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of B8 The News-Journal papers Thursday, Oct. 24, 1985 1st EDITION IN MEMORIAM CARTER In loving memory of my girl friend, Margaret, who passed away 1 year ago. Margaret, you will live forever in my heart. Dot COLTON In loving memory of my husband and our father, Raymond Colton, who departed this life, 8 yrs. ago today.

Oct. 24, 1977. Sadly missed a long life's way. Quietly remembered everyday. We love you.

Wife, Mable, daughters, Audrey Evelyn son, Frank DAILEY In memory of my husband and our father, and grandfather and father-in-law, James Dewitt Dailey, who passed away eight vears ago this month. Darling, we are so lonely, Looking at your empty chair, Remembering all the happy moments, That we shared when you were there, Loving thoughts will always linger, You are still our guiding star. May we all be reunited, When we each have crossed the Sadly missed by Family EVANS In loving memory of Crystol Denise Evans who passed away October 24. Loved sadly missed; never to be forgotten Yvette, Ken, Konisha, Clifton Richard, Jr. KIRBY In loving memory of our Grandfather, Howard J.

Kirby, who passed away 35 years ago today, October 24, 1950. While he lies in peaceful sleep, His memory we shall always keep. Sadly missed by his Grandchildren Connie Donnie KIRBY In loving memory of our Father, Howard J. Kirby, who passed away 35 years ago today, October 24, 1950. Loving memories never die, As years roll on and days go by, In our hearts a memory is kept, Of one we loved and will never forget.

Sadly missed by his children Nettie William KRAJEWSKI In memory of our Grandson Miss you alot. David S. Kraiewski, on his 5th Birthday. We will love you always, Pop Pop Mom Mom Kraiewski KRAJEWSKI David S. on Oct 24, 1985 Your a memory our keepsake With which we'll never part.

God has you in His keeping, We have you in our heart. Happy Birthday All our love, 'Your Godfather Great-grandmom KRAJEWSKI In remembrance of your 5th Birthday, David Stephen Kraiewski. In our hearts, a memory is kept of David Whom we will never forget. Love Grandmom Granddaddy McDonald WARDELL In sad loving memory of husband, father grandfather, Thomas J. Wardell, who passed away 5 years ago today, October 24th.

He away yet ever near His presence fills each day His voice smile are everywhere A memory away And though he is no longer seen by family friends He lives because he is dearly loved And LOVE CAN NEVER END Loved Missed So Very MuchWife, Catherine; Daughter, Alice; Son-in-law, Ed; Son, Joe; Daughter-in-law, Donna; Grandchildren Great CARD OF THANKS BILLINGSLEY To all of you who gave so generously before, during and after the Mass Service for our father, John Billingsley. Special thanks to The Little Sisters of the Poor, the entire staff at the Little Sisters, The Residents of the Little Sisters, the Benedictine Community, and Father O'Neil. Knowing your support, concern and love are there, sharing our loss, makes it easier for us. THE JOHN BILLINGSLEY FAMILY LAIRD The family of little Paul C. Laird wish to extend our thanks and appreciation to our family, friends, neighbors, our co-workers and loved ones for all their love and support that they gave us during our recent loss.

The beautiful flowers, cards, food and the donations that were made to our church, Firt Baptist Church of Holloway Terrace for "Paul's were all appreciated. A very special thanks to the Pediatric Dept at Christiana Hospital and the Delaware State Police for all their acts of kindness and support during this most difficult time in our life. We would also like to thank the Emergency Room at Union Hospital in Elkton for their outstanding care and love given to us on the day our son died, September 3, 1985. Sincere Thanks, IVY and JOHN LAIRD MARSHALL The Family of Milton W. Marshall wishes to thank Reverend James Seymour, other clergy, the Congo Funeral Home, family, friends, physicians, neighbors, and coworkers for flowers, food, donations, cards, phone calls and all other kindnesses rendered during the recent loss of our husband and father.

