery McPherson, both of law firm Armstrong
Teasdale, say that to spark a new election, the election board has

(See ANNIVERSARY, Page 7A)

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A unique celebration of banjo


music will be presented at 7:30
p.m. today Thursday, Aug.
18 on the KDHX Stage. The
headliner will be Ron Hinkle, a
banjoist from Phoenix Ariz. To
read this and view other online
content, including photographs,
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Protecting Life and Property in South St. Louis County for Over 60 Years

DISTRACTED DRIVING IS ON THE


RISE AND SO ARE DEATHS
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2014,
3,179 people were killed, and an estimated 431,000 were injured in motor
vehicle crashes involving a distracted driver.

Accessing the internet while driving has more


than doubled over the last five years. More
people than ever are checking their email, posting to
Facebook or Snapchat or other social media, taking
selfies or even video chatting.1

Distracted driving is ANY activity that could divert


your attention away from the primary task of driving,
including:

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Eating and drinking
Watching a video
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HERES WHAT YOU CAN DO.


Make a pledge to protect lives by never using your phone while driving.

It involves three different types of distraction simultaneously:

Create a routine that removes your phone and other distractions when you get behind
the wheel. Put your phone on silent, hand it to a friend, or put it in the back seat.

Visual - Taking your eyes off the road

Assign a Designated Texter when youre on the road with friends and family.

Manual - Taking your hands off the wheel

Be a good passenger and speak up if the driver in your car is distracted. 90% of teen
drivers say theyre likely not to text and drive if friends tell them its wrong or stupid.2

Cognitive - Taking your mind off driving

Be a good example. Show responsible driving behaviors to your family and friends.
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Mary Jane Vogler (nee Grippe), 84, died


Sunday, Aug. 14, at her residence.
Born in St. Louis, she lived in Lemay for
55 years.
Mrs. Vogler was retired from Call Newspapers, where she worked for more than 20
years. She was a member of St. Martin of
Tours Catholic Church.
Mrs. Vogler was the beloved wife of Leo
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County Chapel to St. Martin of Tours
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11 a.m. Mass.
Interment will be in Jefferson Barracks
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in their success, students say
(Continued from Page 1A)

in the district in 1997, but the current format is popular with students.
The schedule, which consists of longer
classes meeting on alternate days, is popular with students and teachers but costs signicantly more to operate than traditional
or hybrid schedules.
Speaking to a packed crowd at the Aug.
11 meeting in the Mehlville High School
Library, eight students and recent alumni
attributed much of their academic success
to block scheduling.
Oakville High School sophomore Madison Hassler, the daughter of MehlvilleOakville United organizer Peggy Hassler,
said block schedules allow for individualized instruction, with more exibility and
productivity than traditional schedules.
When students attend as many as seven
relatively short classes a day, instruction
can become fragmented, whereas with longer classes, it gives us more time to think
and engage in active learning, Madison
said. If you lived the life of a student for
one week heck, even one day I think
you would realize your mistake.
Mehlville High senior Dominic Meyer
said he has seen many changes in his years
at Mehlville, but he never thought block
scheduling would go away since it helps
prepare students for college lab courses.
We want to see this school district thrive
for many years to come, he said. Are you
willing to sacrice the education of our students just to save a few bucks in the end?
Sean Van de Riet, a 2015 Mehlville
graduate now majoring in computer science in college, told the board he would
not be as successful as he is now without
Mehlvilles block scheduling.
Choosing a schedule that gave teachers less exible time would be unfair to
teachers, who dont make enough money
as it is, and its unfair to students, Van de
Riet said. (Block scheduling) familiarizes
students with how college life will be.
MHS senior Tony Smith said any
change would negatively affect students in
Advanced Placement, or AP, classes and
students enrolled in vocational courses at
South County Technical High School.
Id like to start off this speech here
with a quote that we say a lot in the world
of speech and debate and that is, The
pathway to hell is paved with good intentions, Tony said. Now in that presentation, we saw a lot of the pros that the
traditional schedule or the hybrid schedule
will bring us, but what I believe is that we
need to look at the anecdotal evidence of
students in their everyday lives to see that
this is actually going to be a bad thing.
MHS senior Anna Herman noted that the
district is emphasizing more project-based
courses such as Project Lead the Way, or
PLTW, which are enhanced by the extra
time in a block schedule.
The lab work for her two PLTW classes
is already difcult to t into a 90-minute
class, let alone a shorter class, Anna noted.
Mehlville cheerleader and Student Council member Carly Herman noted that it
will be harder for students to participate in
extracurricular activities if they dont have

the time allowed in the block schedule


to nish their homework, and it will be
harder for the marching bands to nd time
to practice during the school day.
The team Superintendent Chris Gaines
convened to study block scheduling and
its alternatives includes Oakville High
Assistant Principals Brian Brennan and
Jason Buatte, Mehlville High Assistant
Principals Jason Landherr and Andy Ross
and Witzel Alternative Academy Director
John DeWalle.
The team told the Call that it has been
meeting since late fall, after community
suggestions in a savings survey that cutting block scheduling could save money.
The survey was opened to district employees Dec. 1 and to the public Dec. 14
and ran for several weeks.
The teams presentation kicked off by
noting that based on surveys of the community, the use of block scheduling at
the high school level is believed to be an
inefcient use of district funds.
Block scheduling uses 31 more teachers
than traditional scheduling, a minimum
annual cost to the district of $1.7 million
in salaries and benets.
I think really part of it was just in response to some of the results that came
back from the community survey ... and
I think its always a good idea for us to
reect back on what we do, Landherr said.
The entire team had taught in a variety
of different schedules and went into the
review open-minded, Ross said.
If youre doing an honest review of practice, which is a good idea no matter what
profession or anything youre doing, you go
in hopefully open-minded, he said. If you
go in with a biased viewpoint, youre going
to come out with a biased viewpoint.
The group examined 24 school districts
and 40 high schools including nine
traditional, eight hybrids and six block
schedules along with data on block
scheduling. Traditional schedules are comprised of seven classes a day and hybrid
schedules combine elements of both types
of schedules and are highly customizable.
A block schedule builds in more contact
time than some other schedules, but only
880 hours of instructional time a year,
compared to 916 hours in traditional and
various hybrid schedules. Most of the difference in instructional time comes from
the removal of the long study hall/character-education hybrid class that Mehlville
and Oakville students now have to take as
one of the eight blocks in their schedule.
That does not mean that some instruction
does not happen in those study halls, Ross
told the board, but the team counted it as
intervention, not instruction.
Hybrid schedules allow for the most
instructional and contact time, but less
student intervention time, the team noted.
After the team presented the data it has
accumulated to the board last week, an
invitation went out to teachers, students and
parents of both high schools Friday to serve
on a committee that will study block scheduling this fall and issue a recommendation
to the board in December. The district will
hold open meetings at both high schools in
September to get feedback.
Next week: Gaines and board members
give their thoughts on block scheduling.

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Thursday, Aug. 18

Citizens Against Pornography will meet


at 7:30 p.m. at Mary, Mother of the Church,
5901 Kerth Road. For information, call (314)
892-6451.
Mothers of Preschoolers will meet from
9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at South County Church of
the Nazarene, 2500 Telegraph Road. Child care
is provided. For more information, call (314)
269-6699.
Low intermediate line dance classes for active
adults 50 years old and older will take place from
10:30 a.m. to noon at the Pavilion at Lemay, 305
Gregg Road, Jefferson Barracks Park. The cost
is $2 per class. Check in at the front counter. For
more information, call (314) 615-8877.
The Affton White-Rodgers Community
Center, 9801 Mackenzie Road, offers Zumba
classes from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. The rst session
is free; the cost is $50 for a 10-class punch card
or $7 for drop-ins. Children under 12 are free,
but must be supervised. For more information,
call (314) 615-8822.
The SAJE Senior Ministry will sponsor openplay pickleball, including instruction for new
players, from noon to 3 p.m. at the St. Elizabeth
of Hungary gymnasium, 1414 S. Sappington
Road. The cost is $3. For more information, call
(314) 822-4736.
The Crestwood-Sunset Hills Kiwanis Club
will meet from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Rich &
Charlies, 9942 Watson Road. For more information, call (314) 223-5264.
Overeaters Anonymous will meet at 7:30
p.m. at 9907 Gravois Road, Suite E. Enter at
the rear of the building. For more information,
call (636) 467-7023.
The SAJE Senior Ministry will offer a free
chair exercise session for older adults from
9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at Episcopal Church of the
Advent, 9373 Garber Road. For more information, call (314) 822-4736.
The Retired Mens Club of Webster Groves
Presbyterian Church will meet to play bridge
from 8:30 a.m. to noon at the church, 45 W.
Lockwood Ave. Men of all faiths are welcome.
For more information, call (314) 892-5319.
GriefShare, a support group designed to
help individuals cope with the death of a loved
one, will meet at 6:30 p.m. at the Lutheran
Church of Webster Gardens, 8749 Watson Road.
For more information, call (314) 961-5275.

Friday, Aug. 19

A jitterswing dance will be offered at the


Concord Farmers Club, 10140 Concord School
Road. Lessons start at 7 p.m. and dancing begins at 8 p.m.
ZumbaGold dance exercises geared to older
adults will be offered by the SAJE Senior
Ministry from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at St. Elizabeth
of Hungary, 1420 S. Sappington Road. The cost
is $3 per class. For more information, call (314)
822-4736.
Gethsemane Lutheran Church, 765 Lemay
Ferry Road, will offer open prayer sessions
from 11 a.m. to noon Fridays, Mondays and
Wednesdays.

Saturday, Aug. 20

The Affton White-Rodgers Community Center, 9801 Mackenzie Road, offers Zumba classes
from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. The rst session is free;
the cost is $50 for a 10-class punch card or $7
for drop-ins. Children under 12 are free, but
must be supervised. For more information, call
(314) 615-8822.

Sunday, Aug. 21

Overeaters Anonymous will meet from


10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at 9907 Gravois Road,
Suite E. Enter at the rear of the building. For
more information, call (314) 638-6070.

Monday, Aug. 22

Practice for the We Are One Community


Choir will resume at 6:15 p.m. in the choir
room at Fox Middle School, 74 3Jeffco Blvd.,
Arnold. Members may enjoy some snacks and a
socializing before rehearsal begins at 6:30 p.m.

The Affton White-Rodgers Community Center, 9801 Mackenzie Road, offers open-play
basketball from 3 to 5 p.m. weekdays. The cost
is $2 per person. For more information, call
(314) 615-8822.
Take Off Pounds Sensibly Chapter 1070 will
meet at 5:45 p.m. at St. Anthonys Medstop
Urgent Care, Room A, 2900 Lemay Ferry Road.
For more information, call (314) 550-9919.
Line dancing will be offered at the Concord
Farmers Club, 10140 Concord School Road.
Lessons are offered from 6:15 p.m. to 7:30
p.m., followed by open dancing until 9:15 p.m.
The SAJE Senior Ministry will sponsor openplay pickleball, including instruction for new
players, from 9 a.m. to noon at the St. Elizabeth
of Hungary gymnasium, 1414 S. Sappington
Road. The cost is $3.
ROC Ministries, 802 Kinswood Lane, will
offer Sewing-N-Faith, a free gathering from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for crafting, sewing, knitting,
crocheting and hand or machine quilting to serve
those in need. For more information, call (314)
487-4843 Mondays, Wednesdays or Fridays.

