The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on October 16, 1974 · 65
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Boston Evening Globe Wednesday, October 16, 1974 65 DEATH NOTICES ADAMS In Beverly. Mass. Oct. 14th. Mr. Hervey J. Adams. 70i years, .husband of Gladys lKer-shaw) Adams of 10 Weston ave. Keverlv. alher of Robert H.: 01 Saugus and Donald G. Adams 01 tieveny. Funeral services will bel held Thursday Oct. 17 in the Lee. in. )d v and Kusseu funeral Home. y Dane St.. Beverly at 11 a.m. Rel atives and inenas are invrtea 10 attend and may cay their respects! ' at the funeral home Wednesday 2-4 and 7-8 p.m. The Beverly Grange No. 306 will hold services Wednesday evening in the funeral home at i :cu p.m. BATES In Damarlscotta. , Me., cnHripnlv. October 15. Thomas E. husoana of Marion t'lwombly): Bates, formerly ot waiteiieid, ivia., father nf Mrs. Roger L. (Cynthia) Williams of North Wilmington, and naviri E. Bates of Harrington. K.l. Brother of Mrs. Virginia Parker nf Wellesley. Also survived by 4 grandcmldren. Funeral services at the Morrison Funeral Home, 13 ale Ave., WAKEFIELD, on Thurs day at l p.m. rrienus may can at the funeral home, on Wednesday 7-9 p.m. Masonic service by Golden Hule Lodge, on Wednesday at 7 p.m. . BERGSTROM Of Arlington, suddenly. Oct. 15, Carl Albert Berg strom, husband of Edith (Olofs-son i. father of Edith Burns of Arl ington. Carl I. Bergstrom of Tops- fie rt. Dorothy A. wood of Ohio also survived by brothers Eric of Utah. Oscar of caiiiornia, Gustave of Brazil. Emil of Arlington, and Anna Lundberg of Vermont, and 19 grandchildren. Services at the Berglund Funeral Home, 292 Mass. Ave.. ARLINGTON. Thursday. Oct. 17. at 11 a.m. Visiting hours Wednesday. 2-4 and 7-9 cm. Con- tributions to the Cancer Fund ap preciated. BOORAS In Charlestown. Oct. 13 Roseann fCullen) Booras, age 30 years, beloved wife of John D. Booras. daughter of Anna (Lordan): and John "Barney" Cullen of Charlestown, sister of Jane Cella and Eileen Semonelli, both of Charlestown. Funeral from the John H. Sawyer Funeral Homc: 329 Bunker Hill St., CHARLES TOWN. Thursday. Oct. 17, at 8:10, a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Frances HpSalpc Church at 9 o'clock. Rela tives and friends invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 7-9, Wednesday 2- 4 and 7-9 p.m. Late employee of Telephone Workers Credit Union. BOUZANE Of South Boston. October 13. Edward J., husband of the late Mary Florence (Dugan) and father of Mrs. Marie E. Torraville nf Commack L.I.. brother of Mrs. Hellen Penney. Mrs. Violet Curran and the late Charles M. Bouzane. Grandfather of Gordon Torraville. Visiting hours in the Josneh W. CasDer Funeral Home. 187 Dorchester St.. SOUTH . BOSTON. Tuesday 7-9 and Wednesday 2-4. 7-9. Funeral Mass at Nazareth Home for Children, 420 Pond St.. Jamaica Plain Thursday at 11 a.m. T.ate member of the "L Street Brownies." Interment in Mt. Benedict Cemetery. . BRl'HMUILKR In Medford. for - merlv nf Maiden, suddenly. Octo ber 3th. William N., residence 2 Walnut SI., be oved husband of Anne (Parrellin) Brohmuller, father of William N., Dorothea Fhert. snn nf Frances Anderson and the late William N.. Bruhmiil-I ler. Funeral f'-om the Carroll funeral Home. 721 Salem St.. Maple- wnnri So.. MALDEN. Friday at It a.m. Funeral 'Mass at St. Joseoh's Church. Maiden, at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Vis iting hours Wednesday 7-9, Thursday 2-4. 7-9. BURBF.CK Of Maiden. Oct. 15. ri M. (Ward), wife of Raloh E. of 31 Waite St., and mother of Barba ra G. Noreau of Falmouth, sister of Robert J. Vrd nf Maiden and Harold J. of New Brunswick. Canada. Funrfl sfniiccs wi'l be h"'rl ?t ine 'veir rnwp", iiom". '4 Salem St., MALDEN, on Friday. Oct. 18, at 10 a.m. Frinds ma" ,cr" at th f'-neral hnrp on Wednesday and Thursday 7-9 P.m. BI'SK 'n Ncwlon Lower Falls Harold B.. beloved husband of Mabel S (Shutter) Buse: father nf Jeanne Crowell of Hmcham and Rirharrl S Rusp nf Shelhv. N.P Memorial Service Thursday at 12 rnon in St. Mary's Eolscooal Church, Newton Lower Fall. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the American Cancer Societv. Arrangements by the Henry J. Burke Funeral Home. CALIA, Vito of 137 Salem st., in the North End of Boston, Oct. 16. beloved husband of Lena (Summa) devoted father of Peter of Ja-macia Plain, Frances Russo and Mary Ann Capobianco of Boston. Funeral from the John Cincotti and Sons Funeral Home. 7 Cooper St., Boston. Complete notice later. , CAMPBELL Of Billerica Oct. 14.! Mary H. (Kellcv) beloved wife of the late James E. Campbell, mother nl Mrs. Evelyn Cummincs of Somer- x-illp. .tamps V. TamnhpH nf Conn.. Mrs. Alice Shaw. Thomas and; Jncpnh Tarnnhpll all of BlllpriCa sister of Arthur W. Kelley of Somerville. Funeral from the Sweeney Memorial Funeral Home. KK Cnnpnrri Rri TSMIFRIf A on Thursday at 8 a.m. Funeral Mass at St. Mary's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends are respcctfull.vl invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 7-9i and Wednesday 2-4. 7-8 p.m. CAREY In Wakefield. October 13. Annie T. formerly of Harts Hill Rd. Survived by a sister. Mrs Theresa While of Providence. Rhode Island and by several nieces and nephews. Funeral from the Butler Funeral Home. 30 Albion St.. WAKEFIELD, Thursday October 17 at 8:15. Funeral Mass in SI. Joseph's Church at 9. Visit-"1E hours Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 0. CIMMRERS In Dorchester. Oct. l.i. Frank W.. beloved son of the late Frank W. and Sarah E. (Gale-lvi Chambers: brother of Charles O. of West Roxburv and Lillian F. Chambers of Dorchester. Funeral from the John C. Mulry Funeral Home. 2 King St. at Dorchester Ave.. DORCHESTER. Friday at 8 a.m. f uneral Mass in St. Marks Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Wednesday 7-9, Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment Holyhoorl Cemetery. Retired Corrections Officer. Suffolk County House Of Correction, Deer Island. CHARAK Entered Into rest on Orl. 15. Leo of 5S0 Cross si.. Mai den. Beloved husband of Ihe late1 Hum ivaiinfKyi ana devoted lather of Susan J. Yarrow of Der-wond. Maryland and loving brother of William of Chelsea and Harry of I ambridge. Dear prandiather n( Eric Yarrow. Services at Stanets-kv-Schlossbcre-Goldman Memorial Chanel. 174 Kerry st.. MALDEN. on Wednesday. Oct. lb at 2 p.m. Me morial week will be observed at his late residence through Friday noon, Oct. 18. Expressions of sympathy in his memory may be donated to the Diabetes Foundation, co wow rjnsiand ueaconess Hospital, 170 Piljrini rd., Boston. 772 LaGrange St., FA 3-25 nr. St. Joseph's Cemelcry, West Ro. A I No. Car, St., Broiklon, JU 6-6S68 531 Cummins Hwy., Roslmdale 583 Ml Auburn Si.. Cambridge 84 Penn Si , Ouincy. Tel. 323-3690 Monumental Works 114 Berkshire St.. Camb . 547-3818 1205 Mass! Ave., Arhngion 648-MM 218 Willard St., Quincy, 47 1 -0250 911 Adorns St., Dorchester Free booklet. Open 9:30-5 47 Everelt Ave., Chelsea 02150 889-1562. Open Sunday. Bronze Markers For Memorial Parks Display S Ollice (387-3D80) 232 Fuller St., Everett Vonufnls S bronp mpmonall lor all cas. 3800 Washington St.', Roshr.dale Sine 1862 Mass. Leadinq Monument Specialists 524-4U0O DEATH NOTICES mm SHAW Of Weymouth, for merly of Braintree. Oct. 14. Cathe rine (uavis). rjeioveo wue oi w. Clifford Cockshaw of 75 Donald St.. Weymouth. Beloved mother of Arthur of Weymouth, Miss Corinne and Mrs. Charlotte Branum and Clifford Cockshaw all of Braintree. Reposing at the Cartwright Funeral Home. 439 Washington St., BRAIN- TRFK Fimnral sprvirp-ft nrivate on Thursday. Relatives and friends re spectfully invited to attend. aiung nours weanesaay evening u iipn nf flnwerfi. memorials in Mrs. , Cockshaw's memory may be made to the Salvation Army. 147 Berke-! ley St.. Boston. Burial in Mt. Hop cemetery, Boston. milTlAH , Of MpdfnriL Oct 14. William Ji.: nusoana or ine iaie Margaret M. Kiley): Deiovea ia- Ihur nf William F.. Jr. of Concord. James F. of Somerville. Mrs. Doris! M. Ingegneri of Burlington: broth-; nf Mice Marffarpt S. f!nlleran Of Medford. Also survived by 14 grandchildren. Funeral from the Gaffey Memorial Funeral Home, 43 ,oh st nrr.rfiRn SQUARE on Thursday. Oct 17 at 9 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass in St. .Jo seph cnurcn at iu:uu. neiauvca and friends invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 7-9 and Wednesday 2-4 and 7-a p.m. Late reurea m., Mediord Police Dept. fnif.ivs Thnman F Sr.. in Ouincy, Oct. la. Beiovea nusuanu i late Catherine M. (English) Collins. Father of Thomas F. Collins Jr. pf Quincy and brother of John J. Collins of Quincy. Also survived by J grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Reposing at the Joseph Sweeney rmnerai nome. n bij r-. il , -,X' t7 irVTl B until 9. o'clock Thursday morning. Funeral Mass in tne cnurcn oi uur wu nt n.nnti rnnnsei at 10 o'clock. Rel atives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment Mt. Wollaston. Late member of the Hily Name Society and life member of the Haverhill Lodge B. P. O. Elks No. 165 CONNOLLY Of Maiden. .Oct. 15. ttarDara L., or n mountain nvi.. mother of Michael Connolly of Mnrth Rpariinff. Services at Edger- ley & Bessom Funeral Home, 743 Main St.. READING, Thursday. Oct. 17. at 11 a.m. Friends may call Wednesday evening 7-9. Contributions may be made in her memory to the American Cancer Society. COSTELLO Of Weston, formerly of Jamaica riain, uci. u. Attorney Walter F. Costello. beloved husband of the late Kathleen M. (Bra-zelll. father of Kathleen M. Gre- nier of Jjeonam. Attorney jonn w. Costello of Weston and the late Marion Costello of Jamaica Plain. Also survived by 13 grandchildren and 3 great Krandchildren. Residence 200 Ridgeway Rd. Funeral from tne George t. uonerty ana Cnne Vllnal UnH. Alt lllacllintf- ton St.. WELLESLEY, Thursday at 9 a.m. uneral Mass m St. Julias Church. 374 Boston Post Rd.. West on at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends kindlv invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 7-9 and Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9. interment St. Marys Cemetery, Lynn. Expressions of sympathy may be made in his memory to Mt. St. Vincent Center, 225 Oakland St.. wellesley.. O - In ,d'rd L October 13. Veronica C. (Myers) of 18 H Walk- ling Court, wife of the late David E.. mother of Mrs. Joan R. O'Hara of Medford and Mrs. Mary L Taylor of Brockton and sister of Leonard Myers of Medford. Mrs. Marguerite costello ot soutn Boston ana r Tannic Mvprs nf Stnnphnm. Fuvived by 9 grandchildren. Funeral from the A. J. Breslin & Son Funeral Home. 610 Pleasant St.. MALDEN AND MEDFORD LINE. Thursday at 8:15. Funeral Mass at St. Ra- nhanl's Church at fl. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 7-9 and Wednesday 2-4 and 7-8. CRIVELLO Of Wakefield. Oct. 14, Mary E. (Canmzzo) of 38 tteoneia t?H Wirtnw nf Mariano Crl- vello and mother of Mrs. Anna deGaravilla of Wakefield, Mrs. Lee T.vnch nf No. Andover. Peter and Anthony Crivello of Somerville snH .Tnsenh Cr velln nf WOOUrn. Funeral from the McDonald Fu-, neral Home. 19 Yale Ave.. WAKEFIELD, Thursday at 9 a.m. Funprat Mass In SI. .losenh Church at 10 o'clock Relatives and friends! may can at tne lunerai nomc. Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9. r-ROSSI.AND In Nashua. N.H., October 14. Roy R age 70, of 101 Valleycrest Trail, Nashua, N.H., formerly of 11 Procter Circle, Peabody. Husband of Mary (Tho mas) Crossland. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, October 17, at 2 p.m., at the Conway Funeral Home. 12 Chestnut St., PEA-BODY. Visiting hours on Wednesday, from 2-4, and 7-9 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Former Proprietor, Crossland Sunoco, Lechmere So... Cambridge. DAHL Of Wonurn, and Drakes Island, Wells, Me., formerly ot, Maynard, Andrew W. in his 77th year. Husband of Edith fGarlick) and father of Arlene Taylor of Woburn. Funeral Thursday at 2 p.m. from the Fowler Funeral Home. 42 Concord St., MAYNARD, Calling hours 7-8 Wednesday. DAVIS Entered into rest October 15 Henry of 8641 North West 29th Street, Ft. Lauderdale. Florida. Beloved husband of Frances (Fritz). Devoted father of Richard Davis of Buffalo. N.Y. and Bunny Budd of Buffalo. N.Y. Loving brother of Rose Davis of Elizabeth. N.J.. and f rances uoren of Florida, and the late toward M. Dav s. Dear grand father of 7 grandchildren. Services at the Stanetsky-Schlossberg-Solo- mon Memorial Chapels. 824 Washington Street. CANTON Thursday. October 17 at 1 D.m. Memorial week will be observed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams. 25 Ited wing Hoart. We eslev. Ex pressions of sympathy in his memory may be donated to the Heart Fund or Marriage Encounter. DrPRIMlO In North Cambridge. Oct. 13. 1974. Margaret M. (Kir-win), of 62 Clay St-, beloved wife of Paul F.; mother of Paul F. De-Primio Jr. Sister of Ursula Palmer of Rhode Island and Raymond Kir-win of California. Also survived by one granddaughter. Funeral from the Keefe Funeral Home. 2175 Mass. Ave., on Thursday morning at 8. followed by a Funeral Mass in St. John's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours Tuesday. 7-9 P.m., Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Please omit flowers. DESMARAIS Tn Dorchester, sud denly, Oct. 14, Albert H.. beloved son of Albert and Mary (Flaherty) Desmarais: loving brother of . Jean M. Kiley of Marshfield: James J.. Paul F. Desmarais and Ann L. Flynn. all of Dorchester. Visiting hours in the Murphy Funeral Home. 1020 Dorchester ave.. DORCHESTER, Tuesday 7-9. Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9. Funeral Mass in St. William's Church Thursday morning Oct. 17 at 10. Relatives rnd friends invited. Late member o'f the Bricklayers Union Local No. 3. Parking in rear of funeral home. nEWEY In New London. N.H. Mon day, October 14, 1974, Bradley Dewey, age 87. formerly of Cambridge, Mass., beloved husband of the late Marguerite Dewey and father of Bradley Dewey Jr.. of Hanover, N.H., Mrs. Douglas G. Carroll Jr. of Brooklandville. Md., Mrs. S. Leonrad Kent III of Andover. Mass. and the late Davis R. Dewey II of Lincoln, Mass. Services at St. Andrews Episcopal Church, New London. N.H.. 3 D.m.. Thursday. October 17. In lieu of flowers memorial conlribi'linns may be made to the New Lonn Hospital, New London, N.H. Sj257. Dil.ORF.NZO Of Phoenix. Arizona, formerly of Milford. Oct. 14. Flea C. (D'Amico), wife of the late Nicholas; mother of Donald of Phoenix. Arirona: Nicholas of Al-buoueruue. New Mexico, and Anne Connor of Milton. Funeral 'rom the Kellett Funeral Home. ?3 Wot St.. MILFORD, on Friday. Oct. 18. al 8 a.m. followed bv a Funeral Mass in Sacrct Heart Church, Mil-ford, at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Wednrjnv 7-9 p.m. and Thursday 5-4 and 7-9 p.m. Burial at Sacred Heart Cemetery. Dl'KES In South Boston, Oct. 13, Etta, beloved sisler of Sarah Taylor; aunt of Thelma Campbell, Veronica Collier, Etta Davis, Theo- ' dosia Bledsoe, George Goooman, ! v-vrd Goodman. Lucrelii Thomas, Gloria Houston and Joseph Taylor; also survived by a host of relatives and friends. I Funeral Service Friday 1 P.m. at 1 A.M.E. Zion Church. Visiting I hnnr Thursday 7-0 n m. at thp Church. Arrangements by J.B. Jni,nni Funeral Home. 19(1 War-i ren St., fioxbury. Relatives and' friends invited. ELMS Of Wellesley Hills. Oct. 14, Georgia May (Boshelll Ellis. Beloved wife of tile late Oliver Eecd Ellis. Mother of Georsla Ellis Ireland of Wellesley Hills. Grandmother of Oliver Ireland of Wellesley Hills. Emory Ireland of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Memorial services will be held in the Methodist Church. Melvin, III. Expressions of: sympathy may be made in her memory to the American cancer Society Hoston. Arrangements D.v the Georae F. Doheriy and Sons Funeral Home. WM LI Si E V. Joseph T. Sullivan. Successor THOMAS C. O'DQNNELL FUNIRAl SIHVICI SOUTH BOSTON ANdrew 8-3088 88 West Broadway DEATH NOTICES ENEGUESS Of Frannghjra. . vvnn.Milpt uririnlv- Oct. 14. 