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Tuesday, Oct 23, 1990 OBITUARIES 6-B Louis Clibanof f , 79, a magician and clown By Ralph Cipriano Inquirer Stall Writer He was a 79-year-old man with a frizzy-white Albert Einstein hairdo who could read people's minds, pull an endless stream of silk scarves out of his sleeve and turn tissue paper into $100 bills. Louis Clibanoff, a former vaudevil-lian who led three performing lives as Kli Ban the Magician, Dr. Elliot Jordan the amazing mentalist and Kli the Kooky Magic Klown, died Saturday at John F. Kennedy Hospital in Cherry Hill. Mr. Clibanoff, a resident of Northeast Philadelphia, was a performer for more than 60 years. As Kli Ban the Magician, Mr. Clibanoff dressed up in baggy plaid pants and a bright blue jacket with wide lapels and did crowd-pleasing card tricks at retirement centers and nursing homes. Last month at Township Manor, a nursing home in Elkins Park, Kli Ban put one egg in his mouth and then made a dozen eggs pop out. He also pulled a flower and a mile of silk scarves out of the blouse of the nursing home's recreation director. "He made me look like a fool," said Arlene Thorpe. The act, however, went over well. "He had over 85 people spellbound, including the staff," Thorpe said. "He brought sunshine to people who have no sunshine. "People whom I've never seen smile, I saw smile that day. This guy was something." One of Kli Ban's most popular routines involved a card trick and a puppet snake named Oscar. Kli Ban would have an audience member come up and pick a card, any card, and then toss that card and the whole deck of cards into a basket, along with Oscar the snake. Kli Ban would then lead the volunteer through a series of increasingly absurd stunts designed to entice the snake to pop out of the basket with the right card. "He'd have this guy put on a turban and he'd give him a flute to play," recalled Valentine, a fellow magician. "He'd have that guy up there swaying his hips and playing the flute. It was amazing how he used to control people and make them act so crazy." The snake would appear with the Frank Sinkwich, 70, Heisman Trophy winner Associated Press ATHENS, Ga. Frank Sinkwich, 70, the 1942 Heisman Trophy winner from Georgia who was considered one of the all-time football greats, died yesterday at his Athens home. He became the first player from the Southeastern Conference to win the coveted Heisman, given annually to the football player voted the best in the nation. After his college career, Mr. Sinkwich was all-pro two years with the Detroit Lions. ' Twelve years after he won the Heisman, Mr. Sinkwich was inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame. "We've lost one of the great legends in football history," said Georgia athletic director Vince Dooley, . who made a Frank Sinkwich scrap-book as a young boy. "He was not only a great player but a wonderful person and citizen of Athens." Mr. Sinkwich, a halfback, led Georgia to an 11-1 record in 1942 and a 9-0 victory over UCLA in the Rose Bowl. That was also the year he won the Heisman and set the SEC record for R.T. Godshall, game official R. Theodore Godshall, 58, chief of the Pennsylvania Game Commission's information division, died Saturday. He lived in Mount Joy, Lancaster County. Mr. Godshall had suffered a heart attack at a meeting of the Pennsylvania Outdoor Writers Association. He was president of the organization, and running the meeting was ; his last official act before his term of office ended. "Ted's vast, firsthand knowledge of Pennsylvania wildlife, conservation issues and the agency's complex 'deer-management program was an irreplacable asset," said Lantz Hoffman, director of the Game Commission's informantion and education bureau. "Ted was that one-of-a-kind person you find impossible to replace." Mr. Godshall joined the Game Commission as an information writer in 1966. He also was a deputy wildlife conservation officer. He was a graduate of the Pennsyl-' vania State University and worked at several Pennsylvania newspapers before joining the commission. ; Mr. Godshall is survived by his wife, Margaret, two sons and three daughters. A viewing will be held from 7 p.m. ; to 9 p.m. today at the Gerald R. Sheetz Funeral Home in Mount Joy. Services are scheduled for 10 a.m. tomorrow, at the funeral home. The Philadelphia Inquirer right card only after the volunteer said a string of magic words that sounded suspiciously like "Oh what a goose I am." As Kli the Kooky Magic Klown, Mr. Clibanoff wore a heavily patched suit, a rainbow wig and a red bow tie. He would show up at birthday parties and amaze children by shredding tissue paper, setting it on fire, and turning it into $100 bills. "My brother and I were stars on the block because everybody in the neighborhood wanted to come to our birthday parties," said Jodie Lutzner, Mr. Clibanoff's granddaughter. As Dr. Elliot Jordan, Mr. Clibanoff wore black horn-rimmed glasses and a black tuxedo. Dr. Jordan had a standing invitation: He would pay you $1,000 if he couldn't read your mind. Last year Philadelphia Daily News columnist Dan Geringer decided to take Dr. Jordan up on his offer. Geringer lost. The dieting columnist, who had subsisted on "nuts and berries," showed up at Dr. Jordan's house and found a dining table '.'piled high with kosher corned beef, potato salad and fruit compote." "It takes every ounce of my inner strength to keep from throwing myself on the table and kissing the irresistibly fatty hem of the corned beef," Geringer wrote. Two years ago Mr. Clibanoff had a quintuple-bypass operation at Hah-nehmann University- Hospital. A day later he was feeling well enough to do card tricks for the nurses. He resumed his career, got himself a new agent and picked up 45 bookings in the past 21 months. On Saturday, Mr. Clibanoff was on his way to teach a weekly children's magic class in Cherry Hill when he collapsed in a McDonald's restaurant on Route 73 after he stopped off for a "junk-food jolt," said his agent, Jerry Samuels. "He died with his boots on, and everybody really admired him for that," said Valentine. Mr. Clibanoff is survived by his wife of 48 years, the former Miriam Sitner; daughters, Yvonne Lutzner and Lynne Selkow; one brother, and two sisters. Funeral services were held yesterday. passing and total offense. Arkansas athletic director Frank Broyles was a freshman at Georgia Tech when Sinkwich was a senior at Georgia. "He was my hero when I was young. He was so good," Broyles said. "1 remember Flatfoot Frankie and the broken jaw, playing with a mask. "That was his last year. We were unbeaten and he beat us 34-0." Mr. Sinkwich acquired the "Flat-foot" nickname in 1943 after being discharged from basic training in the Marine Corps because of flat feet. He broke his jaw during a 1942 game against Ole Miss. In his Heisman Trophy-winning senior season, Mr. Sinkwich rushed for 795 yards and 17 touchdowns and completed 84 of 166 passes for 1,392 yards and 10 touchdowns. During his three-year career, he ran for 2,271 yards and 30 scores and passed for 2,331 yards and 30 touchdowns. Death Notices ANDERSON EL WOOD L, of Collingdale and Sharon HW, on Oct. 20, 1990, husband of Anne M. (nee Boyle), lather of Thomas E., of Aldan and Patricia Sontagh, of So. Phla.; also survived by 4 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to his services Thurs. 