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a d h THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. THURSDAY MORNING. AUG UST 11. 1900 11 life (Bmigtofe WA '"' HI IWIM ll ,., tn.. OFFICIAL FORECASTS Philadelp h i a and vicinity: Partly cloudy, warm and humid Thursday with a 40 percent chance of a thundershnwpr Thursday evining and night Wind southwest 10 miles an hour. Fair and less humid Fri day. Precipitation probability 20 percent Thursday and 10 percent Friday. Eastern Pennsylvania: Variable cloudiness, quite warm and humid Thursday. New Jersey: Variable cloudiness, quite warm and humid Thursday. Atlantic City: Variable cloudi ness, very warm and humid'A. m. Thlirsrlav Water tcmnorilnra'l M. " , J " m, ,NooI1 70 degrees. ij p. m it P. M. Delaware, Maryland, District! P ot Columbia and vicinity: Van able cloudiness, warm and hu mid Thursday. Scattered after noon and evening thunder showers. Cape May to Block Island: Southerly winds 10 knots or less Thursday. Visibility five miles or more. Variable cloudiness. Cape Mav to Cane Hatteras Mostly south to southwest winds! m tn '0 tnnts Thnrav Partlvi j. T Weather for Today J r Based or Official Forecasts fjjf I Vsv HTTTT ' A I ! l2r I -'X "v YC JH -Nf W YORK r 1 Jisf0 : f rJJs San francsco ltrto i I Pn4n iyf' V-Hv ? ' yjUi ) XJ? ff LEGEND I x" i Yl rH C L "-v . SCATTERED.THUMDR" SHOWERS mini - A NEW ORLEANS A IIIIIH RAW x MIAMI ITATK WIND m J J (OLD SS WARM sism ( ITitti mjKtttt kijk r arcmre. Imtikh wktr, WtM FROtIT it fonrtrJ komitjtry ml rnttt mr S. Menta, 92, Of Drexel Hill Salvatore Menta, a retired masonry contractor, died on Tuesday at his home, 65 Warrior ave., Drexel Hill. Mr. Menta, who was 92, had been in business nearly a half century. He is survived by these sons and daughters: Mrs. Carmela Gionfrido, Mrs. Joseph Cam-pagna, Mrs. Mary Biagi, Mrs. Frances DeRodio, PauL J., Ro-sario, John and Anthony Menta. . ereat-erpat-eranrlohnriron ,i, , ' ocmu,an was.maritet crasn of 1929 when he flrvivl reatgrandchlldren also a member of the Uptown Home became a roughneck in the Solemn Remiipm fa. ,;n iJf?r the Aged' Ladies Aid So- Texas oilfields. In 1932, he came St. DorntW Thnrnh twt Hill. . - , : MRS. MAXWELL BERMAN, the former Leah Chemel, wife of the president of P. H. Ber- man and Sons, clothing manu facturers, died Wednesday at th u, uuuiius iiiauu- j. iuiaiea weanesday at the Harston Hall Home for Conva- Harston Hall Home for Conva lescents in Erdenheim. She was 57 and lived in the Wyncotejman, N J Mr Young was .SSm,&S House, TownshiD Line and Washington lane. She was a member of Congregation Beth Sholom, Elkins Park, and its sisterhood, B'nai B'rith and Hadassah. In addition to her husband, she is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Bertram Serota and Mrs. Michael Goldblatt, and three grandchildren. J W. W. HICKS, former district manager of the Miller Printingl3 ,ce emPloye ot the Fi-Mace.., Co d;e, TuesJay ..iMS'S'ln SuS nic n n m n no AT c n: If :n """,v- ouimg -uui.iursin centpr enn w niit.n rd., Villanova. He was associ ated with the firm for 35 years. He was a founder of the United States Philatelic Classics So-lc Israel and the Eastern ciety, and a member of the!rtar- A w'dow she is survived CoUectors Club, the Graphics! y a dauShter. Mrs. Paul Cham-Arts Society and the American I ef son' David E- two grand" Philatelic Society Surviving Mdren5 tore sisters and two fl rP ni J(7lt tho form.. - uv.) uiv ivi iiici ivuad mund Sargent; two daughters, Mrs. Richard P. Smith and Mrs. Curtis I. Hill; a son, William W., and 8 grandchildren. I SHARON LOIS BIBEN, book-Cheer keeper for 10 years for Dial Shoes. 43d and Chestnut sts J1"1 Ctan Mills. She died Wednesday at Tm General Hospital. Miss Biben l.pnpral Hncnita Mice c;K.M was 28 and lived at 8511 Bustle ton ave. Surviving are her mother, Mrs. Mitzi Schoenagle; a sister, Wendy Ellen, and two brothers, Alan and Sigmund. SAMUEL FURER, a clothing tutter, died Wednesday in Einstein Medical Center. He was 72 and lived at 2310 S. 6th st. Surviving are his wife, the former Sara Muller; a daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Kanes; two brothers, and two grandchildren. AUGUST S M T w T r s 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 SEPTEMBER 1966 S M T W T f- $ , . 1 2 3 4 6 7 cloudy weather with scattered afternoon and evening thunder-showers. Visibility 3 to 7 miles but one mile or less in showers. Sun Rises .-Sun Sets - -6:09 A. M. & : 03 P. M. Wednesday's Local Report U. S. WEATHER BUREAU Philadelphia, Pa.. Aug. 10. 1966 EDT T. H. W.D.IrV. Pr. W 73 97 74 94 82 70 S6 61 86 S 81 72 5SW- J - Cloudy s-1 .22 Cloudy wsw- w- sw-io s-io Cloudy .00 Pt. Cldy. Clear .00 Clear Temperature: H Humid- ity; W. D. It V.. Direction and Velocity; Pr., Precipitation; W. Weather Conditions. - 88 Highest temperature this date last 9g 72 54 g0 77, 75 5 225 n years 119491 T Lmiwratnn it A Jt Lowest temperature this' date last TO years 1 19M Average temperature today Average temperature this date last year Normal for this date inciency since Aug. 1st rfirinfv sinr. .Tan 1 Total precipitation since Aug. 1st '.Deficiency since Jan. 1 17? 5i Barometric Pressure: i A. M . 