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I r COURIEK-POST, Camden, N. J., Wednesday, March 30, 1960 Berlin TVp. Police Chief Dies at 40 OBITUARIES (;Konr.F. f. adams Kl'RLIXGTON - George F. Adams, 58 cashier at the Public Service Electric and (las Commercial oil ice here many years, died Monday in his home, 331 E. Union st.An Army veteran of War I, Mr. Adams was past commander of MacKarland Tost 79, American Legion; past Chefde Guerre, Forty and Fight Voiture member of the Moorestown ! 500, Hurlington County past W.RWinncr,80,Dic3, Plumber at 3Iarlt3ii MARLTON Walter B. Winner. Anthony DcSilvio Jr., 40, chief 80, of Cooper st. died Tuesday at nf police of Berlin Township, died Evergreen Park, Now Lisbon. A Tuesday in Veterans Hospital, resident of the area 78 years, Philadelphia. I Mr. Winner conducted a plumbing Mr. DeSilvio, who lived on IM., business here. He was a member 73 Berlin had been with the of the Evesham Township Corn- police department 12 years and its mittce for 20 yea-s. He was h a r nf thn MnnrestO' eran of War II and president of Monthly Meeting of the Society of governor of the Burlington Moose the American-Italian Protective Friends, an exempt fireman of a member of the hyemns star Society the Marlton Volunteer Fire Com-.Council. Jr. Order of American ' Surviving are his wife, Lucy; pany and a 50-year member of Mechanics, and a member of the three daughters, Rita, Lucille the Marlton Grange. I Michel l ire Company . and I Phvllis and a son, Anthony j Survivors are a son. Harold W., Surviving is his wife. Elizabeth id at home- his father, Anthony of Marlton: four brothers. Rich- E.; three sons John a home Sr" of Some dale; three brothers, ard B.. of ML Holly; Hudson T. 'George F. Jr., of Burlington and Shoas o Mi llica Hill, and of Morrisville, Pa.; Henry I., of Richard of Beverly; two brothers n nie land Pominh-k. of Tans- Rancocas and Charles S of Had-Palmer L. of Cinmminson and hnro- six sisters, Mrs. Mildred donfield; three grandchildren, and red, of Burlington; a sister, LaRosa, ofGlendora; Mrs. Pearl one great-grandchild. Mrs Florence Warner .of Bur- DiMenna of Mt. Ephraim; Mrs. Services will be held Saturday hngton and six grandchildien. , Josephine Turi, of Haddonfield; at 2 p. m. in the N. Edward, Services will be Thursday a Mrs Rita Rehmann, of Hammon- Melton Funeral Home, 78 E. Main 1 p. m in a funeral home at 'an Mr! Mary" Bonafino and st., Moorestown, where friends 302 E. Union ?t. where friends Air Mary Carpino. of Ph.ladel- may call Friday night. Burial will may call tonight. Bunal will phia. Ic in Rancocas Friends Cemetery, be in National Cemetery, Beverly . Relatives and friends will meet FIORENCEMVAYNE MRS. MARY A. ANDERSON at a. m. Saturday mine v MT. LAUKEL-Mrs. Mary '. WOOSier r uncial Iiuiue, nmii., . : j. .... .... c.i MarW a nvo . Coral Gab es. Fla . 'Anderson, W, K'mP. wmbe 'sZ at JO 30 died Monday in the home of aainesport id., died Tuesday in o'clock in Our I adv of Mt Car- sister. Mrs. Helen Kahnowski, her home, mel Church Berlm iewm- 1244 Lansdowne ave. A former Surviving are two daughters, wil b?held in ti e funeral hon e resident of Camden, she lived in 'Mrs. John Godfrey, with whom lav t Bu ial w be n Florida about four years. she lived, and Mrs. Fred Lassby, Gate of Heaven Cemetej' Berlin ' Surviving in addition to Mrs. of Philadelphia; a son, Robert GateoUIcavenLemeicrj.wnin. Ka,jnowskj are hcr nusbandf Law.;D.t of Marlton; three sisters, JOHN A. MARIONI rence; her father and mother, Mr. ! Mrs. Florence