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Wednesday, January 21, 1987
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feoitairfli THE COURIER-NEWS Wednesday, January 21, 1987 C-3 Judge Arnold gets expanded court role Stephen Mamchur RARITAN BOROUGH - Stephen Mamchur, 60, died Monday (Jan. 19, 1987) at Somerset Medical Center in Somerville. He was born in Jersey City and lived in Jersey City and Bradley Gardens before moving to Raritan 34 years ago. He served in the Navy for seven years and was employed by Channel Home Centers in Whippany as a truck driver for 9 years, retiring in 1986. He was a member of Teamsters Local 408 in Union. Surviving are his wife, Dorothy Hoppe Mamchur; three daughters, Linda Barch of Bridgewater, Diane Heller of Bedminster and Cheryl Mamchur, at home; a stepdaughter, Margaret Backer of Pis-cataway; a son, Donald, at home; a sister, Ann Petrucelli of Hackett-stown; a brother, John Warren of Spring Hill, Fla.; and eight grandchildren. Arrangements are by Bongiovi Fif neral Home in Raritan Borough. Helen E. Caldwell PLAINFIELD - Helen E. Caldwell, 82, died yesterday (Jan. 20, 1987) at John E. Runnells Hospital in Berkeley Heights. Mrs. Caldwell was born in Baltimore, Md., and lived in Plainfield for 70 years. She was a member of Bethel Baptist Church of Westfield. She was a former member of the usher board and the celestrial choir of the church. She was a member of Becker Chapter No. 1 of the Order of the Eastern Star, Prince Hall Affiliation. Surviving are her husband, John A. Caldwell; a daughter, Bessie Wilson of Plainfield; four grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Arrangements are by Judkins' Colonial Home in Plainfield. Ruth Kennedy Whitcomb WATCHUNG - Ruth Kennedy Whitcomb, 82, died Monday (Jan. 19, 1987) at her home here. She was born in Plainfield and lived in Watchung since 1907. For a number of years, she was a member of the teaching staff of Roosevelt Junior High School in West-field. She was a graduate of Plain-field High School. In 1926, she received a bachelor's degree from New Jersey College for Women. Mrs. Whitcomb was a member of Wilson Memorial Union Church in Watchung, the Women's Guild and the Shakespeare Society of Plainfield. She also was a former member of the Garden Club of Watchung. Surviving is her husband. Gordon P. Whitcomb. A memorial service will be held at Wilson Memorial Union Church in Watchung. ' judge for the three counties, will continue to serve as presiding judge for criminal, family and chancery cases. In the future, Diana said he would like to see some of those areas assigned to other judges, as soon as' another judge is appointed for Somerset County. Although Arnold was named to administer civil cases, his criminal case work has drawn the most attention in legal circles. In 1980, while serving as Somerset County's first assistant prosecutor, he wrote "Criminal Practice and Proce-: dure," a published legal work that is used by attorneys in trying cases. The book won Arnold special achievement awards from the Somerset County Bar Association and the New Jersey Prosecutors Association. As a judge, Arnold has presided over several highly publicized criminal trials in Somerset County. These include: Richard Collier, found guilty of the murder of a 4-year-old boy in Franklin; Frankie Peoples, found guilty of the murder of an elderly Franklin woman whom he robbed; and the trial of several employees of Lockheed Electronics, charged with selling drugs on the company grounds. Arnold was scheduled to preside over the drug distribution trial of Manville Borough Councilman Andrew Kelco, but the defendant pleaded guilty last week before his trial began. Arnold lives in Franklin with his wife, Myrna, a curriculum reading specialist for the Bridgewater-Rari-tan school district. The couple have three children: Kenneth, Deborah and Jonathan. By STEVEN COLEMAN Courier-News Staff Writer SOMERVILLE - State Superior Court Judge Leonard N. Arnold, who is known for the long hours he puts in on the job, bad his workload increased yesterday when be was named presiding judge for civil cases in Somerset, Hunterdon and Warren counties. The appointment, made by Chief Justice Robert N. Wilentz, will put Arnold in charge of the largest court calendar in the three counties, Assignment Judge Wilfred P. Diana said. "I think it's very, very fitting that the position go to