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I Monday. May 2. 1983 Philadelphia Inquirer Death Notices i Death Notices Death Notices The benefit's More than 350 miles later, 10 police officers who ran from Bedford, 4 s. fit Unll mora oraot. iu rrmuucijmu nun tvvr ed yesterday by Footbeats, a police their arrival concluded the festivities Sunshine Foundation Weekend.

The 10 Bedford men, sponsored by the mile, ran to benefit the National Sunshine Foundation, dedicated to i granting the dreams and wishes of terminally and chronically ill children. Founded in 1976 by Philadelphia police officer William Sample, the foundation has aided more than 500 children naliomvide. homestretch I- '4 1 Governor, three House Democrats to caucus on emissions-bill impasse By David Morrison Inquirer Harrhburg bureau HAKKISBURG Gov. Thornburgh is scheduled to meet today with three top Democrats in the House to discuss the impasse on the controversial automobile-emissions inspection program for Philadelphia and seven other Pennsylvania counties. Although the purpose of the meeting is unclear, it was requested by House Speaker K.

Irvis Allegheny) and will involve Irvis, Majority Leader James J. Manderino (U Westmoreland) and Rep. Max Pievsky chairman of the House Appropriations Committee. "We are planning to honor Speaker Irvis' request," said a deputy press secretary to the governor. However, the governor's spokesman said Irvis had asked that the meeting be "personal and confidential," and he added, "That's all we can say at this time." A spokesman for Manderino said the Democrats requested the meeting with the Republican governor to help resolve the differences between the Democratic-controlled House version of the emissions-inspection program and the Senate version.

The I louse proposal would set aside $15 million to reimburse motorists up to S40 for repairs to their automobiles resulting from inspections. Senate Republicans want no reimbursement for repairs but would reduce vehicle-registration fees S.S for motorists who participate in the emissions-inspection program. Stephen C. MacNett, counsel to Senate Majority Leader Robert Jubelirer Blair), said none of the Senate leaders in the emissions fight huve been asked to attend the meeting. Hut he said they expected to be briefed on what transpires.

"There's no reason lor us to attend," said MacNett. "We think we know what the governor's position is on this issue and it's not that much different from ours." The controversy is part of a squabble that dates back to the administration of Gov. Milton Shapp, who entered into a federal court consent agreement to establish auto-emis Deaths here OLDER aAav 1. 183, ALLAN, husband tf Nora (net Berkew-Hl lather tf Mrs. Aryne Freed and Mrs.

Pal Vllktw, brother ol Mr. Bernard Older; els survived bv grandchildren and one great-trandched. Funeral Services and Hit. wi bt privet Shiva be observed REIXER On April 30, 183, JULIA tf Croydon, ttrmerty el Hit Franktord section ol wilt tithe latt Fiovd E. Retker, aunt tf Mary Magargn.

Relahves and trtendt art invited ft titand Iviau Chrtttieii Burial en Tutt. II AM tt St. Arm's Church, Brtthn, Pa. There art nt catMnq hours. Inf.

it tht convenience if the femey. MOLOEN FUNERAL CHAPEL, Brit-Ml, Pi. RSCCIA MARIE A. (net DIBapttstt), Apr 30, 183, tf Sheffield Dr. Sprkigfstid, wit tf tht latt Edward mr.

vtvod bv her tan Edward Jr, her daughter Joeti Tautent, her brother Joseph, her sitteri Thelma O' Angela, Ned Foltn, Sylvia Delaney, Theresa Griffith, and Anna ward, and 4 grandchildren. Relatives and tritnds art invited te her Funeral an 145 AM, at THE ROBERT D'ANJOLELL MEMORIAL HOME OF BROOMALL, ml West Chester Pike, Bregma). Mast at Christian Bursal, 10 AM, Sacred Heart Church, kit. Calvary Cam. Friends may caB Tues.

7 It 10 PM (Parking on premises). ROCKETT prl 30, 183, tf North Hit. MABEL wife el the late John M. Reckon, mother tf Werner, Cetrot and Fred Rockett and Mrs. Mary Wdson.

She was a member tf Carmtt Presbyterian Church since Itu. Relahves and friends invited to service 1 1 A.M., Carmel Presbyterian Church, Edge HM GMentide, Pa. kit. Hidside Com. Memorial contributions may be made tt tht Memorial Fund of Carmel Presbyterian Church.

Arr. try JOHN R. FREED. SCHLEGEL GEORGE JAMES, on Apr) 2, 183, of Cheltenham, husband of Olive E. (nee Lewis) ScWegel, father ol Joan Widiam C.

and Donald Schiegel; also survived by sisters, 2 brothers, 8 grandchildren, and 3 areal-grandchedren. Relatives and friends art invit-d to hit Memorial Service Mon. I PM, at the Ml. Airy Presbyterian Church, 7101 Gtn. Ml.

Airy, where tht lamily wrk receive friends alter 7:15 PM Further funeral service and int. I PM, Chapel if Odd Fellows Tamaqua, Pa. In Heu ol other remembrances, Memorials to the Ml. Airy Presbyterian Church art preferred. Parking for Memorial Ser-vko on FYFE AND MILLER FUNERAL HOME, Lot.

i SCHWEGEL April 30, 183, JOSEPH beloved husband If Mary (nee Hebrenk lather of Mary Not, Dolores Kant and Jostph, brother of Francis Albert, Vincent, Judo, Loretta Myers, Margaret Myers, Theresa Parmer, and Anna May Parker; also survived bv 13 grandchd-dren and 4 great-grandchildren. Relatives and friends, employees of PennBrook Milk Company and Shep-pard School invited to Funeral AM, from the C.J. O'NEILL FUNERAL HOME, 309-11 E. Lehigh Avt. Mass tf Chrishan Burial, 10 AM, Visitation B.VM Church.

Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. friends may cad Wed. tvt. 7 to PM SHOWERS (SCHALLER) April 3, 183, MARGARET (nee Koch), beloved wHe of Jostph, devoted mother Joseph 1.

and Margaret Davis; also survived by 3 grandchildren, 3 brothers, and one sister. Relahves, friends, employees ol Jack Frost Sugar Co. are invited to the Funeral 8:30 AM, KOCIUBINSKY FUNERAL HOME, 305-07-0 E. Girard Avt. Mass ot Christian Burial, 10 AM, St.

