The Kansas City Times from Kansas City, Missouri (2024)

I Funeral Notices LIPARI MAGGIE, 96 of Northeast K.C. Passed away June 17. Survived by son and daughter-in-law Louls Angel Lipari; daughter and son-in-law Rosalie and Sam Cicero; sister Rose Cascio: also ten grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; and Jennie Wed. Services 10:00 A.M. St.

John's Church. Burial St. Mary's Cem. Friends may call 6:00 P.M. Mon.

and 2:00 P.M. Tues, at the chapel where rosary will be said 7:00 P.M. Please omit flowers. SEBBETO'S 901 E. 5th 221-4400 REAGAN W.

83, of KCK. Graveside services 10 a.m. Wed. Maple HIlL. Cem.

Friends may call 7-9 p.m. Tues. at the Chapel. Family suggests contributions to the American Heart Assoc. or American Cancer Society MAPLE HILL CHAPEL Shawnee Dr.

at 34th 831-3345 TESTORFF MR. RICHARD L. Sun City, AZ passed away June 16. Services 2 p.m. Tues.

our Chapel. Burial Memorial Park Cemetery. NEWCOMER'S WHITE CHAPEL 6600 N. Antioch Rd 561-0024 VONDEMFANGE ALTA VIOLA, 69 of Ravtown, Mo. Passed away June 17.

Services 11:00 A.M. Wed. at our chapel. Cremation, Visitation P.M. Tues.

Contrib. to donors choice. NEWCOMER'S FLORAL HILLS CHAPEL Blue Ridge-Gregory 561-0024 WHIPPLE T. 103. passed away June Services 1:30 p.m.

Tues. at our Chapel. Burial Memorial Park Cemetery. Family will receive friends 7-8 p.m. Mon.

at the Chapel EARP SONS 5000 BLUE RIDGE CUTOFF 231-0970 WININGAR WILLIAM age 80, passed away June 17. Funeral services 1 p.m. Tues, Carsons Blue Ridge Chapel. Burial Sunny Slope Cemeterv. Richmond, MO.

CARSON FUNERAL HOME 9100 Blue Ridge Bivd. 761-7900 WOODARD WILLIAM R. 64 of Passed away June 17. Services 11:00 A.M. Tues.

at our chapel. Burial Floral Hills Cem. NEWCOMER'S FLORAL HILLS CHAPEL Blue Ridge-Gregory 561-0024 Cemetery Lots Monuments 119 Companion cemetery tot lawn crypt, vault included, bronze memorial foundation, location Oak Lawn Memorial Gardens In Olathe. Call anytime 913-882-9616 MT. MORIAH.

2 spaces for sale, Block high ground. Priced reasonable. 383-2550 Or: Frank Wilson. 1832 Lark, Springfield MO, 65804 3 lots In Green Lawn Cemetery, side by side, section 3, lot space 1. 3.

$1000 or $350 each. Call 471-8154 or 931-2617 Floral Hills, 2 burial plots. side by side. Garden Of Ascension. Both plots $700.

761-0364 FAMILIES who have moved away selling in all cemeterles. Lots ea. For info call Joe Freels, 761-0364 SHAWNEE Mission Memorial Gardens. 2 lots, 2 vaults, 1 companion bronze, granite memorial, 16x24. 642-2745 BLOCK Lot 274, Space In Forest Hill Cemetery.

Vault. bronze marker Incl. $800 cash. 333-4718. FLORAL HILLS--Garden of Inspiration, spaces $595 ea.

save $200, 781-6663 FOREST HILL, 3 lots in row, across from mausoleum. reasonable. 314-374-5731 FLORAL HILLS section 17, 2 burial spaces $700. 761-0364, 252-2114 MEMORIAL Gardens Jo Co. 6 lots, will sell all or pairs, 236-6569 or 831-4756 MT.

MORIAH- grave, block 10, reas. 888-5169. FLORAL HILLS- 2. space avail. $350 each, call 469-5883 Lost 128 ARMY DUFFLE BAG-Lost June 10, 56 Hwy In Olathe, please return, 764-8708.

BRIEFCASE- lost South Leawood Ks. Reward. 333- 4484, 491-0977 CAT, Tvr female black, white gold, not declawed, pink flee collar, near 149th Brougham Olathe area. 764-7194 CAT-Adult, black with red tag. Vic 93rd Lackman.

Reward. 894-5104, 966-5651. CAT-Adult female seal pt. Siamese collar. Vic.

