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Thursday, May 10, OBITUARIES 22-D Joseph A. Tumelty, 85, career sports journalist Joseph A. Tumelty, 85, a sportswrit-er and broadcaster during the 1920s . and '30s, died Monday at Fair Acres Geriatric Center. Middletown Town-ship, Delaware County. He lived in Lansdowne. - Mr. Tumelty retired from his sports journalism career in 1971 after 40 years as an assistant sports editor at The Inquirer. Born and raised in South Philadelphia, Mr. Tumelty graduated from Roman Catholic High School in 1921 and attended Villanova University. As a boy, he worked at Shibe Park, working the scoreboard during Philadelphia Athletics baseball games. He joined the Public Ledger in the mid-1920s, traveling with and writing on the Athletics, and later wrote for the Philadelphia Record. During the 19.30s, Mr. Tumelty hosted a radio talk show. He interviewed sports figures and other celebrities, including Gene Autry, and ran sports trivia contests. "He announced my birth on the air," said his son. Joseph Jr. Mr. Tumelty was the second-oldest member of Philadelphia Sports Writers Association and in February, he W. R. May, 76; founded Glenside funeral home William R. May, 76, founder of the William R. May Funeral Home in Glenside. died Tuesday at Holy Redeemer Hospital. A native of Philadelphia, he was a resident of Glenside for about 45 years. Mr. May founded the funeral home that bears his name in 1948. The home, at Kaston Road and Keswick Avenue, is still run by the May family. Mr. May was a member of the National, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia County and Montgomery County funeral directors' associations. He was a Navy veteran of Word War II and was a member of American Legion Post 248 and North Penn VFW Post 676, both of Glenside. He was a founding member of the Catholic War Veterans after World War II and was a member of the Knights of Columbus, James A. Flaherty Council 3128 of Glenside. and Archbishop Ryan General Assembly. Mr. May was a member of the Greater Glenside Chamber of Com 1D U!Cn rnrxn n m m e 'i LiU ClPJl Read us just on Sunday and you only see the tip of the iceberg. Read us during the week and you'll uncover some wonderful things. Why not get the feeling you have right now, during the week? Don't say we didn't tip you off. THINK OF IT AS A WAY TO READ EVERYTHING AT ONCE. I i 1 i For Home Delivery call: 215-665-1234 in Philadelphia 800 222-2765 in Pennsylvania 600-523-9068 m New Jersey A Delaware 1990 The Philadelphia Inquirer was honored at the group's banquet During the 1940s, he served as presi dent of the association, of which he had been a member for more than 60 years. A member of St. Philomena Roman Catholic Church in Lansdowne, Mr, Tumelty was active in the church as an usher. He also took a leading role in the Philadelphia archdiocese's an nual charity drive. He was a member of the Santa Anna Council of the Knights of Columbus and the Serra Club. Surviving are his wife of 63 years, Anne B. Touey Tumelty; daughter, Sister Anne Fidelis I.H.M.; son, Jo seph C; brother, Charles; three grandchildren, and two great-grand children. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 1 1 a.m. tomorrow at St Philomena Church, Baltimore and Highland Avenues in Lansdowne Viewing will be before the service. He will be buried at SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery in Marple Township. Donations may be made to Camilla Hall Infirmary, Immaculata, Pa 19345. merce and former member of the Glenside Kiwanis Club. He also was a member of the St. Vincent de Paul Society and the Ushers Society of St. Luke's Church, Glenside. He was a volunteer for numerous years in the Catholic Charity Appeal of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. His survivors include his wife, Mary C. McDermott May; daughters, Eileen Kiefer, Kathleen M. Seweryn and Sharon A. Etre; son Harry M., and 13 grandchildren. A viewing will be held after 7 p.m. today at the May Funeral Home in Glenside. A Mass of Christian Burial will be sung at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Church of St. Luke the Evangelist, Kaston Road and Fairhill Avenue, Glenside. Burial will follow at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Cheltenham. Donations may be made to the Holy Redeemer Hospital Tower Fund, 1648 Huntingdon Pike. Meadowbrook, Pa. 19046. i ' a b pfSn Shears c Death Notices AQUILA May 8, mo, MARIA (nee Zernone), Moved wife of the tote Lorenzo, devoted mottier ot nose nnacnota, Anna FimeUo, Jennie A. Capilli, Frank, Leonard and me late Michael and Anthony Aquila and Mary Dinner, also survived by 1 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren, a brother, Leonard Zernone, a sitter, Antoinette Bubanv. Relatives, friends invited to her viewing and funeral Sat., 9 AM, CASSIZZI FUNERAL HOME, 2913-17 E. Thompson St., followed by Mass of Christian Burial, II AM, Mother of Divine Grace Church. Int. Resurrection Cem. No viewing Fri. eve. BAXTER On Mav I, I990, LEONA L. (nee Johnson), of Drexet Hid, beloved wife ot Robert J , dear mother of Man-lynne R. Rogers, Bonnie A. O'MaHev and Diane B. Jones; also survived by I grandchildren, 4 nieces and one nephew. Relatives and friends are invited to her funeral Sat., 9 AM, at THE FUNERAL HOME OF M. F. WILLIAMS, Baltimore and Summit Aves., Cltf-ton Hgts., where friends may caH Frl. eve. 7 to 9 PM Mass of Christian Burial, Sat., 10 AM, St. Charles Borromeo Church, Burmont Rd. and Dennison Ave., Drexel Hill. Int. St. Charles Cem. In lieu of flowers Mass Cards or contributions to The American Society, no N. Providence Rd., Media, Pa. 19M3 would be appreciated by the tamilv. BECK On Mav I, 1990, JOSEPH A. SR., beloved husband of Dolores M. (nee Walts), father of Dolores Turner, Katharine McNamara, Joseph A. Jr., Joan Ann Trefz and John F.; also survived bv II grandchildren and one sister, Dorothy Hemple. Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing Fri. eve. 7 to 9 PM, BURNS FUNERAL HOME, 1478 E. Columbia Ave. (at Fkd. Ave ). Service of Christian Burial, Sat., 10 AM, Bethel Baptist Church, 2210 E. Susquehanna Avt. Int. Palmer Cem. No flowers. BELL Mav 8, 1990, JOSEPH, husband of Lillian, of North Miami Beach, Fla., formerly of Phila., father of Navda Miller and Harllvn and Ed Zimmerman, brother of Fannie Paul and Eddie Bell, also survived bv 5 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral service Fri., 1 1 AM precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Mt. Jacob Cem. Shiva witl be observed at 1620 Farrington Rd. Contributions In his memory mav be made to The American Cancer Society. BELL On Mav 9, 1990, O'NEIL, in New Port Richev, Fla beloved husband of Ruth (nee Fleetwood), formerly of Phila., age 66; also survived bv a son Bruce Ben of Knoxville, Term, and 3 daughters Barbara Begnaud of Marti on, N.J., Linda Coccia of Mantua, N.J. and Ethel Mtnhens of Tuckerton, N.J., and his former wife Ethel k. Gardner, 1 brothers Lerov ben ot tnanestown, Md., William Bell of Linvine, N.C., 2 sisters Dora New of Lester, Pa. and Loraine Jones of Media, Pa., 8 grandchildren and one great grandson. Relatives and friends are invited to the Memorial Service on Sun. evening at 7 PM at THE BRADLEY FUNERAL home, Rte. 73 and Evesham Rd., wanton, N.J. it desired memorial donations mav be made to the Central Golfside Hospice, Inc., 7606 AAassachusetts Ave. New Port Richev, Fla. 34653. BERARDONI NANCY (nee HM), age 37, on May 9, 1990, of Malvern, Pa., beloved wife of Joseph J., dear mother of John J. and Joseph A. Berardoni, dear daughter of Catherine S. Hill and the late A. Windheid HM, Jr., sister of Andrew W. Hill, III, Geoffrey J. Hill, Gregory J. Hid, Catherine H. Pierce and Maureen H. Davis. Mass of Christian Burial Fri. II AM, St. Patrick's Church, 104 Charming Ave.. Malvern. Friends mav call at the Church from 10 AM until Mass time. Int. Holv Cross Cem., Yeadon. In lieu of flowers contributions in Nancy's name mav be made to Paoli Cancer Center Program, co Paoli Memorial Hospital, Paoli, Pa. 1930). Arr. DOYLE -STONE LAKE OF LANSDOWNE. BRUCKNER May 8, 1990, WALTER E of Willow Grove, beloved husband of the late Cecilia, dear father of Dolores E. and Helene C. Cavallere; also survived bv 7 grandchil dren, one 9reat grandchild, one great great grandchild and a sister, Helen Schrover. Relatives and friends are invited to a Mass of Christian Burial, Fri., 10 AJW, at St. David's Church, Easton Rd. and Summit Ave., Willow Grove. Int. Holv Sepulchre Cem. (Arr. bv JOHN J. BRYERS, INC.) BUSHONG CHRISTINA (nee McOoskev). on Mav 9. 1990. of East Lansdowne, wife of the late James J. Bu thong, Jr. and mother of James J., Ml, John F. and Jerome P. Bu shone and Christina M. Brett, sister of Lucv Camo- bell, Cecelia Leonard and Bridget McOoskev; also survived bv 7 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to her viewing Thurs. eve., 7 to 9 PJW, at St. Cyril's Church, Penn Blvd., East Lansdowne and on Fri. morning, 8:30 to 9:30 AJVL, at THE JOHN P. DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME. Walnut St. and Cod- ley Rd., Upper Darby. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 ajvi., Fn., st cvrtrs Church, nt. 55. Peter and Pau Cem. In lieu of flowers, contributions to St. Cyril's Church would be appreciated. USZA On Mav 8, 1990, CECELIA (nee Garstka), age 80, beloved wife of Raul, dear mother of Arnold, dear grandmother Of Christopher, Marie, Bernadette and Michelle. Relatives and friends are invited to her viewing and funeral on Sat., at 8 AJW, from THE JOHN J. CERANKOWSKI FUNERAL HOME, 26JS- Orthodox St. Mass of Christian Bur a . 0 AJW. St. John Cantius Church. Int. Holv Redeemer Cem. No viewing Fri. eve. Mass Cards or donations to St. John Cantius Church preferred bv the family. UTLER May 8, 1990, of Glenn Riddle, MARY J. (nee McDonald), wife of Joseph L-, Sr., mother of Olivia M. and Joseph L., Jr., sister of John F. McDonald, Jr. Relatives and friends invited to Mass of Christian Burial, ri. 1 1 ajvl St. Anastasia Church, west Chester Pike. Newtown Square. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Friends mav call at the church Fri. between 10 and 10:45 AM No calling hours Thurs. eve. Contributions to Sacred Heart Hospice, 9th and Wilson Sts., Chester, Pa. 19013 in her memory would be appreciated. Arr. bv MARTIN P. BEAN AND SON FUNERAL HOME. CAMPBELL MARGUERITE (nee French), on Mav 8, 1990, formerly of Kensington and Frankford, beloved wife of the late Charles, mother of the late Charles, Marguerite Ellenbast, Marie Campbell and Rose Scott; loving grandmother of Regina Ganti and her children, Michael and Christopher Gantz. Dorothy Ellenbast, Chanes H. and Stephen CamobeM, Nancy Neate, Peggy and Allvson (nee Campbell), George Scott and the late Jerry Nelson and Rudv Ellenbast, Jr.; also survived by 22 great grandchildren and 10 great great grandchildren. Sadly missed by her dear friends, Joann Funkev and Patricia McCade. Relatives, friends and members of St. Anne's Senior Citizens are invited to her viewing Sat., 9 AJW, and Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AJW, at St. Boniface Church, Diamond and Hancock Sts., Phila. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Masses would be appreciated. FLUEHR -SUSQUEHANNA AVE. CAMPBELL On Mav 8, 1990, DOROTHY (nee Luba), beloved wife of Thomas E. CampbeM of Phila, devoted mother of Stacy M, beloved daughter of Peter and Maria Sofco-lowski Luba, dear sister of Peter M. Luba. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral on Sat. morning at 840 at THE KOCIUBINSKY FUNERAL HOME, 30S-07-09 E. Girard Ave, Phda., followed bv Requiem Divine Liturgy in the Cathedral of The Immaculate Conception, Franklin and Brown Sts. at 9:00 AJW Int. St. Mary's Cem., Foxchase. Expressions of sympathy in the form of memorial contributions to the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, 2200 Bentamin Franklin Parkway, Phila., Pa. 19103 would be preferred. There will be no calling hours Friday evening. CARNEY May 9, 1990, WILLIAM MICHAEL, JR., of Rosemont, Pa., husband of Margaret CarroN Mullen Carnev, father of 3 daughters and now sons M. Carroll and Craig Robertson, Susan and Robert Fahev, Resie and Pat Flahertv; also survived bv 3 grandsons. Mass of Christian Burial, Sat., II AM, St. John Neumann Church, Radnor Rd. and Highland Lane, Brvn Mawr, where relatives, friends are invited after 10 AM Int. Calvary Cem. In lieu of flowers, contributions mav be sent to St. Francis Country House, 14th St. and Lansdowne Ave., Darby, Pa. 19023 or The Hospice Program of the Brvn Mawr Hosp., Brvn Mawr, Pa. 19010. (McCONAGHY FUNERAL SERVICE, Ardmore) CARROLL ALEXANDER, age 71, Tues., Mav 1, 1990, survived bv 2 sons, Richard and Kenneth CarroN and one sister, Madeline Madison of WMingboro, NJ. Services Sat., Mav 12, 1990, 10 o'clock AM, at Grace Baptist Church of Germantown, 2S W. Johnson St., Phila., 19119. Int. Iw HA Cem., Phila. (Arr. by FLETCHER H. TOWNSEND FUNERAL HOME.) CATHERINE May 1, 1990, JOSEPHINE B. (nee Berth ), wife of Mi chael J. Catherine, sister of Clare Manning; also survived bv many nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to her viewing and funeral on Fri., I AM, at BURNS FUNERAL HOME, 9700 Frankford Ave. Mass of Christian Burial. 9:30 AM. St. Jerome's Church. No viewing Thurs. eve. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. m lieu of flowers. Mass Cards preferred. CLARK AOAM LAYNE. Mav 7. 1990. son of Raymond Lavno Clark and Chrishne Keenan Clark, brother of Tracy Arm Clark. Relatives and friends invited to Memorial Mass Fri. II AM, Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Media. Interment private. Memorial contributions to The U.S. Ski Education Foundation, P.O. Bon 100, Park Cltv, Utah (4060. Arr. DILL-SWEENEY FUNERAL HOME. COOPER May 9, 1990. HARRIET SUSAN (nee Goldberg), wife ot Jerry, mother of Fave Reed and Alan Cooper, sister of Arnold Goldberg and Evelyn Masmo; also survived bv one grandchild. Relatives and friends are invited to Funeral Services Fri. 10:30 AM precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad SI. mt. Mt. Sharon Cem. Family w return to her late residence. Contri- Ujuinmu m mn memory may KM motto to Iho l-M Chase Cancer Medical Center. CURRAN FRANCIS J , JR., of WHiamstown and Absocon area, onMay I, 1990, age 69 years, member of Sprinkler Fitters Local 692 Phila., Pa survived bv his wife. Catherine (nee Wiciko), one son, Francis J., Ill of Phila Pa., I daughters, Geraidine and Emmaline both of Witiamstown, 2 grandchildren. Mass of Christian BiT'?' 9 A' ' s Miry' R ' Church, Mam St. and Carrot Ave., WiHiamstown. Relatives and friends ElXiJ".? 'SiJ- " BELL-HENNESSY U.H"oLJ,OM x 5 M"' Wmstown, NJ. mt. St. Mary's Cerru, WtfHamitewn. CZYZEWSKI MILOA F. (nee Kotek), of Frankford, on Mav 9, 19o, fn her 12nd year, wife ot the Sate Beniamin Cmewski, beloved sister ol Viotet Vopper, Frances Shoemaker, the late Stella wiock, Catherine Koiek. Mane Kukhnskl and Edward Kotek; also survived by 1 nephews Rev. Msgr. Samuel Shoemaker, J.CD, Pastor St. fanahus Church, Yarotev, Pa. and Frederick Vopper, WUhamsporf, Pa. Relatives and friends are invited to her Funeral, Mon. 9 AM, at THE SLABINSKI FUNERAL HOME, 2614 Orthodox St. Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM, St. John Cantius Church, tnt. Holv Redeemer Cem. Viewing Sun 7 to 9 PM Parking on premises. F amity requests donation! m her memory to St. John Cantius Church. DAVIS On Mav 8. 190, MOLLIE (neeBraunl, wife of the last Michael, devoted mother of Miss Artene Davis, dear sister of Bernard Braun Services and mterment at the convenience ot the famty. (Arr. STANLEY L. WISMOFF) Death Notices DOUGHERTY ANTHONY J. SR., age 90, of Levittown, formerly of East Fans and St. Columba Parish, on May I, 1990, former superintendent of Mt. Vernon Cem., beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Dougherty (nee Graff), loving father of Mary Hartiefl, Mabel Kane and Anthony J. jr.; also survived by 17 grandchildren and 79 great grandchildren. Family and friends are invited to calling hours 9 to I M0 AM., Sat., at THE JAMES J. DOUGHERTY FUNERAL HOME, INC., 7200 Trenton Rd., Levittown, Pa. Mass of Christian Burial celebrated II AJVL, Queen of the Universe Church, Levittown. Int. Resurrection Cem., Bensalem. DRENNING May I, 1990, HELENA MILDRED (MILLIE), of Wayne, Pa., survived by 3 sisters and 2 brothers. Relatives and friends are invited to her Memorial Mass of Christian Burial, Sat., 10 AM., St. Katharine of Siena Church, N. Aberdeen and Lancaster Aves, Wayne. Int. private. In lieu of flowers, memorials mav be sent to the charity of the donor's choice. (McCONAGHY FUNERAL SERVICE, Ardmore) DUFFY JOANNE P., on Mav 7, 1990, beloved daughter of Josephine (nee Rattican) and the late John J., devoted sister of John J. Jr., Mary Jane T. Hughes, aunt of Kathleen M. Lowrv and Susan O. Her Mass of Christian Burial win be 11:30 AM, Fri., St. Francis DeSales D C. Church, 47lh and Springfield Ave., Phifa. Viewing one hour prior to the Mass in the Church. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Arr. by VRAIM EGAN Suddenly Mav 7, 1990, JAMES E. SR., beloved husband of Lorna Jean (nee Shingleton), father of James E. Jr., Candy Perri and Richard; also survived bv 4 grandchildren. Relatives, friends and members of The Phila. Police Dept., The Legion of Cornelius, F.O.P. Lodge No.5 and The F AM Lodge No. 529 are invited to his Funeral Service Fri. 10 AM, BURNS FUNERAL HOME, 9701 Frankford Ave. (at Filler St.). Int. Resurrection Cem. Viewing Thurs. eve. 7 to 9. Masonic Service a PM Thurs. eve. ELLIOTT EVA TERESA (nee Guv), May 8, 1990, an employee of First Penna. Bank for 43 years. Memorial Mass Sat., Mav 12, 10 AM, Holv Angels Church, 70th and Broad Sis. Donations to the Sacred Heart Home for Incurable Cancer, Hunting Park Ave. and York Rd., Phila., Pa., 19140, would be appreciated. FANELLI tn Pheenixvifte, on Mav 8, 1990, ROY, husband of Rose Marie (nee Hoieckl) Fanefli and son of Martha Branoo Fanefli of 87 Rossiter Ave., PheenixviHe, age 62 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral on Sat., Mav 12, 1990, at 8:30 AM, from the DEVLIN ROSMOS KEPP FUNERAL HOME, INC., Mam St. at 4th Ave, Phoenixville. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Sat., at 9 AM, in St. Ann's Church. Int. St. Ann's Cem. Friends mav call at the funeral home Fri. eve., 7 to 9. In lieu of flowers, contributions mav be made to the American Cancer Society, Box 13, Royersford, Pa. 19468. FORD May 7, 1990, EUGENE I., a retired Phila. Fireman, a retired Traffic Manager for the State Hospital, an active member in the 54lh Ward Republican Party. Husband of Mary Ford (nee Kuranti), father ol Dolores Ford. Relatives, friends and members of the League of Sacred Heart are invited to his viewing and funeral on Fri., 10 AM, BURNS FUNERAL HOME, . 9708 Frankford Ave. (at Fitter St.). Mass of Christian Burial, 12 Noon, St. Martin of Tours Church. No viewing Thurs. eve. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. In lieu of flowers Mass Cards or contributions to St. Martin of Tours Memorial Fund, 5450 Roosevelt Blvd., Phila. i , i ,i wouio oe appreciated. FRICK Mav I, T990, FREDERICK F., beloved husband of SteMa Fried (nee Koniuk), devoted father of Frederick S. and Deborah L. Frick, brother of Robert A. Frick.; also survived bv 3 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to his Services Saturday, TO AJW. MANNAL FUNERAL. HOME, 6925 Frankford Ave. (at Tvson), where friends may call Fri. eve. 7 to 9 PJW Int. Forest Hills Cem. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions mav be made to the American Kidney Foundation, 4113 Executive Blvd., Suite 1010, Rock- vtHe, Md. 70852. FRIEDMAN MARILYN (nee Roberts), on Mav 4, 1990, wife of Daniel Friedman, of Alexandria, Va., daughter of the late Rae and Jack Roberts. Sister of Ann Roberts, of Phila. Services and interment were held Mav 6, at IVES-PEARSON FUNERAL HOME, Arlington, Va. Memorials mav be to The Myasthenia Gravis Foundation in her memory. GORHAM Suddenly Mav 8, 1990, JOHN E., beloved father of John E., Jr., Roseanne, Mary Starr, Lillian Alvarez, George, Ruth Baggett and Bryan and Francis Meyer, brother of Mary Lou Schwartzer, Franny, Charlotte Hasslett, Kathleen Orr, Raymond, Robert, Patricia Leister, Joan Col well, Thomas and James; also survived bv 71 grandchildren. Relatives, friends and employees of Lupton Steel and Members of Wlssonlmtng Yacht CLub are invited to funeral Saturday, 8 AJW, HOLLEN FUNERAL HOME, 726-28 E. Allegheny Ave. Mass of Christian Burial, Church of the Ascension, 9 AJW Int. New Cathedral Cem. Friends mav call Fri. eve. 7 to 9. GRITZ Mav 9, 1990, ABRAHAM, husband of the late Dorothy (nee Kominskv), father of Lesley Harvey and Randy Grrti; devoted grandfather of Dawn and Jerrett, brother of Blanche Schoenbart and the late Rose Greenstein. Services Friday, 2 PM precisely ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS, 4720 N. Broad St. (455-0100). Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family witl return to the Harvey residence. It is suggested that contributions in his memory may be made to The American Heart Assn. or charrtv of donor's choice. GROYER Mav 8, 1990, JANE F. (nee McDvre), of Mt. Airy, dear wife of James C. (former employee of The Phila. Evening Bulletin), beloved mother of James P., Jeanne Henry, Paul C, Teresa Em me, Thomas A., Daniel, Rev. David A., Andrew, Cecilia Gannon, Neil A. and Vincent J.; grandmother of 12, sister of Mary McAnultv, Francis W., and Anne Cheney. Relatives, and friends are invited to a viewing Thurs. eve. 7 PJW, and Frl., 8:30 AJW, at THE JOHN F. MURRAY FUNERAL HOME, 1718-20 Bethlehem Pike, Flour-town. Mass of Christian Burial, Fri., 10 AJW, Holy Cross Church, 154 E. Mt. Airy Ave., Phila. 19119. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. tn lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Holy Cross Church Educational Fund at me above address. GUBERNICK May 9, 1990, HARRY ISRAEL, husband of Jane (nee Rothmif), father of Harris Gubermck and the late Thea Klein, grandfather of Brian and Amy Klein, Justin, Ashley and Terrence Gubermck. Relatives and friends are invited to Funeral Services Fri. 10 AJW precisely. "GOLDSTEINS' SUBURBAN NORTH," 310 Second St. Pike, Southampton, Pa. (bet. County Line and Street Rds.) Int. Montefiore Cem. Shiva wiN be observed at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Harris Gubernick. Contributions in his memory mav be made to The American Cancer Society. HAWORTH Mav 8, 1990, STEPHANIE R. (nee Kiebato), beloved wife of Harry J., devoted mother of Rosemary Scara-muzza, Susan Zukowski and Eileen Makara; also survived bv 4 grandchildren, her mother, Rose Osepchuk and one brother, Walter Kiebalo. Relatives, friends invited to her funeral on Sat., 7:45 AJW, BURNS FUNERAL HOME, 9708 Frankford Ave. (at Fitter St.). Mass of Christian Burial, 9 AJW, St. Jerome's Church. Int. Ressurection Cem. Viewing Fri. eve. 7 to 9 PJW HICKEY REV. JOHN JEROME (Lt. Col., U.S. Army Retired), on Mav 7, 1990, in Jacksonville, Fla., born in Co. Kerry, Ireland, formerly of Phila., Pa., beloved brother of Kathleen O'Donoghue, Bridie McCloskev, the late Michael, Timothy, Joseph and Edmund Hickev, Johanna Flvnn and Helen McGee; also survived bv his loving nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to Concefebrated Mass of Christian Burial Fri., 12 Noon, St. Laurence Church, West Chester Pike at St. Laurence Rd., Upper Darby, Pa., where Father witl lie in state after II AM. Int. Holy Cross Cem. (Arr. bv THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, M0 1 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby, Pa.) HODGSON THELMA L. (nee Lehmier), age 13, on Mav 1, 1990, of Barnesboro, Pa., survived bv her grandsons, James and David Ateshire and 6 great grandchildren. Funeral services Sat., 1 PM, at THE LONG FUNERAL HOME, Barnesboro, Pa. Int. North Barnesboro Cem. In lieu of flowers expressions of sympathy mav be made to Chandler Hat) Hospice, Newtown, Pa. Phila. services bv THE HAROLD B. MULLIGAN FUNERAL HOME 229-3000. IANNACCNE On May 7, 1990, NICANDRO, husband of Marie E. (nee Rodgers), of Somerdale, N.J., age St, father of Donna Owens, Theresa Quarto, Marie lannacone, Cathy Flexon and Nicholas, brother ot Carmen, Joseph, Albert, George and Anthony, grandfather of Christine, Terri, Ketli, Tommy, Chad and Chase and many nieces and nephews. Mass of Christian Burial Fn. 9:30 AM from Our Lady of Grace Church, Somerdale, N.J. hit. Gate of Heaven Cem., Berlin, N.J. Viewing Thurs. eve. 7 to 9 from, THE EUGENE J. ZALE FUNERAL HOME, INC, 712 N. White Horse Pike, Stratford, N.J. In lieu of flowers family prefers Mass Cards or donations to the American Heart Assn., 600 White Horse Pike, Audubon, NJ. 01 106. JOHNSON On Mav 9, 1990, MARGARET NIXON (nee Rowe ) Of Darbv, Pa., befoved wife of the late John F. Nixon and Ronald B. Johnson, devoted mother of Patricia Ann Nixon, Jean Harbin, Mary Emma Young and John F. Huron; also survived bv S grandchildren and her sister, Bermce Clarke. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral on Sat. morning at 1 1 o'clock at THE CAVANAGH FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, 301 Chester Pike, Norwood. Mass of Christian Burial, 1 noon, in the Church of the B.VM Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Friends mav ca at CAVANAGH'S Friday evening 7 to 9. E xpressions of sympathy in the form of memorial contributions to the Sacred Heart Homo, 1315 W. Hunting Park Ave. PMi Pa. 19140, would be preferred. KIENZLE BEATRICE (Murray), age 63, on May 9, 1990, at her sons, Raymond A., of Trenton, and Lawrence J., of TurnersvMo, NJ., a brother, Joseph Murray, of Livingston, NJ., also surviving are 4 grandchildren. Mass ot Christian Burial, 12 Noon, Saturday, St. Nicholas Church, Egg Harbor City, NJ. Friends mav cak Fn. eve 7-9 PM and after II AM, Sat, THE WIMBERG FUNERAL HOME, 400 Liverpool Ave., Egg Harbor -Crtv, NJ. (6O9-96S-0357). kit. Gormama Com. KIESEL Of Otnev, Mav I, 1990, WILLIAM F. KIESEL, SR., age lot, husband of the late Blanche G. (nee Ward), and father at the late Blanche and the late William F. Kiesol, Jr. Relatives and friends are etvited to Graveside Services Friday, 11 AM, at Lawnvtew Com. Rocktedgo, Pa. (BISHOP) KIJAK Mav 9, 199, SOPHIE, beloved sister of Genevieve Hoinowski, sadty missed bv S nieces and 3 nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to the viewing and funeral Sat.,8 AM, JOSEPH T. SEKULA FUNERAL HOME, INC., 26J4 E. AOegnenv Ave. (Cor. of Thompson St.). Mass ot Christian Burial, 10 AM, St. Adalbert's Church, mt. St Peter's Cem. Ne viewing Frl eve. fa beu of towers. Mass Cards or donations ta St. Adalbert" s Church requested bv the fenutv m memory KLARXAN Mav I, 1990, LOUIS JOSEPH, husband of Eleanor (nee Smith-Pelese), of Cherry Hit, NJ., a son Wioiam Patese, brother of Florence Loewy and Svhna Solomon, grandfather of Jeffrey Petese and Gregory Pales; also survived bv nieces and nephews. Retattves and friends are invited to services Fri. 10 AM. PL ATT MEMORIAL CHAPELS, 2001 HaoVJonheid-Berhn Rd., Cherry H. NJ. mt. Montefrore Cem. Fomdv wet return t the late residence. Relatives and friends may cat Fri t JO AM- It AM at the chapeL Death Notices KOCZAN May 1, 1990 MARY FRANCES (nee Woiniak ), wife of the late Stanley B. Kocian, formerly of Annapolis, MD, Mary was the sister of the late Anthony Woiniak, Adam Woiniak, William Woiniak, Beatrice Mivncik, Sophie Socha and Frank Beckta; she is also survived by many nieces and nephews and many grand nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to her viewing and funeral, Fri. 1:30 AJVL at THE SLABINSKI FUNERAL HOME, 214 OrlhodOK St. Mass ot Christian Burial, 10:30 AJW St. Adalbert's Church, kit. St Stanislaus Cosfke Cem., SavreviHe, N.J. In lieu of dowers, Mary's lamilv would appreciate donations in her memory to St. Adalbert's Church. KONRAD Of Holmesburg, suddenly, Mav I, 1990, ANNAMAE (nee Flovd), beloved wife of the late Joseph L. Sr., and mother of John P. and the late Joseph L. Konrad, Jr.; survived bv I grandchildren. Relatives, friends and members of St. Dominic's, Good Shepherd and Emanuel Senior Citizens Clubs are invited to attend viewing and funeral Frl., 1:30 AM, from JOHN F. FLUEHR AND SONS, INC., 3301-fS Cottman Ave. Mass ot Christian Burial St. Dominic's Church, 10 AJVL Int. Resurrection Cem. No viewing Thurs. eve. KRAUSE May 7, 1990, ELIZABETH C. (nee Herrmann), age 94, wife of the late Philip L and mother ot Barbara Kish and Edna Wilson, mother-in-law ot james wn-son; also survived by 1 great-grandchildren; Melissa and James Mahonev, one great-great grandchild, Eliiabeth Mane Mahonev, sister ol Barbara M. Johnston and sister-in-law of John G. Johnston. Relatives and friends and St. Martin of Tours B.VM. Sodality, are invited to the Funeral Sat. 8:30 AM at THE JOSEPH A. OUINN FUNERAL HOME, Cor. Roosevelt Blvd. and Sanger St. Mass of Christian Burial 9:30 AM St. Martin of Tours Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends mav call Fri. 7-9 PM KRISCH May t, 1990, EDWARD H., beloved husband of Ellen (nee Woflinger), father of Edward J. and Gary G.; also survived bv 4 grandchildren. Relatives, friends, members of Maternity B.VM. Senior Citiiens and Legion of Golden Friends are invited to Services Fri., 11 AM, HOLLEN FUNERAL HOME, 3160 Grant Ave. (West of Academy Rd). Int. Greenmount Cem. Friends mav call Fri. after 10 AM LECOURS STEFANY (nee Wenda), on May I, 1990, of Manor Rd., Havertown, wife of the late Ernest, survived by her daughter, Claudia Justice, her grandchildren, Janice, Jackie, Jason; also 3 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to her funeral Sat., 9:30 AJW, at THE ROBERT L. D'ANJOLELL MEMORIAL HOME OF BROOM ALL, 2811 West Chester Pike, Broomall, Mass of Christian Burial, II AJW, St. Kevin's Church. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Friends mav caH Sat. morning 9:15-10:15 AJW (Parking on premises.) LEVITATZ On May 7, 1990, IRVING, brother of Leah Sarvetnick; also survived bv cousins. Relatives and friends are invited to graveside services Thurs. 