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Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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Monday, March 30, 1981
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43 h Fort Lauderdale News, Monday, March 30, 1981 Soviet writer UiilH Preas Uteraatioaal MOSCOW Yuri V. Trifonov, a writer who showed the dreary realities and moral dilemmas of Soviet life, died over the weekend. He was 55. Friends said he collapsed a few days after undergoing a kidney operation and died Saturday In the hospital. Deaths BACHMANN ; Anne M. Bach mi rm. Sill NE lWi Avenue Fort . Lauderdale, passed away Firday. She was a resident , SO years (ram Buffalo, NY., She was a retired District Office Manager for Niagra Mohawk Power ' Corp;. She it survived by her Husband; Aloysiia A. of i Fort Lauderdale, Son; Richard Bachmaiffi, Oakland I Park; Sisters; Eileen Stewart, and Marguerite Healey both of Buffalo; Grandson; Daniel Patrick. Mass of Christian Burial will be Saturday April 4th 10: JO a.m. at St Anthony Catholic Church 901 NE 3rd ! Street. Arrangements bv FAIRCHILD NORTH FEDERAL FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY . . Ill lieu of flowers, the family would prefer Masses ; be arranged for in Mrs. Bachmann'a memory. BENTLEY Carl V. Benlley. 75. of 1509. NE 5th Court Fort Lauderdale, passed away Saturday. He was a resident 10 years Bufflow NY. Were be was an electrical, for SO years. Member of Yates, Masonic lodge: (75 of Lyndoaville. NY., Member of International brotherhood of electrical workers local 41. He is survived by his Arline of Fort Lauderdale, Son Geroge C. Benlley, of West Chester PA.; Brothers, Welbert Bentley of NY, Charles Bentley of Ariiona 1 grandchildren. Arrangements by FAIR CHILD "NORTH FEDERAL FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY BUHRING Harold W. Buhring. 77, of Tamarac, Florida passed away Friday. March 7.7. 1981. He was a resident of . Hammond, Ind. at the time of his retirement from the Chicage Tribune, Circulation Department ill 1969. He Is survived by his wife, Florence, two brothers, two sisters; nephews and nieces, 1 jneral . services wUI be held at CLARENCE 1. RUBER FUNERAL HOME in Hammond Ind., with Interment at EUwood Cemetery. The family requests that any memorials be made to the All Saints ; . Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, 77SO N. University Drive., Tamarac, Fl. 881 DACKERMAN - Harry Dackermao, S3 of Tamarac died Firday. Local arrangemets by R. JAY KRAEER " MARGATE FUNERAL HOME. . DOUGLASS N LeRoy R. Douglass, 59. of Margate died Saturday. Mr Douglass came to Margate 11 years ago from Mentor. OH. He is survived by his wife; Minnie, son, - Raymond of Columbus, OH. daughter; Laura Perkins, of Amhurst OH.: mother. Mrs Clara Douglass , Mentor, OH. brothers. Bernard Douglass of Mon-tor.OH.; Dale Douglass of Scotia. NY. I grand-' children Funeral Services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at R. JAY KRAEER MARGATE FUNERAL HOME ' . 1 North Slate Road 7 Margate. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p m. Monday at the funeral home. EARL Charles B Earl, 11, of Fort White. FL. passed way on Friday, March 27. 1981 at his residence. Mr. Earl had been a 29 year resident of Fort Lauderdale, formerly of Terre Haute. IN He is survived by his daughters. Vicki Bunch and Betty Jean Strom, both of NC. Kathy Thacker of TN. Charlene Funado of TX : brother. Paul T Kastleman of Fort Lauderdale i and sis grandchildren Friends may call from 7 to 9 p m Tuesday at the funeral borne. Funeral services will be conducted on Wednesday at 1 p m in the funeral home chapel with Dr John 0. Tans, official-" ing Interment will follow at Lauderdale Memorial . Gardens. Services under the direction of JENNINGS FUNERAL HOME 2211 Davie Boulevard. Fort Lauderdale, 581-7S11. ELDALY Orpha King Eudaly. 