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i-iOauay, DCATHS AUf. MM. F. fcran, tftti Tl sur- IT vitr Mrs. tm MM.

KtnMb urandehlldrtB mftt-nudehiU; one ilitrr Mrs. MMto Hilts. terrtew mt Itome, 306 mi? call to 9, MUt 3 to 4 Md 7 to 9. Jaur- 3 L. tl JonUn.

Ctork; two Mri. Hertwt W. Qtone toret I two Lttft. children; i. rrom B.

Bush ft Putters! Chapel, Jordan. Tuesday. o. the Raymond officltttar Bttrtml Xtngdom Cemetery. Masonic Monday, CaUinir hours Bundav and.

Monday. to and to- ft p. m. Ace. 20.

Martin Dean of CHAML. 4610 SOUTH SAUNA Monday at 3.30 p. m. Interment in Onondan VaHtj Ctintttry. Vlsita- tion from 4 7 to 9 P.

m. G. W. Tripp Dies, Town of Stafford Farmer 45 Years George W. Tripp, of 269 W.

I Borden died at hjs home esterdaj. Mr. Tripp was born in Moravia and moved to the town of Stafford where he was a farmer (or 45 ysars. He retired 39 years ago and moved to Syracuse. He was a member of the Danforth United Church.

Mr. Tripp is survived by hU wife, Anna Breed Tripp; a son- in-law, Srnest C. Bartlett Borodino; a sister, Mrs. Jennie Callender, Skaneateles RD three grandsons, Lt Col. Thayer Bartlett, England; Dr.

George T. Bartlett, Elmira; Edward E. Bartlett, Elizabeth, N. and six great- HOWAftD J. VAN DVZER, Anthony of Padua Church, In- -In BbrUsfl.

N. J. AM. 1993. Hoy A.

GoUreT. aied Sui- wed oy hla wife. Cronk Oodlrev: sons, Richard ij. and Otortt Godfrey; his mother, MM. llltn L.

CKxUrty: brothtn, Soencer C- torwond Floyd Louis P. John J. Oodlw; oni Mra. Arthw JfcXntfMt: OM Bd ht nieces and naphews. Funeral from the Kbridee Communitr Chuito Monday.

2 9 m. the Rev. Illis Eaton olftelat- Burial Mount Pleasant Cemetery Friwds mav eal- at UO E. Main HbrMte. Bundav a to 5 and 7 to ArraMtinenU B.

U.Buih 4 grandchilden, Service will be at 3 p. m. Wednesday at the Uttley Norris Funeral Home, Marcellus. The 101 Gertrude North Syracuse, died yesterday at fcome. Native of Watktns Glen, he formerly lived in Ogdensburg and Theresa before moving to North Syracuse about five years ago.

He owned and operated the Van Motor Express Co. He was a member of Theresa Lodge, 174, FAM. Services will be at the. Sears Funeral Syracuse, al 1.30 p. m.

The Hev. Archie MacKinney will' officiate. Burial will be in Chapel Memory Gardens, Friends may call from 7 to 9 p. m. today, and from 3 to and 7 to 9 p.

morrow. He is survived "by his wife, Mrs, Louise Reynolds Van Duzer; two daughters, Mrs. Howard Keach, Mattydale, and Mrs. Donald Kip- Fran- ficiate. Interment will be in Boro- nino Cemetery.

Frienda may call at the fu.ieeral home from 7 to 9 m. Monday, and 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. Tuesday. moMA-- Di Roma astd Suddenly at hJs Komi 148 John it. Auc.

32. 1193. Be a member of the Building and Construction Tildes Council Union 13. SurrlttoB are Ma wilt. Mra.

Una Anseloro pt Koma; toaa, Frank. John. Domlnfek atthard, and ftrt. Bobcrt Di Roma iUtioned In Kansas; lour dauahters, Mrs. Frank Mrs.

Arthur Ou- artote. of X. Antellce IX Roma, and Miu Arlene DI Roma; two brothers and two sisters In. Italy; cruMtefeildm and teverai nleeei, aepbawa and Punaral will be conducted ib the Plrro Puneral Borne Tuesday at t.13 m. ami in Our Lady of Pompel Church at 10 a.

m. Burial ta Assumption Canttcry. Trtends may call at lit funeral home 511 H. State St. from 3 to 4 and to 10 m.

