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A9 THE BOSTON GLOBE MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1998 DEATHS DEATHS DEATHS PAULA-ln Arlington, Fob. 21. Nicholas Jr. Obituaries OTHER OBITUARIES I Page Dll Francis Harry Hinsley British WWII code-breaker, at 79 i III 1 rt Abraham A. Riblcoff chairing a Senate Government Operations subcommittee hearing in December 1966.

At left is Robert F. Kennedy. Abraham Ribicoff, Conn, senator, governor, US Cabinet head; at 87 TUrtMC-ln WaI Rnvtiiirv. February loon 1-iarHMri Rolowrt husband of Hose- man t. (Mciain) moms, i-oving Tamer ut Theresa V.

Parsons of Aver and Stacev L. Thorns of West Roxbury. Grandfather of Eric D. and Justin A. Parsons.

Brother of Theresa V. Kintner of PA, and the late Robert, Henry, Max, Paul, William, Rudy, and Alfred Thorns, Anna Sprague and Eisa Mason. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock from the Lucy Stone Chapel at the Forest Hills Crematory, 171 Walkhill Jamaica Plain. Relatives and friends respectfully invited.

The family re-auests in lieu of flowers donations be made in Herbert's memory to Hospice o' Boston-Hospice of Brockton, 500 Belmont Suite 215, Brockton, MA 02401. Interment will be in Gethsemane Cemetery, West Roxbury. Arrangements made by the John Connor Son Funeral Home, WHITMAN. TO IG I AN-Alice (Boqhosian) of Pembroke. Beloved wife oflhe late Bagdasar Toriqian.

Devoted mother of Carolvn Loving grandmother of William and Melissa. Sister ofEdward Boahosian of Warwick, Aqnes Torostan of Shrewsbury, MA and the late Victoria Eljanian of Auburn, MA. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Fu neral service ai nuiv Church. 145 Brattle Cambridge Tues.

Feb 24 at 1 PM. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend. A visitation period will be held at Aram Bedrosian Funeral Home 558 Mt Auburn St WATERTOWN. (Rte 16) Tues from prior to the Church Service. Memorial gifts may be made to the above named church or the American Cancer Society, 30 Speen Street, Framingham, MA 01701.

Interment Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge. TREFRY-Linda of Lynnfield. February 20 1998, 54. of Exchange Millis, MA.

Daughter of Ernest J. and Frances L. (Woodhouse) Trefry, died Friday morning in the Windgate at Reading Nursing Home, after a long illness. Besides her mother father she is survived by a brother and sister-in-law William E. Christine Trefry of Bradford MA.

and a sister and brother-in-law; Nancy J. Joseph Lingel of Lynnfield, a niece and 5 nephews. A memorial service will be held Sunday, March 1, 1998 in the Lynnfield Community Church, 735 Salem St LYNNFIELD at 2:00 p.m. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend. Donations in her name may be made to the American Cancer Society, 664 Concord Wilmington, MA.

01887. TURNER-Of Milton formerly of Quincy, unexpectedly, February 21, 1998. Vincent R. Beloved husband of Helen F. (Wade) Turner.

Dear brother of Nella Ambrose of Wareharn, MA. Catholic Funeral Services will be held Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock in the John J. O'Connor Son Funeral Home, 740 Adams St, (near Gallivan DORCHESTER. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited. Visiting hours are Monday -4 cx iii iyju ui iiuwuis iwmtmiurHriuws may be made in memory of Vincent to the Boston Catholic Television Center, 55 Cha- 8 el Box 9109, Newtonville, MA 02158-05C or the Dominican Monastery, Marbury, AL.

Former Proprietor of the Turner Co. Office Equip, of Boston Dorchester. A Pro-burial Funeral Mass will be announced at a later date. Interment Cedar Grove Cemetery. TURNER-Of South Boston, formerly of Braintree, Barbara Jean, on Feb.

21 Wife of Patrick Birdsall. Mother of Nicole and Ka-trina. Daughter of Patricia Turner of Inverness, FL and the late Donald G. Turner. Sister of Donald Turner of Abington, Paul of -Northwood, NH.

Sandra Johnson of North-boro and David Turner of Quincy. Funeral Services at the Joseph R. Lucid Funeral Home, 18 Quincy (at Weymouth Landing), BRAINTREE, on Wednesday, Feb. 25 at "10 A.M. Relatives and friends are respect-.

fully invited. Visiting hours on Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. If desired, donations may be made in her memory to the Beacon Hospice, 529 Main Boston, MA 02129. VALENTE-of Brookline, February 21, Olga (Tocco). Beloved wife of the late Domenic Valente.

