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10 a d h THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 10. 1965 HHI IHUIU.HL-.JIH1I..I SITTim.Jt .ail!T'' "" OFFICIAL FORECASTS Philadelphia and vicinity: Brief showers iW'cdnc s d a y 'morning, clear-, ing in tho aftcr-j noon. High in the m i d 80s. Southerly winds shifting to northwesterly wind s 10 to 20 ... miles an hinnv Most I v siinnv a 111 v pleasant Sunday. Precipitation Sun 0,s JULY i M T W T ' i 10 11 1J 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 7i lb 77 28 29 30 31 AUGUST 1965 5 u T w T t i 1 2 3 4 S 6 Place Mhan.v Atlanta Atlantic City HlMllMlTk. N. l. Boston Buflaln, Y V. i h i leit on S. C, hioaan ( iniinnail 0.11 .v. ncnvrr R11 P M I'clrnll 'CIS A M Harrishuia K MtlMt h I il.V .MU. (ape May lo (ape Hatleras: i.o Anacics " I Louisville Small d-aft u'armn?. nisnlaved. .Miami Reach E a s t e r n Pennsylvania: .,,..... In,, ,, n M IJ""1'!:. Thundershowcrs Saturday morn- ins, clearing in the afternoon.knots with higher gusts Satur-Fair and pleasant Sunday. iday. Winds diminishing Satur-New Jersey: Thundershowersday night. Visibility about three Saturday morning, clearing in miles. !"La!I.Cin00n- Fair P'CaSant, Friday's Local Itcport Atlantic City and vicinity: Mostly clourlv w i t h scattered STATISTICS BY CITIES llithcst temperature last 12 hours, lowest temperature last 18 hours and precipitation for last 24 hours as reported at 8 P, M Friday, .luly 9, 19t5, by the I'nlled Slates Weather Bureau. IC.MrfcH.VU'Hfc probability 70 percent Saturday Moon Sets decreasing to 10 percent Saturday night and Sunday. V. S. WKATIIFR BCRFAC Philadelphia, r . July 9, 1965 w.n . v . rr. It 7J 81 N'n.in R7 y P. M. ?' 50 W. FDT C . M showers baluriiay murning, I a. m clearing in the afternoon. Fair and pleasant Sunday. Water J M- Jj-J 57 iMllPlTalUl'C ti!l. I'., 'Icinocnitilic: H, Humidity i W. 1) New York City Norfolk. v'a. Philadelphia Phoenix, Ariz. Pltlshurah Portland, Me. Portland, Ore. St. Louis Salt Lake City San Antonio San Francisco S. Sle Marie. Mich. ISavsnnah, tia. Seattle SK- ' - C loudy Tampa. Ma. SSW- 3 .09 Cloudy IWashinttfin U. C. s.ll - Pt.t lyJlUlkes-Barre S 10 .00 Clear iWinnlpei, Man S-l - SSI'l- I ,00 57 tS 7.! 54 67 ; 75 til OS hll 5 s TO 55 M 7.1 71 fj S9 II 60 72 l9 71 68 80 61 59 50 70 68 74 52 51 70 52 75 7( 6t 11 11. 0 85 81 72 16 89 88 77 75 0 85 S 71 97 92 81 78 87 85 76 89 87 91 90 106 90 82 69 85 95 8 61 59 89 6 89 91 91 Arthur Synnestvedt, Lawyer, Dies at 70 Arthur Synnestvedt, senior partner in the law firm of Synnestvedt and Leehncr, 12 S. 12th st., died Thursday at his home on Alclen rd., Bryn Atliyn. lie was u. Pr .00 .00 .00 ii .00 .19 .07 .11 .00! .00 .00 Dr. Kapeghian; Practitioner, 45 ,00 the fir in. While em ployed in his lather's organization he studied at Dr. Edward Kapeghian died Temple U n i- Samuel Kasser, Distillery Chief Samuel Kasser, board chairman and founder of Kasser Distillers Products Corp., 3d a naiiu nf chiraaa. Mr. Svn- and Luzerne sis., died Friday nestvedt was the son of the late at Jefferson Hospital. He was 72 Paul Svnnestvedt. founder of, ana Uvea at, bJIU i. ran? avc Died Died Tl 10 .ThnreHav al his hnmn SrtR OH veiauy 1j B w 01 ,, , ,' ', r. i.-.i-.. ii. School and was admitted to the bar in !oa. CJulph rd., Penn Valley. He was oo; Dr. Kapeghian was a gradu- locate of St, Joseph's College. He jj'was graduated from Jefferson W Medical College in 1944, after which he took over the general !oo practice of his father, Dr. Er- ;ooivant Kapeghian, and the latter's oo office at 1020 Shackamaxon st. .oo .. lo.l ne was a meniDer or me A. STNNESTVEDT 1928. Nine years later he became a partner in the firm For 42 years he took an active part in affairs of Bryn Ath.vn Borough. He was elect- ,oo-ni,!ijii,i, noin,..r nA ea to Borougn council in .oofMonuomery county weaica w , : Societies s-v v.- jr. m It V., Wind lliipiliiin and Vplnpityi Pr., Delaware, Maryland and lis- i'U ,'lpii;inmi; w.. w cm her cniitiona. trict nf Columbia and vicinity: "J-;; ZZllZ'r ihi.'...i u7t Thtmdershowers Saturday. Fair 9t er i .6 , , .. , l.np-t Ipinppi .ilure '4 A. M i Hid cooler Sunday. Loet lemiierature lhi dale last 9( Cape May to Mock Island: ' s't Jy.r,T,r'fmu7----- Small Ci aft warnings displayed. Avei aeJpmwraUnehujela Northwesterly wind s 15 to 20' nrmai (or this dale sccutive terms In 1962 he was ''"-a- 1. 1. ...j .4 ..l.a lli.l! Oil auirln frnm hie .fronts hn Ic CICCICU Hiayui, UUI ifBlfeiicu m.. iii i i.. I t I .i II lILoli- M .me: Pr. I f ' .r..,!! m ft n H dirt inQri! in ro. cin;fI.r.;-iu.;.,VTr"r;;.,: .survived by his wife, the for-i - ;-- - - I mer Ellen Wardrop; three sons, lu,u ,u uu vvu"v I Saturday's Tidal Predictions Scott. Kurt and .Ion: two dauch- CATHEDRAL TRUSTEE Utf KV.-July 8. tuddenly, PAUI.1NK M . of 1007 N. Randolph at., hplovpd daushler of CaKper and Alarsaiet inpe Krajcii, alstcr of Unaephine Ameio and aunt of John Ameio. Relatives, friends; anci employes 01 u.g walnut it., and membcra of Slovak Ciymnasllc Union Lodse No. 56. are Invited to funeral serviie .Mon., 10 A. M Nanovli-h Ku-neral Home, Franklin and Brown la. Int. Oakland C'cm, Vlewini Sun. vf. after 6 P. M, (Services, S P. M.) lili.MPsriV.-Of 257 Child ave., Tlrexel Mill, on July 8. 1965, WILLIS D. DEMP. SKY, nuiiliand nf Joan llemptey me MrCAI.I..-On July 8 JOHN J., hu hand of Mary Ft (nee Teleri. nf 31 E, dUve at., Westvllle, N. J., e 71. Relatives and friends Invited to attend the funeral Tuesday. 