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Democrat and Chronlcl I Jt II 'JtUL $1 63 ,21 2 Estate Left nocnesier, in. tLJ June 26, 1955 61 Balsam ABRAHAM EJiiatwth Shutte Abraham. JGATFS teon M. Gate. June 15, 196.

aged 92 year. Monday, June 1JV. are two daughters, Mrs. Harry (Rosel vived by his ite. Gladys M.

He is sur. Gates', two Keuka Lakefront Owners to Fight New Tax Levies daughters. Mrs. Robert Glaser. Mrs.

By Russian Immigrant FURNITURE FOR SALE BEDROOM lullo. 1 piaco blond Prima Vara linlih. II you aro lookina tor a A newly formed group of Keuka lakefront property own real attractive boauty bodroora suit don't overlook this elloi lull an bookcaaa bod, chost and Mr. and Mr. drotsor with a roal lovoly alio mirror.

Fdward Ragan of Sracuse: on son, Alvin I Gaies: five grandsons; one sister, Mrs. Carrie Coleman of Lock-port; two brothers. Harold D. Gales of St. Louis, Fred Gates of Albion, N.Y.

Friends may call at the Frank Avhton Funeral Home. 1211 Culver Tues-day and Wednesday. 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m.. where funeral services wll be conducted by pastor Fred Mcl can Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment, White Haven Memorial Park.

Gl'GLIZZA Josephine (Palmisono). Survived by her husband. John, of Astoria, L.I.; one son, Robert Palmisono, of Rochester; two grandchildren, Roberta and Leonard: thiee sisters, Mrs. Mary Gronota. Mrs.

Jenny Corducci of Rochester and Mrs. Mone Cunniu of Brooklyn. Reposing at Astoria Funeral Home, Rq. pries J179. sal pries IS 1.

00. Y. you can have terras, Opoa tvory niqht until 10 P. M. Rubens Discount Ware Berthold M.

Eidlin, Russian-born immigrant who settled in Rochester in 1929, left a net estate of $163,212, according to appraisal for tax purposes filed yesterday afternoon in Surrogate's Court. The gross estate was listed at $309,145. Debts totaled $23,047 of the insur-including $118,001 in promissory ance, a summer cottage at Can-notes that were due to Central andaigua Lake which she sold Trust secured by stocks, jfor S20.000, and the jointly- Mr. Eidlin died March 17, owned Brighton home which 1954, in Miami Beach, at she also sold and in which the the age of 51. His home was estate's equity was listed at at R8 Palriirrston Brichton.ll.See.

She also was willed Sifww itfw Hifh tiwiflntuiii UanliJ 90 1 292 Eaat Aro. BEDROOM suit lovoly plocoa, roq. $100.00 valuo. balo prico SJS.30 Skinner of this city and Mrs. Everett Brown of New Hampshire; three grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

Friends are welcome to call at Bender Brothers, 301 Alexander from 3 to 3 and 7 fo 9 p.m. r-uneral servn.es Thursday. June 28. W6. at 2 p.m.

Interment in Brighton Cemetery. ALESSI (OllisV Joseph, 128 Northview June 1W6. He leaves his wife, Mary; to brothers, Paul, Val; five sisters, Mrs. Joseph (Mary) 1m-burgia. Mrs.

Paul (Jennie) Leta. Mrs. Cosmo (Ann) Cira), Mrs. Richard (Angela) Beck, Mrs. James (Lucille) Buda; several nieces, nephews.

Funeral from the Al J. Gabello Funeral Home. 448 N. Clinton Thursday 8:30 a.m.-9 a.m. at St.

Michael's Church. Interment Holy Sepulture Cemetery. B.VCNALI. June :5. Florence M.

Bagnall, of Bay St. Surviving are two daughters. Mrs. William (Blanche) Siahley. Miss Irene Bangall; one granddaughter, Mrs.

James (June) Scorse; one great-grandson. Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Charles L. Younglove Funeral Home. 1511 Dewey Ave.

Services Thursday at 11 a.m. Rev. Arthur M. Adams. D.D.

officiating. Interment Falls Cemetery. BF ARE Sat. June 13, 1956. Frank A.

Beare of Lima N.Y. Survived by his wife. Anna Zulouf Beare; two sons. KOKEl'ASl Rain is expected today from Texas northward through the Great Plains and eastward to the Appalachians and south Atlantic states. It will be cooler in the East from Maine to Virginia.

