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Obituaries John M. Schubert, a mortgage banker John M. Schubert, 49, executive vice president of Title Insurance Co. of Pennsylvania, died Monday at Lankenau Hospital. He lived in Wynnewood. Mr. Schubert had just completed a term as president of the Philadelphia Mortgage Bankers Association and remained a member of its board of governors. He was also a member of the board of directors of the Philadelphia Board of Realtors and had been its treasurer for 13 years. He was a previous member of the board of the Home Builders Association of Philadelphia and Suburban Counties. He served as chairman of its executive council in 1968. From 1967 to 1970, he served on the boards of the Home Builders, the Philadelphia Realtors and the Philadelphia Mortgage Bankers simultaneously, the only man in the history of the organizations to do so. Frequently honored for his work, Mr. Schubert held citations from the American Jewish Committee, the Philadelphia Fellowship Commission and the Philadelphia Mortgage Bankers Association. He was a member of the Union League and the Real Estate Luncheon Club. A graduate of Villanova University and St. Joseph's Preparatory School, he did post-graduate work at Temple University. He was a Navy veteran. Before joining the Title Insurance Co., he was senior vice president of Thomas M. Dell Jr., 81, a retired Navy captain Thomas M. Dell Jr., 81, a retired Navy captain who served in the Far East and the Near East, died Monday in his sleep. He lived in Wynnewood. Captain of the track team at the Naval Academy, he graduated in 1921 and promptly found himself assigned to a gunboat, sailing in the rivers and coastal waterways with the China Fleet. ; Rising through the ranks, he became port director of Pearl Harbor, long before the Japanese made it a target; was fire control officer aboard the battleship Washington during World War II and, later, directed a mine sweeping squadron operating out of Pearl Harbor. He commanded the Sea Transport Service during the Korean War. He was military aide to Count Ber-nadotte, when the United Nations' mediator went to Jerusalem in an effort to end the Arab-Israeli conflict. The Swedish peacemaker was assassinated a few days later on Sept. 17, 1948. Mickey Bennett, booster of Wissahickon park Mickey Bennett, 76, a. retired clothing manufacturer, was killed in an accident on Forbidden Drive in Wissahickon Creek Park on Monday, when he was hit by a city truck. He lived in the Mount Airy section of the city. Mr. Bennett, who regularly hiked the trails in the park, was one of the Wissahickon's leading boosters. He worked with civic and community groups involved in efforts to clean up and improve the area along the creek. He was widely known among those who use the park He spent three or four days a week walking its paths, chatting with those he saw on the way. It was at the start of one of those walks that he was killed. Mr. Bennett told those whom he saw on his rounds that when he was not walking along the Wissahickon, he was hiking on , boardwalks at shore resorts. He visited the casinos, he said, but not to lose money. He gave his time and money to humanitarian causes. They included the Institute for Howard Nice, 91, official in Montco and marksman Howard Nice, 91, a veteran fireman and Montgomery County justice of the peace, died Sunday at a nursing home in Roslyn. He lived in Abington Township. A justice of the peace in Abington for 30 years, he retired from the bench in 1967. He spent more than 50 years as a volunteer with the Abington Fire Services scheduled for Robert Stecker Services will be held Thursday for Robert J. Stecker, 34, a Philadelphia schools administrator who was killed early Sunday in a head-on crash near his home in Gladwyne. Mr. Stecker, a graduate of St. Joseph's College and Villanova University, was employment certification officer for the Board of Education's division of pupil personnel and counseling. He had been with the board for 11 years. He was active in the Emerald Society Pipe Band. Surviving are his parents, Edward J. and Mary M. O'Toole, and a sister. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Dorothy's Church, Drexel Hill. Burial will be in SS. Peter & Paul Cemetery, Broomall. t i 1 J 3 John M. Schubert the Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Co. Surviving are his wife, Maura Woulfe; two brothers, and three sis-, ters. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 a.m. Thursday at Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, Haverford Avenue, Penn Wynne. Friends may call at Donohue Funeral Home, West Chester Pike and Lynn Boulevard, Upper Darby, from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. Capt. Dell, when he retired, was intelligence officer for the Fourth Naval District, headquartered in Philadelphia. A member of the board of the Naval Academy Alumni Association, Capt. Dell was active in the Navy Relief Society, the Franklin Institute and the Church of the Redeemer in Bryn Mawr. He was also active in development of a corporate placement program at Drexel University. An Eagle Scout in his youth, he returned to scouting after he retired from duty with the Navy. His memberships included the Merion Cricket Club, the' Union League Peale Club, Society of the War of 1812, and the Maryland Society. ' Surviving are his wife, Bertie; son, Thomas 3d; daughter, Jean Lee Taylor, and three grandsons. He will be buried with full miliary honors in Arlington National Cemetery after services in the chapel there at 3 p.m. Thursday. Human Potential, St. Joseph's Home for Boys and the Wissahickon Rebuilding Project. A tailor in his youth, he became active in the Amalgamated Clothing and Textile. Workers Union. He served as a business agent for the: union and, eventually, tried the other side of the business, becoming owner and president of Bennercraft Co. He retired in the late '60s, after 30 years of operating the company. He opened his home to area children for annual Christmas celebrations. His home and yard were festooned with decorations, and candy and presents were ready for young visitors. Surviving are his wife, Catherine DeNofa; two daughters, Carol and Karen; a grandson, two brothers, and six sisters. A viewing will be from 7 to 10 p.m. Thursday at Pennsylvania Burial Co., 1327 S. Broad St. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 11 a.m. Friday at St. Rita's Church. Burial will be in SS. Peter & Paul Cemetery, Broomall. . . Company, 16 of them as chief. He was best known as a marksman. Sent to France with the First Artillery in World War I, he won a Purple Heart and a Silver Star in the fighting. And he caught the eye of Gen. John "Blackjack" Pershing. After the war, Pershing invited Mr. Nice to join him on a "goodwill" tour of Europe, and Mr. Nice earned his keap as a sharpshooter in international competition. He remained a devoted shooter when he returned to the United States. In 1949 he became state champion in the American Trap Shooting Association. He was a life member Of the Atlantic Indians Shawnee-on-the-Delaware Shoot for Peace Club, the Roxborough Gun Club, the Quaker City Gun Club and the Pine Valley Gun Club of, Burlington, N.J. Mr. Nice was past commander of the North Penn Veterans of Foreign Wars and a member of the Glenside Kiwanis Club with a perfect, 50-year record of attendance. Surviving are a daughter, Margaret N. Helms; a son, William J.; eight grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and a sister. . Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in Hillside Cemetery. Deaths here D. Alexander Wieland, 77, a Philadelphia lawyer for more than 50 years, died Monday at Chestnut Hill Hospital. He lived in the Roxborough section of the city. A graduate of Penn State University and Harvard Law School, he was a partner in Brown, Brown and Wei-land and was counsel for the firm of Ballard, Spahr, Andrews & Ingersoll at the time of his death; He was president of the board of the Chestnut Hill Academy, trustee of the Springside School, chairman of the board of the Central YMCA, director of Sheltered Employment Services Inc., and was on the vestry and rectory wardens of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Chestnut Hill. He played lacrosse at Penn State and, while at Harvard, coached lacrosse at Brown University. He coached the State College High School basketball team to state championship. He was an avid skier, skater, hiker and mountain climber. He was a member of the Philadelphia Club, the Harvard Club and the Philadelphia Country Club. Survivors: wife, Virginia D.; son, D. Alexander Jr.; daughters, Ann W. Speath; Alice W. Harrison and Barbara W. Lehman; 11 grandchildren, and a brother. Services: memorial, 4 p.m. Friday, St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Elizabeth Mathieu Whiteman, 82, former chairwoman of Abington Memorial Hospital's June Fete, died Tuesday at Rydal Park Medical Center She lived in Wyncote. The widow of Daniel H. Whiteman, Survivors: daughters, Carol Selton and Louise Sagendorph; son, Daniel S. Jr., 14 grandchildren, and 12 greatgrandchildren. Services: 4:30 p.m. Thursday, St. John's Episcopal Church, Huntingdon Valley. Dr. Joseph A. Helfrich Sr., 85, a physician for 50 years, died Sunday at a nursing -home in Plymouth Meeting. He lived in the Chestnut Hill section of the city. . A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, he practiced in Midland, Pa., until he moved to Chestnut Hill 10 years ago. In .1968, he was named physician of the year by the Beaver County Medical Society, and in 1972 he was cited for his length of service. He was surgeon for the Crucible Steel Co. and vice president of the First National Bank of Midland. In addition to professional memberships, he was active in Rotary International and the Knights of Columbus. Survivors: son, Dr. Joseph A. Jr.; daughters, Regina Salinger and Eleanor Kane, and seven grandchildren. Services: memorial Mass, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Our Mother of Consolation Church, Chestnut Hill. Anna Marie Eagan McElfresh, 79, former librarian at the Bulletin, died Saturday. She lived in Drexel Hill. While working at the newspaper, she met her husband, Charles W. McElfresh, its news art director. Survivors: husband; son, Charles; two daughters, Ann McElfresh and Joan M. Greisiger; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; a brother, and two sisters. Services: Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Wednesday, St. Dorothy's Church, Drexel Hill. In Memoriams BLATZ, JOEY In everlasting fond memories of our Moved ton who would have been 31 veers of age today. Grievlouslv missed by Mom t Dad. ELWELL, BOB In loving memory my brother, Bob. Happy Birthday Dear I Miss You So. When vou left mv life, all the kindness, gentleness and love, that a brother could bestow went with vou and the likes of it wiN never pass my way again. Lovingly, Your Sis Death Notices ALTOMARE Suddenly, Sept. 29, 1911, MARY R of Manavunk, wife of Adolph V., mother of Marie Lewoci, Patricia Wynne, Theresa McMullen, Joanne McGinnis, John, Anthony and Michael Altomare; also survived bv 17 grandchildren and one great grandchild, sister of Joseph and James Marino, Louise Kay, Anna Dickson, Caroline OeAngelo, Rose Sheppard. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Frf., 1:30 AM, at THE ROLLER FUNERAL HOME, 6135 Ridw Ave. (Cor. of Li-vezev). Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM, St. John the Baptist Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may cad Thurv eve. Mass Cards preferred. ASHTON Sept. 17, mi, SANDRA (nee Parry), beloved wife of James H. Jr., devoted mother of Kelly, Kacv and Kirbv, daughter of Thelma (nee Fischer), and the late Edward Parry. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her service Thurs. at II AM from THE PET-NER FUNERAL HOME, 4421 Frank ford Ave. (at Levlck St,). Int. Magnolia Com. Friends may call Wed. eve. Mass Cards of donations to The American Heart Assoc. In her memory would be preferred by the members of family. ATMORE ; LILLIAN GRACE, writ of the late John William, lolned her Lord and loved ones on Sept. 29, 1911. Relatives and friends invited to Graveside Services Fri 11 AM, at Northwood Com., Phila. BARROW Sept. 29, 1981, WILLIAM, of 1621 Strahlt St., husband of Eva (nee Medoff ), father of Mrs. Reba Cooper and Mrs. Bella Setiman; also survived by 9 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to services Thurs., I PM, at THE BERSCHLER CHAPEL, 4300 N. Broad St. (Just So. of X-wav). Int. Monteflore Cem. Family wW return to 115 Gregg St. BELL Sept. a, I'll, VICTOR M. BELL, of Havertown, husband of Mardie Bel. Services for relatives and friends Wed. it II AM, at the Presbyterian Church of tlan-erch, Lansdowne Ave. and Park Rd, Havertown. hit. Edge wood Memorial Park. Memorial contributions may be made to the Memorial Fund of the Presbyterian Church of Uanerch. (Arrangements by OLIVER H. BAIR COS. SUBURBAN WEST) BENNETT Sept. 21, I'll, MICKEY, beloved husband of Catherine father of Carol CornMdt and Karen Bennett; grandfather of Jeremy, brother of Frank and Rocky, also survived bv a sisters. Relatives and friends Invited to funeral Fri., 10 AM, PENNA. BURIAL CO., INC., 1327-29 S. Broad St. Mass of Christian Burial, St. Rita's Church, 11 AM Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Viewing Thurs. tvt. 7 to 10. Ample parking on premises. BOORAS Sept. 26, 1911, NADIA ANN (nee Syvock), dear wife of Harrv and devoted mother of Alexis. Services were held Tuev, from NASEVICH FUNERAL HOME, Franklin and Brown Sts., with Requiem Liturgy at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Int. St. Mary's Cam., Fox Case. BOYLE Sept. 27. 1911, ANNE E. (nee Pollard), wife of John E. Bovte. Sr., of Conshohocken, Pa., mother of John E. Jr., Janet and Joanne, sister ot Harrv A. Pollard and Claire (John) LaPenta. Relatives and friends are invited to the DONALD E. MOORE FUNERAL HOME, 16 E. First Ave., Conshohocken, Wed., 7 to 9 PM and to her Mass of Christian Burial, in St. Matthew's Church, Conshohocken, Thurs., 11 AM Entombment St. Matthew's Mausoleum. Mass Cards or Memorials in her memory to St. Matthew's Stained Glass Window Fund preferred. BRESLIN MARK A. JR., suddenly, on Sept. 29, 1941, of Sorrier-dale, N.J., age 56 years,- survived bv Mildred, daughters, Marsha Kermie, and Sharon Walsh, a grandchildren adn 2 brothers, Frank and Robert, and his sister-in-law Anna Mae. Funeral Fri. Oct. 2, at 9 AM, from the MAHAFFEY FUNERAL HOME, 11 E. Kings Hwv, Mt. Ephralm, N.J. Mass of Christian Burial, 9:45 AM, from Sacred Heart Church, Mt. Eohraim, N.J. Int. Beverly National Cem. Friends may caH Thyrs. eve. from 7 to 9 PM Death Notices BRESSLER Sept. 21, 1911, WILLIAM S., of Chestnut HW, husband of Florence Walter Bressler, father of Barbara T. -Keen. Relatives and friends may call at JACOB F. RUTH'S, 1413 Germantown Ave., Thurs., 9 AM Services 10 AM Int. Ivy HW Cem. In lieu of flowers. Memorial contributions may be made to The American Cancer Society. (Parking on premises). BUTKOVIC of N. Hancock St on Sept. 2J, 198) ANDREW 1, age 66 years, beloved husband of Theresa A. (nee Kurt), devoted father of Joseph, Michael and Joann. Relatives, friends, employees of Schmidt's Brewery and memo .-t of Teamsters Union Local 130 are invited to the funeral Fri. IJ0 AM from THE FLUEHR FUNERAL HOME, 149 W. Susquehanna Ave. Mass of Christian Burial St. Boniface Church 10 AM bit. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may cal Thurs. after 7 PM CANCILA Sept. 27, 1911, JOSEPH, In his 10th year, beloved brother of Mrs. Vlncenia Cerami, brother-in-law of Mary A. and Mary CancUa; survived by 13 nieces and nephews, 21 great nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends Invited to funeral Thurs., 1:45 AM, from THE MONTI FUNERAL HOME, 2533-35 S. Broad St. Mass of Christian Burial, Stella Maris Church, 10 AM Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends may call Wed. eve. 7-10. CELLUCCI Sept. 28, 1911, CORNELIA F. (NELLIE) (nee Orsat-ti), of Roxborough, wife of Luciano, mother of William and Loretta; grandmother of Richard and Stephen, sister of Mary Jankowski, LUlie Cartjone, Rose, Louis, Dewey and Victor OrsattL Relatives and friends invited to funeral Sat., I AM, at the KOLLER FUNERAL HOME, M3S Ridge Ave. (Cor. of Ltvez-ev. Mass of Christian Burial, 9:30 AM, Holy Family Church. Int. Montrose Com. Friends may cat Fri. eve. CHAMBERLIN JOHN R age 86, on Sept. 13, 1981, formerly of 1241 Green HW Ave., West Chester, husband of the late Blanche Patterson Chamberfin and son of the late William B. and Alice Rea Chamberlin, bom in Phila., Pa.; survived by John R. Chamberlin Jr., of Louisville, Ky., Alexander R. Chamberlin, of Bfoomsburg, Pa., Leiper P. Chamberlin, of West Chester and J. Lockwood Chamberlin, of N. Kingston, R.I.; also 13 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Services are private. (FOUNDS FUNERAL HOME, West Chester, Pa.). CLARK Of Oreland, Sept. la, 1911, ELEANOR M. (nee Matt-sen), wife f the late Ellis S. and mother of EHis Jr. and Eleanor Hagopian; also survived by 5 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to services Fri., 1 PM, at CRAFT OF ERDENHEIM, 814 Bethlehem Pike. Int. George Washington Memorial Park. Parking on premises. Memorials in her name may be sent to Christ Reformed Presbyterian Church, 210 Plymouth Ave., Oreland, Pa. 19075 or the charity of your choice. COCHRAN Sept. 29, 1911, ANNA T. (nee Flynn), wife of Lawrence J. Cochran, mother of Ann T. Abadie, of Col-ingdale; also survived bv her grandson, Lawrence and her sisters, Catherine BeH and Jane Stanton. Relatives and friends are invited 'o attend the funeral Fri., 1:30 AM, WM H. LOGAN'S, 2410 Lombard St. and to the Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM, St. Patrick's Church. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Friends may call Thurs. eve. 7 to 9 PM COLLINS Sept. 21, 1911, TILLIE (nee Chandler), wife of the late Wliam and sister ot David, aunt of Howard, David M., John Chandler arid Joan McMordie. Member of Deborah N.E. Ctwter and Senior Citizens Our Lady of Ransom Church. Viewing Thurv, after 7 PM, (Parastas 1:30 PM), NASEVICH FUNERAL HOME, 109 E. Tabor Rd. Funeral Fri., 1:30 AM, at the Funeral Home. Requiem Liturgy, 10 AM, Maternity B.VM Church. Int. Oakland Cem. In lieu of flowers. Memorials to Sacred Heart Church Bldg. Fund, wW be appreciated. COMER EARLE R., on Sept. 21, 1981, of Heritage VMage No. 153-A, Southbury, Ct. Funeral Services Thurs. 10 AM, SOUTHBURY FUNERAL HOME, Main St., Southbury, Ct. Burial 2 PM, George Washington Memorial Park, Paramus, N.J, Visitation Wed. eve. 7-9. CONLIN JOHN 1 SR., on Sept. 27, 1981, of Clifton Heights, Pa., husband of the late Margaret M. (nee Lavden), beloved father of Mary M. Gamble and John S. Confin Jr.; also survived bv 2 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to his funeral Thurs. 9 AM, O'L-EARY FUNERAL HOME, 440 E. Springfield Road, Springfield, Pa. and to his viewing Wednesday evening. Mass of Christian Burial, Thurs. 10 AM, Holy Cross Church, Springfield, Pa. kit. Holy Cross Cem. (Parking on premises). D'AGUSTO Sept. 2a, 1981, NICHOLAS. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral 8:30 AM, Fri., A.P. DONATO FUNERAL HOME, 1522 S. Broad St. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM, St. Thomas Aquinas Church. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Thurs. 7 to 10 PM DASHEVSKY Sept. 28, 1981, SARAH (nee Winesberger), wife of the late Ellis Dashevsky, of 5334 Howland St., mother of Elaine Tusman and Florence Grossman, sister of Harry Winesberger, Helen Solomon, Alice Penman and Martha Rosenblatt,' also survived bv 6 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are Invited to Graveside Services Thurs., 1:30 PM, Mt. Sharon Cem. (Section "W"), Springfield, Del. Co., Pa. Family will be at 5334 Howland St. Thurs. only. Contributions in her memory may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON. DeLUCA On Sept. 27, 1981, FRED, of Frankford, husband of Elvezia and father of Fred and Arthur DeLuca and brother of Aurelia Ranali; also survived bv 6 grandchildren and t great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Thurs., 8:30 AM, NULTY FUNERAL HOME, Fkd. Ave. and Church St. Mass of Christian Burial, Mater Dolorosa Church, 9:30 AM Int. St. Dominic's Cem. Friends may call Wed. after 7 PM Parking an premises. DERR Of Springfield, Pa., on Sept. 27, 1981, BLANCHE A. (nee AvI), wife of the late F. Gordon Derr. Memorial Services on Fri., 10 AM, in the Chapel ot the Church of the Saviour 323 Chestnut St., Phila., Pa. Memorial contributions to the charity of the donor's choice would be appreciated. (M.P. WILLIAMS, Clifton Heights). DILISI Sept. 28, 1981, PHILLIP, formerly of Glenmore Aye.. S.W. Pnita., nusoana oi me iare josepnine i nee rawa i Dlisi. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Fri., 9 AM, at THE JOSEPH V. FUSCO FUNERAL HOME, 6316-18 Elmwooo Ave., s.w. mm. jenovans Witness Services 10:30 AM Int. Mt. Moriah Cem. No viewing Thurs. eve. DILLON Sept. 29, 1981, of Tioga, GERALD P., beloved husband of Ruth (nee Lister). Relatives, friends and employees of 30th St. Post Office, Phila., invited to funeral Fri. 10 AM, JOS. J. McGOLDRICK FUNERAL HOME, West Ave. and Cedar St., Jenkintown. Mass of Christian Burial, St. James Church, Elkins Park, 1 1 AM Int. West Laurel HW Cem. Friends may cal Thurs. after 7 PM at the Funeral Home. DOE LESTER ADRIAN, on Sept. 27, 1911, of Narberth, Pa., husband of Dorothy Albee Doe, father of L. Adrian Doe Jr., Dorothy Joline and Allen E. Doe, 3 grandchildren, one great grandchild. Funeral services wil be held at the STUARD FUNERAL HOME, 104 Cricket Ave., Ardmore, Thurs. Oct. 1, at 2 PM Int. Valley Forge Gardens. Friends may cal after 1 PM Thurs. Memorial contributions may be made to the G. Duncan Garmtd Research Foundation, (29 Spruce St., Phla. 19147. DONSKY Sept. 27, 1981, SAMUEL, husband of the late Bertha Donsky, of 4001 Ford Rd., father of Joseph Donsky, Miriam Meyers, brother ot Isadora Oonsky; also survived by 6 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends invited to services Thurs., 12 Noon, JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON, N. Broad St. above 7lst Ave. Int. King David Memorial Park. Family wW return to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Donsky, 1209 Stirling St. In lieu of remembrances, contributions may be made to the Heart Fund or to a charity of the donor's choice. ERMEL ANNA M., formerly of 554 E. Van Kirk St., on Sept. (, 1911, in Palm Harbor, Fla., beloved wife of the late Gilbert and sitter el Charles Ruotf. Relatives, friends and employees of the Frankford Arsenal are invited to the funeral service Fri. 10 AM, from the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Colgate and Comiy Sts. Int. Sunset Memorial Park. Friends may cal Thurs. eve. alter 7 PM at THE WETZEL ANO SON FUNERAL HOME, 6902 Rising Sun Ave. (Parking in rear), m lieu ot lowers donations may be made to the Church Memorial Fund. FERKLER Sept. 27, 1911, JOSEPH GILBERT, husband of the late Margaret (nee ReWv), formerly ot West Phla., father of Joseph P., Thomas G., Catherine A. Healy and Agnes G. Reeder; also survived bv 4 sisters, one brother, 19 grand and one great grandchild. Relatives, friends, members, Lennox Park Racing Pigeon Assoc. and West Side Racing Pigeon Club are invited to cal Wed. eve., KISH FUNERAL HOME, Sproul at Lawrence Road, Broomal. Mass of Christian Burial, Sacred Heart Church, Manoa, Thurs. 