WILKES-BARRE RECORD, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 194D A. t. . v 7illian Ilausch Dies Funeral Saturday G.. Trimble Bodies of 8 Abbott Methodists To lienor Students Slayer cf Scrcntcn Native Judged Insane franliDcmpsey CLD EE'S . .. ' La Grange, Tex. June 16 UP) A Fayette County jury today Judged Dr. Lloyd L.Ross, convicted San Antonio slayer, insane. - It was : an instructed ' verdict from District Judge J. R. Fuchs, on recommendation from District Attorney X Lee Dittert The trial's abrupt ending came after the first two witnesses, both physicians, had testified that Ross is permanently Insane. : r Ross was convicted October 23, 1947, for the slaying of Mrs. Gertrude York, wife of a San Antonio Investment banker. He was sentenced to the electric chair. : However, Texas law commits any defendant found insane to a mental institution and does not allow the death penalty, yi f v Dr. Boss also was charged with the fatal shootings of Mrs. York's husband, Willard7and two other members of their - family,- Ross Is a native of Dellroy, Ohio. The York family formally lived in Scranton. . f Ross ambushed the York family on a lonely road near New Brun-fels May 25, 1947. They were driv ing to church. Only one member or the lamiiy, Ann, then 13, escaped death., She was wounded. Ross' defense contended he was insane and the crimes were prompted by the surgeon's losof his savings of $150,000 which he had entrusted to York for investment. Many students believe that nrim- itive men, sometimes called savages, are predominantly religious in their outlook. CARD OF The Family of the Late MBS. ANNA KASACZLN 105 N. Empire St, Wilkes-Barre Wish to thank all who assisted during their recent bereavement and those who tent spiritual bouquets, (lowers and loaned rars. THANKS Death Victim Retired Glen Alden Coal Employe Was Father of Kingston Teacher UCU1 tV. tllillUlt, VI AMU West Vaughn Street, Kingston, died at his home this morning at 12:40 following several weeks illness. Mr. Trimble was born 'in Danville and had resided' in Kingston 41 years."" Until his" retiremenfrtn 1941, he had been employed at the Loomis Colliery of Glen Alden Coal Comoanv. Before that he was witn the Haddock Mining Company for 25 years. He was a member of Dorrance ton - Methodist Church, Kingston Lodge 395, F and AM, Caldwell Consistory and Odd Fellows Lodge, Edwardsville. . Had Mr. Trible lived until June 28, he and Mrs. Trimble would have observed their 56th wedding anni versary. Surviving are nis wire, wannan, and six children, Sara, at home; Jessica, teacher in Kingston schools, at home; Mrs. J. L. Reynolds, Warrior Run; Mrs. Robert D. Pritchard, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada; George W., Newark, and W. Frank Trimble, principal at Kingston Township High School. Also surviving are 12 grandchildren. Funeral will be held from the home Monday at 2, with Rev. Lawrence Elliott officiating. In terment will be in Forty Fort Cemetery. Arrangements by tiugn a. Hughes. 198,000 Trees Planted By C.of C. Foresters Far suroassinc the tree Dlantinz of any other year, the Industrial Forestry Department of Wyoming valley Chamber of Commerce, has completed planting of 198,000 trees in this section. Col. Thomas H. Atherton, chair man of Forests and Parks Commit tee of the Chamber, said yester day the greatest number planted in any previous sDrinz totalled 78,000. The .trees, fine specimens oi pines, spruces, larches and lo custs, were purchased from the Department of Forests and Waters. Joseph Paddock, industrial for esteu, supervised the planting, at Abram Nesbitt, 2nd, estate at Lake Catalpa, 153,000 trees; Bright Creek Park Association, 17,000; Bear Lake Association, 10,000; Charles Frantz, Chase. 