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trrtfrrftf'rT? t 4B THE PALM BEACH POST THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1997 I CLASSIFIED FUNERAL NOTICES CLASSIFIED Best Credit Card Interest Rates? You'll find them every Monday in BusinessDayOne in The Palm Beach Post. MICHAEL JOHN NOWOSAD of Pompano Beach, passed away on November 27, 1997 while vacationing with his family in Maui, Hawaii. He is survived by Sarah, Janet and his father, Michael F. Nowosad. Visiting hours will be held Thursday, December 4, 1997 from M PM at LORNE SONS FUNERAL HOME, 745 N. Federal Highway, Delray Beach. A funeral mass will be celebrated on Friday. December 5, 1997, 1:00 PM, at St. Vincent Ferrer Catholic Church, 840 George Bush Blvd. Delray Beach. Please see 0BITUARIES5B STANLEY DALE VAN CAMP Mr. Van Camp, 64 years old, of West Palm Beach. FL died Sunday, November 30, 1997 at a local hospital, following an extended illness. Mr. Van Camp had been a resident of West Palm Beach since 1973. He retired from the U.S. Air Force as a Master Sergeant after serving for over twenty years. Following his career with the Air Force, Mr. Van Camp was associated with the First National Bank in Palm Beach for fifteen years until his health forced a retirement in 1989. Mr. Van Camp was a member of Sharon Christian Church of West Palm Beach. He was preceded in death by his daughter; Dawn Marie Van Camp on November 11, 1997. Survivors include his wife: Charlene Van Camp f ' ... of west paun ueacn, to.; two sons: Steven Dale van Camp and his wife: Julia of Kalamazoo, MI; David Charles Van Camp of West Palm Beach, FL and his BELINDA 'BEBE' BRAY Age 36. of Lake Worth, our beloved mother, daughter, sister. Aunt, niece, cousin and friend slept peacefully away December 01, 1997. daughter: Sheri Ann McMahon and her husband: Simplicity with Dignity Simple Cremation, Burial, Transfers Providing An Alternative To Higher Funeral Cost We offer complete pre-arranging. You an freeze the cost of services at today's prices. We encourage price comparisons. Call.. 737-0001 or 800-588-71 18 Eugene of Burtonsville, MD. Also surviving are two step-sons: Mark Seidenstucker and his wife: Annette of Jessup, GA and Charles Seidenstucker of Renando Beach, CA. Additional survivors include two brothers: Joseph Van Camp of San Luis Obispo, CA ana koii van camp of Lake Mavasu Lily, A&. and Lucille Burns 91221 12396 Sadly missed by your loved ones. Although you are gone you will never be forgotten. You will dwell in our hearts forever. Vljnon, Shailcnc, Ricky, Bonnie, Norman, Jackv. Li:. 3 Carney, LiRonc. FicJ. Lcc, LinJs.iv, Lauren, Ellysia, Travis, Trov. Kvlc & Dcnise seven grandchildren. BETTY LOUISE MOSES HALL ae 60, of Riviera Beach, Fla. departed this life on November 30, 1997. She was a oag time resident of The Palm Beaches and active member of Payne Chapel A.M.E. Church. She leaves to cherish memories with her husband, William Hall; three sons, Michael Moses (Tracy), Glenn Hail and John Hall; four brothers, Roy Moses (Lula), Washington Moses, Jerome Moses (Stephanie) and Charles Moses (Sheila); five sisters: Mary Kirkland, Barbara Hunt (Revere Hunt), Viola Coleman (Reginald Coleman), Rebecca Rigsby (Hay-ward Rigsby) and Carol Morris (Joseph Morris); eight grandchildren; a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. Home Going Services on Saturday, December 6, 1997. 10:00 a.m. at Payne Chapel A.M.E. Church, W.PB. with Shepherd W.J. Jackson, officiating. Funeral arrangements entrusted to STEVENS BROS. FUNERAL HOME. OLLIE J. SMITH Hu reached her heavenly home! A long time resident at West Palm Beach, Fla. Mrs. Smith was a retired Grocery Store owner lor 40 years of Smith's Grocery Meats on Division Ave., W.P.B. She also, was a former employee of The Palm Beach Kennel Club. She departed this life on November 29, 1997 and was preceded in death by her husband, Raymond Smith, Sr. in 1978 and her only son, Raymond Smith, Jr. in 1968. Survivors Include her sister. Little M. Boston of Boston, Mass.: devoted and loving granddaughter, Jovce A. Smith of Riviera