Anne Church, hit. New Cathedral Com, Viewing Tues. eve. 7 to 9:30. SIGMA May 1, 183, LOUIS, husband of Sybil (nee Gadant), ol 404 S.

Cranford Cherry Hi, N.J., father of Reena and Arveh Friedman, Michael Harris Sigmen and Ma mi Sigman; grandfather of liana Friedman. Relahves and tritnds art Invited to service 11:30 AM, PIATT MEMORIAL CHAPELS, 3001 Haddon-held-Berlin Cherry Hid, N.J. Int. Beth David Etmont, L.I. Family wid return to Ih latt reii-dence.

SMITH Suddenly, Aprd 30, 183, HOWARD, husband tf Eda (net Corson), lather of Howard, Martohe Jant Wit-wer, and Thomas, survived bv I grandchildren, one brother. Relahves, friends, members of Johnson Memorial Methodist Church, Artisans Eureka Assembly are invited to his services II AM, al THE LAMBIE FUNERAL HOME, Rowland Ave. (at Rhawn). Int. Hillside Cem.

Friends may cad Tues. alter 7 PM Memorial remembrances in his name to the Church, Hawthorne and Longshort 1149, would be appreciated. STARR Suddenly Aprd 30, 183, GRACE E. (BETTY) STARR, of Havertown, sister of Walter T. Starr, Jr.

Relatives and friends art invited to attend the funeral service at THE REILLY ft DELLAVECCHIA FUNERAL HOME 410 N. Church West Chester, on Wed. May 4, 1983 at II AM Int. Kid-side Cem. Roslvn, Pa.

Viewing Tutt. 7 to PM (Parkingon premises). TAYLOR On May 1, 183, JAMES age 85, beloved husband ol the late Althea A. (nee Martin), formerly of Southwest Phila. lather ol James Jr.

and Robert E. Taylor; also survived by 3 sisters and 2 brothers, grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Relahves and triends are Invited to the service 10 AM, at THE SPENCER T. VIOEON FUNERAL HOME, Garrett Rd. al Shf.deland Droit! Hid, where friends may cad Mon, tvt.

7 to I PM Int. Arlington Com, i WARD MARGARET L. (not Smyth), Suddenly, on Aprd 3, 93, of Ocean City, N.J., formerly ol Upper Oarby, wilt ol the late Daniel A. Ward and mother of Daniel Michael J. and tht late Widiam J.

Ward, Mrs. Ellen C. Ward and Margaret Mary Ward, tiller of Sr. Darnel Mary, I.HM, Mrs. Ann Eliiabeth Von-Hacht and Mrs Florence Steward; also survived by her 4 grandchildren.

Relatives and friends art Invited tt her Mass tl Christian Burial 1 1 AM, Church ol Our Mother of Sorrows, 48th and Lancaster where frienus may cad tor viewing after AM int. Old Cathedral Cant. In lieu of Hewers, contributions in her memory tt Camma Ha), Imme-caata, Pa. 1VJ45, would he appreciated. (Arr.

by JOHN P. DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, Walnut St. and Coptev Upper Darby, Pa.) WEBSTER MAURICE' A. SR. on Aprd 30, 183 tl Foulkewavs, formerly of Germantown, husband ot the lore Dorothy Scon Webster, lather ol Maurice A.

George 5 Jant W. Merrta and Helen W. Peter km; also survived bv grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. Relatives and friends are Invited to a Memorial Service Wed. II AM al the Germantown Monthly Meeting of Friends, 47 W.

Coulter Gtn. In lieu ol other remembrances, memorials tt Tht American Friends Service Committee are preferred. FYFE ft MILLER, Ml. Airy 247-1700 WILLIAMS Apr) 30, 183, HOWARD Upper Darby, husband ol the latt Gladys S. (Stoli) Witiems, lather of Howard O.

Williams, Marietta, Georgia; Frederick C. Wikiams, Columbus, Ohio and the latt Jejn Rutherford, Vincentown, N.J., brother ol Opal Geo-hart and Zelphe Duncan; also survived bv 11 grand and 7 great grandchildren. Funeral services. Wed. II AM, CM TOPPITZER FUNERAL HOME, Garrett Rd.

at Lansdowne Dreiel HO, where triends may cad after 10 AM Int. Vadey Forge Gardens. WISSMAN Suddenly, Apr) 30, 183, JOSEPH D. beloved husband of Dolores, lather of John, brother ol Harry, Fred, Francis, Jerry, Peggy Holak, Betty Rossmsn, Marie Kubiak and Carol Norton. Relahves and friends ait invited to Mass ol Chrishan Burial St.

Lea's Church Tues. 10 AM Friends may cad at the WALTER J. MEYERS FUNERAL HOME, 443-45 Torreidtle Ave. (al Unruh SI.) Mon. eve.

7 to (Parking on Meyers Lot, Van Dike and Unruh Stt.) ZIELINSKI April 30, 183, suddenly, MARIA THERESE, tl 1145 Rvdw Lane, (Southampton), age 17, beloved daughter ol Alfred and Anne (net ConnoKy) and dear sister of Mark, Ratine Grimaldl, John, Kara, Paul and Kris-ten, dear granddaughter al Eliiaheth Ziehnski and the late Paul and Francis and Paukne Connolly. Relahves, friends, and Class of '83 Ml. St. Josephs Academy invited to viewing Wed. 4 PM to 7:45 PM, Our Ladv ol Good Counsel Church (2nd St.

Pikt and Knowlet Southampton, Pa.) Mass ol Chrishan Burial, I PM Committal Services al above Church, 11:30 AM Int. SI. John Neumann Com. Mast Cards preferred or Memorials Maria's name art requested to be made to Community Service Corps (where she was secretary), ct Archdiocese of 232 N. 17th PhUa.

