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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 39

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3H Palm Beach Post, Friday, Nov. 15. 18 Oato from U.S. WSAJHH BUfff AU Deaths-Funerals In The Beaches Area 40 West Palm Beach, Mrs. Char lotte Hale of Hamden. Conn., and Mrs. Olive Wells of Wall ingsford, Conn.: one son. Charles of Middex Hayes, fin gland; and eight granelchil dren. funeral services will In-held Saturday at 11 a.m. a' Tillman Military Trail Fun.'i al Home. friends may call today from 2 to 1 and 7 to H p.m. at the funeral home. Figurtt Show High Tmp(aturt Exptcttd For Oaytim Friday Itolatcd Precipitation No) Indicottd Coniult locol fortcaii Palm Beach, died Wednesday. Suivivors include her husband. Jason H.; one sister, Mrs. Fred Hunter of N.Y., N.Y. and one brother. Ham Hasson Jr. of telAirMd. (iraveside services will be held at HI a.m. today in Hill-crest Memorial Park. Northwood funeral Home is in charce of funeral arrangements. FKKI) ADAMS l.AKK Wi if ill 1 - Finl Ad Hi-. Mi. of Wmulii'I'l Street died W. illle-d.!'.. Sui '. ,'. mi .in hid,- ,i d,iUL:!i ! i . Al;s V'.otnic Adam-, ol Miami: a Mis. Klhel Tii'. ii i- .. Ilr. !!.! lira, li; i'i ! ee le ' il In I. re Allen, and Oi.-tb ! Lulls, liolh of pn l.aud.-idal... and II , ,r"l I !ivin l Heat h. l-'ilin! al v: ii . will Ik at 1 p.m. S.itur'la', a' ihe ( him h of ( ion. Lata Wonli. Pi lend-, may call Irom .'! In i p.'ii. toii.i'. at Stevens Kro'h-e: - Kilnt i.d lloiite. West I'.eni K' e ll, and Saliml.iv at the ' va; cii i ID a.in to mma a e West Palm Beach; and several nieces and nephews. funeral services will be held at J p.m. lodav at the E Earl Smith and Son funeral Home. Lake Worth. friends may call from ! a.m. until service time today at the funeral home. MRS. OR A LEE SCOTT BELLE (il.ADE Mrs. Oi a Lee Scott, 18, of tilli 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 (ilaele, and one daughter. Mrs. Annie Kulh Thomas of Belle (ilade. funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday al the Ml. Moriah Baptist Church. Dry. int. Burial will lie in Pol l Mayaca Cemetery. Taylor funeral Home. Belle (ilade, is in charge of arrangements. MRS. ESTHER M. I'AISOK Mrs. Esther M. Pabor, hT. ol (.'aroma Dr., West Palm Beach, died Thursday. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Mary Viele ol RAIN IN MIDSECTION - Rain will extend from the Lakes region southwestward through the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys into the Southern Plains today. Rain should move into the Pacific Coast region and change to snow flurries in the Northern and Central Rockies. Weather Table He The ss i.iteil Press . , i as , IM;hi lli;tnsiui - ;; TEL AVIV 'AIM The In-' tiTcontinental Holed in Arab .' ri East Jerusalem, held by the " Israeli government as custodi-i '-. an for absentee' ownership. - j; plans to build Khi new rooms, ' ihe management announced. " Prior to the Arab-Israeli war . ' of June a-lll, l',ni7. the government of Jordan held !'." per ' ;. cent of the hotel shares. .oli imcral cs H. E. MCCOY COEBURN, Va. - H. K. McCoy, 75, of Cot-bum, died Thursday. Survivors Include his wile, Kosu; five daughters; four sons, Including C. R. McCoy of North Palm Beach; five sis ters and three brothers. funeral services will be held at 2 i.rn. Sundav at Kstes funeral Home in Cue-burn. 1)K. ADRIAMS .10 HAWKS LKONAKI) MORITZ SOUTH PA1.M BKACII -Dr. Adrianus Johannes Leon ard Moritz, X5, of .'. 1TT S. Ocean Hd.,died Wednesday. Survivors include his wife, Hendrika; four sons, Adrianus Jr. of Chicago, III., Leonard A. of Hastins-on-the Hudson, N.Y., Carl H. of Stuart and John M., Asheville, N.C.; four daughters, Mrs. Kliabcth M. Ham of Arnhem, Holland. Mrs. Ann M. Criftith of San Uii'jjo. Calif., Mrs. Alvvine O'Meaia of Pacific Palisades, Calif., and Mis. Wilheliiiina II. Stein ol Miami; I'l ui'.uidchil-dren and in yieat Kr.imle hil dren. Private services will be In Id with arrangements in charge ol National Chapel Mortuary, 15411 Hvjioluxo IM., liovnton Beach. MILS. (.KA( K VV. DAVIS Mrs. (irare W. Davis, ?, ol .'