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ffanl At Headouarters, Court 49(H) .THE PITTSBURGH PRESS Other Press Departments, Court 7200 WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 6, 139 Obituaries olAIN PRIEST'S MOTHER DIES IN HAZELWOOD Mrs. Mary McCahill Donovan's Son Was Killed by Chinese Bandits Mrs. Mary McCahill Donovan, ol 213 Joyce Terrace, Hazelwood, mother of a Catholic missionary priest killed by Chinese bandits more than a year ago, died today Rt her home after a short illness of pneumonia. She was 77. Mrs. Donovan's son, Father Gerard Donovan, a Maryknoll missionary, was captured by bandits who raided his church as he prepared for mass. He was killed as Japanese troops pursued the bandits. Two other sons. Father Joseph S. and Father R. Donovan, also are Maryknoll priests. Born in Scotland. Mrs. Donovan came here as a girl of five years. She and her 90-year-old husband, Michael J. Donovan, would have ob-erved their 60th wedding anniversary in April. Other survivors in addition to her husband and two priest-sons are two sons. James, of Bradford, and Daniel, at home; two daughters, Mrs. J. F. Kelly and Catherine R. Donovan, of Pittsburgh. Requiem high mass will be solemnized at 9 a. m. Saturday in St. Stephen's Church. Hazelwood. Interment will be in Grandview Cemetery. McKeesport. Ms. Jessie Wakefield Mrs. Jessie Robinson Wakefield, widow of Wesley S. Wakefield, engineer who laid out the Highland Park roadways under Public Works Director Edward M. Bigelow. and Emory Methodist Episcopal Church, as well as its president, died yesterday in Guthrie, Okla. Mrs. Wakefield was visiting her sister, Mrs. Lyda B. Sampsel, of Guthrie, when she became ill last Thursday. Born in Greensburg, Mrs. Wakefield came to Pittsburgh after her marriage in 1895. Her husband died in 1930. She was a member of- the Emory Church, East Liberty Women's Club, and the East Liberty Branch of the W. C. T. U. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Friday in the T. B. More-land Funeral Home, N. Highland Ave. CAST IN SCHOOL PLAY ! Mrs. Lulu McKee Services were held today in the William Slater & Son Funeral Home, for Mrs. Lulu Caldwell McKee, who died Monday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. John P. Martin, of Brookside Farms. Mrs. McKee, who was 74, was a resident of Mt. Washington for years. She was the widow of Alexander D. McKee. Mrs. McKee was a member of Mt. James Walker Sr. Funeral services for James Walker. Sr., who died Monday in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Kariic. Ririsaman. 425 W. Fifth Ave., McKeesport,. will be held at 2 p.j m. tomorrow in the home of the Gillen Coulter Co., 319 E. Ninth Ave., Homestead. Burial wil be in Mt. Vernon Ceiretery. Mr. Walker, who was 86 years old. was born in Scotland and came to this country 60 years ago. A retired coal miner Mr. Walker for many j ears had been a resident of Lincoln Place, and was a member of the Lincoln Place Presbyterian Church. Besides Mrs. Bingaman, Mr. Walk-rr is survived by three sons, Andrew, George and Clarence Walker; two other daughters, Mrs. Janet Khoaf and Mrs.. Agnes Langley; 2D grandchildren; 23 great grandchildren, and a brother, Alex Walker, of Scotland. S. Mervyn Sinclair Funeral services were held yesterday in the Trinity Episcopal Church, Williainsport, Pa., for S. Mervyn Sinclair, executive director of the State Council for the Blind. Mr. Sinclair died Sunday of a neart attack, tie is survived ay t his widow and four children. j Mr. Sinclair lest his sight in 1920.1 He was well known in Pittsburgh! for his