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; 0 (I 1 si i i ve-X .... . . . j . , . ii THE SUN, Monday, February 1, 1965 DIATHS ) ZVfiZl JVnlicfj conf niirei mm preceding jwiye rif;nT fmitiinore Lnrtirs Net 510 A F.VAM nnoiinees wmi deep regret the drth n brother HARHY K LLGKRT, rhiirti-r nii'mlwr. 2 JOSEPH F. CIISHIKL 3(1, Wornlup! ul MHhtrr, FAItrU'R On January 2, 1IW5, KATE of MM Parle Heights avenue, devoted ti.fr nt Mm, Khiihip I. Cinidon nr fiulumnro, and the late. Jamb Father and Lena fcaliKburv, be-l'ned Hunt ol Mis. Jnsrpri C. Bel-her of I'luUdHplilu, Mm. Emanuel M Bntiklii. Jiweph N , Mil tun, Yule mid Rnynuuid J Gordon of Piilttmore mid Bernard Salisbury Pt Silver fiprini!, Md. 2e Ken li'rs m Kol Levlnson Ac Brut. Home, WHO Rfixtcintown road isl Plnkneyi, on Tuesday, February 2. nt 12 ncnn. it titer parkim; rnttrta tiirnuun l'ltikney rondi. ' Interment Beth Yehuda Anshe Kurland Cnnitrcnatlon Cemeterv Rowleys lane. In lieu of flowers, family requests contributions be rmide to the Lcvlndale AR'd Hmie ! milLKY Or. January 2fl, CAFT WILLIAM Police Department (retlrpd). of .1704 rosier ivenue, h!oved htiKhanri of Hilda Blnke Fcehley (ne Puseyl, devoted father of Bernard J. Feehlev, Br., grandfather of Bernard J. Fechley, Jr., William Joseph Fcelilev and Mr. Peter Arnold, hrollier of Mra Thomas E. lamb and stepfather of Sister M. Dorina, H s N.O.: Mra lea K. Welsh and Miss Dorothy Meyers. ICrlsfield (Md.) Time's cicufie copy. I Funeral services at the Leonard J. Rurk Funeral Home, Inc., 530!) Harford road (at FchodHle), on Tuesday at 9 A M. HUh Muss of Requiem will be celebrated at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church at, 10 A.M. Interment In Sacred Heart Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 30 to 5 and 7.30 to fl P.M. Sunday and Monday. 2a FFrHLFY The Baltimore City Retired Police Association, Inc., regrets the loss of their brother member. Retired Captain WILLIAM C. FEEHLEY. ARTHUR Q. McCLOSKEY, 1e President. ru.Es On January 30, 1965, JEANNETTA M , of 1674 Thetford road, beloved wife of the late Edward J. Files, nd devoted mother of MlhS Ellen J. Files, and Edward T. Files, daughter of Olivia C. and the late John F. Tennyson, sister of Edcar R. Tennyson. 2e . Friends are Invited to call at the Johnson Funeral Home, 8521 Loch Raven boulevard (Beltway Txlt 29), on Sunday from 7 to P P.M. snd Mondav, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral services on Tuesdav at 2 P.M. st the Loch Raven Baptist Church. Interment in Loudon Faric cemetery. Usher On January 31. IMS, HARRY, be loved husband or Mrs. uoicue isn er. father of Bernard Schwartz. Services at Jack Lewis Home Sino-02 Eutaw Place, Sunday, 3.30 P.M. Interment United Hebrew Cemetery Corp., Anshe Koben Congregation, Rosedale. In mourn. )ne at 3448 Reisterstown roaa Kindly omit flowers. le FISHER Phaarel Zlon Cong-pgatlon notes with deep sorrow the passine or Its devoted Trustee, HARRY FISHER, and extends heartfelt condolences to the tamllv le DR. ISRAEL TABAK. Rabbi. JACOB A. RASHBAUM, Chairman Board of Directors, Usher The United Hebrew Cemetery Cor poratlon of Rosedale, Md., an jiounces with deep regret the passing of its Delegate HARRY FISHER. Members please attend bouse of mourning. le JOSEPH FELZENBERG. President USHER The Gravitz Family Circle regrets the passing of HARRY FISHER, Vice-President. le NATHAN MALTZ, President FLACK On January 29, 1965, CONRAD, of wittman, Md., the beloved Husband of the late Catherine S Flack, brother of Mrs. Mary Keefer or Baltimore. le '.Friends may call on Monday from 6 P.M. to 9 P.M. at the William Cook Mansion. St. Paul and Preston streets, where services will be held on Tuesday at 1 P M Interment In Lorraine Park Cemeterv. FLANAGAN On January 28, 19S5, at Bon Se-cours Hospital, REV. FRANCIS J FLANAGAN, pastor of Corpus Chrlstl Church, beloved son of the lpte Edward J, and Margaret Downey FlanaEan, brother of Sifter irma Frances. S.S.J., Edward J. Flanagan. Jr., and the late Miss Helen E William J. and Joseph L. rinnaean. . 2e Visitors may call at the Corpus Chrlstl Rectory at Mount Roval snd Lafayette avenues on Saturday. January 30, from 10 A.M vintil 9 P.M., and Sunday, January 31, from 8 A.M. until 2 P.M., after Which time Father Flanagan will lie In state at Corpus Christ! Church where Pontifical Mass of Requiem will be celebrated by the Most Reverend Archbishop on Tuesday, February 2, at 10.30 A.M. Interment In New Cathedral Cemetery. FLEMING On January 31, 1965 at her last residence. 2540 wilkens avenue, MADELINE KATHERINE (nee Hit- tell, beloved wife of Harry Fleming and devoted mother of the Messrs. Walter J., Charles W.. and Harry M. Fleming, devoted aunt of Nor bert C. Hittel and devoted sister of Mrs. Eva Keehner and Mr. Martin Hittel. 2e Services at the George L. Schwab Home, 2101 Frederick avenue at Pulaski street on Wednesday morning at 8.30. Renvilem High Mass at St. Benedicts Church at 9 o clock. Interment In New Cathedral Cemetery. Visiting hours 2 to 9.30 PJH. FLERLAGE On Saturdav. January 30. 1965. HELEN MARGARET, of Waldorf. Md.. beloved mother of F.ma Kreft, ciara A. Gardiner, Herman. August, Henry, Karl, and Alfred Flerlage. She Is also survived bv one brother. George M. Janssen, of Baltimore, Md.. four sisters, Mar-prete Lamping, Dint Babing of Bnrssell Oldenburg. Wet Germany, Hanna Hnske and Marie Diek-mnn of Oldenburg Oldenburg. West Germany and twenty-one grandchildren. Funeral from the Huntt Funeral Home. Waldorf, Md on Tuesdav. February 2, st 9.30 A.M. Mass at Pr. Mary's Church. Bryantown, Md.. at 10 A M. Rosarv Mondav evening at 8 P.M. Interment Church Cemetery. le rrss Tecumseh Tribe No. 108, Improved Order of Redman, announce with regret the passing To The Happy Hunting Ground of our brother, JOHN FUSS. le WILLIAM THOMPSON. Chief of Records. GMSEY On January 30, 1965, MORTON A., of 1602 Hollins street, beloved husband of Edith Gamsey (nre Mau-rttz), and devoted father of Lln-wood Gamsey, of Norfolk. Va. Also survived by three grandchildren Funeral from the Funeral Home of Thomas J. Kenny. Inc.. HoUins snd Gllmor streets, on Tuesday at in A.M. Interment in Baltimore National Cemetery Friends may call from 2 to 9 PM. 2 GREY On Janurv 30. 1965. ALFX ANDFR I., of 204 North Llnwood avenue, beloved husband of the late Marv (nes Selde.n7ahll Garey; father of the lata Marguerite Kostens; grandfather cf Garey L. Kostens also 2 rreat erandrhlidren of East- on. Md.; brother of Magdalena "tnners. 