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n- nim' H ; 28 Pensacola News Journal Wednesday, Septembers, 1990 C 3S222 .t FOR THE RECORD OUit MISTAKE? If we make a mistake In our news columns, .we want to correct it Please call 435-451 1 to .we can set the record straight All corrections will be printed In the section In which the error occurred. LOTTERY .CASH 3 6-7-5 TALLAHASSEE The Florida Lottery Department on Tuesday released the following information on "Fantasy 5" payoffs. Four first-prize winners on Monday night can collect $230,272.92. 768 people won $345 for picking 4-of-5, and 27,862 people won $5 for picking 3-of-5. The winning numbers for Monday night were 12-13-22-25-39. MEETINGS . The following governmental boards and .agencies are scheduled to meet this week; TODAY Okaloosa County: r . Destin City Council, special meeting on bud-gef millage, 6 p.m., City Hall. ' Fort Walton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency Survey Committee, 7 a.m., City Hall. 1 THURSDAY Escambia County: Pensacola City Council, Committee of the . Whole, 6:30 p.m., City Hall. Pensacola City Council, 7:30 p.m., City Hall. Okaloosa County: Destin Planning Commission, special workshop, 7 p.m., City Hall. Fort Walton Beach Beautification Committee, 7 p.m., City Hall. Niceviiie City Council, budget hearing, 7 p.m., City Hall. Valparaiso Planning Board, 7 p.m.. City Hall. BLOODMQSILE The Northwest Florida Blood Center will have its Bloodmobile at the following locations this week: Today Fiberweb, 610 Chemstrand Road, Cantonment, 1 to 3 p.m. Daniels Construction, Gonzalez, 3:30 to 5 p.m. Thursday Tate High School, Gonzalez, 7:30 a.m. to A :30 p.m. Pensacola Naval Air Station, Building 603, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. i-riaa day Eglln Air Force Base, Transportation, 12:30 COURT LOG t Murder suspect to keep television privileges V A man charged with first-degree murder in the 1984 death of a Pensacola woman decided Tues-, day to stay in the Escambia County jail's maximum security I facilities so he could keep his ' , - television privileges. Ronald Harvey Fleming, 41, is , defending himself in the capital ' murder case. He told Circuit Judge Nick Geeker on Tuesday afternoon that he needed greater POLICE LOG Cigarette thief shoots . at grocery store boss A store manager escaped injury ' Tuesday morning after a cigarette ' thief took several shots at him, the Escambia Sheriffs Department said. The incident occurred just after t ' midnight at the FoodMax at Fair-.;; field Drive and Mobile Highway, 1 when the suspect refused to pay for three cartons of cigarettes, said ;'v' Deputy Richard Jensma. h,; After an employee of the store Death notices BLAKE - Jule C. Blake, of Pensacola, died jr, Tuesday, Sept 4, 1990. In accordance '( with his wishes, there will be no ser-' vices. i-BRENNAN j'rj John Christopher Brennan, 37, of . . , Deweyville, Utah, died Wednesday, yj "Aug. 29, 1990. Services, 10a.m., Thurs-day in the funeral home. Donnie Sowell Jt 1 Funeral Home directing. CROOK Pink Crook, 86, of Pensacola, died t Monday, Sept 3, 1990. Funeral services ; will be announced by Benboe Funeral Home. HICKS Sgt. Wayne Hicks (U.S. Army retired), 61, of Navarre, died Sunday, Sept. 2, 1990. Graveside services with military honors, 1:15 p.m., Wednesday in Barrancas National Cemetery. Little Chapel Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. MOORE 'f Emma Brewton Moore, 85, of Pensa-v'r v cola, died Monday, Sept. 2, 1990. Services, 10:30 a.m., Friday in the funeral , home. Harper-Morris Funeral Home di- recting. '; NORRED 1 v Louis Norred, 57, of Pensacola, died Tuesday, Sept. 4, 1990. Graveside ser-',, - vices, 10a.m., Thursday in Pine Barren . Creek Cemetery. Faith Chapel Funeral Home directing. ' PHILLIPS John Colie Phillips, 79, of Pensacola, died Monday, Sept 3, 1990. Funeral mass, 11a.m., Friday in the Cathedral i of the Sacred Heart PIERCE Allen G. Pierce, 76, of Pensacola, died Monday, Sept. 3, 1990. Services, 10 a.m., Thursday at the funeral home. " " ' Faith Chapel Funeral Home directing. PIERCE Elza B. Pierce, 73, of Pensacola, died Monday, Sept 3, 1990. Funeral mass, ".. . 