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30 Wednesday, August 2, 1972 Philadelphia Inquirer Franklin Mint Tells Or Melting Coins Taken on "KAlan Shepard Stuart Rocsa Edgar iMitcliell i J(4 V s , . : rT .Smm fnnrr E tftirWiliiuiiMN'iT iff . ! i'f rf'""" 5- SiiPhila. Women Held On Flim-Flam Charge By WILLIAM WEISLNBACH Of The Inquirer Mnff A South Philadelphia woman who previously accused two detectives of extorting $1,000 ; bd; a diamond ring to quash I an assault warrant against her ' husband was arrested Tuesday orf-a -flim-flam charg;. ! Northeast Man Charged in Rape Of 14-Year-Old Northeast man with two : prior convictions for raping ! teenaged girls was charged j Tuesday with raping a 14-' year-old girl last week on the j grounds of Eaton Hall, Grant ave. near State rd. j Police said the susp;ct, Wil-; liam M. Nicastro, 22, raped at j knife-point a Kensington girl ; with whom he had made a j date to go swimming near ; Liberty Bell Race Tra;k. Instead, police charge, he ! took ..her to Eaton Hall, a : former private school, where hewa's seen by a groundskee-per Police said the suspect i fled leaving behind the pocket ! knife which he vued to ; threaten the girl. Nicastro was released Dec. 16, 1971, from Rockview State i Pentfentiary after serving a two-year sentence for the two convictions. One nivdved a rape of a 14-year-old girl in 1 April,; 1969, the other, a rape ! of !a-lS-year-old girl in Sep- tember, 1969. Rizzo Blasts Creamer Probe Of Police Station 'Suicide' Continued from Page 29 adult police record, according tiKthe; District Attorney's office, lie had a juvenile record oi five arrests and three commitments to correction 1 institutions. A'Jspokesman for the District; Attorney's office d;clined tja .'specify the juvenile record, , bat The Inquirer learned it includes, arrest for robbery, larceny,, burglary, receiving stolen goods, conspiracy ar d malicious mischief betwet n the agest d 12 and 16. ' I; During the early 1960s, Cross was committed tv ice to theYouth Development Cen-: ter for brief periods, and j served 15 months at the Glen j Mills School for Delinquent i Por in Delaware County hfiOche was 15 and 16. court I records show. j The Police Department, the i District Attorney's office and I the state Attorney Gereral's office have all launched inves Apollo 14 By JOEL SHURKIN Inquirer Science Writer The Franklin Mint admitted Tuesday it remelted coins taken by the Apollo 14 astronauts aboard their spaceship,' but denied violating any agreement with them. The astronauts took the 200 silver coins into lunar orbit in their "personal preference" kits. The kits did not go to the lunar surface. The three, Alan B. Shepard, Edgar D. Mitchell and Stuart A. Roosa, made the deal with the mint without the knowledge of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. ' THE MINT, a private corporation, said it melted down 24 of the coins and gave them away to members of the firm's collectors society. Another 25 are in the mint vault, the firm said. "There was positively no breach of any agreement," it said in a release. "The Franklin Mint has not sold any of the whole metals returned to it, and will not sell them under any circumstances." It said the coins retained by the astronauts have not been sold to the best of its knowledge. A SPOKESMAN for NASA said the astronauts kept some coins and gave others away to friends. Last month the Apollo 15 crew was disciplined for bringing first day covers and stamps aboard their spacecraft. The stamps and covers eventually found their way to a German stamp dealer and were sold for several hundred thousand dollars. The woman, Mrs. Laverne Oliver, 29, of 18th st. near Tas-ker, had been free on $10,000 bail on a charge of assault with intent to kill her husband, John, 22, on July 21. He is still in critical condition in Graduate Hospital from a gunshot wound. Arrested 24 times since 1961, according to police, Mrs. Oliver also was on $2,000 bail on a burglary charge. At least three of her previous arrests were for flim-flam. SHE AND SANDRA Warner, 26, of 40th st. near Brown, were arrested at noon Tuesday while allegedly trying to swindle a woman at Broad and Butler sts. On July 11, Mrs. Oliver told . the district attorney's office that city detectives William Armbruster and James Loftus offered to quash the charge against her husband for the money and his diamond ring. The police internal security unit gave her marked money and the ring which she turned over to the detectives. They were arrested, suspended and charged with blackmail, bribery, extortion and corrupt solicitation. The assault involving Oliver occurred July 1 at 22d and Cross sts., South Philadelphia. Oliver was arrested July 11, and the detectives were