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2-E Wednesday, April 28, 1982 Obituaries Philadelphia Inquirer 4 Death Notices Death Notices Death Notices Rosalie Brown Dolan, 87-, helped orphans and refugees in France car tt. L''1'' MMiiMM III II IM 1957 vacation in Sardis, Turkey ill i REIM -r Suddenly, on Aprl 24, 1912, EDWARD REIM, beloved husband of Florence Rotm (nee Vanderslice), father of Edward elm and Virginia Bovcoj survived by 4 grandchildren and 3 sisters, Ela Brown, Elsie Gib, born, and Hatha Fink. Relatives and friends are invft- ed to services Frl. 11 AM, from WILDE FUNER: AL HOME, Front A Westmoreland Sts. Com.

Friends may cal Thurs. eve. 7 to 9 PM The tamtv would appreciate denaltens to United Methodist Church In memory of Edward Reinv(ParkiiHiintheWildaylgt) ROSLER On Aprl 27, 1911 EVELYN (nee Cooper), bolgvgoHwr. wife of Curtis E. Rosier Sr.

ef Hovertewn, Pa devete ed mother gf Curtis E. also survived bv one state' and brotherv RetJtivel and friends ire invited to thew-tervice Frl 11 AM at The United Presbyterian Church ef Manoa, Eagle Rd and Sunny HM Lane, I Hovertewn, Pa. 1903, where friends may cal one hour prior to the service. Int. Veley Forge Gardenv i desired memorials may be sent to The United Pros- bvtertan Church of Manoa.

SATINSKY Aprl 14, 1912, SYLVIA (nee Goldberg), wife of Frank, ef 1301 Gaknbore ar Bala Cvnwvd mother el Mrv Barbara Brown, Mr. Stephen Saltnsky, Mrv Sandra Grunfetd and Miss Nancy Satkiskv, titter of Mr. Jufhii Gould end Mr. Melon Goldberg; also survived bv 1 grendcttdren. Relatives ami friends are Invited to funeral services Wed 11 AM precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," 4410 N.

Bread St. kit. Har Nebe Com. Shiva wM be observed at 111 Holy Heck Lafayette Hot, Pa. Contributions ki her memory may be made to the Kidney Foundation.

SILVER Aprl 24, 1911 MORRIS husband of the late Sarah, of York House South, father of Mrv Evelyn Sack off, Mrv Gtsie Gittow and Mr. Albert Silver, brother of Mrv Medio Saverman; also survtved by 4 grondcM-dren and great grandchedren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Wed, 10 AM precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 4410 N. Broad St. Entombment Roosevelt Memorial Park Mausoleum.

Family wH re turn to 157 Meadowbrook Huntingdon Veley, Pa. Contribuhons ki his memory may be made to the Albert Einstein Medical Center, Northern Division, Pediatric Division. SIMMONS On Aprl 25, 1911, JOH P. of Lansdowne. formerly Of S.W.

husband ef Helen Simmons (nee Parkinson), father gf Mrv Joanne Dooner, Mrv Linda Swope, John, James and Rosemerie Simmons; also survived bv sisters and 4 grandchildren. Retattvot, friends and members of I.B. of T. No. 929 and Fab-Acres Farm are Invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial St.

Phlomena's Church, Frl. 10 AM Int. Holy Cross Com. Friends may cal Fri. morning from 1:30 AM at THE LOGAN FUNERAL HOME, MS Lonoacro Btvd, Yea don, Pa.

Family prefers contributions to A.L.S.5 0 A 12011 SanVincente Btvd, Los-Angeles, Calif. 90049. SIMS formerly of Kekn on Aprl 24, 1911 ETHEL (nee Watson), beloved wife of the late James Sims, mother 01 Mrv Marie Vaughan and Mrv Ethel Shafer; atse survived bv 4 grandsons and 7 great grandchidroa Relatives, friends and members of St. Philip's UM Church and Ascension Sr. Citizen's Club, are invited to services Apr! 30, 11 AM, at the CHARLES L.

KESTER 409-11 E. Allegheny Ave. kit. Oakland Com. Friends may cal 7-9 PM Thurs.

desired, memorial donations may be sent to St. Philip's UM Church, E. Tioga St Pa. 19134. SPIESS Apr) 24, 1981 HELEN T.

(net Steelier), wife of Alfred mother of Mrv Dorothy Stilh; atsa survived by Sjrandchl- ken 4 great grandenooren, ano sister ei sr. uoromv sieeai- or, R.SM. and Mrv Gertrude Keenan Relatives ano snenn VT, K.Wl, aim rww a. vi wiru Invited lo Matt ef Chmitan Burial. Thurv 10 AM.

Materni ty B.VM Church, kit. HMside Com. Friends may cal Thurv alter 9-JO AM at the church, 9220 OLD BusHeton Ave. (GALZERANO F.H.) STEVENSON Suddenly, on Aprl 25, 1981, DONNA O'NEILL STE- VENSON, age 21 Years of Media, mother of.) Mark Christian Stevenson and Joel Gregory Steven- ate son, daughter of Miriam Burritt Kelsal and Robert KwM O'Neill, stepdaughter of Stanley Kelsal; also sur.jae vived bv her brothers Robert Stephen B. and Ed- sw ward B.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend her aw funeral service on Fri, afternoon at 1 o'clock at The s. Media Presbyterian Church, Baltimore Pk. endwt Church Media and to her viewing on Thurv eve. from 7 until 9 o'clock at THE AV AN AGH-PATTER-. SON FUNERAL HOME, 4) E.

Baltimore Media. Int. private. VAN METER On Aprl 24, 1982, of Newtown Square, ANNIE wife of the Late Theodore and mother of Anna E. Van Meter; also survived bv one granddaughter.

