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a THE TAMPA TIMES, Monday, February 1 19, 1973 Tampa Bay Tempo Movie clock Recreation See movie ads in this section. TAMPA: "Across 110th Street" 2:10, 4, 5:50, 7:40, 9:30 (R) FLORIDA: "Reefer Madness" 2:50, 4:30, 6:10, 7:50, 9:30 (R) BRITTON: "Train Robbers" 1:40, 3:40 5:40, 8, 10 (PG) HILLSBOROUGH "The Wizard of Oz," 1:30, 3:30 (G); "Jeremiah Johnson" 1:30, 3:30, 5:35, 7:35, 9:40 (PG) PALACE: "Diamonds Are Forever" 2:30, 7:10, "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" 4:35, 9:15 (PG) HORIZON PARK 1: "The Poseidon Adventure," 6, 8:30 (PG) HORIZON PARK 2: "Young Winston." 7 (PG) HORIZON PARK 3: "The Mechanic," 6:45, 8:45 (PG) HORIZON PARK 4: "The Heartbreak Kid," 6:30, 8:30 (PG) TWIN BAYS 1: "The Heartbreak Kid," 6, (PG). TWIN 2: "Wilderness Journe," 6, 8:15 (G) TWIN BAYS 3: "Lady Sings the Blues," 7 (R) TWIN BAYS 4: "Child's Play," 6:15, 8:15, TRANSLUX: "Bedknobs and Broomsticks," 7, 9 (G) AUSTIN CINEMA: "Across 110th Street" 2. 4, 10 (R) DRIVE INS "Tarzan FUN and LAN: the "'The Great Red River," 7, 10:10, "Wil- 0: lerness Journey," 8:35 20th CENTURY: "Portnoys plaint," 7, 10:50, "Catch 22," 8:50 (R) GRAPHIC BATTLE OF IWO JIMA PACIFIC FEB-19 2-11 1973 ATLANTIC juit no FEATURES devell 1945 DALE MABRY: "The Last House on the Left," 7, 10:40, Sade, "8:40 (R) TOWER: "The Heartbreak Kid," 7, 11:05, "Sicilian Clan," 9 (PG) HILLSBOROUGH "Lady Killers of Rome," 7:10, "Dog Eat Dog," 9:10, "Girl Hunters," 10:40 (R) PARK: "Portnoys Complaint," 7, 10:50, "Catch 22," 8:50 (R) ture," "The St. Valentine's SKYWAY: I "The Poseidon AdvenDay Massacre," 9:05 (PG) CLEARWATER 1: "Sounder," 6:30, CLEARWATER 8:30 CLEARWATER 2:, "The Mechanic," "CLEARWATER 3: "Shamus," 6, 8 4: "Poseidon Adventure," (PG) GULF-TO-BAY: "Blacula" 7, "Slaughter" 8:42, "Unholy Rollers" 10:24 CAPITAL: "Deliverance" TRANSLUX: "Jeremiah Johnson" 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 (PG) LAKELAND DRIVE-IN: "Silent Running," (G), "Wilderness Journey," 8:40 (G), "The Doberman Gang," 10:25 (PG) GROVE CINEMA: "Heartbreak Kid" 7:30, 9:30 (PG) POLK: "Train Robbers" IMPERIAL CINEMA "Where Does It Hurt?" 2:10, 4:10, 6:10, 6:10, 10 (R) IMPERIAL CINEMA A Space Odyssey" 2:30, 5:45, 8:45 (G) Left" 10:10, "Mark of the Devil" 8:40 DRIVE-IN: "Last House on the (R) 7, SILVERMOON: "The ulture" 7, "Zaat" 8:45, "The Deadly Bees" 10:35 ArG) LAKE WALES DRIVE-IN: "Trinity Is My, Name," 7, 10:50, "Macro 9:10 (PG) NEW PORT RICHEY SOUTHGATE: "The Getaway," 2, 7, a 9:10 (PG) PLANT CITY STARLITE: "The Gang That to Couldn't Shoot Straight" 8:45, 12, "A Gunfight" 10:31 (PG) MALL: "Everything seXou.

