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Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, December 11, 1976 C3 14 Personals Cancer Claims Reporter Lisagor at 61 with the wit for which Lisagor was known: "I've had hundreds of inquiries about my defective voice, which has kept me silent for weeks and has improved the program immeasurably," it said. "Some Washington Week in Review viewers have felt blessed, others delivered and a few vindicated. "But mostly the cards and letters have been tea and sympathy, uncommon kindness and wishes for a quick POST-TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS AD CANCELLATION INFORMATION Foil Tim Wonl Ad clerks give a kill number when inncellolion order i! received. Advertisers ore requested lo moke o note of the number, ot it indicates the time ond dote ol cancellation (or youi protection, da not give o slop or-dec to ony employee who cannot give you o kill order number Fhone 833 4031 when cancelling youi od INDEX 1. Announcements 1- 02 Ihiu 1-24 2. Business Services 2- 05 thru 2-46 3. Education 3- 06 thru 3-08 4. Employment 4- 15 thru 4-57 recovery which my doctors and I share. Bless you one and all." A few hours after dictating the message, he was rushed to Northern Virginia Doctors Hospital, where he died. He had suffered from cancer of the lung and of the larynx. Lisagor was Washington bureau chief for the Chicago Daily News. He also wrote a weekly column, distributed by the News syndicate to more than 100 newspapers. The last column, for publication today, deals Area Deaths Maier, Julius, 74, of 2924 Avenue F, Riviera Beach. Howard Funeral HOme, Riviera Beach. Funeral Sunday. Nelson, Julia, 61, of 2034 Melody Lane, Juno. Howard Funeral Home, Riviera Beach. Funeral today. Riley, Clara Marie, 66, of 49 Willow Road, Tequesta. Village Funeral Home, Tequesta. Funeral mass Monday. Ressler, Elizabeth, 67, of 130 Stearn St., Lantana. Quattlebaum-Holleman- Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Steinberg, Harry, 81, of Green-briar A-314, Century Village, West Palm Beach. Levitt Memorial News of Record Eladio Del Valle, 28, of North Palm Beach, and Mary H. Ytuarte,23, of Juno Beach. Gary A. Savton, 24, and Marsha L McCabe, 20, both of West Palm Beach. George M. Schrenk III, 22, of Gainesville, and Rhonda L. Blair, 22, of Belle Glade. Leroy Henderson, 29, and Merelene Fleming, 21, both of Belle Glade. Phillip R. Hall, 39, and Patsy A. Thomas, 38, both Delray Beach. Raymond R. Bilodeau, 28, of Clewiston, and Betty J. Motes, 32, of Belle Glade. Timothy F. Rounds, 19, and Sue A. Berquist, 19, both of Lake Worth. MARRIAGE DISSOLUTIONS Katherine H. and James Kee. Joyce E. and William T. Castle. Charlotte, and Donald L Jackson. Lillie W. and Lee R. Meadows. Mary J. and Freddie L. Terry Jr. FINAL JUDGMENTS Port of Palm Beach District vs. Lloyd Caribe 5. Merchandise 5- 03 thru 5-63 6. Livestock 6- 10 thru 6-19 7. Financial 7 03 thru 8. Rentals 8- 03 thru 9. Rentals 9- 03 thru WASHINGTON (AP) - Peter Lisagor, one of the most respected reporters in the nation's capital and a political commentator known to millions of television viewers, died yesterday of cancer. He was 61. One of the last acts of his life was a message to people who had sent get-well wishes to the Public Broadcasting System's Washington Week in Review where he appeared regularly. The message, to be read last night on the program, was laced LEGAL NOTICES NO. 571805 LEGAL NOTICE The West Palm Beach Community Development Policy Advisory Committee will meet to conduct a field trip for review of