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Obituaries See SERVICES for more details on some obituaries ASBURY PARK PRESS, Tues.. Jan. 6, 1976 A13 LESTER B. SPRAGLE FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. Lester Bedell - Sprague, 83, of 1964 B Karen Drive, died Dec. 23. " "Mr. Sprague started his hotel career in the Laurel-in-the-Pines, Lakewood, N.J., and the Monterey Hotel, i Asbury Park, N.J. He had m been manager of the Pan- coast Hotel, Miami; Buck- - wood Inn, Shawnee on the "Delaware, Pa.; Lido Club, ? Long Island, N.Y., Ritz - Tower, New York City, and Eastern Slope Inn, North Conway, N.H., from which he " retired. " "Mr. Sprague was a mem- ber of the First Presbyterian Church, here, and was an ; elder in the church for many years. Surviving are his wife, "Dora W. Sprague; two sisters, Mrs. Florence S. Dis-Tbrow, Flemington, N.J., and Miss Dorothy R. Sprague, Manasquan; two brothers, Ernest J., Manasquan, and t Frederick, L., Riviera : Beach, Fla. , The Fannin Funeral Home, here, was in charge of ; arrangements. ; MRS. THOMAS GRAHAM Z UNION BEACH - Mrs. -Jessie McNeill Graham, 85, ;of 249 Broadway, died yesterday. " Mrs. Graham came here from Jersey City three years -ago. She lived in Jersey City -for more than 40 years, and, : was the widow of Thomas IGraham. Surviving are a son, Irv-"ing, here; a daughter, Mrs. Iris Kuz, Jersey City; six "grandchildren and one great-.'grandchild. The Bedle Funeral Home, 'Keyport, is in charge of 'arrangements. Services IALIKAS Stephen P., of M Pulaski Ave., Carteret, N.J., on Jon. S, 1976. Beloved husband of Mary Anne (nee SJvmonqwskl) Allkoi. Devoted lather of Jill and Stephen Jr. Beloved son of Peter and the late Helen Allkas. Dearest brother of Mrs. Georoia Christopher, Mrs. Sophie Crocco, Harry and Thomas. ' Funeral services wilt be held Wed. morning at 10:30 a.m. from the Gray Funeral Home, 311 East Broad St., Westfleld, followwed bv an 11 o.m. Funeral Mass at Holv Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, uottfiAirl interment Fairvlew Cem etery. Westfleld. Friends may call ?t the funeral home 2-4 and 7-9. krockl Memorial Home, Perth Amboy, Is handling .funeral arrangements. The family requests donations be made to The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church or the Leukemia Society. ANDERSON Robert A., oae 66, of 149 Woody Rd., Sllvermead, Freehold Township, on Jan, 5, 1976. Beloved husband of Beatrice (nee Sauler) Anderson. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services Thurs., Jan. 8, 10 a.m. at the C.H.T. Clayton & Son Funeral Home, Route 5?4, Adelphlo, Rev. John Coffee officiating. Interment Hollywood Cemetery, Union. Friends may call at the funeral (tome Wed., 7-9 p.m. BAILEY Lena, age 67, of 26 Long Branch Ave., Long Branch, on Jan. 4. Beloved mother of Miss Marianne Bailey; sister of Lester and Webster Bailey. Funeral Thurs. 1 ' p.m. from the Unity Funeral Home, 348 Joline Ave., Long Branch, the Rev. CP. Williams officiating. Interment White Ridge Cemetery. ' Friends are invited to call at the funeral home Wed. 6-9 p.m. .XARTMAN James G., on -- Mon., Jan. 5, 1976, of Brick Town, formerly of Maplewood. Beloved ' husband ot Gladys (Melchlor), fath-' er of Mrs. Judith Myers ot Madison, "j Wisconsin, Mrs. Linda Weth ot East Hanover. Step father of Mrs. Jean -4 M. Dolln ot Seal Beach, California. t Also survived by seven grandchll- dren. Relatives ond friends ore " Invited to attend the service on Thurs. ot 11 a.m. at the Chorles F. .Hausmann & Son Funeral