The Evening Sun from Baltimore, Maryland on October 5, 1961 · 42
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THE EVENING SUN, BALTIMORE, THURSDAY, OCTORER 5, 1961 PAGE 42 3 Face Jury In Shooting i Three men were held for grand jury action today after a hearing in Central Municipal Court on charges involving the shooting of a doorman at a downtown restau-j rant on September 5. The suspects are Theodore Konv tnsky, 29. of the 1800 block Fleet street; Dominic J. Carrozza. 28,! of the 900 block South Eaton street, and John P. Devlin, 24. of the 300 block South Madeira street. All three are charged with conspiring to commit an assault on George F. Smith. Jr., 23, of the 7100 block of Belair road. In addition. Carrozza is charged with assault by shooting 'Smith with intent to kill. Bail Set Judge Joseph G. Finnerty set bail for Kominsky and Devlin at $2-000 each and for Carroza at $7,000. Detective Sgt. James Cadden testified that a fight broke out between Smith and three men outside a restaurant in the 600 block Ensor street early on the morning of September 5. Durine the ficht Smith was shot --J, n - four times by one of the men. The ficht broke out when Smith re fused to admit the three men to the restaurant. Smith had been confined to Mercy Hospital for several weeks after the shooting. Police said that Carrozza is out on $4,000 bail on charges of firing a shotgun in a bar in the 600 block South Clinton street on September 26. He had a preliminary hearing in Southeastern Municipal Court on that charge and asked for a jury trial. Burglars Ransack, Loot Church Office Burglars broke into the St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Roland avenue and Thirty-ninth street, last night forcing open two vend ing machines and ransacking the office of the Rev. George F. Packard. Police said entry was gained by forcing a door. An undetermined amount of money was taken from the machine. The Rev. Mr. Pack ard said a radio valued at $20 and several dollars from his desk also were taken. Youths Rob Women At Eutaw St. Corner Two women standing on the cor ner of Eutaw place and Laurens street lost their purses yesterday to three teen-agers who ran up and grabbed them. Mrs. Irma Altman and Mrs Carrie Dorman, both of the 1700 block Eutaw place, said the three boys appeared to be about 15 In Mrs. Altaian's purse was $3 and in Mrs. Dorman's, $15. Mrs Dorman's purse empty, was found later a block away. These Are Your Affairs ... Sunpaper$ Television explores topics which affect your future, your health, your wealth, your culture, and the progress of mankind. Outstanding on this week's agenda: Today-Current Events Special on "Where We Stand: War or Peace" 10:00 P.M. Veteran newt journaliit, Erie Sevareid, moderates an hour-long special assessing the perilous East-West friction around the world. From their pons in Moscow, London, Psns, Bonn, Washington and The United Nstioni. New York, experienced CBS foreign correspondent! report on conditions and attitudes pertinent to the cold war. Friday, October 6 CBS Reporting the outstanding news story of the week is Walter Cronkitt. assisted by the facilities of the CBS Nw Department with factual coverage and acute analysis, Saturday, October 7 "The Burning Question" on "Your Family Doctor" 2:30 P.M. Captain Charles T. Crowley of the Fire Prevention Buiesu, Baltimore Citv Fire Department, comes to the television screen to answer questions of what causes most fires in Baltimore and what should be don to prevent them. -South of the Border After weeks of preparation, fourteen young ladies from leading high schools throughout the stste toured Mexico, Peru, Colombia and Ecuador. Misses Clark, Belin, Sarbanes, McCarth and Coppage with Miss Hollman and Mrt. Warner, teachers from the St. Timothy't School, tpeak with Mrt. Eleanor Arnett Nash en "Four Latin American Countries Vitited", -"Behind the Headlines" Mr. Brahim Harder, Political Secretary at the Embassy of Tunisia and Mr. AH Mohamid Shapurian, Press Attache at the Embassy of Iran will diteuss the business of getting newt and information of their respective countries to the peoples of the world. Visiting Mrs. Elise Kemper, moderator and hottest of the thow, they will tpeak on particular problems and methods they have encountered while stationed in the United States. -"Men of Steel" In a three-program tpecial. "Man The Maker" paints a picture of Medieval Europe and its consequences today. The premiere of the new season strips the shining armor from legendary Lancelott to reveal the knight at he really was. Great Moments The death of Pope Piut XII; Nehru't first vitit to the United States; and the dav Don Lsrten pitched the perfect seriet game are but a Iff of the highlightt in the program moderated by David Stickle which re. frethet your memory on "This Week In History ", Sunday, October 8 "The Power of the Sea" on "The 20th Century" 6:00 P.M. Part II of "The Mysteriout Deep" probes the oceans, examining the explorations and scientific discoveries being made in the lower depths. Don Walsh, US. Navy Lieutenant, and Swiss oceanographer. Jacques Pircard, are interviewed about the dangers and scientific worth of their seven-mile div in the bathscaph "Trieste" off Guam, Monday, October 9 "Origin of the Universe" on "College of the Air" 6:30 A.M. Guest lecturer. Dr. Htrlow Shipley. Director Emeritus of the Harvard University Observatory will open the second week of the CBS "College of the Air" course in "The New Biology" with a discussion pf the "Origin of the Universe". In e two-session appearance. Dr. Shapely takes the atom at a focal point and shows its relationship to the Universe, the Solar System and the Earth. In Allen Clark