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The Cuba Free Press from page 6A Sue Sellers Sue Sellers (nee Friedrich) was born 25, 1941, at Perkins, Me., William Friedrich and the Mae Friedrich (nee Miller). ! departed this life Wednesday, April 16, her home on Arlie Barr Road, Me., at the age of 61 years, 6 and 21 days. married Charles Radfern on April 18, daughter, Carla, was bern to this his death she married A.H. to her mother, Sue was preceded by her husband A.H. "Lonnie" Sellers; Donna Lynn Sellers; one R.W. Friedrich; mother-in-law Overa and Alonzo "Lon" brother-in-law, Everett Campbell. those who remain to mourn her pass- her three daughters, Carla and Brenda Tina and husband Randy Parks, all Mo.; sisters, Phyllis and husband of Deepwater, Mo., and a chosen Hartzell of Deslodge, Mo.; two Missy and husband Nick of St. Mary's Georgia, Lynn Young Bluff, Me.; one great grandson, Bryce friends and caregivers, Pat Beverly Setzer of Viburnum, Me.; sisters-in-law, aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and Sue Sellers lay in state 5-8 p.m. 18, 2003, at the Britton Funeral , Me. services were held 11 a.m. Saturday, 2003, in the Britten Chapel with Rev. and Rev. George Civey officiat- and interment were in Dillard, Me. Serving as pail- Brenda and Carla Sellers, Tina Parks, Missy Sutherland, Lynette and Pat Barton. were under the direction of Funeral Home, Steelville, Me. R. "Bill" Sellers R. "Bill" Sellers, 76 years old, of Me. passed away on April 9,2003. survived by his loving family and friends. His wife Melba, of 57 years, his Children, Connie Sue Sellers Sexton and Larry of St. Robert, Me., Billie Jean and husband John of Parkville, Craig Sellers and wife Cindy of P 10. ! and Melba have five grandchildren, Dalton, wife Stephanie and May of Parkville, Christine Sexton Wilkius and hus- of Nashville, Tennessee, anece Sexton of St. Louis, Me., Kaleb Rose Sellers of Dixon, Me. survived by a sister, Marie Sellers iof Bridgeton, Me. Was preceded in death by his parents, and Frank Sellers, his brother, Delmar and his other two sisters, Dolly Sellers Sellers Gastineau. Was a founder and co-owner of Sellers- , Inc. of St. Robert, Me. for 26 years. He aCtive member of Westside Baptist Deacon. In 1973, a 32nd Abou Ben Adhem Shrine of Springfield, Me. and was enthusiastically involved with many community and charitable organizations. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 12, 2003 at Westside Baptist Church with Rev. John Shaw officiating. Rev. Lee Schaffer read the obituary and gave a lovely and touching eulogy. Pianist, Greg Gabel played as Mike Freeman sang, "How Great Thou Art" and "Because He Lives." Serving as escorts were Charles and Willie Freeman, Wayne Gott, Bill Ransdall, Bobby Sellers and Doug Wilkerson. Honorary escorts were Gilbert Sellers and Co. Ed Owsley. Burial followed in the Sellers Cemetery near Davisville, Me. Services were under the direc- tion of Waynesville Memorial Chapel. Sidney C. Wedding Sidney C. Wedding nee Nash was bern Wednesday, August 22, 1923, at Maceo, Kentucky, a daughter of the late Sidney Critten Nash and Lou Ellen Nash (nee Barnett). She entered eternal rest Tuesday, April 15, 2003, at Bartesville, Oklahoma, at the age of 79 years, 7 months and 23 days. On October 21, 1939, Sidney was united in marriage to Joseph S. Wedding at Owensbero, Kentucky. Two sons and four daughters were born to this union. They enjoyed over forty-four years together, before his death, May 1983. In addition to her parents, one grandson, John David Takacs; three brothers, James Nash and wife Opal, Fred Nash and Rev. Lester Nash; two sisters; Beulah and husband George E. Young and Blanche Fulkerson and brothers- in-law, Denham Crawford and O.T. Miller, pre- ceded her in death. Among those who remain to mourn her pass- ing are two devoted sons and four loving daughters, Joseph S. Wedding, Jr. and wife Trinka of Manchester, Me., Patricia and hus- band John Takacs of Lebanon, Me., Larry W. Wedding and wife Shirley of DavisviUe, Me., Rebecca and husband Louis McKain of Indianapolis, Indiana, Brenda and husband Gary Davis of Dewey, Oklahoma, Margie and husband Jack Turnbough of Davisville, Me. She is also survived by one brother, Clarence Nash of Columbus, Ohio; two sisters, Katherine Crawford and Virginia Miller, beth of Owensboro, Kentucky; one sister-in-law, Idella Nash of Danville, Kentucky; thirteen grandchil- dren; seventeen