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SOUTH BROWARD Fort Lauderdale News and Sun-Sentinel, Monday, Seit. 6, 1982 4B Voters Continued from page IB JPiciullo, a middle-aged Davie housewife who will help run polls in Davie. "It's very important, but there's a lack of interest." Her precinct is one of 542 in Broward County 130 more than in the 1980 elections according to Mrs. Carroll. The growth of the number of precincts will mean some of this year's poll workers are new and inexperienced, she added. Veteran poll worker Mary Leishman, a Fort Lauderdale retiree, said she's ready to help out the newcomers. "I've been a poll worker since 1977," she said. "It's my patriotic duty. I think it's important. Election day is pretty hectic." In a poll worker's class last Thursday at South Broward High School, Mrs. Carroll warned that the hours are long and the pay is low. Most poll workers must show up long before 7 a.m. to set up the voting booths at their precinct. The day lasts until well after 7 p.m., because they must dismantle the booths and deliver the ballots to the counting station. Added to the time the poll workers must spend in training classes, the hours add up. The pay comes to about $3.18 per hour, Mrs. Carroll said. During a slide presentation, Mrs. Carroll showed the poll workers a bewildering collection of documents, voting machines, blue cards, green cards and checklists. "No one is going to get two votes under any conditions," Mrs. Carroll warned. "No one can vote in your precinct, whether you know them or not, unless his name is on the register." Once they arrive at the polls, precinct workers must stay all day. "You have to bring whatever you want to eat, because you can't leave," Mrs. Carroll said. Isalte i I SPECIAL CARPET CLEANED any living room and hall (Regardless of Size) ANY LIVING ROOM DINING ROOM (or dining km) and HALL CLEANED 50A"5 (Regardless J Ol SiZ) THIS WEEK ONLY 'A Now . . . 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' GuaRanTCQggu(3n GUARANTEE CARPET CLEANING & DYE CO. ; Staff photo by ARNOLD ERNEST . Robin Handelman, at horse show in Davie: 'People just aren't voting'; but she will. Douglas Bader, legless World War II flying ace The Associated Press . LONDON Sir Douglas Bader, 72, Britain's legless World War II ace fighter pilot who shot down at least 22 German planes, died Sunday of an apparent heart attack. Royal Air Force chiefs described as a "truly national hero" the pilot who lost both legs above the knee in a 1931 flying accident and argued his way back into service to become a legend in war and inspiration to disabled people in peacetime. Taken prisoner in August 1941 after his Spitfire collided with a Luftwaffe Messerschmitt over occupied France, Bader tried to escape four times until his German captors took away his artificial legs at night. "My attitude is that I'm not disabled, and I'm going to kick these bloody legs around and make them do what I want," Bader once said. He walked wthout a cane, played tennis, golf, squash and continued flying as a hobby until grounded in 1980 because of a heart condition. Bader regularly visited homes for the handicapped and people recently disabled. As tributes poured in, Bader was best remembered as "one of the few" the 1940 Battle of Britain pilots who stopped Germany from gaining air mastery. Winston' Churchill said of them: "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few." Legislator Alfred Morris, a former Minister for the Disabled, said of Barter's work among handicapped people: "He gave hope and courage to people who before they met him lived in dark despair." Bader was commissioned into the RAF in 1930 but dropped from . the force after the