9 A. M., at the Kiln Funeral Home. 501 Hifhland ave., ttw. vlllc, N. J. Requiem Hlih Mass, at St, Anne's C hurrh, West vllle, 10 A. M. Inter, ment Beverly National cm. Friendt may call Monday avenini. MerAT.-Of 9111 Mather St.. July .' 1965, HAYMOND L., husband of Loitiai! Si hnilit Mi Cay. Relatives and Iritoda are invuea 10 int scrvieps i(10n., 10 Parkinson!, Itelallves. friends and m-!fti ,Mu' ' . Mc r lln,.r,",i il?mm. M v- ployes of Weslinahouse Corn, are in- f 'etcher 4- Son, SJf Biinlleton ave. vllpd to funeral Mon.. 9 A. M.. Vunpral Home of M. F. William.". Baltimore and Summit aves., Cllllon Heights. Solemn nequicm Mass, St. Charles Church, 10 A. M. Int. SS. Peter Paul Cem. Friends may call Sun. eve, nitlKSRM ll.-Dn July I. 1965, MAR- lane, Lafayette Hill friends are invited to the servii e Mon at II A M.. at St. Jude'a KDlscnoal Church, fierimmtown pike, Lafayette! mil. im. l.enrje wasn naton Memm a Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Institute of Cancer Hi'seami. fox cnase. ciuia. 11. Mr, Kasser was born in Budapest, Hungary, and came to this country as a young man shortly before the First World War. He began as a grocer In North Philadelphia, and shortly after the repeal of prohibition he entered the malt business. BLENDED WHISKIES Titor in 1034. ho hlnndnrl'. " H?N.-July I, 95. I UNA K..I -1 - -i wtie 01 ine taie r ren ri. r.ricnson. sr. of 15 Gorrett id., Upper Darby, Rpla lives and friends are Invited to serv. Ices Mon,, 11 A. M., Frankenfield k Chadwtek Funeral Home. Athens ave. at Siinnson rd.. Ardmore. Int. Wm. Penn; Cem. There win be no viewing-. FARRFLI.. -Suddenly. July 7. iUS. MYRTLE A. FARRELL, (nee Watson 1. of 4.! N. 54tn st., motner of Calvin W. Farrell. Funeral services Mon., 11 A. M Oliver II. Balr'a, 1820 Chestnut t., where friends may call Sun., 7 to 9 P. M. Int. Arlington Cem. FLUEHR.-Of 210 W. Cheltenham ave,, July 9. 19o5. MARY A. (nee Land-heir 1, wife of the late John F. Fluehr, Sr., In her SOih year, motner of Mr Int. Rosedale Memorial Park, Friends' itimf .rii dud, alio, f r m. MeCOY.-Of Ocean City, N. J fP. merly of Sharon Hill, Pa.. July 8. I9(a CHARLES L , husband of Naomi (nrt Crnmplonl. Relatives and Mends are, .""-u . n in.. 1,11,11., 11 m,, Mfl. f.AHF.T MAltY (nee Delane.vi wife of C aiisland Funeral Home. 20e S. Cvi'estVr v. iimiics n, in icsnHrn, 01 m iiiarpip j piKp, uienoiopn, t'a. mi, Glenwnod Me- m-imiYpa auui intinni utiruens. rrienaa may call Kun . T A I D t " 90 I'llll.MH l.l'IIIA (t hrsinul ,t.i Inrs t.vnn anrl Karnn a hrolh- lllcll Tide A. M. 11: X I'. M.I . , lo.i low Ttrie 7 01 a m. 7:(8 p. M, er and a sister. 68 dfi.awarf. mil akwaii it Spfvieps will he held at 11 II, ell Tl.l, --7:1' A.M. 7 : 1 P. M 3CI 1CCS Will OC 111 IU H 11 siiLow Tide i n a m. i' 52 p. m.iA. M. Monday in the Haiganan iinh 1VL Ztl'"? Imp. m.! funeral home, 930 S. 48th st, Mi Low Tide A. M L' OI P M 76: ATLANTIC C I I V ISIffl Pierl Uilliah Tide 5:50 A. ,M. 6:16 P. M 245, Low Tide II 43 A M P. M knots Saturday morning with !;::!:?::; "Zun 1 llicher Clists. Winds diminishing 1 Total precipitation since July I I. Ill bi:A( II HAVKN (l.llllp Mr Harhnri vT, iM n-.rinw Ssifiir.iT'X'' pi ec'Pitatior, since Jan. 1 13.34 High Tide I 0J A. M. J:2J P. M .niutun.T infill, v.v...... : Iielli'IPnc.V since jail. 1 7.04 Low Tide .':!7 A. M. flat, nio-ht Viihililv flhnut five! Raromelrip Pressure- ( A. M , 29 96,1 RARNDdAT IM.I T ' iRising: 12 Noon, 29 96. Slesdyi t P. M miles. I.'9 86. Falhnt. IV r . hi lliah Tide 5:5 A. M. 6 22 P. M Low Tide 1157 A. M. P. M TjV Weather for Saturday Vt lated on Official Foreeofti LEGIND .C'j V (J O WT k&A notiOY PAur fAH : "; J$ WWWU' CIOU0Y A f NfWtLtANS J SN0WHH HA1N V( WMI STATIC WIND ' "S -'S v 1 CCHD S3g WIM':' r1TnS4S iJ.(i Sith ii prmii'l, IooiiUi wkiSc, J"(Hon flflW4 mit.lti fox ut pttiwt, unU't'Mt wtilkti, iiffcfiM Jil ! awrtaicai ff J T7 ""el Me1 i' FRONT ii Iwwri dounaW fl mat mi STATIC WONT Of BABOMITH n m lSl amli mivttH,, vi.r ktJ matf John Pohley. 2 Dog Dealers Campbell Planning Draw $20 Fines Expansion in Camden Burial will be in Arlington Cemetery, Drcxel Hill. MOTHER MARY CLAUDE. Mr. Synnestvedt served many years as a trustee of the Bryn Athyn Cathedral. He was on the board of directors of the Gen eral Church of the New Jerusa lem, the international body which has its episcopal scat in Bryn Athyn, and held member ship on the Corporation of the the former Mary Mackin, of Philadelphia, died Friday at the Convent of the Holy Child in Sharon Hill. She was 68 and had joined the Society of the Holy Child in 1919. She had taught for several years at Sharon Academy, and also at the Holy Child School in Drcxel Hill. Most recently, she taught ificnt for two terms at St. Leonard s Academy, 39th and Chestnut sts. Surviving arc her brother, William; and three sisters, Mrs. Thomas Coyne, Academy of the New Church, also referred to as Bryn Athyn Academy, He was a member of the Union League, the American Bar Association, the American Patent Law Association, and the Philadelphia Patent Law As sociation of which he was pies SERVICE O.N SUNDAY lie is survived by his wife, the former Gertrude Tafel; two whiskies at a plant at 2d and Arch sts., and this evolved into the Kasser Distillers Products Corp., one of America's largest independent purveyors of distilled liquors. Among the corporation's leading brands are Kasser's "51" blended whisky, Dunhill Scotch, Kasser's gin, a vodka brand, King's California wines, Barrister Scotch, King Solomon con- DAir1 rr to r iim'ha AT rnrirf i' a m Klnrl .,Ut Kkn Slrlhl l'. ?.".!! ,me,,"J";.r,..of- "iL..0i:"ni":!t"l,;S"nii:V" !!.!: rrnwood Cem, u.v ..us.u ii'""'vi u.. ..,., nuns ni which sue 11.13 a nicmm i si ci ovu. e.e, aiicr I, rve Four Queens blended whiskv!,luilcd '""oral tups., 9 a. m., ati 1C, l oui wuccis oitnuLU wuibhy (iver Bail.,6 18,0 chcstm,t ttt MifiNor.NA.