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!4B THE PALM BEACH POST TUESDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1997 c 4 Students have made 40 quilt panels Buildings must be 50 years old to qualify AIDS in Palm Beach County Between 1981 and October 1997, 3,423 people have died of an AIDS-related illness. Today, 2,562 people are living with AIDS and another 10,300 with HIV infection. B Between October 1995 and October 1997, AIDS cases increased 31 percent in the county. With 6.7 percent of Florida's population, Palm Beach County had 9.3 percent of the state's AIDS cases between 1993 and 1996. Source: HIVAIDS Community Planning Partnership. Youth inmates get holiday trek PAHOKEE In a departure from routine at the regimented Pahokee Youth Development Center, the 350 boys were allowed to sleep late Thanksgiving morning, and their parents were invited to share a total of 280 pounds of turkey breast, spokeswoman Alice Thompson said Monday. Sixteen families cam, she said. ; Normally, families can visit for only two hours on Saturday. The festivities came a week after a Miami judge declared the Pahokee center unfit for the teen criminals sent there and ordered three boys transferred elsewhere, .a State Department of Juvenile Justice spokesman John Joyce said officials decided Monday to appeal the ruling, but they have not filed a formal notice in cour. 'j. AIDS From IB Myers recalled, "but once we explained our approach, no one objected." How do you teach AIDS to a 6-year-old? You emphasize how it's not transmitted. You stress that people shouldn't touch another's open wound. Above all, you encourage compassion for people with the disease. "We try to lay a foundation so that later, when these kids do become sexually aware, they'll make the next connection and that sense of compassion and responsibility will already be there in their teenage years," Lahn said. Since the program began, Sandpiper students have made 40 AIDS quilt panels, eight of which were displayed on the Mall in Washington in October 1996. For the past four years, they've led the annual AIDS Walk For Life in downtown West Palm Beach. What has Robert O'Hara, 10, learned about years based on the assessed property value minus any increase in value due to restoration work. City officials are considering nominating historic districts downtown, in College Park and in the central Lakeside-Palmway area. "But we're not going to impose districts on anyone," Palen said.There has to be a vote of the property owners." Owners of historic buildings must undergo another degree of scrutiny for any work requiring a building permit to make sure plans are in keeping with the architectural characteristics of the period, Nowak said. If the work isn't visible from the street, a staff OK might suffice, he said. If not, the plans must be approved by the Historic Preservation Resources Board, he said. Public workshops will be at 6 p.m. Wednesday and Dec. 17 at City Hall. LAKE WORTH From IB 1 1,500 buildings to be of potential historic significance, Nowak said. ; Although the tax abatement program still needs county commission approval, something that likely will happen next month, property owners can apply now for local historic status, Nowak said. ! To be eligible, a building must be at least 50 years old, and either have characteristics of an architectural style valued for a particular time period or be identified with a person who significantly ! contributed to the development of the city, state or nation, Nowak said. The local historic designation is required for the tax break, he said. ! Under the tax abatement program, a property owner pays city and county property taxes for 10 AIDS? "People with AIDS," he said, "you shouldn't make them not your friend." This story was supplemented with material from the Los Angeles Times. Residents: City moving ahead without our input deaths Beach. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Milburn, Donna, 73, of Teques-ta. Aycock Funeral Home, Jupiter. Funeral Thursday. Moore, Anna, 98, of Lake Worth. Stevens Brothers Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Saturday. Muer, William A., 84, of Boyn-ton Beach. Boynton Memorial Chapel, Boynton Beach. Funeral Friday. Needle, Mary, of Boca Raton. Gutterman-Warheit Memorial Chapel, Boca Raton. Funeral Friday. Pope, Elizabeth, 81, of Jupiter. Aycock Funeral Home, Jupiter. Reed, Thomas M., 46, of West Palm Beach. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Riefberg, Sam, 92, of Boynton Beach. Joseph Rubin Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral Sunday in Paramus, N.J. Rubenstein, Florence, 75, of Delray Beach. Levitt Weinstein BocaDeerfield Chapel, Boca Raton. Funeral Wednesday. Santos, Celida, 89, of West Palm Beach. E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home, East Chapel, Lake Worth. Funeral today. Sartory, Kim L., 41, of West Palm Beach. Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Thursday. Scoll, Edward, 81, of Lake Worth. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Silverman, George, of Delray Beach. Riverside-Gordon Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral in Valhalla, N.Y. Smith, Ollie, 89, of Riviera Beach. Stevens Brothers Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Saturday. Snee, Adele, 85, of Boca Raton. American Burial and Cremation, Lake Worth. Sockin, Murray, 73, of Delray Beach. I.J. Morris of Florida, Lake Worth. Weingart, Claire, of Boynton Beach. Beth Israel Memorial WATERFRONT From IB city has ruled out the idea of letting them dock overnight. ' That would conflict with the Palm Harbor Marina, he said, i Other options include doing nothing, or leaving Flagler as is and building two docks 100 to 150 feet out probably at the foot of Clematis and Evernia streets that just provide seating, i They could just be a boardwalk out over the water where you have a large platform and people could sit and watch the sunrise,' Halverson said. ; If a plan is approved, construction is still at least two years away, and no money has been budgeted yet, he said. ' The city has a tremendous asset in the waterfront, but it's tremendously underused also," Halverson said. Since October, city officials have met twice with citizens groups and, previously, with members of the downtown business community. ! Nonetheless, residents protective of the downtown waterfront complain that the city is forging ahead without their input. - "We have no beach, no other real natural asset other than it," said Vivian Brooks, of the Vedado Neighborhood Association. The pressure to develop it commercially will be too strong." ' Noting that several renderings have been completed, some residents sneered recently when Graham commented that "there is no project." J And at the last city commis Area Chapel, Delray Beach. Griffin, Margaret, 81, of West Palm Beach. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Hall, Betty, 60, of Riviera Beach. Stevens Brothers Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Saturday. Jackson, Jerry, 81, of West Palm Beach. Stevens Brothers Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Saturday. Klitsner, Jean Greenfield, of Delray Beach. Gutterman-Warheit Memorial Chapel, Boca Raton. Funeral in Rockville Centre, N.Y. Lande, Sylvia, of West Palm Beach. Gutterman-Warheit Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral in Brooklyn, N.Y. Law, Verneta Richardson, of Boca Raton. Lome and Sons Funeral Home, Delray Beach. Memorial services Thursday. Leaner, Nathan, of Boca Raton. Levitt Weinstein BocaDeerfield Chapel, Boca Raton. Funeral in Boston, Mass. Levine, Jacob, 78, of Delray Beach. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Mador, Irving, 76, of Delray Beach. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Funeral today. Mann, Robert J., 74, of Wellington. Palms West Funeral Home, Royal Palm Beach. Funeral today. Marks, Donald J., 87, of Wellington. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Mass Wednesday. Mars, Glenna, 96, of Boca Raton. Riverside-Gordon Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral in Washington Township, N.J. Matesky, Dorothy, 77, of Boca Raton. Levitt Weinstein BocaDeerfield Chapel, Boca Raton. Funeral today. McGowan, John M., 92, of Te-questa. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral in Quincy, Mass. Meyerson, Doris, 90, of Delray NOTICES CATHERINE M. SEMAR CATHERINE M. SEMAR, 90, died November 28 at The Arbors of Melbourne. Mrs. Semar came to Brevard County in 1996. She previously lived in Lake Worth, Florida and Miller Place, New York. Mrs. Semar was a retired school teacher. She taught 22 years In New York City and over 17 years In Port Jefferson, New York. She was a graduate of the University of New York. She was a Catholic. She was predeceased by her husband, John N. Semar. She was dearly loved by the Ruslch Family and all her friends. A memorial service will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 2, at 4:00 o'clock at Brownlle Maxwell Funeral Home. Burial will be at Greenville Cemetery, Greenville, New York. BROWNLIE MAXWELL In Melbourne in charge of local arrangements. KIM LOVE SARTORY Mrs. Sartory, age, 41, of Lecanto, Florida and West Palm Beach, Florida, died November 30, 1997 at Jackson Hospital, Marianna, FL. She was born in Milan, Tennessee, the daughter of Charles N. Love and Patricia Doyle Love. She was an active member of the community; member of Business Development Board of Palm Beach County, Executive Women of the Palm Beaches, two term Past President of the Leukemia Society. Mrs. Sartory has been a Banker for over 20 years. Survivors Include her husband, Larry Sartory of West Palm Beach, FL and Lecanto, FL; father, Charles N. Love of Jupiter, FL; mother, Patricia Doyle Love of Milan, TN; sister, Lisa Love of West Palm Beach, FL; brother, Tom Love of Oklahoma, maternal grandmother of Milan, TN and paternal grandmother of Jupiter, FL. A Memorial Service will be 3 P.M. Thursday, December 4, 1997 at QUATTLEBAUM-HOLLEMAN-BURSE FUNERAL HOME, 1201 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach, FL. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the 'Kim Love Sartory Scholarship Fund' co the Community Foundation of Palm Beach and Martin Counties, 324 Datura St., West Palm Beach, Fl 33401. QUATTLEBAUM-HOLLEMAN-BURSE FUNERAL HOME FAMILY OWNED A OPERATED GEORGE SCUILETTI Age 40, of West Palm Beach passed away Sunday, November 30, 1997 after a long illness. George is survived by his parents, George and Ursula Scuilettl, Lake Worth; sister and brother-in-law, Adrienne and Robert Green, Lake Worth; niece and nephew, Nicole and Robert; dear friend, John; aunts, uncles, cousins, and many friends. A Memorial Service will he held at the TILLMAN FUNERAL HOME, 2170 South Military Trail, West Palm Beach on Wed., December 3, 1997, 11 am, with a priest from St. Luke Catholic Church, Lake worth, omciating. TILLMAN FUNERAL HOME, WEST PklM BEACH FAMILY OWNED OPERATED f n Chapel, Delray Beach. Williams, Lillian, 93, of West Palm Beach. National Cremation Society, Lake Worth. .) ; t Wolk, Bernard, of West Palm Beach. Gutterman-Warheit Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beaci Martin County Allen, Catherine L , 88, of Palm City. Forest Hills Funeral Home, Palm City. V Andrien, Janet M., of Jensen Beach. Aycock Funeral Home, Jensen Beach. Funeral Mass Wednesday. Barsimanto, Raphael, 86, Stuart. Wallace & White Funeral Home, Stuart Services Friday.' ' Boss!, Peter J., 80, Jensen Beach. Young & Prill Funeral Home, Stuart. Services Thursday. Davis, Arthur Edwin Jr., 74, of Palm City. Young & Prill Funeral Home, Stuart. J Jones, William E., 78, of Stuart All County Funeral Home & Crematory Treasure Coast Chapel.' King, Nina 0., of Stuart. Wallace & White Funeral Home, Stuart. Funeral Wednesday. ' Kleb, Hazel Turner, 88, of Stuart. Young & Prill Funeral Home, Stuart. Morgan, Raymond Terrial, 31, of Hobe Sound. Young & Prill Fur neral Home, Stuart. r j Mowitt, Kalie Lorraine, 2, ,of Stuart. Young & Prill Funeral Home, Stuart. . i; Porter, Mary Estelle, 85, of Stuart. All County Funeral Home and Crematory Treasure Coast Chapel. Wallengen, Donna M., 49, of Jensen Beach. Young & Prill Fu neral Home. Stuart. Funeral to- . day i St. Lucie County , j Ashmen, Madelyn J., 78, Fort Pierce. Roger L. Byrd Port St; Lucie Funeral Home. Services Wednesday. 1 ' Bennett, Catherine Chastain, 48, Fort Pierce. Haisley-Hobb Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. Set-1 vices today. 