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up .1 Jr THE TAMPA TRIBUNE, Tuesday. June 8, 1965 STATE Cancer Judy Holiday At Age of 41 NEW YORK W Judy Holliday, a smart girl who made it big on Broadway as a dumb blonde, died yes- terday, her the ir , aincai career 1 v tragically ended . ,,' v by cancer at the t age of 41. . A shy, quiet girl, she came off 2 the night club 8 circuit in 1946 as " Vr'' pinch-hitter in i , ' . f the role of Bil '- 1 lie Dawn, the Judy squeaky - voiced pirl friend of a junk dealer in "Born Yesterday." It made her a star. She was so little known in New York at the time that on opening night she was turned away from the Stork Club because she lacked a male escort. Won Oscar Miss Holliday won an Oscar from the academy of motion picture arts and sciences in 1951 for her peerformance in the movie version of "Born Yes-te-day." "Let me tell you what is unique about this girl," Movie Director George Cukor once said. "She saves all her acting for the stage. She has no phony personality." Miss Holliday had an I.Q. of 172 at the age of 10 and later she commented: "I've had to live it down and I think I have . . . But it imposed a terrible obligation on me for a long time. It embarrassed me. People expected me to be devastatingly witty to talk like a knife blade." Although she fought against being eternally typed as a Billie Dawn, Miss Holliday found her self in 1952 before the Senate Internal Security subcommittee because of her frequent contri butions of time and money to Communist causes. She was not accused of being a Communist and she said she never had been one. But she added plaintively: Admitted "Stupidity" "I have awakened to the realization that I have been it- responsible and slightly more than slightly stupid. When I was solicited, I always said: 'Oh, isn't that too bad. Sure, use my name." She was trying out in Philadelphia with "Laurette" in the autumn of 1960 when she en tered a hospital for the removal of a throat tumor. The play was canceled. Cancer plagued her intermittently ever after, and she entered the hospital for the last time May 26. She would have been 42 on June 21. Florida Auto Toll TALLAHASSEE (Pi Twenty persons died on Florida highways over the weekend, the Florida Highway Patrol reported yesterday. The summary: Killed 20 Injured 743 Killed to date this year 739 Killed to date last year 679 Injured to date this yr. 40,383 Injured to date last yr. 34,878 Hillsborough Toll The Greater Tampa Citizens Safety Council reports comparative totals on accidental deaths in Hillsborough County through 10 a.m. yesterday: Year to Date 1965 1964 On job 5 6 Home 24 42 Traffic 43 41 Drowned 14 8 Misc. public areas 11 5 Totals 96 102 Deaths in Tampa and Other Florida West Coast Areas HARLESS & KIRKPATRICK ASSOC. INC. Announce The Removal of Their Offices TO 3106 Morrison Ave. ? '''g Afr i " - 1 Pi J J. V LJ J W , I. a Deaths Elsewhere VERNON V. GREENE WYCKOFF, N.J. UP) Ver- non V. Greene, cartoonist who drew the comic strip "Bringing Up Father," died Saturday night after a long illness at the age of 56. Before taking over the drawing of the famous strip in the 19o0s, he had drawn the comic strip "The Shadow" for King Features Syndicate. ELEANOR FARJEON LONDON W) Eleanor Far- jeon, award-winning writer of children's books, died Saturday at her north London home at age 84. Her "The Little Book-room" won the Carnegie Medal as the best juvenile book of 1955 and the first Hans Christian Andersen medal in 1956. She was awarded the Regina medal in 1959 for her life work for children. E. H. PICARD DES MOINES, Iowa