woik among social service! groups and his activities in the: Blind Assn. Hp was executive director for 11 years. Arthur L. Halmi Funeral services were held in New York today for Arthur L. Halmi. noted artist whose work included portraits of a number of prominent Pittsburgh residents. He died in New York Sunday. Mr. Halmi frequently visited Pittsburgh for portrait work. A son. Eugene, of Cincinnati, married Sarah Louise Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brown of the Royal York Apartments. Born in Budapest 72 years ago. he came to America in 1910 after a distinguished career as a court painter in Berlin and Vienna. Among those whose portraits he painted was William Howard Taft while he was President of the United States. Mrs. Eliza Koch Services for Mrs. Eliza Hohn Koch, a member of one of the families who were early settlers of Sharpsburg, will be held at 2:30 p. m., tomorrow, in the Holzheimer & Bock Funeral Home, Main St.. Sharpsburg. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Mrs. JCoch, who was 81, died yesterday in Allegheny General Hospital, tdhe was a daughter of Nicholas Hohn, donor of the site for the Sharpsburg Y. M. C. A., at Eleventh and Canal Sts. Mrs. Koch was a member of Sharpsburg Presbyterian Church and the widow of Arthur H. Koch, for 37 years head timekeeper for the Spang-Chalfant Company, who died in 1926. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Violet E. Kelso, of Sharpsburg, and a sister. Mrs. Jennie Patterson, of the Masonic Home at Elizabethtown, Pa. Mrs. Caroline Godwin Mrs. Caroline Godwin, mother of Harry E. Godwin, former Pittsburgh newspaper artist and cartoonist, now of BufTalo, N. Y., is to be buried this afternoon from the McDonald Funeral Home, Mars, Pa. Mrs. Godwin, born in Jefferson County near Brookville. 87 years ago, was a resident of Butler, Pa., 50 years, until the death of her husband, William J. Godwin, in 1925. Mr. Godwin died in the heme of her daughter. Mrs. E. L. Marshall, of Mars, who until five years ago was a resident of Shadyside. She was a member of the Second Presbyterian Church, Butler. Besides her son, Harry, and her daughter, Mrs. Marshall. Mrs. Godwin is survived by another daughter. Mis. J. W. Allen, of Pittsburgh. HIGIIT COUGHS DUE TO COLES Need More Than "Salve" To Quickly Relieve DISTRESS! Before you go to bed rub your throat, rhest and back with warminsr. soothing Musterole. You get such QUICK relief because Musterole is MORE than "ju3t a salve." It's a marvelous stimulating "counter-irritant" which helps break tm local congestion and pain due to colds. Itf soothing vapors ease breathing. Used by millions for over 30 years! 3 trengths: Regular, Children's (mild) and Extra Strong, 40. Hospital Size, $3.00. A feature at observance of Education Week at the University School will be a play, So's Your Old Antique,, to be given at the annual parents' reception Friday at 8:30 p. m. at the school, Home St. Nancy Mary Sweeney and Lee Kirk Watkins, shown above, are members of the cast. Others are Marion H. Davis, Frank E. Brad-enbangh, Robert L. Ottke and James B. Bachman. Eugene C. Ake will direct. Fred Hoeltje Sr. Fred Hoeltje, Sr., a retired tailor and one of Millvale's oldest residents, died yesterday morning in his home, 551 North Ave., Millvale, after j a lingering illness. He was 85. ! Mr. Hoeltje w&5 born in Hanover, Germany and came to Millvale in 1881 where he conducted a tailor shop more than 45 years. He was a member of St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Church, Knights of St. George. Branch No. 4, and the Holy Name