the various requests regarding the Community Development Program for 1977-1978. Said meeting to convene at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, December 13, 1976, in the Parking Area of the Gaines Park Neighborhood Center. Oris R. McGulre Community Development Coordinator Publish: December 11, 1976 NO. 571807 Mr. Herman A. Benjamin, President of The Benjamin Foundation, Inc., hereby elves notice that the Annual Report of said Foundation for the fiscal year ended July 31, 1976 is available for inspection by any citizen during regular business hours at the Foundation's principal office at 2600 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, Florida 33407 upon request made within 180 days hereof. Publish: Dec. 11, 1976 NO. 671808 LEGAL NOTICE The West Palm Beach Community Development Policy Advisory Committee will meet on Tuesday, December 14, 1976, at 4: 00 p.m. in the Board Room of the West Palm Beach Library. Items to be considered: 1) . Administrative recommendations regarding the 1977-1978 Community Development Program. 2) . Receipt of rehabilitation report by the Coordinator. 3) . Scheduling of meetings necessary to finalize the 1977-1978 program to be recommended to the City Commission. (December 22nd projected completion.) 4.) New business. Oris R. McGulre Community Development Coordinator Publish: December 11, 1976 NO. 571756 NOTICE OF HEARING TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Commission of the City of West Palm Beach, Florida, will meet on the 20th day of December, 1976, at 7 p.m.. or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in the City Commission Chambers at the City Hall, 320 Second Street, City of West Palm Beach, Florida, and continuing from time to time and place to place as the said meeting may be adjourned, to consider certain construction and reconstruction of curbs, driveways and sidewalks on 35th Street, 29th Street, Liddy Avenue, 20th Street, Market Street, Worthlngton Street, Sunset Road, Hlllsboro Road, Merrill Avenue, Rldgewood Road, Dawes Avenue, Connls-ton Road, Nottingham Boulevard, Mad-dock Street, Macy Street, Lytle Street, Ly-tle Court, Gregory Road, South Congress Avenue, Green Street and Mcintosh Street, West Palm Beach, Florida, as set forth in Resolution No. 146-76. ALL persons are hereby advised that a description of each property assessed and the amount assessed to each property is available at the Office of the City Clerk, City of West Palm Beach, City Half. 320 Second Street, Palm Beach County, Florida. ALL persons are invited to attend the above meeting and any adjournment or adjournments thereof and present their views either in favor of or In opposition to the same. LYLA P. RILEY CITY CLERK BY ORDER OF THE CITY COMMISSION PUBLISH : The Palm Beach Post-Times December 4 and 11, 1976 NO. 571804 NOTICE OF PROPOSED ORDINANCE The below BUI, described by title only will be placed on second reading at the regular meeting of the City Commission of the City of West Palm Beach, Florida, to be held December 20, 1976, at 2 p.m., at the City Hall, 320 Second Street, or as soon thereafter as such BUI may be read. BILL NO. 1173-76 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 53 (ZONING) OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, 1962, AS AMENDED, CHANGING THE ZONING OF CERTAIN PROPERTIES IN SAIDCITY: REVISING THE ZONING MAP ACCORDINGLY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH; PROVIDING A SAVINGS CLAUSE: AN EFFECTIVE DATE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. Said Bill may be inspected in the