The Post-Standard from Syracuse, New York on January 24, 1967 · Page 11
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DEATHS BRAKEMAN C. Jfe-ak emsji, ftwroerlr tf RD i , a y - - v " Jiln - »· 1SOT - s «r- «· *" ^1° **"· Jwk Braketnan, C»t- a. and Robert B r a f c o m a n . Penn.: a dalightfr, Mrs. Mary SpauWtoff of Mar- JMta, N. Y.; ftltia Brandchlldien. Pwwr- al serrtcM «m b« held Thured«r 3 p.m. at tlte williawis Funeral Home, Cicero. Burial QskHowi Cemetery. Friends call Thursday ]J to 3 pin H'1U,1A.11S FUNEIWL HO^IE Miss Hilda Rees Dies at 71; Was Aide to SU Executives BUDJAC Jot,eili A. Budjac, of Ml Marlbcroueh nd . Jan. as, 1957, Surviving ture t^o bnth(Ti, Fisnt A and Stephen Budjsc; ft siMei, Mn. Stella Shuha «nd several nieces rend nephciii SeriJees Wednesday t !ft a in , Donald W KnljsM Funeral Home, JOS court St , and 10 atn. la As- bii:np;ion C h u r c t i . liurial AsiOUiptlon C«netcry Friends «cy call at ttie fu- nomt. Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 DO-VACJ) W, KXIGIIT BURGHARD Jacob W BurBbATft. formerly at 125 Kei'Mftod Ave entered unto r«t January 21, IW7. He is sin-lived by too .JOJLJ. Cienrp: end John Burshard: a daughter, Mrj, Steven Wiley! fhe great-grinde]lldr«n; several nieces and iwphsws. Serdees Wednesday 8 39 am. Irom Cane Memorial Chapel. 1W Fordham Rd. Kt Te»!! Ave . As«ttnpUon Church, 9 u r n , burll In Assumption Cemetery Friends may coll at the funeral chapel Tuesday 2 to -1 tmd 7 to 3 P m G\NG MEMORIAL DANQUER Mis Hniel R D u o q u e r , 77, of l o n n Line Rd, C. SjTSCUse. Jiui 13*7 Sunived by her husband, Cli p Daoquer. three eont, diaries B of S y r a c u s e Francis R. and Eugene J DPJiqucr of £. Syracuse; a daughter. Mri owree j Rush or E. Syracuse; 10 ffrimdchlldren: a freat-ftnnddflushter, a b-other, Russell J Button. Funeral umice Seliuroselier-Wlielsr. Bros Fii nersl Home, Wednesday. 8 SO « ai. In Most Holy IWsary Church. 3 a m Interment St Agnes Cemetery Friends may cull at 366 W OnondftEH St, Tuesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 91) m. SCHOMACHER-irnEtAV BKOS. GROESBECK Mr* Marearet R Groesbeck, 20S Melrose Ave , Jan 12 1«7. Survived by Iwr daufifhler^ Mrs Anne E. Cook; » brother, Thomas Tit. RSHly; Brand- (tsusrhfcr, Mn James J, Woodi; a several niecfts and \Veltcr Funeral Home, !649 Jannes S t . find 3 45 a m St JoM tte Evangelist Chtirch Inlerroent Assumption Ceme ifry Friends mill- oali Monday 7 to 9 c m and Tue^dav 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 T ro HELTER FUNERAL BOMB, INC. KINCH Mrs Florence JL Klaeh, formerly of 423 W Kennedy Si, Jfmuirj- 2i, 1S67 Sur- wed by several nieces and oephtus Scnlees at the GreoUeal Funeral Home. Wednesday, 2 put. Rev, Dr. John L KiiiRhl ofti bating I n t e r m e n t Vrjley Cemeterj, Filcids may call at 503 IV Oiondaga St, Tuesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p m GREENLY U* mNERAL HOME, INC Miss Hilda E, Rees, 71, former resident of Syracuse, died in Santa Fc. N.M. Jan, 16, according to word received by friends here. She was secretary to the late Chancellor James R. Day of Syracuse University, Dr. Herbert Shenton. head of the sociology department and Miss J. Winifred Hughes, executive director of the alumni association, during her many years' association with the university. She was a daughter of Joseph H. and Mary A. Rees, an old Syracuse family, and attended Syracuse public schools. She was graduated from Central City Business Institute and studied at Syracuse University. Miss Rees held positions at the City Bank, Gaylord Bros. and New Process Gear Corp, After that she went to work at Syraucse University. In recent years she served under the Board oE National Missions of the Presbyterian Church at Ganado Mission In Arizona, at the Navajo Methodist Mission at Farmington, N.M., and Cook Christian Training School in Arizona. At the time of