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Reed Son GRANDFATHER-FATHER-SON Funeral Director 34.10 HENDERSON BLVD. at DELEON Phone 877-8151 Tampa's Oldest Established 1898 Amarion keel. FUNERAL HOME Our 74th year TODAY'S THOUGHT By JACK G. YENT Father's Day questions for every one in the family. Is Dad "around the house" as often as he can be, or is he "around town" when he could or should be home? How often and for what length of time does he talk to play with his children? Do the children joyously anticipate such meetings or do they feel say "Dad spoils Does he arbitrarily feel the fact of fatherhood automatically entitles him to love, respect and obedience of his children? Does he make a conscious effort to help instill attitudes, qualities and traits he desires in his children or does he usually leave that task to mother? To what extent does he show qualities of integrity, morality, humor, compassion, patience and understanding? Is he more generous with material things than the giving of himself with love and Does he avoid tensions and hostilities in the home? Is he proud of his children? Are they proud of him? In our opinion, most Dads (by a large majority) measure up pretty well on this sort of score card.

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Hillsboro Sawyer Rd. 877-7524 877-7524 877-7524 Two Must Make Restitution In Bank Robbery BOSTON (P) Two Lowell men, one of them being married yesterday, have been ordered by a federal judge each to make restitution of $5,700 to a Framingham bank they held up April 3. U.S. District Court Judge Charles E. Wyzanski Jr.

imposed the sentences Friday upon George Gelinas, 24, the prospective bridegroom and John E. McAneney, 37. Neither man had a criminal record. Both pleaded guilty to charges of robbing Framingham Community National Bank. Judge Wyzanski placed both men on probation for five years, the maximum a federal court can impose, and ordered each to pay the bank $500 by next June, $1,200 by June 1974 and the $4,000 remainder in equal installments by 1977.

Gelinas and McAneney testified they had been drinking heavily on the morning of the robbery. Gelinas had recently been laid off his job and McAneney's girl friend had left him because "she'd found a man with an airplane." In sentencing the pair, Judge Wyzanski said, "Both seem to be people who acted absurdly and contrary to their prior history." Prison sentences would not reform them, the judge said "The chances are you would come out worse." 90-Year-Old Women Still Plays Golf HOLLY, Mich. (P) A 90- year-old Holly woman still plays golf once a week and loves the game after playing it for 50 years. Mrs. Grace Miner, who was 90 on Friday, shot a round of golf at Highland Hills Golf Club near Flint to celebrate her birthday.

A television crew gathered to monitor her performance and she told friends on the fairway, "I still don't know why everyone is making a fuss, I just want to play some golf." Her score for nine holes generally is in the 60s. Exchange Lists Broker Firms (c) New York Times News Service NEW YORK Small individual investors looking for help from brokers are now being accomodated by the New York Stock Exchange. The big board said that it had published a directory that lists alphabetically 392 member brokerage firms that handle individual accounts, giving their main office addresses. Listed in adjacent columns are each firm's minimum dollar requirements for opening cash and margin accounts, for the size of the order, and for the price per share of stock. The directory also contains a brief explanation of each of the four categories and how toread each column.

Copies of the directory can be obtained on written request from "Directory," New York Stock Exchange, P. 0. Box 1971, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y., 10019. Winner's Wife Is Wary Of Double-Cross MEDIA, Pa. (UPI) When George Manos won $1 million in the Pennsylvania lottery June 1, he sold his luncheonette, bought two new Cadillacs and announced he was taking his two sons on a visit to his native Greece.

But his ex-wife, Susan, suspicious that Manos might be leaving the United States for good, filed a suit seeking assurances that her naturalized husband would continue to pay $300 a week to support her and the couple's three children. al Blount FUNERAL HOMES SERVICES ACKER, WILLIAM (BILL) 10A Mon. Lutz Chapel HARRELL, ELLIS 2P Mon. Nebr. Chapel THE TAMPA TRIBUNE-TIMES, Sunday, June 18, 1972 11-B Death Notices ACKER William (Bill) Acker, 71, Lake Padgett Mobile Home Village, Lutz, died Thursday.

Funeral services will held Monday morning 10:00 o'clock from the Lutz Chapel of the F. T. Blount Company Funeral Home, with Dr. A. G.

Martin, retired minister, officiating. Pallbearers will be Norman K. Snook, Harold H. Roberts, Henry N. Davis, Orville E.