(Arr. by THE WALCZAK FU-NERAL HOM5). In Metnoriams FENCL. JAMES R. That best portion of a good man't Ufa, hit IWIt name-lest unrememberod acts ol kindness ft love.

Sadly missed hy his Wife and h'ldren A FLOWER IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS SEE YOUR NEAREST ALLIED FLORIST stein 338-7100 7059 FRANKFORD AYL 2223 H. FRONT ST. SCOTT FLORIST MONUMENT CO. FRUIT ASKETS LA 117 289-0939 GET RESULTS! Advertise in this Listing Section CALL JACK SCOTT 854 2429 JOYCE Of Mayfair, on Apr 3. 1H3, EDITH mother of Frank and Thomas Joyce, daughter el George and Edith Foster and sister of Harry, John, and Thomas Kerr, and Bunny and Kartn Foster.

RetaHves and friends art invited lo attend tht funeral WtdL, 7:45 AJVL, from JOHN P. FLUEHR AND SONS, MOMS Cottman Ave. Mass tf Christian Burial St. Matthew's Church, AM kit. Holy Cross Com.

Friends may ca8 7 It PM JJJVAN Jsivan, daughter tf Howard Trout, stepdaughter of Violet Trout and sister tf Lee Trout and Marian Lenti Relatives and Itlttidt art i Invittd morial services at THE REED AND STEINBACH FUNERAL HOME, 182 W. Court Doytestown, on May 3rd, 10 AM Int. Resurrection Bensalem Two. Heu of dowers, memorial contributions may be made tt Tht Bucks Co. Cancer Fund, 43 S.

Mam Doytestown, Pa. 1801. KATE On May 1, 183, FREO tg 70, Devon, husband tl Ruth Henderson Kavt. Relahves and friends are av vlted to the Memorial Stnrtct on at 10 AM, at tht MAUGER FUNERAL HOME, 24 Monument Malvern, Pa. Int.

private, heu 01 flowers memorial rontribuhons may bt medt hit name tt the American Heart 17 W. Market West KERR On April 30, 183, THOMAS age beloved husband of the late Anna (net Morsev), of Drtxel HW, father of Thomas P. Kerr, Waiter Thiol and Patriot A. Kauftmen, brothtr of Margaret Elkint and tht latt Elliabeth Greiger; also survived by 3 granddaughters. Relahves and friends art invited ft tht service, Wed.

I PM al Tht Riverview United Presbyterian Church, Rivervlew Ave. end Garrett Drextl HM. Friends may cad Tues. eve. 7 to PM at THE SPENCER T.

FUNERAL HOME, Garrett Rd. at Shade-land Drexei HM. Richard VauK Lodge No. 384 Service Tues. tvt.

I PM mi. Arlington Cam, KNIGHT On Aprd 30, 183, MARGARET MAGEE of Chestnut Hid, wife ol the latt Harold Chew Knight, mother of Mrs. Francis B. Nimick, Mrs. Richard A.

Yarned and Mrs. John T. Scott. Memorial Service wHI bt Thurt. 10:30 AM at Tht Sewicktty Presbyterian Church, Stwickley, Pa.

(JACOB F.RUTH) KRANETZ Aord it, 11, NATHAN, husband of the late Reva (net Pollack and father of Elinoro Bloom, and brother of Eva Gibbtr, Mintrva Topper and grandfathtr ol Jonathan, Mark, Kyra Bloom, and Beth Shiar. ml. Sharon Memorial Park in Sharon, Mass. Shiva WW be observed starting Mon. 4:30 PM at 330 Garrison Way, GutPh Mi's, Pa.

Contributions In his memory may be made to The Jewish National Fund. (Arr. bv REISMAN-GOLD FUNERAL CHAPEL.) KUHN Apr 2, 113, ELIZABETH B. (nee Efftnger), wife ol the late Gustave Kuhn, mother of Mrv Betty Anders and Mr. Milton W.

Kuhn, sister ol Mrs. Elsie Pinker-ton; also survived by 4 grandchildren and H) great grandchildren. Relatives and triends are invited to her services II AM, MANUAL FUNERAL HOME, 425 Franktord Avt. (at Tyson). Friends may cad 9:30 to II AM No viewing Moa tvt.

hit Northwood Cent, MAGUIRE May 1, 183, ELLA (not Costedo), ol Roxborough, wift ot tht latt John T. and mother ot Margaret R. Pearson; also survived bv 1 grandchildren, greatgrandchildren, and sister, Elitabeth Snvder. Relatives and friends invited to cad at THE TURNER AND SON FUNERAL HOME, 4021 Ridge Tues. 9-11 AM.

to attend her viewing. (No viewing Mon. eve.) Mass ol Christian Burial, 11:30 AM, St. John the Baptist R.C. Church.

Int. Westminster Cem. MAMMARELLA Aprd 3, 113, MADLYN, beloved sister ol Joseph and Emma; also survived bv one nephew, James, and one niece, Judith. Relatives and friends are invited lo tht inneral AM, from PENNA. BURIAL 1337 S.

Broad St. Mass ol Chrishan Burial, St. Thomas Aquinas Church, 10 AM Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Tues.

eve. 7-10. Ample parking on premises. MARTEN April 2, 113, CHARLES B. husband at Beatrice R.

Marten (nee Waidty). lather ol Charles B. Albert and John E. Marten, and Kathryn Hertrich; also survived bv 3 sisters and 17 grandchildren. Relatives, friends and members of Phillies Lodge No.

527, ft AM, are invited to his services, 1:30 PM, MANNAL FUNERAL HOME, 625 Franktord Ave. (at Tyson). Friends may call Noon to 1:30 PM, Misonlc Service 1:15 PM No viewing Mon. tvt. Int.

Hillside Cem. MASCIOCCHI April 2, 1S3, JOHN, beloved brother of Alfred, Vincent, Frank, Mrs. Esther Greco, Mrs. Dorothy price, Mrs. Ann Sacchetti, Mrs.

Evelyn Patterson, Mrs. Christina Basler, and Miss Mary Masciocchi. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral 1:30 trom LOUIS E. INGENITO JR. FUNERAL HOME, 430 Chrishan St.