Tuesday, Aug. 23

The Affton White-Rodgers Community Center, 9801 Mackenzie Road, offers open-play
pickleball Tuesday, Wednesdays and Thursdays
from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. The cost is $2 per person. For more information, call (314) 615-8822.
The Affton White-Rodgers Community
Center, 9801 Mackenzie Road, offers Senior
Cardio/Flex from 9 to 10:15 a.m. Participants
are asked to bring a towel and mat. The cost is
$5 per person. For more information, call (314)
615-8822.
Beginning line dance lessons will take place
from 10:30 a.m. to noon at the Pavilion at
Lemay, 305 Gregg Road, Jefferson Barracks
Park. The cost is $2 per class. For more information, call (314) 615-8877.
Affton Chapter 1015 of Take Off Pounds
Sensibly will meet at 10 a.m. in Room 103 of
the Salvation Army, 824 Union Road. Weighins begin at 9:10 a.m. For more information,
call (314) 845-3046.
Overeaters Anonymous will meet at 1
p.m. at the Concord Trinity United Methodist
Church Library, 5275 S. Lindbergh Blvd.
Take Off Pounds Sensibly Chapter 186 will
meet at 9 a.m. in Rooms 3 and 4 on the lower
level at Mary, Mother of the Church, 5901
Kerth Road.
ZumbaGold dance exercises geared to older
adults will be offered by the SAJE Senior
Ministry from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at St.
Elizabeth of Hungary, 1420 S. Sappington Road.
The cost is $3 per class.

Wednesday, Aug. 24

The SAJE Senior Ministry will offer a movie


matinee, The Monuments Men, at 1 p.m. in
the lower level of St. Thomas/Holy Spirit Lutheran Church, 3890 S. Lindbergh Blvd.
The South County Kiwanis Club will meet
from noon to 1 p.m. at Fraileys Southtown
Grill, 4329 Butler Hill Road. For more information, call (314) 487-6877.
The South County Toastmasters will meet at
7 p.m. at the MetLife Building, 13045 Tesson
Ferry Road. For additional information, visit
www.southcountytoastmasters.org.
The Gravois Kiwanis Club will meet at noon
at Sams Steakhouse, 10205 Gravois Road. For
more information, call (314) 556-8768.
The Rotary Club of Crestwood-Sunset Hills
will meet at 12:15 p.m. at the Holiday InnViking, Lindbergh Boulevard and Watson Road.
Visit www.cshrotary.org for more information.
A family education and support meeting for
family members coping with mental illness of
a loved one will meet from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
at CenterPointe Hospital South County, 5000
Cedar Plaza Parkway, Suite 380. For more
information, call (314) 842-4463.
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By Mike Anthony

Pledges made by OLeary


simply campaign rhetoric
When Oakville Democrat Kevin
OLeary was elected to the 6th
District County Council seat in April
2015, he pledged to be a new kind of
councilman one more responsive
to south county residents.
Shortly after his victory speech,
OLeary told the Call that his top
priority will be helping the community, between folks out here and the
county, and make it so its a better
place for the people so they feel like
they do have a say. And responding
to them I think thats something
we can improve on. This is what Ive
said all along.
Communication also was a cornerstone of OLearys campaign, as he
said, ... One area I hope to improve
on in county government is communication with my constituents ...
Sixteen months after taking office,
its obvious that OLeary has failed to
fulfill his campaign promises, which
appear to be just rhetoric. Numerous
residents tell us that theyve tried to
contact OLeary without success.
This newspapers recent calls to
OLeary also have gone unreturned.
OLeary also pledged that he would
listen to south county residents, and
make decisions based on their input.
Unfortunately, that hasnt come to
pass. To his credit, OLeary did try to
stand up for county residents once
but we doubt that will happen again.
As readers may recall, the south
county councilman cast a dissenting vote on rental-license legislation introduced by 4th District
County Councilman Mark OMara,
D-Florissant, which drew heavy opposition from property owners. But
OLeary later cast the deciding vote
in favor of the measure, which the
council approved 4-3.
Asked if he was pressured or intimidated to change his vote by OMara
and Democratic County Executive
Steve Stenger, OLeary said, I didnt
take it that way. They wanted to
know why, they wanted me to decide.
I guess I caught them off guard but
its all over and done with and theyre
treating me like a human being, so
thats all I can ask for.
Like we said, given the tonguelashing OLeary was given by his
fellow Democrats, we doubt he will
risk standing up for residents again.
Not that it really matters, though,
given that south county residents
wont have OLeary to kick around
much longer, as hes not seeking reelection in November.
Because he is a lame duck, perhaps
theres a chance OLeary will stand
up for the people like he promised,
but please excuse our skepticism.

Can Simpson mend fractured spirit of Lindbergh Schools employees?


To the editor:
In a recent column LNEA could learn a lesson from teachers
in Mehlville you chide Lindbergh teachers decision to work
to contract.
Will teachers work to contract leave a bad taste in the mouths of
constituents? Perhaps. But perhaps this is not the one-sided story
your editorial portrays. Fiscal responsibility is important.
Its one of the measuring sticks this newspaper uses in assessing
the effectiveness of our local school districts and their leadership.
Nothing I read in your article covering the July board meeting
sounds like Lindbergh teachers demand an immediate tax increase
or have interest in dragging the district into financial ruin. On the
contrary, their objectives sound reasonable.

Communication is another measuring stick your newspaper uses


to gauge a districts performance. Lindbergh leaderships communication going out to its constituents seems to get passing marks
from you. What about the communication within? Certainly communication from leadership to employees is important.
Given the unified dissatisfaction demonstrated by both Lindbergh
National Education Association and Lindbergh Missouri School
Teachers Association membership, is it unreasonable to question
just how effective a leader and communicator Superintendent
Jim Simpson is for his staff? Does he have the skills necessary to
mend a fractured spirit among those he is charged with leading?
Lisa Schoemehl
Crestwood

Reader asks: Does anyone care about Concord Village residents?


To the editor:
I attended the county Planning Commission meeting and only saw a few hands
raised by individuals in support of the
apartment complex to be named 21Bauer.
There were close to 140 residents who
raised their hands in opposition to this
project, but when the count of those not in
favor of this proposal was announced, we

heard 84. This is a total outright falsehood.


This area of Concord Village has been
cared for and preserved by its residents for
years. We are proud residents who remain
confused and saddened that our votes
against this apartment complex proposal
dont mean a thing.
An apartment complex this large will
put a tremendous traffic strain on Tesson

Ferry Road, as well as Bauer Road. What


appears to be happening is JHB Properties
hopes to build a 232-unit apartment complex without the support of residents who
live here and love their community.
Does anyone care about the voters, you
know, the residents of Concord Village?
William J. Gust
Concord

Incorporate to control your own destiny, Green Park founder writes


To the editor:
Compare the two reports in the Aug. 4 edition of the Call.
See the city of Green Parks net position and the 232-unit apartment complex proposal and other things shoved down the throats
of south county residents. You can continue to go cry like a baby
to the county, but they are not listening.
The following is not to be antagonistic, just an observation. Mr.
Ernie Trakas, if you represent the County Councils 6th District,

nothing will change. To Mr. Bill Hogan and the 625 families you
represent, if you are up to a fight, may I suggest to you and Mr.
Trakas an alternative?
Take control of your own destiny incorporate.
Fred Hoehn
Green Park
Editors note: Fred Hoehn led the effort to incorporate the city
of Green Park.

Mehlville students, teachers, parents have a voice in every decision


To the editor:
Concerning the chopping block of
block scheduling, lets get a few facts before we panic here.
First of all, it is the responsibility of the
board to listen and respond to the stakeholders of our district. Our students, teachers and parents have a voice in every decision that is made concerning their schools.

While the best use of funds is always a factor, it is definitely not the only factor.
Each and every program should be evaluated on a regular basis to ensure the best
use of the taxpayers money. In order to do
this, much information is required to make
an informed decision. Processes, goals, outcomes, et cetera, are all extremely important
to provide the transparency that we all seek

to keep our district the best that it can be.


Prop R has allowed our district the opportunity to carefully continue to make the
best choices for our kids. It is our responsibility to do just that.
Jean Pretto
Oakville
Editors note: Jean Pretto serves on the
Mehlville Board of Education.

Board member proposes new reality show: Mehlvilles Got Class


To the editor:
Ive got an idea for a new reality show. Its called Mehlvilles
Got Class.
The pilot occurred at our last school board meeting, where the
potentially contentious issue of high school schedules was discussed.
Rather than degrading into a conflict-ridden episode on par with a
political debate, the community, administration and board respectfully listened to a presentation on three different schedules and then
community comments. The climactic ending was seven students

and one recent graduate who effectively presented their views, with
poise and professionalism, in support of block scheduling.
Dont think it can happen in this age of reality TV and social
network arguments? Luckily, we have it on video. Its one more
example of why Im proud to live in the Mehlville School District.
Kevin Schartner
Oakville
Editors note: Kevin Schartner is a member of the Mehlville
Board of Education.

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Apartment complex could be up for approval


A 232-unit apartment complex proposed
for the corner of Tesson Ferry and Bauer
roads could gain nal approval from the
County Council as early as next week.
J.H. Berra, operating as JHB Properties,
is proposing to build a multi-family apartment complex with 232 units on a 17.2acre site at 12921 Tesson Ferry Road in the
Mehlville School District, in an area represented by 6th District County Councilman
Kevin OLeary, D-Oakville.
Over a period of several weeks, OLeary
did not respond to multiple requests for
comment. Although he told a reporter from
another publication that he would refer the
project for another public hearing, no hearing had been set at the Calls press time.
OLeary introduced the bill for the apartment complex last week. If the council
perfected the legislation Tuesday after
the Call went to press the complex
could be up for nal approval at the
Tuesday, Aug. 23, meeting.
South county residents made up the
majority of speakers at the Aug. 9 meet-

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to either deny the project outright or grant
its neighbors another public hearing to air
their concerns.
Several of the council members had questions for the speakers, including 5th District
Councilman Pat Dolan, D-Richmond
Heights, 2nd District Councilman Sam
Page, D-Creve Coeur, and 7th District
Councilman Mark Harder, R-Ballwin, but
OLeary did not address his constituents
who spoke.
Residents oppose the project for its impact
on trafc on Bauer Road and the qualify of
life of nearby residents, who mostly live in
single-family residences. Sarah Ann Court
subdivision trustee Stephen Tichacek was
one of several residents who contradicted
the trafc study submitted by the developer.
All of the homes in this corridor are
totally dependent on access to Tesson Ferry
Road. Bauer Road is literally an extension
of the driveway to my home, Tichacek
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identify himself as the father of Lindbergh


teacher Diana Skubic. Instead, he said, I
am not here as a taxpayer or a voter, even
though I happen to be both. I am here this
evening as your creditor. My wife and I
own a material amount of Lindbergh School
District bonds, and Im not very happy.
Pappas unleashed a litany of alleged
improprieties regarding the districts
$1,663,603 purchase of the 2.2-acre former Johnnys Market site, where a new
two-story, 24,000-square-foot Central
Ofce building will be constructed.
Central Ofce currently is housed at
Lindbergh High School, and occupies
roughly 20,000 square feet there. The new
Central Ofce building will be completed
by fall 2017, restoring eight to 10 classrooms at the high school to address the
districts surging enrollment.
In announcing the purchase in January,
district ofcials noted the purchase price
was less than the certied appraisal price
of $1.74 million.
During his remarks, Pappas contended
the appraisal the district received from AB
Valuation Services of Union was substantially awed, noting Dan Jones of Meland
Properties, the seller of the property, recommended the appraiser.
Regarding an appraisal, Pappas cited a
Nov. 11 email from Jones to Triplett that
stated, ... We can order one to make sure
it appraises for the contract price.
The district appraisal is substantially
awed, Pappas told the board. In fact,
its so awed my real estate counsel has
told me that if I would refer this appraiser
to the Missouri appraisal board, sanctions
and possibly license suspension could
occur. Thats how bad he thinks it is, and
he is an experienced real estate attorney.
While the appraisal cites comparable
sales, Pappas said the three properties
used by the appraiser are personal residences in Ladue, Town and Country and
Chestereld.
They are not raw commercial ground,
and most of the value attributed to these
properties, as you might expect, happens
to be the personal residences. In fact, the
land value of all three pieces of property,
according again to the assessors records,
is roughly 57 percent of what was paid for
the Johnnys Market property, he said.
But Triplett told the Call that he spoke
with the appraiser, and the comparable
sales cited in the appraisal are all commercial properties.
Kienstra earlier had asked speakers to
keep their comments to about ve minutes.
As Pappas continued his remarks, Kienstra reminded him that he was approaching
ve minutes.
Ive got a few things to say, he replied.
Pappas continued, ... This board and the
administrators have failed in their duties to
the taxpayer. Youve breached your duciary responsibility to the community. You
breached your duciary responsibility to me,
your creditor. What youve all done is rubber
stamped a transaction without giving it any
thought, any basically you did nothing.
And so what do I want? I want the admin-