KRRO A SOUg DWIOHT-In city 37. James If. Dwlttot cy wift Eoro- thj Wtavtr, William, one step- Ma Hofcart ftrnw, tiro dauffctin, Mrs. Ttrwa Fftlaom, Mn. Shirley atvtn irandeliUdxan.

two Brothers Cnarlef and Roy Dwitt. two aiSMn, Mn. Irtnt Tatar Ji ind Mn. Jana LaVan. Fttnaral BrrDcti at tat Trader Fwneral Borne 1217 Wtdneaday.

al S.IS N. SaUna a. m. at Holy Bosarr ehurth a. m.

Burial As- FWantft may call Monday to Tuttdar a to 4 and 7 to Jordan, K. A 1H3, HvKphre? ace T4. auxrtvfftd hla wife. Mn. Bdna UmaMto; thru ions.

Robert Doaald and Kdmundi; one dauthUr. Mra. 7. Chartt Barafcoat: twv nandchUdrsn. from B.

L. Bnah 9t Funeral Home. Jordan Toetdar 4 p. The Rev. Hornaa T.

Thurston oftldatlnc. Maole Grofe Cemetery. Fleaw flowers. Mawnic Krvlces Monday S.19 P. m.

CUHni hours 3 to 5 and to o. m. Peter Macewicz, Father of Fulton Priest Succumbs Peter Macewicz, 141 Lakeview of the Rev. Stanley Macewicz, assistant pay tor of Immaculate Conception Church, Fulton, died in -Grouse-Irving Hospital last night A native of Poland, he was a Syracuse resident 40 years and was employed by the Cruiclble Steel Co. of America Sanderson-Halcomb Works.

Besides his son. he is survived by two daughters, Stanley Szach and Mrs. John T. Glowacki; four grandchildren; brother, ces Van Duzer, Clay; eight grandchildren and several nieces and BENJAMIN GRATZER, 67, of 128 Church st. North Syracuse, died yesterday at his home.

He was a resident of the North Syracuse- area. Mr. Gratzer was a stock clerk at Grouse-Hinds Co, Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Josephine Truax Gratzer; two daughters, Mrs. Henry Zinsmeyer, and Mrs.

Merton Kimpland, all of North Syracuse; five grandchildren and one great granddaughter. Services will be at the Sears Funeral Home, North Syracuse at 3:30 m. Wednesday. The Rev. Harold Swales will officiate.

Burial will be in North Syracuse Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p. m. today ahd from 3. to 5 and 7 to 9 p.

m. tomorrow. EMIL F. BARNES, 77, a life Michael Macewicz' of of Liverpool died yes- N. and two nephews.

terday at hi? home, 121 Meyers Services will be'at 10 a m. Wed! rd. yard conductor for the New nesday at the Raymond J. Bordynski Funeral Home at 10.30 a. m.

in Sacred Heart Chtirch where the Rev. Macewicz will celebrate the requiem mass. Burial will be in Sacrwl Heart Cemetwy. Friends may call at 1036 W. Genesee st today and tomorrow from 2 to i and 7 to 10 p.

m. York' 1 Central railroad unttl his re- terment will be in Assumption Heart Attack Fatal ri i To James Dwight tf hniirr a James Dwi ht of Fitch Cemetery, calling nqurs are irom, fatallv psrlv VPS- SMfcT-t and 7 to 10 p. m. tomorrow and Wednesday. MRS.

FRANCES M. JAY, 63, wife of Nicholas Jay, 715 Oswego at, Liverpool, was. found dead yesterday afternoon at. her home. She was born June 3, 1890, in Watertown, a daughter ot John and Emma Reynolds Leonard.

Surviving, besides her husband, are one daughter, Mrs. Harry Scammell, Lafayette; two sisters, Miss Mary Leonard and Mrs. Fred J. Bok, both of Watertown; three brothers, Harry Leonard, Charles Leonard, 'both -of and Joseph Leonard of California, and two grandsons. Services will be held at 9 a.

m. Wednesday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Fred Bok, 1031 Coffeen Watertown and at 9.30 a. hi. in St.