Home, - 1057 Sanford Ave., Irvlnglon. Inter---men! Hollywood Memorial Park, - Union. Visiting Wed. 2-4 ond 7-9 p.m. Damascus Commandery No. 5 Knights Templers, Lakewood, will conduct services Wed. at 7.30 p.m. Instead of flowers, the family sug- aests donations to the American -Cancer Society. tjIBSON Mrs, S. Louise, 10, of 1799 Seminole Blvd., Largo, Florida, on Jan. 5, 1976. Formerly of Brick f' Township and Holiday City. Beloved JIT.', mother of Mrs. Esther M. Scharf . and Mrs. Thelma Douglas. Contrl-.. . buttons to the Brick Township First Aid Squad would be appreciated. -HENDRICKSON Mertsi J., age 76, of 46 Sutherland CI., Toms "n River, N.J., formerly of Jersey City, i- N.J., on Jon. 4, 1976. Beloved hus-m . band of Caroline (nee Schroeder) Hendrlckson, father ot M. Jay Hen- drickson, and Mrs. Carol Stolk, brother of Frank A. Hendrlckson ond Mrs. May Schott. Funeral er m, , vices Wed., 8 p.m., at the Anderson and Campbell Funeral Home, 703 ' Main St., Toms River, N.J. Friends may call at the funeral home Tues. and Wed., 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. At the TT' request of the family, contributions ZZ. to the Shrlners Crippled Children's Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa., would be appreciated. " HILL (Bobby) Robert C., 70, of K, 312 Myrtle Ave., Neptune on Jon. 5, m 1976. Loving father of Robert Jr., Willlom Hill, Pomal Hill. Stepfather of Mrs. Josephine Hughes, Mrs. ; Winifred Hovnes, Mrs. Shlla Solo-Zj. mon. Miss Tamora Lawson. Broth-,.. er of Mrs. Inez Llnder. Step-- grandfather of seven. Funeral " Thursday II a m. from the James " H. Hunt Funeral Home, 126 Ridge 2" Ave , Asbury Park. Friends may m call Wednesday 7-9 p.m. The Rev. Verntr Matthews officiating. Remains will be cremated at the convenience of the family. KELLEY Esther M., age 72, "" of 1235 William St., Pt. Pleosont, on ""3 Jon. 4, 1976. Beloved mother of Wil-Tz Horn J., Raymond A. ond Miss . -', Esther Kelley. Sister of Walter Cie-man. Funeral from Van Hist I Cal-lagan Funeral Home, 912 Arnold Ave., Pf. Pleasant Beach, on Wed., Jan. 7, at I a.m. with Requiem Moss TL, of Sf, Peter't R C. Church, Pf pleasant Beach ot 9 a.m. Interment St. Catharine's Cemetery, Seo Girt. Friends may call at the funeral home 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Tues. MULDOON Hugh, 47, pf 221 " Highwood Rd., Oakhurst, on Jon. 4, beloved brother of Margaret Slefon-lit ond Kathleen Beck. Funeral from the Francionl, Taylor i Lppej Funeral Home, 704 7th Ave., Asbury Park, at 9:30 om. Thurs., Jon, I, Funeral Mass ot W p.m. ot Our Lady of M- Cormel Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, North Arlington. Rosary I p.m. Wed. Friends may Call Wed. 4 and 71 p.m. FELLEGRINO Anna, 71, of 14 Belshaw Ave., Eatontown, on Jan. 5, 1974. Beloved mother of Vltp, VTnile Fontofta, Josephine Celll, and Antoinette AAoko- Friends may ERNEST G. POTTER SR. FREEHOLD - Ernest G. Potter Sr., 64, of 19 Morris St., died Sunday. He was a carpenter associated with Local 2250 Carpenters Union, Red Bank. He was an ex-captain and a 25-year member of the Freehold First Aid Squad. His wife, Ruth Booth Potter, died in 1973. Surviving are two sons, Ernest J., Martinez, Calif., and Donald T., Freehold Township; a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Ann Fletcher, here; a brother, William. Philadelphia; a sister, Mrs. Edith Martin, here, and 10 grandchildren. The 'Higgins Memorial Home is in charge of arrangements. MRS. W. MC LAUGHLIN PT. PLEASANT BEACH -Mrs. Catherine