istrator, I want the administrator, the superintendent rather, excuse me, and his chief
nancial ofcer red for cause because
they failed. They failed in their duties. They
failed to hire their own independent appraiser, including a review appraiser, which
is good business practice. They failed to
recognize the red ags when the seller said
he had an appraisal equal to selling price ...
In addition to that, the board is equally at
fault, and those engaged in this asco need
to resign. Last but not least and I will
nish here in a minute the board needs
to stop its egregious charges for Sunshine
Act requests. The charges, in my judgment, are designed to impede transparency,
impede the ability of a citizen to become
informed, and, quite frankly, are designed
to hide the ball. In fact, Im so irritated
by it, Ive already led a complaint with
the Missouri attorney generals ofce, he
said. Now, I will nish by saying Im neither young, naive nor stupid, and Ive been
at this a long, long time and Ive dealt with
people a long, long time. And my guess is
you will do nothing but sit on your hands,
which youre good at and seems to be what
you are actually pretty good at.
Board member Mike Tsichlis, who was
elected in April, asked Pappas to return to
the podium to ask him a question.
Both Pappas and Tsichlis noted they have
known each other a long time.
In the interest of complete transparency
because I know thats what you said and
thats what youve done a lot of research here, Tsichlis said.
Pappas interjected, Well, let me put
it this way: I have a $657 Sunshine Act
request bill, and if you think Im happy,
youre wrong. Legal counsel that Ive spoken to and Ive spoken to two separate
legal counsels who have represented other
school districts and every one of them falls
over in a dead shock when I tell them the
billing practices of this district.
... In the interest of complete transparency because this is something I feel might
have some bearing maybe why youre here
... its not necessarily the case, Tsichlis
continued, asking Pappas if he had a relative who is employed by the district.
Irrevelant absolutely irrelevant, Pappas replied, as he and Tsichlis spoke over
each other, with Tsichlis asking again, Are
you related to an employee of this district?
Yup, Pappas replied.
Skubic later addressed the board, saying she believed she was being unfairly
singled out.
... I cannot believe that after somebody
who didnt speak about really anything
with the teachers, you felt the need to drag
me in, she said. Yes, I go to my parents
and complain. Im sure all of you do. Thats
why we have parents ... I am offended and
Im saddened that this is the way you treat
an employee, a taxpayer and a voter.
District ofcials told the Call that they
requested Pappas reduce the scope of his
Sunshine Law request in an effort to reduce the cost, but he declined. Pappas was
charged $647.03 for his records request,
which included 423 pages of electronic
documents, 93 pages of paper copies and
employee time to fulll the request.
Next week: More from the Aug. 9 Board
of Education meeting.

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Kit Whittington and son, Ryan Whittington

Seniors Home Care is Proud to Celebrate 29 Years


Over 29 years ago, Kit Whittington was
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available, Kit was acting as primary caregiver
while working full time and it was growing
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unsustainable lifestyle and hired an independent caregiver to assist her. She soon discovered that her grandmother was not receiving the
level of care she deserved:
At the end of the day, I checked on her and
discovered that the caregiver had not shown
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a debilitating moment; we were both in tears.
In 1987, Kit started SHC to provide a family
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and physical therapy applications. When caring
for a loved one becomes too much to handle
alone, SHC provides peace of mind through
flexible care options, from a 30 minute QuickVisit
to 24/7 care.
In this field, quality and trust are essential.
SHC has received an A+ rating, as well as the
Torch Award, from the Better Business Bureau
and is currently celebrating its 29th year
serving the St. Louis area.
This company was built as a result of
my feelings of helplessness and desire for a
higher quality of life for my
grandmother. The motivation
behind SHC is my personal
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Adam and Catharine Golomski of Crestwood announce the birth of their rst
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Maternal grandparents are Lewis and Carolyn Bock of Cape Girardeau and the late
Nancy J. L. Bock.
Paternal grandparents are Vincent and
Kittie Golomski of St. Louis Hills.

Parker Montgomery

Montgomerys have boy


Chad and Holly Montgomery of Oakville
announce the birth of their rst child,
Parker Lloyd, 20 inches, 8 pounds, 5 ounces. He was born July 18 at Mercy Hospital
St. Louis.
Maternal grandparents are Phil and Susan
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Paternal grandparents are Lloyd and Bev
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From Under The Awning Then and Now!

Oakville has always been my hometown. When I think of Oakville, what comes
In 2005, Karen took my hand in marriage. Karen is a wonderful mother to our
to mind? To me, the old McDonalds where Crusoes now sets, Arrowhead Golf sons, Joseph and Zachary. She is also the most loving person I have ever met. Our
Course, where the subdivision is now, or Panteras Pizza in Andres Plaza are part of son, Joseph, now attends Oakville Sr. High as a sophomore on the Basketball team.
the great memories I have growing up as a kid in Oakville.
He also works at Oakville Butcher Block.
In 1976 my father, Barney Miller, worked for the Kroger Company in Olathe,
In 1996 I started working full time at my fathers grocery store. They started me
Kansas, where I was born. Kroger transferred
in the meat department packing chicken and other
my father to St. Louis the year I was born
meat products. Working at Foodland Warehouse
and my family moved to Oakville. Oakville
Foods for the last 19 years as a manager, butcher,
has been my home my whole life, what a
and co-owner has been a wonderful experience
wonderful township! Growing up in the
learning to run a business.
Mehlville School District, I attended Beasley
My meat department at Foodland Warehouse
Elementary from 1981-1985, 1986-1988 at
this last year grossed $1.4 million in sales. This
Blades Elementary, 1989-1990 at Washingcould not have happened without my right hand
ton Jr. High, 1991-1994 at Oakville Sr. High.
man, Joseph Pulizzo.
During my years at Oakville Sr. High, I
Pulizzo came to work for my family in 2009.
played many sports. I was on the freshman,
In only 3 years with us, my family made the deciJ.V., and Varsity Basketball team. I swam on
sion to make Pulizzo our head meat department
Left to right: Joe Pulizzo, Karen and Brady Miller
the swim team, ran track, and played volleyball.
manager. Pulizzo has 15 years of experience in the restaurant business and now
Oakville is where I met my wonderful wife, Karen Pickens-Miller. She is also going on 8 years with my familys business. He will be the
a lifelong resident of Oakville. Her mom, Patricia Arb-Pickens, and father, Cecil second man in charge at the Butcher Block.
Pickens, moved to Oakville from High Ridge in 1984.
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Bill Milligan photo

The Crestwood-Sunset Hills Area Chamber of Commerce sponsored its seventh


annual Route 66 Festival and Car Show Saturday at Sunset Ford in Sunset Hills. A
parade of classic cars and other vehicles kicked off the event, which featured a full

day of activities, including the Car Show, a poker run and live music. The weekend
began Friday night with a free outdoor family movie showing of Disneys Cars 2
at Sappington Square Plaza in Crestwood.

Route 66 Festival and Car Show offers something for everyone

Bill Milligan photos


Bill Milligan photos

Battle of the Bulge veteran Mike Green, above, of the Military Preservation
Association takes aim with a machine gun mounted behind the cab of a World
War II half-track. Below, Teddy, 3, and brother Jamie, 6, Zagora speak with
Crestwood Fire and Rescue Medical Officer Christopher Hamm.

Jerry Fryman, above, is shown alongside his 1935 Ford pickup truck at the
Route 66 Festival and Car Show. Below, Steve Bruce shows off his 1953 Ford
pickup truck.

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For the second year in a row, Lindbergh
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the St. Louis International Film Festival.
Ambulance, a short thriller directed by
Rich, was screened at the St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase in July and was one of

18 lms chosen to screen in competition


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to prove that at least 74 Hardy voters were


turned away from Ward 1.
Theres no suggestion in this pleading that 74 people were turned away,
McPherson told Ribaudo at the Aug. 10
hearing. I agree, Your Honor, the court is
bound by the pleading. But if the pleading
doesnt set forth the proper facts ... the
case should be dismissed.
Election board attorney Darold Crotzer
noted that Gau had not led a motion to dismiss, so dismissing the case should not be
up for debate. Ribaudo said if Gau had led
a motion to dismiss, she would deny it. She
added that the plain, brief statement in the
election boards petition is enough basis to
move forward with the evidentiary hearing.
The deadline for a judge to declare a new
special election falls six weeks before the
Nov. 8 election, county Election Director
Eric Fey told the Call.
Fey and former Election Director Gary
Fuhr led a review of the ballot asco in
Sunset Hills and concluded that most of the
voters turned away had returned to vote, so
the shortages had not affected the outcome
of the Gau-Hardy race. The election board,
however, felt that questions by Hardy and
his supporters cast enough doubt on the
result that they wanted a judge to decide
whether to hold another election.
Gaus legal team contended in their motion
in reply to the election boards initial petition that the board did not give any reasons
why the election should be held again other
than the boards own vote and Hardys
statements to the board that the outcome
was different due to the ballot shortage.
In a letter to the election board before they
voted, Gau who defeated then-incumbent
Alderman Hardy in 2012 argued that the
election outcome mirrored the results from
past years, that election turnout was higher
in Sunset Hills than in other cities despite the
shortages and that even if voters were turned
away, many would have voted for him.
But Hardy said the polling asco could
have affected an unknown number of

Ward 1 voters. The election directors


report only touched on voters who had
actually gone to the polls and been turned
away, which would exclude any voters
who heard about the shortages and never
showed up, he added.
Does a ballot shortage cause an irregularity, yes or no? I think it does, Hardy said.
By having a ballot shortage, does that
cause a doubt, not the denitive number, but
a doubt in the outcome? Thats the statute.
As McPherson and the election board
attorneys conferred after the hearing to
agree to terms of discovery before the
Aug. 22 court date, McPherson asked
Hardy to appear for a deposition at the
Armstrong Teasdale ofce in Clayton at 1
p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 17.
If Hardy had not complied with the request, Gaus attorneys could have subpoenaed the former alderman, who had personally asked the election board to hold a new
election and went door to door to speak
with disenfranchised voters.
McPherson also asked whether the election staff member who prepared the directors report, Meghan Peterson, and the
directors themselves are available for
depositions before the next hearing.
Hardy, who has not yet hired an attorney
in the case, said he may seek legal counsel
and depose Gau, because fairs fair.
After the hearing, Hardy said, Why is
Rich Gau hiring high-priced attorneys for
a $400-a-month alderman job? Why cant
he be fair and just agree as fair men to
have an election, another election where
everybody that wants to vote can, no matter what the number is of voters? Give em
a chance to vote.
The election board also voted to re-do
Berkeleys mayoral election, which Fey
and Fuhr believed was impacted by the
shortages. However, last week, Circuit
Court Judge Maura McShane rejected the
boards petition for a special Berkeley
election. McShane had also denied the
election boards request to extend voting
hours the day of the election.
In an email, Gau told the Call he is taking
the Berkeley ruling as a good sign.
I do hope that helps my case, Gau said.

