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Arthur link, Woodrow Wilson expei link Plankton, microscopic organisms at the base Obituaiy K. ? . ' 1 jWater woes threaten food chain i on rivers food chain, have aimosi disappeared from the once salty St. Lucie River and Indian River Lagoon since heavy releases of fresh water from Lake Okeechobee. of the Satt levels 30 parts per thousand 25 20 15 10 5 0 490 ' 497 ! 489 592 398 t" Pelican, and other birds for. Snapper, . are food for.. careful annotation, so "even' a high school student can read it and understand it." ' J He once said he suffered from the Presbyterian disease, which he defined as "too much backbone." ' Mr. Link, who was born pn Aug. 8, 1920, in New Market, Va., 50 miles from Wilson's birthplace in Staunton, followed him -to Princeton, where in addition to the editing job, he insisted on teaching. Palm Beach Post Wire Services Professor Arthur Stanley Link, whose prodigious 35-year effort editing the papers of President Woodrow Wilson set the standard for the presentation of historical documents, died of lung cancer March 26 at the Bermuda Village Health Center in Advance, N.C. He was 77 and widely regarded as the foremost authority on the 28th president John Little, who spent 31 years as associate editor of the Wilson project, said Mr. Link was V Plankton, are food k,"sv Shrimp, v f are food for... Sea grass. Us Plankton eat algae found in sea grass, but sea grass can't grow when excessive fresh water churns up sediment, blocking sunlight. Plane's engine just cut off, pilot tells Lake Clarke police TM mA B M iednnMaB "ll'laal'aSairalasXTj CREMATORIUM CREMATION SERVICES' CRASH From IB feet from the power line. "He was very crafty to land where he did without hitting the building. They are very lucky to be alive." Robert Kaercher said he knew the plane was in trouble as he saw it flying at only 40 feet over his Venetian Way home. "It was flying with no motor, no noise, then there was a boom, but no explosion." The plane came to rest in the walkway of a single-story medical office building in Centre Place Professional Park. The tail was dangling after hitting the pole and a treetop, while the nose was smashed into the ground. The plane's former owner, FUNERAL NOTICES "the living embodiment of the Protestant work ethic." Mr. Link's son, William A. Link, a historian at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, said he thought his father's commitment and compulsions were rooted in his belief in an objective history that could be pursued and discovered through hard work. One of the innovations Mr. Link brought to the Wilson project was Edward Bashauer Jr. of Lake Worth, said he sold the plane for $14,000 about three months ago to a group of four pilots. The plane was manufactured in iyoo, Dur ne said it was still in good condition "I don't know what could have hannpned ." Bashauer said. "I never had a problem with it. I had fixed it up and painted it ana tne engine was good. 1 can t oeueve this happened." National Transportation and Safety Board and Federal Aviation Administration officials were investigating the crash. The crash caused a loss of power to homes and businesses hptwppn Forest Hill Boulevard and Florida Mango Road, but it had been restored to most homes by 10 p.m. Saturday. CLASSIFIED JULIAN W. MAYO, SR. Age 93 of Lantana passed away March 26, 1998. Mr. Mayo was born In Broxton, Georgia and lived In South Florida for over 50 years. He was a manufacturer's representative in the Carpet Industry for over 50 years until his retirement. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Lake Worth. He was a life member of the West Dade Masonic Lodge and a Me member of the Mahl Shrine. Mr. Mayo is survived by his wife, Thelma, of Lantana; two sons, Julian W. Jr. and wife LaVenna of Oklahoma City, and Louis Earl Mayo and wife Mlmi, Anchorage, AK; one daughter, Shirlyn Bard and husband Jay of Lantana; seven grandchildren, David, Sheri, Mary Sue, Kris, Aerin, Amber, and Seth. Mr. Mayo Is also survived by five great grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held on Monday, March 30, 7 pm, at the DORSEY FUNERAL HOME. In lieu of flowers, contributions to: Shriner's Hospital for Children, co Mahl Shrine, 480 NW North River Dr., Miami FL 33125. DORSEY FUNERAL HOME 3525 South Congress Ave., Lake Worth (pt a day gots by that you're not in our thoughts 32955 - 71496 'We Love you, The famiCij tfappy "Birthday in Meaven my Son grieve rwt-nor speai of me with tears, but laugh and talloj me as if I were here. Close the door softly, never say goodbye... ? Eternal Cove, 3 Kudu 'm. Carol Jr. Mother (Ann 'Marie) li Loving Itlemerij if 'fA-Waa yggi 8ir!Mai. George Levine (Tlarch 31. 1S51 - July 31, 1392 flout firnnHifl t , w- Always Laved V" ' Shalom, dig Dear Son. 5 - " ITIom. ftorence Levine .dskjar. "5 Year Memorial" :.JU' 1 ,- f jam u. Lxai I. St V ' . 91624 - 32993 god teds us whether we're together, or whether we 're apart. Jour family and friends are always close at heart. Marilvn - James -Alice Family and I fiends Salvatore S. D'Alessandro Jr. May 28, lr6l - March iO, 1997 terms like yesterday, but year ago. on Easter Sunday, you decided you bad suffered enough and vent back to the Ijtrd. (iod knmvs you put up a beck of a fight. You couldn f have chosen a better day to go. Although by are pleased you air not suffering anymore, E miss you more than anytme could imagine. Hire proud n e H ere of your accomphthmenrs in your short time on earth It is a better plae because of you. U e lookforzatd to the day EY rrt again. Till then we vill continue to mip you and remember all the good times n t rnfirtfd together. lit ljie and . tin You. . lorn. Dad. Sean, Demist. A U hael fhane and 1 ma 5 v ..-j 5 V- rr1 By Sally D. Swartz Pplm Beach Post Staff Writer j For shrimp and crabs, they're what's for dinner. So tiny that you need a microscope to see most of them, plankton are crucial to marine life in the St. Lucie and Indian rivers. Snapper and other fish eat the shrimp, and pelicans, ospreys and other birds eat the fish. "Plankton are at the very base of our food chain," said Demma Bailey, teacher at the Environmental Studies Center in Jensen Beach, "and they are disappearing from our estuary." Teachers and students have monitored the rivers for plankton for 25 years, Bailey said. In daily tests at different sites throughout both rivers in Martin County since March 2, they haven't found any of the one-celled plants and larvae of crabs and shrimp. "It's too soon to make a definitive statement about what this could mean, but we're pretty horrified," Bailey said. "It's scary. We've always had spots where there was not as much plankton, but we've never seen these kinds of results so consistently." Past studies have shown dramatic increases of plankton in the rivers each spring, teacher John Wakeman said. This year's absence of plankton coincides with the heavy releases of fresh water from Lake Okeechobee into the rivers. The fresh water coursing to the ocean blows the salt water out of the rivers, threatening the survival of ocean species that live in the brackish inland waters. El Nino's rains throughout Central and South Florida have filled the lake 4 feet above normal. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, trying to lower the lake before hurricane season starts so residents won't face flood danger, is releasing 4 billion gallons of Area Palm Beach County Berger, Isidore, 86, of Lake Worth. Levitt Weinstein Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral in Iselin, N.J. Brill, Joseph, 90, of Boca Raton. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral today. Carstens, Louise Moyte, 95, of Delray Beach. Kraeer Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Davis, Daniel Joseph, 72, of Boca Raton. Robert J. Babione Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Drebin, Bella, 84, of Boynton Beach. Funeral Options, Inc., Boynton Beach. Funeral in Berkley, Mich. Friedman, Lynn, 63, of Lake Worth. I.J. Morris Funeral Directors, Lake Worth. Funeral in New York. Gardner, Norma, 81, of West Palm Beach. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Goossen, Martha, of Boca Raton. Kraeer Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Hanley, Brigid, 97, of West Palm Beach. Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Monday. Harvey, Bill, 69, formerly of Lake Worth. Masters Funeral Home, Palatka. Visitation Monday; funeral Tuesday. Herrera, Eladia, 86, of West Palm Beach. Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Monday. Jones, Mary Francis "Jonesy," 72, of Lake Worth. Palm Beach Memorial Park Funeral Home and Cemetery, Lantana. Visitation Tuesday; funeral Mass on Wednesday. McOay, Hazel, 79, of Lake Worth. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. ! Miller, Harold M.. 90, of Boca Raton. Kraeer Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Protter, Lenore M 87, of Boca Raton. Robert J. Babione Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Memorial service April 19. e Rakow, Gloria, 91, of Lake Worth. Menorah Gardens and Funeral Chapels, West Palm peach. Funeral today. K Reilh, John, 90, of Palm Beach Gardens. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. ffisener, Carmeta, 48, of Boyn-tn Beach. Kraeer Funeral Home, Eoca Raton. Safier, Dolores. 67, of Delray Beach. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Sata, Martin. 93. of Boynton Beach. Star of David Memorial Chapel North Lauderdale. - Schlein, Samuel. 86, of Boyn Mit fresh water a day into the rivers. Mullet and several species of ocean fish began turning up with sores, tumors and lesions March 2. Scientists have identified a microscopic algae, Cryptoperidini-opsis, that was found in the St. Johns River during a similar outbreak of fish lesions last year. Fishermen complain the fresh water has flushed game fish from the rivers. Birds are dying of starvation and some have been found with lesions. Health officials have warned people not to eat or handle the sick fish or swim in waters where they're found. Anchored less than a mile from the St. Lucie Inlet one day last week, sixth-graders from Stuart Middle School worked with Bailey, Stuart Middle School teacher Lois Lynch and Rick Binder, boat captain. The group used a special net to try to gather plankton samples, carefully disinfecting their hands after contact with the water. Binder held up the clear vial at the bottom of the net Some days the container "looks like New York City," Binder said, but this day it is empty. Mary Rice, director of the Smithsonian Marine Station in Fort Pierce, said scientists visiting the area sometimes study specific types of plankton, but "we're not looking at plankton in general, and the last few weeks deaths ton Beach. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral Monday. Smith, Irene M., 77, of West Palm Beach. Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Tuesday. Smith-Baker, Millicent, 104, of West Palm Beach. Mizell-Faville-Zern Funeral Home, Southdale Chapel, West Palm Beach. Stewart, Minnie M., 70, of Lake Worth. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral in En-glewood, Ohio. Strickler, Anne, 73, of Boca Raton. LJ. Morris Funeral Directors, Lake Worth. Funeral in New York. Tirillo, Ludovico, 91, of Jupiter. E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home, Memory Gardens Chapel, Lake Worth. Funeral Tuesday. Tolchinsky, Yetta, 91, of Boca Raton. I.J. Morris Funeral Directors, Lake Worth. Funeral in New York. Trusz, Marie Korblinka, 75, of Boca Raton. Robert J. Babione Funeral Home, East Chapel, Boca Raton. Visitation and funeral Monday. Villagas, Alfonso, 28, of West Palm Beach. Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral in Se-bring. Martin County Edwards, Linden T., 77, of Jensen Beach. Aycock Funeral Home, Jensen Beach. Visitation and funeral Monday. LaRochelle, June D., 63, of Stuart All County Funeral Home & Crematory Treasure Coast Chapel. Memorial Mass on Tuesday. Mallery, Alice Ruth, 82, of Palm City. Aycock Funeral Home, Stuart Visitation today; funeral Monday. Padkh, John A., 67, of Jensen Beach. Aycock Funeral Home, Jensen Beach. Visitation and prayer service today, funeral Monday. St Lucie County Dugan, Thomas L Jr., 7 1 , of Port St Lucie. Young & Prill Funeral Home, Port St. Lucie. Visitation and prayer service today; funeral Mass on Monday. Schufte, Joseph A., 82. of Port St Lucie. Young & Prill Funeral Home, Port St. Lucie. Visitation and prayer service Monday; funeral Mass on Tuesday. Simko, Steve. 