The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on February 11, 1975 · 36
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Tj(rnr-Tjf'iiijiili,i 36 The Boston Globe DEATHS ! Tuesday, February 11, 1975 DEATHS ! DEATHS DEATHS DEATHS DEATHS i DEATHS DEATHS AIDEV Of Waloole. Feb. 9. Aloert t. merti in tils BJrd year and brother of Alice Kirk of Valpoic. Also survived by feerai nieces and nephews. Funeral ser-j vices be held in the James H. Deianev Funeral Hocrjc. 43 Com-! mon St.. WWLPOI.E. on Wednesday. Feb. 12. at 10 am. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Monday 7-9. sr4 Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9. Veteran WW I. ASHBEE Of Winchester. February 9. formerly of Woburn. Marion Ashbee. aged 86 years, of 22 John-on Road. Sister of the late Arthur nd Charlotte Ashbee. Funeral Ser-and Charlotte Ashbee. Funeral 6er-Bixby Funeral Home. 14 Johnson Street. TCOBIEX. Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock. BAKER In Braintree. February 10. 1975. Dorothy M. (Bolandi Baiter, he beloved v.-ife of William F. Baker of 44 Home Park Rd.. the devoted mother of Elizabeth A, Baker of Bramtree. William A. Baker of Bramtree. and Gerard A. Baker of Westwood. Grandmother of Kathleen E. Baker, and sicter of Miss Marion R. Boland of Brain. tree. Funeral from the Sweeney Brothers Home for Funerals. 1 Independence Ave.. Ql'INCY. Thurs day. February 13. at 9:1) a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Thomas More Church at 10 o clock. Kelatives ana friends are invited to attend. Visiting hours. Tuesday and Wednesday. 2-4 and 7-9 P.m. Interment, Milton Cemetery. Late member. St. Thomas More Ladies' Sodality. Treasurer of Braintree Catholic Women's Club, National Education Assoc.. and Mass. Education Assoc. KARAN'OVVSKI Of South Boston. ' February 10. Mary (Barkowskll. beloved wife of the late Igancy (James l Raranowski and devoted mother of John. Frank. Lillian Tannn snd F.dna Matulaitis all of Dorchester, Stella Kornatovski of South Boston and Walter (Mike) of Burlington: also survived by la erandrhilrlnen and R ffreat-erand- children. Funeral from the Scally Funeral Home. 54 Pleasant M 110RCHESTKK. Feb. i:i at 8 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Monica's Church Pt 9 a.m. Visitine hoirs Tuesday 7-9. Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 v.m. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Late member of ht. Ann's Society. In lieu of flowers donations mav be made in her memory to Our Lady of Czen-stochowa Building Fund. BARTF.ETT In Manomet. Feb. 9. Frank Bartlett: husband of Ethel C. (Henderson 1 Bartlett, age 70. of .Harnett Kfl.. Manomet. A tuneral service wilt he held on Wednesday. Feb. 12. at 11 a.m. in the Second Church of Plymouth, with Rev. David A. Leach officiating. Burial will be in Manomet Cemetery. Visiting hours at the Beamen Funeral Home. 28 Middle St.. PLYMOUTH, Tuesday 7-9 p.m. Donations in his memory may be made to the Second Church In Plymouth, Parson age tuna. I9Tfl. BrNTING Of Marshfield. In Florida. CIIIUCHIOI.O In Boston. February DF.NNISON Of Readi-.t. Feb. 7. ILTW Feb. 9. age 87. Elizabeth DeCeern-j kovien , wile of tne lale cnarles ri.i Bunting, inotner of Thomas ,". Bunting of Damon Point Circle: 1 crandson. Charles H. of Mar.field.! Funeral from the Sparrell Funer.,!! Home. 1 Summer St.. (OHASSf.T Wednesday. FeD. 12 at 9 a.m. fol-j lowed by a Mass of Christian Burial m St. Anthony's Church. Cohas- set at 10 a. Hi. Funeral home calling hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. In' lieu of flowers donations may be; maae to me cnaruy oi your cnuive. 10. Vincenzo Rocco. beloved nus band of Maria Grazia Coppola', loving faiher of Anthony and Marie of Boston. Dcvo'.ed brotner of Angelina Coviello of Boston, and brother-m-law of Maria Angela Chiuchioio. Funeral. Thursday, at 8:li0 a.m. from the Michael Deho Russo & Son Funeral Chapei. 24 Fieet St.. BOSTON. Mas? at 9:T:0 a m In St Marv's Church. Rela tives and friends kmdlv inviied Visiting hours. Tuesday W ednesday. 2-4 and 7-9 Interment Marshfield Hills Ccme-'CONGDoN Allen Ramsdell. Nan- iftrv TareVifiell . .. , n inTS tery. Marshfield. Bl'TLER In West Somerville. Feb. B. 1S75. Joseph K.. ot irancesca Ave. Husband of Mary A. (McLaughlin). Father of Joseph R. and John T. of Somerville. Amanda B. Burns of Norfolk. Va.. Mary Tassi-nari of Medford and Frances Mc-Xeill nf Hawaii: brother of Margar et L. O'Keefe of Fla.: also survived by 12 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Funeral from the rirpo T. nnhpriw Funeral Home. 855 Broadway (Powder House Sa.l CONNOLLY WEST SOMERVILLE, on Wednes day morning at 9:15 a.m. runeral Mass in St. Clement's Church at 10; o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Calling hours Monday 7-9. Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9. Retired em-; ployee of MBTA. : CAUDLE Of Forest Hills. February! 10. John (Lt. Col., retired. LSAi:! beloved husband of Victoria t. (Dempscyi; father of John Caddie.! III. of Weyrrrmth, and Emily Oreto! of Jamaica Plain: son of Johni r.AA c- nf Jamaica Plain: brother of George of North Har-! bor: Howitson oi iuum. Emily Farrell of N.J. Funera fetceS ,at the Brady Funeral Home. 10 Tower St... iOREsT BILLS. Thursday morning, rebru-ary 13. at 11 o'clock. , Relatives and friends lilted- Visiting hours rr,. ofPnirc 7-0 and Wednes day. 2-4 aad 7-9 P.m. Late men ber American I101 p2- tL6; Jamaica Plain. Interment Mt. H"e Cemetery. Parking in rear of fu neral home. n.n' T Cnmnn'illo. Ffll R. LeO J beloved husband of the late Julia C. (Lane ana a ncr w ,7k-r cmo,-,.;iic John F. nf Woburn, David of Melrose and Anne C. Pike ot Maine ana oroincL ui ' " a -M-.h 9nri Marearet DOUEnty both of Billerica. Mary I. Honan pi Marblehead and Bertha Donnelly of Lynn. Also survived by fourteen grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday at 9:15 a.m. from the G. F. Mc-Krnna and Son Funeral Home. o90 MaAtn ct EnVRRViMi.. Funer al Mass in St. Polycaro's Church, at; 10 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited. Visitinu hours. Monday. 7-9 m TiiceHiv 9-4. and 7-9 D.m Late employee of the MBTA and late member of tne tiosxon carmen's Union. Local No. 589. rmriririvA Guilia CCorvo) February tf, iormeny oi iue End of Boston, beloved wife of the latp .Tnspnh and devoted mother of Louis of Brighton. Salvatore of ralif "Tnrtflinp rnivario and f ran- tucket, Mass., on February 7. 1975. after a short illness, beloved nus-band of Alice lTobie, devoted father of Jane C. Qiunby and loving; grandfather of Scott and Edward i Quinby. Memorial Service Satur-i day, February 15. at 12:30 p.m. at tne Unitarian Church, on Nantucket Island. Instead of flowers those who wish may make contributions, to The Nantucket Cottage Hospital, Nantucket. Mass. 02554. In Winchester. Feb. Coleman F., beloved son of the; late Thomas F. and Mary A. (Connolly ) Connolly; residence 28 Clark St., brother of Michael J Marion H. Reiily. boih of Winchester and' Mrs. Bernard 'Baroarai Callahan of W'oburn; also survived by several nieces and nephews. Funeral) irom the Lane Funeral Home. 760! Main St.. WIN'CHESIER Wedne-j day. Feb. 12 at 9:15 a.m. Funeral! Mass m the immaculate concep- Robert A. Husband of Elizabeth (Wilde'. Father, of Robert A. Der,- nion ot Carlisle, airs. William 'Ar.ni Connors of Candy, Oregon, brother of Raiph H. Drnnison nf Reading. Funrrsl services from the Fdzeriy & Beesom Funera! Kor.ie. 74:; Main Sr.. READING, Tuesday. Feb. 11 at 2:30 p.m. Contributions may be? made in his memory to the Unitarian Church, Woburn St., Reading. DIXON" Of Staten Island, N.Y..f iormeriy oi w atenown. eoruary 9. William A. ( Billy), age 15. Be-! loved son of John J. and Katherine I. (Mclntyre) Dixon, Brother of Mrs. Roger (Sandra Joyce) Bates of Hawthorne. N.H.. John J. Jr.. and Miss Mary Ann Dixon, both of. J. y. uranason ot Mrs. ceiia T (Kelly) of Waltham and the late William J. uixon and Mr. Lillian (Gillis of Watertown and the late Andrew L. Mclntyre. Nephew of Mrs. Robert iMary R. Piatt and jhi-s. wuuam ineresa corn gan both of Watertown. Funeral irom the Joseph A. MacDonald Fu neral Home. 6 Riverside St.. WA TERTOWN SQ.. Wednesday at Rl a.m. Funeral Mass in The Church1 fbfvph lives and friends kindly invited.! Visiting hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9; p.m. Interment St. Patrick's Ceme-i tery. Contributions may be made I in his memory, to the Leukemia ! Society of America Inc.. 739 Boyl-i ston bt.. .Boston. R.I , br-:- Tn "Woonsocke 9. iy.