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in -.a. yvVO'V - 8 THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, THURSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 26, 1953 a d e f g h 29 t.- Baseball Roundui Brissie Signs With Indians; 5 Regulars Still Out of Fold TUCSON. Ariz.. Feb. 25 (AP). Pitcher Lou Brissie signed his con tract today, leaving five Cleveland Indian regulars still to come to terms here at the spring training camp opening. . The five want a total of about , $25,000 more than the estimated J 130,000 they earned last season. In the quintet are the Tribe's 20-game winners, Bob Lemon, Early Wynn and Mike Garcia, along with cen terfielder Larry Doby and second baseman Bob A Vila. Princeton Wins Polar Bear Track Continued from First Sports Page In the record-shattering two-mile relay. The Tiger mile relay team overcame a 40-yard deficit incurred in the first two laps to take the race in 3:23.6, with Tom Eglin just nipping Perm's Ted Booth at the tape. Eglin also won the 60-yard dash in 6.4 seconds. Al Thompson of Columbia was the only other double winner of the day. His toss of 54 feet 5?4 inches took the 35-pound weight throw and shattered the old meet record by nearly three feet. He also won the shotput on a heave of 51 feet, 3' inches, with Perm's John McCallum second in both events. Art Faulk of Pennsylvania took the broad jump with a leap of 22 feet, 7 inches, and Quakers' Winfred Lee recorded a 5 feet, 10 inch effort to win the high jump. Carl Sempier was the other Quaker victor, with a winning time of 0:07.7 in the 60-yard high hurdles. MILE: 1. Thoburn Maxwell. Princeton: 2. William Bruch. Columbia: 3. Lew. Pennsylvania: 4. Dave Harshaw. Pennsylvania. 4:19.4. 600: 1. Frederick Schlereth. Columbia: 2. Paul Raudenbush. Pennsylvania: 3. Rudolph Clarence. Columbia: 4. Joseph Myers. Princeton. 1:12.0. (Run in heal, places decided, on tune.) bo HURDLES: 1. Carl Sempier. Pennsylvania: 2. Donald Keller. Princeton: 3. Ralph 1. p.ich. Columbia: 4. Thomas Bain. Princeton. 0. 07 7 60- 1. Thomas Eglin. PTinceton: 2. Oeorge Shaw. Columbia: 3. Art Fauik. Pennsylvania: 4. Rbert Mercier. Columbia. 0:06.4. 1000: 1. Richard Vua. Princeton: 2. Rau-der.busn. Pennsylvania: 3. Robert De Witt, Pennsylvania: 4. John Condemi. Columbia. 2 13.5. (New meet record, old record 2:17.4. by D Witt. 1952 TWO MILE: 1. Maxwell. Princeton: 2. Vernon Ord.way. Princeton; 3. Peter Wilde. Pennsyl-tn:a; 4. Jay Dushoff. Pennsylvania. 10:21.8. MILE RELAY: 1. Princeton (Keller. Howard Swearer. Mvers. Eglini: 2. Pennsylvania; 3. Co.umbla. 3:23 6. TWO-MILE RELAT: 1. Princeton (Robert McFarlane. Maxwell. Tafia. Duncan Stephen): 2. Pennsylvania: 3. Columbia. 7:56.1. (New meet reord. old record 7:58.5. by Princeton. 1952 ) FRESHMEN DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY: 1. Princeton iTempest Lowry. Gabriel Marlcis-son. Robert Varren. Donald Swearer); 2. Columbia: 3. Pennsylvania. 7:57 9. 35-POUND WEIGHT THROW: 1. Albert Thompson. Columbia. 54 It. 53 in.: 2. John McCallum. Pennsylvania. 25 ft. 3 in.: 3. Bruce hilty. Princeton. 47 ft. 8 in.: 4. Don Doners, Princeton. 46 ft. 5fi in.. (New meet record, old record 51 ft. 11 in., by Michael Pappas. Columbia. 1938 HIGH JUMP: 1. Winfred Lee. Pennsylvania. 5 f(. 10 in.: 2. tie. Joseoh Hackman. Pennsylvania. Leonard Lyons. Princeton 5 ft. 8 in.: 4. tie. John Hastings. Princeton. David Summers. Princeton. 3 ft. 6 in. POLE VAULT: 1. Van Zimmerman. Pennsylvania. 13 ft. 10 in.: 2. tie. Jeremy Bucb. Princeton. Robert Owen. Pennsylvania, 12 ft. 6 in.: 4. tie. Fred Almgren. Princeton. Alan Rose. Pennsylvania. William Bason. Columbia. 11 ft. (New record, old record 13 ft. 6 in., by Richard Ganslen. Columbia. 1937. and Warren Broemel. Columbia, 1942.) SHOT PUT: 1. Thompson. Columbia. 51 ft. 3 in.; 2. McCallum. Pennsylvania. 50 ft. JO'i in.: 3. Lyons. Princeton. 49 ft. li in.; 4. John Emery. Princeton. 41 ft. 8 in. BROAD JUMP: 1. Fautk. Pennsylvania. 22 ft. 7 In.; 2. Homer 8mith. Princeton. 22 ft. 6 In.: 3. Richard Evans. Princeton. 22 ft. 43i lr. ; 4. Stephen Swenarud. Princeton. 20 ft. m In. Walcott, Rocky Sign for Bout Continued from First Sports Page that will give each 30 percent down the line on the gate and proposed home television. There is no pro vision for a rematch. A $50 top already has been approved by the Illinois State Athletic Commission Both gave polite little speeches to the assembled writers and sport-casters. TERRIFIC BOUT Said Marciano: "The first match was a terrific bout and this one should be, too. I'll be ready April 10. Walcott countered: "I never felt better in my life. Come April and I expect to be the first man ever to win the heavywieght title back." Marciano, with 71 rounds of sparring already under his belt, said he weighed 189, five pounds more than when he knocked out Jersey Joe. Walcott, appearing slightly thick through the shoulders and neck, said he weighed 203,i. He weighed 196 against Marciano. The stadium is scaled for an $358,000 gate pegged on a capacity of 26,000, including standing room Negotiations still are underway for national telecasting of the Friday night bout with the rights expected to sell for between $250,000 and $300,000. Chicago and Milwaukee, 90 miles to the north, will be blacked out. Al Weill, Marciano's manager, and Rocky later today were to fly to Holland. Mich., to inspect the champ's training quarters in the tulip country of western Michigan. They plan to remain in Holland, across Lake Michigan from Chicago, and begin workouts early next week. Walcott leaves tonight for his home at Camden, N. J., and will start intensive training next week at Atlantic City. Miss Benson Wins In Florida Golf ORMOND BEACH, Fla Feb. 25 (UP). Bobbie Benson, Sunnybrook C.C., Philadelphia, defeated Hazel Ross, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y., 4 and 3 in a first round golf match of the 24th annual South Atlantic women's tournament today. Veteran Edean Anderson, Helena, Mont., was upset by Polly Martin, Mount Gainesville, O.. 2-1. Favorites, including medalist Barbara Romack. Sacramento, Calif., survived the initial round. Temple Pharmacy Tops Textile in Overtime Temple Pharmacy's Jon Mlodzin ski, who took high scoring honors with 22, tallied the winning goal in overtime to defeat Philadelphia Textile, 61-59, at Broad st. and Columbia ave. last night. Temple Pharmacy Textile P. r. p. 2 18 2 6 4 4 14 0 4 1 13 Pofter.f BoersUer.f Gondleman.f Meltzler.t Anderson.e Mlodzinski.e Sehoonover.e Sterng P-r-neberg.g Buscemi.g naull,c 0 O'Neill. f 7 Zav.