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30 a d h THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 28. 1967 OFFICIAL FORECASTS Philadelp h i a and vicinity: Partly cloudy, i breezy and cold- er Tuesday. High near 40. Fair and continued cold Tues day night and Wednesday. Precipitation probability 10 percent through Tuesday night. Eastern Pennsylvania: Partly cloudy, windy and cold Tuesday with snow flurries over the mountains. High in the 30s north to 40 south. Fair and continued cold Tuesday night and Wednesday. New Jersey: Partly cloudy, windy and cold Tuesday. High in the mid 30s to near 40. Fair and continued cold Tuesday night and Wednesday. New York City and vicinity Partlv cloudv. windy and cold FT. 1 Tn-.' .nnri'm.nrl H A. M luesuay. r air uu iimuuucui i p. m. cold Wednesday Delaware, Maryland, District NOVEMBER 1967 S M T W T F S 28 29 30 DECEMBER 1967 S M T W T f S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 2F ' WD 7:00 A. M. 4:38 P. M. 3:09 A. M. Sun Rises -Sun Sets Moon Rises Monday's Local Report U. S. WEATHER BUREAU Philadelphia. Pa., November 27, M67 t h w.u.&v. pr. w. 37 85 WNW- 2 - Cloudy 40 82 Calm .00 Cloudy 51 33 NW- 8 - Cloudy 55 31 WNW-13 Tr. Clear 5 P. M. 43 31 W- 10 - Clear 7 P. M. 44 29 WNW. g .00 Clear T.. Temperature: H.. Humidity: W.D. tcV., Wind Direction and Velocity; Pr., EST 5 A. M. 7 A. M. STATISTICS BY CITIES Highest temperature last 12 hours lowest temperature last 18 hours and precipitation for last 24 hours as reported at 9:00 Monday by the United States Weather Bureau. TEMPERATURE PLACE L H Albany 22 43 Atlanta 47 58 Atlantic City 42 55 Bismarck, N. D. 6 20 Boston 34 47 Buffalo. N. Y. 28 42 Charleston, S. C. 59 71 Chicago 24 28 Cincinnati 28 33 Cleveland 30 33 Denver 12 39 Detroit 25 31 Duluth, Minn. 4 13 Harrisburg M M Houston 55 71 Jacksonville, Fla. 64 82 Kansas City, Mo. 25 42 Los Angeles 53 70 Louisville 32 42 Miami Beach 70 l Minneapolis 11 19 New Orleans 62 76 New York City 44 55 Norfolk, Va. 43 54 Philadelphia 35 54 Phoenix, Aril. 55 69 Pittsburgh il 3 Portland, Me. 30 47 Portland, Ore. 39 45 St. Louis 23 39 Salt Lake City 16 41 San Francisco 50 58 S. Ste. Marie, Mich. 19 23 Savannah, C. l i Seattle 41 47 Tampa, Fla. 70 82 Washington, D. C. 3' 59 Wilkes-Barr 35 46 Winnipeg, Man. 5 5 Dr. T. J. Langan Dies, Medical Director, 50 Dr. Thomas J. Langan, former medical director of the Little Sisters of the Poor Home for the Aged, 53d st. and Chester ave., died Saturday in Chambersburg, Pa. He was 50. Dr. Langan, formerly of 351 Died Red Hill dr., Broomall, was named medical director of the South Mountain (Pa.) Geriatrics Center two years ago. He was a graduate of La Salle College and Jefferson Medical Col- 96 years (1896) Lowest temperature (3:20 A. M.) Lowest temperature this date last 95 years (1932) - Average temperature today Average temperature this date last ' PHILADELPHIA (Chestnut tU ".High Tide 10:30 A. M.--10:54 P. M. lt Low Tide 5:06 A. M. 5:42 P. M. 461 DELAWARE BREAKWATER L.. Lowi H.. High; M., Mlsslnt; Pr of Columbia and vicinity: Part-i?ripl& Tr- Tr'ce' ly cloudy, rather windy and VrVte irt 5Sj Tuesday's Tidal Predictions cower ruesaay wnn nign ra me 40s. Fair and cold Wednesday. Cape May to Hatteras: Variable cloudiness Tuesday with northwest winds 20 to 30 knots. Visibility 5 to 10 miles. Cape May to Btock Island: Small craft warnings with west- erly Winds 15 to 25 knots With steady; 12 Noon 29.96 Falling; 6 P. M higher gusts Tuesday. Partly " "5-GBEB day data cloudy with visibility over 0 miles. Pr .00 .CO .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 Tr. .00 .00 Mjiege. w Surviving him are his wife, the !oo I former Joan M. Hennessey; a $5son, Thoma; J., Jr., and a w daughter, Joan A. m A Solemn Requiem Mass will be sung at 10 A.M. Thursday at 2? the Church of the Most Blessed ioo: Sacrament, 56th st. and Chester $ ave. Burial vill be in SS. Peter 00 j and Paul Cemetery. "nil 'M AUBREY S. WALTON, SR., ;oi a retired farmer, died Sunday w at his home, Homestead Farm, ioojMarne highway in Moorestown, .W.M T XJa uroc CO Mr Walfnn I 1 e V . 11V HUiJ Vii 4,1 A f T BlIiUll Wirt Tide S;12 A. M. 5:30 P. M. year 46 Low Tide 11:11 A. OT. -u:ju r. ra. Normal for this date 40, CAPE MAY (Municipal Pier) Deficiency since November 1st 24 nigh Tide 4:32 A. M. 4:50 P. M. Deficiency since Jan. 1 169 Low Tide 10:31 A. M. 10:43 P. M. Total precipitation since Nov. 1st 1 .58 i .... XITir, rlTT c.i pi,,i Total precipitation since Jan. 1 38 53' Ifcw ?M A. M MP. M. ueticiency since Jan. i .os ,.-t- . M ,.., p m Barometric Pressure: 6 A. M. 29.98;""" i,uc "' "' " . , RKAIH HAVILn I Llllie LIE narDori High Tide 6:17 A. M. 6:35 P. M. Low Tide 12:13 A. M. 12:49 P. M. Monday 19 Season ,. 837 Normal 896 Died GANE On Nov. 27, 1967, WILLIAM A., husband of Margaret M. Gane, of 652 San Marino ave., Bryn Mawr. Funeral services will be held in the Church of the Redeemer, Pennswood rd., Bryn Mawr, Thurs., 11:30 A. M. Int. pvt. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Heart Fund in bit name will be appreciated. GETZ JOSEPHINE E. LABENZ, on Nov. 26, formerly of 3263 Chatham St.. wife of the late Edward W. Getz, and mother of Mrs. Josephine Raz-ier, also survived by four grandchildren. Relatives and friends, also BVM Sodality, are invited to funeral. Wed., 8:45 A. M., MICHAEL J. REILLY ft SON FUNERAL HOME, 2632 E. Allegheny ave. Solemn Requiem Mass, 10 A. M., Nativity BVM Church. Viewing Tuesday eve. GILM0RE Nov. 26, of 2723 Winchester ave., EMMA A., wife of the late Robert A. Gilmore. Relatives and friends are invited to services, Wed., 11 A. M., from the WELLIVER FUNERAL HOME. 4009 Decatur St. (at 7900 N. Frankford ave.). Int. private. Friends may call Tues. eve., 7 to 9 P. M. (Parking on premises.) GRANT Nov. 26, 1967, of 208 W. Wishart st., BERTHA (nee Auer). beloved wife of the late Robert A. Grant, Sr. Rela Died HARNf-.fi AT INLET High Tide 4:10 A. M. 4:28 P. M. Low Tide 10:27 A. M. 10:39 P. M. Weather for Tuesday Based on Official Forecasts n i i i (A irIT4 W J 111 1ZS V4' ! Jg o raw Irfei-!-- FAIR aouor ii SNOWlilHH RAIN V STATIC WIND i COiO BBS WARM i FRONT h t 5 iniictut tow lit erenwre. UnUrttM wttlhtr. rKllM f morcmenl u4 tpf . v ,rJ 6or)Jrr of mat mt STATIC FRONT or BAROMETER ent tf,,t qui mevht, nwlV tJ witthtr JtsVS iitjicttit Argfc tir pftuurt, finrM w(Acr, streetoil ' iorinnt tna iptta was a director of the Patrons Mutual Casualty Insurance Co. in Moorestown and a member of the Moorestown Grange No. 8. In 1950 be was honored by the Burlington County Board of, tives and friends are invited to fu Agriculture with, the Qutstand- Tomwivuimtxx ing Service tO Agriculture E. Lehih ave. Solemn Requiem award. He was a member Of Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends caU the Moorestown Monthly Meet- Wednesday eve. ing. Surviving are his wife, the grEN iormer MaDei uuaiey; a aaugn- Raymond c, sr., Nov. 27, 1967, ter, Mrs. C. William Haines: of Jenkintown, Pa., husband of Sadie eight grandchildren, and eight p. m., Wed., at Grace Presbyterian Church, York and Vista rds., Jenkintown. Int. private. In lieu of flowers. contributions may be sent to Jenkin- LUCYK Of 406 White Horse pk., Devonshire, N. J., on Nov. 26. 1967, MICHAEL LUCYK. Funeral Thurs., 8:30 A. M., at WIMBERG FUNERAL HOME, 400 Liverpool ave.. Egg Harbor City, N. J. Requiem Mass. 9:30 A. M.. St Nicho as Church. Egg Harbor, N. J. Int. Holy Cross Cem., Mays Landing. N. J Friends may caU Wed. eve., 7 to 9. LUDLOW ANN MILLER, Nov. 26, beloved wife of Benjamin Ludlow, Jr., mother of Benjamin, 3d, and John C. Ludlow, of El Paso; sister of Henry C. L. Miller, of Pichmond, Mrs. Kendrlck Bellows, of Plainfield, N. J., and Paul L. Miller, of New Vernon, N. J. Memorial service at 5:30 P. M., on Nov. 30, at St. John's Church, Cold Spring Harbor, N. J. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to Abbott Academy, Andover, Mass. MAGAM Nov. 25, 1967, MATTHEW J., of the Griscom Apts., husband of Florence nee Smyth) and father of Edward M. Magan. Relatives, friends, San Domin go Council K. of C, Archbishop Ryan General Assembly, and employes of Phila. Gas Works invited to funeral Thurs., 9:30 A. M., NULTY FUNERAL HOME, Frankford ave. and Church st. Solemn Requiem Mass St. Joachim s Church, M A. M. Int. New Cathedral Cem. Friends may call Wed., after 7 P. M. Mass Memorials preferred. MAXWELL On Nov. 26, 1967. MARIE (nee Ku-jawa), wife of John R. Maxwell, of 415 Holly lane, Wynnewood, Pa. Friends may call at the McCONW-GHY FUNERAL HOME, Lancaster and Wyoming avenues., Ardmore, Tues. eve., 7-9. Services and int. at Rochester, N. Y. In lieu of flowers please make donation in her name to the American Cancer Society. McCURDY On Nov. 26, 1967, JOHN K. McCURDY, of Rose Valley Rd., Moylan. husband of Valma Schlosbon McCurdy. Service for relatives and friends Wed., 2 P. M.. OLIVER H. BAIR CO. SUBURBAN WEST. 301 West Chester Pike, Havertown, where friends may call Tues., 7 to 9 P. M. Int. private. great-grandchildren. RAYMOND C. GREEN, found- town Day Nursery or Jeanes Hospital. er of a nlumbinff and heating suddIv house in Jenkintown. GROSS J l ii:..,.. On Nov. 26. 1967, BERTHA D., uieu iuouaay ai Aumgioj. iviera- daughter of the late Adam C. and Orial Hospital. He was 81 and Adeline S. Gross, formerly of Lans- 1 : 1 L -i ti t IT-J.: : I - - "-' -- uveu ai iui iuaueira ave. mi and friends are invited to call wed. Jenkintown Mr Green wa a after 1:30 p. M., at the spencer t. e.nK.mown. wr. ureen was a videon a son funeral home. Charter member Of the Jenkin- Garrett rd. at Shadeland ave., Drexel town Rotary Club. He is SUr- John the Evangelist ' Church ian vived by his wife, the former aowne. p. mt. Arlington um, Sadie Maxwell; a son, Raymond HACKET c., jr., tour aaugnters, Mrs. wu- elwood h., on Nov. 25, 67, of 3703 ham McNeary, Mrs. James C. 7. (ierman, Mrs. WUliam a. POW- U.I.U. and employes of King Bed- ...J vfi,.:. Ti- . oing lo. are invnea 10 me service ers and Kathenne M. ; a sister, Wed , j P- M- from the pariors of Mrs. Louis Schneider; 11 grand- harold b. mulligan, 1119 w. Children and eight great-grand 1 Friends are invited Tues. eve.. V9. ROCHE Nov. 25, 1967. of 1933 S. Salford St.. JAMES T . husband of the late Catherine (nee Tully). father of Catherine M. Roche, brother of Mother Clara Louise and Julia Roche. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral Wed., 8:30 A. M.. MARVILL FUNER AL HOME, 1110 Main St., Darby, Pa. Requiem High Mass, Most Blessed Sacrament Church, io A. M. Int. Calvary Cem. Friends call Tues. eve.. 7 to 9. RUDESYLE RICHARD B., November 26. 1967, of 7927 Roanoke st.. Chestnut Hill. Solemn Requiem Mass Our Mother of Consatellation Church, Thurs., 10 A.M. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may call Wednesday eve. at KIRK & NICE, 6301 Germantown ave. Died Rev. Jacob G. Losch, Church Leader, 62 The Rev. Jacob G. Losch, district superintendent of the New Apostolic Church of North America for Pennsylvania, died Monday at his home. He was 62 ana lived at saia is. 13th st. ' Rites Scheduled For Maj. Hezel Private services will be con ducted Wednesday for Maj. Karl Dieter Hezel, an electronic warfare officer in the U. S. Air Force, who died Nov. 17 in a plane crash at Takli Air Base, ;A native of Germany, he was a minister for 35 years. Survivors include his wife, the former Frieda Nahm; his mother, Mrs. Christine Notter; a son, Herman; a daughter, Mrs. Dorothea Freund; two brothers, William and Herman; a sister, Mrs. Pauline Muller, and five grandchildren. Services will be held Wednes- Ze eZe.W.APS'lThailand. He louc v-iiurcil, rv aim Cayuga sia.,i . with burial services at North-at 2147B Culver dr., Wilmington, wood Cemetery at 10 A. M.'Del. children. HAIGES urYTCD r unvrrinuvDV Suddenly, on Nov. 26. 1967. of 3306 nnbibn mumuuiuin, Vi.n, - It r-nuARn w. heinvn manager Of the equipment ,di- husband of Thelma Haiges nee Coo- . tj,,: nn ney ana lamer oi mrs. inuiimi ivus- VlSlOn Of Union Paving CO. ID .imer and Robert, of San Jose. Calif. WvnnouinnH anrl an pmnlnvp for Relatives and friends, also memDers wynnewooa ana an employe ior of Cedar Grove church Rising Sun 40 years, died Sunday at Rush ave. and Tabor rd.. and employe TT J ., ti . of Haskell 8t Dawes, Div. of Warner nospuai lu iviaivciu. ne was oi Swayze, are invited to services. i;.,i n tea niri T annict,, wen.. I r. m., trom me nauci auu mcu ov FUNERAL HOME, Front and West- rd., Berwyn. Survivors include moreland sts. Int. Lawnview Cem. ,: uA 4nr-r m,. t Friends may call Tues. eve. fPark- his wife, the former Mary l. ing in the wndey lot.) m ueu of Smith; tWO SOns, George and flowers, nations to the ceair urove jonn; a aaugnier, wrs. i,aurei ta Martin; two sisters, Grace and Mrs. Eva Armor; and nine grandchildren. Deaths Elsewhere Bishop 'Jozsef Petery, 77, of UAC, Hungary, who was interned in 1953 when he refused to allow government interference in his Diocese. Released in 1963, he asked the Pope to be allowed to resign on grounds of age last January. Gen. Albert Lee Sneed (Ret.), a pioneer in U. S. military avia tion, in Pinehurst, N. C. He was 83. Gen. Sneed served in both World Wars and was one of the first officers t ify as a piioc. Died Thursday. Mrs. J. B. Baker, Of Downington Joseph A. . .ville, retired nrecirlunt nf Columbia Pictures Was 33 and livediTfnn.tin!1i j nrmnnrl Hear-h Fla. He was 79. Mr. McConville retired 14 years ago as head of the foreign operations of the parent firm, Columbia Pictures Inc. Mrs. .Inspnh Rovd Baker, a widow, died Sunday in Chester! ba m?d.alf Born in Germany, Maj. Hezel attended Temple University and received degrees from the University of Miami and the Air Force Institute of Technology. He was sent to Vietnam in April .-"d held various air and corn- Mrs. Lily Mendes-France, wife of the former leftwing French Premier Pierre Mendes-France, in Paris. They were married in Mirvivinp are. ms wue. nnu- i t- i. Cniintv Wftcnitjil WpsI Chester t-.-.i.. I menaes-r ranee was a rrencn , .. es. a son lt A Briprime Minister in 1950s ane was me iormer jane ureese son, John j. uaoer, ana ni while a member of the Radical and lived at 517 E. Lancaster. parents, Mr. ana Jirs. xwan r. party avp DnwninPtnwn- iiiezei. The granddaughter of the late Andrew Gregg Curtin, Gover MRS. HAROLD P. WARD, the Died BOYLE Nov. 2S. 1967. of 4640 N. Marvine st. ANDREW J.. husband of the late Emma M. Mount Boyle and father of Mrs. Bernadine McCarthy, Mrs. Claire Siekinger, Mrs. Doris Mainart, Mrs. Loretta Wiater, Mrs. Thelma Koegel, Mrs. Jeanette Brodbeck, IS erandchildren and 1 great-granocmia. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Wednesday, 9 A. M., DINNIEN FUNERAL HOME, 513S N. Broad St. (cor. Duncannon ave.). Solemn Requiem Mass, Holy Child Church, 10 A. M. Int. private. Friends may caU Tuesday eve., 7 to 10. BRENNAN Nov. a, 1967, THOMAS (Pete Brefl-nan), in his 52d year, husband of Kathryn Lutes Brennan. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Wed.. 8:30 A. M.. from the TITUS FUNERAL HOME, 6948 Torresdale ave. Requiem High Mass, St. Dom inic's Church. 10 A. M. Int. Holy sep ulchre Cem. Friends may call Tues. eve.. 7 to 9. BUCHANAN MARGARET, on Nov. 23, 197, of 1106 Bloomdale road, wife of William N. Buchanan. Service and int. private. HARKINS Nov. 26. 1967. of 3352 N. Philip st., formerly of Co. Mayo, Ireland, JOHN S., beloved husband of the late Delia (nee O Hara), father of Jonn HarKins, Jr., Mrs. Catherine Bowden, Mrs. Mary Wabby. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral Thurs., 8 A. M., from the CHARLES J. O'NEILL FUNERAL HOME, Mascher and Tioga sts. Solemn Requiem Mass. 9 A. M., Church of St. Hugh. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may call Wed. eve. (Ample parking.) HARTMAN Of Moorestown, N. J., on Nov. 26, 1967, JOHN C, aged 21, son of Mar-jorie (nee Lycette) and -John H. Hartman. Services and int. private. Memorial contributions to S. L. E. Division of Arthritis. 311 S. Juniper St.. Phila.. Fa. HEZEL KARL DIETER, Major, on Nov. 17, 1967. of 2147 B Culver drive, Wilmington, Del., husband of Frances (nee Osowski) Hezel. Services and interment at the convenience of the family. Friends may call Tues. eve. at the KANIEFSKI FUNERAL HOME. 2524 W. 3d St., Chester. HOWELL On Nov. 24, 1967, HATTIE CHAPMAN, wife of the late Alexander Howell. Graveside service, 3 P. M., on Wed., at Mt. Moriah Cem. McMASTER Nov. :3. 1967, ANNA (nee McKain), wife of George McMaster, of Atlantic City, N. J., and formerly of South Phila. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral Wed., 9 A. M.. RUFFENACH FUNERAL HOME, 21st st. and Snyder ave. Solemn Requiem Mass, St. Thomas Aquinas Church, 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends may call Tues. eve. Mcpherson HARRY, SR., beloved husband of Lauretta McPherson (nee Pole) and father of Harry, Jr., of 1432 N. 30th St.. on Sat., Nov. 25, 1967. Rela. tives, friends, members of Christian Ministerial Assoc. Sanctuary Methodist Church, Walter Gearty Post 315 A. L., Union Assembly 30, A.O.M.P. and retired employes of Phlia. post Office invited to service Wed., 2 P. M. GILBERT H. SCHOBERT FUNERAL HOME. 1677-79 Harrison St., Frank ford. Int. Mt. Peace Cem. Friends may call Tues. eve. after 7. Delaware papers please copy. MINTER MARY ELCOCK. Nov. 26, 1957, of the Leamy Home, mother of Mrs. Willis Gilmore, sister of Mrs. Barbara H. Boyer and Mrs. Anna E. Asquith. Service Thurs., 11 A. M., St. Paul's Episcopal Church, York rd. and Ashbourne rd., Elkins Park. Int. in adjoining churchyard. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to SL Paul's Church Mem. Fund. MONTGOMERY On Nov. 26, 1967, WALTER B., husband of Mary T. Montgomery, of 750 Old Lancaster road, Berwyn, Pa., formerly of Drexel Hill and Phoenixville, Pa., aged 61. Funeral services will be held from the ALLEVA FUNERAL HOME, 1724 E. Lancaster ave., Paoli, Pa., on Wed., at 11 A. M. Int. Mt. Moriah Cem. Viewing Tues. eve. aft. 7. MOORE Nov. 25, 1967, HELEN C. MOORE, wife of the late Dr. Joseph A. Moore. Requiem Mass at St. Patrick's R. C. Church, 20th below Locust St., on Tues., Nov. 28, at 10 A. M. Int. New Cathedral Cem. No viewing. SALMIERI Nov. 24, 1967, CARMEN, of 1918 S. Sartain St., beloved husband of Esther (nee Parifico) and devoted father of Joseph Salmieri. Relatives and friends Invited to funeral Wed., 9 A. M., from GANGEMI FUNERAL HOME, Broad and Wolf sts. Requiem Mass, Epiphany Church, 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends may call Tues. eve. SCKMITT Nov. 24, 1967, FLORENCE (nee Benfer), of 4647 L'mbria st., wife of the late Herman Schmitt. Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral services Wed., 1:30 P. M., from the JOHN J. STRITTMATTER FUNERAL HOME. 186 Green lane. Int. Hillside Cem. Viewing Tues. eve. after 7. Parking on premises. SHAPIRO Nov. 27, 19S7. NATHANIAL, hus band of Esther (nee Israel), of 900 Emerson St.. Apt. 207-W, father of Marlilyn Epstein, Suzanne Glaser and Donald Shapiro; brother of tveiyn Bobly and Freda Rutenberg; also survived by five grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to services, Tues., 11 A. M., JOSEPH LE-YINE & SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS. N. Broad St. above 71st ave. Int. Montefiore Cem. Family will return to the late residence. SHINQLER Nov. 25, CLARENCE D., beloved husband of Minnie R. (nee Dough' erty), of 4219 N. Darien st. Relatives, friends and members of F. & A. M, 292. are invited to services Wed., 11 A. M., from J. M. CAMPBELL FU NERAL HOME, 500 E. Benner st. (at 6100 N. Rising Sun ave.). Int. Hillside Cem., Fullerton, Pa. Viewing Tues. eve. Masonic service 8 P. M. SIRIANNI ARCHIE (Achille). of 142 W. Highland ave., suddenly, Nov. 26. He is survived by five children, Mrs. Rose Coppola, Mrs. Frances Argentina, Mrs. Stella Stefanelli, Mrs. Camilla Cardamone and Mr. Archie Sirianni, Jr.: 13 grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. Solemn Requiem Mass Wed., 10 A. M., Mother of Consolation Church. Friends may call Tues. eve., 7 to 10, at KIRK & NICE, 6301 Germantown ave. THOMPSON On November 23, 1967, WILLIAM BLACKFORD THOMPSON, of 256 Montgomery ave., Haverford, Pa., son of the late Mr. It Mrs. Wirt L. Thompson. Funeral services at St. Martin's Church. Radnor. P Tuesday. Nov. 21. at 12:30 P. M. Int private. In lieu of flowers, contributions may he made to St. Martin's Church Memorial Fund. TODD On Nov. 25. 1967. NORMAN W., husband of Mildred (nee Coombs), ol 927 Columbia ave., Palmyra, N. J., age 66 years. Survived by a daughter, Mrs. Doris T. Schweizer. Funeral services Wed., 11 A. M.. at the SNOVER FUNERAL HOME. Route 130 Cinnaminson, N. J. Int. Harleigh Cem., Camden. N. J. Viewing Wed., 9 30 to 11 A. M. TROUT Nov. 26. 1967, CALVIN H.. husband of Mary Clay Trout, of 536 Wales rd., Havertown. Relatives, friends, em ployes of Haverford Township and Harold Kluge Post No. 311 V.F.W., are invited to the FUNERAL HOME OF JOHN STRETCH. E. Eagle and St. Denis rd. (Oakmont), Havertown, Wed., 7 to 9 P. M., and to the services Thurs., 10:30 A. M. Int. Long-wood Cem. MURPHY In Meraoriam nor of Pennsylvania during the'Monday at Jefferson Hospital Civil War, she was a memberighe was 75 and lived at 79011 of St. James Episcopal Church, Roosevelt blvd. Surviving is her Downington, and was active in husband. the Society of Friends. Surviving are three sons, Joseph B., Randolph B. and Andrew B.; a daughter, Mrs. Sally B. Mc-llvaine, Jr., 14 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Memorial services will be held at 11 A.M. Thursday at St. James Episcopal Church. Inter ment will HUNTER In memory of our dear friend, BOB, who passed away November 28, 1966. Marion and John. Cemetery, Downington. fl WFR5TFB RTCF rptired But many silent tears are shed, I. WLBMLK KILL, reiireu When others are asleep sales representative for Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc., New York, died Monday at Bryn Mawr Hospital. He was 65 and lived at 