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M::m4' 'Wr I fcdpvv: trs M-I .i-Wfe ON A WEEKEND in the country, Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau (right) and his wife, Margaret (left), give Mr. and Mrs. New Aussie Leader To Tackle Economy Associated Press SYDNEY, Australia Australia's new prime minister, Malcolm Fraser, said yesterday that economic issues would be his conservative administration's top priority. He suggested that his government would not make major policy shifts as quickly as ousted Labor Prime Minister Gough Whitlam did when he came to power in 1972. "I think it's very important that matters be done properly," Fraser told a news conference in his home with his wife, Tamara, seated beside him. "The way you do things is very often as important as what you do, because if you do things the right way, you're more likely to make the right decisions." Union spokesmen said they were willing to wait and see what Fraser would be able to do toward restoring Many Restaurants Are Found Unsanitary United Press International WASHINGTON' - Unsanitary conditions may be found in nearly 90 percent of public restaurants, according to a random sampling in nine cities by federal inspectors. The General Accounting Office (GAO), in a report to Congress made public during the weekend, said Food and Drug Administration (FDA) inspectors had checked 185 of the 14,736 restaurants in Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Detroit, Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco, 'Norfolk, Va., and Tucson, Ariz. . On the basis of that sample, the GAO concluded that 13.233-89.8 percentprobably were unsanitary. In one of the nine cities, not a single restaurant sampled by the FDA met sanitary standards, the report said. Only one of the cities "aggressively enforced" sanitation ordinances, it said. The others were reluctant to close restaurants and generally relied instead on re-inspections. The GAO did not identify the cities Delay is Granted In License Fight Axsocialid Press NEW YORK Cancellation by the State Liquor Authority of the Village Gate's license because of a stage show playing there has been stayed by State Supreme Court justice Bernard Nadel pending a hearing Jan. 2. The Authority recently adopted a regulation banning "lewd and indecent" performances in places where liquor was sold. By a 3-2 decision -Dec. 4, the Authority ruled that the Village Gate's production of "Let My People Come," was lewd and indecent. The show has been playing for two years at the Greenwich Village theatercab-aret. Nadel's stay is effective until the scheduled Jan. 2 hearing on the Village Gate's suit to retain its license. Timor Group Asmrintcd Press JAKARTA, Indonesia Ocussi, a tiny Portuguese enclave in the Indonesian half of Timor Island declared itself part af Indonesia yesterday, Jakarta Radio re wrted. At the same time, Indonesia de- . clared that the United Nations should pay more attention ti the call for ! independence in Portuguese Timor ; rather than making accusations of Indonesian military intervention. , Jakarta Radio said El Tari, governor of the Indonesian East Lesser Sunda Islands which includes Gaston Thorn a tour of their residence at Harrington Lake, Ottawa. Thorn is prime minister of Luxembourg. employment and reducing infation. They did not repeat suggestions that they made before the election that trade unionists would respond to a defeat for Labor with nationwide strikes. ' Fraser said he would name his cabinet before Christmas. He said it would be smaller and more efficient than Labor's 27-member team. Fraser, 45, said he was surprised by his coalition's large margin despite polls that accurately predicted the size of the victory. Projections based on the latest vote counting for the House of Representatives gave Frasers' coalition of the Liberal and National Country parties 90 seats and Labor 33. Four seats, all of them formerly held by Labor, remained in doubt. In the old Parliament, Labor had a 65-61 majority, and there was one independent. Vote tallying for the Senate could . take as long as a month to complete. to which it had referred in either case. The congressional investigating agency concluded that efforts by the FDA to improve enforcement of sanitary regulations by state and local governments had been "largely ineffective" because it lacked money, manpower and authority. ) It said conditions in the 185 restaurants included roaches and beetles crawling on food, mouse droppings on shelves, rat infestations, dirty meat-cutting blocks, food stored