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St. Louis Zoo and a member of the
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Humane Society of St. Louis.
In addition, the company has been
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From left: Schaefers Hobby Shops family staff includes Andrew, Marissa, Art,
Sherri, Adam, Arlene, Carrie, Grandma Shirley-sitting, and Daisy, their dog.

Schaefers Hobby Shop Celebrates 70 Years!


Art Schaefer attributes his familys
business success with the love they
all share in running a business with so
many fun things.
Arts grandmother, Felicia, opened
Schaefers Hobby in 1946 at Virginia
and Bates in the city. The business
outgrew the 800 square foot space and
moved to Virginia and Meramec.
Schaefers Hobby Store has been at
their current south county location on
Gravois Road near South Lindbergh

since 1998.
There is always a hot item, said Art.
For the past three years, it has been
drones. RC cars and slot cars have been
hot in the past.
Model
trains,
jewelry
making, dollhouse kits and furniture are among the fun things
offered at Schaefers.
Bridal decorations to bird houses are
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South county native Paul Fusco is


caddying in the Olympics this week for
the fth-ranked golfer in the world, Sei
Young Kim.
PGA, but hes now caddied for Kim on her
rst two years in the LPGA, where shes
won ve times.
Kim, 23, once joked in an interview that
she admired Fuscos work for other players so much that she stalked him before
she asked him to caddy for her.
Fusco said he took the job as her caddie
on a hunch.
I thought, Im going to follow my heart
and do this, shes the one, he said. And
she won three times her rst year, she won
Rookie of the Year, she won twice this
year.
Shes just a cool kid, shes got the best
personality, doesnt stress out at all. And
her skill is unbelievable. I wouldnt work
for anybody else.
The LPGA is dominated by South
Korean players now, all part of a wave of
young girls who became interested in the
sport after now-retired golfer Se Ri Pak
began competing in the LPGA nearly two
decades ago.
The whole country followed it, girlwise, Fusco said. And all the little girls
that were watching her all of those girls
are the ones that are on the tour now.
So many of the worlds top female
golfers are South Korean that the 12thranked golfer in the world didnt make the
Olympic cut for the South Korean team,
Fusco said.
Kim appears to be a favorite to take home
a medal, but Fusco said nothing is guaranteed in sports, especially golf.
Golfs a funny sport, he said. On
paper, weve got a great chance, but thats
why you play who knows whats going
to happen.

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Business Services in 1989. From
resumes to retirement, TJD is an
area leader in helping individuals
in their job search to assisting new
businesses in their set-up with
bookkeeping, word processing
and business coaching, mentoring
services.
The company provides tax
preparation and notary services for
businesses and individuals.
TJD has expanded its one stop
shopping for clients by also providing
life, health and annuities advice.
They are a member of the South
County Chamber of Commerce,
Missouri Notary Association, and
Whos Who of Women Business
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or LPGA, player Kim is currently ranked
sixth in world rankings.
As part of Kims team at the Games,
Fusco gets many of the same perks as the
Olympians themselves.
I get to stay in Athletes Village with
all the other athletes Im going to be
taking so many seles, Fusco told the
Call before he left for Rio last week. Im
pinching myself wow, this is really
happening.
Golf is returning to Olympic competition
for the rst time since the 1904 St. Louis
Olympics, when golfers competed at Glen
Echo Country Club in north county.
Women have not competed in Olympic
golf since the 1900 Paris Olympics.
Participating in the Olympics was never
a dream that Fusco could have as he rst
started caddying at Sunset Country Club in
Sunset Hills when he was about 12 years
old.
All he knew then was that he loved caddying.
The week after I started, I knew this was
what I wanted to do, Fusco said. It was
just something I really liked, and I had a
knack for it. I just like helping people. I
get a lot of reward from helping people
and making a difference. The sport, the
game of golf, its different than any other
sport, theres so many elements to it with
the human element.
The aspects that drew Fusco to caddying dont necessarily draw him to actually
playing, however its been two years
since he played golf himself.
Fusco now lives in Jacksonville, Fla., but
often returns to Oakville.
He is the son of Dorothy and Rudy Fusco, who were married 59 years before
Rudy died in January.
He is the youngest of their seven children: Gina, Lisa, Donna, Rudy Jr., Linda
and Nancy.
Paul, a graduate of St. John Vianney, is
the only one of the Fusco children who did
not attend Oakville High School.
After continuing to caddy every summer through junior high and high school,
Fusco attended the University of MissouriColumbia and then headed to California
to start working as a professional caddie,
with a little help from his mother.
I had a Ford Escort or something at the
time, Fusco said. My mom won $500
at bingo, and I took off with it and started
chasing my dream. I tell all the young caddies, if you have a dream, just chase it and
dont let anybody tell you no.
After a few years working in Palm
Springs, Fusco met golfer Vijay Singh
in Europe, and he caddied for Singh for
ve years, including several Professional
Golfers Association of America, or PGA,
Tour wins.
Two-time Masters champion Singh was
ranked the top golfer in the world for 32
weeks a decade ago, and has been the
PGAs top money winner several times
since.
Fusco has caddied for Mark Brooks,
Steve Flesch and Brent Geiberger in the

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Raz Cuparencu, center, is the new national team coach for the Flyers Aquatic
Swim Team, or FAST. He is pictured with Duane Punnewaert, left, president of
the FAST board, and Jim Halliburton, FAST head coach.

FAST names new national team coach


Raz Cuparencu is joining the coaching
staff of the Flyers Aquatic Swim Team, or
FAST, as its national team coach.
FAST is a silver-medal USA Swimming
club, ranked in the top 100 swim teams
in the nation. Cuparencu, Coach Raz,
comes to St. Louis as a USA Swimming
National Team coach from the Triangle
Aquatic Center, or TAC, Titans in Cary,
N.C.
As TAC head coach, Cuparencu led USA
Swimming National Team member Ashley
Twichell to a 2016 national championship in the 10-kilometer open water event
before transitioning her to the pool for a
fth-place nish in the womens 800 freestyle at the 2016 Olympic Trials.
In 2015, he received the Top Ten Age
Group Coach of the Year Award from the
American Swimming Coaches Association
for his 2014-2015 age group coaching
performance, according to a news release.
Under his guidance, his previous team
nished in the top 20 at the 2015 USA
Swimming Junior National Meet and
boasted ve Olympic Trial qualiers under
the age of 17.
Cuparencu also has produced numerous senior and junior national qualiers,
individual and relay state record holders,
North Carolina state champions and zone
team qualiers every season. In addition,
his swimmers have been awarded with
invitations to national, zone select and
North Carolina select camps.
During Cuparencus 15-year tenure as
a swimming coach, he has demonstrated
that he knows how to develop a champion
swimmer in a high school or club swim
setting, according to the release.
We want our young kids to swim fast
and have great times, but the most important thing is how we help them grow as an
athlete, giving the best technique instruction for long-term success, he stated in
the release.
Cuparencu focuses on identifying and
developing potential in young swimmers,
making it fun and motivating them to keep
coming back.

Before founding the team in Cary, he


served as the head age-group coach at the
Raleigh Swimming Association, or RSA,
in 2010. Cuparencu coached three state
record-holding age group swimmers and
has produced numerous state champions,
as well as North Carolina Swimmings
zone team and select camp qualiers. In
2011, under the guidance of Kit Raulerson,
Cuparencu led RSAs age group program
to its rst age group state championship.
Cuparencu began his professional coaching career with the Terre Haute Torpedoes,
or THT, Swim Club under the guidance of
Jeff Thompson, Brian Heaton and Donny
Brush.
He followed THT with the Brownsburg
Swim Club, or BSC, as head age group
coach. At THT and BSC, Cuparencu led
two age group programs and developed
several state, zone and national qualiers
and one Olympic Trials qualier.
His career choices were a natural outreach from his own swimming career,
according to the release.
He left his native Romania at 15 years
old on a student exchange program, after
which he decided to stay and pursue his
swimming career in the United States.
Cuparencu earned a swimming scholarship and swam through college. After college, he wanted to stick with the sport he
loved and make an impact on future generations like his swim team did for him.
FAST head coach Jim Halliburton is very
excited to have such a high-quality coach
join the team.
Our coaches are professionals who
understand swimming from the inside out.
They are committed to success and are
focused on helping the kids be great in and
out of the water, Halliburton stated in the
release. I see the passion that Coach Raz
has for the sport of swimming, and he has
shown us that he can prepare swimmers
to compete at meets of all levels. Coach
Razs track record developing ve 17-andunder swimmers to compete at the 2016
U.S. Olympic Trials bodes well for the
future of FAST.

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Seventh-graders win City-County Championship

This St. Margaret Mary Alacoque-Boone seventh-grade boys baseball team,


Bill Hessis Team, recently captured the Catholic Youth Councils Closed
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Kadan Risk, Charlie Boone, Luke Schmidt and Jack Eller. Second row, from
left, are: Jack Hessi, Will Sinak, Jacob Musgrave, Logan Daily, George Miles,
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Kiwanis Club golf tourney to tee off Sept. 20


The Gravois Kiwanis Club will sponsor its second annual Golf Tournament
Tuesday, Sept. 20, at Union Hills Golf
Course, 1230 Abbey Lane, Pevely.
The tournament will benet the clubs
mission of Helping Kids One Child
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Registration and lunch will be at 11:30
a.m., followed by a putting contest at noon.

A shotgun start will be at 1:30 p.m., followed by a dinner and awards ceremony.
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six month waiting list, he decided
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crank cement mixer and a block
mold.
People driving by saw the
concrete blocks in the yard
and stopped to inquire about
purchasing them. He sold the
blocks as fast as he could make
them. Leonard was never able
to build his wall but did start his
own company, Lemay Concrete
Block.
69 years later his family is
proud to carry on his creation,
expanding in both size and

products manufactured on site.


Lemay Concrete Block offers
ready mix concrete, masonry
block, retaining walls and pavers.
In recent years they have added
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Combine Ham Crisps with hash browns, fresh fruit and blueberry muffins, and
youve got a great, festive breakfast that no restaurant has ever served.

Ham crisps make elegant first impression


By BILL MILLIGAN
For the Call
When relatives come to visit, we always
make ham crisps for one breakfast because
they can be made the evening before and
placed in the oven one at a time, or in
groups as people wake up in the morning.
I make one cupcake pan full of Ham
Crisps for a group and then finish with
a dozen in ramekins for those who sleep
later than the rest of the family.
There isnt really anything creative about
this idea. I only wanted to put all the foods
together and cook it all at once.
Combine this dish with hash browns,
fresh fruit and blueberry muffins, and
youve got a great, festive breakfast that no
restaurant has ever served.

Ham Crisps

8 ounces mushrooms, chopped


4 chopped shallots
1 carrot, minced
2 stalks celery, chopped
2 tablespoons unsalted butter
Salt to taste
Pepper to taste
2 tablespoons sour cream

1 tablespoon fresh tarragon


12 slices Virginia ham
12 large eggs
Cheese to taste
Preheat oven to 400 F.
Cook mushrooms and shallots in butter
with salt and pepper to taste over mediumhigh heat, stirring until liquid from mushrooms evaporates, about 10 minutes.
Add carrots and celery. Saute for five
minutes then remove from heat.
Stir in sour cream and tarragon.
Coat cupcake pan and ramekins with butter to prevent sticking. Fit a slice of ham
into each cup. Ends will stick into the air.
Divide mushroom mixture among each
cup and top each with an egg.
Bake in the middle of your oven for 15
minutes, or until whites are cooked but
yolk is still runny. Season to taste with salt
and pepper.
Use spoons to remove from cupcake pan,
or grab by the edges that are sticking up
and lightly pull from the cup.
If you dont think the eggs are cooked,
or if salmonella is a problem in your area,
cook them longer than 20 minutes.

