Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on April 15, 1969 · Page 27
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w" w sr 1 f f t' r t Drafts Ahlheta. Harry J. i. Mnnrfnv- Anrfl m iau -- a iu r - ; . 1 7V7t narrr J n. o 14 Westminster Rd. He Is sur- h'5 J52?rJRichord F- Ahlhetrn; his vfuimuiiiarni, juoy ana wenay mi Prlvott services ond Interment will be held or the convenience of the tam- IIU lit liAII a! (Imuui 41a.1 ..,!.kU. may contribute to the Heart Fund In hit memory. Arrangements by Hedaes Memorial Chooe) .Inc., 770 East Main Alexander, Mary I. Formerly of Locust Haven. Lnrirner. N.Y. on April Uth, 196?. Wife of the late Clifton G. Alexander. Survived bv one niece, Mrs. Horold Llppl of W. Orange, W.J.; one nephew, Louis Pome-rov.. Friends may coll Tuesday 7-4, 7-9 p.m. oi ine pruoaen Kanat Funeral Home Inc., 242 Genesee St., Lockport, N.Y. where funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 11:00 ociock. Authaler, John On Sunday, April 13, T969, John Authaler of 241 Remington St. He is survived by his wife, Daisy Shoemaker Aurnaier; one sister, Mrs. soaa fry; and several nieces ond nephews. Mr. Authaler was a member pf Salem united Cnurdi of Christ and the Roch ester Firemen's Benevolent Association Services on Tuesday afternoon at 2 ociock or scnaumon r-uneroi Home, Inc. 2100 St. Paul St. Interment, White Haven memorial park. Blorn, Erik On Friday, April 11, 1949, Erik Blom of 511 South Lincoln Rd., East Rochester. He Is survived bv his wife, Evelyn (DIMarco) Blom; two sons, Glenn ond Neil; nis mother, Mrs. Astnd Blom, one brother and one sister, all of Stock holm, Sweden; several nieces and neon ews. Friends mav coll at Zornow Funeral Home, 21 Lincoln Ave., Pittsford, Mon-, dav 2-4 and 7-9. Services Tuesday at 2 ociock. interment in wnite Haven cem etery. Bossert, Elsie L. Elsie L. Bossert of 86 Green Knolls Drive on April 13, 1969. She Is survived ov ner nusoana, toward G. Bossert; her rimiohtw. Mm. Frfrforlrlr (Mnrlnl , Hilburger of Caledonia: her son, Roger R. Bossert: her sitter. Mr. Hnllv (Edna) Brenomen of Oregon; two Dromer, ciwooa ana yrvnie Raymond oiso ot Oregon; seven oranacnilflren; several nieces and nnhmu The family will be present 3-5, 7-9 at Miller Funeral , Homes, Inc., 1625 Mt. Hope Avenue. Requiem Funeral Mass Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock In St. Anne's Church. Interment, Holv Sepulchre Cemetery. Those who wi mav have Masses offered for the repose or ner sow. Brewer, Edith H. Edith H. Brewer of 310 Fnllecnn Pnnri Monday, April 14, 1969. She is survived dv ner. nusoana, tveren; tnree sons, William A., Thomas A., and Charles E. Brewer; her mother. Mrs. Annn P Hill; two sisters, Mrs. Alice Hallock and Miss Vera B. Hill; two brothers, Raipn a. Hill of orono, Maine and v, (.naries t. mmi, ceaar Grove, N.J.; several nieces and neohews. No prior colling hours. Friends are Invited to attend a memorial service inursaav evening at :30 at Lakeside Presbyterian Church. Kindly omit flow, ers. Friends wlshlna mav moke contri butions to the American Cancer Society In her memory. Reference Frederi'k W. Mulroney Funeral Home, 2729 uewey Avenue, Bnrbott, Mary I. (Taft) Marv I. Taft Hurbott. 