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Area deaths day at Stone Brothers Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. Services at 2 p.m. Saturday at Apostolic Church of Jesus, Fort Pierce. Martin County C Lessie T. Berrtley - - 97, Hobe Sound She died Monday. .Born in Tallahassee, Mrs. Bentley was a Hobe Sound resi-denfrsince 1924. ' Survivors include Eliza Ford anH" Annie Pattefton, both of Hobe- Sound; a . sister, Fannie Tunner; and nine grandchildren. Imitation from 3 to 7 p.m. Friday at Stone Brothers Funeral Hdtfie, Fort Pierce. :.SeTvices at 1 p.m. Saturday at StlMatthew Primitive Baptist Church, Hobe Sound. '". Arthur Louis James 78, Stuart Se died Wednesday. in Npw Tersev. Mr. neral Home, Fort Pierce. Millie R. Huffman 98, Fort Pierce She died Wednesday. Born in Kentucky, Mrs. Huffman was a Fort Pierce resident since 1954. She was predeceased by her husband, Archie. Survivors include two sons, including William of Fort Pierce; a daughter, Elizabeth Sloan of Okeechobee; eight grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren. Visitation from 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday at Haisley-Hobbs Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. Services at 11 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Contributions may be made to the First United Methodist Church, 616 Orange Ave., Fort Pierce, Fla. 34950. Palm Beach. Memorial services today. Kichura, Anne, of West Palm ; Beach. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Saturday. MacDonald, Suzanne, 75, of' Boca Raton. All County Funeral -Home and Crematory. Mantila, Senja, 92, of Lantana. Babione-Stephenson Funeral' Home, Lantana. Funeral Satur-' day. Marcello, Julia B., 73, of Lake Worth. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Mayo, Julian, 93, of Lantana. Dorsey Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Morales, Armando 0., 80, of West Palm Beach. Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral today. Rubensten, Mildred, 89, of Boca Raton. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Graveside services Sunday. Saitta, Jean, 79, of Boynton Beach. Boynton Memorial Chapel, Boynton Beach. Funeral Monday. Schmidt, Grover, 69, of Boca Raton. Robert J. Babione Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Steckel, Anna R., 87, of Boca Raton. Robert J. Babione Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Swanson, Henrietta, 91, of Palm Beach Gardens. Thomas L. Price Funeral Home, North Palm Beach. Funeral today. Van Horn, James J., of Delray Beach. Lome and Sons Funeral Home, Delray Beach. Funeral Saturday. Vernon, Susie, 78, of Belle Glade. Taylor, Smith and West Aycock Funeral Home, Jupiter. Biller, Sylvia, 82, of West Palm Beach. Menorah Gardens & Funeral Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral today. Borski, Lorraine, 77, of West Palm Beach. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Conley, Thomas, 77, of Royal Palm Beach. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral in New Jersey. Critchfield, C. Robert, of Atlantis. Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Saturday. Cronk, Thelma, 81, of Greena-cres. Dorsey Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Davis, James L., 60, of Riviera Beach. Royal Palm Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Monday.' Dontica, George Perez, 31, of West Palm Beach. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Dunnaway, Homer, 66 of Boyn-ton Beach. American Burial and Cremation, Lake Worth. Ebersold, Stephen M., 49, of Lantana. Babione-Stephenson Funeral Home, Lantana. Funeral Saturday. Epstein, Milton L., 80, formerly of Delray Beach. Joseph Rubin Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral today in Glendale, N.Y. Evans, Charles, 76, of West Palm Beach. E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home, Memory Gardens Chapel, Lake Worth. Visitation today; funeral Saturday. Fields, Thomas, 79, of Paho-kee. Taylor, Smith and West Funeral Home, Belle Glade. Funeral Saturday. Hodus, Mona L., 42, of Boynton Beach. Levitt Weinstein Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral today. Hull, Donald, 75, of Palm Springs. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Kabat, Darwin F., 82, of Palm Beach Gardens. Riverside-Gordon Memorial Chapel, West Born in Illinois, Mr. Kozlowski was a Port St. Lucie resident for 28 years. Prior to retirement he worked for the Caterpillar Corp. He was predeceased by his wife, Eleanor. Contributions made be made to the American Lung Association, 2701 N. Australian Ave., West Palm Beach, Fla. 33407. Arrangements by Haisley-Hobbs Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. Arthur Harry Oesterheld Jr. 86, Port St. Lucie He died Wednesday. Born in New York, Mr. Oesterheld was a Port St. Lucie resident since 1977. He served in the Army during World War II. He graduated from Dartmouth College. Prior to retirement he was an assistant comptroller for a gas transmission corporation. Survivors include his wife, Gwen; two sons; a daughter, Janet Greaves of Okeechobee; and a grandchild. Contributions may be made to the Stuart United Congregational Church of Christ. Arrangements by Young & Prill Funeral Home, Stuart. Alonzo Williams 70, Fort Pierce He died March 17. Born in Alabama, Mr. Williams was a Fort Pierce resident for 40 years. Prior to retirement he was a citrus laborer. Survivors include his wife, Cora; three sons, including Robert Marshall and Alozo Spires both of Fort Pierce; four daughters, including Diane Washington, Kimberly Williams and Latosha Williams, all of Fort Pierce; two brothers; a sister; 15 grandchildren and 19 greatgrandchildren. Visitation from 3 to 7 p.m. to FUNERAL NOTICES Okeechobee County Elaine Gloria Davis 52, Okeechobee She died Wednesday. Ms. Davis was a lifelong Okeechobee resident. Survivors include her father and stepmother; a son; four daughters, including Brenda Garrison, Margarite Douglas and Juanita Yother of Okeechobee; a brother, Teddy Prescott of Port St. Lucie; and two sisters, including Linda Christian of Okeechobee. Services 2 p.m. today at the Buxton Funeral Home, Okeechobee. Contributions may be made to Hospice of Okeechobee, P.O. Box 1548, Okeechobee, Fla. 34973. Pamela T. Jackson 33, Okeechobee She died Friday. Ms. Jackson was born in Belle Glade. Survivors include her parents, Walter and Ethel; children, Ebony and Catavis; sisters, Deborah Jackson and Merita McK-enzie; and six brothers, including Alexander Johnson, Walter Jackson Jr., Walter Jackson, Gregory Jackson and Roland Jackson, all of Okeechobee. Visitation from noon to 1 p.m. Saturday at Bethel Baptist Church. Services at 1 p.m. Saturday at the church. Arrangements by Buxton Funeral Home, Okeechobee. Palm Beach County Bell, Dorothy, 63, of Riviera Beach. LARRY LEWIS age 51, of West Patm Beach, Fla. went home to be with The Lord on March 22, 1998. He was a native of Lake City, Florida coming to West Palm Beach, Fla. in 1968. He was an employee of The Breakers Hotel In Palm Beach for 27 years. He attended Palm View Bible Fellowship, West Palm Beach, Fla. He leaves to cherish memories his father and step-mother, William and Lucy M. Lewis, Sr.; four children: Delores Greer (Rolando Greer), Larry James Lewis and Michael P. Lewis (Pearl Lewis) and father figure to Tanya Thomas; six grandchildren; mother of his children, Mary J. Lewis-Walsh; one brother, William Lewis, Jr.; one sister, Del oris L. McGill (Octavious McGill); host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. Memorial Celebration on Saturday. March 28, 1998. 