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t 22 a b d h THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 14. 1966 jLitv-fr - u: x-titok-mrt'-YTto -ifitftffft ftstote fiitrWi i " fr i "fa1 1 l!m " m WtfrJhflif trait. Tft if fojiWttfr a .w.trf .vfar. eh . . i OFFICIAL FORECASTS ! P h iladelphia and iiinity: Gradually clear- , ing, windy and colder Friday, with northwest winds 15 to 25 miles per hour. Low in the low 20s and a hash in the middle 30s. Fair and not so cold Saturday. Precipitation probability 10 to 20 percert bothi days. Eastern Pennsylvania: Partly cloudy, breezy and cold Friday with some snow flurries. Clear and cold Friday night and Satur-day. New Jersey: Partly rloudy, breezy and cold Friday, becom ing fair in the afternoon. Fair and continued cold Friday night and Saturday. Delaware, Maryland and Pis trict of Columbia and vicinity: Partly cloudy and a little warm er Friday. Partly cloudy and somewhat colder Saturday New York City: Fair, breezy and cold Friday. Fair and con tinued cold Friday nig 'it and Saturday. Cape May to Block Island: Northeasterly winds from 15 tojJJ00" rmni 4 PM 20 knots Friday in partly cloudy but clearing weather wi'.h visibility 5 miles or more. fiX Weather for Friday v25Hli ..jjt n. iastd on Official Forecasts Jfff SEAt.V ' ' " i "H"? T-Tft00 . I L J C -Philadelphia SAN FRANCISCO nH y T7si Vft?'" '' II LOS ANGELES . A - Ty lliini A'M V ( "'000 MIAMI STATK-si- WINDtsaaV' oVN " ' K&J COiO gas WAtJA ssssassai J " flfJA5 injicttti hifh tit art Mure, IsmtWt wittktr, iftclun rfcif oaf t pttaurt, vnhiwMt fflhtt, dutOiem Vy'f of morrmtnt nd tf'tJ &j Kill tnJ iaeeW FRONT H formuJ urfy . mui r STATIC FtONT or BAROMETER $ m tkt m,m9, t,nJh, lJ eir I Light Snow Hits City, Glazes Roads in Area Continued from First Page ... ... , , . . iC" VUi 111 suauereu areas as lempcrauires remained cold and there was ugni clearing inursaay nigni.j iuu?u., """"8 uiycia- tures in the city fell to 13 de - grees, making it the coldest dayj of the season. But as the day;to recoup from a sn0Vvless New wore on me mercury ro.e to me; low ws in me anernoon ana was; expected to rise a lew more degrees late Thursday night. Friday will be clear and cold. 16 LNCHES OF SNOW Before the big storm left the Great Lakes region it punished northern sections of tie Mid-West. The worst fall was re corded in Elgin, 111., where 16 inches of snow brought the city to a standstill. More sizeable snowfalls were predicted for Friday. Meanwhile, Fairmount Park Director Harold Schick announced Thursday that Gustine Lake, it Ridge ave. and School House lane, and Hunting Park Lake, at 10th and the Boulevard, have been approved as safe for ice-skating. The announcement opens the way for the first official ice-skating of the season on natural ice. 16 MOTORISTS KILLED In the Midwest on Thursday at least 16 persons were killed! lvstand author, in Ridgefield, in accidents on icv hiahwavs orlcnn- sh was 71. succumbed to heart attacks when shoveling snow or pushing! bogged-down automobilas. Hundreds of thousands of Chicagoans and Milwaukeeansjical degree from the University were late for work, or never got there, as the two cities were; hit by the winter's worst storm. Snowfalls of more than a foot were reported in each city. In Milwaukee officials declared a snow emergency after part j.,. . .-i i the city blackout. suffered power TVi rt tfnrm naral-L-Toi? trrrwinA mr,A fravBi m th. Wdt- amac and MncDH me Thomas C. Park, Sales Engineer, 55 Thomas C. Park, sa!es engineer of the Gulf Oil Corp., died Wednesday while on a business trip in Doylestown. Mr. Park was 55 and lived on River rd. in New Hope. A graduate of Swarthmore College and an active member of the governing body of the Bucks county Boy Scouts of America, he also was a member of the Trinity Episcopal Church cf Solebury and. was a rector's warden. He is survived by his wife, the former Marie Selby, and two sons, Thomas C, 3d, and James S. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 A. 1 1. Satur day in the Trinity Episcopal Church. Burial will be private. JANUARY 1966 S M T W T f S 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 FEBRUARY 1966 $ m t w t f $ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Cape May to Cape Hatteras: fejf iNortherly winds from 10 to 20 knots Friday in partly cloudy weather with visibility 10 miles. Sun Rises Sun Seti Moon Rises 7:22 A. M. 4:59 P. M. 12:47 A. M. Thursday'! Local Report U. S. WEATHER BUREAU Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 13. 196 W.D.tV. Pr. SSW-i - 6E- X S - S .00 S-l - SSW4 Tr. W. Pt.Cdy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy T., Temperature: Ha Humidity! WD, t-V., Wind Direction and Velocity; Pr.. Precipitation; W., Weather Conditions. Highest temperature 3:40 P.M.) 32 Hi K he st temperature this data last years ( 1932 TO Lowest temperature (5:30 A.M.) 13 Lowest temperature this date last 5 years (1912) I Average temperature today I Average temperature this date last ! year - Normal for this date Excess, since Jan, 1 Total precipitation sine Jan. 1 115 Deficiency since Jan. 1 .11 Barometric Pressure: i A.M. 30.30, DEGREE DAY DATA Thursday 42 Season 2270 Normal 2365 schools in Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa. j Snow and freezing drizzle, continued to fall on northem (Indiana hours after it was, scheduled to end. Highway of- flciais said conditions were get Uin3 worSo 5ns,.a(i of b.ttpr. Miphi?an ki rr,rt nvmn Year's, happily reported the best skiing conditions of the season ana looked forward to the winter's first influx of sportsmen. Deaths Elsewhere Emerson Bigelow, an