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Orlando Sentinel Phone GA 3-4411 Classified GA 3-8511 Obituaries Saturday, August 7, 1965 Obituaries MRS. MARY LEITA CRUM, 52, 427 Dover Street, died Thursday. A native of Sparks, she came to Orlando in 1961 from Groveland. She was a nurse's aid and a Baptist. Surviving are her husband, Emerson sons, Fred A.

and Marvin L. of Orlando, Henry Tampa, and Preston J. Union Park; daughters, Mrs. Margaret Vaughn, Tampa, Mrs. Dorothy Turner, Moultrie, Mrs.

Barbara Trowbridge and Mrs. Margie Pendergrass, both of Orlando; mother, Mrs. Mattie Wise, Winter Haven; brother, B. J. Wise, Valdosta, sister, Mrs.

Virginia Fordham, Winter Haven; and 14 grandchildren. Hawthorne Funeral Home is in charge. MR. FREDERICK MAN- GOLD GLAZIER, 66, 1531 Normandy Deltona, died Thursday. orn in Philadelphia, he came to Deltona years ago from Silver Springs, Md.

He was a printer and a member of the International Typographical Union and the Deltona Citizens Association. Survivors include widow, Cecilia; sons, Frederick M. Jr. and Robert both of Wheaton, John Laurel, daughter, Margaret Lajara, Melbourne and eight grandchildren. Burial will be in Arlington National Cemetery.

Gramkow Funeral Home, Sanford, in charge. MRS. FREEDA F. PFIRRMANN, 69, 511 Lake Shore Drive, St. Cloud, died Thursday.

Born in Hilton, N.J., she had lived in St. Cloud since 1949 and was a member of NOW OPEN ORLANDO'S NEWEST CHAPEL HILL CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL PARK ORLANDO'S FINEST HARRELL ROAD MI 4-3890 the Mountainside Chapel, Mountainside, N.J. Survivors include daughters, Mrs. Freeda Daggart and Mrs. Janet Harding, both of St.

Cloud; sisters, Mrs. Elsie Vahr, and Mrs. Marie Mandl, and brother, Henry Webber all of Mountainside, N.J. and three grandchildren. Eiselstein, Fisk Journigan, St.

Cloud, in charge. MR. THOMAS J. WAG- NER, 84, 937 S. Alabama DeLand, died Friday.

A native of Shelbyville, he moved to DeLand 28 years ago. He was a retired railroad employe. Survivors include daughters, Mrs. Samuel Pizer and Mrs. Wayne Price, both of DeLand, Mrs.

Eloise Lane, Daytona Beach, and Mrs. Clyde Matthews, Jacksonville, 14 grandchildren and 13 greatgrandchildren. Allen Sum me rhill Funeral Home, DeLand, is in charge. MRS. JOHN W.

BUF- FINGTON, 77, Buffington Road, Ocala, died Friday. Born in Young Harris, she came to Florida i in 1918. She was a member of Olivet Baptist Church. Surviving are daughters, Mrs. W.

L. Thomas and Mrs. J. Fred Smith, both of Gainesville, Mrs. W.

E. Buffington Orange Park, and Mrs. J. D. Morse, Tallahassee; sons, G.

T. and J. E. Buffington, both of Ocala, N. C.

Buffington, Ringgold, J. B. Buffington, Lakeland, W. D. Buffington, Tampa; sisters, Mrs.

Ola Smith and Mrs. Lucille Porter, both of Chattanooga, Mrs. T. T. Norton, Lafayette, and Mrs.

Ross Young, Miamiville, Ohio; brother, Pendleton Bryson, Ringgold, 16 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. J. Miles Hiers Funeral Home, Ocala, is in charge. MR. RAEMON C.

RICHARDS, 70, 655 Merrimac Deltona, died Friday. Born in Rockville, he had lived in Deltona for two months. He was a veteran of World War I and a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, Yonkers, N. Y.

He was a' life member and past commander of Bodenstat-Thomas Post No. 884, American Legion in Yon- GLEN HAVEN Memorial Park The Most Beautiful Garden Cemetery Mausoleum Since 1932 In Thoughtful Have Central Selected People Florida Memorial dark so WANT-AD RATES PHONE GA 3-8511 for Classified Only DEADLINES Tues. thru Sat. papers -6 p.m. for ads to go in Sun.

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PHONE GA 3-8511 or WRITE CLASSIFIED P.O, BOX 2833, Orlando, Fla. kers and a member of the 40 and 8 of Westchester County, N. and the Police Athletic League. Survivors include widow, Katherine daughters, Mrs. Charles F.

Kelley, Genesco, N. Mrs. Barrett Coughlin, Portland, dagnolo, Larchmont, and Mrs. a Patricia N. sons, James Mellin, Glassborough, N.

and Richard Mellin, Port O'Connor, Tex. Lankford Orange City Chapel is in charge. MR. CHARLES C. RYAN, 87, father of City Manager C.

C. Ryan, Winter Haven died at his home Friday in 1 Punta Gorda. The city manager was with his father when he died. He had been summoned while vacationing in Columbus, Ohio, when his father was stricken suddenly on Wednesday. RUSSELL ALLEN BURNS, 3-year-old son of Mr.

and Mrs. William Burns, Sanford, died Thursday at a Gainesville hospital. Also surviving are brothers, Glenn and Stephen, and sisters, Sue and Chris, all of Sanford. Brisson Funeral Home, Sanford, is in charge. MR.

