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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 97

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Monday, March 30, 1998
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4B - - THE PALM BEACH POST MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1998 MSI i. f Area deaths ; ' ' ' ' a Palm Beach County j Bailey, Hattie, 69, of Riviera Beach. Royal Palm Funerjtl Home, West Palm Beach. Bishop, Betty, 90, of Laije Worth. Dorsey Funeral Home, Lake Worth. J Brenner, Frances, of West Palm Beach. Gutterman-Warheit Memorial Chapel, Boca Raton. Funeral Tuesday. i Campbell, F. Harline, 87, of West Palm Beach. Mizell-Favilli?-Zern Funeral Home, Southdaje Chapel, West Palm Beach. Graveside service Thursday, i Dallas, Eleanor, 81, of Jupiter. Aycock Funeral Home, Jupiter. Funeral in Wilmington, Del. j Deisch, Dolph, 81, of West Palm Beach. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. ; ErUe, Evelyn, 83, of Lake Worth. E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home, East Chapel, Lake Worth. I Giffin, Margaret, 92, of Palm Beach Gardens. Royal Palm Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. McCray, Angelita, 75, of Riviera Beach. Royal Palm Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. ; Moeser, Catherine, 73, of Boca Raton. Robert J. Babione Funeral Home, East Chapel, Boca Raton. Visitation today; funeral Mass on Tuesday. 1 Martin County John P. Carter 92, Jensen Beach Mr. Carter, a native of Hartford, Conn., and a resident of Jensen Beach for 24 years, died Saturday. Before retiring, he was a marine engineer. He is survived by his wife, Lena Carter of Jensen Beach, and a daughter. Aycock Funeral Home, Jensen Beach. Mary Louise Walker Klein 63, Stuart Mrs. Klein, a Stuart resident for 10 years, died Sunday. She is survived by two daughters, including Gail Hotzler of Stuart, and six grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Walker, and two sons. Friends may call from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday at All County Funeral Home, Treasure Coast chapel. Carol C. Sandell 83, Jensen Beach Mrs. Sandell, a resident of Jensen Beach for 39 years, died Saturday. She was a member of the Jensen Beach Womens Club and the Jensen Beach Community Church. She is survived by three sons and daughters-in-law, including Bruce and Allene Sandell of Jensen Beach, and Mark and Robin Sandell of Jensen Beach; a sister; and six grandchildren. Services at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Jensen Beach Community Church. Aycock Funeral Home, Jensen Beach. Before retiring, she worked for the Army and the Treasury Department. She was a member of the Lakewood Park United Methodist Church and Order of the Eastern Star. She is survived by a daughter and son-in-law; two brothers; five grandchildren; and six greatgrandchildren. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. Tuesday at Aycock Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. Services at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Burial in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Fort Pierce. Contributions may be made to the Lakewood Park United Methodist Church, 5405 Turnpike Feeder Road, Fort Pierce, Fla., 34951. Carl J. Sturgeon 80, Port St. Lucie Mr. Sturgeon, a resident of Port St. Lucie for 10 years, died Saturday. Before retiring, he was a coal miner for 51 years in Lynnville, Ind. He is survived by his wife, Alice Sturgeon of Port St. Lucie. Aycock Funeral Home, Port St. Lucie. Helen Zavecz 65, Paducah, Ky. formerly of Port St. Lucie Mrs. Zavecz, a resident of Port St. Lucie for 24 years until she moved away last year, died Wednesday. She was a native of Brazil. She is survived by her husband; two sons, including George Zavecz of Port St. Lucie; a daughter, Mary Mason of Port St. Lucie; a sister; and seven grandchildren. Services at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Forest Hills Funeral Home in Palm City. Burial in Forest Hills Memorial Park. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. St. Lucie County John Francis Healey 90, Port St. Lucie Mr. Healey, a native of Providence, R.I., and a resident of Port St. Lucie for 10 years, died March 23. He was a first lieutenant in the Army in World War II and the Korean War. He also was a member of the Knights of Columbus, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and the American Legion. He is survived by a son; a daughter; a brother; and six grandchildren. Services in Arlington National Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Knights of Columbus Care and Share Program, Port St. Lucie Council 7514, 451 S.W. Ravenswood Lane, Port St. Lucie, Fla., 34983. Yates Funeral Home, Port St. Lucie. Deborah E. Martin 72, West Palm Beach Mrs. Martin, a native of Providence, R.I., died Saturday. She is survived by her husband, John Martin of West Palm Beach; a son; three daughters, including Tracey Bowden of Port St. Lucie; eight grandchildren; and two sisters, Charlene Parry of West Palm Beach, and Barbara Wright of Pompano Beach. Services at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Holy Family Catholic Church, Port St. Lucie. Contributions may be made to American Cancer Society, 1695 S.E. Indian St., Stuart, Fla., 34997. Roger L. Byrd Port St. Lucie Funeral Home. Carrie E. Reid 87, Merritt Island Mrs. Reid, formerly of Fort Pierce, died Saturday. JEAN HART HOWARDStaff Photographer Investigators drain the engine of the Cessna 150 that crashed Saturday night in Lake Clarke Shores. Two were injured. Low fuel appears to be culprit in plane crash Regis, Peter, 85, of Jupiter. Aycock Funeral Home, Jupiter. Shapiro, Louis, 72, of Delrayj Beach. Scobee-Combs-Bowden Funeral Home, Boynton Beach. Graveside service Tuesday. Siegel, Morris, 81, of Lake, Worth. Royal Palm Funeraf;' Home, West Palm Beach. ' ' Silverstein, Pearle, 92, of Palm Beach. All County Funeral Home '' and Crematory. :'' Temple, Mildred L, 96, of Bocd , : Raton. Robert J. Babione Funeral :'' Home, Boca Raton. Funeral Mass on Tuesday. j.iuii I'd' CLASSIFIED MORRIS SIEGEL 85, of Lake Worth passed away on Saturda, March 28, 1998. He was a retired retailer. Survfvors Include his wife, Selma; daughter, Mindi Hajzus (Raymond); two grandchildren, ' Michael and Jenifer Hajzus; two brothers, Louis J. Siegel (Janet), Leslie B. Siegel (Sylvia); sister, ' Judith Branagan; sister-in-law, Lillian Siegel; and , sorrowing family and friends. Ji Services Monday, 1 pm, March 30, at ROYAL PALM FUNERAL HOME MAUSOLEUM CHAPEL, 'Hi WEST PALM BEACH. -( , ( ; , , EEN Funeral Home NOTICES JERRY L. CHILDERS Bom February 27, 1940 to Oris A Ernestine Childers in Indianapolis, Indiana, he passed away suddenly March 26, 1998. After an early high school graduation, he Joined the U.S. Navy to see the world. Jerry had lived and been In business in the West Palm Beach area for the past 30 years. He enjoyed reading, gardening, and sharing his great culinary skills with family and friends. He leaves behind to cherish his memory his parents; sister, Donna Kraus, brother. Oris (Bud) and sister-in-law, Maria; many loving nephews, nieces, grand nephews, and other relatives. Also, his long time friends, A. D. Clark, II A family of Riviera Shores, FL. Taylo Established in 1909 To remain in business 89 years requires a solid foundation. Commilment to our community, quality service, and fair prices. 250 Center Street, Jupiter, FL 136 South Main Street. West Hartford, CT 744-2030 Northern Palm Beach County 's Family Owned t Operated Funeral Home The plane carrying Bruce and Linda Hatfield crashed into a parking lot Saturday. By Scott Hiaasen Palm Beach Post Staff Writer LAKE CLARKE SHORES Investigators believe the two-seat plane, that crashed in a parking lot Saturday night may have run out ! of fuel on a trip from Punta Gorda on the Gulf Coast. Pilot Bruce Hatfield and his wife Linda, were injured after their Cessna 150 lost power in midair and came down within eyeshot of motorists on Forest Hill Boulevard about 8 p.m. Saturday. Hatfield, 43, of Delray Beach, told police he thought he had 30 minutes of fuel left before his engine" jlied. Biit an investigator with the Natibial Transportation Safety Board said the plane's 26-gallon tanks held less than 2 gallons of fuel. Only 23 gallons of the fuel in a tank that size is considered u sabre for flight, said Tim Monville 5f the NTSB. fThere is no evidence of fuel leaktige" from the crash, Monville $aid. jri the plane, Monville did