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TIMES WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1997 LA Inmates back in jail after escape on Monday PALM HARBOR Two Tarpon Springs Correctional Center inmates who escaped from a work release assignment Monday night were captured within several hours. Pinellas County sheriff's deputies found Charles W. Gill, 41, and David C. Bolan, 24, near Curlew Road and U.S. 19.

Authorities said the men worked at a restaurant on U.S. 19 and refused to get into a state Department of Corrections van about 8 p.m. after work. Instead, they ran, prompting a search by helicopter and dogs. Charged with escape, they were being held at the Pinellas County Jail without bail.

John Espey seeks new political life in Dunedin DUNEDIN Former School Board member John Espey, an often controversial figure during his tenure, has decided to give politics another try. About 30 minutes before the filing deadline Tuesday, Espey became a candidate for mayor of Dunedin, challenging incumbent Espey Tom. Anderson. The election is Feb. 11.

Espey said he hasn't developed a platform yet, but ran because he didn't want to see Anderson elected without opposition, as he was in 1994. Espey, 58, has lived in Dunedin Obituaries from Page 5 DONNELLY, DANIEL-DAVID FRANCIS, 26, of St. Petersburg, died Monday (Jan. 6, 1997) at Bayfront great Ceasar Funeral Home, Lake City. Medical Center from injuries in a motorcycle accident.

He came here in 1987 from his native Houston. He was a maitre d' and bartender at the Wharf Restaurant. He was a graduate of St. Petersburg High School and was an off-track motorcycle enthusiast. Survivors include his father, David A.

Fowler, Cadiz, his mother, Annadel Shartle, Sarasota; a brother, Sean Donnelly, St. Petersburg; and a maternal grandmother, Ann Shartle, Sarasota. Brett Funeral Home Cremation Services, St. Petersburg. KICKLIGHTER, WILLIE K.

"BUDDY," 92, of Lake City, formerly of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (Jan. 5, 1997) at Tanglewood Convalescent Center, Lake City, under. Hospice care. He was a member of Hope Henry African Methodist Episcopal Church.

Survivors include three daughters, Jessie M. Wells and Eva K. Williams, both of St. Petersburg, and Thelma P. Hamilton, East Point, a son, Samuel, St.

Petersburg; two sisters, Naomi WilPetersburg, and Georgia M. Smith, Lake Wales; a brother, Napoleon, St. Petersburg; 14 grandchildren; -grandchildren; two great- MONK, A. EDWARD, 50, of St. Petersburg, died Tuesday (Jan.

7, 1997) at home. Born in Dothan, he came here in 1955 from Chipley. From 1968 to 1980 he was a social studies teacher at St. Petersburg High School. From 1980 to 1985 he was assistant principal at Tyrone Middle School and from 1985 to 1993 he was assistant principal at Gibbs High School.

Since 1993, he had been assistant principal at St. Petersburg High School. He was a real estate associate for Northside Realty. He was former youth choir director and deacon at Norwood Baptist Church, choir director and deacon at Gateway Baptist Church and choir director at and deacon at Maximo Baptist Church. He was at the time of his death a member and deacon at North East Park Baptist Church, where he founded the Deacons Quartet.

He was a member of PINMAR Antique Auto Club and the National Street Rod Association. Survivors include his wife of 28 years, Beverly; a son, Bill, a daughter, Christine Monk, his mother, Nora Monk, all of St. Petersburg; and a grandson. Gee Sorensen Funeral Home and Cremation Services, St. Petersburg.

(Jan. 6, 1997) at home. Born in Hartford, he came here in 1986 from Richmond, Va. He was a grinder and machinist for Pratt Whitney Aircraft, now United Technologies. He was a Protestant.

Survivors include his wife, Lillian; five daughters, Brenda Rosecrans, Richmond, Donna Aitchison and Diane Blardo, both of St. Petersburg, Sydney Cook, Loganville, and Denise Dowling, Pinellas Park; three sons, Edward Cordier, St. Petersburg, Stephen Starbuck, Demorest, and Robert Cordier, Seminole; a brother, Robert, Chapel Hill, N.C.; 19 grandchildren; and 15 great Gee Sorensen Funeral and CremaPriome tion Services, St. Petersburg. STARBUCK, CLIFFORD 84, of St.

Petersburg, died Monday for about five years. He twice ran unsuccessfully for property appraiser and once for the Clearwater City Commission. He served three terms on the Pinellas County School Board, dogged by questions of whether he lived in the district he was elected to represent and by allegations that he used school system supplies and personnel for personal business. In 1993, he was accused of forging at least one school employee's name on magazine subscription forms. Employees and other board members complained that they received unsolicited magazines and merchandise.

