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14-C Thursday, Sept 5, 1985 OBITUARIES Alexis I. du Pont Bayard, lawyer and political leader By Burr Van Ana Inquirer Staff Writer Alexis I. du Pont Bayard, 67, former . lieutenant governor of Delaware and ; a member of the finance committee of the Democratic National Commit-tee, died Tuesday during heart-by-f pass surgery at Graduate Hospital. A lawyer who was known as "Lex," he maintained a law office in Wil- ; mington and homes in Wilmington and in Rehoboth Beach. : He was a partner in Bayard, Bill & ". Handelman, a law firm that lists ma-; jor corporations and national organi- zations among its clients. Reorga- nized last year, the firm is now Bayard, Handelman & Murdoch. , A graduate of the University of Virginia Law School, he was admit-. 4 ted to the bar in 1948 and entered : I into politics. His politics raised eyebrows. On . his mother's side, he was a du Pont, a ; J family that was traditionally Repub- lican, but he proved to be a liberal Democrat, a self-described Adlai Ste-f venson man. ; . He was elected lieutenant gover-I nor in his first race, serving with : Gov. Elbert N. Carvel, also a Demo-) crat, from 1949 to 19S3. At age 30, he became. the youngest person elected , to the state's second-highest office. - After a single term, he turned his attention to national politics. Five generations of Bayards had represented Delaware in the VS. Senate, and his decision in 19S2 to run against Sen. John J. Williams came as no surprise. Political leaders of the day said that his timing was wrong. He ran as a Stevenson liberal against a man he W. Beaumont Whitney? ; W. Beaumont Whitney 2d, 88, a retired Philadelphia insurance bro-; ker, died Tuesday at his home in Dunwoody Village, Newtown Square. ', He was a former resident of Chestnut I Hill. ', Senior partner in the firm of Lu-' kens, Savage & Washburn, he became . vice president of Alexander & Alex- ander Inc. when the New York-based international insurance brokerage ' merged with his firm in 1967. A member of a prominent family, Mr. Whitney was raised in German-town, and educated at the Kent I Jean Loveday, active in horse racing . Jean M. deFlesco Loveday, who raced her horses at tracks in the Mid- - J Atlantic area, died Tuesday at her . home in the Ewing Township section - J of Mercer County. J ' Mrs. Loveday, a lifelong resident of : I the Trenton area, was vice president of the family-owned Trenton Stone . J Co. The deFlesco quarry was the j. source of much of the stone used in ' I the construction of New York's ' J brownstone mansions. ' A former Conover model, she was a . graduate of Trenton Junior College James C. Robertson, 74, j ex-advertising executive : James C Robertson, 74, a retired - advertising-agency executive and a ; U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary officer, died Tuesday at Bryn Mawr Hospital. ; He lived in Wynnewood. ' . Mr. Robertson, who spent 40 years in the advertising business, held I ; posts as vice president, executive art ' director and member of the board of '. . directors of Arndt, Preston, Chapin, ' : Lamb & Keene, a major Philadelphia agency, before he retired in 1971. A graduate of the Museum College ; ' of Art in Philadelphia, he began his . career in the advertising business working with Procter & Schwartz. He 'became art director. He joined . i Arndt, Preston and company in 1943 ; 'and rose through the ranks. A native of Bedford, Mass., he had a ', lifelong romance with the sea. While still a lad, he signed on as cabin boy '. of the Charles W. Morgan, the last of Deaths here I Dr. Joseph Fritt Straus, 75, a family ' physician for 50 years, died Tuesday .'at Jeanes Hospital. He lived in Jen-; kintown. He was educated at tne university i of Pennsylvania and graduated from pr.T.n'o MoriicM Srhonl in 1935. He ' J interned at the old Jewish Hospital, I an institution that is now the North-t em Division of Albert Einstein Medi-l cal Center. Dr. Straus, who remained id active practice, maintained offices in El- kins Park. He served on the staff of . ...1 r- -tc tl. eieanes nospiiai iui jcau hc won ."member of the American Medical Association. He was also a member of Rodeph ;Sholom Congregation and of the Philmont Country Club. Survivors: his wife. Vera; daugh-; ter. Patricia Bennett; a son, Fred, and I three grandchildren. ; Services 2 p.m. today, Berschlert . Funeral Chapel. Hunting Park. Brother James A. Brown. 82, a member of the Jesuit Fathers and Brothers for 59 years, died yesterday at the Fitzgerald Division of Mercy Catholic Medical Center. The Philadelphia Inquirer Alexis L do Pont Bayard In a 1964 photograph said he found far too conservative, too cold to human needs. A landslide vote for Dwight D. Eisenhower boosted Williams, who was popular himself, to victory. Party leaders of the period remembered Mr. Bayard as a gentle, humble, compassionate man. "He gave our party stature," said Henry Topel, who was state chairman from 1970 to 1982. "Lex was a very sensitive person, a man proud of his heritage," Carvel said. Despite his loss to Williams, Mr. Bayard remained devoted to the party. In 1954 he served as campaign chairman of the Delaware Democratic Committee, and in 1967 he was named state Democratic chairman, a School in Kent, Conn. He graduated from Princeton University in. 1919, after World War I service in the field artillery. Active in civic affairs, he was a former member of the board and past president of the Children's Aid Society and a member of the board