Devoted mother of Marie Penney of Brookline and Domenic Valente of Medford. Also survived by 5 loving grandchildren and 5 loving great grandchildren. Sister of Lillian Periello of Boston. Funeral from The Detlo Russo Funeral Home, 306 Main MEDFORD, Wednesday at 8 AM. Followed by a Funeral Mass celebrated in St.

Clement Church, 71 Warner Medford Somerville at 9 AM. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Visiting Hours Tuesday 2-4 7-9. Services will conclude with burial at St. Michael Cemetery.

Boston. It has been requested that in lieu of flowers expressions of sympathy be sent in Olga's memory to the Don Orione Home, 111 Orient Boston, MA 02128. WALSH-Of Medford, Feb. 21, Margaret T. Walsh.

Beloved mother of Walter W. and his wife Judith Walsh of Medford. Also survived by 2 granddaughters, Randi Johnson of Everett Laura Mosquera of Maryland. Funer- al from the Gaffey Memorial Funeral Home, 43 High St. MEDFORD SQUARE on Tuesday, Feb.

24 at 9AM, followed by a funeral mass in St. Francis of Assisi Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives invited, visiting hours Monday 2-4 7-9 PM. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery, Maiden. Former employee of Ames Envelope Somerville.

WASH BURN-Of Concord, formerly of Medford, Feb. 9. Rev. Gordon H. Husband of the late Dorothy (Sanford) and Katharine (Erlckson).

Father ot Margery A. Pinet of Ca-zanovia, N.Y. and Marsha A. Dishman of Concord. Brother of Donald of Melrose Raymond of Lincoln, R.I.

Grandfather of Julia Jeffrey Dishman. Services at the Congregational Church of W. Medford. 400 High Feb. 24 at 10 a.m.

Visiting hours at the Beals-Geake-Magliozzi Golden Rule Funeral Home, 29 Governors MEDFORD, (Handicapped Accessible), Monday. Feb. 23 from 5-8 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Gordon H. Dorothy M.

Washburn Student Aid Fund, Bangor Theological Seminary, 300 Union St. Bangor. ME. Family Committal Services will be held at Westport, MA. WEBER -Of Scituate, formerly of Sandwich and Attleboro, February 21, 1998, William G.

age 90. Husband of the late Evelyn (O'Reilly) Weber. Loving father of William G. Weber Jr. and his wife Carol of Scituate.

Brother of Louise (Weber) Stenham of East Haven, CT. Devoted grandfather of Lauren Weber, Jeffrey and Gregory Winsper and 3 great-grandchildren. Funeral from the Rich-ardson-Gaffey Funeral Home, 382 First Parish SCITUATE CENTER (oft Rte. 3A nr. Scituate Police Station) on Wednesdey.

February 25, at 9 a.m. Followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Francis Xavier Cabrini Church, Hood Scituate, at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.

Interment will be private. Those who wish may remember William through memorial dona- tions to Hospice of the South Shore, 100 Bay State Braintree, MA 02185-9060. Funeral LiLLYDALE-Of Lynn, February 22. Wil liam m. Husband of Mane D.

(Cormier) Lilly-. dale. Father of William H. Ullydala, Susan M. Lillydale and Nancy A.

Lillydale. Funeral from the Cuffe- McGinn Funeral Home, 157 Maple St LYNN Wnrinflsriau at a Funeral Mnfn in fit Pin Chumh at a Friends may call Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m' llji iqiiui is mi i 11a iiioiiiui may ua maue ij St. Jude's Children's Hosoital. 501 St. juae 8 riace, Mempnis, iNjuiua.

MALONEY-Of Wakefield. Feb. 91. Fvwlvn R. (Kinnon).

Devoted wife of the late Henry B. Maloney. Loving mother of Richard "Troy Maloney of Wakefield, Judith A. (Maloney) i-v Sullivan of No. Billerica and Nancy J.

(Ma- loney) Richardson of San Jose. CA. Sister of Lynda Scott of Woburn Neil Kinnon and Leo Kinnon both of Maiden. Also survived by i a aranacn aren ana several nieces ana neral Home. 19 Yale WAKEFIELD, on neral Mass in Si.

Joseoh Church ai 10:30 a.m. Relatives and friends mav call at the Funeral Home on Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9. MADOTTA In Arilnntnn Cah 11 Dnhan A Beloved son of Janet (Murray). Loving brother of James T. of Arlington, Joann Marotta of FL, Leeanne Carley of Woburn.

Devoted nephew of Kenneth Murray of Arlington, vived by seven nieces and nephews. Funer- al from the Keefe Funeral Home, 5 Chestnut Rte. 60, ARLINGTON, (Adjacent to St. Agnes Church), on Tuesday at 8 A.M. Funer--n afMass in St.

