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DEATH ALGATE Mrs. Jeutcft Wricht Alftte. 113 J*meÂ§ St.. Nov. U, 1H4, widow of Dr. W. Ward Algtte. ftht Is lunrtved by two niece*, BITS. John L* Pthner and Mr*. WWium Suras; two nephews* Htrold and Walter Wright. Memorial services Park Central Presbyterian Church Friday. 3 p.m.. Rev, Bradford N. Pusey olficUtihB. Burial ia Watfdinuton N, Y. friends may contribute lo the Memorial Fund of the church, Ho calling hour** J. P. BURNS * SON BARNELLO Mn. Minnie Barnello. 200 E- Corey Rd.. Town of derides. Nov. 18, 1984. Surviving are her husband. Joseph Barnello: two ions. Joseph and Richard Barnello: two daughters, Mrs. Carmen retrace! and Mrs. Louis Fetrocci; a brother, Jamea, De- Solrito; two sisters. Mrs. Joseph Gapey and Mrs. Nicholas Mastry, 15 grandchildren and seven Mrs. Minnie Barnello Dies; Ran Florist Shop grandchildren. Funeral services Saturday. 8:15 a.m.. Bacozzt Twins Funeral Home. 2601 Milton Ave.. and 9 a.m.. St, Charles Borromeo Church. Interment 8t. Mary's Cemetery. Friends may call at the Funeral Home. 2 to 4 and 7 to 9, CASE Mrs. Mabel C*w, of I3Â» Delaware S;.. Nov. 18. 1964. Survival^ are threa sons, Frederick W.. Hoiaiejs D. and Robert W. Case; a Uauehter, Mrs. Gerald Smith: a suiter, Mrs, Georse Vmwro. II srrandchildren and 21 ereat-trandchildren. Funeral services at the Greenleaf Funeral Home. Saturday 12:30 P.m.. Rev, Charles Benton officiating. Interment Walnut Grove Cemetery. Ononaaga Hill. Friends may call at 503 W. Onon- dapa St. Friday. 3 to 5 and 7 to GREENLEAP FUNERAL HOME. CLARK Alton C. Clark, 59. of 204 Leavenworth Ave,. Nov. 17. 1964. SurvivinK are his wife. Mrs, Mary Jane Clark, four sons, Alton P. of John R. of schenectiidy. Robert CM Ireland and Briu-e Clark ot bump- ter, S. C.; a daughter. Mrs. \\ illiam Jordan of Syracuse: a brother. Robert G. Clark of Osweeo; ,11 srand- children, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services Saturday. 10 a.m. at Edward P-. Gaynor Funeral Home, 119 Soutn Ave. R e \ . Charles R. Stircs officiating. Intcr- ment Assumption Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday, home on Belle Isle Road, of Camillus. In 1948 she relocated at 1211 Milton Ave., Solvay, at that time forming a partnership with her sons, Joseph Richard. She retired in 1958. A native of Solvay, she was a communicant of St. Charles Borromeo Church. She was affiliated with the Florists Telegraph Delivery and the Metropolitan Retail Florists Association. Surviving besides her sons her husband, Joseph Barnello; two daughters, Mrs. Carmen Petrocci of Fairmount and Louis Petrocci of Camillus; a brother, James DeSpirito of Solvay; two sisters, Mrs. Joseph Gaspey and Mrs. Nicholas Mastry of Solvay; 15 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Services will be at 8:15 tomorrow at Bagozzi Twins Funeral Home and at 9 a.m. Charles Borromeo Church where Mrs. Minnie Barnello, 72, of 200 E. Corey Road, Town of Geddes, retired proprietor of the Barnello Florist Shop, died yesterday at Community-General Hospital after suffering a heart attack at her home Wednesday night. Mrs. Barnello established her florist business in 1930 at her Mr. Yakawiak Dies at 76 Harry Yakawiak, 76. of 212 S, Central Ave., Minoa, a founder of St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Church, died yesterday at his home after a short illness. Born in Galicia, Austria, Mr. Yakawiak immigrated to Syracuse 57 years ago. He lived here 12 years before moving to Minoa 45 years ago. Mr. Yakawiak retired as a| a solemn ni R h requiem Mass moulder for Oberdorfer Foun- Ml be celebrated. Burial 1 k^ ^K K *^K Â· ^r ^1 V _^^ H Â· Â· Â· t u^ f i _^L ^_ jfc ^ H- J Â·Â·_ - - dries Inc. in 1954 after 34 years service. He was a member and former secretary and treasurer of Russian Brotherhood Lodge 78. He be in St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the home, 2601 Milton Ave.