Mrs. Thelma Marshall and David Marshall DEATH NOTICES ALLEN In Coatesville VA Medical Center on Saturday, October 19, 1985, George E. Allen Sr, age 62 years, husband of Helen E. Allen of 203 Beeson Rd. Father of George E.

Allen Jr. George Ann Hillis and Charlene Robinson. Relatives and friends are invited to the service at graveside in Hopewell Cemetery, Downingtown, PA this coming Thursday morning, October 24 at 11. You are also invited to call on his family at the BEESON FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL, 412 Philadelphia Pike this Wednesday evening from 7-9. The family suggests contributions to Alzheimer's Disease Related Disorders Association, Greater Phila a Chapter, 1608 Walnut St, 18th Floor, Phila, PA 19103.

ANDERSON In Wilmington Hospital on October 19, 1985, Willie P. Anderson, age 68, of 311 Belvedere. Step father of Celestine and Geraldine Griffin. Also survived by 5 step grandchildren, 5 step great granchildren, 'other relatives and friends. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services at Elizabeth AME Church, 323 Maple Cedar Heights on October 25 at 12 noon.

Interment in 'Riverview Cemetery. Friends may call at the church on Friday from 10-12. Arrangements by CONGO FUNERAL HOME. BAKER In Newark Manor Nursing Home on October 21, 1985, Maggie Mcintire, wife of Robert H. Baker, Sr of Elkton, MD Mother of Elizabeth Golt of Newark, DE, William Baker of Elkton, MD, Mrs.

Sara Newell of Dover, DE, "Robert H. Baker, Jr of North East, MD, Mrs. 'Marian Davis of Elkton, MD and Mrs. Margaret Nelson of Newark, DE. Sister of Mrs.

Emily Jenkins of Havre de Grace, MD. Also survived by 10 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Aged 98 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the services at the HICKS HOME FOR FUNERALS, Bow Stockton Sts, Elkton, MD on Friday, October 25 at 1pm. Interment Bethel Cemetery, Chesapeake City, MD.

Friends may Call at the funeral home on Friday from until service time. Sympathy may be expressed in the form of a contribution to the Elkton United Methodist Church Memorial Fund, 219 E. Main Elkton, MD 21921. BOCK At his late residence on October 23, 1985, Adolph G. husband of Mildred of 24 Gail Rd, Chelsea Estates, age 62 years.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the services from Gracelawn Memorial Park Chapel, Dupont Hwy, on Saturday morning, October 26, at Interment adioining memorial park. Friends may call at the MCCRERY MEMORIAL CHAPEL, Kirkwood Hwy Duncan Rd on Friday evening, after In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Delaware Heart Assoc, 4C Trolley Sq, Wilm. DE 19806 or the Arthritis Foundation, Delaware Chapter, 234 Philadelphia Pike, Wilm. De 19809. CHASE In Wilmington Hospital on October 22, '1985, Thomas (Boon) Chase, aged 53 years of 613 E.

22nd St. Husband of Daisy Chase. Father of Grace Rochelle and Demress Dedrica Chase both of Wilmington. Brother of Charles Jacobs of Wilmington. Also survived by two grandchildren, nieces, nephews, brothers sisters- other relatives and friends.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services at CONGO FUNERAL HOME, 201 N. Gray Avenue, on Saturday, October 26th, at 10am. Interment in Gracelawn Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home on Saturday from 8-10am. FARMER In this city on October 21, 1985, Millard F.

Farmer. Husband of Fern A. 'Farmer of 2106 Garfield Avenue, Gwinhurst. Age 73 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from the ERSHAM FUNERAL HOME, 1900 Delaware Avenue on Thursday morning at 10AM.

Interment will be Gracelawn Memorial Park. Friends may call at the Doherty-Wickersham Funeral Home on Wednesday evening after 7PM. Valet parking service. FLEMING Suddenly at his late residence, 820 Pine St, on October 18, 1985, John Samuel Fleming, aged 45 years. Father of Rebecca Fleming, Samuel Fleming and Kevin Fleming, all of Wilmington.

