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msl THE PALM BEACH POST MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1991 5B wreck near South Hay Federal migrant education rules criticized board has conducted similar hearings in New York, Pennsylvania, Texas and California and is expected to issue its report next year. Palm Beach County has the largest number of migrant students of any Florida school district, and public agencies are struggling to keep up with them. In some cases, their families' desperation to find affordable housing pulls them into the urban areas along the coast instead of traditional winter migrant havens such as South Bay or Belle Glade. So those who settle along the coast blend in with the urban poor and become harder to identify as migrants who are entitled to special services. Regulations meant to make school districts account for how they spend the money they receive too often restrict the districts' ability to help the people who are supposed to benefit, Pullum said. But at the same time, other speakers called for migrant education to be even more standardized. Even the definition of a migrant is not standardized among the four major programs that get nearly $500 million in federal money for migrant programs. For example, some students who are eligible for Miami man dies in SOUTH BAY - A man died early Sunday after his car was struck by another vehicle on State Road 25, police said. Michael Earl Lepp, 56, of Miami died on the scene after the 3 a.m. accident, police said. Police said Lepp's southbound Toyota was struck head-on by a Sears canal hearing aids wmmmummmjuuumuuumummmmm 1 -ti )liliii'iinnriiinini i n iiiuiii ii mi in .liiMiiMBuiUii.MLiM1wiiM.iwwiua laiiriiinimiii ni.ii mwmmMitrmr'rt """ -if" 1 treatment in a federal migrant health clinic may not be able to use vans in another migrant program because the other program has tighter eligibility requirements. There have been complaints that districts don't work hard enough to find migrant students. The only Floridian on the commission is Wendell Rollason, executive vice president of the Redlands Christian Migrant Association of Immokalee, which operates 55 comprehensive child-care centers in 20 Florida counties. It is about to open three centers in Palm Beach County. Lake Worth. Notkoff, Augusta, of West Palm Beach. Levitt-Weinstein Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Perez, Carlos, 56, of West Palm Beach. Funeral Tuesday. Dorsey Funeral Home in Lake Worth. Petras, John, of Delray Beach. Scobee-Combs Funeral Home, Boynton Beach. Funeral in Railway, N.J. Werner, Marie T., 81, of Lake Worth. Funeral pending. Dorsey Funeral Home in Lake Worth. Robinson, Lula, of West Palm Beach. Coleman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Services pending. ST. LUCIE COUNTY Davis, Russell Frank, 76, of Fort Pierce. Yates Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. Services today. Procino, Dominic, 55, of Fort Pierce. Haisley Hobbs Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. Services Wednesday. Whitaker, Edward, 81, of Fort Pierce. Haisley Hobbs Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. Services Area Palm Beach. Menorah Chapels, West Palm Beach. Services today. Epstein, Seymour, 75, of West Palm Beach. Menorah Chapels, West Palm Beach. Services today. Gazzola, Margarita, 46, of West Palm Beach. Funeral in Guatemala. Dorsey Funeral Home in Lake Worth. Guyton, George, of Riviera Beach. Coleman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Services pending. Harrington, Helene, of Boynton versations easier. To see if the canal aid can help you, -call today to schedule a FREE HEARING TEST 1 DO YOU PRESENTLY WEAR A HEARING AID? - IIIIIBBBOaBBBBISiBHBaiBnilllill One Week Only! FREE CHECK AND CLEAN! Deaths Beach. Scobee-Combs Funeral Home, Boynton Beach. Funeral Mass Wednesday. Kane, Betty, 84, of Lake Worth. Levitt-Weinstein Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral services today. Kaslow, Florence W., 80, of Del-ray Beach. Beth-Israel Memorial Chapel in Delray Beach. Services today. Mattox, Mary Virginia Hess, 74, of Royal Palm Beach. Funeral Tuesday. Dorsey Funeral Home in CLASSIFIED BETTY "BEA" KANE Age 84 of Lake Worth passed away Saturday, December 14, 1991. She Is survived by her husband, Murray; sons, George and Arnold; her niece, Marilyn Bernstein; grandsons, Terry and Douglas; brother, Morris Berman; sister, Lee Sole. Funeral Services will be held 1 P.M.. Monday, December 16, 1991 at LEVTTT-WEINSTK1N MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 5411 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach. Interment will follow at Eternal Light Memorial Gardens of Boynton Beach, Fla. FUNERAL NOTICES We'll thoroughly check and clean any make and model hearing aid. no charge to youl (OFFER EXPIRES DECEMBER 21 . 1991) W. Palm Beach Palm Beach Mall 640-5165 Wars Jensen Beach Treasure Coast Mall 3174 Federal Hwy. 692-2660 northbound Toyota about 20 miles south of South Bay. The driver of the second vehicle, Dwight Glass, 22, of Chicago was flown by Trauma Hawk toJJt. Mary's Hospital in West Pajm Beach, where he was in critical condition Sunday, police said. make understanding con One Week Only! 2-for-l BATTERY OFFER' Buy one package of hearing aid batteries, get a second package FREE! (Limit4pkgs.) -Regular Price $2.79pkg.-$5.pkfi.- (OFFER EXPIRES DECEMBER 21, 19911 HMHUHMPIMHI HEARING AD SYSTEMS Palm Beach GardensC The Gardens Mall 3103 PGA Blvd. 775-8450 !'' 1C 1991 SEARS, ROEBUCK ANDC'oJJ iil t PACK OF 8 CRAYONS (RETAIL VALUE 39C) ; With This Coupon & i Purchase Of A Jumbo COLORING OClC BOOK 0 SEE IT AT LEFT OF THIS COUPON) " Per Family, Valid Thru 122491 FREDDYS OWN BRAND iwwicim c tadc v," v aw no P." " n I I El I 1 B MIGRANTfrom IB harvest. These days, more return to Palm Beach County every year, and their backgrounds and native languages are increasingly diverse, said Nancy Pullum, director of federal programs. She was one of five officials of government and non-profit agencies who testified Sunday at a daylong meeting of the commission. Congress created the commission in 1988 to study educational programs for the nation's estimated 600,000 migrant students. The PALM BEACH COUNTY Amonte, Anne J., of Boynton Beach. Scobee-Combs Funeral Home, Boynton Beach. Funeral Mass Tuesday. Brodsky, Max, 91, of West Palm Beach. Beth-Isreal Memorial Chapel in Delray Beach. Services today. DeMooy, Anne, 88, of Lake Worth. Funeral in Western Springs, 111. Dorsey Funeral Home in Lake Worth. Dorosin, Virginia, 79, of West CLASSIFIED BISHOP JOHN B. THOMAS Pastor Thomas, age 53, of 1679 W. 15th Street, Riviera Bch, Fla., departed this life peacefully on Dec. 13, 1991. PRAISE BE TO ALMIGHTY GOD! He was serving as Pastor of the Church of God, Ft. Pierce, Fla., at the time of his passing. He was ordained a Bishop under the Administration of Bishop Quan Miller, State Overseer of the Cocoa office, and was recognized as a great Preacher and Teacher of the Gospel of JESUS CHRIST. He was former Pastor " of the following churches; Church of God, Cocoa, Fla., Anderson, South Carolina Church of God, and served as Assistant Pastor at the Church of God, Lake Worth, Fla. He was employed by the State of Florida, H.R.S. Dept., as a Child Abuse Protection Investigator and Counselor. He leaves to cherish fond memories; a loving and devoted wife, Carolyn Rogers Thomas; his father, Johnny Thomas of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; two sons, Sgt. 1st Class William M. Rogers and wife, Sungina of El Paso, Texas, and Barry Thomas of Riv. Bch.; two daughters, Kimberlyn Thomas Swinger and husband, Johnny, of Anderson, S.C., and Denise Thomas of Boynton Beach; six grandchildren; one brother, Alvin Thomas; two sisters, Carleen and Jeanette Thomas; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, co-workers, sorrowing friends, and