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Internal Bleeding Spreads Through Kasperak's Body STANFORD, Calif. (P) Mike Kasperak's condition continued "extremely critical" yesterday as internal bleeding spread throughout body. He received more than 20 pints of blood in transfusions since undergoing surgery Friday. A bulletin from the Stanford Medical Center said doctors suspect that Kasperak, who has lived with a transplanted heart since Jan. 6, "may be developing an cverwhelming blood infection." "The patient is receiving continuous transfusions of blood and plasma and massive doses of antibiotics and steroids," the bulletin said.

He was semiconscious. His breathing was aided by a respirator and an artificial kidney was being used. Despite his critical condition and the continuing blood Funeral Notices Mrs. Annie Amant, 73, of AMANT, MRS. ANNIE, MARIE ST.

5813 15th Street, passed away Friday night. A Requiem Mass for the repose of her soul will be offered from the Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church Monday morning at 10:00 o'clock, by the Rev. Fr. John F. Lima, MM, pastor of St.

Paul's Catholic Church. Mrs. Amant's grandsons serve as pallbearers. Interment will in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Rosary services will be held Sunday night at 8:00 o'clock from the Chapel of the F.

T. BLOUNT COMPANY Funeral Home, 5101 Nebraska ANDERSON, CONRAD services for Mr. Conrad M. Anderson, 79, of 4513 N. Habana, will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at JENNINGS FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL, 6900 NEBRASKA AVE.

AT SLIGH. The Rev. William G. Moeser, pastor of Lutheran Church of Our Saviour, will officiate. Interment will take place in Park Ridge, Illinois.

BARROW, HIRS. JOYCE L. Funeral services Joyce L. Barrow, of 5009 Palm River will be 'held at the Stowers Chapel. Time and date will be announced at a later date.

Arrangements by STOWERS FUNERAL BRANDON. BLOOMHALL, MRS. MARIANNE COREY-Mrs. Marianne Corey Bloomhall, 46, of Sarasota, and Cedar Rapids, Iowa, passed away Friday in Sarasota. The remains will be sent Monday morning to the John B.

Turner Son Funeral Home, 800 2nd Cedar Rapids, Iowa for services, with interment in the Cedar Memorial Cemetery. Local arrangements, under the direction of the Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Ave. COLBURN, CPL. DENVER D. (DENNY) -Full military services for Cpt.

Denver D. (Denny) Colburn, 26, a resident of Brooksville, Florida who was killed in Vietnam January 8, 1968 will be 2 p.m. Monday in the Brooksville cemetery conducted by the Marine Officer Reserve Unit of Tampa. Rev. Claude Chewning and Rev.

James E. Ulmer will officiate at funeral service. John W. Turner Home for Funerals, Brooksville, Fla, in charge of arrangements. ERTZBERGER, D.

services for D. T. Ertzberger will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 23, at 3:30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Wauchula, with Rev.

M. Felts Dent, Jr. and Rev. Harrison Conley officiating; burial will be in Wauchula cemetery with members of his Sunday school class and deacons serving as honorary pallbearers. Mr.

Ertzberger was a veteran of World War 1, a deacon of the First Baptist Church and was in charge of the church parking lot on Main Street and Highway No. 1. co*ker's Funeral Home. FUENTES, MISS DOLORES Funeral services for Miss Dolores Fuentes, 69, of 3506 Avon, will be held Monday morning at 10 o'clock from the COLONIAL CHAPEL. Lord Fernandez Funeral Home, 3716 E.

Lake Ave. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery, THE FAMILY WILL BE AT 3801 16th Street. THE FAMILY REQUESTS THAT FLOWERS PLEASE BE OMITTED. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Valentina Fuentes de Crego, Cuba and Mrs.

Amada Fuentes de Porrua, Venezuela and one brother, Victor R. Fuentes, Tampa, FUSSELL, ROSCOE T. Funeral servA of ices 1211 for Mr. Lakeside Roscoe Drive, T. Fussell Brandon, 59, will be held Monday afternoon at 2:30 p.m.

at the Stowers Chapel with Rev. George M. Doyle officiating. Interment will follow in Hillsboro Memorial Gardens with Masonic services conducted by John Darling Lodge No. 154.

