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26 a h THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 8. 1969 OFFICIAL FORECASTS P hiladclphla and vicinity: Increasing cloudiness Friday with chance of showers or by late afternoon and evening. High! near 90. Partly cloudy at night. Probability of precipitation near zero Friday morning and 50 percent in the afternoon and evening. Sunny and pleasant Saturday. Eastern Pennsylvania: Tartly sunny and hot Friday with chance of showers or thunder-showers by late afternoon and evening. High around 85. Fair with reasonable temperatures at night. Fair and warm Saturday. Atlantic City and vicinity: Tartly sunny Friday with chance of showers and thunder-showers at night. High near 90. Fair and warm Saturday. New Jersey: Tartly sunny and hot Friday with showers or thundershowers developing towards evening. High near 95 inland but a bit lower at the shore. Cape May to Block Island: Fair Friday morning with chance of showers in the after noon or evening. Variable winds 5 knots or less in the morning jJlESE SSpSISS IhT.daTe-uS becoming southwest 10 to 15!.y"r , 7T-r- , . r. ... ...... I Normal for this date Knots m the afternoon. V lSlbllltV Excess since Aug. 1 , e w.;in i " " iHuic n.-pt x iu - mufs in eariy morning naze. Cape May tO Virginia Beach: Fair Frirlav mr.rnir.cr hrrom inrr! rair rnaay morning Dccoming 5 i'(tjicti A.ofi tit prtuurt. ItrtiMt of mortmtmt mj ittj FRONT it (otvJ kouoJtrr of mmt mr Sit-In Averted AtStationHouse fVt Weather for Friday vj Based on Official Forecasts Jf tffh? san Francisco lljii "y ' S nV r IPS AfJCUly zst f " &MOW iUUlI ( VIAMl STATIC WIND " oV . cold era wakm I Mrs. Martha Nichols Brown, cited in 1968 by the Social A group of some 25 persons Security Administration as the oldest recipient in Philadel-led by a minister and a volun-, hia died Tuescjay at the home of her son, Louis Nichols, tary defender threatened a sit- -t 15 N Farson st. she was 1U in at me 2tm ronce uiwnci r. , ntelr'.r-l station house Wednesday night1 rirST UlSTilQT unless police authorities heard( n n their complaints of police mis-.(pllilOOl 3CSiS conduct. A half-hour after the thre2t was announced by Rev. John Studobaker, vicar of Saint Boni ruuuuLaHt'r, vicar 01 oaim ouin- face Episcopal Church. 3d and,, -i.- i j:4.i. Hm uuun u mum '"'"iination for the 1st District mander, Capt. Malcolm Kat- . r nMfB k ihlg? .a:ruPCa.uC? arlSre I... ;v, iu 'v,,-.u GANG INCIDENT Referring to a caucus of An incident involving a CangDemocratic ward leaders ex-headquartered near the church,! pected to be held next month to aonarentlv triesered the threat; r.i ,j!,i,i n;mri ciri ' a sit in- , Police detained a half-dozen members of the gang forjwas passed over by the party a searcn, accoraing xo ivev.:he Would seek a place on the Studebaker and Isaac Pepps, a ballot by petition. The 1st Dis-voluntary defender. One boy trict extends south of Girard who protested being searched; was taken to the station, they said. 100 GATHER At that point, a crowd of some;iaw firm 0f Dilworth, Paxson, 100 gathered in protest while, Kalish, Kohn and Levy so he some five police cars converged, co u1h camnai2n full-time, was on me area, some so in me attorney for 12 persons who group joined the minister and'tried unsuccessfully earlier this the voluntary defender in cal-!vpar to courts to order linrt of tlio rlistrirt h(adotiarters at Girard and Montgomery aves., where they charged men of the district naa Decn guiuy oi.mary various cases of misconduct. The boy who later was charg-tfor ed with resisting arrest, was the candjdate charged that the identified as John Brown, 18, ofiCjty had failed to respond to the rs. 5tn st. near uaupnin. FOP President Is Re-Elected John J. Harrington, president of the Philadelphia Lodge, Fra- 4935 vacnt hou'es in the dis. ternal Order of Police was re-,trict while cit Council inaction elected Thursday to his third, in r:col 1Q.Q pocuj in lrtcc two-year term as fur nauonai r,ocirtonf af trio rlosiri'' spsinn president at the closing session OI tne r ur s oienniai naiiunaii conference in Louisville, Ky. Ki4.U. CUIJ Harrington told the delegates IV. Oilier, jOtl rieia of the 80,000-member organiza-l a r , I C I 1 tion the FOP would continue to'MTTer rOMCe riqnT push for better police working conditions. Harrington, of 2604 Dudley St., resigned as a sergeant of High way Patrol in 1966, after 26( year's service wnn to cnyiPers0ns at 4th and Cumberland;'"1 SUV1 cu ""..""iT.i. u.rrv .nH R,vm. . . m t . police force, to assume full-time duties with tne local ana nation al FOP. 29 Die in Burma Rains KANGOON, Burma, Aug. 7 section after firemen request-. , , I ed the moving of a car they said 1 neuters;, iwncuu. uniS -"".blocked their firetruck floods in many areas of Burma have killed at least 39 persons. the official newspaper Working People's Daily reported Thurs day. AUGUST 1969 s m t w t r s 8 9 lO 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 SEPTEMBER 1969 S M T W T F S FiT 2 3 4 s5 Sun Rises -Sun Sets Moon Rises -6:06 A. M. -8:07 T. M. -1:28 A. M. partly cloudy with a chance of, scattered thunderstorms in the southwest winds 5 to 15 knots. Visibility 4 to 8 miles. Friday's Local Report I'. S. WEATHER BUREAU Philadelphia, Pa.. Aug. 7. 