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30 : OAPE'GAZ l,ridayvSelStembei'27'-Oertbb6r 1!t96 Obituaries Dr. Joseph A. Shields Jr., orthopedic surgeon Dr, Joseph A. Shields Jr., age 59, of Ketchikan, Alaska, died Friday, Sept. 20, 1996, when his private plane crashed in Alaska. Dr. Shields, who learned to fly having served in the U.S. Navy as a flight surgeon, was an orthope- dic surgeon who flew his plane in order to reach patients. He was alone at the time of the accident. Prior to Alaska, Dr. Shields lived in Panama City for several years, where he also practiced medicine. He completed his undergradu- ate work at Jefferson University and received his medical degree from Johns Hopkins University. He is survived by his parents, Joseph A. and Mildred (Billie) Shields of Rehoboth Beach; three sons, Matthew of Washington State and Andrew and Jacob of Anchorage, Ala.; a daughter, Rachel of Anchorage; and a sister, Susan of Arizona. Complete Insurance Protection Walter S. "Reds" Allen, textile worker Walter S. "Reds" Allen, age 88, of Rehoboth Beach died Sunday, Sept. 22, 1996 of heart failure at Beebe Medical Center in Lewes. Mr. Allen, originally from Elli- cott City, Md., worked for many years as a textile worker with W. J.. Dickey & Sons of Della, Md. Mr. Allen is survived by his wife, Anna Frey Allen; two sons, Charles L. Allen of Rehoboth Beach and S. Jerome Allen of Wilmington; one daughter, Bernadette C. Allen, of Pasadena, Md.; two half-brothers, John Rest of Della, Md. and Eugene Rest of Millers, Md.; and a half-sister, Vi- olet Edley of California. Services and burial were pri- vate. Contributions are suggested to the Milford Rehabilitation Cen- ter, c/o Milford Memorial Hospi- tal, P,O. Box 199, Milford, De. 19963. Charles James Haydt, square dance tourer Charles "Charlie" James Haydt, age 72, of Long Neck and former- ly of Allentown, Pa., died Satur- day, Sept. 21, 1996 of heart failure at Beebe Medical Center. Mr. Haydt was born in Cher- ryville, Pa. and after graduation from Northampton High School, he served in World War II in the 335th Army Air Forces Unit in Europe. After the war he worked as a truck driver for York Motors Express and later became a sales representative for Hall's Motors and Tiger International of Allen- town. During the 1950s and 1960s, Mr. Haydt and his wife toured with Earl Keller's country band and won the Pennsylvania State Square Dancing Champi- onship as members of Keller's square dancing group known as the Promenaders. He also served as president of the Lehigh Valley Traffic Club prior to his retire- ment in 1984. He and his wife Jean are well known on the Del- marva Peninsula for their arts, crafts, and especially for his macrame chairs. Mr. Haydt is survived by his wife of 35 years, Jean Troxell Haydt; a son, Charles J. Haydt Jr., of Sterling, Va.; one granddaugh- ter, one sister, Pauline of Walnut- port, Pa.; and two brothers, Roy of Florida; and Harvey of Bow- manstown, Pa. Funeral services were held at the chapel of Melson Funeral Ser- vices, Long Neck. Graveside ser- vices were held at the Greenwood Cemetery in Allentown, Pa. Friday, Sept. 20, 1996, of conges- tive heart failure. Mr. Kraushaar was born in Bal- timore and was a veteran of World Cad E. Kraushaar, truck driver Carl E. Kraushaar, age 81, of rural Frankford, and formerly of Baltimore, died at his home on " Printed T-Shirts & Sportswear Geoff Vernon is now in independent operation as Artwork  Logo Design Quick Service " Quality Work Reasonable Prices 227-0449 War II, serving as a sergeant with the 524th Military Police Battal- ion of the U.S. Army in the battles of Ardennes, Rhineland and Cen- tral Europe. After the war he was a truck driver for Anchor Motor Freight for 42 years, retiring in 1977. He was a member of V.F.W. Mason-Dixon Post #7234 at Quillen's Point in Ocean View and American Legion Post #166 of Ocean City, Md. He is survived by his wife of 40 years, G. Teresa Kraushaar; a daughter, Carla D. Byrd and her fianc6, Daniel E. Breau of Bethany Beach; two sons, Steven P. Kraushaar of Ocean View and Carl E. Kraushaar Jr. and his wife Betsy of Norwalk, Conn. Funeral services were private. Contributions are suggested to the Roxana Volunteer Fire Company, P.O. Box 420, Frankford, DE 19945. Ethel E. Quillen, secretary for DNREC Ethel E. Quillen, age 75, of Roxana, died of cancer Friday, Sept. 20, 1996 at the Lewes Con- valescent Center. Mrs. Quillen was a secretary for the state Department of Natural Resources for 20 years before re- tiring in 1981. She was past presi- dent of the United Methodist Church Women, Roxana and a charter membership of the Ladies Auxiliary for the Roxana Volun- teer Fire Company. She is survived by her husband, Nelson Quillen, sons Ronald N. of Seaford and Allan B. "Burt" of Roxana; daughter Linda Flood of Salisbury, Md.; brother Robert Charnock of Quantico, Md.; sister Audrey E. Jack of Lewes; five grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Services were held Tuesday, Sept. 24 at Hastings Funeral Home in Selbyville with burial in Roxana Cemetery. Contributions may be sent to Roxana United Methodist Church Building Fund or the Roxana Volunteer Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary. Alden F. Bland, addiction counselor Alden F. Bland, age 30, of Sel- byville, died Monday, Sept. 16, 1996 at the Graduate Hospital of Philadelphia of a rare blood disor- der. Mr. Bland was born in Lewes, the son of Floyd Westcott of Sel- byville and Addie Bland of Re- hoboth Beach. He was a habilita- tion-rehabilitation specialist II ad- diction counselor for the State of Delaware at the Ellendale Detox Center in Ellendale, for the past five years. Mr. Bland was a member of the Dagsboro English Congregation of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, Dagsboro. 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