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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 58

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, December 10, 1976
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D8-Palm Beach Post. Friday, December 10, 1976 notices Miamians Help Blind Robbery Victim FUNERAL CLASSIFIED CLASSIFIED Extra Money Will Go to Install Alarm System MIAMI (UPI) - Ronald Kazmark, who is legally blind, said yesterday Miamians have "more than covered" the $245 two thugs took from him at gunpoint last week at the snack bar he operates in a Dade County office building. "People have just been wonderful," Kazmark said, "and it makes me feel like life is really worthwhile." "Two men came in today and gave me $245 and people have given me over $700 since the robbery. I really don't want anymore," he said. Kazmark said he hopes to use some of the extra money he has been given to install an alarm system to alert a nearby security desk in the building in case of another holdup. Kazmark, who can make out shapes up to 30 feet away, but not features, said the $245 the two thugs took from him last Friday was the profits he had earned from the stand that week. Kazmark's snack bar in a Dade County office building at 140 N. Flagler St. is one of 151 such stands that have been set up -mostly in government buildings - with the help of the Florida Bureau of Blind Services. "That was my money they took - my earnings for the week. It was my personal loss. They didn't get the $450 the state gives me for petty cash at the start of each week. If they had taken the $450, I would have had to pay that money back to the state." Kazmark said newsmen who reported the robbery "misunderstood me as saying I would have to repay the stolen money to the state." "We help them (blind vendors) locate and set up their stand and provide some supervi- sory assistance," said Shelley Boone, who helps oversee special state programs for blind persons. Boone said the state helps purchase equipment and initial inventories for the stands, will keep books and supply the operators with petty cash, "But it's their business, and all profits and losses are theirs . " Kazmark told police two men came into the snack bar last Friday and one of them ordered coffee. As he was pouring the coffee, one of the men drew a gun and demanded his money. Kazmark, whose Seeing Eye dog Bruno stayed home that day, told police he handed over the money quickly and without a struggle because he was afraid of being hurt and "I have too much to live for." Area Deaths Retired Army Officer Dies Funeral Home, Delray Beach. Funeral Saturday in Birmingham, Ala. Carroll, Grace A., 76, of 7210 W. Lake Drive, Lake Clarke Shores. Dorsey Funeral Home, Lake Worth, Funeral Sunday. Bergstrom, Melvin R., 70, of 517 E. Lakewood Road, West Palm Beach. Lakeside Chapel, Lake Worth. Funeral Saturday. BlackweU, Eleanor C, 73, of 3605 Lowson Blvd., Delray Beach. Lome RALPH E. SCHILLING Age 76, of 1501 Crescent Circle, Lake Park died suddenly on Tuesday, December 7, 1976 at his home. He was a member ot Musician's Union Local 717, East St. Louis, 111. He is survived by one son, Ronald of West Palm Beach; one daughter, Sandra Mer-gupis of Santa Ana, California; son-in-law, Christopher Mergupls of Lake Park; grandchildren, Judy and Marie, Peter and Bobby Mergupis of Lake Park, Evy Lynn and Krista Lee Schilling of West Palm Beach. Funeral services will be held at 8 p.m. on Friday In the Northwood Funeral Home Chapel. CLARK LEE HAMILTON Age 69, ot 1696 Old Okeechobee Road, West Palm Beach, died Wednesday morning at a local hospital. Survivors include his daughter, Mrs. Carolyn A. Garrett of Greenville, S.C.; son, Marcus C. Hamilton ot West Palm Beach; sister, Mrs. A.K. Rogero ot Jacksonville, Fla.; brother, Sidney M. Hamilton of West Palm Beach; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Mizell- Faville- Zern South-dale Chapel with Reverend Thomas D. Perry, Community Christian Church, officiating. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at Mizell- Faville- Zern, 4101 Parker Avenue. HAZEL M.SPEIR Age 80, of 3829 Davis Road, Lake Worth, passed away, Wednesday evening. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Robert and Marguerite Speir, of Lantana; two granddaughters and five great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the Dorsey Funeral Home, 3525 S. Congress Avenue, Lake Worth, at 11 a.m., Saturday, conducted by Pastor R. C. Kent of the Grace Chapel, Melbourne, Florida. Interment will be in the Pinecrest Cemetery, Lake Worth. Friends will be received by the family from 7-9 p.m., Friday, at the Funeral Home. MARY FORD Age 83, 117 N.W. 10th Avenue, Boynton Beach, passed away Dec. 8th. Mrs. Ford came to Boynton Beach thirty-nine years ago from Sanford. Florida. She was a member of the Bible Church of God, Boynton Beach. Survivors include one son, Ed Ford, Del-ray Beach, Fla.; four daughters: Mrs. Frances Ford, Mrs. Lizzie King. Mrs. Zilla Davis, all of Boynton Beach, Mrs. Estelle Banks, Pahokee, Fla.; a son-in-law, Mose King, Boynton Beach; one sister, Mrs. Lena Robinson, Boynton Beach, Fla.; twenty-nine grandchildren, including Bishop Sylvester Banks, Delray Beach, Lee Grimes, Shirley Waters, Dorothy Andrews, Carrie Jackson, Barbara A. Daughtry, Johnny Davis, all ot Boynton Beach; one hundred twenty-eight greatgrandchildren; thirteen great-great-grandchildren. Funeral Services will be held Tuesday Dec. 14th, 1 p.m. at Bible Church of God Boynton Beach with burial at Boynton Beach Memorial Park. Stevens Brothers Funeral Home in charge ot arrangements. GUSSIE MAY DOBY 944 31st Street, West Palm Beach, passed away on Tuesday. Survivors include niece, Edith Carter, Boston, Mass., Cousins, Willie Sanders, and LuElla Carter both of Cleveland, Ohio. John H. Nixon, Delray Beach, Dorothy Conley, Brooklyn, New York. Lynn Manns, New York City. Proctor Houston, Rock-ledge, Florida. Two devoted friends, Maude Bryant and Lillie McDonald and other relatives. Funeral service will be held Monday 3 p.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church, Coleman Funeral Home in charge of SULAR JONES 720 NW 1st Street, Delray Beach, passed away on Sunday. Funeral service will be held 11 a.m. on Saturday at St Paul AME Church, Delray. Friends may call on Friday, 6-9 p.m. at the Church. WILLIAM V. STORCH Age 53, of 185 Yale Dr., Lake Worth, died Wednesday, Dec. 8, 1976 in Miami. Mr. Store h 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 Hwy., Lake Worth. Funeral Mass will be in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Lake Worth, Saturday, Dec. 11, 1976 at 10 a.m. Serving as Pallbearers are G.E. Dail, Jr., Thomas J. Schwartz, Robert Grafton, Zeb C. Grant, Robert L. Taylor and Billie D. Jenkins. Friends may call at the Funeral Home from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Friday. COMA MAE SLOAN 116 NW 6th Avenue, Boynton Beach, passed away on Saturday. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. on Saturday at St. John Missionary Baptist Church, Boynton. Friends may call on Friday 6-9 p.m. at the Delray Beach Chapel of the Coleman Funeral Home. MELVIN R. BERGSTROM Age 70, of 517 E. Lakewood Rd., West Palm Beach, died Thursday. Survivors include his wife Joan N. of West Palm Beach; a son David Bergstrom ot East Marietta, Georgia; three grandchildren. Funeral services 2 p.m. Saturday at Lakeside Chapel, Lake Worth, with Dr. Walde-mar Argow of First Unitarian Church of West Palm Beach officiating. Friends may call Saturday from noon until service time at the chapel. Donations may be made to the First Unitarian Church of West Palm Beach, 601 Hibiscus St. B. R. (BERNIE) KYLE Age 58, of 4240 Park Lane, West Palm Beach, passed away Thursday morning. He is survived by his wife, Wanda, ot West Palm Beach; two daughters: Beverly B. Antonelli, of Potomac, Maryland and Barbara E. Frye, Manassas, Va.; three grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the Dorsey Funeral Home, 3525 S. Congress Avenue, Lake Worth, at 10 a.m., Saturday, conducted