W.H. Cochran, Typewriter Specialist, Dies William Henry Cochran Sr., 73. 1811 Heitersboro Rd., Halfway, Halfway, died at 2 a.m. on Saturday Saturday at the Washington County Hospital after an illness of several several days. Hi was born and reared in Baltimore and was son of the late Jessie A. and Clara H. (Evers) Cochran. He h;:d lived in Hagerstown since 111 1 was the owner and operator operator of Cochran Typewriter Service Service for the past 57 years. He w a s a member of St. Paul's' Methodist C h u r c h a B.P.O. Elks, No. 378, He is survived by daughter, ' Mrs. Lucille Dieterich, Hagerstown, Hagerstown, son, William H. Cochran 19 Broadway, Hagerstown,! brother, Walter Cochran. sis-11 ters. Mrs. Florence B y Mrs. Lillian Getz. Mrs. Grace A Iniire. al! of Baltimore, eight grandchildren also survive. j Funeral services will be ducted at Kouzer Funeral on Tuesday at 10 a.m. with 1 Rev. Norman Van Brunt. D l officiating with burial in Hose 1 Hill Cemetery. JHagcr Jr.. Friends may call at the home on Monday evening from;, r , 7 *Â«Â·, o i* 1 " Â«Â«a LdUglll 111 Â« wm conduct memorial services at the funer- al home on Monday at 8 p.m.