80. of Fort Pierce. All County Funeral Home & Crematory Treasure Coast Chapel. Sims, Major Sr., 62, of Fort Pierce. Stone Brothers Funeral Home. Fort Pierce. Visitation Monday, funeral Tuesday. MARK HEMPHILLStaff Artist we haven't had anyone looking at plankton at all." Rice said the Smithsonian has no information that confirms or rebuts the Environmental Studies Center's observations, but said the changed salt levels in the rivers could affect plankton. Carmelo Tomas, scientist with the Florida Marine Research Institute in St. Petersburg, said the lack of plankton in the estuary could be temporary. If record rainfalls and heavy releases of fresh water continue, however, the kinds of plankton in the waters could change from salt to fresh water species. "That may not be good, depending on whether species that are not good food or red tide species appear," Tomas said. "But there's no way to control it All that can be done is to monitor what is going on." CLASSIFIED LCDR LORAINE "E" (BILL) DROWN Age 81, formerly of 1409 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth, Florida died at Regents Park Nursing Home in Orlando, FL. He was born and reared in Gregory, Michigan where he graduated from Pinckney High School. He enlisted in the Navy in 1936. He served in the Asiatic Station most of his first enlistment. He re-enlisted in 1940 and was stationed on the east coast when WW u started. In 1944 he was commissioned and spent the rest of WW n in the Philippines on a repair ship. He returned to the States after the war and served on carriers, a flagship, and repair ships until June 30, 1960, when he retired from the Navy as Lieutenant Commander and Damage Control Assistant on the USS SARATOGA. After leaving the Navy, he went to work for Pratt Whitney Aircraft in West Palm Beach and retired from there In 1901. Since that time, he was active with the UTC retirees club and the Retired Officers Club, West Palm Beach Chapter. He is survived by three sons, E. J Mims, FL, Bill, Orlando, and Richard, Bedford, TX; three daughters, Rose Drown, New York City, Sue Blandl. Casselberry, FL, and Sandy Drown, Tequesta; and five grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, friends are requested to make donations to the United Way of Palm Beach County in memory of Bill Drown, 2600 Quantum Blvd., Boynton Beach FL 33428. STEPHEN MICHAEL EBERSOLD Age 49 of Lanuna, died Tuesday. March 24, 1998 -. k i i oIta Worth Bnrf had been life OlfTYC WM Will . V , j long area resident. He was well known In the landscape and nursery business for over 30 years, owning Ebersold k Company Nursery. He was preceded In death by his parents, Frank and Frances Ebersold, and an uncle, John Ebersold. Survivors Include his brother, Frank (Bud) and his wife, Gina of Delray Beacy; two nephews, Sean and his wife, Kim, of West Palm Beach, and Frank Ebersold HI of Chicago; his grandmother, Jenny Ebersold of LanUna; his companion. Vickl Cryan; his stepfather. Charles Geltner of West Palm Beach; two stepbrothers, Jon Geltner of Wellington and Karl Geltner of Orlando; and stepsister. Christy Davis of Royal Palm Beach; his uncles, Richard Ebersold of Jupiter, and Dave and Ernie Ebersold, both of Lanuna; his aunt, Marie Force of Lanuna; many cousins, and a host of friends who will aU miss him very much. Memorial Services will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday March 28, 1998 at BaUone-Slephenson Funeral Home. 1004 So. Dixie Hwy.. Lanuna and immedialely following friends and family are gathering at The Whistle Stop In Lanuna. BILL HARVEY 68, died March 28, 1998 at his residence In Ssn Mateo. Florida. He had lived in Lake Worth from 172 till 1989. He is survived by his wife, Joan; two daughters, Janice Kay Tobln. Nashville, TN and Toni Jean Ralney, Havana, FL; two sisters, one brother, step daughter, Susan Jordan, Lake Worth; stepson, Edward Miller, Raleigh, NC; three grandsons. Funeral 11 am Tuesday, at MASTERS FUNERAL HOME. Palatka, FL. Burial to follow at Palatka Memorial Gardens. Visiution 6-8 pm Monday at the funeral borne. Donations may be sent to Hospice of No. Central FL. 3204 Crtll Ave., Palatka FL 32177. ELADIA HERRERA Mrs. Herrera. K years old of West Palm Beach, FL died Friday. March 27. 