Always Wanted to Know About 2, 8 (R) RUSKIN DRIVE-IN: "Last House on the Left," 7, "Mark of the Devil," 8:40 (R) ST. PETERSBURG MUSTANG DRIVE-IN: "Love Story" 8:3 or A Columbus" 10:25 (R) STATE: "Across 110th Street" PLAZA "Cabaret," 2, 4:42, 7:07, 9:32 (PG) PLAZA Il: "Train Robbers" 1:33, 3:12, FIFTH 4:51, 6:30, AVE. 8:09, CINEMA: 9:41 (PG) a "Casting Call" 8, "Babette" 9. (X) GULF-TO-BAY: "Joe Kidd" 8:15, 11:45, "Sometimes a Great Notion" 9:05 (PG) PALMS: "Casting Call" 8, "Babette" 9 (X) CENTURY'S MALL: "Sounder" 1:10, 28TH ST. DRIVE-IN: "Brewster 5:20, 7:25, 9:25.

Cloud" 7, "Gimme Shelter" 8:50, "Zachariah" 10:20 (R). DOLPHIN: "Clockwork Orange" TYRONE "Young 2:45, 5:30, 8:15 (PG) TYRONE TI: "Poseidon Adventure," 1:15. 3:45. 6:15, 8:45 (PG) TYRONE III: "Sounder," 1:45, 6:15. 8:30 (G) TYRONE IV: "Clockwork Orange," 3, 5:45, 8:30 (R) TYRONE "Man of La Mancha," 2 5.

8 (PG) TYRONE VI: "Man Of La Mancha," 2, 5, 8 (PG) CROSSROADS: "Shamus" 2:10, 4:05, 6:05, 8:10 (PG) TYRONE THEATER: "Across 110th Street" 1:25, 3:25, 5:30, 7:30, 9:35 (R) TARPON SPRINGS MALL: "The French Connection" 7, 10:40, "Vanishing Point" 8:55 (R). TARPON SPRING MIDWAY: "Common Law Cabin," 7, 9:25, "Mafia Girls," 8:10, 10:35 (R) WINTER HAVEN HAVENDALE DRIVE-IN: "Wilderness Journey" 7, "The Savage Wild" 8:53, "Rio Lobo" 10:41 (G) The Now Society Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973 STAMPS James A. Stansel, 233-6811, Tampa Collectors Club. Call for further information.

Today University of South Florida Basketball VS. Birmingham-Southern, p.m., Curtis Hixon Hall. Women's tennis, University of Tampa vs. Florida Southern, at Tampa, 2:30 p.m. Tampa Recreation Department physlcal fitness classes five week course for women, 9 to 10 a.m., register today, Mona Testa-Secca, Seminole Center.

All Tampa Recreation playground areas hold Yo-yo contest this week. Winners go to finals March 24. seminar, 7:30 p.m., Forest Hills "Help for, Parents," start of 6 week Center. Tuesday Men's tennis, University of Tampa vs. St.

Petersburg Coast Guard, at Tampa, 2 p.m. Wrestling, 8:30 p.m., Fort Homer Hesterly Armory. Thursday West Shore Elementary School P.T.A. spaghetti supper, 5 to 8 p.m., 7110 S. West Shore Blvd.

University of Tampa V. Eckerd College golf match at Pasadena, p.m. Women's tennis, University of Tampa V. Rollins College at Tampa, 2 p.m. University of Tampa Women's Club potluck dinner and talent show, Rathskeller or Ballroom.

Meetings Today Exchange Club of Tampa, 12:15 Clen- p.m., Sheraton-Tampa, speaker Jim dinen on "His Trip to China." Tuesday "New Directions for Women Investigation into University of South Florida University Center, room 252, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., $5 registration, 974-2403, Also Feb. 19 at St. Petersburg campus. Metropolitan Development Agency, Model Cities area meetings, Area (West Tampa) at 7:30 p.m., West Tampa Branch Office, at 1802 Albany; Area Lake Avenue (Lake Branch Avenue) Office, 7:30 3310 TE: Lake Ave.

Beta Sigma Phi, Preceptor Iota Chapter, meeting, 8 p.m., Leona home St. of Mrs. Harold Bankston, 4001 Wednesday Temple Terrace Women's Club coffee for prospective members. 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., in the home of Mrs.

