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rf al"IP-W FLORIDA B-6 Th OtarvJo Sentinel, Saturday. July 28. 1 984 aV. If - EfTie Evelyn Fry, 70, South Michigan Avenue, St. Cloud, died Friday. Bora in Indian Head, Ky.. she moved to St. Cloud from Santa Ana, Calif., in 1957. Shf was a homemaker and attended the Narcoossee Baptist Church. Survivors: husband, Philip H.; daughter, Nancy Tindall, Narcoossee; sons, Philip H. Jr.; Daytona Beach, Ronald S., St Cloud; sisters, Mrs. Betty Rummell, Kathleen Wyatt, both of St. Cloud, Mrs. Becky Van Dusen, Okeechobee, Mrs. Peggy Jetton, Orlando, Jean Larson, Orlando, Mrs. Margaret Golden, New Canton, Va.; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Fisk Funeral Home, St-Cloud. Margaret F. Hodges, 82, 2334 Old Samsula Road, Daytona Beach, died Thursday. Born in Baltimore, she moved to Daytona Beach from Lakeland in 1966. She. was a member of St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Daytona Beach. Survivors: daughter, Shirley Wads-worth, Daytona Beach; three grandchildren; four great grandchildren. Cardwell Funeral Home, Port Orange. Paul N. llgenfritz, 63. 2500 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach Shores, died Wednesday. Bom in Turtle Creek, Pa., he moved to the area in 1982 from Tall-madge, Ohio. He was a retired tool and die maker and an Air Force veteran of World War II. Survivors: wife, Mary; daughters, Shirley Galko, Columbus, Ohio, Joan Pierce, Los Alamos, N.M.; son, Paul, Tallmadge; five grandchildren. Halifax Cremation Society, New Smyrna Beach. Emily Barta, 81, a former New Smyrna Beach resident,' died Thursday. Born in Rockford, Iowa, she moved to Illinois in 1975 from New Smyrna Beach, where she had lived for 10 years. She was a member of the South Park Presbyterian Church, Rock Island, 111. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Ronald Olsen, East Moline; two grandchildren; one great grandchildren. Dudley Funeral Home, New Smyrna Beach. Kenneth Caruthers, 72, Houston Street, Kilgore, Texas, died Wednesday. Born in Oxford, he moved to Kilgore after retiring from the Navy in 1960. He was a retired Navy chief petty officer and a Baptist. Survivors: wife, Tommie; brothers, J.P., Ocala, B.G., Sanford; sister, Helen Thomas, Wildwood. Banks Funeral Home, Wildwood. Wendell T. Powell, 73, Florabunda Circle, John Knox'Village, Orange City, died Friday. Born in Ce-darville, N.J., he moved to Orange City from Winter Park in 1981. He was a retired accountant for a supply company and a member of St. Paul's United Methodist Church, Orlando. Survivors: wife, Ruth; son, Wendell Kenneth, Orlando; daughter, Louise P. Blosch. Longwood; sisters, Mrs. Morris Romano, Mrs. Mathilda Griet2, Clara, all of New Jersey; three grandchildren. Allen-Summerhill Funeral Home, Orange City. Helen Conboy. 82, 2810 Ruleme St.. Eustis, died Friday. Born in Baxter Springs County, Kan., she moved to Eustis from Oregon City, Ore., in 1962. She was a retired nurse and a Presbyterian. Survivor: sister, Mrs. Florence Brinks, Santa Barbara, Calif. Rehbaum-Harden Funeral Home, Mount Dora. A.T. Leland, 76. 