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mw m p (1 Monday, March 7. 1977 Philadelphia Inquirer 3-D 4 1 nil w W WM Obituaries Death Notices Death Notices Bruce Wallace, ex-president of Bruce A. Wallace, 71, former president of the New Jersey Senate and ;a prominent Camden attorney, died Friday at Underwood Memorial Jlospital, Woodbury, N.J. He lived !in Cherry Hill. ! Mr. Wallace, a native of Merchant- Iville, N. J., began serving in the 'state Senate in 1941. A Republican, .'lie was re-elected to the Senate in J947 and then served continuously '. through 1955. In his final year in the legislature, he was elected president Jf the Senate. ; He was appointed to the Delaware Soviet dissidents regroup alter jaiungs Hy Philip Caputo ' Chicago Tribune Service I- MOSCOW The Helsinki Group, a jcommittee of Soviet dissidents that ". monitors Kremlin compliance with I the 1975 Helsinki accord, has reap- Reared after a month-long crackdown in which four of its leading members ; were arrested, including the chair- " man, physicist Yuri Orlov. Holding their first press conference since Orlov was seized by the KGB (Soviet secret police) on Feb. 10, members of the group told Western newsmen in Moscow last week that they intended to continue disclosing Soviet violations of the accord despite police repression. The press conference was held in Orlov's rooms - in a district of drab apartment blocks ' at the edge of Moscow. The committee announced that it . had enlisted two men members, mathematician Naum Meiman and physicist Yuri Mnyukh, to replace Orlov ; and Alexander Ginzburg, an activist poet who also was arrested last month. The names of the new mem- r bers appeared in a document in ' "which the committee summed up the results of the Helsinki pact's rivil- rights provisions in the Soviet Union. The five-page statement, which has ; been distributed to the embassies of the 34 other nations that signed the agreement, was drawn up in anticipation of a Helsinki review conference that is to open in Belgrade in June. The group also announced that it had sent the signatories a proposal to create an international commission for the control of violations of the pact. In response to a question at the press conference, the dissenters said that President Carter's meeting last week with exiled activist Vladimir Bukovsky was "historic and very important from the point of view of human rights all over the world." Bukovsky was freed from a Soviet prison last year in exchange for the release of Chilean Communist leader Luis Corvalan. In its statement, the group repeated its charges that the Soviet government had no intention of fulfilling its obligations on civil rights. The recent repressive campaign, it said, was evidence of Kremlin intolerance of "uncontrolled information about the real situation of human rights" in Russia. Two prominent Ukrainian dissidents, Mikola Rudenko and Olexi Tikhi, also were arrested in Kiev during the crackdown. Authorities warned mathematician Valentin Tur-chin and Andrei Sakharov, unofficial .movement, to discontinue their activities. The homes of a number of dissidents were searched and their rec-. ords confiscated. The crackdown also included what the statement called "an unpardonable campaign" of defamation in the official Soviet press. Particularly strong were articles in "Voice of the Homeland," which called the, dissi- dents parasites. The newspaper is printed in Moscow and sent to Russians living abroad. The object of the press campaign, the statement said, was to prepare public opinion for political trials of Moderates take control of media as Chinese radical purge continues PEKING Moderates have taken over the administration of China's press, radio and television, replacing leftist propagandists dismissed after last year's anti-radical purge, it was learned yesterday. Chinese journalist sources said that the Peoples Daily, the Communist Party's official newspaper, has a new editor-in-chief and that the Central A quiet walk causes uproar Susan Breslin and her friend Terry Gallagher, both 9, went to the library near their homes in Glenside, Montgomery County Saturday afternoon, and then decided to take a little walk to visit Terry's grandparents. Terry's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Sciarra, live 11 miles away in the 4300 block of N. 7th St., in the Hunting Park section of Philadelphia. The fact that it was a long, long way either did not occur to Terry or did not daunt her. Clad only in light clothes, Terry and Susan trekked patiently down Old York Road for several hours. After coming into the city, the two walked over Godfrey Avenue to 12th Street, down 12th across Olney Avenue and the treach 1941 