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T.HE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1953 a d e f g h 21 I Cavanaugh, :eculive, Dies CIair A. Cavanaugh, vice president of Whitney and Kemmerer, XOTT, New York City holding cora-paw. died of a heart attack Tuesday- at his home, 6406 N. 6th st. TTT'-uas 64. 2SIr. Cavanaugh, an acccaintant, otoo was vice president of the Ijjnan Coal Co., Inc., Elkins Park, VfiCa director of the Titan Metal Manufacturing Oc.. Si'.'ftfonte. Pa. Heras a member of the tialyName Jggety of St. Helena's Church, 6tkst. and Godfrey ave.; the Catholic War Veterans, the layers Club of New York and the Xforth Hills Country Club, Oreland. Surviving are his wife, Edith M.; thee daughters, Mrs. Betty Foley, Mr& Nancy McKeon and Miss Joan P. a -Cavanaugh, and five sons, Daniel E., a Jesuit seminarian at iBelarmine College, Plattsburg, N. .Y.,--Joseph C, of Ottumwa, Iowa, emd John J., Thomas R. and James R.. of Philadelphia. ' Solemn Reuiem Mass will be sung a'll A. M. Saturday in St. Helena's iChurch. Burial will be in Holy SepTilchre Cemetery. Mrs. John W. Fillman Mrs. Miriam E. Gross Fillman, widow of John W. Fillman, died Tuesday at her home In the May-Ifair House Apartments, Lincoln dr. an Johnson st., after a long illness. She was 80. Mrs. Fillman was the daughter jeLthe late Rev. Henry Gross who served as pastor of the Almont Lutheran Reformed Church, at Al-jmont. Pa. She was active for years in interdenominational church work and at one time was president jof the Women's Missionary Society Philadelphia Classis. She also served in the presidencies of itheEastern Synod Missionary So-'ciety and the Women's Social Union of the Reformed Church of Philadelphia. Surviving is a son, Lloyd G., of this city. Service will be held at 8 P. M. tomorrow at the Sechler funeral home. 1125 W. Lehigh ave. Burial cn Saturday, will be in the Almont Cemetery, Sellersville. Bruno Simoncini Bfuno Simoncini, a retired grocer, died Tuesday at his home, 4335 Leiper St., after an illness of nearly a year. He was 68. Mr. Simoncini was born in Italy. He-came here in 1912, and opened a grocery at the Leiper st. address In J520. He was a member of the Frank-ford Grocers' Association, the Pescaro and Provencia Society, and the Giuseppi Verdi Lodge 252. Mr. Simoncini is survived by his wife, Ida, and four sons. Alfred, Roland. Americo, and John, who is carrying on the father's business. A daughter, Mrs. Mesia Greenjak, also survives. Solemn Requiem Mass will be Fung at 9 A. M. Saturday at Mater Dolorosa Church, Paul and Ruan ? ts. Burial will be in Our Lady of Grace Cemetery. Benjamin Liclcman Benjamin Lickman, head of the ,B. M. Lickman and Co., firm of public accountants, died Tuesday in the University Hospital after a Short illness. He was 48. Mr. Lickman lived at 441 S. 48th st." He was a columnist for the Philadelphia Jewish Times. He was a Mason and a member of the Woodcrest Country Club, the Century Club and Beth Zion Congregation. Surviving are his wife. Rose; three daughters. Soretta, Sharon and Mrs. Edith Kean; his mother, Mr. Goldie Lickman; a brother, David, and two sisters. Mrs. Mollie Shain and Miss Tiby Lickman. Funeral services will be held at the Goldstein memorial chapel, 2129 N. Broad St., at 1 P. M. today. Burial will be in Har Jehuda Cemetery, Llanerch. Mrs. Hugh A. McGee Mrs. Matilda A. McGee, wife of j Hugh A. McGee. 4809 Kingsessing' ave.. died Monday in Misericordia I Hospital. j Mrs. McGee was one of the old-1 est members of St. Francis de Sales Church, 4"th st. and Springfield ave., and a member of the) Blessed Virgin Mary Sodality at! the church. j In addition to her husband, she i Js survived by two sons, Hugh J.,j and Thomas J., and four daugh-j ters, Mrs. Helen Willson, Mrs. Catherine Peters, Mrs. Dorothy A. Shannon and Mary McGee. Solemn Requiem Mass will be sung at 10 A. M. tomorrow at St. Francis de Sales Church. Burial will be in the Holy Cross Cemetery. ISt iamue em Samuel Stein, of 704 Ritner St., a retired wholesale produce merchant, died Tuesday in the Einstein Medical Center. He was 73. Mr. Stein was a charter member and financial secretary of Congregation Sharre Eliya and a board member of the Brith Achim Beneficial Association. He is survived by his wife, Fannie; a son, Edwin, ard three daughters. Mrs. Tillie Dorfman, Mrs. Esther Rosenbaum and Miss Reba Stein. Service will be held at 11 A. M. today at the Goldstein memorial chepel, 2129 N. Broad st. Burial will be in Mount Jacob Cemetery. ADVERTISEMENT Soothe red raw rough ITCHY IRRITATED SKIN witi medicated lanolin ' Sae how faat oil-rich Raainol qtiicta itehr torment, aoothri imartinr. raw irritation of aesama. dry akin, chapping. ehafln. rashaa. Thia lanolin medication doa the work of aliasing akin oiia. For lonf-laatinc relief. Set Reainol Ointment at your drvggiit. ADVERTISEMENT Happy Is The Day When Backache Goes Away . . . . M r Uunf nananMiarfr. n are-ma um.m.