79 97.1 5'5ineJ. 12 Noon, 30.CO, Rising; 6 P. M.. sieaar. f(V5 h,Ann low mi sj7T aMreawat mm ssersj STATIC WOKT or lAtOMETtl htkt m.,mf, ,nJy W w,k Deaths Richmond Person Hobson, Jr., 58, a rancher and writer, at his ranch near Vanderhoof. B. C. in the British Columbia Chil- cotin countrv he loved and wrote about. Mr. Hobson was author of MRS. MORRIS SEIDMAN. the'anrl former Dora Rosenberg, diedi"To Hell the White Man," Tuesday at Temple University wenr!Jlied- t tU w . c. '! He lived part of the fame in R she was, 71 ad ved.Paim Desert, Calif., the rest in at 1031 E. Gorgas lane. Her hus band is president of Morris Seidman & Sons Real Estate, AQA1 XT 1-.-J A J f a! 1 n . uiuou ai auu ui uie uei- !??uc -ew?u. ""iiHiium- denier, Aisn surviving are rnrpp snns Jacob, Leon and Merrill; three , --.Vu A,. ALA, HU V sisters: a brother and thrpp grandchildren. I rector of the firms of Bonwit Teller, S. H. Kress and I. Miller, THOMAS D. YOUNG, a re-, ?astHamJ?ton N' Y' t A ,1 tired emolnvp f th. PhilarioiJ. Mr- Mnuchin was a noted col- T". z, r . Inhia TransnnHatinn Pn AiaA -,,," ::':: I f," e: V t AJII . ri m - - .nH WwXh i . n "iion Designers of America. He and lived at 33 Cedar ave., Pit-L,. tho inr nartnAr nt tho Methodist Church, Pitman, and the Thomas R. Patton Lodge 659, F. and A. M., PhDadeiphia. He is survived by his wife, the former Alba Prettvman: a brother, Edward: and three sis ters, Viola, Mrs. Irene Baxter and Mrs. Fanny Bruce. MRS. rmnips nn iv .J ft .TA. . , the former Bessie Lieberman ham ave. She was 68 and lived at 5115 Old York rd. She was a 'me.mber of. Congregation Kene- MRS. GESUALDO MANCTNI died Monday in Sandy Cove, aia., where she was working as a staff member of the Morning a stan member of the Morninff! Bible Conference She was 71 and lived at 12 Governori - F d tue iormer na Mattozzi. Mrs. Columbia Alessi and Mrs " " --o"--, Zelinda Kaczmar; six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. MRS. LOUIS SCHWARTZ, the former Sarah Finkelstein, diedj Wednesday in her home at 1405 Juniper ave., Elkins Park. She was 77. Mrs. Schwartz was a member of Hadassah, the Council of Jewish Women and the B'nai B'rith. A widow, she is survived by a daughter. Mrs. Sylvia Berk and two grand- children. STATISTICS BY CITIES Highest temperature last 12 hours, lowest temperature last lg boura and precipitation for last 24 hours as reported at P. M. Wednesday by the United State Weather Bureau. TEMPERATURE Place L. H. Albany to Atlanta kt. 85 81 82 74 71 78 88 70 2 81 85 91 90 72 86 94 86 74 85 90 84 88 107 85 7J 75 79 91 H 63 6) 88 69 2 90 40 70 Missing; Atlantic City 7 Bismarck. N. D. 4g Boston 43 Buffalo. M V i) Charleston, S. C 75 Chicago 43 Cincinnati gj Cleveland to Denver 54 Harrisburg 71 Jacksonville, Fla. 72 Kansas City, Mo. 64 I-os Angeles 66 Louisville i Miami Beach 79 Minntnlia ci New Orleans 7 w Vorlr r-if VI .00 I Norfolk. Va. 71 Philadelphia 72 I E19x- Ar1- 82 ruiauurgn M Portland, Me. 61 Portland, Ore. 59 St. Louis 64 Salt Lake City 50 San Antonio 73 San Francisco 56 S. Ste. Marie, Mich. 55 Savannah, Ga. 70 Seattle S8 Tampa, Fla. 75 Washington, D. C 73 Wilkes-Barre 70 Winnipeg, Man. 44 L.. Low; H., High; M p'r.,' Precipitation; Tr., Trace" Thursday's Tidal Predictions PHILADELPHIA (Chestnat st. Mlgn Tide 10:06 A. M. 10:30 P. M. Low Tide 4:48 A. M. 4 42 P. M. DELAWARE BREAKWATER High Tide 4:12 A. M. 4:54 P. M. Low Tide 10:12 A. M. 11:18 P. M. CAPE MAT (Municipal Pier) High Tide 5:16 A. M. 4:02 P. M. Low Tide 4:?5 A. M. 10:il P. M. ATLANTIC CITY Steel Pirr) High Tide ?:5S A. M. 3:34 P. M. Low Tide :07 A. M. 1013 P. M. .69' BE.a HAVEN (Little Egg Harbor) 5:47 P. M. T.nw Tiri ii-n k M P. M. RARVPRtT inlet High Tide 3:04 A. M. 3:40 P. M Low Tide 9:21 A. M 10:27 P. pnunt, mmfntMt wW, kw Elsewhere "Grass Beyond the Mountains." Published in 1951, it told the story of the discoverv of the last great cattle frontier in North America the grazing areas beyond the Algak and Itcha' Mountain ranges in northern British Columbia. One of the first cattlemen to venture into the Chilcotin, he wrote two snhspniipnt nnvpls the Vanderhoof area Born the son of an American admiral, Mr. Hobson worked b.iefly as a real estate broker me unucoun T.MMI A. Mnnrhin K7 mrnn. " " " ' , VV.n ration lawyer who was a di- lector of modern art active in . moaern an, acuve in Philanthropic affairs and also : director of the Council of Fash lin. An alumnus of New York Uni versity. Mr Mnuchin was co- donor of 21 works of art which helped start the American Wing nf thp R(1f Art Miicpiim at Brandeis University. Nathan Shaoiro. 79. vice nresi- H a rf on4 fniinylA t f n ! A in Boston. Mr. Shapiro, who lived in awampscott, Mass., helped to found Eastern Baking Co. at Chelsea. Mass.. in 1911. The firm produced ice cream cones and moved its headquarters to Owings Mills in 1919. As the Maryland Cup Corp., the firm operated 25 plants in 13 States with major facilities in Boston. Baltimore. Chicaeo and Los Angeles. It produced paper and plastic cups and became the world's largest manufacturer of drinking straws and ice cream cones. UCT1SI ":oiuul: i one oi the leadin Poets of Soviet rgia" ... ,. . Z . ' , 7 ., , :- the Bolshevik' re volution. tj - uAmA MM a;u. r i utv,a nit au cuuvt ui ai iuus Communist - approved literary magazines and was active in party-line world peace movements and the Soviet Writers' Union. He received