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TIM Morning News, Wilmington, Dl., Wtdnotday, Dec. 16, 1981 C11 IN MEMORIAM BROWN - The family of the late Nelson Brown wish to thanK our many Ministers, friends, Food service and Cafeteria Staff for their acts of kindness during the sickness and death of our brother and Uncle. Deloret Jervey & Alva Sheppard HUTCHISON - In loving memory of a wonderful husband and father, Robert 0. Hutchison who passed away 9 years ago today, December 16, 1972. Dearly loved and missed by. wife Norma Children Robin, Millie and Randy PRETTYMAN In loving memory of our mother, Rebecca George Prettyman, who passed away 14 years ago today. Sacily missed by ; Nancy & Roger George t, Family WALSTON - In memory of Laurence T. Wal-ston, who passed away December 16, 1971. Missed by His Children WILLIAMS In loving memory of Lomolte (Snotty) Williams, on his 30th Birthday. Earth has no sorrow that Heaven can't heal. Happy Birthday i k Mother Ethel, Brother trnesl ! 'Sisters, Juniata & Sharon WILLIAMS - In toying memory of my Father, Thomas K. Williams, who passed away 22 years ago, December 16, 1959. Sadly missed by Daugher Elizabeth DEATH NOTICES BIRNEV In the General Division, Wilmington Medical Center on December 14, 1981. Charles C, husband of Phoebe R. Birney of 406 Brewster -Bridge Rd., Elk Ion. Maryland. Father of Charles C, Jr., Rudolph N Walter C, Beniamin W., Wilson P., David P., Lawrence J. Birney and Mrs. Nancy McCullln. Brother of Mrs. Agnes Knopff, Mrs. Rhode Walstrum and Francis Birney. Also survived bv 32 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren. Aged 76 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the services at the HICKS HOME FOR FUNERALS. Bow and Stockton Streets, Elklon, Maryland on Friday afternoon December IB at 1 o'clock. Interment at Cherry Hill Cemetery. Friends meyBcall at the luneral home from Thursday evening Irom 7 until 9 o'clock, I BOYER In the Wilmington General Division, of the Wilmington Medical Center on December 12, 1911. Earl M. Boyer husband of Florence E. Hover, ot wi iroy Ave, Wood-crest. Aged 70 years. Relatives and Friends are invited to attend the Funeral Services on Wednesday evening al 8:30 at the NICHOLS ' FUNERAL HOME, 212 E. Justis St, Newport, where friends may call after 7 o'clock on Wednesday evening. Interment Union Cemetery, Womelsdorf, PA on Thursday at 1PM. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contribitions to the Calvary United Presbyterian Church, 701 S. Maryland Ave, Wilmington, DE 19804. DIOR 10 Suddenly on December 14 1981. Ralph (Frank), husband of Norma B DiOrio, of 2605 Garfield Ave, Clavmont, DE. Aged 51 years. Relatives and Friends are invited to attend the Funeral Services at kv the GEBHART FUNERAL tli IV- HOME, 3401 Philadelphia Pike, cii-s 5 Clavmont on Friday morning, December 18th at 11 o'clock. Entombment Gracelawn Abbev. Friends may call al the Funeral Home on Thursday evening alter 7. Flowers would be appreciated or donations may be sent to the Clevmont Fire Co., Philadelphia Pike, Clavmont, DE DUNGEE - In Wilmington Medical Center, Delaware Division on December 14lh, 1981. Lucille Dungee, age 54 vears ol 412 W. 36lh Street, Wilmington, DE. Wife of Arthur Dungee. Mother olThelma M. Brady of Marshalllon, DE, Clementine Brady of Newark, DE, Deborah, Joyce and Michele Dungee all al home. Daughter of Mrs. Hannah Washington of King William, VA and the late George Washington. Sister of George, Lawrence, and Alma Washington, and Sarah Warren all of King William, VA, Marv Acree of West Point, VA and Grace Washington of Phlla, PA. Also survived by 6 grandchildren, a devoted