8,000; Mrs. Susan C. Wright, Carverton, 5,000 stripping experiment Hudson coal Company mines, 4,000; Joe Fela, West Nantlcoke, 1,000. Oldest Jawbone Found Johannesburg, South Africa, June 16 (JP Dr. Robert Broom, South African paleontologist, today announced the discovery of a jawbone which may have been from a human who lived nearly 1,000,-000 years ago. "If this jaw proves to be human it may be the oldest human one known," Broom siad. "It is probably 100 per cent human. Although remarkably small,, it has typically human teeth. It cannot be said yet what its age is, but it may be in the region of 1,000,000 years." JOHN tT ilAINE John T. Haine of LaGrange was laid at rest yesterday in West Pitts ton Cemetery following services at the funeral home, 211 Luzerne Avenue, West Pittston. Rev. George S. Howe of West Pittston Methodist Church officiated. Bearers: Carl Halstead. Gar ence Overpeck, Gerald LaBar, Earl LaBar, Albert Elterlch and Oscar Elterich. MRS. ELIZABETH WILLIAMS Funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, Binghamton, N. Y., was held yesterday from the funeral home, 270 East Main Street, with Rew Alien McGaw, pastor of First Baptist Church, officiating. Interment was In Hanover Green Cemetery. Bearers: John Lynon, rrank Thim, James Greglow, John Ras-pin, John R. Weir and John G. Williams. 7 Heroes Arrive Remains of Men Killed in Pacific Area Returned on Transport Towle " Remains of eight World War 2 heroes from Luzerne County, who were killed in the Pacific Area khave been returned to the United States aboard the U. S. Army iransport Towle, the Department of Army announced yesterday. Remains being returned and next of kin: PFC Louis R. Fisher, Jr., Air Force, Louis R. Fisher, Sr., 43 Pringle Street, Kingston. MSgt. John T. Novak, Air Force, John Novak, 6- Arch Street, Glen Lyon. Coxswain Raymond Novak. Navv. Anthony Novak, 914 William street, Avoca. Pvt. Thomas J. O'Donnell, Marines, Patrick F. O'Donnell, 19 Almond Lane, Wilkes-Barre. Sgt. George Ourilla, Air Force, Joseph Ourilla, 740 Grove Street, Pringle. Sgt. Elwood R. Renshaw, Air Force, Robert D. Renshaw, 33 Snowden Street, Forty Fort. Sgt. Joseph B. Sincavage, Army Margaret Sinkiewicz, 5 Airy Street, Wilkes-Barre. Pvt. Joseph F. Svab, Army, Bob F. Svab, 70 River Street, Pittston. Long Illness Fatal To Thomas P. Price Thomas P Prl. ! f ftAi North Pennsylvania ' Avenue, died lasi nigni at 6:30 at Mercy Hospital, following' A lnnCT illnocc Hn was born in Wilkes-Barre and at-! tended Coughlin School. He resided! In New York Citv for a number of years where he was a rigger at the ivearny amp Yards, returning to Wilkes-Barre in 1946. Mr. Price, a well known cotter. was a nephew of Dan Donnelly, the golf pro at Hollenback Park. He was a member of Holv Saviour Church and its societies. Surviving are his widow, the former Marearet Barrett, and two children, Patricia and Judith; mother, Mrs. Margaret Price, of Wilkes - Barre; brothers, Joseph, Dallas; John, Wilkes-Barre; also two sisters, Mrs. Arthur Murray, and Mrs. Charles Stallone, both of Wilkes-Barre. Funeral will be held from M. J. - y"" y "-"""aw" """'i '"J at 9 with requiem mass at 9:30, Interment will be In St. Mary's Cemetery, Hanover Township. JOHN GIORDANO John Giordano, of 141 Elizabeth Street, Oregon section of Pittston, died Wednesday night at his home following an illness. Born in Italy, he came to this country 35 years ago and settled in Pittston. He was a member of St. Rocco's RC Church, Pittston, and the San Ca-taldo Society. Surviving are his widow, Josephine; seven children, Charles, Anthony, Michael and Samuel, at home; Mrs. Theresa Saporito and Mrs. Grace Dimaggio, Pittston; Mrs. Rose Pepe, Exeter; seven grandchildren; brothers, Ross, Rochester; Cataldo, Italy; two sisters, Mrs. Sara Mamrino, Rochester; Mrs. Rose Tuminelli, Italy. FUNERALS MRS. MARGARET CLAPPS The funeral of Mrs. Margaret Clapps, . 