84. of S37 NE 2nd Avenue. Fort Lauderdale, passed away Sunday at her residence. She came to Fort Lauderdale 20 years ago from i Sheridan. IN. She was a retired bookkeeper, member of the Christian Chapel Church of Clinton County, IN : the Fort Lauderdale Womans Club, the Broward General Medical Center Womans Auiiliary; courtesy member of Scottish Rite Bodies of Indianapolis. IN.: wife of the late R. A. Eudaly and was predeceased by her three sisters. She is survived by 11 nieces and nephews of IN . OH . IL. and GA : Graveside services will be 4 p m ; Tuesday at ,: ! Lauderdale Memorial Park. 2001 SW 4th Avenue, with Dr. David Haun. of the First Christian Church, officiating The family requests, in lieu of flowers, donations to Hospice! Inc. 1485 NW. JOlh Street, Lauderdale Lakes. 333:1. Arrangements by FAIR-CHILD NORTH FEDERAL FUNERAL HOME FETHERSTONAUGH Audrey V. Fetherstonaugh. 83, of 930 NE "Ird Place. Pompano Beach, passed away Sunday Arrangements by MASON FUNERAL HOME Tamarac. FRANE Laura J Frane. 49. of 2910 NE 49th Street Fort Lauderdale, died Saturday Friends may call from 7 to 9 pm Monday at the R. JAY KRAEER DEER-FIELD BEACH FUNERAL HOME 427-5544. FOX Edward J Tot, 77, of 3333 NE 34 Street Fort Lauderdale died on Saturday. A 13 year resident From Pittsburgh. Pa.; Mr. Fox is survived by his wife Mary: Son. Edward J Jr. of MrAlester OK Daughter. Mrs Marilyn Gwin. of Twin3burg. Oh.; in 6 grandchildren. A Memorial Mass will be announced at a later date Arrangements by BAIRD-CASE NORTH FEDERAL FUNERAL HOME GALLAND Margaret A Galland. died Saturday Arrangements by R. JAY KRAEER POMPANO BEACH FUNERAL HOME 200 North Federal Highway 941-4111. GRIFFIN Lawrence Patrick (Pat) Griffin, Jr.. 18. of Sunrise, passed away Sunday at a local hospital. A lifetime reaident of the City of Sunrise. Pat graduated from Piper High School, class of 1980, where he was very active with the football and baseball teams He attended Broward Community College, where be also was active in sports. He coached baseball In the City of Sunrise and was a member of the Folino Realty American Legion Baseball Team. He is survived by his parents Lawrence Patrick and Gerry of Sunrise, maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Corson of Fort Lauderdale; paternal grandmother. Mrs. Bernice Griffin of Hollywood; a brother, Chris of Sunrise: three sisters, Jennifer, Dawn Denise. and Susan, all of Sunrise. The family will receive friends Tuesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p m. at the funeral home. Funeral services will be Wednesday at 11:30 a m at the funeral home. Interment ' will be at the Lauderdale Memorial Park. Arrangements by T. M, RALPH PLANTATION FUNERAL HOME 7001 NW 4th Street. HAYDEN Charles M Hayden. of Dwrfield Beach died Saturday Funeral arramgements or pending with the R JAY KRAEER DEERFIELD BEACH FUNERAL HOME. 427-5544. HORNBOGEN Sara E. Hornbngen. 80. of Margate, died Saturday Mrs. Hornbogen came to Margate t years ago from Pittsburgh. She la survived by sisters; Mrs Margarate Llsotto. of Margate, Mrs. Lucy Cramer, Pittsburgh; brother George Matchett, Tucson AZ. Funeral Service will be 3 p m Tuesday at the R. Jay KRAEER MARGATE Fl'NKRAL HOME I North State Road 7 Margate With Rev Edward Peachey . of the Calvary Presbyterian Church of Coconut Creek sweating Friends my call from J to 9 pm. Monday at the Funeral Home. JACQUES Albert E. Jacques. 