-igiia.f 1 Kalman.f O Thcmpsca.e 1". ".iitiie j Ji'cadnurst.g li 3 O O o Tti 19 23 si Totals ?3 13 59 1 Terrl Pharmacy 12 8 14 18 9 61 Textile 12 13 13 14 759 SARASOTA, FUu, Feb. 25 (UP). Veteran southpaw Manric Mc-Dermott and catcher Gas Niarhos were termed holdonU today when they failed to report for the official opening f Boston Red Sox training. All of the non-batterymen scheduled to workout were present when first baseman Dick Ger-nert completed the list of invitees to preliminary practice. - ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Feb. 25 CAP). The training sauad of tne New York Yankees was swelled to 11 today as three regulars joined the batterymen who have been working aut since Monday. Outfielder Hank Bauer and inflelders Joe Collins and Gil McDougald are the new arrivals. There was nothing new on the club's holdout situation but further signees are expected Thursday when Roy Hamey, assistant general manager, will confer with southpaw Ed Iopat and outfielder Gene Wood-ling, BRADENTON, Fla., Feb. 25 (VP). Pitchers Vern Bickford and Lew Burdette conferred with General Manager John Quinn of the Braves today but failed to sign contracts. Max Surkont, en route from his Pawtucket, R. I., home, was due to talk with Quinn tonight but nothing had been heard from southpaw Don Liddle, the other holdout stajjman. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Feb. 25 ( AP) . St. Louis Cardinals inflelders and outfielders reported ready for work today at their spring training camp site. Manager Eddie Stanky said he has cut the training sessions down to an hour and 45 minutes because "no body is carrying an important amount of excess weight." VERO BEACH, Fla., Feb. 25 (AP). After all the hullabaloo over Brooklyn's benching Billy Cox to give Bobby Morgan his deserved chance on third base, the latter was at shortstop In the first infield workout today. Manager Charlie Dressen explained that he also had to look at Jim Baxes, the returning GI, and Don Hoak, up from Montreal. Both are third basemen. Hoak worked out for the first time today along with Cox, who shagged flies in the outfield. LAKELAND, Fla., Feb. 25 (UP). Detroit southpaw Hal Newhouser made his first mound appearance of the spring today as six Tiger pitchers served them up in a lengthy batting practice. The others were Dave Madison Bill Wight and Billy Hoeft, of last years staff; Hal Enckson, bought from Dallas, and Ted Kapusinski, re turning from two years of military service. PHOENIX, Ariz., Feb. 25 (UP). Veteran righthander Larry Jansen breezed through a 15-minute batting practice chore today and said he thinks the back injury that tied him down last season is completely healed. Manager Leo Durocher all but predicted a pennant for the Polo Grounders when Jan-sen's performance indicated he could equal his 1951 record of 23 victories. Whitey Lock-man arrived and started drilling immediately. LaSalle Defeats Lafayette, 56-50 Continued from First Sports Page viggi tossed in eight field goals and three fouls for 19 points. Just as Gola made it possible for LaSalle to win, so did Alviggi keep Lafayette in the running until almost the very end. USES ZONE DEFENSE Lafayette used a zone defense all the way and the Explorers had trouble. They scored only 21 points in the first half, low for the fourth-ranking team in the country. The Explorers, unable to get close often through the zone defense, were forced to shoot from the outside and made good on only 20 of 70 shots. Gola hit on eight of 20. Lafayette, on the other hand, played a more careful game and while it could not penetrate LaSalle's man for man defense often, the Leopards did connect 17 times on 43 shots. ' On rebounds, LaSalle had a big edge, with Gola in the key role. LaSalle recovered 54 rebounds to 25 for the Maroon. The setback was Lafayette's 11th in 21 games. LaSalle Lafayette P. G. G r. 4 Grekin. f Moore, f Katheder. ( Gola. c Iehle. ( Altieri. f Warrington.( Gilson. g O'Hara, ( 6 Weissenborn.f 5 1 9 S. Kaulkin. I 0 O Miller, c 9 23 Xeuch. c 1 7 Alviggi. g 1 1 Quigg. g 0 0 Powers, g 0 0 O 8 0 3 Total LaSalle Lafayette 20 IS 56 Totalt 12 9 9 15 17 1 50 19 IS '56 11 13 50 Penn Freshmen Win Swim Meet Parland Johnstone and John Strite scored double victories to lead Penn's freshman swimming team to a 70-14 triumph over the Delaware freshmen at Hutchinson Pool, yesterday. The Quakers swept 10 events in registering their seventh victory in 11 dual meets. 300 MEDLEY RELAY: 1. Penn (Jerry Gleason. Ron Linder. Pete HaI- 3:32 3. 220 FREESTYLE: 1, Saul Freidman, Penn: 2. Henry Berkowitz, Penn; 3, Dick Taylor. Delaware 2:40.6. 50 FREESTYLE: 1. John Strite. Penn: 2. Bob Greeley. Delaware: 3. Art Prlebe, Penn 0:25 9. 150 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY: 1. Parland Johnstone, Penn; 2. Tom Duff. Delaware; 3. Jack Cahill. Penn 1:43.4. DIVE: 1. Pete Eigo. Penn: 2. Jay SUver-thorne. Penn; 3, Greeley. Delaware 60.83 points. 100 FREESTYLE: 1. Strite. Penn: 2. Fried- 1 man. Penn; 3, Everett Whorl. Delaware 1:00.5. 200 BACKSTROKE: 1, Johnstone, Penn: 2. Cahill. Penn; 3. Fred Herllhy. Delaware 2:17.8. 200 BACKSTROKE: ' 1, Linder. Penn; 2. Duff, Delaware; 3. Wolf Springer, Penn 2:37 8. 440 FREESTYLE: 1. Bob Kalish. Penn: 2. Saul Harrison, Perm; 3. Ed White, Delaware 7:034. 400 FREESTYLE RELAY? 1. Penn (Hale. Berkowitx, Priebe, Gleason 4.23:3. Immaculate Victor Marcy Mika's 21 points helped Immaculata College girls defeat the visiting Bryn Mawr College girls, 46-13, last night. The Bryn Mawr J a y v e e s vanauished Immaculata tawapc IR.'iR JayveeS, ao 40. Warriors Bow; Royals Top N.Y. Continued from First Sports Fags great night, hitting on 10 of 19 shots and leading the Warriors with 21 points. The partisan Boston fans gave him a tremendous ovation as he came to the bench. BORYLA. KEF TANGLE . Cousy converted the free throw and when Ed Macauley connected on a twisting shot, the Celtics led, 82-76, and held on to the finish. Cousy's 22-point output was matched by Macauley, while George Senesky, who hit on seven of 14 shots, helped the Warriors with 16 points. In the opener, Rochester's Bobby Wanzer converted seven straight free throws in overtime and Carl Christ- ensen connected for two field goals to give the Royals their victory. The Knicks, who trailed, 34-24, at half-time, had a 64-63 lead with less than two minutes to play in regulation, but Christensen made a free throw and the Royals froze the ball the rest of the way, missing the final shot. Carl Braun and Connie Simmons, of the Knicks, led the scoring with 25 and 20 points respectively. After the game. New York's Vince Boryla charged Referee Jim Gaffney and strenuous efforts were required to separate them. Irked because three of his players had fouled out early in the overtime, Joe Lapchick hurled a water bucket and, much to the amusements of the Royals, most of its contents drenched the New York coach. Boston Warriors G. r. f. G. Brannum.f 2 8 Pulks.f 1 1 Workman, 111 Mooney.f 1 o Johnston.o 4 22 Finn. ir O 2 Bobb.g 5 13 Senesky, 4 22 13 Riahoney.f 10 2 3 4 1 3 7 cooper.! Harris. f Vfacauley.e Vfahnken.e Sharman. Sousy.g Donham.ff Total 34 19 87 Totals 29 18 30 20 80 16 87 1 PO Boston 24 Warrior 13 26 28 Free throws missed Johnston 5. FUlKs 2 Bcbb 2. Finn 2. Senesky. Macauley 3, Harris. onarman. uonnam. rersonai