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40 THE COURIER-NEWS Plainfield, N. J., Wednesday, January 11, 1961 Howard Watson Ambruster, Coach, Engineer, Lecturer Fanwood Howard Watson Ambruster, 82, a retired chemical engineer, lecturer and author, died yesterday (Jan. 10, 1961) in his home at 158 Forest Rd. He had been ill since March. Mr. Ambruster, who was Rutgers University's first paid football coach in the late 1890s, last worked as a special policeman directing school traffic near Forest and North Aves. here. He was born in Germantown.'as of Jan. 1, this year. Festival Planned Plans for a Jewish Musical Festival were made by the Ju-daica division of the adult education committee at the Jewish Community Center last night. The festival will be held on Feb. 21 in celebration of the Jewish music month. Charles Shimel is chairman. Earle H. Segur Earle H. Segur, 70, of Guern-seytown Rd., Watertown, Conn., brother of Mrs. Ruth S. Burke of 1154 Evergreen Ave., died yes terday (Jan. 10, 1961) in Water bury Hospital, Waterbury, Conn., after a long illness. He was president and treas urer of Hollis D. Segur, Inc., a Waterbury insurance agency started by his father in 1890. A graduate of Taft School and Yale University, he served as a first lieutenant with the infantry in Europe during World War 1. He was a former chairman of the Republican State Finance Committee in Connecticut and a former member of the Connecticut Housing Authority, and the Waterbury Republican Town Committee. Surviving in addition to his sister are his widow, Mrs. Ruth Tiffany Cheney Segur; twin stepsons, Richard O. Cheney of Kensington, Conn.; and Douglas T. Cheney of Bolton, Conn., and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Alder-son Funeral Home in Waterbury, with the Rev. Robert C. Dodge, pastor of the Second Congregational Church of Waterbury, officiating. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery, Waterbury. WINTHROP HIRAM SMITH Morris, Conn. (JP) Winthrop Hiram Smith, 67, board chairman of the brokerage firm Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith, died yesterday at his home after a long illness. He was the third employe of the firm, having started as a $7-a-week clerk. Smith also was a vice president and governor of the association of stock exchange firms and from 1949 to 1955 a governor of the New York Stock Exchange. ISABEL PATERSON Montclair (JP) Isabel Pater-son, 75, a novelist and former book reviewer for the New York Herald-Tribune, died of a heart ailment while visiting friends last night. She resided in Princeton. Deaths AMBRUSTER Howard Watson, on Jan 10, 1961, of 158 Forest Rd., Fanwood beloved husband of Mrs. Ursula Am- Druster, father of Lieut. Col. Watson Ambruster, the secretary, U. S. Army, of Bedford, Mass., 3 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren. Reposing at "Rossi Funeral Home," 1937 wesiTieid Ave., scotch Plains. Complete notice hereafter. n Forman J. Lutz Dies at 56; N. J. Bell Zone Manager HOWE On Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1961, E. Ruth Kuntz, wife of George A. Howe. Residence Old Highway, Whitehouse, N. J. Services will be held at the "Memorial Funeral Home," 400 Franklin P!. at E. Seventh St., Plainfield, on Frida afternoon, Jan. 13 at 1:30 o'clock. Interment Bound Brook Cemetery, Bound Brook, N. J. Friends may call at the funeral home after 1 p.m. Thursday. 12 KING Arthur R., of Church St., Lib- eriy corner, n. j., on Monday, Jan. 9, 1961, beloved husband of Elizabeth Bunn King, father of Mrs. Joseph J. Sisto, and Miss Melda R. King. Funeral services 2 p.m., Thursday, at the Gallaway & Crane Funeral Home, 101 So. Finley Ave., Basking Ridge, N. J. Interment W. Millington Baptist Ceme tery. Friends may call Wednesday 3-5 and 7-10 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be sent to the Somerset County Heart i-uno. 11 NIVISON Victoria, on Jan. 10, 1961, of Ave. I and 13th St.. Outcalt. N .1 . formerly of Brooklyn, widow of Thomas C, mother of Thomas A. of Plainfield, and Mrs. J. W. Tate and Mrs. A. D Manson, 9 grandchildren, 2 sreat-grand- cnnoren. Funeral services Friday, 12:45, at the Hulse Funeral Home, 455 Main St., Spots-wood, N. J., at 1 p.m. at Spotswood Re- tormed enured. Interment Ocean View Cemetery, Oak- wooa neignrs, a. 1. Friends may call Wednesday 7-10 p.m.. i nursday z-5, 7-10 p.m. 12 RICH EL Peter, beloved husband of jennie Aiaaie Kicnel. Father of Mrs. vviinam vidbbdri, acoicn Plains, Mrs. John Parrish, Plainfield, Mrs. Ronald Weikert, New Market, Mrs. Donald Mrscnoaum, ;o. Plainfield and Michael P. Richel, Hollywood, Fla. Residence t-avauene, formerly of Plainfield, on wonoay, Jan. ?, 1961. Funeral from the Higgins "Home for Funerals," 209 W. Eighth St., Plain- field, on Thursday, Jan. 12, 9:30 a.m. Solemn Requiem Mass St. Bernard's i.nurcn, iu a.m. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, Plain field. 11 SARGENT John N., beloved husband of Rose Barrella Sargent, residence 167 manning Ave., no. Plainfield, on Monday, Jan. 9, 1961, father of Mrs. Joseph A. Butrico, 702 Hamilton Blvd., So. Plainfield, and John Joseph Sargent, at home. Funeral from the Higgins "Home for Funerals," 209 W. Eighth St., Plainfield, Friday, Jan. 13, 9 a.m. Solemn Requiem Mass St. Joseph's Church, No. Plainfield, 9:30 a.m. Interment Holy Redeemer Cemetery, So. Plainfield. Members of St. Joseph's Holy Name Society will meet Thursday evening, 7 p. m. at the funeral home. 12 SLORAH On Monday, Jan. 9, 1961, Amelia L., wife of the late Robert G. Slorah Jr. Residence 1115 W. Front St. Mother of Mrs. Gertrude S. Haskard, Mrs. Edson B. Day, and the late Mrs. Elsie Robinson. Services at the A. M. Runyon & Son Funeral Home, 900 Park Ave., Plain-field, on Thursday, Jan. 12 at 2 p.m. Interment in Hillside Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. 11 In Memoriam Pa., and attended Germantown Academy before entering the University of Pennsylvania. He was a member of the Class of 1899 in the Wharton School of Business but left college several months before his scheduled graduation to coach football at Rutgers. He was awarded his Bachelor of Science degree in economics at the University of Pennsylvania's commencement exercises 40 years later, in June, 1939. The action was taken as a result of a petition to the university's faculty by members of the class with whom Mr. Ambruster would have graduated. Opposed Monopolies Mr. Ambruster long was identified with a movement for strict enforcement of the fed eral food and drug laws. He also was a foe of cartels and monopolies in general and of I. G. Farben of Germany in par ticular. One of his first jobs was as reporter on the old Philadelphia Evening Telegraph, of which his father was editor-in-chief. He later served on the repor torial staff of the Philadelphia Times and became a columnist for the old New York Compass. In 1900 Mr. Ambruster en tered the chemical engineering field in Virginia and later was associated with the development of the rayon industry in this country. He became secretary' and director of an "artificial silk" concern in Philadelphia. He held executive positions with chemical subsidiaries of a num ber of large corporations from 1910-1920 and opened his office as a consulting chemical engi neer in New York in 1921. In 1927 Mr. Ambruster be came associated with the cam paign for enforcement of the pure food and drug laws. He was the author of magazine articles and brochures in that field. In 1947 Mr. Ambruster testified on monopoly legisla tion before the subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee. He recommended many changes in proposed anti-monopoly bill and stressed the need for stronger enforcement of regulations. Wrote About Christ In 1955 Mr. Ambruster was one ot tnree nainiieia area authors listed as among con tributors to the book "This I Believe About Jesus Christ," issued by a religious publish ing firm. Other contributors in eluded Wilbur LaRoe Jr., Wash ington lawyer and Presbyter ian Church leader, a native of Westfield, and Lee H. Bristol, New York advertising man and also a former Westfield resi dent. Mr. Ambruster resided in Westfield for many years before moving to Fanwood in 1949. He and Mrs. Ambruster celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary June 15, 1960 Besides his widow, Mrs. Ur sula Ambruster, the deceased leaves one son, Lieut. Col. Watson Ambruster 2nd of Bedford, Mass., three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Rossi Funeral Home, Scotch Plains Mrs. Georgre A. Howe Mrs. Ruth Kuntz Howe of Old Highway, Whitehouse, wife of George A. Howe, a retired Courier-News printer, died last r-.irrU I T n r, 1(1 1 Qft 1 in tho Hunterdon Medical Center, j Funeral services for Forman J. Lutz, former Plainfield resi