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of the Sunday scnool for years. He was also a member RePub both hre- two ROBERT L. HACK TOIN'T PLEASANT BEACH Robert L. Wack. 87. of 230 Richmond Ave. died Tuesday in Point Pleasant Hospital after a long illness. He lived here 75 years. Mr. Wack retired In 1934 from the railway mail service, where he was employed 42 years. He was tax collector here for 21 years and retired about a yeari ago. I Mr. Wack was past president! iof ,"'nt ant Rotary. He was 1 ."L "'Y'"ur' of Durand Lodae FA; AM; an elder of Piint Pleasant Presby- l.,io CW, ,,!, t.n4 .1-9. ' M , . .j " o..AT . , Survlvlnj ar tw0 daughters, iMi.ss Fmma Wack. iinH 1r. 41. ;son, nr. Frederick D. D. Wick Baltimore, Md.; Robert B., Point Pleasant; two grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. The Van Hise and Callagan Funeral Home is in charge of ar- I rangements.