louis Mooney 3, Workman 2. Fulfcs 6. Johnston 2. Senesky 3. Finn 2. Bobb 4, Cooper 5. Mahoney, Brannum 2. Harris, Macauley 4. Mahnken 2. Cousy 4, Sharman 3". Dc-nham 3. Officials Stan Stutg and Joe Serafin. Rochester G. Johnson. f 3 Coleman. f 1 Spears. f 0 Christensen. f 4 New York F. P. G. F 8 14 Boryla.f 1 2 4 6 Galla in.f 1 O 0 Vand'weghe.f 2 3 11 Cllfton.c Risen. c 4 8 Simmons. e 1 1 R.Maguire.g 6 18 Braun. g 2 8 SurhoS g 7 13 Hannum.e Davies.g McMahon.f Wanzer, g Totals Rochester 22 35 79 Totals 23 25 71 14 20 15 15 15 79 8 16 23 17 7 71 New York iree Throws Missed: Risen 3. Wanzer 2. Davies. Coleman. Braun 5. R. Maguire 2. Simmons, Clifton, Vanderweghe. Gallatin, Boryla. Five Top Scorers In NBA Bill Here The first five scorers in the National Basketball Association will be in action tonight when the Warriors face the Minneapolis Lakers in the second game of a double- header at the Arena after the Bos ton Celtics meet the Baltimore Bullets in the opener at 7:45. The Warriors' Neil Johnston, NBA leader in average points per game, will duel with the former point king, George Mikan, in the nightcap. In the opener. Bob Cousy, Ed Macauley and Bill Sharman will be in Boston's lineup against the revamped Bullets. Johnston, Cousy and Mikan all have excellent chance to take the title as the season hits the stretch. FIRST GAME 7:45 P. M. Baltimore Pos. Boston 17 D. Barksdale 11 P. Hoffman F. F. C. G. C. Cooper 11 B. Harris 1-3 S. Macauley 22 B. Cousy 14 15 E. Miller 8 R. Luoinn 18 J. Baechtold G. REPLACEMENTS Rolflm-. 7 niir u. B. Sharman 21 9. Bob Priddy; 10. Ralph O'Brien: J2. Jack Kerns: 16. Don Henrilrtrn Rncmn- 4 v. Rollins: 9. Gene Conley; 12. Bob Donham: 18 Bob Brannum: 23. John Mahnken. SECOND GAME 9:45 P. M. MinneaDolift Pm x; 9 V. Mikkelsen F. Joe Fulks 10 l J- Po lard F. J. Mooney 7 - ?lk"n c- N. Johnston 6 22 S. Martin a. n irinn u 18 Pp Saul G. N Bobb 5 REPLACEMENTS XTinr,.,!!.. , i Sri0?' Jlm Holstein: 16. Bob Harrison: 20. Whiter Skcog. Warriors: 8. George Senesky: 9. Don Lofgran: 12. Mark Workman: 15. Ralph Poison; 16. Bill Mlkvy. Mrs. Rawls Victor In State Squash Mrs. William Rawls. tOD-seeded. reached the semi-finals, a round ahead of the field, of the Pennsyl vania State women's souash ran. quets championship by defeating Mrs. Ellwood I. Beatty, Jr., TJ. S veterans titlist, 15-8, 15-6, 15-7, yes- teiuay at i-niiaaeiphia Country Club. The summaries follow: SINGLES t;TIR.S7' ROUNP Hilda Smith-Peterson. Boston, defeated Mr Pr.ri.rii, d r, M.' t?'Cket- .-"a 15"9- 15:1 1: Mrs. "John Carrott. Greenwich, Conn., defeated Mrs. Car ter simonin. Phlla. Cricket. 15-7. 15-10 15- LV. w;i?f.hV'r"n- nUa- Cricket, defeated Mr5,w?'ter Mahony. New York. 4-15. 15-4. 10-12. 17-14. QUARTER-FINAL Rorrwn m Rawls. Phila. Cricket, defeated Mrs. Ellwood L Beatty. Jr.. Cynwyd. 15-8. 15.6 i s-7 DOUBLES FIRST ROtlNfl Mrs Mrlin Uh t aid Manly-PowTe. Phlla." Cricket, defeated Miss Smith-Peterson and Mre. Bayard Stockton rnnceton. N. J., 15-13. 15-8. 10-15, 15-9-Mrs. Carrott and Mr. J. Newton Hunsberger' Germantown Cricket, defeated Virginia Crook. Merion Cricket, and Mrs. Doris Welsh. Phila. Cricket. 15-12. 15-6. IS-- Mm R. ,1. ..d Lois Dllks. Cynwyd, defeated Tonl Loughran and Barbara Loftus. Phlla. Cricket. 15-5, 15-4. 15-7: Bettv Shellenhrrr. Phfl s.(,,vt and Mrs. James Mattson. Germantown Cricket.' oeieaiea Mrs. tnaries (Helen Sigel) Wilson, Phila. Country, and Mrs. Dee Cheston. Germantown Cricket. 15-8. 15-9. 15-9. Rutgers CSJ Beats Glassboro Rutgers College of South Jersey walloped Glassboro Teachers, 102- 79, for its 14th triumph in 18 games at Glassboro last night. Harry . Rutgers CSJ Glassboro o. P. G. Murray. t Smith.! Kernan.f Anderson.e Raimondo.f Stump. g Fauver.c 7 8 2 11 12 3 1 15 Lynch.? 16 Cowell.f 4 Manning. e 27 Colangelo.e 25 Subotich.c 13 R. Brandt. r 2 Lockenmyer.c G Brandt, g Totals 44 14 102 27 14 Total 26 21 14 21 30 19 79 28 102 30 79 Rutgers CSJ Glassboro Noonday Lenten Services Arch Street Methodist, Broad and Arch st.. Dr. Alexander K. Smith, district superintendent, speaker, 12:30 P. M. Assumption B. V. M., 1133 Spring Garden st., Mass. 12:05 P. M. Brotherhood of St. Andrew, St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 10th st. above Chestnut, Right Rev. William Crittenden, Bishop of Erie, speaker, 12:30 P. M. Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul, 18th st. and the Parkway, Mass. 12:05 P. M. Christ Church, 2d st. above Market, the Rer. John Detwiler, of Johns Hopkins University, speaker, 12:30 P. M. Gloria Dei (Old Swedes), Delaware ave. at Christian St., 12:30 P. M. Holy Trinity Episcopal, 19th and Walnut sts., the Right Rev. Russell Sturgis Hubbard, Suffragan Bishop of Michigan, speaker, 12:25 P. M. Immaculate Conception, Front and Allen sts., Mass, 12:05 P. M. Old St. Joseph's, 324 Willing' alley, Mass, 12:05 P. M. Charities, Institutions Share Garrigues Estate Several charitable and cultural institutions will share in the estate of Mrs. Miriam R. Garrigues, which was tentatively valued at $50,000 and upward, it was disclosed by her will, probated yes terday. Mrs. Garrigues. a former teacher and musician, was the wife of Edwin B. Garrigues and lived at 1900 Rit-tenhouse Square. She died Jan. 29 in Hahnemann Hospital, a short time after being stricken outside the hospital on Broad st. with a heart attack. She was 82. Her husband is the immediate beneficiary. $5000 TO HOSPITAL Her will, dated May 1, 1952, bequeathed $5000 outright to Method ist Episcopal Hospital, to endow a free bed in memory of her husband and her late mother, Leonora A. Priske Osier, and $5000 in trust to the Matinee Musical Club. She stipulated that the trust should last for five years from the date of her death and that during that time the income should be used to make annual awards on the basis of "musical achievement and accomplishment" to children to be selected by the club from its junior and Juvenile divisions. The awards are to be known as the "Miriam R. Garrigues Founder's Prize." ACTIVE IN CLUB Mrs. Garrigues had been a member of the Matinee Musical Club since 1911 and served as president from 1919 to 1923. Her other mu sical activities were as organist in the French Episcopal Church, for merly located at 22d and Delancey sts., and as chairman of the Amer ican Composers and National Fed eration of Music Clubs for four years. At the end of five years the trust bequest to the Matinee Musical Club is to cease and the principal is to be turned over to the Methodist Orphanage, Monument and Belmont aves. FUND FOR CHURCH She also bequeathed $1000 each to the Preacher's Aid Society of the Philadelphia Conference of the Methodist Church and the Arch Street Methodist Church, Broad and Arch sts.. The bequestto the latter is for its endowment 'fund, but it may use the money- toward purchase of a new organ. Mrs. Garrigues disclosed that she and her husband had provided that upon death of the survivor, their