arrested July 12. tigations into the death of Cross, who was buried on Tuesday. Dr. John Hoffa, the Montgomery County medical ' examiner who made the original examination of Cross' body, said he would wait until the completion of all those investigations before deciding whether to accede to the demands of the family to hold an official inquest. A spokesman for the District Attorney's office said their investigation may be completed by Thursday. ARONSON ON Tuesday also confirmed Police Commissioner Joseph F. O'Neill's supposition that the wound on Cross' skull could have been caused when the victim was being removed from , the cell to the hospital. He said the wound was "very fresh" and could have occurred after the hanging. O'Neill could not be reached .A liiiitl mm 4 -v. fctvw AP Wirephoto It's a long way down for Sandi Pierce, who waves from the top of a biplane flown by her husband, Walt, as the plane loops at an air show in Milwaukee. Yablonski Killer Is 'A Wreck' WASHINGTON (AP). - Au-bran W. (Buddy) Martin, the boyish-looking Clevelander who was convicted and sentenced to death for the Yablonski family murders, writes from prison that he's being mistreated and has become "a nervous wreck." From his cell at the Huntingdon State Correctional Institution, Martin recently composed a "Letter to the Editor" of the Washington Observer Reporter saying: "Everytime I ask for some kind of medical help I'm refused . . . There is one doctor here that knows what I'm charged with. When I go in his office he refuses to see me. He just gets up and walks out." RICHARD D. KELLY, deputy superintendent of operations at Huntingdon, denied Martin's allegations, and noted that complete medical facilities are available "in or out of the prison for our inmates." Kelley said that Martin, one of a number of condemned men at the institution, is treated no differently than the remainder of the prison population, mainly as a result of the recent U. S. Supreme Court decision against capital punishment. . THE BASIS OF Martin's gripes on prison life apparently stemmed from what he had read concerning the treatment of another defendant in the Yablonski killings Annette Gilly. She Calls Love For U.S Like Love for Mate "Do you agree with the saying, 'America, love it or leave it?" asked U. 5. District Judge James H. Gorbey of prospective jurors in a trial that had antiwar undertones. A woman stood up and re plied, "That s like asking a woman if she still loves her husband. She naturally loves him all the time, but certainly doesn't always agree with him. Does this mean if you don't agree with him, you leave him?" She didn't wind up Tuesday on the jury of seven men and five women picked to try Henry J. Braun, 42, a Temple University English teacher charged with making false statements on his income tax form. Tuesday afternoon to determine if his department's examination of the death would include lie detector tests for the two officers who arrested Cross, Joseph Meyer and Albert Kuebler. ALSO ON TUESDAY, Mayor Frank L. Rizzo blasted state Attorney General J. Shane Creamer for starting an investigation into the case. Rizzo indicated he thought the matter already was being thoroughly investigated. "He couldn't track an elephant in a snowstorm if it was bleeding," Rizzo said of Creamer. "If an inquest is held," said the mayor, "we will be there with witnesses and all the other things that are necessary to absolutely convince the people that this was a suicide and that the police did nothing that would be embarrassing to this Police Department." I Capt. J. Powell Dies; Navy Chaplain, 53 Capt. James A. Powell, a United States Navy chaplain for the past 20 years, died Monday of a heart attack at the Portsmouth (N.H.) Naval Hospital. He was 53. A native of Philadelphia, Father Powell studied at St. Charles Borromeo Semkary and was ordained on Feb. 21, 1945, by the late Dennis Cardinal Dougherty. His first - assignment was as assistant pastor of St. Ignatius Church, and later at St. Charles Borromeo Church,-both in Philadelphia. FATHER POWELL enlisted in the Navy in 1952 and his tours of duty included Viet-, nam, where he won the Bronze Star and Cross of Gallantry, the Phillipines, Hawaii, Japan, Tennessee, Virginia, California and the Portsmouth Disclipinary Command, where he was stationed at the time of his death. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Bridget Powell, of Cherry Hill, N. J.; a brother, Harry; and two sisters, Mrs. . Mary Ellis and Mrs. Regina Heaney. A concelebrated Requiem Mass will be said at II A.M. Friday at Transfiguration Church, 56th st. and Cedar ave., where Father Powell offered his first solemn Mass. John Cardinal Krol will be principal celebrant. Burial will be at Holy Cross Cemetery, Yeadon. Elias Kauders, Cotton Dealer Elias Ralph Kauders, a former Philadelphian in the cotton linter business, died Sunda yat the Veterans Research Hospital in Chicago after a long illness. He was 78 and operated the Kauders-Steuber Co. in Chicago. Mr. Kauders, a Mason and World War I veteran, is survived by a brother, Dr. Herman R. Kauders, a sister, Mrs. Sarah Geffen, two sons, Raymond and Ralph. Services and burial will be held in Chicago today. Anthony Perry, Was Executive, 77 Anthony F. Perry, 77, a former superintendent at The National Hair Cloth Co., Wall-ingford, died Friday of a respiratory ailment in Tri-County Hosoital. He lived at 4113 M st. Mr. Perry served in the U. S. Army during the World War I. He was a member of the Sons Of Italy. Surviving are his wife, the former Margaret Toner; two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Rianath and Mrs. Josennine McShane; two brothers, Charles and Sam; 10 grand children and one great-grandchild. v Mass of the Resurrection will be sung at 10 A. M. Wednesday at Holy Innocents Church, L st., and Hunting Park ave. Burial will be in St. Dominic's Cemetery. Deaths Elsewhere George F. Willison, 76, a Rhodes Scholar who .wrote popular books about the Colonial period in American history, at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. A native of Denver and a gradute of the University of Colorado, he studied at Oxford on bis Rhodes scholarship and at the Sorbonne in Paris. Helen Van Pelt, 85, pioneer landscape architect and a founder of the Marin Conservation League, at San Francisco. Mrs. Van Pelt designed many noted gardens, including the one at Frank Lloyd Wright's home in Pasadena, Calif. Delaware Valley Deaths MANFRE, John, 48, of 2222 S. 22d St., retired owner of a hardwood flooring business, Monday, at his home, of heart failure. (Rutfenach, 2101 S. 21st t.) KARABELL, Ellis C, a chlldrens wear retailer, 44, 309 Main St., Roslyn, Long Island, N. Y., formerly of Philadelphia, died Monday in San Francisco of an heart attack (Joseph S. Levine and Son.) JENKINS, Mrs. Samuel, a widow, and the former Anna Weber, 74, died Monday at her residence, the Shelbourne Apts., 13th and Lindlev ave. of a " heart attack (Joseph H. Levine & Son.) SCOLNICK, Mrs. Albert, a widow and the former Sophia Goldberg, 71, of 1900 JFK blvd., died Monday at home of a heart attack (Joseph Levine & Son.) CAPT. POWELL AntIlOny SalyS, . Lo-Author oi Dictionary, 70 Dr. Anthony Salys, professor of Slavic and Baltic languages at the Uni- ver sity of and co-author of a Lithuanian-German d i c-tionary, died Monday at the University of Hospital. He was 70 DR. SALYS and lived at 206 Wayne ave., Springfield. Prof. Salys held degrees from the Lithuania Universities in Kaunas and the Universities of Leipzig and Hamburg, Germany. HE HAD taught at universities in Lithuania, where he was born, until 1947, when he migrated to the United States and joined the Penn faculty. In 1968 Prof. Salys collaborated with Dr. Alfred Senn, a Penn colleague, in compiling a Lithuanian-German dictionary. Prof. Salys authored other books and articles dealing with Baltic and Slavic philology, phonetics, lexicography and Lithuanian dialects. HE IS SURVIVED by his wife, the former Sophia Vas-kelis; a daughter. Mrs. Adolph Gaigalas, an a granddaughter. A Mass of the Resurrection will be offered at 10 A. M. Thursday at St. Andrew's Church, 19th and Wallace sts., Philadelphia. Burial will be at SS. Peter & Paul Cemetery, Marple Township. John J. Coyle, Realty Dealer John J. Coyle, a real estate dealer with offices in Drexel Hill,, died Sunday in the Fitzgerald Mercy Division of Mercy Catholic Medical Center after an extended illness. He was 57 and lived at 255 Shadeland ave., Lansdowne. Mr. Coyle was a first vice president of Citizens for Educational Freedom and chairman of its committee on higher education .He was a member of the Knights of Columbus and Parents' Rights . He is survived by his wife, the former Gertrude Lynch; his stepmother, Mrs. Helen Coyle; a, son, John 3d; four daughters , Gertrude, Mrs. Kathleen Romano, Mrs. Mary Anne Whalen and Therese; two half brothers, Joseph and Wlliam; two sisters, Mrs. Veronica Wertz and Mrs. Sarah Schepercarter, and five grandchildren. A Mass of the Resurrection will be offered at 10 A.M. Wednesday at St. Charles Borromeo Church, 3844 Dennison ave., Oakview. Burial will be in Ss. Peter and Paul Cemetery, Broomall. X 06 IN MEMORIAMS SMITH ALICE E Aug. 2, 1968, Dear mother, you are not forgotten. Though on earth you are no more. Still in memory you are with us. As you always were before. Sadly missed by daughters, Evelyn, Jennie, Helen and Shirley. SMITH ALICE E. (wife), Aug. 2, 1968, What would I give to clasp her hand. Her happy face to see. To hear her voice and see her smile. That mean so much to me. Sadly missed by husband. Bill. K0-5 Death Notices ARTHIN On July 30, 1972, ROBERT S., husband of Mary Arthin, Father of Mrs. Florence Hauser and Robert Arthin. Relatives and friends are invited to services Thurs. 