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ABRirW Suddenly Saturday, Jun . mt. Charle A. Ahfl.m of Clay Rd.. Um, N. Y.. agtd 73 rurs. .Sur- , wtl by hit wife, Teresa Clsffry Aht-lin; thrta dsushtert, Mn. Dorothy Shellmn of Wot Bloomficld, Mrs. John William. Mr. Bfiiy Borden of Roch-; en siller, Mr. John MiMshon, Hoeoy Falls; on brother. AutuH Abrlcin of Umi; four grandchildren. Friend may call al hit home. Clay Rd., LMna, her funeral mill he held Tuesday mornini at 1:45 and 9 tf from St. Rom Church. Interment, St. Rose ' Cemetery. " KAKtR Saturday. June JO, W5. . Thomas R. Baiter of 145 Shaftsbury . Rd. He leaves hi wife, Arloa l.aill-, mora Baker: and rti auttr. Mist Alice Baker. Friends art Invited to call at Hedges Memorial Chapel, 271 University Ave., where funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Tnter-merit in Riverside Cemetery, at the con- c, venienca of the family. ., MX July 2, 1Ja, James L. Ball of 125 Electric Ave. Survived by wife, loretta Welch; brother, William A. Ball; aiMer, Mrs. Carlton Bailev, Orlando, Fie. Friends may call at Fiske A Handy v . Parlor. 105 Lake Ave.. 2-J and 7-v. Funeral Thunday mornint, 11:45 and , :1S at Cathedral of the Sacred Heart. Interment, Holy Sepulchre. BIN John (Johnny) O., of W. . Filbert St., Fait Rochester, N.Y., ud-denly, July 1, 1954. He Is aurvived . by two aiiters, Mrs. Gertrude March . and Mrt. Martha L. Steve, both of East Rochester, and aeveral nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Harry J. Brady, Inc. Funeral Home, 110 W. Spruce St., East Rochester. Funeral serv-1 ice. Tuesday at 2 o'clock, tha Rev. Wil-' lard Paul officiating. Interment, Oak-. wood Cemetery, Penfield. N.Y. Friends may contribute to the Memorial Fund of the First Presbyterian Church, East ' Rochester. j' CARPENTFR Entered into rest at Doc- tor'a Hospital, Newark. N.Y., Salur-' day. June 30, 115. Ellen May Car-'V penter of. Sodus Point, N.Y., aged (U ' years; the widow of Charles E. Car-- penter. She is survived by one daugh- ter. Mrs. Clayton F. (Dana) Kaul of ? Rochester, N.Y. v Friends may call from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. at tha Young Funeral Home, West ' Main Street, Williamson, from where services will be held on Wednesday . afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment in s Sodus Rural Cemetery. CASEY Saturday, June 30. I9Jt, Harold Casey of 35 Barmont Dr. Surviving are his wife, Elsa Casey; two sons, David H. and Harold P. Casey; two daughters, Mrs. Maureen P. Lorton and Frieda; two brothers, John and Larry ' Casey; on sister, Mrs. Andy Anderson; two grandchildren, David M. and Eileen . Lorson. , Friends may tall at D. W. Mansell .' Funeral Home, 17 Phelps Ave. Services w Tuesday morning at :45 and 9:15 from St. Mary's Church. Interment, Holy . Sepulchre Cemetery. Buffalo and Syrv cuse papers, pleas copy. DF. W ITT Saturday, June 30. 1156, Bes-$. si M. DtWitt of 124 Aberdeen St. She V J survived by on sister, Mrs. Ella A. Watts. Friends may call at J. Bovd Wimyhell Son Funeral Home, 51 Genesee St.. where funeral service will be conducted Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. Interment in Skaneateles, N.Y. 1)1 MACGIO Samuel Sebastian Di Maggio, of 24 Galusha St.. July 1, a 1956. Ha ia survived by his wife, a Josephine: fiv daughters, Mrs. An-l gelina Muratore. Mrs. Samuel (Millie) I lannone of Baltimore, Mrs. Howard (Rose! Kendrick. Mrs. Hugh (Gloria) Butcher and Nancy Jean Dl Maggio; four on, Samuel S., Carmn J., Joseph V