B. M. (MAC) UTHERS, 88, brother of John Caruthers, Orlando, died Sunday in Dade City. Born in Webster, he was a member of the Methodist Church and a retired road construction worker for Cone Construction Company in Tampa. Other survivors include, widow, Mrs.

Claudia Caruthers, Dade City; te 3, Mrs. Jeanette Wright, Dude City, Mrs. Evalee Dodd and Mrs. Hilda Branton both of Washington; brother, Dave, Clearwater; sister, Mrs. Nanny Blanton, Brandon and a number of grandchildren.

Funeral service was held in Dade City and burial was in the family plot in Webster, Wednesday. MRS. CECELIA SHERIDAN WEAVER, 70, 1607 S. Eola Drive, died Thursday. A native of Macon, she came here 29 years ago from Jacksonville.

She was a member of St. James Catholic Church. Surviving are her husband, George Orlando; son, George B. Jacksonville; sisters, Mrs. W.

F. Allen Winter Park, Mrs. J. P. McGoldrick, Macon, and Sister M.

Nolasco, R. S. Nashville, and six grandchildren. Fairchild Funeral Home is in charge. MRS.

RUTH ISABEL JENNINGS, 66, 757 Plaza Court, died Thursday. A native of Melrose, 16 TRAVEL INFORMATION CAR DELIVERED anywhere USA, in Orlando 10 yrs. member Chamber of Commerce. Drivers needed for Calif. and Seattle.

Owners Driveway, Angebilt Hotel. 425-1393. DRIVERS WANTED for New York City, Philadelphia, Connecticut, Boston. Auto Driveway Co. Phone, 841-4591.

DRIVERS WANTED for Kansas City, New York City, Philadelphia, Connecticut, Boston. Auto Driveaway Co. Phone 841-4591. RESPONSIBLE party will drive your car to New York for gas expenses; ph. Mr.

Mascia, 10 a.m., 855-5880. RIDER wanted to share expenses to Cincinnati, Ohio or area. Call 855-1587. WEDNESDAY Aug. 10 Leaving for Tennessee, Kentucky and Ohio.

will take 1 or 2 passengers. Reply to S-Star Box 1207 A. Melbourne, Fla. 17 HAULING MOVING LIGHT HAULING Local moving, reasonable rates. Free estimates.

Open Sat. and Sundays. 422-8376. MOVING? Save cost! Rent U-Haul Truck, one-way service to 48 states, 2-ton vans, hand trucks and pads available. 841-2261.

LOCAL LONG DISTANCE Points in Fla. 838-6294; TE 8-5907. MOVE YOURSELF. Save 50 pct. AVIS RENT A TRUCK 207 W.

GORE 19 SERVICES OFFERED ALL SERVICE COMPANY Installations, wiring lobs, air conditionin sales, and repairs. Guaranteed. Day-nite. 424-6662. ADDITIONS- Alterations, brick, block, concreter, Fla.

room, porte, roof repair, painting, gutter, free estimates. GA 2-5055. ADDITIONS- -Plastering and block work, down to earth estimates, call Hall, Sr. 855-3739. 1127 Hall Lane.

AAA TV SERVICE CO. $1 TV Calls Guaranteed repairs, all makes. Govt. licensed TV engineers GA 3-3610 ADDITIONS -Remodeling, repairs, quality work at reasonable price. R.

B. Dunn 855-9478. BUILDING contractor, all types concrete and block, carpentry, small or large. Justice, GA 5-2961. BUILD OR REPAIR roofs, screen.

glass rooms. masonry, painting. Inside-out. Satisfied work. 838-8215.

BULLDOZERS, draglines and other equipment for all types 16. clearing, lots, acreage, 277-1127. BUCYRUS-ERIE draglines, 11. to yds. D-7 bulldozers, 17-A.

New machines. First class operators. All types land-clearing. Canals, fills. lakefront development.

By contract, hour, or for rent. Fred L. Mobley, 424-2909. CARPET CLEANING at Sears, just ph. 841-4354.

in your home or at plant. Charge it CARPENTRY- Painting-repairs, free estimates, no job too small. F. L. Daniels 855-1584.

CERAMIC WALL TILE- Floor tile and counter tops; installed and repaired. Free estimates; 841-3837 after 6 p.m. CONCRETE WORK By concrete contractor, drives, patios. plain and fancy, 275-1977. she came here in 1962 from Dorchester, Mass.

She was a member of the Cathedral Church of St. Luke, Episcopal. Surviving are her hus-' band, George Kingston Jennings; son, David, Orlando; daughter, Mrs. LeRoy Adams, Orlando; and brother, James Porteous, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Fairchild Funeral Home is in charge.

MRS. CATHERINE T. HASEMANN, 94, 1408 S. Division died Thurs- day. A native of Franklin Square, Long Island, N.Y., she moved here in 1922 from New Jersey.

She was a member of the Gold Star Mothers and the Auxiliary of American Legion Memorial Post 19 of Orlando. She belonged to St. James Catholic Church. Surviving are sons, Conrad and Walter, and daughters, Mrs. Emma George and Mrs.

