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NEWS-PRESS. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER. 23. 1990 5C DEATHS Information in the Deaths column is printed free ol charge. To place a listing call 335-0324. Lee County AM ES. MAEL.C1. of Cnne fnral graveside service Tuesday. Phelps Funeral Home of Cane Tnrai in charge of arrangements. BEALS, JESSE G 87. of Fnrt Myers, services Mondav. Fort Mvpi- Memorial Gardens Funeral Hnmo in charge of arrangements. CARLSEN, ROY W, 51, of Fort DEATHS. FUNERALS Lee County MAE L. AMES Mae L. Ames. 64. of Can Tnr.i passed away Fri., Sept. 21, 1990 at her residence. Mrs. Ames has made her horns in Fort Myers and Cape Coral area for the past 27 years. sne is survived bv her mother Kathryn Hartman; five dxnnhtarc Kathi Royal, Sandy Royal, both of Cape Coral, Linda Wood, Fort Myers, jeriie wuouwin, norm i-ort Wyers, Judy Holt, South Fort Mvers: one ion Wayne Ames, NX.; a sister, June Trilk of Michigan; a brother. Bill Hartman of Fort Myers; also 15nrnrt. children. Graveside services will he hiH Tuesday, Sept 25, 1990 at Fort Myers City Cemeteryat 10:00a.m. Arrangements bv the Phelns Fnno. ral Homeof CapeCoral. JESSE G. BEALS Jesse G. Beats, 67, died at his home Saturday, Sept. 22, 1990. He came here in 1979 from Shelby vide, Ind. Mr. Beals is survived by his wife, Hilda; four sons, Richard Beals. John. Lewis, and Daniel Monroe; three daughters, Jessie Beals, Sharon Monroe, and Lynn Sails; one brother, Charles; two sisters, Dorothy Donnar, and Bessie Hungerford. He was predeceased by two sisters. i-uneral services wi be Mondav xt 2:00 p.m. in the Funeral Home Chapel at Fort Myers Memorial Gardens with Rev. Leonard Anderson of the Briar-cliff BaptistChurchofficiating. Friends will be received two hours prior to the service at the Funeral Home. Burial will bein Indiana. t-ort Myers Memoria Gardens Fu neral Home in charge of arrangements. RUTH SELMA CASSADA Ruth Selma Cassada, 74, of Fort Mv ers, passed away Sept. 21, 1990. :ne was porn in ichenectadv. N.Y.. and moved to Fort Myers in 1983 from Conn. She was a member of the Congregational United Church of Christ of Fort Myers. sne is survived bv her husband. Donald T. Cassada, of Fort Myers. They were married May 26. 1937. She wasa loving mother of three children: Patricia Afdrich, of Vernon, Conn., iiurman ta5baaa, tntieia, Conn , Richard Cassada, Rocky Hill, Conn., and grandchildren. Memorial Contributions may be made to American Diabetes Foundation. DR. NATHAN LIONEL HAMELFARB Dr. Nathan Lionel Hamelfarb, 77, died Saturday, Sept. 22, 1990, at home. Born in New Bruswick, N. J., he had practiced podiatric medicine there for over 50 years. He retired to Fort Myers in 1985. A talented painter for 30 years, he had several exhibits both here and in N.J. Dr. Hamelfarb was a graduate of Rutgers University and the Ohio College ot Podiatric Medicine. A life member of the American Podiatric o Know vmt i us f Yoi how a Miracle-Ear Hearing System might actually help change your life. See if one or more of the following applies to you: I have difficulty hearing in noisy situations. 1 hear people speak but have difficulty understanding tne words. I have difficulty understanding on the phone. I have to turn up the radio or television to where it's uncomfortably loud for others. I haven't had my hearing tested in more a vear. If you said "yes" to any of the above, it's time to get your hearing tested at an authorized Miracle-Ear Center. Call Today! You'll find authentic Miracle-Ear hearing systems only at: EDISON MALL MAIN ENTRANCE 936-4656 1-800-330-2510 368 Miracle-Ear Centers Myers Beach, private arrangements by Harvey-Engelhardt Funeral Home. Beach Chapel. CASSADA, RUTH SELMA, 74, of Fort Myers, arrangements by National Cremation Society. FURLONG, JANET, 92, of Fort Myers, formerly of San Diego, memorial service will be held in November. Medical