Pensacola News Journal from Pensacola, Florida on May 18, 1974 · 5
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Pensacola News Journal from Pensacola, Florida · 5

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Saturday, May 18, 1974
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Northwest Florida Deaths EENEOE FUNERAL HOME SHERMAN McNClL Sherman McNeil, of 34?0 W. John Sr. died Monday m a local hoSDital. He was a former resident of Camden, Alo. and was a retired employe ot Tovlors Outboard Motors. Survivors hi etude his widow. Mrs. At-rro McNeil and two daughters Mrs. Ehiabtn Smith and Mrs. Jonnie Washington Rodgmues both of Pen socoia. The family will receive friends from 7:30 ana 8 30 a.m. Fridov or the Benboe Funeral Home Chapel. Funerol services will be 2 O m. Saturday m tne Benboe Funeral Home with fte Rev. S L. Jones officiating. Burial will be in Rest Haven Gardens Cemetery with Benboe Funeral Home directing. MRS. VIOLA ERNESTINE THOMPSON Mrs. Viola Ernestine Thompson, of 409 North A St., died Monday. ' She wos a native of Baldwin County, Alo. and had resided in Pensacoia tor the post thirty-five years. Survivors include her former husband Henderson Thompson Sr.; three daughters. Mrs. Bonnie Dortch of Los Angeles. Calif.. Mrs. Brendo Brannon of Germany ond Mrs. Jeonetle Bornes of Pensacoia; one son, Henderson Thompson of Pensacoia; her mother, Mrs. Louise Hicks; her steo-father, Albert Hicks; three sisters, Mrs. Willie G Petti wo v and Mrs. Alice Petti way, both of Los Angeles and Mrs. Louise Berry of Tennessee; one brother, Richard Jenkins of Los Angeles, Calif, ond six grandchildren. The family will receive friends 7:30 to 8 30 p.m. Saturday at the Chaoei of Benboe Funeral Home. Funerol services will be 1 p.m. Sunday in the Emanuel Baotist Church with Rev. John Rnoden officiating. Bunol will be in Holy Cross Cemetery with Benboe Funeral Home directing. LEWIS-SOWELL FUNERAL HOME EVA MAE BARNHILL MILTON Mrs. Evo Mae Barnhiil, 49, of Route 8. died late Thursday at her residence after a long illness. She was a native and lifelong resident Of Santa Rosa County. Survivors include her widower, Owne Barnhiil of Milton; three sons, Larry Roberts. Craig Barnhiil and Fred Barnhiil, oil of Milton; two daughters. Mrs. Rita Wiggins of Milton ond Miss Susan Barnhiil of Manonno; three brothers, Grady Roberts of Milton, Brady Roberts of Brewton. Ala., and tori B. Roberts of Baker; o sister, Mrs. Leono Gatnn of Mobile. Alo.; and a grandchild. Pallbearers ore Robert L. Tolbert. R. H. Christian, O'Gvnn Brake, Dewayne. Wade. Huston Moseley, Wayne Turmom ond Robert Tune. Funeral services will be 7 o.m. Satur-1 dav in the Chapel of the Lewis-Sowelt Funeral Home with the Rev. John Purdue officiating. Burial will be in the McLellan Cemetery with Lewis-Sowell Funeral Home directing. MRS. PARTHENIA MORRISON MILTON Mrs. Parthenia Morrison, 85, of Orlando, died Sunday, May 12, after a long illness. Survivors include two sons, Sharif Morrison of Akron, Ohio ond William Hotel Chief Dies Of Heart Attack MOUNT VERNON, Ohio (AP) Arthur J. Packard head of a Ohio hotel chain and former president of the American Hotel Association died here today. He was 72. Death was attributed to a heart attack. Packard was named president of the American Hotel Association in 1952. At the time of his death he was chairman of the associa tion's governmental affairs committee. Packard Hotels Co. operates three hotels in Ohio, two of them in Mount Vernon. At one time Packard had operated as many as eight small hotels in Ohio cities. Survivors include his widow, Jean, one son, Arthur J. Packard Jr., and five grand children. Funeral services will be held Monday