F. A. M. and Memorial Lodge No. 20 A.

M. Active pallbearers are Bill Mayo, Bob White, Gummersindo Mayor, Walter Boone, Buford Merritt, and E. G. McCullars. Honorary pallbearers are D.

Hoyt Woodberry, W. L. Van Dyke, Roy Williams, Garrett Mynatt, Jim Veasey, W. J. Strait, Lem Bell.

Clyde Bogue, Willie Boyette. members of the sales force and vending department and all other employees of Eli Witt Cigar Co. The family will receive friends at the funeral home this evening from 7:00 p.m. til 8:00 p.m. Arrangements by STOWERS FUNERAL HOME, BRANDON.

GASKIN, FRANKLIN Funeral services for Franklin G. Gaskin, 75, resident of 3206 25th who passed away Wednesday at a Tampa hospital, will be conducted Tuesday morning at 11:00 o'clock at the WILSON SAMMON MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 4730 N. Armenia the Rev. John C. Finkel to officiate.

Intermnt in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Pallbearers, H. herd, E. M. Taylor, W.

W. Harvey, John E. Connatser, Cecil Reneau and I. E. (Bert) Jones.

HANSON, MRS. LILLIAN Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian Hanson. 74, will be held Sunday Jan. 21 in Pleasant Hill Baptist Church at 3 p.m.

A member of the Church of Christ. she is survived by 3 children, William D. Wilson, Bushnell, Arthur W. Wilson, Branford and Mrs. R.

R. Rogers, Clermont, a stepson, Minnish Hanson, Bushnell, 7 grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Fannie Smith, Bushnell. Arrangements are under the direction of Purcell Funeral Home, Bushnell. HOBSON, WIER The remains of Mr.

Wier Hobson, 68, of Elkhart. Indiana were sent last evening to the Walley-Mills-Zimmerman Funeral Home, Elkhart, Ind. for services and interment. Local arrangements are by the JENNINGS FUNERAL, HOME, 6900 Nebraska Avenue at Sligh. JACKSON, MRS.

ANNIE E. Funeral services for Mrs. Annie E. Jackson, 75, of 10704 N. Seminole will be conducted Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the Northside Chapel, Duval Funeral Home, 10520 Florida with Rev.

Harold W. Warner. Baptist Evangelist, to officiate. Active pallbearers will be Larry Howell, Earl Howell. Fred Bodden, Colvert Kirkconnel, Selby Thompson and Baldwin Jackson.

Honorary bearers: Rayburn Jones, Clayton Caruthers. Interment will be in the Garden of Memories. KEYSER, MRS. NELLIE Mrs. Nellie Keyser, 64, of 820 52nd Bradenton, passed away Friday evening at a Bradenton Hospital.

The remains will be sent this evening to the Gramer Funeral Home, 705 N. Main Clawson, for services with interment in the White Chapel Cemetery. Local arrangements under the direction of the Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Ave. MARTIN, MRS. MARTHA HELENAMrs.

Martha Helena Martin, 72, of 4014 North Howard Avenue, Apartment 103, passed away Friday night. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the Chapel of the F.T. BLOUNT COMPANY Funeral Home, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, with the Rev. Martin Vogelsang, pastor of the Lutheran Church of St. Paul, officiating.

Interment will be in Myrtle Hill Cemetery. The family will be at the Funeral Home Sunday and Monday evenings from 7:00 until 9:00. MOCK, FRANK D. Funeral services for Frank D. Mock, 34, a resident of Rt.

1 Haines City who passed away Friday will be held Monday at 10:30 a.m. from the Whidden Funeral Home in Bartow with Rev. Dr. J. Harvey Saunders officiating.

