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Um BEACH 6B NewsSun-Sentlnel, Sunday, August 28, 1988 Traffic officers feel wrath of Glades Road drivers ' f T I f By T.L STANLEY Staff Writer A couple of Florida Highway Patrol troopers got a painful lesson in lip reading and sign language on Saturday. For 12 agonizing, grueling, insulting hours, the troopers directed traffic at the closed section of Glades Road at Florida's Turnpike i" on Saturday. Trooper Rodney Adams just shook his head as motorists i crrnurlaH onH trrirukrl "They act like it's my fault," he said, wiping sweat from his face. "Oh, you just wouldn't believe the things I've been called today." Motorists who were driving west on Glades Road made U-turns, stopping long enough to ask Adams for directions. "I have to go all the way to Powerline?" snarled one motorist. "You've gotta be kidding!" On the west side of the construction, Trooper Reginald Anderson ; didn't fare much better with an- noyed drivers. "I've been cursed at so many ; times I can't count," Anderson said. "We know the barricades are kind of a pain," said Tom Colavec-chio, construction crew leader. "But it's a necessary evil. This is Lewis Phillips, pilot, victim of plane crash By RAY LYNCH Staff Writer Lewis Phillips, owner-operator of Lauderdale Aviation, died in an airplane crash in Pembroke Pines on Thursday. He was 55 and lived in Fort Lauderdale. ! Mr. Phillips and two other people i were killed when the six-seat 1979 Piper Aerostar airplane crashed onto iNeway ranting on f emDroKe Road. The printing shop was less than a mile from the North Perry Airport, where the plane had taken , off from. ( Services for the other two vic-! tims of the air crash, student pilot j France Levesque, 27, a paramedic I in Monroe County, and her father, J rect Cremation Service of Fort 1 Lauderdale on Saturday. Mr. Phillips, who served with the jY Alpha and 0fla Crcautloa Society, lac. O" "V) Dania-Fort Lauderdale, FL 33004 S. BROWARD N. BROWARD PALM BEACH 921-4806 421-0899 732-1380 Funeral Homes Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33308 492-4000 zRon H3tcliix Junttaf cHomt 1444 S. Federal Hwy. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441 428-1444 BLACKBURN FUNERAL HOME 718 S. Federal Hwy. Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316 523-0562 CIETY CA 427-2222 DIRECT CREMATION SERVICE DIRECT CREMATION SERVICE PLEASE CALL FOR PRICE INFORMATION 563-6558 10630 Wiles Rd. Cnra Snrinnc Fl 33n7fi 753-8444 A L SERVING DADE & BROWARD Favnl Dlnctara I w, Dlnctara Ml Cn ultra Dade: 943-9900 Broward: 761-8800 FUNERAL HOMES AND CREMATORY Ft Lauderdale. FL 33301 763-4489 FU CREM OFAMEBI 925-7578 V "Oh, you just wouldn't believe the things I've been called today." Trooper Rodney Adams time-consuming work." During Saturday's 12-hour shift, workers installed five steel beams, weighing 19 tons each, on the turnpike's overpass. The beams are the first steps in two new three-lane bridges on the road. The work is part of a $94 million Florida Department of Transportation project to widen the turnpike to six lanes for nearly a half-mile north and south of the Boca Raton interchange. Glades Road also will be widened to six lanes for 1,000 feet east and west of the turnpike. Colavecchio, who works for Ca-peletti Bros. Inc. of Miami, said the work may be completed by late Saturday or early Sunday. "At worst, we'll have to come back a little while on Sunday," he said. The road is expected to reopen on Sunday. Rod Syx, a clerk at the Mobil gas Army during the Korean war, was , a member of Moose Lodge 983, American Legion Post 180 and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. Surviving are his wife, Ruth; two sons, Gary and James, both of Fort Lauderdale; four daughters, Luanne Buell, Pamela Phillips and Michaelene Fogarty, all of Fort Lauderdale, and Gail Hanrahan of Elmira, N.Y.; his father, Lewis of Plantation; a brother, Eugene Phillips of Lake Charles, La.; and seven grandchildren. Visitation is from 6 to 9 p.m. on Monday at the T.M. Ralph Funeral Home in