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4L Urgtn County, New iv1 TlIE RECORD. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1975 onrrvAMis IW19 Death CRDI Adolph A, (I U WasMrwitor) Ave,. WmIvmkkI en Sunday, Vpiemlr 7, tOt, Loymg toll,., oi Nnharl A, aril) Arthur A, turtimi, Hiollr of jo. vnin Siharar, Martha Baikity, Frail Mi Lurk, f rl and Ail.it li.ulan, W, viv.d l0 fcy Ih'M grandUiiidran, Vll l tyonj Nvnaial Horn, il Kifl. eorkmk ltd,, Wetlwood. Tuatila morning nl loo Clock. Intarmtnt, Mar-vrl Caniirtarv, bailimion. Miamii Cy Call J i And 1 f CM. Memorial the Pate a. V allay Hoipllel wvglj (BSTKIAtad. LAIR Arrhla W, M Senlembar 4, WS. of Peliudct Park. Beloved tiui. band at h lalt Mawrel, Devoted la-tlwr ot Beverly lliominon and rank Wavne Blair, Dear Oi ulnar ol Wavnt id F ram 11 Blair, Aim turvived by fionl grandchildren end thrat ureal, grandchildren. Reiioiom tervitf Toe), day. I P.M. altht Volk Funeral Home 81 Pelliedet Parte, 44 Brood Avenue y Int Nay, Mr. C. Mikt jouun. Inter, menl following Oeorue We,hington Me- morial Perk. F rirnot may call anytime liar P.M. TIM family will s prtMnl lo 4 And Mo P.M. Frank A. Pattl runtral Director. OOK R A Jl AM Iprah Int Turnamlan) ?n September ?, 194. ol 810 tjncj treel, Norm Bergen. Beloved wilt ol the lata Jack. Devoted mother ot Jack ! award Bookrenan, Relative and nendi, Also member ot N. J, Aoie-ion ol Retarded Children, tha Board ol Armenian Home lor the Aoed. end la-Oiej Educational Society of Holy Cro Arememen Church, Union City, ara re-pscltully Invited lo attend Memorial Service Tuetdev, I P.M. it h Neca-erSheroe f-yneral Home, in asm Street Union City. Rev, Varfan Meoher. Ian and Rev. Vertenet Kalavllan elll-cidllng. Religloul tervlcet Weflneday 10 .M. At Holy Croil Armani an Church, J)lh SI. And New York Ave., Union City, Interment Grovt Church Cemetery. Iho family will receive fntndi Monday Mo J P.M. and Tuejdey a to 1 And Mo I P.M. RAND Dorothy M of Palisades Park on September . 1975, age 71 year, pear sister of John and tlx lata Waller Mellln. Cousin of Mrs. Dons Nelson and John Lehmann. Visiting hours at . Blackley Funeral Home, corner of Broad and Elm Aves. Ridselield, Monday 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. Friends and relatives ara Invited to attend religious services at tho funeral homo TuewJev 1 P.M. CAMPERLINO Anna Lillian (ne 01-Biasel ol Jersey City on Friday. Sep. tember S, 1975. Beloved wlleol th late Biagio Camper lino. Dearest mother of Mrs. Julia Jensen, Mrs. Ann Piparo, Oennaro, Joseph, Carmine, Albert, Vincent Camperlino. Loving sister ol James DiBiase. Also survived by twenty grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren. Relatives and friends are Inviied to atlend the funeral Tuesday, September 9, 1975 at 9 A.M. from Houghton Funeral Home. 976 Summit Ave., cor ol Lincoln St., Jersey City., Funeral Mass at Our Ladv of Victories R.C. Church, 10 A.M. Interment Holy Ham Cemetery, Jersey City. Visitation Sunday and Monday 1 - 5 and MO PM. Parking lot entrance on Lincoln Street. COLARELLI Henry Sr., on September A, 1975 ol Upper Nyack, N.Y. Husband of the late Louise Colarelli. Fathey of Miss Gloria Colarelli ol Upper Nyack, N.Y., Mrs, Margaret Litewski of Stony Point, N.Y., Mrs. Florence Kipp of Congers, N.Y. and Henry Colarelli Jr. ol Pearl River, N.Y. Brother of Mrs. Freda Fafano ol Spring Valley, N.Y. And Mrs. Mary Moschelfl ol Paterson, N.J., Also survived by eight grandchildren. Mass ol Christian Burial St. Ann'i Church, Nyack, N.Y., Tuesday, September at 10 AM, Interment, Oak Hill Cemetery, Nyack, N.Y, Friends may call at tha Hugh E. White Funeral Home Inc., 43 South Broadway, Nyack, N.Y., Monday 3-5 and 7-9 PM. it is sug- ?iested memorial contributions be mad o th Nyack Hospital Building Fund, Nyack, N.Y. DAILEY Irene, ol HackensacX, N. J, on September S, 1975. Beloved wll of the late Joseph E. Mother ol Jan E. Gibbons, Richard A. and Joseph H. Dailey. Sister ol Coba DeVisser, Betty Wilde, Ada, Kay, and Helen Louwerse. Also survived by nine grandchildren. Services at th Ricardo Memorial Home, 397 Union Street, Hackensack on Tuesday, September 9th at 10 A.M. Interment George Washington