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11-1 jr. ffnkm Timet, Jyry 23. 1Uf VICTIM IN FAMILY le Injuries I 7 7 Phi? v' i i cial fund to aid the survivors last July 3. i fca Dasih pi Me TlmN Burma BRADENTON Wayne Jones, 33, of Myakka City, wanted for questioning in connection with the shooting of his wife more than a week ago, surrendered himself Monday. Lucille M.

Jones was killed July 14 and Jones was immediately sought. He Is being held on a warrant charging him with first degree murder. Lt R. A. Collcr said, sheriff's deputies had "no idea" where Jones has been since the shooting.

Collcr said Jones is unwilling to say. Mrs. Jones was shot In the Stylarama Beauty Salon in Montgomery Ward's Plaza just south of Bradenton. I Jones and his wife had been to-owners of the shop; she ciad filed a divorce action in 'April of this year. She was shot four times, three times In the head.

7s) 'tbA I A Picture Tells Tho Story Of Palmetto Library Palmetto's new public library is nearlng completion. It tare at 513 10th which was built la 1915. The new bring built directly across the street from the prevent struc- tag will cover 7,050 square feet. Dies DENVER (UPI) George Creatwood 13, died Monday at the University of Colorado Medical Center of injuries suffered in a New Mexico motel fire which earlier claimed the lives of his father and sister. Doctors said tta boy, sen of Georst Creatwoci ii, of Era dentca, died ct cms suf- fered over more fcan half of hlsbody.

i The boy's father and sister, Debra, 12, 'died ta Denver about two weeks after the June 19 accident. They were flown to Denver after an explosion and fire at Kit Carson Inn In Cimarron, N.M. Mrs. Jean Creatwood, 43, and another child, Patricia, 3 B. LleU of Washington, a brother.

Arch M. Reld of four grandchildren. Edwards Funeral Home, Palmetto, a Mcdonald, harry, 64, of Manatee River Trailer Park, Ellenton, Monday (July 21, 1969). Born in Du Bois, in Ellenton several years from Wllliamsport, Pa. Retired wire-drawer for Bethlehem Steel In Wllliamsport.

Protestant. Survived by his wife, Devona. Edwards Funeral Home, Palmetto. Ufltf'sFleriiiliTb FLDROAN A distinctive Sunday magazine for and about Florida, and the people who appreciate it. ntartfra 13, are reported in fair condition at the hospital I'ev Mexico said the blast apparently was touched off when the father lit a cigarette which Ignited leaking gas In the family's motel room.

The family had been traveling from Florida to Colorado Springs, at the time. The Rev. George Kempsell. rector of the. Episcopal Church of Christ the King in Arvada, set up a spe KIACIMOAOS Wt tan Mfflv aar stfta, tyt 4 Matt Mtiaa aa4 at katttr fjrka! 19 twlitv Ma M4al lAAia Faciei? Strvice Available fen DAHliaS, MOTOIOLAOAKt.

use oanavox, oTAiiea, IllCTONI, AUDI0T0NL RfX-TC9I, 0MNIT0NI, SliMANI, WIDIX 4 athtra. Baaairt Wklla Ta Walt UM My Clamlat a Aattli )M AUTH0IIZID DAMtSlta MAUI i i in to; NATIONAL POST i i jSTeopaTns ciecr Dr. II. S. Horn il r-l i (Horn has held all major offices in the Florida Osteopathic Association Including that of president.

He has served as secretary treasurer of the association since 1961 and has for the past eight years been a member of the State Board of Health. At the national level, Dr. Horn served in the policymaking house of delgates of the national association for 11 years, and has been a mem- ABERNATHY, MRS. JOHN C. 88, formerly of Port Charlotte, Monday (July 21, 1969) In Miami.

In Miami 3 '4 years from Port Charlotte. Charter member of Animal Welfare League of Charlotte County. Survived by a son, John Port Charlotte; a sister, Miss Alexandria Obenchaln, Miami. Kays Funeral Home, Port Charlotte. DECKER DR.

60, of 613 Key Royale Drive, Holmes Beach, Monday (July 21, 1969). Born In Garfield, N.J., in Bradenton a year from Mlddletown, Ohio. Retired physician. Member Butler County Medical Society and the Ohio State Medical Association. Affiliated with First United Presbyterian Church and attended Roser Memorial Community Church.

Veteran of World War II. Survived by his wife, Georgia; and a brother, Tunis of Ger-mantown, Ohio. Griffith-Cline Island Chapel, Holmes Beach, a a DUNCAN, MRS. ELSIE, 64, of 122 NE Arlington Court, Port Charlotte, Monday (July 21, 1969). Born In London.