11 AM, THE McCAUSLAND-BATHURST FUNERAL HOME, 202 S. Chester Pike, Gtenolden, where friends may calf Thurs. morning 10 til 11 AM Int. Holy Cross Cem. Contributions in his memory to the Oncology Dept. of Children's Hospital, 34th St. and Civic Center Blvd. Phila. Pa. 19 104 would be appreciated. ATXINSGN JOHN W., on Oct. 21, 1990, of Lansdowno, beloved husband of Catherine Atkinson (nee Yarger), father of Patricia A. Blair and Catherine Ortetel, brother of James Atkinson. Relatives and friends are invited to his Funeral Service Thurs. 10 AM at, SPENCER T. VIOEON'S OF OREXEL HILL, Garrett Rd. at Sha-detand Ave., where friends may call Wed. eve. from 7 to 9 PM Int. Calvary Cem,, West Conshohocken. B&RTISH On Oct. 22 E STELLA D. (nee Glinka) of Bensalem. Wife of the late Joseph Bartish, devoted mother of Kathrvn Biggs, Linda E. Bartish McPhWips and Joseph J. Bartish, sister of Mary Martin, Sophie Smigo, Josephine Bernardo, Betty Emery, John Reno and Thomas Reno. Also survived by one grandson, Marc. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral Thurs. 1:30 AM THE TOMLINSON FUNERAL HOME, 2207 Bristol Pike, Bensalem. Mass of Christian Burial 10 AMThurs. St. Charles Borromeo, Bensalem. Int. Resurrection Cem. Bensalem. Friends may can Wed. eve. 7 to 9 at the funeral home. BELL FURMAN SR., Oct. 20, 1990, survived bv wife, Sarah L., 2 sons, 7 grandsons and one granddaughter. Services Fri. Oct. 26 at II AM. preceded bv a viewing at 10 AM at New Gelhsemane Baptist Church 917 E. Chelten Ave. Int. Ivy Hi Cem. (EMMANUEL JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME, INC.) BENZ MIRIAM V., age 95, of Medford Leas, Medford, N.J., Oct. 22, 1990; survived by a nephew Richard A. Smith, of Media, Pa., and 7 great nieces and nephews. Service private. Arr. bv LEWIS FUNERAL HOME, of Moorestown, N.J. BIANCKI (Corrected Notice) Oct. 21, 1990, FRANK, son of me late Carmen and Vincenza Bianchi and brother of Charles and Angelica Bianchi; also survived bv nieces and nephews. Funeral Procession w leave WED., 9:30 AM., from the THE JOSEPH A. OUINN FUNERAL HOME, Cor. Roosevelt Blvd. and Sanger St. for Graveside Service at Holy Sepulchre Cem. BIANCO -AKRNDT Oct. 21, 1990, PASQUALE O., age II years, beloved husband of Nuva M. (nee Pearson), father of Pasquale D. Jr., Mary Warren and Joseph L, brother of Helen Hkowski, Anthony, and Angie Bwii; also survived bv a grandchildren. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Thurs., 0:30 AM, HOLLEN FUNERAL HOME, 3IM Grant Ave. (West of Academy Rd). Mass of Christian Burial, Maternity B.VM Church, 10 A M. hit Forest Hills Cem. No viewing Wed. eve. Family prefers donations to The American Heart Assn., 121 S. Broad St., Phila. 19107. BRADY DOROTHY A. WOOD BRADY, on Oct. 20, 1990, beloved wife of the late James Brady, survived bv Sr. Ann Dorothy, S.S.J. and Theresa and Henry Veiardi; also survived by several nieces and nephews. Family and friends are invited to her funeral Wed. between 9:30 and 10:30 AM, THE FITZPATRICK FUNERAL HOME, 42S Lyceum Ave., Rox. and to participate in her Mass of Christian Burial 11 AM, St. John the Baptist Church. Int. Calvary Cem. In lieu of flowers, donations in Dorothy's name to St. Joseph's Vila, Flourtown, Pi. 19031 would be greatly appreciated bv her family. C Death Notices BRENNAN Oct. 11, 1990, LEONARD ft. JR., of OwrchvHt, father ol CvmtHt B. Doettger, Denise M. Bremen, Leonard R. Bremen, III and Terence M. Bremen, brother of Stephen R. Bremen; also survived by 2 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral Thurs., I 30 AM, from THE JOSEPH A. FLUEHR, HI FUNERAL HOME, 800 Newtown-Richboro Rd. (at Hoaand Rd.), Richbort, and to Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM, St. Vincent Do Paul Church, Rich-bore. Int. Our Lady of Grace Cem. Cotitritouhent in his memory mav be made to The Kidney Foundation, 32S Chestnut St, Phia., Pa. 19104. BROWN Oct. 19, 1990, BETTY SOUDER, wife of the late Gerald Albert Brown and daughter of the late Dorothy Backius and Elwoed Sou iter. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend her Memorial Service Wed. 11 AM in the Chapel of West Laurel HW Com., 2IS Belmont Ave., Bala Cynwvd, Pa. hit. West Laurel HW Com. Arr. bv J. NELSON RIGBY FUNERAL HOME. BURNS On Oct. 11, 1990, ROBERT, husband of Esther, of Phla., Pa., father of Stephen Bums and brother of Ethel Burns; also survived by 2 grandchildren. Relatives, friends and members of Taconv Lodge No. too F.ftAM are invited to his Graveside Services Wed. 1 PM at Shalom Mem. Park., Pine Rd. at By-berry. (Arr. by REISMAN-SCHILLER, Broomed) CARAN0 LEO R., Oct. 21, 1990, of Morris Park Rd., Phila., hut-band of the late Mary (nee lacobucci), survived by his son Carmen Cirano, his daughter GMa Parico, his brother Frank Carano Esa, his sisters Josephine Stine, Mildred Colbessani; also S grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to his Funeral on Thurs., 9 AM at, THE ROBERT L. D'ANJOLELL MEMORIAL HOME OF OVERBROOK, 6500-20 Haverford Ave., Phila. Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM, Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends may call Wed. eve. 7 to 9 PM (Parking on premises). Contributions in his memory to the American Heart Assn., 401 E. Fourth St., Bridgeport, Pa. 1940S, would be appreciated. CARFIOLI Set WOODRING Notice CAROSIELLO YOLANDA (nee Benedetto), Oct. 22, 1990, beloved wife of the late Michael and beloved mother of John, Antoinette Falgie and the late Daniel, beloved grandmother of Charles Falgie, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Classetti (Cynthia), Jane Carosiello and Robert Carosiello, great grandmother of Zachary A. Classetti, dear mother-in-law of Charles Falgie and Louise Carosiello, sister-in-law of Leonardo Benedetto and Jennie Carosiello, dear aunt of many nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to her funeral Thurs. 