Patrick's Church. Burial will be in Glenwpod Cemetery, Watertown. HUMPHREY EDMUNDS died Sunday at his home Jordan after -an. iUness of five He'was a retired baker. Mr.

Edmunds was born in North Wales, and before coming to Jordan 28 years ago lived in Canastota. He was a member of Christ Church, the Jordan Lodge 386 FAM. He was a former member of the Jordan Masonic Club and the Jordan Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Edmunds is survived by his wife, Mrs.

Edna M. Edmunds; three sons, Robert, Utica; Donald, Rome, and Frank, of Auburn; one daughter, Mrs. F. Qiarles Barm- coat, also of Rome, two grandchildren. Private services will be held at the B.

Bush Sons Funeral Home at 4 p. m. Tuesday, The Rev. Norman T. Thurston will of- fjciate.

Burial will be in the his home. His wife, Mrs. Dorothy Weaver Dwight, called police and reported her husband was experiencing difficulty breathing. The Onondaga General Hospital ambulance was called and a doctor pronounced him dead at 8.07 a. A native of Tupper Lake, Mr.

Dwight had lived in Syracuse 32 years. He Was a district operator for the Niagara Mohawk Power Corp, Surviving besides his wife are a son, William Dwight; a stepson, Kobert Byrne; two daughters, Mrs. Theresa I'olsom and Mrs. Shirley Nitzke; seven grandchildren; two. brothers, Charles Dwight of Syracuse and Roy Dwight of Tupper Lake, ami two sisters, Mrs.

Irene Tagarus of Tupper Lake and Mrs. Jane LaFave of Glens Falls. Services will be conducted at ,15 a. m. Wednesday at the Frasier Funeral Home and at 9 in Most.Holy Rosary Church.

Burial will be in Assumption Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7'to 9 today and Those In Service Carrier Employe i Dies at Clambake CANASTOTA. Raymond J. Aviation machinist's mate 105 ames st, died yester- class Robert J. Stoddard, son day while attending the Carrier fiom 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.

m. tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Stoddard, route 3, East.

Syracuse, was a crewman aboard a i which has participated in the rescue of three men from the waters of the i a neaji. The three plunged into the a their plane had engine failure after taking off Robert Jf, Stoddard Corporation clambake near Kirkville. He was born in Oswego and was employed as a foreman, in the welding department. Surviving are his wifri, Mrs. Audrey Webb; his parents, Mr.

and Mrs. John Webb of Oneida; two sons, James, Canastofca, and John Webb, Oneida; three daughters, Linda and Jane, Canastota, and Janet, Oneida; a. brother, Roy L. Webb, two sisters, Mrs. Raymond Cavanaugli, East Syracuse and Mrs.

Donald Perling, Oneida, and several nieces, nephews, uncles and aunts. from the aircraft carrier USSj Services wilf be at 2 p. m. Franklin D. Roosevelt at the home, the Rev, i i i serves with helicopter unit 2, eorge w.

Dolch, pastor of the .1 i tachment 22 aboard the heavy cruiser USS tirement Mr. Barnes was a Grove fam- FAZRBASKS-- Aur- 33, 1953. Arthur V. FairDanfci of 1C Teall are. Survived by bit wife, Barbara 9ectt Fairbanks.

two brotars, Robert and Ronald Fairbanks. HU slater. Mn. Arthur Mu-ller. Bla parents.

A. Ray acti Hazel QU1- Fairbtnks. Services CARL CHAPTL FIKC IN CHAR Firemen were called the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lpuitj Bove, 204 Village Grant Village, at 3:50 a.

m. yesterday to put 'out a fire ber of the Brotherhoocl of Rail road Trainmen and of the Liverpool Presbyterian Church. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Florence Barnes; two sons, Kennetrl Barnes of Liverpool and Permit Barnes of Dallas, two grandchildren; one great-grandchild, and a sister, Mrs. Minnie Niles.

Services will be conducted at 3 p. m. Wednesday at the Maurer Funeral Home, 300 Second st. Liverpool, by the Rev. E.

B. ily requests that no flowers be sent. Masonic services will be held at 8.15 p. m. today.

Calling hours are from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 m. MRS. JOSEPHINE D. 1ANGE, 107 Linwill died at Grouse- Irving Hospital yesterday afternoon. Mrs.