2e Ftneral from Schlmunelt Fu-rral Home, 3331 Brehms lane, at Vannasota and Erdmnn avenues, on Wednesday at 10 30 AM. Iner-ttient In Oak Lawn Cemeterv. Vis. lrlne hours 2 to 9 P.M. Parkins in rear. G-lRF.Y T'-e Officers At Vemlvn nf Rpn Fnrfclin lidce No P7 AT VAM i'l assemb;e at the Schiv.nnelt Funrl Home. 33.11 B-'"hnis Lane on WMnesriav. Frhruf rv 3. et 1ft 15 AM. to conduct niasiin: fu-r"al for our late hrnther AlFX-AKDFF. T OATT 2e rolf n t.rvnivRG. Wuishioful master , (3) r.U'i V ' rii A".rur Aaiwipiiiiinn Jne r nets to announce the death of IviM president, ALr XANnKR CiARKY. 2 RUDOLPH DAVIS, President. . AKIIISOV Kuddenlv, pn Janusrv 30. 10f.5 HORfNca K. (nee Rl.kfl.lel. ot ;i64l Kim avenue, beloved mother of Mr. Norma L. St nil and Sher man C. Garrison. 3e Friends may cbII at Paul E Chenuwpih Funeral Home. 3615 17-19 Chestn it avenue Services un Vednesday, February 3. st 10 A M. Interment Lorraine Park Ceme- tary, Visiting hours 2 until 9 P.M GVTFS On January 29, 1965, MARGARET SI.Nl'LAIK. st Los Angeles, CHI., formerly of 1538 Sherwood avenue Riiltlmore, beloved wife nf the late Howard E, Gates, devoted mother of Mrs, Patricia Mosesian, Also survived by two brothers and two niKtprs. Services from the Leonard J Rurk Funeral Home Inc., 5305 Harford Rd , at Erhotlale. on Wednesday, at R AM. A Hush Mass of Requiem will be celebrated at St. Matthews Church, st 9 AM Interment In Cpdnr Bluff Ceme tery, Annapolis, Md. Friends may call on Monday from 7 PM until 9 P.M. snd on Tuesday from 2 P.M until i P.M. and 7 P.M, until 9 r.M. 2a GATES The Women's Traffic A Trans portation Club announces with deep regret the pssslng of our member, mroaret oatfs. la fcSTELLE BEAM, President. GEARY On January 27, 1965, WILLIAM J., ot ih Hillside road, Catonsville, beloved husband of Gertrude Geary (nee Rottmann), and beloved father of Donald W. and Francis W. Geary; also survived by two grandchildren. le Friends may call at the Wltzke Funeral Home, 4101 Edmondson avenue, from 2 until 5 and 7 until 9 P.M. Prayers on Monday at 8 30 A.M. Requiem High Mass at St. Agnes Church at 9 A.M. Interment in New Cathedral Cemetery. GETTMAN On January 28, 1965. RAYMOND P., of 4110 East Lombard street, beloved son of the late Peter and Emma Gettman and stepson of the late Herman F. Doet;kies; dear brother of the late Mrs. Irene T. Smith and Mrs. Lillian J. May and dear uncle of Mrs. Lillian I. Mif-kovic, Mrs. Irene T. Duvall and Mrs. Doris B. Barnes, Frank L. and Edward Q. Smith. la Services at the John A. Miller Funeral Home (Hartley Miller. successor), 2332-34 Jefferson street, on Tuesday at 11 A M. Interment In Schwarta Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 P.M. until 9 P.M. GILBERT Suddenly, on January 31, 1965, JOHN R of 3014 Oakcfest avenue, beloved husband of Ida E. Gilbert, (nee Wlglngton), snd devoted father of Mrs. Lois Fallano, and Mrs. Mabel L. Wojtklewlcz. Services from Leonard J. Buck Funeral Home Inc., 5305 Harford road (at Echodale avenue), on Thursday at 2 P.M. Interment Mooreland Memorial Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to a PM., Tuesday and Wednea dav. 4a GLENN On January 29, 1965, EDNA C. (nee Ultschler), of 5505 Daybreak ter race I, formerly of 6304 Boston street, the beloved wife of the late James J. Glenn, devoted mother of William E. Glenn. Mrs Thelma Rltzel, George Glenn and the late Vernon A. Glenn, beloved sister of Mrs. Margsret Minnlck Ellwood Dltschler. Mrs. Madeline DuVal and Mrs. Naomi Lepson Funeral will be from the Lassahn Funeral Home, 7401 Belair road, on Monday at 2 P.M. Interment in Oak Lawn Cemetery Family requests visiting 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. daily. la HAAK (MURPHY) On January 28, 1965, ELFRIEDA M. (nee Denhardt), of 5238 Wasena avenue, beloved mother of Edward, Earl, George and Marion Murphy. Mrs. Louise Behr. Mrs. Elizabeth Bowers, Mrs. Eileen Dodge. Also survived by twenty grandchildren and eighteen great- gran dcnuaren. ie Services at the McCully Fu neral Home, Patapsco avenue and Third street, Brooklyn, on Monday at 2.30 P.M. Interment in Glen Haven Cemetery. HAWKINS On January 29. 1965, MICHAEL I., belovpd husband of Mary (nee Cyhantk), of 1610 Church street, devoted father of Mary Ann Hellnskl and Richard and Robert Hawkins. le Funeral from William Flalkowski Curtis Bay Funeral Home. 4290 Pennington avenue, on Tuesdav at 9 15 A.M. Requiem High Mass "at St. Athanaslus Church at 10 A.M. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, HELM On January 30. 1965. NAOMI I formerly of 825 Stamford road, the beloved daughter of the late Isaac ana Mary Helm. le Miss Helm rests at the Howard H. Hubbard Funeral Home, 4107 Wilkens avenue. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend serv ices on Tuesday at 11 A.M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. Friends may call after 7 P.M. on Sunday and from Z to 5 and 7 to 9 f.m. on Monday. HEMLE On January 29, 1965, AUGUST H of 6600 Old Harford road, beloved husband of Dorothea E. Hemle (nee Kamtman) and devoted father of Mrs. Dorothy A. Ehanklin and Miss Irma E. Helme, grand- latner or kick and Ann snanklin Services from the Leonard J Ruck Funeral Home, Inc., 5305 Harford road (at Echodale), on Tuesday at 11 A.M. Interment In Parkwood Cemetery. Friends may can after l fM.. Saturday. 2e HENNEBERRY On January 31, 1965, ANNA, be loved mother of William, and the Rev. Hugh Henneberry. Viewing at the Kaczorowskl Funeral Home, 2525 Fleet street, on Monday, from 2 P.M. until 10 P.M. Services and Interment In Brooklyn. N.Y. 1 HILL Or. January 30. 1965. MARY KATHERINE (KATE), of 3208 Chesley avenue, beloved daughter of the late Louis A: Hill and Emma Hill (nee Bordealt) and aunt of Messrs. Ellsworth and Charles Hill. Services at the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home. Inc., 5305 Harford road (at Echodale avenue), on Tuesday at 10.30 A.M. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. 2e HOLDER On January 29 1965, COL. JOHN H.. U.S. Army retired, of Ablngton, Md., beloved husband Of Mary C. Holder (nee O'Hayeri. 2e Services at the McComas Funeral Home. Abingdon, Md., on Tuesday at 10 A.M. Interment In Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Va.. at 1 P.M. Friends may call on Saturday, Sunday and Monday evening, 7 to 9 P.M. and Sunday afternoon 2 to 4 P.M. In lieu of flowers please make contributions to St. Mary's Episcopal Church Memorial Fund, Abingdon, Md.l HOLT On January 28, 1965. HAROLD J., of 6420 Sherwood road, beloved hushand of Ruth C. Holt. le Service at Henry W. Jenkins A Sons Co.. 4905 York road, on Mon-riiy. February 1. at 2 P.M. Interment in Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens. Friends may call on Friday 7 to 9 P.M. and Saturday and Sunday 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. HOLT The Bricklayers and Masons TTnlotl No. 1 of Maryland regrets to announce the death of our brother, HAROLD HOLT. 1 JOSEPH FAR A ONE. President. HOLIB On January 31, 1965. nLLIE (nee Trunka), of 16 Fullerton Heights avenue, beloved wife of Adolph Holub and mother of Mrs. Walter Tniszkowskl. 