Interment will follow in Bartow Wildwood Cemetery. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, those who desire, may make contribution to Florida SherIffs Boys Ranch care of Sheriff Monroe Brannen, Bartow, Fla. THE TAMPA TRIBUNE-TIMES, Sunday, Jan. 21, 1968 15-A Deaths in Tampa and Other West Coast Communities transfusions, his doctors said that his transplanted heart "continues to respond normally." Kasperak underwent his third major surgery Friday in less than a week. After his latest operation his physicians expressed concern about the possibility of "infectious influences" attacking the weakened system of the world's fourth heart transplant patient.

In South Africa, Dr. Philip Blaiherg yesterday morning reached another milestone in his life with another man's heart. He became the longest survivor of a heart transplant operation. In his 19th day with the heart of Clive Haupt, who died of a brain hemorrhage, the retired South African dentist had lost his preoperative feebleness and gray pallor. Flying Wheel Rim Kills Woman Driver A hurtling truck rim crashed through the windshield of a Tampa woman's car yesterday and virtually decapitated her on Malcolm McKinney Drive, south of Linebaugh Avenue.

Henrietta Ellis Higgins, 45, 1809 21st a Negro, was killed when a lock rim from a truck whose tire went flat crashed through the windshield of her car, hitting her in the head. The victim was driving south on Malcolm McKinney, police said, when the inside left tire of a dual rear wheel truck, going in the opposite direction and driven by Tommy Snyder, 1514 Tilsen Drive, blew out. Police said the lock rim came loose and hurtled through the car's windshield. Funeral Notices MONGIOVI, JOSEPH Funeral services for Chestnut Mr. Joseph will be Mongiovi, held 81, Monday of 2314 4 p.m.

from the A. P. Boza RIVERSIDE CHAPEL (3809 N. Armenia with interment in L'Unione Italiana Cemetery. Survivors include his wire, Mrs.

Teresa Mingiovi; two sons, Dick and Frank Mongiovi: three sisters, Mrs. Mrs. Katie Rose Valls, Mrs. Marie eight Mongiovi and Sierra: grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Pallbearers: Frank, Dick, Nelson, Richard and Ronnie Mongiovi and Onelio Ochoa.

The family will be at the Chapel on Sunday from 6 to 7 p.m. and a Rosary will be recited at 6:30 p.m. PLEASE OMIT FLOWERS. OVERSTREET. OLIVER OTTO Mr.

Oliver Otto Overstreet, 72, of 3415 51st Street, passed away Friday morning. Funeral services held Monday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the Chapel of the F. T. BLOUNT COMPANY Funeral Home, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, with the Rev. Neims, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Temple Heights, officiating.

Active pallbearers will be Robert L. Ford, Millard Crunk, David A. Riggs. Daniel T. Hale, Robert Burns, and Jessie Strickland.

Honorary bearers will be Rev. Ray Linsey, Lee Howwill be in Garden of Memories croft. and J. T. Anderson.

Interment tery. REBSTON, GEORGE ALBERT Mr. of George Albert 21st Avenue, passed morning. A repose of his Tuesday morning the Most Holy 2316 East Seventh Rev. Fr.

John pastor. Mr. serve as pallbearers. in Myrtle Hill ices will be held 8:00 o'clock from F. T.

BLOUNT Home, 5101 Nebraska ROBERTS, MRS. services for Mrs. 74, of Rt. 1, Box held Monday at the Keystone with the pastor, officiating. Interment Keystone Cemetery.

the JENNINGS Nebraska Avenue evening, from 6 to RODRIGUEZ. MRS. eral services for riguez, 75. 3104 N. of Tampa for 69 away at her noon, will be held at 9:30 a.m.

at Church, at which will be offered for Soul by Rev. Fr. Recitation of the at 8:00 P.M. at HOME, 4040 Henderson ers will be Manuel J. Cimino, Manuel Bernard J.

Cimino Louis Sanchez. in Centro Asturiano SCHULTHEIS, MRS. Lillian F. Schultheis, Fla. who passed evening, will be noon to the Tutle -W Jersey for interment in the tery, Mrs.

