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p. W. Buf- II, 'Saturday R. at JOSEPH KRAPE NAPLES--Funeral services were held this morning for Joseph Krape, 74, of Naples, who tied Friday (Sept. 25, 1953) at his on Elizabeth Street. He had been ill for a lovg A retired secondhand furniture dealer, Krape was found i!sad a .32 caliber pistol near the Dr. P. James English, Ontario County coroner, issued a verdict suicide. Survivors include B' sister, Mrs. Mary Reams of Corning; tv.o thers, William Krape of Wendling, Ore., and Philip Krape ot Naples. Burial-was in Rose RidÂ£,e Cemetery. The Rev. Henry Ble^c Januarius Church officatcd at funeral.