19w9 EDT T. H. W.D4V. Pr. W. ( A. M. 67 93 SW. 5 .00 Clear g A. M. 71 87 SW- 4 .00 Clear Noon 85 5S WNW- .00 Clear 2 P. M. 81 50 WNWN-12 .00 Clear 6 P. M. 84 57 WSW- 7 .00 Clear 8 P. M. 80 69 SW- 7 .00 Clear T . TemoOT-ature! If . Hnmlriilv: W n Mr V . Wind Direction and Velocity: Pp J Precipitation: W.. Weather Conditions. Highest temperature (1:30 P. M ) HiKhest temperature this date last 98 years U918 T"--" ' lowest temperature 6:35 A. M.) j Lowest temperature this date last 98 years 1964t Excess since Jan. 1 74. Total precipitation since Aug. 1 172 "",li;u1 1 1 ' Barometric Pressure: 6 A. M.. 29 99. Rising : Noon. 30 01, Falling; 6 P. M..' 2994. Failing. wttthtr. direction tfnk4' inJ-cttfi low ir BT movtmtHt STATIC FRONT or B AROMETf R Mrs. Martha Brown; Cited by Nixon at 111 Couiacll Seat Attorney Thomas K. Gilhool, i n-i i .u., u 0. -nounced wuuiu acta ti it vv mwv 1 the death last Christmas of iCouncilman Benjamin Cur- nritr. tat a press conference in the ni!0,.,, ctratfr.rH that if he ave. and east of Broad st. to the Delaware River. Gilhool, who said he had resigned from the Philadelphia .u.i;.. fill seats in the lst and 7th Council districts durin2 the May 20 Pri- A former consumers advocate community Legal Services, needs of the residents of the district. Merion. He declared $1 million in Mr. Bliss, a graduate of Penn-fines for violations of housing! sylvania State University, codes are uncollected in the served with the U. S. Coast district; schools are one and a 'Guard in World War II and was half to two years behind nation-1 D, -.Hi Woi. on tw . 1 " io- ilouuv.u .1. .uoo of Federal money to rehabUitate . i 5000 homes um arrApH iat Thnrsavl niht for nlloPPdlv attacking nnlinpman Hiirinrr an nrPiimnt between firemen and about pn ana arxur :si - sts Patrolman Thomas Mclntyre. -r nf th 9fith Pni,A nitrirt toid detectives he had entered! a dispute which arose at the in- During the discussion, Mcln-tyre said he was attacked by Mrs. Antonio Antonio Ortiz, 37, and her son. John. 18. both of! Cumberland neax 4th. I STATISTICS BY CITIES Highest temperature last 12 hours, lowest temperature last 18 hours and precipitation lor last 24 hours as reported at P. M. by the United States Weather Bureau. TEMPERATURE Place t,. H. Albany 57 87 Atlanta 69 87 Atlantic City 72 90 Bismarck, N. D. 5? 11 Boston 64 78 Buffalo. N. Y. 66 86 Charleston. S. C. 74 86 Chicago 72 84 Cincinnati 62 90 Cleveland 64 88 Denver 55 86 Detroit 68 87 Duluth. Minn. 58 75 Harrishuxt 67 87 Houston 78 92 Jacksonville, Fla. 71 91 Kansas City, Mo. 71 91 Los Aneeles 6 94 Louisville S3 90 Miami Beach 80 89 Minneapolis 62 79 Montreal 60 82 New Orleans' 71 89 New York City 70 9 Norfolk. Va. 6t fi Philadelphia -6 87 Phoenix. Aril. 87 lo Pittsburgh 61 8 Portland. Me. 63 82 Portland. Ore. 54 69 St. Louis 72 93 Salt Lake City 56 00 San Frncloo 52 66 S. Ste. Marie, Mich. 64 78 Seattle 56 f9 Tamoa. Fla. 76 87 03 m .06 221 "os .V) m Ail '.no .0, Wsshin-rton. D. C. 67 Wilkes-Barre. 61 Winnipeg, Man. 55 84 73 Missins: I... Low: H.. High: M. Precipitation; Tr.. Trace. Friday's Tidal Predictions PHILADELPHIA (Chestnut St. ,High Tide 11:12 A. M. 11:36 P. M. S7.LOW Tide - 5:42 A.M. 5:42 P.M. I DELAWARE RREtKWITFR High Tide 6 06 A. M. 6:30 P. M. "Low Tide 11:30A.M. P.M. rJ CAPE MAT (Municipal Pier) 7? High Tide 4:56 A. M. 5.26 P. M. (Low Tide 10:43 A. M. 11:37 P. M. 84 ATLANTIC CITY I Steel Pier 84 High Tide 4:28 A. M. 4:58 P. M. 10 Low Tide 10 25 A. M. 11 19 P. M. BEACH HAVEN (Little Egg Hrhor High Tide 6 41 A. M. 7M1 P. M. u Tide i:07 a. m. 1:01 p. m. BARNEGAT INLET High Tide 4:34 A.M. 5 04 P.M. Low Tide io:3a.m. 11:33 p m. prtuvrr, unftvertblt wt4lftrt Juttim oni tp4 taar euiH wty.llf ItJ -4tlt and formerly resided at 111 S. Cecil st. Mrs Brown, born Martha'of the PSFS School and Salary Prattis on Feb. 17, 1858, was, seven years old when Abraham Lincoln was assassinated and remembered the mourning pe- -"-""-- riod. She was the daughter of free Negroes who once operated a larm in t eaeraisDurg, -via. She was a former seamstress and teacher. She had seven children and outlived two husbands, Luke Nichols who died in 1928 and Benjamin Brown who died in 1932. Her last surviving son, LO"ls s 71- n ncr llltn birthday this !'car. Mrs- Brown received a telegram from President Nixon "extending warmest congratulations on this auspicious milestone." Besides her son, she is survived by 12 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren and nine great, great grandchildren. Services will be held Saturday in Federalsburg, Md. Edward Bliss 3d, I 1 i P,e 5 Ivlcincjqer Edward P. Bliss 3d, sales manager for W. F. Green Corp.jPsaki Bros, wholesale grocers at. and former vice president in: charge of sales with Air Control; Corp., died Tuesday at the Lan- k-pnan TTosnital. He was 49 and ' i : i inn T Ima lived at iUJ jiti ui uuh laiic, a member of the Merion Ameri can Legion Post 54d. He belonged to the Overbrook Presbyterian Church. Surviving are his wife, the . ... 