Files For Arundel Post Allen C. K. Clark, of Sevcrna Park, has filed as a Republican candidate for Anne ArundH county State senator. Mr. Clark, the last Republican to be a member of the county's House delegation 1935-1939), cited "the deplorable political situation in our county on almost all levels" when he filed yesterday. The 50-yeat-old estimating de partment manager at the Maryland Shipbuilding and Drydock Company promised to "promul gate a forceful program without reservation as to purely political considerations. . . ." Third Man Sentenced In Coal Firm Robbery Gordon Gaskins, 30, of the 200 block South Hilton street, the last of three men accused of the $879 robbery of a North Fulton avenue coal company in April, has been sentenced to eighteen years in the Penitentiary. Judge James K. Cullen pro nounced sentence yesterday. One other defendant also received an eighteen-year term and the second 30 years in the Penitentiary. IN MEMORIAM (1) Booclef, 131 Specimen In Memo-riam Tributes, Free On Request rl.OKOS. in memory of our beloved ton. GEORGE C, on bl twenty-third birthday. it He went away without farewell. He ssld good -by to none. His willing hand do toll no more. Hla work on earth waa done, Thounh you're In Ood'a heaven. Still our hearts are filled with pain, For we'll never find another Like you in this world afjiiln. HEARTBROKEN MOM it DAD. SCHULTE. A birthday tribute In memory of my beloved husband, THEODORE. fit Til death do u part. The vow we took And sealed upon that sacred book Has a new meaning now, my dear, For with your passing It Is clear There Is no death, vou only sleep in neaven tnat vow our faun than keep. LOVING WIFE, MAt'PK - DEATH 131 Death Notices ' Received Too Late For Classification Will Be Found On Page 2 AI.LKN. On October 2, 1961, DR. WILL ARD W., of 1223 West Lafay ette avenue (grand master emeri tus of Viz A.M. of Maryland P.H.A,), beloved husband of Gladys v. Allen, father of M. Rosalind Allen and Elizabeth Allen Nalle and brother of Fiorina A. Burle He Is also survived by a host of other relatives' and friends. 6e Friends may call Tuesday after 7 P.M. at the Sullivan Funeral Home, 1011-13 North Arlington ave nue. Dr. Allen Jn atate at the new Masonic Temple, 1307 Eutaw place. inursaay io a.m. to Friday lu a.m at which time he will be taken to Enon Baptist Church. He will be viewed there until 1 P.M. at which time services will be held. Interment In Arbutus Memorial Park The family requests that all fra ternal organizations hold their services Thursday evening begin nlng at 7 P.M. No review after services at church, i AI.LEN.- We the officers and mem bers of Mount Herob Looks No. 24 Fit, A.M. P.H.A. , regret the loss, of our Grand Master, DR. WILLARD W. ALLEN. 5e LEMUEL BLAKE, Worshipful Master. MARCUS McBRIDE, JR., Secretary. Covers It! on on on "Man on on Maryland Most People Watch WMAR-TV, Channel 2 DIATNS Hi RiKfiv:-6n bctooersnTrM'iL. TON B., hus'iand Of Veira Curi. mlng (nee Dorsey), of 6121 Me. Coliun street. Se Relatives and friends are Invited to t memorial service at 2 PM. on Friday at th Fipituonal Church of The Ootid Shepherd. Onk road, Oermantown, Philadelphia, Pa. Interment will b private. I In lieu Of flowers, pleahe contribute to the Pulmonary Function Fund Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. , BARN AN VSK AS. On October 2, Vm. Mary, of 432 South Strieker street, beloved wl( of the late John Barnannska and devoted mother of Earl Decker, Mrt. Anna Abbott and Mrs. Mary Brocato. Funeral from the Thomas J. Kenney, Inc., Funeral Home, Hoi-lint and Ollmor streets, on Friday at tl .40 A.M. Requiem High Mast at St. Martm't Church at 12 noon. Interment In Holy Redeemer Cemetery. Frlendt may call from 2 P.M. to 0 P.M. 6 . BF.CRAFT. On Monday October 2, 1961. HARRY F., of Oakland Mills. Md., beloved husband of Margaret White Becraft and devoted father of Mrs. Robert r. Stephens, Mesitrt Harry .. Ernest 8. Becraft. Mrs Virginia Brown and Mrt. Violet Staublts. se Funeral tervlces will be held tt the Lorlng Byert Funeral Home, 8728 Liberty road, on Thursday, at 10 A.M. interment in old Oakland M. E. Church Cemetery Family will receive frlendt dally 2 to s and 7 to v p.m. BIF.MII.I.FR. On October 3. 1961. PHILIP E , of 145 Stanley avenue. Landlsvllle. Pa., formerly of Brook lyn Park, beloved husband of Ida Mae Blemlller (nee Vogelsang I and devoted father of Susan Sarah and Julia Ann Blemlller and brother of Milton and Ennls Blemlller and beloved son ot Mrt. Emily Johnson Blemlller. ne Services at the McCully Funeral Home. Patapnco avenue and Third atreet, Brooklyn, on Friday at 11.30 A.M. Interment In Baltimore National Cemetery. Family re quests friends to omit flowers and make contributions to the Amen can Cancer Fund. Friends may call 8 P.M. to B P.M. Thursday. BLOCK. On October 5. 161. RE BECCA, beloved wife of Morris Block, mother of Emanuel and Dr. Philip Block,. Mrs. Svivla Green-berg and Mrs. Extelle Rose, and aster of Mrs. Alice washerman Mra. Juliet Freedman. Mrs. Miriam Freed and Maurice Mlttman. Also survived by nine grandchildren and one creat-grandchlld. Services at the Jack Lewis Home SlOO-02 Eutaw place, on Friday precisely at 1 P.M. Interment In Agudas Achalm Anshe Sphard Congregation Cemetery. Roaedale. (Kindly omit flowers.) In mourning at 4525 Homer avenue. 