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ST. PETERSBURG TIMES FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1976 1 9B obitunriES Mrs. Emma E. Wright, 82, active in clubs, socially courts police Boy, 14, aids police in pornographic material crackdown Compiled Irom AP, UPI 7. 5 Z4 Hi Mrs.

Emma E. Wright, 82, active in St. Petersburg civic and social organizations, died Thursday (March 18, 1976) at her residence, 220 59th Ave. S. She was the widow of Milton B.

Wright, founder of Universal Fountain Brush now located at 205 15th Ave. SE. The family business has been owned and operated by her son, Donald, since 1955. A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., Mrs. Wright came here in 1934 from Summit, N.J.

She was a member of All Children's Hospital Guild, the St. Petersburg Lit tle Theatre, St. Petersburg Yacht Club, Women of Rotary, St. Petersburg Garden Club and Bahama Shores Circle of the Garden Club. Surviving in addition to her son are a daughter, Mrs.

Janet Turville, St. Petersburg; three sisters, Mrs. Louise Baum, Palo Alto, Mrs. Grace Dickinson, Edina, and Mrs. Josephine Onderdonk, Tarrytown, N.Y.; four grandchildren, and three greatgrandchildren.

Friends may call after 6 p.m. Friday at John S. Rhodes, East Chapel, where services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, MRS. EMMA WRIGHT widow of Milton Wright with Rev.

J. Marvin Sweet Jr. officiating. Burial will be in Royal Palm Cemetery. Donations may be made to All Children's Hospital.

AP JACKSONVILLE A 14-year-old boy with braces on his teeth bought piles of allegedly pornographic material at stores in Jacksonville. He did it with his parents' approval and the help of police. It was all part of a raid. As the result of the boy's undercover work Wednesday, 12 men were charged with possessing or distributing pornographic material. "We found a concerned citizen who was willing to allow his son to be subjected to seeing such material," said Sgt.

James Pfeiffer. He refused to identify the boy. "All of the stores he tried had signs saying that no minor under 18 years of age is allowed to enter or purchase such material," the officer said. "In one store he was asked how old he was and when he said he was 14, the salesman said, 'Well, I'm not supposed to do this and then sold him the material." Peiffer said an undercover agent an adult was in each store for the youth's visits and that one of the boy's parents was in the immediate area. The arrests were made immediately after the purchases.

It wasn't the first time police here have used teenagers to make such purchases, Pfeiffer said. He said teenagers are used because it results in more serious charges against shop owners and operators. "Many people feel there is nothing wrong with such material unless it gets into the hands of the kids," he said. "We know they're selling it to minors and this proves it." A well-conditioned Barron Senate President Dempsy Barron (left) joins actor Peter Lupus of television's Mission Impossible, in some arm wrestling at a Panama City health spa. Barron was complimented on his condition even though he said he had to get in shape for the legislative session which opens April 6.

Mrs. Donaldson, licensed as a midwife. 'Mother Roxanna one of county's mid wives Mrs. Roxanna Simpkins Donaldson, one of Pinellas County's "traveling midwives," and widow of Edward Donaldson, who operated a concession stand for many years at former South Mole beaV'h in downtown St. Petersburg, died Thursday (March 18, 1976).

During more than 18 years, Mrs. Donaldson, who was known as "Mother Roxanna Simpkins," delivered about 500 babies. She was licensed by the Pinellas County Health Department, and with its midwife program until it was disbanded by the county in 1950. The program was for women living in rural areas who could not afford or were too far away from a doctor and a hospital. During those years, Mrs.

Donaldson made it clear that she approved of hospitalization but only for sick people people with heart trouble and all that kind of business." She later became a licensed practical nurse. A resident of 757 20th Ave. Mrs. Donaldson was born in Saluda, S.C., and moved to St. Petersburg 55 years ago.

She was a member of St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church, Pallbearers Grand Union Lodge, Royal Court No. 14, the American Woodmen, Sunshine Court of Calanthes No. 105 and Community Prayer Band No. 4.

Prosecutor pushes FBI for evidence Births BAYFRONT MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Chris Imel, 6700 First Ave. a hoy, 2 pounds 5 ounces or 1 kilogram 050 grams, 8:30 a.m. March 14.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Wilkes, 5969 32nd St. a boy, 8 pounds 6 ounces or 3 kilograms 800 grams, 1:04 a.m.