summer home, Miraned Rocks, at Annisquam, Gloucester, Mass., should be used to' help establish the Edwin B. Garrigues Foundation. RESIDUE IN TRUST After a $10,000 bequest to her brother, Wilbur F. Osier; bequests of $2500 each to two nephews, and $1900 to be divided among two friends and four relatives of her husband, she left the residue in trust to her husband. Mrs. Garrigues was a graduate of the Philadelphia Girls High School and taught for a number of years in the public schools here. $10,000 FOR SISTER George Raymond Conover, 5614 Greene st., a former publisher, who died Feb. 10, bequeathed the residue of his $50,000 estate to his wife, Dorothy Conover, after giving $10,-000 to his sister, Mrs. Florence C. Amidon; $2000 to his sister, Mrs. Fred W. Schmidt, and $2000 to the Women's Society of Christian Serv ice of the Methodist Church of the Advocate, Wayne ave. and Queen st. The church bequest is in memory of his deceased wife, Anna Stites Conover. Inventories filed: Henry H. Horst, 3705 Powelton ave., $195,722: Bertha Stiiwell Jones, $68,928 in Pennsylvania plus $13,758 in Maine, and Laura Stout Jenkins, $25,953. Talk by Priest Ends Pier Strike The walkout of 120 longshoremen at the Franklin Sugar Refinery pier, Delaware ave. and Reed st., ended yesterday following a talk to the workmen by the Rev. Dennis J. Comey, S. J., waterfront arbiter. ' The men, who walked off their jobs last Thursday in a dispute over work crew priorities, had ignored a writ ten order from the priest Tuesday that told them to return to the job. The longshoremen also ignored similar orders from officials of their union. Local 1291, International Longshoremen's Association (AFL) EXPLAINS WORKING RULES Yesterday, Father Comey stood on a truck-trailer at the rear of the pier and the longshoremen gathered around. He informed the men that working rules provided that each crew get basically the same amount of work, even if the longshoremen had to work on more than one ship to even out the schedule. The men then returned to work unloading the freighter, Bahia de Nuevitas, aboard which the dispute started. PORT TIEUP LOOMED The incident could have conceivably set off a tieup of the entire port. Th Philadelphia Marine Trade Association had intended to ask the ILA to supply other crews to the sugar pier if the men had not returned yesterday. If the union refused, the PMTA reportedly would have halted all loading and unloading operations in the port. Old St. Mary's, 4th at. above Spruce, Mass, 12:05 P. M. Our Lady of Mercy, Broad st. and Susquehanna ave., Mass, 12:05 P. M. St. Augustine's, 4th and Vine sts.. Mass, 12:05 P. M. St. Francis de Sales, 47th st. and Springfield ave., Mass, 12:05 P. M. St. Gregory's, 5 2d and Warren sts., Mass, 12:05 P. M. St. Joachim's, Church and Gris-com sts. Mass, 12:05 P. M. St. John the Evangelist, 13th st. above Chestnut, Mass, 12:05 P. M. St. Mark's Episcopal, 1625 Locust st.. Holy Eucharist, 12:10 P. M. St. Stephen's, Broad and Butler sts. Mass, 12:05 P. M. St. Vincent's, 109 E. Price st. Mass, 12:05 P. M. St. Alice's, Stonehurst, Mass, 12:05 P. M. . St. Colman's, Ardmore, Mass, 12:05 P. M. St, Philomena's, Lansdowne, Mass, 12:05 P. M. C. E. Shipe Dies, Newsman, 78 Calvin E. Shipe. a veteran newspaperman, of 829 Vine st., Camden, died yesterday in the Camden County Hospital, at Lakeland, after a long illness. He was 78. A native of Sunbury, Pa., Mr. Shipe began his newspaper career on the Northumberland Democrat, a weekly publication. He worked as a reporter and copy editor on the North American, the Public Ledger, the Evening Telegraph, the Evening Bulletin and The Inquirer. He also was employed as wire editor of the former Camden Post Telegram and on the copy desk of the Camden Courier. Mr. Shipe was a member of the Knights of Pythias, Lodge 78, Chester, and Abraham Browning Council 122, Junior Order United American Mechanics. Surviving are his wife, Mary C; a daughter. Mary C, and a brother, Warren, of Pittsburgh. Services will be held at 11 A. M. Saturday at Holl's funeral home, 811 Cooper St., Camden. -Burial will be in Arlington Cemetery, Pennsauken township. Aaron A. Wood Aaron A. Wood, retired Swedeland restaurateur and grocer, died Tues day at his home, Flint Hill and Gulph rds., Swedeland, after a long illness. He was 56. A member of one of the first fam ilies to settle in Upper Merion town ship, Montgomery county, he was born and lived his entire life in the same house. Surviving are his wife, Mary H Ward Wood; two daughters, Mary and Margaret; three sons, William, Robert and Thomas; three sisters Mrs. Gertrude Ledger, Miss Mary Ann Wood and Mrs. Veronica Touhy; Land one grandchild. Solemn Requiem Mass will be sung Saturday at 9:30 A. M. in St. Ger trude's Catholic Church, West Con- shohocken, with interment at St. Matthew's Cemetery, Conshohocken Abram Cox Mott, Jr. Abram Cox Mott, Jr., of Gwynedd, former president of the Abram Cox Stove Co., died yesterday in Chest nut Hill Hospital. He was 74. Mr. Mott was graduated from Penn Charter School in 1896 and from Cornell University in 1900 where he was a member of the foot ball team. He was a member of the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity, and a charter member of the Penn Ath letic Club. He is survived by his wife, Kath erine Middleton Mott; a son, Abram C, 3d, of Springhouse, Pa.; two daughters, Mrs. Edward Wheeler, of North Wales, and Kay Mott, of Philadelphia; a sister, Mrs. Fitz Charles Greene, and seven grand children. Funeral services will be private at West Laurel Hill Cemetery. Abraham Zitin Abraham Zitin, of the Latches Lane Apartments, Merion, in the meat processing business here for 45 years and founder and president of the Royalist Provision Co., 9th and Poplar sts., died yesterday in Miami Beach, Fla. Mr. Zitin was a member of the Main Line B'nai B'rith Lodge and Temple Adath Israel. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Anna Zitin; three sons, Bernard C, Arnold S., and Merton H.; a daughter, Mrs. Lillian Saligman; two brothers, Benjamin and Zelig, and three sisters, Mrs. Anna Birnbaum, Mrs. Bessie Mad- way and Miss Mina Zitin. C. Russell McCollum C. Russell McCollum, employed for more than 30 years by the Curtis Publishing Co, died Tuesday at St. Agnes Hospital. He was 52. His father, the late William J. McCollum, was superintendent of the Curtis publishing plant for many years. Mr. McCollum, who lived at 848 N. 21st st., was a graduate of St Joseph's Prep school and a member of the Holy Name Society of St. Francis Xavier Church. Surviving are his wife, the former Helen Cunningham, and a daughter, Mrs. Edwin Hughes. Solem Requiem Mass will be sung at 10 A. M. Saturday. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Mrs. Harry L Halpern Mrs. Sarah L. Halpern, widow of Harry L. Halpern who was in the retail furniture business here for many years, died Tuesday in the Rest Haven Nursing Home, Broomall, where she had lived for several years. She was 90. Mrs. Halpern was a founder of the Jewish Home for the Aged and was a past president of the home. She is survived by two sons, Dr. Leon A. and Benjamin, and a daughter, Mrs. Rosalie Richmond. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 P. M. tomorrow at Joseph Levine and Sons, 1512 N. Broad st. Burial will be in Har Nebo Cemetery. Dr. Alice V. Mackenzie Dr. Alice V. Mackenzie, an eye, ear, nose and throat specialist for 42 years until her retirement in 1945, died yesterday at her home, 11862 Bustleton ave. She was 84. Dr. Mackenzie was the widow of Dr. George W. Mackenzie, also an otolaryngologist, who died Aug. 5, 1945. She was graduated from Wom an's Medical College in 1903 and served on the staffs of several Phila delphia hospitals. She is survived by a son, Paul Clopper; six grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the family's convenience. Mrs. Barneft Rubin Mrs. Fannie Rubin, widow of Bar- nett Rubin, builder and contractor, died Tuesday at her home, 6227 Pine st, after a short illness. She was 81. Mrs. Rutin was a member of Con gregation I as Lenas Hazedek. She is survived uy three daughters, Mrs Cecilia Shapiro, Mrs. Mary Laveson and Miss Esther Rubin, and two sons, Joseph and Dr. Harry Rubin. Funeral services will be held at 2 P. M. today at Joseph Levine and Sons, 1512 N. Broad st. Burial will be in Roosevelt Cemetery. Heroic Lifeguard Dies at Age of 29 Special to The Inquirer ATLANTIC CITY. Feb. 25. Eugene (Gene) Beck, a lifeguard who suffered a paralyzing injury in 1949 while trying to warn two children away from a danger zone in the surf, died tonight at the home of an aunt, Mrs. Fay Beck, at 4 N. Virginia ave. He was 29. Mr. Beck, 1948 swimming captain at Dickinson College and former paratrooper who saw service in Europe in the Second World War, had been bedridden and paralyzed from the waist down for nearly four years. He broke his spine in a fall on a rock jetty at Adriatic ave., and the Boardwalk on Aug. 24, 1949. SLIPS WARNING CHILDREN Mr. Beck, who planned to enter Temple University Law School that fall, slipped as he ran out on the jetty to warn the children away from the dangerous zone. Two other lifeguards removed the children from the surf. After specialists found that Mr. Beck would be paralyzed for life, a city-wide campaign raised $17,500 to pay his medical expenses and provide funds for his law education. JOINED PATROL IN 1948 Mr. Beck joined the Atlantic City Beach Patrol in 1942. Later he en listed in the U. S. Marine Corps, but transferred to a paratrooper unit and served overseas. He was grad uated from Dickinson College in 1949, several months before his injury. He was a r- "Tiber of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity. He also is survived by his mother, Mrs. Mae Beck Dillon and a brother. Alfred. Martin Clearfield Martin Clearfield, a teacher of music in Philadelphia for nearly 40 years, died yesterday at his home, 2432 N. 30th st, after a long illness. He was 60. Mr. Clearfield was a member of the B'nai Chaim Social. He is survived by his wife, Rose; three sons, Elvin, Maurice and Julius, and five daughters, Mrs. Fritzi Rubin, Mrs. Thelma Carson, Mrs. Doris Sokoloff, Mrs. Clare Siegel and Mrs. Lorraine Abromowitz. Funeral services will be held at 3 P. M. today at Jacob Rosen's, 423 Pine st. Burial will be in Mount Sharon Cemetery. Samuel Malschiclc Samuel Malschick, of 5625 Master st, died yesterday in Philadelphia General Hospital. He was 59. Mr. Malschick operated a grocery store at his residence for the last eight years. He is survived by his wife, Ada; a daughter, Mrs. Mar jorie Dubrow, and two sisters, Mrs. Marion Getter and Mrs. Mollie Tar shish. Funeral services will be held at 12:30 P. M. today from the Gold stein Memorial Chapel, 2129 N Broad st. Burial will bein Har Jehu- da Cemetery. Isadore Bogen Isadore Bogen, a retired wholesale wearing apparel manufacturer, of 1455 N. 60th st, died Tuesday in Philadelphia General Hospital. Mr. Bogen is survived by his wife, Sophie; two sons. Jack and Leon; a daughter, Mrs. Frances Schwartz; a brother, Sam, and a sister, Mrs Ann Bogen. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2:30 P. M. from the Goldstein Memorial Chapel, 2129 N Broad st. Burial will be in Mount Jacob Cemetery. Deaths Elsewhere Ellis Houston Hampton, 66, pioneer American automobile representative in Argentina who made a fortune selling "jeeps" to the Argentine government, at Buenos Aires . . . Asahel Nesmith Bush, 95, one of the old- time financial leaders of Oregon, at Salem, Ore. . . . Dr. Douglas H. Campbell, 93, one of the world's lead ing authorities on botany, at Palo Alto, Calif. . . . Louis Hamper, 91, dean of Detroit architects who designed the Book Tower, Sheraton- Cadillac Hotel and the Cadillac Square Building, at Detroit . . . Wit liam N. Jarnagin, 75, retired Chicago banker and industrialist, at Los Angeles. Edward Moody Seay, 53, assistant vice president of Ame rican Airlines, at New York . . . Dr. Calvin C. Marshall, 75, former chief of staff of Southside Hospital, Pittsburgh, at Riviera Beach, Fla. La Folletfe Given Eulogy in Senate WASHINGTON, Feb. 25 (AP). The Senate today unanimously adopted a resolution of regret at the death of former Senator Robert M. LaFollette, Jr., who killed himself at his home here yesterday. La Follette served in the Senate 21 years before his defeat in the 1946 Wisconsin Republican primary at the hands of Senator Joseph R. McCarthy. Senator Alexander Wiley (R.). the senior Wisconsin Senator, intro duced the resolution of regret. Mc Carthy later came to the floor with a similar resolution. Wiley and Senator Lister Hill (D., Ala.) spoke in praise of LaFollette. Majority leader Robert A. Taft (R., O.) announced that a time would be set aside next Monday for memorial speeches. Died BATCHELOR. Feb. 24. 1953. WARD A., husband of the late Margaret Taylor Batchelor, of Media. Relatives and friends are invited to the service Fri.. 11 A. M . Rlgby Funeral Home, Baltimore ave iJackson st.. Media. Int. private. BELMONT. Of 1828 Rlttenftouse Square, suddenly on Feb. 24, EARLE A., husband of Marv McGowan Belmont. Funeral services and interment private from Wm. V. Lynch' Bon. 270 8. 20th at. Please omit flowers. BENEDETTO. Feb. 22. N. WARREN, be loved husband of Lorene O. Benedetto. Relative and friends are Invited to the funeral. Fri.. 9 A. M.. Parlor of Alfonso L. Baldl it Son. 1331 S. Broad St. Solemn Requiem Mass, Annunciation Church. 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cemetery. Viewing Thursday evening. 7 to 11. BLAND. Feb. 25. 1953. FLORENCE DORISS. after a long Illness, survived by a daughter Dorifs, a son George C. and two listers. Adelaide and Anna 8. Doris. Funeral -ervlces. 2 P. M.. Fri.. Feb. 27. at 8t. Thomas Church, Whltemarshr The omission of flowers 1 requested, int. private. BfLAN. Feb. 23. 