find a receipt for 15 gallons of fuel County Aquatic Complex and Recreation Center Art Aquatic Complex will be bujlt at South County Regional Park. Kimberly Blvd. cn South County Regional Park Rd. Rapids doesn't county's water- By Marc Freeman Palm Beach Post Staff Writer For those sweltering summer days when you just can't get wet enough, Palm Beach County is building two cool water parks where you can splash yourself silly; All youU need is a bathing suit and about $3 to $6 to go for a tube ride down a "lazy river" and take a spin on a water slide. There also will be a water playground for kids, a lap pool for a t 11 1 . If swimmers ana a sana voneyDau court for beach lovers. The first Aquatic Complex and Recreation Center is coming to South County Regional Park in suburban Boca Raton in May 1999.; It's expected to cost $3.6 million to build, with annual operating expenses covered by admission fees, park officials said. A second aauatic facility is scheduled to open in the summer of 2000 in Seminole Palms Park in Koya Palm Beach. That will be a bit cheaper at $3 millliji, because it won't have the recrjjtion building. Dpth centers will be run by the aunty Parks and Recreation Department. Construction costs will paid with awblic bond motiy approved three years ago. bought in Venice on Saturday. Hatfield told police he was heading for the Lantana airport when his engine quit, and he couldn't restart it. He had not had contact with the control tower before the engine died. Hatfield said he first wanted to land on Forest Hill Boulevard just west of Interstate 95, but there was too much traffic. A long, grassy field lay behind a medical office building just west of where the plane came down. As it descended, the plane's right wing clipped a concrete power pole, and it caromed into a tree before spinning and landing nose first in the parking lot The Hatfields were conscious when emergency workers arrived, and both were in fair condition Sunday at St. Mary's Medical Center. Bruce Hatfield would not comment for this story. On Sunday, investigators removed the plane's engine and propeller. Though it appears to be in "great shape," the engine will be tested to make sure it was operating correctly, Monville said. The tail of the 30-year-old plane nearly snapped off in the crash. That and the rest of the plane were loaded onto a flatbed truck and taken away by investigators. Hatfield co-owned the plane with at least two other people. Lazy Sand river volleyball T 1 Pool; i i ( 3 Shade ' J I s suiKiurtr. SOURCE: MP ArchHects Inc. , SEAN TEVISStaff Artist fear heat from park plan While the county hopes to ride the popularity wave of big water attractions such as the Rapids Water Park in Riviera Beach, it's not trying to take away their business, David Lilt, county aquatics supervisor, said Thursday. "We can't compete with the Rapids because their whole facility is more extravagant," Lill said. "But I think the enjoyment factor (at the county water parks) will be about the same." Rapids management also is not worried. The 12-acre facility, which charges $18.87 per person, expects to attract big business this year with the addition of the $1 million Tubin-Tornadoes" 1,000-foot slide. "There's nothing at this point that can compete with what the Rapids has," said Tina Hatcher, a Rapids spokeswoman. The county aquatic centers are expected to be open between May and September and should be able to accommodate as many as 1,500 visitors at one time. Refreshments will be sold too, so families can make a day of it "It requires no swimming ability." said Lill, adding that lite-guards will keep watch just in case. "Everybody has fun." Water"" , - slides 1 1 a - r Tl c for and suae. fHe K RT bets FUNERAL LCDR LORAINE "E"A (BILL) DROWN Age 81, formerly of 1409 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth, Florida died at Regents Park Nursing Home in Orlando, FL. He was bora 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 II 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 A Whitney Aircraft in West Palm Beach and retired from there in 1981. 