Lange was born in Albany and had been a resident of Syracuse for 3P years. She is survived by her husband, in an "overstuffed "chair. Police I Granger. Burial will be in Liv-i Walter Lange; two daughters, reported the fire started from cigarette. There was no other damage.

DEATHS S. SALITTA 3T. Tuviday 2 'p. m. Visitation 2 to 4 and to p.

m. KENNEDY-- F. Aug. SL Beloved husband of the- late Reposlni at Walter B. Funeral Home.

I W. llO-h Bronx. V. after Tues. nocn.

Attention-- Any rela- tires pleaat conmunlcate wtth Ralph Ttrtola. the Crestwood Ni- tional Bank in Tuckahoe. Jf. T. fa Meiwrtaw 4 HI MIUOKZAM--RtthKine Graft Hol- nunn, Aaguat 34.

I9M, In ererltxtlnv miaffr memory ol our belored mother. John. Bertha. Herbert, Ruth. FUNERALS BY FrancU 8.

ate 79 of Cicero Center, died at erpooL Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p. m. today and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. tomorrow.

LEWIS MENZ of 117 Maurice Donald F. Fraiser and Mrs. John Keefe, Syracuse; three grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Martha Wiza, Detroit, and Bay State Teacher Named to Staff at Pebble Hill School Coolidge Whitman Wood, Northampton, has been appointed to the faculty of Pebble Hill School, DeWitt. A graduate of the University of a achusetts, he will teach firithmetic.

a English and will direct the arts and crafts program. Mr. Wood will also be in charge of the athletic program J'or boys. Three local men were scheduled to return to Norfolk, Saturday after tours of duty in Korea. They are Fireman Paul D.

Sellers, 403 Beard Seaman Robert F. Corcoran, son of Mayor and Mrs. Thomas'J. Corcoran, 190 Robineau and Seaman Matthew M. Las-! Methodist Church, officiating.

Burial will be in Bernhard's Bay Cemetery. Friends may call at the home tomorrow afternoon and evening at their convenience. GRASS FIRE QUELLED Firemen responded to an alarm at 403 Brookfield rd. about 4.31 p. m.

yesterday when a grass fire was touched off by a carelessly thrown cigarette. Patrolman John Churchgoer, 89, Sets Example by Walking to Rites Members of Delaware Street Baptist Church will be talking for some time to come about the example set yesterday by -year-old E. S. Sweet, deacon emeritus, who walked to church from his home on north side of the city rather than miss the Sunday service, A member of the 34 years, Mr. Sweet ordinarily takes the bus from his at 1304 Spring st However, yesterday no buses were running so Mr.

Sweet set out on foot, leaving about 9 a. m. to allow himself of time. Churchgoers arriving for the 11 a. m.

services from their homes and in cars found Mr. Sweet on hand at the front door to welcome them as usual. Needless to say, Mr. Sweet didn't have to walk home. WANTED i P.

Fogarty said the fire bad cncc tn salary An ftxperlroced or man for immediate work with old, established irchUectural firm in Rochester, N. Y. At lent year 1 mployment State experl- nicki, 325 Greenway ave. All wereiexlinguished by nearby Wril Thc rost SUn i iTM scheduled to return aboard the destroyer USS Owen. before arrival of firefighters.

Coolidge W. Wood her no.me Aui. 31. 1M3. Survived by her ion Lesley one brother.

Gain Welli; two irandchUdren: one trandchUd. Serylees at the Seari Puneral Home Monday. I P. m. Interment North Syracuse Cemstery.

Friends Invited to call Saturday. to 9: Sunday 3 to a. and 7 to 9. p. m.

LEWIS MENZ of 117 Maurice ave. died Friday night in the Vet- George and Edmund Nadobny, trans Administration 3iZNZ--Am. 33, 1953. Lewis Uenx Of 117 Maurice are. survived by his wife.

Marr Proud Mem; 2 dtushters. Mra. Parker Gitaoc, Mrs. Frederick ottland; 3 SODS, Chtries A. and Kdaon Q.