of the Pennsylvania School for the Deaf. Long a trustee at the Kent School, he was president of Kent's board in 1960 when the school became one of the first private boarding schools to admit girls as students. and Temple University. She studied at the Sorbonne. Interested in the theater, she studied at the Allen & Singer School of Broadcasting and worked in television and appeared in productions at area playhouses. Her credits include appearances at the Bucks County Playhouse, at the Lambertville Music Circus, the Princeton Playhouse, and the Theater in the Park at Washington Crossing, N.J., as well as in the Junior League Follies. Her interest in horses was of long the Bedford whalers. The historic vessel is preserved at the Mystic Seaport in Connecticut During World War II. Mr. Robertson served in the Coast Guard Reserve and continued his affiliation until he died. His last posting was as a lieutenant commander in charge of public information for the Philadelphia flotilla. An accomplished and prolific artist, he expressed his fondness for the sea in scenes he painted both for personal enjoyment and for sale. Surviving are his wife, Frances M. Robertson; son, William R; a daughter, Frances R. Graham, and six grandchildren. Services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Chapel at West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Belmont Road, Bala Cynwyd. He entered the Jesuit order as a brother in 1926. For 45 years, he worked as chief engineer at the Georgetown Preparatory School, Rockville. Md. Survivors: a sister, Margaret A. Brown. Services: viewm, it iuubi, -j ola Residence, St. Joseph's Univer sity: Mass of Christian Burial. 1 p.m. tomorrow, St. Matthias Church. Bala Cynwyd. Joseph Bomenblit, 83, a retired Philadelphia police officer, died Tuesday at Point Pleasant Hospital, Point Pleasant, NJ. He was a former resident of the Mayfair section of the city. Survivors his wife, Miriam; a son. Frank; five grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. Services: viewing. 7-9 p.m. tomorrow, J.W. Dean Funeral Home. Fox Chase; funeral. 10 a.m. Saturday, at the funeral home. os foaaoooj vetfti its ooocy tttoe off a wo oo ima, t no obrtiMnoa wrtfao 4 i I aumarrty to Too ovourer a cay post he held for two years. In 1970, he was named a member of the finance committee of the Demo cratic National Committee, a position he held until he died. Active in civic affairs, he was for mer chairman of the Delaware River and Bay Authority, a director of the Mellon Bank of Delaware and of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Mr. Bayard also served in numerous posts with the Red Cross and the March of Dimes. A Wilmington native, he attended St Paul's School in Concord, N.H., and graduated from Princeton Uni versity in 1940. World War II inter rupted his decision to pursue legal studies. He entered the Marine Corps. During the battle of Iwo Jima, Ma rine Lt. Bayard was directing cover ing fire while a patrol from Easy Company, Second Battalion, 28th Ma rines, climbed Mount bunbacni. He was wounded in the battle, and he recalled in a recent interview that he and a sergeant, both out of ammu nition, held an area against tne Japa nese by throwing C-rations at them They heard 'em land and figured they were grenades. That kept them pinned down," he said. "Best damned use for C-rations I ever heard." He is survived by five sons, Alexis I. du Pont Jr., Eugene H., Richard H., John F. and William B.; a daughter, Jane H. Curley, a brother, and two sisters. A memorial service is to be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Christ Church Christiana Hundred. Contributions may be made in his name to the University of Delaware Law School. ex-broker He served as a vestryman of Christ Church in Old City for 36 years and for for many years was senior warden of the historic church. He was a member of the Philadelphia Country Club. Surviving are his wife, Louisa New-lin Whitney; son, W. Beaumont 3d; daughter, Cynthia W. Drayton; six grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. today at Christ Church, Second Street above Market Street. standing. She raced them at Liberty Bell, Brandywine, Dover Downs and the Meadowlands tracks. She was active in the VS. Trotting Association, in the New Jersey Horsemen's Association, in the Amwell Valley Hounds and in the Building Stone Institute. She was a member of the board of governors of the Trenton Symphony, a member of Actors Equity and of the Trenton Country Club. She was a member of the Mercer County Board of Elections. Surviving are her husband, Thomas Q. Loveday Jr.; daughters, Cheryl J. Kish and Holly, and two grandchildren. A viewing will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at the Poulson & Van Hise Funeral Home, 650 Lawrence Rd., Trenton. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 9 a.m. Saturday at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church. Burial will be in Ewing Cemetery. Otatk Notices ALTMAN On imot 1, IttS. BPULAH S (nee Oendert), eoe 74, belavtd wife af the lata Dental B. Altman, af Cherry MoV tarmarty af Sptmohotd, Pa mother af loano Boradkat, Lett O. Altman and Pie late Roger w. Alt-man, p tndHiodioi af Diana Borodkki and Carol Tiers; atsa survived bv S sislert and one brother. Reiattvet and h-tends are invited la service, Man. II AM at THE SPENCER T. VIDEON FUNERAL HOME, Garrett Rd. at Sliedolaiid Ava Drexel HH, where friends mav cat one hour oner to tie service, kit Val- AMOROSI Sept. 3 rtgs, MARY f nee llretohoftt) botovod mofhor ot Sr. Trinrto Mario, IMM, Mrs. Barbara Marker and efosoph; atso oQ-v bv I orondchadren and 7 great orondcModron. Rotaftvos and friends .nvtted to attend her nimrm, Fri. 4-JO AM bom THE ROGERS FUNERAL HOME, M2t-ja S. 3rd St Mast af Christian Burial, t-30 AM Sacred Heart af Jesus Church, mt StoiutiOLkon Com, Friandt mav cal Thurs. ava. ;.f. BALCER0WSK1 On Sopt 3, IttS, at WomwMtor, Pm MARY J. (nao Wvetli, wHe ef tho ana Edward and metier of tArs. Oesoros Meshkafski and arantvneOiar af Taraloi and snter af Mrs. Elhat tlttnon, Mrs. Lauretta Kush-meeer and Mrs. EptSeafaaWrh Jones. Reortives and Irtends kMtted ta cat Thurs VI AM, at Nanvtly af Our Lord Church. 