3 Funeral from the Lsssahn Funeral Home, 7101 Belair road. Due notice HOPKINS On January 31. 1965. ETHEL M.. aeed 73 years, beloved wife of the laie Robert L. Hopkins of Earlton road 2e Funeral from the R. Madison Mitchell Funeral Home. 123 South Wsthinr'on street. Havre de Grn. Md. oi Wednesdav at 2 P M Interment In Rrwk Run Cemeterv Friends may call Tue&day 7 to 9 P-M, (3) (n January 23. 1965, t HOLLIH In Alhiifiuerque, New Mexli-n, hu. band of Loia Hat rows HopKlna, son of late J. Fletcher snd Pl! Holllr. Hopkins Darlington, Met., aur vlv itigt one brother, John F. Hop-Kins, Jr , Havrs d Grace. Md. Interment In Albuquerque, New Aieiico, i in bekt On Sunday, Janur.lT SI. 196J, OUSTAV F., of 2914 Delmar ave nue, tdgemere, beloved husband of Anna A (nee Fuel), and de voted father of Mrs Elaine M Barken and dear brother of Mrs Ann Murphy, Mrs, Helen Smith, Mrs. M inna stemm, Frederick Hu bert, Elmer Biliock, and the late Allied Hubert, 2c Mr. Hubert rests st the Dundalk Funeral Home, of John J. Duda 73i2 Wise avenue. Visiting hourn from 2 til 9 P.M. Funeral services on Wednesday, st 8.15 A.M. Re qulem High Mass In Bt. Luke's Church, at 9 A M. Burial In Holy eoeemer t-emetery. iirnsov On Saturday, January 30, 1965 WILLIAM H. B., of Sanhorne, N.Y. formerly of Coekeysvllle Md , be. loved brother of Mrs. Thelma Fish- pnw. Hazel Sprinkle, Isabel Met schulst and Joseph H, and George n. iiunson, it JFFFFRSON On January 91. 1965, WALLING-TON 8., of 4208 Cottman avenue, beloved husband of Margaret M Jefferson and father of Betty Mc-Keown, Mrs. Noaml Fergerson, Mrs Grace Eder, Kenneth Lee and Allen Jefferson. Funeral from Ullrlrh Ftmeral Home, 4210 Belair road, at Parkstde drive, on Wednesday, at 2 P.M. Interment In Mnreland Memorial Park. Friends may call from to S and 7 to 9 P.M. 3e JONES On January 30, 1965. ROBERT E. L., of 4612 Malnfleld avenue, he-loved husband of Marjory Church Jones, devoted brother of Mrs. A. Beatrice Gavin. 2e Services from the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home, Inc.. 5305 Harford road (at Echodale) on Tuesday st 0 A M. A High Mass of Requiem will be celebrated at Bt. Dominies CYlurch st 10 A M. Interment In Arlington National Ceme tery. Friends and relatives are respectfully Invited to attend. Friends may call after 2 P.M. Sunday. KAFKA On January 30. 1M5, suddenly, at Miami, Fla., FRANK C, beloved son of Frank Kafka and the late Mary Kafka. le Funeral from the Cvach Funeral Home, 2716-18 East Monument street. Due notice. K1LPATRICK On January 30, 1965, CHARLES C SENIOR, of 7319 Bets avenue, the belovpd husband of Wllhelmlna V. Kllpatrlck, (nee Linton) and the devoted father of Mrs. Wanda Evans, Mrs. Betty Cox, Mrs. Patricia Kllpatrlck and Mr. Charles C. Kllpatrlck, Junior. 2e Services will be held at the Wll. 11am Cook-Hamilton Funeral Home, 6009 Harford road on Wednesday st 10 A.M. Interment In Bel Air Memorial Garden Cemetery. KLIGMAN The Ladles Auxiliary of the Pro gressive Sick Relief Association regrets the passing of LOUIS KLIGMAN, of Boston Mass., be loved father of our member, Mrs Shirley Apple. Officers and mem bers attend house of mourning, S5 Park Heights avenue. le MRS. LILLIAN RUBIN, President. KNAUTZ On January 29, 1965, CAROL E., of 2528 Hillcrest avenue, beloved daughter of the late Melvin W and Elizabeth Muller Knautz. Funeral from the Ullrich Funeral Home. 4210 Belair road, at Park-side drive, on Tuesday at 11 A.M Interment In Parkwood Cemetery Family will receive friends from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. 2 KNAUTZ On January 29, 1965, ELIZABETH MULLER, of 2528 Hillcrest avenue beloved wife of the late Melvin W Knautz. 2 Funeral from the Ullrich Funeral Home, 4210 Belair road, at Parkslde drive, on Tuesday at 11 a.m. Interment In Parkwood Cem etery. Family will receive friends from 2 to S and 7 to 9 P.M. KNAUTZ On January 29, 1965, MELVIN W., of 2528 Hillcrest avenue, be loved husband of the late Eliza beth Muller Knautz,. 2 Funeral from the Ullrich Fu neral Home. 4210 Belair road at Parkslle drive, on Tuesday at 11 A.M. Interment in Parkwood Cemetery. Family will receive trlends from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M KNAUTZ Local 109 I.U.E.-A.F.L.-C.I.O. regrets the loss of our brother MELVIN and his wife snd daughter. 3 WILLIAM WOLINSKI. President. KRAUS On January 30, 1965. CHARLES F., or 4J44 Chapel road, the beloved husband of Mary E. Wieners Kraus; devoted father of Mrs. An nette Loradltch, Mrs. Mary Mc- Caughey. Joseph and John Kraus, Survived by seven grandchildren. Prayers at the Lassahn Funeral Home, 7401 Belair road, on Tuesday at 8.30 A.M. Requiem Mass at St. Joseph's Church, Fullerton, at 9 A.M. Interment In St. Joseph's Cemetery. Visiting hours from 2 to 8 P.M. 2 KRAUS The Officers and members of Car. dlnal Gibbons Council No. 2521 Knights of Columbus regret to announce the death of our beloved brother. CHARLES F. KRAUS and extend our deepest sympathy to , his family. le Officers and members will meet at Lassahn's Funeral Home. 7401 Belair road on February 1, 1965 at 8 P.M. for the recitation of the Holy Rosary. GEORGE F. HARTMANN, Deputy Grand Knight, KULISIEWICZ On January 31, 1965, Julian J., of 2221 Essex street, beloved son of the late Anthony Kullslewicz and Carolyn Kullslewicz (nee Praglow- akl). and devoted brother of Mrs Josephine Plekarczylt, Mrs. Stella Wise, Mrs. Genleve SzczepanlBk, Michael, Anthony, and Theodore Kullslewicz. Services from the John M. Weber & Sons Funeral Home, 401 South Chester street. Due Notice. 4e LASSAHN-PEARCE On January 31, 1965, ELLA HUD-GINS, of 3417 Harford road, beloved wife of the late Louis C. Lassahn and Thomas T. G. Pearce, Sr.; devoted mother of Mr. Thomas T. G. Pearce. Jr.; sister of Rev. Dr. Herbert E. Hudglns, of Covington, Va. and Mrs. Lillian H. Hitchcock: grandmother of Stephen T. and Charles G. Pearce. York, Pa. and Delta, Pa. papers please copy.l Services from the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home, Inc., 5305 Harford road (at Echodale avenue), on Thursday at II A.M. Interment In Parkwood Cemetery. Friends may call on Monday from 7 to 9 P.M. and on Tuesday and Wednesday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM. 4a LOETZ On January 29. 