Judge Arnold," said Diana, who announced the appointment to a courtroom full of attorneys yesterday morning. "Everyone knows how hard he works. He is a recognized legal scholar." Arnold, 52, who was appointed a judge in December 1983, appeared pleased by the appointment but declined comment. Despite the new position, Arnold will continue to serve as a trial judge, Diana said. "What he has in addition is the administrative responsibilities of managing the caseload," Diana said. Court officials said Arnold arrives for work about 6 a.m. every morning and usually doesn't leave until after 7 p.m. Last year, there were 14,470 civil complaints filed in the three counties. In Somerset County, the largest of the three, there were 1,244 Superior Court civil cases and 7,845 small claims civil cases filed in 1986. Diana, who serves as assignment Olga Curtis, 83, was tax collector BERKELEY HEIGHTS - Olga Curtis, 83, the township's tax collector for 32 years, died yesterday (Jan. 20, 1987) at home here. Mrs. Curtis was born in New York City and moved to Berkeley Heights in 1923. She was employed as the tax collector for Berkeley Heights before retiring in 1967 and previously was employed as the township's postmaster. Mrs. Curtis also worked as a correspondent for The Courier-News and the former Newark Evening News and as an author. She wrote several articles on the outdoors and camping that were published in several outdoor magazines and also authored a book entitled East of Third, a book containing memories of old Manhattan that was published in 1954. She founded the Columbia School PTA in Berkeley Heights and served as its first president. She was a member of the Union County Receivers, Collectors and Treasurers Association. Her husband, Harold I. Curtis Sr., a former Berkeley Heights police chief, died in 1985. Surviving are a son, Harold I. Curtis Jr. of Berkeley Heights, who served as Berkeley Heights police chief until three years ago; a son, Robert of Florida; three daughters, Florence Curwen of Berkeley Heights, Virginia Coughlin of Jamestown, N.Y., and Marie Brander of Chester, N.H.; a brother, Arthur Hed-lund of New York City; a sister, Marion Vosa of New York City; 16 grandchildren; and 24 great-grandchildren. Arrangements are by Paul Ippolito Berkeley Memorial in Berkeley Heights. Charles E. Rothbell NEW BRUNSWICK - Charles E. Rothbell, 80, died Tuesday (Jan. 20. 1987) at Somerset Medical Center in Somerville. He was born in Fulton. N.Y., and lived in the area since 1932. He retired in 1972 as a supervisor at Personal Products in Milltown. His wife, Florence Dunphv Rothbell, died in 1972. Surviving is a sister, Mildred Larson of Washington state Arrangements are by Taggart-Chamberlain Funeral Home in Bound Brook. Middlesex County projects hike spending plan $21. 1M for 1987 Leonard DeCarlo PLAINFIELD - Leonard De-Carlo, 90, died yesterday (Jan. 20, 1987) at Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center here. Mr. DeCarlo was born in Jersey City and was raised in Bayonne. He lived in Plainfield for 70 years. He was a self-employed carpenter, retiring in 1967. He was a communicant of St Bernard's Church in Plainfield. Mr. DeCarlo was a member of the Maddolonese Society of Plainfield. His wife, Leona Suozzo DeCarlo, died in 1977. Surviving are a daughter, Rose Durow of Linden; a sister, Josephine Greco of Folkston, Ga.; four grandchildren; and seven greatgrandchildren. Arrangements are by Scarpa Funeral Home of North Plainfield. Helen Foster Hodgskin FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -Helen Foster Hodgskin, 81, died here Jan. 9, 1987. She was born in Liberty Corner and lived in Elizabeth for 15 years and Barnegat for 10 years before moving to Fort Lauderdale 10 years ago. She was employed by the Union County Welfare Board as a case worker and supervisor for 14 years before her retirement in 1962. She was a member of American Legion Post No. 229 Auxiliary of Ro-selle and attended Rutgers University in New Brunswick. Surviving are her husband, retired Air Force Col. Howell L. Hodgskin; a son, Howell L. Jr. of Manlius, N.Y.; a sister, Lola Blackford of Plainfield; a brother, James C. Foster of Post Falls, Idaho; two grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Caroline Elizabeth Doyle PLAINFIELD - Caroline Elizabeth Gangewer Doyle. 