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tst EDITION' B4 Th Newt-Journal papers Tuesday, Oct 29, 1985 ) i IN MEMORIAM PANTALONE In loving memory of Peter Panlalone, Sr. on hit birthday. Happy Birthday Dear Brother We may not be with you But our hearts and thoughts Are with you today and always. Loved and Missed, Your Sisters Ann and Mary and Brother Gig CARD OF THANKS COVER - The Family of Bill Cover wishes to express Its deepest gratitude for the many kind expressions of sympathy through cards and prayers. The Cover Family DEATH NOTICES . COLLINS - In Union Hospital, ElMon, MO on October 25, IMS. Eugene H. Collins, of Sum- . mlt Bridge Road, Bear, OE who made his home - with Mr. end Mrs. William F. Husfelt. Brother of Mrs. Elizabeth Lawson, Anchorage, Alaska and the late Lewis A. Collins, Sr., Chesapeake City, MD Aged 80 years. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral from the HICKS HOME FOR FUNERALS, Bow and Stockson Streets, Elkton, MD on Tuesay afternoon, October 29, at 1pm. Interment at Townsend Cemetery, Townsend, DE Friends may call at the funeral home on Tuesday one hour prior to servlcetlme. In lieu of flowers contibutlons may be made to Chesapeake City Fire Co., Lock St., Chesapeake City, MS 21915. DOBRANIECKI - In this city on October 26, 1985. Stephen P., husband of Sophie Dobran-. lecki of 4808 Old Capitol Trail, Delpark Manor. Aged 63. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend Mass of Christian Burial at St. John the Beloved Church, 907 Mllltown Road on Wednesday morning, October 30 at 10:30. Interment at All Saints Cemetery. Friends may caH at the MEALEY FUNERAL HOME, Limestone and Mllltown Roads on Tuesday evening from 7-9. HUDSON - At the Newark Emergency on October 27, 1985, George E. Hudson, husband of Jeanne A. (Pare) Hudson of 924 Rahwav Dr., Cherry Hill, Newark. Age 47. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial at Holy Angels RC. Church, 88 Possum Park Rd., Newark on Wednesday, October 30th at 10:30. Interment In All Saints Cemetery. Friends may call on Tuesday evening after 7 at the SPICER-MULLIKIN & WARWICK FUNERAL HOME, 121 W. Park Place, Newark. Those who desire may make contributions to the Cancer Society, 1708 Loverlng Ave., Wllm., 19803. JOINES - Near Elkton, MD., on October 24, 1985, Jerry Leigh Joines, husband of Christina Marie Joines of 70 Summit Trailer Court, Glasgow, DE. Age 25 years. Relatives and friends are - Invited to ellend the funeral service on Wednes- - day afternoon, October 30 al 2:00 at ROBERT T. JONES 8, SON FUNERAL HOME, 122 W. Main ' St., Newark. Interment In Newark Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Tuesday evening from 7 until 9. KINSEY - In the Parkview Nursing Home on October 28, 1985, Edith Jenet, wife of the lale Joseph C. Kinsev, age 90 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial at the Church of the Holy Child, 2500 Naamans Rd., Wilmington, on Thursday morning, October 31 at 11:00. Interment All Saints Cemetery. Friends may call at the GEBHART - FUNERAL HOME, 3401 Philadelphia Pike, Claymont, on Wednesday evening from 7 to 9. LEMON - Robert R., formerly of Wilmington, died In Houston, Tx on October 26, 1985. Survived by wife, Eleanor Durney Lemon of Houston; sons R. Marty of Houston, H. Daniel of ' Chicago, daughter 8. son-in-law Pamela 4 ' Gerald Scarmardi of Houston. Sisters Margaret ' Mulshnock & Betsy Webb. Brothers Francis, - Joseph, Charles & Daniel all of Wilmington and ' John of Pennsylvania. LYSINGER - In the Christiana Hospital on Oct. 25, Blanche V. Moore, wife of the lale William Lee Lysinger Sr. of 115 Chelten Apis, New Castle, aged 71 vrs. Relatives and friends ' are invited to attend the funeral services at the GEBHART FUNERAL HOME, 531 Delaware ' St., New Castle on Tuesday, morning, Oct. 29 at 11 o'clock. Interment Gracelawn Memorial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home 1 hr. prior to services. MARTIN - In this city on October 26, 1985, John (Buck) Martin, age 49, ot 1220 oarascnes Lane. Father of Suzette, Margaurite, Nadene and Lisa, all of Wilmington and Debbie of California. Brother of Mary L. Ellis of New Castle. Also survived by a host of other relatives and friends. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services al CONGO FUNERAL HOME, 201 N. Gray Ave. on Wednesday October 30 at 8PM. Interment In Rolling Green Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Wednesday from 6-8PM. The family will receive friends at 105 Ryan Ave., Rose Hill. MASSE LLO - Suddenly In this citv on October 26, 1985, Bettv Jane Massello, aged 21 years. Daughter of Joseph & Belly Jane (Shrivery) Massello of 216 N. Bancroft Pkwy. Relatives and friends are Invited lo attend the funeral services on Wednesday morning at 9am from the CHARLES P. ARCARO FUNERAL HOME, 2309 Lancaster Ave, opposite Cathedral Cemetery. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered al St. Thomas The Apostle Church RC Church, 4th & Bancroft Pkwy el 10am. Interment will be at Cathedral Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Tuesday evening after 7pm. MITCHELL - In the St Francis Hospital on Sunday, October 27, 1985, Richard E. Mitchell, Sr. husband of Florence M. Mitchell of 100 Latimer Drive, Latimer Estates, aged 73 years. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Wednesday, October 30th, al 10am from the St . Elizabeth's RC Church, 809 S. Broom St. Friends mav call Tuesday evening after 7pm from the MCCRERY MEMORIAL CHAPEL, Klrkwood Hgwy & Duncan Rd. Interment All Saints Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the American Cancer Society, 1708 Lovering Avenue, Wilmington, D( 19806. MONTGOMERY - In Riverside Hospital on October 26, 1985, John C. Montgomery, age 86, of Union Church Rd., Townsend. Husband of the lale Mary Montgomery. Uncle of Cora L. Black-son of Townsend, Dorothy and Marie Johnson of Phila. and Stanford Hopkins of Townsend. Brother-in-law of Mary Montgomery of Town-send and Leroy Briscoe of Chicago, IL. Father-in-law of Dorothy Briscoe of Townsend. Also survived by a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services at Haven Methodist Chuch, Townsend on Saturday, November 2, at 1pm. Interment in Massev Cemetery, Clayton, DE. Friends may call at the church on Saturday from 11 to 1 pm. Arrangements by CONGO FUNERAL HOME. PARKER - In this city on October 28, 1985, Elizabeth Cooper (Betty), wife of Harry H. Parker of 1203 Norbee Dr,, Normandy Manor. Aged 73 years. Relatives & friends are invited to attend the Memorial Services from Aldersgale United Methodist Church on Thursday morning, October 31, at 11 o'clock. Interment will be private. There will be no viewing. In lieu of flowers, contributions mav be made to the American Cancer Society, 1708 Loverlng Ave., Wilm., DE 19806 or lo Aldersgale United Methodist Church Memorial Fund, 2313 Concord Pk, Wilm., DE 19803. Arrangements by the MCCRERY FUNERAL HOME. PATTON - In Beebe Hospital, Lewes on October 27, 1985, DeVere L. Pallon, aged 76, of Millsboro and formerly of 815 N. Clayton SI, Wilmington. Husband of Lilvan Reed Patton, father ol DeVere R. Patton, Sr of Wilm, grandfather of Danielle C. and DeVere R. Patton, Jr, father-in-law of Charily Patton and brother-in-law of Mabel Reed. Also survived bv a host of relatives and friends. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services at St. Matthews Episcopal Church, 700 Walnut St on Wednesday, October 30 at 12:30pm. Interment In Rolling Green Cemetery. Friends mav call at the CONGO FUNERAL HOME, 201 N. Gray Ave on Wednesday from 11am-12 Noon. Please omit flowers. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the Delaware Heart Association, Trolley Square or The Tuesday Afternoon Guild, St. Matthews Episcopal Church. SHARPLEY In this city on Saturday, October 26, 1985, James E. Sharpley III of 2307 N. Harrison St. Aged 32 years. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral from the DOHERTY-WICKERSHAM FUNERAL HOME, 3200 Limestone Rd, on Wednesday morning, October 30 at 9:00. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at SI. John The Beloved Church, Milltown Rd al 9:30. Interment St. Joseph's On The Brandvwine Lower Cemetery. Friends mav call at the Doherlv-Wickersham Funeral Home on Tuesday evening after 7:00. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the O'Leary Sharpley Children's Memorial Fund, 741 8th Ave., Wilm., DE 19808. Valet parking service. SNODGRASS - In Union Hosp, Elkton, MD on October 27, 1985, John H. Snodgrass, father of Mrs. Ruth S. McMillan, North East, Md and Wiley David Snodgrass, Grand Junction, Colo. Brother of Ernest and Wiley P. Snodgrass, Mrs. Richie Harris, Mrs. Helen Mason, Mrs. Marion Connor and Mrs. Marie Turr, also survived by 4 Granochildren and 5 Great Grandchildren. Age 73 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the services at HICKS HOME FOR . FUNERALS, Bow & Stockton Sts, Elkton, MD . on Wednesday evening, October 30, 1985, al 8:30PM. Friends may call al the funeral home on Wednesday evening, from 7-8:30PM. Interment Gilpin Manor Memorial Park. RICHARDSON - On October 26, 1985. Jack Richardson, of Federalsburg, MD Beloved husband of Martha LeCompte Richardson. Dear father of Linda Johnson, Fave Layton, William and Brian Richardson. Brother of William and Marshall Richardson. Also survived bv 3 grandchildren. Services at the FRAMPTON HAWKINS FUNERAL HOME, Federalsburg, Md on Tuesday afternoon at I o'clock. Friends mav call at the funeral home this evening from 7 til 9.1 Obituaries Florence H. Evans, 78, taught school for 30 years OCEAN VIEW - Florence H. Evans, 78, of West Avenue, died at home Sunday of cancer. Mrs. Evans was an elementary school teacher for 30 years. She retired in 1972 after 20 years with the Alfred I. du Pont School District near Wilmington. She moved to Ocean View in 1976. She was a member of Ocean View Presbyterian Church. She was a charter member of the Chatter box Club of Ocean View. She is survived by her husband of 53 years, J. Maurice Evans; a son, James M. Jr. of Houston, Texas; a C.M. Kennedy; former golf pro PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. - Clinton M. Kennedy, 71, of 4385 Golfer's Circle West, formerly of Wilmington, Del., died of a heart attack Saturday in Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center. Mr. Kennedy, formerly of Oak Lane Manor, north of Wilmington, was the former golf pro at Rock Manor Country Club in Wilmington, and was a member of the Professional Golfers Association of America. He toured with the PGA for several years during the 1960s before accepting a position as top pro at Maple Dale Country Club in Dover, Del. Surviving are his wife, Marion; and a brother, Harold of Okeechobee, Fla. Services will be tonight at 8 in Northwood Funeral Home, West Palm Beach. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the American Heart Association of Delaware, 4-C Trolley Square, Wilmington 19806. Martha P. Shackelford Martha P. Shackelford, 61, of 2506 Garth Road, Chalfonte, died of cancer Saturday in Wilmington Hospital. Mrs. Shackelford received a bachelor's degree with honors in 1945 from Hood College, Frederick, Md. She had worked for three years with American Lines in New York City. She was active in improving public schools in Richmond and Staunton, Va., and in Wilmington, according to her family. She was a volunteer in the Mental Health Association of Delaware and coordinator of the socialization group that met at Cathedral Church of St. John, Concord Avenue and Market Street. She was a former member of the American Association of University Women and the King's Daughters, a hospital auxiliary in Staunton. She was a member of Calvary Episcopal Church and a former member of the choir. She is survived by her husband, E. Donald; two sons, Stephen C. of Dallas, Texas, and Andrew L. of Wilmington; two daughters, Elizabeth V. Shackelford of Atlanta, Ga., and Ellen G. Drane of Wilmington; and three grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Calvary Episcopal Church, Fourth and Rodney streets, Wilmington. There will be no viewing. Burial will be private. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Calvary Episcopal Church, Fourth and Rodney streets, Wilmington 19805. James E. Sharpley III A Mass of Christian Burial for James E. Sharpley, who was killed early Saturday in a motorcycle accident on Interstate 95, will be offered Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in St. John the Beloved Catholic Church, S07 Milltown Road. Police said Sharpley, 32, of 2307 N. Harrison St., was on an elevated section of the highway when his cycle struck a concrete border. He and a passenger were thrown over the wall. Their bodies were found about five hours later in a grassy area off West Second Street. Mr. Sharpley was an automobile body repairman, most recently with Sheehy Ford in Wilmington. He also had worked for Tom Henry Auto Collision in New Castle. He is survived by a son, Sean T. O'Leary; a daughter, Heather Lynn Sharpley; his mother, Mary E. of Wilmineton; two brothers, Paul F. of Clayton and Joseph T. of Wilmington; and a sister, Mary Lou Houghton of Wilmington. Friends may call after 7 tonight at Doherty-Wickersham Funeral Home, 3200 Limestone Road. Burial will be in St. Joseph's on the Brandywine Lower Cemetery. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the O'Leary Sharpley Memorial Fund, to benefit Mr. Sharpley's'children, in care of 741 Eighth Ave. Wilmington 19808. DEATH NOTICES SHACKELFORD In the Wilmington Hospital on October 26, 1985, Martha P. Shackleford, aged 61 years, of 2506 Garth Rd, Chaltonle. Wife of E. Donald Shackleford. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services at Calvary, Episcopal Church, 4th & Rodney Sts, on Wednesday morning, October 30, at 10 o'clock. Interment is private. There will be no viewing. Instead of flowers the family suggests contributions to Calvary Episcopal Church, 4th & Rodney Sts, Wilmington, DE 19805. Arrangements by the CHANDLER FUNERAL HOMES. daughter, Barbara E. Slavin of Hockessin; a brother, Thomas E. Hickman Jr. of Ocean View; and four grandchildren. Services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Ocean View Presbyterian Church, Central Avenue. There will be no viewing. Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery. Instead of flowers, the family "suggests contributions to Ocean View Presbyterian Church, Box 287, Ocean View 19970, or to Delaware Hospice, care of Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, 801 Middleford Road, Seaford 19973. Jack Richardson FEDERALSBURG, Md. - Jack Richardson, 58, of Liberty Road, died of a heart attack Saturday at home. Mr. Richardson, a lifelong Federalsburg resident, was a millwright for 38 years with Du Pont Co. in Seaford, Del. He was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5246, Federalsburg. He is survived by his wife, the former Martha LeCompte; two sons, Brian of Federalsburg and William of Bridgeville, Del.; two daughters, Linda Johnson of Seaford, Del., and Faye Layton of Denton; two brothers, William and Marshall, both of Federalsburg; and three grandchildren. Services will be today at 1 p.m. at Frampton-Hawkins Funeral Home, Federalsburg. Burial will be in Hillcrest Cemetery, Federalsburg. Richard E. Mitchell Sr. Richard E. Mitchell Sr., 73, of 100 Latimer Drive, Latimer Estates, died Sunday in St. Francis Hospital after an apparent heart attack at home. Mr. Mitchell was a salesman at Wilmington Supply Co. for 30 years. He retired in 1983. He is survived by his wife, Florence M.; a son, Richard E. Jr. of Ocean View; a daughter, Patricia Ann Breger of Wilmington; seven grandchildren and a great-grandson. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered Wednesday at 10 a.m. in St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church, 809 S. Broom St. Friends may call after 7 tonight at McCrery Memorial Chapel, Kirkwood Highway and Duncan Road. Burial will be in All Saints Cemetery. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society, 1708 Lovering Ave., Wilmington 19806. Philip F.Guerke Philip F. Guerke, 93, formerly of Seton Drive, Bellevue Manor, died of heart failure Sunday in Masonic Home of Delaware, 4800 Lancaster Pike, where he had lived for five years. Mr. Guerke retired in 1962 as traffic manager for the Delaware Chamber of Commerce, where he had worked for 33 years. He was the first traffic manager at the Wilmington Marine Terminal from 1923 to 1929. He had also worked in the traffic division at Du Pont Co. He was co-founder and past president of the Traffic CIud of Wilmington, and a board member of the Delaware Safety Council and, Junior Achievement of Wilmington. He was a member of the Traffic Club of Philadelphia, the Atlantic Shippers Advisory Board, the La Salle College Advisory Committee, the Industrial Traffic League, the National Association of Commercial Secretaries and the National Street and Highway Committee. He was a member of Eureka Lodge 23, AF&AM. His first wife, Florence M., died in 1934. His second wife, Gladys E., died in 1950. He is survived by two sons, Irvin of Wilmington and Richard L. of Bethany Beach; a stepson, Paul Taylor of Wilmington; five grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Services will be Wednesday at 1 1 a.m. in McCrery Memorial Funeral Home, 3924 Concord Pike, Talley-ville, where friends may call after 10:30 a.m. Burial will be in River-view Cemetery. Dorothy M. Conoway SEAFORD - Dorothy M. Conoway, 72, of Sussex 483, died at home Sunday of a heart attack. Mrs. Conoway was a homemak-er. She is survived by her husband, Carlton J.; a daughter, Geraldine Mitchell, of Salisbury, Md.; a sister, Virginia LeCates, of Laurel; two grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren. Services will be Wednesday at 2 &,m. in Marvel-Short Funeral ome, East Grove Street, Delmar, where friends may call after 1. Burial will be in St. Stephen's Cemetery, Delmar. Instead of flowers, the tamiiy suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society, Railroad Avenue and Depot Street, Georgetown 19947. Lloyd V.Killen Sr. DOVER - Lloyd V. Killen Sr., 81, of 1925 S. Du Pont Highway, died of heart failure Sunday in Kent General Hospital. Mr. Killen was a carpenter for 26 years. He was a member of Carpenter's Local 626 of New Castle. He retired about 20 years ago. His wife, Pearl, died in 1977. Surviving are a son, Lloyd V. Jr. of Camden; two daughters, Alice Bailey of Dover and Naomi Carmean of Branden, Fla.; a brother, Willis Killen of Petersburg; two sisters, Mildred Venable of Greenwood and Elizabeth Kemp of Harrington; nine grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Trader Funeral Home, 12 Lotus St., where friends may call after noon. Burial will be in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Camden. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Whatcoat United Methodist Church, 16 N. Main St., Camden 19934. Sarah E.Wehb THOMPSONVILLE - Sarah E. Webb, 93, of R.D. 2, died Sunday at home. Mrs. Webb was a member of the Sardis United Methodist Church in Thompsonville, and the Capt. Jonathan Caldwell chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She was also a member of the Founders and Patriots of America, the Milford Historical Society, the Milford Grange and Millwoods Sunshine. Her husband, Francis Albert Jr., died in 1956. Surviving are three sons, James S. and Thomas P., both of Milford, and F. Albert of Houston; nine grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Services will be 2 p.m. Thursday in Berry Funeral Home, Northwest Front Street, Milford, where friends may call Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. Burial will be in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Milford. Precious Renee Purnell MILLSBORO - Precious Renee Purnell, 26 