W E. H. Picard, national commander of the Veterans of World War I, died Saturday at 76 after suffering a heart attack. Picard, of Marne, Mich., was attending a convenion of the Iowa division of the veterans organization when he became ill. PRINCE WILHELM, SWEDEN STOCKHOLM, Sweden UP) -Prince Wilhelm of Sweden died Saturday at his castle south of Stockholm. He was 80. The prince, brother of King Gustaf IV Adolf, had been in poor health in recent years. Prince Wilhelm had written poems, short stories and several novels and was known as a dramatist and producer of short films. Costly Punch MEMPHIS OT While Eugene Long was being booked on drunkenness and resisting arrest charges, he asked: "How much more for an assault and battery charge?" With that, police said, Long, 31, of Fort Smith, Ark., whirled and punched a patrolman in the nose. The punch cost him $51 in city court or a total of $128 in fines. FRANK V. KAUTII PORT RICHEY (Special) Frank V. Kauth, 76, of 602 Old Post Rd died Sunday at a Largo hospital. A native of Hungary, he came here seven years ago from Washington, Pa. He was a retired baker and a member of the American Le gion, Paradise Post 79, New Port Richcy. Survivors Include his widow, Mrs. Lillian Kauth; a son, Frank V. Kauth Jr., Hamilton, Ont. Canada, and two grandchildren. LASZIO K. FORIZS TARPON SPRINGS (Special) Laszio K. Forizs, 85. of 690 Sunrise Dr., died at his home yesterday. A native of Hungary, he came here six years ago from Avon Park. He retired as a bank director in Hungary before coming to this country. He was a member of Magyar Presbyterian Church, Lakeland. Survivors include a son, Dr. Lorant Forizs, aTrpon Springs; a daughter in Hungary and six grandchildren. LEROY J. FOSTER DADE CITY (Special) Le-Roy J. Foster, 68, died Sunday night in the Lakeland General Hospital after a short illness. Funeral Notices BOATRIGHT, ROBERT LEE, SR. Fu neral services for Mr. Robert Lee Boatrieht Sr. of the Knishls-Gnffin Road, Rural Plant City, who passed away Saturday, will be held Thursday at 2 p m. at the Haynes-Griffin-Ham Funeral Chapel, with the Rev. Bill Webb, pastor of the Bethany Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Vada K. Boatright, Plant City; one daughter, Mrs. Law. rente Pinkens, Ashland, Kans.i one son, Robert L. Boatright Jr., Brook, lvn. X.Y.i one brother, Luther R. Boatricht, Lamarque, Tex.; also four grandchildren. Arrangements are under direction of Haynes-Griffin-Ham runeral Home, Plant city. CRfMPTON. MARK D. Mark D. Crumpton. 12 year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Crumpton, 4411 Gray St.. passed away Monday morning Funeral services will be held at 11:30 Tuesday morning from the Chapel of the F. T. BLOUNT COMPANY FUNERAL HOME. 5101 Nebraska Ave. with Mr. Jack Hobby of Henderson Boulevard Church of Christ, officl ating. Active pallbearers will be Andy Anderson, Bin scnmidt, Buddy Brown George Brown, Al Vaughn, and Billy Crumpton. Honorary pallbearers will be Glenn Richard, Wayne Richard, Doug Barnes. Jimmy Anderson, Rob ert Prickctt. Even Culp, and Dr. Thomas Greive. Interment will be in Garden of Memories. THE TAMPA TRIBUNE Published every morning by The Tribune Company from The Tribune Building, Kennedy Blvd. and Mor. gan Street, Tampa, Florida, Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Tampa, Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Daily & Daily Sunday Sunday Only Onlv I Year $28.00 $15.69 J10.40 6 Months 13.00 7.80 5.20 1 Month 2.17 1.30 - .90 1 Week .50 ..30 .20 Subscription payable in advance. Member of Associated Press. Member of Audit