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i AIRPORT STATION 12:06 p.m... 38 3:00 p.m. 2:00 a.m. 39 4:00 p.m. 4:00 a.m.

..38. 1:00 p.m. 3t 8:00 p.m. 45 10:00 m. 38 Highest 45, lowest 35.

Average 40. Average same last year, date for 46 years, ,28. Sun sett today, 5:55 p.m. Sun rteM tomorrow, Lamps lighted (all vehi- Inch. OTHER-CITIES low temptntturet In tt cltiei 0:00

10:00 a.m. 12:00 m. a.m. gn cT 49 SI 41 N. Y.

City 94 43 34 FhBrtelphifc 5941 3731 pboeux 47 34 PltUbUTf 49 35 W3lPrtlM Me. 5234 42. 81. lottis. M34 31M Btattte 43 33 39 Wftihluctoa C143 Can- io 4 BUHE McCulltHlth, 233 E.

Kcr Steli Ave. urvivcdr-by two Fopcck Mri. fiutta two erii rtinmntmh Surdyk; brothers, Anttio- Joseph and IWwart Bofilii aU of Blake at Falls Syracuse; tour grandchildren; several and funeral serviced will be held' from the Ryan. funeral Home, 1621 W. Genewe Ibursdar.

8:30 9 A.M. IA Burial st; Uiry'a Cemtterr- FrieiKU may call from 2 to John Lamanna, 65, of 455 Hickok owner, president and. founder of John Lamanna Florist Shop, died EDWARD RYAN RANGER Thomts RAn'gtr, March survived by; bis wife. Mrs- Mae Ranger; 'two daughters; Mrs. Frances Wmre, Mrs.

Shirley Shipintn; four sons, Thomas, Donald, Richard Ranger; two sisters, Mrs. Ehna Woodi Lilian Forshec; 22 grandr children; great grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Services Friday 11 a.m. Maurer Funeral Hornet ttie Rev. XiavenrC.

Dibble officiating. Interment Syracuse Cemetery in the spring. Friends may can Wednesday 7 to Thursday2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. MAUBER FUKERAL HOME ROBINSON Mrs. Cora Corbin Robinson of, 104 Ruhamah Feb.

28 1966. Survived b7 one George Robinson Jr.rone Miw Elizabeth Robinson; and three grandchildren, Services' at the Greenleaf Funeral homt Wednesday 11 a.m.» the Rer. Donald C. Hanson officiating. Interment Valley Cemetery.

Friends 'tnay call at 503 'W. Onondaga St. Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Inl lieu of flowers contributions to the ondaga Valley Presbyterian Church Memorial GREENLEAF FUNERAL HOME INC. SMITH Mrs, Alice B. Smith of 104 Woodbine Feb.

27, 1366. Survived by a brother; Edward Beagle; a' sister, Mrs, Hoyd Snyder, and several nieces and nephews. Services at.tbe Greenleaf Fu- nerai Home Wednesday at 2 p.m.. Rev. Hugh -F.

Miller officiating. Interment Myrtle Hfll Cemetery. Friends may call at 503 W. Onondaga Monday 7 to Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. GREENLEAF FUNERAL HOME INC, STEER The Rev, Harold Steer, 720 Allen survived by -his wife, Mrs, Edith R.

Steer; son, Philip Steer, Bronxvtlle, N. and two granddaughters. Services, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Rqckefell- er Methodist- Church. Inter menU Waterloo, Friends may call 2 tcf 4 and 7 to 9 p.m, ftt the Prlce- Erewstcr Funeral Home, 143 'W.

Castle yesterday at St. Joseph's Hospital. A life resident" of Syracuse, he was a faithful captain of the honorary fourth degree of the-Knights of Columbus; a and secretary and treasurer, of Columbus Foundation; director of the Aineri- canization League; past president of Syracuse Florists' As sociation; a member of the Greater Syracuse OKamber of Commerce; a communicant of t. Peter's Church and a member of its Holy Name So- 1 ciety. Surviving are his wife, Mrs.

Susan Simone Lamanna; two sons, Fifth Ward Supervisor. Charles E. arid Joseph -J. Lamanna; a. sister, Mrs.

Frank a nine grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. 1 Services will be 15 a.m. Friday at Farone Son Funeral Home. The Rev. Alessandro Rinaldo will celebrate a solemn requiem high Mass at.