air crash, which left him using what he called "tin legs." Always determined to fly again, Bader persuaded the RAF to take him back in 1939. Richard A. Dorneft John S. Derk Alan S. Dernsrein Michael A. Bernstein John Bond Mark E Cutler Ivy A. Cowon Victor P. DeDionchi Ralph Diaz Jeffrey R. Eijensmith Michael Enim Randy R.Freedmon Norman Gets on Ronald P. Glanfz NeilS.Gkuer Joseph J. Glazer Marc Gordon Constance Kaplan Richard J. Kaplan Henry Leyte-VWol Gerald Mager Barry Mandelkorn Gregg W McClosky Reed D. McClosky Robert A. Ptafsky Larry S. Rifkin Marvin S. Schulman Peter D. Slavis Mark Solomon Donald R. Spodaro Darfon 5. Sfrock Thomas Tonsey Antonio Torrent Richard wbgenheim Robert W Weiss Edward N.Winitz Brian Sherr William W Sleeker James Stork Alan Ruf Birnel Joy Phillips ALSO ENDORSED DY: Droward Classroom Teachers Association. Droward County Veteran's Political Action Committee PUNCH 198 Keith Sebelius, 65, former congressman f f ' 4 -If,' BOB LOCKWOOD (CLKKKOKTIIKfXHiKTS) FOR CONGRESS MST. 15 "The itighl Man" 0 I fricui iuiot kmocmtic fnsT niMtii (union Mowing couari. fiomu urnam 7 I9U N I G 1 - United Press International NORTON, Kan. Former congressman Keith Sebelius, who served the "Big First" District in western Kansas for 12 years in the nation's capital, died Sunday following a lengthy illness. He was 65. Sebelius had been admitted to the Norton Hospital last week. He had been in and out of the hospital for treatment since he learned in 1979 that he suffered from prostate cancer. Family members set funeral services for 10 a.m. Wednesday at Norton's United Methodist Church. A memorial fund has been established by the church and the family requested that no flowers be sent. Sebelius, a Republican, was elected to Congress in 1968 and was known as a fighter for farmers, who made up the majority of his constituency in the 1st District. He surprised Kansans in 1980 by announcing he wanted to retire to move back to Norton and establish his law practice. The congressman was born Sept. 10, 1916, in Almena, where he later served as city councilman, mayor and city attorney. He graduated from Almena's High School, Fort Hays State College and George Washington Law School. He also served in the U.S. Army during World War II and during the Korean War. His political career began with an appointment to the Kansas Senate in 1962. Sebelius is survived by his wife, Bette, two sons, Gary and Douglas, three grandchildren, two brothers and two sisters. Deaths Classified Advertising INDEX COSTIGNE. WILLIAM B. HECIMOVICH, HELENA, G. KRACHOCK, ROSE KRONEN, SOL McGIVNEY, JOHN ft SUKER, MABEL L. COSTIGANE William B. Costigane died in Ft Lauderdale Saturday. Arrangements by B. JAY KRAEER FUNERAL HOME, Ft Lauderdale. 566-5591. HECIMOVICH Helena G. Hecimovich, 65 of 2701 North Ocean Boulevard. Ft Lauderdale passed sway Sunday. She was a resident here of 12 years from New Jersey. She is survived by her husband, Daniel J., of Ft Lauderdale; a sister in Brazil; nieces and nephews. Service will be 8 p.m. Tuesday ai the FAiRCHILO OAKLAND PARK CHAPEL. 1801 East Oakland Park Boulevard. Friends may pay their respects from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. KRACHOCK Fiose Kra-chock of Oeerfield Beach,-1" Fl, passed away on September 4, 1982. She IS survived ' by her beloved daughters, Shirley Feiner, Jean Wax-perg, and Phyllis Gold. Visitation to be tonight (Mon- day) from 7 to p.m. at LEVITT-WEINSTEIN MEMORIAL Chapel 7500 North State Road 7, Pompa-no. Services to be held on Wednesday in Chicago. KRONEN Sol Kronen. 