Office of the City Clerk at the City Hall. Interested Parties may appear at said meeting and be eard with respect to the hill. BY ORDER OF THE CITY COMMISSION LYLA P.RILEY CITY CLERK PUBLISH: The Palm Beach Post-Times Saturday, December 11, 1976 FLOWERS CANDLELIGHT EVEN ON SUNDAYS C0NGMSS it FOREST HIU W-4025 FUNERAL NOTICES Real Estate Sales 10-06 thru 10-97 11. Co-Op Apts. & Condominiums 11- 06 thru 1108 12. Mobile Homes 12- 03 thru 12-13 13. Marine -13-06 thru 14. Aviation 14-06 thru PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Free Pregnency fotinc services. Call Life Line. 8 and counseiino 2-4621. WOMAN share apartment with same. Century Village. ona-WM atrer riv. WORKING lady and child would like to share expenses in Palm Beach Gardens or Lake Park area with same. Before 4PM, 626-7309. 100 TO A YOiltH 8 TO 17 FOR DOING AN OUTSTANDING UNSELFISH DEED IN 1976. CHECK PRESENTED DECEMBER 20. HOPELINE BOX 493. LAKE WORTH, 33460 ROOM for Season to Northern gentleman. Must have car. Easy access to golf courses. 967-0257. ANYONE With information on Basset Hound killed on Monday Dec. 6th. Between 7;05-7:15AM by hit and run' driver on the corner of Forest Hill Blvd. & Linda Lou ur. nease contact. Mr. Oempsey. 968-8607. Reward. SENIOR citizen or working woman share expenses of country home with same. xeasonaoie. yo-oioo. PREGNANT? PROBLEMS? Call Children's Home Society for Counseling. 844-9785 FEMALE tennis players for Palm Beach Gardens B team. 622-5691. ROOM and Board, Senior citizen. 3 meals. laundry, transportation. 655-3446 FEMALE to share duplex with same. 586-4971 SHARE apt., middle-aged woman. $30 ween, lonsioer coupie 3U. ojj-iwo. MALE share lerge house with same. 832- osn. SUNEIDESIS A realistic understanding of why you i alive. For information call 842-1 174, 15 Business Personals TROUBLED, distressed anxious. Coun-selors who care and help. 844-1212, EXECUTIVE'S RETREAT RELAXATION SPA FOR MEN 5934 OKEECHOBEE BLVD. 686-0479 SAUNA ROMAN TUBS ALL GIRL STAFF MASTERCHARGE i BANKAMERICARD INT R0DUCTORY SPECIAL $10 SINGLE - WIDOWED - DIVORCED Meet single people in Your area through private introduction. Since 1967. Call Mary McDonald toll free 1-800-282-0615. HYPNOSIS CLASSES. Relax, confidence, memory, sound sleep, end bad habits. So. Ha bcnooi or Hypnosis. 033-bj. WEDDINGS, Beautiful, discreet, dignified Civil Ceremonies. Evenings, or anytime weekends. 582-0669. DIVORCE FORMS. For free information, write. Post Ottice Box 79 1. Pompano, Florida 33061. Or call 1-941-6997 DIVORCE Forms. Full Ktt for No-Fault Divorce. Sample Script of Hearing. $12 -50. For Information Legalform Corp. Box 383 WPB H. XMAS Films, cartoons, comedies, rentals, protectionists equipment Herberts .anuria, gj-ojo 19 Babysitting, Nurseries 24 HOUR. 7 days, will babysit my home 713 for children any age. 10th & Fla. Mango area. 967-2691. will babvsit for workino mother, nice home West Gate. 689-0573 ' CHILD CARE 120 Week & up, Points. 686-5074. hot meats, near 4- Apts. 8-58 Houses 9-91 24 HR CHILD CARE With School. New mgt at Palm Lakes Swim & Tennis Club. Phonics, math jswim tennis. Ages 2-6. After school & eves aacs up. voz-muj. yu- n 1 1 . BUCHANAN S NURSERY (Belv. Homes) 6 WKS-6 YRS - UrtN 6'JU A.M Hot Lunch-Kindergarten. 683-0336 24 HR HOT MEALS LOIS'S Nur. & Kndg. Phonics, Certified Teacher. iv Kiiqrim. on v uixie. ?o-1 1 1 1 . EXPERIENCED Mother, will babysit, my home. Anv hours. 3 years and up. V65- 6148 1-22 Lost Found LOST. Tan Pekinese, male, with chain collar. Vicinity of Hypoluxo, High Ridge Koaa. terrioiy wisseqi yx-rn. LOST. Male brown Siamese Cat. Gramercy Park area children's pet. Reward. 