94, of Fort Lauderdale, passed away Sunday at Holy Cross Hospital A resident here 29 years from Ohio, he was a member of the Second Presbyterian Church of Fort Lauderdale, a 60 year member of Windermere Masonic Lodge Number 627 of Shaker Heights, OH ; "To Ring Number ISO International Brotherhood of Magicians"; and the Society of American Magicians Number 49 of Fort ' Lauderdale. He Is survived by his wife, Frances; son, Edward O. Jacques of Palm Beach Gardens; daugh-. , ter, Mrs. Dorothy Battel and brother Godfrey Jar-. ques, both of Fort Uuderale; four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren Services will bt I p m. Wednesday at FAIRCHILD OAKLAND PARK ' CHAPEL 1801 East Oakland Park Boulevard, with Rev. Jerry E Flanlgan of the Second Presbyterian . Church, officiating Entombment in Lauderdale Memorial Gardens Mausoleum. Friends may pay their ' ' respects I to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. LEWIS ' Eddie Lewis. Sr. Of 738 NW 1 1th Avenue, Fort ' ' Lauderdale, FL, passed away March 27th. He Is ' survived by his wife, Eva Mae Lewis: seven sons and . seven daughters and many other relatives. Funeral service! will be Wednesday at 1 1 am. from Plney ' Grove First Baptist Church, with Rev, Samuel Collier, officiating Friends may call Tuesday from 4 until 9pm Interment will be In Sunset Memorial Gardens. BENTON FUNERAL HOME In charge of arrangements. Yuri V. Trifonov dies Trifonov, the son of a Communist Party member who was executed during the Stalin purges in 1938, , is best known for a semi-autobiographical short story, The House on the Embankment. Trifonov is survived by his wife and 2-year-old son. KEARNEY William Joseph Kearney. 54. of 1434 SW 44 tk Terrace Fort Lauderdale, passed away Sunday, March i9th in I local hospital. Mr. Kearney had been a 27 year resident from New York. He if survived by his sons. Gregory Kearney and William Kearney, both of Fort Lauderdale; daughters, Mrs. Carol Coburn and Mrs. Corrine Ryu, both of Fort Lauderdale. Kathy Betancourt of Jacksonville, Karen Lackriti of CA., Connie Martin of Vero Beads; brother, Ernie Kearney of Atlanta, Eddie Kearney of TN; sister. Mrs. Margaret Coughlin of Indianapolis, IN.; and seven grandchildren. Friends may call at the funeral home 7 to 9 p.m. Monday with a wake service at 6 p.m. Mass will be Tuesday at 9 30 a.m. at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Catholic Church. Interment to follow at Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Services under the direction of JENNINGS FUNERAL HOME 1211 Davie Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, 581-7511. KISCH Stanley A Kisch, 90, of Davie passed away Saturday at a local hospital. A resident of the area for 13 years coming from Long Island NY. He was a member of St David Catholic Church. Mr. Kisch is an retired employee of the NY Central Railroad after 46 years of services. He Is survived by his son Stanley H. of Davie; daughter Dorla Stellwagen of Coral Springs; S grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Family will be receiving friends'on Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p m. with a pray service 7:30 pm. at the funeral borne. Mass of Christian burial will be Tuesday 9:30 a.m. at St. David Catholic Church.' Interment will take place in West-bury Long Island NY. Arrangements by T. M. RALPH PLANTATIONFUNERAL HOME 7001 NW 4th Street LslNDMER Majken Landmer, 39, of South Ocean Blvd., Highland Beach died Saturday. Funeral services and interment will be in Sweden. R. JAY KRAEER BOCA RATON FUNERAL. 