425 W. Street Rd Werwanster, Pa. Mass af Chmhaa Burial WO bo calebrawd at If AM bit St John Neumann Com Choi lent. Pa, (Arr. PLUNKETT FUNERAL HOME, rfatbora). BAR8XE Ut. X tttS, GEORGE soa at hoJcttMt krathoi al Mictiaaf and Aiarod Barono. Resashntt and fnandt a re Inviled ta Graveside Servlca Frt M AM, at Tha poverty Natteaal Cam, poverty, NJ. Arr. CHARLES ft. O'NEAL BER6S0R DO) GUST A v, an See, 2, teas, r iwipii ondPrnioant ot aAenutacfurers Enoinoerwio A Eeajotrnent Co. (ME ECO), trotv btitvia tathar af Lisa, breoier of Rosaha Btiniaa and Dr. AavomBorosoa Relallvos, tnends and orosent and tanner Emolayoet af em Oin... on eea Own mmr 1 PM PAOVYtf ftOWLANO PUteERAL HOeAC, toyt Oat York Rd. Absneaao, Funeral sermco 2 PAA mt Menteare Cam. k aeo at Oewers, rornomki etnas mav Be tent to fnoiuan Loncor aocatty. Ha CTeitaet St I ra, rr ma. BERMAR Sao. 4. IttS FANtetE fnao Cahon). wne at wm fata Henry w. Iirniea. meohor of Muriel Fwnmen and Asa mt tiiann. gtstor af Mannv Cohan and Sara Uetor; also turvtvod by 4 or anuchtdi on Rottttvos, RohvmaadiiiiiialtiiofOUoeiiioyoi lanowot are a-vtted M tunertJ awrwees, Frt II AM arodsefy hSOLOS-TEINS'." 04M tt Broad St bit Moiaelieie at oaa rtaaiiM rott- BLASKEYiTCR Seat X tttt, STQEtt kiiti it of Ow tote Maria ( noo PoaStvo U OjtttoOF of Morteno ond SeOphev Jr. BroOor of .iehn Viertng Fri. oAer 7 PAL (Parastas a PM. to SL Mttftaort Rwwiaw OiHntHa Ctwrctt. Ml St. and Ftirmtm Am Hwmm Ubargv, 9 AM Sot BOKEXSUT JOSEPH, mm tX Soot 3, tttSot New Jersev, far-nsevW of aA.ib.r, beved husband tar 54 veers e, Minam Jehnsen Bovneatlt, felher af Frank," grandfather S, yoaf andtawier at 4. friends and eaters af La La T emote, awnnanonal Shroso Horse Pao-ol and St Jotters Mesenw: Ladae No. IIS aw aweted tt Rat funeral Sat Mi AM from X W. DEAN'S, Ttot Oissrd Ave. (Foa Chose) tst-lowod bv tonnca PJ AM. Mataajc Sorwca. Frt ova. I PM mt Sunset IMomonal Park. Fnandt mav cat Frt oaarPM Death Notices BCXXER Seat J. IMS. COtfMELL. Mt H. bllli'ld twsbond af tne late Hera, devoted minor of Margaret Ademi, Mary Osborne, Nora Bradtev, WoXem, John, Eton Wad and Kathleen Piroll; else survived by 44 grand-CMMrm and It great arandcMdran, Relaltvesend friends owe Orvtted to his Mwril Pri at ne CImhOi ef Mary Mother at In Church, awamawr, Mj. Vieweig v AM, Mowed bv a Mau a) ChrtihM Burial at M AM UN. Ha Crau Cam. hi lea at lawtri, please mrt Lawn gMrttou .1 his warm to St AAorv't Nursing , Charrv rML (M. F. 6A1X0) Saat 4. taac. BRO. JAMffS A. BROWN, SJL.Jf Lava- la RaiManca, St ' Unhmytv, Mat On Ln Awt, tannarhi at fiaarvsfuvm Praoarahjt SchaaL Radrvfla, MIL, brediar Marenrat A. Brwra, at PMa. Rau. tfarwa, rahaJaw, relahw and fciandt are hwnad ta Bw Canmaiii and Ma it at Cnrrnaan Avnal an Fit at 1 PM In St MattMat R.C Church, IS Bryn Mawr Ava Bala Cynwyd, Pa. mt Mary Crest Cam, Vaadan, Pa. That wH ba viawina an Than av. ram 7 h t PM. at Lavala RatManca at St JatainYt UnMartllv, Stot CNv Una Ava. Mamnrial cantrtba. vaa,Md.gtsa BRUA MYRTLE A dNd StaAt IMS, to 74, at WHdwaod, HL, baiavad mattwr af Anna TravrvaHa turvtvad bv 1 aiaiMlLlntdian- Frad and Mart Travtt and Ama gntawlch and S area! eiandcliadiia Mau at Chrit-nan Burial, II Noon. Thwx at St Amft R.C Church, Widwaad, HJ. BurW m m Fak-vlaw Canv, Mhkta Tawmhw, HU. Vtewait to I ll:X AM Thure. at THE INCERSOLL-6REENWOO0 FUNERAL HOME, HOI Cantral Ava North wadwaod, N.J. Famttv requastt mamarlaa ta Tha nous at Charity, ca St Anrt K.C uurch, waowoao, p BOSH Saot X IW, tUTHRYN C (not PtrernrnarL ama at tha lata Frank J. Both; else survived bv niece, Varna Hardin. Reiattvet and friends are inviled to the llmeral service Frt, 10 AM, ROSE FUNERAL HOME, 2410 Bridge St, BrMatbura. mt Emanuel Reformed Com, v cm mart. ava. ta y r M CAMARATTA ALFRED A, Sent X MtS, af North Um St, PMa. survived bv mt wHe Jessie (nee Cardeoi), his son, Fred, his daughter Elaine SuMM, his brother, Frank, hit srstert, Eva Fooiiana, Louise Doughartv, Rota D'Orvaneo, Mary Dman and S orandchMren. Ratanvat and friends are mvitad ta his funeral, an Sat, 1:30 AM at THE ROBERT L. O'ANJOLLEL MEMORIAL HOME OF OVERBROOK, 450 -20 Havorford Ava, PMa. Mass af Christian Burial, AM, St Caaishis Church, mt SS. Peter and Paot Cam. Friandt may cat Fa-. 