(AP Wirephoto Map). each. Yoa. you can have tornia, 10.00 down and S3.00 every week. Opea ers yesterday studied plans to seek" a court injunction to prevent Barrinston Town Board and assessors from levying new-assessments.

The property owners, including some from Rochester, face assessment increases averaging 250 per cent. At a meeting Sunday the group, known as the East Lake Road Taxpayers voted to retain counsel this week to seek an injunction. It was pointed out that this is the first year the lake shore home owners were not rep nnjMs until 10 P. M- Rubena Discount Warehouse, 292 East Ave. 27-07 30th Ave.

Funeral SEA PEARL Grey Chest, dreseer. The 1 i i cfr June 27. Interment. Astoria. L.

I Up uia a na He was a partner with twoi" income a trust Weather Data Aim, "nobVT. cTthbeVt Burlington brothers in B. M. Eidlin 4 Presenting one-half the re operator of a commercial photo-! mainder estate, with invasion graphic studio at 77 St. Paul principal if necessary to give Ave.

She is survived by her husband, William L. Culftbert; two daughters, Mis. Collins Carpenter of Canandaigua, Mrs. Walter T. Holmes; her son.

Wil- LOCAL OBSERVATIONS The highest temperature yesterday was and president of Monroe 7i degrees, against 97 the same day in at the samel A son, Michael B. Eidlin. 10, 1V52. and e.7 in 1872; the lowest J.v resented on the three-man asses- uriHrc central Pn is wun nis inuuier intorai against 72 in 1894, and 47 in 1884; the mean 64. against 8' in 1952, and 58 in Atlantic City Roston fhiilalo Chicago Denver Detroit Duluth Fort Worth Kansas City I os Angeles Miami New Orleans executor and trustee under thejGabIes.

was lc.ft $21,064 of thejsors board. 1881. Normal is f9. o'clock at Hedges Memorial Chapel, University where services will be held Wednesday morning at II o'clock. Interment, Mt.

Hope Cemetery. ROCHKSIFR (Temperatures and Humldit.il will. Liebschutz, Sutton De-' nuranre, a in-Leeuw are the estate's attor-i terst. a H13' ns William and Edward, both of Lima; 69 17 60 87 60 74 60 70 61 87 60 73 41 64 7': loo 71 92 58 81 76 89 72 9t t.9 84 67 85 74 10' 61 77 67 sM) 72 9 68 87 Team to Provide Aid GORDON At his home on Sunday, vn oran-hilHren! One SISter. MrS.

IQSfc trull- I f.nr.lnn n( A a uuiiuuiK at o-du union ai. To Orleans Migrants 2 a.m b9 77' 2 p.m bl h5 4 a.m f.8 S.V 4 p.m 71 52 S41 A 71 4 Harry Pinck of tnKiana: one nroinci tlectnc dales. N.Y. He is sur- lc anrl hpnrfit nf a trust nf thr Henry of Canada; several nieces and vived by Wlle, Mrs- clar4 cordpn. The net and gross figures .91 a ITUSt 01 me New York City The Orleans County migrant nephews.

daustuers. Mrs. Harold (Mabel) Kpfnre deduction of S3 783 fcd-i vl i''i'" ev a.m 851 8 p.m 71 44 Philadelphia Smith. Mrs. Clarence (Helen) Sage; one Phoenu 10 a.m 65 80 10 p.m 58 son, Harold Gordon; eleven grandchild eral tax and $686 state tax, ac-rordinz to the DaDers filed with Noon 55 82 ren: live great-grandchildren tate, principal to go to him at the age of 30.

On Mrs. Eidlin's death, any remainder of her trust fund will be added to the Pittsburgh St. Louis Tampa ashington workers service team of three adult supervisors and eight volunteer college student workers will arrive in Albion Tuesday, July 3, for a ten-week pro Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 loU Michael Rocers bv 9 at Henry D. Halloran Sons uneral I surrogate Wicnaei la. XlOgers uy Precipitation none 1 June 17.67 1 June '55 12.65 Normal 15.46 Interior Eastern New York: Fair.

Jioger uarKe, suie lax at Home, 341 Plymouih Ave. South. Funeral services Wednesday afternoon at son's share. 2 o'clock. Interment, Mt.