1953. WILLIAM J.. hus band of the lat Jennie Boy I an (nee Cronin) of 4205 Mantua ave. and uncle of Rev. Oeraid . McDevltt J. C U.. itev. r-rancis a . soyian and Sr. Gerald Vincent. S S.J. Relative and riends Invited to luneral bat.. 9 a. m . jnr.n P. Donohue Ac Sons. 5400 Market at. Solemn Requiem Mass. uur Mom ex 01 sorrows tnurcn. 10 A. M. Int. St. Denis Cem. Friend may ;all Frt.. 7 to 10 P. M. BRADY. Feb 24. ANNA C, aunt of George I. and Joseph M. Dougherty, 328 Clearbrook ave . Lansdowne. Funeral m. morning, o ju. George C. Toppitzer's Funeral Home, Garrett rd. at Lansdowne ave. High Mas of Requiem. 10 'clock. St. Philomena church. Lansdowoe Int. Holy Cross. Friend may call Thur. eve. Died BROWS. Feb. 24. Suddenly. OUT B . loved nuaband of JEmuie Brown. Relatives, ir.ends. members or liCgan Methodist Church Underdown Assembly, A O M P. and Beniamin franklin consistory, are invited to services, Sat.. 1 f. M . at the Logan Methodist Church. 13th A Rockland iu. Viewing Sat. morning after 11 o'clock. In.. Arlington Cem. Arrange ment by neen caul snomo. I BURKART. Feb. 24. 1953. MART EMMA. ai!e of the late Howard R. Burkart and mother a Don. k Burkhart. cf 3422 N. 17th st Rela Ives and friends invited to funeral Fri . 2 P. M.. from Robinson Funeral Home, 6157 Tor- rrsaaie ave. int. Forest Htils cemeterv Friends may call Thursday evening. CAV4U.Af. Feb. 23. 1953. MATTEO. husband of Filomena Cavallaro nee Delia Malvai. Relative, and friMrf. invifri t funeral rn.. 9 A. M . late residence, 143 N. 61sl st. Solemn Reauiem Mass. Our Ladv of Rosary Church. 10 A. M. Int. Holy Crosa Cem. Friends may call Thurs. eve. CONNOLLY Suifdmlv An Vt 94 HARRY J., beloved husband ol Virena Connolly nee Lorhheed. of 4127 L st.. aced 49 years. Rela tives, friends, also members of Mt Moriah Lodge 155. F. & A. M.. and 33d Ward Republican Club and Executive Comm. are invited to services Bat.. 10 A. M . at Kester'a ineral Heme. 809-11 r Alleshrnv ave Int Oakland Cemetery. Friends may call Friday evening. Masonic service. 8:30 P. M. COTTFR Suridmlv nn Fh 94 1 953 HARRIET W daughter of the late Herman 1). and Sarah Corcoran Cotter, of 1300 Pine st. Relatives and friends are Invited to the funeral on Saturday at 8:30 A. M. at Oliver H. Balr s. 1820 Chestnut st. Solemn Reauiem Mass at St. Teresa s Church at 10.00 A. M. Interment pri vate. Friends may call Friday eve. DALEY Feb 23. EDWARD L.. SR.. be loved husband of Dorothv Dalev (nee Oolf) of 3149 Hariville St.. in his 34th year. Rela tives and mends are invited to funeral rri . 8 30 A. M.. Kester's Funeral Home. 609-11 E. Allegheny ave. Solemn Requiem Mass. Church of the Ascension of Our Lord. 10 A. M. Friends may call Thursday evening. DEGEN. Feb. 23. 1953. of 5934 Chejtnut St.. WILLIAM H.. husband of Marine Kinkade Degen. aged 79 years. Relatives, friends and members of Tenth Presbyterian Church are invited to service Fri.. 2 P. M.- Parlors Harold B. Mulligan. 1119 W. Lehigh ave. Int. Sunset Memorial Park. Friends invited Thurs. eve. DOAK. Feb. 24. 1953. ANNIE M KEOWN. wife of the late David N. Doak. Relative and friends Invited to services on Sat.. 11 A. M . John A. Healey Funeral Home. 1830 8. 22d st. Int. Arlington Cem. Friends may call Fri. eve. DODGSON. Of the Presidential Ants., sud denly on Feb. 22. 1953. WILLIAM J., husband of late Helen (nee Smith), and father of Rev. William C. Dodgson. of St. Paul's Church. Phlla. Relatives and friends. Holv Name So ciety, employes of the Midvale Steel Co., In vited to Ryan s Funeral Home. 2504 W. Lehigh ave . Thurs. eve., and to attend funeral Fri., 8:30 A. M. Solemn Requiem Mass. St. Columba'a Church, 10 A. M. Int. Holy Crosa. DOLAN. Feb. 22. 1953. MARGARET T-, daugh er of the late John J. and Ann MrMen-amin Dolan. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Friday. 9 A. M.. Kelly Funeral Home, cor. 55th and Chester ave. Solemn Requiem Mass. Church of St. Francis de Sales. 10 A. M. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends may oall Thursday evening. noMASINSRT. Feb. 24. HFLEN fnee An-toncio. beloved wile of Sgt. Joseph Domasm-sky. U.S.A . and daughter of Nicholas and Antonia Antoncic. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Sat.. 9 A. M.. from Theodore J. Baj Funeral Home. 2656 E. Thompfon st. Solemn Requiem Mass. s.. Anne's Church. 10 A. M. Int. Holy Redeemer Cem. View. Fri. eve. DONOHOE. Suddenly. Feb. 24. 1953 THOMAS F.. husband of May Wsrd Bonohoe and father of Sr. Mary of St. Angela. CO S Relatives, friends. Holy Name Society and employes of Gimbel Brothers, invited to funeral Fri.. 9 A. M. from McElrov Funeral Home. S. W. Cor. Greene & Logan sts., Otn. Solemn Mass of Requiem. St. Francis of Assist Church, 10 A. M. Int. Cathedral Cem.. Wilmington, Del. Friends may call Thurs. eve. EADON. Of Cynwyd. Pa., on Feb. 24, 1953, MALVINA REUKAUFF, wife of the late T. Austin Eadon. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral on Friday at 8:30 A. M., from Oliver H. Bair'a. 1820 Chestnut st. Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Matthias Church at 10.00 A. M. Interment at Holy Sepulchre. Friends may call Thursday 7 to 9 P. M. EASTBCRV. Of 816 Corinthian ave., Feb. 25. GEORGE, husband of the late Algemine D. Eastburn. aged 75 years. Relative and friends invited to services Sat.. 11 A. M., Apts. Wm. H. Battersby. 3316 N. Broad st Int Ivv Hill Cem. Viewing FTiday 7 to 9 P. M. ERFEB. Feb. 24. at Laurelton. t I.. ESTHER, wife of the late Benjamin Erfer. mother of Mrs. Belle Simon. Mrs. Sara Ross. Mr. John. Mr. Edward. Mr. Jerry. Mr. Rube. Mr. Michael and Mr. Paul Erfer and sister of Mr. Abraham Saposnlck. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services Thurs.. 11 A. M. precisely at Morris Rosenberg's Son Memorial Chapel. 2009 N. Broad at. Int. Hr Jehudah Cem. FLOTTM AN. At Albany. N. Y.. on Feb 24 1953. MINNA E . wile of the Wt'li. u Flottman. Relativee and friends are tnviiA to service Fri.. 1 P. M . Funeral Home of Charlrs Wagner. 1530 Fairmount ave Int. private. Friends may cill Thurs.. 7 to 9 P M. FOX. Feb. 24. 1953. of 2928 Cedar St.. MARY, suter of Philip Fox. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral Fri.. 10 A. M . . frfm D. J FaraminajK V n n.r, 1 Urn.. 2339 E. Allegheny ave. Solemn Requiem Mpss'. jNauvny E.v M. Church. 11 A. M. Int. Holy ociFuiLine l. rrienos may can xnurs. eve. FRY. Feb. 23, 1953, of 5414 Thompr.on st., OLIVA H.. wi.'e of Joseph W. Fry. Relatives and Iriends are invited to the funeral. Fri.. 2 P. M.. from Keller Funeral Home. 13th and Lehigh ave. Int W. Laurel Hill Cemetery. Friends invited Thursday evening. CRIER. Feb. 2.1. 1953. W. LOGAN GREER. Relatives and friends invited to services. Fri.. 1 P. M.. Ogontz Parlors of Harold B. Mulligan. Ogontz & Chelten aves. Friends invited Tnurs. eve. CPOCE. On Feb. 24. 