the highest Soviet literary award four times, twice while it was called the Stalin Prize and twice as the Order of Lenin. Samuel Mellinger, 52, of Em-Doria. Kan. Remiblican national committeeman for Kansas, at Emporia. M Joseph O'Brien Dies, Fought PTC Battle Joseph L. O'Brien, Sr., the financier who fought a long and bitter battle for what he believed were the rights of the Stockholders nf the PhilaHplnhia TrancrinrTotin r IloI AltllUuilpuUll U1VU .os.Tuesday at his summer home : ;0Jat 118 90th st, Stone Harbor.'J. F. Ford. Jr.. f Mr. O'Brien was 70 and lived, Fireman 28 YrS. a at , 504 Hampshire rd., Drexel' Joseph F. Ford, Jr., a mem-.76 HUL 'ber of the Philadelphia Fire De- Born in Philadelphia, he com- .lopleted only the first six gradesMonday at bis home at 7226 $ in Philadelphia parochial schools! Grays ave. He was 52. joowhen, at the age of 14, he Mr. Ford, who was attached M launched a career that was Engine Co. 11, 10th and South Drrng mm weaitn and influence.' SHUNNED PUBLICITY $! Through his lifetime, Mr. oo O'Brien shunned personal pub-.19 licity. It was not until recent g years that his name made head-ioojlines as the leader of an insur-xgent group of stockholders who .wfought both the PTC ment and the attempts by the I? citv and the Southeastern Trans- porta tion Authority to take over tne transit system under an agreement drawn in 1907. Mr. O'Brien, who estimated the current replacement value of the transit system at approximately $175 million, was the driving force in a successful fight last January which blocked, by stockholder vote, its sale to SEPTA for $59.7 million. ORDERED SALE Later, Common Pleas Judge Edmund B. Spaeth, Jr., uphold ing the disputed 1907 agreement, ordered the sale consumated and fixed the price at $54 million. The case still is in the courts. His interest was drawn to PTC in typical fashion in 1957. when Mr. O'Brien branded "unfair" a court injunction by which the city prevented distribution of a $1.20 dividend voted by the board of directors. It was then he began accumulates PTC votine sock and the O'Brien family now holds over 100,000 shares. STARTED AT BOTTOM Mr. O'Brien entered the finan cial world in 1910 as a $5-a-week board boy for a Philadelphia firm. As a youth, he learned every phase of the business at first hand, through the "hark office" as a clerk and finally being promoted to the firm's trading department. He enlisted in the U. S. Army as a private in 1917 and saw battle service in France with the io.u it..- ij ... ... . iota rieiU Anmery Ot tne Third Division. ai tne end of the First World War. he received his hon orable discharge in the rank of sergeant. FORMED BUSINESS In 1937. he and the late Hpnrv P. Carr opened their own invest ment business at 1500 Walnut st. under the name Carr-O'Brien Co. In 1954, the firm was reorganized as the Jnsenh T. O Brien Co., with Mr. O'Brien as president and his hrnthpr jonn i., as a vice president. NINE CHILDREN Mr. O'Brien is survived by his wife, the former Mary Cullin; three sons, Brother Christopher, a Trappist monk, and Joseph L., Jr., and John T., both members of the PTC board; six daughters, Mary Catherine, Gertrude A., Helen E., Sheila B., Margaret A. and Mrs. Cecelia Hulse: three trrandrhilHrpn one brother and three sisters. Solemn Reniiiem Mace mill -- 1 ... " u o rj in be sung at 10 A. M. Saturday in at. Andrew's Church, School lane and Foss ave., Drexel Hill. Burial will be in SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery, Springfield, Delaware county. Died AIKEN Suddenly, Aug. g, i9H. of (69 E. Russell st., JOHN F.. husband of Ethel c nee WUson). Relatives, friends me.T American Legion Post if 786 invited to funeral Fri , V) J- WrCAFFERTT FUNERAL HOME, 6!26 Torre sd ale ave. High Mass of Reouiem, St. Bartholomew Church. 10 A. M. Int. Our Lady of eve0' Friends may call Thurs. ALBAN0 Colorado st.. beloved husband of Carrie (nee Botti). father of Lawrence, Michael and Mrs. Josephine Pipitone; also grandchildren. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Fri., JAM. from GANGEMI FUNERAL ROME. Broad ft Wolf sts. Solemn Requiem Mass. St. Monica's Church. 10 A. M Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends may caU Thursday eve. BANE r.Au.! ;J JENNIE fnee Me-Grath). of 2707 Levick st., Saylorshurg. Pa , wife of the late James J. Bane. Relatives, friends invited to funeral Sat.. A. M., FETNER FUNERAL ""F'.421 nkford ave. (at Levick ' Solemn Requiem Mass, A. M , St. Timothy's Church. Int. Our Lady "fGrace Cem. Friends may call Fri. BAXTER MILDRED C. (nee Bennett), aged 46 years, beloved wife of David J. Baxter and mother of Miss Linda and Miss Carol. Relatives, friends invited 1 "fiT" Frt- '1 A- M.. CHARLES L. KESTER'S. 0-ll E. AUegheny ave. Int. Sunset Memorial Park. Friends may call Thurs. eve. BENEDETTI wViRf ?' W6 palmO. of 3816 N. Fairhill st.. husband of Louisa (nee DiPaolo) and father of Louis Bene-detti. Rose Colio, Mr Daniele. Angelina Morelli. Relatives and friends are Invited to the funeral Sat , 1:30 A. M., BERTOTTO FUNERAL HOME, 529-31 Rising Sun ave. Solemn Requiem Mass, Our Lady of Pompeii Church, -3ft A. M. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Viewing Friday eve. after 7. BERMAN An in iOiu: T nu rkMni of th . Wyncote House and formerly of 7S17 Vernon rd., Melrose Park, wife of Maxwell, motaer of Mrs. Bertram (Phyllis. Serota. and Mrs. Michael (Brenda Goldblatt also survived by three grandchildren. Services, Thurs., ! 2:45 P M. precisely, at ROSEN- I BERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS. 4720 i N. Broad st. Int. Roosevelt Memorial 1 Park Family will be at the Serota ! resiaence, 1440 carol rd.. Meadow-brook. Please omit flowers. BERNSTEIN Aug. f. 166. JACOB, of 1015 Alpeno rd.. husband of Goldie Bernstein, father of Arthur and Paul Bernstein, brother of Mrs. Yetta Ladenson. Mrs. Selma Kamis. Mrs. Beatrice Cohen. Mrs Ruth Snyder and Maxwell Bernstein. RelaUves and friends are invited to services Thurs.. 11 A. M.. at BERSCHLER'S. 4300 N. Broad st. (at the Blvd.) The family will return to his late residence. j partment for 28 years, died sts., at tne time of his death. was the son of the late Fire Captain Joseph Ford, the broth er of Harry Ford, and the father of Joseph Ford, 3d, both of whom also are members of the Fire Deoartment. A widower whose wife, the former Cecelia M. Haggerty, cuea m 1963, he also is sur vived by his mother, Mrs. Anna Ford; a daughter, Mrs. Anna Rogers, and two grandchildren. Died BIBEN Aug. 10. W. SHARON LOIS, of 8511 Bustleton ave , daughter of Harris and Mitzi (nee Groff) Schoenagle, sister of Wendy Ellen, Alan and Sigmund Scho-enagel, granddaughter of Jennie Biben. Relatives and friends are invited to services. Thurs.. 11:30 A M, JOSEPP LEVINE SON. memorial Chapels N. Broad st. above 71st ave. Int. Montefiore Cem. Family will return to the late residence. BOGLE Of 3415 Shelmlre ave.. Aug. , 1966. LEON A M. (nee Lamey), wife of the late John MacDonald Bo?le, and mother of Mrs. Margaret E. Miller, in her 71st year. Relatives and friends invited to attend the funeral Fri , 8:30 A. M.. from the FLl'EHR FUNERAL HOME. 3301-15 Cottman ave. Solemn Requiem Mass. St. Matthew's Church, 10 A. M. Friends may call Thurs. eve. BOLES Suddenly, Aug. 9. 1966. ROSS T., husband of Anna Boone Boles, of 66 E. Martin st. Relatives, friends and employes of The Budd Co.. are invited to the funeral services Fri.. 2 P M at The J. BI RTOV CORSON " Fli-NERAL HOME. 433 Lyceum ave., Roxborough, where friends mav call Thurs. eve. afier 7. Int. George Washington Memorial Park. BR0PHY Aug g, 1966. WILLIAM J., of 4217 Romain st. Son of Wm. F. and the late Margaret M. Brophy (nee Cody), and brother of Rev Andrew A. Brophy, O S.F.S., Sr. Andrew De Sales, S.S.J , John F. Brophy and Mrs. Florence Dawson. Relatives, friends and employees of Phila. Blueprint Co. invited to funeral Fri.. t A. M., NULTY FUNERAL HOME, Fkd. ave. Church st. Solemn Requiem Mass, St. Joachim's Church. 10 A. M. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may call Thur.. after 4 P. M. In lieu of flowers family would appreciate Mass Memorials. BRUECKMANN n August 1. 1966. J. CEOBCF husband of Sarah Bradly Brueck- mann, of 58 Cobblestone Drive. Pnli Services for relatives and frienrt Thursday. 1 P. M., OLIVER H. BAIR-S. :820 Chestnut st Int. Woodlands Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to the Radio Therapy Dept.. Bryn . Mawr Hospital. BUTCHER Aug , 1966. of 3814 N. 15th st.. EDWIN G.. son of the late Edwin G. and Grace Butcher, and beloved friend of Mary E. Richards. Relatives, friends and members of St. Luke's Methodist Church, Russell H. Conwell Post, No. 264, A. L., are invited to services. Fri . 1 P. M . KIRK NICE. 6301 Germantown ave. Int Phila. National Cem. Friends may caU Thursday eve. CATTELL On Aug. 9. 196, JEANETTE (nee Schnees. wife nf Aih4 it n of Camden. N. J . aged 70 years. Funeral services Fri. 11 A. M at the MURRAY FUNERAL HOME. 408 Cooper sts., Camden. N. J. View. Thurs. eve. CEREBE August 9, 1966. ANTHONY J., of 3439 Tilton st, husband of the late Rosalie Cerebe ( Surourhus), beloved father of Anthony. Jr.. Mrs. Eliiaoeth Ulmer. Mrs. Anna Kvikl.vs and Thomas. Also survived by eight grandchildren and two rreat-grand-children. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral Fri., 8 A. M.. from the Funeral Home of FRANK A. BALIN. 2016 E. Alleh-nv a'. emn Requiem Mass, 9:30 A. M., St. George's R. C Church. Int. SL Peter's Cem. Viewing Thurs. eve. C0NTI August 8, 1966. SABATO (Saml. husband of Frances W. Brown Conti, of 1514 W. Wynnewood rd.. Ardmore. Relatives and friends are Invited to services Sat., 11 A M.. from THE FRANK ENFIELD CHADWICK FUNERAL HOME. Athens ave. ft Simpson rd.. Ardmore. Int. St. Paul's Lutheran Cem. Friends may call Fri-eve., 7-9. COYNE Suddenly, Aug. 8, 1966. at Wslson Army Hospital, Fort Dix, N. J., of 4600 Weymouth st.. formerly of 261 W. Westmoreland st. Staff Sergeant E-6) U. S. Army, JOSEPH G.. beloved husband of Joan Coyne (nee Frame), father of Kathryne Coyne. RelaUves, friends invited to funeral Fri., 8:30 A. M., The WILDEY FUNERAL HOME. Front and Westmoreland sts. High Mass of Requiem, 10 A. M., Church of St. Hugh. Friends may call Thurs. eve. (Parking In the Wildey lot.) CRUMBIE Doylestown. Pa., Aug. 10. FLORENCE L., wife of the late George J. Crumbie. Requiem Mass at the Church of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Doylestown, Pa., on Saturday. 11 A. M. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may call at the CHARLES H. REED FUNERAL HOME, 12 W. Court st., Doylestown, Pa., on Friday evening. DALLAS Aue. 9. 