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OB tTUARYi to CO. 2 LYONS Imogean P. June 26. 1975. Beloved wife of the late Christopher J. Devoted mother of Mary I. Lyons. Fond sister of Margaret McCafferty. Funeral 10 A.M. from the McMANUS FUNERAL HOME, 2001 Flatbush Ave. Funeral Mass, 10:30 A.M., Good Shepherd Church. Interment, Calvary. wj -r. e-t to 00 JOSEPH P. BUSCH Los Angeles. June 27 AP District Attorney Joseph Busch 49, who headed one of the largest prosecutors' offices in the nation, died in his sleep today at his suburban West Covina home. The cause of death was not immediately determined. Busch. a career prosecutor in the district attorney's office since 1952, took over as head of the office in 1971. He later was reelected to the four-year job, defeating Deputy District Attorney Vincent T. Bug-liosi, chief prosecutor in the Tate-LaBianca murder trial. MABEL SILVERBERG Services will be held at It a.m. tomorrow at Barnard College, 117th St. and Broadway, for Dr. Mabel Silverberg, 76, a dermatologist, who died of a heart attack Thursday in Presbyterian Hospitol. Dr. Silverberg practiced for almost 50 years with the City Health Department, for which she headed the Riverside Health and Hygiene Clinic. She was also a clinical professor in the skin and cancer unit of New York University Medical Center. MALCOLM R. LOVELL Columbia, S.C., June 27, (AP) Malcolm R. Lovell, 84, an investment banker and president of R. Lovell and Co. of New York, died today in Columbia. OH Tycoon: Ho Intervention (Continued from page 2) soma knowledge," Bridgeman said, "in no instance did Mr. Chamberlain or anyone acting in his behalf seek, nor to his knowledge did he receive, any assistance from Sen. Sparkman, from Mr. Hugh Carey, either as a congressman or governor of New or from any othar member of Congress" in obtaining oil export licenses duiing the Arab embargo from the Com merce Department's Office of Export Administration. The News reported yesterday that Chamberlain's application for those licenses, three in all, sailed through the federal bu-reacuracy in near-record time. Only after the embargo, In April 1974, did the Federal Energy Office balk at Chamberlain's fourth license application, contending that he was circum-v -ling price controls that set the price of domestic crude oil at $5.10 a barrel. Chamberlain, working through another attorney, C. Hewes, ultimately convinced the government that a loophole in the Alaska Pipeline Act permitted him to skirt the regulation and sell his crude to Carey's Bahamian refinery at more than $13 a barrel. In direct response to this, regulations were tightened and a fifth Chamberlain's application was returned last February. It at this point that Sparkman bean his ovn personal lobbying for Chamberlain, sending a detailed memo to the White House making Chamberlain's case. Chamberlain has- yet to say whether he intends to press for the fifth license in the face of the toughened regulations. In Chamberlain's letter to Levi, he and Bridgeman raised questions about the peculiar circumstances surrounding the post-embargo denial of (license) applications identical to those routinely granted during the embargo, and particularly to the question of what factors, if any, extraneous to legitimate considerations of short supply controls, led to this particular result." The letter suggested that Chamberlain's oil export deals became newsworthy" only after Edward