194 Middlesex Road, Saturday, April 12, 1969. Be loved mother of Miss Mar e R. Bur . bott; also survived by a step-son, Raymond Stuart Burbott; one brother, Walter Taft, Rochester and one sister, Mrs. Wellington (Ella) De Lo Vergne, Drain, . Oregon; four grandsons; several greatgrandchildren; nieces and nephews. She was a charter member pf Brighton communiiy cnurcn. Friends mav call at the R. Kenneth Crawford Funeral Home, 495 Winton Rood North, Tuesday 2-5, 7-9 p.m. Funeral service Wednesday 2:00 p.m. The Kev. w. Minor crawtord officiating, interment, Oak Ridge Cemetery, South Livonia. Friends wishing may contribute to Rochester Bible Clubs, Inc., 39 Fondeller Avenue or Gospel Tabernacle Camp Fund, 288 Tremont Street. . Carli, Lena R. Lena R. Carll, aged 78, of East Main Rd., LeRoy on Saturday, April 12, 1969. Survived by her husband, Angelo D.; two daughters, Mrs. William (Emma) Reese, . East Rochester, Mrs. Orvllle (Madeline) Butcher, Lakevlew, N.Y.; five sons, John ond Fred, both of East Rochester, Manle, George and Henry, all of LeRoy; five sisters, Mrs. Mary Regonl, Dover, Delaware, Mrs. Jack Orlops, Caledonia, Mrs. Nellie Brown, Mrs. Peter Longhany and Mrs. Elizabeth Le Belle, all of LeRoy; one brother, Francis Stephanv, Caledonia; twenty grandchildren; twenty -four great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the Funeral Home of H. Steuber ond Son from 2-5, 7-9 p.m. Monday and Tuesday. Services Wednesday, April 16, 1969 at 9 a.m. from the funeral home and 9:30 at St. Anthony's Church. Burial St. Francis Cemetery, LeRoy. -FLOWERS- TRULY EXPRESS SYMPATHY THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE 58 Lake Avt. 232-2255 Free Parkins; on Premises Splits Cappizzio (Cappi), Albert Albert Capplzilo (Cocol) pf Livonia, n r., formerly or Honeoye pans, sua-denly, Aorrl 13. 1969. Survived by two brothers, Jerome of Severn Hills, Com. and Alexander of Honeove Falls also several nieces and nephews. Friends may call Monday evenlna 7-9 P.m., Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at Th Merton H. Kay's Funeral Home, 59 Monroe St., Honeoye Falls where funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2:00 p.m.. Rev. pninio Mitcnen otticiatmo. Merton H. Kavs Funeral Home. 59 imerment. Honeove Falls Cemetery. Milltory Honors by Foils Post JT664, Honeove Falls. Chicknowski, Edward ' Edward Chicknowski of Avon, N.Y., April 13, 1969. He is survived by one DTomer, micnaei cmacnowsKi ot Avon; one niece. Mrs. Marv Annls ol Livonia. Friends may coll on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the J. Leo Light Funeral Home, 40 East Main St., Avon, where a Prayer Service will be neia Tuesday evening ot 9 p.m. Funeral services Wednesday at 9:30 and 10 a.m. at St .Agnes Church. Interment at St. Agnes Cemetery, Avon, rV.Y. Cleveland, Vernabelle M. Vernobelle M. Cleveland, of 2014 West-side Drive, April 12, 1969. She Is survived by her husband, Clifford E. Cleveland; three sons, Clarence C. at Batavia, New York, Charles E. and Clifford E. Cleveland; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Klniry; one sister, Mrs. Robert (Dorette) Spindler: one brother, Elmer Kinlry of Old Bridge, New Jersey; several nieces and nephews. Friends mav call ot Corbett Funeral Home Inc., 109 West Ave., Sunday and Monday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9. Service Tuesday morning at 10:30. Interment, White Haven Memorial Park. Clifford, John John Clifford on Saturday, April 12, 1969, Ardfert, County Kerry, Ireland. He was a resident of Rocrjester from 1920 to iyj& survivea oy nis wife, Bridget; four children In Ireland; a dauahter. Mrs. . Jack (Shiela) Serbu of Rochester; a son, ur. Anarew j. ot Cornell university; three brothers. Timothy of Pittsford, Michael of Bergen and Jeremiah of Rochester, Daniel of Australia, two brothers' and one sister In Ireland; several nieces and nephews In Rochester. Funeral services and Interment In Ireland on Aoril 14, 1969. Cole, Lewis I. Lewis I. Cole, aged 67, of 90 Albion St., Holley, In Rochester, April 13, 1969. Survived by his wife, Ruth; sisters, Mrs. Frank Thorpe of Barre, Miss Doris Cole of Holley; also survived by several nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends at the Merrlll-Grlnnell