11a.m., Thursday in the Nativity of Our Lord Catholic Church. Harper- ' ' Morris Funeral Chapel directing. WOOTEN Juanita J. Wooten, 72, of Pensacola, ,.v , died Tuesday, Sept 4, 1990. Funeral services will be announced by Rogers-Northview Funeral Home.HAIL to 3:30 p.m. Navy Hospital, Pensacola, 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Eglin Air Force Base, Supply Building, 8:30 a.m. to noon. The Northwest Florida Blood Center also accepts blood donations at its offices at 2201 N. Ninth Ave. The center is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday. MARRIAGES The following people have received marriage licenses from the Escambia County Clerk of Courts office. August 30 Julian Carroll Suggs Jr., 22, and Amy Ly-nette Taylor, 20, both of Cantonment James Richard Dutton, 32, and Wanda Jean Glass, 34, both of Pensacola Beach. Robert Dean Porter, 21 , and Jennifer Victoria Wiesner, 20, both of Pensacola. Thomas L Talovich, 24, and Anne Moor Lussier, 25, both of Tustin, Calif. Toby Wayne Pharr, 19, and Rachel Kay Ronk, 16, both of Pensacola. James Edward McGaughey Jr., 20, end Brandi Marie Ripp, 18, both of Pensacola. William Patrick O'Neal, 30, and Shino High-tower, 26, both of Pensacola. David Michael Barberin, 38, and Virginia Amelia Mulligan, 34, both of Pensacola. Curtis Louis Pace, 27, and Mildred Ann Miller, 48, both of Hattiesburg, Miss. Randy Richard Hellinger, 25, Albambra, III., and Stephanie Renee Coffman, 25, Worden, III. Craig Alan Hanson, 30, and Martha Ann Russell, 30, both of El Paso, Texas. James Dennis Windrow, 37, and Lindsey Gray Wendershott, 34, both of Gonzalez. Peter Rudolph Gindl Jr., 25, Molino, and Donna Marie Sadler, 29, Pensacola. Kieron George O'Connor, 28, Meridian, and Teresa Lynn Grimes, 27, Gulf Shores, Ala. DIVORCES The following people have received divorces In Escambia Circuit Court Aug. 9 David B. Spivey and Deborah L Spivey, both of Pensacola. Eric Windsor Larson and Klra Ayn Larson, both of Pensacola. John Thomas Broadway and Mary Elizabeth Broadway, both of Cantonment Louis B. Hobson and Mary E. Cavanagh, address unknown. Aug. 10 Paul Wayne Cranmer and Gina Jo Cranmer, both of Pensacola. Trade Dee Potts, Pensacola, and Johnnie Lester Potts, Onslow County, N.C. Thomas Gilbert Auman and Rose Marie access to a telephone, a copy machine and a typewriter. He also wants the state to provide him with a private investigator. Geeker denied Fleming's request for an investigator, the copy machine and typewriter, and jail personnel said he could be moved into a special maximum cell with increased telephone access. Lt. Gerald Russo said Fleming would have to give up his television privileges if he moved into the cell. "That's totally unacceptable," Fleming said. "That's your choice," said yelled "Theft!" the store manager ordered the suspect to stop. But the suspect ran into the parking lot with the manager in pursuit During the chase, the suspect pulled out a pistol and fired twice at the manager, who fell to the ground when he heard the shots. The suspect escaped in a car. Prison camp escapees are captured in forest MILTON Two men who escaped Sunday night from the Berrydale Forestry Camp were recap The lengthier items appearing here are paid notices. To place a death notice, call 435-8585. The summaries that usually appear at the beginning of the paid death notices are published on a one-time basis as a public service of the Pensacola News Journal as received from Pensacola area mortuaries. HAIL John Hail, 50, of Pensacola, died Tuesday, Sept 4, 1990. Services to be announced by Joe Morris and Son Fu-neral Home. ' JULE C. BLAKE Jule C. Blake of Pensacola died September 4, 1990. Mr. Blake was born In Collinsville, III. on August 27, 1911. He was a DAV, member of the Commanders Club and BPO Elks for 29 years. Survivors Include: his son, Jule J. Blake of Pensacola; granddaughters, Regina Blake, Rebecca Blake White-hurst; and three great-grandchildren. In accordance with nls wishes no services will be held. WATERS & HIBBERT are complet-Ing arrangements. JOHN CHRISTOPHER BRENNAN John Christopher Brennan, 37, of Deweyville, Utah, died August 29, 1990 In Deweyville. Mr. Brennan was a native of Riverside, Calif, and had lived in Milton many years before moving to Deweyville and had lived there for 12 years. He was an employee of Lazy Boy Furniture Company. Survivors include: his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene V. Brennan of Milton; two sons, Paul Brennan, Devin Brennan, both of Wadesville, Ind.; two brothers, Theodore Brennan of San Jose, Calif., Steven Brennan of Milton; two sisters, Cynthia Brennan of Dover, Del. and Kay Fass of Pensacola. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday in Donnie Sowell Funeral Home with Chaplain John Cames officiating. Burial will be in Memory Park Cemetery with DONNIE SOWELL FUNERAL HOME, 5641 Hwy. 90, directing. Friends may call at the funeral home from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday. SSGT. WAYNE HICKS SSgt. Wayne Hicks, U.S. Army retired, age 61, of 8525 Laredo St., Navarre, died September 2 as a result of an automobile accident. He was a native of Cullman, Ala. and moved to the area in 1974 from Vernon. He retired from the U.S. Army in 1970 with over 20 years of service. He was a self employed carpenter and was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10479 In Mary Esther. Survivors include: three sons, Mark Walker Auman, address unknown. Leon Ear) Antone and Laura Lynn Antone, both of Pensacola. Michael D. Guthrie, Pensacola, and Judith M. Guthrie, Memphis, Tenn. Elaine C. Sharp, Pensacola, and Walton H. Sharp, Denton, Texas. Rickey Lynn Farmer, Summerdale, Ala., and Rebecca Lynn Farmer, Pensacola. Deborah Grossoehme Seville and James Edward Sevilla, both of Pensacola. Johnny W. Johnson and Linda D. Johnson, both of Pensacola. Randall Gene Barbour and Deborah Evans Barbour, both of Pensacola. TRAFFIC ALERT Mobile Highway and Massachusetts Avenue will have minor delays as a tight-turn lane is installed on Massachusetts. The project will last several weeks. U.S. 29 from north of Pine Barren Creek to McDavid is being resurfaced. There may be some local delays and single lanes of traffic. Project is to last about three months. Jefferson Street from Government to Church Street is closed for installation of concrete pavers.. ARRESTS ESCAMBIA COUNTY: The following is a list of people booked in the Escambia County Jail on felony charges between 7 a.m. Monday and 7 a.m. Tuesday: Lee Hamilton Hines, 19, 7200 block of Rolling Hills Road, possession of crack cocaine, possession of crack with intent to distribute, reckless display of a firearm and discharging a firearm in public. James ConkelL 26, Montgomery, Ala., battery on a law enforcement officer and disorderly intoxication. Eleven other other people were booked on misdemeanor charges during the same 24-hour period. There were 1,014 inmates in the jail at 7 a.m. Tuesday. SANTA ROSA COUNTY The following people were booked In Santa Rosa County Jail on felony charges between 3 p.m. Friday and 3 p.m. Monday: Glenn Wheeler Jr., 21, of Berrydale, escape from prison camp. Troy A. Sutherland, 21, of Brandon, escape from prison camp. Daniel W. Hudson, 26, of Navarre, possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony. Stephen P. Briggs, 31, of Fort Walton Beach, possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana. Twenty-nine other people were booked on misdemeanor charges during that period. Geeker, adding that Fleming can be moved into the cell if he wants. Fleming is charged in the April 29, 1984, death of Rebecca Jane Powell, 41. Powell's body has not been found, but Fleming was arrested in June in Louisiana after new details surfaced and the case was reopened. Fleming's trial is scheduled to begin next week, but Assistant State Attorney Jim Murray said the trial will be continued until at least November. Staff writer Melanie Hiett compiled this report. - tured Monday, the Santa Rosa County Sheriffs Department reported. Glenn Wheeler Jr., 21, of Berry-dale, and Troy A. Sutherland, 21, of Brandon, both were charged Monday with escape from a prison camp after they were arrested about at 8 a.m. Monday. The two were recaptured by prison camp officers about five miles east of the prison camp on Florida Highway 4, said Maj. Robert Grant, a spokesman for the prison. "They never got out of the woods," Grant said. Hicks of Lebanon, Tenn., Thomas