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4D THE PALM BEACH POST FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 2004 No bond for bank robberies suspect" Atlantic High boundary committee wants more time to complete plan getaway cars as they left the scene. It was an April 14 dual- robbery, in which two teams , took $94,674 from the Fir& iNational Bank in Tequesta1 and $13,718 from the SunTrust Bank in Port St Lucie, . i i . . . . . . uiat tea 10 oanmsier s arresi. t i Officers spotted one of., uie getaway vans ana ae- - scenaea on tne scene, scouring two apartments that produced a wealth of By ALAN GOMEZ Palm Beach Post Staff Writer WEST PALM BEACH When a detective asked Juan Bannister about a suing of violent bank robberies by a gun-wielding gang known as the "Knotty Head Click," Bannister smiled. . "If you can show me a picture of me in a bank, then IU talk to you about bank robberies," the detective recalled Bannister, saying. "Until then, I got nothing to talk about." Federal prosecutors believe' it may be time for Bannister to start talking after they outlined a string of evidence against the man they consider the mastermind of the gang's robberies, which spanned the Treasure Coast and Palm Beach County. The evidence came out during a Thursday bond from the school's proposed boundaries. They will get a revised study for review in May. Member Rose Anne Brown encouraged her colleagues not to forget community input "That was the attraction, to have some of these students finally be able to attend ' a school in their community, rather than" being bused to Boca," Brown 6aid. The new Atlantic High is under construction at the intersection of Congress and Atlantic avenues and will replace the current facility ton Seacrest Boulevard. Critics argue that district and city officials conspired improperly to build a new j school unnecessarily. Under the proposal, the 2,500-seat school would include students from the current Atlantic High, more than 500 from Boca Raton, Olympic Heights and Spanish River high schools and 700 students for choice programs pulled from outside the boundaries. But that puts the Boca Raton high schools more than 10 percent under capacity, endangering course and extracurricular offerings, some committee members argued. "It's a pretty good study," member Janet Meeks said. "But I still think it needs to be tweaked." cynthiakopkowskipbpost.com bv Bannister's pirlfrirnrt .5 they found $5,100 in cash, including two "baif bills ? taken from the Tequesta bank. Detective Jason Houston ' . r j.1 iir.i n.i... ri- n hearing for Bannister, a 21-year-old who has a string of 15 arrests in the past five years. Federal Magistrate Bannister Linnea R. Johnson denied bory!. The group viich investigators estimated at about 10 people who had become increasingly violent in their estimated 10 robberies remained consistent in its method. Wearing black clothing, masks and gloves, they would storm into banks with at least one assault rifle. One member would jump the counter and round up the money. They would then switch Jupiter, died 'Wednesday. Taylor & Modeen Funeral Home, Jupiter. Graveside service in Bushnell, Fla. Rourke, Elizabeth, 91, of Lake Worth, died Wednesday. All County, Funeral Home and Crematory, Lake Worth. Sack, Patricia A., of West Palm Beach, died Wednesday. Gutterman-Warheit Memorial Chapel, Boca Raton. ' Samuelson, Cart, 77, of Delray Beach, died Tuesday. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Seh, Bertha, 91, of Riviera Beach, died Wednesday. Edgley Cremation 'Services, West Palm Beach. Shaffron, Isaac, 82, of Delray Beach, died Wednesday. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Delray Beach. Silverman, Morris J., of Boca Raton, died Tuesday. Gutterman-Warheit Memorial Chapel, Boca Raton. Simmons, Paul Douglas fc., 41, of Belle Glade, died April 14. Miller Mortuary, Belle Glade. Funeral Saturday. Smith, Dr. David "Larry," 63, of Delray Beach, died Monday. Straghn and Son Tri-City Funeral Home, Delray Beach. Smith, Johnnie Curtis Jr., 57, of Belle Glade, died April 14. Miller Mortuary, Belle Glade. Funeral Saturday. Strobel, James, 60, of West Palm Beach, died Wednesday. All County Funeral Home and Crematory, Lake Worth. ; By CYNTHIA K0PK0WSKI Palm Beach Post Staff Writer A committee drawing boundaries for a new Delray Beach high school decided Wednesday it wants more time to tweak an attendance plan that pulls in students from within a 2-mile radius and ends busing of hundreds of black students. Under the current plan, the new Atlantic High School opening, in 2005 would serve black students who have been bused from central Delray Beach for nearly 40 years to integrate Boca Raton schools. Committee members on Wednesday bartered over which neighborhoods they wanted included or excluded AREA DEATHS Palm Beach County , Alcoff, Pearl, 90, of Boynton Beach, died Tuesday. Horizon Funeral Home & Cremation Centers, Fort Myers. Balog, Paul, 73, of Boca Raton, died Tuesday. Direct Cremations, Boca Raton. Barkan, Herman, 85, of Boynton Beach, died Tuesday. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Boynton Beach. Becker, Sylvia, 92, of Lake Worth, died Wednesday. Beth Israel Memorial Chapel, Boynton Beach. Blddle, Barbara Holly, 59, of Palm Beach Gardens, died Monday. Aycock Funeral Home, Jupiter. Bloom, Shirley, of Delray Beach, died Wednesday. Gutterman-Warheit Memorial Chapel, Boca Raton. Brandon, Kurt, of Delray Beach, died Tuesday. Gutterman-Warheit Memorial Chapel, Boca Raton. JESSIE BARNES 95, formerly of Pahokee. FL. died Tuesday, April 20, 2004. A native ol Perry, FL, she was born on July 29, 1908, daughter of the late William and Pearl Faulkner Agner. She moved to Pahokse In 1938 and made her home there until her son was killed in an automobile accident in 1995. At that time she moved to Lake Placid. FL to live with her brother, J.D. Agner. until his death. After his death, she moved to Dunwoody, GA to make her home with her daughter. While living in Pahokee she owned and operated Sue's Fabric shop on South Lake Avenue for over 30 years. She was a ie time member of the Order of the Eastern Star and had served as Grand Electa of the Grand Chapter of Florida A member for over fifty years of the Pahokee Chapter Number 184, Order of the Eastern Star, she served as Worthy Matron In 1949, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1987. 1991, and 1994. Upon the merger ot the Pahokee and Clewiston Chapters, she became a member of Sugarland Chapter Number 200, Order of the Eastern Star. ' She was preceded in death by her husband, Homer Barnes in 1980, and by her son, Jim Barnes in 1995. Survivors include her daughter. Sue Johnson of Palm Coast, FL; sister, Lois Sheffield of Pahokee, FL; grandsons, Charles Bruce Sears, Jr., and Stewart Reid Sears, both of Mansfield, AK, E. James Barnes. Jr. of Tallahassee. FL, Robert Barnes of Tampa, FL, and Richard M. Barnes of West Palm Beach FL; granddaughter, Dee Ann Smith of Tallahassee, FL, and eight great grandchildren. A graveside service will be conducted Saturday afternoon, April 24, 2004 at 1PM at Memory Gardens in Lake Worth, FL. Rev James A. Bennett, her former pastor, will officiate. . YATES FUNERAL HOME, 1101 South US 1, Fori Pierce, FL (772-461-7000) has charge of the arrangements. To Hprst condolence end meke donitlons Visit PalmBeachPost.comobituariet FREDERICK LAMAR BROWN 28, of West Palm Beach, Florida, passed away on Good Friday, April 9, 2004 He was a lifelong resident of this area. Fred left the troubles and Frailties of this world to rest in the safe and blessed arms of his Creator. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. Fred leaves to cherish his loving memory his very dedicated and devoted wife, Marshae S. Brown, and daughter, Alexus Brown; two children: Shakayla Brown, and Frederick Brown; mother, Virginia O'Hara Brown: lather, Ernest Louis Brown; one sister. Ebony Rochelle Brown; three brothers: Roderick Lamar Brown, Donald Wilson (Aishea), and Ian Lewis: grandfather, Albert Lee O'Hara; auntie,' Ernestine O'Hara; mother-in-law Cecelia Bethel (Dwain); dearest grandmother, Estelle Garvin Dockery; and a host of other relatives and friends. Homegoing Celebration will be held 1 PM Saturday, April24, 2004 at Roanoke Missionary Baptist Church, 1320 Douglas Ave WPB. Friends may can TODAY from 6 - 8 PM at