7 m 10 PM (Parking oil pretnttot.) CIAXCXETTA DANIEL, balavtd husband at the late CatttarMa (nee McOei mall) and tether af Denial, Frank and Mrs. Agatha Abtwtt Relatives and friandt are etvrted ta hit viewing Fit, Sept tih, at t AM, in St Stanislaus Church, Mam St, LansOete, IgOawtd bv Mau of Chritnan Burial at 10 AM mt Hary Saoulchre Cam. Na viawina en Than. ava. (SIMCOX-MctLVAINE FUNERAL HOME, Lamdafa). CLARKE Sjpl 4 !9tS, CHARLES R- f Rvx hottpflMtf Of HCMfVI A. (Mt MMITMMWl, nflMT CMtiM R. Jr. MM Thomas L Oatirt, brottMr of Hefm Maouir; also uir-vtvtd bv i yaritlchMraa Rataltvn and friafMft invlltd to Mast of Ownttan Burial, Sat. 1 1 AJA at Hotv Fam-tfv Church. Int. Hotv Siwuktir Com. No vtowina Frt ovo. Donattom in Ms nvomorv to mt Amortcan Cancor soctotv. I4Z2 chostnut sl, Pntta. pa. 19102. wouw m aicrtciattl (KOU.tR) COADY On Sept 4. rtOS WILLIAM T. of Oltten Haiahtt, Pa, beloved husband of Dorrs N. (nee Hatenauer) Coadv, beieved lather af Mrs. Robert ( Jayame) Pfaff, ba- laved grandiaOter at Lari Ptatl; also tuvvtvad bv hit brothers, Joseph, Gerard, Rev. Edward L. Coadv, James Coadv and hit tittert, Margaret Stephenson and Catherine Sobers. Rehoieut, relatives and friends are invited ta Mt Matt af Chritnan Burial, Sat t-JO am Hotv cross cnurcn, spr monoid, pa. mt. private. m Ms memory, cerrtrtbulfont fa Tha American Cancer Society, 101 Watt Chatter Pike, Havertown, Pa. IV4U wauld ba appreciated. (O'LEARY FUNERAL HOME, SPRINGFIELD, PA.) CONSTANS Sept. 2, IMS JOHN J. devoted son of the lete Harry am Margaret (nee Morrow) beloved brother of Ama Zukauskat am Margaret Sentck and Theresa Sicze-penea; also turvived bv nieces am nephews. Relatives am friends are invited to attend ins funeral Sat I AM from THE BtGENIS FUNERAL HOME, 311 Wharton St Matt af Christian Burial Church of Tha Sacred Heart af Jesus t:30 AM kit Holy Cross Cam. Friandt may cal Fit ava. COSTELLO Sudderty en Sept. 1, IMS, GRETCHEN B, beloved wrfo of Thomas J. and mothor of Dontso and Anihonv CostoNo; dauohttr of Mrs. Bttva BtorwtrtK in her Mth voar. Servicos and int. prfvatt. Demnons to Tht Muscular Dvsfophrv Foundation preterrod. (Arr. by THE FLUEHR FUNERAL HOME BENSALEM) . COX DELBERT C Sept. 1 ItlS, of Feettenriae. Pa., be loved Husband al Veronica (nee Kaoisb) and devotee) father ef Lorreffa Payne af Levrrtewn, Pa. and orend-father af Michael and Susan Pavne. Weiattves and friends Invited ta a Matt of Christian Burial Frt. II AJH Assumption B.VJM. Church, Bristol and Mea-dawbrook Rcls., FeastervHte, where friendt W4 be received from 10 to II AM. kit. Hotv Redeemer Cam PtHla Ja. Arr. bv JAMES J. DOUGHERTY FUNER-ALMOME, INC J3M Trentoa Rd, littovro. Pa. DANSER JOHN ARNOLD, of GMntown, NJ formertv of Brook lawn, H-k, on Sept. j, husband of Eleanor Hawthorne (nee Wetter), aged t years, father of rente. Denser ana Lorraine oemer, nepwwior of David Hawihorne and Marge Pfetffer, krother of Robert Denser and Eittabeth Garrison. Relatives and mends are owned to attend a Memorial service Sal Sept ;, at 10 AM., at Ctotvnel United Methodist Church, Broad St., Gfetafown, NJ. Int. private. Viewing Frt ; to 9 PM at DAVIS FUNERAL HOME, 171 Delaware St, Woodbury, NJ. Contributions to Oon-mea Church would be appreciated. DISTEL Sept. 4, rtS, RICHARD A baiavad husband af tha lata Maodatena Widmam, fattier af Yvonne OoSenfls, frandtalfier of Matthew, Ralph Jr. and Angelina, brother el Dotoret Stona, Vera Voipe and C Kenneth Dish Funeel w be on Set., at I AJVL, for rotahVet and friends from THE EMIL J. CIAVARELLI FUNERAL HOMES, INC., Sit Fayette St Cemho-hocliea Mast af Christian Burial, at a KM. SS. Catmat and Damian Church, kit. Hotv Cross Cam. Friends may cat Frt. ava. at the Funeral Heme 7 la t PM. D'ORAZIO Entered kite rest Sept 4, rttS WILLIAM l age 41, of Havertown. farmartv af Devon. Beloved husband af Hermme (nee Bauer), devoted father af Heather Setter! and tVWiam D'Oraiie, brother af A date Armstrong, Ebon Gear, Martha VYhrtwerfh, John. Chester, James, Robert and Paul D'Orazio and the late Ruth Strict houser and orandtathar af Amanda. Relatives and friends art Invited to the funeral, Sat. 1:45 AJA at THE SPENCER T. VIDEON FUNERAL HOME, Garrett Rd. ot ShadHand Ave Drexel HU, where friends mav cal Frt. ova. 7 fa t PM, Funeral ServKe, Sat ta AM St James Untied Church af Christ, Ha-vortewn. Memorial Gilts mav be sent la tha above named church, fest Edgeweod Mam. Park. DORNAR Sopt 4, rm, HUGH, or Cast Fats, pi other of Wtmem n. uornan. Rewnves, menou i , members of American Legion Paradise Post No. 7N invited to cal ot THE JAMES M. TURNER FUNERAL HOME, INC 4021 Ridge Ava Rexboreugh, Frt. ovo. after 7, atsa ta hit funeral service SaL 10 AM M. Laurel Hal Cera. EBEN Sent 3. IttS, ANNA (nee Urban), 04 veort, widow of John Eden, botovod mother af Hartiat Schtd and tha late Edwin Eden; atsa survived bv arandtons, George ScMtd and Edwin Eden, Jr ana great enndched and 3 greet groat arandchtdren. Relativat and friends Invited ta funeral Sat tJO AM at E. KESZLER CAR. DOZA FUNERAL HOME, 14)0 N. 2nd St. Mass af Chrttllan Burial, II AM, Church of St. Michael, mt Raturrectten Com. Friends mav cal Frt. 7 to fcM PM Matt Cords preferred. FEISE Saot 4, ItlS. FRANK C af Narborth, Pa beloved husband af Dorothy M. (net Lane), father af Patricia F. Watson, Soty F. Fact and Jane F. Young; ha it atsa survived bv t grandchadrerv Larry, Suunna, Gainv, Brian, Frank, Phvlis, Tracy, Paula, Stewart and ana area! trandentd. Shana. Rauttves and friends are invited ta bit funeral servicos I PM Sat4apt. 7, IttS, from Al Saints Church, Motiloamoi t Ave. and Gvosy Lane, Wynnewood. kit. West Laurel HR Com. There w ba aa viawina. (CHADWICK'S OF ARDMORE1. FOSE On Saot X TttS, RAYtMONO X JR af Mt Holy, MJ, oaa 45 years; survtvtng, Ms who Anna, 1 tans, Rav-mend J. HI and Jaseoh, 3 orendciitui en Funeral tar. ttcov Fri II AM at THE PERINCHIEF CHAPELS. 