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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 22

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Tuesday, December 7, 1976
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C4 Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, December 7, 1976 Area Deaths Sugar Wage Ruling Unchanged Simpson, Ivan F., 63, of 1720 15th Ave. N, Lake Worth. Dorsey Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Funeral Wednesday. Sloan, Coma Mae, 63, of 116 NW Sixth Ave., Boynton Beach. Coleman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Saturday. Voglino, Guido J., 90, of 112 Lake Ave., Lake Worth. E. Earl Smith and Son East Chapel, Lake Worth. Funeral mass Thursday. McNaught, Carol A., 32, of 55 SW Second Ave., Boca Raton. R. Jay Kraeer Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Funeral today. Mohlenhoff, Bernhard A., 71, of 359 Franklin Road, Tequesta. Village Funeral Home, Tequesta. Memorial service today. Quickie, Helen F., 61, of 4323 Royal Manor Blvd., Boynton . Beach. Scobee- Combs Funeral Home, Boynton Beach. Funeral Thursday. 'e.'earlRmith SsON Fl'MKRAL HOMK J CHAPELS. IV:. rl Vi Employers of the aliens are required to prove that Americans were offered the jobs first and to hire Americans wanting to work and qualified even after the temporary foreign workers have been employed. According to Don Walsh of the Florida Sugar Cane League in Belle Glade, a major advertising campaign which cost sugarcane growers an estimated $68,000 in Florida attracted several hundred American workers to the Glades area last year. Upon arriving, many workers failed to pass physical examinations and some refused to work after developing an understanding of the .work involved. None of the American workers lasted more than two weeks in the sugarcane fields, Walsh said. Williams contended in his suit that government officials set the minimum wage sugar growers can pay aliens, almost all of them from Sterling T. Ritchie, East Chapel 1032 N. Dixie Hwy., Lake Worth 582-33413389 Member (.oldrn Rule and Alpert, Frieda S., 66, of Stratford G-86, Century Village, West Palm Beach. Northwood Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Wednesday. Bickle, Newton T., 77, of 215 SW Eighth Ave., Boynton Beach. Scobee- Combs Funeral Home, Boynton Beach. Funeral Wednesday. Corkish, Sidney W., 81, of 1409 Shirley Court, Lake Worth. E. Earl Smith and Son East Chapel, Lake Worth. Funeral Wednesday. Cornelius, Cecil C. (Zeke), 74, of 184 River Drive, Tequesta. Village Funeral Home, Tequesta. Memorial service Wednesday. Frank, Doretta K., 76, of 333 Sunrise Ave., Palm Beach. Mizell-Faville- Zern Hibiscus Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral today. Haas, Eloise G., 89, of 1635 Potomac, Lafayette, Ind., formerly of West Palm Beach. Mizell- Faville-Zern Southdale Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral Wednesday. Hughes, Susie 0., 83, of 2345 N. Wallen Drive, Lake Park. Hamm and Price Funeral Home, North Palm Beach. Funeral today. Hughes, William A., 65, of 517 Dot-teral Road, Delray Beach. Lome Funeral Home, Delray Beach. Funeral in Elizabeth, N.J. Johnson, Kenneth C, Jr., 54, of 375 Beach road, Tequesta, and 101 Warren Place, Ithaca, N.Y. Village Funeral Home, Tequesta. Funeral Wednesday. Jones, Sular, 75, of 720 Nw First St., Delray Beach. Coleman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Saturday. Kling, Ralph B., of 1010 SW First St., Boca Raton. Robert J, Babione Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Laraia, Charles S., 84, of 230 Brazilian Ave., Palm Beach. Quattlebaum- Holleman- Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral mass Thursday. the West Indies, at a level that could not attract American