March 18. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Frazier, 2501 31st St. a girl, 7 pounds 4 ounces or 3 kilograms 300 grams, 5:10 a.m.

March 18. Mr. and Mrs. William Clemente, 200 78th Ave. a boy, 9 pounds 1 ounce or 4 kilograms 1 10 grams, 7:06 a.m.

March 18. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Henry, 1638 22nd St. a boy.

7 pounds 6Vi ounces or 3 kilograms 360 grams, 3:10 p.m. March 18. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hood, 6415 58th Ave.

a girl, 8 pounds 1 ounce or 3 kilograms 660 grams, 4:21 p.m. March 18. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin LaRosa, 5924 Dunfries St.

a girl, 7 pounds 10 ounces or 3 kilograms 450 grams, 5:08 p.m. March 18. Mr. and Mrs. John N.

Peacock, 2738 Roosevelt Clearwater, a girl, 7 pounds Vi ounce or 3 kilograms 180 grams, 6:51 p.m. March 18. Survivors include three daughters, Maxine Abrams, Mrs. Diane Hammond, Mrs. Ruth Williams, six sons, Andrea and Surrie B.

Hammond, all of St. Petersburg; Donald Simpkins, Hawthorne, Wesley Anderson, Ocean City, N.J.; Edward Simpkins, Philadelphia, and Leroy Simpkins, Washington, D.C.; an adopted daughter, Mrs. Ruth Williams, St. Petersburg; 18 grandchildren; a greatgrandchild and a great, great-grandchild. Funeral services will be at 4 p.m.

Monday at St. Marks Missionary Baptist Church, with burial to be in Eternal Light Cemetery. Creal Funeral Home, is in charge of arrangements. Alleged Sicilian 'godfather' Giuseppe Genco Russo, 80, reportedly one of the last big godfathers of the Sicilian Mafia, died in his native Mussomeli Thursday. Half blind from cataracts and broken in health, Genco Russo had spent the past four years quietly in his son's home.

His troubles with the law spanned most of his life, including trials and exile. But he spent only a few years in jail because most of his trials ended with the judges saying they lacked specific evidence of criminal charges against him. In the main trial he underwent in the 1960s he was accused with 17 other Mafia suspects of running the Sicilian end of a drug-smuggling line to the United States. But the court dropped that charge and sentenced him to three years in jail on the broad count of criminal association. Sicilians said he had gradually estranged himself from the Mafia underworld partly because he rejected some techniques of the new Mafia.

ORLANDO State Atty. Robert Eagan, worried about an approaching trial deadline, will travel to Washington Friday to try to hurry an FBI analysis of evidence in the quadruple murder case against furniture-store owner W. T. Zeigler. Eagan voiced concern about delays in receiving "very important" ballistic test results on weapons recovered from the scene of the bloody Christmas Eve murders of Zeigler's wife, in-laws and a customer at his Winter Garden store.

Eagan's concern centers on the state's speedy-trial law which requires that a defendant be prosecuted within 180 days of his arrest. Zeigler was arrested on Dec. 29 on four murder charges, giving Eagan only a little more than two months in which to prosecjite him. Couple rescued after 4 days adrift FERNANDINA BEACH Their food and water gone and their 14-foot boat on the verge of sinking, a man and his wife were rescued after four days adrift in the Atlantic Ocean, officials said Thursday. Albert Berry Tucker, 59, and his wife Phoebe, 62, of Brevard, N.C., were rescued Wednesday about 5 miles offshore near the Georgia-Florida border.

Tucker released from a hospital in Brunswick, where he had been under observation. Mrs. Tucker was released after an examination. They went fishing Saturday with only a one day supply of food and drinks. The boat's motor was damaged when they hit an underwater object and they could not get back to shore.

No one realized they were missing until Tuesday, when the Coast Guard began a search. When a line of thundershowers passed over Tuesday, Mrs. Tucker said, they were able to catch rain to quench their thirst. A Coast Guard helicopter spotted them at dusk Wednesday. Authorities said that as the two were hoisted into the helicopter, their boat sank.

ST. ANTHONY'S HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. William Phillips 720 100th Ave. a boy, 6 pounds 9 ounces or 2 kilograms 977 grams, 7:52 p.m.