William E. Tucker. Lectures Today All College Lecture: "Ethical Problems Raised by John Wren-Lewis, New College, Auditorium, at Eckerd 7:30 College Dendy McNair p.m. TIP TIP Turn in a (drug) Pusher A narcotics prevention program in cooperation with the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Department and the Tampa Police Department, TIP will operate phone service between 1 to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday to accept mation about suspected drug pushers.

Identities will be kept secret, and informants can receive rewards of from $100 to $500 upon conviction. The TIP number is 229-6445. Emergencies Ambulances. Inc. 223-1551.

St. Joseph's Hospital 877-8161. University Community Hospital, 971-6410. Civil Defense 223-1611 Tampa (emergency number) 223-8521. POLICE Oldsmar 223-4844 Florida Highway Patrol 239-1101.

Hillsborough County Sheriff 228-7311 Temple Terrace 988-5117 Plant City Police Department 752-3131 FIRE Tampa 223-4211. Land 0'Lakes 949-1314 Lutz 949-1211 Oldsmar 855-1121 Temple Terrace 988-2001. Volunteer Departments of Hills borough County 223-5544. To report a forest fire, 689-2712. Bay Life news Fer news, announcements, notices and other information you would like to see appear in Bay Life, contact the following people: Charlotte Astor, staff writer 234-7868 Susan Denley, Ciubs, 224-7866 Mary Coolidge, TV, church 224-7740 Bob Martin, art 234-7740 Gay Kennedy Branch, weddings and engagements Tampa Bay Tempo.

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33001. What is it, Winslow? Xerox? Chrysler? de Pasco? Giant Yellowknife? Kentucky Chicken? Hillsborough AYS, Anton, 81, 1511 E. Hanna Feb. 18 BAISDEN, Mrs. Margaret Varnedae, 74, 3914 Kenwood Feb.

18. BRYANT, Elnora 75, 2610 Corrine Feb. 17 BULLOCK, Leslie 75, Michigan Trailer Park, Tampa, Feb. 16. CAMPBELL, Mrs.

Janie 87, Brandon. DUNLAP, Mr. Samuel 80, Riverview, Feb. 17. FRANTZ, Mrs Mamye 2504 Ridgewood Ave.

FREEMAN, Mrs. Hattie 87, 2117 Southview, Feb. 15. GENTILE, Mrs Rosa Costa, 91, 3601 Dale, Feb. 17.

GOFF, Mrs. Marie "Mamie," 87, Plant City, Feb. 17. GRAY, Mrs. Ruby 68, 3705 Darwin, Feb.

16. KIME, Mrs. Gaytha Mae, BAISDEN Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret Varnedoe Baisden 74, of 3914 Kenwood who passed away Sunday, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the B. Marion Reed Funeral Home Chapel, Plant Ave.

at Platt St. The Rev. Archie G. McKee, pastor of Hyde Park Presbyterian Church, officiating, with entombment in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park Mausoleum. Pallbearers are, F.

J. Marcotte, William N. Hayes, E. H. Christy, Melvin B.

Smith, Del F. Marcotte, and Hampton. Dunn. A naive of Valdosta, she has been a resident of Tampa for 46 years. Mrs.

Baisden was a member of Hyde Park Presbyterian Church. Survivors include her husband, Mr. Asa R. Baisden, Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Ann Christy, Tampa; sister, Mrs.

Lloyd B. Greer, Valdosta; two grand-' children, A. R. Christy U.S. Navy Charleston, S.C., and Mrs.

Lynda Christy Goff, Tampa. The family will be at 1107 Dunbar. B. MARION REED FUNERAL HOME 258 Plant Ave. BRYANT Mrs.

Elnora Bryant, 75, 2610 Corrine Tampa, passed away Saturday evening. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 11:00 o'clock -from the Concord Baptist Church, 2224 Corrine Tampa, with the pastor, Rev. Austin L. Phillips officiating. Mrs.

Bryant will lie in state at the church from 10:00 o'clock until time of service. Mrs. Bryant will then be sent to the Johnston Funeral home, 23 So. Broad Morris, N.Y. and interment in Morris Cemetery.