Step-father of Robin Banks and Sharon Wilson, both of Wilmington. Devoted friend of Marva Sturgis of Wilmington. Brother of George Lee Fleming of Philadelphia, Alfred D. -Fleming and Mazie H. Baker both of Parksburg, Also, survived by two aunts, one uncle, two -sisters-in-law and a host of neices, nephews, -cousins, other relatives and friends.

Relatives -and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at the FORD FUNERAL HOME, 601 S. St, on Friday, October 25th, at 1pm. may call at the funeral home on Friday from 11am-1pm. Further services will be held at WHARTON FUNERAL HOME at Accomac, -Va on Saturday at 1pm. Interment will follow in -the Wharton Cemetery, Parksley, Va.

Obituaries More obituaries on B10 Maggie M. Baker ELKTON, Md. Maggie McIn- tire Baker, 98, of Woodside Farm, died of congestive heart failure Monday in the Newark Manor Nursing Home, West Main Street, Newark, where she had lived for several years. Mrs. Baker was a member of Elkton United Methodist Church, where she was active in the Womans Society and the Gleaners.

She had been a member of the Union Hospital Third District Auxiliary, the Third District Farmers Club, the Cecil County Farm Bureau, the Appleton Homemakers Club, and Cecil County Friends of the Library. She is survived by her husband, Robert H. two sons, William of Elkton and Robert H. Jr. of North East; four daughters, Elizabeth Golt and Margaret Nelson, both of Newark, Sara Newell of Dover, and Marian Davis of Elkton; a sister, Emily Jenkins of of Havre de Grace; 10 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.

Services will be Friday at 1 p.m. at the Hicks Home for Funerals, Bow and Stockton streets, where friends may call after 11:30 a.m. Burial will be in Bethel Cemetery, Chesapeake City. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Elkton United Methodist Church Memorial Fund, 219 E. Main Elkton 21921.

William P. Bant, 71, former schools chief GEORGETOWN William P. Bant, former superintendent of the Georgetown School District, was dead on arrival Tuesday at Beebe Hospital, after suffering a heart attack at home. He was 71. Mr.

Bant, of 402 Elizabeth started out as a physical education teacher in the old Lord Baltimore School District in 1938. He graduated from the University of Delaware, where he played soccer and was on the swim team. He was a member of Sigma Nu and Phi Kappa Phi fraternities. In the Navy during World War II, he served on submarine chasers, destroyer escorts and destroyers. He was discharged as a lieutenant.

After the war, he returned to teaching. He left after two years to go into the poultry business, but soon returned to the University of Delaware to become qualified as an elementary-school teacher. He taught at Lord Baltimore Elementary School, until being appointed principal of Georgetown Special School District in 1956. He was named superintendent of the district in 1966. In 1969 he became director of personnel at Indian Dr.

H. Gray Reeves, 58; Peninsula General surgeon SALISBURY, Md. Dr. H. Gray Reeves, former chief of general surgery and chairman of the board of trustees at Peninsula General Hospital Medical Center, died of a heart attack Sunday while vacationing in London, England.

He was 58. Dr. Reeves, of Pemberton Drive, began his practice in Salisbury in 1958 after graduating from the University of Maryland Medical School and serving two years as a captain in the U.S. Air Force. He was chief of general surgery at the hospital from 1970 to 1980.

From 1973 to 1985 he was chairman of the hospital's board of trustees, the first physician to hold that posi- DEATH NOTICES FUESTER At her late residence on October 23, 1985, Mary Jane Fuester, wife of Robert W. Fuester of 51 Anglin Robscott Manor, Newark, DE. Age 42 years. Mother of Richard W. Fuester.

Due notice of funeral arrangements will be given by SPICER- WARWICK FUNERAL HOME. GAINES In Sacred Heart Hospital, Chester PA on October 21, 1985, Mildred J. Gaines, aged 62 of 1208 W. 4th Wilm. Mother of Hollis A.