Beach, Fla.; loving grandchildren, Cassandra Finley of Hinesville, Georgia, Raymond Smith, m and Ramona Smith both of Orlando, Fla. and Natilie Smith of New Jersey; twelve great-grandchildren; four great-great grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and sorrowing friends. Homegoing Celebration will be held on Saturday, December 6, 1997, 11:00 a.m. at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 718 3rd St., West Palm Beach, Fla. with Pastor J. D. Henderson, officiating. Friends may call on Friday, 5:00-8:00 p.m. at STEVENS BROS. FUNERAL CHAPEL, W.P.B. Arrangements entrusted to STEVENS BROS. FUNERAL HOM E Belinda was a dedicated and faithful member of Redemptive Life Fellowship where she served on many boards. She graduated from Lake Worth High School 1979, and Palm Beach Community College, July 1982. She leaves to cherish a loving and devoted family, three children, Amber, Anya and Armand Armstrong; mother, Yvonne Bray; Grandmother, Ruby Jones; three sisters- Djanne (Marvin) Marshall, Angela Foster and Patricia Bray-Slydell ; two God-Sisters, Alice Bostick and Sophia Bray ; one God-Brother, Vincent Jordan; Niece, Samantha Sly dell; nephews, Terrance and Damien Robinson; a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, including devoted cousins Chris Bray and Ruby Richardson-McCrim-mon, and many devoted friends including Helen Miller. A Memorial Service will be held at 10:00 A.M. on Saturday, December 6, 1997 at Sharon Christian Church, West Palm Beach with the Rev. Sheldon Thomas, Pastor, officiating. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions to Sharon Christian uneralBptionsinc I 115 Woolbright Road, Boynton Beach Church, 3443 North Haverltill Road. West Palm Beach, FL 33417 or to Alzheimer's Community Care Association. w NorthPoint Parkway. Suite 101-B. West Palm Beach. FL 33407. QUATTLEBAUM- HULLfcJWAN-BUKSE FUNERAL HOME, 1201 South Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach in charge of arrangements. Home going services will be on Monday, December 8,1997 at 2 PM at Redemptive Life Fellowship. Friends may call Sunday at ROYAL PALM FUNERAL HOME, 5601 Greenwood Ave., WPB from PM. QUATTLEBAUM-HOLLEMAN-BURSE FUNERAL HOME FAMILY OWNED A OPERATED EILEEN FOGLE GAVIN Age 74 of Royal Palm Beach, FL. died Nov. 30, IPOPPLER 1997. Born January 14, 1923 in Washington, D.C, lived here since ISM coming from Marietta, Ohio. A 1943 Call for latest weather conditions, forecasts for 2,000 cities, severe weather warnings, and on the graduate of Marietta college and a L946 graduate of Duke University Law School. A member of Alpha XI Delta Sorority. She worked as an attorney for the U.S. government in the early times. Pre-deceased by parents, Charles D. and Elsie Dickson Kogle; pre-deceaseo oy nusband, wmiara J. Gavin; pre-deceased by son, Thomas W. Gavin, pre deceased by brothers and sister, Chuck i ogle, Harry Kogle ana Hetty Lou fogie smun. Internet: DOPPLER 12000 radar refreshed every three minutes, color satellite maps and boating and aviation forecasts. These are free services of NEWS 12, The Palm Beach Post and Palm Beach Interactive. Survived by son, Ritt (Barbara) Dunham of Wellington, FL.; son, Patrick C. Gavin of Royal Palm Beach, FL.; daughters Maureen J. Bryant and Kathleen L. (J. Michael) Tewkesbury both of Marietta, Ohio; grandmother of Maury Deem, James MUSETTE ANDREWS Musette (Bryant) Smith Andrews, age 91, of 5881 Sun Points Circle in Boynton Beach, Florida died December 1 at her residence, after a brief illness. She was the wife of the late Clarence F. Andrews and the late Raymond E. Smith who was founder of RESCO Printing Company in Fall River. Born in Fall River, a daughter of the late Dr. Charles H. Bryant who was a prominent area pliysician and on the staff of St Anne's and the former Truesdale and Union Hospitals, and the late Sarah Gadsby Bryant, she resided in Tiverton during her early life,' moving to Fall River following her marriage to her first husband, the late Raymond E. Smith. She lived in Fall River for a number of years before moving to West port Harbor where she