Camillus Church, Arlington at m.m. neiaiives ana menas invueu. visiuny in; hours Monday 2-4 and 7-9. MARTINS-Of Scituate. Feb.

21, 1998. dre' age 67. Son of the late Philip and Libania (Docanto) Martins. Loving brother of li, Jose'' Martins of west Yarmouth, Francisco of New Britain, CT. and Maria Mendes of Scrtuate, also survived by many nieces and -ttf nephews.

Funeral from the Ricnardson-Gaf-'pi. fey Funeral Home, 382 First Parish Scrt uate center, (on Hte. 3A near bcituate Koiice Station), on Feb. 24 at 9 a.m. followed I by a Funeral Mass in St.

Frances Xavier Ca-rib brini Church, Hood SCITUATE at 10 nb o'clock. Relatives and friends are respectful-edi Invited to attend. Visiting hours 2-4 7-9 p.m. Interment Union Cemetery, Scitu-yi' ate. Those who wish may remember Andre' through memorial donations to Hospice of -ij" The South Shore, P.O.

Box 859060, Brains'1' tree, MA. 02165-9060 or The American Lung Association of Southeastern. 1 Abbey Lane, Middleboro, MA. 02346. AMclCWRATH-Of Needhsm.

Feb. 20th, Robert John. Beloved husband of Ruth M. tWii (McCracken). Loving father of Su- E53 an B- Mcllwrath ofTHolliston, Wil- Ist'.

liam G. Mcllwrath Sr. of Newton fc33 apd Nancy L. Mcllwrath of Med- -ifi'H field. Grandfather of William G.

'fc i' Mcllwrath Jr. of Billerica, Tracy L. Robarge of Boston, Dean S. Mcllwrath of Brookline, NH and Melodie M. Mcllwrath of Boston.

Great grandfather of Tucker Dean and Kailey Anne Mcllwrath. Also survived by 3 nieces and 1 nephew. Funeral services at the Presbyteri-an Church in Needham, 1458 Great Plain on Tuesday Feb. 24 at 11 AM. Rela- tives and friends are kindly invited.

Visiting ti hours at the Eaton Funeral Home, 1351 Highland NEEDHAM on Monday 2-4 iF and 7-9. Interment Needham Cemetery. Me-morials in Robert's memory may be made to the Needham Presbyterian Church Memori-r al Fund, 1458 Great Plain Needham, MA 02192. Late retired Newspaper mailer for 1 the Christian Science Monitor. US Army Vet-1 eran World War IL Member of the Nehoiden Lodge Past President of Webster lF Green Association in Needham and Member of the Needham Retired Mens Club and Church Elder of the Presbyterian Church in Needham, McPARTLIN-Mary A.

"Mollie" 93 years of age, of Dorchester, February 22. 1998. Complete notice to follow. The Dolan Funer-1 al Home of DORCHESTER will be assisting the McPartlin family with funeral arrange- ments. MEADY-Of West Quincy and West Dennis, Feb.

20, 1998, Mary C. (Corson) Meady. Be-i loved wife of Leo FT Meady. Devoted mother of Maureen Hussey and Marilyn Mclnnis tboth of Rockland. Survived by two granddaughters and three grandsons.

Sister of Elizabeth Beatson of Quincy, also survived by many nieces and nephews. Funeral from the Sweeney Brothers Homes for Funerals, "One Independence Quincy. Tuesday, Feb. 24 at 9:15 A.M. Funeral Mass in St.

Mary's Church, 95 Crescent West Quin- 1 1 cy at 10:00. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Visiting hours Sunday 7-9 and Monday 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, West Quincy.

For those who wish, donations in Mrs. Meady's memo-v ry may be made to the Fr. McMahon Scholarship Fund, co 115 Crescent West Quincy, MA 02169. MEIER-Of Brighton, February 22, 1998, Al- uin a RainuAri riushand of Carol A. (Clarke).

Devoted rainer of uary ana 1 Carolyn "Sissy." Funeral from the 3 Lehman Reen Funeral Home, 63 Chestnut Hill Ave. (nr. Brighton Wednesday at a.m. i-onowea oy a runerai Mass in St. Columbkille Church at 9 a.m.

Relatives and friends are kindly invited to tend. Interment St. Josephs Cemetery, i-i West Roxbury. Visiting hours Tuesday 2-4 V.f and 7-9 p.m. Army Veteran, Korean Conflict.

Member and Past Grand Knight, Brighton Council 121, of C. and member 4th De-n gree Bishop Chevrus General Assembly. jm Retired Postal Employee, and Employee, Boston College. If desired donation in Al memory to tne Good Samaritan Hospice. i 310 AHston Brighton, MA 02146 would i be appreciated.

