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R4 South Jersey THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER Friday, January 9, 1998 Obituaries Mae Questel, 89, the voice of Betty Boop ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK Mae Questel, 89. who provided the loopy, childlike voice of the cartoon characters Betty Boop and Olive Oyl, died Sunday at her home. Ms. Questel was a veteran of the stage, the screen and vaudeville. She played Woody Allen's intrusive, omnipresent mother in the movie New York Stories. Born in the Bronx, Ms. Questel was discovered at 17 when she was signed to perform on the vaudeville circuit. She did imitations of popular performers such as Maurice Chevalier and Marlene Dietrich. When animator , Max Fleischer heard one of Ms. Ques-tel's perform Mae Questel in a 1978 photograph ances, he signed her to take over the squeaky voice of Betty Boop. The sound was actually modeled on the voice of another actress, Helen Kane, who created a sensation on Broadway in 1928 with a "boop-boop-a-doop" rendition of the hit song "I Wanna Be Loved by You." The Betty Boop character was retired in 1939, but Ms. Questel returned to the character when Betty appeared in the 1988 movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit In 1933, Ms. Questel created the voices of Olive Oyl and Sweet Pea for the Popeye cartoons. In the Nation and the World Owen Bradley Nashville producer, 82 Owen Bradley, 82, who produced hits by Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn and was credited with making Nashville the meqpa of country mu-. sic, died Wednesday in Nashville. In 1955, Mr. Bradley opened the first recording studio on Nashville's Music Row, then opened the 'Nashville office of Decca Records three years later. He ran it for 16 years and produced hits by Cline, Lynn, Brenda Lee, Conway Twitty, Ernest Tubb and many others. Mr. Bradley was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1974. Robert A. Houghton RFK murder investigator, 84 Robert A. Houghton, 84, the former assistant Los Angeles police chief who led the police investigation into Sen. Robert F. Kennedy's assassination and the Charles Man-son murders, died in Los Angeles Dec. 31 of heart failure. Mr. Houghton was determined not to repeat the botched record of the Dallas police when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963. Although JFK's suspected assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, was captured quickly, he was soon slain in custody by Jack Ruby. When Robert Kennedy was shot to death at the Ambassador Hotel on June 5, 1968, police immediately arrested Sirhan B. Sirhan, who was convicted of the murder and is serving a life term. Jack T. Conway Labor leader, activist, 80 Jack T. Conway, 80, a labor leader and social activist who was instrumental in the establishment of Head Start and other programs during the Johnson administration's war on poverty, died Tuesday in Sarasota, Fla. Mr. Conway headed President Lyndon B. Johnson's Community Action Program, which administered grants to hundreds of communities and was part of the Office of Economic Opportunity. After leaving the administration, Mr. Conway was president of Common Cause where he was a vocal' opponent of the Vietnam War from 1970 to 1975. He then became executive director of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, and later was senior vice president of the United Way of America. Death Notices ABDUUH ALICE, Jan. I, ltd HANCOCK F.H. LTD. ARMBRUSTER Jaa I, 1998, HELEN M (nee McLaughHn), at Norm Cap May, NJ, formerly of St. Gabriel's, South Phila and Juniata Park; mother of Jamas J., HMn M. McHogti and ma lata Margarat McGehrm; sister of Elizabeth Hassel; ah turvived by IS grandchildren and If rat orandchikjrea Refativet, triands, Senior Citizem Young In Spirit and mcmbars of C D A. Court Rota Cecilia invited to Funeral, Mon. 9:30 A-M. at THE GUCKIN FUNERAL H4ME, 141 E. Huntini Park Ave Mast of Christian Burial, II AM, Holy Innocent! Church. Interment, Holy Cross Cam. Family prefers Mass Remembrancet or Donations to Cardinal KroH Center, im S. Sproul Rd, Springfield, PA 19044. Viewing Sun. Eva. 7 to 9. Death Notices AVEDISIAN (JEHAXIAN) Lucy, Jaa 7, 1998, devoted mother of Joe and Ralph Jehantan, grandmother of S, great grandmother of S and I great great grandson. Her Funeral service w be 11:00 AM Sat. St. Gregory The Muminator Armenian Apottokc Church, 1701 Ridge Ave. Viewing I hour prior to service in me Church, ki lieu of Dowers, memorial contnbotions may be made to the Church and the ARS (ANI Chapter) VRAIM BECK Jan. 7, 1998, WILLIAM J- beloved husband of Joan G. (nee Rescigno); tamer of William R. (Gina) and Robert J.; son at Viola Beck (nee Nefferdort); brother of Raymond, Charles, Steven, Michael, Pat Mawson, Donna Beck, Linda Beck, Barbara Shaver and Carat Ireland. Relatives and friends Invited to caH, Sun., 7 to 9 PM, GALZERANO FUNERAL HOME, 9304 OLO BusHeton Ave. (below Welsh Rd.) Funeral Mass, Moa, II AM, Matemitv B.VM Church. Int. Resurrection Cem. BETANCOURT HELEN (nee McCray) an Jan. 7, 1991, age H years, of Cathedral Village, Phiia., PA, formerly of Moorestown, N.J., wife of the late Dr. Raul R. Betancourt, mother of the late Raul Betancourt, sister of Paul McCray of Medford, N.J.; grandmother of 4 grandchildren. Graveside service Mon. II AM at The First Presbyterian Cem., Moorestown, N J. Memorial Service Mon. 2 PM at St. Mary's Episcopal Church at Cathedral Village, 630 E. Cathedral Rd Phila., PA. Contributions in her memory may be made to Cathedral Vilage, 600 E. Cathedral Rd., Phila., PA 19128. Arr. by LEWIS FUNERAL HOME, Moorestown, N J. BOOKFER Jan. 7, 199), IRENE (nee Zelson), wife of Jacob, mother of Larry (Mvra) Bookfer, Lvnn Gordon, llene Bookfer, and RocheUe (Maurice) Swartz; sister of Seymour Zelson, Albert Zelson, and Reba Shapiro; grandmother ol Robvn, Jaime, Kimberly, Nina and Brian. Relatives and friends are invited to Funeral Services Fri. 3:30 PM. precisely, GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS SUBURBAN NORTH, 310 Second St. Pike, Southampton (bet. County Line and Street Rds.). Int. Shalom Memorial Park. Shiva wiH be observed at the Gordon residence. Contributions in her memory may be made to the charity of the donor's choice. BORDONI-(BUONACUORE) Jan. 8, W8, HELEN; beloved wife of me late Bob; devoted mother of Joseph and Daria; grandmother of Daria. Ann, John and Michaeli great grandmother of Jenicka and David; survived by 2 sisters and 2 brothers. Relatives and friends invited to VIEWING, SAT., 1:30 AM, Armunication Church, 10th & Dickinson Sts; followed by a FUNERAL MASS, 9.30 AM Interment, Holy Cross Cem. In lieu of flowers, make Memorial Donations to St. John Neumann N.H., 10000 Roosevelt Blvd. Phila, PA. (CARTO F.H. INC.) BROOME G. DA VID., on Jan. 7, 1998, husband of Veronica T. (nee Calnon), of Wallingford. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his Funeral Mass at I PM Mon. in St. John Chrvsostom Church, 60S S. Providence Rd., Wallingford where friends may call after 6 PM Int. private. Contributions in his name to G. David Broome Memorial Scholarship, co Strath haven Hiofi School, 20S S. Providence Rd., Wallingford 19086 would be appreciated. (CARR FUNERAL HOME, Wallingford). BUCKLEY On Jan. 198, MARIAN V. (nee McClain), age 86, beloved wife of Ernest J., of Broomall; devoted mother of Ernest Jr. of Phila. and Robert of CA; also survived by 4 grandchildren, a great grandson and her sister, Florence Yeager of Sharon Hill Funeral Service Monday, 10 AM, In Trinity Methodist Church, Eagle Rd. and Maryland Ave., Havertown, PA, where friends may call after 9 AM Int. Glenwood Cemetery. CARR Jaa 7, 1998, of Fairmount, HELEN C. (nee Negle), wife of the late Thomas, mother of Thomas, Robert and Mrs, Helen McCann. Also survived by 3 sisters, Margaret Grigal, Mary N. Negle and Virgina Foley; 7 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends invited to Funeral Mon. 8:00 AM from THE WILLIAM J. PHILLIPS FUNERAL HOME, 368 N. 23rd St. Funeral Mass St. Francis Xavier Church me Oratory of St. Philip Nerl 10 AM Int. Holy Cross Cem. Donations in her memory to me Mont. Co. Geriatrics Ctr., 1600 Blackrock Rd. Roversford Pa. 19468 will be appreciated by me family. CRASHER Jan. 8, 1998, CLARA (nee Fireman); wife of me late Philip, of Phila; mother of Molly (Robert) Freedman and me late Aaron (Helene) Crasner; sister of Ben Fireman; grandmother of Rosalee (John) Dilulio, Suianne (Alan) Starker, Dr. Joshua (Or. Stefanie) Crasner, Albert (Anne) Freedman and David Freedman; great grandmother of Elizabeth, John Peter, Daniel, Rebecca, Abbie, Aaron, Lauren and Jack. Relatives and friends are invited to Graveside Services, Fri., 10:30 AM, precisely, at Montefiore Cem. (Sec 13). Shiva will be observed at me Freedman residence. The family suggests Contributions in her memory may be made to The Phila. Geriatric Center or Families of Spinal Muscular Atrophy Research, PO Box 196, Libertvville, ILL 60048-0196. GOLDSTEINS ROSENBERGS RAPHAEL SACKS DEAL CHARLES S. of Narberth, PA. died on Wed. Jan. 7, 1998 at me age of 91. He is survived by his wife of 68 vrs. Mary (Noe) Deal; 3 children, Reqina Varalk), Charles G. Deal and Clarke W. Deal; 9 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his Funeral service on Sat. Jan. 10, 10:30 AM at the THE CHADWICK AND MCKINNEY FUNERAL HOME, Athens Ave. and Simpson Rd., Ardmore, PA where me family will receive guests after 9:30 AM. Int. Valley Forge Gardens. DICKKOHER On Jan. 7, 1998, HENRY H. of Ridley Park, beloved husband of Lillian (nee Somp), devoted farrier of Charles, Mary Noal, Henry, Carol Neri and Richard Dickhoner; dear brother of Dorothy Mansfield; dear grandfather of Mark, Richard, Steven and Tyler. Service and Int. private. Arr. by THE CAVANAUGH FAMILY FUNERAL HOME OF NORWOOD. DICKINSON JOHN DAVID, on Dec. 28, 1997, age 77; beloved husband of (Hertha) Doris (nee Whitford) Dickinson, of Edgmont Twp, Newtown Square, PA and formerly of Springfield. Memorial Service at White Horse Village, Edgmont Twp, Sat., Jaa 17th at 10:30 AM Memorial Gifts may be sent to The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, I Reed St, 200, Phila, PA 19147. DiDEO On Jan. 7, 1998, MARIAN H. (nee Hendri), beloved wife of Dominic H. DiDeo, devoted mother of Andrea Chronister and her late husband Mark of Phoenix AZ, Daniel DiDeo and his wife Roberta of Manlius N.Yj grandmother of Paul D. and Mark DiDeo; sister of James Hendri and his wife Dorothy. Relatives and friends are Invited to call Sat. after 9 AM and to participate in her Funeral Mass 10 AM Resurrection of Our Lord Church, Castor and Shelmire Sts., Phila. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Family suggests memorials be made in Marian's name to The American Diabetes Assn., One Plymouth Meeting Mall, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19426. PETER H. GERS, 21S-646-8SS6 DIETRICH On Jan. 7, 1998, GUNDOMAR, age 78, of Wayne, formerly of Farmington CT; loving husband of Hiktegard; caring tamer of Christina, and Barbara and her husband Robert; beloved Ah of Robbie and Heidi; he will also be greatly missed by his family members in Germany. Relatives and friends are invited to attend me Memorial Service 3 PM Saturday Jan. 10, at ALLEVA FUNERAL HOME INC., 1724 E. Lancaster Ave., Paoli. Receiving time 2:30 to 1 PM on Saturday at me Funeral Home. DOBROWOLSKI On Jan. 7, 1998, EDWARD P. of Sea Isle City, NJ. formerly of Audubon, NJ., age 72, husband of Helen (nee Egan), father of Edward J. and his wife Nancy of Medford, N.J. and Kathleen of Sea Isle City; grandfather of Jennifer and Kimbertv, brother of Wanda Smith ol Phila., PA. Mr. Dobrowolski was a member of VFW Post 7410, Bellmawr, a Marine Corp, Vet of WWII and Korea and an employee of Globe Ticket in Horsham, PA and Regent Printing in Thorofare, N.J. There wiH be a Viewing Sun. Eve. from 7 to 9 P.M. and Mon. morning from 8:15 to 9:15 AM at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME BELLMAWR, 200 S. Black Horse Pike, Bellmawr, N.J. Funeral Mass 10 AM Mon. at Sacred Heart R.C. Church, Mt. Ephraim, NJ. Ent. New St. Mary's Mausoleum, Bellmawr. Family requests in lieu of flowers donations be made to VFW Post 7410, 13 Walnut St. Bellmawr, NJ. 08031. DOUGHERTY of Mayfair, formerly of St. Agatha Parish, on Jan. 7,1998,JOSEPH J.beioved brother of Frank, Marie A. and me late William. Also survived bv nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his viewing and Funeral, Monday, 8:30 AM at JOHN F. FLUEHR AND SONS, INC, 3301-15 Cottman Ave. Funeral Mass St. Matthew Church, 10:00 AM Rite of Committal Holy Cross Cem. No viewing Sua eve. In heu of flowers the family prefers donations in his memory to McAuley Convent, SI 7 Montgomery Ave. Merlon Pa. 19064. EAYONSGN On Jan. 5, 1991, MARY (nee Hoffner), age 89, of Phila., formerly of Merlon; survived bv her sister Catherine M. Peters of S.C., 2 nieces and 3 nephews. Funeral Service 11:30 AM Fri. in THE FRANK C. VIDEON FUNERAL HOME, Sproul and Lawrence Rds., Broomall, where friends may call after 11 AM m Heu ol flowers, memorial gifts may be sent in her name to me American Cancer Society, 600 N. Jackson St., Media, PA 19063. Interment West Laurel Hi Cam FLANAGAN ETHEL M. (nee Galen), Jaa S, 1998; wife of the late Joseph (Zeke), mother of Philip, John (Nancy) Flanagan, Josephine (Hwirv) Doran; grandmother of 7 and great grandmottier of one. Viewing 9 A.M. Saturday Jaa 10 at St. Francis Xavier, The Oratory, followed bv Mass of Christian Burial 10:30 AM Interment Holv Sepulchre Cemetery. (FLANAGAN-McGEE FUNERAL HOME) Death Notices FOSTER-BLUE OLIVIA E. 