Gaines, Jr. and Veronica E. Woodards, both of CA. Sister of Carrie Millburne of Salisbury, MD and Millie Atkins of New Haven, CT. Also survived by seven grandchildren, two aunts, a host of neices and nephews, a devoted friend, Johnny Grant, other relatives and friends.

Relatives, friends and members of The Eastern Star are invited to attend funeral servies at Haven UM Church, 1709 W. 3rd St, on Saturday, October 26, at 10am. Interment in Riverview Cemetery. Friends may call at CONGO FUNERAL HOME on Friday, October 25 from 6 to 8pm and on Saturday at Haven Church from 8-10am only. The family will receive friends at 1208 W.

4th St. GILLEN In the Kentmere-Home of Merciful Rest on October 23, 1985, Jennie M. Gillen, wife of Frank E. Gillen, of 405 W. 20th age 89 years.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from the -WICKERSHAM FUNERAL HOME, 1900 Delaware Ave, on Friday morning, October 25, at 9:00. Mass of Christian burial will be offered at Christ Our King RC Church, 28th Madison St, at 10:00. Entombment Cathedral Cemetery. Friends may call at the Doherty Funeral Home on Thursday evening, after 7:00. In lieu of flowers the family suggest contributions to KentmereHome Of Merciful Rest, 1900 Lovering Ave, Wilm.

De 19806. Valet parking service. GOTT In the St. Francis Hospital on Oct 22, 1985 Rose Marie Gott, daughter of Richard Barbra Lindsey of 14 Reybold Harbor Estates, Delaware City, aged 24. Sister of Stephen A.

Gott Erica L. Lindsey. Granddaughter of Charles Edith Lindsey and George Marion Walters. Relatives and friends are invited to attend Graveside services at Grace Lawn Memorial Park on Saturday, Oct. 26 at 10 o'clock.

Friends may call at the SPICERMULLIKIN FUNERAL HOME, 214 Clinton Delaware City on Friday evening after 7pm. LEWIS At her late residence, 217 N. Broad Middletown, DE, on October 22, 1985, Mary Clayton Williams Lewis, wife of the late Dr. Dorsey W. Lewis, age 98 years.

Surviving are George Tyler Coulson, Mary B. Petersen, New Castle, Dorsey L. Bradford and Adele B. Blandin, both of Middletown. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at St.

Anne's Episcopal Church, 15 E. Green Middletown, DE on Friday morning, October 25th at 11:00. Interment at Old St. Anne's Cemetery near Middletown. There will be no viewing.

In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions to the St. Anne's Episcopal Church, Middletown, DE 19709. Arrangements by the DANIELS HUTCHISON FUNERAL HOME. MALICE In the Christiana Hospital on October 22, 1985, Mario A. of 1815 W.

10th St. Husband of Pauline Malice. Aged 69 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from the CHARLES P. ARCARO FUNERAL HOME, 2309 Lancaster (opposite Cathedral Cemetery), on Friday morning at 8:30.

Mass of Christian Burial at St. Anthony's R.C. Church, 9th DuPont Sis. at 9:30. Entombment at Queen of the Apostles Crypt, Cathedral Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home on Thursday evening after 7. Arrangements by Rena Longo. In this city on October 23, 1985 Michael J. Sr. Husband of the late Mildred Davis Matarese of 1605 Latimer Place East.

Age 74 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial at St. Elizabeth's R.C. Church, Cedar and Clayton Sts on Saturday morning, October 26th at 10:00. Interment in All Saints Cemetery.

Friends may call at the MEALEY FUNERAL HOME, Limestone and Milltown Rds on Friday evening between 7-9. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to St. Elizabeth's Church, 809 S. Broom St, Wilm, De 19805 PRIEST In this city on October 21, 1985, David (Sonny) Priest of 511 W. 38th St.

Father of Larry Doctor of Wilmington, De and Patrice Priest of Atlantic City, NJ. Brother of Ann Washam, Julia Nelson, Mary Saunders, Carolyn Roy, Hortense Samuel Priest all of Wilmington. Also survived by a host of other relatives and friends. Aged 47 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at the RYLAND FUNERAL HOME, 9 W.