0 former Nancy S. Young; two;aaugnier ,-urS. Elaine ivosioii t.j j hl j j tivn hrnthprs Anraham anrl sons, r.nudi f i i ii a no jihik. i ihi , , , his mother, Bliss. Mrs. Edward P. MERMAN MALAMEDSON, a bartender at the Pub Tavern, 9242 Delaware ave., died Wednesday at the U. S. Naval .iHospital. He was 59 and Uved at 2709 Axe Factory rd. Anl" we nanuen neuremeni no-Army veteran of World War IlJtel and Residence Club, Atlantic at 4Vi? Axe x dLiury - ---- . ?i i i - . t i. , .... r u former Pauline Sluza, and three - a m T 1 i "sie Mrs. Mane Pamtz and Mrs. Dorothy Levin. BosfonSuspect Indicted BOSTON, Aug. 7 (AP). Michael C. Ware, 25, of Dora-ville, Ga., was indicted Thursday on five charges, including two of murder, in the killing last month of two Playboy Club employes, R. G. Caldwell Dies; Was Baseball Coach Ralph G. Caldwell, a retired science teacher at Trenton High School who pitched for the Phillies in 1903 and '04 while he was an undergraduate . -a. m j x l : I vania, aiea luesaay ai nib 'home, 518 Grand ave. He was 85. Before joining the Trenton High School staff in 1918, Mr. oo i Caldwell coached baseball Lehigh University and Carnegie 5 Technical Institute. He founded the Caldwell Sup-is' ply Co. that deals in farm ".oS; equipment and turned the busi-J'ness over to his sons on his .69 retirement. He was a founding i r il. vi-. n oo memorr oi me wi Paul's Methodist Church and JU! the Retired Teachers Associa- tion. Surviving are his wife. Effie; 5" three sons James W Thomas Mi ni Ralph iT t daughter'! Mrs. Frances C. Johnson; nineitown pa and fllso nad been fl -( granacnuaren, uuee sc- member of the American Man-35 grandchildren, four brothers jagement Association of New "i and tWO Sisters. Vert tha Industrial T?1atirnc Funeral services will be at 10;A 'iation of Philadelohia. . . , c-i i . u: A. m. jsaturuay at, uis res- idence. Burial will be in Ewing Church Cemetery. ine Deaths Elsewhere JoseDh Kosma. the composer of "Autumn Leaves" and otherl Donular music, in La Roche Guyon, France. He was 63. Born in Eudapest, he studied at Hungary's National Conservatory of Music, where he earned a diploma in composi tion and as an orchestra con-j dUHe0came to Paris in 1933 andG Set Saturday set to music many poems by r- r 1 W A I Jacques Prevert, including the, famous "Les Feuilies Mortes," known in English as "Autumn Leaves." Mrs. Louise Andrews Kent, author of 25 adult and children's books, including several cookbooks with a New England flavor, in Boston. Mrs. Kent, 83, was the widow of Ira Rich Kent, once editor- in-chief of Houghton Mifflin, Publishers Otelia Connor, 74, the "Good Manner Lady," at the University of North Carolina, in Chapel Hill, N. C. Mrs. Connor had placed herself in charge of the manners of the 15,000 college students to name one of the churches in she called her children. She his memory, was a familiar sight on campus Father Marks was a graduate as she patrolled the cafeterias of Episcopal Academy, Wes-and student lounges, searching ,leyan University and the Church for brecahes of etiquette. Miss Hunsworth, PSFS Official, 51 Miss Harriet L. Hunsworth,! vice president of Philadelphia , pendent Ladics Garment Work-Savings Fund Society, died ers Union died Thursday in Thursday at Roxborough Memo-!Rolling mi Hospital Elkins rial tiospnai. sne was 31 ana;Park He was 77 and Vlved at lived at 542 Fairthorn ave., Rox borough. -Miss nunswonn was in cnarce Savings Department. She was a'former Leah Goldstein; a son, member of the Woman's Board clf1nv. a Hat.chw Aire Coim, 0f the Roxborough Memorial! Hospital. Survivors include a Mrs. James Cording, brother, Herbert C. Hunsworth.) MORRIS SCHNYDER, retired founder of M. Schnyder & Co., Inc., 1330 N. 52d St., wholesale plumbing and heating suppliers, died Thursday in Einstein Medical Center, Northern Division. He was 92. and lived at 2746 Belmont berg Chapter of Deborah, and ave. He founded the firm in j was voted the chapter's Woman! 1920 and was a member of, of the Year in 1968. In addition! the Quaker Tri-State Plumb-jto her husband, she is survived ing and Heating Association.: by a son, Harry; a daughter,! Surviving are his wife, thejMrs. Ethel Lynne Nowak; two former Jennie Sussman; three; sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Feierstein sons, Albert, lxmis ana irvm; two daughters, Mrs. Far.nje Brown and Mrs. Bert Smiler, 11 grandchildren and nine greatgrandchildren. MRS. MAX PSAKI, the former Gertrude Yarnoff, died Thursday at Graduate Hospital. She was 68 and lived at 711 Yale rd., Bala Cynwyd. Until retiring: five years ago, she operated! 7th and Catherine st. She isiviving are his wife. survived by a daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Tabas; two sons, David and Martin; two sisters, Mrs. Ester Apt and Mrs. Goldie Kas sel and four grandchildren. KUBLN BALK, a women's clothing store operator, diedj Wednesday in Atlantic City Hospital. He was 68 and lived; at 17 N. Stenvon pi., Atlantic! City. Mr. Balk operated the aj ro0 cu ; n,t;( .UlAlciu uiiaa tjiiKr lit rtiautii.j City. He is survived by a r.,- ,r..l.ff. Abraham and - " T T Herman; and two grandchil- dren. PHILIP SHERMAN, retired fuurniture finisher and a former Philadelphia resident, died Thursday in Atlantic City Hospital. He was 88 and lived i . t t. - . 1 a . T T . o 1 i .1 1 v .