The News from Paterson, New Jersey on June 25, 1981 · 39
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Obituaries THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1981 The News, North Jersey 39 " " i - Lola Lane Lola Lane, 75, veteran actress SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (UPI) - A mass was said yesterday at Santa Barbara's Old Mission for Lola Lane, one of the Lane Sisters who were among Hollywood's top leading ladies during the 1930s and 1940s. Lane died at her home Monday following a long bout with inflamation of the arteries. She was 75. Following the mass, she was buried at Calvary Cemetery in Santa Barbara. Lane appeared in 38 movies before she retired after filming "Deadline at Dawn" in 1946. Most of her films were for Warner Brothers, where she co-starred with two of her sisters, Rosemary and Priscilla Lane in "Four Daughters," "Four Wives" and "Four Mothers." The sisters were best known for their appearances together, but each had a : separate career and Lola Lane starred in such other filmes as "Death from a Distance," "Marked Woman," "Zanzibar" and "Why Girls Leave Home." Rosemary died in in 1974. A fourth sister, Leota, a professional singer, died in 1963. Another sister, Martha, did not take to the stage. Lola Lane was born Dorothy Mulligan on May 21, 1906 in Macy, Ind., and grew up in Indianola, Iowa, where her guitar-playing father was a dentist. She began her show business career playing piano in a theater showing silent films when she was a teen-ager. She was singing in a flower shop in Des Moines when she was discovered by Gus Edwards, a vaudeville star and songwriter. He changed her name to Lola Lane and toured the country with his road company production of "Ritz Carlton Nights." She later toured the Interstate, Loew and Orpheum circuits and, when she reached New York, was cast In "Greenwich Village Follies" and later in "War Song" which starred George Jessel. A Fox Studio talent scout saw Lane in "War Song" and gave her a screen test which led to her first film role, in 1929, In "Speakeasy." She was married to actor Lew Ayres from 1931 to 1933. 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Considered "a rascal" by some and "a giant oak in the forest of men" by others, the gnome-like Ball was admitted to Ochsner Foundation Hospital April 16 and had been awaiting surgery to repair an abdominal aneurysm. "But his condition worsened signlfi-. cantly in early May and, although there were brief periods of time in which he showed some signs of improvement, he did not regain his strength," hospital spokeswoman Karen Nabonne said. Ball's death certificate said he died of "cardio-pulmonary arrest, secondary to progressive oliguria (a form of kidney failure) and shock." . "His death wasn't totally unexpected," said J.C. Belin, president of the St. Joe Paper Co., from his office in Jacksonville, Fla. Belin, 66, a leading candidate to succeed Ball as chief trustee of the duPont estate, said Ball had been in poor health for the past three years. Upon hearing of Ball's death, B.K. Roberts, a retired Florida Supreme Court Justice and one of Ball's closest friends,, said, "A grand oak In the forest of men has fallen and all Florida is the loser... I was always impressed by his high sense of personal Integrity and soft, gentle attitude toward people, despite his reputation as a tyrant in the board room." But fellow duPont trustee William B. Mills, who unsuccessfully tried to wrest control of the trust from Ball, said, "I have always regarded him as a rascal and I always will. I was a dissident trustee because I disagreed with him." "We will miss his leadership and counsel, but the paper company the (Nemours) Foundation (which administers the trust's charities) and the Trust will go on as they have in the past," Belin said. "You've got to remember he was the only trustee who actually knew Mr. duPont, so his counsel carried a lot of weight." Ball met duPont about 1900 In Virginia when duPont used to go hunting on property owned by Ball's father. Ball's sister, Jessie, married duPont and duPont sent his brother-in-law to Jacksonville in 1926 to manage