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Deaths Draths Sratlj Draths ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT Monday, Oct. AND CHRONICLE 3, 1950 15 4,0 Cafe from U.S. WtMHH tUUiU Nigeria's Heat -wufto Desert-Born By LEON ARD LOCKWOOD IT HAS BEEN SAID that every wind has its weather and in some sections of the world every wind has a name. stVwvjf 7 to Hr OerfMW Mendoy Pifwree Shew Hifk lemperettfree fieedW FORECAST Clear, cool weather is expected over the Great Lakes, Ohio and Tennessee valleys and the Pacific Northwest today. Midwest will be warmer.

(AP Map) SCHULMAM Saturday, Oct. 1, 1940, Benme Schutmon of 443 Long Acre Rd. He leave his wife, Llllion Sovotsky Schulmon; a on. Horry; hit father, Sam, and step-mother, Fonnle; a lister, Mr. Normon (Rose) Friedman of Rochester; two brother.

Isodore Schulmon of Los Angele Ond Lawrence Schulmon, U.S. Army. Funeral service will be held Monday morning ot II o'clock In the chooel of the Porsky Funeral Home. 1125 St. Paul St.

No prior calling hours. Burial, Gideon Lodge Cemetery, Britton Rd. Friends wishing moy contribute to the David Solomon Memorial Fund, Temple Beth David. SILCOX Mr. Lillian Gleason Silcox ot Henrietta, N.

Y. on Seot. 30, 1940. She leaves her husband, Raymond Silcox ot Henrietto; a lster, Mrs. Leo Raymo.

of Ontario, N. and several nieces ond neohews. Friends mov coll 3-S ond 7-t m. ot the Tlnkleoough Funerol Home, 12 South Ave. Webster, N.

where funeral services will be held ot 1 p.m. on Tuesday. Mr. Robert R. Wilson, officiating.

Burial, Webster Rural Cemetery. TARANTELLO Anunzlato (Noncv) of 35 Orange St. on Oct. 2, I960. She Is survived by her husband Sebastian Taron-tello; one daughter, Mrs.

Domenic Eleanor Cocuzzl; four sons, Domenic, Anthony, Rocky ond Frank Torontello; eleven g. ondchlldren; one sister, Mrs. Antoinette Mllono; one brother, Ernest DelGoizo; several niece ond nephew. The family request friends to call between the hours of 2 5 ond 7-10 ot the Aloimo Funeral Home, 401 Jay St. Funeral tervlce.

Thursday morning, 1:30 and o'clock ot St. Franci of Asslsl Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. WALKEH Sunday, Oct. 1940, Albert W.

Walker Sr. of 45 Kirk Dr. He II survived by hi wife, Ethel K. Walker; hit daughter, Mr. Charles (Vivian) Struck; hit ten, Albert Walker three grandsons, several niece ond neohews.

Friends mov call Monday evening from 7-9 o'clock ond Tuesday from 3 5 and 7-9 o'clock at Hedge Memorial Chooel, University where service will be held Wednesday morning ot 11 o'clock. Interment Rlvertlde Cemetery. Friends wishing moy contribute to the Mt. Hor Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund. WALZER-Sunday, Oct.

2, I960. Mr. Her- bert J. Walzer of 100 Steko Ave. He I survived by hi wife Esther Woellerl Wolzer; two ions, Irwin and Clyde Walzer; his daughter, Mr.

Harold (Verna) McCoy; one brother, Edwin Wolzer; two tlsters, Mrs. jrmo Donovan ond Mrs. Edna Griffin of California; nine grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Friends may coll from 2 to 3 ond 7 to 9 p.m. of the Edward H.

Dreler Funerol Home, 1717 Portland Ave. ot Ridoe Rd. E. Services, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment, Mt.

Hope Cemetery. Orathc ROWN Entered Into rest Sunday, Oct. 2, 1940, Horry F. Brown of IS Martha Soenceroort, N. Y.

He Is survived by his wife, Helen C. Brown; one daughter, Mrs. Hurlen (Bettv) Wieme; three sons, Robert Donald and Richard P. Brown; one taster daughter, Ethel BrowVi; eleven grandchildren. Friends may coll ot Wolker Bros.

Co. Funerol Home, 15 West Spencerport, from 2 to 5 ond 7 to p.m., where tervlce will be held Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 2 p.m. VERHOEVEN On Sunday, Ocf. 2, 1940.

