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88 THE PALM BEACH POST SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1 997 msl Malcolm S. Knowles, 84, educator Defense says arrests politically motivated because Glair's utility-project criticism Murphy said all prosecution witnesses have "a self-serving interest" in convicting him and said the criminal probe was a comprehensive education program for adults at the central YMCA in Chicago, where he worked from 1946 to 1951. He then became the founding executive secretary of the Adult Education Association of the United States and led it until 1959. "He pioneered the idea in this country, and put it into coherent form, that adults learn differently from children or 18-year-olds who enter college," said Dr. John A. Henschke, the association's president and a professor of adult education at the University of Missouri at St. Louis. ft New York Times ' NEW YORK Malcolm Shepherd Knowles, widely acknowledged as a founder of adult education as a separate discipline, died Nov. 27 at the Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville, Ark. He was 84 and lived in Fayetteville. , The cause was a stroke, his family said. . Mr. Knowles contended the education of adults should address the specific needs and approaches to learning of more mature and experienced students. He called mis concept an- 1995, leading Port St Lucie's city attorney to discover the discrepancy in dates. Murphy and Wilmore are being tried together for the third-degree felony. In opening statements Friday, Murphy and Wil-more's attorney, Mark Orr, said their arrests were politically motivated because the pair objected to a city project worth millions. "I don't have to tell you what happens when people get in the face of government" Orr said. "The state has not proved that Mr. Wilmore intended to do anything wrong." Orr said because the actions of Murphy and Wilmore would not have affected the utility project's outcome, they don't constitute perjury in an official proceeding. For that crime to oc Julius Barnathan, 70, ABC executive network and vice president for research. was during his 16-year tenure as broadcast operations and engineering left a lasting mark on television. gave Mr. Barnathan credit for helping slow-motion technology to color cameras, use of long-lens cameras to capture that take place over great distances, the use of small square inset pictures anchors. The New York Times - Julius Barnathan, a longtime ABC executive who was responsible for many technical developments in the television industry, died on Monday at his home in Roslyn Harbor, N.Y. He was 70. " The cause was lung cancer, family members said. ; Mr. Barnathan worked for ABC for almost 40 years, in a range of positions including "general Golf plan impedes ridge purchase Obituary dragogy, introducing it in the late 1960s and inspiring a new line of research and literature. In essence, Mr. Knowles worked from the notion that adult students are a wholly different breed. Typically they must be taught in their own social context His own exposure to the special needs of young adults past freshman age and older people seeking to broaden their horizons began in the 1940s. He first built dropped in the ratings. "I'm glad it's still in there. I know it has been difficult because of problems that have arisen in acquiring the highly prized ridge section." The state has made a tentative deal with developers of SeaWind to buy a 2,500-acre portion of the Atlantic Ridge land for $15 million, but so far has not been able to buy other land in the 12,700-acre tract. Golfer Greg Norman so far has been unwilling to sell land near his Hobe Sound Medalist golf course he wants for a residential community. Staff writer Sally Swartz contributed to this story. proof against the Florida Highway Patrol and its officers before complaints of civil rights violations could proceed. Davis did not dismiss claims against the St. Lucie County jail. He did, however, dismiss claims against individual officers and employees sued in their "official capacity" because their employers were also being sued and it would be redundant. One of the family's attorneys said the ruling amounted to "technical requirements" and said an amended suit had already been drafted and would be refiled within the next week. Though Anderson Tate Sr. and Virginia Barrett tried to refile their suit in state court in June, defense attorneys successfully kept the case in federal court where they believe they have a better chance of winning. manager of the But it president of that Mr. Barnathan Co-workers to adapt develop the sports events and introduce behind news LAND-BUYING From IB water flowing into the Everglades. : Martin and St Lucie officials, meanwhile, were pleased that Pal-Mar remained at the top of the list but were distressed by Atlantic Ridge's fall. ' "It's great Pal-Mar's No. 