Hope Cem moderately cool; high 65 in north to 75 in south. etery. torney. Among items in the estate were $77,305 life insurance proceeds and $169,889 in stocks and bonds. bed ie the new look full sue.

This set is well worth $200.00. Yours lot 40o oil. $120.00. Pay JS.00 down, then weekly on the balance. Open every niqht until 10 P.M.

Rubena Discount Warehouse, 292 East Ave. BURL- Walnut Jamestown Bedroom suite, rea. $400.00, set like new will sacrifice lor $95.00. This oedroom suite must be seen to be appreciated. Open every niqht until 10 P.

M. Rubena Discount Warehouse, 292 Eaat Ave. KITCHEN chrome-dinette "aetTIMa Is a trade-in. Includes she table and 4 chrome chairs in Red Grey This set to qo lor $13.00. Ruben open niqhts 'til 10 P.

M. 292 East Ave. CHROME dinetts set with pearl qrey lormica top, chairs upholstered In beautiful masland plastic. Reij. $51.95 value Sal price $27.50.

Open every niqht until 10 P. M. Ruben Discount Warehouse, 292 East Ave. SACRIFICE Black, upholstered step stools. Req.

$9.95, sal price $4.95. Rubena, 292 East Ave. lNNtRSPRlNG Mattress. Req. $39.

Sale price, $12.95. Full or twin sis. Rubens, open niqhts till 10 P. M. 17.95 Taluei mahoqany finish and limed oak.

Sale price $9.95. Rubens Discount Warehouse. Open daily 10 A. M. until 10 P.

M. 292 East Ave. SECTIONAL, 2 piece, modern tyl. For beauty see the handsome look on this set. Req.

$219.00. Sal price $119.00. Terms easily arranqed. Salesroom hours 10 A.M. 'til 10 P.M.

Ruben Discount Warehouse, 292 East Ave. LOOK this over romantically deslqned tor real eye appeal! I pjec livinq room suite in DuPont nylon. Rot color cover, Goodyear foam rubber cushions. No reasonable offer refused. Pay $5.00 down then small weekly or monthly i payments.

Rubens for deep cut rat furniture prices. Hours 10 A.M. 'Ill 10 P.M. 2S2 East Ave. gram of recreation and counselling for transient workers and their families.

The staff will New York City; Sunny with pleasant COVERED! for as low as temperatures; high 75 to 80. serve workers throughout Or HAMES Entered into rest at her home, 614 E. Ridge Road. West Webster, N.Y.. Monday, June 23.

1956. Hulda E. Hames, aged 89 years. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Olads Stevens; Tempzraturzs The widow, Mrs.

Frances W. Eidlin, now of Coral Gables, inherited outright $68,862, Low leans County. VICINITY DEATHS William F. Durkin, 79, of Mur one grandson, Donald Mcvens; and great grandchildren, Edward and Donald High 7.1 77 92 A. A.

Erlcson Estate Totals $263,375 Net Arthur A. Ericson, 70, of 449 Van Voorhis Irondequoit, who died Aug. 18, 1954, left an estate appraised at $263,375 net and $272,593 gross. Mr. Ericson headed the Rochester branch of E.

J. Eddy 25 Washington St. wholesale dealers in insulation. His estate ROCHESTER 62 Albany I 68 Atlanta 7J Friends may call at O'Connell Funeral Home. 3 West Main Lima, from 2 to 3 and 7 to 9 p.m., where funeral will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m.

Interment, Honeoye Falls Cemetery. BROOKS Entered into rest, Saturday. June 23. Elizabeth M. Brooks of 18 Walton widow of Charles E.

Brooks. She is survived by two daughters. Mrs. Jay (Beulah) Hastings of Wavland, N.Y., and Mrs. lrma Reis-rnaii of Rochester; one son.

Barton J. Brooks of this city: four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. Friends are invited to call at the T). Bernard O'Brien Funeral Home, J7 Thurston Rd. Funeral services Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.

The Rev. James D. B. Hubbs ofliciating. Interment, Mt.

Hope Cemetery. BROWN Lester, of Victor, N.Y. Suddenly, June 23, 1956. He is survived by his wife, Phoebe Foster Brown: one dauchter, Elsie: one son, Norman; his mother. Mrs.