by Rev. Harold Ogden of the Lakeside Presbyterian Church of West Palm Beach. Interment will be in Memory Gardens, Lake Worth. Friends will be received by the family from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m., Friday, at the funeral home. FANNIE LOU JONES Age 66, 2901 Avenue S., Riviera Beach, passed away Dec. 7th. Mrs. Jones, a long time resident of the Palm Beaches, came here in 1940. She operated the Lucky Penny Grocery Store, Riviera Beach, Fla. Survivors include a son, Willie Jones, Miami, Fla.; two sisters-in-law, Florida H. Cook, and Emily Anderson, both of Jacksonville, Fla.; several nieces, nephews, and cousins. Stevens Brothers Funeral Home will announce arrangements. News of Record ST. PETERSBURG (UPI) - Retired Army Lt. Gen. John L. Ryan Jr. died Wednesday at Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington at the age of 73, the family announced yesterday. Funeral services will be conducted at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. A veteran of more than 40 years military service, Ryan was graduated from the Military Academy in the class of 1926. Ryan was commanding general of the 6th U.S. Army at Presidio of San Francisco when he retired in 1963. Cox, Dorothy S., 79, of 1106 N. Lakeside Drive, Lake Worth. E. Earl Smith and Son East Chapel, Lake Worth. Funeral Monday. Hamilton, Clark L 69, of 1696 Old Okeechobee Road, West Palm Beach, Mizell-Faville-Zern Southdale Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral Saturday. Kyle, Bernard R., 58, of 4240 Park Lane, West Palm Beach. Dorsey Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Funeral Saturday. Merrill, Katherine L., 74, of 7790 SE Eagle Ave., Hobe Sound. Quattlebaum Holleman - Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral in Detroit, Mich. Myers, Ralph, 76, of Coventry A-l, Century Village, West Palm Beach. Northwood Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Speir, Hazel M., 80, of 3829 Davis Road, Lake Worth. Dorsey Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Funeral Saturday. Thomas, William H., 61, of 503 First Ave. S., Lake Worth. E. Earl Smith and Son East Chapel, Lake Worth. MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS Glenn Harris, 23, of West Palm Beach, and Beulah S. March, 22, of Riviera Beach. Robert L Storey Jr., 31, and Carolyn R. Connolly, 23, both of Lake Worth. Roystan Mair, 35, and Beatrice Wooten, 28, both of Belle Glade. Herman Lockett Jr., 24, of Pompano Beach, and Vary D. Leverett, 20, of Delray Beach. Robert J. Marzak, 23, of Deertield Beach, and AAelinda A. Felts, 22, of Boca Raton. Andrew W. Stein, 22, of North Palm Beach, and Barbara J. Balfe, 21, of West Palm Beach. Jeftery L Benulis, 21, of West Palm Beach, and Julie M. Moran, IB, of Lake Worth. Charles O. Smith Jr., 20, of Lake Worth, and Janice Tumoszwia, 20, of West Palm Beach. John O. Vlvan, 21, and Melissa L Brabham, 21, both of Lantana. Thomas A. Henderslot, 22, and Brenda L Smith, 25, both of West Palm Beach. John A. Courtney, 24, of North Palm Beach, and Donna L Vancil, 20, of West Palm Beach. Ronald J. Gibson, 22, and Kathleen D. Johnston, 18, both of Boca Raton. MARRIAGE DISSOLUTIONS Delsie and Gilbert A. Perkins. Frances T. and Keith W. Francis. Cherise A. and William P. Reckner. Ethelmae Y. and Leonard T. Worthingston. Mary P. and Edward K. Hlne. Lynn L and Lester Smith. Roberta L and Prances D. Sullivan. Carolyn G. and Rayford S. Wilkinson. Nina C and Elliott Stevens. Portia and Charles McCoy. HortenseG and Paul J. Gagnon. Ginette and Jean Athenosy. Wilma L and Elwood Rowland. Helen and Charles H. Wooten. Roxanne L and John M. Water. Nancy M. and Thomas A. Purcell. FINAL JUDGMENTS Piper Village West Inc vs. Growth Realty Group Inc Plaintiff recovers $29,834.44. Crown Pants Co. vs. Burton Bell et al. Plaintiff recovers 14,563,80. Lora E Shatford vs. Intvenus Development & Industrial Corp. Plaintiff recovers $54,469.59. CIVILSUITS Katherlne Kelly vs. Louis Tori et al. 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