Agnes M. Brown, all of Orlando, and Mrs. Elizabeth Crabtree, Jacksonville. Also 15 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren and six greatgreat Fairchild Funeral Home is in charge. MR.

CHARLES E. PIATT, 75, 734 Garden Plaza, died Thursday. He came to this area 67 years ago from his native Ohio. He was a retired construction mechanic and a member of the Conway Methodist Church. Surviving are his widow, Lena; sons, James E.

and William Allen, both of Orlando, and Lawrence Allen, Fort Myers Beach; daughter, Mrs. Marie McClure, Dallas, grandsons, Charles and David Piatt; and granddaughters, Priscilla and Mary Beth McClure. Carey Hand Funeral Home is in charge. RUS, 87, former resident of Winter Park, died July 30 at Bradenton Manor. Born in Hazelton, she moved to Florida about 25 years ago.

She was a member of the Winter Park Woman's Club, active in 1 the DAR, and a member of the Winter Park Congregational Church. Survivors include son, William granddaughter Suzan and grandson, Martin all of Ft. Walton Beach. Funeral services were held July 31 in Bradenton and burial will be in Hanover Green, Pa. MRS.

LAURA O. LAZA: MR. ALLEN GLEN WHITTINGTON, 55, Forest City Road, Apopka, died Thursday in Clinton, N. C. He was a retired grocer, a Baptist and a native of Raleigh, N.

C. He came to 19 SERVICES OFFERED -Roofing Repairs "Small lobs." GA 5-3061. CONCRETE, foundations. floors, patios, driveways. Quality work a reasonable price.

R. B. Dunn 855-9478. COLOR STYLING or redecorating? Use services offered by Watkins Paint Wallpaper. Only the most reliable painting contractors and paper hangers, recommended.

Call 425-2537 or 644-1749. Home Repair Service SMALL JOBS AND LARGE. Courteous, reliable workmen, backed by 27 years of experience and service. Free estimates, satisfaction guaranteed. Use our easy pay plan.

SMYTH LUMBER CO. 4909 E. Colonial Drive 841-4670 60 Weber Avenue 841-4450 HOUSE PAINTING BEST PAINT-BEST PRICES any size job; licensed; 295-3271. LAWN MOWER and edger repair and rental. At realistic prices.

W. T. Grant Aloma Shopping Center. Winter Park, 644-8223. LANDSCAPE design and planting, patios, patio pools and fencing; free estimates, phone 855-8978, Thomas Bond.

LAWN SERVICE-Mowing, edging, trimming; hauling and fertilizing. Reasonable rates. Ph. 293-8150. LAWNS, shrubs, and small citrus fertilized; good job, reasonable rates.

Call 644-0045, anytime. LAWN SERVICE: Dependable, mow, edge, vacuum, trim, rubbish; lob or contract: Smith, 277-7986. LAWN SERVICE, all kinds, small tree work. Call MI 4-6400, Rt. 6, Box 435-G, Orlando.

644-3578. LAWN SERVICE -Mowing, edging, tree trimming and removing, hauling, sodding, filling, any other yard work; 277-1994. LAWN SPRAYING- -Chinch bug or liquid fertilizer, $5 lawn, guaranteed; ph. 277-1994. LAWN SPRAYING Quality sodding, fertilizing.

Free Estimates. Landscaping MI 7-6434 MOWING DONE Acreage or lots; phone 855-0164. OFFICE PLANNING SERVICE. Check with George Stuart for complete planning service for offices, rugs, draperies, desks, for Indexing systems, warehouse planning. Check George Stuart, 133 East Robinson.

Ask for Ken LeLand. Phone 241-3431. PLUMBING REPAIR by retired plumber; faucets, drain cleaning. Water heaters, etc. MI 4-7713.

PLASTER REPAIR Free estimates, licensed, bonded and insured. 425-0063; GA 4-8485. PAINTING, Exterior-Interior; top quality work. Free estimates cheerfully given. F.

L. Daniels, 855-1584. PAINTING- Carpenter work, glass replaced, roofs repaired. No lob 100 small. Reasonable.

Call 838-4838. PAINTING, 28 yrs. in Orlando, licensed, bonded, work guaranteed. Homer Hayes and Son. GA PAINTING Very reasonable.

Guaranteed, satisfactory, licensed, bonded. L. Gilman. 275-0994. PLUMBING -Alterations-new work and repairs, sewer work; water lines.

Water heaters. pumps and pump repairs. sprinkler systems Installed and serviced. Rose PlumbIng. ph.

855-7811: 5625 S. Orange Bism. Tr. REUPHOLSTERY SPECIAL -I week only, chairs $25 and up, sofas $50 and up, includes labor and fabric. call for free estimates, 424-8132.

the Apopka area 26 ago. Survivors include widow, Sudie Bell, Apopka; son, Charles Greensboro, N. mother, Mrs. Zettie E. Whittington, Durham, N.

sisters, Mrs. Lillie West, Erwin, N. Mrs. Ann Voris, Osgood, Mrs. Pearl Lee, Lillington, N.

Mrs. Ola House, Apopka, and Mrs. Trudy Whittington Bryant, Altamonte Springs; brothers, Marvin G. and Samuel both of Apopka, Joseph USAF, Valdosta, and two grandchildren. Bray Funeral Home, Apopka, is in charge.