6e BLOCK. Jacob Handy Temple No. 26, Pythian Sisters, regrets to announce the pasblng of our member, SISTER REBECCA BLOCK, devoted sister of our members. Past Grand Chief Alice Wasserman and Sister Juliet Freedman. Officers and members please attend services at the Jack Lewis Home, 2100-02 Eutaw place, on Friday at 1 P.M. Also visit house of mourn-ing at 4525 Homer avenue. IRENE SCHERR, 6e Most Excellent Chief. BLOCK. Kerchoff-Ray Chapter No. 00. O.E.S., deeply regrets the passing of SISTER REBECCA BLOCK and extends ltt sincere sympathy to her family. Officers and members please attend funeral and house of mourning. RUTH MORRELL, 6e Worthy Matron. BLOCK. The Mlttman Family Group regrets to announce the passing of our member. MATRON REBECCA BLOCK, and extends Its profound sympathy to her family. SOL GREENBERG. Be President. BROWN. On October 4, 1361, STANLEY GUY, of Paikton, Md., formerly of 5733 First avenue. Arbutus, Md., beloved husband of Mildred M. Brown and beloved father of Stanley and Donald Brown and Mrs. Emma Mahoney. Funeral tervlces will be held on Saturday, October 7, at 2 P.M.. from Hartensteln Mortuary, New Freedom, Pa. Interment In Pine Orove Cemetery, Rayvllle, Md. Friends may call at the Mortuary Frldav afternoon and evening. 7 BRYANT. On Tuesday, October 3 1061, at Dade City, Fla MARION C. (WAX), husband of- Elsie Brvant, father of Sandra Bryant and brother of Eveline Kuever. Funeral services at the Donaldson Funeral Home. 313 Talbott avenue, Laurel, Md., on Saturday at 10.30 A.M. Interment In Ivy Hill Cemetery. "Eyewitness"-! 0:30 P.M. "Youth Speaks"-2:45 P.M. ?assport"-3:00 P.M. The Maker"-3:30 P.M. "This Week In History" 4:00 P.M. . SuJipapee Teeviwon (3) BlKGOVMi. On October i. 1961, at the V.terana Administration Hos pital. Lebanon, P HENRY CLAUDE BUHOOVNE, brother of Mrs. Grace L. Teeta, Mrt. Blanche it. Smith and Mrs. Leola Harlow, Funeral services will be held at William J. Tlckner At Son. North and Pennsylvania tvenuet, on Friday at 1 PM, Interment In Hitinpitead Cemetery, Hampstead. Md. The family requests frlendt to call between 2 ana 9' rM. ana 7 tft 8 P.M. , fle MAN. On October , 1M1, CLARA T. BUNN I nee Hergel), of Soil ureenmount avenue, beloved wire of Joseph P. Bunn and mother of Joseph T. Bunn. IMartlnsburg (W Va i papers pleas, copy.) 7. Funeral services at the John A. Moran Funeral Home, 4201 York road. (Entrance to parking area on Forty-third street), on batur-day, October 7 at (.30 A.M. Keuulem Hixh Mass at the Church of the Blesaed Sacrament it I A M. Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery. Friends may visit dully 2 PM until i PM. tnd 7 PM until 9 P.M. CHO.1VOWSKI.-On October S, 1901. JOZfCPA I nee Wslczukl. of llwO Winford road, beloved wife of Alexander Chojnowskl and mother of Harry, Chester nd Helen Chojnowskl, Mrs. Dorothy McGlnnlty and the 1st. Edward and bophla Chojnowbkl and Mrs. Lillian Zlernba. Funeral tervlces from the John M. Weber it Sons, Inc., Funeral Home, 401 South Chester street on Monday, October tl. at 8 30 A.M. Bolernn Requiem High Mass at Holy Rosary Church at 0 A M Interment In Holy Rosary Ceme tery,, Visiting hours until 10 P M. 8 DAY. On October 3, 1061, THOMAS, axed 64 years, of 405 bwann avenue, the beloved husband of Fstclle 8. Day (nee Putth), and father of Elizabeth C. Chesno and Corlnne E. Baker, 5e Mr. Day rests at the Howard H Hubbard Funeral Home, 4107 Wllkens avenue. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend serv Ices on Friday at 9 30 A.M. Inter ment In Arlington National Cemetery. Mr. Day was a member of Ocean View Lodiie No. 335. A. FA A.M.. of Norfolk, Va. Family will receive friends dally between 2 and 10 P.M. DAY. Olympla Pleasure Club. Inc sincerely resets the passing of 1 MUM AO DAX. 9. CAP KI8ER, Treasurer DAY. The Lieutenant Morman Ed ward Melvin Post No. 152. American Legion, regrets to announce the passing of Comrade THOMAS va y and extends sincere aynv pathy to the family, 6 ANDY MELVIN, Finance Officer. LB I.E. On October 2, 1961, MARY M. (nee Broseker) beloved wife of the late George E. Eble and devoted mother of George E. Eble. Jr., Gertrude Eble, Mrs. Annie Bryant and Mrs. Naomi Harris. Services at her home, 1419 Williams street, on Friday at 2 P.M Interment In Baltimore Ceme tery ee El )KK. On October 2, 1961, JOHN r of 1735 Jackson atreet, beloved husband of Louise Anderson Eder and devoted father of Andrew David and Deborah Diana Eder Mrs. Catherine Conway and Mr Helen MacKlnzle and Theodore Carl and Lillian Jackson and de voted brother of Andred Eder and Mrs. Louise SchafTer. 5e Services at the McCully Funeral Home, 130 East Fort avenue, on Frldf.y at 8.30 A.M. Reoulem Hleh Maes at St. Mary's Star of The Sea Church at 9 a.m. interment in Glen Haven Cemetery. EILKR. On October 5. 1961 MARIE E. EULER (nee Edell), of 11 North Chapel Gate lane, be loved wife of the late Harry B Euler and beloved mother of Mrs GuBtav E. Oauss, Mrs. David C. Carruth and George 8. Euler. 7e Friends may call at the Wltzke Funeral Home, 4101 Edmondson avenue, on Thursday after 5 P.M Services on Saturday at 2 P.M Interment In Parkwood Cemetery EVANS. On October 4. 1961, at her home. 332 South Strieker street NANCY JANE (nee Hatfield I be. loved wife of the late Aaron Evane Funeral services will be held at the Walters Funeral Home, Pratt and Strieker streets, on Saturday October 7, at 10 A.M. Interment In Morgan Chapel Cemetery. Wood bine, Md. Friends may call from 2 P.M. until 9 P.M. 7e F.VAN8. The officers and members til iv ens sua mt'uiiins ptv, id. Daughters of America, regret the loss of their sister, nancy evans and extend their sympathy to the lamuy. o ALFRED CHE8NEY, Councilor. FFI.DNER. On October 3. 1961 LENA, of 8405 Liberty road, beloved daughter of the late Frederick and Elizabeth Feldner and beloved sitter of Mrt. Elizabeth Jarvle, Mrs Anna F. Schaefer and Charles H Feldner. 