-iii viv flit: 1.111 1- r- nuii . Louis, Harry and Raymond; a brother, David; two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Simkins and Mrs. Fannie Coleman, six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. FRANCIS P. KELLY, an employee of the Grinnell Plumbing Supply Co., died Wednesday at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital. He was 64 and lived at 6949 Chester Ave. Mr. Kelly was a member of Plumbers Union local 690. at the university of Pennsyl- ' ' ' John J. Smith, firm Executive John J. Smith, vice president of Milton Roy Co., pump manufacturers at 1300 E. Mermaid lane, died Wednesday at St. Pe- vv-"-"" - iiving two s whi,e manag ing the company's Florida office. He was 60. He joined the company in 1947 and became vice president in 1951. Mr. Smith was former score tary of the Rotary CIub of Springfield Township, at Flour- - 1 ' u,-u; t m!lrch Valley Country Club, Vesper Club of Philadelphia, and Honor Society of the Beta Gamma Sigma Fraternity. He fcs survived by his wife, the former Stella Hennessey Stranix; two sons, Robert and Richard; a daughter, Mary; and two brothers, Dr. Thomas V. and Francis R., former city Democratic chairman, and four grandchildren. Requiem Mass will be cele- ;brated 10 A. M. Alonaay at tne Church of St. Raymond of Penafort Vernon rd. and Williams ave., Philadelphia. Burial will be in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. TO V rdTrier iViarKS Memorial services for the Rev. Bruce S. Marks, 28, who was drowned July 30 while rescuing two Indian children in the Missouri River, at the Cheyenne Indian Reservation, Marksville !s- D-. held Saturday at Ill A. M. at St. Martin-in-the- iieICS episcopal cnurcn. Jt. Martin's lane and Willow Grove !ave- , i Father Marks was an Episco- pal missionary, ordained three- years ago in South Dakota. Fourteen churches were under his care on the reservation, seven of them under lay readers he had trained. The Indian Council, the day after the tragedy, voted Divinity School of the Pacific. His wife, the former Carolyn Hufnagle, and a son, Emanuel I., four months old, survive. I JACK ROSENFELD, chair -i man of the Philadfilnhia-Snnth Jfrspv jnirit Rnarfi f the Tnde-; 4849 N. 9th st. Mr. Rosenfeld; was president of the First Fast- a t; 'cIin.iBlf .;. ; nnthn or, Hanoht'or ti, jlate Ann Hoffman; a sister, Mrs. s,stertj jeon Hyman; seven grandchil- anu a flrpn anrl icrh f prAat.oranH. children. MRS. DAVID GRATMAN, the former Fannie Rotstein, died Wednesday at the Leader Nur-! sing Center, 600 W. Cheltenham! ave. She was 63 and lived at 1159 E. Dorset st. She was a! member of the Rebecca Gold- and Mrs. Mary Bend; and five grandchildren. CHARLES S. BAGGS, a yard superintendent with Georgia Pacific Co. at Wilmington, Del., died Thursday in Tri-County Hospital. He was 50 and lived at 2580 Bond ave., Drexel Hill. Mr. Baggs, a Navy veteran of World War II, was a member of the Church of the Covenant. Sur- u ; . r iu. r Lll L LUl a daugh- mer Violette Lynch; ter, Lynne Suzzanne; a son, Charles David; a sister, Mrs. Lillian Manning, and two brothers, William F. and George D. In Memoriara BOGGI JOHN SR. Although 5 years since you passed away, you're always hap- P"y rememuerea, dui nuu misseu. Dy g Bied ACERS0 VINCEN'ZO, beloved husband of Anna iCammarota), devoted father of Anthony. Joseph. Theresa Celli, Mary Ruggiero and Angelina Jadico. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Sat.. 8 30 A. M., CARTO Fl-NLRAL HOME, 2214 S. Broad St. High Mass 10 A. M. St. Richard's Church. Int. Holy Cross Cem. View-in Fri. 7-10 P. M. BARRETT Au S 1969 of 4421 N. Cleveland St., PETER A., husband of Eva Barrett; 1 brother, Matthew, and a sister, Nora Conway. Relatives, friends and employes of the Germantown Cricket Club invited to funeral Sat.. 8:0 A. M . Ogonti Parlors of HAROLD B. MULLIGAN, Ogont tz Chel-ten aves. Requiem Mass. 10 A. M. St. Michael ot Saints Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends invited Fri. eve. 7 BECHTER Suddenly. Au. 4, 1969. EDWARD, of 1218 N. 2d St.. husband of Julie V. Bechter (nee Hahuda). Relatives and friends axe invited to the funeral Sat., 8:30 A. M.. BIRNS FUNERAL HOME, 1428 E. Columbia ave. tat Fkd. ave . Requiem Mass. St. Michael's Church. 10 A. M. Viewin Friday venint. Died BORIS Aug. 5, 1969. HELEN, of 7264 Cornelius St.. formerly of 2427 E. Norris St.. beloved wile of the late Jacob Sokolo ski and devoted mother of Mrs. James Owczarzak, Mrs. Helen Burszlynski. Mrs. Leon a Lam pone and Edward. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral Saturday 8 A. M. from M. E. OS1ECKI If. N'ERAL HOME. 1626 E. Berks st. Solemn Requiem Mass 9 A. M. St. Lau-renlius Church. Int. St. Dominick's Cem. Friends may call Friday eve. BOYLE Aug. 5. 199. of 2047 E. Bellmore St.. LILLIAN VIRGINIA (nee Nagel). wife of the late William A. Boyle. Relatives and friends invited to the funeral Sat., 8 A. M . Northeast Parlors of HAROLD B. MILLIOAN, Frankford and Allegheny aves. High Requiem Mass in the Nativity BVM Church 9 A. M. Friends Invited Fri. eve. 7-9 P. M. BRAXTON July 26. in Vietnam. JOHN A., he-loved son of Genevieve (nee Wajda) and the late Edwin J. Braxton of 500 N. Front st. Relatives and friends invited to call Friday eve.. Vespers g P. M. and to Requiem M s Sat. 10 A. M. at St. Alban's Church (Olney). Int. Sunset Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, gifts to the John A. Braxton Memorial Fund c o the church. 