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. He interned at Philadelphia General General Hospital and after the war did his residency at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota and at Philadelphia General General Hospital. He served 25 yean at Philadelphia General as assistant chief of radiology in charge of training training residents and technicians. Dr. Finkolman was an officer of the Blockley Radiological Society and a fellow of the American College of Radiology. He also was a former instructor instructor in radiological techniques at the University of Pennsylvania. Survivors: wife, Marilyn; sons, Michael and Richard, and two brothers. brothers. Services: 11 a.m. Monday, Joseph Levine & Son, 7112 N. Broad St. ' Howard Trouts, 76, retired manager manager of the school division of Pen-Del Pen-Del Pen-Del Coach Lines, died of a heart attack Thursday in Nazareth Hospital. He lived in Northeast Philadelphia. For many years Mr. Trouts, a native Philadelphlan, operated a wholesale produce business. He joined Pen-Del Pen-Del Pen-Del in 1964 as a supervisor and advanced to the position of manager a few years later. Before retiring in 1976, Mr. Trouts was responsible for the daily transportation of thousands of public, parochial and private school students in Philadelphia and the suburbs. Mr. Trouts was a demolition expert in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in World War II. As an amateur boxer he won acclaim for his bouts while in the Army and regionally after returning returning to civilian life. He also was a member of American Legion Post 810 in Bustleton. Survivors: wife, Helen; daughter, Carole Ann Santillo, two sisters and a brother. :. ; Services: viewing, 7-9 7-9 7-9 p.m. Monday at Burns Funeral Home, 9708 Frank-ford Frank-ford Frank-ford Ave. Requiem Mass, 10 a.m. Tuesday Tuesday at St. Katherine of Siena Church, Frankford and Grant Avenues. v Joseph M. Toll, 73, a hotel owner in Atlantic City for more than 50 years, died Thursday in West Palm Beach, Fla. He had residences in both Palm Beach, Fla., and Margate, N J. Mr. Toll, who retired from the hotel business five years ago, was a graduate of Temple University and its law school. He was a member of the Lynnwood Country Club, Lyn-nwood, Lyn-nwood, Lyn-nwood, NJ., and the Breakers Golf Club, Palm Beach, Fla. He also was a member of Beth Judah Synagogue in Ventnor, N.J. . ' Survivors: wife, Evelyn; son, Rich- Rich- ard; daughter, Barbara, a brother and a sister. Services: graveside, noon Monday, Roosevelt Memorial Park, Trevose, Pa. Herman Kovnat, 65, a partner in Kovnat Men's Shoppe. a Philadelphia business for over 50 years, died Friday Friday at Graduate Hospital. He lived in BalaCynwyd. Mr. Kovnat. was a member of the Cardoza Lodge of Brith Sholom. a mason in the Rising Star Lodge 126 and a member of the Main Line Reform Reform Temple Beth Elohim. Survivors: wife, Rita; daughter, Karen Tucker, a grandson and a brother.. Services: 12:30 p.m. Monday, Main Line Reform Temple Beth Elohim, 410 Montgomery Ave., Wynnewood. : :

Clipped from The Philadelphia Inquirer11 Apr 1982, SunMain EditionPage 23

The Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)11 Apr 1982, SunMain EditionPage 23
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