-i. Dr. lhon-.a-- h. J-:v: -. M D.. husbttrid of t:ie la'e Ge:.-vieve Tracey Flynn: resider.ee ?.'? Winter St . oo nsoc k e: . F u r.e r k '. from n:5 iite rencer-ce o:i Wecr;e dt at 9 a.rr:. Conct iebr iied Ms-of Christian Bur.?.! in St. Charles. Church. WOOXSOCKET. r.t 10 a.m . Relative: and f.-iends i'ivned to c-.'.--tend. Cslling hours Monday 7-9 and Tuesdsy 2-4 and 7-9 .m. FORD Of Brishton. February 9. Rose A. (.Donahuei. Beloved wite of the late Walter. Mother of Wa-! ter J. Ford of Bnghton, Mrs.! Thoma3 (Helen) Grealy of Sharon,! Mrs. Joseph Rosemary ) Fiannery or canton ana iurs. James (Catner- ine Donahue of Caiiiornia. I.atp residence 31 Champney st. Funeral: from McNamara Funeral Home, 460 Washington st., BRIGHTON, at Lake st. Thursday morning at 8 o'clock. Funeral Mass in Our Ladyj of the Presentation Church at 91 o'clock. Relatives and friends in-! vited. Interment St Joseph's Cemetery. Visiting hours Tuesday ev-ning 7-9 p.m. and Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Late member of The Mother Kevin Guild. t KOII.ES .Ksorn .f fin c . L c:r;;. en. feu V. .o . ti hu-b:-ir.d ntnor L'.'or:.'-' . ce-vo'.c-d lather of Leonard Koi:e Cs;:forr.;a. E'air.e M.;:s-t of Chelsea, ilarvpv Koiies of Peay dy. -.nd P:cnev Ko;.cs of Eve:-.: D5:-;-Vother of Sam Ko;!t c: Ree re. Morris Kolk? and Parl Orisman. b.-j;n of Ca.r'orra. A.-n su: v;-d bv Errar.dthildrer.. Ser'.'ic- at the Torf Funera' CharV l.M Washington Ave- R ELSE A, on Tuescay., Feb. 11 at 3:30 p.m. Literment n Danvers. Memorial week at his laic residence. Contributions in his memory may he made to the Israeli Emergency Fund. KRAVETSKT Entered into rest February 9. Abraham of 4 Essex! Rd.. Sharon, beloved husband of; Mildred (Yorra): devoted father oil Ruth Kozol of Sharon and Marcia; Rubin of Xtick: loving brother of i Gertrude Kymoff of Providence.! R.I.. and the late Ida Kravet anrt Israel Kravet; dear grandfather of, 5 grandchildren. Services bar- MTVARD Of Mrdfor.i. Feh'i:rr 3.ti c- Eln.er. beloved hu-ba'.d rf Keith I'asq-aie , id her of Kenuetn c. Revere. Mrs. JeaP.r.e Huruue Lyr;r.. ar.d Robert of Ann over nnri t -o'her t.f Paul of New Ha: Y ;re. Mrs. Geneva Carr.p'.I and Mr-. Manory Jaquith of Maiden. Funer-f i from the E.E. Burn ar.d S'-r. Funerd Home. 572 Pleasant St.. (corner Filswy Ka?t Wedre5da at 8:15. Funeral Mas? in the Immaculate Conception Church at 9 Relative? and friends kindly invited. Visiting hours Monday 7-9. , Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9. i MILDRAM In Melrose. February: 8. OUve M. Upham. of 75 Lake Ave., mother of Mrs. Paul E. Dor- othy) Sutton of Sandusky. Michi-; gan. Services in First United Mth-i odist Church. Main St., Wednesday at 2 p.m. There Pre no visit me hours. Gifts in her memory may be made to the mem rial fund of the church or to the Arthritis Founda tion. 38 Chauncy St., Boston. Stanetsky - Schiossberg - Solomon MORGAXELL1 -- Of Sharon Feo 10. tne laie saivaiore; iiiouier tion Church at 10 a.m. Visiting, DODDS In Roxbury, February 7, Eva, beloved mother of Sheiton ; hours Tuesday 2-4, 7-9. CONROY In West Roxbury. Feb. u i tnrmw v ot Jamaica fiain . Mary (Kennedy); beloved wife of the late William Conroy. Devoted mother of John J. of Belmont, Catherine M. Duffy. Marv A. McTer- nan. Marearet M. Conroy andi Francis T. Conroy all of West Rox bury and the late William r. and Edward R. Conroy. Also survived! by 19 grandchildren and 14 great-; grandchildren. Funeral from the; Francis T. Keefe Funeral Home. 8! Spring St., (cor Centre) WEST: ROXBURY, Thursday at 9:15. Funeral Mass In St. Theresa Church at 10. Relatives and friends kindly in--! vited. Visiting hours Tuesday 7-9. Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Cnti In South Boston. February . Aioert A. "AJ." Beloved husband of Kathleen 'Heath) Conti. Father of Linda. Mrs. Patricia Daniels. Also survived bv 1 erandson. Brother of Mrs. Fannie Mancuso.l Mrs. Carmella Fasano, Mrs. Rose! Sullivan. Mrs. Connie Wallace. Mrs.l 11 r- . 1 11 n,T H.I Robertson and the late James Conti. iDOINAfB, funeral from the Cassidv Funeral Home. 743 East Broadway at L St.. suLia dusiu.'n, on Wednesday. February 12. at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass at St. Brigid's Church at 10 o clock. Relatives and friends invited. Retired employee of John J?SS$)C,.1Psurance Co- Veteran of WWII. Visiting hours Monday e ve iling v-y. xuesaay Z-4 and 7-9 n.m. Interment in St. Joseph's Ceme- Of Lexincton February. . eien iormeny of Audubon1 Rd. Services at the Douslass Fu-i neral Home, 51 Worthen Rd., LEX-1 INGTON, Wednesday. February 12, at 2 p.m. There are no calling hours. In lieu of flowers those who wish may send memorial gifts to the Wellesley Collepe Development Fund, care of Welleslcy College. Wllelpv. Macs sJl iu?S5Sli,.Aer5!fi!!f IOAHMPHT - Of Hyde Park. Febru- Medford and Josephine Petito of jV.V.yi??!' T William P. In South BERN ASCONI Of Dorchester.1 suddenly. Februarv 8. Letizia C. d.uonit: beloved wife ot the late Jostpn C. iiertiasconi and devoted mother of Nilda Rice of Dorches ter. Suvjo Bernasconi ot uraintree liary Harry of Deanarn. Ireiie Mc- couem or j?orcnesier. viiaiuia wu-kie of Seattle, Washington. Joseoh Bernasconi of Quincy. Victor Ber-nasconi of Lexington Park. Md.. Margaret Bernasconi of Dorchester and Jane Wallace of Quincy. Also survived by 26 grandchildren and 27 great erandchildren. Funeral (mm h Seal I v Funeral Home. 54 Pleasant St.. DORCHtSTER Wednesday. February 12 at 8 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Kevin's Churchi at 9 a.m. Visiting hours Monday 7-9. Tuesday 2-4. 7-9 p.m. Relatives ItHanri. Irinrilv invited. Late member of the Swiss Benovelent Society BBOPHEY Of Chestnut Hill Feb. in Q,,l r hslnuoH hllRhand Of Margaret (Tracy); father of Alicia T. Brophey: brother of Ellen and vii.iitl. nmnh.ii rf Rrnnklme. Mrs. John (Barbara) Lynch of MarDieneaa. ivir&. inuin - flatrin nf Mvannisnort and Thomas F. Brophey of West Roxbury: late residence i -renore nu. iuii from the McNamara Funeral Home, inn Wachtnatnn St.. BRIGHTON (at Lake St. ) Thursday morning at S:uu. jjunerat iviass in me iiuam esus Church. Brookline at 10:00. Relatives and friends invited, vis iting hours Wednesday only. 2-4 rand 7-9 p.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. BROWV Of Bedford. Feb. 10. Annie (Larson) of 6 Woodland Rd.. wife of the late Angus Allan Brown, mother of William J. Miller of Bedford and Harold N. Miller of New Port Richev. Fla.: also sur vived tov 1 Krandehild and 1 Kreat- jtrandchild. Funeral at the Douglass Funeral Home, 51 Worthen Kd.. LEXINGTON, " Thursday, Feb. 13. at 11 a.m. There are no calling hours. Lynn: sister of Josephine Carcerano of Calif., also survived by 20 Brand-children and 2X great grandchil- rirftn TTitnpral -from the John CU1- cotti and Sons Funeral Home. 7 Cooper St.. BOSTON, on Wednes- day at 8:30 a.m. Funeral Mass in: St. Leonard's Church at 9:30. Rela-tibrs and friends may visit on Monday. 7-9: Tuesday. 2-4 and 7-9 Please omit flowers. fiTiv74xn nf Medford. sud denly teDruary y, niuoiiv un loved husband ot Agnes R. 'Sullivan : father of Peter A. of Billerica Paul .1 of Wilminctnn. Anthony J. Jr. of Reading. Phillio J. of Wakefield. Elizabeth L.. Christine M.. Marilyn A.. Mark A.. Matthew C. John t.. L-Ouise ivi.. Agnes i., Aline P. and James L. Catanzano nil at hnme- hrnlhpr nf Salvatore of Burlington. Mrs. Mary Ciulla of Melrose. Mrs. Frances DellaPiana of Medford. Miss Ann Catanzano of Chelsea. Joseph of Saugus. Mrs. Florence Roome of Medford and Frank Catanzano of Maiden: also survived by b granacnuaren. r u-neral from 98 Forest St.. Medford, on Wednesday. Feb. 12 at 9 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Franrie nf Assist Church. Medford. at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friendsl invited. Visiting hours Monday. 7-9 p.m. and Tuesday. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Late U.S. Postal Clerk. Everett Office. CATON In Maiden. Feb. 9. for merly of Everett, Anne J., in her 96th year. Funeral service at the Shattuck Funeral Home. 605 Rrnariwav. FVF.BFTT. Wednesday. at 11 a.m. Friends may call Tues-dav 7-9. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions to the Morgan Memorial would be appreciated. CENTREI.LA In Medford, Feb. 10. IN MEMORIAM 1374 THEODORE H. SVENNINGSEN-1375 Lovingly remembered and sadly missed, by wife Grace and ions Theodore Jr., George, and diuihter Virginia. 1S66 JANICE M. LITTLE 1975 9th Anniversary Mass beinir said Bt Arch St. Shrine,. Lovingly remembered by mother and father. 