niece Katheleen Brady of New Castle, DE, 2 sons-in-law Wilmer Brady Jr. and Francis Brady, many Aunts, Uncles, Nieces and Nephews, other relatives and friends. Relatives and friends are inviled to attend funeral services al Old Fort U.A.M.E. Church, 32 Old Baltimore Pike, Christiana on Saturday December 19 at 12 o'clock Noon. Interment in Riverview Cemelerv immediately following services. Friends may call at the Church on Saturday 10 until 12. Arrangements by CONGO FUNERAL HOME, 201 N. Gray Avenue, Wilmington. GODOIN In Newark, DE on December 14, 1981. Avery H. Goddin, husband ol Louise F. Goddin, ol 109 Briar Lane. Newark, DE. Aged 72 years. Father ot Anne G. While and Elizabeth G. Smith. Relatives and Friends are inviled to attend a Memorial Service on Thursday afternoon, December 17th at 2:30 at the ROBERT T. JONES AND SON FUNERAL HOME, 122 W. Main St, Newark. Interment in Head ol Chris-liana Cemetery, Friends may call at his late residence 109 Briar La, on Wednesday evening from 7 to 9. In lieu of flowers the flowers suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society, 106 Haines SI, Newark, DE 19711 HAGAN Al his late residence on December 13, 1981, Vernon J. Hagan, ol 124 Delaware Street, New Castle, DE. Age 79 years. Funeral Servies and Interment will be private. There will be no viewing. Contributions to the Arasapha Garden Club, Box 128, New Castle, DE 19720 would be appreciated. Arrangements by the GEBHART FUNERAL HOME. JACKSON In the St. Francis Hospital on December 13, 1981. Sarah A., wite ol the late Thomas E. Jackson of 418 N. Bancroft Parkway. Aged 89 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the services from the MCCRERY MEMORIAL CHAPEL, Kirkwood Hwy. and Duncan Rd. on Thursday morning December 17 at 11 a.m. with Interment in Silverbrook Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home one hour prior lo the service. JONES Suddenly In Wilmington Medical Center, Delaware Division, on December 13, 1981, Leroy W. Jones, age 59 years, ol 567 Homestead Road, Alban Park, Wilmington, DE. Husband of Ann L. Jones. Father of Jerome Dunbar ol. Philadelohia, PA. Brother of John D. and Lln-wood Jones both of Wilmington, Evangelist Marie Woods ot New York City and Grace Gerald of Philadelphia, elso survived bv 6 grandchildren, 3 nieces, 3 nephews a host ot other relatives and Iriends. Relatives and friends are inviled to attend Funeral Services al New Ml. Olive Baptist Church, 14th & Market Street, Wilmington on Friday evening, December 18th al 8 o'clock. Interment in Riverview Cemetery on Saturday Morning. Friends may call al the Church on Friday Irom 6 until 8om. Arrangmenls bv CONGO FUNERAL HOME, 201 N. Gray Avenue, Wilminglon. KELLY - On December 13, 1981, ol 607 S. Broad St, Kennett Square, PA, Margaret Higgins Kelly, aged 73 years. Wife ol Thomas Kelly. Relatives and friends are invited lo attend services al HAM. Wednesday December !6lh Irom the ALBERT F. KUZO FUNERAL HOME 250 W. State St, Kennetl Square, PA. Interment Union Hill Cemelerv. Friends may call at the Funeral Home on Tuesday evening Irom 7 to, 9PM. LAWSON - 01 Newark, Delaware on December 14, 1981, Jack Russell, beloved husband of Gloria Jean (nee Trumol and beloved father of Jacqueline G. May, Deborah L.. Pamela L. and Jack R. Lawson, II. Also survived bv two grandchildren and three sisters. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral on Thursday, December 17, at 10:00AM al the FUNERAL HOME OF M. F. WILLIAMS, Baltimore and Summit Avenues, CIMton Heights, Pa. Interment in Arlington Cemetery, Drexel Hill, Pa. Friends may call on Wednesday evening from 7:00 lo 9:00 al the Funeral Home MEOGROSSI In this city on December 14, 1981. Irene M. Meogrossi, of 509 N. Jackson SI. Wilmington, OE. Aged 47 years. Relatives and friends are Inviled to attend the funeral services at the KRIENEN-GRIFFITH FUNERAL HOME, 1400 Kirkwood Highway, Elsmere on Friday morning, December 18th al 11 o'clock. Interment al Elkton Cemetery, Elkton, MD. The family will receive friends one hour prior lo service lime on Friday morning. MEYERS - In Veterans Administration Center, Elsmere, DE on December 15, 1981, Edward Meyers. Age 83 years. Formerly of 9 Sutton Place, New Caslie, DE. Survived by many Iriends. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend Mass Of Christian Burial al St. Joseph RC Church, llth 8. French Sts, Wilmington, DE on Saturday morning, December 19, at 10:00AM. Interment wiH be privale. Friends may call al the church on Saturday, Irom 9:00 until 10:00AM. Arrangements by CONGO FUNERAL HOME, 201 N. Gray Ave., Wilmington. MILLMAN - In this city on December 15, 1981 James Albert, husband of Arleen A. Millman, of 58 Prongs Lane, Rambleton Acres, New Castle, OE. Aged 36 years. Relatives and friends are inviled lo attend the Mass ol Christian Burial al Our Lady of Fatima R C. Church, duPont Hwy, Wilmington Manor, .on Friday morning, December 16lh al 9:30. Place of Interment to be announced later. Friends may call at the GEBHART FUNERAL HOME. 531 Delaware SI, New Castle on Thursday evening from 6:30 lo 9. Recitation of the Rosary will be conducted at 7 30. MOLETTEIRE In the Memorial Division of the Wilminglon Medical Center on Sunday. December 13, 1981, after a long Illness, James J. Molettelre, husband ol Lena DelGross Molelleire, ol 402 West 3rd Slreet, Wilminglon. Age 74 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial on Wednesday morning, December 16, ol 10:30AM from St. Anthony's Catholic Church, 9th S, DuPonl Streets followed by interment in the Cathedral Cemetery. Calling hours for Mr. Molelleire will be Tuesday evening al the CORLETO-LATINA FUNERAL HOME, 801 North Union Street, after 7:00PM. Parking faculties across from funeral home. OBERLE - In this city on December 13, 1981. Raymond husband ol Geraldine Oberle of 1402 Harrison Avenue, Silverside Heights, Wilmington Age 40. Relatives and friends are Invited o attend the funeral service at the GEBHART FUNERAL HOME, 3401 Phlla Pike, Claymonl on Wednesday morning December 16th at 11 o'clock. Inlermen Gracelawn Memorial Park. Friends may call al the funeral home Tuesday evening alter 7. In lieu of flowers the lamily suggests donations be made lo SI. Mark's Lutheran Church, 501 Duncan Road, Bellelcnle, Wilminglon, DE or ' to the Atonement Uniled Methodisl Church, 3519 Phila Pike, Claymonl, DE. SAIENNI - In the Memorial Division on December 10, 1981, Clorinda of 110 Bestlield Road. Wife of the late Rocco Saienni. Aged 86 years. Relatives and friends are invited to aHend tlw luneral from the CHARLES P. ARCARO FUNERAL HOME. 2309 Lancaster Avenue (Opposite Cathedral Cemetery) on Tuesday morning at 8:30. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Anthony's R. C. Church 9th & Dupont Slreels at 9:30. .Interment at Calhedral Cemelerv. Friends may call al the Funeral Home on Monday evening after 7PM. 4 Obituaries Charles H. Wieland Jr. EASTON, Md. - Charles H. Wieland Jr., 85, of 503 Pleasant Place died Tuesday in Memorial Hospital after a long illness. Mr. Wieland owned and operated Peoples Ice Co. in Easton for many years until his retirement in the early 1940s. He later worked as a volunteer at Eastern Shore Hospital Center in Cambridge and was farm manager and taught agriculture at Konnarock Boys School in Konnarock, Va., for the Lutheran