Carey's refinery was granted admission to the Federal Energy Administration's -f--fold oil entitlement" program, an action that has caused much bitter comment among Carey's rivals in the oil industry because, in effect, it improved his competitive position at their expenses -r- rfSfolzf Comnoser, 94 Vienna, June 27 (AP) Composer Robert Stolz, 94, a two-time Academy Award win- ner who wrote the scores for 100 films, 50 operettas and 2,000 songs, including "Two Hearts in Three Quarter Time," died today in a hospital in West Berlin. His fifth Robert wlfe, Yvonne Stolz Louise, was with him when he died. His body will be brought to Vienna on Wednesday for a requiem Mass, and he will be buried alongside other famous Austrian composers. Some critics regarded Stolz as the musical heir of Johann Strauss. He began his musical career as a pianist at the age of 7 and was a conductor by the time he was 17. He conducted the premiere of Lehar's "The Merry Widow" in 1905. Stolz won an Academy Award Oscar in 1941 for "Waltzing in the Clouds" from the film "Spring Parade." Three years later he won for his music in "It Happened Tomorrow." Death Notices Death, In Memoriam, Mass and Acknowledgment Notices May be telephoned to THE NEWS by your funeral director to 2 PM. for the next day's paper. elephant calls on Saturday before 2 P.M. (212) 661-1350, (iU) t7-2QQ2. ATTIANESE Anthony. On June 26. 1975. Beloved father of 8 children and 21 grandchildren. Reposing Scotto Funeral Home. 106 1st Bklyn. Mass, Our Lad of Peace Church, Mon. 9:30 A.M. Hrs. 2-5, 7-10 P.M. PERISO FUNERAL HOME, Dir. BELLMIO Thomas. RHovpri nf Domenica. Loving father of Andrew, Mildred, Josephine Hercing, Marion Villardi, Connie Parisi, Leonard and Marie Cran- iui ourvivea dy 14 granacnuoren and 6 great-grandchildren. Reposing at Lincoln Park Funeral Home, 625 McLean Ave iwncia, 11.1. mini BERRY Louis M. On June 26, 1975. Pensioned Member of the Metallic Lathers Union Local 4A. Renmina at Pirharri I Hogan Funeral Home, 301 40th West 10m N.j. wass of Christian Burial, Mon 10 A.M, St. Joseph's R.C. Church, West New York, N.J. Interment, Washington Memorial, Hackensack, NJ. Members kindly attend. REYNOLDS, PRES. FRANK HARRINGTON, REC. SECY. CAPOZZO John J. Beloved husband of Marie. Devoted father of Gaetano and jonn Loving grandfather of Gaetana Marie. Dear hrnthAr nf Tiara Cal Brother-in-law of Anthony Franzi. Reposing Yannantuono Funeral Home, 88 W. Lincoln Mt. Vernon. Funeral 10 A.M. Mass of Resurrection, St. Barna ul 1 1 M.ivt. uonations to Ford-ham Prep Building Fund and Memorial Gifts would be appreciated. CROWLEY John J. Sr. On June 26, 1975 of Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Beloved husband of Grace (nee Kessler). Father of John J. Devoted dear grandfather. Reposing Stofrerski GARDENVIEW Funeral Home. 141 Driggs Ave. Mass of Christian Burial Monday, 9:30 A.M. St. Anthony's R.C. Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. DARDEN Catherine M. (nee Smith). On June 26, 1975. Beloved wife of Frank E. Dear mother of John Kathleen M. and Patricia A. Matzker. Daughter of Catherine T. Smith. Sister of Helen, Gerry and Marion. Grandmother of Lorraine. Funeral Mon. 9 A.M. from the McLaugpin 8. Sons Funeral Home, 8225 Third Ave Bklyn. Mass of the Resurrec-tion, 9:30 A.M. St. Anselm's Church. DeFILLlPO Rocco. Beloved husband of Dora (nee Perreault). Devoted father of Gerald, Florence step-children Edward Ricard, Colleen