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Drewnowski and Colin Rehm at the University of Washington found regular users of
low-calorie sweeteners have better diets
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Since other research reported an association between low-calorie sweeteners and
obesity, Drewnowski and Rehm wanted to
know What came first, the weight gain or
the use of low-calorie sweeteners?
They went back 10 years to see peoples
weight histories and their intent, or motivation, to lose weight. They found the use
of low-calorie sweeteners was common

among people who experienced weight


fluctuations and were trying to return to
a lower weight. In fact, nearly a third of
adults trying to lose or maintain weight
used low-calorie sweetened products.
As anyone whos lost weight knows, its
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When that starts to happen, theres a
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helped before, such as using low-calorie
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Show Me Blinds & Shutters:


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Whether shopping for a single window
treatment, redecorating an entire house or
seeking the solution to a complex design
challenge, Show Me Blinds & Shutters in
Kirkwood, a gallery store for the HunterDouglas brand, can help.
Show Me Blinds has been offering
sales and installation on a wide range of
window treatments since 1996.
Veteran design consultants Marcia
Hermann and Libby Blake can help
customers select from limitless
combinations of color, texture, fabrics and
function during a free home consultation.
Every order is custom designed, measured
and made.

Show Me Blinds was one of the


rst Hunter Douglas Gallery stores
established in the United States over 10
years ago. All Hunter-Douglas products
are made in the U.S.A.
The connection with the well-known
Hunter-Douglas brand gives the store
the aura of a small business with big
values.
Customers love that Show Me Blinds
is a small family business in Kirkwood.
For the staff, the best aspect of their
work is seeing homeowners excitement
after their new window treatments have
been installed.
Customer satisfaction is the most
important part of the business!

Family Owned & Operated Since 1976


In 1971 Hoppy Huelsman was an
apprentice for Jaccards Jewelers in
downtown St. Louis. The repair department was closed, so after a few years of
working other jobs full-time and working a bench out of his flat in south St.
Louis, he opened Huelsmans Jewelers
in November of 1976. He did work for
many of the chain stores; Venture, Stix,
Baer & Fuller and independent smaller
jewelers stores.
Sue, his wife, joined Hoppy in 1978.
After a few years, their clientele grew so
much it outpaced the work from other
stores. In 1990, we moved to a larger
suite in the Paul Brown Building. March
of 1996, the building was sold to rehab
lofts and we had six months to relocate.

From left: Bob, Libby, Barry, Marcia, Terri & Gary

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We are happy to say we will be
celebrating our 40th Anniversary this
November. Our son, Ryan, joined us
full-time the summer of 1996. Ryan has
had a special art of taking things apart
and putting them back together since
age 5. He is talented in design and has
learned his goldsmith talent from his
father.
All work is done in the store except
watch repair, engraving and casting. We
take great pride in our work and in the
integrity of every piece that we create.
We like our shop to feel comfortable
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For over 34 years Tuckers has


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food, a relaxed, cozy atmosphere, terrific
service and reasonable prices makes
Tuckers what it is today... an excellent
dining experience in St. Louis!
The owners of Tuckers Place wrote
and developed their own beef specifications

West County - Since 1993

and visited only the plants that could deliver


the best.
All of our steaks come from the Omaha
area which has the highest concentration
of English bred cattle, Angus & Hereford.
Omaha is the heart of the corn belt where
the richest cattle are raised!
Our sirloin and strip cut steaks are
exclusively Omaha Black Angus choice or
higher graded beef.

South County - Since 1997

Not only is Tuckers known for our


excellent steaks and generous portions, but
our famous Lemon Pepper Salad Dressing
is the perfect topping for any salad and can
also be used for basting chops, chicken or
seafood. Its low in sodium and contains
no cholesterol. Our dressing and sauce are
sold at all three of our restaurants, major
grocery stores and specialty shops so you
can enjoy the great taste of Tuckers at home.

Historic Soulard - Since 1982

Call Publishing, Thursday, August 18, 2016 - Page 3B

DYNASTY

Trost Plastics - The Vinyl Fencing Specialists Have A New Sales Professional
Trost Plastics, the Vinyl Fencing Specialist,
is proud to announce that Justin Garleb has
joined the sales force. Justin had previously
worked in the warehouse at Trost Plastics
while he was going to school. Justin has been
selling fences in Cincinnati, Ohio for the past
7 years and family brought him back to the St
Louis area. He is very familiar with the fencing business and will continue to bring new
ideas and improvements to the family business, Dennis Trost said. Justin is the nephew
of Janet and Dennis Trost, so the family tradition at Trost Plastics will continue.
Trost Plastics has been selling vinyl fencing
and railing since 1988. In 2006 Aluminum
fencing in dark colors was becoming more
requested so Trost added the Radiance
Aluminum line. Azek cellular PVC decking

was added in 2004 and Westbury aluminum


railing in 2010. 2016 has seen the addition of
aluminum screen rail in 12 different colors
and an aluminum substructure for decking.
All these additions continue to keep Trost
Plastics current with the market trends.
Trost Plastics has been bringing quality
products and excellent service to our customers since 1988. All products sold by Trost are
high end products with a lifetime warranty.
The 13 employees of Trost Plastics combine
to make up a total of 209 years experience without the years of Dennis and Janet Trost
and Ellen Edler, who are management and
owners.
Trost does not use any subcontracted
employees, so anybody who will be at your
job will be a full time employee and will be

representing only Trost Plastics and has been


for many years.
If you are thinking of doing an exterior
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give them a call at 800-355-4060, stop by the
showroom at 8610 Hanover Industrial Drive,
Columbia, IL, or e-mail them at trost1@htc.
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If you are not sure of the material you would
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Invasive pests can threaten your garden

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Unfortunately, invasive pests threaten to
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and the owers, trees and plants in our
landscapes. They are a real threat, costing
our nation roughly $120 billion each year.
These pests can spread quickly as they
come from other countries and have few
or no natural enemies here.
In particular, the U.S. Department of
Agriculture, or USDA, cautions gardeners to be wary of 19 destructive, invasive
species known as Hungry Pests, which
include the emerald ash borer and Asian
citrus psyllid.
People need to be aware of these pests,
because they are primarily spread in the
things people move and pack.
Fortunately, homeowners can follow
these easy tips to protect their gardens and
landscapes, and help keep Hungry Pests
from spreading:
Only buy plants and seeds from reputable sources, such as established nurseries

or online businesses. Ask where they buy


their plants and if they comply with federal
quarantine restrictions.
Temporary, roadside vendors and
even non-established dealers online
may not be doing what is required to keep
plants free of pests.
If you are in a quarantined area, dont
move plants or homegrown produce. And
to be safe, dont bring back plants from
other areas, including abroad.
Thats how the Mexican fruit y which
threatens 50 types of fruits and vegetables
entered the United States.
When doing property cleanup, call
your local USDA ofce to nd out how to
safely dispose of trees, branches and other
yard debris. Moving such materials outside
your property in quarantined areas could
spread invasive pests. Make sure your contractors also follow the procedures.
Dont move homegrown citrus or citrus
plants outside your property. Thats how
citrus greening, a disease that is killing
Americas orange groves, has spread.

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Dan looks forward to serving his community
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Daniel S Fowler started his career as a scratch agent for American Family Insurance in 1976
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serve his community with great service.
Dan graduated from the University of Missouri-St. Louis in 1976 with a Bachelor of Science
degree in administration of justice. That same year, he married his wife, Sandy. They have four
children: Justin, Julie, Jenny and Janell.
In 1989, he successfully ran for the Mehlville Board of Education and was reelected two more
times, serving nine years before stepping down. The board elected him president in 1992 and
1997. He held officer positions during six of his nine years on the school board.
As board president in 1992, Dan helped to lead the effort to pass a $29.5 million bond issue
that improved the school districts facilities and added a new elementary school. As board president in 1998, he also helped to lead a campaign to pass a tax rate increase that enabled teachers
salaries to remain competitive with neighboring districts.
After leaving the school board, Dan wrote numerous columns for Call Newspapers. In late
1999, Dan undertook his biggest community challenge to date, chairing a public engagement
process to assess the facility needs of the Mehlville School District.
After a six-month process that included more than three thousand participants, the Citizens
Advisory Committee for Facilities recommended a $70 million bond issue be submitted to the
voters. Dan also served as chairman of the successful campaign committee, Citizens to Protect
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In 2007 Dan was appointed by the Board of Education to Co-Chair COMPASS (Charting
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to transfer tax monies from the capital fund to the operational fund to stabilize the budget. In
November 2008, voters approved this recommendation.
In 2015, Dan became part of a leadership group that led and passed Prop R, a .49 cent tax
increase to help fund millions of dollars that had been cut out of the school district budget over
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the Board of Education voted to honor Dan by naming its board room the Daniel S. Fowler
Board of Education Room.
Dan published his first book, Ten Steps to Success, in 2006. He is committed to sharing
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During his 40-year career, Dan has earned dozens of awards from his company and district as one of their top agents. He holds the full Life Championship Ring for excellence in
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Dan loves spending time with family and his eight grandchildren, Nellie, Natalie, John III, Gracie, Peyton, Jack, Dylan and
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The music store was started by William Bill Nottelmann in June 1953.
Bill retired in 2000 at the age of eighty
one. Bills daughter and son-in-law,
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Dennis started working at the store
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Now that the business is celebrating its 63rd anniversary and Dennis is
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Specializing in school music edu-

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Nottelmann Music provides students
and schools with instruments, rentals,
accessories and repair service.
In store lessons are also available.

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Some Cool (Pardon the Pun) Harster History


With over 66 years in the HVAC biz, Harster has kept things comfortable in St. Louis
If you know where our building is at
9900 Gravois, you might be interested
in some history that surrounds it.
First, I want to thank Mr. R. Wagner.
Hes a Crestwood resident, and he did
the research on this story.

family plantation on Gravois Creek.

In 1803, Napoleon controlled the


Northwestern territories west of
the Mississippi River. He sold those
territories to the U.S. which history The Rock
called The Louisiana Purchase.
Once the land cleared U.S. Land Claims Court,
Uriah and Eliza Wise received a clear title to
the land thats right along the viaduct near our
building.
Mr. Wise started construction on a one-story
house between 1858 and 1859 what is today
9850 Gravois. The Civil War disrupted work on it.
A second story was added once the war ended in
1865. The original roof and chimney lines are still
visible on the outside east and west walls. In 1894,
the home was sold to the Bier family.

House

Circa 1930

The home, along with seven additional acres,


was sold in 1947 to G.H. Gern, who had a tree
nursery in Affton. Mr. Gerns son moved into the
home with his wife in 1958, adding family rooms
and remodeling the kitchen.
In 2012, my wife and I purchased the house and
property at 9850 Gravois.
Heres the cool part: President Ulysses S. Grant
used to walk by this house back in the 1800s. He
was a Second Lieutenant assigned to Jefferson
Barracks after he graduated West Point in 1843. He
met his roommates sister, Julia Dent, at the Dent

Love bloomed and they married in


1848. Ulysses and Julia moved away,
but returned often to the White Haven
property which also included the
home and an additional 650 acres.
Grant was readying the property for
his retirement, but abandoned those
plans prior to his death in 1885.
Another side note? If you take a
drive near where Grant lived, youll
see a street named Julia Dent Drive.
Some of you are history
buffs, so I hope you
enjoyed it. If youd like
more info, contact us
at
harsterheating.com.
For home or business,
heating
and
cooling
repair, installation or
maintenance, call Harster
for a free estimate.