9 in St. Peter's Church. Burial will be in Assumption Cemetery. Friends may call 2 to 4 and. 7 to 9.

p.m. today and tomorrow at 723 James St. II JOHN LAMANNA FRICE-BREWSTER FUNERAL HOME TRAUTMAN Edward F. Trautnum, 302 Vine LIv- trpool. Match 1,.1966, survived.

by his Mrs. Catherine Trautmn; a. son, Karyl E. Tmutmon; a daughter, Mrs. Shirley A.

Wley; a sister. Mrs. Florence seven grandchildren, services Friday 9 a.m.* Manrer Funeral Home, i 9:30 a.m. Joseph's Church, Uverpool. Zntennent tlon may call Wednesday tc s.p,m., Thursday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

MAURER FUNERAL HOME RANGER i WRIGHT. Willard Damon Wrfgfht of 130 Melrose Falrmount. Feb. 28, 1966, Surviving are his wife, Cecil R. Wright; three sons, Willard D.

Jr. and pher, both of Fairmount, and Albert Wright a daughter, Mrs, Carl C. Moore of Fair-mount; 17 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. Services Wednesday 2 p.m, at B. Bush Sons Funeral Home, Camillus, the Rev.

Malcolm A. Howard officiating. Spring Interment Belle Isle Cemetery. B. BUSH SONS TIWERAL DIRECTORS BALLWEG LUNSFO'RD FUNERAL HOME.


652 WEST ONONT AGA ST. 475-8828 Mrs. Alampi Dies; Services Friday "Mrs. Nunziata Mary Grosso A a 54, of 1137 Grant died yesterday at home after a' brief illness. A life resident of Syracuse, she was a communicant of Blessed Sacrament Church.

Surviving are her husband, Norman Alampi; a son, Law-- rence A. a daughter, Chandler Coyie of five brothers, Dr. Joseph Grosso, Samuel J. Grosso, a consulting engineer; Syracuse Fire Department Lt. Anthony C.

Grosso, Asst. Dist. Atty. Angelo Grosso and Fireman Edward Grosso; three sisters, Mrs. Dominick PeBni- si, Mrs.

Frederick Falso and Mrs. Rosemary Mansfield; a grandson, several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. Services will be. at 9:15 a.m. Friday at Farone Son Funeral Home and 10 a.m., in Blessed Sacrament Church.

A solemn requiem. high Mass will be celebrated. Burial will be in Assumption Cemetery, Calling hours will, be 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today and tomorrow at 723 James St. AD AM A.

SCOTT, former Syracuse resident, died Monday in Phoenixj where he had lived for years. He is survived by six daughters, Mrs. Muriel Lip- pert of Ohio, Mrs. Ilene Worlock of Arizona? Mrs. Dorothy Anderson of Switzerland, Mrs.

Ruth Connelly of Massachus-' etts, Mrs; Eleanor Gridley and Mrs. Thelma Nasinger, both.of Syracuse; four Russell' of Marvin of New Jersey, Norman of Pu- MAURER FUNERAL H.OMEI laski and Robert Scott of Sy- F. F. Trautmah Succumbs at 68 Edward F. Trautman, 68, of 302 Vine St, Liverpool, died yesterday in the Evergreen Nursing Home, Pulaski, after a short illness.

Mr. Trautman was a native of Syracuse and iived in Liverpool 45 years. He was a retired life insurance agent for Metropolitan Life Co. and was a member of the Veterans Association of, Metropolitan Life. He was a communicant of St.

Joseph's Church, a veteran of World War I and a member of American Legion Post 188. LISA MARIE PONTO, He is-survived his wife, Mr, and Mrs. Sa- a 0.. Blake, 65, of Hampton, N. died unexpectedly yesterday at Niagara Falls.

A a resident 30 a he moved to New Hampshire three years ago. He was retired Air Force lieutenant colonel and a veteran of World Wars and the Korean Conflict. Surviving a a George Blake of Simi, and several nieces and nephews. Services will be 8:15 a.m. tomorrow at.John G.

Butler Funeral Home and 9 a.m. in St. James Church. Burial will be in St. Agnes Cemetery.

Friends may call 2 to 4 and, 7 to 9 p.m. today at 2104 S. Saliha St. MRS. EVA B.

SKINNER, 88, died yesiterday at in Worcester a long illness. is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Leon Van i and Miss Frances Skinner, "both of Worcester; three sons, W. Barnard and George W. Skinner, both of Syracuse, and Maynard B.