30th St, on Friday afternoon, October 25th, at 1 o'clock. Interment at Riverview Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Friday from 11am until 1pm. SCOTT In Newark, De on October 22, 1985 Eugene E. Scott.

Husband of Mary Jane Scott of 819 Barksdale Rd, Newark. Aged 85 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral service on Friday afternoon, October 25th at 2:00 at ROBERT T. JONES SON FUNERAL HOME, 122 W. Main St, Newark.

Interment in Newark Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home for one hour prior to the service on Friday. SUCHANEK On October 18, 1985, at Cokesbury Village, Allene D. Suchanek, Wife of the late Frank Suchanek, sister of Mrs. Anna Darling.

Aged 82 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the memorial service which will be offered on Sunday, October 27, at 3pm, at the Cokesbury Village Chapel, Hockessin. There will no viewing. Interment will be in Natchez, Mississippi. Arrangements by the CHANDLER FUNERAL HOMES.

River School District. He retired in 1975. A musician for many years, Mr. Bant played trumpet and occasionally sang in dance bands. He was a former state chairman of the American Association of School Administrators; a member of the National and Delaware Educators associations; and the American Association of Retired Persons.

He was a 32nd degree Mason and a member of Doric Lodge 30, in Millville, the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Georgetown, the Sussex Pines Country Club and Grace United Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife, Eileen a son, Robert H. of Millsboro; a daughter, Bonnie B. Thomas of Georgetown; a brother, Harold J. Bant of West Hartford, and two grandchildren.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday in the chapel of Melson Funeral Services, Thatcher Street, Frankford 19945. Burial will be in Bethel Mariner's Cemetery, Ocean View. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Grace United Methodist Church, Georgetown 19947. Walter J.

Adkins WILLARDS, Md. Walter J. "Shorty" Adkins, 81, of Main Street, died of heart failure Wednesday in Salisbury Nursing Home, Salisbury. Mr. Adkins was a farmer for many years in Willards.

He had been a patient in the nursing home since August. He was a charter member of Willards Fire Company. His wife, Ethel, died in 1955. Surviving are two sons, Russell of Tucson, and Robert of Honolulu; three daughters, Virginia Calloway of Milton, and Betty Jones and Mildred Kathleen Travers, both of Salisbury; two sisters, Edna Wilkins of Willards and Mabel Deneau of Berlin; 25 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 2:30 p.m.

Friday in Hastings Funeral Home, Selbyville, where friends may call after 1:30. Burial will be in Eden Cemetery. Melva Parsons Lowe LAUREL Melva Parsons Lowe, 81, of 514 E. Sixth died Wednesday of kidney dysfunction in Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, Seaford. Mrs.

Lowe was a former seamstress for Wilson Pants Factory in Delmar. After that, she worked many years as a practical nurse. She was a member of the Epworth Fellowship Church in Laurel. Her husband, Glenn died in September. She is survived by a son, William D.

Parsons of Laurel; a stepson, John W. Lowe of Richmond, two stepdaughters, Elizabeth Davis and Coretta Lowe, both of Laurel; a sister, Edna Foskey of Laurel; four grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and several step-grandchildren. Services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Windsor-Disharoon Funeral Home, 700 West Laurel, where friends may call one hour before services. Burial will be in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Laurel.

Diane R. Thomas, 39, scriptwriter LOS ANGELES Writer Diane Rene Thomas, whose dream of screen success came true when she sold the script to "Romancing the Stone" while working as a waitress, died in a car crash at the age of 39. Miss Thomas was killed instantly when her Porsche Carrera, driven by her boyfriend, actor Stephen Norman, 27, went out of control on the rain-slickened Pacific Coast Highway late Monday and smashed into a utility pole, police said. Another passenger, Ian Forbes Young, 40, of Peterhead, Scotland, also was killed. Norman, hospitalized at UCLA Medical Center, was arrested for investigation of driving under the influence of alcohol, Officer John Balicki said.

