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C4 Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, January 1, 1977 Freedom Train At TraiVs End MIAMI (UPI) - The American Freedom Train wound up a 20-month 138-town tour of the United States 29 minutes late yesterday because of 200 people who were still lined up at the 5 p.m. closing time. Train officials decided to keep the train open until everybody had seen it rather than turn anyone away. The last family to see the exhibit was that of Frederick Rockwell Sr., 48, of Fort Lauderdale, his 21-year-old son Frederick Jr., 22-year-old daughter Kathleen and his mother-in-law Helen Reiner, 73. The train arrived in Miami for its last stop last week and people have had to wait as long as three hours to see the exhibits for $2 for adults and $1 for children. Officials say 6,762,965 people have seen the train during its tour of 48 states. The longest lines reportedly were in Anaheim, Calif., where the wait stretched to six hours. The traveling exhibition of, 550 artifacts was the idea of a Wall Street broker named Ross Rowland, who spent $250,000 of his own money on the project before several corporations came forward with grants. Rowland read a toast by candlelight after the Rockwell family had left the train. The 150 employes on the train then held a New Year's Eve party at Hia-leah Race Track and then prepared to disband. The cars will be taken to Washington and the engines destined for Portland, Ore. Frank Donnally, 31, an electrician on the train, said he was sorry to see it end. "We're going to break the MOD and throw it away," he said. "All this, it's something you can't go back to." Sr- it- ff J n-:! I U ' &k i '1 ' 71 . I .." ,! . . -, ?, A u'!mi ! , . A-T' --'i-ii hi I1- ry v . HOLIDAY HASSLE - With thousands of tourists vacationing in Central Florida, traffic lines reportedly were backed up at times this week as much as 15 miles from 1-4 on to the Walt Disney World exit. The attraction closed its parking area several times when it reached capacity. Malpractice Law Takes Effect TALLAHASSEE (UPI) - Laws allowing branch banking and putting the onus for settling malpractice incidents on hospitals take effect today while Gov. Reubin Askew's much-acclaimed "sunshine amendment" becomes law next week. Seven bills become law today, including proposals requiring hospitals to establish medical incident committees to try to settle malpractice claims out of court, re-codifying condominium statutes, and requiring its an ex-official from lobbying before his former agency for two years. The new malpractice law is being challenged by the insurance industry as unconstitutional because it places restrictions on settlement of malpractice claims in the courts. The medical incident committees are empowered to investigate suspected cases of inadequate care and offer the patient a settlement. The settlement is not binding on the pa tient, but is on the physician and his insurance company unless an appeal is filed with the District Appeals Court. The Joint Underwriting Authority Board of Governors filed suit early this week and unsuccessfully sought to keep the committees from going into operation. The JUA is a state-operated malpractice insurance pool, but its board is controlled by private insurance company officials. The branch-banking law actually the legislature to approve tuition increases proposed by the Board of Regents (BOR). The sunshine amendment the first amendment to be proposed through collection of citizen signatures in modern Florida history takes effect Tuesday. It stiffens the financial disclosure law by requiring officials to file net worth statements and income tax returns in addition to the report of their income sources; and it prohib r STATE mm Askew Likely Governors Chairman Today will not take effect until Monday, when 64 bank branches wiH get approval from Comptroller Gerild Lewis and several open for busmen. Lewis had considered a moratorium on the issuing of charters for branches because of a Florida Supreme Court decision be feds might affect the branch basking law, but decided to go ahead. The decision struck down Lewis' right to release the names of bank stockholders. Branch banking was authorized by the 1975 Legislature, but the effective date delayed a year because of the need for a transition period. Federally-chartered banks also will be able to open branches beginning Monday. Specific legislative approval is now required of increases in tuition and other fees at the nine universities. In the past, the BOR submitted tuition hikes to the legislature, which to consider, but not necessarily approve them. The higher fees were adopted unless vetoed by the legislature. New laws taking effect today are: SB 98, requiring group insurance plans to include optional coverage for mental and nervous disorders. SB 711, allowing branch banking. SB 1206, limiting the period of time during which precinct or election district boundaries can be changed. 