and in 1942 was appointed as River Bridge Joint Commission in New Jersey's counselor for the commission, which is now known as the Delaware River Port Authority. He held that post until 1968. Mr. Wallace was a graduate of Camden High School and graduated from Rutgers University's South Jersey Law School in 1930. At the time of his death he was a senior member of the Camden law firm of Wallace, Mariano, Thorn-dike and Brennan. Mr. Wallace served as solicitor dissenters, presumably the four men arrested last month. The authorities have not yet disclosed the charges pending against the four. Ginzburg's mother said last month that her son had had the charges read to him but that police refused to tell her what they were. Ginzburg is being held in a jail in Kaluga, a city about 100 miles south of Moscow. It is believed that he may be charged with violating a law prohibiting "anti-Soviet activity." It carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in a special regime camp, the harshest form of imprisonment in the Soviet system, and five more years in Siberian exile. Ginzburg, who previously served seven years for his political activities, is in poor health and is said to be incapable of surviving prolonged incarceration. Orlov has been held incommunicado in a KGB jail in Moscow since his arrest. His wife, Irina, said she called the authorities asking about the charges against her husband, but she was told that they did not want to talk to her by phone and did not have the time to see her. Barnard ready to implant baboon heart in a human Rp.utp.rs CAPE TOWN, South Africa -Dr. Christiaan Barnard, South Africa's pioneering heart surgeon, said yesterday that he was ready to transplant the heart of a baboon into a human. He confirmed a South African newspaper report that he had the baboons on hand at Groote Schuur Hospital here and was prepared to use their hearts if it was the only possible way to save a patient's life. The ape heart would be implanted in a human who had suffered damage to the heart muscle and who required time to recover, he explained. "I would obviously prefer to use a human heart for this piggy-back operation," he said. "But where patients could die within hours after a massive coronary, or where you cannot wean them off a heart-lung machine, I would put a baboon heart in as a temporary device or until a human heart for transplant became available." Barnard, who performed the world's first heart transplant at Groote Schuur on Dec. 3, 1967, stressed to reporters that he would transplant a baboon's heart into a human only as a last resort. The ape's heart would be rejected eventually by the human body, he said, but no one knew how long it would take before the animal's heart stopped working. It should beat long enough to allow the patient's heart to recover suffi Broadcasting Corporation has a new national director. The appointments follow similar shakeups in the official news agency Hsinhua and Red Flag, the Communist Party theoretical journal. The changes indicate that Party Chairman Hua Kuo-feng's pledge last November to shake up the top-level and middle-level bureaucracies is being implemented. erous Roosevelt Boulevard. They finally arrived at Terry's grandparents' house long after nightfall. No one was home. That was because Terry's grandparents, both girls' parents, and about 100 police, neighbors, volunteer firemen, police dogs and two helicopters were searching frantically for them all over Montgomery County. Their parents had reported the two girls missing at 6:30 p.m. The search was called off at 1 a.m. "It was an agonizing night for us," said Joseph Gallagher, Terry's father. Then at 2 a.m., when Angelo Sciarra, weary and saddened by the fruitless search, returned home to Hunting Park, he found Terry and Susan asleep on the front porch. for Delaware Township (now Cherry Hill Township) and the Delaware Township School Board. He was a member of the Pine Valley, Tavistock, and Seaview Country Clubs. Surviving are his wife, the former Vera Marie Bowker, a son, Bruce A. Jr., a daughter, Mrs. E. 0. Rosenast Jr., four grandchildren and a sister. A memorial service will be held 8 p.m. Tuesday at the First Presbyterian Church of Merchantville, Maple . Avenue and Center Street. Burial will be private. Deaths elsewhere Theora Hamblett, 82, a shy Mississippi school teacher whose homespun paintings joined the art collections of former Vice President Nelson A. Rockefeller, British actor Sir Alec Guinness and the New York Museum of Modern Art, died yesterday in Oxford, Miss. Miss Hamblett taught grammar school in rural Lafayette County until the early 1930s. She took her first formal art iesson at an adult night class in 1950 and