2d st. and Tabor rd.. Phila.. Pa. 19120. would be appreciated. CALDWELL RALPH G . in West Trenton. N. J., on Aug. 5. 1969. husband of Effie S. Friends may call at his late residence. 518 Grand ave.. West Trenton, on Fri. eve. to 9. Family service on Sat. CHAMPLIN On Aug. 6. 1969. CONSTANCE KELLER, wife of Ralph C. Champlin, of Sonoma. California. Graveside ser-vice on Mon. at 1 P. M. at West Laurel Hill Cem. COLEMAN JENNIE (nee Caldwell), on Aug. f. 1969, of 2719 Earp st., beloved wife of the late Joseph R. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral services Saturday. 10 A. M., MILLIGAN Fl'NERAL HOME, 1J46 S. 29th St. Int. Mt. Moriah Cem. Friends may call Friday evening. D'ALESIO EDWARD, suddenly Ausust 6 1969. in Hollywood. Florida, formerly of Irexel Hill. Pa., beloved husband of Anna (nee Pace), father of John and Edward Jr., son of Mrs. Genevieve P'Alesio. brother of Daniel. Pasquale, Mrs. Clara Quattrone and Mrs. Christine TVAlesio. Burial Monday. Au-eust 11. from PANANCIV.RA MEMORIAL HOME. 4200 Hollywood blvd.. Hollywood. Fla. DUNN Aug. 6. THEODORE T., husband of Rose A. nee Mrazi, of 3313 Danley rd.. Parkwood Manor. Relatives, friends, and members of Keystone Post 2820 V.F.W. are invited to services Sat.. 11 A. M.. from J. M. CAMPBELL Fl'NERAL HOME, 500 E. Benner st. (at 6100 N. Rising Sun ave.). Int. William Penn Cem. Viewing Fri. eve. ETTCRRE NORMA (nee Talucci). on Aug. 7, 1969. beloved wife of Louis Fttorre, of 11 Pine Tree Drive, Broomall. Pa. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Saturday. 9 A. M.. at the DONALD A. GIBSON Fl'NERAL HOME, Lawrence and Sproul rds., Broomall, with High Mass of Requiem, 10 A. M., at St. Pius X Church. Broomall. Friends may call Fridav eve.. 7 to 10. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Contributions in her memory may be made, in lieu of flowers, to the American Cancer Society, 21 S. 12th St.. Philadelphia. GAGLIARDI Aug. S. 1969. FRANK M., at his late residence. 922 Watkins st.. husband of Agnes (nee Aidaloroi; also survived by Mary Di Benedetto and Helen Fuschini. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from MONTI Fl'NERAL HOME. 2333 35 S Broad St.. Sat. 9 A. M. High Mass at St. Nicholas" Church. 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross cCm. Friends may call Fri. eve., 7-10. GALLAGHER On August 6, 1969. formerly of 2624 N. Mascher St.. EDNA M., wife of the late Francis J. Gallagher. Relatives and friends are invited to the services Friday. 830 P. M.. PARLORS OF HAROLD B. Ml'LLIG AN. 1119 W. Lehigh ave. Viewing 7-9 P. M. Int. Saturday, 1 P. M.. Danville, Pa. GEHRING Aug. 5. GEORGE, husband of Elsie fnee Rier). of Massachusetts ave., Erlton. N. J. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Sat., 9 A. M , from J. J. ROBERTS. 1701 Ritner St. Mass of Requiem. Church of St. Monica. 10 A. M. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may call Friday evening, 7 to 10. GRATMAN Aug. 6 1969. FANNIE (nee Rofsteinl. wite of David, of 1159 K. Dorset st., mother of Mrs. Ethel Lynne Nowak and Mr Harry Gratman; sister-in-law of Mr. Morris Gratman: sister of Mrs. Dorthy Feierstein and Mrs. Mary Manya Bend, of Toronto, Canada: also survived by five grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral services Fri., 11 A. M. precisely, "GOLDSTEINS'," 6410 N. Broad St. Int. Shalom Memorial Park. Shiva will be observed at 1159 E. Dorset. In lieu of flowers make contributions to American Career Society or Deborah Hospital. GREENWOOD HELENE ASFCRY. on Aug. 7, 1969. of 850 Tall Oaks rd.. Radnor. Pa., wife of Wesley G. Greenwood and mother of Howard L. Murray Jr. and Gordon Greenwood. Service and interment private. Please omit floweri. GRISWOLD Jr. Au. 6, 1969. FRANK T.. of the Thomas Wynne Apts., W.vnnewood, Pa Memorial services at St. David's Church, Radnor, Pa., Sat., Aug. 9. at 3 P. M. Int. private. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Lankenau Hospital. HARRIS Aue. 5. 1969- of 4609 N. Ella St., SAMUEL, ago 69 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services Sat.. 10 A. M., from the Funeral Home of ALFRED P. G. ROSE, 26 Bridge St., Bridesburg. Pa. Int. Lawnview Cem. Friends may call Fri., 7 to P. M.. and Sat. after 9 A. M HOGAN Aug. 5. 1969, WILLIAM D. JR , of 171 Green rd.. Roslyn, Pa., husband of the late Eleanor T. (nee Crotty) and son of Mary Hogan. High Requiem Mass Sat., 10 A. M., St. John of the toss Cburch, Roslyn, Pa. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Relatives, friends, members of Operating Engineers Union Local 542 and Bucks Co. Country Club are invited to viewing Fri. eva. at WILLIAM R. MAY FUNERAL HOME. Eastnn rd. and Keswick ave.. Glenside. Pa. HOGAN Of 867 Hessian ave., Woodbury. N. J., suddenly, on Aug. 6, 1969. WILXJAM D , age 56 years, husband of Angela (nee Schiavol Hogan and brother of the Most Rev. James J. Hogan, Bishop of Altoona-Johnstown Diocese. Funeral on Mon. at 10 A. M from The McGUINNESS FUNERAL HOME, 34 Hunter st., Woodbury, N. J. Con-celebrated Mass will be sung at St. Patrick's R. C. Church, Woodburv, N. J.. 11 A. V Int. New St. Mary's Cem.. Bellmawr, N. J. Viewing Sun. eve. HOULIHAN Suddenly. Aug. 5. 