3t High St. Mt Hoty, NJ. fat Whlternarsh Memorial Fork, pmoocryP)., Pa. Friandt may cat Fri iota II AM at tho ajnaraj karoo, FUC8S Seot 3. IttS, LILLIAN M door ttster-ln-anr of NaV dred Fochv atsa survtvod by her nerOiews, Geeiga and Cniiilophel and bar niece, Madeline. Relatives and friends are invited ta her funeral. Sat t o AM MARY M. GIVNISH FUNERAL HOME, S03t N. Stk St. (Corner af Lmctev Ave,) Mass af Christian Burial, J AM ayacnaiien of Our Lard Church, mt New Cartbjodral Canv Mo erOiting viowotga GIAKIARCO PtETRO, on Seot J, tots, of lntdowno. Pa an Army veteran at World war L husband at BtnoMnt (nee Leone), father ef Lava Gwnmarce, Evekna Mono, Faamene Giammorca and Marv Indan; atsa aawlvM bv IS eranevtVMrea and t na andcta. CMitflen Bursal, Fit t AM. St PtHmono-t Church, Barhmore and lliehtand Avos. Unsdowna. Vieweit wR be Thurs. eve. 7 ta t PM. at dovif. STONELAKE FUNERAL HOME, 13-15 E. Bammere Ava Lansdovme and ana an Frt morrung after 74S AM k. SS. Peter and Paot Cam. Dona horn ta fho sneewore s.ewnv owno Assn loo Vff. ism 51 ter, fa. ret la, would GRANT JESSIE M. 0. lead. l. teas, of MM Miranda Una. Warmmter, Pm. survived by a tan, Edward A. rant, davgMor-m-kw, Zola W. Grant; 3 erandene-dren, Chnshna, Kartk and KaN Groat, 2 sisters, Naomi McNaa- and Sadta Litneiehn. Relatives ana friends are oMtod ta services Frt menono, II AM. wrwavt from ta II AM. at The First African Prot-bvtenan Chorch, 2nd and Gfrard Av. bd, ChOflen Hats Caoa. (WORMLEY FUNERAL HOME) ERWWOOD Of Matord St. Soot 4, IttS, ELS LEE, wtfe of tha fate weham. Services Frt II AM at FLETCHER FUNERAL NOME. t$2t ButOewn Ave. erherotneadt ftavy cat aftar t-jt AJet ttt Forott Hate Cant, RALBEXAR Sept. togs. MfSS VMMA t doooiter of tno loto Eoner H. ond H. Moodo HaMemon (nee tWorteSoTPOften) tvnd srsserj of rVWrv C Prmt zM H. Rhoedi ond Evennf M. HatdMnonf otso svoived bv a ncpnew ond i ejocei. SenFtco ter nojtuves ond WTends SoL II A-Mi e Mononol fraoisf CbortA of Hioioitjedoji Vat Death Notices KAKSCER Sept 1, Itii, MARIE B. (Ma Uwtm Krmmt), ba-krvtd arrla a AMrad, daar mM 1 Mrctiaal Mark, Edward, Maltha, Vmcant, Pawl and Chrtonnaj ah iurvtvad bv 4 grandchMran, Tnarasa Maria, KVchaal French, Scan Jaaach and Slacav Am. Ralattvai, Irlandi and irarnoan af LaOn' AuxHarv Adam KawatsU Fatt Na. I, are Myriad ta har viawaig. Fit i PM. at St Mary at Auaanpwa Church, 172 Canarraa St LMvk.l miiaid bv a Mau at Chrttllan Burial, I PM FiMaraJ arecauian wti nwat Sat UO am. at KARCSH FUNERAL HOME, MI-M4 Caftan St, Mvk. hi km at ftowara, Mauat ar donations M har inamarv la St Jam tha aphil Church RaMaranM RAXXIS WILLIAM Au. l, im, baiavad talhar at WWam, Carraa, Raman and Victor Harm and Giaria Tharnp-san, bialliai at Eitia Chata. Ratanvat am Inanat are brvtlod la hmaral sarvkat Sua, Saot ilh, at PM, viawina $ ta a PAAw Camahar n4atnarial Unttad Math-adrtt Church, M WvaknMf Ava. mt. Rotina Gram Cam. Ait. bv JAMES J. CRAY FUNERAL HOME. RILL On Spi t ms, MARGARET X HtLL (Mt Yltni), bltvWWj WH fjf SuftTMM HH Sr bW4WatJ BOrttdW of Jam T. HM, Evgana R. Hal Jrj atsa survived bv S aiandchllgian. Barbara, Phvatt, Euaant HI, John and Marearatr I araat aiidctaaJran. Sorvtca tar ratatlvat and triandi an Fit, Stot t at I PM at THE OLIVER H. BAM COS. SUBURBAN WEST, 301 Watt Chaster pake MtWWiowiv wtMrc If rtiktU fniy ul titter II AM. O-bS. SfVk, HMlMtM oom m at litis PoM, Mt Arttn0tkW Cmw R0LT EDNA M LYONS an Saot X IMS baiavad wife al Harry S. Haft, devoted mother af Brim and Dama Halt, dear staler af Sit Markawtkl, Mary Twist, Rna Eron, Peoay Grosser and Ctherma ERott Rataflvat and friends are mvitad ta hmaral Sat AM REILLY FUNERAL HOME, 241 E. AOtuhanv Ava. Mau of Chritnan Burial, i am Nanvrrv b.vm murcn. an. 1 saoMchre cam. l Viewing FrLeva.7 la HOPKINS Saot J, tns, FRANK WEBB, baiavad husband of June, davaftd father of Barbara Hawraod and Chris. toonerj aha survived by ana oranddauuhler. Relalrvat and friends are Invited to a Memorial Service m hit honor Fit, 4 PM, St John'i United Church af Christ, Frank ford Ava. and Ontarie St kit wat at tha convenience af Mt tamty. M.F. GALLO. EOTCXIXSOX Saot J, IMS, ISAIAH T, baiavad husband af Justine (nee Haves) Hutchinson, of 1340 S. Mehrate St, father af ftaiah T. Hutchintan, Jr.; tan af Beatrice Leftwitcti and aba turvived bv a sister. Friandt and ralattvea may cal attar 7 PM Frt, Sept. 4, BRINGHURST-ANDREW J. BAfR FUNERAL HOME, 44 S. State Rd. (at Sellers Ave.), Upper Darby, where funeral service wa be held at I PM Funeral procession to woaotand Cam. wa) farm at Brinohursl-Andrew X Baa"a,Satat MAM IZZO On Seat Owlets, HEDWhabokwad who of Peter, da-voted mether af Ceretvit, Chrlttaohar and Sttphanta, al af Draxal Hav aiva survived bv har mother, Lydia Data, of Connecticut and 4 titters. Funeral services Sat, n AM, m tha Hory Spirit Lutheran Church, Frardrtm Ava, Sacam, Pa. Relatives and friandt may CM Frt ava. 7-0 PM at THE V1DEON-CIBSON FUNERAL HOME, Sprout and Lawrence Rdv Brao-mal. Pa. kit Arikigton Cam. JAECKS CLIFFORD K, Sept. IMS, of East Oak Lane, baiavad husband of Janette LocVard Jaackv father af Eileen, Michael and Joseph; grandfather af ii brother af Lorraine Kumm. Relativat, friends am members af St. Jude K. ef C Council No. 4273. Archbishop Ryan Attambv, Dutch Heiweg Detachment Marine Cera League and Tha 2nd Marine Division Attn, are mvitad ta the funeral Sat starting l-Jt AM from JOHN F. GIVNISH'S, Sth St at Chorion Ava. (4300 N. Slh SIX fotewed bv Mau of Christian Burial, St. Joseph's Church, CnelhMham, 10 AM kit Holy Sepulchre Cam. Friandt may cal Fit eve. alter 7 PM Mau Cards are preferred. JSXES Soot 2, IMS, LOR I, beloved daughter of Gloria and Joe, devoted sister af Jaav, Tommy am Larry; aha survived by her frandmronfs, LucMe and Foster Janet am Cecelia Fifton am har aunts and uncles. R eta rives and friends are invited ta her funeral servlca Sat 10 AM, MICHAEL F. GALLO FUNERAL HOME, 3S7 Emerald St (at Venango). Friends may cat Fit 7 ta t PM mt Rotedale Com. JOSEL YETTA (not WHnskv), Sopt. 3V ItlS. TWO BuslMon Avo wrHt of tho lata Harry, mofhor of Anna Kofsbv, Atda Mishhifw Esfhor Bortrs. Bottv Wttnstttn and Marv Zovln. granorothor of 9 grandchNdron, U groat yandcmWron and ono groat groat grandchBd. Rota-tfvos and frtonds aro knviiod to sorvtcos, Thurs. 