sold her first painting four years later. In 1954 she began painting images from her dreams and sold the first one to an art dealer from New York. She once said that she had sold that painting before it was completely dry and that she had had to keep it awhile after the sale. That painting called "The Vision" now is in the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art. Timmy Everett, 38, an actor, dancer and choreographer, died Friday of a heart attack in his New York City apartment. His Broadway appearances included "Damn Yankees" and "Dark at the Top of the Stairs." He played the juvenile lead in the 1963 movie musical "Music Man." and his most recent appearance was in a television movie, "The Moneychangers." He was a native of Wilmington, N.C. ciently to sustain life or keep the patient alive until a suitable human heart was available for transplant. Barnard added that organs from animals had been transplanted into humans before. Kidneys from chimpanzees had been tried in the early days of renal transplants, he said. N. Phila. man stabbed to death .A North Philadelphia man was found stabbed to death yesterday, and police were questioning a 34-year-old suspect. Stephen Thompson, 25, of 2516 N. Bancroft St., was found lying in the road in the 2600 block of N. Colorado Street at 8:30 p.m. Thompson, who bad been stabbed in the chest, was pronounced dead on arrival at Temple University Hospital. 20,000 march in Tokyo, demand higher wages Associated Press TOKYO More than 20,000 workers and housewives gathered in a Tokyo park and marched through the streets yesterday calling for higher wages and an end to inflation. No incidents were reported. The rally was organized by several trade unions and labor federations in preparation for the annual spring labor campaign for higher pay. Personnel changes are also being reported in provincial administrations. The eastern province of Kiang-su became the fifth province in less than a month to receive a new leader. A local radio broadcast said that Hsu Chia-tun has taken over the posts of party secretary and revolutionary' committee chairman in Kiangsu. He was previously vice-chairman. The former Kiangsu chief, Peng nq ... J . 1 . . .L .L.:. UUU LUJXWil U ill V AW Vuuu - manship of Shanghai's ruling Municipal Revolutionary Committee when the original leaders were purged in October. In the past few weeks new leaders have also been appointed in the provinces of Heilungkiang, Chekiang, Kwangsi and Yunnan. The new editor of the People's Daily is Hu Chi-Wei. He was identified as an assistant editor in the 1950s and is believed to have been working on the journal since then. The sources said that Hu's radical predecessor, Lu Ying, was "presently undergoing a period of correcting his mistakes." The new radio and television chief is Chang Tien-cheng. The sources said former broadcasting director Teng Kang was also taking part in self-criticism. N. J. Senate 1 ilrf X .' - nilMiil1' Bruce A. Wallace Paul Horwitz Paul Horwitz, 47, a microbiologist at Wyeth Laboratories in Radnor, died Saturday at Suburban General Hospital, Norristown. He lived at the Plymouth Park Apartments, Consho-hocken. Mr. Horwitz worked for Wyeth for 27 years. Surviving are his wife, the former Charlotte Soslow; two sons, Mitchell and Craig; and a sister. Services will be held 1 p.m. Tuesday at Berschler Funeral Chapel, 4300 N. Broad St. Burial will be in King David Cemetery. Emma Cohen Emma Cohen, 80, the widow of Max Cohen, died yesterday in her home at 2201 Disston St. She was a member of the Pioneer Women. Surviving are, two daughters, Mrs. Lillian Leiterman and Mrs. Betty Shor; three sons, Dr. Abraham B., Louis and Sidney; three brothers, three sisters, nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Services will be held Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. ata Goldsteins', 6410 N. Broad St. Burial will be in Roosevelt Memorial Park. Mildred S. Grove Mildred S. Grove, 70, of 3303 Longshore Ave., died Sunday at King's Hospital in Fox Chase. Mrs. Grove, the former Mildred Seeger, worked for the American Baptist Convention in King of Prussia until her retirement in 1970 and was a member of the Conwell Baptist Church. She is survived by her husband, David B.; two sons, David L. and Carl E.; a daughter, Mrs. Virginia A. Woodend; one brother and six grandchildren. Services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the Conwell Baptist Church, Tyson and Roland Avenues. Burial will be, in Alexandria, Pa. Harry Freed man Harry Freedman, 67, the manager of a center city shoe store, died Sunday at Abington Memorial Hospital. He lived at 8940 Krewstown Rd., Bus-tleton. Mr. Freedman was manager of the Enna Jettick