108th Antioch. 661-9209 CAT-Silver white Persian, female, green eves, lost in 66th Brookside area about June 10th. Reward. 361-4884 CAT-Small black female, Lees Summit sw area around 2nd St. 1-747-6675 or 561-1657.

Reward. DOG--Akita, fawn face feet. Vic Gregory Prospect. Reward. No questions.

523-2275 or 831-0009 DOG-Bik tan female German Shepherd, red collar, named Dacquari, dragging broken chain, will not bite. Please call with info to 252-6216 DOG-1-70 VanBrunt, Rottweiler, reward, 921-2556 DOG--male black Lab Mix, 1 floppy ear, blue collar. Pleasant Hill area. Reward. 816-987-2323 DOG- Male Boxer, Vic.

36th Holmes area noon Sunday. Reward. 756-1293 DOG- Male, neutered, lost collar, Siberian HuskyGerman Shepherd mix, Poncho, medium brown, vicinity Burmingham bottoms. Shy, will not to strangers. Reward.

452-4469 DOG--Reward, small black white Boston Terrier. Kids pet. Please call 229-2262 DOG--Sheltle, vicinity 110th Greenwood, body shaved. Call 763-0752 aft 6pm. Avoid Thursday and Friday delays.

Place your Classified ads early in the week. Call 234-4000 to place your ad. Personals 140 Lost 128 DOG -Toy Manchester Terriert: shorthair. white markings on no collar. name's Liza.

Wornall, reward 942-4218 DOGS (2) poodles standard black. Females 5vrs pup 5mos. UMKC area. 931-1030 TOTE" BAG belse with 95th schoolbooks notes, vicinity Metcalf. No REWARD.

Call 432-5419 REWARD For stolen briefcase or valuable contents in Westwood area 722-5108 Found As public newspaper will run Pound ads free of charge up to 3 days. CAT-Black female veith te tuff. declawed spaved, vicinity of 1-435 Wornall. Call 941-3873 or 931-8350 CAT-Black. white grev.

Male. 2900 bik of Somerset. 341-5320 CAT-Found black in the Union HIll area, call 531-1524 DOG- Black Lab. young. male, 127th Murlen.

Olathe Animal Shelter 764-1415 or Animal Control I 782-4500. DOG FEMALE BLACK LAB. red collar, no tags. vicinity 131st Holmes, verv friendly, 942-0971. DOG- Found In Climax Springs area, Lake of 0- Older red co*cker.

Spaniel. 836-5575 6-7 mo. 591h Nieman, June Free to good home. DOG -small male, near and N. Fleet, on 737-2422 DOG- Vicinity of Line Creek Park, 6-17, female puppy.

587-5605 KEYS -misc set. car keys on blue strap. Found at 60th Brookside, 361-0948 WRIST WATCH- Girls South entrance to Oak Park Shopping Center Mall. Call 492-6539 Lodge Notices 134 STEPHENS MR. PAUL 65, of Overland Park, passed away June 18.

Graveside services 11 a.m. Wed JaCo Memorial Gardens. Friends may call p.m. NEWCOMER'S OVERLAND PARK Metcalf at 82nd TEMPLE L.DG 202 7 U85 7:30 Regular Stated Communication. Harold Clark.

WM WESTPORT Broadway, Stated Gus Egner, E.C. Riders, Car Pools Auto Transport 137 DRIVE: Dall-Amar-CA. 381-2125 Personal Services 139 MAGIC TOUCH MASSAGE Heart Of Downtown CMO "Be Pampered By The Best" 14th MAIN 421-7065 EXECUTIVE SUITE MASSAGE! We honor all KC massage coupons. Jacuzzi-Steam! RELAX WITH CLASS! 25 voung, attractive operators. 1211 Minn.

Ave. KCKS. 371-8348 HONOR ALL. $10 KC MASSAGE COUPONS LIVE MODELS A new concept In selling underwear and Please call The Underworld Lingerie Boutique, 252-1244 HONEY BLONDE Escorts 12-5 SPECIAL 765-4140 DREAMLAND LIVE MODELS GRAND OPENING 737-3299 EXECUTIVE ESCORTS 469-6879 SIMPLY REDS Escorts Summer Discount 362-3135 LITE TOUCH ESCORTS Petite Ladles. 362-1107 COOKIES ESCORTS 362-1025 Spring Special FIRST CLASS ESCORTS 924-4093 Therapeutic Massage, relaxed, steam available, taken.