expert on foreign exchange for the Office of Strategic Services and a former financial consultant to the State Department, in Washington. He was 69. Mr. Bigelow was in charge of financial reports for both the secret and nonsecret operations of the Office of Strategic Services in the Second World War. He was associated with the Central Intelligence Agency, until 1948, and then served as a consultant to the office of the Secretary of Defense until he retired in 1958. Dr. Florence Bertha Powder-maker, retired surgeon, physician, psychiatrist, psychoana- f?r- Powdermaker, a native of rnuaaeiPma received ner doc- torate degree at Johns Hopkins University in 1922 and her med- oi umcago in 1926. Sir Bracewell Smith, former Lord Mayor of London, who came to London and made his fortune in the best Dick Whit- ofjf London. He was ei. Sir Bracewell came to London from his native Keighley in Yorkshire as a young school teacher in 1907. He persevered tu Become one oi me cny oi London s biggest hotel magnates, property dealer and businessman. Frederick Jacoby, builder for 50 years of Jacoby Flyaway hulls used by many outboard racing champions, in Union City, N. J. He was 97. Ellis Ahlstrom, 83, Swedish born seafarer and captain of the Port of New Orleans for many years, in Santa Barbara, Calif. - Beginning his career as a cabin boy, Mr. Ahlstrom rose to captain of a motorship. He plied the sea for 38 years before becoming head of the New Orleans port. Duncan C. Clark, 45, director of the Atomic Energy Commis- sion's Division of Public Information since 1960, in Washington. EST T H 5 A.M. 15 51 7 A.M. 14 64 11 A.M. 24 44 1 P.M. 29 43 5 P.M. 31 5S 7 P.M. 30 7S , STATISTICS BY CITIES Hifhett temperature last 12 hours, lowest temperature last IS hours and precipitation for last 24 hours as re ported at t P. M. Thursday by the United States weather Bureau, TEMPERATURE Place L. H. 17 43 37 22 27 35 5 32 3 37 50 34 17 28 72 40 76 44 73 20 64 32 45 32 ts 41 24 5S 32 40 5 el e ft 34 Pr Albany Atlanta Atlantic City Bismarck. N. D. Boston Buffalo. N. Y. Charleston. S. C. Chicago Cincinnati -3 35 IS 0 10 40 2 21 22 JO 25 S 2 49 32 67 57 14 22 13 JS a 2 45 26 26 42 4S 3e 48 58 23 .00 .is: Tr! .00 .00 .10 .00 .55 .06 A! M 23; .00 .06 .00; .00 Cleveland ig"'"' "iB Jacksonville, Fla. Kansas City. Mo. Los Angeles Louisville oo 91 Miami Beach Minneapolis W New Orleans New York City Norfolk, Va. Philadelphia Phoenix, Axil. Pittsburgh Portland. Me. Portland. Ore. St. Louis Salt Lake City San Antonio San Francisco Savannah. Ga. Seattle !oo:84 .oo' '.091 loo1 Tampa, Fla. Washington, D. C. Wllkes-Barre !o2 7 27 Tr, L.. Low; H., High: M.. Missing J Pr., Precipitation! Tr., Trace. Friday's Tidal Predictions PHILADELPHIA (Chestnut St.) High Tide 7:4 A. M. 1:06 P. M. Low Tide 2:12 A. M. 2:42 P. M. DELAWARE BREAKWATER ?;High Tide 2:30 A. M. - 2:48 P. M. ;Lew Tide 8:30 A. M. 8 48 P. M. J CAPE MAT (Municipal Pier , High Tide 1:38 A. M. 1:50 P. M. jJjLow Tide 7:37 A. M. 8:01 P. M. ATLANTIC CITY (Steel Pier) High Tide 1:10 A. M. 1:22 P. M. Low Tide 7: If A. M. 7:43 P. M. BEACH HAVEN (Little Egg Harbor High Tide 3:23 A. M. 3:25 P. M. Low Tide :55 A. M. 10:19 P. M. BARNEGAT INLET High Tide 1:16 A. M. 1:28 P. M. Low Tide - 7:33 A. M. 7:57 P. M Rev. Ballbach, Retired Pastor The Rev. August F. Ballbach. pastor emeritus of the Bethany Baptist Church, Rockwell ave rv rs. Hiori Thursday in Jeanes Hospital. He was 84. Mr. Ballbach, who lived at 7423 Claridge st., retired in 1952 after serving as pastor of the Bethany Church for 32 years. I He was a graduate of the Oc cidental College and of the Southern Baptist Seminary. Theological He is survived by two sons, the Rev. William Carey Ball bach, pastor of Peter's Creek Baptist Church in Pittsburgh, and Rev. August F. Ballback, Jr., of Brookhaven; a daughter, Mrs. I Marie Hakes, of Chicago; 10 grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Benjamin Peckham, of Bala-Cynwyd, and Miss Anna F. Ballbach. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 P. M. Monday in the Montanye Funeral Home, 419 Huntingdon Pike, Rockledge. Interment will be in the Lawn-view Cemetery in Rockledge. SAMUEL CHUBIN, a retired confectioner, died Wednesday in Graduate Hospital. He was 71 and lived at 6050 Baltimore ave. Mr. Chubin was a member of the Brith Sholom Community Center. He is survived by a son, Leon; two daughters, Mrs. Shir ley Mazer and Mrs. Dina Gold- iberg; three brothers, four sis- ters and two grandchildren LOUIS GANSKY, the founder of Colonial Window Cleaning Co. and South Street Window Cleaning Co., both of 122 N. 12th St.. died Wednesday at Jefferson Hospital. He was 72 and lived at 5727 Woodcrest ave. Surviving are nis wife, the former Ann Schwartz; three sons. Jack, Harry and Rubin, and five grandchildren. MRS. FRANK BRYAN, a wid ow, died Monday at her home, 3355 Princeton ave. She was a former resident of Wilkes-Barre and the mother of James E. Bryan, national executive secretary of the American Guild of Organists. In addition to her son, she is survived by a grand son, two great-grandchildren, three sisters and two brothers JANE A. DALY, legal secre tary to the late Bertram I. DeYoung for mo re than 40 years, died Wednesday in her home at 1521 N. 15th st. She was 70. Surviving are three nephews and a niece. Quake Jolts Tokyo TOKYO, Jan. 13 (AP).A minor earthquake shook Tokyo and the Kanto Plain and part of northern Japan at 10:42 P. M Thursday. The Central Meteoro logical Agency said no damage or casualties were reported. Louis Molitch Is Dead; Truck Firm Louis Molitch, president of Clark Transfer, Inc., 829 N. 29th st, the Nation's largest theatrical trucker and film carrier, died Thursday in University Hospital. Charles Gretz, Retired Brewer Charles W. Gretz, retired; Hicsiucui vi me iiiiaiu vntn.jWlia jjiarn since lazi, ana was Brewing Co., 1536 Germantown; nriinarnr nf truck and bus i ... j t: Trjave., aiea weanesaay in Aomg-Tiiton Memorial Hospital. He was and lived at the Benson Manor apartments, Township Wiine rd. and Washington lane, Jenkintown. Mr. Gretz retired three years !2&jago after heading the brewing firm founded by his father for i&'more than 30 years. He was a Mason and a member of Lulu Tatyi nlis He is survived by his wife, the former Helen Benson; a son, Karl; a daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Rauch; 14 grandchildren and, 12 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be 21 P. M. Saturday at the Kirk and,T.