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10B THE PALM BEACH POST FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1997 OPEN -f SUNDAY ; W59BB r FUNERAL NOTICES CLASSIFIED CLASSIFIED JANET DAGHER A. m HUT ALL LOCALLY AMRTW PRICES 1002 N. DIXIE MM LAKE WORTH 1-9510 torn au. n u. mumumtAHiLi open hoimm sat. 9-wsdio-? Died Saturday, November 29, 1997 in Lebanon. Other than her survivors overseas, la Palm Beach county she Is survived by her brother, Joseph Dagner and lus family; nephews, George Dagher and his family, Dr. Saml Dagher, Salam Dagher and aunaour uagner. Memorial service wiU be Sunday, Dec. 7th 4PM at First Baptist Church of WPB in the Olive Branch y YOUR YAMAHA OUTBOARD DEALER PRICES 12 - 11 i'M'I.u m mommPmWfi fi)RR (ViYiV turn m l i) yiAnriQim'.fm HOWARD HARRIS GRAHAM Passed Tuesday, December 1, 1997 at the VA Hospital West Palm Beach. He la survived by one son. James L Graham; eight grandchildren; 15 great grandchildren; one brother, Alfred B. Jones; three sisters, toei C. Hayward; Florence Louise Butler and Virginia Graham; special niece Merian E. Brown; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends; also Deacon Alton Seymoure, a special friend. Home going celebration will be held Saturday 1:00 p.m. St. John's Chapel, elder Troy A. Roberts (nephew) officiating. Friends may caU today from 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. at COLEMAN FUNERAL HOME. The family will receive' friends from 5:00 ta 7:00 p.m. H. PAUL BUCKINGHAM 84, of Lost Tree VUlage.FIa., and Clark Rd., Wolfeboro. NH died Nov. 29th in Wolfeboro after a long illness. He leaves his wife of 59 years, Margaret C. (Wright) Buckingham; two . sons, H. Paul. Buckinqham m, Holden, Ma. and Thomas W. Buckingham, Boylston, MA; five grandchildren and one great grandson. Memorial services will be held at 111 noon on Friday, Dec. 12th in First Unitarian Church, 90 Main ALLAN H. TERL 51, of Ft Lauderdale, died Monday, December L 4807. A native of Baltimore, Mr. Terl was a graduate at the University of Maryland and the University of '.Maryland School of Law. Since relocating to South '-Florida in 1982, Mr. Terl served as an Adjunct ""Professor at FIU and St. Thomas University School of "'Law, served briefly as as Assistant Attorney General rof Florida and has consulted, lectured and written ' 'extensively on both lesbiangay rights and HIVAIDS '"' issues. He also served on the American Bar Asaociaton AIDS Coordinating Committee, became Vice President of the ACLU of Florida and served as Tthe Florida ACLU's National Board Representative 21993-1995. Allan was one of only two attorneys and one md only two PWAs on Governor Chiles' Red Ribbon ... Panel on AIDS. Among Terl significant accomplishments are his having spearheaded the Mpublic relations aspects of the landmark ACLU case Shuttteworth v. Broward County, which generated rthe first decision nationally establishing AIDS as a handicapping condition. He founded the legal u program at Center One, Broward County's largest -social service agency for PWAs. Among his writing "credits is a chapter on "Public Policy and Discrimination" in AIDS Prevention and Treatment "and a full volume on AIDS and the Law; A Basic Guide for the Nonlawyer. His work on AIDS has been "featured on CNN, NBC, and CBS Network's "60 " Minutes". In 1994, Mr. Terl received the Florida Chief Justice's Tobias Simon Pro Bono Public Service Award, the highest public service award available to a Florida attorney, for his work on behalf of lesblan- gay rights and HIV AIDS clients and issues. He also M" received the ACLU of Florida's Nelson Poynter Award in 1992, and the Florida Bar President's Pro m Bono Service Award In 1993. A contest and at sweepstakes hobbyist, Terl served as president of a both the Florida State and National Contesters Associations and his second book, PRIZES! PRIZES! s PRIZES! Winning Ways In Contests, Sweepstakes and ".State Lotteries, has become the industry standard. m Survived by sisters Phyllis Hankin (Conrad), of Baltimore, MD and Fran Perry, of Jupiter, Fl; Vnephew Larry J. Hankin, of Baltimore and niece ""Ellen Perry, of Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Memorial "".service 3:00 PM Sunday, December 21, 1997, with Elizabeth McMasters officiating at Unitarian Universalis! Church of Ft. Lauderdale. 