Funeral Home, 39 Geddes St., Holley 3-5, 7-9 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral service Wednesday 3:30 p.m. Interment, Hillside Cemetery. Family reauests memorials to the Holley Presbyterian Church Building Fund or the Holley Emergency Squad. DeAngelis, Frances Frances De Anaells, formerly of Chaoln St. on Aoril 13, 1969. Survived by one son, Domenlc; two daughters, Mrs. James (Marv) Mlnlcl, Mrs. Anthony (Lena) xanaazzo; seven granaennaren; one sister, Mrs. Joseph (Pauline) Cen-tore of Florida also one sister In Italy; nieces and nephews. Friends may call 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the Falvo Funeral Home, Inc.. 1395 N. Goodman. Funeral service Wednesday morning 9:30 and 10 a.m. at St. Andrews cnurcn. in neu ot tiowers tnose wisning mav have Masses said for the reoose of her soul. Interment, Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Dorsey, Margaret E. Margaret E .Dorsey of 7 Miller St., April i J, ivev. ioe leaves ner nusoana, Aaron (George) Dorsey; one son, William Good; one sister, Mrs. Lois Clack ond two grandchildren. Friends may call at the Charles I. Kennedy Funeral Home Inc., 1601 E. Main St., Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral prayers Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Emens, Howard Warren Jr. Howard Warren Fmn Jr.. 111 RlnkM- lee St.. Aoril 11 1969. Beloved son of Mr. ana Mrs. Howard W. Emens Sr., grandson of Myron Emens of California, nephew of Gordon Emens; Horold, Roger, Carl Roach of Rochester ana two unciet in California; nis aunts, Mrs. Phyllis Westenhaufer; Mrs. Hazel Iseman; Mrs. Lorraine Braccle; several Cousins. He was a Vie Him Veteran. Calling hours 2-4. 7-9. Funeral from the - ai J. baoeno Funeral Home, 1270 Norton St., Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. Rev. Paul Hoover will officiate. Interment, Oakwood Cemetery. Fortmiller, John H. John H. Fortmiller, 93, of Newark, N.Y., April 13, 1969. Survived by his wife. Nettle; daughters, Margaret Fortmiller, Newark, Evelyn Fortmiller, Le Roy; -son, Louis Fortmiller, Rochester; three grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. A Memorial service will be held Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. at the Scott Funeral Home, Inc., 124 W. Miller St., Newark, N.Y. No prior calling hours. Contributions may be mode to the Park Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund or to a charity of their choice. Friz, Charles Suddenly April 12, 1969, Charles Friz of 652 Blue Spruce Dr., Webster, N.Y. He is survived py nis wire, Dmney; one son, Charles; one daughter, Karen, both of Webster; one brother, George of Churchville; one sister, Mrs. Howard (Dorothy). White of Rochester; also several nieces ana nepnews. Friends are invited to call ot the Smith and Lotze Funeral Chapel, 10 Lapham Pk., Webster. Monday 2-5, 7-9 p.m. where service will be held Tuesday ot 11:30. Interment, White Hoven Memorial Pork. In lieu of flowers those wishing may make contributions to the Rochester School of the Deaf. Gambacorta, Gary F. Gary P. Gambacorta of 520 Brlcker St. on April 12, 1969. Survived by his parents, Fronk ond Frances Gambacorta; one brother, Thomas; two sisters, Mrs. Andrew (Nancy) Campanaro, Mrs. Gene (Gail) Mastro; his grandmother, Mrs. Stephanie Bagnato; several aunts, uncles ond cousins. ' Friends mav call 2-4 ond 7-9 p.m. ot the Falvo Funeral Home, Inc., 1395 N. Goodman St. Funeral service Wednesday morning 8:30 and 9 at Annunciation Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Goodbread, Anna Monday, April 14, 1969, Anna Good-bread of 438 Grand Avenue. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Egene (Vera) Burlock ond Miss Beulah (Jerry) Van Epos; one granddaughter, Beverly Brady; two great-grandchildren, Char-mine and Susan Brady; one niece, Mrs. William Roberts of California. Friends mav call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home of Vlto Cimino & Sons, Inc., 969 Plymouth Avenue North. Services Thursday, April 17, 1969, at 2 p.m. Interment, Mt. Hope cemetery. Guadagnano, Rosa Rosa Guadagnano of 537 Lvell Avenue, April 14, 1969. She Is survived bv her husband Angeio in Italy; her son, John In Rochester; her sister, Mrs. Francesco Marcella In Chicago'; two grandchildren. Friends mav call 2-4, 7-9 ot the Bar-tolomo Funeral Home, 506 Jav Street. Funeral service Friday 8:30 and 9 a.m. at Holy Apostles Church, Interment, Holv Sepulchre Cemetery. Hoffman, Gertrude Gertrude Hoffman aged 77 of 505 University Ave., suddenly Aoril 12. 19'" She is survived bv two nephews. John C Hoffman of Rochester and Charles J. Hoffman of Chatman. New Jersey; three grandnleces and one qrandneohe'" her friend. Miss Alice Stenzel of Rochester. Friends may coll Monday evening 7-9 p.m., Tuesday 2-4, 7-7 p.m. at the Mattle Funeral Home, 853 Culver Road. Provers at the Parlors Wednesday morn-Inlgii t 8:30 followed bv a Requiem Mass at 9:00 o'clock St. Joseph's Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. . Sratlts Heim, Herman F. Herman F. Helm of 54 St. Johns Pk Sunday. April 13, 1969. He leaves his son, Elton J. Helm; two grandsons; one granddaughter; three sisters, Mrs. Elmer (Celia) Koebbe of Manchester. Mich., Mrs. Emerson (Loretta) Koebbe or Dearoorn. Mich., Mrs. Irene Browning of Brandonton. Florida: one brother. Leo Helm of Dearborn, Mich. He was a member of the Locust Club, Rochester Police Veterans Association, Holy Name society, hoiv cross cnurcn. Friends may call ot the Thomas Funeral Chapel, Inc., 454$ Lake Ave. from t-4 and 7-9, Tuesday ond Wednesday. Prayer service Thursday . morning ot 0:30, Holv Cross Church at . Inter ment, now sepulchre cemetery. Hughes, Louise H. i itiii.. u UimIu. aii ij iu.i in. Green Knolls Dr. She Is survived bv one daughter, Mrs. Louise H. Gillette of Whittier, California, one son, Thomas R. Hughes of Rochester, one brother. james menmona ot Akron, gnio, six grandchildren. Friends are Invited to ottend a service in the Chaoel of Corbett Funeral Home, Inc., 109 West Avenue, Thursday afternoon at 3:30. Interment at the convenience of the family. No prior calling , nours. ine family requests the courtesy of no flowers. Irwin, James Jomes Irwin, aged 66 years, of the Marlon-Palmyra Road, Polmyra, New York, suaaemv, April tz, iy. He is survived bv monv friends. Funeral services will be held at the Nve Funeral Home. 56 Buffalo Street, Morion, Thursdov at 8:30 a.m. ond 9 a.m .in 5t. Gregory's cnurcn, Morion. Interment, Marlon Cemetery. Friends may coll at the funeral home Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9. The Rosory will be recited Wednesday evening at 8:45 p.m. Johnson, Freeman Freeman Johnson of 22 Almav Road, suddenly Sunday, April 13, 1969. He is survived by his wife, Arline, two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy (Imo) Rayton and Mrs. Ella Ground, Bason, N.Y., several nieces and nephews. He was a member of Wahbee Tribe of Redmen. No prior calling hours. Friends are Invited to attend 0 Memorial Service Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Bethany Presbyterian Cnurcn, 3000 Dewev Ave. Kindly omit flowers. Friends wishing may contribute to the Bethany Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund In his memory. Reference Frederick W. Mulroney Funeral Home. 2729 Dewev Ave. Kuhn, Martin Monday April 14, 1969 Martin Kuhn age 95 formerly of 63 Second St. He Is survived by several nieces and neohews. Friends mav call from 2-5, 7-9 p.m. at the Paul W. Harris Funeral Home, 954 Clifford Ave. Funeral Home, 954 Clifford Ave., Funeral Services Wednesday morning at 8:30 and 9 St. Bridaet's Church. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Kullick, Agnes M. Agnes M. Kullick, formerly of West Main St., April 14, 1969 She Is survived by two sons, William C. and Walter C. Kullick; one sister, Mrs. Hattle Traub; one brother, Archie Maynard; several nieces and neohews. Mrs. Kullick was a member of Central Presbyterian Church and the Dantorth Recreation Center. Friends mav call at Corbett Funeral Home Inc., 109 West Avenue, 2-5, 7-9 Tuesday ond Wednesday. Services Thursday morning at 11:00 o'clock. Interment, Mt. Hope Cemetery. Oralis Landy, Tillie Sunday, April 13, 1969, Tillle Landy of mwi r. Paul st. 5ne leaves ner nus-band, Charles; two sons. Dr. Alvin Landy and Dr. David Londv of Pittsburgh, Pa., two daughters, Mrs. Irving Fooler of Favettvllie, North Carolina, and Mrs. Helen. Brass of Savannah. Georgia; nine grandchildren; four orotners, Norman and soul, bom of savannah, Georgia, Abram of Argentina and Aaron Rnblnowltr of Israel. Funeral services will be held this morning ot 9 o clock In the Porsky Fu neral Home, Inc., 1125 St. Paul St. Bur ial in sritton Rd. cemetery. Lewis, Marion J. Sundav. Aarll 13. 1969 Mrs. Mnrlon J. Lewis of 123 No. Union St. She Is sur vived ov ner nusoana, Joseon H. Lewis; two sons, Emanuel J. and Joseph J. Gray of New York Cltv; one brother, Martin Dennis, of Rochester; several nieces and neohews and other relative1 Friends mav call 2-4 and 7-9 a.m. ot the funeral home of M. E. Latimer and son, vim so. pivmourn Avenue. Funeral service Wednesday. 1:00 am. at the funeral home, Reverend Leardrew l. jonnson officiating, interment, Mt. Hope Cemetery. Long, John Leo John Leo Long, 60 years at Genesee Hospital, Aoril 13, 1969. He was a veteran of WW II. He Is survived bv two sisters, Mrs. George B. (Edna) Ireland of Spencerport and Mrs. Francis (Winefred) Jacobs of Hornell; several nieces ond nephews. Friends may call ot the Martin Funeral Home, Mt. Morris, 4-5, 7-9 p.m., Tuesday. Funeral services Wednesday at St. Patrick's Church, Mt. Morris at 9:30 a.m. Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery, Geneseo. Maier, Mina (DeRoller) Friday, April 11, 1969 In Lake Worth, Florida, Mrs. Mina Maier, 123 Thomas Street. She is survived by her husband, Carl H. Maier; two daughters, Mrs. Donald (Janice) Mueller and Miss Carol Maier; two sons, Carl W. and John H. Maier; one brother, Arthur DeRoller; eight grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was President of St. Eustace Ladies Auxiliary, Branch 43, Knights of St. John and a member of Sacred Heart Society of Holy Redeemer Church. Friends mav coll at the George J Savage Funeral Home, 1080 North Street, Sunday evening 7-9 p.m., Monday ond Tuesday from 2-5 nd 7-9 .p.m. Funeral services Wednesday morning at 8:30 and 9 o'clock at Holy Redeemer Church. Interment, Holv Sepulchre Cemetery,. In lieu of flowers, those wishing may contribute to their favorite charity or Masses for the repose of her soul. McAfee, Thomas Walter Suddenly- April 13, 1969, Route 15A, Town of Canadice, Thomas Walter McAfee of Livonia, K'.Y. He is survived bv his wife Roxanne Harrison McAfee; one son, Mark and one daughter, Dean-na, all at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. McAfee and one brother Ronald of Avon; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Jane Widrla of Syracuse and Miss Linda McAfee of Avon: his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Lucille Redman of Scottsvllle; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call from 7-9 on Monday, 2-4 and 7-9 on Tuesday at Brown Funeral Home, 