1:00 p.m. at Mt. Zion Primitive Baptist Church, 1425 9th St., W.P.B, Fla. Elder Cornice Reid, Pastor with Pastor Gary Butler officiating. Final rites and burial will be held on April 4, 1998 In Lake City, Florida with CAESAR'S FUNERAL HOME directing. Friends may call on Saturday, March 28th, 11:00a.m. until Servicetlme at Mt. Zion Church. Funeral arrangements to STEVENS BROS. FUNERAL HOME. BOB MONTGOMERY Departed this Life on Sunday March 22, 1998. He leaves to cherish his memory, a loving wife, Annie Grace Montgomery; five daughters. Hazel Williams (Bobby), Mahalia Davis (Claude), Betty James (L.C.), Rose Bodiford (Ferrel) aU of Orlando, Fla. Bettye Holmes (Don), Riviera Beach; four sons. R.T., Harris, Elliott Jurineack (Amelia), Bobby Montgomery Jr. (Mary) all of Orlando, Fla.. Willie Thomas of Riviera Beach; five sisters, Ruth Hagans (Tubus), Louelle Jackson, Bertha Lou Taylor (Ernest). Jinetta Underwood (Clifford), Pearly Williams (Ron) all of Lakeland, Fla.; seven brothers. Robert (Barbara), Roger (Jean), George, Willie (Dee), Marion, Charles (Patricia), and Terry Montgomery all of Lakeland, Fla. And a host of grandchildren, great grand nieces, nephews and other relatives and sorrowing friends. Homegotng services will be held on Sat., March 28. 1998 at 1:30 p.m. SIDERS CHAPEL, 1600 No. Dixie Hwy. W.P.B. Friends may call today Friday 5-8 p.m. at the chapel. ELIZABETH ANN REED Mrs. Reed 71 years old of West Palm Beach. Fl., died Tuesday, March 24, 1998 at a local hospital following an extended illness. Mrs. Reed had been a resident of West Palm Beach since 1944 coming here from Brownstown, Indiana where she had been a long time member of the Brownstown Christian Church. Survivors include her husband, John Robert Reed, West Palm Beach. Fl.; a son, Gary Thomas Reed. Aipharetta. Ga. and her sister. Wilms Ie Kinworthy. San Diego, Ca. Also surviving are four grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be heM at 3 00 P.M. on Saturday. March 28. 1998 al WUATTLEBAlJM-HOLLEMAN-BURSE FUNERAL HOME, LM1 South Olive Avenue. West Palm Bearh with Neil Rasmuasen, a very dear friend, officiating. Interment wiU take place at a later dale in Fairview Cemetery, Brownstown, Indiana. Friends may call al the Funeral Home on Saturday, March 28. 1998 from 2:00 P M until Service time, in Ueu of flowers the family requests contribution to Camp All American Scholarship Fund. 9500 Medlock Bridge Road. Duluth, Oorgia 3U097 or to the Brownstown Christian Church. 702 West Spring Street, Brownstown, Indiana 4720. QUATTLERA1 'M-HOLLFM AN-BURSE FUNERAL HOME FAMILY OWNED A OPERATED HANNAH (JACOBSON) MANS II EL Of New RorheUe, NY. entered into rest March 26. Retoved wife of Ernest Manshei, devoted mother of Marsha Amir of Phoenix. AZ. David Manshel of Maynard. MA and Stephen Manfthei of Aurora. CO; dear daughter of the late Dr. Moriu JarotMon and Char km e Marruae Jarobaon: Wiving staler of Eva Lnew of Hampton. CT and the laie Dr Lou Jaohnoa; rhertshed grandmother of Tony Amir Karen Amir. Alevantier MaiWtel. Jeffrey MansheL Brandtoa Maaahet and Andrew Mansfhel. ManwiaJ services at New England Baptist HnrapuaJ Chanel oa Friday. Marrft 27 i i P M In lieu of Hewers, eipreanona of sympathy in her memory may be donated to the Hannah Manshei Memorial Fund, r o New England Rptiat Hospital. US Parker Hill AW. Btanoa, MA 0212b Mrs MaiwhH was an educator and administrator at the New York Sr hooi for the Deaf where she eiUtaished a pre-w hoot program for draf children A conauliani m the field, she atiencled many intema-tfonaJ rontw-enr and was active ia miernatinnaJ foreign exf-hanre prntrams She also werved for