in open containers in dirty refrigerators, rotting meat in freezers, and insecticides and cleaning compounds , stored with food. Inspectors also found food not protected from contamination in 73 percent of the restaurants, improper temperatures for storing foods in 60 percent, dirty kitchenware and food-contact surfaces in 65 percent, inadequate facilities for washing equipment and utensils in 54 percent and use of dirty ice in beverages and food in 43 percent. The inspections were made in 1974 at the GAO's request, but the report quoted an FDA official as saying that sanitary conditions in restaurants had "not greatly improved" since then. Schlesinger Warns Of Russian Edge . VnifBd Press International' WASHINGTON Former Defense Secretary James R. Schlesinger said in an interview published yesterday that unless the trend is changed, the Soviets would have a "atrategic edge" over the United States by 1980. Schlesinger told U. S. News and World Report that as the Soviets "become more experienced and familiar with thehandling of the nwer weapons systems, our strategic edge will disappear." He said that "unless we take advantage of offsetting action before 19S0, they would have a strategic edge." Wants to Join Indonesia West Timor received a declaration of association from a four-man de'egatim from Ocussi. The 310-square-mile enclave on Timor's north coast has a population of about 16,000. Residents in Dili, the capital of Portuguese Timor on the eastern half of the Southeast Asian island, "reportedly raised Indonesian flags, but Indonesian officials denied that the territory had been merged with Indonesia. Indonesian troops landed in Dili last week to help pro-Indonesian United Prest International Bennett Feitelson Bennett H. Feitelson, 82, president of a textile waste company, died yesterday in Lankenau Hospital. He lived in the Presidential Apartments on City Line Avenue. Mr. Feitelson had been president of M. Feitelson and Sons Inc. for the last 10 years. Previously he had held other offices in the firm, including vice president. He was a member of Har Zion Temple and the United Jewish Organizations. Surviving are a son, Gerald; a daughter, Mrs. Florence Reese, and five grandchildren. Services will be at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow at,GoldsteinV6410 N. 'Broad St. Burial will be in Mount Lebanon Cemetery; Collingdale. Carl W. Myers Carl W. Myers, 82, a former deputy register of wills for the city of Philadelphia, died Saturday in Rox-borough Memorial Hospital. He lived at 3440 Midvale Ave. During his political career in the 1940s and early 1950s, he was a com-mitteman, leader of the 38th ward, real-estate assessor, state district highway safety director and chief clerk of the Registration Commission. He also was a Mason. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Dorothea H. Townsend; a brother, Harry; a sister, Miss Katherii.'e Myers, and one grandchild. Servics will be held Thursday at 10:30 a.m. at the Turner Funeral Home, 6028 Ridge Ave. Burial will be in West Laurel Hill Cemetery " Deaths Elsewhere Brig. Gen. James W. Cannon, 46, who directed the opening of Vietna-' mese refugee . camps at Fort Chaffee, Ark., and, Fort Indiantown Gap, Pa., died Saturday of lung cancer at Reynolds Army Hospital in Fort Sills, Okla. . , Gen. Cannon, a native of Pittsburgh and a combat veteran of Vietnam with 15 decorations, had been in the Army 27 years. He was commander of the III Corps Artillery, th largest field artillery group,, at the time of his death. Robert W. Smith, 59, publisher of the Minneapolis Star and the Miiuie-apolis Tribune, died Saturday in his sleep in Wayzata, a suburb of Minneapolis. Cause of death was not known. Joseph W. Barker, 84, a former soecial assistant to the secretary of the Navy and retired dean of the Columbia University School of Engineering, died Wednesday in New Rochelle, N.Y. Prof. Barker was in charge of all training programs in the Navy during World War II. Frederick W. Hilles, 75, a specialist on 18th century English authors and chairman of the Yale University English Department for 11 years, died Wednesday at St. Luke's Hospital in New York. Prof. Hilles re- ! mice David Webb, 50, a jewelry designer who numbered many jet setters among his clients, died Friday of cancer in New York. Mr. Webb, commissioned by President John F. Kennedy to make many state gifts for heads of state, also designed the U. S. Freedom medal. parties drive back the leftist forces of the Revolutionary Front for Independence of East Timor (Fretilin). The leftists and