J. and Angrlo Dl Maggio; two listers and two brothers in Italy; 14 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; several niece, and nephews. He was a member of the Executive Council of the Maria , SS Dei Miracoli Society, secretary-l treaturer of Societa SS Ecce Homo , and S a i t SS Bartolo Di Geraci Societies. . The family requests friends to call between the hours of 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. , at the Nanna Funeral Home Inc., 50 . Main St. E. Services. Thursday morning. g-15 and 9 o'clock from St. Michael' Church, Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. . II NOTTIA Luigi Di Nottia of 453 Tremont St., July 1, 1956. He leave his wife, Filomena (Berti) Di Nottia; two daughter, Mr. John (Victoria) . Bertola, Mn. Frank (Lena) Di Donato; - three ont, Albert. Mario and Angela Di Nottia; also eight grandchildren. He w as a veteran of World War I. t IT.""11 m, " ' ,he Fmma-TJ'Ovidio Funeral Home. 54 Clifton St., from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. Services t Thursday at :1S a.m., 9 a.m. from St. Xucy's Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. . F LMOTT M rs. Addie Elliott of 129 $ long Act Road, on Sunday, Julv I, 1954. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. George H. Walters; also aeveral nieces and nephews. Mrs. Elliott was a .Charter Member of Th Church of the Kararene. Friends may call at L. Scruuman's ,'Sons, 609 Clinton Ave. N. Services cn 'Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Inter. mem in Mt, Hop Cemetery. s GODIN Sunday, July 1. 1956. George ' Edmund Godin of 99 F.llison St. He is aurvived by his wife, Amelia L. Godin; his daughter, Mm. Raymond (Edna) Towle; one son, Harold W. Godin; two grandchildren; ail great-grandchildren, aeveral nieces and nephews. Friends may call from 2 to J and r7 to 9 o'clock at Hedges Memorial 'Chapel, 271 University Ave. where services will he held Thursday morning at 11 o'clock. Drmoerot and Chronicle Rochester, N. Y., r Tues., July 3, 1956 y Flowirs ixprtss man's hep for tvirlisfins puci II LAKE AVI. Aker 9494 Chas. I. REMEDY FUNERAL HOME Funerah Rea$onably Priced Robert W. Rosemweig LICENSED MGR. 1601 MAIN ST.'E. BU 7432 Gl TI FOYI E Catherine F . Sundy. July I, 19'. beloved wife of John R ; sister of Irme. William, Vincent and Ravmond McC'Imkev. Reposing at 25 Wisconsin St., long neacn, N.Y. Funeral Thursday morning, July 5 at 9:30 o'clock. Mass of requiem at St. Ignatius Martyr C hurch at 10 o'clock. Interment, Calvary Ceme- ery. Long island City, N.Y. HANFR hibelle Haner. aged 15 years, of 111 West Ave., East Rochester. Sunday, July 1. 1956. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Charles (Dorothy) Lanth-ear of Waterloo: one son. Sherman Gee of Penfield: 14 grandchildren, 25 great grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild; one brother, John Stewart of Wav-erly; aeveral nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Ford Funeral Home. 209 West Ave.. Fast Rochester. where services will be held Tuesday aft ernoon at 2:30. Rev. C. T. Wink worth officiating. Interment in Shortsville. HARRIS At Warsaw Hospital. Sunday, July I, 1956. Mrs. Rirabeth Cole Harris of Cuylerville, N.Y., formerly of 1 ima. Survived by her husband. .Neil Harris; two daughters, Mrt. Charles Castro of Watertown. Mrs. John Mix of Lima; on on, Charles Cole of Lima; three sisters, Mrs. Phvlis Todaros and Mrs. Joseph Col and Miss Mammi Nocera all of Perry, N.Y. Two brother, Joseph Nocera of Perry and Jack