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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 25

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Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 26, 1968-25 Area Deaths And Funerals Como Sings Different Tune In Home Price Case DOOR OPENER: 62. of Ross, Calif., there Monday. Survivors include four daughters, the Misses Anne, Gay and Wendy, all of Ross, and Mrs. George (Jane Gale) Beckwith III of Palm Beach, and five grandchildren. He was a former member of the board of governors of the American Museum of Natural history, a former director of the board of the Miami Ocean-ographic Institute, founder of the Club DePescas in Cabo Blanco, Peru, and a well known sports fishermen. Funeral service will be at Ross. WILLIAM SENBERG LAKE WORTH - William Senberg, 85, of 3215 Gulf- Johnson, Rusk Confer WASHINGTON (AP) -President Johnson met Monday with Secretary of State Dean Rusk and with the National Security Council, but the White House said no special events required the meetings. The subjects of Security Council discussions are rarely announced. In one departure from custom, Johnson invited news photographers in for a brief picture-taking session at the start of the meeting. Among those attending was Secretary of the Treasury Henry H. Fowler, who participated in international monetary talks in Bonn last week and who expressed confidence at a news conference that a possible money crisis had been averted. Workmen's Insurance Bids To He Opened BELLE GLADE - Bids to provide workmen's compensation insurance for 16 employes of the Everlades Fire Control District will be opened at the headquarters here on U.S. 441 at 10a.m., Dec. 17. Chief E. C. Rogers said the workers are located in stations located in nine south He said alterations were made from time to time, but only because he was told to by the architect, Ames Bennett of Palm Beach. Keene testified when he negotiated for the architect he purposely withheld Como's name as the buyer in order to save him some money. At one point the hearing was sidetracked by discussion of a seawall, but was returned quickly to the rails by Judge James R. Knott, presiding. "This seawall bit is illustrative and very interesting," he said, "but not really pertinent to the case." Theiearing continues today Noted Actor Dies At 89 CHICAGO iAP - Phillip Francis Lord. 89. a stage, radio and television actor for more than 65 years, died Monday ol a heart ailment Lord was a veteran of the Spanish American War and participated in the historic charge up San Juan Hill led by Theodore Roosevelt. He served as a naval commander in World War I. In the early years of the century Lord played the New York and London theaters with many notable perlormers including Ethel Barrymore. One ol his highest successes was in "The Trial ol Mary Du-gan." He moved to Chicago with his wife. Betty, in 1931 and began a career in radio. In recent years he played in television serials. Lord and his w ile resided in an apartment hotel on the Near North Side. Funeral arrangements were pending. By KEN GREEN Staff Writer Pop singer and television personality Perry Como dropped his musical pursuits Monday, if only momentarily, as he disputed the purchase price of his Tequesta winter home in Circuit Court. Como sat passively beside his attorney, Phil O'Connell, as he listened to builder Hank Keene claim he still owed him $53,760 on $356,000 home. Keene of El Portal Drive, Tequesta, contends in a civil action the singer has failed to make the payment since completion of the residence on Feb. 15, 1967. Como, in a counterclaim, contends he was intentionally deceived by the builder into thinking the home could be constructed for $150,000 and that Keene failed to follow the prescribed plans, resulting in unnecessary changes and additional expenses. "The architect wrote the music and I decided to play the tune," Keene testified as he defended his price. He said changes were constantly made during the one year and 10-month construction period, but by Perry's wife, Roselle, and the architect. Keene denied that Como had made up to 40 calls complaining that workmen were not on the job or that work was not progressing rapidly enough. "There wasn't any hold up on our part," he said. The builder testified that when he began construction it had not been his understanding to construct the home in the $150,000 range. But Keene admitted Como was visibly upset six months after the house had been started when told it might cost up to $285,000. The builder claimed the contract called for construction at cost plus 10 per cent contractor fees and 5 per cent overhead. CHINCH BUGS? SOD WORMS? phone T0MASELL0 585-2551 JOHN BOYNTON Independent Insurance Agent Says: The key to success is service. Better service to our insured is built upon close working relationships between us and the companies we represent. 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Survivors include his wife, LaRuth; two sons, Don of Bloomington and Max of Mi- ami;a brother, Raymond of Versailles, Ind.; Toursistersr Mrs. Bessie Masten and Mrs. Ruth Baldwin, both of Plain-field, Ind., and Mrs. Zelma McBride and Mrs. Mildred Hays, both of Indianapolis; nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the Mi-zell-Faville-Zern Southdale Chapel from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday with funeral service at 8 p.m. Monday. Other services and burial will be at Bloomington with the Allen Funeral Home in charge of arrangements there. DR. LEONARD GEORGES ROSENTHAL PALM SPRINGS - Dr. Leonard Georges Rosenthal, 54, of 120 Henthorne Drive, Palm Springs , died Sunday. Survivors include his father, Isacc of St. Louis; a son, William Allen of Connecticut; five brothers, Barney, Joseph, Samuel, Carl and Albert, all of St. Louis; three sisters, Mrs. Elsie Snider of St. Louis, Mrs. Mildred Bermack of Los Angeles, and Mrs. Rose Rosen of Detroit. Funeral service will be at 1 p.m. today at the graveside in Palm Beach Memorial Park, Boynton Beach, with National Chapels Mortuary of Hypoluxo Road in charge of arrangements. MRS. LIDA M.TRIPP BOCA RATON - Mrs. Lida M. Tripp, 76, of 299 NE Spanish Trail, died Sunday in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Survivors include one nephew, Douglas MacDougall of Croton-On-Hudson, N.Y. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Kraeer Funeral Home, Boca Raton. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. MRS. El.OUSE D. SELLERS BOCA RATON - Mrs. El-ouise D. Sellers. 47. of 701 NW 7th St.. died Friday. Surviv ors include her mother, Mrs. Flora Stanley of Way-cross, Ga. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at Boca Raton Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today at'the Kraeer Funeral Home. Boca Raton. SHIFTS stream RdTVdied Monday; Survivors include his daughter, Mrs. Jeanette Mcintosh of Lake Worth. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. today at Lake Worth Funeral Home. Private funeral services will beheld at a later date. Funeral Notices MRS. DELLA JACKSON POWERS LAKE WORTH - Funeral services lor Mrs. Delia Jackson Powers, 57, ol 1 105 S. F St., who died Saturday, will be held at 4 p.m. today at the Bethesda-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, Palm Beach. Friends may call at the Wizell-Faville-Zern Southdale Chapel trom 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. today. Performed The initial medical reports on Seidenberg said he was doing as well "as can be expected." The heart was taken from Wilson W. Lieske, 26. of Havre de Grace. Md. Dr. Russell A. Nelson, president of Hopkins, said Lieske had "a gunshot wound of the head believed to be self inflicted." Lieske had been brought to the Baltimore hospital Sunday night and Dr. Vincent L. Gott. head of one team of five doctors, said "there was evidence of irreversible brain damage." He said Lieske's family agreed to donate his heart to the hospital. He is survived by his widow, two sons and his parents. Dr. Gott, 41, directed four other doctors in taking Lieske's heart. Dr. Harvey W. Bender Jr., 35, worked with four others preparing Seidenberg. Gott and Bender then collaborated in installing the transplanted organ. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. today. MRS. MARGARET F. RYAL5 Mrs. Margaret F. Ryals. 81, of 332 Monroe Dr., West Palm Beach, died Monday. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Margaret R. Dempsey of West Palm Beach; one brother, Marion L. Flowers of Encino, Calif.; and two grandsons. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. today at Mi-zell-Faville-Zern Hibiscus Chapel. Graveside services will take place Wednesday in Savannah, Ga. MISS ROSE FLANAGAN Word has been received of the death of Miss Rose Flanagan, 72, of East Troy, Wis., former resident of West Palm Beach for 20 years, there Sunday. Survivors include a brother, John, and two sisters, the Misses Elizabeth and Agnes Flanagan, all of East Troy. Funeral service will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in St. Rose's Catholic Church, East Troy. MARION C. GALE Word has been received of the death of Marion C. Gale, Transplant BALTIMORE. Md. (AP) -A 56-year-old Baltimore real estate broker. Sydney Seiden-berg, was the recipient Monday of the first heart transplanted in Maryland. A team of 10 doctors performed the six-hour operation at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Jazz Vocalist Dies At 57 HARVEY, 111. (AP) -James Phillips, 07, a jazz vocalist who performed with bands conducted by Count Ba-sie, Fletcher Henderson and Earl Hines, died Monday in his home in Harvey, a southern suburb of Chicago. Phillips began singing in his native Louisiana and later worked in Kansas City nightclubs. He also performed in Chicago area nightclubs before he switched to factory work in recent yearj. Phillips was found unconscious by his sister. Mrs. Marilee Treadwell. He was pronounced dead at Ingalls Memorial Hospital. 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Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theadore Swartz; one brother, Dean; one sister, Jody, and his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hetrick of Lake-wood, N.Y. Rosary services will be held at 8 p.m. today at Cox-Gif ford-Baldwin Funeral Chapel, Vero Beach. Funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Helen's Catholic Church. Vero Beach. JOHNG. ASAY JR, DELRAY BEACH - John G. Asay Jr.. 68. of 3503 N. Federal Hwv.. died Sunday. Survivors include his wife. Dorothy; one son, John G. Ill of Pottstown. Pa., and three grandchildren. Private funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at the Scobee-Combs Funeral Home, Boynton Beach. Memorial contributions may be made to the Cancer Fund. MRS. IDA VIENONEN LAKE WORTH - Mrs. Ida "Ti"eTOne'n.''83',"'of 204 N. M St.. died Sunday. Survivors include two daughters. Mrs. Paula Taube of Lake Worth, and Mrs. Ellen Lehtonen of Eatontown, N.J.; one son, Eugen of Finland; nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Lakeside Chapel, Lake Worth. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the chapel. MRS. ELVIRA WICKS SOUDERS LAKE WORTH - Mrs. Elvira Wicks Souders, 94, formerly a Lake Worth resident, died in West Palm Beach Monday. E. Earl Smith and Son Funeral Home. Lake Worth, will announce arrangements. MISS BRIDGET DORAN Miss Bridget Doran, 90, of 900 49th St., West Palm Beach, died Sunday. Rosary services will be held at 8 p.m. today at Quattle-baum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home. A requiem mass will be said at 9 a.m. Wednesday at St. John Fisher Catholic Church. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. MRS. E. KATHRYN (KITTY) BAKER Mrs. E. Kathryn (Kitty) Baker, 69, of 241 LyttonCt., West Palm Beach, widow of the late R. C. Baker, longtime aiieiiif ui Tdlin Beut.ii County. died Sunday. 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