20 Washington St., Livonia, where a service will be held on Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. Reverend Robert Mahoffv officiating. Interment, Oak Rldae Cemetery. South Livonia, N.Y. Maltby, John R. Aoril 13, 1969, suddenly John Pt. Maltby of 106 Jewell SI. He was a member of vaiiey Lodge no. iov f&am ana a vet eran nf World War II. Friends may coll 2-4, 7-9 p.m. at the Charles L. Younglove Funeral Home inc., isil Dewev Ave. service Wednesday ot 3 o.m. Rev. Charles A. Thunn officiating. Interment, Mt. Hope Ceme- yery. Manning, Margaret Saturday, April 12, 1969 Mrs. Margaret Manning of 125 Eagle Ridge Circle. Survived by two daughter s, Gladys Manning and Mrs. William (Olive) Seccombe; two grandchildren, Mrs. Paul Otto ond William L. Seccombe; seven great grandchildren; cne niece. Marguerite megerie. Friends may call ot Forrell Brothers Colonial Funeral Heme, 5) Ridge Rd. W. near Memorial Bridge from 2-4 ond 7-9 p.m. Requiem Mass Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock ot St. Margaret Mary Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre cemeiery. Mastrangclo, Josephine Josephine Mastrangelo, aged 85 years of Holley, April 13, 1969. She was born in Italy, In Holley over 50 years. Member of the Baptist Church. She Is survived bv sons, Vincent, Detroit, Andrew, Syracuse; daughters, Mrs. Thomas (Sue) Nuzzo, Syracuse, Mrs. Emll (Ida) Otfollni, St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Russell (Adele) Laffertv, Rochester; one sister In Italy; six grandchildren; twelve greatgrandchildren. Family will receive friends erf Merrlll-Grinnell, Inc., Hollev, 2-5, 7-9 p.m. Monday ond Tuesday. Services Wednesday ot 2:00 o.m. Interment, Hillside Cemeterv. Miller, Alma I. Alma I. Miller of 47 Manor Drive on Monday, April 14, 1969. She is survived by one son, Charles (Chuck) Miller; one daughter, Mrs. Karl (Eileen) Cook of Atlanta. Ga.; seven grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Grace Duerr; several nieces and neohews. She was a member of Charlotte Chanter No. 507, O.E.S., ond Irondeauoit Senior Citizens. Friends may call at Schauman Funeral Home Inc., 2100 St. Poul St. on Tuesday and Wednesday from 2-4 ond 7-9 p.m. Service Thursday morning at . 10:30 o'clock. Interment, Irondequolt Cemetery. Milne, Ruth B. April 12, 1969, Ruth B. Milne of 303 Electric Avenue. Surviving are several . nieces and nephews. She was a past Matron of The Vidalla Chapter, O.E.S. Friends are Invited to attend o Memorial Service Saturday, April 19, 1969 at 2 p.m. In the Church of the Ascension, Lake Avenue at Riverside Street. Those wishing mav contribute to the Memorial Fund of the Church of the Ascension In her memory. Nolan, Andrew April 14, 1969, Mr. Andrew Nolan of 236 Plerpont St. He Is survived bv his daughter, Mrs. Desmond (Elizabeth) Penrose; two grandchildren, Margaret and Dominic Penrose; two sisters of Ireland, Mrs. Agnes Fairbanks, and Mrs. Mary Comeford; several nieces and nephews. Friends mav call 2-4, ond 7-9 Tuesday at the Robert J. Poole Funeral Home Inc., 1305 Dewev Avenue at Magee Avenue. Funeral service Wednesday at 8:30 ond 9:00 a.m. at Holy Rosary Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Friends wishing may offer Masses for the repose of his soul. Page, Christine Sunday, Aprrl 13, 1969, Christine L. Poge ot I Weyl Street, aged 79 years. Widow of the late, Richard H. Poge. Survived bv three douahters. Mrs. Oscor (Ellnore) Garrett. Mrs. Irving iHvnesi cuaaeoacn, Mrs. jonn (joon Aman; four sons. Georae. Henrv. Wil liam and Reginald Page; twenty-one granaennaren; twenty-tour great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Friends may coll ot the Burns-Honno Funeral Home, 1795 Ridge Road East, between