Waddell, of Berlin; John A. Marioni. Bl. died Mon- and Mrs. Adam Pueilowski. of Mrs. Tillie Godfrey, of Williams-dav in his horn" 307 E Clements Camden, and another sister, Mrs. port, Ta., and Mrs. Emma Wells, Bridge rd., Runncmede. Ho was Anna Kulczynskl, of Gloucester of Palmyra; three brothers, a cook at the Benjamin Frank- Heights. -ewge Simpson, of New Egpt. lin Hotel Philadelphia ' Relatives and friends will meet William, of Beverly, and Charles, Surviving are his wife, Made- Saturday at 8.30 ra. m. in the of Berlin; seven grandchildren, loino D three daughters Mrs Prcdpelski Funeral Home, 1458 eighteen great-grandchildren, and Walter Crawford, of Glondora; Mt. Ephraim ave. Requiem high two great-great grandchildren. Mrs Frank Benedctti of Levit- Mass will be celebrated at 9 a. m. I Services will be conducted I Tito n and Mrs. Andrew McCall, in St. Joseph's Church. 10th and day at 2 p. m. in the N. Edward f wm-mnmii- ahrnMmr Anrlrew Mechanic sts. A viewing will be Melton luncral Home, S h. t Pi,iin,ininh,-3 nn,i qIv rmnrl- held Fridav nicht in the funeral Main St., Moorestown, .i,;vi,.nn ' home. Burial will be in St. Jo- friends may call Thursday night Relatives and friends will meet soph's Cemetery'. Chews Landing, j Burial will be Laurel- Area Doctor To Be Fclcd At Newark WOOPRURY A prominent Woodbury physician has been named "Woman of the Year" by the New Jersey Medical Women's Association. Dr. Dorothy M. Rogers, of 50 Cooper st., will be honored at a dinner tonight in the Newarker Restaurant, Newark Airport. Dr. Helen Schrack, of Camden, will be the speaker. Dr. Rogers' accomplishments as a physician were called "outstanding" by the association's selection committee. It is believed Dr. Rogers is the only woman ever elected president of a county medical society in New Jersey. She was president of the Gloucester County Medical Society and also was historian, reporter and secretary. She has been secretary and president of the women's association and was active in the work of the State Medical Society's committee on mental health. Dr. Rogers was awarded a citation in 1957 for her work in cerebral palsy and she served as medical liaison member of the Gloucester County guidance center. She also has been active in the Gloucester County Sorop-timist Club. Among her other activities she served as editor of the Gloucester County Medical Society's bulletin from 1953 to 1957. PF.TER FINNEGAN SR. Peter Finnegan Sr., 64, of 1168 Romana ave., Bcllmawr, died Tuesday in West Jersey Hospital. He was employed by RCA. Surviving are his wife, Mary; two sons, Peter Jr. and William, at home; four sisters, Mrs. Bridget Hcnzcy, of Ardmore, Pa.; Mrs. Elizabeth Eldridge, of Cam den; Mrs. Ellen O'Connor, of England, and Miss Margaret Finnegan, of Ireland. Relatives and friends will meet at 8 a. m. Saturday in a funeral home at 1530 rollings rd. Requiem Mass will follow at 9 o'clock in Annunciation Church, Bellmawr. A viewing will be held Friday ni;;ht in the funeral home and burial will be in New St. Mary's Cemetery, Bellmawr. NOT INlaLING , " FORT WORTH, Tex. (UPI)-A local drug store calls attention to its pharmacy department with a Crater Lake in southwestern sign on the Fort Worth-Jacksboro Oregon lies in the crater of an highway which reads: "Accurasy extinct volcano. Icounts." A. Falls From Machine, Oaklyn Man In jtiretl Martin Hering, 41, of 613 White Horse pk., Oaklyn, was injured Tuesday morning when he fell about 25 feet from a pile driver at the Liberty Concrete Co., .Or thodox st. and