724 Kaufman Court, Exeter, was held yesterday from the funeral home, 509 Wyoming Avenue, West Pittston, followed by a solemn high mass of requiem in St. Anthony's Church, Exeter. Rev. Dominick Albertelli was celebrant, assisted by Rev. Tulio Breda, deacon: and Rev. Andrew Porro, subdeacon. Interment was in St. Johns Cemetery, Pittston. Bearers: Gerald Clapps, Anthony Clapps, Charles Gagliardi, Thomas ficciriin and Carle Pepe, MISS SUSAN SOMPEL Funeral of Miss Susan Snmnpl. 226 Larkawnnna Avptiup Dnmnt was held Wednesday from the home followed by requiem mass in Sacred Heart RC Church, Dupont. Rev. M. B. Warady, pastor of St. Michael's GC Church, Pittston, officiated. Interment was in Sacred Heart Church Cemetery. Bearers: Frank Milewskl, Henry Grabowski, Joseph Kuckla, Peter Romansiewicz, Bernard Zielinski MICHAEL PAO Funeral of Michael Par of 325 Beaumont Street, Warrior Run, was held yesterday from the home with requiem mass at Holy Family Church, Sugar Notch. Rev. Frank Barlik celebrated mass and pronounced benediction in St. Mary's Cemetery, Wyoming. Members of Firemen's Relief Association of Warrior Run attended the funeral in a body. uearers, an tiremen, were Wil liam Bartleson, John Dzewit, Steve Marko, Joseph Szalanczyk, Edward Gresko and William Wojnor. Uaher Funeral lloma 860 North Maple Avenu Kingston Serving Wyoming Valley Since 1886 PHONE KINGSTON 1-6819 AELET FUNERAL HOMES James F. atad Alice G. 185 Kidder St, Wilkes-Barre 1226 So. Main 8t, Lee Park Phone 8-7881 USIer Fcneral Hobs Established 1871 JACK S. MILLER, Director t North Main Street, Plains PRIVATE DISPLAY BOOMS I a::d mr It is really old fash-, ioned to shun the funeral director until death occurs. No Investment is involved- In . the new idea of . ftre-arrangement and , t's1 one of the best moves progressively a family can make. Our Funeral Hornet Are Air Conditioned Large Choice of Funeral Prices , " For guidance, consult " tills list of 1,000 con-secutive adult services, as selected by - past "Patrons: Under $100 . II (101 to 250 1U ; $251 to $350 ......281. $351 to $150 ......428 $451 to $500 ...... 8 .. Over $500 54 sfttsatl: . ""IT! FUNERAL SERVICE 142 S. Waihinejtoe St, Wiftw-Bwre HONE: 1-457 414 Wyemise Aveaee, Kiafitoa HON! 7-426 a TO PLACE A WANT AD-DIAL 2-2121 ORDEH COUPON !! ml .1 ...J In General Hospital William U. Hausch, 78, of 149 Horton Street died at General Hospital yesterday afternoon fol lowing an iimess ui several weeiyi. He was admitted to the hospital May iu. Mr. Hausch was born In Wilkes Barre February 10, 1871 and spent his entire life here.- He was em- pioyea oy me iormer uenescn & Company furniture store for 39 years prior to his retirement in 194U. He was a "member, of St; John's Lutheran Church and Wilkes-Barre Aerie of Eagles. Surviving are his widow, the fo mer Mary Baker; a son, Reid, Wilkes-Barre; brother, Charles, of Wilkes-Barrer imd several nieces and nephews, including Mrs. Glr-van McLaughlin, William Hausch and wuiiam uilien, all of Wilkes-Barre. 