1969. JOANNE T. tnee Davis), wife of Joseph J. Houlihan; mother of Maureen. Kathleen and Joanne. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral Sat.. 8 30 A. M., from her late residence, 6610 Cottage st Hieh Requiem Mass, St. Leo's Church. 10 A. M. Viewing Fri. eve. Carb of Tfjanhs; Her Is n opportunity to press your appreciation to family and friends for tokens of sympathy received during your bereavement. If you would like to publish Card of Thanks, please call Miss Alien at LO 3-5000 or write her at The Inquirer. The charge is just 75e line daily or Sunday. Died HOWARD Aug. 4. MARIAN PAUL HOWARD, wife of the late Kenneth H. Howard, of Patricia Court Apts., Ill N. I.ans-downe ave., Lansdowne, Pa., formerly of Drexel Hill. Pa., mother of James P.. Kenneth H. and Mrs. Judith In-tille. Services Sat. after 1:30 P M.. Christ United Presbyterian Church, State road at Foss ave., Drexel Hill, where friends may call in the church parlor after 12:30 P. M. In lieu of flowers, it is requested that offerings be made to the Christ United Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund or that contributions be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society. 1218 Chet-out st- Phila.. Pa. JACKSON On Aug. 3. 1969. WILLIAM FRED JACKSON, husband of the late Mable P. Jackson, tormerly of 321 Marks ave.. Darby, Pa.; stepfather of Dr. LeRoy W. R. Gates. Friends are invited to the viewing at Mt. Zion A. M E. Church. 10th and Center sts.. Darby. Sat.. Aug. 9. 10 A. M. to noon, and service a' noon. Int. Eden Cem.. Collingdale. Pa Arrangements by J ESSE P. TAR BOROUGH FUNERAL HOME. JONES On Aug. 6. 1969. ELSIE S. fne Harbison), formerly of Wissahirkon, widow of Robert F. Jones. Relatives and friends are invited to the service Mon., 11 A. M. (Viewing from 10 A. M. to 11 A. M at the W. MILLS TURNER Fl'NERAL HOME. 02g Ridge ave.. Roxborough. Int. West Laurel Hills Cem. No viewing Sun. eve. KELLY Suddenly, on Aug. 5. 1969. JOSEPH M . of 3656 N. 11th si. Relatives and friends invited to the funeral Saturday, S 30 A. M., Funeral Home of ANDREW J. BA1R SON, 392S Chestnut st. Solemn High Mass, St. Stephens Church, 10 A. M. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends may call Fri- 7- P. M. (Parking in rear. IUTZ DR. FRANCIS C. LUTZ. on Aug. . 19()9. husband of Euna McCoy Lutz. Relatives and friends are invited to service Saturday, 10:30 A. M.. Chapel of the Ardmore Presbyterian Church, Ardmore. Pa. Int. private. Please omit flowers. MANGELS ANNETTE MILLER MANGELS., on August 4, 1969. wife of the late Arthur C. Mangels, of 1122 Remington rd., Wynnewood. Pa. Funeral services Friday. MATTNER Aue. 5. WILLIAM F. husband of Minnie Mattncr. of 18-9 Lansing st. Relatives, friends. Mitchell Lodse 296 F. & A. M., Lulu Temple, N.E. Shrine & National Assoc. of I-etter Carriers Keystone branch 157 are invited to funeral services Sat.. 10 A. M., FOX FINER L HOME. 7026 Castor ave. Entombment Chelten Hills Abbey. Friends may call Sat., after 8:30 A. M. Masonic services 9 30 A. M. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the Heart Fund or Shruiers Hospital. McCLEARY Suddenly. Aug. (. 1969. of 5520 Morris st., MARGARET W. (ree Watson), wife of Samuel McCleary. Relatives and friends invited to service Sat.. 11 A. M., Westside Presbyterian Church (Gtn.). Int. Ivy Hill C.-m. In lieu of flowers, please send contributions in her memory to Presbyterian Children's Village Auxiliary, Rose-nionl. Pa. McCUSKER Aug. 5, 1969. MARY V., of 203 E. Cambria st., sister of Thomas, Francis, Mrs. Catherine Kehoe and James McCusker. Relatives, friends, B.V.M. Sodality, Ladies of Bronson, Catholic Daughters, and employes of Gay Sportswear Co. are invited to funeral Sat., 8:30 A. M., ( H R LES J. O'NEILL FUNERAL HOME. 309 11 E. Lehigh ave. Solemn Requiem Mass. 10 A. M.. Visitation B.V.M. Church. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem. Friends call Fri. eve. MELVIN Aug. i. 1969. JOSEPH P.. suddenly, of 6 Elm ave.. Upper Darby, Pa., beloved husband of Mary C. nee Joycei. father of Joseph P.. Mrs. Rosemary Jardine. James R., Paul F. and Mrs. Yvonne Ward. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Sat.. 8 45 A M . The DONOHUE FUNERAL HOME, RiOl West Chester pk. (cor. Lynn blvd.). Upper Darby, Pa. High Requiem Mass. 10 A. M., Church of St Laurence. Int. SS. Peter and Paul Cem. Friends may call Fri. eve.. 710. MULLAN Aug. 6. 1969. at 118 Sycamore rd., Havertown, MARY MULLAN. mother of Mary E. Redden and Margaret K. Redden. Relatives and friends invited to Hih Mass of Requiem. Church of the Sacred Heart, Sat. 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. NEFF Aug. 5. RUTH ESKELSON. wife of the late John M. Neff, of 116 Rockland rd., Havertown, Pa., sister of Mrs. Mary E. Smedley. Services Saturday morning, 11 o'clock, Yetdon-Blockley Baptist Church, Church lane at Cedar ave., Yeacion, Pa. Int. Westminster Cem. In lieu of flowers, it is reqjested that offerings be made in her memory to the Yeadon-Block-ley Church "In God's House forever more, my dwelling place shall be." NOLAN Aue. 5, 1969. of 1817 S. Alden st.. JOSEPH R., husband of the late Margaret Nolan (nee Touey). Relatives, friends and friends of Mr. Nolan from 16th and Market sts. are invited to funeral Sat., 10. 