March 17. Mr. and Mrs. William Kramer, 875 Village Drive, Apt. 202, a girl, 5 pounds 14 ounces or 2 kilograms 665 grams, 2:12 a.m.

March 18. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reeves, 4256 46th Ave. a girl, 4 pounds 14 ounces or 2 kilograms 211 grams, 8:05 a.m.

March 18. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Daffron, 8012 22nd Ave. a girl, 9 pounds 1 ounce or 4 kilograms 111 grams, 1:01 p.m.

March 18. ARMSTRONG, MISS ELSIE 89, of 1035 Arlington Ave. St. Petersburg, retired stenographer, Monday (March 15, 1976). Osgood-Cloud Funeral Home.

BISSONETTE, MRS. HAZEL 74, of 4165 Park Pinellas Park, Thursday (March 18, 1976). Osgood-Cloud Funeral Home. CUBIT, MRS. ROSALINE 70, of 11636 78th Ter.

Seminole, former saleslady at Tiki Gardens, Thursday (March 18, 1976). Baynard-Thompson Seminole Beach Memorial Funeral Home. DAVIDONIS, JOSEPH, 85, of 2227 34th Ave. St. Petersburg, retired grocery store owner-operator, Thursday (March 18, 1976).

K. Lee Williams Funeral Home. EMANUEL, VICTOR, 94, of 1414 59th St. Gulf-port, retired musician, Thursday (March 18, 1976). Feaster Colonial Chapel.

FISHER, ARNEL 79, of 3221 21st St. St. Petersburg, retired route marker for the Ohio State Road Department, Thursday (March 18, 1976). Gee Pitts Funeral Home. HASTINGS, MR.

SHIRRELL AUDREY, 81, bf 537 Central St. Petersburg, retired sales engineer for Crane Packing Chicago, Thursday (March 18, 1976). E. James Reese Funeral Home, Seminole. HITZ, OTTA, 73, former service station operator in St.

Petersburg, Wednesday (March 17, 1976) in Waukesha, Wis. Erling Larsen Funeral Home, Waukesha. LISSY, MRS. BESSIE, 87, of 1143 13th St. St.

Petersburg, a 45-year resident, Thursday (March 18, 1976). Downs-Ford Chapel. Funeral notices "WITH REGARD TO A CARD OF THANKS" Very often a card of thanks in the St. rrbvrg Time and Independent meU a need which can hardly be telved in any ether way. Net enty it a graeiou enpretiien ef gratitude to these who have tent floral tribute, or me mortals but courteously acknowledges the services and kindness of the many to whom a personal note- ef thanks cannot be Ind.

A retired track foreman for the Pennsylvania RR after 47 years of service. A member of Holy Family Catholic Church. He is survived by his wife, Fara; one son Dr. Anthony Pizzo of Bloomington, 2 daughters; Mrs. Petrina Saiadlno and Mrs.

Margherita Costatino both of Indianapolis, one brother, Sabastiano Pizzo of Sicily and one sister Josephine of New York, 15 grandchildren; 12 great grandchildren. Friends may caN Friday from 2-4 and 6-8pm at the SUNCOAST FUNERAL CHAPEL (700O-4th St. where there wiH be a Rosary at 7PM. Mass wiH be celebrated Sat. 10am at the Holy Family Catholic Church.

Interment wil follow at Calvary Cemetery. SUNCOAST FUNERAL CHAPEL Jack Palmer, songwriter Songwriter Jack Palmer whose most popular tunes included "Everybody Loves My Baby," "Jumping Jive," and "Just Another Love Affair," died Wednesday in Wood-1 bury, after a brief illness. Mr. Palmer's name never became a household word, but his songs have been whistled and hummed by two generations since he wrote his first folk tune "Silver Dollar" in 1920. "Silver Dollar" made a recent comeback in a commercial for a pancake syrup.

Norbert Fryd, Czech author The death of Czech writer Norbert Fryd, 63, who described his experiences in the Nazi concentration camps of Auschwitz, Dachau and Terezin, was reported Thursday in Prague. No cause or date of death were made known. A former member of the Pen Club presidium and a member of the Czechoslovak Writers Union central committee, Mr. Fryd told of concentration camp life in the novel "The Box of Living," which was translated into several languages. A journalist, he was also known for his books on Mexico and Latin America.

drosses ore not known. A card of thanks may be orranged by calling Mr. Eugene Wetter, 893-15 1 I. 7000-4th St. N.