Anthony S. Verhoeven. He Is survived by one brother, George Verhoeven and one niece, Mr. Joseph (Mabel) Kochert. Friends may coll from 2 to 5 ond 7 to m.

at the Hengstler-Menges Funeral Home. 2793 Culver Rd. (near Ridoe Rd. Services, Wednesday morning at 1:30 ond clock ot St. Cecilia Church.

Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. WALLACE-Wllllam Sept. 29, 1940, In Newport Richie, Fla. He is survived by one son, Glenn of Castile, one daughter, one brother, Chorles of Castile. Friends moy coll at the Harmon Funerol Home, Castile, N.Y.

Monday and Tuesday. Services Wednesday, Oct. 5 at 2 m. Interment, Grace Cemetery, Costlle. WE EKES Saturdoy, Oct.

1, 1960, Albert A. Weekes of 92 Fieldwood Dr. He Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mary Weekes; one stepson, Gary Willis. Friends moy call at Myers Funeral Home, 14 Oregon from 2-4 and 7-9 m.

Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 4, ot 2 0 clock In St. Simon Episcopal Church, Oregon St Interment, Oakwood Cemetery, Pen-field, N.Y. ORIN Winifred tuddenl of tier Home, 1" Poplar Sept. 30, I960.

She i Wvlved by her lister, Mrs. Kate J. Curtice, ievtral nieces and neohews. Friendt moy coll ot Holla-leory Funerol Home, 1254 Mt. Hop 7-9 p.m., where tervlcet will be hud Monday morning at 10 a.m.

Interment Mt. Hope Cemetery. AHA James S. Aha aged 41 years, of 315 Lourelton suddenly, Sunday, Od. 2, IWO.

urvived by his wife, Glodvs Aha; his son, James H. Aha; his daughter, Mrs. Daniel (Marie) Drooone; his jteo-son, D. Ronald Knart; six grandchildren; his sister, Mi Catherine M. Aha, and by his brother, George J.

Aha. Notice of funerol later. AIKIN Burt Aikln, 405 POrsellt suddenly Oct. 1, I960. He Is survived by his wife, Adella Evans Aikln; one daughter, Mrs.

Maurice Burton of Seottte, one son and daughter-in-law, Mr. ond Mrs. Richard M. Evons; five grandchildren; two greatgrandchildren; one brother, Julius Aikin of Buffalo, Y. Mr.

Aikln wos a member of Genesee Lodge, IOOF; Genesee Falls Lodge 509, and Temple Court of the Amaranth. Friends may call 2-5 and 7-9 ot the Frank Ashton Funerol Home, 1211 Culver where funerol services will be held Tuesday morning of 10 o'clock. Interment Royalton Mountain Ridge Cemetery, Royalton, N.Y. IASOM Laurie Annette, suddenly, Sept. 29, I960, oge five months ot 2495 East Henrietta daughter of Dr.

and Mrs Richard R. Bosom. Besides her parents she Is survived by her paternal ond maternal grandparents; several ounts and uncles. Friends may call of Holla-Learv Funeral Home, 1254 Mt. Hope Ave.

after 7 m. ond 3-5 and 7-9 p.m., Saturday ond Sunday, where services will be held Monday morning at 11 o'clock by Rev. Freemont Chopmon. Interment, Ever green Cemetery, Corfu, N.Y. Friends wishing may contribute to the Heart Fund fi ANGER-Sunday, Oct, 1960, Al- phonse A.

Belonger of 704 Woodbine au Survived by one son, Edward A. Belonger; one sister, Manning of Schenectady Mrs. George eight grond- children. Mr. Belonger was a member of the Holy Nome Society of St.

Monico's Church. Friends may call Monday evening 7 to 9 and Tuesday 12 to 5 and 7 to 9 m. at the Funeral Home of Davidson Brothers, 197 Genesee corner Barton St. Funeral Wednesday morning al 9:30 o'clock and 10 o'clock at St. Monica's Church.

Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. BEMIS Thursday, Sept. 29, 1960, Hor-ence P. Bemis of 1825 Penfield Rd. Survived by her sons, Morris and Clarence Bemls; her daughters.

Mrs. William Rowe, Mrs. Edward Dedee, Mrs. Phillip Kilgras; brothers. Dr.