Memorial Park. Friends may call Sunday and Monday 2 - A And 1 9 P. M. FORNATARO Luljl on September 7, 1973 of 232 Elm Ave, Teaneck. Beloved husband of the Ime Florence. Devoted father of Theresa Jaeoge, Vincent L. and Louis Fornataro. Also survived by seven grandchildren. Funeral from the Volk Funeral Home ol Teaneck, 789 , Teaneck Road. Notice of time to follow. FRIEDBERG Louis ol 437 Locust Ave, Paramus, N.J. Beloved husband ol th late Leah (nee Chabot). Devoted father of Muriel Friedberg and Ruth Goldstein. Loving brother of Jennie Schwaru and Dora Chabot. Adored grandfather of two grandchildren. Services will be held at "Gutterman-Muil-cant-KreiUman," corner Passaic and Park Sts, Hackensack, N.J. on Monday, September 8, at it A.M. The Memorial Week will be observed at the residence. 6RUBEL Francis 0., on September 6th, 1975. Beloved husband of Nellie Wisse of Fair Lawn. Relatives And ' friends are Invited to attend the funeral on Tuesday, September 9th at 10 A.M. from the Broadway Baptist Church, Paterson. Interment Cedar Lawn Cemetery. Visitation at the church on Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Memorials are preferred to the Broadway Baptist Church, Paterson. Arrangements by th Almgren Funeral Home, Paterson. CURA Jack, age 61 years, of Savre-vine, N. J on September 7th, 1975. Survived by his mother, Mrs. Eva Kes-sler Gura of Orange and son of th late Louis Gura. Husband ot Helen (nee Banachl Gura. Also two sons Robert and Louis, and two daughters Miss Ruth Gura and the late Mrs. Susan Deady. Also survived by three grandchildren. Five Sisters Sara Libman, Mrs. Sadie Boylt, Mrs. Ruth Schoem, Miss Lee Gura and Molly Gura. f riepds may call Monday evening 7 to P.M. Funeral service will be held 11 A.M. Tuesday morning at the Zamorski Funeral Home, 341 Washington Road, Sayreville, N.J. HARMS John Henry (Harry) of 1 Edgeweter Place, Edgewater, on September 5, 1975. Brother ol William Walter Harms. Also survived by one niec and one nephew. Services at John G. Heus and Son Funeral Home, 319 Main Street, Fort Lea, Tuesday 2 P.M., Rev. Sidney A. Pearson officiating. Interment Brookside Cemetery. Visiting Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P. M. KALTMAN David of Hollywood, Florl-da. formerly of Englewood, N.J. Be-loved husband of Pauline (nee Lein), devoted father of Mildred DeScherer and Phyllis Cobin. Loving brother of Frank, Mary Friedman, Stella Kalt-man. Ceil Atlas and Mildred Snyder. Adored grandfather of six grandchil-dren. and three great-grandchildren. Services will be held at "Gutterman-Musicant-KrelUman," corner Passaic and Park Sts, Hackensack, N.J. on Tuesday, September 9, at 10:30 A.M. Th Memorial Week will be observed at the DeScherer residence, 280 Arch Rd, Englewood, N.J. Should friends desire, contributions may be made to Parkinson Institute, 1501 Northwest 9th St, Mi-Ami, Florida. 3 Ricardo Memorial Home Wm. F. Ricardo Director fla4ikW IMJ. 397 Union St. Hackensack. N.J. 342-0017 . ' A FUTURE NEED and A PRESENT DUTY The burial plot in ur Cemetery are available ia every price range. Therefore, it rust tta more to buy the beau Choice plota (or (4) Interment, including Perpetual Care for 1223.00 ' cjar cQatcn CEMETERY and CREMATORY McLean Blvd. & Crooks Ave.. Paierton. NJ. 07513 27M644 Notices KLIMM (leaner A, (rw K Irchnar) u Wl.mher fin, KM at Whlimg. N. J. formerly of Maywood, N. J flticvd Vrila ol Arna K, l)oid moifiar o! dQ. art and I noma. Alwi survived Or run fl'ffHlihlldran. Funeral wrrvlt al Trirw ft t. 4j9 Mavwood Avenua, Mavwaud. K J,.on Weontidav, Vaienihar loirt at II AM, by in Btv. toward , vhmidt. Interment Georo yvatntngton Mamoriel Park Vllllin Monday 7 to t P.M. tnd Tuttdav i I ed to P.M. KNIOMT - Robert W, n Saolambar i. Hli ol Rivar Idea, N.J, IteiovM hut-band el Helen (nee Borvt). Oaaf talhar Ol Mrs, Jam (Lor raina) Ryan, bi tuner ol laioy, Mnneiri 4'kI Donald Knight and Mrs. Harry (porolhyl i.m-marly. Funeral service to AM Tuesday (I in Maauoard unral Horn, tat irwserkametk Hd. River Edu. Inter pwnt Oaoro waWiington Memorial Park, Vititir-t Sunday An Monday 2 4 i PM. KQVACI Irma L, ne Snllmntl on Srptember A, Iff) gl West Long Branch M lornwrly of Clllltioe , Beloved wil of John, pear HMer of Mr Nor. Pi Schepiti. Mrs. Anyelma Monad, Funeral IromMcCorrv Brolhert f unar. al Horn, 70 Anderson Ave. CIHMd Pk on lutvjav. Seotember tlh al jd AM. Funaral Matt al teipntny MC Church 10 AM. interment Si. Joseph Cemeierv Hackensack. Visiting J 4 and Lot.'' p,l,ln9 Grnhogt PUin KROCKA - Gerald (raid L (Jerry) suddenly 7lh. Itrt In h Slh ... ol Ridgelield Park. Beloved hinband of Ann (rw Sthneider. Devoled Hither ol Sharon tiler Ivan, Valerl Cook nd Ml-, chael (Crock. Dear brother ol Marger. ?l Williams. Louis Chuo, John, Frank, harles And Sloven Krork. pear son of th late Frank and Jotphin Krrxka, and brother of th let Helen Yeager, Also survived fey on granddaughter, Funeral Irom th Vorhaas Funeral Horn. 59 Main St. Rlogelieid on September fork, on Wednasdav, Saoteniner 10, 3A A.M. Tha lunarAl itiaki mill ha aI. glared .atSt. Frances R.C. Church, .daefield Park. 10 A.M. Interment eorge Washington Memorial Park. Paramus. Visiting hours Monday 7 to I P.M. nd Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to P.M. If desired, contributions may be mad to th Bergen County Laryngectomee Association, car of Mrs. Eleanor Scheideier, 134 Christie Street. Ridge-field Park. LEHMAN Clinton R.SrjOh Saturday, September A, 1975, of tj Rosselt Street, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., g 54 veers. Beloved husband of the late Emeu (ne Young). Devoted lather of CluSlon, Jr., ol Englewood Cliff and Miss Merle Lehman ol Kennilworth. Dear brother ol Edward of Leoma. Joseph ol Fort Lee, and Mrs, Dorothy Scoble of Los Angeles. Celil, Funeral Irom Hunt Funeral Home, 1601 Palisade Avenue, Fort Lee, Wednesday at 9:15 A.M. Th tuneral mass will be celebrated At 10 A.M. In St. Cecelia's R.C. Church, En- Jilewwood. Interment Madonna Cme-erv, Fort Lee. Visitation Monday And Tuesday 2 to 4 And Mo t P.M. MAGGIO Rosaria (leuiji) on September 7, 1975, -ot Walker St, Fairview. N.J. Beloved wit of Charles Sr., devoled mother ot Joseph, Charles Jr., Russ Maggio, Rosalie Murphy, Connie Gaili-tano, Virginia DiMeglio, Minnie Rigas nd FrancSjtarro. Dear sister ol Antonio Leuiii, Erlmina D'Uardo, and two brothers in Italy. Loving grandmother of fifteen grand-children and one greatgrandchild. Relatives And Inends are respectfully invited to Attend th tuneral from A.K. Mecagna Funeral Home, 495 Anderson Ave, (cor. Edgewater Rd), Cliffside Park, N.J. on Wednesday. September 10, at 9:30 A.M., thence to Madonna R.C. Church where the funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 A.M. Entombment Madonna Mausoleum. Fort Lee. Viewing 2-4 And J- Monday and Tuesday. NASH William W. of 1 Brrv St., Hackensack. Entered eternal rest September 6, 1975. Beloved brother of Mrs. Annie Tmsley, Mrs. Florence Spady. Relatives end friends may attend Funeral Service Tuesday, t PM at Cheek Funeral Home, 226 Passaic St., Hack-ensack. Interment, Fair Lawn Cemetery. Visiting Monday, 3-5 and 7- PM, and Tuesday, 11-1 PM. OLIVER George Eric of lit Gamewell Street, Hackensack. Loving lather ol Darryl. Brother of Frederick Pierce. . Foster son of Mrs. Charles Allen. Funeral Tuesday 1 P.M. at Church ol God in Christ, 191 High Street, Hackensack. Rev. S.S. Holder officiating. Burial Fair Lawn Cemetery. Visiting Monday 3 at Nesbitt Funeral Home, 175 En-? ewjod Ave., Englewood. and Tuesday 11 t at th Church, b'H&,LV Ji"iM E- 5n September 7, JWS "North Shor Road, Cranberry Lak N.J. Beloved husband of Vera (nee Podusky). Devoted brother ol Aones Farrell, Nora Seery, Mary Scllli- ri, Sister Kathleen O'Neill, David, Francis, nd Thomas O'Neill. Funera Tuesday 9:45 A.M. from Volk Funeral Home of teaneck, 78? Teaneck Road. Thence to Holy Trinity R.C Church, Hackensack where a funeral Mass wll be offered at 10:1$ A.M. Interment fol-lowing George Washington Memorial Park, Paramus. Friends may call anytime after P.M. Monday, the family. . will be present 2-4 And P.M. PERRY Louise M. Wilde, ol Verona, N. J., on September 6, 1975. Beloved wife of the late Raymond Perry and mother of Robert W. and Stewart W. Wild, Beatrice W. Logan and Louis Moor VanVleck. Also survived by eight grandchildren. Funeral services at Grace Episcopal Church, Rutherford, Tuesday A P. M. Cremation private. Friends may be received at th John C. Collins Funeral Home, 19 Lincoln Ave. Rutherford, Monday 7 to 9 P. M, RAUSA Anthony on September 6. 