Church of America. He was a past commander of Talbot Post 70, American Legion, and a former councilman of Grace Lutheran Church in Easton. He is survived by his wife, J. Eliz-i abeth Bourne Wieland; three sons, Charles H. Wieland III of Easton, Roger Wieland of Gainesville, Fla. and Jack B. Wieland of Port Richey, Fla.; three daughters, Betty Jane Corkran of Dover, Del., Kathryn W. Price of Birmingham, Ala., and Virginia W. Kerr of Mil-ford, Del.; a sister, Grace W. Corbe of Harrisburg, Pa.; 23 grandchildren, and 32 great-grandchildren. Services will be Thursday afternoon at 2 in Grace Lutheran Church, Easton, Md. Friends may call tonight at the Newnam Funeral Home, 200 S. Harrison St., Easton. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Instead of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to a church or charity. Edith B. Jump MILFORD - Edith B. Jump, 88, died Tuesday at her residence, Mil-ford Manor convalescent home, after a long illness. Mrs. Jump was the first deaf student to attend Wilmington High School, according to her sister, Helen B. McWhorter of Wilmington. She attended Wilmington High School for two years, graduated with honors, and was awarded a trip to Washington. She then became a private instructor for seven years at the Mt. Airy, Pa., School for the Deaf and Blind, which she had attended herself. She . later became a clerk for the Mil-ford Trust Co., retiring 21 years ago. Her husband, Herbert C, died in 1961. In addition to Mrs. McWhorter, she is survived by a son, Herbert C. Jr. of Milford; a daughter, Bernice J. Wilkins of Mil-ford; a sister, Ada B. Orth of Earle-ville, Md.; two grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Services will be Thursday afternoon at 2 in Christ Episcopal Church, Church Avenue, Milford. There will be no viewing. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Christ Episcopal Church Memorial Fund, Second and Church avenues, Milford, Del., 19963. Burial will be in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Milford. Arthur L. Joyce MILFORD Arthur L. Joyce, 69, of Woodmere Drive, Milford, died Monday in Kent General Hospital, Dover, after a short illness. Mr. Joyce retired in 1976 as a department superintendent with Carpenter Technologies of Bridgeport, Conn., after 19 years. He is survived by his wife, Helen P.; a son, M. Michael Joyce of Newark, and a granddaughter. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered Friday morning at 11:30 at St. John's Catholic Church, Seabury Avenue, Milford. Friends may call Friday morning from 9:30 to 11 at the Lofland Funeral Home, 219 S. Walnut St., Milford. Burial will be in Odd Fellows Cemetery. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the American Heart Association, 101 Loockerman St., Dover, Del. 19901. Albert J. McEntire MILFORD - Albert J. McEntire, 74, of 109 Allen Way, died Sunday in the General Division, Wilmington, after a long illness. Mr. McEntire retired in 1970 after many years with the Lehigh Foundry in Easton, Pa. He moved to Milford eight years ago. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth Schweikert McEntire; a son, Floyd, of the same address; a daughter, Sharon Seifert of Andrews Air Force Base, Md.; three brothers, Stanley of Easton, Walter DEATH NOTICES SMILEY - In this city on Friday December 11, 1981, Marie J. Smilev, age 83 vears, wife of the late David Smiley ot 2717 W. 6th Street, Wilmington. Aunl ol Helga N. Sulger of 189 Sutton Manor, New Rochelle, NY 10805. The service of Marie Smiley and Ihe committal will be offered privately for family members. Service arrangements by the JAMES E. BEESON t, SON FUNERAL HOME. SULLIVAN - In this city on December 12. 