great-grandchildren; nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and many friends. Sidney C. Wedding lay in state 2-8 p.m. Thursday, April 17, 2003, at the Britton Brothers Funeral Home, Steelville, Me. Funeral Services were held 11 a.m. Friday, April 18, 2003, in the Britton Chapel with Rev. H. E. Thrasher officiating. Linda Hedgcoth, Charlene Civey, Harold and Joan Slade provid- ed music. Sidney's grandchildren Carter, Jeremy, Summer, Lisa and Grayson Davis also provided musical selections. Committal prayers and interment were in St. John's United Church of Christ Cemetery, Manchester, Me. with ROv. Jeff Nash officiating. Summer Davis played "Amazing Grace" grave- side on a French horn. Honoring their grandmother as pallbearers were Carter Davis, Grayson Davis, Jeremy Davis, David Takacs, Ken Turnbough, Brian Wedding, Scott Wedding and Tim Wedding. Arrangements were under the direction of Britton Funeral Home, Steelville, Me. Lung Cancer tudy Crawford County Sheriff's Report 14 - 20 Marvin M. 28, Bourbon, was on a warrant for the possession of a con- Substance. He was [on bond. Amanda S. Busse, was arrested on a the charge of mur- 'degree. She remains in Christina M. 36, Bourbon, was a twenty hour hold violence. She was aider twenty hours. Delores R. Jones, was arrested on warrant for I) of passing bad ent County warrant of passing bad on a Phelps County charge of pass- checks. She was bond. Raymond L. Wren, was arrested on for charges of parapher- controlled and failure to appear charge of pos- a controlled sub- custody. Jeremy W. 20, Sullivan, was a warrant for the sale/possession of With altered identi- He remains in Chadwick D. Klaeger, 19, Cuba, was arrest- ed on a warrant for the charge of violation of an ex-parte or full order of protection. He was released on bond. 04/17/03 Joseph R. Sansoucie, 37, Steelville, was arrested on a Jefferson County warrant for the charges of vio- lation of an ex parte or full order of protection and harass- ment. He was released on bend. 04/17/03 Joseph T. Williford, 17, Sullivan, was arrested on a probation violation warrant for the original charge of tamper- ing first degree. He remains in custody. 04/17/03 Arliss E. Gumpenberger, 36, Fort Worth, TX, was arrested on warrants for the charges of passing bad checks and possession of a con- trolled substance. He remains in custody. 04/17/03 Bryan D. Sanders, 22, Cuba, was arrested on war- rants for the charges of activi- ties violation in a non-designat- ed conservation area, operating a motor vehicle without a dri- ver's license (two warrants), failure to equip vehicle with a muffler and driver failed to fas- ten seatbelt. He was released on bond. 04/18/03 Charles D. Coleman, 25, Salem, was arrested on a warrant for the charge of passing bad checks. He remains in custody. 04/19/03 Brent A. Teel, 17, Hermann, was arrested on the charge of burglary second degree. A warrant was issued and he remains in custody. 04/19/03 Rhonda L. Keyes, 44, Leasburg, was arrested on a warrant for the charge of pos- session of a controlled sub- stance. She was released on bond. 04/20/03 Terry L. Daugherty, 27, Bourbon, was arrested on a Bourbon warrant for the charge of failure to appear on the original charge of speeding. He remains in custody. 04/20/03 Troy A?Foshee, 35, Dillard, was arrested on the charge of possession of a con- trolled substance. A warrant was issued and he remains in custody. 04/20/03 Dewilla K. Sumpter, 46, Bixby, was arrest- ed on the charge of possession of a controlled substance. A warrant was issued and she remains in custody. 04/19/03 Kelly J. Brand, 40, Cook Station, was arrested on the charges of assault second degree, possession of metham- phetamine, distribute, deliver, manufacture, produce a con- trolled substance, use of pos- sess with intent to use drug paraphernalia, unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, unlawful use of a weapon and weapons law violation. Warrants are being applied for. He was also arrested on a Franklin County warrant for the charge of pos- session of a controlled sub- stance. He remains in custody. April 24, 2003 -- 7A Crawford County Associate Court Docket w Following are the disposi- a.m. for announcement. tions made in Crawford County Peoples Bank vs Bobby J Associate Court April 8, 2003, and Gloria J. Williamson. regarding Civil matters, Judge Passed to 4-29-03 at 9 a.m. for J. Kent Howald presiding, service or dismissal. AJ Auto Inc. vs Daniel H & S Financial Inc. vs Sanders. Passed to 5-6-03 at 9 Margaret G. Sappington. Passed to 5-6-03 at 9 a.m. for service or dismissal. Capital One Bank vs Dawn Hudson. Default entered. Capital One vs Charla J. Sellers. Passed to 5-20-03 at 10 a.m. for trial to the court. Cuba Municipal Court Docket w April 14, 2003 (Court costs $20 for all cases.) Tim Donahoe, municipal judge; Stephen Paulus, prosecutor; Rened Parrett, court clerk; Cuba, Missouri. Roger Adkins: Peace disturbance. Continued by court. Jason L. Baker: Property damage. Send letter to defendant for balance due. Chad J. Cain: Peace disturbance. Continued defendant in court. Resisting arrest. Continued defendant in court. William R. Cassidy: No proof insurance. Send letter to defendant. Failure to register vehicle. Send letter to defendant. Robert Clardy: Peace disturbance. Plea of not guilty. Trial set. Crystal B. Cummings: Stealing under $750. Continued. Balance due docket. Joe Freeman: Failure to register vehicle. Send letter to attorney. No finanical responsibility. Send letter to attorney. Matthew L. Gibbs: Possession marijuana. Warrant executed. Possession controlled sub- stance paraphernalia. Warrant to be issued. Minor in possession. Warrant to be issued. William S. Goody: Stealing under $750. Plea of not guilty. Trial set. James T. Griggs: No Missouri operators license. Continued defendant in court. Jeremy Heise-house: Careless & imprudent driving. Warrant withdrawn. Case redocketed. Matthew Z. Jackson: Careless & imprudent driving. Continued defendant in court. Property damage. Continued. Balance due docket. Assault. Continued. Balance due docket. Justin Lee Lawless: No Missouri operators license. Warrant to be issued. Brian L. Lorenz: Stealing under $750. Plea of not guilty. Trial set. Dale W. Lunsford, Jr.: Stealing under $750. Send letter to defendant for balance due. Scan Mims: No Missouri operators license. Send letter to defendant. Mahrysa L. Moore: Stop sign violation. Plea guilty. Paid fines and cost. Brandi L. Nepsa: Stealing under $750. Continued. Balance due docket. Andre Porter: Stealing under $750. Continued defendant in court. Bob Richardson: Peace disturbance. Plea of not guilty. Trial set. Ruthann Smith: Stealing under $750. Continued for attorney. Lance Stout: Driving while intoxicated. Warrant to be issued. Darrell H. Tate: Wrong way on one way street. Warrant executed. No Missouri operators license. Warrant executed. Raymond S. Wester: Driving while intoxicat- ed. Send letter to attorney. No financial respon- sibility. Send letter to attorney. Nathanyal D. Wheeler: Minor in possession. Continued attorney by phone. Possession mari- juana. Continued attorney by phone. Possession controlled substance paraphernalia. Continued attorney by phone Tracy E. Wilson: Careless & imprudent driv- ing. Send letter to attorney. Anita L. Winkleman: Possession controlled substance paraphernalia. Continued. Balance due docket. Joseph D. Wiseman: Careless & imprudent driving. Send letter to attorney. Missouri State Highway Patrol Report w Troop I of the Missouri State Highway Patrol recorded one accident from April 14 to April 20 in Crawford County. An accident occurred on April 14 at 11:30 a.m. in Crawford County on Rt AA 2.1 miles west of Steelville. A 2000 eastbound Ford driv- en by Heather Turnbough, 18, of Steelville, swerved to avoid an animal in the roadway. Turnbough's vehicle ran off the left side, struck an embankment, a tree and a fence and came to rqton its side. Turnbough was transported to Phelp's County Regional Medical Center in Rolla by Steelville Ambulance. Turnbough was wearing her seatbelt. Damage to the vehicle was moderate. The doctors at Bond Clinic are conducting a research study involving an experimental medica- tion for its potential treat- ment of Lung Cancer. If you meet the require- ments below, you may qualify to participate. Diagnosed with lung cancer. A single prior systemic therapy for lung can- cer, which must have been platinum-based. Age > 18 years. Ability to comply with the visit schedule and assessments required by the study plan. For patients of repro- ductive potential, com- mitment to use ade- quate contraception. Have not received a prior treatment of docetaxel. You are not pregnant or a breasffeeding mother. If you would like to receive more information on this clinical study, please contact Joseph C. Bond Jr., DO 573-364-8823 ext. 282