11 A. M. at GEORGE K APEGHI AN FUNERAL HOME, 600-402 N. 63rd St. (at Haverford Ave.) Int. Glenwood Memorial Gardens. Viewing Wed. 7 to 9 P. M. AUFSCHLAG July 31, 1972, Lower Bucks Co. Hospital, Bristol, Pa., EMMA S., wife of Elmer F. Aufschlag, residing at 837 Stella Ave., Croydon, Pa. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services on Fri. 10:30 A.M. at THE MOLDEN FUNERAL CHAPEL, 133 Otter St., Bristol, Pa. Int. Forest Hills Cem. Friends may call Thurs. eve. from 7 to 9. BAGLIV0 July 29, 1972, WILLIAM S., of Camden, N. J., beloved husband of Elma, father of William, 3rd, Brvan, Christine, Janlne and Steven. Relatives and friends invited to funeral, Thurs. 8:30 A.M., from BALDI FUNERAL HOME, 1331 S. Broad St., Phila. Mass of Resurrection, 9:30 A. M., St. Joseph's Church, Camden, N. J. Int. Calvary Cem. Viewing Wed. eve. KO-5 Death Notices BARNES Suddenly July 31, JOHN ARTHUR, beloved husband of Arlene R. Barnes (nee Reider), of t25 Morgan ave.. Palmyra, N.J., son of Mrs. Irma I. Barnes, brother of William E. & Walter F. Barnes. Relatives, friends, members of Central Baptist Church, Henry W. Willams Lodge No. 424, F & AM, officers & teachers of Garfield Park School, Willinaboro, fi J., Integrity Council No. 584 Royal Arcanum are invited to services, Fri., 11 A. M. at the MANN FUNERAL HOME, 219 W. Tabor rd., Phila. Friends may call Thurs. eve. Masonic services 8 P. M. Memorial gifts to Deacons Fund,. cO Central Baptist Church, Maple ave., Palmyra, N. J. 08065. BARNHURST Aug. 1, 1972, of Glenside, Pa. LARRY, husband of Lynn Barnhurst. Relatives and friends invited to service Thurs., 12 noon, Jarrettown United Methodist Church, Jarrettown, Pa. Friends may call at the Church Thurs. aft. 11 A. M. Memorial contributions may be made to the Jarrettown Methodist Church or the Kidney Foundation. BOYLE July 31 1972 CHARLES M. SR., of Radwyn Apts., Bryn Mawr, and formerly of Germantown, husband of Catharine M. Boyle (nee Brady). And father of Charles M. Boyle Jr. Relatives and friends and members of Phila. Electric Co. are Invited to his funeral Thurs. 9 A.M. from THE CHADWICK FUNERAL HOME, Athens Ave. & Simpson Rd., Ardmore. Mass of Resurrection 10 A.M. Thurs. from Our Mother of Good Counsel Church, Bryn Mawr. Int. Holy Cross - Cem. Friends may call Wed. eve. BROWN ROVERTA, July 28, 1972, of 1041 Belmont Ave. Viewing Thurs., Aug. 3rd, 7 to t P. M. Funeral Services immediately following, White Rock Baptist Church, S3rd & CNestnut St. Inf. Mt. Lawn Cem. CAMPBELL Of 275 W. Wellens Ave. July 33, 1972, MARY E mother of M. Adelaide Campbell. Relatives, friends & members of First Presbyterian Church of Olney are invited to services Thurs., 11 A. M., at the FUNERAL HOME OF FLOYD M. BISHOP, 5408 N. 5th St. Int. Lawnview Cem. Friends may call Thurs. after 10 A. M. CASEY July 30, 1972, WILLIAM E., of 9223 Milnor st., beloved husband of Margaret M. Casey (nee Carey), devoted father of William E. Casey Jr., Mrs. Lorraine V.- Tompkins; also survived by 4 grandchildren and 3 greatgrandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to his funeral Fri., 9 A.M., MANNAL FUNERAL HOME, 4925 Frankford ave. (at Tyson st.). Mass of the Resurrection, 10 A. M., St. Katherine of Siena Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may call Thurs. eve. DELLA PENNA DOLORES of 4902 Rawle St., beloved daughter of Helen (nee De Michele) and Ralph Delia Penna, Sr. Also survived by a brother, Ralph Delia Penna, Jr. Relatives & friends and Class of 1972, St. Hubert's High School, invited to funeral Fri., 8:30 A. M., GALZERANO FUNERAL HOME, 7158 Torresdale Ave. Con-celebrated Mass of the Resurrection 9:30 A. M., Our Lady of Consolation Church. Int. Resurrection Cemetery. Friends may call Thurs. eve. after 7. (Parking at Sunoco Sta.) DeWARF GRACE L., of 4718 N. Mascher St., on July 31, 1972. Daughter of Mrs. Grace Willem and mother of Edward. Relatives, friends and members of the Mother's Auxiliary of Troop and Pack S210 of the Wyoming Baotist Church and employees of Perloff Bros, are invited to the service Thurs. eve. 8 P. M. from the WETZEL AND SON FUNERAL HOME, 47T0 N. 5th St. Friends may call Thurs. from 7-9 P.M. Int. Fri., private. GEAR July 30, 192, FRANCES MULLIGAN, wife of the late Francis S. Gear (formerly of Camel Ave., Haver-town). Mother of Mrs. Mary Keville, Mrs. William (Marguerite) Gianelle, Mrs. Joseph (Joan) Feeney, and Mrs. Frank (Regina) Keating, also survived by 13 grandchildren & 2 brothers, Mr. Martin & Mr. Thomas Mulligan. Relatives and friends are Invited to the FUNERAL HOME OF JOHN STRETCH E. Eagle & St. Denis Rds. (Oakmont) Havertown, Wed. 7 to 9 P. M. and to the Mass of the Resurrection in St. Denis' Church, Thurs. 