Per- klni; 9 trandchlldren; 3 brothers, Arthur. Frank and Leonard Menz; several nieces and nephews. Services CARL J. BALLWEG CHAPEL. 4810 S.

8ALXNA 3 p. n. Interment. ValleT. Vliltittton.

2 to 4 and 7 to ft p. m. "FUNERM SERVICE, Emma MM Mcitr Corkins lane. GaleriUe Monday 2 P. M.

Moitin Dean 4619 S. SiliM St Monday, P. M. John W. Meyers 4412 S.

Salina SI. Tvesdar, 8U5 A. M. Cecil (Richie) Rtchordson Y. Tveafey, 2 P.

M. Arthur R. Fairbanks MID S. Salina St Tvesdar, 2 P. M.

Menz 461t S. Salina St. WedBexUy, 2 P.M. McKENKA--Anr 23. IMS.

Mrs. Bridgit McKenna of Mli 8e7mour tt. Sae survived bj her husband. Frank one son. George: one daughter; Mrs.

Albert Krlesel; slater: Mlaa Josephine Salinser; two irandchildren several nieces and neohews. Fu- service from the family home Wednesday 9 a. 9.30 a. m. St.

Joheph's Oerman Church. Friends invited. Interment St. Ames Cemeterv. Catlahan-Hanley MEIER--Awr.

21. J53. Bfflma Provancial Meier. Survived by her husband. Georzu C.

Meier: four dauzhters. Mrs. Mildred Holmes. Mrs. Laura MeCal- lum.

Mrs. Eleanor Moltion. Mrs. Mary DeCherico: three Gerald Alfred R-. Norman Eaymo: several grandchUdren.

rreat-srahdchLdren and nieces and nephews; fotir sisters, Mrs. Josephine Smith. Mrs. Marr Mrs. Henrietta Jearaer.

Mrs. Zimmer. Services at her home, Corklns Galeville. Monday. 2 p.

m. Interment. Onondasra Valley. J. Ballwec Services.

MEYBRS-- Aurust 22. 1853. John W. Meyers ol 403 Florida Mattydale. Survired by his Frances Meyers, a son John C.

one irandson, two brothers. Roy and Kenneth Meyers, A na tj Naoles Mr A nauve 01 mr. Menz had lived Syracuse 29 years. For the past year he had been employed as a stationary engineefr by Loew's State Theater. Previously, he worked for the 1 Bay.

City. Services will te at 8.30 a. m. Wednesday at the Giminski Funeral Home, and at 9 a. m.

in Sacred Heart Church. A solemn high mass of requiem will be Greenway Brewery Co. seven years. A veteran of World War 1, Mr. Menz was a member of Elmwood Post 1337, American Legion.

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mary Proud Menz; two daughters, Mrs. Parker Gibson and Mrs. Frederick Okland; Charles A. and Edson Q.

Perkins; nine grandchildren; three brothers, Arthur, Trank and Leonard Menz, and several nieces and nephews: Services will be conducted at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Carl J. Ballweg Chapel, 4610 S. Salina st, by the Rev.

Lloyd V. Moffett. Burial will be in Onondaga Valley Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral chapel from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m.

today and tomorrow. celebrated. Burial will be in Sacred Heart Cemetery, Friends may call today and tomorrow from 2 5 p. m. and 7 to 10 p.

m. MRS. BRIDGIT SALINGER Mc- KENNA died last night at her home, 505 Seymour st. She was a member of the Altar and Rosary Society of St, Joseph's German Church and of Branch 42, LCBA. Surviving are her husband, Frank J.

McKenna; a son, George McKenna; a daughter, Mrs. Albert Kriescl; a sister, Miss Josephine Salinger; two grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. Services will be at 9 a. m. Wednesday at the home and at 9.30 a.

m.j 12 00 P- 2 '2S PI in St. Joseph's German 2 0 0 a 58 4.00 m. where a solemn high mass of! 4.08 a. m. 56; 6.00 p.

m. He has done graduate work at the University of Wyoming, the University of North Carolina and Harvard. Mr. Wood has also been principal of the Russell H. Conway School in Worthington, and has taught English and history at Suffield Academy, Conn, Seaman Frank Maroni, son Mr.

and Mrs. Carmen Maroni, 706 1 Belden has reported aboard the heavy cruiser USS Rochester at Mare Island Naval Shipyard at Vallejo, Calif. Four Syracusans have completed a six-week Reserve Officers' Candidate course at the U. S. Naval Station, Terminal Island, near Long Beach, Calif.