8 Funeral services will be held at William J. Tlckner & Sons, North and Pennsylvania avenues, on Friday at 2 P.M. Entombment In Lorraine Mausoleum. FRANK. On October 4, 1961 HARRY F.. of S27 Valley View road beloved husband of Marie W Frank (nee Wallace), devoted father of Mrs. Helen F. Munro and brother of Ethel A. W. Frank. Friends may call at the William Cook Towson Funeral Home, 1050 York road (at the Beltway), after 6 P.M. on Wednesday where funeral services will be held on Friday at 2 P.M. Interment private In lieu of flowers, please send contributions to the Grace Metn odlst Church building fund. 6 FRANK. Doric Lodge No. 124, A F Ac A.M.. announces with deep re Bret the death of our late brother Past Master hakkt f. ritAwn. memorial service will be held at the William Cook-Towson Home on Thursday. October 5, at 8 P.M C. ZIEGLER GREGORY. . 5e Worshipful Master. FRANK. The Public School Teach era Association regrets the passing of its past president, HARRY F. FRANK (retired), ana extenas sin cere sympathy to his family. 8 THOMAS G. BUSH. President GARDNER, The Iota Gamma Phi Sororltv. Beta Epsllon Chapter, re-erets the passing of WILLIAM GARDNER, father of members Sandra and Rochel Gardner. ETA FRIED EN BERG. 5e .Corresponding Secretary. GODSEY. On October 1. 1961 RUS SELL LEE, of 3420 Dunhaven road Dundalk. formerly of Sparrow Point, the beloved husband of Margaret Long Godsey, father of Ronald R. Godsey and Mrs. Colleen Yanlga. Mrs. Betty Brezhlak and Mrs. Norma Fitzgerald, oe Friends are cordially Invited to call at the funeral home of Walter Brooks Bradley. Inc.. . Dundalk where services will be held Thurs day, October 5. at 11 A.M. Inter ment in oak Lawn cemetery HAR ANT. On October 2. 1961 DONNA CAMILLA, of 5811 East avenue, beloved daughter of Fran els C. and Elizabeth M. (nee Chaney) and beloved sister of Phlllo E. Harant. 5e services at the Dlppel Bros. Fu neral Home, 7110 Belair road, at Elm avenue, on Thursday morn Ing at 8.30. Mass of the Angels at St. Micnaei s cnurcn, uveriea at 9 o'clock. Interment in Holy Re deemer Cemetery. Friends may call between 2 P.M. and 8 P.M HK.NSLEY. On Tuesday. October 3 1961, CLEVE J., of 1919 Quenttn road. Dundalk. the beloved bus band of Eula (nre Boctst and de voted father of Joyce, Rale'gh Claude. Billy and Terry Hensley Mr. Hensley rests at the uun dalk Funeral Home of John Duda. 7922 Wise avenue. Visitln hours 1 P M. to 9 P M. Funcra services on Friday at 10 A M Burial In Baltimore National Cemetery. 8e HILSfiBKRC; It is with deep reirrr that Hiram Lodge No. 107 A F ft A.M. announces the denth BROTH LR JOHN E. HILSESFnG life member. 5e HFRMAN WF'SSMAN. Wor hlpiul Master HORTEV.-Suddenly, on October 1961. EDMUND C. of 8434 Green way road, formerly of 725 Belgian avenue, beloved husband of Mary E. Horten (nee Engleal and devoted lather of Mrs. John A Powers Jr.. Mrs. John R. Kogler and William E. Horten and brother of Miss Julia A. Horten. Funeral services at the John A Moran Funeral Home. 4201 York mad (entrance to parking area on Forty-third street i. Due notice o! funeral Friends may visit dallv from 3 P-Sl. until 10 FJi. 0 DIATHS DIA7H1 (J) HL'SiliNfj TON. Warren Lodge ho 51. A f it A.M., regrets to announce Ui. demise of BHOIHtR RALPH , C. HUNTINGTON, past maater Masonic services will be conducted at th. place of Interment In Salis bury, Pa , on Thursday, October t at 1 e M 5. GEORGE t NEWTON. Worshipful Master. HYSON On October 4, 1961, at the home of hit ttepton. Mi Hurry Adams, MUlersvllle. Md., ANDREW P.. husband of th. late Lizzie Hvaon. 7. Funeral terylret will be held at William J. Tlckner it Sont, North and Pennsylvania avenues, on Saturday at 2 30 P.M Interment In St. Peter't Cemetery, JACOBS. On October S, 191. EDNA H , beloved wife of John H. Jacobs tnd Hater of Vila 8, Wllhelm and Irma R. Brown. 7e Services tt the late resldenc. S722 Newholin. avenue. Due notice JONES. On October 4, 1961, LEAH L. (nee Lutzt, of 439 East Twenty-seventh street, beloved wife of Paul V. Jones. 7e Services at the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home, 5305 Harford road, (at Echodale avenue), on Saturday at 10 30 A.M. Interment In Cedar Hill Cemetery. Frlendt may call from 2 to 10 P M. KAPCSOS. On October 3. 1961, JEAN Y. (nee Flair), of 3468 Dun-ran road, beloved wife of John P. Kapctot and mother of Miss Sharon Ka pesos. . 6 Funeral from the Ullrich Fu neral Home of Dundalk. 2112 Dun dalk avenue, on Friday at 11 A M. Interment In Baltimore National Cemetery. Family requests frlendt to call between 2 and i tnd 7 to 10 P M. KKIFFR. On October 2. 1961 KATHRYN M. (ne. Ktbler), of 1144 Courtney road, beloved wife of Henry L. Keller, Sr., and de voted motner of Mrs. Doris Bur ford, Mrt. Shirley Smith. Henry L. Ketfer, Jr., Mrt. Patricia Sauter and James L. Kelfer and survived by brothers Joseph and James Kabler and sitters Mrs. Mary Nightengale, of Buffalo, N.Y.. and Mra. Martha Connors, of Johns town, Pa., alto tlx grandchildren I Johnstown (Pa.) and Buffalo (N Y.) papers please copy Funeral from the Funeral Home of Thomas J. Kenny, Inc., Holllns and Oilmor streeta, on Friday at 8.15 A.M. Requiem High Mast tt Our Lady of Victory Church at 9 a.m. interment in Baltimore National Cemetery. Frlendt may VbII from 2 to 9.30 PM. 0 KENNEDY. On October 3, 1961. ELLEN R. (nee Brookey), aged 94 yean, or i7iu sutton avenue Relay, Md beloved wife of the late Michael J Kennedy and mother of Edna C, Ellen H.. Albert A. Kennedy. Sr. I Frederick (Md.) papers please copy. J 6e Mrs. Kennedy rests at the Howard H. Hubbard Funeral Home 4107 Wllkens avenue at Leeds ave nue. Frlendt tnd relatives are Invited to attend prayers on Saturday at 9.15 A M. Requiem Mass at St Augustine's Church at 10 A.M. Interment In New Cathe dral Cemetery. Family will receive friends daily from 3 to 10 PM KIDD. On October 4, 1961, LINDA E. (nee Duvall), of Sykesvllle, Md.. beloved wife of William B. Ktdd. Funeral from the Weer 8c Halght Funeral Home, Route 32, tt Grand view, Sykesvllle, on Friday it 2 P.M. Interment In Springfield uemetery, ee KIDD. Freedom Chapter No. 87 o.E.s., sykesvuie, Md., announces witn deep regret tne passing oi SISTEK LINDA E. KIDD, and ex tends Its sincere sympathy to her lamiiy. se HARRIET D. ALEXANDER. . Worthy Matron. WILLIAM 8. ALEXANDER. Woslhy Patron. KIEL. On October 4, 1961. DOCTOR AUGUST KIEL. JR., of 1715 North-bourne road, beloved husband of Mary Teresa Kiel (nee Stock), devoted father of Thomas, Paul. Richard and Robert Kiel; son of August and Helen Kiel, Sr. (nee Blerau). 