1 2: JO PM, STILLMANS MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 4324 N. Brood St. kit Mt Jacob Com. KANEFSKY Sept. 3, 1915. MAX, beloved husband of Joan (nog Mtropoi). devoted (other of Dr. Terry Kanefsky, brother of Rubin Kanefsliv, Wal iam Kane and Darnel Kanefsky, beloved grandfather of Merci and Brian. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services, Thurs. 12 noon precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," MI0 N. Brood St kit. Mt. Lebanon Com. The family wa return to hH late residence. Contributions in his memory may be made to Beth Emefh Congregation or the Abrams Hebrew Academy YanSev, Pa. KLAPP Saot X IMS, NATALIE W. of Pern Veaev, Pa., srrter of Mrs. Albert H. Jacobt and Mrs. Henry L. Wvan. She it atsa survived bv 3 nephews and 2 nieces. Relatives, friendt invited to funeral services 11 AJM., Sat, Saot. 7, ins, from St Christopher's Church, Rueiters-mel Rd., (rladwvna. Pa. Int. Churchyard. There wo bo no irtawlna. Should friendt detira. Memorial cenonbu lions may ba made at har name ta the above named Church. (CHAOWKK'S OF AROMOREJl KOLGNSKY Sept. 3, lots, ALBERT, fwtband of SVMa (not Ra-tanbloamL father af Laa Ktfontky and Eeen Harmant brother of Sarah GarfteKL Hannah WMield, Nathan Colint, Ruth Rotenarantz, Samuel Levin and Modrod K artm; also survived by 4 orandchedren. Relatives, friends are inviled ta funeral services Thurs 1 1 JO AM. pradtelv, "GOLDSTEINS'," 4410 N. Broad St kit. Shalom Memorial Park. Shiva wal ba observed at hit lata residence . Contributions kt hit memory may be made to The American Cancer Society. KRETZINGER Sept. 2, Itis, JOHN P aoe St years, beloved htnbnd of Patricia A. (nee McKema), fathor of Marv, John, Michael and Ernest, son ef Ernest Kroliinger, brother of Ernest Kratimoar, Jr. and Maria Taylor; grandfather of John and Khsfert. Relatives and friends are Invited ta funeral Sat fc30 AM HOLLEN FUNERAL HOME, 3160 Grant Ava. (w. at Academy RdL Matt af Christian Burial, St Jereme't Church, X AM kit Our Lady af Grace Cam. Friends may cal Frt. eve. after 7, LIBERATORS On Seot 3, IttJ, ANGELA MARIA, formerly of Chestnut HeL mother ef Constance Wei el and Harry Liberatorai atsa survived bv 1 grandsons. Mast af Chritnan Burial Sat 10 AM at Our Mother of Consolation Church, f E. Chestnut Ha Ava. mt Hary Sepulchre Com. Friends may cat at JACOB F. RUTH'S, M13 Germenfown Ave Chestnut Hit, Frt. ova 7 ta 1 IParkaio an premises). LOMAISTRO Of Mayfair, on Sept X rMS, SHIRLEY A. (nao Aa-fust), beiovid who af Recco w mother af Barbara A. and Chariot ft- Lamatofra; sitter af Mrs. Katharine BaMeda, Jack, Rabart and Mary Lav August; m her 51st year. Relatives and friends art Irnritod fa attend tha funeral Sat 1:10 AM. farm JOHN F. FLUEHR AND SONS, 3301-15 Cotlmen Ava. Mast of Christian Burial St Bernerd-t Church. It AM mt Hotv Sepulchre Com. Friends mav cat Fri. eve. la t PM MAT On Aug. 30, rets, LORRAINE E. MAY, of Darby, after a tana amest, passed away at Fair Acres Geriatric Center; survived bv a causes. Marts D. Fax. with whom the kvedj 1 nieces and 2 sisiers-in-taw. Buna! Private. Donations would be appreciated ta American Cancor Society, Ml W. Chester Piko, Havortevm, won McCAFFRET On Sent 2, ltts PATRICK J husband of fho tot Marv v. O'Donriet. devoted fatkar af Thomas J. and Jaan M. Wagner; also survived bv 4 grandchtdron and 1 oroo granddouohter Ratattvet and friends in. vttod ta Mast af Christian Burial. Sat t30 AM. Chwrcfl af St Barnabas, 43rd St A Butst Ava. bit Hafy Crest Com. m kou ef towers, mass cards would ho preferred. Arr. By KING FUNERAL HOME. McCARRON Soot 2. ltts, JOHN W. SR of Overtjrook, Pa. beloved husband af Diana (nao Meziaraba) and father af John W. McCarron, jr. and Mfts Catlsertno M. McCarran. Relatives and friendt etvtted ta Rat funeral Fit I AM from D-ALLURA FUNERAL HOME, 4401 Naverfard Ave. Mau af Christian Burnt 30 AM St Donato's Church, tnt Hotv Crest Com. No viowing Thurs. eve McCLEUAXO ETHEL DOWNS MCCLELLAND, Sopt 4. ItlS, af fho N.A.B.H beloved wHe of the lata James, meter of Helen CD. Lock-wood, grandmothei af Jams, great orandrnether of Douglas and Ji rotter. Relatives, friendt are atvlted ta funeral services, Frt I PJM J.W. DEAN'S, Tttt Oilard Ave. (Fox Oosa) ktL Mirtbwttd Cam, Na lotaig hows prior ta servicos. KEI6XAR Soot 4, IttS. ANNA EMILY (not Dietrich I, botovod wife of Thomas F. Moighon, nsether at Jocostohno, Sr. Camerlne S S.J. Mlcheta and Mrs. Rochote SmHh,-orandmerher of Meoan Smntu atsa survived bv her paronls. John and Sara Ohrtricnj sistar af John X Oe- IsoMHVwa am. anwn mm oivimu m mm lane Frt ova. attar 4 PM at SI. Cabriefi Cnurcn, 2tth and Dickeitan sts anmedsaietv lotto it by a Mass of Christian Bursal pM Funeral procession to SS. Peter and Paul Com. wa leave THE SHEA FUNERAL HOME, INC 2tfh and Dickinson Sts Sat. meriting of tJO AM Donations as her memory ta American Cancor Society, Mit CirnieKown Ave Pkoa, Pa. mil KITZMAR Soot 3. tttS, ABRAHAM, kosband of the sste Marv, at Cukatoor, Va tormertv of Phoa fathor of Net Mrttmen, browier el Mee Mmman. Me served tho Marchanl Marines