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sumption cemetery. HERMAN F. STAATS, 85, of 4 First st.. Camillus, died yesterday morning at his home after a lonfi illness. He was born in Germany and has been a resident of Camillus for 43 years. He was formerly employed by the Camillus Cutlery Mr. Staats is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Helen Kessel of Camillus, Mrs. .Tamo* DeSpirito of!. Solvay and Miss Antonio Stants East Orange. N. J.; four sons. . . fl , E. of Camillus, FnU W. Â«* i t o | e wood, Herman. Jr.. of T* i_ *r - . ^ i n*Â«., c ? 4 A A i . A J C*, r t*^ 'Â·'C Ltxtt-Ul Beach. Va., and Max Staats of A cuse: 10 ErandchildrRji and 10 great- grandchildren. Funeral services will be heM at ) . A( i the B. L. Bush Sons funeral home. Camillus. at 2 p. m. Wednesday. the Rev, Fred C. Ellerman o ciating. Interment w i l l be in Â·wood cemetery, Camillus. Friends may call f r n m 7 to 9 p. m. and from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. tomorrow.