Association, he had served on many committees in N.J. Survivors include his wife, Natalie; daughter, Billie Munoz and son-in-law Luis Munoz, of Columbia, Maryland; son, Michael of Fort Myers; two granddaughters, Aja Cage and Maya Munoi; and a sister, Rena Hamelfarb of New York. Please omit flowers. There will be nocalling hours. RAYMOND E.HARLAND Raymond E. Harland, 83, of East Fort Myers, died Sept. 21, 1990 at his residence. Born in Chicago, III., he moved to this area in 1978 from Chicago where he was a furniture buyer for Wie-boldt's Department Store. He was a WWII Army veteran, an avid golfer, and card player, past President of the River Forest Country Club in III., and a member of the Fort Myers Elks and Moose Lodge. He is survived by his wife, Alyce R. Harland, Fort Myers; a daughter, Barbara R. Gross and her husband William of Dallas, Tex.; one grandson, David Robinson also of Dallas. Graveside services will be conducted on Monday at 2:30 p.m. in the Chapel of Light, Fort Myers Memorial Gardens. Fort Myers Memorial Gardens Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. MANUEL MELLO Manuel Meilo, 64 of North Fort Myers, died Friday, Sept. 21, 1990. Moving from Fall River, Mass., he has resided here for the past 21 years. He was a member of St. Francis Xa-vier Catholic Church, Dep. Grand Knight of All Saints Council 8440 K. of C, member of Fr. James J. O'Rior-dan Assembly 0158 Fourth Degree K. of C, Lodge 2306 L.O.O.M. of North Fort Myers, an usher and worker for the Services for the Elderly of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church. Surviving besides his wife, Jennie Mello of North Fort Myers, are three daughters and sons-in-law, Eugenia (Robert) Viana of Assonet, Mass., Mary (Jaime) Diogo of North Fort Myers, Teresa (Jerry) Cantrell of North Fort Myers; five sisters, Mary Clark of Newport, R.I., Emily Lacer-da of Portsmouth, R.I., Dorothy Rego of Middletown, R.I., Filomena Deloto of Newport, R.I., Agnes Marques of Middletown, R.I.; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Christian funeral mass will be held Tuesday 10 a.m. from St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, with Father Thomas M. Anglim, Pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Lee Memorial Park. Scripture prayer service will be held Monday 7 p.m. from the Chapel of the Phil Kiser Funeral Home, Inc., 9231 Cypress Lake Drive. Fraternal the Last About QI FORT MYERS CAPE CORAL ftf' yV. 936-2131 458-1311 , earing Loss! People who have a hearing loss are often the last to know. That's because it happens so gradually, it often passes unnoticed. But it can make your life difficult. Don't take any chances call your Miracle-Ear Center today to schedule a free, no-obligation hearing test. And find out This is all you wear! No. Ft. Myers Next To Publix G5G-1116 Lehigh Acres Victoria Station So. Ft. Myers Parkway Square 481-9494 Naples Moorings Plaza 261-7116 - 1444 Olhor Ollices In Charlotte Harbor, Miami and Florida Keys 1990 Uahlbeig. inc. HAMELFARB, NATHAN L.t D.P.M, 78, of Fort Myers, private arrangements with Direct Cremation Society. MCADAMS, HENRY HAROLD, 75, of Fort Myers and Highland, N.C., no services planned, Bryant Funeral Home in Highlands, N.C., in charge of arrangements. MICH ALSKJ, ANNA, 86, of North Fort Myers, funeral service and buri- Information in the Deaths and Funerals column is paid advertising. To place an obituary call 335-0324. services will be held Sunday 3 p.m conducted by Lodge 2306 L.O.O.M at the funeral home. Friends may call Sunday from 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. and Monday from 6-8 p.m. at the Phil K iser Funeral Home, Inc. DR. MARINO F. VIDOLI Dr. Marino F. Vidoli, 91, of Cape Coral, died Saturday at Cape Coral Hospital. Born July 22, 1899, in Lussi-no, Italy, he was a 15-year resident of Cape Coral, coming from Toledo, Ohio. He was a