436 Red Fox rd. in Strafford, Chester county. He was a member of the Philadelphia Chemical Club and Philadelphia Drug Exchange. He is survived by his wife, the former Fdythe Wibon; two daughters, Mrs. Susan R. Haag and Mrs. Constance Rus sell; a brother, Winston A. Rice, and five grandchildren. MRS. PATRICK J. McGRATH, the former Elizabeth G. Whalen, died Monday at Country Manor Nursing Home, Toms River, N. J. She was 82 tnd lived at 44 E. 16th st., Surf City, N. J. She and her late husband operated the Surf Villa Hotel in Surf City until 1955. Surviving are two daughters, Mary and Mrs. Kathryn Beall. Other Obituaries On Page 16 former Mary E. Bagnell, died! ANDERSON HENRY, suddenly, on Nov. 26, 1967, of 863 Tyson ave., Roslyn, Pa., husband of Ellen (nee Danielson). Services Thurs., 2 P. M., WILLIAM R. MAT FUNERAL HOME. Easton rd. and Keswick ave., Glenside. Int. Hillside Cem. Friends may call Wed., 7-9 P. M. BAKF.R On Nov. 26, 1967, JANE BREESE BAiiE,., of ouwiungtown. Pa., wife of the late Joseph Boyd Baker. Memorial Services from the St. James Episcopal Church, Downingtown, Pa., Thursday morning at 11 A. M. Int. Northwood Cem., Downingtown, Pa. At the request of the family, there will be no viewing. In lieu of flowers. Please make contributions to the Center County Tuberculosis Society, Box 359, Bellefonte. Pa. 16823. BAR0NE Nov. 25, 1967, GIOIELLA (nee Di-Canzio), wife of the late Berardo, of 1511 N. Robinson St., mother of Mrs. Ida DelVecchio, Mrs. Anna Mattiace and Joseph Barone. Relatives, friends. alf societies of which she was a member are invited to the funeral Wednesday, 9 A. M., from lGENITO'S FUNERAL HOME, 700 N. 63d st. Sol emn Requiem Mass. St. Donato's JAC0.UINT0 RITA T Nov. 1, 1966. In loving memory of my wife, and our mother. We are sad within our memory. . . . , .! L.oneiy our ueai is vuuaj . be in WormwOOdl For the one we loved so dearly. Has forever been called away. We think of her in silence. No eye may see us weep, FRANK AND DAUGHTERS. JACQUINT0 RITA T. In loving memory of my dear mother on her birthday, Nov. 28, 1967. Gone, dear mother, gone forever. How we miss youi smiling face. But you left us to remember, None on earth can take your place. A happy home we once enjoyed. How sad with memory still, But death has left a loneliness. The world can never fill. Always in my thoughts. Sadly daughter Bunny and son-in-law Buddy. Died AGNEW On Nov. 26. 1967. CATHERINE Me-GOUGH, beloved wife of John P. Agnew, of 6431 Buist ave., of Co. Monaghan, Ireland. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Thurs., 8 A. M., from the KING FUNERAL HOME, 2649-51 S. 64th st. Solemn Requiem Mass, Church of St. Barnabas. 9:30 A. M. Int. SS. Peter fc Paul Cem. Friends may call Wed. eve. ALEXANDER FRIEDA R. Nov. 3, 1967. of Reformed Church Home, Wyncote, Pa., widow of Ralph I. Alexander. Servires Thurs., 10 A. M.. THIES-FREED FUNERAL HOME, 124 N. Easton road, Glenside. Int. West Hazleton, Pa. AMFELD November 27. 1967. LENA AMFELD, of 1119 S. 8th St., wife of the late Abraham Amfeld, devoted mother of Louis and sister of Mrs. Dorothy Med-way. Services Wed., 1:30 P. M.. at BERSCHLER'S, 4300 N. Broad St. Int. Mount Lebanon Cem. CARINE November 28, 1967, ANNA (nee Messina), widow of Anthony, mother of Frank, Joseph, Charles, William, Mrs. Angelina Carriero, Mrs Mary ixiranaa, Mrs. Antoinette Nardone. Also survived by 13 grandchildren and 7 greatgrandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Thursday, 8:45 A. M., from PENNA. BURIAL CO.. 1327-29 S. Broad st. Solemn Requiem Mass St. Mary Magdalen Church at 9:45 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Wednesday eve. CASEY Nov. 27, 1967, of 155 K. Meehan ave., MARTIN F., husband of the late Mary A. Casey (nee Atwood) and brother of Joseph, Frank, Adam, Daniel and Mrs. Margaret Relinger. Solemn Requiem Mass, Thurs., 10 A. M., Holy Cross Church, Mt. Airy. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Relatives and friends may call at the FYFE, AUER ft BOYD FUNERAL HOME, 7047 Germantown ave.. Wed. eve. CHAPMAN Nov. 25. 1967. FLORENCE LAM- BERTON, wife of the late George A., mother of Edward L. Chapman, 626 Beverly blvd., upper Darby. Services and interment private. DALY Nov. 25, 1967. formerly of Newport, County Mayo, Ireland, and of 826 Kenmore road, DELIA, wife of the late Patrick Daly (nee Green) and survived by three sons, John, Carol, Dennis.; two daughters, Mrs. Theresa Meagher and Mrs. Madge Kuhn and grandmother of Sr. Michael Denise, S.J. Relatives, friends and B.V.M. So dality are invited to funeral Wed., 8:30 A. M EDWARD C. DAVIS. 6642 Lansdowne ave. Solemn Mass of Requiem, St. Callistus Church, 9:30 A. M. Int SS Ptter & Paul Cem. Friends may call after 4 P. M. Tues. It is deeply appreciated that offerings be sent to Sisters of St. Joseph Bldg. Fund, Mt. St. Joseph, Chestnut HilL Pa., in place of flowers. DEG0DA MAX, on Nov. 26, 1967, ef 215 Blaine ave . Seaside Heights, N. J., husband of the late Elizabeth Degoda. Relatives and friends are invited to at-tnH the funeral Thurs.. at 8:30 A. M., Church, 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. I from the KANIEFSKI FUNERAL HOME, 2524 W. Third St., cnesier. Requiem Holy Liturgy, St. Nicholas ISRAEL Nov. 26, CHARLES, husband of Goldie Israel, of 4742 N. 9th st.. father of Etta Davidow and Lillian Weinstein, brother of Esther Turner and Samuel Israel, also survived by four grandchildren ana five greatgrandchildren. Funeral services Tues., 2:45 P. M., at BERSCHLER'S, 4300 N. Broad st. (at the Blvd.). Int. Har Nebo Cem. Family will return to 4742 N. 9th st. JACOBS Nov ?t. 107. HOWARD JACOBS. of Shirley Court Apts., Upper Darby, husband of Rebecca strong jacoDS. Service for relatives and friends Tues., 11 A. M., OLIVER H. BAIR CO. (Suburban West). 