1 From Post Wirt Strvictt FORT LAUDERDALE - Gov. Reubin Askew will be the next chairman of the National Governors Conference, a member of its executive committee said yesterday. "He deserves it and I'm boosting him," said Gov. James A. Rhodes of Ohio, here for the Orange Bowl game. "We have the five votes to do it." Askew would fill the unexpired term of Idaho Gov. Cecil Andrus, who is withdrawing to become secretary of interior in the Carter administration. Gov. William Milligan of Michigan was elected chairman-elect last September, to take office next fall. The governors' executive 'committee will make its choice official during a telephone conference call Tuesday or Wednesday, Rhodes said. Miami area civic leader and a winner on the old $64,000 television quiz show, surrendered to authorities yesterday on charges of embezzling $215,000 from her clients. Mrs. Green was freed on $15,000 bond after she was booked upon her return to Miami from Hartford, Conn., where she had been undergoing psychiatric care at the Institute for the Living. The Filipino beauty, who once had won $32,-000 on the television quiz show, is charged with keeping $215,000 given her to buy real estate by three clients. Miami police detectives said the money may have been used for foreign investments and personal expenditures. Mrs. Green is a former chairman of the Dade County Heart Association. Rhodes, a Republican, said the group believed it would be fair for Andrus, a Democrat, to be replaced by someone of his own party. "We want to work with Gov. Carter and the national administration," Rhodes said. "We're not a negative organization." Ex-Quiz Show Winner Surrenders to Police MIAMI Adelita Quejado Green, a former Area Deaths- LEGAL NOTICES NO. MI707 Notice of Legislation To Whom It Mav Concern Notice Is hereby given of Intention to apply to the 1977 session of the Florida Legislature for the passage of an act for the relief of William G. Willis, providing an appropriation to compensate him for severe personal Injuries arising out of an accident on May 15, 1972. while he was lawfully operating a motorcycle on the public roads of the County of Palm Beach and providing an effective date. PUBLISH: Jan. 1, 8. 15, 22, 1977 NO. 552673 This is Public Notice that the City of Paho-kee, Florida, a Municipal Corporation, will receive sealed bids for the sale of the following equipment: 1. One (1) 1973 International Harvestor Model CO-1910-A complete with DP45-25-C Dempster Dumpmaster (Frontarm Loader). 2. One (1) 1974 International Harvestor Model CO-1910-B complete with Dempster Dumpmaster Frontarm Loader. 3. 24 - two cubic yard Dempster Dumpmaster containers 19 - three cubic yard Dempster Dumpmaster containers 14 - four cubic yard Dempster Dumpmaster containers 23 - six cubic yard Dempster Dumpmaster containers 24 - eight cubic yard Dempster Dumpmaster containers 4. Twelve (12) five (5) cubic yard Dempster Dumpmaster "Low Profile" Train Containers. (To be pulled behind pick up truck) 5. One (1) Transfer Trailer. 6. One (1) Bucyrus-Erle 22B Dragline as is. Bidder may bid on any one Item Individually or the complete package. Equipment can be seen between the hours of8:00A.M. to 4:00 P.M., Monday thru Friday at the City Barn, 1500 Rim Canal Road. Bids must be submitted F.O.B. Pahokee. Upon acceptance of Bids, accepted Bidder will be allowed thirty (30) days to pick up and pay for equipment. Bids will be accepted only on the official Bid Form which can be obtained from the office of the City Clerk. Bids must be received by the City Clerk not later than 7:30 P.M., Tuesday, January 11, 1977, at which time all bids will be opened. Bids must be placed in a sealed envelope and clearly marked "EQUIPMENT." Bids should be sealed In a second envelope If sent In by mall. The City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. CITY OF PAHOKEE DRAWER X PAHOKEE, FL. 33476 Betty J. McCoy City Clerk Published: EVERGLADES OBSERVER December 30, 1976 and January 6. 