1966. MARTHA G., of 700 Station ave.. Haddon Heights, N. J. Relatives and friends are invited to services. Fri., 10:30 A. M., at the First Methodist Church, Haddon Heights, N. J. Int. Lakeview Memorial Park. Friends may call Thurs. eve., at EVOY FUNERAL HOME. 129 White Horse pike. Haddon Heights. N. J. DIETERLE MARGUERITE K.. ace 72. of UX Holly lane, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., August 8, 1966, wife of John G. Dieterle. of Ft. Lauderdale, mother of Mrs. Frank X. Brennan of Ft. Lauderdale. Mrs. John Naughton. of Oakville, Can ada: sister of Mary Lombard and Leo O'Donnel of Philadelphia. Rosary service was held 7:30 P. M, Tues.. and Funeral Mass, 10 A. M.. Wed., from St. Gregory's Catholic Church. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Arrangements by PLANTATION FUNERAL HOME. EISENHUTH Aug. 8. 1966. of 108 A. Copper Beach Apts., Secane, Pa., REV. JOHN H.. husband of Annabelle (nee Ennig). Funeral service Thurs.. 2 P. M., MAR-VIL FUNERAL HOME. 111A Main t . St., Darby, Pa. Int. Arlington Cem. ', no viewing. FAURER Aug. 10. 1966. SAMUEL, husband of Sara (nee Muller), of 2310 S. 6th St., father of Beatrice Kanes. brother of AI Feurer and Max Faurer, also survived by 2 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to services Thurs., 2:30 P. M.. JOSEPH LEVINE ft SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS. N. Broad st. above 71st ave. Int. Montefiore Cem. Family will return to the Kanes residence, 1310 Fairview rd., Elkins Park. Pa. FORD Suddenly on August 8. 1966. JOSEPH F. husband of the late Cecelia M. Haggerty. Relatives, friends. Holy Name Society and members of the Phila. Fire Department invited to attend the funeral Saturday 9 A. M. from his home, 7226 Grays ave., Phila. Solemn Mass of Requiem, 10 A. M., Church of St. Clement. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Friends may caU Friday evening. (Arrangements by CAVANAGH FUNERAL HOME, Phila.) Dill GALMAN Aug. 10. 16. GERTRUDE F. (nee Friedman), wife of Abram, of the Sedgwick Gardens Apts., Apt. JC222-D, sister of Clara Brody. Relatives and friends are invited to services, Fri., 11 A. M.. JOSEPH LEVINE SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS. N. Broad st. above 71st ave. Int. pvt. Family will return to the Brodv residence. 502-A Glen Echo rd. In lieu of flowers contributions in her memory may be made to Hebrew Day Nursery. 10th and Ruscomb sts., or to a charity of the donor's choice. GOOD On Aug. 8. 196. at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center. KENNETH SHELLEY, JR.. beloved son of Billie B. and Kenneth S. Good. Sr., nf 638 Linwood ave.. Collingswood, N. J., age 21 years. Services for relatives fc friends Fri.. 11:30 A. M.. at FOSTER'S FUNERAL HOME, Haddon and Lees aves.. Collingswood, N. J. Int. Bethel Memorial Park, Penn-sauken. N. J. Friends may call Friday morning, 10 to 11 A. M. No viewing. GOODMAN On Aug S. H6S, MARGARET, beloved wife of the late Gilbert W. Goodman Sr., mother of Mrs Lester Broxn, Mrs. Tevis Bell and Gilbert W. Goodman, Jr. Service for relatives and friends on Mon. at 2 P. M. at her home. 2308 Brown st., where friends may call Sun. eve. Int. Arlington Cem. GREENWAT Aug . !96, of 9J8 Blythe ave.. Drexel Hill, BARBARA E. (nee Montgomery), wife of the late James. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Fri., 1 P. M., from TERKES FUNERAL HOME. 7031 Woodland ave Int. Kincsessing Cem. No viewing Thurs. eve. HAMLIN JUNIUS, beloved husband of Alice Hamlin and father of Ernestine Thomas, Edith, Ronald. Dorothy. Stanley. Catherine and Steven Hamlin. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Friday. August 12 at 8 P. M , at HANKINS FUNERAL HOME. 4075 Haverford ave. Int. Saturday, August 13, Mt. Lawn Cem. HEIMAN BESSIE L. HEIMAN fnee Lleber-man). Aug. 10, 1966, of 5115 Old York rd., wife of the late Charles Heiman and mother of Mrs. Paul (Editha) Charney and David E. Heiman, of Sacramento. Calif., sister of Mrs. Maurice (Sarah) Cahan. Mrs. Lena Rose, Mrs. Albert (Miriam) Crowell, Jack and Leon J. Lieberman. Also survived by 2 grandchildren. Services Fri., 11:30 A. M. nrecisely. at ROSN. BERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS. 4720 N. Broad st. Int. Montefiore Cem. HEISTER Aug. 10. 1966. HYMAN. of 5301 Old York rd.. husband of the late Ida, father of Mrs Mary Davis. Mrs. Bessie Scharff, Mrs Ethel Levitt, Mrs. Esther Rice and Morris Heister, also survived by 7 grand and 7 great grandchildren. Services and Int. will be at the convenience of the family. HICKS W. W.. on Aug. 9, 1966, of 113 N. Spring Mill rd., Villanova, Pa., husband of Rosamund Sargent Hicks. Funeral services will be held at STUARD FUNERAL HOME, 104 Cricket ave.. Ardmore, Fri.. Aug. 12, at 11 A. M. Friends may call after 10 A. M.. Fri. Int. Valley Forge Gardens, King of Prussia, Pa. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Heart Fund. HURLEY Aug. 9, 1966. DANIEL J., SR.. of ; iojo c. luipenocien si., nusDana ot Delianne (nee Connolly), and father of Mary H. Birch, and Daniel J., Jr.. uncle of Sr Elizabeth Anne, S.S.J. Relatives, friends and Holy Name Society invited to funeral, Sat., 9 A.M.. from JOHN F. MURRAY FUNERAL HO.M1 1014-1 E. Chelten ave. Solemn Mass of Requiem, 10 A. M . at St. Athanaius' Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends invited Fri. eve. In lieu of flowers, spiritual bouquets would be appreciated. HUSIK August 10. ALBERT, of 2638 S. 8th St., father of Stanton and Gertrude, brother of Samuel, Mrs. Minnie Franklin and Mrs. Reba Shapiro Services Thurs., 1 P. M. precisely at ROSENBERG'S ft RAPHAEL SACKS, 4720 N. Broad St. Int. Montefiore Cem. KAZARN0WICZ Aug. 10, 1966, FELIX. SR., of 3169 Belgrade St.. beloved husband of Rose (nee Teper), and devoted father of Casimir, Aloysius. Edward. Felix, Jr.. and Joseph Kazarnowicz and Rita Sniegowski, 13 grandchildren survive. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Sat., 8:30 A. M.. TOMASZEW-SKI FUNERAL HOME, 2728 E. Allegheny ave. (cor Salmon St.). Reouiem Mass. 9:.-5 A. M, St. Adalbert's Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Viewing Friday eve. Mass cards preferred. LEED On Aug. 10. 1966, B. ROSCOE LEED, formerly of Mt. Airy, husband of the late Edna Smith Leed and father of Mrs. David H. Loughery and Burton R. Leed. Relatives and friends are invited to the service Fri., 2 P. M-, at THE FYFE ft BOYD FUNERAL HOME, 7047 Germantown ave.. Mt. Airy, Phila. Int. Ivy Hill Cem. Friends may call Fri., 1 P. M. to 2 P. M. In lieu of flowers please make contributions to The Mt. Airy Methodist Church. LODGE Suddenly, Aug. 9, 1966. LEWIS F.. beloved husband of Lillian Wilby Lodge, of 4013 Howland St. Relatives, fri-nds, members of Harmony Lodge, 52. F. and A. M. ; Juniata Park EUB Church, and Transport Workers Union 2? 234. are invited to services Sat.. 10 A. M., at the BELL FUNERAL HOME. 2742-44 N. 5th St., where friends may call Fri., 7-9 P. M. Int. Hillside Cem. Masonic services Fri., 8 P. M. Parking at 4th and Somerset sts. LUZ0K Aug. 9. 166, HELEN (nee Picorra), of 238 McClellan St.. devoted wit of PETER, beloved mother of Mrs. Helen Poznek. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Sat.. 8 A. M.. from RACHUBINSKI FUNERAL HOME. 781 S. Front st. Requiem Mass. Holy Ghost Church. 9 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends may call Fri. eve. Parastas Service Fri.. 7:30 P. M. MANCINI PIA MATTOZZI MANCINI. of 12 Gov. Markham dr.. Glen Mills, wife of the late Gesualdo Mancini, on August 8. 1966. Friends may call Thurs., 7 to 10 P. M.. and are invited to the funeral service Fri . 11 A. M.. OLIVER H. BAIR COMPANY-SUBURBAN WEST. 301 West Chester pike. Haver-town. Int. Lawn view Cem. McCANN Aug. 8. 1966- of 1357 . Park lane. Darby. Pa.. JOHN F.. husband of Anna V. (nee Dwyer). Funeral Fri., 8:30 A. M., MARVIL FUNERAL HOME. 1110 Main St., Darby. Solemn Requiem Mass, Blessed Virgin Mary Church. 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends call Thurs. eve.. 7 to 9. McGURK Of 3910 Coral st.. on Aug. 9. 1966. ANNA MAE (nee Millard), beloved wife of Joseph P. Relatives and friends are invited to services Sat., at 10 A. M-. CHARLES L. KESTER'S, 6:9-11 E. Allegheny ave. Int. Oakland Cem. Friends may all Fri. eve. McHUGH Aug. 8. 1966, KATHARINE M. McHUGH (nee Collins), of 612 Vernon rd., wife of the late Joseph P. Mc-Hugh. Solemn Requiem Mass, Fri., 10 A. M., St. Teresa of the Child Jesus Church, Ardleigh and Upsal sts. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Relatives, friends may call Thurs. eve., at the FYFE ft BOYD FUNERAL HOME. 7047 Germantown ave., Mt. Airy. MELLER August 10, 1966. ABRAHAM, hus-b?nd of the late Sarah of 1455 Deve-reaux st.. father of Mr. Morris Metier, Mrs. Marsha Lewin and Mrs. Edith Giwerc. also survived by 7 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Thurs., 1 P. M. precisely, "GOLDSTEINS' ". 6410 N. Broad st. Int. ML Sharon Cem. Shiva will be observed at 1455 Deveraux st. MENTA Aug. 9, 1966. SALVATORE. beloved husband of the late Concetta Menta (nee Tine), of 65 Warrior rd- Drexel HiU. Pa., and father of Mrs. Carmela Gionfrido. of Havertown; Mr. Paul J. Menta, of Drexel Hill; Mrs. Josephine Campagna, of BroomaU; Mrs. Mary Biagi, of Drexel HiU; Mr. Rosario Menta. of Phila.; Mrs. France De-Rodi. of Stratford. N. J.; Mr. John Menta, of Marlton. N. J.. and Mr. Anthony Menta. of Quakertown. 17 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great grandchildren. Solemn Mass of Requiem. Sat., 10 A. M., Church of St. Dorothy. Family invites friends to call Fri. eve., 7 to 10. from PERRI'S FUNERAL SERVICES. 8645 West Chester pike, Upper Darby. Int. Holy Crosa Cem. (Parking oa premises.) Diem O'BRIEN Aug. 9. JOSEPH L.. SR.. husband of Mary C. Cullm O'Brien, of J04 Hampshire rd., Drexel Hill, father of Broth-er M. Christopher. O. V. S. o. Funeral SjUmornin' :30' TOPPITZER FUNERAL HOME, Garrett rd.. at Lans-downe aye.. Drexel Hill. Solemn Mass of Requiem. 10 o'clock St. Andrew's Church. School lane at Foss ave.. Drexel Hill. Int. SS. Peter ft Paul Cem Friends may call Fri. after 5 o clock. In lieu of flowers, offerings in his name may be marie to St.. Joseph Abbey, Spencer, Mass. 0TT i Aif v'' CHARLES T. OTT, be-. JluSband of Margaret Smith Ott, of 4508 N. Broad st. Relatives and friends are invited to viewing Fri ti 10 P M ' JOSEPH A. MOT-LAN FUNERAL HOME, 5203 N. Broad st., and to Solemn Mass of Requiem f t'j ,0. A M ' Church of the Holy Child. Int. SL Dominic's Cem. PARRY On Aug. J, 1956. MORRIS, beloved husband of Martha E. Parry nee Borger). of 272 Marlton ave.. Cam-J- ' 2- Services on Fri.. L'A,1" ' ,he BRADLEY FUNERAL HOME. 3203 , Federal st.. Camden. N. J. Int. Lakeview Memorial Park. Frienda may caU Thurs. eve. PEDAN0 August 9, 1966. Residence 2701 Dudley st. YOLANDA (nee Ceri). wife of V.5r'e J lo survived by son Charles T.. daughter Miss Kathryn, 1 grandchild. Relatives and friends invit-d to funeral Fri.. 9:30 A M . LEONETTI FUNERAL HOME. INc!. N. E cor. Broad 4c Wolf sts. Solemn Requiem Mass, SL Aloysius Church. 