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PM EDITION B2 Friday, June 7, 2002 The Honolulu Advertiser $8mimontofight Roadeo: Drivers display skills in competition bioterrorism threat cncc al competitioa Fernandez finished third. i "Last year, my first time, was quite an experience," said Paguirigan, who finished 10th in the national competition last year, the highest spot ever earned by a Hawai'i driver. "At the nationals people are really competitive and focused on how they're doing. Nobody gives you nothing. Now, I've been there once.

I know what it takes." actual road conditions an operator encounters every day (minus the distractions of talking to passengers and dangerous road hazards), said James Cowen, transit service president and general manager. All the driving is done under the scrutiny of bus company and police inspectors, including gun-toting, jack-booted, sunglass-slinging Honolulu police solo bike officers on special assignment for the day. Then, too, there are all your fellow drivers watching from the sidelines and waiting to spot the least little slip. "Oooh, he's coming in too fast," said one of the many drivers lounging in the shade, waiting to take his don't think he's going to make it. See, he hit the cone on the offset curves." In the end, defending champion Rex Paguirigan, who drives the No.

432 east-west Waipahu route, edged another former champion, Derwin Yamaguchi, to win the title and earn another trip to the nation was being made available for bioterrorism planning after the attacks on New York and anthrax outbreaks on the East Coast. A total of $1.5 million was used as a baseline for each state, with the rest to be distributed with HHS approval of each state's plaa Okubo said the money will be spent as follows: 26 percent for expansion of the state lab in Pearl City for improved diagnosis of biohazards like anthrax; 16 percent for infectious disease surveillance; 15 percent for information technology; 5 percent for risk communication; 13 percent for clinician training and education; 25 percent for overall planning. ODITUORieS -tel. -no: Mauka Chapel; service 11 a.m. Casual attire.

GEORGE RODILLAS, 73, Of Hayward, formerly of Hilo, Hawai'i, died April 14, 2002. Born in Hilo. Retired from Gerber Baby Food Co. An Air Force veteran. Survived by wife, Dolores; son, Sherwood; daughters, Deborah Rodillas and Gwendolyn Silva; brothers, Charles, Herbert, Francis, Nicholas, Algrlno, Julius, Alexander, August and Norbert; sisters, Niida Chock, Harolding Kronenberger, Frances Allen and Jocelyn Mitchell; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.

Service held in California. Burial of ashes to follow at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery No. 2. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary, Hilo. JOSEPH SANTOS 92, of Honolulu, died June 4, 2002.

Born in Honolulu. A supervisor for Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Survived by wife, Hilda; son, Joseph daughters, Lorraine Pereira and Gwendolyn Wilson; stepsons, Henry Gonsalves, Robert Gon-salves, Byron Gonsalves and Michael Gonsalves; grandchildren and greatgrandchildren. Visitation 11:30 a.m. Monday at Star of the Sea Catholic Church; Mass noon; burial at Diamond Head Memorial Park.

Arrangements by Funeral By William Cole Advertiser Military Writer State officials received confirmation yesterday that Hawai'i is receiving $8.4 million in federal money for bioterrorism preparedness and improvements to its emergency response systems; The US. Department of Health and Human Services had previously earmarked the amount for the state, but Hawai'i is among only 24 states to get the full allocation. "So we did write a very good plan," said state Health Department spokeswoman Janice Okubo. Federal officials announced in January that $1.1 billion in grants POLICO Wai'anae blaze destroys nouse A Wai'anae house was destroyed by fire early today, in a blaze that investigators suspect was set. Firefighters arrived four minutes after the 12:21 alarm but found the Alta Street home engulfed.

The blaze was under control at 12:31 am, said fire Capt. Kenison Tejada, but the house was a total loss. Damages were set at $120,000 to the structure and $5,000 to the contents, Tejada said. The cause is still under investigation. The woman who owns the home was taken to a hospital for observation, police said.

Man hunted in Makiki robbery Police are looking for a man in his 20s or early 30s who broke into a Makiki apartment this morning and then robbed the male resident at knifepoint when he was discovered. The resident, 44, told police he awoke at 12:25 a.m. and found the man in his apartment at 1 121 Wilder Ave. The intruder then allegedly confronted the resident with a knife, demanded cash and jewels and took the victim's wallet. The man then allegedly went downstairs, accompanied by the victim, and fled on foot.