CPO BARNEY MILLER 50, 104 Jay Drive, Altamonte Springs, died Thursday. A retired chief petty officer of the U. S. Navy, he was employed by Antenna Systems, Inc. He was a native of Philadelphia, where he was a member of Hevra Tillum Synagogue.

He came to Altamonte Springs in 1959 from St. Simons Island, Ga. He was a member of the Fleet Reserve Unit. Surviving are widow, Jean, son, Robert and daughters, Sherian, Elizabeth and Sara Jean Miller, all of Altamonte Springs, and sisters, Miss Ethel Miller and Mrs. Lillian Murphy, both of Philadelphia, Pa.

Fairchild Funeral Home will send the body to Arlington National Cemetery for services and interment. MR. KENNETH GOLD, 43, 570 Westminster Brooklyn, N. died Fri- day. Born in Brooklyn, he came here four months ago.

He was manager of Howard Clothes, Co-lonial Plaza Mall. He was a veteran of World War II. Survivors include widow, Mrs. Dorothy Gold; son, Steven, and daughter, Harriet, all of Orlando. Carey Hand Funeral Home will send the body to New York for services and interment.

MR. WILLIAM S. MARSH 42, 1020 Her- man died Friday. Born in Bridgeport, Ohio, he came to the Orlando area in 1958 from Akron, Ohio. He was a maintenance man with Orange County for six years and was a veteran of World War II.

Surviving are widow, Ada, and son, William S. both of Pine Castle; parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Marsh, Leesburg; sisters, Mrs. Laura Snider, Orlando, and Mrs.

Irma Flight and Mrs. Florence Harris, both of Akron, and one grandson. Hawthorne Funeral Home is in charge. 19 SERVICES OFFERED ROOFING--General repairs, free estimates, work guaranteed. 855- 8863.

ROOFING- in roof or whole new roof. Free estimates. Smith Roofing. 277-4050 or 277-0089. ROOFING LEAKS Repair, reroof, guttering: 27 yrs.

experience, insured 15 yr. bond. Free estimates. easy terms. GA 2-8455.

UPHOLSTERING, carpets, draperies, and slip covers, best prices, shop at home service, free estimates. Call Whitehurst, 644-4884. Orange Bism. Tr. 425-7591.

20 Personalized Services PRAYER OFFERED FOR THE PRAYER OF THE DAY DIAL GA 4-3611 31 ARTICLES FOR RENT CRIBS, high chairs, pens. rolla-way beds; sanitized, day, wk. mo. Al Prince, Gore at Lucerne Terr. GA 2-5736.

DUPLICATING, photocopying, Thermofax machines rented. Apply rent toward purchase. Check with George Stuart, 133 East Robinson. Phone 241-3431 and ask for Howard Dye. 32 BOATS, Motors Equipment ALUMINUM car top boats, $59 up; 12' plywoods, baitwells $49.50.

MARINE CITY Cassieberry, Hwy 17-92; 838-2676 ALCORN MARINE, St. Cloud. August clearance of 1965 Thunderbirds, Lone Star boats and trailers at wholesale prices. Also Evinrude motors. See for yourself.

BARRETT'S MARINE. 50 SAILBOATS ALL SIZES 2095 West Fairbanks, Winter Park, 500 yds. off 1-4. Open 8-10. BOAT covers, trailer awnings AL'S ARMY STORE 406 W.

Church GA 5-4932 BOAT DOCKAGE and dry storage. New docks and facilities. deep channel, 24 hr. service and surveillance. All marine and fison.

supplies. 40 cts. ft. Inlet Marina, Sebastian, 589-4345. BORUM Speedy-Craft 30 H.P.

Johnson, Pelican trailer, full top, excellent. $395. 16 N. Forest GA 2-1557. Boats, Trailers, Motors We have made the first 2 for 13 yrs.

and are dealers for Johnson motors. If you're looking for quality and recognize it when you see it, you should see Orlando Boat Herndon Airport, We trade, finance and service what we sell. CANOEING FAVORITES! Aluma Craft canoes, rugged light weight aluminum, models from to 17' 69 to 92 pounds light. Harwood Marine, 1240 Orange, Winter Park, MI 7-1369 CHRIS CRAFT Commander Cruiser must sell, 6 sleeper, twin Chrysler Sea V8 engines, 177 H.P. low hours.

J-S radio, Bendix auto pilot, Kevin-white compass, Rybovitch outriggers. Kwick play rod holders. Other fine equipment including electric refrigerator, etc. Boat has had excellent care. $4,500 net to seller.

1300 Seaway Drive, Ft. Pierce, Fla. Ph. 461-6488. CHRIS CRAFT 17' inboard, 120 H.P.

engine, excellent condition. trailer. Must sell $995. 855-6891. CANOES Fiberglass CLEMENTS BOAT co.

1416 N. Mills; 841-4430. MRS. EMMA STOVER HOUCK, 86, 2624 Lafayette Winter Park, died Friday. Born in Terre Hill, she came to Winter Park four years ago.

She was a of the United Brethren Church. Surviving are son, Chester Houck, New Holland, daughters, Mrs. Cora Dietrich, Winter Park, and Mrs. Weaver ver Martin, New Holland, eight grandchildren and 24 greatgrandchildren. Garden Chapel Home for Funerals will send the body to New Holland, for services and interment.

