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C8 OBITUARIES HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2005 Leoncia Aglibut Jan. 27, 2005 Leoncia Aglibut, 98, of Ka-paa, Kauai, died at home. She was born in Santa Maria, Ilocos Sur, the Philippines. She is survived by sons Domingo and Constantino; daughters Cristeta Dasugo, Victoria Dato and Cecilia Soriano; 37 grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. Mass: 11 a.m. Friday at St. Catherine Catholic Church in Kapaa. Call after 9 a.m. Burial to follow at church cemetery. Casual attire. Dennis Eugene Arms Jan. 25, 2005 Dennis Eugene Arms, 54, of Pahala, Hawaii, a Pahala Elementary School counselor and Kau High School teacher, died in Kona Community Hospital. He also was a former Coca-Cola employee in Minneapolis, Minn., and professional photographer. He was born in La-Crosse, Wis. He is survived by mother Doris Eggert, brother Thomas and sister Sharon Ko-blenski. Mass: 7 p.m. Friday at Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Pahala. Call after 6 p.m. Casual attire. Mi I i Ian i Mortuary Mauka Chapel PENELOPE "PENNY" LEINAALA KAWEWEHI Age 66, of Waianae, passed away on January 16, 2005 at Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center. She was bom on August 7, 1938 in Honolulu. She is survived by father, Eugene Ribuca; son, David K. (Sally Jane) Kawewehi; brother, James S.K. Lau; 2 grandchildren, Danenquinten Kawewehi, Sarah Kawewehi; hanai nieces, Sydney-Lynn Ribuca, Melanie Ribuca; nieces, nephews, and cousins. Visitation 9:30 am Friday (Feb. 4) at Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel; Funeral Service 11:30 am. Burial 12:30 pm at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel ABIGAIL THERESA R03ELLO Age 71, of Ewa Beach, passed away on January 27, 2005 at her residence. She was born on August 29, 1933 in Honolulu. Mrs. Robello was a Substitute Teacher and was a Veteran of the United States Navy. She is survived by sons, Keith A. (Ann) Robello, Kim A. (Agnes) Robello; daughters, Katharine H. Ignacio, Mary M.K. (Edward) Matias; brother, Joseph M. Durante; sister, Anita E. (Kenneth J.) Oliver; 7 grandchildren, Misty, Keoki, Erica, Joseph, Dawnielle, Edward, Justin; 2 great-grandchildren, Caitlin, Braxton; aunt, uncle and numerous nieces and nephews. Visitation 9 am Friday (Feb 4) at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; Prayer Service 10:30 am. Committal Service 1 pm at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl). Aloha attire. David Kenneth Rice David Kenneth Rice died peacefully at home in Kendalia, on January 29, 2005. Bom on July 23, 1947, his father was Rudy Rice a prominent San Antonio trial lawyer, builder, rancher, and Army Air Corps pilot during World War II. David's mother, Caroline Rice, veteran world traveler, lives in Honolulu, Hawaii. David Rice attended Alamo Heights High School, California College of Arts in Oakland, California and San Antonio College of San Antonio, Texas where he obtained an Associate of Arts Degree. He studied for a degree in finance and real estate at U.T.S.A. His broad educational background explains something of the extent of his multifarious interests and knowledge. Once started on subjects of David's interests, such as Gardening or Texas history, David's perfectionism came through in the depth of his knowledge. He is survived by his wife, Joy Michele Shiels Rice, and son Michael David Rice, of Kendalia; his mother Caroline Rice of Honolulu; brothers Greg Rice of Santa Barbara, and Torque Rice of Texas; nephews, Bob Rice of Hawaii, Ryan Shiels, Aaron Shiels, Thomas Shiels, Philip Shiels and Leo Mares of Australia; nieces, Roxane Rice of Kerrville, Regina Rice of Los Angeles, Lauren Shiels, Nicole Shiels, and Eliza Shiels of Australia. David served four years in the Air Force during the Viet Nam War. Upon discharge, he worked with his Dad & Brother in managing a 412 apartment complex on the southeast side of San Antonio. David spent his weekends at their 2,000 acre ranch, formerly owned by Sam Berry, currently owned by Dr. Schweppe. Joy came into his life when David's mother discovered her