683-7015. LOST 2" Gold 3 diamond bar pen. Near Sears or Zayre in WP6. Good reward Very sentimental value. Please return. J-IU3J. LOST. Male Flat-coaled Retriever black, long hair, 70lbs Family pet for five years, vicinity Western Lake Park. Re-ward 622-2350. LOST silver grey female Schnauzer named Tekie from Riviera Drive M i. Reward. 848-9372 FOUND Female Irish Setter State Road 706 - 711. Alter 5PM - 626-5030. Boats 1319 Black male miniature French Poo- vicinity ot lost Tree Village. Generous reward Please call 626-3969. REWARD for the return of Wire Wheel 77 Olds hubcabs. S100. 996-3587, Belle Glade. LOST. Black Cat red collar, tags. Re-ward. LW area 586-6742. 14-13 LOST; Grey black, white, male cat. Envi rons laxerarK newaro a-juiz. SHEPHERD, black and tan. Lost, Drexel Road Reward. 684-2332. FOUND Chihuahua, while I tan, young male. 582-3357. 1-23 Travel Opportunities DRIVE TO Cleve LA Frisco, Seattle AAAC0N Auto Transport 684-2211 CALIFORNIA - need refined, responsible adult Share driving, gas. References 582-4717, 1-24 Auto Delivery lots AUTO DRIVE-AWAY CO 80 Oflices USA ano Canada 911 5th Ave. So. LW 585-8700 burials. Hillcresl 1600. Ask for Lila Between 9AM-5PM SHIP YOUR CAR ANYPLACE USA-OVERSEAS AAAC0N Auto Transport 684-2211 D00R-T0-D00R AUTO DELIVERY BY DRIVEAWAY SERVICE 300 B WAY. RIV BCH 848-3432 2-Business Service Notices 2-08 Business Machine Repair TYPEWRITER-ADDING MACHINE Repairs. Reasonable 40 yrs exp Free pickup, delivery & estimates 832-1379 2-13 Appliance Repairing REPAIRS Needed? Home Appliance Ser- aii Maior Branos. ave. can Kav 585-5175 2-14 Television Repairs COLOR TV Service Reasonable LEE'S TV 5514 Broadwav WPB 842-9936 Nights. 622-1887 Master Charge. 2-15 Air Conditioning, H'ting AIR Conditioning Service and Installation on all major brands. 00 ALL AIR 606- 4V87. $10 SERVICE Call. Reverse cycle an cond heating retrig & appi. repair vmj- 654 (CACO-I055I) 2-16 Carpet Services CARPET CLEANING New dry-foam cleaning process w 100 satisfaction guaranteed IMPERIAL CARPETS -free est 686-2534 CARPET Cleaning and repairs - no gim- icks. lusr gooo worn voq-luo. CERMAK CARPET CLEANING Using Hot Water Extraction & Rotary Mach fabnguatd Free Est 848-BI96 2-18 Drapery Services HAVING trouble with your Drapery staliation? This is our only business call 967-7572 laundry for elderly, 2-20 Cabinetwork CUSTOM WORK laundry for elderly Home cooked food Cabinets vanities mica work, wall un- Is Bank AmericarO or Master Charge 586-2010 588-4060 CUSTOM CABINETRY - SHELVING KITCHENS BATHS ENURE HOUSE )oe CGC0095I . free Est. 845-2306 2-22 Painting. Decorating PAINTING & DEUIRAIING-lnlerior Exterior Roof coating pressure cleaning Minor repairs. 684-1068. tic U8837 Rav The Painter ' Quality Work Very Reasonable Prices, ' 586-6795 588-5971 after 6pm CT U93I4 PAINTING 10 YRS. $130 House $20 Room. 967-8073 EXPERIENCED Painting - W francies, 4112 Garden Dr, West Palm Beach, 655- 254V B-H Painting interior exterior, lent work Call Hank. 689-0204 COMPLETE Painting Service. Work in-sured-Guaranteed Neat Free Estimates 689-6611. PROFESSIONAL WORKMANSHIP Interior. Exterior Also Root cleaned & painlec REASONABLE U 881 . 622 8203 HOUSE Painting expertly done. lou 967-8119 R & R PAINT SERVICE Interior, exterior, free estimates. 586 3005 CALl Jim Bell 746-6010 Paint, Water- proofing Bldgs Homes Int-txt, Pressure Clean & Roof Paint U973. BRIGHTEN YOUR HOME FOR CHRISTMAS, PAINIING PRESSURE CLEANING. 842-2160. 844-2182. 