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OBITUARIES I 1 Dr. Leggett, 67, Dentist, Active I In Civic Affairs I Dr. Gilbert H. Leggett, 67, of 1410 Fifth Avenue S., long a dentist in St. Petersburg, died Saturday (Feb. 4, 1967) at a I local hospital. j nr. Leggett, who moved to St 4 . 1 1M imfi tirao onfilfO i j'etersuui jj in is", m BvnTv. in many civic affairs, tie instigated the suit which led to Ne groes voting in the Democratic Party In Pinellas County, and was the founder of the Melrose DR. GILBERT H. LEGGETT . . . lung a dentist In Pinellas. Park Young Men's Christian As sociation. He also brought' scouting into the Negro commu nity and founded the St. Petersburg Non Partisan Voters League. A native of Key West, Dr, Leggett was educated in Talta hassee and received his bache lor degree from Florida A and M University. In 1924 he was awarded the degree of dentistry from Nashville's Meharry Medical College. He was a member of the First Institutional Baptist Church, where he held several offices. Other affiliations Include membership in: the Omega Psi Phi fraternity, Elks Lodge 255, Knights of Pythias, Allied Medical Dental and Pharmaceutical Association and the Florida Dental Society. His survivors include his wife, Altaire Leggett; two sons, George of St. Petersburg; and William H. of Atlanta; one sister, Mrs. Blanche Juett, East Orange, N.J.; two foster brothers, Dr. B. F. Martin, Columbus, Ohio; and Emile Martin, Tallahassee; four grandchildren, five nieces and three nephews. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by McRae Fu neral Home. MRS. JESSIE R. BRITTS , , . wife ot bank founder. ' 'J i Mrs. Jessie R. Britts, Resident 30 Years Mrs. Jessie R. Britts, widow of Bruce F. Britts, one of the chief organizers and former president of the First National Bank In St. Petersburg, died Saturday, Feb. 4, 1967 at a local rest home. Mrs. Britts came to St. Pe tersburg with her husband in 1936 from Virginia, Minn. She was a member of the Westminster Presbyterian Church of St. Petersburg. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Molly B. Ryan of New Port Richey and seven grandchildren and 11 great grand children. Wilhelm - Thurston Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Cancer Society. BRANDAU, MRS. FLOR ENCE H., 57, 11986 83rd Ave. N., Seminole, Saturday (Feb. 4 1967). Seminole Beach Memori al Funeral Home. CHRISTIAN, KIMBERLY AMY MARIE, 11-day-old daugb ter of Sgt. and Mrs. Duane Christian. R. Lee Williams Funeral Home. CORHAM, ALFRED LOV ERN, 75, 5645 35th Way N., St. Petersburg, Friday (Feb. 3, 1967). C. E. Prevatt Funeral Home Pinellas Park Chapel, FREY, JOHN G., 82, 13239 3rd St. East, Madeira Beach. Seminole Beach Memorial. KITCHEN, WILLIAM H., 75, 1099 First Ave. N., Friday (Feb. 3, 1967), retired electrical engi neer. Wilhelm Thurston Funer al Home. KOEMT, NORMAN W., 64, 225 145th Ave., Madeira Beach, Friday (Feb. 3, 1967). Seminole Beach Memorial Funeral Home. KORT, LOUIS, 67, 2560 62nd Ave. N., St. Petersburg, Saturday (Feb. 4, 1967). Simmons Funeral Home. KRASUSKY, CHARLES J., 62, 740 115th Ave., Treasure Island, Saturday (Feb. 4), retired boat machine operator for International Harvester. Beach Memorial. LAXFAIR, MRS. VIOLA MAY, 74, 809 54th Ave. N., St. Petersburg, Saturday (Feb. 4, 1967). Anderson - McQueen. MILLER, EDWIN WILLIAM, 83, patient at Bay Pines Veter ans Hospital, Thursday (Feb. 2, 1967). Palms Memorial. NEMETII, MRS. THERESA, !, 2247 30th Ave. N., Tuesday (Jan. 31, 1967). Palms Memorial. PERSONS, LYDIA E., 74, 2361 East Vina del Mar, St. Pe tersburg Beach, Saturday (Feb. 4). Beach