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The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York · 8

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8A Saturday July 15 1995 Jadyn P Ghrttantes travel agency owner Jadyn P Giuliante of York-town Heights owner of Exodus Travel died yesterday at Hudson Valley Hospital Center at Peeks-kill-Cortlandt She was 50 She was owner or the York-town Heights travel agency for the past 10 years Mrs Giuliaiite was a member of the Yorktown Rotary Club Recently she was elected sergeant at arms for 1995 She was born Aug 23 1944 to John and Anne Hayden Praed in Havre De Grace Md She was raised and educated in Allentown Pa i Mrs Giuliante graduated from the Women's Medical College in Philadelphia with a degree' in nursing She worked for three years as a registered nurse at Abington (Pa) Hospital On June 24 1967 she and Anthony T Giuliante were married in Allentown The Giuliantes moved to Yorktown Heights from Media Pa 22 years ago ' Sharon Little Mitchett: Sharon Little Mitchell a homemaker and a former Chap-paqua resident died Sunday at the Baylor Medical Center in Garland Texas She was 30 She was bora Nov 10 1964 in Evanston III to Thomas and Susan Mulford Little She moved to Chappaqua as a child and attended Grafllin ' Elementary School and Robert E Bell Middle School' She graduated from Horace Greeley High School in 1982 then moved with her par- ents to Texas She attended St John and St Mary’s Church in Chappaqua Survivors Include a son Christopher Mitchell of Prince- ton yexas her parents'of Hilton Use Freundfich: retired retail worker itlse Freundlich a longtime New Rochelle resident died Sunday at Port Chester Nursing Home She was 88 She was bomApril 11 1907 in Hamburg Germany where she was educated She moved to New Rochelle in 1938 Before retiring Mrs Freundlich worked in retail clothing sales for various stores most recently at B Altman's in White Catherine MHci: Mamaroneck resident Catherine Milici of Mamaro- City schools neck- died yesterday At New Rochelle Hospital Medical Center She was 91 Mrs Milid was bom -July 15 -1903 in Italy to Joseph and Jacqueline Abbadessa Milici She moved to- the United States when she was 3 and lived In Manhattan and the - Bronx before moving to Yonkers- She had lived- in Mamaroneck for the last year - I ' ' She was educated in New York Helen PUholski: homemaker - Helen - Pilholski a Yonkers homemaker died of heart failure Wednesday at St John's Riverside Hospital in Yonkers She was 86 Mrs: Pilholski was bora - Nov 12 1908 to Stanley and Anna Bushick in Mahanoy City Pa She attended ' schools in her hometown ' She' and Edward Pilholski were married in 1925 noy City The couple Yonkers years ago Mrs Pilholski was a parishioner of the Monastery Church of the Sacred Heart in Vonkers for many years 1 1 She a lo belonged to the Fa- ther Finian Sullivan Seniors Club in Yonkers Edwin G PeVonyan Edwin G DeVonyar of Deer-fleld Beach Fla a former Yonkers resident and retired New York state employee died Wednesday at North Broward Medical Center in Pompano Beach Fla He was 71 Mr DeVonyar died of heart (failure He worked for the state Division of Housing in Manhattan 'for about 15 years He retired in 1978 as a supervisor He moved to Deerfield Beach upon retirement and worked as a femiture reflnisher for Deerfield Beach Furniture until becoming ill last year On Dec 31 1923 he was born to Edward and Anna Parkus DeVonyar in' Yonkers He graduated from Roosevelt' High School in Yonkers In 1942 : Mr DeVonyar lived in Yonkers SFZoweVl Garden Statwiru for (ofoistiaane' Home & Garden — — Classic Fiberglass CfOectise 120 N Main Street Fbrt Chester NY 1057) 9149394740 BoofH 'till IJSpwSol In addition to her husband of Yorktown Heights and her mother or Allentown she Is survived by two daughters Jeanne E Doorley and Amy N Giuliante both of Yorktown Heights two sonsu A Thomas and John D both of Yorktown Heights and a sister Jeanne P Haner of Houston Clark Funeral Home in Yorktown Heights is handling the arrange-1 ments Donations may be made to the Jadyn P Giuliante Memorial Fund Hudson Valley Hospital Center at Peekskill-Cortlandt 1980 Crompond Road Peekskill NY 10566 homemaker Head SC three sisters Carin Little-Pilon of Davis Calif Debora Causey and Patricia Scott both of Princeton several nieces and a nephew She will be fondly remembered by her friend Jim Porter of Garland c Her marriage1 to Jeff Mitchell of Princeton ended in divorce Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Directors in McKinney Texas is handling the arrangements Memorial contributions may be made to Volunteers in Medicine Clinic PO Box 23287 Hilton Head Island SC 29925' Attention: Aide Bufford director Plains In 1925 she and Walter ' Freundlich were married in Germany She is survived by a daughter Marion Pokress of Purchase a son Werner Freundlich of Haworth NJ and three grandchildren Her husband died in 1984 Graham Funeral Home in Rye is handling the arrangements On Oct a 1924 she and John Milici were married in New York City Mrs Milici Is survived by two daughters Marie Costa of Mamaroneck and Jeanette San An-1 tonio of Valhalla live grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren Her husband died in 1968 The McMahon Lyon and Hartnett Funeral Home in White Plains is handling the arrangements - Mrs: Pilholski Is survived by two daughters Flo O'Toole and Ursula Reagan both of Yonkers a son Ronald Pilholski of Yonkers a sister Rose Karychl of Pennsylvania six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren ‘ Her husband died in ' 1953 A daughter Dorothy Wald and a son Edward Pilholski also died earlier Two grandchildren three brothers and three sisters also died earlier -Whalen and Ball Funeral Home in Yonkers is handling the arrangements- Friends and fondly are making memorial donations to Edward Greenwich He also was i mem Pilholski Burse in care of Mon- ber of the Byram Boat Qub astery Church of the Scared In addition to his wife the Heart 110 Shonnard Place Yon- former Edna Muzoleski of Green-kers NY 10703 J ' wich he la survived by a daugh ter Georgeann Svorka of Greenwich a son George J Svorka Jr also of Greenwich two sisters ! Helen Taracka of Greenwich and Mary Bjorn of Michigan and two grandchildren 1 ' A sister - Pauline Erdmann and two brothers Joseph Svorka and John Swanko died earlier The Leo P Gallagher t Son Funeral Home in' Greenwich is handling the arrangements Memorial donations may be made to SL Paul's Lutheran Church 290 Delavan Ave Byram Conn retired state employee until 1965 when he moved to Pomona From there he moved to Florida He worked in Yonkers Republican political campaigns in the 1950s and 1960s helping his uncles thendty Councilman Andrew Hayduk and then-Republican City Leader Albert Hayduk Sr On June 4 1945 Mr DeVonyar and Jane Green were married at the Church of the Immaculate Conception (SL Mary’s) in Yonkers ' He is survived by his wife three daughters Jill Zansky of West Nyack Kathy DeVonyar and Ed-wina DeVonyar both of Boca Raton Fla and a sister Irene Cambridge of Yonkers - Kraeer Funeral Home of Deerfield Beach Fla is handling the arrangements CMsrfol Massed Haagiiy