57, of 5505 Lakeview Mews Terrace. Boynton Beach passed away on Saturday morning, September 4, 1982. at the Bethesda Memorial Hospital. Survivors Include his loving wile. Evie; three sons, Howard, Barry, and Jeff; two daughters, Anne and Michele; and three grandchildren, David, Stephanie, and Lorri. Services and burial were held on Sunday, September 5, 1982. Arrangements entrusted to BETH ISRAEL MEMORIAL CHAPEL, West Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach. Memorial donations may be made to the Jewish National Fund Trees in Israel). Sol Kronen Memorial Garden, 14055 Cedar Road. Room 304, Cleveland, OH., 44118. MCGIVNEY John R. McGivney. 76, of Pompano Beach died Friday at a local hospital. Formerly of New York City. He was a member of St Elizabeth Catholic Church. Survived by wile, Marion E., of Pompano Beach; one step-daughter, Patricia Shultz. of Barring-ton, Rl : two sisters, Dorothy Fitzgerald of Bricktown, NJ., and Ethet James, of Brooklyn, NY. Funeral mass wilt be 9 30 a.m. Tuesday at St Eliz abeth Catholic Church followed by interment. Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. today at the R. JAY KRAEER SAMPLE ROAD FUNERAL HOME. 1199 NE 36th Street. MEMORIAL SERVICE Memorial service for Claude W. Owen on Tuesday, September 7, 1982, at Trinity United Methodist Church, 3901 NE 22nd Avenue. Lighthouse Point, FL. SUKER Mabel L Suker, 90, a resident of John Knox Village died Saturday. She was a member of the First Unit- . ed Methodist Church. Preceding her in death was one son Waldo. Survived by daughter-in-law. Lela Suker, ' of Schenectday, NY; four grand children; nine greatgrandchildren; five step- - great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be 11 a.m. Wednesday at the First United Methodist Church Chapel by Rev. Wayne L. Carlson followed by interment. Arrangements by H. JAY KRAEER SAMPLE ROAO FUNERAL HOME, 1199 NE 36th Street. IN MEMORIAM In memory of Tom Chandler, husband, father, son and brother. Our loss is felt as much today. You are missed ' in every way. All our memories are here to stay. The Chandler Family I j JS, SCHOOL BOARD Ulbl KIU I 'W If MARIA KUSMUCH TEACH I " ENDORSEMENTS I 1 Bt U commerce WE, THE UNDERSIGNED TEACHERS OF DEERFIELD BEACH ILJ B Fort Lauderdale Chamber O' "N"' ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, A 100 CTA SCHOOL, DO SUP- ll ' I 1 I Broward County, PAC, INO. I PORT MARIA KUSMICH FOR ELECTION TO THE SCHOOL U . 1 n... -J 'I' I BOARD OF BROWARD COUNTY: 1 L '"",,, H Pompano Beach North Broward Board Of "s i 1 I Realtors, Inc. I I 1 H I l. Munsierm Blanche G. McCray Z0 1 q?pS ISm'r'V1" p Executives Council I Christina A. Hall Cathleen D. Winelozei A 1 T IjL O,Fl0rida-,n. I Darcy S.Long Barbara P. Qulllen l ! " 1 North Andrews Area Civic Association. I Candece K. Seger Madeline B. Llewllyn I i ..in i i J inc . I Martha D. Benson Elizabeth Quellette 1 Nws Miami HeraM I Rebecca Dane - Diane W. Caruthers B XV WeS iMion I ArleneE-Loisel Nancy E. Seller II B J r . U palm-AIrt CMC Association Josephine Worthy Sandra S. Murray Ift J 1 Wf CoraJ Springs Courier H Gordon B. Stewart Elizabeth A. Salmonser I II II TT uew I Elizabeth M. Callis Jane L Muhlberg : B V V Jf ff plantation w Vivien N. Sindelar Margaret Colescott - H . J J fc" A Davie-Cooper City News Florence Webster F. Pennington I IS pembroke Mirror Sandra A D'Amato MaryS.Cagle I P6m Hollvwoor,. B UndaHartman I L Mir'amar Mirror Cherlyn Black ' jy 7 Women's Political I Amelia S. Chalker A? . I I Wnf s Caucus, Gwen H . , y&r y I Cherry Chapter FJ Jr I J (qualified) - i i 7TsTZTII7pZTs V X S i T .llrl tm f g secure your child's future in the J fEE3 1 . I -; X y". . W J W I mm Vtl Broward County School System. IF, 11 I I r 7n -Jpa-A w BROWARD COUNTY WIDE ELECTION. ..uULm..Mm1.--..-. ,,, . ... , .,. .... . v .... ' ,..

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