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Monday, June 9, 1958
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-MONDAY, JUNE 9, 1958 THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR- PAGE 12 nnmuniEs Ma). Henderson Cagle Rites To Be Tuesday FLOOR TILES INDIANA'S LARGEST SELECTION FROM EACH Hoosltr Paint t Linoleum 311 f. Wah. St. Ml S-I31S Funeral services for Maj Henderson Cagle, 42 years old, Jones, are foour sons, Maurice; E. Tudor of Winter Park, Fla., Horace H. Tudor and Howard F. Tudor, both of Indianapolis, and William Wallace Tudor of Chicago, and six grandchildren. -. - - . For lower cost results rely on STAR and NEWS Quick-Action WANT ADS MElrose 8-2411. Posey T. Kime Dies; Ex-Appellate Judge Indianapolis, who was killed Dr. Kirtley Dies; Rites Wednesday Dr. Lewis Wallace Kirtley, 87 years old, dentist and business leader, died yesterday in Tuesday in an airplane crash at Travis Air Force Base, Cal., STAR md NEWS Quick-Action WANT ADS Get fist Results will be held at 11 a.m. Tues Posev T. Kime, a former day in Flanner and Buchanan Fall Creek Mortuary. Burial judge of the Indiana Appellate Mrs. Addie Tudor Mrs. Addie Tudor, 79 years old, died yesterday in a nursing home after a long illness. Before her illness she had made her home with a daughter, Mrsv Esther Jones, at 201 North Rural Street. A native of Monrovia, Mrs, Tudor was the widow of Jason W. Tudor. She was a member of the Mooresville Christian Church and at one time was active in church circles at Mooresville and Monrovia. Funeral services will be held in the Monrovia Christian Church at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in West Union Cemetery near Monrovia. Friends may call at the Harvey Funeral Home in Moores Court and for many years a will be in Crown Hill ' Tuchmmn't tot Una Art in fur Storaf. Justice Department lawyer at Raymond Parham Raymond Parham, 47 years old, .3328 Prospect Street, an Indianapolis barber 27 years, died yesterday in his home. A lifelong resident of Indianapolis, Mr. Parham was a member of Garfield Baptist Church. Funeral services wilt be at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Willis Mortuary Chapel, followed by cremation. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Eddie L. Parham; his father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Parham; a daughter, Mrs. Betty Amos of Gary, a sister, Mrs. Lillie M. Brown of Indianapolis; two brothers, Isom and Lee R. Parham, both of. Indianapolis, and three grandchildren. his home, 202 West Hampton Maj. Cagle had been sta Washington, died yesterday at the National Institute of Drive. tioned with the United States Health where he had been Dr. Kirtley was born near hospitalized since February. Air Force in Japan. Walter J. Kirsch Franklin. A graduate of Indiana Dental Colleee. he nrae- He was 62 years old. Kime was elected to the Appellate Court in 1930 at the age of 35 and was re-elected in 1934. MR. KIME, a Democrat, helped prosecute some of the top anti-trust cases and spent a year in Japan after World War II to help draft an antitrust code for that country. He first went to Washington in 1938 to serve as a staff attorney for the Federal Power Commission. Since 1952 Mr. Kime had been in the Justice Department's anti-subversive A native of Petersburg, Mr. Walter J. Kirsch, 80 years ticed at Lebanon 31 years. He had lived and practiced in Indianapolis for 28 years. old. 1333 North Olney Street, a retired superintendent for Indianapolis Saddlery Com Mrs. Coovert Funeral services for Mrs DR. KIRTLEY W9 nnxirfttnf pany, died yesterday in his TS )' Gladys M. Coovert, 60 years home. ville after 6 p.m. Monday. old, 257 North Reisner Street, Born at Seymour, Mr. Survivors, besides Mrs. of Kern, Kirtley and Herr Grain and Elevator Company at Lebanon and Kirtley Grain Company at Whitestown. He was also a Director of Citizens Bank and Trust Com nanv sf Kirsch had lived here 50 a lifelong resident of Indianapolis, will be held at 1:30 p.m. It's Fur Vacation Time i Giv your fur their coolest vocation at Tuchman'i, the limit refrigwatod fur itorag vault in the Midwest. Your fur are handled hv mottar furriart, checkad tor riot, hooki, and liningi. Tha ero then fumigated and hung in eur vault, guorontoed againtt motht and humidity damage for the eummer. Storage Per $100 Insurance ...... 