1961 MARY ANN PREVITE 1975 Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by Mom, Dad, Betty, Rita. Peter, Tommy and Joe. 1950 PAUL S. PATEY-1975 ON YOUR BIRTHDAY Badly missed by Mom, brothers and sister. 1943 MARGARET DICK 1975 Lovlnrlr remembered by ber daughters, aona and grandchildren. Anna, beloved wife of the late Jo seph, mother of James V. and Miss Angelina R. Centrella of Medford. sister of Gerardo Centrella of Medford, also survived by seven grandchildren and eiaht great erandchil dren. Funeral from the Dello Russo Funeral Home. 308 Main St.. MEDFORD. Thursday at 8 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. James Church. Fells-i way at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited. Visiting hours Tuesday) and Wednesday 2-4 ana 7-9 p.m. CHAPMAN In Needham. February . fiazei (tiart) (jnapman. wite of the late Harold Chapman. Sister of tamuna ti. tiaxt ot Auournaaic Funeral services at the Eaton Fu neral Home. 1351 Highland Ave.. NEEDHAM. Wednesday. Feb. 12 at 1:30 p.m. Visiting hours Tuesday CIIAULK Of Wilmington, Feb. 9, Amelia J. (Simmondsl. of Zero Fairmeadow Rd. wife of the late Archibald Chaulk: mother of Olive Atkins of Wilmington and James of Dcrry, N.H. Services will be held in Charlettown, Newfound- iana Wednesday, ten. iz. CHESTERFIELD In W. Somer ville. Feb. 9. 1975. John S.. he- loved husband of the late Grace jviay (Duniopj. of 27 Sterling st. Father of William H. of Somerville. Gladys Smith of Medford. Evelyn Brennan of Great Neck. L.I.. N.Y.. and Grace Hill of Dover. N.H. Funeral Services at the George L. Doherty Funeral Home. R55 Broad way (Powdersouse sq. ) WEST SOMERVILLE. Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Calling hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9. Interment Puritan Lawn cemetery. Peabody. 1973-JANICE D. COUGHLIN-1975 Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by ber family on her birthday. 1974 THEODORE H. SVEN K I N GSEH 1 975 First Anniversary. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his sisters Lisa and Julie and niece Julie Jr. 1971 JOHN A. DELAHAMTY 1975 Fondly remembered and missed by wife, sons and daughter. Masses being said. Weymouth, formerlv nf Stni,?v.tnn February 10. 1975. Beloved hus- Daua oi uie late .Hazel A. (Howe) Of 36 Gaslieht Dr. Faiher nf Arlono M. Murphy of Whitman: Lois Mac- A.eou oi uuxDury. brother of Joseph P. Corcoran of Quincy; Miss Helen J. Corcoran of Milton and me laie ueorge ana waiter Corcoran. Also survived hv fi ffranrihll. dren. Funeral from the McDonald! runeral Home. SOUTH WEY- muuiB, 80S) Main St. (Rte. 18 opposite South Shore Hospital) Wednesday at 8 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Francis Xavier Church at 9 o clock. Relatives and friends in vited. Visiting hours Tuesday 2-4! and 7-9 p.m. Former employe of the S. S. Pierce Co. and late em ployee oia&M custom Brokers ot Boston. Late member Foreign commerce ijiup. COSTA In Arlington. Feb. 9. Manuel R. husband of Margaret (Morrison) and father nf Minhellw nf Arlington. Robert of Missouri, stepfather of Arthur, Thomas and carry Alien, all of Arlington. Mrs Geraldin. rVrasruln nf Tvlonfnr Brother of Mrs. Marv Rns Amarai of Wilton. N.H.. Mrs. Mary Enos of Burlington. Joseph R. Costa of Burlington, also survived bv seven grandchildren. Funeral from the Jonn K. O'uonneli f uneral Home. urai iviass. Ave., akmhutu.n. on Wednesday, i'eo. lztn. at 9 a.m, Funeral Mass in St. James Church at 10 a m. Relatives and friends kindly invited to attend. Visiting nours Monday 7-g p.m. and Tuesday. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. COTTER Of Wrllesley. suddenly tea. s. Thomas L. cotter. Beloved husband of Beatrice (Manning): father of Atty. Richard M. Cotter of Concord. Helen M. Neal of West Lebanon. N.H.: brother of Joseph Cotter of Brighton. Also survived by 3 grandchildren. Residence 45 Cottage St. Funeral from the George F. Doherty & Sons Funeral Home. 477 Washington St., WELLESLEY, Wednesday, at 8:15. Funeral Mass in St. Paul's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery, Wellesley. Expressions of sympathy may be maae in nis memory to tne .new-ton-Wellesley Hospital. CRUMP Rev. Thomas F.. O.M.I.. As sistant Pastor of the Immaculate Heart of Mary parish. Grand Rap ids. Michigan, died unexpectedly February 8. Funeral Thursday morning at 9 a.m. at the Oblate Novitiate, Chandler St.. Tewksbury followed by a Concelebrated Mass at 1(1 a.m. Friend? may call ?t the Novitiate from 2-4 arid 7-9 on Wednesday. A Requiem Mass was offered at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Grand Rapids on February 10. Burial in the rthlate Noviliate Cemetery. Donations may be made in Father Crump's memory to the Oblate Confirmary FundJ Chandler St.. Tewksbury. Mass. Cl'lBERTSON In St. Petersburg.! xia.. iuuiieriy oi Aiision. ueoruary 7-' Margaret (Foulds). Wife of John Culbertson and mother of Mrs. Joh p. Basset (Mariorie) of St. Petersburg and sister of Elsie Howell of Lakewood. Ohio. Funeral avrai in neia Monday. Febru- and father. 4 brothers and 5 sisters Funeral service on Wednesday, at 1 p.m. in Holy Tabernacle Church, 70 Washington St., Dorchester. Family present at the J. B. Johnson Fu neral Home. 196 Warren St.. Tues day. 7- p.m. Kelatives ana mends invited. DOHERTY Of Avon. Fehruarv 10. formerly of Chariestown. Elizabeth M. (SlocumK beloved wife of the late John J. Doherty; mother of Dennis Doherty of Chariestown. James F. Doherty of Avon, and the late Ens. John J. Doherty, USN. and Mrs. Mary mnn; also sur vived by 14 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Funeral from! the Frank H. Carr Funeral Home. 220 Bunker Hill St.. CHARLES- TOWN. Thursday at 9:15. Funeral Mass in St. Francis de Sales Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours Wednesday 2-4 ana i- p.m. marking area adjacent to funeral borne. In Chariestown. Fehru. ary 9. formerly of Dunaff. Clonma- nv. County Donegal. Ireland. Pat rick Donaghy, beloved husband of Kose Ann (uannyj; father of Mrs. Madge Desmond, Mrs. Rosemary Woods, James J. and Patrick F. Donaghy all of Chariestown; brother of Hugo. Donaghy of Chariestown and James Donaehv of Ireland: also survived by 5 grandchildren, runeral from the Frank H. Carr Funeral Home. 220 Bunker Hill St.. CHARLESTOWN, Wednesday at 8:15. Funeral Mass In St. Mary s cnurcn at 9 a.m. Rel atives and friends are invited. Vis iting hours. Monday. 7-9: Tuesday. 2-4 and 7-9 p. m. Late retired member of Local No. 809 l.L.A Parking area adjacent to funeral home. DOWNIE William J., suddenly in Braintree. Feb. 10. Formerly of Readville. Beloved husband of Helen I. ( Beaton Downie. father of Roderick W. Downie of Dor chester. Also survived bv 5 prand children. Reposing at the Joseoh Sweeney Funeral Home. 74 Elm St.. QUINCY CTR., until 8 o'clock Thursday morning. Funeral Mass in the Church of St. Thomas Mnr at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are: resnecttuiiy invited to attend. Visiting hours Tues. 7-9. Wed. 2-4 and interment Blue Hill. Braintree Late Veteran of WW II. DRUMMEY Suddenly in TJnrwn jonn ts..oz no Monroe St., beloved brother of Mrs. Julia Thompson and Miss Mary A. Drummeyl both of Norwood, Mrs. Margaret Hall of Canton end Michael F. of Andover. Funeral from the Gillooly Funeral Home. 126 Walpole St. (Route 1A) NORWOOD. Thursday. Jv.1.!8', 9,a-m-, Funeral Mass in St. Cathprine s Phurh o in m Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 ary 9. Stanley, son of the late John and Mary (Smith). Brother of George of Lincoln. Funeral services at the F. J. Higgins Funeral Home. 4236 Washington St.. ROS-LINDALE SQUARE, Wednesday. February 12 at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours omitted, marking in rear oi funeral home on Cummins Hwy. GILGUN In Woburn, February 10. Agnes M. (MacEachcrn) of 13 Lawrence St. Wife of the late Mi- cnaei j. uugun. Mother of Law rence J. Gilgun of Woburn and sister of Mrs. Mary Cassidy and Miss Elizabeth MacEachern of wo burn. Funeral from the P. J. Cox and Sons Funeral Home. 14 High land St. olf Green fat.i. WerinesUoy February 12. at 8:15. Funeral Mass at St. Charles Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends in vited. Visiting hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9. DUCHARME Iormerly of Med- juiu. iu iviaiaen, jeo. . urancis X. beloved husband of Agnes (DeYoung) Ducharme, father of! Mrs. Agnes Sargent, Francis X.' Ducharme Jr. and Mrs. Paula Mosher. all of Billerica. brother of Sr. Mary Gabriella of Fitchbure. "tu ui .muiiKiun ana tiarcncei jjucnarme ot Medford, Mrs. Cora GUARINO, GIORDANO In Chelsea. February 8. Kosa M. (Montaniai. residence b Hawthorne St: beloved wife of the late Antonio Giordano and mother of Mary Santagatc. Angela Durante. Paul. John. Joseph. Anthony and the late Andrew and Salvatore Giordano. Also survived by 30 grandchildren. 