1974. Francis T.; beloved husband nt inHith a sRiishev): son of Jen nie (Lawrence) Eneguess of Marl-) ooro ana tne late i nomas v. xaie-guess; brother of Sr. Joanne tne- gueSS. M.f.V. OI VCUCuii nwiKr my, Worcester, Paul J. and Thomas J. Eneguess of Marlboro. Funeral jrom tne suuivan, mi"i. g'X' 7D T irtpnln St MARLBORO. Thursday. Oct. 17. at 8:15. followed Dy a f uneral mass in iu muuu-iat fnnppntinn church. Marlboro. at 10 a.m. Visiting hours Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Relatives and lrienas Kinaiy invneu. frnst or F.vcrett. suddenly Oct. 15. Gertrude M. (Dittmer) Ernst, be-l loved wile ot tne law uvin i. F-net. mnthpp tit Mr, Janet R. Tyler of Everett and Mrs. Carol A. Woods of Three Rivers, Mass.: sister of Walter Dittmer of North Chelmsford, Fred Dittmer of Phoe nix. Ariz.. Doroiny jonnson oz Boothbay Harbor. Me. .and Ruth Bailey of Goffstown. N.H. Funeral services will be held at the. Chapel of J. E. Henderson . Co.. 517 Broadway. EVERETT on Friday at 11 a.m. rnenas may call ai me chapel. Thnrsday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers contributions m her memory to the Heart Fund would be appreciated. FALLER Formerly of Newton. October 11, in West Covins. Calif.. Mary Louise (Watts). Beloved wife of Robert. Mother of David. Daughter of Margaret and the. late David G. Watts of Brighton. Sister of Brig. Gen. David E. Watts of i Japan, Richard of Jackson. Miss.. Helene Leone of Newton. Privatei service St. ineresa s cnapei, Monrovia. Calif. FARETRO Of Woburn. formerly of Meaiora, uct. is, virginio, oi 70 Warren Ave., husband of the late Marv G. (Palermo), father of Vincent Faretro of Woburn, Guy Faretro of Burlington, Elsie Lanni of Winchester, urace carpenno oi Woburn; brother of Mary Nolan of Arlington. Adeline McAvoy of. Hoslindale, ana Margaret rarer of Boston. Funeral from the Mc-i Laughlin Funeral Home, 54 Pleas- ant St.. WOBURN, Friday at 8:13. Funeral Mass at St. Charles Church at 9 a.m. Visiting hours Wednesday 7-9, Thursday 2-4 ana (- p.m. FITZGERALD In Belmont, former- v nf I arnnrinee. Ruaaeniv ucl it. John T.. beloved husband of Agnes (O Connor); lamer oi uoroiny n, F,t-0pralH nf Rplmnnt and Marie A. Mainnev nf Rurlinfftnni grandfather! of Karen M. Maloney: brother of the late raui mzgeraia oi cam-bridge. Funeral from the. Stanton Funeral Home. 788 Mt. Auburn St.. WATERTOWN, Thursday at 8 a.m. Funeral Mass in the Sacred Heart Church. Watertown at 9:00. Rela tives and lrienas respecnuuy invited to attend. Visiting, hours Tuesday 7-9. Wednesday, ,2-4 and 7-9 pm. Interment Cambridge Cemetery. Late member Faculty of the Fletcher School. Cambridge, member of St. Peter's Nocturnal Society. Past President of Cambridge Teachers Association. . . Assistant Treasurer of the Cambridge Teachers Credit Union. Contributions, in his memory may be made to the Heart Fund. vrnwK Tn FirArptt Oct. 15. Julia """" 'f.,""!'; -xi- ik. f . f orae, oeioveu aaumci . i.u Up-v T an1 Jennie A. (An derson), aunt of Marie DeRubeis of Everett. Marguerite Shepard of Melrose, and the. late Evelyn Perry of Conn. Sister-in-law of Matilda Forde of Melrose. Funeral from the John . wara ec ssh.iujiji: Home. 77J Broadway. Friday. Oct. 18 at 9:15 a.m. Funeral Mass at St. Therese's cnurcn .ax iu a.m. -tives and friends invited to attend. n.ltintf hntin Thnrarlav 24 and 7- 9 p.m. Interment Glenwood Ceme tery, nease umu nwww, tinne in hp inemnrv may be made to the Julia F. Forde LaFayette Scholarship Fund. Late member Oblates of Mary Immaculate. Jesuit Seminary Guild. National Educational Association, Mass. . Teachers Association, Everett Teacners Association and the Ladies Sodality. DAWirv Tn ramhrtHffe Oct. 13. 1K74. Kutn 1 nuiier j. wiic vi i,t, irthn, r Fnwler and mother ol Maxine Moore, Ruth Ridley. Philip D. and John A. Fowler and Natalie McPhail; also survived by 38 grandchildren. 157 jrrcat-grana-. children ana greai-reair-Kijiu-children. Funeral services in St. Peter's Episcopal Church. Mass. a ,,p at Gpllpr St Thursday. Oct. 17 at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends invited, calling nours at ine wai-son Funeral Home. 11 Magazine St. at Central sq. Wednesday 7-9 p.m. FOX Phyllis (Bettencourt). of Cambridge, formerly or, wuincy. Oct. '14. 1974. the beloved wife of Bryan fox, or woi mass. jv.; riaitirMer nf Eileen (MacDonaldl Bettencourt of Quincy; sister of' Barbara Wasser of Belmont .and granddaughter of Margaret imc-Isaac) MacDonald of Quincy. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Keohane Funeral Home. 785 Hancock St.. WOLLASTON, Friday at 8.15. Funeral Mass in Sacred Heart Church at 9 a.m. Visiting hours Wednesday 7-8. Thursday 2 4 and 7-9 p.m. FRANKS In Roxbury. Oct. 14. Louis! beloved uncle of Mrs. fcisie lull and Horis Franks. Funeral Service Thursday 10 a.m. at J. B. Johnson Funeral Home, 198 Warren St., ROXBURY. Visiting hours Wed nesday 7-9 p.m. at the Funeral Home. Relatives and lrienas invitea. FRASFR Tn PnmTi9T)n Beach. Flor. Ida. Formerly of Mediieia. ucioper 13. 1874, Jonn A. sr., nusoana oi the late Olive May (Pitchford) Fraser and father Of John A. Fraser Jr. of Medfield. Funeral services from the Roberts-Mitchell MEDFIELD Chapel, 15 Miller St.. on Thursday, October 17th at 10 a.m. Visiting hours on Wednesday ?-v.eni"f,7"?pi'!,'eLment Vme Lakei Cemetery, Medfield. FULLER Constance (Grecnough) at west cnop, Marinas vuieyaro, on October 12. age, 98 years. Widow of Samuel L. Fuller and daughter of Charles and Mary (Vsse) Greenough. She is survived by 3 daughters-in-law. 6 grand-rhilriren. and' la great-grandchil dren. Funeral service will take place on Monday. October 14, at iu a.m. at Grace Episcopal Cnurch, Vinevard Haven. Arrangements by the Sylvia Funeral Home. Cause way Koad. vineyard naven. GILLIGAN Of Wellesley Hills, , Oc tober 14, Thomas W., Deiovea nus-band of Martha J. (McDonald) fa-; ther of Donna J. and Matthew J. Gilligan, and the late Robert S. Gilligan. brother of Mrs. Mary A. Sutherland, Francis Gilligan. Mrs. Celia Byrne and Richard Gilligan. Late residence 12 Edgewater Dr. Funeral from McNamara Funeral Home. 460 Washington St.. BRIGHTON, (at Lake St.) Thursday morning at 9:00, Funeral Mass in St. John the Evangelist Church. Wclleslev Hills, at 10:00. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Newion cemetery, visiting nours Tuesday. 7-9 p.m. and Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Robert S. Gilligan Memorial Scholarship Fund, co St. Sebastian's Country Day School. Newton would b appreciated. GIVONETTI In Framingham. Oct. 14. Dorina T. Beloved wife of the late Alberta Givonetti and devoted mother of Led S. Givonetti of Medford and Mrs. Michael (inesi DiGregorio of Framingham. 5 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren. Funeral from the Eugene J. McCarthy and Rnn Funeral Ho-Tie. 11 Lincoln St.. FRAMINGHAM. Thursday morning at 8:15. fol lowed by Funeral Mass at 9 a.m.! in St. Stephen s Church. Framing ham. Calling hours Tuesday eve ning 7-9, Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9. GRIFFIN In Roxbury, Oct. 11, James A. Jr., beloved husband of Ruth (Jones), son of James and Ev; Griffin. Brother of Willie Mae. and Eric Rich, Robert and Raymond and L. C. Griffin, Caponia, Daisy, Dorothy. Henry, and William Grif fin. Funeral service Thursday at 1 p.m. at J. B. Johnson Funeral Home, 196 Warren St., ROXBURY. Visiting hours Wednesday 7-0 p.m. I at the funeral home. Relatives and friends invited. GOLDBERG On Tuesday, October 15. Anna (Adelson), of 121 Center St., Brookline. Wife of the late Louis, devoted mother of the late Bernard and Sanford. Sister of Ruth Adelson of Brookline, Lester Adelson ol St. Louis, Gladys Steinberg of Conn., and the late Etta Kinestone. Dear aunt of War ren Adelson. Services will be held ... L,i-,iu: i.iMui-1. ii n'v.iu, "i., nrooKiine, weanesaay, cciooer 16, at 1:30 p.m. "V.V - Ti tlrT In Anaheim, Calif. William C, Jr. Beloved father of: Penny and Dawn Marie GullaBe of Chrlsca. Son of Dorothy Farlole of fhclRoa nnri William r n.tllaB Sr of Anaheim, Calif. Brother of Honcrt a. uullage of Anaheim and Richard C. Gulla nf Chelsea. Fu neral from the Frank A. Welsh and Sons Funeral Home, 718 Broadway. CHELSEA Thursday. Oct. 17 at 9:30 a.m. Funeral Mass In St. Sose Church at 10:30 a.m. Relatives and friends most kindly Invited, Visiting hours Wednesday only 4-4 and 7-9 P.m. Pnrlclnv nnnnsit Funeral Home. Interment Woodlawn Ceme tery. HM.I.IGAV Henrietta f Griffin) In Quincy, Oct. 