member of St. Andrew CatholicChurch. Dr. Vidoli was a graduate of University of Rome Medical School, was a professor of medicine at Harvard University and Tufts University and practiced medicine for 56 years until retiring in 1975. He was an Emeritus Fellow of American College of Pathologists; a member of the Massachusetts and Ohio Medical Societies, and a member of the American Medical Association. Dr. Vidoli was an Olympic Medal winner, and served in both the First World War and Second World War. Surviving are two sons, John F. Vidoli of Detroit, Mich., Joseph G.M Vidoli, of Cape Coral; 11 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; also two sisters, Marina J. Baker of Toledo, Ohio, and Carmen Cosulich, of Trieste, Italy. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ona Barry Vidoli. A private Funeral Mass will be celebrated Monday at St. Andrew Catholic Church with Interment to follow at Coral RidgeCemetery. The family welcomes friends to visit with them between 2 and 8 p.m. Monday at the home of Joseph G.M. Vidoli, 5357 Bay Shore Ave., in Cape Coral. The family request no flowers or tributes. Stuckert-McFarland-Schmidt Funeral Home in Cape Coral is in charge of all arrangements. Collier County HERBERT J. NOLTON Herbert J. Nolton died at the home Dr. Dale Bax and Staff Proudly announces the relocation of our dental office to 12350 New Brittany Blvd. (Linden Place behind Sun Bank on College Pkwy.) Effective immediately. With praise and thanks to our super contractors, Joe Tassillo Sr. and Jr. (Future Homes) for a job "well done." Mbmp al in Niles, II!., arrangements by Stuckert-McFarland-Schmidt Funeral Home. RUCK, HELEN J 85, of Cape Coral, visitation today, interment in Long Island, N.Y., arrangements by Stuckert-McFarland-Schmidt Funeral Home. SAMUELS, GRADY H, 66, of Fort Myers, arrangements pending with Lee Memorial Park Funeral of his sons and daughter-in-law, Jim and Judy Nolton of Marco Island, Fla., on Sept. 21, 1990, at age 79. He was a former resident of Fort Myers and Anderson, Indiana. Mr. Nolton retired October 1, 1971 from Indiana Bell Telephone Company, Anderson, Indiana after 42 years of service. He was a founding member and past president of C.W.A. Local C5704, Anderson, Ind.; a member of Telephone Pioneers of America, Hoosier State Chapter, Indianapolis, Ind., and a member of the Mt. Moriah Masonic Lodge 77, F. & A.M. for 47 years. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Gweneth Nolton of Naples; one sister, Ressie Montague of St. Petersburg, Fla.; two brothers, James Lee Nolton of Fort Myers, Fla., and Carl E. Nolton of Anderson, Ind.; one son, James Wesley Nolton of Marco Island, Fla.; one daughter, Nadean May Hensley of Anderson, Ind.; six grandchildren, Brian Hensley, Cathy Cul-len, Karen Novak, Lisa Wright, Matthew Nolton and Tracy Nolton and eight great-grandchildren. A Masonic Funeral Service will be had at Anderson Memorial Park, Anderson, Ind., in Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 11:30 a.m. Friends may call on Monday from 7-9 p.m. at the Robert Loose Funeral Home in Anderson, Ind. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Naples, 8506th Ave N., Naples, Fla., 33940 or to Shriner Childrens Hospital, 2900 Rodney Park Dr., Tampa, Fla., 33607. The Earl G. Hodges Funeral Chapel is In charge of arrangements. KATHERINE (WALLER) ROSENG Katherine (Waller) Roseng, 62, of 16107th Ave., died Saturday morning. She moved to Immokalee in July, 1959, from Dothan, Ala. Mrs. Roseng owned and operated Waller's Beauty Shopfor 18 years. Sheissurvived by her husband, Jac-que Roseng, Immokalee; three daughters, Teresa Leach of Naples, Sullie Waller Rice of Immokalee, and Leah R. Doninger of Fort Myers; one step-son, James Waller, III; one stepdaughter, Gloria Cursi; two brothers, UUU(EiU(Etl(Bir(IDE Wednesday, September 26th, 2-4pm Ca pe Cora I Hospi ta I LIFE Cen ter