A. B. Patterson ond John Patterson; her sister, Mrs. William A. Adams; thirteen grandchildren; ter, great-grand children.

Friends may call from and 1-9 ot the Anthony Funeral Chooel 2305 Monroe Ave. where services will be held 11 a.m. Monday. Interment, Oakwood Cemetery. BI'-HOP-Snddenlv, Sunday, Oct.

1960. Bertha M. Bishop, Bean Hill Road, North Bloomfield, N.Y., and formerly of Gates, N.Y She Is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Franklin (Eloise) Koepke. of Rochester; three sons, Edward G.

of Canandaigua, Harry C. of North Bloomfield, ond Glen A. of Rochester; eight grandchildren; five oreat-grandctiildren; also several nieces ond nephews. She was a member of Gates Presbyterian Church and the Baker Class oast matron Ootka Chapter O.E.S. 320, Scottsvllle, N.Y.

Also I vrt'o Wolte Club and the Order of The Bethany Shrine No. 1. Friends may call from 2 to 5 ond 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home ot Harold F. Wood, 1530 Buffalo Rd.

(near Howard Rd where funeral services will be conducted Wednesday afternoon ot 2 o'clock, Rev. Allen J. Breedlove officiating. Interment Grove Place Cem-eery. Those wishina mov mnk butions to The Memorial Fund of Gates Presbyterian Church or Ootka Chapter In her memory.

Eastern Star services Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. If Monument! Markers 508 State St. L0 2-3820 John H. 2 iUUUlJUWlJUil I Take Nigeria, for example, the world's newest inde pendent state. Independent nowadays means, of course, the leaders are tossing a coin to determine whether it is the United States or Russia that they will be dependent on.

Anyway Nigeria has a wind called the harmattan. Just what the literal translation of that is I don't know-but hazarding a Euess I would say it means dry, hot, dusty or all three. The reason being that is the type 'of wind it is. Now what does the har-imattan do to Nigeria? Well in the southern portion where it seldom penetrates, Nigeria has a climate that lhas been described as the most unhealthy in the world, which is quite a mouthful. It is characterized by heavy rainfall, thick vegetation, oozing swamps with a year-round enervating moist heat which raises havoc with Europeans.

Rut in the north it is a different story. The harmattan blows for about two-thirds of the year. From December to March there is no rain and few clouds, and i 5 Yeather Data LOCAL OBSERVATIONS The highest temperature yesterday was 47 degrees, ogalnst 87 me same day In 1927, and 43 in H99; the lowest oooinst 42 in 1891. ond 34 in 19S8. the mean 33, against 74 in 1927, ond 40 In 1899.

Normal: 54 ROCHESTER READINGS (Temperatures ond Humiditv) Tem.Hu.l Tem.Hu 44 59 42 79 41 17 59 84 55 83 53 8 .04 ..23 34 ..22 83 2 am, 4 m. 6 a.m. I a.m. 10 o.m. Noon 171 2 m.

pm. p.m. m. 82; 4 83 4 721 I 47 10 m. 44 Midnight Precipitation From Jan.

1-Oct. 2, From Jan. 1-Oct. 2, Normal 1940.. 1959..

...24 .24 Western New York, Northern Finger Lakes to Lake Ontario: Mostly sunny ond cool. High near 40. Winds westerly 1070 moh. South Central New York: Clearing, becoming foir ond cool in afternoon. High in mid-50s and 40s, Winds northwest 15-30 moh ond gradually diminishing.

Interior Eastern New York: Clearing, cool. High near 40. Deaths OSBORN On Sunday, Ocf. 1960, Mrs. Florence L.

Osborn of 243 Lotto Rd. She Is survived by four daughters, Mrs. William (Margaret) Haves, Mrs. Chorles (Ella) Fritz, Mrs. Chris (Irene) Miller, Mrs.

Kenneth (Ruth) Hinton; ten grandchildren; twenty greot grandchildren; one great great grandchild; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call from 2-5 and 7-9 at the Funeral Home of Henry D. Hol-loran Sons 141 Arnett Blvd. at Genesee St. Funeral services Wednesday afternoon.

Interment Mt. Hope Cemetery. Time announced later. I1 I I BLUME Charles F. Blume of 881 Blossom Rd on Saturday, Oct 1, 1960 He Is survived by his wife, Mary Gordon Blume; one doughter, Mrs.