- j cr,'e 7119 r Rmd Nice funeral home, 6301 Ger- mantown ve. MRS. BLANCHE O. LAM, the widow of Alfred C. Lam, died Thursday at her home in the Ben son Manor Apartments, Washing ton lane and Township Line rd., Jenkintown. She was 69. Her first husband, Drue N. Allman, died in 1949. A graduate of Phila delphia Normal School, she taught for several years in Phila delphia and Doylestown public schools and was a free lance writ er during the 1930s for The Inquirer, The Public Ledger and The Record. For some time she was well known as an amateur golfer in the Philadelphia area. Surviving are two sons, William B. and Herbert D. Allman, and two grandchildren. CHARLES ROSENBLATT, a retired fabric dealer, died Wednesday at his home, 413 S. Spruce st. He was president of V. H. Z. lodge, Baith Sholom, and a member of Temple Beth Zion. He is survived by his wife, the former Martha Hirsh; a son, Henry; one sister and one grandchild. MRS. STANLEY RUTECKI, the former Maryano Czekaj, died Thursday at Nazareth Hospital. She was 67 and lived at 2731 Pratt st. Surviving are her husband; two sons, Chester and Edward; six grandchildren, a great-grandchild, three brothers and two sisters. la Memoriam HILSEE, PIERCE E. Died Jan. 14. 14 "Two years ago today that you left us. But your memory shall always be with us." Sadly missed by Patsy. Frank and Grandchildren. ANDREW Suddenly, Jan. 11, 196. of Delaware City. Delaware, formerly of 2421 N. 10th st.. Phila.. GEORGE M., husband of May McCoy Andrew. Relatives, friends, members of Henderson Lodge No. Ml, F. it A. M., and all other organizations of which he was a member, are invited to the funeral service Sat., 11 A. M.. at FLOINDERS FLNERAL HOME, 115 W. Eagle rd. (at Oakmont ave.), Havertown. Int. Hillside Cem. Friends may call Fri. eve. after 7. Masonic service I P. M. (Parkins on premises.) ARMSTRONQ DOROTHY A. ARMSTRONG, Jan, 11, of 3417 W. Westmoreland at., dauihter of Mary E. Reeves (nee Mc Areavy). Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Sat . 9 A. M., Funeral Home of CHARLES J. McIL-VAINE. 3711 Midvale ave. Solemn Requiem Mass, St. Bridget's Church, 10 A. M. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cera. Friends may call Fri. eve. BALLBACH Jan. 13. 1966. REV. AUGUST F. BALLBACH, SR., husband of the late Marie H. (nee Mahoney). Relatives and friends are invited tn funeral Mon., 2 P. M.. MONTANYE FUNERAL HOME. Huntingdon Pike & Park Ave.. Rockledge. Friends may call Sun, after 4 P. M. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the building fund of Bethany Baptist Church. Fo Chase, would be appreciated. BELTZ Jan. 13, m. ANNA E. (Nee Hacker) Widow of Warren J. Beltz of Abington Court Apts. Relatives & friends are invited to funeral services Sat. 10:30 A. M. from the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. Parkview L Lycoming Aves., Abington, Pa. Friends may call at the Church after :30 A. M. No viewing Fri. Eve. Int. Hillside Cem. In lieu of flowers, please send contributions to Abington Hospital. BENZING WILLIAM. Jan. II. 1. of 537 B. Cabot St., husband of Annie (nee Mc Closkey). Relatives, friends h members of Elm Tree Post zt. A. L., invited to services Sat., 9:30 A. M.. JAMES W. DOWNS FUNERAL HOME 443 E. Girard ave. Int. Greenmount ave. Friends may caU Fri. eve. BERRY Jan. U. JAMES F.. of 2842 West Wishart St., beloved husband of Amelia Rose (nee Gormley), son of Delia and the late John Berry. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Sat.. 9:30 A. M.. at the C. MrlLVAINE MUNDY FUNERAL HOME. 2803-05 West Allegheny ave. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may call Fri. eve. Parking by attendant. BOCK Jan. 11, 1966. at Seminole. Fla., CHARLES W.. husband of the late Emma H. Bock, formerly ot umg mans Ferry, Pa. Relatives, friends, also Michael Arnold Lodge 636. F. It A. M.. invited to funeral Sat., 11 A. M.. KIRK ft NICE, 6301 German-town Ave. Int. Westminster Cem. Friends may eall Fri. eve. Masonic service 8 P. M. CHAPLIN On Jan. 13. 1966. LILLIAN (Nee Hacker) Beloved Wife of Herbert S. Chaplin of 11 Wood St.. Woodbury, N. J. Mother of Herbert S. Jr., age 56 yrs. Services It Int. at convenience of family. Memorials may be sent in her name to the American Cancer Society. 2239 Garrett Rd.. Drexel Hill. Penna. CHUBIN Jan. 12. 1966, SAMUEL, husband of the late Minnie (nee Finke! stein) Chubin, of 6050 Baltimore ave., father of Leon Chubin. Shirley Mazer, Dina Goldberg, brother of Dora Etkin, Lob-tie Weiss. Ida Smolinsky, Minnie As-cow. David, Benjamin ft Nathan Chubin, also survived by 2 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to services Fri., 11 A. M., JOSEPH LEVINE ft SON, 1512 N. Broad St. Int. Har Jehuda Cem. Friends will return to Mazer residence, 5545 Windsor st. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may b made to Hadassah Tree Fund. C0NR0Y MARGARET T. (nee Dillan), suddenly, Jan. 12. 1966, of 3111 Belgreen Terrace, wife of the late Joseph A. Conroy. Relative and friends invited to FITZPATBICK FUNERAL HOME. 3309 N. Broad at., Frt eve. Solemn Requiem Mass. Church of St. Anselm. Sat.. 10 A. M. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. CParldog facilities in rear.) Died Head, 60 He was 60 and lived at 1900 John F. Kennedy blvd. ORIGINATED TOURS Mr. Molitch purchased the company last October from the estate . of the late James P. Clark, industrialist, sports figure and a leader in Democratic politics. He had been associated w tours of Broadway productions throughout the country Mr. Molitch was a member of Variety Club of Philadelphia, a former director of Philadelphia Eagles football club and a mem ber of Motion Picture Associates of Philadelphia. THREE CHILDREN He is survived by his wife, the former Sylvia Nadler; two sons, Matthew T. and Barry R.; a daughter, Mrs. Norma Deull, of New York: three sisters, a hrnf hpr .nA tnxlr crandchUdren. Funeral services will be held f T Slindav at JoseDh st. Burial will be in Roosevelt Memorial Park DAVIS HAROLD L. DOC), Jan. 12. husband of Marie Maguire Davis. Relatives and friends invited to funeral service Sat.. 1 P. M.. HTZPATRK K SONS FINEHAL HOME, 425 Ljeeum ave., Rox Int. West Laurel Hill Cem. Kriends may caU Sat. after 12 noon. No viewing Fri. eve. DAWSON (Nee Burrhim. suddenly, formerly of 242 N. Marshall st., Jan. 10, 196, ALICE P.. beloved wife of the late John T. Dawson and mother of Mather Mary Majella. S, H.C.J. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral on Sat.. :30 A. M., from the WILLIAM J. KNOPF Ft NEB AL HOME, 7114 Oxford ave. Solemn Requiem Mass, St. Edward's Church, 10 A. M. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may eall Fri. eve. Parking on premises. Communion may be re- 1 reived at this Mass. In lieu of flowers. Mass cards will be appreciated. DENKHAUS Jan. 10, 1966. of 106 S. 3d s.. Col-wyn. Pa., MARIE LOUISE, wife of the late Frederick. Funeral service Sat.. 10:30 A. M.. MABV1L FUNERAL HOME. 1110 Main st.. Darby. Friends call Fri. eve.. 7 to . Int. .Ml. Zion Cem. DeQUINQUE Jan. 12. 1966. P W'TALEONE, beloved husband of Frances (nee Ter-ra(rossa), of 710 Mollbore Terrace. Relatives, friends are invited to attend the funeral Sat.. A. M.. from BALDI FLNERAL HOME. 1331 S. Broad st. Solemn Requiem Mass, Stella Maris Church, 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Fri. eve. DIXON ELEANOR W1DENER. Jan. i:. 19tx. Funeral service St. Paul's Church. Chestnut Hiil. on Fri.. Jan. 14, at 3 P. M. Int. private. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Maine Coast Memorial Hospital, Ellsworth, Maine. D0RMAN Jan. 13. ISRAEL, husband of Clara, of 4743 N. Hutchinson St.. father of Miss Frances Dorman. Mr. Jacob R. Dorman and Mr. Ted Dorman. also survived by 4 grandchildren and one Kreat grandchild. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Fri.. 2 P. M. precisely. GOLDSTEINS'." 6410 N". Broad St. Int. Har Nebo Cem. Shiva will be observed at 6733 Akron sU DYE On Jan. 13. 1964, CHARLES I... husband of Martha M. Dye. Service for relatives & friends on Mon. at 2 P. M.. OLIVER II. BAIR'S. l20 Chestnut st.. where friends may call Sun. eve.. 7-9. Int. Lakeview Memorial Park. Masonic service by Trimble Lodge 117 F. It A. M. Sun. P. M. ELWELL KATE B., Jan. 11, 1966. Baptist Home. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Sat.. 10:30 A. M BARON ROWLAND FUNERAL HOME. 1059 Old York rd.. Abington. Int. GeorKe Washington Memorial Park. Friends may call Sat. after :30 A. M. FEUSNER MIRIAM M. FEUSNER. on Jan. 12. 1966. of 7430 Bingham st. Services Sat., 10 A. M , J. W. DF.AN A SON, 7900 Oxford ave., Fox Chase. Phila. Int. Hillside Cem. Viewing Fri. eve. FRANCAN0 JOYCE. Jan. 11 (nee La Rue), of 11848 Colman rd., wife of Joseph Francano, Jr. Relatives and friends are invited to services Sat., 10 A. M., from CASSIZZI FUNERAL HOME. 2913-17 E. Thompson st. Int. Hillside Cem. Viewing Fri. eve. FRIENDLY On Jan. 13, 1966, LEAH H.. wife of the late Myer H. Friendly, of 1810 Rittenhouse Sauare. survived by Judge ft Mrs. Henry J. Friendly, grandchildren Dr. David Stern Friendly, Mrs. Stephen Simon ft Mrs. Frank Goodman ft 7 great-grandchildren. Service for relatives ft friends on Fri.. 4 P. M., at OLIVER H. BAIR'S, ISM Chestnut st. Int. Elmira, Hew York. Please omit flowers. GANSKY Jan. 12, 1966. LOUIS, husband of Anne, of 5727 Woodcrest ave., father of Mr. Jack G an sky, Mr. Harry Gan. sky and Mr. Rubin Gansky, also sur vived by 5 grandchildren. Relatives friends ft members of Gansky Mutual Aid Assoc. and Bershader Prog. So ciety are invited to funeral serv ices Friday. 2:30 P. M. precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad st. Int Mt. Sharon Cem. Shiva will be ob served at 7515 Woodcrest ave. GARFORTH CHARLES GARFORTH, on Jan. 12, 1966, of 108 Kalos St., Wissa., husband of the late Jennie Bowers Garforth Relatives and frienda are invited to the service Saturday, 11 A. M., W, MILLS lUKStK MKEKtL HOME. 6028 Ridge ave.. Rox. Int. LeverinKton Cem. Friends may call Fri. eve.. 7 to y. (.ranting facilities.) GERACE PASQUALINA (nee Amarosia, wife of the late Joseph, of 2525 S. 16th st., mother of Domenic J., Peter, Anthony J., Mrs. Mime Dirvicoiantomo, Mrs, Anna Mary Vaccaro, also 6 grandehi! dren. Relatives, friends are invited to funeral Sat.. 8:30 A. M.. from LEON ET1I J L E K AL HOME, IV. E. COT, Broad and Wolf sts. Solemn Requiem Mass, 10 A. M., St. Monica s Church. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Fri. eve, GIBSON GIBSON. Jan. 12. 