1953. of 2304 Coral St.. VIOLET, wife of Richard L. Groce. Relatives and friends Invited to the service Fri., 2:30 P. M Parlors of Harold B. Mulligan, HIS' w. Lenign ave. int. Hillside Cem. Friends invited Thurs. eve. HALPERN. Feb. 24. SARAH L.. wife of the late Harry L. Halpern, of 5401 Lebanon ave.. devoted mother of Mrs. Rosaline Richman. Mr. Benjamin W. and Dr. Leon A. Halpern. Relatives and friends are Invited to services. Fri.. 1:30 P. M . at Joseph Levine & Son's. 1512 N. Broad st. Int. Har Nebo Cemetery. HEYBL'HN. In Chester. Pa.. Feb. 24. 19S3. JOHN E., husband of Mayme G. Heyburn Aged 83. Funeral services. Harold A. Famous Funeral Home. 101 6. Church St.. West Ches ter. Pa.. Fri.. Feb. 27th. 2 P. M. Int. Binning ham Cemetery. Friends may call Thursday eve. HIKES. Of 6922 N. 19th ft.. Feb. 25. 1953 MARY M , wife of Jacob Hines. aged 82 years. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Sat.. 2 P. M . Apts. wm. H. Bsttersby. 3316 N. Broad st. Int. Northwood Cem. View ing Friday evening. HTSSEY. Of 520 W. Eilet St.. on Feb 25. 1953. HARRY B . husband 'I Myrtle Hill H'is- sey. Service for relatives and friends on Friday at 2:30 P. M. at Oliver H. Bair's. 1820 Chestnut st. Interment private. JACOBSE.V. Feb. 24. 1953. OTTO B.. JR.. formerly of 254 E. Hortter st.. son of Otto F. and the late Gertrude C. Jacobsen. Relatives, iriena and Brotherhood of Railroad Train men are invited to service Fri., 2 P. M.. Kirk Nice. 6301 Germantown ave. Int. George Washington Memorial Park. Friend may call Thurs. eve. KELLY. Feb. 24. 1953 f?ATTrF.RTN! fnee McGinn), wife of the late James Kelly of 418 Strathmore rd.. Brooklme. mother of Rev. Thomas P. Kelly. D.D.. Rector of St. Helena's R. C. Church. Center Square. Pa., late Mother Mary DeLoyola S. H. C. J. and the late Sr. Mnry Fabian S.S.J., grandmother of Sr. James Alberta s. U. S. C. Relatives, friends and Altar and Rosarv Society Invited to funeral Sat.. 9 A. M., John P. Donohue & Sons. West Ches ter Pike at Lvnn Blvd.. Unoer Darbv. Solemn Requiem Mars, Annunc'ation B. V. M. Church, Brooklme. 10 A. M Int. Holy Sepulrhre Cem. Friends msy call Fri.. 7 to 10 P. M. Kindly omit flowers KELLY. Feb 24. JOHN T .TR hnshsnd of Frances Crowley Kelly, oi Flushing. L. I. Relatives and friend are Invited to funeral Fri.. 9 A. M.. from Feckinger & Maguire Fu neral Home. 51st At Chestnut sts. Solemn Mass of Requiem. Church of the Transfiguration. 10 A. M. Int. New Cathedral Cem. Friends invited Thurs. eve. 7 to 10. KERN. Feb. 24. of 6114 Wah1nrtnn v SOPHIA, wife of the late Rev. Frederick Kern. Funeral services will be held Fri., 11 A. M.. at the Charles G. Rule Colonial Home. Baltimore ave. at 49th st. Int. private. LAUBACH. At her home. 147 Powell lane Upper Darby, Feb. 24. 1953. SADIE MINERVA LAL BACH. Service for relatives and friends on Fri.. 1:30 P. M.. Oliver H. Bair's. 1820 Chestnut st. Int West Laurel Hill Cemetery. Friends may call Thursday. 7 to 9 P. M. LEACH Feb. 24. of 3410 Old York road. CALVIN C husband of Hazel Lay ton. Services! and interment at convenience of family. LE AMY. On Feb. 24. 1953. WILBtTB EATON, hut-band of Ada Christy Lef my. Service tor relatives and mends on Saturday at 1:00 P. M. at Oliver H. Bair's. 1320 Chestnut st. Friday. 7 to 9 p. m Interment at v'e-mlnster. Friend may call MACKENZIE. of Sorrier ton. suddenly. Feb. 25 1953. ALICE V. (nee Derrl. M D. Servires snd intement at the convenience cf the family. Friends may call at the Wm. Rowen Grant Funeral Home. Southampton. Fri. eve. 7 to 9. M4IER-KENNEDY. On Feb. 24. 1953. AUGUSTA A. (nee Smith), wife cf Patrick J. Kennedy, of 61 Walnut ave.. Bllmawr. N. J.. aged 36 yare. Funeral Sat.. 11 A. M.. Holy Spirit Episcopal Church. Bellmawr, N. J. Viewing Fri. eve at her residence. MALSCHICK. Feb. 25. 1953. SAMUEL, husband of Ada. of 5625 Master st.. father of Mrs. Marlorie Dubrow. brother of Mrs. Miriam Getter, Mrs. Mollie Tarshish. Relatives' and friends are invited to funeral services Thurs., 12:30 P. M. precisely. Goldsteins' Memorial Chanel. 2129 N. Broad st. Int. Har Jehuda Cem. Shiva will be observed 5625 Master el. MrCREERY. Feb. 23. 1953. VICTOR A. : McCREERY. Relative and friends invited to the service TYi. 9AM Psrlrrs Hfirolrt R Mulligan. 1119 W. Lehigh ave. Int. National Cem., Beverly, N. J. Friend lnvl.ed Thurs. eve. MrNALlY. At nis home. 4054 Chestnut t., on Feb 23. 1953. EDWARD J.. husband of Flizabeth C. (nee Troy) and son of Ssdie (nee Kelly) and the late Edward A. McNally. Relatives, friends and employes of Atlantic Refining Co.. Invited to luneral. Fri., 8:30 A. M . at the home of his mother. 1321 S. Divinity Place. Solemn Requiem Mass at Church of St. James. 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friend call Thursday evening. MrNINCH. Of 112 Haverford rd . Over-brook Hills, cn F-b. 24. 1953. CATHARINE T. McNINCH (nee McGlynn). wife of the late Fred P. McNlnch and sister of Mrs. Alice G. Sharpe. Solemn Requiem Masa on Friday at the Annunciation Church. Brookline. Pa., at 10 00 A. M. Friend may call at Oliver H Bair'a. 1820 Chestnut st.. Thursday. 7 to 9 P. M. Inter ment private. MILLER. Feb. 21. of 884 N. Markoe at.. CLARENCE, husband of Mary Miller (nee Battersby). Relative, friend and employes of P R.Ra invited to funeral. Friday. 8:30 A. M . from W. H. Coleman dc Sons. 4731 Lancaster are. Solemn Requiem Mas. Church of Our Mother of Sorrows. 10 A. M. Int. West Chester. Friend may call Thursday evening. MILLER. Feb. 23. 1953. of 23 Chester o!ke. Coilingdale. Pa., SARA (nee Spain), wife of the late Clarence, servicea ana interment private. Friends may call Thurs. eve. at the Marvll Funeral Home. 1110 Main St.. Darby. Pa. Kind ly omit flowers. 3n iHemon'am M yw afesi're re inttrt mm "In Memrirnm" notice n Ihm mnnivtrtmry Ihm your lovmd sni cell Mi's Sharp mm Rl t-1600 whm will bw glad f Mi( yen in preparing m aMflff. Died Of C.nJJ753 BERTH A M . ,,:. R?.IOor5'.,,mT'T Liberty Be" TS 'FuVHViV.49'rr.T,ur "Val ,nMdn Lodge - 606. F A. M.. and all other org.S: xationa of which he was a member are invited to services. Sa .. 2 P. M . from the Gritfilb. Chapel. Norwood. Pa Int. Arlington Cem. Friends may call Frt.. 7 to 9 P. at- MORTIMER. At the Oreenwav Horn on Feb. 24. 1953. ELEAHOR B. MORTIMER. Friend may call Thurs. eve . Chapel of Boohar M Caner. 314 5. 52d st. Service tor relative and friends, Fri.. 2 P. M. MOTT. Feb. 25. 1953. ABRAM COX MOTT. JR.. husband of Kt her me Middleton Mott. of Owynedd. Pa. Service A Int. private. OVERPECK. Entered Into rest after a lore- illness on Feb. 25. 1953. MART HAZARD, wife of the late John R. Overpeck. of Bala, Pa. Serv ice and interment at convenience of the lamilv. P4l't O 3112 N. Broad it., on Feb. 23. 1953. JOHN DAVIS PAUL, M. D.. husband of Edith Gardner Paul, aged 61 years. Relative and friends, also Olivet Lodge No 607. F. and A. M . and ail societies of which he was a member are invited to service. Fri., 1 P. M . Apt. Wm. H Battrrsby. 3316 N. Broad st. Int. W. Laurel Hill Cem Viewm Thur. - Masonie services 8 30 P. M. V "iir V . nuicresi ave. craeniieim. 