FAIRHAVEN -- Angelene (Cambra) Valley-Clark, 83, died Wednesday,
Feb. 7, 1996, after a long illness. She was the widow of Earl Clark and
George A. Valley and daughter of the late Emmanuel and Francesca (Ferreira)
She died at Our Lady's Haven.
Born in Raynham she lived in New Bedford before moving to Fairhaven
where she lived most of her life. She was a member of the Church of the
Good Shepherd in Fairhaven and enjoyed playing piano, crafts and gardening.
Survivors include a son, George A. Valley of Fairhaven; a daughter,
Lorraine LaFrance of Dartmouth; four sisters, Laura Perry of New Bedford,
Estelle Briggs of Wareham and Cecelia Cambra and Genevieve Sylvia, both
of Fairhaven; a brother, Charles Cambra of San Jose, Calif.; 11 grandchildren;
15 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
She was the mother of the late Grace Picinisco and grandmother
of the late Michael Picinisco.
Arrangements are by the Fairhaven Funeral Home, 117 Main St.
VALLEY-CLARK -- ANGELENE (CAMBRA) OF FAIRHAVEN, FEB. 7, 1996. WIFE OF
THE LATE EARL CLARK AND THE LATE GEORGE A. VALLEY. MOTHER OF GEORGE A.
VALLEY AND LORRAINE LAFRANCE. RELATIVES AND FRIENDS AND INVITED TO ATTEND
THE FUNERAL SERVICE IN THE FAIRHAVEN FUNERAL HOME, 117 MAIN ST., FAIRHAVEN,
FRIDAY AT 9 A.M. INTERMENT RIVERSIDE CEMETERY. VISITING HOURS THURSDAY
2-4 AND 7-9. LIGHTED HANDICAPPED ENTRANCE AT REAR OF FUNERAL HOME. IN LIEU
OF FLOWERS, DONATIONS MAY BE MADE TO THE HOSPICE OF COMMUNITY NURSES OF
FAIRHAVEN, 62 CENTER ST., FAIRHAVEN, MA 02719.
Sister Imelda Martineau, 90
FALL RIVER -- Sister Imelda Martineau, also known as Sister Gonzalve,
90, of The Dominican Sisters of Hope, 37 Park St. died Wednesday, Feb.7,
1996, after a brief illness. She was the daughter of the late Norbert and
Lydia (Bourque) Martineau.
She was born in Fall River.
She was employed by various departments in The Mother House on
She took her first vows on Dec. 7, 1924.
Sister Martineau also served at St. Peters in Plattsburg, N.Y.,
St. Rose in Acushnet and St. John's Nursery in Fall River.
Survivors include several cousins.
She was also the sister of the late Reverend Joseph Martineau,
Ernest and Francois Martineau, Aurore Caron and Anette and Marguerite Martineau.
MARTINEAU -- In Fall River, Feb. 7, 1996, Sister Imelda Martineau, also
known as Sister Gonzalve. Daughter of the late Norbert and the late Lydia
(Bourque) Martineau, age 90. Residence: 37 Park St. Funeral Saturday at
9 a.m. from The Dominican Chapel on Park Street followed by a funeral mass
at 10 a.m. in The Dominican Academy Chapel. Interment in Notre Dame Cemetery.
Calling hours Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Convent Chapel. In lieu of
flowers kindly make donations to The Dominican Sisters of Hope Retirement
Fund, 37 Park St., Fall River, Mass. Arrangements are by The Boule Funeral
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. -- Guy Madison, who found his niche in westerns
in the 1940s and starred in the television series "The Adventures of Wild
Bill Hickok" has died. He was 74.
Mr. Madison, born Robert Ozell Moseley on Jan. 19, 1922, died
Tuesday of emphysema at Desert Hospital Hospice in Palm Springs.
"We shared a lot of campfires together. It is another empty saddle,
and I will really miss him," said fellow Western star and lifelong hunting
companion Rory Calhoun. Mr. Madison and Mr. Calhoun were also neighbors
in nearby Morongo Valley.
With his rugged but boyish looks, Mr. Madison portrayed the handsome
James Butler Hickok from 1951 to 1958. It was the beginning of his work
on popular series about historic frontier figures like Daniel Boone, Davy
Crockett and Kit Carson.
A radio version of "The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok" was broadcast
on the Mutual network from 1951 to 1956.
Mr. Madison had a genuine interest in western lore and was known
for making bows and arrows for hunting.