10 AM. precisely at Montefiore Cem. (Sect. 19). Arr. "GOLDSTEINS'." LIPKIN Mav 8, 1990, LOUIS, husband of the late Dorothy, , mother of Beverly Granotf and Andrea Paul; also survived by 4 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Relatives and friends are invited to Graveside Services Thurs., 10 AM precisely at Montefiore Cem., (Sec. 5), Fox Chase, Pa. The family will return to the residence of Steven and Beverly Granotf. Contribu-tons m his memory mav be made to Suburban Jewish Community Center-Bnai Aaron or to Temple Zion. (Arr. by "GOLOSTEINS' SUBURBAN NORTH.") LIU On May 7, 1990 JOHN KUNG-FU LIU, husband of Penny Wu Liu, of Rock Hid Ln., Valley Forge, Pa., age 59, beloved son of Mary (nee Lu Liu, father of Kristopher T. Liu and brother of Eliiabeth Bain-bridge, Margaret Liu, David K. and Robert K. Liu. Funeral Services, Sat.. May 12, 11 AM. CAMPBELL-ENNIS FUNERAL HOME, INC., Main St. at 5th Ave., Phoenixville. Burial Washington Memorial Chapel Churchyard, Valley Forge, Pa. Viewing 9 AM to II AM Sat. morning at the funeral home. LOUIE On Mav 9, 1990 LILLIAN T. (nee Fung), of Maple Shade, N.J., wife of James S. Louie, mother of James David and Richard James Louie, Nancy Carol Shetter, and Jeanne Marie Cody; also survived bv a granddaughter, Jessica Marie Cody, 2 sisters, Dorothy Woo and Mary Orfield. Relatives and friends invited to her viewing and funeral. Sat. 9 AJW. VALVARDI FUNERAL HOME, 258 S. 4th St. Mass of Christian Burial, 10:30 AJW, Holv Redeemer Chinese Catholic Church (9IS Vine St.). Int. Old Cathedral Cem. Contributions in her memory to American Cancer Society, 1422 Chestnut St, Phila., 19102 would be appreciated. LYNCH on May 1, 1990, JOSEPHINE P. (nee Porter ) of Ocean City, N.J formerly ol Springfield, PA wife of Whitney W., mother of Nancy Roberson of N.Carolina and Sally Witkoski of N X, sister of Evelyn M. Lowrv ol N.J., step-daughter of James Grueser and daughter of the late Lucv Grueser. Relatives and friends invited to her Memorial Service on Sat. 12 PM at Covenant United Methodist Church, Saxer Ave. and Powell Rd., Springfield. The family will be greeting guests at the Church Library after 11 AM. Int. was private. Donations in her memory mav be made to The American Lung Association of Delaware and Chester Counties. P.O. Box 1329, West Chester, PA. 19310-0019. (Arr.bv KOVACS FUNERAL HOME). MAMLIN Mav 8, 1990, SAMUEL H husband of Shirley (nee Schroder), of Carmel, Ind., formerly of Phila., father of Harriet Warket, brother of Lou Mamiin and Al Mamlin; also survived bv one grandson. Relatives and friends are invited to Graveside Services Fri., 1 1 AJW precisely at Shalom Memorial Park (Sec. M-l), Huntingdon Valley, Pa. Contributions In his memory may be made to The American Cancer Society. (Arr. bv "GOLDSTEINS' SUBURBAN NORTH.") MANZI On Mav 9, 1990 NICHOLAS D. MANZI, SR., of West Chester, husband of Mary R. Sevarino Manzi, father of Nicholas D. Manzi, Jr., Janet Edens, brother of Jean Adams, Sandy DeSidero, Celeste Marion, and Florence D'Eangelo; also survived bv 4 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to his Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AJW Sat. Mav 12, 1990, St. Agnes Church, 233 W. Gav St., West Chester, Pa. where friends mav call from 9 AJW until time of Mass. Entombment Our Lady of Fatima Mausoleum at St. Agnes Cem., West Goshen Twp., Pa. (REILLY & DELLAVECCHIA FUNERAL HOME, INC. OF WEST CHESTER, 696-1181) MASI AMELIA (nee Pinketti), on Mav 8, 1990, beloved wife of the late Charles, dearest mother of John Masi, mother-in-law of Mrs. Florence Masi; also 4 grandchildren, Mrs. Carlotta Vargovich, Ms. Vera Ann Masi, Mrs. Joan Grahamslaw and Mrs. Judi Conte, 4 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral Sat., 8 AJW, from LEONETTI FUNERAL HOME, INC., NE. Cor. Broad and Wolf Sts. Mass of Christian Burial, 9:30 AJW, Annunciation Church. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Frl. eve. after 7 PJW (Parking on premises.). MAY WILLIAM R , on Mav 1, 1990, of Glenside, husband of Mary C. (nee McDermott), father of Eileen Kiefer, Kathleen M. Sewervn, Harry M. and Sharon A. Etre; also survived bv 13 grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial Frl. 1 1 AM., Church of St. Luke the Evangelist, Easton Rd. and Fairhill Ave., Glenside. Int. Holv Sepulchre Cem. Relatives, friends and members of James A. Flahertv CouncU K. of C. No. 3128 Glenside and Archbiship Rvan General Assembly 4th Degree and all other organizations of which he was a member are invited to THE WILLIAM R. MAY FUNERAL HOME, Easton Rd. and Keswick Ave., Glenside, Thurs. after 7 PM Donations to Holv Redeemer Hospital Tower Fund, 1648 Huntingdon Pike, Meadow-brook, Pa. 19046, would be appreciated. McCartney in Norristown, Mav I, 1990, BERTHA W. (nee Romels ), beloved wife of the late Paul J. Relatives and friends invited to attend funeral Sat., 10:30 AM, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Hancock Ave. and DeKafb Pike, E. Norriton Twp. Int. George Washington Mem. Park. Viewing at the Church from 9 to 10:30 AM Memorial Gifts in her name may be made to SI. Paul's Lutheran Church, E. Norriton Twp. (McKINLE Y) McCULLOUGH On May I, 1990, JAMES F., beloved husband of the late Florence K. (nee Doerner), and lather of Raymond Staubfe and grandfather of James and Donna Stauble and Kathleen Schoefl; survived bv 3 great grandchildren; In his 80th year. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Viewing and Funeral, Sat. 10 AM at JOHN F. FLUEHR AND SONS, INC., 3301-15 Cottman Ave. Mass of Christian Burial at The Church of the Maternity B.VM, 11:30 AM hit. Resurrection Com. No Viewing Fri. evening. McNALLY On Mav I, 1990, SARAH McCREA, Of Chestnut HW, wife of the late Hugh McNakv, mother of Hugh, Andrew, John and Sr. Mary Sarah, R.SM; grandmother of Margaret, Hugh, Anne, John, Cohn, Eliiabeth, Andrew, Sarah, Shawn and Shannon; also survived bv 1 great grandchildren. Funeral Mass Thurs., Mav 10th at 7:30 PM, at St. Joseph's VMa, Stenton and Wissa-hickon Aves., Flourtown, where friends mav call after 6 PM Int. private. In lieu ot flowers memorials may be made to St. Joseph's Vita. (JACOB F. RUTH) MICILLO On Mav 7, 1990, CIPRIANO (JERRY), befoved husband of Marie Grace (nee Caserta), of Yeadon, Pa., dear brother of Carmelina Maione, Angefo, Umberto and Constantino; also survived bv his niece Grace M. DriscoN. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his Funeral on Thurs. morning at 8:30 at, THE CAVANAGH FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, 301 Chester Pike, Norwood, foMwed bv a Mass of Christian Burial in the Church of St. Louis, Yeadon, at 10 o'clock, tnt. Holy Cross Com. Friends may call at CAVANAGH'S Wed.ovo.7M9. MILLER Mav 9, 1990, FRANCES G., of Lewndefe, betovtd sis-tar of Eliiabeth M. VanLeer, devoted aunt of Lessee L. Loftus and Elizabeth M. Boves. Relatives, friends and members of Catholic Daughters of America Sancta Maria Council No. 155, St. William's Sodality ' and Senior Cihiens are invited to her funeral Sat., after 8:30 AM, at THE JAMES M. CAMPBELL FUNERAL HOME, 500 E. Benner St. (at 6100 N. Rising Sun Ave.). Mass of Christian Burial, St. WWiam's Church, 9:30 AM mt. Holy Sepulchre Com. Viewing Fri. ova. 7 to 9 PM Mass Cards are preferred. MILLIO - On Mav 9, 190, LUCILLE J. (nee McKemen). befoved mother ot Lauren, Joseph, John and Thomas; also survived by her mother, Lucille McKernan, one granddaughter. Celeste and 2 sisters, Marion Murphy and Patricia Recke. Relatives and friends are invited to her Mass ot Christian Burial, Sat, 10 AM, Good Shepherd Church (600 Chester Ave ), kit. Holy Cross Cem. (Arr. KING FUNERAL HOME.) MORALES Mav I, 190, DtVINA P. (ne Pent), of Newtown Crossmg, beloved wife of Pat, dearest mottier ot Robert p., Grace P. and Metame P Morales, daughter of Elisa Meant, sister ot AngeMa Batater, Virginia Sanchei and Shtrtev Eoutpado; also survived bv her mother -m-taw, brothers and sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral Sat. I AM. from THE JOSEPH A. FLUEHR, III FUNERAL HOME, 100 Newtown -Rictl-boro Rd (at Hotand Rd), Richboro (9W-8S8SI and to Mass ot Christian Burial 9 30 AM, Church of St. Andrew, Swam RtL. Newtown kit. Our Lady of Grace Cem. Friends may cat Fn. eve. 4 to 9. Cenfnbuhont in her memory mav be made to The Morales Famty College Fund, i Brentwood Ct- Newtown, Pa. 11940. Death Notices MULLEN HELEN P. MULLEN (1901-1990), went to be yflthlhe Lord on Mav 8, 1990. She is survived by her daughter. Helen, and son-in-iaw, bin nnavucnaei ano one surer, Ana Lombardo and family in N.Y. j MYERS Mav 9, 1990 LILLIAN R. (nee Bain), wife of the late Israel Myers, of The Presidential Apts., beloved mother ol Oorothv Wald and Jerome B. Myers, mother-in-law of Phyllis B. Myers, grandmother ol Carolyn W. Bedim, Jed A. Myers and Ford R. Myers, great grandmother of Danielle and Brian Bodtiitand tsaac Myers, aunt of Victory Goldman. Relatives and friends are invited to Services, Frl. 1 1 JO AM JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON, N. Broad St. above 1st Ave. Ent. Har Jehuda Cem. The family win return to the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome B. Myers, . NAGLE On May 9, 1990, JOHN R., JR. of Springfield, husband of Mildred E. (nee Hunt), father of Sandra Naoto of Springfield and John, III of Rhode Island and Betty Lou Kosloskl of New Jersey, brother ot Isabeke M. Name, West Palm Beach, Fla. Funeral Services are at the convenience ol the lamilv. Donations m his memory may be made to a charity of vour choice. -(Arr. by KOVACS FUNERAL HOME.).... NESS FREDERICK, May I, 1990, of Hatboro, formerly of Olnev, beloved husband of Doris C. (nee Moore), dear father of JoAnn Ness, Oiane Ness Butler and Frederick Jr., brother of Dolores M. Ness, grandfather of t Relatives and friends are invited to the Viewing Fri., starting 9 AM from The First Weslevan Methodist Church, Easton and Mill Rds., Willow Grove, followed bv Service 1 1 AM Int. Hatboro Cem. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions to the Fox Chase Cancer Center, 7701 Burhoime Ave. would be appreciated. (JOHN GIVNISH FUNERAL HOME). O'HARA On May 1, 1990, KATHLEEN M. (nee Gallagher), age 65, of Cape Mav, N.J. and formerly of Broomall, Pa., beloved wife of John M. O'Hara, dearest mother of Kathleen M. Mowery and the late John M. O'Hara, Jr.; also survived bv her 4 grandsons, mother-m-law of Kay L. O'Hara, sister of Eileen Carroll. Relatives and friends are invited to her Mass of Christian Burial, Fn., 1 1 AM, St. Pius X Church, Broomall, Pa. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. (Arr. THE DONOHUE FUNER-AL HOME, 8401 WEST CHESTER PIKE, UPPER DARBY, PA.) Donations in her memory to the American Cancer Society, 280 N. Providence Rd., Media, Pa. 19063, would be appreciated. OLEWNIK EDWARD B., on May 8, 1990, beloved husband" of Helen (nee Sivraowski), devoted father of Loretta Ni-castro and son-in-law, Joseph Nicastro; survived by a granddaughter, Kristin; brother ot SaBy Otto, Norman Olewnik and John Dviak. Relatives and friends are invited to viewing Friday, 8 AM, from JOSEPH A. SANNUTTI FUNERAL HOME, 7101 Torresdal Ave. Mass ot Christian Burial, 10 AM, St. John Cantlys Church, Thompson St. above Orthodox. Int. Magnolia Cem. No evening viewing. - , PALERMO On Mav 7, 1990, JERRY L. SR., of Wvndmoor, husband of the late Sade (nee Campbell) Palermo, lather of Ellen Jane O'Petia and Jerry L. Palermo, Jr.; also survived bv 7 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren, 6 sisters and 2 brothers. Mass of Christian Burial Fri., II AM, at Seven Dolors Church, 1200 E. Willow Grove Ave., Wvndmoor, where friends may cat after 10 AM Int. Hillside Cem. In lieu of flowers memorials mav be made to The Wissahlckon Hospice, 8833 Germantown Ave. (JACOB F. RUTH) RUSKIN Mav 8, 1990, JEAN (nee Friedman), wife of the late Beniamin, mother of Robert Ruskin, sister of Beatrice Kahn and Edward Freeman; also 2 grandchildren, Neil Ruskin and Abbv Wainberg and one great granddaughter, Danielle Wainberg. Relatives and friends are invited to Graveside Services Friday, 1 PM, at Mt. Jacob Cem. Family will return to 9745 Moreneid Road. BERSCHLER FUNERAL CHAPELS. SAGAN Mav 8, 1990, CATHERINE (nee Barcav), beloved wife of the late Joseph P. Sagan, dear mother of Mildred Mussel and Lorraine Romanhno, sister of John Barcav and Caroline Ferko; also survived bv 7 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to her viewing Fri., 8:30 AM, WACKERMAN FUNERAL HOME, 8060 Verre Rd., Fox Chase and to Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM, St. Cecilia Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. SCHRAUT JOSEPH K., May 8, 1990, beloved husband of Ann E. (nee Dorman), father of Karl J. Schraut and Joann M. Rollin, son of Karl Schraut; also survived by 2 sisters. Relatives, friends, employees of Thomas Holme School invited to his funeral services