Goodman and Culver Rd. from 2-5, 7-9 p.m. Requiem Mass Wednesday morning at 9:00 o'clock at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Interment, Irondequolt Cemetery. Paige, Eleanor M. Saturday, Aoril 12, 1969, Mrs. Eleanor M. Paige of 407 Oakrldae Dr., oged 48 years. Survived by her husband, Robert W. Paige; her mother, Mrs. Paul Moser; her brother, Ralph C. Moser. Member of Pioneer's Club of Eastman Kodak Co., A. A U.W. Michigan State Alumni Association, Rochester Power Sauadronettes and Rochester Yacht Club. Friends may call at Forrell Brothers Coloniol Funeral Home. 51 Ridge PH near Memorial Bridge, from 2-4 end 7-9 p.m. Service Tuesdav afternoon at 1 o'clock. Interment at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, friends may contribute to the Multiple Sclerosis Fund. Peck, Carl F. f,orl. Fw Peck of Fo1'- Lawn, N.J., April 12, 1969. He is survived by one sister, Miss Laura M. Peck of Fairport; several cousins. Friends mav call at the Emerv-Curtis Funeral Home, Inc., 76 South Main St., Fairport Tuesday 2-4, 7-9 p.m. where services will be held Wednesday afternoon ot 2 o'clock. Interment, Pittsford Cemetery. Rowan, Joseph M. Monday, April 14, 1969, Joseph M. Rowan of 88 Florida Avenue. He is survived by one brother, Raymond J. Rowan; three sisters, Mrs. Arthur (Christina) Dunnugon of Bryson, Quebec, Canada, Mrs. Francis (Mildred) Miller, Mrs. Enoch (Hilda) Sundberg, Battle Creek, Michigan. Friends may call at the Vay and Schlelch Funeral Home, Inc., 2692 Dewey Avenue, Tuesday -from 7-9, Wednesday 2-5 and 7-9. Funeral services Thursday at 8:30 and at St. Chorles Borromeo Church at 9 o'clock. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Russell, Lois M. Lois M. Russell, April 14, 1969, aged 49 years, Canandalgua Road. Palmyra, N.Y. Survived bv her husband, Harold, one daughter, Mrs. David Pierce, of Newark, N.Y.; one granddaughter; one brother. Earl Youngmon of Palmyra; and several nieces and neohews. Funeral service Thursday at 2:00 P.M. from the Cody and Mate Funeral Home, 122 Cuvler St., Palmyra, N.Y. Rev. Luclan Slone officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesdav 7-9 Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9. American Legion Auxiliary Post 120 will have a memorial service Wednesday evening at 7:30 ot the funeral home. Interment, Palmyra Cemetery. Donations in memory of Mrs. Russell may be made to the cancer fund. Rochester, N.Y. rr Tues., Apr. 15,1969 DVs Drains Rogers, William E. April 13, 1969, William E. Rogers of 426 Lake Ave. Surviving are three sisters. Mrs. Frances Walsh of Kingston, Ontario, Mrs. Jessico Rogers, Mrs. Helen Gross; one brother, Jomes W. Rogers of Kingston, Ontario. Several nieces ond neohews. Friends may coll 2-5, 7-9 P-M. of the Chorles L. Younglove Funeral Home Inc., 1511 Dewey Ave. Funeral services Wednesday at 1:30 P.M. Rev. Walter E Mulr officiating. Interment Riverside Cemetery. Salamone, Joseph Joseph Solomone of 186 Central Park. April 13, 1969. He leaves his wife, Nico-lina (Stio) Salamone; two sons, Dominic ond Vito; one daughter, Mrs. Anthony (Teresa) Cassaro; one brother, Michael of New York Cltv; three sisters, Mrs. Nancy Lazzara, Mrs. Rose Vassalo, Mrs. Mildred Frasca of Los Vegas, Nev.; ten grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Friends mav coll from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the Profetta Funeral Chapfi Inc., 190 N. Goodmon St. Services Thursday et 8:30 and 9 o.m. ot St. Francis Xavier Church. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Scheck, Roy B. Saturday. April 12, 1969; Rov B Scheck, 352 South Drive. He is survived by his wife, Pauline; four sons, David E. Scheck; Charles H. Hain; Richard L. Hoin; Alan R. Hain; four grandchildren; one sister-in-law, Mrs. Millie Scheck; several nieces and neohews. Friends may call at Hedges Memorial Chaoel, Inc., 770 East Main St. at Alexander, where a funeral service will be held Tuesdav morning at 11 o'clock. Interment, White Haven. Those who wish mav make memorial contributions to the Monroe Countv Cancer and Leukemia Association, 1441 East Ave. Solomon, Jack Friday, April 11, 1969, In Miami, Flo-rldo; Jack Solomon of 33 L'loc Drive. He leaves his wife, Evelyn Janos Solomon, two sisters, Mrs. Harry (Pauline) Freeman of Elmlra, N.Y., and Jean Solomon of Rochester; two brothers, Casper ond Theodore Solomon of Roches-fer; two nephews ond a niece. . J Funeral Service will be held Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock In Temple Beth El, 139 Winton Road South. There will be no prior calling hours. Burial In Mt. Hone Cemetery. A period of mourning following the funeral will be observed at 2501 East Avenue, Apartment No. 505. Friends wishing may contribute to Charities of their choice. Flowers are gratefully declined. In Memoriam Scialdone, Patrick In loving memory of mv dear uncle who passed away one vear ago today. How sweet the exaltation That made vour face to shine In bright reflected glory When the hand of death clasoed thine; Though years may vet remain to us To wander on this earth We'll from vour dear example Never doubt the soul's rebirth. Sadly missed bv niece Bernlce. WHEN AN EMERGENCY OCCURS AWAY FROM HOME When there is a sudden loss of ' someone in the family away from home, you are faced with questions that must be answered immediately. A collect call to Corbett first (before making any arrangements) can relieve you of everything. Through our professional affiliations and our. years of experience, we know exactly the procedure to follow. We take care of the transportation, necessary legal arrangements and permits, all services upon arrival. 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Yet, at $5534, it sells for less than half what the world's other great automobiles sell for. Detroit's Idea Car? The XKE has 15 engineering features Detroit is considering for its cars of the future. Here are five: twin overhead camshaft engine, unique 4-wheel independent suspensions- wheel aircraft-type disc brakes, race car steering, full instrumentation. , , For the other ten features, see your Jaguar dealer. He may even throw in a couple of his own. Leather the best You can actually smell how good the upholstery is on an XKE. All leather is hand-selected, hand-cut, finest quality hide. Identical to that used on cars costing $20,000. What a way to test a car Few cars, at any price, are tested as thoroughly as the Jaguar XKE. For example, the engine, clutch, and transmission are all bench- run for at least 6 hours. Another example. Every XKE is road-tested by two separate inspectors. Very democratic, because until bodi agree the car is right for you, it doesn't leave our factory in Coventry, England. 20 mpg The XKE is scarcely the kind of car you'd expect to be thrifty on gas. But it is. At 60, a gallon can last you twenty miles. High resale Heaven knows why you'll ever want to sell your XKE. But if you do, you're in for a pleasant surprise. The XKE returns more on its original price than most cars on the market today. Jaguar Prices XK-E Roadster $3534. XK-E Coupe $5725. XK-E 1 2 Coupe $5907. XK-E 2 2 Coupe (Automatic) ...$6145. Price P. O.E. East Coasii (lightly higher Gulf and West port. Plunge The XKE is truly an incredible value for the price. If you've always wanted one, what are you waiting for? Jaguar HITHH Best Motors, Inc. 1500 University Avenue Rochester, New York 14610

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