7e Servlcet from the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home, 5305 Harford road (at Echodale), on Saturday at 8 A.M. Requiem High Mass at St. Matthew's Church at 9 A.M. Interment In New Cathgdral Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 P.M. 'til 5 P.M. and 6.30 P.M. to 9 P.M. dally. KINO. On October 5. 1961. JOSEPH CHARLES, of 917 Lemmon street, beloved husband of the late Mary (M. King (nee Adamsi. and devoted father of Mrs. Nancy Miles. Mrs. Rose Zentgraf, Mrs. Ellen Kratz and Messrs. Leo J. and James C. King. Funeral from the Funeral Home of John J. Cowan it Son. Inc., Holllns and Poppleton streets, on Monday at 8.30 A.M. Requiem High Mass at St. Peter't Church at 9 A.M. Interment In Holy Redeemer Cemetery. Visiting hours 11 A.M. to 9.30 P.M. Parking facilities. 8 KIRCHGES8NER. BAKER, On October 2. 1961, LAURA, beloved wife of the late Henry Klrchgess-ner, of 1407 Covington street, and devoted friend of Florence L. Ross Servlcet In the A. Howard Evans Funeral Home, 1400-02 South Charles street, at Clement on Thursday at 2 P.M. Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. Friends may call 2 to 9.30 P.M. 5e KRl'O. On October 3. 1961, GEORGE, Of 1826 Gough street, beloved son of the late John tnd Jennie Krug, devoted brother of Mrs. N Catherine Smeton. Frank, jonn, Frederick ana Paul Krug. Funeral services at the William Cook Mansion, St. Paul and Preston streets, on Friday at 8 30 A.M. Requiem Mass at St. Michael's Catholic Church. Lombard and Wolfe streets, at 9 A.M. Interment In Baltimore National Cemetery. . 5e LAUDEMAN.-On October 3. 3961. CLARA BELLE LAUDEMAN (nee Smith), of 5904 Bellona avenue, beloved wife of the late Randolph Laudeman, stepmother of Douglas Laudeman, of Bloomlngton, 111.: sister of Mist Mary Virginia Smith, Mr. Charles C. Smith. Mr. Car-mady Smith and Mr. Roy Smith Services from th. Leonand J. Ruck Funeral Home, 5305 Harford road, at Echodale avenue, on Saturday at 10 A.M. Interment In Baltimore Cemetery. Friends mav call 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. on Thursday and Friday.- 7e LFFFERT. On October 4. 1961. HARRY J., of 1903 Logwind road. Catonsville. beloved husband of Catherine L. Leffert (nee Clark) and father of Mrs. Mary L. Kranz and Harry J. Leffert, Jr., brother of Mrs. Florence Leffert Slesal and survived by five grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the MacNabb At Son Memorial Chapel, 301 Frederick road tat the Beltway). Catonsville. on Saturday at 11 A.M. Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. Visiting hours 2 P.M. until 9 30 P.M. 7e LEFFERT Tuscan Saving and Loan Association regrets the passing of our charter member and director, HARRY J. LEFFERT. ?. EDGAR E. McLAIN, President. LINDT. On October 2. 1961, HOWARD F., of 1339 Sherwood avenue, beloved husband of Marie Graff Llndt, father of Howard F. Llndt. Jr., and Mrs. June Dodge, and son of Mrs. Katherlne Llndt. He It sur vived by five grandsons. Funeral from the Ullrich Funeral Home 4210 Belair road (near Park.Mde drive), on Thursday at 1 P.M. Interment In Oak Lawn Cemetery. 5e Ll'PlS. On October 3. 1961. MRS. LENA LUrUS (nee Walzi. of 1618 Elmtree street tCuriis Bay), beloved wife of the late George E. Lupus, drvcicd mother cf Mrs Madeline Knl.:ht. Mr. Edward O Lupus and Mrs. Edna Gunther Service? at the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home. 5305 Hartord road (at Echodale avenue), on Friday at 130 PM. Interment In Parkwood Cemetery. 6e MAGNFSS. On October 2. 161. CHARLES HARRY, of 2902 Ktl-dalre' drive, formerly of Sharon. Harford county. Md., devoted eon of Robert and Mary Magness (nee Kelly). (Harford county papers please copy. J 5e Services at the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home, 5305 Harford road, at Echodale on Thursday at 8 A.M. Requiem high mass at St. Dmn-Inlck't Church tt 8 A.M. Interment In St. Ignatlua Cemeterv Friends may call from 2 P.M. to 9 P.M. daily. Family requests Mast Offerings In lieu ot flowers. DIATH (3) mtrtht: Ja October 4. 161. T)NA GRACE (nee Hall), of 8303 Bos wood road, wlf. of th. 1st. Harry Monroe Martin and devoted mother of Mrt. Wlllam P. Davit. Jr.; grandmother of William P. Davis 3d and Sur.anne Davit Smith. Alto survived by seven great-grandchildren. Funertl tervlces will bt held tt William J. Tlckner it Sont, North tnd Pennsylvania avenues, on Friday tt I 30 P M. Intermetn In Loudon Park Cemetery. M CANN.-On October J, 1981, ZOLA MAY, beloved wife of Robert H McCann, Jr., of Middle River, Md ServUet tt the McComat Funeral Home, Abingdon, Md., on Thursday tt 3 P.M. Interment In Mountain Christian Cemetery Joppa, Md. Friends may call on Tuesday and Wednesday evening 7 to 9 o'clock. 5. MEYER lt October 5, 1961. MADA M. of 1126 Wenlworth avenue beloved tmother of Gilbert Meyer tnd grandmother of Gilbert Thomas and Joyce Mever. 