2.00 Drum Cleaning .. 6.00 Glamour Glaze.. 10.00 years. He was a member of Modern Woodmen of Amer Tuesday in Shirley Brothers' West Chapel. Burial will be ica. Lebanon. in Floral Park Cemetery. He Was a mpmher nf ITnl. Before serving with the Army in France in World War I, Mr. Kime attended Purdue University and taught school ' Funeral services will be at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Shirley Brothers Drexel Chapel, with Mrs. Coovert, a member of West Michigan Street Metho dist Church, died Saturday in briefly in North Dakota. When versity Park Christian Church, Scottish Rite, Murat Shrine, and Modern Woodmen Lodge and a charter member of Ulen Country Club at Lebanon. he returned from the Army he her home. Survivors include her hus entered Indiana University Burial in Crown Hill Cemetery. The widow, Mrs. Nora P. Kirsch, survives. Henry Sander band, Hansford; three daugh Calm Efficiency ....... With the warmth of a good friend, the trained Moore-Kirk staff will help you calmly and efficiently during your time of sorrow. It's a comfort to lean on their stability of experience. There are five beautiful Moore-Kirk mortuaries in Indianapolis there is one in or near your neighborhood. "DIGNITY WITH tCONOMY" Active in nolitics. he wan a ters, Mrs. Irene Carpenter, School of Law and was graduated as president of his class in 1922. During his term on the Indi member of the Washington Mrs. Katherine Spratt and Township Republican Club. Mrs. Thelma Huesman, all of CLOTH STORAGE $ Funeral services for Henry Sander, 85 years old 949 East Raymond Street, will be at ana Appellate Court bench, In I FUNERAL services will he Indianapolis; two sons, LeRoy and Herman Coovert, both of diana University bestowed Protect your woelem ond add room to your eloteti. SUITS ond COATS. held at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Flanner, and Buchanan Fall Inc. $50 In. upon him the degree of doctor of laws. 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in G. H Herrmann Funeral Home. Entombment will be in Washington Park Mausoleum. Creek Mortuary. Graveside MRS. WM. C. KIRK (Trtssie Moort Kirk) Mr. Kime practiced law at services and buna! will be at 3 p.m. at Greenlawn Ceme Evansville before he was elected to the judgeship. Mr. Sander died Friday night in a nursing home after a long We Give Top Value Stamps tery, Franklin. Survivors Inrludi A 33D DEGREE Mason, Mr. Kime was past master of Reed Call LI 7-1307 .4402 AHiionville Rd. 7968 Pendleton Pike W. 30th at Keisler Blvd. 3514 N-College Northgata Shopping Center (Greenfietd) 71st ond Michigan M. Open 7 A.M. to 9 P.M. Saturdayw Till 6 P.M. Moore & Kirk Mortuaries COlOKUl CHAPEL Cellege it Fairfield WA i-tOSt IRVINGTON CHAPEL , UWMNCE CH.PEl Fl 7-1157 5342 C. Wisli. St. 1051 E. 44th LI 7-5148 BM DAVIS CHAPEL NORTHEAST CHAPEL 7050 W. Wash. St. CH 4-4774 2530 Slillo. St. LI (-15(4 Lodge 316, F. and A. M., at Evansville. He also was a past daughters, Mrs. Lucille Fennell and Mrs. A. L. LaFollette, both of Indianapolis;-two sisters, Mrs. W. E. Smith and Mrs. Hal F. Musselmnn- hnth f thrice potent master of the ruling body of the Scottish Cleinert furrltn Rite Consistory at Evansville. Franklin, and four grand- illness. Born in Germany, Mr. Sander lived here 60 years. He had operated a truck gardening business. Mr. Sander was a member of the Heimathz Society. There are no immediate survivors. Mrs. Lillian T. Akers Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian T. Akers, 92 years old, 716 East 23d Street, will be cnuaren. He was also a member of Indianapolis; one sister, Mrs. Helen Yingst of Fort Wayne and nine grandchildren. Glenn V. Eytchison Funeral services for Glenn V. Eytchison. 70 years old. 310 North Delaware Street, a veteran of World War I, will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Moore and Kirk Northeast Chapel, with burial in Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Eytchison Sied Saturday in General Hospital. Born in Madison County, he had lived here 40 years. He was a retired cabinetmaker. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Harriet Eytchison; a brother, Edward F. Eytchison, and three sisters, Mrs. Nell White, Mrs. Myrtle Agnew and Mrs. Gertrude Fry, all of Indianapolis. 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