Thomas was a waitress at the Coral Beach Cantina when she sold the screenplay for "Romancing the Stone" for $250,000 in 1978. The 1984 film grossed more than $70 million, said John DeSimio, national publicity director for 20th Century-Fox. Miss Thomas had subsequently 700 Legal Notices Sealed bids be received by the City of Rehoboth Beach for the demolition and removal of certain portions of the Rehoboth Beach boardwalk. Contractors may obtain specifications from City Manager, Gregory Ferrese, durng normal working hours at 73 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Sealed bids will be received by the City Manager until 3:00 p.m., Thursday, November 7, 1985, in he City Manager's Office ocated in the Municipal Building 73 Rehoboth Avenue.

Bids will De opened at 3:01 p.m. on the same day at the same location. Insurance requirements are included in the Specifications. The City of Rehoboth Beach reserves the right to reiect any or all bids and to make such award as appears most advantageous to the City. Gregory Ferrese City Manager Oct.

24, 28, 343139 UPI Eddy Merle Watson (left) with his father and T. Michael Coleman. Eddy Merle Watson, 36; Grammy-winning musician tion. Dr. Reeves was named an honorary trustee of the hospital in February.

He was on the board of trustees of the State Universities and Colleges of Maryland, was president of the Salisbury-Wicomico Economic Development Corp. and the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce. He was also president of the board of directors of the Maryland State Bank in Salisbury. Dr. Reeves was a member of St.

Peter's Episcopal Church. He is survived by his wife, Shirley Ward; three sons, Mark Henry G. III and John all of Salisbury; his parents, Henry G. and Myrtle C. Reeves of Whiteville, N.C.; a brother, Dr.

Talmadge C. of Salisbury; and a sister, Peggy Anne Calvert of Greeveville, Tenn. Services will be at noon today in St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Salisbury. Burial will be in Parsons Cemetery.

Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Peninsula General Hospital Medical Center's Library, Salisbury 21801. Thelma V. Miles LAUREL Thelma V. Miles, 76, of 708 W. Sixth died of heart failure Monday in Peninsula General Hospital, Salisbury, Md.

Mrs. Miles was a domestic worker for 40 years before retiring in 1960. She was a member of Mount Pisgah A.M.E. Church in Laurel. Her husband, Joseph, died in 1977.

She is survived by two brothers, Marshall A. and Grover C. Greene, both of Laurel; and two sisters, Ethel Buckley and Shirley Lloyd, both of Laurel. Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Mount Pisgah A.M.E.

Church, Sixth Street, Laurel, where friends may call Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. Burial will be in New Zion Cemetery. Associated Press LENOIR, N.C. Bluegrass musician Eddy Merle Watson, son of country music star Doc Watson, was killed early Wednesday when a tractor he was riding slipped down an embankment, overturned and pinned him beneath it, officials Ned Sims Ned Sims, 73, of 815 W. Seventh died of heart failure Saturday in Wilmington Hospital.

Mr. Sims retired as a construction worker in 1980. He is survived by a step-daughter, Ida C. Cooper of Ellendale; a brother, Willie J. Sims of Columbia, S.C.; two sisters, Mae Ruth Windon of Washington, D.C., and Alma Borden of Cleveland, Ohio; eight stepgrandchildren and 11 step-greatgrandchildren.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday Young Funeral Home, 526 Union Milton, where friends may call after 11 a.m. Burial will be in Siloam Cemetery, Slaughter Neck. Allene D. Suchanek Allene D.

Suchanek, 82, of Cokesbury Village, died of heart failure Friday in the village infirmary. Mrs. Suchanek was a school teacher many years ago in Natchez, Miss. She moved to Delaware about five years ago from Brooklyn, N.Y., where she resided for many years. Her husband, Frank, died in 1966.

She is survived by a sister, Anna E. Darling, also of Cokesbury Village. A memorial service will be Sunday at 3 p.m. in Cokesbury Village Chapel. There will be no viewing.