Memorial. SHAPIRO, BENJAMIN, 78, 301 Fourth Ave. N., Saturday (Feb. 4, 1967), retired salesman. R. Lee Williams Funeral Home. SKAGEN, REV. JAN O. B., 67, 11446 77th Court N., Semi nole, Saturday (Feb. 4, 1967). Seminole Beach Memorial Fu neral Home. SKOU, JENS K., 72, 3155 69th Ave. N. Saturday (Feb. 4, 1967). Seminole Beach Funeral Home. SMITH, EDWARD C, 97, 605 Madison St. S., Saturday, (Feb. 4,-1967), retired clerk for Consolidated Edison of New York. Wilhelm - Thurston Funeral Home. Man Nabbed On Rooftop Faces Charges Eldrldge Jenkins, 33, of 801 45th Ave. N., was arrested Friday by St. Petersburg police and charged with breaking and entering, possession of burglar tools and failure to register as an ex-convict, police said. He was being held under bonds totaling $7,600. Jenkins was nabbed on the roof of Florida Raceways and Hobby Shop, 2801 Ninth St. N., about 1:15 a.m. He had in his possession burglar tools and a coil of rope. Sr. Petersburg Timet, Sundoy, February 8, 1967 OBITUARIES 4 111 11 -B LEGISLATIVE NEEDS EXPLAINED AT HEARING Disney World 'Company Town'? (from nI) STREETER, WILLIAM O., 43, 7811 44th St. N., Pinellas Park, Saturday (Feb. 4, 1967) C. E. Prevatt Funeral Home Pi nellas Park Chapel. WELLS, MARY M., 45, 3311 Queen St. N., died Saturday (Feb. 4, 1967). Simmons Funer al Home. THE STORE owner, Marvin Osborne, 28,- 604-llth Ave. S., told police he had been staying in the store "for the past few weeks" because of previous at tempts one of them success ful by burglars to enter. Osborne said: "He didn't bother to be quiet, and I could plainly hear his footsteps on the roof. So I picked up my .32 caliber automatic and thought about just hiding until the man got inside the building and sur prise him." HOWEVER, Osborne changed his mind and called police. Offi cers surrounded the building and others climbed onto the roof. Detective Fred Mein charged Jenkins with breaking into a service station at Ninth Street and 34th Avenue North on Jan, 13. Bond on that charge was set at $5,000. A preliminary hearing was set for Monday before Dist, 1 Justice of the Peace Jack E, Dadswell. The possession of burglary tools charge hearing also was set for the same time. Bond was set at 52,500. Jenkins yesterday was sen tenced in Municipal Court to serve 15 days for failing to reg ister as an ex-convict. minded him of the lumber and coal "company towns" of days gone by "Like Irvine (Marion County), where I live. The sawmill company owned every thing, 10,000 to 15,000 acres. "These people are going to be little smarter," Edwards said. They're going to incorporate i and sell bonds and take the in-1 terest off the tax." This was a reference to the fact that bonds sold by the Reedy Creek District, Bay Lake or Reedy Creek would, under present federal law, be exempt from income tax on the interest paid. Such governmental tax free bonds generally sell for ower interest and are pur chased heavily by institutional nvestors. Funeral Notices AERTS Mrs. Johnnie J., age 57. Passed Bway February 3, 1967. She re sided at 2320-34th Ave. N. having come here from Plant City, Florida 18 years go. Mrs. Aerts Is survived by her hus band Robert J., St, Petersburg, four daughters, Miss Jeraldine Day, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Mrs. Judith Garrett, St. Petersburg, Mrs. Gladys Humphrey, Pinellas Park, and Mrs. BarDara Crosby, St. Petersburg. Three sisters, Mrs. Myra Marr, Mrs. Murdis White, Mrs. Mae Jones, one brother, Mr. Homer Johnson, all of St. Petersburg. Three urandchildren. Friends will be received at the Thomas J. Brett Funeral Home, 4810 Central Ave., where funeral services