Bureau of Circulation. He was born in Lafayette I Line. He was a member of the County and had lived in Pasco! Peace Lutheran Church, the County most of his life. He for merly lived in Lacoochee and wqs pasture foreman for Cum mers Sons Cypress Co. before his retirement. He was a mem ber of the Clay Sink Baptist Church, a veteran of World War I and a member of Trilby Lodge 141, F. & A.M. Survivors in clude his widow, Mrs. Edith S. Foster; his step-mother, Mrs. Alice Foster, Plant City; a brother, Theodore Foster, Dade City; two half-brothers, Ray mond and Auvil Foster of Riv- erview; two sisters, Mrs. Lenora Sistrunk, Plant City, and Mrs. Zona Simpkins, Tampa, and three half-sisters. Genesee, Mich., he came here! James, and Hainsworth Wil EDGE. JAMES HENRY, SR. Mr. James Henry Edge, Sr., 82, of River-view, passed away Sunday morning. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 from the Pleasant Grove Assembly of God Church, with the Rev. Preston D. Creel, pastor of Glad Tidings Assembly of God Church, officiating. Pallbearers will be Tom Harris, Maurice Holland, Leroy Smith, Woodrow Johnson, Robert Bryant, and Bill Duke. Interment will be in Pleasant Grove Cemetery. Mr. Edge will lie in state at the church from 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon until time of services. The F. T. BLOUNT COMPANY FUNERAL HOME, 5101 Nebraska Ave., in charge of arrangements. FOSTER, LEROY J. Funeral services for Leroy J. Foster, 68, of Dade City, who passed away Sunday, will be held Thursday at 2 o'clock in the Coleman and Ferguson Chapel with the Rev. Otis Caudill and the Rev. Kenneth Tucker officiating. Interment will be in Dade City Cemetery. Active pallbearers are Bill Spark-man, Bruce Sparkman, George Sullivan, Wesley Prater, Herbert Puckett and Steve Gaskin. Honorary: Dr. W. H. Walters, Kenneth Lowery, Leland Thompson, Reid Sparkman, Bobby Bryant, J. T. McKinstry, Tom Beaver, J. McElveen, E. E. Mullins and Carmi Mercer. Graveside Masonic rites will be conducted by the Trilby Masonic Lodge. HILL, WALTER BYRON Funeral services for Mr. W. Byron Hill, who passed away Sunday, will be held at 4 o'clock today, Tuesday, in the First Baptist Church of Zephyrhills conducted by the pastor, the Rev. B. A. Oswald. Interment to follow in Geiger Cemetery with the following friends serving as active pallbearers: J. W. Kerr. James Tilley, Horace Chambless, Bruce Robbins Jr., Logan Peeples, Roy Griffin. Honorary: Cecil Alderman, Monroe Hill, Henry Hill, Edwin Hill, Wendell Hill, Ronnie Hill, James Hill, Vernon Hill, Marvin Green and W. L. Kemp. Arrangements under direction of the Richardson Zephyrhills Funeral Home. Masonic services at the graveside conducted by Zephyr Lodge No. 198 F&AM. JOHN A. JOHNSON SARASOTA (Special) John A. Johnson, 101, of 425 Acadia Drive, died Sunday at Sarasota Memorial Hospital. He was a native of Sweden and came to Sarasota seven years ago from Long Island, N.Y., where he was a retired carpenter. Survivors include, two daughters, Mrs. Jenny Jurgeson, Sarasota, and Mrs. Agnes Pearson, Brooklyn, N.Y.; two sons, J. Harry Johnson, Sarasota, and Walter T. Johnson. Ho 11 is, N. Y., six grandchildren, and 17 great grandchildren. ROBERT HUNTER SARASOTA (Special) Robert E. Hunter, 73, of the Harbor View Apartments, Golden Gate Point, died Saturday night at Sarasota Memorial Hospital. He was a native of Young America, Ind., and came here 14 years ago from Anderson, Ind. Survivors include, his widow, Mrs. Mildred Hunter, Sarasota, and a son, Jack F. Hunter, Ander son, Ind. J. RAY ADAMS SARASOTA (Special) J. Ray Adams, 63, of 