301 west inesier pike, Havertown. Int. private. KELLER Nov. 26, 1967, SARAH (nee Strauss), wife of Harry, of 5123 Whitaker ave., mother of Elaine Jasper and Norman Keller, daughter of Rose and the late Samuel Strauss, sister of Freda Korotin, Frances and Jules Strauss. Relatives and mentis are invited to services, Tues., 10 A. M., JOSEPH LEVINE & SON MEMORIAL CHAPELS, N. Broad st. above 71st ave. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family wiU return to the late residence. SMITH Of 5349 Belfield ave., Nov. 25, 1967. IDA K., wife of the late William L. Smith. Relatives and friends are in vited to services Wed., 10 A. M.. Germantown Funeral Home of J. WESLEY CRAFT SON, 5202 Wayne ave. Int. Hillside Cem. Friends may call Tues., 7 to 9 P. M. Parking on premises. SOWERS BLANCHE R., formerly of Glenside, Pa., suddenly, Nov. 24, 1967, wife of th late Isaac J. Sowers. Relatives and friends invited to service Wed., 1 P. M., THIES-FREED FUNERAL HOME, 124 N. Easton road, Glenside, Pa. Int. Chews Landing, N. J. Friends may call Tues. eve. SPUDIS Nov. 26, 1967, PAUL, of 1219 S. 5th St., beloved husband of Helen (nee Mitskas) and beloved father of Miss Helen A. Spudis and brother of Frank. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral Thurs., 9:30 A. M., from MICHAEL J. BIGENIS FUNERAL HOME, 311 Wharton St. Solemn Requiem Mass, St. Casimir's Church, 10:30 A. M. Int. St. Dominic's Cem. Friends may call Wed. eve. ULMAN Nov. 26, 1967. of 7315 N. 20th st, OLGA G., wife of the late Harry, aged 71. Relatives, friends and members of St. Peter's Lutheran Church are invited to the funeral Sat., 10:30 A. M., from ROBERT B. ROWLAND FUNERAL HOME, 7013-15 Torresdale ave. Int. Forest Hills Cem. Friends may call Sat. after 9:30 A. M. No viewing Fri. eve. URBAN0 Nov. 24. 1967, DOMENICA (nee Ra-pagnani), of 2631 S. 18th St.. beloved mother of Gaetano Urbano, Mrs. Anna Lamond, Mrs. Pat Savini, Mrs. Vincent Rossi and sister of Mrs. Lucy Meloni. Also 8 grandchildren and 4 great - grandchildren. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Thurs., 9 A. M, from GANGEMI FUNERAL HOME, Broad & Wolf sts. Solemn Requiem Mass, St. Monica's Church, 19 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends may call Wed. eve. VIOLA Nov. 25, GIOVANNI, husband of Santina (nee Ristano), of 1738 S. Cleveland st.. father of Mrs. Lucy Riggio and Joseph Viola; also 6 ' grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral Wed., 8 A. M., from LEONETTI FUNERAL HOME, N. E. cor. Broad and Wolf sts. Solemn Requiem Mass, St. Thomas Church, 9 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Tues. after J P. M. (Parking facilities.) f WAGENBAUR DOROTHY E., formerly of Phila., Pa., Nov. 26, 1967, in Carlisle, Pa. Funeral services Wed., 112967. Burial Hillside Cem. in Roslyn at 1:30 P. M. WALTON, SR. Of Moorestown, N. J., on Nov. 26. 1967. AUBREY S., husband of Mabel S. Walton, in his 90th year. Funeral services Wed., 1:30 P. M., Moorestown Friends Meeting House, Main Street at Chester Ave., Moorestown. Int. Pvt. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Greenleaf Home, Moorestown, N, i. WARD Suddenly, Nov. 25. WILLIAM J., be- ' loved husband of Jeanne F. Ward (nee Fitzmaurice) and father of Mary Ellen, Teresa and William J., Jr., of 618 E. Olney ave. Relatives and friends. Phila. Lodge 5. F.O.P.. employes of Frankford Arsenal invited to' funeral Wed., 8:45 A. M., at MANN FUNERAL HOME, 219 W. Tabor rd. Solemn Requiem Msss, St. Ambrose . Church. 10 A. M. Friends may call Tues. eve. WARD Of Act. 17. 7901 Roosevelt blvd., Nov. 27, 1967, MARY E. (nee Bagnell). wife of Harold P. Ward and aunt of Sr. Teresita Mary, O.S.F. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral, Thurs., 8:30 A. M from the FLUEHR FUNERAL HOME, 3301-15 Cottman ave. Solemn Requiem Mass, St. Matthew's Church, 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends call Wednesday eve. Friends may call Tuesday eve., 7 to 10. BEITCHER Nov. 26, 1967, REBECCA, wife of Meyer, of 925 E. Westmoreland St., mother of Mr. Martin Beitcher, Mr. Sidney Beitcher and Mr. Walter Beitcher, sister of Mrs, Jennie Shef-sky; also survived by 5 grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Tues., 12:30 P. M. precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad st. Int. Montefiore Cem. Shiva will be observed at 120 W. Walnut Park drive. BIRRER Nov. 27, LOUIS, busband of Rose Birrer. of 416 Rand St., Camden, father of Iris Fay Levy and Dr. Allen S. Birrer, brother of Lena Reiff and Rose Korman. Alto survived by 3 grandchildren. Funeral services Tues.. 3 P. M.. at the DAVID B. BERSCHLER FUNERAL CHAPELS, 5341 State Highway 2T38, Pennsauken, N. J. -Int Crescent Burial Park. Family will return to 416 Rand St., Camd-n. BLOCK On Nov. 26, of 135 Hampden road, Upper Darby, ROY A., husband of the late Mary Irene Thompson Block. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral service Wed., 11 A M. at the DILL FUNERAL HOME. 23 Bishop Hollow road, Newtown Square. Int. Glenwood Memorial Cardens. Friends may call Tuesday eve, Russian Orthodox Church. 