The Pittsburgh Press from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on May 8, 1957 · Page 10
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The Pittsburgh Press from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania · Page 10

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, May 8, 1957
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10 Th Pittsburgh Pratt, Wee)., May I, '57 Obfuoncs Services Set For Aspinvall Physician Dr. J. I. Marshall Was Graduate of Pitt, Ptnn State funeral services will be to morrow for Dr. John L. Marshall, 57, Aspinwall physician, who died at Pittsburgh Hospital Monday, Dr. Marshall lived at 205 Eastern Ave., AspinwalL He attended Pennsylvania State College and was graduated from the University , of Pennsylvania Medical School. He held memberships I IT si"t i i 'mm. ULiii f r , -J Ii 4 LEAD ROLES will be held by Cindy McKnighr ond Lynn Love in the operetta, "The Fortune Teller," by Victor Herbert, to be presented ot 8:15 p. m.f tomorrow and Friday, at Mt. Lebanon High School auditorium. Mr i. Alice Shanahan Reauiem mass for Mrs. Alire taiGormlcv Shanahan will h Theta Xi and Phi Rho Sigma iSUng at 11 a. m. tomorrow at iraiermues ana was a mem- st. Paul's Cathedral. Der or tne Aiiegneny uoumy Mrs Shanahan. widow of Medica Society, the University Club and the United Presbyterian Church of AspinwalL He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Henderson Marshall; two daughters, Mrs. Joan Brennan and Mrs. Eloise Johnson; three sons. Charles H., John L. Jr. and James D., and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Murphy and Mrs. 0. L. Henry. Friends are being received at the Alfred W. Moore Funeral Home, 100 Center Ave., Aspinwall where the services u-111 h hold Rnrlal will ho n Mount Royal Cemetery. . Walter D. Kaufman Sr. . Walter Daniel Kaufman Sr., of 907 S. Negley Ave., died yesterday on his 66th birthday in Veterans' Hospital, Oakland. Born May 7, 1891, In Pitts-burgh, Mr. Kaufman was a veteran of World War I, serving with Company E, Twenty-eighth Engineers. He was in France for one year. ! Mr. Kaufman, a motion pic- ture projectionist, had been employed in the Harris, En-right and RItz Theaters. He was a member of Motion Pictures Operator Local No. 171 and of Trees-Carlisle Post No. 166, 'Veterans of Foreign Wars. -. He Is survived by his widow, Mrs. Camelle Kaufman; a son, Walter D. Jr., and a brother, Walter D., of Gary, Ind. Friends are being received at the Kekilty Funeral Home. 605 Brushtori .Ave., where services will be at 2 p. m. Fri day. Burial will be in Sunset View Memorial Park, Penn Township, , ''tMiUi: MaiceHch ;- Requiem mass for Alex Man-' culich, ewher of the Sanitary Transfer Co., 4808 Penn Ave., Garfield, will be sung at 9 ft. m. Saturday in St. John. the . Baptist Church, South Side. . ! . Mr. Manculich, 67, died on , Monday at his home, 103 Highland Ave.,- East Liberty. He 1 was president - of St. John's Church. Surviving, are his widow, Anna Dolgas Manculich; three 60ns, George, Alex Jr. and Michael Manculich ; two' daughters, , Mrs. Betty Peha " tnd Mrs." Ann Peha; four sisters, 11 grandchildren and one great grandchild. . , . Friends are being received at the McCabe Bros. Funeral ; Home, 5300 Penn Ave. Burial will be in Calvary .Cemetery. , ! " Mrs. Florence W. Cleaver FREDERICKTOWN, May 8 (Special) Mrs. Florence Wick erham Cleaver died early yes terday at her home in Center George A. Shanahan, former president of - the Shanahan Transfer Co., died on Monday at her home, 1 Colonial Pi, Shady side. She was a life resident of Pittsburgh. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. John A. Coakley, of Youngstown, Ohio, and Mrs. Joseph A. Gilleaudeau Jr., of Ossinging, N. Y., and three sons, Dennis F., Barry N., and James G. Shanahan. Friends are being received at the family home. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. iscuiua kiTT ii tobrlng chariie Chaplin tothei . , Dr. WUhelm Fllchner, 79, t German explorer who conducted expeditions t6 Tibet, China and the South Pole, in Zurich, Switzerland. United States from England, in Boston. Retreat for Brookline James Armand de Roths- Church Members Set of Resurrection Parish, Brook- youth consecration ceremonies, Friday child, 78. of the well-known banking family, in London. i a OA r ranees uvi mmr, oo, u hld J .,,11,.. V,!UnC Wlii 00 ,,tlu Among the Maoris," in New throuSh Sunday at st- Pauls York. i Retreat House. Frank J. McKenna is chairman. Communist Youths BERLIN, May 8 (UP) Bishop Otto Dibelius, titular head of the German Evangelical Church, told Germans yesterday the church will refuse to confirm vouths who take The annual retreat for men; part in atheist Communist Richard L. Gorman, 91, onetime booking agent who The Evangelical Bishop of Berlin and the Soviet Zone province of Brandenburg read his statement in East Berlin's Narienkirche in the heart of Berlin's Soviet sector. 1 HOW ... 2 DIRECT FLIGHTS DAILY i m L Morning and Afternoon Servce The F$tt Way I Also luxurious Constellation Service NON-STOP PHILADELPHIA Call CRant 1-7555 ; r yevr Travtl Agtnl J, ID miiii'iiwi i J '"..'J.'..,"! J !, .. . I. J , " J1'.' ".'" ' " i1 'I'-" 11 11 l'.iiniiiii.iiii,.,jiiMi...l uii. u. i., II.I.II.U.U. ii.iii.i ii. mijiBU. ,u !.u.'ui.!H..i 1 ui,hi.ii.ihi j.J ,...HIiyf.'J.i.,!JW! 'ni'l nil V M rV.''v I' ' Ml V I Square , I Gnoclal Value Purchase! SIMPLE SIIBATI1S "IMPORT iniGEi Lincrj Shet 10 to 20, im to 22Vi vllle Boroug h.r Washington Sleevelesi County, She was 74 She was a member of the Centervllle Methodist Church and the Deemston Grange No. 1372. "Surviving are her husband, Frank; two daughters, Mrs. Erma Crawford of R. D. Fred-erlckton, and Mrs. Frances Snodgrass of McMurray; four sisters, Mrs. Sally Burson of Washington. Pa., Mrs. Dora Cornell of Fredericktown, Mrs. Delia Nyswaner of Clarksville, and Mrs. Myrtle Duxbury of St. Petersburg, Fla.; a brother, Archie Wickerham of Fredericktown; five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Friends are being received at the John B. Greenlee Funeral Home, Beallsville, where services will be at 2 p. m, Saturday. Burial will be in Beallsville Cemetery. Frank Byron Wolfe Services for Frank Byron Wolfe, retired vice president and controller of Pittsburgh Equitable Meter Co., now the Rockwell Manufacturing Co., were held at St Petersburg, Fla. Mr. Wolfe, 72. retired to Florida in 1939. Surviving are a son, Frank B. Jr., of Murrysville, and two grandchildren. BD" itnMX . I' 'V ; O For . rTY y r ; ' rrS N j$jr ' Heg. nV ff , , ') : 12.9D I'l 13 Value J iot.20 i yn 1 ; Surry, Ho Mif r fhtitt Ortftri , . . Cmt In larly U Molt Your Personal Siftcton. 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