Mass ot Christian Burial, St. Mary Magdalen Church, 9:30 AM. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem.

Friends may call Mon. tvt. 7 to 10. (Parking on premises). McCREESH April 30, 113, JOSEPH tt Ocean City, N.J.

and formerly ol Havertown, beloved husband ol Frances (Jean McCretsh, net Fisher) and beloved lather ot Mrs. Patricia M. Scott, Joseph and John Kevin McCreeshi also survived by his 4 grandchildren, beloved brother of Florence Charles Howard Rev. Eugene P. McCreesh, S.J., and Thomas P.

McCreesh Relatives and friends are invited to funeral, Wed THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, 1401 West Chester Pike (cor. Lynn Upper Darby, Pa. Concentrated Mass of Chrishan Burial, 10 AM, Annunciation B.VM Church, Brookimt Havertown, Pa. Int. SS.

Peter and Paul Com. Friends may also cad Tues. eve. 7 to 9. In lieu ot dowers a donation In his memory to the American Cancer Society, 71 S.

12th Pa. or Jesuit Infirmary, St. Joseph's University, 54th St. and City would be appreciated by the family. McKUGH ELIZABETH B.

(nee Burke), on Aprd 30, 183, ol Upper Darby, Bom in Lear Park, County Oerrv, Ireland, wife of tht latt John J. McHugh and mother ol John J. McHugh Leo P. McHugh, Mrs. Mary E.

McAndrews and Mrs. Helen M. Martin, sister of Mrs. Mary Lagan, of County berrv, Ireland, Mrs. Bride) McCloskey, el County Armauoh, Ireland and the latt Mrs.

Susan O'Donned, also survived by her 20 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to her funeral Wed. 8:45 al THE JOHN P. DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, Walnut St. and Copley Upper Oarby and to her Mass of Chrishan Burial 10 AM Church ot St.

Alice. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends may cad Tues. eve.

alter 7 PM Parking far viewing on Church lot directly across tht street. McMAHON On May 113, JOHN A. ot Feltonvide (formerly of South Phila. husband ol the late Margaret (net Mar -tuccl), lather ol John L. and lather.

in-law of Mary McMahon and brother of Helen Frakt; also survived by grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral, Wed. 1:30 AM NULTY FUNERAL HOME, Pkd. Ave. and Church St.

Mass ol Christian Burial, Mater Dolorosa Church, 9:30 AM Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends may cad Tues. alter 7 PM Parking on premises. McSHANE On Aprd 30, 183, JOHN beloved husband of Anna (nee McMahon), ol Ml.

Laurel, N.J., formerly of Mavfair, age 7 also survived by a son John J. ol Warminster, a daughter Lucy A. Schmidt, of Voorhees, a brother Andrew, 4 sisters, Norma Larsen, Josephine Gibbi and Sr. Andew Joseph, S.S.J., all of PhUa. and Sr.

M. Baptista, S.S.J., ot Perm, sauken, grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Relatives and triends, also members ot St. Margaret ot Scotland Guild are invited to the Mass at Christian Burial Wed. at II AM.

the Holy Rosary Church, Burnt Mid Cherry Hid. Friends may cad Tues. eve. 7 to and Wed. after 9:45 AM al THE BRADLEY FUNERAL HOME, Routt 73 and Evesham Rd, Martton, N.J.

(Ent. from Evesham Rd.) Donations may be made to the St. Joseph Vlda, Flourtown, Pa. 19031. MERONEY On Aprd 30, 1913, FLORENCE (nee Colston), ate 93, wile ot tht latt Dr.

L. J. Mtronty, formerly ot Germantown, mother of LeRoy Meronev ot Haverford; also survived by 3 grandsons and 3 great-grandchildren. Relatives and triends are Invited to the Service 3 PM, at THE SPEHCER T. VIDEON FUNERAL HOME, Garrett Rd.

at Shadeiand rirenel Hit, where tr.ends may cat Mon evt. 7 ft PM Hit. West Laurel com. MULCAHY Cm Aprd 39, 183 JAMES F. of Cherry H.

N.J., for-merty of West Oak Lane, beloved husband ol Frances (nee Bedact), lather at James Glass-boro, Mrs. Artent Fee, Cherry HiK, N.J., Mrs. bemadetto Covie, ol I grandchildren, one brother, 2 sisters. Relatives and friends art Invited tt funeral Mon. eve.

4 tt 8 PM, St. Pius Church, 344 Kresson Rd Cherry Hal. Mass ol Resurrection 8 PM A Blessing of the body 10 AM. Tues. morning, kit.

Holy Sepulchre Cem. In lieu ot dowers, Mass Cards would be appreciated. HEALEY FUNERAL HOME, Cherry Hid, N.J. MURPHY Aprd 3. 183, GRACE (Clark), suddenly, el Avalon, N.J., and formerly of Havertown, beloved wilt ot Paul J.

Murphy and beloved mother of John E. Clark, Mrs. Grace Anslev, Widiam J. Murphy, Mrs. Elaine Scarpmo, and Paul J.

Murphy, also survived bv her I grandchildren. Relatives and friends re invited hi neral service II AM, THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, 1401 W. Chester Plkt (cor. Lynn Btvd), Upper Oarby, where friends may cad after 10 AM Int. Arlington Cans.

Friends may also caa Men. avt. to t. MYERS April 2, 1913, JOYCE ANDERSON beloved wHt of Francis X. Myers of Newtown Square, mother el Dennis, Michael, Francis 3rd, Lisa and Edward Mvers and Mrs.

Darnel (Mary Beth) McCkrv; also survived bv her mother Mrs. Florence Anderson and sister ol Mrs. John Heckman, Mrs. Stephen Mc-Namet and Mr. John Anderson.

Relahves and triends gre Invited to visit the tamdv St. Anastasia Church, Newtown Square, Tues. It It IMS AM and te the Mass of Christian Burial In the Church at II AM Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cam.