1977 PALM BEACH TIMES - 123076 thru 1677 NO. 57187S NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT EFFECT ON THE ENVIRONMENT December 10, 1976 County of Palm Beach 300 So. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Telephone (305) 837-2033 TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES, GROUPS AND PERSONS: Notice Is hereby given that Palm Beach County proposes to request the U S. Department of Housing and Urban Development release federal funds under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 (PL93-383) to be used for the following project: PROJECT: Community Development Block Grant Program PURPOSE: Palm Beach County's Community Development Program Is generally designed to eliminate and prevent blighting influences which contribute to the decline or deterioration of the Urban County's neighborhoods. ACTIVITIES: Acquisition of Real Property Public Improvements Code Enforcement Clearance and Demolition Rehabilitation Loans and Grants Special Projects for Elderly and Handicapped Relocation Payment and Assistance Estimated Cost of Project $1,970,800 It has been determined that such a request for the release of funds will not constitute an action significantly affecting the quality of the human environment ana accordingly the County of Palm Beach has decided not to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (PL 81-190). The reason(s) for such decision not to &repare such statement are as follows: aving compared the proposed project to applicable standards, plans and regulations, the Impact is not considered to be of major significance within the context of the total human environment. An Environmental Review Record respecting the within project has been made by the Community Development Division which documents the environmental review of the project and more fully sets forth reasons why such statement is not required. This Environmental Review Record Is on file at the Community Development Office at 2300 Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard, Suite 210 West Palm Beach. Florida and is available for public examination between the hours of 8:30 a m. and 5:00 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. No further environmental review of such f roject Is proposed to be conducted prior to he request for the release of federal funds. All Interested agencies, groups and persons disagreeing with this decision are Invited to submit written comments for consideration by the County to the Community Development Office at the above address. Such written comments should be received on or before January 3, 1977. All such comments so received will be considered and the County will not request the release of Federal funds or take any administrative action on the within project prior to the date specified in the preceding sentence. December 18, 1976 Date of first publication and dissemination of notice William H. Medlen Chairman, Board of County Commissioners 300 So. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, Florida 33402 PUBLISH: Dec. 18, 1976 through January 3, 1977 NO. 552624 PUBLIC NOTICE HIGHWAY CORRIDOR LOCATION AND DESIGN HEARING STATE ROAD ALTERNATE A-l-A FROM STATE ROAD 809 (NORTH LAKE BOULEVARD) IN LAKE PARK TO STATE ROAD 5 (U.S. 1) IN JUPITER, PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA Notice is hereby given that the State of Florida, Department of Transportation, will hold a public hearing on State Project Numbers 93090-1515 , 93090-1516 , 93090-1514 and 93090-1517, Budget Item Numbers 418182, 418183, 418155. and 418184, Federal Aid Project Numbers M 6383(1), M-6383(2). RS-585(2) and RS-585U). This public hearing will be held at Jupiter High School Cafeteria located at 601 Toney Pen-na Drive, Jupiter, Florida, on January 5, 1977, at 7:30 P.M. This hearing is being conducted to afford Interested persons the opportunity of ex- firesslng their views concerning the Iota-Ion, design, social, economic and environmental effects of the proposed Improvement to State Road Alternate A-l-A in Palm Beach County, Florida. Maps, drawings. Negative Declaration, and other pertinent Information