-.luiv 8 1965 roNrrrra and many Others'. Solemn Hcmicm Mass at M. Athana- (C(. credicoi o 'P6 Aspph Tt wirtiw slus I hurch. at II A. M. nt. llolyl0f Pasqualc molhpi" nf j?hi SEVERAL LODGES Sepulchre cm. Friends may call Mon.. 1 .d.mOr.S,ni ttlMSi 17 to 9 P. M, In lieu of flowers conlnhu- fi-ends inviinrt .i, ..""' Mr. Kasser Was a member, '','"' l? ." Mra. John F. Fluehr. Sr. j .10 a. M.. from Bald) Funeral Home! iipiniii i puni ii ucg.ii uiuii lui- hu a. Broad st. Solemn Requiem lege l.anewuuui is. .. wuuiu ue ai'i'ic dated. MpCLAIN.-JAMES .7., July 7 it nelatlves and friends invited tn funeral Mon., 8 A. M.. Jos. Kavalsuskas Funeral Home, 1601 S. 2d st. Solemn Requiem Mass, I'hurph of the Sacred Heart, A. M. Vlewinj Sun. vi. MARTINSON. On July 7, , of Jlai N. Lambert ,t. EMMA M. (neeSatorii.! wife of the late Oscar B. Martinson and beloved sister of Albert. Edith. Bertha Satorla and Mra. Vilma Hoae. man. Relatives, friends anil .... of Zlon Presbyterian Church and employee of Horn b Hardart are Invited to the service Mon.. 1 P. M., from th far ora of Harold B. Mulllaan, na w. Lehiah ave. Int. Ml Mri.k Friends are invited Sun. eve. Mlf HAEI. -HKnrtir FC ii a .... of 519 W. Olney ave.. beloved husband of the late Kollopl Michael. Relative ..,r,,ua niunu io tunerai service Mon., 12 noon, at VanSant rim.r.1 IJaniel J. Murphy, Jr.. sister of Rev. Home. 3027-29 N. Slh st. 1 p. M ..r. Stephen J. Landlicrr. C'.ss.R, Relatives,1 lee at St. John Albanian Church, 17th of Ashbourne Country Club, the Humbolt Masonic Lodge, Bar-borosa Lodge of the Knights of Phythias, and Pannonia Lodge. Surviving are his wife, the former Pauline Goldberg; three sons, Raymond H., Norman J KOV.-July . 1965. of Feasterville, Pa., HELEN luce Norris'. wile of the lale John R., mollier of Lawrence, Richard, Joseph, sister of Dorothy A. Norris. nelatlves and friends invited to funeral, Mon.. 8:J0 A. M., at the Lamb Funeral Home. 201 Rustleton Pike, Feasterville. Pa. Solemn Requiem ,. . t . ,, ;iass. in i. hi., ot. v in isiui'iici a and Victor I.; four daughters, irhurch. Int. Our Lady of Grace Cem. Mrs. Leon Shcctman, Mrs. Mor-;1,'riends m"y ta" Sun- eve- FrtAMK.-.Itil.v 8, 1965. PERCY T , sap ,SI- ,I:'l',"nl:', Xavler Church. It A. M. lnt Holy Cross Cem. View. Sun. MINSOy.-Of 5907 Old Richmond ave.. a1?1,. ,"lSON, former empinyr of Adplta Mfg. t o.. Phils. Services were held on July I In Richmond, Va. ris Epstein, Mrs. Miriam Sny der and Mrs. Marvin Shapero; a brother, Sigmund, and 20 grandchildren. 8t years, of 2S.'l Franklord avc., husband MINVON.-Sce Notice. MIGNOGNA Death . Ny K;-J'ily,. 1965. ER VIM r hut-hand of the ate (all, pi, n. i.i.i..,. of the laic Harriet W. mep Cranmcr) I Nacc i formerly of 1121 McKean si. ann lamer 01 narnci wimcrooiuuii. r-nna.i. itpi,-iiies anu friends are in. Relatives, friends and employes of I'hila delpliia Electric Co. arc invited to the cn..:.An ...111 U o.on TJ 11 liinerai services .min., I r ,i.. hi manual Services Will De at .M V. M. .nra Hump. S9 Frankfnrri ave. (al Sunday at Levinc'S, 7112 N.!1'ys,,n st-' Entombment Sunset Memorl-l?cnls Church. 10 A. M. lnt Holy Cross t ..,i(u K..inl : t. .1 r... .,., "kis id tunerai uiuou ai., Willi uuildi ill nuuoc sun eve viteri to funeral Mon.. 9;H a m f... neral Home of John Stretch. E. Kuala and St. Iicnis rds. (Oakmonti, Haver, town. Ilish Mass of Requiem in St. Veil Cemetery. i niUW -Of 7242 Lamport rd.. Upper I Darby, suddenly on July 9. 1965. H. RAY- ..p r. ,.i.T cTtiri:n tu,;v,(JNI) FRIDAY, Sr.. husband of May Ml . LRIVEST STAlULU, the Friday nee Grayson I. Services Tues., former Gilda Terzano, died Fri-'j' JX1 K.Jl'i' niaivi. luiai iiiuiiina iiv-, . . nanis, naillinor Mrs K.rtunril f'hnrmal anrl Mrs 'sons. Dr. Si2 SvnneStvedt. in-day in FrCSDyterian Hospital. Clilton HelllUs. Int. Arlinitlon Cem ....... ..... , ...... .... " . ' ni t t - - . i It' i enrit rttav i a V nil . 7 I ft 0 r M uuv ii ' vu m,i t i'i iiiiiviiawu vi . , structor in history at Bryn Athyn Cathedral Burial will be PKRCV T. FRAMIv, retired a Partner in the law firm; twodelphia, Mrs. Staigcr is sur daughters, Mrs. Hyland Johns, Jr., and Mrs. Geoffrey Childs, and 23 grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 4 P. M. Sunday in Bryn Hi-Nella. N. J. Born in Phila- Athyn Cathedra. Burial will be f yu ate, t taunrn fturnpi u hn cnpnnnik pH 1af .Taniinrv rliorl TTrirlQii in MRS. MAX PUSTIN. the for.ihpP hnmp W.r. 7 s Proposed cxpii chief of the paint and corrosion department of the Phila delphia Electric Co., died Thurs day at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Harriet Winterbottom, 33 Clovcrdale rd., Upper Darby. He was 83 and lived at 2821 Frankford ave. A chemist, he was graduated from Drexel Institute of Technology. Mr. Frame was associated with the electric company for 40 years until his retirement in 1949. He also is survived by two grandchildren. MRS. JOHN T. FORSYTHE, the former Mary Dougherty, died Thursday al Camden Coun ty General Hospital, Lakeland, .. J. She was 94 and lived at 316 Crest ave., Haddon Heights, N. J. Mrs. Forsythe, the widow of a fireman, was a former matron of the Philadelphia Fire Department. She was a member of the Third Order of St. Dominic. Surviving arc a son, land member of the Board ofiA,nne church, int. Holy sepulchre cem a iiinua in (Sir .nil ?uji cc home Sun., 7 to 9 P, M. PATRONE.