will be conducted Tuesday afternoon, February 7, at 1 o'clock, with the Reverend Wendall Lilly officiating, in terment will follow In Royal Palm cem etery. EBLUMENBERG Miss Mary Louise, 77, 344 14th Ave. NE., passed away l-eo. 3, 1967 at a local hospital, born in McCool, Miss., came here 12 years ago from Brooklyn, N.Y., a Protestant. Sur-j vived by five sisters, Mrs. J. D. Simpson, Potts Camp, Miss.j Miss Jennie Lee Blumenberg, Mrs. Annls T. Blumen-berg, Mrs. B. B. Nesbitt, St. Petersburg; Miss Helen Blumenberg, Memphis, Tenn. Friends may call at the C. E. Prevatt Memorial 7 to 9 p.m. today where funeral services will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. Rev. jonn S. Gatewood Jr. officiating. Interment to be later. CROSIER Mr. Eloyd W 80, of 534 Tempia Lane, Beneair Biutts, died Feb. 2. Masonic services will be held today at 3 p.m. at the Feaster Memorial Home, 206 First Ave. SW., Largo, conducted by Star Lodge 78, F&AM, Largo. Final service and Interment will take place Tuesday at Willoughby, Ohio. Friends may call today up until the time of services. DUKES Asbury F. Dukes, age 81, hus band of Gertrude Butler Dukes, passed away Thursday, February 2. He resided at 145 Third Avenue NorWi, coming here forty years ago from Branchville, S.C. Also survived by a brother, Clifton, Decatur, Georgia. Friends may call at Rhodes East Chapel, 635 Fourth Street North, where services will be conducted by Reverend Edward Drew, Monday morning, February 6, at 11:00 o'clock. Interment will be in Branchville. I0WER Mrs. Elsie M., 99, passed away Saturday, (Feb. 4, 1967). She resided at 12383-144 St. N. Largo. She came here 14 years ago from-I Anderson, Ind. Born in Randolph I County, Indiana; She was a member of the Anona Methodist Church; I survived by a son. Russell Bower, I Largo; two grandchildren. Services will be conducted Sunday at 6 p.m the Car T. Bouchard Funeral I Chapel, Larqo, with the Rev. Jessie If. Epps officiating. Final services land burial will be In Anderson, In- Idiana. Friends may call Sunday from I' to 9 p.m. RITTS Mrs. Jessie, widow of the la.e Bruce F. Britts, president of the First National Bank of St. Petersburg from i36 to 1945, passed away Saturday, Feb. A, 1967. Born In Kalamazoo, Mich Mrs. Britts came to St. Petersburg in from Virginia, Minn., she was Jmember of the Westminster Presbyteri-fan Church here. Surviving are; her daughter Mrs. Molly Britts Ryan of (New Port Richey; seven grandchildren no 11 great grandchildren, t-unerai rvices will be conducted 10:30 a.m, iMonday in Wilhelm Thurston Chapel, r Eighth St. N. with the Rev. W, faul Hollar officiating, interment will "How in the Memorial Park Cemetery. tends may call at Wilhelm Thurston uneral Home after 10 a.m. Sunday ANDAU Mrs. Florence H., 57, 986 83rd Ave. N., Seminole died Sat- oay (February 4, 1967). Born in heeling, w. Va.. came here six ears ago from Claysville, Pa. She is memDer of the American Legion miliary, Clearwater. Survivors include husband. Arthur L.; her mother, rs. Frances Giffin, Wheeling, W. Va.; sister Mrs. Eleanor Montandon heeling, W. Va.; sister-in-law, Mrs. ugene Marin. Sem nole; an aunt, rs. Elizabeth L. Casev. St. Pelers- rg. Friends will be received at the fwinole Beach Memorial Funeral me, 5100 Seminole Road (Alt. 19) s evening 7 to. 9 p.m. and Monday 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.. where funeral rvices will be conducted Tuesday af- !fnoon at 2:00 o'clock by the Rev. laymond L. Wiechmann. Interment 'i follow in Memorial Park Ceme- the Rev. John G. Clarkson Jr. officiating. The R. Lee Williams Funeral Home is In charge of