her death she was a resident of Plaza del Monte, Santa Fe, a retirement home for Presbyterian church workers. Miss Rees was an active member of Park Presbyterian C h u r c h , the Commonweal Club and the Business Girls' Club of' YWCA. A memorial service was conducted in the home Sunday, Survivors include a brother, Herbert J. Rees, 200 Highland St., -Brooksville, Fla.; two nieces, Mrs. Edward P. Cane, Delntar; and Mrs. Clyde M. Maffln of Canandaigua; a cousin, Mrs. Edward Heftron; and four grandnephcws. Contributions may be made directly to Cook Christian Training School, 798 S. Lmdon Lane, Tempe, Ariz. KOHANSKI Iitrs Anr-a Zlemlwi Kolianskt. 57, of 411 Hsrfclmer St, Jan. 22, 3967. Sunn-ing are her husband, John J. K o h a t u k i ; three daughters. Mrs. Jesejfc Lastenr- fit]. Mrs Bruce KntWP acd Mrs Edward Curtis; threa sons John F.. Francis J. and R i c h a r d D-: thr« sisters, Mrs Frank Kotss, MM, Zenon GadorowsH and Mrs Raymord Dolbec; (ftree brothers, Mlchae3, Join and Joseph Zlemtra; end 22 grandchildren! several nieces, neT*«t« and cousins. Funeral services Wednesday 6 30 a d- Bordynstd Funeral Horns. IIOJ W. Gencse* St, and 9 tm. Si Brleid and St. Joseph Church, Interment SRC id H«tri Ceroeterv Friends may call nt the funeral home 2 to 4 and ' R0 3 KJJYN3KI l-LNERAL SCRVICr MARTIN Anna T. Martin. In Mexico N y. Jan it ]%r, nidoir of H«tirr I Martin Sur lived bj t^o sons Francis of Mexico tind Hotinrd of OeRurter, one brother, Willtsm Hieslns of Curler; tiro sl5ters, rjora Truck, St P e t e r s b u r g Jla, Gertrude Whicrple, Jainesvllle lf Funeral s o r 7 1 c e s Thursday Et. Mary's Church, M«Sco at 10 a,m. Burl a! SL Jamej Ceraetrar In the swing Friends may call Tuesdaj and Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p m, at the Gibbs Funeral Home Mexico. H Y. GIBBS FTj-NERAL HO^IE Man, 28, Found Dead Raymond F. Mellon. 2B, of 55C2 Bear Road, was found dead at his home by his wife shortly after 6 p.m. yesterday, according to sheriff's deputies. Deputies said Mellon was found with shotgun wounds ia the head. Onondaga County Medical Examiner Martin F, HUQnger Jr. pronounced Mellon dead at the scene and said an autopsy would be performed today to determine the cause of death. SMITH Georje Kellogg Smith. Jr. Cblttcmungo, Jan. 22, 1967. He was the son or the lute !r. George K Smith. Survived by one brother. Lester Frederick Smith of Indj- anapplls, Indiana. Funeral Wednesday 2 p m , W. I Trier Sons Funeral Some enltteoango. Rev Bertram Roue om ciallns. Burial Oalcwood Cemetery. Syracuse. Calling loUia Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9, ' \V. 1 .TYI^III SONS SPRAGUE Mrs Nancy S Spragua of 7s St, BildirtnjvBlc, Jan, S3, 1967, Sur- iIiM by her husband. Howard Sprague; 8. daughter, Mrs Marcla Hetnzl. a son Whitney Sprague, s brother. Laurence Barnes, two grandsons, and ft nephew. Services at 2 pm. Wednesday at Uic Fall-child and Mewh FuncraJ Chapel. Kev. John C r o s b y officiating Burial Oflfcttood Cemetery Friends may call at SOO W. Onondaga SI, Tuesday Z lo and 7 to 1 p m rURCIIU.D A MCECII INC STROBECK Alonzo B. Strobecfc M. of Tounjt Eosd, Breu-erton, Jan. 21, 1%7 Survitinj: are Ins wife, Mrs Effie Bardlet Strobed:; s Eon, Carl; two daughters, Mrs. Winifred Avery and Mrs. MarJe CoHVns: three brothers Myron. Ernest and Leon Stto- beck, eight rrandehadreu: Clffht grcatcrandehildren: Keicral nieces nnd ne- phcns. Ftmera! services a( Traub Funeral Home, Central Square. Tuesday 2 p m , tlie REV Edwin A. Potter official Ing Interment Union Settlement Cemetery Friends may cajf Monday S to 4 and 7 to 9 p m TRAUB I'tlNERAI, 110MK ISC. TORTORA Raf/nclc (Trto) Torlora. 