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28 - CAPE GAZETI, Friday, Obituaries Continued from page 27 Carrow Jr. of South Auburn, Wash.; four brothers, Angelo Morelli of Marmora, N.J., Vincent More!li of Pleasantville, N.J., An- thony Morelli of Brookhaven, Pa. and John Morelli of Broomall, Pa.; three sisters, Mary Berg of Havertown, Pa., Louise DeMarco of Ocean View, N.J. and Rita Panichelli of Sea Isle City, N.J.; and five grandchildren. INTRODUCING THE AMTRAK EXPLORE AMERICA FARE Services were held at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Dover, with burial in Lakeside Cemetery, Dover. Contributions are suggested to American Diabetes Society, 110 S. Front St., Suite 200, Wilming- ton DE 19801. Mollie Johnson, homemaker Mollie Johnson, age 92, of Mil- ton, died Sunday, March 31, 1996 of heart failure. Mrs. Johnson was the daughter of the late William and Anna Sharp. She' was a homemaker and a member of the Milton Senior Cen- ter. Her husband, John Thomas Johnson, died in 1971. She is survived by two sons, El- wood W. Johnson of Milton and Paul D. Johnson of Seaford; five grandchildren; six great-grand- children; and a great-great-grand- child. Graveside services were held at Odd Fellows Cemetery, Milton. Contributions are suggested to Milton Fire Department or South- ern Delaware Hospice, George- town. Arrangements were made by Short Funeral Services, Milton. Alfred R. LindsayJr., retired teacher Alfred R. Lindsay Jr., age 77, of Greenwood and formerly of Mil- ton, died Monday, April 1, 1996 at home of complications from a stroke. Mr. Lindsay, a teacher for 38 years, taught in Aspinwall and Fox Chapel area high schools, both in Pittsburgh, where he coached basketball and football. An accomplished pianist, he once accompanied Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He is survived by his wife of 44 years, Gladys M. McCready Lind- say, also of Country Rest Home in Greenwood; and two sons, Dou- glas M. of Milton, with whom he had lived, and Kevin R. of Pitts- burgh. Services were held at Short Fu- neral Services, Milton, with burial in St. John's Cemetery, George- town. Contributions are suggested to the Country Rest Home, Green- wood. April 5 - April U, 1996 William H. Handloser, retired Cannon worker William H. Handloser, age 76, of Bridgeville, died Sunday, March 31, 1996 of heart failure at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital in Seaford. Mr..Handloser worked at H.P. Cannon and Sons for 30 years be- fore retiring in 1980 due to poor health. He served in the U.S. Army Air Forces and was a veteran of World War II. He and his wife operated Jo-Bill Kennels and he was an avid gar- dener. He was a member and past pres- ident of Nanticoke Ruritan Chap- ter and a member of Wesley Unit- ed Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Mary Jo Little Handloser; three daughters, Phyllis Donovan of Lewes, Peggy Martinez and Donna Seabrease, both of Bridgeville; two sisters, Violet Williamson of Bridgeville and Rose Handloser of Frederica; six grandchildren; and six great- grandchildren. Services were held at Fleis- chauer Funeral Home, Green- wood, with burial in St. John- stown Cemetery, Greenwood. Selma G. Schulze, retired layout operator Selma G. "Thelma" Schulze, age 82, of Temple, Pa., died Tues- day, April 2, 1996, at her resi- dence. Born in Philadelphia, the daughter of the late Paul M. and Rosie E. Schulze, Mrs. Schulze was a layout operator for the for- mer Western Electric (AT&T) for 24 years, retiring in 1976. She is survived by a daughter, Patricia J., the widow of Harold R. Smith of Georgetown. Memorial services will be held at the convenience of the family at Lewes Presbyterian Church. Arrangements were made by Bean Funeral Home, Schillington, Pa. Anna Mae Jester, retired seamstress Anna Mae Jester, age 85, of Georgetown, died Monday, April 1, 1996 of heart failure in Nanti- coke Memorial Hospital, Seaford. Mrs. Jester was a seamstress for Henry Graves Garment Factory and a homemaker. She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star No. 9, George- town; and a member of Grace United Methodist Church. She is survived by her husband of 63 years, Theodore "Dorey" Jester; a sister, Emma Wilson of Milton; and several nieces and nephews. Services will be held at 1 p.m., Friday, in the Chapel of Short Fu- neral Services, East Market St., Georgetown, with burial in Union Cemetery, Georgetown. Contributions are suggested to Grace United Methodist Church, Georgetown DE 19947. Cases of uncontested divorces granted on Feb. 8 by Judge Ken- neth Millman in Sussex County: Deborah A. O'Donnell vs. Kevin P. O'Donnell Lloyd A. Tillman vs. Dawn M. Tillman William T. Grimes vs. Mary A. Grimes Ellison B. Skidmore vs. Anne Skidmore Mary E. 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