in the middle of Australia during her travels there. It was love at first sight and they were married in 1978. David lived a full and happy life. He enjoyed doing the things he loved best: living the rural life and spending time with his family. On March 17, 1983, The Rices bought Nora arid Frank Heidrich's house, on FM3351 in Kendalia. During his next stage of life, David applied his many artistic and practical talents to remodeling and renovating buildings, starting with his own home. After realizing his need for a personal relationship with God, David sought to PUT LJOCJ nisi in Ills Hie aiiu naa wrwi volunteered his services tor Duiiaing tne tsoerne biDie unurcn. He was a member and a former Deacon there. David had integrity; he was loyal, honest, kind and generous. He had a gentle and loving nature which he lavished upon all, but particularly the second "joy" of his life, Michael. David poured himself into his son, anxious that he should grasp the vales of life and woridview from his Dad. The family wishes to thank his sister-in-law Elizabeth Muir Chamberlain, and her husband Carl Chamberlain for their dedicated and loving care; as well as VistaCare of Kerrville. Special thanks goes out to Donny Turner for just "being there for him," and the Boeme Bible Church members who kept him in their hearts and prayers. A graveside service will be held on Thursday, February 3, 2005 at 3:00 p.m. at the Jones Cemetery in Kendalia, officiated by Bernard Briscoe. Following a balloon release at the graveside, family and friends will be celebrating David's life, at the Kendalia Volunteer Fire Department. All are invited. Come prepared to share your memories of David. In case of inclement weather the service will be conducted at the Kendalia Volunteer Fire Department. In lieu of flowers memorials will be accepted by: Kendalia Volunteer Fire Department, P.O. Box 382, Kendalia, TX 78027, and VistaCare Hospice of Kerrville, 420 Water Street, Kerrville, TX 78028, or Compassion International, Colorado Springs, CO. 80997-0001 To leave a message or tribute for the family, please visit www.vaughanfuneralhome.com and select the obituary icon. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Vaughan's Funeral Home of Boeme, TX. Alma Leilanl Reed Aton Jan. 17,2005 Alma Leilani Reed Aton, 62, of Kailua, a retired Honolulu Board of Water Supply accountant, died at home. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by sons Jeff "Scotty" and Dana; mother Elsie T. Reed; brothers Edward, John, Roy and Dennis Reed; and four grandchildren. Services: 1 1 a.m. Saturday at Nuuanu Memorial Park and Mortuary, east chapel. Call after 9 a.m. Private scattering of ashes. Aloha attire. No flowers. Doris Masae Nishikl Bras Jan. 24, 2005 Doris Masae Nishiki Bras, 94, of Kokomo, Maui, a homemaker, died in Wahiawa General Hospital Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She was born in Hanalei, Kauai. She is survived by son James; daughters Shirley Oni-shi, Merlin Chambers and Carolyn Ho; brother James Nishiki; 15 grandchildren; 17 greatgrandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren. Mass: 10:30 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Makawao Maui. Call after 9:30 a.m. Burial: 1 1:30 a.m. at church cemetery. Casual attire. FUNERAL JULIA MAE PIILANI KAUI Age 76, of Kihei, Maui, passed away January 25, 2005 at her residence. Mrs. Kaui was born on May 3, 1928 in Honolulu. She was an administrator with the University of Hawaii. She is survived by son, Charles Kaui III; daughter, Charlene Leimamo (William) Kin Choy; sister, Maile Ng; 9 grandchildren; 12 great grandchildren. Mass at Our Lady of Good Counsel, Pearl City on Saturday, February 5, 2005. Visitation 1 1 am to 12 noon. Mass at 12:00 noon. Luncheon to follow. Casual attire. Family requests no flowers. In Memorium Joan Young Evans Oct. 24, 1926 - Feb. 02, 2004 It's hard fo believe a year has gone by since you died. You're still a huge part of all of our lives. Not a day passes that a thought, a smile or chuckle doesn't come into our lives when we think of you. We miss you, Mom. We love you. You are in hearts. Enjoy the