Espey entered a pretrial intervention program but did not admit to wrongdoing. Largo class teaches you to clown around LARGO Learn how to be a clown and join in a program sponsored by the Largo Department of Parks and Recreation. A special clown class starts Saturday and meets for 12 weeks from 8:30 to 11 a.m. Saturdays. It is taught by Connie and Jerry Yarbrough (Topsy and Yo Yo).

Graduating clowns will become official members of the new city Uptown Clowns, part of Clown Alley, clowns who participate in all city events. Fee is $80 with proceeds to go toward materials: and costs of the new clown program. For information, call 393-5425. Support group helps separated, divorced CLEARWATER DivorceCare, a weekly seminar and support group for people who are separated or divorced, is offered by Clearwater First Church of the Nazarene. The group meets at 7 p.m.

Wednesdays starting today Petersburg, died Monday (Jan. 6, 1997) at St. Anthony's Hospital. Born in Birmingham, she came here in 1975 from Nashville, Tenn. She was a homemaker and attended St.

Vincent's Episcopal Church. She was a member of the Women's Service League. Survivors include her husband of 53 years, Lewis; two sons, L. Allen, Nashville, and James Denver; a sister, Bell Dudley, Bedford, Texas; and a grandson. National Cremation Society, Largo.

MORGAN, JIMMY 74, of St. PETROCZY, ROZALIA, 70, of St. Petersburg, died Saturday (Jan. 4, 1997) at home. In 1956 she fled her native Hungary after Soviet forces crushed an anticommunist rebellion.

she came here in 1991 from New York City. She was a seamstress for knitting mills and a Roman Catholic. Survivors include a daughter, Katalin Petroczy, St. Petersburg; a son, Atilla Petroczy, Owensboro, a brother, Janos, and a sister, Judit, both of Hungary; and a grandson, Jason. International Chapels Funeral Home, Pinellas Park.

WALLING, ROBERT 81, of St. Petersburg, died Monday (Jan. 6, 1997) at home. Born in Denver, he came here in 1965 from Fontana, Wis. He was a sales representative for musical equipment with various companies in Wisconsin and St.

Petersburg. He was an Army Air Forces veteran of World War II, serving as a captain and pilot. Survivors include two daughters, Victoria W. McCord, and Katherine J. VanGough, both of St.

Petersburg; a son, Thomas Panama City Beach; a sister, Margaret Preston, Fayetteville, and five grandsons. Brett Funeral Home Cremation Services, St. Petersburg. (Jan. 7, 1997) at home.

She came here in 1935 from her native Waynesboro, Ga. She was a member of Greater St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church. Survivors include three sons, Toney Kenneth C. and Willie all of St.

Petersburg; a stepson, Darian Cormottie, St. Petersburg; three sisters, Beatrice Lane and Mattie Ruth Crum, both of St. Petersburg, and Clara Bell Stalling, Miami; a brother, Pledge Holmes, Midfield, and six grandchildren. Smith Funeral Home, St. Petersburg.

WILLIAMS, HATTIE BELL, 69, of St. Petersburg, died Tuesday 53, of St. Petersburg, died Monday Jan. 6, 1997) at home. Born in Willemstad, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles, she came here in 1985 from Suriname.

She was a secretary at Eckerd College and a member of St. Andrew Lutheran Church. She was a member of ELCA Woman's Organizations. Survivors include her husband of 29 years, Roy; two sons, Quinton Boston, and Patrick St. Petersburg; two daughters, Claire Jo-Ann Zondervan and Sabrina Miriam Zondervan, both of St.

Petersburg; her mother, Nita Cornelia Kappel, Suriname; brother, Robert Jean Kappel, Suriname; two sisters, Lilia Bakker, Netherlands, and Rita Helen Welch, Suriname; and a grandchild. C. E. Prevatt Funeral Home, Tyrone Chapel, St. Petersburg.

ZONDERVAN, JOYCE NITA, through April 2 at 1875 Nursery Road, Clearwater. DivorceCare features national experts on divorce and recovery. Topics include facing anger, facing loneliness, depression, new relationships, child care and forgiveness. A complimentary dinner is provided for participants and their children at 6 p.m. Child care and other activities are available for children from birth through high school.

A fee covering materials is $10. To register, call Palm Wilkinson, 536-1498. Medicare, managed care subject of forums The Hospice of the Florida Suncoast and the Florida Department of Elder Affairs are offering two forums on "Understanding Medicare and Managed Care." Both forums will be Thursday. They will be at: 10:30 a.m. to noon at the hospice's North Community Service Center, 3335 Tampa Road, Palm Harbor.

6:30 to 8 p.m. at Blessed Trinity Catholic Church, parish hall, 1600 54th Ave. St. Petersburg. Topic will be snare, lure of native plants LARGO The Pinellas chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society will talk about "The Snares and Lures of Plants" at 7:30 p.m.

today. Dr. Mark Deyrup of the Archbold Biological Station will lead the discussion of the coevolution of plants and insects. The chapter meets at the Cooperative Extension Office at 12175 125th St. N.