77. of 01)1 E DfMston. Jan 22, 1967. He Is survived by ctgUt sons, Junes A , AnHiony s,, Frank D, Pitrlct C , Vincent C., Ralph D . Rlehnrd A, and Alex 3, Tortora; a d iv us l i t e r , Mrs Cmmcn Suracej grandchildren: five brothers WKl a sla- ter in Italy. Several nieces and nephews and cousins. Funeral services n.ni be conducted Wednesday S 45 a m nt the Pirro ft Sons Funeral Homo and 9:30 B m in Our Lady of Poropet Church. Interment A s s u m p t i o n Cemetery. Friends may caU At tho funeral home, 514 Turtle at (comer ol Spring S I ) Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm, riKRO A SOS, INC. WELUR Gladys C. Wellcr. (S, Jan. 2t 1167. of Warners K. V.. daushttr or tho late Roy Wcller Survived by tier mother. Mrs Roy Welter: two brothers. Kenneth I, and Robfrt A.: four sisters, Mn Emerson C. Hendrii. Mrs. Elenor Oat tellas, Mrs Harold Vile, Mrs. RIchwd Brootot, Services Wednesday at the B. L Bush ft Sons Funeral Home, 10 Genesee St , CemllSus . Rer. Charles W ACKM7 th. FUNERAL DIRECTORS "BALLWEG LUNSrORD FUTJtRAL ROME, INC. 1612 S SAtlhA 'H09-S5W J.P. BURNS SON, Inc. 651 WBST Phone JOHN G. BUTLER FUNERAL ROMS SIM aoulh Suliim it OR* HUB Callohon-Hanley-Mooney .M M^ A-,"""* ^ HIMI Carter Funeral Home, Inc. Sen-ices for MRS. FLORENCE H. KfNCH, formerly of 425 W.Kennedy SI, mil be at 2 p.m, tomorrow at the Greenleaf Funeral Home, the Rev. Dr. John L, Knight officiating. Burial will be in Valley Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home, 503 W. Onondaga St. Mrs, Kinch died Sunday at the Folts Methodist Home, HerMmer. She was the widow of Harry Kinch. A native of Addison, Ont, she had lived in Syracuse 44 years. She was a member of the First Methodist Church. Liberty Court fi6 of the Order of Amaranth, Central City Chapter 433 OES, and Bethlehem White Shrine 2. Mrs. Kinch is survived by several nieces and nephews. MRS. G E R T R U D E RICHARDS McGEE of 203 Lewiston Drive died Monday at her home. The widow of Judge Levi McGec of San. Francisco, she was a native of Dover, Del., and had resided here 21 years. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Charles I. Ohrenstein, and several nieces and nephews Private graveside services will be at the convenience oE the family in Oakwood Cemetery. Contributions may be made lo the First Church of Christ Scientist, Syracuse There will be no calling hours. G a r f i e 1 d Funeral Home, 515 Wcstcott St., is in- charge of arrangements. MRS. F R A N C E S C. BRAKEMAN. 71, formerly of Clay RD 1, died yesterday in a local nursing home. She was the widow of Harold Brakeman, former owner of City Pattern Co. She was a member of Cicero Community Methodist Church. Surviving are two sons, Jack Brakcman of California and Robert Brakeman of Pennsylvania; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Spaulding of Marietta; nine grandcluldren. Services will be at 3 p.m. Thursday at the Williams Funeral Home, Cicero, the Rev. Gordon W. Knapp officiating. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. Calling hours are noon to 3 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Schumacher-Whelon Bros. FUNERAL HOME G7)S I7K7 1604 Or»m GR4-HS Fairchild Meech, Inc. FtTtnSRAI. CHAPEL t W. Oflor-JMft St ORS-SJW 104 GANG MEMORIAL CHAPEL M. HO34I61 Garfield Funeral Home, Inc. RICHARD K. GARflEUl 515 W«tenlt SI. Greenleaf Funercl Home, Inc SW W OyOSfDAGA 6T ____ R RGRTEMr^AF JR-fMCJjgB DONALD W, KNIGHT St JOHN C. TINDALL Ati HOME 1911 W. aenesea St. EDW. J.WALSH SON CAVENOVIA OL5-8WI1 Welter Funeral Home, fnc. 437-1791 1649 JAMES STREET MONIIMKNTR SWEET-WOODS MEMOKlAb CO Opfcfl 7 $(t?s* Eves rv MAIN ST PHOENIX. N't. Maurer runefal Home St. NORRfS FUNERAL HOME «*»*« PIRftO SONS, Inc. id Varoe st Fraiitr FiMfil Him*, IM, 1217 N, IR JACOB J. GLUMPE, 70. of 106 Glahn Ave. died yesterday at the Veterans Administration Hospital after a long Illness, A life resident of Syracuse, he was a World War I veteran. Mr. Glunipe was a former employe of Syracuse Cold Storage and was a custodian of the Syracuse Board of Education for 20 years prior to retirement in 1963. He was a