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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 38

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, November 15, 1968
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38 Palm Beach Post, Friday, Nov. 15, 1!M8 Oote from U.S. WlAXHEt UAU tSSA Deaths-Funerals In The Beaches Area West Palm Beach, Mi s. Chat lotte Hale of Hamden, Conn., and Mrs. Olive Wells of Wall-ingsford, Conn.; one son. Charles of Middex Hayes. England: and eight grandchildren. Funeral services will lie held Saturday at 11 a.m. i Tillman Military Trail Funci al Home. Friends may call today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. Shower. RTOffl Snow lv":':;) FlurrlM m Palm Beach, died Wednesday. Survivors include her husband, Jason H.; one sister, Mrs. Fred Hunter of N.Y., N Y. and one brother, Harry Hasson Jr. of Eel Air Md. (iraveside services will be held at 10 a.m. today in Hill-crest Memorial Park. Northwood Funeral Home is in charge of funeral arrangements. KKKI) AD AMS LAKF WORTH Fred Adam-, 50, o Wingtield Street died W5'dne-day . Sinv.wos include a daugh-lei. Miss Yvonne Adams ol .Miami; a sister. Mrs. Llhel Thomas of Riviera Beach; three urolhi-rs, Lee Allen, and figurtt Show High Temperature Expected for Daytime Friday Uolared reeieitorioD Nor Indicated Contult lacel forecast West Palm Beach; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. todav at the K f'.ail Smith and Son Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Friends may call from H a.m. until service time todav at the funeral home. MRS. ORA LEE SCOTT BELLE GLADE Mrs. Ora Lee Scott, 4H, of 616 SW 11th St., died Monday. Survivors include her husband, Flint; three sons, Paul Thompson of Parris, Tenn.. and James Wimberley and Willie P. Scott, both of' Belle Glade, and one daughter, Mrs. Annie Ruth Thomas of Belle Glade. Funeral services will be held al 2 p.m. Sunday al ihc Ml. Moriah Baptist Church. Bryant. Burial will be it, Port Mayaca Cemetery. Taylor Funeral Home, Belle Glade, is in charge of arrangements. MRS. ESTHER M. PA110R Mrs. Esther M. Pabor. 67. ot 2.'W Caroma Dr., West Palm Beach, died Thursday. Survivors include three (laughters, Mrs. Mary Yiole ol (Plirptwl) Southern Plains today. Rain should move into the Pacific Coast region : and change to snow flurries in the ' Northern and Central Rockies. RAIN IN MIDSECTION - Rain will extend from the Lakes region southwestward through the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys into the Charlie Ha Laud, i dale. Rn hi i Boa Kun i a! s lis, bolh ol Fort and Homer Lee ol h. i vice will be ai 1 Weather Table p.m. Saturda a; tin Church Bv The Vs Ulunv VltHi, i li, roue Plan KxpaiiMon : ;.i TEL AVIV (AP The In- '' ("' terconlinenlal Hotel in Arab j I" East Jerusalem, held by the ,' 'I Israeli government as custodi-! an for absentee ownership, ; plans to build loo new rooms, the management announced. ; Prior io the Arab-Israeli war - j ot June ,r)-10, 17, the govern-i j: mcnt of Jordan held H." per cent ol the hotel shares. 1 I'l.llhl . Moines Prisoner Flees, Is Recaptured A Palm Beach County jail prisoner who escaped about 10 a.m. today has been captured. At the time of the escape the prisoner was waiting for medical treatment at the Palm Beach County Health Department, 825 Evernia St. The Sheriff's Department identified the runaway as Willie Lee Webster, also known as Willie Lee Fowler, 20, of 1020 Ninth St., West Palm Beach. Webster, being held in lieu of $26,000 bond, left the building while handcuffed. Brady Brannam, who left the Sheriff's Department in June and is scheduled to return as a detective sergeant, observed Webster fleeing on foot. Brannam followed the fugitive to Tamarind Avenue near Clematis Street where he found Webster hiding under a house. Webster faces charges of four counts of armed robbery, two counts of assault with intent to kill, one count of shooting into a dwelling and one count of buying or receiving stolen property. Ileum: . K.o.i hanks , K.iM U.iiili Helena tntll in.eruii. linn .iu Mrs. Aldyce Freymuth of Savannah, Ga. Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Mi-zell-Faville-Zern Hibiscus Chapel. Interment will take place Monday at Marianna. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today at the chapel. HARRIS MITCHELL BAKER MIAMI - Harris Mitchell Baker, 74, former West Palm Beach resident and widely known in Masonic circles, died Wednesday at his home, 8100 SW 52nd Ave. Mr. Baker's Masonic career spanned 4ti years and he achieved Masonry's highest honor, the .'l.'lrd degree, honorary. He resigned as general secretary of the Lake Worth Scottish Rite Masons in June, 15. Survivors include his wife, Alice; a son, H. M. Jr. of Wilmington, Del.; a daughter, Mrs. F.dna B. Haley of Los Angeles, Calif.; four sisters, the Misses Anna Mae Baker, Elizabeth Baker, Pauline Baker and Ruby Baker, all of Bloomfield, N.J.; and five grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Philbrick Coral Gables Funeral Home, 8.17 Ponce do Leon Ave. Graveside services will be conducted bv Memorial Lodge No. 2(i, F it AM, West Palm Beach, at Woodlawn Cemetery, SW 8th St. and 33rd Ave., Miami. Memorial Lodge will open its lodge room service at 11 a.m. Saturday at Gulf-stream Lodge No. 245, F & AM. Lake Worth. PETER .1. STREIFF SR. Peter J. Streiff Sr., 63, of 4S7I) Gun Club Rd., West Palm Beach, died Thursday. Survivors include his wile, Jennie; two daughters, Mrs. Alice Rineheart and Mrs. Elizabeth Gwibt; one son, Peter J., Jr.; one brother, William; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Era-mert, Mrs. Theresa Boles and Mrs. William Darby; 18 grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren, all of Syracuse, N.Y. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Tillman Lake Worth Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. CARLM. P.ARNEIX LAKE WORTH Carl M. Parnell, 72, of 4197 Military Trail, died Thursday. Survivors include his wile. Eva B.; three sisters, Mrs. Viola P. Johns. Mrs. Merle John ston, and Mrs. Sadie P. Gain sha, all of West Palm Beach; two brothers, Thomas J. ol Fort Lauderdale and Alto B. ol H. E. MCCOY COEBL'RN. Va. H. E. McCoy, 75, of Coobum, died Thursday. Survivors Include' his wife, Rosa; five daughters; four sons. Including C. R. McCoy of North Palm Beach: five sisters and three brothers. Kuneral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Kstes Kuneral Home in Coe-bum. ik. adriams johasnks lkonardmokitz h:th palm bkacm l)f. Adrianus Johannes Leonard Morit. 85. of :U7") S. Ocean Kd., died Wednesday. Survivors include his wife, llendrika; four sons, Adrianus .lr. of Chicago, 111 . Leonard A. of Ila-lini;s on the Hudson, N'.Y., Call II. ol Stuart and John M., Asheville, N.C.; four (ipuKhters, Mrs. Klizabeth M. Ham of Arnhern, Holland, Mrs. Ann M. (iriffith of San Dicjjo, Calif., Mrs. Alwine O'Meara ol I'acilic I'alisadcs, Calif., and Mrs. Wilhelmina H. Stein ol Miami; '12 (jrandchil-dren and in nival -hi andchil dicn. Private servii -es will he held wilh arrangements in charge ol National Chapel Mortuary, lain llipoluxo lid., Kovnlon Beach. MltS..K ( KVV.OAVLS Mrs. (irace U. I;avis. 72. ol -MS i:i(;hlh St., West Palm Beach, died Wednesday. Survivors include one son, William T. Davis of Miami, one sister. Mrs. Lisa L. Meyer of West Palm Beach, and two grandchildren. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Miell Kaville-Zcrn Hibiscus Street Chapel. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to !) p.m. today at the funeral chapel. MRS. J OH. ANA H A;NKS MCKAY I.AKK WORTH - Mrs. ,lo-hanah Agnes McKay, 71, of 12t So. K St.. died Wednesday. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Mary Helen (jottwald ol Milwaukee, Wis., and Mrs. Shirley Irene Sol-tiorg ol Sparta, Wis.; and six granchildren. A rosary will be recited at 7:.'ill p.m. today at Lake Worth Funeral Home. A mass will be said at it a.m. Saturday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Friends may call from t to It p.m. today at the funeral home. MRS. M.AKIK A. MCKKK Mrs. Marie A. McKee, til, of 125 Northwood Rd., West SPECIAL i,. FROM I 1 li. 11 W M Km l 1 1 Is.. VyJlR trM? ol Hod, Lake Worth. Fiiemls ma call Irom J loll p.m. toil.u at Slovens Broth ers Funeral Home, West Palm lie, ion, and Satuidav at the church ruin In a.m. to srrva-e lime. (aiSKIKLUNQU.YA PALM BKACH SIIORKS (jabriel Cinquina, 77, of 112 Bravado Lane died Wednesday. Retired, he formerly owned a clothing manufacturing company a! Chicago. Survivors include his wile, Florence Rita; lour sons, Anthony ol Palm Beach Shores, Col. Vincent al Arlington, Va., Julius of Aurora, 111., and Joseph ol Los Angeles; a daughter, Mrs. Antonette Daly ol Chicago; a brother, Dominic ol Chicago; two sisters, Mrs. Tlleiesa DiCiceo ol Chicago and Mrs. Mary Papagno ol Baltimore, Md., and live grandchildren. Rosary will be at 7:. 