Swogger, Raymond Smith, Melvin H. Burt. Interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Mr. Acker was a Protestant, member of Wood, Wire, and Metal Lathers International Union, Takoma Park, and he was assistant manager of Lake Padgett Mobile Home Village.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Sarah M. Acker, daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Warren, brother, Irving Acker. ACKERMANN Funeral for Alfred J.

Ackermann, 82, 402 W. Bird Street, Florida Deaths Hillsborough ACKER, William (Bill), 71, Lake Padgett Mobile Home Village, Lutz, June 15 ACKERMANN, Alfred 1701 E. Bird June 16 BELL, Mrs. Burton 70, Sarasota BIRT, Raymond 56, 2602 W. Henry St.

CARROLL, William 54, Tampa, June 16 DIAZ, Daniel Anthony, 26, 3207 Cherry St. FERNANDEZ, Alvaro, 89, 2709 10th St. FUTCH, Daniel Dow, 42, Joe Sanchez Plant City, June 15 GARCIA, Manuel Marina, 84, 2115 St. John St. HARRELL, Ellis, 15, 10913 22nd June 16 KIRBY, Mrs.

Lulu 75, 306 W. Kentucky LAHIFF, Mrs. Catherine 79, 3318 W. Caracas St. NICOLETTO, Angela 3 4906 Timberlan, Tampa, June 16 WITHERELL, Mrs.

Arentina 54, 3006 Tampa Bay Blvd. Elsewhere AHLERS, Mrs. Dorothy Mann, 62, Bradenton ALDERMAN, Hiram 53. Englewood, June 15 BRATE, Melville 68, Hamilton, Ohio. BRYANT, Ora Teeples, Bolling Green COVILLE, Lula 90, 414 6th St.

Zephyrhills, Fl. June 16 DOUGHTIE, First Lieutenant Ronald 26, Pennsylvania EVANS, W. Frank, 69, Sarasota GRANTHAM, John 65, Lake Hamilton, June 17 GROOVER, Mrs. Ella 78, Sarasota, June 16 HARNEY, William 76, Venice, June 15 JENNINGS, Dove Green, 73, Mt. Dora, June 17 LAWTON, Mrs.

Katherine 84, Sarasota, June 16 PATNALES, Theodore, 83, Bradenton QUELETTE, Charles, 81, Englewood, June 1 16 SHEA, Mrs. Dorotha 69, Sarasota. SMITH, Mrs. Marie 74, Bartow, June 17 SMITH, William E. 47, Sarasota, June 15 SPRINGS, Mrs.

Jeanne, 67, Englewood, June 16 TARWATER, Mrs. Clara Coleman, 67, Wildwood, June 16 TAYLOR, George Culbert (Cub), 63, Lakeland, June 17 VIVIER, Norman 74, Sarasota, June 16 will be conducted Monday, 2:00 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Memorial Chapel, 4730 N. Armenia Rev. Ralph E. Branum of Wellswood Baptist Church officiating.

Interment Sunset Memory Gardens. Pallbearers, Harry Kruck, Mike Kruck, Donald Kruck, Robert Ackermann, Mike May and Rene Pulido. Visitation Sunday at the funeral home from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. BELL Funeral services for Mrs.

Burton C. Bell, 70, of 1701 E. Bird Street, who passed away Friday, will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Graveside in Garden of Memories, with Rev. R. E.

Ackenhusen, pastor of Forest Hills United Methodist Church, officiating. Mrs. Bell is survived by her husband, Artice Bell; one son, Milton Baxter; and one brother, Charles W. Cheshire, all of Tampa. Arrangements in charge of Bowe's Funeral Home, 3023 Busch Blvd.

BIRT, SR. Funeral services for Raymond Birt, 56, 2602 W. Henry Street, will be conducted Monday at 11:00 o'clock from Wilson Sammon Memorial Chapel, 4730 N. Armenia Rev. Fr.

Herbert S. Bicknell of St. Chad EpisChurch officiating. Interment Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers, Lloyd Dyal, Joe Tripolino, Jack Seed, Bill Molley, Frank Scaglione and Joe Dempsey, Jr.

Visitation Sunday at the funeral home from 7:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. BRATE Melville T. Brate, who was born August 19, 1904, in Donton, Ohio, passed away June 14, 1972 in Hamilton, Ohio. He is survived by his wife, Tillie; his mother, Inez Morse, of Tampa, Florida; and son Robert Brate, of Lutz, Florida, son Norman Brate, of Blommington, Minnesota; and daughter, Mr.