Schultheis for the visitation MARION REED Home. 11301 N. o'clock today until Monday afternoon. SELPIT, JAMES services for James age 52, of Lake suddenly Friday 3:00, Monday Methodist Church Rev. Walter Cross Dinkins officiating.

at the Silver Hill proof with Masonic side. Friends may Chapel in Frostproof 9:00 p.m. on a.m. till noon on son Funeral Home charge of arrangements. SOWARD, MICHAEL tion of friends for ard.

21, of 6407 N. be held this until 9 o'clock NINGS FUNERAL 6900 NEBRASKA neral services will Sarasota, Hawkins Funeral terment will follow Park. THAYER, MISS Rebston, 83, 4317 away Saturday Requiem Mass for the soul will be offered at 10:00 o'clock from Name Catholic Church, Avenue, by the Solomon, C.Ss.R., Rebston's nephews will Interment will be Cemetery. Rosary servMonday evening at the Chapel of the COMPANY Funeral Avenue. GRACE W.

Funeral Grace W. Roberts, 246. Odessa, will be afternoon at 2:00 p.m. Methodist Church, Rev. Larry Hennize, will follow in the Friends may call at FUNERAL HOME.

6900 at Sligh, Sunday 9 p.m. HERMINIA-FunMrs. Herminia RodRome resident years, who passed residence Friday afterMonday morning Sacred Heart Catholic time a Requiem Mass the repose of her Norman Rogge S.J. Rosary will be tonight MARSICANO FUNERAL Blvd. PallbearRodriguez, Bernard J.

Rodriguez Joe Prado and Interment will follow Cemetery. LILLIAN F. Mrs. 78, of 12420 N. away late Friday sent Monday afterFuneral Home, Dover, funeral services and Stanhope Union Cemewill lie in repose of friends at the B.

NORTHSIDE Funeral Fla. Ave. from 12:00 1:00 o'clock p.m. FELDER. SR.

Funeral Felder Selph, Reedy who died night, will be held at afternoon in the First of Frostproof with and Rev. E. L. Interment will be Cemetery in Frostservices at gravecall at the Nelson from 3:00 till Sunday and from 9:00 Monday. Marion Nelof Frostproof in DAVID -A visitaMichael David SowBlossom will afternoon from 1 o'clock this evening at HOME CHAPEL, AVE.

AT SLIGH. Fuhe held Tuesday at under the direction of Home, Sarasota. Inin Palms Memorial NORMA L. Miss Norma L. Thayer, of 105 West Elm, passed away Thursday night.

Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock from the Chapel of the T. BLOUNT COMPANY FUNERAL HOME, 5101 Nebraska Avenue, with Dr. J. Earl Tharp, pastor of the New Orleans Baptist Church, officiating. Pallbearers will be Dennis D.

Fusilier, Henry Hevia, James Robertson, Norbert Noble, Tommy Spicola, III, Laddie Aikens, and Pete Weeks. Interment will be in Garden of Memories Cemtery. TURNER, JUDSON C. Mr. Judson C.

Turner, 68, of Hale Road, Land O'. Lakes, passed away Saturday morning. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the F. T. BLOUNT COMPANY Funeral Home LUTZ CHAPEL, with the Rev.

Robert F. Wudtke, pastor of the Land O'Lakes Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in the Land O'Lakes Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Charles Snider, Edward Foster, Charles Howard, August Vaght, Joseph Oppedisano, and Robert Heiler. MISS DOLORES FUENTES Miss Dolores Fuentes, 69, 3506 Avon, died Saturday.

A native of Cuba, she lived in Tampa for three years. She is survived by sisters, Valentina Fuentes de Crego, Cuba, and Mrs. Amada Fuentes de Porrua, Venezuela; and a brother, Victor R. Fuentes, Tampa. MRS.

LILLY FISHER Mrs. Lilly Ruth Fisher, 52, 5801 N. MacDill died Friday. A native of Baker County, she lived in Tampa since 1952. She was a member of the West Hillsborough Baptist Church.

Survivors include her husband, Furddie Fisher, sisters, Mrs. Ethel Beyer, Eugene, brothers, Rayford Gordon and. Charlie Duke, Bainbridge, Ga. ALTON H. CARTER Alton H.