his affairs in Florida. When duPont died in 1935, Ball was named the chief trustee of his estate, then estimated at $56 million. Under the guiding hand of Ball, who quit school at the age of 13, this grew to more than $2 billion. Among the trust's major holdings were L million acres of Florida timber-land, St. Joe Paper Co., Florida East Coast Railway, Apalachicola Northern Railroad Co., Talisman Sugar Corp., Florida Sugar Refinery Inc. and St. Joseph Telephone and Telegraph. ' In addition, the estate owns large blocks of stock in General Motors, E. I. duPont de Nemours and the Charter Co. Fred H. Kent, attorney for the Nemours Foundation and Ball's personal . attorney, said Ball's will was in Jacksonville, but said he did not know when It would be made public. Belin said he was trying to contact a niece and "several grand-nephews" of Ball's in Virginia to work out funeral arrangements. He said his body would be returned to Jacksonville for a memorial service. He will be burled at Nemours, the Delaware estate where his sister and brother-in-law are buried. Begin says latest threats by Iraq justify reactor raid TEL AVIV, Israel (UPI) - Prime Minister Menachem Begin said yesterday Iraqi President Saddam. Hussein's call on Arab states to acquire atomic weapons Justifies Israel's bombing of Iraq's nuclear reactor two weeks ago. Addressing an election rally in Haifa, Begin said Hussein went on record In his speech to parliament In Baghdad Tuesday "for all the world to hear" as exposing Iraq's nuclear designs against Israel. He called Hussein a "bloodthirsty tyrant" and said Israel had been right to destroy the reactor in an air attack June 7, which Israel said would have been used to build atomic bombs. In an interview- released in Rome yesterday, former foreign minister Moshe Dayan said that Israel has the capacity to produce nuclear weapons " and would do so quickly If hostile Arab countries acquire atomic bombs. "We are able to produce nuclear weapons, and if we see an Arab country introduce nuclear arms In the Middle East, we will not arrive too late with our own," Dayan, also former defense minister, said in an Interview with RAI, the Italian state television network. Israel has never publicly admitted its nuclear capability but a CIA report said several years ago that Israel has the facilities to make atomic weapons Hussein had. said m his speech that "any nation in the world which wants peace and security . should help the Arabs in one way or another to build the atomic bombs tn order to oppose Israeli atomic bombs that are already an actuality." Begin also vowed Israeli will strike again anywhere to remove oew threats to its existence. .1. mum I , ; - " 4 TTf IT" i r t i Lawrence Stephens Lawrence Stephens, barber PATERSON Lawrence S. Stephens Jr., 54, died Monday at Greater Pater-son General Hospital, Wayne. . Born In Lumberton, N.C., he had lived here 30 years. He was a barber at Larry's Barbershop and McDowell's Barbershop here. He was a member of American Legion Post 298, Eleven O'clock Golf Club, Passaic County Park Recreation Commission and St. Augustine Presbyterian Church. He Is survived by his former wife, Maggie James; a son, Lawrence III of Paterson; mother, Augusta of North Carolina; four sisters, Lallian Thompson and Georgia, both of North Carolina, Enzelee Faulk of Baltimore, Gwendolyn Massey of Columbus, Ga. Arrangements are by McMillan Funeral Home, Lumberton. J. William Lovatt, retired executive PATERSON J. William Lovatt, 92, died Tuesday at Christian Health Care Center, Wyckoff. Born in Manchester, England, he came to this country at age 14, after spending four years in Quebec, Canada. . He had been a structural engineer with James Radcliffe Co., retiring as president after 35 years. He was a member of Asbury United Methodist Church 65 yean, honorary church steward and charter member of Greater Paterson Council of Churches. He served five terms as a city zoning and planning commissioner and was a 50-year member of Benevolent Masonic Lodge 45, Fair Lawn. His wife, Ethel, died in 1977. ,. He is survived by a son, James W.; a daughter, Mrs. Raymond (Lots) Hall, both of Paterson; four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Arrangements are by McNerney-Bur-nadz Memorial Home, 371 Lakeview Ave., Clifton. Ralph Newton, trucker CLIFTON - Ralph G. Newton. 