Betty Ernstsen, of Hibbing, Minn. Five grandchildren and one great grand child. The funeral will be held from the Mesaba Funeral Chapel, Hibbing, Minn. Tuesday, June 20, at 1:00 p.m. and he will be buried in the Bearville Cemetery at Bear Riber, Minn.

BRYANT Funeral services for Ora Teeples Bryant, widow of Otis 3 L. Bryant, will be Monday, June 19, at 3:30 p.m. at the United Methodist Church in Bowling Green, with burial in Bowling Green Cemetery. Mrs. Bryant was a resident of the College Hill community near Bowling Green, a member of Bowling Green United Methodist Church, and is survived by two daughters, Mrs.

Charles Williams, Tampa, Mrs. George F. Brown, Bowling Green; two sons, James Mahlon Bryant, Brandon, and Minor L. Bryant, Bowling Green; 13 grandchildren. co*ker's Funeral Home, Wachula, in charge of arrangements.

CARROLL Funeral services for Mr. William R. Carroll 54, of 1506 Wishing Well Way, Tampa will be held Monday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. from the Stowers chapel with Reverend Carl Eveland officiating. Interment will follow in Hillsborough Memorial Gardens.

The family will receive friends at the funeral home this evening from 7 'til 8 p.m. Arrangements by Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon. DIAZ Funeral services for Mr. Daniel Anthony Diaz, 26, of 3207 Cherry will be held Tuesday at 4 p.m. from the A.

P. Boza Riverside Chapel (3809 N. Armenia with interment in a local cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Geraldine Diaz, his parents Mr.

and Mrs. Louis Diaz, three children Tamila, Michael and Daniel Diaz and a brother Idelfonso Diaz. The family will receive friends Monday 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the chapel.

DOUGHTIE Funeral services for First Lieutenant Ronald E. Doughtie, 26, former Tampan, who was killed in action last week while piloting a helicopter, carrying John Paul Vann, senior adviser for the United States in Vietnam, will be held at Donohue Funeral Home, Upper Darby, Monday, June 19, 10 AM. Survivors include his widow, Kathleen; 2 daughters, Kimberly and Kelley; parents, Lt. Col. Ret.

and Mrs. John A. Doughtie; 1 brother, John Jr. of Tampa and 1 sister, Mrs. Barbara Wienand, San Antonio, Texas.

The family requests in lieu of flowers, those who wish may make contributions to the American Heart Fund or Leukemia Fund. FERNANDEZ Funeral services for Mr. Alvaro Fernandez, 89, of 2709 10th St. will be held Monday at 4 p.m. from the A.

P. Boza Riverside Chapel (3809 N. Armanie Ave.) with entombment in Centro Austuriano. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Marie Garcia and Mrs.

Oliva Morera, of Tampa, three sons, Alvaro and Jose Maria Fernandez of Tampa and Sancho Fernandez 0 of Marietta, a brother Manuel Fernandez of Spain, fourteen grandchildren, seven great grandchildren. A native of Grado (Asturias), Spain, he was one of the oldest living members of the Centro Asturiano Club, a resident of Tampa since 1904. Pallbearers: Alvaro, Jose Maria, and Sancho Fernandez, Gerardo Morera, Daniel I. Garcia and Fernando Fernandez. Honorary: Raymond, Edward, and John Fernandez, David Garcia, Raymond, Francisco and Louis Lopez, Anthony Noto, Manuel and Benigno Alvarez, Jose and Maurio Torres and all Board of Directors of the Centro Asturiano Club and Hospital.

The family will receive friends Sunday 8-9 p.m. at the chapel. Please omit flowers in lieu of send contributions to the Centro Asturiano Building Fund. FUTCH Funeral services for Daniel Dow Futch, 42, of the Joe Sanchez Plant City, who passed away Thursday will be held Monday, June 1 19, 1972 at 10:30 a.m. from the Westside Baptist Church with the Reverend James Smith officiating, interment will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery.

Pallbearers are asked to please meet at the church at 10:15 a.m. Mr. Futch was a native and lifelong resident of the Plant City area, a member of the Westside Baptist Church and Veteran of World War II. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Marlene Futch, Plant City; two sons, Daniel Glen Futch and Gary J.

