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THE PITTSBURGH PRESS, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1948 PAGE 30 Obituaries- W. A. Galbraith, Retired Bank Official, Dies Funeral Services This Afternoon Dili 111 UJ 4 W..MWUIt!' U I III mifKj tew 'I f ANTI-RED DEMONSTRATION Meeting to plan a huge anti-Communist rally Sunday in St. Vincent College Stadium, Latrobe, are (left to right) : Steve Brinko, College of Steuben-ville; Jean Benson, St. Rose College, Albany, N. Y.; Leo Smith. St. Vincent; Julie Spratt, Seton Hill College, and Tom Skok, St. Francis College. Bishop John K. Mussio of Steuben-ville will officiate at pontifical benediction. Rev. Raymond E. Finan will be main speaker. 3 r-" f v' A "ri 'if f? H fc V w w I K?aL e r- 4 mt ljri i in William A. Galbralth. retired assistant president of the Mellon National Bank and Trust Co., died yesterday in Sewickley Valley Hospital. He was 58. Mr. Galbralth entered the hospital a week ago. He had Just returned from a trip to the South where he became ill. Born Erie Deaths in U. S. Hoffman Explains Aid Buying in U. S. Spirfts Private Trade To Be Stressed SUMMER FABRICS WASHINGTON. April 30 (UP) Paul G. Hoffman, European recovery administrator, said today in sports dresses Special police were ordered today to handle the thousands of housewives expected to attend funeral services In Hollywood tomorrow for their radio Idol, Torn Breneman. Thirty honorary pallbearers, including movie stars and radio workers, will participate in the 11 a. m. services at Forest Lawn Memorial Park. The King's Men will sing. Mr. Breneman, 46, died of a heart attack Wednesday just before he was to broadcast his "Breakfast in Hollwood" radio program. Clarence L. Gasklll, 56, composer of over 100 popular songs, Including 'Minnie the Moocher and 'Prisoner of Love," died of a heart ailment yesterday in his home at New Brighton, Staten Island. that private trade channels will be used to the "greatest posible extent" in the aid program. butcher rayon frost point In A native of Erie, he came to Pittsburgh 27 years ago. Mr. Oalbraith began his banking career In 1921 as a bond salesman for the Union Trust Co. He became assistant secretary 14 years later and In 1M4 was named assistant vice president. He kept this poet when the company waa merged with the Mellon National Bank. Retired In June Mr. Galbralth retired in June of last year. He was a member of St. Stephen' Episcopal Church In Sewickley. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Katherine Clapp Galbraith; a 6on, William A. Jr., Sewickley; a daughter, Mrs. Albert J. Perry Jr., Rux-ton, Md., and three grandchildren. Funeral services were to be held at 4:30 p. m. today in the family home at 435 Woodland Rd., Sewickley. Burial will be In Erie tomorrow. Lt. Charles Haines Funeral services for Lt. Charles Haines of 85 Craighead St, Bailey Plan, will be held at 2:30 p. m. tomorrow at the Beinhauer Mortuary. 2630 W. Liberty Ave. Lt. Haines, a fighter pilot in the 6th. Army Air Forces, was killed in action July 6, 1943, in the Caribbean area. He was employed as a salesman by the Eastman Kodak Co. when he entered the service as an air cadet April 9, 1942. He won his wings at Maxwell Field. Ala., Feb. 16. 1843. Graduated from South Hills High School and the Pittsburgh Academy, Lt. Haines was a member of Temple Lodge 678, F. & A. M., the Pittsburgh Junior Chamber of Commerce. Uhlman-Horne Mr. Hoffman issued a statement 10 to 18 replying to hundreds of inquiries from American businessmen. He outlined the ways by which U. S. goods will reach hungry foreign markets. His statement emphasized that while the Economic Co-operation Pittsburgh, and two sisters, Mrs. Jacob Kwalwasser. New York, and Mrs. Harry Silverman, Miami Beach. The body wftl arrive at the Ralph Schuger Chapel, 5509 Center Ave., tonight where funeral arrangements will be made. Samuel H. King Funeral services for Samuel H. King, an Army civil service employe who was killed in an auto accident on Iwo Jima last Jan. 22, will be conducted at 2 p. m. tomorrow in the Boyd Funeral Home in New Castle, Pa. Mr. King, 52, was a former Pitts-burgher, having lived here eight years. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Laura Evelyn Boles of Sharon and Mrs. Emily Scott Meyers of near New Castle; two grandsons: a brother, Robert A. King of Oak Park, 111., and a sister, Mrs. Joseph Irvine of Ireland. Burial will be In Castle View Cemetery, New Castle. William K. Jones William K. Jones, owner of the Washington Printing Co., Washington, Pa., died last night at his home after a long illness. He was 75. Mr. Jones, of 179 N. Main St.. Washington, had retired from active work last year. A graduate of Washington & Jefferson College and of Northwestern University, he had lived in Washington all his life. He was a member of the Traveler's Protective Assn. and the Trinity Episcopal Church. Washington. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Belle Auld Jones, and a sister, Miss Alice E. Jones. Friends may visit the home where funeral services will be held at 3 p. m. Monday. Burial will be In Washington Cemetery. Administration will be the watch Bandleader Milton Britton, 54, dog and banker of the program, it will not do the buying. Procedure Explained JUNIOR Mr. Hoffman outlined the aid who believed in mixing slapstick with music, died of a heart attack yesterday after finishing a performance at a hotel in New York. Mr. Britton and his band were famous for starting a tune in conventional style and ending with procedure this way: 1 The governments of the 16 Western European nations will be asked to submit schedules of wild capers such as squirting soda their requirements. This will include needs to be financed by ECA funds and those which the countries can pay for them water at each other or breaking violins on each other's heads. Services will be held at Columbus, O., Monday for Embury A. Hitchcock, 81, dean emeritus of the selves. College of Engineering at Ohio 2 The schedules will be reviewed carefully by ECA and other interested Government agencies. Revisions will be made where 7 to 15 State University and a pioneer in the study of power possibilities in the Tennessee Valley. Dean Hitchcock died yesterday as a result of a heart attack suffered a week ago. necessary to protect the U. S economy. 3 After the schedules have been approved and the necessary ex port licenses issued, participat r x t FT ing countries will be authorized to start procurement. They then will be free, either through their governments or Yanks Evacuated From Korean Isle through private business firms, to make their own arrangements with private American exporters and SEOUL, Korea, April 30 (UP) manufacturers. Make Own Contracts Eight American women and chll "American firms make their own contracts for European purchases," Mr. Hoffman said. "ECA and other dren have been evacuated from the island of Cheju in the wake of new Post 456, VFW, and the Knoxville Baptist Church. Surviving are his mother. Mrs. Gwendolyn Haines: a brother, E. Brooks Haines of Parkersburg, W. Va, and a sister, Mrs. William Kissinger of Indiana. Pa. Military burial services will be held in 'he South Side Cemetery. Hyman T. Little Hyman T. 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