525-1161 MANSFIELD, MRS. WILLIE JEAN, of 1403 28th St. St. Petersburg, a 40-year resident, Thursday (March 18, 1976). McRae Funeral Home.

f. CUBIT Mrs. Rosalind 70, of 1163 78th Terr. Seminole, passed away Thursday, March 18, 1976. Mrs.

Cubit was born in Philadelphia, and came here 16 years ago from Little Neck, L.I., N.Y. She was a former saleslady at Tiki Gardens, graduate of the Ray son Girls School of New York City; she received a Certificate of Service from the American Cancer Society of New York City. She was an Episcopalian. SURVIVORS Husband, James A. VISITATION Friends may call at the Seminole Beach Memorial Home, 5100 Seminole Blvd.

(Alt. 19) Friday (today) 7-9 pm. SERVICES Funeral services wiH be conducted from the Chapel of the Seminole Beach Memorial Saturday, March 20, 1976, at 11 a.m. by the Rev. John Ineson of Calvary Episcopal Church.

Interment wiH be at a later date. BAYNARD-THOMPSON SEMINOLE BEACH MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME DALTON Mass of the Resurrection for Mrs. Ruth Dalton, 83, of 470 3rd St. who passed away Monday, wil be held at St. Mary's Our Lady of Grace Church at 10 a.m.

today. Interment will be In Memorial Park Mausoleum. A native of HartviHe, Ohio, Mrs. Dalton came here 24 years ago from Danville, III. She was a registered nurse, served in and was with the Veterans Administration for over 30 years.

A member of Women's Overseas Service League, Rainbow Division Auxiliary, Disabled American Veterans Auxilia- ry. Daughters of Isabella Circle 40, PORTINGALL Mrs. Marie, 78, of 550 AIRLINE NEW YORK 11 7. Hound Trip BOSTON $1 33. Round Trip DETROIT 7.

Round Trip LOW FARE WE'LL DELIVER YOUR TICKET. CALLUS 381-2468 1st Ave. 5., St. Petersburg, died March 17, 1976. Born In Germany, here 24 years from New York City.

Member of the Pasadena Community Church. SURVIVORS: Daughter, Mrs. Henry (Dorothy) Gilbert of Newberry Park, and a sister Mrs. Martha Sommer, East Germany. VISITATION: Friends may call at the Chapel on Friday (today) from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.

SERVICES: Funeral Services will be held Sat. March 20, 1976 at 11 a.m. In the Beach Memorial Chapel, 301 Corey St. Petersburg Beach with the Rev. J.

Robert Mackey officiating. Interment wil be at a later date. BAYNARD-THOMPSON BEACH MEMORIAL CHAPEL 360-5577 Voting for Republican delegates TALLAHASSEE Republican district delegates will be elected today and Saturday at party caucuses around the state. Each of the districts will elect three delegates and three alternates. Democrats will elect 61 of their 81 delegates March 27.

"JUST A LITTLE WEST OF TYRONE SQUARE MALL" 3535 TYRONE BLVD. Danville, and St. Anthony's Auxiliary. She is survived by a cousin, Mary E. Lewis of North Canton, Ohio.

PIPER, HENRY HANCE, 81, of 5980 Shore Blvd. St. Petersburg, retired purchasing agent, Thursday (March 18, 1976). Fred H. Kenlield Funeral Home.

PIZZO, ANGELO, 90, of 7701 14th St. St. Petersburg, retired track foreman for the Pennsylvania Railroad, after 47 years of service, Wednesday (March 17, 1976). Sun-coast Funeral Chapel. PORTINGALL, MRS.

MARIE, 78, of 5.50 First Ave. St. Petersburg, Wednesday (March 17, 1976). Baynard-Thompson Beach Memorial Chapel. ROCKWELL, EDWARD 76, of 5891 27th Ter.

St. Petersburg, retired construction worker, Wednesday (March 17, 1976). Thomas J. Brett Funeral Home. SCHROEDER, FREDERICK 79, of 1601 Scran-ton St.

St. Petersburg, retired instrument maker for ECI, Thursday (March 18, 1976). Feaster Colonial Chapel. WALLS, CARL 73, of 7020 Mango Ave. St.

