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6 THE COURIER -JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1986 LOUISVILLE AREA DEATHS James L. Adams, 52, of Jeffersonville, died Monday at his home. He was a native of Crofton, and a member of First Christian Church. Survivors include his wife, the former Mary Ann Hale of Jeffersonville; two daughters, Mary Lenore Bostock of Georgetown, and Vivian F. Ross of Jeffersonville; his father and stepmother, Otis L.

and Margaret Adams; and a grandchild. The funeral will be at 7 p.m. at Pearson's, 149 ridge Lane. A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. CST Thursday in Ridgetop Cemetery in Crofton.

Visitation at the funeral home will be from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday. The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to the American Heart Association. Rose Allen, 74, formerly of Louisville, died Monday in Shelbyville. She was a native of Shelbyville, and a member of New Greater First Baptist Church in Simpsonville.

Survivors include a son, Robert Allen; a daughter, Edna Allen; two sisters, Della Wooten and Mary Logan, both of Shelbyville; two brothers, Morris Stoner of Shelbyville, and the Rev. Willie Stoner; and several grandchildren. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Friday at Wilford E. Payne Funeral Home, 4119 E.

Indian Trail, with burial in Middletown (Ky.) Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home will be after 10 a.m. Thursday. William Louis Allen, 65, of 3013 Springtime died Monday at Humana Hospital He was a native of Grayson County, a tractor operator for the Jefferson County Road Department, and a member of Rutledge Road Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, the former Mary Helen Priddy; two daughters, Mrs.

Bonnie Downs and Miss Laverne Allen; a sister, Mrs. Mary Fluhr of New Albany, a brother, Paul Allen; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at W. G.

Hardy Valley Funeral Home, 10907 Dixie Highway, with burial in Bethany Cemetery. Daisy Lee Bishop, 66, of 2920 Portland died Tuesday at Humana Ho She was a former employee of the old Marine Hospital in Portland. include two sons, Bobby D. and Ronald L. Bishop; a daughter, Rita A.

Bishop; a sister, Lillie M. Hermes; and a grandchild. The funeral will be at 11:30 a.m. Thursday in the chapel at Eastern Cemetery, with burial there. Visitation at Portland Memorial Chapel, 518 N.

26th will be from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to the Daisy L. Bishop Memorial Fund in care of the funeral home. Violet Ringer Blackburn, 57, died Monday at Bashford Manor East nursing home.

She was a native of Clarksburg, W. Va. Survivors include a son, Donald R. Blackburn Jr. of Lexington; two daughters, Barbara Adams and Kimberly Blackburn; her mother, Violet Ringer of Cincinnati; two sisters, June Smith of Atlanta, and Patricia Ringer of Cincinnati; and a grandchild.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Highlands Funeral Home, 3331 Taylorsville Road, with burial in Resthaven Memorial Park. Visitation at the funeral home will be from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to the Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association.

Mrs. Harold V. Bomar, 77, of Brownsboro Hills Nursing Home, died there Tuesday. She was the former Helen Lehman and a member of Audubon Country Club. Survivors besides her husband include a son, Harold V.

Bomar a sister, Camilla Block; and two grandchildren. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Holy Spirit Catholic Church, 3345 Lexington Road, with burial i in Cave Hill Cemetery. Visitation at Pearson's, 149 Breckinridge Lane, will be from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday.

Virgania E. Singer Bramblett, 59, of La Grange, died Tuesday at her home. She was a native of Oldham County, an employee of the Ethyl and a member of La Grange Heights Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, John W. Bramblett of La Grange; a son, Bobby F.

Bramblett of La Grange; and two grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Radcliffe Funeral Home in La Grange, with burial in Valley of Rest Cemetery there. Visitation at the funeral home will be after 2 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday.

Rosie Burns, 37, of 5701 Oxford, died Tuesday at Jewish Hospital. She was a native of Copiah County, and a member of Church of the Living God. Survivors include a daughter, Tara Burns; her father, Tommie Burns four sisters, Dorthene Barbee, Doris J. Bailey, Drewzie Phillips and Dianne Burns; and four brothers, Tommie Jerry, Vernelle and Mack Burns. The funeral will be at 11 a.m.