A native of Pennsylvania Mrs. Bryant resided in Tampa for the past 14 years. Survivors include two sons, Frank Bryant, Tampa and Leon Bryant, Oneonta, N.Y.; one daughter Mrs. Myrtle Sweet, Frankfurt, N.Y.; one brother, Fred Mead Eustis, two sisters, Mrs. Edna Hanstine, Orange City, and Mrs.

Leroy Reynolds, Thompson, Pa. Eight grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. She was a member of the Concord Baptist church. BULLOCK Mr. Leslie K.

Bullock, 75, of Michigan Trailer Park, Tampa passed away Friday morning. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 11:30 o'clock from the chapel of the F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, with Dr. J.

Earl Tharp, pastor of the New Orleans Baptist Church officiating. Pallbearers will be members of Gulf Coast Barracks No. 17, Veterans. of World War I. Interment will be in Garden of Memories.

A native of Ohio, Mr. Bullock had been a resident of Tampa for the past 18 years. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ellanora Bullock and two nephews Wilbur. Bullock and Carl Bullock of St.

Louisville, Ohio. Mr. Bullock was a Protestant and a member of Gulf Coast Barracks No. 17 Veterans of World War Tampa. CAMPBELL Funeral services for Mrs.

Janie F. Campbell, 87, resident of 2202 Woodberry Brandon, will be held Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock from the chapel of J. L. Reed Son, 3410 Henderson Blvd. at De Leon with the Rev.

Charles Moll to officiate. Interment in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Grandchildren will be pallbearers. The family and relatives will receive 62, Gibsonton, Feb. 17.

MALZONE, Armand 61, 4202 Fairway Circle, Feb. 17. MARTIN, Jane 70, Thonotosassa, Feb. 17. MARTINSON, Lula, 91, Tampa, Feb.

15. MENDEZ, Mrs. Jose, 88, 2128 Dallas St. ROBBINS, Arthur 83, Bay View Hotel, Tampa, Feb. 17.

SALINAS, Julio, 64, 504 W. North Bay Feb. 18. SANCHEZ, Vanessa, 2, Feb. 18.

SILAS, Hansel 56, Lutz, Feb. 17. SMELT, Mrs. Antonia 404 Berwick Temple Terrace. TOWNSEND, Mrs.

Emily 91, 7102 S. Westshore Feb. 17. VAUGHAN, Mrs. Julia, 89, 4316 Granada Feb.

16. WHITE, William Neal, 43, 3013 Napolean, Feb. 17. friends at the funeral home until nine o'clock. 2 DUNLAP Eastern Star services for Mr.

Samuel E. Dunlap, 80, of La Vista Riverview will be held this evening at 7:30 p.m. at the Stowers Chapel with DeSota Chapter No. 201 O.E.S. officiating.

After which, Mr. Dunlap will be sent to the Gordon-Shaidnagle Hollinger Funeral Home in Navarre, Ohio 1 for services there Thursday with interment to follow in Union Lawn Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mary Alice Dunlap, Riverview; 1 stepson, Dale Resh, Navarre, Ohio; 3 grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Martha Virtue, Dennison, Ohio and Mrs.

Geneal Alexandra, Malta, Ohio. Arrangements by STOWERS FUNERAL HOME BRANDON FRANTZ Funeral services for Mrs. Mayme G. Frantz, 2504 Ridgewood will be held Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock at the Garden Chapel, Duval Funeral Homes, 3800 Nebraska with the Rev. Paul Hartsfield, pastor of the First United Methodist Church, to officiate.

Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. A lifelong resident of Tampa, Mrs. Frantz was a member of the First United Methodist Church. Survivors include her husband, Mr. R.

Wayne Frantz of Tampa; three daughters, Mrs. Thelma Miller and Mrs. Edythe Rutkin, both of Tampa, and Mrs. Garland Click of Lake Okeechobee; 12 grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren. FREEMAN Funeral services for Mrs.

Hattie C. Freeman, 87, of 2117 Southview who passed away Thursday in a local hospital, will be conducted Monday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the Wilson Sammon Memorial Chapel, 4730 N. with the Rev. Billy Barber, pastor of the First Baptist Church, to officiate. Interment will follow in the Myrtle Hill Memorial Park Cemetery.