pro-Indonesians have been fighting since April for control of the Portuguese colony. The U.N. Secu:.ts Council is expected to take up the issue today. The General Assembly has already called for Indonesian troops to be withdrawn from the territory, but the Indonesia government repeated yesterday that Indonesians fighting Fretilin were "volunteers" beyond its control. Obituaries j Hendrik A. van Es Hendrik A. van Es, 56, president, assistant manager and activities director at the Drexelbrook Club, died Saturday in Delaware County Memc rial Hospital. He lived at the Drexelbrook Apartments, 8 Drexelbrook Drive, Drexel Hill. He was a Coast Guard veteran of World War II, was active in the Girl Scouts, was a past president of the Boosters Association of Upper Darby High School and a member of the U. S. Lawn Tennis Association. ' Surviving are his wife, the former Josephine Brittingham; a daughter, Karen Jo, and a sister, Mrs. Annie Smit. Services will be held at 12:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Spencer. T. Videon Funeral Home, Garret Road and Shadeland Avenue, Drexel Hill. Burial will be in Arlington Cemetery, also in Drexel Hill. ' s Samuel Horowitz Samuel Horowitz, 75, of 525 S. Melville St., who retired in'1957 after 26 years as an investieator for the U. 5. Immigration and Naturalization Service, died yesterday in Jefferson Hospital. He was a board member of the United Synagogues of America, director of Beth Hillel-Beth El Synagogue, and past president of the Middle Atlantic Region, Jewish Mens Clubs. Surviving are his wife, the former Essie Spewack; . a son, Martin; a daughter, My ma; a brother and two grandchildren. . Services will be held at 3 o.m. today at Levine's, 7112 N. Broad St. Burial will be in Roosevelt Memorial Park. Mildred Dougherty Mrs. Mildred McDonald Dougherty, 77, who retired 12 years ago after 30 vears' service as a telephone operator at Breyers Ice Cream Co., died the Tmer-Chester Medical Center Burn Division from burns suf fered in a fire a week ago at her apartment. She lived at Stonehurst Court Apartments, Upper Darby. . Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Mildred D. Muir; three brothers;- two sisters; two grandchildren and one great-grandchild. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Church of St. Alice, Upper Darby. Burial will be in Arlington Cemetery, Drexel Hill. , . . Louis Kravitz Louis Kravitz, 61, died yesterday at Cro:.er-Chester Hospital. He was a putter or Shin and Shore textile com pany of Chester and lived at 7916 Pickering St. in Phiiadeipnia. Mr. Kravitz was a sponsor of Up land Athletic Club.. ' He is survived bv his wife, the for mer Leah Melazar, a son, Steven, and a sister. Mrs. Jean Wigaer. Services will be at 10 a.m. tomor row at Goldstein's, 6410 N. Broad St. Riirinl will he at Mount Sharon Cem- etery in Springfield, Delaware County. Death Notices iem el 5423 N. Fiirhill SI . Dc. 12. 1975. S. ARTHUR. husband of Mary (nee AAaulO. Relatives and friends, also Kevslone Lodge No. 271 F.&A.M.'arc invifed to services Mon. 2 P.M., St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal-Church, 100 Church Rd,. Oreiand. Int.; Sunset Memorial Park. CRAFT OF ERDENHEIM. BRUH0 v ; ; ; Dec. 17, 1975, PHILIP C. o' 5714 N. 7th. St.. formerly of Manavunk and Germantown, beloved husband of Rose (nee Rissi), devoted (alher of Angle, Philip and Rosemarie, brother of Anna, Theresa, Lucv and Tonv Bruno; also survived bv 8 grandchildren. Re'atives and friends invited to funeral Wed., J .10 A.,v. at ANGELONE FUNERAL HOME, INC.. 1538 Vernon Rd., Mt. Airv. Mass of Christian Burial 10 A.M. at St. Helena Church. Int. Holv Sepulchre Cem. Viewing Tues. eve. CANTOR Dec. U, 1975 RAE (nee Brarmon), wife of Harry of 2232 Brighton St., mother ol Mr. Joseph Cantor and Mrs. Ellen Kerrigan, sister of Mrs. Doris Cohen, Mrs. GokJie Spizer, Mrs. Svlv-a Burgis and Mrs. Edith Lubin. Relatives and friends are invited fo funeral services, Tues. 11 AM. precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Monlefiore Cm. Family will return to 2232 Brighton SI. Contributions in her memory may be made to the American Onocologic Hospijal or the Cancer Fund. CLARK . Dec. 13, 1975. AUGUSTA (nee Marks), wife of the late Albert, of 2101 S. Ocean Drive, Hollywood, Fla., (lormerly of Phila ), mother of Sylvia, Jotte and Edwin Clarke, sisier of Samuel J. Marks; also survived by 3 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to services, Tues. I PMJOSEPH LEVINE ANO SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS, N. Broad St. above 71sl Ave