1 DANIEL R. EICHENBERGER Age 72, formerly of Lake Park, passed away suddenly on November 27, 1997 as a result of an automobile accident. A private graveside service will be held In North Carolina on December 5, 1997. A local memorial service will take place at Faith Lutheran Church, North Palm Beach, at a future date and will be announced at that time. "f Anyone wishing may make a donation to the Sandy Plains Presbyterian Church, Route 1, Box 98, Tryon, N.C. 28782. j PAUL W. WILLIAMS Paul W. Williams, former U.S. Attorney for )he aouinem uisinct or New York, New York State Supreme Court Judge and philanthropist, died at age 94, on Monday, August 4, 1997, at St. Mary's Hospital, West Palm Beach, FL. Judge Williams was born in Rochester, NY, to Reverend Henry B. Williams and Lillian O. Williams on July 12, 1903, and graduated Harvard College, Magna Cum Laude, In 1925, and Harvard Us School in 1929. He was also a Harvard Scholar to Emmanuel College, Cambridge University, England In 1926, and taught at Harvard College from 1926-1929. After leaving the service in World War I) as Air Combat Intelligence Officer and Commanding Officer of a Flag Unit under Admiral Halsey, much decorated, he became a senior litigating partner at the Wall Street law firm of Cahill, Gordon and Reindel and was frequently appointed by Gov. Tom Dewey as a special counsel. He has also been a major figure in national. New York and Palm Beach charitable and social organizations and was a member of the Sons of the Revolution and Society of ine Cincinnati. He was preceded in death by his wife, Minerva, on November 13, 1990. Survivors include his three stepchildren, Lynne Russo, Frances Sawdon Cooke, and Stuart Sawdon. 1 A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 P.M. 'on Thursday, December 4, 1997, at Bethesda-By-The-Sea Episcopal Church, Palm Beach, FL, with the Rev. Ralph R. Warren, Jr., D.D. Rector, officiating. QUATTLEBAUM-HOLLEMAN-BURSE FUNERAL HOME, 1291 South Olive Ave., West Palm Beach,' FL, is In charge of arrangements. ri QUATTLEBAUM-HOLLEMAN-BURSE , t FUNERAL HOME ' , FAMILY OWNED OPERATED Complete Funeral Plan $1,99500 j Protective steel sealing casket, grave ' liner, floral casket spray, transfer ; deceased to the funeral home, basic service for funeral director & staff, ! embalming, hearse, obtaining & filing the necessary documents. Alf , transportation within Palm Beach County. j 737-0001 or 800-588-7118 : UNERALlgJPTIONSiNC 1 1 5 Woolhrigfit Koad, Boynton Beaiti ' Palm Beach County Alden, Warren R. Sr., 79, of West Palm Beach. Palms West Funeral Home, Royal Palm Beach. Funeral in Holbrook, Mass. Andrews, Daniel, 79, of Boca Raton. Kraeer Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Funeral today. Andujar, Carmen, 89, of Lake Worth. Dorsey Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Bergamin, Lawrence Ross, 80, of West Palm Beach. Royal Palm Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Wednesday. Bergida, Helen, 87, of West Palm Beach. I.J. Morris of Florida, Lake Worth. Funeral in New York. Bishop, Wiley, 66, of Palm Beach Gardens. Stevens Brothers Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Thursday. Brown, Leslie, 85, of North Palm Beach. All County Funeral Home and Crematory. Butterfield, Norman, 89, of Lake Worth. National Cremation Society, Lake Worth. Clough, Maxine, 71, of Wellington. Palms West Funeral Home, Royal Palm Beach. Funeral Wednesday. D'Amato, Penelope W. "Penny," 76, of West Palm Beach. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Davis, Max Ray, 54, of West Palm Beach. Palms West Funeral Home, Royal Palm Beach. Funeral today. De Martino, Ann, 73, of Delray Beach. Robert J. Babione Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Visitation today; Funeral Mass Wednesday. Eumann, Jack, of Lake Worth. Gutterman-Warheit Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Fagan, Wilma, 80, of West Palm Beach. Dorsey Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Memorial services Thursday. Gavin, Eileen, 74, of Royal Palm Beach. Palms West Funeral Home, Royal Palm Beach. Memorial services Dec. 9. Gitler, Solomon, 76, of Boca Raton. Beth Israel Memorial FUNERAL