Funeral home handicapped accessible. MERRITT-Of Fox Hill, Westwood, formeriy of Chestnut Hill on February 21, 1998, Mary 3(j t. nenoersonj Memn. L-oving wne ornuy d. larH rtawnioH mnihnr r1 I tjrlia "Prtcio Morritt Tavlor of Hanover.

NH. Deborah Gar- field or ueres, ua; rvaie rvierrin ot wewion and SSgt Sayre B. Merritt USAF of Hans-com Air Force Base in Bedford. Loving -( grandmother of Jenny Randolph of Iowa City, IA and Daniel and David Merritt of Bed-Lr- ford. The memorial service will be held on Tuesday, March 3.

at 2 o'clock P.M. at the First Parish Church, Suffolk Road in Chest-nut Hill. Relatives and friends are respectful-; ly invited to attend. Burial will be private. Me-morial contributions in Mary's memory may be made to The Aloha Foundation.

RR1 Box1 pej 91A. Fairlee, VT, 05045. Late Volunteer for 0 many years at the Boston Lying-in Hospital-s and The New England Deaconess Hospital )y th Fun rfnan and Sons-Waring eral Home, WtLLtoLt MILANI-Of Randolph, unexpectedly, Feb. 21, John J. Beloved son of the late 1 'fan.

John J. and Rose (Gaspari) Milani. 70 ShFTT Cousin of Joseph C. Coyne Jr. of Quincy and Marie Yaczik of Wal- 'n lES pole.

Also survived by several oth- i. II er cousins. Funeral from the Hur- -i ley Funeral Home, 134 South Main Street, i RANDOLPH, (Route 28) Tuesday at 8:15 AM. Followed by a funeral mass in St. Mary's Church at 9 AM.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Vis-'h, iting hours Monday 2-4 and 7-9 PM. Inter-tt ment St. Mary's Cemetery, Randolph. Late US Army Korean War Veteran.

I LLE -Carroll age 88, of Alton, NH, formerly of Swampscotf, MA, died Saturday, February 21 after a long illness. Husband of Alice M. (McMurray) Miner of Alton, NH. Fa-V" ner of Ann Miller of Framingham, MA. There are no calling hours.

Private memorial ser-" vices at a later date. Longtime physican with a private practice in the Swampscott area. MOGAN-Of Brockton, formerly of Holbrook February 20, Francis J. Beloved husband of Esther (Walkup). Father of Louise R.

Currie of Holbrook and the late David Mogan. Brother of Alfred of FL, Leo ot VA, Roy of NH. Madeline Richardson of FL, Pauline 'V Wright of Stow. MA, and the late Bernard, Joseph, and William Mogan and Mary La- montaane. Also survived bv 7 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren.

Funeral from The Hurlev Funeral Home. 1 27 South Frank- lin HOLBROOK, (Rte. 37) Wednesday at 9:15 a.m. Followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Joseph Church at 10 a.m.

Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend. Visiting r' hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment Union Cemetery, Holbrook. MONAH A N-Joseph age 34, of East Har-t. wich, died unexpectedly February 21 at Cape Cod Hospital.

He was the son of John i and Marion Monahan of East Harwich; brother of Mary E. Monahan ot Charlestown; nephew of Daniel J. Monahan of Brewster and Richard J. Monahan of Chatham and Naples, FL. He is also survived by 2 cousins.

A funeral will form on Wednesday, February 25 at 9 a.m. at Nickerson Funeral Home, n. Crowell CHATHAM, followed by a Funs neral Mass at 10 a.m. at Holy Redeemer fo Church, Chatham. Burial will follow in Holy Trinity Cemetery, Harwich.

Visiting hours will be held on Tuesday from 6-8 p.m. in the funeral home. Cf MULLIN-Edna M. (Cllnkscale) age 72 of Weymouth. Feb.

22, 1998. Beloved wife of Joseph V. Mullin. Mother of Barbara H. Mul-lin and her husband Bob Montivans of CT.

Grandmother of Lauren Mullin of CT. Sister) of Robert F. Clinkscale of Framingham, Ruth L. Sheridan of Weymouth, Kathleen A. Tom-n linson of Weymouth and the late Howard F.

Clinkscale. Also survived by many nieces Bl and nephews. A Funeral Mass will be cete-th brated on Wed. at 1 1 o'clock in St. Albert the Great Church, Weymouth.

Relatives and -l. friends invited, interment Lake view L-eme-'' tery, Weymouth. Visiting hours are omitted. Donations may be made to the charity of your cnoice. rrangemenis uy wmuuimiu Funeral Home.

WEYMOUTH. ueiovea nusoana Of cvoiyii iwatiai). uwviity father of Nicholas HI of Wilmington. Bronda Palla of Holyoke. Grandfather of Stephen and Anthony.