Kathle's, MONEY AHEAD Personal Loans 737-1454 DAYTIME DREAM DATES Tan, Classy 649-7979 Discrete High Class Entertainment 24 Hrs Dancers NEW MGMT. PAYDAY LOANS A-1 Premium, call 444-0032 LOANS-DOWNTOWN K.C. Call 41 LOAN 1 ZANADU 381-1411 "For that personal escort" LOANS TO $50 Same day. A 8. 356-3000 ECSTASY ESCORTS Introductory Special CHECKS.

Exquisite Collections: Escort Services 921-4350 HUSH ESCORTS 831-4178 SATIN TOUCH ESCORTS 761-4440 Carol's facials MASSAGE ALWAYS UNIQUE models dancers. 444-4485 SWEETHEARTS ESCORTS 358-8335 PAYDAY LOANS Davis Financial 333-7033 4 CREDIT REPAIR 333-7033 HYDE PARK ESCORTS A Celebrity 1ook-alikes 262-6848 Personals 140 CARS, PICKUPS, VANS NO CASH NEEDEDII. I have special bank financing for a limited time on my new used cars, pickups caravans. Cash rebates up to $2000 and financing as low as 2.9% a.p.r. Call Today Financial Specialist Mr.

Allen 763-6836 Personal Services 139 COVER GIRL ESCORTS KC'S Best A DATING 241-8253 Personals 140 BANKRUPTCY DIVORCE J.T. Grodsky Law Office 756-3001 Simple Costs DIVORCE Cost KAREN CAINJATT 470-4160 NEED a car? Had credit problems? Bankruptcies? We can help. Call Mr. North 454-7788 Happy Birthday Patricia, love you, Danny. BANKRUPTCY DIVORCE DWI, TRAFFIC (quoted) Cain Assoc.

Cost 524-8182 (All Cases, Fee Quoted) W. SUSP. (1st) $150 (quoted) J.B. Christensen, Atty 353-1015 ADOPTION Loving, well-educated, tinansecure, religious, happily married couple desperately desires to adopt white newborn to share their. lives with.

All the advantages that life has to offer await your baby. MOST OF ALL LOVE, WARMTH THE PROMISE OF COMPLETE DEVOTION TO THE HAPPINESS OF YOUR BABY IS ASSURED. Strictly legal, attorney Involved. All medical, legal birth-related penses paid including housIng. maternity clothes, food counseling if desired.

PLEASE THINK ADOPTION Confidential, call collect (305) 341-5901 NEED HELP? If you need help selling your car or truck call 353-8525 BANKRUPTCY 765-9050 Simple Uncontested Cost Austin LAW CHILD SUPPORT UNPAID? Collect Past Due Child Support Ronald W. McFerrin. Atty (816) 941-2220 HAVING TROUBLE Getting Into that late model used car. We can help put your bad credit behind you with just 1 phone call. Ask for Mr.

Heat, The finance man that can! 454-8999 Metro Singles Lifestyles, P.O. Box 28203, KCMO 64118. 436-8424 24hrs. DWI (1st) $145 DIVORCE BANKRUPTCY (single) cost-2 offices 531-5842 CASH For All Vehicles under $1400. Bring title ride home.

7300 Troost. 523-6660 Professional Services 141 KANSAS BANKRUPTCIES $160, single cost 24 hrs Tickets 142 TOM WATSON Golf exhibition. WANT 24 or 6 tickets for Tues. Call Don' Dugan 842-1122 TOM WATSON Tickets needed. Call 454-7422, 452-5820 WANTED, 5 tickets for Tom Watson Golf Benefit for Tues.

Call Bob, 525-6050 Memberships 145 ELMS HOTEL-Gold Kev Club Membership. 1 br condo, 7 days per vear. Assume monthly payment. $124.45. Must sell! (816) 664-6237 Plus 26 cu ft freezer, $500.

Leaving country, must sell this week! 492-9382 LAKE Paradise member. ship. $700. Part down, part payments. Mon, Tues or Health Related Items 160 ARTHRITIS Rheumatoid tired of being told you can't be helped? For $12.95 you could be helped.

228-3024 ELECTRIC recliner. very gd. cond. $200. 322-1862 HOSPITAL Bed -Electric.

complete with mattress. same as new. 524-3384 Educational 301 Health Related Items 160 More deaths, Pages B-4 and C-6 Deaths Angelbeck, Marie S. Bachrach, Judith W. Bahr, Raymond A.

Sr. Baker, Henry W. Benson, Lt. Col. Virgil Brenner, Lloyd F.

Sr. Clark, Thelma N. Coffman, Faye Cook, Harry E. Driscoll, Walter F. Duncan, Jordan K.

