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54 OBITUARIES Ellen Witham, 105 Formerly of Everett The funeral of Mrs. Ellea F. (Littlefield) Witham, 105, formerly of Everett, who lived in Brimf leld, Mass., for the past eight years, will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. at the Chapel of the J. E. Henderson Funeral Home, 517 Broadway, Everett, at 11 a.m. Mrs. Witham, a native of Wells, Me., was the oldest resident of Everett where she lived for many years. Rev. Thomas Chaffee, pastor of the First Methodist Church of Everett, of which she -was a long-time member, will officiate. Burial will be in Wells, Me. Mrs. Witham, the widow of Winfield S. Witham, leaves two daughters, Mrs. Clara Bennett of Hamden and Mrs. Bessie Hilton of Everett, and two sisters, Mrs. Hattie M. Rice of Melrose and Mrs. Bertha Avery of Braintree. A. Rosenberg Newspaper Worker Services for Abraham Rosenburg. 67, of 9 Edyth lane, Peabody, will be held Friday at the Stanetsky Memorial Chapels, 1668 Beacon St., Brookline. Mr. Rosenberg, who had been associated with the circulation department of the Herall-Traveler for 35 years died Wednesday after a long illness. He was a member of the Congregation of Agudath Israel of Dorchester, the Win-throp lodge Knights of Pythias, the United Commercial Travelers, an dthe B'nai B'rith. He leaves his wife, Rhoda (Nissenbaum), a son, Wil-bert of Warwick, R.I., a daughter, Mrs. Roberta Ber-ger of Peabody, and two sisters, Mrs. Goldie Kline of Swampscott and Mrs. Sophy Paul of Miami Beach. Burial will be in Sharon Memorial Park, Sharon. Hub Marine Unit Ends Training At Lejeune CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C The 500 reservists of the Boston-based 1st Battalion, 25th Marines, wound up a three-day mock war today as part of their Summer training. The unit will stay in the field until tonight in the windup of one of the largest reserve exercises ever staged on the Eastern Coast. An airlift from the Navy carrier Boxer and a beach assault was a feature. About 5000 Marine Reservists from a dozen states participated. Two Boston companies, along with units from Springfield, Manchester, N.H., and Hartford, Ct., are due to start for home Friday. Lt Col Howard W. Feist of Weston is battalion commander. Maj James C. Doyle Jr. of Arlington and Capt Richard N. Hoehn of Winchester command the Boston companies. N H. Hands Out Sweeps Checks CONCORD, N.H. The major winners in the July 25 N.H. Sweepstakes drawing and the July 27 Sweepstakes race were presented their checks today by Gov. John W. King at a ceremony in his office. There was a total of 578 prize winners who shared $223,400 in award money. The top winners who accepted the invitation to receive their checks in person from Gov. King were: Mrs. Mae Roach and sisters, Mrs. Mazie Hillebrand, Mrs. Lucy Blauvelt. of Glen Rock, N.J.. $100,000; R. A. Jones, Bridgeport, N.J., $20,000. Also, Lro Leblanc of Nashua, N.H.. $10,000 and Dr. Richard Dcscoteau, Manchester, N.H., $1333. Checks arc being sent to other prize winners by the Merchants National Bank. Fitchburg Pair Held in Gun Theft FITCHBURG Police have charged two Fitchburg mm with the theft of some 200 revolver from the Ivor and Jhnson Arms and Cycle Works. Arrested Wednesday were Robert Wiljanen, 24 and Psul Palmer, 23. They face arraignment today. The revolvers valued at $4000, were stolen from the Fitchburg plant early Tuesday. The Boston Globe Thursday, August 8, 1968 Samuel Harrisburg Maine Hotel Manager OLD ORCHARD BEACH, Me. Samuel Harrisburg, 69, who managed the Copley Hotel for more than 50 years, died Wednesday after a brief illness. He was born m Lewiston and attended schools there. He was a member of Etz Chian Synagogue, Bidde-ford. Me., and Beth Israel Synagogue, Old Orchard Beach. He leaves hi? wife, Frances; a daughter, Mrs. Shirley Krobkin of Danvers, Mass.; two sons, Robert J. of Portland and Harold H. of Old Orchard Beach; and six grandchildren. Services will be held today at Sharey Tphiloh Synagogue. iiuiniinmn nimimiimiimiinnnins DEATHS Adler. Annie C. Leonard. Mary A. Levin. Dr. L. M Litterio, Antonio Macintosh. Margaret E. Mahoney, Charles Albrecht, Joseph A Appleby, William Ardizzoni. John Austin. Grace H. Barrett, M. W. Bennett, Herbert Bogni. Joseph Brennan. John J. Maloney, Michael J Marshall, James Mazzola. John McAuliffe. J. W. McBride, William McGovern, John S. McHarris, Alice Messina Jennie Mintz, Fannie Milton Howard O. Bryan. Catherine Burns, Mary E. Butler, William D. Cadigan, Katherine Camore.vt, Andre Carter, C. J. Ceci, Joseph Molan, Margaret C. Cullen, Olga Monaco, Salvatore Morelli, Luciano Morrison. Anna Murphy, Ella M. Murray, John T. Needham. T. L Newton, Ruth Nordberg. John R. Cunningham, Ray Dalzell, . L. D'Amico. Sister Mary Donatus DaRosa Jaoquim Davis, George D. Delaney, L. P. Donahue, Francis J Norton, Harold H. Donahue. John T. O'Neil, Francis M, Driscoll, Mae L. Elwell. Marie Estes, Edna Flanagan. William Ferolito, Giovanni O'Toole. Thomas B, Polito, Minnie Powers, Joseph Power, Mary T. Querze, Alice P. Redman, Margaret Ricci, Daniel Rios. Juana Rosenberg, A. Fleming. Alice P. Fraser, Florence Fraser, Jessie Friedland. Sophia A. Rosenberg. Isadore Galbraith, Alexand Russell, Benjamin Saunders, Maurice Scanlon, James. P Gallishaw, John Gilman Etta Gomes. Joaquin A Halfyard, Mary W. Henry, James T, Siderowicz, Lorraine T, Sister Mary Hunt, Grace G. Hurley, Barbara Hurley. Helen T, Johnson, John Keane, Isabelle H, Kelleher, Denis P, Kelleher. Katherine M. Kelly. Catherine Kempton, Alice J, Kennedy, Anastacia G. Kenney, Edward C. LaFreniere, J. N. Lambert, Leonora F. Leear, John E. Lescord-Puopolo, Edward L. Jr. Alphonsine, C.S.J. Sister Miriam, C.S., Southmayd, Ethel StafHeri, Carol Steele. I. H. Sullivan, Ada E. Sullivan, Catherine Sullivan, Marie L. Swanson Joseph C. Swanstrom, R. C. Van Orden, R. von Riegers Baron Albert E. Webb, Stuart W. West, John F. Whitehead. Alice Witham, Ellen F. Willard, Ralph J. Zaslaw, J. K. EVENING DEATH NOTICES BENNETT In Dorchester. August 7. Herbert T.. beloved husband of Marv J. (Kane I. Late residence. Yi Water st. Beloved father of William Herbert Jr.. John. Rose Staines. Pauline Bennett, Dorothy Casey, Betty Cook. Patricia Greene and Barbara Haines. Beloved brother of Alice Brooks. Funeral from the Thomas D. Russe 11 Funeral Home, 1415 Dorchester av., on Saturday, Ana. 10 at 7 a.m. Reouiem Hnzh Mass in St. Ann's Church at 8 o'clock. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Visiting hours, Thursday 7-lu p.m., Friday 2-4, 7-lu p.m. BR VAN In Medford. Aue. 8. Cather ine B. (Murphy i, beloved wife of the late Leonard W.. of 161 Main st.. and mother nf Clair Collins of Maiden. Leonard W. Jr.. of Som- erville and Nancy A. Bryan, of Medford. Funeral from tne t. L Kelleher Funeral Home, 67 Broadway, Somerville. Saturday at 8 a.m. High Mass of Requiem in St. Jo-srnh' rhurrh Medford. at A o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visit ing hours Friday 2-4, 7-9 p.m. CAMORFVT In Sudburv. Aug. 7 Andre E.. beloved husband of Lucie (Auffrayl of 15 Landham rd. Funeral from the McCarthy Funeral Home. H Lincoln st Framingham, Saturday mornina at 8:15 a.m. He- quiem High Mass at St. Anselm's Church. Sudbury, at 9 a.m. Visit- ins hours Thursday evening 7-9, Friday 2-4, 7-9. Burial in St. Ste phens cemetery. DAVIS Of Melrose. Aug. 7. George D., husband of Edith L. (Meusei. of 120 Grove St., father of Helen Davis of Melrose, and srrandfather of Lorraine Richard of Melrose. Funeral services at the Gately Funeral Home. 79 West Foster St., Saturday, Aug. II, at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Friday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. JOHNSON In Melrose. Aug. 7. John I. E. Johnson of 108 Waverly av.. hrnthei' nf Miss M. Adclta Johnson Services at Robinson Chapel. 809 Main St., Saturday at 1 p.m. Friends may call Friday 7-9 p.m. POWER August 7. in Billcrira. Marv T. 