1965, ELLA L.' (nee Llntllne), of 8 Cherry Hill court. Reistentown, beloved wife of the late Charles Loetz, and devoted mother of Mrs. Leonard J. Doneskl. le Funeral services will be held at the Erkhardt Funeral Chapel, 11605 Reisterstown road. Owlngs Mills, on Monday at 2 P.M. Interment In Cedar Hill Cemetery. Friends mny call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. LOGAN Suddenly after a brief Illness, DONNA LOUISE, aged 3 years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Logan of Shelton, Conn, (formerly of Luthervllle), she Is also survived by a sister and ber grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dlebert of Towson and Mr. and Mrs. John Logan of West Redding Conn, (formerly of Baltimore). Funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 2 P.M. at Trinity Episcopal Church. Nichols. Conn Services will be conducted by Dr. L,ioya u. ice or oovans Presbyterian Church, Baltimore. (In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a Memorial Fund Govans Presbvterlan Church, York road, Baltimore, Md. le LOR AN The Summit Country Club deeplv recrets the pawing of ZIEGFRTED LOR AN. beloved father of our member David Lnran 1 A1XECK RES NICK. President , DEATH! J!) Lots On January ?8, 1965, MI CHAW., of m North C'ouinmon avenue, unci of Mrs. Catherine Flrnateln, Mrs. Margaret Kroait. Mrs, Margaret rov, Mrs. John Brown, Mrs Mildred Kolbe', Mrs. Katherltie Study. Michael. William. Martin George Wllllson, John and Joaeph Funeral from Mllv ft Zeller, Ine. Funeral Hnmti, 1901 Eastern ave nun. on Mondav. February 1. at 8 30 A M. Requiem High Mass st Bt. Michaels Church at 9 AM Interment In Holy Redeemer Cem etery Friends may call from until 9 P.M. MAGRlTtER Suddenly, on January SO. 1965 WILLIAM L.. of 1721 East Thlrty-flist street, 2 Funeral tervlces are to be held at H. Sander and Sons, North v-nue and Broadway on Tuesday at 1 P.M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery, MARSI.ETT On January 30, 1965, ROBERT C SR., or 3176 Ravenwood avenue beloved husband of Marie O Marslett (nee Klrby) and devoted father of Mr. Robert 8. Marslett Jr., Mra. Marie Wlschhusen. Mr Edward D. Marslett and Mrs. Patri cia A. Wallman. son of Mrs. Eliza beth Marslett (nee Kreba) and the late Franklin Marslett: brother of Mrs. Elizabeth Houck, Mrs. Eleanor Baldwin, Mr. Lawrence Marslett, Mrs. Harriett Loudermllk, and Mr. William Marslett. 3e Services at the Leonard J Rurk Funeral Home, S305 Harford road (at Echodale avenue) on Wednesday at 8 A.M. A High Msss of Requiem will he celebrated at the Shrine of the Little Flower Church at A A M. interment In Gardens of Faith Cemetery Friends may call Sunday 7 to 9 P.M. Monday and Tuesday 2 until 9 P.M. MrCl'RLET On January 30. 1965, CARRIE (nee McCoy i, of 207 Rock Glen road. formerly of 6948 McClean boule vard. beloved wife of the late Don aid D. McCurly, devoted mother of the late Mary Ellen Barnes, aunt of Mrs. Catherine Hoffman, sis ter-ln-law of Mrs. Welzetta Me Cormlrk, mother-in-law of Mr. Raymond Austin Barnes. 2e Services fi" the Leonard J Ruck Funeral ome. Inc., 5305 Harford road (at Echodale ave nue), on Tuesday at 1 P.M. Inter ment In Loudon Park Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 to 9 P.M. dally. MrNEW On January 30. at Annapolis, Md LEE A. McNEW, beloved husbsnd of Ruby Dorsey McNew, of 103 McKendree avenue. Annapolis. Md Funeral on Tuesdav. February 2 st 2 P.M., from the Taylor Funeral Chapel, 147 Duke of Gloucester street, Annapolis, Md. Interment In Cedar Bluff Cemetery. le MILLER Suddenly, on January 30, 1965, DONALD E., of Liberty road. Bykesvllle, Md., beloved husband of Esther V. Miller (nee Will), snd devoted father of Mrs. Faye Lud-wtg. 2e Mr. Miller rests at the Waltz Funeral Home, Liberty road. Wln-fleld, Md., where services will be held Wednesday, February 3 at 2 P.M. Interment In Lakevlew Memorial Park. Visiting hours 7 to 9 PM. MILLER The Maryland Law Enforcement Officers. Inc.. announces with deep regret the death of our member. DONALD E. MILLER, and extends sincere svmpathv to his family, 3 HENRY F. SCHULTHEIS. President. MIXTER Suddenly, on January 30, 1965. ELMER L. (LUCKY), of 3305 Hay-ward avenue, beloved husband of Mary E. White Mlxter, loving father of Elmer J. Mutter. Jr., Mrs. Mary Cowden, Mrs. Julia Horn; ailrvlvp4 hv ninetppn vrnnH. children and four great-grand-j children. 3e Funeral from the funeral home of C. Vernon Lemmon, 4611 Park Heights avenue, on Wednesday at 9.30 A.M. Requiem High Mass In St. Ambrose's Church at 10 A.M. Interment In Mount Zlon Cemetery, Freeland, Md. Hours 3 to 8 and 7 to 9.30 P.M. Private parking In rear. (Enter Sumter avenue at 4514 Plmlieo road. MOOREHEAD On January 30, 1965, EDNA O. (nee Caulfield), of 17 Fustlng ave. nue, Catonsville. beloved wife of the late Robert J. Moorebead, sister of Mrs. Mabel Oldhauser, Mrs. Lenora Sinclair, and Carroll Caul- field. 2e Services at MacNabb Snn, 301 Frederick road (st the Beltway Fxlt 13), Catonsville, on Tuesdsy at 2 P.M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. Visiting hours until 5 and 7 until 9 PJJ. Ml'HLHAN On January 28, LILLIE, beloved wife of the late John Muhlhan mother of Mrs. Charles E. Sauers, Mrs. Gilbert H. Owens, and the late John E. Muhlhan. le Funeral from the Ulrica Fu neral Home, 4210 Belair road at Parkslde drive on Monday at 10.30 A.M. Interment First United Evan gellcal Cemetery. Friends may call irom 3 to s ana i to y NKLNER On January 28. 1965. HELEN C, of 119 South Potomac street, be loved daughter of the lata John and Mary Neuner ana aevotea sis. ter of Marie Pfelfer, Leo, George nd Carroll Neuner. i Funeral services at the Bernard Dabrowskl Funeral Home, 2818 East Baltimore street, at Streeper, on Monday at 8.15 A.M. Requiem High Mass at St. Elizabeth's Church at 9 A.M. Interment In Oak Lawn Cemetery. Frlende may call from 2 P.M. to 9 FM. NOPPENBERGER On January 30. 1965. MICHAEL P. of 1403 Cllftview avenue, beloved husband of Gertrude Noppenber-ger (nee Scally) and beloved father of Miss Anna Noppenoerger snd Mrs. Gertrude Kelly. 