He was described as being 5 feet 8 inches tall, 160-180 pounds with a slender to medium build and short curly black hair. He was clean-shaven and was wearing a dark T-shirt, dark shorts and slippers with black socks. Pair arrested after car stolen A 19-year-old 'Aiea man and his 14-year-old female companion were arrested yesterday after police traced the stolen car they drove from Kailua to Moanalua Valley. A caller to radio station KSSK reported that the car was stolen FROM PAGE Bl 'You get involved to make your driving skills better," said six-time Hawai'i winner Paul Fernandez, who earlier this year gave up part of his vacation to help shuttle visitors around various Winter Olympic sites in Salt Lake City, Utah. "You leam the little tricks as you go that make you better." The annual event is a chance for drivers and mechanics to showcase their professionalism, simulating The Advertiser publishes obituaries about people of interest to its readers as a free public service.

Obituaries may be submitted by mortuaries or, with proof of death, by individuals in writing. Fax 525S037 or write to Obituaries Editor, The Honolulu Advertiser, P.O. Box 3110, Honolulu, HI 96802. Include a contact name and phone number. We reserve the right to edit for form, style and newsworthiness.

Date of publication cannot be guaranteed. To publish paid death notices, call the classified ads department at 521-9111. DANIEL KEAWEPO'OLE AKA, 58. of Merced, died June 4, 2002. Born in Honolulu.

Builders Concrete plant manager. California service; burial in Hanford District Cemetery, Han-ford, Calif. Arrangements by People's Funeral Chapel, Hanford. MARILYN M. ALLEN, 61, of Kane'ohe, died June 3, 2002.

Bom in Honolulu. Retired Kuakini Medical Center licensed practical nurse. Survived by husband, Freeman son, Freeman "Bo" daughters, Jennie, Joselyn, Jean Hudspeth and Joy Lauakl; brother, John Reis; sister, Shirley Scroggs; seven grandchildren. Visitation 10 a.m. Monday at St.

Ann's Catholic Church; Mass 12:45 p.m.; burial 2 p.m. at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. No flowers. Casual attire. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary.

STANLEY DAVIS, 90, of Honolulu, died June 2, 2002. Born in Orilla, Ontario, Canada. Principal owner and manager of Lesco Ltd. Survived by wife, Dorothy; daughter, Diane Owens; son, Douglas; three grandchildren. Service pending.

Donations to Central Union Church. MARY HAYASHI GUERRERO, 96, of Honolulu, died May 30, 2002. Born In HoTualoa, Hawai'i. A registered nurse. Survived by brothers, Gilbert and Gary; sisters, Elsie Hara and Lillian Towata.

Private service held. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary. WILLIAM MICHAEL HAVERLUCK, 77, of Sunset Beach, died May 29, 2002. Bom in Wilton, N.D. Retired from the Navy.

Survived by wife, Mary; stepson, Henry Mundon; stepdaughters, Annie-Rose Mundon, Arlene Larson and Janice Martin; brothers, Paul and Ferde-nand; sister, Renia; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary. STANLEY SEICHI HIGA, 69, of Pearl City, died June 2, 2002. Born in Honolulu.

Retired Astronautics Corp. computer technician. Survived by wife, Lena; sons, Galen and Jason; brothers, Selye, Hitoshi, Tasuke and Frank; sisters, Helen Velascd, Doris Adres, Dorothy Nakagawa and Geraldine Hori-uchi. Service 2 p.m. Monday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary.

Casual attire. THALIA MAXIMA ISHII, 60, of Mililani. died June 3, 2002. Born in Honolulu. A member of St.

John Apostle Evangelist Church, Mililani. Survived by son, Sheldon; daughter, Kimberly; two granddaughters; brothers, Mervin Wong, Allen Guzman, Gregory Aguillar, and Orlando and Roland Guzman; sister, Marlene Ebeo. Visitation 5:30 p.m. Monday at Mililani Mortuary Mau-ka Chapel; service 6:30 p.m. Inurnment 8:30 a.m.