Loving brother of Mario Palla of Arlington, Esther DiTullio of Weymouth, and the late Emma. Funeral from the Keefe Funeral Home. 5 Chestnut Rte. 60, ARLINGTON, (adj. to St Agnes Church) on Tuesday at 10 a.m.

Funeral Mass in St. Agnes Church at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends Invited. Visiting hours Monday evening 7-9. PELLETIER-Of Everett.

February 21, nusoana or ou yrs 10 vaeraiaine Siusso; r-eumier. moving minor ui erard and Lorl Pelletier of North Reading, Joyce and the late Peter Simeone of Everett. Jeanne and David Valeri of Saugus. Dear brother of. Yvonne Burke ot bast Bridge water.

Cherished "Papa" of Jennifer and Mark Pelletier of North Reading. Devoted uncle of Brett Johnson of Everett, Geraldine McLellan of West Roxbury, and John Burke of East Bridgewater. Son-in-Law of Sandy Russo of Everett. Gene will be sadly missed by his many relatives, friends, and neighbors. A Funeral will be held from the J.

F. ward Funeral Home, 772 Broadway, EVERETT, on, Tuesday, Feb. 24th at 8:15 A.M. followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Anthony Church, 38 Oakes Everett, at 9:15 A.M.

Visiting hours will be held on Monday from 4-9 P.M. Services will conclude with interment in Glenwood Cemetery, Everett. WWII Army Air Force Veteran. Member of the West End House Alumni. PIERCE-Thomton D.

Tom of Milton, formerly of Dorchester, February 21. 1998. Husband of Gertrude Eileen (TooheyL Complete notice to follow. The Dolan Funeral Home of DORCHESTER will be assisting the Pierce family with funeral arrangements. RICCI-Of Dedham, February 21, Maria (Ga bnelli) Ricci.

Beloved wife of the late Louis R. Ricci. Devoted mother of Deborah A. Harti- 8an of Dedham, Linda T. Tissot of Medfield.

irandmother of Amy and Michelle L. Harti-gan, both of Dedham, Lindsay M. Tissot of Medfield. Sister of Louis Gabrielli of Westwood, Armando and Bernard Gabrielli of Dedham, Theresa Fiumedora of Hyde Park and the late Joseph Gabrielli. Funeral from the George F.

Doherty Sons Wilson-Canon Funeral Home, 456 High DEDHAM, at 8:15. Funeral Mass in St. Mary Church, Dedham. at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends kindly invited.

Visiting hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9. Interment Brookdale Cemetery, Dedham. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made in Marie's memory to the American Cancer Society. 30 Speen Framingham, MA 01701. Late employee of Rustcraft Greeting Card Company of Dedham.

RILEY-Formerly of Dorchester. In Hingham, February 20. Mary Alyce Riley. Beloved daughter of the late Patrick J. and Margaret E.

(Clancy) Riley. Loving sister of Anna M. Joyce of Cohasset Margaret E. Ryan of Dorchester, Thomas E. Riley of Milton and the late Charles P.

Riley. Mary Alyce is survived by many nieces and nephews. A funeral mass win be celebrated at St. Marks Church, Dorchester on Tuesday morning at 10AM. Relatives and friends invited.

Visiting hours at the Dolan Funeral Home, 1140 Washington Street, DORCHESTER LOWER MILLS on Monday 4-7 pm. Interment Holyhood Cemetery Brookline. Late employee Suffolk Countu Court. Contributions in Man Alvces' name may be sent to the St. Marks Educa- tional Fund, 50 Rosemont St, Dorchester, Ma.

02124 RlZZO-Of Lynnfield, formerly of Boston's No. End, February 20, Henry. Beloved husband of Suzanne (Hardy). Devoted father of Andrea Privitera of Woburn, Renee and Ste- Bhen Rizzo of Lynnfield. Funeral from the ello Russo Funeral Home, 306 Main MEDFORD, Tuesday at 9 A.M.

followed by a Funeral Mass celebrated in St. Maria Goretti Church, Chestnut Lynnfield at 10 A.M. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours Monday 4 thru 9. Services will conclude with burial at Forest Hill Cemetery, Lynnfield.

Expressions of sympathy may be sent in Henry's memory to the American Diabetes Association, 2 ML Royal Marlborough, MA 01752. RUSSO Of Cambridge, Feb. 21. Carmine. Beloved husband of Luigia.

Survived by many relatives and friends. Funeral from the DeVrto Funeral Home, 761 Mt. Auburn Watertown, Wed. morning at 9. Funeral Mass at 10 in St.

Francis of Assisi Church. EAST CAMBRIDGE. Visiting 2-4 Wed. morning, 1 hour prior to Mass. Burial Calvery Cemetery, Walt nam.