395-1800. In charge of local arrangements. LIPARI MARIA Lipari, died Saturday Arrangements R JAY KRAEER POMPANO BEACH FUNERAL HOME 200 North Federal Highway 941-4111. MAZURSKY Harry Mazursky, of Boynton Beach died Saturday. Funeral services In burial will be In NY. Local arrangements are bv PHILIP WEINSTEIN JEWISH FUNERAL DIRECTOR. R. JAY KRAEER DEER-FIELD BEACH FUNERAL HOME 427-5544. MAC MILLAN Melvin John Mac Millian, 73, of Sunrise, passed away Sunday at a local hospital. He retired to Florida 13 years sgo from Englishtown, NJ. where be was vice president of E. W. C. Inc. of Kenilworth, NJ. He is survived by his wife, Helen black Mac Millarc brother. Deiter of Springfield. NJ.: nephew, Paul Mac Millan of Bridle. NJ. and a niece. Mrs. Marilyn (Chris) Hiotis. of Crawford. NJ. The family will receive friends Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to service time. Funeral services will be Wednesday at 130 p.m. at the funeral borne. Interment will be at Westlawn Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by T. M RALPH PLANTATION FUNERAL HOME 7001 NW 4th Street MILLER Eugene Luggie Miller, 46. of 725 NW 4th Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, passed away March 27th. He is survived by his wife Mattie Miller; one son. Timothy Miller three daughters, Scellstine Hill. Ivory Hill and Lisa Hilt three sisters, Mrs. Retha Nabors. Altamese Blackmon. and Gloria Morris; three brothers. Theodore Miller, William Leroy Miller and Alexander Miller and many other relatives Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Wednesday from Mt. Herman ! A M E. Church with Rev. Champion. Pastor, officiating Interment in Sunset Memorial Gardens Friends may call from 4 until 9 pm. Tuesday. BENTON FUNERAL HOME in charge of arrangemema MINER Patrick M. Miner. 70. of 22085 SW 66th Avenue, Boca Raton died Saturday in Miami. Mr. Miner came to this area seven years ago from Port Chester. NY. He was a member of Sandlefoot Cove Country Club He is survived by ha wife Louise; two sons Richard P. of New Canaan. CT; Robert P. of Rye, NY; two brothers Michael A. Mainero of West Palm Beach; NicholasMainero of Jupiter, FL; two sisters Lenora and Lucille Mainero both of Jupiter, FU one grandchild. Memorial services will be 5 pm. Monday at the R. JAY KRAEER BOCA RATON FUNERAL HOME 1353 North Federal Highway followed by cremation at the Kraeer Cat-Crematory. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Miami VA Hospital, National Kidney Foundation or the charity of your choice. MURTY Peter E Murty. 26 of Ludlow. Massachusett. died on Firday. Funeral Services and Interment will take place in Massachusett Arrangements by BAIRD-CASE NORTH FEDERAL FUNERAL HOME Obit .tew MAR. 30 O'CARROLL Lawrence (Larry) O' Enroll, 60, of Stuart, Fl., and former resident of Pompano Beach, died Saturday at the Tampa VA Hospital. He was Past Exalted Ruler of Boca Raton Elks Number 1266. He Is survived by his wife, Billy; one son, Roger and aunt, Margaret Wake services will be 7 30 p m. Wednesday at ROBERT J. BABIONE FUNERAL HOME Boca Raton. Contributions may be made to Leukeumia Society of America. PENCE Irel V. Pence, 85, of 2345 NE 4th Way, Boca Raton died Saturday at his residence. Mr. Pence came to Boca Raton 20 yean ago from Peru, IN., where he had been an Excise Officer with the Indiana Stat Excise Office. He was a member of First Christian Church of Boca Raton. He is survived by his wife Anna; one daughter Mrs. James (Pat) Sterling of Boca Raton; one son Irel V. Pence Jr., of Peru, IN; two brothers Orus of Markle, IN; Woodrow of Indianapolis. IN; three sisters Mrs. Harley Slane of ianervme, in; Mrs. Maurice Hoe ol f ort Wayne, IN; Mrs. Fred Dlvilbiss of Huntington, IN; two grandsons Craig Pence of Plattaville. WI; John Sterling of Boca Raton; two granddaughters Mrs. Roger (Janice) Woroayo of Pompano Beach; Mrs. Randall (Linda) Roden of Boca Raton; four great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be 11 a m. Tuesday, graveside at the Boca Raton Cemetary by Rev. Ron Mobley of The First Christian Church of Boca Raton Friends may call from 7 to I p.m. Monday at R. JAY KRAEER BOCA RATON FUNERAL HOME 1353 North Federal Highway. Memorial gifts may be made to The First Christian Church Building