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Bmm C-4 The Orlando Sentinel, Thursday, April 13, 1995 B Dead beats would lose their licenses much faster WELFARE from C-1 Aid to Families with Dependent Children. Many are on AFDC rolls because the parent who doesn't have custody isn't making support payments. "In November there was $1.7 billion of uncollected child support in Florida," said Rep. Ron Klein, D-Boca Raton. "Custodial parents are often forced into welfare." Deadbeat parents now face suspension of their drivers license for nonpayment of child support, but the process usually takes more than seven months. The House package would speed up that process and would suspend boat registrations for deadbeats. "Parents, especially men, must realize that if they have children, they must pay for them," Klein said. "There is no greater act of irresponsibility than producing children and abandoning them." ,Using unemployment as an excuse may no longer work. "Judges now run into a brick wall when a parent says, 'I'd love to pay, but I don't have a job,' " said Rep. Mary Brennan, D-Pinellas Park, who chairs the House Aging and Human Services Committee, and 4, 1 SptWP.'S,iJfljAiIU' ALEX C. ADRIAN, 78, Pokan Pines Drive, Apopka, died Tuesday, April 11. Mr. Adrian was a systems analyst. Born in Star City, Ariz., he moved to Central Florida in 1982. He was a member of First United Methodist Church of Apopka and an Eagle Scout counselor for Boy Scout Troop 218. Survivors: wife, Maria; son, Fred, Titusville; daughter, Susan Clark, Apopka; sisters, Ida Roger, Little Rock, Ark., Eunice Grant, Washington; five grandchildren. Woodlawn Funeral Home & Memorial Park, Orlando. MARY CLARE ROSE GUITON, 67, 1145 LaBrea Ave., Titusville, died Saturday, April 1. Mrs. Guiton was a home-maker. Born in Omaha, Neb., she moved to Central Florida in 1975. Survivors: sons, Todd, Decatur, Ga., Greg, Titusville; mother, Claire Spelic, Omaha; sisters, Renee Vaughn, Franklin, Tenn., Elizabeth Scribner, Littleton, Colo., Irene Dohn, Omaha; brothers, Stephen Spelic, Joseph Spelic Jr., both of Omaha. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville. WILLIAM B. HORSEY, 68, 1496 Graves St. SE, Palm Bay, died Tuesday, April 11. Mr. Horsey was a retired marketing executive. Born in East Orange, N.J., he moved to Central Florida in 1995. He was Presbyterian. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. Survivors: wife, Nancy B.; daughters, Janet Richards, Stratham, N.H., Mary Ellen Hansen, San Anselmo, Calif.; brother, John, Farmington, Conn.; three grandchildren. Brownlie & Maxwell Funeral Home, Mel 3C."AVW.".,.V .V.V,V.V.-.W.V.-.V.SKV. V.V.V.V.V.V.V.SV.VtV.'.'.v.v The latest on your stock portfolio is just a phone call away with Sentinel Source Line's Business categories. Get information for most stocks on the exchange 24 hours a day. 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B Reduce welfare fraud by sending food stamp and welfare dollars directly to a client's bank account. That eliminates food who called the bills the "nowhere-to-run package." The House proposal would allow judges to order deadbeat parents into job training, to find work and to have wages garnished to pay for a child's health insurance or Medicaid costs. "We need to go further in attacking the cause of welfare dependency unemployment, fraud and increasing teen births," Brennan said. "We do not need to attack the symptoms, which are the people who are caught in the welfare cycle." Last year, Florida became the first state in the nation to slap a time limit on welfare benefits. Pilot projects in Escambia and Alachua counties limit AFDC recipients to 24 months of benefits out of a five-year period while also providing job training, education, child care and transportation benefits. bourne. FREDERICK LYON KELSO, 79, 6399 Azure Lane, Cocoa Beach, died Wednesday, April 12. Mr. Kelso was a machinist. Born in Canada, he moved to Central Florida in 1 978. He was a member of Church of Our Saviour. He was a Canadian Army veteran. Survivors: wife, Pearl; daughter, Lorraine, Cocoa Beach. Beckman-Williamson Funeral Home, Cocoa Beach. NICHOLAS HARRY JOHN MULLON, 39, 917 Santa Cruz Road, Cocoa Beach, died Tuesday , April 1 1 . Mr. Mullon was a technician for Lockheed. Born in Haines City, he moved to Central Florida in 1957. Survivors: wife, Denise; son, Matthew, Cocoa Beach; stepdaughter, Char-maine Ochs, Merritt Island; father and stepmother, William Sr. and Sandra Mullon, Holmes Beach; mother, Mary Louise Mullon, Bradenton; brothers, William S. Jr., Patrick H., both of Fort Lauderdale; sister, Lynn Marie Brock, Panama City; one granddaughter. Beckman-Williamson Funeral Home, Cocoa Beach. ERASTO CORTES TORRES, 67, 167 Laurel Way, Kissimmee, died Tuesday, April 1 1 . Born in Puerto Rico, he moved to Central Florida in 1986. He was a member of El Calvario Iglesia Assembly of God Church in Orlando. He was an Army veteran of World War II and the Korean War. Survivors: wife, Carmen I. Lugo Cortes, Kissimmee; daughter, Jennifer Candice Cortes, Kissimmee; sons, EP YDLIR Ear Dn THe Market- V.V.V.'