during W.W. U Graveside Services rrs. j r jvc precisely, at am. urnsst Com. (Sec. K), KOORE LILLIAN ROSE, Saot 4. tttS. at Iftttstitaad Norsino Home, Pin Grove, termerty af Wyncote House; turvtvod bv her douohtet, Lttian GassoL 01 Wyncote. Services, prtvata at Ret comereenca af the barney. (HELWEG FUNERAL SERVICE INCJ RATAUE On Soot 3, ttts, AMOS A. botovod husband of Mary White, devoted lother of Marv Kubusav, Ernest, Ja-sotov, Resemerte and Wrowna; staptathor at James and Thamat Fish; atsa survived bv II erendchedren, 3 orotherv Atwhenv, Frtti and Salvatare and a sistor, Anna Ptanomensa. Retenves, fneisds and tmplavnt af 6 E. aivned la funeral Sat MS AM KING FU-. NEPAL HOME, Ifrtt-tl S taw. St Mass Of Christsan anal Church af St Cionieia, w AM mt Hah Cross Com. Viewoit Frt ovo. 7 ta . ParSuna tar tvewwai School fat, tatk St to, of Beast Ava, Death Notices KENTWIG JOSEPH F. Sat I imhrshand at J.LZ Ada Nentwio, rather at Joseoh L. -j""2522' Rabart R. and Chariot Thomas; Ada '?.;' Amarta Theresa DatCialta and Laam Ct(aa survived bv J5 orandchildtm and 11 araat f drm. Ralallves and friends art i inviled to cal Ttwrv, AM, FELLOWS FUNERAL HOME, J70 W. Cypress St, MMngfon. Md. and ta Matt at Ctllm Burial, II AM, St. Dennis R.C Church, tMena, Ma. tat, St Dennis Cam, tialana, Md PETflT MILDRED HANN PETTTT, am 76 at The Masonic Homes, Ellibaiiitown, Pa on Seot. 1, 1005, at the Ma-tank Homes, termerty al Havertown, wrla af Waham T. Pttnt A rehree at Bet Taleohona Ca Grave ude Sarvicat wa be hatd M Arhnoten Cant, Drtial Ma, Pa, an FrL, Seot. m at II AM, with i tha Rav. Or. Frank Rlchardsm, aafkiatlna. Arr. bv THE FRANK 1 MILLER FUNERAL HOME, tliuoelhluwn. Pa. PKIUPPI On Saot J, tttS, MARY ACNES, ts, at Drairal MM, aunt of Caarot C Evantan. Relativat and frwndt a-vrted ta servKt, Frt. J PM at THE SPENCER T. VIDEON FUNERAL HOME, Garrett Rd. at Shade-land Ava, Drexel HU, where friends may caO Tliurt. ava. 7 ta PM Memorial writ la the Music Fund a the Drexel HM Baptist Church, State Rd. and Chads Ave, Draxal Hal, Pa. IW2a. mt al Minneapolis. Mam. PINSKY Saot 4, lIS, ROSE, wrle eftie trie tssle, mother at Ama Si. Relatives and friends are mvitad ta Orava-tlde Services, Thurs. 10:30 AM oreclsety al the Mm-tenore Cam. (Werkman't Circle Fl Church Rd. and Borback St (Arr. bv "GOLDSTEINS'.") PIOTROWSKI Seot J, ItlS, MARJAN, beloved husband Ama (not Uslewski), Relatives and friends owned to viewing and funeral Sat, 9 AM from PA E. OSIECKI FUNERAL HOME, 1624 E. Berks St Matt at Chrav-flanBurial.SI. UurerrliusChurch, 10 AMkitSt. -Dwninic't Cam. ROBERTSON Sept. 3. lots, JAMES C af Wvmewood, Pa, btfavod husband of Frances M (nee Farouhar) and talhar af WHam F. and Frances R. Graham. Ha it also turvived bv ( grandchildren. Relativat and friandt are Invited fa hit funeral services, 11 AM, Fri. Sept. 4, IviS from the Chapel at Watt Laurel Hal Cam, Belmont Rd, Bala Cynwyd where the famHv wal great after 10:30 AM mt. West Laurel Hal Cam. Tha family respecttuty requests that memorial contributions ba made m his name ta tha American Heart Association, 123 Btoamfngdale Ava, Wayne, Pa. 19007. (CHAD-WICK'S of AROMORE.) . R08INS0N-RARPER Sept. mi, suddenly, RICHARD C, aoe I, of 1W. PtHla, beloved ten of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and AM (nee RoMisen) Harper; aha survived by 7 brothers Michael and Nicky and one sister Joanna and hrs sister-in-law Mrs. Ama Maria Harper. Ratanvat and friends are invited ta tha funeral Fit 1:30 AM at tha JOSEPH V. FUSCO FUNERAL HOME, INC 4314-1 Elm wood Ava, S.W. PhU. Services 10 AM kit. Halv Crau Cam, Yeadon, Pa. Parking an premises. NO VIEWING THURS. EVE. ROSXER Sept. 3, IMS, MARY G. (not Green), of Roxborough, wHa of the lata William H. Sr.; survived bv a son, Wa-Ham H. Jr, of Warminster, Pa. and 2 orandctiadren. Reiattvet and friends are mvitad to cat at THE JAMES R TURNER FUNERAL HOME, INC ton Ridge Ava, Rax, Frt 10:30 AM, funeral tervica, II AM (Na viewing), kit Whitemarth Memorial Park, ROTH On Sept 1, IMS, FRANK JOHN, af Draxal HU, beloved husband of Miriam (nee Enged), father af Mrs. Roberta Grace Berquitt am Theodore Francis Roth; also survived bv 2 grandchildren and 2 brothers, Joseph j. and Nicholas p. Roth am 2 sisters, Mrs. Caroline Lavlor am Mrs Elizabeth EngeL Reiattvet and) friends invited ta service. Fit t AM at THE SPENCER T. VIDEON FUNERAL HOME, Garrett Rd, at Shadaland Ava, Draxal Hit, whore friandt may col Thurs ava. from 7 to t PM kit Mentmgside Cam, Dubois, Pa. RYAN Soot. 4, ivtS, LOWS R. RYAN, of OuarryvWo and tor-mortv of Modia, Pa., husband of tho lata Dorothy (no Baird) Ryan, bttoved fathor of Richard M. and Robort R. Ryan; also survived bv 7 grandchildren and his sister. Eileen KimbaR. Relatives and friends are invited to his funeral. Sat. AJA, O'LEARY FUNERAL HOME, 440 E. Sprifrtffietd Rd, Sorifttfftetd, Pa. and to his Mass of Christian Burial. Sat. II AiH. St Francis of Assist Church, Saxer Ave. and RoWng Rd, Spring-ffetd, Pa. Int. SS, Peter and Paul Cem. In his memory, conirtoutions to tho American Cancer Society, HH West Cheter Pike, Havertown, Pa. 19083, would fro appreciated (Parking on premises.) SADDER Soot. IvtS, MABEU sister of Sylvan Seeder; also survived bv nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Frt, I PM precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St mt Roosevelt Memorial Park. Contributions in her memory may be made to The American Cancer Society. SHAPLEY Seof. X ItlS, LILLIAN H. (nee KraW), beloved arlfe of Alfred A., devoted mother of Mrs. Lilian