|Gladys E. Machiel, 93
ACUSHNET -- Gladys E. (Howes) Machiel, 93, of South Main Street
died Sunday, Jan. 28, 1996, after a long illness. She was the widow of
Frederick L. Turpin and Manuel R. Machiel and daughter of the late Edwin
S. and Amanda E. (Vaughn) Howes.
She died at the Acushnet Nursing Home.
Born in Mattapoisett, she lived most of her life in East Freetown
and the past six years in Acushnet. She was employed by the John I. Paulding
Manufacturing Co. in New Bedford until her retirement in 1967.
Survivors include a daughter, Barbara A. Place of Acushnet; two
brothers, Charles S. Howes of Middleboro and Frank L. Howes of Wareham;
a sister, Caroline Chase of Wareham; 10 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren;
and several nieces and nephews.
She was the mother of the late Frederick E. Turpin.
Arrangements are by the Kirby Funeral Home, 61 Tarkiln Hill Road,
NEW BEDFORD -- Private funeral services were held Monday for
Lewis Travers, 89, who died unexpectedly at home Thursday, Jan. 25, 1996.
He was the son of the late John P. and Anna (Oliver) Travers.
He was a lifelong resident of New Bedford and a communicant of
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. He was employed by local boatyards as
a rigger until his retirement.
Mr. Travers was aWorld War II Army veteran.
Survivors include two sisters, Elsie T. Motha of New Bedford
and Mary Portnoy of East Orleans; a brother, Francis O. Travers of Sarasota,
Fla.; and several nieces and nephews.
He was the brother of the late John Travers.
Arrangements are by the Aubertine Funeral Home, 129 Allen St.
NEW BEDFORD -- Joao DeMelo, 84, of Phillips Avenue died Sunday,
Jan. 28, 1996, after a brief illness. He was the husband of Rosa Resendes
(Machado) DeMelo and son of the late Antonio T. and Emilia D. (Bernardo)
He died at St. Luke's Hospital.
Born in Sao Pedro, Vila do Porto, Santa Maria, Azores, he lived
in New Bedford since 1971. He was a communicant of Our Lady of Immaculate
Conception Church and was employed by Kay Winsor as a cleaner until his
retirement in 1978.
Survivors include his widow; a daughter, Izaura de Portugal of
New Bedford; a sister, Maria A. Cabral of Connecticut; and several nieces
Arrangements are by the Cabral-Baylies Square Funeral Home, 512
N. Front St.
Tamar M. Garcia Blanchard, 93
NEW BEDFORD -- Tamar M. (Wilkinson) Garcia Blanchard, 93, died
at home Sunday, Jan. 28, 1996, after a long illness. She was the widow
of Ray L. Blanchard and Joseph A. Garcia and daughter of the late William
and Esther May (Thomas) Wilkinson.
She was a lifelong resident of New Bedford.
She was a waitress, weaver, cloth inspector, drill grinder, secretary,
bookkeeper, a private-duty nurse and homemaker until her retirement in
Survivors include a son, John D. Garcia of New Bedford; three
grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren;
and several nieces and nephews.
She was the mother of the late Winifred M. Garcia Buckley.
Arrangements are by the Dartmouth Funeral Home, 230 Russells
Mills Road, South Dartmouth.
Barbara Skelton, 79, novelist and memoirist
LONDON -- Barbara Skelton, a writer whose best subject was her
own life of passionate abandon, has died at age 79.
Her two volumes of memoirs -- "Tears Before Bedtime" in 1987
and "Weep No More" in 1989 -- were savored for their malicious descriptions
of her three husbands and numerous lovers, including King Farouk of Egypt
and a police officer who came to investigate a burglary at her home.
She was married three times: to literary critic Cyril Connolly
from 1950 to 1956; to the publisher Lord George Weidenfeld from 1956 to
1961; and briefly to newspaper heir Derek Jackson in 1966, becoming the
fifth of his six wives.
Ms. Skelton died Saturday in Worcestershire in western England
from a brain tumor, The Times reported yesterday.