resided for over 40 years before moving to Florida a year ago. She was a graduate of B.M.C. Durfee High School in Fall River and also a graduate of Sargent College of Boston University. She was a Physical Education teacher in Providence following her graduation. Mrs. Andrews was a longtime member of the First Congregational Church in Fall River, and a member of the United Congregational Church in Little Compton, Rhode Island. Long active in civic leadership she had been a member of the Junior League of Fall River, and was also a member and president of the Womens Board of the former Truesdaie Hospital and the Woman's Club both in Fall River, a past President of the Women's Union of Fall River, an incorporator of the Home for Aged People In Fall River and of the former Children's Home in Fall River now Stevens Childrens Home of Swansea. She was also a member of the District Nursing Association, the Ninth Street Day Nursery, and the Deaconess Home, all of Fall River. During World War H she did volunteer work for the Fall River Chapter American Red Cross. Mrs, Andrews was a member of the Acoaxet Club of Westport Harbor and the Quequechan Club of Fall 561 355-WPEC, Line 1212 From Jupiter to Boynton Beach , 561 337-0511, Line 1212 In Martin & St. Lucie Counties http:www.GoPBI.com Bryant 111, William j. lewkesoury, John K. Tewkesbury and Elisha Tewkesbury; several nieces JOIN US EVERY SUNDAY FOR BBQ SUCKLING PIG, CORN ON THE COB & RED BEANS AND RICE! ONLY 7.95. ASK ABOUT OUR WEEKLY SPECIALS, & JOIN US FOR LIVE MUSIC and nephews. Memorial Services will be held 7:00 P.M. Tuesday, Dec. 09, 1997 at the Funeral Home. Contributions may be made in her memory to Muscular Dystrophy. imsmmm r BARTENDERS, WAITRESSES & COOKS Join Us For Our "IN THE BIZ" SUNDAY NIGHT PARTY Her great sense of humor will be missed by "in everyone who knew her. PALMS WEST FUNERAL HOME 110 BUSINESS PARKWAY (STATE ROAD 7) ROYAL PALM BEACH. FLORIDA FAMILY OWNED 4 OPERATED Church & Synagogue Listings Look in Accent every Friday for listings of services and activities at local houses of worship. MARY FRANCES 'PEG' GLOVEN OPEN r10iCIE A longtime resident of the Palm Beaches, died Jttilm Beach ftwt Have your company Christmas MRA Party on the Water at the exciting rHAPPrE0UI'1.7piMiM, 2 fori Well Drinks 6 Draft Been Kiver. Surviving; 1 Son, C. Bryant Smith of Boynton Beach, Florida; 1 Daughter, Sally S. Ramsbottom, of Warren, RI and Stuart Florida; 3 grandchildren, Mrs. Geoffrey S. (Sara) Ramsbottom of Jupiter, Florida, P. Scott. Ramsbottom of Little Compton, R.I. and D. Hunt Ramsbottom, Jr. of Brentwood, CA.; 4 Great grandchildren; 1 Niece and 1 Nephew. Her Service of Thanksgiving and Reflection will be held Wednesday, December 10, 1997 at 11:00 A.M. in the 'CHERRY PLACE' HOME OF WARING -ASHTON COUGHUN, SU1LIVAN - DRLSCOLL, 178 Winter St, Fall River. Memorial Contributions may be made to Hospice by the Sea, Inc., 1531 West Palmetto Park Rd., Boca Raton, Florida 33486 or Charlton Memorial Hospital 363 Highland Ave. Fall River 02720, Burial is private. rv Open Daily ll:30am'2:00am Tuesday, December 2, 1997. She is survived by her daughter, Dorothea S. O'Malley of Jupiter, Fl; her son, John J. Sullivan of Lake Worth, FL; and seven grandchildren. The Mass of the Resurrection will be held at 10:00 A.M. on Thursday, December 4, 1997 (today) at St. Ann Catholic Church, West Palm Beach. Interment will follow at Queen of Peace Catholic Cemetery, Royal Palm Beach, FL. QUATTLEBAUM-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 charity of your choice. QUATTLEBAUM-HOLLEMAN-BURSE FUNERAL HOME FAMILY OWNED 4 OPERATED $$$ SAVE A FORTUNE $$$ at I 781-0929 ; 4817 S.E. Dixie Highway - Port Salerno OUR LOCATION STINKS, BUT OUR FOOD is FABULOUS JOEL BARLOW 1908 - 1997 ffi)E MJGA Italian Restaurant "Best Italian Food In Florida" 3500 Broadway (US1) DAISY M. WALLACE age 60, of 2401 SW 10th Ave., Delray Beach, passed away peacefully December 2, 1997. She leaves to cherish her memories, 1 son Willie Riley Sr., (April) of Delray Beach, 2 daughters Mary Fulmore (Sam) of Pompano Beach, Fl., Gloria