(STRETCH OF HAVERTOWN). NOTHACXER JOHANNES on Aprd 30, 183, beloved husband gf Martha, lather of Werner and Reiner, grandfather gf Lisa. Relatives and friends art invited to funeral ttr-vlce 1:30 PM, from the WETZEL AND SON FUNERAL HOME, 402 Rising Sun Ave. (narking in reari. Int.

Lawnview Cam. Friends may cad Tuts, alter 12:30. No viewing Mon. evt. 0'DONKELL JOHN i.

(YONDERS) on Apr! 30, 183, beloved husband ol Marceka R. O'Donned (nee Dougherty), devoted father of Jack, Maureen Rice and Kevin, dear grandfathtr at Michaetent, Stan, Nicole and Tor-rence, brother el Marie Downey and Anne Oieciedue. Relahves, friends and former employees of SKF Industries art Invited It attend his viewing on Tues. from 7 ft PM, THE REILLY FUNERAL HOME, 3433 E. Allegheny Avt.

His famdy wid gather an Wed. morning, at AM, St. Bernard's Church, Cottage and Bletgh Sty. for a Mass at Christian Burial at 10 AM kit. Our Lady of Grace Cam.

Mast Cards are preferred. CHIABRERA On Apr! 30, 1), LOUISE TALAMINI CHIABRERA, age years, widow of Biagio Chiabrera of 425 Mc-Farten Kemwtt Pa. Relatives and friends ar Invited to attend Mass, of Christian Burial an Tues. May 3 at 10 AM at Si Patrick's Church, Meredith Kennett Pa. hit.

St. Patrickt. Com. Friends may cad at THE ALBERT F. KUZO FUNERAL HOME, 350 W.

State Kennett Pa. Mon. eve. from 7 te PM In lieu erf Dowers, contributions in her memory to The American Heart Association, 37 W. Market West Chester, Pa.

WHO, or to The Diabetes Association, 2)00 Pennsylvania Wilmington, DE 110 CIRCXE DANIEL A. on April 21, 113, i Ha: Havertown. be loved husband of Hetene (no Campbell), father of Mirhelas F. and Daniel Daniel an survives gy ms a grandchildren, brother of Mrs. Anne O'Niek, Mrs.

Man Ten and Mrs. Lucv Mastngton. Relatives and friends, former employees of Tne Penn Fruit Co. are i Invited to funeral Wad. 1:30 AM, THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, HOI West Chester Pike (Cor.

of Lynn Upper Oarby, Pa. and to Mass of Christian Burial 10 A.M. Church of St. Laurence, Upper Darby. Int.

SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Friends may caa Tues. eve 7. CLARK GRACE.

See MURPHY notice'. C0LKET CARL COFFIN, suddenly, on Anm 31, 113, of VWa-nova, age ea years, husband of Peggie Oushane Cotket, and lather of Christopher Marion C. Lightv. and Elizabeth C. Tauser.

A Memorial Service wW be held on the afternoon of June at The Swarthmor Friends Meeting. Contributions In his name may be made to Swarlhmore Cokes. (STUARD, ARDMORE.) COREY AUSTIN (GEECH), suddenly, 135 N. 7th St. Funeral Service I PM Miller Memorial Baptist Church, 1511 N.

22nd St. Viewing 4 to I PM Int. Ml. Lawn Cem. (FULLER FUNbRAL HOME) COSTANZa April 3, 113, SALVATORE beloved husband of Ida M.

(nee Stumpo), and father of Bartholomew and Dante; also survived bv his grandson, Salvator and daughters -in-law Mary (nee LaMonica) and Josephine I nee Petaccio) and brother ol the late Nicola and Marco. Relatives and friends are Invited to the fu- neral, Wed. AM JOSEPH A. OUINN FUNERAL HOME, Cor. Roosevelt Blvd.

and Sanger St. Mass ol 1 Christian Burial 10:30 AM St. Martin of Tours Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem.

Friends may call Tues. 7 to PM. Contributions in his memory to The Wills Ev Hospital of Phila. would be appreciated. DEAN April 3, 113, VINCENT ol Downlngtown, beloved husband of Eliiabeth (nee Crawford), Survived by a sister, Helen Breithoupt ol Cheltenham, Pa.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral on 1:30 AM from the DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, 43 W. Lancaster DOWNINGTOWN. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A St. Joseph's Church in Dowrnngtown. Int.

St. Joseph's Com. GEEMER Apr 3, 113, ROY hu-band a the late Edith Ferrv Deemer, of Perm Wynne, beloved lather of Mrs. Frank (Edith) McManus, also survived by 3 grandchildren, Frank John, and Emmy McManus. Relatives and friends are invited to visit the family in Presentation B.VM Church, 304 Haverford Penn Wynne, 4:45 PM to 7:45 PM, and to the Mass of Christian Burial In the Church at I PM Int.

St. Denis 11:45 AM, trom the FUNERAL HOME OF JOHN STRETCH, E. Eagle and St. Denis Havertown. Mass cards would Be appreciated.

DeFAZIO ANGFI.INA R. (nee Repice) of Ahington, on April 30, 1943, beloved wife of Peter DeFaiio, mother ol Anthony L. DeFaiio and Theresa C. Molina; also survived bv 5 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren, a brother, Folic RepKO and a sister, Anna Botta, Relatives and triends ar invited to the funeral Wed. from THE FUNERAL HOME Faston and Bairctt Willow Grove.

Muss of Christian Burial 10 AM, Our Ladv Help ol Christians R.C. Abington. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may tail Tues.

eve. 7 to PM DEWEY AGNES (nee Henss), April lB3 ol Christ Home, Warminster, beloved wife of Donald and mother of June Cunningham and Len Dewey. Relatives and friends are invitvd to the funeral Wed. 3 PM at the Chrisl Home Chapel, 800 N. York Warminster, IM74.

Int. Christ Home Cem. Friends may call at the Chapel Tues. eve. 7 to Contriout'ons In Mrs.

Dewey's memory may be sent to Christ Home. (JAMES R. BASK WILL FUNERAL DIRECTOR I EINBINDER May lS3, HENRY, husband of Elaine (nee Siniaw-sky), ol 3 Honey Locust Court, Village ol Pine Run, Blackwood, N.J. lather of Mr. Chad Einbmder, Mrs.