MR. WILLIAM DAVID BELLOMY, 72, Rt. 2, Box 190, Orlando, died Friday. Born in Arlington, he came to Orlando five years ago from Tulsa, Okla. He was a supermarket assistant manager and a veteran of World War I.

Surviving are widow, Estella Orlando; sisters, Mrs. E. W. Larkin, Fort Worth, and Mrs. Rose Stuard, Mansfield, Tex.

Garden Chapel Home for Funerals is in charge. Funeral Notices services for Russell Allen Burns, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Burns, Sanford, will be held from Brisson Funeral Home at 10 a.m. Monday.

Interment will be in Sylvan Lake Cemetery under direction of Brisson Funeral Home, Sanford. BURNS, RUSSELL -Funeral ENGLISH, MISS VIRGINIA CLARIECE -Funeral services for Miss Virginia C. English, 33, 3003 Friendly who died Wednesday in local hospital will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Bear Lake Methodist Church, 1010 Bear Lake Road, Apopka, with the Rev. Robert McBride, the Rev.

W. M. Irwin and the Rev. Ben Blackburn officiating. Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetery.

Miss English will lie In state at the Fairchild Funeral Home Friday evening from 7 until 9 p.m., at which time friends may call and Saturday morning from 10 a.m. until service time at the church. A native Orlandoan, Miss English graduated from Orlando High School (OHS) in 1949 and was the recipient of the Good Citizenship Cup by student and faculty vote on her graduation from Orlando Junior College with honors in 1952. She completed her junior year at the University of Florida in the College of Education, working for degree in secondary education, English and speech certification. illness prevented her from completing her work.

In Orlando she had been employed as a substitute teacher and in various positions at Orange Memorial Hospital, Orlando Daily Newspapers, Orlando Junior College and a local radio station. She was the first woman president of the Orlando Junior College Alumni Association 1953-54 and edited the Alumni Niche, newspaper originated during her term of office. She was recipient of a special alumni award presented at the annual OJC Founder's Day banquet. Miss English was a member of the Women's Auxiliary of Orange Memorial Hospital and member of Xi Delta Kappa Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. She was program co-ordinator for the 1962 Florida State Beta Sigma Phi Convention held in Orlando.

While she was at Duke University Hospital undergoing treatment, Beta Sigma Phi and the Orlando Sentinel-Star sponsored "Virginia English Hospital Fund" raising program. Miss English was also intensely active in Methodist church work. She was a member of the Concord Park Methodist Church originally and participated In all its youth activities, sang in the choir, taught Sunday School and was member of the Rachel Eaton Circle, Women's Society of Christian Service. In March 1963 she became a charter member of the Bear Lake Methodist Church and was a member of its official Board, teacher of the Adult Bykota Class, records chairman, membership secretary, Commission on Missions member, choir member and first president of the WSCS. From 1962-65 she served as chairman of public relations for the Orlando District of wscs.

Surviving are: father, Havis Brantley brothers, Havis Brantley English Beniamin T. English; sister, Mrs. Margaret Evelyn Roberts; nieces, Karen Jan and Susan Patrice Roberts; nephew, Beniamin Brantley English. Active pallbearers will be Jere E. Dotten Harold E.

Irwin, Sgt. Johnny J. Morgan, Grant W. Mueller, Leo A. Salmi, Glenn H.

Whipple, Lt. Col. (Ret.) Jr. Lucas Baird. Honorary pallbearers will be A.

Morris N. S. Hale John McClain, Rickett, Dr. Horton, Dr. C.

C. 32 BOATS, Motors Equipment CORRECT CRAFT-1966 models In production. Best trade-ins from now through September. See authorized dealers, Clements Boat Inc. or Marine, Inc.

in Orlando or Kerr Marine in Winter Garden. CABIN CRUISER, fully equipped, like new. Coast Guard Inspected, several hundred dollars below cost. Phone 241-6134. DUMPHY BOAT 45 H.P.

motor all electric and trailer, good condition, CR 7-9505. EVINRUDE '59--18 H.P., A-1, $150; also '61 Fleetscott, 14 H.P., $65. 644-5485. FIBERGLASS SUPPLIES All types at Orlando Boat Herndon Airport. Closed 5 p.m.

weekdays; noon Sat. FLA. MARINE is an authorized Evinrude dealer, new and used motors, complete stock of parts plus a service dept. that know how to give fast efficient service at reasonable price. 1104 N.

Mills St. GLASSPAR Seafair sedan, '60. '60 Mercury 700 engine, Cox trailer, marine head, 6 and 12 gal, gas tanks, extra trailer wheel and tire, electric boat winch, loaded with extras, ph. 647-2457 after 5. -OUTBOARD Hydrodyne 17 ft.

fiberglass, very plush runabout, powered by 110 Merc Cruiser. Has Murray trailer, full canvass. Save $400. RANSOM DOWNES 1118 S. Orange 425-6667.

Open Fri. nites "til 9 INBOARD 20'-Like new 300 H.P. engine, trailer, refinished. $1,700. Call GA 4-9711.