Dachille and Dora Fores-tier. Loving son of Antoinette. Fond brother of Anna Bacigalupo, Connie Salvato Madelyn Sabbatino. Reposing at A. AZZARA FUNERAL HOME 183 Sand Lane, S.I. until 10 A.M. Visiting 2-5 7-10 P.M. DeSANTl Michael. On June 26, 1975. Beloved husband of Florence. Loving father of Vincent, Bessy Aldrich, Marie Sansone and Daniel. Fond brother of Josephine Bosco. Also survived by 10 grandchildren and I great-grandchild. Reposing at the Krauss Funeral Home, 1097 Hempstead Tpke Franklin Square. Funeral Mass, 9:30 AJV St. Catherine of Sienna R.C. Church. Interment Mt. St. Mary's Cemetery. Visiting hrs. 2-5, 7-10 P.M. DeSTASIO Gemma. Beloved daughter of the late Pietro and Gaetana DeStasio. Dear sister of Vickl Scheri and Anna DeNatale. Reposing Flower Funeral Home. 714 Yonkers Yonkers, 2-4 8. 7-9 P.M., Sat. Sun. Funeral Mon. 9 A.M. Mass, St. Ann's Church, 10 A.M. Interment St. Raymond's Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to St. Ann's Church, 854 Midland Yonkers, N.Y. DEVLIN John J. On June 27, 1975. Brother of Sr. Mary Alphonse, C.S.J, and Rosemary Walsh. Brother-in-law of Augustine L. Walsh. Also survived by nieces 8. nephews. Funeral Mon. 11 A.M Torregrossa Chapels, 2265 Flatbush Ave. Mass, 11:30 A.M., Good Shepherd R.C. Church. DiSANTI Salvatore. Beloved husband of Anna. Devoted father of Sarah DeAngelo, Theresa Russo and Arlene Pettas. Reposing East End-Cinquemani Funeral Home 725 Gun Hill Rd. Mass Immaculate Conception Church Monday 9:30 A.M. Visiting 2-5, 7-10 P.M. Robe brand Jurors Query Nixon (Continued from page 2) tion covered areas under investigation by the grand jury. Miller, in a statement to 'reporters, said examination covered a wide range of subjects." "It was the former President's desire to cooperate with the office of the special prosecutor," Miller said. "It was Mr. Nixon's feeling in view of the anticipated length of his testimony, the present state of his. health, and the complications unavoidably attendant to extended travel, his examination would be most ef iceintly conducted in California." Nixon was one of about 20 unindicted co-conspirators named by the original Watergate grand jury. Prosecutors indicated that he would have been indicted had he not been President when the indictment was handed down on March 1, 1974. While he was still President, Nixon refused to testify before the grand jury, although he was asked to by the Watergate prosecutor, "on constitutional grounds," according to what he told reporters on Feb. 25, 1974. Nixon's appearance was sought in both the Plumbers' trial in July 1974, involving former White House aide John D. Ehrlichman, and in the trial of Ehrlichman, Haldeman, former Attorney General John N. Mitchell and others for the cover-up of Watergate. In the Plumbers trial, Nixon provided written answers to six questions submitted by Ehrlich-man's defense lawyer, saying he agreed to do so "in the interest of justice." Since Nixon is a defendant in about 20 civil suits, one result of his agreeing to give testimony to the Watergate grand jurors may be to make him vulnerable to other -requests and subponas. In the past, he has fought such appearances with claims that his testimony would violate the confidentiality of the Presidential office. He resigned on 1974, shortly after a bill of impeach ment was voted out by' the House Judiciary Committee and after it was disclosed that a White House tape of June 23, 