SAR AZIN -Madalyn A. Sarazin, February 21, 1998. Wife of Roger Sarazin of No. Attle-boro. Mother of Marc Sarazin of Plainville, Sandra Rappaport of Pawtucket and Ann Marie Petruccelli of Boston.

Sister of Claire Cornell of Fall River, Angela Nystrom of Re-hoboth, the late Alvin Donais, Marie Mello and Virginia Donais. Grandmother of Jessica Petruccelli of Boston. Step grandmother of Melissa Rappaport and Stacey Kimball. Also survived by three step great grander! il-. dren.

Residence: Spruce No. Attleboro. Funeral on Wednesday, February 25th at 8 a.m. from the John J. Diamond Funeral Home, 180 North Washington No.

Attleboro. Funeral Mass at 9 a.m. in Saint Mary's Church, 14 Park No. Attleboro. Visiting hours Tuesday evening, 6-9 p.m.

If desired, donations in her memory may be made to Home Care of Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island, 111 Brewster Street, Pawtucket, Rl 02860. Burial in Saint Mary's Cemetery, Attleboro Falls. SELEVICIUS-Of Holbrook, formerly of Dorchester, February 22, Joseph T. Selevi-cius. Beloved husband of Stephanie (Kar-nitchnig) Selevicius.

Loving father of Joseph Selevicius Jr. of NC and John P. Selevicius of NY. Devoted brother of Anna Kline of Rochester, NY and two other sisters in Lithu- ania. Dear grandfather of 4 and 2 greatgrandchildren.

Reposing at the Cartwright Funeral Home, 69 So. Franklin St. (Rte. 37) HOLBROOK. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend visiting hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.

At the family's request, funeral and burial will be private. SHEA-ln Burlington Feb. 22. Francis J. Beloved husband of Alice (Mitchell).

Loving father of Alice M. Popp of Scituate and theHate Anne. Brother of Theresa Carrabino of Cambridge, William J. Shea of Attleboro. Grandfather of Janet, Christine and Karen Popp, Denise Farmosa and Nancy Cooney.

Funeral from the Keefe Funeral Home, 5 Chestnut Rte. 60, Arlington, (adjacent to Si. Agnes Church) on Thurs. at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in St.

Malacahy's Church. Burlington at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends invited, visiting hours 2-4 7-9. Late Teamster Local 25. HAN -Joseph Of Sandwich, for- In r'yrnoutn on Deiovea nus- band of Mary R.

(Campbell) Shee-j han of Sandwich. Also survived bv several nieces nephews. A funeral iTlaSR Mill ha ialaKralaH a 1 Noon on Tuesday in Corpus Christi Parish Center in East Sandwich. Burial will follow in the A. National Cemetery in Bourne.

Call-Pt n0urs be neld on Monday from 2-5 PM in the Nickerson-Bourne Funeral Home, 154 Rt 6A in SANDWICH. Memorial contribu-tions in i his name may be made to Corpus .02537 BX 1170' EaSt Sand SMITH-Margaret M. (Lundberg) Smith, a longtime resident of the Oak lands section of Lowell, died Saturday afternoon at the home of her daughter in Acton. Wife of the late Russell T. Smith.

Mother of Karen E. Killoy of Acton, Craig M. Smith of Newburyport. Grandmother of Todd M. Smith, Brian M.

Smith, Ian D. Killoy, Devin P. Killoy and Kathleen L. Killoy: sister of Ruth Syvertson of Hastinqs-on-Hudson, N.Y., Lilly Dickson of ell, also many nieces and nephews. Funeral Wednesday morning at 9:30 a.m.

from the Mahoney Funeral Home, 187 Nesmith St. (Rte. 38) Lowell. Her Funeral Mass to be offered at 10:30 a.m. at the Immaculate Conception Church.

Lowell. Burial in St. Patrick Cemetery, Lowell. Friends may call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday Arrangements by Mahoney Funeral Home (978)452-6361.

STAN LE Y-Frances E. (Rowlinson), of Hyannis, former Hyde Park High School faculty member, died in Centervilfe, Feb 21. Beloved wife of Asa H. Stanley; sister of the late George and John Rowlinson; aunt of Regina -Hansen of WA, Susan Connelly of Foxboro, Philip Rowlinson of Acton the late Jane Thalman. A Mass of Christian Burial will be in St.

Francis Xavier Church, Hyannis, Feb. 24 at 10:00 AM. A memorial gathering will follow at The Tara Hotel, Hyannis. Rela- tives Friends are invited to attend. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the charity of one's choice.

uuoiia visia, ailU VIU1U1 tVIUMftJWT Of LOW- STERN-On Saturday. February 21, Dorothy L. (Rodman) of West Palm Beach, formerly of Belmont. Beloved wife of the late Dr. Louis N.