'Sullivan i beloved wife of Joseph W. Power. Mother of Paul J. of Detroit and Rosemary Parker of N.H. Sister of Mrs. Julia Ste. Marie of Arlington. Funeral from the Sweeney Memorial Fu neral Home. 80 Concord rd.. Bil-Irnca. Saturday. August 10. at 8 a.m. Solemn requiem High Mass at St. Marv s Church at 9 a.ni Visiting hours Thursday, 7-10 and riiiiriy, ana liu. SISTER MIRIAM, C.S..I. fMary M Regan) In Framingham. Aug. 8. Sisler of Brnlher Charles Austin of Christian Bothers, Manhattan College. N.Y.; aunt of Edward D. Rrsan Jr. and Mrs. Francis Gray Brennan of Haverhill and Miss Patricia Regan of Lincoln. Requiem Mass will he celebrated Saturday at 9:30 a.m. in the Chanel of the Holy Spirit. Bethany Infirmary, by a rousin, Rev. Francis Scully of Bll-lerlcn. Visiting hours at the infirmary Thursday 7 9 and Friday 2-5 and 7-9. Interment St. James Cemetery. Haverhill, Relatives and friends are invited, ' STAFHERI In Orient Heights, East Boston, Aug. 8. Carol A. (Tnhiai. belov'ed wife of John R, Slameri. residence' 2!i2 Orient av.: daughter of Elvira (Cnnnnigioi and the Inic Find Tobia; sister of Louis, Joan and Diane Tohia. Angela Leary and Chandra Minor. Funeral from the Masratn Funeral Home. .123 Chelsea st. i at Day sq.i- Saturday morning at 8:45. Solemn Requiem Hull Mass In St. Lazarus Church at 9::in o'clock. Relatives and friends lnviled. Visiting hours Thursday 7-10, Friday 2-4 and 7-10. VAN ORItEN Robert, formerly of Rnndoliih, died In his 4flth year In Corpus Christie, Texas. Husband of Paula May Van Olden ' Williams i and father of Nancy, David and f'ninrln of North Weymouth and the late Maureen Riverriv: biother of F.slhrr Chnnetns, Malcolm and William, all of M.ilrien, Kunrinl erv-lies at San Antonio N.'ttioni'l Cenv-rlny, Texas, Friday at p:in am, PnM Commander of Randolph AM VETS. 2Asl.AW-.lnrl Keith, nf 19 Powder House rd F.xtension. Medford. on Aug. 8, beloved son of Kenneth and Shirley iRelsmani Zaslaw and devoted brother of Sleven of Maiden, and Jeffrey of Medford and grandson nf Rose Reisman of Medford. Servlres will be held at Tempi' Shalom. 475, Winthrop st Medford, nn Friday, Aug, 9. at I Dm. Memorial week at his tale residence Arrungemenis by Goldman funeral Horn, Maiden, I Sister Miriam Archdiocesan Teacher FRAMINGHAM Sister Miriam, C.S.J., (Mary M. Regan) for many years a teacher in Archdiocesan schools died today at Bethany Infirmary. A requiem Mass will be sung Saturday at 9:30 a.m. in the Chapel cf the Holy Spirit at Bethany Convent. Celebrant will be Rev. Francis Scully of Billerica, a cousin. Burial will be in St, James Cemetery, Haverhill. Sister Miriam leaves a brother, Brother Charles Austin of the Christian Brothers, Manhattan College, N.Y. MORNING DEATH NOTICES ADLER In South Boston. Aug. 5. Annie C. iMcGlvnni. beloved wife of the late Charles M. Adlcr. Late residence 16 Boston si.. Beiovea mother of Lillian Adler. Helen McGra.th. Anna Eachobacci. Charles Adler and the late Theresa Ward. Also survived by 13 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren and beloved friend of Mr. & Mrs. Edward Gray. Funeral from the Thomas D. Russell Funeral Home. 1413 Dorchester av- Uorcnester. on Friday. Aug. 9. a 8 a.m. Reouiem Hich Mass in St. Monica's Church, at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Visiting hours Wednesday 7-10 p.m. Thurs day 2-4. 7-to p.m. ALBRECHT. Joseph A., M M 1st Class. Seal ream no. z, U. S. Navy, killed in Vietnam August 3. He is survived by hie wife the former Carol Donegan of Roslindale. and three daughters. Kathleen, age 4. Christine. 3 years, and Helen. 2 months. Burial will be in Norfolk. Virginia. APPLEBY In Cambridge. August 6. of 17 Mellen St. William, beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Hyde Appleby. Funeral services from the Francis H. Brown Funeral Home, 34 Bow st Union Sq., Som-prviilp on Friday morning at 11 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited Visiting hours Thursday 7 to 8 p.m. ARDIZZONI In Chelsea. August 6 John. Residence 46 Sixth St. Beloved husband of Isa (Pugnetti) Ardizzoni and father of Ermalinda Stehle, Isabelle McDonald and Jerome Ardizzoni. Funeral from Frank A. Welsh & Sons Funeral Home. 718 Broadway. Saturday. August 10 at 8 a.m. Requiem High Funeral Mass in St. Rose Church at 9 a.m. Relatives! and friends most kindly invited Visiting hours Thursday 7-9, Friday 2-4 and 7-9. AVSTIN Of Dorchester. Aug. 7. Grace H. (Hinckley) Austin of 3 Remington st. beloved wife of the late Mansfield Austin, mother of John H.. of Reading. Charles S. of Penn., Rev. William Paul Austin of Conn, and Mrs. Arthur tcyntnia G.) Sharp of N.J. Funeral services at the J.B. Cole & Gleason Funeral Home. 490 Columbia rd. Dorchester on Friday at 2 P.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Thursday evening 7 to . BARRETT In Mission Hill. Roxburv Aug. 6. M. William. Residence 1584 Tremont st., beloved husband ot the late Novena MacCormack and father nf Margaret aarrett and Mi's Mary Murphy of Brockton, and grandfather of John P. Murphy. F.M.S.I.. Framingham and brother of Mrs. Catherine Kelly of Brighton. Funeral from the Cleary Funeral Home 1605 Tremont st.. on rriaay Aug. 9. at 8 a.m. Solemn Mass of Requiem in the Mission cnurcn ai 9 visitin hours. Wednesday i-iii. Thursday 2-5 and 7-10. Relatives and friends kindly invited to be present. Rnr.KT Tn Norwood. Aug. 6. Jo seph, beloved husband of Joseohine tPisani) of 48 Croyden rd . beloved lather ot ur. josepn oi iorwoua, John of Dorchester and the late Louis and Arthur. 'Funeral from the Paul H. Kraw tunerai Home, 1248 Washington St., Friday momma at 8. Funeral Mass in St. Timothy's Church at .9. Relatives ana menus are Kinaiy lnvneu. nui-ial in fit Michael's Cemetery. Visit ing hours Wednesday and Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Member of the Brick Layers Union, Local No. 3. Bl'RNS In Wellesley Hills, August 7 Mary rJ. ifentzi wne oi ine laie John C. Burns, aunt of Genevieve L. Burns of Wellesley Hills, and Norwood Richards of Fairhaven. Mass. Funeral services in St. Mary's Episcopal Church. Newton Lower Falls, Friday at 11 o'clock. Visiting hours at the Henry J. tsuiKe funeral Home. 56 Washington St. Thursday 3-5, and 7-9 p.m. BUTLER Suddenly, by fire. August 6. William D of 586 Columbus ave Boston. Cousin of Myrtle Prentice and Margaret Niles. Re posing at tne cmsoim runerai Chapel, uoiumDus ave. nua- TftlSJ Funeral from the Chapel Saturday, August 10. at 2 p.m. Rel atives and triends invnea. ramiiy present at the Chapel Friday evening 7-9. Late WW II Veteran. rr FN v AN Tnhn J. "Red" in Dor chester. August 5. Beloved son of Henry 1. ana Louise (rsurnem Brennan of Roxbury and devoted brother of Mrs. Dorothy Broadbcnt, Mrs. Louise McLaughlin, Mrs. Mary Volz, Mrs. Carol Candia. Mrs. Patricia Hixon, Richard. Robert and the late Henry Thomas Brennan, Jr. Funeral from the Cocpenrath-Manning Funeral Home. 1534 Tremont St. opposite Mission Church. Friday. August 9 at 8:15 a.m.. Requiem Mass and Communion will be offered in the Cathederal at 9 O'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Wednesday 7-9 p.m.. Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. CADIGAN In Medford. Aug 6, Katherine (Coiunsi of ,S4 Henry si., beloved wife of Michael J. Cadigan of Medford and mother of Michael J. Jr. of Holbrook, Helen M. Sigda nf Media, Pa. Patricia Christianson of Somerville, Stephen J. of Dorchester, Emmett C. of Maiden. Maureen A. Cadigan of Medford and the late Paul F. Cadigan of Somerville. Funeral Saturday at 8:15 from the G. F. McKcnna & Son Funeral Home. 390 Medford St. Somerville. Solemn High Mass of Requiem in St Polycarp's Church. Somerville. at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours Thursday 7-9 p.m. Friday 2-4 sc -. CARTER Clinton John, of 11 Lin den Avenue, Somerville. Beloved gon oi wnoeil is.ennecn aim inei-ma Carter, and hrnther of Victoria and Lisa on Aug. 4. Services will be private. CECI Joseph of 2 Baldwin place, North fcnd. Aug. 7, beloved husband of the late Constantina fNaz-zaro and father of Mary Bosco of Athol, Mass. Angie and Esther Salerno of Boslon and Anthony of West Medford. Funeral from the John Cincotti and Sons Funeral Home. 7 Cooper st.. Saturday at 9 a.m. boiemn Keqtuem Hign Mass in St. Leonard's Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 2-4 and 7-10. Late member of Laborer's Union Local 122. Cl'I.l.EN In Dover. Aug. 7. Olga (Wireni. Beloved wife or tne late George W. Cullen. Visiting hours at the Joseph A. Fallon Funeral Home, 1305 Highland av., Needham, on Thursday, Aug. 8. 