14; beloved wife of tne lare i-eicr A. Malligan: motner or Robert P. Halllgan of Westwood "nd Mrs. Marguerite R. Hofrman of Lykens. Pa. Also survived by 4 grandchildren. Rposlng at the Joseph Sweeney Funeral Home, 74 Elm St.. OUINCY CENTER, until 9 o'clock Thursday morning. Funeral Mass In St. John's Church at 10 o clock. Relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to attend. Visiting hours Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment Marlboro. Late member of the Daughters of Isabella and past Commander of the Bessie Edwards Post A. L. ot Boston. Veteran W.W. .1 DEATH NOTICES HALPERIN On Monday. Oct. 14. Cecelia I. of Framingham. formerlyi of wellesley and Nalick. daugmer nf the late Fannie and Jacob Hal- perin. devoted sister of Edith East man ana Anne iieane ot xucson, Ariz., and f Jnlriip Keith nf USDrev. Fla. Graveside services at the Fra- mingnam-Natick neorew cemetery, Windsor Ave.. Natick. on Thursday. Oct. 17 at 11 a.m. Remembrances in ner memory may be made to tne cusning Hospital, i ramingnam. nODRTNg In Arlington. Oct. 13. Al fred J., husband of the late Elizabeth J. (Mclssac) and father of Donald D. Hodgins of Arlington. Funeral from the John R. O'Don-Tipll Funpri.1 Hnme. 1021 Mass. Ave.. ARLINGTON. Thursday. Oct. J 7 at 8 a.m. Funeral Mass at St. ames Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends kindly invited to attend. Visiting hours Wednesday 2-4 ana v-8 p.m. HODGSON In Dorchester, October 11. Rav R. (Baker). Beloved wife of the late Edward P. and devoted mother oi tawara it. oi jaouiaer, fnlnrarin. Also survived by 3 grandchildren and 1 great-grand- philri Funeral from the John J. O'Connor Funeral Home, 740 Adams St.. (NR. GALLIVAN ri.VD.1 Thursday morning at 8 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Ann's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. Visit ing nours luesaay evening i-w Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9. HUDSON Of Reading, Oct. 15. James R husband of Bertha L. (Hill-yard), of 237 Main St.. and father of Mrs. jonn r. uoan a. j joicimci of Reading and brother of Herbert of St. Petersburg Beach, Fla. Services at the Edgerly & Bessom Funeral Home. 743 Main St., READING. Friday, Oct 18 at 11 a.m. Friends may call Thursday evening 7-9. Contributions may be made in his memory to the American Cancer Society. ISEMAN Of Osterville. formerly of Everett, uciooer io. iwurcr (Matthews) Iseman. Beloved wife of Charles E. Iseman. Mother of Mrs. Verna L. Carreiro of Eve-.ptt Mr. Terrain G. Faulstick of Everett, Bernard C. Iseman of MpHfnrd. carl is. iseman. oi in.i., Mrs. Pricilla E. McAleer of Everett, and Mrs. Lillian E. Cole man nf Osterville. uunerai serv ices will be held at the Chapel of J.E. Henderson Co., 317 jjroaaway, EVERETT, On Friday, at 1 P-m. Friends may call at the Chapel, Thursday, 2-4, and 7-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Heart Fund, in her memory, would be appreciated. KELLEY In West Koxbury. October 14, Ruthford J., beloved hus band of Marie E. (Beniaminsen): father of Patricia Marie Smith of West Roxbury. James E. Kelley of Orleans; also survivea by 3 grana-children. Funeral from the William J. Gormley Funeral Home. 2055 Centre St. (near La Grange St.). WEST ROXBURY, Thursday. October 17. at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Theresa's Church, at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends invitea. visiting hours, Tuesday, 7-9: Wednesday, 2-4. 7-9. Retired division en gineer. Boston P.W.D.: oast com mander West Roxbury Post 167 A.L.; St. Theresas H.N.s. KERRIGAN In Charlestown, by accident. October 13. Thomas L. beloved son of the late Catherine (Meechan). ana Charles Kerrigan. Devoted brother of Theresa Martin nf Arlington and Anthony Ker rigan of Somerville. FFuneral from the John H. Sawyer Funeral Home. 329 Bunker Hill St.. CHARLESTOWN Friday Oct. 18. at 8:10 a.m. Funeral Mas. in St. Francis de Sales Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited Visiting hours Thursday 2-4; 7-9 p.m. Re tired employee oi Mass. uenerai .Hospital. KIMBALL In Stamford, Conn., Oct. 15. Joseph S.. in his 84th year. of 43 Beach Bluff Ave. Swamp- scoti. nusoana ot tne late Gladys (Brush) Kimball, survived hv son Kirhard A. Kimball, of Da- rien. Conn., formerly of Marble-head, Mass. and by three grandchildren. Memorial service at the Old North Church. Marblehead on Friday. Oct. 18. at 3 p.m. Mr. Kimball was a graduate of Phillips Academy. Andover. Mass. and Yalei university class or 1812. rroprieior of the investment firm J. S. Kim-i ball & Co.. of Boston, Mass. KDMFMrntlK Of Wilmington. Oct 15, pnuip of 33 swain ko. nusoana of Barbara (King); tamer or fninp of Calif.. Paul E. of Tewksbury, Catherine N. Campbell of Methuen. Walter R. and David P.. both of Wl mington. Son of Paul Komen- chuk of Woburn; brother of Walter of Wilm neton. Olga Dai ey of Mai den: Paul, Anna Donahue, and Alexandra McUurl, all of WODurn. Services at. (hp Graham Funeral Home, 3 Arlington Rd.. WOBURN, Friday at 11 a.m. Visiting hours Wednesday 7-8 and Thursday 2-4, 7-9.- KREEVOY Entered into rest Oct. 15, Herman M. of 51A 2nd St., Framingham. Beloved husband of Gertrude (Silverstein), loving bro ther of the lata Edward and Matthew Kreevoy and Ida Shapiro. Services at the 6tanetsky-Sch-loossberg-Solomon Memorial Chapels, 1668 Beacon St., BROOK-I LINE, Thursday, Oct. 17 at 10 a.m. Memorial week will be observed at his late residence thru Sunday evening. Expressions of sympathy in his memory may be donated to a charity of your choice. LaFOREST In Cambridge. Oct. 15. 1974. Ernest J., helnved husband nf Mary (Autcrioi. brother of lsabellc uuenern of waltham. and Albert LaForest of Nashua. N.H. Funeral from the William T. Hlckcv & Sons Funeral Home. 75 Huron Ave.. CAMBRIDGE, Friday at 8. Funeral Mass in St. Peter's ' Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends kindlv invited. Visiting hours Wednesday evening 7-9, Thursday 2-4 and 7-9. Parking area opp. funeral home, LAMB In Cambridge. Oct. 13. Mary E. (Allen) beloved wife of the late 'William E. Lamb: mother ot noiana Meiin. nawaru Mean, both of Cambridge: sister of Margaret Sargeant, Catherine Ioven, Joseph Allen all of Revere, Rita Allen and James Allen both of Lynn. Funeral from the John J. Donahue and Son Funeral Home. 66 Magazine St.. CAMBRIDGE Thursday, Oct. 17 at 8 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass in the Church of the Blessed Sacrament at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting; hours Tuesday 7-9 p.m.. Wednesday 2-4. 7-9 p.m. LaRIZZA In Chelsea. October 14. Lillian (Silva). residence 2l-t Web ster Ave., beloved wife of Rudolnh LaRizza and mother of Terry Mc-Lelian of N.H.. Evelyn Moore of Arizona, and Gloria Scandone of Peabody, sister of Josephine. Philip. Anthony. Joseph, John, and Paul Silva; also survived by seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Funeral from Frank a. vvcisn Ac sons f uneral Home. 718 Broadway. CHELSEA. Thurs day. Oct. 17 at 8 a.m. Funeral Mass in ai. nose cnurcn at u a.m. Relatives and friends most kindly invited. Visiting hours VJprinpidav only. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Parking op- puaue lunerai nome. interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Everett. LEV'EEN On Tuesday. October 15, Percy P., of 615 Chestnut Hill Ave.. Brookline. beloved brother of Caroline. Either, and Hilda Le-veen, Rita Reed, and Leo Lcveen. Graveside services will be held at the Hand In Hand cemetery. Centre St., W. Roxbury. on Thursday, October 17, at 2 p.m. LUDWIG Of Brighton. Oct. 14. 