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A6 THE NEWS JOURNAL MONDAY, JULY 19, 1993 r Former university dean, engineer David Arm, 89 By JOHN WARD Special to The News Journal BRANDYWINE HUNDRED David L. Arm of Forwood Manor, a former University of Delaware engineering dean and engineering expert, died Saturday of heart failure at home. He was 89. Mr. Arm was widely recognized as a safety engineering expert and appeared on television and radio interviews, including NBC Today and Radio Free Europe. He edited three science books, wrote several articles for educational and technical publications, and edited a professional journal, Engineering Division Record. In the 1930s, he wrote and produced a teaching film called "A Study of Gears." He is listed in Who's Who in America, Who's Who in Engineering, and American Men of Science. From 1959 until his 1971 retirement, he was physical science administrator for Office of Scientific Research with the Air Force, in Washington, D.C. and Alamo-gordo, N.M. For eight years, he directed that office's yearly three-week science seminar, which featured several Nobel winners and drew several hundred scientists and engineers to Alamogordo. From 1955 to 1959, he was director of industrial safety for the National Safety Council in Chicago. He moved to Delaware in 1946 to become dean of the School of Engineering at University of Delaware, where he worked for eight years. He supervised the education of many returning World War II veterans. Mr. Arm also spent time officiating at UD track and crosscountry events. The News Journal described him as "highly regarded as an efficient administrator, well known by industrial personnel throughout the country, and active in many professional engineering societies." From 1951 to 1952, he spent a year at DuPont Co.'s Engineering Department on leave from the university. "Mrs. Arm and I have enjoyed almost nine years residence in Delaware," he said when he left the university in 1955. "And we are reluctant to leave the many friends we have made." During World War II, he supervised the training of over 4000 men in submarine and amphibious skills at U.S. Navy Diesel School, which he organized at The Rev. R. Gordon Given, 78 SEAFORD The Rev. R. Gor don Given, a Methodist minister for 36 years on the Delmarva Peninsula, died Saturday in Nanti-coke Memorial Hospital after a heart attack at home. He was 78. The Rev. Given served congregations in Roxana, Lincoln, Bethel and Frederica, and, in Maryland, Vienna, Sharptown, Bishopville, Whaleysville, Vernon, Trappe, Quantico, Rock Hall and Crapo. His last church was Trinity Methodist, Roxana, from 1980 until his retirement in 1982. He was active in the fire departments of many of the towns in which he lived and was a member of Sharptown Lions Club. After retiring, he enjoyed traveling, gardening and mechanical work. He was ordained in Barrett's Chapel, Frederica, in 1947. He graduated from Asbury Theological Seminary and Asbury College, GEORGE R. CAHALL, 78, of rural Dover, died Friday of respiratory failure in Kent General Hospital. For 20 years, Mr. Cahall owned and operated Cahall's Tavern on U.S. 13 near Cheswold. The tavern was known for its dance floor and country and western music. After selling the tavern in 1968, he operated goose pits and duck blinds at the farm of retired Superior Judge George C. Wright Jr. on Delaware 9 south of Woodland Beach. He was chief of Cheswold Fire Company and was president of Ducks Unlimited, Delaware. Mr. Cahall, who grew up near In Memoriam AINS WORTH In loving memory of Myrtle K. Ainsworth on her 1 00th birthday July 19 1993 Daughter Barbara Funeral Notices BROWN In the Christiana Hospital on July 12, 1993, Shonda Kennlsha-Lynette Brown. Age 21. Of 2309 Jefferson St. Daughter of Linda and Kenneth Brown, Sr. Sister of Shoneka, Kendelvnn, Kendra, and Kenneth Brown, Jr., all of Wilm. Also survived bv seven aunts, nine uncles, maternal grandparents, George W. Righter, Sr. and the late Lenora Righter. Paternal grandparents Harold and the Rev. Lula Brown, all of Wllm. Devoted friends, Kim Singleton and Juanlta Foster, a godson Kasaun Singleton, other relatives and many friends. Funeral Services will be held at Carter Temple Church of God for All People, 40M New Castle Ave. on Tuesday, July 20 at 1 2:00 noon. Viewing 10:00 am -12:00 pm. Interment In Silverbrook Cemetery. Arrangements by CONGO FUNERAL HOME. Iowa State College, Ames. During the war, he also helped survey local industry and place ordnance contracts as Iowa's liaison officer with the Army, a position named by the governor. He headed the department of mechanical engineering at Iowa State College in the 1940s after teaching mechanical engineering