SIDERS FUNERAL HOME, West Palm Beach. SIDERS FUNERAL HOME Family Owned & Operated West Palm Beach, FL To express condolences snd make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobituarles PEARL A. (READ) CHARLTON ' aWaltham.MAdiedTnursdayApril22, 2004 in Piety Comer Nursing Home, Waltham. She was 96 Bom in Waltham, MA a daughter of the late Robert and Isabel (Boddy) Read, she was a secretary tor many years before her retirement. Mrs. Charlton lived in Waltham for many years before moving to Boynton Beach, Florida in 1974. She was a graduate of Waltham High School, a former New England Club Member in Boynton Beach, and a former member of Immanuel Methodist Church in Waltham. She was the wife of the late Gerald Charlton, mother of the late Barbara Towne and sister of the late Kenneth, George, Arthur Read and Bertha Jordan. ' She is survived by her son Robert A. "Red" Charlton and his wile Mary of Waltham, one sister Mabel Josephson of Boynton Beach. FL; three grandchildren Scott Town: Linda Sanders, Robert Towne, two great grandchildren David and Jacqueline and many nieces and nephews. The Funeral Service will be held Mondav at 8 p" m in The Joyce Funeral Home, 245 Main Street (Rte 20). Waltham. MA. Burial will be private. Visiting hours Monday 4-8 p.m. In lieu of flower's Memorial donation's may be made to Piety Comer Nursing Home. Activities Dept.; 325 Bacon Street, Waltham, MA 02451. " To eipress condolences snd mske donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobituaries OBITUARIES ONLINE. Search for death notices by name, date, city or funeral home. PalmBeachPost.com Click on Obituaries oi me w esi raim oeacn to-lice Department said they are still trying to identify the other members of the gang. aianjomezpbpost.com Tucker, Sara Helen, 79, of Jupiter, died Monday. Taylor & Modeen Funeral Home, Jupiter. Memorial service today. VanSickle, Ariene, 79, of West Palm Beach, died Tuesday. Dorsey-E. Earl Smith Memory Gardens Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Walker, Leo J., 78, of West Palm Beach,, died Thursday. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral in Mid-dletown, Md. Warner, Beverly Ann, 61, of Jupiter, died Tuesday. Taylor & Modeen Funeral Home, Jupiter. Visitation today; funeral Saturday. Williams, Martha C, 35, of Belle Glade, died Tuesday. Miller Mortuary, Belle Glade. Funeral Tuesday. Young, Mary T., 72, of Jupiter, died Sunday. Aycock Funeral Home, Jupiter. Funeral in New York City. St Lucie County Covarrubias, Lorenzo Rosas, 22, of Port St Lucie, died Monday. Yates Funeral Home, Fort Pierce. Visitation' Saturday. Hufflne, John Robert, 93, of, Port St. Lucie, died Wednesday. All County Funeral Home & Crematory, Stuart Okeechobee County -:4 Sohl, Carlton Jacob, 68, of Okeechobee, died Thursday." Buxton Funeral Home and Crematory, Okeechobee. Commission with resDect to meeting or hearing, such a verbatim record of the KiKCTtOltAL CLASSnUTKM L. ,,. :. T TOWN Of OCEAN RIDGE NO. 702057 TOWN OF OCEAN RIDGE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE ADOPTION OF COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS Warheit Memorial Chapel, Boca Raton. Levlne, Harold, of Boca Ra-ton, died Tuesday. Gutterman-Warheit Memorial Chapel, Boca Raton. Lipschutz, David, of Palm Beach, died ITiursday. Neptune Society, Fort Lauderdale. Loeschner, Lillian, 99, of Boynton Beach, died Tuesday. Scobee-Combs-Bowden Funeral Home, Boynton 1 Beach. Pfeifer, Daniela M., 44, of Jupiter, died Tuesday. Royal Palm Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home, West Palm' Beach. Visitation today; funeral Saturday. Powell, Loretta M.