-July . JOHN R of I9i Hoffman st., husband of Mary mee Mennai. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Mon., 8 30 A. M., from the A P. Imnato Funeral Home, 1522 S. Broad nt. Solpmn neutliem Mm.,. 10 A M c. Thomas Aquinas Church. Int. Holy Cross i-em. viewing sun., 7 lo 10 P. M. OOtDRFRG.-July . 1965, MAE, wife of Charles Goldberg, of 4J9 Broadway. I pi STIV -C.FRAT ntNF t,.i a . limsn. N .1 . mother of Richard finlri. I . . !. '.. .T . M. Il.er. sister of Anna Jacobs. Genre '. '. "' V.i""..'"-.,..n'wnn'V " vweu uy ner imsoanu; mreeISllim,el and Henry Goldoers. Funeral '" sons, Ernest W., Donald and1"'"-' i al ? ".MhU of mi" hwWM; r -j u ii . Berseh cr Funera I hape . 534 State inu.n m i iV J . David, a brother, five Sisters uni.way 8, Pennsauken, N. j I. Int. New iNMhin Bart'h anil Mr leon Rr hMni and five Crandchildren. Vcn Cem, Shiva will be observed at j Roosevelt. N J.Mr Sidney RaJii illl MRS. MORRIS J. KATZ, the .T'rlU' SfJ S utVnV Mr. Harry Barth. New York niv. Mm. 1 l. i.ae i iiomman, ot nieaia, ta. mer Geraldine Barth, died Thursday at Temple University Hospital. She was 41 and lived at 14 Parkview rd., Cheltenham, Melrose Park. Her husband operates a parking lot at 4th and Arch sts. She was a past financial secretary and treasurer of the Chestnut Hill-Germantown chapter of ORT. In addition to her husband, she is survived by two sons, Lance and Miles; her mother, Mrs. Mary Barth; four brothers and a sister. .. i....u 'tin'i.ii.. f;.- ir..i..j J all organizations with which she was crvices sun.. 11 A. M.. Heisman s 7' " "" " Broad Street Chapel. 2317 N. Broad at. Int. Mt. Sharon. C.RAF.-On July I. 1965. of 4H7 Shcl-mire St., Phila., Wli I.1AM ;., SR., hus- band of the late Mary nice Halleri was a member of Congregation Temple Menorah. Surviving areif,ra'- 1c,atis f.ri,"ds ."''"r," r T , ,to services Mon . II A. M., J. W. Dean a son, ur. Leunnra ratz inree'& son, 7900 oxford ave Fox Chase, sitters anrl a Firnthor onH t,.,n Phila. Int. Lawnvlew Cem. Viewing fiRAMI.KT.-On July 8. 1965. GUY C, JR., beloved husband of Sinionc tnee grandchildren. Died At KLET.-Of 2311 N. Mutter St., July funeral services on Sun., 11 A M. promptly, at Slillmans Memorial Chapel, 4.124 N. Broad st. Int. Montefiore Cem. Shiva will be observed at her late residence. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Chestnut Hill-Germantown Chapter of ORT. SFIC.KR.-Jul.v 8, 1965. CHARLES V., husband of Anna (nee Ollvierii. Relatives and friends are Invited to funeral Mon., 9 A. M.. from Cassizzi Funeral Home, 291317 E. Thompson st. Solemn 8. 1965. JOHN L.. beloved husband of 'he tami y, a so employes oi smiin. Carrie F. (nee Svkesi. 77 vr. I Kline It I-rcnch, Phila.. are invited to Relatives and friends are Invited in, attend the funeral services on Mon HIHI U! ailllOlIC ' liev s.,i..t... t., . , .J" . aae' 44 years. Relatives and friends oiln un' ele- attend funeral service Tues., 10 P. M at Hessinaer Funeral Home. 2013 F,. Susquehanna ave. (East of Front st.i. Int. U. S. National Cem., Beverly. N. J. Friends may call Mon. eve. tParUine on both aides of the street.) SHAMOW.-Jllly 9. SARAH J. (ne 12' Mellon i, formerly of S Union ave.. Rala. noon, at the Creran Funeral Home, 400! wile ol the late James P. and mother White Horse pike. Oaklyn. Int. U S.lof Bernard J., Cckewood, N. Y.i James Nalional Cem., Beverly. Friends mayj-l.. Carroll Park. Pa.: Thomas A., call Sun. eve. Verona, N. J.i Sara M., Haverford, Pa.i .... , IHIizabrth V. McCollum, formerly of (.IMIOl A (GRAZinNKl. Also know n iialu Fl,.al,, n. iml l, im,ri. i. Livllprf as Pop Yorkie, on July 7. 1965. of 4149. to attend the funeral from the W. A. AMIFRSON -mi Iiv9 10 RfiRKHT hv01" I1:;, J',SLr1,1 1 lusnand oj Moore Funeral Home. 7C8 Fayette St.. A of 24M Gaul st hushin 1 T of Pli h.'ih L1:mil? '"t.l Ciraaola. Relatives and c onshohocken, on Mon,. July 12. at i: JO M''wi;r n2i M- Hinh Mass of Keduiem, St. GEORGE G A R F I E L D,ved to-.fMo,C a7 m': b y'. Vyaii cOTWma . sJS: CLARKE, retired city employe SSiX9mtrt si: ! W Friend.' i!red VunU'.'ve Ueve- " ,he lun9r 1,ome- rtJ IUA TnnJ -t?1 Anna'. n.r,.l, I.si llnl C..ll, I' ' " ll.M vnansinn of the r.minbell Snun Cn. farilitios'James J.: a dauchtcr. Jlrs. Su-'Revision of Taxes for 38 years, Two western Pennsylvania an- r.ini . ,...:, i f,M. rn,.r.irni.,i rn.ich nnora. zanne C. Watson: 36 crandchil-'died Thursday at Einstein Med- imal dealers have been fined for tions was disclosed Friday by the company in a joint stale- dron and 72 great-grandchildren. Jcal Center He was 84 and keeping insufficient and improp-mont with Mayor Alfred R.i JOHN M. MVLET. SR., an in- Sal.a a meXr of an oM rr records of dog sales, it was Pierce. (I Militant surance broker, died ThursdayFrankfodr famiiyi owners and disclosed Friday. The new site acquisition is vyivi lat pp,. Hospital, Camden. Wrators of the W'averlv Mills MRS. JOHN F. -,i'i:ilR, Mr-,jlc1' who livcd al 17,Wayncja cotton processing plant. He ,. . , , i ivmiui-ii.i ;irtiuin'iu.i, v. U1111114.T. was a lormcr Kepuoircan torn 1 M.ny .. i.anu-i ....,,..1 m i ,,,, nn ,.,QB ... , Henry E. Sehaitlt. of the West- s,i llle discission stage, the HnnoiiiU'iMni'nt salt . If the project is given final;""- ,l,c u"mcr ern rennsylvania Humane Society, made the disclosure. The cases stemmed from investiga- approval a half block of Me morial avc, across from Camp- herr, died Y i nlay at German- Mason, a member of the Had-town Hospital. She was 79 and: donficld Rotary Club and a life lived at 2112 W. Cheltenham 'member of Gideon Internation- ,, 1,111.. 