7e Services at the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home, 5305 Harford road, tt Echodale. Due notice. . MILBl'RN, On October 3, 1961 FRED T, of Annapolis road, Pasa dena, Md., beloved husband of Ruth A. Mllburn ne Thompson), devoted father of Charles C. and Mrs. Ethel V, Nash tnd Harold N Mllburn. Funertl from the Fink Funertl Chapel, Craln highway tt Fifth avenue. Glen Burnie, Md., on rn day at 1.30 P.M. 6ervlcet tt the Church of God. Glen tturnie Interment In Glen Haven Cemetery. Visiting hours 2 to 5 PJvl and 7 to 9.30 PJvf. Parking off Fifth avenue. 5e MISTER. On October 4. 1961, BER THA M. (nee Webster), of 4730 Lib erty Heights avenue, beloved wife of tne late tdgar v. Mister ana devoted mother of Edgar ana now ard Mister and the late Ruth Mis ter. 6e Funeral services will be held at the Lorlng Byers Funeral Home 8728 Liberty road, on Friday at 2 P.M. Interment In Loudun Park Cemetery. Family will receive friends 2 P.M. to S P.M. tnd 7 P.M to 9 P.M. NADDEO. On October 1. 1961 MARIE C. (ne. Carozza), or jut Norwood road, devoted wife Of Ettore P. Naddeo, devoted mother of Mrs. Marie C. Flgarole ana Mra Eleanor F. Sllverlo and sister of Mrt. Lucia M. Taluccl, Messrs. Fred Carozza of Pittsburgh, Pa., and John Carozza; also survived by 11 grandchildren. 5e Services at the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home, 5305 Harford road (at Echodale avenue), on rnurs day at 8 A.M. Requiem High Mass at the Blessed sacrament inurcn at 9 A.M. Interment in Holy Re deemer Cemetery. Fnendt may call from 2 to 9 PM. caster. Pt., FREDERICK HENRY of 13 Plank avenue. Willow atreet Pa., beloved husband of Charlotte F. NUy (nee Klrschenhofer); fa ther of Miss Carol Ann Niiy ana brother of Mrs. Mamie Whlteley Mrs. Virginia Munzner, Mr. Vernon J. Nliy, of Easton, ra. I Lancaster New Era papers please copy.) 7e Services from th. Leonsrd J Ruck Funeral Home. 5305 Harford road (at Echodalei. on Saturday at 1.30 P.M. Interment in Park wood Cemetery. O'BRIEN. On October 2. 1961, tt her home, 4100 Ritchie highway, MARY EDNA (nee Anderson), beloved wife of Joseph P. O'Brien, dear mother of Mrs. Margaret Jacobs and devoted grandmother of Josenh H. Jacobs. 6e Funeral from the George J Gonce Home, 4001 Ritchie highway, on Friday at 11. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. Family requests frlendt call from 2 to 9 P.M. O'CONNOR. On Monday, October 2 1961. DAN, beloved husband of Li t M. O'Connor (nee Duvall) and brother of Mrs. Margaret Miller and Mra. Irene Lelshure. Friends may call at the Donald ton Funeral Home, 313 Talbott avenue. Laurel. Md., from 2 P.M to 10 P.M Funeral services from Savage M E. Church en Friday at 2 P.M. Interment in Savage Ceme tery. 5e O'LOUGHLIN. On October 4, 1961 EDWIN, of 5108 Plymouth road beloved husband of Mildred O'Loughlin. 7e 1 Services at the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home. 5305 Harford road (at Echodale avenue). Due notice PENDER. Suddenly, on October 4 1961. CHESTER L.. Of 8U1 tast Chase street, beloved husband of Olive Bttrgan Pender. 7 Funeral services will 'be held a William J. Tlckner it Sons, North and Pennsylvania avenues, on Saturday at 10 A.M. Interment In Baltimore Cemetery PERZYNKK1 On October 3. 1961 STANISLAWA (STELLA) (nee Rudkai. of 1742 Eastern avenue beloved wife, of the late Paul Perzvnski. Sr.. and beloved mother of Mrs. Lillian Filar. Mrs. Theo Mallek, Mr. Paul perzynsm ana the late Walter J. perzynski. ve Funeral services from the Ber nard Dabrowskj Funeral Home. 2818 East Baltimore street, corner Streeper street, on Saturday at 8 15 A.M. solemn nequiem nign Mass at Holy Rosary Church at 9 A.M. Interment In Holy Rosary Cemetery. Visiting hours from 10 A.M. until 10 P.M. POWELL. On October 3. 1961 CLARA B. (nee Saunders), beloved wife of- th. late Jesse K. Powau. Sr., and devoted mother of Mrs Minerva L. Kennedy, Mrs. saran s DeVaughn. Charles L. Powell, Mrs Mildred scnaier ana jesse row ell. Jr. Be Funeral from the home of her daughter, 617 Bouth Grundy treet nn Friday at 1 P.M. Inter ment In Loudon Park National Cemetery. PRICE. On October 4. 1961. CAR RIE, of the Marylander Apart menta. beloved daughter of thi late Charles and Eva Buckman Price and sister of Mrs. Barrett Simpson. 8 Funeral servlcet will be held a William J. Tlckner 8c Sons, North and Pennsylvania avenues, on Fri ftv at 10 A.M. Interment In He brew Friendship Cemetery. The family requests inenas to can of-tween 3 and 5 or 7 to 9 P.M I Please omit flowers. 1 Rinr.AWAV On October 3. 1961 FREDERICK 8. RIDGAWAY. Of 3704 Cassen road. Randallstown formerly of 503 Normandv avenue beloved son of the late Samuel S and Annie H. Rldgaway; beloved brother of Miss Ethel G. Rldga way and uncle of Clarence i Knott. 6e Friends mav call at the Wltzk Funeral Home. 4101 Edmondson avenue, from 2 P.M. until 5 P.M and 7 P.M. until 9 P.M. Service on Friday at 11 A. M. Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery RIDGLEY. On October 2, 1961 HARM DORSEY RIDGLEY P.SC.. Of JR. O.U.A.M.. Of 1615 McHenry street, beloved husband of the late Mary D. Rldgley (tiee Boone) and beloved father of Miss Marie Rldgley. Lawrence D. and John T. Rldgley 5e Friends may call at the Wltzke Funeral Parlors, Holllns end Gll-mor. streets, from 2 P.M. until 10 P.M. Servlcet on Thursday it 1 PM. Interment in Good Shepherd Cemetery, Howard county, Maryland. RIDPI.FY. Central Lodge No. 40. I.O.O.I'.. Eliicjtt City, Md.. regrets the passing of brother HARRY D. RIDGLEY" and extends to his family our sincere sympathy. DEWEY I. SPARKS. 5e . Noble Grand. R I ED .On October 3. 1961. CHAR LOTTE, beloved daughter of James E and C.-irolyn D. Bush, of 220 Creswell avenue, and devoted sister of James A . James E. Bush. Jr.. Mrs. Betty Robinson tnd Mrt. Joan Christopher. 6e Services In the home of her brother. James E. Bush, Jr., 1140 Scott ttreet. on Friday at 2 P.M. Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. ROCHE. On October 2. 