( 93, formerly of West Palm Beach, died Tuesday. Tillman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Visitation and graveside service today. Raper, Louis Daniel, 87, of ALBERT GEORGE SMALL, Jr. October 23, 1918 - April 18, 2004 Born in Detroit, Michigan resident of Boynton Beach since 1967. Son ol Altert George Small, Sr. and Margaret (nee Radford) SmalL Beloved husband, falner and grandfather went to be with his Heavenly Father, who filled and guided his life. He served in the Army Air Corps during World War II and worked in the circulation department for the Sun-Sentinel for 18 years, where he was a member of the President s Club before retiring in 1985. Al was a talented musician; playing in many bands in his lifetime, teaching organ, piano and playing i the Bell Choir at his church He was also a first rale cook tor his family and church. It is said that he was always feeding the masses He devoted his lile to his familv. church and commu nity, always putting others before himself. At First Presbyterian Church of Boynton Beach, he servea as a ueacon. tioer ana umciai Amoassa dor as he always made people feel welcome and loveo wnerever ne was Me win De sorely missea oy an wno were oiesseo to know mm. Predeceased by his daughter, Sandy Survived by his loving wife of 65 years, Eleanors; son. Albert III: daughters. Margot and Cathy, special daughters. Dixie and Maggie: sister. Gerri; granocmiaren: Man, bnawn. Micneite. joe. tnca. Joseph and Shane; and great-grandsons Dranaon ano raicnoias. Memorial Service to be held at First Presbyterian Church, SW 6th Ave., Boynton Beach on May 8 at 1 PM. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be made in his name to eitner betnesaa Memorial nospice unit or tne Music Program at First Presbyterian Church ot boynton beacn. To express condolences and make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobituaries ROGER E. TUCKER Roger E. Tucker of Juno Beach died peace- ru v. on aunoav adh is. wni e n res - dence at Hospice of Palm Beach County. He was born October 12, 1940 in Portsmouth. New Hampshire. Roger was pre-deceased by his wife. Sandi, of Juno Beach; parents: Ken and Frances Tucker of Ledyard, Ct., and in-laws: Bill andjlelen uuiaa, oi nucKiaii, w. Roaer is survived bv his son. Jason; dauqh ter-in-law, Jodi Tucker; and 2 beautiful and smart grandchildren: Kayla & Kylie, all of Lake Worth. Florida. Roger is also survived by his brother. Ken ibniney) lucker, barDara Miner. Norman (Anne) Tucker, Thomas (Valerie) Tucker. Frances Rogers. Linda (John) Grocki of Connecticut, and tins onuD (jeaneite) i ucker ot New Hampshire Roger is also survived by numerous aunts. uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins-in-laws, and tnends too numerous to count. Roger was an employee of Florida Power and Light Company lor 30 years. He was ateo a member of the Armed Forces, and was a veteran of The United States Navy. Roger has also been an active participant ot w. v aui ot tne iross onurcn in North Palm Beach, for over 16 years. He was heavily involved in the Youth ana Confirmation program, and was an usher at the 10.45 Sunday mass. He loved traveling, eating out, attending his granddaughter Kayia's soccer games, and had a passion lor Tina Turner concerts. He was also an avid Miami Dolphins tan, and proud season ncKet noioer. A celebration ot the mass will be held on Sat urday April 24. 2004 at 9:00 AM at St Paul of the Cross Catholic Church, 10970 State Rd. A1A. North Palm Beach. In lieu of flowers, we request mat contrioutions De maae to tne bt. Paul ot tne Cross Van Ministry, the St. Paul of the Cross Youth Group, or Hospice ot Palm Beach County. To express condolences and make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobituaries ERNEST "Ernie" WARD Ernie's Place 68, passed into Life Eternal on April 16, 2004 at the Manors Nursina Home of Hobe Sound. He is survived by his wife. Constance I. Ward; children: Brenda. Jamie, Lu Ann. and Cheryl; stepchildren: Edward Colditz (Francia). Karen Reymann (Ron). Jeff and Frank; grandchildren Sean and Blair Colditz. Robert and Amelia Reymann and Louranda; brother. Frank (Dorothy); brother-in-law. Arthur Crouse and sister-in-law, Delores Crouse; and nine nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends on April 23. 2004 at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church. 