'al. He is survived by his wife, avc. Her a e husband was ., . ....... . ton LchiKh t'amtlcn C'itv Council has tin-!f .,. . , ., .. .I,ne '"''ncr .viargarei iicrosi, a iimi, ijinihiii fttllltilcr Of John V. Hi enr & .ai,i ,,,,. mk IIpIpii Frieksnn uler ennsnleration an ordinance,,.,,,,, ,., ,,:,.,,.. , i.io ,U ' ,11 u,cK:s?n' .... . v .... .. .., .... a li n. .Kinn ai . . t- a sisier andchildrcn. tions following the mysterious bell's general office building tlismnie .trance oi a net ilni from! will be closed lo traffic a family in Slatin county A dog of the same description reroute Ira ic in the area to w Su , avc. shp w 0 ; ;101 " of the missing one died later "H-mve the flow ot motor ye-1 , 'sil pnt ()f , ,ldirs A( , and (on. g.an tluring an experimental opera-;,na c"' instruction ()f s, Vm,mVft 0 h J VI'VM'IIV i lion in a New York hospital, pro "oms Tacony. a director of the lristimd .iioS ,., ,iirH vriv t Authorities said those tmedl c cn.ingc hi ine area irai-n.lh 9 ,,,. n, ,v,,. , ' " -.. " . L were William J. Miller, of Mc-j,lc Pern wmiui enaute the I'onnellsburs. and Jack Clark, Iwuipany to connect its office of Kveritt. The fines of $20 each!,n,1,tll "'e slU f H pro- Ml. : l i .. i .. i. : t:ri n..i. n ' . . . . i iiiiHiicipma nine i mo. Mir-, was 72. .Mr. Kennedy retired in viving is a daughter. Mrs. khu after 38 year's with the Daniel J, Murphy, Jr.. two fherrv-Bnrrell Corn.. Wavne. He were meted out by Justice of I1SI' construction on the east,"", ' u""",,u, "V '""""ry-Burreuiorp.. aync. ue brothers. ",,' ,! ' . , r! side of Memorial ave al,mL. ih, ,,,t,,h,,,'s' ,l,c ,!cv' ephen J.. was a graduate of St. Joseph's t he l'caee l'c.er C Mcllott, of o j'tmoual avc. alon,, tlu i . s s R ()f S 0 j f . c ejadlcge and a veteran of the MRS. A NT I MicoiiiieiiMHiig. m c Church, Hiamond and Hancock First World War. Survivini arcjVOGLIO, wife mitteeman in the 38th ward. Surviving is his wife, Amanda B. HERMAN J. COHEN, owner of the J. B. N. Sales Co., auctioneers, 5707 Warrington ave., died Friday at Misericordia Hospital. He was 56 and livd at 5707 Warrington ave. Mr. Cohen was a member of Pannonia Beneficial Association and of Congregation Beth Am Israel. Surviving are his wife, the former Faye Singer; two sons, Burton J. and Neil C, and three brothers. HAl'GMNFY.-July 7. 1965. I.a Granse, SHtlil.DS.-Suddcnly on July I, 165. Illinois, JOHN J., of ru2 K. Jamestown JAMEa II. husband of I-etitia H. (nee AZEMAR. July 1, 15. of 737 Monroe husband of Bertiia llauuhney (nee: Ilcgarly I, of 515 Tatnall ave., Glenolden, ave., Ardslcy, Fa. KDWARD A, hus- lewisi. Reliitivcs and friends are in-, Ha., and brother ot Sr. Hose .Madeline, band of the late Elizabeth tllsun and viteri to funecl Mm. 9 A. M.. h.i I. H. M and Mrs. James Grate, of father of Edward I). Azetnar and Hetty' Funeral Home. 263 Hermitage st. Snl- Chester. Ha. Relatives, friends and Marie Knott. Relatives and friends in. dun Requiem Mass, I hmeh of St. John, Holy Name Society, are invited to vited lo services Mon.. 10 A. M. Thles.the Batpist, 10 A. M. Int. Calvary Cem. I attend his funeral Mon , 9 A. M,, Cava Funeral Home, 124 N. Eastnn rd.. Glen- Friends may call Sun. eve side, r-a. int. Ivy Hill Cem. f riends may call Sun. eve. BALIS.-July I. 1965. MAURICE, hus band of Pearl (nee Charncyi, of the till. SHKR. -July 9, 1965. LOUISA C. (nee Rrehmi, widow of Robert llilsher. of 7112 Germantown ave. Relatives and friends are united lo service ivion.. u .. . .,!::.;'' ..- .. - A M . at the I'.vfe & Rovd Funeral Home, mainii npis., oooo iiu'lii n'.. ri.,iin v Inl Ml Vermin' r " "' I'OO' llrtrs, nil. st lather of Jonas, Irvin and Julesl" w'f.u""'! , 1 i11'"11 ' s,r'1' ' Picifin nauah funeral Home, 301 Chester pike, Norwood. Soienin Requiem Mass, 10 A. M., St. tiabricl's Church, Int. Immaculate Heart Cem. Friends may call Sun. eve., 7 to 9:30. SHIFItKN.-Jul.v 9. 1965. HYMAN, hus- Balls, brother of Harry and John Balls ave., Atlantic City, N. J., father of Mr. and Moll.ve Glieki also survived li.v 5 HCSICK. July 9. 1'65. RAY fnec' Robert Shifren, brother of Mrs. Id aranr e hi dren and one ereat-flranr chl (...,,. .i um iu ...,nH Li ,. i(n I Relatives and frlcuus are inviied to:( ,h. ial'e ,i(enh lliisiclt, mother ofi sen ices sun., u noon. Joscpn i.evinei Kdward J. Huslrk. sister ot Samuel It Son Memorial Chapel, N. Broad st. above 71st die. Int. Ivor linvi-1 Me- morial Park. Family "ill return to 1211 Susquehanna rd., Rydat, Pa. BAVIIVOUI.IO.-On July I. 1965, F.S- ThL'uA M., beloved wife of Anihony Wiseman i alfo survived by 1 grandson and 2 sreatsrandchildren. Services Sun.. 10:30 A. M. precisely, at Rosenberg's & Raphael Sacks, 4720 N. Broad st. Int. liar Nebo Cem. JI lKiF.-July J. 1965. of 3551 K. In- .?"A,rt. 12i. S. 'tSor River P .m'."'? KIJGKNK F.. SR., husbaiK aPnCdn" nfnd ' a're ttlterl'funera l'.v? nl frlemla. also II Name So-on Tues at -w a M st The inseiih ' et.v and Second Alleaheny H&I. aic A" JSS"iwVJ V0 Fal c'o" Funeifl Home j Invited to attend Ihe funera A Mon 9 45 emn iicquiem mass, at io A. "l., in ., . m,h.iiu hvm (-imi-i-h int. New Cathedral Cem. Viewing Sun. Bomb Suspected In Plane Disaster died Monday in the University of Florida Hospital, liainesvillc, lUuincil calls for extension SI Milllr I D.n 1. 