Kruoa, Ar. teen Shaptev, Alfred K. Shaptey; sadly missed bv Grandchildren, Edward, Arteen and Carol. Services and an. prraata af request of family. (CNIEvYEK FJL) SOWERS CLINTON II, Saot. 4, lfis, beloved husband af Marv (nee ZUonos), fathor of Clinton III and Donald J.V.I also turvived bv orandchiidren. Funeral Sat t JO AM., from THE STOLFO FUNERAL HOME, 2534-n S. Broad St. Services, t:30 AJVL, at Tha Trmltv Lutheran Church, ltth and Won sit. ku Cedar H Cam. Viewing Frt eve. 7 to PM. . STRAUS Sept. 3, INS, DR. JOSEPH FRITZ, af Faxcroft Square Aprs Jenkimown, Pa husband at Vera (nee Sleppacher), father ot Mrs. Ronald (Pat) Bennett and Frad Straus; atsa survived bv 3 orandchiidren. Rataflvat and friends are Invited ta services Thurs., 2 PM at BERSCHLER FUNERAL CHAPELS, 4300 N. Broad St (lust so. af -way). kit. Mt. SMai Com. The famtv wal return 10 405 N. Storting Rd E Hi Wis Park, Pa. Contributions in hit memory may ba made to a charity ot the donor's chotca. SZEWCZAK EDWARD H an Tuos Saot J, tots, beloved hut. band af Louisa L. Mappane Siewciak and father af Luam Thomson, Maria and Edward J. Siewciak! grandfather af Krtiten and son-in-law of Pasouakna Mappone, brother of Dorothy Cameron, Irene Mac-Court, Bernice Mahaffav, Chaster, Alfred, Joseph and Ronald Siewciak. Famtv and friends mav cal Sat morning after :30 AM GEITNER'S OF FOX CHASE, too Hoftnagte St (1300 N between Pine and Verrea Rds.) and invited ta participate kt a Mast af Christian Burial at II o'clock, Church of St. Cecilia, kit Our Ladv af Grace Com. M ta desired, a donation ki Ed's memory to Tha Sacred Heart Free Homo, 1315 w. Hunting Park Ava PhHa. Pa. 1140 wauld ba vary much appreciated by his famJv. TETI Sopt 3, ITJS ANNA MARIE (nee FraoaM), beloved wife of Anthony and mother af Pauline Neumersky and Aneai Teh; also survived bv 3 grandchildren. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Fri. f AM, from THE ACHILLE A. INGENITO FUNERAL HOME, 705-07 Christian St Mass af Christian Burial Frt. 10 AM St Marv Magdalen DePaiii ChurdvJnt Hafy Cross Cam. Viawina Thurs. ava. 7 ta 10. TRUSSELL Sept. I IttS, MARGARET F. (no McNamee), devoted wife ot tha lata John, beloved mofhor af John T russet, Jr. and Margaret Haoea, titter of Hugh, Walter, Harry and John McNamee; atsa survived by 3 orandchidren. Relatives and friends are invited ta funeral Fri t AM HOLLEN FUNERAL HOME, 724-21 E. Ategneny Ava. Mass af Christian Burial, St Hugh's Church, 10 AM mt. Our Ladv af Grace Cam. Friends may cal Thurs. ova. after 7, VEIT GEORGE J an Seot. 3, Ivt5, of Trevese, Pa son of the lata Sarah and G targe Vert; atsa turvived bv 3 sisters, Viola, Satv and Helen, and hit 4 nieces and 4 nephews. Relatives and friendt aro invited ta attend hit Mineral servlca. Sat 10 AM from THE JAME S J. McGHEE FUNERAL HOME, 2nd St. Pike and Belmont Ava Southampton, Pa. kn. Hit tide Cam. Viewing Fit eve. 7 to PM WALTERS (PAnON) Sept. 3, ltts, FLORENCE L (nee Wtfioms) formerly af West PtHla., beloved mother of Joyce Oumn, Canton Patten and Robert Goldstein; alsa survived bv her btlovtd sister, Doris Dean; 7 arandchtdren and ana treat grandchild. Relatives, friends, members of Welters and Waitresses Local 301 and former employee! of Linton Restaurant art invited ta her funeral Frt IOJ0 AM MARY M. GIVNISH FUNERAL HOME, Sth and Lmcaev Ava. Mass af Christian Burial, 17 Noon, Income hen ot Our Lord Church, kit Hotv Sopufchre Com, Donations In her memory to Tho American Cancor Society would be greaev appreciated. Viewing Thurs. eve. 7 to f. WARD Sept. 2, IttS HELEN F. wtfa af tha hjfo John X Ward mother of Edward J. McKjnskl Sr. atsa turvived by 3 grandsons Edward J. Jr Jamas F Glenn E. and 3 greet ponthJiodi en. Relatives and friends are invited toner funeral service Fri. 10 AM BURNS FUNERAL HOME 4701 Franklord Ava (at Filler St.) kit. St. Pa-trick't Cam. Norritiown Pa. Viawlmj Thurs. eve; let. WEST MAR V A. (nee Gardner), en Sopt. 4. ttts, tormertv ef Reslvn, Pa. wife af the late Paul J. Watt, beloved mother of Mrs. EHzabeth H. Smith. Paul X West and Mary A. stone, sister of EHubeth Kreut; atsa sar-vhred bv 7 grandchildren and 3 great oraMchMron. . Relativat and friends aro owned ta a Mau af Chits. Ran Burial. Frt 12 noon, church af Our Mooter ef vnea rievnMnut, Mo in riusaM, wneie OMaeaa may cat after 1 1 AM fnt Ovary Com. ( Arr. bv TH E DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, Newtown SwaTe. Pa.) WHITNEY ! rSuTiiil'w5' fE AUIvVONT 1-Louisa Verolank Newkn Whrtnev. Momonal Service Ttatrs. II AM. Christ Church, 2nd St. above Market m heu of oewers, memoruv grfts may be tent ta Kent SAIumaJ Fund. Kent, Can 047S7. (KkXK AND WILSON Sect. Jtts WILLIAM J beloved husoend el Emma (nee Deorvl, fattier at Mrs. Patricia Shnsman, Mrs. aAary Shnsman and Mrs. Ehiaoeoi McCarai; alsa survived bv I grenacMaon and one great eraratchad. 3 S?3 152 arollsers. R eutives and friends wvitid it attend ms funeral. Sat. AM tram THE ROGERS FUNERAL HOME, 1471-30 S. 3rd St. Mast efClwIs. Im. Reswrrecrron Cem. ( Contfibutiens to Sared heart!"' F" - MO VMWOig Mi ovo. WISNIEWSKI Sept 3, ItlS, EDWARO X, door brother of MarSM Wisniewski, Jenrao Bisceghe, Irene Betardew, and Rita Birrae, kvother-m-lew ot John Bisceke and Ger- nmcos. Retatfvet and friends are wivlteu ta tuner Sotl AM. at CASSIZZI FUNERAL HOVlE, 2tljT7 E. Thompson St Mass af Christian fJunat, tt AM Mother of Dunne Grace Church, mt Hotv nmtHiL.7 Com. Friends may col Frt eve after 7 PM m ban af wi mill rtrni otwinht baiaaiitmd

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