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4-A THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS FRIDAY MORNING. OCTORPtt IB. WORLD BRIEFS Two convicted in activist's murder JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) — A pro-apartheid politician and a Polish immigrant who feared communism were convicted Thursday of murdering popular black leader Chris Hani. But a third defendant was acquitted, evoking cries from black leaders that the "master- mind'' of the assassination had been freed. A gasp went through the packed courtroom as Judge Frikkie Eloff announced Gaye Derby-Lewis played no role in the death of Hani, the Communist Party leader and a top African National Congress official. Eloff had just convicted her husband, Clive, and Janusz Walus of killing Hani in his driveway on April 10. Obituaries The shooting touched off rioting but did not derail talks on ending apartheid. Human rights talks go forward BEIJING (AP) — China agreed Thursday to further talks with the United States about human rights issues, but rejected a link between an improved rights record and trade privileges. "The human rights issue in essence falls within the scope of a country's sovereignty," Foreign Ministry spokesman Wu Jian- min said. "To attach any conditions ... is unacceptable to the Chinese side." The Clinton administration has said China must improve its human rights record if it expects a renewal next year of its most- favored-nation trade status, which guarantees it lower tariffs. Sarajevo shelled; aid convoys canceled Associated Press SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina — The ominous boom of heavy artillery returned to Sarajevo on Thursday, and an aid convoy was canceled in the north as Bosnia approached another winter of war. ^State-run radio said about 150,000 Muslim civilians in Maglaj in the north, cut off since June by Serb and Croat forces, begged the Muslim-led government: "Maglaj is expecting urgent help from you, because soon you won't have anybody to help here." U.N. relief officials said they had to scrub the relief convoy intended for Maglaj and nearby Tesanj after Serbs refused to guarantee safe passage. Bosnian radio said both towns came under heavy shelling Thursday. That report could not be confirmed. In Sarajevo, officials warned residents to stay inside as the city came under some of the worst shelling in weeks. Lt. Col. Bill Aikman, a spoke- man for U.N. peacekeeping forces AP A woman weeps as she leans on the window bars of her apartment In Sarajevo Thursday after returning from a cemetery where she had burled her brother. in Sarajevo, said snipers shot at four U.N. vehicles within 36 hours, wounding an Egyptian soldier in the shoulder. Thursday's shelling appeared to be in retaliation for a mortar attack by government forces on the Serb- held northern suburb of Vogosca. "The Serbs decided to fire back with everything they've got," Aikman said. Aikman said he did not know whether the shelling foreshadowed a new surge of fighting in Sarajevo, which has been relatively quiet recently. But he added: "We are at risk here. Tensions are rising." In Vitez, a town in central Bosnia contested by Croat and government forces, an undetermined number of Muslim troops were killed in a huge blast. Croats apparently mined trenches, then set off the charges after Muslim soldiers moved in, said officials at a local British U.N. base. Bosnia's war started 18 months ago when Serbs rebelled after the republic's Muslims and Croats voted for independence from Serb- dominated Yugoslavia. The fighting has left up to 200,000 people dead or missing, and 70 percent of Bosnia in Serb hands. A member of Bosnia's collective presidency, Tatjana Ljujic- Mijadovic, expressed fear that Bosnia would suffer another winter of misery. Some 300,000 refugees lack shelter, and care is inadequate for the tens of thousands of prisoners, former prisoners and invalids who need it. Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic and Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic pledged Thursday to maintain a cease-fire in Bosnia and allow "free passage" of aid convoys through Serb territory, the Tanjug news agency reported. But Bosnian Serbs said earlier they could not guarantee the safety of U.N. aid trucks headed for the Maglaj-Tesanj area. A separate Red Cross convoy v/as damaged by a land mine Wednesday just beyond the last Serb checkpoint. U.N. officials said they would try again next week to get aid there. The joint message by Karadzic and Milosevic blamed Bosnian President Aljja Izetbegovic and his "extremist" Muslim followers for prolonging the war. Paul Spoor Sr. SANTA FE — Paul Spoor Sr., 74, of Santa Fe died Thursday at Mainland Center Hospital. Arrangements are pending with Emken-Linton Funeral Home in Texas City. Patricia N. De Vore VICTORIA — Patricia N. De Vore, 82, of Victoria, formerly of Texas City, died Thursday at Twin Pines Nursing Home in Victoria. Arrangements are pending with James Crowder Funeral Home in La Marque. Louise M, Mayo TEXAS CITY — Louise M. Mayo, 85, of Texas City died Thursday at Mainland Center Regional Healthcare System in Texas City. Arrangements are pending with James Crowder Funeral Home in La Marque. Harold A. Trepagnier TEXAS CITY — Harold A. Trepagnier, 71, of Texas City died Monday, October 11, 1993 at Mainland Center Hospital. Service was held Thursday, October 14, 1993 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Texas. Service was conducted by Father Ralph Schmidt with Father Tom Cullen as Co-Celebrant. Burial followed at Mt Olivet Cemetery in Dickinson. Born August 24, 1922 in New Orleans, La., Mr. Trepagnier was a boilermaker at Union Carbide who Retired after 31 years. He was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church in Texas City and the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers. Survivors include his wife, Frances Trepagnier of Texas City, sons, Lawrence J. Trepagnier of Humble, Texas and Anthony Trepagnier of Texas City, son and daughter-in-law, Paul and DeAn- dra Trepagnier of Dallas, Texas; daughter, Francel Leonard of Texas City; sisters, Rita Strickland of Galveston and Helen Chuoke of Texas City; grandchildren, Danna Leonard and Jeremy Trepagnier. Pallbearers were Matthew Smith, Dr. Luther B. Travis, Mitchell Chuoke, John Mansky, Joseph Chuoke and Stephen Cantini. Honorary pallbearers will be Henry L. Benecke Clarence C. Cantini, Bernard Prebilski, J.B. Fitch, Ron Bateman, Earl Travis and Mitchell Chuoke, Sr. Memorials may be sent to St. Mary's Catholic Church in Texas City. Emken-Iinton Funeral Home Miguel Marquez Sr. GALVESTON — Miguel Marquez Sr., 79, of Galveston died October 14,1993 at his residence in Galveston. Service will be Saturday, October 16, 1993 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Patrick's Catholic Church with Fr. Page Polk officiating. Burial will follow services at Galveston Memorial Park in Hitchcock, Visitation will be after 4.-QO pjn. Friday in the memorial room of the Broadway Funeral Home where a wake will be held at 7:00 p.m. Born March 25,1914 in Quere- taro, Mexico, Mr. Marquez was a Merchant Seaman for 14 years and was a member of S.I.U. and I.LA Local #20. Survivors include his daughters, Evalina Marquez of Hitchcock; stepdaughters, Mary Me Father of Clear Lake and Teresa Castillo of Galveston; son and daughter-in- law, Miguel and Virginia Marquez, Jr.; step-sons, Joe Castillo of Homestead, Florida and Jesse Castillo of Clear Lake, Texas; sis- ters, Frantisca Rodriguez of Galveston and Simona Gonzales of Galveston; grandchildren, Miguel Marquez III, Elizabeth Marquez Negrini, Louisa Marquez and Albert Marquez, Jr. and a host of friends. Pallbearers will be T.R Perez, Juan Baigen, Mitchell Negrini, Jon Me Father, Miguel Marquez III and Joe Esqueda, Sr. Broadway Funeral Home Marvel B. Harrell PASADENA — Marvel B. "Nanny" Harrell, 82, an area resident for 30 years, died Wednesday October 13,1993. Marvel was a member of Parkwood Methodist Church, Pasadena. Survived by daughter and son- in-law, Cynthia Lynn and Dr. H. John Eagle, Deer Park; brothers, W.R. "Dick" Simpson, Refugio, Texas; Bob Green Simpson, Hubbard, Oregon; James P. Simpson, Jr., Dickinson; sister, Patricia Lee Hollenbeck, El Paso; grandchildren, Sherrie Lynn Pate, Lisa Katherine Stokes and Cindy Lee Springer; great-grandchildren, David Aubrey Pate, Melissa Lynn Pate, James Michael Stokes, Ashley Morgan Springer and Lindsey Marie Springer and several other relatives. In lieu of usual remembrance donations may be made to Parkwood Methodist Church, 400 Parkwood, Pasadena, Texas 77503 or The Salvation Army, 1717 Congress, Houston, Texas 77002. Funeral service will be 1:00 P.M., Friday, October 15,1993 at Pasadena Funeral Chapel, with Rev. W.E. Brunson, Parkwood Methodist Church and Mr. .Tames P. Simpson, Officiating. Interment Grand View Memorial Park. Pasadena Funeral Chapel Oscar C. Williams Jr. GALVESTON — Oscar Charles Williams Jr. of Galveston died Wednesday, Oct. 13,1993 atM.C. Anderson Hospital in Houston. Services will be 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16,1993 at Shiloh A.M.E. Methodist Church, 29th St. and Ave. M. The Rev. M.J. Leonard will officiate. Burial will follow at 9:30 a.m. Monday at Houston National Cemetery in Houston. Visitation will be after 4 p.m. and a wake will be held from 6-8 p.m. today at Green's Funeral Home. Born Feb. 4,1939 in Galveston, Mr. Williams was a 1957 graduate of Galveston Central, a graduate of Southern Illinois University and an engineer. Survivors include wife, Larie- anda Pierott Williams of Houston; mother, Ruth Williams of Galveston; sons, Aaron Williams of Atlanta, Ga., and Christopher Williams of Atlanta; daughter, Lauren WiDiams of St. Louis, Mo.; sister, Faye Smith of Ft. Worth; and brother, Harold Williams of Honolulu, Hawaii. Pallbearers will be friends of the family. Contributions may be made to M.D. Anderson Hospital Leukemia Society, 1515 Holcombe, Houston TX 77030; or to Green's Funeral Home, 602 32nd St., Galveston, TX 77550. Richard A. Cox TEXAS CITY—RichardA. Cox, 44, of Texas City