10 A.M. Int. St. Denis Cem. GOODMAN July 31, 1972, JOSEPH, of 1359 Unruh St. Relatives and friends are invited to services Wed. 12 noon, JOSEPH LEVINE SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS, N. Broad St. above 71st Ave. Int. Har Nebo Cem. GRAZIAN0 ALFONSO, husband of the late Louise, father of Nicholas, Albert, Joseph, Alfred and Mary Polito. Survived by 14 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Fri., 8:30 A.M., CARTO FUNERAL HOME, 2214 S. Broad St. Mass 10 A.M., St. Monica Church. Int. SS. Peter & Paul Cem. Viewing Thurs. 7-10 P.M. HARNICK July 31, 1972, ABE (AL), husband of Ruth (nee Mink), of 5623 N. Camac St., father of Samuel 8. Larry Harnick, brother of Louis, David 8. Sydney Harnick, also survived by 2 grandchildren. Relatives & friends & employes of Ship -i Shore are invited to services Wed. 1 P.M., JOSEPH LEVINE & SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS, N. Broad St. above 71st Ave. Int. Mt. Lebanon Cem. Family will return to the late resident. HENDERSON July 31, 1972 ROBERT, husband of Mary (nee Johnson) Williams and father of Robert Jr., Kathleen, Joanne, Gayl and Charles and 2 grandchildren, of 302 Wharton St. Relatives and friends also Teamsters Union 107 and Longshoremen's Union Local 1209 invited to funeral Thurs. A. M. from ROGERS FUNERAL HOME, 1430 S. 3rd. St. Mass of me Resurrection Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, 9:30 A. M. Int. Calvary Cem. Viewing Wed. eve. HITRUSKA MILDRED fnee WOLOSZKA), mother of Anna and Joseph and Mrs. James Bongard. Also survived by son-in-law Dr. James Bongard and grandchildren, Judith and James, Jr. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the funeral services from the HITRUSKA FUNERAL HOME, 2514 E. Allegheny ave. Mass of the Resurrection Friday, 10:30 A. M. St. Adalbert's Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may call Thursday eve. HOUSE MANSFIELD FORD, .at Greenwich, Conn., July 31, 1972. Husband of Marie McCandless House and father of Mrs. Arthur E. Arnoff. Funeral services and interment private. JENKINS July 31, 1972, ANNA (nee Weber), wife of the late Samuel of The Shelbourne Apts. Mother of Doris Ross, grandmother of Sharon, Joyce and Michele Ross. Relatives and friends invited to services Wed. 2 P.M., JOSEPH LEVINE & SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS, North Broad St. above 71st Ave. Int. Har Judah Cem. Shiva will be observed at The Ross residence, 8319 Tulpehocken Ave. KANE Suddenly July 31, 1972, THOMAS A., formerly of 7504 Tulpehocken St., husband of Agnes Kane (nee Muckian), father of Thomas H.r John H., Lawrence O., Joseph F., Raymond B., Donald M., also survived bv 13 grandchildren. Relatives, friends, and employes of American Stores Co. and Members of Local No. 169 are invited to the funeral Thurs., 8:30 A.M., BURNS FUNERAL HOME, 9708 Frankford ave. (at Filler st.) Mass of Resurrection St. An-selm's Church, 10 A. M. ,V'ieino Wed. eve. KARABELL July 31, ELLIS, husband of the late Rose (nee Wiser), of 309 Main St., Roslyn, Long Island, N. Y., brother of Kathryn Kramer, Frances Bernstein, Louis and Irving Karabell. Relatives and friends are invited to service Thursday 11 A.M., JOSEPH LEVINE A SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS, N. Broad St. above 71st Ave. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family will be at the Wyncote House, Apt. 634 - KLOSTERMAN . July 30, 1972, LUTHER C, husband of Helen (nee Sigmud) of 400 Madison ave.. Fort Washington, age 76 vrs. Services Thurs. 1 P.M. from Trinity Lutheran Church, Ft. Washington. Int. George Washington Memorial Park. There will be no viewing. Memorials may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church Memorial Fund. HASSINGfcR. KO-5 Death Notices LAMBRECHT Of 5904 Penn St., July 31, 1972, GUSTAV, beloved husband of Emma Lambrecht (nee Gresel) and father of Edward Lambrecht, Mrs. Emma A. Suchy and Mrs. Louise B. Simon, in his 7Bth year. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services Thursday, 1:30 P. M. at JOHN F. FLUEHR & SONS, 3301-15 Cottman ave. Int. Chelten Hills Cem. Friends may call Wed. eve. LEB0WITZ Aug. 1, 1972, BERTHA (nee Zeit-zer), wife of the late Max, of 1700 Butler Pike, Conshohocken, Pa., mother of Mrs. Belle Smith, Mrs. Ada Ludwig, sister of Mrs. Anna Rush, Mrs. Betty Pinkerson; also survived by 4 grandchildren fc 2 great-grandchildren. Services & interment private. LEE Suddenly July 30. JOHN W., 2nd., age 55 yrs. Husband of Josephine C. (nee Keefe) of Kansas Road, Warrington, Pa Services for relatives and friends, Thurs., 9 P. M. at FUNERAL HOME OF GEORGE E. WITTMAIER, 6521 No. Broad St., Phila. Int. pvt. Friends may call from 7 P. M. Family requests remembrances be sent to the Heart Fund. - MAK0WSKI July 31, 1972, STELLA J. (nee Zeszotarski) of 5444 Vicaris st., beloved wife of Chester J. & mother of Mrs. Cynthia Dewan, also surviving 4 grandchildren. Relatives k friends invited to funeral Fri., I A. M., from the EDWARD HARVEY SZWEDA FUNERAL HOME, 1701 W. Hunting Park ave. Solemn Requiem Mass St. Ladislaus Church, 9 A. M. Int. Holy Redeemer Cem. Friends may call Thurs. eve. MATTIACE ELIZABETTA (nee DiPuppo), July 30, 1972, wife of the late Carlo of 1619 S. Chadwick St. Beloved mother of Mrs. Louise Marchesani, the late Frank, Mrs. Antoinette Maruccl, Michele, Mrs. Theresa DeSantis, Joseph. Emilio, (Tom), Rudolph. Sister of Charles DiPuppo, Mathew, and Mrs. Laura Macaro. Also survived by 20 grandchildren, 48 great-grandchildren, and 4 great-great-grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral Thurs., 10 A. M., from DeLUCAS FUNERAL HOME, 1610 S. Broad St. Mass of the Resurrection II A.M. at St. Thomas Church. Int. S.S. Peter and Paul Cem. Viewing Wed. eve., 7-10. Prayer services 7:30 P M. McCAUGHIN July 31, 1972, MORRIS W., of 559 N. 15th st. Service for relatives and friends Fri., 10 A. M., OLIVER H. BAIRS, 1820 Chestnut st. where friends may call Thurs. eve., 7 to 9 P. M. Int. Arlington Cem. McCLOSKEY July 31, 172, FRANK J., of 121 W. Tulpehocken St., son of the late Thomas & Alice (Whelin) McCloskey, brother of Mrs. Helen K. Dowling, Mrs. Elsie Nelmes, also survived by a niece, Alicia Sours. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Fri. 8:30 A.M., KIRK AND NICE, 6301 Germantown Ave. Mass of the Resurrection, 10 A. M., St. Vincent dePaul Church. Int. St. Dominies Cemetery. No viewing Thur. eve. McCUTCHEON On July 31, 1972, MURRELL W., beloved husband of Ada (nee Pyle). Relatives, friends and members of Mt. Horeb Phoenix No. 528 F&AM, Lower Southampton Square Club and Fraternal Order of Police No. 5 are invited to funeral Thurs., 11 A. M., J. W. DEAN A SON, 7900 Oxford ave.. Fox Chase, Phila. Int. Hillside Cem. Viewing Wed. eve. The family prefers 1 memorials sent to the Cancer Fund of Penna. Hospital,' 8th and Spruce, co Dr. Lerner. McGLINCHEY July 31, 1972, MARGARET C (nee Gallagher), of 612 W. Luray St., formerly of 2939 N. Taney st., born In Gienleighan Fintown, Co. Donegal, widow of Francis L., survived by Patrick, Mrs. Eileen Cappa, Bernard, Maureen and Una. Relatives and friends may call Thurs., 9 A. M., at BRYERS FUNERAL HOME, 2741-43 W. Allegheny ave. Mass of Resurrection, Corpus Christi Church, 11 A. M. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. (No viewing Wed. eve.) MELLET July 31, 1972, of 517 E. Lancaster ave., St. Davids, Pa., ANNE KENNEDY, widow of William M. Mellet, mother of William M., Jr.r Frank E. & John A. Mass of the Resurrection, St. Katharine of Siena Church, Sat., 10 A. M. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may call at the McCONAGHY FUNERAL HOME, Lancaster & Wyoming avs., Ardmore, Fri. eve:, from 7-9 P. M. MILLER Of 153 Forrest ave.. Park Forrest, Illinois, suddenly July 31, 1972, CATHERINE E. (nee McLoughlin), wife of David M. Miller, Sr., mother of David M. Miller, Jr. and Mrs. William T. Sengpiel and sister of John E., -Thomas and Joseph McLoughlin, Mrs. Mary Carolan, Mrs. Joseph Hig-gins and Mrs. Delia Lynch; also survived by nine grandchildren, in her 71st year. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral Thurs., 8:30 A.M. from JOHN F. FLUEHR & SONS, 3301-15 Cottman ave. Mass of the Resurrection Queen of the Universe Church, Levittown, Pa. 10 A. M. Int. Our Lady of Grace Cem. Friends may call Wed. eve. MURPHY July IB, 1972, CLAIRE, age 13 yrs., of Simpson Village, 1417 Arch st., beloved daughter, of the late William & Anna Murphy (nee Stickel). Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral services Thurs., 10 A.M., -at the DINAN FUNERAL HOME, 1921-23 Spring Garden st. Int. U. S. National Cem., Beverly, N. J. Friendt may call Wed. eve. NOVIS July 30, 1972, JOSEPH F., of 5042 "F" St., beloved husband of Catharine (nee Ladavich), devoted father of Francis J. Leverick, 4 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, 3 brothers and 3 sisters survive. Relatives 8, friends invited to funeral Fri., 8:30 A. M., TOMASZEWSKI FUNERAL HOME, 2728-30 E. Allegheny ave. (Allegheny Exit U. S. r95). Mass of Resurrection, 10 A.M., St. Ambrose Church. Int. Resurrection Cem. Friends may call Thurs. eve. 0'NEIL On July 30, 1972, JOHN T., of 9008 Cloverly rd., husband of Mildred L. (nee Evans), beloved father of