.IS KiKhth St., West I'alm lieaeh, died U'ednesdav. Survivors inrlude one son. William T. Davis of Miami, one sister, Mrs. Klsa I.. Meyer of West Palm lieaeh. and two grandchildren. Services will be al 11 a.m. Saturdav al Miell i-'a ill,. Zern Hibiscus Sinn ( liapel. friends may call from 1 In 1 p.m. and 7 lo '.I p.m. toda a! the funeral chapel. MKS. .10 HAN AH (.KS MCKAY l.AKK WORTH Mrs. Jo hanah Anne's McKay, 71. ol 1' So. K St., died Wednesday. Survivors include two daughters. Mis. Man lie'en (ioltwald of Milwaukee, Wis,, and Mrs. Shirle Irene Sol hern ol S),ilta, Wis.; and six graneliildren. A rosary will be recited at 7:.'ilt p.m. toelav al Lake Worth funeral Home. A mass will be said al H a.m. Satuiday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. friends may call from (i to ft p.m. today at the funeral home. MKS. MAKlf A. MCKKK Mrs. Marie A. McKee, 111, ol 425 Norlhwood d., West Mrs. Aldyce f reymuth of Savannah, Oa. Funeral services will be held a' 4 p.m. Saturday at Mi-zell f aville-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 al his home, 8100 SW j'2nd Ave. Mr. Baker's Masonic career spanned 46 years and he achieved Masonry's highest honor, the J.'ird degree, honorary. He resigned as general secretary of the Lake Worth Scottish Kite Masons in June. :. Survivors include his wife, Alice; a son. H. M. Jr. of Wilmington, Del.; a daughter, Mrs. Kdna B. Haley of Los Angeles, Calif.; four sisters, the Misses Anna Mac Baker, flizabcth Baker, Pauline Baker and Ruby Baker, all of Bloonifield. N..L; and five grandchildren. Funeral services will be held al 2 p.m. Saturday at the Philbrick Coral (iables funeral Home, X,17 Ponce de Leon Ave. (iraveside services will be conducted bv Memorial Lodge No. 26. f & AM, West Palm Beach, at Woodlawn Cemetery, SW 8th St. and .'l.'lrd Ave.. Miami. Memorial Lodge will open its lodge room service at 11 a.m. Saturday at Oulf-stream Lodge No. 24."), f & AM. Lake Worth. 1'ETEK STREIFFSR. Peter J. Streiff Sr.. ti.'S, of 187!) C.un Club ltd., West Palm lieaeh, died Thursday. Survivors include his wife, Jennie; two daughters, Mrs. Alice Rineheart and Mrs. Elizabeth (iwibt; one son, Peter J., Jr.; one brother, William; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Km-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. CAKLM. IWKNEI.I. l.AKK WORTH Carl M. Parnell, 72, of 41HV Military Trail, died Thursday. Survivors include his wife, Eva B.; three sisters, Mrs. Yi ola P. Johns, Mrs. Merle John .stem, and Mrs. Sadie 1'. (lalu-sha, all of West Palm Beach; two brothers, Thomas J. ol Fori Lauderdale and Alto li. of III SPECIAL 'ffr ;,f ' sV ill FROM ..liai.oik.., '.l-.-s. p SAW Kl. L .KEMP IlIVIKRA HKAl H - Kunenil service"; far Sanilll'l I.. Kemp, till, (it I'il W llh SI , who ille.il Mamlav. will lie al 1(1 a m. Salutelav ;il Si. jilrick Hiiisinp.il Ch iin li. West '.,1m He-ai-h. A vesper seivire will be heir 7:111 In-ninlll ill therhilreh Coleman Funeral Heme is in eli,irt;e .if an aneemenis. Britain's Deficit Worsens (C l INK New Veirk Times Ne Senie e LONDON following two months of heartening improvement, Britain's troublesome trade deficit took a turn for the worse in October. The government reported that the excess of imports over exports doubled last month to S158.4 million from the revised September figure. Exports fell and imports rose to a near-record. foreign exchange traders were disappointed. The pound dropped to $2.:t88." from S2..iSW on the news but closed at $2.:l8!tl. possibly with Bank of England support. The big deficit was disturbing especially since it was announced near the anniversary of devaluation on Nov. IS, lH(i7. That drastic move was intended tei turn big delicits inlei big surpluses, but improvement has been a long lime coming. The foreign exchange market has been unsettled also by persistent speculation on a forthcoming devaluation of the f rem h franc and a r revaluation, or increase in value, of the West (ierman mark. The franc was at its floor of I.H71 against the dollar, and the mark was at its ceiling of .'