1 Funeral will be held from the Glllen home, 162 Old River Road, Monday at 2:30 with Rev. Francis R. Edwards officiating. Interment m j-oresi iims cemetery, scran-ton. Friends may call at the Glllen home Saturday night and Sunday. Arrangements by Harold C. Snowdon. Mrs. Charles Meighan Is Claimed by Death Mrs. Charles Meighan died at the home, 123 South Washington Street, last night at 6 following a week's illness. A lifelong resident of Wilkes-Barre, she was the former Hannah Kraft, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Kraft. Her husband, Charles, died September 4, 1947. She attended St. Nicholas School and was a member of St. Nicholas Church and its Altar and Rosary Society. Surviving are two sons, John, Philadelphia; Charles, at home; brothers and sisters, Joseph Kraft, Mrs. Peter L. Fischer, Mrs. Charles Schuler, Mildred Kraft and Cora Kraft, all of Wilkes-Barre. Funeral will be held from M. J. McLaughlin Funeral Home, 142 South Washington Street. NORMAN KING Norman King, 43. former resi dent of Monument Avenue, Wyo ming, died of a heart attack on Wednesday at Birmingham. Ala. Minoe w th thp ovrontinn nf ni short period during which he was affiliated with the Fagnotti coal interests of West Pittston, as a safety inspector. Mr. King, at the time of his death, was district supervisor for U. S. Bureau of Mines in the Birmingham District. He is survived by his wife, Mary; daughter, Norman and sons, John and Brinley, all of Birmingham. Funeral will be held Saturday afternoon at Birmingham. MRS. CLARA OLSZEWSKI Mrs. Clara Olszewski, of 728 Jer sey Street, Harrison, N. J., the for mer uara Kumiega, or wiiKes-Barre, died at St. Michael's Hospital, Newark, yesterday afternoon following an illness. She is survived by her husband. Felix; mother. Mrs. Magdalene Starzecki, Wilkes-Barre; brothers and sisters, Mrs. Mary Straub, Mrs. Josephine Bucknavage, both of Wilkes-Barre; Mrs. Stella Day-; wood, Lee Park; John Starzecki,! student nurse at Bellevue Hospital,; in. i.; iieien, Anna, james, Kita and Kichard btarzecki, all at the family home, 124 Locust Street. Mrs. Olszewski was a member of Polish National Alliance, Group 2800; Polish Army Veterans' Auxiliary to Post 147; and St. Mary's Church, Park Avenue. ANTHONY SNARSKI Anthony Snarski. Rice Township. RD 1, Mountain Top, died Wednesday midnight at his home fol lowing a heart attack A former resident of Hudson. Mr. Snarski for many years was a farmer in Rice Township. He 1 was a member of St. Joseph's Church, Hudson. Born in Poland, he came to America 50 years ago. Jaurvivine are his widow and these children: Joseph, Plains; Jose- Dhine. Helen and Anna Snarski and Mrs. Benjamin Zabriski, Hudson; j John, Lee Park; Mrs. Michael Che-1 polis, Nanticoke; Anthony, East Orange, N. J.: Mrs. Frank Kel logg, Mrs. Gans Welsh, Mrs. Raymond Deluca, Mrs. Harold Janieke, Sylvester Popcuis, all of Detroit; Mrs. Charles Zamponi, Nuangola: Mrs. Arthur cote, Albany; and 10 grandchildren. Funeral will be held from the! iiuine iviunuay ai o;ou wim requiem mass at St. Joseph's Church. Inter ment will be in parish cemetery. WILLIAM E. BOND William E. Bond. 48. of 72 Beau mont Street, died at his home yesterday noon following an illness of seven weeks. Mr. Bond was born in Dallas on February 17, 1901, and lived in Wilkes-Barre most of his life. He was employed at the gas plant of the Pennsylvania Power & Light Company for 30 years. Surviving are his widow, the former Rose Ann Adams, and his mother, Mrs. Alice Bond, of RD Plymouth. Funeral will be held from the Harold C. Snowdon Home for Fu- n.e5s' " lorth.,. Jr5"klin JtS! Monday at 1 with Elder Clifford W. P. Hansen of Seventh Day Ad- ventist Church officiating. Interment will be in Mount Greenwood Cemetery. Friends may call Saturday evening and Sunday. H.MERRHT HUGHES HUGH JONES Funeral Director 7.1098 LUTHER U. KHIFFEN