1981. Adelaide C. wife of retired LTC J. Arnold Sullivan ol 4700 Linden Knoll Drive, Linden Knoll. Age 70 years. Relatives and Iriends are invited lo attend the Mass of Christian Burial al SI. John Ihe Beloved Church, 907 Milltown Road on Wednesday morning December 16th at 9:30. Interment in Arlington National Cemetery. Friends may call al the MEALEY FUNERAL HOME, Limestone S. Milltown Road on Tuesday evening alter 7. SUMMERS - In Riddle Memorial Hospital, Lima, Pa. on December 13, 1981. Sarah R., wile of Ihe late Christian Summers of 203 Twaddell Mill Rd., Aged 84 years. Relatives and Iriends are Invited to attend services at the MCCRERY MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 3924 Concord Pike, Talleyville on Thursday afternoon, December 17 al I o'clock. Interment Millwood Cemetery, Gap Pa. Friends may call Ihe funeral home on Wednesday evening from 7 until 9. WALLACE - In Odessa, DE, on December 13, 1981, John J. Wallace, husband ol Ihe late Ruth B. Wallace, of High St, Odessa, DE. Aged 72 years. Relatives and friends are inviled to attend the graveside ser vices at Old Drawvers Cemetery, near Odessa, DE, on Tuesday afternoon. December 15, at 2:00. There will be no viewing. In lieu of flowers the tamny suggesis coniri-butions to Ihe SI. Paul's United Methodist Church, Odessa, DE, in care ol William Wollerlon, Box 40, Rd 2, Middletown, DE 19709, or lo the Odessa Fire Co, Odessa. Db Arrangements by Ihe DANIELS 1 HUTCHISON FUNERAL HOME, Middletown, DE. of Middletown, N.Y., and Irwin of Tilford, Fla.; a sister, Mildred O'Dell of Middletown; and four grandchildren. Services wil be at 11 Thursday morning at the Strunk Funeral Home, Easton, where friends may call tonight. Burial will be in Northampton Memorial Shrine, Easton. Thomas A. Tolson MILTON Thomas Alonzo Tolson, 54, of near Milton, died Friday at Milford Memorial Hospital after a long illness. Mr. Tolson was a self-employed truck driver for many years. He is survived by a son, Thomas E. Morris of Milton; a daughter, Elaine Tolson of Milton; his father, Earl of Milton; and two grandchildren. Services will be Thursday afternoon at 1 at Philadelphia Pentecostal Holiness Church, Ellendale. Friends may call tonight at Young's Funeral Home, 526 Union St., Milton. Burial will be in Congregational Cemetery, Milton. Verda Braemer Lewis Verda Braemer Lewis, 61, of 603 Clearview Ave., Holly Oak Terrace, died Monday in Emory University Hospital in Atlanta after a short illness. Mrs. Lewis was retired about five years ago as a librarian in the Mt. Pleasant School District She is survived by her husband, Edward F. Lewis; a daughter, Verda Jay Wightman of Atlanta; two sons, Edward F. Lewis II of Wilmington and James D. Lewis of Wilmington; a sister, Iva Hutchison of Glasgow, and four grandchildren. Memorial services will be Monday night at 7 at St. Mark's Lutheran Church, 501 Ducnan Road. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society, 1925 Lovering Ave., Wilmington, Del., 19806, or to a local library. Barbara Weiner Graveside services for Barbara Weiner, 33, of Atlanta, were held Sunday in Wilmington. Ms. Weiner was formerly of Wilmington, but she had established a law practice in Atlanta. Ms. Weiner died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, Atlanta police said. They said she was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta about 7:30 Saturday morning and was pronounced dead about three hours later. Immediate survivors include her parents, Toby and Eugene Weiner, and two brothers, Wayne and Jeffrey, all of Wilmington. FOR PANASONIC color or B&W. Built-in digital clock, auto digital memory counter; remote pause 44 lbs PV1270RPA Retail Value $895 OOt. Basco's Everyday Low Price $6660. TDK VHS Video Cassette Tape. 120 mm 1 lb Retail Value S30 00. Toshiba FMAM Two-Band Clock Radio. Electronic clock radio. Alarmsleepsnooze. AMPM indicators. Rich wood grain finish. 