Charles Brown; two sisters. Mrs. Dorothy Stackhouse and Mrs. Suanne Richart; four brothers, Chal-mer, Melsin, Harold, Charles all of Pennsylvania; several aunts and uncles, nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Cotton funeral Home, 26 Maple Victor, where services will be held Wednesday Jr.

Friends may call at her home where services will be held on Wednesday Deaths Pi wee'c ray, died yesterday. He former afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment in ly worked at Kodak Park here West Webster Cemetery. and was a member of the Roch KAISER Entered into rest in Buffalo MC SOHLEY Entered into rest. June 24, Pamela Cushman McSorley, aged 7 months, of 38 San Mateo Rd.

She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. McSorley; cne ester Moose Lodge. Among his survivors is a son, Adrian, of included $203,938 in stocks and Veterans Hospital on Sunday, June 24.

1956, Norman W. kaiser of 137 Weld St. He is survived by his wife, Mildred kaiser; two daughters, Norma and Margaret; two sons, William' and Vincent; also his mother. Mrs. Margaret kaiser.

Rochester. SISter. Deborah. hnnrfc omnnn 4Viom J1l' cVi-aroc -A memorial service will be at Arlington. Tuesday, at the ui uie r.uuy vumeiii aypiaiscu Our Lowest Prices! Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m.

at the Mengcs Funeral Home, at $66,666. The insulation com i convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers friends wishing may contribute to the memorial hymnal fund of Park-minster Church. Arrangements by pany stocks were willed to a son, William H. Ericson, 138 309 Portland Ave.

Services Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock and 9 o'clock at Corpus Chnsti Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Mt. Airy Irondequoit, vice at 2:30 p.m. Rev.

Percy Frank Asher SCHITSING-Levi Schlesing of 57 Main nd manager 0 the officiating. Interment in South Perinton KELLEY Anna E. of 172 Warwick Walworth. N.Y. june .3, i.o.

Kt TERMS'. Cemetery. Courtesy of no flowers. two Stiirvivinv are his wife. Martha; Monday, June 25.

Survived by her husband Edward one son, John Edward; one brother, Ihomas McCauley of Mrs Austin Klehamer of Lincoln Rochester Trust Co is executor and trustee. Strang Rochester and Mrs. Claire Bassage of four sons. Erwin Molyneaux AND EVERY OTHER FORM of INSURANCE JAMES HAMILL Associates Inc. Scranlon, one sister, Mrs.

Charles Firnback of Rochester; two grandchil Wright, Combs, Wiser Shaw of Rochester, Wilbur, Robert and War- Bl'RGARD Entered into rest on Sun-dav, June 24, 19S6. Simlry J. Biiruxrti. of' 145 Wyand Crcs. He is survived by two nieces, Mrs.

Norbert Schied and Mrs. Wayne Boniface; also several cousins. He was a member of the 23 Year Club of American Laundry Machine Co. dren, several nieces and nephews. She Schlesing all of waiwonn; was a member ot the Gold star Mothers grandchildren; two brothers, Glenn oi Compare Our Money Difference! Don't misled by fictitious list prictsl Our small profit policy saves our customers rtal monoyl Mrs.

Vera Wheeler, Phelps, yesterday. She was a member of the Girl's Friendly Society of St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Rochester. Among survivors is a son, Chester of Rochester. Taul Caffrey, 72, Bath, Sunday.

Mrs. Laura Hoffman, Dans-ville, in Rochester yesterday. Among survivors is a daughter, Mrs. E. H.

Cunningham of Rochester. Levi Schlesing, Walworth, yesterday. Survivors include a son, Erwin Molyneaux and a daughter, Mrs. Austin Kleehamer of Rochester; two brothers, Glenn of Penfield and Forrest of Fair-port; and a sister, Isabelle Christman of Fairport. Mrs.

Alice Troop, formerly of Port Gibson, in Montclair, N. Sunday. and the Rosary Society of St. Augustine's Church. Penlield, rorrest oi rwipon, rhrictman nf Fairoort.

Friends may call from 2 to 3 and 7 to GOODYEAR foam rubber cushioned seats in this chartreus 2-pc. livinq room suite. Nylon cover, req. 1239.00 value. Make us an offer.

Term desired. Rubens Discount Wcrehouse. open every niqht '111 10 P. M. 292 East Ave.

