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'frO - ILYAPE" GAZETTE,'FHda,'tYtily3"? J'uly 9, /99B Obituaries Continued from page 29 Oak, died Friday, June 26, 1998, in Forwood Manor, Brandywine Hundred. Mr. Smith was a machine oper- ator for 32 years at Continental Can Co., Wilmington, retiring in 1971. He was a World War II U.S. Army veteran, and received the Purple Heart. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ida M. Smith, in January. He is survived by his daughter, Carol A. Marroni of Claymont; a brother, Carl of Rehoboth Beach; a sister, Catherine Thomas of Bellefonte; four grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Services were held at McCrery Memorial Funeral Home, Wilm- ington, with burial private. Contributions are suggested to Compassionate Care Hospice, Newark, DE 19702. Clarence 'Bud' Kell Jr., RR lantern authority Clarence Martin "Bud" Kell Jr., 6 I, of" Lewes and formerly of Ma- rietta, Pa., died Saturday, June 27, 1998, of heart failure at Beebe Medical Center. Mr. Kell was co-owner of Key- stone Marketing Research & Con- sulting since 1975. He formerly worked in the banking industry and was active in many civic groups in the Harrisburg area. He served in the U.S, Navy, in submarine duty, during the Kore- an War, from 1955 to 1959. Mr. Kell resided at the Woods on Herring Creek, where he was serving on the Homeowners Asso- ciation board of directors. He was a member of the ARC, Rules, and Building & Maintenance commit- tees. He was a member of Con- ley's Chapel United Methodist Church, where he served on the administrative council. He was a member of the Millersburg Mason Lodge & Con- sistory, a member of the American Legion, Key Lock & Lantern, PRR and Technical Society and National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors. He was the author of "Railroad Lanterns: An Easy to Use Buying Guide." At one time, he bad a col- lection of more than 600 railroad lanterns, and was listed in "Kov- el's" as an authority on railroad lanterns. He was well known in railroad collecting circles. He was a faithful administrator for his mother, aunt and great- cousin. He is survived by his wife, Janet Gebhard Kell of Lewes; his moth- er, Martha Irene Miller of Colum- bia, Pa.; a son, Andrew M. Kell of Marysville, Pa.; a granddaughter, Amanda L. Kell of Halifax, Pa.; an aunt, Mary Miller Lengle of Mechanicsburg, Pa.; four nephews; and one niece. Services were held at Conley's 1 8O9 414.5200 Haveg blast on the Bay this July See the 'rockets' red glare' and 'bombs bursting in air' from a unique point-of-view, Friday night, July 3rd. The Cape May- Lewes Ferry invites you to spend the evening aboard the MV Twin Capes. See an incredible fireworks display and dance to the music of "System T' on the deck of the Ferry--in the middle of Delaware Bay! Tickets available on a first-come, first-served basis. Reserve yours in advance by calling 1-800-64-FERRY. T C K Adults $ 20 Kids 12 and under$ I0 C H D U Boarding time 8:15 p.m. Call (302) 644-6030 [or more in[ormation. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Coolers and carry-on beverages are not permit- ted aboard the vessel. (sailing [rom the Lewes Terminal) Departure time 8:30 p.m. Fireworks begin approx. 9:30 p.m. Return time I1:00 p.m. FERRY Chapel Methodist Church, with burial in the adjoiningchurchyard with Masonic services. Contributions are suggested to Conley's Chapel new building fund. Arrangements by Parsell Fu- neral Homes & Crematorium. Richard A. Haber, civil engineer Richard A. Haber, 83, of Lewes, formerly of Dover, died Wednes- day, June 24, 1998, at home. A Wilmington native and grad- uate of the University of Delaware, Mr. Haber had a distin- guished 60-year career as a pro- fessional civil engineer. He rose to chief highway designer in 1941, also working on the design and construction of Delaware Park. Continued on page 31 Rt. 24 - 314 Main St. Millsboro (302) 934-8009 ..,o.. Bridal GOWNS ,so to ,3oo z00argazp.s OFF! BRIDESMAIDS Discontinued Samples 1/2 PRICE! Z MOM'S DRESSES & GOWNS 10% to 50% OFF[ SELECTED SHOES 40% OFF! Invitations 10%-30% OFF! n Sale Starts July 7th iiiiiiiiiiii!ii!!!!ii!!ii!!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii|iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!ii!ii!!!!ii!!!ii!!iii!i If you've ever been without air conditioning or hot water, for even a few days, you're going to love our =Same Day Promise." If we have to replace either your central air conditioning system or water heater, we'll do it the same day or you'll spend a night in a hotel, free of charge (limit $100 W night). We keep our "Same Day Promise" or your overnight in a hotel is on usi conectiv Services Call 1-800-474-5200 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week. Air Conditioning. Heating. Plumbing. Indoor Air Quality MD 14"./ LKem Nm'nber 01..t15; MD  L  I s4J