Carter, 56, 8412 N. Packwood died Saturday. A native of Texas, he had lived 1 in Tampa 17 years. He was a Baptist and a retired ironworker. Survivors include his wife, Mrs.

Ruth C. Carter; sister, Kitty Pang, West Palm Beach; half sisters, Mrs. Maude Gregg and Mrs. Cecile Smith, Punta Gorda. MRS.

ANNA ST. AMANT Mrs. Anna Marie St. Amant, 73, 5813 15th died Friday. A native of Calumet, she had lived in Tampa most of her life.

Survivors include her husband, Edward St. Amant; three daughters, Mrs. Rosalie GaroLincoln Park, Mrs. Mary F. Wilson, Tampa, and Mrs.

Edith Ann Schrader, Madi-, son, Ohio; five sons, Charles Lawrence Jack Robert and Alford M. St. Amant, Tampa; a sister, Mrs. Francis N. Hutchinson, Tampa, and two brothers, William and Morris A.

Newman, Tampa. MRS. NELLIE SINGELLTON Mrs. Nellie P. Singellton, 70, 510 N.

died Friday at the Lykes Memorial Hospital. She was a resident of Brooksville 13 years, coming from Columbus, Ohio. She was a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Survivors include her husband, John Singellton; three daughters, Mrs. Caroline Roberson of Sciotaville, Ohio, Mrs.

Martha Ridout of Mechanicsburg, Ohio, Mrs. Virginia Shock of Columbus, Ohio; three brothers, L. C. Davis of Ft. Smith, David Davis and Melvin Davis of Columbus, Ohio; two sisters Mrs.

Lola Lyons of Urbana, Ohio, and Mrs. Elizabeth Coffee of Ft. Myers. JOSEPH M. AUSTING Joseph M.

Austing, 87, 8112 Klondyke, died Saturday, A native of Kentucky, he had lived in Tampa 13 years. He was a member of the Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Charlotte Austing; three sons, Ralph Austin Washington, Ohio, Clarence Austing, Tampa, and Richard Austing, Cincinnati, a daughter, Mrs. Catherine Koehler, Harrison, Ohio.

MRS. L. F. SCHULTHEIS Mrs. Lillian F.

Schultheis, 78, 12420 N. Florida died yesterday in a Tampa hospital. A native of Stanhope, N.J., and a former resident of Dover, she had lived in Tampa for two months. Mrs. Schultheis was a member of this Order of Funeral Notices TURNER.

MRS. MARION E. Fuservices for Mrs. Marion Turner, 89, of 820 So. Orleans Ave: nue, will be held Tuesday morning at ten-thirty o'clock from the CHAP.

EL of J. L. REED SON, ENTRANCES FROM BAYSHORE BOULEVARD AND FROM VERNE STREET. with the Reverend George S. Burchill of St.

John's Episcopal Church, officiating. Interment will follow at Woodlawn a Cemetery. The family requests: "PLEASE OMIT FLOWERS" VAN SCHALKWYK, MRS. JOHANNARequiem Mass for the repose of the Soul of Mrs. Johanna Van Schalkwyk, 81.

of 5912 N. Packwood will be offered Monday morning at 9:30 at St. Lawrence Catholic Church. Father Patrick Hendron, will officiate, with interment. in Garden of Memories Cemetery.

Arrangements are under the direction of JENNINGS FUNERAL HOME CHAP. EL, 6900 NEBRASKA AVE. AT SLIGH. WOOD, JOHN A. (UNCLE JOHNNY) Funeral services for Mr.

John A. (Uncle Johnny) Wood, 95, of 7108 15th St. will be held Monday morning at 10 o'clock at the JENNINGS FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL, 6900 Nebraska with Mr. Zack T. Wester of the Seminole Heights Baptist Church, officiating.

Pallbearers will be W. J. Blosfield. J. W.

Laudat, Bruce A. Genter, R. R. Adams, Guy Connell, and Leroy Johnson. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery, WOOD, MRS.