Sat., 10 AJW, from THE JAMES A. McCAFFERTY FUNERAL HOME, 6709-11 Frankford Ave. (at Unruh Ave). Int. Magnolia Cem. Friends mav cad Fri. eve. after 1 at the Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate donations to the Fox Chase Cancer Center, Development Office, 7701 Burhoime Ave., PhU Pa. 191 II. Marking on premises). - SCHWEMMER TERESA M. (nee Murphy), on May I, 1990, beloved wife of Thomas G. Schwemmer, Sr., loving mother of Mary Kay, Thomas G., Jr. and Teresa A., sister -of Helen Good, Barbara Walsh, William, Joseph and James Murphy. Family and friends are invited to caH Fn. morning, after 9 AJW, St. John the Baptist Church, followed bv her Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M. Int. Calvary Cem. In lieu of flowers, donations in Teresa's name to St. Jorm's Restoration Fund, 147 Rector St., Phila., 19127 or me Amercian Cancer Society. (Arr. FITZPATRICK FUNERAL HOME, Rox.) SEGAL Mav 8, 1990, DORIS (nee Stern), befoved wife of the late Dr. Morris, mother of Harvey Segal; also survived bv 2 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to Graveside Services Thursday, Mav 10, 1990, 12:30 PM precisely at Roosevelt Memorial Park. (Sec. BB), Trevose Pa. (Arr. bv "GOLDSTEINS' SUBURBAN NORTH.") SELM On Mav 1, 1990 MARTHA ANN (nee Lippincott), age 44, of FeasterviHe, Pa., formerly of Haddonftetd, N.J., wife of Leo J.; also survived by 2 daughters, Joanne L. Motienhauer and Oebi L. Selm, both of Pitman, N.J., 1 son, Leo J., Ill of Pitman, NJ. and S grandchildren. Services for relatives and friends, Fri. tl AJW in The Chapel at Sunset Memorial Park, County Line Rd, FeasterviHe, Pa. Friends may call Thurs. eve. 7:30 to 8:30 PJW STRETCH, EVANS AND KAIN FUNERAL HOME, 8 West Kings Hwy., Haddonfield, N.J. Memorial donations mav be made to The American Lung Assn., 10 W. Mam St., Mays Landing, NJ. 08330. SERNOFF Mav 9, 1990, ROSLYN (nee Matuson), wife of Albert, mother of Wayne Sernoff and Norman Sernoff, sister of Martin Matuson, grandmother of Michael and Sarah. Relatives and friends are invited to Funeral Services Fri. 1:30 PJW precisely. "GOLDSTEINS' SUBURBAN NORTH," 310 Second St. Pike, Southampton (bet. County Line and Street Rds.) Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Shiva win be observed at the late residence. Contributions In her memory may be made to vour favorite chanty. SHARKEY Mav 9, 1990, HAZEL J. (nee Lamkin), wife of the latt Thomas M., of Aldan, Pa., mother of Jane S. Gam-bone, Dr. Brian J. and the late Thomas L. Sharkey; also survived bv 9 grand and 12 great grandchildren. Relatives, friends and members of R.S.V.P. and St. Joseph's Senior Citizens are invited to caR on Frl morning from 10 AJW, and to her Mass of Christian Burial at 11 AJW, St. Joseph's Church, $00 Woodland Ave., Collingdale. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Family prefers Mass Cards or contributions to Thomas M. and Hazel J. Sharkey Scholarship Fund, co St. Joseph's Church. (McFADDEN FUNERAL HOME) SKERRARD CHARLES JOSEPH, of WMiamstown, N.J., suddentv, on Mav 8, 1990, age 34 years, survived bv his parents, Eleanor J. and Arthur J. Keftev, Sr., of WiNiamstown, 4 brothers, William, of Vestal, N.Y., Mark and James, both of Widiamstown and Arthur Keoev, Jr., ol West-vine, N.J., S sisters, Mary Jo and Patricia, both of Absecon, Veronica Kekev and Oenise Keoev, both of Deptford, Celeste Kekev, of Washington Twp., and his fiancee, Joann Neetd, of Clayton, N.J. Mass of Christian Burial, 11 AM, Fri., St. Mary's R.C. Church, Main St. and CarroN Ave., WiNiamstown, N.J. Relatives and friends may call 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM, Fri. at BELL-HENNESSY FUNERAL HOME, 420 S. Main Sl WiNiamstown, N.J. Int. St. Mary's Com. SR. M. MARGARET HAINES, I.H.M. On Mav 9, 1990. Religious, relatives and friends are invited to a Mass of Christian Burial on Fri., Mav 11th at 10 AM, at Camilla Man, Immaculata, Pa. Friends mav caN at Camala Ha Thurs. from 2 to 8 PM Hit. Immaculata Cem. Memorial contributions mav b sent to Sisters, I.HM, Carnal Haa Infirmary, Immaculata, Pa. 1934S. STEELE Of Mavfair, formerly of Roxborough, on Mav 1, 190, GEORGE E., beloved husband of Marion Missimer, and father of Mrs. Lois Edenborn, stepfather of Stan-lev, Thomas and Joseph Missimer; survived bv 4 grandchildren; in his 83rd year. Relatives, friends and members of Quaker City Yacht Club and Local No. 122 Carpenters Union and Buck Lodge No. 1169 L.O.OM are invited to attend funeral services Fri., 11 AM, at JOHN F. FLUEHR AND SONS, INC, 3301- IS Cottman Ave. Int. St. Dominic's Cem. Friends may cak Thurs. 7 to 9 PM TORREY On Mav 7, 1990 ANNE JENNINGS, of Chestnut HM, wife of Phifip C. Torrev and mother of Margaret J. and Anne Torrev Bentamin. Memorial Mass, Sat., Mav 26th at 11-30 AM at Our Mother of Consolation Church, 9 E. Chestnut Hfl Ave. tnt. private. In heu of -.n. nr..,- m.u ta to TW CI.Iwji. IM Academy Scholarship Fund. (JACOB F. RUTH) WELSH May 8, 190, JOSEPHINE R. (nee Devte), wife of In late WHiam J. Welsh, Sr., formerty of Ardmore, Pa. mother of WHkam Welsh, Jr. Francis Wetsh. Rosemary Ma rim. Joann Wiant, John and Joseph Welsh; atse survived bv 17 grandchildren and 3 groat grandcMdren, and sister of Thomas Do vie, Mary Devte and Catherine Shivers. Mass ot Christian Burial m SI. Denn Church, E. Ease and St. Dens Rds., Havertown, Sat. 11 AM, where relatives and friends mav visit the tamtv after 9-30 AM kit. St. Denis Com. tn heu of flowers, an offering in Mrs. Welsh's nam t The Hospice Program, ct Brvn Mawr Hospital, Brvn Mawr, Pa. 19010, would be appreciated. STRETCH OF HAVERTOWN WISCHNEF May 8. 190, SARAH P., sister of Anne Rosenthal. Relatives and friends awited t Graveside Services Thurs. II AM precisely at Mt Lebanon Cem. (Sec 23) (Arr. "GOLDSTEINS' SUBURBAN NORTH ") III Memoriams BULMASH. HENRIETTA Mar S, t7? Mav to. tM. Remembered always bv her children and grandchildren. Card Of Thanks CORCORAN, DANIEL PATRICK We wish to shank She many relatives, friends and neigtibors for their keid expressions of sympathy and support at our recant bereavement. THE CORCORAN FAA4ILY I 1

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