'Ill p.m. todav at the National Chap - Mortuary, Hypoluxo Road. funeral mass will be al C lii a.m. Saturday al Holy v oil Catholic Church, l.anla- vl.iti.t;! . i ti K . -1 - l..s SI P ( t I ll It .111 ',ni Yui k nkl.i On , i iin.ili.r . I'lul.iiloliilu.i Pri'i.tiix if 416 CLEMATIS Open Fri. till 9 PM Se.illle U.I-Hill U Mini i H.(lltll) TMll.l, New! Just arrived! A beautiful selection of Ladies 14K Gold Enpapement Sets ... all with genuine sparkling diamonds. Priced remarkably low at . . . Funeral .Notices S AMI EL L. KEMP RIVIERA BEACH funeral vrvlrcs tnr Sdtnuel L. Kemp. 60. of 1121 W. 4th Sr. who dif-d Monduv, will be al 111 a.m. Salurdav al SI. Palrhk Episcopal Chun. West Palm Reich. A vesper service will be held 7 : .10 to niuhl al Ihc church. Coleman Kuneral Home Is in charge of arrangements. MRS BESSIE PRICE Funeral services for Mrs. tiessie Price. 62. ol H5 21 si Sr. West Palm Beach, who died Nov, H. will be held al 1 p.m. Saiur (la al I'avne Chapel AME Chun h. West Palm lleach. Krlends may call from 4 to 10 p.m. today al Coleman Funeral Home and hum 11 a.m. Saturday until services at the church. THOM AS I. O DON.NELl. IK. A rnsarv will be recited fro Thomas .1. (VDonnell Jr.. 11. of 12H Palm Sr. West Pain Beach, at 7 p.m. todav at (Juallle bauni Burse Funeral Home. A requiem mass will be said at H a.m. Sahudav atst. Ann'sCdtholieChurch. Friends mav call at the funeral home from Li to 1 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. RAYMOND H. KfKK PAt.M BKACH HARDENS - Services for Ravmond 11. Kirk. :IH. of 4IIM Roches-ler SI., who died Wednesday, will be held al 111 a.m. Saturday al Howard Funeral Home. 27 III Broadway. Riviera Beach. Kriends mav rail at the chapel from .1 to !S anil 7 to H p.m. today and from H a.m. until service lime Saturday. ( (il.EN WALSH NORTH PAI.M BEACH Funeral services lor C. (lion Walsh, Iff, ol 120 l.ehane Terrace, who died Werlncsrl.n . Will lie held at 1 p.m. Saturday al llamm and Price Funeral Homo, Ninth Palm Beach. Kl lends may call fr om 2 to 4 anil 7 to p.m. today at the funeral home. MRS IRENE I.IMIER .IttNO Kuneral services for Mis Irene Under, til. ol 11213 Ellison Wilson Rrl.. who rlied Tuesday, will tie held at !' a.m. Saturday al the Hamm and Pi in Kuneral Home, North Palm lleach. Kriends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to !i p.m. lorlav at ihc funeral home. IS) 1 ... j.l M ci $9195 Friemls may call from 2 to J and 7 to ! p.m. Friday at the National Chapels Mortuary. NO DOWN PAYMENT $5.00 MONTH Yule Leave Policy Given WASHINGTON (UPI) The Pentagon Thursday announced a liberal Christmas and New Years leave policy for U.S. servicemen, except for the more than 600,000 men serving in the Vietnam war zone. The announcement said the leave policy would give opportunities to most servicemen stationed abroad elsewhere and In the United States to go home for either Christmas or New Years during the upcoming holiday season. The holiday period during which the policy will cover extends from mid-December to mid-January, the Pentagon said. Mischief Reported By Card Salesman HOYNTON PEACH - Police were called at a: 10 p.m. Wednesday when Jess Marsh, of il.'llll Orange St., reported that two youths forcibly look some boxes of Christmas cards from him and strewed the cards in the street. Marsh was unable to identify the youths or gie police ot'.icers any description ol the 'ooys, who were gone from ihe area when police responded. DAVID F. OKK.i.FRS David F. Driggers, .'Iti, of 45W drove St., West Palm Iieach, died Wednesday at Veterans Hospital, Miami. 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