Some of the actor's 85 films are: "Since You Went Away" in 1944;
"Till the End of Time" in 1946; "Honeymoon" in 1947; "Bullwhip" in 1958;
and "Jet Over the Atlantic" in 1960.
In recent years, he joined other celluloid cowboys at public
events such as the opening of the Gene Autry Western Heritage Museum and
in cameo roles, including a 1988 television remake of "Red River."
Divorced from actresses Gail Russell and Sheilah Connolly, Mr.
Madison is survived by three daughters, Bridget, Erin and Dolly; a son,
Robert; a sister, Rosemary Anderson of Sacramento, and two brothers, Wayne
Moseley of Sherman Oaks and Harold Moseley of Mount Shasta.
Services were scheduled for 11 a.m. Monday at the Palm Springs
Mortuary in Cathedral City.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. -- Elias "Leo" Mattos, 78, formerly of Fairhaven,
died unexpectedly Tuesday, Feb. 6, 1996. He was the husband of Phyllis
(Sylvia) Mattos and son of the late Manuel and Rose (Costa) Mattos.
He died at his daughter's home in Cheyenne.
Born in Sao Miguel, Portugal, he lived in the New Bedford area
most of his life before moving to Cheyenne five weeks ago. He was formerly
employed as a tanner by various leather factories in the Taunton area.
Mr. Mattos was a World War II Marine veteran, serving in Iwo
Jima in the South Pacific Theater, and was a recipient of the Purple Heart.
He was an avid gardener.
Survivors include his widow; two daughters, Dolores Riel of Middleboro
and Valarie Montgomery of Cheyenne; a brother, Joseph Mottas of Fairhaven;
11 grandchildren and a great-granddaughter.
Arrangements are by the Wieder Spahn Radomsky Chapel of the Chimes,
NEW BEDFORD -- Priscilla (McCartney) Trigueiro, 87, died unexpectedly
at home, Tuesday, Feb. 6, 1996. She was the widow of Peter Francis Trigueiro
and daughter of the late Martin and Annie (Moran) McCartney.
Born in Preston, England, she lived most of her life in New Bedford
and was employed by Taber Nursing Home as a receptionist until her retirement.
Mrs. Trigueiro in her leisure time enjoyed knitting and was an
Survivors include a son, Peter A. Trigueiro of Baltimore; a brother,
John McCartney of Florida; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren;
two great-great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
She was also the sister of the late Martin McCartney.
Arrangements are by the Rock Funeral Home, 1285 Ashley Blvd.
TRIGUEIRO -- IN THIS CITY, FEB. 6, 1996, PRISCILLA (MCCARTNEY), 87,
OF NEW BEDFORD, WIDOW OF PETER F. TRIGUEIRO AND MOTHER OF PETER A. TRIGUEIRO.
RELATIVES AND FRIENDS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND HER FUNERAL SERVICES AT ROCK
FUNERAL HOME, 1285 ASHLEY BLVD., ON FRIDAY AT 10:30 A.M. CALLING HOURS
THURSDAY 2-4 AND 7-9. INTERMENT ST. MARY CEMETERY.
SAO MIGUEL, Portugal -- Guilhermina (Rodrigues) Cabral, 86, died
at home Saturday, Feb. 3, 1996, after a long illness. She was the widow
of Joao Cabral.
A lifelong resident of Sao Miguel, she was a homemaker.
Survivors include two sons, Tiberio Cabral of Dartmouth and Joao
Carlos Cabral of Sao Miguel, and four grandchildren.
Arrangements are in Sao Miguel.
PUYALLUP, Wash. -- Edwin "Charlie" Camacho, 39, died at home
Sunday, Feb. 4, 1996. He was the husband of Laura (Barboza) Camacho and
son of Angelita (Lopez) Camacho of Puyallup, Wash., and the late Arcelio
He was born in Maricoa, Puerto Rico, and live in New Bedford
most of his life before moving to Washington.
He was employed by Young Cape Verdeans Athletic Association of
New Bedford as a bartender and was also employed by Chuck's China Inn of
Mr. Camacho was a member of the Young Cape Verdean Athletic Association.
He was an avid gardener.
Survivors include his widow; a daughter, Christina Lopez of Puyallup;
a stepdaughter, Tracey Barboza of Wareham; two brothers, Jose Camacho and
Louis Camacho, both of Puyallup; three sisters, Wanda Guadalupe of Lakeworth,
Fla., Yolanda Camacho of New Bedford and Zoraida Camacho of Puyallup; a
granddaughter and several nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by the Oakwood Hill Funeral Home, Tacoma, Wash.