Edie, Gary W. Gentile, Charles Grantz, Pearl Grosdidier, Alice E. Hankins, Elvis E. Herson, Bernice Hobbie, Della M. Hufford, Louis A.

Hutchison, Dora M. Johnson, Worthie B. Jones, Clyde E. Kenney, Alberta B. Khakh, Avtar S.

Kubu, Margaret Lawless, Helen Lee, Richard E. Moore, Eugene J. Nottingham, E. Roberta Olmstead, Emma L. Phipps, Margaret E.

Pilcher, Glen W. Poe, Mark C. Pope, Marjorie H. Puckett, Lela P. Pulliam, Burris J.

Reynolds, Elsa Rotman, Sophie Russell, Mary O. Schaefer, Emmett A. Smith, Shirley Staley, Mildred M. Stephens, Paul N. Thompson, Terry L.

Van Kirk, Fern A. Walker, Jimmie L. Ward, Anna E. Whipple, Eda T. White, Willie L.

Woolard, Helene T. Young, Lela M. CHARLES GENTILE Charles Gentile, 82, Grandview, died June 18, 1989, at Baptist Medical Center. He was born in Jersey City, N.J., and lived in Pittsburgh and New York City before moving to this area in 1930. Mr.

Gentile was a teletype operator for The Associated Press, retiring in 1965. Survivors include his wife, Alma Gentile a son, Philip Gentile, Belton; two daughters, Marilyn Davis, Raymore in Cass and Dr. Judy Freeland, Dayton, Ohio; Marguerite Bier, Pittsburgh; nine grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 11 a.m. today at the George Belton Chapel; burial in the Freeman (Mo.) Cemetery.

ELVIS E. HANKINS Elvis E. Hankins, 91, died June 18, 1989, in the Providence Place, 8909 Parallel Parkway, Kansas City, where she lived. She was born in Lawrence, and lived in this area most of her life. Mrs.

Hankins worked for Poindexter Wholesalers, Kansas City, before she retired. She was a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church of Kansas City, and was a former member of its service guild. Her husband. George Hankins, died in the 1970s.

Survivors include two brothers, Raymond J. Stover, St. Joseph, and Floyd J. Stover, Lee's Summit. Services will be at 10 a.m.

Wednesday at the church; burial in Highland Park Cemetery. No flowers are requested; contributions to the church are suggested. BERNICE HERSON Bernice Herson of June 18, 1989, at the Batesville, and 60 years. Mrs. Herson Inter-State National tional Bank of Kansas She was a member of Methodist Church and Survivors include two Services will be at 11 Newcomer's Stine in Calvary Cemetery.

to 8:30 p.m. today at suggests contributions nor or the church. south Kansas City died home. She was born in lived in Kansas City for was a secretary for the Bank and the First NaCity before she retired. the Broadway United its Keystone Class.

nieces and a nephew. a.m. Wednesday at McClure Chapel; burial Friends may call from 7 the chapel. The family to the Kingswood Ma- DELLA M. HOBBIE Della M.

Hobbie, 95, southwest Kansas City, died June 19, 1989, in the Carondolet Manor, 621 Carondolet Drive. She was born in Barry, and lived in Freeport, before moving to Kansas City in 1928. Mrs. Hobbie was a former member of the Paseo Presbyterian Church. She was a former member of the Kansas City Athenaeum and a member of the Buddies Club at Kingswood Manor.

She was a sponsor of the Avila College Scholarship Fund. Her first 'husband, George M. Holton died in 1927. Her second husband, Walter M. Hobbie, died in 1953.

Survivors include a son, George M. Holton, Kansas City; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Mount Moriah Freeman Chapel; burial in Forest Hill Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

today at the chapel. The family suggests contributions to the Avila College Scholarship Fund. LOUIS A. HUFFORD Louis A. Hufford, 79, Kansas City, died June 18, 1989, in the Glennon Place, 128 Former KC man, 44, slain at Illinois home Special to The Times GRANITE CITY, Ill.

A 44- year-old former Kansas City man was stabbed to death Saturday morning at his home in Granite City. The victim, Gary W. Edie, was found with multiple stab wounds in his house at 4:51 a.m., according to MARIE S. Marie S. Angelbeck, 95, died June 18, 1989, the Beautiful Savior Home, Route and Cambridge Street, Belton, where she lived.