sunsets, the sunrises and know we are thinking of you always. Aloha, Your keikis uicsaou in every nay as a ibsuii. uaviu Hilda Kaleimomi Breithaupt Jan. 22, 2005 Hilda Kaleimomi Breithaupt, 64, of Naalehu, Hawaii, a Mac Farms of Hawaii macadamia nut sorter, died in Hilo Medical Center. She was born in Hilo. She is survived by husband Augustine; son Ryan; hanai son Thomas De-Coito Sr.; hanai daughter Winona "Ala" Reyes; brother Clarence "Spida" Kahele; sisters Winifred Batalona, Gladys "Eva" DeCoito, Beatrice "Nani" Cho and Stella and Diane Kahele; hanai sister Emmaline Johnasen; six grandchildren; and six greatgrandchildren. Services: 7 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. Saturday at Naalehu Assembly of God Church. Call after 6 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. Saturday. Burial to follow at Naalehu Community Cemetery. Casual attire. George Oliver Clark Jan. 28, 2005 George Oliver Clark, 84, of Honolulu, a retired Alberto Culver Co. regional sales manager, died in Kaiser Medical Center. He was born in Dublin, Ireland. He is survived by wife Naomi; sons Brian, Lance and Oliver; daughters Leslie Lundgren and Debra Mauga; brother Patrick Balfe; sisters Sylvia Mullen and Anna NOTICES Mililani Memorial Park & Mortuary MARAEA NAKSOONIE HONG Age 65, of Makakilo, passed away on January 26, 2005 at St. Francis Medical Center West. She was born on July 30, 1939 in Wahiawa. Mrs. Hong was a graduate of Leilehua High School, Class of 1957. She was a member ef the Spinster and the Makakilo Hawaiian Civic Club. She served many years in the Cub Scouts program, and was a devoted member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. She is survived by husband, Sedanne K.S. Hong; sons, Danny C.H. (Christy) Hong of Makawao, Maui, Danton K.S. (Ilima) Hong of Lahaina, Maui, Danford H.S. Hong; daughters, LeiAnn K. (Kevin) Kaimikaua, LoriAnn K. Hong; brothers, Joseph N.K. Kim, John N.Y. Kim of Portland, Oregon, Ferry N.S. Kim, Walter N.P. Kim, Edward N.S. Kim, Wayne B. Kim; sisters, Marion N.K. Sedlak of San Antonio, Texas, Cecilia N.S. Baber, of El Cajon, California; 12 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild. Visitation 5 pm Friday (Feb 4) at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Makakilo 1st Ward (92-900 Makakilo Dr.); Wake Service 8 pm. Burial 11am Saturday (Feb 5) at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. No flowers please. Borthwick Mortuary ERNESTINE MENDONCA WALTERS OAKS Age 99, of Aina Haina and Kailua, passed away on January 23, 2005. "Ernie" was born in Honolulu, Hawaii on April 6, 1905. She was a retired Telephone Switchboard Operator of Alexander & Baldwin Company. Also, worked many years for the former Hawaiian Telephone Company. She is the widow of the late U.S. Navy, Lt. Commander, Leslie Charles Oaks. She is survived by sons, Lewis Walters of Kailua and Dr. Wesley Walters of Halfmoon Bay, CA and daughter, Yvonne Dias of Coppell, TX; 12 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren; sisters, Dora Bednarski and Elsie Jones of San Diego, CA. Ernie is also the mother of the late Architect, George Scherer Walters, M-ASLA. Services will be held at the columbarium of Punchbowl, National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific at 11:30 a.m., Friday, February 4, 2005. Informal attire. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to one's favorite charity. In Loving Lily Kanalu "Porkchop" Kau Passed away peacefully on January 3, 2005, at the age of 81, in Alameda, California. She was the daughter of the late Kong Kau of Kohala, Hawaii, and Lily Makalena of Waialae, Oahu, and devoted sister to the late Arthur, Alice Leiwalo, Sony, Dick, Pauahi, Kulina, Hazel Paresa, Girlie Lincoln, Wendell and Eleanor Leveloff Faulkner. A loving auntie to everyone, she is survived by her brother Rudy Kau, sisters Bemice Park and Rose Torres, islands ohana, many nieces and nephews and their families and a multitude of friends. She was known by her relatives as Auntie Nalu and to her many old time friends as Porkchop. After attending McKinley High School, Auntie Nalu served 29 years with the Naval