6313 Beech wood Ave., died Sunday at his residence. He had been a resl dent here five weeks, but had been a winter visitor here for 20 years, coming from Cleve land, Ohio. He was a native of Bellevue, Pa., and was an em ploye of the government loan agency for 28 years. He was a member of Scottish Rite of Cleveland and was a member of a Masonic Lodge of Fair-view, Ohio. He was a member of Faith United Presbyterian Church of Lakewood, Ohio. Sur vivors include, his widow, Mrs Stella Adams, Sarasota; a daugh ter, Mrs. L. O. Birchard Jr., Lakewood, Ohio; two brothers, Arley Adams, Pittsburgh, and Graydon E. Adams, Warrendale, Pa.; a sister, Mrs. Dorothy Jane Simpson, Pittsburugh, and three grandchildren. EDWARD LIPS PORT CHARLOTTE (By Staff Writer) Edward P. Lips, 74, of 109 Percy, died at Charlotte Community Hospital Friday. A native of Pittsburgh, Pa., he came here four years ago from University City, Mo., where he was a retired chief dispatcher for the Mississippi Valley Barge JOHNSON, MRS. VIOLA B. Mrs. Viola B. Johnson, 73, of 4718 Trenton St., passed away Sunday afternoon. Funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning from the Chapel of the F. T. BLOUNT COMPANY FUNERAL HOME, 5101 Nebraska Ave., with the Rev. Ran Humphreys, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Gibsonton, officiating. Cremation will follow. This girl is wearing a great hearing aid. - - T - m iv - , iii i in mum i i ii in, iuili v - NELSON, MRS. EVA Mrs. Eva Nelson, 67, of 3209 46th St., passed away Sunday morning. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon from the Chapel of the F. T. BLOUNT COMPANY FUNERAL HOME, 5101 Nebraska Ave., with the Rev. Raydell T. Almand, pastor of the Grant Park Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be ih Myrtle Hill Cemeterv. Pennsylvania Club, Civic Asso. elation, Republican Club, Kan- sas-Missouri-Flnrida Club and a life member of the Pittsburgh Traffic Club, the Traffic and Transit Club, International and Propcllor Club of America. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Anna Lips; two sons, Ed ward B. Lips and Robert Lips both of Pittsburgh; one daughter, Mrs. Betty L. James of Bridgeton, Mo.; one brother, Chris W. Lips of Pittsburgh; three sisters, Mrs. Stella Collins of Pittsburgh, Mrs. Elma Kunz- ler of Allentown, Pa and Mrs Mable Krell of Pittsburgh; nine grandchildren and five great grandchildren. MRS. KATHERINE DAVIS PORT CHARLOTTE (By Staff Writer) Mrs. Katherine G. Davis, 87, of 209 Mallory Ave., died at her home Satur day. A native of County Keedy, Ireland, she came here two years ago from Cape Cod, Mass She was a member of the at. Charles Catholic Church, the Legion of Mary, Grandmothers Club and the Welcome Wagon. Survivors Include five sons, Wilfred Davis of Arkansas, Richard Davis of New York, John Davis of Cape Cod, Frank Davis of Boston, Mass., and Thomas Davis of Florida; one dauehter. Sister Mary St. Rock Oss of Allegany, N.Y.; 17 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. AMOS MORLEY PORT CHARLOTTE (B y Staff Writer) Amos Morley, 79, of 131 Ducksbury Ave., died in Arcadia yesterday. A native of Berea, Ohio, he came here six years ago from North Olmsteaa Ohio. He was a retired brick layer and a member of the Congregational Church and the Civic Association. Survivors in clude his widow, Mrs. Agnes Morley; one daughter, Mrs Helen Demko; two sister's, Mrs Helen R. Relt of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs. Fannie Rup- pender of California; one grand child and two great-grandchil dren. Cargo Plane Carrying 10 Not Sighted MIAMI