JOHNSON '59, 18 HP only a few hours $175 phone MI 7-4869. KILLARNEY BOAT CENTER WHERE YOU Save Dollars 1965, 17 ft. all fiberglass sportcraft Safari runabout with walk-thru windshield, back-to-back foam cushloned lay-down seats, convertible top, upholstered side shelf storage, double bottom safety floatation, powered by a 50 H.P. electric start Evinrude with tank, battery and controls plus 1965 Murray heavy duty tilt frailer, stop and directional lights. Compare elsewhere $1695 ONLY $1395 COMPLETE 1965, 19 ft.

Sportcraft Safari, all fiberglass runabout convertible top, foam cushioned siesta lounge seats, walk-thru windshield, upholstered side shelf storage, safety double bottom floatation. Powered by the Big Four, 75 H.P. electric start Evinrude, tank, battery and controls plus 1965 Murray tandem tilt trailer with stop and directional lights. Compare elsewhere $2295. ONLY $1995 COMPLETE 1964, 20 ft.

Cobia cabin cruiser with everything, speedometer, techometer, full canvass, radio, fan, flush head to name a few. 1964, 90 H.P. Johnson, electric shift, 30 gal. gas tank, 1964 heavy duty Murray tandem tilt trailer with stop and directional lights. Compare elsewhere, $3295.

ONLY $2895 COMPLETE 10 pct. down mo. KILLARNEY BOAT CENTER 8:30 to 7 Sun. 1-6 1234 W. Fairbanks MI 4-9985 Winter Park LARSON 75 Johnson electric, $64, like new, heavy trailer; outstanding rig, loaded with equipment, ready to go: $1895; terms.

See it 1785 Killarney MI 4-8458. David L. Lynn, Robert L. Taylor, Dr. William Robinson, Ralph Roser, E.

A. Cole, Edwin McKee, Julian R. Harvey, Matt Encinosa, the Rev. Ben Black, and all members of the Official Board of the Concord Methodist Church, Orlando. Fairchild Funeral Home, Lake Ivanhoe, in charge of arrangements.

HASEMANN, MRS. CATHERINE T. Rosary service for Mrs. Catherine T. Hasemann, 94, 1408 died Thursday Division Avenue, Orlando, who at her home, will be held Sunday evening at 7 p.m.

at the Fairchild Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral Mass will be celebrated Monday at 8 a.m. at St. James Catholic Church with Msgr. T.

Farrelly officiating. Interment will be in Woodlawn Memorial Park. Mrs. Hasemann was born in Franklin Square, Long Island, N. and moved to Orlando In 1922 from New Jersey.

She was a member of St. James Catholic Church, and the Gold Star Mothers of the American Legion Memorial Post No. 19, Orlando, Surviving are: sons: Conrad Hasemann, Walter Hasemann. Orlando; daughters: Mrs. Emma Orlando, Elizabeth Crabtree, Jacksonville, Mrs.

Agnes M. Brown, Orlando; 15 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren, great-greatgrandchildren. Fairchild Funeral Home, Lake Ivanhoe, in charge of arrangements. JENNINGS, MRS. RUTH ISABEL Funeral services for Mrs.

Ruth Isabel Jennings, 66, 757 Plaza Court, Orlando, who died Thursday at her home, will be held Saturday evening at 7 p.m. at the Fairchild Funeral Home Chapel, with The Rev. Canon Joseph Anastasi, officiating. Mrs. Jennings will then be forwarded to the Murray Funeral Home, W.

Roxbury, Massachusetts for further services and interment in the Wyoming Cemetery. Mrs. Jennings was born in Melrose, Massachusetts, and moved to Orlando in 1962 from Dorchester, Mass. She was member the Episcopal Church, Cathedral of St. Luke.

Surviving are husband, George Kingston Jennings; son, David Jennings; daughter, Mrs. LeRoy Adams, all of Orlando; brother, James Porteous, Poughkeepsie, N.Y Fairchild Funeral Home, Lake Ivanhoe, PFIRRMANN, MRS. FREEDA services for Mrs. Freeda F. Pfirrmann, 69, 511 Lake Shore Drive, St.

Cloud, who died Thursday, will be held Tuesday in Westfield, N. J. Interment will be Fairview Cemetery, Westfield with Grey's Funeral Home in charge. Siselstein, Fisk Journigan Funeral Home, St. Cloud is in charge of local arrangements.

SCARBORO, MR. CHARLIE ALVIN-. Funeral services for Mr. Charlie Alvin Scarboro, 70, Plant Street, Winter Garden, who died Thursday, will be held from Loomis Funeral Home Chapel at 2 p.m. Sunday with the Rev.

Thomas H. Hamilton officiating. Interment will be in Winter Garden Cemetery. Loomis Funeral Home, Winter Garden, is in charge. WEAVER, MRS.

CECILIA SHERIDAN Rosary service for Mrs. Cecilia Sheridan Weaver, 70, 1607 S. Eola Drive, Orlando, who died Thursday in a local hospital, will be held Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. at the Fairchild Funeral Home Chapel, Funeral Mass will be celebrated Monday at 10 a.m. at St.

James Catholic Church, with Msgr. T. J. Farrelly officiating. Interment will be in Woodlawn Memorial Park.

Mrs. Weaver was born in Macon, and moved to Orlando 29 years ago from Jacksonville. She was member of St. James Catholic Church. Surviving are: husband: George B.

Weaver, Orlando; son: George B. Weaver Jacksonville; sisters: Mrs. W. F. Allen Winter Park, Mrs.