3970 NW 21st Ave., Oakland Park, FL. Funeral arrangements and .cremation by FRED HUNTER'S FT. LAUDERDALE m.HOME. In celebration of Allan's life, donations may made to Broward Community Foundation, ..."Footsteps in the Sand", 800 E. Broward Blvd., Suite .610, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301, or LesbianGay Rights ..AIDS Project, American Civil Liberties Union of FL, 1.3000 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 215, Miami, FL 33137. UAOCM CONTHOuCO OCPTH riftMNG V0tiHRlC6R TLSCOPCBOotf VALUE PK6. ROD HOLDER SWIVEL BASE mi 88 RE6 NO XmfAjt PRICE WEIGHT NOT INCLUDED $215.95 to LB WEIGHT $22.50 SKSSS6 smmqno TLD' Chapel, LUI S. Flagler Dr., WPB. BETTY LOUISE MOSES HALL Homegoing Services on Saturday, December 6, 1997, 10:00 a.m. at Payne Chapel A. M E. Church, 801 Ninth St., west Palm Beach with Shepherd w. J. Jackson, officiating. Friends may call today from 5-7 p.m. STEVENS BROS. RIVIERA BEACH FUNERAL tnAruA luu Dixie Hwy., Riviera ueacn. Funeral arrangements entrusted to STEVENS BROS. FUNERAL HOME. NICHOLAS ROBERT KREITZMAN Of West Palm Beach, 1 month old son of Robert and Eileen Kreitzman passed away, Wednesday, December J, 1997. Nicholas Is also survived by paternal grandparents, Robert and Christina Kreitz man, Selden, NY.; paternal great-grandfather, George ziotfflck, Stuart, Fla.; maternal grandmother. Enis Dixon, selden, NY; maternal great-grandmoth er, Lucy Michell, Walden, NY.; several aunts, uncles, and cousins. A funeral service will be held at the TILLMAN FUNERAL HOME, 2170 S. Military Trail, West Palm Beach on Saturday, December b, iswi at 10 am with Rev. Timothy Lynch, pastor of Mary Immaculate Catholic Church, west Palm Beach ottlcl- ating. Interment will be held at Queen of Peace Catholic Cemetery, Royal Palm Beach. Friends may call at the funeral home on Friday (today) 2-4 k 7-9 PM TILLMAN FUNERAL HOME, WEST PALM BEACH FAMILY OWNED OPERATED In Loving Memory of Ruth Hicks Bostic December 5, 1994 We're thinking of you today, and every day. We miss you & love you very much. Your loving mother, Mildred, your loving daughter Resha and other family members. John M. Zovistoski AUGUST 3, 1958 . DECEMBER 5, 19" You never said I'm leaving, You never said doodbue. You were gone before we knew it And onlu uod knew whir. A million times we needed you A million times we cried, If love alone could have saved you, You never would have died. In life we loved you dearly, In death we love you still. In our hearts you hold a place, That no one could ever fill. It broke our hearts to lose you dut you didn t do alone. ; Forpart of us went with you, 1 ne day uod took you home. From Your Loving Family i . mm t7 THOMAS MICHAEL REED "BIG MIKE" November 29, 1997 the big man lost his ten year battle with heart disease and diabetes. Born Oct. J, 1961 in Greenup, Kentucky. Mike moved here with his family in 1965. He graduated with the last Palm Beach High senior class in 1969. He loved the fact that his oldest daughter Sarah was now walking some of the same halls he did at the School of the Arts. Before his illnesses took his strength, Mike worked as a land surveyor for 20 years with various engineering firms throughout the county. Mike k) survived by his devoted wife Ashley, his daughters Sarah and Rachel, WPB. Mother Annis Reed, brother Joseph Reed of Oeala, FL. Sister Brenda BaUenger (Jim) of Englewood, FL. In-laws Pat and Don Barnes of Elkton, FL. Roger Barnes and Donna Barnes both of