478 Clear Lake Drive, Eustis, died Thursday. Born in Gardner, Mass., he moved to Eustis from Edgewood, Md., in 1963. He was a retired military officer and a Protestant. He was a member of the Bahia Shrine Temple, Orlando. Survivors: sons, Alanson H., Ismir, Turkey, Wayne F., Longwood, Stephen T., Eustis; sister, Phyrne Gan-unn, New Rochelle, N.Y.; two granddaughters. Beyers Funeral Home, Umatilla. Robert P. Vogt. 73, 20 Columbia St., Sorrento, died Thursday. Born in Oklahoma, he moved to Sorrento from Garden City, Mich., in 1982. He was a retired electrician and a Lutheran. He was a member of the Moose Lodge 1271, Leesburg. Survivors: daughters, Patricia Ann Wilson, Sorrento, Beverly Aton, Dearborn Heights, Mich., Linda Meyers, Jackson, Tenn., Mrs. Jane Hale, Garden City; sisters, Mrs. Claribelle Held, Ormond Beach, Mrs. Ellen Gil-lispie, Lake Station, Ind.; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Harden-Pauli Funeral Home, Eustis. Harold M. Moore, 71, 65 Lois Drive, Tavares, died Wednesday. Born in Hart, Mich., he moved to Tavares from Ashland, Ohio in 1981. He was a retired methods engineer and a member of Christ United Methodist Church, Ashland. Survivors: wife. Vera; sons, Donald, Peabody, Mass., James. Santa Monica, Calif.; brother, Arthur, Wadsworth, Ohio; two grandchildren. Steverson Funeral Home, Tavares. Bessie B. Tomllnson, 86, 640 N. Nova Road, Ormond Beach, died Thursday. Born in Pittsburgh, she moved to Ormond Beach from Maitland in 1978. She was a retired motel owner-operator and a member of The Community United Methodist Church, Cassel-berry. Survivors: husband, Clarence; sisters, Martha Blyston, Crescent City, Louise Croll, Satsuma. Bald-win-Fairchild Funeral Home, Forest City. John Edwin Welsh, 71, 203 Flagler Ave., Edge-water, died Thursday. Born in New York City, he moved to Edgewater in 1969 from Ramapo, N.Y. He was a retired security guard and an Air Force veteran of World War II. He was a member of the Christian Life Center. New Smyrna Beach, and the New Smyrna Beach Disabled American Veterans Post 53. Survivors: wife. Alberta R.; daughter, Cynthia, Edgewater, sons, John Jr., Kenneth, both of Edgewater. Dudley Funeral Home, New Smyrna Beach. Laura Lou Douglas Wilson, 72, 242 E. Seventh St., Apopka, died Thursday. Born in Cairo, Ga., she moved to Apopka from there in 1942. She was a homemaker and a member of House of God The Church of the Living God and Truth Pillar. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Erma Lee Peterson, Apopka, Mrs. Willie Mae George, Johnnie Mae Riley, both of Orlando; sons, Herbert Carey, Crescent City, Addison Carey Jr., New Orleans, Dowell Carey, Hawthorne; brothers, James Dowdell, Crescent City, Grant Dowdell Jr., Allentown, N.J., Loron Dowdell, Dania; sisters, Katrine Bentley, Crescent City, Ta litha Anderson, Sanford, Thelma Collins, Tampa, Mrs. Bertha Lee Noble, Orlando; 33 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren. Starks Funeral Home, Orlando. Stella R. Seyda, 88, 431 E. Central Blvd., Orlando, died Thursday. Born in Pittsburgh, she moved to Orlando from Langeloth, Pa., in 1955. She was a home-maker and a member of St. James Catholic Cathedral. Survivors: son, Joseph H., Plantation; daughters, Annette E., Orlando, Mary Ann Kessler, Lakeland, Theresa Hines, Springfield, Mass.; two granddaughters. Woodlawn Funeral Home, Orlando. Funeral notices Boy hit by lightning in June still in coma ASSOCiTtOPSS ORANGE PARK A 12-year-old whose love of baseball had him on a practice field June 21 when a , lightning bolt hit nearby still is in a coma. Doctors at Memorial Medical Center in Jacksonville said B.J. Lakin may recover one day. His parents talk with B.J. about the Atlanta" Braves, his favorite team, and other things even though they don't know if he can hear them. "I brlieve he's hearing us," his father, William La-kin said. "At least some of it anyway." Doctors have told the Lakins to talk to B.J. when they visit. "We talk with him. We work with him. We tell him what happened at home, what friend called,,, what his dog is doing, the general everyday goings-on," Lakin said