1972, showed that he ordered Haldeman to use the CIA to block the FBI investigation into the break-in. On Sept. 8, 1974, President Ford granted Nixon a "full, free and absolute pardon for any crimes committed while he was in the White House, thus barring any indictment of the former President for Watergate crimes. However, he could be prosecuted if it were determined that he might have committed any perjury in his testimony. The disclosure of Nixon's having given testimony came with the filing in Hart's court of a stipulation stating that Nixon "desires that the fact of this proceeding be made public" The stipulation was signed by Miller and by Special Watergate Prosecutor Henry S. Ruth Jr. Gregory Peck Son Shot Dead Santa Barbara, June 27 (Combined Dispatches) Jonathan Peck, 30, the son of actor Gregory Peck, was found dead yesterday in his apartment of a gunshot wound in the head. The Santa Barbara coroner's office listed the death as an apparent suicide. Peck, who was single, was a reporter and cameraman for television station KCOY in Santa Maria just north of here. He was the son of Gregory Peck and his first wife, Greta Rice. FERRARO Anna (nee DeSimone). June 27, 1975. Beloved wife of Frank. Dear sister of Rita Camuti and Libby DeSimone. Reposing at Torregrossa Funeral Home, 1305 79th St Bklyn. Funeral Mon 8 :30 A.M. Visiting hrs. 2-5, 7-1 0. FILOSA Edward (Eddie). Beloved husband of Rose (nee Fasano). Devoted father of Sal, Eddie and Cookie. Loving brother of Katherine. Reposing at Inconi-glios Funeral Home, 7120 New Utrecht Ave Bklyn. until 9 AJV. Visiting hrs. 2-5, 7-10 P.M. PIRO FUNERAL HOME, Dlr. FLYNN William. June 26, 1975. Native of Ardagh, Co. Limerick. Devoted husband of Mary B. (nee Collins). Devoted father of Catherine Cox, Edmond and Noreen Schifano. Dear brother of Margaret Michael, Josephine and Patrick. Also survived by 6 grandchildren. Reposing DAVID J. HODDER SON INC. FUNERAL HOME, 899 McLean (near Kimball Yonkers, NY. Mass of Christian Burial St. Barnabas R.C. Church, Sat 10 A.M. Interment, Gate of Heaven Cemetery. GAGLIANO Virgilio (Gene). Dear husband of Jean. Devoted father of Christina, Carl and Tom. Dear son of Christina. Beloved brother of Jerry Domenick, Joseph, Rose Stolfo, Mary, Kate, Lubrano, Josephine Castronovo and the late Mario. Reposing Cusimano Russo Funeral Home, 2005 W. 6th St. Mass St. Mary Mother of Jesus R.C. Church, Mon. 10 A.M. Entombment St. John's Cloister. GALATI Dr. Victor. Beloved husband of Frances. Devoted father of Barbara and Dr. Victor Galati Jr. Also survived by 2 grandchildren, Christopher and Paul. Funeral Mon. at 9 A.M. from the LAWRENCE E. INCONIGLIOS FUNERAL HOME 7120 New Utrecht Ave. Mass 9:30 A.M. Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, 73 St. 15 Ave. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Gl AM BON A Mary (nee Rappa). On June 26, 1975. Beloved wife of Joseph. Loving mother of Ann Marie and Joseph. Reposing at THE FREDERICK FUNERAL HOME OF FLUSHING, Northern Blvd. at 193rd St. Mass of Christian Burial, Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament R.C. Church, 9:45 A.M.. June 30th. Interment, St. Raymond's Cemetery. GILMORE Jeanette (nee Ferrara) June 24. 1975. Beloved wife of James. Devoted mother of Julia, James III, Christine Charles. Beloved daughter of Julia the late Charles Ferrara. Beloved sister of Adeline Applebome, Frederick, Ferrara, and Pauline Kenny. Reposing Azzara Funeral Home, 183 Sand Lane. S.I. Mass of Resurrection, Mon. 9:30 A.M. Holy Rosary Church. Interment L.I. National Cemetery. Hrs. 2-5 7-10 P.M. P. J. LA VECCHIA; DIR GRANVILLE William F. Sr. Ret. N.Y. CPD). June 26. 