Ann O. Swavely, and 2 great grandchildren. Funeral service Fri. II AM, at THE DILL FUNERAL HOME, 23 Bishop Hollow Rd, Newtown Sd, where friends may cal after 10 AM Int. Newtown Square Baptist Church Com.

No eve. viewing. In lieu ot lowers donations may be made to your favorite charity in memoriam, WALLACE ISABEL (nee Ouckrey), on Aprl 24, 1982, wife of Dr. James Walace, beloved mother of Nancy Walace Yancv, son-in-law Thornton Yancv III; also survived by 4 grandchildren, 2 nieces, one nephew, 2 sister-in-laws and a host of relatives and friends. Funeral services wM be held Thurv 11 AM, REYNOLDS FU- NERAL HOME.

Viewing from 10-11 at the Funeral Home. Int. Eden Com. WEISBECKER Apr! 24, 1982, of Hatboro, JULIUS husband of the late Gertrude, brother ot August, Catherine Hal-pin, and Am O'Connor. Mass ol Christian Burial, Fri.

11 AM, St. John Bosco Church, Hatboro. Int. Sunset Memorial Park. Relatives and friends may cal Frl.

after 930 AM, at the JOS. J. McGOLDRICK FUNERAL HOME, West Ave. A Cedar Jenkkitown. Remembrances may be made to tha Central Ass'n of the Miraculous Medal, Gtn.

WEST Apr! 25, 1982, ALBERT age 44 of Pennsauken, N.J., beloved husband of M. Kathryn Roberts West and devoted fattier of Mariou Johnson, Linda Herrm- ann, also one sister, Louise Patton, one brother, Leo- nard and grandchildren. Relatives and friends of the famiy also members of the Phia. Musical Society Local No. 77 A.F.

of M. are invited to services Thurv I at 10 AM at Temple Lutheran Church, Route 130 and Merchantvilo Pennsauken, N.J. Int. Locust- wood Memorial Park. Friends may Cal at the Church Wed.

eve 7 to 9 PM Contributions may be sent to the Organ Fund of Temple Lutheran Church. (INGLES- BY AND SONS, DIRECTORS) YOUNG i On Aprl 24, 1912, JOSEPH T. of Clementen Rd, Ber- lbs, age 44 husband of Dominica (Mae) (nee I Diane), father of Joseph of TurnersvMe, George of I Carey, N. Diana Testa of Berlin and Barbara I Cusato of Gloucester brother of George Young of New York, WMiam Young of Catherine Per- ciolo Mary Staley, Peg Schoofcrast, both of grandfather of 9. Relatives and friends of the famiy wil meet Thurs.

10 AM at THE KNIGHT FUNERAL HOME, 14 Rich Berlin, N.J. Mass of Christian Burial 11 AM at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Berlin, N.J. Int. Gate of Heaven Com.

Friends may cal Wed eve. 7-9. ZAPPALA Aprl 24, 1982, LEONARD, beloved husband of Jennie (nee Tartaglia), devoted father of Philip, Leonard and Richard Zappala; also survived bv 8 orandchitdren and one great granddaughter, dear brother of Samuel Zappala. Relatives and friends are invited to the fu- neral 130 AM, from LOUIS E. INGENITO JR.

FUNERAL HOME, 820 Christian St. Mast of Chris- tian Burial, St. Paul's Church, 9:30 AM Int. Holy Cross Com. Friends may cal Thurv eve.

7 to 10. 1 (Parking on ZOLNIEREK Suddenly, Aprl 25, 1982, FRANK $., husband of the i late Forrest B. Zofnierek, sadly missed by his sister Valeria Hufford, nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends may cal Thurv, after 9 AM, at THE SLA-BINSKI FUNERAL HOME, 2414 Orthodox St. Services II AM Int.

Ivy HM Com, Cemetery Lots WHITEMARSH Memorial Park-3 loft. Si 000 A buyer pavs transfer costs. Call 828-4210 all 5pm THE OLDEST JEWISH FUNERAL ESTABLISHMENT IN NORTH AMERICA Morris Since 1877 Rosenberg's Son Inc Sidney Rim. Supervisor 12151 455 0100 Raphael-Sacks Memorial Chapel Inc. Louis A.

Ooull, Supervisor (215) 455-0551 4720 North Broad SI, Pfiila, Pa 19141 By Agency: Palm Beach Fori Lauderdale Miami Beach Funeral OtrKlori 1 4 DouH MM fitwrm SJ RnetOAf) Rixrtvarg Sm JONES Aprl 24, 1912, SILAS of Belmont HRs, husband of Kathryn (nee Fryer), father of Gladys and Wlton Jones, Alma Moylan, Betty Burnt and Edna Geiger; also survived by 9 graelcMtdren and 12 groat grand-chddren. Rotattvos and friend! Invited to funeral service Thurs. II AM, KOLLER FUNERAL HOME, 4US Ridge (Cor. of Llveiev). kit.

Westminster Com. Friends ntay cal Wed eve. 7 to 9 PM KERWICK Apr! 27, 1912, ALBERT 6, (retired Detective gf Ph4a. P.D belevad husband of Mary E. (nee Rally), tfwvtvd tetfMT flf Jdw wid Ptrtrtcia Mtrttcfc flrsntftoltMP 0t SoMAf Tlnwlnv awd (hvtoa Rdetttvt frivndtf RMiiteMn ttw Ljo tit ttw Sttcrvd Hutli Lodge He.

Mother Katharine Dreiel K. of Carpenters Local no. IU4 invited to funeral frx, WM. 8. MALLOY FUNERAL HOME, By- 1 AM, WM.

G. MALLOY FUNERAL HOME, By berry Rd, east of Bukfteten Ave. Mast of Christian Burial, 10 AM, St. Christopher's R.C Church. View- Ina Thurs.

eve. 7 PM KOPF Aprl 24, 1912, ELIZABETH (net Bunting), door metier of Joseph and The adore J. and 2 grandchildren. Retattvot end frtonds Invited to vie wine and funeral Thurv, MO AM from THE MONTI FUNERAL HOME, 2S33-3S 1 Bread St. Matt of Christian Burial, St.