Stern. Devoted mother of Wil- liam E. Stern his wife Deborah of Mountain Lakes, N.J. and Elaine S. Salmon her husband Richard of Jupiter, FL.

Loving grand- mother of Neil M. Anne Garfinkel. David H. Wendy Garfinkel, Daniel J. Stern and cher- ished great grandmother of Benjamin Nicholas Garfinkel.

Dear sister of Sumner Helen Rodman of Newton, Bertram Sue Rodman of Falmouth, and the late Robert M. and Dori Rodman. She was also the devoted mother-in-law of Howard B. Garfinkel. Services at the Levine Chapel, 470 Harvard Brookline on Wednesday, February 25 at 10:30 a.m.

Memorial observance through Wednesday evening only at the home of Ron Nancy Simon. Remembrances may be made to the Belmont-Watertown Chapter of Hadassah. SWEENEY-Of West Roxbury. Feb. 21, Thomas L.

Beloved husband of Helen P. (Laliy). Loving Tamer or tiaine r. Sweeney of West Roxbury, Claire and her husband Thomas of Medfield. Lovina nrandfather of Michael.

Kevin and David McCabe all of Medfield. Loving brother of the late Mary, Anne. Margaret. Helen Davis, Frances Kitroe, John and James Sweeney. Funeral from the Robert J.

Lawler and Crosby Funeral Home. 1803 Centre WEST ROXBURY, Tuesday Feb. 24th at 9 AM. Funeral Mass in The Holy Name Church at 10 AM. Relatives and friends are invited.

Visiting hours Monday 2-4 and 7-9 PM. Interment St. Joseph's Cemetery, Late member of the Holy Name Society, Holy Name Church, Late World War II Army Veteran. Donations may be made in Thomas' memory to the Boston A. Medical Center, co Volunteer Services, 150 South Huntington Jamaica Plain, MA 02130.

NEWSDAY. Francis Harry Hinsley, the official historian of British intelligence in World War II and a. man whose, idea enabled Allied code-breakers to help win the Battle of the Atlantic, has died. He was 79. Sir Harry, who had worked in the British code-breaking establishment and had written several books on foreign affairs, was chosen to write the four-volume "British Intelligence in the Second World War." He was assisted by several co-au-1 thors.

It remains the only official history of that secret activity produced by any of the warring powers. He was a history undergraduate at St. John's College, Cambridge, early in World War II when recruiters for the code-breaking unit sum moned him. After his recruitment to the Government Code Cypher School at Bletchley Park, northwest of London, he was assigned to analyze the transmissions of German warships in the Baltic. In April 1940, he reported a massive movement of vessels toward Norway.

But the Admiralty refused to believe so young and untried a man and lost the aircraft carrier Glorious to German warships. The Royal Navy thereafter gave him its trust. A year later, with the code-breakers still unable to crack the naval version of the German cipher machine Enigma, the 22-year-old realized, in what he called a mad moment, that German weather ships off Iceland carried the machines and the keys to them. The Admiralty accepted his suggestion that it send a task! force to seize the trawlers. The mis-, sion's success gave the cryptanalysts the information they needed to read the coded U-boat messages for most of the rest of the war.

After the war, he completed his degree at St John's, became a don there, and rose to become its master in 1979, serving until 1989. From 1981 to 1983, he was vice-chancellor of the University of Cambridge. He was knighted in 1985. He leaves his wife, Hilary, two sons, and a daughter. DEATHS WILLOWS-Of Hampstead, N.H., formerly of Saugus, MA, Feb.

19. Michael P. Willows. Husband of the late Mary Ellen (O'Brien) Wil-. lows.

Father of Wayne M. Willows and father-in-law of Terri M. Kyller of Hampstead. Brother of Sandra Young of Lynnfield, Jean Condon ot Lynn, SybM Dickinson, Santa Rosa, CA and Helen Clark of So. Portland, ME.

Funeral Services Tuesday, Feb. 24, at 10:30 AM in the C. Frank Linnehan Son Funeral Home, 129 Kenoza (Exit 52 from Rte. 495 on Rte. 110 West), HAVERHILL.

Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Monday 2-4 and 7-9 PM. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, Lynn, YANUS-Of Canton, Feb. 20th, Ann G.

(Devine). Beloved wife ot the late B. Joseph. Mother of Joseph W. Yanus of Canton and Thomas Devine of South Carolina.

Sister of Rose E. Devine of West Roxbury. Aiso survived by 5 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. Funeral from The Dockray Thomas Funeral Home. 455 Washington CANTON.

Tuesday morning at 9. Funeral Mass at St. Gerard Maiella Church, Canton at 10. Visiting hours Monday 2-4 and 7-9. Interment St.