62. died yesterday Sloan-Kettering Memorial Hospital in New York City. Born in Brownington. Vt., he was a resident of Clifton for the past 36 years. He was a self-employed trucker. He was an army veteran of World War II and a member of SLGeorge R.C. Church. he is survived by his wife, the former Frances C. Berghorn; two brothers, Lynn of Orleans, Vt., and Clinton of Glen Gardner. Arrangements by Minchin Funeral Home, 17 Michigan Ave., Paterson. Charles Macchia, former estimator PATERSON - Charles A. Macchia. 74, died Tuesday at Passaic General Hospital. Born in Paterson, he was a life long resident. He was an estimator for the Silk City Plumbing Supply Co. of Paterson for 52 years, retiring two years ago. He was a member of St. George R.C. Church. He is survived by his wife, the former Jennie Fierro; a daughter, Mrs. Helena Cambin of Paterson; four sisters, Mrs. Manuel (Florence) Ynsua. Mrs. Carme-la Orlando, Mrs. Mary Carfano and Mrs. Harry (Eleanor) Stryker, all of Paterson; a granddaughter. Arangements by Minchin Funeral . Home, 17 Michigan Ave. Philip Connolly TOTOWA - Philip Connolly, 91, died Tuesday at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center in Paterson. Born in Ireland, he came to the United States in 1922, settling in Freehold. He had been a resident of St. Joseph Home . for the Elderly since 1963. He was " predeceased by his wife, Roseanna, in 1966. He is survived by a daughter. Mrs. Margaret Connolly, Jackson Heights. N.Y.; two grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Arrangements by Minchin Funeral Home. 17 Michigan Ave., Paterson. Julia Mohrle PATERSON Julia Bazewicz Mohrle, 69. died yesterday in the Barnert Memorial Hospital Center. A lifelong resident of this city, she was a member of St. Casimir's R.C. Church. Her husband. Raymond, died in ' 1977. She is survived by two sons, Raymond and Paul; a brother, John; two sisters. Mrs. Mary GlenU and Anna Bazewia and four grandchildren. Arrangements are by the Ragucd-Kotran Funeral Home, 243 East 18th St. Adam Green, ex-engineer PATERSON - Adam Green, 70. died yesterday at Barnert Memorial Hospital. Born In Charleston, S.C., he resided in this city most of his life. He was maintenance engineer with Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission for 22 years until his retirement in 1978. He was an army veteran of World War II. He is survived by his wife, the former Clydia Wright. Arrangements are by Bragg Funeral HOme, 256 Graham Ave. Joseph Lynch, retired comptroller LITTLE FALLS - Joseph C. Lynch, 78, died yesterday at St. Joseph Hospital and Medical Center, Paterson. Born In Brooklyn, he had lived In Maywood and Parsipanny before moving here nine years ago. He had been comptroller for Theobold Industries, Kearny. He was a member of Our Lady of Holy Angels R.C. Church and Our Lady of the Highway Knights of Columbus Council 3835. He is survived by his wife, the former Elizabeth Doughaen; three daughters, Mrs. Frank (Dorothy) Krapf of Brick, Mrs. Joseph (Patricia) Schumacher Jr. of Plalno, Texas, Mrs. Nicholas (Barbara) Dianuzzo of Parsipanny; a brother, James of Fort Pierce, Fla.; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Arrangements are by Norman A. Parker Funeral Home, 47 Main St. Elizabeth Boyd RN R1DGEWOOD - Elizabeth Betty Lawe Boyd, 73, died yesterday at Valley Hospital. Born, raised and educated In Canada, she had been a resident of this borough since 1936. She was employed as a registered nurse and had worked In Mercy Hospital, Santiago Calif., in addition to working as a private duty nurse. In the course of her travels she had lived in Cuba, Panama, Puerto Rico and La Mesa, Calif. Boyd was also a coin collector and a member of the Philatelist Society as a stamp expert. She was affectionately known as "The Flower Lady" and "The Dog Lady" by many people who had passed her Franklin Avenue apartment. She Is survived by an aunt, Violet Boye and a cousin, Shlella Vonden Dreinsch, both of