1975 of 52 East Madison Ave, Dumont, NJ. Beloved husband of the late Ida (nee LoVette). Devoted father of Dorothy Man, Kenneth, Charles, Benjamin and the late Alfred Thomas Rausa. Dear brother of Thomas Rausa, also survived bv eight grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. The tuneral mass Tuesday 9:30 AM at St. Mary's RC Church Dumont, The family will re- . ceive their friends at th Freeh Funeral Home, 161 Washington Ave, Dumont. 3 5 and 7-9 PM. Interment St. Joseph's Cemetery. SCHWIBNER Arthur of Edgewater, N.J. Beloved husband of the late Lillian (nee Fischier). pvoted father of Tod and Dr. Barry, Loving brother of Roman and Melvin Beck. Adored grandfather of four grandchildren. Services will be held at "Gutterman-Muslcant-KrelUman," corner Passaic and Park Sts, Hackensack, N.J, en Monday, September t, at 1 P.M. SOMMESE Joseph A. ol Ridgelield en September 4, 1975, g 40 years. Beloved husband ol Frances (nee Lia), devoted father of Amy, Andrew. Vincent and John Sommese. Dear brother of Mrs. Joan McNulty, Mrs. Mell Mof-fitt, Mrs. Hope Miller, Mrs. Madeline Tench, the Rev. Andrew Sommers and Salvalore Sommese. Visiting hours at Blackley Funeral Home, corner of Broad and Elm Aves, Ridgelield. Monday 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. Friends and relatives are invited to assemble at th tuneral horn Tuesday (:30 A.M. and to attend the fuoeral Mass at St. Matthew's R.C Church, Ridgelield, 9:30 A.M. SPATARO Viol (Scheckenback) oe Friday, September 5, 1975 of Wavne, N.J. Beloved wife of Joseph Spataro and loving mother of Mrs. Ronald (Mary Jane) Kowalskl And Joseph F. Spataro. Sister ot Mrs. Anna May Hav-ecker, Mrs. Magdelin Donfieid, Mrs. Harold (Elinor) Gesner. Funeral Tuesday 9:30 AM from th Vender May . Wayne Colonial Funeral Horn. 567 Ratzer Rd, Wavne. Thence to Holy Crass RC Church vrner at to AM Mass will be offered. Friends may call Sunday and Monday 3-5 and 7-9 PM. HEART FUND MEMORIALS tpettd nw ways to prevent deaths rem Heart Disease, Colt Bert en County Heart ftssn. 214 AAajn St Hajdreniack, N.J. 489-9194 : Cirfc tint trwitij tt kwtifef) fmii David Kaltman, founded wholesale drug company HOLLYWOOD, Fla. - Dav- id Kaltmvn, 78, died In Engl wood Hospital yesterday. Mr. Kaltman was born In New York City. He had lived In Hollywood for the past aix years after living in Engle wood since 1929. He was the founder of D. Kaltman & Co., a wholesale drug firm, and had headed the company for SO years. The offices were In Jersey City and New York. He was a graduate of Col umbla College of Pharmacy, class of 1917, and was past president of the Lions Club and the Heart Association of Jersey City. He was the founder of Temple Emanu-El of Englewood and a member of B'nal B'rith. He was former chairman of the drug division of the United Jewish Appeal. He Is survived by his wife, the former Pauline Lein; two daughters, Mildred De Scherer of Englewood and Phyllis Cobin of Wilmington, Del; a brother, Frank of California; four sisters, Mary Friedman, Stella Kaltman, Williams raps GOP policy CHERRY HILL -Sen. Har rison A. Williams, D-N.J., Sat-, urday pinned the blame for the nation's economic woes on the policies of the Nixon and Ford administrations. "Both here In New Jersey and across the country the construction industry has had an unemployment rate more than twice as great as the rest of the work force," Williams said in a speech to the 61st convention of the New Jersey State Council of Carpenters. "As many as 25 per cent of your people have been out of work in recent months. Thousands of men and women who need a paycheck can't get one despite their fine and valuable skills," he said. "We have heard some ex perts in Washington tell us that what has happened to the construction industry was. caused by the energy crisis, shortage of materials, the money crunch, and inflation," the senator said. "They were all factors, of course, But they came two or three years after the Nixon Administration hit your industry with the hammer