McLaughlin, 69, of 921 Bay Ave., died Friday. She was the widow of William John McLaughlin who died in 1966. Mrs. McLaughlin had lived in Point Pleasant Beach since 1921. She was a retired licensed practical nurse from Point Pleasant Hospital. She is survived by two stepsons, William, Los Fres-nos, Texas, and Robert, North Plainfield; two brothers, Thomas and Joseph Gutherie, and three sisters, Mrs. Margaret Kite, Mrs. Theresa Austman, and Mrs. Ellen Shannon, Canada. The Shore Memorial Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Additional Obituaries On Page A15 call of the William S. Anderson Funeral Home, J7J Brood St., Red Bonk, N.J., Tues. and Wed., 2-4 and , 7-9 p.m. There will be a 9 o.m. moss at St. Anthony's R. C. Church, Red Bank, Jan. 8. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery, Middletown, N.J. POTTER Ernest, 19 Morris St., Freehold, on Jon, 4, 1976. Husband of the late Ruth Potter. Father of Ernest and Donald Potter and Ruth Ann Fletcher. Funeral services Higgins Memorial Home, 20 Center Sf, Freehold, on Thurs. ot 11 a.m. Rev. Jay Rambo officiating. Friends received Wed. 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. In lieu ot flowers contributions to the Living Memorlql Fund of the First Boptlst Church, Freehold, appreciated. ' STACK Mary Pmmo, 74 years, of 162 Middletown Rd., New Monmouth, N.J., on Sun, Jan. 4, 1976, at Rlvervlew Hospital, Red Bank, N.J. Beloved sister ot Mrs. Austin D. Bolce ond sister ot the late Richard F., John N. ond Bryant W. Devoted aunt of Miss Noreen f . Stack and Charlotte A. Delahov, Relatives and friends ore cordially Invited to attend graveside service ot Fair View Cemetery, Middletown, N.J on Wed., Jan. 7, 1976, at 11 o.m. Worden Funeral Home, Red Bank, N.J. in charge of orrangements. Contributions may be sent to th Perth Amboy Women's Club Scholarship Fund. STEWART Funeral services for Mrs. Haiel Stewart, 84, of 11 Seaview Ave., Ocean Grove, who Sied Sunday, will be held at the cean Grove Memorial Home, 111 Main Avenue, on Thursday morning, January 81h at 11:00 with Rev. Jolin D. Merwln officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home on Tuesday eve. 7-9 and on Wed. from 2-4 and 7-9. TILLEY Eileen R. (nee Mon-oghan) of 614 4th Ave., Bradley Beach, on Jon. 5. Beloved wife of Chorlesi mother of Robert p. and Janice Friedman; grandmother ot Robert M. and Jennifer Tllley; sister of Marie Blerols Ond Patricia Sohlf. Funeral Wed., Jan. 7, 10 o.m. from the Donlel A. Rcllly Funeral Home, th Ave. and D St., Belmar. Funeral Moss 10:30 o.m. Church ot the Ascension; interment St. Catherine's Cemetery. Visiting Wed. morning 1: 30 to 10. TOMPSON William V. Sr., 53, of Bavville and Newark. Beloved husband oi Betty June (nee Bender I Tompson; devoted father of John R., William V. Jr., Robert G. Tompson and Mrs. Lee (Elizabeth) Middieton; grandfather of five. Funeral from the Burns Funeral Home, 462 Sanford Ave., Newark, on Frl. Jan. 9 at I a.m., to Sacred Heart Church, vollsburg, Newark, where ot 9 a.m. a Funeral Mass will be offered. Interment St. Mary s Cemetery, Lakewood. Visiting Wed. and Thurs. 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. URAASTON Mist Emma D formerly of Rohwoy, on Jan. 4, 1976. Dear Aunt ot Mrs. Charles L. i Florence) Buck, Mrs. Leslie Joyce) Llptock ond Edumnd J. chiltree. Also survived by 4 greot-nleces ond 4 great-nephews. The funeral service will be held at the Petit Funeral Home, 371 West Mll-' Ion Ave., Rahwav, on Thurs., Jan. t, 1976, at 10 o.m. Interment Rah-woy Cemetery. Friends may call Wed., 2-4 and 7-9. VITALIUS Arthur Bernard, oge 82, of 225 Georgis Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, died Sat. at Doctor's General Hospital, Plantation, Flo. Mr. Vltallus was the husband of the late Mrs. Louise A. Vitalius. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Ruth Hoffmann, Ocean Two., N.J., Mrs. Marilyn Depew, Staunton, Va , ond Mrs. Jeanne Harvey, Deal, N.J., 11 ' grandchildren ond a great-prand- child. The Fairchild Funeral Home, Ft. Lauderdale, Is In charge of arrangements, Oraveslde services will be conducted Tuesday at 11 a m. ot Lauderdale Memorial Park Cemetery, Ft. Luoderdole. Family reauests contributions be .made to Reformation Lutheran Church Building Fund, Broadway and jlocust Avenues, West Long Branch, WALLING Kathleen, 64, of 4 Grand View Dr., Holmdel, wife of Harold Walling. Mother of Suzanne Lucas and Meredith Anderson. Sister of Warren ond Kenneth Young and Helen Heather. Services Hlg- fins Memorial Home, 20 Center St.. reehold, Wednesday, Jan. 7, 1976 at 2 p m. Friends received at Higgins Memorial Home Tuesday 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Contributions to Bay Shore Community Hospital or Monmouth Chopter, Amerlcon Cancer Society appreciated. WHITING A. Alvln, oge 97, of 33 tuena PI., Red Bank, on Jan. J, 1976, at McLean, Virginia. Memorial service Frl., Jan. 9, at I p.m. from the United Methodist Church, Brood St , Red Bank. Remembrances may be made to Scholastic ' ' Assistant Committee of the United Methodist Church ot Red Bank. Interment will be private. In Memoriam HBLMICH - Prederltk. Jon. 4, 1974. Happy second birthday. Although we cannot tee your toce or take you by the hand, your memory It here with us tor you ore in God ' Mom, arothers t listen mm immmmm '. ' y .j urn A. ALVIN WHITING - A. Alvin Whiting, Retired Banker RED BANK - A. Alvin Whiting, 97, director emeritus of the Monmouth Savings and Loan Association, died yesterday. He lived at 33 Buena Place. He was an officer with the former Monmouth County National Bank (now Colonial) until his retirement in 1948 and a director of the former Red Bank Savings and Loan Association (now Monmouth Savings and Loan) since 1952. He served with the Monmouth County Chapter, American Red Cross, for 55 years; a lay worker with the United Methodist Church, here, for 55 years and lay leader since 1950; a member of the church choir and chorus for 70 years until 1966 and honorary trustee of the N.J. Methodist Home for the Aged, Ocean Grove. Mr. Whiting was born in Hammersmith, London, England and moved to Red Bank in 1916. He was the husband of the late former Katherlne Hobrough. Surviving are a son, Arthur A. Jr., McLean, Va.; a sister, Mrs. J. Leon Turkington, St. Petersburg Beach, Fla.; a grandson and two greatgrandchildren. The i Adams Memorial Home is in charge of arrangements. MRS. JAMES B. MATHER MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP - Mrs. Elizabeth Mather, 94, of 57 Constitution Blvd., dled.yesterday. She was the widow of James B. Mather. Surviving are a son, James E., here; two grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. The Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home, here, is in charge of arrangements. RAGNVALD D. SATHER ISLAND HEIGHTS -Ragnvald D. Sather, 90, of 183 Ocean Ave., died yesterday. A native of Norway, Mr. Sather lived most of his life in Westficld. He was for 50 years the office manager for the Watson-Stlllman Co., Roselle, a position from which he retired In 