I vim Biasberg. Mrs. Cvndi Haai. and Mr. Hank Slau-ser, brother ol Mrv Betty Rabson, Ms.

Sarah Eintwi-der, and Frank Einbmder; also survived bv 4 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are Invited to funeral services Mon. I1JC PM. precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," 4410 N. Broad St.

Int. Monteftore Cem. Family will returns Honey Locust Court, Blackwood. N.J. FARACCHI0 April 30, 113, MARY (nee Corsaro) wHe of the late Angela and mother ol Louis, Oomenic and Mrs.

Mary Ann Venuto; survived bv 7 grandchildren and 3 sisters, Angelina GiuHrida' Sarah Berardoni and Grace Lombardo. Relatives and friends invited to Funeral Wed. AM from PENNA. BURIAL 1327 S. Broad St.

ol Chrishan Burial St. Monica's Church 10 AM Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Tues. eve.

FRANK April 3, HANNAH (nee Sae), of The Duffield House, 3701 Consnonocken wife of the late William, mower ol Mrs. Bruce (Carta I Morse and Miss Janis Frank, daughter ol Mrs. Kane Sane, sister nf Mrs. Rosco (Doris) Waxier and Herbert Sane; also survived bv 3 grandchildren. Services Tues.

1 PM. precisely at ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS, 4730 Broad St. Int. Ml. Lebanon Cem.

Contributions in her memory may be made to The Penna. S.P.C.A., 350 E. Erie Phila. 1134 or Morris Animal Refuge, 1247 Lombard Phila. 1147.

GANGER Suddenly, April 30, 113, EMMA E. (nee Becker), ol Oinev, wile ot the late John, and loving mother of John (Tenasl and Robert F. Ganger, also survived bv 3 sisters, 3 grandchildren, and 4 great-grandsons. Relatives and friends mviled to Services 1 1 AM. Natareth Lutheran Church, and Luieme where triends may call after 10 AM Int.

Forest HiHs Cem. Memorials CO the church, 1134, would be appreciated. (MANN) GRIFFITHS CAROLINE (nee Hunter) in Jacksonville, formerly el 433 Akoft St. on April 30, l3, beloved wife of James, mother ol James grandmother ol James R. Jennifer and John, sister of Eliiatwth A.

Hunter. Relatives and friends and employees of Sears are invited to the Funeral Service Wed. 10 AM from THE WETZEL AND SON FUNERAL HOME, 403 Rising Sun Ave. (parking rear). Int.

Oakland Com. Friends may can Tues. ev. alter 7 PM GRUBIAK Apr 30, lS3, WLADYSLAW, beloved husband ol Katarivna (nee Gramiak), devoted lather ol Ciesla-wa Jaaubska, Stamslawa Amrogowlci and Danuta Aukienvas, sadly missed bv 4 grandchildren. Relatives and triends invited to funeral I AMrTO-MASZEWSKI FUNERAL HOME, 3731-30 E.

Allegheny Ave. (Allegheny exit U.S. S). Mass ol Christian Burial, AM, St. John Cantius Church.

Int. Our Lady of Ciestochowa Com. Viewing Tues. ev. 7 to PM GUIfdCHD Ol Valley Stream Lansdete, on April JO, JOSEPH husband ol Pauline (nee Kehs) and father of Joseph Jr.

and Martha L. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his services from R.L. WILLIAMS JR. FUNERAL HOME, Skippack Pike at Cedars Skippack, Pa. on Tues.

at 3 PM. Int. Garden of Memories Worcester, Pa. The family will receive triends at the funeral home on Tues. from one unw 3 PM There will bo no viewing.

HUBERT On Apr 2, 113, BERNICE I. widow ol Jack, ol Springfield, mother ol Mark Hubert, ol Media, also survived by her sister Evelyn Cragin, of Illinois. Services and interment at the convenience to the lamv. Arr. by VIDEON-GIBSON FUNERAL HOME, Broomed Pa.

HURSKMAN April jo, 113, DOROTHY (nee Felnberg), wHe ol the late Abraham and mother of Jov H. Rose, Miriam B. Milgram and the late Ethel Weisterg of Baltimore, Met; also survived by 7 grandchildren and 1 1 greatgrandchildren. Relatives and friends are Invited to Graveside Services 12 noon, at Roosevelt M.P. (Section Family WIN return to 414 Olive Media, Pa.

(Arr. by REISMAN-GOLD FUNERAL CHAPELS). ICKLER Formerly ot Olney, May 113, DOROTHY GRETH KKLER. widow ol William S. Ickler and mother ot Jean I.

McKeown and Kathryn A. Bennett; also survived by grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Relatives and triends are invited to 11:30 A.M., at the First Presbyterian Church ol Olney, 3rd St and Tabor Pa. 1120. Int.

West Laurel Hid Cem. The family wit) receive triends in tht Chapel alter 11 AM. Memorial contributions to the above church or to the American Leprosy Missions, 1742 Broad Bioomfield, N.J, 07003, would be appreciated. I BISHOP). i IMH3FF Apr 37, 113, JOSEPH COLONEL A.

of Merlon Station, husband ol the late Edith M. (net Koons. Mitchell). Relatives, triends, members ol Salvation Army Advisory Council Adult Center Ron. and members ol Bala Cynwyd Narberth Rotary Club invited to uk at his late residence, 310 N.

Highland Merion Station, Thurs. trom AM to attend his viewing; also on Thurs. al 10:30 AM. to attend his funeral service. (No viewing Wed.

eve.) Int. Arlington Frl, May 4. (TURNER AND SON FUNERAL HOME) ISOPI AprH 30, 113, BENJAMIN R. igt 40 betottd husband ol Catherine (net Ctearv), lather ol Trtte, Aktndort, Kathleen Murphy, Jean Frusco, Benlamin and Joanne Isopi, son of Samuel Isopi, brother ot Jean DiGregerig and Let Kenoskv and Joseph and Carmen DeFaiio; also survived by grandchildren. Relatives, friends and employees of Acme Markets are Invited to a Mass ol Christian Burial Tues.