died Thursday Oct., 14,1993 at Mainland Center Hospital. Services will be 10 a.m. Saturday at Emken-Linton Chapel in Texas City. Dr. Terry Ray will officiate. Burial will follow at Galveston Memorial Park Cemetery in Hitchcock Visitation will be from 5-9 p.m. at the funeral home. Born Dec. 5,1948 in Galveston, Mr. Cox worked in the purchasing department of Brown & Root, and was a member of the First Baptist Church in Texas City. Survivors include mother, Marjorie Cox of Texas City; daughters, Kimberly Cox of Texas City, Kelli Cox of Texas City, and Kacee Cox of Texas City; brothers and sisters-in-law, Steve Cox and wife, Betty of Spring, and Robert Cox and wife, Jimmie Deane of Houston. Emken-Linton Funeral Home Mary A. Gomez GALVESTON — Mary Audrey Gomez, 86, of Galveston died Wednesday, Oct. 13, 1993 at UTMB Hospital in Galveston. Graveside services will be 1 p.m. Friday at Galveston Memorial Park in Hitchcock. The Rev. Ollis Read will officiate. Visitation was held Thursday in the Memorial Room of Broadway Funeral Home in Galveston. Born Jan. 26, 1909 in Kingsland, Ark., Mrs. Gomez was a housewife. Survivors include sister, Patricia B. McDaniel of Sullivan, HI.; brothers, J.C. Hurst of Kansas, and Robert D. Hurst of La Marque; and numerous other relatives. Pallbearers will be friends of the family. Edith K. Heuman GALVESTON — Funeral mass for Edith K. Heuman, 98, will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 15,1993 at St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Interment will follow at Oleander Cemetery in Galveston, J. Levy & Bro. Funeral Home Fields Funeral Home, Inc. Funerals Guidelines TODAY Bishop Bernard J. Ganter, 65, died Saturday, bishop Canter's body will lie in state at St. Anthony Cathedral in Beaumont through the celebration of the Mass of Christian Burial at noon today, the cathedral will open at 7 a.m. today. Anna Marie Cardaro, 91, of La Marque died Monday, services 10 a.m. today at First English Lutheran Church in New Orleans, La.; burial will follow at St. Vincent de Paul Mausoleum in New Orleans. Edith Katherine Heuman, 98, died Wednesday; funeral Mass wffl be held 11 a.m. Friday at at St. Patrick Catholic Church; interment will follow at Oleander Cemetery in Galveston. SATURDAY Louise M. Witherspoon, 90, of Houston died Sunday, services 1 p.m. Saturday at Mount Moriah Baptist Church; burial will follow at Lakeview Cemetery in Galveston; visitation 4-8 p.m. today at The Galveston Daily News U.S.P.S. 213400 Founded in 1842 Texas' Oldest Newspaper Dedicated to tha growth and progress of Galveston and all of Galvaaton County Published every morning by Galveston Newspapers Inc., 8522 Teichman Road Box 628, Galvaston, Texas 77553. Second class postage paid at Galveston Texas. Associated Press is exclusively entitled to tha use or republication of all the local news of spontaneous origin printed in this nswspapar. Subscription rates by carrier $9.75 per month; by mail, $168 per year anywhere in tha continental United States 5324 per year outside the United States! Telephone (409)744-3611 Th» GaJvsaton Daily News welcomes The Galveston Daily News classified advertising department charges a standard advertising rate of $12.60 per column inch to publish obituaries. Obituaries can be faxed to The News at 744-6268 or hand-delivered to the classified advertising department at the newspaper's main office, 8522 Teichman Road in Galveston, Obituaries should be typed. The deadline for full obituaries is 5 p.m. Brief notices that funeral arrangements are pending with the funeral home will be accepted until 7 p.m.; these notices are not charged. Obituaries must contain com- plete billing information: the name, full mailing address and telephone number of the party that will pay for the obituary. Obituaries may be placed by a private party, but they must include the phone number of a source, such as a funeral home or clergyman, that can verify the information. Obituaries placed by funeral homes will be billed. Private parties placing obituaries Monday through Friday must pay at the time the obituary is placed. (Notices for indigent funerals being handled by the county can be published without charge; contact The News classified advertising department for more information.) Major credit cards are accepted. Obituaries placed on weekends will be handled by The News editorial department between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. Makes Better Hearing Affordable Hearing Aids as low as Reg. $695,00 •v$7T<-A Keg - * byb -°° L ^ f? IN ^ Sewing Galveston County GALVESTOq DICKINSON i*r— "In Loving Memory of My Husband" Charles P. Bertolino, Jr. October 15, 1924 ~ December 15, 1992 I hold your memory close to my heart and also in my mind. I know God took you from this troubled world, because He needed another angel to help him. Memories of you are a keepsake no one else can steal. Hope your birthday with the Lord is a great one. I love and miss you. Your loving wife, Carolyn f—f Loving Memory Of: Monique L. 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