1975. Beloved husband of Harriette. Dear father of Ruth Addy, Joan Doollng, Hariet Peters. William Jr. and Patricia Romeo; also survived bv 12 grandchildren 8. 1 great grandchild. Funeral Mon. 9 A.M. from the McLaughlin 8. Sons Colonial Home, Third Ave at 97 Bklyn. Mass of Resurrection 9:30 A.M. St. Ephrem's Church. GRUOSSO Clemenza C. (nee Ferrone). On June 26, 1975. Loving wife of Anthony. Beloved mother of Hilda Callander, Mary Grieve, Concettina Krizek and the late Joseph T. Devoted daughter of the late Antonio and Serafena Ferrone. Dear sister of Carmine and Rocco Ferrone. Also survived by 6 grandchildren and 1 greatgrandchild. Funeral from THOMAS M. QUINN SONS FUNERAL HOME, 35-20 Bway, L.I. City, Mon. 9:30 A.M. Mass of Christian Burial, Our Lady of Mt. Car-mel R.C. Church, 10 A.M. Interment Pinelawn Memorial Park. Visiting hrs. HOGAN Thomas, formerly of Borrisoksne, Co. Tipperary, Ireland. June 25, 1975. Beloved brother of John, William and Edward. Member of American Legion, Henry C. Wilson Post No. 618. Knights of Columbus St. Patrick's Council, No. 346. Reposing NEUFELD FUNERAL HOME, 88-04-43 Ave. (at Whitney Ave.) Elmhurst. Mass of Christian Burial, Mon. 9:45 A.M. St. Bartholomew's R.C. Church. Interment L.I. National. HALLER George. June 27, 1975. Vet. U.S. Army WW II. Age 64 yrs. Member of American Legion Blissville Post No. 727. Loving husband of Paula. Devoted father of William and Joseph. Dear brother of Anna, Berta, Alvine and Willy in Germany. Reposing PETER J. GEIS FUNERAL HOME, 57-34 Catalpa Ave Ridge-wood. Religious service. Sun 8 P.M. Funeral Mon 10 AJV1. Interment, Cypress Hills Cemetery. Visiting 2-5 8 7-10 P.M. HAMMER Edward A. Beloved husband of the late Josephine (Nee Davis). Dear brother of Jeanette and Eleanor. Fond brother-in-law of Eleanor and Joseph Reilly. Family will receive friends from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. at William's Funeral Home on Broadway at 232nd Bronx. Religious service and funeral Mon. 11 A.M. Entombment Woodlawn Cemetery. Please omit flowers. HERRMANN Mary Jane, June 27, 1975. Beloved mother of Sr. Marie De Lourdes, S.G. Dolores Von Gerner, Jenny McCarthy, Gustave, Max, William and George Herrmann; also survived bv 14 grandchildren. Reposing at THE HAL-VORSEN CHAPEL 5310 8th Ave. Bklyn. Funeral mass, Mon. 9:30 am St. Agatha's RC Church, 49 St. at 7 Ave. Inter-ment Weehawken Cem No. Bergen, N.J. HUNT Harry. On June 27, 1975. Beloved husband of the late Catherine. Dear father of John and Harry. Brother of Alice Wiegmann. Service at WALTER B. COOKE FUNERAL HOME 6900 4th Sunday 7 P.M. Funeral Monday 10 A.M. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. KENDALL Edith J. June 26, 1975. Beloved wife of Edward. Dear aunt of Mrs. Herbert E. Swanson, of Winston Salem, NX Coulson N. Squires, of Horseheads, N.Y.. Frederick K. Souires, of N.Y.C Warren E. Booth, of New Mllford, N.J. and Harold M. Booth. N.Y.C. Funeral from WALTER B. COOKE FUNERAL HOME, 20 Snyder Ave Bklyn. Mon. 10 A.M. Interment Pinelawn Cemetery. KOSETZKE Herman, Beloved husband of Lillian Arndt Kosetzke. Reposing Burr Davis-Sharpe Chapels, 15 4fh Ave Mt. Vernon. NY. LARSSON Agnes. June 26. 