10 AM, St. Ansekn't Church, I7 Ounksferry Rd. Int. Resurrection Com. Mass Card preferred.

HOLLEN FUNERAL HOME. JEFFERSON On April 30, 113, el Ft. Washiraton, ROBERT husband ol Dorothy (net Tomhn) Jefferson, father ol Robert, WlOam, George, and John Jetttrson, survived also by niece, Betty Ann Levoci, a sister, Edith Freellno, slsterm iaw, Constance Jefferson, 17 grandchildren and one great-grandson. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend a funeral service Wed. morning, 10 AM, at THE SHELLY FUNERAL HOME, 1440 Easton Rd.

(Route 411), Warrington. Friends may call Tues. eve. fitter 7 at the funeral homo. Int.

Northwood Cem. Memorials In Ms name may be made to tht Alihetmers Disease ft Related Disorders P.O. Bon Ml, Ardmort, Pa. I900J. JERNEGAN On Apr! 30, 113, ALEX JERNEGAN age 54, ol Dreiel He), beloved husband of Lois (nee Jones), beloved lather ol Richard, Wavnt, Cheryl and Beverly Jernegan and Diana Burrleko; also survived by 4 grandchildren Tara, Richard Krlsten, Jason, beloved brother ol William Jernegan.

Relatives and friends are invited to tht service Wed. II at THE SPENCER T. VIDEON FUNERAL HOME, Garrett Rd. at Shadeiand Dreiel Hid, where friends may cad Tues. eve.

7 It I PM Int. Arlington Cm. J. Bedford officer Larry Newman sions inspection programs In the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh areas. The state later agreed to implement the program in the Allentown-Beth-lehem area as well.

In 1981, the legislature, then controlled by Republicans in both chambers, overrode a gubernatorial veto and enacted a law prohibiting the spending of state funds on the inspection program. Subsequently, U.S. District Judge Louis Bcchtle ruled that about $400 million in federal highway-construction funds earmarked for the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh areas should be held up until the state adopted an inspection program. An effort to repeal the 1981 bill died at the end of the 1981-82 session of the General Assembly. When the legislature reconvened for the 18-V 84 session In January, the first bill introduced in the Senate was the emissions measure.

That bill is locked in a House-Senate conference committoe with neither side willing to budge. Last week, the impasse became more pronounced. The House amended its version of the emissions-inspection program into a bill that already hud passed the Senate, and final passage of that measure is scheduled for a vote this week. And the Senate approved an amendment that added its version of the inspection program to a bill the House already had passed on another issue. Although the amended bill tailed to pass last week, the Senate voted to reconsider its action and has the proposal at the top of its calendar this week.

too. "This is beginning to sound like a broken record," said MacNett, the counsel to the senate majority leader. "But we're probably going to take another crack at lemissions inspection Of course, "final passage" on these bills does not mean a great deal in terms ol progress toward a solution to the problem. Kilher chamber could refuse to adopt the changes the other has made in its bill. And eventually, the two new bills could wind up in the hands of the same six Services: Tuesday, noon, at Roosevelt Memorial Park.

John J. McShanc, 79, a Mayfair tavern operator until 19, died Saturday at West Jersey Hospital, Southern Division, in Voorhees, N.J. He lived in Mount Laurel. N.J. Mr.

McShane, a native of Glasgow, Scotland, had been employed by Sears for 25 years before entering the tavern trade. He was co-founder and past president of two groups, St. Margaret of Scotland Guild and the Philadelphia Tavern Softball League. He also served as president of the Mount Laurel Senior Citizens Club. Survivors: wife, Anna; son, John; daughter, Lucy Schmidt; a brother; lour sisters; nine grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.

Services: Mass of Christian Burial, 11 a.m., Wednesday, Church of the Holy Rosary, Cherry Hill. Viewing, Tuesday, 7-9 p.m., Wilson Bradley Funeral Home, Cherry Mill. Robert N. Jefferson, 72, a Philadelphia toy manufacturer for more than 40 years, died Saturday at the Luther Woods Convalescent Center in Hat-boro, Montgomery County, where he lived. He lormerly lived In Fort Washington, Montgomery County.

Mr. Jefferson was the founder and owner of Jefferson Manufacturing Co. of Philadelphia, lie was a member of the Union League, the Ocean City Commuters Club, the Quaker City Yacht Club, the United Brother hood of Carpenters and the Ameri Philadelphia Inqunsl SARAH LEEN wipes the sweat from his brow House-Senate conferees who are deadlocked on the first emissions bill. The amendments that added the emissions-inspection program to unrelated bills in the House and Senate have sidetracked the authors' original intent for bills. The Senate-passed bill that the House has amended was originally intended to require the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to check odometer readings every time title of an automobile changes hands and to increase the fine of those convicted of odometer tampering from S.W0 to 51,000.

The House bill that was amended by the Senate initially was aimed at increasing the allowable length from 60 feet to a new maximum of 65 feet for tractor-trailer rigs used to transport automobiles. Senate Republicans picked it for amendment because it was designed to benefit the Volkswagen assembly plant in Westmoreland County, House Democratic Majority Leader Munderino's home turf, and it would make it painful lor Manderino lo reject the bill emissions amendment or no amendment. Hut before the tractor-trailer bill made it to consideration for final passage, it had become a regular pack mule. The Senate Transportation Committee amended it with pro-visions to regulate tandem-trailer trucking rigs on slate highways. Another amendment would exempt auto mechanics, certified as stale safety inspectors prior lo January, from having to be recertified now that the state has switched from biannual to annual safety inspections.

And another would exempt contractors on state highway projects that cost less than $25,000 from stale bonding requirements. The House could entangle lhe issues even more. It also has a bill on its calendar this week that is designed to exempt from the stale axle lax out-ol-state trucks that come into Pennsylvania for repairs. This bill could be amended and saddled with any of the measures bottled up with the emissions controversy. Death Notices ANDERSON ROBERT btlovnl huiband af loretta (OaSantal; devotad fattier of Lisa MArie; brother of Alice Halde.

man. Relatival and fnendi invited to Funeral Service! 9:30 A.M., CARTO FUNERAL HOME, I2 S. Broad SI. bit. Fernwood Cam.