13301 Ellison Wilson Road. Juno Beach, Florida; refreshments: 5 PM: memonal service: 6 PM. In lieu ol flowers, donations may be made to Holy Spirit Lutheran Church Building Fund. To eipress condolences and make donstions Visit PalmBeachPost.comobituaries OBITUARIES ONLINE. Search for death notices by name, date, city or funeral home. PaImBeachPost.com Click on Obituaries Brown, ShaMya Whyyan, 5, of Belle Glade, died Sunday. Camel Funeral Home, Belle Glade. Funeral Saturday. Burden, Murray, 84, of Delray Beach, died Wednesday. Sinai Memorial Chapels, Inc., Delray Beach. Calder, Harry Alexander, 102, of Riviera Beach, died Monday. Taylor & Modeen Funeral Home, Jupiter. Cohen, Sylvia, 80, of Boynton Beach, died Wednesday. Weiss Memorial Chapel, Boynton Beach. Epstein, Paula, 85, of West Palm Beach, died Thursday. Menorah Gardens & Funeral Chapel, West Palm Beach. Funeral today. Gordon, Roger, of West Palm Beach, died April 15. Coleman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Tuesday. Gusky, Ferda 0., 99, of Palm Beach Gardens, died FUNEHAl IVY M. CHIN SUE Age 82, of Riviera Beach, FL, passed away April 20, 2004 She is survived by her children: Maureen (Carl) Lyew Fonri Marlene Chin Sue, Anthony (Kathleen) Chin Sue, Richard (June) Chin Sue. Jennifer Tai, Paulette (Errel) Shim, Stephen (Patricia) Chin Sue. and Ronald (Maria) Chin Sue; fifteen grandchildren; five greatgrandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild also survive her. Visitation will be at Thomas L. Price Funeral Home on Saturday, April 24, 2004 from 1 1 AM -12 PM with funeral services beginning at 12 PM. Interment will follow at Royal Palm Cemetery. Thomas L. Price Funeral Home 553 Northlake Boulevard North Palm Beach, FL 33408 (561)842-1555 To express condolences and make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobituarles Dr. CHANCELLOR I. HANNON Ph.D. Age 78, of Haines City, FL, died April 21, 2004. He was a Plant Pathologist and Nematologist at University of Florida Citrus Research Center. Lake Alfred and later he was self-employed Citrus Consultant. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corps from 1943-1946. He is survived by his wife, Norma Hannon; son, Christopher Hannon; daughters: Mary Mimi" Bamberger. Kathleen "Kaly" Young and Margaret "Molly Hannon; sister, Barbara Brown; and two grandchildren. Visitation time will be Friday, April 23, 2004 ; from 5 - 7 PM at Oak Ridge Funeral Care, Haines City. FL. Services will be nekf Saturday. April 24, 2004 9:30 AM at St. Ann Catholic Church. 1232 Robinson Drive, Haines City. FL. Condolences may be sent to www.oakridgetuneralcare.com . To sxpress condolences and make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobituaries GRACE R. HATCHER , Passed away Saturday, April 17, 2004. Funeral will be 1 1 AM Monday, April 26. 2004 at Church of God, 18051 Limestone Creek Rd., Jupiter, where a viewing will take place from 10 AM until time of service. To express condolences and make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobituarles MARTHA A. KOHUT July 11, 1923 to April 6, 2004 Martha, of 186 Bent Arrow Drive, Jupiter, Florida was born to Charles E. and Ruth N. Coleman in Struthers. Ohio. Martha and husband William were owners of the Rex Tavern in Youngstown. Ohio for more than 50 years. Survivors include husband, William Kohut: daughter, Beverly S. Wardrop and husband Gerald T. Wardrop, Sr.; grandchildren: Kimberly Ruth Souza and husband Edward, Gerald T. Wardrop. Jr. and wife Debra. and Jodi Lynn Wolfe and hus-' band Bill. She is also survived by lour greatgrandchildren: Cory Wardrop, Jessica Wardrop, Ryan Souza and Alexis Souza. Martha has three surviving brothers and one sister: William and Norman Coleman and Eva Mae Mack of Boardman, Ohio, and Chester Coleman ot Jupiter. Florida Martha is predeceased by brothers: Hovey and Charles Coleman. While her family suffers with grief, they recognize she is at peace after a five-year struggle with her illness. Although she will be missed, ner family and fnends choose to remember all the good times spent with her tamity. the love and caring she had for three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren and the vacations, birthdays and holidays celebrated together. A graveside service will be held on Wednesday. May 12 at 1:00 PM at Riverside Memorial Park in Tequesta where she will be interred. The family requests that all donations be made to Jupiter Medical Center, Cancer Department. To express condolences and make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobituaries RENE LACASSE Age 70. of Palm Beach Gardens, passed away Tuesday April 20, 2004. He was a beloved husband, father, and founder of Micro Tool Engineering. Inc. Rene is survived by his wife of 47 years. Francoise; his sons: Mario and wife Eileen, and Pierre and wife Jennet: his daughter, Dinah and fiance Kenneth Schneider. Jr.; and his grandchildren: Taya and Zachary. Two brothers, one sister, two brothers-in-law. six sisters-m-law. and numerous nieces and nephews who reside in Canada wHI sorely miss hm. Visitation will be Friday. April 23 from 5 - 8 PM at Thomas L. Price Funeral Home with scripture services at 7 30 PM A mass of the resurrection will be Saturday. April 24. 10 AM at St. Ignatius Loyola Cathedral with interment to follow at Royal Palm Memonal Park. Thomas L. Price Funeral Home 553 Northlake Boulevard North Palm Beach. FL 33408 1561)842-1555 To express condolences snd make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobituariet 5 2 by by at to Wednesday. Levitt-Weinstein Memorial Chapel, West Pabn Beach. Funeral in Washington, D. C. Hatcher, Grace, of Riviera Beach, died Saturday. Coleman Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Funeral Monday. Heininger, Barbara, 81, of Boca Raton, died lliursday. Neptune Society, Fort Lauderdale. Holkko, Irja, 51, of Lake Worth, died Thursday. Del Lago Funeral Home, Lake Worth. Funeral Saturday. Horton, Elizabeth "BJ," 71, of Jupiter, died Tuesday. Taylor & Modeen Funeral Home, Jupiter. Visitation today; funeral Mass Saturday. Jackson, Gloria, of Riviera Beach, died Sunday. Coleman Funeral Hpme, West Palm Beach. Funeral today. Krull, Jack, of Boca Raton, died Thursday. Gutterman- NOTICES PRINCE ALBERT LEWIS I Age 64. passed away Monday, April 19. 2004 at his home He leaves three loving children: Wendolyn. Prince II. and Corey. He also leaves a former wife. Dorthenia A. Lewis, tour grandchildren; one sister; seven brothers; and a host of other relatives, church family, and Iriends. Funeral Services will be held Saturday, April 24. 2004 at 12 Noon al the Blue Heron Church of God. Riviera Beach, Bishop Darrell V Hepburn, pastor. Viewing will be held April 23 from 5 - 7 PM at Stevens Brothers Funeral Home, WPB. To express condolences snd make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobituaries DONALD A. MAYER Age 79, of Lake Worth passed away Thursday, April 22. 2004. Donald was a veteran of W W. 2, serving in the U.S. Navy, member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Lake Worth, member of VFW Post 3588 and Vogel-Lee Post 47. American Legion both ot Lake Worth, past chairman of the Lake Worth Civil Service Board, and a member of the Letter Carriers Association. Donald is survived by daughter, Eileen (Larry) Mayer-Siehl ot Greenacres; son, William 0. (Angela) Mayer of Greenacres; grandson, Justin Mayer; and cousins, Connie Boyd, Michael SpruiH, and Karen Ann Spruill. A memorial gathering will be held at the TILLMAN FUNERAL HOME. 2170 South Military Trail, West Palm Beach on Sunday. April 25, 2004 from 6 - 8 PM. A memorial mass will be eel- . ebraled at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Lake Worth on Monday, April 26, 2004 at 10 AM with Reverend Peter van Nguyen, celebrant. TILLMAN FUNERAL HOME FAMILY OWNED 4 OPERATED WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA To express condolences and make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobituaries MARYELLEN PEDERSEN MaryEllen Pedersen, age 39, of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida passed away at home on Thursday.