2e Friends may call at the Wltzke Funeral Home, 4101 Edmondson avenue, from 3 FM. until 9 P.M Prayers on Tuesday at 8.15 A.M Requiem High Mass at Bt. Pauls Church Caroline and Oliver streets at 9 A.M. Interment In Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery. NORRIS Suddenly, on January 31, 1965, at his late residence, 2708 Wilkens avenue, WT ?JAM DULANEY, SR.. beloved husband of Gertrude Emma Norrts (nee Bteffe), and de. voted father of William D Norrls. Jr. Je Services at the George L. Schwab Home. 2101 Frederick ave nue (at Pulaski street), on Thurs day morning at 8.30. Requiem High Mass at St. Benedict's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment In New Ca thedral Cemetery. Visiting hours 2 until 9.30 P.M. Relatives and friends may call after 7 P M. on Monday. O'BRIEN On January 29, 1965. kenneth F. X.. of 107 Warwick drive, Luthervllle, age 12 years, beloved son of William u. ana zoe L O'Brien, devoted brother of Kathleen E. and Kevin J. O'Brien. Prayers will be said at the William Cook -Towson Funeral Home, Inc, York road (at Beltway exit 26), on Tuesday at 9.30 am Requiem Mass at the Immmacu- lata Conception Catholic Church, Towson, at 10 a.m. interment in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Friends may call Irom i to a ana i to r.M Sunday and Monday. In Hen of flowers, please send contributions to the Leukemia society oi Balti more, le ODENSOS Suddenly on January 30, 1965, ANNIE E. (nee Arold), age 77 years of 3508 Georgetown road, beloved wife of William Odenaoe 8r, and mother of Mary E. Wood, Cathe rine 8. Scarborough. Anna L Wood, Etta D. Bruce, William, Jr., and Edgar T. Odensos. 2 Mrs. Odensos rests at the Howard H. Hubbard Funeral Home. 4107 Wilkens avenue. Services on Wednesday at 10 30 AM. at the Church of Our Saviour, Lands- downe. Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. Friends msy call after 7 P.M. on SunCav and from 2 to 4 PM and 7 to 9 PH. on Monday and Tuesday. PEARCE On January 31 1965. JOSEPH WILEY, of 734 Main street. Reisterstown. beloved husband of Edna Harden Pearce. 2e Funeral from the Ellne Funeral Home, 10 Main street, Reisterstown. Wednesday, at 11 a m. Interment Stone Chapel Cemetery Friends rray rail 3 to S snd 7 to 9 PM. (If desired contributions may be rr.sde to the Cancer Fund. J MATHS (1 On January Sf), 1965. JORKFrf, cf W)35 Fslklrk road, beloved son nf the late Michael, snd Cecilia Peksr tnee Czarskl), snd den ted fntlier of Mrs. Charlw Ilsggs, arid Jerome PeHar, beloved brother of Alice Owens, Anna CMpr, Helen Rosenbloom, Margaret, leo, Rufus and Aiirea ivsar. ie Funeral from th Rndnwskl Funeral Home. Washington snd Goiijih stiepts, on Tuesday at 8 30 A M. Requiem High Msss st St Htanlslaua Church at 9 A M. Inter ment la St. Stanislaus Cemetery PETERS On January 31, 1965. EMMA SIRASSER HALL FEVERS (nee uurney), of 1407 aough street, be loved wife of Hirry Lee peters and devoted mother of Mrs. Lena Mitchell. Mrs. Albnrta Dwirkow ski, Mrs. Ethel Jugo, Mrs. Mary Bell, Mrs. uoria Unrig, and Wll llam J. Hall. 2e Funeral from John J. Cowan & Son, Inc., Hollins and Popple- ton streets, on Wednesday at P.M. Interment In Glen Haven cemetery. VlBltlng hours i to 9 P.M. PETRECCA On January 30, 1965; NANCY F. of 227 South Robinson street, he loved daunhter of Luria R. Petrec-ra (nee Pugllese), snd devoted sis ter oi Messrs. Joseph, Angelo Nicholas A Michael Petrecca. Mrs Rose Lewis, Mrs. Ann Jankowlak. Mis. Mary Rosa and Mrs. Delores Bvte , Funeral from the Frank Delia Noce Funeral Chapel. 322 South High street on Thursday st 8.15 A.M., Solemn Requiem High Mass from our Ladv of Fompel church st 9 A.M. Interment, in Holy Re deemer Cemetery. Visiting Hours i tu s ana i tu w r.M. PRICE Suddenly, on January 28. 1965 MELVIN A., of 416 North Chester street, beloved hushand of Anna Marie Price (nee Rogers), father of Patricia Price, brother of Messrs, Owen H., John G. and Aiicene T. I'rice. le Funeral at the Schlmunek Fun eral Home, 2601-03-05 E, Madison street, on Monday at 10 A M. Interment Holy Redeemer Cemetery. visiting hours 2 to 9 rM. RAFFERTY Suddenly, on January 29. 1965. ROGER W., of 211 W. Rivervlew road, Brooklyn Park, beloved husband of Dorothy Stewart Rafferty and devoted lather or Joseph, Paul, Margaret, Lee, Wayne and Cindy Rafferty. le Services at the McCully Funeral Home, Patapsco avenue and Third street, Brooklyn, on Tuesday at 8 15 A.M. Requiem Mass at St. Rose or Lima cnurcn at 9 A.M. inter ment In Baltimore National Ceme tery. Family will receive friends irom 2 until g p.m. RAU On January 29, 1965. NETTIE (nee hauter). beloved wife nf the late Raymond Rau, and devoted mother of Mrs. Naomi Reynolds. Mrs. Mildred Schmltt. snd Mrs Lorraine Helm; slso survived by one brother and four grandchildren, le Services from her Iste residence 1114 South Conkllng street, on Monday at 1 P.M. Interment In Oaklewn Cemetery. RIDGE Suddenly on January 30, 1965, WILLIAM L.. of 1736 Llsht street. beloved husband of Anna Lulte Ridge and devoted father of seven children. 3e Services at the McCully Funeral Home, 130 East Fort avenue on Wednesday at 1 P.M. Interment In Baltimore ' National Cemetery. Family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 F.M. ROTH On January 31, 1965, HORTENSE GUSSIE tnee Bremker), at her home, 4002 Mortimer avenue, beloved wife of Albert P. Roth, loving mother of Frances B. and Albert P. Roth, Jr. 4e Funeral form the funeral home of C. Vernon Lemmon, 4611, Park Heights avenue, on Thursday at 9.30 A.M. Requiem High Mass in St. Ambrose Church at 10 A.M. Interment in Druid Ridge Cemetery, Hours 3 to 5 and 7 to 9.30 P.M. Private parking in rear. (Enter Sumter avenue at 4514 Plmlieo road.) RUSSELL On January 29, 1965, CLAUDE T., of Castle Moor road, beloved husband of Esther R. (nee Manning) and devoted father of Claudette Butler, Mary Fenyes, Sandra and Ricky Russell, brother of Thomas' Russell and Evelyn DIVona of Pl&infield. New Jersey; also survived by four grandchildren, 2e service win ne neia at the Jessie Gelg'.e Funeral Home, Third and MacClay streets, Harrlfburg Pennsylvania, on Tuesday at P.M. Friends may cail Monde at the funeral home between and 8 30 P-M. RUSSELL Pickering Lodee No. 146 A F A A M announces with regret the passing or our late brother, CLAUDE F, RUSSELL, and extends their deep est sympathy to his family. Ma sonic service will be conducted bv Perseverance Lodge No. 21, F A.M. at the Gcicie Funeral Home Karrlsburg, Pa., Monday, February l, lt3 St 0.3(1 P.M. - B. PRICE BARNCORD, JR., le Worshipful Master. SAUERS On January 30. 1965, GEORGE W of 1900 Wllhelm avenue, beloved husband of Lillian E. (nee Car-oles), and devoted father of Mrs. Emma L. Koester, Mrs. Mary Helen Flaugher, and Charles f. sauers. 28 Funeral from the Lassahn Fu neral Home, 7401 Belair road, on Tuesday at 2.30 P.M. Interment In Gardens of Faith Cemetery Visiting hours from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. SAUERS Highland Lodge No. 184. A F. & A.M., announces wi-,h deep regret the death of our late brother, GEORGE W. SAUERS. The brethren are requested to attend Ma sonic memorial services at the Lassahn Funeral Home, 7401 Belair road, on Monday evening at 7.30 p.m. ie ' WILBUR GRAHAM, . Worshipful Master. SALTER On January 31. 