The Tampa Tribune from Tampa, Florida on June 9, 1971 · 23
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Boys Clubs Launch Summer Program The Interbay, West Tampa and Ybor City Boys Clubs will open their special Summer Program today at 9 a.m. The program, different from that offered in the regular session, will continue until school opens in September The clubs will be open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. On Saturdays and Sundays, the clubs will be closed. Boys attending the summer program are urged to bring their lunch. Further informa-ion may be obtained by contacting the directors of the respective clubs. , Digntfild Strvkei Rtgardltu of Price -Slut. 13f WILSON SAMMON CO. UNHM HOMI Phone 877-7676 Uimm NmwI B4wm 470 N. ARMINIA AwbwI.M. S.nric. Tel: 932-5308 AMBULANCE -24 Hoar tmtrj.ney Service ' FUNERAl HOMI 67U NORTH ARMENI Vt. SHOP TODAY FOR. . . fl I FATHER'S ftft DAY IDIfllj FATHER'S DAY SALE automatic garage door opener system by ALLIANCE SPECIAL SALE PRICES Vi H.P. Rated Screw Drive Model GS-450 Reg. $212 14 H.P. Rated Screw Drive Model GS-404 Reg. $198 V H.P. Rated Chain Drive Model GS-200 Reg. $174.50 $199 44 18450 $159 44 Unheralded Bill Gives ComPosile Drawing Traps Textbooks An Updating Robbery Suspect THE TAMPA TRIBUNE. Wednesday, June 9, 1971 23-A Tampa Area Deaths OPENS THE DOOR. ..TURNS ON THE LIGHT... CLOSES THE D00R...L0CKS UP TIGHT! Solid State Radio Controls Safe Dependable Convenient Insist on a Genuine GENIE Automatic Garage Door Opener System by alliance SECURITY GARAGE DOOR OPENERS, INC. Factory Service Sales Free Estimates Member Chamber ! Commerce CARL J. SMITH Owner-641 1A N. 40th Street 238-3664 Tampa only Authorized Genie Dealer Also Available In WINTER HAVEN Ph. 294-6671 m, Made By ?The ALLIANCE Manufacturing Co., Inc. A NORTH AMERICAN PHILIPS COMPANY Maker of the famous Alliance Tenna-Rotor "TV's Better Color Getter!" other important measure got final passage. It provides au-thority for county school boards to levy a 10-mill school tax with all qualified voters participating. THE BILL removes the former requirement limiting such elections to property owners or freeholders only A federal court in Miami held before the legislature convened that all registered voters can participate in these elections. TALLAHASSEE (UPI) - A bill, passed with little notice in the rush of the legislature's near photo-finish, will permit the public schools to keep abreast of new developments that happen after textbooks have been adopted in each particular field. The bill provides for up to 10 per cent of the state appropriation for free textbooks to be used to buy instructional materials that are not on the state textbook adoption list. SEN. JOHN Broxson, D-Gulf Breeze, chairman of the Senate Public Schools Committee, termed it a very "vital" piece of legislation. It will be very useful in the field of ecology, a relatively new area into which schools are moving this year, without state-adopted materials, he said. "Another case in point is the difficulty we experience in getting materials appropriate for our typical children," Broxson said. "This . 10 per cent flexibility could be used to purchase a variety of newly developed materials desiped for the educationally handicapped or gifted students." Just an hour before the legislature adjourned Friday, an- Broxson said another major school bill addresses itself to the extended school day and year-around school concept. As passed and sent to the governor, it requires counties to do utilization studies every five years with consideration given to extended day or year-around schools before capital outlay funds are spent to add to present facilities. In addition to the educational accountability bill, requiring the education commissioner to make a detailed report of student progress, the legislature passed a bill setting up a state remedial reading program and providing guidelines for applying for and allocating funds. OTHER SCHOOL legislation passed by the last session includes: A bill permitting senior high school students who lack three credits or less for graduation to make it up without