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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 147

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SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1998 THE PALM BEACH POST Area deaths three preat-ETeat-grandchildren. West Palm Beach. Pochoda, Peari M., 84, of West Palm Beach. Levitt Weinstein Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Sherman, Walter A., 78, of West Palm Beach. Northwood Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Mass Monday. Smith, Leonard S., 63, of Riviera Beach. Royal Palm Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Springfield, Joseph, 55, of West Palm Beach. Coleman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Canadians Tptind guilty in drug bust Jy Scott Cech Uuim fcach fost Staff Writer I M'ORT PIERCE A federal .Jury-on Friday found two men guilty of conspiracy to possess itb intent to distribute a smuggled" boatload of hash oil and marijuana worth an estimated 232 million. Glenn Day and Robin Sum-AierhaVes, both of Ontario, Can-larja,: could each face up to 40 jfrars-'in prison and $2 million in fines hi connection with a scheme k smuggle 280 pounds of hash oil slid 400 pounds of marijuana .Their, lawyers said they planned appeal. . Both men put their heads on ils defense table after the verdict was-&ad. Summerhayes turned Id molith to his wife and daughter, Mfn'be all right. Daddy loves tyou." His wife walked quickly out jsf the courtroom and screamed. The two men were the last remaining defendants in the hatch of arrests following the September 1997 interception of Jhe drugs, hidden in specially lined fuel tanks on a boat sailing from Jamaica to America. Others "arrested in the bust are cooperating with prosecutors. i : "The whole thing was a miscarriage of justice," said Arthur Addess, Day's lawyer. "They got Jhe wrong guys." j. Defense lawyers pointed to audio and video tapes of an undercover agent talking with Summerhayes in a Fort Pierce Jnotel room. No one mentions drugs by name. . But federal prosecutor Robert Waters said that ambiguity was Accessary for appearances. "You can't say, in an undercover capacity over the phone tl've got your hash oil, come and pick it up,'" Waters said. Waters also brushed off the suggestion that government Agents, tipped off that the smugglers' contacts were Canadian, Arrested Day and Summerhayes because they were Canadian. "It wasn't 'Get Canada Day,' " Waters said. "We have no malice loward these people. They just happened to be doing a drug deal." son, Roland Jackson, all of Okeechobee. Visitation from noon to 1 p.m. today at Bethel Baptist Church. Services at 1 p.m. today at the church. Arrangements by Buxton Funeral Home, Okeechobee. Palm Beach County Baier, David A., 46, of West Palm Beach. Mizell-Faville-Zern Funeral Home, Southdale Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral Sunday. Bailey, Donald E. Jr., 42, of Lake Worth. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Chatmon, Lillian, of West Palm Beach. Stevens Brothers Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Collier, Cola, of West Palm Beach. Coleman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral April 4. Cooper, Peari, 81, of Lake Worth. Riverside-Gordon Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral in New York. Finkel, Beatrice, 80, of Delray Beach. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral Sunday. Gambin, Joseph, 82, of Jupiter. All County Funeral Home. Hightower, Annie, 68, of West Palm Beach. Stevens Brothers Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Hobson, Richard Floyd, 66, of Royal Palm Beach. Palms West Funeral Home, Royal Palm Beach. Kita, Mitchell, 39, of Hypoluxo. A Cremation Service of the Palm Beaches, Boynton Beach. Funeral Monday. Lannon, Sidney, 76, of West Palm Beach. Levitt Weinstein Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral Sunday. Loriol, Rose Marie, 36, of Lox-ahatchee. Funeral Options Inc., Boynton Beach. Funeral in Bay-shore, N.Y. Manshel, Hannah J., 76, of Palm Beach. Stanetsky Memorial Chapels, Brookline, Mass. Miles, Eddie, of Riviera Beach. Coleman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Wednesday. Mitchell, Ophelia, of Riviera Beach. Coleman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral April 4. Mounts, Juanita T., of West Palm Beach. Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, Visitation from 10 to 11 a.m. today at Haisley-Hobbs Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. Services at 11 a.m. today at the funeral home. Contributions may be made to the First United Methodist Church, 616 Orange Ave., Fort Pierce, Fla. 34950. 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. Roger L. Byrd Port St. Lucie Funeral Home. Victor J. Kozlowski 81, Port St. Lucie He died Wednesday. 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. 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, Martin County Lessie T. Bentley 97, Hobe Sound She died Monday. Born in Tallahassee, Mrs. Bentley was a Hobe Sound resident since 1924. Survivors include Eliza Ford and Annie Patterson, both of Hobe Sound; a sister, Fannie Turner; and nine grandchildren. Services at 1 p.m. today at St. Matthew Primitive Baptist Church, Hobe Sound. Stone Brothers Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. Arthur Louis James 78, Stuart He died Wednesday. Born in New Jersey, Mr. James was a Stuart resident for 19 years. Prior to retirement he worked for an aerospace center. He was a member of the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Elks and the Moose. He served in the Army during World War II. Survivors include his wife, Trixie; a son; daughter, Joanne Boyle of Port St. Lucie; a sister; three grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Services at 11 a.m. today at Young & Prill Funeral Home. Stuart. St. Lucie County Evelyn Victoria Cotter 84, Fort Pierce She died Wednesday. Born 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 Funeral 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; 1 1 great-grandchildren; and Gwen; two sons; 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 Alonzo 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. today at Stone Brothers Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. Services at 2 p.m. Saturday at Apostolic Church of Jesus, Fort Pierce. 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; 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 March 20. Ms. Jackson was born in Belle Glade. Survivors include her parents, Walter and Ethel Jackson; children, Ebony and Catavis Jackson; sisters, Deborah Jackson and Merita McKenzie; and six brothers, including Alexander Johnson, Walter Jackson Jr., and Walter Jackson, Gregory Jack STEPHEN MICHAEL EBERSOLI) Age 49 of Lanlana. died Tuesday, March 24, 1998. Steve was born in Uke Worth and had been a life long area resident. He was well known in the landscape and nursery business for over 30 years, owning Ebersold k Company Nursery. He was prw-eded in dealh by his parents. Frank and Frances Ebersold, and an uncle, John Ebersold. Survivors Include his brother, Frank (Bud) and his wife, Gina ol Delray Beacy; two nephews, Sean and his wife. Kim, of West Palm Beach, and Frank Ebersold HI of Chicago; his grandmother, Jenny Ebersold of Lantana; his companion, Vicki Cryan; his stepfather, Charles Geitner ol West Palm Beach; two stepbrothers, Jon Oitner of Wellington and Karl Geitner of Orlando; and stepsister, Christy Davis of Royal Palm Beach; his uncles, Richard Ebersold of Jupiter, and Dave and Ernie Ebetsold, both of Ianlana; his aunt, Marie Force of Lanlana; many cousins, and a host of friends who will all miss him very much. Memorial Services will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday March 28, 1998 at Babione-Stephcnson Funeral Home 1UU4 So. Dixie Hwy.. l.