85. died yesterday (Jan. 20, 1987) at Ashbrook Nursing Home in Scotch Plains. Mrs. Doyle was born in Allentown, Pa., and lived in Plainfield for 46 years. She was a member of Grace Episcopal Church in Plainfield. Surviving are her husband, Thomas Stockton Doyle; a son. Thomas S. Doyle of Chatham; a daughter. Susan D. Callender of Scotch Plains; five grandchildren: and a greatgrandchild. Arrangements are by Memorial Funeral Home in Plainfield. FUNERAL NOTICES DECARLO Leonard, on Tuesday. January 20. 1987 of Plainfield. husband of the late Leona (Suozzo) DeCarlo (1977). devoted father of Rose Durow and brother of Josephine Greco Also survived by 4 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Funeral Friday y 00 am from the SCARPA FUNERAL HOME 22 Craig Place. North Plainfield, followed by a 10 00 am. Mass at St Bernard's R C Church. Plainfield Burial St. Mary s Cemetery. Plainfield. Visiting hours Thursday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. 22 DOYLE Caroline Elizabeth (nee Gangewer). of Plainfield. on Tuesday, January 20. 1987. in her 86th year, wife of Thomas Stockton Doyle, mother of Thomas S. Doyle and Susan D Callender Services at Grace Episcopal Church. E 7th St and Cleveland Ave . Plainfield. on Friday. January 23. at 11 00 a m Interment private The'e will be no calling hours at MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions to the Childrens Specialized Hospital. Mountainside. N.J. -21 GLENFIELD Victoria, 64, on Sunday, January 18, 1987. Funeral services from the United Reformed Church, Somerville, Thursday, 11:00 a.m. Interment Somerset Hills Cemetery, Basking Ridge. Friends may visit HANNON. BROS. FUNERAL HOME, 43 West Somerset St., Raritan, Tuesday 7-9 p.m. and Wednesday 2-5 & 7-9 p.m. 21 MAMCHUR Stephen 60 on January 19, 1987, beloved husband of Dorothy (Hoope) Mamchur. Dear father of Donald. Linda Barch, Diane Heller, Cheryl Mamchur and Margaret Becker. Fond brother of Ann Petrucelli, John Warren Loving grandfather of 8. Funeral service will be held on Thursday at 10 am. from THE BONGIOVI FUNERAL HOME, Cor. Bell Ave. & Anderson St., Raritan. Entombment will be in the St. Bernards Cemetery, Bridgewater, Visitation on Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 21 MONUMENTS LL MANNING i SON ini DISPLAY YARD 403 W. Front St., PlalnfUld 756-0706 flowers. SOMERVILLE FLO WERS Stanislawa Wisniewski BAYVILLE - Stanislawa Wisniewski, 97. died Monday (Jan. 19. 1987) at Bay View Nursing Home here. Mrs. Wisniewski was born in Poland and she came to the United States in 1907. She had lived in Pisca-tawy and Plainfield before moving to Florida in 1963. Mrs. Wisniewski was a communicant of St. Stanislaus Church in Plainfield. Her husband, Felix Wisniewski. died in 1963. Suviving are a son. Phil Wisniewski of Florida; three daughters. Virginia Marchisin and Janet Jonas, both of Florida, and Stephanie Yuzuik of Phoenix. Ariz.; 17 grandchildren; 40 great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren. Arrangements are by Middlesex Funeral Home. FUNERAL NOTICES MARSH Audley J of South Plainfield. on Sunday. January 18. 1987. beloved husband of Florence L. (Thompson) Marsh, father of Jeanne Burke, brother of Mabel Lynch and Clara Cranz. Stanley and Thurston Thompson Also surviving are 4 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren Funeral service will be held on Wednesday. January 21. 1987. at 8 30 p m in the MC CRISKIN HOME FOR FUNERALS, 2425 Plainfield Ave.. South Plainfield. Graveside services will be held on Thursday, January 22. 1987. at 100p.m in Hillside Cemetery, Plainfield Relatives and trends may call at the funeral home Wednesday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. 21 MITCHELL William Hugh of Plainfield, N.J. on January 18, 1987, beloved husband of Ruby Mitchell, father of Crena Mitchell, Gloria Johnson, Peggy Mitchell, Councilman Harold Mitchell, Billy Mitchell and Harvey Mitchell, brother of Gladys Bass, Walter and John Mitchell, stepfather of Jeffery & Jeroce. Also survived by 7 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren, several neices, nephews and other relatives. Funeral service Thursday, January 22 at 1 1 a.m. in Mt. Olive Baptish Church, 216 Liberty Street, Plainfield. Interment Hillside Cemetery. Viewing Wednesday 7-9 p.m. in the church. Arrangements by Brown's Funeral Home, 122 Plainfield Avenue, Plainfield, N.J. -21 VON DER HEIDEN Kermit C. Age 81 of West Millington, on January 20, 1987. Beloved