The chapter's information line is 544-7341. Seminole ECKERT, FLORENCE, 75, of Seminole, died Sunday (Jan. 5, 1997) at St. Anthony's Hospital, St. Petersburg.

She was born in Goldens Bridge, N.Y., and came here in 1949 from Ellenville, N.Y. She worked as a telephone operator for Barnett Bank in St. Petersburg. She was a member of Blessed Sacrament Church, Seminole, and the church's Ave Maria Guild. Survivors include six nephews; and four greatnieces and great-nephews.

Garden Sanctuary Funeral Home, Seminole. VINGO, CHARLES 63, of Seminole, died Monday (Jan. 6, 1997) at Columbia Largo Medical Center. He came here in 1985 from his native Norwalk, and worked in marketing 17 years for Mobil Oil Co. He was Catholic and a member of the Elks Lodge.

Survivors include his wife of 30 years, Helen; three sons, John and Andrew Vingo, both of Seminole, and Michael Holland, Maryville, three daughters, Rochelle Vingo, Jewett, Ohio, and Felicia Vingo and Dianna Van Derwielen, both of Monroe, a brother, Walter, Redding, and two sisters, Connie Vingo and Marcelene Vingo, both of Redding; and five grandchildren. E. James Reese Funeral Home and Crematory, Seminole. DAYTON INVITES YOU TO SAVE BIG MONEY THE DAYTON DEALER WHO ANDREWS CARES DURING OUR GIGANTIC PRE-OWNED RED TAG SALE SAVE THOUSANDS ON '95 AND '96 CHRYSLER CORPORATION PROGRAM CARS. WE LET CHRYSLER CORPORATION TAKE THAT BIG NEW CAR DEPRECIATION AND WE PASS THE SAVINGS ON TO YOU.


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9-6, SUN. 11-6 0 CALL 799-4539 00 0 2388 GULF TO-BAY (RT. 60) CLEARWATER At 101, she's still clowning around When Lucille Dutton was a high school senior, she was named class clown by her fellow students. "Things always liven up when she puts in an appearance." This quote appeared in Erie High School's 1914 yearbook, The Spokesman. Today, at 101, Mrs.

Dutton is still making people laugh. She celebrated her birthday Tuesday with a party at Highland Terrace, a retirement center in Clearwater where she has lived since 1976. Dutton "She's just a doll," said Sandy Vecchio, the center's activities director. Lucille Flickinger was born Jan. 7, 1896, in Erie, Pa.

She was the youngest of eight children. Her father was an insurance agent and her mother was a homemaker. She married Herbert Dutton. The couple had no children. Mrs.

Dutton never worked, but she did volunteer for many years for the Red Cross. She eventually settled in Clearwater and has lived at Highland Terrace longer than any of the center's other residents. Mrs. Dutton loves animals, Vecchio said. "She lives for Project the activities director said.

"Her whole face just beams when she sees animals." Project Pup is an organization that brings William and Ruth Lynn "I went from size to MAUREEN BYRNE GOOD FOR YOU pets to retirement homes for visits with the residents. She loves it when the dogs lick her face, Vecchio said. "They wash my face," Mrs. Dutton said jokingly. In addition to animals, Mrs.

Dutton also has a fondness for chocolate. She received so much of the candy when she turned 100 that she ended up giving some of it away. Mrs. Dutton spends her days listening to music, playing bingo and exercising. "She keeps pretty active for someone her age," Vecchio said.

Though Mrs. Dutton gives no particular reason for her longevity, she is a strong proponent of bottled water. She said she never drinks tap water and has been drinking spring water all her life. Anniversaries William and Ruth Lynn of Clearwater celebrated their 50th anniversary with a cruise on the Regal Empress with their children. They were married Dec.

28, 1946, Bill and Esther Toigo in Erlanger, and came here in 1965 from Florence, Ky. Lynn was an auto technician with Swanson Chrysler Plymouth in St. Petersburg. Mrs. Lynn was a payroll supervisor at St.

Petersburg Junior College. The Lynns are members of Hercules Community Church of God in Clearwater. They have two children and two grandchildren. Bill and Esther Toigo of Clearwater celebrated their 50th anniversary with a party given by their daughter. They came here in 1965 from Springfield, where they were married Dec.

28, 1946. Toigo works as an insurance broker, and Mrs. Toigo worked for 50 years as a registered nurse. The Toigos, who are members of St. Cecelia Catholic Church in Clearwater, have 12 children, 28 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

E. 0. and Janet Lee of Seminole celebrated their 50th anniversary with a family dinner party at the St. Petersburg Yacht Club. They were married Dec.

28, 1946, in Georgia and came here in 1962. Lee owned W. H. Reynolds Inc. in Tampa, and Mrs.

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