Futch, both plant City; four sisters, Mrs. Frances Smith and Miss Ramona Futch, both of Winter Haven, Mrs. Carolyn R. Cribbs of Seffner and Mrs. Evelyn A.

Wold of Trinidad; three brothers, W. M. Futch, Plant City, Robert W. Futch of Beaufort, S.C. and Raymond S.

Futch of Orlando. Memorial Funeral Home, Plant City, Fla. in charge of arrangements. GARCIA A Funeral Mass for the Re- pose of the Soul of Mr. Manuel Marina Garcia age 84 of 2115 St.

John St. will be held Monday morning at 10 A.M. from the St. Joseph Catholic Church with interment to follow in Colon Cemetery. Mr.

Garcia was a resident of Tampa for over 50 years and lived in Miami for the last 10 years. Survivors include: daughter, Mrs. Justo Gonzalez, son: Mr. Jack Gilbert Marinas of 1920 W. Cluster.

Grandchildren: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gonzalez, Ronald Gonzalez and W. A. Marinas, and great grandchildren: Michael and Lynn Gonzalez, W.

S. Marinas, Jr. and Janis Lynn Marinas. Pallbearers include: Richard and Ronald Gonzalez, Jack G. Marinas, Justo Gonzalez, Justo Rodriguez and Enriquez Garcia.

The family will receive friends Sunday evening from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. and a rosary will be recited at 6:30 p.m. at the Riverside Chapel. HARRELL Ellis Harrell, 15 10913 22nd Street, Tampa, passed away Friday.

Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the chapel of the F. T. Blount Co. Funeral Home, Rev. Joe Sciame, pastor Northeast Baptist Church, officiating.

A Active members of Pirates pallbearers are of Team Sulphur Springs Little League. Honorary bearers are members of his Sunday School Class from Northeast Baptist Church. Interment in Sunset Memory Gardens. Family will receive friends at the funeral home from 7:00 until 9:00 o'clock Sunday evening. Survivors include his parents, Mr.

and Mrs. Edward Harrell, sister, Miss Evelyn Harrell. Ellis was a member of Northeast Baptist Church, Pirates Team of Sul- phur Springs Little League, he had just graduated from Van Buren Jr. High School, and had just been awarded the sportsmanship award for the Pirate Little League Team. He was a native of Tampa.

KIRBY Funeral for Mrs. Lulu M. Kirby, 75, 306 W. Kentucky will be conducted Tuesday, 3:00 o'clock from Riverside Baptist Church, 2923 Tampa Street, Rev. Otis C.

Strickler, Minister of Education of Riverside Baptist Church to officiate. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. The family request to please omit flowers and make donations to Riverside Baptist Church Memorial Fund. Survivors, one son, M. Dean Kirby, Tampa, one daughter, Mrs.

Marjorie Funley, Tampa, one brother, James Smith, S. Carolina, two sisters, Mrs. Hattie Dantzler, S. Carolina, Mrs. Hooxle Sprawls, S.

Carolina, four grand-children, J. D. Kirby, James A. Berg, Debbie Hoover and Dona Derriso, two great grand-children, Priscilla Hoover and Diana Berg. Mrs.

Kirby was a member of Riverside Baptist Church, The Golden Age Club and Clearfield Garden Club. Pallbearers, James Berg, Frank Bunting, Leland Nelson, Humbert Guiterrez, Jimmy Waye and J. D. Kirby, Arrangement by Wilson Sammon Company Funeral Home. LAHIFF The Remains of Mrs.

Catherine V. Lahiff, 79, 3318 W. Caracas Street, will be sent to Conway Funeral Home, Long Island, New York, Sunday by Wilson Sammon Funeral Home, 4730 N. Armenia for funeral services and interment. NICOLETTO Jehovah's Witness funeral services for Angela D.

Nicoletto 3 months 4906 Timber Lan St, will be held Monday at 11:00. Graveside at the Garden of Memories Cemetery. Mr. Wesley Bain will officiate. Survivors include the parents, Gregory Nicoletto, Mary Lou Nicoletto a sister Michelle.

Grandparents Mr. Mrs. Pete Nicoletto, and Mr. Mrs. Howard Fields.

Visitation will be Sunday 12 to 9 p.m. Arrangements by Swilley Funeral Home 1602 W. Waters Tampa. SMITH Mrs. Marie P.