Wednesday at Mililani Memorial Park. Aloha attire. JACQUELINE "JACKIE" JAMES, 75, of Honolulu, died May 31, 2002. Born in Atlanta, Ga. Aloha Dive Shop owner.

Survived by brothers, Harrell and Marl Hammette. Service 3 p.m. Sunday on the grassy area next to Aloha Dive Shop In Hawai'i Kai Shopping Center. Arrangements by Hosoi Garden Mortuary. If Mililani Downtown Mortuary 20 South Kukui Street CABLINGA JR.

GUILLERMQ Age 53, of Honolulu, passed away June 2, 2002 at Queen's Medical Center. He was born July 8, 1948 In Honolulu. He was a theatre manager for Kahala, Cinerama, Varsity, Pearl IV and Marina Theatres. He is survived by wife, Theresa Rubio Cablinga; 3 daughters, Marcianna Leina'ala Cablinga of Anaheim, CA, Tracie Ann Ka'iulam Cablinga, Edie Marie Nalani (James) Cablinga Williams Funeral Services. TADAICHI "GEORGE" TANIMITSU, 87, of Honolulu, died June 5, 2002.

Born in Pu'ukoli'i, Maui. Retired as Diamond Head Ambassador Apartments maintenance engineer. Survived by wife, Chieko sons, Gary and Paul; sister, Yuriko Takahashi. Visitation 5 p.m. Monday at PSIolo Hong-wanji; service 6 p.m.

Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary. BEATRICE NATSUKO TAOKA, 70, of Pearl City, died June 4, 2002. Born in Sprecklesville, Maui. Survived by husband, Clarence; daughter, Carolyn Taoka and Jenny Hilscher; brother, Tsutomu Onouye; sister, Jane Koizumi. Service noon Tuesday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary.

DAN B. VILLA, 69, of Royal Kunia, died June 3, 2002. Bom in Sarrat, llo cos Norte, Philippines. Retired master chief petty officer in the U.S. Navy.

Survived by children, Beverly, Danilo, Hyusun, Dickson and Caroline; two grandchildren; mother, Petra; brothers, Dante, Durante and David; sister, Pureza. Visitation 6 p.m. Wednesday at St. Patrick's Catholic Church; service 7 p.m. Burial 10 a.m.

Thursday at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery. Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary. Notices Nuuanu Mortuary FRANCIS THOMAS SOUZA Age 61, of Wahiawa, died June 3, 2002 at Wahiawa General Hospital. Born November 3, 1940 in Kalaheo, Kauai. Employed with Med-Quest, Department of Human Services.

Survived by wife, Alberta; sons, Craig (Reina) and John (Tracy) Souza; daughter, Anna (Bill) Bukoski; mother, Mary Brun Souza; brother, Joe A. (Jane) Souza; sisters, Sr. Grace Michael Souza and Sr. Joan Souza; five granddaughters; three VISITATION FROM 9:30 T0 1 1 :00 AM MONDAY JUNE 10, 2002 AT ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH INWA-IALUA.

MASS 11:00 AM. BURIAL 12:30 PM AT VALLEY OF THE TEMPLES MEMORIAL PARK. NO FLOWERS. CASUAL ATTIRE. Downtown Mortuary 20 South Kukui Street GARMA, ELADIO NAVAL Age 90, of Honolulu, passed away June 2, 2002 in Honolulu.

He was born February 18, 1912 in Cartv iling, Tarlac, Philippines. He is survived by wife, Encarnacion T. Garma; .2 daughters, Carole A. Farm, Judith Styles; sister, Margarita Garma; 4 grandchildren, Kimberly Styles, Scott Styles, Tammy Styles, Alexander Farm. FRIENDS MAY CALL ON MONDAY JUNE 10, 2002 FROM 8:30 AM AT MILILANI DOWNTOWN MORTUARY (20 KUKUI ST.) FUNERAL SERVICE WILL BE HELD AT 10:00 AM.

INTERMENT TO FOLLOW AT 11:00 AM AT MILILANI MEMORIAL PARK. HAWAIIAN MEMORIAL VALLYVIFW3PLOrS, SfMOOEACH OBO. Haw'n Mem. akeside wbeautitul view' 2 Plota W00O. 455-4665, 381 -OSS Hawn Mem-Pali Vw.

