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144) Monla, Sept. 22. 197S it ; . : V fi V .If 4 -i-f w rmiiiiiirir' " ' sr5 T?, VT, v i 6? A $16 TUNEUP? That's the offer being made by a garage in Atlanta, but as one taker finds out, the customer has to do the work himself. The Grease Monkey garage in Atlanta gives the customer tools, working space and advice. The owner, Buster Gower, and his wife, Lynn (left), assist Kathy West with a tuneup. Cease-Fire Shattered in Beirut; 4-Dav Death Toll Rises to 76 From Inquirer Wire Services BEIRUT, Lebanon A cease-fire arranged by Syria between warring right-wing Christian and leftist Moslem militias was shattered yesterday with both sides swapping mortar and rocket fire in Beirut. . Government radio announced that security forces had launched a city-wide dragnet for gunmen violating the cease-fire. Firemen recovered 49 bodies from the debris of several buildings destroyed in the week of street battles, police reported. Authorities also reported four persons killed, two of them security men and seven others wounded in a clash between armed residents of the Naameh and Haret-Naameh districts on the Beirut-Sidon road. Police said the two sides traded fire with mortars, rockets and machineguns. Chad Protests as France Negotiates With Rebels AmociateA Press N'DJAMENA, Chad - Chad yesterday formally protested France's efforts to ransom a Frenchwoman held by rebels and sentenced to die tomorrow in the northern desert of this African state. Reports from French radio newsman Jean-Pierre Farkas at the rebel camp in the Tibesti Desert indicated that rebel chief Hissen Habre has rejected a French offer of $2.2 million cash ransom for archeologist Francoise Claustre. Farkas quoted Habre as objecting . to a French shift to cash only, from ' en earlier offer of nonmilitary supplies and cash. France apparently had changed the ransom at the insistence of the Chad government, which is strongly opposed to any supplying of equipment to the rebels. Chad had objected to any French dealing with the rebels, and official sources said that a formal protest had been handed to French Ambassador Raphael Leonard Tonze. They said that the note protests what it calls intolerable activities on Chad territory that violate the dignity, interests and legitimate rights of the Chad people. A radio link has been set up between the rebels and a French aircraft flying over the Tibesti Desert region without Chad's permission. Finns Elect Parliament United Press International HELSINKI, Finland Finns voted yesterday in general elections for a new parliment that they hope will produce solutions to the nation's critical economic woes. ' The voting ends today: Public opinion polls had predicted that the major parties would maintain their overall strength in the 200-seat, one-chamber parliament. Officials said that about 50 percent of the 3.4 million eligible voters cast ballots yesterday compared with 55 percent who voted on the first day of the 1972 election. They said that the exceptionally good weather may nave affected the turnout, with m?ny people going to parks and summer cottages instead of to the , polls. This was the first election allowing the 18-year-olds to vote in Finland. The election campaigns were low-keyed, with none of the 12 political parties offering economic solutions. Ths Finnish economy was beset Philadelphia Inquirer 111 ... ii h iva United Press International The confirmed toll for four days and nights of fighting in the capital rose to 76 dead and 125 wounded. It raised to 3,000 the overall number of casualties in nearly six months of civil strife across the country. A cease-fire, negotiated by Syrian Foreign Minister Abdel Halim Khad-dam, went into effect in Beirut at 9:10 p.m. (2:10 p.m. Philadelphia time) Saturday but clashes continued overnight and yesterday in several sectors of the capital. At nightfall, exploding rockets and mortar shells mixed with small-arms fire broke out between the leftist stronghold of Chiah and the Christian-domniated Ain Rummaneh, witnesses said. Beirut Radio said the road dividing the suburbs was unsafe as well as streets in four other suburbs. Authorities in Paris said that a French aircraft had dropped the latest ransom offer to the rebels Friday along with a radio set for them to use to broadcast a reply. Farkas flew into the rebel camp with other French journalists in a light plane. He said that the radio set had landed by parachute 20 miles from the camp and had to be carried in over rough country. This setback delayed the radio contact until yesterday, Farkas reported. Farm Markets Shaken By Recession, U. N. Says Associated Press ROME Economic recession in industrialized countries shook up world agriculture markets last year as