John T. Jr. and Mrs. Mildred Temme, Mrs. Eleanor Vile, Mrs. Kathleen Lindsay; also survived by 12 grandchildren. Relatives and friends, employees of Budd Co., Hunting Park Plant, are Invited to attend Mass of Resurrection, Thurs., 10 A. M., St. Jerome'f Church and viewing FUNERAL HOME OF PETER H. GERS, 500 W. Cheltenham ave. (6800 N. 5th), Wed. after 7 P. M. 0RLICKI July 30, 1972, ZYGMUNT, of 158 East St., beloved husband of Frances Orlicki, (nee Wolek). Relatives, friends and Polish Beneficial Association invited to funeral Thurs., 8 A. M., J. J. MODZIANOWSKI FUNERAL HOME, 118 Grape St., Myk. High Mass of Requiem, St. Josaphat's Church, 9 A. M. Int. Our Lady of Czestochowa Cem., Doylestown. Friends may call Wed. eve. after 6. The family would appreciate Mass Cards. PALMER July 31, 1972, suddenly ERNEST W. of 425 E. Gorgas Lane, beloved husband of Inez (nee Woltz), father of Mrs. Denise Lawson, Ernest Craig; also survived by 1 sister Mrs. Mary McKenna, 2 brothers Sylvester and George and 2 grandchildren. Rela-ives, friends, employees of Phila., Penna. State Liquor stores, are invited to funeral Sat., 11 A. M., from GILMER W. THOMPSON FUNERAL HOME, 216 W. Coulter st. Successor to Walter C. Beckett. Viewing Sat. from 9 A.M. to 11 A.M., at the funeral home. Int. Rolling Green Memorial Park. PANAS July 31. ALEXANDER. Father of John. Relatives and friends invited to attend funeral Thurs., 10 A.M. from HEWITT'S FUNERAL HOME, Girard ave. at 3rd St. Fsiends may call on Wed. eve. PARKER Of 746 Charette rd., August 1, 1972, ROBERT T.. husband of Adele Parker. Services and Interment will be private at the convenience of the family. (FLETCHER). P0GLANICH On July 30, 1972, MARY Av (nee Co-sulich), of 2612 Livingston St., wife of the late John Poglanich, mother of Sr. Saint Gerard, John Sormilich, Lucy Cirelly and Anthony Sormilich. Relatives, friends and Senior Citizens of St. Anne's Parish invited to funeral Thurs., 9 A. M., from FENERTY FUNERAL HOME, 2357 E. Cumberland st. Mass of Resurrection, 10 A. M., St. Anne'i Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may call Wed. eve. KO-5 Death Notices POWERS July 30, 1972, JULIA C. POWERS (nee Seckinger), wife of George Powers, of 3411 Berkley ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. Relatives and friends invited to funeral 8:30 A.M., Thurs., PREN-DERGAST FUNERAL HOME, 202 Shadeland ave. Mass of the (Resurrection, 10 A. M., St. Charles Borromeo Church. No viewing Wed. eve. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Masses would be appreciated. RICH LULA on July 28th, 1972, of 4127 N. Broad St., phila. Survived by 5 daughters, Mrs. Daisy Turner, Mrs. Oretha Henderson, Mrs. Odell Mc-Crae of Phila., Mrs. Esther Lou Boyd of Kingstree, S. C. Mrs. Ca-retha Chandler, Chester, Pa., 2 sons, Ernest and Tommy of Kingstree, 5. C. Funeral services will be held I0"-' -"? 3. 1972, at P.M. at THE BAKER FUNERAL HOME, 2008 N. road St. Int. Williamsburg Coun- R0HE i AUA,,lanfic City' N- 0" August 1, 1972, A. GEORGE. JR., age 56 yrs., beloved husband of Doris H Rohe of 219 N. Mansfield Av., Margate. Funeral services on Friday, 11 ?k .,,JI". Marsate Community Church, 8900 Ventnor Av., Margate. Int. Pomona, N. J. R0SEWARNE -July 31, 1972, NORMAN F., bus-bana of Martha (nee Goodell) Rose- Nnrrm.n0,M51.3 H' Gr,tZ. ther Of Norman M. 4, Mrs. Judith Afin Emig. Relatives, friends. Keystone District Boy Scouts of America & all other organizations of which he was a member are Invited to service Fri 11 A. M., .KIRK AND NICE 6301 Germantown Ave. Int. Lawnview Cem. Friends may call Thur. eve. SALYS Tnvf' 9lh ANTANAS (AN- 7.2NY. l ? Wavne 8ve-' Springfield, Pa Beloved husband of Sophie (nee Vaskelis) and beloved father of Mrs R,ma Gaigalas, and also sur-,Z ?d. by 0n Jrnlchlld. Relatives and friends and the faculty of Uni-,r ' Pen"- "-e Invited to the funeral Thurs. 8 AM.., McFADDEN amNERAL HOME' 7 Springfield rd , Aldan, Pa., and to the Mass of Resurrection, 19 A.M., St. Andrew's ftT& p9,,h &, Wal'ce sts , PhlS Int. SS Peter & Paul Cem. Friends may call Wed. eve. 7 to 9 P.M Contributions may he mart. tt.. thony salys Scholarship Fund' co L'be'-ty Federal Savings 8, Loan Assoc., 202 N. Broad St.. Phila. 19102. SCAVUZZ0 tJhUlV.M' ill2' DOMENICO, of 1909 S. 20th it , beloved husband of Maria (nee Giunta), father of Sinto and Aldo Seminara; also survived by 8 grandchildren and his nephew George Scayuzzo. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral Thurs., 9 HOfc mrm "-fONETTI FUNERAL HOME INC., N.E. cor. Broad 8. Wolf sts Mass of the Resurrection, 10 I.U u p- Thomas Aquinas Church. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Wed. I !? 