Antonio Puxi'ulta. After a lingering illnes.1;, Antonio Perrotta. i aged 73, passed away Thursday 'afternoon at o'clock at his home, 120 South Wayne Mr Fer.-cetie 'if; a v.ei, ,:r.cwr. and highly respected resident of Ma her. i:ir town having resided there for about 48 years, ever since he came to America. He was bom m StaLegiiano, Italy, on May 6, 1668, a son of Ambrosio and The resit Mntteo Perrotta. Mr. Perrotta wad a retired Baltimore and Ohio railroad employee, and was a mnnLh-r of the Loyal Order of Moose for 2i-" years and of the Brotherhood cl Carmen, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Survivors are his wife, Angela Perrotta: the following children, Mr;. Michael Augustine, Mrs. T. C. P.alney, Mrs. Andrew Masters. Angela and Nick Perrotta, and one winter in fliuope. Funeral mass will be celebrated Monday morning at 10 o'clock In St. Lucy's ohtn-ch, and interment will be in. Sr. Lucy'j cemetery. The fu-nei'fii procession will leave :lic residence at S:45 o'clock.