Int. Har Nebo Cem. Family will return to 518 General Lafayette Rd., Marion, Pa. CLEGG Dec. 12, 1975, formerly of Glenside, Pa., MABEL S, wile of the lale Cyrus C Clegg. Relatives and friends are invited to service Wed. 10 A.M., JOHN R. FREED FUNERAL HOME, 124 N. Easton Rd., Glenside. Int. Whitemarsh Memorial Park. D0AK Dec. 13, 1975, CHARLOTTE R. wife of the late Samuel E. Doak. Service and interment private. DULL On Dec. 13, 1975, JOHN A , husband of Laura (nee Moore), of Lansdowne Towers, formerly of E. La Crosse Ave , Lansdowne, father of Mrs. Joseph J. (Dorothy) Pitetti, of Upper Darby; also survived by 3 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral service It A M. Wed at THE JOHNSTON FUNERAL HOME, 9 E. Baltimore Ave , Lansdowne. Int. Ml Zion Cem. Friends and Delco Lambskin Square Club may call Tues. eve 7-9 P.M. Emulation Lodge No. 728 F.8.A.M., Masonic Service 8 P.M. Tues eve. unYtn Dec. 12. 1975. MARY E. (nee McSparron). (Formerly of Germantown), wife of the late Francis P., mother of Francis J., sisier of Joseph V. McSparron; also survived bv grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral on Tues. 8:30 A M., from the PETNER FUEERAL HOME, 42l Frankford Ave (at Levick SI.) Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M., SI. Alhanasius Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may call on Mon. eve. ETN0N Dec. 12. 1975. of 101 Springhouse Lane, Glenside, Pa. MILDRED ELLIS, wife of Harold G Evnon Jr Relatives and friends invited to service Tues.. z PM, JOHN R. FREED FUNERAL HOME, 124 N. Easton Rd.. Glenside. Int. private. FARRUGGI0 Dec. 13, 1975, MARIA (nee Indelicate), of 901 Mansion St., Bristol, wife of the late Giusenoe. and mother of Samuel, Anthony, Joseph Jr., Mrs. Nicholas Marino, Mrs. John Passanante, Mrs. Frank Gervasio, Mrs. Joseph Stampone and Mrs. Anthony Mama; she was 81. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral on Wed, 9 A.M. trom the GALZERANO FUNERAL HOME, 430 Radclilfe St.. Bristol. Mass ol Christian Burial, 10 A.M., in St.-Ann's Church. Int. St. Mark's Cem. Friends may call Tues. ev. at the funeral home, after 7 P.M. FEITELSON Dec. 14, 1975, BENNETT H., husband of the late Lena, of the Presidential Aots . father of Mr. Gerald Feitelson and Mrs. Florence Reese, also survived by 5 grandchildren. Relatives adnd frtends are invited to lureral services Tues.. 11:30 A M. precisely. "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N Broad St. Inf. Ml. Lebanon Cem. Fam ily wilt return to 133 Overbrook Parkway. Overbrook Hills. Pa. Family respectluilv requests contributions in hit memory be made to your favorile charity. FORBES Dec. 13. 1975, HAINES L. FORBES of Stratford. N J., husband of Anna M. Forbe (nee Gallagher), father of Haines J.. Roberl C. and Mrs. Nancy Theresa Kowaicivk; also survived by 3 grandchildren. Services for relatives, friends and employees of Loos and Dilworth Inc., Tues. 10:30 A.M. at OLIVER H. BAIR'S, 1820 Chestnut St., where Inends may,ca Mon. 7-1 P.M. Int. Ml. Monah Cem. 4 4 Monday, Dec. 15, Death Notices 6ALM LUCIE, on Dec. 12. 1975, beloved wife of Ihe Olio, survived bv sister residing in Germany. Relatives and friends are invifed to funeral service Z P.M. Tues., Dec. 16, from Ihe WETZEL. AND SON FUNERAL HOME, 5lh and .Roosevelt Blvd. Friends may call Tues. atler 1 P.M. Int. Forest Hills. Cem. GELLER Dec. 13, 1975, NATHAN, husband of the late Gol-die (nee Oirich), of 10 Tompkins Rd.. East Brunswick, N.J., formerly of 1631 Spruce St., Phila.. father of Mrs. Fred (Claire) Sleiger, brother of Mrs. Milu (Brauna) Sadovnik, Mrs. Jennie Singer and Isaac Kauffman: also survived by 2 grandchildren Services Tues. 2 P.M. precisely at ROSENBERG S RAPHAEL SACKS, 4720 N Broad St. Int. Mt. Sharon Cem. Family will return lo the Stelger residence, 10 Tompkins Rd., East Brunswick, N.J. The lamily -suggests contributions in his memory may be made lo a charily of the donor's choice. GOLDBERG Dec. 13, 1975, MINNIE (nee Saritz), wife of the late John, of 1000 Ivy Hill Rd., mother of Mrs. Rila Breskman and Mrs. Miriam Linker, sisier of Mrs. Hattie Shapiro, Mrs. Mary Eskin, Mrs. Ethel Villari and Mrs. Sue Sternberg; also survived bv 4 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited lo funeral services Mon. II A.M. precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Har Zion Cem. Shiva will be observed at 1000 Ivy Hill Rd. lApt. B9). Contributions in her memory may be made to ORT or Hadassah. G0LDFINE ; Dec. 14, 1975, FANNY (nee Gufstein) wife of lh late Jacob Goldfine, of 3939 Conshohocken Ave., mother of