INNER5PRINQ mattresses. Req. $39So" Sale price $11.95. This mattress the firm type that will last tor years and years. Rubens.

292 East Ave. INNERSPRING mattress for thos deslr. inq a price. Here is a barqaln for $12.50. Slightly (oiled.

Rubens Discount Warehouse, open every niqht 'Ul 10 P. M. 292 East Ave. RUBEN'S- Friends may call from 2-4 and 6-9 p.m. at the Van Horn Funeral Home appeared for the estate, which paid $12,519 federal tax and $1,266 state tax.

The widow, Mrs. E. Lorraine Ericson, inherited outright life 'insurance proceeds; $30,400 in property that was jointly owned, including the INSURANCE rairpon, wnere aciviccs 9 p.m., at the Hengstler-Menges i-unerai Home. 2793 Culver Rd. (near Ridge Rd.

Services Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment, Mt. Hope Cemetery. DAY Oscar Dav of Ionia. N.Y., in Thursday at 2 p.m.

Kev. trnesi "c.sic STORE officiating. Interment in uanwooa IP? 45 ELM ST. Rochester June 24, 195ft. Survived by SVNKALA Fntered into rest Saturday.

June 23, 1956, Michael Senkala of 15 Irondenaoit house valued at mam Northeast Ave. tie is suivivcu Friends may call at Joseph A. Murphy Funeral Home, 36J Chili from 3 to 3 and 7 to 9. Funeral services Thursday morning at 8:30 and 9 o'clock at St. Augustine's Church.

Interment in St. Francis Cemetery, Le Roy, N.Y. Friends who wish may contribute to the Heart Fund. KFKBFR Mr. Roy C.

(Ox) Kerber, ol 151 Hamilton on Sunday, June 24, 1956. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Hernadine kerber; one stepson, Guy Sullivan; his mother, Mrs. Fred kerber; three brothers, Raymond and Leonard, of Rochester, and Arthur, of North Greece; two sisters, Mrs. Muriel Landc, of Rochester, and Mrs.

Eleanor Winghart, ol Spcncerport; several nieces and nephews. He was a member of keith Miller Post, V.F.W. wife Anna: two daughters, Mrs. rnmp $27,400, and $2,376 in personal effects. HAnx 9447 Bernice) Fess and oroiny Chrysler Plymouth Dealers 26 Years Open Nites 'til Mrs.

Ericson also was willed son, Michael one brother and in Pr.ian.i- one aranddaughter. Janet, 292 EAST AVE. Opt Ivts. 'til 7 and All Day Sat. life use of two trusts.

several nieces and nephews The deceased was a member of the Mom" Coumy Powers Chapter No. 15 Disabled Mrs. Evelyn Kirby Leaves his wife Lucy, one sister, Mrs. O. W.

Diver of Rochester, also several nieces and nephews. Friends call Tuesday evening at the Merlon H. kavs Funeral Home, 59 Monroe Honeoye Falls where services will be held Wednesday June 27 at II a.m. Rev. C.

Lacy Van Norman officiating. Interment Ionia Cemetery. Courtesy of no flowers. Dl RKlSj William aced 79. at his residence on the Ridpe Road, Monday, June 25.

He is survived by his wife, May Waters Durkin; one son, Adrian, Rochester; one daughter, Marie Durkin, Hollev. Friends may call at the Verrill Funeral Home. 39 Geddes Holley. Estate of $271,612 American veterans anu ms iu.uu ican Citiren Club. Friends may call at the R'chard L.

Felerski Funeral Home. 1005 Hudson Ave. Funeral services will be held Tues Mrs. Evelyn T. Kirby, 73, of REDDY KILOWATT AND SPEEDY THERM SAY, Friends may call at L.

Schauman's Sons 370 Penfield Brighton, who day morning. June 2ft, ra o'clock and 9:30 o'clock at St. Stanislaus 609 Clinton Ave. from 2 to 3 and 7 to 9 o'clock. Services on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.

Interment in died Aug. 2, 1954, left, an estate "FROl1 ft! OWING LAWNS Mt. Hope Cemetery. In lieu of flowers friends wishing to may contribute to The appraised at $260,383 net ana $271,612 gross. Church.