Hicks of Ft. Walton Beach, Derek Hicks of Orlando; three daughters, Shelly Jamison of Mossy Head, Diedrie Hernandez, Amber Hicks, both of Navarre; a brother, Martin Hicks; a sister, Mary Crowe, both of Evansville, Ind.; and eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Little Chapel Funeral Home with a U.S. Army Chaplain officiating. Graveside services with military honors will follow at 1:15 p.m. in Barrancas National Cemetery. LITTLE CHAPEL FUNERAL HOME, 910 Beal Pkwy., Ft Walton Beach, is In charge of arrangements. ARCHIE McNEAL Archie McNeal, 67, of 119 Robinson Street, died Friday, August 31 , 1 990 at his home after an extended illness. Survivors include: a devoted wife, Maggie McNeal; four sons, Archie McNeal Jr., Thomas (Vickie) McNeal, Roosevelt (Glena) McNeal, Willie (Rita) McNeal; ten daughters, Sally Purifoy, Rudy (Lumon) Scott, Lucy (Willie) Henderson, Christine Gray, Julia (Donnell) Jackson, Mary McNeal, Georgia McNeal, Dorothy Brown, Angelina McNeal, Sandra McNeal; a sister, Hat-tie Hoderick; mother-in-law, Julia Fountain; 41 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and numerous nephews, nieces and other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held at 12 Noon Thursday in Greater First Baptist Church with the Rev. J. Robinson officiating. Burial will be In Barrancas National Cemetery with JOE MORRIS & SON FUNERAL HOME directing. Friends may call at the funeral home from 6 to 7 p.m. Wednesday. BONNIE YVONNE MADSEN Bonnie Yvonne Madsen, 69, of Pensacola, died Sunday, September 2, 1990 at her home after a lengthy illness. Mrs. Madsen was a native of Dc-than, Ala. and had lived in Pensacola for 55 years. She was a member of Smyrna Baptist Church and the Neomi Sunday School Class of Smyrna Baptist Church. Survivors include: her husband, W.N. (Bill) Madsen; three sons and daughters-in-law, Chuck and Charlotte Madsen, Billy and Lynda Madsen, Mitchell and Diane Madsen; daughter and son-in-law, Delores and Norman Williams; brothers, Edward Brunson, Barney Brunson; sisters, Gardaln Vietnam effects linger in region FROM IB highest toll per capita for any region in Florida, which lost about 2,000 of the more than 52,000 men and women who died in Vietnam. Nelson Wellborn Sr., who spent a year recovering from wounds in Vietnam, is one of the leaders of the Wall South, a project to build a half-scale replica in Pensacola of the Vietnam Memorial in Washington. It is easy for Wellborn to contrast the Vietnam War and the Sheriffs son facing animal cruelty trial FROM IB "The truth is, you never saw Jeff sicking his dog on the cat, did you," Eddins said. "You just assumed he was." "Yes I did! I am not assuming it, he did it," Crockett said. Assistant State Attorney Neill Wade's office was appointed by the governor to prosecute the case after Pensacola State Attorney Curtis Golden took himself off the case. "The case just does not exist against James Manning," said Manning's attorney, Peter Mitchell. Eddins said in his opening arguments that Crockett assumed Coffman was hurting her cat because of a previous incident in the neighborhood when a cat was struck by an arrow. "Jeff does not hate cats. He likes cats and all animals," Eddins told the jury. On Tuesday night, the jury went to the scene of the alleged incident on Cedar Street in Milton in response to a request by Eddins. "I want you to be there to see that this lady could not have seen what she said she saw," Eddins said. But Crockett told the jury she was "positive" that Coffman was using her cat to bait his dog. Because Coffman has been convicted of two crimes in the past two years, and was on community control a stricter form of probation at the time of the animal cruelty arrest, he could face additional charges if convicted. The trial resumes at 9 a.m. today at the courthouse in Milton. Accidental shooting leads to drug charges A Pensacola man who told sheriffs deputies he accidentally discharged a firearm Tuesday, was arrested on that charge and two drug charges. Lee Hamilton Hines, 19, of the 7200 block of Rolling Hills Road, told Escambia Sheriffs Deputies Carl Chapman and Eddie Barnard that he accidentally discharged a ,22-caliber automatic pistol near