1 p-M- Prer services at 8 P.M. (Parking on premises). SCHWARZMAN On Aug. 1, 1972, THOMAS J., of Burnside Ave., Sharon Hill, beloved husband of the late Anna McDonald. .oimeriy or 4J25 Greenway, Phila., Pa Z . i Jonn McCoy of Strat- luro, im. j.; I nomas J.. ir . r.- .2 Jr" Snarn Hilk and Donald B. Schwarzman of Phila.; also survived by 29 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Relatives and nends are invited to attend his funeral on Fri. at 9 A. M at the CAVANAGH FUNERAL HOME, 3ot Chester Pike, Norwood. Mass of the Resurrection in the Church of the Holy Spirit at 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends may call Thurs. eve. to 9. SCOLNICK k-July 3AJ!72' SOPHIA (nee Goldberg), of 1900 John F. Kennedy blvd , survived by nieces and nephews. Re. atives and friends are invited to services Wed., 11 A. M., JOSEPH LEV- ME , hS0H' V512 N' Broad st.lnt. Mt. Lebanon Cem. Family will receive friends Wed. and Thurs. eve. at the late residence. Contributions in her memory may be made to the charity of the donor't choice. SOORR July 29, 1972, JOHN T. SCORR, T uSUa.ra..Dornheim Scorr, of 2t2rLS' wdsock st., survived bv 4 children and 3 grandchildren. Service T!7 a,lve'' ,r'ends and employees of Phila. Electric Co., Fri, 11 a m at OLIVER H. BAIR'S, 1820 Chestnut to e T'?"!? .may ca" "Thurs." 7 to 9 P.M. Int. Arlington Cem. Contri- Fund?S b mad ,he Heart SHANNON : p.- 31' 'T72' .' 752 Dickens Place, former v nf su u uu. fLnn! '.a,e. Jnn J. Relatives and friends invited to Funeral Fri 9 A. M., DAVID J. PHILLIPS JR FU-?E,RA ,H0ME' 910 MacDade Blvd., Collingdale. Mass of the Resurrection, , frCr ' st-clements, 10 A. M. Int. Thurs eveS7$?m- FnendS ma" ca" SHEWELL 9,Uc 3iii?E0RGE DUNBAR JR. of hmi ;.K'"0..Grove -ave ' Chestnut Hi , father of Marguerite Ravnor and Sally Bogner. Funeral services Fri , 3 rL u ?- Summit Presbyterian Church, Green i Westview sts Int private. The family prefers me'moril als be sent to Troop 404 Boy Scouts ChurcnenCa C SujT,mit Presbyterian SMEDDY niiiwShcarSo 0,- st-' beloved wife of , David E. Relatives 8, friends invited !41f.v!ew,n9 Tnurs., 8 A. M at the COLEMAN FUNERAL HOME, 4731 Lancaster ave. Mass of the Resurrection, St Gregory's Church, 9:30 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. SMITH i RAJK,n' KASEY). Suddenly July 30, 1972, of 227 E. Manoa Rd , Havertown, Pa. Beloved husband of Marie E. (nee Coen). Brother-in-law of the Rev. Bernard A. Coen. Cousin of Mrs. Thomas Curran. Relatives and friends and employees of Penri-land Printing Co., Data Comp. Corp and the Bell Telephone C. of Pa' are invited to the funeral Thursdav 9:30 A. M., THE DONOHUB FUNERAL HOME, 8401 West Chest' pike (Corn Lynn Blvd.), Upper Darby and to the Mass of the Resurrection II A. M., Church of the Annundation BVM, 401 Brookline Blvd., Havertown, Pa. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Frinds may call Wednesday -after 4 P. M Mass cards would be appreciated. THEILACKER Suddenly July 31, 1972, S. MAR ION (FRANKIE) wife of Howard F. Thei-lacker of 692 Knox rd., Wayne, Pa . Mass of the Resurrection St. Katharine of Siena Church, Fri. 10 A. M. Int. private. There is no viewing. WECHTER July 30, 1972, ANNA, wife of the late Louis, of 1244 Hellerman St. Mother of Mrs. Helen Ward, Mr Martin Wechter and Mrs. Sarah Paul. Also survived by 6 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Thurs. 11 A. M. precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'" 6410 N Broad St. Int. King David Memorial Park. Family will return to 1244 Hellerman St. Family request that contributions be made to the Kidney Foundation. WUNSCH July 31, 1972, formerly of 2440 Delhi St., KARL, husband of the late Bertha Wunsch. Services private from the JOHN T. STREHLAU FUNERAL HOME, southwest corner of Pratt and Leiper Sts. (Fkd). Family requests that donations be sent to the Harrison Memorial Home In care of Episcopal Hospital, Front and Lehigh Aves. 19134 in his memory. YEAGER July 31, 1972 of 1334 E. Columbia ave., MAURICE E., SR., beloved husband of Edna (nee Calverley). relatives and friends invited to services, Fri., 11 A M., JAMES W. DOWNS FUNERAL HOME, 443 E. Girard ave. Int. Mt. Vernon Cem. Friends may call Thurs. eve. ZAWADZKI July 31, JOSEPH, of 3155 Salmon St., dear brother of the late Raymond, Mrs. Soptiia Przybvlowicz and brother-in-law of John Przybvlowicz. . Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral Fri., 8:30 A. M. from THE EUGENE A. GNIEWEK FUNERAL HOME, 2711-13 E. Allegheny ave., (US 95 Allegheny Exit) Mass 9:30 A. M., St. Adalbert's Church. Int. Our Lady of Grace Cem. Friends may call Thurs. eve. 7 to 9. K-02 Cemetery Lots GLENWOOD Mem. Girdens-Broomall. 1 lots, best offer. 609-848-8516. ' DOUBLE LOT Lakeview Memorial pk. Pvt. owner. 4495. (215) 539-8244 1 Li

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