.9725 against the dollar, french authorities were obligated to buy francs with dollars and (ierman authorities were obligated to sell marks for dollars to maintain fixe'd parities. "Something's got to give here," a London foreign exchange dealer said. "We've got lots of speculation, and the whole thing is building up into a very uncertain situation." Another dealer said "I think it looks awful." for once, the pound did not appear lo be the chief worry. 416 CLEMATIS Open Fri. till 9 PM MKS. BKNSIK PRICE Kuneiiii services let Mrs. Bessie Price. . "I 'I'1 -1st Si . West I'alm Bealeri, tt ll.l (lie. I V.v M. will he held a' 't pan S.ttui (lav a' Cone Chapel AM K Chun h. West I'.ilrn Htai-h Friends mav call fiam I la 111 p m l"'la .it Ciileman Funeral Hume and fOUli 11 .1. Ill S.Oii,id uilll! se!Ues ,u Iheehaieh TIIOM VS I.O'DONNEI.I. IH. A lesarv M ill he o eited tar I'h.im.is .1 O'Dannell .1 1 , 14. of IJi t'alm SI , West Pain Bi aeh. al 7 p m lori.e. ai (ra,ii.,. Iiaum Hiiliemati Hllrse (.'uneilll Home A ri'ipnem mass will he said al 1 a m. Saluid.ie atst Ann ( 'alhalii e'huieh. r'oenils ma rail al the (uncial home fejiii :.' le 1 and 7 to 'I p m tadav . W : -, - I re-I,ill: ic, I l,olill) I Mil K . Alliafl.f IN()l l PALM l;KA( II SHOKKS -(iabi'iel CiiKiuina. 77. ol 111! Dravado Lane died Wednes-da. Keiired, he loi merly owneil a cluthint; itianutaclurinH i ompan ,it Chi aco. Survivoi s include his wile. Florence Kita; lour sons. An-'llniiy ol I'alm Leach Shores. 'il. 'incent at Arlington, Va., Julius ol Am oi a. 111., and Joseph ol I. os Aimeles; a daughter, Mrs. Antonetle Daly ol ( hie igo; a brother. Dominie of ( 'hie. i:",; two sisters. Mrs. I hei esa DiCicco ol Chicago and Mrs. Mary Papagno ol L.iMimoi e, Md., and live gi andchildrcn. Kosarv will be al 7 : 1 ' p.m. IihI.iv al the National Chap - Moi Hi. it v . 1 1 p.ihiNo lloail. Funeral mass will be at :.. .em- Salin da v al 1 1 . . I si a !! ( allelic I ha I ch. l.anla Friends mav i all hum 2 to I md 7 to p.m. Fi lilac al the National ( 'Impels Mortuary. DAVID K. DKK.I.KRS David F. Driggcrs, 3li, of latil i.rove St., West Palm lieaeh, died Wednesday al Veterans Hospital, Miami. Survivors include his wife, Jimma Lee; two daughters, Kalhy and Karen, both of West Palm Beach; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Driggcrs of West Palm Beach; one brother, fuel M. ol Sumter, S.C., and two sisters, Mrs. (iracc Johnson of Titusville, and New ! Just arrived ! A beautiful selection of Ladies 14K Gold EnpaKcment Sets . . . all with penuine sparkling diamonds. Priced remarkably low at . . . NO DOWN PAYMENT $5.00 MONTH KW MOM) II KIKK 1'AI.M IIEACH l.AIMlKNS - Serviies ha ia mond II Kirk. I'l. at lies (, -nes ler St., whu died Wednesda . will he held at id a m Saturdav al Howard Funeral Home, J7 in lliouihwc , Kivioia UimcIi I-nelids m,n eali al (he chape! tiem II In 'i anil 7 lo II p m today and from ' a.m until service limeSaluriiiiv. ( .1.1. EN H I.SII NORTH PALM HK.Vi II - Kuneia services ler ('. ( dell W alsh. 117. ol l.'o l.ehaue 'l'erraee. e hii died VVedncsd.o . w ill lie held at I i m. s.ino il.tv a H imni and Pi ice Kuneiul Hoim.. Norih Palm lieaeh h'rlends nuiv call from to 1 and 7 la u p rn. lodav a! ihe funeral home, MKS. IKENE I.INDEK .IPN'O I-'aneral services tin Mrs Irene Under, hi. ol I1.IM Kllison W'll-en Rd . who dieil Tuosd.u. will h,. held at to a m. Saturdav al the H.imm an.! Piae r'unei al Heme, Noi III Palm 1 i -. i, h Ki ienils mav call tram 2 lo I and 7 o '' p. Ill today al Ihe llltlel ,ll home Mischief Reported H (lard Salesman BOYN'I'ON BKACII - I'o lice we're called at V 111 p.m. Wi'dnesdav when Jess Marsh, of .'i.'i'.il Orange' St., lepoileal that two youths forcibly look some boxe's of Christmas cards Irom him and strewed the cards in the street. Marsh was unable to identify the youths or give police ol'.icers any description ol the' '.)os. w ho were gone, from Hie' aiva when police' responded. Illuid!l0n Are li'ldige-! in Uir)"i lo Show Ofl' lV SPECIAL GRAND jf y I OPENING HOURS f I I THURS- 8AM-9PM A ) jf I X FRI-8AM-9PM !pmnm iptm'miw-miriemmmw mfa T"' JPP,,JH?' 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