Burial will be in Natchez. said. Relatives said Mr. Watson, 36, who accompanied his father on guitar, had been cutting wood on a table saw at his home when he injured his arm and drove the tractor to J.C. Hendrix's nearby house for treatment.

As Mr. Watson returned home about 4 a.m., the tractor slipped down the steep embankment, overturned and trapped him. "My driveway is very steep and I don't see how he was able to get up my driveway without any headlights," Hendrix said. When Mr. Watson left, "I turned on the outside light for him so he could see his way down the driveway.

I offered to take him home, but he said he could make it." Hendrix said he heard the accident and rounded up neighbors to try to free Mr. Watson. "He heard the tractor go off knew that he had wrecked and just as soon as he did he called the ambulance," neighbor Bobby Cline said. "Then he come running over there to get the boys and me to help get it up. We tried everything.

We pried and we tried everything to try to get him out but there wasn't any way." It took rescue personnel an hour to dig Mr. Watson from underneath the tractor. The accident occurred near Mr. Watson's home in Nelson's Chapel, 10 miles north of Lenoir. Mr.

Watson began playing second guitar in his father's act when he was 15. They produced records together such as "'Ballads From Deep Gap" and "Doc Watson Son." They won Grammy awards in 1973 for "Then and Now' and in 1974 for "Two Days in November." written or rewritten screenplays for several producers and production companies, De Simio said, and was under contract to director Steven Spielberg's Amblin Productions at the time of her death. A sequel to "Romancing the Stone" is set for a December release. DeSimio said Miss Thomas did not write the screenplay for "The Jewel of the Nile," but that it was based on characters she created for the original movie. Hospital admissions Kent General, Dover Oct.

22: Jane Lowman, Dover; Polly Pizano, Smyrna; Connie Clark, Dover; Earl W. West, Camden; Nora Ridgway, Smyrna; Ernest Richards, Hartly; Laura Harvey, Dover; Doris Willman, Lewes; Byard T. Gregg, Hartly; Holly D. Scott, Woodside. Milford Memorial Oct.

18: Barbara Cannon, Milford; Thaddeus Dickerson, Lincoln; Mildred Gray, Farmington; William Johnson, Milford; Amanda Jones, Harrington; Diane Lane, Milford; Thorold Link, Felton; Pamela Smith, Milford; Tina Thomas, Bridgeville. Oct. 19: Anthony Dulik, Milford; Nelkisha Farrington, Georgetown; William Griffith, Dover; Debora Hayes, Milford; Lisa Hicks, Seaford; Tsing Ho, Dover; Julie Messick, Milford; Clare Shaw, Lincoln; Harvey Spicer, Georgetown; Terry Suloff, Lincoln; Williams, Harrington. Oct. 20: Sadie Bennett, Ellendale; Charlotte Cephas, Lincoln; Charlene Cronk, Harrington; Marcshell Fletcher, Georgetown; Margaret Gill, Milford; Darrell Hughes, Harrington; Pearl Kimmey, Milford; John Luff IV, Greenwood; Joyce Lynch, Harrington; Bertie Mitchell, Milford; Carnethia Moore, Bridgeville; Pearl Webb, Milford; Doris Willey, George- town.

Beebe, Lewes Oct. 22: Hazel E. Bailey, Milton; Samuel R. Blizzard, Georgetown; James H. Brooks, Millsboro; Barbara L.

Cannon, Milford; Walter D. Carpenter, Millsboro; Edna L. Davidson, Lewes; Milburn Keen Hemmick, Lewes; Alfred Hengst, Georgetown; Myrtle S. HolGeorgetown; James Hummer, Frankford; Eleanor C. Johnson, Selbyville; John L.

loway, Lloyd, Lewes; Mary B. Mumford, Millsboro; Calvin C. Person, Lewes; Gladys M. Rosander, Rehoboth Beach; Elva S. Ruth, Lewes; Anna F.

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