consumers simply turned their backs on high-priced food, a United Nations report issued yesterday said. The ripple effect of recession was particularly pronounced for agricultural raw materials used in the automobile and home-building industries. Although inflation pushed the value of world agricultural exports to a record level, the actual volume of this year by a $1.5 billion trade deficit, a 17 percent annual rate of inflation, rising unemployment and the collapse of the export market for paper and wood. The four-party coalition of Social Democratic Premier Kalevi Sorsa resigned in June because it locked the parliamentary support needed to push through an economic program. A caretaker government of civil servants has been in charge. The Sorsa coalition consisted of two major parties, Social Democrats and the Farmers' Center, and two smaller parties, the Liberals and the Swedish Party. Although the same parties are expected to be included in a new coalition, politicians predict lengthy wrangling before a government is formed. The Center Party already has said that it will attempt to take the premiership from Sorsa. The major opposition groups are the Communist Party and the Conservative Party; the latter represents big business. Obituaries John A. Lynch, 87, School Board Head John A. Lynch, 87, president of Gloucester City (N. J.) school board, died Saturday in Cooper Medical Center. He lived at 321. Monmouth St., Gloucester City. He retired in 1954 as a foreman at New York Shipbuilding Co., where he had worked for 45 years. He was a member of the school board for 40 years, "and the last 19 years was its president. Gloucester City High School's athletic field was named after him in 1966. Edward B. Baiiey Edward B. Bailey, 74, who retired in 1967 from the advertising department of Philco-Ford, died Saturday in Holy Redeemer Hospital. He lived at the Georgetown Apartments, Penllyn. Mr. Bailey was a former president of the Philadelphia Notre Dame Club.. Surviving are his wife, the former Joan Mulvihill; eight sons, Edward, James, John, William J., Michael, Father Flavian, Thomas and Bernard; three daughters, Mrs. Joan McCormick, Mrs. Irene Ambrogi and Sister Catherine Bailey; 34 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; three brothers, John, Joseph A. and Bradley, and a sister, Mrs. Florence Spero. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 8 p.m. tomorrow in St. Anthony's Church, Ambler. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. In late evening, the shooting died down again. The Middle East News Agency in Cairo reported the start of an evacuation of Egyptians from Lebanon. It said the first planeload of 121 Egyptian citizens arrived in Cairo yesterday and more would be brought out in the next few days. The agency stressed the evacuation was voluntary. In downtown Beirut, where whole city blocks have been reduced to bombed-out rubble, gunmen still prowled the deserted streets. At least half of Beirut was still without water or electricity. Premier Rashid Karami said work crews would be dispatched to repair cut electric cables and water mains over the next few days. Khaddam and Syrian Chief of Staff Gen. Hikmat Chehabi conferred yesterday with leaders of Lebanon's Moslem and Christian factions. Khaddam met with Karami, a Moslem; Interior Minister Camilles Cham-oun, a Christian and former president; guerrilla chief Yassir Arafat, of the Palestine Liberation Organization, and Zuhair Mohsen of the Syrian-backed Saiqa organization. Karami said they discussed the "worsening situation and measures to consolidate the cease-fire." He said further meetings would be held to find a political solution and national reconciliation. Karami gave no details and did not mention a key question: the role of the 18,000-man Lebanese army. Christian leaders have demanded that the army step in to stop the on-and-off street war. Molsems have rejected the idea, saying most of the army officers are Christians. trade in 1974 dropped by about four percent from 1973. Prospects for this year are not much better, the report said in pre dieting low rates of economic growth accompanied by high levels of unemployment until a recovery expected next year. The assessment came in the Commodity Review and Outlook 1974-75, an annual report put out by the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization. The 257-page report said economic recession produced a drop in consumer spending in the United States, Canada, Japan and Western Europe. Feeling the pinch, housewives passed up high-priced foods. Demand dropped for those items particularly sensitive to changes in income meat, fruits, wine and dairy and fishery products. Among raw materials, demand shrank noticeably for cotton, rubber, jute and