The painter Michael Wishart wrote of her: "She did not sit; she
curled up. In a chair, on the floor, in a train, on a beach, in the desert,
in an airplane, in bed, waiting outside a mosque, she curled up, and seldom
She met King Farouk while working as a cipher clerk in Cairo
during World War II. The relationship resumed in 1950, shortly before her
marriage to Mr. Connolly, when King Farouk was vacationing in France.
"At this time Farouk resembled a huge sawdust teddy bear badly
sewn at the joints," she wrote. Mr. Connolly followed her on the two-week
fling, and she paid for their return by saving money King Farouk had given
her to gamble.
Mr. Connolly was co-respondent in her second divorce, as Mr.
Weidenfeld had been in the first, and Ms. Skelton remained on good terms
with Mr. Connolly until his death in 1974. One of Mr. Connolly's daughters
by another marriage cared for Ms. Skelton in her last weeks.
She wrote two novels, "A Young Girl's Touch" in 1956 and "A Love
Match" in 1969, though the second novel was withdrawn because of threats
of legal action by a former friend.
Funeral arrangements were not announced. She had no children.
Scott Whitcher Jr.
HOBE SOUND, Fla. -- Scott Whitcher Jr., 79, died Thursday, Jan.
25, 1996, due to complications from a stroke. He was the husband of Thelma
(Crossman) Whitcher, formerly of New Bedford, and the son of the late Scott
Sr. and Elizabeth (Shaw) Whitcher.
He died at Golden Oaks Nursing Home in Laurel, Md.
Born in Clinton, Mass., he moved to Laurel from Hobe Sound three
He was employed by the United States Testing Co. as a textile
He received a bachelor of arts degree from Southeastern Massachusetts
Technological Institute (now UMass Dartmouth) and was a World War II veteran,
serving as a first lieutenant in the Army Artillery Division. He was a
member of the Benevolent Protective Order of the Elks Lodge 2237, Cedar
Grove, N.J.; Steward Congregational Methodist Church, Stewart, Fla.; and
the Glen Ridge Congregational Church in Glen Ridge, N.J.
Mr. Whitcher was an enthusiastic golfer.
Survivors include his widow; a son, Scott Whitcher III of Laurel;
two daughters, Gail Corbosiero of Little Fall, N.J., and Judy McLaughlin
of Billerica, Mass.; a sister, Nancy Akin of Manchester, Conn.; a brother,
Stetson Whitcher of Boston; and five grandchildren.
Arrangements are by the Fleck Funeral Home, 7601 Sandy Spring
NEW BEDFORD -- Ida Fanny (Goldstein) Gerson, 83, of 107 Reed
St. died Monday, Jan. 29, 1996. She was the widow of George Gerson and
daughter of the late Samuel and Bessie (Kawalsky) Goldstein.
She died at St. Luke's Hospital.
A lifelong resident of New Bedford, she was employed by Henry's
Restaurant as a cashier for many years.
Survivors include a daughter, Lois Gerson of Waltham; a sister,
Dorothy Large of New Bedford; and several nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Gerson was the sister of the late Albert Goldstein.
Arrangements are by the Max Sugarman Memorial Chapel, 458 Hope
BROOKSVILLE, Fla. -- Beatrice (Singleton) Clark, 73, of Brooksville,
formerly of New Bedford, died Sunday, Jan. 28, 1996, after a brief illness.
She was the widow of Robert Clark and daughter of the late Christopher
C. and Mary A. (Beary) Singleton.
She was born in New Bedford, where she lived until moving to
Detroit and then to Brooksville.
She was employed by Chrysler in Detroit until her retirement.
Mrs. Clark was formerly employed by Cornell-Dubilier.
Mrs. Clark enjoyed knitting.
Survivors include a daughter, Carol Lietzow of Mesa, Ariz.; two
brothers, Christopher R. Single and Joseph Singleton, both of Marion; two
grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by the Turner F. Homes Brooksville Chapel, Brooksville.
Alexandrina Cabral, 90
NEW BEDFORD -- Alexandrina "Shandra" (Perry) Cabral, 90, formerly
of Myrtle Street, died Sunday, Jan. 28, 1996, after a brief illness. She
was the widow of Antonio "Anthony" Cabral and daughter of the late Manuel
and Julia (do Carmo) Perreira.