many year an the hmi 3 al Tnie at the New 1- -if ; i rd Rar'-it Hww'l Arraements hv STANET-Y MKM iRlAL (. HAPELS. Brwine. MA James was a Stuart resident for 19 years. ; Prior to retirement he worked fotfjfr aerospace center. Hp was a member of the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, tne tins ana me Meose. :-He served in the Army during World War II. ?nrvivrrt include his wife. Trixie; a son; a daughter, Joanne PAto nf Pnt-t st Tiicie: a sister: three grandchildren; and five grat-grandcnuaren. Services at 11 a.m. Saturday at Young & Prill Funeral Home. Stuart. Sti-Lucie County ... 1 L- Evelyn Victoria Cotter t 84, Fort Pierce 'She died Wednesday. ":Rorn in New York. Ms. Cotter waS a Fort Pierce resident for three years. -Prior to retirement she was a bookkeeper. "Survivors include a sister, Ruth Paga of Fort Pierce. Arrangements by Aycock t u- CLASSIFIED LEONARD JAMAINE BISHOP, JR. age 23, of Riviera Beach, Fla. departed this lite suddenly on March 22. 1998. He attended The Palm Beach County Public Srhools and was enrolled in The Florida Institute Of Technology where he was pursuing a career in Computer Science. He leaves cherish fond memories a loving and devoted mother, Vera M. Bishop; and was preceded in death by his father, Leonard J. Bishop O; maternal grandparents, Emerison and Johnnie Kay Addison; paternal grandparents, James and Pinkey Miles; two brothers. Jerome and Terrell Bishop; two sisters. Shenlka and Edmer Bishop; host of aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and sorrowing friends. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday. March 28, 1998. 2:00 p a at New Hope Baptist Church, Wewahitchka, Florida with PEOPLE'S FUNERAL HOME, Marianna, Fla. directing. Local arrangements entrusted to STEVENS BROS. FUNERAL HOME, 103 Tamarind Ave., W.P.B., Fla. ALBERTA BANNER Funeral Services on Saturday, March 28, 1938, t Otl n m at Mt. Sinai Baotlst Church. Gifford, Fla. STEVENS GIFFORD FUNERAL CHAPEL directing. ; MRS. ANNIE M. BROWN Age 83, departed this life March 23. 1998 at Boule vard Manor Nursing Center. She leaves cherished memories with a loving and devoted family: daughters, Roverta Hunt. Anne l.C.l Solvev. Bobbie (Nate) Rolle, boot of ueiray Beach and Bobbie Patrick of Boynton Beach; sons, James Mar (Georgia Mae) Brown of Forrest, Mississippi. Freddie (Betty) Brown, Glover Brown Jr., Wayne (Mary) Brown all of Sylvester, Georgia, Ray Brown of Boynton Beach. Kenneth (Sharon) Brown. WalthouviUe. Georgia, and Gene Brown of Delray Beach; 75 grandchildren: 36 great grandchildren and a host of relatives and frienda. Ftinenl Wvvw will be held Saturday. March S. 1998 2 00 p m al Lake Ida Church of Christ, 1300 ijike Ida Road. Delray Beach. Florida. Bro. I C. Spivey Mliusler with Dr. Harold Gilmore. Offk-iat- ng Public viewing Friday, March , iw, p tt tht church. Professional Services By; SHULER'S MEMORIAL CHAPEL, INC. SAMUEL SAMPSON BUNCH of West Palm Beach, passed Sunday, March 21 1S. He Wm ia cherurii hki memory: 1 son. Gregory Hunch. 1 daughter-in-law. Bernadine Bunch; i grand- hiWrea. Samuel Hunrft. Horauo Bum. rtunn. Bunch. Shamika Bunch. Antral Bunch and Aiexaa-1n Runrk l nater Mrs Jaarotitn Utiles; 4 broth- ts, James (Ladinet Bunch. Clarence (Fairy Bell) Flunrh. John (Patricia) Bunch, Julius (Camile) Bundle; all of West Palm Beach, Fla.; Pre-deceaaed tj ions. Sammte Bunch and Kim Anderson; 3 aunts, Mlnaw Branham. Maoml Morgan and Mary Morgan; m) a develed friend, Frederick Eshois; an) many ther sarrowing relatives and friends. Fnenl hi will be held Saturday, 12 Noon. Payne, thanel. A M E. Church, Shepherd J Jack- atastor. mends may cau unaj irv vy.... Jokmaa Fnaeral Home ChapeL "I MR. HENRY D. HUNT As departed this Hie March 22. 