Society. Surviving are six sons, Frank, William, Fred, Jr., George, August and John Hoeltje; a daughter, Miss Mary Hoeltje; 10 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Friends will be received in the family homp Requiem high mass will be sung at 9 a. m., Saturday, in St. Anthony's Church, with burial in St. Anthonys cemetery. Bishop Leonard Confers As a -member of the recently formed Council of Bishops of the Methodist Church, directing organization of the merger of the Methodist, Methodist Episcopal Church South and the Methodist Protestant denomination, Bishop Adna W. Leonard will meet in Chicago with the body today through Sunday. COTTONWOOD trees have betu known to shoot up to 100 feet in height in 15 years. EGGS ROUND as ft billiard ball are laid by owls. FAIRY terns use tree limbs for nests. knotholes on Washington Methodist Episcopal Church. . Besides her daughter, Mrs. Martin, she is survived by a son. Nelson McKee, and four grandchildren. Burial will be in Allegheny Cemetery. 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There's a flash on the street ... a spin-ning puff of dust . . . and out of nowhere it materializes a 1940 Nash! Get in and watch. It's as full of wonders as a magician's top hat. See that dial by your knee? Twirl it once, and presto grim December fades to fresh and sunny May. You've moved the calendar up to Spring with Weatlter Eye magic. Just touch the throttle . . . flick the gears, and pouf you vanish. You never felt such get-up-and-go before. Minutes later, without warning, that engine suddenly "disappears" You can't hear it or feel vibration but look at the trees whiz by! (You're in that newr Fourth Speed Forward). Is there a laggard in your way? Just toot the horn... tap the throttle and zing you leave him wondering what went past. (It's Nash's new Automatic Overtake). , Too late you see that rutted road. You brace yourself for the bang and the bounce . . . but nothing happens. Not a jiggle or a tremor from below. It's Nash's Arrow-Flight ride and that traveler on the famed Flying Carpet had nothing on you! The whistle of the wind . . . the whir of wheels are gone. The world whisks past in pantomime. When nightfall finds you miles from home, wishing for a place to sleep pull up beside the road. Wave your hand and lo, those seats in back are easily and quickly converted into a soft double bed. e e e Yes these are fanciful words but here are facts and figures that tell the very same story about this new Nash. Economy? It's a winner in its class (21.25 miles per gallon). Pick-up? It flashes from 15 to 50 MPH in 12.9 seconds, in high. It's America's only car with a Manifold-Sealed engine . . . and fifty thousand miles is only the beginning of its long life! That "can't afford me" look? More wizardry . . . for the price tag's only a few dollars above the lowest-priced car. Come on down today . . . see what new wonders we've added to driving! Hurry, your new Nash is waiting ! MASH This new 1940 Deluxe Nash Lafayette sedan costs only $845, delivered at factory, standard equipment and Federal taxes included. Steering' Post Gearshift, the new Hi-Test Safety Glass, Sealed Beam Headlights and Canda cloth upholstery are standard on all models. The Weather Eye Conditioned Air system, Fourth Speed Forward, Foam Sponge Seats, White Sidewall Tires and Rear Wheel-shields are optional extras. 1800 dealers offernation-wide service. NEW LOWER PRICES Other Nash Models P deliver at the factory for as little as ... . Inciada Standard EtuipmeiU and federal Taxe 7 Come In... Get 'Behind the Wheel-Start Having Fun! Only Nash Has Ail These High Resale Value Features Exclusive Manifold-Sealed Engines, Plus Twin ignition In Ambassador Models. 