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Thursday, December 9, 1976
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Palm Beach Post, Thursday, December 9, 1976 C7 Area Deaths First St., Delray Beach. Coleman Funeral Home, Delray Beach. Funeral Friday. Morel. Rene J.. 56. of 3699 NE Conflicting Reports Studied Of Man Missing for 2 Years Bonner, Anna F., 85, of 728 58th St., West Palm Beach. Northwood Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral in Union City, N.J. Jones, Fannie, of 2901 Ave. S., Riviera Beach. Stevens Brothers Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Maklen, Arnold, 85, of 309 SE Third St., Delray Beach. Lome Ba-bione Funeral Home, Delray Beach. Funeral today. Monroe, Frank, 65, of 606 NW Poinciana Drive, Lake Worth. E. Earl Smith and Son West Chapel, Lake Worth. Funeral Monday in Fort Lauderdale. Storch, William V., 53, of 185 Yale Drive, Lake Worth. E. Earl Smith and Son East Chapel, Lake Worth. Funeral Saturday. Welker, Wodan, 66, of 227 Castlewood St., North Palm Beach. Howard Funeral Home, Riviera Beach. Funeral Friday. Sixth Drive, Boca Raton. R. Jay Kraeer Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Funeral Saturday. Moser, Charles E., 63, of 1412 NE Third Ave., Delray Beach. Scobee-Ireland- Potter Funeral Home, Delray Beach. Funeral Friday. 'Schroyer, Elsie M., 75, of 3654 News of Record TAMPA (AP) - Florida officials wrestled yesterday with conflicting reports of the capture of an accused drug smuggler who in the last two years has been reported drowned, living in Central America and even in jail. The elusive subject of the search is Raymond Grady Stansel, 40, a Tarpon Springs fisherman who posted a $500,000 cash bond on drug trafficking charges two years ago and then vanished. According to the Department of Criminal Law Enforcement (DCLE), a man believed to be Stansel is in the custody of British Hon-duran officials. He was supposed to be returned to this country Tuesday, an DCLE spokesman said. Two officers went to New Orleans to meet the commercial flight but neither Stansel nor any Honduran officials were aboard, the spokesman said. In British Honduras, Eduardo Wil-loby, commissioner of the national police force, denied yesterday that Stansel had ever been in custody. both of West Palm Beach. Walter D. Burchette, 37, and Helen D. Brown, 25, both of Riviera Beach. Diego Lezcano, 59, and Mirelia R. Rodriguez, 43, both of West Palm Beach. Roland D. Fletcher, 32, and Darleen J. Bondar, 29, both of Lake Worth. Ahtl 0. Karlalainen, 32, of Lake Worth, and Plr-o A. Lempinen, 28, of Lantana. Robert A. Borderlck, 56, of Lake Worth, and Marjorie D. La man, 55, of Sarasota. Robert W. Zentz, 45, of West Palm Beach, and Carolyn J. Thomson, 21, of Boca Raton. Gerald T. Luecke, 21, and Helen C Long, 21, both of West Palm Beach. David R. Mulroy, 21, and Llla S. Starr, 19, both of Lake Worth. Walter L. Henry Jr., 39, of West Palm Beach, and Lessie M. Woodfolk, 30, of Pahokee. Jimmy M. Simons, 27, and Phyllis A. Millar, 26, both of West Palm Beach. Carl K. Pattern, 61, of Golden, Colo., and Jean O. Hager, 43, of West Palm Beach. Michael R. White, 19, and Madeline A. Henllne, MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS John D. Sycks, 23, and Gail A. Bryant, 21, both of West Palm Beach. Charles R. Yarbrough, Si, and Joyce M. Lay, 43, both of West Palm Beach. James H. Moss, 36, of Tequesta, and Catherine M. Macartney, 28, of Lake Worth. Clyde P. Clase, 29, of Lake Worth, and Janet E Downey, 24, of West Palm Beach. Samuel L Bell, 23, and Beverly R. Price, 9, both of Belle Glade. Harold J. Sticht, 64, of Fort Lauderdale, and Dorothy E. Lyons, 54, of Coral Springs. Juan Moreno, 24, and Helen Salis, 19, both of Boynton Beach. Joseph W. Jensen, 57, of Los Angeles, and Eleanor L Wall, 58, of Boca Raton. Charles Caldwell, 56, and Mary A. Walden, 56, both of Delray Beach. Robert C. Hein, 27, of West Palm Beach, and Laurie J. Casey, 27, of Lake Worth. Walter F. Furman, 24, and Robin E. Kirker, 23, both of West Palm Beach. Adam C. Goqolinski, 34, and Lidian Puco, 35, "We haven't heard of him (Stansel)," he said. "There's no chance he could have been arrested without