26 great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild. Funeral from the Frank A. Welsh & Sons Funeral Home. 718 Broadway. CHELSEA. Wednesday. February 12 at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Rose Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends most kindly invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9. Parking oopoite funeral home. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Maiden. GIORGIO Sylvette (Scelsal. of West Natick. on Sunday, rerjruary 9. Wife nf Peter A. Giorgio. Resi dence 36 Barnesdale Rd., mother of Peter A. Jr. of Bowie, Maryland Edward J. of Laurel. Maryland and John W. of Washington, D.C Sister nf John N. Srelsa of New port Beach, Calif. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Funeral Mass in the Church of St. Linus. Hartford St.. on Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock. Visiting hoursj at the John Everett and Sons Me-i monal Home (ISiaticK sq. ) iv.i ik iv on Monday. 2-4 and 7-9. Tuesday. 2-4 only. Please omit flowers, do nations In her memory may ne made to the Pupbln Pintada School Board, Star Route 2. Cuba. New Mexico 87013, c-o Miss Rosalie Roberts. Interment St. Patrick's Cemetery, Natick. Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock. GOTJVEA In Somerville, Feb. 9, Marv fFrpitas fnnvea. wife of the late Rufino Gouvea. Mother of: Leonore Gouvea of Somerville, Mary Martonosi of St. Louis. Sister of Helena Sumares of Somerville. Also survived by 3 erandchildren. Fu neral from the uaniei r . u nen Funeral Home. 2 Benton Rd. at Summer St.. SOMERVILLE Wednesday at 8 a.m. Funeral Mass at St. Catherine's Churcn at a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Monday 7-9, Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9. Memori.il Chapel. 824 Washingtor St.. CANTON (day and time to be announced!. Memorial week will be observe! at the home of Dr. ; and Mrs. Frank Korol. 352 South Main St.. Sharon. Expressions nf svmpathy in his memory may be donated to a charity of your choice. : LAWLOE Of West Roxbury, for-i nieriy of Dedham. Feb. 9, 1975. ; Edward J.: beloved husband of the; late Agnes T. (Quinm: iath-r oi , Joseph of Dedham; Mrs. Helen, Kelty of Medfield, Mrs. Anthony: (Joan) Kropinok of Calif.; cousmi i of Mrs. Helen McCauley of West Roxbury: also survived by several E. Murray Funeral Home. 2000: MOILTON Centre St.. WEST ROXBURY, Feb. 12 at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Theresa Chapel at 10:00. Relatives anri friends most kindly invited. Late member Holy Name Society of St. Mary's Cnurcn. Dedham. American Legion Post No. 13. Ded ham. 4n and a voiture Locale iso 8. New England Association of Railroad veterans, late World war I veteran and late employee New-Haven Railroad. Visitins hou Tuesday 2-4. 7-9. Interment in Brookdale Cemetery, Dedham. LOCKE Of Melrose Feb. 8. Michael, .husband of the late Josephine (Nee) Locke of 94 Cleveland St.: father of Martin D. of Napcr-ville. 111., and Andrew M. Locke of Holbrook: also survived by 4 grandchildren. Rcpnsing at th"i Cartwright Funeral Home. 69 South; Franklin St.. HOI.RROOK. Fur.erali Wednesday at 8:l.i. followed bv a Funeral Mass in St. Joseph's! Church. Holbrook at 9 a.m. Rcla-I fives and friends respectfully invited to attend. Calling hours Tuesday n 1 and 1-9. LYNCH In Brighton. Feb. 9. Jose phine (Hastings), late residence 127 HRF Entered into ret Feb. K-. L;:l'.:.n . Herman of 1200 Cen -; - 5'. . K -i:ndLi;e. Belovt-d wife of ;Mc Myt r X. Sharaf. ccvoir-i ".other of Syiv.a Liner of Norm V.. : E.-ich. Fia. M::iam Ka.if -of C'.c e!ar.d. Ohio, and the Lite I: '.::.: ,harf. "tnther-in-lw (-1 Rue Shirai of MalQcn. lmin r-;H-r of tne late Jeafte WoIIckk-stc.n. Isidore Bcrman. Bessie Poor-vu. Rr.od Atkins, and Harry Be: -n.an. Di ar grandmother of 7 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren Services at the Star.et-jkv-Sehlossberg-Solomon Mt:nnir-i:.l Chapels. 1668 Beacon St.. BROOKLINE. Tuesday. Feb. 11 at 1:::0 p.m. Memorial Observance will be at the home nf Mr. and Mrs. Arneld Menzer. 155 Cynthia rd.. Newton Centre through Wednesday evening. Expressions of Symp.nhy m her memory mav be donated to the Hebrew Rehabilitation Center. 1200 Center tt.. Roslindale. SHOTWFI.L -- Oe Medford. Feb 8 John H. : beloved husband of the late Jennie M (Santolucilo). falhrr of John R. of Medford. and Wil-lMm D. Sliotwcll of Medford. Alo survAcd ty 3 grandchildren. John P. and Robe-t A. Shotwell and Mrs. Helen Pride and one great E'.andsnn Robbie Pride. A Funeral Mass was held in St. James Church Medford on Tuesday. Feb. 11 at 10 o'clock. Arrangements hv the Gaf-fry Fur.e'-al Home. MEDFORD. George M.. Daniel. John. Mary J., Mrs. Emily Rogers, all of California. Anthony. Adelina. Mrs. Jose-Ptune R. Ottaviani. ail ot Sharon, Aloert .Morganeiia tl EOato.i. ;vlit.' Anna Posternak of Salem, N.H.. the late Nicholas, formerly of Sharon: sister of Michael DiEsso ol Sharon. Funeral from the John L. Keeling & Son Funeral Home. 3 SISTFR ADKI.E .11 LIE DEI TS II. Front. St., ton the Common', SD Of .Notre Dame Institute. a.i5 WALPOLE. Thursday. Feb. 13 ol 9 P'a-.tation St.. Worcester, died ye.- a.m. 1-uneral .Mass at Our J-oy o: , Sorrows Church at lu. Visiting; hours. Tuesday 7-9 p.ni. and, Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited. I In York Harbor. Me.. February 9. Mrs. Dorothea L. Moul-i ton. 90, formerly of Mediord. Widow of Chester H. Mother of Howard T. of Portsmouth. N.H.. and Miss Barbara E. of Watertown. Funeral services from the Lucas-Eaton Funeral Home, YORK, ME.. February 12, at the convenience of the family. Burial in Oak Grove Cemetery. Medford. lt desired. memorial gifts may be made to the; Heart Fund. OLIVER In Rocknort, February 10. Mary W. (Rowell). ase 8K. widow of the late Frederick W. Oliver of R (iranite St.. Rockport, and formerly of West Newton; terday. She was Poi-fress of Mary's Convent, Lawrence, from 1907 to ISM. For the past 15 years she has served in Notre Dame Institute in Worcester. The funeral will be Wednesday from Notre Dame Institute following a Mass at lt a.m. Burial will be in Worcester. SLOBODNIK February 9. Helen Okumcwski i Slobodruk. wife of Jokov of 150 Vaie St.. Tewksbury. Mother of Vladimir M Furdeck of Tewksbury and John Furdeck of Lawrence. Sister of Michael Oakie of Caiif. Funeral Wertsesriav al o from the Farmer and Dee Funcril Home. 16 Lee St.. TEWKSBURY. Funeral Mass at 10 in St. William's Church. Calling hours at the tune. al home Monday 7-9 and Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9. Relatives and triends invited. Interment in wooaiawn cemetery. Lverett. grand aunt of Emerson T. Oliver ol ; SMITH Of South Boston in Madl- Washington St.. beloved wife of James J. Lynch; mother of Daniel Hastings ot rvew jersey. Donald and Robert of Taunton. Arthur of Philadelphia. Charles of New York and the late Frederick Hastings of Taunton, daughters, Mrs. Marie Sullivan of Taunton, Mrs. Helen Harris and Mrs. Ann Hopkins of Waltham: and also survived by 32 granacnuaren and tt great grandchildren. Funeral Mass will be held Wednesday morning at 10 a.m. at Saint Mary's Chmch. TAUNTON. Burial will be at St. Joseph's Cemetery, Taunton. Late member of the Women's Auxiliary. William Harris I'ost 196. Brighton. Laura (Thomasi. beloved wife of ;PEJSN.E.T.. Dorchester. Februar IVtarhlehead anri Mrs. John Rich- dale of Cincinnati. Ohio, and cous-i in of Mrs. Ruth Goodman of Fort Ann, N.Y. Funeral services will be held on Thursday at 11:30 a.m. in the Burgess and Mackcy Funeral Home. 177 Main St.. ROCKPORT. No visiting hours. It desired, memorial gifts may be made to First Universalist Church, Rockport, Mass. PARK Tn Anhiirnrialp. February 10. Ket. Lt. Jesse li. (U.S. iavy) oi 109 Auburn St.: husband of the late Katherine M. (McGillen i. brother in law of Marv A. Carolan Services at the T. J. Lyons Funeral Home, 1479 Washington St.. WEST NEWTON, Wednesday at 11 a.m Visiting hours Tuesday 7-9 p.m. PARSHLEY Of Reading. Feb. 10.' Evelyn (Atwood); wife of Harry W. Parshlev. Sr.. mother of Harry W.. Jr. of Reading and Mrs. Leon ard (Dorothy) Meuse. Jr. of Chelmsford. Services at the Edger-Icy & Bassom Funeral Home. 74:1 Maain St., READING. Wednesday. Feb. 12 at 1 p.m. Friends may call Tuesday 4-5 and 7-9 p.m. CI1EYNE Of Wakefield. February . Alice m. (Diaymus . wtaow of William A. Cheyne of 28 Lafayette St. Mother of Mrs. Benjamin ueannettei M. nske. Huth (J. Cheyne. Mrs. Robert G. (Marion . ) Reid ail of Wakefield and Kobert B. Cheyne of Stoneham Sister of Jeannctte Dldymus of Sheffield, England. Also survived by 4 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. Funeral services at the Emmanuel Episcopal Church. Waketielri en Wednesday at 2 p.m. No visitine hours. Gifts in her memory may be sent to Trinity jCURTIN Formerly 1974 MARY LEWIS 1975 Our thoughta are always with you, although we are apart. Because you have a special place, Forever in our hearts. The flowers we plant upon your grave Hay wither and decay. But the love for you. dear mother, shall never fade away. Lovingly remembered by danghter, husband and grandchildren. 