They are. Carl L. Turner, husband of Mrs. Ann Turner, 123 W. Pleasant Finale 4 The Coffee Shop zcrvcx The right dessert is the proper finale to a good meol.

Important, too, because well 1 planned desserts ore healthful, nourishing and satisfying. M. Dibble, 1429 David G. Schoeneck, son of F. J.

Schoeneck, 504 Scott and Ray V. McCormick, husband of Mrs. Elizabeth McCormick, 136 Oakland st. WAR CASUALTIES WASHINGTON, Aug. 23.

Defense Department today Submarine engineman first class Harry Muserlian, 259 Fellows has returned to New London, following a three month tour of duty aboard the submarine USS Tore with the U. S. Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. Jacob Buck, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Morris Buck of 1405 Madison is serving as an air- David B. Dibble, son of Mr. re as luncheon and Ice Cream Pie is popular because fhe fjnQ for the good food always served in the Coffee Shop. Sunday. identified 149 additional radio mechanic with the casualties in Korea.

A new list'56th Strategic Reconnaissance included 46 dead, $8 wounded andjSquadron in Japan. 5 injured. Weather Fair and warm today and tomorrow. Eastern New York a cloudy with highest 86, scattered thundershowers likely north portion today. Tomorrow considerable cloudiness with scattered showers, not so warm north and central portions.

Western New Vork a Pvt. Stanley R. Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold A.

Thomp- son, Orchard Nedrow, has been cited as the best all around medical soldier in his company of the Medical Replacement Training Center. Camp Pickett, Thompson completed his basic training last week. A graduate of Central City Business Institute, he was employed by the S. Taylor Construction Co. here prior to entering the Army in March.

cloudy today and tomorrow withJHis wife, the Joan M. Ed- chance of showers, tomorrow. High'wards, Jives at 2013 Valley dr. today 80-84. 1 FOOT I Uke fool and log Uei feet Damped sor, ou can OT similar common foot trou get inexpensive vcart of our Syracuse Weather Temperature readings reported by.

the United States weather bureau; AIRPORT STATION requiem will be celebrated. Inter-, 6 a 53 8 P- Iment will be in St. Agnes' Ceme-l 8 a 0 00 P- MRS. MATILDA M. tery.

Friend's" may call "at their I I WELTER FUNERAL HOME Phone of 73-0852 2649 JAMES ST. JTPTBURNS SON, WBST ONONDAOA 8T. PHONS 1B-482S JOHN G. BUTLER fTJXZTtAL HOM1 80T3TH S-vIJNA K. 4-11M Frasier Funeral Home if.

L. Frasier, Lie. Mjr. 12 IT Balina fit 3-334t LEITTEN KRUEGER Home. 3301 Bfewerton Bd.

FAIRCHIID MEECH FUNERAL CHAPtt Bt. Garfield Funeral Home Richard Garflald Weateott T1-M1 Greenleaf FuneraJ Home 60J tMcmdan tt H. GItnMJAg. LIO. HART QUINN FRAlfK J.

QUINlc. LICXN8ID UAHAOIR T-M23 MO Danforth Bt 73-4533 Kompf Funeral Parlors W. M. Uwued Manattr Fitch 75-7780 PIRRO SONS Jflcholn and JM. Plrro.

Lie. Schumacher Whelan Bros. HOME W. ONONDAGA ST. Edward J.

Walsh Son 39 SULLIVAN CAZENOVTA, N. T. 430-J LAURENCE VAN DUSEN FUNIHAL W. CAfiTIj; ST. several nieces and Funeral CARL J.

BALLW2G HOME FOR FUNERALS. 4812 S. SALINA 8T. Tuewaay 8.15 a. high mass ol requiem St.

Margaret's church 9 a. m. Interment St. Peer's Cemetery, Osweto. Visitation Sunday 7 to 9 and Monday to 4 ind 7 to fl p.

m. RICHARDSON-- August 31 1553 Cecil 'Richie) Richardson ol 145 Lincoln ave. Survived by two sisters, Mrs. Robert Maltland and Mrs. Gladys Clifford, thrie 'Wellington.