1998 al Bis tome as Thomson. Georgia. He leaves to cherish his metnuiy a snn; Melton Manet Hunt. Thomson. Georgia; daughters, Lora Chmnrev. Sr.) Batne. Varaviile. California, Lewue JhiW Delray Bench, and Helen (Harold) Gilmore. lemtor. AJabama: srwes) grandrhtidrea; two great ?raromjr1ren and a host of relatives and fnenda raf Servtrea win be held Sana-day. March 28. 2 H p m at Lake Ida Charch at Christ. Uut ake 14a Road. Delray Bearh. FWaida. Bra I C. -C"v- T Minauer with Dr Harold Gilmore. ofhciatiaa;. MWu- newtag. Friday. March 27, 199a, M a as . at CJIUKB- a.1R S MEMORIAL CHAPH. INC. ; DARWIN F. KABAT Died as Marc 25. 1991 Survived bv Ins wh n Kjrkard. Jeff, and Jacqueline Bmdar. as oar gEaiMrhuarea. Wvws svsto, Mar-h V ! 2 p i ".T.tiI OURDt! SfF.h 4UAL OiAPEL. ei -aai & Funeral Home, Belle Glade, ru- neral Saturday. Williams, James. 84, of Palm Beach. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Zevon, Renee, 50, of Boca Ra-ton. Levitt Weinstein BocaDeerfield Chapel, Boca Raton. Funeral today. In Loving Memory Christine leeWoatCeu fylson fMaij 2S 195$ to (archl4, 1997 I ?v ' "One year i .' t qo today, Y ' . Christine, r I went to X i a new home J, , if over in Zion. ' T'hristine, you are truii special to Cjod because uou were made in his imaije. y'ou are sadly mused, tut lovinaiy andjoreivr remembered, gout, bat not foraotien. Always k.now that giving uou up to lod was not easy to do, but kiwitingYial giving uou up to (jod has made our burden s0 much easier for us to bear. H'e miss you dearly, still, so very much, we thiniojlen ojuou. 'e love uou. but Qod loved you best of all. " 'Ihe Voatley '?e'lson Jam'ilu wishes to once a'qain joyfully express our sincere Heartjett 'thank, you so very much for all acts ant expressions oj kindness extended to us during the illness, hospitalization and passinq oj, this, our dearly beloved, f lease forever let a be known that the cards, letters, telephone calls, food, sodas, flowers, monetary gilts, insits, words of encouragement, prayers, aha arrangements were eternally & so very arid dccvly appreciated and they have truly. truly helped maXe'our burdens so much'lighter. 'Stay ine love ana yean of it'u, out ruum, m'liy etrrn.illt, nhnie with each ana evtruont of uou. always and forever, is our sincere prayer for you all. CALL 511 to check the winning lottery numbers! It's only 50c a call to check! Just CALL 5-1-1, then enter code 1008. LTD i 1 ' Af rrr- .05 t a a--'I aooeo o- vol Pos cj.-r S-'-i.'-e a"--? Peoi Yt-'Orv Poo3 Find the vehicle of your dreams in The Palm Beach Tost Classifieds. LOT James J. Kearney 82, Port St. Lucie He died Tuesday. Born in Ireland, Mr. Kearney was a Port St. Lucie resident since 1972. He served in the Army during World War II. Prior to retirement he owned an office machine sales and service company. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus and the American Legion. Survivors include his wife, Helen; a daughter; and a sister. Mass at 9:30 a.m. today at St. Lucie Catholic Church, Port St. Lucie. Contributions may be made to Hospice of Martin & St. Lucie Inc., 2030 S.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart, Fla. 34996. Arrangements by the Roger L. Byrd Port St. Lucie Funeral Home. Victor J. Kozlowski 81, Port St. Lucie He died Wednesday. ZADIE BANKS of West Palm Beach, Fla. departed this life on March 23, 1998. She was a resident of The Palm Beaches and a employee of Good Samaritan Hospital in West Palm Beach, Fla. for 35 years. She leaves to cherish memories one devoted daughter, Loretta Banks; three brothers, Sevine Williams, Leroy Williams and Joe Banks, Jr. ; one sister, Mary Watklns (Lloyd Watkins); two grandchildren, Kenya and Michael; two devoted aunts, Gertrude Slappy and Louvenia