arrangements. NEMETH Private graveside ser vices for Mrs. Theresa Nemeth, who passed away Tuesday were held Saturday at Memorial Park. native of Hungary, Mrs. Nemeth came here 20 years ago from St. Louis, Mo. and resided at 2247-30th Avenue North. She Is survived by a niece, Mrs. Mary Weiss of St. Louis, Mo. The Palms Memorial was In charge of arrangements. HART Paul M. Hart, age 78, husband of Mary Saussey Hart, passed away Thursday, February 2. He resided at 14587 Maplewood Drive, Largo, coming to Florida 19 years ago from Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Hart moved to Largo from St. Petersburg In May, 1966. Also survived by a grandson, Russell H. Donovan, Gross Point, Mich. Friends may call at Rhodes West Chapel, 900-49th St. No. where services will be conducted by Reverend Roy Morrod, Monday morning, February 6, at 11:00 o'clbck. interment will be later. SKAGEN - Rev. Jan O. B. 67, 11 446-77th Court N. Seminole. Died Saturday (Feb. 4, 1967), riere years from Sturgeon Bay, Wis.; re tired In 1956, after serving 41 years In the Methodist ministry. Survived by wife, Laila E.; two sons, John of Riverside, Conn.; Ernest, of Las Cruces, New Mexico; brothers, Lewis of New York City; treen of Norway sisters, Mrs. Anna Schroeder In Nor' way; Mrs. Louise McMahon; Mrs. Martha Tarbox, Mrs. Harriet Jensen all of Maine, three grandchildren Friends will be received at the Seminole Beach Funeral Home, 5100 Seminole Road, this afternoon and evening 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. where services will be conducted by the Rev. A fred Vaught, pastor of the Seminole Methodist Church, Monday morning at 10:00 o'clock. The Interment will follow at Wood lawn Memorial Park cemetery. HOFFMEISTER Hell A. Hoffmelster, age 82, husband of Esther Sowden Hoff- meister, passed away Friday, February 3. He resided at 4210 24th Avenue North, coming here eleven years ago from Indianapolis, Ind. Survived By a son, Wesley P.. Jeffersonvllle, Ind.; a brother, Paul Hoffmeister, Phoenix, Ariz.; two grandsons, one granddaugh ter and one great - grandson. Friends may call at Rhodes West Chapel, 900 49th St. N., where services will be conducted by Rev. Richard T. Gillespie, Monday afternoon, February at 2:00 o'clock. Interment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Nitram Lodge 188, F&AM, will conduct services at the grave. Masons are requested to meet at the Temple at i:is o ciock. KOENIT Norman W. 64, 225 145th Ave. Madeira Beach, Fla. Died Fri day (Feb. 3, 1967). Born in Cleveland, Ohio, here ten vears. A retired tool and die maker for the Standard Oil Company. He was a member of Our Saviour Lutheran Church of St. Pe tersburg. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Viroinia L.t two sisters, Mrs. Louise Schmidt, Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs. Arleene Greenlee of Chester, W.Va. Friends will be received at the Seminole Beach Memorial Funeral Home, 5100 Seminole Road, Alt. 19 this afternoon and evening from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to p.m. A funeral ser vice will De conoucieo ai uur saviour Lutheran Church, 301-58th St. S. St. Petersburg. Monday at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Milan G. Weerts officiating Interment will follow in Woodlawn Memorial Cemetery. s fCISTIAN Infant VlnnkArltJ AmV ar. 11 days, passed away Wednes- r, rco. i, i67 m Glendale, Arizona. ' Is survived by her parents Sgt. and Duane Christian, two brothers, rry Lee, Scott Alan all of Glendale; I'PrrWl nrinintrut. b-4 Ur it 'MliguDICIIIJ (VII. 0IIU lM. J"n Sexton, Detroit, Mich.t maternal fsndparents. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard 'erock, St. Petersburg. Graveside ices win be conducted at 10 a.m. yay at Royal Palm Cemetery with LEONARD Cecil G. Leonard, age 66, husband of Ethel L. Leonard, passed away Friday, February 3. He resided at 453V1i Fifth Avenue North, coming here one year ago from Elmhurst Long Island, New York. Also survived bv three sisters, Miss Mary Leonard, Mrs. Edward Samuels, both of Silver City, Nex Mexico, Mrs. William Moore, Knas Park, L.I., New Torn; severa nieces and nephews. Friends may call at Rhodes East Chapel, 635 Fourth Street North, where services will be conducted by the Reverend waiter w. WMikm Cawthorne, Tuesday morning, February 7, at 10:30 o'clock. Interment will be In Memorial Park Cemetery, St. Peters burg Lodge No. 139 F&AM will conduct services at the grave. Masons are re quested to meet at the Temple at 10:15 o'clock. SKOU (John) Jens K., 72. He resided at 3155-69N1 Ave. N., Seminole, died Sat urday (Feb. 4, 1967). Here one and one- half years from Huntington Station. L. N.Y. Retired machinist with the Arma Corporation of Garden City, N.Y.; Lu theran; member of the Rldgewood Bar- racks 2533; Veteran of World War I He is survived by wife, Karen J.t daughter, Mrs. Edith Anderson of St, Petersburg; and two grandsons. Mill tary rites will be conducted at 3:30 p.m. Monday, Seminole Beach Memoria Chapel, 5100 Seminole Road, by the Ridgewood Grove Barracks 2533 and Veterans of World War I, followed by a tunerai service at 4 p.m. with Rev, Martin W. Rupprecht. Interment later in Denmark. Friends may call at the chapel Sunday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. SPENCER Mr. Raymond Eliot, 56, 1008 Eighth Avenue NW., Largo, died Thursday Feb. 2. Friends may call at the Feaster Memorial Home, Largo, today from 2 until 1 p.m., private funeral services will be held Monday with interment at Sylvan Abbey Memorial Park. Victim Of Stabbing Listed As 'Fair' William H. Walker, 19, of 1087 4th Ave. N., was listed in fair condition last night at Mound Park Hospital with stab wound in the abdomen, Walker apparently was stab bed during a fight at Jackson Street and 3rd Avenue South at about 10:30 p.m., police said SEN. L. K. EDWARDS . . , 'these people smarter.' THE riUMARY purpose of the legislation, Helliwell said, is environmental control "so necessary to permit a project of this scope and magnitude and depth of image." One such control, as stated in the proposed bills, would forbid the state, counties or other po litical subdivisions from arbitrarily building roads in the dis trict or from condemning facili ties built by it. This caused a muttering among several Orange County commissioners that it could present obstacles to countywide drainage planning. Thirteen legislators representing Orange and Osceola counties heard explanations of the proposed bills by Helliwell and Helmet Furth of New York, counsel for the Disney organization. "WE FEEL, in all honesty, that there are no gimmicks, no curves, no demands for concessions and no extra powers asked," Helliwell said. The three governmental bodies would have powers for zoning, land reclamation, drain age, irrigation, water and flood control, authority to build and maintain an airport and public utility systems and power to build "cultural, recreational and educational" facilities. Pulse Of Pinellas Marriage Licenses (Applications) Marcel Henry, 29, and Doro thy Lee Brown, 35, bom of Tampa. Frank T. Platka Jr., 67, Fort Lauderdale, and Marie M. Bres- lo, 63, Clearwater. Elliot Louis Levy. 34, and Edna Jewel Lucas, 38, both of Tampa. George E. wood, 67, Clearwa