Dunsford, Virginia McCurdy, Modell Lowery; 15 grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 1 1 a.m. Wednesday, September 5, 1990 in Fisher-Pou Funeral Service Chapel with the Rev. Roy Julian, pastor of Smyrna Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be In Union Hill Cemetery with FISHER-POU FUNERAL SERVICE, 27 E. Wright St., directing. Friends may call at the funeral home from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. In lieu of flowers, contnbutlons may be made to Hospice of Northwest Florida. Active pallbearers will be: Jacob Fretwell, Douglas McCurdy, Gordon Richmond, A.O. Stokes, David Law-ton, Sonny Parrish and Marcus Richmond. Honorary pallbearers will be: Hillery Moore, Herman Richmond and Neomi Sunday School Class of Smyrna Bap-tlst Church. EMMA BREWTON MOORE Emma Brewton Moore, 85, of Pensacola died Monday night in a local hospital. Mrs. Moore was a native and lifelong resident of Pensacola. She was a member of the First Christian Church. Survivors include her daughter, Judith Bigler; sister, Alma Walker; cousin-foster daughter, Vivan Brewton Lan-dis; two grandchildren. Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m. Friday in Harper-Morris Chapel with Rev. oan Yarbrough officiating. Burial will be in Bayview Memorial Park with HARPER-MORRIS MEMORIAL CHAPEL in charge of arrangements. Friends may call at the funeral home from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday. JOHN COLIE PHILLIPS John Colie Phillips, 79, of Pensacola, died Monday evening, September 3, 1990, In a local hospital. Mr. Phillips was a native of Norway, S. C. and had resided in Pensacola 62 years. He was a member of the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, the Knights of Columbus Council 778, the A.F.G.E., and the National Association of Retired Federal Employees and was a retired supervisor from N.A.S., Pensacola. Survivors include his dear wife, Rosina Phillips of Pensacola; his nieces and nephews. Funeral Mass wil be at 11 a.m., Friday. September 7, 1990 in the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart with Father Michael Reed officiating. buildup of U.S. forces in Saudi Arabia. "At that time no one was really thinking about it. We didn't have a major troop movement to Vietnam, Wellborn said of his arrival as a young Army soldier in Vietnam in January 1966. His son, Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Nelson Wellborn Jr., is on a Navy ship somewhere in the Persian Gulf. "He's more concerned about the boat trip" than possible combat, Wellborn said of the ratio-tele mmmmmmmfmmmmmmiWW'm'''m,,'mm' ''' ' mmmmmm i i i i jm ' . ; ; -I ; ' ttfff i ' A ' ' i ' 1 t 1 I i I Ssw - k , s Jr rt . v Steve MawyerNews Journal Battening down David Duntz of Pensacola Beach takes sails down from a catamaran Tuesday afternoon at Port Side Sailing at the beach. Duntz was securing the sailboat as a storm approached. the 6600 block of Hampton Road about 1:30 a.m. ' Hines allegedly shot at a mailbox, and a bullet struck Terrance Tillman in the wrist. Deputies found Hines at a nearby residence. From the home, Hines led deputies to nearby woods where he had stashed the gun. Deputies reportedly found the gun and crack cocaine. Hines was charged with possession of crack cocaine, reckless display of a firearm and discharging a weapon in public. Hines was being held in the Escambia County Jail Burial will be In Bayview Memorial Park with BAYVIEW FISHER POU CHAPEL, 3351 Scenic Hwy, directing. Friends may call at Bayview Fisher Pou Chapel from 5 to 7 p.m., Thursday. The Rosary will be recited at 6 p.m., Thursday, at Bayview Fisher Pou Chapel. Active pallbearers will be Francis O'Coner, Joe Dooley, Barry Theriot, Carey Hargrave, Robert E. Phillips, Pete Stacey, and Ted Kast. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Knights of Columbus and Dr. Amos Prevatt. ALLEN G. PIERCE Allen G. Pierce, 76, of Pensacola, died September 3, 1990, in Bon Se-cour, Ala. Mr. Pierce was a native of New York and had resided in Pensacola for five years. He was retired from Ford Motor Company after 36 years of service. He was a deacon with the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Survivors include his wife, Mildred D. Pierce; two sons, Ronald A. Pierce, Richard W. Pierce; six stepdaughters, Jean Jones, Jeanette Kramer, Jo Barlow, Barbara Barlow, Kathryn Arant, Sharon Mathis; 22 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m., Thursday at Faith Chapel Funeral Home with Elder William Boyer and Rev. Cart Sanders, officiating. Burial will be in Pensacola Memorial Gardens with FAITH CHAPEL FUNERAL HOME directing. Friends may call at the funeral home from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. Active pallbearers will be the grandsons. Honorary pallbearers will be Leonard Danley, Lonnie Green, Floyd Willis, Davis Rice and the deacons of R.LD.S. Church. ELZA B. PIERCE Elza B. Pierce, 73, of Pensacola died Monday evening, September 3, 1990, in a local hospital. Mrs. Pierce was a native of Chicago, III. and lived for nine years in Pensacola after coming from Chicago, III. She was a member of the Nativity of Our Lord Catholic Church and was preceded in death by her loving husband Mr. Robert J. Pierce. Survivors Include two sister3 and brothers-in-law, Irene and Commander Richard H. Puckett of Pensacola, Catherine end William C. Graf of Pensacola; host of nieces and nephews. communications operator. "I told him to take some fishing tackle with him and he'd have the world's largest trolling boat." But beyond the outer layer of calm, Wellborn is like most parents with sons and daughters in the armed services. "It concerns me," he said. "I don't want to lose him. But I still understand that if he has to go, he has to go. I just told him to keep his head down." on $20,000 bond. Three men charged with indecent exposure Three men were arrested Tuesday at Scenic Highway and Lang-ley Boulevard and charged with exposure of sexual organs. One of the men also was charged with lewd and lascivious behavior. ' The men were booked in Escambia County Jail on a $100 bond. Staff writers Craig Myers, Cindy West, Marcus J. King and Allison Smith compiled this report Funeral mass will be celebrated 1 1 a.m. Thursday, September 6, 1990, in Nativity of Our Lord Catholic Church with Father Kevin Johnson officiating. Burial will be In Barrancas National Cemetery with HARPER-MORRIS MEMORIAL CHAPEL 2276 Airport Blvd in charge of arrangements. Friends may call at Harper-Morris from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. For those who desire contributions may be made to their favorite charity. JOSEPH T. "WOODY" WOODSON Joseph T. "Woody" Woodson, 69. of Warrington, died Sunday, September 2, 1990 in a local hospital. Mr. Woodson was a native of Brooklyn, N.Y. but had lived continuously in Pensacola for the past 27 years. He was a member of the Warrington United Methodist Church. Mr. Woodson was a veteran of World War II while serving in the U.S. Navy. He was active in several Veterans and Civic organizations including the Fleet Reserve Association Branch 22, Naval Masonic Lodge No. 24, Eastern Star No. 205, York Rite Masonic Bodies, Hadji Shrine Temple, and was a Red Cross Volunteer. Survivors include Mr. Woodson's daughter and son-in-law, Cheryl D. and Lee W. Lambert of Prairleville, La.; three grandchildren, Joshua, Jessica and Matthew Tucker Lambert of Prair-ieville; a daughter-in-law, Cindy Woodson of Pensacola; a sister, Roberta A. Hayes of Akron, Ohio; a long time friend, Bill Akins of Pensacola; and Mr. Woodson's fiance, Betty Jean Uzed-evenes of Pensacola. Funeral services will be held at I Si,!5 ,a mL Thursday, September 6. 1990 in the chapel of Oak Lawn Funeral Home with the Rev. James Claunch, pastor of Warrington United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will follow in Barrancas National Cemetery with military honors. OAK LAWN FUNERAL HOME, 619 New Warrington Road, 453-2321, Is in charge of arrangements. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Wednesday evening at 5 p.m. and ending with the concluston of The Fleet Reserve Association Branch Nov22 services which begin at 7 p.m. The family suggests in lieu of flow-Sftj on.atlon9 be made in the memory of Mr Woodson to Hospice of North- Actlv8 pallbearers will be members of Fleet Reserve Association Branch

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