Interment, MOiy acpuicm Cemetery. WALKER Nettie Smith Walker, of 198 Oxford on June 24, 1956. She hv her dauahter. Clara tj. Heart Fund, 973 East BR 3540, KRAI SF Clarence Krause.

of 61 Wil Tuesday evening from 7 to 9 and Wednesday 2 to 3 and 7 to 9. Services will be held there Thursday. June 28, at 2 p.m. Interment, Riverside Cemetery, sonia on Sunday, June 24, 1956. Walker; her sister, Mrs.

Luther Evans and two nieces and a nephew. She was a charter member of South Avenue Bap He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Bertha Rochester. Her husband, Thomas turny, now of Powers Hotel, inherited $157,631. A sister, Miss Lois E.

Tracy of Seneca Hotel, was willed 102,756. The estate figures are before deducting HCHFI.BERGFR Sunday, June 24. tist Church and tne women i oucic.j. The family invites friends to call at J. Miller's Son Funeral Home.

706 krause; one sister, Miss Clara Krause; one uncle, Henry Krause; also several nieces and nephews. Mr. Krause was a member of Brotherhood of St. Johns Lutheran Church, Alliance Encampment 122 federal tax and $1,251 state tax. The husband is executor.

South between the Hours or J-3 and 7-9. Services Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with interment in Mt. Hope Cemetery. Friends may contribute No. 165 I.O.O.F.

Friends may call at Schauman's Sons 609 Clinton Ave. N. from 2 to 3 MacFarlane, Harris, Dankoff Martin appeared for the estate. to the Soutn Avenue uapnsi Memorial Fund. WESTON Suddenly.

Monday, June 25, The husband share included toss (iertrude D. Weston ot 3vJ cul ii nn i ri i i iihiii mm i nil and 7 to 9 o'clock. Services on Wednesday afternoon at 3:13 o'clock. Interment at Webster Rural Cemetery. In lieu of (lowers it is requested contributions be made to St.

Johns Lutheran Church building fund in Memory of Mr. Krause. ALOW ANY Sunday, June 24, 1956, ver Rd. Survived by one son, Frank L. Weston; one daughter, Mrs.

wiinam Iard; one sister, Mrs. Agnes Greider; four grandchildren; several nieces and a $3,496 jointly-owned bank account. Listed as part of the estate was a $57,847 trust fund set up for Mrs. Kirby's life use under the will of her aunt, Mrs. Anna J.

Trimble, who died Michael Malowany ot 84 Rolh St. He TO HEATING HOUSES survived bv his wife, Mrs. Barbara nephews. Friends may call at the Burns-Hanna Malowany; three sisters in Poland; sev-eral cousins, nieces and nephews. He was a members of the Free Ukrainian Funeral Home, 1795 Kiage Kd.

between Goodman and Culver from 1956. Vola McCrea Eichelberger, widow of Prof. William Snyder Eichelberger. She is survived bv her daughter, Mrs. Bernard S.

Tallman of Lynchburg, her granddaughters. Mrs. Patrick Connelly and Bettsy Talman of l.vnchburg. her grandson. Thomas Hunter and John McCrea Eichelberger of Rochester, N.Y.: one great-grandson; a niece and a nephew.

Friends are invited to attend funeral gcrvices Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock at Hedges Memorial Chapel, University Ave. Interment at the convenience of the family. Baltimore and Washington papers please copy. FLDRFDGF. Deloj Eldredge of this city.

June 24, 1956. He is survived by Several cousins. Friends may call at -the Lewis and Holly Funeral Home, 151 Genesee St. Services Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Interment Mt.

Hope Cemetery. GRIM WOOD Tn St. Petersburg. Friday. June 22, 1956, Helen Kohler Grimwood, formerly of Rochester.

She is survived by her husband, Rev. Herbert Grimwood; three sisters, Mrs. Howard Hagaman, ake Worth. Mrs. Clarence Ager, St.

Petersburg, Mrs. Lester Slade, Rochester. Friends are invited to attend a graveside service at the family plot in Mt. Hope Cemetery Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. in 1942.

Mrs. Kirby was given 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services inurs- Society and Ukrainian-American Club. day morning at 8:30 and 9 o'clock at right to dispose of that fund by her will. St.

Salome cnurcn. in neu oi nowtu contributions may be made to the Heart Friends may call at the Paul W. Harris Funeral Home, 954 Clifford after 7 o'clock Monday evening. Paras-tas services at the funeral home Tues Fund. Real estate consisted of an WE WORK IN YOUR HOME WILDER David R.