ter, and Frances Dempsey, 54, Tampa. Vincent Norm, 32, Largo, ana Janice Marie Ford, 20, Tampa. Ronald Joseph Kirchlnger, 25, and Alice Aletha Spade, 20, both of St. Petersburg. Stephen Charles Sallay, 61, and Helen Marie Blazek, 63, both of St. Petersburg. Dell Dempsey Simpson, 23, Orlando, and Cairn Michele Riffe, 22, Winter Park. William Conrad Kyle, 23, and Sharon Mae Keene, 19, both of St. Petersburg. William Robert Philipp Jr., 24, and Suzanne Rogers Smith, 21. both of St. Petersburg. Henry James Palmer, 50, and Maria Placa, 43, both of St. Pe tersburg. John Stephenson DeLoacne, 31, Daytona Beach, and Mary Ellen Reiser, 22, St. Petersburg, Harvey Dean Kline, 19, Dune- din, and Barbara Pearl Angel- berger, 14, Clearwater. Ventzson W. Gordon, 45 Tampa, and Wilma J. Cllne, 43 Oldsmar. Crawford Sharp, 38, and Oleen Elizabeth Beeler, 23, both of Louisville, Ky. Joseph -Thomas Willis, 69, St, Petersburg, and Sadie Mirel demons, 58, Largo. New Court Cases ST. ANTHONY'S HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. David E. Thomas, 1936 Burlington Ave., a girl, 9 pound, one ounce, 7:50 p.m., Feb. 2, 1967. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Evans, 5449 55th Ave. N., a boy, 7 pounds, 14 ounces, 4:32 a.m., Feb. 3., 1967. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel McAI-pin, 6748 78th Ave. N., Pinellas Park,.a girl, 6 pounds, 5 ounces, 9:52 a.m., Feb. 3, 1967. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Colli, 6732 37th Ave. N., a boy, 9 pounds, 6 ounces, 10:50 am., Feb. 3, 1967. Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Brewer, 127 Southwest Lincoln Circle N., a boy, 7 pounds, 9 ounces, 8:24 p.m., Feb. 3, 1967. Mr. and Mrs. Jean P. Colt, 10345 San Martin Blvd. a girl, 7 pounds, 4 ounces, 8:57 p.m., Feb. 3, 1967. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Saye, 4139 43rd St. N., a girl, 6 pounds, 3 ounces, 3:35 a.m., Feb. 4, 1967. Rev. and Mrs. Charles D. Wilson, 6900 20th St. S., a girl, 7 pounds, 2 ounces, 12:35 a.m., Feb. 4, 1967. Mr. and Mrs. Terry R. Shaf-er, 2919 51st St. N., a boy, 6 pounds, 4 ounces, 1:45 p.m., Feb. 4, 1967. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Shaf-er, 4161 Whiting Cirlce, SE., a St. Petersburg Births boy, 6 pounds, 11 ounces, 1:22 p.m., Feb. 4, 1967, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie G. Sto-vaU, 1706 63rd St. N., a girl, 8 pounds, 8 ounces, 3:10 a.m Feb. 4, 1967. MOUND PARK Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Glenn, 3998 57th Ave. N., a boy, 6 pounds, 12 ounces, 11:45 p.m., Feb. 3, 1967. Mr. and Mr". Donald Ariola, 2040 28th Ave. N., a boy, 6 pounds, 15 ounces, 1:15 a.m., Feb. 4, 1967. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lindsey, 2117 6th Ave. S., a boy, 7 pounds, 4'i ounces, 9:55 a.m., Feb. 4, 1967. Mr. and Mrs. George Tramel, 2545 21st St S., a boy, 7 pounds, 15 ounces, 2:10 p.m., Feb. 4, 1967. Mr. and Mrs. Tommie La ma rr Vick, 1766 27th St. 8., a girl, 5 pounds, 7 ounces, 12:14 p.m., Feb. 4, 1967. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Johnson, 1013 60th St. S., Gulfport, a boy, DIVORCES Elizabeth S. Crouch vs. Roby E. Crouch. Elizabeth D. Ebert vs. Albert G. Ebert. Thomas Raymond Johnson vs. Sandra Kay Johnson. Dorothy L. Crawford vs. Jo seph Louis Crawford. Sylvester Siverson vs. Mary E. Broderick Siverson. Earlene Swafford vs. Ed Swafford, and other relief. Janice Marie Wishon vs. James Paul Wishon, and other relief. Margaret E. Garcia vs. Alfon so Garcia. Vincent Saporito vs. Mary E Saporito. Editha L. Dormada vs. Har old Ross Dormada. Pauline Remick vs. Ernest C. Remick. Nicholas J. Mulier