Friday at G. C. Williams Funeral Home, 1935 W. Broadway, with burial in Greenwood Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home will be after 7 p.m.

Thursday. Coy co*ckeril, 56, of 4609 Maryville Drive, died Tuesday at Humana Hospital-Audubon. He was a native of Edmonson County, and a retired fork-lift driver for the Reynolds Metals Co. Survivors include his wife, the former. Betty Brackett; a son, Timothy co*ckeril; two stepsons, James and Stephan McKenzie, both of Lexington; a daughter, Kimberly Goldman; and three grandchildren.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Thurs- day at Arch L. Heady Okolona Funeral Home, 8519 Preston Highway, with burial in Resthaven Memorial Park. Visitation at the funeral home will be after 1 p.m. Wednesday.

Norma Elliott, 85, formerly of Dosker Manor, died Monday at Franciscan Healthcare Center. Survivors include a brother, John Elliott; and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, 7333 Southside Drive, with burial in Calvary Cemetery. Visitation at Joseph E.

Ratterman Son Southend Funeral Home, 7330 Southside Drive, will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to Mass of the Air. Eugene "Gene" Evans, 75, of 7110 Sky Blue died Tuesday at Humana Hospital-Southwest.

He was a native of Auburn, and a retired carpenter. Survivors include his wife, the former Lola Ware; five daughters, Mrs. Flossie J. Crawford of Auburn, Mrs. Barbara Sandifer of Batesville, Mrs.

Anna P. Robinson, Mrs. Kathleen Schrader and Miss Cindy Evans; a son, Michael Evans of Erlanger; two sisters, Mrs. Mary E. Fugate and Mrs.

Alleyne Woodward, both of Auburn; and 10 grandchildren. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Owen Funeral Home, 5317 Dixie Highway, with burial in Evergreen Cemetery. Beatrice Fletcher, 70, of 3512 Grand died Sunday at Humana Hospital-University. She was a native of Mississippi, and a member of Greater Salem Baptist Church.

Survivors include four sons, Jimmy Smith and James, Alvin and Morgan Fletcher; a daughter, Bertha Buckner; two sisters, Lillie and Rita Smith; and 13 grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at G. C. Williams Funeral Home, 1935 W.

Broadway, with burial in Louisville Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home will be after 7 p.m. Thursday. Harry B. Goldstein, 83, of 409 E.

Muhammad Ali died Tuesday at Parkway Medical Center. He was a native of London, England, and a retired employee of the Fetter Printing Co. Survivors include his wife, the former Gaytha McFarland; a son, Louis Goldstein; grandchildren; and five great -grandchildren. be at 11 a.m. Friday at Arch L.

Heady Southern Funeral Home, 3601 Taylor with burial in Evergreen Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home will be after 3 p.m. Wednesday. George F. Hunter, 73, of 3607 College Drive, died Tuesday at Humana Hospital-Suburban.

He was a native of Taylorsville, and retired owner and operator of Hunter's Ashland Service Station in Jeffersontown. Survivors include his wife, the former Lorena Crafton; two sons, Garland and Randal L. Hunter; two sisters, Kathryn Brown of Lyndon, and Mae Clemmens of La Grange; a brother, Ellis Hunter of Austin, Texas; three grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at McAfee Funeral Home, 3928 Bardstown Road, with burial in Highland Memory Gardens in Mount Washington.

Visitation at the funeral home will be from 2 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday. Scotty Eugene Kasey, 45, of Route 1, Underwood, formerly of Louisville, died Monday at his home after an illness. He was a native of Irvington, a millwright for ICI Americas in Charlestown, a former employee of the old International Harvester an Army veteran, a Mason and a member of Mount Moriah Advent Christian Church. Survivors include his wife, the former Phyllis D.

Highbaugh; a daughter, Pamela J. Clark of Jeffersonville, two sons, David S. and Darin E. Kasey, both of Underwood; his parents, Ernest and Eva Kasey; his mother, Angy N. Nolan; a brother, Gary L.