7 19 Bearing Crankshafts. Weather Eye. Double Frame. Full Pressure Lubrication. More Weight Per Wheel- base. Oversize Brakes. Constant Mesh Transmission all Speeds. Full- Length Water Jackets. 4 Piston Rings, Ufh instead or usual inrec . mgn tnrome. Cylinder Blocks. Automatic Choke. - All mm. Sheet Metal Bonderized. Permalux ( BaKsu ciumet rinisn. ..m-.w NASH MOTOR COMPANY ALLEGHENY COCXTY Pittsburgh McDonald Sales, Inc.. 530 N. Craig St. Pittsburgh Sable Motor Co.. 1911 Center Ave. Pittsburgh. . .Connell-Gallenz Motors. Inc., 508 Galveston Ave., N. S. Pittsburgh Murray Esso Service 7107 Reynolds St. Carnegie Meyers' Garage & Serv. Sta.. 340 E. Main St. CaTick - Park Motor Co.. 2032 Brownsville Rd. Clairton H. T. "Ping" Young, 414 State St. Clinton Dale Wilson, Lincoln Highway Dormant Delrose Garage, 2752 W. Liberty Ave. Homestead Homestead Nash Co., 247 West Sth Ave. Homewood... Azinzer & Ciotola, 7304 Hamilton Ave. OF PITTSBURGH (Wholesale Dept.) Library Slifko's Garage McKeesport Robert G. "Bob" Mooney. 1204 Fifth Ave. McKees Rocks.... Trap's Auto Serv., 521 Broadway SIcKees Rocks ..Crivelli Ster. St. 13S1 Island Ave. Mt. Lebanon. . .W. L. Meyers Garage, 318 Castle Shannon Blvd. Mt. Oliver...... Batz & Hamel Co., 427-437 Brownsville Rd. Natrona K. M. Ldnhart, 91 River Ave. overbrook. . . A. J. Bakey Auto Serv., 2403 Saw Mill Run Blvd. Pitcairn , Graham's Garage, 456 Second St. Sewickley. . -Sewickiev Sales & Serv., 205 Chestnut St. Swtssvale Eshman's Garage, 7455 Washisgton Ave. Turtle Creek Bennie Hirsch West View Hell's Garage, 5300 Perrysville Ave. Wexord Beveridge Garage W ilkins burg. .Frank W. Bro'vn, Inc., 522 Penn Ave. PENNSYLVANIA Aliquippa Aiiquippa Motor Co. AUoona .....Walter A. Zeigler Ambridge Ambridge- Motor Co. Bakerton Bakerton Auto Co. Beaver Falls James A. Marquis Belle Vernon Turnbull Motor Co. Berlin East End Garage Blairsville F. T. Lowman Brownsville James E. Gibson Butler ..John & George Soule Clearheld Brion Motor Co. Coalport Gaul Motors Tonnellsville Central Serv. Sta. Curwensville Thurstin Service Distant.. Mason Wolfe Uonora J. A. Scott's Garage East Brady.- Heilman & Lacy Kbensberg.....T. B. O'Hara & Son Elwood City Burrows & Mott Ford City. Clarence Heilman Motor Co. Franklin Cauvel Brothers Freedom.... .....Yost Sales Serv. Ureensburg O. C. Harrold Hastings ...Holtz Auto Co. Houdaysburg l...Kara Auto Co. Houston I. C. Patsch & Son Indiana.. -. . . Galbreath Motor Co. Irwin. .J. K. Gregg, Lincoln Highway lenners Jenners Nash Sales Johnstown.... Packard Motor Co. of Johnstown. 335 Bedford St. l-atrobe W. C. Paxton & Son Mci;ieUandtown...Sterson Motor Co. M ones sen.. Nash Monessen Motor Co. Mt. Pleasant Nash Motors Sales Nanty Glo Lloyd St. Garage New Castle Latimer & Whieldon New Kensington... City Auto Service Oil City Tharp Motor Sales Patton Dietnck Motor Co.' 3968 Forbes St. Prospect.. .........W. J. Knlets punxsutawney. .Punxsutawney Nash Motors Ridgway Sam Shaneen Garage Rochester Frank H. Vollmer St. Petersburg..', C. R. Vasey Sharon J. S. Hoffman Motor Co. Shlppenville Shippenville Nash Motors somerset Rov H. Shaulls & Son Tyrone John A. Little Motors CnionvUle ...J. A. Zahn Cnior.town. .. .Harvey R. Romesburg Vandergrilt. .H. F. Leonard Serv. Sta. Wa&Mngton Fulton's Garage OHIO stcnbeaville Tri-State Motor Sales Co.. Inc. WEST VIRGINIA Morgantown..-....West Side Garage OR SEE THE NASH DEALER IN YOUR COMMUNITY

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