The Evening Sun from Baltimore, Maryland on September 19, 1969 · 6
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The Evening Sun from Baltimore, Maryland · 6

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PAGE A THE EVENING BUN, BALTIMORE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1969 OBITUARIES Simon Jung, 56, Victim Of Holdup Funeral services for Simon Jung, an owner of a North avenue confectionery store, will be held at 1.30 P.M. Monday at the Stewart and Mowen funeral establishment, 108 West North avenue. : Mr. Jung, 56, was wounded In the hip by a gunman in a January 18 holdun of his store. The wound caused Mr. Jung to be paralyzed in Doth legs ana ne required continual hospitalization. He died Sunday at University Hospital. - Mr. Jung was born in Canton, China. He emigrated to the United States when he was 15. He had lived in Los Angeles and New York city before moving to the Baltimore area after World Warll. Wartime Service During the war, he had served In the Army as an enlisted man, and was stationed In the Philip pines. Following his discharge from the Army, Mr. Jung came to Catonsville to operate the Horn Wing Laundry, which was started by his father. In 1962, he closed the laundry and opened the confectionery store at 2001 East North avenue. He resided at the same address. Mr. Jung was a member of Grace and St, Peter's Church and the Chinese Merchants As sociation. Surviving are two daughters, Miss Louise Jung and Miss Mar-garet Jung, and a son, Robert Jung, all of Baltimore. William Van De Visser Federalsburg, Md. (Special) Services for William Van de Visser, a retired farmer who lived near Preston, Md., were being held today at the Frampton fa neral establishment here. Mr. Van de Visser, who was 90, died Monday at the Eastern Shore State Hospital near Cam bridge, Md. Surviving are a son, Peter Van de Visser, of Preston; four grandchildren, and seven great grandchildren. P. Charles Chrysler, Md. Casualty Officer Funeral service! for P. Charlei Chrysler, a vice president of the Maryland Casualty Company, were being held today at St. John's Episcopal Church, Glyn- don. Mr. Chrysler, who was 61, died Wednesday at Greater Balti more Medical Center after a short Illness. He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and was educated in elementary and secondary schools there. Active In Insurance Groups Before joining Maryland Casualty in 1951, he was employed with the Great American Insurance Company in New York city. He was known to business associates and friends by the initials P.C. In 1960, he was promoted from manager of Maryland Casualty's fire and marine Insurance division to vice president Mr. Chrysler was a member of the Insurance Society of New York, the Binder Club of Baltimore and the Casualty and Surety Club of Baltimore. He also served on the executive committee of the General Cover Underwriters Association and was the chairman of the Board of Governors of the Maryland Fire Underwriting Rating Bureau. As a hobby, he collected old school hand bells that teachers once used to summon their classes. He also was a coin collector. Surviving are his wife, the former Elsa Lang, of Upperco; two sons. Pembroke C. Chrysler 3d, of Woodstown, N.J., and Scott Guy Chrysler, of Oyster Bay, fl.Y., ana uve grandchildren. Airs. Natalie Bond, Illustrator, Writer Washington (Special) Funeral services for Mrs. Natalie Jen kins Bond, who wrote and illu strated syndicated news features and a children's Sunday news paper supplement in the 1940's, will be held at 2.30 P.M. tomorrow at the Gawler funeral establishment here. Mrs. Bond, who was 67, died unexpectedly Wednesday at her home in the Miramar Apartments, 1301 15th street N.W. In Washington. In the 1930's and 1940's, Mrs. Bond lived in Baltimore. At that Spedden C. Hughes Cambridge, Md. (Special-Services for Spedden C. Hughes, a cabinetmaker and a former radio dispatcher, will be held at 2 P.M. tomorrow at the Thomas funeral establishment. Mr. Hughes, who was 66, died Wednesday at the Cambridge-Maryland Hospital. Surviving are his wife, the former Naomi Hughes, of Vienna; a son, Vernon E. Hughes, of Vienna; a sister, Mrs. Harold Simmons, of Cambridge, and one grandson. time, she wrote the copy and did the art work on the syndicated features known as "Grandmother's Cookbook" and "Racy Gra-cy." Had Baltimore Office During this period she also worked as a free-lance illustrator and her office studio was located at Baltimore's Mount Vernon Place. Mrs. Bond painted the murals depicting children's story characters at Calvert School in Baltimore. Mrs. Bond's last newspaper job was with the Washington Post, where she worked in the real estate advertising section. She retired in 1964. She was the co-editor of the recently published book, "The South Carolinians," the Civil War memoirs of two Confederate officers. Mrs. Bond was a native of Warrenton, Va. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Alton McCall, of Greenwood, S.C.; three sisters, Mrs. William Boddington, of Jersey City, N.J., Mrs. Francis G. Miller, of Ruxton, Md., and Mrs. Thomas B. Scarburgh, of Accomack, Va., and five grandchildren. Beedon Rites Set Thursday A memorial service for Miss Elizabeth Beedon, a social worker In the city public schools, will be held at 7.30 P.M. next Thursday at Catonsville Presby terian Church, Frederick and Beechwood avenues. Miss Beedon, who was 48, died August 8 at Sinai Hospital after a short illness. A native of Albion, Miss Bee don received a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Rochester and a master's de gree in social work from the University of North Carolina. She joined the city school system in 1959 after previously working as a psychiatric social worker at Spring Grove State Hospital. She lived at 5917 Balti more avenue in Catonsville. Surviving are her mother, Mrs. Blanche