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The Cuba Free Press May 29, 2003 -- 7A from page 6A Ann Webb Ann Webb nee Brakefield was born May 8, 1928, at Berryman, Missouri, a of the late Monrow Brakefield and (Dicus) Brakefield. She entered eternal Saturday, May 17, 2003, in the Gibbs of Steelville, Missouri at the age of and nine days. Ann was united in marriage to Dale one son and six daughters born to this union. Ann and Dale enjoyed many years of together until Dale's passing on 11, 1995. to Sarah Ann's husband and par- ix brothers, Kenneth Lee Brakefield, Brakefield, Lindell Brakefield, Craig Earl Brakefield and Bill Brakefield her in death. those who remain to mourn her pass- one son and six daughters, Carol Sue of Salem, Missouri, Marita Mae of Bland, Missouri, Bobby Jo Smashey Missouri, Jimmy Dale Webb and Kimberly Sue Webb, Greta Ray and Randy, all of Steelville, lIissouri, and Smith of Kansas City, Missouri. i brother, Dick Brakefield and wife Pat of Missouri; one sister-in-law, Leona of Cuba, Missouri; 13 grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. Webb lay in state 2-9 p.m. May 19, 2003 at the Britton Brothers Home in Steelville, Missouri. services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, 2003 in the Britton Chapel with A.F. Roberdes officiating. Jim Webb his mother with the eulogy. Pianist vocalist Brenda Brooks and Medlock provided musical selections. prayers and interment were in the Cemetery, rural Steelville, as pallbearers were Jim and Christy Randy and Greta Ray, Carol Maledy, Sharon Webb and Vanessa Gandy. pallbearers were Kim Webb and Dick were under the direction of the Brothers Funeral Home, Steelville, Albert W. Wilmarth Albert W. Wilmarth of St. Louis, Missouri was born on February 12, 1913 to the union of George Perry Wilmarth and Flora (Holihan) Wilmarth at Aberdeen, South Dakota and passed away on May 18, 2003 at the Delmar Gardens West Nursing Home, St. Louis, Missouri at the age of 90 years 3 months and 6 days. On June 10, 1941, Albert was united in mar- riage to June M. Norby at Manda, South Dakota. Four sons, Paul, Tim, Peter, and George, and one daughter, Susan were born to this union. They were happily married until June preceded Albert in death on June 20, 1996. Albert was also preceded in death by his par- ents; and two sisters, Alice Valder and Mary Offerdahl. Albert graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in Chemical Engineering. He later received his MBA from the St. Louis University. He was ordained a deacon in the Catholic Church in 1991. He served at Holy Cross Parish in Cuba, Missouri until 1996. He was also a member of Holy Cross Church of Cuba and the Knights of Columbus and served on the Cemetery Association. A veteran of World War II, he served with the U.S. Navy, retiring as a com- mander. Those who survive to mourn his passing from this life are his daughter and son-in-law, Susan Bowles and husband Mike of St. Louis, Missouri; four sons and daughters-in-law, George and Melba Wilmarth of Cape Girardeau, Tim and Kathy Wilmarth of Doha, Qatar, Peter and Marie Wilmarth of Madison, Wisconsin and Paul and Jill Wilmarth of St. Louis, Missouri. 13 grandchildren, six great grandchildren, other relatives and many friends. Albert was a devoted husband, loving father, grandfather, great grandfather, brother, uncle, good friend to all who knew him and will be sadly missed. Funeral mass was held on Friday, May 23, 2003 at the Holy Cross Church, Cuba, Missouri, at 10 a.m. with Father James Finder officiating. Interment was in the Holy Cross Cemetery, Cuba, Missouri. Memorials may be given to the June Wilmarth Memorial Children's Clothing Fund. All arrangements were under the direction of the Britton Funeral Home of Cuba, Missouri. session now a certaint0000 )ast week Governor Holden announced will veto four of the budget bills. This we will have a special session of the probably in the next couple The four bills the Governor plans to the Departments of Elementary and Education, Higher Education, and Mental Health, and Social Services. Cuts go deep into many key programs both the young and old. cut 150th Dist. Rep. Frank Barnitz sub- have deep reserves and large to soften the blow, it is the small, that will be hit hardest if changes made. I know of several schools in the that will be cutting several key and expanding the lengths of some routes to make up part of the differ- Education was cut over $83 million. won't