The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 12, 1976 · Page 48
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 48

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Sunday, December 12, 1976
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B12-Palm Beach Post-Timea, Sunday, December 12, 1976 Area Protest Goes for Naught Deaths CORAL SPRINGS (AP) - A former mayor got up on his horse to lead other Coral Springs residents in a protest yesterday against five visiting Russian building technicians. The visit was part of a tour sponsored by the U.S. State Department to show the Russians the American technology used in "new towns" such as Coral Springs. About 75 demonstrators gathered at the Coral Ridge Country Club where the Russians were to have lunch after touring the community as guests of the developer of Coral Ridge Properties. Awaiting their arrival, former mayor Jim Edwards waved a protest sign as he sat atop his horse. : Edwards and the others complained: about the treatment of Russian Jews, adding that the Soviet Union has broken the Helsinki agreement on reunification of Jewish families. The Russian visitors apparently :Z never saw the protesters. Five men dressed in drab business" suits and carrying cameras drove. past the protesters and were escort-,!; ed to the club entrance. They later-- proved to be decoys sent by the host builder. Meanwhile, a short distance away, Yevgenty Markov and his colleagues -from the Town Building Institute 1 were quietly dining at the Bank of " Coral Springs. Antevil, Howard M., 68, of 909 Lakeshore Drive, Lake Park. Howard Funeral Home, Riviera Beach. Funeral yesterday. Bohny, Alfred J., 83, of 20 Cascade Lane, Palm Beach Shores. Levitt Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Connor, Hazel R., 48, 501 N. J Street, Lake Worth. Frank M. Legge Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Funeral Wednesday. Camolli, Peter, 84, of 4245 Conrad Circle, Lake Worth. Dorsey Funeral. Home, Lake Worth. Davis, Burton, 78, of 2932 Scanlan Ave., Lake Worth. Lakeside Chapel, Lake Worth. Elstone, Percy, 84, 1009 Sixth Ave. South, Lake Worth. Funeral Tuesday. E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home East Chapel, Lake Worth. Gibson, James C, 62, of 701 Lori Drive, Palm Springs. Dorsey Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Hammar, Hubert H., 79, 1239 Mango Drive, West Palm Beach, Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. King, Rose, 89, of 2170 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., West Palm Beach. Dorsey Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Oswald, Margaret B., 83, of 14844 Palmwood Road, Juno Beach. Howard Funeral Home, Riviera Beach. Funeral in Kearney, N.J. Renfroe, Mae K., 89, 5451 Pennock Point Road, Jupiter. Funeral in Quitman, Ga. Village Funeral Home, Tequesta. Schuh, Alfred E., 74, 1516 S. Lake side Drive, Lake Worth. Funeral Tuesday. E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home, East Chapel, Lake Worth. Seager, Mildred, 95, of 220 Pine Drive, Boynton Beach. Lakeside Chapel, Lake Worth. Tuck, Maude B., 97, of 1709 Kath-erine Court, Lake Worth. E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home, East Chapel, Lake Worth. Whitetree, Jesse W., 76, of 822 S.W. Lakeview Drive, Sebring. Northwood Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. FUNERAL NOTICES CLASSIFIED CLASSIFIED w DON'T BE FORGOTTEN" ELIZABETH RESSLER Mrs. Ressler, 67 years old, of 130 Steam Street, Lantana, Florida died Friday, December 10, 1976. Mrs. Ressler had been a resident of the Palm Beaches, since 1960, coming here from VinelanH, N.J. She was widely known In the Palm Beaches as the owner and operator of Ressler's Hearing Aid Centers. She is survived by her son: Steven M. Ressler and a grandson: Steven Y. Ressler, both of Lantana, Fla.; a sister: Carolyn Grevlick of Rldgewood, N.J. and a brother: Rudolph Yohnlck of Easton, Pa. Private Funeral Services for the family were held Saturday, December 11th. at Quattlebaum- Holleman- Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. ELIZABETH POOLE Age 72, of 3301 Karen Drive, Delray Beach passed away on December 10, 1976. Funeral services will be held Monday, December 13, 1978 at 11 a.m. at Palm Beach Memorial Park, Boynton Beach. No viewing hours at funeral home. Lome Funeral Home of Delray Beach is in charge of arrangements. LOUISE STARLING OLIVER Age 45, 1247 West 25th Street, Riviera