.'.'.'.'AW. . - mmmi 2000 993 1 ;-.-.-x U.S. Corporate Bonds Report NY Commodity Report Spot Crude Oil Foreign Exchange Report Taxes & Your Home Estate Planning Tax Deductions Dealing With The IRS Tax-Wise Record Keeping Quotes 2001 Group Source Line 407872-7200 Ufe County 1800775-7202 Stock information delayed bv at least 20 minutes. stamp coupons, which can be illegally sold and traded. Also cuts costs by eliminating the process-, ing and mailing of checks. Projected yearly savings: $1.8 million. B Hire a private company to recover welfare overpayments. Estimated savings $6.45 million. B Start campaign to encourage teens to abstain from sex. B Stop welfare checks being sent to unqualified inmates in Florida prisons estimated to save the state $259, 1 39. At the same time, the program requires that children be immunized and go to school. In Escambia County, where the program is mandatory, 1,389 parents are enrolled and 223 have found jobs. In Alachua County, where the program is voluntary, 47 of 145 enrolled are now employed. The House budget calls for expanding the test program to nearly 19,000 more families within a year, at a cost of $28 million. The Senate budget provides half that. Another proposal would let the state issue electronic debit cards for food stamp recipients to use at stores authorized to participate in the food stamp program. "We will not stand by and let Flo-ridians be cheated of their hard-earned dollars," said Rep. Scott demons, D-Panama City. "We have the technology to help us stop the swindlers. It's time we use it." Angel Cortes, New York, Anibal Andrew Cortes, New York, Juan Ramon Cortes, Kissimmee; sisters, Generosa Santiago, Isabel Castillo, both of Fort Myers, Elisa Roque, Orlando, Catalina Frayte, Puerto Rico, Maria Luisa Cortes, New York, brothers, Pedro Angel Cortes, Puerto Rico, Teofilo Cortes, New York; three grandchildren. Grissom Funeral Home, Kissimmee. SARAH N. WOLVERTON, 70, 3410 N. Citrus Circle, Zellwood Station, died Tuesday, April 1 1 . Mrs. Wolverton was a clerical worker in the retail industry. Born in Detroit, she moved to Central Florida in 1963. She was Protestant and a member of Red Caps, Signal Lights and Zellwood Station Chorus. Survivors: husband, Ralph; son, Gary Charles, Day-tona Beach; daughter, Karen Bentley, Las Vegas. Loomis Funeral Home, Apopka. MARY ZAWACKI, 75, 2617 Driftwood Drive, Titusville, died Tuesday, April 11. Mrs. Zawacki was a homemaker. Born in Alden, Pa., she moved to Central Florida in 1961. She was a member of St. Teresa Catholic Church. Survivors: husband, Eugene; daughter, Donna Cavalier, Hopewell, N.J.; son, Adrian, Berwick, Pa.; one granddaughter. North Brevard Funeral Home, Titusville. Obituaries must be submitted by a funeral home or crematorium and are printed free of charge. 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 mm Ft I I Sentinel 1 1 ) w Vaccination is PARVO from C-1 protection against the virus, said Betty Munoz, shelter manager of the Humane Society of Seminole County. "If you don't vaccinate, you can almost guarantee it's going to happen," Munoz said. "If you vaccinate, at least you have a chance." Even if the current vaccine doesn't work for every dog, it works for most, said Orlando veterinarian Glenn Finnell. "I'd hate to create mass hysteria and have people not take their dogs outside," he said. "There is an increase, but the very young and very old dogs are the ones most at risk." Maybe that explains why Pongo, a 5-month-old Dalmatian, contracted parvovirus last week. Within a few hours, the normally spunky pup went from running all over the yard to lying in his crate vomiting. Two days later, he could barely walk. His owner, Leslie Barnes of Apopka, never suspected parvo. "I had assumed, like most of the general public, that if they're immunized they can't get it," she said. After a few rough days, Pongo Funeral notices CRAIGHEAD, MR. DARRELL ROBERT Services for Mr. Darrell R. Craighead, age 33 of Palmwood Dr. who passed away Monday will be held Thursday 10AM at PINE CASTLE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL HOME with Pastor Robert Followell of the First Baptist Church of Pine Castle officiating. Mr. Craighead was a native of Orlando had attended Evans High School and was a graduate of Rofflers Beauty Academy. Arrangements by PINE CASTLE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL HOME, 5800 Hansel Ave. & Wilkes 655-5800 WINNER, HELEN GEISLER A Service for Helen Geisler Winner, who died Sunday, April 9th will be held Friday April 14th at the Gaines Carey Hand Garden Chapel Funeral Home, 335 E. State Rd. 434 (Across from White Rose) two miles east of I-4, at 11AM 1 est. 1890 FUNERAL HOMES Committed To You 425-6641 Public Invited EASTER SUNRISE SERVICES SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 1995, 7:00 A.M. Glen Haven Memorial Park 2300 Temple Dr. Winter Park Oaklawn Park Cemetery 600 State Road 46A Lake Mary Highland Memory Gardens 3329 LSemoran Blvd. Apopka Chapel Hill I Cemetery I 2400 Harrell Road Orlando In remembrance of loved iNl nnec inhrt hniu HioH ( J Baldwin-Falrchild Cemeteries and Funeral Homes est. 1890 ) t It,,' " . f. t JO f -J" r yk fit - - DENNIS WALLTHE ORLANDO SENTINEL essential to guard against virus Parvovirus symptoms include lethargy, vomiting, bloody diarrhea and a loss of interest in food or water. If symptoms do appear, seek help immediately. Parvo can be cured if it is diagnosed and treated early. Veterinarians said the best way to prevent parvo is to: D Vaccinate dogs regularly. B Keep them from nosing around dogs they don't know and away from other dogs' feces. H Combat parvo exposure by washing the floors, sidewalks and pool deck with an equal mixture of bleach and water. is recovering. He spent most of Wednesday chewing the intravenous tube leading into his leg. Most parvo victims aren't so lucky. A Rottweiler that had been at Seminole County's humane society shelter for several weeks died of the virus last Friday, despite being vaccinated. The shelter shut its door for 10 Funeral Notices, In Memoriams & Cards of Thanks are paid advertising. Call 420-6006Fax 420-6077. TAYLOR, GARNET E, Funeral Services for Mrs. Taylor will be held on Friday April 14, 1995 at 3:30PM in the chapel of Woodlawn Funeral Home. Friends may call at the funeral home on Thursday from 6-9PM. In lieu of flowers the family suggest that memorial contributions be made to: Hospice of Central Florida. Services are under the direction of WOODLAWN FUNERAL HOME AND MEMORIAL PARK. Orlando Vascular Clinic can help you renew your relationship. 95 Success Rate with a medication-only program. For a relaxed environment and confidentiality, call us 843-7600 or 1-800-462-3069 Medicare and private insurance approved. Experienced M.D. and Male Registered Nurse on Staff mmmm 4 Qsrvjft .2 j Ross A. Parks, M.D. EYE INSTITUTE OF CENTRAL FLORIDA G. Brock Magruder, M.D. G. Brock Magruder, Jr., M.D. Ross A Parks, M.D. 1 1 6 W. Sturtevant St., Orlando 423-2220 or 1-800-628-6607 Tin prtM m im Mw ma mnmUt ( mm M t M mm pi cam wWtiiti Mmn. umMitio. or IrtiltnMt MMck it pidemM h a mtrt tt m4 muhr 72 bwi ( mpMriMf to Mi ttwHttRMt flit hw, MkwhM dt m ntuut Mm umu. uhmjbm tf mukml Dr. John Dyer, a Lake Mary veterinarian, examines Reebok, a 4-month-old Shephard mix female, at the Humane Society of Seminole County in Sanford. This was part of a routine visit by area vets to the shelter each week. The shelter is temporarily closed because a Rottweiler that had been suffering from parvovirus for several weeks died there last week. The clinic plans to reopen on Monday unless more dogs fall ill. days symptoms appear seven to 10 days after exposure and will reopen Monday unless any more dogs fall ill. Dogs that were in contact with the Rottweiler who died have been separated from the others, Munoz said. She said areas where the infected dog was housed have been scrubbed with bleach. No other dogs have contracted the disease so far. "The only thing you can do is close down and keep your fingers crossed," Munoz said. Even if pet owners take every precaution, they should not let down their guard, Barnes warned. Be on the lookout for parvo symptoms, which include lethar- gy, vomiting, bloody diarrhea, and a loss of interest in food or . water. If symptoms do appear, seek help immediately. Parvo can be! cured if it is diagnosed and treated early. "They can be running one' minute, and then, boom!", Barnes said. "It's a horrible, horrible' virus." Robert Perez of the Sentinel staff contributed to this report. ADRIAN, ALEX C. Funeral services for Mr. Adrian will be held on Friday April 14, 1995, 10AM at the First United Methodist Church of Apopka. Crypt- -side service will be Saturday 1PM at Woodlawn Memory Gdns. In St. Peters-' burg. Friends may call at the funeral home -on Thursday from 7-9PM. Services are under the direction of WOODLAWN FUNERAL HOME AND MEMORIAL PARK. FRIDAY APRIL 14th 1:00-3:30 p.m. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY John A. Beneke, M.D. Lisa H. Choo, M.D. John T.Lehr, M.D.

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