30 A. M., THOMAS J. O'ROURKE FUNERAL HOME. 1709 S. 56th st. Solemn Mass of Requiem, Church of the Most Blessed Sacrament. 12 o'clock noon. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends call Fri. evening. PSAKI GERTRUDE, on Aug. 7. 1969. of 711 Yale rd., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa., wife of the late Max Psaki, mother of Mrs. Allan M. (Evelyn Tabas, David and Martin Psaki, sister of Mrs. Esther Apt and Mrs. Goldie Kassei; also survived by 4 grandchildren. Services Friday, 2 P. M . precisely. ROSENBERG'S RAPHAEL SACKS. 4720 N. Broad St. Int. Roosevelt Memorial Park. Family will be at the late residence. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to Mental Health Charities. PULCINI ARTHUR C husband of Mary fnee Baker), of 1731 Fillmore St., on Thursday, Aug. 7, 1969. Relatives, friends and mem bet s of Veteran Boxers' Association and Frankford Post JT211. A. L., are invited to service Sunday, 8 30 P. M., GILBERT H. S( HOBERT Fl -NERAL HOME, 1677-79 Harrison st.. Frankford. Int. Ingiewood, Calif. Friends may call Sunday eve., alter 7 until time of service. REALE Aug. 6. 1969. DOMINICK, of 2858 S. Marvine St.. beloved husband of Gi-v ovanna (nee LaBate), and father of Mrs. Peter Marcucci. Mrs. Josephine Mosca, J. Anthony Reale; also survived by four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to funeral Saturday, 9 00 A. M.. from PENNA. BURIAL CO., 1327-29 S. Broad st. Requiem Mass. Stella Maris Church, 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing I ri. eve. (Free parking.) RIPPER On Aug. 6th. of 6606 Greenway ave., formerly of 6427 Paschall ave.. FLISA, wife of the late Charles H.. SR., mother of Charles, Raymond and Wayne. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral Sat.. 1 P. M , from YERKES FUNERAL HOME. 7031 Woodiand ave. Int. Glenwood Memorial Cemetery. Friends may call Friday eve., 7 to 9. R0DENHAVER HELEN (nee Hanf). on Aug. t. 1969. of 722 Marsden St.. wife of Earl B. Rodenhaver. age 67. Relatives, friends and members of Tacony Chapter No. 340, O. E. S.. and Sarah E. Collins Court No. 86, Order of Amaranth are invited to attend the viewing Sunday eve., 7 to 9. from ROBERT B. ROWLAND FUNERAL HOME. 7013-15 Torresdale ave. Services and interment Chambersburg. Pa. O. E. S. service, 8 P. M. Order of Amaranth service, 130 P. M. ROlMEY Aug. 5. 1969. SUSIE A. (nee Smur-da). wife of the late John J.. of 133 Seneca ave., Lester, Pa.; mother of Ann. Mrs. Mary Daknis and Paul T. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the KISH FUNERAL HOME, 650 Elmwood ave., F"ri. eve. High Requiem Maas. Church of St. Margaret Mary. Sat., 1C A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. ROSAR Aug 5. 1969. of 174 W Atlantic st., JOSEPH G.. age 66. beloved husband of the late Catherine (nee McDonald), brother of Mr. John Roar, Mr. George Rosar, Mrs. Matilda Bidding and Mrs. Minnie Peterman. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral Sat., 8 30 A. M. from the CHARLES J. O'NEILL Fl-NERAL HOME. Mascher and Tioea sts. High Mass of Reqiuem. 10 A. M . Church of St. Hugh. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Friends may call Fri. eve. tAmple paxkini.i Died ROSENFELD Aug. 7. '99, JACK, husband of I.ea.i. of 4849 V 9tii St.. father of Mr. Sidney Rosenfeld of Baltimore, Ml.; Mrs. Selma Kothstein and the late Ann Hoiiman; brother of Mrs. Jean Hyman. ol N Y.i also survived by 7 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. Relatives and friends and members of the Phila.-S. Jersey Joint Board. I.L.G V U .. of which he chairman and First Fastover B A , of whieh he was president, are invited to f'ineral scrvu es Sun , 2 P M precisely. "GOLDSTEINS ." 6410 n! Broad st. Entombment Roosevelt Memorial Park Mausoleum. Shiva will be observed at the Rothstein residence, 607 Anthony rd., Elkins Park, Pa. SCHNYDER MORRIS, on Aug. 7, 1968. husband of Jennie I nee Sussman). ol 2T-6 Belmont ae.. father of Fannie Broun. Bert Smiler. Louis. Albert and Irvm Sch.nyQr: "lso survived by n grandchildren and 9 ereatcrandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to iSv.'vi'i Su"da, 10 A. M. JO-KPII I Ht'i AN-U S"N MEMORIAL IHAPELS. N. Broad s, ahove 7,st ave. Int. Hjyni Solomon Cem. Family will return to the Schnyder residence. Green H.ll Apts.. jou ( ,iv Line ave. in lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be marie to the Uptown Home for the Aged or Fight for Sight. SHERMAN ,htUf.7, r-lP. hushand of wJT..i e..Me'!tcca- ,he Flanders of Louis, .larry and Raymond Slier-m";. h,r.0,.her of Dorothy Simkins. Fannie toleman and David Sherman: also survived by 6 grandchildren and 1 great-grandson. Relatives and friends are invited to services Fn 10 A M . JOSKPH I EVINF 4 'flv MEMORIAL ( HAPEI.S. North Bad st. aoove 71st ave. Int. Har Zion br'oSk parkway": UI retUrD ' 25 4er" SMITH 5, "" GERTRUDE M. SMITH (nee McCosker). wile of Wil-liam B. Smith of 2317 S. 21st st. Also survived by a son John J. Smith. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral on Monday at 8 :0 A M from OLIVER H. B AIR'S. 18 Chest: nut St.. where friends may call Sun-??V 7"u K-Hequiem High Mass ( luirch of St. Monica 10 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. SMITH (B0R0VN YACK) ,.,EV,ERECK' on A,IE- 19. of 619 W. Tioea st., husband of Mary i nee Wright) Relatives, friends and mem-beis of Local 8?0 and employes ol C Schmidt and Son are invited to funeral Saturday, 8 A M , from IIOVtlllK I-1 NERAL HOME, 6th and Tioga st, Requiem Mass. St Veronica's Church' 9 A. M. Int. Our Lady of Grace 'en Friends may call Friday, alter 7 P. M. SMITH Aue. 5. 1909. ELMER F. husband of Marie E. nee Ladisiawi, of t,4 s 56th st. Relative, and friends inviterf I'w..?11 t ,hp Kls FUNERAL HOME. 606 Elmwood ave, Fri eve Solemn Requiem M.iss. church of st' Barnabas. Sat.. 9 30 A. M. Int. Holy Cross Cem. ST0JAK man'o - of M Thompson st., MARY Kluska ), wtfe of the late Anthony; beloved mother of Helen Drap-cz.vnski. Fred. Anthony. Eleanor Lahm, Frank. Dolly Bennett. Robert and the late Joseph; also survived bv 10 grandchildren and seven greatgrandchildren. Relatives, friends pnd all organizations of which she was a member re invited to the funeral Sat.. 9:30 A. M.. at the ANTHONY JAGIELSKI Fl'NERAL HOME. 26?3 E. Allegheny ave. Solemn Requiem Mass, 10:30 A. M. at St. Adalbert's Church. Int. St. Peter's Cem. Viewing Fri. eve . 6 to 10. In lieu of ilowers. Mass Cards preferred. ST0LLSTEIMER HENRY T , husband of Carrie C.raf Stollsteimer, ol 101 Brookhne blvd, Havertown, on Aug. 6. 19ti9. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral service Sat . 10 30 A M.. at the HARRIS K. FLOUNDERS FUNERAL HOME, 115 w. Eagle rd. (at Oakmont ave). Havertown. Int private. Friends may call Sat. after 9 30 A. M. In lieu of flowers, contributions to your local Heart Fund will be appreciated. TRAUT Aug. 6. 1969. of 3426 Midvale ave.. LENA nee Breitwieser), wife of the late Fred Traut. Relatives and friends invited to services Sat. 10 ;0 A. M.. KIRK & NICE, 6301 German-town ave. Int. Chelten Hill Cem. Friends may call Sat. after 9 A. M. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Pastoral Aid Assoc, of the F irst Presbyterian Church in Gtn. or The Presbyterian Home for Widows 4t Single Women, 5Sth and Green-way ave.. Phila. VETRONE FAUST, beloved husband of the late Margaret (nee Trimble), Aus. 6. 199. of 2420 S. Watts st.. father of Robert. Louise. Mrs. Mary Todt. Mrs. Regina Ann Wojiechowski. Mrs. Theresa Powers. Mrs. F rances Brown and Mj. Margaret Thomas. 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild, -telatives and friends invited to funeral Sat . 8 A. M.. from LEONETTI FUNERAL HOME. INC.. N E. cor Broad and Wolf sts. High Requiem Mass 9 A. M.. F2piphany Churrh. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Viewing Fri. eve. 7 to 10. WESTC0TT F:STEI.LE O. beloved mother of Katherine Camlin. devoted sister of Vance H. and Louis C. Robinson; also survived by 9 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to the funeral service Saturday. 10 A. M.. from the RUNTAGH Fl'NERAL HOME. 21st St. at Passyunk ave. Int. Morris Cem., Phoenixville. Pa. Friends may call Friday evening. WILSON Of Route 611, Ottsville, Pa., formerly of Phila. Suddenly, on Aug. 6. 1969, EARL V., husband of Margaret J. Gisuere Wilson, aee 53 years. Relatives and friends invited to funeral on Saturday. Aug. 9. at 8 30 A. M . from the SLM OX FUNERAL HOME, 5?2 E. Main st.. Lansdale, Pa. Requiem Mass at St. Stanislaus Church, Lansdale. at 9:30 A. M. Int. Holy Sepulchre Cem., Wyndmoor. Pa. Friends may call Friday evening after 7 P. M. YOUNG HARRY C, husband of Emma M. (nee Myers), ol 725 buffulk rd., Rydal, on Aug. 5, 19t9 Services at convenience of the family. Int. private. In lieu of flowtrs, make contributions to the American Cancer Society. ZAPPAS00I Suddenly, Aug. . 169. PIETRO (PKTERi of 5633 Kingsessing ave., Phiia., beloved husband of the late Pat wynne (nee Anderson) and devoted father of Catherine and David. Also survived by his father Romeo, brothers Pio E.. Vincent R , Victor R. ..nd sisters Julia Picciriili and Violet Hudson. Relatives, friends, also all societies and organizations of which he was a member are invited to the funeral Sat . 8 30 A. M.. RICHARD L. KELLY Fl'NERAL HOME. cor. Long Lanr and Walnut st., Upper Darby. Funeral services 10 A. M. in the Chapel of "Vest Laurel Hill Cem. Friends may call Fri. eve. Parking for viewing church lot. Shirley rd. and Walnut st. i F:ntrnre Shirley rd ). Unveiling Notices JOSEPH SILVER Har Nebo Cemetery, Sunday, Au. 10. 12 noon. Cemetery Lots CEMETERY Lots. 4 graves. Gardra of Prayer. Glenwood Memorial t.dns. Broomall. Pa. S(50 Kl 6 3617 9 5 P. M. or call 66-0246 alter 5 P.M. HILLSIDE Crmrlery-Ahinglon sec. Plot of 3 graves for 6 persons. S300. LU 3-1910 FLORISTS GUIDE BRIMMER'S V55 Kensinqton Ave. NE 4-0661 WANNER'S FLOWERS 1901 COTTWAM AVE. PA 5-7500 I'm fflcmoriam It has become a custom of many people tc publish an In Memorlam verse in memory of a departed loved one. Ve have eol'ected e number of Suitable verses in a free pamphlet. If you wish to use this service, please call Miss Allen at LO 3-5000 or write her at The Inquirer. The charge is just 75c a line daily or Sunday.

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