26th lc Tasker sts., 11 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Thurs eve., 7 to 10. Parking on premises. In lieu of flowers, family request that donations be made to Cancer Research, in care of Hahnemann Hospital. PERL0FF Suddenly. Aug. 9. of 539 Perxhin ave., Collingdale. STEPHEN J., husband of Joan Perloff inee Paul) and son of Rita Bryson Perloff and the late Leon Perloff. Relatives and friends Invited to funeral Sal , 8 A. M , DAVID J. PHILLIPS FUNERAL HOME. 910 MacDade blvd., Collingdale. Mass of Requiem, Church of St. Joseph's. 9 A. M. Int. SS. Peter ft Paul Cem. Friends may call Fri. eve. PETERSON On Aug. 10. 1966. MARY S . of 815 Penn St.. Camden, N. J.. aee 86 years. Funeral services Fri., 1:30 P. M.. at The MURRAY FUNERAL HOME. 408 Cooper St., Camden, N. J. No viewing Thurs. eve. REYNOLDS August 7. 1966. DORIS W.. of 430 Glen Echo lane, after a short illness at the Ahoskie Hospital, North Carolina, widow of the late Lee Roy Reynolds. Funeral services will be held at Miller Memorial Baptist Church, 22d st above Jefferson, on Fri., August 12, at noon. Friends may call Thurs., August 11. 6 to 10 P. M.. at REYNOLDS FUNERAL f'HAPEL. 202-44 Ridge ave. Surviving are a son. William Wilkinson; a daughter, Julie Belle Reynolds; 2 sisters, 1 brother. 2 uncle. 3 -im anr p uot of friends. Interment Beverly Cemetery. Beverly. New Jersey. R0CHELLE In Tucson, Ariz., WILLIAM C husband of Laura Hild Rochelle. Relatives and friends are invited to attend services at the BOYD FUNERAL HOME. 718 Swede St.. Norristown, Pa., Mon., 2 P. M. Int. Riverside Cem. Friends may call Mon. after 1 o'clock. R0HRMAN August 9. 16. ALEXANDER D.. 1205 Shackamaxon st. Relatives, friends, members of The First Presbyterian Church of Kensington and Keystone Lodge 271 F. ft A.M. are invited to services Sat.. 9:30 A. M., GERPISB FUNERAL HOME. 2360 E. Susquehanna ave. Int. Greenmount Cem. Friends may call Fri. eve.. Masonic Service 8 P. M. ROYNER Aug. 10, 1966. ID ROVNER, wife of the late A. Joseph Rovner, of 2441 Golf rd., mother of Mrs. Leah Milsten, Mrs. Jean Krassen, Mrs. Gertrude Benjamin, Herman. Nathan, Morris and Jacob Rovner. Also survived by 12 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Services Thurs., 12:15 P. M., at BERSCHLER'S FUNERAL CHAPELS, 4300 N. Broad st. (at the Blvd.) Int. Har Nebo Cem. Family will return to 5325 Wynnefield ave. Please omit flowers. SACCHETTI CRESCENZO, Aug. 9. of 919 Moore St., husband of the late Maria and father of Henry, Fred, Joseph, Mario and Mrs. Olga Massari. RelaUves and friends invited to attend the funeral Fri. morning. 8:30 o'clock, from the PULLO FUNERAL HOME, southwest cor. 9th and Moore sts. High Mass. St. Nicholas Church, 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Thurs. eve., 7 to 1L . . SAMM0N Aug. 8. 1966, MICHAEL J., of 1216 E. Chelten ave., formerly of Co. Limerick, Ire., husband of Anna nee McGeehan). Relatives, friends. Holy Name Soc. and Men of Malvern invited to funeral Sat., 8 A. M., from JOHN F. MURRAY FUNERAL HOME. 1014-16 E. Chelten ave. Solemn Mass of Requiem, 9 A. M , at Immaculate Conception Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends invited FrL eve. Holy Communion may be received at this Mass. SEIDMAN Aug. 9, 1966. DORA (nee Rosenberg), wife of Morris, of 1031 E. Gorgas lane, mother of Mr. Jacob Seidman, Mr. Leon Seidman and Mr. Merrill Seidman. sister of Mrs. Tillie Blonsky. Mrs. Ethel Address, Miss Sonia Rosenberg, and Mr. Sam Rosenburg; also survived by 1 grandchildren Relatives, friends and members of West Oak Lane Jewish CC, Ind. Kishineff Ladies Aid Society, Up Town Home for Aged, Deborah, Pannonia BA and B'nai Chaim So-ial are invited to funeral services Friday, 2 P. M. precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'." 6410 N. Broad st. Int. Montefiore Cem. Shiva will be observed at 1031 E. Gorgas lane. In lieu of floweia, make contributions to Up Town House for Aged. Recent list of 300 Cor se :utive Bnnghurst(Adult) I unsrals (Hot ktcMmf cMSStarf. vtu m ctotlant) S 300 or Less 36 301 475 80 476 675 111 676 925 47 926 1.200 19 1,201 Over 7 consideration you can easily Study this comparison of 300 BRINGHURST . L Wstroos, rioW . Lewis S. Dogtt Jr.. Vice President Mrs. lore Schuller, Treasurer John 0. Espie, Secretary 20th and Walnut Sts. LO 3-5690 Fraa Parkinf an f remises Listen to "Meditations in Musk" WFIl-FM Sundays 9 to 9:55 A.M. pIBM!I!l!!M The Only Funeral Home Under Bair Family Management Serving uitb Dignity for 144 Years Since 1822 we have maintained a high standard of person alized service, available to all, regardless of family income. Mdum J. Bair & Son FUNERAL DIRECTORS H. Blair Anthony, President (fourth generation) 3925 Chestnut Strttt, Philadelphia EY 6-7700 Died SCHWARTZ Aue. 10. 