1973 ANTONIO RUSSO 1975 Greatly missed along lifr's way. Quietly remembered every day. No longer in our lives to share. But in our hearts, you're always there. Lovingly remembered and aadly missed by wife, children and grandchildren. ary 10 in St.. Ptrehnre HTt.rr,V. ' St. Stephens Episcopal Church. Westboro. Mass. CTJRLEX - John M. of Quincy. February 10 1975. the beloved husband of Helen I. (Mahoney) of 125 Barham av.. father of John T. of Bramtree. June Regele of Raleigh. N.C. and Dorothy Sweeney if Quincy. Brother of Thomas Curlev Of Milton. Alcn ciirvitia T,., 1 grandchildren and 8 great grand- vouuieu. nciatives ana irienas are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Keohane Funeral Home. 7ns Hancock st.. WOLLAS-TON. Thursday at 9:15. Funeral Mass in St. Ann's Church at 10 a.m. visung nours Tuesday 7-9. a.m Visiting hours Tuesday 7-9. weunesaay z-4 ana 7-8 Church. Copleo Sq., Boston, 02116 for the Theodore Parker Ferris Fund. 4 Patience and Sherrcll House. CHISHOLM In Burlington. Febru ary 10. lloDert T beloved father of Robert T. Jr.; devoted son of Mrs. Gertrude Chisholm of Burlington; brother of Flora Freitas of Fla., Alice Fields, and Lillian Robillard. both of Burlington. Frank and Lyman of Somerville. Fred of Wi!-! mington. George of Woburn. and Howard Chisholm of Bedford. Fu neral service at tne Leonard r . Do.vle Funeral Home. 173 Bedford St.. BURLINGTON. Rte. 62. Bedford Line. Thursday, at 1 p.m. Relatives and fripnris invilpH Visitine. hours. Tuesday evening, 7-9. aiid:""."""' -r uorcnester. Feb. of Cambridge, Feb. 9, Anna M. (MacEachern). beloved Wife nf the late ffpnrv rip- voted mother of Mrs. Claudia Joki-1 nen of N.H., sister of Mrs. Katherine Boyd of Nova Scotia. Funeral Mass and Interment in Nova Sco tia. Arrangements by Gerald W.' Lehman, Funeral Director, Kendall of Medford and Mrs. Louise rraser of N.H., also survived by 8 grandchildren and 1 great grandson. Funeral from the affey Memorial Funeral Home, 34 jiisn ot., wburuKU sq., on weuiiesuay. reo. iz at a a.m. Followed hv a fnnprnl Mace 1 0 James Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visitine hours Monday 7-9 p.m.. Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Late member of ouuui jDwiun xacni ;iud. DWYER In W. Somerville, Feb ruary 10, 197o. Margaret (Lowney). of 33 Day St. Beloved wife of the late Patrick J. Mother of Eileen Carr. Denis. Patrick J. Jr., John and Mary Dwyer. Funeral from the js-ecie runerai nome. 217d Mass. Jve., numu uambkidue, on Wednesday morning, at 9. followed by a Funeral Mass in St. John's Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends arc invited. Visiting hours. Tuesday, 2-4. and 7-9. Please omit liowers. ELLIS Of Wareham. formerly of ueonam. reo. . trie. nusDand of Myra (Welch) father of Charlotte Hefford of No. Reading. Charles of Dedham and Richard Ellis of Ware-ham, brother of Ronald of Matta-poisett and John Ellis of Wellfleet. Services at the Church of The Good Shepherd, Oakdale Sq., DEDHAM Wed at 1 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Donations may be Bent to ine American cancer society. 138 Newhurv St.. Bnsnn. Arrangements by Folsom Funeral service, ueanam. FAVAZZA In Gloucester on Feb ruary . Mary J. (Aspesl) Favazza age 49. of 28 Madison Square Gloucester. Wife nf Salvatnr .T Favazza, lnsnrance broker and executive secretary of the Gloucester Fisheries Commission. Mother of Steven C. Favazza of Gloucester and Mrs. Howard E. (Karen Ann) Spencer, III of Fairfield, Me. Sister of Ann E. Asncsi of Rocknort. Lewis and Venance of Gloucester. Hugo. Peter F. and Charles A. As-Pesi. all of Rockport. Funeral Services will be held from the James C. Greely Funeral Home. 212 Wash ington st.. Gloucester on Wednesday at 8:45 a.m. Concelebrated Mass will be sung in St. Ann's cnurcn. Gloucester at t):;iu a.m Interment Calaverv Cpmpterv Gloucester. Visiting hours Tues-1 aay a-a. v-a p.m. Joseph, of East Bos- t nrmprlv nf Rnstnn S IVOrtll F.nri. February 10, 1975. Beloved husband of Lena (Cuchiarra) Guar-ino. father of Jimmy and Frank of East Boston; Peter of Revere, Sal, (Stoogie) of Boston. Funeral from V.D. T.anwnn "Funeral Chanel. OD.i Hanover St .BOSTON. Thursday at 8:30 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Leonard's Church. Boston at9:Jy m vistttno hours Tuesday and Wednesday 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Relatives ana menus mvura, Please omit flowers. hit Tn Maiden Feb. 9. Helen M. of 299 Fellsway East, wife of the late Edwin Hay. mother of Edwin Jr.. US Army at It Dev-n.,iohto. nf "Rose (Starretll and the late Locke Burns, and sister of Roy P. Burns of Maiden. Tr.,nr.jl C,r'irpe. in 1 llP A. J. Bl'CS- lin & Son Funeral Home. SI 0 Pleasant St.. MALDEN, at Medford line Wednesday, at 1 P.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours. Mon day. 7-; ruesaay. z-i. i- "' the iate John; mother of Rose Enos. Alda Souza. Lucy Souza. Laura Macid. Lillian Sousa and the late Edgar Maciel. Funeral from the Rogers Funeral Home. :j80 Cambridge St.. (.A-niiRiDGt, Wednesday at 8. Funeral Mass in St. Anthony's Church at 9. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9. MacINTIKE Of Waban Feb. 9.; Alan M. Maclntke of 627 Chestnut St.. husband of Jane (Bacon): father of Mrs. Anne H. Nichols of Medford, and Alan M. Maclntlre Jr. of Walpole; also survived by 5 granacnuaren. tuneral services privaie. Arrangements Dy Cate & Pratt Funeral Home. West Newton. MacLEOD Grace, of Boston. February 6. Funeral from the Tobin Funeral Service 666 Massachusetts Ave.. BOSTON on Wednesday ot 8:30 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass at 9 a.m. in The Blessed Sacrament Chapel. Holy Cross Cathe dral, Boston. Relatives and friends are kindly invited 1o call at the Funeral Home on Tuesday 2-4 and i-y p.m. MacLEOD 111 Boston. Feb. 10. Miss riorence MacLeod, neiovea sister of Anne MacLeod of Boston and Mrs. Alary MacLean ol Toronto Canada: also survived by several nieces ana nephews. Funeral ser vice Irom tne waterman ( hwpk 495 Commort.vealth Ave.. Kenmorc m.. ousiufl. on inursaav. Fen 13 at 1 p.m. Friends may call at the Chapel on Wednesday 2-4 and i- p.m. in ueu ot liowers contri butions in hpr memnnr m.u made to the Building Fund, care of iiuirn or uie covenant, bi Newbury St.. Boston. MALLARD In West Medford. sud aeniy. February 9th. Ruth H 9. William D.. beloved husband of Anne (McFheel. uncle of David Frasher of Arlington and William Frasher of Salem, N.H. Funeral from the Joseph V. O'Donnell and, SMITH son. Maine. Feb. 10. 197.1. niir K. (Weisncr). late residence 104 Harbor St.. wife of the late Donald Smith and sister nf Mrs. Srah Doolcy of Anson, Maine and Mrs. Margaret Calnan of Wilmmgton. Mass.; grandmother of Mrs. Joan Sawycr of Madison, Maine and Guy J. Nolan of Warren. Mass. Funeral services Wednesday. Feb. 12 at 4 p.m. at the Edwards Funeral Home. 165 Main St., MADISON, Maine, Relatives end friends invited. SMITH Suddenly February 9. Harmon W.. m his 70th year, husband of Eleanor (Tcachman) Smith of 42 Lakefield Rd., South Yarmouth: father of Dennis M. Smith of Whltefield, N.H. and Mrs. Sidney ( Patricia I Partington of Newine-ton. Conn. Funeral services will be held Thursday, Feb. 13. at 2 p.m. in the Hyannis Federated Church. Relatives and friends are inviied. Friends may call at the Eaton & Bhite Funeral Home. 35 Winter St.. HYANNIS, Wednesday. 