She died at Mediplex of New Bedford.
Born in Sao Miguel, Azores, she lived in New Bedford most of
She was a communicant of The Church of the Holy Name.
Survivors include a daughter, Dorothy Pickett of Beverly Hills,
Fla.; four grandchildren, Dale Pickett of New Bedford, Gary Pickett of
Allston, Sharon Henriques of Ocala, Fla., and Sheila Furtado of South Sandwich;
and a great-granddaughter, Morgan Henriques of Ocala.
She was the mother of the late Priscilla Bergeron.
Arrangements are by the Boulevard Funeral Home, 223 Ashley Blvd.
NEW BEDFORD -- Albertina "Tina" (Pires) Cordeiro, 76, died Sunday,
Jan. 28, 1996, in an automobile accident. She was the widow of John V.
Cordeiro and daughter of the late Domingos and Emma (Ferreira) Pires.
She died at St. Luke's Hospital.
She was a lifelong resident of New Bedford.
She was a communicant of St. Mary Church.
She was employed by Eastern Sportswear as a stitcher until her
Mrs. Cordeiro was a member of Amalgamated Textile Workers Union
Local 377, former president of the Panthers Golden Agers, current president
of the Panthers Club Women's Auxiliary, Jolly Seniors of Acushnet and the
Garment Workers Retirees Club.
Survivors include several nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by the Boulevard Funeral Home, 223 Ashley Blvd.
ACUSHNET -- Daniel Pinto, 47, died Sunday, Jan. 28, 1996, after
a long illness. He was the husband of Maria "Tila" (Almeida) Pinto and
the son of Jose C. and Cesaltina (Elias) Pinto of Portugal.
He died at St. Luke's Hospital.
He was born in Algarve, Portugal, and lived in this area for
He was a communicant of St. Mary Church.
He was a self-employed mason until his illness.
Mr. Pinto was a member of the Portuguese American Athletic Club.
Survivors include his widow; his parents; a son, Jason Pinto
of Acushnet; a daughter, Kelly N. Pinto of Acushnet; a sister, Celeste
Elias Pinto of Portugal; an uncle; several cousins; and many nieces and
Arrangements are by the Boulevard Funeral Home, 223 Ashley Blvd.,
Edgar J. Blais
LAKEVILLE -- Edgar J. Blais, 75, died Sunday, Jan. 28, 1996,
after a short illness. He was the husband of Pauline (Chartier) Blais and
son of the late Charles and Lumina (Turcotte) Blais.
He died at Morton Hospital.
He was born in Fall River and was a lifelong resident of Middleboro
and Lakeville. He was a communicant of St. Martha and Mary's Church in
He was employed by the Commonwealth of Mass. Department of Public
Works until his retirement.
Mr. Blais was a 1938 graduate of Middleboro High School and was
a World War II army veteran.
He was a member of the V.F.W. in Middleboro and a member of the
Retired State County and Municipal Employees Association.
He was an avid golfer at Reservoir Heights Country Club and Heritage
Hill Country Club where he played with his family and friends.
He and his wife were married 55 years.
Survivors include his widow; four daughters, Bonnie Prophett
of Bourne, Janet Washburn of New Hampshire, Linda Gammons of Lakeville
and Mary Chuippi of Middleboro; two sons, Steven Blais of Middleboro and
Michael Blais of Lakeville; 12 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; and
He was also the brother of the late Benoit Blais, Gerard Blais,
Romeo Blais, and Germaine Riccitelli.
Arrangements are by the Dahlborg MacNevin Funeral Home, 280 Bedford
ASSONET -- Anita (Paul) Kitchen, 71, of 50 High St. died Sunday,
Jan. 28, 1996, after a brief illness. She was the widow of Joseph H. Kitchen
and the daughter of Adelard Paul of Fall River and the late Loretta (Tisdale)
She was employed as a homemaker most of her life.
She was a member of the North End Executive Center, St. Mary's
Cathedral Seniors, St. Luke's Senior Center, Whiiper Wills Chorus Group
and was a communicant of St. Bernard Church.