have a direct impact on every- who have children going to a public in the state will be paying, in I essence, a new tax due to the higher tuitions these schools will charge to make up the deficit. Several schools have already announced dou- ble-digit increases that are being tacked on to the significant jump we have already witnessed over the past five years. Mental Health did get a boost in federal monies this time around, but the state's contri- bution was some $15 million less than a year ago. The Department of Health lost over $58 million from a last year. Several programs will likely be scaled back or done away with entire- ly because of this. The Department of Social Services is actual- ly a little better off overall than it was last year, but the final figure passed out of the General Assembly was $170 million short of what the Governor had asked for in his original proposal. With a weekly tab over around $100,000, I had hoped that a special session could be avoid- ed. However, now that it is a reality, I hope we can get back to work quickly and reach a com- promise that all parties can live with. As always, I would like to hear from you and get your opinions and ideas on the key issues of our state. Please give me a call. My Jefferson City office number is (573) 751-2108, my dis- trict number is (573) 729-2572, or you can also e-mail me at fbarnitz@ services.state.mo.us. 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Send letter to defendant. John 4. Dunlap: Driving while suspended. Send letter to defendant. Brett W. Evans Jr.: Careless and imprudent driving. Continued attorney in court. Ronald Faulkner: Destruction of private property. Warrant executed. Matthew L. Gibbs: Possession marijuana. Continued defendant in court. Possession controlled sub- stance paraphernalia. Continued defendant in court. Minor in possession. Continued defendant in court. Kimberly L. Greaver: No Missouri operators license. Continued defendant in court. Robert L. Hebert: No proof insurance. Continued defen- dant in court. Tony L. Helms: Stealing under $750. Send letter to defendant. Jason W. Highley: Driving while intoxicated. Probation revoked. Balance due. Possession open intoxicants. Plea of guilty. Continued for payment. Stealing under $750. Continued balance due docket. Matthew Z. Jackson: Property damage. Paid total due. Assault. Paid total due. Scott Jones: Dog ordinance violation. Continued defendant in court. Bradley D. Lederle: Possession controlled sub- stance paraphernalia. Plea of guilty. Continued for payment. Twelve months probation. Vernon A. Leisler: Failure to yield right of way. Plea of guilty. Continued for payment. Driving while intoxicated. Plea of guilty. Continued for pay- ment. Dale W. Lunsford Jr.: Stealing under $750. Send let- ter to defendant. Brian Moore: Assault. Plea of not guilty. Trial set. Robert Morse: Driving while intoxicated. Continued for attorney. Richard L. Pacini III: Stealing under $750. Plea of guilty. Continued for payment. Driving while suspended. Continued defendant in court. Inga M. Pewitt: Stop sign violation. Plea guilty. Paid fines and cost. Eric Pitts: Possession con- trolled substance parapherna- lia. Plea of guilty. Continued for payment. Matthew Queen: Careless and imprudent driving. Plea of guilty. Continued for payment. No proof insurance. Plea of guilty. Continued for payment. Larry J. Skaggs: Driving while intoxicated. Send letter to attorney. Continuance. Rebecca K. Stricklin: Speeding 27/15. Plea guilty. Paid fines and cost. Jacob Travis: Peace distur- bance. Send letter to defen- dant. Nathanyal D. Wheeler: Minor in possession. Send let- ter to attorney and defendant. Possession marijuana. Send letter to attorney and defen- dant. Possession controlled substance paraphernalia. Send letter to attorney and defen- dant. Tracy E. Wilson: Careless and imprudent driving. Plea of guilty. Paid fines and cost amended to defective equip- ment. Bradley Windle: Trespassing. Plea of guilty. Continued for payment. Twelve months probation. Joseph D. Wiseman: Careless and imprudent driv- ing. Send letter to attorney. Continuance. Sell it fast in the Cuba Free Press classifieds! FULL HEARING AID CENTER FREE TESTING BRANDNAME HEARING AIDS & ACCESSORIES OF ALL KINDS Certified Hearing Aid Specialist-J.W. Kamper 33 years experience. On-site Repair or Free Loaner ROLLA "() CUBA SULLIVAN 700 S. Bishop 501 W. 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