Elizabeth Farber and Louis Goldfine; also survived bv 5 grandchildren and 7 greatgrandchildren. Relatives and friends invited to services Mon. 1 P M JOSEPH LEVINE and SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS, North Broad SI. above 71st Ave. Int. Mt. Sharon Cem. Family will return lo home ol Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldfine, 522 Spragut Rd., Penn Valley, Narberth, Pa. GORDON Dec. 14, 1975, ANNA (nee Weinstein), wife of Louis, of 1419 Stevens St., mother of Mrs. Pauline Miller and Mr. Abram Gordon, sister of Mrs. Mary Krause; aiso survived bv 3 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited lo funeral services Tues., 12 Noon precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Shalom Memorial Park. Shiva will be observed at the Heritage Aots., 2607 Welsh Rd.. Apt. B205. Family requests that contributions in her memory be made la your favorile charity. .... HALL Dec. 12. Vf?5. of St. Petersburg, Fla., formerly of Phila., RAYMOND E beloved husband of Irene McKee Hall, devoted father of Horace G. Hall, and Mrs. Marion Kramer; also survived by 4 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren: he was a 50 year mamber of the Pennsylvania Railroad. Relatives and Iriends are invited to his services, Wed., 11 A.M., at the BATES FUNERAL HOME, 5000 Jackson St., cor. of Wakeling SI. (Fkd ), Phila., Pa. Inf. Forest Hills Cem. Friends may call Tues. eve. HALL WILLIAM F SR., Dec. 14, 1975, husband of Alice L. Hall; survived bv 2 daughters.a son, 3 grandchildren, and one great grandchild. Viewing Wed., Dec. 17, 6 lo I P.M.. at Greater St. Matthew's Independent Church, Race and VodgesSt., Phila., Pa. Contributions lo The Heart Fund,or The American Cancer Society, in lieu of flowers, is preferred. Int. private. HARDY Dec. 13, 1975, of Germantown, MARJORY K. HARDY, M.D. Service and intermenl private. Memorial gifts may be made to Sacred Heart free Home, 1315 W. Hunting Park Ave., Phila., Pa. 19140 HEBERLING EARL, on Dec. 13, 1975 of Rockledge, beloved husband of C. Mabel (nee Oldham) and devoted father of Jean Beck, Violet Pandolfi, Nanev Klein and David, Relatives and friends are invited to services Wed. i P.M. J. W. DEAN & SON, 7900 Oxford Ave., Fox Chase. Phila. Int. Sunset Memorial Park. Viewing Tues. eve. HOROWITZ Dec. 14, 1975, SAMUEL, husband of Essie (nee Spewack). of 525 S. Melville St., father of Martin and Mvrna Horowitz, brother of Harry Horowitz; also survived bv 2 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to services Mon. 3 P.M., JOSEPH LEVINE AND SONS MEMORIAL CHAPELS, N. Broad St. Above 71st Ave. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family will be at 316 Old Forrest Road, Carroll Park. Contributions in his memory may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. HUTCHISON Dec. 12, 1975, formerly of 6765 Vandike St., CATHERINE (nee Fotheringham), wife of Ihe lale ' Siltiam and mother of Margaret O. Brown and William F. Hutchison, age 84. Relatives and friends and members of Taconv. Chapter No. 340 O.E.S. invited lo allend fhe funeral Tuesday 11 A.M. from ROBERT B. ROWLAND FUNERAL HOME, 7013-15 Torresdale Ave. Int. private. No viewing Mon. evening. JUDGE Dec. 13, 1975, MARGARET H. (born McDer-mott). widow of Richard L. Judge Sr., mother of. Richard L. Judge Jr.; also survived bv 6 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends, also B.V.M. Sodality are invited to attend funeral Wed. 8 A.M., from JOHN R. DEAOY'S, 2501 S. Camac St., then lo Ihe Eohiphany of Our Lord R C. Church. Funeral Mass 9:30 A.M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Calling hours Tues. 6 to 10 P.M. KACZMAREK Dec. 12, 1975. VICTORIA (Sadowski). wife of the lale Walter, baloved mother of Chester Keller, Mildred Ditaranto, Raymond Keller, Violet Kling, Jean Fiore and Josephine Schneider. Relatives and friends are invited to dhe funeral Tues ,8:30 A.M, JOSEPH T. SEKULA FUNERAL HOME INC., 2634 E Allegheny Ave. (Cor. Thompson St.). Funeral Mass 9:30 A.M., St. Valentine's Church. Int. SI. Valentine's Cem., Andalusia, Pa. Viewing Mon. eve. KATZ Dec 14, 1975, LUDWIG, husband of Selma (nee Thaineimer) of 696 Mavfair St. Relatives and friends are invited to services Tues. 11 A.M. JOSEPH LEVINE ft SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS, N. Broad St. above 7 1st Ave. Int. Montefiore Cem. Contributions in his memory may be made to a charity of Ihe donor's choice. K0SIEL0WSKI Dec. 12, 1975, HELEN E., wile of the lale lonacy and mother of Carl. Relatives and friends invited lo Mass of Christian Burial, Malernity B.V.M. Church, Tues., 10 A M Int. private. No viewing. Family pre- . fers Mass Cards or donations to vour favorite charity Arrangements bv McCAFFERTY FUNERAL HOME, 6126 Torresdale Ave., Phila. KOSS - YERKOV Dec. 12. 