7-9 p.m. Interment Ancient Cemetery, Yarmouth. Friends who desire may make donations in his memory to the establishment of the Harmon W. Smith Memorial Fund, Cane Cod Council. B.S A.. Ivanough Rd.. Hyannis. Mass. 112601. Son Funeral Home. 138 Neponset Ave.. Wednesday at 8 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Ann's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Monday evening 7-9. Tuesday 2-4. 7-9. PENTA In Orient Heiehts. V. Bos ton. Feburary 8. Joseph J., beloved jiuaucuiu ui x-iuiuiiiena (Lanza): lather of Rieharri .T nf Winthrnn Mrs. Carolyn Hopkins of Arlington ua ruioert i,. venezia ot water-town. Survived by 4 grandchildren Keposing at the Richard C. Kirbv Funeral Home. 917 Bennington St.. until Wednesday at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Lazarus Church at 10:15 o'clock. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours. Monday evening. 7- a, ana xuesaay a-4 ana v-a PETERS Of Newton, formerly of Jamaica Plain and Lynnfieid. Feb ruary 10. 1975. Pandelli. husband of Gladys (Athanasi Peters. Residence 49 Elmhurst Rd.; father of Airs. Juliet Soulhwick. Mrs. Lor- etle Kelly. Mrs. Jean Zenno. and Mrs. Lorraine Daraue; brother of Sokrates Sotir. Mrs. Thomaidha Spiro. Mrs. Sophia Pano. and the late Arthur P. and Mrs. Athina Joseph; also survived by 7 grandchildren. Funeral services in the Carlev Funeral Home. 556 Cam bridge St., (at Gordon St.), ALL- STON, Wednesday. February 12. at 11 o'clock. Relatives and .friends respectfully invited. Contributions may be made in his memory to the; Children's Muscular Dystrophy, co Mahded Grotto Masonic Tern-: pie. 410 Washington St.. Dedham. Late member of Mahded Grotto Temple. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Everett. Of Pompano Beach. Fla.. lafWont; velove?i, o the piazza Of Dorchester formerly HEFFRON Of Dorchester. Feb. 9. Helen (Felton) Heffron. Father of Thomas D. Jr. Brother of John r. Heffron of Braintree. Mrs. Helen Beard and Mrs. Cecelia McGee of Dorchester, and Theresa Rigby of Squantum. Also the late Martm and Lawrence Heffron. and Mary Rnvwteripk. Fnnpral from the Dolall Funeral Home. 1140 Washington St., DORCHESTER LOWER MILLS, nn Wprtnwriav at R a.m. Wltn n ru neral Mas in St. Matthew's Church, at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Monday. 7-9, Tuesday. 2-4 and 7-9. HESSTOX In Dorchester. February 8. Elizabeth M. inee Rhilmgcr). Beloved wife of the late Thomas P. Hessicn. Mother of Mrs. Mary Boyd of Wayne. N.J.. Marruerite E. and Jeanne M. both of Bramtree. Grandmother of Jean Mo'cn-dyice of N.J. Also survived bv i,, sister Gerlr'jde J. Ehilinccr e Braintree. Funorni from the P.cr Wednesday. 2-4 and 7-9. Late resi dent-. 6 Willow Way. Late veteran of WW II. DAVIDSON Tn Snmprvill. Fphru- ary 9. Mark F.. beloved brother of Virginia O'Hanlon of Somerville ana utn uouttner ot Billerica. Services in the G. F. McKenna & Son Funeral Home. 390 Medford St . SOMERVILLE, Wednesday. February 12. at 1 P.m. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting nours. Monday. 7-9 p.m.; Tuesday 24 and 7-9 p.m. 10. 7 teeame Wl ham A " hplnveri huchanri nf iviargaret (uuraine): father of Mrs. Thomas (Joanne) Millin of Quincy, Mrs. Deborah Carbone. Kathleen. William and Phyllis, all of Dor- rhPStPr Cl-anrif athpr nf TvtipVi al son of Mary (Deveau) of Jamaica FITZGERALD Of Scituate fiam ana tne late F-dward FFRItARA Of East Boston. Feb. 0 Angelina (Pastore). beloved wife of Joseph, mother of Lt. Col. George A. Singer of Cheyenne.j Wy., Robert and Julia Ferrara. hoth of F.ast Boston, slater nf Helen Pastore of East Boston. James Pas-tore of Lynnfieid and the late John Pastore. Yolanda Pastore and Elsie Christopher. Also survived by 3 grandchildren. Funeral from the Rapino Memorial Home. 9 Chelsea St. (Maverick So.). EAST BOSTON, Thursday at 8:30. Funeral Mass in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church at 9:30. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Visiting hours Tues. 7-9, Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. (Parking in rear of funeral home. late Joseph E.. mother of George-: i"ie j. wanace oi ueiaware. Martha R. Cusolito of Melrose. William J, of Bellingham and John J. of Cincinnati, unio. runeral trom the Allen Funeral Home. 23 Forest St.. MEDFORD SQ.. Wednesday. February 12. at 9 a.m.: followed by a luneiral Mass in Saint Raphael's Church at 10 a.m Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Monday. 7-0: Tuesday. 2-4. 7-9 p.m. MANCTNI In Boston. Feb. 10. Robert, beloved husband of Dina i Pre- suttl): loving fther of Anthony and Robert of Boston: devoted son of Antonio and Pasqua Mancini. Funeral Thursday at 8:15 a.m. from the Michael Dello Russo & Son Funeral Chanek. 24 Fleet St.. BOSTON. Funeral Mass at 10:15 a.m. in St. I-eonard's Church. Relatives and friends am kinrilv in vited. Visiting hours Tuesday 7-9, neuiiesuay i aria (a. MARQUARDT In Dorchester. Feb ruary 10. Helen M.. formprlv nf Bernard St. Beloved daughter of hrt lata Can,n. II, 1 T?. rr y'y ,i?va wtuisc , 0I1U xaniilu 1. tiveitn) .iviarquarat. Mster of Augustus G. Marauardt. Mrs. Anna E Sexton. Mrs. Ethel B. Broadhurst. tuneral from the John C. Mulry Funeral Home. 2 King St.. at Dor chester Ave., DORCHESTER.pOTTINGER i si b a.m t uneral Mass : Greensboro, Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 7-9. Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9. Interment Holyhood Cemetery. Retired employee of the oi.-iir ouri'i rjailK irust. nard Kelly S: Son Funeral Home 8 MARSTON Of Islington Feb in Churrh St. DOR-HE ST FR ' nr. St Peter's Church" on Wcdneiy.; February 12 at 9 a.m. Funom! M?z at St. Peter's Church r.t 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. O'l-ins hours Monday 7-0. Tuesday 2-41 and 7-9. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. JONES Charles I. of Quincv. February 9, 1975. The beloved husband of Margaret (Petrone) of 211 Hol- ' brook Rd. Father of Charles P. of ToDeka. Kansas. Marearet Carvelli of ArlinRtoa end Priscilla Scliniep- ier or in.u. tsrotner of Lraraiame D'ambrosio and George Jones of I Dorchester. Also survived by 6 grandchildren. Relatives and friends pre respectfully invited to attend the funeral from The Keo-j nane f uneral Home. 7Hr Hancock St.. WOI.LASTON, Wednedav at 8:15. Funeral Maps in Sacred Heart Church at 9 a.m. Visiting hours Tuesday 2-4, 7-9. AIIston-Brighton MINIHANE'S FL & GARD. SHOP 373 Washington St., 254-1130 Flowers Spsak Words of Kindness Arlington SCOTT FLOWERS The Right Flowers lor any occasion 61 Forest St., 643-6660, 6665. Belmont EDGAR'S FLOWERS INC. 541 TrapeloRd.' 484-0600 , Boston TRAYNORSn Boston's Perpetual Flower Show Tributes of Distinction, Est. 1930. CO-6-3637 500 Albany St. Boston SUMNER BERLIN FLORIST Sheraton Boston Hotel, 267-4848 All Major Credit Cards accepted Cambridge GALGAY, THE FLORIST FTD 757 Mass. Av., Tel. 876-3693 Phone your BankAmericatd no. Danvers CURRAN BROS. FLORISTS 15 Park St. Danvers. 774-1446 Serving the North Snore Dorchester F. W. HOLBROW & SONS 1735 Dorchester Av., 288-6300 Needham CHARLES MORRISON FLORIST 1658 Great Plain Av.. 444-3051 All major credit cards accepted Qulncy-Braintree-Weymouth ROY'S FLOWERS INC 94 Washington St., 472-1900 Major Credit cards accepted by phone WAKEFIELD EDDIE SHEA'S FLORIST 27 Broadway. Wakefield 245-0179 West Roxbury-Roslindale ROB ROY FLORIST 1852 Centre St., 323-5900 Master Charge S BankAmencard latA PHiwarH H brother of Mrs. Mildred Reil of Texas, Mrs. Phyllis Page! of Hyde Park. Edward of Florida. Charles of West wood and Paul of Hyde Park. Funeral from the F. J. HiR-Eins Funeral Home. 4236 Washington !.. KOSMNDALE SQ.. Thursday. Feb. 13. at 8 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Gregory's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends in vited, visiting nours Tuesday and "Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 rj.m. Late Korean War veteran. Parking in rear of funeral home on Cummins Hwy. CARD OF THANKS Th family of the late JEREMIAH COLBERT Willies tn fiiank Air5. Anna Jaku-i bavt.yr; and son, of RT'tiliam. Mass. for the bcuiliful flowers they scnti th" rprr-nt. bereavement ot tne Colbert family. sud denly, in Weymouth, from auto accident. February 10. James M.. age 36 years. Of 16 Hornbean Kd. i formerly of 35 Highcrest Rd., W. Roxbury. and Watertown). Beloved husband of Margaret A. fSammartano). and devoted father of John R. Fitzgerald, both of TptHrionre. Beloved son nf James and Anne (Sullivan) Fitzgerald of Watertown. Brother of William of Watertown, and John Fitzgerald of Arlington. Also survived by 1 niece and .1 nephews. FuneTal from the Donald J. MaeDona d & hon Hi noral Home. 270 Main St.. WATER- TOWN. Friday. February Hlh. at fl a.m.. followed l)y a Funeral Mass at St. Frances Xavier Ca- brini Church. Hood Rd.. No. Scitu-Hlr. at 11 a.m. Interment. Veterans' Section of Curiworth Cemetery. Prituate. Relatives and friends re snectfully invited. Visitinjr hours. AVpf'nesdav, 7-9. and Thursday. 