Vahalla, N.Y. Arrangements are by John J. Feeney and Sons Funeral Home, 232 Franklin Ave. Mildred Rubinson PATERSON - Mildred Rubinson died Tuesday at home. Born In Bridgeport, Conn., she had lived In Fair Lawn before moving here 11 years ago. She was a member of Fair Lawn Jewish Center, Hadassah, ORT, Brandels Women and Barnert Memorial Hospital Center Ladies Auxiliary. She Is survived by her husband, Sidney; a son, Larry of Franklin Lakes; a daughter, Jane Silberfeln of Wyckoff, a sister, Mrs. Beverly Kluger of Los Angeles; and five grandchildren. Arrangements are by Robert Schoem Menorah Chapel, W-150 Route 4, Para-mus. Harry Mansmann, retired dyer HALEDON Harry H. Mansmann, 81, died yesterday at Greater Paterson General Hospital, Wayne. Born In Wayne, he had lived in Paterson most his life, moving here one year ago. He was a retired dyer for Ming Toy Dyehouse here and member of Dyer's Local 1733, Paterson. His wife, the former Margaret Dop, died In 1943. He Is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Donald (Elizabeth) Strobel of West Mil-ford, Mrs. James (Margaret) Barr of Haledoijiandtwograndchilfdren. Arrangements are by Festa Memorial Funeral Home, 111 Union Blvd., Totowa. Margaret Doty PATERSON - Margaret Doty. 56, died Tuesday. Born here, she was a lifelong resident. She was a clerk for the Passaic County Board of Social Services and member of St. Agnes R.C. Church. She is survived by her husband. Brad Sr,; two sons, Brad Jr. of Clifton, Thomas, at home; five daughters, Mrs. Patricia Crumb of Hommelstown, Pa., Mrs. Margaret Slockbower, Mrs. Mary Hayden, both of Paterson, Catherine of Montclalr, Judy, at home; two sisters. Mrs. Kathleen Phelan of Paterson. Mrs. Rachael Giannini of Pompton Lakes; and six grandchildren. Arrangements are by Corny k Gorny Paterson-Clifton Mortuary, 519 Marshall St. Jose Cruz, rancher PATERSON Jose Martinez Cruz. 51, died on Tuesday at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center. Born in Arecibo, Puerto Rico, he had lived tn this city for a short time. He was a rancher In his country for most of bis life He is survived by two sons. Jose Jr. and George of this city; five daughters. Laura, Blanc a, Maria D., Maria A., all of this city and Anna of Newark; four sisters, Teresa, Elena, Crucith. all of Puerto Rico, and Eloina of Penn ; two brothers, Juan and Jose, both of New York City; bis mother, Domitila Cruz of Arecibo, Puerto Rico; and seven grand-chfldren. Arrangements are by the E. Lee White Funeral Home, 628 Market SL Synthetic fuel project killed by 3 nations By CHUCK DEBEVEC United Pkri Intenutiontl MORGANTOWN, W.Va. A demonstration synthetic fuels project to turn coal into oil at a Monon-gahela River site was officially killed yesterday by the governments of the United States, West Germany and Japan. In a Joint communique issued in Bonn, West Germany, the countries said sharp increases in construction costs forced them to end the project "at the earliest date possible." A Department of Energy spokesman in Washington estimated -it would take at least 90 days to settle with the contractors. Cost of the SRC-II project soared from ah estimated $700 million in 1977 to over $1.4 billion. Latest cost estimates provided by SRC International, the private partners that include Gulf Oil, showed costs could be closer to $2 billion unless revenues from the synthetic fuel produced nearly tripled. Energy Department spokesman Bob Porter said concern that construction costs would far outstrip revenues led the agency to recommend termination. "Assumptions about how much that product could be sold for would have to be accurate," Porter said. "Assumptions regarding future inflation rates would have to be very accurate. It was a matter of capital costs and not net costs." Porter said department came to the conclusion that a scaled-down version also was not a viable alternative. Keith Anderson, a Gulf Oil spokesman In Pittsburgh, said the company didn't know the project was killed until yesterday morning. "It's a decision, they apparently had to make based on the cost estimates they had," he said. The industrial partners do not Intend to go ahead with