Baskets Weathered Iren and Verde fires Planters ARMqarCodkOWi Florence M Johnson: Florence Myrtle Johnson who worked about 30 years in the cafeteria of BriardilT Junior-Senior High School died Thursday at the Gaston Memorial Hospital in Gastonia NC She was 87 and she had lived in Gastonia since November: She was bom Aug 19 1907 in New Castle to Raymond and Florence Acker Fowler She was raised and educated in Ossining ' On Nov 24 1928 she and' Alton Leroy “Buck" Johnson were mar- Peter Lalla: retired automobile painter World War II veteran -f "' Peter Lalla of Port Chester a retired automobile painter died yesterday at Greenwich (Conn) Hospital He was 77 Mr Lalla' worked as an automobile painter at Vic's Garage in Mahopac He retired about 10 years ago He was bom Oct 24 1917 to Michael and Theresa Cocomazzi Lalla in Rye where he attended schools PetraneUa 'Petra9 Miranda: seamstress co-owner of Franklin Cleaners PetraneUa “Petra" Mirande a longtime Larchmont resident and k native of Holland died Thursday in the United Hebrew Home in New Rochelle She was 70 Mrs Mirande who lived in Larchmont for 55 'years was bom March 5 192a to Adrtiinus Frah-cisus and Peteronella Wilhelmina Antonia VanHees Baartmans in Eleanor DePaoH: homemaker Eleanor DePaoli a homemaker and longtime Irvington resident died yesterday at Phelps Memorial Hospital' Center in -North Tarry-town She was 84 Mrs DePaoli was bom March la 1911 in Dobbs Ferry to Joseph and Tedesa Morgan Martin She attended Dobbs Ferry and Irvington schools She moved to Irvington in 1922 and had lived there since On March 1 1930 she and James DePaoli were married in Irvington Mrs DePaoli was a parishioner of Immaculate Conception Church in Irvington Survivors include three sons James Jr of Yorktown Thomas of Barefoot Bay Fla and Richard of Anderson SC two daughters Susan DePaoli and Nancy Belloise both of Irvington 14 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren Her husband died in '1958 A grandson died in 1985 ’ ' Edwards-Dowdle Funeral Home in Dobbs Ferry is handling the arrangements ' Family and friends are making ' donations to the Irvington Volunteer Ambulance Corps PO Bax 101 Irvington NY 10533 or to the Dominican Sisters of the Sick Poor Post Road Ossining NY 10562 George J Svorka Stj retired Exxon worker : George J Svorka Sr a lifelong Greenwich Conn resident died ' yesterday at Greenwich Hospital alter suffering a stroke He was 87 Mr Svorka was bom Oct 16 1907 to George J and Katherine Turanec Svorka in Peekskill He attended Greenwich schools In 1969 he retired after work- ing : 35 years with the Exxon Corp of Greenwich ' Mr Svorka a golfer belonged to the Bruce Golf Course In' Obituary polfcy Gannett Suburban Newspapers publishes the obituaries of people who have lived or worked In Westchester or Putnam counties Obituaries may be sub-mltted through (liner al ' homes or directly through 1 the femily of the deceased - Due to the large volume of obituaries all Information must be submitted for publication within three days of a person's death AddK tional Information can be obtained from our news-room at 637-2203 f " retired Briarcliff schools ried at Trinity Church in Ossining Mrs Johnson worked at the high school about 30 years She retired in 197a She lived In BriarclifT Manor in the 1950s and 1900s while her husband was highway superintendent there Before and alter that she was an Ossining resident Mrs Johnson was a member of the BriarclifT Congregational Church " She belonged to the Ladies Aux Mr Lalla served as a staff i geant in the Army from March 1942 to August 1945 He