1975, ANTOINETTE (TONA), beloved mother of Marie Warnecki, Helen Yerkov, John' Yerkov, Charlie Yerkov and Anita Jones; also survived by 14 grandchildren and 11 great grandchil- ' dren. Relatives, friends and members of the Austrian Seacoast B. & B. Assn. Ladies Aux., are invited to attend the funeral Wed. 9 A.M, from THEO. J. BAJ FUNERAL HOME, 2656 E. Thompson St. (at Lehigh Ave.) Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M. St. Anne's Church. Int. St. Peter's Cem. Friends may call Tues. eve. Contributions in her fate memory toward a memorial medical eouipment fund on the island of Zirie Kod Sibenika, Yugoslavia, would be greatly appreciated. Contributions may be sent to her late residence, 2550 Edgemont St., Phila., Pa. 19125. KRAUSE JOHN A. JR., of Willow Grove, Pa., on Dec. 13, 1975, beloved husband of Edith K. (nee Bantom) and father of Kenneth J., Kathy A. and Mark H. Krause. Relatives, friends and employees of the Singer Co. are invited to the services Wed., 11 A.M., at Ihe Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Parkview and Lycoming Ave., Abinolon. lot. Hillside Cem, Friends mav call Tues. alter 7 P.M at the WETZEL-WHITE FUNERAL HOME, 501 N. Easton Rd., Willow Grove. ., ' KRAVITZ Dec 14, 1975, LOUIS, husband of Leah, of 7916 Pickering St., father of Mr. Steven Kravitz and brother ol Mrs. Jean Wigder. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral services, Tues. 10 A.M. precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad SI. Inf. -Ml. Sharon Cem. Family will return to 7916 Pickering St. Contributions in his memory may be made to Deborah Heart and Lung Center. KUKLINSKI WALTER, Dec. 12, 1975 of Hammonlon, N.J., formerly of Phila., beloved husband of the lale Marie (nee Kolek), dear brother of Stephanie Oc-zkowski, Laura Antonitis, and Joseph Kuklinski. Relatives, friends. Knights of St. George, University of Penna. Experimental Lab. are invited to funeral Wed 10 A.M. from Ihe JOHN J. CERANKOWSKI FUNERAL HOME, 2635-37 Orthodox SI. Mass of Christian Burial, St. John Cantius Church, 11 A.M. Int. Holv Redeemer Cem. Viewing Tues. ev. MACK ' Dec. 13, 1975. FRANCIS J., age 66, of Leisure-town, N.J. formerly of Levtttown, Pa., beloved husband of Violet S. (nee Sinclair) and father of Mrs. Judith Mills, James S., Arthur J., George W.; also 3 sisters. Sister M, Theron, I.H.M., of Scranton, Pa., Mrs. Gertrude Eisenhardt, Mrs. Maxine Keene; also 1 grandchild. Relatives and friends are invitrd to the funeral services on Wed., 1 1 A M., from FUNERAL HOME OF INGLESBY & SONS, Cove and Wvndam Rds., Pennsauken. Int. Lakevtew Memorial Park. Friends may call Tues. eve. MANKO Suddenly, Dec. 13, 1975, NICHOLAS, beloved husband of Anna Manko, devoled father of Mary Ann Trubisky, Theresa Clark. Eva BaNav and Anna Dickerson; also survived bv 6 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral Wed., I A.M, KOCIUBINSKY FUNERAL HOME, -iwc K- Ml r - .--., ..;. r:..:- i --.,. ? Cathedral 'of W" Immaculate Conception. Int. Si' Mary's Cem., Fox Chase. Viewing Tues. eve. 7 to 9:30. , MANLIN Dec. 13, 1975 SELMA B. (nre Butchin), wife of ?scar. of 7639 Brookhaven Ri.'., mothf of Mrs. obv Kay Kaolan and Mr. Robert Manlm, sister of Mrs. Lava Rosen, grandmother 01 Craig, Chris and Jessica. Relatives and friends are 'nvited to funeral , services, Mon. 1 PM. precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. tnl. Montefiore Cem. Family will return to 1849 Bever Ave. Contributions in her memory may be made to the Freda Goldstein Chapter of Deborah. McWHIRTER On Dec 14, 1975. EDITH E. (nee Hey), beloved wife of James McWhirter, of Movlan, Pa., mother of Mrs. Linda Verne Eisenhart, of Newark, Ohio and Mrs. Gail Gibson Moore, of King of Prussia; also survived bv 4 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a memorial service on Tues. afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Watlingford Presbyterian Church, Brookhaven and Avonriate Rds., Walhngford. E xpressions of sympathy in Ihe form of memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society, 1740 S. Stale Rd., Upper Darby would be appreciated and acknowledged (Arrangements by THE CAVANAGH-PATTERSON FUNERAL. HOME, Media.) MEYER Dec. 13. 