Wilder of 81 Lin den Avenue, Monday June 25, 1956; $11,388 half-interest in the Pen-field Road home, which was sold day evening at 7:30. Funeral services Wednesday morning at 8:30 and 9 at St. Josephats Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. aged 12 years.

He is survived bv nis year ago. Stocks and bonds aggregated $176,240, including MC FARLANE John McFarlanc. sud parents, Mr. and Mrs. winara nay Wilder; two sisters.

Gertrude King and Patricia Wilder. He was a member of B'oy Scout Troop 216 and the Little I aoue Central Trust Baseball team. denly Saturday, June 23, 1956, of 204 1,230 shares of Eastman Kodak Co. common listed at $74,415. The family will receive friends at the N.

J. Miller Son hunerat Home iox Mt. Hope Avenue between the hours of 1-5 and 7-9 o'clock. Funeral services FOR Ml i) AN HOUR Thursday afternoon at 2 clock. Inter Wetmore Pk.

He is survived by nis wife, Mrs. Margaret Masterton Mc-Farlane; two sons. Edward and Gerard Brady; one daughter, Mrs. Charles (Carol) Burke: nine grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Alice Lowrie of this city, and two brothers and one sister in Scotland.

He was a member of the Holy Name Society of Holy Apostle's Church. Friends may call from 2 to 3 and 7 to 10 at Haubner Stallknecht Funeral Home. 828 Jay St. Funeral ment, Mt. Hope Cemetery.

Justice Fines Pair On Driving Charges Wheatland Peace Justice -EnBaWji I SEND ROWERS I WILLIAMS Entered into rest at Genesee Hospital June 2.1. 1956, Mrs. Clara M. Williams of 11 Hope Place. Survivors are her daughter, Mrs.

Mary R. Bullock of Rochester one; son, Cleveland De Jerome F. Davis fined a man (Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock, and and a woman yesterday on Veaux of Yamasee, S.C. fcleven grandchildren, four aunts, one uncle. Friends may call at Latimer Funeral 9 clock at Holy Apostle Churcn.

Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. ORLANDO Miss Josephine Orlando, 1 JftoLttr I I 58 LaVa Ave. BAker 9494 Home. 179 Clarissa St. Funeral Wednesday, June 27, 1956, at 2 o'clock in aged 32, died suddenly in Arnold Gregory Memorial Hospital.

Sunday, June Mt. Olivet Baptist cnurcn. inieimcm Riverside. WHITE Entered into rest. June 24.

chargesof allowing an unlicensed person to operate a motor vehicle and driving without a license, respectively. John Robert Madison, 25, of 217 Baden St. was fined $25 for allowing Sarah Roth, 33, of 18 Catharine St. to drive his car without a license on Route 2205, Wheatland. She was fined $10.

IQSfi Richard J. White of 168 Oakland St. He is survived bv his wife, Allie L. White; one daughter, Mrs. William (Maureen) Schauber; one sister.

Mrs. 24th. She leaves her father, Salvatore Orlando of Albion, N.Y.; five brothers, Dr. Thomas Orlando. D.M.D., of Albion, N.Y, Louis Orlando of Los Angeles, Samuel Orlando of Gen-eseo, N.Y., Major Michael Orlando of U.S.

Air Force, Frank Orlando of Olean. N.Y.: two sisters. Misses Mary and Lena Orlando, both of Albion, N.Y.; also several nieces and nephews. I Friends may call at the Christopher Funeral Home, Albion. N.Y., where prayer service will be held Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.

and a requiem Mass at 10:00 a.m. in St. Joseph Church, Albion. N.Y. Burial will be in new St.

Joseph Cemetery, Albion, N.Y. William Hazlett of Dublin, Ireland; two brothers. Harry T. of this city and William White of Dublin, Ireland; several nieces and nephews. Clias.

I. KEHEDY FUNERAL HOME Funerals Reasonably Priced Robert W. Rosenzweig LICENSED MGR. 1601 MAIN ST. E.

BU 7432 Friends may ca at Corbett Funeral Homes 109 West 2 to and 7 to 9 o'clock. Services Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment Mt. OFFICE FOR RENT Sublet or new lease available Aug. I.