Nocera of Watertown; five grandchildren. Friends may call at O'Connell Funeral Home, 3 West Mam St. Lima from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m.. where funeral will be held Wednesday morning at 9 and 9:30 from St. Rose Church. Interment, St. Rose Cemetery. HOUSTON Entered into rest. June 30, 1956, Fliiabetli Houston of 121 Thorn-dyke Rd. She ts survived by one ion, Frederick J. Houston: her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Meta W. Houston; three litter, Mrs. Joseph Caldwell, Mrs. William H. Montgomery, and Miss Violet Sin-namon; five brothers, Henry T., William J. and Isaac S. Sinnamon, all of Rochester. Robert J. of Victoria, B.C. and the Rev, Fred J. Sinnamon of Montreal, Canada. Several nieces and nephew. She was a member of Laurelton United Presbyterian Church. Friends may call at Corbett Funeral Homes, Inc., I(9 West Ave. Service Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment, Mt. Hope Cemetery. The Rev. Carlton A. Harrison officiating. JOHNSON Entered into rest July 1st, Mrs. Mattie Lee Johnson of I Prospect St. Survivors ar her mother, Mrs. Annie Pinkney; on son, Charles Cooper; two grandchildren. Friends may call at Latimer Funeral Home, 179 Clarissa St. Funeral Thursday, July 3th, 1956 at -10 o'clock in Mt. Vernon Baptist Church. Interment, Mt. Hope. KENYON Saturday. June 30, 1956, Ruth E. Kenyon of 370 Mulberry St. She is survived by her mother, I ucy T. Kenyon; two sisters, Frances Ken yon, Honolulu and Florence Kenyon, Rochester. Friends are invited to attend a me morial service at uncle fresbytenan Church Chapel, N. Fitzhugh St., Tues day afternoon at 2 o clock. The courtesy of no flowers would be appreciated. KRAMER Frank II. Kramer (Kremer) of 26 Nicholson St., Saturday, June 30, 19J6. He is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Norman (Rose) Paskell, Mrs. John (Marion) ApeU, Mrs. William (Mildred) Underhill of Prattsburg, N. Y., and Miss Arline Kramer; hi sister, Mrt. Elizabeth Herbage, of Saginaw, Mich.; 13 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The family invites friends to call at the N. J. Miller's Son Funeral Home at 706 South Ave. Funeral services Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock. I.F.VF.REN. Phyllis Joan Leverenr, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lulher I.everenz of the Lake Rd., Hamlin Monday, July 2. 1956. Besides her parents she is survived by three sisters, Deborah, Darlene and Renee Lcverenr; two brothers, Douglas and Terry I everenj; her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Garrett of Rochester and Mr. and Mrs. Fred I.everenz of Hamlin. Friends may call at the Fowler Funeral Home, 52 Stat St., Brock port after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Calling hours Wednesday 3-3 and 7-9 p.m. Private funeral Thursday at the convenience of th family. Interment in Lakeside Cemetery, Hamlin. MAHER Charles J. Maher, aged 35 years, of 226 JJorstone Koad. Monday. July 2, 195. He is survived by his wife, Florence Stoepel Maher; one daughter, Mrs. Uonald (Kitai Hartleben; one sister, Mrs. William Walsh. De ceased was a member of the Nocturnal Adoration Society, St. Helen's Men' Club and Wahbee Trib I.O.R.M. Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Mattle's, 300 Cumberland Street. Service Thursday morning at :15 from the parlors and at 9:00 o'clock at St. Helen's Church. Kindly omit flowers. MC COY Entered into rest, on Sunday, July 1, 1956, Rev. William S. McCoy. He is survived by his daughter, Mrs. Paul C. Wild; two ons. W. Bayard McCoy and Albert Dod McCoy of Fairfax, Va.; two sisters, Mrs. Duncan McLeod, Palo Alto, Calif, and Mrs. Donald Mac-Ro&tie, Santa Barbara, Calif.; a brother, Albert W. McCoy, Williamsport, Pa.; and two grandchildren. Friends may call at the home of hi daughter, 143 Spring St. Funeral service Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in St. Paul s Episcopal Church, East Avenue at Vick Park B. Burial in Riverside Cemetery. MC KFE Entered into rest. July 1, 1956. Harold McKee of 24 Varian Lane. He is survived by his wife, Annie Mc Kee; two daughters. Miss Lou Mc Kee. Mrs. George F. McNamara, one aister. Edith Ridley; four brothers, James, Percy. Frank nd Ernest McKee; three grandchildren. Friends may call at Corbett Funeral Homes, Inc., 109 West Ave. Tuesday and Wednesday, 2-5 and 7-9. Services, Thursday morning at 11 o'clock. Interment, Riverside Cemetery. Rev. Robert C. Root, officiating. MORRIS Thomas J. Morris of 382 Benton St., July 1, 1956. He is survived by his wife. Mary Wiegand Morris; two daughters, Mrs. Robert Meiscniahl and Mrs. Karl Matzke; three ions, Edwin, Leadley and James Morris; 15 grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was a member of th Knights of St. John, Commandary No. 25, Noble Degree; the St. Hermans Society, and the Holy Name Society of St. Boniface Church, and the Nocturnal Adoration Society. The family will receive friends at the N. J. Miller' Son Funeral Home, 1625 Mount Hope Ave., 2-3 and 7-9 p.m. where prayers will be said at 1:30 Thursday morning followed by th funeral Mass at 9 o'clock in St. Boniface Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Vicinity Deaihz DLSIXUS JORCENSEN GENEVA. July 2 Dusinus Jorgensen, 79, retired farmer, of 67 John St., died today (July 2, 1956) in his home. Mr. Jorgensen was born in Denmark and came to this country when he was three yean old. He had lived in Dresden and Flint before coming to this city. Survivors are his wife, Wil-helmina J.; four sons, Ernest of Canandaigua, Delmar and Harry of Union Springs, Leland of Geneva; six daughters, Mrs. Henry Wertman and Mrs. Ralph Barber, both of Canandaigua, Mrs. Earl Stokoe of Penn Yan, Mrs. John Koch of Union Springs, Mrs. Faul Iddings of Phelps, and Mrs. Michael Borys of Seneca Falls; 44 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren, and two brothers, Chris and Martin of Hall. Mr. Jorgensen was a member of the Danish Brotherhood Lodge No. 334. The funeral will be held in the Bennett Funeral Home, 224 North St. on Thursday at a time to be announced. I Vk'C sWaV I I twftnm US. WMHili WMA4I I loo iooUisV(f XvtlJjLLtm 1 ,m- Weather Data local observations 'Th h.ghett temperature yesterday was g degrees, against 99 th lame day in 1931, and 61 in IMS; the lowest M. against 76 in 1931, and 4t in 1943; the mean 74, against S in 1931, and 33 in 183. Normal 71. ROCHESTER READINGS (Temperatures and Humidity) ARCHIE CALL STAFFORD. July 2-Archie D. Call, 74, of the Main Road, former FORECAST Widely scattered showers and thundershowert are forecast for Tuesday afternoon over the southern half of the nation from the Rockies to the Atlantic and also in the northern United States, except for the Pacific coast. It will be mostly fair in other portions, it will be cooler from Northern Virginia to New England. (AP Wirephoto). Merrill Call of Stafford; a sister, Mrs. Mabel Call Goff of Elba; 23 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. A