Raleigh, NC. Beloved nieces and nephews; Rick Reed (Stephanie); Johnny Reed (Missy); Deann Brown (George); Clifford Reed, all of Greenup, KY. Tommy BaUenger (Anna) of Gainesville, FL. Becky BaUenger, Ocala, FL. Grand-nieces; Chandler Jesse Reed of Greenup, KY. Shelby BaUenger of Gainesville, FL Mike was predeceased by his father Ralph and his brother Richard 'Dick' Reed. It was Mike s desire to be cremated and have his ashes scattered across the hills of Kentucky he always considered home. No ceremony Is planned. In lieu of flowers a remembrance to his daughters is suggested. ANN DAVIS ANTONACCI 70, of Lake Worth. Fl. passed away December 4, 1997. She Is survived by her devoted loving Husband, Joseph; her daughter, Teresa (Cohen) and her husband Larry. Son, Joseph his wife, Joanne. 1 Grandchildren Natalie FaUon. Memorials may be made In her name to Hospice of Palm Beach County, 5300 East Ave., West Palm Beach, Fl. 33407. A Cremation Service of the Palm Beaches, 640 E. Ocean Ave., Boynton Beach, Fl. in charge of arrangements. SHERIDA OLIVIA ASSI 32. of Lake Worth. FL, passed away early Thursday morning on December 4, 1997. Our beloved Sherida Is survived by her loving husband, Mustapha Assi; grandfather, Renee; parents, Edith and Lui Kon Jean; brother, Johnny; sister, Anne Carol; brother, Daryl; brother-in-law, BiU Assi; as weU as 4 other brothers-in-law and 3 sisters-in-law. Also survived by her uncle, Frans Wong; aunt, Sylvia Wong; cousin, GaU Shiem; and dearest friends, Mike and Kathy Rmeiti; and sons, Jaafar and Hydar Rmeiti. Friends may call Saturday 2:00 - 3:00PM at FRED HUNTER'S UNIVERSITY DRIVE HOME, 2401 S. University Drive, Davie (954) 527-1550. Burial will be in her home country of Suriname. JEFFREY KING LYKE (BISHOP) Age 38 of Jupiter, FL. died Dec. 03, 1997. survived by son, Jeffrey; daughter, Ashley both of Hobe Sound, FL.; parents, Jack and Kay Bishop of Jupiter; brothers, Marty and John Jr.; sisters, Pam, Karen and Janet. Funeral Services will be held 11:00 A.M. Saturday, Dec. 06, 1997 at the Funeral Home. Friends may visit Friday from 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. In lieu of flowers, family requests contributions in his memory to Kay and Jack Bishop on benalf of the chUdren. PALMS WEST FUNERAL HOME U0 BUSINESS PARKWAY (STATE ROAD 7) ROYAL PALM BEACH, FLORIDA FAMILY OWNED OPERATED ANNA CLINTON MOORE Funeral Services Saturday, December 6, 1997 11:00 a.m., Bethel A. M E. Church, Gilford, FL. Arrangements entrusted to STEVENS BROTHERS GIFFORD FUNERAL CHAPEL. YT In St., Worcester, Ma. There are no calling hours. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Dartmouth Hitchcock HematologyOncology Department, Lebanon, NH 03766; The Huggins Hospital, So. Main St., Wolfeboro, NH 03894; Hospice of Wolfeboro, P.O. Box 1620, Wolfeboro, NH 03894; or a charity of the donor's choice. Caswell King Funeral Home, 474 Grove St., Worchester, MA. Is directing arrangements. NORMAN A. BUTTERFIELD Lake Worth, Florida - Norman Amo Butterfield, 89, of 4445 Pine Forest Drive (Bishop Gray Inn), formerly of Clewiston, Florida, a retired Sales Promotion Manager for Atlantic Refining Co. (ARCO), died Sunday, 30 November 1997. Norman worked for Atlantic for 35 years and Uved In New York State, but he cherished his "Maineiac roots" having been born in Weld, ME on March 30, 1908. He died after a brief Ulness. His wife Margaret passed away In 1988 while they were Uvlng in Clewiston. They were weU known to people across the country as they traveled extensively in camper or RV. Particularly In campgrounds from the Keys to Clewiston and points beyond in Florida where the Elks' Hobos group would often gather, camp, and socialize, the Butterfields found many friends. Norman leaves his sons, Norman A. Butter-field of Exeter, NH (3 grandchildren) and John A. Butterfield of Singer Island, FL (3 grandkids and 5 great grandchildren). Mr. Butterfield