She was born in Leavenworth and moved to Belton two years ago. Mrs. Angelbeck was a member of the St. Paul Lutheran Church, Leavenworth, and its Ladies Aid Society. Survivors include two sons, Paul Angelbeck and Andrew Angelbeck of Leavenworth; two daughters, Betty Burbach, Topeka, and Rita Ewert, Gladstone; a brother, Paul Goehner, Yamhill, a sister, Frieda Hashagen, Belton; 10 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.

Services will be at 2 p.m. today at the church; burial Mount Muncie Cemetery, Leavenworth. The family suggests contributions to the church. LLOYD F. BRENNER SR.

Lloyd F. Brenner 76, Kansas City in Clay County, died June 17, 1989, at North Kansas City Hospital. He was a lifelong area resident. Mr. Brenner, who worked for the Ford Claycomo assembly plant for 30 years, tired as a millwright supervisor in: 1971.

He as a member of St. Matthew's United Church of Christ. Survivors include his wife, Helen M. Brenner of the home; a son, Lloyd F. Brenner Houston Lake in Platte County; his mother, Alma Brenner Hauetter, Riverside; three brothers, George B.

Brenner, Mesa, Louis J. Brenner, Naples, and Paul F. Brenner, Wichita; as stepbrother, Dr. Ralph T. Hauetter, Kansas City; five grandchildren; and 14 gr great-grandchildren.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the McGilley! Antioch Chapel; burial in the Brenner Cemetery, Riverside. Friends may call from 7 to 8:30 p.m. today at the chapel. The family suggests contributions to the American Heart Association or to the Easter Seal Society.

THELMA N. CLARK Thelma Nadine Clark, 60, Kansas City, died June 18, 1989, at Shawnee Mission Medical Center. She was born in Pampa, Texas, and lived in this area for 45 years. Mrs. Clark was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary, Survivors include her husband, James L.

four sons, Tommy Clark, Mark P. Clark, Michael C. Clark and Kevin J. Clark, and two daughters, Lori Clark and Kathy Clark, the home. Services will be at 9 a.m.

Wednesday at the Simmons Chapel; burial in the Lee's Summit Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the chapel. HARRY E. COOK Harry E.

Cook, 83, Paola, formerly of this area, died June 18, 1989, at the home. He was born in Independence and lived in Paola and Kansas City before returning to Paola 1973. Mr. Cook was a plumber and welder, retiring in 1974, and also was a farmer. He was member of Local 8 of the Plumbers union.

Survivors include his wife, Betty L. Cook of the home: a son, Lee Cook, Paola; a sister, Ida Belle Colorado Springs, and two grandchildren. Memorial services will be at 7 at the Assembly God Church, Paola. The family suggests contributions to the Alzheimer's Disease Related Disorders 'Association, to the Miami County Hospital Hospice or to the church. FAYE COFFMAN Faye Coffman, 70, Independence, died June 19, 1989, at St.

Luke's Hospital. She was born Fortine, and lived in this area for 65 years. Mrs. Coffman was a member of the East Independence congregation of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints for more than 60 years. Survivors include her husband, Virgil A.

Coffman Sr. of the home; two sons, Dr. Art Coffman, Parkville, and Jerry Coffman, Lathrop, three daughters, Sondra Canterbury and Alice Rogers of Kansas City and Grace Dahl, Manvel, N.D.; two brothers, David Wagener and Robert Keith Wagener of Independence; three sisters, Mildred Carlile and Marjorie DeLong of Independence and June Carlile, Harrisonville; 15 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday the Speaks Suburban Chapel; burial in Oak Ridge Memory Gardens Cemetery.

Friends may call from 7 to 8:30 p.m. today at the chapel. WALTER F. DRISCOLL Walter F. Driscoll, 70, St.

Petersburg, formerly of this area, died June 9, 1989, at the home. He was born in Naugatuck, and lived in Kansas City from 1961 until he moved to St. Petersburg in 1980. Mr. Driscoll was an engineer for the Bendix Kansas City ivision for 20 years, retiring in 1980.

He was graduate of Bates College, Lewiston, Maine. He was a member of Holy Family Catholic Church, St. Petersburg, and was an Army veteran of World War II. He formerly served on the board of directors of the Jamestown Condominiums, St. Petersburg.

Survivors include his wife, Phyllis Driscoll of the home; a son, Timothy Driscoll, Overland Park; a daughter, Mary Julia O'Connell, Lilburn, and six grandchildren. Memorial services were in St. Petersburg; burial in the Bay Pines National Cemetery, St. Petersburg. The family suggests contributions to Hospice Care of Mid-America Inc.

or the American Cancer Society. GARY W. EDIE Services for Gary W. Edie, 44, Granite City, formerly of Kahsas City, who died June 17, 1989, at the home, will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Parker Chapel, Joplin, 1 in Ozark Memorial Cemetery, Joplin.