FUNERAL HOME 465 South Main Street WUkes-Bam ' I : ! ORTTTTARY Dies at 80 Plymouth Man Was Active 1 in Republican Politi- -cal Affairs ' Frank Dempsey, 80, long active in Republican politics in Plymouth, passed away at 1:15 yesterday afternoon at his home, 59 Davenport Street Plymouth, following: a lin gering illness. Mr. Dempsey, who had resided in the same house 54 years, had been confined to his bed the last year. Born and raised in Plymouth, Mr. Dempsey was for many years " one of Its most active citizens. He represented the Seventh Ward on the borough council for more than 40 years. He later served as health officer, retiring a year ago. He had also served in the Lucerne County Sheriffs office and had been attached to the Prothon-otary's office. Mr. Dempsey leaves his wife, Clara; two sons, John, former county detective now attached to the Public Utilities Commission, and Joseph, both of Plymouth; two daughters, Martha and Catherine, at home; also nine grandchildren, five great grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Emma Brennan, Kingston. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 2 at the home with Rev. W. F. Paul of Franklin Street Primitive Methodist Church officiating. Interment will be in Shawnee Cemetery. FUNERALS Amendola, Mrs. Hogan, Daniel Florence Irace, Oelbert Andrews, Martin Lamoreaux Black, Mrs. Edith Berne Ccysewicz, Mrs. Florence Dagan, William Dodiinski, Anthony Dymoitd, Mrs, Blanche L. Foley, Mrs. Margaret Franti, P. O. Frohman, Mr. Anna Gehrls, Mn. Martha Robert 1. Luba. Charles Marclnko, Stephen Mosler, Mist Blanche Brese, Tenia Blndgen, Mrs. Mary Snyder, Mra. Harry E. Sweeney, Mrs. Bridget Tabona, Mrs. Katherine Wrdda, Mrs. Mary Mrs. Florence Amendola from 17 Spring Street, Ashley, Saturday 9. Requiem mass 9:30 Holy flosary Church. St. Mary's Cemetery, Hanover Township. Martin Andrews of 26 Templeton Lane, Plymouth, from the funeral home, 530 West Main Street, Plymouth, Friday 9. Requiem mass 9:30 SS. Peter and Paul's Church. Edge Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Edith Reese Black from 12 Manhattan Street, Ashley, Saturday 2, private, Rev. George Snyder officiating. Maple Hill Cemetery. Friends may call tonight. Arrangements by Homer E. Graham. Mrs. Florence Czyzewicz of 83 High Street, Korn Krest, from home of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank KravabolskL 195 Reynolds Street, Plymouth, Friday 8:30. Requiem mass 9 St. Mary's Nativity Church. Holy Cross Cemetery, West Nanti-coke. William Dugan of 42 Church Street, from M. J. McLaughlin Funeral Home, 142 South Washington Street, Saturday 9:15. Requiem mass 945 St. Aloysius Church. St. Mary's Cemetery, Hanover Township. Anthony Dudzinski from 232 Lackawanna Avenue, Dupont, Friday 9. Requiem mass 9:30 Sacred Heart Church. Parish cemetery. Mrs. Madge . Lena Dymond from funeral chapel, 64 East Tioga Street, Tunkhannock, Friday 2, Rev. William Jones officiating. South Eaton Cemetery. Mrs. Margaret Foley from 12 Spruce Street, Wllkes-Barre Town-snip, Saturday 8:30. Requiem mass 9 St. Joseph's Church. St. Mary's Cemetery, Hanover Township. P. G. Frantz from home at Elm-hurst. Friday 2, Rev. Hugh Klinetob officiating. Fairview Cemetery, Elm-hurst. Mrs. Anna Frohman from 523 Bennett Street, Luzerne, Friday 9:30. Requiem mass 10 St. Anthony's Church, Larksvllle. Sacred Heart Cemetery, Dallas, Mrs. Martha Cehris from 226 Chestnut Avenue, Kingston, Friday 2, Rev. George Pickett of Immanuel Baptist Church officiating. Forty Fort Cemetery. Daniel Hogan from home of sister, Mrs. John Brown, 604 North Franklin Street, Friday 9. Requiem mass 9:30 