1974. Catherine V. (O'Conncll). beloved wife of Harold J. Ludwig; mother of Harold J. Jr. of Burlington: Martin J. of Oregon; Edward E. of North Attleboro. and William F. nf Maryland: sister of Mrs. Ger- aldine Breen of Hlngham. Alsoi survived by 18 grandchildren. Funeral from the 3. Warren Sullivan Funeral Home. 3S Hcnshaw St. (opp. St. Elirabeth's Hospital). Thursday at 8 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Columbkille's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 7-9 and Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. M,,D0NALD Uncxpecledlv in Ll. fnnnrrlv nf stoughton, Oct Dorchester. Paul J.. aKrd 52 nf 58a Summer bt. Hushand or Josephine (Nicholson!. Father of Paul J. Jr. of Brockton, Donald J. nl Stoughton. John. United States Army, Fort Dcvens and Margaret A. of Stoughton. Son of Maude (Donovan) and the late James, Brother of James of Cheshire, N.H and Mrs. Helen Clark of Dor chester, Funeral from the Farley Funeral Home, 358 Park St.. (Rte. 27) STOUGHTON on Thursday at 8 a.m. followed by a Funeral Mass in Our Lady of the Hosary Church at 9 a.m. Visiting hours Tuesday evening 7-9 and Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9. Nova Scotia papers please copy. MsrI.AUriHI.IN or Auburndale. Oct, 14. Robert P., 68 yrs. of age, husband of Ruth E. (Bedford i MacLnughlin: father of Mrs. James L, (Laryn HracKcnnocc or ling Valley. N.J., Terry E. MacLaU'ihlin or Hyannls and Jeffrey S. MacLnughlin of Stowe, Vt.: brother or Mrs. C. Francis Tower or Wcllrsley and "Mrs. Joseph P. Walsh or Marion: Also Survived by S grandchildren. Private Srv pm will he held at the Waterman Chapel in Welles ley on rrinay. uct. ih at 10 a.m. There will be no calling hours. The family requests in lieu of flowers donations in hit memory be marie to Norumbega Lodge. AF&AM, Masonic Temple, Ncwtonvillc, Ma. 02160. DEATH NOTICES MaeLEAN Of Billerica. formerly of Arlington. October lo. rtaymono, beloved husband of Millesa (Dott-fidge) MacLean. father of Ralph L. MacLean of Waltham, are Mrs.; Evelyn McDonnell of Billerica. "Fu neral services at the Sweeney Memorial Funeral Home, 66 Con cord Rd.. BILLERICA, on Friday, at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. Visiting hours. Thursday. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Late retired member of the Arlington PD. MacNEIL Formerly of Waltham, suddenly. October 14, 1974. In Jaffrey, N.H. Daniel J., beloved: husband of Mary K. (MacCor- mack). Kesidence, Forest Park. Brother of Mrs. Elizabeth Mac- Eachern, Hector MacNeil, both of Canada, Mrs. Catherine Ryan of Jamaica Plain, Mrs. Margaret Mc Neil of Dorchester, Mrs. Mary Deschenes of Jamaica. Plain, Mrs. Sarah M. Goyea of Marshfield, and Annie MacNeil and Michael S. MacNeil, both of Canada. Funeral from the Carley Funeral Home, 556 Cambridge St., at Gordon St., ALLSTON, Friday. Oct ober 18, at 8:15 a.m. Funeral Mass in the Church of Our Lady Comforter of the Afflicted, Waltham,! at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. Visiting hours, Wednesday, 7-9 p.m. and Thurs-1 day, 2-4, and 7-9 p.m. MANN Of Foxboro. October 14. 1974. Horace a. inann. Beloved husband of Laura (Brandenburg) Mann. Father of Stanley H. Mann. of New York. Brother of Walter Mann, ot loxrxiro. funeral service Thursday. October 17. at 2 o.m. from the Barton Chapel, of Bethany Congregational Church. Foxboro. Calling hours at the Roberts & Sons Funeral Home. 30 South St.. FOXBORO. on Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment in Rock Hill cemetery, oxDoro. McCarthy (Pearson) of Som- erville, October u, Mary J. (Lynch), wife of the late James J. McCarthy; mother of Arthur L. Pearson of Arlington; sister of Bridget Lynch of Co. Galway, Ireland; beloved aunt of Mary O'Sul-livan of Somerville; also survived by 4 grandchildren and 2 great -grandchildren. Funeral from the D. W. Grannan and Son Funeral Home. 378 Mass. Ave.. ARLINGTON, Thursday, at 8 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Camillus Church, at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours. Wednesday. 2-4. 7-9 p.m. McGRATH Formerly . of Dorchester in soutn weymoutn October 12. Mary E. Beloved daughter of Elizabeth M. (Goff) and the late Thom as C. McGrath. sister ot Thomas C. McGrath nf Dorchester. Mrs. Elea nor McDonough. Milton, Mrs. Sally Odum. Florida, Mrs. Jeanette Hawes. Calif.. Mrs. Barbara Emond. South Boston. Mrs. Paulinel uesauimers. conn, ana couis j. McGrath nf South Weymouth. Rel atives and friends are invited to attend the funeral irom uernara Kelly son runerai nome. Church St., DORCHESTER on Thursday at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass at St. Peter's Church, Dorchester at 10 o clock, calling nours on luesaay 7-9. Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9. Interment St. James Cemetery. Haver hill, Mass. McGURK In Allston, suddenly, Oc-, tober 10, i74. 1. Jean jviccurK. Residence. 87 Easton St., beloved daughter of Mary iMacNeill). and the late William S. McGurk; sister of Mrs. Anita Kusieika of Brookline. and Mrs. Pauline Codi of Medford. and Dr. William S. McGurk of R.I. Funeral from the carley f uneral nome, aoo cam-bridge St., (at Gordon St.), AU-slnn. Friday. October 18. at 9:15 a.m. Funeral Mass in the Church of St. Anthony at 10 o'clock. Hel-. atives and friends respectfully invited. Visiting hours Wednesday, 7-9 p.m. and Thursday 2-4 and 7- p.m. McKEE In Framingham. Melvin C, Oct. 14. age 57. of B Potter Kd. FramlnKham. Husband of Katherine ( Maeee ), of Framingham. Father: of Michael and Melvin of Framingham. Elaine and Elizabeth of Fra mingham. Brother of Charles of Princeton N. H. and Hazel Hiebner of Philadelphia. Funeral services Thursday. Oct. 17. from the Bovle Brothers Funeral Home. 173 Union Ave.. FRAMINGHAM. at 11 a.m. Funeral home calling hours. Wednesday, 7-9. He wa an accountant for the Turner Construction Co.. Boston. MrLAt'GHLTN In Medford. October! 14. '1974. Daniel of 21 Quincv st. Beloved husband of the late Katherine (Casey). Father of Patricia A. Fallon of Burlington and Marguerite M. Manning of Washington D.C. Also survived by 4 grandchildren. Funeral from the Keefe Funeral Home. 2175 Mass. Ave., N. CAMBRIDGE, on Friday morning at 8:00. followed bv a Funeral Mass in the Sacred Heart Church at 9:00. Relatives and friends invited. VHting hours Wednesday 7-9. Thursday 2-4 and 7-9. La" retired employee of the R. L. Makepeace Co. MORRISSEY In Somerville. Octo- hpr 14 Wa tpr K. nf all Mpmoria Poad. Beloved husband of Gertrude (Mccune). Devoted brother of .lack Morrissey and Mrs. Dorothy Costa both of Somerville. Funeral from Cataldo Funeral Home. 374 Broadway. SOMERVILLE. on Thursday at 8:15 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Polycarp's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. MOSKOWITZ On Tuesday. Oct. 15, Matilda (Shapiro), age U4. ot Brighton. Widow of Jacob. Beloved mother of Rebecca M. Fox of 1468 Commonwealth Ave., Brighton, Evelyn Gran of Florida, Milton Moss of Chestnut Hill, and the late May Moss of New York City. Dear grandmother of 7 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Sister of Ida F. Menkin of New York City. Graveside services at Mishkan Tefila Cemetery, Centre St., West Roxbury on Thursday, Oct. 17. at 10 a.m. Remembrances in her memory may be made to the charity of your choice. MURRAY In Brighton, October 14,i 1974. catncrnic u. icooitei, De-lovcd wife of the late John F. Murray, residence 44 Murdock St., devoted mother of Rev. Msgr. Edward G. Murray, Pastor of St. Paul's Church. Cambridge. Katherine G. and Rosa A. Murray, both of Brighton, and the late John P. and George C. Murray. Funeral from the Carley Funeral Home, 556 Cambridge St.. (at uoraon oi.i, ai.i.ston. Thursday. October 17. at 9:15 a.m. Funeral Mass in the Church of St. Columbkile at 101 o clock. Relatives ana tnenas respectfully invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 7-9 and Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. O'BRIEN Of So. Yarmouth, October 14, John A., formerly of Jamaica Plain. Beloved husband of the late Cclia iDoherty), father of Kevin. Brendan, Maureen O'Brien. Funeral from the William J. Gormley Funeral Home, 509 Centre St., JAMAICA PLAIN, Friday, October 18. at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Thomas Aquinas Church, at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours. Wednesday. 7-9, and Thursday, 2-4. and 7-9. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Heart Assoc, OTDNNEI.L In Somerville. Oct. 15 Elizabeth A. (Carey), beloved wife1 of the late Michael J. O'Connell of Somerville. Funeral Thursday at 8.15 a.m. from the G. F. McKenna & Son Funeral Home, 390 Medford St.. funeral Mass in the Church of St. Ann at a.m Relatives and friends are invited Visiting hours Wednesday only 2-4' and 7-9 p.m. O'DONNELL Of Mission Hill, Oct. 15, James W. (Wilfred) beloved husband of Lsther F. (Cronin) Loving father of Claire E. O'Don- ncll of Mission Hill and the late James W. O Donnell of Brockton Devoted grandfather of James, Kathleen and Steven O'Donnell, all of Brockton. Funeral from the David J. O Connor Funeral Home 1558 Tremont St., MISSION HILL, opposite Mission Church Rectory, Friday, Oct. 18 at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass of the Resurrection in the Mission Church at 10 o'clock. Re latives and friends respectfully invited. Visiting hours Wednesday 7-9, Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, Maiden. Late retired employee N.V.-Ncw Haven R.R., Dover St., Yard. CHANCE O'l.KAltY In Ormond Beach. Flori-j da, Oct. IS, lornicrly or Hoslindale and Wilmington, Mass.. Ellen C. i Hubs i. beloved wife of William G.. mother of Kunald of Middlcton. Paul. USCG. David of Rockland. Also survived by (i grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild. Sister of Mrs. Mary Carpentier, Mrs, Ann II, .,.111 l.nll, f IPInrilr, TJt ,o TVI n e caret Garabnulde of West Roxbury. Henry of Pembroke, Thomas of Dedham, and the late Katherine Patterson. Funeral from the F. J. Higgins Funeral Home, 42'l Wash ington St., KUKLINDALE bUHAIir., Friday, Oct. 18 at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass In the Sacred Heart Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 Parking in rear of funeral homee on Cummins High way. O'LEARY Formerly of Somerville, I., IJ..l,ln,, ,U, ICU i..... ; O'Leary, husband of Rosemnric, icarneie) u Lear.v. father nf Mnrle O'Leary, son of Bridiiet ( and the lale Daniel O'Leary, brother of Sr. Eileen O'Leary, O.S.F., Catherine A. Crowley. Francis X., Daniel C. and Jonn j. u i.eary. Mineral from the Daniel F. O'Brien Funeral Home. 2 Benton Rd. at Summer St., 80M- f KHLi.t. Friday at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass at St. Calherlne'i Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends in vited.. Member Woburn Lodge of fciks. visiting nours Wednesday 7-9; Thursday 2-4. 7-9. DEATH NOTICES O'NEILL In South Boston, October; 13th., Robert V. Beloved husband of Dolores A. (Leonard). Beloved' father of John Lewis, Debbie, Marianne. Robert Jr.. Dolores, Helen, and William O'Neill. Broth er of Charles of wuincy, H. josepn of Quincy, James Leo of Pembroke, George of South Boston, Thomag of Quincy, Mrs. Mildred Hogan of Quincy, Mrs. Betty Buckley of South Boston and William of Quincy. Funeral from the CBrien Funeral Home, 146 Dor chester St, SOUTH BOSTON, Thursday at 8. Funeral Mass at St. Monica's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visit ing hours Tuesday 7-9 and Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9. In lieu of I flowers donations may be made in his memory to the Cancer Research Foundation. Veteran of the Korean War U.S.M.C. O'SILLIVAN fn Stoneham. Oct. 12, toward j. rather of Donald R. of Stoneham, brother of Rose Dignan of Medford, Helen Sweeney of Hampton, N.H. Funeral from John Bryant's Son Funeral Home, 4 Common St. STONEHAM. Thursday. Oct. 17 at 9 a.m. Fu neral Mass at St. Patrick s Church. Central St. at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends Invited. Visiting hours weanesaay 2-4 ana v-iu. PAPASEDERO Of Hvde Park. Oct 14. Joseph D. (Popsy), beloved husband of Giaconda (Limoncelli) Papasedero, son of the late Frank and Rose Papasedero. father of Mrs. Charles (Jean) Zaccaria of Dedham. Francis A. of Readville and the late Michael J. Papasedero. father in law of Mrs. Barbara (Buresm Fapaseaero of Marsnneid. brother of Mrs. Joseph (Catherine) J. , U, 1 .1110. ,11 111 J (Theresa) Vittorinl all of Hyde Park and Dominic (Lefty) Papasedero of Florida; also survived by 12 grandchildren. Funeral from the Carroll-Thomas Funeral Home. 22 oak . St.. biue rABK, Friday morning at o. mineral Mass in tne Most Precious Blood Church at 9. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Wednesday and Thurs day 2-4 and 7-9. Late employee of tne . jvujta ana memrjer of tne .Boston Carmen's union 589. Dona tions in his memory may h made to thi Faulkner Hospital Building: rumi, sau centre at., Jamaica Plain. i PECK In Plymouth. Oct. 14. Ellen F. (Smith) Peck, widow of Frederick W. Peek, Thursday afternoon, Oct, 17. Funeral services in the NORTH PLYMOUTH Peck-Garrity Funeral Home. 338 Court St., at 2 o'clock. Rev. Peter Bastien of Zion Lutheran Church will officiate. Calling hours Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9. PEEL Charles on Oct. 14. 1974 beloved husband of Sarah (Chor-ney) Peel, residence 6 Elizabeth st.. Taunton. Ma. Funeral services to which relatives and friends are in vitea win De neia luesaay at l p.m. at the Congregation Agudath Achim, 385 County st.. Taunton. In lieu of flowers contributions in his memory may De made to tne Heart Association. Shiva will be observed at his late residence. Arrangements by the Sugarman Memorial Chapel. POWERS In South Boston. Octo ber 12, William beloved husband of Mary (Halpin) Powers, devoted brother nf Sister Even- trude of the Holy Name Jesus and Marv Order of Seattlei Washington and David and Josephine Powers of Cork City. Ireland. Funeral from tne James t. y uonneu runerai Home, 780 East Broadway, SOUTH BOSTON, (between L and M Sts. ) Thursday. October 17 at 8 a.m., followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Brigid's Church at 9:00. Relatives and friends kindly Invited. Retired; inspector of the MBTA. Boston, and late member of Carmen's Union. Local 589; late member of St. Brigid's Holy Name Society. Visitine- hnurs Tnpsdav 7-9 n.m.J Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Kind ly omit flowers. PUGSLEY Of Dorchester. Oct. 13. . Josephine W. (Illingsworth). beloved wife of Arthur S. Pugsley Sr.. retired Sergeant of B.P.D. and devoted mother of Arthur s. rug- sley Jr.. B.P.D. Div. 7, Stanley. B.P.D. Ha.. Ernest A.. H.P.1J. Div. 6. Robert F.. B.P.D. Div 3, Charles H.. B.P.D. Div. 14. John R.. B.P.D. Div. 3 and Richard W. Pugsley. B.P.D. Div. 1. all of Dorchester and Mrs. Dorothy A. Miller nf ADing- ton. Also survived by 32 grandchil dren and 4 great-eranacni dren Funeral from the Scallv Funeral Home. 54 Pleasant St.. DORCHES TER. Thursday. Oct. 17 at n a.m. Funeral Mass In St. Williams Church at 9 a.m. Visiting hours Tuesday 7-9 and Wednesday 2- 4 and 7-9 p.m. Relatives and friends kindly invited. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in her memory to the American can cer Fund. 138 Newbury St., Boston REDONNET Of Winternort. MMne. formerly of West Roxbury. Mass., Tepnen, nusDand of wanpn rt. (Sawin) and father of Stephen A of Nevada. Warren E. of New York. Barbara Liebl. Carol Dixon and Diane Redonnet. all of Massachusetts. Also survived by 8 grandchildren and 3 great-erandehildren. Funeral services witl be held "Thursday at 11 a m. from the Foley, runeral Home, winternort. Maine Visiting hours Wednesday 7-9 p.m. cate member west Koxoury ma sonic Lodge. RFILLY In Florida, formerly of Dorchester, October lo. John T. Beloved hushand nf Catherine A (Philbin). Father nf the latp John. brother of Patrick J. of Braintree. Thomas of . Brighton, Martin of Dorchester, Anthony of Waltham ana James of county Mayo, ire-land. Complete notice later. ROMANUCK - ROMANSKY In Stoughton. Oct. 14. Leon, age 90: of 1190 Central St.. husband of Orohina fBlagodir): father of ivtrs. Kate Weremey of Roslindalc. Mrs. Helen Swiriduk of Milton: A;ine Romanskv. John Romanuck and Mrs. I.vdia Prodouz. all nf stoueh ton. Funeral services W'U be fc-ld at the Farley Funeral Hnme a-iB Park St. (Route 27. STOUGHTON. on Thursday at 11 a.m. Visiting hours Wednesday. 2-4 and 7-9 a.m. RUBIN In Marshfield. Oct. 15. Bes sie, helnved mnther-in-law nf Lil lian Walcott. Also survived by 5 grandchildren and 11 great-grand children. Funeral service Thurs day at 11:30 a.m. at J. B. Johnson Funeral Home, ib warren at., ROXBURY. Relatives and friends invited. SARTDItlO Tn Maiden. Oct. 12, Julia M. (Tambourini), beloved wife of Charles Sartorio, mother of Mary M. Mello of Medford and Anne L. Rice of Melrose, sister , of AHp e VTaffinli of Watertown. f u neral from Owen P. Doonan Sons! Funeral Home, 7 Wicklow St.. atl Frllsway, on Thursday at 8:1a. Funeral Mass in the immaculate Conception Church at 9:00. R:-l?