was very active In the Episcopal Church during his lifetime. He had been a Lion and an Elk, a ready volunteer and organizer for Civilian Defense In Elmlra, NY during WW n, and he performed In Little Theatre. In Klnderhook, NY he was a member of the School Board, a member of the famous "Horsethieves Society", an active Mason, and member of the Rap-Shaw Club In the Adirondacks. His personality and sense of humor, Norman endeared him to the residents of the KOA In Clewiston, where he was known as the 'mayor. St. Martins Episcopal Church and the Elks Club of Clewiston were sad to see Norman move away to assisted Uvlng, but aU were glad to see him on occasional visits. He will be sorely missed! A brief Memorial Service was held in the Bishop Gray Chapel on Wednesday, December 3rd, and another service will be conducted at St Martins in Clewiston on Tuesday, December 9, at 10 am followed by scattering of ashes at the beloved KOA campground, with friends and family In attendance. The National Cremation Society of Lake Worth handled arrangements. JERRY "PIPE" JACKSON Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, December 6, 1997, 11:00 a.m. at STEVENS BROS. FUNERAL CHAPEL, 1803 N. Tamarind Ave., W.P.B., Bishop John D. Alexander officiating. Friends may caU today 5-8 p.m. at the W.P.B. Chapel. STEVENS BROS. FUNERAL HOME in charge of arrangements. I; THOMAS MCDOWELL (CREAM) ! age 60 of WPB departed this life Nov. 28, 1997. i i Homegoing celebration will be held on Sat. Dec. 6, 1997 at 11:00 a.m. at the St. John Missionary Bap-i tut Church, 2006 A.E. Isaacs Ave. WPB, Rev. J.B. ' Tyson, pastor, officiating. Friends may call today ' from 5-8 p.m. at the church. Professional arrange-""menu entrusted to SIDERS FUNERAL HOME. DOYLE E. PAUL, SR. Age 73, of West Palm Beach passed away Wednesday, December 3, 1997. Doyle is survived by his wife, Doris Paul; 3 sons, Doyle E. Paul, Jr. and John J. Paul, both of West Palm Beach, and Robert W. Paul, Jupiter; daughter, Debra Sue Thomas, West Palm Beach; 3 brothers, Curtis A. Paul, West Palm Beach, and Bernard and Howard Paul, both of Iowa; 3 sisters, Clara Reed and Martha Dunmire. both of Iowa, and Gladys Conkllng, Texas; 8 grandchildren and a great-granddaughter. Private services will be held at a later date at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Hospice by the Sea, 1531 W. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Baton, Fla. 33486. TILLMAN FUNERAL HOME, WEST PALM BEACH FAMILY OWNED OPERATED NATHAN PINCUS age 94, of Century Village, West Palm Beach, passed away Wednesday, December 3, 1997. Mr. Pincus is predeceased by his wife Diana. He is survived by his son, Jay Pincus of New Jersey; his daughter, Joanne Elliott of Ireland; and 5 grandchildren, Heiene and David Pincus, Peter and Robert Sternberg and Susan Elliott. Services, under the direction of MENORAH FUNERAL CHAPELS, will be private. MARY ANN BECKER PRICE Mary died peacefully surrounded by her family at Hospice on Tuesday, December 2, 1997. Mary is loved and rembered by Lois L. Brown, her mother; Carol Ann and Michelle Lynn, her daughters; Sarah, umlla, Pauline (bob), Theresa and Regina, her sisters; Frank, Thomas, Patrick and Will, her brothers; and by her nelces and nephews; she was predeceased by her brother Joseph Becker A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 PM, Sunday. December 7, 1997 at Del Lago Funeral Home, 131 S. Lakeside Dr., Lake Worth. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Hospice of Palm Beach County, 5300 East Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33407. DEL LAGO FUNERAL HOME FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED ALBERT H. READ JR. (SONNY) 68, loving husband of Wanda S. Read, formerly of West Palm Beach, died an accidental death on Tuesday, December 2, 1997 in Chester, GA. He was born May 28, 1929 In Waterbury, CT. Prior to his retirement as a tool k die maker at Vertei Mfg, WPB, he was employed by Pratt and Whitney Aircraft. In addition to his wife, he is survived by 8 children: Paul of Royal Palm Beach, Albert m of West Palm Beach; Richard, Joanne, Matthew and Stephen of Georgia; Grace and Michael of Connecticut; 6 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. He is also survived by 3 sisters, Kay Morrone, Royal Palm Beach, Clair Blum and Linda Cleaveland of Connecticut and 2 brothers, James Read of Wellington and Paul Rak of Conn. A Memorial Service for friends and family will be held today, December 5, 6:00 p.m. at St. Rita Catholic Church, 13M5 Paddock Drive, Wellington. There will be no calling hours. OLLIE J. SMITH Homegoing Celebration will be held Saturday, December 6, 1997, 11:00 a.m. at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 718 3rd St., West Palm Beach, FL. with Pastor J. D. Henderson, officiating. Friends may call today from 5:00-8:00 p.m. at STEVENS BROS. FUNERAL CHAPEL, 1803 North Tamarind Ave., West Palm Beach. Arrangements entrusted to STEVENS BROS. FUNERAL HOME 600D - 97 suimnno CORSAIR' 4.7:1 Ratio 2-SS burin) . Anti-reverie Alum (pool VARIABLE BRAKE SYSTFM MODEL 300 MODEL 400 vat , Craphlu Intr Dray Unit AA8l TLD20 168 luuontsi ukus y All lir Wm LD2S 175.8S 4 STAINLESS STEEL BALL BEARINGS QUANTUM h Saltwater Combo QUANTUM SPECIAL BR60 Bill Bearing Real ' on Balanced 2 Piece 7' ipin-eini rod filled .PURCHASE SAVE Rei. wild 20 la mono '67.95 FISHERMAN'S PLIERS $ REG. $9.59 . ! 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'429.95 fan""""" 20 NO. 395460 NOTICE OF THE FINAL PUBLIC HEARING AND SCHOOL BOARD ADOPTION OF ATTENDANCE BOUNDARY CHANGES FOR HIGH SCHOOLS IN PALM BEACH COUNTY FOR THE 1998-1999 SCHOOL YEAR Notice is hereby given that a Final Public Hearing and Adoption Meeting will be held by the School Board of Palm Beach County, Florida, under its Rule Making Authority F.S. 230.22(1) (2) and implementing F.S. 230.34(4) (a) on Wednesday, December 10, 1 997 at 6:00PM in the Winona Webb Jordan Board Chambers located at 3300 Forest Hill Boulevard, West Palm Beach, Florida, on the SUPERINTENDENT'S RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SCHOOL ATTENDANCE AREAS for high schools in the District for the 1 998-1 999 school year as discussed below. HIGH SCHOOLS SUMMARY OF INTENDED ACTION: The School Board is expected to vote on the attendance areas (boundaries) for noted high schools in the District for the 1998-1999 school year. SUMMARY OF RULE: It is proposed that: 1 . High School students in the ninth (9th) grade residing in the Jupiter Farms area bounded on the north by Martin CountyPalm Beach County line; on the east by Jupiter Farms Road; on trie south by C-5 Canal; on the west-northwest by Bee Line Highway (S.R. 710), be assigned to Jupiter High School from William T. Dwyer High School. 2. High School students residing in the Singer Island area bounded on the north by the north boundary of John D. McArthur Beach State Park; on the east by the Atlantic Ocean; on the south by Blue Heron Boulevard; on the west by the Intrac-oastal Waterway, be assigned to William T. Dwyer High School from Palm Beach Gardens High School. 3. High School students residing in a portion of the Acreage area bounded on the north by 1 00 Lane North; on the east by Grapeview Boulevard, south to Northlake Boulevard; on the east by 1 30th Avenue North; on the south by the M Canal; on the west by Seminole-Pratt Whitney Road, be assigned to Royal Palm Beach High School from Wellington High School. 4. High School students residing in a portion of the Acreage area bounded on the north by Northlake Boulevard, east to North 120th Avenue, south to Orange Boulevard (70th Street); on the east by North 1 10th Avenue, south to the M-Canal, east to the northern extension of the centerline of U.S. 441; south by the northern municipal line of the Village of Royal Palm Beach (canal south of 40th Street)- on the west by 1 30th Avenue, possibly be assigned to Royal Palm Beach High School from Palm Beach Lakes High School. 