at Purdue University and Lafayette College. He was chair and secretary of Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities, Engineering Division and vice president of National Society of Professional Engineers. He was a member of Joint Committee on Training for Government Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; was elected life member of American Society of Mechanical Engineers; and served on the National Council, American Society of Engineering Education. He was first president of Delaware Engineering Association, which he helped start in 1949; chair of Wilmington Section, American Society of Mechanical Engineers; and vice president of Delaware Society of Professional Engineers. He was a member of American Rocket Society and the engineering honorary fraternities, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi, and Pi Tau Sigma. He earned a master's and bachelor's in mechanical engineering from Lafayette College in the 1930s. He also did graduate work at Pennsylvania State and Lehigh universities and University o: Michigan. He began his college studies at Penn State in 1925 where he was a member of its first cross-country team to win an intercollegiate championship. He grew up in Easton, Pa. After his 1971 retirement, he and his wife returned to Delaware, first to Hockessin, then to Newark, where he enjoyed golfing and reading. They moved to Forward Manor in 1988. He was a member of Hockessin United Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Rena Miller Arm, and a sister, Emily Fraunfelder of Easton, Pa. A service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in Chandler Funeral Home, Talleyville. Burial will be private. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Tau Beta Pi Association, Dougherty Hall, Room 508, University of Tennessee, Knoxville 37996 or Medic Alert Foundation, Box 1009, Turlock, Calif. 95381. both in Wilmore, Ky. He grew up in Chesapeake City, Md. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Lois Anderson Given; three sons, Richard G. of Delmar, Md., James A. of Ellendale and John T. of Greenwood; a daughter, Ruth A. Griffith of Seaford; a brother, William H. of Elkton, Md.; a sister, Emily H. Given of Chesapeake City, Md.; and eight grandchildren. A service will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in St. John's United Methodist Church, Poplar and Pine streets, Seaford. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday in Cranston Funeral Home, 300 Shipley St., Seaford. Burial will be in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Seaford. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to American Heart Association or St. John's United Methodist Church, Seaford. Wilmington, operated a farm in Middletown. He moved to Dover in the late 1940s. His wife of about 40 years, Flora M., died in 1987. He is survived by a stepson, Donald Dean of Dover and a stepdaughter, De-lores Richey of Pittsburgh. A service will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Faeries Funeral Home, 29 S. Main St., Smyrna, where friends may call from 7 to 9 tonight. Burial will be in Grace-lawn Memorial Park, Minqua-dale. ESTHER W. CAREY, 72, of Laurel, died Sunday of heart failure Funeral Notices DAY In this city on July U, 1993 Clayton G husband of Hester M., 3120 Wllmont Dr, Carleton. Age 83 years. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the services on Tuesday morning July 20 at 11am from the MC CRERY MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 3924 Concord Pike, Talleyville, where friends may call 1 hour prior to service time. Interment will be In Red Clay Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Mount Lebanon United Methodist Church Memorial Fund, 850 Mount Lebanon Rd, Wilmington, DE 19803 DELLA PELLE SR. On July IS, 1993, Robert G. Delia Pelle Sr. of Kennett Sq., Husband of Angela Urbanl. Father of Robert G. Delia Pelle Jr., Nicholas P. Delia Pelle and Vivian Anton. Brother of Dr. Nicholas A. Delia Pella. Also survived by 3 grandchildren. Relatives aand friends are Invited to his funeral from the RILEY & DELLA VECCHIA FUNERAL HOME INC., CYPRESS & MARSHALL STS., KENNETT SQ. at 9AM Tuesday, July 20, 1993. Mass of Christian Burial at 10AM at St. Patricks Church, Cypress & Meredith Sts., Kennett Sq. Interment St. Patricks Cem., Kennett Twp. Viewing 7-9PM Mowmv & 9-9 30AM Tuesday at the funeral home. (Parking on premises). EASTBURN On July 14, 1993, Mary E. Wife of the late Warren W. Eastburn of 2802 Washington Ave., Roseiie. Age 78 years. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial at St. Catherine of Siena RC Church, 2505 Centervllle Rd. on Monday morning July 19th at 10AM. Interment In Silverbrook Cemetery. There will be no viewing. Omit flowers. The family suggests contributions to Ursullne Academy, 1 106 Penna. Ave., Wilm,, De 19806. A.Tanagements by the KRIENEN-GRIFFITH FUNERAL HOMES in Peninsula Regional Medical Center, Salisbury, Md. She was secretary and treasurer of Carey's Inc., an automobile repairing and service business in Laurel. She was 9 charter member of Delaware State and William Simmons chapters of National Society of Colonial Dames XVII Century and a member of the Laurel Sportsman and Beagle Club. She is survived by her husband, Reese G.; two sons, Alan and Robert, both of Laurel; a daughter, Ann Carey Inemer of McKee City, N.J.; two sisters, Clara Trimble of Berlin, Md., and Olga Buttermore of Mount Pleasant, Pa.; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. A service will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Short-Windsor-Dis-haroon Funeral Home, Laurel, where friends may call from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday. Burial will be in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Laurel. LEON ALBERT COOPER JR., 48, of Dover, died Sunday from cancer at home. Mr. Cooper was self-employed as a technology developer and manufacturer's representative, selling heavy industrial equipment nationwide for overseas firms. He also patented several inventions. In a 1993 Delaware Voice column in The News Journal, he proposed that Delaware build 10 small water-to-energy co-generation power plants, arguing that they are more efficient than larger plants. He was a member of Presbyterian Church of Dover and enjoyed history, nature, water skiing and his family. He graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, in 1966 and was a Navy veteran of the Vietnam War. He came to Delaware in 1970 from Freeport, Pa., where he grew up. He is survived by his wife of 22 years, Linda A.; a son, Douglas B., and a daughter, Erin L. Cooper, both at home; his parents, Leon A. Sr. and Nina S. Cooper, of Dover; and a sister, Jean Bar-buto of Colleyville, Texas. A memorial service will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Presbyterian Church of Dover, State and Reed streets. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Presbyterian Church of Dover or to Leon A. Cooper Jr. Children Fund, care of Merrill Lynch, Silver Lake Boulevard, Dover. CLAYTON G. DAY, 83, of Tarle-ton, Brandywine Hundred, died Friday of complications from a stroke in Leader Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, 700 Foulk Road, Brandywine Hundred, where he was a patient for two months. He was an electrician and trou-bleshooter for McHugh Electric Co. at its former Wilmington site. He retired in 1983 after 50 years. He was a member of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 313, New Castle; and Mount Lebanon United Methodist Church; and Delaware Lodge 1, Odd Fellows. He lived most of his life in the Wilmington area, growing up near Fourth and Clayton streets. He graduated from Wilmington High School in 1931. He is survived by his wife of 30 years, Hester M. Day; a daughter, Ruth A. Seufert of Baltimorejand two granddaughters. A service will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in McCrery Memorial Funeral Home, 3924 Concord Pike, Talleyville, where friends may call after 10 a.m. Burial will be in Red Clay Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery, McKen-nans Church Road, Wilmington. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions . to Memorial Fund, Mount Lebanon United Methodist Church. VERA M. DOHERTY, 84, of Brandywine Convalescent Center, 505 Greenbank Road, Prices Corner, died Saturday at home. After she retired in 1968, she moved with her husband to Tampa, Fla. She returned to Wilmington in 1983. Mrs. Doherty helped start and was a registered nurse for Visiting Nurse Association, Pennsville, N.J.. She obtained her nursing degree in 1931 from Wilmington General Hospital. Her husband, John A., died in Funeral Notices HAYMAN Fannie Alverta Hayman, age 96, wife to Walter M. Hayman Sr. who died in 1971, who lived at 504 Center Street Extended, Harrington, 19952, died Thursday, July 15. Fannie Is mother to Walter M. Hayman, Jr., Grace M. Baker, Mary Virginia DeHaven and Pauline E. Brannock, sister to Joseph Henry Bryan, and grandmother to 5 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. Friends are welcome to loin the family In Celebration of her Life at BEESON MEMORIAL SERVICES OF NORTH WILMINGTON, 412 Philadelphia Pike (764-2900) this coming Monday morning July 19, at 11:00, and the committal In Gracelawn Memorial Park. You are also welcome to visit at BEESON MEMORIAL SERVICES Sunday evening from, 6:00-8:00 and Monday morning after 10:00. HEINOLD - In this city on July 18, 1993, Ruth W., wife of George C. of 1802 Township Rd, Windermere. Age 83. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the services on Wednesday morning July 21, at Ham, from St. Marks United Methodist Church, 1700 Limestone Rd, where friends may call one hour prior to service time. Interment Gracelawn Memorial Park. In tieu of fiowers contributions loSt. Marks United Methodist Church Memorial Fund. Arrangements by the MC CRERY FUNERAL HOME. 1972. She is survived by a daughter, Patricia A. Wolfe of Wilmington, a brother, Thomas Murphy of Carneys Point, N.J., three grandchildren and a great-grandson. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. John the Beloved Catholic Church, 907 Milltown Road, and friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday in Doherty Funeral Home, 3200 Limestone Road near Pike Creek. Burial will be in All Saints Cemetery, Kirkwood Highway, Milltown. HELEN S. DOLPHIN, 86, died Sunday of a cerebral hemorrhage at Parkview Nursing Center, 2801 W. Sixth St., Wilmington, where she was a resident for three months. Mrs. Dolphin was born Dec. 30, 1906, aboard a steamer from Poland, as her mother and relatives traveled to Ellis Island, N.Y. Family members said that because of the circumstances surrounding her birth, Mrs. Dolphin did not have a birth certificate, so a letter was written by the steamer's captain that served as her birth certificate. She enjoyed cooking and specialized in Polish dishes. She was a member of Annunciation Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, Shenandoah, Pa. She was a member of Polish Ladies Social Club, Shenandoah and Catholic Daughters of America. Her husband, John F. II, died in 1959. She is survived by two sons, John F. Ill of Newark and Peter P. of Wilmington; two daughters, Helen W. Borchik of Syracuse, N.Y. and Madaline M. Linden-muth of Glen Burne, Md.; four brothers, Peter, John and Anthony Chernesky, all of Shenandoah and Michael Chernesky of Allentown, Pa.; a sister, Mary Knvitsky of Ellsworth, Pa.; 19 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at Annunciation Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, West Cherry Street, Shenandoah, where family and friends may call from 10 to 11. Burial will be at the church's cemetery. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Annunciation Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, Shenandoah. LURIETTA MAE BETTS DRAPER, 72, of Greenwood, died Saturday of respiratory failure at home. Mrs. Draper was an office supervisor for Sussex County Board of Assessments, Georgetown, retiring in 1984 after 10 years. She was a member of Sussex County Women's Democratic Club, Northern Sussex Democratic Club and a former secretary of Democratic Executive Committee. Her husband, Woodrow Wilson Draper, died in 1983. She is survived by three sons, Darwin of Dagsboro, Louis W. of Thomas-ville, N.C., and William A. of Greenwood; a daughter, Diane M. Draper of Greenwood; a sister, Alberta Morris of Smyrna; seven grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. A service will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Fleischauer Funeral Home, Market Street, Greenwood, where family and friends may call at 1. Burial will be in St. Johnstown Cemetery, Greenwood. RUTH W. HEINOLD, 83, of Win-dermer, Stanton, died Saturday of heart failure in Christiana Hospital, where she was a patient. Mrs. Heinold, a homemaker, was a member of the Women's Society and Harvesters, a monthly seniors group at St. Marks United Methodist Church, Wilmington. She is survived by her husband of 56 years, George C; a son, G. Conrad of Wilmington; a daughter, Carole H. Chanasyk of Hampton Falls, N.H.; a brother, William A. White of Aston, Pa.; and four grandchildren. A service will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in St. Marks United Methodist Church, 1700 Limestone Road, Wilmington, where friends may call after 10 a.m. Burial will be in Gracelawn Memorial Park, Minquadale. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Memorial Fund, St. Marks United Methodist Church. MILLARD JOHN KOLBE, 69, of Funeral Notices JACKSON - In this city on July 15, 1993, Mary Jackson, age 77, of 309 West 18th St, Electra Arms Apts. There are no known surviving relatives. Funeral services will be Tuesday July 20, at Ham from St. Mary's A C. Church, Washington St I Lea Blvd. Interment Riverview Cemetery. There will be no viewing. Arrangements by J. LLEWELLYN BELL MEMORIAL CHAPEL. SPAHN At her residence on July 14, 1993, Julia M. (Hollls) Spahn, wife to the late Bernard T. Spahn of Gwlnhurst, Wllm., DE. Age 74 years. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend funeral services at the GEBHART FUNERAL HOME, 3401 Phila. Pike, Claymont on Monday, July 19 at 11am. Friends may call at the funeral home Monday morning between 10:30-llam. There will be no viewing. Burial will be In Gracelawn Memorial Park, N. DuPont Pkwy, New Castle. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions be made to the Claymont Volunteer Fire Dept., 3223 Phila. Pike, Claymont 19703 andor the New Castle Co. Police Dept., 3601 N. DuPont Pkwy, New Castle 19720. WELLS In Charlottesville, VA, on July 14, 1993, Joyce E. Wells of Bellevue Manor, wife of John T. Wells, age 56 years. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the Memorial Service from the Bethel Baptist Church, 1217 Wilson Road, on Monday evening July 19 at 7:30. There will be no viewing. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions to Bethel Baptist Church Memorial Fund, 1217 Wilson Road, Wilm., DE 19803. Arrangements by the CHANDLER FUNERAL HOMES. Railway Road, Millville, formerly of Baltimore, died Saturday of cancer at home. Mr. Kolbe was a tool setter at AT&T Technologies, Baltimore. He retired in 1982 after 40 years. He enjoyed woodworking. A Navy veteran of World War II, he was a member of Veteran of Foreign Wars Post 7234, Ocean View. He is survived by his wife, Theresa M.; two sons, Robert of Joppa, Md., and Michael of Bel Air, Md.; his mother, Ethel Kolbe of Essex, Md.; a sister, Shirley Foreman of Essex; and four grandchildren. Family and friends may call from 6 to 8 tonight at the chapel of Melson Funeral Services, Thatcher Street, Frankford, and from 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Connelly Funeral Home, 300 Mace St., Essex, where a service will be at 10 a.m. Thursday. Burial will be Thursday in Garden of Faith Cemetery, Rose-dale, Md. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Delaware Hospice, Southern Division, Georgetown. MILLER SERVICE: A service for Jeffrey Lane Miller, will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Torbert Funeral Chapel, Reed- and Bradford streets, Dover, where friends may call from 7 to 9 tonight. A graveside service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in Live Oak Memorial Gardens, Charleston, S.C. Mr. Miller, 33, of Wyoming, died Sunday in Kent General Hospital of complications from a July 11 automobile accident. Mr. Miller lost control of the car going around a curve on Artis Road near Dover and hit a telephone pole, state police said. He had been hospitalized since his accident. Mr. Miller was a machinist at Baltimore Aircoil Co., Milford, for 10 years. He was a member of Dover Church of Christ. He lived all his life in the Dover area and graduated from Caesar Rodney High School. He is survived by his wife of 13 years, Cheryl D.; a son, Jordan Lane at home; his father, Whittie; a brother, John W., and two sisters, Leann Piper and Patty Whet-sell, all of Charleston. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Camp Manatawny, 1625 Hedgewood Ave., Hatfield, Pa. 19440. ALBERT CROCKETT OGLESBY SR., 75, of Colora Road, Colora, Md., died Sunday of heart failure at Harford Memorial Hospital, Havre De Grace. Mr. Oglesby was a research chemist for the federal government, based in Edgewood. He retired in 1980 after 33 years. He was a member of West Nottingham Presbyterian Church, Colora. He is survived by his wife, Louise B.; a son, Albert Crockett Jr. of Boyds; two daughters, Anita O. Shipman and Susan B. Oglesby, both of Colora; a sister, Helen O. Sprinkle of State College, Pa.; and four grandchildren. A service will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at West Nottingham Presbyterian Church, where friends may call at 1. Burial will be in adjoining church cemetery. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Johns Hopkins Cardiovascular Surgery Unit, in care of R.T. Foard Funeral Home, 111 S. Queens St., Rising Sun 21911. MICHAEL A. PEPE, 62, of 1109 Haines Ave., Gordon Heights, Fox Point, died Saturday of congestive heart failure in Wilmington Hospital after being stricken at a relative's home. He was a security officer at DuPont Co.'s Experimental Station, Wilmington, for the last four Family, press in Crazy luklie fraud trial Associated Press NEWARK, N.J. The jury in the Crazy Eddie stock fraud trial has discussed the case for four days with few hints as to the fate of company founder Eddie Antar and his brothers, Allen and Mitchell. The three are accused of pocketing $80 million by selling artificially inflated stock in Crazy Eddie, the New York metropolitan area's largest electronics chain before crashing in the late 1980s. Family members divided their time between a bench outside U.S. District Judge Nicholas Poli-tan's fifth-floor courtroom