husband Rose Serena, devoted father of Kermit C. Jr. of Clinton, Kenneth R. of Lake Forest, Illinois, brother of Esther Wetter of Pottsville PA. Grandfather of 4, Great Grandfather of 2, The Service will be held at THE GALLAWAY . Kermit C. Von der Heiden BERNARDS - Kermit C. Von der Heiden, 81, of the West Millington section, died yesterday (Jan. 20, 1987) at Hunterdon Medical Center in Raritan Township. He was born in Pottsville. Pa., and was a resident of West Millington for the past 16 years, coming from Staten Island, N.Y. . He was an accountant for Consolidated Edison in New York City, retiring 16 years ago after 42 years of service. He was a member of All Saint's Episcopal Church in West Millington and was past president and former treasurer of Contemporaries of the Church. He was a member of Pulaski Masonic Lodge of Pottsville, Pa.. where he had been a member for 60 years. Surviving are his wife. Rose Serena Von der Heiden; two sons. Kermit C. Jr. of Clinton and Kenneth R. of Lake Forest, 111.; a sister, Esther Wetter of Pottsville, Pa.; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Arrangements are by Gallaway and Crane Funeral Home in Basking Ridge. Otto Steinbrocker, noted physician DELRAY BEACH, Fla. (AP) -Otto Steinbrocker, a .physician and former president of the American Rheumatism Association and the Arthritis Foundation, has died at the age of 88. Steinbrocker died of cancer Jan. 11, his son Dan said yesterday. Steinbrocker was instrumental in the development of a system for classifying the clinical stages of rheumatoid arthritis, particularly the degree of functional impairment found in each stage. He was the first to describe the shoulder-hand syndrome, which is characterized by swelling of the shoulder and stiffness of the hand and is also known as Steinbrocker's syndrome. Steinbrocker authored or co-authored a number of books and nearly 100 articles in U.S. and international scientific publications. He was president of the Rheumatism Association in 1950-51 and the Arthritis Foundation the following year. He received many honors and awards and has been an honorary member of national rheumatism societies of Argentina, Brazil, Cuba and India and a member of the New York Academy of Science. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Elizabeth, and his son, Dan, of Los Angeles. Benjamin Levich, former Soviet scientist ENGLEWOOD (AP) - Benjamin Levich, a former high-ranking Soviet scientist who developed physico-chemical hydrodynamics before he left that country in 1978, died Monday at the age of 69. Levich was the focus of international attention in 1972 when the Jewish scientist applied for exit visas for himself and his family and was fired from his academic and research posts at Moscow University. He was chairman of the Institute of Electrochemistry in the Soviet Academy of Sciences. Levich emigrated to Israel, where he was an engineering professor at Tel Aviv University, after waiting six years for an exit visa. He joined City College of New York in 1979. Levich was an Albert Einstein professor of science and director of the Institute of Applied Chemical Physics at City College. Witness Continued from Page C-l Bissell said last week that Ver-domo was shot by a bullet fired from a handgun at 6 a.m. Jan. 13 in Room 10 at the motel. - During the murder Investigation, police learned that the woman was seen hitchhiking eastbound on Route 22 shortly after the shooting. Police are continuing to search for both Sumner and Johnson, but Bissell said police have spoken to Sumner on the telephone. According to court records, John-ton was seen with Sumner shortly after the shooting. Bissell said more details on the shooting would be released today. FUNERAL NOTICES CALDWELL Helen E.. on January 20. 1987. of Plainfield. wife of John A Caldwell, mother of Mrs. Bessie Wilson, grandmother of 4. great-grandmother of 8. Funeral services will be held on Friday. 12:00 noon BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH. Trinity Place. Westfield. N J Friends may call at the church Thursday 7-9 p m Rebecca Chapter 1 O.E.S.P.H.A. will hold Memorial Services at the church Thursday 7 30 p m. Arrangements by JUDKINS -22 CURTIS Olga of Berkeley Heights N.J. on January 20. 