Kasey of Harrodsburg; and four sisters, Mrs. Dixie Standley of Jonesboro, Ms. Becky Nolan of Bryan, Texas, Mrs. Kay Estes and Mrs. Cynthia J.

Daugherty. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at Owen Funeral Home, 5317 Dixie Highway, with entombment in Louisville Memorial Gardens West Mausoleum. Visitation at the funeral home will be from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

and 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Lolaler B. Logan, 77, formerly of 658 S.

37th died Sunday in Norfolk, Va. She was a retired lunchroom worker for the Jefferson County public schools. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Linda Johnson with the Navy in Norfolk; and a brother, Rufus Cox of Madisonville. The funeral will be at 1 p.m.

Thursday at Shawnee-Parkland United Methodist Church, 101 S. 44th with burial in Greenwood Cemetery. Visitation at Hathaway Clark Funeral Home, 2718 Virginia will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. Mary Martin MacBurney, 55, of Hamilton, Ohio, formerly of Louisville, died Monday in Cincinnati.

She was a registered nurse at Fort Hamilton Hughs Hospital in Hamilton. Survivors include two sons, Clifford and Charles MacBurney, both of Hamilton; three daughters, Carol, Cathleen and Christina MacBurney, all of Hamilton; her mother, Lorene Martin; and two sisters, Margaret Lowe of White House, and Martha Russell of Morristown, Tenn. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Hamilton, with burial in Butler County Memorial Park Cemetery there. Visitation at Webb Funeral Home in Hamilton will be after 5 p.m.

Thursday. The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to Immanuel Lutheran Church, 1285 Main Hamilton, Ohio, 45013. Mrs. Joe H. McConnell, 76, of St.

Francis Apartments, died Monday at St. Anthony Hospital. She was the former Mary Estelle Remy. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at St.

Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, 1960 Bardstown Road, with burial in Calvary Cemetery. Visitation at Ratterman SonsBardstown Road, 3800 Bardstown Road, will be from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to the memorial fund of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church.

Ethel H. Fischer Medley, 67, of 6208 S. Watterson Trail, died there Monday. Survivors include her husband, Thomas J. Medley three daughters, Peggy A.

Morse of Charlotte, N. Donna S. Atwood of Kansas, and Cindy G. Medley; three sons, Robert L. Medley of Indian Trail, N.

Thomas J. Medley Jr. of Stanley, N. and Kevin J. Medley; four sisters, Alma Lee of Shepherdsville, Dorothy Whetzel, Florence Wagner and Louise Forest; two brothers, Jack Fischer of Houston, and Arthur P.

Fischer; 13 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Heady Fern Creek Funeral Home, 5406 Bardstown Road, with burial in Highland Memory Gardens in Mount Washington. Visitation at the funeral home will be from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Wednesday. Ersa "Grannie" Hanger Munson, 90, of 6307 Flintlock Circle, died there Monday. She was a native of Birdseye, a retired buyer for Stewart's, and a member of Briargate Presbyterian Church. Survivors include a daughter, Bert N. Underwood; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Owen Funeral Home, 5317 Dixie Highway, with burial in Scottsburg (Ind.) Cemetery. Henri R. Pearcy, 92, formerly of Louisville, died Sunday in Martinsville, Ind. He was a former professor at the University of Illinois.

Survivors include a daughter, Nancy L. Pearcy. The body was cremated. Lydia Mayer Powell, 87, of 4620 Southern Parkway, died Tuesday at SS. Mary Elizabeth Hospital.

Survivors include a sister, Lillian Goodin. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at Arch L. Heady Southern Funeral Home, 3601 Taylor with burial in Cave Hill Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home will be after 5 p.m.

Wednesday. Elznia Stinson, 78, formerly of 3710 Wheatmore Drive, died Saturday in Titusville, Fla. She was a native of Monroe County, a retired employee of the Stratton Terstegge and a member of Shawnee Church of Christ. Survivors include two daughters, Wanda L. Morris Florida, and Jean Jarboe of New Mexico; a sister, Maudie Burton; 10 grandchildren; and seven great -grandchildren.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Schoppenhorst Underwood Funeral Home, 1832 W. Market with burial in Resthaven Memorial Park. Visitation at the funeral home will be from noon to 3 and 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday.