Plantation. Services are at 7 p.m. Monday, also at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, the Phillips family has requested that donations be made to the American Cancer Society in Mr. Phillips name. FOREST (I, LAWN Funeral Homes & Cemeteries Serving S. Palm Beach - Broward - N. Dade 523-6700 Fred Hunters WADLINGTON BROWN COOPEFI & WINTTER CHAPEL 140 S. Dixie Hwy., Hollywood 989-1550 HOLLYWOOD MEMORIAL GARDENS HOME & CEMETERY 6301 Tafl Street 989-1550 . DAVIE PLANTATION COOPER CITY 2401 S. University Drive 527-1550 MIRAMAR PEMBROKE PINES 6107 Miramar Parkway 989-1550 yrr a mneraria uispana syeu w. uainand Park Blvd. Lauoefnui, fl 33313 Laudertiil 7 "484-1833 n Caring Counts" Tennings J FUNKRAL U HOMI-S 581-7511 731-4321 30r&an-3Fannin 326 E. Las Olas Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301 771-7303 Kalis Tuneral H ome 2505 N. Dixie Hwy. Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33305 566-7621 EKAL H "Whr6 V Jan CLdvQdL&inq 9n$oAmaIion filaoAB gall 761-4436 station just west of the turnpike, was not prepared for the construction. He hopped off the turnpike at Glades Road and tried to driye west as usual. "I was like, 'What the heck?'" Syx said. "I was in the turning lane from the turnpike and I nearly crashed into the barricade." The situation had a positive effect on Mobil's business, however. "Business has been fantastic," Syx said. Workers at Q Records and Videos just west of the turnpike said the construction turned an otherwise hectic shopping day into a drag on business. "Business has slowed down a lot," said Debbie Peacock, manager. "I thought it was going to close at 6 tonight, not 6 this morning." Peacock said she was driving west on Glades Road when she noticed the barricades. She followed directions from Powerline to Palmetto Park Road, but missed the turn at Boca Rio Road. She ended up going west to Lyons Road and then coming back on Glades. "I'm not familiar with this area," she said. "I was about 10 minutes late to work because of that detour." OBBYUAIrlllHS PALM BEACH COUNTY BLOCK Herbert, 58, of Boca Raton, died August 26, 1988. Beth-lsrael-Rubin Memorial Chapter GILPIN Anna. 84, of Lake Park Shores, died August 26, 1988. SIMON David E., 86, of Century Village West Palm Beach died August 26, 1968.' ZOBAC Frank J. 85, of Boynton Beach, died Friday, August 26. BROWARD COUNTY AARON Julia, of Parkland, died Saturday, Kraeer Coral Springs Funeral Home. ALEKSIN John, of Hollywood, died August 26, 1988. Fred Hunter's Hollywood Memorial Gardens Home. ATTARD Wanda D.. passed away August 26, 1988. A resident 16 years coming from New Jersey. Member of St. Malachy Church. Mrs. Attard is survived by her sister Stephanie D. Neiman, nephew Kye Courtney, Prandniece Kara Courtney, niece Donna Cifetll. riends may call Monday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Tuesday 2-4pm. and 7-9pm. at the RICHARD E. MASON FUNERAL HOME 7151 W. McNab Rd. Tamarac where a Rosary Service will be held 7:30 Tuesday evening and funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Wednesday morning. Interment will follow at Queen of Heaven Cemetery BARKER Sloane, 82, of Plantation, a 33 year resident coming from New York, died Friday. Member of First Presbyterian Church of Ft. Lauderdale. Survived by wife, Virginia, sons Sloane Jr. of California, step children Fulton a Foster Holmes and Faith Smith, brother George of New York, sisters Ellen Pettlt of South Carolina and Annis Mills of Ft. Lauderdale and grandson Sloane III, Scott, and Glenn. Arrangements by FRED HUNTER UNI OME BROWARD KRAEER FUNERAL HOMES Coral Springs - 1655 University Dr. Phone: 753-8960 Deerfield Beach - 217 E. Hillsboro Blvd. Phone: 427-5544 Ft. Lauderdale 4061 N. Federal Hwy. Phone: 565-5591 Margate - 1 N. State Rd. 7 Phone: 972-7340 Beach - 200 N. Federal Hwy. Phone-941-4111 A part of your life since 1952 JJuntal CfCvm'f .'J nr. 7151 McNab Rd. Tamarac, FL 33319 721-3300 MT. HEBRON Memorial Chapel tn u 210 W. Cooans Rd. Pompano Beach, FL 33064 523-6700 410 N. Federal Highway Hallandale, FL 33009 (305) 