7-9 p.m. CUNNINGHAM Ray R.. of South Acton, by accident. Aug. 7, res. isu Parker st., husband of Bctte (Gour-leyi, father of Cheryl Ann and Melody June. Son of the late Dr. Cecil C. and Mrs. Eleanor Cunningham of Arlington and brother of June Cunningham of Arlington. Funeral services wilt be held at the South Acton Congregallnnal Church. Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Calling houis at the Acton Funeral Home. 470 Mass av. (111). Thursday 7-9. DAI.ZEI.L In Jamaica Plain, sudden ly, Aug. 5. Earl Leon of .19 Sheridan St.. husband of Eleanor Marie (Ca-tariusi. father nf Paul F... Eleanor M., Barbara A. and Linda M brother of Edward of South Boston, and William of Jamaica Plain. Services at The Robert J. Lawler Funeral Home 3B3 So. Huntington av JAM AICA IM.AIN Friday at 10 a.m. Visiting hours Wednesday 7-9 p.m. Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment Mt. Hope Late member of The Marine Engineer Beneficial Assn, D'AMICO Sister Mary Donatus. H.S.M.. Aug. .1. i960, in St. Mary s Convent. Bayview, E. Providence. R I., sister of the Rev. Joseph D'Amico of SI. Thomas Mnnre Church, Somerset. Mass. Requiem Mass in the Convent Chanel. Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends are lnviled. Visiting jimiiB vveanesnay anu inuiMiHy and 7-9 P.m. Arrangements by James J. Gallngly & Sons, 671 Broad St., Providence. IlsROSA In Dorchester. Aug 7. Joaquim. beloved husband or ( irlnl-la iRochei. and devoted fathrr nf John DaRosa of Brockton and Ar-lrne Jones of Ohio, brother of Jnana Martins of Fvt Providence. R I., and Riigene I""-) of Dor . i-hestcr, Funeral Saturday. Aug. 10. 19H8 at 8 a.m. from Ihe Joseph Riisso Funeral Home. 814 American Legion Highway iNr. Cummins Vluhwnvi. HIISI.INDAI.F.. Solemn High Requiem Mass In St. Ann's Chinch. Dorchester at 9 a m. Relatives and fiiqnds are lnviled tn at tend. Visiting hnius Thursday 7-10 P.m. and Frlduy 2 4 nnd 7-10 p.m. (Ample parking on premises) DKI.ANKV In Cambridge, Auc 8. i.ennaid r. ueinney of z.i A Dnn hell st,. husband of Marg.uet M, "Gietta (Hayesi Delnncy: father of Leonard F. and Pauline DeUney Margaret and Jnhn Hognn. Snn of Margaret and the Into John pclnn-ev. Brother of Jnhn, Joseph nnd Ealil Delnnev. Clnlre Cameron and obert Holland. Funeral from the iinlel F, O'Brien Funeral llome. 907 Mass, av., CAMBRIDfiK. Friday, at R a.m. Solemn High Mas In St. Peter s Churrh at 9 a m. Relatives and friends lnviled. Visiting hnnr Wednesday 7-10, Thursday 3-5 and 7-10 cm. MORNING DEATH NOTICES DONAHl E Of Tewsksburr August 7th. suddenly John T. of 23 Kevin St.. formerly of Cambridge. Beloved husband of Mary L. (Miranda . father of John A.. Taomas and Maureen Avery. Funeral from the Rogers Funeral Home, 380 Cambridge Street Cambridge Saturday at 8 Requiem High Mass id St. Anthony's Church Cambridge at . Relatives and friends respectfully invited. Visiting Hours Thursday 7-10. Friday 2 to 4 and 7-10. Retired Em-piovee of the A&P. President of A B C. Local No. 458. Late member of VFW Post 8164 Tewskbury. Army Veteran w.w. II. DONAHl E In Somerville. sudden ly, formerly of rorest Hills. Aug. 7. Francis J. Donahue of 33 Bromfield rd.. husband of Helen B. Busher Donahue, brother of Camille Casey nf Kerne- N H. Funeral from the Daniel F. O'Brien Funeral Home. 2 Benton rd.. at Summer .. SOMER ILLfc. Saturday at 8 a.m. boiemn High Mass at St. Clement's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Thursday 7-10. Friday 2-5 and 7 10. DRISCOLL Of Waltham. August . Mae L. 'Halierani wife of the Late Benjamin Driscoll and mother of Thomas L. and Mrs. Raymond Lorette of Waltham. Mrs. Pasauale DeGeorge of Watertown and Mrs. RnlanH riannhin nf California Residence 157 Summer St. Funeral from the F. J. Jovce and Son Fu neral Home. 552 Main St.. Waltham. Friday. August 9 at 8:15. a.m. Sol emn nign mass m nequiem ai oi. Mary's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours 2-4 and 7-8. EI.WEI.L In Hingham. August 5 Marie H. ( Herman I Elwell of 6 Hemlock Rd. Beloved mother of Carolyn A. of the home address and T?irharrf T. Flwell of Ouincv. Daughter of Mrs. Bride Herman of Hanover, aisier oi Mrs. rauiine Chick and Mrs. Margaret H. Mac Leod of Hanover, Mrs. Clare M Riirrnrker nf California and Wil liam A. Herman of Quincy. uneral from the Daniel H. Clancy. Funeral Home. 100 Washington si., wey- mnnth nn Friday at A a.m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at Sacred Heart Church Weymouth at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Vis iting hours Wednesday and .lnur-day 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. ESTES In Stoneham. Aug. 6. Edna ifinnffnrril nf 74 Marble St.. wife of the late Alton W. Estes. sister of Helen t. nockweii. Arlington. Va.. Services at the funeral home, John Bryant's Sons. 4 Common St., Frinay. Aug. 9 at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. No visiting hours. FEROLITO Of Cambridge, and Nantasket. Aug. 7. Giovanni John l of 109 Cushing St.. Cambridge, be-: loved husband of Fauna (fittantu, father of Dominic. Mary Bianco Ancela Aliauo. Paul. Rose Dutra, Salvatore Theresa Ferolito. Lena aanford. Lucille Luca. una fetrino, and Catherine Kelly, Brother of Jo-seDh. Anthony. Sarah Mazza. Thomas, Lucille Giannotti, and Dominic Ferolito. Reposing at the DeVito Funeral Home. 761 Mt. Au burn St.. WATERTOWN, until Sat urday morning at o. solemn funer al Mass at the Sacred Hart Church, Watertown. at 9 a.m. Rela tives and friends invited. Visiting Thursday and Friday 2-5 and 7-10. FLANAGAN In Medford, suddenly, Aug. 6. William, of 20 Bowen av.. beloved husband of Mary (Guido), and father of Mrs. Patricia Housley of Medford and William M. of Dor Chester: brother of Mrs. Mary O'Hal loran. Mrs. Josephine Sulivan and . Mrs. Catherine Mackey of isomer- ville. Funeral from the Dello Russo Funeral Home. 306 Main st. Friday, at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem in St. Joseph s cnurcn at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited. Visiting hours Wednesday 7-10. Thursday 2-4 and 7-10. Late member of Medford Lodge 915, B.P.O. Elks, W.W. II veteran. FRASER In Milton August 7. Florence (Dey). Of 162 Brush Hill Rd. Wife o Irving B. Fraser. mother of ft?d I. Sharp of Sewicklev. Pa., sisler of Helen D. Martin ot Laconia. N.H. Funeral services private. Gifts in ner memory may re sent to tne Parkway Community Methodist Church Memorial Fund, 158 Blue Hill Parkway, Milton. FLEMING" In Woburn. formerly of somerville. August 7. Alice f iRocani of 234 Cambridge rd. Be loved wife of James F. Fleming and daughter of John J. Rogan and the late Marv E. (Marshall) Rocan. Mother of Judith A. Ducker of Burlington. Mary JK. Reale. Lisa M. Querze. John L., and Sgt. Richard P. Querze, USAF. all of Woburn. Sister of Dorothy McCarthy, Rita Carey, and John J. Rogan Jr., all of Somerville.. Gertrude .Nolan of To ronto. Canada. Louise O'Donnell of Brighton, and- Eileen Lambert of Woburn. Funeral Saturday at 10:15 from the U. f . McKenna ot Son funeral home. 390 Medford St.. Somerville. High Mass of Requiem in St. Catherine's Church Somerville. at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited. Visitine hours Thursday and Friday 2-4 & 7-9 ?.m. Please omit flowers. In lieu of lowers, donations may be made to f ather Flanagan Hoys lown. FRASER Mattapan August 7. Jess ie i-raser ot ou aempie si. neiovea sister of Mrs. George ( Bessie) Ritchie of Milton, Mrs. Walter (Alice) Manning of Waltham, Mrs. Walter (Barbara) Bartlett of N.J.. John J.. Finlay S.. Duncan B. and Albert Fraser. all of Canada. Funeral services at the J. B. Cole & Gleason Milton Home for Funerals. 