-! tives and friends invited. Visiting, hours on Tuesday 7-9, Wcdnc.iUc. , 2-4 and 7-9. SEALEY In Cambridge, October 14. Benjamin Sr.. beloved husband of the late Mable (Bispham). devoted father of Sylvia of Cambridge. Beniamin Jr. of Dor chester, Rosemary Alston ot Med ford, Elizabeth askcw oi Avon, and Muriel Fernandes of Cam bridge. He also to mourn, 8 grand children. 4 great-grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends. Funeral, Friday, 12:30 Church 211 Columbia , St cZ T VLffJJXTJ bridge. Visiting hours at the: Church, Thursday, 2-4, and 7-9.1 Please make donations in his name to the Missionary Dept. of the Church. Arrangements by the' C. W. Jones Funeral Hnme. 212 western Ave., iamkkidue. SHEA In Allston, October 14. Mary C. (Ring). Late residence Al Brent wood Street. Beloved wife of the! lau; jonn j. uevoied moiner or John, William, Mrs. Joan Long and the late Mrs. Helen Hanna, and Edward Shea. Sister of Mrs. Nellie McCarty. Also survived by 10 granocnnnren. Funeral from the Gerald W. Lehman Funeral Home. 569 Cambridge Street, Thursday iiiurning at b:iu. followed oy a Funeral Mass in St. Anthony's Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Interment St. Joseph's Cemetery. Visiting hours Tuesday evening 7-9. Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9. SHERMAN In Brookline. Oct. 14 Mary C. (Lally) Beloved wife of ine late Alvln J. and dcvoled mother of Alvln J., Jr. of Arlington, Thomas W. of Philaddnhia. Mrs. Mary V. Cardoza of West i.wauuijt ttuu mr:,. marnarei A. O'Kecfe of Sandwich. Also survived by 12 grandchildren. Loving s ster of Thomas Lally of Snulh Brookline. Funeral rrnm ll, it T Lally and Son Funeral Home. 490 Harvard St.. BROOKLINE (nr. Cnm. monwealth Ave. ) Thursday morning t v ui-iocK. runerai iviass in at Lawrence's Church at 1(1 o'clock Relative! and friends are kindly inviiea to attend. Visiting hours Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9. Interment St. Joseph's Cemetery. SISTER MARY ZITA RUANE, SND, 84 years if Notre Dame Isatitute. vj""""'! i'L TvurL-esier. October 15. Born in Ireland. Daughter or the late Michael and Bridget (Kane) Ruane. Funeral Mass, Thursday al Notre Dame Insti- iuic hi iu ociock. Burial in Worcester. SPEAR In Northampton. Mass., Oct. 11. Dr. Louis M formerly of Newton, staff member M Ttnlii.rt Ri-li Brigham Hospital. Scrvlccj will be! pnviuc. STKI.I.FR Dr. Hyman B., of 2.1 uouniy ko., tncisca, on Oct, 1.1. Beloved husband of Ida (Weisbergi. Father of the late Joseph Stcller, Also survived bv several nieces and nephews. Services at the Torf Fu neral cnapei. lsi Washington Ave.. CHELSEA, on Thursday. Oct. 17 at 12 noon. Interment in Everett, There will be no Memorial Week. DEATH NOTICES STEXBERG Bertha "Margaret' (Grandy) of Wareham. formerly of Weymouth. Oct. 14. Beloved wife of Walter F. Stenberg. Mother of Walter F. Jr. of Rockland. John A. of Braintree and Robert r. Stenberg of Weymouth and Mrs. Helen G. Burgess of South Brain tree; sister of Herbert L. Grandy of Braintree, Malcolm D. Grandy of Wellesley, Mrs. Christina Thompson of Winchester and Mrs. June Shea of Hull. Also survived by 12 grand and 11 great-grandchildren. Reposing at the Joseph Sweeney Funeral Home, 74 Elm St.. QUINCY CENTER where services will be conducted Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, by the Rev. Robert Heigham of Hanson. Relatives and friends are respect fully invited to attend. Visiting hours Wednesday 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Interment Blue Hill. Braintree. Late member of the ABawam Chanter nf the Order nf the Eastern Star and the West Ware- nam Grange. 8ULLIVAN In Somerville. Oct. 13. Jessie (fiampsteaai Sullivan, wne of Daniel F. Sullivan, mother of Marion F. Sullivan. Julia Blanco, Elizabeth Adams, Barbara Patti, also survived by 9 grandchildren. Funeral from the Daniel F. O'Brien Funeral Home. 2 Bentnn Rd. at Summer St., SOMERVILLE, Thurs-; day at a a.m. f uneral Mass at ai. Benedict's Church at 9 a.m. Rela tives and friends invited. Visiting nours luesaay i-, weanesaay 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. SWANSON Of Natick. formerly of w. Haruora. conn., uctooer id. Gosta I... husband of Ehba (Kron- bergi Swanson, father of Allan E., of Natick. Also survived by two brothers and a sister in Sweden. Services at the Waterman cnapei, 592. Washington St.. WELLESLEY Thursday. October 17, at 2 P.m. Interment in W. Hartford. Conn. Gifts in his memory may be made to the Charles River worksnop. jt Militia Heights, Needham, Mass. TAMRITRIvn Of Bnstnn. Oct. 14. Anna Deiovea wne oi ine iaie jui- thony. Loving mother ol rnomas ot Watprtnwn and Josenh F. of Han over. Survived by six grandchil dren and elgnt great granacnuoren. Funeral from the Francis E. Ken-ney & Sons Funeral Home. 144o River St.. HYDE PARK. Friday, at a: is. runerai Mass in at. oai-hprt' Church at. 10 o'clock. Rela tives and friends invited. Visiting hours Wednesday 7-9. Tnursaay 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Burial in St. Mi-chaels's cemetery. TEDESCHI In Revere. October 15. 1974. Giuseppe. Deloved nusoana of Matilda (nee Guarini). residence, 911 Rnmnev Rd.. father of Gaetano Tedeschi of Melrose. Mario Tedes-! chi of Revere. Vincent Bozzi of Arlington, and Mary Raymond of Medford. Also survivea Dy 11 grandchildren. Funeral from the Bruno Chapel, 291 Revere St., REVERE. Saturday, October 19. at 9:45. Funeral Mass in St. Anthony's Church at 10:45. Relatives and friends most kindly invited. Visiting hours, Thursday and Friday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. TTJnwpsnv Tn Boston. Oct. 15. Theresa (Flynn) beloved wife of the late Edward and loving mother of Florence Cook of Boston. Fu-, neral Thursday at 8:30 a.m. from, thp Mirhnpl TVllnRusso and Son Funeral Home, 24 Fleet St., BOS TON. Funeral Mass at :ju a.m. in St. Leonard's Church. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Visiting hours Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9. Late member 01 ine -iiuru Order of St. Francis. TUITE In Jamaica Plain. Oct. 14. rh.r R- hp niwn nusnann nl ine late Helena (Bentz). Uncle of John Tuite of Waltham. Catherine Anderson of New Hampshire, Mary Chamberlain of Calif, and Elizabeth Lennox of Newtonyille. Funeral from the Robert J. Lawlor T,,npral Hon,. 5M3 So. Huntington Ave., JAMAICA PLAIN, Thursday at 9:15 a.m. Funeral Mass in The Church of the Blessed Sacrament at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting nours Wednesday 7 to 9 p.m. Interment St, Paiii'c rvmpterv. Blackstone. Mass, Late owner of White's Pharmacy, Paul Gore St.. Jamaica r-iain. VAREKA In St. Joseph's Manor, T3nb-tnn nt Smith Rnstnn. Oct. 15. Anna , Rla7ici wife of the latC Simon Vareka. and devoted mother of the late Simon Varakis. Mrs. Beatrice Farina of Wqllaston. the late Lilvan Gilbert. Mrs. Helen Pontremoli of South Boston, and v Tpnnv Mnroan. nf Braintree. and' sister of Dorothy Bukas of Weymouth. Survived also by 13 grandchildren ana o srcai-Kiaim-nhilrfmn Fnnpral -from thp Joseph C. Lubin Funeral Home. 5 East Broadway. SOUTH BOSJONl Thursday. Oct. 17 followed by a Funeral Mass at St. Peter's Lithuanian Church at. 9, a.m. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Vis-: iting hours Wednesday 2-4 ana Interment St. Micnaei s. inticvms T Onirirv. Opt. 15, ClI- RT (Tindpnl- wife Of thp late Hugo t.; mother of Mrs. Lempi Bonomi; grandmother of Elaine 1 1 ll.n Unnnlnl Plinpral SerV- ices Friday at 11 a.m. in the Trin ity Lutheran cnurcn, nounm Quincy. Calling hours Wednesday 7-9 and i nursaay z-t ut" i- at the Hanncl Funeral Homes, Cooeland St.. OUINCY. WALKER In Hanover. Oct. 15. f Tinrphpter and Wey mouth. Edgar F.: beloved husband . of the late Catherine (Foley): father of Ronald J. Walker and the late Mrs. Geraldme M. Daly: brother of George Walker Funeral from the Foley Funeral Home, 40 Hancork St.. Unhams cor.. .Friday, rint is at ft a.m. Funeral mass in St. Kevin's Church at 9. Relatives, ana inenas iiivueu. viu Wednesday and Thursday 2-4 and 7-9. Late retired employee ovaiuu Herald Traveler corp. w.di, r-.l. c (Dnnnvan) of Washington St.. Duxbury. Wife o( We regret to announce the death of Robert, aged 37 vs. Daughter of brother Carl Mobcrg. Funeral from William T. and Mabel C. Donovan the Goodrich Funeral Home, Wash-of Plymouth. Funeral from i theijngton st.. Lynn, Thursday at 11 a.m. Cartmll Funeral Home. 150 Court visiting hours Wednesday from 7-9 St.. PLYMOUTH on Friday Oct pm i?.i atpsmf rcij ROCCO ALBERTO, Pres. Vnem- .lrmet'J ft Q MORRELL SeCV Plvmouh. Friends and relatives u- munnLLL, dCbJ. may call at the Funeral Home at- I p.m. on Friday. WHICH TTstolla H (Forhes). nf 18 Green st... Waltham, wife of the late Frank waugn. momer ot Frank F. Waugh of Waltham. and Roy Jonnston ol waimam ana sister nf Mrs. Ann Parsons of Canada. Funeral servirps will be held Wed- nesav at 3 p.m. at the Lee M. Fra ser runerai cnapei, zia main si.. WALTHAM. Burial will he in. the family lot in Mt. rcake cemetery, Waltham. WEREBE Formerly of Brnoklin". in Nashua. N.H. suddenly, uci. i. A Inert J., husband nf M'rearet (Blodgetti Wersebe, father nf F.lea- and Bettv SawWcr of" Jonenort. i... a n.nn,i.i,jMrBn Services nriv.-te. Interment will be Masrnic services at Goldman Fu-hplri in Wnnrllawn Cemetery. New-.ncral Home. 174 Ferry St., Maiden buroh. N.Y. WHARTON In Cambridce. for- mnrlv nf Wp.I SnmPrville. Oft. 14. Laura M. (Morrow). Widow of; Elmer W. Wharton and motiier of Elmer W. Wharton Jr. of Lexine-ton. John E. of -N.H.., Lydia M. Bean of Saugus and Ruth Symonds of Quincy. Funeral services in the A. E. Long Memorial Chapel, 4 Beech St., corner of Mass. Ave., NORTII CAMBRIDGE, Thursday. Oct. 17 at 11 a.m. Visiting hours in the chanel Tuesday 7-9 p.m., and Wednesday 2-4 ana -. WHITLEY - In Arlington formerly of Somerville.. October IS. Mar- earet M. (U'Brien). widow oi Wil liam I. Whitley Sr., mother of William I. Jr. of Melrose and Robert T. of Arlington. Sister of Catherine Peterson of Wilmington and Thomas O'Brien of Charles-i town. Funeral from the A. E. Long & Son Funeral Home. ( 1979 Massi Ave. entrance) Thursday, Octo ber 17 at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Agnes Church, Medford St., Arlington Center at 10 a.m. Visit ing hours at the Funeral Home, Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Late member nf American T.ecrinn Pnt Number 19 of. Somerville, the Na nonai reoman . ana veteran of World War I. WILSON In Arlington October 13.' Fred E. husband of the lale Mildred G. (Peterson): father of Robert! E. Wilson, Elizabeth A. Walsh:! brother of Warren A. and Howard D. Wilson. Funeral services at the1 D. W. Gr.mnon and Son Funeril Home. 378 Mass. Ave., AKLING-1 TON Thursday morning at ll:.l() o'clock. Visiting hours Tuesday 7-9 and Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. negatives ana inenas lnviu-a TANOW Entered Into rest Oct 14. suddenly. Harry, of 1001 South Ocean Drive, Hallandale, Floiidi. ionncrly of Cambridge. Beloved husband of Nellie (Lamkiiu: devoted father or Charles G. Yanow. of Randolph. Jerome L. Yanow or NYC. Loving brother of Bessie Kurshbaum of Brighton, Irving yanow or iiyne ran, iienja-min Ynnow. Randolph, Jack Yanow. Brookline and the late Eli Yanow and Rose Springer Goodman. Dear Grandfather of Scott, Michael and Lori Yanow. Services at the Stan-etsky-Schlos8berg-Solomon Memorial Chapels, 1668 Beacon St.. BROOKLINE, Wednesday, Oct. 16, at 10 a m. Memorial Week will be observed at the home of Mrs. Bessie Karshbaum. 18S0 Comm. Ave., Brighton, thru Frl, noon. Oct. 18, Expressions of sympathy In his memory may be donated to the Heart Fund. ZIRP01-0 Of East Boston. October; 14. Alimony, riusnana ot nonnie (Massa). Father of Peter, Joseph, l.ouls. John, Anthony, Marlon, Richard, and Frank. Ann Dori'lo, Mamarct Gennari. find Grire Celeste. Funeral from the DiPietio Vawa Funeral Home. 11 Henry Street, (opposite Maverick Station I EAST BOSTON, Thursday morning al 8, Funeral Mass in the Most Holy Redeemer Church si 9 o'clock. Visiting hours Wednesday evening 7-9 p.m. Please omit, flowers. Parking with attendant at front entrance ol gas station. OBITUARIES Francis Rosano Hockey announcer A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. today in St. Anthony's Church in Cohasset for Francis J. Rosano, 53, of Lyndon ' road, Hingham. He died -Sunday at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth. He was active in various youth hockey programs at the Cohasset Winter Gardens and was known as "the voice of the Winter Gardens," serving as an-' nouncer for the Old Colony and South Shore high; school hockey league games. , j Mr. Rosano had also been scorekeeper for the-Pee Wee hockey program at the rink and for the past three years was com-', missioner for the executive hockey league, com-1 prised of six teams of men 35 years or older. He was born in Cohasset and had lived in Hingham for 24 years. He had; worked for an electrical; contractor in Quincy before retiring six years ago. 1 Mr. Rosano was a World War II veteran of the 82d Airborne Division and was a member of the Satuit VFW Post. He leaves his wife, Doris (Webster); a son, Michael J. Rosano of Hingham; a daughter, Marie Rosano of Hingham; two brothers, Anthony and James Rosa no, both of Cohasset and three sisters, Mrs. John O'Leary of Boston and Josephine Rosano and Mrs. Leo Fiori, both of Cohasset and his mother, Mrs: Maria Rosano of Cohasset.! , 's Ida Marder : Springfield rites f Mrs. Ida (Greensteinj-Marder, formerly of Dorchester, died Tuesday night in Springfield. She moved to that city three years ago. She leaves two sons, Dr. Arthur J. Marder of Newport Beach, Calif., and Ronald of Framingham, and three daughters, Mary Horowitz of Springfield, Edith White of Riverdale, N.Y., and Ann Bloomberg of Hyde Park. The funeral will be held Thursday in Springfield at the Harold Ascher & Son Memorial Home, with interment in Sharon Memorial Park. Other obituaries on Pages 36, 64 I.U.O.E. LOCAL 4 Bricklayers & Masons local No, 3 We regret to announce the death of Brother Albert H. Desmarais Jr. Visiting hours Wednesday at the ' Murphy Funeral Home, 1020 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass at St. Williams Church, Thursday morn- , ing, October 17, at 10 a.m. ALBERT E. CIAMPA, Sec-Treat. ' ANTHONY F. SCOTT. Pres. MT. OLIVET LODGE AF fi AM We sadly announce the passing, on Oct. 14. of Rmlher Leo Charak. Wednesday. Oct. 16 at 2 p.m. Breth ren please attend. .RICHARD W. SCOTT, Master ISIDORE J. BERGER, Secy. . IN MEM0RIAM 1971-1974 DOROTHY (SELIG) DEVLIN On your birthday. In tenia small way every day memories of you come our way. You are still loved and missed more earh paislnr day. Sister Mary and niece Donna. 191 MARK P. MZZO-1974 Always a silent heartache. Many a silent tear. Hut always beautiful memories Of one we loved so dear. Grandma and Grandpa Vcuriii. 1971 MARK P. mZZQ-1974 We still miss him. We Hill try. Our love for him will never die. Mom, Dad, brother and iliterl. 1973 ALAH I, FOHSTTH-1974 On bli birthday, Oct. 16. Anniversary Mail Sunday, Oct, Xt), at 10:111 a.m., St. Andrew the Apostle Church. Jamaica Plain. Lovingly remembered and sadly mined by Mom, Dad ' and family. 1961 CATHERINE M. COLLINS 1374 Ortobrr 16th "MOTHER" l.ovlnrly remembered, greatly missed by all who loved you. Your devoted family and grandchildren. 1971 PAUL M. DESMOND 1974 Lovlni and kind In all hli ways, uprlcht and Just to the end of his days. Sincere and kind In heart and mind, with a beautlfud memory ha left behind. Sadly mined by Mom, brother! and llittrl. 1971 MARK f. SIZZO-1974 October cornel with aad re-greti. Th day, th month wa hall never forget. Lovingly remembered. Nana and r Kino. IV LOVING MEMORT Or RITA E. PEECHA 193 OCTOBER 171074 First Anniversary Man at SI. William's Church, Doreheiter. Thursday, October 17, at 8:00 a.m. ' Her memory Is ai dear today, Ai In the hour iha puna away, Till memory fadei and Ufa departs, She'll live forever la .uur hearts. Lovingly remembered by bui-band and children.

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