Active pallbearers, Robert McGinnis, Emmett Sumner, Clyde E. Johnson, John Batts, T. T. Houston and Jim Loos. Honorary pallbearers, Frank Pemberton, W.

H. Johnston, John Moreland, Henry, Nelson, W. A. Walker and R. E.

Graf. GENTILE Funeral services for Mrs. Rosa Costa Gentile, age 91, resident of 3601 Dale, who died in a local hospital Saturday evening, will be conducted Tuesday morning at 10:00 o'clock from the Wilson Sammon Memorial Chapel, 4730 N. Armenia Ave. Interment will follow in the Italian Cemetery.

Rosary will be recited Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The family will receive friends Monday evening between the hours of 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock. Pallbearers are Joe Gentile, Sam Costa, Dominick Chillura, Angela Costa, Tony Darrigo, Ronald Schott. Mrs. Gentile is survived by two sons Sebastian C.

Gentile of Tampa, Robert Gentile of Gibsonton; daughter Mrs. Millie Riggio of Tampa; two brothers Frank Costa of Tampa, Joe Costa of Pensacola, two sisters, Mrs. Carmelina Giosue of Tampa, Mrs. Marietta Saieva of California; five grand children and four greatgrandchildren. Deaths Elsewhere GLEY, Mrs.

Gertrude 83, Largo, Feb. 17. BARBER, Mrs. Cora 90, GRANT, Frank 70, PinBrooksville, Feb. ellas Park, Feb.

15. HEDIK, Barbara, 52, GUSTAFSON, Thure, 69, Brooksville, Feb. 18. South Pasadena, Feb. 15.

HUTER, Donald 24, HANSVILLE, Mrs. Irma Sebring. 79, Pinellas Park, Feb. 15. BARBER, John William, HARE, Charles 73, Pin102, Bradenton.

ellas Park, Feb. 17. GEORGE, Mrs. Letitia HOLLANDS, Mrs. Helen Effie, 69, Dade City.

Locke, 74, Gulfport, Feb. 15. BEACH, Edward Pierson, HOLMES, Lawerence 78, Largo, Feb. 17. 19, Seminole, Feb.

17. BRUMFIELD, Geannine JOYCE, William 83, PinLynn, infant daughter of Mr. ellas Park, Feb. 16. and Mrs.

William L. Brum- KERISTER, Anthony 67, field Pinellas Park, Feb. Largo, Feb. 16. 16.

LEHR, Charles 73, BelCAMPBELL, Albert 73, leair Bluffs, Feb. 16. Seminole, Feb. 15. McCABE, Mrs.

Ann, 77, CARTER, James 80, Largo, Feb. 15. Bay Pines, Feb. 15. McCAUGHEY, Mrs.

Laura, DARROW, Mrs. Maggie 68, Feb. 15. 85, Seminole, Feb. 17.

MARTIN, Lauren 81, St. DUNCAN, Charles 78, Petersburg Beach, Feb. 16. Clearwater, Feb. 17.

MATTINGLEY, Mrs. KathFRIEND, Joseph 73, erine 82, Clearwater, Feb. South Pasadena, Feb. 17. 15.

Death Notices GRAY Funeral services for Mrs. Ruby M. Gray, 68, of 3705 Darwin, who passed away Friday morning in a local hospital, will be conducted Monday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the Central Avenue Baptist Church, 6608 Central with the Rev. William K. Botner, pastor, to officiate and assisted by Dr.

Roy Mason and Rev. J. T. Creel. Interment will follow in the Garden of Memories Cemetery.

Pallbearers, Bill Young, Cary Stansel, Murray Carver, N. T. Glisson, John Govreau and Carl Wayne Smith. MARTIN Mrs. Jane A.

Martin, 70, of Route 2 Box 175, Thonotosassa passed away Saturday evening. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock from the chapel of the F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, with Rev. Fred W.

Foster, pastor of Hillsborough United Methodist Church officiating. Pallbearers will be, Tommy Folsom, Frank Puig, Douglas Sipple, David Jefferson, Jasper Jones III, and Edward Velasco. Honorary bearers will be, Glen Summers, Tom Sellers, Carl Jefferson, Walter Duke, and Paul Glassco*ck. Interment will be in Garden of Memories. A native of Marietta, Ohio, Mrs.