9:30 A. M Int. Lawn Croft Cem. Friends may call Wed. eve. Parastas at f. ni. DERRINGER EDNA M. DERRINGER, of 219 W. Sparks St., on Nov. 27, 1967. daughter of the late Morris and Laura Derringer. Relatives, friends and members of St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Olney are invited to call Wed.. 7 to 9 P. M., and to the funeral services Thurs.. 11 A. M., at the DEETER FUNERAL HOME, 5800 N. 5th st. Int. Mt. Peace Cem. DUDZIEC CATHERINE, Nov. 26, 1967. formerly of 1141 E. Berks St.. beloved mother of Edward Debicki. also survived by 1 granddaughter. Relatives and friends, Polish Women's Alliance of America Gr. US, Polish Beneficial Assoc. Gr. 51. are invited to funeral Wed., 8:30 A. M.. from the JOHN J. CERANKOWSKI FUNERAL HOME. 2635 Orthodox st. Requiem Mass, St. Laurentius Church, 10 A. M. Burial Holy Sepulchre Cem. Viewin Tues. evening. FARROW rin nn tl 1WT7 CVtWtC.V. BALL rARRnw Service far relatives and fri-n-s on Wed., 1 P. M., OLIVER H. BAIR'S, 1820 Chestnut st. int. Mem odist Cem Pembertea. N. J. KELLER JOSEPH J., Nov. 25, of 2540 S. Rosewood St., father of Francis A. Schloe-gel and brother of Mrs. Marie Mc-Cun. Relatives and friends, members of the Hermitage-Pescatore V.F.W. Post, and P.R.R. Brotherhood Assn. are invited to funeral services Wed., 1ft A M.. at STOLFO FUNERAL HOME, 2536-38 S. Broad st. Int. Oakland Cem. Viewing Tues. eve., 7 to 10. K0PPE Nov. 25, 1967. of 1663 Harrison St., ALFRED C. (FRED), husband of Matilda (nee Tryon-Snyder). Relatives and friends are invited to tne services Wed., 11 A. M., McCLURG FUNERAL HOME, 1665 Harrison St.. (Fkd.). Int. Magnolia Cem. Friends call Tues. eve. LASHINSKAS Nov. 24, STANLEY, of 131 Fernon St., husband of Reglna M. (nee Kane) and beloved father of Mrs. Regina F. Hollweck and son of Felix and beloved brother of Miss Bernice and Joseph. Relatives and friends, members of St. Casimir's C.W.V.'s Post Jf652 and all veterans and members of the McGrail Club invited to funeral Thurs, 8:15 A. M.. JOS. KAVA-LAUSKAS FUNERAL HOME. 1601-03 S 2d st. Solemn Requiem Mass, St. Casimir's Church, 9:30 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends may call Wed. eve. LEWIS Of Bustleton, Nov. 25. 1967. GERTRUDE H., wife of the late John B. Lewis. Services Thurs., 11 A. Al , at the FLETCHER FUNERAL HOME, 9529 Bustleton ave. Int. St. Luke s Churchyard. Friends may call Wed. after 7 P. M. LITTLE Nov 25, 1967. of 2327 77th ave., MARY (nee Wark). wife of the late James Little nd mother of Mrs. Margaret L. Irwin, Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Thurs.. 2PM, KIRK NICE, 6301 German-town ave. Int. Northwood Cem. Friends may caU Thurs. after 1 P. M. L0NGAKER Suddenly. Nov. 76, 1967, of 7669 A Washington lane. Lynnewood Gardens, MARY M., wife of the late G. Alfred Brooke Longaker and mother of Lillian M. Longaker. Services Wed., 1 P M., KIRK NICE, 6301 German-town ave. There will be no viewing. Nov. 26, 1967, WILLIAM J., husband of Margaret Hartnett Murphy, of 940 Haverford rd., Bryn Mawr, Pa. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral. Wed.. 8:30 A. M.. from the McCONAGHY FUNERAL HOME, Lancaster and Wyoming aves., Ardmore. Solemn Requiem Mass, Our Mother of Good Counsel Church, 9:30 A. M. Int. Calvary Cem. Friends may call Tues. from 7 to 9. MYERS Nov. 26, 1967. ALEXANDER, of 1307 E. Johnson St., dear brother of Dorothy Myers, services tues., l P. M-, precisely at ROSENBERG'S k RAPHAEL SACKS. 4720 N. Broad st. Int. Har Nebo Cera. Family will be at his late residence. OLSON Nov. 26. 1967. of 675 Harrison ave. Ardsley, Pa., JOHN M-, husband of Gerda Olson. Relatives and friends are invited to services Thurs., 10:30 A. M., KIRK & NICE, 6301 German- town ave. Jnt. Nortnwooo cem. Friends may call Wed. eve. OWENS Nov. 25. 1967, formerly of 643 S. 55th St., FRANK J., SR., husband of the late Mary T. (nee McKernan). Relatives and friends invited to the High Mass of Requiem, Church of the Transfiguration, Wednesday, 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. (No viewing.) PALMERICK Nov. 26, 1967, KRISTINE, aged 16, beloved daughter of John and Mary. Relatives and friends are invited to the viewing. Wed. eve., from the PARLORS OF PETER S. MURI-ANKA, 5316 Rising Sun ave. Burial service 1 P. M. Thurs., SS. Peter & Paul Albanian Orthodox Church. Hancock and Oxford sts. Int. Oakland Cem. (Parking plaia In rear by attendants). PAUL Nov. 25, of Willow Grove, DAVID, husband of the late Matilda (nee Dittinger). Relatives, friends, also members of Friendship Lodge ir400, F. & A. M., are invited to service on Wed., 11 A. M., from the Calvary Presbyterian Church, Willow Grove. Friends may call Tues. eve. at the church. In lieu of flowers, please send contributions to the above-named church as a memoriam. PIST0IA Nov 26. SYLVESTOR, beloved husband of Marie (nee Caruso), of 2046 S. Bonsall st., father of Mrs. Arlene Tomassand, Mrs. Barbara Anderson, Robert and Richard. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral Wed., 9 A. M., from LEONETTI FUNERAL HOME, N. E. cor. Broad and Wolf sts. Solemn Requiem Mass, 10 A. M., St. Edmond's Church. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Tues. after 7 P. M. (Parkin facilities.) P0FFARL FREDERICK P.. of 730 Hamel ave., Ardsley. Pa., Nov. 26. 