Fund. POPE Reverand Nlckolas Pope, 79, of 2736 NW 9th Place, Fort Lauderdale, passed away March 26th. He Is survived by one son, Jordon Pope; one daughter, Dora Pope and one brother, David Pone and many other relatives. Funeral will be II a m. Tuesday from Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, with Rev. Smith, officiating. Interment in Sunset Memorial Gardens. BENTON FUNERAL HOME In charge of arrange- ' menu. Friends may call from 4 until 9 pm. today. REARDON Margaret Reardon, 87, of 101 NW list Street, Fort Lauderdale, passed away Sunday at a local hospital. Mrs. Reardon bad been a resident of this area sine 1930, formerly of Canada. She hi survived by her brother-ln-lsw, Dr. Frederick Reardon of Canada; family, Thomas J. and Mary Hannon of MA., and friends, the John Englert family of Fort Lauderdale. Friends may call at the funeral borne 1 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm. Tuesday. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at JENNINGS CHAPEL. Interment will follow at Queen of Heaven Cemetery. SAMPSON Arthur Page Sampson, 19, of Plantation pa sued away Saturday at his residence He was a resident of the area for 4 years coming from Huntington Woods, Ml He was a member of First Baptist Church of Plantation. He M survived by his wife Sarah; two daughters Linda Sampson of Sunrise; Susan (Keith) Pearson nl Edmonton Alberta, CA; a brother, Samuel of Maiimee OH; three sisters Mr. Doulen Msrler, of Perry Village, KS, Mrs. Elsie Thleman of Kansas City, MO, Mrs Cor Jmgedyk of Wlkhlta, KS. and Iwo grand'ldren Dehra, and Kevin. Family will be receiving friends Monday al I to 4 and 7 to 1 pm With an Eastern Star service al 1 p m. at lb funeral horn. Religion services will be Monday 1 10 p m with the Rev. William Amos officiating. Committal services will tak place In Atlanta, OA, Funeral Arrangements by T, M. RALPH PLANTATION FUNERAL HOME 7001 NW 4th Street. STRAUS James I D Straus, 77 of 741 W camlno Real Baco Raton died Friday He survived by one son Herman; two daughters, Patrira Werthlmer, Carol Bean, on brother, Robert., Graveside services will he 130 Dm Tuesday at Bora Raton Cemetery ROBERT J, BABIONE FUNERAL HOME Boca Raton In charge of arrangements. after surgery SHELLY Dr. Elmer G. Shelly, died Saturday. Arrangements RJAY KRAEER POMPANO BEACH FUNERAL HOME 200 North Federal Highway 941-4111. TYSON Frank H. Tyson, 84, of 701 NE Harper Terrace Boca Raton died Saturday. Mr Tyson came to this ana 14 years from Rosemont PA. He Is survived by his wife Margaret; one son Robert Tyson, of Westchester PA; two sister Mrs Jean Tyson Davis of Haveriord PA; Mrs Thomas Klinger of Over Brook PA; eight grandchildren; one step-son Richard A. Lander, of Wyn-newood, PA.; one stepdaughter Mrs. George Stierle of Harmon Cove NJ; one nephew, Vincent Secontin Bermingbam Mt nine step-grandchildren; three step-great grandchildren. Graveside rervice will be in McConnells Bourg PA. R. JAY KRAEER OF BOCA RATON FUNERAL HOME 395-1800 In charge of local arrangements. Memorial gifts may be made to The American Parkinson Association. VANNOY Percy Van Noy of Coral Springs, died Sunday. Arrangements pending R. JAY KRAEER CORAL SPRINGS FUNERAL HOME 753-8960. WARNER Bertram C. Warner, 89, of 1700 NW 99tb Avenue, Coral Springs, passed away Saturday. Arrangements by MASON FUNERAL HOME Tamarac. WHITTELL Mary Whittell, 70 of Margate Florida died Firday Mrs. Whittell can to this area 18 years ago from Philadelphia she was a member of St. Vlcent Catholic Margate; and the Women club of St Vlcent; She la survived by her husband; Robert, daughter Mrs. Bernadett Cole, of North Lauderdale, sister; Mrs Winifred Lorden, Llndenwold, NJ., two grandchildren; Mass will be said at 12 00 noon Monday at St. Vlcent Catholic Church Margate