1965. ROBERT H. of 619 South Macon street, beloved nusoana or Marearet a. sauter. nee Hartner, devoted father of Mrs. Anne Gallagher, and grand- latner or nancy a. Gallagher. 3d Services from the Charles R Zeller Funeral Home, 6224 Eastern Bvcuuo on weunesaay at li ajw Interment In Parkwood Cemetery, visiting nours 2 untu P.M. SCHETLICH On January 30. 1965, HERMAN, of 1101 W. Baltimore street, be loved son of the late Frederick B. and Dora R. 6chetllch (nee Kaaoe). 2 Friends may call at The G Howard Strong Funeral Home, 3207 West North avenue, at Hilton street, on Sunday and Monday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Serv ices on Tuesday at 11 A M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. SCHEMMEL On January 28, 1965. BERNARD C. of 28 Greenwood avenue, beloved husband of the late Clara Noark Schemmel, father of Joseph F. Schemmel. Mrs. Julia Payne and Korjerx bcnemmei. ie Prayers will be at the Lassahn Funeral Home. 7401 Belair road, on Monday at 8 30 A.M. Requiem high msss will be at St. Michael's Church, Overlea, st 9 A M. Interment In Parkwood Cemetery. Fam. lly request visiting 2 to 9 P.M da II v. SCHETLICH The Maryland Chapter, Telephone Pioneers of America, announces with deep regTet the death of one or our retired member, HERMAN SCHETLICH. His many friends mourn his passing from their midst. 2a SCHWART3TVMV On January 30. 1965, GOIJ3TE, be. loved wife of Phllln Srhwartzman of 3S05 Clarke lane, devoted mother of Elmer J., Stanley and Irving Srhwartzman. beloved sister of Julius snd Benjamin Felnberg. Mrs. Esther Plttle, of Baltimore; Mrs. Ethel Ttirker, of Vinelend, N J.; Theodore Felnbre, of Boston, Mass., snd the late Herman Felnberg. Also survived by five grandchildren, le Services at Pol Levlnson & Bros. Home. 6010 Reisterstown road 1st Pinkneyi. on Monday. February 1. at 10 AM (Enter parking courts throtiEh Pinkney roadi. Interment In Fr-brew Friendship Cemterv. 36O0 East Baltimore street. Please omit flowers In mourning at 3 '9 Labvrinth road Friends miv call st chapel Saturday and Sunday evenings, 7 to 9 P-M. i DIATHI lAtrll (J) The Summit Country Cluh rleeplv rei-rels the pnsMng of not, nil': SCHWAR 17.MAV mother of oill member Irvm rVhwriimn 1 ALI.KCK. HE'-N ('!, President RFIRERT On Janua-y 30 1'i65, CRF.T. P.. of 3IY Soillh F'lwond svenun, beloved daughter of the late Daniel D. and Nellie B. iHelhert (nee Ionm snd beloved aunt of Georgette Fck snd Mary Fllen Paul. la Funeral services and Interment privhle. Memorial contributions msy be made to the cancer fund. SEIROID On January 30, 1965, FRANCIS XAVIfcR, of 114 West Joppa road. Towson, rxloved hurhand of Anne B. Si'lbold i pee Schultz), and beloved father of Gregory and Michael Kelbold, snd brother of Mr. Charles A.. William F., and Thomas J Kelbold, and Mrs Louise Feustle and Mra. Beatrice Wilson. Funeral from the Brooks Funeral Home, 622 York road, Towson on Tuesday at 8,30 AM Requiem Mass at. Immaeulate Con-replion Church. Towson st 9 A M Interment In Oreenmnunt Ceme. tery. Visiting hours 3 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. SF'POtrt Members of The Holy Nstne Society of Immaculate Conception Church are rerineatpd to meet, st The Brooks Funeral Home, Monday evening, 7 30 PM., to rerite the rosary for FRANCIS X SEIBOLD. le SMITH On January 31. 1965, Wn.I.TAM A of 911 Soulh Highland avenue, he. loved husband of Katie, (nee long) devoted father of Me'dames Edna Brooks. Irene Arnold. Thelms Mallonee. Helen Copeland. Ruth Joska. Catherine Fporney and Messrs. William H. snd Albert C Smith. 4 Services from the Charles a Zeller Funeral Home. 901 South CoiiVling street (at Hudson atreeti on Thursday at 8.15 A.M. Requiem High Muss at St. Brlcid'a Churrh at 9 A.M. Interment In Onk Lawn Cemetery. Visiting hours 2 until 9 P.M, SMITH On January 30. 1965. WILMER W., of 1124 Cleveland street, be loved son of the late William and Cecil Smith and devoted brother of Jesse E. Smith and Mrs. Helen Beverleln. 2e Funeral from John J. Cownn Son.. Inc. Hollins and Poppleton streets, on Wednesday at 11 AM Interment In Loudon Park Ceme tery. Visiting hours 2 to 9 PM SMITH On January 29. 1965. FVFLYN J fnee Rtnehart), of lint) DeMarcev Way, beloved daunhter of Sarah and the late Frank Rinehart 1 Funeral services from the Walter Dahrowskl Funeral Home. inof. Dundalk avenue (at O'Donnell street), on Monday at 1 P.M. In ferment In Baltimore National Cemetery, Friends msy call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P M, SPRINKLE On January !, 195. RAYMOND F age 78 years, of 3522 Rolsnd avenue, husband of the late Saruh Z. Sprinkle and beloved father of Irma I. Shay and Vernon H Sprinkle. Ie Funeral from the Bureee Funeral Home. 3631 Falls road, on Tuesdav, February 2, st 10 30 A M Interment In Ft. Mary's Cemetery Hampden. The family requests friends call between 2 and 4 VM and 7 and 9 P.M. STAVROS On January 29. 1965. CHARLE3 J.. of 3534 Chesterfield avenue, beloved husband of Jennie Stavros (nee Lehrl. father nf Mrs. Kather-Ine R. Qusde. Messrs. Paul C. snd George C. Stavros. le Funeral at the Schlmunek Funeral Home. Inc., 3331 Brehnit Lane at Mannasota and Frdman avenues. On Mondsy at 1 P.M. Interment In Moreland Memorial Park. Visiting hours. 10 A M. to 9 P.M. (Parking In rear.) STEFFEN On January. 30, 1965, ROBERT F. O., of 1007 Frederick road, Elll-cott city, beloved husband of Frieda Steffen, and father of Frltze, Hans, and Use Steffen. Services at MacNabb Ai Son. SOI Frederick road (t the Beltwsv Exit 1"), Catonsville, on Tuesdav at 10 30 A M. Interment In Good Shepherd Cemeterv. Visiting hours d until 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. 2a STEWART On January 20. 1365. BESSIE FISHACH. of the Presbvterlan Home of Maryland, beloved wife of the late David B Stewart le Funeral from the Mitehell Home, lmo Futaw place, on Tuesday at 130 PM. Interment In Loudon Park Cemetery. STREETT On January 2, 1V5, IRENE D. (nee Meyers), of R.303 Loch Raven boulevard, beloved wt'e of the latp T. Armour Street t, devoted sister of Mrs. Fred Pollhammer, Sr., and Mr. Harry Meyers le Services from the Leonard J Ruck Funeral Home. Inc.. 5305 Harford road tat Echodale avenue) on Monday at II AM. Interment Druid Ridse Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. on Saturday and Sunday SVLLrVAV Suddenly, on January 31. 