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$2300obo. 848-2181 VALLEY ol the Temples Niche tor 6 in temple $50QOodq. 395-3366 leave message Kaneshiro of Anaheim, CA; grandson, Jonathan Edward Kaea Masai Cablinga-Kaneshiro; 3 sisters, Bernadine Ann (Joseph) Dias, Christine Leimomi Cablinga, Leonora "Nora' Cablinga; brother, Joseph Steven (Patt) Bulgo of Martinez, CA; nieces, nephews, grand nieces, grand nephews, aunties, uncles and cousins. Family requests that aloha attire be worn. FRIENDS MAY CALL ON TUESDAY JUNE 11, 2002 FROM 8:30 AM AT STAR OF THE SEA (4470 ALIIKOA ST.) MASS WILL BE HELD AT 10:00 AM.

INTERMENT TO FOLLOW AT 12:30 PM AT MILILANI MEMORIAL PARK. MILDRED ROARK JOHNSON, 89, of Honolulu, died June 3, 2002. Born in Virginia. Graveside service 2 p.m. Monday at Hawaiian Memorial Park.

Arrangements by Ordenstein's Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary. YOSHITO KANESHIRO, 78, of Honolulu, died June 2, 2002. Bom in South Hilo, Hawai'i. A retired cook. Survived by son, Roy; daughters, Corinne Mura-oka and June Yamauchi; five grandchildren.

Service 4 p.m. Sunday at Nuuanu Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire. BERTHA HANAYO KASUGA, 82, of Honolulu, died May 30, 2002.

Bom in Honolulu. Retired self-employed sewing instructor and seamstress. Survived by daughters, Dorothea Fuji-naga and Pamela Okihara; five grandchildren. Service 6 p.m. Tuesday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary.

Aloha attire. HERBERT KEALOHA 67, of El Cajon, formerly of Wai'anae, died May 31, 2002. Born in Ka'au-huhu, North Kohala, Hawai'i, A construction laborer retired from Hawaiian Dredging after 25 years of service. Survived by wife, Shirley Ann; daughter, Tanya Reas; son, Herbert three grandchildren; brothers, Levi and James. Visitation 9:30 a.m.

tomorrow at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Wai'anae; service 11 a.m. Burial 10 a.m. Monday at Hawai'i State Veterans Cemetery. Arrangements by Ordenstein's Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary. FAUESALA UFA 33, of Honolulu, died May 31, 2002.

Born in American Samoa. Survived by wife, Georglna; daughters, Ashley, Leufisa and Baby Georgina; mother, Alefa; brothers, Fanuatanu and Randy Mapu. Visitation 9 a.m. Wednesday at Central Samoan Assembly of God, Kalihi; burial 2 p.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.

Arrangements by Moanalua Mortuary. DAVID "UNCLE DAVID" KALANI MANAKU, 84, of Mililani, died June 4, 2002. Born in Honolulu. Retired from AAFES Maintenance. Survived by wife, Evelyn daughters, Nani Cortez, Patty Kindrick, Sandy Pomazal, Keaioha Manaku and Zina Valencia; eight grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren.

Private service held. Arrangements by Mililani Mortuary. PAUL YOSHIKAZU MATSUO, 84, of Kane'ohe, died May 30, 2002. Born in KeShua, Maul. A civil servant retired from the Navy at Pearl Harbor.

Survived by wife, Jean Misaki; son, Robert; daughters, Pauline and Jo Ann Matsuo; brother, Daniel; sister, Fujiyo Imura. Service 6 p.m. Wednesday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. No flowers. Casual attire.

FRANSICO VINCENT MELLO, 60, of Riverside, formerly of Honolulu, died June 2, 2002. A former Marine stationed at Marine Corps Base Hawai'i, Kane'ohe Bay. Survived by wife, June; son, Vincent; daughters, Vonda Alfsen and Debra Arredondoln three grandchildren. No service inforr mation provided. ROY SAYONG QUEYPO, 61, of .4 'Ewa Beach, died June 1, 2002.