456-6877 or 949-8354 7001 N.W. 4th St., Plantation, FL 33317 587-6888 Pompano Beach - 119jJsample Rd. Phone: 94tf-2900 PomMlno --ft. " ' i sty A Trooper Rodney Adams gives VERSITY DRIVE FUNERAL HOME 2401 S. University Dr. Ft. Lauderdale. Funeral service will be held at a later date. CALIENDO Mary R., 81, of Davie, died, August 25, 1988. A resident 22 years, coming from Merrick, LI, NY. Survived by her son, Nicholas of Davie; daughter, Lorraine London of Ft. Lauderdale; sisters, Mrs. Inez Perruccl of IN, Mrs. Irene Sallala of CA, Mrs. Rose Monte of Lynbrook, NY, Mrs. Olga Ba-varo of Lighthouse Point, FL; three grandchildren. Repose, Sunday, 2-4 and 7-9 PM. Prayer Service, Sunday, 7:30 PM, at PANCIERA MEMORIAL HOME. Funeral Mass, Monday, 11:30 AM, at St. Maurice Catholic Church. Arrangements by PANCIERA MEMORIAL HOME. 4200 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, 989-9900, A Security Trust Plan Chapel. CHIN Ransford Patrick, of Margate died Thursday, Kraeer Margate Funeral Home. DEPAOLINI Egidlo, 85. of Ft Lauderdale, passed away August 26, 1988. Jordan Fannin Guardian Chapel. DRISCOLL John J, of Ft. Lauderdale, died August 26, 1988. Fred Hunter's Hollywood Memoral Gardens Home. DUNMIRE Harold James, 85, of Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. passed away August 22, 1988. Born July 2, 1903 in Franklin, Pa. Mr. Dunmire had been a resident of this area since 1968. He was a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with degrees In Chemical a Petroleum Engineering. He was a member of the 25 year club In the petroleum industry. A member of Alpha Chi Rho Fraternity. Spending his first five years In the oil Industry with Standard Oil of New Jersey. Mr. Dunmire retired after 38 years service with Ashland OH Company as executive Vice President, Domestic & Canadian opera-; Hons. He was a member of Myrtle Masonic Lodge No. 316, a recipient of the 50 year Masonic service emblem and Knights Templar. He was senior warden of the Episcopal Church in Ashland, Ky. A Kentucky Colonel, a member of the Coral Ridge Yacht Club, St. Marks Episcopal Church and a former member of the Coral Ridge County Club. He Is survived by his wife Levitt Weinstein MEMORIAL CHAPELS 7500 N. State Rd. 7 Pompano Beach, FL 33073 427-6500 1921 Pembroke Rd Hollywood, FL 921-7 72nd Ave. 'ood, FL 33024 963-2400 Gardens and Funeral Chapels 21100 West Griffin Road Fort Lauderdale 33332 (305) 434-1531 2305 West Hillsboro Boulevard Deerfield Beach 33442 (305) 427-4700 6800 West Oakland Park Boulevard Sunrise 33313 (305) 742-6000 9515 Park Drive at U.S. 441 Margate 33063 (305) 975-0011 RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL GUARDIAN CHAPELS 2230 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, FL 33020 523-5801 6701 W. Commercial Blvd., Tamarac, FL 33319 523-5801 Royal Palm Crematory Direct Cremation Only Jim or Donna Organ, L.D.D. F.F.D.A. 946-6277 Est. 1958 3JP 20XT 3204 Htftvw directions to confused driver on Harlene E. of Ft. Lauderdale, three grandchildren and two great grandchildren, inurnment will be in St. Marks Episcopal Church Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Heart Association, Broward County Chapter, Inc. PO Box 14213, Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. 33302. Arrangements by BAIRD-CASE FUNERAL HOME, Ft. Lauderdale. ESTEVEZ Amalla, 63, of Ft. Lauderdale, died August 26, 1988. Fred Hunter's University Drive Home. FAY Stillman D., 90, of Tamarac, passed away Thursday August 25 at a local hospital. Mr. Fay Is survived by his wife Marlon, son Stillman D. Fay, Jr. Atlanta, Ga., stepsons Jack Magrl, California and Norris Allston, New Jersey, stepdaughter Diane Kline, Deertleld Beach, 12 grandchildren, five great grandchildren. Mr. Fay was a member of Salina Lodge No. 955 F.& A.M. Camillus. N.Y. Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite Bodies in the Valley of North New Jersey. Friends may call on Sunday from 2-4pm. Funeral services will be conducted on Monday 1 1am at the Funeral Home Chapel followed by Entombment at Forest Lawn Central Mausoleum. Arrangements by JENNINGS FUNERAL HOME 3904 West Commercial Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale. GRARD Odette, of Coral Springs, died Friday. Kraeer Coral Springs Funeral Home. KADISON Rae, of Hollywood, died August 27, 1988. Fred Hunter's Wadlington, Brown, Cooper, & Winder Home. LEVESQUE France, 27, of Davie, Fl. passed away August 25, 1988. Direct Cremation Service, Ft. Lauderdale, FL LEVESQUE Marcel L. 56, of Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. passed away August 25, 1988. Direct Cremation Service Ft Lauderdale, Fl MANN Arthur, 66, of Oakland Park, died August 26, 1988. Riverside Memoral Chapel Tamarac. MCMAHAN Patrick, of Danla. Fl. died August 25, 1988. Fred Hunter's Wadlington, Brown, Cooper, & Winner Home. SCARANO Joseph A. ScaranTFuneral Services Shipping"! Cremations ChapelsAvailable in all areas .821-4774 434-8236 SCURRY Funeral Home, Ltd. 738 N.W. 22nd Rd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33311 581-0140 Star of David Cemetery and Funeral Chapel 7701 Bailey Rd. Lauderdale, FL 33068 722-9000 N. PALM BEACH HETH ISRAEL cA FamilyPiblecltori Plrri Compel 5808 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33484 499-8000 BETH MOSES ruaaral D!rcira Naatarlal Cawaaalani CXaMIanatf In XaapanM to laraaoliui JwUh Community Soca Raton 479-4700 Delray Beach 496-4400 CIETY CA 427-2222 '""-6-"" CREM OrAMEBI 925-7578 V ffT': 'Jr J PhotoJOEL STAHL closed section of Glades Road. MICHEL Marie Luciane, 78. of Ft. Lauderdale, passed away Thursday In Broward General Medical Center. A resident here six years coming from Haiti. Survived by two daughters, Marie M. Louis, Jocelyne Michel and a son Klnley Wah, all of Ft. Lauderdale, brothers. Emil Michel of Miami, Nelio Michel of Haiti, sister Germaine Michel of Haiti, 16 grandchildren Including Rona, Reggie, and Richard Lewis and three great grandchildren. Services will be held Tuesday, August 30, at FAIRCHILD WEST BROWARD CHAPEL with Interment to follow in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Friends may pay their respects 7pm-9pm Monday. Please phone 581-6100 for service time. RICHARDSON Robert L. 57, of Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. passed away August 26th, 1988. Baird-Case Funeral Home RYAN Olive, of Pompano Beach, died Saturday. Kraeer Pompano Beach Funeral Home. SHERMAN Chester. 82, of Hollywood, passed away August 26, 1988. SIMMENS Elaine, of Sunrise, formerly of Phildelphia, PA, passed away, August 25. 1988. Survived by husband, Paul Simmens; children, Scott, Robyn, and Adam. Graveside-Services, 12 Noon, Sunday, at Menorah Gardens, under the direction of BLASBERG PARKSIDE CHAPELS, 726-1777. TONIETTO Louise, of Pompano Beach died Wednesday, Kraeer Pompano Beach Funeral Home. ., IN MEMORIAM . ELFREDA MATURAH ', Who passed away August 24, 1987. Sadley missed by nieces, Shirley and Joan, grand-niece, Yvonne; grandnephews, Marlon and Donovan, great-grandnephew, Dwayne. We miss and love you very much. REFLECTS COURTESY LISTINGS A GUIDE TO SOUTH FLORIDA FUNERAL HOMES, CHAPELS. MORTUARIES & CREMATORIES PALM DEACH A Gutterrnan XX Warhert V 7240 N' Federal Hwy. Boca Raton, FL 33487 " BOCA DADE BROWARD 997-9900 944-0576 742-4933 KRAEER ,m;u()mK 1353 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton, FL 33432 395-1800 LevittoiVeinstein M EM ORIAl CHAPIIS 5411 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach, FL 33409 689-8700 Garden and Funeral Chapel 9321 Memorial Park Rd. West Palm Bch., FL 33412 (407) 627-2277 4343 10th Avenue N. Lake Worth, FL 33461 (407) 641-3626 RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL GUARDIAN CHAPELS BocaDelray 276-5777 ' West Palm Beach 683-8676 DADE Levitt Weinstein MEMORIAL CHAPELS 18840 W. Dixie Hwy., North Miami Beach, FL 33180 949-6315 Gardens and FWieral Chapel 20955 Biscayne Blvd. North Miami Beach, FL 33180 (305) 935-3939 RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL GUARDIAN CHAPELS 16480 N.E. 19th Ave., North Miami Beach, FL 33162 531-1151 J

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