1965 FRANK J., JR. of 1506 Medford road, beloved son of Frank J. and the late Anna Flavin Sullivan, devoted nephew of Loretta B. and Margaret M. F'avtn. 4e Servlres at Henry W. Jenkins Pons Co., 4905 York road, on Thursday, at 8 30 A M Requiem Hieh Mass at St. Ann s Church at 9 A M Interment New Cathedral Cemetery. Friends mav call Mon day, 7 to 9 P.M.. and Tuesday and Wednesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 PJJ SZCZVKOWSKI (FRF.FZ) Suddenly on January 30, 1965. THOMAS J., beloved husband of Mary (nee Bernhart), of Box 539-25 Sharon drive, Glen Arm, Md., and devoted father of Thomas J Szczukowskl and brother of Mrs Elizabeth Prlet. 2e Funeral from William Flalkowski Funeral Home. 2009 Eastern ave. nue, on Wednesday st 9 30 A M Requiem High Mass in St. Pat rick's Church at 10 A.M. Interment In Holy Cross Cemetery. TAYLOR On January 28. 1P65. at her home, 504 Orknev road. LAURA M. (nee James), beloved wife of the late Albert H. Taylor and devoted mother of Arthur W. Taylor, Mrs Evelyn L. Warvel, Herbert L. Taylor, of West Palm Beach, Fla., ano murance A. laylor. Also sur vived by eight grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. 1 Funeral services will be held at William J. Tickner it 6ons, North and Pennsylvania avenues, on Monday, February 1. 1965, at 2 P.M. Interment in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Friends mav call dally from 2 to S and 7 to 9 P.M. THAYER On January 28. 1965, GRACE H. (nee Haines), of 1313 West Cold-spring lane, widow of Ernest E Thayer and sister of Margaret H Strayer. le Funeral from the Burgee Funeral Home. 3631 Falls rond. on Mondav. February 1, at 10 A M Interment In Meadow Brnnrh Cemetery, Carroll County. The family requests friends call between 2 and S P.M. and 7 and 9 P.M. TROTT4 On January ?o, 195. LIBER ATO. of 1543 Sheffield road, beloved husband of Essie C. Trotta (nee Franham), and beloved father of Mrs. Alello. Mrs. Rose Selman, Mrs. Lillian Wlldstln, Mrs. Eva Mitchmen; also survived by fif teen grandchildren and tweivei great-grandrhlidren. 3e Funeral from Liliy A Zeller. Inc. ! Funeral Home, 700 South Conkllng! street (entrance on Foster ave- nue). Due notice. FYiends may csll from 2 to 9 P.M. I VANCE ' On Janusry 29. 1965. FMA5A. of 3554 Helmstetter street, beloved daughter of th late Eliza Mf-Mirhael and John Var.ce; devoted eister of Mrs Anna Lowman and Mrs. Bertha Oherl!ej, and devoted cousin of Mrs. Emily Green Services at the McCully Funeral Home, Patapsco avenue, st Third street. Brooklyn, on Monday t 1 P M. Interment in Cedar HUi Gemeterv. Fsmt'y wiil receive biecds 3 to 9 Fif, le i MATH LENA (nes Ariholti. of M(H) i.ltiertv ltrnl. beloved wife of Daniel C Walter, jlevoted toothei ot Verne W. Wanner and I'Rlma O. Fnun talne, 2e Family will receive friends In the luring Hvers Chapel, 87.'K I lb env road, dnllv 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P M , w here services will he held on Tuesday st 1 30 P M. interment lit Lake View Memorial Psik, WEnn Suddenly en January 29. 1965 LORRAINE W. (nre Woodward) of 44 WenBate road, Owlngs Mills, beloved wile of Thomas R. Webb and beloved daughter of Helen A. and the lute George A. Woodward Funeral from the Elinn Funeral Home, 10 Main street. Renters-town, on Tuednv at 10 AM, Interment In Baltimore National Cemetery. Frlenda may call from 3 to J and 7 to 9 F M. 2 WE1GAM1 On January 30. 1965, FRANCIS A., of Pasndent, Md , beloved husband of Mary Fllen Weluand (nee Mann), and devoted father of Mrs Franres Irene Harding, and Mrs. Faith Marie Martlndale, le Prayers will be held at the Be-yerna Park Funeral Home of Robert H. Bansnco, Ritchie highway, st Marevs Corner, on Tuesdsy st 10 A M. Interment In Olen Hsven Cemetery. By request visiting hours 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. WFlSSFFtn On January 30, 1965, BEATRICE P.. beloved wife nf Benjamin L. Welsa-feld, devoted mother of Charles Weissfeld, beloved daughter of Jacob A. and the late Dora Pleet; alster of Emmanuel J. Pleet. Is Servlres at Sol Levlnson As Bros Home, 6010 Reisterstown rod (at Plnknevi on Sunday, January 31, st 130 PM (Filter parking court thronth Plnknev road). Interment In Shaarel Zlon Congregation Cemeterv. Rosedale. In lieu of flowers family requests contributions be marie to the Jewish Convalescence Home. 4601 Pall Mall road 1 In mourning st the Temple Garden Apartments, Apartment 313, Madison avenue and Clover-dale road. It WFISSFELIt Shaarel Zlon Congregation notes with deep sorrow the passing of BEATRICE P. WEIS3FKLD, be. loved dauchter of our past presl dent. Jacob A. Pleet, and extends deepfelt condolences to the fam ny. is DR. ISRAEL TABAK, Rabbi. JACOB A. RASHBAUM. Chairman Board of Directors. WFISSMW On January SI. 1965. CELIA (nee Dobrotskvi. of 3407 Ludeate road beloved wife of the late Malr Welshman, mother of Messrs Frank snd Herman Welssman. of Baltimore. Mra. Harry M. Cohen of Washington DC, the late Mor rls snd Hnrry Welssman and ets'er of Mrs. Ada Silverateln of New Haven. Conn. Also survived bv 5 grandchildren and T great grand children. Arransemenu by Pvlvan 8 Lewi At Son. Services at the Ellsworth Armacost Funeral Chapel, (narklni area v entrance in rear) 460O Lib ertv HelRhta avenue, on Monday at 2 P.M. interment The United He brew Cemetery Com. Progressive Rodomer Vereln Rosedale. Klndlv omtt flowers. In mourning at 3407 Ludgate road. WF1SSMAV The Golden Rule Guild for Mental Aid. deeply reerets the passing of CEI.IA WEISSMAN. beloved moth er-in-law of our president, Mrs Herman Welssman le MRS. HARVEY NICHOI8. Vice-president. HHtLFY On Janusry 31. 1965. at Summit N.J.. REV. JAMES OLIVI.R, be loved husband of the late Mary V Whalev inee Spurrier), and de vo'ed father of Mrs. William P Cleaver, of Cranford, NJ.. and the late Kambleton Oliver Whs ley, and grandfather of Miss June p. Cleaver. 3 Friends msy call at William J Tickner & Sons. North and Penn fvlvama avenuea, after 11 A.M Tuesday. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday at 1 PM Interment in Loudon Park Ceme tery. WHITCRAFT On January 31, 1965, H. A. (Oral of Harris Mill road. Parkton, Md beloved husband of Edna Whit crr.lt (bee Matthews), and be loved father of M's. Mavnard C Hflloek, Carl L. Whltcraft, Richard C. Whltcraft and Mra. James P. Moore. 2e Funeral servlres win be held on Wednesday, February S a 10 30 A M. from HartenBtein Mort uarv. NfW Freedom. Pa. Interment In West llhertv Cemetery, White Hall, Md. Friends may call at the niortuarv, Tuesday from 3 to and 7 to 9 P M. WISMFWSKI On January 28. 