1987, wife of the late Harold I. Sr., Mother of Harold I. Jr. of Berkeley Heights, Robert of Florida, Mrs. Florence Curwen of Berkeley Heights, Mrs. Virginia Coughlin, of Jamestown N Y. Mrs. Marie Brander, of Chester N.H. and late Caroline DeFreitas, Sister of Arthur Hedlund and Mrs. Marion Vosa on N Y. City. Also survived by 16 grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren. The Funeral service will be on Friday at 10 am in PAUL IPPOLITO BERKELEY MEMORIAL, 646 Springfield Avenue; Berkeley Heights, N.J. Interment Evergreen Cemetery, Visting Thursday 2-4 and 7-9. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Berkeley Heights Rescue Squad. 21 IN MEMORIAM IN LOVING MEMORY CHRISTOPHER GORDON ltll-lftt Flvt vnrt MO today vow Ml vi, vou hod no ttmt to uv ooodtov, vou bid tarowt to nono, Itio Iwovonlv mim hit oponod, Cod hi Mi morcv toot vou homo. WIFE, CHILDREN GRANDCHILDREN II PLAINFIELD GRANITE WORKS LAMPERTI & SONS o MARKERS o MONUMENTS o MAUSOLEUMS 756-4387 411 RICHMOND ST PLAINFICL0 SINCE 1 1921 II Kuchinskas said, however, that the local rate based on assessed property-value, which taxpayers find marked as the "county rate" on their bills could be expected to increase. He said he would not have available the municipalities' share of the county levy" until an 8 p.m. hearing on March 3. Edison Mayor Anthony Yelencsics said his township is second only to Woodbridge in the share of county taxes it pays, which were $18 million in 1985 and have increased by about $2 million annually. Funding for the new $19 million-, plus administration building at New Brunswick's John F. Kennedy Square has been postponed until 1988. Included in items to be bonded for 1987 are a $9.3 million fire training academy to be built in Sayreville; a $4 million records storage building for North Brunswick; renovation of the old courthouse in New Brunswick, $2.3 million; and $3 million to buy the State Theater in New Brunswick for use as the New Brunswick Cultural Center. him there were no legal opinions re- ; lating to whether Malgran is eligible to serve as the attorney for a body he helped create. Joseph Hartnett, treasurer of the ' utilities authority and city adminis- : trator of Rahway, said he is allowed ; to approve or withhold payment ; on all contracts for the authority ; without approval from the rest of the panel. O'Dwyer said he was not sure ". whether Hartnett's claims are true, ; but anticipated he will have to re- ; search the subject. ; Malgran said any delay in paying : his salary as attorney could slow pro- gress on the project. "Mr. Hartnett can't overrule the ; authority merely because he is the : treasurer," Malgran said. "His job is " to ratify the board's action, and if he ; fails to do that it is a dereliction of his duty." ' him to smoke a cigarette outside the : courtroom. ; Woliver said her office was not cer- -tain McKenzie met guidelines of indi- gence, which would require represen- tation by the public defender. She ! said his mother recently died and he ; was her sole heir. : "It is our position that he may be ; suffering from some disease and we ask for further determination of his ' competence to stand trial." she j added. The judge replied, "You have had this case for two years. It is now time I to fish or cut bait. The public defend- : er is assigned as standby counsel.": ' Woliver told the judge his order would be appealed, adding. "A man's life is at stake. We are not shirking ; our duty. We simply want him to have ' a fair trial." The judge had a sheriff's officer jostle McKenzie awake and told him, ' "Your trial is set for Feb, 23." McKenzie made no sign that he had : heard, and shuffled out of court es-. corted by two sheriff's officers. "We don't know how she got the cards," Szkodny said. But police suspect Craig used ficti-. tious names and listed them as employees of National Pharma. Someone answering the telephone at the Plainfield office confirmed for call-' ers that the applicants were National Pharma employees, Szkodny said. ; Craig faced one charge of theft by deception yesterday, but the investi- gation is continuing, police said. By HOLLIS BURKE Courier-News Staff Writer EDISON - The Middlesex County Board of Freeholders last night unveiled a 1987 operating budget totaling $201.1 million, an increase of $21.1 million over last year's budget. Freeholder David Crabiel told municipal officials from several towns at a meeting at Pines Manor here that the board hopes to hold the tax levy to $141.9 million, a $16 million increase over last year's levy. Comptroller