2-4 rnri 7-9 D.m. (Late Food Mgr. for SorvnmMinn nf N.E., and overseas Army Veteran ). FUNERAL DIRECTORY For a Memorable Service BOSTON 536-1000 JAMAICA PLAIN 522-9100 ' TOBIN FUNERAL SERVICE ROBERT J. LAWLER 666 Massachusetts Avs , Boston FUNERAL HOME Established 1905 3M Sou((, Huntlng(on Ave DORCHESTER CE $-4570 SOMERVILLE 625-0164 FITZGIBB0N FUNERAL HOME G.F. McKENNA SON 252 Adams St. 390 Medford Street EVERETT DU 9-0852 SOUTH YARMOUTH 398-2285 SHATTUCK FUNERAL HOME HALLETT FUNERAL HOME 60S Broadway 263 Station Ave Sprvmrj Cape Cod HVDE PARK 361-0916 WEST ROXBURY 323-8600 PENNACCHIO S SON JAMAICA PLAIN 524-2323 Funeral serv.ee irv:. WILLIAM J. GORMLEY FUNERAL HOME Servicmq Metropolitan Boston , . "1 166 River St 2055 Centre St.. West Roxbury 1 ! I i fci Hazrn C. husband of Helen i.'lilched ; brother of Mrs. Thelma' Roche of Koslindale: Mrs. Ger.il-dine Mat-key of Dedham. Private sct ices in the John F. Ho'deni "Westwood Funeral Home. 55 High' St.. (Off Rte. 1031. WESTwnnni Wednesday at 11 a.m. Donations'PRAY In Lynnfieid KEENAN- Of Dorchester. Feb. 9. Margaret M. (Boyd), wife of Jo seoh J. Keenan of 2:!fi Park St . nookl-nd. John Ortalfano and Wil- MiCARTHV liam Keenan of Dorchester. Sister, of Chester L. Boyd Jr. of Holly: Hill. Fla.. Albert O. of F1 Paso.; Texas. Warren J.. Charles M.. Earl 1j. and Catherine E. O'Keefe of l Dorchester. Carol G. Lonata of Quincy. and Louise M. Brewer of Rockland. Maine, also survived hv 3 erandchildren. Funeral from the McHoul Funeral Home. 354 Adams St.. (AT NEPONSET AVE.). Wednesday at 9:15 a.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Ambrose Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Vis-itinK hours Tuesday 2- and 7-9. mav be sent to the charity of your cnoice. MAXHAM Of Brockton, formerly of bo. Braintree. February 9. 1975. Edna M. (Gould) Maxham of 755 Crescent St.. Brockton, formerly ofl French Ave.. So. Braintree, wife ofi the late Elmer H. Maxham. Sr.;de-voted mother of Elmer H., Jr. of-So. Braintree, Mildred Cavlcchl of Brockton, Donald G. Maxham of Braintree Highlands. and Paul Maxham of Jeannctte. Pa. Sister of Carolyn M. Smith of Melrose and Helen Kcllctt of Boston. In addition she is snrt'ivert li.. t cmn children. Funeral services m the EADMAN Mortimer N. Peck Funeral Home. 51(5 Washington St., BRAINTREE, Wednesday at 11 a.m. Relatives mrl frieni invited. Visiting ho'irs Monday and Tuesday evening 7-9. of East Boston Feb. 9. Antonctte (Nina) (nee tanemi. ueiovea wue rt Anthrmv devoted mother of Angela Henehan of Dorchester, and ."Inriith Melven nf Smith Carolina daughter of Rocco of Dorchester; sister nf .lamps. Helen Monticavo. Armondo. and Olga. all of Dor chester. Vincent of New Hamp shire. Margaret Kivers ot Lnarlos-town. Josephine Eeonomo of Connecticut, and Pauline Natale of Hyde Park, and Jeaa Russo. and Rosemarie DelPrato of East Boston. Funeral from the Ranino Memorial Home. 9 Chelsea St. (Maverick Sq. i. EAST BOSTON, Werinesd;.vl at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in the Mt.! Carmel Church at 9:45. Relatives! and friends invited to attend. Vis-! iting hours Monday 7-9. Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9. Interment St. Michaels Cemetery. Parking in rear of funeral home. Please omit flowers. PILKI.'BN Jeanette. B. (Hartung) of Pembroke. February 10. Wife of the late Frederick C. Pilkuhn of Pembroke. Funeral service at the Shenherd Tuneral Home. Rte. 14. PEMBROKE CENTER, on Thurs day. February 13 al iu:au a.m. in Termor, in Wnodlawn Cemeteri Everett. Calling hours Wednesday, a-D and 7-a p.m. - Mildred (Clark), in N.C. Lived in Greens boro for the past 7 yeors. native of Rhode Island. Secretary of the N.b. Folk Dancers. Member of the Cam-bridee Hisloricfl Society and the Cambridge Shakespeare Club. She TEGAN was ol tne unitarian lann. orr j survived by daughter Dr. Anne Saab. :! sisters: Mrs. Hunter K'l-lenberKcr. Providence. R.I., Miss Evelyn Stone. Miss Mariorie Stone both of Belmont. Mass. Memorial Service 3:30 p.m.. Wednesday in Greensboro. Feb. 9. John Of Medford. formerly ol honier hie. reo. 9. James A. McCailhy. Brother of Mrs. Edward J. Ingram oi Lakewood N.J. Also survived by one niece and one grandniece. Funeral from the Gaffey Memorial Funera Home, 4.1 High St.. MEDFORD S. on Thursday. Feb. 13. at 9 a.m. Followed bv a Funeral Mass in St. Joseph's Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 7-9 n.m. Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Former employee of Kcnmore De-Dot Post Office. A., husband of BeryJ (Ashtoni Pray of 4U Salem St.. Lynnfieid. age 70 yrs.. father of Mrs. Anne Waite of Larchmont. N.Y.. and brother of Harriet Uhl of Swamp-scott. Mass. Funeral services wil be held in The Goodrich Funeral Home. 28 Washington St., Wednesday at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends Invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9. Those desiring mav make contributions to The Burin Institute of The Sh fitter's Hospital or the charity of their choice. - Entered into rest fob-' ruary HI. tela saran ineimain. urn; of Hallandale Fla.. and formerly of St. Louis Mo., wife of the late Attorney Abraham M. Radman. devoted mother of Betty Jane Esst- r.r TTilsnHalc Fla.. Manlvn Herman of Coral Games ria . ,io; Sandra Basch of Westwood, M:i.' Sister-in-lw of Mrs. Clara Gold-; stein of Milton. Services at the BERGF.R MEMORIAL CHAPEL. j 4715 McPherson Av.. St. .Louis. I Mo. Expressions of sympathy in her memory mav lie donated to the Kidney Foundation. KEI.I.EY In Haverhill. February! 9. 1975. Miss Nellie J. Kclley of! 131 Winona Ave. Survived by nnej niece, Amelia M. KpIIc.v, Milton.' Mass ,'t nephews. Rev. J. Dustor.; Kelley. S.J.. Campion Hall. No. Andover. Joseph G. Kelley. Milton. i Thomas F. Kelley. Jr. of Framinc- bam. 9 giand nieces and nenhrw.:. 5 great grand nieres and nephews. The funeral will he held from the, N. Power O'Connor Funer.-'l Hn"r, 4Kt, Main St.. i lite. 1251 HAVER-i HIIX. Wednesday morning at 9. A; funeral Mass will be celebrated in St. James Churcn at in o 'im Burial will be in St. James Cemetery. Visiiing hours at the funera TH, nA and 70 nm. KEI.I.EY George F. of Quincy. Fcb-nirv in 1Q75 the beloved hus band of Dorothy L. (Bryant i of 63! Arnold Kd.. father of Katherine Prineiotto of Quinry. brother of Catherine Kelley of Quincy. also survived h!r 2 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Keohane Funeral Home. 7H5 Hancock St.. WOI I. ASTON. Thi"-s-! day at 8:15. Funeral Mass in Sa- , r-rd He.irt r'h'lreh "t 9 .m. Visiting hnurc Tuesday 7-9. Wednesday 2 4 -nd 7 !). KFVNFDY Of Sci'irate. fnnnrrlv nf Marshfield and Newton. Feb. 9. Alexander. hi:sbnd nf the ',1r ALvs .losenhine (Boll:irrli Kcnr.rdv. beloved falhrr of Frederic: A. nr Scituate and Pnbrrt P. Kcnnrdv of W.-tcrtn'vn. also survived I'V fl grandchildren and R grer't grind children Services at c-: l.ukr'4' Fpiscopal Churrh. Sriturttc on ' Tuesday. Feb. 11 at 2 o in Hr!a- livcs onrl friends inviied F.'n'es sinns of sympathy may 'te made In the Charily of your choice. A: rancrments bv Gaffev Funeral 1 Home. SCITUATIty McCOLGAN of Arlington. February JO. Joseph I. formerly of 18 Perkins St., beloved husband of the late Anna F. ( Brady i McColgan; intner oi josepn J. .icalgan .11':. of West Orange. N. J.: also survived by 5 grandchildren. Funeral from the McAvny-Gatfey Funeral Home. 223 Mass. Ave.. AKLING-i -TON on Wednenday, February 12.! al 8 a.m.. followed by a Funer:il Mass in SI. James Church at 9 o'clock. Re'Mfives and friends in-, vitcd. Visiting hours Tuesday evening 7-9 p.m. MEEHAV Of Milton. Feb. 9. John! J. Median. Beloved husband of Mary E. iCronini: father of Richard L. Lockwood of Pembroke: brother of James Meehan of Dorchester. Funeral from the J.B. Cole! Sc Gleason Milton Home for Funerals. 5 Canton Ave., at MILTON MLLAGE on Wednesday at B:15 a.m. Funeral Mass at St. Angela's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Monday 7-9. Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9. Interment Mt. Benedict Cemeterv. West Roxbury. Contributions in his memory may be made to the Heart Fund. RIIEY In Boston. February 9. PtI-cilla: beloved mother of Mildred Anderson. Close friend of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Tyler, and Mr. and Mrs. Mirtiel Bernard. Funeral Service Wednesday 9 a.m. at Holy Trinltv church. 