service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the H. E. Turner Funeral Home, the Rev. W. Wylie Young, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church officiating. Burial will be in Stafford Cemetery. CHARLES MULL GENESEO, July 2 Charles E Mull, 71, who joined the Cleve- Town of Stafford justice of the; land Public School system in 1923 peace, died this morning (July 2, and retired in 1955, died Saturday DEMOCRATS ELECT I Frank Edwin of Penn Yan; vice PENN YAN, July 2 T h ejehairman, Nelson Hansen of Yates County Democratic Com-'Himrod; secretary, W. Dean mittee recently held its organ-jstahlman of Rushville; and ization meeting her. and named treasurer chest JoU ef Penfl the following officers: chairman, ' Yan. Tem.Hu .. 67 91 ..61 12 .. 71 5 ..6a I9 .. 72 77 1 p.m. . 4 p.m. . 6 p.m. . t p.m. . HO1 10 p.m. . (7midnight . Tem.Hu. .10 31 .. (I 45 . .' 7g 33 ..79 51 ..71 6 ..66 71 trace Precipitation 1 Jan.-2 July IS. 15 1 Jan.-2 July '53 12 67 Normal , 15.97 Western Pennsylvania! Fair and a little cooler; high 75-aO. Interior Eastern New York: Generally fair, cooler. less' humid; high 70' in north and west: SO's in southeast. New York City: Mostly fair and warm er, less humid; high in SO s. 1956) at his home A native of Stafford, Mr. Call was born July 12, 1881, a son of Albert and Effie May White Call. He was a member and former elder of the First Presbyterian Church, member and past master of Stafford Grange and was also affiliated with the Stafford Lodge of Odd Fellows and volunteer firemen. Surviving are his wife, the former Mabel Westbrook; three sons, Donald 0., of Weedsport, Wendell W of Stafford, and Archie Duane Call at home; a daughter, Mrs. Marion Call Hem-mett of Rochester; a brother. morning (June 30, 1956) at his home, 7797 Oakhurst Circle, Brecksville, Ohio. He was born in Rochester. When John Adams High School was opened he went to Cleveland to join its staff as an industrial arts teacher and stayed there until sent to South High in the same capacity nine years before his retirement. Mr. Mull had a wide education in his field, having been gradu ated from Rochester Institute of Technology where he was elected to the Henry Lomb Honorary So ciety. He continued his studies in Columbia University, Geneseo State Teachers College, Kent Urn versity, Ohio, and Western Re serve University, Ohio, from which he also graduated. He is survived by his wife. Jane Weeks; a brother, Ray E., of Rochester, and a sister, Mrs, Gladys Stiffler of Webster. A prayer service was held Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Dillon & Wood MStell7(i! UMaj3lssiadkBsO CEILINGS IOOM SIZI lOall Meterieb ROCHESTER CEILING CO. $39" GE 1707 Brail) ! A i tegrHJ Tmm if I fl n $ m M I I fcnduhinq 1 Enduring, like the memory of those we love, I is the comfort and pride shared by those who 1 choose Hedges for funeral services. Why f P compromise with quality when Hedges quality actually costs no more? y MILL Charles, of Breckville. Ohio, died June 30, 1956. He is survived by his wife, Jane Ineel Weeks: a sister. Mrs. Gladys Stiffler of Websler; a brother. Ray of Rochester. Friends may call at W. S. Rector eV hons Chapel, 111 Msin St.. Geneseo, where funeral service will be held Tuesday, July i at 2:30 p.m. Rev. William Dills and Rev. Joseph Sunter officiating. Burial in Temple Hill Cemetery, Gene seo, N.Y. MURRAY Albert L.. aged 75 years. of Fayette, N.Y. Suddenly Sun. July 1, Iv?6. m Waterloo Hospital. Surviving besides his wife, U'Elma Poormon Mur ray are two