blows of impounded funds and tight-money fiscal policies." He charged that policymakers in Washington did not real-' ize they failed to map out a new economic policy to meet the current situation. "We have had a new President for more than a year now, but we havent had a new policy toward the construction industry," Williams .said. ZENH Ely J. Beloved tiusband of Alleen. Father of John and Francis. Also survived by five grandchildren. Reposing at th Quirk Funeral Home, 89 Enole St. Englewood, NJ Funeral mass will be held at th St. Cecilia's RC Church, Englewood NJ on Tuesday 9:311 AM. Interment Brookside Cemetery, Englewood. Family will receive their fritnds Monday 2-4 and 7-9 PM In Memoriam EDWARDS Gordon F. Today and v. ry day my best belovedest forever. SUZIE Florists and Floral Designs DUBY THE FLORIST m Main St., Hackensack 342-Uit Funeral Directors Greenleaf Funeral Home Non Sectarian Est. 1895 tog W. Paiis'de Ay. Enotwd 568-041. H.C. WOKAL FUNERAL HOME "Service to the Living" 241 Union St, Hackensack 342-2151 Kenneth Focarino, Mgr. J. ROCCIOLA FUNERAL HOME IH Essex St., Hackensack 487-451 Air Conditioned Chapel The Record classified department will be open to receive death notices on the following hours: FOR SAME DAY PUBLICATION Monday through Friday 7:30 AM-8.-30 AM FOR NEXT DAY PUBLICATION Monday through Thursday 8:30 AM-5:00 PM 1:00 PM-10:00 PM Sunday 4:00 PM-10:00 PM FOR SUNDAY PUBLICATION Friday .. 8:30 AM-5:00 PM Saturday :00 AM-5:00 PM Ceil Atlas, and Mildred Snyder, all of Florida. There ara six grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren. Services will be tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. at the Gutterman-Musicant-Kreitzman Funeral Home, Passaic and Park Streets, Hackensack, with burial In Riverside Cemetery, Rc chclle Park. Mourning week will be observed at the DeScherer resl-dence, 280 Arch Road, Englewood. ' Memorial contributions may be sent to Parkinson Institute, 1501 N.W. 9th St., Miami, Fla. Dorothy M. Brand PALISADES PARK - Doro-thy M. Brand, 71, died Saturday in Hudson Manor Nursing Home, North Bergen. Mrs. Brand was born in Old Tappan and had lived in Palisades Park since 1949. She formerly resided in Jersey City. She had been a secretary for the Commercial Union Assurance Company until her retirement 11 years ago. She was a - member of the Morsemere Community Church in Ridgeficld and the Daughters of Liberty. ' , She was a former member of the Summit Avenue Methodist Church in Jersey City. She is survived by a brother, John Mellin of Toms River. Services will be tomorrow at 1 p.m. in the Blackley Funeral Home, Broad and Elm Avenues, Ridgefield, with burial in Grove Reformed Church Cemetery, North Bergen. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Arthur Schwibner . EDGEWATER - Arthur Schwibner, 73, of 1 Hudson -Harbor, died Saturday in Huntington Hospital, Huntington, N. Y. Mr. Schwibner was born in Bayonne. He had lived in Edgewater eight years. He .formerly resided in Fort Lee and Teaneck. He was the founder and first president of the Bergen County B'nai B'rith. He is survived by two sons, Ted of Waldwick and Dr. Barry of Huntington: two brothers, Roman of Hartsdale, N. Y and Melvin of Louisiana. Services were scheduled for 1 p.m. today at Gutterman-Musicant-Kreitzman Funeral Home, Passaic and Park Streets, Hackensack. Burial will be in Cedar Park Cemetery in Emerson. Agnes Ludwig IRONIA Agnes Ludwig, 67 of 9 Marjaleen Drive, a former Hillsdale resident, died yesterday at Morristown Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Ludwig was born in the Bronx. She lived in Hillsdale 22 years before moving to Basking Ridge in 1973. She lived in Ironia since July. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Russell Wyatt of Ironia; a brother, Alfred Kloo of Se-caucus; two sisters, Florence Hahn of Succasunna and Ida Gabriel of Lakewood, and two grandchildren. Her husband, Herman, died in 1973. Services will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Gallaway and Crane Funeral Home, 101 South Finley Ave., Basking Ridge, with burial in Somerset Hills Cemetery, Basking Ridge. Friends may call today and tomorrow from 7 to 9 p.m. Rosaria L. Maggio FAIRVIEW Rosaria Leuz-zi Maggio, 76, of Walker Street, died yesterday in Englewood Hospital. Mrs. Maggio was born in Italy and came to the United States in 1929. She had lived in Fairview five years, previously residing in Fort Lee. She was a member of the Rosary Society of Madonna R. C. Church. She is survived by her husband, Charles Sr.; three sons, Joseph in Virginia, Charles Jr.' of Upper Saddle River, and Russ of Fort Lee; five daughters, Rosalie Murphy of Cliff-side Park, Connie Gallitano of South Hackensack, Virginia DiMeglio of Fort Lee, Minnie Rigas of Mays Landing, and Frances Zarro of Fairview; 15 grandchildren, and a greatgrandchild; three brothers, Antonio Leuzzi of South Hackensack and two brothers in Italy, and a sister, Erimina D'Uardo of Lodi. Services will be from the A.K. Macagna Funeral Home, 495 Anderson Ave., Cliffside Park, Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.. followed by mass at 10 in Madonna R.C. Church. Entomb ment will be in Madonna Mausoleum, Fort Lee. Friends may call at the funeral home today and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to i p.m. I - v r : M I: i I , uj (: s, " sLu ADOLPH A. BERDAIS Former Westwood mayor Francis O. Grubel, retired engineer, 79 FAIR LAWN Francis O. Grubel, 79; of 15-50 Powclitt Drive, died at home Saturday. Mr. Grubel was born in Toledo, Ohio. He had lived in New York and attended school there. He lived in Paterson for 35 years before moving to Waldwick, and in 1956 moved to Fair Lawn. He was an engineer In heavy construction and from 1939 to 1945 was plant engineer for Wright Aeronautical Corp. of Paterson. He worked as an. engineer with Kennedy-Van Saun of New York City and travelled throughout the world as their engineer. He was a life member of the American Society for Metals. He served in the National Guard during World War I. He was a member of the Ethel Gallagher, TEANECK Ethel Gal-lagher, 69, of Lucy Avenue, died Saturday in St. Joseph's Home for the Blind in Jersey City. Mrs. Gallagher was born in New York City and had lived in Teaneck for 40 years. She was a pianist and entertainer in the 1930s on WOR .and WEAF and had been the pianist for Bernhardt's Restaurant, now the Carriage Club in Teaneck. Until her disability five years ago, she played for the Senior Citizens' affairs in Teaneck. There are no surviving relatives. Her husband, James, died in 1944. Services will be tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the Peinecke Funeral Home, 1321 Teaneck Rd. Burial will be in George Washington Memorial Park, Paramus. - ! r Clinton Lehman, ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS -Clinton R. Lehman Sr., 54, of 13 Rossett St., died Saturday in Holy Name Hospital, Teaneck, after a long illness. Mr. Lehman was born in Englewood and lived in Fort Lee before moving to Englewood Cliffs 15 years ago. He was a partner in Edward Leh- Louis Friedberg PARAMUS Louis Friedberg, 83, of 437 Locust Ave., died Friday in East Orange General Hospital. Mr. Friedberg was born In Russia. He moved from New York City to Paramus 20 years ago. ' , He was a member of the Neshwitzer Young Men's Benevolent Society of New York. He belonged to the Golden Age Group of the Paramus Jewish Community Center. He is survived by two daughters, Muriel Friedberg and Ruth Goldstein, both of Paramus; two sisters, Jennie Schwartz of Forest Hills, N.Y., and Dora Chabot of the Bronx, and two grandchildren. Services were to be this morning at the Guttermann-Musicant-Kreitzmann Funeral Home, Passaic and Park Streets, Hackensack, with burial in Cedar Park Cemetery, Emerson. A memorial week will be observed at Mr. Friedberg's residence. George Bailey PATERSON George Bailey, 70, of Market Street, died Friday in Irvington General Hospital. Mr. Bailey was born in Lawrence, Mass. He had lived in Paterson for 35 years. He was a retired depot master for Transport of New Jersey. He is survived by his widow, the former Marie Van der Sluys; two ions, George of Washington Township and Roger of Paterson; a sister, Anna Macik of Totowa, and four grandchildren. Services will be tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. at Delia Torre Fu