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The Philadelphia Inquirer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania • Page 10

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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lO A a THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22. 1956 CUSTOM FITTED Missing Persons "illiilll till Sen. Kefauver To Speak Today War Victims Seeking Relatives Here jnii 'Seeing is believing" TS GSNUINl $6S-t7S VALUES i 1im BECAUSE YOU BUY DIRECT FROM i5i SUITS- WOOL-TO-WEARER '50 A to bring him to Philadelphia and other eastern cities. John Felesky, of Boswell, asked for news of his 25-year-old daughter, Elizabeth, who has not Sen. Estes Kefauver (D.

is scheduled to make the principal address this afternoon at the dedication of the Fredric R. Mann Recreation Center, 5th and Westmoreland sts. About 2000 residents of the area are expected to attend the ceremonies. Mayor Richardson Dilworth will Complete up to 26" long, 36" High. No chargo for Color Matching.

1. Insulated Lid 2. Farniture Steel 3. Deluxe Baked Finish Phono Day Wire Sun. I I Yy ridge 3-7550 written since coming here to search; Klaire, who emigrated from Latvia 20 years ago and lived on York st.

near 19th. TpRED TANGY, of Palnesville, seeks a reunion with a brother, Joseph, who left Italy in 1916, and from whom he became separated in this city 33 years ago. Mrs. Wanda Schernick, of Kielce, Poland, is trying to locate her sister, Ulrich, who married a U. S.

soldier in Germany in 1943. She believes the couple come to this city after the war. Authorities of Vancouver, B. for a job. Search for Evelyn L.

Rummel, whose parents had a home on Dia lIJOur new wood grain finish -5 pL if formally present the play center mond st. near 18th 23 years Tour Old Rmdia- By WILLIAM C. ROWAN SEPARATED from all her relatives, Mrs. Rifca Ehrenhaft, a refugee in Haifa, Israel, where she has lived alone since the Second World War, has sought police aid in locating several cousins, whose parents emigrated to this city 45 years ago. Writing to the Missing Persons Bureau, she said her uncle and aunt were Samuel and Wanda Golsteing, who came from her native Rumania, from which she fled 1942.

They had a home on Orianna and the oldest of their children was a son. Max. Another war victim, Edourd Vinkoret, of Zagreb, Yugoslavia, who lost contact with relatives while interned in a concentration camp in Austria nearly two years, inquired for Slavica Hanzek, a nephew, who left Kosova, Yugoslavia, in 1932. Otto Hennig, of Arnsberg. Germany, asked renewal of a search for two uncles, George and Andreys J-tor Covert Like New in KKBMierl Enamel.

each eny Ue. FREE PICKUP I DELIVERY N0W1 Gold Square Stamp valuable for any type of merchandise of your choice. Given FREE with every custom made Radiator to the community. In addition to Mann and Kefauver, other speakers will be William J. Green Democratic City Chairman, Council President James H.

J. Tate and former Mayor Joseph S. Clark, Jf was asked by Mrs. Bertha Stevens, a cousin, of Montreal. flEORGE KOCHER, of St.

requested inquiry for Mary E. Tor- The 17-acre center, named in rens, sole heir of an estate be queathed by a brother, William honor of the city's first recreation commissioner, is the largest all-new center built by the city since 1952 and is equipped with the lat aiiMWMi- taafiiman-ii in ri Torrens, who died last November: Mrs. Thomas S. Scott, of Birmingham, wrote for information about her husband, a salesman, whom she had not heard from A lllrQr DIRECT AT OUR I i riANT- It 4 i I Open FrL -i 1 lOfotP.M.! i Ptti i Sy Mo- tuos, I I Thurs Sat. 5 VVi UT CVO 10 to 6 P.M.

--4. MeMieMMMmaMeMeBMMM IJ" Hf ri est playground equipment. Mann To recover lost valuables to find a lost dog a want-ad in the Lost and Found columns of The Inquirer will bring results quicker ad at low cost. is now City Representative and Director of Commerce in Mayor Dilworth's cabinet. since April, 1955, when he left on a business trip that was expected Petersburg, is seeking his cousin, Mrs.

Lena Fredell, who reportedly moved to this city from Bordentown, N. six years ago. Mrs. Charles L. Williams, of Elizabeth, desires to learn the address of Mrs.

Gladys Reitz and William Skellin, cousins. Mrs. Chapman, of Savannah, is endeavoring to locate her John N. Jones, a musician, who was here when she last received a letter from him six years ago. Distressed parents In Fayette- mm 100 ALL WOOL WORSTED FINE SELECTION ISA I I III! loft i i ism ville, N.

pleaded for word of Edward F. Williams, who has been here a number of years, and who, they stated, failed to fulfill a promise to visit them during the Christmas season. TinTTTATTnW7 Cj A Ci v. WMK3 agMnf -v- 3 (fan i' 1 r. ir r.imimi-lr,fii,nnirri-r fmiif-T- -1 i iv i 1.1 Mrs.

Etta Jones, of Chicago. SLACKS ii Wmm.wnmmmmmlLifi iM WMiimK.i I mum i iii.i I asked help in finding her brother, Alfred Carpenter, who, when she last heard from him in 1951, livec in the vicinity of 23d st. and Columbia ave. Mrs. Elizabeth Mines, of E.

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