the Delaware River, Philadelphia. Hering a rigger, was treated in Frankford Hospital for back injuries. He is employed by the B. J. Brenneman Co., Philadelphia contractors. Arizona's eight national forests cover V,'i million acres. Dr. Dorothy M. Rogers in Mt. Laurel ON THE SHORT END i DALLAS, Tex. (UPI) - City Council recently agreed with City Manager Elgin Crull that the name of "John W. Carpenter Freeway" should be shortened City street signs, Crull pointed out, were not large enough to accommodate all of the letters. Pi- ; 3 MAY SPECIAL! Your XV ni vh CLEAXKII and OILED for only riui rim SEARS Brlnj Tnnr witch to Srori thli Thura., Frl. or Sat. and have it rlmnrd nt 4hl low, low price. All work cunrantrrd. Bronze Shoe 3.95 ea. Admiral Yilson Blvd. CAMDEN 0(pn Thiim., Frl. till 0 I. M. Sat. 9:S0 till 5 T. M. Family plans a trip 0! i vv fffifcr rv.f ' t s? si X 4 waif j-niainii.jMa t Finds all travel needs fast . . . Travel agents . . . air, rail and steamship line? . . . resort clothes . . . photos for passports . . . Iur-EaKe you can locate everything you need for a world rruie or a weekend jaunt in the handy Yellow Pages. in the feIlow Pages It'f easy to mnke arrangements by phone. at 8.30 a. m. Friday at the Clcm- IRS. PASQUALINA CONSALO Cemetery. EDWARD P. SNELLBAKER SR Mien Mass win loiiow in ' r'oVsalo i' died Monday n hcr' Edward P. Sncllbaker Sr., 51, of Teresa s Church. AviewinR w, P?": Swll " ,210 W. Lake ave., Blackwood. lie nein in me nome inuijudy ' cnn. Prant died Tuesday in the Veterans Ad night and minai win dc in uoiy u Vivod imiis of ministration Hospital, Thiladel- Cross CcincteoOreadon. Pa. i hFr He s. guard at the New MRS. rSTEI.I.E FAMES Fla., Anthonv, of Union City. and. oi.wnu d,,u a VILLVILLE - Mrs. E s t e 1 1 e William, of Glassboro: three P'lce ofTlcpr Blackwood i ! .fiannMorB Mrs M-irv vir-iplii Surviving are two sons, Edward Fames. 73. a former resident daughters Mis. .Man .Miragna here died Mondav in her home of Medfnrd, Mrs. Lena DeV ito and 1 and, j0 of,.,.V?ck; KirLv vn V i Mrs. Philomena Tursi. of Mer-:d; one daughter, Mrs. Mildred "sJrvMnJar;-. daughter. Mrs. 'chantville; ,bi,-ty-seven grandchil-; Sl7Z C' Nora Price, of Kirkwyn; a son, - ad forty-one l'jJn"?ST f Mmi! R-es and friends will mcctjof MaO'land, and two grandchil-ville. and Mrs. Norman Higbee. at 8.30 a. m. Friday in i the Falcoj - of Hoselle Park- a brother Fred Funera Home, 1018 S. 4th St.. services will De fiiday at l.m L.l?elleiarK; f,: Tamrlnn Snlomn rm,nm hifrh P. I"- W the Charles W. McCatW tnaneswonn, oi iMiiiviue, unei- .. . . 1. . . V " n,,, in iv ri.,.h cf .Mass will follow at 9 .it) o ciock in 1 - ... v.,,... v.. ,Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, , Blackwood where friends may can inursciav nigni. isunai win and two great grandchildren rranrtrhiMrnn services win no nciu ai . p. hi. i , , ' .. V"" - ,u n Wrwvlh.irv Mmftri9l Park r,,-i inr. ,t-w no neiii inursciav nieni in."1- ........v. Thnrsdnv In a - 1 , i t : - 1 Ml1 Broad and Ruck sts. Burial will np. '"n( Ii" ''me ;l ""n,al W1" FRANK E. MAGOH'AN be in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. be in Calvary Cemetery, Delaware. MOORESTOWN' Frank E. Ma- jlim"M111'- kowan, 77. died Monday in his , .'WILLIAM If. TEVIS SR. l'ome " Garwood rd. n'Mii ir t c i- a-, i' Surviving are his wife, Lottie Yaini Uilham II. Tevis Sr.. fx. died . j..u. ,-.,AA ave., Somcrdale. A retired -iTuesda Porn in Philadelphia, be.