ions, Richard. Hamburg, and Almond, Fayette: seven daughters, Mrs. Harold (Laura) Clise, Mrs. Henry (Nellie) McCoy and Mrs. Roland (Alice) Brown all of Waterloo, Mrs. George (I lia) Brooks. Ringhamton, Mrs. Mildred Specr, Frankfort, and Mrs. Howard (Lvdia) Fischer and Mrs. Richard (Dorothv) Maloney. both of Rochester: one brother, John Murray of Waterloo; 22 grandchildren; two great-grandchild ren, several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Genung Funer al Home, Main St., Waterloo, trom where services will be held on Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment, Maple Grove Cemetery, Waterloo. OVF.RMYER Maude Chirstman, July 1, 195a in Munci, lnd. Widow of the late Ira Overmyer, formerly of Doran St. She is survived by one ion, Elmer of Muncie. Funeral from Meek Mortuary, Tuesday, 2 p.m. at Muncie, lnd. fr.r. I oaran r. reel oi 4. ruling ri., Sunday. Julv 1st. 1956. She is survived by her husband, Milo H. Peet; her daugh ter, Mrs. Uonald UMris) van vecnten; two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Payze, Vancouver, British Columbia, Mrs. Alice Savage, Toronto, Ontario, Canada: one brother. Malcolm Parke. Detroit, Michigan; three grandchildren; and several nieces and neDhews. The family will receive friends at the N. J. Miller's Son Funeral Home, 1623 Mt. Hope Ave. Funeral services lues- dav afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment, White Haven Memorial Park. PRIEM Charles W. Priem, age 77 years, formerly of Baldwin St., July 2, 1956. He is survived by his sister, Mrs.-George Gleichauf. The family will receive friends at the N. J. Miller's Son Funeral Home, 70S South Ave., 3 5 and 7-9 p.m. on Tuesday only. Interment, at the convenience of the family. The courtesy of no flowers is requested. PRUSAK Walter Prusak of 28 Morris St., Sunday, July 1, 1956. He is survived by one brother, Nicholas Prusak of Boyle, Alberta, Canada; ' aeveral nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Paul W. Har- ris Funeral Home, 954 Clifford Ave. Funeral, Thursday morning at 8:30 and 9 o'clock at St. Josaphat's Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, PUM Louise, of 135 Waldorf Ave.. July 1, 1956. Resides her husband, Mr. Joseph Pum, she leaves two aaugnters, Mrs. Hilda Anders ot Bain, tx.r., Mrs. Louise Pawlik of Austria; three sons. Walfred. Otto and William Pum, and eleven grandchildren. Friends are invited to call at tne Charles H. Leis Funeral Home, 2692 Dewey Ave., between the hours of 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. where services will take place Thursday moming at 1 1 a.m. Interment, White Haven Memorial Park. REIS Charlotte E. Reis of 61 All-meroth St. on July 2, 1956. She is survived by her three daughters, Mrs. Frederick (Eleanor) Hudson. Miss Ruth Reis and Mrs. Nicholas (Edna) Dcusire; four brothers. George, Raymond, Clarence, and Elmer weaver; two granddaughters, and several nieces and nephews. The family invites friends to call at N. J. Miller's Son Funeral Home. 1625 Mt. Hope Ave. between the hours of 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Prayer service Thursday morning at 9:30 o'clock followed by Mass at 10 o'clock in St. Boniface Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. SHELL Entered into rest, Sundav, July 1 1916 Rertha E. She 1 Of Hilton. N.Y.. aged f5 years. Survived by one daugh ter, Mrs. Nelson IJOOSOn Ol waner; two aons, Thomas fc. sneii or nocnes- rer and Altred oneii oi s.nicago; m grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren. Friends