W No trace was found yesterday of an Air Force C119 cargo plane presumed down in the tropical Atlantic with 10 men aboard. Twenty-two airplanes and two Coast Guard cutters hampered by thundershowers, squalls and high seas crisscrossed an immense area from San Salvador to Grand Turk Island. "Search conditions are rated as generally poo r," said a spokesman for the Coast Guard, which was coordinating the massive air-sea effort. The missing plane left Home- PARSONS. MRS. AVIS SNIVELY Funeral services for Mrs. Avis Snively Parsons of Winter Haven, whn rtieri Saturday night, will be held this stead Air Force Base, south of morning (Tuesday) at St. Pauls ... . . r, . , Episcopal Church at ii a.m. The Miami, at 7:47 p.m. Saturday Rev. father Cyril N. Sturrup. rec- nn an intended 3-hour flight tor, will officiate. Burial will follow 0 " lenueu o,2 nuur uiyii in Lakeside Memorial Park. Ar- j to Grand Turk Island in the Ba- rangements are in charge of Crisp , c.n ,:i . ,i, .!, Funeral Home. hamas, 650 miles to the soutn- -; east. JAMES THOMAS PORT CHARLOTTE (B y Staff Writer) James R. Thorn' as. 56. of 137 Orange St., died at St. Joseph's Hospital yesterday. A native of Bristol, Tenn., he came here eight years ago from Manassas, Va., where he was a retired inspector with the : Bureau of Federal Supply. A veteran of World War II with the U.S. Navy, he was a member of the Methodist Church, American Legion, Elks Lodge and the National Association of Retired Civil Employes. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Mable S. Thomas; a brother, Hubert W. Thomas of Bristol; three sisters, Mrs. Lorena Collis of Johnson City, Tenn.; Mrs. Mabel Filck of Asheville, N.C., and Mrs. Inez Parker of Bristol. WAYNE MARCHANT PORT CHARLOTTE (By Staff Writer) Wayne C. Mar-chant, 65, of 135 Glendale Ave., died Friday night at St. Joseph's Hospital. A native of New York City, he came here three years ago from Rochester, N.Y., where he was on the fire department for 30 years. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and the Firemen's Benevolent Association. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Ida Marehant; a daughter, Mrs. Gail Heveron of Syracuse, N.Y.; a son, Harold Marehant of Rochester, and a sister, Mrs. Harriet Kuhn of Rochester, and two grandchildren. ADDISON CARUTHERS SARASOTA (Special) Addison A. Caruthers, 73, of 5027 Remington Drive, died Sunday , at Sarasota Memorial Hospital. He was a native of New Castle, Pa., and came here from there eight years ago. He was a retired cabinet maker and a member of North Methodist Church here and a veteran of World War I. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth A. Caruthers, Sarasota; a brother, Robert C. Caruthers, Concord, California. five years ago from Schwartz Creek, Mich., where he was a retired farmer. Survivors Include his widow, Mrs. Iva Gilbert; a son, Albert Gilbert of Flint, Mich.; two brothers, Wilbur Gilbert and Leo Gilbert, both of Schwartz Creek; four grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. Tl'LLIE II. GUY ST. CLOUD (Special) Tullie II, Guy, 72, died Saturday. A native of Tampa, he was a resi dent of St. Cloud 50 years. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Angle L. Guy; two daughters, Mrs. Amy Shaffer, Columbus, Ohio, and Mrs. Gafford in North Carolina; a son, Kosh Guy, Day- tona Beach; a brother, Clarence Guy, Lucedale, Miss.; two sisters, Mrs, Maurene Jones, Frewsburg, N.Y., and Mrs. Bessie Messner, St. Cloud, and four grandchildren. PAUL W. OTTO ENGLEWOOD (Special) Paul W. Otto, 67, died Sunday at his home, 65 E. Wentworth St. He had been a resident here for three years, was born In Otisville, N.Y. and came here from Whitesboro, N.Y. He was retired in 1958 after 40 years as foreman of the Utica, N.Y. highway post office. He was a member of the Oriskany Lodge 799, F&AM, a veteran of World War I, a member of the Engle wood Gardens Club, and the National Association of Retired Civil Service Employes 717, Englewood. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Phoebe Otto, Englewood; a son, Paul K. Otto, Windsor, N.Y.; a daughter, Mrs Catharine Christensen, Marcy, N.Y.; a brother, Harry Otto Bath, N.Y.; two sisters, Mrs. Emma Smith, Monroe, N.Y. and Miss Anna Mae Otto, New York City, and six grandchildren. MRS. CLEORA WILLIAMS GAINESVILLE (By Staff Writer) Mrs. Cleora Williams, 61, 1730 SW Willisto'n Road, died Sunday at her home. A native of Alachua County, she was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Wanda Faye Tangney, Cape Kennedy, and Mrs. Winnie Painter, Cocoa; seven sons, Sammie E., Ted E., liams, all of Gainesville, Osci Williams, Burpington, N.C., Thurman C. Williams, Orlando, and Ralph' Williams, Holly Hill; brother, Samuel R. Clark, Tampa; a sister, Mrs. Fannie Lainhardt, Tampa, and 24 grandchildren. SAMUEL A. MOORE GAINESVILLE (By Staff Writer) Samuel Ayres Moore, 67, 1206 NW 31st Ave., died Sun day at his home. A native of New Vienna, Ohio, he came here three years ago from Marshall- town, Iowa. He was the former owner-operator of a television repair shop in Marshalltown and was a member of the Presbyterian Church. Survivors in clude his widow, Mrs. Viola Moore; a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Evelyn Files, Port Williams, Iowa: two sons, Merrill K. Moore, Gainesville, and Hubert Moore, Washington Court House, Ohio; two brothers, O. R Moore, Wilminton, Ohio, and John Moore, Dayton, Ohio; a sister, Mrs. Maccilla Graves, Cincinnati, Ohio, and nine grandchildren, JOHN W. SEATON CEDAR KEY (By Staff Writ er) John Wesley Seaton, 71. died Saturday at his home here after a long illness. A native of Altona, Mich., he had lived here" 13 years and was owner of a motel. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Thelma C. Seaton; three daughters, Mrs. Genevra Devries, Oceanside, Calif., Mrs. Viola Courtney, Or lando, and Mrs. Dorothea Bryant, Cedar Key; three sons, John Seaton, Lewis Seaton and Floyd Seaton, all of Gainesville; a sister, Mrs. Anna Lewis Morley, Mich.; 16 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. FREDERICK C. BILLIARD WINTER HAVEN (Special) Frederick C. Billiard, 78, of 257 Lake Mariana Drive, died yesterday at a nursing home after a long illness. Mr. Billiard was a native of Ohio and moved to Winter Haven eight years ago. He attended the Methodist Church. He was superintendent for a chemical firm In Cleveland for many years. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Dona Melissa Billiard; a sister, Mrs. Grace Proper, Wooster, Ohio, and a brother, Lloyd Billiard, Royal Oak, Mich. MRS. EDITH PALMER BRADENTON (Special)-Mrs. Edith G. Palmer, 212 51st Ave. W., died at a local rest home Friday. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, she came to Braden-ton from Cleveland In October, 1964. She was a member of the Nottingham Methodist Church in Cleveland. Survivors include her husband, George C. Palmer; one daughter, Mrs. Mary Virginia Burton, Elsworth, S.D.; one son, George Richard Palmer, Wilmington, Del., and her father, Fred Greve, Cleveland. MRS. LAURA TORCIIIA BRADENTON (Specifc)l-Mrs. Laura V. Torchia, 83, 6717 14th St. W died In Arcadia Sunday. A native of Elizabeth City, N.C., she came to Braden-ton from Cincinnati, Ohio, 25 years ago. She was a member of Whitfield Presbyterian Church. Survivors include her husband, Joseph Torchia; three daughters, Mrs. Bessie D. Blanchard, Fort Wayne, Ind., Mrs. Joe A. Bolin, Chester, Pa., and Mrs. Betty Mack, Rydal, Pa.; three sons, Edward H. Waters, Ardsley, Pa., Ralph Waters, Fort Wayne, and Fritz P. Waters, Fort Wayne; one step-son, Eugene J. Torchia, Dayton, Ohio; two sisters, Mrs. J. P. Mike, Los Angeles, Calif, and Mrs. C. I. Hall, Elizabeth City, N.C. DIAMONDS, precious stonti, fin watches, gold jewelry. Inspect our used jewelry from our loan dept. estates. MILLS JEWELRY, 503 Franklin St. "Lttf Ii tin BinHni gettlun f Umpt" But for you, it could be awful. Because a hearing aid is a personal thing. There are different kinds, for different kinds of hearing loss. That's why we make 16 models. And that's why you should buy yours from an authorized Zenith dealer. His experience with all 16 kinds of Zeniths enables hira to match the right aid to your particular hearing difficulty. We have a goal that's simply stated: Zenith believes a hearing aid should be heard, and not seen. We think we're getting closer to it every day. Come in and hear our progress. t A . n nr At. T :1 1 PETERSON. ARCHIE BALD B.. JR. At iu:uo p.m. me ium aUKee-1 rraLsT:nefiHr,chjbald,?- Pe" I based craft radioed it was over! IRA GILBERT terson Jr., will be held today at 8 p.m. 1 ., , , ,,. .. at Hawkins Funeral Home chapel, 135 Cnckett Island, 95 miles from ! ARCADIA (By Staff Writer) MaVkblTc destination. That was the Ira N. Gilbert, 78, of DeSoto Church officiating. Graveside serv-j iast heard from the plane. Peace River Heights, died at his ices will be conducted by the Morri- ., , ., - V c j , son Masonic Lodge No. 235 f& am on Aboard the C119 were nine home Sunday. A native of wecinesaay at z p.m. at Orange Hill , iUilu-ni,Vof arpa man nnr! Air. Cemetery at Wiiiiston, Fia. Aiiiv, auKee-area men ana Air- iman l.C. John W. Lazenby of Mi. smith. cuFTOv d. Funeral sen-- ami, returning to his 72nd Bomb ices for Mr. Clifton D. Smith, age 68, . t,.. TTn ; T),,Q., of 3211 Bay villa, win be held at lng at Ramey Af B in Puerto P,i2,'SIOr. Ju ndav'- ,mornJnghat .TKe.Rico after home leave. Palma Ceia Baptist Church. The Rev. J. Titus Aldridge, pas-tor, will officiate. Interment will follow in JOY and JULIA'S FLOWER SHOP 5922 Fla. Ave. 231-6181 AFL-CIO Shop Geiger Cemetery, Zephyrhills, Fla Active pallbearers will be Jack Ham rick, Hampton Dunn, John Gar-breana. Harvey Garner, Ed Stallings, and Guy Edge. Honorary pallbearers will be H. P. Chambers, H. A. Jones. R. H. Tait, E. E. Doc Brammer, T. Barrow and E. V. Johnson. Curry's Funeral Home. 605 S. MacDill Ave., is in charge of arrangements. IX MEMORIAM In loving memory of our mother. Alma Davis Cook, whom the Lord called home 18 years ago today. June 8. In our home she is fondly remembered, sweet memories cling to her name. Those who loved her in life sincerely, StUl love her in death jut the same. THE CHILDREN". EDWIN, THERESA, RUBY. LITILLE. DORIS. JEWELL, GEORGE AND CHARLES ADVERTISEMENT ARE YOU OVERWEIGHT? Crew members were Maj. Lewis Giuntoli, pilot: 1st Lt. Lawrence Gares, co-pilot: Capt. Richard Bassett, navigator; M. f n r l a .1 : agt. wmon Aciams ana airman Overweight can destroy your i.e. innraas Aupeni. raensers ;precious health! Overweight or wTre Chief M. Sgt. Frank Elli-, obesity is a very common dis-son. M. Sgt. Raoul Benedict, j order of the human race which Staff Sgt. 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