Smith (Rawna) of Salisbury, MD., 1 brother Seymore Riley Sr., (Rita) of Stuart, Fl.. 3 sisters Eva Mae Allan and Dorothy Scott, both of Delray Beach. Catherine Dixon of Barnwell, SC., 3 aunts Henrietta Evans of Barnwell, SC., Geneva Bates and Catherine Galloway both of Elko, SC., 2 uncles Bill Evans of Barnwell, SC., Samuel Bates of Elko, SC., brother-in-law Tommy Scott of Delray Beach, 9 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren and many other nieces, nephews and other sorrowing relatives and friends. Homegoing Service, Saturday December 6, 1997, 1PM at Evangilist Reach Out Ministries, 251 SW 8th St., Delray Beach., with Bisop Willie Perdue, Pastor officiating. Friends may call, Friday 6-9PM at the chapel. STRAGHN k SON, TRI CITY FUNERAL HOME, 26 SW 5th Ave. Delray Beach, in charge of arrangements. Next to Postons few blocks south of Northlake Lake Park Joel Barlow, a retired partner in the Washington law firm of Covington & Burling where he practiced law for 43 years, died at his home in Delray Beach, Florida. He was 89. Mr. Barlow graduated with honors from George Washington University Law School in 1935 and from Alma College in 1929. He was a member of the honorary scholastic societies, Phi Beta Kappa and the Order of the Coif. Earlier he attended public schools in Pennsylvania and Michigan. Mr. Barlow was a part-time adjunct professor of law at the George Washington University Law School for a number of years. During his law school student years (1932-35) he taught English, journalism and public speaking at Central High School in Washington and prior to that (1929-31) in the Flint (Michigan) Central High School. He served for a number of years as a member of the Board of Trustees of the George Washington University, the Madeira School, the Corcoran Art Gallery, Norwich University and Alma college. He was president of the Tax Institute of America in 1958. Mr. Barlow was Treasurer of the United States Chamber of Commerce in 1955-57 and a member of the U.S. Chamber's Board of Directors and Chairman of it's Committee on Taxation for the years 1955 to 1960 and 1962 to 1971. He was the author of numerous published articles on federal tax policy, legislation and litigation. Mr. Barlow was a member of the Metropolitan Club of Washington, The Chevy Chase and Burning Tree Clubs and the Ocean Club and the Country Club our Famous Soup, Salad & Bread Bars COMPLETE DINNERS from 5.S5 Reminisce PIZZAS from 5.S9 I (OPEN FOR LUNCH M-F AT 11 AM) 50's, 60's & 70's Rock & Roll Featuring Drummer Bob of Florida. He is survived by his wife, Eleanor Livingston Poe Barlow of Delray Beach; their three daughters. Eleanor Poe 8634567 (f" Bartow of Friendship, Maine, Jae Barlow Roosevelt of Cambridge, Massachusetts,. Grace of McLean, Virginia and five Barlow Bowman grandchildren. PAUL W. WILLIAMS Paul W. Williams, former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of 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 Laurie, in 1925, and Harvard Law 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 n 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 hy 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 the 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. 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, offiriating. QIJATTLEBAI IM-HOLLEMAN-BURSE FUNERAL HOME, 1291 South Olive Ave., West Palm Beach, FL, is in charge of arrangements. QUATTLEBAUM-HOLLEMAN-BURSE FUNERAL HOME FAMILY OWNED OPERATED Any one Dinner Entree or j Pizza when 2nd of equal or , CATERING From $ goo per person Funeral services will be held in Washington, D.C. Scobee-Combs-Bowden Funeral Home Boynton Beach, FL (561) 732-8151 Family Owned Operated 1 &WncJ2a 3 One coupon per party. With ' coupon only. Tues.