Richard's OMtrch, AM Int. HMdeCem. (No tnv Rsdt kifjrffMlfMi Cwtvr 4or Ins oWnd 19 Wtlnut SluPha Pa. 19117. KRAVITZ Aprl 14, 1912, ROSE (nog Bredtkv), who of the late Phiip.of 2100 San Seud Blvd.

N. Miami Beach, formerly of and Margate, mother of the late Annette Greens loin, sitter at Mrs. TWe Stver, of Let Angeles, Mr. Joseph Brodsky, Mr. David Bredskv, of Miami Beach, Fla and Mr.

Moo Brodsky, of LoufsvMo, Ky.j grandmother gf Mr. Louis Greens tem, of Boulder, Cole. Relatives and friends are I to lunerel I services Thurs. 12 Men precisely, "Goldsteins'," 4410 N. Bread St.

mt. Har jenuda Com. Famtv wl return to the Ostrum residence, 2040 Rrftenhouse Square. LORILLARD Aprl 17, mt 1 Cemwelt Heights, FRED beloved husband of Gwendolyn (nee Con), father of Brenwyn E. Thompson and Dean Leraard; also 3 grandchildren.

Relatives and friends are invited to services Fri. 11 AM, OGDEN FUNERAL HOME, 4127 Oirtord Ave. kit. Sunset Mam. Pk.

Friends may cal Thurv eve after 1 PM LUKENS On Aprl 23, 1911 CLYDE In Mt 17th at 3030 Park, Bridgeport, Com, formerly gf 142 N. Wycombe Lansdowne, husband of the late Kathryn B. Lukens (nee Duffev). Past President of Lions Club of Overbrook, survtved by 1 sens Robert of E. Oak Lane, Dr.

James gf Sacramento, Cant, and Dr. John of Tappan, Y. and one daughter Mrs. Phlip Metmen, of FairMd, Cent, 20 grandchedren and one great grandson. MAGN1N Aprl 25, 1911 ELAINE ANN (nee Letter), wife of Eugene J.

and mother of Lori Scott and Erick, daughter of Emma and Richard Letter. Relatives and friends Invited to attend the funeral Thurs. II AM from ROBERT B. ROWLAND FUNERAL HOME, 7013-15 Torresdale Ave. kit.

Magnolia Com. Friends may cal after 10 AM No viewing Wed eve. Contributions may bo made to The American Lung Asm. ki her memory. McCLATCHY Apr! 25, 1912, RICHARD A.

SR- of Strafford, husband of the late Gertrude Janet Wilson, father of Richard A. James Paul Barbara Brown and Penny Garner; atsa survived bv 29 grandchedren, 2 great orondchOdron, his brothers, John B. and Paul A. McClatchy and hit sisters, Grace Curran, Betty McNichol, Jean Farrel and Mother Helen McClatchy, R.S.CJ. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM, Our Lady of the Assumption Church, OM Eagte School Road, Strafford, Pa.

kit. Calvary Com. Relatives and friends are invited to cri at THE McCONA-GHY FUNERAL HOME, Lancaster A Wyoming Ardmore, Wed from 7 98 1 PM In lieu of other expressions of sympathy contributions his memory to St. Katherinet School for Retarded Chldren, Wl-Items Rd A Bowman Phia Pa. 1915) would be appreciated McCONNELL MARY THERESA, en Aprl 24, 19ltwife of the late James McConnel, of Phia and a former member of St.

Cotumba Church, and mother of Nora Reelv, James, Thomas and John McConnel; I grandchildren and one great granddaughter. Retattvot and friends are invited to attend her Mass ot Christian Burial, Thurv, 10-J0 AM, Our Lady of Peace Church, Ml-mont Moment Park, Pa. kit. Holy Sepulchre Com. Funeral arrangements by THE JAMES F.

KNOETGEN FUNERAL HOME, Morton, Pa. Rt. 420 McGEARY Aprl 27, 1912, JAMES husband of Helen (nee Lynch), fattier el Mary Ebon Murphy, James and Robert; also survived by 4 grandchldren. Relatives, friends. Holy Name Members and Plumbers Union Local 490 are invited to the funeral Fri.

9 AM from J. J. ROBERTS, 1701 Ritner St. Mass of Christian Burial Church of St. Monica II AM Int.

Holy Cross Cent. Friends may cal Thurv eve. 7-9. McKENNA Suddenly, on Aprl 21, 1982, SADIE LALLY, of S.W. wife of the late Eugene F.

McKenna; survived by 3 nephews, Thomas, Charles and WMiam Dletiter, and a niece, Anne Melon. Relatives and friends invited to viewing Fri. AM, KING FUNERAL HOME, 2449-S1 S. 44th St. Mass of Christian Burial, Church of St.

Barnabas, 9-JO AM Int. Annunciation Shenandoah, Pa. (No viewing Thurv eve.) MERITZ Aprl 27, 1982, HERBERT, husband of Sophie (nee Specter), ef St. Regis 2301 Tremont father of WMiam Meriti, Esquire and Mrv Sharon Wayne-bem, brother of Mr. Albert Meriti; also survived by grandchildren.

Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Wed 130 PM precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," 4410 N. Broad St. Int. Shalom Memorial Park. Shiva wW be observed at 1441 Candle-brook Drive, Dresner, Pa.

MOORE LOUISE of Sharon HM, on April 24, 1982, wife of the late Edgar W. and mother of Anna R. Sobbe, of Oarbv, Edgar W. Largo, and Chartes of Sharon Hit; also survived by I grandchildren and IS great grandchidroa Relatives and friends of the famiy are invited to her services Fri. II AM, McCAUS-LANO-BATHURST FUNERAL HOME, 202 S.