9 AM. at St. John's Baptist Church, 13th and Tasker Sts. Phila. Services 10 AM Entombment Fernwood Cem. Viewing Wed. eve. 7 to 9:30 PM at St. John's Baptist Church. In lieu of Dowers, memorial contributions may be made to the St. John's Baptist Church, C O Rev. David Powles, 13th and Tasker Sts. Phila. Pa. 19148 would be greatly appreciated. (Arr. MANCINI FUNERAL HOME, 334-3551) CKENAULT Oct. 21, 1990, DORIS S. (nee SorreH), of Norristown, formerly ot Roxborough, wife of the late Andrew M., survived bv her daughter, Jean Green; 3 grandchildren, David, HoHv Savior, and Suzanne; also survived by one great grandchild and a sister. Relatives and friends are invited to cal at TURNER AND SON FUNERAL HOME, 6028 Ridge Ave., Rox. Thurs., 1:30 PM (No viewing). Funeral service Thurs., 2 PM Int. Leverington Cera CCLKETT VERNON G., Oct. 20, 1990, Of Plymouth Valley, Pa., beloved husband of Doris E. LaRue Colkett; also survived by his nephews, Michael, Thomas, Robert and Steven Colkett. Relatives and friends are invited to his Memorial Service Thurs., 11 AM., at St. Thomas' Church, Whitemarsh, Bethlehem Pike and Rte. 73. In lieu of flowers memorials to Appalachian People's Service Organization, co Rev. R. B. Lloyd, P.O. Box ' 1007, Blacksburg, VA 24060 would be appreciated. LOWNES FUNERAL HOME, Lafayette HHI, Pa. COPLAN Oct. 20, 1990, ESTELLE (nee Schneer), mother of Stanley Coplan and Shervf Coplan, daughter of Ruth and Jay Schneer, sister of Carl Schneer; also survived bv 4 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to Graveside Services Tues. 1 PM. at Havm Salomon Memorial Park, Frazer PA. Family will return to the Coplan and Williams residence. Contributions In her memory may be made to The Breast Health Foundation, 1015 Chestnut St., Suite 510, Phila., Pa. 19107. BERSCHLER FUNERAL CHAPELS COULTER Oct. 21, 1990, ROSEMARY C. (nee Smith), of Torres-dale, beloved mother of Linda, James and Sharon, mother-in-law of Eleanor and Stephen; also survived bv 5 grandchildren, Renee', Nichole, Stephen, Danielle and Celena, 3 brothers, Thomas and Gerald Smith and dear friend of Mr. Carl Oettle. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral Wed. 8:30 AM. from THE ALDWORTH FUNERAL HOME, Decatur and Charles Sts. Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM., St. Dominic's Church. Int. Resurrection Cem. Friends may call Tues. 7 to 9 PM Memorial contributions in her memory to Sacred Heart Home, 1315 W. Hunting Park Ave. Phila. Pa. 19140 are preferred. COX Oct. 21, 1990, MARGARET M. (nee McCullough), age 69 years, ot Phila., Pa, beloved wife of James P. Cox, dearest mother of James P. Jr., John M., Robert G., Edward J., Joan Massaro and Margaret Allan; also survived bv her 7 grandchildren, dear sister of Anna Donovan, Catherine Donahue, Francis McCullough, Agnes Crisanti, Joseph McCullough and Dolores Fallon. Relatives and friends are invited to her funeral Thurs., 9 AM, THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, 0401 WEST CHESTER PIKE (COR. LYNN BLVD.), UPPER DARBY, PA., and to her Mass of Christian Burial, 10:30 AM, Church of St. Cakistus, 67th and Lansdowne Ave., Phila. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Friends may call Wed. eve. 7-9 PM CREIGHTON On Oct. 21, 1990, MILDRED H. (nee Hudson) (MOM), age 82 years, of Pennsauken, N.J., beloved wife of David Test Creighton, dear mother of David L. Creighton, of Ann Arbor, Ml, and Virginia C. Smith, of West Deptford, N.J.; grandmother of one. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend the funeral service II AM, Wed., at The Pennsauken United Methodist Church, Union and Pennsylvania Aves., Pennsauken. Int. Harleigh Cem., Camden, N.J. Viewing Tues. eve. beginning 7 PM. THE STEPHENSON-BROWN FUNERAL HOME, 33 W. Maple Ave., Mer-chantville, N.J. Memorial contributions may be made to The Pennsauken United Methodist Church. CROCK NORMAN on Oct. 22, 1990 of Havertown, age M. Beloved father of A. Carol Crock of Havertown and John Norman Crock of Southwest Harbor, ME. Also survived bv 3 grandchildren. Services and interment at the convenience of the family. THE OLIVER H. BAIR CO. SUBURBAN WEST, 8645 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby DALTGN On Oct. 21, 1990, MILDRED E. (nee Kraver), of Cres-centville, age 84, beloved wife of the late James C. and devoted mother of Evelyn M. Atkinson, mother-in-law of James H. Atkinson, dear grandmother of Linda Burkel, James, Robert and Susan Atkinson, great grandmother of Amy, Krista, Jimmy and Steven, sister of Dorothy M. Kraver and Virginia Reese. Relatives and friends are invited to her funeral Thurs. after 11 AM at THE JAMES M. CAMPBELL FUNERAL HOME, 500 E. Benner St. (at 6100 N. Rising Sun Ave.) Service will follow at 12 Noon. Int. Forest Hills Cem. No evening viewing. Donations to Jeanes Hospital Home Health Care, 7600 Central Ave. Phla, Pa. 19111 would be appreciated bv the tamily. DeLASKMITT CLARK M., age 56, of Broomal, Pa., on Sat. Oct. 20, 1990, at his home; survived bv his wife Barbara G., 2 daughters, Ardis A. and Barbara A.; also his mother Mary Lee DeLashmitt, of Nashville, TN, 2 brothers, Joe T. DeLashmitt and Edwin M. DeLashmitt, both of Nashville, TN. Memorial service will be held Thurs. Oct. 25, at 7 PM at The Belmont Baptist Church, Spreul (Rte 320) and Paxon Hollow Rds., Broomal, Pa. with Rev. Thomas L. Deal. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be sent to The Cancer Research Institute, 133 E. 58th, New York City, NY. DEUTER KAROLINE L. STAMM DEUTER on Mon. Oct. 22, 1990 of Olney, beloved wife of the late Ernst O. Deuter and mother of Chris Kennedy and Giseia Deuter, grandmother of Christel, Barbara, Patricia, and Michael. Funeral Services and kit. will be private and at the convenience of the family. H so desired a donation in Mrs. Deuter's memory to The Chestnut HW Rehabilitation Hospital, 8601 Stenton Ave., Wyndmoor, PA 191 18 would be very much appreciated by hot family. GEITNER'S OF OLNEY AND FOX CHASE DICXSTEIN Oct. 21, 1990, NATHAN, father of Charry Dlckstein, brother of Lillian Dieter. Relatives and friends are invited to Graveside Services Tues., I PM precisely at the Har Jehuda Cem. (Sec. C-25), Upper Darby, Pa. Contributions in his memory may be made to The Leukemia Foundation. (Arr. by "GOLDSTEINS' SUBURBAN NORTH.") DitfAlO Suddenly, Oct. 21, 1990, EDWARD M., age 69 vrs.; husband of Elizabeth (nee Marks), father of Edward M. Jr. and Ronald DiMaio and Paul Watson; brother of Doris Lennon; also survived by 5 grandchildren. Relatives, friends and members of Torresdale-Frank-ford Country Club are invited to Services, Wed. I JO PM., HOLLEN FUNERAL HOME, 3160 Grant Ave. ( West of Academy Rd. ). Int. Forest Hills Com. Friends may call Wed. after 12 Noon. DOLAN On Oct. 21, 1990, EUGENE T., of The Sprom C.L.A., BroomaHDevereux Foundation, dear brother of Joseph M. Dolan, Jr., Edward J. (Ted) Dolan, and Helen A. Lynch; also survived by IS nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends invited to his viewing and funeral Wed., 8:30 AM, at THE FUNERAL HOME OF M. F. WILLIAMS, Baltimore and Summit Aves., Clifton Hots., followed by Mass of Christian Burial, 10 A.M., St. Eugene's Church, Oak Ave., Primos. No calling hours Tues. eve. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. In lieu of dowers memorials mav be sent to The Oevereux Foundation, 19 S. Waterloo Rd., Devon, Pa. 19333 co George McLaughlin. DOMBROWSKI Oct. 21, 1990, EDWARD W., beloved husband of Jean L. (nee Kuczvnski), dear father of Edziu, he was the brother of the late Casimir, Matthew and Stanley. Relatives, friends, members of the Hotmesburg Fish and Game Assoc, St. John Cantius Holv Name Society, Poionia Club and the Brldesburg Polish Club art invited to his viewing and funeral Wed. 1:30 AM at THE SLABINSKI FUNERAL HOME, 2614 Orthodox St. Mass ot Christian Burial 10 AM, St. John Cantius Church. Int. Oakland Com, In lieu of Dowers, Mast Cards or contributions to St. John Cantius Church would be appreciated in hit memory. C9YLE FRANCIS B., Oct. 10, 1990, age 64, of Germantown, beloved husband of Victoria (nee Muldownev), devoted father of Jocetvn V. Doyle; also survived bv hit brother, James; hit 3 sisters: Rita HoUowav, Beatrice Chambers and Joan Storer, and his nieces and neph ews. Relatives and friends are invited to attend hit Viewing, 7 to 9 PM Wed. eve., KIRK AND NICE, 6301 Germantown Ave. Int. Indiantown Gap National Com. In lieu el Dowers, contributions may be made in hit memory to a charity of the donor's choice. Death Notices DYDEX Oct. 10, 1990, HENRY CHARLES, helmed brother of Irene Mizia, Anna Bicket, Theodore Dvdek, Stella TerziDo, Edward Dvdek and Dolly Ovmn. Relatives and friends are invited to viewing on Wed., after 8:30 AM, THE TOMASZEWSKI FUNERAL HOME, 2728-30 E. Allegheny Ave-739-6624 (Alee. Exit 195, cor. of Salmon St.), followed by Mast tt Christian Burial, 10-30 AM, St. Adalbert's Church, km. Resurrection Cem. No viewing Tues. eve. ERYIN IRENE O, Oct. 19, 1990, survived bv 3 daughters, 1 sons, 16 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren and one lister. Viewing Wed. Oct. 24, 10 to II AM Service at 11 AM at Heisev Temple CME. Church, 5305 Germantown Ave. Phut. Int. Rolling Green Mem. Park. (EMMANUEL JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME, INC) FEINER Oct. 21, 1990, EDWARO, husband of Fannie (nee Kaplan), ol Phila., lather tf Gladys Oavitch and Charlotte Schwartz, brother of Rose Sehis, Rao Rated, nerry era Kaipn remer; aise survived bv 4 grander. dren and 6 great grandchildren. Graveside Services wenwi met, u Ajvi. precisely at Kooseven ivtt-moriel Park, Trevese, Pa. (Sect. BB). FamJv wW return to the Schwartz residenct. The family suggests contributions in his memory mav be made to i charity of the donor's choice. ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS, (455-0100) FINE Oct. 22, 1990, GILBERT, beloved husband tf Fehjie (nee Barsher), devoted father tf Mrs. Marge Flnt-Gabbav and Miss Rena Fine. Relatives and friends are invited to attend Services Wed. 1 PM, STANLEY L. WISNOFF, 6410 N. Bread St. Int. King David Com. Family wiD return to the late residenct. A request for contributions to be made to the Phila. Heart Fund or National Heart Assist and Transplant Fund. FLANAGAN Oct. 22, 1990, GERTRUDE M. (nee Kenworthv), tf Roxborough, wife of H. Franklin Flanagan, M.D., also survived bv 4 grandchildren, John A. Palrizie, M.D., Mark David Patrizio, Jane Fitzgerald, and B. James Patrizio; and 4 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited tt cal at TURNER AND SON FUNERAL HOME, 6028 Ridge Ave., Rox, Wed., I P.M. (No viewing). Funeral services Wed, PM Entombment West Laurel Hat Cem. GARR THOMAS A. JR., 88 years on Oct. 11, 1990 tf Cape Mav Point, N.J. formerly of Drexef HW, PA. beloved husband of the late Margaret Tobm Garr, loving fattier ol Margaret Knoblock and Marie Kennedy; also survived bv 7 grandchildren. He was a ret. Switchman for Bed of PA. in S. Phila. Mass of Christian Burial wW be celebrated Thurs. 10 AM in Our Lady Star of The Sea Church, Cape May. Burial is in St. Mary's Com, Cape May. Friends mav call Thurs. 9-9:45 AM ki THE JOHN SUDAK FUNERAL HOME, Cape May. GITLIN MARION E., on Oct. 18, 1990, formerly tf Lansdale, beloved wife of the late Benjamin Gitlin, she is survived by a daughter Bobbie L. Gitlin and a son Benjamin Gitlin. Relatives and friends are invited to her Funeral Service on Wed., Oct, 24, at 1 PM in, THE SHELLY-DINAN FUNERAL HOME, 24 E. Main St., Lansdale. Friends may also cal at the Funeral Home on Wed. from 12 noon until the time tf Service. Int. Whitemarsh Memorial Park. GRISCLIA ROSEMARY (nee Algeldinger), Oct. 11, 1990, beloved wife of Domenic, dear daughter of Robert and Lucille Aigeldinger, daughter-in-law tf Vincent and Louise Grisolia and family. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Thurs. 10 AM from VINCENT GANGEMI FUNERAL HOME, INC., Broad and WoH Sts. Mass of Christian Burial St. Luke's Church, 402 S. Black Horse Pike, Blackwood, NJ. Int. HHIcrest Mem. Park. Friends may call Wed. 7 to 9:30 PM Evening parking ROTA bldg. lot, 2304 S. Broad St. KERTKCRN CLARA, on Oct. 18, 1990, of Pima., survived bv 3 sisters, Cecelia Smith, Helen Hee and Dorothy Miller; also many neices and nephews. Miss Hertkorn was a member of The St. Henry's Senior Citizens; also The State Employees Of The Dept. Of Public Welfare. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her Funeral on Wed. 9 AM at COMPAGNOLA FUNERAL HOME, 4405-07 North 5th St. Phila. PA. Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM St. Henry's R.C. Church. Burial Holy Sepulchre Cem. Viewing Tues. eve. 7 to 9 PM Donations in her memory may be sent to St. Henry's Chruch or The Sacred Heart Home For Cancer, Hunting Park ft Old York Rd. HOOD Oct. 11, 1990, ROSE (nee Levltskv), beloved wife tf the late Robert E., devoted mother of Paula DeLarso, Robert Hood, Daniel and Marvann Costello, Edna May Pugh, Annie and the late Robin; also survived by 11 grandchildren, S great grandchildren, 2 sisters, Mary Reardon and Anna Warren, and a brother Michael Levltskv. Relatives and friends are invited to her funeral Wed. 9 AM, CASSIZZI FUNERAL HOME, 2913-17 E. Thompson St. followed by her Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM Mother of Divine Grace Church. Int. Hillside Cem. Friends mav cal Tues. eve. 7to9PM HULL Oct. 19, 1990, DOUGLAS W., of Holland, (formerly of NE Phila.), beloved husband of May Wenger HuH, dearest father of Kathleen M. Mullen, father-in-law of Jack Mullen; grandfather of Mary Beth, Kathv and Patty. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend his Funeral Services Fri. II AM from THE JOSEPH A. FLUEHR III FUNERAL HOME, 800 Newtown-Rich-boro Rd. (at Holland Rd.), Richboro, where friends may call Thurs. eve. from 7 to 9 and Fri. after 10:30 AM. Int. Sunset Memorial Park. KIDON Oct. 22, 1990 ANNA ELIZABETH (nee Jendrus), wife of the late Paul, of Portsmouth, Va., formerly of Aldan, Pa., sister of Elizabeth McAllister and Andrew P. Jendrus. Relatives and friends are invited to cat Wed. 7 to 9 PM, KISH FUNERAL HOME, 6506 Elm-wood Ave.; also after 8 AM Thurs. Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM Thurs., Sacred Heart Church, Clifton Heights. Int. Holy Cross Cem. KRIMMEL On Oct. 21, 1990, PASTOR CHARLES FREDERICK, of Springfield, Pa., son tf Miles and Mahala (net Houser) Krimmel; survived also bv a brother, David, . and a sister, Carolyn Ann Asher and 6 nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are Invited to service Thurs., 7:30 PM, at St. Michael's Evangelical Lutheran Church, 6671 Germantown Ave. (Ml. Airy), Phia. In lieu of Dowers memorials accepted bv Bishop's Fund of S.E. Pa. Synod, 2900 Queen Lane, Phila. 19129. FYFE ft MILLER, MT. AIRY247-I700 KUTTNER Oct. 21, 1990, PAULINE (net Glttetmacher), wife tf the late William, mother of Lillian Jaffa and Jean Kramer; also survived bv 5 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Funeral Services and int. private. Shiva win be observed at the Jaffa residence. (Arr. "GOLDSTEINS' SUBURBAN NORTH.") LAVIN Oct. 20, 1990, BLANCHE (net Reinhott), wife of the late Patrick J., formerly tf So. Phila., mother tf John B. Lavin, Lt. Col. Joseph F. Lavln and Rev. Waynt Patrick Lavin; also survived bv 6 grandchildren and S great grandchildren, sister of John B. and Carl Rein-holt and Rose Reinhott Golden. Relatives and friends are Invited to her viewing Wed, 6 to 8 PM, Queen of Heaven Church, 700 Martton Pike West, Cherry HW, N.J., followed by Mass of Christian Burial, I PM Morning Prayer Service Thurs., 10:30 AM Int. Calvary Cem., W. Conshohocken, Pa. In lieu of Dowers, contributions tt St. Mary's School, II Oak St., Salem, NJ. 08079, would be appreciated. LAZGRKAY Oct. 22, 1990, WALTER, husband tf Jessica (net Ryan), father of Elizabeth Kosiek and Walter; grandfather of Paul Kosiek, Tina and Ava Lazorkav; and 1 brother tf Sophie Paslawsky, John, Helen Anderson and Mary Cap. Viewing Wed. 7 to 9 PM NASEVICH FUNERAL HOME, 109 E. Tabor Rd. Funeral Thurs. 9 AM at Funeral Home. Funeral Mass 10 AM St. Stephen's Church. Int. St. Mary's Com. hi Heu ot Dowers Mass Cards preferred. LEE Oct. It), 1990, tf CoDingdalt, LEMUEL G., husband tf Ruth (net Severud), brother of LWian Butcher, Elizabeth Beheter and the late Claude Lee; also survived bv nieces and nephews. Relatives, friends, members of Westminster Presbyterian Church, Meiita Lodge No. 295 F.ftAM, and Meiita Royal Arch Chapter No. 284 are Invited to the funeral service Thurs., 11 AM at MARVIL FUNERAL HOME, 1110 Mam St., Darby, PA, where friends mav cal Wed. eve. 7 to 9 PM hit. Mt. Zion Com. hi Heu of Dowers, contributions in Mr. Let's memory tt the Memorial Fund of Westminster Presbyterian Church, 58th and Chester Ave., Phila, Pa. 19143 would be appreciated by the family. LEWIS BEVERLY A. DUSETT, Oct. 20, 1990, of Berkley Rd, Broome!, Pa., survived bv her daughter Christine Lewis, her mother Marian (nee Brown), her sisters, Marcia Mathis, Jane Hallman and Diane Vinci; also her grandson Derrick. Relatives and friends are invited to her Funeral on Wed, 10:30 AM tt, THE ROBERT L. D'ANJOLELL MEMORIAL HOME OF BROOMALL, 2811 West Chester Pike, Broome". Services II AM, Grace Lutheran Church, West Chester Pike and Mather Ave., Broomal. Int. Glenwood Memorial Gardens. Friends mav cat from 9 tt 10:30 AM at the Memorial Home. Contributions hi her memory to the Fox Chase Cancer Center, 7701 Burhohne Ave, Phila., Pa. 19111 or the American Diabetes Assn., 100 N. 17th St, 14th Floor, Phila, Pa. 19103 would be appreciated (Parking on premises), LIEBERT Suddenly, on Oct. 16, 1990, hi Marlon, Montana, JOHN ANDREW JR., formerly tf Bensalem, husband tf Terry, father tf John A., Chert Herbert, Michelle Wagar and Joanne, ton of Johanna Liebert, Deborah Pa store and Joanne Kalish. Memorial contributions preferred tt St. Matthew's Catholic Church, Ml First Ave, West KaiispaD, Montana 59901. MacDCNALD Suddenly, Oct. 19, 1990, ERNEST C. "Ernie". Beloved ton of Ernest A. and the late Carolyn (nee VonRohr), father of Michael, brother of Corel Mora and Charles E. MacDonald Relatives and friends are Invited to attend viewing Wed morn, from 10-11 AM from THE ROWLAND-MYERS FUNERAL HOME, INC, 7013-15 Torresdale Ave. (at Tvson). Services 1 1 AM, kit. Sunset Memorial park (parking an premises) MAKCNEY Oct. 22, 1990, GERTRUDE B. (net LeMaitre), tf Brvn Mawr, Pa, wife of the late John T. Ma honey, mother of Gertrude TUghman, John T, MO, Jerry, Patrick, Michael, Robert and Mary Rogers; also survived by 1 grandchildren, her sisters, Marie Smith and Beatrice Freeman and her brothers, Joseph and Lawrence LeMaitre. Mass of Christian Burial Wed 10 AM, St. John Neumann Church, Radnor Rd and Highland La. Brvn Mawr, where relatives and friends are Invited tt cal after 9 AM Int. Calvary Cem. hi Heu of flowers, memorial donations mav be tent tt the Augustlnian Seminary Guild, P.O. Box 338, V a nova, Pa. 19085. (McCONAGH Y FUNERAL SERVICE, Ardmore) MAUTZ MARGARET 1 (nee Shields), tf Hatboro, formerly of Southampton, on Oct. 20, 1990, writ of Joseph J, mother tf Nancy Peluto, Margaret Daly, Marypat Hallman, Joseph, James, John, Michael and Kathleen Mautz, titter ot WWiam and C. Patrick Shields; also survived bv 11 grandchildren. Relatlvet and friendt trt Invited tt her funeral Wed. 9 AM, THE JAMES J. McGHEE FUNERAL HOME, 2nd St. Pike and Belmont Ave, Southampton. Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM at Our Lady ot Good Counsel Church, Southampton, kit. New Cathedral Com. Family wW receive friends Tues. eve. 7-9 PM it the funeral home. Death Notices McCOLGAN JrKFPM fl . en Od M. 1990. ten Ot Ethel M. McCtJ- gan and the late Derninick J. McCoHwn; else survived by 2 sons, Joseph and Steven and a brother, WWiam G. Relatives, friends and employees of the WWow Grove Naval Air Station are invited to cal Wed. eve. 1 tt 9 PM at WM. ROWEN GRANT FUNERAL HOME, INC Street Rd. and 2nd SI. Pike, Southampton. Mast tf Christian Burial Thurs. M AM at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, Southampton, with interment It tettw at Fernwood Cam. McGILL Entrusted tt the tart tt Thy Heavenly Angott, an Oct. 18, 1990, BABY ANDREW FRANCIS, Itvtng sen tf James and Karen (net Kety) McGW, brother of James Jr., cherished grandson ol Mr. and Mrs. James McGi and Mr. and Mrs. George KoDv; aise survived by his great grandmother, Mary Curry and many aunts and uncles. Relatives and friendt art invited tt Mass tf Christian Burial Wed., II AM, St. treneeus Church, 73rd and Grovert Ave. Arr. by JOSEPH V. FUSCO FUNERAL HOME, INC BJ-I aiiMui lea RCUUbNLIil HUGH M m rtrt. 11. 