vs. Nellie J. Mulier. Diana Frances Tyner vs Floyd Henry Tyner, and other relief. Delphine W. Meharg vs. Phil- in T. Meharg. Dolores J. atukas vs. John Stukas. MORTGAGE FORECLOSURES First Federal Savings and Loan Association of St. Peters burg, etc. vs. Paula Vaseliades et al. The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, etc. vs William D. Haas, et al. American Savings Bank, etc, vs. Joan G. Smith, etc. DAMAGE SUITS Gulf Oil Corporation, etc. vs John R. Cappa, as guardian of Andrei Anastase Vonsiatsky aka Andre Vonsiatsky, a mi' nor, defendant, $821.91. Superior Sales Company of Texas vs. Open Road Camper, inc., not to exceed $5,000. The National Bank of St. Pe tersburg, etc. vs. George H, Gore and wife, $1,080.15. The National Bank of St. Pe tersburg, etc. vs. Norma Cristi ani, $1,988. Irving M. Moskovitz vs Brinks Signal Company, Inc. etc., in excess of $298,000. Grover C. Criswell, etc., et al vs. Brinks bignal company Inc., etc., in excess of $350,000 Opal Zuckerman, et vir vs Gulf Coast Holding Company, etc., et al, in excess of $5,000, Annie S. Fiske vs. City of St Petersburg, In excess of $5,000, Florida Power Corporation etc. vs. Phil Skandallaris, et al $41,970.71. Charles F. Zeltman, et al vs Jewel of the South Homes, Inc. et al, $499.75. Dek Processes, Inc., etc. vs William H. (Billy) Hood and wife, not to exceed $5,000. Globe Rental-Leasing Compa ny, etc. vs. William S. Roberts $1,948.30. Globe Rental-Leasing Compa ny, etc. vs. Elizabeth S. Dutter, 83.84. Dial Finance Company of Ohio, etc. vs. Hunley Gregg and wife, $486.21. Dial Finance Company of Ohio, etc. vs. Robert Maxey and wife, $160. Joseph Nathan Shelby, etc., et al vs. Montgomery Ward and Company, Inc., etc., in excess of $5,000. Elmer M. Pixley vs. William Edward Snipes, in excess of $5,000. Bill Withcrspoon and wife vs. Daniel Joseph Smith, in excess of $10,000. Ellen Kinsey, etc., et al vs. Janet Ann Hume, in excess of $10,000. Avant, Inc., etc. vs. William H. (Billy) Hood, and wife, in ex cess of $5,000. John G. Pitts and wife vs. Su zanne Jane Cox, in excess of $5,000. 8 pounds, 14 ounces, 5:23 p.m., Feb. 4, 1967. ADVERTISEMENT FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS PAULINE FLORIST 7120 Central 345-1950 & Central Plaza 896-1 1M P0SN0 FLOWERS 347-1219 Pasadena Av. N. Just off Central WELLS Mary M., 45, passed away Feb. 4, 1967. She resided at 3311 Queens Street N. Survived by her husband. Floyd B.; on son, Benton M.; one daughter, Mrs. Jacquelln Dean; two brothers, Bernard Merlet, Isadore Mer-let, and two grandchildren. Friends may call at the Simmons Funeral Home, 4th St. N. at 35th Ave., where there will be recitation of the rosary, Monday evening Feb. 6. at 7 p.m. Funeral mass will be tield Tuesday morning Feb. 7, 1967 at 9 a.m. from St. Pauls Roman Catholic Church with Father Allan celebrant. Interment will follow In Memorial Park Cemetery. Simmons Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. 1 I fcflfTlKviet f JL MEMBER, fiSfi:; THE ORDER WiSSr Of THE GOLDEN RULE IURIAL ESTATES A Park of Beauty and Dignity. Making this Decision Together, brings Peace of Mind. Garden Mausoleums and Westminster Crypts, at a cost within the means of everyone. Entrance First Avenue South, Corner 58th Street One short block from Central Ave. Irrevocable Trust Fund. TtrtM, Ctwttsr limousines 141-7761 Gitinouncemenfa Britts, Mrs. Jessie Morey, Mr. Joseph S. Smith, Mr. Edward C. Smith, Mr. John P. FOR INFORMATION CALL 1 ILHELD1 HURST0I1 zhnezaljioim, Jha MI eth SI. N. t 4 Central An. PUom 896-3141 streets, roads, bridges and authority to provide fire proteo tion. The