VERNETA RICHARDSON LAW passed away on Nov. 29 where she resided at St Andrews Estates North, Boca Raton, FL. Dr. Mrs. Albert Law came to reside In Florida In 1972 a: LeisureviUe of Boynton Beach. They were formerly of Gross Pointe, Michigan for 30 years. Dr. Law predeceased her in 1974. Mrs. Law was active for many years in community projects at First Presbyterian Church of Delray Beach. She is survived by sons David and wife Bonnie of San Francisco CA; Richard and wife Madelyn of Chatham, NJ; Donald and wife Carol of Olympia, WA and 7 grandchildren. A memorial service will be held on Thursday Dec. 4, 1997 1PM at the First Presbyterian Church, 3!l Gleason Street, Delray Bearh. Interment will be held in Cass City, Ml. In lieu of flowers, contributions ma)' be made to the Boynton Beach Women's Club Educational Scholarship Fund, 1010 S. Federal Highway. Boynton Beach, FL 33435. LORNE SONS FUNERAL HOME, Delray Beach in charge of arrangements. DONNA MILBURN 73, of 82 Turtle Creek Drive, Tequesta, passed away at her residence on December 1st, after a brief illness of pancreatic cancer. She leaves her beloved husband of 50 years, Carl L. Milbum; a son, David, daughter-in-law, Nancy, and two grandchildren, Aaron and Katharine of Falls Church, Virginia; a daughter, Marilyn, and son-in-law, William Grant of Westerville, Ohio. She was bom in Ohio, lived In Michigan, Illinois, and came to Tequesta 12 years ago after 21 years in St. Paul, Minnesota. She was a member of Turtle Creek Club. A memorial service will be conducted at Jupiter First United Church of Christ, 1475 Indian Creek Parkway at 3PM Thursday, December 4th. Those who wish, may make contributions to The Hospice of Martin St. Lucie, Inc., 2030 S.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart, Florida 349. Arrangements are under the direction of the AYCOCK FUNERAL HOME, JUPITER. CARL LIPSON Carl E. Lipson. 87, of Juno Beach, Florida, formerly of Fairmont, West Virginia, died Sunday, November 23, 1997. He was bom in Fairmont, WV on My 4, 1910, son of the late Philip P. Lipson and Ida Noll Lipson. He attended Culver Military Academy In Culver, Indiana and graduated from Fairmont High School, Fairmont. WV. Mr. Lipson was a Jeweler his entire career. He started to work for his father at Upson's Inc. Jewelers, 326 Adams Street, Fairmont, WV. He later owned and operated the business with his wife Phyllis until October 1974, al which time they closed the business and relocated to North Palm Beach, Florida in 1975. Phyllis passed away in 1993. Mr. Lipson Is survived by his sister, Clare Kldd and husband Charles, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Also surviving Is a niece and several nephews, including Barbara Atha Perfater and husband Bill Perfater, of Bradford Woods, PA. Interment will be In Beverly Hills Memorial Gardens, Westover, West Virginia. Arrangements bv THOMAS L. PRICE FUNERAL HlfME, North Palm Beach. sion meeting, Commissioner Al Zucaro warned, There's opposition mounting. It's serious. And I think it's going to blossom into something big." Graham said the renderings are just preliminary plans that are part of the city's joint $75,000 study with the Florida Inlet Navigation District. The study includes a look at short-term day docking, fishing opportunities and creating an access point for water taxis. The entire project, which would be split as well, could cost $1.8 million, Halverson said. Prior waterfront projects also weren't received warmly. Scripps Howard Broadcasting Co. waged a 13-year battle before the city commission approved its plan to develop 2.8 waterfront acres north of the Flagler Memorial Bridge. . And a citizens group last year launched a successful campaign to limit the height of new waterfront buildings to five stories. "I hope it doesn't come to another fight of making (the city) listen to us. That waterfront has, for the most part, been preserved," Brooks said. , Noting that sensitivity, Graham said she plans several more neighborhood meetings. "I want to make sure there aren't going to be any problems with it," she said. The project, she said, would make "a great statement" for the city. "I want to make sure