194. af Phla, Pa, beloved husband of Maria A, McLaughlin, devoted father tf Eileen M. Fifoon, Mary A, Hugh M. Jr. and Francis; also survived by 6 grandchildren. Refattvtt and friends invited to hit funeral Thurs, 1:30 AM, THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, 1401 WEST CHESTER PIKE (COR. LYNN BLVD.), UPPER DARBY, PA, and tt Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM, St. Matthias Church, Bala Cynwvd, Pa. No caling hours Wed eve. kit. SS. Peter and Paul Com. Donations m hit memory tt The Marvknta Missionaries, Mary-knot, N.Y. 10S4S would be appreciated MEYERS Oct. 20, 1990, SAMUEL, husband el the late Either (nee Friedman), tf Phila., father tf Bernard Hyman Meyers, and Susan Mevtrt Sanders, brother tf Manny Meyers, grandfather of Mira and Jonathon, tf Michigan, Sarah, Erin, and Deborah, of Calif. Relatives and friends art invited tt Graveside Services, Tuts, 1 PM, Har Jehuda Com, Upper Darby. Family wM return tt 3701 Conshohocken Ave. In heu tf Dowers, contributions In his memory may be made tt Cong. Koi Shofar, 215 Blackfietd Dr, Tiburon, CA 94920. JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON. NYSTROM Oct. 22, 1990, JOHN R, tf Croydon, beloved husband of Caroline (nee Farmer), devoted father of Crystal Clchonski, of Bensalem, Sharon Lekltis, tf Fairtess HiHs, Kenneth and Thomas Nvstrom, both of Croydon and the late John; also surviving, are hit brother, WWiam, his sisters, Virginia Spinney and Barbara Ostrander, al of Calif.; S grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral service Thurs at 10 AM in Resurrection Lutheran Church, Bristol Oxford-Valey Rd, Levittown, Pastor Richard Lorenz WW officiate, bit. Forest HWs Cem. Friends wW be received by the famlv in Church Thurs. from 9 AM until service time. Donations in hit memory may be made tt Chandler Hal Nursing Facility, Buck Rd, Newtown, Pa. 18940 or tt Resurrection Lutheran Church. Arrangements under the direction of THE HOFFMANN FUNERAL HOME, Bensalem. PETRICCIOKE Oct. 10, 1990, NETTIE (net MagHocct), mother tf Martin B. and Joseph E. Petriccione and Jennie Peta; also survived bv I grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited tt the funeral Wed, 9 AM, RUFFENACH FUNERAL HOME, 21st St. and Snyder Ave. Mass tf Christian Burial, St. Richard's Church, 10 AM kit. Holy Cross Cem. Friends may cal Tuts, 7 tt 9 PM PKRANER Of Mavfair and Pecks Pond, Pa. en Oct. 20, 1990, DONALD, beloved husband of Helena Phraner (net Pasniak) and father ot Donald G, John J, Mary Am, George A, Michael R, brother of Mrs. Virginia Hot-ferman, George D, Mrs. Dorothy Kominski, Robert and Mrs. Lois Buckley. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral Thurs. 7:30 AM from JOHN F. FLUEHR AND SONS, INC, 3301-15 Cott-man Ave. Mass tf Christian Burial, St. Timothy's Church, 9 AM Int. Our Lady of Grace Cem. Friendt mav cal Wed 7-9 PM Donations to the charity tf your choice would be appreciated PICAN0 Oct. 21, 1990, NICHOLAS (NICK), husband of the late Mae (nee Accociamessa), father tf Mary Satvagno, Clara DiRenzi and Jean Snacki; also survived bv 5 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. Funeral and Viewing Thurs. morning alter 9 AM at, THE STOLFO FUNERAL HOME, 1536-38 S. Broad St. Mass of Christian Burial, Stela Marls Church, 10:30 AM kit. Holy Cross Cem. Please make al contributions to your favorite charity. PICKARD Oct. 22, 1990, ELIZABETH L. (nee Jordan), beloved wife of the late Oliver J, dear mother of Robert V, Joseph T, James 0, Thomas M. and Fred F.; also survived bv 21 grandchildren, great grandchildren and a great great grandchild Relatlvet, friends invited to her Viewing Wed 9 AM and to Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM, Presentation B.VM Church, 100 Old Soldiers Rd, Cheltenham. Int. St. Dominic's Com. private. WACKERMAN FUNERAL HOME. PINE Oct. 22, 1990, FANNIE (nee Plnskv), wife of the late Jack, mother of Ginger Pine, Marlyn Kaplan and Met Pine; also survived bv 10 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited It luneral tervices Tues., 1 P.M. precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Mt. Lebanon Cem. Shiva wW be observed at the Kaplan residence. In lieu of Dowers, contributions in her memory mav be made tt a charity of donor's choice. PIZZICKELL0 Oct. 20, 1990, CATHERINE (net Lacovara), wife of the late Frank Piziicheflo, mother tf Marie O'Amore, Margie DiNubUe and Rose OeGregorio; alse survived bv 3 grandchildren and 1 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited tt the viewing Thurs. 10 AM from St. Richard's Church followed bv the Mast of Christian Burial at II AM Int. private in SS. Peter and Paul Com. In lieu of Dowers, the family requests donations tt St. Judt Children's Research Hospital, SOI St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 31105. Arr. by STOLFO FUNERAL HOME. QUINTO On Oct. 19, 1990, MARY ANN (nee Duncan), beloved wife of Frank A, devoted mother of Kathleen, Doreen, Kristine, Frank A. Jr. and Patricia, sister of Helene Hemessy, Elizabeth Frega, Kathrvn Freder-icksdorf, Anne Cosgrove, George, John and Joseph Duncan. Relatives and friends may cal Thurt. 9:30 AM, St. Barnabas Church, 63rd St. and Buist Ave. Mass ol Christian Burial 10 AM Int. Calvary Cem. (Arr. by KING FUNERAL HOME) REILLY C TYSON SR., Oct. 20, 1990, of Pottsvlte, he was preceded hi death bv his wife Anna Bali ReWy, survived by 3 sens, C. Tyson Jr., of LaPalm, Calif, James B. Ill, of Havertown and David B, of Wiliamsvlle, N.Y, 3 daughters, Catharine Kiefer, of Lincoln Park, Pa, Edna May Reillv, of PottsviUe and Anne B. Garman, of Carmel, Indiana, 1 brothers, James B. and Frank X, both ol PottsviUe, a sister Mary Reillv, of Ports-vine, IS grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Services wi be 9:30 AM Thurs. from, SCHLITZER-ALLEN-PUGH FUNERAL HOME, 6th and West Market Sts, PottsvWe, with Mass ol Christian Burial being celebrated at 10 AM at St. Patrick R.C. Church, PottsviUe. Int. Our Lady of Calvary Cem, PottsvWe. Contributions to St. Patrick Church Memorial Fund, 319 Mahantongo St, PottsvWe, Pa. 17901 and PottsviUe Lion's Ambulance, ct Lions Charities, P.O. Box 25, PottsviUe, Pa. 17901. REILLY THOMAS M, suddenly, Oct. 21, 1990, of Exton, Pa, beloved son of Joseph C. Sr. and Mary M. (nee Mullen), brother of Joseph C, John J, Martin F Mary Ann O'Suttivan and Agnes Marie Ware; also survived by 5 nieces and nephews. Relatives, friends and members of West Whiteiand Fire Co. are invited to funeral Thurs. 