Martin had resided in the Tampa Bay Area for the past 45 years. Survivors include her husband, Joe Martin, Thonotosassa; one son Paul H. Ripley, College, one brother, Claude Mather, Finley, Ohio; three sisters, Mrs. Mabel Newlon, West Palm Beach, Mrs. Julia LoCicero, West Haven, Mrs.

Margaret Kirkland, Lakeland, four grandsons, David Ripley, Thonotosossa; Paul Ripley, College Park, Md. and Peter H. Ripley, College and one granddaughter, Miss Patrica H. Ripley, College, Md. Mrs.

Martin was a member of the Hillsborough United Methodist Church. MARTINSON Lula Martinson, 91, formerly of Tampa, died yesterday morning in New Port Richey. She was the widow of the late Harry R. Martinson. She is survived by a niece, Mrs.

Shirley P. Gaubatz, Holiday, Florida. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday afternoon. at 2 o'clock, from the chapel of J. L.

Reed Son, 3410 Henderson at DeLeon St. Interment follows at the. Garden of Memories Cemetery. SALINAS Mr. Julio Salinas, 64, 504 West North Tay Tampa, passed away Sunday morning.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 10:00 o'clock from the chapel of the F. T. Blount Company 1 Funeral Home, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, with Rev. Roland G. Sanchez, pastor of Temple Heights Baptist Church at Faith City officiating.

Pallbearers will be, Robert S. Johnson, Herman Richardson, Julius Scott, Walter Scott LeRoy Renfroe and Frank Renfroe. Honorary bearers will be Donald Scott, Robert Scott, Nick Tavalaiccio and Cecil Peel. Interment will be in Garden of Memories. A native of Tampa, Mr.

Salinas resided here all of his life. Survivors include his wife Mrs. Geneva Salinas, Tampa; one son, Harold Julio Salinas, Seffner; one daughter, Mrs. Darlene Pope, Tampa; one MICHALK, Charles 85, Gulfport, Feb. 18.

MULLER, Mrs. Sally 74, Madeira Beach, Feb. 16. NUZZO, George, 66, Treasure Island, Feb.16. OEHLER, Mrs.

Mae 73, Pinellas Park, Feb. 14. PEYTON, Mrs. Ruth, 59, Treasure Island, Feb. 15.

ROMER, Mrs. Adeline 73, Largo, Feb. 15. SCHAFFER, Norman 64, Largo, Feb. 17.

SCHUESSLER, Mrs. Elizabeth, 86, Clearwater, Feb. 15. SCHMIDT, Mrs. Frances 82, Seminole, Feb.

16. SCOTT," Frank Norman, 97, Clearwater, Feb. 14. SMITH, John 50, Bay Pines, Feb. 17.

SPENCER, William 72, Clearwater, Feb. 16. STEVENSON, Mrs Mildred 79, Clearwater, Feb. 16. SULLIVAN, Mrs.

Hazel 72, Largo, Feb. 17. Robert Lee, and James Williams. A native of Cumming, Georgia, Mrs. Vaughan had resided in the Tampa area since 1925.

She was a member of the Temple Heights Baptist Church. Survivors include three sons, Bonnie D. Vaughan, Trenton W. Vaughan, Donald H. Vaughan, all of Tampa; two daughters, Mrs.

Irene Dyal, Miami Beach; Miss Winsome N. Vaughan, Tampa; one brother Trent G. Sweeney, Atlanta, Georgia; three grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday evening.

WHITE Funeral services for Mr. William N. White, 43, 3013 Napoleon, resident of Tampa for 10 years, who passed away in a local hospital Saturday night, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. at Marsicano Funeral Home, 4040 Henderson Blvd. Rev.

G. Grier Wood of Manhattan Ave. Baptist Church will officiate. Interment will follow in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Survivors include his wife, Mrs.

Helen A. White, Tampa; two sons, William Eugene White and David Wayne White, both of S. Charleston, W. brother, 0. D.