may can ai uie uiira ru- neral Home, 230 West Ave., Hilton. Services Thursday afternoon at I o ciock. The Rev. I. Vincent Lloyd officiating. Interment in Parma Union Cemetery. STEVENS Charles Stevens, formerly of 38 Cayuga St., Monday, July 2, 1956. He is survived by his sister, Miss Edith Stevens. Friends may call at the N. J. Miller'i Son Funeral Home, 706 South Ave. Funeral services, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment, Churchville Ceme tery. Churchville, N.Y. WIRSING Suddenly, Sat. June 30, 1936 at Conesus Lake; Rose A. Wirsing. of 4269 Culver Rd. Survived by her father, George A. Wirsing; on sister, Mrs. William (Dorothv) Jennv. Friends may call at th Burns-Hanna Funeral Home. 1795 Ridge Rd. h.. be tween Goodman and Culver Rd., from HE D GJ S 1 emmf (Jape l 1 7 1 university' avenue 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. morning at 1:70 ani Services Ihursday d 9 o'clock from ht. Salome's Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. 7-OU.ER Wilbert Zoller, at his home. 100 Quincy St., July 2, 1956. Survived by his daughter, Florence Zoller; his sons. Edward and George Zoller; his grsndchildren; two brothers, Raymond and Alvin Zoller. Friends are welcome to call at Bender Bros., 301 Alexander St., Tuesday and Wednesday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services Thursday, July s at 2 p.m. Interment, Riverside cemetery. GROSSER Emily. Two years have passed and gone Since our mother we loved so well Was taken from our home on earth With Jesus Christ to dwell. The flowers we placed upon her grave May wither and decay. But the love for her who sleeps beneath Shall never fade away. Sadly mused by Husband, George; Daughter, Arlene. We're Going to The LYON'S DEN ror Their Famous 40 Course L SMORGASBORD 1 , ALL J CAN EAT 5Q SIRVIO IVERY DAY IXCEPT MON. ft TUES. OPEN DAILY MO SUN. 1-9 DICK STREB at tht Hammond Organ I Piano Serving 4th of July From 1 P.M. LYON'S DEN423J,!ERD Funeral Home in Brecksville, Ohio, and the funeral service will be held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in Geneseo at the Rector & Son Funeral Home. Burial will be in Temple Hill, Geneseo. ANN MARIE CACACE BATH July 2 Ann Marie Cacace of Campbell, died at birth yesterday (July 1, 1956) at the Corning Hospital. She leaves her parents, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Petro Russo and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cacace, all of Campbell. A service was held this afternoon at the Fagan Funeral Home, Bath by the Rev. S. H. Bialaszewski. Burial was in Holy Sepulchre Cemetary, Bath. CHARLES KENNING LODI, July 2 Charles L. Ken ning, 58, died today (July 2, 1956) in his home after a short illness. I He was a past master of Lodi Masonic Lodge and a past noble grand master of Banner Lodge, jlOOF. Mr. Kenning was a mem ber of the Lodi Methodist Church. Survivors are his wife, Helen; three sons, Clayton, of Rochester, Charles and George of Lodi; one daughter, Mrs. Leona Roseaugh of Lodi; one sister, Mrs. Beatrice Marsh of Voloys; three brothers, Verner, of Lodi; Leslie, of Voloys, and Arthur, of San Antonio, Tex., and four grandchildren. Friends may call at the Kenning home. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. 