9:30 AM, THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, 43 W. LANCASTER AVE. DOWNINGTON and to Mass of Christian Burial 1 1 AM, Church of SS. Philip and James, Exton. Int. St. Agnes Cem. Friends mav call Wed. eve. 7 to 9. In lieu of Dowers, Mass Cards would be appreciated Parking in church lot directly across street. REYKAKN E. IRENE, on Oct. 20, 1990, age 88, of Chestnut Nil, beloved daughter tf the late Otto and Georgia Revmam. Relatives and friends are invited to the Funeral Service Wed 12 o'clock Noon at the West Laurel HW Chapel, Belmont Ave. Bala Cynwvd Donations to the memorial fund ol the Saint Germain Foundation of Phila, 6905 Scotforth Rd. Phila. Pa. 191 19. Family service by SPENCER T. VIDEON'S OF DREXEL HILL, 259-2200 RIVERS0 MARIANNE, entered Into eternal rest on Oct. 21, 1990, beloved daughter of Michael and Sophia (nee Ciocca), devoted sister tf Michael and Carmine, sister-in-law of Emily, loving aunt of Michael and Joanne River so; also Carmina Bonfigtio; she also leaves aunts and uncles. Mass of Christian Burial Wed. 9:30 AM precisely from the Church of St. Mary Magdalen dePazzi, 712 Montrose St., where relatives and friends mav caH from 8:30 AM. at the church until time of Mass for the reposing. Entombment New St. Mary's Cem, Bellmawr, N.J. (Arr. RONALD R. PISELLI FUNERAL CHAPELS) RODRIGUEZ Oct. 10, 1990, JOSE R, beloved husband of Felkita (nee Mora); also survived bv 2 daughters, Lucy and CamWa and 3 grandchildren, Ive, Jesse and Jerry Garcia. Relatives and friends Invited It his Services Tues, 7:30 PM, FeWonviHe Presbyterian Church, 212 E. Wyoming Ave, where friends may cal after 7 PM hit. Wed. 10:30 AM, Greenmount Cem. In lieu tf Dowers memorials co the American Cancer Society, 1422 Chestnut St., Phla, Pa. 19102 would be appreciated. ROTH VIOLET E. (net Scocca) tf Woodbury Heights, NJ, on Oct. 20, 1990, age 69vrt, sister of Inez Sassi. Funeral Services, Tues. 11 AM hi THE McGUINNESS FUNERAL HOME, 34 Hunter St, Woodbury, N.J, where friends may cal after 10 AM Int. wW be private In the Freetand Com, Freeland, Pa. Donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, II S. Broad St. Woodbury, NJ 08096. RUDOLPH Oct. 20, 1990, PAUL F, husband of Pauline D. (nee Koval) Rudolph, of Ardmore, Pa, father of Paul P. Rudolph, of W. Chester, Pa.; also survived by 4 grandchildren and brother tf Helen Higgins, tf N. Cape Mav, N.J. Relatives and friends invited to THE FUNERAL HOME OF JOHN STRETCH, E. Eagle and St. Denis Rds, Havertown Wed. 7 to 9 PM and to the Mass ol Christian Burial in St. Denis Church, Thurt. 10 AM kit. St. Agnes Com, W. Chester, Pa. SALTZMAN Oct. 22, 1990, ROSE (nee LHvhi), of Rvdal, Pa, devoted wife of the late Samuel, beloved mother of Joan Saltzman, Esq., and sister of Mrs. Esther Goleman. Services Wed 11 AM precisely at ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS, 4720 N. Broad St. (455-0100). Int. Har Nebo Cem. The famlv wW be at her late residence. Contributions hi her memory, may be made tt The Cheltenham Chapter tf ORT. SHAFFER HOWARD B, on Oct. 22, 1990, of Atunston, husband tf the late Ethel Sonneborn Shaffer, father tf Lynn Humber and Carol FitzPatrick, grandfather of Barry, Beth Am and Richard Humber, Sandra F. Vitzhum, and Heather FitzPatrick, brother ot Linford L. Shaffer and Florence S. Jenkins; also survived by 4 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to his funeral service Thurt. 8 PM Abington Presbyterian Church, Susquehanna and Old York Rds., Abington. hit. private. Masonic service m the sanctuary 7 PM The lamlv WW receive relatives and friends hi the church parlor after 7:15 PM In lieu of Dowers, remembrances may be sent It Abington High School Alumni Assn. Scholarship Fund, PO Box 55, Abington, Pa. 19001 or Memorial Fund of Abington Presbyterian Church, Abington, Pa. 19001. (Arr. BARON ROWLAND F.D., Abington) Death Notices SHEPPARD frn Richard Bruce Shepoard and Ben-Devid Krd brrtve? of Rocky Sheppard grandfather tf Dad ft Deborah Mascitti, Justin Sheppard, Jacque-hnVjt Sheppard, Ross ?J Bautivet and friends are mvrted to Services Tues. 11 AM JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON, N. Broad St. KveTlst Ave. mt. Roosevelt JJ w return to the late restencejn li olFers con-tribuhons hi his memory mav be made It any AlZntt-meft chanty tt the denor't cnoict. SILVERTHORNE OCt. It, 1990, MARIE ("'"s S?rvh7ed bv - 4 grandchildren and 3 great nhied Kusas'chIjbi'nsk funeral home of kcuLnrsoT 1601-03 I 2nd St. Mast al Christian BuVCcn WSXttjSZSffi int. Holy Cross Cem. Friendt may cal Wed eve. 7 tt 9 S0K0L0WSKI Oct. 10, 1990, JOHN S. SR, beloved husband of Helen vMnee Krasowski), father of John S. Sekotowski Jr., AnH D?e, Marianne Mullen, grandtatherrt Marian Tend Andrea Miller and Alexandra Mullen XVwSSr, brotherof J" Olszewski, Jose-phme McPhersen, Stella Peters and Charlotte Soke-towski. Relatives and friends are invited to Funeral, Wed 9 AM at THE KOLLER FUNERAL HOME, 6835 RidgeAve (CoT. of Livezev). Mass tf Christian Burial 10AM Holv Famlv Church. Cf rvOjnv Donations m his memory to Holy Famlv Memorial Fund, 234 Hermitage SI, Phla, 19127, would be appreciated Friends may cal Tuts, eve 7-9 PM SULLIVAN MYRTLE A. (nee Henry), on Oct. 21, 1990, of Academy Gardens section of N E. Phla, beloved wHe tf Albert Sulivan, devoted mother ol Cynthia Sullivan Doyle; also survived bv her brother, Marvin Henry, titters, Florence Weler and Grace Kozlowski and sister-in-law, Florence Henry. Funeral Service wW be held Wed 10:30 AM tt Macalester Torresdale Pret-bvterian Church, Crown-Morrel Ave. Phla. Pa. 19114. Viewing Tuev eve. 7 to 9 PM at THE LAMBIE FUNERAL HOME, 8000 Rowland Ave. (al Rhawn St.) hit. HWside Cem, Roslva In lieu of Dowers, memorials in Myrtle's name to the above named church would be appreciated. TAYLOR Oct. 1), 1990, MARY E. (net Gallagher), formerly tf Lawndalt, bom County Sligo, Ireland, beloved wife tf the late Edward C, dear sister of Barbara Gaughan, aunt of Sr. Barbara Gallagher, O.S.F.; also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to her funeral Wed after 10 AM at St. William's Church, 6200 N. Rising Sun Ave. Mass of Christian Burial wil follow at 11 AM Int. Holv Sepulchre Cem. No evening viewing. Donations to Immaculate Mary Home, Holme Ave. and Welsh Rd Phla. Pa. 19136 would be appreciated by the lamlv. (Arr. THE JAMES M CAMPBELL FUNERAL HOME, Lawndale and Richboro, Pa.) TOMCZAK Oct. 21, 1990, JOHN F, devoted husband of Myrtle R. (Wels), beloved father of Francis, John and Michael; sadly missed by 7 grandchildren, 4 sisters, and 1 brothers. Relatives and friends invited to the funeral Thurs, 8:30 AM, JOSEPH T. SEKULA FUNERAL HOME, INC, 2634 E. Aleghenv Ave. (Cor. of Thompson St.). Mass of Christian Burial, 10 