1966. MARIE (nee Butcher) at the Griffith Home. 3729 Chestnut St.. wife of the late Harry G. Gibson. Service Sat. I P. M. Funeral Home of ANDREW J. BAIR ft SON, 3925 Chestnut St. Int. Westminster Cem. Jn'o viewinat FrL eve. GRETZ GRETZ, Jan. 12. 1966 of the Benson Manor Apts.. Jenkintown, Pa CHARLES W., husband of Helen Ben. son Gretz. Relatives and friends are invited to service Sat. 2 P. M. KIRK ft NICE, 6301 Germantown Ave. Int private. Friends may call Sat. 1 to 2 . JV1. HARRISON Of 329 W. Susquehanna ave., Jan. 11, 1966. ADA-R. (nee Simpson), beloved wife of the late Pierce M. Har rison. Relatives and friends are in vited to attend funeral services Sat., 10 A. M.. from HESSINGER FUNERAL HOME, 2013 E. Susquehanna ave. (East of Front at.). Int. North Cedar Hill Cem. Friends may call Fri. eve. (Parking on both aides el Street.) . HAUSMAN Jan. 11, 1966, CHARLES J. (CHAUN-CEY) HAUSMAN. age 91 years. Rela tives and friends are invited to the services Sat., 10 A. M Ene Ave, Parlors Of HAROLD B. MULLIGAN 9th at. It Erie ave. Int. Laurel Hill Cem. Frienda Invited Fit ave. Died Died HELVERSON Jan. 10, of 2330 W. Allegheny ve., FRANCIS J., husband of Julia (ne Reptsick). Relatives and friends invited to attend viewing Fri. eve. at JOHN J. BRIERS, 2741-43 W. Allegheny ave. Services and Int. at convenience, of the family. HOWDERSHELL Jan. 12, LOUIS J., of C39 Paschall ave.. husband of Helen tnee Perlin-gtero), survived by two daughters. Mrs. Constance McGinley. Miss Rosemary HowdersheU, one grandchild! also survived by hl mother. Mr. Mary HowdersheU. Relatives and frienda. also employes of VVesUng-houso are invited to attend the funeral on Sat., 9 A. M.. from KISH FUNERAL HOME, 6506 Flmwood ave. Solemn Requiem Mass. St. Clement Church, 11 A. M. Int. SS. Peter t Paul Cem. Friendi may call Fn. v. (Parking facilities.) IRVIN BERTHA IRVIN. en Jan. 12, 1966. formerly of Phila.. wife ol th lata Samuel J. Irvin ; mother of Anna Mae Owens, of AUantio City, N. J. Relatives It frienda aro invited to the in Fri. eve. from the Parlors of HAROLD B. MULLIGAN. Ill) W. La- high ave. Service int. pvt. J0YNER Jan. 11. 196. BERTHA M., widow of Claude C of 2451 Memphis at. Relatives and friends aro invited to the funeral service Sat., 10:30 A. M., r.ARRISH FLNERAL HOME, 2360 E. Susquehanna ave. Int. N. Cedar hUl Cem. Friends may caU FrL eve, KATTELMAH Jan. 12. 1966. JACOB J.. husband of Rose (nee Master), of the River Park Apts 3600 Conshohocken Ave., Apt. 1213. father of Louis Kattel-man and Toba Lomts. brother of Sara Horrow, Mary Edelman, Leon and Jay Kattelman. also survived by 4 grandchildren. Relatives, friends and members of Columbia Lodge C91 F. and A.M. are invited to services Fri.. 1 P. M. JOSEPH LEVI.NE ft SON, 1512 N. Broad St. Entomb, ment Roosevelt Memorial Park Mau soleum. Family wili return to too late residence. KELLEHER Jan. 11. 1966, DANIEL T. KELLE HER, beloved husband of Margaret Geary Helleher. Relatives and friends, also employes Standard Pressed Steel, invited to funeral Sat., 8:30 A. M.. from his late residence. 1533 Arline ave., Boslyn. Solemn Mass of Requiem. Church of St. John of the Cross, 10 A. M. Int. Holy Sepulchr Cem. Friends may csll Fri. eve. KILLMER Jan. 11. 1966, ANNA (nee SchmidO. of 1519 E. Earl st formerly of 12C8 E. Oxford St., wife of the lata Martin Killmer. Relatives, friends are invited to the funeral Sat.. 10 A. M., BURNS FUNERAL HOME, 1428 E. Columbia ave. (at Fkd. ave.). Viewing Fri. eve. Free parking at Columbia It Fkd. ave. KNIGHT EARL L.. suddenly on Jan. U, 1966, age 59, husband of Theodora (nee Somml of 315 Riverview ave., Drex-el Hill, father of Mrs. Nancy Buttimer and Richard S. Knight. Relatives and friends are invited to service Sat. 2 P. M. at the SPENCER T. VIDEON ft SON FUNERAL HOME. Garrett rd. at Shadeland ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. where friends may call Fri. eve., 7-9. Memorial gifts may be made in his name to the Broad Street Memorial Methodist Church. Drexel Hill or Heart Fund of Southeastern, Pa.. 318 S. lyth st., Phila. Int. Arlington Cem. KUKULSKI Jan. 11. FREW A I. (nee lthen). beloved wife of the late Anthony, of 5724 Rising Sun ave. Relatives, friends and employes of Naval Aviation Sup ply Depot are invited to funeral serv. ires Sat., 10 A. M., from J. M. CAMPBELL FUNERAL HOME. 500 E. Ben-ner st. (at 6100 N. Rising Sum. Int. Chelten Hills Cem. Friends may caU after J Fri. eve. LAM-ALLMAN At The Benson Manor Apts on Jan. 13. 19o6. BLANCHE O. ALLMAN. wife of the late Alfred C. Lam. Service for relatives ft friends on Sun. 1:30 M . Chapel of Chelten Hill Cem. Int. pvL LAWRENCE On Jan. 12. 1966. MARGARET B , of Sarasota, Fla., mother of Mrs. Jean L. Hooven. of Berwind Circle. Radnor. Funeral services will be held at St. Martin's Church, Glenmary ft Radnor Chester Roads. Radnor, Sat., 4:30 P. M. Int. private. LEEDOM Formerly of Richboro and South ampton. Pa.. Jan. 11. 1966, HELENA M. (nee Hogeland), wife of the late Percy E. Relatives and friends invited to attend service Sat.. II A. M.. North and Southampton Reformed Church, C'hurchville, Pa. Int. Hatboro Cem. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Building Fund of North and Southampton Reformed ( hurch. (Arrangements by WML ROWEN GRANT FUNERAL HOME. INC.. Southampton.) LEIBFREID FLORENCE V.. suddenly. Jan. 12. 1966. beloved wife of Park E. Leib-freid (nee Schmidlin). of 443 W. Wei-lens ave. Relatives and friends are invited to services Sat., 11 A. M., GIVMSH FUNERAL HOME, 5th St. at Linaicv ave. Int. Hillside Cem. Viewing Fri. eve. Parking. LIPSHUTZ Jan. 13. 