1981. ELIZABETH M. ROCHE (nee Martin), of 1407 Sulphur Spring road, Arbutua beloved wife of the late Clinton L Roche, devoted mother Kit Mrt Myrtle Wahl, Mrs. Helen Green and the late William Butcher, and grandmother of William and Michael Wahl. 5e Friends may call at the Ambrose Funeral Home, 1328 Sulphur Spring road. Arbutus, from 2 until 9 PJM daily. Servlcet at the Holy Apostles Episcopal Church on Thursday at 1 P M. Interment In Lorraine Cemetery. 8) OCHk.. Th. Laaiet Auxiliary oi Town Hall deeply regret to ant nounc. th. pastiing of our beloved member. BETTY ROCHE, tnd extend tlncer. tympathy to her family. GLADYS N. GIVEN, President. ROWLFNSON. On October 4. 1961, L1LLIE MAY (nee Denny), oi 4H09 Liberty Heights tvenue, beloved wift of Edwin R Rowlenaon and devoted mother of Mrt. Jessie R Mirth of Wilmington. Del 7t Fnendt mty call at the John F. Denny Home, Light tnd Montgomery ttreett. until 9 PM, Friday. Cervices will b. held tt the Howard Park Methodist Church on Saturday tt 2 P.M. Interment In Lorraine Park Cemetery. Family requests frlendt to call between 1 tnd 5 tnd 7 to 9 P.M. RUS 8 ELL. On October 4, , 1961 IDA M, of 920 Bardswtll road. Catonsville, beloved wife of the late George W, Russell, beloved mother of Mrt. L. Barrett Rice, Mrt. John D. Allen tnd Messrs Raymond W, tnd H. Vernon Rut-tell. 7 Funertl services will b. held at William J. Tlckner it Sons. North tnd Pennsvlvtnla avenuet, on Saturday at 11 A.M. Interment to Loudon rarg cemetery. RUSSELL. On October 4, 1961 r, . miA n-n mh ,tr, beloved husband of Lett Russell (nee Maxevl. 7. Funeral services will be held tt the G. Truman Schwab Funeral Hume of Irvlngton. 3512 Frederick avenue, on Saturday, October 7, at 2 P.M. Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery, Viewing from 2 until 9 30 P.M. SANDLA8S. On, October 3. 1961 UfcUKUK. of university avenue Harewood Park, beloved husband of Margaret Bandlaas (nee Chase) ton of Anna Miller (nee Rudolph) tnd brother of Louise Loewensteln. Funertl from the Charles E. Bchlmunek Funeral Home, 3331 Brehmt Lane, tt Mannasota and Erdman avenuet, on Friday at 11 A.M. Interment In Parkwood Cemetery. Visiting hours 2 P.M to 9 P.M. Parking in rear. 6 SA.NDLASS Joppa Lodge No. 132 A F it A.M., announcei with deep regret th. death of BROTHER GEORGE WILLIAM 8ANDLAS3 Th. brelhern will assemble at the Charles E. Bchlmunek Funeral Home. 3331 Brehms lane. Friday October 6. at 11 A.M., for the pur pose of laying our departed brother to rest with Masonic honors, ELMER W. STROCK, 5e Worshipful Master SKLLMAYER. Suddenly, on October 3, 1961, CARRIE MARIE ' (nee (Graur, of 525 South Conkllng ttreet, beloved wlf. of George Sell-may er. 7 Funeral from Lilly it Zeller. Inc. Funeral Home. 700 South Conkllng ttreet (entrance on Foster avenuet on Saturday, October 7. at 9.30 A.icM. Solemn Requiem High Mass at sacred Heart Church at 10 a.m Interment In Holy Redeemer Cemetery. SELLMAYER. Membert of Camp 9949, Royal Neighbors of America, regret the passing of Neighbor CARRIE M. SELLMAYER, and they extend sympathy to her loved ones JULIA WILLIE. 8 District Deputy. SMITH. On October 3. 1961. RICH ard A., . at nit home, imb Reisterstown road. Owlngs Mills. Md., beloved husband of Mrs Janlne J. Smith (nee Lepalnturler) beloved ton of the late Mrs. Mary Hobbt and devoted ftther of Pierre R. Smith. Richard A. Smith. Stan ley C. Smith tnd Wallace G Smith and brother of Mrt. Edith Tllison, Mrs, Ruth Becker tnd Mr Donald Hobbs. 6e Mr. Smith rests tt the Eckhardt Funeral Chapel, 11605 Reisters town road, Owlngs Mills, Md. where frlendt may call on Wednes. day and Thursday from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. and 7 P.M. to 10 P.M. pri vate services and Interment on Friday. I In lieu of flowers con trlbutlons may be made to the Maryland Tuberculosis Associt tion.l 5NOWDF.N. On October 4, 1961 ELMER W SR., of 3618 Second street, Brooklyn, beloved husband ot Ella Mae Snowden (nee Zlnk) and devoted father of Elmer. Jr. Kenneth, Milton and Richard: Snowden, Mrs. Emily Rollins, Mrs Ruth Loudenslager. Mrs. Nellie Hinkleman and Mrs. Charlotte Mulllnlx. 8 Services at the McOully Funeral Home, Patapsco avenue and Third street, Brooklyn, on Monday a at 11 A.M. Interment in Cedar Hill Cemetery. STALEY. On October 4. 1961, at his home. 5214 St. Charles avenue, GEORGE O. 8TALEY, beloved hOs-band of Marguerite E. Staley (nee Sauerweln) and father of Mrt John 8. Roll, grandfather of Miss Diane and Master. Robert Roll and brother of Mrs. Sara B. Sauerweln. 7e Funeral services will be held at William J. Tlckner it Sons, North and Pennsylvania avenues, on Saturday at 2 P.M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. The family requests frlendt to call between 2 and 9 P.M. STINF.R. On October 4. 1961, WIL LIAM J. 8TINER, formerly of 131 South Cttherln. street. 7e Services at the Wlppert Funeral Home, Baltimore and Monroe streets, on Saturday afternoon tt 2 o'clock. Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. Visiting hours from 2 to 9 P.M. STORM. On October 3, 1961. ROB ERT E., age 61 years, of 1005 St Charles avenue, the beloved husband of Ruth M. Storm (nee Cole) and father of Ruth E. Boyer Eleanor A. Schilling, Robert N. and Wesley V. Storm. fle Mr. Storm res ( at the Howard H. Hubbard Funeral Home, 4107 Wllklns avenue, near Leeds Frlendt and relatives are Invited to attend servlcet on Friday tt 2 P.M. Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. The family will receive friends dally between 2 tnd 10 P.M. SILINSKI (ZEZULINSKI). On October 4. 