Survivors include her father; a stepmother, Joan (McConnell)
Paul of Fall River; three daughters, Doris Colucci of Middleboro, Ida Knowles
of Assonet and Linda Kitchen of Fall River; three sons, Richard Kitchen,
Kenneth Kitchen and Robert Kitchen, all of Assonet; three sisters, Jeannette
Dupras and Yvonne St. Pierre, both of Fall River, and Joan Arruda of Tiverton,
R.I.; two brothers, Raymond Paul of Pahrump Nevada and Thomas Paul of Fall
River; 13 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
She was the mother of the late Janet Musso.
Arrangements are by the Boule Funeral Home, 615 Broadway, Fall
FALMOUTH -- Alice (Hayward) Dorr, 78, of West Falmouth died Sunday,
Jan. 28, 1996. She was the widow of Ernest B. Dorr.
She died at Falmouth Hospital.
Born in Brockton, she moved to West Falmouth from Bradenton in
1993. Previously, she lived in Portsmouth until 1947, moved to Ipswich
in 1948 and then moved to Hingham in 1950. Later she lived in North Scituate
and Marion, then moved with her family to Mattapoisett in 1957.
She was a member of the North Falmouth Congregational Church.
She attended Huntington Elementary School and graduated from
Brockton High School in 1935.
She was an accomplished musician, trumpet by choice, having once
been invited to audition for Arthur Fiedler. She attended Posse-Nissen
College from 1935-1938. While at Posse-Nissen she was a member of the Sigma
Iota Chi Sorority. She taught physical education, swimming, and skiing
at Dean Academy in 1938-1939. She attended the University of Wisconsin
in the summer of 1939. She received a bachelor of science degree graduated
from Boston University in 1942. Subsequently, she taught physical education
at Wilimington schools.
She moved to Portsmouth, NH and taught there from 1942-1948.
She taught physical education for elementary and junior high school and
was the cheerleading coach.
She was also involved in Alcyone Chapter of Eastern Star and
worked up the ranks until holding the worthy matron position. In 1959,
she went back to teaching at Prince Henry Lord junior high school in Fall
River for two years then taught elementary physical education in the Fairhaven
Public School System. She retired from teaching in 1980.
Survivors include two sons, Donald H. Dorr of Plymouth and Frank
B. Dorr of Bristol, Vt.; a daughter, Janet E. Winslow of West Falmouth;
a brother, Frank B. Hayward of Randolph, Vt.; and six grandchildren.
Mrs. Dorr was also the mother of the late James Dorr.
Arrangements are by the Chapman, Cole & Gleason Funeral Home,
ALLISON -- JAN. 28, 1996, EDWIN S., HUSBAND OF THE LATE DORIS L. (CRAIG)
ALLISON, OF NORTH MIDDLEBORO, AGE 72 YEARS. GRAVESIDE SERVICES ON WEDNESDAY
AT 11 A.M. IN TITICUT PARISH Cemetery, PLYMOUTH STREET, NORTH MIDDLEBORO.
VISITING HOURS TO WHICH RELATIVES AND FRIENDS ARE INVITED WILL BE IN THE
EGGER FUNERAL HOME, 61 PEARL ST., MIDDLEBORO, ON TUESDAY, 4-8 P.M. MASONIC
SERVICE BY MAY FLOWER LODGE A.F.&A.M. WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAY AT 7
P.M. IN THE FUNERAL HOME.
BLAIS -- JAN 28, EDGAR J. BLAIS, AGE 75, OF LAKEVILLE, HUBAND OF PAULINE
(CHARTIER) BLAIS, FATHER OF BONNIE PROPHETT, JANET WASHBURN, LINDA GAMMONS,
MARY CHUIPPI, STEVEN AND MICHAEL BLAIS; A FUNERAL MASS WILL BE HELD ON
WEDNESDAY AT 10 A.M. IN ST. MARTHA & MARY'S CHURCH IN LAKEVILLE. VISITATION
WILL TAKE PLACE ON TUESDAY 7-9 P.M. IN THE DAHLBORG-MACNEVIN FUNERAL HOME,
280 BEDFORD ST., LAKEVILLE. FRIENDS WISHING MEMORIAL GIFTS MAY BE GIVEN
TO THEIR CHOICE.