1, ..I '..lock from Line st. to l'ine st.:?,,r8- 3a'v V' UwvM nd Annc jwherc it would intersect l'riii , ; a,ul Kiandchildrcn. icess avc. I Line st. wool v.v.sawuv t.n. t). v., ..my ;i w;(v t,m-0Uj.,f;-e , ,-0u,vt. 1 1 ri i. Auinoriiie.s on r ntiay iranic congestion on rnncess ,1, P,' , , , Til. I 11..... .1 I -,f ... I seicu an iiigm insurance ami""-- " ' "ll auoui S, .. a ... ..... , , iM ... all records connected with Z" t Canatlian Facific lK'til! airliucri 'u , ". i. ;,.,, i 1 1 niiadclpnian, Mrs. Oreen was a . ,.,,1. OHM .I'VHM-Sllll-ll ,...,1,,,., - f , I. thai evnltoletl ami tr;islie,l f..,. tl, ,. ...i.i ..i iMtUUiatC of the Deaconess Thurs lives, anion prolied by investigators A senior officer of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police sail the investigators were leaninc heavily toward "the bomb theory." I Department of Transport offi cials impounded all (light insur ancc, cargo manifestos, mainte ANTHONY J. BANT1- isf II, n i-iir. Mi'rtc. ' in, l iv-s, una- . , , , ,A t n. 11 . ... - llll'll HI lUlltTI HI W 1 IT! .-Mill.. IU HI SIS., Ullll Dr. LlliirlCS 1..; three (WO brothers, John J. and Joscplllldcnt Of several scrap mctal!nreclseb'. "Goldsteins'," U10 N. Broad (at Aramingo ave. i. Rrnulcm Mass, t. sisters. Mrs I.nnisr llnrU on.I a wivlne Sl.r iPnmnani in Ihn ram,ln.Phil,.l"- '" Har Zlon Cem. J.Iohn Cantlus Church, 9 A. M. Viewing a .. . . -' " ""s ...j. S....1...S,. . ...io- Sun. eve. tlclphia area, died Thursday inL br Nn.-on July s. 1965. touis it.. .,,.,..,,... ,1v . I)n Kn. MltS. AI.BKRT A. JACKSON.i rcmpIc University Hospital. iT.W'ni?. & oi' nVvv! warm! oow ! c"n ,v"'- widow of Ihe former board, The former KstelU M. RleoS !'""'.' :r.-i :?".: '.'. ,ti'lT'VLhr!' .'vSE become a two ' , MltS' Ror,ER nKKNK, chairman of tiirard Trust Co.. she was 62 anil lived at Cooper " years: Relative and "friend ot K-cn. 8711. Kurt end .ion iteiatives 111 1 nine X 1 wo- . , f,, ,.,., 1 .. 1 . ... .. . . . r V 1 tie ramiiv. il.n emuinv ol HarbiNiins and friends are iiuitcd to the tUIICIal ,..''"" " " fliutliiin. jtllOU rilliay at ner Home, lUl 1. lilVCl" Plaza, I'cniisaukcn, N. J . lilrici are Invited To tend t he lu-lservlt-es Mon., 11 A. M.. at the All.shan 8:30 A. .1.. In I lie! liaisaian runciai imiiu-. y.m . j Sai kman. also survived by 1 aranddauah. tcr, Susan Rcnatives and friends and members of Boslovcr Ahavas Aehim Bcl.er Association are invited to funeral services, Sun., 11:30 A. M. precisely, "Goldsteins' " 6410 N. Broad st. Int. Har Ion Cem. Shiva will be observed at 7713-B Wagner Way, Elklna Park, Pa, S.MITH.-Jul.v 9. 1965, HAROr.IJ t,., husband of Elizabeth Smith, of 2607 Harding ave.. Broomall. Pa. Services and int. at the convenience of the family. STAIC.KR.-Of HINella. N. J former, ly of Phila., on July 9. 19o5. Gil. DA M. i nee Terzano i, wile of Ernest. F'uneral Mon., J:.iO A. M.. from the Danks Home for Funerals, White Horse pike, Laurel .Springs, N. J. Hish Requiem Alass, 9:j0 A. M . Our Lady of Grace Church, Somerdale. Int. Gate of Heaven Cem. Friends may call Sun. evening. Christ The Kins: Church, Hopkins and Wnnil lano. 11 :ir)HnnHflH. N .1. In! I al. vary Cem.. Cherry Hill Two. Friends. cv0- may call Mon. aft. 7 P. M. Parking onj j R(li:i,FWI( Z.-July I. 1965. HELEN premises. it nee Koanskai. of 4637 Milnor si., be- 'loved wife of Michael, dear mother of BFOIR. July 9, 1965. REGIP. husband, Bernard, also survived by 2 grandchil-i nf V.iiiiIa l an K..minl I.11Q llikll.t. .1 LiAn,l. n. r.-in.-.l- .n,l nnilihm- Sun aic. Relatives and fiientla are in- invited lo funeral Mon..' 8 A. M Walczak' s'r Ni,f',?f, Stt Vcent st., July Funeral Hume. 2391-93 E. Orthodox st.i'. ""in n: nusoana 01 nnna r. ...naiHL- uirc v. V Ulllllll l, HO IHtlier 0 John II., Jr., and Frank A. Stanxe, and Mrs. Emily Pen-one, In his 72d year Relatives and friends Invited to fu,?eral Mon., 8 30 A M.. from The Fluehr tunerai Home, 3301-15 Col (man ave. Solemn Requiem Mass, ( hurch of Our Lady of Hansom. 10 A. M. Int. Our Lady of Grace Cem. Friends may call Sun. eve. JU...M ..unic dt,i,e, M r ,,u,ive am spokesmen1 ", 7", l exploileil and crashed for the company s,,id selection.;' ' h e rsilav with the los, of 52 of the site for future expansion !1 ''T'T U,:'IVh , Sabotage by bomb was - "a ,ahle dcnjona.r.tjonj ,S the possible causes bci.i, 7 (iravers lane. The former LllCV.Snrvivinn hniHic line Imclsgnrl neral on Mon , ,,. .1 n. . V :" ' Schctter K. Hlllllll'U.S, MIC W ill. survived by four nephew s. ..--....I ii - in s , 1 I nt Ai'liuatnn (em. ,, ,, , nt ,-i .-ii nv-vii i i uncial iiuiiii-, j:n ,11,1; iimi - - - lamnclls, she was 91. She is arc two sisters. Mrs. Mae Dom- pike iRoute 70l cherry inn. n. j. sun. afier 7 o0 p. m Ihemncl! M.-.- p uu- 'nequicm tnsn Mass will oe c Meniate.i v ,lv , s WItlFI.. hus. ...u .u.a. wiuive ikiiiii. a 9:30 A. M., in Queen ol Heaven . "; ' p "-, ' T- MhT-riiT of Tin Deaths Elsewhere (n..srnus i,i v muuni s finiinill j vi ,',.n I iv,,ll l ic stability and future srowth."!, ' " ",,u Neil Carothers, 80, retired ccon-, ftav Hoover. ,'Jomist and writer, in AniiandalcJpi.csi(cnt for pant aild cnginccr. ins of the Western Union Tele- i hurch. Int. in t alvary I eni., (heiryi! mil. rriends may call on Sr.n. eve. Norman and Victor I Kasser, Bernice I Sheclitinaii, Rosalyn Epstein. Miriam Bi t K.