5 Jn" n Id. Pennock. Re'.a- li Vi. V , vnp'cye ot tne Phila Oa Work invited to service feat.. 2 P. M . Klrk-Ai Nice. 6301 Germantown ve. Int. Wesimlni er Cem. Friend may call Fri. eve. h.n:N,?I!RO -TFTD 23ii FRANK beloved husband of Antonia tnee Zenobioi. of 1241 OeT- m-V2 .V,.K""ti? ,na '"!. "e invited to attend the funeral. Sat., 8:30 A M Wsrker- S!?. JX'LV.. "on,.v: S!h Solemn ; . V . ; " " t. frter s Churoa. Int. Holy Sepulchre. Frlead call Fri. eve. H orvirv ww . . , . , . j , Y , . , "iseanickon oar. mrk t)?LF btl,?v1 Harry C. Plot. p.i.'tivll Derma waisbain. S5. iVf. "V? 'J1 Invited to servics. Fri. 10 A M.. Joseph Levine At Son . 1512 n Broad t. Int. Roosevelt Ceen. ' REINER Of 2775 Pratt t.. Feb. 24 19St ADA VIRGINIA, wife of Loui. Reiner Age ; ' uinin arw mvitea t en-tend the funeral. st.. 10 A. M.. from the m-nei,l Home of Alfred P o Rose. 2616 BrS A Bil.lMur, Jnt- Oakland Cem Friends m n to 9 p. M. Kindly omit flowers'ln -rVl . u" ' n may Dm sent to The American Heart Fund. I F tl . tninWu. m, - . . CLARA V.. wife of Oeorse F. Ried. aged '4 r " " 1 1 r 1 1 , 4 1 m at her late residence. 26 N. Main st . Lumberton N. J IIosIp'm Cem Fnfnd m,y eU Thurs.. ' " 1 :'..i. n.inr T . or Z536 Rosemont ave., Ardmore. Relatives and VORRIVG f k. ...... - - rri urn cat., X r M Frankenfleld A Chadwlrk Funeral Home. Athene muiEiurr. 1 III . AIL. Muettah. Cem. Friend msy call Fri. eve. Sff'RIV V. fc. n. onn. fc . , r-ine St., rAlvrflE. ------ - - - - - . oauirii nuom. aevoKfa mother of Cell Shapiro. Mary Laveson. Esther 7. j . 1. Kuoin. Relatives and friends Invited to services Thurs 2 P M .Joseph Levine A Son s. 1512 N. Broad st' Inu Roooevelt Cem. ha l SK n 22. 195T HARRY C . BUS-Siod0' the 1"t Grace Cuthbert Ruk. of 3J8 Kenmore rd.. Havertoan. Relatives and Irlrnd. also Oriental Lodge S385. F. and A M . employes of Gimbri nrt .11 .... of which he aas a mmhr ..j . . ' Fri., 1 P. M.. funeral Home Anrir.. 1 n,- Son. 3025 Chestnut st. Int. Arlington Cem. Friends may call Thurs., 7 to 9 P. M. Masonio ivra o r . M. pJCHf ET?iT0f Woodbury Heights. N. J., na K Scheetz (nee Conley). aged 77 years. Funeral seivices private at the convenience cf the family Friends may call Fri. eve. at the Dav:a Funeral Home. 171 Delaware at.. Woodbury. N. J Radiant Star Lrlge No. 606. F. and A. M. service at 8 P. M. SEIDMAN. Feb 24. 1953. SARAH, of 3007 w Dauohln t., beloved mother of Abe. cf Wilmington. Del.. Morris. Harry Seidman and Mi: R.e GroM- dear sister of Mrs Bad e 7?! ios neles. and Mrs. Anna Willis, of Atlantic. City. Relatives and friends are invited to "rvlces. Thurs . 1 p. M , Raphael-Ssrk Me norlal Chapel, 1945 N. Broad at. Int. Har Nejo Cemetery. j SREFSKT-WE1SSMAN Feb. 24. of 113 ... .... mniwiis, oeiovea wile 01 Harry Shefsky. devoted mother ot Charlea and Ssm- t! K ntfh Dalaii . . . . , -' v rm iiu inmas in lift! TO VZfl T1" 1 P- M.. Joseph Lvln & Son'i. . . luuuiCiiuiv v cm. 1 eiT?YKVII,'V'rC!.B Feo ,S- ,9S3- WILLIAM SULLIVAN, of 1238 Alleghenv ave. R.'atlvee a. o s ,r' Invited lo the fnneral on Fr'itT at 8:30 A. M.. from Oliver H. Bair 1820 Ches nut t Requiem Mm at st. 'j lin a Church. 13th st. above Che-tnut st at ;o 00 M ,?nfJm'nt " HolT Sepulchre. Friend may call Thursday eve. o.TAl'i PR f 246 w Champlost ave . Feb. 23. 19o3. MATILDA (nee Kllen.. wile of xhi late Alexander Deeter Tavlor. Relative" lrinds and mrmbfra of Setan Council No 38 degree of Pocahontas are invited to servires Fri 2 P. M . at the Drrter Funeral Home. 5R0O N. 5th st. Int. Hillside Cem. View. Thurs. eve. VARIILO Suddenly. Feb. 24. 1953. MARIA GRAZIA. wile of the late Domenic Varillo. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral. Sat.. 8:30 A. M. Irom residence. 2120 W. Toronto st. Solemn Requiem Mass. St. Marv of The Eternal Church. 10 A. M. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Viewing Friday evening. VOLI.RATH. Feb. 23. 1953. ROBFRT H . husband ol the late Rcse Revnold Volltaih. Funeral seivices Fri.. 2 P. M . Joseph J Hayes, 108 E. Price St.. Gtn. where friends may call Thurs. eve.. 7 to 9 P. M. Jnt. Northwood Cem. VllUertV nf an, mi . .. ham. on Feb. 24. 1953. HOWARD A., husbsnd of Marie Montague Walmrley. father of Robert unit OnnsM Ua !m 1-.. - , n.uit. neiLivn ana xrirna are Invited to the funeral on Sat. 8 30 A M . at Oliver H. Bair'a, 1320 Chestnut it. Solemn Requiem Masa at The Presentation of The Blessed Virgin Mary Church. Cheltenham. 10 A M Int lf1. Rni!lKh t.--. j- call Friday evening- WALLACE. Of 2613 Kbridge it . formerly of Tacony. ROBERT B.. husband of Jes:e B. Wallace (nee Brooks), aged 50 years. Relatives and friends, also Tacony Lodge No. 600. F. and A. M . are invfed to attend luneral Fri 11 A. M.. from the Funeral Home of David U. Wright. 7015 Torresdale ave. Int. Magnolia, Cem. Friends may call at the Funeral Home. Thurs. eve., 7 to 9 o'clock. WELLER. Suddenly, Feb. 23 EMTTY T fnee Savin), wile of John Welier. of 233 W Clarkson ave. Relatives and friends invited to services Ft! . 1 30 P. M.. Mann Funeral Home. 219 W. Tabor road. Friend may call WELLS. Pwddenly. Feb. 23. of 30 E" Wister st . HOWARD F.. son of the late Ella and Frank, aged 66 years. Relative and friends, employe of the Reading Co.. Invited to serv-Lcesi li. 1 p M Plor of John 3. Berkel-bach. 3730 Germantown. at Broad t Friend may call Thurs.. 7 to 9 P. M. Int. Northwood Cemetery. Wll I.IAM Tin Vh 9? nr....., - . '. ' " npi. oervice lor relatives and friends on Thurs.. at 8 P M ."VT H Bir'- !820 Chestnut t. Intermeni at Bloomsburg. Pa. ZAREMBA. Feb. 23. TEOFIL. beloved husband of Aniela Relative and friends Invited to funeral Sat., 8 A. M.. irom late residence. 155 w. Lrt-rel st . Solemn Requiem Mass. 61. Laurentius Church. 9 AM. Viewing Fri! eve. ZITIN. Feb 25. at Miami Beach. Fl ABRAHAM, beloved husbnnd ol Anna Zltln. of Latclas Lane Apts.. Merion. Pa., devoted lather of LlWisn Salii?mnn Hfrmm S.. and Merton H Zitin. devoted brother of Anna Birnbaum. Bessie Midway. Mlna. Ben- jnmin sna .eiig ciun. Relatives and friends are Invi'ed to services. Fri., 12 noon, at Joseph Levine u Son . 1512 N. Broad st. Int. Roosevelt Cemetery. p. MERCER QUINBYH j Funeral Director j L-l 1 25 W. Lehigh A v.. B A 9-1 1 7oLi FLOWERS- FOR ALL . OCCASIONS ITEg.nt -771 RE -89f , 2223 N. Front St. ayfilr Stare 7059 Fraeiftrg An. DEveaskir 3-8225 . CASH to HEIRS and LEGATEES LO 7-1236 ALLIED INVESTMENT CO. 20 S. 1 5th ST. FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ten leporol funeral oorlert. conditioned. No charge far wsa of -. arlar or organ service i VRII FARKINO LOT A Metal Casket Hears Upholstered Au.omobila ill Matte Handle Plata Owtaida Caaa f mbalmina, lonket Advertising All Necestary Paraphernalia OTHII rUNIRAlft 135. $175 $250. $500 Additional Charge for Opening Grave NO CHARGE FOR f ALHEARERJ No Deserving Poor Refved 1119 W. LEHIGH AVI. 9th and ERIE AVE. CHELTEN sjnd OOONTZ AVES. ALLEGHENY A FRANKfORD AVE1 For AH Offices Call BAIdwin f-3000 MBafc4lk

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