BLANCHARD -- TAMAR M. (WILKINSON) GARCIA, 93, OF NEW BEDFORD. WIFE OF
THE LATE RAY L. BLANCHARD AND THE LATE JOSEPH A. GARCIA. MOTHER OF JOHN
D. GARCIA, WHO CARED FOR HER, AND THE LATE WINIFRED M. GARCIA BUCKLEY.
FUNERAL THURSDAY, FEB. 1, 1996, AT 9 A.M. FROM THE DARTMOUTH FUNERAL HOME,
230 RUSSELLS MILLS ROAD, SOUTH DARTMOUTH, FOLLOWED BY A FUNERAL MASS AT
10 IN ST. JAMES CHURCH, COUNTY STREET, NEW BEDFORD. RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
INVITED. VISITING HOURS WEDNESDAY 2-4 AND 6-8 P.M. BURIAL IN ACUSHNET CEMETERY,
CABRAL -- IN THIS CITY, JAN. 29, ALEXANDRINA "SHANDRA" (PERRY) WIFE
OF THE LATE ANTONIO "ANTHONY" CABRAL, MOTHER OF DOROTHY PICKETT, GRANDMOTHER
OF DALE PICKETT, GARY PICKETT, SHARON HENRIQUES, SHEILA FURTADO, GREAT-GRANDMOTHER
OF MORGAN HENRIQUES; FORMERLY OF 241 MYRTLE ST., AGE 90. FUNERAL FROM THE
BOULEVARD FUNERAL HOME, 223 ASHLEY BLVD., THURSDAY AT 9 A.M., FOLLOWED
BY A FUNERAL MASS AT THE CHURCH OF THE HOLY NAME AT 10 A.M. RELATIVES AND
FRIENDS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND. VISITING HOURS WEDNESDAY 2-4 & 7-9 INTERMENT
AT ST. JOHN'S CEMETERY.
CORDEIRO -- IN THIS CITY, JAN. 28, ALBERTINA " TINA" (PIRES) WIFE OF
THE LATE JOHN V. CORDEIRO OF NEW BEDFORD, AGE 76. FUNERAL FROM THE BOULEVARD
FUNERAL HOME, 223 ASHLEY BLVD., WEDNESDAY AT 9:45 A.M., FOLLOWED BY A FUNERAL
MASS AT ST. MARY'S CHURCH, TARKILN HILL ROAD, AT 11 A.M. RELATIVES AND
FRIENDS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND. VISITING HOURS TUESDAY 2-4 & 7-9. INTERMENT
AT PINE GROVE CEMETERY.
COYNE -- OF MATTAPOISETT, JAN. 26, 1996, HOWARD FRANCIS COYNE, HUSBAND
OF ELISE (HOLM) COYNE, FATHER OF DOUGLAS CAMERON OF MATTAPOISETT, ALLEN
CAMERON OF SANDWICH, JAMES CAMERON OF WARRENSBURG, MO., LISEN CAMERON AND
LINDA MACKENZIE, BOTH OF WAREHAM, AND ANN PAYNE OF SALINA, KAN., BROTHER
OF BERYL COYNE OF MATTAPOISETT, ALSO SURVIVED BY EIGHT GRANDCHILDREN. A
MEMORIAL SERVICE WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, JAN. 31, AT THE STOTT, CHAPMAN,
COLE & GLEASON FUNERAL HOME, 2599 CRANBERRY HIGHWAY (ROUTE 28), WAREHAM,
AT 2 P.M. RELATIVES AND FRIENDS INVITED. INTERMENT WILL BE PRIVATE. DONATIONS
MAY BE MADE TO THE HOWARD F. COYNE ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP, C/O MAYFLOWER
COOP BANK P.O. BOX 962, WAREHAM, MA 02571.