received the Asiatic Pad lie Theater Ribbon and the Purple Heart for his service during World War II On Dec 7 194a he and Ann Havir were married in Mahopac The couple lived in Mahopac until 196a moved to Port Chester and moved back to Mahopac in 197a spending winters in Babylon Holland schools On Dec 12 1957 she and An- thony Mirande were married in Sts John and Paul Church in Larchmont where they were parishioners She was a seamstress who was the co-owner! of Franklin Cleaners in Larchmont rbwW Wm- ithnii liifctwajF DEATH Nonas - To pin a paM Death Notice Card of Thonki in Memortom SL Judt or Lodw NoHco ptoow caM 44-5147 prior to Iha day of MhmMmii now MBnoormnYf o am lo (d0 Piiiu Saturday I am to a pm Sunday I am to t am NBWSOOiTUMIBS— TowaaktMHi en tdNof about an obSuary nswi tfory rfaaM mU (Sm boom goo mo wonwnumy nvwi numbar Bead on Sw Our Town paoa manamr nvouon viwoy noorv : pjn On Saturday and Sunday i 44-5004 boforo 5 pm LIST OF DEATHS WATBWUIIY S KELLY FUNERAL HOME MONJMLLI "nSTnaSkShfion Kami Horn BWffvnni npwrn s nisaa taywr ‘ KAT0NAH 1 -AAMN caaartatA (aMMHHhiat CLANK MIOCMTnnaSurHOME nScJEuLM JOHN J FOX HOME JOHN J FOX FUNENAL HOMS VlflUJAM HGHANAM FUNEOOL NOME ifMBTVOL MC MAHON LYON A HMTNETT FX mmjoilSA mc25SnTlvS MC MAHON LVON A HANTNETT FA AHANTNETTFA FLYNN MEMO toLBRN aaSkiai a ton mm THE WHALEN a BALLFUnSmL HOME INC NLNOLiaL MM am r — “ WHALEN EBALLFUI CLANK FUNERAL NOME PC OTHBI AREAS WALT MW FANKilOSa OK DeOMOTT ArOwr J KANE FUNERAL HOMS CRAPA Anns C Putnam York Motoar d Tlwmaa John and DwM Cram Frandna WBruch Mary A Pahlda Crape Staler at d Theroea i by II GranddiSdraK Funeral A Sunday H A 74 an of chrldlan burial wN’ba I Monday IS am Sacred Church Mnatn Labe NY mart- Maple Avanua eon NY DaPAOU Etoaaar Of I 14 lm Latona moto Ratline at Carina 14 by at toe Reaunedton : of 'The Sun 1-4 A 7-fem BNVAROS-OOW-DLE FUNB1AL HOME Dobba PNTV ConbtouNona to IVXC or Ttw Dambd- County FLMVNpiatonad NLMOM Maty A on July IX 1 Rapoabw MC MAHON LYON A HARTNETT FUNERAL HOME 4PI Mamam-nack A va WMto Ptalna an Saturday M PM and Sunday 1-4 A 7- PM Maaa at ChrWIan Burtol Monday IRIS AM at ' SL AnBwnya Church kdarmanl Mount Catuarv Camatory NULIANTI Jadva P an July 14 MM at Yorktown HotohN NY Wit at An- W JILJO-k klLu UuaM Hiwif WHNna Mgniir w imnnv Doortoy Thomna Amy and John Ok-Santo Dnuahtor at Amo toaad Slalar at Joanna Honor CaEns hour Sunday M and 7 PJA at CLARK FUNERAL HOME INC Vorktown NY Funeral Maaa Monday M New SL PaMdi'a Churdi Hota NY totomwid artvato In Sou ol dnWtona may ba modi to toe P OtoSanto MamorW paid LLutom - — LLuaJU Itototo nwnn vggfy noipMi umii iviv Cronpond Rd rwliit WT H3H 1 WLDBti BBaahato A (aao WrtoM) Of Yonkara on watowaday July IX ML Batovad wlto at too toto Donald HoHan DmUH nWw at Dndi MdiaaL RPOTvavaa ffnswa BNRtene wm4ue RLLa MVaV ramre gng jmii nsiBme hf ty Pakhav CacaSa Daluttor and Edvtoa McCafkay Dear alator d (to aurvhwd by I AoNna al THE WHALEN A ball fu- HOME HC 1M Park Ave at ONnwood) Yonkara NY PUnarel Santee wN ba hald an Sunday July M al II bjil at ttw Funeral Noma VWltoa hours Saturday 1-4 A 7-f bjil a made to ettlwr ww dew Must-Amorlcm Cancer worker iliary of the BriardilT Fire Department Mrs Johnson is survived by a son Richard Johnson of Matthews ' NC live grandchildren and six great-grandchildren Mr Johnson died in 1909 A daughter Joy Ozzello died in 1988 Waterbuiy A Kelly Funeral Home in BriardilT Manor is handling the arrangements Donations may be made to the BriardilT Congregational Church South State Road BriardilT Manor NY 10510 Beach Fla His wife died Dec 3 1994 and he returned