Thursday. B.J. was playing ball with 11 boys and three coaches when the lightning struck at Lakeside Middle School. "You've got to prepare yourself for the worst, and then hope for the best and be satisfied with whatever comes in between," Lakin said. He said the family has received tremendous support from the community. "Believe me, there is a whole world of beautiful people out there," he said. JOHNSON, CHARLES LAWRENCE Manorial aarvrcaa tor Mr Cftartaa Lawranca Jorrnaon, aga M ot 1108 H attar at Bd . Orlando, will ba haJ Tuaaday 1pm at ma Pma CaatM Mamonai Chapal Funaral Horn aritn Rav China Montgomery officiating Mr. Johrv on was native ot St Paul. Mn and had been a local reaioent aince 1 983 coming from Ft Lauderdale In lieu ot flower pieaae make donation to the American Lung Aaaoc . 2737 S Fern CreeK. Onando Ar-rengementa by PINE CASTLE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL HOME, 5600 Hanaai Ave., 855-5800. CHILDEP.S, CLAUDE H Funeral aervicet wiH be held Monday, July 30th at 2 00 PM trom the Lrving-ton Street Church ol God with Rev T E Cnenault, officiating The body will be m atate at the Winter Garden Chapel trom 1 00 P M Sunday until 10 00 P M and Monday morning at the Church trom 10 00 AM until funeral time There will be no viewing attar the eulogy Interment will follow in Winter Garden Cemetery, Winter Garden. "A Zanders Service ", Apopka BIANCHt, KATHERINC HELEN Funeral aarvicea tor Mr Kathenne Helen Bianchi. age 65. ot Orlando, who paaaed away Thursday wit) ba conducted Sunday at 4 00 P M at the Lake tvanhoe Chapel ot the BaM-wm-F airctutd Funeral Home Father John McCormK ot St James Catholic Cathedral will officiate Visitation tor friends wiH b at the Funeral Home Sunday trom 2 00 P M until 4 00 P M. BALOWIN-FAlRCHILO FUNERAL HOME. Orlando SCANTLEBURV, ALVIRA BARRY Funeral services tor Mrs Atvtra Barry Scantiebury, age 64, ot Long-wood, who passed away Thursday, will be conducted Monday at 2 00 p m. at the Aitamonte Spnngs Chapel of the Baidwirt-Fatrcnild Funeral Home with Reverend Walter Feagms Officiating Mr Scantiebury survived by a son, Edwin W Scantiebury, daughter, Judith S Schultz and grandson, Michael Bradley Coolidge In lieu Ot flowers those who wish may make donations to the American Heart Association. 237 E Marks. Orlando 32803 BALDWIN-FAIRCHILO FUNERAL HOME, Aitamonte Springs. ERGAS. MRt. ROBBIE NEAL Funeral services anil be at 10am Monday in the Chapel ot Briseon Funeraj Home. Sanford Viewing will be from 2-6pm Sunday Interment will be m Oaklawn Memorial Park BR'SSON FUNERAL HOME. A GUARDIAN CHAPEL, Sanford m charge TOMLINSON, BESSIE Funeral services tor Bessie B Tomlinson, 86. ot Ormond Beach, who passed away Thursday, will be conducted at Monday 1 pm at the Forest City Chapel ot Baidwin-Fairchild Funeral Homes Rev Wight Kirtiey wiH officiate Interment to follow at Glen Haven Memorial Park Visitation wiH be Sunday from 2-4 pm at the Forest City Chapel ot Baidwin-Fairchild In lieu of flowers, the family has suggested contributions bs made to the Community United Methodist Church. 321 Piney Ridge Rd , Caa-selbem 32707 BAIDWIN-FAIRCHILD FUNERAL HOME. Forest City KNIGHT, DOROTHY H age 80. 1617 W Central Bfvd Memorial service wiH be held at MILLER MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH. 4236 John Young Parkway. Sunday July 29 at 11am Dorothy went to be with the Lord July 11, 1984 IN MEM0R1AM hi Loving Memory ol My Darling E C. BOCK" KENNEDY Who Passed Away July 28. 