workers. The guaranteed hourly wage for the 1975-76 winter harvest season was $2.84, paid in addition to free housing. The Florida Sugar Cane League, an intervenor in the case, told the high court that the government-guaranteed wage is higher than other Florida farmworkers receive, including citrus workers. News of Record MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS Charles C. Howlett Jr., 28, and Victoria 5. Roehm, 27, both of West Palm Beach. Alfred H. Purvis, 47, of West Palm Beach, and Ruby C. Adams, 39, of Lake Worth. Michael A. Jodoin, 22, and Virginia K. White, 17, both of West Palm Beach. James R. Moore, 39, and Margaret S. Hiatt, 33, both ot West Palm Beach. Donald D. DeLuce, 27, and Mary A. Brlto, 29, both of Oelray Beach. Alvin J. Michener, 82, and Rebecca M. Grove, 79, both of Greenacres City. DeWayne Bohannon, 27, of Lake Park, and Cheryl A. Bolton, 19, of Palm Beach Gardens. Charles L. Pickering, 43, and Agnes C. Stevens, 43, both of Juno Beach. Errol K. Seally, 24, of Miami, and Linda D. Ponder, 27, of Riviera Beach. Dwlght A. Smith, 60, of Riviera Beach, and Juliette A. Nieland, 47, of Palm Beach Shores, James M. King, 28, of West Palm Beach, and Wendy M. Mauck, 16, ot Lantana. Willard O. Tidd, 76, and Louise Nolle, 80, both of West Palm Beach. Joseph T. Kirkland Jr., 46, and Sidonie A. Sorenson, 48, both of Boca Raton. Clevil Solomon, 24, and Emma L. Thomas, 19, both of Delray Beach. Cary A. Stone, 23, and Sharon A. Flntak, 20, both of Boca Raton. Frank A. Chapman, 24, and Pamela A. Trot-tier, 18, both of Lantana. Carmine D. Nigro, 66, of Palm Springs, and Francisa A. Palopoli, 63, of West Palm Beach. Dewey Troupe Sr., 27, and Starleen A. Troupe, 26, both of West Palm Beach. Leonard M. Kolshak Jr., 23, of West Palm Beach, and Beatrice L. Schlenker, 18, of Lake Worth. Paul E. Grubbs, 50, of Lake Worth, and Mary M. Cirrincione, 50, of Boynton Beach MARRIAGE DISSOLUTIONS Phyllis J. and Jack N. Stevens. FINAL JUDGMENTS Joseph R. Guay et al. vs. The Hartford Accident and Indemnity Co. et al. Plaintiff recovers $100,000. B & M Equipment Co. Inc. vi. R.G.M. Builders Inc. Plaintiff recovers $19,861.96. -CIVIL SUITS Continental Casualty Co. et al. vs. Service Equipment Co. Inc. Suit for damages in excess of $2,500. Richard L. Pooley vs. Reginald Harris et al. Suit for damages In excess of $2,500. Mary Fraccacreta vs. Angelo Caffone. Suit for damages In excess of $2,500 First National Bank of Minneapolis vs. Lewis G Jacobs et al. Suit for damages in excess of $2,500. B. Alden Beaton vs. General Development Corp. Suit for damages in excess of $2,500. Linda Locklear et a! vs. Ronald Silton et al. Suit for damages in excess of $2,500. Jean E. Reifters et al. vs. Ray M Barnes et al. Suit for damages in excess of $2,500. Hearing Tests Set for Palm Beach County Free electronic hearing tests will be given at the Beltonr Hearing Aid Center Office on TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THIBSDAY. Factory-trained hearing aid specialists will be at the office listed below to perform the tests. Anyone who has trouble hearing or understanding is welcome to have a test using the latest electronic equipment to determine his or her particular loss. Diagrams showing how the ear works and some of the causes of hearing loss will be available. Everyone should have a hearing test at least once a year if there is any trouble at all hearing clearly. Even people now wearing a hearing aid or those who have been told nothing could be done for them should have a hearing test and find cut about the latest methods of hearing correction. HEARING AID CENTERS 301 Lake Avenue Lake Worth 582-5337 The free hearing tests will be given en TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY k THURSDAY. If you cannot come