Albert Kuchinskas noted the county enjoyed more than a $1 billion increase in new construction during the past year. He pointed out that new construction plus revaluation surveys by municipalities have expanded the county's tax base by $5.2 billion. He said this will permit the county's equalized tax rate to drop from 53.1 cents in 1986 to 49 cents this year. Ruling- Continued from Page C-l to go back to court, that's where we'll go. But we want to try to solve this administratively first." Malgran said he welcomed the inquiry. "I'm looking forward to it." he said. "Maybe once and for all we can put this to rest." A decision is not expected until March when the ethics committee, a branch of the state Administrative Office of the Courts, meets again, Martin said. In his opinion, O'Dwyer wrote that Harold Rubenstein, secretary of the advisory committee, told him that Malgran eliminated claims of potential impropriety regarding dual office holding when he stepped down from his freeholder post. But Martin said Rubenstein told Body- Continued from Page C-l wished to represent himself with the public defender as standby counsel. Sheri Woliver, assistant deputy public defender, told the judge that McKenzie has stopped talking to those seeking to prepare his defense. "It is my personal belief he is not competent to stand trial," Woliver said, noting that he was apprehended by police in a drug-induced coma inside the motel where his girlfriend's body was found. He still might be under the influence of drugs or depression, she said. Hoffman replied, "This court has had him examined at Trenton Psychiatric Hospital and he has been found competent." The judge said sheriff's officers told him McKenzie is "loquacious until he reaches this floor and silence descends when he steps off the elevator." The judge called a recess twice when McKenzie appeared to sink more deeply into sleep and allowed Scam- Continued from Page C-l plied for numerous credit cards from credit companies and major stores in various parts of the state. Different names were used for each credit card application, the detective said. Police said they found 35 credit cards, all with different names, at Craig's residence. American Express, MasterCard and Visa were among the credit cards Issued. Unlike many other products today... you never wonder WHO made BOUND BROOK JUST DIAL n & CRANE FUNERAL HOME, 101 South Finley Avenue, Basking Ridge, Friday at 1 1 am. Friends may visit at the funeral home on Friday at 10 am. until time of service. -21 WHITCOMB Ruth Kennedy on Monday, January 19, 1987. Memorial services will be held on Monday. January 26 at 2 P M. in the Chapel of Wilson Memorial Union Church, 7 Valley Rd. Watchung Memorial contributions may be made to the Church. 21 WILLIAMS Leroy, on January 17. 1987, of Plainfield, husband of Ellawease P. Williams, father of Demse, Vanessa, Kim, Melvm, Frederick and Maurice Williams, brother of Mrs. Fannie Taylor, Elizabeth Phillips, Viola Barco and Joseph Williams. Funeral services will be held on Thursday 1 30 p m at CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH, Monroe and West Fourth St Friends may call Wednesday 7-9 p.m. at JUDKINS COLONIAL HOME. K -21 WISNIEWSKI Stanislawa, 97, of Bridgewater, formerly of Plainfield. on Monday, January 19, 1987, wife of the late Felix (1963), mother of Phil Wisniewski, Virginia Marchisin, Stephanie Yuzuik , and Janet Jonas Funeral from MIDDLESEX FUNERAL HOME, 528 Bound Brook Rd , Middlesex, on Thursday 9 00 m. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Stanislaus R C Church, Plainfield. at 10 00 am. Interment Holy Redeemer Cemetery, South Plainfield. Friends may call Wednesday 244 7-9 pm. -21 ZAMPELLA Teresa M. of Liesure Village East, Lakewood, formerly of Plainfield on Monday, January 19, 1987 m Malaga Spain in her 80th year. Wife of Anthony W. Zampella, Mother of Lawrence B., Ronald T., and Frank R. Zampella. Funeral arrangements to be announced by MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, Fanwood. 21 j. It is Easier for Your Family if you select a family plot before it is needed All Lots Sold in Fully Developed Areas 2 Grave Plots including Perpetual Care Coll or Writo for Descriptive lookUt HILLSIDE CEMETERY Woodland Avenue, Scotch Plains Tel. PL6-1729 Mailing ad dross, P.O. Box 747, Plalnf (old, N.J. 0706 1

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