Smith, 74, passed away Bartow Memorial Hospital Saturday morning, of 320 Edgewood Bartow, a native of Wheeler, a resident of Bartow since 1944 moving here from Alamo, Ga. She was a member of the First Baptist Church. She is survived by four sons, Beverly, Milton, Fred, all of Bartow, Douglas of Alturas; two daughters, Mrs. Alma Sellers and Mrs. Reba Allen, both of Bartow; one sister, Mrs.

Louise White of Alamo, Ga; 12 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Monday at 10 o'clock from the First Baptist church with Rev. Norman S. Deaton and Dr. J.

Harvey Saunders officiating. Interment will follow in Bartow Wildwood Cemetery with Whidden Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. TARWATER Mrs. Clara Coleman Tar- water, 67, of Wildwood, died Friday following a short illness. She was born in Hillsborough County and had lived in the Bushnell-Wildwood area for many years, and she was the wife of the late Bill Coleman who served as sheriff of Sumter County for 16 years.

She was a member of Wildwood Methodist Church. Survivors include the husband, Sam Tarwater, Wildwood; her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Ricketson, Bushnell; two sons, Rev. Richard Coleman, Leesburg, Col. Coleman, Washington, D.C.; two sisters, Mrs.

Christine Dunn, San Angelo, Texas, Mrs. Hazel Savell, Ridge Manor; and five grandchildren. Funeral. services will be held Monday- at 2:00 p.m. at the Bushnell Methodist Church, with the Rev.

Robert Hornback -officiating. Interment will be in Evergreen Cemetery, Bushnell. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the American Cancer Society in Bushnell. Page-Theus Funeral Home, Leesburg, in charge of arrangements. TAYLOR Funeral services for George Culbert (Cub) Taylor, age 63, of Rt.

8, Lakeland, who died Saturday morning after a sudden illness, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 O'clock at the chapel of A.M. Seigler Funeral Home, with Rev. Harold Berky officiating. Interment will follow in Willow Oak Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday evening and Monday evening.

He is survived by his wife Thelma; two sons Donald D. and William one daughter, Mrs. J. Maxine Geohagan, Lakeland; four brothers, Jess, Dillard, Curtiss, and Marvin; also, four grandchildren. He employed by I.M.C.C.

and made his home in this area for the past 37 years. WITHERELL Funeral services for. Mrs. Argentina F. Witherell, age 54, of 3006 Tampa Bay will be held Monday at 1 p.m.

from the A. P. Boza Riverside Chapel (3809 N. Armenia Ave.) with interment to follow in Centro Asturiano Memorial, Park. Survived by her husband, John E.

Witherell; father, Angel Fernandez; two. sisters, Mrs. Luz Rodriguez and Mrs. Margaret Otero, both of Tampa; and a brother, Angel Fernandez Jr. Pallbearers include Romero Rodriguez Romero Rodriguez Charles Otero Charles Otero Kennith Otero and Richard Fernandez.

The family will receive. friends Sunday afternoon from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. and a- Rosary will be recited at 4:30 p.m. at the Riverside Chapel.

CARD OF THANKS Card of Thanks The family of Marcelina Oliva wish thank all their friends for their deep concern and the comfort given to them during the recent loss of their loved one. Mrs. Oliva and Family, IN MEMORIAM In memory of John Randall Sanchez, who passed away Jan 23, 1972. Your gentle face patient smile with sadness we recall You had a kindly word for each and died believed by all You are not forgotten loved one Nor will you ever be as long as life memory last, We will remember thee! No one will ever fill your vacant place. Grandpa Grandma Mr.

Mrs. George Mason On your 12th Birthday. IN MEMORIAM IN Memoriam In loving memory of Carl G. Thompson who passed away 1 year ago today. More and more each day we miss you.

Friends may think the wound is healed but they little know the sorrow that lies within our hearts concealed. By -your wife, children grandchildren. IN MEMORIAM In memoriam of Joseph W. Walker Sr. To our Dad in the month of your departure from us have been years seeming an eternity, but since it was the will of God, we will always think of you, for you were always good, kind and loving to your family.

We will always have you in our hearts. Wife and children CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank everyone for the floral offerings, cards and food, during the loss of our beloved one Mercedes Valdespino. IN MEMORIAM OF JOSEPH W. WALKER On the fifth day three months ago you departed from us by the will of God, and even though it has been just a few days it seems to us an eternity, and especially today on Father's Day, we miss you more than ever because it was always on this marked day that you always showed your love and devotion to your father. May God' always look over you.

Your father: Clement W. Walker.

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