Friends may call from 7 to 8 p.m. today at the chapel. Mr. Edie was born in Mano in Barry County, and lived in Kansas City from 1949 until he moved to Texas in 1973. He moved to the St.

Louis area in 1985. Mr. Edie was a home remodeling contractor. Earlier he worked for Armco Inc. for five years.

He was a 1962 graduate of William Chrisman Senior High School. He was a member of the Forest Hill Baptist Church, Longview, Texas. Survivors include a son, W. Scott Edie, and a daughter, Mary Christine Edie, both of Blue Springs; his parents, Kenneth and Marie Edie of Joplin; two brothers, Larry Edie, Joplin, and Dennis Edie, Granby, and his maternal grandmother, Grace Channel, Granby. N.

Hardesty Ave. He was born in Humboldt, and lived in this area most of his life. Mr. Hufford, who was a truck driver for United Van Lines, retired in 1972. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and a life member of the Disabled American Veterans.

Survivors include his wife, Fern Hufford of the home; a son, Leon Daugherty, Kansas City, five daughters, Susie Lemmon, Merriam, Darlene Wyatt, Kimberling City, Bonnie Ferguson, Tonganoxie, Patricia Deller, Denver, and Doris Griffin, Branson, a brother, Raymond Hufford, Kansas City, 30 grandchildren; and 17 great -grandchildren, Graveside services will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Leavenworth National Cemetery, DORA M. HUTCHISON Dora May Hutchison, 76, northeast Kansas City, died June 18, 1989, in the Swope Ridge Health Care Center, 5900 Swope Parkway. son was a machine operator for Wilson's She was a lifelong area resident. Mrs.

HutchiSporting Goods before she retired. She was a Baptist. Her husband, Benjamin Hutchison, died in 1955. Survivors include a sister, Margaret A. Scoville of the home.

Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Floral Hills Cemetery. WORTHIE B. JOHNSON Worthie B. Johnson, 66, Warrensburg, died June 18, 1989, at St.

Luke's Hospital. She was born in Hardy, and lived in Los Angeles; Springfield, and Nevada, Mo. She moved to Warrensburg in 1960. Mrs. Johnson had been a radiation therapist at Western Missouri Medical Center, Warrensburg, for 28 years.

Earlier she was an X-ray and laboratory technician in Los Angeles, Springfield and Nevada. She was a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Clinton, Mo. Survivors include her husband, Allen Johnson of the home; a son, Donald Johnson, San Diego; a daughter, Patricia Sherman, Fort Wayne, and two granddaughters. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Holdren Chapel, Warrensburg; burial in Warrensburg Memorial Gardens Cemetery.

Friends may call from 7 to 8 p.m. today at the chapel. The family suggests contributions to the radiology department at Western Missouri Medical Center, Warrensburg. AVTAR S. KHAKH Avtar S.

Khakh, 51, Blue Springs, died June 19, 1989, at Truman Medical Center. He was born in Khakha, India, and moved to this area in October 1988. Mr. Khakh was a farmer in India. Survivors include his wife, Nirmal Khakh, and two sons, Ranjit Khakh and Jasbir Khakh, all of the home; and two brothers, Amar Khakh and Surinder Khakh, and six sisters, Paul Kaur, Sumpuran Kaur, Amar Kaur, Rattan Kaur, Karamjit Kaur and Amarjit Kaur, all of India.

Services will be at 10 a.m. today at the Amos Family Chapel, Shawnee: cremation. MARGARET KUBU Margaret Kubu, 65, of the Manor Care Nursing Center of Overland Park, 5211 W. 103rd Overland Park, died June 7, 1989, at St. Joseph Health Center.

She was born in Rahway, N.J., and moved to this area in February 1989. Mrs. Kubu was a Catholic. Survivors include her husband, Milton Kubu, Rahway; a son, Richard Monteleone, Burnsville, a daughter, Jane M. Schumacher, Leawood; three sisters, Mary Pendleton, Freehold, N.J., Pauline Folks, Brielle, N.J., and Elizabeth Brink, Edina, and two granddaughters.

Services were June 12; burial in St. Mary's Cemetery, Clark, N.J. MARGARET E. PHIPPS Margaret E. Phipps, 70, Harrisonville, died June 19, 1989, at Baptist Medical Center.