Flemington, after a brief ill- dent who djed yesterday (Jan. 10, 1961) in Riverview Hospital, ness. She had undergone sur-jRed Bank win be tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. in the Adams Memorial S"LatHowe was"orn Sooner Home. Broad St., Red Bank. Burial will be in Fair View Brook. She and her husband .Cemetery, Kea uamc. had resided in Stirling Rd., Watchung, before movin Whitehouse five years ago. Mr.,sey Bell Telephone Company, Howe, who became a Courier-! macje is home at 70 Shrews-News printer in 1926, retired bury Brook Rd., Shrewsbury. ,He was the husband of Mrs. Besides her husband, Mrs. (Margaret Cunningham Lutz. Howe leaves a daughter, Miss!Born jn Louisville Lois Edsall, at home; three j Mr Lutz was born in Louis. brothers Louis G. Kuntz of Lm Ky. 56 years ago. He Miami Shores, Fla., William , cnrpwchiirv in IQrifi from 172 Maple Ave. He was graduated from Montclair High School and Yale University, .Mrs. Wilbur Jordan Cranford Mrs. Ann O'Grady Jordan, 78, of 205 N. Lehigh Ave., widow of Wilbur E. Jordan, died yesterday, (Jan. 10, 1961) in Muhlenberg Hospital, J 1 ;1I . jLiULi., V iiVJ VV C J jLJV lltU W n to zone manager of the New Jer Kuntz of Williston Park, L. 1., and George Kuntz of Bivalve, Md and three sisters, the Mis- ses Clara and Gussie Kuntz of iclass o ig27 While at Yale he Bound isrooK ana j.vixs. iui wu-. n!lmPH an All.Ampriran wa hardt of New York. Services will be conducted by the Rev. Arthur L. DeWire of the Whitehouse Methodist Church at 1:30 p.m. Friday in the Memorial Funeral Home, Plainfield. Interment will be in the Bound Brook Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 1 p.m. tomorrow. Mrs. Raf f aele Saporito Raritan Funeral services for Mrs. Domenica Saporito of 47 Gaston Ave., who was found dead in her home yesterday, are being arranged by the Bongiovi Funeral Home. Surviving besides her husband are one daughter, Miss Louise Ann Saporito, and one son, Raf-faele Saporito, both at home; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ri-torto of 110 Bell Ave.; four sisters, Mrs. Anthony Marasia of 14 Weiss Terr., Mrs, John Sofia of Somerville, Mrs. Salvatore Pas- anante of West Hollywood, Fla., and Miss Marie Ritorto of 110 Bell Ave. John R. Apgar Clinton Funeral services for John Russell Apgar of Route 69 will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the DeVoe Funeral Home, Washington, by the Rev. Wesley Kemp of the Washing ton Methodist Church. Burial will be in Washington Ceme tery. Mr. Apgar, who was 56, died Monday (Jan. 9, 1961) in Hunterdon Medical Center, Flemington, after a long illness. He was born in New Village and later lived in Washington. He was a carpenter and a member of Washington Moose Lodge and Washington Exempt Fireman's Association. He leaves a brother, Leslie of Cranford, and two sisters, Mrs. Grace Julian of Washington and Mrs. Vivian Henderson of South Plainfield. ter polo player for two successive years. Mr. Lutz joined the New Jer sey Telephone Company as a student engineer in 1928. Following assignments as loop gang foreman and supervising line foreman, he was made district construction supervisor at Hack- ensack in 1931. In 1938 Mr. Lutz was appoint ed N. J. Bell's Paterson district construction methods supervisor. Later that year he was ap pointed Atlantic City district construction supervisor. Following a year as Newark district construction supervisor he was made Plainfield district equipment superintendent in 1943. Three years later he became equipment superintendent of Bell's Newark-Suburban district. He was appointed plant superintendent of that district in April, 1950. Personnel Supervisor In October, 1950, Mr. Lutz was made personnel relations supervisor in Bell's personnel department. He was a member of the Northern New Jersey Power Squadron and H. G. McCully Chapter, Telephone Pioneers of America, and a former officer of the Absecon Power Squadron. He had been active in the Plainfield Community Chest and Red Cross drives. Survivors besides his widow are one son, Charles E. Lutz, a senior at the University oi Southern California in Los An geles; two sisters, Mrs. John W. Trott of Tucson, Ariz., and Mrs. Russell R. Raab of Belle aire Beach, Fla.; and his mother, Mrs. Charles Lutz of Upper Montclair. Mrs. Oliver B. Hill Services were held yesterday for Mrs. Elizabeth Cutter Hill of St. Petersburg, Fla. formerly of