1975. Beloved wife of the late Axel. Devoted mother of Alex. Also survived by 4 grandchildren. Reoosinq GENNARELLI HAMILTON CHAPELS, 4218 Ft. Hamilton Pkwy. Service Sun 8 P.M. Funeral Mon 9:45 A.M. LATCHFORD George B. June 26, 1975 (Ret. NYCPD). Beloved husband of Mary E. (nee Blakeley). Devoted father of Mrs. Catherine Murphy, George Albert F. and Mrs. Mary Kennedy. Brother of William also survived by several grandchildren. Reposing WALTER B. COOKE FUNERAL HOME. 117 W. 72 Mass of Resurrection, Mon. 10 A.M. St. Catherine of Genoa Church, Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Visiting 2-5 P.M. LYNCH Dorothy (nee Guerin). June 26, 1975. Wife of John T. Mother of Kevin. Daughter of Austin and the late Dorothy Guerin. Sister of Josephine Gergerly, Austin Guerin, Mary Ann Cilia, Helen Kroner, Frances Meyers, Larry, Michael and John Guerin. Reposing THOMAS J. REYNOLDS FUNERAL HOME, 158-14 Northern Flushing. Mass Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament Church, Mon. 10:30 A.M. Interment Mt. St. Mary's Cemetery. MACELLARO Carmela (nee Direnzo). Beloved wife of the late Joseph. Dear mother of August Marie Also survived by 5 grandchildren 9 great grandchildren. Reposing at G. B. PERAZZO FUNERAL CHURCH, 199 Bleecker St. Saturday. Sunday 2-5 7 10 P.M. Requiem Mass St. Joseph' Church Monday, 10 A.M. MUSTO Rosalyn. Beloved wife of William. Devoted sister of Anthony (Buster), Joseph and John. Reposing Damiano Funeral Home, Third and Franklin Aves Long Branch, N.J. Funeral Mon. Mass, 10 A.M., Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Long Branch. VICTOR QUIROLO St SONS, DIRS. O'HARA James June 26, 1975. Formerly of Danbury, Conn. 4th Degree member. Knights of Columbus Phil Sheridan Council. Devoted husband of Agnes (Lee). Beloved brother of Marie Mauiick, Irene Sohayda, Francis and William. Funeral Mon. 10 A.M. from THE McMANUS FUNERAL HOME, 2001 Flatbush Ave Bklyn. Funeral Mass 10:30 A.M. St. Francis of Assisi Church. Interment St. John's. OBERST Alice A. of Scarsdale, N.Y. on June 27, 1975. Wife of Leopold P. Oberst. Mother of Mrs. Alice Fortin, Mrs. Patricia Leonard, Thomas, Robert and Lorraine Oberst. Sister of Richard Breen. Also survived by 6 grandchildren. Friends may call at the BENNETT FUNERAL HOME, 824 Scarsdale Ave, Scarsdale Saturday 8 Sunday 2-4 7-9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Sacred Heart Church, Central Ave. Hartsdale, N.Y. Mon 10 AJW. PAG A NO John N. June 25, 1975. In Lawrence. Mass. (Ret. restaurant owner N.Y.C). Beloved husband of Mary (nee earragnaj. uevoiea tamer ot Julia Brick. Grace Pagano, Mary Elizabeth Dilanni. Reposing F. RUGGIERO SONS FUNERAL HOME. 4344 White Plains Rd. (at E. 237 Bx. Mass of Resurrection, St. Francis of Assisi Church, Baychester Ave. Chapel, 10 A.M. Mon. PANTALEO Nunzta. Beloved wife of Ange-lo. Loving mother of Columbia (Bena) DeLisio, Vincent Ann Pantaleo Mary Charlie Branciforte. Also survived by 8 grandchildren. Reposing at LOUIS De LUCA 8, SONS MAYFLOWER FUNERAL HOME, 6022 Bay Parkway. Mass of the Resurrection Monday 9:45 A.M. at St. Athanasius R.C. church. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. PARRA Jose. June 26, 1975. Beloved husband of Hipolita. Devoted father of Christina Elliott, Joseph A. Parra and Evelyn Acevedo. Also survived by 6 grandchildren 8, 2 great-grandchildren. Reposing WALTER B. COOKE FUNERAL HOME, 2135 Westchester Ave Bx. Mass of Christian Burial, Holy Cross Church, Mon. 10 A.M. Interment St. Ray-mond's. PENNCAVAGE George L. June 26, 1975. Beloved husband of Felicia (nee Cassation Devoted father of Kathleen Jacquerie, George L. Jr. and Nancy Ann. Fond brother of Alex, Mary, Agnes and Pennie. Dear grandfather of Cynthia. Matthew and George III. Funeral Mon. 10 A.M. from the McMANUS FUNERAL HOME, 2001 Flatbush Ave. Funeral Mass 10:30 A.M. St. Thomas Aquinas Church. Interment Holy Cross. ROBINSON Edward J. (Chick). Ret. NYCFD. Suddenly June 26. 1975. Beloved husband of Eileen. Loving father of Mary Ellen Doherty, Edward, Raymond, John, Richard and Thomas. Also survived by 13 grandchildren and 1 sister Anne Hegarty. Funeral Mon 9 A.M.-from HARRY F. BLAIR SONS FUNERAL HOME, 723 Coney Island Ave. (Nr. Cortelyou Bklyn. Funeral Mass 9:30 A.M. St. Rose of Lima R.C. Church. Visiting 2-5. 7-10 P.M. SMITH Patrick. On June 27, 1975. Native of Baley James Duff, Cnty Kavan, Ireland. Beloved husband of Agnes (nee Murray). Devoted father of Anne, Patrick, Mary, Peggy O'Gorman, John, James, Gerald, Agnes Gravius and Eileen Vitanza. Dear brother of Catherine Ruane. Also survived by 23 grandchildren. Reposing at the DAVID J. HODDER SON FUNERAL HOME, 899 McLean Ave. (nr Kimball Yonkers. Mass of Christian Burial St. Barnabas Church, Mon 10 A.M. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Visiting hrs. 2-4 7-10 P.M. TERZULLI Anthony M. On June 26, 1975. Beloved father of Marie, John and Paul. Reposing WALTER B. COOKE FUNERAL HOME. 234 8 Ave (at 22 st) N.Y.C, until Monday 9:30 A.M. Mass of Resurrection St. Anthony of Padua Church, 10 A.M. Interment L.I. National Cemetery. t-nenas may visit after 3 P.M. Saturday. VERLANDO Charlotte (nee Green). June 27, 1975. Beloved wife of Joseph. Devoted mother of Catherine Farr, Joseph, Ralph, and Charlene Simone. Dear sister of George and Harold Allen, Carrie Daniels. Margaret Jung and Irene McManners. Also survived by 7 grandchildren. Services Sun. 8 P.M. Funeral 10 A.M. Reposing BYRNES FUNERAL HOME, 2384 Gerrlttsen Ave Bklyn. WALSH John Jr. June 26, 1975. Beloved husband of Patricia (nee Martin). Devoted father of James. Christopher, Katherine, Matthew, Nora Jane and Thaddeus. Loving son of John Walsh Sr. Dear brother of Marlon Bialczak, Peter, Mary and Helen Walsh. Funeral Mon. 9:45 A.M., from the McMANUS FUNERAL HOME, 2001 Flatbush Ave. Funeral Mass, 10:15 A.M. St. Vincent Ferrer Church (Glenwood Interment St. John's. WILSON William Charles of Elmsford. N.Y. On June 26, 1975. Beloved husband of Anna (nee Cedel). Devoted father of Mrs. Rocco (Annette) Cantalupo of Bridgeport, Conn and William Jeffrey Wilson of Elmsford, N.Y. Cherished father-in-law of Rocco. Endeared brother of Harold Cunningham of N.Y. City. Loving grandfather of Candlce, Laurie and Susan. Christian Burial Service, 11 A.M. Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Elmsford, N.Y. In Memoriam FREDA John. Happy Birthday In Heaven. As always, all our love. MOM and DAD. HEINRICH Augusta. Happy 1st Birthday in Heaven, Mother dear. Miss you so much. All my love, till we meet again. FLORENCE. KIRSCHBAUM Elizabeth. 1st Anniversary in Heaven. We love you miss you always. DAVg LINDA AND KAREN. KNAPP-Emit (Dutch). Happy Birthday In Heaven. We miss you. ALL OUR LOVE, KATIE HERMAN. SALERNO James Allen. June 29, 1951. No birthday cards, no presents to givet Only our love as long as we live. Happy Birthday Jimmy, sleep well, dear heart. LOVE MOM DAD.

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