Chester Pike, Glen olden, where friends may cal Fri. morning 10 to II AM Int. Arlington Com. contributions in Mrv Moore's memory to Tuly Memorial Presbyterian Church, Chester Pike and Sharon Sharon HM, would be appreciated NIMMO Of Academy Gardens, on Apr! 24, 1912, MARCY (nee GLENN), beloved wife ef the late Edwin G. and mother of Mrs.

Mary N. Bremen and Gerald T. Nknmo; also survived by 1 1 grandchildren and 5 groat grandchldron. Relatives and friends aro Invited to attend the tuner el Thurv AM, from JOHN F. FLUEHR AND SONS, 3301-15 Cottman Ave.

Mass of Christian Burial at the Church ef St. Katharine of Siena, 9 AM kit. Our Lady of Grace Com. Friends may cal Wed 7-9 PM PASTMAN Aprl 27, 1912, IDA, wHe of the late Joseph, mother of the late Anna Sehtman, grandmother of Camote Albert; also survived bv 2 great grandchldren. Relatives and friends and members of Letitchover B.A.

are invited lo funeral services Wed I PM precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 4410 N. Broad St. kit. Mt. Sharon.

PHILLIPS MICHAEL of 3021 N. 24th son of Michael Sr. and the late Ruhamah Philips, brother of Ramona and Ruhamah Philips. Viewing Wed 7 to 9 PM at the KEENE AND CARNEY FUNERAL HOME, 1939 Diamond St. Mass of Christian Burial, Thurv 12 noon, at Corpus Christ! Church, kit.

Hoty Sepulchre Com. POOLE On Aprl 24. 1982, ANN GRIER, who of the late Donald Whitman Poole and mother of the Rev. Donald W. Poole and John Grier Poole, sister of Margaret Grier Wlson.

Service for relatives and friends on Thurv, 10-J0 AM at the Swarthmore Presbyterian Church, kit. at Mil ford, Delaware, lieu ot lowers contributions her memory may be made to the Memorial Fund ef the above named church. (OUVER K. BAIR RALSTON Aprl 27, 1912, AGNES V. (nee Riemenchneider), Wife of Thomas mother ef ThoNas Robert and fMargaret Ralston, sister of WMiam Riemenchneider and Margaret Ripley; also survived by 3 grandchldren.

Relatives and friends, Sr. Citlions of Visitation B.VM Church, St. Mkhaef Lutheran Church, St. Nathaniel Church and Community Elders of St. Luke's Church invited to funeral service Fri.

11 AM, from The CJ. O'NEILL FUNERAL HOME, 309-11 E. Lehigh Ave. kit. Sunset Memorial Park.

Friends may cal Thurv eve. 7-9 PM REIHLEY SYBIL P. (nee WnWeker), en Aprl 24, 1912, beloved wife of the late Howard L. Reihiey, end devoted mother of Ronald H. Reihiey, and mother-in-law ol Martha Reihiey, deer sister of WMiam W.

Whrttaker, and Mrv Hannah E. GM. Relatives and friends are invited to her funeral Thurv 11 AM, at THE REMPP ER FUNERAL HOME, 4405-07 N. 5th St. Int.

Oakland Com. No eve. viewing. Friends may cal Thurv after 9 AM CONROY On Aprl 1911 CAROL ANN of Colingswood, age 43 beloved wife of Aden, mother ol Scott and Todd at home, daughter of Frances Mugoleworth and James Mugoleworth, sister of Barbara Cochran ot CoWngswoed. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend Memorial Service! Aprl SO, at I PM St.

Paul's Lutheran Church, Park A Callings, wood. Famev requests contributions to The American Cancer Society. Under the du-eciton of LEROY P. WOOSTER FUNERAL HOME ANO CREMATORY, DAMIANO Aprl M. 190)7 at Set Wo City, N.J., formerly of Darky, ROLAND father of Matthew and Michael; else survtved by a brother Michael Damiane, 2 sisters Antoinette Cresta and Otga DIGennart.

Rotattvos and friends are Invited to the funeral Thurs. 9 AM at the MARVU FUNERAL HOME, IHO Main Darby and to Mass Of Christian Burial 10 AM, Thurs. at the Blessed Virgin Mary Church. Friends cal Wed ovt. 7 to 9.

Int. Holy Cross Com. DEVLIN Apr! 1911 of Glrard GRACE (nee Flock), beloved wife of Charles. Relatives and friends are Invited to services 10 AM JAMES W. DOWNS FUNERAL HOME, 44 E.

Girard Ave. tot North Cedar Com. Friends may cal Fit eve. DUBLER On Aprl lo, 1911 ELEANOR (NORA) (nee Brock, way), wife of the late WMiam of Llndonwofd, formerly of age 41 years botovod mother of WHiam of Avafon, Herbert of Ruiwwrnede, 4 KemtcMdren, 1 groat grandchildren, daughter of rs. Laura Brockwav, of LindenweM and sister gt Mrs.

Virginia Kirov, of Lindenwoid Relatives and friends of the fanny are Invited to attend the funeral ThurL. 9 AM at THE DANKS-HINSKI FUNERAL HOME, WMtehorse Pike, Ltndonwold Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM, St. Lawrence Church, Linden-wold kit. Gate of Heaven Com, Berlin. No calintj hours Wed eve.

ERNST Aprl Mlh, 1912, FREDERICK, of Lawndato, beloved husband of the late Maryh A. Gunkelsborgor, and devoted father of John and Marie Kekh, and Anna Carr; also survived by his sister Mkta, in Germany, grandchildren, and 4 groat grandchildren. Relatives and friends ara invited to attend his funeral, alter W0 AM, at THE JAMES M. CAMPBELL FUNERAL HOME, 500 E. Bonner (at 4100 N.