10 AM Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. FLATLEY On Sept. 21, 1981, KATHRYN M., of Yeadon, Pa., sister of Helen R. Flattev and the late Sara and Thomas E. Flatley, aunt of Rev. George G. Hagenjach, Sr. Nancy Hagenbach, S.H.C.J., Thomas E. Hagenbach, Thomas E. Flatley, Jr. and sister In law of Mrs. Helen A. Flatley. Relatives and friends, also Pioneers of Bel Tel. Co., are Invited to attend a Concetebrated Mass of Christian Burial, St. Louis Church, Fri., 10 AM Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends may cal Fri. morning from 9 AM at THE LOGAN FUNERAL HOME, 805 Longacre Blvd., Yeadon, Pa. Famlv prefers Mass Cards. FLINT RALPH E., Of Fox Chase, suddenly, Sept. 26, 1981, beloved husband of Vera (nee Hal) and father of Richard R. and Robert C. Flint and Diana Munscher; also survived bv 7 grandchildren, 3 brothers and one sister. Relatives, friends and members of Al Saints Parish RhawnhtHtt Eolsrooal Church, are invited to his Memorial Service Thurv, 7:30 PM, at Al Saints Parish Rhawnhurst Episcopal Church, Frontenac and Lenev Sts., Phla. The famlv requests that contributions be sent to The Ralph E. Flint Memorial Fund or the above named Church (DEETER FUNERAL HOME). FORTE On Sept. 27, 1981. of Audubon, NJ., PIETRO (PETER) A. FORTE SR., age 47 vrv, husband of Lorraine E. Forte (nee Martiganl), survived by 3 sons, Peter, Brian, Paul, also 2 daughters, Sharon Kay and Cynthia Ann, 2 grandsons, also 2 brothers and 5 sisters. Relatives and friends, employees of Koopermans Industries, Norristown Pa. are invited to funeral on Thurs. 9 AM, FUNERAL HOME OF JOHN A. HEALEY, 9 White Horse Pike, Madrton Heights, NJ. (al Kings Highway) Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM Church of St. Vincent Pallotti, Haddon Township, N J. Int. Harleigh Cem. Friends may cal Wed. eve. at the Funeral Home, after 7 PM Wednesday. Sopt. 30. 1981 Death Notices FOSSETT Sept. 26, 1981, JANE (JENNIE), of Pennsauken, N.J., formerly of St. Gregory's Parish, Phila., wife of Frank (Midge), mother of Anna T., Jane Cann and Frank Jr. and 7 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. Funeral will be Thurs., 11 AM, at MYRTETUS FUNERAL HOME, 1530 Coalings Rd., Fairvlew, Camden. Mass of the Resurrection, 12 Noon, St. Joan of Arc Church, kit. St. Denis Cera, Havertown, Pa. Viewing Wed. eve. GRACE Soot. 29, 1911, JOHN L, of Phila., beloved husband of the late Claire, father of Jacqueline Areiav Relatives and friends are invited to his funeral Thurs., 11 AM, at THE RICHARDSON FUNERAL HOME, 7450 Oxford Ave. (Parking in rear). Calling hours from 10 AM until time of service. Int. Hillside Cem. Memorials in his name to the Shriners Hospital of Phila. would be appreciated. HIRSCHLE Sept. 28, 1981, ALFRED, husband of the late Gunda and father of Alfred Jr. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Thurs., 10 AM, MONTANYE FUNERAL HOME, Huntingdon Pike and Park Ave., Rockledge. Funeral Mass, 11 AM, St. Cecilia's Church. No viewing Wed. we. HURST Suddenly, Sept. , 1911, TACY F., of 131 Summit Grove Ave., Bryn Mawr, daughter of the late Jeanne and Sandy Hurst. Relatives and friends are invited to attend Vespers of the Dead and Rosary, 7:30 Fri. eve. and Requiem Mass and Absolution of the Dead, 10 AM, Sat., from St. Clement's Episcopal Church, 2000 Cherry St., Phila., Pa. Int. Old St. Davids Church Yard, Wayne, Pa. There wi be no viewing. Memorial contributions may be made to the Memorial Fund of the above named church. (CHAOWICK'S OF ARD-MORE) JAJKO , JOSEPH, on Sept. 28, 1911, of Nicetown, beloved husband of Mary (nee Brodzik) and devoted father of Mrs. Josephine CipoXa, William, Mrs. Cecelia HeH and Mri Jean Hvnes; also survived bv IS grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends and all organizations of which he was a member are invited to funeral Thurs. I AM, from THE HASYN FUNERAL HOME, 4244-40 Old York Rd Mass of Christian Burial, St. Ladislaus Church 9 AM Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. View Wed. eve. KESSLER On Sept. 28, 1981, MADELINE A., wife of the late Max, of 3025 West Chapel Ave., Cherry HW, NJ., mother of Alan and Harris Kessfer; also survived bv 4 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services Thurs., 12 Noon, at THE DAVID B. BERSCHLER FUNERAL CHAPELS, 5341 State Highway No. 38, Pennsauken, N.J. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family win return to a Lambeth House, Moorestown Woods, Moorestown, N.J. Contributions in her memory may be made to a charity of the donor's choice or the Jewish Geriatric Home, Cherry Hill, N.J. KOLODKIN Sept. 29, 1911, FREDA (nee Neidish), wife of the late Charles Gerson, of The Tower of Windsor, Cherry HHI, N.J., mother of Barbara Some, sister of Henry Neidish; also survived by 2 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are Invited to Graveside Services Thurs., 1 PM, Beth Moses Cem., Farmingdale, Long Island, N.Y. Family will return to the Some residence, 14 Lamp Post Lane, Cherry HW, N.J. The family respectfully requests contributions in her memory be made to a charity of the donor's choice. (Arrangements by PLATT MEMORIAL CHAPELS, Cherry HW, N.J.). . LATOUR JE ANNETTE A., Sept. 27, 1981, of Otnev, beloved daughter of the late Pierre and Jeanne Correge Lat-our. Relatives, friends and BeH Telephone Co. employees are invited to funeral Thurs., starting 8:30 AM from JOHN F. GIVNISH'S, 5th St. at Chetten Ave. (6300 N. 5th St.), followed bv Mass of Christian Burial St. Helena's Church, 10 