district and cities would have power to tax property, levy special assessments and Impose a 10 per cent utility tax, although the cities could not duplicate the tax if the district levied it. The property taxes would amount to "taxing ourselves," Helliwell said. THEY DECLARED that the new governmental bodies would not and probably could not take advantage of their powers by building the amusement park, hotels and motels and restau rants. These profit-making enterpris es would be built by private capital, they said. Helliwell said it also "is not intend in anyway" to operate school systems, although the district would be permitted to supplement the costs of experi mental schools In EPCOT. Rep. Bill Fulford of Orlando called attention to a provision which would exempt the district-owned utility services from state rate regulation or from having to obtain state permission to serve an area. As owned by a governmental agency they would also be exempt, presumably, from county taxation. St. Petersburg Court St. Petersburg; Municipal Court, Thursday, Feb. 2, 1967. Judge Henry Esteva, presiding. (Partial Listing). Ethel Rauiiia, 2451 Lakevlew Ave. S., driving while under the influence of intoxicants, $100 and driver's license revoked three months. Melvin D. Fullprton, 5054 Fourth Ave. S., drivng while under the influence of Intoxl cants, $100 and driver's license revoked three months. Ellis Amburgey, 1209 Fifth Ave. N., engaging in a business without a city license, $50 sus pended on condition get license, Mat-Arthur Byrd, no address listed, 30, concealed weapon. Mike Howell, no address list ed, disorderly conduct, 90 days, 30 days suspended; disorderly conduct, 90 days, 30 days sus pended. FIRTH SAID the legislation would allow the utility systems to serve customers outside the Disney project If they wished It, but would not waive the supervisory authority of the State Board of Health In regard to safety of water and sewer systems. Helliwell anticipated that the Disney people would negotiate with existing public utility firms, such as Florida Power Corp., before moving to establish their own. Furth conceded, to a question by Sen. W. D. Gunter of Orlando, that the legislation does not "specifically" preclude the district building hotels, motels and like facilities. . Neither does it specifically authorize them, Furth said. - To speculative questions as to whether large portions of the Disney property could be removed from the county tax rolls by deeding them' to the district, Furth and Helliwell emphasized that property not serving a public purpose must be taxed. FIRTH SAID the cities of Reedy Creek and Bay Lake would . have "the usual police powers," in addition to the proprietary powers of the Reedy Creek District. Disney World will lack one feature common to organized government. "It was felt undesirable to provide a jail in this recreational community," Furth said. Sen. Beth Johnson of Orlando, chairman of the Orange County delegation, said further hearings on the bills will be scheduled. DIGNITY BS PRICELESS Yet, the things that go to make up Dignity at the hour of need do have a price. With this and you in mind C. E. Prevatt offers COMPLETE S17C00 FUNERAL SERVICES I J up Rare Art Treasures 8 OIL PAINTINGS for TRUE ART LOVERS Buy Great Values - Five days 70 off appraised values Sea Scape by Rosetti, noted Italian painter. A superb picture. Gallery frame 24"x 36" size. Appraised value $850. Now $250. Exquisite woodland scene 24" x 28" by Brantenberg, German artist. Appraised $600 this sale $189 3" gold leaf frame. 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