the truth gets out about it," she continued. "And that it doesn'tjget negatively impacted by these same people who don't want it." WILMA F. FAGAN was born on January 10, 1917 and passed away at Palms West Columbia Hospital on November 29, 1997 at the age of 80. ' Wilma worked side by side with her husband, Robert Fagan (deceased) as a seamstress for upholstery work for many years. She also was very much involved with the Ladies Auxiliary 2007 V.F.W., and was a lovely woman to be around. She was a caring and giving woman who would lend a helping hand to all who needed a ray of sunshine. Wilma leaves her 6 children, David F. Harris Jr. of Jacksonville, Beverly Ann Dalton of Okeechobee, Geraldine K. Ramirez of West Palm Beach, Carolyn J. Connolly of Jacksonville, Betty K. Martin of Clearwater, and Gerald K. Wans Jr. of Jacksonville; 25 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren, and 6 great great grandchildren. Wilma will be very much missed, but we all know she is in a better place and pain free. God Bless You, Wilma. A Memorial and Remembrance Service will be held at the residence, 6115 Aurora Drive, West Palm Beach on Thursday, December 4, 1997 at 7:00 pm conducted by the V.F.W. AuxlUiary 2007. DORSEY FUNERAL HOME, Lake Worth Is In charge of arrangements. DORSEY FUNERAL HOME 3525 South Congress Ave., Lake Worth BERTHA STEFKE GUTWERK age 79 of West Palm Beach formerly of Green-acres Florida passed away Sunday, November 30, 1997. She was bom in West New York, New Jersey. She moved to this area in 1964. She was predeceased by her husband, August J. Gutwerk In August 1997. She is survived by her daughters, RoseMarie Noranbrock, Gretchen Noranbrock and Heather Gutwerk. Graveside Services will be held at 11:00 AM on Wednesday. December 3, 1997 at Lake Worth Memory Gardens. Friends may call at the E. EARL SMTTH SON FUNERAL HOME Memory Gardens Chapel, 3041 Kirk Rd., Lake Worth, FLa., from 10.00 AM to 11.00 AM Wednesday, December 3, 1997. MR. FRANK E. KENISTON 74, of Hobe Sound, Florida, a Florida resident since 1984 died suddenly at his home on November 29, 1997. Mr. Keniston was former owner of Benson-Goss Fuel Company of Melrose, Massachusetts. He was a veteran of World War n. Mr. Keniston is survived by his wife Jeannine of Hobe Sound; daughters Linda Keniston of Laconla, New Hampshire, Judith Vasa-poli of Topsfteld, Massachusetts, Janet Koehler of Wakefield, Massachusetts; stepchildren Raymond Dionne of Somerset, Massachusetts, Michelle Dionne of Fall River, Massachusetts, and Rachelle Corey of Raynham, Massachusetts; and eleven grandchildren; a sister Virginia Mc Bain, and brother Conrad Keniston. A Memorial Service will be held at the Community Presbyterian Church in Hobe Sound on Wednesday, December 3, at 1:00 PM. In lieu of flowers, the familv requests donations be made to: Shrine Burns Inshfue, 51 Blossom St., Boston. Massachusetts 02114 or A Wish Come True, Inc., 1845 Post Rd,, Warwick, Rhode Island 02886 CLASSIFIED CLASSIFIED JOHN M. NYKIEL 87, of Tequesta, passed away Sunday, November 30, 1997 at the Jupiter Medical Center. Born In Chicago, n, he had been a resident of Tequesta for 25 years, coming from Convent Station, NJ. Prior to retirement, he was Manager of the Industrial t Institutional Dept. of Colgate-Palmolive Co. where he was employed for 41 years. He was a former president of the Toastmaster's International and was a member of the Knollwood Country Club in Elmsford, NY, the Hudson River Country Club In Yonkers, NY. the Ballen Isle Country Club in Palm Beach Gardens and the Riverbend Golf Club in Tequesta. Survivord include two sons, Kenneth Nykiel of Stoughton, MA and Ronald Nykiel, PhD, of Sugarland, TX; two daughters, Barbara Traver of W. Dundee, 1L and Deborah Davis of Plainfield, NH; two brothers, Thomas Casimir Nykiel, both of Chicago; two sisters, Josephine Cmunt ol Chicago and Helen Madaj of Hickory Hills, IL; 11 grandchildren and great grandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated, 1PM, Tuesday, December 2, 1997, at St. Jude Catholic Church, Tequesta with entombment in Riverside Memorial Park. Those who wish may make contributions to the American Heart Association, 