having to spend a full day in school. Measure deleting a law that made public schools responsible for students while en route to and from school and other times they are presumed by law to be attending school even if they are not in custody of school personnel. The new law makes the school responsible only if the pupil is on a school bus. Provides that teaching certificates may be suspended by the education department for up to five years. , Provides that transfers of funds from one county depository to another or within a depository may be authorized by the county superintendent or . h i s designee pursuant to school board resolution. Four recent armed rob beries of two supermarkets and a laundry were charged last night against a Tampa man who is also under investigation in several other cases, police reported. Ramon Alvarez, 24, 506 El S e r i n o Apartments, was charged with the $1,700 holdup Monday of an A & P food store at 6706 ' N. Nebraska Ave. Alvarez is also chrged with MRS. PEARL MARIS Mrs. Pearl O. Maris, 73, died May 18 at Sun City Center. She was a native of Clifton Forge, Va. Survivors include her husband, Louis Maris; a son, Merrick L. Maris, and three daughters, Mrs. Walter Lindsay, Mrs. Gordon Cram and Mrs. David B. Steward. CORINA T.DIAZ . Corina T. Diaz, 70, 3818 Ridge Ave., died yesterday. She was born In Chile, South America, and moved to Tampa 43 years ago. Survivors . include sons, RHHi'a f! Dia7 anrl TT .Tnspnh the May 17 robbery of a Pub- DiaZ( Mh of Tampa lix Super Market at 6001 N. Nebraska, involving $1,687, and two armed robberies of the Dixie Cleaners, 7401 Nebraska. Sgt. Ralph Miller said Alvarez was arrested at his home on a tip from a person who recognized a composite drawing of the suspect. An un disclosed amount of cash was LEONARD PENNY OSPREY Leonard F. Penny, 77, of 445 N. Washington St., died Monday. A native of Man-salon, Mich., he moved here 19 years ago from Blanchester, Ohio. He was a retired builder and a member of the First Church of God of Osprey. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Minnie Penny; four sons, a found in Alvarez' car inside a four step-daugh bag, said Mills. Christian To Speak At HCC ters, including Mrs. Charlotte Zengel, Sarasota, and Mrs. Doris Rogers, Osprey. ELMER MURPHY Elmer Green Murphy, 80, of 1316 W. Busch Blvd.. died yes- Groundbreakinff EnaAtivVi Hfam' O Tenn., he had resided in Tampa State Commissioner of Edu- I5 vears- He was a pharmacist. survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Catherine P. Timmins, Palm Harbor; a brother, Herman Murphy, Brooksville, and Push Starts To Put City In Foreign Air Picture By HOWARD GORHAM Tribune Staff Writer The push to get more international air service for Tampa is under way here. A special task force charged with that duty held its first meeting, which was closed to the. news media, then conducted a brief press conference to tell of their plans. These consists of talks with the Civil Aeronautics Board, airlines officials and aviation officials in Miami. The group is taking the route of securing direct international service for Tampa by making it a co-terminal with Miami, which has some 920 international flights per week. Tampa has 20 via two airlines. THIS WOULD mean any international carrier flying into and out of Miami would automatically have the right to serve Tampa. Also yesterday, it was learned approval has come from the CAB and President Nixon for a Bahamas-based airline to provide Tampa and three other Florida cities with service from the Bahamas. The approval was given to Out Island Airways Limited, based in Nassau. It is author ized to serve Tampa, Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach. However, when it would start the service was un known. Officials at the Tampa International Airport said the airline hadn't approached them for space and other considerations' before it starts providing the service. THE BAHAMAS airline had sought in its original application to make Havana one leg of the route between the Bahamas and the Florida points but later dropped this request. Service between the Bahamas and Tampa