General Grant &


Julia Dent Grant

Weve Got a Long History in South St. Louis


Harsters Historical Building
Our family has a long history in
south St. Louis. Our company was
started by my dad, Emil F. Harster,
in 1950. It was a one-man, one-truck
company and
its grown to 25
employees and
23 trucks today
serving some
17,000 St. Louis
Metro residents
and businesses.

Emil Harster

Were located in Affton (yup, John


Goodmans hometown), in a historical building that was once my grandfathers hardware store.
My grandfather, Emil, bought the
hardware store in the mid-5os. My
father, Emil, bought the building for
his company, HarsterHeating and
AirConditioning in 1960. I bought
the house in 1986. Ive been the
owner, manager, chief cook and bottle washer of Harster ever since.

My philosophys always been the


customers always right, and to
do good work and to charge a fair
price. Funny how some companies
just dont get that. Our customers are
loyal because we follow that code. I
insist on industry certification and
honest, ethical practices. Its a pretty
simple recipe, actually, and one thats
a tradition I hope continues for many
more years.

Readers If you have any additional history


on Harsters historical buildings,
please call 314-631-5300.
Thanks,
Dave Harster

HEATING &
AIR CONDITIONING
Over 66 Years of
COMPANY Celebrating
Service To Our Community

1910
The original building at 9900
Gravois Rd. was built in 1910
and burned down the same
year. The current building was
built in 1911.

1955

Harster Heating & Cooling


314.631.5300
9900 Gravois
www.harsterheating.com

Present Day

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306. Equipment, products
308. Exercise programs
310. Services

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406. Counseling
408. Lessons
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604. Rentals

800. Apartments
801. Condominiums
802. Open Houses
803. Homes, South County for sale
804. Homes, South County for rent
806. Homes, St. Louis City for sale
807. Homes, St. Louis City for rent
809. Homes, Jefferson County for sale
810. Homes, Jefferson County for rent
812. Illinois for sale/rent
813. Missouri for sale/rent
815. Industrial, office
816. Inspections
818. Land for sale
819. Management
820. Mobile homes
821. Mortgage
822. New homes
823. Real estate auction
824. Recreational
825. Retail
826. Services, products
827. Storage space
829. Want to buy
830. Want to rent

IX. Professional Services

900. Advertising, public relations


901. Aeration
902. Air conditioning, heating
904. Alarms
905. Alter, dry clean, iron
906. Answering service
908. Appliance repair
909. Audio, video

910. Awnings
911. Barber, beauty shop
912. Bicycle Service
913. Blinds, shades, drapes
914. Brick, stone, tuckpointing
915. Carpentry, wood restoration
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917. Caulking
918. Chimney sweep
919. Ceramic tile
920. Cleaning
921. Computer design, repair
922. Computer programming
923. Concrete, asphalt
924. Construction
925. Decks
926. Delivery
927. Desktop publishing
928. Doors, garage doors
929. Drywall
930. Electrical
931. Exterior Remodeling
932. Excavating
933. Fans
934. Fencing
935. Financial
936. Flooring
937. Foundation
938. Framing, art
939. Fundraisers
940. Furniture repair
941. General contracting
942. Glass, window repair
944. Guttering
945. Handyman
946. Hauling
947. Home inspectors
948. Home maintenance
950. Income tax, bookkeeping
951. Insurance
952. Interior decorating
953. Internet services
954. Kitchen, bath
955. Landscaping
956. Lawn
958. Lawn mower repair
959. Legal services
960. Lighting
962. Locksmith, keys

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OPENINGS

102. EMPLOYMENT
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102. EMPLOYMENT
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701. Autobody, repair
702. Auto rental
704. Boats
706. Cars, vans for sale
708. Trucks, SUVs for sale
710. Motorcycles, ATVs
712. RVs, trailers
714. Service, equipment
716. Vehicles wanted

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102. EMPLOYMENT
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202. General
204. Income
206. Manufacturing
208. Restaurant
210. Retail
212. Service
214. Wholesale

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502. Halls
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966. Mowing
967. Organizing
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971. Photography
972. Plumbing, sewer, septic
974. Pressure washing
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984. Signs
985. Sprinkler systems
986. Storage buildings
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988. Swimming pools
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992. Tuckpointing
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1004. Appliances
1006. Auction, estate sales
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1012. Coins
1014. Computers
1016. Craft fairs
1018. Electronics
1020. Farm, lawn equipment
1022. Firewood
1024. Floor coverings
1026. Flowers
1028. Furniture
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OPENINGS

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1040. Miscellaneous
1042. Musical instruments
1044. Office equipment
1046. Photography supplies
1048. Sporting equipment
1050. Restaurant equipment
1051. Vending machines
1052. Tools, hardware
1053. Warehouse Sales
1054. Want to buy
1056. Want to sell

XI. Pets

1100. For sale


1101. Free
1102. Grooming
1104. Livestock
1106. Pet sitting
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1306. Invitations
1308. Men seeking women
1309. Roommate
1310. Women seeking men
1312. Prayers
1314. Reunions
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306. EQUIPMENT,
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III. Medical
Health
304. ELDERLY CARE
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* Experienced, compassionate
caregivers

(314) 842-5589
www.VisitingAngels.com/STLsouth

Call Us! Free Assessment

Personalized Care Plan

PRIVATE
BEGINNER
PIANO LESSONS For children
& adults. South County Area.
(314) 544-4892.
DEGREED PIANO TEACHER
currently accepting new students.
Beginning piano books & first lesson free. $20 per lesson. 63128
area. Call Cynthia for more information, (314) 960-2096
410. SCHOOLS
MISSOURI WELDING INSTITUTE, INC. Nevada, Missouri. Become a Certified Pipe and
Structural Welder. Earn top pay in
18 weeks. Many companies seek
our graduates. 1-800-667-5885.
www.mwi.ws

412. TUTORING
EXPERIENCED TEACHER
will tutor any age and all subjects. ACT & SAT prep. Individualization is the secret
to success. (314) 303-5352.

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V. Entertainment
504. TO DO
11TH ANNUAL U.S. 36 TREASURE HUNT Sept. 16, 17, 18. Antiques & Garage Sales - St. Francis
to Elwood, 400 Miles Across Kansas. Details about Maps & Listings
www.ushwy36.com

VII. Vehicles
714. SERVICE,
EQUIPMENT
DOES YOUR AUTO CLUB
offer no hassle service and rewards? Call Auto Club of America
(ACA) & Get Bonus $25 Gift Card
& 200 in ACA Rewards! (New
members only). Call 1-800-3609519

716. VEHICLES WANTED


DONATE YOUR CAR, Truck
or Boat to Heritage For the Blind.
Free 3 Day Vacation, Tax Deductible, Free Towing, All Paperwork
taken care of. Call 1-800-794-2203

VIII. Real
Estate
800. APARTMENTS FOR
RENT
PUBLISHERS NOTICE: All real estate
advertised herein is subject to the Federal Fair
Housing Act, which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status, or national origin, or
intention to make any such preference, limitation, or discrimination.
We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the
law. All persons are hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised are available on an equal
opportunity basis.

ALL UTILITIES PAID. 1


bdrm, all electric, clean, quiet,
laundry facility, private entrance,
well-lighted parking. Near
Gravois Bluffs shopping. No pets.
(636) 349-0332, (314) 277-7498,
(314) 409-5050.

GREEN PARK
GARDENS
Spacious 2 BD / 2 BA community. Quiet country setting. King
size master bedroom with bath.
W/D hookups in unit. We welcome
seniors. Great location near Lindbergh/Hwy 21. Rent $710. Call:

(314) 487-0880
IREMCO,
INC.
636-530-7171.

Agent,

C A R O N D E L E T / L E M AY
AREA Furnished 1 Bedroom,
utilities included, 2nd floor.
Clean, quiet senior building,
off street parking. No pets, no
smoking, $485.00, 314-892-0990.
ARNOLD - 2 BD, $675. All
electric w/ appliances. No dogs.
(314) 416-4113. View photos:
www.apartments-site.com.

SAINT LOUIS

314.631.1989
SAINT CHARLES

636.724.4357
www.AssistanceAtHome.com

INDEPENDENTLY OWNED
& OPERATED SINCE 1989

Hire Your Health


Care Professionals
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Wanted
Ad in

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800. APARTMENTS FOR


RENT

818. LAND FOR SALE

Rosemont
Senior Living Centre

4325 BUTLER HILL RD


4.32 Acres, part of Butler Hill &
Schnucks Shopping Center, near
I-55. Many possibilities. CALL
DAN CERONE REALTORS,
(314) 842-7647

Best Value in St. Louis!

826. SERVICES, PRODUCTS

All inclusive rent

3 meals daily
Housekeeping & Laundry
24 Hr. Security
Apartments
$1150/mo to $1700/mo
To schedule a tour:
Call 314-495-6267
- 2121 Ridge Drive - Arnold, MO www.rosemontstl.com
803. HOMES, SOUTH
COUNTY FOR SALE
3607 GWENMILL DR., 4 BR
3 BA open floor plan--Finished
lower level- Pool - Deck- Large
lot, $254,900. Mary Faser BHHS
Advantage Realtors 314-5502179, Open 1-3, Sunday.
815. OFFICE, INDUSTRIAL,
MEDICAL
LEASE 600 SQ FT 2 private
offices, reception, beautiful building, Avail Conference room. Also
possible Law Office Share. Tesson
Ferry and Baptist Church area.
Call 314.239.8855.
WAREHOUSE FOR LEASE.
13,200 sq.ft., offices, security
system, near I-55 & 270, 314-2105088.

AMAZING DEAL!
Prime commercial space
(2400sq.ft.) available for sub-lease
on Telegraph Road for $10/sq.ft
nnn! Call Ray (314) 265-9380.

PROTECT YOUR HOME with


fully customizable security and
24/7 monitoring right from your
smartphone. Receive up to $1500
in equipment, free (restrictions
apply). Call 1-800-359-0176

IX. Professional
Services
914. BRICK, STONE,
TUCKPOINTING

HIGH HEAT
MASONRY
Specializing in custom, outdoor
masonry ovens, fireplaces and fire
pits. We do retaining walls, mailboxes, planters, brick gas grills,
any aspect of masonry. Since
1977. Call Kevin (618) 667-3837.
314-296-8223 ALL TYPES
TUCKPOINTING, bricklaying, stone work, waterproofing
and caullking serving St. Louis
since 1969. Proof of insurance provided. NO deposit required and we accept all major
credit cards. Service award recipient and A+ BBB rating.
danmilbournconstruction.com

MASSEY TUCKPOINTING
Expert Tuckpointing
Chimney Repair Specialist
Brick & Stone Repair Caulking

$50 OFF over $500


BBB A+ Rating

Winner of the 2013 Torch Award

( 31 4) 48 6-3303

Online 24/7!

916. CARPET CLEANING,


INSTALLATION
CARPET REPAIRS restretching, reseaming, and patching.
No job too small. Free estimates.
(314) 892-1003.
REPAIR IT BEFORE YOU
REPLACE IT. Carpet Sales,
repaired, restretched, installed.
Nick Gaines. For phone quote:
(314) 845-8049.
920. CLEANING
CLEAN AS A WHISTLE
Family Owned & Operated
Since 2006. Weekly, Bi-weekly,
Monthly. Move-In & Move-Out.
Insured & Bonded. $10.00 off first
time customers. Located in South
County. Satisfaction guaranteed.
A+ BBB rating. 314-426-3838.
www.cleanasawhistlestl.com

CLEANING DONE
RIGHT
Since 1999! Like your Grandmother cleaned. Reasonable rates.
314-738-3665.

Scrubby Dutch
Cleaning

Family owned & operated since 1983


Bonded Insured Supervised

$10 OFF FOR


FIRST TIME CUSTOMERS!
Free Estimates by phone!