--, . lSeadaehea and diaaineea may be due to alow, down of kidney function. Doctor say good kidney function is very important to rood beaith. When eomeeveryday condition, auch aVatreaa and strain, cauaes thia important function to alow down. many folks suffer nar-arinr backache feel miaerable. Minor blad-ale irritations due to cold or wrons? diet may caaae rettinf up nihU or frequent passage. Don't nesjleet your kidneys if theee condi. tVfne bother you. Try Doan s FUle-a mild diaretic Used sueceasfully by millions for ever to years, lt'a amazing how many times lVmn's re happy relief from these diseom-f erts help the ISmilesof kidney tubes and fll-flush out waste. Get Doan Fills todarl Mrs. Miller Dies, Pastor's Widow Mrs. Esther Valentine Miller, widow of Rev. Edgar Grim Miller, former executive secretary of the Board of Pensions and Ministerial Relief of the United Lutheran Church, died yesterday in Memorial Hospital. She was 85. Mrs. Miller lived with her son, Dr. M. Valentine Miller, at 114 W. Phil-Ellena st. Her husband died in 1927. A native of Gettysburg, Mrs. Miller was a daughter of the late Rev. Milton Valentine, former president of Gettysburg College. Later he headed Gettysburg Theological Seminary. She attended Lutherville College for Women, in Maryland. In addition to Dr. Miller, she is survived by another son. Edzar Grim Mil ler, Jr., of New Yore City; seven grandchildren, and four greatgrandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 3 P. M. tomorrow at Dr. Miller's home. Burial will be private. Mrs. Dora B. Fisher Mrs. Dora B. Fisher, former ad ministrative clerk to City Council's committee on public welfare and the committee on public health, i died Saturday in Lancaster, Mass., : after a long illness. Mrs. Fisher, a native of Chicago, was employed by the War Assets Administration and by the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter Commission before becoming an administrative clerk in City Council in January. 1952. In the latter capacity she also served as private secretary to Councilman Constance H. Dallas. She was a resident for manv years of the Garden Spruce Apartments, at 237 S. 42d St.. until illness forced her retirement. Thereafter she made her home with her son, Charles E. Fisher, of Lancaster, Mass. He and two grandchildren survive her. Burial took place Monday in Lancaster. Arthur Grugan Rites Solemn Requiem Mass will be sung at 10 A. M. Saturday in St. Patrick's Church for Arthur Gru-gan, death record clerk oi Common Pleas Court No. 1, who died last Monday in the Philadelphia General Hospital. Burial will follow in Holy Cross Cemetery. He was 64. Mr. Grugan lived at 2420 De-Iancey st. He served on the Police Department for 36 years and after his retirement took a position with the court. Hj was an honorary member of Shanahan C.C. Surviving are his wife, Gene vieve wmiamson urugan; a son, John, a lieutenant in the Fire Department; three daughters, Helen, Doris and Mrs. John Goodman; two brothers. William and Edwin, and a sister, Mis. D. McCarthy. Rev. Charles W. Coit The Rev. Charles Wheeler Coit, who for many years lived on Essex ave.. in Narberth. died last Tuesday in Claremont, Calif., according to word received here yesterday. He was 92. Mr. Coit was rector of the Pro-1 testant Episcopal Church. He was I born in Concord. N. H. and stjylied at Trinity College and General Theological Seminary. Among the many churches he served, were St. Johns Chews Landing, N. J., Church of the Holy Spirit, Bell-mawr. N. J. and St. Mark's at Pleasantville, N. J. He retired in! 1934. Mrs. Henry P. Snyder Mrs. Ida Kulp Snyder, wife of Henry P. Snyder, retired builder and contractor, of 1209 W. Erie ave., died Sunday