in, call and arrange (or an appointment in VOIR HOME OR AT OIR OFFICE. From Post Wirt Strvices The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday refused to hear arguments that federal labor policies are costing Americans jobs in Florida's sugarcane fields. The justices let stand a ruling by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeal that domestic workers are not deprived of jobs or their right to work by the sugar industry that imports about 8,500 temporary immigrants each harvesting season. Andrew Williams, a Palm Beach County resident, said he wanted to work in the sugarcane fields but that immigrant labor allowed sugar growers to keep salaries too low. He sued several U.S. officials, claiming they were not enforcing the Immigration and Nationality Act. The act permits aliens to serve as temporary agricultural labor if domestic workers are not available and it can be proved that their presence will not depress the wages of domestic laborers. CLASSIFIED FUNERAL PAULINE LEWIS Ae 56. 1107 Adams St., West Palm Beach. Surviving are Mrs. Gladys Adams, West Palm Beach, a niece, Frankie Studemire, two nephews, George Studemire, Leon Campbell, two grand nieces, Sharon Campbell and Schantha Campbell, an uncle, Louis Byrrt. an aunt, L. Griffin, a devoted friend, Al Hardy. Kuneral services will be held 2 p.m., Thursday, in the Stevens Funeral Home Chapel. Friends may call on Wednesday from 3-9 p.m. SIDNEY W. CORKISH Age 81, of 1409 Shirley Court, Lake Worth, died Sunday, December 5, 1976. He was a member of the Living Stone Lodge 225 F& AM of Colden, New York; Buffalo Consistory AASR; and a life member of Ismelia Temple A.A.O.N.M.S., Buffalo, New York and Legion of Honor of Ismelia Temple; Iretta Sherman Chapter 145, Order of Eastern Star, West Palm Beach. He was a veteran of WWI in the British Army. Survived by his wife, Joan Perry Corkish of Lake Worth; A stepdaughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Turner of North Palm Beach. Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Wednesday, December 8, 1976, at the E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home, East Chapel, 1032 No. Dixie Hwy., Lake Worth; Alfred Peebles, Worshipful Master of Memorial Lodge No. 26 F&AM, West Palm Beach, officiating. Eastern Star Service 8 p.m. Tuesday by Iretta Sherman Chapter 145, OES. Friends may call at the Funeral Home 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday. In lieu of flowers, friends may make contributions to the Emphysema Fund, through the American Lung Association, 2701 No. Australian Ave., West Palm Beach, Fla., 33407. CHARLES S. LARAIA Mr. Laraia, 84 years old, of 230 Brazilian Avenue, Palm Beach, Fla., died Sunday, December 5, 1976. He is survived by his wife: Frances Laraia of Palm Beach, Fla.; a brother: Anthony Laraia of Fort Myers, Fla. and several nieces and nephews. Rosary Services will be held 8:00 p.m. Wednesday at Quattlebaum- Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, 1201 South Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach. The Funeral Mass will be said 11:00 a.m. Thursday at St. Edward s Catholic Church, with interment to follow in Queen of. Peace Catholic Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from to 4 and from 7 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday. NEWTON T. BICKLE Age 77, of 215 S.W. 8th Avenue, Boynton Beach passed away Dec. 5th. He had lived here for the past eighteen years coming from Toledo, Ohio. Mr. Bickle was a Veteran of WWI and WWII. Member, of First Baptist Church, Boynton Beach and life member of VFW No. 2110, Toledo, Ohio. Survived by his wife, Marie, Boynton Beach; son, Leonard Jensen of Grosse Pointe, Michigan; six grandchildren: Dianne, Elliott, Susan, Bonnie, and Roger Mies, John