1950. Surviving is a daughter, Miss Eva L. Sather, New York City. The Anderson L Campbell Funeral Home, Toms River, is in charge of arrangements. WILLIAM V. TOMPSON SR. BERKELEY - TOWNSHIP William V. Tompson Sr., 53, died yesterday. Mr. Tompson came here from Newark in 1967. He joined the Newark Police Department in 1947 and served in the Detective Bureau for 15 years in the Third and Fifth Squads. At the time of his death he was serving in the North District as a patrolman. He had received several citations for meritorius police work. Mr. Tompson was a life member of the Policeman's Benevolent Association and was an Army corporal during World War II. , Surviving are three sons, John R., William V. Jr., and Robert G., and one daughter, Mrs. Lee Middieton, and grandfather of five. The Burns Funeral Home, Newark, is in charge of arrangements. MRS. H.W. WALLING HOLMDEL TOWNSHIP -Mrs. Kathleen Young Walling, 66, of 4 Grand View Drive, died Sunday. Surviving are her husband, Harold W. Walling; two daughters, Mrs. Suzanne Lucas, here and Mrs. Meredith Anderson, High Bridge; two brothers, Warren M.D. Young and Kenneth G. Young, both Keyport; a sister, Mrs. Helen Heather, Matawan, and five grandchildren. The Higgins Memorial Home, Freehold, is in charge of arrangements. Amandus O. Ulrich, Ex-Police Chief MANALAPAN TOWNSHIP Amandus O. Ulrich, 57, of Route 33, a former police chief and municipal official in neighboring Monroe Township, died yesterday. Mr. Ulrich was born in Monroe Township. He served as police chief there for several years, resigning the position 20 years ago to become supervisor of the municipal road department. He retired from the latter job in 1969. Surviving are his wife, Mary; a son, Gregory, Spotswood; a daughter, Mrs. Brenda Restivo, Sewell; two brothers, Arthur and Otto, Long Island; three daughters, Mrs. Anna Ripish, East Brunswick; Mrs. Ella Robinson, Hasbrouck Heights, and Mrs. Ida Marron, Long Island, and one granddaughter. The Hulse Memorial Home, Englishtown, is in charge of arrangements. JAMES G. CARTMAN BRICK TOWNSHIP -James Cartman, 67, of 448 . Lafayette Drive, died yesterday. He lived in Maplewood 30 years before moving here seven years ago. He was retired from his own electrical contracting business. Mr. Cartman was a Navy veteran of World War II. He is survived by his wife, the former Gladys Norton; two daughters, Mrs. Judith Myers, Madison, Wise, and Mrs. Linda Weth, East Hon-over, and one stepdaughter, Mrs. Jean M. Dolin, Seal Beach, Calif., and seven grandchildren. The Charles F. Hausmann and Son Funeral Home, Irvlngton, is In charge of arrangements. MRS. F. HENNESSEY UNION BEACH - Mrs. Caroline Monath Hennessey, 91, of Beachview Ave., died Sunday. She was the widow of Frank Hennessey. Mrs. Hennessey lived In South Orange before moving here a year ago. She is survived by five sons, John F. Monath, Key-port; Charles A. and Frank C. Morath, South Orange; Edwin W. Monath, Orange, and Robert Monath, Springfield, Mass.; three daughters, Mrs. Eleanor Werdann, Clifton; Mrs. Josephine Dafcl-decker and Mrs. Caroline Peterson, here; 17 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren, and two great-greatgrandchildren. The Day Funeral Home, Keyport, is In charge of arrangements. MRS. STEPHEN GROSS HIGHLANDS - Mrs. Kathryn Gross, 69, of Shore Drive, died yesterday. She was a lifelong resident of Highlands and the widow of Stephen Gross. Surviving are two sons, Stephen J., Deal, and Paul, Atlantic Highlands; two daughters, Mrs. heodore Parsons