5 Canton ave at Milton Village on Friday at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Thursday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Please omit flowers. Burial in Nova Scotia. FRIEDLAND Entered Into Test Aug. 5, Sophia A. (Wiener) of 116 Washington St.. Brighton, beloved wife of the late David: mother of Bertram Friedland of Brighton; sisler of Mike Wiener of California. Services at the Solomon Chapel. 420 Harvard st.. Brookline. Thursday. Aug. 8 at 11:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be sent To tne chanty ot your choice. GALBRAITH Of Everett August 7, Alexander K. sr. of 1U4 Main St. Husband of the late Lillian R. (Weiler) father of Alexander K. Jr. of Everett, brother of Frederick. Everett and Mrs. Irene Strong all of Everett. Mrs. Mildred Gillis of Melrose. Mrs. Margaret Partridge of An- dover. and Mrs. Elizabeth Nelson of Saugus. Also survived by 3 grand children. Funeral services will be held at the chaDel of J. L. Hender son Co., 517 Broadway on Saturday at 1 p.m. Friends may call at the chapel Thursday 7-9. Friday 2-4 ana 7- p.m. GALLISHAW Jnhn tn Honolulu, August 7. formerly of Cambridge. GILMAN Of Roslindale. Aug. 6, Etta (Ernst.) Wife of George A. Gilman of 133 Belgrade ave. Ser vices at Folsom Funeral Chapel. 63 Belgrade ave., KdM.I.M) Al.K, Friday at 2 p.m. Relatives and L'iends invited. Chapel visiting hours Thursday 3-5. and 7-9. GOMES In Hyde Park, Aug. 7, Joaquin A. beloved husband of WH-helmina (Enosi Goems. Residence 232 Fairmount av., father of Mis. Pauline DeLory of Dedham. Mrs. Joan Burger of Miss, and J. William Gomes of Fla. and the late Emily Saunders. Funeral from The Carroll & Thomas Funeral Home. 22 Oak St., Hyde Park, Friday morning at 8. High Mass of Reouiem in The Church of The Most Precious Blond at 9. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Thursday evening 7-10. HALFYARD Of Arlington, in New foundland, Aug. 6, Mary W. (Mil-ley) of 24 River St.. widow of James K.; sisler of Elizabeth M. Gaskill of Allston. Services at Saville Funeral Home. 418 Mass. av.. Arlington, Friday. Aug. 9. at 11 a.m. Calling hours, Thursday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. HENRY Of Wellesley. Aug. 8. James J., beloved husband of Marv A. (McCuskeri. Father of Mary of Allentown, Pa. and Elizabeth of Wellesley. Residence 42 Sabrina id. Funeral from the George F. Doh-rrty ft Son Funeral Home. 477 wasningion St., wi.i.UM.ti, Thursday at 8:15. Requiem Mass in St. Paul's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Visiting hours Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Wellesley. Parking area in rear of luneral home. HI NT In Newton Upper Fall, Mass.. Aug. 7, 1968, Grace U. Hunt or 41 Champa St.. sister of Irving B. Hunt of Ray Brook. N.Y.. aunt of Mrs. Louise H. Holly of Needham. Irving B. Hunt Jr. of Ray Brook, N.Y,, and Mrs, Ruth H. Ga.vnor of Sparta, N.J. Funeral service in the First United Methodist Church, 5 Summer st,, Newton Upper Falls, Saturday morning. Aug. 10 at U o'clock. Visiting hours at the Pratt Funeral Home, 101 Union St., Newton Center, Friday evening 7-9 p.m. Ht'RI.F.V In Norwood formerly of Medford, August 7, Helen T. i Han-ley i. wife of John W. Hurley and mother of Mary R. Bateman. of Norwood. Lorr.Hne Katas of Providence, R I., Eileen Renz nf West -ville. N.J., Joseph C. Hurley of Magnolia and Charles F. Hurley of Lexington. Funeral from the May Funeral Home, 85 Nichols St.. Norwood, Saturday. August 10. at 9 a m. High Muss of Requiem at St. Catherine's Church, at 10 a.m. Friends may rail at the funeral home. Thursday evening 7-9, and Friday 3-5, and 7-9 p.m. HI ftl.KV In Woburn, Aug. , Barbara 'Grelnii R.N.. widow of Daniel J. Hurley of 9 Alpena ave. Mother of Barbara Robhin of Woburn. Joanne Crowe of Medford and Daniel J. Hurley Jr. of Cambridge. Funeral from the Owen P. jinonan nnns runerai nome, Wtrklnw st. at Frlliway. Maiden on Saturday at 8:15. Reouiem High iviaas 111 si, tnarira i.nuri n, u-burn at 9 o'clock. Relatives, and I.... itrt Sl.tiinH k.r. trifling inviien, . visiting . nnuis Thursday 3-5 and 7-0. Friday 3-5 and 7-9. Please omit flowers, donations msy be made .to National Shrine nf St. Jude. 221 W, Midllon ft., Chicago 60, Illinoli. MORNING DEATH NOTICES KT IVC In M.Hnn. uc. . Isabelle H. Col!ins. Beloved wife of thej late Michael Keane. Kesiaence l Norman st. Mother of Mrs. Grace Cameron. South Weymouth, Heloise and Constance Keane of Milton. Funeral from the Dolan luneral H-vrie. 1140 Washington St.. DORCHESTER LOWER MILLS, on Fri-day morning with High Mass in the Church of St. Mary of the Hills at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Wednesday 7-9 p-m Thursday 2-4. and 7-9 p m. KEI.IEHEK. In Dorchester, sud denly, August 5. 1968. Denis P. beloved husband of Catherine M. Kel-i leher (Nee Templetonl residence 22 Stonenurst St. fatner ot uenis r. Jr. and Catherine T. Kelleher. Brother of Robert M.. Mrs. Evelyn Dever. Mrs, Kathleen Porter and Mrs. Mary Healey. Funeral from the Bernard KelLv & Son Funeral Home. 8 Church sL on Friday August at 8:15 a.m. Solemn Mass of i.enuiem at St. Peter's Church at 9 oclock. Relatives and friends are invited. Calling hours Wednesday 7-10 p m.. Thursday 2-4 and 7-10 p.m. KELLEHER In Melrose. Auc. S. lnrmeriy of Maiden. Kalherlne M. I Diehl). widow of Thomas J. Kelle her and motner of Thomas J. Jr., daughter of Mary Diehl of Maiden, sister '. Walter F. Diehl of New York City and John J. Diehl of uuincy. runerai trom uwen f. Doonan Sons Funeral Home. 7 Wicklow St.. at Fellsway. on Friday at 8:15. Solemn High Mass in the Church of the Immaculate Conception at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Wednesday 7-9, Thursday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m, KELLY In Stoneham. Aug. 7. formerly of West Somerville, Catherine (McCaffrey), beloved wife of the late James J. Kelly, dearly devoted mother of Helen Bourke and James J. Kelly of Stoneham. Funeral from The Robert B. Cassidyi Funeral Home, 241 Main St.. Stone-1 ham, Saturday, Aug. 10 at 8:15 a.m. I Requiem High Mass in St. Patrick's Church at 9 o'clock Relatives and fiends invited. Visiting hours Thursday 7-9, Friday 2-4 and 7-9. KEMPTON Formerly of Waltham.! in Washington. D.C., Alice J. (Griffiths), wife of the late Robert H. Kempton, of 3724 Yma St., North West. Washington. D.C.: sister of Lester Griffiths of Sarasota. Fla.. Miss Gertrude Griffiths of Washington. D.C.. Mrs. Stewart DuBoisc of Coral Gables. Fla. Funeral services at the William R. Miller Chapel, 27 Spruce st., Waltham. Friday. Aug. 9 at 1:30 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Chapel visiting hours Thursday 7-9 p.m. KENNEDY In Woonsocket. RI., Au- aust 7. Anastacia G. i Leahy I. wife of the late Ambrose Kennedy, mo ther of James F. Kennedy. Ambrose, and George. Funeral from the Linton Funeral Home. Soring St., Woonsocket, R.I., Saturday. August 10, at 9:30. Funeral Mass in St. Charles Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Thursday 7-9, and Friday 2-4, and 7-9. KENNEY Edward C. 1n Quincy August 6, of 12 Manet ave.. Houghs Neck beloved husband of Helen E. (Foster) Kennev father, of Com. Richard E.. U.S.M.C. of Quincy, Maurine Headd of Walpole step father of Capt. Harold D. Kimball U.S.A. Tampa, Florida and Helen E. Mina of Quincy. son of Mary (McKay) and the late James of Conn, and Joseph Kennev of Dorchester. Reposing at the Joseph Sweeney Funeral Home. 74 Elm st. Quincy Center until 8 o'clock Friday morning, solemn Funeral Mass at the Church of the Most Blessed Sacrament at 9 o'clock. Relative and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours Wednesday and Thursday 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p.m. Interment Mt. Wollaston. Late member of Amvets, Veteran of worm war u. t iFRFNIFRE Of Roslindale. Ant. 6. Joseph N.. beloved husband of Celia M. (Henderson): father of Mrs. Patrick Grealy of Roslindale. cneryi ana fnuiio ot weymoutn. Deborah, Renee. Marion and Joseoh N. Jr. of Roslindale.. Residence J 6 Meyer st. f uneral from the F. J. Higgins Funeral Home. 4236 Wash ington St., ROSLINDALE SQ., Friday. Aug. 9 at 8 a.m. Requiem Mass in St. Andrew the Apostle -Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Wednesday 7-10 p.m., Thursday 2-4 and 7-10 p.m. Late world, war 11 veteran. Parking rear of funeral home on Cummins hwy. LAMBERT Of Boston and Eastham formerly of Winthrop. August 7. Leonora F. (Hammond) beloved vife nf thp late Matthew J. Lam bert. Mother of Matthew J. Jr.. of iNeedham. Kicnard L., of Boston and the late Robert H. of Winthrop. Also eight grandchildren. Funeral from the O'Maley Funeral Home. 79 Atlantic St. Winthrop"on Saturday, at 9:15 a.m. Solemn Funeral Mass in the Church of St " John The Evangelist at 10. Relatives and inenas invited, visiting hours Thursday, 7-9 Friday 2-4 and 7-9. LEEAR By accident in New. York City. Aug. 5. 