Jensen, Marjorie Sittenfelt; one great-grandchild. Funeral Services will be held Wednesday Dec. 8th at 2 p.m. at Scobee- Combs Funeral Home, Boynton Beach with Dr. Ernest Campbell of the First Baptist Church, Boynton Beach officiating. Burial will follow in the Boynton Beach Memorial Park. Friends may call at the Funeral Home, Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. ELOISE G. HAAS Age 89, formerly of West Palm Beach, passed away, Sunday, December 5, In Lafayette, Indiana. She was the widow of Christopher C. Haas, and is survived by her son, William R., of Palm Springs, Florida; one daughter, Mrs. Persis Newman of Lafayette, Indiana; seven grandchildren. She attended the School of Music of Bethany College, Lindsboro, Kansas. Graveside services will be held on Wednesday, December 8 at 1 p.m. at Hillcrest Memorial Park. No calling hours will be observed. Family request donations to the School of Music, Bethany College, Lindsboro, Kansas. Mizell- Faville- Zern, Southdale Chapel in charge of arrangements. KENNETH CLARK JOHNSON, JR. Age 54. of 601 Warren Place, Ithaca, N.Y. passed away, December 6, in Palm Beach Gardens. Mr. Johnson was born December 10, 1921 in New York City. After graduating from Rectory School in Pomfrel and attending Loomis School in Connecticut, he graduated from New Rochelle High School in 1939. He was a Second Lieutenant in the 376th Bombardier Group of the 15th Air Force and flew 40 missions as lead bombardier in Germany, Austria-Hungary, Yugoslavia and Italy. He was awarded the Air Force Medal with three Oak Clusters and the President's Distinguished Unit Medal with Clusters. Released from active duty as First Lieutenant, June 19, 1945. He graduated from Cornell University with a BA degree, Feb. 26, 1946 and Cornell Law School with a LLB degree Feb. 4, 1948. He was admitted to the New York Bar in 1948 ; and practiced law in the office of Allan 1 Treman, then his own firm, Booth & John- son, then by himself. Alderman in Ithaca, : N Y. for 6 years, city attorney 1960-61, act-: Ing city Judge, 1964-68, attorney for State Tax Commission, acting Mayor of Ithaca, i designated Man of the Year by the Junior i Chamber of Commerce, past Exalted Rul-1 er of the Ithaca Elks Lodge 636, Chairman ) pf the Youth Advisory Committee of Ithaca, Secretary of the Sixth Judicial District ; of the Bar Assoc., vice-president of the Tompkins County Bar Assoc., president of the YMCA, president of the Junior Cham-' ber of Commerce, president of the Cornell ; Club of Ithaca, president of the City Club ! of Ithaca, president Friends of Ithaca College, Chairman of the City Republican Committee, Vestryman of St. John's Episcopal Church and County Judge and Surro-; gate of Tompkins County from 1968 to date. . Survived by his wife, Virginia P. Johnson of Ithaca; two sons: James P. Johnson of Toledo, Ohio and Jeffrey C. Johnson of ' Rochester, N.Y.; one daughter, Mrs. Vir-; ginia L. Wells, of Sparta, N.J., stepdaughter, Michele P. Pappas, of Burgettstown, ' Pennsylvania; his parents, Kenneth C. and j Virginia Johnson, of Tequesta; one sister, . Barbara J. Livesay of Amherst, Ohio, and i two grandchildren: Michael and Wendy j Wells. Funeral services will be held at the Church ! of the Good Shepherd, Seabrook Rd I Tequesta, at 2 p.m., Wednesday, Decem-I ber 8, with the Rev. Donald W. Krickbaum pfficlatlng, followed by Interment in Hill-crest Memorial Park, West Palm Beach. Honorary pallbearers Mark and Danny Shi oos, of Ithaca, Roby Stevens of I Pleasanton, California, Gary Stevens of I Keene, New Hampshire, Keith and Craig Livesay, of Amherst, Ohio, and Joseph Livesay, Jr. of Juno, Florida. There will be ' an Elks Service at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the J Village Funeral Home, 307 Tequesta Drive. , Donations may be made tq the American ! Cancer Society, the Cornell Hockey Boost-i ers or to a charity of your choice. Arrange-' ments by tillage Funeral Hon Tequesta. 