morning. Student Needs Kidneys OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (AP) Karim Minai is an Iranian studying business administation at El Reno Junior College. But unless a donor kidney can be found, he may never live to practice what he is learning. Minai, 24, who has lost all kidney function, is penniless. Medical bills, already totaling $7,500, mount by $300 weekly as he undergoes twice a weeceat-ments on an artificial kidney machine. Efforts by hospital administrators, Sen. Henry Bellmon and the State Department to get help for Minai have failed. His country has indicated it will pay no more of his bills, hospital officials said. So far, the hospital is resigned to the fact that the past bills will have to be written off. But John Lieber, assistant administrator, said wh at will happen now is the main question. , A welfare provision that would have paid the bills was discontinued as of Jan. 1, Lieber said. And Minai's physician said the condition is irreversible. 36 1 GARDEN ST. (904) 438-1621 PIANOS ORGANS SHEET MUSIC 64 YEARS EXPERIENCE SERVICE AFTER THE SAIE Morrison of Los Angeles, Cattf.; a daughter, Mrs. Georgia Pornsh of Orlando; o sister, Mrs. Gertrude Marshall of Mitton; 23 grandchildren, 30 great-grondchiiaren and 10 great-great-grandchildren. Funerol services wilt be 2:30 o.m. Sunday in the Pleasant Hill Baotist Church with the Rev. H. Richburg officiating. Burial will be tn the Morton Cemetery with tne Lewis-Sowed Funerol Home directing. WATERS AND IIIBBERT FUNERAL HOME MRS. EDNA MAE WITHERILL Mrs. Edna Moe Witherill 63. of 6003 Fioxomon St. died in o locol rtosoitol Fridov mornino. She was o native et Arkansas but had mode her home in Pensacoia since 1942 She was o member of the Holy Trinity Eoiscoola Church. Survivors include her husband. Rae Lou Witherill ot Pensacoia; three sons. Rodney Windnam. of Pensacoia; John Oovid Witherill dt Austriha. and Rae Don Withritl ot Rochester, N Y.; o daughter. Mrs. Mary Hill ot Eue Collie; two sisters. Mrs. Fave Waters ond Mrs. Thelmo Coddinqton, both ot Houston, Texas; two brothers. O. B. Tunous of Pine Bluft. Ark., and David Toullous ot Haiev. Arkonsas. to grand-children ond 2-great-grandchtidren. The body will be placed in the chapel Friday I to v o.m. for friends to call. Graveside funeral services will be conduicted in St. John s Cemetery Sa turdav 10 o.m. with Rev. Van Davis 0) ficioting. Waters & Hibbert Funeral Home will direct. JOE MORRIS FUNERAL HOME JAMES HOG AN James Hooan of 707 Wingote St. died May 15. 1974 in a local hospital. Survivors include three daughters. Mrs. Pearhe Powell. Mrs. Cenerie . O'Bair. and Mrs. Thorns me Dixon; three sons, Leon Celestine, Francis Hooan, ond Wallace Hooan; two sisters, Mrs. Genevie Bunch, ond Mrs. Carrie Loudae; 16 grandchildren, seven great grand children. The family will receive friends from 7-8 o m. Saturday evening in Joe Morns chooet. Funerol services will be 1 p.m. Sunday ot First Baotist Church in Warrington with Rev. E. L. Andrews officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery with Joe Morns Funeral Home directing. It's A Family ifir Famous Authors ? k Sports Timely Articles Home Decoration "fr Special Features Politics it Menus-Fashions Travel if Outdoor Living People ScticfetionGuarsifost! Offers A SAVE NOW! iUUW Jlllllllllllllllllltil""""""'"lM 02 GJ AMFM-FM multiplex radio with 8-track stereo player and twin 14" speaker enclosures. 