Beedon, of Albion; three brothers, William Beedon, of Medina, N.Y.; Amos Beedon, of Holland, Mich., and Richard Beedon, of Milwaukee. Haske Mass Scheduled A concelebrated mass for Henry B. Haske, a retired head purchasing agent with the Arundel Corporation, will be offered at 10 A.M. tomorrow at the Shrine of the Little Flower Church, Belair road and Brendan avenue. Mr. Haske, who was 71, died Wednesday at Bon Secours Hos pital. A native Baltimorean, he was a graduate of St. Michael's Business School. In 1913, he joined the Arundel Corporation, a heavy construction and building materials firm. He retired from the company 50 years later. Surviving are his wife, the former Margaret A. Stadter, of Baltimore; two sons, the Rev. Henry B. Haske, S.J., a missionary in Chile, and Bernard J. Haske, of Long Island; a brother, George Haske, of Baltimore, and five grandchildren. Salvatore Canatella, Former Union Chief A requiem mass for Salvatore M. Canatella, a former president of the Classified Municipal Em ployees Association and the holder of several posts In the Loyal Order of Moose, will be offered at 9 A.M. tomorrow at St. Elizabeth's Church, 2638 East Baltimore street. Mr. Canatella, who was 79, died Tuesday after a short ill ness at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Starr Link, of Stoneleigh. Mr. Canatella was born in Washington. In the late 1920's, he worked as an underground cable helper with the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company. Active In Organizations He joined the city's Bureau of Mechanical-Electrical Services, now the Conduit Section, in 1930. He retired in 1960 from the job of senior cable inspector. Mr. Canatella, who was known as Sam, served as president of the Classified Municipal Employees Association in 1955. He also was a former board member of the organization, and was chairman of its annual banquet committee from 1955 until his death. He remained active in the Moose following his retirement. He was secretary of Baltimore Lodge, No. 70. He was the secretary and past president of the Maryland, Delaware and Wash ington Moose Association. Mr. Canatella held the rank of Pilgrim in the Moose, and was a past Great North Moose. He lived at 205 North Curley street. He was married for 59 years to the former Rose Hennessey. Surviving, besides his wife and daughter are two sons, Vincent and Michael Canatella, both of Baltimore, four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Louis Paul Levine Funeral Being Held Louis Paul Levine, a wood worker and plastics molder, died yesterday at Pleasant Manor Nursing Home, after a long ill ness. He was 74. Funeral services were being held today at the Levinson funeral establishment, 6010 Reis- terstown road. Mr. Levine, who was born in Russia emigrated to France when he was 18. He worked two years in Paris as a cabinetmaker. In 1915, he came to the United States and settled for several years in South Carolina, where he worked in a department store operated by an uncle. In the early 1920 s, he moved to Baltimore. He worked for National Store Fixtures Company and later for the National Plastics Products Company. He retired in 1964. Besides constructing furniture and cabinets, he made plastic models, including one of the interior fittings of the nuclear powered ship Savannah and others of missile parts. Mr. Levine was a Mason, a member of Cassia Lodge No. 45 and Yedz Grotto. He also served as a member of the board of directors of Agudas Achim An-shei Sphar' congregation and was a member of the Beth El Men's Club. Survivors Named In 1922, he married the former Esther Miller. He lived rt 130 Slade avenue in Pikesville. A daughter, Mrs. Shelley L. Murphy, said Mr. Levine was a strong advocate of racial justice, and that he left the deep South in the 1920's because he fcithe Negroes were not being treated fairly there. Surviving, besides his wife, ar two daughters, Mrs. Shelley L. Murphy and Mrs. Elaine L. Cohen, both of Pikesville; a sister, Mrs. Pauline Garrick, of Vista, Calif.; two brothers, Samuel Levine, of Port Jefferson, N.Y., and Jacob Levine, f Israel, and two granddaughters. DON BELDING, 74, one of the founders of Foote, Cone 4 Belding advertising agency, died Tuesday in Los Angeles. The firm was founded in 1942 by Mr. Belding, Emerson Foote and Fairfax M. Cone. SATURDAY Come meet Jerry Kramer 1 to 2 P.m. in the Book Department, Downtown SATURDAY Meet the Young- Baltimoreans and come to the Housewares & Notions Fair, Downtown, Lower Floor UAL L...one day only pair twin beds by night, 2 sofas by day 3-piece round-the-corner loungers Convenient Credit Terms Available Have savoir faire. be practical, be a genius with rooms that must change character with the clock. Be well on. your way with these groupings. Include: pair of 36" mattresses with box springs on casters upholstered in smart fabrics; topped with removable quilted cover; complete with glide-under corner table with mar-resistant top. Contemporary (shown) or Spanish. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. HK Furniture, Downtown; Eastpoint, Harundale, Reisterstown Rd. Plaza choice of 2 styles $277 each regularly $359 HOCHSCHILDB8KOHN shoppe 4W C0J let's take a print . . Not just any print ... a really groovy print, and put it on 100 fo light V easy acetate. Then we choose a swinging style ... the elasticized shirtwaist! And put long floating sleeves on it. Make it short . . . now it's ready to be the brightest fashion in your fall wardrobe 1 Choose aqua or pink Preteen sizes 6 to 14. Hi Shoppe . . . Third Floor, Downtown , NoTthwood, Edmondson, Reisterstown Ed., Salisbury MAIL ORDERS OR PHONI 683-8040 at early ai 1.30 a.m. riai odd i ttatt ialc tax on oil Md, delivtrie$ Parcel post ehnrtje on all fiut-of-statt deliveriet Allow 10 dayt for dtlivery

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