Rising Sun Mass of Christian Burial, St WMiam't Church, II AM kit. Rosedale Memorial Pk. No eve. ning viewing. ERNST On Aprl 24, 1911, MARGARET age 71 of Broom-al, Pa.

Friends are invited to service at Whitemarsh Whitemarsh, Pa. Thurs Aprl 19, 3 PM Arrangements by VIDEON GIBSON FUNERAL HOME, Pa. EYSMANS On Aprl 27, 1912 MARION (nee Stevenson), wife of Juhen L. Eysmans Jr. ol Bryn Mawr, Pa.

and mother of Jutien L. Ill; also survived by 3 grandchildren and 3 groat grandchildren. Service Thurs. II AM from The Church of the Good Shepherd, Rosemont, Pa. Int.

private. In lieu ol lowers memorials may be sent to The Memorial Fund of the Church or The March of Dimes. (BRINGHURST-ANDREW J. BAIR) FALABELLA Aprl 24, 1912, HENRY, brother of Joseph, Mrs. Aida Agnes, Mrs.

Rose Pugjiese and Mrs. Tessie DePrince. Funeral Thurs. 130 AM, from THE STOLFO FUNERAL HOME, 2534-31 1 Broad St. Mass ot Christian Burial, Epiphany of our Lord Church 9-JO AM Viewing Wed eve.

7-9 PM kit. private. FELDMAN Aprl 24, 1912, ARLENE (nee Cohen), of 242S Reese mother of Mr. Devon Fetdman, Michael Feldmen, daughter of Mrs. Freda and the late Samuel Cohen, sister of Mr.

Harry Cohen, Mr. Sy Cohen, Mrs. Marilyn Zappala and Mr. Neil Cohen. Relatives and friends are Invited to funeral services Thurs.

10 AM precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 4410 N. Broad St. Int. Mt. Jacob Com.

Shiva wW be observed at 242S S. Reese St. FELGOISE Apr! 27, 1912 BERTRAM MELVEN, ESQ. husband of Janet (nee Goleman), of 3579 Oriole Drive, Huntingdon Veley, lather of Marc, Roy, Brian, and Glenn, son of Harris and Dorothy Fetgoise, brother of Judith Saverman and Elaine Formato. Relatives and ends ara invited to funeral services Thurs.

12 Noon precisely at Temple Judea, 4929 N. Broad St. Int. Shalom Memorial Park. Shiva will be observed at 3579 Oriole Drive, Huntingdon Valley, Pa.

Contributions in his memory may be made to The Student Athletic Scholarship Fund, co Lower Moreland Lodge, B'nai Brlth, Brith, co Bud Kanefsky, 920 Robin Lane, Huntingdon Vaeev, Pa. 1W04. Arr. by "GOLDSTEINS'" FESI LOUIS Aprl 24, 1912, husband of Mary A. McGar-vev, beloved father of Donald, Richard, Francis, Thomas, Mrs.

Mary Lou Sulpiiio and Mrs. Christina VanThuvne; grandfather of 13; also survived by 1 brothers and 4 sisters. Relatives and friends, Stude-baker Drivers of America, Delaware Vaaev Chapter are invited to attend Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM, Holy Cross Church. Viewing, FUNERAL HOME OF PETER H. GERS, 500 W.

Cheltenham Ave. (400 N. 5th), Wed after 7 PM Int. Hoty Seoul-era Com. FLOOD Aprl 24, 1982 EDWARD beloved husband of Mabel E.

Flood (nee Likes), devoted lather of Mrs. Mae E. Hlppef, grandfather of Elwood H. Jr. and Bruce E.

Hippie; also survived by 2 great grandchildren. Relatives, friends and members of the 55th Ward Republican Executive Committee are invited to his services Frl 11 AM MANNAL FUNERAL HOME, 492S Frankford Ave. (At Tyson), Where friends may cal Thurs. eve. 7-9 PM Int.

Hillside Com. Memorials in Mr. Flood's name may be made to Johnson Memorial Un. Methodist Church, Hawthorne A Longshore Pa. 19149.

GEIGER IDA, on Aprl 27, 1912, of Ardmore, age 90 years; survived by her sister Mrs. E. H. Leadbeater, of Ardmore, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services wi be held at the STUARD FUNERAL HOME, 104 Cricket Ardmore, May 1, at 1 PM Int.

Westminster Com. Relatives and friends may call Frl. eve. 7 to 9 PM In lieu of lowers contributions may be made to the Bethany Lutheran Church, Pechin A Martin Sts. Pa.

19121 GOLDSTEIN Aprl 24, 1982 FREDERICK WILLIAM, husband Of Helen (nee Joseph), of 2017 1 3rd father of Miss Estelle Mary Goldstein and Miss Freya (Winkie) Hirsch Goldstein. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Thurs. 1 PM precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," 4410 N. Broad St. Int.

Roosevelt Memorial Park. Shiva wM be observed at 2017 S. 3rd St. Contributions in his memory may be made Scheie Eye Institute or Deborah. GREENE On Aprl 24, 1982, JOHN age 77 husband of Lots (nee McGee), father of James and Donald Greene.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services on Fri. Aprl 30, at 1 1 AM, at the ANDERS FUNERAL HOME, 130 E. Broad Souder-ton. Int. Whitemarsh Memorial Park.

Viewing Thurs, eve. 7 to 9 PM at the Funeral Home. HAHN Aprl 24, 1982, TTLLIE (nee Nefskv), formerly of River Park House, wife of the late Maxwell, mother ot Richard Hahn, and Joseph Hahn, sister of Sara Wolfe; also survived by 4 grandchildren. Services Wed. 2 PM precisely, ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS, 4720 N.

Broad St. Int. Mt. Sinai Com. Famlv wil return to 321 Clalremont Rd, VManova, Pa.