currently is provided by Eastern Air Lines and Shawnee Airlines. The task force apparently will use the approach that Tampa, if it's given co-terminal status, would help alleviate crowded conditions at Miami's international airport. Officials pointed out Miami, the only international air gateway in the Southeast, handles most international flights than the Pacific Coast, the Chicago-Detroit area or the Midwest. WASHINGTON attorney Robert Beckman, who represents Tampa interests in aviation matters, told the group that by 1975 an estimated 1.7 million passengers will "fly over" Tampa to transfer at Miami if Tampa is not a co-terminal international facility. He noted a considerable increase in Miami's air traffic and said it will grow even larger. Beckman noted Tampa has a new, multi-million-dollar facility and is worthy now of co-international consideration. Loyalty Oath Ban Won't Affect Colleges -Mautz TALLAHASSEE (UPI) - The U.S. Supreme Court's re jection of part of Florida's loy alty oath for state employes will have no practical effect on the university system, Chancellor Robert Mautz said yesterday. Mautz said he thought the state loyalty oath's disclaimer provision on violent overthrow of government "never achieved the goal many people thought it did." "I THINK the decision will have no impact at all, because most people don't believe in the. violent overthrow of the government, and those who do will lie about their belief." He said the oath will have to be modified immediately to delete the provision ruled unconstitutional by the court. The court upheld the part of the oath containing the pledge of allegiance to the state and federal constitutions. It struck down, by an 8-1 vote, the disclaimer clause requiring state employes to deny belief in violent overthrow of government. Three University of Florida professors and a journalism librarian were dismissed for failing to take the oath, but Mautz said he has not determined what effect the ruling would have on them. THE LIBRARIAN, Anne C. Bardsley, asked recently to be reinstated but was refused by University President Stephen C. O'Connell who said the loyalty oath was still on the statute books. ; Leroy L. Lamborn, an assistant law profssor, Evan Suits, a psychology instructor, and Bardsley challenged their dismissal after they were fired for refusing to sign the oath in 1969. Jerome T. Miller, an architecture instructor, was also fired but he did not appeal his dismissal. cation Floyd Christian will be featured speaker Friday at groundbreaking ceremonies for Hillsborough Community College's first permanent collegium on the Dale Mabry campus. The event at 10 a.m. at Lois Avenue and Tampa Bay Boulevard is open to the public and marks the first phase of an estimated $20 million construction program. . Work on the $3.5 million first collegium is slated for completion in September, 1972, HCC plans to use the structure for that fall term. HCC began offering classes in 1968 at night in Hillsborough County schools. Last fall the college started its first daytime program in portable buildings on the western end of the 72-acre Dale Mabry campus. Chiles HCC Commencement Speaker Sen. Lawton Chiles will be keynote speaker next Monday at the second annual commencement of Hillsborough Community College. Approximately 400 students will be candidates for degrees. The program will begin at 8 p.m. in the Leto High School auditorium, 4409 W. Sligh Ave. The date for graduation previously had been scheduled for the following Saturday. N. Tampa Chamber To Hear Mackey Dr. Cecil Mackey, president of the University of South Florida, will be guest speaker at the North Tampa Chamber of Commerce luncheon meeting tomorrow. The meeting will begin at noon in the S&S Cafeteria, 9519 N. Florida Ave. Chamber secretary Joseph A. Sperry said the public is invited to attend. JOSEPH S. ROTH Joseph S. Roth, 91 died Monday. He was a Native of Pittsburgh and a Roman Catholic. Survivors include his widow Susan Roth; a son Thomas A. Roth of Winnwood, Pa.; and a daughter Mrs. Helen Coughlin of Tampa. CANDELARIO FRAGA Candelario Fraga, 29, of 2904 Chestnut St., died Monday of a self-inflicted shotgun wound in the chest. A native of Cuba, he was a resident of Tampa 10 years. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Paula Sanchez Fraga; a son, David Fraga, and sister, Mrs. Aleida Careres and Mrs. Felina Maseda. MARIANO SANCHEZ Mariano Sanchez, 75, of 918 11th Ave., died yesterday. A na tive of Spain, he lived here 65 years and was a retired foreman with a cigar company. Survivors include his widow, Rosa Sanc hez; a son, Mariano Joe Sanchez, Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. Josephine Reive, Tampa; broth ers, Odulio Sanchez, Tarpon Springs, and Ramon Sanchez, Brownsville, Texas; and sisters, Mrs. Maria Perez, Mrs. Pilar Lopez, Mrs. Felicidad Hernan dez, Mrs. Emilia Quian and Mrs. Consuelo Spoto, all of Tampa. CORAL COLEMAN Coral C. "Doc" Coleman, 80, of 6610 Taliaferro, died yester day. A native of Canton, Ohio, he lived here since 1924 and was two sisters, Mrs. Velma Miner's member of Seminole Heights Tullahoma, Tenn., Mrs. Copeland, Hillham. Beula RAYMOND J. PYLE, SR. INDIAN ROCKS BEACH Raymond J. Pyle, Sr., 72 of 611 Gulf Blvd. died Monday. He was a native of Zeeland, Mich. Survi vors include his widow Bessie Pyle and sons Raymond J. Pyle, Jr. of Tampa and Robert D. Pyle of Orlando. Car Strikes Pedestrians; One Killed An Ohio woman was killed and her husband seriously injured near Ruskin Monday night when a car northbound on U.S. 41 veered off the road and struck them on a sidwalk. Highway Patrol troopers said the car was driven by David N. Carlisle, 21, Wi- mauma, and was weaving on the highway before going off the road near 19th Avenue at 8:40 p.m. KILLED was Feme Knight, 47, of Frazeyburg, Ohio. In jured was her husband, Rob ert, 53, admitted to Tampa General Hospital in "satisfac tory" condition. Troopers said Carlisle fled and was arrested later that night. He was charged with leaving the scene of an acci dent with injuries, driving while intoxicated, and possess ing no driver's license. Bond was set at $1,536 bond, troopers said. United Methodist Church. He was a member of Hillsborough County's school board for a term and he operated the Coleman Prescription Shop. He had graduated from the Northwestern University College of Pharmacy in 1912. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. John S. McAfee, Tampa. ANDRES J. LOPEZ Andres J. Lopez, 71, of 307 S. Fielding, died yesterday. He is a native of Cuba lived here four years, and was a member of Sa cred Heart Catholic Church. Survivors include his widow. Mrs. Maria C. Lopez; sons, Raul G. Lopez of Tampa and Andrew E. Lopez of Atlanta; a brother, Diego Lopez of New York City; and a sister, Miss Isabel Lopez, of Madrid. Funeral Notices BODE, MRS. QUINCY LEE Funeral services for Mrs. Quincy Lee Bode, who died in New York, will be held at 11 o'clock, Wednesday morning, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Gainesville. She is survived by one son, Peter John Bode and her husband, Herbert W, Bode, JMew York City; four brothers, V. Q. McCov Jr.. Gerald McCov. James A. McCoy and Joel L. McCoy, all of Gainesville; one sister, Mrs. James W. Espey, Dallas, Tex. Inter ment will be in Evergreen cemetery. William s-Thomas funeral home in cnarge m arrangemems. CARDEN. CALVIN LEE Funeral ser vices for Calvin Lee Carden, age 75, of Arcadia, fib., will be held Thursday. June 10, 1971, at 2 P.M. from the Rob-arts-Grady Funeral Home chapel with Reverend L. T. Fagan officiating. Burial in Oak Ridge Cemetery. Robarts-Grady Funeral Home in charge of ar rangements. COLEMAN, CORAL C. "DOC" Coral c. "Doc Coleman, 80, of 6610 Taliaferro, passed away Tuesday. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock from the Chapel of the F. T. BLOUNT COMPANY FUNERAL HOME, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, with Dr. W. Goddard Sherman, pastor of Seminole Heights United Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery. CONWAY, WILLIAM THOMAS Funer al services for Mr. William T. Conway, 94, formerly of 3112 Lesley Road, will be conducted this morning at 10 o'clock at the JENNINGS FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL, 6900 Nebraska Ave- nue at Sligh. The Rev. H.C. Stringfel-Iow, retired Baptist Minister, will officiate, with interment following in Or ange Hiii cemetery. Funeral Notices EDWARDS, MRS. MINNIE R. Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie R. Edwards, 97, of 614 N. Gomez, who passed away vany aaiuiuay morning in a at. Petersburg Nursing Home, will h -in ducted Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock irom uie cnapei ot HOWE'S FUNERAL HOME, 3023 E. Busch Boulevard with Rev. Preston D. Creel, pastor of the Assembly of God Glad Tidings Church uiuuaung. rauoearera wui oe Grandsons. Interment will follow In r..rH.n of Memories Cemetery. There are 37 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren ana several great great grandchildren FflRTVFP. ini Th. Mm.l.. nyr - - in. iiiuoius "I mi. Ada Fortner. 90, of 1818 E. Fletcher Avenue, wno passed away Sunday mnmintf In a lnnal Unrcina LIa-ma .....a sent to Mann's Mortuary Sunday for services, ana interment in Knoxvuie, Tennessee. Local arrangement were in marge ot nuwES UNEKAL HUME ou.m c. uuscn Boulevard. FRAGA, CANDELARIO Funeral cr. vices for Mr. Candelario Fraga, age 29, of 2904 Chestnut St. will be held today (Wednesday) at 4 p.m. from the A. P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL, 3809 N. ARMENIA AVE., with interment to follow in Colon Cemetery. He is survivea Dy jus mother; Mrs. Paula ancnez fraga, a son; David Fraga, and two sisters; Mrs. Aleida Careres ana Mrs. r euna Maseda. GARRETT, GLENN Glenn Garrett, is. ot un wove view Avenue, Tampa, Fla., passed away Sunday morning, a nequiem mass lor the Ke- DOSe of his Soul will hp nffpreri Wednesday morning at 10:00 o'clock from the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, with Fr. James Kelly, officiating. Active pallbearers will be Henry Garrett, Charles E. Garrett, wuiiam wnsni, mcnara wrignt, Jim Davis, and Phillip Williams. Interment will be in Centra EsDanol Cemeterv F. T. BLOUNT COMPANY FUNERAL HOME, 5101 NEBKASKA AVENUE, in cnarge ot arrangements, survivors elude his parents: Mr. & Mrs Garv G Garrett, Tampa, Fla.; 1 sister: Miss Sylvia Garrett, Tampa, Fla.; and paternal grandmother: Mrs. Verda Gar rett, Brooksville, i la. DIAZ, MRS. CORINA T. Mrs. Corina T. Diaz, 70, 3818 Ridge Ave., Tampa died Tuesday, June 8 at Centra Astu-riano Hospital. She was born in Chile, South America and moved to Tampa 43 years ago from Chill. Funeral services and burial will be private to the family. Moss Ft. Harrison, Clearwater Chapel will be in charge of burial. Survivors include 3 sons, Eddie C. Diaz and H. Joseph Diaz, both of Tampa and Ernest J. Diaz, Atlanta. Donations are to be made to Florida sheriff boys ranch, Live Oak, Florida or a favorite charity. . HOLMBERG, MRS. MARGARET BALINT Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret Ba nt Holmberg. 5?, Paunetto Way, Dunne! Ion, will be held 3 P.M. Thurs day at the chapel of porter fu NERAL HOME, INVERNESS. Inter- ment will follow in the Oak Rldgi cemetery in Inverness. LEWIS, EDWARD S. Funeral services for Edward s. Lewis, 79, resident of Lake Thonotosassa, Fla., who died Sunday in a Tampa hospital, will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the WILSON SAMMON MEMORIAL- CHAPEL. 4730 N. Armenia Ave., with the Rev. James For-tinberry. pastor of the Turkey Creek First Baptist Church, to ofliciate. Interment will follow in the Orange Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers: Bud Moody, Jo Ma-t!n. Bobby Ryals, Rov Martin, John Glllord, and Johnny Lambert. Funeral Notices LOPEZ, ANDRES J. Funeral services for Mr. Andres J. Lopez, 71, of 307 S. Fielding will be held Thursday KSrJ'!S. at 10 00 o'clock at the B. M.A.Ri2.N REED FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL, Plant Avenue at Piatt Street. Interment will follow in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. THE ROSARY WILL BE RECITED Wednesday evening at 7:30 P.M. at the funeral home. Mr. Lopez u survived by his wife, Mrs. Maria C. Lopez of Tampa; his son Raul G. Lopez of Tampa and his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Lopez of Atlanta, Ga.; a