J. P. McGoldrick, Macon, and Sister M. Nolasco, R.S.M., Nashville, Tenn. 6 Grandchildren.

Fairchild Funeral Home Lake Ivanhoe, in charge of arrangements. North Sea Oil Areas Added For Survey LONDON (P) The British government Friday threw open additional oil exploration areas in the North and Irish Seas and extended them to the English Channel. The ministry of power, inviting applications for new licenses, said the new areas covered 38,000 square miles. Last year the government opened up 86,000 square miles of North Sea. Of these only 32,000 were farmed out to the big international operators and a number of smaller firms engaged in the North Sea oil race.

Now altogether 90,000 square miles stand open for tenders by would-be prospectors. 32 BOATS, Motors Equipment SAIL BOAT-Windmill, dacron tilt trailer, $450, ph. SKEE CRAFT 17', inboard-outboard Volvo, fully equipped, trailer, excellent condition; ph. 855-3429. SKI RIG SALE 14' runabout, Mercury motor, trols, gas tank, trailer, $295.

13 ft. aluminum runabout, 25 h.p, electric Evinrude, controls, gas tank, $395, CLEMENTS BOAT CO. 1416 N. Mills; 841-4430 SABRE CRUISER 1964; fibregias, Mercury 85 HP extras, $800 and assume payments; ph. 293-5520.

SCOTT H.P., shift, tank plete, $45. Boat fibreglass by yard. Ph. 855-1122. Sabre 17' Deluxe top, bow rails, lounge seats, back and side curtains, 75 horsepower Evinrude motor electric, and Rocket tilt trailer.

Special, only $1,695. Universal Marine Sales, 5610 W. Colonial Drive, 295-2752. SPEED BOAT, 12', and trailer, $50 or best offer. Also pool table $50; ph.

CY 3-5030. EVERY '65 COBIA MUST GO LOOK AT THESE DOLLAR SAVING VALUES FOR FUN IN OUR FLORIDA With back to back seats, bow rail, heavy-duty 15' SPRINT trailer, 30 horsepower Evinrude. (A Free ski belt with this one) $735 With back to back seats, walk-thru wind16' TORNADO shield, heavy duty trailer, 35 horsepower electric Evinrude. (Free Fire Extinguisher goes with this) $866 17' HOLIDAY Deluxe with walk-thru windshield, single bucket seats, Rocket-tilt trailer, 75 horsepower electric Johnson. (Free Top with this one) $1288 17' DEEP.V 75 With bow horsepower rail, sleeper Evinrude seats, heavy-duty 1962 electramatic tilt trailer.

(Free 10 pound anchor goes with this beauty) $1495 17' SEA QUEEN With Johnson 1965 and 75 -duty horsepower tilt electramatic trailer We have 17' THROUGH 20' Deep- inboards and outboards, runabouts and cruisers at the same fantastic savings. Made by the most famous name in Florida COBIA. BOB'S BOATS MOTORS 5303 E. COLONIAL DRIVE "World's Largest Cobia Dealer" "Home of Johnson Sea Horse Motors" Down, 36 Months To Pay 5303 E. COLONIAL DRIVE 275-1320 BIKINI-CLAD LOVELIES TO SELL GAS LONDON (Reuters)-An independent gasoline firm will use bikini-clad beauties to bring out the tiger in passing motorists--and hopefully to bring in business.

Attractive saleswomen will be paid $280 a week to persuade service station owners of the quality of the product. If the owner falls for them, or it, the shock-troop bikini girls move in to offer passing motorists free gasoline for an hour on the first day of the changeover. Cecil Jackson, owner of European Petroleum, told reporters he would also offer regular 90-octane fuel at 10 cents a gallon less than the recommended price of the country's major gasoline suppliers. Requiem Mass For Brown Set Requiem Mass for Lt. Edward D.

Brown who was killed July 29 when his jet plane was shot down over Viet Nam, will be said at 11 a.m. Saturday from St. James Catholic Church in 1 Orlando and St. Gabriel Catholic Church in Charlotte, N. C.

Besides his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Brown who reside at 2721 Jamie Circle, Lt.

Brown is survived by his widow, Norma, Charlotte; sisters, Mrs. Calvin F. Cooke, Charlotte, and Kathleen and Lucille Brown, Orlando; brothers Jim, Dennis and John Pat Brown, all of Orlando, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G.

T. Brown, Spartanburg, S. and Mrs. Ellis Oakwood, Florence, Ariz. Firm Asks Delisting On American Board NEW YORK (P) A formal request for delisting has been filed with the American Stock Exchange by Wolverine Aluminum Corp.

It is not known how long will be before the Lincoln Park, firm's request is acted on by the exchange's governors. The request was made Thursday. Under securities regulations the company also must furnish reasons for its delisting, but has not done yet. The exchange said that even after the reasons have been received, there could be a delay under federal securities laws. Classified Dial GA 3-8511 10 Baby Sitters, Child Care ALTAMONTE-MAITLAND area, perienced child care, any age.

My home. Day, wk. 838-7796. COLLEGE PARK area. Child care by experienced mother.

Phone CY 3-5804. LAKE CANE- Martin area, mature Christian, child care, any age; hr. day, my home or yours nearby, air conditioning, reasonable, 855-6429. WILL CARE for young baby, days, my home, 328 East Jackson ph. GA 5-6532.