follwed by Interment. Arrangements by R. JAY KRAEER MARGATE FUNERAL HOME. ZANTI John E. Zanti, 69, of Sunrise, passed away Saturday at a local hospital. A resident of the area for nine years, coming from Detroit, MI. He was a member of the St Bernard Catholic Church and the B. P, O. E. Elks, Number 1517 of Fort Lauderdale. He la survived by his wife, Catherine; four daughters, Joan Comtek, Judith Michalik, Jean Hardee and Janet Polok, all of the Defoit area; on brother, Alexander of Livonia, MI. The family will receive friends Tuesday from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. with . a Prayer Service at 1:30 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at St. Bernard Catholic Church. Interment will be at the Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Arrangements by T. M. RALPH PLANTATION FUNERAL HOME. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of my huband Robert W. Dttfurta) Bobby Yesterday-today-tomorrow. Always, Judy , ,v William Penn Mid, "Time it what want most, but what alatl we um worst." "Tamput fuglt." Tim does fly and w art tlwayt taking ouraelvaa whera it hat gone . . . Ytt timt doean't town to fly for people who art confined to a tick room at home or In a hoapltal, or to someone exiled In tome far distant land. One of the beat waya to uae time tnd to bt happy la to keep one'a mind on the intereat and goodness Inherent In human life. Granted there are burdens to bt borne . . . disappointments to be thruat aalde and forgotten . . . sorrows to bt surmounted. Still lite la good. We have the beauty ol nature by day; tha beauty of tiara by night; the Interesting personalities we meet by day; the challenges we meet every day. The world goea about at an aa-tonishing rata on axia and orbit. But what of It? Won't tomorrow's aunriao bring with it tha promise of anothtr good and grtat day? ... UO FAIRCHILD, FAIRCHILD FUNERAL HOME North Federal Chapel Oakland Park Chapel W. Broward Chapel 299 IN. Federal 1801 E. Oakland 3501 W. Broward 33301 Phone 763-4488 Park Blvd. 33334 Phone 763-4488 'I'lU'Ullr' 'kll To Place Your Classified Ad Call Frank Tieri, boss in N.Y. mob,, dies wvim Prank "Fund" Westchester Premier Theater, a mr! , i .k frSL Co1 hall in suburban West- Tien,tneiirst person in tne umtea chester Count whlch was milked States ever convicted of heading an ,nt0 buikrtt mob He was organized crime faimly, has died at a uitted a charge of tax the age of 76. evasion. .V Tte51, characterized as "one of Tierl WM , natiye of Castel Gan. the classiest gangsters" In New dolf , vm wWch fa 15 mi, YorkCity died yesterday of natural M of Rom and known causes at Mount Sinai Hospital. toe fummer residence. He v0,1, T"??, ' a came to this country from Naples Tierl had gall bladder trouble and jj, 1911 . had undergone surgery for cancer He wag first arrested ta Amerlca of the colon. in 1922 and went to Sing Sing prison Tieri once was named by the FBI f or robbe 8h Ufe. as the nation's most powerful crime u he was urnes by boss, successor to the late Carlo gtate and federal juries "Don Carlo" Gambino. , ch fm extJortJon t An immaculate dresser, Tieri ioan "harking. , was described by one law enforce- mobs6ter WM to haye merit official as "a real class guy, a en over old crime real money-maker, one of the clas-famil when toe Tommy CUy area e "Tommy Ryan" Eboli' was gunne Tieri owned a small sportswear iTchwgeTtathe slaytag, but law company in Brooklyn and lived in a officials three-story home there with his e TleTi ltf - wife, America, and two grand- .. f BOvernment6 witness S fcm8Tleri'S tW daUgh" against eri TSS'trS wal 1 SitlaS, Tieri became the first Aladena SIS" who" , il , tianno, a former mobster who Ege SbSFJ .ssTa turned' irmer j. return for a orgamzed-crime family. He was J? wo