In Port Charlotte two years from Des Moines, Iowa. Member Pilgrim United Church, Port Charlotte; Port Charlotte Civic Association; OES, Waveland, Park Chapter 539, Dcs Moines; past mother advisor for the Order of Rainbow Girls, Des Moines. Survived by husband, William; SARASOTA SESSION Land, Cable JV fi ftBAeTOle mtu mm Staff Wtota fry Piper OBITUARIES three brothers, Robert and Fred Andrews, both of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; Frank Andrews, Vancouver, B.C.; a sister, Mrs. Kate Groves, London. Kays Funeral Home, Port Charlotte.

JOHNSON, WILLIAM CLARENCE, SI. of El Rancho Village, Bradenton, Tuesday (July 22, 1969). Born In Fram-Ingham, Mass. in Bradenton 12 years from Ridgewood, N.J. Retired agronomist for the American Agriculture New York City.

Veteran of World War I. Member First Congregational Christian Church ot Bradenton; Alpha Lodge AF A AM and Concord Royal Arch Chapter both In Framlngham; Scottish Rite Valley of Syracuse, N.Y., Zi- yara Temple of Utica, N.Y., and the American Association of Retired Persons. Survived by his wife, Vera a daugh ter, Mrs. A. Lynn Corcelius of Huntingdon, a son, Rich ard S.

of New York City, and four grandchildren. Griffith Cline Bradenton Chapel. a LITTLEWOOD. MRS. ADA MAY.

71, of 1612 59th St. NW, Bradenton, Monday (July 21, 1968). Born in Lewistown, in Bradenton eight yars from wyanaoite, Mich. Baptist. Member ot Bradenton Garden Club Ixora Circle.

Survived by ner husband, William a son, William II. of Tokyo, Japan: a daughter, Mrs. Lois 1H 'JilU'Jo tj i 0 vj fee frasbafv laeaee-leftlsa. FLOVGRS St. etfftaarf ps-mt 4-114 klaarwatarl tat 44flSf7 I M4-X779 17)1-4414 Wi Wirt Mourn Worlduiidt FOX Funeral Information Ttltphent CCS-3141 aSi fVaaBa biabAaaBf inaaaaaaaMalA VJrfjaaaja'aji apaaifTvJS ftilVfBiBjTffaai m4 SM SMrlffv aWeeftH faV laafwrf 6rewflNAf SalajfHaaj rr aaiaats Ta Or from Ofkar Ctttoa A NMa Sarviaa by WILHELM-THUXSTON Funeral Heme 141 likfh Sfratt Nartl 43 Catatral Ave.

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Woodrow S. Horn, a family doctor who has practiced in Florida since 1943, was named presidentelect of the American Osteopathic Association during its annual business session yesterday here in Chicago. Dr. Horn, of Palmetto, took his pre-medical education at West Virginia University and obtained his doctor of osteopathy degree from the Kirksville College of Osteopathy and Surgery in 1939. He practiced in Charleston, W.

Va. for' four years before moving to Florida. An active physician, Dr. Eagles Dinner To Be Saturday Times Bureau BRADENTON Aerie 3171 'Fraternal Order of Eagles will hold a "dutch treat" dinner at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Tete Reynard's Yacht Club Restaurant in Holmes Beach.

Those planning to attend are asked to meet at the Eagle Village Library at 6 Funeral ROCK William 3. iMd iwty Monday, July II. IMt. mldtd At I MO Morton Dr. turvlvM by hit wilt Elut i ton, William f.

Brock III, 1 itip-iont, Nobtrt and William VonDtnBoach, I Itap-daughlari, Mri, I Donna Young, Mri. Ray Wtub. 1 broth-4 art, Thomat, Harry and Raymond i Brock and hit molhar, Mri. Anna Brock. Fritndt may call it tha im mont Punaral Home, ath St.

at Mth Wednaiday, July II. tram ana m. whar lunaral tarvicat will ba hold Thurtday, July 24 at 10 a.m. with Father Patrick Multin officiating, inier ir.nt will follow at lylvan Abbey Cam atary, Clearwater, ilmmont Funeral Home in charge ol PAHM Lawrence 71, of IIS NE. Died Tuetday, July i Born In Belleville, llllnolt.

Hera I yeari trom Dayton, Ohio. Ha Wat rt- oanv. Davton, Ohio. Ha allandad SI. Raphael'! Catholic Church and wai a 4 member et Holy Name society ot it Petertburt, and Knightt ot Columbut Countel No.

500. Dayton, Ohio, iurvl- vort Include hit wile, Olivia Dahm, til Daughter, Mri. Laurlna Butler, Dayton, 1 Ohio; hit 1 tont, Clarence Dayton, 4 Ohio, Norm f.i Lot Angelei, Calltorn.a brothert, Albert, port Wayne, Indl ana, Walter and Corniel both ol Day ton, Ohio. 2 littert, Sitter Mary Nor. 4 bart, St.

