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M. J. Caulfield, Former Mayor, Dead at 70 ALMONESSON - Mart J. Caul-j Caul-j Caul-j field, 70, mayor of Dcptford Township Township from 1928 to 1955 and former sealer of weights and measures for Gloucester County, died yesterday yesterday in the office of a Cherry Hill physician. Mr. Caulfield was a Gloucester County freeholder from 1930 to 1943; a past president of the New Jersey State Weights and Meas ures Association; an Army ve-eran ve-eran ve-eran of World War I and member member of the Arthur J. Holeton Post, American Legion, Wenonah. Also a trustee of St. Agnes' Church, Blackwood Terrace; member of the Holy Name Society; Society; Woodbury Council 1994 and Bishop Eustace Council 4th Degree, Degree, Knights of Columbus; Almo-nesson Almo-nesson Almo-nesson Lake Fire Company; Deptford Township Exempt Firemen's Firemen's Association; director, Wenonah Wenonah Building and Loan Association; Association; Deptford Township Republican Republican Club. Surviving are his wife, Anna P.; two sons, Martin F. of Almones-son Almones-son Almones-son and Charles P. of the Virgin Islands; three brothers, Michael and James of Philadelphia and Joseph of Seaside Park; two sisters, sisters, Mary and Helen of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, and six grandchildren. Friends will meet Tuesday at 9 a.m. in the McCann Funeral Home, 122 W. Church st., Blackwood. Blackwood. Solemn requiem Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. in St. Agnes' Church, Blackwood Terrace. Terrace. There will be a viewing in the funeral home Monday night. Burial will be in New St. Mary's Cemetery, Bellmawr.