Williams; host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Funeral Services on Saturday, March 28, 1998, U:00 a m. at STEVENS FUNERAL CHAPEL, 1803 Tamarind Ave., W.P.B. with Pastor Kenneth Bowling officiating. Friends may call on Friday (today) 5:00-8:00 p.m. at STEVENS CHAPEL, W.P.B. SID DANIELS of Riviera Beach, Fla. departed this life on March 22, 1998. He leaves to cherish his memory his wife. Queen E. Daniels; two sisters. Bumice Pullman and Bessie Sanders; five daughters, Patricia (Ronnie), Nancy (Henry), Gloria, Emily. Essie; five sons, Leroy Bar-ney (Mary), Sid Daniels, Jr., David, Kenneth, Gl; 3B grandchildren; 20 great grandchildren. Homegotng services will be held on Sat., March 28, 1998 al the Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, 300 Australian Ave, Riviera Beach at 11:00 a.m. with Pastor Granger officieating. Friends may call today, Friday, 5-8 p.m. SIDEKS FUNERAL HOME, 1600 No. Dixie Hwy, W.P.B. CHARLES JACK EVANS 1922 to 1998 Charta Jark Evans pam-d away March 25, 1998. He was a retired roofer and was in World War 0 with the 2nd Airborne Division. He ts survived by his wife, Pauline Evans of West Palm Bearh. FL; one son, Chad Evans of Centralis. IL; one sister. Thelma Wiggins of Orlando, FL; 3 step-children, Joe Hight of Corpus Christ i, TX, Sandra Lewis of Loxahatrhee. FL, Sonja Lace of West Palm Bwh. FL; one Grandson. ( gtep-frrandrhildren and 4 jrre(-rrridrhildren- He will be greatly missed. His funeral service will he held on Saturday at 11:00 a m at the E. EARL SMITH SON FUNERAL HOME, 3M1 Kirk Road, Lake Worth. FI. The family will receive their friends on Friday from f 8 pra. DALE J. HOVERMALE SI. of Fort Pierre, died March S. 199 at his home unexpectedly. He was born January 10. 1947 in Indianapous, Indiana, and moved to Fort Pierre 30 years atro. from his birthplace. Mr. Hover male was the Project Superintendent at M J. Anderson Construrttoa Company. West Paim Bearh. FL. He was a member of the Saturday Night Stoppers Square Danrinff. Vero Reach. FL and veteran of WWO serving iB the U S Navy. Svrvrvtns; are hts wife. T K. Hovermale; sons, Robert Lee Hovermale of Florence. S C, Thomas Lee Hovermale of Germany; daughter, Melissa Jo Hovermale of South R-nd, IN: 4 step-chiktrra. Ondi Milter of South Rend. IN. Donald Crane of West Palm Bearh. FL. Eddie Harford of West Palm Bearh. FU Becfcy Basford of Lake Worth. FL; mother. Norma Bnorher of Indianapolis. IN. father and step-mother. Robert and Phyllis Hovermale of Mtsshawmfea, IN. auner. Duna McuMosh of CVteswooa, IN. and It S7sxlrtufVtarea. Frtewds mav call 3-4 p m Saturday at STRIJNK FUNERAL HOME. Vero Beach. Mr rkwersMle will he trait.' rrd to 0NKi.E FUNERAL HOME, Indiana, with burial in Floral Park Cemetery, Indiana In lieu of flowers the family requests oVmatMns be made to the following charities ia memory of Mr Hovermale. Saturday Night Steppers c o Steve Bun. PO BmQ. Vero BeaHi. Fl 31 ; SwnCats c o Sonny McCamey. 722 N'W Riverside Drive. Port St Lurie. Fl Treasure Lnwst Srjuarea r o Gib Mattsnn. 10 SE 12th Street. Vero Bearh. Fl 172. Orange Bkwaom Squares r o Betty fterrle. 4S 21st Lane. Vera Bearh. Fl- XZMa. JOSEPHINE DENNIS JACKSON Transrinned to her Heavenly Home Wedaeaday ia. ift. 9ie Is SMrvlvwl by her devoted Iwwhand. James Jmrkarm tarter !. Cora Lee Jar-ttann cnwina. tan ftkg-aa Sew. Easter Kttf-hmars. We Patm Bearh Fla . J-m H Sintietary Pemrne of Onrtn-iwti. (' J 'Me L Pts l,rouB Cone. 9r . Miami. Fta . tlarurtiine Hurst. Camtlta - . and a host of other aorrowing reiativea and frienda. Hnrnerninc mervlnea Sat . MafHl g m I mna Mwnary Baptist Chwr-h. 3mm Bnwtwav P B FaiwiJ w rr HcwH torty. F-w. from V4 p sa ai SH ERS FUNERAL r ME. lfifft N Due Hwy. P B CLASSIFIED C. ROBERT CRITCHFIELD