Shoe Store, 1037 Chestnut St., for the past three years. Prior to his employment there he had been manager of Block's Shoes, 23 Maplewood Ave., Germantown. He was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of Cardozo Lodge 400 of Brith Sholom. Surviving are his wife, the former Rae Scholnick; two daughters, Mrs. Myra Bushell and Maxine; two brothers and three grandchildren. Services will be licld 11 a.m. Tuesday at Goldsteins, 6410 N. Broad St. Burial will be in Roosevelt Memorial Park. Bernard Reisman Bernard Reisman, 60, a vice president of Albert M. Greenfield Inc., a Philadelphia realty firm, died Saturday while on vacation in Miami. Mr. Reisman lived at 2499 N. 50th St. in Wynnefield. He was active in the affairs of the YM and YWHAs of Philadelphia, served as president of the alumni class of 1938 of the University of Pennsylvania, and was a member of Congregation Har Zion in Penn Valley. He is survived by his wife, the former Sally Reich, and a sister, Ruth. Services will be held noon Tuesday at the Berschler Chapel, 4300 N. Broad St. Interment will be in Roosevelt Memorial Park. Death Notices ASHENFELDER On March 5, 1977, of 374 Bradford Ave., Warrington, RUSSELL S., husband of Caroline Sweitier Ashenfeider and brother of Betty Knell of Phila. Relatives, friends and employees of E.5.B. Inc. are invited to attend the funer?! service, Tues afternoon, 2 P.M, al the SHELLY FUNERAL HOME, 1460 Easton Rd., Warrington. Friends may call Tues. afternoon 1 o'clock until service time. Int. Hillside Cem. BASSEMIR March 5, 1977, JEAN K., wife of Charles A. Basse-mir, mother of Alan K. Bassemir. Services and interment will be at the convenience of the family. Memorial gifts may be ent to The American Cancer Society. (KIRK AND NICE) BIEBER March 6, 1977, MABEL (nee Birmingham), wife of the late Charles C, Sr, of Margate, N.J. and formerly of Phila. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Tues. 130 P.M. from FUNERAL HOME OF GEORGE E. vVITTMAIER, 6521 N. Broad St. Int. North wood Cem. Friends may call from 12:30 P.M. BOTELHO March 5, 1977, EMILY EVANS BOTELHO, of the Rittenhouse Claridge, Phila., wife of fhe late Francis M. Bolelho and mother of Stella Y. Botelho, of the same address and Eugene E. Botelho, of Encinitas. Calif. Burial private. Memorial service to be held at a later date. (OLIVER H. BAIR CO.) BUDULAS WILLIAM H., March S, 1977, age 19, beloved son of John and Dorothy Budulas (nee Gilmore), brother of John T. and Dorothy A. Budulas, grandson of Mrs. Irene Budulas and the late Mai v Gilmore. Relatives, friends and Uooer Darby High School Cass of '77 are invited to funeral Wed . 9:30 A.M., THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, 8401 West Chester Pike (cor. Lynn Blvd.), Upper Darbv. Pa. ant) to Mass of Christian Burial, 11 A.M., St. Laurence Church. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Friends may call Tues. eve. 7 to 10. CAMPBELL THOMAS J. JR., on March 4, 1977, brother of Mildred Schwielzer, John Campbell, Anne Gepoert and Marie Borkowski. Relatives and friends invited to funeral, Tues. 9 30 A.M. MICHAEL J. REILLY AND SON FUNERAL HOME, 2632 E. Allegheny Ave. Mass of Christian Burial, 11 A M., Nativity B V M. Church. Int. Holy Redeemer Cem. Mass Cards preferred. There will be no viewing Mon. eve. COHEN March 6, 1977, EMMA (nee Specfor), wife of the late Max, of 2201 Disston St., mother of Mrs. Lillian Leiterman, Dr. Abraham B. Cohen, Mrs. Betty Shor, Mr, Louis Cohen and Mr. Sidney Cohen; also survived by 3 brothers, 3 sisters, 9 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends ar invited to funeral services, Tues., 1230 P.M. precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Roosevelt Mem. Park. Family will return lo 2347 Salem Drive, Cornwells Heights, Pa. COLBERT Suddenly, March 5, 1977, JAMES E. SR., beloved husband of Josephine V. Colbert (nee Peters), devoted father of Mrs. Josephine Stewart, James E. Jr , Mrs. Anastasia Davis, Daniel A,, Mrs. Mary Mackev and Mrs. Letitia Glenn, brother of John; also survived by 21 grandchildren. Relatives, friends and employees of SEPTA invited to funeral Wed., 6 30 A.M., from SHEA FUNERAL HOME, 29th and Dickinson Sts. Mass of Christian Burial, Church of St. Gabriel, 10 A.M. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Friends may call Tues. eve., 7 to 10. DERHAM March 5, 1977, FRANCES D. (nee Diamond), of 1622 Aidenn Lair Rd., Dresher, Pa., formerly of Germantown, wife of fhe late John F. Derham. Relatives and friends are invited to Mass of Christian Burial, Tues., 10 A.M., St. Alphonse Church, Maple Glen, Pa. Entombment Holy Sepulchre Cem. FISHMAN March 6, 1977, JENNIE (nee Beiderman), wife of the late Samuel of 934 N. Randolph St., mother of Mr. Raymond Fishman, Mrs. Beatrice Nord and Mrs. Rosalie Sherman, sister of Mr. Louis Beiderman and Mr. Samuel Beiderman; also survived by 7 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Mon. 1:30 P.M precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Mt. Sharon Cem. Family will relurn to 350 E. Willow Grove Ave., Apt. 714. FRASER On March 4, 1977, JOHN A. SR., beloved husband of Mary Fraser, of 709 Windermere Ave,, O'exel Mill, father of John A. Fraser Jr., brother of Evelyn Owen, of Liverpool, England, grandfather of Thomas and MarK. Relatives and friends and members of Elevator Constructors Union Local No. 5 are invited to the service Tues., 11 A M., al Ihe SPENCER T. VIDEON FUNERAL HOME, Garrett Rd. at Shade-land Ave., Drexel Hill, where friends may call Mon. eve., 7 to 9 P.M. Fernwood Lodge No. 543 services 8 P.M. Int. Arlington Cem. FREEDMAN March 6, 1977, HARRY, husband of Rae (nee Scholnick), of 8940 Krewstown Rd., Imperial Manor No. 2, Apt. no, father of Mrs. Myra Busheil and Miss Maxine Freedman, brother of Mr. Jack Freedman and Mr. Louis Freedman; also survived by 3 grandchildren. Relatives, friends and members of Cardozo Lodge No. 400 Brith Sholom and Slook Montague Post V.F.W. are invited to funeral services Tues., 11 A M precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410) N. Broad St. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family will return to the Imperial Manor No. 2, 8940 Krewstown Rd., Apt. 110. Contributions in his memory may be made lo Ihe Heart Fund. GIBSTEIN March 5, 1977, MIRIAM, of ?10 Hawthorne Drive, Wilmington, Del., mother of Susan Gibstein, daughter of Ray and the late Solomon Gibstein, sister of Norman Gibstein. Relatives and friends are invited to services Tues., 1 P.M., JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS, N. Broad St. above 71st Ave. Int. Montefiore Cem. Family will relurn to the late residence. GLASSER March 6, 1977, ELIAS, of 6341 N. 10th St., brother of Morris Glasser, Adele Boose and Rae Voss. Relatives and friends are invited to graveside services Tues., 2 P.M., Montefiore Cem., Church Rd. and Borbeck St. Family will return to 211 E. Walnut Park Drive. GOLDMAN March 6, 1977, GRACE S. GOLDMAN, fnee Rice), wife of the late Samuel Goldman, mother of Albert F. Goldman, of Phila. and William L. Goldman, of Dovlestown and sister of Ethel Krein; also survived by 5 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Service for relatives and friends Tues., 1 P.M., OLIVER H. BAIR'S, 1820 Chestnut St. Entombment Fernwood Mausoleum, In lieu of flowers, contributions mav be made lo Ihe Heart Fund. GOURLEY March 4, 1977, JOSEPH P., of 233 Barrington Rd Upper Darby, and formerly of South Phila., beloved husband of Margaret (nee Pilkington); also survived by his 2 brothers and 3 sisters. Relatives, friends, employees of Ring Detective Agency, Atlantic and Gulf Refinery Stevedores, Local Union I.W.A. 1536, members of American Legion Post 214, are invited to funeral, Tues., 8:45 A.M., THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, 8401 West Chester Pike (Cor. Lynn Blvd.), Upper Darbv and to Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M., St. Alice Church, Walnut St. and Copley Rd., Upper Darby. Int. St. Denis Cem. Friends mav call Mon. eve., 7 lo 10. GRAHAM March 3, 1977, of Hill Creek Aofs., KATHRYN. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Tues., 10 AM, KIRK AND NICE, 6301 Germantown Ave. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. GREENBERG March 5, 1977, HELEN S. (nee Solomon), wife of the late Sydney N. Greenberg, of the Homestead Nursing Home, mother of Sydney N. Greenberg Jr, and Barbara L. Hirsh, sister of Lillian Slernberger; also survived bv 3 grandchildren and one great grandchild, Services will be private. GROVE Suddenly on March 6, 1977, MILDRED S., fnee Seeger), beloved wife of David, mother of David Lee, Virginia Anne and Carl Edward, brother of Karl Seeger, survived bv 6 grandchildren. Relatives, friends are invited to services Tues., 11 A.M., at the Conwell Memorial Baptist Church, Tyson and Rowland Ave., Mavfair. Int. in Alexandria, Pa. Friends mav call 10 A M until time of service. Family would appreciate memorial contributions to the Conwell Memorial Baptist Church. Arrangements by LAMBIE FUNERAL HOME. HOFFMAN March 4, 1977 formerly of Gin., ANITA M. (nee Kimes) wife of fhe late Jack W. Hoffman Graveside services Tues. 10 A.M. Fairview Cem., Boyertown, Pa. HYATT March 5, 1977, LENA fnee Grisell), of 23?0 5. Carlisle St., wife of the late Frank and mother of Mrs. Margaret Schaefer, and Mrs. Elizabeth Brown; also survived bv 9 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, and a brother, Jacob Grisell. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the services, Wednes., 11 A M., at J. J. ROBERTS, 1701 Ritner St. Int. Evergreen Cem. Friends may call Tues. eve., 7 lo 9. INCOLLINGO March 4, 1977, PIO, son of Domemca (nee Amodei) and the late Agostino; also survived bv S brothers and 2 sisters. Relatives and friends are invited fo funeral Thurs., 8:30 A.M., BERTOTTO FUNERAL HOME, 529-31 Rising Sun Ave. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M., at Incarnation of Our Lord Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Viewing Wed. eve. after 7. KNIGHT LEOLA (nee Payne), March 5, 1977, of 6306 Woodbine Ave., wife of Dennis Knight, mother of Gwendolyn and Allhea Knight, Inez Newsome, Ruby Jones, Alva Deadwyler, Barbara White, Dennis M., Frank E,, Robert S., Prince M.; also survived bv 25 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren, 4 great-great-grandchildren and sister of Ruby Callahan, Carrie Watkin, Elmer Beal, Thelma Smith, Hartrice Payne, Doyle Pavne, John Payne and Samuel Pavne. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral service Wed., March 9, 8 P.M. al the Church of the Redeemer, 24th and Dickinson Sts. Viewing at the Church, Wed. from 6 to 8 P.M. Int. Rolling Green Memorial Park, West Chester, Pa. ( ArrangemenlS bv PELZER-KIRKLAND FUNERAL HOME.) KUTCHER March 5, 1977, ISADORE, husband of France (nes Lew), of 1732 Bieigh Ave., brother of Mrs. Helen Glitzslein, Mr. Edward Kulcher and Mr. Frank. Kutcher; also survived bv nieces and nephews. Relatives, friends, and Postal employees are invited fo funeral services Tues. 1 P.M. precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Mt, Lebanon Cem. Shiva will be observed al 5925 Summer-dale Ave. LIPPINCOTT of Medford Leas, formerly Mooreslown, N.J. on March 6, 1977, ALBERT H age 78, husband of Marion (nee Warner), father of Maryann Nicolson of Belmont, Mass. and Joan VanCleave of Frances-town, N.H.; also 6 grandchildren and one brother, Irving M. Lippmcott of Edoewater Park, N.J. Memorial service Wed. 11 A.M. Mooreslown Friends' Meeting House, Mooreslown, N.J. Contributions may be made to Greenleat Home. Mooreslown N.J. 08057. LITTLE Anarch S, 1977, of tth and Central Ave., Blue Anchor, N.J., THERESA J., beloved wife of Ihe late) Dailis, devoted sister of James Gregorio, Haddort Heights, and Mrs. Pauline Meo, Phila. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral. Tues., 9 A M., from the MARINELLA FUNERAL HOME,. 10? N. 3rd St., Hammonlon, N.J. Mass of Christian Biirinl lft A M I iirv' Church Friends maw call Mon. eve. after 7 P.M. at Ihe funeral home. MAHON March 5, 1977, ALBERT A., of the Chetwvn Aols., Rosemont, Pa., husband of the late Eleanor (nee Russell) and father of Mrs. Thomas Jones, of New York Cifv and Mrs. A. E. Wultfaert, of Wilmington, Del.; also surviving 2 sisters, Mrs. Ida DeWald and Mrs. Katherine O'Callagahan and brother of the late Joseph G. Mahon. Mass of Christian Burial. Wed., 10 A M., St. Agafha-St. James Church, 38th and Chestnut Sts Int. .private. (BRINGHURST-ANDREW J. BAIR.) 1 McCLATCHEY Of Boyton Beach, Fla., formerly of Phila., Pa., on March S, 1977, WALTER J. (BUD), beloved husband of Mary M. McClatchev (nee Mitchell). Relatives, friends, employees of Phila. Gas Works and Post 687 A.L., are invited to attend the funeral. Wed. 9 30 A.M., from JOHN F. FLUEHR AND SONS, 3301-15 Cottman Ave. Mass of Christian Burial at the Church of the Nativity B.V.M., 11 A.M. No viewing Tues. eve. MILNER March 5, 1977, MIRIAM (nee Nerenberg), wife of Louis, of 64 E. Levering Mill Rd., Bala Cvnwvd, Pa , mother of Judith Coche, daughter of Sophie and the late Louis Nerenberg, sister of Leonard Nerenberg. Relatives and friends are invited to service Mon , 11 AM. JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS, N Broad SI above 71st Ave Int. Har Zion Cem. Family will be at the late residence. MOORE ?"chJ- LESS,E HUNTER MOORE, it-' voted mother of Elizabeth Hunter Manning. Friend uj u 'o. vevvmg Tues. March 8. 6 to 8 P M. at Vine Memorial Baolisl Church, 56th and OirsrdJ Ave. Burial 1 1A.M. Wed., Mt. Lawn Cem OWENS On March 4 1977, JOSEPH P.. of Drexel Hill, beloved son of Patrick Owens and Ihe late Lois M Owens, brother of Lois, Kathleen, Larrv, Patrick. Mary and Jimmv. Relatives and friends are inviteo! to the funeral Tues., 8:30 A.M., al Ihe SPENCER T ,vDEON FUNERAL HOME, GaVre". Rd a! evea7 to 9. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A M al th 51 Andrew s Church, Foss Ave. and School Lane. Drexel Hill. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. ' POLITOWSKI March 5, EDWARD F., husband ol Eleanor J. (nea Bober) of Glenolden, Pa., father of Edward, Robert and Joanne, son of Jennie and the late Edward Relatives and Iriends are invited to call Mon. eve. Mc FADDEN FUNERAL HOME, 7 Springfield Rd., Aldan. Mass of Christian Burial, Church of St. Joseph, Tues. II A.M. Int. SS. Peter t, Paul Cem. PORTER March 4, 1977, the REV. PERRY M. PORTER, husoand of Haiei M. and father of Jennena, Emily Porter Donahue, Laura Elaine, and John Mark, son of Lenore E. Porter and brother of Jane Porter Gibson, Dr. John F., William E., and Dr. Sam R. Relatives, clergy, parishoners and friends are invited lo Memorial Services Tues. 2 P.M., St. Martin' Church, King of Prussia Rd., Radnor, Pa. Int. private. The famitv requests memorial gifts lo th Penna. Foundation for Pastoral Counseling. 1843 Carriage Wav, Warrington, Pa. or St. Martin' Church. CRAFT FUNERAL HOME OF ABINGTON. POWELL JAMES CLAYTON, P.O., on March i, 1977, husband of Ihe late Sophia H. Powell of Abinglon, father of Mrs. Helen P. Morgan and also survived bv 3 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to Ihe funeral service Wed II A M. BARON ROWLAND FUNERAL HOME, 10S9 Old York Rd., Abington. Int. Whilemarsh Memorial Park. Friend mav call Wed. after 10:30 A M. Remembrances may be sent lo The Salvation Army. RASMUSSEN ALFRED O., on March 4, 1977, al Stale College, Pa., husband of Mvee Ireland Rasmussen, father of Karen R. Kauffman, 4 grandchildren. Friends may call al the STUARD FUNERAL HOME, 104 Cricket Ave., Ardmore, Mon. eve. 7 lo 9. Int. Fernwood Cem. He was a member of Ihe Keystone Assembly N0.2A.O.M.P. REIS JOSEPH E., JR., March 8, suddenly, of 717 Cinns-minson St., husband of Barbara M. DeBona Reis, father ol Scott and Steven Reis, son of Joseph E. and Helen Atkinson Reis. Relatives, friends, and employees of Ferraro Cadillac are invited to funeral, Tues, 9 AM., FITZPATRICK FUNERAL HOME, 425 Lyceum Ave., Rox. Mass of Christian Burial, Immaculate Heart of Marv Church, 10 A.M. Int. Westminster Cem. Friends may call Mon. tvc after 7. REISMAN March 5, 1977, BERNARD of 7499 N. Mlh St., tiui-.band of Sally (nee Reich), brother of Ruth Reisman. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services, Tues. 12 noon, at the BERSCHLER CHAPEL, 4300 N. Broad St. (at the Blvd.) Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park.. Family will relurn la 2411 N. 50th SI. RIDGE March 4, 1977 ELIZABETH FRETZ of Langhorne, Pa., widow of Henry Lovett Ridge, mother of Mary Elizabeth R. Allison of Wycombe, Pa., Charlotte R. Early of Hillsville, Va. and Ann R. Adams of Mercer Island, Wash., sister ol Mrs. Headley S. White, Al-lentown. Pa. and Frank H. Fretz of Phila.; also survived by 12 grandchildren. Relatives and friends ara invited to the funeral service Tues. 2 P.M. St. James Episcopal Church, Langhorne, Pa. Int. private. Thai family suggesls that memorial contributions b made to the Organ Fund of St. James Episcopal Church, Langhorne, Pa., 19047. ROBERTS CHARLES P., March 5, 1977, of 7103 Wavne Ave., Upper Darby, Pa., beloved husband of Margaret A. Hallinan Roberts and father of Charles P. II. Mrs. Peggy Anne Marciano, Bernadelte, Maureen, Sharon, Patricia, Sean, Patrick and Jennifer Roberts; also survived by 4 grandsons and his sister Mrs. Helen Arcuri. Relatives and friends are invited lo the funeral Wed. 9 A.M. at the residence, 7103 Wavne Ave., Upper Darbv, where friends mav call Tues. eve, after 7 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial 10 A.M., Church of St. Laurence. Int. SS Peler and Paul Cem. Arrangements by JOHN P. DONOHUE, Walnut St. S. Copley Rd., Upper Darby. ROGOWICZ March 6, 1977, IZAK, husband of Helena (nee Klu-ger), of 6425 Large St., father of Mrs. Hanna Udell, grandfather of Jodi Udell. Relatives, friends and members of Prushian-Sherhow B A. are invited to funeral services, Mon., 12:30 P.M. precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Har Nebo Cem. Shiva will be observed at 6425 Large St. Contributions in his memory mav be made to United Pruziner Relief, co Shirley Ruzansky, 144-38 72nd Road, Flushing, N.Y. 11367 or to Solomon Schechier Day Schools, 1410 Montgomery Ave., Wynne wood. Pa. RUTIGLIANO Suddenly, March 3, 1977, EILEEN M. (nee Eno leri), loving wife of Thomas and mother of James, Lisa, Heather Patterson and Stacie Rutigliano, beloved daughter of James and Evelyn, daughter-in-law of Frank and Marge Rutigliano, granddaughter of Mrs. Gladvs Englerl. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Wed., 9 A M at ROTHERMEL-VU DEON FUNERAL HOME, 57 S. Eagle Rd., Haver-town, where friends may call Tues. eve. after 7. Mass of Christian Burial, Wed., 10 A.M., Sacred Heart Church, SAYBOLT March 4, 1977, JOHN, beloved husband of Amelia (nee Reeves). Relatives and friends, also member of Allegheny Ave. Baptist Church, employees of PGW. Fernwood Lodge 543 F &A M , A L. PGW Post No. 687, are invited to services. Tues. al 11:30 A M , CHARLES L. KESTER CO., 609-1 1 E. Allegheny Ave. Int. Sunset Memorial Park. Friends may call Mon. eve. Masonic Services I P.M. SHOLL March 5, 1977, RAYMOND A SR. of 120 E Mont , gomerv Ave., Ardmore, husband of Jeannetle L. Sholi and father of Raymond A. Sholl, Jr. and grandfather of Glen and Jovce Sholl. Relatives and friends are invited to services Wed. 2 P.M. from fhe Chaoal , of West Laurel Cem., Bala Cvnwvd. Int. West Laurel Cem. There will be no viewing. Memorial contributions may be made to the Building Fund of Bryn Mawr Hospital. Family will receive friend afler 1 P.M. Wed. al Ihe Chapel. SIRAVO i March 4, 1977, EMILIA, daughter of Ihe lale Maria (nee DiSandro) and Ihe late Donato; also survived . bv 3 brothers and 4 sisters. Relatives and friend f are invited to funeral Thurs., 8 30 A.M , BERTOT- . TO FUNERAL HOME, 529-31 Rising Sun Ave. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M , Incarnation of Our Lord Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Viewing . Wed. eve. after 7. SPENCER March 5, 1977, MARY A. fnee Noon) of Juniata Park, formerly of Gtn., wife of the late Francis, mother of Mrs. Rita Paul and Mrs. Frances Snvder; also survived bv 7 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends invited to funeraj Tues 8 30 A M. from OUCKIN FUNERAL HOME, 1419 E. Hunting Park Ave. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M. Holy Innocents Church. Inf. Holy Sepulchre Cem. No viewing Mon. eve. THOMAS Of Abington. on March , 1977, EDNA H wife of fhe late I. Powell and beloved mother of John P. Thomas. Relatives and friends are invited to services Wed , 1 P.M . CRAFT FUNERAL HOME Of ABINGTON, 1801 Old York Rd. at Old Welsh Rd. Int. West Laurel Hill Cem. Friends may call Wed. from 12 Noon. Parking on premises. Gifts in memo ry of Edna may be made lo Ihe Heart Fund. VOLOV March 4, 1977, PAULINE (nee Kaolan), wife of tr lale Samuel, of 1180 Lindsay Lane, Rvdal, Pa., mo'her of Mrs. Phyllis Weisgold and Mrs. Leda Zwickel, sister of Mrs. Ma'y Epstein and Mrs. Jean ' Brosnick; also survived by 8 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Mon , 12 Noon precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Montefiore Cem. Family will return to 1180 Lindsay Lane, Rydal, Pa. Contributions in her memory may be made to American Medical at Denver or your favorite charily. WALLACE On March 4. 1977, BRUCE A husband of Vf a B. (nee Bowker), of Cherry Hill, N.J., age 71 years, also surviving daughter, Mrs. Diane W. Rosenast, of Wvomissing, Pa., son Bruce A. Wallace Jr., Had-Jonfield, N.J., 4 grandchildren, sister, Mrs. Mildred W. Abbey, Neptune, N.J. Relatives and friends ara invited to attend memorial services Tues. eve , i P M. at the First Presbyterian Church, Maple Ave. and Center St., Merchantville, N.J. Int. private. No viewing. It is Ihe family's wish that flowers and other memorials be omitted. Arrangements by MURRAY-PARAOEE FUNERAL HOME, Cherry HHIj N.J. WIECZOREK March 5, 1977, LOUISE (nee Woroniecki), wife of he lale Anthony, mother of Florian Hunkapiller and sister of Lody Wenders, Caro! Macko, Genevieve Drama, Joseph and Pal Woron. Relatives and Irifintii mrm InvifoH to hr tnsrl Wii A M from the SLABINSKI FUNERAL HOME, 2614 Orthodox SI. Mass 10 A.M., St. Charles Borromeo Church. Int. Forest Hills Cem. Viewing Tues. 6 to 9 P.M. Parking on premises WINGE of Chestnut Hill, formerly of Kulpsville, March I GERT H. husband of Louise Winge, age 70. Funerrf services Tues. 1 P.M. WALTER SHAEFF FUNERAL HOME, 145 Tennis Ave., Ambler. Int. private. There will be no viewing. WINKLER WALTER A., Suddenly, on March 4, 1977, of Drexel Hill, Pa., husband of Helen Sack Winkler, father of Thomas A., Donna Lvnne and Waller A. Winkler, Jr., 6 grandchildren; also survived by his mother Eva F, Winkler, sister Clare H., brothers Stanley M. and Joseph T. Winkler. Mass of Christian Burial St. Charles Borromeo Church, Oakview, Wed., March 9, at 10 A.M. Friends mav attend the funeral from the STUARO FUNERAL HOME, 104 Cricket ave., Ardmore, Wed. at 8:30 A.M. Int. Calvary Cem. Friends mav call at Sluard Funeral Home, Tues. eve. 7 to 9. WOLFE March 3, 1977, GLORIA SHIPLEY, wife of the latt Russell S, Wolfe, of 507 Askin Rd;, St. Davids, sister of Mrs. Henry R. Granger, of Baltimore. Md. Masi ol Christian Burial Mon., 1 P M. in St. Katharine or Siena Church, Lancaster Pike, Wavne, Pa. Inl, Snnnglieid Cem., Svkesville, Md., on Tues. at 1 P.M. Contributions in her memory mav be sent io flit Peart s Buck Foundation, Green Hill Farms. Pir Kasie, Pa. OLIVER H. BAIR.

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