Louit, Mittourl. Mri, Anattaia linn, Beiieviue. nnnoti ana a grano children. Priendt may can wednetaay. from 1 to p.m.

at tha Ana.rton McQueen Funeral Home. 2201 tth St. Interment will take place tn Dayton, unio. JODOIN Mitt Vaieda, la died July 11 In Hugglni Hospital, Wotfeboro, New Mamp.hire attar a lingering lllnest Formerly ol plnellat Pt Dr. St, Petertburg, the wat born In Satem, Matt.

Daughter at tha lata Franc it to where the living is easy! MACKLE BUILT SPRIMGHILL 15 MACKLE-BUILT MODEL HOMES PRICED FROM $10,500 (Total Cash Price including Homesite) fbrycurccrorfrudc. Fish in 32 lakes! Golf on new course! Continuous Community Center Activities! DR. WOODROW 8. HORN Palmetto practice. ber of the board of trustees for almost nine years.

He has served as chairman of the committee on ethics and of the bureaus of professional affairs and public affairs. Dr. Horn Is married and lives in Terra Ccia. as required by a recently passed statute. During the past several weeks protests were made by agricultural landowners who, confused by the ambiguity of the statutes, filed late or did not file at all.

Those who did not file as agricultural land holders have their property assessed as non-agricultural land and for most It means an Increase In taxes. IN YESTERDAY'S action however, the commission Inv posed a deadline of July 31, 1969 and asked that evidence be submitted as proof of the land use. It also declared that the motion applied only to 19C9 taxes and in 1970 the land owners would have to meet the April deadline. Concluding its meeting as the agricultural zoning board, the commission then convened as the board of equalization. The major appeal was pre" sentcd by E.

G. Boone, a Venice attorney representing four of the county's five cablevi-sion companies, G-Tech, Sarasota Cable Antenna Network, V-Can and Cablevlew. BOONE RECALLED that last year, the first year ot ca-blcvision In the county, alter much negotiation between the county tax assessor and company officials a figure of $1,750 per mile of cable was agreed upon as an assessment figure. He said lt was regarded as too high by the cablevi-sion officials but it was agreed upon ''as a starting point." This year Boone said assessment nearly tripled. After three petitions to the tax assessor Boone said assessments ot JtS2.000 for G-Tech, $332,000 for Sarasota Cable Antenna Network, and $192, 000 for V-Can were made and still considered too high by company officials.

BOOXE SAID G-Tech had approximately 173 miles of cable with 4200 subscribers; Sarasota Cable Antenna Network. 113 miles with 5200 subscribers, and V-Can with 55 miles of cable and 2200 subscribers. further consideration of Boone's presentation will be given with final figures to be set by July 31. Drive up today! Just 45 miles north of Tampa and St. Petersburg on U.S.

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The Sarasota' County Commission, meeting as the county agricultural zoning board, decided not to penalize owners who did not file as agriculture landowners by April 1 Notices laleiman, Ha ll lurvlved by hit wife, Mri. Louita C. Ron of St. Petertburg tont, Dr. Robert A.

Rmi, Beaufort C. and Mint J. Ron ot SI. Peteri burg. Funeral tervlcel will be held today, July 3rd, 14 at 11 a.m.

if the Arlington Memorial Chapel, 4I2S Ith Ave. wilA tha Rabl David Suit' kind officiating. Interment will follow at Royal Palm Cemetery. Frlendt may make donation! to the Heart Fund SCOTT Funeral tervicet for Mr Henry Scolt will ba held at 4 p.m. trom tha St.

Mark'! Mlitlonary Bapllit Church with tha Reverend W. J. Clover oltlclatlng. Fnendi may call Wedne day (today) after 4 p.m. Mr.

Scott re tideJ at 7127 4th Ava. S. Born In Mill ion, Florida. Lived here for forty yean, Died Sunday, Survlvori, wife, Mr! Fannie Stotti a daughter Mri. Eva Hugnei of Hartford, Conn.) two grand daughtem two lltteri Mri, Betty Bradley of Ocala, and Mn.

Ida Mae mnn ot wiiiuton, Florida, several nlecet, nephewt. and couilm. Interment in Lincoln Cemetery. A McRae Service TOUtl Burr 0, 5300 Jlth St. patted owav Monday (Julv 21.

Born In Evantvilie. Wli, here yt(rt and 10 prevloui winter! from Milwau kee. Ha wat teif-empioyed matter piumoer. Ha ll lurvlved by hli wife. Jeam I ion.

Burr E. Toilet. Clinton-vitle. Wlt.t a tiepton, Chariei Crott ol Merennco, and I grandchildren Frlendt may call of tho p. H.