She was born in St. Joseph, and lived in this area most of her life. Mrs. Phipps was a Catholic. She was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary in New Port Richey, Fla.

Survivors include her husband, Harold Phipps of the home; a son, Michael Phipps, Belton; two sisters, Louise Richey, Lee's Summit, and Marie Beckwith, Pasadena, and three grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at the George Belton Chapel; burial in the Belton Cemetery. Friends may call from 07 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the chapel.

GLEN W. PILCHER Glen William Pilcher, 74, Bentonville, formerly of Missouri, died June 19, 1989, at the home. He was born in Harrison County, and lived near Bethany, before moving to Bentonville in 1967. Mr. Pilcher, who was a carpenter for 22 years, retired in 1987.

He was a member of the First Christian Church, Bentonville. Survivors include his wife, Hattie Mae Pilcher of the home; a son, James William Pilcher, Hope, a brother, Dr. Harold Wayne Pilcher, Kansas City; three sisters, Zo Ellen Armour, Kansas City, Bertha Parker, Bethany, and Doris Gregory, Gallatin, and five grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at -the First Baptist Church of Kearney; burial in Fairview Cemetery, Kearney.

Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at. the Fry Chapel, Kearney. The family suggests contributions to the Washington Regional Hospice, Fayetteville, Ark. Special privileges can be yours with a Halls-Swansons charge.

Call 274-8222 halls for information. more swansons ADVERTISING CORRECTION CORRECTION The mink reversible to leather jacket in our ad on Sunday, June 18. was incorrectly priced at $995. The correct price should be $1195. We apologize for any customer inconvenience.

ALASKAN FUR the Granite City Police Department. Scott Cookson, an 18-yearold Granite City resident, was arrested at the scene and charged with armed violence. He was being held Monday after failing to post $100,000 bond. Further details were unavailable. The incident is being investigated.

Classified To place an ad call 234-4000 DeFE0 HARRY J. SR. 87, passed away June 18. Survived by wife Antoinette of the home: daughter Mary E. Call of the home; sons Harry DeFeo Jr.

Jack Defeo, KC: sisters Fannie ROSS Rose DeMarea: grandchildren Harry Linda Mick Anna Marie DeFeo, Antoinette DeFeo, Margo Jo DeFeo, Joe Pattie Call Jack Joseph DeFeo, Shannon DeFeo, Shawn DeFeo great- Mon. grandchildren. Rosary p.m. Services Wed. 10 a.m.

Assumption Church. Burial Mt. $1. Mary's. in state Mon.

6 p.m. p.m. BROS. PASSANTINO 471-2844 .2117 indep. Blvd.

HOLL VERDA M. age: 64. of Shawnee. Services 1 p.m. Tues.

Amos Family Shawnee. Burial Shawnee Mission Memory Gardens. Visitation p.m. Mon. Amos Family Chapel.

Contributions fo Hospice of the Visiting Nurses Assoc. or American Cancer Society. AMOS FAMILY 10901 Johnson Dr. 631-5566 The Kansas City Times B-5 Tuesday, June 20, 1989 HOSPITAL BEDS-2. Hand operated, no side rails, $75 each.

631-7912 or 631-4030 NEAR New elec seat chair walker. Elevated toilet seat chair. 224-2853 condition. STAIRGLIDE LIFT -perfect Private, wkdys 9-5. Cash or certified check.

$1050. 816-637-3360. SUNMARK Wheelchair, foot rest leg $275. cash. obo, call after 4pm 252-2602 TENS unit, Meda drug free pain WHEEL operated 3 wheeler.

967-1556 NEW 3wheel power chair 2batt: manual whi chairs 334-9763 or 507-5822 New Scooters and Wheelchairs, all kinds, discounted 454-5590 evenings Babysitting 167 5424 Jackson Day Care provided, State License, have dependable personnel, call 333-0619 KCK. mother of 2 will do babysitting in my home, days Mon-Sat. 342-2538 ROELAND child care provider, licensed, ular full time, TLC. 236-4105 after 5pm 300's Educational Educational 301 CAREER TRAINING Heating Refrigeration Auto Body Auto Mechanics Welding Data Proc. EDUCATIONAL SULLIVAN CENTERS 471-1811 LEARN TO TRACTOR TRAILER General Education TrainIng Is now.