'LIBBY' as she was known to her family an many friends, died suddenly, on Jaa 1, 1998; bom and raised in North Phila; she was the ontv child of Mrs. Ethel Foster. She was educated ki the Catholic Archdiocese of Phila. She was a graduate of Little Flower High School She went on to have a long career whit Bel Atlantic where she retired at an eartv age. Libbv was a long time resident of LmdenwoJd, NJ. She was also an active member in countless organuations relating to the care of her child. Libbv is survived bv her only daughter, Tamarra Renee Foster, other family members and a host of friends. The Funeral win be held, Sat, Jaa 10, 1991 at G-CHOICE FUNERAL CHAPEL, 2530 N. Broad St, Phila. The Viewing win be held 10 AM; followed bv the Service at 11 AM GAY MARJORIE on Jaa 4, 1991. Survived bv her husband Samuel Gay, children Samuel Gay, Jr. Glenn E. Gay and Marilyn Gay Edney, brother Frederick Goodson, granddaughter Stacev R. James, son-in-law Willie M. Edney lit and a hast of other loving family and friends. Viewing 5 PM Sua Jaa 1 1th at Vine Memorial Baptist Church, 5600 W. Girard Ave. Service 7 PM kit. Ivy Hil Cem. Depart Church Jaa 12m, 9 AM Professional Services WOOD FUNERAL HOME GIBSON THOMAS C. formerly of Southampton, on Dec. 9, 1997 in Fla. Survivors include sons, Tom (Cathy) and PhD, daughter Andi (Gerald) Summer, predeceased bv son David. Services Jan. 10, 1998, 12 noon, St. John's Episcopal Church, Norristowa GRUK8IKE Jaa 4, 1998, JOSEPH C SR., husband of Dorothy May (nee Hatdeman), of So.W. Phila., father of the late Joseph C. Jr., father-in-law of Eileen Grumbtne, also survived bv nieces and nephews. An Army Veteran of WWII and participant in The Bathe of The Bulge. Relatives, friends, members of Improved Order of Redmen may call Mon. 7 to 9 P.M. and Tues. 930 AM at KISH FUNERAL HOME, 6506 Etmwood Ave. Phila. Services 11 AM Tues. at Trinity Lutheran Church, 18th and Wotf Sts, Phila. hit. Glenwood Mem. Cem. HENJES On Jaa 7, 1998, FRED, husband of the late Joan (nee Carroll) of Cherry Hid (formerly of Haddonfield, NJ), survived bv 2 daughters Carol Meyers, Patricia Principato, 3 sons, Frederic J. IV, Kurt, and John Paul, a sister Grace Pittoni, and 10 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend ma funeral Sat. 10:30 AM from me BLAKE-DOYLE FUNERAL HOME, 226 Codings Ave., Collingswood, NJ. Funeral Mass 11:30 AM St. Rose of Lima Church, H addon Heights. Int. New St. Mary's Cem., Bellmawr. Viewing Fri eve. 7-9 PM at me Funeral Home. The family requests memorial contributions to me Phila. Liver Transplant Fdn. Attn: Artene Gatto, co 5401 Old York Rd, Klein BkttvSuite 509, Phila. PA 19141. HIGGINS On Jaa 8, 1998, MARY A. (Hulton) of Upper Darby, beloved wife of the late John F. Higgins, devoted mother of John F. Higgins Jr. and Jeannette Notaro; dear sister of Rum Keenan; also survived bv 5 grandchildren and a great grandson. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend her viewing Mon. after 10:00 AM in the Church of St. Akce, Walnut St. and Copley Rd, Upper Darby. Followed bv her Funeral Mass at 11:00 AM Int. SS Peter and Paul Cent. In lieu of flowers Mass cards are preferred. Arr. bv THE JOHN P. DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, Walnut St. and Copley Rd, Upper Darby HILFER On Jan. 8, 1998, DINA (nee Gelman) of Golden Slipper Uptown Home, 7800 Bustleton Ave, Phila, PA, mother of Leonard Hitter. Relatives and friends are invited to Service Fri. 9:30 AM JOSEPH LEVINE AND SON, N. Broad St. above 71st Ave. Int. Har Jehuda Cem. Contributions in her memory may be made to the Golden Slipper Uptown Home. HOCHGERTEL ROBERT F. age 71, of Riverside, NJ, suddenly on Jaa 7, 1998, devoted husband of Gikja (nee Ercolani); cherished father of Robert F. Jr. Ida Walker and husband Darryl Harris, Jill and William Bowman; loving brother of Ruth Ptieffenberger, Anna DiCello, and Harry; grandfather of 2. Memorial Services Sat. Jan. 10th, at 1 PM. at MAXWELL FUNERAL, 573 Mill Creek Rd., Manahawkki, NJ. Burial is private. HOFFMAN Jaa 7, 1998, SARAH; survived bv nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends am invited to Graveside Services, Fri. 12 Noon, precisely, at Mt. Lebanon Cem. (Sec 38), Cotlingdale, PA. Contributions in her memory may be made to The City ol Hope. GOLDSTEINS ROSENBERGS RAPHAEL SACKS HOUGH DR. MARY ISABELLE, 100, on Jaa 6, 1998, of Media. Survived bv her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ebon Parker Hough, 7 nieces and 3 nephews. Relatives and friends art Invited to attend a Memorial Service 2 PM Sat. at the Media Presbyterian Church. Arr. THE RIGBY HARTING & HAGAN FUNERAL HOME, 15 E. Fourth Street Media, PA JARDIKE Jan. 1, 1998, MELVA M. (nee RITZ), beloved wife of me late William Howard, survived bv her dear friends Marion L. Benner and Beverly Reinboth. Relatives, friends and members of the Mavfavrers Seniors and St. Johns Prime Timers are invited to HER VIEWING Mon. 9:30 - 10:30 AM Mayfair United Presbyterian Church, Tudor and Crispin Sts. followed by Religious Service 10:30 AM Int. private. Contributions made in Metva's memory to me charity of me donor's choice would be appreciated. ROWLAND-MYERS FUNERAL HOME, INC, 215-624-3535 KERNAGHAN AGNES R. (nee Fasv) Jaa 7, 1998, Oreland, beloved wife of me late Walter J.; mother of Eileen Morrow, Walter J. Jr, Elizabeth Wisniewski and me late Joseph R. Kernaghan. Also survived bv 10 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren and foster child George McCabe; sisters Elizabeth Finkenhofer, Dorothy Smith and brothers Sam and John Fasv. Funeral Mass Tues. 10 AM Holy Martyrs Church, Ulmer Ave. and Allison Rd. Oreland. Friends may call after 9:30 AM at ma Church. Int. Ivv Hill Cemetery. CRAFT OF ERDENHEIM KINDERMANN