18 lbs RC7200FETA Retail Value $42 .95. Basco's Everyday Low Price $34-7? $OQ97 SALE PRICE at. V jiaWMiaalHIiW VISA Too busy to gel lo a showroom? Call lor home delivery! Phila. & Suburbs: 574-0500 NJ call toll-free: 1 - 800 - 322 All other areas call toll-free: Call Mon. - Sat. 9 am to 9 pm, Sun. 1 0 1 Ogle D. Nelson MT. PLEASANT - Ogle D. Nelson, 84, of Mt. Pleasant, died Sunday in the Wilmington Medical Center Delaware Division after a long illness. Mr. Nelson retired in 1961 as a mill operator at Agway Inc. in Middletown after 10 years. Before he went to work there, he had been a self-employed farmer. He is survived by his wife, Mary P. Nelson; a son, Francis Nelson of Clayton; a daughter, Betty Ginn of Middletown; two brothers, Howard of Smyrna and J. Clarence Nelson of Newark; a sister, Edith Jones; six grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be Wednesday afternoon at 2 at the Odd Fellows Cemetery, Smyrna. Arthur Thorne GREENWOOD - Arthur Thorne, 66, of near Greenwood, died Tuesday in Milford Memorial Hospital after a long illness. Mr. Thorne was self-employed as a harness racing driver, trainer and owner for 30 years. He was owner of Penney Creek Farms near Greenwood. He is survived by his wife, Marian; a daughter, Elizabeth Kenn of Harrington; two brothers, Samuel Thorne of New York City and Ward Thorne of Rock Hall, Md.; a sister, Emmaline Brawley of Winston-Salem, N.C., and a grandchild. Services and burial will be private. James Albert Millman James Albert Millman, 36, of 58 Prangs Lane, Rambleton Acres,, died Tuesday in the Delaware Division after a short illness. Mr. Millman was a materiels handler for DelTech Engineering Inc. near New Castle the past five years. He was a Blue Army cell leader at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church in Wilmington Manor. He is survived by his wife, Arleen A. Millman; two sons, Jason and Nathan, both at home; a daughter, Janelle, at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Daugherty, three brothers, Vincent Millman of Newark, Francis Millman, a half brother Paul Daugherty Jr. and a half sister, Rosemary Aument, all of New Castle. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered Friday morning at 9:30 at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church, Du Pont Highway, Wilmington Manor. Friends may call Thursday night at the Gebhart Funeral Home, 531 Delaware St., New Castle, where the rosary will be recited at 7:30. Burial will be determined later. YOUR ENTERTAINMENT Panasonic VHS Video Cassette Recorder. 2-4-6 hr recordingplay-back. $59990 SALE PRICE VAT120TK. Basco s Everyday Low Price-4iJ2 $1497 SALE PRICE ' - 8000 1-800-257-8100 am to 5 pm ""' "1H!""IMIL'V " ill" II f I'lillflftWlfiffia Avery H. Goddin, former Newark councilman, dies Avery H. Goddin, former Newark city councilman and chairman of the Newark Housing Authority from 1966 to 1969, died Monday at his home after suffering a cerebral hemorrhage. Mr. Goddin, of 109 Briar Lane, was 72. Mr. Goddin was a city councilman in Newark from 1956 to 1958. He was elected chairman of the housing authority by vote of the authority commissioners in 1963, a year after the agency's founding, and served in that capacity until 1969. During his tenure, he advocated the building of public housing in Newark, and oversaw the construction of 78 public housing