-inlana and immednlt'ly following friends and lamily are gathering at The Whistle Stop in Lantana. ROSE SCHWARTZ Rose Schwartz, 51. of Tamarac. Fla. passed away Friday March 27, 1998. Ms Schwartj is survived by her loving children Kenneth and Scott; dear sister of Stephen. Ronald (Anne) and David (Holly); beloved aunt of Jessica (Richard). Emily. Samanlha and Jordan; adoied friend of many many. Funeral Services will he held Sunday, March 30, 1998 1:00 PM at LEVITT WEINSTEIN MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 8135 West MCNAB Road. Tamarac, H. 954-721-2500 in lieu of flowers donations can be made in Rose s name to the American Heart Association. FUNERAL NOTICES CREMATORIUM CREMATION SERVICES CREMATION SERVICE OF THE PALM BCHES -mi- r.Mi v caiiaii v nwMrnnPFRATFD . CREMATION SERVICE IN SOUTH P.B, COUNTY BOB KIRKPATRICK, OWNER RESIDENT OF PALM BCH CO SINCE 1957 WPBDELRAY 561-734-7409 : BOCA 561-998-0112 FLA STATE LICENSE KB0000155 NATIONAL CREMATION SOCIETY FLORIDA'S OLDEST AND LARGEST rrjcMATinM CnPlPTV LTU-IVin I uuvjil. i i - 6 4 1-3626 LAKE WORTH AFFORDABLE FUNERALS & CREMATIONS Prearrangement Packages No Interest Payment Pians. Family & Friends Memorial Service Professional Services Removal of Deceased Full Preparation . Standard Casket Vlsilalion & Service at Funeral Home Memorial Package Cemetary Transportation $1,295.00 Memorial Gathering Cremation Package Piofessional Services Removal of Deceased Cremation Container i Memorial Uathenng I Urn $995.00 Basic Cremation Removal of Deceased Cremation Container Urn $325.00 AM E R I C A N Burial & Cremation . Center 427 South Dixie Hwy Lake Worth, FL 33460 561 588-7326 or 1 888 678-2427 We Service All Surrounding Areas All County Funeral Home Crematory Funeral Services With Personal Care No Interest Prearrangements Available No Hidden Crematory Fees No High Pressure No Phone Solicitation CREMATION . BasicDirect $325. INCL CREMATION CONTAINER -$16.95PER MONTH CREMATION MEMORIAL SERVICE $625. INCL. STAFF & FACILITY J23.95PER MONTH CREMATION VISITATIONSERVICE $980. RENTAL CASKETS AVAIL S39.95PER MONTH TRADITIONAL FUNERALBURIAL $980. CASKETS FROM $650. $55 95PER MONTH BURIAL OUT OF STATE $375. CASKETS FROM $650. FOR A FREE CONSUMCR PROTECTION OWE & INFORMATION 1-800-443-5336 LURANA C. BOYNTON Passed away on March 25, 1998 due to natural causes. She was 91 years old and died peacefully. Lurana is loving remembered by her three sons; Joshua Crane, Cameron Boynton, and Ralph Boynton and her nine grandchildren. Should anyone wish to express their condolences to Lurana survivors, they are welcome to call by telephone between the hours of 1PM to 5PM Sunday March 29 1998. The phone number is 561 5850573 in Lake Worth. JOSEPH GAMBIN Born July 24, 1910, passed away March 25, 1998. Graduated, Wagner 32, he played varsity baseball and football and semi-pro baseball in Station Island NY. Joe was letter carrier for 27 years in Station Isl., retiring In 1964. He moved to Jupiter In June 1970. He was a charier member of the Jupiter Elks Lodge tt2469. He played tenor sax In many small combos at nightclubs and F.Iks Clubs in Station lsl. and Florida. Joe leaves to cherish his memory, his devoted wife Helen, son William and wife Nancy of Clark. New Jersey, and son Waller of New York City. Grandchildren Cheryl and Curtis. Great grandchild Amanda. Also, sister Marie Kramer, Boynton Beach and brother Guy 1-iGamtiina, Stalen Isl. and brother in-law Charles Schaumburg of Tequesla, Florida. WALTER A. SHERMAN (A Grandpa to Many) Age 78. of West Palm Beach, passed away Friday morning March 27. 