neral Home, 515 21st Ave., Paterson, with burial in Lau rel Grove Memorial Park, ' Totowa. Friends may call at the fu-'neral home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Adolph A. BerdaiSf, hospital trustee, 68 WESTWOOD - Adolph A. Berdals, 68, president of the Pascack Valley Hospital Association and former mayor of Westwood, died yesterday In Pascack Valley Hospital. Mr. Berdals was born in New York and lived in TenaDy before moving to Westwood it 1946. He lived at 84 Washington Ave. for 27 years. He was president and owner of Westwood Ford Sales and Service Inc. since 1946. Broadway Baptist Church of Paterson since 1936, where he taught Sunday School and was active in Boy Scout Troop No. 36. At the time of his death he was secretary for the senior membership of the Church. He is survived by his wife, the former Nellie Wisse; two sons, Ralph O. of Willoughby Hills, Ohio, and John C. of New York City. There are two grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. Services will be tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the church. Burial will be in Cedar Lawn Cemetery. Friends may call at the Almgren Funeral Home, 336 .Broadway, Paterson, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Memorial contributions may be sent to the church. was entertainer Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to 4 .and 7 to 9 p.m. William W. Nash HACKENSACK William W. Nash, 70, of 192 Berry St., a resident here 50 years, died Saturday at Hackensack Hospital. Mr. Nash was born in Paterson. He was a self-employed maintenance man. Surviving are two sisters, Annie Tinsley of Hackensack and Florence Spady of Scran-ton, Pa. Services will be tomorrow at 1 p.m. at Cheek Funeral Home, 226 Passaic St., with burial in Fair Lawn Cemetery. Friends may call today from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. and tomorrow from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.. ' . partner in firm man and Sons, painting company in Fort Lee. Mr. Lehman was an army veteran of World War II. Surviving are. a son, Clinton Jr. of Englewood Cliffs; a daughter, Marie Lehman of Kenilworth; two brothers, Edward of Leonia and Joseph of Fort Lee, and a sister, Dorothy Scoble of Los Angeles. His wife, Emilia, died four years ago. Services will be Wednesday 'at 9:15 a.m. from the Hunt Funeral Home, followed by a mass at 10 a.m. in St. Cecilia's R.C. Church, Englewood. Bursal will be in Madonna Cemetery, Fort Lee. Friends may call today and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Gerald Krocka RIDGEFIELD PARK -Gerald L,- Krocka, 55, of 57 Cedar St., a 23-year resident here, died yesterday at Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch. Mr. Krocka was born in Edgewater. He was a retired truck driver for Daily Blue Line in North Bergen. He was a member of the Ridgefield Park special police and the Ridgefield Park Knights of Columbus, E.G. Alberque Council. Mr. Krocka also was a member of the Bergen County Laryngectomy Association. Surviving are his wife, the former Anna Schneider; two daughters, Sharon Eilertsen of Lake Hopatcong and Valerie Cool of Hackensack; a son, Michael at home; a sister, Margaret Williams of WaJba, .Minn.; five brothers, John of i Milwaukee, Frank of Duluth, Minn., Charles of Chicago, Steven of North Warwick, R.I., and Louis Chup of Fair-view, and one grandchild. A sister, Helen Yeager, is deceased. Mass will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. at St Francis R.C Church, with burial at George Washington Memorial Park, Paramus. Friends may call today from 7 to 9 p.m. and tomorrow from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Vorhees Funeral Home, 59 Main St. Donations can be made to the Bergen County Laryngec-.tomy Association, care of Mrs. .Eleanor .Scheideier. . 