1968, John E., husband of Sylvia P. (King) Edlund-Leear. Father of Mrs. Virginia dl Pietro of Wakefield. Mrs. Nancy Frisell of Attleboro, Richard Leear of Avon, Robert Leear of East Boston, and William Morton of Chicago. Residence, 229 Mendon rd South Attleboro. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from the Patrick J. Duffy Funeral Home. 20 Peck st Attleboro, Friday morning, Aug, 9, at 9 o'clock. Requiem Mass at St. Theresa's Church, Baltic st South Attleboro. at 10 o'clock. Calling hours, Wednesday 7-9 p.m. and Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. LEONARD Of Medford, August 7. 1968, Mary A. (Tebbettsl wife of the late Oscar B. Leonard and mother of Cunts S. Leonard and Srandmother of C. Scott Leonard r., and Barbara J. Sharp and also survived by 6 great grandchildren. Services at the Beals Funeral Home, 29 Governors av., Friday, Aug. 9. at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Memorial Fund of the First Community Methodist Church, Otis st Medford. LESCORD-PUOPOLO Of Jamaica Plain August 5. Edward L. Jr. of 30 Gay Head St. by accident, beloved snn of Edward L. Sr. and Sarah (Puopolo) and brother of Madeline Dyer. Funeral on Friday at 8 a.m. at Pennachio tc Sons Funeral Home. 1166 River St. (in Logan Sq. nr. Cleary Sq.) Hyde Park. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament at 9 a.m. Bereaved family will receive visiting relatives and friends between the hours of 7 to 10 on Wednesday and 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 on Thursday. Parking in rear of funeral home. I.EVIV fir Lawrence M.. of Mt. Vernon. N.Y.. beloved husband of Ada iMandc stam) Levin. Devoted father of Barbara. Dear brother of Dr. William Levin of Portland, Oregon, and Flora and Frances Levin of Brookline. Mass. Interment in Mt. Vernon, N.Y., August 7, LITTERIO In Dorchester, Aug. , Antonio, be oved husband nf Char lotte (Porter) and devoted father of Vivian. Theresa Figaratto. John A Joseoh, Thomas. Paul. Madeline Collins, Robert, Joan and Mary all of Dorchester, Rosemarle Del Tufo. and Annie Litterio both of Roxbury and salvatore of south Boston, f uneral from the Joseph Russo Funer-Home, 814 American Legion Highway (nr. Cummins Highway). lilSLlNDAI.E, Friday. Aug. 9. at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass in St. Hugh's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend Visiting hours Wednesday and Thursday 2-4 and 7-10 p.m. Ample parking on premises. MscINTOSH In Somerville. August 7. 1968, Margaret E. (Morrison) of lfil Pearl st.. beloved wife of the late Daniel J. Macintosh, devoted mother of Mrs. Margaret O'Brien of naucK, Mrs, Joan tteaucgara oi Winthrop, Clement Macintosh. Gloucester. Cletus and Nnrbert Macintosh both of Somerville. Sister of Mrs. Ann MeMnhon nf Somerville and Mrs. Gertrude Macintosh of Allston. Funeral from the Wlllwerth Funeral Home, 179 Highland av., oaturnay at a.m. Hign Mass in St. Benedict's Churrh at 10 a.m. Visitine at (he funeral hnm Thiit-crlav 7-10, Friday 2-4 and 7-10 'p.m. MAHONEY In Watertown, August 6, formerly of Brighton, Charles W.. of 187 Arsenal st.. beloved brother or miss Margaret E., Miss Gertrude M. and Mrs. Eslella A. Keough and uncle of Thomas and Edward Keough, all of Watertown. Funeral from his home, Friday, August 9 at 8:15 a.m. Solemn Requiem Mass In St. Patrick's Church at 9:00. Relatives and friends are kindly Invited to attend. Calling hours Wednesday 7-9. Thursday 3-5 and 7-9 n.m. W.W. I veteran and retired em- pioyee or the watertown Arsenal. MAI. ONE Y In Somerville, August 8. 1968. Michael James, beloved son of the late Martin and Mary (Maroney) Moloney, Father of Mrs. Irene Bnurgault, Ariz.; William Malone.v, Majorle Mnntlere, Calif,: Francis, B. of Bridgewater and Michael J. Malnney Jr. nf Boston. Funeral mi Friday morning from the Frank E. Flaherty Funeral Home, 261 Washington st., at Union So., at 8:15 a.m. Requiem High Mass In the Church of St. Joseph at 9 o'clock. Relatives and iiienos are kindly Invited. Visiting hours Thursday 2-4 and 7-8 p.m. MARSHALL Of Milton formerly of Chnrlestown August 7. James Marshall nf 11 High St, husband of the lat Mary E, (Hlscock) father of Mis. Virginia Dunn of Milton. James N, Marshall of Salem, Mrs, I'.llzaheth Page of Pembrnke and .Mrs. Ruby Woodrltlge of Calif. Funeral services will he held at the chapel J, . Henderson Co. 617 verett on Saturday at 11 a.m. Friends. may call at the chapel Friday 7-9 p.m. Laie member ct lion Worlteri Local Ho. It "MORNING DEATH NOTICES MAZZOLA In Lowell. Aur. . at St. John s Hospital, jonn Aiazzoia oi 4 Wamesit Court, husband of Mary INazzarol Mazzola. oxotner 01 Airs. Antonette Cugmi of Newton, and! a retired member of the City of Newton Water Dept. Funeral Fn-dav morning at 9 o'clock from the O'Donnell Funeral Home. 276 Paw-tucket at. LowelL Solemn High Funeral Mass at SL Patrick's Church at 10 o'clock. Burial in Edson Cemetery. Lowell. Calling hours 7 to 10 p.m. Wednesday and 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 Thursday. MrAI'LIFFE Jor.n W.. in West Quincy. Aug. 5. ot 39 Mt. vernon s... beloved husband of Marguerite E. (O'Connor I McAuliffe. Reposing at the Joseph Sweeney Funeral Home. 74 Elm at.. Quincy Center, until 9 o'clock Friday morning. High Mass of Requiem at St. Mary's f-rturrh at 1(1 n'rlnck Relavites and friends are respectfully invited to attend, visiting nours wennesaay and Thursday 2-4 and 7-10 pm. Interment, Mt. Benedict. West Roxbury. Past State Commander of the D.A.V.. member of Hyde Park Chapter D A.V Y.D. Club of Boston, George F. Bryan Post V.F.VA. North Quincy Council. K. of C. No. 2259, Quincy Lodge B O. Elks No. 943, and retired Federal Employees Association. It is requested that donations be sent to the Holy Cross Association, Notre Dame. Indiana, in care of William J. McAuliffe. CSC Director. McBRIDE In Roxbury. Aug. . William, beloved son of the late Frederick and Margaret ( Smith : cousin of William Haggerty of New York City, and Margaret Hobson of Randolph. Funeral from J. J. Good and Sons Funeral Home, 336 Dudley St.. Roxbury, Friday. Aug. 9 at 9 a.m. Requiem High Mass at St Patrick's Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Visiting hours Thursday 2-4 and 7-9. Late member Local 1066 I.L.A. Steam, Ship Clerk's Union. AFL-CIO. MrGOVERN In South Weymouth, on Aug. mn. jonn a., nusuanu wi late Emily L. (McCarthy) of 169 Pond St.. beloved father of John S. McGovern Jr., M.D. of Sudbury. Mass. and the late Anne M Sheehey. Funeral from the Daniel H Clancy Funeral Home. 100 Washington St.. Weymouth on Saturday at 8. Solemn High Mass of Requiem in St. Francis Xavier Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours on Thursday and Friday 2-4 and 7-9. MrHARRIS In Boston, August 6. Alice, formerly of 36 Greenwich Park, Boston, beloved mother of Dave McHarris. and grandmother of Barry McHarris and mother in law of Clarence Lopez Smith. Re-n,ins st th Chiso m Funeral Chapel, 532 Columbus Ave., BOS TON. Kequiem Mass aauiraay. august 10. at 10 a.m.. from Holy Cross Cathedral. Relatives and friends invited. Family present at the Chapel, Friday evening 7-9. MESSINA In Arlington, Aug. 6. Of IIS Diritfa Et lenmp RflnveO Wife of the late Francesco and aunt of Lucian M. vito ana uaspeimu Messina and grandmother of John, Lucian V.. Katherine, and Philip Messina. Funeral from cataiao funeral Home, 374 Broadway, Somer-viiia. irririav at 8 a.m. Reouiem High Mass in St. Agnes Church at 9 a.m. fteiauves ana inenas mvneu. Visiting hours Wednesday 7-9, and Thursday 2-4. and 7-9 p.m.. MILTON Of Melrose. Aug. 5, How ard ot til f.asi " osier si. Husband of Lydia A. (Young) Watson. f atner ot irma A. caveny oi uuu Port, Fla., Jean Coffin of Wilton, I'onn Hrnthpr nf Harold D. Milton of Brockton. Services at the First Baptist cnurcn. cor. or main cc Upham sts.. Friday at 2 p.m. Friends mav rail the Rnhinson Chanel. 