149 Shawmut Avenue. Boston. Family present Tuesday 7-S p.m. at J. B. Johnson I u-nr.mi ITnme. lnK Warren Street. ROXni'RY. Rtlaatives and friends: invited. RI'SSO Of West Roxbury. February l'l 197.1, rinse c.. oeioveo ciaisnuT of the lale George and Man" iRi-unoi Russo, drar sister nf Mrs. Albert (Anna; Ixi Cicero of New-York. Mrs. Raymond r Fr, nces , Dl Cerca of West Roxbury and the lale Nicholas and Louis Russo; loving aunt of Mrs. Robert i Virginia' Dnndero of West Medford and formerly of Maynard. Mass. Lind-sey N. Beloved husband of Isobel (Harker) Smith. Brother of Ruth O. Smith of Maynard. Funeral Wednesday 2 p.m. at the Twojnbly Funeral Home. 42 Summer St.. MAYNARD. Visiting hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. SPIEGEL Entered into rest Feb. 8. lXellie (Kur.zman), late of Miami Beach, Florida and formerly of Quincy. Beloved wife of Sidney Spiegel, devoted mother of Dr. Bernard Spiegel of Quincy and Mrs. Ruth Sharaf of Simsbury, Conn., loving sister of Isaac Kurtz-man and Dr. H.vnian Kurtzman of Quincy, Sadie Gordon of Brook-line and the late Benjamin Kurl7. man, dear grandmother of five grandcrildren. Services at the Stanetsky-Schlossberg-Solomon Memorial Chapels, 1668 Beacon St., ItUOOKI.INE, Tues., Feb. 11 at 11 a.m. Memorial Week will be observed at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Spiegel, 79 Puritan Dr., Quincy. In lieu of flowers expressions of sympathy in her memory may be donated to Youth Aliyah. SLXLIVAN Of Milton, by accident. Feb. 8. John P.. beloved husband of Mabel T. (Tatalias) Sullivan, father of Patricia A.. John P. Jr.. Jeffrey John, Kathryn M. and Robert John Sullivan. Son of Jeremiah and Margaret (O'Connor) Sullivan, brother of Timothy of Hopkinton. Mass.. Thomas of Braintree. Edward of Scituate and James Sullivan of Weymouth. Mrs. Mary Shea of Brighton and Mrs. Margaret Rose of West Boxbury. Funeral from the Dolan Funeral Home 1140 Washington st. DORCHESTER LOWER MILLS), on Thursday morning at 9 a.m. with a Funeral Mass in St. Mary of the Hills Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends Invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 7-9. Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Late member nf The Iron Worker's Union Loe. 7 and late employee of the MBTA. Sl'LI.O Of Norristown. Pa., formerly of Wakefield. Feb. 8. Nicholas A. of 1811 Gallagher Rd.. husband of Julia 'Gallagher! Sullo and father of Mrs. Marilyn Gatlo of Norristown: brother of Mrs. Bessie Flammia of Maiden. Mrs. Lena Coscia, Edward Sullo and Joseoh Sullo. all of Wakefield. Al-phonse of Stoneham and Anthony Sullo of Melrose, funeral from the McDonald Funeral Home. 19 Yale Ave.. WAKEFIELD Wednesday at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Joseph's Church. Wakefield at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends may call at the funeral home Monday 7-9. Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9. BURETTE In Orient Heights. East Boston, Feb. 9. Basil A., beloved husband of Lena (DeVeau). lather of Cclina M. Patton of California and Margaret Sauimier of Nova Scotia. Reposing at the Richard C. Kirby Funeral Home, 917 Bennington St.. ORIENT HEIGHTS, until Wednesday at 8 a.m. Funeral Mass at St. Joseph's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are respeci-fully invited to attend. Visiting hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. In Cambridge. Feb. 10. Teresa M. ( Walsh t beloved wile of Robert F. Tcgan. Mother of Robert F. Jr., John B.. Patricia A., Glenn M.. Joan. Marie C. Sister of John Vvalsil. Maigaret Sodc-rauist and Fred Walsh all of Cambridge. Funeral from the John J. Donahue & Son. Funeral Home. 66 Magazine Si , C'AMURIDGE, Wednesday Feb. 12 at 9 a.m. Followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Paul's Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends inviied. Visiting hours Tuesday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. TOSl'O In Orient Heights, East Boston. Feb. 8. 1975. Lena (Saggesei. beloved wife of John and mother of Marie Blockett. Adele Lowe. Jo-Ann Sharpe. ail of Bridgewater. Domcnic (Butch) Tosto of East Boston; and daughter of Adele Saggese of East Boston: sister of Anthony Saggese of Medford, Phil of Somerville, Pascjuaie. Armand. Josephine Albanese. Alberta Catania, al) of East Boston. Devoted grandmother of 14 grandchildren. Funeral from the Rapino Memorial Home. 9 Chelsea St., i at Maverick Square l EAST BOSTON. Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. I uneral Mass in St. Lazarus Church at 9:30. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Visiting hours Monday 7-B n.m. Tuesday. 2 4 and 7-9. Interment. W'oodlawn Cemetery. Late member of East Boston Ladies Lodge, Sons of Italy. No. 1000. (Parking in rear of funeral homei. TRAVEKS In Maiden. Feb. 9. formerly of Forest Hills, Margaret L. of 28 Murray Hill Rd.: daughter of the late John F. and Bridget (Me-Manusi Travers and aunt nf Celeste Lynch of Maiden. Helen. Audrey. Peter and William Travers of Koslindalc, T. Warren of Weymouth. John F. of Arlington, May Court emanche of Gardner, Robert of Boston. Barbara Roche of Marshfield and Celeste Roach of Long Island. N.Y. Funeral from the A. J. Rrcslin and Son Funeral Home. 610 Pleasant St.. MALDEN at Medford Line, Wednesday at 9:15. Funeral Mass at the Immaculate Conception Church at 10. Rel -atives and fnenris in ited. Visiting hours Monday 7-9. Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9. EVERETT C. BENTON LODGE A.F. & A.M. R-nald R. Di Occ of West Rox- s Iniry. grr;a' annl of Ronald M. Oi Wi'h rien itsml Brcl!ir"n are nnll-Cocoa. Funera! from the RF), Mur-'fjcd of the doaih nf Ilrolhcr Arthur r-y Funerp' How, 2000 Ontre St .' Sescrm;iii, oi Rrooklmr. runcr.il vu.si iioxuiKi. J nursday. too- services were held February 30. ru,!:y 1:j at 8. Func-al Mass in St John Chryfostom Church at 0:00. Relatives anH friends most kindly invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 7-9. Wednesday 24 and 7-0. Interment in Holyhood Cemetery, Brookline. MKI.TFR Philip of in Bniuli? Rd.. Biilenca on Feb. 10. beloved hub.-fiid .f MarK-'itoi fKHwi tic-vowd f.ither of Mlromb AleUzer of New H.m,pinrr, M iriorje K'lUirii.m n Amherst. Ronald Meltzrr of Lowell, Steven. D-ivid. La'ine. M;irci. Mciissa Melt.er. ail ol" Bl lone,: cl i - -- I " 1 rot her nt Ann Klhunn of Neutoii. S;ira Be! In ot Needham. Rr-ino- Gray of .ev.!nn and Je:J MeM.er ol' Brighton: alM uivaM bv 2 '-.Midf m!dr r n Service .it the Torf Funeral Chanel. 1M WahV.C-inn Ave.. 'in:i,M. on Tuesday. Feb. '1 at ll:M0 a.m. Intern. ent in Biiicrira. Memorial Wepk al his laie residence. Contribution in his neniory may be made tn the Heart Fund. J- SBRACCIA In Maiden, by sec! aent. i-eDruary , uan of Frances CRavanesi) Dean snd Miehael. son of Mrs. Mane (f andetti and the late Daniel J,, brother of Joseph. Funeral from the A. .T. Spadafora Funeral Homo. RS5 Main St.. MAUiFN. "Wednesday at 8 i m. Fu:.'':al Mns in SI. Peter's Church .,! 9 a. mi. Relatives r.nd frirnrK- are vt nr-t fully invited. Visi'int hour.. Tuesday 1 and 7 PHILIP WILSON. MaMcr LICHTF.NSTEIN, Secy. ANCIENT & HONORABLE ARTILLERY CO. sh n,,hanriiMembrrs notified of the death llrnj of .Sst. John A. Pray of Lynnfieid. on n? mS IVisi1mjf hours a the Goodrich Ku- On Ot Mrs. ! M ,. ii , no Tir-,PV1iwt C neral Home. 123 Washington St. L.vnn. Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Services at. the funeral home Wednesday. Fehuur.v 12 at 11 a.m. Meia-hert. are re-juested lo attend jn unl-torif. ROP.FPT L. MAK 'A. CapT. Cindg. RALPH L C.A HWFTT, Cl-rk. 8KROTA - Or, Sunday. Fr h. :. Ros-' , of A. Sirniui A"- r . Winltin, " ' flovol.ed iiidir i Wiilln Jo'-eii. '' lieiiived da i i ;:h' nf Alfred arui 'lie '( l.i'hai, Gir (r. id i of V:n thron: der ranfid,rjhte" '"d 1' Annie "Greeuf je'd : sc-trr of Barry of Mary. and. Graveside services at nn wood Tcnwir Park. Ji'ort h to? M.. R.tndnlnh en Wednesday. Feb.: 7-! 12 at 11 am. Memorial v.erk pri-i ate. IRON WORKERS' LOCAL, 7 r irHI'cl 1" .-MHIMI.!"' IliO dr tt .- ,1 -,r - JiiM'i i' Sul, "';im p'un'i;il .Mt thr- Du; u F:ni' Home. 1 MO l . 1 1 HI on S! ! , i.r.-,lrr .,mn-i : ;.i i : . T 1 1 i ' . ' i . , v . Fun' r :il ' '" il; -'i.iv iiinrn.'i' .i' KI IJ" in J.l.irv f thr Mill, hurrh. Mr t. V i 1 1 i 1 1 tr hniirv TuPrl.-v r'-n;,n? J ?t:'l 'r'ln( '-d i.' 2 4 filid 7-!l p in. PATnK K OU.INc l'rs EDWARD NOStWOKTHY, SCO',' UiAiMMm

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