Jr., Rumson, and Mrs. John Black, here; a brother, Kerlan Horan, and two sisters, Mrs. Beatrice Flnkel and Mrs. Ruth Wood, here; 15 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The Posten's Funeral Home, Atlantic Highlands, is in charge of arrangements. MRS. A. STEWART OCEAN GROVE - Mrs. Hazel Stewart, 84, of 11 Seaview Ave., died Sunday. Mrs. Stewart had lived here for 22 years and was formerly of Brooklyn, N.Y. Mrs. Stewart was part owner of the Lakensea Hotel, here, She was the widow of Alexander Stewart. Surviving are her brother, David B. Johnson, with whom she lived, and several nieces and nephews. The Ocean Grove Memorial Home is in charge of arrangements. M. J. HENDRICKSON BERKELEY TOWNSH1P-Mertsl J. Hendrlckson, 76, of 46 Southerland Court, Silver Ridge Park, died Sunday . He moved here four years ago from Jersey City. Mr. Hendrlckson retired in 1964 as a supervisor for Public Service Electric and Gas Co., Jersey City, after 44 years with the company. Surviving are his wife, Caroline Schroeder Hendrlckson; a son, M. Jay, New Orleans; a daughter, Mrs. Carol Stolk, Mesa, Ariz.; a brother, Frank A., here; a sister, Mrs. May H. Schott, here; six grandchildren and a great-granddaughter. The Anderson and Campbell Funeral Home, here, is in charge of arrangements. MRS. A. KURNEL SR. BERKELEY TOWNSHIP Mrs. Lena Kurnel, 69, of 821 Atlantic City Blvd., died Sunday. She was the widow of Anthony Kurnel Sr., who died in 1957. Mr. and Mrs. Kurnel had operated A. Kurnel & Son Texaco Service Station, here. She had lived in Jersey City and Elizabeth before coming here 28 years ago. Surviving are her mother, Mrs. Julia Dominic, Jersey City; a son, Anthony Jr., and a daughter, Mrs. Mary Mitchell, here; three brothers, Salvatore and Lawrence Dominic, Jersey City, and Michael Dominic, Tijuana, Mexico; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Spadoro, Miss Rose De Domenico and Miss Estelle De Doomenico, Jersey City, and two grandsons. The Anderson and Campbell Funeral ' Home, Toms River, is in charge of arrangements. ROBERT C. HILL NEPTUNE - Robert C. (Bobby) Hill, 70, 312 Myrtle Ave., died yesterday. He was the former proprietor of The Crazy Cats Shoe Shine Parlor, Asbury Park. Surviving are two sons, Robert Jr., Asbury Park, and William, here; a daughter, Miss Pamal Hill, Asbury Park; a sister, Mrs. Inez Linder, Asbury Park; four stepdaughters, Mrs. Winifred Haynes, here; Mrs. Josephine Hughes, and Mrs. Shila Solomon, Asbury Park, and Miss Tamara Lawson, New York, and seven step-grandchildren. The James H. Hunt Funeral Hume, Asbury Park, is in charge of the arrangements. MRS. JOHN D URSO LONG BRANCH - Mrs. Wanda M.-D'Urso, 70, of 635 Irving Place, died Dec. 24 while vacationing in Tucson, Ariz. Mrs. D'Uuso had been a resident here for 28 years. She is survived by her husband, John; a daughter, Mrs. Dolores Maccloli, here; a son, John, Tucson; and seven grandchildren. The Palms Mortuary, Tucson, was in charge of arrangements. Mary E. Stack, 74, Retired Teacher MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP Miss Mary Emma Stack, 74, of 162 Middletown Rd., a retired school teacher, died Sunday. She lived in Perth Amboy before moving here in 1968. She taught in the public school system in Perth Amboy for 30 years, and was named an assistant principal in 1950. She retired in 1965. She was an organizer of the American Junior Red Cross in Perth Amboy. Miss Stack is survived by a sister, Mrs. Austin D. Boice, Little Silver, and two nieces. The Worden Funeral Home, Red Bank, is in charge of arrangements. HUGH MLLDOON OCEAN TOWNSHIP -Hugh Muldoon, 47, of 222 Highwood Rd., here and 32-20 S.W. 47th Ave., West Hollywood, Fla., died Sunday, in West Hollywood. Mr. Muldoon was a tile contractor, and was a veteran of the Korean War. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Frances Muldoon, here, and two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Stefanile, here, and Mrs. Kathleen Beck, Seattle, Wash. The Francioni, Taylor & Lopez Funeral Home, Asbury Park, is in charge of arrangements. ARTHUR B. VITALIUS FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Arthur B. Vitalius, 82, of 225 Georgia Ave., died Saturday at . Doctors General Hospital, Plantation. Mr. Vitalius lived in Asbury Park, N.J., before moving here 21 years ago. He was the husband of the late Mrs. Louise A. Vitalius. Mr. Vitalis was a 50-year member and past exalted ruler of B.P.O.E. 128, Asbury Park. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Ruth Hoffman, Ocean Township, N.J.; Mrs. Marilyn Depew, Staunton, Va.. and Mrs. Jeanne" Harvey, Deal, N.J.; 11 grandchildren, and a great-grandcojld. The Fairchild Funeral Home, here, is in charge of arrangements. tdrl Seville ft lea lnnyrm r ( tirp Main Office: 36 Washington St., Toms River Barnegat Forked River Jackson Lakewood Pine Beach Seaside Park Ship Bottom STEPHEN P. ALIKAS CARTARET - Stephen P. Alikas, 37, of 63 Pulaski Ave., a former restaurant manager, died yesterday. He was a former resident of' Matawan. Surviving are his wife, Mary Anne; a son, Stephen Jr., a daughter, Jill, at home; two brothers, Harry, Deal, and Thomas, Holmdel Township; two sisters, Mrs. Georgia Christopher, Summit, and Mrs. Sophie Crocco, Westfield; and his father, Peter, Summit. The Skrocki Funeral Home, Perth Amboy, is in charge of arrangements, and the funeral will be from the Gray Funeral Home, West-field. MRS. CHARLES TILLEY BRADLEY BEACH - Mrs. Eileen R. Monaghan Tilley, 60, of 614 4th Ave., died yesterday. Mrs. Tllley moved here from Kearny 15 years ago. Surviving besides her husband, Charles, and a son, Robert D., here; a daughter, Mrs. Janice Frcidman, Point Pleasant; two sisters, Mrs. Marie Bierals, Cedar Grove Township, Essex County, and Mrs. Patricia Sahll. Hazlet, and two grandchildren. The Daniel A. Rellly Funeral Home, Belmar, is in charge of arrangements. MRS. GEORGE II. KRUM WALL TOWNSHIP - Mrs. Caroline V. Wler Krum, 78, of 2906 Arthur St., died yesterday. Mrs, Krum lived here 20 years and was formerly of Neptune and Neptune City. She was the widow of George H. Krum who died In 1961. She was a charter member of Wall Methodist Church. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Anna Wright, Boca Raton, Fla.; Mrs. Doris Roussell, here, and Mrs. Mildred Hartwick, here; a sister, Mrs. Ada Charlier, Cranford; two brothers, Charles Wier, Cranford, and William Wler, Neptune; seven grandchil dren and sever, great-grandchildren. The Johnson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Limited Effective SHORE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION MRS. JOHN PELLEGRINO SHREWSBURY TOWNSHIP Mrs. Anna Pelle-grino, 78, of 14 Belshaw Ave., died yesterday. Mrs. Pellegrino had lived in. this area for 62 years and here for the past 14 years. Surviving are a son, Vito, Middletown Township; three daughters, Mrs. Vinzie Fon-tana. Red Bank; Mrs. Josephine Celli, Long Branch, and Mrs. Antoinette Mazza, here; four grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. The William S. Anderson Funeral