the Church of God family. Homegolng Celebration will be held on Saturday, Dec. 21, 1991, 11:00 A.M., at Blue Heron Church of God, Riv. Bch., Fla. Arrangements entrusted to STEVENS BROS. FUNERAL HOME, West Palm Beach. CLAIR S. YAGER Of 2330 lantana Road, Lantana, died December 10, 1991. He had been a resident, of this area for over 30 years. Survived by sister, Edith Yager Forsee, Fort Pierce, Fla. and formerly of Belle Glade; nieces and nephews, Mrs. Suzanne Shaw, Boynton Beach; Fred Forsee, Blakely, Ga.; Dr. W. T. Forsee III, Birmingham, Air., Molly F. Cooke, Houston, Texas, Rinne Ashcraft, Dunedin, Fla., L. E. Gex III, Louisville, Ky., Claire Weldon, Mobile, Ala., and William Yager, Sacremento, Calif. Friends are asked to make donation to Hospice of Palm Beach County in memory of Mr. Yager, SCOBEE-COMBS FUNERAL HOME, Boynton Beach in charge of local arrangements. MARY VIRGINIA HESS-MATTOX Age 74 of Royal Palm Beach passed away December 14, 1991. She was a member of St. Peters United Methodist Church of Wellington; lifetime member of Maryland O.E.S. Chapter 2 in Baltimore, Md.; member of the L.O.S. In Fort Myers, Fla.; and volunteer at Wellington Regional Hospital. Survivors include husband, Edward Mattox; son, William C. (Dolores) Hess, Royal Palm Beach; daughter, Marta (Michael) Wiglesworth, Royal Palm Beach; and grandchildren, Richard, Shari, Cathy, and Gina. Funeral Service will be held Tuesday, Dec. 17th at 1 P.M. at the DORSEY FUNERAL HOME, 3525 South Congress Ave., Lake Worth with Rev. Douglas Kirk of St. Peters United Methodist Church, Wellington, officiating. Family will receive friends at the funeral home Monday (today) from 24 and 7-9 P.M. Members and officers of the OES Palm Beach Chapter 41 will conduct a service at 7:30 P.M. Monday evening. Burial will be held in F't. Myers, Fla. In lieu of flowers, family wishes contributions be made to Hospice of Palm Beach County, 5300 East Ave., West Palm Beach, FL 33407-9926, in memory of Mary V. Hess-Mattox. FLORENCE BORGIA Passed away Friday, December 13, 1991 at her , home In Delray Beach, after a two-year battle with cancer. Born Florence Collins In the Prospect Park District of Brooklyn, New York, she worked for the Department of Defense during World War II; thereafter working as a photographer at Macy's Department Store in New York, where she met Frank Borgia, also of New York. Marrying in October 1947, they resided in East Patterson, New Jersey until 1956. Upon the birth of their daughter, they moved to Warwick, New Jersey, until Frank's retirement in 1978. The loving couple moved to Coco Wood Lakes in Delray Beach where they were involved in many community activities as well as being members of the New Jersey Club. Florence nursed Frank through the lengthy illnesses following his stroke and he passed away in November 1989. Florence is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Carolyn and Russell Allen of San Francisco, Calif.; two grandchildren, Miles and Chelsea; her mother, Hazel Collins of Delray Beach; and her sister, brother-in-law, and niece, Dorothy, James, and Linda Wells of Texas. An Independent, private, and strong-willed individual, Florence's generous and caring nature will be remembered by all who knew her. Funeral Services will be held at 10 A.M. Tuesday, December 17th at the funeral home chapel with interment Palm Beach Memorial Park. Friends may call from 6-8 P.M. today (Monday) at the funeral home. Arrangements entrusted to MIZELL-FA-VILLE-ZERN TOWN A COUNTRY FUNERAL HOME, 3691 Seacrest Blvd., Lantana, Fla. GREEN SHARP Of 1349-lOth Street, West Palm Beach, Fla., passed away on December 10, 1991, He Is survived by one daughter, Julia Sharp Clarke; one son, Dave Sharp; grandchildren; one brother, David Sharp; several nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and sorrowing neighbors and friends. Funeral Services on Monday (today), 11:00 A.M. at STEVENS BROS. FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL, West