forest products because of the recession in the automobile and housing-construction industries. Victor Cohen Victor Cohen, 61, records clerk at Industrial Valley Title Co., 1700 Market St., for the past six years, died yesterday at Holy Redeemer Hospital. He lived at 1108 Plane Rd. Prior to his present job, he was records clerk at Commonwealth Title Co. for 40 years. He was a veteran of World War II. Surviving are his wife, the former Elinore Orman; a son, Michael; a daughter, Mrs. Rosanne Burnstein; a brother, Albert; a sister, Mrs. Ethel Berardinis, and three grandchildren. Services are at noon tomorrow at Levine's, 7112 N. Broad St. Mr. Lynch was a Mason, active for 50 years in various Masonic activities. He was a member of Cloud Lodge 101. The Cloud Lodge Temple was also named after him last June. He was also a member of First Methodist Church and its board of trustees. Surviving are four sons, Arthur J., Warren C., Rodman H. and John A. Jr.; a daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Davis; three brothers, Albert, William and Daniel; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Fry, Mrs. Genieve Clothier, Mrs. Sarah nnrnf f 1ft rrynn A Vi rlfary onrl COT' An great-grandchildren. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednes day in Etherington Funeral Home, 700 Powell St., Gloucester City, with Durial in Lglington Cemetery. James Garoh Sr., 73, Executive James C. Garoh Sr., 73 a retired insurance executive, died Friday at nis nome, i bumner rd., Mratnjnere, N.J. Mr. Garoh, who was born in Philadelphia, retired two years ago as as sistant vice president of Mather & Co. 226 Walnut st., Philadelphia. He naa been with the company 50 vears and was assistant vice president for 0 years. . He was a member of the Down town Club, the Bourse Baseball Forum and the Rainbow Fishing Club. He was also a member of Transfiguration Roman Catholic Church. He is survived by his wife, the former Margaret M. Duff; a daughter, Mrs. Margaret G. Mueller; a son, James C. Jr., and a sister, Mrs Anna Schaubel. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Francis of Assisi Church, Saxer Avenue and Rolling Road, Spring- neia, Delaware County. Bunal will be at SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery. George Goodman George Goodman, 65, a commercial and industrial real estate developer with offices at 6509-13 N. Broad St., died Saturday in Hahnemann Hospital. He lived at 35 Latham Park in Melrose Park. Mr. Gdodman opened a used-car business in 1932 at 510 Broad St. He later built his offices at 601 N. Broad St., where he continued in the used-car business until 1960. He then went into land development and continued in that field until his death. Surviving are his wife, the former Faye Birnkrant; five daughters, Susan, Joan and Lady Goodman, Mrs. Lonna Ettelson and Mrs. Bonnie Wy-ner; a sister, Mrs. Freda Rosenblit; three brothers. Benjamin, Louis and Samuel, and two grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. in Rosenberg's Raphael Sacks 4720 N. Broad St. Ray Silverstein Ray Silverstein, 39, vice president for the past two years at Morlan International Inc., cemetery operators and manufacturers of funeral supplies at Byberry Road and Phil-mont Avenue, Huntington Valley, died Saturday of cancer at Episcopal Hospital. He lived at Salem Harbour in Andalusia, Bucks County. Before joining Morlan, Jie was executive director of Roosevelt Memorial Park in Trevose, a position he held from 1964. Surviving are his wife, the former Renee Peters; a daughter, Paula; a son, Mitchell; his parents, Joseph and Nettie Silverstein; a brother, Milton, and a sister, Mrs. Lillian Gaiter. Services are at 2 p.m. today in Levine's, 7112 N. Broad St. Death Notices ANT0FF Seol. 19, 1975 MATTHEW $., husband of Edith (nee Osmer), brother ol Blanche Irwin. Relatives and friends are inviled to the funeral Tues. 9 A.M., at the JOSEPH T. SEKULA FUNERAL HOME, 2634 E. Allegheny Ave. (Cor. Thompson St.) Services 10 A.M. Int. Greenmount Cem. Viewing Mon. eve. BADIH ANNA M. (nee Rosenbaum), on Seot. 19, 1975, beloved wife of Frank E. Badin, Jr., of Folsom, Pa., mother of Frank E. Ill, Edward and Rodney Badin, grandmother of Rose Ann, Frank Jr., and Kimberly Ann Badin, sister of Michael and Joseph Rosenbaum and Helen East. Relatives and friends are inviled to attend her viewing Tues,, 6 A.M. to 9 45 A.M., from the JAMES F. KNOETGEN FU-' NERAL HOME, 746 Kedron Ave., Ridley Twp., Morion, Pa. (Rte. 420). Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A M., Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Parking lot on premises. BERGEY Suddenly, Sept. 20, 1975, GEORGE, age 75 years, husband of Mabel (nee Rahn), and father of George, Jr. and Gary Bergey. Relatives, friends and members of The Polish-American Siring Band inviled to funeral Wed., 1 PM.. from FUNERAL HOME OF GEORGE E. WITTMAI-ER, 6521 N. Broad St. Int. Boyertown, Pa. Friends may call Tues. evt. BERNSTEIN Sept. 21, 1975, JULIA (nee VanGilder), wife of the late Samuel of 2119 Hoffnagle SI., mother of Mrs. Frances Miller, Mr. Leonard Bernslein, Mrs. Beatrice Wolkov and Mrs. Gertrude Rosenwaid, sister of Mr. Ralph VanGilder and Mrs. Reba Tal-vacchio; also survived by 9 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Tues. 1:30 P.M. precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Montef-iore Cem. Family will return to 21 19 Hoffnagle SI. BUDIN Sept. 21, 1975, FAY (nee Lyt), wile of the lale David, of 6920 Sylvester St., sister of Bessie Slut-sky; also survived by 2 grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to services Mon , 1:30 PM.. JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS, N Broad St. above 71st Ave. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family will return to 1727 Strahle SI. The family respectfully requests contributions in her memory be made lo the American Cancer Society. CARROLL Suddenly WALTER T., of 2818 S. Mildred St., husband of the late Margie, father of Michael J. Purcell, brother of Thomas Carroll, Veronica Snyder and Mary Speelman. Relatives and Iriends are inviled to funeral Tues., 9 A.M., from J. J. ROBERTS, 1701 Ritner SI. Mass of Christian Burial, Church o Stella Marls, 10 A.M. Int. St. Denis Cem. Friends may call Mon. eve. 7 lo 9. CIAMPITTI , Sept. 20, 1975, MARY (nee Evangelislal, beloved wife of the lale Nicholas, devoted mother of Filomena (Mena), Mrs. Catherine Rozarto, Mrs. Adeline Pastorino, Mrs. Angelina Zanol and Mrs. Mary Kay; also survived by 8 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren, and sister of Mrs. Jennie Evangelista Brubaker. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral Wed., 8 30 A.M. from LEONETTI FUNERAL HOMES, INC., NE Cor. Broad and Wolf Sis. Mass of Christian Burial, 9:30 A.M. Epiphany of Our Lord Church. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Tues. eve. 7 lo 10 (parking on premises.) ; Death Notices COHEN Sept. 21, 1975, VICTOR, husband of Elinore (nee Orman), of 1108 Plane Rd., father of Michael Cohen and Rosanne Burnslein, brother of Albert Cohen and Ethel Barardini,; also survived by 3 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to services Tues., 12 Noon, JOSEPH LEVINE ANO SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS. N Broad SI. above 7 1st Ave. Int. Montefiore Cem. Family will return to the late residence. The family respectfully re-Quests contributions in his memory be made to the Northern Hebrew Day Nursery, 10th and RuscombSts. COHEN LOUIS. Seol. JO, 1975, beloved husband of Jean, devoted father of Sandra Kraviti and Dr. Arthur, loving grandfather of Suzanne, Cathy and Peter, dear brother of Irene Nichols and Jane Goldberg. Services at GUTTERMANS NASSAU MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 175 Long Beach Rd.,ockville Centre, today at I P.M. Shalom. CONN On Sept. 19, 1975, EDWARD H., husband ol Margery (nee Baldwin), of 27 S. Spring Lane, Phoemxville, Pa., father of Mrs. Susan Ripole, of Delaware, Ohio. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral services al the First United Methodist Church, Main St., Phoenixville, Tues., I P.M. Int. Valley Forge Gdns. Friends may call Tues. at the Church from 12 noon 'hi 1 P.M. (KEPP) CRIST HARRIET F. KISTLER. 144 Park Ave., Swarthmore, Pa., Sept. 19, 1975, wife of ftw isle Dr. William Earl Kisller and the late H. Miller Crist. Relatives and friends are invited to attend services at the United Methodist Church of Park Ave., Swarthmore, Pa., on Wed. al 10:30 A M. Int. West Laurel Hilt Cem. ( J. S. LEAVER FUNERAL HOME, Buckingham, Pa.) DtPILMt On Sep). 20. 1975, of 129 Old While Horse Pikt, Walerford, N.J , JOSEPHINE (nee Perno), beloved wife o) the late Frank, devoted mother ol Domenic, Joseph. Frank, John, Robert, Thomas, Ralph, Paul, Michael and Mrs. Theresa Siligato, Miss Mary DePalma, Mrs. Joseohine Buscemi, Mrs. Dorothy DiChristofer and Mrs. Jeanette Fa-neili. Relatives and friends are invited to attend tht funeral. Wed. 8:30 A.M. from the MARINELLA FUNERAL HOME, 102 N. 3rd St., Hammonlon. Mass of Resurrection 9:30 A.M., St. Anthony's Church. Int. Gale of Heaven Cem. Friends may call Tues. eve. - DIETZ Seot. 20, 1975 DR. STANLEY B., of 114 Wethe-rill Rd., Cheltenham, Pa., husband of Fay (nee Stern), father of Dr. Michael H., Jonathan M., Jeffrey W., Andrew R. and Melissa B. Dietz, brother of Bernard Dietz and Mrs. Nanette Hirsch. Services Mon. 10:30 A.M. precisely at Reform Congre-. gation Keneseth Israel, Old York and Township Line Rds., Elkins Park. Int. private. Family will return