White, College Park, sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Miller, Phoenix, Ariz. Visitation will be Monday from 2:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. and Tues.

through service time. IN MEMORIAM To My Wife, Lula Mae "Doots" Jenkins. You went away one year ago and lett a heart that loves you soIn God's continuation- -we will meet. In Heaven's eye-There is no defeat. HUTTO'S POTTED $1.49 Cor.

N. Blvd. and Buffalo Open 6 A.M. to 12 Midnight JENNIE'S FLOWER SHOP We Wire Flowers PHONE 872-8441 2726 W. COLUMBUS DRIVE THOMPSON, Clyde 64, Pinellas Park, Feb.

15. Thomas 88, St. Petersburg Beach, Feb. 15. WHALEY, Charles 70, Clearwater, Feb.

16. WILKINS, Darrell 77, Clearwater, Feb. 15. WIPPEL, Anthony 62, Gulfport, Feb. 17.

WINTERS, Peter Frederick, 76, Clearwater, Feb. 16. BAGLEY, Marion 80, Sarascta, Feb. 16. CONGROVE, Bessie 88, Sarasota, Feb.

17. JONES, Walter 39, Sarasota, Feb. 16. SCHNERING, Dorothy 79, Sarasota, Feb. 17.

WALLACE, Alan 71, Sarasota, Feb. 17. WOLSTENHOLME, Virginia, 67, Sarasota, Feb. 15. ZEIGLER, Iescho 60, Sarasota, Feb.

17. And when the Blue-bird takes wing and song, We will be together -Where we belong. Husband brother, Armando Salinas, Tampa; and three grandchildren. SILAS Mr. Hansel L.

Silas, 56, of Lutz, Florida, passed away Saturday morning. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the chapel of the F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, with the Rev. Dennis R.

Delacure, pastor of the Temple Terrace United Methodist Church, officiating. Pallbearers will be C. W. Cone, W. W.

Bryant, John Cone, W. L. Preston, Dolph Hanson and Earl Hazellief. Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Flowers will be accepted, but those who wish may make contributions to the American, Cancer Society, 2707 West Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa.

A native of Newberry, Florida, Mr. Silas had been a resident of Tampa for the past 32 years. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ruth Silas, Lutz; two brothers, Frank E. Silas, Jacksonville; and Russell V.

and one sister, Miss Mozelle Silas, Lake City, Florida. Mr. Silas was of the United Metodist faith and a veteran of World War II. Mr. Silas was connected with Cone Brothers Construction Company for 32 years as a job superintendent.

SMELT Funeral services for Mrs. Antonina A. Smelt, resident of 404 Berwick Temple Terrace, who passed away in a local hospital, will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock at the Sunset Memory Garden Cemetery, U.S. Highway 301 North, U.S.A.F. Chaplain Thomas U.

Christianson to officiate. Pallbearers are Robert Rihn, Ralph Sites, D. J. Ruskin, Grayson Match, Richard Mobley and William Moates. Entombment will follow.

Arrangements by Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home, 4730 N. Armenia Ave. TOWNSEND Funeral services for Mrs. Emily I. Townsend, age 91, of 7101 S.

Westshore Blvd. will be held at 4:00 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at Curry's Funeral Home, 605 S. MacDill Ave. The Rev. J.

Joe Speight, Pastor of Athens Baptist Church and Rev. Montez Green, Pastor of Faith Tabernacle Assembly of God will officiate. The service will be private at the request of Mrs. Townsend. Interment will follow in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park.

Pallbearers will be Phillip Townsend, David Townsend, Tom Grady and Mitchell Bates. A native of Brooksville, Florida Mrs. Townsend had lived in Tampa most of her life and is survived by two sons William Carroll Townsend, Ft. Meade, Charles Christy Townsend, Tampa; daughter Mrs. Daisy Bryant, Tampa; 4 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers those who wish may make contributions to the American Cancer Society in memory of Mrs. Townsend. VAUGHAN Mrs. Julia Vaughan, 89, 4316 Granada passed away Friday. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the chapel of the F.T.

Blount Co. Funeral Home, 5101 Nebraska with Rev. Ronald L. Schaffer, pastor of Temple Heights Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will follow in the Myrtle Hill Cemetery.

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