Stephen (Geraidine) Boynton; a sister, Mrs Dorothy Hargrove; one brother. Nor man Blume of Madison, several nieces ond nephews. -Friends moy call ot the R. Kenneth Crawford Funeral Home, 495 Wlnton Rd. from 2-5 ond 7-9 p.m.

Service Tuesday afternoon ot o'clock. Interment, White Haven Memorial Park. CARTWRIGHT Friday, Seof. 30. 1960 Ruth M.

Cartwright of 141 Brookwood Rood. She Is survived by her nus band, Louis B. Cartwright; two dauoh ters. Eleanor L. Cartwright and Martha C.

Crooo; three grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs Esther Case ot Rochester Mrs. Lois P. Conyne of Canon, daigua. Mrs. Marian P.

Davis ot Geneva; her brother, Irvin Pierce, many meces and nephews. Friends are Invited to attend Me morial services Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock ot the First Unlversallst Church corner of Court St. ond Clinton Ave. S. Friends wishing moy contribute to the Rodiation Therapy Fund of Strong Memorial Hospital or the Memorial Fund of the First Unlversallst Church.

Arrangements by Hedges Memorial Chapel, University Ave. DAVISON Eugene N. Davison of 921 Woodbine Ave. on Oct. 2.

I960. He Is surv.ved by his wife, Margaret Rider Davison; his daughter, Mrs. Walter (Dorothy) Lambert; two sisters, Mrs. Harriet Austin and Mrs. Nellie Spring; two brothers, Herbert ond William Davison, both of Conandalgua; four grandchildren; several nieces ond neohews.

He wos a member of the Holy Name Society. Friends may call at N. J. Miller's Son Funeral Home, 1625 Mt. Hope Ave.

3.5 and 7-9 p.m. Reauiem funerol Moss Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock In St. Monica's Church. "Those who wish moy have Masses offered fo rthe repose of his soul." DONOHOE Saturday, Oct. 1, 1960, James V.

Donohoe, age 46 of 210 Devonshire Dr. Surviving ore his wife, Constance (Day) Donohoe; one son, James; one doughter, Morv Catherine; his mother, Mrs. Mary Donohoe; two brothers, John F. and Thomas B. and one sister, Mary Elizabeth Donohoe.

Friends may call Sunday from 7-9 pm. ond Monday and Tuesday from 2-5 ond 7-9 m. at L. W. Maier's Sons, 870 Clinton Ave.

No. Services, Wednesday morning at 9:20 from Maier's and 10 o'clock at St. Thomas More Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Friends wishing may contribute to the Cancer Fund or have Masses offered for repose of his soul.

DUNCAN Friday, September 30, 1960, ot the Batavla Veteran Hospital, Earl T. Duncan, of 5 Westminster Pk. He ts survived by his wife. Myrtle Weld Duncan; two brothers, Roy and Frank Duncan, both of Seattle, Washington Friends may call at Hedge Memorial Chapel, University where services will be held Monday morning ot 11:00 o'clock. Interment, Mt.

Hooe Cemetery. Friends wishing may contribute to the Leukemia Research Fund of Batavia Veteran Hospital. ELLIS Oct. 1, 1960 in this city. Edward M.

Ellis. Surviving are several n-ers and nephews. Friends are Invited to call from 2-4 ond 7 9 m. ot the Charle: L. Ycui.s love Funeral Home, 1511 Dewev Ave.

Services, Tuesday morning at 8:15 ond 9 o'clock at St. Patrick's Church Interment, Hoy Sepulchre Cemetery. GILLETTE Frank E. Gillette of 156 S. Main Fairport, N.Y., Oct.

2, 1960. He Is survived by his wife, Beulah; one daughter, Mrs. Howard Aldrldoe of Fairport; three sons, Cloir of New Jersey, Etwin of Holcomb, Charles of California; eleven grandchildren, one great-grandson ond niece. Friends may call Monday from 7-9 0 Tuesday from 2-4 ond 7-9 p.m. at the Emery Funeral Home, Fairport, where services will be held Wednesday at 1 Rev.

Harold F. off I-cating. Interment in South Permian Cemetery. Those wishing may contribute to the Fairoort First Methodist Church Memorial Fund. LA DELIA Saturdoy, Oct.