communicant of St. Anlhony of Padua Church. Surviving are three sons, John J. and James J., both of Worth Syracuse, and Kobert J. Glumpe; seven grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Joseph Tasker and Mrs. Paul A. Hadley. Services will be at 8-30 a.m. Thursday at Lozott Funeral Home. Ill W. Castle St,, and 9 a.m. in St. Anthony of Padua Church, where a high Mass of requiem will be celebrated. Burial will be in St. Agnes Cemetery, Calling hours will be 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 7 lo 9 p m, tomorrow at the funeral home. ROBERT EAUL GILBERT. 13-month-old son of Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Gilbert of 826 Avcry Ave., Solvay, died jes- terday at St. Joseph's Hospital. Besides his parents, he Is survived by a brother, Lawrence John Gilbert Jr.; his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clark of Bald- winsviUe; his paternal grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gilbert of Lakeland, and his maternal great grandfather, Jacob B. Clark of Lakeland. Services will be at 11 a m. tomorrow at Ihe Sagozzi Twins Funeral Home, the Rev. Malcomb Howard of the Belle Isle Methodist Church officiating. Bunal will be in Belie Jsle Cemetery at the convenience of the family. Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m, today at the funeral home, 2601 Milton Ave., Solvay. MRS. NANCTTJ. SPRAGUE of 76 Oswego St., Baldwinsville, died yesterday at Memorial Hospital. Bonn in Syracuse, she had lived in BaSdwmsville many years. She was a member of the First P r e s b y t e r i a n Church, Baldwinsville Surviving are her husband, Howard Sprague; a daughter, Mrs. Marcia Heinlz of Kingham, Mass.; a son, Whitney Sprague of Baldwinsville; a brother, Lawrence Barnes of Fayetteville; two grandsons, and a nephew, Services will be 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Fairchild and Meech Funeral Chapel, 500 W. Onondaga St, the Rev. John Crosby officiating. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. Calling hours will be 2 to 4 and 7 (o 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Services for MRS. ANNA ZIEMBA KOHANSKI, 57, of 411 Ilerkimer St, will be at S:30 a.m. tomorrow at the Bordynski Funeral Home and at 9 a.m. in St. Brigid and St. Joseph Church. She died Sun- day'at State University Hospital. A native Syracusan, she was a communicant of St. Brigid and St. Joseph Church. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Joseph Laskowski, Mrs. Bruce Knapp and Mrs. Edward Curtis; three sons, John F., Francis J. and Richard D. Kohanski; tliree sisters, Mrs. Frank Kotas, Mrs, Zenon Gasiorowski and Mrs. Raymond Dolbec; three brothers, Michael, John and Joseph Ziemba, and 22 grandchildren. Bunal will be in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Calling hours will be from 2 lo 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home, U05 W. Gcncsee St, MRS. HAZEL B. DANQUER, 77, of OW2 Town Line Road, East Syracuse, died yesterday. A life resident of Syracuse, she was a communicant of Most Holy Rosary Church. Surviving arc her husband. Charles R. Danquer; three sons, Charles-R., Francis R. and Eugene J, Danquer; a daughter, Mrs, George J. Rush of East Syracnse; a broher, Russel) J. Button; 10 grand- c h i l d r e n , and a great- granddaughter. Services wiil be at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow at the Schtimacher- Whelan B r o t h e r s Funeral Home, Sftf W. Onondaga St., and 9 a.m, in Mast Holy Rosary ChHffi,. where a solemn rtqmeim Mass win be celebrated. Burial will be in Sf, Agnes'Ceme(e»y. Calling nvmrs will he S! Ifl 4 , anrdt ? frf 9 p\nX lotfar at tt* i hfntraf 3 Arraigned In Burglary At Snowdon Three young men arrested Sunday at the Snowdon Apartments, 400 James St., were arraigned yesterday in City Court, They were charged with third degree burglary. Police identified them as Custis L. Ball, 21, of 534 Cedar St.; James Springle Jr., 2G, of 1121 E. Fayette St., and Jackie L. Moore, 21, of 905 E. Fayette St. They will reappear in court Feb. 3. Ball and Moore were released on $3,500 bail each. Springle was held without bail. Police arrested the trio after a tenant said lie spotted them and said he saw one break a rear door on the apartment building, M o o r e and Springle were in a storage area, police said. Burglars Take $2,800 in Loot THE POST-STANDARD. Jan. 24, 1967 1 1 Rock Taps Mawhinney . . . ».