-Sat. 4:30 1 1 pm-8:30pm. j KfcSTAUKAIN 1 4000 NE Indian River Dr., PATRICIA L. CURTISS txpires Jensen Beach ti n n n h n n 334'3000 64 of West Palm Beach passed away on Monday, December 1,1997. Patricia was born and raised in Chicago Heights, DLi.. She was an active member of the First Congregational Church and the Lake Worth Golf Course. She is survived by her Husband of 37 years William Curtiss Jr.; son, Jeffrey A. Curtiss; daughter, Vlcki L. Stallings; two grandchildren, Tyler and David; sister, Jean Guenette (Rene); sister, Lee Call (Clyde); niece, Carol Burley (Jim); niece, Renee ' All Major f Credit CarJs Accepted Gallo (Rick); and many other nieces and nephews. In Lieu of Flowers, please make donations to ei I sitv Al v. ther the Lupus Foundation or the American Cancer ru t rLurmiu 3'r Society. There will be a 1:00 PM Service on Saturday, December 6th, at the First Congregational Church of Lake Worth. ALL COUNTY FUNERAL HOME CREMATORY . FAMILY OWNED 6 OPERATED cJracfitionaf TXortfiem (European Cuisine Our Entrees are serxed with Soup or Salad and Carousel Appetizer A Scandinavian Feast oj Assorted Cold Delights, Homemade White or Pumpernickel Bread Enjoy jresh Fish, Steaks, Wiener Schnitzel ROBERT E. DENNARD age 76, of North Palm Beach, Florida passed away on November 23, 1997 at Good Samaritan Medical Center In West Palm Beach, Fla. He was born in Ixjuisville, Kentucky, but grew up in St. Augustine, Florida which he considered home. Mr. Dennard was a graduate of Ohio State University and The University of Cincinnati Law School. He was a member of The Ohio and Texas State Bars and The American Bar Association. He was also, a Certified Public Accountant in Georgia and Texas. After closing his Law Practice in Dallas, Texas in 1986 he retired to North Palm Beach, Florida where he was Adjunct Teacher at Northwood University for 10 years. He was a member of various Civic and Legal Organizations. He is survived by his wife the former Evelyn Willingham of Lineville. Alabama; one son, Robert N. Dennard of Decatur, Georgia; one granddaughter, Michelle Dennard of Dover, Delaware. Graveside Services were held Wednesday, November 26, 1997 at Lineville City Cemetery. Burial followed. BENEFIELD FUNERAL HOME, Lineville, Ala. in charge of arrangements. veai Uscar, Duck Urange, Rack oj Lamb and much more $10.50 to $19.50 Our Famous Chateaubriand for Two ajter :JU pm jor only 5J6.50 $45.95 including Wine jJ(Ht, am fyetij jfwciaMy invited attend a memf-ria jerwee in xw-r tte ate lc-nmr- 9i.&. oMtformy fc-r the &tiern 2)idt. P)ew (lvfc ami S)'ew (ifcrfc &ate cttr Jne at Cteja-6y-tie-tfea JStiicfta furci idPam (fyeaft, cri(a en &cIay, - 2)ecmw 4, i997 &crna service eyin at twr- r 're-ec. 'Sufje Kiiami ai6e ensj renewewcr wantj wtjaminy an istnric rent riw tic m tc te ife cf reentry and community, decerned 'qAmjuJ b, 1997 at tie aje cf '3'f . Early Dinner Menu 4.30 to 6:00, including Soup and Salad, Dessert, Coffee or Tea 4 PER PERSON EXP. 121297 j-L-. Private Junctions up to 170 people, Office Parties MARY KATHERINE BRANDENBURG Age 82, of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida passed away on Wednesday morning, December 3, 1997 after an extended illness. Mrs. Brandenburg was born December 1. 1915 In Trafalgar, Indiana, daughter of the late Tellis and Delia Brown. She had been a resident of the Palm Beach area since 1979, coming from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Mrs. Brandenburg leaves to cherish her loving memory her devoted husband of 56 years, Richard Kenneth Brandenburg, Sr.; her loving sons: Richard Kenneth Brandenburg, Jr. and wife Susan, of Laingsburg, Michigan and Gary Brandenburg and wife Kathleen, of North Palm Beach; one brother, William Brown, of Las Vegas, Nevada; her adored grandchildren: Courtney Elizabeth, Mary Katherine, Dylan Jon, John Paul and Ashley Demeaus Brandenburg. Private funeral services for the immediate family will be held Thursday, Derember 4, 1997 at THOMAS L. PRICE FUNERAL HOME, North Palm Bearh with Rev. Steve Ruegg offiriating. Gravpslde services will be held Friday, December 12, 1997 at Evergreen Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan. ?3 Thursday to Saturday Live Band 9:30 to 2 am 5500 N. Federal Hwy. Boca Raton 04 mile N. vjYamato near Gold's Gym) 561-995-8990 4 For further inquiry call: 687-9000 .,muxi.Mim.niii.it.i .j. .i,.,inBwna

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