developed by the Department and written views received from other agencies or public officials (If any) will be available for public inspection and copying at the Florida Department of Transportation, District Planning Office, 1800 Southwest 34th Street (North Perimeter Road), Fort Lauderdale, Florida, weekdays between the hours of 8: 00 A M. and 12 Noon and 1:00 P.M. and 5: 00 P.M. This information will also be available at the Northeast County Courthouse, 3188 PGA Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, weekdays between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P M. These materials will also be available at the hearing location after 7:00 P.M. on the day of the hearing The Department of Transportation's Relocation Advisory Assistance Program will oe aiscussea. This public hearing Is being held pursuant to the Federal Aid Highway Act, 23 U.S.C. 101 et. seq., 128. 315: Sections 2(a), 2(b) (2) and (9) (e) (1) of he Department of transportation Act, 49 U.S.C. 1651 (8) and (a) 2), 1657 (e) (1); 49 CFR Section 14 (c) and 23 CFR Section 1.32, and Section 334 211 and 335.04, Florida Statutes. William K. Fowler, District Engineer State of Florida , Department of Transportation PUBLISH : Dec. 23-31, 1976 Jan. 1-5, 1977 f II V - V M 1 TV I 1 II v. r r IT A Longer hours 1U for your convenience! 1 Open 9f 9am-9pm Monday thru High Point Court W, Delray Beach. Lome Funeral Home, Delray Beach. Funeral mass Monday. Taylor, Helen C, 82, of 924 Ala-manda Drive, Delray Beach. Lome Funeral Home, Delray Beach. Funeral in Hyannis, Mass. Taylor, Roy G., 86, of 436 Winters St., West Palm Beach. Quattlebaum-Holleman- Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Monday. Yarborough, Susie Lee, 93, of Valencia Road, West Palm Beach. Quattlebaum- Holleman- Burse Funeral Home, West Palm pach. Funeral Tuesday. CLASSIFIED LILLIAN M. McELLIGOTT Mrs. McElligott, 76 years old. of 4168 Hibiscus Circle, West Palm Beach, died Friday at a local hospital, after a sudden Illness. Mrs. McEllgott was a member of Holy Name Catholic Church. For over forty years, Mrs. McElligott and her husband Edmond E. (Eddie) McElligott who is a life member of the Professional Goiters Association, served various country clubs throughout the United States. In addition to her husband she Is survived by two grandchildren. Rosary Services will be held 7:30 P.M. on Sunday at Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, 1201 South Olive Avenue. West Palm Beach The Funeral Mass will be said 9:30 A.M. Monday at Holy Name Catholic Church. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9 P.M. on Sunday. n mmw WHftJ Hit CAN YOU 0 A Immediate Occupancy -For a Limited Time Only 2,000 OFF REGULAR PRICE Directly On The INTRACOASTAL O IlClllMt iKItlM Mult (MHMMHly e (lot It Dims ImcIim e Short Walk It 2 Ship"! ("' e Ink IrepKtl Stllist Iftimtt Ntritry) e tints Cluh Jktmnthtit. 4 Sly. Ilti. It int. (tMftlt, SttMtittt, Qttlity (tnl. e Vtiy (MVMittt It I 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath s 27,CB9 I ledroom, 1 lath Start it '10,C03 A OVER 85 SOLD Full Titlt Insurance by American Titla (o. Don't lal This Opportunity Past Too ly. Coma Sao It. You'll lika It! I MOOIl OKN DAILY 30-6: 00 P.M. ex Seagate n 6uj5(taH ItTI S. FW. Hwy., kyrtw ImA JJ4J5 HM IUCN COUNTY! 731-3711 IKOWAirO COUNTY: I77-M14 309 jrn.li Miller, Kenneth P., 53, of 919 44th St., West Palm Beach. Northwood Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Monday. Muzzupappa, Paul, 89, of 713 Lighthouse Drive, North Palm Beach. Hamm and Price Funeral Home, North Palm Beach. Funeral mass Monday. Myers, Mitz, 69, of UbVt 29th St., West Palm Beach. Northwood Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Ruback, Abe, 69, of Northampton A-9, Century Village, West Palm Beach. Levitt Memorial Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral Sunday. Taylor, Grace W., 100, of 232-D NOTICES ROY G. TAYLOR Mr. Taylor, 86 years old of 436 Winters Street, West Palm Beach, died Friday, December 31, 1976. He is survived by his wife, Laura Taylor, and son, Kenneth D. Taylor, both of West Palm Beach, his daughter, Mrs. Roger Peale, of Tltusvllle, Fla., three brothers, Charles E. Taylor, P. T. Taylor and Paul Taylor, all of West Palm Beach, and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held 3 P.M. Monday, January 3, 1977 at Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, 1201 South Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach, with the Rev. John M. Fletcher, Pastor of First United Methodist Church officiating. Interment will follow In the family lot in Woodlawn Cemetery, West Palm Beach. Friends may call at the funeral home 7 to 9 P.M. Sunday. WILLIAM G. GOFF Age 74. of 135 South Boulevard. Apt. D, Boynton Beach, passed away Dec. 30th. He had lived here since 1970, coming from Gloversville, N Y. Mr. Goff was very active In the Boy Scouts of America. He attended the Christian Science Church In Boynton Beach, and was a member of the West Winds Golf Club, Boynton Beach. Survived by his wife Agnes, of Boynton Beach; one son Alan H. Goff, Lake Forest, Illinois; four grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Monday, Jan. 3, at 2 p.m., at Scobee Combs Funeral Home, Boynton Beach, with Chauncey C. Butler, Christian Science Reader, officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Burial will be In Liberty, N.Y. LEONARD A. COBB Of 818 15th St., West Palm Beach, passed away on Dec. 29th. Funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. on Monday at Payne Chapel AME Church. Friends may call on Sunday from 3-9 p.m. at the West Palm Beach Chapel of the Coleman Funeral Home. The family will receive friends on Sunday from 7-9 p.m. at the chapel. IRENE T. BARKHEIMER Mrs. Barkhelmer, 49 years old, of Anstis Road In Hobe Sound, Fl., died Thursday, December 30, 1976. She Is survived by her husband: Donald I. Barkhelmer of Hobe Sound, Fl.; two daughters: Mrs. Diane C. Kerner and Mrs. Bette E. Benz, both of Stuart, Fl.; two sons: Donald I. Barkhelmer, 11, and Thomas P. Barkhelmer both of Hobe Sound, Fl.; her mother, Mrs. Mattle Treadwell of West Palm Beach, Fl.; three sisters: Mrs. Sara Deadwyler of Cornwall, Fl.; Mrs. Elene Law of Vienna, Va.. and Mrs. Tesste Byers of Muskegon, Mich.; and one grandson. Funeral Services will be held 3:00 P.M. Sunday at Quattlebaum-Holleman- Burse Funeral Home, 1201 South Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach, with the Rev. Steve Cloud of Northwood Baptist Church, West Palm Beach, officiating. Friends may call at the funeral hoW from 12 Noon until service time on Sunday. Blvd., Apt. D, Boynton Beach. Scobee- Combs Funeral Home, Bovnton Beach. Funeral Monday. Haines, William Robert (Capt. Bob), 47, of 181 Shore Drive, Riviera Beach. Mizell- Faville- Zern South-dale Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral Monday. Hendricks, Edith E., 74, of 18 S. C St., Apt. 1, Lake Worth. Dorsey Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Funeral Sunday. McElligott, Lillian M., 76, of 4168 Hibiscus Circle, West Palm Beach. Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral mass Monday. FUNERAL RICHARD WILLIAM KELSON Age 49. of 1186 Royal Palm Way, West Palm Beach, Fla., passed away Dec. 30th, 1976. Mr. Kelson Is survived by three brothers Stanley L., of West Palm Beach, George of Boston, Mass., and Ronald of Richmond, Va. ; three sisters, Anne M. Duclos. of Maynard, Mass., Edna Field, Hamilton, Ontario, Hazel M. Field, of Richmond, Va. Friends may call at Tillman Funeral Home, 2170 S. Military Trail, Sunday from 2-4 and Monday from 2-4 and 7-8:30 p.m. Funeral service from Tillman Funeral Home Monday evening at 8:30 p.m. ABE RUBACK Age 69, of Northampton A9, West Palm Beach, died Thursday. Survived by wife, Pauline; Sons, Sanford of Englewood, New Jersey, and Irwin of Oxon Hill, Maryland; Sisters. Ruby Ber-man, and Lillian Kilber of Plantation; grandfather of four, Member of Congregation Anshei Shalom. Also a Member of Lodge No. 272, I.O.O.F. Newark, New Jersey. Services Sunday 12 Noon, at the Levitt Memorial Chapel Inc. 625 S. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach. Officiating, Rabbi Harry Sehectman. Interment Shalom Memorial Park. Family request donations to American Cancer Society. JOSEPH P. CARNEY 563 Dogwood Rd., West Palm Beach, died at his home Thursday evening Dec. 30th, 1976. Mr. Carney was associated with the Artcraft Awning & Canvas Company for over 10 years. He Is survived by his brother-in-law and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reln-hardt, of Delray Beach; a slster-ln-law Mrs. Olive Sherry, of Alhambra, Calif.; a nephew Russell and a niece Dale, both of Delray Beach. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 3. 1977, In St. John Fisher Catholic Church, West Palm Beach. Committal services and burial will follow In HUlcrest Memorial Park. Friends may call at the Northwood Funeral Home, West Palm Beach, from 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. JOHN HENRY RAY Age 76, 8376 SE Allamanda Way, Hobe Sound, a resident tor over 35 years, coming from North Carolina. Surviving are a wife Roberta Ray, Hobe Sound; a sister Florence Beth, Durham, N.C.; a brother-in-law Herbert Broom-Held, St. Petersburg, Fla.; one slster-ln-law; and several nieces, nephews and other relatives. Funeral service will be held Monday, 11 a.m., Church of Christ. Stuart, Fla., Brother Timothy Moore, officiating. Burial in Hobe Sound Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday from 5-7 p.m., at Church of Christ, Hobe Sound, Bridge Rd. ft Florida Ave. Stevens Brothers Funeral Home In charge of arrangements. Carney, Joseph P., of 563 Dogwood Road, West Palm Beach. Northwood Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral mass Monday. Cobb, Leonard A., 65, of 818 15th St., West Palm Beach. Coleman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Monday. DeLong, Marilyn S 56, of 1121 Coral Way, Singer Island. North-wood Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral in Wynnewood, Pa. Dobias, Anna, 78, of 9629 Ilex Circle S., Palm Beach Gardens. Hamm and Price Funeral Home, North Palm Beach. Funeral mass Sunday. Goff, William G., 74, of 135 South CLASSIFIED WILLIAM ROBERT (CAPT. BOB) HAINES Age 47, of 181 Shore Dr., Riviera Beach, died suddenly Thursday, Dec. 30th. He came from Detroit, Michigan, 30 years ago, was a Deacon at the Palm Beach Lakes Church of Christ, and a member of the West Palm Beach fishing club. Survivors Include his wife, June; one son Robert Alan Haines; both of Riviera Beach; two daughters, Mrs. Al Crandall, of Step Rock, Arkansas, and Miss Peggy Haines, of Riviera Beach; mother Mrs. Ann Haines; brother Richard Raymond Haines; two sisters. Mrs. Charles Reeves and Mrs. Earl A. Wedge; all of West Palm Beach; and two grandsons. Funeral service will be held Monday Jan. 3, 10 a.m., at the Palm Beach-Lakes Church of Christ, 1111 36th St. Services conducted by William C. Hatcher, Evangelist, and Kerry Kaln, Evangelist. Interment will be at HUlcrest Memorial Park. Friends may call at Mlzell-Favllle-Zem Southdale Chapel on Sunday from 2-4 p.m. and 8-9:30 p.m. ANNA DOBIAS Age 78 of 9629 Ilex Circle South, Palm Beach Gardens, passed away Friday, Dec. 31. Survivors Include a son Howard, Palm Beach Gardens; a daughter Florence Paul, Long Island, NY.; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Sunday at the Hamm & Price Funeral Home. North Palm Beach. Cremation will follow. Friends may call from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Saturday at the Funeral Home. MARY MABLE STEVENS Mrs. Stevens, 97 years old, of 431 Macy Street, West Palm Beach, died Thursday, December 30, 1976. She Is survived by three nieces: Mrs. Dorothy M. Fulmer of Lake Worth; Mrs. Elma B. Culllnane of West Palm Beach and Mrs. Erma R. Fletcher of Philadelphia, Pa Funeral Services will be held 4:00 P.M. on Saturday at Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, 1201 South Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach, with Hal Rosencrans of the Unity of the Palm Beaches, officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9 P.M. on Friday. Further services and Interment will take place In Philadelphia, Pa. KENNETH P. MILLER Age S3, of 919 44th St., West Palm Beach, died on Thursday Dec. 30th, 1976, at the Veterans Hospital in Miami, Fla. He Is survived by his wife Sonia, West Palm Beach; his mother Mrs. Elsie Miller of Alderson, W. Va.; one son Billy E. Miller, of West Palm Beach; two brothers, Harlan of Bridgeport, W. Va., and Cecil J. of Ocala, Fla.; and one step-daughter Tonie Handegard of West Palm Beach. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Monday In the Northwood Funeral Home Chapel. Committal services and burial will follow In HUlcrest Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may 'call at tide Northwood Funeral Home from 3-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Sunday. , Friday V 9am-5pm L- Saturday W IPalm It Mall Office It IB JfemsJ f Inmni

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