Otgood Funeral Chapel, 44tl Park Blvd. Wednetdav, 2 to 4 where tervKti will be held Thurtday. July 24 at p.m., with Rev. Dr. Paul R.

Horlln offi ciating and Masonic Service! with Elmer O. Smith Lodge No. 307. Inter' ment will ba later, Matons art request ed to meal 4jt ma Temple at p.m. inurtoey.

WARREN Harold L.i 71, Of 5541 -77lh Ave. Plnellat Park, Raised away Monday, July 21. IN. A native ot Lewis, Iowa, ha cama here it yean ago trom Gary. Indiana.

Ha attended tha First United Methodist Church ol Pinellas Park. Ha retired trom yeari ot wry ice at an electrician, with- Tha Northern Indiana Public Service Co. ol Gary, Indiana. Ha was member at tho Lewis lodge, number 107 FtAM and tho Order of tho Eastern Star of Lewlt, Iowa. Ha Is Survived by hia wife, Kaiheryn t.

Warren of Pinellat park, one son, Teddy H. Warren of Eatt Oary, Indiana, I brothert, Harley merron of Atlantic, towa. Antnony war ren of Pomona, California, litters. Mr. Mary Catt of Hemot, California.

and Mrs. Clara Llvmgiton of Loveiand. loioreao. 2 granddaughters and graat-grandtont. Funeral service! will b' conducted Thureday otrernoon at 1 O'clock, juiv ma mm, from tha c.

Prevert Funeral Homo. l0-Park Blvd. witn the Rev. Charles E. Kinder offi ciating.

Friends may call for me visita tion, wednetdey 7-1 and 7-1 at me C. Preveit Funeral Homo. Pinei'at para. CARD OFTHANKS Wo wish to thank all for Irw turttlder ation, lympathy, kmdnets ana) coksoi- tion for our lata Sitter Ota K. Simonds Richard B.

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SAFE-SAVE PASSBOOK SAVINGS and Euarnie (Lovetquo) Jodoln, the lurvlved by I brothert, Ludger Jodoln, Theobald Cote and Georga Cola all of Salami 1 inter, Adrian (Marie) Bouchard, it. Petertburg and Center Otsipee, and tevoral nlecet 4 nephewt. Funeral tervicet will be held Friday morning. July IS at I o'clock 7 trom the Lovetque Funeral Chapel, 2 Harbor Salem, followed by 7 High Matt In SI. Jotaph'i Church In MARK IV AUTOURCOMBaTOaWG See one of these air conditioning specialists today.

90-Day I Salem at a.m. Interment in St 7 Mary's Cemetery, Salem. Relative! friend! Invited. Vlilting hourt, Wednet 1 day, July 23, 7 to and Thurtday, July 24, i io a ana to y. KINNINOKIIT Mr.

Bertha. It. Of 32 Benton Ave. patted away Mon-( day, July 21. IMt.

She war born in i Germeny and came here 12 yoari ao from weeheuken, J. Sha wai a Lutheran. She la lurvlved by her ion. Wi. ntim voeikar, Paterton.

n.j.i deuoh. tori, Mri. Loull KorK and Mrt, Elly -t Beyer Dotn ot St. fc. 4 frlede Kruetifelot, Oakrldgt, N.J., Mn.

Paula Fehioh, Mecopin, N.J., Mrt. Olga Haata, New Vork City, N.V. Frlendt i may call Thurtday, July 24, IN! from I to 4 ana int p.m. at tha Arlington Memorial Chapel, Inc. 4S th Ave.

where funeral tervkei will be heid Automatic RanawaL Interest pm4 quarterly fmpwmM mmi craslitafJ. Withdrawal at ay maturity with 30 days written aatica. Minimum daaetit $2400. lacramaats af $100.00 rig, tarns latarest tram day af aV petitl BKADIWTOM Jktr Alternative JWJ Niatft St. Wait CltAKWATtK Claarwater taiakler, lac 2438 SaH-ta-lay HvtV Dimmitt Chtvraltt AOS S.

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Tramaa Sims, lac TUOCavrtSt. DUNIDIN Dvatdia Saraf Ml Daaflat Ave TAMPA Avtamativt Air Caattitiaaiaf MS Ivaica St. Waraaiaw ittriM)r i Friday, July 2S, witn the Rrv. r. thur L.

Albert officiating. Entombment 4 will follow at Memorial Park Meutoie- urn. LFORST GOJB.IF IBlEACtJ tSANK tlWT COMPANY OSl Jerome 55 of II Paradise Lena, Treaturo war patted away Monday, July 21, IMt. Ha wai born In Chicago, III. and came here II yut go from there.

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