4 - speaker matrix switch. Pecan. Just say 'CHARGE IT!' Ir ETlf.l WAV to SHOP AND SAVt. JUST SAY... MILTON SERNARO PARKER $11. Mr. MHton Bernard Parker $r 66, of Monro vine. Alo., ded Tuesday. Survivors include his widow. Mrs. Euoena Parker; five daughters. Mrs. Lucey O. Porker, and Mrs. Narcissus Barker of Pensacoia, Mrs. Alice Brown, Mrs- Come Lombert, and Mrs. Mone Garrette of Monroville, Alo.; three sons, Thomas Cunningham of Weiston, Mich., Milton L-C. Grant Parker jr., ond Mr. Ceony Tate Parker of Pensacoia. Funeral services will be Sunday ot Morning Star Baotist Church with Rev. John Malone officiating tn Monrovili. Ato. Burial will be in Morning Star Cemetery with Mr. Robert Jones ond Unity Funerol Home directing. FAITH CHAPEL FUNERAL HOME JOSEPH LOUIS OE CRADO oseDh Louis De Grodo, 46. of 0070 TId-en Ave., died Thursday mornino In a locol hospital. He was a native of Missouri and has residened in Pensacoia for the oast IS years. He wos superintendent of the Power Pioing Co., a veteran of World War II, a member ot Plumbers ond Steam Fitters local No. 366 ond the No- ' tivitv Cotholic Church. Survivors include his widow. Mrs. Bettie Anne Oe Grodo; three daughters, Mrs. Lvdja Peacock. Mrs. Christina Poweond Miss Cindv Oe Grodo; one son Joseph Louis Oe Grodo Jr., all of Pen ' sacola; his mother, Mrs. Josohine Oe Grodo; two sisters, Mrs. Joseohone Poliazo ond Mrs. Clara Lomboro; one brother. Stino Oe Grodo, all ot Kansas City, Mo. ond one granddaughter. Miss Chyloe Peacock of Pensacoia. Pollbeorers ore Gordon Reneau, J. O. Lovender. Havward Cherry, Saivedor Farraro, Jim Wirth Sr. and T. Z. Bubbo Johnson. The body will be In the funerol home for viewing between 2-10 p.m. ' Funerol mass wilt be celebrated at 10 0. m. Saturday in the Nativity Catholic Church with the Rev. Father Francis Kileen reciting moss. Burial will be in the Bavview Memorial Pork Cemetery with Faith Chaoei Funeral Home directing. MRS. EDDIE LOU HARMON Mrs. Eddie Lou Hormon, 74, of Route 1, Box 70. died Fridov morning at her residence. A native of Elmore County. Alo.. she resided in Pensocolo ond Contonment since 1936 ond was a member of the Gonzolez Baptist Church, Starting May 26 In The Rjfawnenr or Mor Refill Graduation Li zy FAIRFIELD PLAZA foirfeU Drive bahma Pace Blvd. Malm MOT MKHTI-.M tM. M I tt tm., SHO M0-I1 Survivors Include a daughter, Mrs, Sarah Gordon of Cantonment; two sons, Don Hormon of Pensacoia ond Roion Harmon ot Contonment; a sister, Mrs. C. W. Botemon of Pensocolo; five .grandchildren ond five greatgrandchildren. Funeral services wilt be 3 o.m. Sunday In the Chooet of Foitn Chaoei Funeral Home witn the Rev. G. R. Ming officiating. Burial win be In the B aw lew Pom Memonol Cemetery with Foith Chaoei Funeral Home directing. Active pallbearers ore Joey Rim of, Rufus Crosbv. Chris Mondei, Jul ion Qumo, Pugh Tidwell and Jimmy No wok. Honorary oolibearers ore Harry Osborne. Palmer Pritchert, Shorty Thornton. Charlie Eventt, David Miller and Coy Peiham. FISHER-POU FUNERAL SERVICE GLADYS S. SPAULOINC 1 Gladys S. Soauiding, "6. of 3710 Oun-woody Dr., died Fridov afternoon ot tne home of her daughter, Mrs. Betty Roork. The widow of Iroh O, Soauiding, one of the first aviators at NAS Pensacoia ond purchasing agent for Gulf Power Co., she was o native ond lifelong resident of Pensacoia ond a member of St. Paul's Catholic Church. Survivors include two daughters. Mrs Mary S Kerr and Mrs. Betty Roork, both of Pensacoia; two brothers, Lucius Stearns and Warren Stearns, both of Pensocolo; ond a grandson, Lawrence Kerr Of Pensocoia. Funeral services will be 10a m. Mondov in the St. Paul s Cathohc Church with the Rev. Father George Sindik saving the mass assisted by the Rev Father Frank Jen. The rosary will be reciteo at .30 p.rr Sunday in the Fisher-Pou Chaoei. Ftsher-Pou Funeral Service is in charge of arrangements. E. A. BORRAS E. A, Borras, 76. of 1408 E. DeSofo St., died Friday morning in o local hospital