· -- · H 1 I -.1 I U » f _ n « ' ! l « . ' ! l L ^ 4 r f+.t f l f l l JAMES F. MCDONALD, 52, of 209 South Ave., died yesterday at his home after a short illness. He is survived by a brother, Josep'h McDonald, ' Services will be at 8:15 a.m. tomorrow at the John G, Butler Funeral Home and at S a m, in S.t Lucy's Church, Burial will be in St, Mary's Cemetery. Pnends may call 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home, 21MS SalmaSt. A thief broke Into Fehlman's Aulo Service, 101 Leo Ave., Town of DeWilt, sometime Sunday or yesterday and took more than $2,800 worlh of equipment and cash, according to Lt. Robert Ashmorc of tile sheriff's department. Herman Fehlman, owner of the station, told Ashmore the incident happened between 7 30 p.m Sunday and 7 a.m. yesterday when Fehlman discovered a window on the south side of the building had been broken. According to Ashmore, the thief entered through the window, ransacked the office, a storase area and a closet and left through the broken window. Among the missing items were 100 boxes of spark plugs worth $1,000. 50 boxes of tlier- mosats valued at $150 and three boxes of directional signals, Ashmore said. Fehlman also said an adding machine, a movie camera, 19 New York State inspection stickers, an acetylene torch and an unknown amount of cash were missing Lt Ashmore reported an- PKOMOTED IN ROTC Three Syracuse area juniors at St. Bonavcnture University have been promoted to cadet master sergeant in the university's ROTC program. They are Thomas J. Biviano, 112 Spruce Tree Lane; Patrick A. McGuire, ,101 Burnet Park Drive, and Dennis J. Sheehan, 2 Finch Path. Liverpool. other burglary and theft at Kon's Atlantic Service, Taft and Krtnscher Roads, Town of Cicero, between 6 p.m. Sunday ami 8 a.m. yesterday. In that incident, the thief made off with $250 in cash and two standard shift, four-speed automobile transmissions each weighing 50 pounds. Ashmore said entry was made through a window pried open on the north side of tite- buildmg. The thief left through a garage door. Fire Alarms Among the calls answered by city firemen yesterday were the following: 7:31 a.m., 701 N. Salina St., fainting spell. 8:06 a.m., 172 P a r k w a y Drive, furnace motor. 11:47 a.m,, 1001 Wolf St., sprinkler pipe. 12:23 p.m., 648 Cumberland Ave., hand caught In garage door. 12:37 p,m., 1B19 South Ave., wall casing and water heater. 1:25 p.m., 151 Luddiogton St., fell at home. 2 p.m., 1109 Euclid Ave., clothes, rugs, stairway, 3:51 p.m., 235 Harrison St., gas hose, wires and paint. 5:03 p.m., 3000 Eric Blvd. E,, wiring in car. 5:39 p.m., 521 W. Faycltc St., difficulty breathing. 7:28 p.m., Percy Hughes School, receiver off hook, 7:40 p.m., 110 Hawthorne St., shed attached to home. Special to The Post-Standard ALBANY -- Donald M. Mawhinney Jr., of 330 Rugby Road, Syracuse, lias been designated by Gov. Rockefeller as chairman of the Old Eric Canal Park Study Committee. Mawhinney succeeds Dean Eric Faiyic of Syracuse University, who has rcbignod as chairman of the committee but will continue to be a member of it. The committee is studying the feasibility of developing a !trip state park along (lie eld Erie Canal channel from a point near Syracuse to a site near Rome. BAPP HEADS PLANNERS Dr. Marvin A. 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