1966. EMMA, wife of the late Benjamin J., of 952 Lindley ave.. formerly of 1738 N. 7th st., mother of Mrs. Grace Kron, Mrs. Zelda Sloan. Mr. haul Lipsnutz ft Mrs. Dorothy Pollack, sister of Mr. Philip Metzger, Dr. Harry N. Metzger and Mr. Herman Metzgert also survived by 8 grandchildren ft 4 great-grandchil dren. Relatives and friends are in vited to funeral services Fri.. 11 A. M. precisely. "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad st. Int. Montefiore Cem. Shiva will be observed at 932 Lindley ave. LOEFFLER FANNY J. (nee Lieber), Warmin ster, Pa., Jan. 11. 1966, aged 86 years, wife of Paul E. Funeral services will be held on Sat.. U A. M.. at the DECKER FUNERAL HOME. 216 York rd., Warminster, Pa. Int. Whitemarsh Memorial Park. Friends will be received at the funeral borne Fri. eve. MacKRELL BURTON R.. Jan. 11, of 7636 Gilbert St.. husband of Ethel L. (nee Buchanan i. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Sat.. 10i30 A. M.. from Fu neral Home of GEORGE E. WITT- MAIER, 6521 N. Broad st. Int. Hillside Cem. Friends may call from 9:30 A. M. MAGUIRE January 11, FRANCIS J.. of 3248 Philmont ave.. beloved husband of Helen F. (nee Clarke). Relatives and friends are invited to attend his fu neral Saturday, 9 A. M., W ACKER-MAN'S FUNERAL HOME. 8060 Verree rd. (Fox Chase). Requiem Mass, 10 A. M., St. Christopher's Church. Friends may call Friday evening. MALMSTEN At Atlantic City, N. J., en Jan. 12, 1966. FLORENCE M.. wife of Arthur Malmsten, residence, 22' 2 S. Rhode Island ave.. Atlantic City. Services Sat., 11 A. M at the North wood Cem. Chapel prior to int. MANLEY MANLEY. Jan. 13, 1966, ELIZA BETH FRASER, wife of Robert L. Manley of 21 War Admiral Lane. Media, Pa. Relatives and friends are invited to memorial services Sat.. P. M. from the Lima Methodist Church, Lima, Pa. Please omit flowers. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Can cer Society. MAUCK On Jan. 11, 1966. ETHEL C. wife of the late victor Mauck, of Haverford Pa. Service for relatives and friends on Fri.. at 2 P. M.. at OLIVER H. BAIR'S. 1820 Chestnut st. Int. private. MAXL0WE North Wildwood. N. J., on Jan. 12, 1966, HAROLD. SR., beloved husband of Mary (nee Faulkner), of 110 N Delaware ave., aged 74. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the fu neral services Saturday, 1 p. m.. SAUNDERS FUNERAL HOME, 1201 Central ave.. North Wildwood. Int. Fairview Cem, Frienda call Fri. eve. McELHENNY Jan. 11, 1966, CATHERINE C. (nee Bush), wife of John p., of 9401 Pacific ave.. Margate. N, J.,. formerly of Colhngswood, N. J. Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral Sat.. 9 A. M., from the MYRTETUS FUNERAL HOME, 1530 Collingg rd., Camden. Requiem High Mass, 10 A. M- St. John's Church. Int. Calvary Cem. Viewing Fri. eve. McPELIN Jan. 13. 1966, JOSEPH, son of the late John and Julia McPheun. Rela- tives and friends invited to viewing and funeral. Sat.. 8:30 A. M., Kit FENACH FUNERAL HOME, 21st St. ft Snyder Ave. Solemn Requiem Mass, St. Edmond s Church, 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. No vie wins Fri. eve. Died MELMED Jan. 13. EDNA. 42 Moore St.. beloved mother of Mark, Shayna Bsrlas, Ruth Eisner. Leo Colley, dear sister of Ephraim Acker, Rhea Hamburg, also survived by S grandchildren. Services Fri., 2:45. "ROSEN," 423 Pine St. Int. Mt. Sharon. Shiva at 524 Ritner St. METZGER METZGER. Jan. II, 196 of 4635 Leiper at.. BESSIE, daughter of the late Andrew and Margaret Metzger. Services Sat. 2 P. M.. MeCLURQ FUNERAL HOME, 1665 HaxrUon at.. Fkd. Int. private, MOLITCH Jan. 13, 1966. LOUIS, husband of Sylvia ( nee Nadler) Molitch, of the Penn Center House, father of Norma Deull. Matthew ft Barry Molitch. brother of Dr. Matthew Molitch, Diane Gutman, Anne Maiess ft Dorothy Trinin, also survived by 4 grandchildren. Relative and friends arc invited to services Sun.. 11 A. M., JOSEPH LEVIN E ft SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS, N. Broad st. above 71st ave. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family will return to late residence. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Variety Club Heart Fund. M0YER THOMAS M. MOYER. suddenly on Jan. 12. 1966 of 1301 W. William St., brother of Miss Florence M. Moyer and Stanley Moyer. Relatives and friends are Invited to the service Mon. 2 P. M. St. John's Lutheran Church, SpinnersUiwn, Pa. No view-ins Sun eve. MULLER Jan. 12. K. MARGARET, widow of Theodore C. Muller. Relatives and friends are Invited to service Sat.. 1:30 P. M.. Mary J. Drexel Home, 238 Belmont ave., Bala-Cynwyd. Int. Arlington Cem. In lieu of flowers, please contribute to the above named Home. NEWMAN Suddenly on Jan. 12, 1966. VANCE NEWMAN of the Hotel Philadelphia. Service on Sat. 1 P. M., OLIVER H. BAIR'S. 1S3) Chestnut st. where friends may call after 12 noon. Valhalla Cem., St. Louis, Missouri, Mon. I P. M. NICHOLS JAMES GRANT NICHOLS, Jan. 12. beloved husband of Helen L. Nichols (nee Wright , of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.. formerly of 2025 Lansing st. Relatives and friends invited to services Sat., II A. M.. at MANN FUNERAL HOME. 219 W. Tabor Road. Frienda may call Fri. eve. 0ETTINGER Jan. 12. 1966. of 3483 E. Thompson St.. CHARLES F., aged 75 years, husband of Victoria Oettinger. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral Mon.. 10 A. M.. from the Funeral Home of ALFRED P. G. ROSE. 2616 Bridge st.. Bridesburg. Int. Hillside Cem. Friends call Sun., 7 to 10 P. SL PARK River Road. New Hope, Pa., Jan. 12, 1966, THOMAS C JR.. husband of Marie Selby Park. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the services at the Trinity Episcopal Church, Solebury. Pa., on Sat. at 11 A. M. Please omit flowers. Int. private. PEISSNER Of 3420 N. Carlisle si.. Jan. 11, 1966. FRANK J.. brother of Caroline M. Schafer. Relatives, friends are invited to the funeral Sat.. 8:30 A. M., at the Funeral Home of FLOYD M BISHOP. S408 N. 5th St. Solemn Requiem Mass, St. Stephen's Church, 10 A M Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem Friends may call Fri. after J P. M. POWELL Jan. 12, 1966, STANLEY A., beloved uiband of Mrs. Anna Bisnop roweii, bis late residence, 156 E. Bristol road. Warminster. Pa. Relatives and friends are invited to services on sat., 1 A. M.. from St. Faul's Episcopal liurch. Levittown Pkwy. ft Mill Creek road, Levittown, Pa., conducted by the Rev. Stanley A. Powell, Jr Int. Arlington Friends Bunal Grounds. Jenkintown, Pa. Arrange. ments under the direction of BECK DOUGHERTY MORTUARY, Levit town, Pa. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to Memorial Fund of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. There will be no calling hours at the Mor tuary. RAPP RUSSELL, of 569 E. Geneva ave.. on Jan. 12. beloved husband of Hilda nee Anderson). Relatives, friends nd members of the Cedar Grove Baptist Church are invited to services at the WETZEL A SON FU NERAL HOME, 6902 Rising Sun ave.. on Sat. at 10 A. M. Friends may call FrL eve. REILLY Of 2925 N. Marshall St.. Jan. 12. MARY, wife of the late Patrick J. Reilly (nee O'Niel). Relatives and friends invited to funeral Sat.. 9 A. M., KIRCHNER FUNERAL HOME, 422-24 W. Somerset st. Solemn Requiem Mass, St. Veronica s Church, 10 A. M. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. friends may call Fri. eve. ROSENBLATT Jan. 12. 1966. CHARLES, husband of Martha (nee Hirsh) ROSENBLATT, of 413 Spruce St., father of Henry Rosenblatt, brother of Dorothy Abel, also survived by 1 grandchild. Relatives and friends are invited to serv ices Fri., 12 noon, JOSEPH LEVINE ft SON, 1512 N. Broad at. Int. Rooae-velt Memorial Park. SARACINI JOSEPHINE (nee Santelli). of 1004 Melrose ave.. Blackwood, N. J wife of Louis, mother of Virginia Velli, Mrs. Vincenza Borrelli. Mrs. Antoinette Borrelli. Mrs. Mary Paolozzi, Mrs. Quint a Cicchini, Mrs. Rose Di-Silvestro and Deva Gattinella, also 24 grandchildren and 27 great-grand children. Relatives, friends are invited to funeral Sat., 8 A. M., from LEONF.TTI FUNERAL HOME, N. E. cor. Broad ft Wolf sts. Solemn Re quiem Mass, 9:30 A. M.. St. Jude Church, Blackwood, N. J. Int. New St. Mary's Cem. Viewing FrL eve. SAURMAN Of 154 W. Marshall Ave., Langhorne. Pa., formerly of Bustleton, Jan. 13, 166. CHARLES E., husband of the late Blanche S. Saurman. Services Sat.. 1:30 P. M. at the funeral home of V. R. FLETCHER ft SON. 9529 Bustleton Ave. Int. Wm. Penn Cem. SCANLAN EDWARD F. SCANLAN, 311 Birch St.. Carneyg Point, N. J., husband of Emma F. Scanlan. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral Sat.. 9 A. M.. from the ADAMS FUNERAL HOME, 131 S. Broad st., Pennsgrove, N. J. Requiem Mass will be sung St. James Church, 10 A. M. Friends may call Fri. eve 7-9. SCOTT Jan. 12. HARRY G., of 8520 Patton rd., Wyndmoor, husband of the late Florence E. Scott (nee Schmalz). Fu neral services Sat., 11 A. M., at JACOB F. RUTH'S, 8413 Germantown ave. Int. Hillside Cem. Frienda may call FrL eve. SHARP On Jan. 12. 1966. JESSE, husband of Augusta M. (nee Kohlenberg), of 920 N. Front st., Camden, in. j., aged 76 years. Funeral services Sat., 19 A. M., at the MURRAY FUNERAL HOME, 408 Cooper at.. Camden, N. J, Viewing Fri. eve. SHEGDA WILLIAM W. SHEGDA. suddenly. on Jan. 12. 1966. of 3169 Welsh rd.. be loved husband of the late Mary (nee Kroll), devoted tatner 01 Mepnen, Michael, Eve Kulik ft George. Rela tive): and friends are invited to the funeral Sat., 8 A. M-, from KOC1U. RIVSKY FUNERAL HOME. 307 E Girard ave. High Requiem Mass. f: 15 A. M.. SL Josephat's Church. Int. St. Mary Cem., Fox Chase. Viewing FrL eve. Parastaa services I F. M. SHELLENBERGER ANNA M. (nee Enwright). Jan. It. 1966, of 3427 N. Palethorpe sU be loved wife of Charles Shellenberger. Relatives and friends invited to at tend funeral Sat., 8:30 A. M., from the C. J. O'NEILL FUNERAL HOME (est.), Mascher ft Tioga sts. Solemn Requiem Mast, 10 A. M.. Church of St. Hugh. Int Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends please call FrL eve. A snme that plea mm funeral service, always at the arleo yoa desire. A Arm member attends and supervises every detail. No oblfgatioa to calf its mt visit our new and modem funeral home the finest In Philadelphia. v . 7047 GERMAinOWni AVCCHestnat H!H 7-8700 iaaws E. Fyts Irrts I. SajsJ Died SNYDER TURBA. Jan. 12. 1966. formerly of Phila.. wife of the late Jesse (. Snyder. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Sat.. 2 P. M. from Funeral Home of GEORGE E. WITT. MAIER, 6521 N. Broad at. Int. North- Wood Cem. Friends may call Fri, eve. STANLEY ROBERT W., on Wed.. Jan. 12. 196. In Washington, D. C. husband of the late Martha K. Stanley, father of Mrs. June S. Marenberg. grandfather -of Laurie Ginsburg. Friends may eall at JOSEPH GAWLER 8 SONS. Wisconsin ave. at Harrison St.. N. W.. Washington. D. C, Fri.. 10 A. 1L to 1 P. M- Services ft int. pvt. STANTON MARGARET (nee Gibbons). Jan. 13. ' 1966. of 7322 N. 21st St., formerly of ; 7421 Walnut Lane. West Oak Lane, widow of Michael Stanton, mother of Mrs. Margaret Walsh. Mr. rihrin. Hoyer. Mrs. Mary Kerns, Jr., sister ui Duuaei oyce. aunt of Sr. Mary Cletus. C.R.S.M. ft Sr. Ann --Michael, S.S.J. Relatives, friends ft B.V.M. Sodality invited to funeral Sat .-. 