1967. husband of Gladys Short Poffarl. Relatives and friends invited to service Wed., 2:30 P M., THIES-FREED FUNERAL HOME, 124 N. Easton road, Glenside, Pa. Int. Hillside Cem. No viewing. In lieu of flowers, please contribute to the Library Fund of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Fox Chase road and Forrest ave.. Jenkintown, Pa. WEBER 'Nov. 25, 1967. EDWARD H., husband of Beatrice J. (nee Roberts), of 5121 Baltimore ave. Relatives, friends and Cpl. Edwin M. Langley Post 3509, V.F.W., Wildwood, N. J., are invited to the funeral Wed., 8:30 A. M., at the McGILLIN FUNERAL HOME, 45th and Baltimore ave. High Mass of Requiem, 10 A. M., Church of St. Francis de Sales. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends may call Tues. eve. ZARZECKI Nov. 25, 1967, JOHN, SR., of 2329 East Hagert st., husband of Sophie Zarzecki and father of John, Joseph, Anthony, Edward Zarzecki and Helen Stojak. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral Wed., 8 A. M., BURNS FUNERAL HOME, 1128 E. Columbia ave. (at Fkd. ave.). High Requiem Mass, St. Laurentius Church, 9 A. M. Viewing Tues. eve. STERN Nov. 26, LOUIS, husband of Lillian Stern, of 10153 Bridle rd.. father of Harvey Stern, brother of Mrs. Bernard (Anne) Klein, Mrs. Esther Gold and Herman Stern, son of Sarah and th late Philio Stern, and grand father of Nadine Stern. Funeral services Tues.. 1:30 P. M.. at BERSCHLER'S. 4300 N. Broad st. (at the Blvd.). Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family wiU return to 10153 Bridle rd. STEWART Of Feasterville, Pa., formerly of Ha-ileton, Pa.. Nov. 27, 1967. PEARL (nee Goldsworthy), wife of David G. and mother of Gary D. and daughter of Mrs. Elsie Goldsworthy and sister of Mrs. Mildred Spot and Mrs. Dorothy Ellis. Relatives and mends are invited to attend service Thurs., 11 A. M., WM. ROWEN GRANT FUNERAL HOME, INC., Street rd. & 2d st. Pike, Southampton, Pa. Int. Sunset Memorial Park, Somerton, Pa. Friends may call Wed. eve. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to The Multiple Sclerosis Society. 1218 Chestnut St.. Phila.. Pa. SUCHARSKA Nov. 26. 1967, HELEN (nee Au-muller), of 2324 Margaret St., beloved mother of Mrs. Clara Gronczewska, Zeney and Walter. Relatives, friends and all organizations of which she GREENMOUNT CEMETERY Lot. 2 In- Card of Thanki BOWMAN To all of the many kind friends and neighbors who extended their sympathy, I wish to express my sincere gratitude for your thoughtfulness and expressions of sympathy during the illness and passing of my dear mother. MRS. MUTTER K. BOWMAN. Cemetery Lots was a member invitea to tunerai Thurs., 8:45 A. M., from her residence. Requiem Mass, 10 A. M., St. John Cantius Church. Int. Most Holy Redeemer Cem. Friends may call Wed. eve. TACCONELLI Nov. 26, 1967. VERINO, of 918 Ellsworth st., beloved husband of Cletina (nee Faralli); father of Francis J.. Victor A., Edmond A.. Rudolph V., Mrs. Anne J. Esposito. Also survived by 11 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral Thurs., 9:00 A. M., from PENNA. BURIAL CO., INC.. 1327-29 S. Broad st. Solemn Requiem Mass, St. Paul's Church, 10:00 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Wed. eve. (ample free parking) THOMAS Nov. 24, 1967, SELMA M., of 3007 Ara-mingo ave., beloved daughter of th late Joseph H. and Edna M. Thomas (nee Bright). Relatives and friends are invited to attend services Thurs., 2 P. M., MANNAL FUNERAL HOME, 6925 Frankford ave. (at Tyon St.). Int. North Cedar Hill Cm. Viewing Wed. eve. Please omit flowers. terment Spaces. S100. DA 9-4747- CEMETERY Crypt Lot. Sacrifice. JE j 5-3211. VALLEY Forge Gdns., 4 grave, lot 346. sec. 3. nr. flagpole. 1750. 215-870-8760. FUNIKAL HOMI tr Froet I Weitmoretoad Philo.. Pa. RE 9-1 01 Est. 189 FLOWERS 7059 Frankford Ave. 2223 N. Front St DE 8-7100 14 HOU" SO Vta Disuuetuc narai ( It.. Wri. 1 rL Em M REGRUT0 Nov. 26, 1967, of 453 N. Wilton st., ANNA (nee Dolan), wife of the late John. Relatives and friends invited to High Mass of Requiem, Wed- 10 A. M., Church of Our Lady of Victory. Int. Old Cathedral Cem. REYNOLDS Nov. 26, 1967, JAYNE B.. wife of William H. Reynolds, Jr., aged 51. Service from the Funeral Home of JOSEPH F. BOYD, successor to Harold A. Famous, 101 S. Church St., West Chester, Pa., Thursday, Nov. 30, 11 A. M. Int. Whitemarsn Memorial Park. Friends may call Wednesday eve If desired, a gift may be made in her memory to the American Cancer Society. 33 E. Washington st. West Chester. Pa. RICE Nov 27, 1967, G. WEBSTER, husband of Edythe Wilson Rice, of .3 Red Fox rd., Strafford, Pa. Services, 2 P. M., Wed., from the FR ANKEN FIELD & CHADWICK FUNERAL HOME, Athens ave. at Simpson rd., Ardmore. Int private. Family will receive friends after 1:30 P. M.. Wed., at the funeral home. In Ueu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Heart Fund. ROBINSON Nov. 24, 1967, WILLIAM J., beloved husband of the late Lucy Robinson. Relatives and friends invited to services Wed., 2 P. M., from HESSINGER FUNERAL HOME, 2013 E. Susquehanna ave. (E. of Front St.). Int. Greenmount Cem. Viewing Tues. eve. (Parkins! on both sides of street.) FUNERAL DIRECTOR 1119 West Lehigh Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. 19133 Other Funtral Parlors CHELTEN & 0G0NTZ AVES. 9TH & ERIE AYE. FRANKFORD & ALLEGHENY AVES. FOR ALL OFFICES CALL ... B A 9-3000 $500- A Metal Caik.t . All Ntc.iiary Paraphernalia Ingramd Plata , Mattress Outside Casa Hears Autemebifa Preservariesi kienket Newspaper Advertising OTHER FUNERALS $400 $600 $700 $800 Additional Charge for Opening Grave The Following Are Included in All Services ORGAN PALLBEARERS AIR CONDITIONED PARLORS Apartment Is Available for the Immediate Family SUBURBAN SERVICE PARKING FACILITIES 24 HOUR SERVICE No Deserving Poor Refused

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