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What is the dividing line between Kansas City Missouri and Kansas City Kansas? ›

State Line Road
State Line Road runs 12.5 miles (20.1 km) from Chester Avenue in the north, crossing U.S. Highway 56 and continuing south to the intersection of 135th Street in Kansas.
NamesakeBoundary between the states of Kansas and Missouri
Length12.5 mi (20.1 km)
Coordinates39°2′34.2″N 94°36′26.7″W
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What was Kansas City almost named? ›

Many of you might have heard that Kansas City once had the potential to be named Rabbitville in 1839 when our city was just a wee little town. But, unfortunately this was voted against along with the next runner up, Possum Trot.

Why is there a Kansas City in both Kansas and Missouri? ›

At around the same time settlement was beginning along the river bottoms in Wyandotte County just across the border in the state of Kansas. So from the 1850s on there were two Kansas Cities, divided by the Missouri-Kansas state line, and both grew from a consolidation of villages rather than from a single unit.

Are the Kansas City Chiefs in Kansas or Missouri? ›

The Kansas City Chiefs practice during day 2 of Minicamp in Kansas City, MO.

What's the difference between Kansas City, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri? ›

While KCK is included in the bi-state Kansas City Metropolitan Area, KCMO is a much larger city. The KCMO side has much more city culture happening than KCK does, which not only makes the people in KCMO look down their noses on KCK, but it also means that KCK often gets overlooked.

What divides Kansas City, Kansas from Kansas City, Missouri? ›

North Kansas City is bounded by a bend in the Missouri River that defines a border between Wyandotte County, Kansas, and Clay County, Missouri, running approximately north–south and a border between North Kansas City, Missouri, and Kansas City, Missouri, running approximately east–west.

What was the Chiefs name before Kansas City? ›

† Does not include AFL Championships won the same season as Super Bowls. The team was founded in 1959 as the Dallas Texans by businessman Lamar Hunt, and was a charter member of the American Football League (AFL). In spring 1963, the team relocated to Kansas City, and assumed its current name.

What was first Kansas City Kansas or Missouri? ›

KCMO was incorporated in 1853, even before Kansas became a state, in 1861. In October 1872 small towns around present-day KCK joined up to form Kansas City, Kansas. They used the same name as the neighboring KCMO in an attempt to attract visitors who thought they were traveling to the more booming KCMO, Beat said.

What is a nickname for Kansas City? ›

We have had other longstanding unofficial nicknames such as City of Fountains, BBQ Capital of the World and Paris of the Plains, but the slogan “Heart of America” remained Kansas City's official identity for at least two decades.

Is there a Kansas City in two states? ›

Today Kansas City, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri, remain two separately incorporated cities but together, along with a number of other cities and suburbs, as part of the Kansas City Metropolitan area.

What cities are in two states? ›

St Louis (MO, IL), Augusta (GA, SC), Kansas City(KS, MO), New York /West New York(NY, NJ), Memphis(,TN, Ark), Bristol ( TN, VA), Union City (OH. IN), Texhoma (TX, OK), Texarkana (TX,Arkansas, LA), Wendover (UT, NV).

Why is there a rivalry between Kansas and Missouri? ›

The rivalry between Kansas and Missouri can be traced as far back as the lead-up to the Civil War, before Kansas was even a state. People from Missouri came from the east, hoping in vain to create another slave state like their own. Both sides looted, burned and killed across the border.

Are the royals in Missouri or Kansas? ›

The Royals began play in 1969 in Kansas City, Missouri. In their inaugural game, on April 8, 1969, the Royals defeated the Minnesota Twins 4–3 in 12 innings.

Why did the Dallas Texans move to Kansas City? ›

Ownership and NFL merger

By the end of the 1962 season, Hunt concluded that Dallas was not big enough to support two teams, and began to consider moving the team. Kansas City became one of the contenders, as Hunt wanted a city to which he could easily commute from Dallas.

How many Super Bowl rings do the Chiefs have? ›

The Kansas City Chiefs have been victorious in four of the Super Bowls they have appeared in.

How far apart are the two Kansas cities? ›

There isn't a measurable distance between the two cities. The Kansas City Metro area covers an urban area in both Kansas and Missouri. KCK is right across the border from KCMO.

Where is the dividing line in Kansas City? ›

Kansas City remains one of the most segregated cities in America, with a dividing line, Troost Avenue, running north and south through the heart of the city.

What is the boundary between Missouri and Kansas? ›

The boundary line between Missouri and Kansas is and remains, notwithstanding its shifting position by erosion, the middle of the Missouri River from a point opposite the middle of the mouth of the Kansas or Kaw River.

Where is the state line in Kansas City? ›

Looking south, state line starts in the industrial West Bottoms. Established in the 1860's, the area became the agriculture and livestock hub of region with the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri rivers.

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