9 A. M JOS. J. MeGOLDRICK FU NERAL HOME, West ave. ft Cedar st., Jenkintown. Solemn Requiem Mass, St. Athanasius Church, in A M Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may can rn. ave. (Parking facilities.) STAPLETON Of 3345 Wellington st., Jan. 12, 196S, MARIE R., daughter . of the late Francis P. and Mary A. Stapleton (nee McAnally). sister of Rev. Ed ward A. Stapleton and aunt of Rev. Edward J. Stapleton, S.S.S. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral Sat.. 8:30 A. M., from the FLLEHR FUNERAL HOME, 3301-15 Cottman ave. Solemn Requiem Mass, St Matthew's Church, 10 A. M. Int. St. Domenic' Cem. Friends may call FrL eva. STIFLER On Jan. 7, 1966, JEAN L.. of Devon Manor, wife of the lata Francis C. Stifler, mother of Carol Jean Stifler. Memorial services will be held in the Central Baptist Church. Wayne. Sun.. Jan. 16. 3 P. M. Int. at convenience of family. For those desiring, in lien ' of flowers contributions may be made to the Jean L. Stifler Memorial Fund, care of American Baptist Home illusion Societies. Valley Forge. SULLIVAN Jan. 12. 1966. CORNELIUS F., husband of Sara Mulianey Sullivan, of 410 Kenmore rd., Havertown. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Sat., 9 A. M.. Funeral Home of JOHN STRETCH. East Eagle and St. Denis rds. (Oakmont), Havertown. Solemn Mass of Requiem in Annunciation B.V.M. Church, 10 A. M. There wili be no viewing hours Fri. eve. In lieu of flowers. Mass Cards would be appreciated. TW0HIG JOHN C. on Jan. 12, 1964. of 4738 Batlimore Ave., son of Adeline Twohig and brother of Eleanor Steele and Henry Twohig. Relatives and friends are invited to the service Sat.. 11:30 A. M. at the McGILLIN ft SON FUNERAL HOME. 48 til It Baltimore Ave. Int. Oxford Cem.. Oxford, Pa. Friends may call Fri., 7-9 P. M. UNDERC0FLER Of 7 Myrtle ave., Chatum Village, Havertown, Pa., on Jan. 12. 1966. BERTHA KELLER UNDERCOFLER. wife of the late J. Clayton Undercof-ler. Relatives and friends are invited to the service Sat.. 10 A. M.. at OLIVER H. BAIR'S-SUBURBAN WEST, 301 West Chester Pike, Havertown. In lieu of flowers, contribution may be made to the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Foundation, Inc.. for underprivileged children, eio Dr. H. K. Melte, 3720 Chestnut sU Phila. Int. will be private. WADE HELEN J. Jan. 12, 1966. of 4828 Cedar ave., born in County Cork, Ireland, daughter of the late Peter and Mary (nee Carr). Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral Sat., A. M., at the McGILLIN ft SON FUNERAL HOME, 48th and Baltimore ave. Solemn Requiem Mass, 9 A. M Church of St. Francis de Sales. Int Holy Cross Cem. Friends may call FrL eve. WANTZEL Jan. 12, 1966. LOUISA B., of 3050 N. Percy St. Relatives and friends in- vited to funeral. Sat.. 10 A. M-, J. G. STRINGFIELD FUNERAL HOME. 5401 Rising Sun Ave. Int. Greenmount Cera. WARNAS (VARNIS) MONICA WARNAS (nee Tomasaitis). on Jan. 13. 1966, wife of the late John. ' of 1419 S. Philips st, beloved mother . of Mrs. Helen Eells and Edward and Mrs. Dorothy Jackson and John. Rel- atives and friends are invited to funeral Mon., 8 A. M., from M. J, BIGENIS FUNERAL HOME, 311 Wharton st. High Requiem Mass. (hurch of St. Casimir"s. 9:30 A. M. Int. Holy Crosa Cem. Frienda may call Sun. eve. WARNICK Jan. 11. 1966. of 5821 Morris sf.. ISA BEL S., wife of the late John H. War-nick. Relatives and friends are invited , to the funeral Fri., 10:30 A. M.. KIRK ft NICE. 6101 Germantown ave. int. Woodland Cem. No viewing Thurs. eve. WEISSMAN Jan. 13 (MON1A) MARY, wife of Samuel Weissman, of 2206 Glenview st; mother of Lillian Lieberman. Ann Howard. Beatrice Atkins, Dorothy Maier and Morris Weissmant also nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Relatives, friends and members of Workmen Circle Br. JT138 are invited to services Fri 1:30 P. M at BERRCHLER'S, 4300 N. Broad St. (at the Blvd.). Int Monte fiore Cem. Family will return to her . late residence. WERMOUTH Jan. 12, OLIVE M. McCUTCHEON. 4 129 Flintlock rd., Drexel Hill, wife o! the late William D. Wermouth. Services Sat. morning, 11 o'clock, TOP- , PITZER S FUNERAL HOME, Garrett rd. at Lansdowne ave., Drexel HilL ' Int. Arlington. WILD EDWARD, husband of Anna J. Wild. ' on Jan. 12, 1966. of Lawndale. Rela-' tives, friends and members of the Schwelzer Turn Verein are invited to the funeral Mon., 11 A. M., J. W. DEAN ft SON. 6401 Rising Sun ave-Lawndale, Phila. Int. Sunset Memorial Park. Viewing Sun. evening. In lieu of flowers, make contributions to your favorite charity. WINN Jan. 12, 1966. WILLIAM H.. aged 75" years, husband of Mary F. Winn (nee Herberich). Funeral private. Requiem Mass. at St. Bartholomew's Church." Mon.. Jan. 17. 10 A. M. In lieu of flowers, kindly donate to your favorite charity. ZUCCA On Jan. It. COSTANZO, of 2627 S. Massey st. Relatives and friends and employes of the General Electric Co-are invited to funeral Sat., 12 noon, from the KING FUNERAL HOME,. 2649-51 S. 64th st. Int Mt. Moriah Cem. Friends may call Fri. eve. Card oi Thanks PLEASE accept my heartfelt thanks for the many warm expressions of sympathyflowers. Mass cards and donations to charities on the death of my husband, THOMAS DiLAURO. They were a source of great comfort to me ana my tamuy. Elizabeth DiLauro. Florist Guide Great Northeast BRIMMERS 3T55 KENSINGTON AVE NE 4-0661 WANNERS FLOWERS 1909 COTTMAN AVE RA 5-7500 AS A HELPFUL GUIDE to thote who wish to remember their loved ones with, an In Memoriam notice in The Inquire we hara collect ad many suitable rrtes in free booklet available trom the Want Ad Department. To place an In Memoriam Notice phone LOcust 3-5000. The charge only 60c a lino. 7 s gee to ye tr. mri)

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