Petersburg, owner and operator of Wall's Sundry Store, 2162 Central from 1948-1969, Thursday (March 18, 1976). Adcock-Rhodes, P. A. Funeral Directors. ROBERTS Susan Lee, 32, of 13410 HITZ Otto age 73, of Waukesha AIR COUDITIOtllUG $)EE (LESS FOR AN MEMBERS) (NOCXmS) PAID AT TIME Of NEED 821-9920 New offices at 77 1 -34th St.

No. St. Pete. 33713 State Society For Cremation formerly of 144 17th St. St.

Petersburg, died March 17, 1976. Surviving: Wife, Llli.im Morse Hitz, Waukesha; Sons: John (Maretene), Antigo, Otto A. (Diane) New Berlin, Frank (Marilyn) Estancle, N.M.; Daughters: Mrs. John (Lauretta) Zip-tel, Waukesha, Mrs. James (Gwen) Clabough, Garrett, Mrs.

Duane (Elsie) Miiand, Racine, Mrs. Gordon (Margaret) Smith, Waukesha, Mrs. David (Sharon) Patryas, Castlebury, Mrs. Roger (Debbie) Seiner, Racle; brother, Bruno (Genleve), Waukesha; sister-in-law: Marie Hitz, Antigo; Also 33 grandchildren, 17 greatgrandchildren. Funeral services 1 o'clock at St.

Luke's Lutheran Church, Waukesha. Burial, Prairie Home Cemetery, Waukesha. Visitation after 4 p.m. Fri. Erling Larsen Funeral Home and at the Church from 11 a.m.

Sat. Dottie Drive, Tampa, died Thursday (March 16, 1976). Born in Port Went-worth, Ga she has lived in the Tampa Bay area since 1973, coming from Gainesvile, Fta. She was a buyer tor Maas Brothers, Tampa. She is survived by her parents, Milard S.

and Thekma Roberts V. of Lake City, a maternal grandmother, Mrs. Minnie Lee Ltndsey, Lake City; 4 sisters, Mrs. Gwen Idtng, St. Petersburg, Mrs.

Evelyn Uttmann. Lake City, Mrs. Muriel Rogerson, Jacksonvile Beach, Mrs. Meredith Leckie, Pittsburgh, 5 brother iJ Shelby, Jackson, Lind-sey. Lake City, Joseph, Savannah, Donald, Tampa; and Ronakt Jackson, Miss, as wel as 6 nieces and 9 nephews.

Graveside services wil be held at 3 p.m. Saturday, March 20, 1976 at the Midway Church of Christ Cemetery, Trenton, with Roy Dicks of Lake City, Fla. officiating. The family requests donations be made to the American Cancer Society in leu of flowers. LEE WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME SMU ADVERTISEMENT LIMITED TIME ONLY! AT NICHOLS AMC ONLY! FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS LISSY Mrs.

Bessie, 87, a resident of this city for the past 45 years passed away Thursday March 18, 1976. Mrs. Lissy was born In Chicago, 1. and re sided locally at 1 St. N.

Her sur POSNO FLOWERS 347-1 2 1 9 UieVow SEARS taking Charge Account ftankAimrteard Matter Chora, accepted SCHROEDER Frederick 79, of Buy A vivors include a brother Mr. Victor Pot-tak, Chicago, two sisters: Mrs. Poly Smith of this city and Mrs. Florence Roggenbau, New York City. Friends may cal to pay their respects at the oaw.n.

Ml Oii Central Downs-Ford Chapel Friday 7-4, 7-9. Graveside services wM be conducted HAYES FLORIST, Inc. 5572 Port arPH 544 8M7 uord4 Manor Charge occepted. at Memorial Park Cemetery Sat, 10AM with Dr. WWam A.

landing officiating. DOWNS-FORD CHAPEL 1045 9TH AVE. N. 822-2024 "ROWER WOULD" rtHONEMAU 341-7431 We Accept MADEIRA BEACH BANK offers 0 FREE CHECKING $40,000 FDIC INSURANCE for every depositor 0 FULL BANKING SERVICE 0 ON SATURDAY 'TIL NOON DAILY INTEREST ON PASSBOOK SAVINGS BANK BY MAIL ALL POSTAGE PAID 14805 Gulf Madeira Beach LOCKWOOD Josephine M. At Tor onto, Ontario on Tuesday, March 2, 976.