Supply Center at Pearl Harbor. She lived nearly all her life in Kaneohe near the majestic Koolau Mountains she adored. Auntie Nalu enjoyed a skosh of Seagrams 7 with plenty of kanikapila with her ukulele and guitar friends all the while singing "and my shoes keep walking back to me." The KauSmith campsite at Pokai Bay was open for business all day and all night each summer providing lots of fond memories for everyone. She spent the last two years in Alameda, California, sharing her aloha for the islands with friends, fellow members of the senior center and loyal volunteers of the Alameda Meals on Wheels program. She pursued her passion for travel by driving all the way to Las Vegas from San Francisco just after her 79th birthday. There was never too much holoholo for her. Auntie Nalu will forevermore be remembered by her jolliness, her warm smile, her independent nature, her kindness, her effervescent style and her everlasting love for music which she sang so enthusiastically, especially when playing her signature songs such as "whywhywhywhycause I love you thats why ooh ooh sweet thing love you baby oohooh. She retained her zest for life and her feisty spirit to the end. Auntie Nalu will be deeply missed by all who loved and cared for her. At her request, no services will be held and her ashes scattered at sea, for which a time and place will be determined. Reid; and five grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Friday at Star of the Sea Catholic Church. Call after 9 a.m. Private inurnment. Loui.se Mason Edwards . Jan. 18, 2005 Louise Mason Edwards, 98, of Seattle died in Seattle. She was born in Albany, Ore. Services held. Angeline Rawlins Enos Jan. 25, 2005 Angeline Rawlins Enos, 81, of Honolulu, a retired Hilton Hawaiian Village food and beverage cashier, died in St. Francis-West Hospice. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by husband Ernest, son Roy, daughter La-Verne Gouveia, brother Robert Rawlins, sisters "June Azevedo and Carol Rawlins, three grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Services: 11 a.m. Saturday at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Call after 9:30 a.m. Committal services: 10 a.m. Monday at Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery, Kaneohe. Casual attire. Aurora Eugenio Galutira Jan. 23, 2005 Aurora Eugenio Galutira, 90, of Eleele, Kauai, a homemaker, Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel KYOKO UEMURA KEALOHA Of Kapolei, passed away January 27, 2005 at St. Francis Hospice West. She was bom on January 3, 1930 in Korea. Mrs. Kealoha was a retired Clothing Designer and also a retired Tour Coordinator. She is survived by husband, Harry H. Kealoha Jr.; son, Cary H.K. Kealoha of Las Vegas, Nevada; brother, Taketo of Kobe, Japan; sister, Kazuko of Kobe, Japan; nieces and nephews. Visitation 5:30 pm Thursday (Feb 3) at Mililani Mortuary Makai Chapel; Memorial Service 6:30 pm. Casual attire. These are paid notices that announce funeral services and allow family members to write their own remembrances. The Legal Advertising Department handles Funeral Notices. For Information, call 529-4344 or 529-4825 Mililani Downtown Mortuary CONCEPCION BATTAD COSTALES Age 94, of Honolulu, passed away January 14, 2005 at Pearl City Nursing Home. She was bom on December 8, 1910 in San Sebastian, San Vicente, Ilocos Sur, Philippines. Mrs. Costales was a member of Filipino Catholic Club of Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa, Magsingal Association of Hawaii. She is survived by son, Constancio Costales of Philippines; daughter, Cristina Costales of Philippines; hanai sons, Florian (Elisa) Tugade, Ray (Shirley) Tugade; hanai daughter, Rerny Butac; sister-in-law, Lazara Tugade; nephews, Anacleto Battad Jr. of Oregon, Alwin Battad of Salt Lake City, Utah, Alex Battad; nieces, Arlene Battad Kon of Kauai, Angie Battad Rogers of Kauai, Maileanne Battad Kaopuiki of Molokai; hanai grandchildren, Flordeliza (Marvin) Lagunoy, Romelani (Gary) Kauwe, Jeffrey Butac; and other numerous nieces and nephews. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Friday (Feb. 4) at Mililani Downtown Mortuary, Service 7:00 p.m. Visitation again 8:30 a.m. Saturday (Feb. 5) at Co-Cathedral of St. Theresa, Mass 9:30 a.m. Burial 11:00 a.m. at Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Casual attire. Memory V died in Mahelona Samuel Memorial Hospital. She was born in Laoag, Ilocos Norte, the Philippines. She is survived by sons Washington and Willie Miguel Sr., daughters Candeiaria Do- nato and Filomena Delos Santos, 20 grandchildren and 30 greatgrandchildren. Services: 7 p.m. Friday at Garden Island Mortuary. Call after 6 p.m. Mass: 11 a.m. Saturday at Holy Cross Catholic; Church. Call after 9 a.m. Burial to follow at Hanapepe Public Cemetery. Casual attire. Raymond Kananionapua Grace Jan. 19, 2005 r i Raymond Kananionapua Grace, 67, of Ewa Beach, a retired Ewa Villa maintenance worker, died in St. Francis-West Medical Center. He was born in South Kona. He is survived by wife Elaine, son Ernest, brothers Wilfred and Francis Jr., and . three grandchildren. Services: 1 p.m. Saturday at 91-495-B Ewa Beach Road. Casual attire. Maraea Naksoonie Hong Jan. 26, 2005 Maraea Naksoonie Hong, 65, of Makakilo, died In St. Francis-West Medical Center. She was born In Wahiawa. She is survived by husband Sedanne K.S.; sons Danny C.H., Danton K.S. and Danford H.S.; daughters LeiAnn K. Kaimikaua and LoriAnn K. Hong; brothers Joseph N.K., John N., Ferry N.S., Walter N.P., Edward N.S. and Wayne B. Kim; sisters Marion N.K. Sedlak and Cecilia N.S. Baber; 12 grand-, children; and a great-grandchild. Services: 8 p.m. Friday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, First Ward., 92-900 Makakilo Drive. Call after 5 p.m. Burial: 11 a.m. Saturday at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. No flowers. Penelope Leinaala Kawewehi Jan. 16, 2005 Penelope Leinaala "Penny" Kawewehi, 66, of Waianae died in Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by father Eugene Ribuca, son David K., brother James S.K. Lau and two grandchildren. Services: 11:30 a.m. Friday at Mililani Mortuary-Waipio, mauka chapel. Call after 9:30 a.m. Burial: 12:30 p.m. at Mililani Memorial Park. Casual attire. Kyoko Uemura Kealoha Jan. 27, 2005 Kyoko Uemura Kealoha, 75, of Kapolei, a retired clothing designer and tour coordinator, died in St. Francis-West Hospice. She was born in Korea. She is survived by husband Harry H. Jr., son Cary H.K., brother Taketo and sister Kazuko. Services: 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Mililani Mortuary-Waipio, makai chapel. Call after 5:30 p.m. Casual attire. Giichi Miwa Jan. 20, 2005 Giichi Miwa, 96, of Honolulu, a retired Paradise Venetian Blind Co. owner, died in Kuakini Geriatric Care Inc. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by daughter Jeanette M.; brothers Robert M., James K., Ronald I. and Ernest M.; sisters Dorothy S. Toyama, Myrtle C. Hamaoka and Grace Y. Fukutomi; two grandchildren; and five greatgrandchildren. Services: 6 p.m. Thursday at Hosoi Garden Mortuary. Call after 5 p.m. Casual attire. No flowers. JiroOgawa Jan. 28, 2005 Jiro Ogawa, 87, of Honolulu, a retired city Traffic Violations Mr Recent, sweeping tax and linancial changes have opened up 7 financial and tax opportu- nities that could be worth thousands, or even tens of thousands of dollars to many retirees, Due to the fact that these changes are so recent, many top financial advisors and tax professionals haven't yet learned of them. These new opportunities may allow many retirees to: Reduce Or Eliminate Taxes On Their IRA's Or Other Retirement Accounts Eliminate The Need To Take Required Minimum Distributions On Their IRA's ' Conwrt Their IRA To A Tax Free Account Without The Roth Conversion Tax Increase Yields in Investments From 20 to 300 Reduce Or Eliminate Tax On Social Security Income Inearth The Little-Known Hidden Equity In 'Dormant Assets' These strategies will be outlined in detail at an upcoming seminar to be held on ruesAiy, February I V 2fKjS at Ala Vimsi Hotel in the Garden Imrt Room. 410 .Atkinson Dr., HoncJuhi, Bureau clerk, died at home. He was born in Honolulu. He is survived by wife Clara K.; son Miles; daughters Clare Kanoya and Valerie