-.,; guna BcaVcal f, eery store operator, he is sur.;was a rrtirctl machinist 1 T of As(orja vived by two nephews and one Suni.inc are his wife, Mabel x y RusseU S.. of I.indenwold CHARLES P. HAINES Charles P. Haines, RJ, Tuesday in his home, 6 E F., of 226 W. Atlantic ave., Audu-i Hon; two sons, William Jr., of and Harold N., of Magnolia: a niece. Services will be held at 11 a. m. "1' sister. Mrs. Ida Perrine, of Ran- Friday in the Knight Funeral n"aven. De aware Town-j Woods; thrce brothprs, Home, j;un and tentrai aves.. " ". Herbert r in, where friends mav call LL" "'IU""'IS. -llls- rinu-nce after 9.30 o'clock that morning. --i'-;. ' 'mf.s.;of Miami; nino prandchildren uunal will Do in Jianeign teme-,'"""':"'"1!and two preat-m-andehildren and seven grandchildren. .MRS. MAUDE C. LOVETERE I Private services will be held at Mrs. Maude C. Lovetore, 5(5. of the convenience of the family, 417 W. Pine st., Audubon, died'i""' he direction of the Holl Mondav in Our Lady of Lourdes 'Funeral Home, 1j West End ave., Hospital. She was a member of .Haddonfield. ten'. of Riverton. Walter T. of Merchantville, and David R. id two gr Services will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. in the N. Edward Melton Funeral Home, 78 E. Main st., where friends may call tonight. Burial will be in Arlington Cemetery, Pcnnsauken. MRS. CORA A. SHEDDY Mrs. Cora A. Sheddv, 81, died EASdDM MM ft S3 IIIGIIT W IS THE TI3IE TO AIR-COXDITIOX YOUIt lWmil l o g a n Memorial Presbyterian ENRY G Qmn i h n r( -h snri i k i r vivon hv nor ' ' TT r .1 t l i I . ' husband, Philip. I m," " v'"nl "l luesnay intTueS(iav in her home, Marlkressj Services will be held at 10.30.hls ,10mCl 7 u- Cll;ir avc- JIpr" rd., Delaware Township. She was' a. m. Saturday in a funeral home fhantville. operated C.ohl's )orn in Philadelphia and lived at 152 W. Atlantic ave., Audubon, """-'J 1 aMS " '""""""'liorc manv years. where friends mav call Fridav v,llc' aml was a member of the Surviving are her husband, ni-.-ht. Burial will be in Harleigh Sn,lth Jrrso-v Bakers Association, frank M.; a son, F. Gordan. Cemetery. ! urvivinR are his wile, Mella; with whom she lived, and two ,a son, Michael, and a daushterj grandchildren. i JOHN SULDON . lit. .Barbara, at. home: his father. Services will be held Friday John Suldon Jr., !) months, of iotliob, of Merchantville, and at io a. m. in the Lutheran 2:il Stevens st., died Tuesday in ' sirs, the Misses Rose and church of Our Savior, Haddon-! Conner Hospital. 1. Anna, both of Merchantville. ficId. viewing will be held; He was born in Camden. Stir-: services ami uunai win ne Thursday night in the Holl Fu-viving are his parents, John Sr. Private under direction of Ingles-nerai Home, 15 West End ave., and Gcrakline. ,i)y & ftons, i-cnnsaiiKcn. mere .Haddonfield. Burial will be in Services will be held at 8 p. tn. ; will he a viewing Thursday at a funeral home at ."Wit in the nome. ffil Van Hook st., where friends Hmmi 7,0 mav call at 7 p. in. Thursday. 1 Burial will be Fridav in Mt. Peace WiH'am Thorson, fll, died Mon-Cemeterv, Lawnside. 'r,;l-v ln his home, 15 S. White - 'Horse pk., Stratford. Ho was a FRANK R. RIZER i retired farmer. Services were held todav fori Services will be held Thursday Frank R. Kier. Ii5. a former t 11 a. m. in a funeral home at resident of Maple Shade, who ''2 White Horse pk., Haddon died March 25 ln Burholme, Pa. ! Heights, where friends may call He was a photocngraver. I tonight. Burial will be in Berlin Surviving are his wife, Helen Cemetery. M.; two sons, John R. of i?. 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