Palm Beach. Friends may call 9:00 A.M. until service time at the chapel. ANNE J. (PIZZI) AMONTE Of 715 SW 25th Avenue, Boynton Beach, died December 14, 1991. Wife of the late Frank R. Amonte, and mother of the late Lewis F. Amonte. Survived by two daughters and sons-in-law, Judith and Frank A. Lolacono, Hingham, Mass., Carleen and Joseph Brennan, Boynton Beach; two sisters, Angle Tucci, Weymouth, Mass., and Rose LaRossa, Everett, Mass.; three brothers, Anthony Pizzl, Weymouth, Mass., Julio Pizzi, Hanover, Mass., and Frank PIzzI, St. Peterahurg, Fla.; 12 grandchildren; one great grandson. Mass of the Resurrection will be held at 10 A.M., Tuesday, December 17th at St. Marks Catholic Church, Bovnton Beach. Friends are asked to make donation to their favorite charity. SCOHEE-COMUS FUNERAL HOME, U.S. H(y. 1 and N.E. 15th Ave., Boynton Beach In charge (if local arrangements. fcStL S-wiJfiA 2 LITER PEPSI fl M POTATO CHIPS fjJJ ?7fL &mft&S customer (J (J j j ErM? OUR PRICE 1.07 k jPEPgVxJ plusdeposit ; V fn1 MAIL-IN REBATE ..-.1.29 I 1 GA.L;J ?-ED i SSiST"!? PPk I step-up I HELENE C. HARRINGTON Of Boynton Beach, passed away December 13, 1991 at Bethesda Memorial Hospital. She had lived in Boynton for the past 39 years, coming from Arlington, Massachusetts. In her early years in Florida, she had worked with her late husband, Paul Harrington, in the real estate business. They developed and built several well-known local communities. She was the proprietor of Harrington Realty in Boynton Beach and served for many years as the secretary of Boynton Beach Board of Realtors. In 1972 she received the White Hat Public Service Award in recognition of her community volunteer activities in Boynton Beach. Former Governor Kirk appointed her In 1971 to the President's Council On The Aging, representing the 9th District, a post in which she served with distinction traveling regularly to Gainesville and to Washington, D.C. to report for the district. Among her volunteer activities, she served the Bethesda Memorial Hospital in its Gift Shop for many years, resigning only last year because of her deteriorating health. She is survived by two sisters, Rosanna L. Ktrlin of Lexington, Mass., and Marion L. Hughes of Delray Beach; as well as 15 nephews and nieces. Friends may call at the SCOBEE-COMBS FUNERAL HOME, U.S. Hwy. 1 and N.E. 15th Ave., Boynton Beach from 6-8 P.M. Tuesday. A Rosary will be said at 7 P.M. Tuesday at the funeral home. Mass of the Resurrection will be said at 10 A.M. Wednesday, December 18th at St. Marks Catholic Church, Boynton Beach. Burial will follow at the Boynton Beach Memorial Park. JAMES BROWN Of 1351 8th Street, West Palm Beach passed December 14, 1991. He leaves to mourn, his wife, Gwenn; three daughters, Melanese, Sandra, and Pam; two sons, Dwayne and Darrell; mother, Mary Brown; sister, Evelyn Lane; niece, Debbie Williams; and a host of In-laws, aunts, uncles, neighbors, and devoted friends. Graveside service will be held Tuesday, 10 A.M. at Hillcrest Memorial Cemetery. Friends may call today from 4-9 P.M. at the West Palm Beach Chapel COLEMAN FUNERAL HOME. JERRY WALTER KIER Passed away on Saturday, December 14, 1991 after an extended illness. Mr. Kier has been a resident of West Palm Beach since 1986. Before coming to this area, he was a resident of Jonesville, Michigan. He was an active member of the Knights of Columbus, Chapter 2075, and a member of St. Juliana's Catholic Church. Survived by his wife, Elvla Ann Kier; stepson, Jerry P. Leinart; parents, Gerald and Ruth Kier of Michigan; four brothers, Richard L. Kier, Ray D. Kier, Mark A. Kier, and Matthew L. Kier; one sister, Jacqueline R. Kier Hardy, all of Michigan. Memorial services will be held at St. Juliana's Catholic Church, Monday (today), 7:30 P.M. LEO D. CHARRON, SR. Age 75 of Stuart, Fla., died Saturday at Martin Memorial Hospital. He was born in Baltic, Conn., and had been a resident of Stuart