314-849-4666

www.scrubbydutch.com

923. CONCRETE, ASPHALT


QUALITY
CONCRETE
WORK Driveways, Patios,
Sidewalks. 30 Years Experience. Prompt Service Reasonable Prices Free Estimates
Fully Insured MWSM, LLC.
(314) 238-1275.

Crossword Puzzle (Answers


swers on page 10B)

CLUES ACROSS
1. Speed contestant
6. Patti Hearsts captors
9. Produced again
10. Very cautious
12. Correct behavior
13. More saponaceous
15. Shows great promise
17. Point between S
and SE
18. 10 decibels
19. Fantan
20. Follow by ones foot
21. Minute marine
tunicate
23. Valley
24. Bosomy
25. Afternoon
refreshments
27. Libyan dinar
28. A young bear
29. Card distributions
31. Cylindrical spikelike
inflorescence
33. Womens __
movement
34. Bahrain dinar
35. One of the 4 primary
tastes
37. Son or daughter
40. Scoundrels
42. Scottish hillside
44. Cape near Lisbon
45. Infants
47. Company that rings
receipts
48. A single unit
49. Bank vault burglar
51. Put together
53. Bank cashiers
54. Forays
55. Emissaries
56. One point east of
due north

57. Transfer property

CLUES DOWN
1. Harked back
2. Egyptian god of life
3. Sent on special
occasions
4. Evoked
5. Dismissals
6. 60s dance
7. Once around the
track
8. Moved upward
9. Duplicate
10. Not pros
11. Affirmatives

12. Soundtrack
modifications
13. Right triangle ratio
14. Count on
16. Mix
20. Mix with society
22. Spanish dish
24. Litigates
26. Prince _ Ibrahim Int.
Airport
28. Unit of length (abbr.)
30. Pound (abbr.)
31. Habituated
32. Gaolers
34. Famous Ruth
36. Plural of #1 across

37. Crocodile (abbr.)


38. Show respect
towards
39. ONeill title character
40. Small restaurant
41. At peace
43. Mistakes
45. Prohibitions
46. Medicinal ointment
49. Half of an animals
body used for food
50. A clump of earth
52. A babys apron

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945. HANDYMAN

IX. Professional
Services
923. CONCRETE, ASPHALT
BI-STATE CONCRETE,
LLC. Since 1963. See our ad in
the professional services directory
(314) 849-7520.
RICK THOMAS CONCRETE
Driveways, decorative stamp, exposed aggregate, retaining walls,
etc. 15+ years experience. Call for
a free estimate (314) 698-0391.
rickthomasconcrete.com
Reasonable Prices Fully Insured Free Estimates

MWSM,

FATHER & SON TEAM


Interior/Exterior Painting, Drywall, Basements, Carpentry,
Electric. (314) 910-1500, (314)
894-8900.
FLESCH
BROS.
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
Interior/exterior remodeling.
Kitchens. Baths. Windows. Siding.
314-638-8927.

INSIDE JOBS
Bath Repairs, Plumbing, Electric,
Caulking, Patching Drywalls, Call
Rick! (314) 832-6319
946. HAULING

L
L
C

SOUTH COUNTY HAULING


Anything removed fast appliances, debris, fences, demolition,
garages, pools. (314) 307-1201.

Quality Flatwork, Driveways,


Patios, Sidewalks, etc.

AFFORDABLE HAULING
and Moving. Lowest Prices. Same
Day Service. (636) 282-1930,
(314) 277-7135, Jim.

CONCRETE
OVER 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE

314-238-1275
928. DOORS,
GARAGE DOORS
ELECTRO
DOOR
SYSTEMS INC. See our ad in
the Professional Services Directory (314)-454-0460 (618)-2814056
935. FINANCIAL
SELL YOUR structured settlement or annuity payments for
CASH NOW. You dont have to
wait for your future payments any
longer! Call 1-800-795-8418.

941. GENERAL
CONTRACTING

General Contractor

Residential/Commercial

314.393.8813
944. GUTTERING

GUTTER CLEANING

*Gutters cleaned, leaves/debris


removed. Downspouts cleared,
gutter guards installed. Powerspraying available! * Free
Estimates. Senior & Veteran
Discounts! Derek, (314) 6981434. Since 1995.

M.B. HAULING Complete


clean out. Houses + garages.
Pool removal. Haul anything.
(314) 265-2840.
FORGETABOUTIT INTERIOR/EXTERIOR CLEAN
OUTS Basements, Yards, Demolition. Free Estimates (314) 2768895
HOMEPRO HANDYMAN Repairs, Rehab, Painting, Carpentry,
Pressure Washing, Decks Refinished, Odd Jobs. Experienced. Insured. Eric, (314) 413-1374.
ALL AROUND HOME MAINTENANCE. Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing and Painting,
Gutter Cleaning / Repair. Basement / Attic, Cleaning, Hauling,
Insured. (314)432-3232.
SPENCER INTERIORS
Drywall Repair, Interior Painting,
Taping, Hanging, Framing, Basements, Bathrooms. Darryl, (314)
892-2774 or (314) 703-9270.

AHIT HOME
INSPECTIONS AND
REMODELING
We do it all for you! Interior/
Exterior painting, drywall repairs,
power washing, plumbing, electrical work, 314-629-2448.

GARAGE DOOR
REPAIR

GUTTER
WORKS

769-2443

5" to 6"

Soffits Fascia Siding


Cleaning Repairs
& Leaf Protection!

FREE ESTIMATES

314

544-3400

945. HANDYMAN
VITOS HANDYMAN, LLC.
Interior/Exterior, Kitchen/Bath,
Painting/Decks/Flooring, Basements, Fans. No job too small!
Insured. (314) 650-9294.

Read em and reap.

FISHBURNS
LANDSCAPING
Full Landscaping & Planting.
Removal. Installation. Design.
Aerating. Mulching. Retaining
Walls. Bush Trimming. Free Estimates. Fully Insured. (314) 8430271.

MALONEYS
LAWN SERVICE

Mowing, bagging, trimming,


shrubbery trimmed, removed
or planted. Sodding, Dethatching, Aerating. Keystone/Versalock walls built. Tree Working,
etc.
Insured
Thank You
487-3491
Jerry

Lawn
Sculptors

Lawn & Landscaping, LLC

FULL SERVICE

Spring Cleanup
Mowing Fertilizing
Bush Trimming Mulching
Seeding Sodding
Additional Services Available
Residential/Commercial

Springs, Openers, Etc.


Reasonable Prices

950. INCOME TAX,


BOOKKEEPING
ACCOUNTING & SECRETARIAL SERVICE Professional and experienced. Licensed
Tax Preparer. Bookkeeping. Typing
Services. (314) 303-5352.
955. LANDSCAPING
TERRY LANDSCAPING
AND LAWN CARE. Scheduled
grass cutting, mulch, dethatching,
aerating. Slice seeding. Full landscaping and lawn care services.
Insured. BBB member. (314) 4870456.

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966. MOWING
GRASS CUTTING & LAWN
CARE I Earned an A+ with the
BBB. Chriss Cut & Trim LLC has
been in business for 15 yrs. Call
Chris @ 314-749-0029
FORGETABOUTIT LAWN
CARE Mulching, spring
cleanup, storm cleanup, mowing.
Call Vinny 314-276-8895.

314

494-3100

956. LAWN

TRACYS LAWN
AND LANDSCAPING
Residential and commercial.
Grass cutting, aerating/seeding, topsoil, mulching, sod and
leaves, planting, weeding, retaining walls and draining systems.
(314) 845-0686.
MALONEYS LAWN &
LANDSCAPE SERVICE. Since
1986. Mowing, Trimming, Tree
& Shrub Work, Landscaping Services. Please refer to my ad in the
Professional Services Directory!
(314) 487-3491.

LAWNS 4 LESS

*Leaf Removal, Fertilizing,


Premium Mulch, Trees/Bushes
Trimmed, Debris Removal, Gutter Cleaning & Guard Installation,
Power Spraying, *Free Estimates.
Senior & Veteran Discounts!
Derek, (314) 698-1434. Since
1995.
ARNDT LAWN SERVICE
for all your lawncare needs!
Now scheduling cutting fertilizing aerating yard clean ups.
Call Jeff (314) 623-3406. Or
jwarndt2763@sbcglobal.net
BICKELS LAWN SERVICE,
LLC. Free Estimates. Affordable, Reliable, Friendly Service.
15 Years Experience. Fully Insured. Residential & Commercial Mowing. Leaf Removal.
Mark: 314-378-8031

MARY THE
LAWN LADY
South County, South City Area.
(314) 440-9645. No answer, leave
message.
GENERAL LAWN L.L.C.
Work performed the old fashioned way WITH PRIDE.
(314) 608-6847.
CUT RIGHT LAWN SERVICES Professional mowing,
trimming, clean-up, pressure washing. Church discounts. Insured.
Jim: 636-633-2504.

972. PLUMBING, SEWER,


SEPTIC
LICENSED
PLUMBER
available for all your plumbing needs. 25 years experience!
(314) 808-4611.
PLUMBING
MASTERS
Since 1984. See our ad in the
Professional Services Directory.
(314) 351-4373

968. PAINTING,
WALLPAPERING

980. ROOFING

ROOF SIDING GUTTERS


24-Hour Emergency Service
*30 Yrs. Experience*

Fully Insured
No job too small or too large!

FREE estimates!
Lowest Price, Guaranteed
10 Year Workmanship Warranty

Dennis 314-420-8542
or 636-479-7017 (Jeff. Co.)

BRETZ CLASSIC
PAINTING
Quality work with pride
Interior/Exterior/Faux Finishes,
drywall, fully insured, references,
25 years, credit cards accepted,
(314) 845-9693.

CIARAMITAROS
PAINTING
Custom painting / wallpapering
/ dry-wall. Excellent prep. Interior
/ Exterior. Reasonable rates, excellent references, free estimates.
846-8559.

DAWN McCOYS
30 Years Experience! Painting.
Interior and Exterior. Wall paper/
Removal. Power washing. Deck
staining. (314) 846-7007.

LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED

948. HOME MAINTENANCE

GUTTER CLEANING Light


Tree Work. Free Estimates! Off
Duty Firefighter. Please Call
John, (314) 724-9897.

SEAMLESS GUTTERS
20 Colors

955. LANDSCAPING

JC PAINTS

INTERIOR/XTERIOR
PAINTING. Reliable, clean &
Reasonable. Insured. Call John for
free estimate! (314) 703-2794.

EPR PAINTING
Interior/Exterior, custom painting. Powerwashing, deck staining.
Experienced Painter - No Job
Too Small! Reasonable rates, references. Dependable work, Senior
Discount. Fully Insured & Free
Estimates. Eddie (314) 814-0823.

SALLER & SONS


PAINTING &
DECORATING
Exterior/interior painting, powerwashing, deck staining, established 1975, dependable,
experienced, reasonable, free estimates. Call Pete (314) 359-9126.

M&M CUSTOM PAINTING

INTERIOR-EXTERIOR.
Power Washing, wallpaper removal,
small, local company. Insured,
FREE estimates. Owner Operated.
(314) 401-9211

SCHLUETER
PAINTING

Custom Homes/Subdivisions
RESIDENTIAL REPAINTS
One Stop Remodel Shop!
Home Improvement
& Repair Specialist

FROM START TO FINISH


We accept credit cards.