to Port Chester Mr Lalla is survived by two brothers Dominick T Lalla of Port Chester and Bart Lalla Of Rye and a sister Antoinette Cam-piarota of Port Chester 1 Three brothers and a sister also died earlier Graham Funeral Home in Rye is handling the arrangements She was a member of the Larchmont Women's Club and Columbianetts of Mamaroneck In addition to her husband of Larchmont’ she is survived by a sop Anthony Jr of Dover Plains and three grandchildren The John JFox Funeral Home in Larchmont lis handling the arrangements Soclaty too SO of Yonkara of ChrWIan Burial MS ba Saturday July - IS at tlam CatnaSc Church Mid- at NY A maaa SI SL ara tnvSad to gbS —a uaw- w — j i mo woo runorm rarmtnaton ME Salur- Hama S HH SI aMi may be aiWt chok Pubic wto bo bald Monday July 17 at 1PM at SI Mary' Camatory Yonkara NY wHh rono nupi ufrgoi oncooEi XX aHOH Ptoraaca MytOa on July IX IffS Formarly of Oaabiino and Briar-Survlwad by nn Dick Ova be by hudiand Joy " WATERBURY A KELLY FUNERAL HOME 1JN PlaaianlvSto RdL BrtordM Sunday 1-4 PM only Sarvicaa CananaaSanal Church South Rd on Monday al IS AM Intor-Dala Camatory CanktouNona- to Sw ariwrSB fi my a a annual Churdi would bo ooorodoiod on July 14 IffS et Port-tormarly tt Ntolwaae De- huaband too tola Am (naa Ha- tor) Batovad bratoar of Dominick T of Bart ol Rva Antobwha d Itortchatoar A too tola A John A Gartiuda FamSy aHS racalva Srtanda d WILLIAM H GRAHAM FUNERAL HOME - IBM Boaton Pool Rd Rya Sun 1-4 A 7-fpm Maaa al OalUton Burial Church al too Raaurracjlw Man 10am Merman! Graamaaod Unha Cemetery mada to Sia charily of On July IX IWS of Mdwrd Jl Motoar at AAaL OLa — Jim iwn Mir or fvwuraon Rapoalna at CLARK ASSOCIATES FUNERAL HOME Katonah NY Sunday H A 74 am SarvtoM al SI Luba's Erhcaral Church Katonah on Monday 11 am Intomimt prtvato In Sou of oanrs conktouNono 1 may ba mads to The American Conor SocWy MC DERMOTT Arthur X On July IX ms a Ftokfwr NC Formerly of Sotom NY al toe aao d SL Hue-ol toe tola Oorts (Fray) McDor-Funoral Mass Monday is am St Church IMdaiSalA CT Burtol to Wtow In SL Mary's Camatory Friends may caS an Sundnr ham 1-5 pm al too KANE FUNERAL HOME 41 CBtaonah SkasL RldaaBalA CT Conkl-buhans to Catoarv Church-Oatoway Fund PXX Box 117 FladwrNClS732 Jamas P d Bronxvtoe of Wantoeh NY an July IX Ht& Batovad Huaband of Suaan Dear totoar at JH A soon to aAjJAma k JwnR rmiGK MBMniwn Jaa toar d CMto A Tavtar Bratoar of David A Deborah Casino hours al too Rad H McOrato A Son Funeral Hama Branx-ySto bahaaan too hours ol 1-4 A 7-f pm Saturday A Sunday Maaa at OvMlan - BurtoL St Jaaarha Church - BranxySla on Monday July 17al Ham - MC W1BNWE Haanr X an July IX 1V1 ttoaaabw at MC MAHON LYON A : HARTNETT FUNERAL HOME 1 401 : AAawawajto a wajk Wkka aw MmwuniBI NMnWi WfHIV rMnfoo wl Sunday 1-4 and 7-0 PM Maaa of ChrWIan Burtol Monday 10 AM SI Bwnard's Church IntormanL St Pauft aaWJ tolV VBaVMMvTf fVMGnVwGVnSo IlYa BRANON PatraaaSa (Fata) on July IX 1001 BaNuad wlto at Antoanv lav-too motoar of Anthony Jr Adarlno pvHinrar or momi uvMpnw and khtolviL VtoMns Sal 7-0 PM A Sunday 1-4 and 7-f PJN at too JOHN X POX FUNERAL HOME a WJ A i m RBr LVUVTWV MM Of urtoL Monday IS AM at Sis and Paul Church' Merman! St Mary's In Hsu of Howto Larchmonl VAC PILHOLStO Natoa (aao BaaldeU of an Wadnaadwr July IX 1001 Mk of too toto Edward X PB-austod Mother d Fla OTooto Ursula at Rosa Karychl six arandchlldren and araol arandchSdren Ww lm IM pPMIgPran VXMVPPPV1 “ Jr Ra- MU FUNERAL HOME Newly redecorated & expanded facilities ! Two apacioui off st reet : parking loti ' ' accommodating over -100 care with valet parking