2-23 Home Imprvt & Repair MINOR Root Repairs, Painting And Carpentry. Hrly. V6-3am CONCRETE STUCCO BLOCK Fair price, good work. CGC4558 U Kcliiy enterprises 746-4415 REPAIRS-Carpentry, Masonry, Plaster repairs bathroom tile, stucco, roofing painting 683-2268 FIX-IT CLINIC 683-7917 tt You Live In It. It's Our Business CERAMIC Tlt.E New and repair work. U-B41B. Free esti-mates 622 QS6 EXPERT plaster, stucco, patching Small lohs Reasonable Fast service 945 0592 CARPENIRY Repairs Paneling, kitchen , units, paintina Free estimates. It-censed o83-3075 CARPENIRY repairs. Paneling, kitchen . units, paintinb. Free estimates. Licensed. 683-3075 with Jimmy Carter's choice of Cyrus Vance as secretary of state. Lisagor had also been a regular panelist on the PBS program for 10 years and appeared often on another weekly political discussion program, Agronsky and Co., carried on the Post-Newsweek stations. His career was studded with journalistic honors, including the broadcast industry's Peabody Award in 1973 - an honor rare for a newspaperman. Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral Sunday. Rascovich, Mark R., 58, of 309 Garden Road, Palm Beach. Quattlebaum- Holleman- Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Monday. Stoneman, Louis C, 79, of 478 Tequesta Drive, Tequesta. North-wood Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Sulkowski, Mary P., 76, of 173 W. 13th St., Riviera Beach. Howard Funeral Home, Riviera Beach. Funeral mass Monday. Trivette, Donald C, 44, of 2834 SW Fourth St., Boynton Beach. Scobee-Ireland- Potter Funeral Home, Del-ray Beach. Funeral Monday. Inc. Plaintiff recovers $17,664.46. First Marine National Bank and Trust Co. of Jupiterequesta vs. John V. Dahtberg Jr. Plaintiff recovers $16,191.55. Gene Rudd et al. vs. Max R. Boiler et al. Plaintiff recovers $12,000. CIVIL SUITS The Good Samaritan Hospital Association Inc. vs. Martha Robbins et al. Suit for damages in excess of $2,500. Owen-Corning Fiberglass Corp. vs. Charles Klaus et al. Suit for damages in excess of $2,500. Falstaff Brewing Corp. vs. Carol Sellers. Suit for damages in excess of $2,500. Almon O. Thompson, DOS, PA. vs. William D. Findley. Suit for damages in excess of $2,500 p James Bennett et al. vs. Hattie R. Nicbkell et al Suit for damages in excess of $2,500. Philip Lobsinger et al. vs. Strum, Ruger, and Co. Inc Suit tor damages in excess of $2,500. Har-Bet Corp vs. Richard K. Goeddel et al. Suit for damages in excess of $2,500. CLASSIFIED DOROTHY S. COX Age 79, or 1106 N. Lakeside Dr., Lake Worth, died Thursday, December 9, 1976. Mrs. Cox was a member ot the First Presbyterian Church, Lake Worth. Survivors include her husband, Paul L. Cox ot Lake Worth, and son Paul L. Cox Jr. also ol Lake Worth; two grandchildren; and her sister, Mrs. Mary Tingle of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Funeral services will be held at the E. Earl Smith & Son Funeral Home, East Chapel, 1032 N. Dixie Hwy., Lake Worth, Monday, December 13, 1976 at 3 p.m.; Dr. Walter D. Reed, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church officiating. Interment will be in Memory Gardens Cemetery, Lake Worth. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m., Sunday. Contributions may be made to the Memorial Fund of the First Presbyterian Church, Lake Worth. JOAN BOELTZ Age 58, 2617 So. Federal Hwy., Boynton Beach, passed away Dec. 9th. She had lived here for the past 20 years, coming from Brentwood, Pa. Mrs. Boeltz and her husband owned and operated Jo-Al Restaurant In Boynton Beach until 1958. Survived by: her husband, Alvin of Boynton Beach; daughter, Ruth George, East Sparta, Ohio; son, Alvin C. Boeltz, Jr., Pompano Beach, Fla.; two brothers, Jim and George Hoey; one sister, Nel McKib-bon; six grandchildren. Funeral services and burial will be held in Pittsburgh, Pa Scobee- Combs Funeral Home, Boynton Beach, in charge of local arrangements. WILLIAM H. THOMAS Age 61, of 503 1st Avenue South, died Thursday afternoon, Dec. 9, 1976 In Lake Worth. Mr. Thomas was a city employee In the Water Dept. for 18 years. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Dorothy G. Thomas of Lake Worth; stepsons, William Guthrie, Bernard Guthrie and Michael Guthrie, all of Lake Worth; stepdaughter, Mrs. Patricia Phillips of Tampa; brothers, Thomas Thomas, Dewey Thomas, Lemuel Thomas, all of Pennsylvania; sisters, Mrs. Josephine Houseman, Mrs. Leah Thomas and Mrs. Susan Neich-man, all of Pennsylvania; and thirteen step-grandchildren. Friends may call at the E. Earl Smith & Son Funeral Home East Chapel, 1032 No. Dixie Hwy., Lake Worth from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. today (Saturday). Services and Interment will be in Valley Forge, Penn. Contributions may be made to the Lions Club of Lake Worth or the Palm Beach County Heart Fund. JULIUS MAIER Age 74, of 2924 Avenue F, Riviera Beach, passed away Dec. 10, 1976. He Is survived by his wife Sophia; one son son, Herbert of North Palm Beach; four sisters, Mrs. Pauline Ansel, Riviera Beach, Mrs. Beate Steinbreck, Lake Worth, Mrs. Emma Stoll, Agawam, Mass., and Mrs. Elsa Hummel, Enlngen, Germany; one brother, Otto Maier, Miami, and two grandchildren. Funeral Service will be held 4 p.m. Sunday at William N. Howard Funeral Home, 2730 Broadway, Riviera Beach. Friends may call at the Chapel on Saturday from 7-9 p.m. Friends may make donations to the Heart or Cancer Society. CLARA MARIE RILEY Age 66, of 49 Willow Rd.. Tequesta, died Thursday at a local Hospital. Mrs. Riley Is survived by her husband John W. Riley; two sons, William P. Riley of Greenacres, and James F. Riley of Lake Park; three sisters, Mrs. Emily Cavanaugh ot Johnston, Rhode Island, Mrs. Eva Beleck of Waterford, Connecticut, and Mrs. Ida Mathias of Woonsocket, Rhode Island; and four grandchildren. Funeral Mass will be held 10 a.m. Monday, 13th. at Saint Jude's Catholic Church, Tequesta, followed by burial In Jupiter Cemetery. Wake services will be held 8 p.m. Sunday at the Village Funeral Home, 307 Tequesta Drive. Friends may call from 7-9 p.m. Saturday, and 2-4, and 7-9 p.m. Sunday at the Funeral Home. DONALD C. TRIVETTE Age 44, of 2834 S.W. 4th Street, Boynton Beach, passed away Friday, December 10th at Bethesda Memorial Hospital. He was an agent for the Internal Revenue Service, Fort Lauderdale and came to Florida In 1962 from New Jersey. He Is survived by his wife, Doris; a daughter, Donna, both of Boynton Beach; a son, Steven of Stetson University, De-land, Florida; a brother, Walter of Delray Beach; and his mother, Mrs. Walter Trivette, Sr. of Delray Beach. Funeral services will be held on Monday, December 13th at 10 a.m. at the Scobee-Ireland-Potter Funeral Home, Delray Beach. Reverend William Roughton, Pastor Cason United Methodist Church, officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home on Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment In Palm Beach Memorial Park. EDNA MAE WAITMAN Age 56, 608H Tamarind Ave., West Palm Beach, passed away Monday, after a short illness. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m., Saturday. Stevens Brothers Funeral Home Chapel. Friends may call Saturday 9 a.m. until service time. Stevens Brothers Funeral Home In charge. 