19 at her borne following a brief illness Mrs. Herrera had beea a resident of West Palm Beach sine 1961 coming her from Havana, Cuba. Survivors include two daughters. Olga Marachner and Leone la Purcell. both of Lake Worth-Also surviving are two sons, Larry Peres, West Palm Beach and Hector Pern Miami. Additional aurvlvors include eight grandchildren, including Yvonne Lynam of Lake Worth whom she helped to raise as a child; and four great grandcnildrea. Mrs. Herrera was a loving person, a wonderful mother, and will be A Prayer Service will be held U am, Monday, March 30. at 4)UAtiTTLERAUM H01J.EMAN BURSE FUNERAL HOME. 1201 South Olive Ave.. West Palm Beach Entombment will follow at Hiurrat Memorial Part Friends may call at the funeral home from t pm aatU service time oa Monday. QUATTLEBAfM HOLLEMAN BLUSE FUNKRAL HOME FAMILY OWNED OPERATED HELGA THERESIA LAVAN age 17. of W P B.. died at son March , UK. Funeral Service wlB he at 1 a i Monday. Marr . at St Edwards Cainollr Church at Palm Bear. recepUoa to Wlow at the Pnlss Beach Hotel. IRENE M. SMITH Mrs Smith ae 77 of West PaM Beach. FL died Marc II M al Sua Heali at the Palm Dmrms She was predeceased by her aaasbaad. Cecil Bowel Smith who (toed si 1M ajurvtvori tnrtude her three sons Bryas C Sm am) hat wife Una of Jupiter. William B Senna of We Palm Bear and Joka M Smilk of Palm Hear Gardens swer. Mar MrMuHea Bnywon Bear, brother William Megraih West Pua Brack, aad a graaddawrkapr. Ashley Irrae Smith Vrtptare Service t V pea Hnrt Marr at j-aTTlHAl M-HOU AMAH Bl KSE rttJtAL Hi ME 11 S AW . Wen rum Bec The Funeral Mass will he t! am. Tuewtav Marr H at k ffwsrn Caifcobr Chore Paim Beor w ieer-mewt 16 Inflow at Wnodiawa Cemetery. West PaM Bear The family will receive trends 64 pal o khaV sy ai Oa hmeraJ home. Ot ATTLm'" HrgXFW" BfRSE Ft -VFR Kl H F FAMILY OWNED OHATED CREMATION SERVICE? OF THE PALM BCHES; THE ONLY FAMILY OWNEDOPERATED' ! j CREMATION SERVICE IN SOUTH P.B. C0UNTY BOB KIRKPATRICK, OWNER ';'," RESIDENT OF PALM BCH CO SINCE 1957 " WPBDELRAY 561-734-7409 I f BOCA 561-998-0112 !, FLA. 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FL 33460 561 586-7326 or 1 888 678-2427 We Service All Surrounding Areas All County;:; Funeral Home; Crematory b Funeral Services With ; Personal Care i; No Interest Prearrangements Available 2 No Hidden Crematory Fees - m No High Pressure f ;: No Phone Solicitation I " CREMATION BasicDirect "'' $325. ;;;; INCL. CREMATION CONTAINER ' ; '.' $16.95PER MONTH ' .i CREMATION MEMORIAL SERVICE $625. INCL. STAFF & FACILITY ; S23.95PER MONTH CREMATION VISITATION SERVICE'- $980. RENTAL CASKETS AVAIL J39.95PER MONTH i ; TRADITIONAL '; FUNERALBURIAL - - $980. CASKETS FROM $650. J55.95PER MONTH BURIAL "i OUT OF STATE I $375. ! CASKETS FROM $650. - j FOR A FREE CONSUMER PROTECTION GUIDE & INFORMATION 1-800-443-53361 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 Burvlvors, they are welcome to call by telephone between the hours of 1PM to 5PM Sunday March 29 1998. The phone number Is 561 585-0573 in Lake Worth. VICTORIA MOORE HERVEY Departed this life on Monday, March 23, 1998. She was a resident at 904 7th St, WPB for over 50 years. She had been a resident of the Renova Health Center, Lake Park for the past four years. She and her husband, until his death in 1960. were proprietors of Hervey s Grocery Store on 7th St. and Tamarind Ave. for more than 20 years. Mrs. Hervey Is survived by one brother, Leon L. Nelson (Rosa Belle), Ocala, FL; a niece, Marian Bacon White (Edward); grandnephews, Andre' and Darryl White; 15 other nieces and nephews; a host of grandnleces and nephews; great grandnleces and nephews; cousins; other relatives and friends. Homegoing Celebration will be held on Monday, 10 am, Payne Chapel A.M.E. Church, Shepherd