a demonstration plant on their own, he said. They will try to con tinue research work, but "there's no way to do any thing of the same scope with private funding," he said. "What it boils down to is time," Anderson said CRISMAN-jMn CRUZ Jom Martin DOTY Margaret GREEN Adam IAUBSHIRE-Cathrin A LAWRENCE Harold IINDENTHAIER Francm IOVATT J. William IYNCH Josoph C. MACCHIA Charles MANSMANN Horry MOHRLE Julia NEWTON-olph STEPHENS Jr. lowronc Jamai S. Scullion Funeral Home E. lee White Funeral Home Gorny & Gorny Pot-Clifton Mortuary "Bragg Funeral Home" Moore' Home For Funerals, Pot BVowning-Forthoy Funeral Home Browning-Forshay Funeral Home NcNerney Burnodz Memorial Home Norman A. Parker Funeral Home Minchin Funeral Home "Festa Memorial Funeral Home" Rogucci-Kotran Funeral Home Minchin Funeral Home Slmuel lumberton, N.C. FOB EFFICIENT SERVICE Information and Taltphont Number Comult fhe Funeral Directors luted below on This Page. DEATHS CRUZ Entered eternal rest in Paterson on Tuesday, June 23, 1981. Jose Martinez. Beloved father of Jose Jr., George, laura, Blanco, Maria 0., Morio A. and Ana. Brother of Terese, Elena, Cructtch, Eloina, Juan end Jose. Son of Domitila. of I28-I6th Ave, Patenon. Funeral services Saturday 9 AM at the E. lee While Funeral Home. 428 Mortal St, Paterson. Requiem Mom at 9:30 AM St. Joseph's R. C. Church. Interment Fair lawn Cemetery. Visiting hours Thursday and Friday 3-3 and 7-9 PM. June23-lt DOTY At rest In Paterson, on Tuesday June 23, 1981, Margaret (nee Tranque) Beloved wife of Brad Doty Sr. of Peterson. Retotives end Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from the Gamy t Gorny PatersonOlflon Mortuary 519 Marshall St. Com of Hazel St. Friday ot 9: IS A.M. Funeral Mots ot St Agnes R.C. Church Paterson. t0:A.M. Intermfent at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery Totowa. Friends may call Thursday 2-4 174 P.M. June25-1t GREEN - this life on June 24, 1981. Adorn, of 336 son. Beloved husband of Clydia (Wright) Green. Cousin of Elito-beth Klrkland. Services Saturday 10 AM at the "Bragg Funeral Home", 256 Graham Ave, Paterson. Interment Cedar lawn Cemetery. Friends may coll 3-5 and 7-9 PM Friday. In lieu of flowers donations may be mode to a Kidney or Heart Association. (Parking on premises). June2S-1t IAUBSHIRE - Passed Into life eternal In Wayne on Monday. June 22, 1981. Catherine A., oge 84 years. Beloved wife of the late Herbert I. loubshke of Poterson. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral on Thursday, June 23, at 10:30 AM from Moore's Home for Funerals, 384 Totowa Ave, Paterson. Interment at laurel Grove Memorial Pork. Friends may call from 2-4 and 7-9 PM ... . j -. . , tveuiiesooy. June 24-21 LAWRENCE Harold Emerson, Age 86 years of Hawthorne on Saturday June 20, 1981. Beloved husband of the late Char-lotte (White) lawrence. Memorial service Thursday 8 P.M. at the Browning-Forshay Funeral Home, S57 lafayette Ave, Hawthorne. Interment private ot the convenience of the family. (No visiting hours). June 24-21 INMEM0RSAM KNYFD ARTHUR, In memory of a beloved Fother, Grandfather and Great Grandfather who entered eternal life one year ogo toooy. LOVED and REMEMBERED DAUGHTER MARGARET SON-IN-LAW Bill and FAMILY MOONEV Regino, In loving memory of my mother who pasted away June 25, 1970. Scaly miwed by DAUGHTER PATRICIA WAGNER Froncit Hank. In loving memory of my deor son Hank, who passed owoy June 26, 1979. We miss you in so many ways. Your smile, your jokes, your youthfulneu, your tenderness and love, above ollelte will be dearly remembered. You have joined God, the giver of eternal life. Sadly mined by. DAD. SISTERS ond BROTHERS CARD OF THANKS GOfFREDO-DONALD Te our friends, neighbors ond 'relatives: My sincere Ihonki for 'me support ond help given to me end my fomily upon the death of my hutbond, Donold Goffredo. The love end care which was shown by you oil consoled us during this mott difficult time. We ore etpeciolly Kaieful to the following: nr. Msgr. J. Ruget. Pastor of Our lody of the Valley Church, Wayne. Rev. Mtchoel Drury, Rev. Joseph Mc Corthy, Rev. Clemen Cordillo. S O 8.. Rev. George Honno.S.D 8. Rev Mtgr. Kenneth