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rooms. "We didn't make any headway on it at all for 20 minutes." Seiberlich reported. Fire officials said de- partment officials said they feared the flames, which were licking along the hallways, would reach the stairwell or the elevator shafts and spread to other floors. "It could have been a real : disaster," Webber remarked today. Amato said this morning that) most of the occupants on the first five floors had returned to their rooms. Obituary high Funeral for Mrs. Barash williance s be Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Temple Sholom, and burial will be at Brookside Cemetery. There will be no visitation. The law firm of Barash and StoerzLach will jeans, be closed all day Tuesday. The family said memorials may be made to the Dora Barash Fund or to the American Cancer Society. The former Rosalyne J. Silver was born Feb. 7, 1910, in Chicago, and had lived in Galesburg since 1937. She attended Northwestern University, was graduated from the University a and stiff re-election of Wisconsin and wa^ affiliated (XT with Alpha Epsilon Phi Soror-(National ity. She married Burrel b- Barash in Chicago on July 13, 1937. Surviving with him are two sons, Barry M. of Galesburg and Anthony H. of Pacific Palisades, Calif.; a brother, Irving Silver of Racine, Wis., and five grandchildren. Mrs. Barash owned and operated Doyle's Gift Shop here for and the any using Americans - „ en-| tage Uo W lt * 1 tJ L E t was a past president of the an to- about 20 years. She was a mem-!Percy ber of Temple Sholom and Cot-Jtional Guild, and shejered Council of Jewish Women.