DEMELO -- OF THIS CITY, JAN. 28, JOAO HUSBAND OF ROSA RESENDES (MACHADO)
DEMELO OF PHILLIPS AVENUE, AGE 84 YEARS. FATHER OF IZAURA DEPORTUGAL, BROTHER
OF MARIA A. CABRAL, ALSO SURVIVED BY SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS. RELATIVES
AND FRIENDS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND HIS FUNERAL AT 8 A.M. ON WEDNESDAY FROM
THE CABRAL-BAYLIES SQUARE FUNERAL HOME, 512 N. FRONT ST., NEW BEDFORD,
MASS., FOLLOWED BY A FUNERAL MASS IN OUR LADY OF IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
CHURCH, AT 9 A.M. CALLING HOURS TUESDAY 6-9 P.M. INTERMENT ST. JOHN CEMETERY.
AMPLE, LIGHTED PARKING AREA IN REAR OF FUNERAL HOME.
DORR -- OF WEST FALMOUTH, FORMERLY OF FAIRHAVEN, JAN. 28, ALICE (HAYWARD)
DORR, BELOVED WIFE OF THE LATE ERNEST B. DORR, MOTHER OF DONALD H. DORR
OF PLYMOUTH, JANET E. WINSLOW OF WEST FALMOUTH, FRANK B. DORR OF BRISTOL,
VT, AND THE LATE JAMES DORR, SISTER OF FRANK B. HAYWARD OF RANDOLPH, VT.,
ALSO SURVIVED BY SIX GRANDCHILDREN. A FUNERAL SERVICE WILL BE HELD AT 10
A.M. ON THURSDAY, FEB. 1, AT THE CHAPMAN, COLE & GLEASON FUNERAL HOME,
ROUTE 28A, WEST FALMOUTH. REV. CHARLES CLOSE OFFICIATING. RELATIVES &
FRIENDS INVITED. BURIAL AT NOON AT THE GROVELAND Cemetery, MANN LOT ROAD,
NORTH SCITUATE. VISITING HOURS WEDNESDAY 7-9 P.M. AT THE FUNERAL HOME.
IN LIEU OF FLOWERS DONATIONS IN ALICE'S MEMORY MAY BE MADE TO THE VISITING
NURSING. ASSOCIATION 67 TER HEUN DRIVE, FALMOUTH, MA 02540.
GERSON -- IDA F. (GOLDSTEIN), JAN. 29, 1996, RESIDENCE 107 REED ST.,
NEW BEDFORD. BELOVED WIFE OF THE LATE GEORGE GERSON, DEVOTED MOTHER OF
LOIS GERSON OF WALTHAM, DEAR SISTER OF DOROTHY LARGE OF NEW BEDFORD AND
THE LATE ALBERT GOLDSTEIN ALSO SURVIVED BY SEVERAL NIECES AND NEPHEWS.
GRAVESIDE SERVICES TUESDAY AT 11 A.M. AT PLAINVILLE Cemetery, NEW BEDFORD.
IN LIEU OF FLOWERS, CONTRIBUTIONS MAY BE MADE TO YOUR FAVORITE CHARITY.
SHIVA WILL BE OBSERVED AT HER LATE RESIDENCE THROUGH THURSDAY 2-4 &
7-9 P.M. ARRANGEMENTS ARE BY THE MAX SUGARMAN MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 459 HOPE
ST. (CORNER OF DOYLE AVENUE) PROVIDENCE.
KITCHEN -- ANITA (PAUL), 71, OF 50 HIGH ST., ASSONET. IN FALL RIVER,
JAN. 28, 1996, WIDOW OF JOSEPH KITCHEN, DAUGHTER OF ADELARD PAUL AND THE
LATE LORETTA (TISDALE) PAUL. FUNERAL THURSDAY AT 8:30 A.M. FROM THE BOULE
FUNERAL HOME, 615 BROADWAY, FOLLOWED BY A FUNERAL MASS AT 10 A.M. IN ST.
BERNARD CHURCH, ASSONET. INTERMENT AT NEWPORT MEMORIAL PARK, MIDDLETOWN.
CALLING HOURS WEDNESDAY 2-4 AND 7-9 P.M.
LIVRAMENTO -- Of New Bedford, Jan. 27, 1996, Michael J. "Hon," 76, husband
of the late Judith (Tavares) Livramento, father of Lavell C., Michael J.