Frazier; brothers Hoichl, Seiji and Richard; sisters Chiyeko Hayamoto and Gladys Ogawa; and 11 grandchildren. Services: 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Honpa Hongwanji Hawaii Be-tsuin. Casual attire. No flowers. Abigail Theresa Robeilo Jan. 27, 2005 Abigail Theresa Robello, 71. of Ewa Beach, a substitute teacher and U.S. Navy veteran, died at home. She was born in Honolulu. She is survived by sons Keith A and Kim A, daughters Katherine H. Ignacio and Mary M.K. Matias, brother Joseph M. Durante, sister Anita E. Oliver, seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services: 10:30 a.m. Friday at Mililani Mortuary-Waipio, makai chapel. Call after 9 a.m. Committal services: 1 p.m. at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Punchbowl. Aloha attire. Shigeko You Jan. 27, 2005 Shigeko You, 73, of Kailua, a homemaker, died in Kailua. She was born in Nangao Ken, Japan. She is survived by husband Richard "Kedon," sons Richard A. and Lee A., and brother Shizuo Sasaki. Services: 7 p.m. Saturday at Hawaiian Memorial Park. Call after 6 p.m. Graveside services: 1 1 a.m. Monday at the cemetery. Aloha attire. No flowers. DEATHS ELSEWHERE Bill Shadel, who covered D-Day for CBS Radio during World War II and was the first host of "Face the Nation," died Saturday. He was 96. Shadel died at an assisted-living home outside Seattle, relatives and associates said. Shadel, who worked with Edward R. Murrow, Walter Cronkite, Eric Sevareid and Howard K. Smith at CBS, also moderated the third presidential debate between Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy in 1960. Shadel started his career as a National Rifle Association correspondent. He became editor of the group's magazine the American Rifleman and in 1943 , assigned himself to Europe where he was quickly recruited by Murrow to help cover the war for CBS. Shadel was one of 28 Ameri-, can journalists to give firsthand reports on the D-Day landings. After the war, Shadel worked at WTOP-TV in Washington, D.C., as a reporter for Cronkite, who was then an anchor of the local news show. After helping to launch "Face the Nation" on CBS, he became anchor of the ABC evening news. Coley Wallace, who knocked out Rocky Marciano in an amateur boxing bout and portrayed Joe Louis in two movies, died Sunday of heart failure, his attorney and friend Raymond Sussman said. He was 77. Wallace had a record of 20-7-0 in six years as a professional, but his most memorable moment came as an amateur in 1948, when he defeated Marciano in the New York Golden Gloves tournament. It is believed that the defeat was the only loss ever by Marciano, who went on to win the heavyweight championship and was unbeaten in 49 fights. Wallace is best known for twice portraying Joe Louis on film, once in "The Joe Louis Story" in 1953 and again in Martin Scorsese's "Raging Bull" in 1980. K1 Hie senunar. with complimentary conunen- tal breakfast nil begin at 9 )0 AM and conclude promptly at 11:00 AM. Due to the proprietary nature of the information that will be presented, those who attend will be required to sign a non-dis- dosenon-compele agreement. Trie information revealed at this meeting Is designed for those with at least $300,000 in investment assets. If you hare at least $300,000 in investment assets, you are invited to call the 24 hour seminar reservation hotline at j --99-76 ext. 24(1 1 to request your free tickets. you may makm. w.uriesofliawaii.com to request your tickets. For this seminar only, the first 20 households to Kffmt win 2(K,4 1 Min( Proof Quarter? Collector Set. This seminar is information only in nature and there will be no sales presentation. Tickets for this event to learn of these little known strategies will be strictly limited with qualifying reservations taken on a first come first served basis. Additional Guarantee: fy meet the minimum attendance qualifications listed above, and, alter attending don't learn of at least one strategy that will put a minimum of $5,000 in your pocket, fust let us know, and we'll gladly pay you $100 for wasting your lime. : -4.".: sal

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