809 Main st.. Thursday 2-4 and 7-9. Iti is requested that flowers De omitted. Memorial gifts may be sent to Mass. General Hospital, Heart rte search Fund. MINTZ Departed August 7. Fannie (Hotberg) of 17 Cutler St. winthrop. Beloved wife of the late Sol omon Mintz and devoted mother of Miriam Foster of Winthrop and Bernard Mintz of Stoughton. Loving sister of Nathan Rotberg of Miami Beach, Florida. Also survived by 4 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Services at The Stanetsky Memorial Chapels, 1668 Beacon St. Brookline on Fri day. August 9 at 2 p.m. Memorial week will not be observed due to illness. Expressions of sympathy may be donated in her memory to your favorite charity. Kindly omit flowers. . MOLAN tn Somerville. Aug. 6. of 109 Pearl St.. Margaret C. (McKin- non), beloved wife of the late Wilbur, mother of Mrs. Margaret. J. Bannister, Mrs. Eleanor Walsh. Mrs. Marie Mullen Of Calif., Louis and Wilbur Molan. sister of Louise Crowe and Donald J. McKinnon. Funeral on Friday morning from tne Frank E. Flaherty Funeral Home. 261 Washington St., at Union sa.. at 8:15 a.m. Requiem High Mass at St. Benedict's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Visiting hours Thursday 2-4. and 7-9 p.m. MONACO Salvatore. in Quincy. Aug. 7. of 8 Cyril St.. beloved husband of Rosina (Delia Barba) Monaco, father of Thomas of North Weymouth, Albert T. of Moores-town, N.J., Alfred A. of Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.. Grace Ambrosino and Rose Ambrosino of Brooklyn. N.Y., and Josephine Cameron of Quincy. biother of Daniel of Natick. Joseph and Antoinette of Italy. Reposing at the Joseph Sweeney Funeral Home. 74 Elm St.. Quincy center, until 8 o'clock Saturday morning. High Mass of Requiem at St. Joseph's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours Thursday 7-10, Friday 2-4 and 7-10 p.m. Interment Mt. Wollaston. Late mem- er of John Adams Aerie no, iibu F. O. of E. MORELLI In Maiden. Aug. 5. Luci ano, beloved husband of f ranees (Tortora); tatner oi Mary, neuie, Joseph and Mrs. Lucille Doherty. Funeral from the A. J. Soadafora Funeral Home. 865 Main St.. Mai den, Friday at 9 a.m. Requiem High Mass in St. Peter's Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited. Visiting hours Wednesday and Thursday 2-4 and 7-10 p.m. MORRISON In Winthrop, Aug. 7. Anna of 69 Summit Ave. Services at the Alfred B. Marsn funeral Home, 174 Winthrop St., Friday, Aug. 9 at 2 p.m. Visiting hours Thursday evening 7-. MURPHY In Boston. Aug. 6. Miss Ella Mcculloch Murphy of 3 Beacon st.. nrofessor of English at Suf folk University. Funeral services to be held at the Eastman Funeral Home. 896 Beacon st., Bosion, r ri-dav. Aug. 9 at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to call at the funeral home Thursday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in her name to the Ella Mcculloch Memorial Fund, Suffolk University. 41 Temple st., Boston. MURRAY Tn Woburn Aug 7. John T. of 76 Garfield Ave., son of James A. and Mary C (Collins) Murray, brother of James C. and Mary Murray. Funeral from the McLoughlin Funeral Home, 54 Pleasant St.. Sat urday at 9:15. High Mass of Kequiem at St. Charles Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visit ing hours Thursday 7-9, Friday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. NEEDHAM In 'Natick. formerly of Brighton, Aug. 7. i68. rnomas L.. Deiovea nusoana oi is.ainieen (Pond! and father of Gerard P Needham of 23 Sylvester rd. Funeral from the J. Warren Sullivan Funeral Home. 35 Henshaw st Brighton. Saturday at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem in St. An- thnnv's Churrh. Allston at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visit ing nours Thursday 7- p.m., Friday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. NEWTON On Wednesday. Aug. 7. Hum iHoftmani of 40 Hrisioi ro.. West Newton, beloved wife of Leon S. Newton, devoted mother of Mar-jorie Marcus of West Newtnn, Lois Gilman of Brookline. Priscilla Perl-mutter and Janet Weinberg nf New York City and Alex Newton of Worcester. Also . survived by 10 grandchildren, sister of Melvin Hoffman of Wahan, Edna Sharaf of West Hartford. Ct. and the late Ger trude Fine and the late Nettie Hoffman, services at tne Levine Chapel. 470 Harvard st., Brookline on Thursday. Aug. 8 at 11 a.m Memorial week through Sunday evening at her late residence. Please do not send flowers. Remembrances in her memory may be made to the Cancer Fund or to the charity of your choice. Worcester papers please copy. NORDBERG. Of Wnynard. Aug. 8. John R.. residence a Tremont st.. beloved husband of Patricia (Hlgglns), and father nf Mis. Ann Shoch of Dobson Hill, Va.. and Mrs. Mary Ellen Ricker of Marlboro: step-son of Mrs. Agnes Noidherg of Waltham and brother or Norman Nnrriherff nf Mavnnrri. Mrs. Judith Pilkington of Lexington and Mrs. Frances Forgie of Waltham. Funeral services win ne neia at tne sneenan and White Funeral Home. 4 Ban croft st.. Friday at 2 p.m. Calling hours Wednesday 7-9 p.m.. and Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 n.m. Rela tives ana inenas invitea. NORTON At Waterfnrd, CI.. Aug A. HarnlH Uerhert Norton 71. of 8 Woodlawn av.. husband of Rose fDufnen and father of Herbert H. of Detroit, Mich., George of Cedar Ranlds, Mich, and Mis... Adele Hackett nf E. Weymouth, Vlsillng hours at the Bylea Memorial Home, 99 Huntington St., New London. CI., Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 n.m. Committal Servlcas at Onk Grove cemetery, uatn Maine, rrioay at i o'clock. O'NEIL Of Dedhnrn. suddenly. Au gust a. Francis M. ireiirca member of Dedham Flic Dept.!, beloved Father of Kenneth T, and Donald knlk nt rinHhttm. l.nrrnlur T(nrv nf NTnrwnnH. ttrnther of Marv VI Shields nf Dedham. Survived by to lirandchlldren. Residence fto Bussey pi. Funeral from the Wilson ft Dn-tierfy Funeral Home, 456 High st DEDHAM. Friday at. 8:15. Renillem Mass In St. Mary's. Church at 8 a nt. 9 relatives anq irienos Kinniy invu- , visiting noura weonesqay anq ursdnv 3-4 and 7-9 p.m. Inter ment st, Mary's Cemetery. West Roxbury. l.an mernber oi Dedham MORNING DEATH NOTICES j OTOOLB Of Chelmsford, formerly of Maynaru. rnomas k resiaence Cambridge st. beloved husband of Alice (Brown), and father of Mrs. June Prockett of Huoson. Thomas E. of Hudson. Mis. Geraldine A. Boyd of Sudbury. Mrs. Kathleen A. Foumier of Canyon. Tex.: stepfather of Susan R. Starbird and Robert C. Starbird. both of Chelmsiord. and son of Mrs. Emily O'Toole of Maynard and brother of Mrs. Mary Power. Mrs. Belle Dodd. Mrs. Gertrude Bakun. Mrs. Elizabeth Duggan Mrs. Ann f nmiano. all of Mavnard. and John O'Toole of New York. Funeral will be held from the Sheehan & White Funeral Home. 4 Bancroft st . Maynard. Fri-ib at a a m followed hv a Requi em High Mass at SL Bridget's1 Church at 9. Calling hours on Wednesday. 7-9 p.m.. Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 pjn. Relatives and friends invited. POLITO Of Winthrop. formerly of ast Boston. August 7. Minnie (Fascione) of 15 Court rd.. beloved wife of the late Antonio and mother of Marv and Anna Polito. both of Winthroo. Joseohine Damato and Rose Russo of Winthrop and the Jate Joseph Polite of East Boston. Sister of Catherine Fascione of Bos ton: also survived by six eranacnu-dren and six great-grandchildren. Funeral from the DiPietro tc Vazza Funeral Home. 11 Henry sL topp. Maverick Sta.l. East Boston. Saturday morning at 8. Solemn Requiem High Mass in St. John the Evange list cnurcn. wintnrop at ociock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. Late Past Venerable of East Boston Ladies Lodge No. 1600. O.S.I.A. Parking in rear of funeral home after 6 p.m. POWERS In Milton. Aug. 7. Joseph J neloven husbana of tne late Ethel M. (Daniels), devoted father of Mrs. Claire Parenti of Hingham. Joseph R. oof Boston, Robert T. Pow ers of Last Boston. Mrs. Janet m. Moulton of Milton, Mrs. Janice Riordan of Quincy and the late Philip Powers. Also survived by 10 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Late residence 244 tliot st. funeral from tne John J O'Connor Funeral Home, 740 Adams st. (near Gallivan blvd.). Saturday morning at 8 a.m. Funeral High Mass in St. Gregory's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited. Visiting nours inursday evening i to iu ana Friday 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p.m. QUERZE In Woburn formerly of somerville August 7tn.. Alice- f. (Rogan) of 234 Cambridge Rd., Refer to Fleming Death Notice. REDMAN In Westwood. Aug. 5, Margaret (Lenigan), wife of John S. Redman. Residence 48 French St. Mother ot jonn t.. Keaman 0 Maiden. Funeral from the John F. Hoi- den Westwood Funeral Home. 55 High Rock St.. (Off Rte. 1091 Friday at 8 a.m. High Mass of Requiem in St. Margaret Mary's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited, visiting nours Thursday i-v p.m, RICCI Of Maiden. Aug. 5. Daniel, beloved husband nf F.ffie (Ramselll. and father of Mrs. Lillian Morelli of jvieirose; Mrs. Eleanor Barsanti ot Beveii.v: Mrs. Dorothv Croshv nf California; and the late Daniel of .Maiden: beloved son of Marrianina nu tne late iMcoio oi r.vereti; brother of Richard of Maiden. Mrs. Beatrice Pieroni and Mrs. Lillian DeTillio of Everett. Frederick of Maroienead. Anthony of Medford Also survived hv 12 grandchildren. Residence 437 Lynn st. Funeral from the Salvatore Rocco and Sons Funeral Home, 331 Main St.. Everett. Friday at 8 a.m. Solemn Hieh Mass in St. Anthony's Church. Ev erett at . rteiatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 2-5 and 7-10 p.m RIOS In Roxbury, Aug. 6, Juana (uonzaiez), Beloved wile Of Jovino; mother of Rafael, Obdulie, William, Jose, Lidia. Gloria. f.ladios. Santos. Samuel, Angel, Ernet. Visiting nours will be held at the J. J. Good and Sons Funeral Home, 336 Dud ley st., Boxbury, Wednesday 7-9. Thursday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Burial will be held in Lares, Puerto Rico. ROSENBERG Departed Aug. 7, Abraham, of 9 Edythe lane, Peabody. formerly of Mattapan, beloved husband of Rhoda 1 Nissen baum). devoted father of Wilbert of Warwick. R.I.. and Mrs. Roberta Berger of Peabody, loving brother of Mrs. Goldie Kline of Swampscott and Mrs. Sophy Paul of Miami Beacn. f la. the late Jack Kosen-berg. Also survived hv five grand children. Services at The Stanetsky Memorial Chapels, lbfoa Beacon st Brookline. on Friday. Aug. 9 at 11 a.m. Memorial week wm be od-served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerold Bereer. 9 Edvthp Lane. Pea- boriv. thrnnffh Monriav eveninff. Aug. 12. Expressions of sympathy may be donated in his memory to the Lukemia Fund care of the Mass uenerat Hospital, fkinaiy omit flowers. ROSENBERG Departed Aug. 7. Isadore of 1 Viking terr.. Mattapan beloved hus-band of the late Bea trice (Zelinskyi deovted father of Manuel Rosenberg. Milton, Freda Blau. Mattapan and Morris Rosen- beig. Milton. Loving brother of Sarah Stansky of Bronx. N.Y.. also survived by 13 grandchildren. Services at Stanetsky Memorial Chapels. 1505 Blue Hill av.. Mattapan Thursday Aug. 8, at 1:30 p.m. Memorial week will be observed at his late residence. Expressions of sympathy may be donated in his memory to Libavitz Yeshiva. RUSSELL Of Everett, suddenly. Aug. 5. Benjamin of 63 Irving St.. devoted father of Mrs. Evelyn R. Lunt of -Conway, N.H. Mrs. Ethel R. White of Everett, and William C. Russell of Fort Worth, Tex. Private funeral services were held Wednesday. Contributions to the Memorial Fund of Grace Episcopal Church in his memory would be greatly appreciated. SAUNDERS Departed Aug. 7, Maurice, of 1634 Commonwealth av., Brighton. Beloved husband of Esther (Kalflni, devoted father of Judith Saunders of Brighton and Francine Levy of Hull. Dear grandfather of 2 grandchildren, loving brother of Samuel and Harry Saunders. Services at the Stanetsky Memorial Chapeli". 1668 Beacon St., Brookline, Thursday, Aug. 8. at 11 a.m. Memorial week will be private. Expressions of sympathy may be donated in his memory to the charity of your choice. Kindly omit flowers. SCANLON Of Hyde Park, August 6. James P., beloved husband of Blanche E. (Domuratl father of Mrs, Christine. , M. Curley and Louise M. Residence 30 Mariposa St. Funeral from the F. J.. Higgins Funeral home. 4236 Washington St. ROSLINDALE SQUARE. Saturday. August 10. at 9 a.m. Requiem Mass in St. Adalberts Church at 10:00 Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours,. Thursday and Friday 2-4 and 7-10 p.m. late employee of MBTA and late. World War I and II Vet. Parking in rear nf funeral home on Cummins. Hgwy. SIDEROWICZ Of Jamaica Plain. Aug. 6. Lorraine F. iDuff): beloved wife of Stanley F. Siderowicz; mother of Kathleen Hanscomb. Lawrence Hanscomb. Daughter nf Mrs. Bertha Cameron. Sister of Alexander Duff and Mrs. Lorrette Doherty. Granddaughter of Mrs. Ruby Martin. Residence 106 Hyri' Park av. Funeral services at the P E. Murray Funeral Home. 2000 Centre St., WEST ROXBURY, Friday, Aug. 9 at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends most kindly invited. Visiting hours Wednesday and Thursday 2-4 and 7-10 n.m. Interment Forest Hills Cemetery. Parking in rear of funeral home. SISTER MAltT ALPHONSINE, C.S.J. (Gertrude Frawley) In Framingham. August 6, sister of Sr. M. Perpetus R.G.S., Morristown. New Jersey. Sr. M. Anna Daniel. C.S.J.. and Sr. M. Giovanni. C.S.J, of Bethany, Framingham. Aunt of Very Rev. Edward J. Gcran, C.S.S.R. Sisler of the laie Rev. Jnhn M. Frawley, C.S.S.R. Funeral Mass Friday at 9:30 a.m. in Chapel of The Holy Spirit, Bethany Infirmary. Interment St. Joseph's Cemetery, West Roxbury. Visiting hours at Bethany Infirmary. Wednesday and Thursday. 