15. Automotive 15-06 thru 15-40 1 -Announcements 1-02 Cemetery ONE Lot for two Cemetery 1225. 968 - Boeltz, Joan, 58, of 2617 S. Federal Highway, Boynton Beach. Scobee-Combs Funeral Home, Boynton Beach. Funeral in Pittsburgh, Pa. Dickerson, George, 47, of 818 SE Second Ave., Delray Beach. Scobee-Ireland- Potter Funeral Home, Del-ray Beach. Doby, Gussie M., 80, of 944 31st St., West Palm Beach. Coleman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Monday. Eckert, Virgil H., 77, of 621 S. L St., Lake Worth. E. Earl Smith and Son East Chapel, Lake Worth. James, Anna B., 80, of 2965 Via Palma, Lake Worth, and 3724 Green Mount Ave., Baltimore, Md. Dorsey Funeral Home, Lake Worth. MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLCIATIONS Jon L Mallard, 40, of North Palm Beach, and Nancy A. Dixon, 29, of Hilton Head Island, S.C. William E. Burton, 61, of Palm Beach, and Vera L Monroe, 44, of West Palm Beach. Larry R. Wills, 22, of West Palm Beach, and Fa ith E. Rowland, 22, of Belle Glade. James E Lawson, 21, and Judith A Sowa, 20, both of Lake Worth. Leonard T. Worthingston, 44, of Greenacres City, and Claire Hoosac, 31, of West Palm Beach. Hayden w. Billman, 59, and Margaret J. Crawford, 42, both of Delray Beach. Lawson W. Atchison, 21, and Janet D. Webster, 19. both of West Palm Beach. Richard A. Noyler II, 23, and Kathleen M. Dye, 24, both of Boca Raton. John F. O'Malley, 59, and Miriam E. Hofeling, 6a, both of Boca Raton. Richard F. Pronti, 52, of North Palm Beach, and Lorraine R. Carnuccio, 38, of Palm Beach Gardens. CLASSIFIED MARK RANDOLPH RASCOVICH Mr. Rascovich, 58 years old, of 309 Garden Road, Palm Beach, Fl died at a local hospital after a sudden illness. Born In San Francisco, Mr. Rascovich was educated in Europe and was a graduate of the University of Upsola in Sweden. A Veteran of World War II, he served with the U.S. Army Air Corps in Africa and the North Atlantic. In recent years, he was engaged in ocean towing and ocean salvage and was associated with the Woods HoleOceanographic Laboratory. A well known author and writer, Mr. Rascovich was just completing a novel for publication dealing with marine research in arctic waters. Among his earlier works were such novels as: "Flight of the Dancing Bear", 'The Eagle and His Egg", "The Bedford Incident", and more recently "Falkenhorst". He authored, along with Capt. Bucher, the first full story of 'The Pueblo Incident". Mr. Rascovich was prominent in fishing circles and served two years as President of the Sailfish Club of Florida and was the founder of the Sailfish Club of Florida's Gold Cup Invitational Sailfish Tournament, which Is an annual affair held each January. Survivors Include his wife: Mrs. Florence R. Rascovich; two sons: Mark R. Rascovich and Lars T. Rascovich, all of Palm Beach, Fl.; also surviving is a half-brother: Mr. Eric Robbert, in Sweden. Funeral Services will be held 11:30 a.m. Monday at Quattlebaum- Holleman- Burse Funeral Home, 1201 South Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach, with the Rev. Hunsdon Cary, Jr., D.D., Rector of Bethesda-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Royal Palm Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9 p.m. on Sunday. ELSIE M. SCHROYER Age 75, of 3654 Poinciana Dr., Lake Worth, died Wednesday, December 8, 1976. Florida resident 29 years from Haddon-fleld, N.Y., formerly living in Miami and Plantation, Fla. Survived by husband Philip B., Lake Worth; son, Philip B., Jr., of Pennsauken, N.J. Funeral services 11 a.m., Monday, December 