SARAH Sarah M. Wood. 41, of Lutz, passed away at a local hospital. The remains will be sent at noon today, to the Collier-Butler Funeral Home, Gadsden, for services with interment in the Forest Cemetery. Local arrangements were under the direction of the Duval Funeral Home, 3800 Nebraska Ave.

CARD OF THANKS The family of the late P. A. (Pietro) Spoto of 4320 Nebraska Ave. wish to thank the many relatives, friends and neighbors for their kind expressions offer symrathy and beautiful floral during our recent loss of our loved one. Our heartfelt thanks is given to.

each and every individual pallbearer and to ail Honorary pallbearers. Our special thanks is also given to each and every staff member in their respective departments of the Centro Asturiano Hospital. Carmela Spoto Family CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my heartfelt thanks and appreciation to my kind neighbors, friends and relatives for their many acts of kindness, messages of sympathy and beautiful floral offerings, received during the recent bereavement and loss of my beloved wife, Grace McDaniel Nichols. James Robert Nichols CARD OF THANKS The children of Clifford R. Marsh wish to express their appreciation to their relatives, friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindness during our recent bereavement.

CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks and deep appreciation, to our many friends, neighbors and relatives, during the loss of our beloved, husband, father and brother, Andrea F. Messina. Also for the beautiful Floral Tributes. THE MESSINA FAMILY the Eastern Star, of Amaramth, Survivors include Frank J. Schultheis; mond Fancher, N.J.; and a Schultheis, two sisters, McKim, Tampa Emma Miller, ROSCOE T.

Roscoe T. Lakeside Drive, Saturday. A he lived in Tampa for 29 years before moving to Brandon in 1954. He was a member of the 10th Avenue Baptist Church, John Darling Masonic Lodge 154 and the Tampa Consistory of Scott- and the in New Jersey. her husband, a son Somerville, stepson, Frank Satellite Beach, Mrs.

Ella and Mrs. Kent, Conn. FUSSELL Fussell, 59, 1211 Brandon, died native of Wray, ish Rite. He was Fussell the manager of the vending machine department of Eli Witt Cigar Co. worked for 24 years.

Survivors include, his widow, Mrs. Louise Fussell, Brandon; daughters, Mrs. Shirley Ann Shiflett, Brooksville; Joy Lee Smith, Pinecrest; Mrs. Mary Lou Martin, Brooksville; and Miss Pamela Fussell, Brandon; a brother, W. D.

Fussell, Tampa; and sisters, Mrs. Leta McRae, Tampa; Mrs. Geneva Fussell, Macon, and Mrs. Mary Winn, Brunswick, Ga. WIER HOBSON Wier Hobson, 68, Elkhart, died Friday in Tampa.

He was a native of Angola, and was retired from Continental Can Co. He is survived by his wife, Mis. Georgia Hobson, Elkhart; a sister, Mrs. Lois Forinash, Garden Grove, Calif. and a brother, Harry Hobson, Union, Mich.

CONRAD M. ANDERSON Conrad M. Anderson, 79, 4513 N. Habana, died Friday. A native of Sweden, he lived in Tampa for seven years and was retired from Borden's Dairy.

He was a member of Lutheran Church of Our Saviour. Survivors include brothers, Knut Anderson, Tampa; Robert Anderson, Des Plaines, Herman Anderson, Chicago; and Einar Anderson, Sweden. MRS. GRACE ROBERTS Mrs. Grace W.

Roberts, 74, rural Odessa, died Saturday. A native of New Paris, Ohio, she lived in Odessa for 56 years and was a member of the Keystone Methodist Church. Survivors ina son, D. E. Roberts, Odessa; daughters, Ruth Phillips, Odessa; and Mrs.

Marjorie Formato, Miami; a brother, Dr. C. Gilbert Wrenn, Tempe, and a sister, Mrs. E. Marie Little, Odessa.

MRS. VAN SCHALKWYK Mrs. Johanna Van Schalkwyk, 81, 5912 N. Packwood, died Friday. A native of Holland, she had lived in Tampa 22 years.