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., Mima, FL, Bill, Orlando, and Richard, Bedford, TX; three daughters. Rose Drown, New York City, Sue Blandi, 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 tieacn r L awa. Out Of State Transfer $450 Transfer of Deceased To Funeral Home, Services of Funeral Director, Sanitary Care And Embalming, Filing Necessary Documents, Transfer To Airport, Transfer Container Included. 737-0001 or 800-588-71 18 UNERALPTIONSinc 1 1 5 Woolbnght Koad, Bovnton Beach CALL 511 to check the winning lottery numbers! it's only 50$ a call to check! Just CALL 5-1-1, then enter code 1008. A" co-Is ere 50 crd wvil ocoea' cm rou nwiprone t CAU 5)1 s o wvre o fr Patm &eoc Pom Sun !jenei ona ff-xji Ve'tov Po's I CLASSIFIED :kK p. , NORMA JUANITA GARDNER 81, went to meet her Blessed Savior on March 27, 1998. Norma was a devoted sister, loving mother and ctierishd grandmother. For 30 years until her (orced retirement due to illness at the age ot 72. she was also a caring, compassionate, nursing assistant. She leaves to cherish her precious memory her daughters, Peggy Fogle, Jean Cocherell, Lela Busceml, all of Palm Beach County, and Kathi Crocco of Goodletsvllle, TN; sons, Donald Purlieu of Stuart, Ronald Puckett, Moultrie, GA, and Larry Puckett of Wynnewood, OK; 29 beloved grandchildren and 98 great grandchildren; sister, Pauline Ross; brothers. Tassel Jr., Everett, and Kenneth Gardner, all of Ohio. She was preceded in desth by an Infant son, James Robert Puckett, her parents, Lottie and Tassel Gardner, and sister, Elnora Thompson of Ohio. Following a private service In Lake Worth, she will be returned to her beloved Scioto Valley in Harden, Ohio for interment. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions to riosptce of Palm Beach County, 5300 East Ave., WPB FL 3X07 or to Susan n. Komen Breast cancer rounaatlon. ALL COUNTY FUNERAL HOME A CREMATORY FAMILY OWNED OPERATED MARGARET H. GRIFFIN 12, of Palm Beach GardeiH passed away on March , 1998. She was the wife of the Ute David F. Griffin. Survived by stepdaughter, Patricia Hegarty; randch idren. Leslie Nevhart and Linda Urinnell great grandchildren, Ellen, Anne, and David Grinnell and cunstopner Neynan; raui riergert, nepnew nieces, Inez McKeever and Lynn O'Rourke; and devoted friend, Ethel Hutto. Graveside service is Monday, March 30, 2 pm. at ROYAL PLAM FUNERAL HOME AND CEME TERY. West Palm Beach. RUTH L. (BAKER) HODGSON Aae of Grand Blanc, MI died Friday, March XI, 19M al Geneiyi Health Park. Grand Blanc. Memorial aervice will be nek) 1 pm Wed., April 1, at Kirk-ridge Presbyterian Church, Grand Blanc, Pastor Her-schel Ele officiating. In lieu of flower, the family requests contributions to the charity of one's choice o Sharp Funeral Homes, 6063 Fenton Rd., Flint MI 48M7. Ruth eras bora April S. 1917 la Salem, IN, the daughter of Oarar Kuuisley and Addle (Banks) Hobbs. She was the devoted wife of John Dempoey Baker with whom she built her life and raised three children. He preceded her in death in 1973. Later ahe married Robert Hodirson who also pieccded her M death. She resided in Grsnd Blanc for over 30 years coming from Anderson. IN and had spent time la Bloomfteld Hills, ML Oshawa. Canada and Singer Island. FL. She en)oyed golf snd was a member of Warwick Hills Country Club, Grand Blanc. Surviving are three children, Thomas L. (Linda) Baker. Washington State. John R. "Jack" (Susie) Baker. CA. and Martha L. (Douglas) Mills of CA; seven grandchildren. David, Mard, Jason. Greg, Kelly, Ryaa and Ian: brother, Marmaduke (Helen) Hobbs. Salem, IN. She was preceded In death by her sister, Mary, and three brothers. Charb-a, Arthur, and Chester. CHARLOTTE H. LEUDAN n, of West Paba Beark. fuinetl; sf Rockland Comity. NT passed away aa March V. 199s. Mrs. Leudaa was the beloved wife of Joseph; loving ssoth-cr of Sraart Leudaa and Fredda (Tim) Bishop: dear staler of Marvin iLrnal Miller; chenahed grandmother of Bryaa. Sandy, and Cara. Mrs. Leudaa was a volunteer tor the Palm Beach County Sheriff Office 14 years aa a Clerk hi the Adminletralioa Office, aim tutored elementary srhool children al the Wynbrook LI lary School for seven years. SAMUEL SCHLEIN ft. ef (Vb-ay Beach. Florida paasev sway on Marrh a. 1 Funeral Service will be held al BETH ISRAEL MEMORIAL CHAPEL. SMi W. Alkuoc .. Dra-ay Beach, Monday. March Js, M i pas. ifr. 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