W. J. Jackson, Pastor. Interment to followo at Evergreen Cemetery. Friends may call today from M pm at COLEMAN FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL. JAMES J. KENNEY, JR., D.C. " Dr. Kenney. formerly of West Palm Beach passed away December 23, 1997 in Shelbyville, IN. A graduate of Lincoln Chiropractic College. Indianapolis, IN he was Past President of the North Central Society of the Florida Chiropractic Association, a charter member of the South Eastern Academy of Spinal Care, and the Florida Chiropractic Association, having received the FCA's prestigious achievement award for his contribution to the groth and betterment of his profession. He was also an active member of the Rotary Civic Organization. He Is survived by his spouse. June; three daughters. Rhonda Margaret Taggart, Caulvette Diane Kenney, both of Columbus, IN, and Kyra Lynn Kenney of Edlnburge, IN; two brothers, Robert Kenney of Palm Beach Gardens and Joseph Kenney of Fort Lauderdale; four grandchildren; one great grandchild. Contrlbutlona In his honor can be made to the Lincoln Chiropractic Research Chair at Florida State Unlvesity, Tallahassee FL 32306 or to the Shelby Co. Hospice. 114 South Harrison St., Shelbyville DM 46176. OUATTLEBAI rM-HOLLEMAN-BURSE FUNERAL HOME FAMILY OWNED OPERATED SHIRLEY GREEN LIVINGSTON K passed away Friday, March 27, 1998 after a short illness. Mrs. Uvlaston Is survived by her beloved husband of 58 years. Dr. Harold J. Livingston her caring daughters and nons-ln-law, Carole and Stanton Drasen of Binghamton, NY, and Peggy and Andrew Creese of Geneva. Switzerland; her grandson and his wife. Bradford and Lauren Draien, Traverse City Ml. grandson. Ben Creese of New York, and great grandson. Noah Benjamin Draxen of Traverse City. Ml. The funeral service will be held 12 30 pm. Monday March 30. at BETH ISRAEL MEMORIAL CHAPEL 5808 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach. Shiva will be observed Monday evening. 7-9 pm. Tuesday from Noon until pm at 4242 D Rate Court. Fountains of Palm Beach Lake Worth In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to Women's ORT HesseU. 6886 Founula Circle, Lake Worth FL 13467. WALTER A. SHERMAN (A Grandpa to Many) Age 78. of West Palm Beach, passed away Friday morning March 17. 1998 A Veteran of WWU. Walter was a Staff Sgt. with 1st Otvuttoa. 16th Infantry Medical Batuuoa of Company B. serving at Normandy m D-Day. He was a recipient of the Purple Heart. Retired from the US Post Office, he was aa active member of St. Joha Fisher Catholic Church. WPB. He was predeceased by his falher. Beerher Sherman and mother, Edith Hamm Sherman: brother, Avon D. Sherman, sister. Jeaa Hutchinson aad step-mother. Esther Ctaa Sherman Survival ksctude his loving wife of 98 years. Catherine Crr Sherman; son. Avoa Swrmaa. oaiurhter. Beth (Mart I Walker; grandchildren. Jsiune aad Ryaa Walker: brother. Cecil (Lyne) Sherman; staler. Noia ' Parker I Soper; aacle. Ray Sherman and many nlecea, aephrwa. cousins and other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the IWWTTfWOOO FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL. MM Broadway. Went Palm Beach, from IPM loSPM oa Sunday. March Bin with a rmutioa of the Rosary at 4 38 P M A Mass of the Resurrect km will be Celebrated at 10 Jt iu . lanariav Man 3D 1M at St Joha Fuaier Catkouc Church la be of flowers, mends whs wish may offer memorials to 91 John Fisher Catholic Church Building Fund, ami North Shore Dr., WPB. FL. JJ407 a Waiter s memory NOfmfWOllO Ft -VKRAL HOME FAMILY FAMILY OWNED A OPERATED LUDOVICO TIRILLO i.aw if swsy an March X Has la Comrade He 1 n yean oal He had IM here stare Wl cnmiaf I Owner! rwl He had been emptored wiia Royal Typewriter tor many years Before km iithiantav He Is l anrvtved h his kwnat wile Srstiha Th-IUo; ana. Fraareara. West Palm Bear, amiio. Panooale, West Palm Bear. Mann NC. and Tir.iHV Ofi daarhier fernnnoa cnoa i" IS ereni erandv-hiiolrea one staler Me- etnre CT. t"t. aad a ka anaar. fed Mn 74 pm nrea wli he Bets aa Taearte Marr a. Lake Wank ah mail Garoeial.

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