ROBERT W. JR, 38, of Bensalem, PA, died Wed. Jaa 7, 1998, at his home, husband of Susan Daly Kindermann; and also survived bv Whiskers; his parents, Robert W. and Elizabeth Hill Kindermann, Jr.; a sister, Barbara and John Baier, and brother of me late John E. Kindermann, Sr.; his father-in-law, Augustine Daly and mother-in-law, me late Elizabeth, his sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Pat and Kevin McLaughlin and Augustine Daly, III; he is also uncle of Chrissie, Kim and Lisa Baier, John Kindermann Jr. Nicole and Gussie Dalv. Mass of Christian Burial will be held Sal. Jaa 10, 1998, at 11 AM, St. Ephrem Catholic Church, 5340 Huknevike Rd, Bensalem. Int. wiH be in Resurrection Cem., Bensalem. Relatives and friends may can at the Church from 9:30 to 11 AM Family arrangements are under me direction of JOHN F. GIVNISH FUNERAL HOME, Phila., PA 215-281-0100. Memorial contributions may be made to me Frankford Cancer Center, co Frankford Torresdale Hospital, Knights and Red Lion Road, Phila, PA. KING Of Ocean City, NJ, on Jan. 4, 1998, EDNA (not Somnwdtd), aved 9S years, betoved wife of Franklin A. King, dear mother of John B. Townsend of Blue BeH, PA and AWen B. Towns end of Egg Harbor Township, NJ; also surviving are 7 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Her Funeral Service wiH be offered Tues. afternoon at one o'clock, from THE GODFREY FUNERAL HOME OF PALERMO, 644 South Short Road, Palermo, NJ where friends may caH from 12 Noon until time of service. Burial wiN follow in Coid Spring Cemetery, Coid Spring, NJ. The family suggests those who desire send memorial contributions to the charity of one's choice. LAGAN Jaa 7, 1998, CECILIA M. (nee McKeirnes), age 14; wife of the late Edward Lagan, beloved mother of Dorothy C Desiato (Lou), also survived by 3 grandchildren Diane MiHer, Sandy CampbeH, and Valorie Loiseau; sister of Joseph McKairnes and me late Frank McKairnes. Relatives and friends are invited to her viewing and funeral Moa 9 AM Maternity BVM Church, 9220 OLD Bustleton Ave. followed bv Funeral Mass 10 AM Int. Sunset Memorial Park. (BURNS FUNERAL HOME, 215-837-1414) LeDENT MARGARET B. (ROWAN), on Jaa , 1998, beloved wife of the late William and loving mother of Diana Pearce; also survived bv 5 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren, sister of Michael McLaughlin and Dolores McLaughlin and many nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends invited to her funeral Mon, 8 AM, SCHOBERT FUNERAL HOME, 1477 Harrison St., Frankford...(743-2727) and to her Mast of Christian Burial 10 AM, St. Joachim Church. Int. Forest Hills Cem. Parking on our 50 car lot. LEGALLAIS On Jaa 8, 1998, SELMA (nee Mam), age 78, beloved wife of Victor, of Broomall; survived bv her children, Lvnn L. James and her son-in-law, Lawrence, ol Michigan and Eric Legakait and her daughter-in-law, Marilyn, of Broomalb 2 sisters and a brother. Funeral Service, Sat, 4 PM In THE FRANK C. VIDEON FUNERAL HOME, Sproul and Lawrence Rds, BroomaH; where friends mav call after 3 PM Those desiring may tend Contributions to The American Diabetes Assn, 1 Plymouth Meeting, Ste 520, Plymouth Mvviing, PA Ie2. Int. at convenience of family. LONG WILLIAM H. Jan. 8, 1998, husband of the late Mary M. (nee McElwee), tamer of William H. John J Joseph B. Loretta L. Simon, Barbara A. Fehenberger and Margaret M Long; also survived by 11 grandchildrea Funeral Service Mon., 10 A.M. at THE DILL-SWEENEY FUNERAL HOME, fnt N. Newtown Street Rd. (Rt. 252) Newtown Souere, where friends mav call after 9 A.M. Calling hours Sun. eve. 7 to 9 PM Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Memorial contributions to The Kidney Foundation, 325 Chestnut St., Suite 1016, PhMa, PA 1910a would be preferred. Death Notices MADSEN FLORENCE B. (nee McCool), Jaa 7, 1998, of Erdenheim; beloved wife of the late Arthur P. ' Madsen and family Jack and Frankie Madsen, mother of Carolyn Sheppard; eiso survived by titter Violet M Bennett ol FL, 3 grandchildren and 1 great grandchildrea Relatives and fnendt are Invited to Memorial Service Sat. II AM at CRAFT OF ERDENHEIM 814 Bethlehem Pike, Erdenheim. Memoriatt in her name mav be tent to me Carson VaHev School, 1419 Bethlehem Pike, Ftourtown, PA 1903. MARKLEY Of So.W Phila, on Jaa 8, 1998, DOROTHY V. (nee Moran); wife of the late Joseph Markley, survived bv devoted daughter and son-in-law, Joan D. and Charles E. Herrmann; and son Robert and daughter-in-law Patricia Markley; also S grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to ca Sat. after 9 AM at KISH FUNERAL HOME, 4508 Eknwood Ave, Phila. Mass of Christian Burial 10:30 AM St. Barnabas Church. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. MATTHEWS RUSSELL B, on Jaa 4, 1998. As he requested remains were cremated without Viewing or Ceremony. A Memorial Service celebrating his IHe will be held on Sat. Jaa 10 from 2 PM until 5 PM at The Community Center located at 2715 W. Berks St. Condolences and acknowledgements can be sent to Mrs. Marietta Matthews Austin, 1435 W. Victoria St, Phila, PA 19140. Respectfully the Family MAY Jaa 7, 1998, ADELBERT W. JR., of Rox. father of Victoria Salukas, Gina Manjgrassi, Adalbert W. May III, and Anna Sienko, brother of Evelyn Gallagher, Rev. James. M. May, and Barbara Eichenberg; also survived bv 12 grandchildren and one great grandson, special friend of Anne Dirks. Relatives and friends are invited to Funeral Sat. 9 AM THE KOLLER FUNERAL HOME, 6835 Ridge Ave. (cor. of Livezev) Funeral Mass 10 AM Holy Family Church. Int. Calvary Cem. Friends may can Fri. eve. 7-9. In lieu of flowers donations in his memory to the American Cancer Society, 1626 Locust St. Phila, 19103 would be appreciated. McCartney CHARLES G. of Wiltingboro, NJ, on Jaa 8, 1998, age 58, he is survived bv his beloved wife, Margaret (nee Enderte); 2 tons, Charles G. McCartney Jr. and Jason W. McCartney; one daughter, Tracev A. McCartney; 2 grandchildren; one titter, Sally McElrov; 2 brothers, John and William McCartney; other relatives and dear friends. Liturgy of Christian Burial wit be celebrated Mon. 10 AM, at St. Joseph R.C Church, Warren St., Beverly, NJ. Relatives and friends mav cad Sun. eve. from 7 to 9 PM and Mon. morning after 8:30 AM at GOES FUNERAL HOME, 212 Levitt Parkway, Willingboro, NJ. Int. Beverly National Cemetery, Beverly, NJ. McCULLOUGH Jaa 8, 1998, CATHERINE (nee Ogitvie), age 88 years; wife of me late William; sister of Mary Oliver; also survived by nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are Invited to Viewing and Funeral, Sat. 8:30 AM. HOLLEN FUNERAL HOME, 726-28 E. Allegheny Ave. Funeral Mass, Church of me Ascension, 10 AM Interment, Holv Sepulchre Cem. No Viewing Fri. Eve. Family prefers Donations to Mother Catherine Drexel, 1663 Bristol Pike, Bensalem, PA 19020. McGRATH FRANCIS P., Dec 31, 1997, age 50, ton of the late Frank and Helen; father of Colleen, Francis Jr. Patty and Sean; brother of Barbara Cahill, Dorothy Dawicki and Edward-Michael McGrath. Relatives and friends are invited to his Viewing Sat, 9 AM. in St. Bartholomew's R.C. Church, Harbison and Cheltenham Aves., followed by Mass of Christian Burial at 9:30 AM Interment at me convenience of me family. Mclaughlin Jan. 7, 1998, MARY O. (nee Ruggeri); beloved wife of John J. dear mother of Karen and John S. McLaughlin, daughter of Ralpheline and the late Peter Ruggeri, niece of Dr. and Mrs. Domenic Ruggeri and Mrs. Livia Coppa. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral Moa 9 AM RUFFENACH FUNERAL HOME, 2ltt St. and Snvder Ave. Funeral Matt St. Paul't Church 10 AM Celebrant Rev. Joseph P. McLaughlin, O.Praem. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends may call Sua 7 to 9 PM McMAHON JOHN A. on Jan. 7, 1998, dear father of John J. McMahon; he is alto survived by his daughter-in-law Teri McMahon; his grandchildren, John J. McMahon Jr. and Mary and Keith McMahon and hit great granddaughter Megan. Mr. McMahon worked at Crown, Cork and Seal for many veart and was a member of American Legion Post 945. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his Viewing and Funeral Mon. beginning 8:30 AM until 9:30 AM, THE REILLY FUNERAL HOME, 2632 E. Allegheny Ave. Funeral Mass 10 AM, St. Joan of Arc Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. McMONIGLE Jaa 8, 1998, MILDRED (nee Papiemik), age 96; wife of the late Francis, beloved mother of Robert; alto survived bv 4 grandchildren Theresa Kimble, Linda McMonigle, Mary F. McMonigle, and Sandra Shinn; 2 great granddaughters Maureen Ann Kimble and Stephanie Lvnn Kimble. Relatives and friends are invited to her funeral on Sat. 8:30 AM. from BURNS FUNERAL HOME, 9708 Frankford Ave. (at Filler St.). Funeral Matt 10 AM St. Katherine of Siena Church. Int. Holv Sepulchre Cem. No viewing Fri. evening. Contributiont in her memory to Rivert Edge Activity Center, 9501 State Road, Phila. PA 19114, would be appreciated by the family. MILLER MARGARET E. of Ardmore, PA, died suddenly on Wed. Jaa 7, 1998; beloved titter of William 'Bud' Miller and Edna M. Gray, alto survived by 17 nieces and nephews, 2 great niecet and 4 great nephewt, and teveral cousins in England. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her Funeral Service on Mon. Jaa 12, II AM at THE CHADWICK AND MCKINNEY FUNERAL HOME, Athent Ave. and Simpson Rd. Ardmore, PA, where me family will receive guests after 10 AM Int. St. Paul's Lutheran Churchyard. Contributions mav be made in her name to a charity of me donor's choice. MITCHELL On Wed. Jan. 7, 1998, GENETTE (nee Arters) of Pauls Run Phila, formerly of Lafayette Hilt, wife of the late Edgar E. Mitchell, devoted mother of Edgar A. Mitchell, Shirley Pichon and Geraldine L. Heck. Alto survived bv 4 grandchildren and 1 great grandson. Funeral service Sat. Jan. 10, 1998 at 10:00 AM from St. Petert Lutheran Church, 3025 Church Road, Lafayette Hill, PA. Int. George Washington Memorial Park. Friends may call at me Church after 9:00 AM Memorial donationt mav be made to Pauls Run, 9896 Bustleton Ave. Phila, Pa. 19115. LOWNES F.H., Lafayette Hill and East Norriton MORRISSEY Jaa 8, 1998, LEONARD F. SR. born In Brigut Newfoundland Canada; beloved hutband of Kathleen C (nee Lynch), devoted father of Leonard F. Jr. Brendan M. and Owen B.; also survived bv 2 sisters Geraldine Graham and Rose Ehly. Relatives, friends, and members of Local 401 Ironworkers are invited to hit funeral Moa 8:30 AM BURNS FUNERAL HOME, 9708 Frankford Ave. (at Fitter St.). Funeral Mass 10 AM. St. Katherine of Siena Church. Int. Our Ladv of Grace Cem. Viewing Sun. eve 6 to 9 PM Donations to me Hospice of Delaware Valley, 527 Plymouth Road-Suite 417, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462, would be appreciated. MURPHY REGENA (nee Miller) of Karmaootis, N.C. age 83, wife of me late Welborn O. Murphy, mother of Christin M Holbrooks of Kannapoiis N.C. Regena M. Bowman of Brvn Mawr PA, Richard Murphy of Liverpool N.Y., Daniel Murphy of Cincinnati OH; also survived bv 8 grandchildren, and 11 great grandchildren, 2 brothers Edward and Raymond Miller and one sister Sue Miller Pureed. Funeral Service Sat. 1 1 AM at Calvary Baptist Church, Kannapoiis, N.C. Ent. Carolina Mem. Park Plaza Mausoleum, Kannapoiis, N.C. Viewing Fri. eve. 7 to 9 PM at WHITLEY'S FUNERAL HOME, 1212 Centergrove Rd, Kannapoiis, N.C. 28083. MURRAY ALVIN, Dec 31, 1997. HANCOCK F.H. LTD. O'BRIEN FRANCIS X. SR., on Jaa 8, 1998, of Drexel Hill, PA and Sea Isle, NJ; beloved husband of me late Marv Jo O'Brien (nee McKenna); devoted tamer of Francis X. Jr. (Mary), Joseph M. (Kate) and Kevin E.; brother of Edward J. John T. James C. and Marv Oalvt grandfather of, Ellie, Annie and Ted O'Brien. Relatives and friends are invited to his Funeral, Mon. 9 AM THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, 8401 West Chester Pike (cor. Lvnn Blvd.), Upper Darby, PA. and to Mass of Christian Burial, 10:30 AM, St. Bemadette Church, 1035 Turner Ave, Drexel HM, PA. Friends mav alto cak. Sua Eve. 7 to 9 PM at the Funeral Home. Interment, Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers Contributions to The Augustinian Seminary Guild, 214 Ash wood Rd, PO Box 338, Vilanova, PA 19085 would be appreciated. PARKES ELEANOR K. (nee Glazier), on Jan. 5, 1998, of Chalfont; wife of the late Thomas J. Parkes, mother of Donald and Edward J. Parkes, Elaine McNamara and Joanne Bowers Lamella; also survived bv 15 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildrea Funeral Mats Friday 1 1 AM at me Church of St. Jude, 321 W. Butler Ave. Chalfont. Friends wik be received in Church Friday from 10 AM until 10:45 AM hit. St. John Neumann Cem. (SHELLY FUNERAL HOME, WARRINGTON) PARLOW CATHERINE (nee Koveklk) On Jaa 7, 1998, of Maple Shade, age 80 years, beloved wife of Waiter W. Sr., dttvuled mother of Diane C. Devine of Westmont, Walter W. Jr. of Edgewater Park and Rosemarie Lechleidner of Moorestown, loving grandmother of Walter W. Ill and Sharon D. bom of Edgewater Park, lister of Irene Clements of Palmyra and Andv Severtn of Maple Shade. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral Mon. ttarting 8:30 A.M. at INGLESBYGIVNISH OF MAPLE SHADE, 600 E. Main St. Matt of Christin Burial will follow at 10 AM at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Maple Shade. Int. Calvary Cem. Cherry Hit. Viewing Sua Eve. 7 to 9 PM and Moa 8:30 to 9:30 AM at the Funeral Home. In lieu of Howen, memorial contributions mav be made to Samaritan Hospice, 214 W. Second St., Moorestown, N.J. 0MS7. Death Notices PRICE ROBERT EVERETT, of Palmyra, NJ, on Jaa 7, 1998, age 74, beloved husband of Jean Price; loving father of Robert D. Price of Palmyra. Relatives and friends of the f amity are invited to attend the Viewing Sat. morning, from 9 to 10 AM, and to attend the Funeral Services Sat. morning, 10 AM, at THE WEBER FUNERAL HOME, 112 Broad St, Riverton, NJ. kit. Lakeview Memorial Park, Cinnamintoa NJ. In Nov of flowers, the family requests remembrances be made In hit name to Independence Fire Co. No. I, Palmyra, NJ, or to Palmyra Ambulance Assoc Palmyra, NJ 08065. RAO On Jan. 7, 1998, ALFREDA (Kozankl), wife of me late Albert, formerly of Mt. Ephraim, NJ, titter of Stella Winkelspecht, Benjamin Kozarski and Thomas Kaciorowtki. Relativet and friends are Invited to attend the Funeral on Sat, 9 AM, at PREDPELSKI FUNERAL HOME, 983 H addon Ave, Cokings wood, NJ. Mass of Christian Burial at 10 AM at Sacred Heart Church, Mt. Ephraim, NJ. Int. St. Joseph Cem. Viewing Sat. morning from fc30 to 9:30 AM at the Funeral Home. RAU On Jaa 7, 1998, DAVID, of Frederick, MD, age 71 veart, formerly of Stratford, NJ and Glenside, PA, hutband of the late Elizabeth (nee Leticko); father of Deborah Vote and hutband Richard of Frederick, MD; brother of Etther ThirtwaR of Haddonfield, NJ; grandfather of Jennifer and Lisa Voto of MD. Relatives and friends are invited to attend me Funeral Service Sat, 1 PM, at COSTANTINO FUNERAL HOME, 231 White Horse Pike, Berlin, NJ 08009 (609-768-0688). Visitation Sat, 11 AM to 1 PM Private Interment Hillside Cem. Contributions may be made in Heu of flowers to the Elizabeth Rau Memorial Nursing Scholarship, co the Funeral Home. REID EDWARD G. TED', on Jaa 5, 1998. He was 72, beloved husband of Peggy S. (nee Smith-Gleason), brother of Robert G. Reid. He was past commander of me Cheltenham American Legion Pott if 497, he wat a past president of the Eastern Recreational Alliance and he was a lifetime member of bom the Rising Sun V.F.W. 2819 and the Telephone Pioneers of America. Relativet and friends are invited to his Funeral Service at THE WETZEL AND SON F. H, 6902 Rising Sun Ave. Sat. 10 AM where friends mav caH Fri. 7 to 9 PM and Sat. 9 to 10 AM Int. Hatboro Cem. Donations to Hospice of Delaware Valley, 527 Plymouth Rd, Suite 417, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462 ROCHLIS Jaa 8, 1998, ETHEL, formerly of 2101 Walnut St; titter of Sherwin (Beatrice) Rochlis; aunt of Susan and Steve Rochlis. Relativet and friendt are invited to Graveside Services, Sua, 11 AM, precisely, at Montefiore Cem. (Sec. Hvman-D). Contributions in her memory may be made to vour favorite charity. GOLDSTEINS ROSENBERGS RAPHAEL SACKS ROLLER Jaa 7, 1998, MAURICE (age 84), husband of Eleanor (nee Goldstein) and me late Lorraine, father of Roz Schwartz, Adrlenne and George Rolan, Frederic and Lori Roller Esq, Bernard and Rene Goldstein, Elaine and Robert Novet; brother of Albert Roller and Lillian Green; also survived bv 12 grandchildren. Upon his retirement in 1987, Mr. Roller volunteered his services at Shrinert Hospital for Children 5 dayt a week from 1992 to 1997. Relatives, friends, and members of Kraus-Peartsteia Lodge W 8 Brim Sholom and Equity Lodge 7591 F8.AM are invited to Funeral Services Sun. 10:45 AM precisely, GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS SUBURBAN NORTH, 310 Second St. Pike, Southampton (bet. County Line and Street Rds.). Int. Montefiore Cem. Shiva wiH be observed at me late residence. Contributions in hit memory mav be made to Shrinert Hospital for Children, 8400 Roosevelt Blvd., Phila. PA 19152, Attn: Terry Diamond; or The Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, 225 City Ave, Ste 208, Bala Cvnwvd, PA 19004. Masonic Services wiH be held at 10:30 AM ROSEN Jaa 7, 1998, JUDITH (nee Ottrow), wife of Rabbi Barry Rosen, mother of Rivka (Yehuda) Hamer of Baltimore MD and Ami Rosen; daughter of Sarah Ostrow and me late Cantor Jacob Ottrow; daughter-in-law of Marv and the late Harry Roten of Cincinnati OH; savta of Yaakov Hershel and Channa Leah; sister of me late Artene Smolar. Funeral Service and Interment will be in Israel. Shiva wiH be observed at me late residence commencing 6:30 Saturday evening. Contributiont in her memory mav be made to me Judith Roten Memorial Fund at Peartman Schecter Day School, Stem Branch, City Line and Havertord Aves., Wvnnewood, PA 19096; or the Prayer Book Fund of Cong. Bem Tfilah of Overbrook Park. GOLDSTEINS ROSENBERGS RAPHAEL SACKS SACK On Jaa 8, 1998, MARY (nee THOMAS) of Vilfanova wife of Bernhard A. Sack; mother of Berhnard II, John T, MD, Richard O. Ph. D. and Kristine Gordon-Watson. Also survived bv 5 grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held on Mon, Jaa 12, at II KM) AM in me Radnor Friendt Meeting, Coneitogo Rd. at Sproul Rd. ViUanova, PA, 19085. Int. private. In lieu of Bowers, contributions in her name mav be made to me Radnor Friends Meeting. STUARD FUNERAL HOME - ARDMORE SADDINGTON Jan. 7, 1998, JAMES MAYERS, of The Masonic Home of PA, Lafayette Hill, PA 19444, formerly of Oak Lane, husband of me late Kathrvn (nee Tumev); survived bv his daughters, Kathrvn Bover, Janice Scheckler and Phyllis Finerfrock; 8 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren; longtime member of St. AHjan-Swain Lodge No. 529 F.