1301 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach, Fl 33401. Friends may call Tuesday, December 2, from 12-1PM, at the AYCOCK FUNERAL HOME, 1112 Military Trail, Jupiter. WILLIAM H. DeSYLVA 85 of Lake Worth, El. passed away Nov. 29, 1997. He Is survived by his wile, Margaret of Lake Worth; 2 daughters Judith Desylva Annmarie Can! both of Lake Worth; Brother John Desylva of Cal.; Sister, June Hamilton of Cal.; 5 Grandchildren; 1 Great Granddaughter. He was a WW n veteran of the US Air Force. Member of the VEW- Lelsurevllle Chapter. Retired New York City Policeman. A Memorial Mass will be held on Thursday Dec. 4, 1997 at St. Thomas More Catholic Church ; 10935 S Military Tr., Boynton Beach.Fl at 11:30 M. A Cremation Service of the Palm Beaches, 640 E. Ocean Ave., Boynton Beach, Fl. in charge of arrangements. DR. CARLE VICKERS of West Palm Beach, a resident and practicing Dentist for many years passed away Saturday, November 29, 1997. He Is survived by a loving wife, Evelyn; one son. Carle Wayne (Jane) of Stevenson Ranch, Cal.; one brother, Thomas (Dorothy) of Portland, OR.; one granddaughter Asia; one nelce, Sharon Alice. Friends called on Monday, December 1. Private Services Tuesday, December 2. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Cancer Society. ROYAL PALM FUNERAL tHOME AND CEMETERY, 5601 Greenwood Avis, West Palm Beach. AGNES LOUISA ATTERBURY 48 years old, ol Palm Beach, Fl, died Saturday, November 29, 1997, at a local hospital. Born in NY, N.Y., Mrs. Atterbury had been a resident of Palm Beach since 1975. She is survived by her daughters, Emily and Elizabeth Atterbury of Palm Beach; her parents, Fu-Yeng and Lily Wang of West Palm Beach; and two aunts, Virginia Chang of Weston, MA, and Fu-Chung Wang of Tiatianjin, China. A Memorial Service will be held at 2 00 P.M. on Friday, December 5. 1997, at Bethesda-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, Palm Beach, Fl, with the Rev. Celeste O. Cox, officiating. QUATTLEBAUM- 1 HOLLEMAN-BURSE FUNERAL HOME, 1201 South .Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach, is in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in her memory to the American Cancer Society, 2724 North Australian Avenue, West Palm ' Beach, Fl, 33407. ' QUATTLEBAUM-HOLLEMAN-BURSE ' , FUNERAL HOME FAMILY OWNED OPERATED . JOSEPH PETER BELMONTE, JR. , of West Palm Beach, celebrated a joyful reunion with our Lord on November 25, 1997, after a valiant light against Burkina Lymphoma. J He was bom In Torrington, Connecticut on April 2, 1942. to Joseph and Katherine (Magner) Belmonte. Waiting to join him at the Golden Gate are his beloved and devoted wife, Kathryn; father, Joseph, Sr.; Stepmother, Marilyn; Older brother, Daniel; Twin sister, Mary Ann Beck; Children, Florence, Ki-mAnn and Joseph; Stepchildren. Angela, Michael, Cynthia and Stephanie; Special Friends, Lillie M. Pope, Mother-in-Law; Ceola Williams, Florette ' Robinson and Asia McMillian. Missing him are his pets Samantha, Sabrlna and Mlcco. Joe had many friends from all races, ethnic groups, and religions In both Florida and Connecticut. All who knew him were impressed by his warmth, his smile, and his devotion to those he loved. He developed a special bond with his spiritual 'family at Melech Yisrael Messianic Synagogue, where a memorial will be held for him on Tuesday, December 2, 1997. DORSEY FUNERAL HOME, Lake Worth is In , charge of arrangements. ' DORSEY FUNERAL HOME 3525 South Congress Ave., Lake Worth LESLIE F. BROWN " 85, a resident of North Palm Beach Fla. since I960 passed away November 30th at his home. He is survived by his loving wife Joyce; son, 'Jeffrey (Jeanne); daughter, Susan k"' .grandchildren, Charles and Michelle Brown, David ind Sandi Ackerman and Jennifer SchoU. Les Brown was a decorated WWII Veteran moved to Florida as Treasurer of "Lew Historical Publishing Company" and later re red from "Sears". He enjoyed 10 years of semi-retirement on staff at PGA National. i A memorial service will be held at 2PM Dm. ber 4, 1997 at the former Immanuel Presbyterian Church, Lake Park. The family request, that In lieu of powers dona-tlons be made to Hospice of Palm Beach County.