Home, Red Bank, is in charge of arrangements. EMMA D. URMSTON . MATAWAN - Miss Emma D. Urmston, 88, of the Mount Pleasant Manor Nursing Home, died Sunday. Miss Urmston was associated with the Uel Freeman and Sons Real Estate and Insurance Agency, Rahway, for four yeaars before retiring in 1952. She lived here two years and formerly lived in Neptune for four years. Surviving are several nieces and nephews. The Pettit Funeral Home, Rahway, is in charge of " arrangements. FRANK KILBERG FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP - Frank Kilberg, 75, of Sil-oam Rd., died yesterday. Mr. Kilberg had lived here since 1926. He was a retired poultry farmer. Surviving is his wife, the former Elsie Kolodny. The C.H.T. Clayton and Son Funeral Home, Howell Township, is in charge of arrangements. MRS. NICHOLAS CLAY RED BANK - Mrs. Bessie Clay, 95, of 309 Shrewsbury Ave., died Saturday. Mrs. Clay lived here 59 years. She was the widow of Nicholas Clay who died in 1940. Surviving are a son, Eugene, here, and a sister, Mrs. Fannie B. Murray, Lexington, Ky., and three grandchildren. The Chllds Funeral Home is In charge of arrangements. Folks around Ocean County are showing a lot more interest in their money lately. Because a lot more people are saving their money at Jersey Shore Savings Offer Annual Yield A YEAR Mr 6 Year Savings Certificates Minimum $1000 Multiples $1000 Dividends compounded daily on this certificate only. Federal regulations permit withdrawals from Savings Certificates before maturity provided rate of interest on amount withdrawn is reduced to passbook rate and 3 months interest Is forfeited. Annual yield is earned when principal and interest are left on deposit for a full year. m 190 Route 37, Toms River Manahawkin Ortley Beach Silverton Tuckerton MRS. G. H. GIBSON LARGO, Fla. -Mrs. S. Louise Gibson, 80, of 1799 Seminole Blvd., died yesterday. She came here from Holiday City, Dover Township, N. J. in 1971. Mrs. Gibson lived in Brick Township, N.J. from 1931 until 1971. She was a founder of the Womens Service Group of Brick Township First Aid, a charter member of the Brick Township First Aid Organization and was a former trustee of the squad. She was the widow of George H. Gibson. Two daughters, Mrs. Esther M. Scharf and Mrs. Thelma Douglas, here, survive. MRS. WILLIAM KELLEY POINT PLEASANT -Mrs. Esther M. Kelley, 72, of 1235 William St., died Sunday. She was the widow of William Kelley. Mrs. Kelley had lived here for 47 years. Surviving are two sons, William J. and Raymond A., here; a daughter, Miss Esther, at home; a brother, Walter Cieman, Newark, four grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. The Van Hise and Callagan Funeral Home, Point Pleasant Beach, is in charge of arrangements. ROBERT A. ANDERSON FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP Robert A. Anderson, 66, of 149 Woody Rd., died yesterday. Formerly of Middletown Township, Mr. Anderson had lived here five years. He was a retired employe of the Public Service Transportation Co., Maplewood. Surviving is his wife, the former Beatrice Squier. The C. H. T. Clayton Funeral Home, Howell Township, is in charge of arrangements. JOAQUIN M. GILBERT PROVIDENCE, R.I. -Joaquin M. Gilbert, 55, formerly of Eatontown, died Saturday. Surviving are two sons, Joaquin M. Jr. and Jamie, and two daughters, Mrs. Ronald Kinoian and Miss Viola Gilbert, Eatontown. The William S. Anderson Funeral Home, Red Bank, is in charge of arrangements.

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