1,4 ft . at. ft. V V Vi a f J, awl BUNKS Will Closed Wednesday, July 4th Independence Day ROCHESTER CLEARING HOUSE ASSN. Central Trust Company Community Savings Bank Ceoese Valley- Union Trust Co. Lincoln Rochester Trust Co. Monroe County Savings Bank Rochester Saving! Bank Security Trust Company rw w vmbvw a ." . v Of "s "7 Wt Xoe ' . CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY, ROCHESTER, N. Y. M''sZ:M:MMtMWWy2': MBv fWMMSii&SB J? ; S-C'-S j ' -f : , Financial ' Statement Iu?ie 30, igs6 OFFICERS JOHX D. PlKf? KLMER B. MILLIMA .... ROY W. BOCFBT I. B. CHAMBKBI.AIY .... HOMFB D. Kl.l'MPP WAI.TFR T. I.OFBHANN . THABI.F W, MABSHAI.f. . RtrilABD C. MFISFMAHL FDMl'Nn J. MKVFB WIM.IAH H. SHORT FI.ORIAf W. DFRI.FTFI .. WIM.ARD L. MAi:RKR ... Mll.TON r PFTFR SAMPFr, f. ail.l.ATO . . . . I.Atl'RFNri! RROAriHlRVr BARTOV I. BROOK CLIFFORD R. BRAYTO . , Chairmaa mt lh Brl Prwtdrat Vie. Pmidrat Vira President Vic fniMnl Vlf. Prftftltfent, Vlr Prafdrnt ..Vlra President 4 Trvaiarer . .Vicft Pmldrnt Secretary Vlr Praiidrat i . . , AiiUlanl Vlra Prt.fdrnt Aul.lanl Vira Praildvnt AttMant Vlra Praaldrfil , . . AaalatMitt Vlra Praaldrns AmUlant rrrrtar Anlitant Srrrrtarv Aadltar RESOURCES - Cash $ 9,762,813.59 United States Government Securities ..... 15,981,546.76 Municipal Bonds and Other Securities Loans and Discounts Mortgages' Bank Buildings, Vaults and Equipment . . . Customer's Liability on Letters of Credit . Other Resources 1,067,475.00 41,721,281.36 8,546,726.82 1,333,712.01 574,768.96 491,301.12 R. RFFD r.FORrr Vlr Pmldnl and Tra.l Offlrrr -1MIAM F. HORTO Trart Offlrar Jvr I. WFFVFY Trart Offlrar LAWRENCE Y. TRIE Aaiirtanl Trail Offlrrr ciiTov orrici RBtCF PFRCY inrrn , arnorv . , , KENNETH IT. r.EI ITS , . . .Vlr, "-..u.t . . . .Vlra Prraldral . Anlatant Sacrctarv $79,479,625.62 LIABILITIES Deposits $70,137,725.22 Capital Notes $1,280,000.00 Common Stock 2,352,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 3.789,432.87 7,421,432.87 BRIGHTO ornct NORMAN T. LEVIS AmIiIihI SaeraUry irtu-MT. ntiB ornct RAYMOND E. FARRELL Awlilaat Samtary wiiu Anson orrirt JAVF .. DI NNINC Auiitaal Vlra Praildrnl RAYMOND D. FULLER. Aulitaal San-alary ;vraf.evr ioas defartmist JOtFr-rf r POFFMAf Vlra Praaldml J(' n. RIT A.ilttaat rrrrtar CHARLES M. NOLAN Ai.l.taat grrrotary Liability on Letters of Credit (per contra) Reserves for Interest, Taxes, etc. 574,768.96 1,345,698.57 $79,479,625.62 These figures do not include the assets ol our Trust Department DIRECTORS JOHN D. PIKE, CAafrman lAa Saarrf Jnhn I. Pi&r at .'an. faa. rFMRt.F W. CARON. . .PraWdaX, Ctmmumlly .Waft Bana WILLIAM r. EEINBLOOM Praaiafanl, Ckmmpim Kaffiraar Ta., fa. FRFD . FORMAN Tr.a.urar, t. "arman C. EZRA A. HAI.lt . . . frtiilnt. Ta tirvrrf Cf)arrir PaftffaAjaf C. WIMON HAMILTON HFRVUN HATTON Prrifafrat. ftfua far DalVv. 1m. MYRON J. HAYF. Caaialraal. (airaiaa (aa'a C. RAYMOND A. LANDER Chmlrmmn ffta ATaar, Fafl Mmnufmetmrtng C. THEODORE F. I.FMM MORRIS 1FVINON PraaiaVnt, Karl', fotd Star... far. Ft.MF.R B. Mil .T.IMAN Pra.lWral PAUL H. RUTHERFORD. . .Canaraf H.n.rrr. Drlco Apr ' tlvMn f Cmntrml Motor Corporation OTTO A. SHUT., CPA (jrarailra Dfrarraa, Wilton. Saufia it. Co. CRAIG C. SMITH PrnUtnt, tar In Corporation HOWARD M. WOODS VtmStkoJcht Woo, WornoTt Strmtkmon Sturmmn kcEHTRAL A TRUST Large Enough to Serve YouSmall Enough to Know You Central Trust Company MAIN OFFICE, 25 MAIN STREET IAST r CRnton OflPic), 17 Clinton Ave. S. , Irlghton Offfct, 1804 Eoi! Ave. MertvfW Federal Reserx Synttm ' tvell-Mt. .. Oftrc, 1 370 Ly Ave. ; Winiotmoii. Offic), WiUiomion, N. Y. Mcmb)t fdvrat Drpotll Insurant Corporation t,:MHfH.')tMtyin'i,M -1 .. : -1 1 rAJ' . . ). ''it'll t'a'.A".

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