1975, FANNY (ne Reutlinger), wife of !h late Markus Mever, of 2248 Friendship St., Phila., mother of Kurt and Eric Mever, also survived bv 1 sister, 1 granddaughter and 2 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to services Mon. 12 noon JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS, N. Broad St. above 7)sl ave. Int. Montefiore Cem. The family will return to fhe late residence. In lieu of remembrances contributions may bt made to a charity of Ihe donor's choice. . , MYERS EILEEN, of 42 Harvard Ave., Swarthmore; on Dec. 12, 1975, mother of Kathleen and Peter Mvers. Relatives and friends are invited to a memorial service on Tues., 11 A.M.. at Trinity Episcopal Church, Swarthmore, Pa. 19081. Remembrances in her name may bt strr to the above named church. 197S Philadelphia Inquirer 9 C Death Notices PARA00NA6IAN Dec. 14. 1975, t5THtK, oeioveo moinrr oi mw- j s jaret N cniroson l '"" "'" ,--.Y 10 ner viewing vra., r ; v -. A M , Holy Trinity Armenian aposiouc v-nurcn, wi Ashmead Rd., Cheltenham, Pa. tnl Lawnviiw Cam. , uona nons io in auv wiuivh v u w r PRESNER ; ' Dec. 12, 1975, NATALIE (nee Triuskowski), loved wife of Stanley and dear mother of Allc. Smith and Stanley, also sadly missed bv 3 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Retativej, . friends, Holy Family Sodality, Queen Hedwig Socle-' . ly, Polish Bene. Assn. Grp. U, PolOnia Ladies Assn .. t Union Of Polish Women Grp. I nd,Golderi Age. r Club are invited to her funeral Wed. MM from SLABINSKI FUNERAL HOME, 2614 'hIOX. Mass of .Christian Burial 10 A.M., St. John Canl Church. Int. Holy Redeemer Cem. Viewing Tun. eve. R0TNWEIN Suddenly, Dec. 12, 1975; CLARA E. (nee Blickj, of 631 Leverlnglon Ave.-, wife of Charles p., daugM-. r of Elijabeth and the late William Black sister of Joseph and Matthew Black. Frances Harper. Mar- , garet Miles. Relatives and friends invited to funeral , Tues ,, AM.' ROLLER FUNERAL HOME, MS', Hermitage SI. Mass of Chnslian Burial Holy Family Church, 10 A.M. Friends may call Mon. eve. - SCHULTZ ISABEL (nee Melaugh), of 202 Fjprtne A.;' Weslville, N.J., formerly of Phila., on Dec. 14, VMl , wife of the late Waller J. Schulti. age l yrs.; tur ....-M hu An Bnharl 1 Jinrf amK. and dauOhtefS.' ' AA An TrnaklAr Mnii Mn Helen DarbV. RetB- tivei and friends, re irtviled fo lh funerl .r f Thurs., at 9 A.M., from the McGUINNESS FUNERj AL HOM6, o Hunier 31., vyooouui y, r. j. Ihe Resurrection, 10 A.M., St. Anne's R.C. Church. Weslville, N.J, Inl. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Viewing yveo. eve. ,, . . ,. - schweizer MARY LOUISE, Dec. 12, 1975, mother of ThoMei and Michael, daughter of Lou Soderberg, sister of Catherine Scoville; also survived by Frannie Heron;' : ? Relatives and friends are Invited to funeral, Tues. w A.M., GARZONE FUNERAL HOME, 1B30 E. Som- erset St. Mass of Christian Burial, Sf. Hug Churcn. 10 A.M. Int. New Cathedral Cem. Viewin , Mon. eve. . ' - y . SHAID Dec. 13, 1975. CHARLES, husband of Minnft fm ' Rosenblum), of the Greenhill Apis, 1001 City Line .' Ave., father of Seena Fair, Eugene and Elliot Shaifl, brother of Sarah Bertnan: also survived by 7 grand- " children. Relatives and frfends are Invited to servic' " es Mon. 11 A.M. JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON ME- ' MORIAL CHAPELS, N. Broad St. above 71st avej " f Int. Montefiore Cem. Family will be al the lale '-" dence. The lamily respectfully reouesls contributions be made to a charily of the donor s choice. schock ' VIRGINIA M. (JENNIE) (nee Tyler), of 3 .,; Soringhill Rd., Cold Springs, Mantua. N.J., on Die. ,,-14, 1975, wife of John F. Shock, Jr., age 34 yrs.; alsp . , survived by parents Lorimer and Helen Tyler, on . brother, William Tyler, and 2 sisters, Mrs.. Barber Bankard and Miss Doris Tyler. Relatives and ' friends are invited to the funeral service on wed, at 11 A.M., al the McGUINNESS FUNERAL HOME. -34 Hunter St., Woodbury, N.J. In lieu of other pressions of sympathy, contribulions may be rnad; .. to the United Way of Gloucester Co., 121 N. Br4 i St., Woodbury, N.J. M096. Viewing Tues. tve. ,;v SPANSKIE Dec. 12, 1975,. GEORGE H., of Militia Court, Cornwells Hgls., beloved husband of Lulu (nee Ft- ; gues) Spanskie. devoted father of Kenneth Spanski and Roger Metiger, both of New York and MrS. ' Leslie O'Brien of New Hope, Pa. and 6 granehfl- dren. Relatives and friends are Invited lo tonerel . Wed., 9 A.M., from THE HOFFMANN FUNERAL, a-HOME, Hulmevllle Rd. and Brown Ave CornweW . Hgls. Funeral services will be conducted at 19A.M. .e by Rev. Stanley Kessler of Ann Carmichael Pre- , bvierlan Church, Cornwells Hgls. F.riends msy call j Tues. eve. 7 lo 9 P.M. . . c.