Famiy suggests contributions in her memory be made to a charity of the donor's choice. HARPER On Aprl 1, 1982, MARY KATHRYN HARPER, sister of Arvin L. Harper, Heber H. Harper and Martha H. Kuehnte, aunt of Warren Lee Harper.

Relatives and friends are invited to a Memorial Service with Holy Communion, on Thurv, Aprl 29, 1912, at 12 Noon, at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 19th and Walnut Stv Parking at THE OLIVER H. BAIR Garage, 1812 Sansom St. HAY MARGARET MARY (nee Celwel), on Aprl 24, 1912, wife ol Darald Hay of Springfield, mother ot Oar-aid Hay Jr. ot Wetttown, Richard J. Hay ef Upper Darby, Linda Kaki of East Goshen, Janet Campanile of Havertown and Patricia Hay at home; also sister ef Patricia Morris of Colingdale and 7 orandchitdren.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend her Funeral Fri. 9 AM from THE JAMES F. KNOETGEN FUNERAL HOME, 744 Kedron RidVev Morton, Pa. Rte. 420.

Mass ot Christian Burial 10 AM Holy Cross Church, Springfield Int. SS. Peter and Paul Com. Friends may cal Thurv eve. after 7 PM HELVERSON ELIZABETH (nee Salary), on Aprl 24, 1982, wife of the late Martin devoted mother of Margie Travis, Helen O'Leary, Suianne MHfer, Alice Szlaga, survived by 10 grandchildren, 4 great grandcMdren, sister of Margaret Carter Smythe and Mary Lewlnskl.

Relatives and friends are invited to her viewing Wed eve. 7 to 9 PM, at the MARTIN J. BURNS FUNERAL HOME, 9704 Frankford Ave. and to Mass of Chrlshan Burial, Thurv, 10 AM, St. Bemartfv Church.

Int. Holy Sepulchre Com, HOFFMAN Aprl 25, 1912, EARL formerly of Radnor, husband ef the late Evelyn Hoffman, and father of Earl P. Hoffman, of Houston, Tex. Relatives and friends are invited to Memorial Services, 11 AM from the Chapel of Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, Bryn Mawr, Pa. Int.

private. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 3SS Lancaster Ave. Havorford, Pa. 19041. (CHADWICK'S OF ARDMORE) IRVIN On Aprl 2, 1912, LILIAN 1 (nee MacElwee), age 82 yrv, after a long etness, beloved cousin of Jean Hau-grud and many other cousinv A teacher ki Phia.

Schools for 51 yrv Memorial Service held Aprl 27, 1982 at Trinity Church Oxford, Phia. For those who wish to make donations, memorials may be sent to Trinity Church Oxford, 4901 Rising Sun Phla. JONES On Aprl 27, 1912, MARIE C. (nee DeMarce), ef Ed-dvttono, beloved wife ef the late Daniel W. Jones, mother of Mrv Grace Duncan, Mrv Dolores Vlckers and Mrv Beverly Walawender, sister of Mrv Betty Lynch, Mrv Thetma Strimel, Mrv Eve Capitanl, Mrv Rose Jevntck and Joseph DeMarco; also survived bv 7 grandchldren and 3 great grandchildren.

Rotattvos and friends are Invited to attend her funeral an Fri. at I AM at THE CAVANAGH FUNERAL HONE, 301 Chester Pike, Norwood Mass ef Christian Burial ki The Church oi St. Pose ot Lima at 9 AM Int. SS. Peter and Paul Com.

Friends may cal Thurv eve. 7-9. CREMATION? THo' DrTexjt CramateOfy ttorvto I ths LowMt Coat Minx of DiftposHton The Coat InohMMng Crttmatkm In ttif MatropoMinn PhHarie4pSia ejtrta Wetzel I Soi Inc. 1 Robert Wetitl, Sapv. ByBurrVanAtta Inquirer Hall Writer Rosalie Brown Dolan, 87, a prominent sportswoman who gave her love to orphans and refugees of two wars, died Thursday in Rheims, France.

Formerly of Ithan Nook in Rosemont, she lived in Paris and with her family at Seaweed in Newport, R.I.; in Aiken, S.C.. and in Wynnewood. Miss Dolan, who was born in Paris, was the daughter of Clarence W. and Rosalie B. Dolan, people prominent in utility and banking circles.

She was given a proper upbringing and learned to sail and ride at an early age. She attended the Shipley School in Bryn Mawr. She divided her time between riding in Aiken, following the hounds in Radnor and sailing off Newport. That pleasant time ended with the outbreak of World War I. She felt a calling.

She went to France in 1917 and served with Anne Morgan's Volunteer Unit, aiding civilians in the shattered northern part of France, often under direct fire, sometimes under shelling. For her work, Marshal Henri-Philip Petain decorated her with the Croix de Guerre with two palms. The salutation was for bravery and dedication. After the war, she made a commitment. She attended Johns Hopkins Nursing School in Baltimore and took advanced degrees as an Army graduate nurse at Walter Reed Hospital.

Thus equipped, she went back to France, fixed up an 18th-century chateau at Gionges on the Marne, about 25 miles from Paris, and started a school for orphans and boys who had been battered by the war and needed special care. She also continued her work with Miss Morgan's American Friends of France throughout the 1920s and 1930s, returning to the United States now and then for a family visit, a sailing competition or two and, occasionally, a vacation. Miss Dolan, who was known to her children and her friends as "Rose," was back in France in 1940 when the "phony war" ended and Hitler's blitzkrieg rolled across the Low Countries and breached the Maginot Line. In a letter, she told of trying to get children out of Alsace to somewhere south of the Seine. Writing "from the front" on May 14, she said: "I am frightened, yes oh, God terrified, but we've got to get the children out.