Beach passed away Saturday. Surviving are her husband, Hubert Oliver Riviera Beach, one daughter, Wllhemina Foster, Riviera Beach, her parents' Bishop Hosey, Sr., Mattle Hosey, both of Riviera Beach, two brothers. Bishop Hosey, Jr., and Bobby Hosey; five sisters-Florlne Buggs, Barnwell, S. Carolina, Carrie Bell Jenkins, West Palm Beach, Annie Mae Kennedy, Riviera Beach, Daisy Mae Small, Daytona Beach. Fena Mae Hosey, Riviera Beach; eight grandchildren, two uncles, two aunts, several nieces and nephews. Stevens Brothers, Riviera Beach will announce the arrangements. TOTAL PRICE INCLUDES: 2 ACTS OF CREMATION ; 2 CREMATION URNS 1 DOUBLE CREMATION NICHE PERPETUAL CARE FOR ALL TIME INCLUDED IN PRICE. MILDRED SEAGER Age 95 of 220 Pine Point Drive, Apt. A, Boynton Beach passed away Saturday. Survivors Include her daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Mentel, Boynton Beach, two sisters, Mrs. Helen Mosher, Lake Worth and Mrs. Rose Pfarr of Tampa, two grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren all of Cleveland, Ohio. Private services will be held at a later date. Lakeside Chapel, Lake Worth, in charge of arrangements. MARIE C. QUART ARARO Mrs. Quartararo, 71 years old, of 811 Flamingo Drive, West Palm Beach, died Friday, December 10, 1976. She Is survived by her daughter: Mrs. Daniel V. Ventura of New York. N.Y.: three brothers: Eugene Van Degna, also of New York, N.Y.; Michael Van Degna of Schenectady, N.Y. and Thomas Van Degna of Woodslde, N.Y.; and a sister: Mrs. Anna Manfre of South Ozone Park, N.Y. Rosary Services will be held at 8:00 p.m. Sunday at Quattlebaum- Holleman- Burse Funeral Home, 1201 South Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach. A Scripture Service will be held at the funeral home at 9:30 a.m. on Monday with a priest from St. Ann's Catholic Church, officiating. Interment will follow In Queen of Peace Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9 p.m. on Sunday. Ll LE VITT y DON'T BE TALKED INTO THE DISPOSAL IDEA. DON'T BE UNDER THE IMPRESSION A PERMANENT CREMATION SPACE COSTS A LOT OF MONEY. DON'T WAIT FIND OUT NOW. FLOWERS CANDLELIGHT EVEN ON SUNDAYS CONGRESS at FOREST Hill M5-4025 FtMKFUL HOME J Sterling T. Ritrhie, n L-1EVITT memorial chapels 625 S. Olive Av.., Wtit Palm lth, Fl. 33401 833-4413 PHILIP WEINSTEIN, F.D. HAPKLS. INC. J V. LI U Vice President West Chapel 3772 S. Military Tr. 964-37723773 Nutioniil Scire trd Wortioimi"- SEND COUPON TODAY FOR ALL THE FACTS AND INFORMATION. THIS OFFER IS LIMITED, MAIL COUPON TODAY. IPA LMB EaGM EM OrTaT PARK I to Hillcrest Memorial Park ! PALM BEACH Iiriinnill B1B.,lW.Palm Beach, Fla. 33405 mklllUnlAL PARR ' Dear SirS! Pleas lenci complete information and j I details to: J is completely name Non-sectarian ADDRESS and open to ' all faiths lCITY STATE I PHONE ..... ........J, East Chapel 1032 N. Dixie Hwy., Lake Worth 582-33413389 Mrmbrr Golden Hull und MAE K. RENFROE Age 89 of 5451 Pennock Point Road, Jupiter passed away December 11 In a local hospital. She was born In Brooks County, Georgia and had lived in this area the past twenty-one years coming from Quitman, Georgia. She was a member of the Beacon Baptist Church, Jupiter. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Meyer of Jupiter, a son, James S. Renfroe of Augusta, Georgia, four grandsons, and one great-granddaughter. A graveside funeral service will be held Tuesday morning at Oak Hill Cemetery In Quitman, Georgia. Friends may call at the Village Funeral Home on Tequesta Drive Sunday (today) 7-9 p.m. ALFRED J. BOHNY Age 83, of 200 Cascade Lane, Palm Beach Shores, passed away Saturday. Survived by wife, Marie; brothers: Eugene Bohny of Haledon, New Jersey; and Emil Bohny, Brlcktown, New Jersey; grandfather of Mary Louise, Mark and Corporal Robert Bohny, United States Marine. He was a life member of the Paterson Elks Club No. 60; American Legion, Hawthorne, New Jersey; Kiwanis Club, Riviera Beach; he was president of Modern Central Dyeing Co., Paterson, New Jersey; he was a veteran of World War I; and he was the vice mayor of Palm Beach Shores from 1954-1956. Services will be held Wednesday in Hawthorne, New Jersey. Levitt Memorial Chapels, Inc., 625 S. Olive, Is In charge of local arrangements. MARK RANDOLPH RASCOVICH Mr. Rascovlch, 58 years old, of 309 Garden Road. Palm Beach, Fla., died at a local hospital after a sudden Illness. Born In San Francisco, Mr. Rascovlch 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 