13, at graveside, Lauderdale Memorial Park, 2001 S.W. 4th Ave., Fort Lauderdale, Fla., conducted by Rev. Edward L. Bin-kins Jr., pastor Plantation United Methodist Church. Friends may call at E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home, West Chapel, 3772 S. Military Tr., Lake Worth, Sunday, December 12. from 7-9 p.m. of solids, (hecks and FOR $37) MALI 10-9:30 PALM BEACH MALI 10-10 t II I ll a 2 VAULTS-Lots. Memorial Gardens. Sacn- fice price 585-6348 ROYAL Palm Memorial Cemetery, including custom crypt and 12X24 Bronze plaque. Sacrifice tl SO call 683-1841. TWO Burial Rights, two adult vaults, 1 Companion bronze Memorial. Hilicrest. $1.000 683-5269. 1-10 Business CINNY'S INTERIORS Announcing opening of unique furniture gallery, featuring Natural Wicker and Snmitive craft. T210 Gateway Road, (off Id Dixie) Lake Clarke. 845-2769, 1-12 Special Notices MUSIC for all occasions. Vic Hall and his accordion 2 Hours $30. 3 Piece band available. 582-546L NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Federal and County Laws prohibit discrimination in advertising on the basis of race, color creed, sex or national origin. We request your assistance in assuring that all advertising will reflect no such WOMEN'S CLINIC PREGNANCY TESTS, COUNSELING AND BIRTH CONTROL. VACUUM ABORTIONS AT $130.00 FLORIDA WOMEN'S MEDICAL CLINIC, INC. 800 CYPRESS CREEK ROAD FT. LAUDERDAtE 1-772-1123 GUSSIE MAY DOBY 944 31st Street, West Palm Beach, passed away on Tuesday. Survivors include niece Edith Carter, Boston, Mass.; six cousins: Willie Sanders, Luella Carter, both of Cleveland, Ohio; John H. Nixon, Delray Beach; Dorothy Conley, Brooklyn, New York; Lynn Manns, New York City; and Proctor Houston, Rockledge, Fla., other relatives, daughter-in-law, Mary D. Gordon; two devoted friends, Maude Bryant, and Lillie McDonald, all of West Palm Beach; Two godchildren, and many friends. Funeral service will be held 3 p.m. on Monday at Trinity United Methodist Church. Friends may call, 2-9 p.m. on Sunday at the West Palm Beach Chapel of the Coleman Funeral Home and on Monday 11 a.m. until service time at the church. GEORGE DICKERSON Age 47, of 818 SE 2nd Avenue, Delray Beach, passed away Friday, December 10. He was a member of the Delray Masonic Lodge No. 171 F&AM. He is survived by his widow, Mary Margaret Dickerson, Delray Beach; two daughters, Mary Katherine Dickerson, and Barbara Ann Hare. Private memorial services are being held at the convenience of the family. Scobee-Ireland- Potter Funeral Home, Delray Beach In charge of arrangements. MARY P. SULKOWSKI Age 76, of 173 W. 13th Street, Riviera Beach, passed away December 9, 1976. Mother of Firechief Frank N. Sulkowski, Riviera Beach and Mrs. Veronica Kozubal of Lakewood, New Jersey; also survived by six grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Funeral mass will be held Monday, 10 a.m. at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Riviera Beach. Rosary will be recited Sunday, 8 p.m. at Howard Funeral Home, 2730 Broadway, Riviera Beach. Friends may call at the chapel, Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment will be in Royal Palm Memorial Gardens, West Palm Beach. LOUIS C. STONEMAN 79, of 478 Tequesta Dr., Tequesta, passed away Friday morning, December 10, 1976 In a local hospital. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. Ruth S. Hamilton of Tequesta. Friends who wish may make contributions to the First United Presbyterian Church Fund, Tequesta, in memory of Mr. Stone-man. 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