Clarence and Leslie Richardson, ereral nlecei and nephews. Serrices Kortfcam A Fox Funeral Home, Watertown. Tuesday, 2 p. ra. Interment North Watertown Cemetery Friends may call CAAL.

J. BALLWKO HOME FOR FUNERALS, 4812 B. SALINA ST. Sunday 2 'o 4 and 7 to 8 p. jn.

TRIPP-- In Syracuse. Aur. 23. Geonte W. TriDD of 269 W.

Borden aTe. Sur- Ylved by his wlfr. Anna Breed Trtpn: one son-in-law. Earnest C. Bartlett.

of Borodino; three grandsons. U. Col. Thaver Bartlett. of ISntland; Dr.

George T. Bartlett. of IHmlra; Edward E. Bartlett. Elizabeth.

N. iix treat Krandchildren: or.e sister. Mri. Jennie Callender. Skaneateles RD 3.

Funeral services Uttley Norris Funeral Home, Marcellus. Wednesday 2 p. Intet- Borodino Friends may call 33 North Marc.ellus Monday 7 to 9. Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to widow of Frederick Halsey, a life resident of Syracuse, died yesterday in Grouse-Irving Hospital. She was a communicant of St.

Anthony of Padua Church. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Avis Kolf of New York city, Mrs. Edwin F. Walters, Mrs.

W. L.Collins and Mrs. Joseph F. Boutin, all of Syracuse; two sons, Donald S. and Charles E.

Halsey. both of Syracuse; a brother, Stephen F. Sullivan of Syracuse, and 14 grandchildren. Services will be at 8.15 a. m.

Thursday at home. 2222 convenience. S. State and at 8.50 a. in! 35.

DEATHS IN OTHER PLACES Malonc (Sunday), Mrs. Jessie C. Jones. Sartnac Lake (Sunday), Charles Lc- vene. 73.

Clyde Edwird M. Hanntn, 80. Oadensburg (Saturday), Joseph C. Oebo. 48.

Geneva (Saturday), Mrs. MyrU E. 10.00 a. m. 68J12.00 p.

m. 12.00 Highest, 81; lowest, 53; average, Sgt Louis Nicolini, 22, son of Mrs. Marsilia Nicolini, Syracuse, RD 3, is returning to the U. S. after serving in Korea with the 2nd Infantry Division.

A section sergeant with Co. of the 9th Infantry Regiment, Nicolini joined the 2nd Division in December, 1952. and has been awarded the 'i Combat Infantryman Badge land tne Korean and UN Service T.ib- bons, A graduate of Solvay High School, he was a farmer before 80 79 78 71 for ibe relief of most foot troubles. Come in FREE FOOT TOT Dadson. 85.

73. (Sunday), F. Patterson, Auburn (Sunday), William S. McCrath. 55.

Aurora fSundar), Oeorje Benjamin. Cortlanfi (Sunday). Charles W. Barker. 80.

Auburn (Sunday), Mrs. France! Moore, 67; average date last year, 59; average same date for 46 years, 70. Sun sets today, 7.54. Sun rises tomorrow, 6.21. Lamps lighted (all vehicles) 8.24 p.

m. OTHER CITIES Low and high temperatures in 20 cities in the United States yestrrday were: AlbaJiv Atlanta Atlantic Cltv Boston Buffalo Chlcuzo Denver Detroit FOOT colour DEPT, Second Floor entering the Army in January, A DS 50 77 SI 65 SUNew Orleans 73 68 Y. City fit 85 fiO 84.1'hiladelphit 83 87 58 78) Phoenix 72 102 62 881 Pittsburgh 58 83 56 79 Portland, Me. 47 84 86 fit. LdUiB 66 92 Kfuuas Cltv 64 941 Tampa 74 87 Los Anneles 58 82! Washington 62 80 35 illion Drive a WOMBLES-ln this city.

Am. 1953. Delbert 8. Wombles. Burirtved by hii wife.

Mra. Barbara Wombles; one daughter. Shirley Wombles; one brother, Clarencr, Wombles of LaFayette RD: two nieces. Funeral from the late home, 601 Pleanantvlew Monday. 2 p.