Plainfield, in the A. M. Runyon and Son Funeral Home. The Rev. Glenn E. Hanneman, pastor of the First-Park Baptist Church, officiated. Interment was in Hillside Cemetery. Mrs. Hill, widow of Oliver B. Hill, died last Wednesday in St. Petersburg. Arthur Alcorn Dunellen Funeral services for Arthur Alcorn, 81, former resident of North Plainfield, who died Saturday in the Cranford Hall Nursing Home in Cranford, were held yesterday in the Mundy Funeral Home with the Rev. Raymond E. Neff, pastor of the First Methodist Church of Plainfield, officiating. Interment was in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Flushing, L. I., N. Y. Mrs. James Donaldson Berkeley Heights Christian Science services for Mrs. James Donaldson of 63 Old Farm Rd were conducted yesterday in the A. M. Runyon and Son Funeral Home, Plainfield, by Walter Giesecke, reader of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, Plainfield. Interment was in Hollywood Memorial Park, Union. Mrs. Donaldson died last Friday. ' -j wt; "fo I'M - ' , f4 p ' - i " ' - , $ fc I I- - I kA : I - ' I. Jack Leibowitz Iselin Funeral services for Jack Leibowitz, 59, of 257 Middlesex Tpke., who died Monday (Jan. 9, 1961), were held this Thomas J. Mullan Edison A funeral for Thomas J. Mullan, 43, of 55 Idlewild Rd., who was found dead of car- bon monoxide poisoning in his Plainfield after a lingering ill-,morning at the E. Bernheim &car Sunday (Jan. 8, 1961), will ness. She was the mother oflsons Memorial Chapel, Newark. Raymond R. Jordan of 34 N. Born in Russia, he came to Martine Ave. Fanwood. "this country in 1920 and moved Born in Bayonne, Mrs. Jor-'here from Newark 14 years ago. dan had lived in Cranford 25' A self-employed building con-years. Her husband died in 'tractor, he was a member of the January, 1954. She was a com-'Congregation Beth Sholem here, municant of St. Michael's I Congregation Anshe Rumania of Church here. Newark, and Carpenters Local Besides her son in Fanwood.715, AFL-CIO, Elizabeth. Cha ioa,roc snntw snn .Tpss F.: Surviving ire his widow, Mrs. of MiddlPtown: three srandchil-i Sylvia Fenily Leibowitz; a son, Forman J. Lutz Mrs. John Swayze Long Valley Mrs. Mary An thony Swayze, 94, of Mill St., died yesterday (Jan. 10, 1961) in her home. She was the widow of John Swayze. The oldest woman in Long Valley, she was a native here. She was a member of the Lu theran Church and the United Lutheran Church Women. Mrs. Swayze is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Annie Anderson of Long Valley-Middle Valley Rd. and Mrs. Frances Mc-Connell, with whom she lived. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in the Lutheran Church with the Rev. Louis Bell, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in the family plot in Naughright Cemetery. dren, and two brothers, William F. O'Grady of Cranford and Joseph O'Grady of Bayonne. The funeral will be held Fri day at 8:30 a. m. from the Doo-ley Colonial Home in Westfield, and at 9 a High Requiem Mass will be offered in St. Michael's Church here. Interment will be in the family plot. Benjamin D., and a daughter, Miss Dorothy Faye Leibowitz, both at home; a brother, Samuel of Newark; and two sisters, Mrs. Yetta Turock, Norfolk, Va., and Miss Lillian Leibowitz, Newark. be held at 9 a.m. tomorrow from the Runyon Mortuary, Metuch-en, to St. Matthew's Church, Stelton, where a Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 9:30 a.m. Interment will be in Beverly National Cemetery. A disabled veteran of World War 2, Mr. Mullan was awarded the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star. He saw service in the African, Middle Eastern and European theaters. He was born in Belfast, Ireland. He had lived in New York City and Kearny before moving here several years ago. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Catherine Boyle Mullan; three sons, Thomas J. Jr., Kevin and Brian, all at home; three daugh- 3Irs. Frank A. Kylish Roselle Funeral services for Mrs. Ella M. Kylish, 72, of 626 Iters, Kathleen and Mary Ann, at Mrs. William Harter East Orange Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret A. Harter, 82, of 84 Lenox Ave., widow of William Harter, who died Monday ( Jan. 9, 1961), will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow in the Raymond A. Lanterman & Son Funeral Home, Morristown. Among those surviving is a brother, Charles Corbin, Basking Ridge. Adrian W. Compton Denville Adrian W. Compton, 51, of Merri Trail died Mon day (Jan. 9, 1961) in Morris- town Memorial Hospital after a short illness. He was the hus band of Mrs. Winifred Maliss Compton. Mr. Compton, manager of the Compton Press Inc. of Morris- town, was born in Bernards- ville and lived in Denville forj the past 10 years. He was secretary of the National Business Security Coun cil and a member of the Chamber of Commerce of Morris-town. Surviving, in addition to his widow, are a son, Fred Compton of Whippany; a daughter, Mrs. Ralph Schlegel of California; his mother, Mrs. Florence T. Compton of New Providence; a brother, Florian Compton of Chester; a sister, Miss Christine Compton of Milling-ton, and four grandchildren. Services will be tomorrow at 11 a.m. in the Bernardsville Methodist Church with The Rev. Ross E. Winner officiating. Interment will be in Bedminster Reformed Church Cemetary. Friends may call at the Gal laway and Crane Funeral Home, Bernardsville, after 2 p.m. to day. Meadow St., widow of Frank A. Kylish, who died Sunday (Jan. 8, 1961), were held this morning in the Robert J. Mitchell Funeral Home, Elizabeth. Among those surviving is a daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Hasla'm of Edison. home; and Mrs. Alexander Danish, Edison; his mother, Mrs. Mary Green, New York City; two sisters, Mrs. Anthony Sal-vato, East Meadow, L. I.; and Mrs. Clair Heffernan, Grand Rapids, Mich. Mrs. Thomas Nivison Spotswood Mrs. Victoria Nivison of Ave. I and 13th St., widow of Thomas C. Nivison, died yesterday (Jan. 10, 1961) at her home after a brief ill ness. She was 76. Among her survivors is a son, Thomas A. Nivison of 830 Berckman St., Plainfield. Services will be conducted Friday at 12:45 p.m. in the Hulse Funeral Home, 455 Main St., and at 1 p.m. in the Spots-wood Reformed Church. Burial will be in Ocean View Cemetery, Oakwood Heights, S. I. John N. Sargent St. Joseph's Holy Name Society will meet tomorrow at 7 p.m. at the Higgins Home for Funerals to recite the Rosary for John N. Sargent of 167 Manning Ave., who died Monday. Mrs Charles Chizik Union Funeral services for Mrs. Julia Chizik, 69, of 1225 Morris Ave., wife of Charles Chizik, who died yesterday (Jan. 10, 1961), will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the Pettit Funeral Home, Rahway. Also among those surviving is a daughter, Mrs. Ann Piscitelli of Edison. An Investment in Peace of Mind Many thoughtful families plan both their cemetery plot and a suitable monument before the need arises, when all the family is together to make this important decision. En joy peace of mind without obligation on cemetery require-ments and guidance in selecting a suitable monument. consult us (darre) 1 GUILD PLAINFIELD GRANITE WORKS LAMPERTI BROS. RICHMOND at FOURTH STREET PL 6-4387 100 YEARS OF Most of our business comes through people we've thoughtfully served. The reason understanding, sincere guidance and dependability in helping you select a fine monument vGuuo! L. L. MANNING & SON Est. 1861 Stanley Burner, Owner 405 West Front St. Tel. PL 6-0706 Illustrated Booklet Sent Upon Request Builders of Quality Monuments for 100 Years HIGGINS PL 6-0017 Home for Funerals -8th St. at Arlington In loving memory of our husband and father, Peter w. Early, who passed away Jan. 11, 1959. Gone, but not forgotten. Loving Wife Anna, " and children 11 Card of Thanks The family of the late SSgt. William L. Cummings wishes to express its thanks and appreciation to its many wonderful friends and neighbors who came to its aid, performed so dutifully during its bereavement, willingly donated the use of their cars, and so thoughtfully sent flowers. Thanks are also extended to the Revs. Edward L. Braithwaite and Dr. A. Ross Brent who so ably officiated at the memorial services. We also wish to express our thanks to the Judkins Funeral Home for their kind and efficient services. Mrs. Evelyn Cummings and the Cummings family 11 YjkmmJJgksat J DiDARIO & MARINO AGENCY 287 Netherwood Ave. PL 6-5513 Plainfield ELLIS A. ENANDER 135 North Avenue Plainfield PL 4-7377 FINNERTY & LINGER "Every Insurance Service" 109 Park Avenue Plainfield PL 5-3300 (PM GEORGE E. GREK AGENCY REALTORS INSURANCE "A Complete Insurance and Real Estate Service" 210 E Main St. Bound Brook EL 6-0450 Evenings EL 6-1187 PATRICK L. 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