1983 A million times I've needed you, A million times I've cried ft love alone could have saved you, You never would have died In lite I love you dearly, fn death I love you still. E vera ay I miss you. And know I always will ft broke my heart to loaa you. But you did not go alone A pan ot me went with you. The day God called you home GOO BLESS Wife. Minnie c GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas Floyd Garland Hamilton, 76, a "Public Enemy No. 1" in the late 1930s and a close friend of notorious "outlaws Bonnie and Clyde, died Tuesday. In hi's autobiography Public Enemy No. 1, Hamilton said he became friends with Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow when they were all elementary school children in West Dallas. When the two were on the run, Hamilton smuggled them food and arranged meetings. On Feb. 6, 1935, he was convicted of helping- them and sentenced to two years in the federal prison at Leavenworth, Kan. Hamilton said in his book that he -Tfused an offer of $5,000 in 1933 from the Dallas County sheriff ind an assistant district attorney to turn in Bonnie and Clyde because he had promised to keep their whereabouts a secret. Hamilton spent more than 20 yeaj-s in state and federal prisons onbank robbery and other charges before being paroled in 1958. His work in the International frison Ministry and efforts to find ex-convicts jobs won him pardons from Gov. John Connally anrj President John F. Kennedy. IDS ANGELES Willie Mae Thornton, 57, a minister's daughter turned blues singer who inspired Elvis Presley and Janis Jo-plift with gutsy renderings of "Hound Dog" and "Ball and Chain," died of a heart attack Wednesday. In declining health after a debilitating car crash, "Big Mama" Thornton was so weak she could barfly walk on stage at a festival five years ago. She drew her nickname from her girth. Fftm 1941 to 1948 she toured the4 South with Sammy Green's Hot Harlem Review, working as a i - Funerals can be simple, yet dignified. All charges are itemized & clearly explained. ii msi p m jjii.- .... la air... singer, dancer and comedian. In 1953, she became the first person to record "Hound Dog," a song by Jerry Lieber and Bob Stoller that later was a hit for Presley. Thornton's version topped the rhythm and blues charts for 14 weeks. She wrote and recorded "Ball and Chain," which Joplin later sang on an album. Thornton's concert appearances continued through the late 1970s and included visits to New York's Apollo Theater, the Monterey Jazz Festival, the Newport Folk Festival and tours in Europe. She also sang in a 1967 public television special, Black, White and Blue. NEW YORK Vincent Beck, 56, an actor and an official of two actors unions, died of cancer Tuesday. Beck appeared in television commercials, films and several Broadway and off-Broadway productions. He made his stage debut in A Flag Is Born on Broadway in 1946. He also appeared in Peter Pan, The World of Sholom Aleichem, The Merchant of Venice, Oliver, Irma la Douce, o'ypsy, and Bells Are Ringing. He had been president of the New York branch of the Screen Actors Guild since 1983 and third vice president of Actors Equity since 1982. BARCELONA, Spain Guil-lermo Diaz Plaza, 75, Spanish intellectual and author of more than 150 books, died Friday of cancer. Diaz Plaza, the brother of writer Fernando Diaz Plaza, wrote in Castillian and in Catalan, a language native to the Catalonian region in northeast Spain. He wrote poetry and essays, edited major works and taught language and literature at the University of Barcelona. DIG PARTY & DANCE! SUNDAY I P.M. HILTON INN 3200 W. COLONIAL DRIVE Hundred ol all age attend! 291-4936 tor into mesage INGLES 8 James E. Gabel, DDS D'Arcy D. 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