Werner Woehlk obit
Services Tuesday. For W. Woehlk is MlLFORD--Services. (or Wer ner Woehlk, 59, of 311 West ave- owner and president of the Milford Screw"Ma"nbfaciInng com pany ana. ™ymancs, inc., who died Saturday, will take place Tuesday at 11 a.m. in the George J. Smith and Son funeral home, 135 Broad street, with the Rev. L. Alden Erlandson, pastor of Trinity Lutheran church, officiating.' Burwin . oe in Kings highway cemetery. Born in Germany, Mr. Woehlk had lived in the United States 40 years and Milford 37 years He was a former member of the Board of Finance of the City of Kiuiord. S-jr-ivcrs are his wife. Mrs Mae Seiden Woehlk; a daughter Mrs. Franklin Dowski of Oran2e: two brothers. Heinz Woehlk o Milford and Helmut Woehlk of West Berlin, Germany; a sister, Mrs. Liddy Sammet of the Bronx N.Y. and three grandchildren.