my knowledge." Willoby said no U. S. citizen had been arrested there in the last two months. Tom Furey, American vice counsel in British Honduras, also said he knew nothing of the situation. He also said it would be impossible for Stansel to have been taken secretly out of the country by American authorities. "Obviously, there's some contradictory information," said Bob Pennington, the DCLE spokesman. "We're trying to find out what happened." Pennington said the information to Florida officials was from a "very concrete" source, whom he declined to identify. "From the information we had, we were pretty convinced it was him (Stansel)," he said. He said he didn't know how DCLE learned Stansel was to be flown to New Orleans. Stansel was among 100 people indicted by Florida's first statewide grand jury, convened to combat drug smuggling in Florida. Door to Medical School Open After Drug Pardon FUNERAL NOTICES student, Kester was arrested for possession of about 300 barbiturate pills. He served about eight months in prison and was released from parole last March. "My emotional state at the time was such that I was using drugs heavily - the pills," Kester said. 16, both of West Palm Beach. Karl Bergstrassar, 24, of Boynton Beach, and Deborah L. Thompson, 24, of Lantana. Lester R. Dominica, 27, and Kathy N. Joseph-son, 24, both of Boynton Beach. Jhony Stuart, 40, and Matilda A. Degen, 44, both of West Palm Beach. Gary E. Dowd, 27, and Rebecca J. Haen, 25, both of Boca Raton. Charles D. Butta, 26, of Palm Beach Gardens, and Jill M. Lockwood, 20, of North Palm Beach. Thurston H. Proctor, 36, of Lake Park, and Margaret A. Turney, 22, of North Palm Beach. Charles W. Trout, 44, and Mary L. Beech, 45, both of West Palm Beach. Robert W. Hennlng Jr., 29, and Margaret A. Flagg, 25, both of West Palm Beach. David M. Ambrose, 22, and Pamela F. Sibbrel, 18, both of West Palm Beach. MARRIAGE DISSOLUTIONS Patricia A. and John W. Shepherd. Carol A. and Raymond J. Kula. Dorothy L. and James W. Padgett. Vlckl L. and Lewis S. Lee. Zella A. and James I. Cook Jr. Joyce G. and George P. Neal. Janice and Harold A. Putnam. Carolyn A. and Jules V. Roy. Katie S. and Gary L. Gustafson. Karen J. and Randall C. Golnqs. FINAL JUDGMENTS Terry Bryant vs. Terrance O'Nell at al. Plaintiff recovers 125,000. American Cyanamld Co. vs. Discount Pharmacy Inc. Plaintiff recovers S2.700.5I. CIVIL SUITS Velma Johnson cat al. vs. Barclay Hawf at al. Suit for damages In excess of S2.500. Presbyterian Hospital of New York, vs. Frederick Seflck Jr. Suit for damages In excess of S2,-500. Bishop Signs Inc. vs. Louis M. Zaff at al. Suit for damages In excess of $2,500. Sylvia Levin vs. Century Village Inc. at al. Suit for damages In excess of S2,5O0. John J. Cleckner vs. Metropolitan Life. Suit for damages In excess of S2.500. B.J. Boyles et al. vs. Kenneth T. Barber, et al. Suit for damages in excess of (2,500. Claudette Drolet vs. James C. Stanley et al. Suit for damages in excess of $2,500. First American Bank of North Palm Beach vs. John Crisafulll. Suit for damages In excess of $2,-500. First Marine Bank of Boca Raton vs. W. B. Gannett et al. suit for damages in excess of $2,-500. Edward Lilley vs. Norberto Serna et al. Suit for damages in excess of (2,500. Debra L Wester vs. Dean R. Charles et al. Suit for damages in excess of (2,500. Nozzle Nolan Inc vs. Florida East Coast Railway Co. Suit for damages In excess of $2,500. Levy, Plisco, Perry & Shapiro, PA. vs. J. D. Cole et al. Suit for damages in excess of $2,500 F. G. McGlaughlin ef al. vs. Wooland Lakes Properties Inc Suit for damages in excess of (2,-500. Jean E. Reeves vs. Max R. Townsend et al. Suit for damages In excess of $2,500. IN MEMOMAM BILL VAN WAGNER DECEMBER 9, 1975 TALLAHASSEE (AP) - A student who ran afoul of the law when he took drugs because of what he said were emotional problems was pardoned by the Cabinet yesterday so he could attend medical school. Meeting as the Executive Clemency Board, the Cabinet unanimously voted to pardon Robert Howard Kes-ter over the objections of the Parole and Probation Commission. "We've had many young people become involved in the drug culture, but society can