C, Robert Critchfield, of Atlantis, FL. died on Monday, March 23, 1998 after a brief illness. Bom in Somerset, Pa, on April 16, 1918, he was a member of the Royal Poinciana Chapel, Palm Beach, FL. Mr. Critchfield was educated at The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Va, where he was a member of the Theta Delta Chi Fraternity. A veteran of World War n, he served in the US Navy and was honorably discharged in 1945. Mr. Critchfield was employed with the Kawneer Corporation as the Division Manager in Cleveland, Oh, during which time he also served as the president of the Cleveland Chapter ol the Productors Council, and vice-president of the Bay Village Kiwanis Club. He moved to Latrobe, Pa. where he was a member of the Latrobe Country Club when Arnold Palmer won his first Masters Championship in 1958. That same year, he moved to Boca Raton, FL and was a founding member and Chairman of the Building Committee of the First Presbyterian Church of Boca Raton. He is survived by his widow, Maxine Jay Critchfield of Atlantis, FI.; two sons, Richard H. Critchfield of Boca Raton, FL; and David Critchfield of Melbourne, FI,; a daughter, Anne Jordan of Franklin, NC; and five grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 AM on Saturday, March 28, 1998 at the Royal Poinciana Chapel, Palm Beach, FL, with Dr. Richard Cromie. Pastor, officiating. Arrangements by: QU ATTLEBAI TM- HOLLF M AN- BURSE FUNERAL HOME FAMILY OWNED A OPERATED BEATRICE KANES -BEATRICE SHORE Keep on smiling and laughing and everyone will smile and laugh with you. Love Eddie. fred Mcdonald HomeRoing Services on Saturday, March 28. 1998, 1:00 p.m. al The Church Of God. 629 5th St., W.P.B, Fla. Friends may call on Friday (today), 4:00-7:00 p ra. at STEVENS BROS. FUNKRAL CHAPEL, 1013 Old Duue Hwy, Riviera Beach, Fla. IRENE CARR REYNARD Irene Carr Reynard of Lake Worth, formerly of Northboro, Mass. passed away on March 24, 1998. Mrs. Reynard is survived by: brother, Arthur Carr and family; daughters. Jackie Tread way of WPB, Judy Cabiness of Grouse, N C. ; sons, Brian and Glenn Reynard; grandchildren, Skip Sumner of Fresno. Calif., Mark Treadway of WPB, Teresa Reynard of Georgia; great-grandson, Mark Treadway of WPB. Services arranged by American Burial and Cremation Center 427 S. Dixie Hwy, Lake Worth FL. 561-588-7326 HENRIETTA G. SW ANSON Age 91 of Palm Reach Gardens, Florida formerly of Boynton Beach passed away Wednesday afternoon, March 2. 199k after a brief illness. Mrs. Swanson was born October 36, 1906 in Hartford. Connecticut daughter of the late Herbert and Gertrude Washburn. She was a proof reader in the Insurance field for many years. Mrs. Swanson was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 70 years Edward George Swanson on December i, 1996. Mrs. Swanson leaves to cherish her loving memory her devoted son. Lyk Swanson of Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Private graveside services will be held 2:00 p.m. Friday today) March 27. 199k at Lake Worth Memory Gardens with Dr. E. Wayne Speak man officiating. Call for latest weather conditions, forecasts for 2,000 cities, severe weather warnings, and on the Internet: DOPPLER 12000 radar refreshed every three minutes, color satellite maps and boating and aviation forecasts. These are free services of NEWS 12, The Paim Beach Post and Palm Beach Interactive. DO 561 From 5G1 In Martin MAE WILLIE WOODARD Age 64, of Lake Worth, Florida humbly answered the call of her Lord and Savior on March 21. 