Jr., and Nathan P. Livramento and Rhoda M. Purcell, brother of John and
Louis Livramento. Funeral from the SAUNDERS-DWYER HOME FOR FUNERALS, 495
Park St., New Bedford, Wednesday at 8. Funeral Mass at Our Lady of the
Assumption Church at 9. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Visiting
hours Tuesday 2-4, 7-9. Interment St. John's Cemetery.
MACHIEL -- PASSED AWAY JAN. 28, 1996, GLADYS E. (HOWES) MACHIEL OF SOUTH
MAIN STREET, ACUSHNET, IN HER 94TH YEAR. WIDOW OF THE LATE FREDERICK L.
TURPIN AND THE LATE MANUEL R. MACHIEL. GRAVESIDE SERVICES TO WHICH RELATIVES
AND FRIENDS ARE INVITED WILL BE HELD TUESDAY, JAN. 30, 1996, AT WHITE CEMETERY,
FREETOWN, AT 1 P.M. AT THE REQUEST OF THE FAMILY THERE WILL BE NO VISITING
HOURS. ARRANGEMENTS BY THE KIRBY FUNERAL HOME, 61 TARKILN HILL ROAD., NEW
PEACOCK -- Jessie W.K., 92 years, of South Dartmouth, formerly of Mattapoisett,
aunt of Barbara Fisher and Eleanor Clemons, sister-in-law of Eleanor Peacock,
sister of the late Eric Peacock. Funeral Services Wednesday, Jan. 31, 1996,
at 2 p.m. in the FAIRLAWN MORTUARY, 180 Washington St., Fairhaven. Relatives
and friends will be received by her family one hour prior to her funeral
from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Memorial contributions may be sent to the Mattapoisett
Historical Society, 5 Church St., Mattapoisett, MA 02739. Burial in Cushing
PINTO -- IN THIS CITY, JAN. 28, DANIEL HUSBAND OF MARIA "TILA" (ALMEIDA)
PINTO, FATHER OF JASON AND KELLY, SON OF JOSE C. AND CESALTINA PINTO, BROTHER
OF CELESTE ELIAS PINTO AND NEPHEW OF AMERICO ELIAS OF ACUSHNET, AGE 47.
FUNERAL FROM THE BOULEVARD FUNERAL HOME, 223 ASHLEY BLVD., THURSDAY AT
7:45 A.M. FOLLOWED BY A FUNERAL MASS AT ST. MARY'S CHURCH ON TARKILN HILL
ROAD AT 9 A.M. RELATIVES AND FRIENDS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND. VISITING HOURS
WEDNESDAY EVENING 6-9. IN LIEU OF FLOWERS DONATIONS MAY BE MADE TO THE
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, 208 WASHINGTON ST., FAIRHAVEN, MA. 02719. INTERMENT
AT ST. JOHN'S CEMETERY.
RODA -- Of Fairhaven, Jan. 28, 1996, Dominick S., 77, husband of Josephine
C. (Daher) Roda, father of Joseph D. Roda, grandfather of Joseph and Johathan
M. Roda, great-grandfather of Jacob Joseph Roda, brother of Mario Roda
and Lilly (Roque) Motta. Funeral from the SAUNDERS-DWYER HOME FOR FUNERALS,
495 Park St., New Bedford, Wednesday at 9. Divine Liturgy at Our Lady of
Purgatory Church at 10. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Visiting
hours Tuesday 7-9. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to the American Cancer Society, 208 Washington St., Fairhaven,
MA 02719, or to the charity of your choice.
SHERBINO -- Of South Dartmouth, Jan. 28, Virginia G., 78, wife of the
late Harold A. Sherbino, mother of Barbara Ann Blanchette of Fort Worth,
Texas, Ruth Anna Hewett of Charleston, S.C., Claire Marie Desrosiers of
Chepachet, R.I., Leslie Jean Mathes of South Dartmouth. Funeral from the
SAUNDERS-DWYER HOME FOR FUNERALS, 495 Park St., New Bedford, Wednesday
at 10. Funeral Mass at St. Julie Billart Church, North Dartmouth at 11.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Visiting hours Tuesday 2-4
and 7-9. Interment St. Mary Cemetery.