-On July 8. NAOMI A. (nee'snyder and Shirley Shapero. brother of Si'heci'i, beloved wife nf Charles E.jtiismund Kasser. also survived by X Buck and mother of Elaine Bo.ver. Itcl-j -andchilriren. Relatives and friends are stiv es and fi-ienrls. alsn menvhers nf ,,n.t l . in P t retired Vice Johnson Memorial Methodist Church jnseph l.cvinc and" Son ' Memorial are invuea to services mon.. at iu t'liapcls, N. Broad st. above 71st ave. A. M.. at her laic residence. 3J33 Lons-h,,, Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family shore av e. Entombment Sunset Me- wj rn l0 ,he Ule residence, lliindly morial Park. I- riends may call Sun. ..., ii,.01., i ev. at the residence. onm ll0WEr'' I KATZ. -July 9. 19tv5. REBECCA (nee CAMPANA.-July 8, CONCETTV rte-1 lalo Morris .1 Kan, mother of Or. Leon-V1TO. Beloved wile ol Saivatme, mother Kilter i, of 3"9 Teesdale at., wile ot the of Lincoln Ci8ar Co. for tio ycats,! assistant professor of ccoiwinicsjion, liaison officer with the .M-iirr0ritiTM 1T MeH (tnvisi-niviisnte in-ii.r. n. c - i.uis. .inia .-.mii. is si rinuciiiiin 1-11, o ( tteien 1 asiun aim m-uiian rstiici. siso ..... v"i"M"sio munis ti"-' ovc- sreai-grandrnildren, ol 1735 S. Uth st. survived by 2 grandchildren, Siervices STROVGE.-.Iul.v 8. of 1219 N. th .t . Friends may caii J;"'11' '" Mcl .aughlln ., wife un.n.a ... I1CIH1I1CJ 11111 friends invited to funeral Mon., J:45 A. M., from John J. Br.vers, 2741-41 W. Allegheny ave. Solemn Requiem Mass, Corpus Christ! Church, 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Sun. eve. Va. nalivp nf Phaltflniim'a Tciuv. he was a graduate " of S''allh Co'i al vvlli" Stone, Va M.U'RKT, ItAl.lS, president : Princeton University and was an! Mr. Hoover was communica Truck Kills Youth N I 1 M M VM -J .J.I t ..C I f" ss a .....s...,o V. TT aiMIIU Uf IXUaU UOspUiU. MO WasJU aiUl IlVt-J at,M111 ullu ws ui au- anc orUi War. Ill this cmaritV nrlH,hC!i flnd fiends are Invited to sun.. 1. noon preciel.v. at Ro.senherg's ' 1,','f.t M..41.. i . ii. itditiinc otid niton ni tni a opo . iiinrra 31011.. 11 a. m. rom 1 .t?nnfi icd lliurMlay in lierniantown"'1 11,0 uni Cisity in 19:3. Siu'i'd! to The Inquirer HUM McCalhnn st. He wa a 'mimics and dean of the College i, i Mason. Survivins arc his wife, 01 business Anminisirauon uimi R, TIFFANV.-Of Lansdslc, Pa, July , HAROLD B.. SR.. husband of Vyvlan W. Tiffany (nee Weldncri. Servires and int. pvt. on Mon. at the Shelly Funeral Home, Lansdale, Pa. Viewing Sun, eve, VIGr.lANO.-s.NGEI.lNA (nee Arbia wife ol the lale Anthony, mother ol John, Rita. Mrs. F.liiabeth Slclllann, Mrs. Josephine Armando, Mrs. Phyllis: Cosello and Mrs. Frances Vitullo. Relatives and friends are Invited to funeral Mon., :,10 A. M.. from Leonettl funeral Home. Inc.. N. E. cor. Broad and Wolf sts Solemn Requiem Mass. 10 A. M.. Stella Maris Church. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Sun. eve. Parkin! on premises. WILLIAM. -July 7. 1965. of 3.14 Wal nut st.. Jenkintown, Pa,, HARRY, SR., I .. , n I.-., C-..1.. i-SA It! Unn . I.I , -rt, ,,,,.,.,(. J rv - i . .'"! .v ... i.i iiuui ..vi.iiv.ii. Bmi napiiaci aaii.-iv ... ..man ni, mi. aCCOIlipanlCa President Huneral Home, N F.. cor. Hroad and! i,.iii..iiiii- rem. Family w ill be at t Koosevelt tn hi Onrhnn mnalmn''0''. .- l?mn Requiem Mass, tl:MMainhridge Lane, Willlngboro. N. J. In M lUHIKMH Ri!. July ! A le tormer Pearl i hai ncv : three nls iciiiemcm in ivn: .vi,i. prim Minutoe WiI)nn i. um. w. s,,,,. .".t tD ii!1.'.!'...' '.'IT'!, k. h1 . Vh'.Vi.. -rlhusband of the late Margaret m. wii i. i i s- 1..1 .i. ......... T. ...... i....: j i..i........ Mi- l 'fli-rvf vnri wo tin Aiirntil' .... (Psrkina on orMiisos i j nisms vnee i.yooni. lie ativea and nance lecorus aim passciiKCi uimi .ni ihki.miik s joutii as .nui.i, miiin.s, u i in tt.iu jiui, ivvo - - ciUllClllll. me oonui a vuuu. 'friends Invited to funeral Met., J A. M., is K im a viii - M Kntliiv hv a l oilers a sise" live crani " ii-uiiiiiiiii a .-. . uu uiu, i ,,. t, r,.-..:.i... r ( tuiKV .In v . it.c. iipbmw t ki .rvnKR.-Sut den y. Ju .v 7. i5, at'.insrpn j iiiruoiancK runi-'ri -. .' .... o ... . . , .is n n.i nun . t.e uv.ll lllltlM- t tlHFN.-Julv 9. lv. Herman J..I KI.l'NnER.-Suddenl.v. July 7. 1965. ath'oseph J MrOoldrick Funeral Home. ' . ... . . . i.... ..in. lv.--IV.Vlll IWVI.st:- .... . . . ..- ... -. ...... ..- .....-..-r. 1.... h.'Wn.t -va -nrl . r.Ht.lH, i. ;i... -.. i ii... . ..in. ,. v t,...n i i ....... i.i, ii. i ieten.iv urttinit ami sneaK ic .. ... .... . . nusoana ot r aye mee Mnger i. oi s,u new voir v uy, rv. itslidh, iiu . iywN. iiauui'iiiiiin n. ue vvimu "nil sniiv'isii niiu viivoiisi'iiniviiHi. '. "veil wnen lie Oiea at Warm .'Warrington ave.. father of Ruiton .1 of Clara H Klunder (nee Heraesheimeri, a companion alonj; Interstate 80. - : on economic suhjects in We Springs, Ga.. April 12, 1945. lltV i..y.br..0' "rl.." .2;Bu,fnT.Sn0Vt' Creek Inter-! JOHN It. PATUOMC, a for- 1930s. a i i nv AUTO VICTim UieS, mar Marshalls icnanjje. ,ci van .v. .cison. jr .u, oi nay at his nome. i:m lion , . .,, ...lir. Af fur. uuon. 'rjn 1 s... .J , si 11., ..... .n c :..:...'"- " ' , .vn.s 1'u'ni.iH.v uv.i.1 m "''. s-ivu in ins .,,. Pi.-.i,.,, j,., I Mr. Ham- Mr. Hoover retired in 1961 i "'"l members of Pannonia B.A. arc In- services Mon.. 2 P. M., Kirk t Nice, In Coma 45 Day mer Citv eiiinlnvp .ti.vt ri,,,r. . - T" . . 'aftnr At .r -!.K .l ln services Sun, 1 P. M.. Joseph S01 l.crman own av in -MiNsiaeiem. - - -.(-.-.. ....... i nmwliirp liarke. si it- n lias 1 .-sm. ., h.i "lavcm .evine a.