St. Mary's Church of the Immaculate Conception. Parish cemetery. Delbert Irace, river victim, of 119 Maple Street, West Pittston, from funeral home, 802 Susquehanna Avenue, West Pittston, Saturday 2, Rev. Flourney Shepperson of Grace Presbyterian Church officiating. Pittston Cemetery. Robert J. Lamore'aux of 438 Fast South Street from Doron-Hughes Funeral Home, 392 Wvomlng Avenue, Kingston, Friday 2, Rev. Lloyd Williams of Meade Street Baptist Church officiating. Memorial Shrine Cemetery. Charles Luba from home of his daughter, Mrs. Anna Radzlak, 329 West Union Street, Nantlcoke, Saturday 7:30. Requiem mass 8 St. Mary's Church. Parish cemetery. Stephen Marclnko from 424 East Ridge Street, Nantlcoke, Friday 9. Requiem mass 9:30 St. Joseph's Church. Parish cemetery. Miss Blanche Mosier from home of Mrs. Melvln Mosier, Sr., Dallas, Friday 2, private, Rev., David Morgan officiating. Fern Knoll Burial Park. Arrangements Dy Alfred u. Bronson. Tesla Reese from 230 West Main Street, Plymouth, Saturday 2:30. rtev John M. Owens officiating. Edge Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Mary Rindgen of East End Boulevard from M. J. McLaughlin -Funeral Home, 142 South Washington Street, Friday 9. Requiem mass 9:30 St Christopher's Church. St. Mary's Cemetery, Hanover Township. Mn. Harry E. Snyder of 32 Lucerne Avenue, West Pittston, from the funeral home, 315 Wyoming Avenue, West Pittston. Saturday 2, Rev. Gordon Roberts officiating. Interment at Berwick. Mrs. Bridget Sweeney from 509 Front Street, Warrior Run, Saturday 9. Requiem mass 9:30 St. Charles Church. Parish cemetery. Arrange ments oy m. j. McLaughun. . Mrs. Katherine (Kornova) Tabona f 11 Canda Avenue, Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, N. Y., formerly of Wllkes-Barre, from St. Mark's RC Church, Brooklyn, Friday morning. - Mrs. . Mary Wedda of '218 Boland Avenue, Lee Park, from funeral home, 70 Baat Main " 8tree Plymr outh, Saturday 10. Requiem mass 100 St, Mary's Nativity Church. ; Parish cemetery. i!UII D. HUGHES FUNERAL HOME IMI Wytmlng An Forty Fort , rnoNX 7-mi Students' Day, formerly known as Children's Day, will be observed in Abbott Methodist Church on Sunday morning at 10:30. Sunday morning at 10:30. Sunday School will be held irom iu to lu:3U. Children in the Beginners' Department, under Mrs. Helen Cool-bauKh and Miss Lorraine Tretha- way, who will take "part are Ben Prutzman, William Kresge, Susan Nicholas, Jackie Bowen, Coyce Jordan, Charles Milhaus, James Tricarlcq. Joyce Lynn, Roxanne Walsh, Judy MacNeil, Joan Lau-baugh, Susan Howe, Bruce Jordan. "The following members of -; the Elementary . department under Mrs. Fred Trethaway, also will present a program: Allen Stahr, Robert Wilioughby, Robert Mac-Neil, Donald Jordan, Sarah Jean Wallace, Cary Frey, Mickey Smatcher, Barbara Levitsky, Glen Johnson, Walter Wilioughby, Jean Pyatt, Marline Kresge, Wayne Yynn, Margaret GartleyrDarleine Levitsky, Richard Kresge, David Jordan, Jackie Jenkins, Jeffrey Jordan, Florence Prutzman, Donald Smatcher, .George Wright, Ellen Smatcher, Ruth Laubaugh, Carl Kresge. Mrs. Llewellyn Laubaueh will be pianist ' for the Elementary and Beginners' program. Mrs. Charles Milhaus will preside at the organ. The pastor, Rev. Emory M. .Greenfield,, will speak briefly. Lutherans to Form I New Jersey Synod! Buffalo,, N. Y., June 16 (JO The United Lutheran Snyod of New York approved today a report rec- ommenmng iormation ot a New Jersey Synod. The New York Synod presently includes 417 congregations in New York, New England and, New Jersey. The proposed synod would include about 150 congregations now inciuaea in tne