latch. Rev. Elto Intromt. The Sisters of Our lody of the Valley Parish, Poterton Police Pepuiiwrieiii .Members,-end fheScilliert Funeral Dec- ROSEANN GOFFREDO t FAMILY DEATHS JriSMAN Jean Mane (Scut-kon) en June 22.1981. of Pcner-son. NJ. Beloved wife of Ernest C. Cnemon Sr., devoted mother of Ernest Jr . deor fVer of Mr, (luebeth Burgee, ond Oare ScuMwn, deor giondmohoi of Gno Mane Gnomon. Atto sur. by sever ot tweces and Funeral en TKundoy he Jomet S Scullion Son Funeral Home. 27 Park Ave. (At Mocfcton Ave) Paw-son. Then te St G ear go's RC Chinch, Pstonjon for e moss or JOem. imonno'S' Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Totowa. V. sanon Wedretau; 2-4 end 7-9pm. 24- IINDENTHALER - Frances (nee Anlosik), age 46 yeors of How-thorne on Tuesday, June 23. 1981. Beloved wife of Forrest Undenthaler. Funeral Friday 9:30 AM at the Browning-Forshay Funeral Home, 557 Lafayette Ave, Hawthorne. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Friends may coll Wednesday 7-9 and Thursday 3-5 ond 7-9 PM. The fomily would appreciate memoriol contributions to American Cancer Society June 24-21 LOVATT J. William on June 23. 1981. Devoted father of Jomet W. ond Mrs. loll V. Hall. Funeral service will be hold Friday ot the Mc Nerrtey Bur-nadz Memoriol Home. 371 lakeview Ave, Clifton. Interment Cedor lown Cemetery. Visiting Thurtdoy 2 to 4 ond 7 to 9 P.M. Donations to the Chrit-llon Health Core Center or the Asbury United Methodist Church would be appreciated. June 25-11 BENEVOLENT LODGE No. 45 FtAM will convene as a lodge aI Siwaw. . Thursday evening June 25. ot 8 PM ot the Mc Neorney-Bumodz Memoriol Home. 371 lokeview Ave. Clifton for the purpose of paying our lost tribute of respect to our lote Brother James W lovon.Sr , By Order Of Roger R.Zito.WM. Attest Arthur C Prince P M Secy LYNCH of little Falls, Joseph C. Beloved Hutbond of Elizabeth (Dougnaen) Fother of Mrs. Frank Krapf, Mrs. Joseph Schumacher Jr. and Mrs. Nicholas Dionuzzo. brother of Jomes, Funeral from the Norman A. Parker Funeral Home,47 Main St. little Foils Friday 10 A M. Our lody of Holy Angels R C. Church 1030 A.M. Visiting Thurtdoy. 3-9 P.M. June 23-1! MACCHIA Chorles A. on Tuetdoy. ' June 23, 1981 of Poterton. Beloved hutbond of Jennie (Fierro) Mocchia; deor father of Helena Kombin. Funerel Saturday morning from the Minchin Fune'ol Home. 17 Michigan Ave ot 8 30 a m and St. George RC Church ot 9 em. Interment Fair lown Memoriol Fork. Visiting hours Thundoy 7-9 p m. Fndoy 2-4 end 7-9 p.m. June25-2t MANSMANN In woyne on June 24.1981. Horry M . beloved hutbond of the toe Margaret Dop; of Holedon. formerly of Paterson. Relatives and friends ore. invited to attend semcee ot the Feto Memorial Funeral Home", 111 Union Blvd. Totowa on rnday at Ham. Interment a lowei G-ove Memorial Pork, Totowa. Fnenas may call Thurtdoy 2-4 ond iTwpw. Juno 25-11 MOwRlE I" Foienon on June 24. 1961. Jul (nee Bazewicz). Beloved wife of the taw Raymond of Peterson Age 69 yeors Retohvet and frtends ore nvrted te attend me funeral en Saturday e 9 AM from e looucci-Kowan Funeral Home. 23E 18m V. end 9 30 M St CosMM R. C. Church, mler. ment at Moy Seoutchra Cemetery Fronds may coN Thtndoy 7-9 PM end Fndoy 2-4 end 7-9 M 23-21 DEATHS loh Wednesday. June 24, 1981 of Clifton. Beloved husband of Frances C. (Berghorn) Newton; deor brother of Lynn Newton and Clinton Newton. Funeral Saturday morning from the Minchin Funeral Home, 17 Michigan Ave, at 9 30 o.m. ond St. George R.C. Church ot 10 o.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. iHUiy ngwi rriuuy cm sng , - 9.30 p.m. June 25-21 f '""STEPHENS JR. - Low- -rence Simuel. In Poterton on June 22. ' Age 54. Beloved son of Augusta and the late lawrence Stephens Sr. Services and interment in Lumberton, North Corloina. Ame25-1t Directors I I AQUINO C.S.ApirJr.,MtT. 236UraonvstM 956-I700 FUX3ALS 384 Totowa Art., Poferson . '790-7000 - 694-0072 AlpsU.tHoTfiwTpkt. Woynt fCAKLAM c CksykaJ. DtlUCCIA 111 Bsknont Art. tilth s 70-6466 Donold f.lwko.Wa-. FUheRALMOMC imniti k i .iMfsuMo. 790-8685 IS4ta;.Tptt..Urrros J.H.OLTHUtS l5fWwmsnr.kW.rV 6S2S144 miii i una mm. 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