ReT. C. P. Jen- icn officiating. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.

Arrancementii Goddard Grand all. WILLIAMS-- In Syracuse, Aur 33, 1853. Bert C. Wllltanu. 2M Melrose ave.

Survived br bis wife. Mn. Ada L. Wll- Ilams; two daughters. Mrs.

Anna Williams Sullivan, and Mrs. Zlla Williams Lamb: two brothen. Sidney B. and Charles F. Williams, ant! four grandchildren.

Funeral services at the Trinity Episcopal Church. Tuesday at 3 p. m. Burial, Oakwood Cemetery. Friends may call at the Hart A Qulnn Funeral Home.

330 Danforth Sunday 7 to 9 P. m. and Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P. m. MARY JANE DOUGALL 1119 FLOKZflT 4-Mfl Oar Prtett Optn Suudaji a.

B. to I 9. m. irnt to Tuttt a AL MARKOWITZ, Florist TimbellTFIorist COURT ST. 3-4447 Karl Lutz Monument Co.

1718 James Bt Ocen Ivenlngs 13-M31 YAJfNI--Mrs. Thereat (lanni) Tannl aged or 273 Norwood Auf 22, 1953. She was the wMov of Frank Yannl. Surrivlnr three iom. Robert J.

Ytnnl. Justin N. Tannl and Frtnclx Yannl, lour dttwhteri, Mn. John F. Mliltt, Patay Di Frlmlo.

Mrs. John C. Dudziaaki, Mri. Lawrence G. Ecftia of Solvay, three jrandchUdren, Roaemary Dud- iJnatei, and John C.

Dudzlnski Jr. and Brends M. Tanni, three brothers Anthony De Frajilc of Syracuier and tvo In Italy; four Mra. Levlno CirulH of Syracuse and three IB Italy. Several nlecea, nephews and coustni.

Funeral aerrlcei will bf eonductcd at the Pirro and Sons Funeral Home. Tueiday at a. m. and In the Blessed, Sacrament Church at 0 a. m.

Burial In Assumption Cemetery Friends may call at the funeral home 511 If, State at, from a to 4 and 7 to 10 p. m. PIRRO AND SONS YOUULL--AufUJt 22, Henry R. YoufH of Payettevllle, N. Y.

SurvtYtd by hla wife, Mrs. Blanche Youell; one sister. Mri. I mist C. Zdvards of Payettevllle; also several nieces ind nephews.

Funeral prIrate, Mnnday at 1 p. m. from the Katon-Tubbs Funeral Fay- ettcvllle with interment at Fayette- Yllle. Pie aw omit flowers. Price a 1:1 Just recently this newspaper reported Million toss- when fire swept the General Motors plant in Detroit.

A modern plant, carefully constructed with fireproof materials, was reduced to what the press called a "mass of smoldering debris." Once Insurance makes possible business "as You'll know you've found the CAR BUY of this or any other year! There's just nothing fo compare with 1 the experience of driving a beautiful brand new Chrysler I And right now you can buy a new Chrysler--the car that you mart of far less lhan you think. Come in now and see for yourself! USUQ Once again, Insurance fills the gap. FIRST FAMILY OF FINE CARS 1 n'l SEE YOUR CHRYSLER DEALER NOW! SYRACUSE UNDERWRITERS' EXCHANGE, Inc. DEPENDABLE Insurance of All Kinds Ackcrnmn-Evleth, Ine. T.

Armstrong Co. Bo wen, Ferry Fobes, Inc. The Brims Inc. Day Munro Co, Dean Uetts Agency Martin H. Doyle, Inc.

Ellis, MoreJand Ellis Graham Newton, Inc. Dcl5anks M. Henward WUIis H. Hills Lewis F. Liffhton.

Inc. Alawliinncy-Waackt In ft. ATcGuiro Inc. McLusky, Haylor Haun Mutiro IviiBpp Insurance Agency Northrup Dillenback, Inc. Ryan Kennedy Mildred B.

and GusUiv F. Schneider Shimbersf Louis Shopiro Sons, Ine. C. H. Twichell Agency Inc.

Yackel Rupp, Inc. George Young Agency, Inc. A.

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