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited. SOUTHMAYD Of South Tewkshury. August 7. Ethel M. ( Parker I. Wife of the late Leon F. SouthMa.vd. Late residence 15 Praff St., Mother of Wilbur and Melvin Southmayd of Wilmington, Mrs. Edllh Williamson of Somerville, Mrs. Florence McCarney, Elmer, and Donald Soulhmayd of New Hampshire. Services at the W. S. Cavanaugli 4: Son Funeral Home, 374 Main St., (Rt. 38i, Wilmington. Saturday at 1 p.m. Visiting hours Thursday 7-9, and Friday 2-4. and 7-9 p.m. STIIIE Of 27 Cumberland St.. Boston, suddenly. Aug. 7. Isaac Hcnrv, beloved husband of Sarah (Walkerl Steele, Services will he held at Trinity Episcopal Church, Copley Sq. on Friday at 11 o'clock. Relative and friends are invited. Former employee of Mass, Memorial Hospital, SI'I.I.IVAN In Chnr'eitnwn. August 7. Catherine E. (nee O'Learyi nf 78 Monument st. beloved wile of the late Jeremiah Sullivan and sister of Julia Enwilght of Maiden. Funeral from the Daniel A, Wiles Funeral Home, a Dexter row. at Thompson Sq.. Saturday, August 10 nt 8:15 n.m. Solemn High Mass In thp Church of St, Mary nt 9 a m. Relatives nnd friends are kindly Invited. Visiting hours Thurtdny and Friday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m, on.I.IVAN In pedham', Aug. 7, Ada . E. i Friend i, Wife of the laie James P Sullivan. O? .14 Lincoln SI. Mother of Miss Patricia E, Sullivan nf Dedham, nnd Mrs. Anne A, Vllnle nf Wnterford. Ct. Funeral from the Hugh Cannon Funeral Hnme. 437 High St., on Friday morning at 9:15. Solemn High Funeral Muss In St. Mary's Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hour Thursday evening 7-9. Interment St, Lnwrenre Cemetery, New Haven, Ct. New Hsven, Conn., , pspcu pleat copy. MORNING DEATH NOTICE 1 SULLIVAN Kw,i,m Aaf- S Marie L. t Simon t oeio-a " ' ' the late Dr. Ldward Vincent Sullw van. mother of David M. "Uvat of Miami. Fla.. Edward V - Sulbvaa of Ottawa. Canaaa. Dr. Charlotte M. Sullivan of Toronto. Canada. William A. Suilivan of Toronto, Canada and Rev. Daniel K. Sullivan, of Nu-tlev. NJ. Laie residence 11J .Fon antum St.. visiting hours at the McNamara Funeral Home, susf washingtoa st- Brighton (at 14) st. on Thursday evening from 111 9 p.m. Solemn Funeral Mass in Our Lady of the Presentation Church. Brighton on Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Holyhood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers gifts may be made to the Little Sisters of the Poor. 424, Dudley St.. Roxbury. Parking re use ti moral home. SWANSON In Irchester. August t, JOSepn S-. Ufiuvni nw Lillian (Alcottl residence 8 Duncan St. father of Mrs.Maureen Sullivan, of Quincv. David. Joseph. Richard. James and William Swanson ot Uorcnester. Funeral from tne John C Mulrv Funeral Home. 22J Neo-onset Ave.. Saturday at 9 a.m. Solemn hieh Hequiem Mass in at. Ambrose Church at 10 o clock. Relatives ana inends invitea. Visiting; hours Thursday and Friday 2-4 and 7-10. interment ML Hope Cemetery. - . ' SWANSTROM In Maiden, Aur- Richard C. age 25. nusDano oi aj-trid O. (Peterson) of 100 Sylvan at., son of Carl B. and Dorothy J. (Cronicanl Swanstrom of 36 Kimball st. and brother of Mrs. Jean Lewis of N.H. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, Aug. 10. at, 1 p.m. at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Maiden. Friends may call at th Weir Funeral Home, 144 Salem St.. Maiden. Thursday evening 7-9, Friday 3-5 and 7-9. Contributions may be made in hii memory to St. Paul's Abiding Memorial Fund. von RIEGERS ' In Squantum. Aug. 7. Baron Albert t. von neigers. husband of the late Ida (Strandberg) von Riegers of 15 Dundee Rd. and father of Albert Ji of Weymouth and Ida and Robert von Riegers of Quincy. Relative and friends are invited to attend the services from the peware Brothers Memorial Chapel. 57 Hancock St.. Wollaston. Saturday. August 10 at 11 a.m. Friends may visit at the funeral home. Thursday and Friday evenings 7-9 p.m. WEBB . Stuart W.. in Stonington. Connecticut, Aug. o. iwoo. kcu o. of Merrymeeting Farm. Stoningtpn. Husband of Marcia (Sewall) Webb. Funeral will be held at Calvary-Episcopal Church. Aug. 9. at 2:30 . p.m. In lieu of flowers contribution may be made to The Stoningtoa Community Center. , WEST In Dor.. August 7. John T. Beloved nusrana ot neien o. (Murphy). Residence 13 Park SL Father of John F. Jr. of Miami, Fla., Charles A.. George L., Helen G.. and Jean E. West, all of Dor., and Mrs. Marjorie Roberts of South Boston. Funeral from the John C. Mulry Funeral Home, 2 King St . at Dorchester Ave., Saturday, at 10 a.m. Requiem Mass in St. Ambrose Church at 11 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hour Thursday 7-10, Friday 2-4. and 7-10. Interment in St. Joseph Cemetery. , WHITEHEAD In Waltham. Aug. 9, and mother of Leo F. of Waltham. and Mrs. Mary A. Smith of Bradford. N.H. Residence 70-2 Garden, Circle. Funeral from F. J. JOYCE tc SON Funeral Home. 552 Mairtst.. Friday Aug. 9 at 9:30 a.m. High Mass of Requiem at St. Mary'g Church at 10:15 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hourj Wednesday 7-9:30 Thursday 2-4 and 7-9:30. . WILLARD Of North . Quincy. in th service oi nis -"u,1Ll. tn Vietnam. July 21. 1968, Warrant Officer, Ralph U'?r Army. Beloved son of Ralph, t, j ti- -sit Hnvl Wtllnrn. of 11 Ditmar St.. brother of Richard M.. of Quincy. Geraldine. Barbara. Marie and Nancy, all of th home address. Relatives and triendj are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Keohane Funeral Home, 785 Hancock st, WOLLASTON. Saturday., at 10.00. Solemn Mass of Requiem at Sacred, Heart Church, at 11 a.m. Visitinf hours. Thursday and Friday 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to th W. O Ralph J. Willard Memorial Scholarship Fund care of Gerard, Golden. 307 East Squantum St., Quincy. WITHAM (Of Brimfield. Mass., Aug. 7th, Ellen F. (Littlefield) in her 106th year, wife of the late Win-field S. Witham. Funeral servicei will be held at the Chapel of J. E. Henderson Co., 517 Broadway.. Everett on Friday at 11 a.jn. Friend may call at the Chanel, Thursday 7-9 p.m. Interment in York, Me. Late member of The First Methodist Church, Everett, Mass. TEAMSTERS LOCAL 25 ,1 , 4A .nnnimra ih Heath WC icisici. ,u aiiiivM,,., . ... T. of Brother John E. Leear of Attleboro. f ormer employee or apear iiutaui. Co. Funeral irom ine i-airit-n . Funeral Home, 20 Teck St.. Attleboro. Visiting hours Thursday. 2-4 and 7-9. r- i - T, j- ct ThBMta'f rhtireh. .IIICMIII ioaa in u.. - - ' Rte 1. Attleboro at 10 ajn. WILLIAM J. maanmi. riti, JOSEPH C. CONLON, Sec. Treas. HYDE PARK MEMORIAL CHAP. 5 . . 41 J..41, . we regret 10 annuii ur ucu our comrade John W. McAuliffe ot 39 Mt. vernon si.. wuini..y. .""1 State Commander of D.A.V. Fasl Commander of Chapter No. 5, DA.V. runerai mim owco.c.v -u... -lor at 74 Elm st., Quincy. Comrade will aiiena o p.m., uiuiauw, v serVICFRANCIS MANDILL Comdr. ' ERNEST TROWBRIDGE, Adj. BRICKLAYERS & MASONS UNION 3 . snrr TsTPrf-Oirf Tfi AMMftTTVM! THE DEATH of Brother Joseph Bogni. runerai ncmi rtui n. jrviaw i una, tt tn ao iiinl.Uin ei4 am Ct VnrurAnfi at 8 a.m. Friday. Visiting hours rnursaay z-t ana i- p.m. ANTHONY F. SCOTT, PRES. ALBERT CIAMPA, SECY. YD CLUB OF BOSTON sr., a. - 4U. we renrei u aiuiuuiac mc tMi our Comrade John McAuliffe. Com pany J lUsSa 1VIW di. ivicuiuio miw requested to meet at the Sweeney 8 p.m.. Thursday., , ' W1L.1.1A1V1 ninit. i,wiKum FRED INGERSON, SEC. Dept. of Mass D.A.V. Past Commander A hoc. . , . .. Ivve regret lo unnouiae ine of Past Commander John W. (Jack) notice. YVllllrfMi o. u unin, , h a George J. Lynch, Treasurer, IN MEM0RIAM 19 12rfc Michael F. Nee 1968 First Marin Raider Sweet tn remember him. Who one was here. And who, though absent, Is just as dear. Dally Mass Is being said. L Insly remembered by Mothers sister and brothers. 1967 John F. Feeney 1968 I.nvlnsly remembered and sadly missed by his wife, children and family. Anniversary Mass will b said In St. Mark's Church, Dor-Chester, August 10 at t:30 am. Friends kindly Invited. 19fi7 Susan Mclntyre 19fi8 Dear Susan, for the happiness you save me. no one will ever know. It broke my heart to Ins ynu but you Hid not alone. Part of me went with you the day God called you bom. Nana. 1966 Anna B. Hayes 1968 Lovlnrly remembered and sidlT missed by her family. Second An. nlversary Mass.. St. Thomas Church. Wllmlnilon. Mass., Saturday, Au ust 10, a a.m. '62 Eleanor Roccia Turner-'6l Forever In aur hearts, Th Roccia and Turner families. 1918 Annie R. Thompson 196J Grant her eternal rtst. CARD OF THANKS The chlldren'of the late CELIA MICHEL Wish to thank their many relative and friends for their kind expression of sympathy In her memory during; their recent bereavement. There will he a months mind Mass In th Church, nf the Most Precious Blood. Dover. Mass,, Saturday, Auiust 17, at 9 a.m. Geome, Thomas. Catherine Sheridan, and Bcatrlc Outan. UNVE1LINGS An unvelln of t memorial to tha lain BERTHA S. PERLIS will he held Sunday, Audtut 11. al In a.m.. at Golden Crown Lod Cemetery. Ml. Vale. Wnbutn. Rtl- Uvei and Mend invited,

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