for the past 12 years, coming from Connecticut. Prior to retirement, he was a farmer in Connecticut, retiring after 25 years. He was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Stuart; Knights of Columbus - John J. Sinnett Council of Baltic, Conn.; and the American I-egion Post 104 of Taftville, Conn. Survivors include his wife, Lorraine of Stuart; two sons, Leo D. Charron, Jr., of Carlisle, Pa., and Peter Charron of Voluntown, Conn.; three daughters, Joyce J. Muhonan of Owings, Md., Susan O'Connor of Indianapolis, Ind.; and Gail Norusis of Harvard, Dl.j one stepson, Bruce Hoppe of Colorado Springs, Colo.; 11 grandchildren; and one great grandchild. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday, 10:00 A.M., December 17, 1991 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Stuart, Fla. Knights of Columbus Council 6241 of Stuart will conduct services at 7:30 P.M., Monday, at the funeral home. Those who wish may make contributions to the American Lung Association, 2701 N. Australian Ave., West Palm Beach, FL 33407. Friends mav call from 7-9 P.M. Monday at AYCOCK FUNERAL HOME, Stuart, Fla. SARAH (SALLY) SULLIVAN Age 78 of Palm Beach Gardens passed away Saturday morning, December 14, 1991 after a brief illness. Mrs. Sullivan had been a resident of the Palm Beach area for the past 23 years. She was a former resident of Burnt Hills, N.Y. She was a retired employee of General Electric Corporation, Turbine Department in Schenectady, N.Y., for 42 years. She attended Westminister Presbyterian Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harry James Sullivan on February 12, 1982. Survived by her sister, Ann O'Crombie of New Jersey; nieces, nephews, and cousins, George Fuller of Riviera Beach, Mrs. Mildred Male of Palm Beach Shores, and Miss Carolyn Terpening of Schenectady, New York. Friends may call 2-4 P.M., Tuesday, December 17, 1991 at THOMAS L. PRICE FUNERAL HOME, 553 North lake Blvd., North Palm Beach, where services will be held at 4 P.M. with Dr. Albert W. Bush, Jr., officiating. Interment Memory Gardens, Colonie, N.Y. Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider the American Cancer Society. DARRELL P. HODGES Age 36 of Palm Springs, Fla., passed away December 14, 1991. Survivors Include his daughter, Jennifer Lynn Hodges, Wellington; father, Jim Hodges, Greenacres; mother, Jo Hodges, Palm Springs; sisters, Linda (Jack) Byrd, Royal Palm Beach, and Yvonne (David) Peck, Royal Palm Beach; grandmother, Lucille Garrett, WPB; great aunt, Cora Rother, Palm Springs; niece, Amy Jo Peck, Royal Palm Beach. Funeral Service will be held at the Forest Hill Alliance Church in West Palm Beach at 11 A.M., with Rev. Charles H. Pearce officiating. F'amily will receive friends at DORSEY FUNERAL HOME, 3525 South Congress Ave., Lake Worth on Monday (today) (ram 7-9 P.M. Burial will be at Memory Gardens Cemetery, Ijike Worth. ANN DANYKO Age 64 of Hobe Sound, Fla., died early Sunday, December 16, 1991, in Jupiter, Fla. She was a resident hei since 1973, coming from New York. Survived by her children, Susan Garrett of Kentucky, Barbara Youdell, Ocala, Fla., Stephen Rein, Altamonte Springs, Fla.; eight grandchildren; brother and his wife, William and Grace Pasle of Long Island, N.Y.; and dear friends, Mimi and Bob Ludwig of Tequesta. She was predeceased by her husband, John Danyko. Funeral Services will be Tuesday, December 17th at 8 P.M. with Father Robert Taylor, Episcopal, officiating. Friends may call Tuesday at AYCOCK FUNERAL HOME, 1112 Military Trail, Jupiter, from 3-5 P.M. and 7 .P.M. until service time. Memorials in her name to thi donor's favorite charity. 'Hearing Tests Always FRF.E at Sears. Limit One Coupon i nwi Limit One Coupon WITH THIS COUPON Limit One v I VHbl 1 ONLY With This OR SELLING Coupon I II MAIL-IN REBATE ..-.1.00 fOLfTL k tl ii K tin riJUUM&Wv LW 1 i AFTER REBATE j FREE J lj 12Ts t i T"""" ,,. ... 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