1998 A Veteran of WWII, Walter was a Staff Sgt. with 1st Division, 16th Infantry Medical Battalion of Company B. serving at Normandy on D-Day. He was a recipient of the Purple Heart. Retired from the US Post Office, he was an active member of St. John Fisher Catholic Church, WPB. He was predeceased by his father, Beecher Sherman and mother, Edith Hamm Sherman; brother, Avon D. Sherman; sister. Jean Hutchinson and step-mother, F-sther Ginn Sherman. Survivors include his loving wife of 50 years. Catherine Cvr Sherman; son. Avon Sherman, daughter, Beth (Mark! Walker; grandchildren, Janine and Rvan Walker; brother. Cecil (Lyna) Sherman; sister, Nola (Pailier) Soper; uncle. Ray Sherman and many nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the NORTHWOOD Ft'NEKAI. HOME CHAPEL. 5HI8 Broadway, Wesl Palm Beach, from 3PM lo5PMon Sunday. March 29th with a recitation of the Rosary at 4.30 P M A Mass of the Resurrection will be Celebrated at 10:30 A M on Monday. March II. 199s at SI John Fisher Ca'holH' inurcn in ueu w iiowm,. nir who wish may offer memorials to St, John Fisher Catholic Church Budding Fund. il North Shore Dr., WPB. FL. 33407 in Walter's memory. NORTHWOOD FT'NFRAL HOME FAMILY FAMILY OWNED OPERATED MOLLY W. & HARRY FLEISCHER A memorial service for Molly and Harry Fleischer orginally scheduled for March 29, 1998 has been rescheduled to April 26. 1998 at 11:30 AM at The Rapallo, 1701 S. Flagler, West Palm Beach, Fla. CLARENCE REUS SYNDER ... ... it.. .,,Vic Iml-i u.nltc rwfoi'P btK (J birthday. Born M-iy 13, &. I'tonm Kfhs Snyder '.1 ( 1A uru.f ha a, ;uinalJfl from li4lVPr- tnwn Area Hieh School in im. Hp served in WW! in the Ambulant Service RetiiininR from Europe in ltJ19 he migrated to Ohio anrl Rinduated from tleve-.' j a. i sur Crhw.l u,iih a Iltirtor of l-aw de- aree He was a practicina attorney uniH he relnvd at the aae of 75. He then moved lo S. KL to spend the remainiter 01 nis yrara. He enjoyed living at home with his araml-niece, P J Henry and their 2 does. He also enjoyed rending, 1 . .... r . h,ct..r ami th sifvk mar aaruening. cum-m "mta, ..,,.,.. .- - - - ket He was ereatly loved and will be sorely missed ' . . 1 .... ..V. tn hono If nrlUn by all WHO were priviR-uru c.iuuK nim. He is survived by his son, William from OH and 3 arandrhiidren; Julie and limy anyoer iwmj nu in Kbberbarh (NY) . Also, nieces and nephews from FA and t L.. ... ... 1 1 a rw.ul hie sonata nf hu Me Will W iriiiriiiwriru . , . . mor. his wisdom and for the joy he pmitied. He was an inspiration 10 us an. ne w. Rimnj ".. be sorely misled. We will always love you, "GRANDPA"! Servires wilt be held Sun. 2:15pm at Calvary cnapet. uauw.iy u-", . V 1 JUANITA TILLMAN MOUNTS Juanits Tillman Mounts passed away pearefully al Ikt home in Wesl Palm Beach. Kla. March 25. I. She was bom in Peai-sun, tia. and atlended CeorRia Stale Women's Collene in Valdosta, CeorRta. She and her husband. Marvin "Red'' Mounts came 10 the Palm Beach area in the eai ly 1920 s, when he bec ame the Palm Beach County Agent. Mr. Mounts was the Palm Beach County Agent lor over .10 years during which time agriculiure became the largest industry in Florida. He died in 1970. Mrs Mounts was a founding force in establishing the Audubon Society of the Palm Beaches She also served on the W P R Library Board in the late 50 s 60 s was a charter member ol Chapter AA PEO. She is survived by her sister. Mrs. OC. Carruthers of Valdosta, Ga; her son. Judge Marvin Mounts. Jr., his wife, Polly, and her daughter, June McDonald of WPB, 5 grandsons. 7 greal-grandchil. dren and numerous nieces and nephews. Private services will be held. Memorial gifts may be sent to the Mounts Bolantical Gardens. Quattlehaum-Holleman.Burse Funeral Home Family Owned k Operated DAVID A. BAIER David A Baier. age 4. of West Palm Beach died Thursday. March 26. 19W ami was . res'"' Palm beach area lor W years, coming rr York He was a member of International Brotherhood of Magitian King t"t. He Is survived by his wife. Patricia Binning Raier sons. Christopher Baier. Bakersheld. la if.. Christopher F.. Halhson. West Palm Beach, daughter. Tricia Hallison Mischief. Uke Worth; brother Au-gust Baier. Tampa. Fla ; sister. Susan Woods. Hohe S,Zd I Fla.. granddaughter. Destiny Halhson. West Palm Beach, numerous nieces and nephews. Memorial Servk-e will be held a, I IJ PM on Sundav March 29 191 at the MlZKIJ.'iralAU: CHAPKI.. 