Do you know what your cholesterol numbers are and exactly what those numbers mean? Do you know your personal risk factors for heart disease and what you can do to lower those risks? This program is prcscn ted as part of Cape Coral Hospital's Cholesterol Awareness Program toanswer these and many other questions concerning the relationship between cholesterol & heart disease. Since there is a limited amount of seating, reservations are required, for reserva tions or more in forma lion call 574-0244. Cape Coral Hospital Your family healthcare resource Home. VIDOLI, DR. MARINO F, 91, of Cape Coral, private services, Stuckert-McFarland-Schmidt Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Collier County O'ROL'RKE, CICELIA, 79, of Naples, services and burial in Bloo-mington. 111., arrangements by Earl G. Hodges Funeral Chapel. one sister, and four grandchildren Funeral services will be Tuesday, at 11:00 a.m. at the First Baptist Church, Immokalee. Interment will follow in the Baptist Cemetery. Friends may call at Brister Funeral Home, 221 N. Third Street, Monday niqht7-9D.m. INMEMORIAM SEPTEMBER 23, 1989 In sad but loving memory of my husband, Willie D. Roberts, who departed this life one year ago today. One year ago God came and took you home with him. We know you are happy with him, but many times we visit your grave and it hurts so bad to walk away and leave you there, but one day we will all meet somewhere around God's throne. There will be no more good-byes. Willie D. we miss and love you. Sadly missed by, wife, Susie Roberts daughters, sons and grandchildren. ATTENTION: Juniors and Seniors SAT Coaching Pays Off Learn the skills you need to successfully challenge the SATACT Verbal & Math Review Vocabulary Drills & Skills Test Taking Tips & Techniques COEDUCATIONAL PURSUITS YM LEARNING CENTER 936-3456 12581 N. Brittany Blvd. Ft. Myers, FL 33907 Planning for your future at this time of your life is especially critical. Will your savings generate enough income for you to live on in the years ahead? Can your income keep pace with inflation? Will the tax bite consume too much of your hard-earned money? At this free seminar you'll learn about: Protecting Assets Maximizing Current Resources Tax Free Income Date: Thursday, September 27 Time: 9:00 a.m. Place: Olive Garden Restaurant, 12870 S. Cleveland Ave. Speaker: Richard Berlick, Associate Vice President, Investments Continental breakfast will be served. Admission is free, but seats are limited. Phone now to make your reservation. Toll A n f Udll inn clt (813)433-2329 WO llraii Wilier R. vnulils Im Member SIK V FLORIDA BRIEFS From News-Press wire services New lottery game TALLAHASSEE The Florida Lottery will introduce a new instant scratch-off game Monday, lottery secretary Rebecca Paul said Saturday. "Magic Money" offers an instant cash prize of $10,000 and more than $21 million in cash prizes overall. Magic Money tickets are light blue and silver, and odds of winning are one in 3.45 chances, officials said. Ex-wife faces jail TAMPA A woman accused of stealing $2 million from her husband and fleeing to Costa Rica with their two children has been convicted of 20 charges, including grand theft and forgery. Melvine Matthews Aprile, 40, faces up to five years in prison under state guidelines at sentencing Oct. 26. The state had filed 27 charges against the ex-wife of Jimmy Aprile. A six-member jury acquitted her of seven counts Thursday night after deliberating more than three hours. Prosecutors said Aprile sold her husband's real estate and altered deeds, mortgages and forged checks for three years after her husband suffered two heart attacks that kept him from overseeing h is af fa irs. Fixed Income Investments Estate Planning Gift and Estate Taxes A member of the 7 Sears Financial Network 19, DEAN WITTER Consumer Markets (ESmS

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