Dorothy M. Ott Ward, 67, of 818 Evelyn died Monday at SS. Mary Elizabeth Hospital. Survivors include her husband, Harold C. Ward two sons, Harold C.

Jr. and Ronnie Ward; a daughter, Mrs. Gale M. Hon of Shepherdsville; a sister, Mrs. Loretta Combs; a brother, Marvin Ott; and four grandchildren.

The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Arch L. Heady Southern Funeral Home, 3601 Taylor with burial in Calvary Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home will be from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday.

Louise R. Wilkerson, 88, died Tuesday at Baptist Hospital Highlands. She was an agent for the Colonial Insurance Agency, where she worked for more than 40 years. Survivors include a brother, Bernard W. Richter.

The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Barrett Funeral Home, 1230 Bardstown Road, with burial in Cave Hill Cemetery. Visitation at the funeral home will be from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. Dr.

Kenneth H. Williams, 49, of Wyomissing, formerly of Louisville, died Tuesday in West Reading, after an illness. He was a native of Haverhill, a teaching physician on alcohol and substance abuse, a former psychiatry and internal medicine instructor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, a medical consultant to the Pennsylvania governor's council on drug and alcohol abuse, and a former faculty member of the Yale Medical School in New Haven, Conn. Survivors include his wife, the former Cynthia E. Eastman of Wyomissing; a son, John L.

Williams of Wyomissing; a daughter, Elizabeth F. Williams of Wyomissing; his parents, Kenneth H. and Beryl G. Williams; a sister, Mrs. Fred Fischer; and a brother, Richard G.

Williams. The body was cremated. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. April 26 at First Presbyterian Church in Reading, Pa. Bean Funeral Home in Shillington, is charge of arrangements.

The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to First Presbyterian Church, 37 S. Fifth Reading, 19602. Blanche B. Young, 75, of 3650 Dutchmans Lane, died Tuesday at Jewish Hospital. She was native of Lawrenceburg, and a former.

employee of the Goodyear Tire Co. Survivors include her husband, George Young; and four sisters, Mae C. Pope of New York City, Gladys Rudd, Frankie Reno and Ruby Brown. funeral and burial will be private. Baity's Funeral Home in New Albany.

is in charge of arrangements. Two youths elude police, bloodhounds A Jefferson County police helicopter and a police canine unit were called out to search for two teen-age burglary suspects in the Fern Creek area yesterday afternoon. The boys escaped, but police recovered a quantity of items they believe were taken in several recent break-ins in the area. Sgt. Don Wilson said he was offduty about 12:30 p.m.

when a man approached him near Bardstown Road and Hurstbourne Lane and pointed out two youths he suspected of having committed a break-in. Wilson said he went to question the boys, and after a few minutes they dropped a duffel bag they were carrying and ran away. The bag contained some items, including weapons and a cordless telephone, that police suspect were taken in a burglary, Wilson said. He said he chased the boys and called for assistance and soon was joined in the pursuit by several officers from District, the helicopter patrol and the canine unit. Wilson said the boys ran into a wooded area behind the Picadilly Square and Governours Square apartment complexes and eluded the pursuing officers.

police bloodhound traced the boys' path to a cache of stolen items in the woods, Wilson said. He said the owners of the items had not been identified last night, but detectives were going through burglary reports trying to match the items with lists of stolen goods. Six in Bullitt plead not guilty to drug charges Six people pleaded not guilty in Bullitt Circuit Court yesterday to charges of selling cocaine, amphetamine and other drugs. The six are among 18 people who were arrested last month in Bullitt and Jefferson counties after a month investigation by Bullitt and Jefferson police and the state attorney general's Drug Enforcement Unit. Ten people were indicted April 2 on various felony charges by a Bullitt grand jury.