Sk i of Worcester; 11 grandchildren, 32 greatgrand- children, and one great-great- grand daughter. Services will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the family home in Worcester, the.Rev. Larry. H.

Saxe officiating. Burial will be in Worcester Cemetery. Friends may call at the family home at their convenience. Mrs. Catherine Trautman; a son, Karyl Trautman of Clear- water, a daughter, Mrs, Riley of Pulaski; a sister, Mrs.

Florence Doyle of Syracuse; grandchildren. Services waM be at 9 a.m. i a at Maurer Funeral Liverpool, and 9:30 a.m. in Church requiem high Mass will be celebrated. Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m, today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

tomorrow at the funeral home. Burial will be in Assumption Cemetery. of St. Joseph's Hospital. Surviving, besides the parents, are a sister, Christine Marie Ponto; her maternal grandparents, Mr.

and Mrs. Harry Scouten, and her paternal great-grandfather, Placido Pornto. Services will be at 8:30 a.m. today at the Minale Funeral Honic A Mass of the Angels will Be offered at 9:30 a.m. in Lady of Pompei Church.

Burial will be in Assumption Cemetery. JOHN G. BUTLER FONERAL HOME 8104 South Saltna St OR 8- CallaHah-Hanley-Mooney Milton Aye, Carter Funeral Home, Inc GRANT BLVD. OR Meech, Inc. FCTNERAL CHAPEL 600 Onondaga St, GR GANG 104 Fordbam Rd, H03-6161 Garfie Id -Funeral Home, Inc.

RICHARD-M. GARFIELD J13 Wegtcott St OR t-SStl Greenleaf Fcineral Home, 1 "TM 503 W. ONONDAGA 8T. If. H.

QREENLEAf UC. MOR. Labacz.Funeral Home Peter Lie. Mir. Cii.Tetll Ave GR9-5117 PL Second 423-116'! P1RRO SONS, Inc.

514 Turtle St. HA 24417 Schumacher-Whelan Bros. FTTNZRAL HOMX Onondigm 81 OR M7TI JOHN C-TINDALL FUNERAL BOMB IK1 W. flt. HO -MSI EDW.


N.T. i. Fwwral HlKUl 1 Foiaral SlIlM 2MI racuso; 38 grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. Private services will be con- tomorrow at'the DeWitt Funeral Home at the convenience of the family, the Rev. Dr.

J. Edward Hamilton Burial will be in Morningside Cemetery. There are no calling hours. i i for IiAPENNA 54, of 921 Tyson PL, a native Syracusan who died a in Jackson Memorial Hospital, i a i will be at 8:45 a.m. tomorrow at Plrro Sons Fu-' neral Home.

A requiem high Mass will celebrated 9:30 a.m. in Our Lady of Pompei Churdi. Burial ill be in Assumption Cemetery. Mr. LaPenni was a World War II'' veteran an(J' a comm 1 a of Our Lady of Pompei Church.

Calling houn will be 2 to 4 HOWARD 0. CRANER 68, 5605 Thompson Road, a at Laguna Beach, while visiting his daughter. Born in Cazenovia, he was associated with the trucking many years. A World War I veteran, he was a member of DeWitt Community Church. Surviving a four sons, William of Jamesville, Howard 0: Jr.

of Camillus, Richard of Massena a Paul a of Westmoreland; three daughters, Mrs. Earl Morris of Jamesville, Mrs. Joseph Scott of East Syracuse and Mrs. Paul Westbrook of Laguna a sister, Mrs. Lietfred of Laguna Beach; and 17 grandchildren.

Services will be 2 p.m. Fri- in DeWitt Community the Rev. Alexander Carmichael officiating. Burial will be in Walnut Grove Cemetery, Jamesville. Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

tomorrow at Fairchild Meech DeWitt Chapel, 3690 Brie Blvd. E. Contributions may be made to DeWitt Community Church building fund. THOMAS A. RANGER, 72, died yesterday at Veterans Administration Hospital after a long illness.

A retired. truck driver, he was a native of the Town of Clay and had been a resident Syracuse seven Mr. Ranger is survived by his wife, Manning Ranger; two daughters, Mrs. Frances Ware of Riverview, Mrs, Shirley Shipman; four sons, Thomas of Mattydale, Donald of Rantoid, 111., James and Richard? Rianger; sisters, Mrs. Elma Wood of Buffalo and Mrs.