brother, Mr. Diego Lopez, New York, N.Y.; a sister. Miss Isabel Lopez, Madrid, Spain; and twin grandsons, Raul and Andrew Lopez of Atlanta, Ga. MARTINEZ. EMILIANO Funeral services for Mr. Emiliano Martinez, age 55, of 2918 Tambay Ave. will be held today (Wednesday) at 10 a.m. from the A. P. BOZA RIVERSIDE CHAPEL, 3809 N. ARMENIA AVE., with Inter-ment to follow in Colon cemetery. Survivors include his widow; Mrs. Dorinda Martinez, three sons; Orlando, Evelio and Divaldo Martinez, three brothers; Graziano, Mariano and Pablo Martinez and one grandchild. MIZELL, WILBUR HUGH Funeral services for Wilbur Hugh Mizell, 60, a resident of 750 Woodlawn Bartow, who passed away Monday will be held Wednesday at 2:30 from the Whidden Funeral Home Chapel with the Reverend Austin Mc Elroy and Reverend R. W. Waterman officiating. Interment to follow in Bartow Wiklwood Cemetery. PITT, DONALD THOMAS Funeral serv- z ices ior mr. juonaid Thomas Pitt, 'V43, of 10101 N. Florida Ave., will be conducted this afternoon at 1:00 o'clock from the Northside Chapel Duval Funeral Home, 10520 N. Florida Ave., with the Rev. Donald Comer, pastor of the Nebraska Ave. United Methodist Church, to officiate. Interment will follow in Sylvan Abbey Memorial Park, Clearwater. Pallbearers will be: Jim Vanderloop, Marlin Marsh, Frank Carrano, Don Behm, Hank Garcia, J. Shroyer. Masonic graveside services will be conducted by Memorial Lodge No. 20 F.&A.M. PYLE, 8R., RAYMOND J. Funeral services for Mr. Raymond J. Pyle, Sr., 72, 611 Gulf Blvd., Indian Rocks Beach, who passed away in a Clearwater hospital Monday night, will be held Wednesday afternoon at 4:00 P.M. at MARSICANO FUNERAL HOME. 4040 Henderson Blvd. Rev. Donald L. Erwin, Associate Minister of Palm a Ceia Presbyterian Church will officiate. Interment will follow in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Bessie Pyle, Indian Rocks Beach; two sons, Raymond J. Pyle, Jr., Tampa and Robert D. Pyle, Orlando, Fla., and I grandchildren. ROTH, JOSEPH S. Funeral ser vices for Mr. Joseph S. Roth, 91, resident of Tampa for 18 years, who passed away in a local hospital Monday night, will be held Thursday morning at 10:00 A.M. at Christ the King Catholic Church at which time a Requiem Mass will be offered for the repose of his 9oul by Rev. Fr. Norman G. Balthazar, Pastor. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories. Recitation of the Rosary will be Wednesday night at 7:30 P.M. at MARSICANO FUNERAL HOME, 4040 Henderson Blvd. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Susan Roth; a daughter, Mrs. Helen Coughlin, both of Tampa and a son, Thomas A. Roth, Winnwood, Pa. SANCHEZ. MARIANO Funeral ser vices for Mariano Sanchez, 75, resident of 918 11th Ave., who died Tuesday morning in a local hospital, will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock from the WILSON SAMMON MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 4730 N. Armenia Avenue. Interment will follow in the Centro Asturiano Cemetery. Pallbearrs: Odulio Sanchez. Jr., Richard W. Reive, Ramon Sanchez, Gus R. Jimenez, Henry Castillo, and Ramon Lopez. The Family has requested to "Please omit flowers. Contributions may be made to the Centro Asturiano Building Fund." Mr. Sanchez is survived by his widow, Mrs. Rosa Sanchez, Tampa; a son, Mariano Joe Sanchez, Tampa; a daughter, Mrs. Josephine Reive, Tamna; a grandson, Richard W. Reive; two grand-daughters, Miss Dannet Sanchez and Miss Dalynn Sanchez; two brothers, Odulio Sanchez, Tarpon Snrlngs, Fla., and Ramon Sanchez, Brownsville. Texas: and five sisters, Mrs. Maria Perez, Mrs. Pilar Lopez, Mrs. felicidad Hernandez, Mrs. Emilia Quinn. and Mrs. Consuelo Spo-lot, all of Tampa WENTWORTH, MRS. HELEN FATE Mrs. Helen Faye Wentworth (Stover). 61. of 5115 East Broadwav. Tamna. Florida, passed away Monday i Vir ginia. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the Chapel of the F. T. BLOUNT COMPANY FUNERAL HOME, 5101 NEBRASKA AVENUE. W th Rev. A. C. Teston. of the Citrus Park Baptt Church, officiating. Interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery.

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