1, 1960, Charles LaDelia of 77 Ambrose St. Survived by three daughters, Mrs. Chorles (Frances) Cordaro, Mrs. Charles (Josephine) Rlenhordt ond Mrs. William (Eleanor) Comeau; nine grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs.

Vincent (Flloplna) Caternolo ond Mrs. Michael (Mary) Solamone; one brother, Alfonso La-Delia; several nieces and nephews. A member of the Caltonisetta Society. Friends may call ot the funeral home of Vito Cimmo Sons, 969 Plymouth Ave. N.

from 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. Services Wednesday, Oct. 5, 1960, at 8:30 a.m. and 9 o'clock ot St. Anthony's Church.

Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Craves from $70 Our Purchase l'lan Makrj Ruyinrr F.asy LU 6-3230 ZFuLJXJ v. UNBS TO COEIflEVl FRITZ Fririnv. nt tft IfeUI Ukl Londer Fntt of 530 Eost Ave widow or ur. Arrnur Fritz.

She survived by her brother, Raymond A. Lander; twe niere nnW tun n.nhM,t Private services and Interment were nwa ot me convenience of the family. Arrangements by Hedges Memorial tnaoei university Ave. HADDLETON Entered Into rest Oct. 1, ivwi.

i-rann h. Hoddieton 101 Marlborough Rood. He Is survived bv tin -t) L. Hfddleton; three douoh- AAevus. Mis Jean Hoddieton and Mrs.

Harry son, Herbert and Edward Hoddieton; one sis'er, Mrs. Thmr-s G'odv end one brother, Har-vey J. Haddleton of St. Petersburg, seven orandchldiren; two orect-trrndchiidren, evei-al nieces ond neohews. mAmsr Pioneer and Foreman's Clubs of Kodak raric, volley lodge No.

109 mM ond Hamilton Chaoter No. 41 R.A M. Friends mov call ot Corbett Funeral Home, 109 West Avenue from J-i ond 7-9. Service. Wednesday morning ot 11 o'clock.

Interment In Riverside Cemetery. Mosonic service, Tuesday evening at o'clock. HAWLEY Entered Into rest Oct. 1 ,1940. Louis B.

Howley of 144 Arnett Blvd. He Is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Harold (Mary) Knitter and Mrs. Chorles (Elva) McCue of Belmont, Massachusetts; two sisters, Mrs. Mae Farrell and Mrs.

Elizabeth Lora; three grandchildren; several nieces ond neohews. He was member of the Retired Fireman's Benevolent Association. Friends may call at Corbett Funeral Home, 109 Wesf from 2-5 ond 7-. Service Tuesday morning at 8:30 ond o'clock from St. Augustine's Church.

Interment In Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. JOHNSON-Roy E. Johnson of 17 Rose-lawn Fairport, N.Y., Oct. 2, 1940. He is survived by one sister Mrs.

Frank SDringett, of Phelps, N. several nieces ond neohews. Friends may call Monday from 7-9 Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. of the Emery Funerol Home, Fairport, where services will be held Wednesday ot 3 m. Rev.

Alvln C. Foster officiating. Interment In White Haven Memorial Park. KOLB-Frank J. Kolb of the Normandy Apartments, 253 Alexander Sunday, Seot.

4, 1940. Surviving ore his wife, Frida Kolb; his son, Joseph two sisters, Mrs. Leonard (Anna) Cross, Mrs. Florence Grossl; three brothers, Nelson, Leo ond Edward Kolb; three grandchildren and several nieces ond neohews. Friends are welcome to coll ot Bender 301 Alexander from 3 to and 7 to 9.

Funeral services Wednesday morning ot 8:15, and ot St. Helen Church, Hinchev at o'clock. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. LICATA Marlanna (age 93) of 59 Clear-brook Dr. on Ocf.

1, 1960, widow of the late Salvatore Llcata. She Is survived by four sons, Salvatore, Jomes V. of Chicago, Rudolph B. ond Alfred Licata, also the late Mrs. John (Pos- auallna) Sturlale and Mrs.