AM Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may caH Wed. evening from 7 to 9 PM LATSHAW CLAIRE N Sept. 27, 1981, of Simpson House, Phila., Pa., husband of the late Ethel Anderson Latshaw and father of Mrs. Dorothy L. M. Truitt; also survived by a granddaughter, Mrs. Barbara M. Karr, 4 great grandchildren and a brother. Funeral service 2 PM, Wed., at Roversford United Methodist Church, Fourth Ave. and Church St., Roversford, Pa. kit. Femwood Cem. Contributions in his memory may be sent to the above named church. (HELWEG FUNERAL SERVICE.). LAUBACH EDWARD C, of 1820 Walden Lane, S.W., Rochester, Minnesota and formerly of Wynnewood, on Sept. 28, 1981, age 76, survived by wife, Esther G and daughter Mrs. Joyce Veneziale, of Rochester, 2 granddaughters and a brother, Emerson, of North Wales. Funeral Thurs. at 2 PM at DEAN W. KRINER.INC. FUNERAL HOME, Benton, Pa. Burial New Columbus Cem. Friends may call Thurs. 1-2 PM Memori-als to American Cancer Society, 260 W. Main St., Bloomsburg, Pa. 17815 LEVIN Sept. 29, 1981 MORRIS, husband of Ethel (nee Ger-shenson), of 1939 Princeton Ave., father of Mrs. Roberta Chesin, Mr. Murray A. Levin, Mr. Martin Levin and Mrs. Nita Brookstein; also survived bv 6 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Thurs., 11 AM precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Shalom Memorial Park. Shiva will be observed at 1939 Princeton Ave. Contributions in his memory may be made to the Heart Fund. LOUDERBACK Sept. 28, 1911, KATHRYN E. (nee Wiliams), of Rvdal Park, wife of the late Abraham and loving mother of Mrs. Bettv Greeb, dear grandmother of Cathe and sister of Mrs. Florence Zimmer and the late Rebecca McCullough. Relatives, friends and members of St. James and Jenkintown United Methodist Churches, invited to services Fri., 11 AM, at St. James Church, . Tabor Rd. and Water St. and viewing Thurs. eve. after 7, at MANN FUNERAL HOME, 219 W. Tabor Rd. (at American). Int. Fernwood Cem. MAGNOTTA Sept. 28, 1911, MILDRED R. (nee Madoma), wife of Ernest P. Magnotta; also survived bv 3 brothers and a sister. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Thurs., 9 AM, RUFFENACH FUNERAL HOME, 21st St. and Snyder Ave. Mass of Christian Burial, St. Ed-mond's Church, 10 AM Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Friends may cal Wed eve. McCALLION Sept. 26, 1981, HELEN EWALD, of Chestnut HW, wife of Dr. Luther L. McCalion, mother of Sharon Mc-Faulds, John Luther McCalion, Joan McCalion; also survived bv 2 grandchildren. Services Fri., 2 PM, at the Presbyterian Church of Chestnut HW, 8855 Germantown Ave. Int. Ivy HII Cem. In lieu of lowers, Memorial contributions may be made to the Presbyterian Church of Chestnut HW or the Chestnut HW Hospital. JACOB F.RUTH. McDEVITT F. NAOMI STEWART, beloved wife of the late W-Ham J. MeDevitt, at St. Joseph's Manor, Man., Sept. 28, 1981. Relatives, friends and members of The I R S. 25 Year Club, are invited to Mass of Christian Burial, Fri., 10 AM, Our Mother of Consolation Church, 25 E. Chestnut HW Ave. ft is respectfulv suggested that offerings In her memory be sent to the Father Mark J. Mulin Memorial Fund, Niagra University, N.Y. 14109 or the Carmelite Monastery, 66 Ave. and Old York Rd., Phla. 19126. No viewing. Funeral arrangements by M. VIRGINIA BYRNE FUNERAL HOME. McNAMARA AGNES (nee Muthoiand), on Sept. 21, 1981, of Narberth, Pa. and formerly of Upper Darby, Pa., wife of the late Edward J. McNamara, mother of Kathleen McNamara and Mary Pat Klty; also survived by 4 grandchildren and 4 brothers. Relatives and friends and members of The Court Regina Pecis-Calhelic Daughters of America, are Invited to attend her funeral Thurs., Oct. 1, 1981, at 130 AM, from THE JOHN P. DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, Walnut St. and Copley Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM, Church of St. Alice, hit. Calvary Cam. MURRAY Of Drexel HW, Pa., on Sept. 19, 1911, CHARLES T., husband of the late Frances A. (nee Hebete) Murray and father of Cecelia F. Light, Mary jane Sessa and the late Charles M. Murray; also survived by 12 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends invited to the funeral on Sat;, 9 AM, FUNERAL HOME OF M. F. WILLIAMS, Baltimore and Summit Aves., Clifton Heights. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM, Church of St. Andrew, School Lane and Foss Ave., Drexel HW. Int. Holy Sepulchre Com. Friends may cal on Fri eve. Masses would be appreciated. OTTO On Sept. 28, 1981, MARIE E., sister of John f. Otto. Mass of Christian Burial, Fri. 10 AM, Church of St. Ambrose. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. PEPPER Sept. 21, 1981, ISRAEL, husband of the late Rose (nee Adelman), of 2607 Welsh Rd, father of Leonard Pepper, brother of Abraham Pepper, Ruth Fingaret and Edhh Pepper. Relatives and friends are invited to services Thurs., 11 AM, JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON, N. Broad St. above 71st Ave. kit. Mt. Sharon Cem. Famlv wW be at the late residence. PEREZ Sept. 21, 1981, MELVA M PEREZ, of Latches Lane Apts., Merion, Pa., beloved daughter of Helen K. Perez and the late Norman Perez, beloved niece of Mr. and Mrv Mlton Brenner and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Laderman, cousin of Marshal Vertxt and Bonnie Lundv. Relatives and friends are invited to services, Thurv 10 AM, JOSEPH LEVINE ANO SON, N. Broad St. above 71st Ave. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. The lamly WW be at the late residence. In lieu of remembrances, contributions in her memory may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. PERRINO Sept. 28, 1981, ANTHONY, beloved brother of Fred and Daniel, devoted undo of Mrv Phvlis McGourn and Mrs. Joann PanicheW and dear brother-in-law of Mrv Vera (nee Scahdl) Perrlno. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral Fri., 830 AM, from LOUIS E. INGENITO, JR. FUNERAL HOME, 120 Christian St Mass of Christian Burial, St. Nicholas of Totenttne Church, 9:30 AM Int. Holy Cross Cam. Friends may cal Thurv eve. 7 to 10. PETRELLA Sept. 21, 1911, of 2319 Aspen V., FILOMENA (nee Testa), wife of the late Anthony Petrela and mother of Joseph, Carmen, Julius, Peter PetrHta, Mrv Jennie Edlsteki, Madeline Petrela, Mrv Nancy Service, Matilda Campagna and Mrv Florence Pettite; also survived by 15 grandchildren and 27 greet grandchd-dren. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Fri 130 AM, from THE PHILLIPS FUNERAL HOME, 58 N. 23rd St. Mass of Christian Burial, Church of St. Francis Xavier, 9:30 AM kit. Holy Cross Com. Friends may cal Thurv eve. PEVER Sept. 29, 1911 BLANCHE (nee Harrison), of 7800 Bus-tleton Ave., beloved wrle ot the late Philip M., devoted mother el Mr. WWiam Pever of King of Prussia, Mrv Rhoda Moskovttz, dear sister of Mrv Jean Fierman, Mr. Louis and Mr. Bernie Harrison. Retatlves and l-;.4 -- inuifeul m iHflMl urwlral. ThurL. 11:30 AM STANLEY L. WISNOFF, 6410 N. Broad St. Int. B.uieH Memorial Perk. Famlv wW return to the home of Mr. and Mrv Sidney Moskovltz, 7030 Rising Sun Ave., Apt. II Vi Philadelphia Inquire r .9-f Death Notices REDFIELO EDWARD C , age 53, on Sept. 79, 1981, loving husband of Helen (nee Jervis), father of Mrs. Virginia Levar, Mrs. Theresa Walsh, Joseph and WWiam Redfield; he Is also survived bv his fattier, Joseph Redhetd and 2 sisters, Janice Longacre and Kathrvn Pvo, as well as 9 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral Fri., 9 AM, at THE HAROLD B. MULLIGAN FUNERAL HOME, Frank-ford and Allegheny Avev, Phila. Mass of Christian Burial, 10:30 AM, at St. Joan of Arc Church, 3550 Frankford Ave. Friends may caH Thurs. eve. 7 to i PM at the Funeral Home. RUANE Sept. 28, 1981, JOHN J., beloved husband of Isabeaa M. (nee DeOno), father ot Kathrvn M. Boogi, and Patricia A. Schroeder; also Survived bv 6 grandchildren and great grandchildren, brother ot Catherine Bevce and Thomas. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral Thurs. 8 AM from THE PET-NER FUNERAL HOME, 6421 Frankford Ave. (at Levlck St.). Mass of Christian Burial, 9 AM, St. Timothy's Church, kit. Resurrection Cem. Friends may cal Wed. eve. SAUL Sept. 21, 1911, JACOB, of 5301 Old York Rd, husband of the late Pauline, fattier of Mr. Marvin Saul, Mr. Irvin Saul and Mr. Gordon Saul; also survived bv 7 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Thurs., 3 PM precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Shalom Memorial Park. Shiva wi be observed at 1)01 MW Road, Meadowbrook, Pa. Famlv requests that contributions in his memory may bo made to Phila. Geriatric Center, 5301 Old York Rd. SCHUBERT JOHN M., Sept. 21, 1981, of Wynnewood, Pa., beloved husband of Maura (nee Woutte), brother of WWiam E. Jr., Thomas M., Mrs. Mary Katherine Denny, Mrv Rita Rosenberger, Mrs. Rosea nita Coffey and the late Mrv Agnes Meuanotte. Relatives, friends, members of Phla. Mortgage Bankers Assoc and Phila. Board of Realtors, are Invited to Mass of Christian Burial, Thurs., 10 AM, Presentation B.VM Church, Perm Wynne, kit. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Friends may cal Wed. eve. 7-9 at THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, 8401 West Chester Pike (Cor. of Lynn Blvd.), Upper Darby. SCHWENDER CHARLES, formerly of 4130 Claridge St., Phla., husband of the late Sara Colter Schwender, and father of Charles (Chuck). Due notice of the funeral wW be given. LOWNES FUNERAL HOME, Lafayette HII, Pa. SEGAL Sept. 26, 1981, ROSE (nee Labkowl, of 2355 S.W. 17th Place, Deerfield Beach, Fla., formerly of Brigantine, NJ., wife of Jack, mother of Mrs. Nathan (Annette) Lipskv and Mrs. Ronald (Elaine) Friedman, sister of Sylvia Silver, devoted grandmother ot Stephen, Bren-da and Michael Lipskv, GerHvn, Jason and Jarrett Friedman. Services Thurs., 1130 PM precisely, ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS, 4720 N. Broad St. Int. Monteflore Cem. Famlv wW return to the Friedman residence, 164 Rennard St. SHAPIRO Sept. 28, 1981, MORRIS, husband of Bess (nee Rosski-sky), of 1509 Green Lane Rd., Lansdale, Pa., father of Mr. Donald Shapiro and Mr. Harvey Shapiro; grandfather of Stephen Shapiro. Relatives and friends and members of WWiam B. Schneider Lodge No. 419 F.4AM, are invited to funeral services Thurs., 10JO AM, precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Mt. Sharon Cem. Famlv wW return to 1509 Green Lane Rd., Lansdale, Pa. Masonic Services Thurs., 10 AM SINGER Sept. 28, 1981, FLORENCE (nee Schulman), wife of the late Lewis, of 1330 Magee Ave., Phla., Pa., mother of Ruth Schwartz and Beverly Brodskv, sister of Mary Silverman, Dorothy Levenson, Celeste Fomal-onte, Clair Caplan and Audrey Kahn. Relatives and friends are invited to services Thurs., 1 PM, JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON, N. Broad St. above 71st Ave. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. The famly wW return to the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Mark ' Schwartz, 9817 Cowden St., Phila., Pa. SMELE On Setp. 29, 1981, AGNES T., wife of the late WWiam F. Smefe. Service for relatives and friends on Fri., 11 AM, at The Presbyterian Home, 58th and Greenwav Ave. Int. private. Contributions in her memory may be made to The Presbyterian Home. (OLIVER H. BAIR CO.). SOLOMON Sept. 29, 1911, IRENE (nee Fisher), wife of Dr. Albert S. of 1613 Juniper Ave., Elkins Park, Pa., mother of Mrs. Martene Bel, Dr. Jack Solomon and Mrv Bever-Iv Goldberg, sister of Mrs. Rose Better and Mrv Sefma Lipson; also survived by I grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Thurs., 10 AM precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Shiva wW be observed at 1613 Juniper Ave., Elkins Park, Pa. Contributions in her memory may be made to Hematolo- St and Oncology Research and Education Fund, tit r. Peter Cassleth, University of Penna. Hospital, 3400 Spruce St. SPERBER EDNA R. (nee Ragan), of The Elkins Park House, Sepi 27, 1981, wife ot the late Meyer. .Memorial serv-Ices 2 PM Oct. 9, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Elkins Park. Contributions in her memory may be made to the Altar GuldofSt. Paul's. STABLER Suddenly, Sept. 27, 1911, JOHN J. JR., husband of Ann Marie Stabler (nee McGonigte), father of Suscn Haas and Jacqueline A.; also survived bv his father, John J. Sr., 2 brothers, James J. and Dennis E. Relatives, friends and employees of Continental Can Co. are invited to his funeral Thurs. 