at their summer home in Three Tuns. She was 85. Mrs. Snyder was born in Stowe, near Pottstown, where she was married 64 years aeo. Her husband is the only immediate survivor. Funeral services will be held at 1 :30 P. M. Saturday at the Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Church, Broad and Venango sts. Burial will be in West Laurel Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Philip Gellard Mrs. Eva Gellard, of 3762 Garfield ave.. Pennsauken, N. J., died Tuesday in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Camden, after a long illness. She was 60. Until her retirement six years ago, Mrs. Gellard and her husband, Philip, operated a restaurant at 1328 Walnut st., -in this city. Surviving, in addition to her husband, are a son, Morton, and a daughter, Mrs. Vera Brod. Services will be held at 11 A. M. today from Morrris Rosenberg's, 2009 N. Broad st. Burial will be in Roosevelt Cemetery. Mrs. Stephen G. Pierce LEWES. Del.. Oct. 14. Mrs. Joanna Walls Pierce, widow of Stephen G. Pierce, died early today here at Beebe Hospital. Her husband was the proprietor of the old Scar Rodney Hotel here, and later the manager of the' Ocean House. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. J. Curtis Roney, and a granddaughter, Joanne Roney. Services will be held at 2 P. M. Friday at the Atkins funeral home. Burial will be in the Lewes Methodist Cemetery. Thomas Prosser EASTON, Pa.. Oct. 14. Thomas Prosser, of 1627 Butler st., a retired druggist, died in Easton Hospital today. He was 78. Mr. Prosser was employed in Philadelphia and Hellertown pharmacies before his retirement several years ago. He is survived by four brothers, Joseph, of Easton; Harry and William, of Hellertown. and David, of Bethlehem: and a sister, Mrs. Florence Benner, of Norristown, fa. Deaths Elsewhere John Taylor Arms, 66, noted etcher, at New York . . . The Right Rev. Siffurgeir Sivurdsson, 63, named Bishop of Iceland in 1939 by the Icelandic Lutheran State Church, at Reykjavik . . . Antonio Magaz y Pers, 89, retired Spanish admiral. Marquess of Magaz, former Spanish Amabassador to Argentina and to Germany, at Madrid . . . Harry B. Finch. 78. chairman of the board of Nash Pinch Co., wholesale grocers, at! Minneapolis . . . Howard Acton, 69, j a veteran newspaperman and pub-! licist, in Washington. ! I Areuesta. William T. Boaawttz. Leraj, Sr. Baird. Jena H. Bortaa. Frank D. Bread?. Maurice C. Celt. Charles W. Lena. Frank Marat. Barbara McFarland.W.Undwr McGee. Matilda A. " McGairk. Joseph E. Miller, Either V. . Monachan, Blanche W Mscaiaaa. Blanche Molhollaad. Jo? pa K. Csilcraa, Thomas A. Cannon. William Crowther. Graarilla Dairy, Jawah DeWItt, Frederick B TMGiacoa9. Vineenii'tMnllin. John M. Derail, William t. Friar. John Ejtinre, Lais Began. Owca FlUnan. Miriam E. Sandberrer. Carl A. Ftnneran, Ellen A. Sarre. Alfred V. Gallaher, Marraret M Schad, Francia B. Garrison, Srfward. F. Schneider. Ida Gellard. Ea -Goldman. Kme Gomberc. Morris Graham. Wallace Hoffman. Benjamin Hashes. Bridget Klatt. William H. Kelshrak. Adam Lean, Frances C. Lees, Mrv M. Seitx. Emma M. Senderlint". Mary C. Shannon, Selma M. Sheldon. Elmer E. ftein, Samuel Sammerflfld, Albert F. Tranchitella. Domenie Waters, Daniel F. Wettel, Louis F. Wilson. Charles B. Lifkman. Benjamin M tVittftld, Charles L. Logan, Sara B. Wriiht. Emily L. Death Notices an Face 36 To obtain results aulekly. and at low cost. placs a Want-Ad in the Classified columns of The inquirer, call hi o-douu ... a oirect line to an Ad-Taker. All These Values mi Sale Thwirs., Fir i. Amid Sal!; 3s V' rS-s f Jan, mi 'Ji iw',aiMiMMajMMjai J Nvlo" Senea , Neoprene Sole ACia 9.95 Oxford BtV. f-E width PAY MONTHLY Pay for all your shoe purchases wilh Purchase Coupon Books available with from $20 to $50 in coupons. Usual carrying charge. s5a 5ff : w , English Writer For Movies Dies MAIDENHEAD, England, Oct. 14 (AP). The man who wrote the movie script "Mrs. Miniver" died today less than three months after the woman who originally created Britain's No. 1 fictional heroine of the Second World War. Arthur Harold Wimperis. 