Josephine Macintosh, wife of the late William R. Lock wood, dear sister Gremlin Hornet Matador or Pacer And We'll Give You Air Conditioning At No Extra Cost! of Ralph Roderick Macintosh of Mississauga, Ontario, the late Aioyskt, Angus, Fergus, Stella Goodrow and Margaret Greery; dear Aunt "Jo" of al her nieces and nephews. Funeral took place Thursday, March 4, from the Rosar -Morrison Funeral Home, 467 Sherbourne Street, Toronto, to Our Announcements Lady of Lourdes Church. Cremation. 1601 Scranton St.

St. Petersburg, died Thursday (March 18, 1976). He was born in Jersey City, N. and came here 1958 from Secaucus, N.J. He was a retired instrument maker for Ed, was a world War I veteran, member of Anone Teutonia Lodge 72 AM, and life member of New Jersey Consistory S.P.R.S., 32nd Degree Survivors include his wife Alma; a son, John Columbia, a sister, Edythe Lassen, Brooklyn, five grartdchiidren, and father of the late Robert A.

Schroeder. Funeral services wi be conducted in the Feaster Colonial Chapel 1099 49th St. Saturday. March 20, 1976 at 10:30 am, with Rev. Paul W.

Brauer officiating. Interment wl fotow in Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may cal Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm FEASTER COLONIAL CHAPEL 347-4151 WRIGHT Emma E. Wright, 82, widow of Milton B. Wright, passed away Thursday, March II.

She resided at 220 Fifty-ninth Ave. corning here forty-two years ago from Summit, New Jersey. She ft survived by one son, Donald Wright, and one daughter, Mrs. Janet Turvifta, both of St. Petersburg; three sisters, Mrs.

Louise Baum of Palo Alto. Catf Mrs. Grace V. Dickinson of EoHne. Mimx, Mrs.

Josephine Onderdonk of Tarrytown, N.Y., four grandchildren, Donald Wright, Jr. and Lawrence Turvtle of St. Petersburg; Susan Wright of Miami; Edward W. TurvWe of Atlanta. and three oreat-oranottiitdren.

Friends may col after 600 o'clock Friday evening March 19, at John Rhodev he. East Chapel 435 Fount, St. No. where services wfl be conducted by the Reverend Dr. J.

Marvftt Sweet, Jr. on Saturday afternoon, March 20, at 1 00 The tamty wa be at me Chapel Friday evening from 4 00 to 9 00 o'clock Interment wbetn Royal Paftn Cemetery. Memoriais may be made to Al Children's Hospital MERFELD Mr. Henry E. 62, of 11033 Valencia Largo passed away Wed.

March 17th 1976. Mr. Merfetd was born In Iowa and came here 4 years ago from there. He was Catholic SURVIVORS HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! Offer Good On In-Stock Cars Only! Limited Supply! Hayes, Mr. George Hill, Mr.

Peter FOR INFORMATION CALL Three brothers: Nick of Dubuque, Iowa; Raymond W. of Largo; and Abort of Monticeeo, three sisters: Mrs. Loretta Brown, Edge wood. low. Mrs.

Mane wueer towa City. Iowa. Mrs. Bertha Janssen of Monticeao, Iowa. VISITATION All DEPARTMENTS OPEN 9 to 3 Mon.

thru Thurt. 9 to 3 end 4 to 6 Fri. Sat. 9 to Noon DRIVE INS OPEN 8:30 to 4 Mon. thru Thurt.

8:30 to 6 Fri. Sat. 8:30 to Noon Friends may cat at the Sernlnole Beach VjlLHELm Memorial Home, 5100 Seminole Blvd. Alt. 19 Ffl (today 2-4 and 7 -9pm.

Fu neral services 4. Interment wil be In cslfHURSTOn znmczal 145 lti St. No. (St. Pefriburg) Monticeao.

Iowa. BAYNARD-THOMPSON SEMINOLE BEACH MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME "Your American Motors Dealer" Opt. Daily Mo, lira Fri. 'til 9 PHONE 391-9911 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 4650 34th Street St.

Petersburg 525-2141 Selerdiy 'lil PIZZO Mr. Angela 90, Of 7701 14th St. St. Petersburg, passed away Wed Goero' Swfljn for worskip ad rrt. March 17, 1974.

Born Italy he came here 15 years ago from Indianapolis,.

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