days old, daughter of Larry D. Phillips and Ronetta Purnell, of R.D. 5, died Thursday in Christiana Hospital, near Stanton. She was born prematurely. Besides her parents, she is sur vived by a brother, Derell, at home; two sisters, Mellisa and Larisha Purnell, both at home; her maternal grandmother, Agnes Purnell of Millsboro; and her paternal grandparents, Shirley Collick of Frank-ford and Clarence Posten of Snow Hill. Graveside services will be at 3 p.m. today in Curtis Church Cemetery, Campbelltown Road, Bishop-ville. David Bennett David Bennett, 86, of 513 Birmingham Ave., Woodcrest, died of respiratory failure Sunday in Christiana Hospital. Mr. Bennett, a mechanic for the Du Pont Co.'s Edgemoor Plant for 23 years, retired in 1975. Earlier he had been a mechanic for American Viscose Division, FMC, in Front Royal, Va. He was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and moved to the United States in 1905. He was an Army veteran of World War I. He was a charter member of the Viscoe Fire Company of Marcus Hook, Pa. He was a member of Unity Lodge 146, AF&AM of Front Royal, the Delaware Consistory, Nur Temple and Calvary Presbyterian Church. He is survived by his wife, Orpha.and a sister, Margaret Butler of Marcus Hook. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Calvary United Presbyterian Church, 701 S. Maryland Ave. Friends may call tonight from 7 to 9 at Nichols Funeral Home, 212 E. Justis St., Newport, where Masonic services will begin at 7:30. Burial will be in Lawncroft Cemetery, Linwood, Pa. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Calvary Presbyterian Church, 701 S. Maryland Ave., Wilmington 19804. Jerry Leigh Joines Jerry Leigh Joines, 25, of 70 Summit Trailer Court, Glasgow, was found dead Saturday in an automobile off Old Point Road near Elkton, Md. Maryland State Police in North East, Md., said Mr. Joines apparently committed suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning. A hose was found leading from the car's exhaust pipe into the car. Mr. Joines was an assembler with Chrysler Corp. in Newark for five years. He is survived by his wife, Christina Marie; a son, Christopher Leigh, and a daughter, Tiffany Marie, at home; his parents, Jesse S. and Virginia B. of Newark; a brother, Roger, of Old Mill Manor; a half-brother, Michael, of Street, Md.; his paternal grandmother, Wanda Joines, of Dublin, Md.; and his maternal grandmother, Bertha Black, of Burnsville, N.C. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Robert T. Jones and Son Funeral Home, .122 W. Main St., Newark, where friends may call today from 7 to 9 p.m. Burial will be in Newark Cemetery, North Chapel Street. Elizabeth DeYulis CARNEYS POINT, N.J. - Elizabeth DeYulis, 64, of 319 Justice Drive, died of cancer Sunday in Christiana Hospital, Stanton, Del. Mrs. DeYulis, a lifelong resident of the Carneys Point area, was a member of Corpus Christi Catholic Church. Her husband, Mario A. Sr., died in 1982. She is survived by a son, Mario A. Jr. at home; three daughters, Marion DeYulis of New Castle, Del., Joan F. Adams and Jean M. DeYulis, both of Carneys Point; four brothers, Ermando and Perino, both of Pennsville, John and Anthony Crescenzi, both of Carneys Point; two sisters, Mary San-tagrossi of Penns Grove and Lena Pino of Quinton; and eight grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered Wednesday at 11 a.m. in Corpus Christi Catholic Church, Georgetown Road, Carneys Point. Friends may call after 9:30 a.m. at Adams Funeral Home, 131 S. Broad St., Penns Grove. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Swedes-boro. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the American Cancer bociety, 4 Bowen Ave., Woodstown 08098. Richard L.Senft CHADDS FORD, Pa. - Richard L. Senft, 66, of Hillendale Road, died of cancer Monday at home. Mr. Senft was a cost analyst for General Motors Corp. at the Boxwood Road assembly plant near Wilmington, Del., for 32 years. He retired in 1975. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and American Legion, both of Kennett Square. He is survived by his wife, the former Lois Ross; two sons, Richard Jr. of Logan, Utah, and Daniel at home; a daughter, Lorraine Loper of Greenwich, N.J.; two sisters, Frances Gilbert of York, and Phyllis Zuch of Newark, Del.; and two grandchildren. Services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Presbyterian Church of Kennett Square, 200 S. Broad St. There will be no viewing. Burial will be private. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the Kennett Area Senior Center, South Wal nut Street, Kennett Square 19J48. Edith Janet Kinsey Edith Janet Kinsey, 90, of 2304 Larkwood Drive, Lancashire, died Monday in Parkview Convalescent Center, 2801 W. Sixth St. Mrs. Kinsey worked for 15 years for the U.S. Post Office in Chicago. She retired in 1956. She was a member of the Church of the Holy Child, Wilmington. She was an avid patchwork quilter. Her husband, Joseph C, died in 1954. Surviving are two sons, Joseph C. of Washington, D.C., and Gordon D. of Wilmington; a brother, William Denison of Rice Lake, Wise; and seven grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 11 a.m. Thursday in the Church of the Holy Child, 2500 Naamans Road, Wilmington. Friends may call Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at Gebhart Funeral Home, 3401 Philadelphia Pike. Burial will be in All Saints Cemetery, Kirkwood Highway. Mina June Sampson MILLSBORO - Mina June Green Sampson, 60, of R.D. 4, died at her home Sunday. The state medical examiner's office is determining the cause of death. Mrs. Sampson was a homemak-er. She was formerly of Earleville, Md. She moved to Millsboro in 1975. Her husband, Clyde, died in 1981. Mrs. Sampson is survived by two sons, Kenneth Van Den Heuvel and Robert Van Den Heuvel, both of Earleville; two brothers, Dewey Green of Franklin, W.Va., and Donald Green of West Virginia; four sisters, Lola Mae Coe, Gertrude Marshall, Edith Hunt and Celta Helen Cook, all of Welsh, W.Va.; and four grandchildren. Services will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. in Fellows Funeral Home, 226 E. Main St., Cecilton, Md. There will be no viewing. Burial will be in Cecilton Zion Cemetery. Elizabeth C. Parker Elizabeth C. Parker, 73, of 1203 Norbee Drive, Normandy Manor, died of cancer Monday in Christiana Hospital. Mrs. Parker, a 1934 graduate of Washington College, Chestertown, Md., taught English and shorthand at Goldey Beacom College in Wilmington for many years. She retired in 1972. She was recording secretary and a member of the board of directors at Gilpin Hall. She is survived by her husband, Harry H; a daughter, Joan P. Johnson of Hockessin; and two grandsons. Memorial services will be Thursday at 11 a.m. in Aldersgate United Methodist Church, 2313 Concord, Pike. There will be no viewing.fBur-ial will be private. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society, 1708 Lovering Ave., Wilmington 19806 or to Aldersgate United Methodist Church Memorial Fund, 2313 Concord Pike, Wilmington 19803. Willis W. Alexander, banker, dies Associated Press WASHINGTON - Willis W. Alexander, a former executive vice president of the American Bankers Association, has died of cancer, the organization said Monday. He was 66. Alexander, who died on Sunday, retired in April after 16 years as the group's chief staff executive. He headed a staff of more than 400 at the association's headquarters in Washington. The ABA is the largest trade association of commercial banks, and the combined assets of its member banks represent approximately 95 percent of the industry total, according to the association. In addition to his role as a national banking leader, Alexander, whose hometown was Trenton, Mo., was co-publisher of the Trenton Republican-Times and chairman of the board of the Trenton Trust Co. He is survived by his wife, Sandy, of Reston, Va., and two daughters, Meg and Mary Kay. $70,000 