1,000 sq. Partitioned. Wired for air conditioning. Center city. Moderate rental.

LO. 7804 Weekdays A penny an hour, that's the average cost for gas and electricity in this area. Is there anything else that gives you any service, any work, any enjoyment for as little as that? Even one cigarette smoked in an hour's time costs more. It's hard to think of something you can buy for a penny and benefit from for even a part of an hour. Yes, electric and gas service are low in cost.

But important, also, is the trend in the costs of electric and gas service. They keep going down as the chart below shows. Yes, you use more, because of the new work-saving appliances you keep adding to your home. Your bills may be higher than they were years ago, BUT the cost of each Kilowatt Hour and hundred cubic feet of gas is less than it used to be. And when you consider that Just about nothing you can mention HAS gone down in cosf over the years, but up you know that electricity and gas are the big bargains in your budget today.

Hope Cemetery, the Rev. Raymond O. Winters officiating. The family requests the courtesy of no flowers. WILINSKY Suddenly, Friday, June 22.

1956 in Los Angeles, California. Mrs. Dora Wilinsky of 241 Westminster Road, wife of the late Samuel Wilinsky. She leaves two sons, Maurice and Gerald Wilinsky; two grandchildren; three sisters. Mrs.

Charles Friedman and Mrs. Abraham Friedman of Rochester and Mrs. Leah Weinstein of Los Angeles; a brother, Albert Goldman of Cincinnati, Ohio; and several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Wilinsky is being returned to Rochester Tuesday evening.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock in the Memorial Chapel of the Parsky Funeral Home, 1125 St. Paul Street. Burial in Stone Road Cemeterv. Following the funeral the family will be at 241 Westminster Road. The courtesy of no flowers is requested.

iH ip II 1 FREE our Annual Report of company operations tn 1955. For your free copy, FRIENDLY? BST! YOUNG At his home on Monday, 676 June 25, 1956. Frank A. Young of 1174 Genesee Park Blvd. He is survived by his wife, Mrs.

Florence Young; two RESIDENTIAL GAS USE AND AVERAGE RATE Annua! Report Smtw Cm wd (tan CapmMi 2604 RESIDENTIAL ELECTRIC USE AND AVERAGE RATE ANNUA! KWM. J.04t J37 AVKACI ATI an KWM. 1931 155 ANNUAL THHMS CUSTOMH 195 Enduring, like the memory of those we love, is the comfort and pride shared by those who choose Hedges for funeral services. Why compromise with quality when Hedges quality actually costs no more? ON INSURED sons, Robert r. ol New York city, and John A.

Young of Rochester; fodr sisters, Mrs. Matilda Dillon of Horncll, Mrs. Catherine Hutchinson of Manilla. Mrs. Teresa Fredelte and Mrs.

Margaret Lattinville, both of Rochester; three brothers, Joseph and Lewis, both of Rochester, and George of Canandaigua, N.Y.; four grandchildren. He was a member of the Men's Club of Our Lady of Good Counsd Church, the Lie-derkranz Club, the Transportation Club and the Chamber of Commerce. Friends may call from 2 to 3 and 7 to 10 at Henry D. Halloran Sons Funeral Home. 141 Arnett Blvd.

at Genesee. Funeral services Thursday morning at 8:10 and 9 o'clock at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. SYSTEMATIC SAVINGS 18c 1931 AVtSACI uri rn TMBM. 1955 II START SAVING NOW! Theie char It ihote how consumption of electricity and gas has gone up and up, cost to users has gone down per kilowatt hour and per hundred feet of gas.

I HE fi Just phone LOcuit 7000, or wrif fo Department 36, Rochester $as and Electric, 89 East Avenue, Rochester 4, Nsw York. YOUR SERVICE ALWAYS AT afftlllllll ill UNIVERSITY AVENUE 2 7 I In Memoriam SWF.F.T In loving memory of our dear son Lewis, who passed away June 26, 19M. Only a memory of bygone days, And a sigh for a face unseen; But a constant feeling that God above Knows just what should have been. Ssrljv missed by Father, Mother and Brothers. SAVING LOAN ASS'N 31 E.

MAIN, ROCHESTER 109 W. MILLER, NEWARK i ifi rirhrt fa6idimiBj hASiiS idilMMMSnwwl n.iifi a ti.

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