to his late residence. Family suggests contributions in his memory be made to a charily of the donors choice. FERNES Sept. 120, 1975 BERTHA M. (nee McClearv), widow of Charles J. and mother of Berle Macintosh and Doralhy Weber. Relatives, friends, N.E. Assembly No. 11 A.O.M P. are invited to funeral Wed. 2 PM., MONTANYE FUNERAL HOME, Huntingdon Pike and Park Ave , Rockledge. Int. Lawnview Cem. Friends may call Tues. eve. Memorials lo St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Hawthorne & Tyson Sis., Phila. would bi appreciated. FONASH Sept. 20, 1975, CORA E. (nee Danzeisen), of Phila., beloved wife of the late Raymond Fonash, devoted mother of Mrs. Regina Grace, Mrs. Marie Kramer, Mrs. Anita Begor, Raymond Fonash Jr., Frances and Almira Fonash; also survived by a sister Mrs. EsWier Strehle, also 14 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Rela-lives, friends, members of Bethel Lutheran Church, invited to funeral Wed., 11 A.M. RICHARDSON FUNERAL HOME, 7450 Oxford Ave. (Parking in rear). Viewing Tues. eve. 7 to 9. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. (Family requests tributes be made to Bethel Lutheran Church.) FOSTER Seof. 20. 1975, PERCY, JR., husband of Myrias Lusby Foster. Relatives, friends and employees of The Roberts Filler Mfg. Co. are inviled to'the funeral service Tues, I P.M.. OLIVER H. BAIR CO. SUBURBAN WEST, 301 West Chester Pike, Hav-ertown, where friends ray call Tues. after 12 noon. Int. Ml. Moriah Cem. Memorial contributions to The American Lung Assoc. of Phila., 311 S. Juniper St., Phila., Pa. 19107 are preferred. FRIEDMAN Seot. 21, 1975, REBECCA (nee Abramowitz), wife of Abraham, of 500 Shunk St., mother of Mr. Herman Friedman and Mrs. Frances Ledis; also survived by 5 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends and members of Shredniker Branch No. 202 Farband are invited to funeral services Tues., 12:30 P.M. precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'' 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Mt. Jacob Cem. Shiva will be observed at 425 Porter St., commencing Sun. eve., Sept. 28. Memorials in her memory may be made to charity of choice. GOODMAN Sept. 20, 1975, GEORGE of 35 Latham Park, Melrose Park, Pa. husband of Fave (nee Birnkrant), father of Mrs. James (Lonna) Ettelson, Mrs, Rodger (Bonnie) Wvner, Susan, Joan and Jane (Lady) Goodman, brother of Mrs. Freda Rosenblit, Benjamin, Louis and Samuel Goodman; also survived by 2 grandchildren. Services Mon. 2 P.M. precisely, at ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS 4720 N. Broad si. Int. Montefiore Cem. Family will be at his late residence. The family suggests contributions in his memory may be made to Cardio Vascular Institute of the Hahnemann Hospital. HIGH, Esq. On Sept. 19, 1975, GILBERT P., husband of Jo Amanda and father of Mrs. Joan H. Putney and Gilbert P. High, Jr., Esq. Grandfather to five grandchildren, brother of Samuel H. High, Jr., Esq. and Mrs. Sara Elizabeth Gregg. He resided in Rydal, Pa. Relatives and friends are invited to Memorial Services Mon. 4 P.M., Abington Presbyterian Church, York Rd. & Susquehanna Rd., Abington Remembrances in Mr. High's name may be sent to the Abington Memorial Hospital, Abington, Pa. 19001. ( CRAFT OF ABINGTON ) JORDAN Sept. 19, 1975 LOUISE S. (nee MacWilliams), wife of the lale William T., mother of Francis J. Barnes and grandmother of Francis. Relatives and friends, members of Wm. P. Roche Post No. 21 A.L. Aux. and American War Mothers are invited to call Tues. eve. KISH FUNERAL HOME, 6506 Elmwood Ave. Services Wed. 1 P.M. Int. Valley Forge Memorial Gardens. KOENIG ROBERT H. on Sept. 19, 1975, beloved husband of Minnie and father of Mrs. Ellen Bober; also survived by 2 granddaughters. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral service 10.30 A.M. Tues. Sept. 23, from the Evangelical fellowship Chapel, 21 Beecnwood Dr. (at County Line Rd.) Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Friends mav call Tues. after 9:30 A.M. In lieu of flowers donations mav be made to the Evang. Fellowship Chapel Church. Int. Lawn-view Cem. KOLMAN Sept. 21, 1975, LILLIAN (nee Duboff), wife of Samuel, of 1209 Robbins Ave., mother of Dr. S'an-lev D. Kolman and Mrs. Cheryl Sotnick, daughter of Mrs. Rose Duboff, sister of Mr. Allen Duboff grandmother of Bruce, Heidi, Michael, and Peter. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Tues., 12 Noon precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family will return to 9811 Bonner St. LANE HAROLD EARL, Sept. 19, 1975, suddenly, age 70, beloved husband of Wava Quay (nee Walls), of 2052 Woodside Lane, Broomall, Pa. Services and int. at the convenience of the family. Contributions in his memory may be made to the Heart Fund of Del. Co (Arr. by the GIBSON FUNERAL HOME, Broomall, Pa.) LEESER Sept. 21, 1975, JACOB (JACK), husband of Harriett (nee Franklin), of 2307 Shelmire St., father of Mr. Marshall Leeser, Mr. Howard Leeser, Mr. Bernard Leeser, Miss Michele Leeser and Mrs. Vickie Findlay, brother of Mrs. Betty Parker, grandfather of Neat, Craig and Jeffrey Leeser. Relatives and friends are inviled to funeral services Mon., 1 P M. precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. King David Memorial Park. Family will return lo 2307 Shelmire St. LEVIN Sept. 21, ROSE, of 657 Parkview Blvd., Yeadon, Pa., wife of the late David Levin, mother of Mrs. Millicent Weinstein, Mrs. Nancy Bergman, and Mrs. Vilma Frank, sister of Mr. Bernard and Mr. Charles Marin; also survived by 9 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Relatives and friends are invited to services, Tues., 12 noon, al the BERSCHLER CHAPEL, 4300 N. Broad St. Int. Havm Solomon Cem. Family will return to the late residence. Contributions in her membory may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society. LYNCH On Sept. 20, 1975 JANE J. (nee Callahan), beloved wife of the lale James P. Lynch of Colling-dale, Pa., mother of Francis A., Bernard J.. James P., Edward A., Mrs. Marie Moser and Mrs. Jane Melasecca; also survived by her granddaughter Sr. Mary St. Francis, I.H.M.. her nieces Sr. Charles Miriam I.H.M., Sr. Gloria Keltz O.S.F. and her cousin Sr. Marie Bernadelte, I H.M, Relatives friends and personnel of the Phila. Police Dept. are invited to attend her funeral on Tnurs. morning at 9 o'clock from the CAV-ANAGH FUNERAL HOME, 301 Chester Pike, Norwood. Mass of Christian Burial, in the Church of St. Joseph, Coltingdale, at ten o'clock. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends may call Wed. eve. 7 to 9 o'clock. LYNCH On Sept. 20, 1975 JOHN A. SR., husband of the late Eva (nee Addison), of 321 Monmouth St., Gloucester City, age 87. Relatives and friends, also all organizations of which he was a member are invited to attend the funeral services on Wed. II A.M., ETHERINGTON FUNERAL HOME, 700 Powell St., Gloucester City. Int. Eglmgton Cem. Viewing Tues. eve. Cloud No. 101 masonic service 8:30 P.M. MATTLEMAN Seot. 20, 1975 MARY (nee KauHman) of 1031 Fanshawe St , wife ot the lale Manuel, mother of Herman Maltleman, sister of Libbv survived bv 3 grandchildren Services were private. The family requests thai there be no visitation. McBRIDE JOHN J., of Feaslerville, Pa , on Seol. 19, 1975, beloved husband ol Doris (nee Fisher) and devoted father of Richard, the late Wavne and Doris McBride; also survived by his granddaughter, Christine. Services for relatives, friends, Tacony Lodge 600 F.&A.M. and employees of the Phila. Gas Works on Tues, 2 P.M. WM. ROWEN GRANT FUNERAL HOME, INC., Slreet Rd and 2nd St. Pike, Southampton, Pa., where friends may call Tues. 12 f oon till service lime. Private int. Forest Grove -em. Memorial contributions may be made lo the Penna. Lupus Foundation Inc., P.O Box 264, Wayne, Pa. 19087. McBRIDE Sept. 20, 1975, MARY, of 524 E. Willow Grove Ave., Wyndmoor, sister of John J. and the late Rev. James T. McBride. Relatives, friends, invited Mon. eve. 7 P.M. and Tues., 8:30 A.M., to JOHN F. MURRAY FUNERAL HOME, 1014-16 E. Chelten Ave. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M., at Seven Dolors Church, Wyndmoor. Int. St. Jerome's Cem., Tamaqua, Pa. Mass Cards preferred. McGOWAN Sept. 19, 1975, of 717 Marshall Ave , Collingdale, Pa., SUSAN (nee Lafferty), wife of the late William E., mother of William E. Ill, Robert J. and Mrs. Mildred T. Pusey; also survived by 4 grandchildren and one great-grandson, 2 sisters, Mrs. Marcella Master and Mrs. Sarah Kelly, and a brother, John Lafferty. Relatives and friends are inviled to the funeral Wed. 9 A.M., at the MARVIL FUNERAL HOME, 1 1 10 Main St., Darbv. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M. SI. Joseph's Church. Friends call Tues. eve. 7-9. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Death' Notices Mclaughlin Sept. 20, 1975, FLORENCE E. (nee Hulton), wife of Martin T. McLaughlin, 71 N. Union Ave. Lansdowne, Pa., mother of Martin T., Jr., West Chester, Pa., Daniel M., Lansdowne, Pa. and Thomas D. McLaughlin, Lansdowne, and Ruth M. Dobbins, Vienna, Va, sister of Samuel Hulton, West Chester, Pa., Daniel Hulton, Drexel Hill, Paul Hulton, Vineland, N J., Mary Higgins, Upper Darbv, Pa. and Ruth Keenan, Yeadon, Pa.; also survived bv 5 grandchildren. Funeral Tues. 9 30 A M., C. M. TOPPITZER'S FUNERAL l.fli'-Garrett Rd. at Lansdowne Ave., Urexei mhi, r. Mass ot Christian Burial, 10 A.M Church of St. Cvril, Penn Blvd., E. Lansdowne, Pa Friends and relatives may call Mon. eve. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. MONDELLO Sept. 19, 1975, CATHERINE (nee Talotta). beloved wife of the late Joseph and mother of Joseph, Nicholas, Tony, Frank, John, Fiore, Albert, Mrs. Mary Ceccarelli, Mrs. Rose D'Urso and Mrs. Anna Casta; also survived by 21 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Tues., 930 A.M., from FIORE NTINO FUNERAL HOME, 1170 S. Broad St. Mass of the Christian Bunal, HAM., St. Nicholas Church. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Mon. eve. 7 to 10 P.M. OLSZEWSKI EDWARD, Sept. 19 1975, beloved brother ol Helen Burns and Este'le Olszewski. Relatives, friends and employees of SEPTA invited to funeral 8 30 A M . Tues , from the SUCHARSKI FUNERAL HOME, 2324 Margaret St Mass, 10 A.M., St. John Cantius Church. Inf. Resurrection Cem. No viewing Mon. eve. PFLIUMER-WORSTER On Seot. 20. 1975, EMILIE C , age 79, formerly of Collingswood, N.J., wife of the late Alfred E. and mother of Carl E. Pflaumer. Mrs. Marcia Del- y v," ftA, MM4rnf4 Mrta An, e fTrrtK Speight;' also one sister, Mrs. Alfred Kupfer-schmid, also 21 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Relatives and tnends are kindly invited lo services on Tues , at 1 P.M.. at the FUNERAL HOME OF INGLESBY ANO SONS, Cove and Wvndam Rds , Pennsauken Int. Locuslwood Memorial Park. Friends may call Mon. evt. PHINNEY Sept. 19, 1975, IRENE G (nee Bushard), of 3605 Helen St., wife ot the late James. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral Wed 9 AM. al the Funeral Home ol GEORGE WITTMAIER, JR., Route 202, Chalfont. Mass of Christian Bunal Wed 10 A.M. in the Church of St. Jude, Challont. tnl. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may call Tues. eve. REILLY Sent. 20, 1975, THOMAS J., beloved husband of Kathrvn (nee Blair), surviving 2 daughters Kathleen and Patricia. Mass of Christian Burial, Tues., 10 A.M., SI. Timothy's Church. Friends and relatives invited to viewing 8 lo 10 A.M., Tues., PET-NER FUNERAL HOME, 6421 Frankford Ave. (at Levick). Family requests contributions be sent to Sacred Heart Home, Old York Rd. and Hunting Park Ave. Int. Resurrection Cem. No viewing Mon. eve. SCHLEiH Sept. 21. 1975 IDA (nee Schurr), wife of the latt Barney of 6451 Oxford Ave., mother of Mr. Leon Schiein and the late Fred Schlein, sister of Mr. Herman Schurr, Mr. Isadore Schurr and Mrs. Lena Kanefsky and Mrs. Reba Rosetsky; also survived bv 4 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Tues. 11:30 A.M. precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Montefiore Cem. Family will return to 121 Grevcourt Rd. Contributions in her memory mav be made to th Oxford Circle Jewish Community Center. SCHULZE On Sept. 20, 1975 WALTER E., beloved husband of Elizabeth Roberts of Phila. Services and mt. private. (Arrangements bv the CAVANAGH-PATTERSON FUNERAL HOME, of Media.) SENESE Sept. 19, 1975 NICHOLAS A., of Warminster, Pa., formerly of 2945 Ringgold St., Phila., husband of Adeline (nee Ferrante) and father of Linda Se-nese and Mrs. Regina Giacooonello. Relatives, friends, and members of Michelangelo Lodge No. 2260, are invited to funeral Wed., 9 A.M. THE DECKER FUNERAL HOME, 216 York Rd., Warminster, Pa followed bv a Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M. St. Joseph's Church, Warrington, Pa. Int: St. Matthew's Cem. Friends will be received Tues. eve. after 7 P.M. at the funeral home. The family requests contributions be made to the American Cancer Society in the memory of Mr. Senee. SHIRLEY On Sept. 20, 1975, of 7810 Farnsworth St., RENA D., wife of the late Andrew and mother of Mrs. William Alber and Walter W. Barnes; also survived by 2 grandchildren, Mrs. Ruth Boiler and Walter A. Barnes and 4 great grandchildren, Mrs. Shirley A. Green, Jr., Walter F. Boiler III. Lelitia T. Barnes and Waller A. Barnes III. Relatives and friends and members of Holmesburg United Methodist Church are invited to services Wed., 1 'P.M., from the WELLIVER FUNERAL HOME, 4009 Decatur St. (at 7900 N. Franklord Ave.) Int. Whitemarsh Memorial Park. Friends mav call Tues., 7 to 9 P.M. For those desiring, conlribr ulions to the Memorial Fund of Holmesburg United Methodist Church, 8118 Frankford Ave., Phila., would be appreciated. SILVERSTEIN Sept. 20, 1975 RAY, husband of Renee (nee Pe-ers), of 530 Regis Court, Salem Harbor Apts., Andalusia, father of Paula and Mitchell Silverstein, son of Joseph and Nettie Silverstein, brother of Milton Silverstein and Lillian Gaiter. Relatives and friends are invited to services Mon. 2 P.M., JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS, N. Broad St. above 71st Ave. Int. Roosevelr Memorial Park. Family will be at the late residence. SISTER ANN deLOURDES, S.S.J. Sept. 21, 1975, (ANNA T. KEENAN). Religious, relatives and friends invited lo Mass of Christian Burial, Wedj 10:30 A.M., at St. Joseph's Villa, Flourtown. Pa. Friends may call at Villa Tuev, after 3 P.M. Int. Community Cem. SUTTERY Sept. 19, 1975 HELEN J. of Havertown, Pa., beloved daughter of the late Joseph F. and Helen C. (nee Covle) and sister of Mary, Virginia Cena, Catherine Carney, Joseph and Jerome. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral Wed. 845 A.M., from the MILLIGAN FUNERAL HOME, 430 MacDade Blvd;, Collingdale. Mass of Christian Burial, St. Alice's Church 10 A.M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends may call Tues. eve. STINSON Sept. 19, 1975, JAMES B., of Leviltbwn, Pa. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services, Tues ,11 A.M., in the DECKER FUNERAL HOME, 216 York Rd., Warminster, Pa. Int. Greenmount Cem. Friends will be received Mon. eve., alter 7 P.M. at the funeral home. STUART ALBERT, of 463 Hemlock Terrace, Woodbury, N.J., formerly of Fairmount, Phila. and Springfield, Delaware Co., Pa., on Sept. 20, 1975, husband of the lale Helen E. Riskie, age 71 vears. Funeral services Wed., Sept. 24 at 10 A.M. at WAGNER FUNERAL HOME, 58 Euclid St, Woodbury, N.J. Int. Fernwood Cem, Viewing Tuesday eve. Contributions lo Deborah Hospital, Browns-mills, N.J. in Mr. Stuart's name would be appreciated. TAYLOR On Sept 19, DONALD JAMES, of 4447 Baker St., son of the late Daniel and Catherine Tavlor. Relatives and friends are inviled lo Mass of Christian Burial, Wed. 10 A.M. at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Ridge Ave and Cathedral Rd. Viewing Tues. eve after 7 P.M. at WARREN F. MILLER FUNERAL HOME, 7220 Ridge Ave. Rox. Int Holy Cross Cem. TRICHON Sept. 21, 1975, JANICE (nee Israel), wife of Herman Trichon, of the Hopkinson House, mother of Donald and Howard Trichon: also survived by 5 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to services Tues, 11 A.M., JOSEPH LEVINE ANO SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS, N. Broad SI above 71st Ave. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family will be al Ihe lale residence. TSICHLIS Sept. 20, 1975, MYRA (nee Koller). wife of fh lale Michael of 4325 Claridge St., sister of Mr. Morris W. Koller, Mrs. Anna Cohen and Mrs. Reba Abrams. Relatives and friends are invited to , funeral services Tues., 11 A.M. precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Har Nebo Cem. ' WALLACH Seot 20. 1975 ESTELLE (ESSIE) (nee Ga vern) wile of Jack, of 164 Yew Rd , Cheltenham. Pa., mother of Allen Wallach, Sharon Wallach and Debbie Wallach, sister of Mrs. Helen Sarrfcon. Relatives, friends invited lo funeral services Mon. 2 PM. precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Montefiore Cem. Family will return to 164 Yew Rd. Cheltenham, Pa. Contributions mav be made in her memory to a charily of lha donor's choice. WARD Sent. 20, 1975, RUSSELL R. WARD of 4514 Piy St., father ol Mrs. Joan Beyer and Richard R. Ward. Service for relatives and friends Mon. 130 P M at OLIVER H. BAIR'S, 1820 Chestnut St. Int. Ml. Moriah Cem. WHITCOMS Of Ambler, Pa., suddenly Sept. 19, 1975 ALLISON H. JR., father of Allison H. Ill and brother of Miriam Stout, aoe 49 vears. Funeral services Wed 1:30 PM, WALTER SHAEFF FUNERAL HOME, 145 Tennis Ave., Ambler. Int. Rose Hill Cem. Friends may call Tues. eve. 7 lo 9. YOUNG Sept. 20, 1975, FRANCES (nee Lampert), wife of the lale Reuben L. Young, of 2800 Anzac Ave., Roslvn, Pa., mother of Barbara Y. Blumenthal, S'ster of Helen Krause; also survived bv 3 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to services Mon. 12 noon, JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS North Broad St above 71st Ave. int Monief-iore Cem. Family will return to the Blumenthal residence, 2800 Anzac Ave. In lieu of remembrances contributions may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. ZIMMERMAN Sept. 19, 1975, DR. JOHN B. ZIMMERMAN of Ocean City N J., husband of Doris M. Zimmerman (nee Schupe). Graveside services Tues. 12:00 noon at the Went; Reformed Congregational Churchr yard, Center Point, Pa. ZIONKOFSKI Sept 19, 1975, ANNA, beloved wife of Ihe la la John, devoted mother of Marcella Sylvester, John Edward, James and Caroline Devlin; also survived by 18 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren Relatives and friends are invited to the Sal Wed., 8:30 A.M., KOCIUBINSKY FUNERAL HOME, 305-07-09 E. Girard. Ave. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M., Visitation Church. Int Greenmount Cem Viewing Tues. eve. 7 to 10. Cemetery lots GLENWOOO MEMORIAL GARDENS, Broom. all 2 grave lots SS00. R.L. Bethke, 6 Darian Court, Yardville. N.J.08620. SAVE ON Crypt for 2 in beaut. Sun-set Mem Pk. IV3-6013 aft SPM "SUNSET Memorial Park (2) Choice Crypt. Sacri. fice. Call Pi2-265 1 1

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