Joseph S. D'Elia
LAKEVILLE -- Joseph S. D'Elia, 77, died Tuesday, Feb. 6, 1996,
after a brief illness. He was the husband of Loraine (Bartlett) D'Elia
of 30 years and son of the late Joseph S. and Sylvania (Reis) D'Elia.
He died at the Good Samaritan Hospital Cushing Campus in Brockton.
Born in Middleboro and educated in Middleboro schools, he lived
in Lakeville for 30 years. Prior to living in Lakeville, he lived in Middleboro
and was employed by the U.S. Post Office as a clerk for 30 years until
his retirement in 1978. After serving his country, he was a police officer
for Middleboro prior to the post office.
Mr. D'Elia was in the National Guard from 1938-40, and was a
World War II Army veteran, serving from 1940-45 in Battery "C" 212th Field
Artillery Battalion as a corporal.
He was a member of the Pilgrim Amateur Wireless Association in
Taunton, an active member of The American Legion Post No. 64 in Middleboro
-- where he was past commander -- and also was on the board of Civil Defense
in Lakeville as a radio operator and on the Communications Committee in
He was a ham radio operator, enjoyed working in his yard and
sharp shooting at area gun clubs.
Survivors include his widow; three sons, Joseph S. D'Elia of
Las Vegas, Richard J. D'Elia of Alabama and Paul A. D'Elia of Middleboro;
two stepsons, Brad Letourneau of Rhode Island and James Letourneau of Middleboro;
four grandchildren; an aunt, Emma Gardner of Middleboro; and several nieces
Arrangements are by the Dahlborg-MacNevin Funeral Home, 280 Bedford
D'ELIA -- Feb. 6, Joseph S. D'Elia, age 77 years, of Lakeville; Husband
of Loraine (Bartlett) D'Elia; father of Joseph S., Richard J., and Paul
A. D'Elia; stepfather of Brad & James Letourneau; nephew of Emma Gardner.
A Funeral service will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. in the DAHLBORG-MACNEVIN
FUNERAL HOME 280 Bedford St., Lakeville, Mass. Visitation will take place
on Thursday and Friday 7-9 only. In Lieu of flowers friends wishing memorial
gifts may be given in Joseph's name to a charity of your choice.
Angelina M. Ponte
DARTMOUTH -- Angelina M. (Ventura) Ponte, 88, of South Dartmouth,
formerly of New Bedford, died unexpectedly at home Wednesday, Feb. 7, 1996.
She was widow of Joao Ponte and daughter of the late Manuel and Anna (Moniz)
Born in New Bedford, she lived in the New Bedford area before
moving to South Dartmouth 18 years ago.
She was a communicant of St. Mary's Church.
She was a former volunteer at St. Luke's Hospital, a former member
of Teamsters Local 59 Retirees and a member of the Dartmouth Council on
Survivors include a son, John Ponte of North Dartmouth; a brother,
Manuel Ventura of South Dartmouth; a grandson, John David Ponte and several
nephews and nieces.
She was the sister of the late Virgil Ventura, Carlos Ventura
and Mary Santos.
Arrangements are by the Dartmouth Funeral Home, 230 Russells
Mills Road, South Dartmouth.
PONTE -- Angelina M. (Ventura), age 88, of South Dartmouth, formerly
of New Bedford. Wife of the late Joao Ponte, mother of John Ponte, sister
of Manuel Ventura, Grandmother of John David Ponte, sister of the late
Virgil Ventura, Carlos Ventura & Mary Santos. Funeral Saturday, Feb.
10, 1996, at 8 a.m. from the DARTMOUTH FUNERAL HOME, 230 Russells Mills
Road, SOUTH DARTMOUTH. Followed by a Funeral Mass at 9 am in St. Mary's
Church, Dartmouth Street, South Dartmouth. Relatives and friends invited.
Visiting Hour Friday, 2-4 and 7-9 pm. Burial in St. John's Cemetery, New
Albert S. Baker
MANCHESTER, Conn. -- Albert S. Baker, 66, died at home Saturday,
Jan. 13, 1996. He was the husband of Jane C. Baker and son of the late
Winthrop and Mary Baker.
He was born and raised in South Dartmouth and spent most of his
adult life in Vernon, Conn., helping to raise five children.