78, died at his home here. In addition to the "Mrs. Miniver" script, he also authored the screen plays for "Random Harvest." "The Private Life of Henry VIII," "The Scarlet Pimpernel" and "The Paradine Case." Jan Struther, whose novel "Mrs. Miniver" was the basis for Wimperis' movie script, died in New York Hospital last July at the age of 52. Conant Calls on Red BERLIN. Oct. 14 (AP). U. S. High Commissioner James B. Conant today repaid a courtesy call from Soviet High Commissioner Vladimir Semyenov in Berlin. Mas 10.95 Shoe 17 good looking- 4 t NORTHEAST Roosevelt Blvd. Opens Tfcwri., Clarence Saunders Dies; Originated Supermarkets MEMPHIS, Tenn., Oct. 14 (AP). Clarence Saunders, originator of today's supermarkets who made and lost $15,000,000, died today. He was 72. Death was attributed to a heart attack. He had been ill for about two weeks. Mr. Saunders, who began his career as a $4-a-month clerk, revolutionized the grocery business 36 years ago with his 2400 Piggly Wig-gly stores. They made him a rich man in his early 30s. He lost the stores in a complex Wall Street battle. He recently announced plans for a mechanical grocery store that he believed would put him "back in the million dollar class within a year." The mechanical store was to be completely self-service, with 1 1 " 1000 PRS. REDUCED You'll find top fashion oVait shoet in a larga assortment of styles in. eluding velvety suede platforms, patents and smooth leathers. Heels include low, baby French, medium high and spile. Narrow, medium and wide widths. Regularly Priced Kicker-back slipons with neolite soles. Saddle oxfords and brown and white combU nation with white rubber soles and heels. A pair of both would carry a girl through a whole term's activities. Sizes 4 to 10, AA to L r-e W g K : 5 - 4 a Ai w 9. jt ass Reg. 7.49 Vul-Cork 4 Pliant elk-tanned leather uppers with seamless back. Grained leather insole. Reg. 10.95 8-in. Laced Vul-Cork waterproof soles and elk tanned cowhide uppers. Storm welt. Brown. T- JOa Above Values Sold at Sears 3 lig Stores WEST PHI LA. Market at 44th St. CAMDEN Adm'l Wilson Blvd. Frl. Sat. Nights till 9 Other Days the customers not only sacking their own groceries but also adding up the bill. World War I Vets To Get Dividends WASHINGTON. Oct. 14 (UP). The Veterans' Administration announced today that it would pay a $64,000,000 special dividend on the First World War Government life insurance policies to 38.000 former GIs. The VA said the dividend payments, averaging $168, will start tomorrow. The dividend is in addition to the regular 1953 dividend of $23,000,000 paid to holders of U. S. Government life insurance permanent plan policies on the anniversaries of their policies. " rn i.ia. H TO ONE LOW PRICE! Hi! 5.90 And More! Sizes 3Vj to 9 99 Dressy types in ?arge assortment of styles. Id calf and other smooth leathers. Black and high shades. Men's 9.90 Dress Shoes 4-Star Feature.' 8.88 Polished calfskin oxfords with prefixed leather soles and heels. Brown in siies 6 to 12, B to EEE. Sole 33 Boot 66 till 5. III aw New Hope to See Film on Artist Inquirer cartoonist Emidio (Mike) Angelo's film short on the Pennsylvania artist, Morris Blackburn, "Portrait of a Painter," will be shown with Robert Flaherty's "The Titan Story of Michelangelo" ! i Saturday night at the New Hope Memorial Auditorium. j Saturday's show will be the sec- i ond program of the season by the ! New Hope Adult Film Program,; under the sponsorship of the New Hope Community Association. Angelo's film short won first honorable mention at the American cinematographers convention last year. Mark Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Frank Luning, of 2645 S. 17th st., will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary today at their home. The couple has nine children, 25 grandchildren and j six great-grandchildren. ; 1 ZVz to 3 j n Widths g a II u " Dmtiin moC or w toras. . - I ..rifiC Mll' 1 ..g. m M PLASTIC PLATES mad in ONE day Repairs While Waiting Easy Credit Terms CIllltk.MUUT.CILtltt ENTERTAINMENT FOR WINTER NIGHTS A visit to our sports and game section will reveal many enticing books for your favorite pastime. No obligation to purchase. . Books Sought Libraries Purchased 9th t. Bslow Marktt'fT" Hours: 9:30 to 5:30: 'til 9:00 -a. I a. p ,., r.nd.ng r Boys1 3.98 LUG SOLE OXFORDS Situ 10 te 3 Husky brown teathe oxford with deep-cleet-ed rubber soles for lonej wear and sure traction. 1.4? Values! Child's PooJI. Cloth in rd or blu. I le 3. T.9S Volues? 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