Survivors include her husband, Matthys Van Schalkwyk; two Christianns Van Schalkwyk, Malden, and Van Schalkwyk, Arizona, and a daughter, Mrs. Freda Van Wyck, Tampa. JUDSON C. TURNER Judson C. Turner, 68, Hale Road, Land O'Lakes, died Saturday.

A native of Montville, Maine, he lived in Land O'Lakes four years. He was a veteran of World War I and a member of the Veterans of World War I Barracks 1979, Brooksville. Among his survivors are his wife, Mrs. Christina Turner; a daughter, Mrs. Muriel Carter, Brewer, Maine; Judson P.

Turner, Gilford, Maine; a brother, Harold Turner Farmington, and two sisters, Mrs. Marion Bruce and Mrs. Ida Hieler, Hartford, Conn. GEORGE REBSTON George Albert Rebston, 4317 21st died Saturday. A native of Jacksonville, he had lived in Tampa 60 years.

He was a member of the Most Holy Name Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Fannie May Rebston; two sons, George A. and Donald Tampa; five daughters, Mrs. Sandra Hemby, Columbia, S.C.; Mrs.

Judith Childs, Columbus, Mrs. Lillie Seal, Tampa, and Mrs. Sophia Boyce and Mrs. Marie Williams, Ocala. MRS.

MARION TURNER Mrs. Marion Estelle Turner, 89, 820 S. Orleans died Friday at a Tampa hospital. Born in Sanford, and a longtime resident of Tampa, she was the widow of the late John A. Turner.

She was the first president of the Azalea Garden Circle. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. L. W. Lee, Tampa.

MRS. JOYCE L. BARROW Mrs. Joyce L. Barrow, 35, 5009 Palm 1 River died Saturday.

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JOSEPH MONGIOVI Joseph Mongiovi, 81, 2314 Chestnut died Saturday. A native of Sicily, Italy, he lived in Tampa for 66 years and was a member of L'Unione Italiana Club. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Teresa Mongiovi; sons, Frank Mongiovi and Dick Mongiovi; and sisters, Mrs. Katie Valls, Mrs.

Marie Mongiovi and Mrs. Rose Sierra. MRS. MARY OLDENBURG CLEARWATER Mrs. Mary Mae Oldenburg, 75, of 147 New Ranch Park, died Saturday.

A native of Mount Vernon, she came here eight months ago from Cleveland, Ohio. Survivors include a son, Louis Oldenburg, Orlando, and a sister, Mrs. Harriett Coenenberg, Clearwater. MRS. DOROTHY COOK CLEARWATER Mrs.

Dorothy L. Cook, 43, of 1424 E. Druid died Saturday. native of Duluth, she came here 20 years ago from Chicago, Ill. She was a Lutheran.

Survivors include her husband, Durwood Cook; two daughters, Barbara Cook and Miss Beverley Cook, her mother, Mrs. Matilda Nossum, all of Clearwater; a brother, Stanley Nossum, Long Beach, and three sisters, Mrs. William Tapley, Clearwater; Mrs. Thelma Gibson and Mrs. Edna Trentlage, both of Fox River Grove, Ill.

HARRY SCHAFFER BELLEAIR Schaffer, 71, of BLUFFS 2327 Bel- Harry mar died Saturday. A native of Rock Island, he came here in 1963 from there. He was a retired laboratory technician and attended the Catholic Church. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Gertrude Varner Schaffer.

CARL PARTRIDGE Bartlett, Sunderland, Mass. FRANK SFERRAZZA TREASURE ISLAND LARGO Carl H. M. Partridge, 79, of 12400 78th Ave. died Saturday.

A native of Worcester, he came 13 years a go from Greenfield, Mass. He was a retired realtor and insurance broker; was a Protestant, and a Mason. Survivors include his widow, Ms. Iris M. Partridge, and two sisters, Mrs.

Geneve E. Steinhope, Largo, and Mrs. Ethel M. Frank Sferrazza, 71, of 9749 First St. Died Thursday.

A native of Italy, he came here from Syracuse, N.Y. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Sferrazza; a daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Gionet, St. Petersburg Beach; a brother, Joseph Sferazza, Clearwater, and a sister, Miss Rose Sferrazza, New York City.