1998. She leaves to cherish her loving memory daughters; Roselyn (Charlie) and Gwendolyn both of Lake Worth and Delorlsa (Isaac) of Wellington; sons, Robert Sr. (Joyce) of West Palm Beach, Richard (Carrie) of Lake Worth and James (Cynthia) of Fort Campbell Kentucky; step-daughters, Gladys of Jacksonville and Evelyn of Quincy, Fl.; 5 brothers, Charles, Moses, Roosevelt, Joe and Willie Mc-Cray; 13 grandchildren; 2 aunts; 1 uncle; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and dear friends. Funeral Services will be held Saturday, March, 28. 1998, 11:00 a.m. at Lakeside United Methodist Church, 1801 12th Avenue South. Lake Worth, Florida, Rev. Carmen S. Delker, Pastor with Rev. Dwayne McClendon, officiating. Public viewing, (today) Friday, March 27, 1998, 6-8 p.m. at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 819 Washington Avenue, Lake Worth, Fl, Rev. Wade Hardeman, Pastor. Professional Services by: SHULER'S MEMORIAL CHAPEL, INC. SENJA M. MANTILA Age 92, of Lantana. died Wed., March 25, 1998. Mrs. Mantila had been an area resident since 1986, coming here from Brooklyn, NY. She was a member of the Finland House, Lantana and the Finnish-American Rest Home. Survivors include 3sons: Mauri (Auli) Mantila of Moosup. CT, Esa (Pia) Mantila of Helsinki, Finland and Hannu (Barbara) Mantila of Howell, NJ; 3 daughters: Lola (Eino) Piekkola of Stuart, FL, Eva (Peter) Oudshoorn of Essex County, NJ and Ma ire (Veikko) Lai ho of Lantana; a sister Saara (Roy) Fori of Lake Worth; 13 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 A M. Saturday. March 28, 1998 at BABIONE-STEPHENSON FUNERAL HOME. 1004 S. Dixie Hwy., Lantana with the Rev. Dr. Pentti J. Maki officiating, followed by interment at Fernhill Memorial Gardens, Stuart, FL Friends may call at the funeral home on Saturday from 10 A M until time of services. BEATRICE (SHORE) (nee FAIRER) KANES March 25, 1998 of Palm Beach. Wife of the late Burton M. Kanes, mother of Steven R. Kanes and Barbara W. Heidelberger. Also survived by four graiMk hildren. Funeral services are being held Friday 2:00 p.m. Montefiore Cem. Rorkledge, PA. In lieu of flower contributions ia her memory may he made to the American Cancer Society. JOSEPH LEV IN E 4 SON, PHILADELPHIA. JUNIOR WILDS ?. of West Palm Beach died March 25. 19 He had been a resident of this area for the last 35 years. He had been employed with Holaom Bakeries as a mechanics supervisor until his retirement in 19H9, He was a WW II Air Force veteran He was a member of the 1st Baptist Church of West Palm Beach. He was predeceased by sons, Terra ore and Dean. He si survived by his wife. Anna Mae (nee Snow); a step-soa Paul Vanro of Georgia: 1 grandrhlklren. Barbara Lynch. West Palm Bearh. Tara Wuda. West Patm Beach, and Alysta Nelson of Con ; a sister Naomi Burke of Georgia and a halt-sister Lorraine of Georgia, and many loving aiecea His funeral will he betd oa Saturday at 1 30pm. btrmem will fouow at Lake Worth Memory Gardrna The family will receive their friends oa Friday from 3-4 At- pre at the E EARL SMITH A SON FUNERAL HOME, 3041 Kirk Rd Lake Worth. BERTHA M. WOEESE 73. of Lake Worth. FL formerly of HirksviUe. N Y passed away March 34 19K Mrs Wopese retired from Eurrapeaa Am Han ia 19K5 and was a member af Living Word Luiheraa Cburrh. Laaiacuv, FL. She Is sarvH-ed by her husband af 47 years William W geese daurhrers 4 anna-in-law Carol A Giena Sm-th, GA , Cathy Ortrorptaer TuHy. N Tf . Grandchildren. Candy Smith A Brvaa Smnh, sutter, Heddy LOH. N Y. Funeral aervWw will he II DAM today at Ltv-hff Word Larheran Oiuprh wita Rev Oorre Thum afftratin Interfnent wii. he w Pinelam Memorial Park, f armingvtaie. New York on Saturday at 1 00 p m Cotvfte- ted hy Rev Charles Vwy m lieu of flowers atemtTialt may he riven to ih Kidney Kouav datioa or the Am Heart Asm ia her memory HfeRSFY FfKFRAL fME JUS Soauh LoaTrs Awe., Laae Worth PPLE 355-WPEC, Una 1212 Jupiter to Boynton Beach 337-0511. Line 1212 & St Lucie Counties http:www.GoPBI.com f '