4101 Parker Av West Palm Beach. Fl.. The family W'll receive nends from 2 mi PM til time of servi.-e In lieu nf flowers, family requests memorial contributions he made 10 the CJeneral fund of the tiood Samaritan lancer i. stuute. 18 N Flagier Dr.. West Palm Heat. FL ll, A'tn.: Cindy Vaneh. So fast, they're thinking of naming a sneaker after us. f LASSIK1KD r . JAMES L. DAVIS j! (Junebug) I; 92937 - 32598 leaving to cherish his memorfi are his devoted rfyrmer spouse, Shirley Davis; 8 children. Alexander Q)iey. Lindella Coley. Gale Davis-Jackson. Buroeiie HJavis, Vernelte Davis-Ranks. Sharon Dais-Sch(ftel(l, Mames Davis, Jr., and Wayne jimar Davis. Funeral services will be held on Monday. Marrh j 1998 at 11:00 am, Mt. Zlon Primitive Baptist Oiureh. 1425 9ih Street, West Palm Beach, f-L Vw-wing will be held on Sundav. March 29. 19W at TtoYAL PALM FVNKRAL HOME, 5H Greenwood Avenue, West Palm Beach, from 2-5 PM. AD (AUNT "E") H. ELBERSON Paused away on March 20. 199H after an extended lUness at the age of 81 Bom in Atlantic City, NJ she has heen a resident for 4years in Florida. Vcr the jijLSt 10 years she has been a resident of Palm Gar- Uiens Nursing Home. Survivors include sister. Ethel Sprague of West -ftalm Beach. FL; brothers. Paul and Warner Jeffries -W Pennsylvania; me-es. Pal Jawdy. Ginny Edwards. Nancy Forester; nephews. Michael, John. David Jeffries, devoted friend. Brenda Morgan, many grand-twe-es, grand-nephews, and a host of devoted friends -id caregivers, i . A Memorial service will he held at ROYAL TALM Ft'NEKAI, HOME, .Wt! Greenwood Avenue. WB on Monday. March If at (ilipm Uma-mn& may be sent to the t'hihid'n s Medical Services. GiWnwixd Avenue. WPB. 3.W7 SIDNEY LANNON -" 7. of West Palm Reach. F1 and formerly of East "ffitfoid. Conn., passed away on March 26, 19. ' Mr. Lannnti was the beioved husband of Kiaheth; loving father of Marilyn iSpenrer) ha Her: Var brother of R-e (David) Oiler; cqenshed grandfather of Shen. Lori and Michael; aj.ced great grandfather of Maris. " Funeral services will be held on Sunday March jo iow at 12 HO p m at I.F.VITl -w EINS'i KIN KFMOfMAL CHAPEI.. Mil Okeef hfhee Blvd . West iim Beach. In lieu of floweis memorial .tn but inns may he made to' Alzheimer s lUha istHM of Greater Palm Beach 1325 S. Congress JUe Boynton Beach, H, i2fe IN MEMORY OF .WILLIAM W. YLV1SAKER Billy died before I appreciated my lown life enough to property thank him lor his ' 1956-1983 -IN MKMOKI Wr ""'fJennis Stephen Lalli Dec 26 1-3-tHf n. 19-17 "One ilftfc A"'" . linvr rtT iitin-r fiif ifim tr i"e timitri 'i 'f . Mmii If f lt" fair t nJ't '"' tttiuff r'Mf ttiiiiif. kh itr uiimi . cfH-T nf Iff tll!tHH fn,,i inffnHil timr xm ft , "!( , '"" '"" "I"' "' It 'I - I'"" f r "if " xA'i'itif tin"' 'VI " ,- , ,lfl ! '' ,r , .m ,,. 'i n') fi -.,.,.,. ,.,.,! .. '" NO. 430921 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL The Palm Beach County Workforce Development Board, Inc. (WDB) is soliciting proposals for pre-production, production and post production services of (1) to 10 minute Marketing Video, (I) 10 minute Orientation Video, (1) 10 minute EducationalDocumentary Video. (1) halt hour Documentary, and (3) 30 seconds Public Service Announcements (PSA's). Project is scheduled to take two months beginning on or about Apri 30th, 1998. Proposal packages may be picked up at the Palm Beach County Workforce Development Board, 600 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, Fl. 33401 between 9:00a.m. and 4-00p'm., Monday throuah Friday. Proposals must be received at PBC Workforce Development Board, 600 So. 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