He was employed by Aetna Life & Casualty as an insurance
administrator for 30 years in the Group Department
He attended Brown University in Providence, R.I., graduating
in 1951. From 1951 to 1953 he served in the United States Army as an investigator
in the Counterintelligence Corps where he earned the rank of Corporal.
Survivors include his widow; three sons, Kenneth Baker and Thomas
Baker, both of Manchester, Conn., and Stephen Baker of South Windsor, Conn.;
two daughters, Margaret Basch of Ellington, Conn. and Lisa Chasse of Vernon,
Conn.; a brother, Winthrop Baker of Florida, a nephew, two nieces and eight
Arrangements are by the Burke Fortin Funeral Home, Rockville,
GOMES -- In Boston, Jan. 16, 1996, Donald J. Gomes, beloved husband
of Nadeen M. Correia-Gomes of Hyde Park, aged 42 years. Beloved father
of Andre Justino Gomes and Marcus Anthony Gomes. A Memorial Celebration
will be held Feb. 9 at 3 p.m. on the Northeastern University Campus at
the Lell Student Center Ballroom. Relatives and friends are invited to
attend. Refreshments will be served following services at the MacCloud
Suite on campus. A month Minder Mass will be held at Our Lady of the Assumption
Church, 47 S. Sixth St., on March 8 at 7 p.m.
MONDOU -- In Fall River, Feb. 6, Lillian J. Mondou, 60, of New Bedford,
daughter of Eugene and Elsie (Bouley) Mondou. Funeral from THE ROCK FUNERAL
HOME, 1285 Ashley Blvd., Friday at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass at St. Theresa Church
at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Calling hours,
Thursday, 2-4 & 7-9. Interment Sacred Heart Cemetery.
Dolores M. Silva
NEW BEDFORD -- Dolores M. "Cookie" Silva, also known as "Ti Ti-Cookie,"
51, died Wednesday, Feb. 7, 1996, after a brief illness. She was the daughter
of Sylvia Silva of New Bedford.
She died at St. Luke's Hospital.
A lifelong resident of New Bedford, she had attended New Bedford
Vocational High School and was a communicant of Our Lady of the Assumption
She dedicated her life to her family, her cats, and numerous
children she lovingly cared for over the years.
Survivors include her mother; two sisters, Marcia Cruz of Brockton
and Marie Robinson of New Bedford; her grandmother, Maria "Baba" Barros
of New Bedford; two aunts and two uncles; two nephews and several cousins.
Arrangements are by the Saunders-Dwyer Home for Funerals, 495
Laura C. Perry
NEW BEDFORD -- Laura C. (Camara) Perry, 80, of Bluefield Street,
died Wednesday, Feb. 7, 1996, after a brief illness. She was the widow
Manuel Perry Jr. and daughter of the late Manuel and Frances (Farias) Camara.
She died at Morton Hospital, Taunton.
Born in Raynham, she lived in New Bedford for most of her life
and was one of 13 children. She was a communicant of St. John the Baptiste
Church, New Bedford, and employed by a garment manufacturing firm in New
Bedford as a presser until her retirement.
Survivors include a son, Robert M. Perry of Raynham; a brother,
Charles Camara of California; three sisters, Genevieve Sylvia, Celia Camara,
both of Fairhaven, and Stella Camara of New Bedford; two grandchildren;
a great-granddaughter, and several nieces and nephews.
Arrangements are by Ashley Funeral Home, 35 Oak St., Middleboro.
NEW BEDFORD -- Mary (Faber) Barratt, 81, of North Dartmouth,
died unexpectedly Thursday, Feb. 8, 1996. She was the daughter of the late
Edward F. and Mary (Dalton) Faber.
She died at Rose Hawthorn Lathrop Home, Fall River.
Born in New Bedford, she was a lifelong resident of North Dartmouth
and was a communicant of St. Julie Billiart Church. She formerly owned
and operated Mary's Antiques and Lampshades in North Dartmouth for 40 years
and traveled to many antique shows regionally.
Mrs. Barratt was a graduate of both Dartmouth High School and
New Bedford Vocational and attended the Swain School of Design. She trained
as an LPN at St. Luke's Hospital and was a notary public.
She was well known as a talented artist, making draperies, slipcovers,
silk and parchment lampshades and built stonewalls.
Survivors include a daughter, Sheila T. de Buren; a son, Paul
N. Barratt; a brother, Joseph Faber; four grandsons, Nicholas, Matthew,
Jonathan and Derek Barratt; several nieces and nephews and several great
nieces and great nephews.
Arrangements are by Austin-Carney Funeral Home, 549 County St.