1. That's the greatest buy in the world at $1,000 an acre," said Max Quackenbos of Martin County Conservation Alliance. He said he is not surprised Atlantic Ridge LAND From IB Murphy a legal right to challenge Phase 2 of the citywide utility project Wilmore told an investigator he lied because he was prompted by another utility opponent and "was looking for what is known as justice." Hundreds of residents objected to the project because of its cost to homeowners who previously paid little or nothing to use private wells and septic tanks. Murphy told investigators he drafted the option contract after Aug. 30, 1996, but back-dated it to Jan. 4, 1995, to reflect theday he and Wilmore first discussed the sale of land in Phase 2. If Murphy had placed the true date of the contract on it he would not have had standing to oppose the utility project because a judge had ordered that all property interests had to exist before Aug. 30, 1996. The contract bore a notary seal that didn't exist until May 15, Area deaths Arrangements by All' County Funeral Home & Crematory Treasure Coast Chapel. Dunbar N. VanDerveet Sf." 74, Stuart" He died Wednesday. Born in Nutley, NJlfMr: VanDerveer was a Shrartr-etjident for four years. -4 Prior to retirement lie wasan educator. He served in the U.S. Air Force during World War II. Survivors include his wife, Rita; four daughters; a son, a sister; and two grandchildren. Contributions may be made to American Cancer Society. Arrangements by All County Funeral Home Treasure Coast Chapel. St. Lucie County Charles L Davis 78, Fort Pierce He died Monday. Born in New York City, Mr. Davis was a Fort Pierce resident since 1966. Prior to retirement he was in Florida state tax collections. Survivors include two sisters and a brother. Arrangements by Yates Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. Joseph LeBlanc 74, Port St. Lucie He died Friday. Born in Waltham, Mass., Mr. LeBlanc was a Port St. Lucie resident since 1946. ' Prior to retirement he was with the Merchant Marines. He was a member of the r-W Northern Palm Beach City's S Family Owned & Operated 1 Funeral Home cur, the state must prove that the action had a "natural tendency to influence, or be capable of influencing, the decision of the decision-making body to which it was addressed." American Legion. Survivors include his wife, Grace; son, Joseph of Port St. Lucie; and a daughter, Denise LeBlanc of Boynton Beach. Arrangements by All County Funeral Home & Crematory Treasure Coast Chapel. Robert Warren Thorns 80, White City He died Thursday. Mr. Thorns was born in Philadelphia. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy; and a sister. Arrangements by Forest Hills Funeral Home, Palm City. Okeechobee County Yvonne Lanier Prevatt 69, Okeechobee She died Friday. Born in Indiantown, Mrs. Prevatt was an Okeechobee resident since 1972. Prior to retirement she was a teletype operator. She was predeceased by her husband, Elzie. Survivors include her son, Wayne of Okeechobee; four daughters, including Sylvia Ban-di, Melba Pearce and Frances McKee, all of Okeechobee; a brother; 11 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Visitation from 5 to 7 p.m. to day at Bass runeral Home, Okeechobee. Services at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Oakview Baptist Church. 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CALL 561-272-8396 Martin County Ann V. Dudson 87, Hobe Sound She died Thursday. Born in Scotland, Mrs. Dudson was a Hobe Sound resident for a year. Survivors include two daughters, including Cecily Larmon of Hobe Sound; a son; two sisters; seven grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Contributions may be made to the Hobe Sound Library. Arrangements by Young & Prill Funeral Home, Stuart Lamar Thomas Mackey 8, Hobe Sound He died Sunday. Born in New Brunswick, N.J., he was a Hobe Sound resident since 1995. He attended Hobe Sound Elementary School. He was predeceased by his mother, Valerie. Survivors include a brother, Jamar of Hobe Sound; grandmother, Shirley Glover McNeely of Hobe Sound; and grandfather, Herbert Mackey of Port Salerno. Services at 11 a.m. today at the Young & Prill Funeral Home, Stuart. Visitation from 9 to 11 a.m. today at the funeral home. Vincent Louis Papsidero 58, Jensen Beach He died Tuesday. Born in New York City, Mr. Papsidero was a Jensen Beach resident for 44 years. He served in the U.S. Navy. Survivors include his wife, Janice; son, Vincent; daughters Sandra and Joan; mother, Mae; two brothers; and a sister. Services 2 p.m. Sunday at VFW Post 10066, 1805 Savanna Road, Jensen Beach. CLASSIFIED LORRAINE J. (GOSSELIN) BANKS 55, of Jupiter, FL formerly of Tolland, CT, died Wednesday, December 3, 1997 after a long illness. Prior to moving to Florida In 1985, she was an L.P.N. at Mount Sinai Hospital In Hartford. She was an active member of St. Peter Catholic Church, a Respect Life Representative, a Life Line volunteer counselor, and was a child advocate with Guardian Ad Litem. She leaves her husband, George Banks, her father, Lionel Gosselln of Connecticut; her children, James B. Manning of Coconut Creek, FL, and Michele Holt, Debra Bajorek, and Jennifer Newkirk all of Connecticut: her eight brothers and sisters; and her grandson, Timothy Bajorek. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated, Monday, 10 a.m. at St. Peter Catholic Church, Jupiter. Friends may call Sunday at the TAYLOR MODEEN FUNERAL HOME, 250 Center St., Jupiter. Burial will be in Connecticut. In lieu of flowers, contribution flor breast cancer research 'may be made to the Susan B. Komen Foundation, P.O. Box 880, West Palm Beach, FL 33402. TAYLOR k MODEEN FUNERAL HOME Family Owned Operated (561) 744-2030 ROY BENNETT age 78, died Thursday, December 4, 1997, at his residence. Mr. Bennett had been a resident of Buckhead Ridge since 1968. He was a member of the Buckhead Ridge VFW Post 9528 and the Masonic Lodge of Deerfleld Beach, Florida. He was preceded In death by his son Kenneth R. Bennett and stepdaughter Kay Sherrod. Survivors Include his wife of thirty years, Iris Bennett; two son, Dewey L. Bennett of Zollo Springs, Florida and Ronald G. Bennett of Brandon, Florida; two daughters, Carol A. Mentzell of Amelia Island, Florida, Phyllis K. Belles of Logan, Utah, and a stepdaughter; June Gunnison of Deerfield Beach, Florida. Additional survivors include 14 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. Visitation will be held Monday, December 8, 1997, from 12:00 until 2:00 PM at the BUXTON FUNERAL HOME. A service will be held at 2:00 PM with George Yung, Chaplain of Buckhead Ridge VFW Post W52B officiating. All arrangements are under the direction of the Button Funeral Home k Crematory. Taylor FUNERAL NOTICES Alternative Vacation The Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat is not for everyone, but it is definitely the ticket for those seriously looking for peace and serenity, Cheryl Blackerby reports. TATE From IB of Fort Pierce and Fort Pierce police officer Kitty England. Tate's family will not be able to refile claims for punitive damages against the city of Fort Pierce. Davis ruled the city is immune from such damages under federal law. But several claims that were dismissed could be refiled if certain conditions are met. ; Davis said the family needs .more specific allegations against EMSA, an independent healthcare contractor hired by the jail, and its nurse, Christine Folk. The judge said Tate's family probably would have to prove the nurse knew Tate had at some point swallowed cocaine and that she intentionally denied him medical treatment at the jail. Davis also required specific CLASSIFIED LJ - . SHERIDA OLIVIA ASSI 12, of Lake Worth, FL, passed away early Thursday morning on December 4, 1997. Our beloved Sherida It survived by her loving husband, Mustapha Assi; grandfather, Renee; parents, Edith and Lul Koa Jean; brother, Johnny; sister, Anne Carol; brother, Daryl; brother-in-law, Bill Assi; as well as 4 other brotberm-in-law and 3 sisters-in-law. Also survived by her unrle, Fran Wong; aunt, Sylvia Wong; cousin, Gail Shiem; and dearest friends, Mike and fUthy Rmetti; and tons, Jaafar and Hydar Rmettl. Friends may call Saturday 2:00 - 3:00PM at FRED HUNTER'S UNIVERSITY DRIVE HOME, 2401 S. University Drive, Davie (994 ) 527-1550. Burial will be in her home country of Surinam. THOMAS A. PENCE, SR. ' ' 95 yean old, of West Palm Beach, died at his home on Wednesday, December 3, 1997, after a brief battle with cancer. Born on July 1, 1942 In Dayton, Ohio, Mr. Pence was a graduate of Lake Worth High School, Class of I960. He served in the U.S. Navy during the Cuban Missile Crisis and after his discharge In 1962 he attended AMF Bowling Instructor School In Chicago, ILL. He became a Youth Bowling Instructor and later kilned the family business in Delray Beach where he became very involved In the Bowling Profession. In 1968 he attended Miami Barber College (Miami, FL) and in 1970 began his own hairstyling business in West Palm Beach and remained active until May of 1997. He attained and held titles to many honorable state and national awards within the hairstyling profession. I Active within his community, Mr. Pence was Involved la numerous youth programs, including Youth Bowling, Boy's Scout, Coaching with McArthur Uttle League and Lake Lytal Baseball as well as serving on several business and civic committees Hch aa; Klwanis, the Forum Club, the Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation, the Bank of Palm Beach and Trust and the First Union Bank. He was also a longtime active member and Past Deacon of the First Baptist Church of West Palm Beach, FL. He hi survived by His wife of 13 years, Gloria Jeanette Pence of West Palm Beach; his son, Thomas A. Pence, Jr. also of West Palm Beach; his brother, Gerald Lee Pence of Tequesta, FL; a nephew, Patrick Pence of Tallahassee, FL; and two nieces, Keeley Tackett of West Palm Beach and Karley Unger of Jupiter, FL. Also surviving are two aunts, aa unrle and several cousins, all of Dayton, Ohio. ' Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 A.M. Monday, December 3.1997, at the First Baptist Church of West Palm Beach, with Dr. Keith Thomas, Pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Royal Paint Memorial Gardens, West Palm Beach. Friends may call at (rUATTLEBAUM-HOLLEMAN-BURSE FUNERAL HOME, 1201 South Oilve Avenue, West Palm Beach, between the hours of 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. M Sunday. December 7, 1997. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in his memory to either the first Baptist Church: 'HEEDING GOD'S CALL' Project; 1101 South Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, Ft, 3J401 or to Hospice of Pslm Beach County, S300 East Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL, 33407. ' QUATTLEBAUM-HOLLEMAN-BURSE FUNERAL HOME FAMILY OWNED OPERATED Iodeen Funeral Home Established in 1909 To remain in business 88 years requires a solid foundation. Commitment to our rnmmnnitv nnalttv Cirvir and fuirnric.. I't p.. w.. 250 Center Street, Jupiter, FL 36 South Main Street, West Hartford, CT 744-2030 r . MRB - MARIE FERRICK BREDENBERG age 77, of Tequesta, FL died Wednesday, December 3, 1997 at Hospice of Martin County in Stuart, FL. Bom in Buffalo, NY, wife of the late Jack Bredenberg. She was a member of St. Jude Catholic Church and the Turtle Creek Country Club both in Tequesta, and a former member of the Wanakah Country Club In Buffalo, NY. Survivors Include two sons, William and Robert Bredenberg both of Buffalo; two daughters, Carol Cook of Tampa, FL and Nancy LaRusch of Hamburg, NY; five brothers, George and Michael Ferrick both of Amherst, NY, William Ferrick of North Palm Beach, FL, John Ferrick of Akron, OH and Richard Ferrick of Hamburg, NY; two sisters, Delores Nelson and Dorothy Batt both of Amherst, NY; and nine grandchildren, Christopher and Melissa Cook, Molly, Kary, Eric, and Laura Bredenberg and Nicole, Natalie and Matthew LaRusch. Mass of the Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday, December 8, 1997 at 1:30 PM at St. Jude Catholic Church with Father Edward Campbell, O S B. officiating. Contribution may be made to Hospice of Martin Lucie, Inc., 2030 SE Ocean Blvd., Stuart, FL TAYLOR A MODEEN FUNERAL HOME Family Owned Operated (561) 744-2030 JANET DAGHER Died Saturday, November 29, 1997 in Lebanon. Other than her survivors overseas, In Palm Beach county she la survived by her brother, Joseph Dagher and his family; nephews, George Dasher and his family, Dr. Sami Dagher, Salam Dagher and Mansour Dagher. Memorial service will be Sunday, Dec. 7th 4PM at First Baptist Church of WPB in the Olive Branch Chapel, 1201 S. Flagler Dr., WPB. MARY FEE DALY 4 1997 of 186 Aurora Drive died Thursday December She had lived most of her life in Lake Worth Fl Prior to moving to Asbevllie in 1990. Surviving are her husband, John Kane Daly of the Home; daughters, Patricia Webb of Marlon and Pamela Daly of Port St. Lucie, FL; sons, Kevin Gleason of Stewart, FL. and John Daly, Jr. of Port St. Lucie, FL; brother, John Fee of Ft. Wayne, Ind ; 4 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. Funeral Services will be 9:30 A.M. Monday at St. Margaret Mary's Catholic Church, Sawannda, N.C. Anders-Rice Funeral Home, Ashevllle, N.C. In charge of arrangementa. RICHARD H. ILIFF Age 81 of Wrt Palm Beach, Florida pasted away on December 4, 1997, He was born In Chicago, Illinois. He served In World War n and was honorably discharged with a rank of lat Lieutenant. He graduated from the University of Illinois and was an advertising executive in Detroit, Michigan before moving to West Palm Beach in 1968. Mr. Dlff to survived by his beloved wife of 35 years, Evelyn, his son, Steven and daughters, Janice Iliff Harley and Nancy Kay Diff. Memorial service private. ETHELYN DOLLY' A. LEMASTERS Age 84, of West Palm Beach, FL passed away on December 04, 1997. Dolly was a long time resident since moving here from Berlin, Massachusetts In 1964. She also was a member of the Northwood Baptist Church. She leaves to cherish her memories a loving husband, Leslie, two sons; John Baum of West Palm Beach and Fred Baum (Mary) of Loxahatrhee, tour grandchildren; Taml Gomez, Melissa Smalling, John Olsen, Bryan Baum, one great grandchild; Paige Smalling and one niece; Eleanor Rand, along with a host of sorrowing friends. Family and friends may call at the ROYAL PALM FUNERAL HOME. 5601 Greenwood Avenue, WPB on Sunday, December 7, 1997 from 44 PM. Funeral services will be held Monday, December 8, 1997 at First Baptist Church of West Palm Beach, 1101 S. Flagler Drive, WPB at 11 AM. Family requests donation to Alzheimer! Foundation.