AM, Church of the Nativity B.VM Int. Our Lady tf Grace Cem. Viewing Wed evt. 7 tt 9. UPDIKE Oct. 21, 1990, formerly tf Gtn, ETHEL E. (nee Han-ton), age 83, wife of the late Harry H, sister of Mary Gebhardt, Helen Turner, Althea White, Albra and Earl Hannon, aunt of Albra Hannoa Relatives and friends invited to service Wed. II AM, JOS. J. McGOLDRICK FUNERAL HOME, West Ave. and Cedar St, Jenkintown. Int. Ivv Hill Cem. Friends mav cal at the funeral home Wed after 10 AM VALINOTE On Oct. 21, 1990, MILDRED, tf 125 E. MavDeld St, wife of the late Wiliam Valinote, survived by 3 brothers, Harry and Robert Race and Elmer McCord and a sister Dolores Buckles, 2 nephews, Robert and Wayne Race. Relatives and friends invited to Funeral Service Wed. 10 AM at, KESTER FUNERAL HOME, 609-11 E. Allegheny Ave, where friends may cal to view after 8:30 AM Int. Our Lady of Grace Cem. Please omit Dowers. VOGT On Oct. 21, 1990, ROSE J. (nee Kuchter), suddenly, of Bustteton, beloved wife of the late Richard and stepmother of Carol and Joanne, daughter-in-law tf Elsie Vogt, dear sister of Louis and the late Frank, sister-in-law of Marie Kuchler; also survived bv 5 nephews and 4 nieces. Relatives and friends are Invited to her funeral Thurs. 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. William's Church, 10 A.M. Int. Lawnview Cem. No evening viewing. VOGT REGINA U suddenly, Oct. 11, 1990, (nee O'Brien), beloved wife of WWiam, dear mother of Wiliam and Christina, daughter of James J. and Carmeta A. O'Brien; also survived bv brothers, James O'Brien, Rev. Mr. Thomas O'Brien, Michael O'Brien, and sister, Mary Anne Heisse. Relatives and friends are invited to Funeral Thurt. 9:30 AM. GARZONE FUNERAL HOME, 1830 E. Somerset St. Mass of Christian Burial, Ascension tf Our Lord Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Com, Viewing Wed eve 7-9. WAGNER on Oct. 11, 1990, DAVID L, tf Mantua, NJ, a school teacher, beloved brother of Wayne, Gordon, and Paul; also survived bv nieces and nephews. Relatlvet and friends and fellow teachers are invited to Funeral Services Thurs. eve. 7 PM at THE JOSEPH V. FUSCO FUNERAL HOME, INC, South Phla, 1344-46-48 Ellsworth St. Valet Parking. In lieu of Dowers, famlv requests donations in his name be made tt your favorite charity. WAGNER On Oct. 12, 1990, RICHARD P, of Washington Two, N.J, age 54, beloved husband of Joan M (nee Meth), father of Peter C, Diane Jacobs, brother of Susan DeLisi. Viewing Wed eve. 7 to 9 PM at THE EGIZI FUNERAL HOME. 200 Ganttown Rd, Tuniersvltt, Washington Two, N.J. WATERHOUSE Oct. 21, 1990 ALICE I. (nee Longworth) formerly tf Kensington, age 100 vrt. Wife of the late Alfred C. Aunt of John Lacy and Mary Bahm. Relatives and friends are invited to a Mass of Christian Burial, Fri. 10 AM St. Joseph's Church, Rte. 611 and County U Rd. , Warrington. Int. Lawnview Com, Friends may cal at the church aft. 9:30 AM Arrangements by HOLLEN FUNERAL HOME WOLFE Oct. 21, 1990, CLAIRE LILLIAN of Gladwvne, PA, beloved friend of F.X. McCloskey. Relatives and friends are invited to her Mass of Chrisitian Burial Wed 1 PM St. Margaret's Church, N. Narberth Ave, Narberth. Int. private. Spiritual Remembrances would be appreciated (McCONAGHY FUNERAL SERVICE, Ardmore) WOODRING On Oct. 11, 1990, MARGARET CARFIOLI (net D'Orazio), beloved wife of the late Wiliam M, devoted mother of Frank Cartioli, dearest mother-in-law ol Emily M. Carfioli, dear sister of Angelo and Pasquale D'Orazio; also survived by her grandson, Frank J. Carfioli and his wife, Carol and her granddaughter, Emily C. Carfioli and 3 great grandchildren, Kristen, Michael and Lauren Carfioli. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral service on Tues. morning at 10 AM at THE CAVANAGH FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, 301 Chester Pike, Norwood. Friendt mav cal after 9 AM Int. to be private. WOODS TERESA B. WOODS on Sun. Oct. 11, 1990 tf Olney, beloved daughter tf the late Charles A. and Helena McGuckin Woods and sister of Jane C. Woods, the late Rev. Msgr. Charles A, Helena M, and Elizabeth A. Woods. Family, friends and members of St. Helena's B.VM Sodality are invited to call Wed. eve. between 7-9 PM at GEITNER'S OF OLNEY, Godfrey Ave. at Lawrence St. and art invited to participate hi her Mass of Christian Burial Thurs. morning at 10 o'clock Church of St. Helena. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. YEAGER Oct. 20, 1990, FRANK W, of Hotmesburg, beloved husband of Emlla (nee Gasiorowski) and dear father of Dorothy Snyder; also survived bv ont granddaughter, Diana Lvnn Snyder. Relatives, friends and members of Plumbers Local 690 and the Knights tf Pvthius Camera Club are invited to attend luneral services Wed after 10 AM until 11:30 AM at THE ALDWORTH FUNERAL HOME, Decatur and Charles Sts. Interment private. Contributions hi hit memory to American Cancer Society, 1422 Chestnut St. Phla. Pa. 19102 art preferred YETMAN Oct. 21, 1990, WILLIAM H. JR., age 73 vrt.; husband of the latt Mary I. (nee Hemessy), father of Eileen Rueter, Jane Gallagher, Mercedes Buffington and Mary Agnes Haman; also survived by 9 grandchl-dren. Relatives and friendt are invited to Funeral, Wed. 9 AM, HOLLEN FUNERAL HOME, 3160 Grant Ave. (Wett ol Academy Rd). Matt o Christian Burial, SI. Jerome's Church, 10 AM Int. Resurrection Com. Friends mav cal Tues. eve. 7 tt 9 ZECCA YOLANDA ZECCA on Mon. Oct 12, 1990 of Otnev, beloved sister of Eleanor Zecca. Funeral Services and Int. wW be private and at convenience of family. GEITNER'S OF OLNEY AND FOX CHASE ZIPIN Oct. 11, 1990, LILLIAN (net Ottroff), wife of the late Abraham, mother of Dr. Bemice Tucker and Dr. Donald Ziphi; also survived bv 7 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Wed. 10 A.M. precisely "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Mt. Lebanon Cem. The family wW return to the residenct tf Dr. Bernict Tucker. Cemetery lots VALLEY FORGE GARDENS, King of Prussia, lot 1SI-C (Sec. 20, spaces 1,2,3 and 41. $2200. Call 609-863-181! during week or 609-694-2661 weekend. In Memoriams COSXEY, JAMES F.JR. October 23, 1978. On hit Twelfth Anniversary. Sadly missed by wife, Marie and daughter, Cathy. VALENTINO, OFFICER ALBERT A. Aug. 22,1952 -Oct. 23, 1989 ki loving memory tf my son Albert who passed away one year ago today. A light It from our household gone, a voke we loved it stilled, a place it vacant in our home, which never can be filled Some may think you are forgotten, though on earth you are no more, . but in memory you are with ut, at you always were before. Forever In Our Hearts. Al Our Love. Mom: Mary, Brothers and Sisters: Theresa, Anthony, Mary, Patrick, Bemadette, Gloria, Michael and Veronica.

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