&.AM, retired from Allen, Lane and Scott Printers. Funeral Service Mon, Jan. 12m, at 11 AM, in Wayside Chapel at Whitemarth Memorial Park, Limekiln Pike and Horsham Rd., where friends mav caH after 10:30 AM Interment in adtoining Cem. Memorial contributions in his memory to me above named Matonic Home would be appreciated. (BRINGHURST F.H.) SAITTA Jaa 8, 1998, SERAFINO, of Rox, age 77; beloved husband of Caroline (nee Argentina, loving father of George Saitta and Caroline Halpin, father-in-law of Debbie Saitta and Thomas Halpin; brother of Anthony Saitta and Grace PurceH; grandfather of George, Nicole, Tommy and Maria. Relativet and friends are invited to viewing Sun. eve 7 to 9 PM. and Mon. 10 AM at THE KOLLER FUNERAL HOME, 6835 Ridge Ave. (cor. of Livezev). Funeral Mass Moa II AM at St. John me Baptist Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. SALTMAN On Jan. 7, 1998, DONALD G, age 65, of Wayne. Memorial Service 2:30 PM Sunday Jaa II, at ALLEVA FUNERAL HOME, INC, 1724 E. Lancaster Ave, Paoli. Receiving time 1:30 to 2:30 . PM Sunday at me Funeral Home. Memorial contributions to American Heart Assn., 625 W. Ridge Pike-AlOO, Conthohocken, PA 19428-1190. SANFORD WALTER, Jaa 7, 1998. HANCOCK F.H. LTD. SCHLOENDORN Jaa 6, 1998, DORA M. (nee Freeman), beloved wife of me late Wallace, dear titter of Kathrvn Bradshaw, Louise Cohn, Dorothy Brown, also survived bv 2 nieces and 3 nephews. Relatives, friends and members of the Golden Age Club of me Good Shepherd Lutheran Church and the Senior Citizens of St. Petri Lutheran Church are invited to HER VIEWING Sat. afternoon 1 to 3 PM at ROWLAND-MYERS FUNERAL HOME, INC, 7013-15 Torresdale Ave. (at Tyson); followed by Religious Service 3 PM Int. private. In Heu of flowert contributiont made in Dora't memory to me American Heart Assn, 121 S. Broad St. Phila, PA 19107 would be appreciated. SCHWEMMER Jan. 7, 1998, NORMAN R F.O.P. member Lodge 5, beloved husband of Blanche (nee Ellick) devoted tamer of Michael, Donna Masgai and Daniel. Also survived bv 4 grandchildrea Relative! and friends are invited to his Funeral Mon. 10:00 AM and to Service 11:00 AM WACKERMAN FUNERAL HOME, 8060 Verree Rd, Fox Chase. Int. Sunset Memorial Park. Viewing Sun eve. 7-9 PM SCROGGINS THOMAS E. age 56, of Cherry HID, on Jaa 8, 1998; beloved husband of Mercedes (nee Barba); devoted father of Mav Joy Loeset, of CenterviHe, VA; dear brother of Noble O. of FL and Clara Lee Knight, James F, Revia F. Nix and Willie Mae Simmont, aH of TX. Relatives and friendt are invited to attend Services, Mon, 9:30 AM from MURRAY-PARADEE FUNERAL HOME, 601 W. Rt. 70, Cherry Hill; followed by Matt of Christian Burial, 10 AM, St. Peter Celestine Church, 402 N. Kings Hwv, Cherry HiH. Interment, Calvary Cem. Cherry HiH. Visitation Sun, 7 to 9 PM and Moa after 8:30 AM SHUMAXER ISABELL G, 78, of Sparta, died Jaa 8, 1998, wife of me late WiHiam H. Shumaker (Oct. 28, 1978), mother of Linda Parr and Keith Shumaker, titter of Thompson Gibb, grandmother of 4. Memorial Service win be held Sun, 3 PM at The First Baptist Church of Newton. Memorial donations to me First Baptist Church of Newton, 110 Main St, Newton, NJ 07860 or me Juvenile Diabetes Atsoc, Southern Chapter, North Kings Highway, Cherry HiH, N.J. 08034. Arr. are under me direction of THE SMITH-MCCRACKEN FUNERAL HOME, 43 High St, Newton, NJ. SHUMAKER ISABELL G, 78, of Sparta, died Jaa 8, 1998, wife of the late WiHiam H. Shumaker (Oct. 28, 1978); mother ol Linda Parr and Keith Shumaker; sister of Thompson Gibb; grandmother of 4. Memorial Service wiH be held Sun, 3 PM, at the First Baptist Church of Newton. Memorial donationt to me First Baptist Church of Newton, I lu Main St, Newton, NJ 07860 or Juvenile Diabetes Assn, Southern Chapter, North Kings Highway, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034. Arrangements are under me direction of SMITH-McCRACKEN FUNERAL HOME, 63 High St, Newton, NJ SIMERAL GWEN, of Peart River, N Y, (formerly of Phila., PA), on Jaa 6, 1998; beloved n'1 of Glenn, dear daughter of Rose PantareHi of Phila, dear sister of Claudette Levitt of Erdenheim, PA. Memorial Service wiH be held on Saturday at 1 PM. in THE HIGGINS FUNERAL HOME, 321 S. Main St, New Citv.N.Y. Death Notices SinSER Jaa , 1998, CLAIRE (nee Sriefel), wife of Witlam, mother of Linda (Alex) Katz, Jixke Singer and Melissa Singer; sitter of Rosalie (Avrum) Kupftow; grandmother of Ariana, Ekat and Jasmine. Relative and friendt are invited to Funeral Servicet Fri. 12 Noon precisely, GOLDSTEINS' ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS, 6410 N. Broad St. mt. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Shiva wW be observed at the residence of Linda and Alex Katz. . . :. SLOWE MILDRED B. (net Ball; wife of the late Keeem 1 Slowe, of Lantdale, PA, formerly of Manahawkin, NJ. Family and friends invited to Viewing, 10 AM; followed bv Servicet at II AM at Chestnut Hi Church, S870 Chettnut Hill Church Rd., Coopersburg, PA. Interment, Church Cemetery. In Heu ol flowert, Donationt to Trinity Lutheran Church Bktg Fund, Main St ft Vatey Forge Rd, Lantdale, PA 19446. NAUGLE FUNERAL HOME, QUAKE RTOWN, PA. . SSralETAXA THOMAS (Tony), on Jaa 8, 1998; survived bv 1 brothers and one titter; also survived bv long-timo companion. A reading supervisor for the New York Lighthouse for me Blind. Reposing at the WALTER B. COOK FUNERAL HOME, 117 W. 72nd St, NYC. Matt of Christian Burial, Sat. 10 AM, Blotted Sacrament Church. , SKITH Jaa 8, 1998, RUTH M (nee Mclntvre), of Oreland, wife of the late John Sj mother of Ruth M. Lynch, Mark J. and Gregory J. Also survived bv 10 grandchildrea Relatives and friendt art invited to viewing Sat. after 10:00 AM at Hotv Martyrs Church, Afliton and Ulmer Rds. Funeral Mass 11:00 AM Int. Hotv Sepulchre Cem. Conttibuhont in her memory mav be made to John W. HaHahan Catholic Girls High School. 19m Wood Sts. Phila, Pa, 19104. Arr. John F. Murray Funeral Home. SPAKGLER Jaa 8, 1998, REGINA C (nee fnojesbv) age 76, beloved wife of Robert L. of Drexel HiH, devoted mother of Robert L. Jr. of CoatesviHe, Judith A. FrizeH of Drexel Hie and Stephen T. Spangter of CoatesviHe, also survived by 4 grandchildren, 3 titters and a brother. Relativet and friendt art invited to her viewing Sat. UM AM THE FRANK C. VIDEON FUNERAL HOME, Sproul and Lawrence Rds. BroomaH. Followed bv her Funeral Mass at 12:30 PM at St. Bemadette Church, 1015 Turner Ave. Drexel HHL hit. SS Peter and Paul Cem. SR. PAUL MARY I.H.M. On Jan. I, 1998, Mary Agnes Caffrey. ReKgiout, relativet and friendt are invited to her Funeral Matt on Moa Jan. 12, KMX) AM at Camilla Hal Immaculata, Pa. Friendt mav caH at Camilla Hal Sun, Jaa II from S-l PM Vigil Service at 7:15 P.M. Int. Immaculata Cem. Memorial contributions may be sent to Sisters I.HM CamiHa Hall Infirmary, Immaculata, Pa. 19345. DELLAVECCHIA, REILLY SMITH FUNERAL HOME, of West Chester STEWART DOROTHY O. (net Oliver), II, of Medford, NJ, fomerty of Phila, on Wed, Jaa 7, 1991; wife of the late Raymond; she ft survived bv her children, Virginia Stewart and Edward