11 SPECIAL NOTICES ARTHRITIS Neuritis Sciatica, under or over weight? call Reger Health baths. 21 years In Orlando. Phone GA 2-6366 Rotten wood! At the edge of gravel topped roof? Rot Stop is guaranteed! Call Jim Considder, MI 4-3184. A REAL SWEDISH MASSAGE Mrs. Jess O'Brien, GA 2-1906.

AUTO LIABILITY, 10-20-5. $21.20 6 mo. to qualified Class 1 risk. Call agent. 422-0184 anytime.

CATHERINE PSYCHIC READINGS. By appointment only. Phone Winter Park 647-3847. NURSE has large room, twin beds, for 2 men or 2 women, $200 mo. Write box 432 S-Star.

WILL not be responsible for any debts incurred by anyone other than myself. Michael Gerald Schubert. NEED Winn Dixie right half half 70, 90, 100. 300, 700, left 40, 80. 800; will split.

277-6488. MARIE at Mid Fla, Massage. Mon. to Fri. Air conditinned.

1202 N. Mills. Call GA 4-8828. SWEDISH MASSAGE, steam, Sauna, sulfur, whirlpool baths. Colonics.

Call Elaine 423-9455. 12 LOST and FOUND LOST -Brand new red power mower, on Hwy. 441, Aug. 2nd. MI 7-0153.

Reward. LOST: Brief case, papers, in Orlando area, reward. Call collect John Marshall, Orange City, 775-2000. LOST: Pekingese-Terrier female, white and tan, no collar, Forest City Rd. area, 295-5749, 647-9066.

32 BOATS, Motors Equipment LONE STAR 14' aluminum; top, windshield, 45 H.P. electric Mercury, trailer; perfect; 647-5274. LONE STAR, Eldorado. aluminum cabin boat, 75 H.P. Evinrude, trailer.

Satellite Beach 262-6096. MERCURY '59 10 H.P. outboard motor, $35 or trade for good Western saddle. Ph. 275-1898.

MERCURY 800 outboard motor, Ride-Guide controls, 18 gal. cruise tank. Ph. 644-3648. MARINE TELEPHONES -A full line of new and used marine telephones, depth finders, gas detectors, direction finders.

Service and accessories at Mobile Marine Communication 293-4280. NEPTUNA houseboat, trailer with retractable wheels, full galley, water storage tank, gas. electric lights, head; stand rigid inspection; swap for smaller boat or sell for $1,750. Correct Craft Marina, Titusville. Or phone Titusville 269-0556.

PLASTIC WINDSHIELDS and panels, cut to order, any size, or shape. Kennedy Son Plastics, 593 Fairvilla Rd. 293-3880. RUNABOUT top, controls, 35 H.P, Evinrude motor, tilt-trailer all good condition. Only $350.

for quick sale. 605 Driver Winter Park. 32 BOATS, Motors Equipment: SAIL BOATS From $129. $10 down; fishing boats. Surf Sailor Boats, 12 mi E.

Orlando on Rt. 50. 568-2581. TRAILEX aluminum boat trailer, light weight, no rust, no paint, all sizes; we buy used motors; Parker Boat 2709 Orange 423-8811. CHRIS CRAFT YACHT, '51, sleeps 10, new engines, air conditioned, A-1 condition; price reduced, 647-6071.

1961 CHRIS-CRAFT Cavalier. May be seen at Sanford Boat Works, 185 H.P., V-8 engine. $3,250. Call days 838-5211; nites 838-8362. Orlando Boat Mart PLANS TO BREAK EVERY EXISTING SALES RECORD Count on it! We Mean Business HERE'S PROOF Like new Razorback, 14 ft.

all fiberglass funboat, complete-windshield, convertible top, steering, back-to-back seats, hardware, ski eyes, safety-D bottom and motor well. Powered by excellent Evinrude Big Twin fish and ski engine with all controls, cruise tank, plus Murray HD tilt trailer complete. Absolutely the cleanest used outfit anywhere. Compare elsewhere $695 to $795. NOW BOAT MART PRICED $499 COMPLETE $5 down 24 mo.

to pay Orlando Boat Mart Florida's Largest Marine Dealer 5380 Open E. daily Colonial 9-9, Dr. 275-0773 or 9-6 Out Of Business BUILDING SOLD, MUST SELL INVENTORY NEW AND USED Boats Motors Trailers Etc. (DEALERS INVITED) STOCK (EXAMPLES) Homelite Reg. $1,150 $695 Ritz Glass.

Reg. $1,295 $695 15' Cobia Boat. Reg. 595 15' Sport Craft. Reg.

650 $450 6H.P. Johnson. Reg. 280 $198 14' Glass Fisher Reg. 279 $198 USED RIGS (EXAMPLES) 40 Electric Aluminum Rig $595 35 Electric Glass Rig $595 USED MOTORS (40) 40 Evinrude ('64) $298 35 Electric Evinrude $150 30 Manual Johnson 98 25 Electric Johnson 98 16 Manual Johnson 35 SPECIALS Boat Cushions, CGA $1.98 Life Jackets, CGA $1.98 Ski Belts, Paddles .97 Motor Parts 50 Off List Complete Inventory To Be Sold Friday-Saturday-Sunday Lake County Marine 1407 N.

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