Hole Oceanographlc Laboratory. A well known author and writer, Mr. . Rascovlch 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. Rascovlch was prominent In fishing circles and served two years as President of the Sailflsh Club of Florida and was the founder of the Sailflsh Club of Florida's Gold Cup Invitational Sailflsh Tournament, which Is an annual affair held each January. Survivors include his wife: Mrs. Florence R. Rascovlch; two sons: Mark R. Rascovlch and Lars T. Rascovich, all of Palm Beach, Fla. ; also surviving Is a half-brother: Mr. Eric Robbert, In Sweden. Funeral services will be held at 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 7 to 9 p.m. on Sunday. DOROTHY S. COX Age 79. of 1106 N. Lakeside Dr., Lake Worth, died Thursday, December 9, 1976. Mrs. Cox was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, Lake Worth. Survivors include her husband: Paul L. Cox of Lake Worth, and son Paul L. Cox Jr. also of 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. GUSSIE MAY DOBY 944 31st Street, West Palm Beach, paised away on Tuesday. Survivors Include niece Edith CarUT, 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 Llllle McDonald, all of West Palm Beach. Two godchildren and many friends. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. on Monday at Trinity United Methodist Church, Friends may call from 2-9 p.m. on Sunday at the West Palm Beach Chapel of the Coleman Funeral Home and on Monday at 11 a.m. until service time at the church. Here's how to get a TV Game Free Exclusively at First American Bank PETER CAMOLLI Age 84 of 4245 Conrad Circle, Lake Worth, passed away Saturday morning. Survivors Include wife, Mrs. Virginia Camolli, son Louis Camolli, both of Lake Worth and two grandsons, Wayne Camolli of Vernon, N.Y., Gary Camolli of Lake Worth. Funeral services will be held 3 p.m. Monday at the Dorsey Funeral Home, 3525 South Congress Avenue, Lake Worth. Additional services and Interment will be In Beaver Falls, N.Y. Friends will be received by the family from 2 p.m. to service time Monday at the Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers friends who wish may make memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society In memory of Mr. Camolli. FANNIE JONES Age 66. 2901 Avenue F, Riviera Beach. Funeral service 2 p.m., Monday, Hilltop Baptist Church. Reverend Griffin Davis officiating. Burial Glenwood Memorial Cemetery. Friends may call today (Sunday), 2-9 p.m. at Stevens Brothers Riviera Beach Chapel. PERCY ELSTONE Age 84 of 1009 6th Ave., North, Lake Worth died in Atlantis early Saturday morning, December 11, 1976. He came to Lake Worth in 1954 from Detroit, Michigan. Retired tool maker for the Ford Motor Company. Past President of the Lake Worth Michigan Club serving In that office for six years. Member of the Three I's of Lake Worth, member of the Flndlator Lodge No. 475 AF and AM. Detroit, Michigan, past patron and member of O.E.S. No. 446, Detroit, Michigan. Survivors: wife, Mrs. Agnes H. Elstone of Lake Worth, stepson Mr. Jack D. Webb of Plantation, Fla., eight grandchildren, nieces and great nieces. Funeral services will be held 3 p.m. Tuesday, December 14, 1976 at the E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home, East Chapel, 1032 North Dixie Highway, Lake Worth. HOWARD M. ANTEVIL Age 68 of 909 Lakeshore Drive, Lake Park, passed away December 10, 1976. Mr. Antevil was a practicing attorney in Palm Beach for 15 years. He Is survived by his wife Dorothea, one son, Jeffrey of Washington, D.C., one daughter, Mrs. Judith H. Hygren, New Haven, Conn., and four grandsons. Private funeral services were held for the family at Howard Funeral Home, 2730 Broadway, Riviera Beach on Saturday. VIRGIL H. ECKERT Age 77 of 621 South "L" Street, Lake Worth died Friday, December 10, 1976. He is a life member of Gulfstream Lodge No. 245 F and AM. Survivors Include wife, Irene Eckert of Lake Worth, four sons, Howard of Stuart, Bob Eckert, West Palm Beach, Frank Eckert of Union City, Tenn., Raymond Eckert of Lantana, Fla., nine grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Hershel Hayes and Mrs. Joel Elliot of Hopklnsvllle, Kentucky. Graveside funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Monday, December 13, 1976 at Memory Gardens Cemetery by the Gulf-stream lodge No. 245 F and AM, Lake Worth. Friends may call at the E. 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