-.,4 SPRANKLE Dec. 14, 1975, VIRA W.of 105 Linwood Ave., hri-more, Pa., wife of George D. Sprankle and mother ... ol Margaret S. Vick and Dr. George W. Sprankle; , also survived bv 3 grandchildren and one great grandson. Relatives and Iriends are invited to sery-, ices 2 P.M., Tues. from the United Mettvodisl Church of Ardmore. ml. St. Paul's Lutheran Cem. , There will be no viewing. If so desired memorial 1 contributions mav be made to the Memorial Fud of Ihe above named church, or Ihe Coronary Car . Unit of Bryn Mawr Hospital. - " TH0KPSEN . . nnpnTHV I Inn. Leonard) of Olnev. Dec. 13,.' 1975, bloved daughter of Mrs. Dorothy W. Leonard, beloved mother of Mrs. Nancy Stockton, William and Scotl Thompsen; also survived by 3 grand- A children and a sister Mrs. Diane Hosier. Services and int. al the convenience of the family. Memorials v in her memory may be sent to Ihe Good Shephera) . Lutheran Church, Cottman St. 4 Erdrick, Pttita., pb. 19135.- - - ... 'h ,-. van Es ' - . v Suddenly on Dec. 13..1975, HENDRIK A , age 56, beloved husband of Josephine (nee Brittingham) of -Drexel Hill, father of Karen Jo van Es, brother of Mrs. Annie Smit. Relatives and friend are invited to the service Tues. 12:30 PM. al the SPENCER VIDEON FUNERAL HOME, Garrett Rd. at Shade-land Ave., Drexel Hill, where friends may call Mon. eve. 7-9 P.M. Memorial gifts may be sent o th Heart Assn. of Southeastern Penna., Del. Co. ' Branch, t W. 2nd St., Media, Pa. 19063. Inl. Arlington Cem. VYELLIKSON Of Chalfonte. Wilmington, Del., JACOB, On Dec. 14, 1975, age 90, husband of Anna Wellikson of Cha -fonle, father of Mrs. Harold Schoenberg of Chalfonte, Mr. Sevmour J. Wellikson of King of Prussia, Mrs David Brodie of Highland Park, III.; also survived by 7 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren . Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services Tues. Dec. 16, at 3:00 PM., frorn the , SCHOENBERG MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 519 Phila. -Pike, Wilmington. Int. Farband Section of the Jew-. ... ish Community Cem. in Wilmington. In lieu of flow- . ers, the family suggests contributions to your favor- . ite charity. Shiva will be observed al Ihe residence of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schoenberg, 2540 Eaton -Rd., Chalfonie, Wilmington, Del. witlin Dec. 14, 1975, MORRIS, husband of Dorothy, of 'j Century Village. Wesl Palm Beach, Fla., formerly ,'. of Phila., former husband of the late Florence Albus ' Witlin. father of Mrs. Mver (Louise) SchulU and . Roy Witlin, brother of Mrs. Anna Krug, and Benjamin and Nafhan Witlin; also survived by 5 grand- J -children and 4 great grandchildren. Services Tues., 10 A.M. precisely at ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS, 4720 N. Broad St. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family will return to the SchulU residence," , ' Trianon Apis., 20 Conshohocken Stale Rd., Bala Cvnwvd. The family suggests contributions In-his-r. . memory be made to the William Likoff Cardiovas- , . cular Institute ol Hahnemann Hospital. " ZIBMAN i Dec. 14. 1975. SAMUEL J , husband of Sophie M. s ;r (nee Lischin), of 3827 Boardwalk, Atlantic City, N J , father of Hirsch Zibman end Leatrice German; also survived by 5 grandchildren. Relatives . and friends invited In services Mon 10 A.M JO- , SEPH LEVINE AND SON MEMORIAL CHAP- v ELS, N Broad St. above 71st Ave. Inl. Ml. Lebanon Cem. Shiva will be observed al 418 Williams Rd., . W"iinewood, Pa. The family respectfully renusts -i , contributions in his memory be made lo charity of ' -the donor's choice. ZINK 'rvl EDWARO, Dec. 9, 1975, beloved husband of .- . Marguerite (nee Rendi), brother of Emmanuel and' Miss Reba Reede of LaPorfi, Colo. Relatives -and : friends are Invited lo attend the luneral Tues., AM., from LEONETTI FUNERAL HOME, INC, '. ; N.E. Cor. Broad and Wolf Sis. Mass ol Christian' Burial, 10 A.M., Stella Maris Church. Inl. SS. Peter, and Paul Cem. Viewing Mon. eve. 7 lo 10. (Prking - . on premises.) HEART FUND MEMORIAL GIFTS SAVE LIVES - Sand Memorial Gifts to: ' ' HEART FUND in county whr you rsid Philadelphia County 318 South 19th St. Phila. 19103 Phone PE 5-3865 Bucks County - - 119 North State St. Newtown, 18940 - -1 Phone b-2 ) 1 1 - ' Chester County 37 West Market St. West Chester, 19380 Phone 696-5460 Delaware County 8 West 2nd St. Media, 19063 . ; Phone 565-3661 Montgomery County 716 West Marshall St. Norristown, 19401 . Phone 275-8845 (Bereaved Families Art Notified of Memorials Immediately) This space contributed by a friend of Tha Heart Fund IT 5;: .1 K t i

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