gtnTmuK convicted Nov. 21 in U.S. District tence wr two Bang muraera- Court in Manhattan. He also was found guilty of conducting a racketeering enterprise through his late Joseph Valachi in the 1960s, control of the old Vito Genovere Fratianno revealed the inner work-family from 1969 to 1977. He was ings of La Cosa Nostra at Tieri's appealing the conviction at the time trial. of his death. According to the government, Tieri also was convicted of Tieri . was denied American bankruptcy fraud in the late 1970s citizenship twice and was living in connection with the defunct here as a resident alien. West Bank leader Hamdi Katian dies The Associated Press TEL AVIV, Israel Hamdi Itan'an, the former mayor of the West Bank city of Nablus, died Saturday after a long illness, the Jerusalem Post reported yesterday. He was 60 years old. 'Kan'an became mayor of the West Bank's largest city immediately after Israel captured the area from Jordan in the 1967 Mideast war. A member of one of Nablus' most influential families, he left his post in 1969. itTODAY'S THOyGHTM if. . v Xe.isj ..v.. jrjfjf r jr flOV P. FAIRCHILD Blvd. 33312 Phone 581-6100 .761-4111 Described as the most important government "songbird" since the Commodore Take a 2-day "Cruiso to Kovhere" on the ms Coribo. April 18-20,1981 At Baird-Case Funeral Homes we offer you your choice of: v DIRECT CREMATION . NO Viewing NO Service NO Casket Cremation , $425 DIRECT CREMATION WITH MEMORIAL SERVICE NO Viewing NO Casket Service in our chapel Cremation $625 , COMPLETE CREMATION SERVICE Viewing , Minimum casket Service in our chapel Cremation from $725 We operate our own crematory. 1 J-uneral ' J HOMES. INC. 3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS PHONE 492-4000 MAIL THIS COUPON BAIRD CASE FUNERAL HOMES 4343 N. Federal Hwy. Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33308 Nam. Addrtat. 8tal. City (ADVERTISEMENT) Hearing Tests Set For Senior Citizens Free Electronic Hearing tests will be given at Beltone Hearing Aid Office Tues., Wed., Thurs., March 31, April 1, 2 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Factory-trained hearing aid specialists will be at the offices listed below to perform the tests. In, order to avoid waiting call, In Fort Lauderdale 462-0052 and In Pompano 946-7888 for an appointment. Anyone who has trouble hearing or understanding speech or words clearly Is welcome to have a test using the most modern electronic equipment to determine If their hearing loss Is one which may be helped. Some of the causes of hearing loss will be explained and diagrams of how the ear works will be shorn. Everyone should have a hearing test at least once a year if there Is any trouble at all hearing clearly. Even people now wearing a bearing aid or those who have been told nothing could be done for them should have a hearing test and find out whether the modern methods of hearing correction can help them hear better. The free hearing tests will be given by Mr. White, licensed by the State of Florida, at Beltone, 423 E. Broward Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, Tel: 462-0052. Free test in Pompano Beach will be given by a hearing aid specialist, licensed by the State of Florida, Sample Square Center, 519, E. Sample Road, Tel: 946-7888. If you can't get there on these days, call and arrange for an appointment at another time, or in-home testing is also available. Cruises i$QA to (250 per person, dbl. occ. Suites slightly higher. 'Subject to spoce availability. -Enjoy 2 fun-filled days and nights of food and festivlries. Evenrempr "Locjy Luck" in our casino. . Leave Miami Saturday ar 3:30pm. Return Monday at 8: 00am. See your travel agent and fell him you want to go Nowhere. 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