- son Meniot-ia I'mne. N'ln neu ot tuiwers, piease senu cunui Broad above 71st ave Int. Mt. Sharon buttons to the Salvation Army. Friends Cem. Family will return to the Cohen may call Sun. eve. I . residence. 12 Red Rowen lane, Fum-I , . nt Mmi, ,. . iiv rjui.j Mri..... ati 1 mith MMiin. p. l,s lOLA.-nf U09 Morris st on juiyi """in I'luiiimri iiviii oo,; - - ;t. lotvs. MARIA A , wife of tne late Jo- Serial tn Tho hmuivrr llhc His companion, John are his wife, the former Mary s t-. in Kansas Citv - ' IK- Lesomc, Jr.. was unhurt. Menna; two dauchters. Chris- , .... M. r,,man former president of the National! cot ARFRiitNo-Suddeniy. Stnto n,i 1 (. i n.it f nil t in frnek line ami r li nh.vf h Line hr.Ml.. . " . . ' . "!. n'r r. rumtw Friends may call Sun. eve. iParkinl facilities.) WISHVKFSKT tWISH).-,Tuly 9, SAM. CEL. 1037 Camla Dr.. beloved husband of Vetta mee Hnthstrin). dear father of Jack and Pavid Wish, son of Morris and Golda Wish, brother of Mrs. Ted iFael Vesner and Mrs. Harold (Edith) Shapiro. Relatives and friends are invited to services Sun , 2:45 P. M., from July a. LANCASTER, l'a Hodncy Lee Hasan, owingo, Md., who earned consciousness trom injuries suffered in an automobile accident near here on May 13, died Friday niiiht in Lancaster General Hospital were both battcrv commanders Surety Co. of New York and rc-iyee Kicinsko, beloved ite of nair tlf I 'rtn. ' i i, , :.. i ... t .. r..l..l. ...,i . ui-ner as narry i.inuncr, .w, oi vi.-, iv.tiu, .iiuioiiy, Jose on , n, -t-.n, if,., n,.ici,,n in .-..j ... ...... "n ",lin" ' naipn. .o..rhh. , a. m never rr- n n -i w ...... nH Pnlv.stt- en .,t, t v " " ""-i"'.' urcu e.ccutn c vice prcsuic ni oi " nemse. ot ,vno vraminao ave. mcis- .j, ,,v iii vn ii U.IJ. j, MOSCOW. ana hOOCIt, and a Sister, Mrs. th Kirt Wnrlrl IVsr Me MirU .i.. v..: i c ... ,s lives, friends and members ol Fraler-f rlcnd n,,y c 1 Mildred I.on?i . , , . ., imp .ui.iiii ouu-ij s.uiJ., at nal Order of Police are inMled to fu- LoHWIFSFR.- ,,.,v scph LaViola Relatives and friends are the Reisman North Broad Street Chapel, invited to the funeral on lues., 1:30 2.U7 N. Broad st. Int. Montefiore Cem. M , Oliver H. Bair's. 1K0 chestnut; Shiva observed at 1609 Couma road. "1 i . a k -1 ..... D t turn Ct VtrsVinla. coiiimanded Battery C of the pass Christian, Miss. I.tr ...h ,..,V , 1 n.iV, m'M. Solemn Requiem Mass, M. Mcholasi '. --v- '"s ' . - ' ."-'k.., in A M lnt Kn V t rnss rem call Mon. eve., 710. LOHWIFSFR.-On July 7. 19t5. :neral Mon.. 7:30 A. M. from the l) ;Faraminaa Funeral Home. 2.i.!9 K. " J i FMiFl.HFR T. husbnnii of Anna, of WITTORF.-Juty I. 19, of 1730 . Ednewood at., Gt S, beloved husband of Alma Wittorf tnee Mendei). Relatives and friends Invited to funeral serMeea Alle- uifl tAi-iten ave.. Pensauken. N J.. be.:;-. IllCn 1 .. I . .. .1 V r. .S . I Vlr. 1 D1VORCI-: SIT I'S unciN ! . -in Held Artillery, while .Mr. Mr. Allen was born in Winona, then,- ave iror Aram nio'a'e FlameS Ki Seven: IrUm8n h8d Ba,,Cry jMinn.. and in earlier year was t n? uvi ty 'r'v'Si & ,r. '5. A' Rarneti. Mary KilvvNiil. Ji Si'hvvarU. Ch.vlhs Mon. mornlnK. 10 30 o'clock. Thomas Resaan runeral Home. Ud and Chester ave. Int. Femwood Cem. 'sst ov . Rao an viae nxosiwr in lli.s! .Menus. Htli. M'tto n Oonna Mane ....,h.i, " I'l -st.vi in i,,v i.vniHii vtltiis vs I. eon car t riven hv YA'avne irlink i 'aliiitirl. lusei'ii V . , i, ,. .,,'. , , ' 1'eilen. Richard I. 10, til l ruin ndliuill. l,lRMfl Mars ennnti' u linn it hit tliA al.iil ' ' '. ' " "" . "l Hanslcv. Clementine llsibei llicnt 01 a Dl'ldSC (in HOUte 2--,' James H or James 1 osier. nine miles south of here. Dr. V,'nhlm"n" Mi" C",m' " Parents Survive alter t:A. Catherine Pilklnslon. N'lrainia vs. Jan is H, l.toseph A. and Irank V. Falco luneral Home, tsMVI N. Brovvnine rd , Penn- Hetnei Memorial park. (Is may call Sun, after on premises ) Hubert Clime, Lancaster countvi 'i"'"'r". oms c. v. plant. .,' -, ! Ktown, e'-incr vs Odell. crooner, said death was caused! ;eriti. Fimeme vs Norman hv a fraelni-e nf tlvo atnll ..r,(l. tunic Cathenne v i. James lAlvln. in .. . . - .. . jhc naranowsKi. so, cucu iasi,jn Arkansas. He was in the real April ivy president Johnson e5!ae and insurance business in c lR.MK!, -;'u!-r . altfr ",Uken. mt.' Beth JKRSFVVHIF ill llv 2,U,P Phca' before going to New .?"no, V' f-T'M?, '(AIM -Seven .leeoinc ch k ren 1-7 ,, "l """""-', York in 1926. -Pr;,eri. Vh,rVh'Tewm.''Vm'-V M.rKFsr.tr.-of n. Howard st. v.vi i. .-ii x. ii Miti'inj, rnuuien ka, liw. t j-s p m . t .,. ,,IB.h im .ii 7. ie. will am n.. teiove,i hus. . the oldest 10 years old died Mr ft si-! ..U.. nm-.L Stantov V. Ilall. Al u-hn rftireH Mon.. A. M Siloam Cem., Vlneland! hand ot Ihe late Mary (nee B.ucevi J0 early Friday in a fire at their a, the lc Mf;. Co., had re- in 1963 as campaign director for' '' WM.tSti VlriiieVS-. r'irZZZZ home in Jerseyulle. The par- ceived several awards for his the National Conference of' .V?i': T, vM-..'i. "S"'':.ru?fl!!!2, .'JT-, e.f. .tL'-i i! cuts, .Mr. and Mrs. Paul .1. latil, physical fitness work with Christians and Jews, at Marbie- lu? Moms t.. rmia. Repounc si i i;i- ot From t. int. Oakland cem Frietwi.; Mimoram Noi;e ehen LOeutt AS A HELPFUL GUIDE to those who with to remember iheir loved enes with an In Memoriam notice in the Inquire' we iwcre the only survivors. I.Mishawaka youth. Ihcad, Mass, versa! Chapels. 1 etnston ave. and Ud may esll Sun. eve. vParkini on boih St., N Y until Mon., t A. M. I sides of t!i street ) 1 3-5000. The charg. si only 60c lino. 4

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