But the Germans don't want them to get away safely. They machine-gun them in the roads, these poor, poor people without homes without food. "We are following the refugees trying to give them food when we can't find any and care for them on their dreadful journey." Later, she confided that she had learned the secret of driving while under air attack. Part of it, she said, was never to look up, to use the refugees' faces to tell where the planes were and where they were strafing. Deaths here Ann Grier Poole, 72, a volunteer worker, died Monday at Taylor Hospital.

She lived in Swarthmore. The widow of Donald Whitman Poole, a partner in Poole a brokerage house specializing in Pennsylvania municipal bonds, she devoted her free time to volunteer work with Taylor Hospital, the Delaware County chapter of the American Cancer Society, Swarthmore Presbyterian Church and Avenue Methodist Church in Milford, Del. Survivors: sons, the Rev. Donald W. Poole and John five grandchildren and a sister.

Services: 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Swarthmore Presbyterian Church. Walter H. Schorle, 77, a general contractor and civic worker, died Sunday at Gcrmantown Hospital. He lived in the Germantown section.

A lifelong resident of the area, he founded the Cowtown Association of Germantown, was active in the Germantown Civic Association and Tedyuscung Rifle Association and was scoutmaster for St. Vincent's Troop 207. He was also a noted sport fisherman. Survivors: wife, Catharine; daughters, M. M.

Ziegler and Catherine sons, Walter Roger, and Joseph 13 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren, three brothers, and two sisters. Services: Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Wednesday, St. Vincent de Paul Church, Germantown. Theodore M.

Goldman, 52, a certified public accountant, died Monday at Jeanes Hospital in Fox Chase. He lived in the Lafayette Hill section of Montgomery County. Former president of the Milton Silverman he became a partner in Frank, Frank Goldman, certified public accountants, in Wynnewood when the firms merged last year. A veteran of the Korean War, he was a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He was a member of Congregation Or Ami.

Survivors: wife, Edith; son, Neil; daughters, Barbara and Stephanie; mother, Shirley Silverman, and a sister. George R. Koski 59, an employee of The Inquirer, died Friday at Fitzgerald Mercy Medical Center. He lived in Darby. A plant engineer for 14 years in The Inquirer Building, Mr.

Koski was Rosalie Brown Dolan during a "Peoples faces turn upward to look," she said. "The truck makes so much noise I can't hear them (the planes), so I watch the refugees' faces on the roadside. The planes come so close down. Damn them!" France fell in June and the slight, gray-haired woman and her refugees found themselves in more peaceful surroundings in unoccupied (Vichy) France. Ignoring suggestions that she leave, she continued to work, with the Committee American de Secours Civils and with the Red Cross.

She gave much of her time to distributing milk sent from America to schoolchildren, seeing that they were given a bit of extra care and sending them off for "fresh-air vacations" in the country. Miss Dolan made herself personally responsible for aid sent to France. She made sure that it went to the children and the refugees. "No German got a drop of that milk," she later declared. The lull ended in 1943 when she and other Red Cross workers were interned.

They were held at Baden Baden in the Black Forest until 1944 when they were repatriated aboard theGripsholm. While they were imprisoned, Miss Dolan made a deep impression on her captors. She and her fellow internees were permitted small gardens. She chose to grow strawberries. All went well until the berries ripened and she found a German soldier sampling the fruit.

Grabbing a pitchfork, she attacked from the rear and scored a direct hit. Guards took her directly to the commandant. As she told the story, the camp commandant asked if she had "speared" one of his soldiers. With a former employee of the Veterans Hospital in Philadelphia and spent 10 year aboard ship as a merchant seaman. Survivors: wife, Roberta; sons, George R.

Jr. and William; daughter, Joyce Proulx; five grandchildren, a sister and three brothers. Services: Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Blessed Virgin Mary Church, Darby. Larry E.

O'Keefe, 57, an insurance representative, died Saturday in Chestnut Hill Hospital. He lived in Upper Dublin Township. Conference and travel representative for the central Atlantic office of Prudential Life Insurance he was active in community affairs. He was a veteran of service in the Navy during World War II. He attended Northwestern Uniiversity.

Survivors: wife, Eleanor; son, Larry two grandchildren, a brother and a sister. In Metnoriams CAROTENUTO In loving memory ol my two tent, JIMMIE and TONY. Alwivi remembered, always loved. Sadly mitsed by Mom and Famiy DiNATALE, BOBBIE 1952-1972. In loving (namory of our ton an his 30th birthday.

To Mm you may forgotten, to olhtrs aro part of the pait but to IhoM who lovo and last you, your memory wH always last. Happy birthday, son. Wo rntss you and loyo you always, love Mom A Dad Death Notices ADELMAN Apr! 24, 1902, BESSIE Into KOPPLE) at SMI OM York Rd, wMt ol Iho lata Samual, slsttr of Anna Robin, Ethot Roienfetd, Dorothy A dolman, Svtvta Ruth, Boatrlco Kuril, Abraham and Irvtn Koppta. Relatives and frtonds ara invited to travosldo servlcas Wads. 2 PM tt the Har Hobo Com, (Sac H) BERSCHLER AVILA MARY (not LornberdO, Aprl 24, 19tt, ol Modla Phla.) survived by har husband Chariot, nor daughters Peggy SdiraMwr, Maria A via, hor brothor Larry Lambardl, hor slitor Christina Lata, and 1 orandchl-dren.

Rotattvos and trlonds aro tnvttod to hor tunorol on Thurs. at tha ROBERT L. D-ANJOLELL MEMORIAL HOME OF OVERBROOK, 4504-20 Havorford Phla. Mass ol Christian Burial, 10 St. Cailstus Church.

Int. SS. Pttor and Paul Com. Frtonds may cat Thurs. morning M0 to 9:30 AM (Parkin on pramisos) BAUER JOHN at FoastorvHa on Aprl 1912, apt 74 beloved husband ol thole Maria E.