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Ribicoff gained national prominence at the 1968 Democratic National Convention when he criticized Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley for the strong-arm tactics used to control protesters. "Abe never hesitated to go out on a limb," former Connecticut gover- nor Lowell P. Weicker Jr. said.

"He represents the very best in poUtics." Mr. Ribicoff was born in New Britain. He attended the University of Chicago and graduated from its law school in 1933. His political career began in 1938, when he was elected to the Connecticut General Assembly. In 1948, he was elected to the US iTovic-o or1 two tpTns running for the US Senate in 1952.

He lost that race by 29,000 votes to Prescott S. Bush, the father of former President Bush. Mr. Ribicoff became the state's first Jewish governor in 1954 and 'worked to reform the judiciary system, eliminate county governments, and improve education. He also instituted a program to suspend the driver's licenses of speeders.

He resigned in 1961 to become a member of Mr. Kennedy's Cabinet. Mr. Kennedy originally offered him the job of attorney general, but Mr. Ribicoff suggested the president appoint his brother, Robert.

"I said, 'Look, now, I've watched you people, your brother, you and Bobby, for many years and you come out of the same Mr. Ribicoff recalled in a 1993 interview. you've got a problem, you automatically turn to Bobby for his he told the president. In 1962, he was elected to the US Senate seat, where he was known for his support for automobile safety standards, Medicare, education, and environmental regulations. After retiring from the Senate in 1981, he joined the New York law firm of Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays Handler.

Theodore Halperin, 86 Community activist; of Brookline A funeral service was held yesterday for Theodore Halperin of Brookline, who died of cancer Friday at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He was 86. Born and raised in East Boston, Mr. Halperin was a graduate of the University of Oklahoma. He worked as New England regional director of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America for 30 years before retiring in 1970.

A resident of Brookline for the past 22 years, Mr. Halperin enrolled in the Harvard Institute for Learning in Retirement in 1981 and took courses every semester until his death. Prior to moving to Brookline, Mr. Halperin lived in Milton. He served as a three-term member of the BrQokline Town Meeting.

He supported rent-control issues, and was an advocate of issues relating to senior citizens. Mr. Halperin was active in writing letters to local periodicals, including The Boston Globe, The Tab, and the Jewish Advocate. He was a member of CPPAX and the Brookline PAX. Mr.

Halperin leaves his wife, Ethel (Aronson); a son, Mark of Winchester; and three grandchildren. ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK Abraham A. Ribicoff, a former US senator and governor of Connecticut who served as secretary of Health, Education and Welfare in the Kennedy administration, died yesterday. He was 87. Mr.

Ribicoff, who suffered from Alzheimer's disease, died at a nursing home in Riverdale, N.Y., said television journalist Barbara Walters, a family friend. The public-service career of Mr. Ribicoff, a Democrat, spanned more than 40 years. He began as a state legislator in the Connecticut General Robert J. Mcllwrath Longtime Monitor employee; 82 Robert J.

Mcllwrath of Needham, a former employee of The Christian Science Monitor, died Friday at the Wingate of Needham Nursing Home. He was 82. Mr. Mcllwrath was born in Pittsburgh. He graduated from Hyde Park High School and attended Bentley College.

He served in the Army during World War II. He then went to work for the Monitor, where he was employed for 32 years, retiring in 1975 as a newspaper mailer. He was a member of the Nehoiden Lodge of Needham and the Needham Retired Men's Club, and was an elder of the Presbyterian Church in Needham. He was also a member of the CWAITU Union. Mr Mcllwrath leaves his wife, Ruth M.

(McCracken); two daughters, Susan B. of Holliston and Nancy L. of Medfield; a son, William G. Sr. of Newton; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

A funeral service will be held to morrow at 11 a.m. in the Presbyteri an Church in Needham. Burial will be in Needham Cemetery. MaryO.Amdur,76 Toxicology professor, researcher Mary 0. Amdur of Westwood, a toxicologist, died of a heart attack.

Feb. 16. She was 76. Mrs. Amdur was born in Pittsburgh.

She earned a chemistry degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1943 and a doctorate in biochemistry from Cornell University in 1946. She was a researcher at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. She later became an associate professor of physiology and toxicology at the Harvard School of Public Health. Mrs. Amdur also was a lecturer in the Department of Applied Biological Sciences and senior research scientist in the Energy Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

She concluded her career as a research professor at the Center for Environmental Medicine at New York University. She published dozens of articles and edited for scientific journals. Her work on air pollution, industrial health, lead exposure, and pulmo-I nary effects of airway irritants won her several awards and had a major role in the development of air pollution standards. She also served on several committees for the National Institutes of Health, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. She leaves a son, David H.

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