314

544-5126

970. PEST CONTROL

Licensed, Bonded & Insured

351-2302

Stacks & Water


Pipes, Small Repairs &
Replacements,
Water Service And
Sewer Lines

Call Robert
314-300-3333

ariesplumbinginc.com/okv
ONLINE COUPON
974. PRESSURE WASHING
POWER PRESSURE We specialize in exterior house washing and more. Since 1992. Mold,
mildew, algae removal and more.
24-hour return call guarantee.
Monday-Friday or 10% discount.
FREE estimates, fully insured.
High and Low pressure hot water,
(314) 846-6767, (314) 550-6781.
CLINTS CLEAR VIEW
PRESSURE
WASHING,
INC. Guaranteed Mold & Mildew Removal. Gutter Whitening, Oxidation Removal, Roof
Stain Removal. Licensed & Insured. Free Estimates, 10%
Discount with Ad. Call Clint,
(314) 471-3440.

ALL TYPES OF ROOFING,


SIDING, AWNINGS AND
WINDOWS

Fully Insured
Residential/Commercial
24hr Emergency Service
Free estimates
Local Business
Since 2004

314-495-8064
636-481-8026

www.edwardsroofing.net

983. SIDING

976. REMODELING

MIZZELL REMODELING
& EXTERIORS

SHE REMODELS. Int/Ext Painting, Kit/bath remodeling, apartment make readys, drywall/plaster
repair, Whole house renovations,
37 years exp. Free est. Call Laura
314-629-3838

Siding, Windows, Decks, Kitchens, Baths. 36 years experience. Where Quality Counts
A+ BBB Accredited. MC/Visa.
(314) 845-2996.
www.mizzellremodeling.com
Making Your Dreams Affordable!

980. ROOFING

987. STUMP REMOVAL

HULSEY
ROOFING, INC.
Residential/Commercial, insured,
A+ BBB Accredited, free estimates. (314) 846-ROOF (7663).

ADVANTAGE
ROOFING
Specializing in full roofing
systems, repairs, gutters, gutter
cleaning, siding. Free estimates.
Abby (314) 691-6494.

STEWART &
COMPANY, INC.
Residential & Commercial
since 1944. Free estimates.
Roofing, including TPO. All
exterior remodeling - siding,
windows, gutters, soffit, fascia,
awnings, doors. (314) 487-3300.
www.stewartandcompanyinc.com

KIRKWOOD ROOFING

TEACHERS SPRAYING
SERVICE INC. Commercial and
residential. See Professional Services Display 314-416-7558

Residential/commercial, fully
insured/free estimates. A+ BBB
Accredited.

972. PLUMBING, SEWER,


SEPTIC

PERFORMANCE ROOFING,
since 1976, (314) 487-3028. See
professional services directory ad
for more.

MISSOURI
PLUMBING
SERVICES. Residential Repair
and Remodel. Free Estimates.
No Job Too Small! LIC #P7095
(314) 393-1484.

For roof repair or


replacement. No job too
small. No job too big.
Free estimates!

(314) 909-8888

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THIS PAPER

TOMS STUMP GRINDING Free Phone Estimate, Quick


Service, Multi-Stump Discount
314-566-8886
991. TREE SERVICES
KYLES LANDSCAPE AND
RELIABLE TREE SERVICE.
See our ad in the Professional Services Directory. (314) 892-1500.
JOE BECKER. Trees topped,
quality trimming, removal.
20 years. Insured. (314) 631-0272,
(314) 965-8520.
KEVIN BRENNAN TREE
SERVICE. See our ad in the
Professional Service Directory.
(314) 280-5107 or (314) 842-4947.

DeCLUE & SONS

TREE SERVICE, INC. Serving


St. Louis for four generations. See
our ad in the Professional Services
Directory. (636) 464-5181.
KENS AFFORDABLE
TREE SERVICE Please refer to
ad in Professional Services Directory. (314) 482-1715.

TREES 4 LESS

*Tree trimming & removal. Debris hauling. *Free Estimates.


Senior Discount! $50 Gas card
or 10% off any service job over
$400. Derek, (314) 698-1434.
Since 1995.

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IX. Professional
Services
991. TREE SERVICES

ZANESCOT M.
KESTER
Storm Clean-Up, Trees Trimmed/
Removed, Senior Discounts! 1
(573) 631-0291

1040. MISCELLANEOUS
ULTIMATE BUNDLE from
DIRECTV & AT&T. 2-Year Price
Guarantee - Just $89.99/month
(TV/fast internet/phone) FREE.
Whole-Home Genie HD-DVR Upgrade. New Customers Only. Call
Today 1-800-404-9517
1054. WANT TO BUY

Tree Service

TRAIN COLLECTOR, w/
integrity, buying Gilbert-A.F.,
Lionel, and Marx. For appt. call
(314) 650-0255.

(636) 296-6380
FREE ESTIMATES!!

ESTATE SALES or Contents


Buyouts. Also Buying Costume
Jewelry, Purses, Vintage Barbie
Dolls & Toys, St. John Knits,
Much More. Call 314-581-3891.

A COMPLETE

Best Prices. Fast Honest Service.


Insured. Trimming. Removals.

R&D Tree Service


(314) 894-1756
(314) 965-5970
(636) 305-0448

Insured for
your protection

X. Merchandise
1028. FURNITURE
STANLEY
7-DRAWER
MATCHING DRESSER with
mirror and nightstand plus a twin
bed $175.00 (314) 835-0907.

RECORDS WANTED
CASH paid for 33 1/3, 45 and 78
RPM records. House calls made.
Call Bob, (636) 296-5240.
1056. WANT TO SELL
40 x 30 DOME TOP PARROT CAGE. $480.00. Brand new.
Never used. Must pick up. Email:
LMH6955@sbcglobal.net
NEW UNUSED 2017 COACHMEN CLIPPER RV $11,500,
refrigerator, range, table, A/C, furnace, bathroom, sleeps five 636561-7466

XII. Lost & Found

1040. MISCELLANEOUS

1200. LOST AND FOUND

FAST INTERNET! HughesNet


Satellite Internet. High-speed.
Available anywhere. Speeds to 15
mbps. Starting at $59.99/mo. Call
for Limited Time Price. 1-800-6795882

LOST DARK GRAY COCKATIEL with white trim from Brookstone subdivision off Yaeger in
Oakville. Reward. 314-740-8425.

AT&T U-VERSE INTERNET


starting at $15/month or TV &
Internet starting at $49/month for
12 months with 1-year agreement.
Call 1-800-539-5519 to learn more.
DISH TV 190 channels plus
High-speed Internet only $54.94/
mo! Ask about a 3 year price guarantee & get Netflix included for 1
year! Call Today 800-837-9058

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ears and nose, lost at Reavis &
Telegraph 314-487-4391.

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XIII. Personals
1312. PRAYERS

Prayer to the Blessed Virgin


(never known to fail) O, most
beautiful flower of Mt. Carmel,
fruitful vine, splendor of heaven,
blessed Mother of the Son of
God, Immaculate virgin, assist
me in my necessity. Oh, Star
of the Sea, help me and show
me herein you are my mother.
Oh Holy Mary, Mother of God,
Queen of Heaven and Earth, I
humbly beseech you from the
bottom of my heart to succor
me in this necessity. There are
none that can withstand your
power. Oh, show me herein
you are my mother. Oh, Mary,
conceived without sin, pray for
us who have recourse to thee.
(3X) Holy Spirit, you who solve
all problems, light all roads so
I can attain my goal. You who
gave me the divine gift to forgive and forget all evil against
me and that in all instances in
my life you are with me, I want
in this short prayer to thank you
for all things as you confirm
once again that I never want
to be separated from you in
eternal glory. Thank you for
your mercy toward me and
mine. (Must say this prayer 3
consecutive days.) After 3 days,
the request will be granted. This
prayer must be published after
the favor is granted! Thank you!

B.R.
1316. SPECIAL
A MARRIED SUCCESSFUL
Couple seeks to Adopt. Cant wait
to become a first-time mom & devoted dad with your help. Financial
Security. Expenses Paid. Ellen &
Ira. (ask for Adam). 1-800-7905260.

XIV.
Announcements
1403. ATHLETIC
REGISTRATION
2017 KIRKWOOD AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL
TRYOUTS, August 21 at Brentwood Park, 9100 Russell Avenue,
2-4 pm, all high school age levels
and 14 U. Contact 314-910-9355.

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Crossword Puzzle Answers from Page 8B

1404. CALL PROMOTIONS


Congratulations, Arlene Scates
correctly guessed the title to the
August 11 Name That Tune Contest. The name of the tune was
Tom Tinker.
The Call will award one free
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week 1/16th happy ad each to
the first two entries correctly
identifying the tune on Page 1A.
Call for details. Send name, address, and your answer to 9977
Lin Ferry, St. Louis, Mo. 63123,
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afternoon to be considered for
prizes. Call Newspapers employees and relatives within the fourth
degree are not eligible to win. Winner must place classified within
three months of tune publication
date.

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Restaurant & Bar
AFFTON / GREEN PARK
63123
Affton White-Rodgers
Community Center
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Clarices Bridal Fashions
Concord Grill
Dairy Queen - S. Lindbergh
Dennys
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Green Park City Hall
PSghettis
Shear Zam
Shop N Save
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SSM Medical Group
Tesson Heights Retirement
Inn
Uncle Leos Pizza
CONCORD 63128
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Coldwell Banker Gundaker
Concord License Office
Delmar Gardens - South
Dobbs Tire & Auto
Laundry 21
Molldelis Delicatessen
Old Tesson Medical Plaza
Orchid Terrace
South County YMCA
Sunset Hills Health &
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Washington Middle
School
KIRKWOOD 63122
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First Watch Restaurant
LEMAY 63125
Als Automotive
Cafe Telegraph
Century Credit Union 1540 Lemay Ferry Road
Cusanellis
Du Bowl Lanes

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Franview Barber
JPs Deli
Mama Mels Pizzeria
Margaret Buerkle Middle
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Marys Blue Ribbon
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McArthurs Bakery
Mehlville Senior High
School
Midwest Bank Centre Lemay Ferry Rd.
Midwest Bank Centre Lindbergh Blvd.
Montgomery Bank
Ol School Smokehouse
One Eyed Willies
Prime Time Academy
Rays Hair Care
Shop N Save
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St. Lukes United
Methodist Church
St. Matthias Church
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The Medicine Shoppe
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Home
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Coldwell Banker Gundaker
(Telegraph)
Coldwell Banker Premier
Frankie Gs
First Watch Restaurant
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Midwest Bank - Telegraph
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Oakville Senior High
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Siteman Cancer Center
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St. Louis Pizza & Wings
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American Family Insurance c/o Loren Stuckmeyer Agency
BMO Harris Bank
City Music
Crestwood Bowl
Crestwood City Hall
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Dr. Michael White, DDS
Enterprise Bank & Trust
Gallery of Beauty
Happy Joes
Holiday Inn Southwest
Lindbergh High School
LiUNA Event Center
Missouri Baptist Outpatient
New Seasons Spa & Salon
OLearys
Realty Executives Premiere
St. Louis Bread Company
Sunset Ford Service
Sunset Hills City Hall
Universal Rentals
DES PERES 63131
The Custom Wig Shoppe
WEBSTER GROVES/
SHREWSBURY 63119
Crestview Senior Living
King Edwards Fried
Chicken & Fish
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McDonalds
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Roseberry Farms
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The Yaeger Family


Celebrates Over 20 Years
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Carpets Plus employees pictured from left: Shawn Yaeger, Janet Yaeger, and
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plumbing fixtures, undercabinet
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offer full service installations on
all their products.
Janet Yaeger, her son Shawn
and salesperson Stephanie Lupo,
want to thank their clients for
all their support over the last 22
years.

Your first step to a beautiful home

Visit us at carpetspluscabinetsplus.com
Showroom Hours: Mon. & Fri. 9am-7pm;
Tues., Wed. & Thurs. 9am-6pm; Sat. 10am-4pm; Sun Closed