138 Christie Si, Ridgefield Park. Mr. Berdals' Involvement with Pascack Valley Hospital began while plans for the building were still on the drawing board. In 1956, he headed Westwood's fund-raising drive, which collected $150,000 for the hospital's construction. He was named a trustee of the hospital association In Judy 1960 and was elected executive vice-president in 1969. He was elected president of the Louise M. Perry VERONA - Louise M. Wilde Perry, 90, died Saturday at her home. Mrs. Perry was born In Nor-walk, Conn. She had lived in Verona for 18 years. Previously she resided in Teaneck, Montclair, and Rutherford. She received a teachers' certificate from Washington University and taught piano. She was a member of the Marble Collegiate Church in New York City. She is survived by two sons, Robert W. and Stuart of Verona; two daughters, Beatrice W. Logan of Fair Lawn and Louise Moore Van Vleck of Easton, Pa. There are eight grandchildren. Services will be tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the Grace Episcopal Church in Rutherford. Cremation will be private. Friends may call at the John T. Collins Inc. Funeral Home, 19 Lincoln Ave., Rutherford, today from 7 to 9 p.m. Jack Gura SAYREVILLE Jack Gura, 61, of 19 Jensen Road, died yesterday at South Am-boy Memorial Hospital. Mr. Gura was born in Bayonne. He lived in Bayonne before moving to Sayreville. He was a retail clerk in the advertising department of Shop-Rite stores in South Orange. Surviving are his wife, the former Helen Banach; two sons, Robert Gura at home and Louis of Waldwick; a daughter, Ruth of Austin, Tex.; his mother, Mrs. Eva Gura of Orange; five sisters, Sara Libman of Lakewood, Sadie Bovit of Summit, Ruth Schoem on Long Island, and Lee and Molly Gura, both of Maplewood. A daughter, Susan Deady, died in 1971. Services will be tomorrow at 11 a.m. at Zamorski Funeral Home, 341 Washington Road, Sayreville. Burial arrangements are incomplete. Friends may call tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. ADVERTISERS V Reach the audience that's right for every car you want to sell. Place your ad in the Car Care Feature . . . and reach over 412,000 daily adult Record readers in Bergen County. This standard-size section, published on September 25, will be of interest to everyone who drives. For more information, contact your advertising sales representative at 646-4200. New Jersey's Largest Evening Newspaper association In January. Over the years, Mr. Berdals had volunteered much of hit time for hospital work. Once asked about his hobbles, he re-i plied; "I guess I don't have any, but I have a longtime avocution Pascack Valley Hospital. 1 have devoted all my spare time to Its Interest." Borough post! During the 1950s, Mr. Ber dais served In borough government as a member of tho running Board from 1951 to 1953, as a councilman from 1953 to 1956, and as mayor from 1956 to 1957. He was past president of the Westwood Chamber of Commerce and past president of the Westwood Rotary Club. He was past president of the Newark District of the Ford Dealers Advertising Association. He was a member of West-wood Lodge BPOE 1562. He is survived by two sons, .Robert R. of Old Tappan and Arthur A. of Westwood; two brothers, Eric of Westwood and Albert of Port Charlotte, Fla.; three sisters, Josephine Scherer, Freda McGurk of Old Tappan, Martha Beckley of Port Washington, N.Y., and. three grandchildren. Services will be conducted tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the Lyons Funeral Home, 219 Kin-dcrkamack Road, Westwood. Burial will be in Maryrest Cemetery, Mahwah. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 3 to $ and 7 to 9 p.m. Memorial gifts may bo made to Pascack Valley Hospital. Anna VViktorzak WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP Anna Wiktorzak, 73, died Saturday in Valley Nursing Home, Westwood. Mrs. Wiktorzak was born tn Bayonne. She shared residences with two of her daughters in Washington Township and Yonkers. She is survived by three daughters, Eleanor Owczar-;zak of Yonkers, Rita Badurski of the Bronx, and Dolores M. Grud of Washington Township; six grandchildren, and .two great-grandchildren. Services will be tomorrow at .9 a.m. from the Halsey Funeral Home, 199 Centre Ave., Westwood, followed by a 10 a.m. mass at Our Lady of Good Counsel R.C. Church, Washington Township. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, North Arlington. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to S and 7 to 9 p.m.

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