5. High School students residing in the area bounded on the north by Southern Boulevard (S.R. 80); on the east by Military Trail; on the south by Summit Boulevard; on the west by Jog Road, possibly be assigned to Palm Beach Lakes High School or Wellington High School from John I. Leonard High School. 6. High School students residing in the area bounded on the north by Southern Boulevard (S.R. 80); on the east by Jog Road; on the south by the L-10 Canal; on the west by the Florida's Turnpike, possibly be assigned by Palm Beach Lakes High School or Wellington High School from John I. Leonard High School. 7. High School students residing in the area bounded on the north by the L-10 Canal; on the east by Jog Road; on the south by Lake Worth Road; on the west by Florida's Turnpike, possibly be assigned to Palm Beach Lakes High School or Wellington High School from John I. Leonard High School. DOROTHY IRENE ZARCADOOLAS 58, of Boynton Beach, passed away December 3, 1997. Mrs. Zarcadoolas is survived by her husband, Peter T. Zarcadoolas; her mother, Barbara Capuano of Wallkill, NY; daughter Anthee Si gars of Ft. Lauderdale; four sons, Peter of Pembroke Pines, Paul of Boynton Beach, Harry of Deerfield Beach and Martin of Boynton Beach; 5 grandchildren; and brothers and sisters of the Capuano family. Visiting hours will be held on Friday. December 5, 1997, 2-4 and 7-9 PM. with a 7:30 PM scripture service at LORNE at SONS FUNERAL HOME, 745 North Federal Highway, Delray Beach. A funeral mass will be celebrated on Saturday, December 6, 1997, 10:00AM at St. Mark's Catholic Church, 643 NE 4th Avenue, Boynton Beach. Interment will follow at Boynton Beach Cemetery (corner of Woolbright Road and Seacrest Blvd). SARA E. LOSS 80, of Boynton Beach, Fla. died on November 22, 1997 in Newton, Mass. Beloved wife of the late Benjamin; loving mother of Ira S. Loss of Bethesda, Maryland and Martha E. Loss of Newton, Mass.; adored grandmother of Samantha and Zachary Loss; devoted sister of Eugenie Rosenblatt of Boca Raton, Fla., Virginia Ellis of Jamaica, N.Y., Julian Eliasop of Glen Cove, N.Y., and the late Pearl Shapiro. Also survived by several nieces and nephews, many cousins and numerous friends. Memorial contributions may be made to The Brain Tumor Center, co Eric T. Wong, M.D., Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, 330 Brookline Ave., Boston, MA 02215, or the charity of one's choice. THELMA FOUTCH McCALL 'Mlckle' Age 79, of The Palm Beach House, West Palm Beach, Florida passed away at her residence on Wednesday, December 3, 1997 after a brief illness. Mrs. Mr-Call was born on September 15, 1918 in Mountainview, Oklahoma, daughter of the late William Burke Foutch and Mahalla Frances Cook Foutch. She had been a resident of the Palm Beach area for the past 17 years, coming from Sterling, Alaska. She was a Board Member of Christ For His World, Inc. of America, San Clemente, California, a former member of Sterling Lutheran Church, Sterling, Alaska and an active member of Our Savior Lutheran Church, Lake Worth, FL. Mrs. McCall leaves to cherish her loving memory her devoted husband of 62 years. Fred F. McCall; her beloved daughter, Ella Louise Schneider, of Davidson, Saskatchewan, Canada; her loving sisters: 'Mrs. Jean Marshall, of Ozona, Texas and Mrs. Betty 'Meyers, of Amarilio, Texas; her adored four grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren. Funeral services from the Moore's Rosewood Chapel, 2570 South Harvard, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74114. Interment, Okmulgee Cemetery, Okutulgee, OK Arrangements by THOMAS L PRICE FUNERAL HOME, rtrth Palm Beach, PUBLISH: December 5 1997

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