Eight others have been charged in Jefferson County, but their cases have not reached a grand jury. Those pleading not guilty, and their charges, were: William Neal Marler, Shepherdsville, felony and misdemeanor charges of trafficking, in marijuana; Virginia Shepherdsville, unlawful transaction with a minor involving marijuana; David Humphrey, Shepherdsville, three counts of selling cocaine and one count of aiding, counseling or attempting to aid in the sale of cocaine; Bill Humphrey, Shepherdsville, four counts of selling cocaine; Donald Manning, aiding, counseling or attempting to aid in the sale of cocaine; and Shelby Joe Nix, Shepherdsville, selling methamphetamine and being a persistent felon. Two Bullitt County defendants had action on their cases delayed Monday. Two others failed to appear for a scheduled court appearance last month after being released on bond and are being sought. Man given 5 years on robbery charge David W.

Sharp, who pleaded guilty to second-degree robbery April 1, was sentenced to five years in prison yesterday by Jefferson Circuit Judge Earl O'Bannon. According to court records, Sharp, 20, of the 100 block of East Kingston Avenue, and a woman robbed Gerald Reichle, 32, of $383 on Aug. 10. Reichle was hitchhiking and the couple picked him up, drove him to an apartment in the 4300 block of South Street and robbed him, the records show. Carla L.

Sanders, 27, of the 4300 block of South Brook Street, is also charged in the case. Indiana deaths Benjamin, 64, died Tuesday. Funeral, 10 a.m. Friday, Coots Funeral Home, Jeffersonville. Visitation will be after 4 p.m.

Thursday. NEW ALBANY Milton Alfred South, 72, died Monday. Funeral, 1 p.m. Thursday, Mullineaux Funeral Home. Visitation will be from 1 to 9 p.m.

Wednesday. NEW ALBANY Alberta M. Blankenbaker Rickard, 82, died Tuesday. Funeral, 10 a.m. Thursday, Stewart Funeral Home, Henryville.

Visitation will be after 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. CLARKSVILLE Elnora L. Bego Traffic arrests Arrested on charges of driving while intoxicated, as reported by police: George E. Riebel, 25, of Crestwood.

Jerry W. Arrowood, 28, of Borden, Ind. Jerry L. Allen, 37, of the 9600 block Anita Blvd. Michael C.

Allrutz, 32, of the 6000 block Ashby Lane. Phillip R. Devine, 45, of the 15400 block Brush Run Road. Ross D. Shoaf, 31, of the 1300 block Cherokee Road.

Nancy J. Gantt, 32, of the 800 block Cherokee Road. Susan K. Spivey, 36, of the 900 block Franklin St. Kevin L.

Robinson, 24, of the 5900 block Pageant Way, William L. Fluhr, 57, of the 2800 block Pindell Ave. Jeffery W. Sykes, 31, of the 4900 block Poitier Court. Darrell G.

Murphy, 33, of the 1400 block Stonewall Way. Mackey L. Bass, 19, of the 1300 block Vim Drive. Gregory R. McNaughton, 33, address unavailable.

David W. Bray, 24, of the 3600 block Elderwood Way. Bobby Bray, 21, address unavailable Jean Genet, French author of the macabre, dies at 75 By BURT A. FOLKART The Los Angeles Times Jean Genet, the French author who created a macabre world of thieves, whor*s and murderers from the depths of his own experiences, died yesterday of throat cancer at his home in Paris. He was 75.

Dubbed the "Black Prince of Letters" by Jean Cocteau and a "liar, thief, pervert, saint and martyr" by Jean-Paul Sartre, Genet has been alternately hailed as a great dramatic poet of literature and damned as the occupant of a private hell who set his demons loose on the literary world in rolling waves of horror. His plays and novels had been attacked in his native France, praised in the United States and banned in many other nations. An admitted male prostitute and often-imprisoned thief, Genet was abandoned by his unwed mother at an early age and raised by peasants in the French countryside who were paid by the state to care for him. In his autobiographical "The Thief's Journal," Genet wrote that he was falsely accused of thievery as a boy and sent to reform school. There he vowed to reject a society that had so wronged him and to become what he was accused of being.

"I went towards theft as toward liberation, toward the light," he wrote. He was in and out of reform institutions until age 21, when he briefly joined the Foreign Legion. Between world wars he lived as a vagabond, selling his body throughout Europe, picking whatever pockets became available and when those two vocations failed him, begging in the streets. By 1947 he had written his first poems and novels but also. was facing a life term in prison a habitual criminal after his 10th theft conviction.