Viewing TueiM.MPM APONIK On Anrll mi. HEDWIG (nee Buuvmba), wife of the late Stanley Aoonik, beloved mother of Jean, John, Henry, Sister Rita Marie CS.S.F. and the late SteHa Aponib; alio survived by 4 grandchildren and 3 oreat grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral, Wed. I AM from THEO.

J. BAJ FUNERAL HOME, 26S6 E. Thompson St. (at Lehigh Ave.) Mast of Christian Burial AM St. Laurenhus Church.

Int. Holy Redeemer Cam. Friends may can Tues. eve 7 ta PM BAR8ACANE AOELINE RUTH (nee Brown), of 1300 DM Hav-ertown and 41? N. Daggett Overbrook, wife of the late Ralph; survived by her son Vincent Barbacane and her daughter Adeline Sergi, her sisters Dorothy LaMaitre, Elliabeth Pvott, Alice McLucas, Laura Smith, and Marie McLucas; also 3 grandchildren and I great-grandchildron.

Relatives and friends are invited to her Funeral on tM at THE ROBERT L. D'ANJOLELL MEMORIAL HOME OF OVERBROOK, e50e-70 Haverford PhUa. Mass of Christian Burial, 30 AM, St. Donato's Church, kit. Holy Cross Cem.

Friends may call Tues. I te AM (Parkingon premises). No viewing Mon. eve. BROOY April 30, 1I3, ETHEL (nee Harrison), formerly of Glenslde, wile of the late Simon Brody, mother of Samuel and Jacob Brodv, and the late Ruth Ulln, sti ter of Gertrude Cherry; also survived By 4 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.

Relatives and friends are Invited to services II AM, JOSEPH LEV-INE AND SON, N. Broad St. above 71st Ave. Int. Mon-tefiore Cem.

The family will be at the Brodv residence, Cedarbrooa Hit) Apartments, Wyncute, Fa. Contributions in her memory may be made to Temple Sinai, Dresner, Pa, CAREY Apr 31, IH3, LAWRENCE t. CAREY, M.D., husband of the late Bronwen W. Carey, Newtown Square, father of Thomas L. Carey, Haverford, grandfather of Diane, Dru, Elisabeth Carey.

Relatives and friends ma. cat! Mon. eve. 7 to PM at CM TOPPITZER FUNERAL HOME, Garrett Rd. at Lansdowne Drenel )i and are invited to attend the Graveside Service Yves.

11:30 AM, St. David's Churchyard, Valley Forge Rd, Wayne. Those desiring may make Memorial offerings to the Del. Ca. Memorial Hespitei, Dreiel Hi, Pa.

Ir03o. CASSIOY WILLIAM suddenly on Apr! If, 113, beloved husband of Helen Powelson Cassldv of Aboratgn, father of Dr. Jack Cassldv and Gail C. Talland also survived by 4 grandchildren, 3 sisters Eliiahem C. Weyand and Jane C.

Blmton and a brother Thomas J. Cassldv. Relatives and friends are invited to call Mon. eve 7 to BARON ROWLAND FUNERAL HOME, 105 Old York Abmgton, where funeral services will be held Tues. II AM.

Int. Hillside Cem. Masonic Servient wW be conducted I PM by Wm. Penn Lodge No. 733 F.AAM.

Remembrances may be sent to United Way, 7 BereamM Franklin Parkway, Pa. 1103. CASTOR Maurice A. Webster 96, a civil engineer and entrepreneur, died Saturday at the Koulkeways retirement community in Gwynedd Valley, Montgomery County. Mr.

Webster, who had been a resident of Germantown lor many years, spent his last several years at the retirement community. A graduate of Friends Select School, he received a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from the University of Pennsylvania in 1909. He designed and supervised the construction of many manufacturing structures in the city. For many years he operated from his Suburban Station office. Mr.

Webster belonged to the Union League, according to relatives, where he had been one of the league's oldest living members. He served on the board of trustees for the Friends Select School in North- east Philadelphia and on the board of trustees for the Germantown Friends School. He also served as treasurer of the Mantoloking Yacht Club in Manto-l loking, N.J., where he and his family I'-. spent many summers. Survivors: sons, Maurice A.

Web-Hester Jr. and George daughters, Jane Merrill and Mrs. Helen f.Peterkin; nine grandchildren, and ri eight great-grandchildren. Services: Private. Memorial service, Wednesday, II a.m..

German-town Friends Meeting, Germantown. Dorothy Hurshman, 91, wife of the late Abraham Hurshman, a nent city attorney and former deputy attorney general, died Saturday al lier iiunie in ivivuiu, iliuwuiw vaimii- iy. Mrs. Hurshman was a member of lladassah-Women's International League for Peace and Development. Survivors: daughters, Joy II.

Rose and Miriam B. Milgram; seven grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchil- ilren. can Toy Manufacturers Association. Survivors: sons, Robert, William, George and John; a sister; a niece; 12 grandchildren, and a Services: Wednesday, 10 a.m., Shelly Funeral Home, Warrington. Bucks County.

In km wild Ih Wiry Dial all newt rtwllna Hnwlv, Tht Inwirtr mttmh puHIWi abrtuirm annm 41 hourt at dram. Maduariat and attwrt tuptfvm bihiarv InMrmaMan inauM worn natictl (ram. I Tha kwiirar'i city (y Of Kalamazoo, and formerly of Olney, AMELIA H. CASTOR (nee Hornier), age 71 en Apr 3. 113, wit of the late Roy Castor and mother of Mrs.

Ann Schumm, of Kaiamaioo; also survived by 3 grandchildren, one great grandchild and a brother Fred Heniler. Relatives, friends, and members of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, are invited to her memorial service 10 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 5th St. and Nedro Phila.

Friends may pay their respects to the family at the Church starring :30 AM Thurs. Contributions In her memory to St. Paul's Lutheran Church weutd be appreciated. (DLETER) 1.

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