Tlllie Clm, no; twenty grandchildren ond thirty- five great-grandchildren, several nieces and neDhews. Friends are requested to coll at the Jesse D. Cimino Funeral Home, 221 Central Park from 2-5 and 710 m. Funeral services will be conducted on Wednesday, 1:30 ond 2 p.m. ot the Christ Presbyterian Church ot Fulton Ave.

ond Locust St. Rev. Ernesto Mer-lantl will officiate. Interment, Mt. Hope Cemetery.

MAYEU Entered Into rest en Saturday, Oct. 1, 1940, Mary Maveu of Boyd Sodus, N. Y. She It survived by one son, Lewis Moyeu; two daughters, Mrs. Sherman Lake ond Mrs.

Gordon Buerman; eleven grandchildren. Friends mov call from 3 to 3 and 7 to 9 at the Young Funeral Home, West Main Williamson, and after 11 o'clock Tuesday morning at the Sodus Reformed Church where services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Moon Cemetery. MAW Wallace, in Rochester, Sunday, Oct. 2, 1960, of 159 Utica Brock-port.

He is survived by one son, W. Fowler Mow; three grandchildren, Norman, Marine and Ronald Maw; one sister. Miss Lillian Maw, all of Brock-port; several nieces and nephews. Friends may coll ot the Fowler Funeral Home, 52 State Brockoort, Monday evening from 7 to Tuesday from 3 to 5 ond 7 to 9. Funeral services Wednesday, Oct.

ot 2 o'clock. Interment In Lakevlew Cemetery, Brockport. MENDELSON Dr. David B. Mendelson of 47 Walden ot the Park Avenue Hospital Saturday, Oct.

1, 1940. He Is survived by his wife, Margaret; one son. Dr. Karl Manders of Indianapolis, ind; one daughter, Mrs. Murray Smith of Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.; four grandchildren, two nieces.

Funerol services will be held from the Mt. Hope Cemetery Chapel Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. No prior visitations. Arrangements by Nusbaum Funeral Home. MINSTER Mrs.

John F. Minsler of 14 Iroquois Rd Caledonia, on Oct 1. She is survived by five sons, Elwood Lester; Dr. J. Carlton, Glen Foils; Curtis Caledonia; Dwight Scotrs-ville; Gailord South New Berlin.

The fomily invites friends to call ot the Jenkins Funeral Chooel, Caledonia, where funeral services will be held Tuesday, 2 p.m.. Rev. Donald C. MacLeod officiating. Interment Garbuft, NY.

OWENS On Sunday, Oct. 2, 1960, George H. Owens of 31 Luella St. He Is survived by his wife, Marlorie L. Owens; one son, Richard J.

Owens; Mrs mother, Jennie Owens ond a brother, Karl M. Owens, both of Riverside, a sister, Mrs. Florence Freudenvoll of Fairoort; also one grandson, Glenn William Owens. Friends may coll at the R. Kenneth Crawford Funeral Home, 495 Winton Rd.

Monday 7 to 9 0 Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Mosonic service by Ancient Croft Lodge No. 943 Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. Funeral service Wednesday afternoon ot 2 p.m. Interment, White Haven Memorial Pork.

Friends wishing may contribute to the Heart Fund. PAPA-Soturday, Oct. 1, 1960, Fred Papa of 611 Glenwood Ave. He is survived by his wife, Concetto (DeCarlls) Papa; his daughter, Mrs. Donald (Rosalie) Delia Velio; one grandson, Donald Delia Vella Jr.

Friends may call at the John M. Hedges Funerol Home, corner of Culver Rd. and Empire from 25 and 7-9. Services Tuesday morning ot 8:40 and 9:15 clock at Holy Rosary Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

)GUE Harlman H. Pogue ot 83 Santee Wednesday, Seot. 28, 1960. in Upton, Long Island. He is survived by his wife, Lillian Metz Pogue; two sons, Hortman Jr.

and Alwin E. Pogue; three sisters, Mrs. Wllhom (Rita) Scarlett, Mrs. Warren (Ada) Fountain, Mrs. Justin (Eno) Titus; one brother, Leslie B.

Pogue; four grandchildren, several nieces and neohews. He was member ot Rochester Lodge No. 440 F8.AM. Friends may call at the Frederick W. Mulroney Funerol Home, 2729 Dewev Ave.

Calling hours 2 to 4 and to 9. Masonic services Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Services Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment, White Haven. PROBER Minnie Desyn Prober ot 14 South Avenue, Fairoort, New York.