in jewelry disappears Associated Press ATLANTIC CITY - An Ohio man reported losing nearly $70,000 in jewelry over the weekend after he and a friend invited two women back to their condominium here and then fell asleep, police said Monday. Sgt. Al Rongione said the robbery appeared to be similar to others that have occurred in this gambling resort and involved the drugging of victims with a powerful sedative called scopalomine. He said that the two men, whose names and addresses were withheld by authorities, told police they met the women at about 1 a.m. Sunday at a casino hotel and invited them to their condominium in the Chelsea section. Police said the jewelry owner said he locked his valuables in a closet and put the key in his pants pocket before going into a bedroom to have a drink with one of the women. The 37-year-old man said he began to feel dizzy after having the drink and fell asleep, Rongione said. The second man, also 37, said he went into another bedroom and fell asleep, waking up about 3:45 a.m., the sergeant said. Rongione said that the friend went in to check on the jewelry owner and reported that he ap-' peared to be drugged. The men then noticed that the locked closet had been opened with the key, and the women were gone, police said. Among the items reported stolen were a gold watch valued at $20,000, two diamond rings worth a total of $22,000, a jade and diamond ring, and an 18-karat gold bracelet, police said. The men also reported $2,000 in cash missing. Hospital admissions Kent General, Dover Oct. 25: Susan Reuben, Dover; Tamara Burns, Dover; Barbara Miller, Dover; Mary Williams, Magnolia; Vera Bush, Camden; Linda Drummer, Dover; Margaret Boyd, Camden; Eleanor Gleason, Dover. Oct. 26: Patricia Caldwell, Dover; Deidre Gleason, Smyrna; Victoria Poslles, Clayton. Oct. 27: Kathleen Steele, Kenton; Ingrid Williams, Dover; Madge Harrison, Cheswold; Wilber Durham, Dover; Orville Halleday, Wyoming; Sandra Curran, Smyrna. Milford Memorial Oct. 23: Richard Carbin, Lincoln; Edna Carter, Milford; Joseph Coverdale, Lincoln; Anna Deputy, Frederica: Jerome Fidderman Jr., Millsboro; John Hall III, Frankford; Harry Jackson, Frederica; Karen Laoinsky, Frederica; Charles Loper, Lincoln; Elsie Marvel, Georgetown; Karen Mumford, Millsboro; Laura Ray, Bridgeville; Patricia Salevan, Lewes; Margaret Schaeffer, Millsboro; Carolyn Silicato, Milford: James Warrington, Houston; Earl Wyckoff, Milton. Oct. 24: Tracy Acree, Harrington; Elizabeth Barczak, Milford; Anthony Beamon, Viola; Laura Benton, Milford; Matthew Brittingham, Lewes; Paul Collins, Millsboro; Edna Dicker-son, Harrington; Edward Dill, Harrington; Audrey Hope, Lincoln; Alberta Lotland, Milton; Elizabeth Nock, Greenwood; Wilbur Simpson Jr., Georgetown; Wayne Thompson, Milford; Olive Vann, Houston; Dorothy Warringlon, Harrington; Leon Willey, Bridgeville. Beebe, Lewes Oct. 25: Harry G. Sheaffer Sr., Georgetown. Oct. 26: Gerald T. Adkins, Rehoboth Beach; Anthony L. Bryan, Milton; Jean C. Kay, Rehoboth Beach; Stephen M. Kovtonuk, Clavmont; John H. Mansure, Lansdowne, Pa.; Bessie A. Webb, Dagsboro; Dorothy H. Wharton, Salisbury, Md. Oct. 27: Carl A. Anderson, Aston, Pa.; Guy C. Baker Jr., Millsboro; Maude A. Campbell, Lewes; Doryl C. Greene, Georgetown; Tamika M. Jovner, Millsboro; Ali Kertetenoglu, Rehoboth Beach; Howard E. Lee, Millsboro; Morris 1 J. Lewis, Millsboro; Paul Matthews, Georgetown; Charles O. Melvin, Rehoboth Beach; Ira ' Murray, Millsboro; Walter S. Shelton, Millsboro; Barbara J. Willey, Millsboro. 700 Legal Notices The Spol Restaurant, Inc. TA The Spot Restaurant hereby intends to file application with the Delaware Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission for a Restaurant license to sell alcoholic liquors for consumption On the premises where sold, said premises being located at 226 Main Street, Millsboro, Delaware 19966. Oct. 28,29,30,K&S 346086 itr-ri i- r - - -i r a.ti

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