MRS. MARIE PROTANO Petersburg. MRS. LYDIA LINN REDINGTON BEACH Mrs. Marie Protano, 62, of 143 Beach died Friday.

A native of Italy, she came here five years ago from De Kalb, Ill. She was a Catholic. Survivors include her husband, Carmie Protano; three sons, Guido Protano, Chester Protano, and Anthony Protano, all of De Kalb; daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Del-: tman, Berwyn, Mrs. Lucille Ainsworth, Kalb, and her stepfather, Dito Sorresso, St.

CLEARWATER Mrs. Lydia Violetta Linn, 91, of 1007 E. Turner died Saturday. A native of Mount Vernon, N.Y., she came here in 1955. She was an Episcopalian.

Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Ruth L. Jacobs and Mrs. Eveline Roehr, and a sister, Mrs. Nelle Wyllie, all of Clearwater.

WILLIAM SCHUH SEMINOLE- William A. Schuh, 71, of 11672 85th Ave. died Friday. A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., he came here 26 years ago from South River, N.J. He was retired plant manager for Palmetex a and a developer and builder.

He was a Catholic. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Lena L. Schuh; a son, Charles W. Schuh, St.

Petersburg, and a sister, Mrs. Lucille S. Armstrong, Seminole. ERNEST McKEON LARGO Ernest J. McKeon, 74, of 11801 104th Lane died Friday.

A native of New York City, he came here nine years ago from Bronx, N.Y. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Catherine McKeon; a son, Thomas McKeon, Bethpage, N.Y., and a daughter, Mrs. Helen Kearney, Nanuet, N.Y. MRS.

SARA VICKERY LARGO Mrs. Sara Elizabeth (Betty) Vickery, 57, of 13955 Sunset died Friday. A native of illinois, she came here six months ago from Kankakee, Ill. Survivors include her husband, Benjamin P. Vickery; a sister, Mrs.

Margaret Payton, Miami, and her father, Hiram Shepherd, Danville, Ill. WALTER WESTFALL PALM HARBOR Walter Westfall, 71, of Timberlane Trailer Park, died Friday. A native Pennsylvania, he came here five years ago from Warren, Ohio. He was a retired engineer; was a protestant; a mason, and international union operating engineer member. LEVI HOWARD PALM HARBOR Levi.

W. Howard, 77, of Route 1, died Friday. A native of Pennsylvania, he came here 35 years ago from Oil Town, Pa. He was a retired machinst in food processing plants; was a member of Tarpon Church of Christ, and a Mason. Survivors include his widow, Mrs.

Willie B. Howard. EDWARD NOYES LARGO Edward N. Noyes, 74, of 11495 119th Terrace died Friday. A native of Newbourgh, N.Y., he came here eight years ago from Stewart Manor, N.Y.

He was a retired salesman, a Mason and a veteran of World War I. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Marie M. Noyes. MRS.

ALTA SEAY LARGO Mrs. Alta E. Seay, 67, of 195 21st Terrace, died Friday. A native of Greenville, she came her two months ago for her third winter season from Knoxville, Tenn. Survivors include three sons, Howard E.

Seay, Largo; Lacy H. Seay and James C. Seay, both of Knoxville; a brother, Elmer Inscore, Macon, and three sisters, Mrs. Ethel Hux, and Mrs. Fannie Gregg, both or Greenville, and Mrs.

Donald Kloss, Bethel Park, Pa. DR. JOHN HARDIN SAFETY HARBOR Dr. John W. Hardin, 77, of Sixth Ave.

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Brooklyn, N. James Covington, and three daughters, Mrs. Jean Tullis, Brandon; Mrs. Dawn Hunter, Largo, and Mrs. Peggy Webb, Winter Haven.

MRS. ISABEL VAN CLEEF DUNEDIN Mrs. Isabel May Van Cleef, 78, of 1551 San Helen died Saturday. native of Paterson, N.J., she came here 10 years ago from Syracuse, N.Y. She was an Episcopalian.

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