- April 15, 2004. She was born and raised in New Haven, Connecticut, daughter of Joseph and Louise Jarmie McAvoy. MaryEllen resided in Jupiter, Florida for twelve years before moving to Palm Beach Gardens where she was the owner and operator of "To The Penny", a computerized bookkeeping service. MaryEllen was a tun-loving individual who was full of life; she was outgoing and loved people. She enjoyed horseback riding, hiking and Whitewater rafting. Her presence will be greatly missed, by all those who knew her. MaryEllen is survived by her husband, William R. Pedersen; daughter, Chantel Walters of Mountain Home, Idaho; granddaughter. Trinity; her father, Joseph H. McAvoy of New Haven Connecticut; her mother, Louise Balducci of Flagler Beach. Florida: three sisters: Debbie Datillo and Linda Johnston ol Flower Mound, Texas and Sharon Rutherford of Lake City, Florida; one brother, Sean Balducci of Green Cove Springs. Florida; and nieces and nephews. The family will receive relatives and friends to 7 P.M., Friday, April 23 at Howard Funeral Home, 754 U.S. Highway One, North Palm Beach where a funeral service will be at 7 P.M. Friday with Reverend Father William D. O'Shea. Pastor ot Saint Clare Catholic Church, officiating. Those planning an expression of sympathy, in lieu of flowers, are asked to consider contributions in memory ot MaryEllen Pedersen to the Motility Patient Research Fund, co Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. 1627-A Thames Street, Baltimore. Maryland 21231. To express condolences and make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobituaries JAMES D. PIERCE, Jr. "Streamline" 71, of Riviera Beach, Fla., passed April 16, 2004. He is survived by a devoted, loving cousin, Mrs Emma "Molt" Davis; a loving aunt, Mrs. Mary Pierce; and a host of other cousins, relatives, and friends. Funeral Services are Saturday, April 24, 30 PM at STEVENS BROTHERS FUNERAL HOME, 1803 N. Tamarind Ave.. WPB. Friends may caH TODAY 4 - 8 PM at the funeral home. To express condolences and make donations Visit PalmBeachPost.comobituaries HARRY M. PINES 90. a native of New York He had Irved in West Palm Beach lor 28 years. Harry was predeceased loving wile, Florence, and is survived by his children: son. Howard, and daughter, Carole Prosnitz; also leaving behind seven grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Services will be held Sunday. April 25. 2004 Rrverside-Gordon Memorial Chapel graveside Eternal Light Cemetery 12 15 PM in Boynton Beach Donations m Harry's name may be made Hospice of Palm Beach County. Riverside Gordon Memorial Chapel 4714 Okeechobee BoulevarrJ West Palm Beach FL 33417 (561)683-8676 To express condolences snd make donations Visit PaimBeachPost.comobituaries NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Chapters 163 and 166, Florida Statutes, Chapter 9J-5, Florida Administrative Code, and the Town Land Development Code that the Town Commission or the Town or Ocean Ridge, Florida, will hold a PUBLIC HEARING on the adoption of Ordinance No. 544 regarding proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendments. All interested citizens are advised that they may be heard at the public hearina in reaards to the Drooosed ComDrehensive Plan Amendments: ORDINANCE NO. 544 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF OCEAN RIDGE, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE TOWN OF OCEAN RIDGE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO REVISE THE RECREATION AND OPEN SPACE AND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ELEMENTS TO REFLECT RECENT CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS, AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. The hearina will be held on the 3rd day of May. 2004. at 6:30 D.m.. or as soon thereafter as Dossible. in the Ocean Ridge Town Hall, 6450 North Ocean Boulevard, Ocean Ridqe, Florida. Any and all interested parties may attend andcomment. Copies of all documents pertaining to the proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendments and the Ordinance are available at the Town Hall and may be inspected weekdays during the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 3:00 D.m.Should any interested oartv seek to aDDeal anv decision made by the Town any matter considered at such person will need to ensure that proceeding is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which an appeal is to be heard. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Ad (ADA), persons in need of special accommodation to DarticiDate in this Droceedina shall, within three workinn days prior to any proceeding, contact the Town Clerk at 6450 North Ocean Boulevard, Ocean Ridqe, Florida jJ4oo, phone: po l J UBUSH: April 23, 2004

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