and the sunny steps of the nearly deserted courthouse. A group of about 10 news-people, including a courtroom artist, gathered at the end of the hall. Family members have generally not spoken at length with reporters. Of four notes the jury has sent to the judge, one surprised lawyers. Because Flowers Say What WordstCan't years. Earlier, he was a product coordinator at Westinghouse Electrical Corp., Lester, Pa., for 36 years. He bowled with The Terminators, a men's league team at Price Bowling Lanes, Prices Cornet,, He also enjoyed horse racing: He came to Delaware about 25 years from southwest Philadelphia, where he was raised, He is survived by his wife of 42 years, Adele; three sons, Michael A. of Hockessin, Christopher ,M. of Newark and John M. of Wilmington; two daughters, Mary! A. Pepe, formerly Mary Hudson, . and Dawn M. Romano, both, of Wilmington; his mother, Anna of Villas, N.J.; a brother, Anthony of Kissimmee, Fla., a sister, Sarah McCormick of King of Prussia, Pa., and seven grandchildren.,..! Mass of Christian Burial , will be offered at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday in St. Helena's Catholic Church, Philadelphia Pike and Washington Street Extension, Wilmington, where family and friends may, call after 10:30 a.m. Burial will be; in All Saints Cemetery, Kirkwood Highway. -i to ' WILLIAM SMALLACOMBE JR., 66, of Seaford, died Friday in Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, Seaford, after a heart attack at home. ' Mr. Smallacombe was a guard at Sussex Correctional Institution near Georgetown, retiring in 1988 after 25 years. Earlier, he worked at Chrysler Corp. plant, Newark. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He was a member of American Legion, Seaford, and East Side Men's Club in Salisbury, Md. l-i He grew up in Lackawanna, Pa., near Scranton. He is survived by his wife of about 17 years, Irene Ellis Smallacombe; three daughters, Janet A. Zimich of Pittston, Pa., and Gwendolyn Stroud and Doreen K. Smallacombe, both of Millsbdro; two stepsons, Everett "Tom"' Ellis Jr. and Joseph J. Ellis, both of Salisbury; two stepdaughters, Shirley Young of Seaford and Jenifer Sullivan of Baltimore; a brother, Nathanial of Florida; a sister, Marian Scalvow of Schenectady, N.Y.; six grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, eight stepgrandchildren and 11 'Step great-grandchildren. 1 A service will be at 8 tonight in Cranston Funeral Home, J300 Shipley St., Seaford, where friends may call after 6 p.m. Burial- will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Milwaukee Cemetery, Lackawanna. ' Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to American Heart Association, Georgetown. The following b a Bst of people whose obituaries were provided Sunday to The News Journal Full obituaries may or may not appear in all of the paper'a edition. For more Information, contact the funeral home. Arm, David L, 89, of Forwood Manor, Brandywine Hundred, July 17, Chandler Funeral Heme, Sharpley. , Carey, Esther W, 72, of Laurel, July 18, Shorl- Windsor-Disharoon Funeral Home, Laurel. Cooper, Leon Albert Jr, 48, of Dover, Jtrty 18, Trader Funeral Home, Dover. , Doherty, Vera M, 84, of Brandywine Convalescent Center, Prices Corner, July 17, Doherty Funeral Home, Wilmington. M Dolphin, Helen S, 86, of Parkview Nursing Center, Wilmington, July 18, Krienen-Griffith Funeral Home, Elsmere. Given, The Rev. R. Gordon, 78, of Seaford. July 17, Cranston Funeral Home, Seaford. Heinold, Ruth W, 83, of Windermer, Stanton. July 17, McCrery Memorial Chapel, Wilmington. T'i Kolbe, Millard John, 69, of Railway Road,. Millville, July 17, Melson Funeral Services. Frank-ford. Miller, Jeffrey A, 33, of Wyoming, July '8, T Jr- bert Funeral Chapel, Dover. Oglesby, Albert Crockett Sr., 75, of Cobra Road, Colora, Md., July 18, R.T. Foard Funeral Home, Rising Sun, Md. Pepe, Michael A, 62, of Gordon Heights, fox Point, July 17, Beeson Memorial Servfcel ol Christiana-Elkton. "s 1 Reagan, Thomas Alien, 36, of Atlanta, formerly ot Kennett Square, Pa., July 17, Kuzo & Gefus Funeral Home, Kennett Square. Smallacombe, William Jr, 66, of Seafori 3uly 16, Cranston Funeral Home, Seaford. . - await verdict Sent hefore nonn FridavMhn j ,s y . first full day of deliberations it said one juror was not cooperating , and was "nasty ajid screaming." . In response, Politan reread Ihe panel a portion of his instructions that said they had a "duty. to deliberate with fellow jurors'vnd sent them back. ORDER BY PHONE fast convenient: activair duracell; rayo vac :.; 1-800-564-4327 in de 1-800-231-4327 fa!!!! Independence Mall. Wllm.. DE HlLAMAN Flowers 2706 Kirkwood Hwy. 998-8841 r

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