synods of New York and Central Pennsylvania and tne Ministenum ot Pennsylvania. Seventy-nine of these are in the New York Synod. The new synod would begin functioning in 1950, with administrative funds supplied by the predecessor synods. It would achieve independent status January 1, 1951. The New York Synod's 21st annual convention concluded today with approval of a budget of $785,-843 for 1950. This compares with a 1949 budget of $545,719. Man Found on Railroad Tracks Held by Police A Plains man was found lying on the Lehigh Valley tracks in Brookslde with a .38 caliber gun beside him, was taken into custody by police last night on drunkeness and investigation charges. Taken into custody by Cruiser-men John Pacciotti and Paul Deit-rich, Walter Pierog, 31 was unable to give police his home address. Pierog was seen lying on the tracks at the Washington Street crossing last night at 7:15 by Charles Rebrick, of 7 East Chestnut Street. Rebrick Informed police headquarters and the two cruisermen were assigned. The gun, wrapped in "many newspapers," was picked up near where Pierog was lying, Rebrick told police. With the gun was a box of .38 caliber cartridges. New and Better Hay State College, Pa., June 16 UP) Agriculture experts of the Pennsylvania State College today showed off a new hay prospect which thrives in poor soil and withstands dry weather. The occasion was an open house program which attracted more than 7,000 farmers from throughout the State. The new hay Is called Birdsfoot Trefoil, it is similar to alfalfa In culture and feed value. It E. Saatfe St, W.-B. Thee 3-7514 3 8. Male St., rtttetea, 'baa 3M1 t tkin improves. 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Flournoy Shepperson of Grace Presbyterian Church will officiate. Interment will be In Pittston Cemetery. Catholic Writer Dies New York. June 16 UP) Dr. Ludwig Schopp, 60, publisher and authority on many phases of Catholic church history, collapsed and died of a heart attack today in a midtown Turkish bath and massage studio. Born in Pittsburgh and educated in Germany, Schopp turned from the banking business to publishing religious books. He was in charge of a planned 72-volume , series, "The Fathers of the Church." It was begun in 1946 to collect the writings of the Apostles and theologians of the period before the Seventh Century. CHARLES ' MINCAVAGE Funeral services for Charles Min-cavage were held yesterday from 282 Stanton Street followed by requiem mass at Holy Trinity Church. Rev. John Valunas celebrated mass and pronounced benediction in St. Mary's Cemetery, Hanover. Bearers: Joseph Krischunas, Peter Yakobouskas, John Mihalcik, John Morkunas, Peter Talackaand Anthony Atmanavage. MBS. EVAKYZMER Funeral of Mrs. Eva Ryzmer was held yesterday from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Stanley Wen-gyn, 25 Major Lane, Plymouth, followed by a solemn high mass ofj requiem in St. Mary's Church,! Plymouth. Rev. Valentine Plevyak officiated, assisted by Rev. Leo Kozlowski, deacon; and Rev. George Truskauskas sub deacon. Flower carriers and , bearers: Stephen Filchak, William Yudicki, Joseph Yankoskl, John Pick, John Krupinski, Walter Womcikiewicz. Interment was in the parish cemetery, Larksvllle. CATHERINEPOKRINCHAK Funeral of Mrs. Catherine Po-krinchak was held yesterday from 31 Blair Street, Plymouth, followed by requiem mass in SS. Peter and Paul's GC Church. Rev. Myron Sterniuk celebrated mass. Bearers and flower carriers were Michael Dvorozniak, Edward Rud-nicki, Peter Stone, Benjamin Oshitiski, Peter Nutnik and Leonard Sellngo. 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