Born in Honolulu. A U.S. Marine Corps veteran and retired manager of.Konae Elevator Co. Survived by wife, Isabel; sons, James "Kimo" and Ryan "Keorii" Queypo, Jeffrey, Robert, Nicolas and Steven Augugliaro; daughters, Laurie Ganibe and Laurelle "Malia" Queypo; brothers, Sonny Mendoza, Paul and Del Angeles, and Arnold Queypo; sisters, Beatrice Wong-Leong and Shirley Tetsutanl; nine grandchildren. Visitation 9 a.m.

Sunday at Mililani Mortuary 9987 871 -9020. DOM and then other listeners reported seeing it in Kalihi Valley, police said. The parked car was spotted on Ala Aolani Place with people around it. When police approached, the male suspect allegedly fled and later was found hiding beneath a house. Witnesses identified him and the girl as the people who had been in the stolen car, police said.

Charges filed in Kailua burglary Charges have been filed against a 25-year-old homeless man in a Wednesday burglary and auto theft case that led police from the Kailua break-in to Waimanalo, where the suspect abandoned the stolen car and was arrested. Justin Augustin was arraigned today in District Court on first-degree burglary and auto theft charges, accused of breaking into a home where a mother and infant were sleeping before he was discovered. His bail was set at a total of $50,000. Help in finding wheelchair sought CrimeStoppers is seeking help in finding an electric wheelchair stolen Tuesday from the front of a Kalihi Kai Elementary School classroom. The wheelchair, an Invacare Electric Model Power 9000 valued at $5,500, was taken between 8:15 and 9 a.m., police said.

It's described as a cream-colored wheelchair with a dark green seat. An orange Pokemon backpack was hung on the handles. A witness reported seeing a slim woman in her 60s, wearing a light dress and carrying an umbrella, pushing a black wheelchair on Dillingham Boulevard near McNeil Street near the school and at about the same time. Anyone with information about this case may call Detective William Estrella, 529-3829, or file an anonymous tip with CrimeStoppers, 955-8300 or CRIME on a cellular phone. pay is about $23,000 and applicants must have a minimum of two years of law enforcement experience, he said.

The six indicted inspectors were placed on administrative leave and that put a strain on commission resources. But Weatherwax said he did not see the staffing shortage as a serious problem. For the past two years Honolulu police have done much of the undercover work at strip bars and cabarets, he said. "We didn't view the fact that we had a reduction of individuals as actually jeopardizing public safety because we were able to quickly rebound and have these people (temporary hires) satisfying our mission," Weatherwax said. 13 tnuinFi ,5 jjfTrir hS JACKIE JAMES, 75 Professional Entertainer and Diving Pioneer Jacqueline James, the "First Lady of Diving in the Hawaiian died Friday, May 31, 2002 after an extended illness.

Born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1927, James went on to become a professional singer and leading iady onstage, For more than 15 years, she traveled between London, New York, and Las Vegas, starring with the likes ot Bob Hope, Gene Barry, Red Skel-ton and Ricardo Montalban. In 1967, James moved to Hawaii and fell in love with diving. After becoming an instructor, she opened Aloha Dive Shop in 1970. She was a pioneer in the sport and developed techniques to allow the handicapped to experience diving. James made more than 8000 dives, and certified more than 5000 students.

James is survived by two brothers, Harrell Hammette and Marl Hammette; and by four nieces and nephews, Elisee Quincey, Michelle Drenberg, Mark Hammette. and Holly Floris. A MEMORIAL SERVICE WILL BE HELD SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 2002 ON THE GRASSY AREA NEXT TO ALOHA DIVE SHOP IN THE HAWAII KAI SHOPPING CENTER AT 3 P.M. zisli Qi its" tiki hoc Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary Waipio Mauka Chapel ISHII, THALIA MAXIMA Age 60, of Mililani, passed away June 3, 2002 at St. Francis Hospice West.

She was born April 27, 1942 in Honolulu. Mrs. Ishii is survived by 1 son, Sheldon (Sheri) Ishii; 1 daughter, Kimberly Ishii (Keala Hanawahine); 2 granddaughters, Caitlin and Ha-nako; 5 brothers, Mervin (Shirley) Wong, Allen Guzman, Gregory Aguilar, Orlando (Dawn) Guzman, Roland Guzman; 1 sister, Marlene Ebeo; numerous nieces and nephews. Mrs, Ishii was a member of St. John Apostle Evangelist Church, Mililani and Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu, Sacred Hearts Academy alumna class of 1960.