Robert G Barber Ernest J Carpentieri Douglas A Danicb Liceiwcd Dtiecron 1 949-0566 Mary EL Gilmore: active church member Mary B Gilmore a West Harrison resident died Thursday at White Plains Hospital Center She was 68 She was bora May 221927 to Martin and Elizabeth Kehne Flannery in Galway Ireland She attended school in Ireland She relocated to the United State! in 1949 and settled in Manhattan On Sept 4 1954 she and Robert E Gilmore were married at Good Shepherd Church in Mew York City They moved to Harrison in 1957 Mrs Gilmore was a metnbef of SL 'Anthony’s Church in West Harrison where she was a Eucharistic minister a member of the Ave Maria Guild and a volunteer 1 at SL Anthony's School She is survived by four s6ns Gerard Gilmore of Elmwpod Park NJ Martin Gilmore of Hopewell Junction NY and John and Robert Gilmore both of West ' Harrison two daughters Anne Marie i Young of Dexter NY and Elizabeth Gilmore of West Harrison four brothers Patrick Flannery of Yonkers William Flannery of Pelham Manor and Martin and Arthur Flannery both of Ireland four sisters Agnes Flannery and Kathleen Connors both of West Harrison and Anne Walsh and Peg Can'hon both of Ireland and a grandson Three brothers Jack Anthony and Michael Flannery died earlier ‘V- McMahon Lyon and Hartmft Funeral Home in White Plains Is handling the arrangements poaino at too WHALEN A BALL FUNERAL HOME S4C Id Park Ava (cemar at Gtomwod) Maaa of OalaSan burtol In Sacred Heart Church on Monday July 17 al lftM AM IntonnpjflS Joaaph'a Camatory VhMno hour ' Sgn-' day only M A 7-1 PM DanaNanamav bo made to toe Edward PHhchki Schol- anNpRmdl RICA Jamaa Latotao On July 1A 1A Sartoca to ba hold Saturday 1pm Churdi In The Hlghtonda IS Bry- MamorW balna handtod by MC MAHON LYbN A HARTNETT FUNERAL HOME White PMnkf14-MP-7777 SPHta Monk B an July 14- lfflJM-tovod hwband ol too toto Hwrtot -tau-Ina taHwr at BM A Ruto Spiro A Lucy A ' Jool Bonkor GrandtaSwr Great totoor A brotoor In-law W OHnYi nl VMM Of mvNT IThIHQi WALT Moo Birtpuod huMnd orondMwr -ond broOwr SondGM Sun-day 11AM ConamaaWon KTI 'Port — A A J - -A —A MC — JM UOMTi PLTi nretTnBfV m KHFoYOa CwnotoryGtontoSoCT 14 4 INMEM0R1AM Hdtm our louo A momottoa we lad torovarWemhevou ' ' Your daUohtor CarTtohaAFamto ' CLARK Katoa4tHrtoday shared on tola day and forever more njcCL Carl I - latAmtoartarybiHsawwi I have only your memory dear tothor To ranwmbar my Wwto Sto thrauah m ms mwimii pig ppvr iwsMPva As I treasure too Imaao at you Lovw John Duka A Tino YtZAR Iva Ok 1I01-1M HAPPY HU BIRTHDAY W HEAVPI --The blow nn Breot Sw atwek aavara ’ LMto dW wa think too and was so npar And only tooaa who have can Wiltw a auSWw uJSLa4 ‘ MaauwX Ml W MIM pmur WlMi JMV Naa you doar htanda wound la hoalsd But sorrow tool arise lh air Fruk Ol Your Saad Your tovkw soil Jack A tomSy YtZAN Rva Dl 1001-1141 HAPPY lH BIRTHDAY B4 HEAVp" VLaiwA Laa amUIw la iMWAjaa inOUPI nSr HIM H MV innot touch SHS wa many mamortaa et ttw ard wa much Her memory la ourJnmp-hh which wM nawr aarLQD In har kaapkw wa have her h Lova-Pratt Of Your 'load CNIdran Grandchildren- Great Prtpd AGraalOraalOrandL f PRAYER VO Ihmw inn mown to toS Oh moal baauHM Flower ot ML CarmaL RuliM Mm of ' Heaven B lowed Motoar of Son at God knmacototo Vkakv asms to mv nacaaatty Oh Star ellttw ny Motoar Oh Holy Mary Motoar Ml Quaan of Haavon and Earth!1 1 tv baaaach You from toi y heart to succor ma to nr (make' request) Than are cm wtthatond Your powsr'Oh concatvod wtthoul ata prdyipr ho haw racouraa to Thaa (1 Iknaa) Mary I Place toil cauaa to You! 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