Oct. 1, I960. She is survived by her husband, Charles; four daughters, Mrs Dorothy Plumb ot Macedon; Mrs. Lena Semmler ot Spencerport, Mrs. Hilda De Lue ot Marion, Mrs.

Edith Hollings of Fairport; two sons, Carl of Clyde, Ernest of Manchester; five sisters and one brother; forty-six grandchildren; thirty-seven great-grondchildren. Friends may call Sunday from 1-9 p.m., Monday from 2-i and 7-9 m. at the Emery Funeral Home, Foirport. Services at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Foirport. Tuesday at 2 m.

Interment In Macedon Center Cemetery. Those wishing, moy contribute to the Bethlehem Lutheran Church Memorial Fund. REYNOLDS Entered Into rest, Oct. 2, 1940, Louise G. Reynolds, formerly ot Thomns widow of the late Frank S.

Reynolds. She is survived by ont doughter, Mrs. Gerard (Lois) Brien; one sister, Mrs. Albert Proudtoot; one niece, Mrs. James Beatty; two neohews She was a member ot the Lutheran Church of the Reformation.

Friends moy call ot Corbett Funerol Homes, 109 West Ave. from i to 3 ond 7 to t. Service, Tuesday ott ernoon of 2 o'clock. Interment, Mt Hope Cemetery. SMITH In Cannndoiguo on Saturday Oct.

1, 1940, Arthur H. Smith of 91 Gibson St. He Is survived by his wife, Agnes Barry Smith; olso several cousins. Friends may call at the John C. Johnson Funerol Home, 47 North Main St Canandaigua from 7-9 m.

on Sunday, from 2-5 ond 7 p.m. on Mon day where services will be held Tues day, Oct. 4 ot I m. Interment, Wood Inwn Cemetery. The Rev.

Richard H. Bowen officiating. CAUSES AND IIS humidity is low. Sounds like a good climate doesn't it? Well, don't be in a hurry to pack your bags. For one thing, the harmattan gets its characteristics from the not-so-distant Sahara, so it is a hot, dry wind; so hot and dry, in fact; that leaves shrivel on trees, rivers dry up and the dust is so plentiful that clear air is a rarity despite the absence of clouds.

But despite this, the climate is bearable for the European, with a 70-degree mean temperature in January. The real hot season in the north starts in April and continues through June. The harmattan still blows from the northeast and the low humidity makes the 90-de-gree mean temperature bearable. In June the harmattan ceases to blow and southwest winds set in. The air then is almost saturated with moisture, and rain falls daily.

Rivers which had dried up now flood. The rain last till about September and then slowly the harmattan begins to reassert itself so that by December life becomes easier and more dusty again. qho ts a trod JOEL MeCftEA a IN A SERIES SHOWING THE COMMUNITY EM- NO. 4 EELLI5HMENT5 AND MONUMENTS AT WHITE HAVEN MEMORIAL FARK. vatch for your copy mailed this week to 6,250,000 homes in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

MHkCI :1 1 ftltoe IhsiLrDcflisoelc tin LOCATED in Section the Garden of Meditation is a beautiful garden spot this time of year, as it is always. The open Bible is of Gorham Bronze, the pedestal and meditation bench are of Rock of Ages granite. You are invited to visit White Haven any time. Founded in 1929 at one pr mm it is l. i 1 with arums woetw Bin MWII til lirilfl''-' ruillH'tniirtiJ yroeiTQor odea! Permanently Mninlninrd Park Plan Cemetery Operating Under the Law of the.

State of A pic York SnH Coupon hpnio for detaili vtlhout obligation WORLD PREMIERE (I The Kind of film the world it wrtma. to tee: It portray the America to which the whole world can end will retpond. 77 MILLION HOMES RECEIVED IT In 25 languages on 5 continents the homes of Britain, France. W. Germany, Switzerland.

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WHITE HAVEN MEMORIAL PARK, Pittsford, N. Y. GEMTLEMEy I am inlcrcnted in lnmuing more nhmtt your VreXerd Purchase Plan. NAME STREET CITY STATE CROWNING EXPERIENCE Starring MURIEL SMITH ANN BUCKLES LOUIS BYLES Technicolor WARNER Theater, Broadway at 47th New York OPENING OCT. 22-ccntinuou at popular price.

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