Family requests that aloha attire be worn. FRIENDS MAY CALL ON MONDAY JUNE 10, 2002 FROM 5:30 TO 6:30 PM AT MILILANI MORTUARY, MAUKA CHAPEL. MEMORIAL SERVICE AT 6:30 PM. INURNMENT WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY JUNE 12, 2002 AT 6:30 AM AT MILILANI MEMORIAL PARK. liquor: 6 new hires ready to enforce law Attention Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary Waipio Mililani Memorial Park Mortuary -Waipio Mauka Chapel QUEYPO, ROY SAYONG Age 61, of Ewa Beach, Hawaii, passed away June 1, 2002 at Maui Memorial Hospital.

He was bom August 4, 1940 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Mr. Queypo is survived by his beloved wife, Isabel Queypo; 6 sons, James "Kimo" (Kiyono) Queypo, Ryan "Keoni" (Cindy) Queypo, Jeffrey (Maggie) Augugliaro of New York, Robert (Josephine) Augugliaro of England, Nicolas (Demetria) Augugliaro of North Carolina, Steven (Angel) Augugliaro; 2 daughters, Laurie (Art) Ganibe, Laurelle "Malia" Queypo of California; 4 brothers, Sonny (Perla) Mendoza, Paul Angeles, Del (Rosie) Angeles, Arnold (Maggie) Queypo; 2 sisters, Beatrice (Stephen) Wong-Leong, Shirley Tetsutani; 9 grandchildren; nieces, nephews and cousins. Mr. Queypo was a member of the Elks Club, veteran U.S.M.C., retired manger at Kone Elevator Company.

Family requests that casual attire be worn. FRIENDS MAY CALL ON SUNDAY JUNE 9, 2002 FROM 9:00 TO 11:00 AM AT MILILANI MEMORIAL PARK MORTUARY, MAUKA CHAPEL. FUNERAL SERVICE TO BE HELD AT 11 00 AM. INURNMENT WILL BE PRIVATE. HRfilSJL EtflGfflbGis Through a national agreement with the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, HMSA members are entitled to these services and supplies at Beltone Hearing Care Centers.

25 Off Hearing Aids Free 2 year warranty Free lifetime service Free year of Batteries with Hearing Aid Purchase Free Hearing Test "Beltone the most trusted name in hearing care" Beltone Helping the world hear better Kaimuki Aiea Maui FROM PAGE Bl to Weatherwax. A seventh temporary hire is a retired commission inspector who specialized in licensing. He began work immediately, Weath-erwax said. The inspectors, who are on contract to work 89 days for about $3,000 a month, bring the liquor commission inspection force to 14. Weatherwax said that has been the typical manning level for the past five years.

"We will continue to maintain a strong presence and we'll get over the hump," Weatherwax said. He added that today is the deadline to apply for four permanent inspector positions. Starting DAN FOX ASSOCIATES 394-0533 Oi zuii' to; is? -fcr Till lilir HAVERLUCK, WILLIAM MICHAEL Age 77, of Sunset Beach, passed away May 29, 2002 at Kahuku Hospital. He was born March 30, 1925 in Wilton, North Dakota and retired from the US Navy as a Chief Petty Officer. He is survived by his beloved wife, Mary Fusako Haveriuck; 1 step-son, Henry F.

(Bertha) Mundon of Hilo; 3 stepdaughters, Annie-Rose Mundon, Arlene (Robert) Larson, Janice (James) Martin of Kauai; 6 grandchildren, Dawn, Jeffery, Chad, Liv, Wesley and Phillip; 2 brothers, Paul Haveriuck, Ferde-nand Haveriuck both of California; 1 sister, Renia Haveriuck of California. PRIVATE MEMORIAL SERVICES WERE HELD. 732-5223 488 Place your funeral announcements here. For more information, Call 521-9111 Benefits of Manig aids vary by type and degree of hearing loss, nrase ironment accuracy at hearing and proper tt. C20O2 Beltone Electronics Corporation An Association of Independent Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans.


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