1961, SYGMUND J., of 6731 Bessmer avenue, Gracrland Park, beloved husband of Elizabeth Sulinskl (nee Sawlck') r nd devoted father of Mrs. Lillian J. Elrlng, Mrs. Constance Solloway. Mrs. Dorothy K. Clements and Mr. Thomas J. Sulinskl. Also survived by five grandchildren. Funeral tervlces tt the Walter Dabrowskl Funeral Home. 1005 Dundalk avenue, near O'Donnell street, on Monday at 9.15 A.M. Requiem High Mass at Sacred Heart of Mary Church at 10 A.M. Interment in Sacred Heart of Jesus Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 10 P.M. 9e TRENNER. On October 2, 1961, HENRY WILLIAM, of 4305 Hamilton avenue, husband of Catherine Pearl Trenner (nee Bateman). father of Mrs. Mary J. Traylor. and grandfather of Hope, Raymond II, and Danette TTsylor. Services from the Leonard J Ruck Funeral Home, 5305 Harford road, at Echodale avenue, on Thursday tt 8 A.M. Requiem High Ma s at St. Anthony s Church tt 9 A M. Interment in Holy Re-de-mer Cemetery. Frlendt mty call fron 2 P.M. until 9 P.M. 5e Select any or all of the 48 Service- available at no extra cost from MAITLAND'S rlNIST rUNEIAlS COWNTOWH Wis. Ceok, Inc St. Foul and Frestvn St. TOWSON Wt. Cook-Towsen. lac 10 JO York lead HAMILTON W, Csek'llight. Inc. 400 Harferd lead DEATHS (3) ft AGS' ER Suddenly, on October 2! 1981, WILLIAM JAMfc3, or 1309 Winston tvenue, beloved husband, of Ruth M. Wagner (nee Zeti. melsli, devoted father of Edward, Wagner and ton of Sarah E. Wagner (nee Bedford) tnd th let. Althonslut J. Wagner. 5. Servlcet tt th. Leontrd J. Ruck Funeral Horn., 5305 Harford rosd tt Echodale tvenue,, on Thursday tt 9 A M. Requlrm Mast tt Si. Ambrose Church tt 10 A.M. Inter, ment In Bt, Mary t Oovtni Cemetery. WALLACE. On October 2. 1961. JOHN KARLE, of 424 Nortn Lln-wood tvenue. beloved husband of Novella T. Wallace (nee Hurley) and beloved father of Cwenda Lee Wallace. Friend mty call tt the O. Howtrd Strong Funertl Home, 3207 W. North tvenue tt Hilton ttreet on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurtdty between 2 tnd 9.30 P M. tnd tt the Riverside Baptist Church Randall and Johnson streets on Fridty from 12 noon until 2 P.M. tt which time serv. Ices will be held. Interment la Parkwood Cemetery. 6 WALTERS. On October 4, 1081. ARTHUR WILLIAM, SR., Of 1763 North Gay street, beloved husband -of Frances Poole Walters (ne Rlrketta) and beloved father of . Arthur Walters, Jr., Mrt. May Schultz. Mrs. Carrie Calvert, Mrt. Mary ' Baumgartner, Mrt. Frtnctt Kelser and John Walters. 7e ,. Funeral from the Leo O. Cook . Funertl Home. 1701-03 North Pat. " terson Park tvenue. Due notice will be given ltter. Visiting hour from 1 PM. until 10 P.M. WATERS. On October 5, 1961, RO. - DIATHS land m., or 4313 Old York road, -beloved husband of the late Mary -A. Waters (nee Rusk) tnd devoted , father of Mrs. Lillian Garrison and. ; William L. Waters. 9 . Funeral services at the John A, Moran Funeral Home, 4201 , York . road (entrance to parking area on. Forty-third street), on Monday, October 9. tt 1 P.M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. Friend may visit dally from 2 P.M. until i P.M. tnd from 7 P.M. until 9 P.M, ZERRLAUT. On October 3. 1961. della BLANCHE (nee Kane), of 1948 Rldgehlll tvenue, the beloved wife of the late Robert L. Zerrltut tnd mother of Robert, Douglas T Marvin E Delia C. O'Brien, Norm, A. Roach and Barbara J. Brlttaln Funeral services will be held tt the. William Cook Mansion, St. Paul and Preston streets, on Satur. day at 1 P.M. Interment tn Wood. ' lawn Cemetery. 5. FUNERAL DIRECTORS () FRen a rnt.a FONKRaL DIRECTOR 191M5 W Baltimore et. ct 3-71 no CEMETERIES AND IOTS LOUDON PARK ett available for tnother 100 rtara. Reasonable ."rices. Terms. 9,J&LI0N DOLLARS MOKeCANU MEMORIAL PAftV"- lots for sale. NO, " MONUMENTS, VAUITS, ETC. '(7) MONUMENTS BY HENRY MERKEL, INC. "Sine 1855" .... CEMETFRY LETTERING i4 rRtt)ERTCK AVE wf .m 1Q5T AND FOUND ( B?Ei-rM!5' ?, " ld' Lost vie. oi -ffid & Old York Rd. Reward BE. CAT Black, female with wht. fee nose & breasts, named "Judy", lost J'rj!: W00"an'1 Avt- DC?20r'iy. liiL hlte markings, lost". Answers to -Tonv." Children's net. .ferlJiLJ.Ji549 . PARAKEET Turquoise blue with Light pSSuA.1?iWer5,i Jackie. Lost vie. of J3U9?9dhiVter3!-' Wortn00- POCKEmpOJp-Lost Reisterstown "ft -MlgflklkJeBther. la. 3-4955. PHDt!Fe,m''t winlalCsSSs: Re. Lost vie. of Searles Rd . Pj)M!LRej. AT, 8-1447. SEAT Red it wHite vlnyf7From",sft," JSiTpUiS- Women'' Hosl"u': SIAMESE Male, Lost Sept. 9. Reisters"- .- Blue collar with metal I.D. disk, f ry. TE. n-2R2q, ' SPECIAL NOTICE (9) INVITATIONS PRINTED .Weddings tt Sir,, "l,.;"",'r,i naisea printing J7 73 100, including double en-velorjes it tifl.u,. Free estimates In your home. Hlh quality, low cost. . Compare first. & csl. Mu. 4 7517 DOWN CQMFOTlTS REC6vi!RED Qlaser't beddlni? specialists 243 8. Broyiyay. pi. 2.74S? Irt-CHEh CHAIRS REbPHQLSTfcREli T-IMt-i service, 67UMlL 1 WILL MAKE ulin rnvera with n,i. .. limy, ur call wufl BSmpiPS. VH. 3-B307. VUBTOM SLIPCOVERS Witi h vnnr m a. t'rA.l or ourijBE. 5-2838. CUjgTOMSLIPCOVERS Reuphoi: jjee esnm.- va. a-4isn. va. 5-7284, SHARE YOUR CAR (10)" TRANSPORTATION To Florida. Los Angeles, Seattle De--" troit for responsible auto drivers. Cars available now. AUTO DRIVEA WAY CO. CL. 4-3833 .: kiue WANTED From N.S. Balto. to . A nnspollK. Arrive 8 A.M., leave 4.30. PERSONA15 (11) i WILL NOT be responsible for any debts unlens contracted by myself. CHARLES H, RATHBURN. 123OOTHARp ROAD, I WILL NOT be responsible for any -debts unless contracted by myself. ' .-CLAUDE LAWSON, JR. 3530 LYjNDALE AVE. ' I WILL NOT be responsible for any debts unless contracted by myself. JOHN L. RICHARDSON PT. 2. BOX 36 SEVERN, MP. I WILL NOT be responsible for any debts unless contracted by mvself. WILLIAM J. PRKNA. 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