Mr. Borras was a native and life lona resident of Pensocoia ond was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church. He was o retired civil service employe ot the Pensocoia Navol Air Station, o member of Escambia Masonic Lodge No. IS, ond wos a Scottish Rite Mason. Survivors include his widow, Mrs Alice Presley Borras of Pensacoia; o daughter, Mrs. Rita Rosma McGiil of Pensocolo; a sister, Mrs. C. G. Bitter Sr., ot Mobile. Ala.; one granddaughter. Funeral services wilt be held at 3 o.m Saturday in the Immanuel Lutheran Church with Pastor Donald Hobrotshck officiating. 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Ohio, he resided in Pensacoia tne oast five years, was a member of St. Anne's Catholic Church in Beilview ond o retired MMC in the US Navy. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Noncianne B Snvder of Pensacoia; a daughter. Miss Morvlee Snyder of Pensacoia; two sons, Hortev Lerov Svnder Satisfaction Guaranteed Replacement r . i, .. .v h... "... The A lETTER WAY TO SHOP AND SAVE. JUST SAY... CHARGE IT! ter;'.jT.".T' 1 v 111 '"'.t j--Tm------r" - 1 ' j 1 """"' ' " "T 'l 1 11 X. T?sz-z0 Instant picture & sound Zenith quality TV chassis solid state D fillip "11 MmitiirilT modules 3-stage I. F., video & sound Zenith Royalty Ciest H , ii sm Ujri 7:, 8 it' 1 ICT iy REGULAR $318 (M) QD llj m r ond Mare Ulricft Snyder, bom of Pensacoia. his oarents, Mr. ond Mrs. Mo-weii Snyder of London. Ohio; three Sisters. Mrs. Edna Mae Baum, Mrs. Joyce Robv and Mrs. Brendo Smith, oil of London, Ohio. Funerol services will be 9:30 o m. Monday in St. Anne's Catholic Church with the Rev. Fr. John Ocari and Rev. Fr. Thomas Pyne saying moss. The Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. 5undov n the Fisher-Pou Chaoei. The family reauest that flowers be omitted ond contributions be mode to the American Heart Fund. The body will be moved to the Fisher-Pou Chaoei at 2 o m Sunday. Pallbearers will be Jerry Brown, Roy Burnett, Don Coiltnsworth, Reed Eubonks. Bill Buckely and Sandy San-ford. Burial will be in the Barrancas Notional Cemetery with military honors at the grave. Fisher-Pou Funeral Service will direct. ...... ..u .anl v.x-.j.lljMf,.M... Thet ACAPULCO Model E3721L MAJORCA E4003W selector. 1 1, 3UU volts ot picture power (aesign average.) lop carry The CORTEZ S2905W handle. Zenith quality speaker. Telescoping dipole VHF antenna. 1 FAIRFIELD PLAZA Fairfield Drive between Pace Blvd. & Palafox St. SHOP WEEKDAYS9:00 A.M. la 9:00 P.M., SHOP SUNDAY-12 Neon to CLARY FUNERAL HOME FREDERICK W.COOPER OEFUNIAK SPRINGS Frederick W. CooDer, 78. of 802 W. Park Ave., died Fridov afternoon in o Mitton hosoitoi. A native ot Mcintosh, he resided in DeFuniok Sormos the past 30 years ond wos o retired salesman. Survivors include his widow, Mrs, Gertrude L Coooer of OeFuniok Springs; ond two sons, Eugene Coooer and Frederick W. Coooer Jr., both of St. Petersburg. Funeral services will be 2 30 o.m. Sunday tn the Clary Funeral Home Chaoei with the Rev. Glen W. Soence officiating. Burial will be in the Magnolia Cemetery with Clary Funeral Home directing The oadv will oe moved to the chaoei of Clory Funeral Home al 2 o.m. Saturday. or Money Refuncbd nmmitti.'u;ix-tuuava A-mnnrvnJl i J Deluxe two tone cabinet in beige with contrasting dark brown front accented with gold color metallic trim. High performance chassis. Super video range tuning system. Telescoping dipole VHF antenna. Detachable UHF loop antenna. Size 1 9" Diagonal Chromacolor picture in a compact grained American walnut color cabinet. Over 90 solid-state Titan 101 chassis. Solid-state super video range tuning system. 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