196. SARAH fnee Finkelstein). wife of the late Louis, of 14DS Juniper ave.. Elkins Park, Pa., mother of Sylvia Berk, also survived by 2 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to services Fri . 2:30 P. M., JOSEPH LEVINE ft SON MEMORIAL ( H4.PKLS. N. Broad St.. above 71st ave. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family will return to tha late residence. Please omit flowers. SIMON August 8. ESTHER (nee Conn), of Garden Court Apts.. wife of the late Sol. mother of Wjard and Ma-in Simon, sister of Mrs. Saul Levy. Mrs. Mary Lisbon. Miss Helen Conn. Mrs. Dorothy Rubin, Harry Collins and Myron Cohn; also survived by 2 grandsons. Relatives and friends are invited 'n -- icr Fri., 1 A M , at BERSCHLER'S, 4300 N. Broad st. (at the Blvd.) Int. Roawvelt Memorial Park. The family will return to her late residence. SNYDER August 10. 1966. LOUIS, husband of the late Bessie of 2301 Woodward st.. father of Mr. Eli Snyder, Mrs. Ethel Winikur and Mrs. Harriet Weissman, brother of Mr. Morris Snyder. Mr. Albert Snyder and Mrs. Mary Go'.dberg. Also survived by 7 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral serv. ices Fri.. 11 A. M. precisely. "GOLDSTEINS' ". (410 N. Broad st. Int. King David Memorial Park. Shiva wiU be observed at 1129 Barringer st. SULLIVAN Passed away in New York City, after a long illness. Wed.. Aug. 10. 1966. CORNELIUS A. SULLIVAN, survived by two sisters, Mrs. Mary S. McCarthy, Mrs. Agnes S. Well-house, a niece and nephew, all of Richmond, Virginia. An aunt. Mrs. James J. Hannigan, of Philadelphia. Pa. Requiem Mass. 10 A. M. Saturday at Sacred Heart Cathedral. Rich-' mond. Virginia. TAROD Aug. 10. 1966, of 2727 Cranston rd., MAY TAROD, beloved wife of Sol Israel Tarod. mother of Mrs. Harry (Marion) Romisher, sister of Mrs. Benjamin Bess Pressman, Mrs. Jean Caplin, Miss Celia Rosen. Martin Rosen, also survived by J grandchildren. Services Thurs., 1:30 P. M.. at BERSCHLER'S. 4300 N. Broad st. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family will return to the Romisher residence, 135 E. Fariston drive. T0RETCH Aug. 10. MARY, of the Chatham . v uui i npis., in,MiM?r oi i nomas ! Toretch, sister of Fannie Co.vle, Louis and Harry Toretch, also survived b I two grandchildren. Relatives and j friends are invited to services Thurs.. ; 12:30 P. M.. JOSEPH LEVINE ft SON mt.MOKiAL CHAPELS, N. Broad sL above 71st ave. Int. Montefiore Cem. VENDZULES DOMAZY F.. Aug. 9. 1966. of 3266 Cedar st. Relatives and friends may call Friday evening at EARAMINAS FUNERAL HOME. 2339 E. Alleehony ave. Requiem Mass. Sat., 9:30 A. M., St. Georse's RC Church. Mass cards preferred. WASSLER Suddenly. Aug. 9. 19S6, CEORrE, son of the late Georee and Nellie Wassler (nee Walls). Relatives, friends and employes of Railway Express, invited to the funeral Fri.. 9 A. M.. from JOHN J. FLEMING FUNERAL HOME. 6224 Cedar ave. Hih Mass of Requiem. 10 A. M., St Carthage Church. Int. Old Cathedral Cem. Friends may call Thurs eve., 7-9 P. M. In lieu of flowers, kindly offer Mass Cards. WEDDELL Aug. 9. of 6706 Grovers ave.. ELIZABETH A., beloved wife of William C. Relatives and friends, also O. E. S. Excelsior Chapter a38 of which she was a oast matron are invited to funeral Sat.. 1 P. M., from TERKES FUNERAL HOME, 7031 Woodland ave. Int. Mt. Moriah Cem. Vi-wing Fri. eve. Eastern Star services 8 P. M. WILSON On Aug 9, 1966. WILLIAM J.. hus-banu ot the late Mary McWillUms Wilson, of 218 Williams ave.. Narberth. Pa. RelaUves and friends are invited to attend the funeral on Fri. mornine, at 9 o'clock, from THE MrCONAGHY FUNERAL HOME. Lancaster ft Wyoming aves., Ardmore, Pa. Solemn Requiem Jla,i in SL Marzaret's Church, at 10 o'clock. Int. Calvary Cem Friends invited Thurs. eve. 7 unUl 9. YANNIZZI August 9. DOMENICO, of 801 Greenwood st., beloved husband of the late Florence (nee McCuster) and father of Salvatore and Elizabeth Toto. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Sat., 8:30 A. M., from the FIORENTINO FUNERAL HOME. 1170 S. Broad st Solemn Requiem Mass. 10 A. M., Annunciation Church. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Fri. eve. YOUNG Of 33 Cedar ave.. Pitman, N. J., suddenly, on Aug. 9, THOMAS D., husband of Alva Stevenson Young (nee Prettyman). Relatives and friends invited to attend funeral services on Sat.. 2 P. M., at the ATKINS FUNERAL HOME, Lewes, Delaware. Friends may also call Fri. eve. at the WEATHERBY FUNERAL HOME, 3C8 W. Holly ave.. Pitman. N. J. Int. Lewes Methodist Cem.. Lewes. Del. Card ef Thanks BRITT THE FAMILY OF THE LATE TIMOTHY A. BRITT. sincerely thank ie relatives, friends and neighbors for the Masses, flowers and kind expressions of sympathy extended to them at the time of their bereavement. MRS. NORA CAVAZINI, Executrix. Cemetery Lois BUKIAL Lots in Glenwood Memorial Gardens. Rroomall, Pa. Must selL Call HU 5 7172 or HU 5-4244 GLENWOOD Memorial Gardens, BroomaU, Pa. 2 grave lot. S500. LU 6-6192. I0S9 Frankfort Ave, 2223 N. Fra.t Si DE 8-7100 .HOaVIC. tvsr 75 Vurt t OiitinctiM Fiscal Srlt no EXTRAVAGANCE When economy is an important afford a funeral by Bringhurst. consecutive Bringhurst funerals. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Ample Parking on Premises

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