only do so much to help them help themselves," Gov. Reubin Askew said. "It's got to come from within and you've found it. I congratulate you." Kester is a senior at the University of South Florida near Tampa, where his grade point average is just below a perfect 4.0. He attended the Cabinet meeting wearing a suit with a Phi Beta Kappa key on his lapel. Three years ago, when he was an 18-year-old Florida State University HMERU. HOME C" J CHAPELS. .. rl V. Sterling T. Ritchie, 111) Vice 1'rc.iilint East Chapel 1032 N. Dixie liny., Lake Worth 582-33413389 VI esl Chapel 3772 S. Mililarv Tr. 964-37723773 Mymhyr Golden Hule unit Natiionul SfltTieil Morticimi- SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SHOPPING HOURS! MON. THRU SAT. 10 A.M. TO 10 P.M. SUN. 11 A.M. TO 7 P.M. Prices Effective thru December 1 llh Key If est Hours Monduy-Salurday 10 a.m. -9 p.m. Sunday 12 oon-5 p.m. Sears CLASSIFIED WODAN WELKER Age 66, of 227 Castlewood St., North Palm Beach, passed away December 7, 1976. Survivors include his wife, Signe; two sisters, Mrs. Clarence Soper, of Long Island, N.Y., Miss Freya Welker of Germany. Funeral services will be held 10 a.m., Friday at the Howard Funeral Home, 2730 Broadway, Riviera Beach, with Rev. Wayne H. Lee of the Maranatha Temple Church of God, Palm Beach Gardens, officiating. Friends may call at the chapel from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. on Thursday. PEARLINE LEWIS Funeral services will be held today 2 p.m. at Stevens Brothers West Palm Beach Chapel. Friends may call from 9 a.m. until service time. LAWRENCE C. CALLAWAY, JR. Mr. Callaway, 60 years old of 432 42nd. Street. West Palm Beach, died Monday, December 6, 1976, as a result of an ac-cidenL A resident of West Palm Beach since 1925, Mr. Callaway was a founding member of Tropical Sands Christian Church, North Palm Beach. He was recently named "Layman of the Year" by the Florida Christian Mens Fellowship. He was a member of American Legion Post 12, of West Palm Beach. He had been associated with Butler and Oenbrink, Inc. for the past 40 years. He Is survived by his wife: Pearl Messer Callaway of West Palm Beach; a son: Lawrence C. Callaway, III, also of West Palm Beach; two daughters: Mrs. James Staudt of Deland, Fla. and Miss Lucille Callaway of West Palm Beach; two sisters: Mrs. Evelyn Lundstrom of Sunnyvale, Calif, and Mrs. Winifred Harbold of Huntington, W.Va. and his stepmother: Mrs. S. Omar Callaway of West Palm Beach, Fla. Funeral services will be held 3:00 p.m. Thursday at the Tropical Sands Christian Church in North Palm Beach, Fla., with the Rev. James A. Hilton, Pastor, officiat-' Ing. Friends may call at Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, 1201 South Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach, from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. on Thursday. Those who wish may make a contribution to the Tropical Sands Christian Church Building Fund, in his memory. THOMAS MILTON ST. JOHN Mr. St. John, 80 years old, of 800 West Lakewood Road, West Palm Beach, died Tuesday, December 7, 1976. He is survived by three daughters: Mrs. Patricia A. Cain, of West Palm Beach, Fla.; Mrs. Shirley Vaughan of Stone Mountain, Ga., and Mrs. Sandra Ballentine of Spring City, Tenn; a son: Charles T. St. John of West Palm Beach; five brothers: Luke and Roy St. John, both of West Palm Beach; Adieus, George and Asbury St. John, all of Jackson, Ga.; a sister: Mrs. Naomi Dial, also of Jackson, Ga.; eleven grandchildren, Debora and Jack Ballentine, of Spring City, Tenn.; Jill Moore, of Spring City, Tenn.; Margaret Ann and April Vaughan, of Stone Mountain, Ga.; Chris and Michile Cain, of West Palm Beach; Betrina St. John, West Palm Beach; Jeannle Ciomei, of West Palm Beach; Chip Ballentine of Miami; and the late Judee Ballentine of Spring City, Tenn.; and three great-grandchildren, Nicole Moore, Spring City, Tenn.; Rom Rimland and Kristin Ciomei, of West Palm Beach. Funeral Services will be held 10:00 a.m. Friday at Quattlebaum- Holleman- Burse Funeral Home, 1201 South Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach, with the Rev. H.H. Meckstroth of the First United Methodist