1:30 AM, BURNS FUNERAL HOME, 9701 Frankford Ave. (at Fitter St.) Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM, St. Dominic's Church. Viewing Wed eve. 7 to 9. Int. Resurrection Cem. STECKER Sept. 27, 1981, ROBERT J., son of Edward J. and Marv M. (nee O'Toole), brother of Diana M. Parry. Relatives, friends, Phila. School System, the Emerald Society Pipe Band, are invited to funeral Thurs., 9 AM, VICTOR J. RUFFENACH FUNERAL HOME, Township Line (City Line Ave.) and Burmont Rd., Drexel HW. Mass of Christian Burial, St. Dorothy's Church, 10 AM Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Friends may call Wed eve. 7 to 9. TOTH Sept. 27, 1981, HELEN (nee Rusinko), wife of the late Vincent and mother of Vincent, mother-in-law of Inez; grandmother of Maria. Viewing Wed., after 7 PM, (Parastas 8:30 PM). NASEVICH FUNERAL HOME, 109 E. Tabor Rd. Funeral Thurv, 9:30 AM, at the Funeral Home. Burial services 11 AM, Holy Trinity Byzantine Church. Int. Our Ladv of Grace Cem. , VAGNONI Sept. 28, 1981, WILLIAM R., sf Ardmore, Pa., husband of the late Helen A. McDonald, father of Dorothy Claudv, Carol Straface, Louise Hefferan and William R. Jr.; also survived bv his sisters, Mrs. Vincent Filli-poni, Mrs. Joseph Cugmni, his brother Gabriel and 9 grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial, Thurs., 10 AM St. Cotman's Church, Ardmore. Int. St. Denis Cem. Relatives and friends are invited to cal at THE McCONAGHY FUNERAL HOME, Lancaster and Wyoming Aves., Ardmore, Wed., from 7 until 9 PM In lieu of other expressions of sympathy, contributions in his memory to The American Heart Assn. or The American Cancer Society would be appreciated. WADE Sept. 28, 1981, FLORENCE (nee Mills), of 319 Holme Ave., wife of the late Ralph S., loving mother of Ralph S., Joyce L. and Robert S. Wade, beloved daughter of Mrv Florence Andrews; also survived by 2 sisters and one brother. Relatives and friends invited to service Thurs. 11 AM, MANN FUNERAL HOME, 219 W. Tabor Road (at American), where friends may cal Wed eve. after 7. Int. Sunset Memorial Park. WHITEMAN ELIZABETH (nee Mathieu), Sept. 29, 1981, of Rvdal Park, Rvdal, Pa., wife ot the late Daniel S. Whiteman and mother of Mrv Maurice P. Felton, Jr., Mrs. Samuel L. Sagendorph and Daniel S. Whiteman, Jr.; also survived by 14 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren and a sister. Memorial Service 4:30 PM, Thurv, at St. John's Episcopal Church, Washington Lane and Welsh Rd., Huntingdon Valley. In lieu of lowers, contributions in her memory may be sent to Abington Memorial Hospital. (HELWEG FUNERAL SERVICE). WIELAND Oh Sept. 21, 1981, DANIEL ALEXANDER, of Roxborough, husband of Virginia Dashiel Wieland. Memorial Services Fri., 4 PM, at St. Paul's Church, 22 E. Chestnut Hill Ave. In lieu of lowers; Memorial contributions may be made to The Episcopal Community Services or the Sheltered Employment Service. WOOD Suddenly, on Sept. 28, 1911, MARLENE (nee Marre-ro), wife of David Wood, of 4333 Pilling St., mother ot David Jr., Martene Marie, Bryan, Oonna Marie and Charles D. Wood; also survived bv mother and father, Casey and Marie Marrero. Mass of Christian Burial, Fri., II AM, Mater Dolorosa Church, Paul and Ruan Stv Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may cal at the Church after 10:30 AM on Fri. (BRINGHURST-AN- DREW J. BAIR), WRIGLEY Sept. 29, 1981, MARGARET T., age 95, of Atlantic City, wife of the late William W. Wriglev, Sr. Services for relatives and friends Thurs., 230 PM, at THE H. M. GORMLEY FUNERAL HOME, Cor. of Albany and Winchester Aves., Atlantic Citv, N.J. Int. Laurel Memorial Park, Pomona, N.J. Friends may call Thurs., one hour before service at the Funeral Home. WRONSKI Sept. 26, 1981, STELLA R. (nee Tomkiewicz), wife of the late Alovsius T., beloved mother of Rita Murphy and Alberta Hutton; sadly missed bv 8 grandchildren, Sharon Emlius, Artene, Edward, Kathv, Mary, Maria, Thomas and Michelle and 2 great grandchildren, Christine and Steven, dear sister of Stephanie ' Karpinski, Jean Stawicki, Joseph Tomkiewicz and the late Edward Tomkiewicz. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral Thurs., 8:30 AM, JOSEPH T. SEKULA FUNERAL HOME, INC., 2634 E. Allegheny Ave. (Cor. of Thompson St.). Mass of Christian Burial, 9:30 AM, St. Adalbert's Church. Int. Our Ladv of Czestochowa Cem., Dovlestown, Pa. Viewing Wed eve. 7 to 9. Mass Cards preferred ZACHARIA Sept. 27, 1981, VICTOR, husband of Ruth (Ritzie) (nee Weinberger), of 1419 E. Washington Lane, tather of Mr. Alan Hunter and Mr. Brad Zacharia, brother of Mr. Frank Zacharia, beloved grandfather of Siacev, Kim and Rhett. Relatives, friends and members of Steuben Lodge No. 113 Knights of Pythias, are invited to funeral services Thurs., 12:30 PM precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Monteflore Cem. Shiva wW be observed at 1419 E. Washington Lane. Contributions in his memory mav be made to vour favorite charity. Pythian Services Thurs., 12 Noon. rpmptprii nt "Ciucici y luu CHELTEN HILLS. 6-grave plot in section B. Please call 297-8642

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