Stewart, and hit wife, Gay; her brother, Edward J. Oliver, III; her grandchild, Kathleen Oliver Zauner and her hutband, Shawn; and her great grandchild, Brodv Stewart Zauner. A Memorial Service wW be held. Sat. Jaa 10, 12 Noon, at MATHIS FUNERAL HOME, 58 N. Main St, Medford, N.J. Friendt may caH from 11 AM at the Funeral Home. Contributions made to the Vietnam Veteran! Association, 1224 M St, N.W. Washington, D C 20005 would be appreciated. TOLER Jaa 6, 1997, PAUL 5, loving father of Brian Paul) dear son of Alict (nee McCully); brother of Frances LueHen, John F. Romeo, Richard, Wayne, Allen L, WiHiam D. and Eugene Cj alto nephew of Jean Frev. Relatives and friendt art invited to hit Memorial Service Sat. 2 PM, CASSIZZI FUNERAL HOME, 2913-17, E. Thompson St. (at Cambria). Int. private. TUKEY ELIZABETH RAPP, 77, died peacefully, Jan. 6, 1998, In Princeton Nj from breast cancer. Preservationist, antiques expert, guider of Iht young; cherished wife of husband, John; beloved bv sister Phyllis Anscombe; 3 nephewt, one niece, 2 grandnieces. The lifelong blessing of her manifold gifts to family and friends mitigates our profound sorrow. The Funeral Service will be Sat. Jaa 10th, 1:30 PM at Trinity Episcopal Church, Princetoa Interment private. Am KIMBLE FUNERAL HOME, m Heu of flowert, Contribution may be made, with mention ki memory of Elizabeth Tukey, to "The UVa Fund," PO Box 3446 (Attn: i. Wright), ChartoftesvIHe, VA 22901 TURCOTTE JANE L. on Jan. 7, 1998, of North Hills, beloved wife of me late John E. devoted mother of Jane Ann James (Bill), Nancy Bielesch (John) and Neal J. Turcotte, loving grandmother of 7 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildrea Relativet and friends invited to cat Sat. 10 AM, and to her Memorial Service 11 AM, at MUNDY AND FLUEHR FUNERAL HOME, 43S N. Eatton Rd., Glenside. Int. private, hi Heu of flowers, remembrances in Jane's memory to Montco SAAC, 100 EdgehHI Rd. Glenside, PA 19038 or Elkins Park Library, 563 E. Church Rd. Elkint Park, PA 19027 would be appreciated bv mt family. WARD KATHRYN M. (KITTY), (net Wllklns), Jan. I, 1998, of Media Pa. formerly of Springfield. Beloved wife of Thomas F. Ward Jrj devoted mother of Kathleen M Barclay (Charles), Thomas F. Ward, III (Theresa), Maureen K. Ronnie (Robert), Marianne K. Ward, Patricia A. Dunn (Michael), Aileen M. Ward and Bridget Mary Ward; devoted grandmother to Joseph A. Desiderio, JR. Thomas F. Ward, IV, Molra K. Ward, Richard T. Barclay, Clara E. Ward, Kathleen M Barclay, Robert F. Ronnie JR. and Kathrvn M. Dunn; daughter of Catherine and me late George F. Wilkins; sister of George F and John M Wilkins. Relatives and friends are Invited to Mass of Christian Burial Sat. 11:30 AM Church of St. Marv Magdalen, Providence Rd. Rose Tree, Media, where friends mav caH after 10:00 AM Int. SS Peter and Paul Cem. No calling hours Fri. eve. In Heu of flowert, contributions In her name may be made to St. Mary Magdalen School Building Fund, 2400 North Providence Rd, Media Pa. 19063. Arr. by THE DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, WESTTOWN-WEST CHESTER WEISS Of Ocean City, NJ. formerly from ChurchvIHe, PA, on Jan. 8, 1998, MARIE C. (nee Platzer), aged 77 years, beloved wife of me late Harry A. Weiss, Jr., dear mother of Harry A. Weiss III, Alphrefla, GA, Michael A. Welti, Chalfont. PA, Nancy Tetlev, Richboro, PA, Christina Weiss, Ocean City, N.J., Marv Ellen Sammont, Seavitte, N.J., Susan AreneHa, Aspen, CO, Elise Welllver, Millville, PA, Maria TromMv, Bloomsburg, PA, Lua Clark, North Cape Mav, N.J. Mong Huvnh, San Jote, CA; also survived bv one lister, Teresa Muller, Phila. PA, one aunt Bertha McGinnet, Newtown Sq, PA, and 14 grandchildrea A Mass of Christian Burial wiH be offered Moa morning II o'clock at Our Ladv of Good Counsel, 40th St. at Central Ave, Ocean City, N.J, where friends may cat from 10 o'clock until time of Mast. Burial wil follow in Seaside Cem., Palermo, N.J. Contributions mav be made to the Welts Grandchildren Education Fund, 3325 Haven Ave, Ocean City, N.J. 08226. Arr. bv THE GODFREY FUNERAL HOME, 809 Central Av Ocean City. WENTINK HENDRIK, 92 vrs died Jaa 6, 1998, ol Wvomissing, PA. Agri-Business Consultant with Montgomery Group; survived bv daughter, Susan L. Wentink at home. Service, Moa at 10 AM, HENNINGER FUNERAL HOME, Reading, PA. Viewing, Sua, 2-4 PM 8. 7-9 PM WOODS JANET M. (nee Archbold), Jaa I, 1998; beloved wife of me late John E. Woods and me late John J. Hadfteld Jr.; loving daughter of Mav Archbold and me late William Archbold; titter of Winifred Archbold Bandy and the late Robert H. Archbold; also survived bv her brother-in-law, Randolph F. Bandy; niecet, Sharon Bandy Wright and Diana Bandy Arnold; step-daughter, Joan Woods; stepsons, James and John Woods. Relatives and friends are invited to her Service, Mon, 10 AM, Westminster Mayfair Presbyterian Church, Brout A Harbison Ave, Phila, 19149. Interment, Arlington Cem. Friendt may caU, Sua, 7 to 9 PM, THE LAMBIE FUNERAL HOME, 8000 Rowland Ave. (at Rhawn St.). Memorials to the above Church would be appreciated. WRIGHT Suddenly, Jan. 7, 1998, EDNA MAY (nee Garrett), beloved wife of the late John W. Srj loving mother of John W. Jr, Charles, James, Carol, Ethel, Sutaa and the late Elaine and Linda; alto survived bv 18 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren; titter of Lvdia and Ethel. Relativet and friendt are Invited to her Viewing Sat. morning from 8:30 to 10 AM at SHEA FUNERAL HOME, INC, 29m and Dickinson Sts. Funeral Service wil be held in John Chambers Memorial Presbyterian Church, 281h and Morris Sts. at 10:30 AM Int. private. Donationt In her memory to John Chamber! Memorial Pretbyterian Church, 28th and Morris Sts, Phila, PA 19145, would be appreciated. In Memoriams HOLLAND, ANNA E. (Sis) , January 9, 1988 January 9, 1998 " Most precious Of AH God's Gift! Mommie was you. . Ten years of broken hearts. Love, Dad, Mo, Mike, Joe, Nancy and Jean! Messages 01 Condolence ' RUSKAY, SHIRA GREEKSERG In New York City. Valiant woman of talent and grace, devoted mother, loving wife of eminent Jewish Community leader Dr. John Rutkay, sensitive daughter of our revered Rabbi and Editor, Or. Sidney Greenberg and Hilda Greenberg; loyal sister, caring friend, and respected professional. Her Hft was I Blotting, whiijh shaH surely endure. Rabbi Jonathan D. Ltvlne, Prtt. Andrew Amtel, Executive V.P. The Directors of Media Judalct

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