Church, officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday. CLASSIFIED BESSIE M. McCANN Mrs. McCann, 95 years old, of 942 Ardmore Road, West Palm Beach, Fla. died Tuesday, December 7, 1976. She is survived by three sons: Harry F. McCann and Eugene J. McCann, both of West Palm Beach, Fla. and Bernard R. McCann of Lake Park, Fla; three daughters: Mrs. P. B. Sheehan, Mrs. H. L. Larocco and Mrs. Betty Johnson, all of West Palm Beach, Fla.; eleven grandchildren, nineteen great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. Scripture services will be held 8:00 p.m. Thursday at Quattlebaum-Holleman-Bruse Funeral Home, 1201 South Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach. The Funeral Mass will be said 11:30 a.m. Friday at St. Juliana's Catholic Church. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday. FRANK MONROE 606H NW 1st Street, Delray Beach, passed away on Tuesday. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. on Friday at the Delray Beach Chapel of the Coleman Funeral Home. Friends may call on Thursday 6-9 p.m. at the Chapel. CHARLES E. MOSER Age 63, of 1412 N.E. 3rd Avenue, Delray Beach, Florida, passed away Wednesday, December 8th at the Bethesda Memorial Hospital. He was a member of the International Brotherhood of FJectrtcal Workers and of the VFW, O'Neal-Priest Post No. 4141. He is survived by his wife, Ada Mary of Delray Beach; four daughters: Mrs. Veronica Humes of Tucson, Arizona, Mrs. Mary Lunsford of New Orleans, La., Mrs. Patricia Gurganious of West Hollywood, Florida, and Mrs. Theresa Kuehner of Delray Beach; three sons: Charles E., Jr., of Sanibel Island, Florida, Thomas E. of Boynton Beach, Florida, and Edward D. with the U.S. Army in West Germany; twenty grandchildren; his father Eddie Moser of Hicksville, N.Y.; two sisters and two brothers in Long Island, N.Y. Funeral services will be conducted on Friday, December 10th at 8 p.m. at the Scobee- Ireland- Potter Funeral Home, Delray Beach by the VFW, O'Neal- Priest Post No. 4141. Friends may call at the funeral home on Friday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A graveside service will be held on Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Delray Beach Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. WILLIAM V. STORCH Age 53, of 185 Yale Dr., Lake Worth, died Wednesday, Dec. 8, 1976 in Miami. Mr. Slorch was born in New York City, a graduate of Columbia University and served as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy in World War II. He was director of Resource Planning with the Central & Southern Florida Flood Control District for 23 years. Survivors include his wife, Elizabeth Storch, Lake Worth; mother, Mrs. Pauline Storch of Lake Worth; children, Mrs. Catherine Herbert of Gainesville, Fla., Mrs. Margaret Jones of Orlando, Fla., Miss Teresa Storch of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Mrs. Christina Donnell of Amherst, Mass., Miss Frances Storch, Mr. William Storch, III, John E. Storch, Miss Patricia Storch all of Lake Worth; two nephews in New York City. Scripture services will be held Friday, Dec. 10th 1976 at 7:30 p.m. in the E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home, East Chapel, 1032 No. Dixie H wy Lake Worth. B'uneral Mass will be in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Lake Worth, Saturday, Dec. 11, 1976 at 10 a.m. Friends may call at the Funeral Home from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m., Friday. 1 r : SAVE 15 to 30 Great Selection Of Decorator Rugs Save $40 On Dynasty Save $12 Gettysburg Tubular Braid Rug Save $20 American Renaissance Nylon Rug Oriental Look Rug 99 Regular $57.99 5-ft. 8-in. by 8-fl. 8-in. 45" 69" How much you care needn't be measured by how much you spend 139 Regular $89.99 5-ft. -in. bv 9-f. Regular $179.99 6-ft. bv 9-f. Rustic country charm in pretty colorations. 99 nylon. Reversible for longer wear. In 7 pretty colors. 5 patterns inspired by Colonial designs, each in 3 colors. Nylon pile for easy care and durability. Captures the past in ancient designs. Rich blend of colors woven on Wilton looms in pure worsted wool yarn. 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