units. He retired in 1974 as a research biologist for the Du Pont Co. after 37 years. In 1958, he and a Mar-shallton man, Silas S. Sharp, received a patent on an improved chemical protectorant against insects for stored grains, tobacco Ralph Frank DiOrio Ralph Frank DiOrio, 51, of 2605 Garfield Ave., Brandywine Estate, died Monday afternoon while working out in the exercise room of the New Castle County police headquarters. Mr. DiOrio, who had recently become crossing guard supervisor for the county Department of Public Safety, was using some of the exercise equipment, according to police, when he apparently was stricken by a heart attack and died. He had worked for the county since 1978, first as a dispatcher for the county police, then as supervisor of county security guards, before he assumed his most recent post. He retired in 1977 as a battalion chief in the Wilmington Bureau of Fire after 25 years. He is survived by his wife, Norma B. DiOrio; his parents, Frank John and Pearl DiOrio of Brack-Ex; two daughters, Colleen DiOrio of Colonial Heights and Vicki L. DiOrio, at home; three stepsons, Chuck Dawson of Claymont, Gary Dawson at home, and Robert DiOrio at home, and two brothers, J. Robert DiOrio of Newark and Charles DiOrio of Mermaid Run. Services will be Friday morning at 11 at the Gebhart Funeral Home, 3401 Philadelphia Pike, where friends may call Thursday night. Entombment will be in Gracelawn Memorial Park. Panasonic ACDC Cassette Recorder. Tone, volume controls. Built-in condenser mic. One-touch recording. Auto stop 3" dynamic speaker 4 lbs RQ2108ARPA Retail Value S34 95. Basco's Everyday Low Price S29-W. SALE PRICE $2797 SALE PRICE 2 WILMINGTON: Concord Pike (Rt. 202) btwn Concord Mall & Brandywine Rcy. NEWARK: 2501 Robert Kirkwood Highway TELE-MAIL "PICK-UP STORE": DOVER: Blue Hen Mall and animal feed. Mr. Goddin was also a former Boy Scouts of America leader; in Newark. He is survived by his wife, Louise F. Goddin; two daughters, Anne G. White of Newark and Elizabeth G Smith of Arcadia, Calif; a brother, Alton W. Goddin of Elkins, W.Va.; three sisters, Dr. Eva G. Cutright of Wooster, Ohio, Myrtle Heptonstall of McAllen, Tex., and Kathleen Kiser of Keyser, W.Va., and two grandchildren. ; Services will be Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the Robert T.Jones & Son Funeral Home, 122 W. Main St., Newark. Friends may call at Mr. Goddin's late residence from 7 to 9 Wednesday night. Burial will be in Head-Of-Christlana Cemetery. Instead of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society, 106 Haines St., Newark, Del. 19711. Milton L O'Neal PUNTA GORDA, Fla. - Miltpn L. O'Neal, 69, of 122 Lake Drive, Laurel, Del., died Monday in Puiita Gorda Medical Center after suffering a massive heart attack Dec. 9. He was staying at his winter home in Windmill Village, Punta Gorda. )Mr. O'Neal was president of O'Neal Brothers Inc., a building contracting firm in Laurel, until he retired in 1976 after 50 years with the company. He is survived by his wife, Alice Insley O'Neal; two daughters, Janet Renninger of West Chester, Pa., and Carol Hammond of Wilmington, Del.; a brother, Linwood T. and a sister, Louis O. Conway, both of Melbourne Beach, Fla., and two grandchildren. Services will be Saturday afternoon at 2 at the Centenary United Methodist Church, Market Street, Laurel, with burial in Odd Fellows Cemetery. Friends may call Friday night at Windsor-Disharoon Funeral Home, Laurel. Instead of flowers, the family suggests donations to the memorial fund of Centenary United Methodist Church, Market Street, Laurel, Del. 19956. 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