Lillian Forshec of Pensacola, 22 grandchildren and great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Services will be at 11 a.m. i a at Maurer Funeral Liverpool, the Rev. Lavern C. Dibble of the First Ward'Methodist Church officiating.

Spring burial will be in North Syracuse Cemetery. Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at the funeral home. American Legion services will be at 7:30 p.m.

tomorrow at the funeral home. DeWitt Housewife Sought in Assault Case and 7 (o Turtle St. Sheriff's deputies yesterday put out an alarm for a 32- year-old DeWitt housewife accused in the assault of her elderly mother-in-law after a a i argument Monday The suspect, wanted oh a charge of second degree as- nault, is described as 5 feet 7 inches tall, IW hair, eyes, wearing a red jacket, blue stretch pants and a car coat. In fair condition in the In 73, who lived with her daughter-in-law and son in the Town of DeWitt, deputies, said. Sheriff's department spokes- Hi an Clifford English said Mrs.

Eames was found injured by her son when he went to awaken -her early yesterday. The actual assault, English said, apparently curred Monday night. English said Mrs. Eames Investigators she had been knocked to the floor, i and beaten. Mrs.

a HS suffered cute and Pm. 51 tensive Care Unit of Memorial i over most of her Hospital is Mrs. Anna Eames, body, he said. Unit Approves Road Addition MRS. ANNA BUSO, 65, of Hill Road, Mottville, died a at.

Auburn Memorial Hospital a a short illness, in Central Europe, Mrs. Buso bad lived in the Skaneateles a a 45 years. She was a member, of Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, and a of. its Ladies Altar Guild. She is survived by her hui- band, George Buso; a son, D.

George two daughters, Mrs. Donald (Mildred)' Glaze, and Mrs. Paul (Irene) Akers; three brothers, John, WiUiam and Paul Holich, and two sis- iersV Mrs. Julia Floden and Mildred Placko, all of Bemardsville, N. 7,, and eight grandchildren.

Services witl be 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Bernie O'Niel Funeral Home, 51 Jordan Skaheateles, and 2 p.m. in Holy Trinity Church, the Rev. Rudolph Shintay officiating. Frieads may call 7 to 9 p.m.

today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at the funeral home. Prayer services will be at 8 p.m. tomorrow, MRS. BERTA RIGHTMYER ONEIDA Mrs.

Berta E. Rightmyer, 82, of 445 Oxford a former resident of Syracuse, died afternoon in City Hospital. Mrs. Rightmyer was borri in 'the Town of Westford, Otsega County, and had been a resident -of Syracuse 38 years, moving to Oneida about four months ago. A former employe of the Drumlins Country Club, Syracuse, she was a member of the First English Lutheran Church of Syracuse.

Her husband, Floyd W. Rightmyer, died in 1962. Surviving are a son, Ivan B. i of Oneida, a granddaughter, Susan Russell great-granddaughter, Miss Cynthia Russell, both of Webster. Services will be at 2 p.m.

Friday at 813 Euclid Syracuse, her former home. The Rev. Frank H. Shimer officiating. Burial will be made in South Valley Cemetery.

Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at 813 Euclid Syracuse. Arrangements are i handled by the Campbell-Dean Main Oneida, N. Y. Fire Alarms -Among alarms answered by city firemen yesterday were: 4:32 p.m., 514 W.

Gehesce St, water In elevator shaft. 6:47 p.m., 129 Dell St, emergency. 6:35 p.m., 816 Stolp transformer. 9:49 p.m., 107 Shonnard grease on stove. THE POST-STANDARD, Syracuse; N.Y., Wednesday, March 7 transfer to pax for overtime other expensei in connection i recent MOW fighting.

A total of 100 was transferred from the Ienerai contingent fund to pay for overtime and from the general contingent fund to The Public Works Commit- Village of Manllus, tee of the County Board of Su- grly to the county line upon pervisors yesterday approved a resolution which would add to the county highway system a five-mile portion, of New completion of new road. The resolution will go to the Board of Supervisors at its meeting next week. York State Route 92, from the committee approved pay for travel and meals. One ten TM ten thousand miles All families in this area, whether they live a few, blocks from- our funeral home or SO iniles away, can rely on us for dependable, economical assistance. Furthermore, all.families in the area can confidently turn to us when bereavement occurs away from home in another, city and state entirely.

We realize that, whatever the distance, the basic needs of the family are the same and we are prepared to provide for them. Funeral Home Inc. HAROLD H. GREENLEAF, JR. PRESIDENT 503 WEST ONONDAGA ST.

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