1 ! : r-7 Jlh? i . ur J w LFD Vice President West Chapel 3772 S. Military Tr. 964-37723773 NhIhhihI St-lf-lrl Miirlirian Also available Matching arm reitt . . . Reg. $39 Pair. NOW $34 Pr. Matching Ottoman . . . Reg. $49 NOW $39 Now through Tues. Dec. 21 Cnnwmyn! Cteilil Tc'ims Auaildhk' 12.B.3.LMP DECORATING MAGIC WITH PLUSH PUT-T0GETHERS Armless Chair Reg. S99 SAVE $31 Create a mood . . . your imagination is the limit! Changeable and arrangeable units to suit your lifestyle. Chair features a proportioned frame of heavy CLASSIFIED NOTICES CECIL H. (ZEKE) CORNELIUS Age 74, of 184 River Drive, Tequesta, passed away Saturday morning at his residence. Mr. Cornelius was a founder of Fidelity Federal Savings & Loan Assoc. of West Palm Beach, and was a founder of Cornelius, Johnson, and Clark Ins. Agency. He was a former Village council member, and Mayor of Tequesta. He was also a former county commissioner and school board member of Palm Beach County. He was the former Exalted Ruler and life member of BPOE Lodge 1352, of West Palm Beach, a member of the Tuscawilla Club of West Palm Beach and the Kiwanls Club of West Palm Beach. He was past president of the West Palm Beach Civitan Club and a member of Q.B., charter member of West Palm Beach Fishing club. Mr. Cornelius served with the C.A.P. and the Army Air Force in World War II. Survivors include two daughters: Mrs. Ann C. Pierce, of Deland, Fla. and Mrs. Nancy C. Jewett, of Palm Beach Gardens; one sister, Mrs. Julian Rushin, of Atlanta, Ga., and seven grandchildren. Memorial funeral services will be held 11 a.m., Wednesday, at the First United Presbyterian Church of Tequesta, with the Rev. Thomas L. Harrington officiating, followed by private interment. Donations may be made to the Heart Association or to the Building Fund of the First United Presbyterian Church, Tequesta, in memory of Mr. Cornelius. Arrangements by Village Funeral Home, 307 Tequesta Drive. HORACE R. STREET Age 90 of 1 South Lakeside Drive, Lake Worth died Saturday, December 4, 1976 in Lake Worth. Mr. Street was a member of the Woodward Lodge No. 508 F. and A.M.. Lyndhurst, Ohio. Mr. Street is survived by his beloved wife, Elva M. Street, daughter, Mrs. Russell (.lean) Roy, Rocky River, Ohio, sister, Mrs. Evelina Shaw, Tulsa, Okla., two grandchildren, Mrs. Hallie Schiavonl, Wil-loughby Hills, Ohio, and Brian Roy, Strongsville, Ohio; great-granddaughter Venetia Lynne Schiavoni, Willoughby Hills. Ohio. Funeral services will be held at the E. Earl Smith & Son Funeral Home, East Chapel, 1032 North Dixie Highway, Lake Worth, Fla.. Tuesday, December 7, 1976 at 3 p.m. with Reverend Lassie Rosencrans of the Unity Church of the Palm Beaches officiating. Contributions may be made to the Unity Church of the Palm Beaches or your lavorite charity. LOUISE B. HOFFMAN Mrs. Hoffman, 55 years old of 940 32nd Street, West Palm Beach, died Saturday, December 4. 1976. Mrs. Hoffman had been a resident of West Halm Beach since 1932, coming to this area from Farmingdale, N.J. A graduate of Palm Beach High School, in 1940. Mrs. Hoffman was a member of Memorial Presbyterian Church and had been associated with Nozzle Nolen for the past 8 years. She is survived by her husband, Lawrence E. Hoffman, two sons: Lawrence E. "Larry'' Hoffman Jr , and John D. "Rusty" Hoffman, all of West Palm Beach; her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Bound, of Lake Park, Fla.; a brother, Arthur E. Bound of Clearwater, Fla., and one grandson. Funeral services will be held 4 p.m. Tues-day, December 7, 1976 at CJuattlebaum-Holleman- Burse Funeral Home, 1201 South Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach, with the Rev. Willard Schiele, Assistant to the Minister of Memorial Presbyterian Church officiating. Friends may call at the luneral home from 9 a m. till service time Tuesday. Those who wish, may make contributions to the American Cancer Society in Mrs. Hoffman's memory. IVAN (SIM) F. SiMPSON Age 63, of 1720 15th Avenue North, Lake Worth, passed away Monday morning. December 6, 1976, Mr. Simpson was a member of Local No. 1308, Carpenters Union of Lake Worth and a Veteran of WWII. Survivors include wife, Mrs. Mollie Simpson, of Lake Worth; son, Richard A. Simpson; daughter-in-law Jill Simpson, both of West Palm Beach; daughter, Susan E. Llorens; son-in-law, Joaquin Llorens, both ot Lake Worth; three sisters, Mazie Sanborn of Bar Harbor, Maine; Meda Avery, Minnesota; Mildred Baston, of Islesboro, Maine. Funeral services will be held 11 a m.. Wednesday at the Dorsey Funeral Home, 3525 S, Congress Avenue, Lake Worth conducted by Fr. Garfield N. Brown, rector of the St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Lake Worth. Friends will be received by the lanuly at service time, Wednesday at the luneral home. REV. FATHER JOHN P. WHELLY, C.S.C. Age 68, of 200 North University Drive, Plantation, Florida, passed away on Saturday. He was ordained a Priest of the Congregation of the Holy Cross Fathers, February 2nd. 1935. He taught at Stoneyhurst College in Massachusetts, was Dean of Theology at Nazareth College, Nazareth, Michigan, Saint Joseph College, lensen Beach, Florida, University of Portland, Portland, Oregon, and Princeton University. Since his retirement he had served as Assistant Pastor, Saint Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Riviera Beach, and Saint Gregory the Great Church, Plantation, Florida. Survivors include four brothers: Reverend Father Joseph Whelly, Westfield, Canada, Arthur Whelly, Q.C, in San Antonio, Florida, Charles Whelly, Q.C. In Brunswick, St. Johns, Canada, and James Whelly. Canada; two sisters: Mrs. D A. Murphy, and Sister Columcille, Sisters of Charity. Father Whelly will lie in State at Saint Gregory the Great Church, Plantation, Tuesday December 7th from 8:30 a.m. until 8 p.m. The Mass of the Resurrection will be held at 8 p.m. Further Services and Burial will be held at Saint Mary's Cathedral, Austin, Texas ' Local arrangements by T.M. Ralph, Plantation Funeral Home. 587-6888. BERNHARD AUGUST MOHLENHOFF Age 71, of 359 Franklin Road, Tequesta, passed away December 6. He was born In New York and had lived in this area since 1972, coming from Bayport, New York. He leaves his wife, Kathryn Mohlenhoff; one son, Bernard Mohlenhoff, of Jupiter; one daughter, Alice Maria Mohlenhoff of Bayport, Long Island; and two grandchildren. A memorial funeral service will be held today at 7:30 p.m. at the Christ the King Lutheran church, with the Kev. Royall Yount officiating. Interment will be in Royal Palm Memorial Gardens at the convenience of the family. The Village Funeral Home Is In charge of arrangements. Memorial donations may be made to the Memorial Fund of Christ the King Lutheran Church. h 3 T ii gauge I in. steel tubing with a chrome plated finish. Covered in cushiony Ginger vinyl. Basic unit can be multiplied into a loveseat (2 chairs) or sofa (3 chairs). Easy to assemble with just a screwdriver. TaVe it home and save. F hi m tTmXs fc w El li TO?vrJf T Ciudtcinlct'd r MANGUEIAN'S More than great furniture. A great furniture store. Ft. Lauderdale 3700 N. Federal Hwy. W. Palm Beach 3003 Okeechobee Blvd. South Miami 13251 South Dixie Hwy North Miami 9101 N W. 7th Avenue OPEN DAILY 10 TO 9 SATURDAY 10 TO 5;30 SUNDAY 12 TO 5:30 Copynyht ' Mangunan's Furniture Showcase 1976

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