Andre Gide, Sartre, Cocteau and other French intellectuals prevailed on the government to pardon him and he was permitted to continue the novels he had started in the early 1940s. The first of these, "Our Lady of the Flowers," concerned a male prostitute named Divine whose dying thoughts were of his past lovers. Genet's work was largely autobiographical and drew heavily on the erotic and violent themes that dominated his own life. Murderers were right and hom*osexuals were saints; it was society that was distorted "Lady" was written the World War II German occupation of France from Genet's prison cell on brown paper bags. It was not published until years later and was followed by "The Miracle of the Rose," "Funeral Rites," and "Querelle de Brest." "A Prisoner in Love," just completed, will be published posthumously.

His dramas included "The Balcony," set in a brothel, and "'The Screens," a 1966 play that condemned the French army for its war against Algerian independence. Genet, the social outcast, sympathized with American blacks and created a play featuring an all-black cast (with some in white face) battling seen and unseen racism. Genet first came to the United States in 1968 to cover the 1968 Democratic National Convention for Esquire magazine. He returned two years later to live with members of the Black Panther party. By then he had been credited with creating what many saw as a unique grammar of negativism.

In "Saint Genet: Comedian and Martyr," Sartre said, "With each book, this possessed man becomes a little more the master of the demon MarE that possesses him." Genet, who claimed he only wrote to get out and stay out of prison, said of himself that he had lived to "decisively repudiate a world -that had repudiated him." Photographer Lin Caufield dies in Florida at age 66 a Lin Caufield, retired owner of Lin Caufield Photographers died Monday in Bradenton Memorial Hospital in Bradenton, Fla. He was 66. Caufield and his wife had been spending the winter in Florida. Caufield started his business in 1948 and before long became a leading photographer in Louisville. His business was incorporated in 1958 and moved to its present location, 2100 Arthur in 1960.

The studio deals in all phases of commercial photography, including advertising illustration, annual reports and related work. For many years the company worked with the Filson Club in the documentation of the club's paintings and photographs. The studio's work has appeared in Life and Time magazines and many other publications. Caufield spent two years in the Navy a photographer with Fleet Air Wing 2, where he worked with aerial reconnaissance, aerial mapping and patrol. Following his Navy service, he worked for three years as a news and feature photographer for The Courier-Journal.

He was a member of the American Society of Photographers, an association made up exclusively of photographers who have received 25 or more national awards. Caufield had a degree of Master Photographer and also a degree of Craftsman, bestowed by Professional Photographers of America. He had worked extensively as an instructor and lecturer at colleges and conventions throughout the country and was past president of the Kentucky and Louisville Professional Photographers associations. Caufield also was recipient of the annual state award for the photographer who has contributed the most for the advancement of photography and the photographic profession. Survivors include his wife, the former Janice Hubbard; two sons, Michael Caufield of Chicago and Jetfrey Lin Caufield; a sister Mrs.

nita Welsh; and three grandchildren. The body will be cremated. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at Douglass Boulevard Christian Church, Bardstown Road and Douglass Boulevard. Ninth-grader after school fight A ninth-grade student at Atherton High School was arrested Monday in connection with an assault on another ninth-grader.

Officer Hilda Lindeman, a city police spokeswoman, said police were called to the school at 3000 Dundee Road about 1:25 p.m. in response to a report that two girls were fighting in the hallway between classes. One of the girls suffered a cut from a small knife, according to Rande Swann, spokeswoman for the Jefferson County schools. The other girl is being held at the Jefferson County Youth Center, Lindeman said. Swann said the girl who has been.

charged with assault has been suspended pending a hearing. Disciplinary measures will be determined after the hearing, she said. FREE LECTURE Pulitzer PrizeWinning Chairman St. Petersburg Times EUGENE PATTERSON THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 8pm UK Center for the Arts This Annual Joe Creason Lecture made possible by a grant from the Bingham Enterprises Foundation and matching gifts from UK Alumni and friends of Joe Creason. JEAN GENET He wrote to repudiate the world DARNE 1975 Photo LIN CAUFIELD Louisvillian was recipient of many awards.

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