(not Austin), de-votod brothor of Gertrude A. Bauer. Relatives and friends aro Invited to the Memorial Service Thurs, ova. JO PM alt The Foastervllle Community Reformed Church, Street Rd A Busttoton Pike, Feaster-vHe, Pa. 19047.

Memorials to the above named churcn or the Trinity Presbyterian Church, Frank lord Ave. and Cambria Pa. If 134 preferred by fomty. (Arr. by WM.

ROW EM GRANT FUNERAL HOME INC, Southampton) BENNETT Aprl 24fh, 1912, EDWARD of Menevunk, husband of the late Anna (nee Duoanli also survived by his mother Carrie, 1 sisters Anna Yamatel and Helen Amtre; lite survtved by his sons, a daughter and 1 granddaughters. Relehves, friends, members of CahN Cheterten American Legion Pott No. ON Invited to cal Ol the TURNER ANO SON FUNERAL HOME, O02I Ride Roxberoogh en Thurs. from tJO-ll AM to attend his viewing) alto an Thurs. at 1 1 AM to attend Ms funeral service (no vlewlnf Wad.

ova.) Int. Geortl Washington Memorial Park. out hesitation, she answered, "Of course." The commandant replied with a smile, "Congratulations." Back home, her first order of business was to attend a concert of the Philadelphia Orchestra. Her second was to get the aid flowing to France again. Her work won her more honors.

This time the French government awarded here the Medale Militaire Legion de Honore and another Croix de Guerre. Her reply was to found a school for orphans at Rheims. In 1967, the mayor of Soissons awarded her the keys to his city in recognition of her 50 years of service to France. As much as she loved her second country, friends said, she loved sailing more. She competed whenever competition was possible, one of the few women to do so.

She continued to sail until shortly before her death. Her last major trip was on a ship she chartered out of the Virgin Islands last fall. Her 41-foot yawl, the Sea Hawk, was being readied at Northeast Harbor, Maine, for its annual sailing on June 15. Reckoned a sailor of note, she owned five boats and was a member of the New York Yacht Club, the Ida Lewis Yacht Club, the NK Harbor Fleet, and the New Bedford Yacht Club. Friends said she usually spent "four or five months" at sea each year.

She is survived by a sister, Rita Dolan Sellar, and nephews and nieces. A memorial service is to be held at 4 p.m. May 5 at St. Colman's Church on Lancaster Avenue in Ardmore. She will be buried in Soissons on Thursday.

Services: Mass of Christian Burial, 11 a.m. Wednesday, St. Alphonsus Church, Maple Glen. Robert A. Kolb 81, a former Philadelphia investment broker, died Saturday at Abington Memorial Hospital.

He lived in Rydal Park. He worked as manager and partner in a number of companies, including Eliason, Cobb Cobb, Carroll Hecker Yarnell Biddle Elkins, Morris, Stroud and Biorsen Co. Active in Masonic organizations, he was a member of the Union League and was a member of the board of trustees of St. James United Methodist Church for 50 years. Survivors: wife, Gladys; son, Dr.

Robert daughter, Barbara R. Beit-tel; 10 grandchildren, eight greatgrandchildren and a sister. Death Notices BOIKO Aprl 24, 1982, MICHAEL, beloved husband of the lata Katharine. Relatives and friends are invited to the viewing and funeral Thurs. 9 AM, from St.

Nicholas R.O. Church, 7th and Brown Sts. Burial services 10 AM bit. Oakland Com. Arr.

by KOCIUBINSKY FUNERAL HOME, BRAUNER Aprl 24, 1982, HERMAN, of West beloved brother of Mrv Nathan (Rose) Yesorsky, Mrs. Jack (Amo) Shatter, Morris and Samuel Brauner) also survived by 3 nephews and 2 nieces. Herman Brauner was an Army Veteran, World War II, a newspaper editor for the Army, a U.S. Postal Worker and former entertainer, (known os Services aro private. Shiva wi be observed at the residence of Mr.

A Mrv MorrH Brauner, 140 EdoehM Bala Cvnwvd, Pa. Contributions In his memory may be made to The American Cancer Society. (ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS) BROWN Suddntv, on Aprl 27, 1912, IDA CAROLYN BROWN, who of the lata Rev. Frank M. Brown, sister of Kathryn Pflaum.

Service for relatives and friends on Fit II AM ot the Lutheran Church of Holy Communion, Chestnut West of list St. Memorials may be sent to the Lutheran Home ol Germantown, 191 19. CAHAN Aprl 27, 1992, ROSE (nee Sorvetnick wife of the late Salomon, formerly of the Movfalr Atlantic City, N.J., mother ot Or. Herbert Cahan, Dr. Leonard Cahan and Mr.

Bernard Cahan, mother-in-law of Mrs. Beraice Cahan, Mrs. Shirley Cahan and Mrs. Col Cahan; alsa Survived by 7 grandchildren and 1 great grandchildren. Retattvot and friends are Invited to funeral services Frl.

I PM precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," 4410 N. Broad St. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Shiva wR be observed at The Plaia 101 So.

Plata Place, Atlantic City, N.J. Contributions In her memory may be made to the R.N.S. Cancer Fund, Atlantic City, NJ. or the The Heart Fund. COLBERG Of Wrtghtttown, an Anrl 27, 1982, LUCY age 45, daughter of GtgUMa Martini, mother ol Alan D.

Cotberg, Anthony OiBenedette Colberg, Krltnan A. Cotberg and Alison Colberg, sitter ol Peeov Angeluccl and Louis Martini. Mast of Christian Burial Thurs. JO AM, St. Donate1! Church, 4Mb and CaDowhil Phta.

Int. Lakevlew Memorial Flowers accepted or contributions to the American Cancer Society. ArranMments by LEWIS FUNtRAL HOME, Moorottown, N.J. SlfflBsfflllP ZrrS. DENTURES if 2L oTRAIiD M.

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