1965. WILLIAM L.. of 402 Shamrock avenue, beloved husband of Carolyn Wlsnlrws.ki (nee Rebbert). father of Kim Marie Wlsnlewskl: brother of Mrs Adele Bowers. Messrs. Marlon, Stanley and Thomas Wlsnlewskl. Funeral at Schlmunek Funeral Home, Inc., 3331 Brehm lane st Mannasota and Erdman avenuea. on Monday at 8 A.M. Requiem High Mass at Holy Rosary Church at 9 AM. Interment In Holy Rosary Cemetery. Parking Id rear. le WOLF Suddenly on January 29, 1965 CHRISTIAN G. (Chrisl, of 438 North Clinton street, beloved hus band of Elizabeth M. (nee Tobolll beloved father of Hmrlatta E Ludtke. devoted grandfather of Dborah Carol Ludtke. z Funeral will be from the Las. sahn Funeral Home, 7401 Belair road, on Tuesday at 11 A.M. In terment In Parkwood Cemetery WOI.F The Brewery Workers Local Union No. 10 regrets to announce the passing of their beloved brother CiUUBTlAN o. (inrisj won. i JAMES J. WARD, Business Representative. ZAETZ Suddenly, on January 39. 1965 MARY B. (nee Bohonas), of 1200 Cooksle street, beloved wife of Michael Zaet., end beloved mother of Messrs. Michael, Stephen William Zaetz, and Mrs. Maria Garltee. 2e Funeral from the Charles L. Stevens Funeral Home, Inc., 1501 East Fort avenue, on Tuesdav st SAM. Churrh services at Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Independent Church, 1725 East Fair-mount avenue, at 10 A M. Interment In Holy Cross Cemetery. Family respectfully requests view, lng from 2 to 9 Pill. ZEPP On January 31, 1965. HOWARD G., of 414 Old Trail, beloved husband of Elizabeth E., (nee God-man), devoted father of Mrs. Diane Zepp Gsston, grandfather of Tod D. and Renee D. Gaston. Services from Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home, Inc., 6305 Harford road (at Echodale), on Wednesday at 2.30 PM. Interment In Moreland Memorial Park. Friends may call on Monday from 7 until 9 P.M., and on Tuesday from 2 until 5 and 7 until 9 P-M. 3e ZE1LER On Janusry 29. 1965, CATHERINE (nee Siebenhaari, of Long Green Valley. Md., beloved wife of the la'e Charles O. Zeller. 2s Funeral at, Lilly Ai Zeller. Inc.. Funeral Home 700 S. Conkllng street (entrance on Foster ave nue , on Tuesday, February 2. 1965. at 10.30 AM. A Solemn Requiem Mass will be offered by her on Rey. Matthias J. Zeller C. S. S. R. at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church st 11 AM. Interment In Sacred Heart Cemetery. Expre$ lour uMSympatby l&fi Flowers from J. J. Cummings SONS 1123 W. Baltimore Sf. Phone Plaza 2 1374 5 6 OIATMf (3) Trrm ' The Ladl of Charity of Hncr4 Heart Parte, regret (he loss of our member, CATHERINE. We will rente the rnssry on Monday si. 3 PM at tlm Lilly As ZrHsr Funeral Hone. 1 CHRISTINK ZETLER, President IOST AND FOUND ( FoVntY fll ,n iFh 1 1 reSTii o w n Tnal i"3ei . about 2 yr. old wireen eoilar. W'll nnr!e AreSjyA, f-lfisf), fill ACKI. lis- 2 I'licTwlih sever STstn. rbarmo. Lost in eb , vie dntown Frl. Hrntln.en'al vslus. Reward. 8A 7-l?34 pt , flU7 , CTllHUAIIlJA Fswn. male. wiVlns Pink collar '61 tan. 'I'eppyi U,t 'li!!'ia!tJSX''in'wurLJ!!a:l!Dlt - CoLTlE TYPE IXKl-wTit. Ac brown. In. i vie, Pttlerkon Tsrk. Kcusrd. ZK. 7-470, COt.UK- blU Ai'"brown. lest ii Jitl!llk.. srfa.RewsrjL 2H2-359A Dot! li eddish bron, medium an. to Mike or Michael, lost vie. Belvedere A: Woodbourne Aves. Re- .iLIDJL. ,, r DOtf Collie pun. tan . slit. Tan cop lC4L't pundslk, 2M-M8. FOX IKflfilKH Win,, female Eos! vtc, CliinmiHiUn PklJewi435.5f).tH, RiNO Diamond jmjer, has 3 imsil fliMmondi. Lost. Rl. 7-2971. ... WEDDINO BAND Encircled by square rut diamonds. Lost, Liberal re nrdj. njl-()7Jifi. Wklf?r WATCH -Lan' diamond FU sin lost vie, 0m, fislto. Nat l. Plk. Reward 4B5.3Sal, LOST Green Tooihoj. Pruld Hill UIOOm, RmiJ. III. 4-0754. SPICIAL NOTICIS (?) "TITPfloTTERiNcTA filircoTiRT- All ivppf uphol. A msterlsl. Kit chairs. 4 00, I t eredltjjntti, 635-1820, CrMOl.STinUNO Ail types kit. rhsirfc CUbTOM DKAPLHIK8 Made er r made op rphnpd tin i.lfcns ftoAKg BLlPCOEfia to'ordtr. From ntnlrcr In vr.ii r-tl l.ttlnt SLiPCOVEFSYour nTt'rrtel er curs. mi m e;e-n. he a-.'im SHAM YOU CAH (10) "ATfTTriveri Llf.Bonrlrd Insured AUTO DELIVERY Co. TO OR FROM ANY CITY. TJ.B.A. 752-7278 sFr,rrsJN all major cmis TtiWEIt nun nitcn Btn-re' ica HOfcHSLlA M,TO llP.M.rYERXpAj ftUlTJSUEl.IVl.RKn To or from anywhere ArTO DRIVEWAY CO. 9S4-SS58 RIDE WASTED -Trolr, Clatridse Rd. Edmondson Hgts. to vie. of Cathedral A-Prest on st. 747-23J5. SA, 7-0 s. O-lJitnfc. KREfc OAS rAID. iGUAbl rtyiFS r s a FPV5421 PERSONAl (11) I W ILL NOT b retoonnlbl for snv dht unless comrsued by anvielf. unleM contracted b invseif. RONALD CARROLL VAI.AND OLD COURT RD . POX 60 WOODSTOCKMn I WILL NOT EE responsible for any debit. :i!es cm'rsr'ed br myself. tTIEVFN J HFPH SPINE. iW BROOK AVE. A BETTER JOB AT LOWER COST FOR MODERN BATHROOMS PAINTING CARPENTRY CLUB ROOMS KrTCHFNS PAPFRING pooprNo CEMhJv' TING All Work Guaranteed NOTHING DOWN FIRST PAYMFVT APRIL FREE ESTIMATE CALL DAY, NITW. KHM. LA. 3-0780 GENERAL CONTRACTING CO. rn?i losses adjusted SA?E$ OX WINTER PRICES JANUARY & FEBRUARY CLT'FROOM PORCHTS BATHROOMS KITCHENS roopino srniso ENCLOSURES Everything from Roof to Cellar NO MONTY DOWN IOW MONTHLY PAYMENT! NO PAYMENTS TU. MAY tl CONTINENTAL HOME IMPROVEMENT SOS W. COLD SPFINQ LANS SINCE 1930 889-1322 BJt? -1274 I.TS7S Kites BSmTj' rPRovrwrvYft-ALL TttrJ Jinri.tir AT.a l iUFI .or We Do Our Own Work st Low Cost Gn snd Oil Heat Free Ftt F H A Rir-k V-nanM,- Call An r T'ire Mr P e : d, WI 7-l PAFERHANGING, $10 up PAINTING PLASTERrVO TE 1 r 40 Mfl msii OFNKRAL PRINTING Invitation." Dimness rrc, imprlntme. nam-rhieti. letterheidi tu rut Pt., Inc CL 4 S400. PAFhRHANOTN'O br 61 ts per rm. if. Oil Pntr.nt ervrm CJL rAHEH HANGING RtASON'A iiniS PRICK. PREB estimates Prom Improvements RIFXTSS"" Additions, club cI!arl. norch Lii-enscd roniractorn. 6r5-7JJ HAVES HOME lMPMvrMrvfr?r- ALL TYPES OP REMODEL IXO. , CLvnRM S, r ADDrno Nfl i 4 4-4910, (JfcKAMIC TILE BsthroemiyinTl. anh!t. NO HSa FREE Fill dirt. Accm ofSb.OOO" vd. Loc. Ho.sblrd ADundtik Ave. Dun-hail Ant? 633-;?h2. FOR MOVING OR RAtlINO of ill kinds, cail 32-fel64. ask for Towtv "tin Pnimlas ROOFING Hot cost. i:o. Gutters, DoansDotits, Shinglt Roofs. IFE yORICI.E 733-041 Motets PA1SED Beams replaca. . C!lar installed. Call HA. 6-07E4 WALL SCRAP IN O iT sj UD. Aie raintlnc, Ca; BE. 5-091. CARPENTRY Home recurs, honesty. Earnlnf lirjES. CH. 3-4453 " CAHPENTFR WORK-riniii H Reacln.JBEJ-27olCHJJ-J72;5: PAINTLNC 20 discount In winter, lit U a wort, free est, 48-08 9 1 PAINTING Interior At exterior. ' tery read H .Tnhn TTT Q.?10 "Wallpaper removed by" flffiAM Harry Arlams 467-RO'it f LA TE KINO Patch vork specialty. Carl Sons. 542-aHn "UkkcklnO HAUUNO Basement ns t"r r:eanej FA 7-7SRS HOMB REPAIH8 Any kind, reason: .. able. fr estimate. B42.7fins PAINTING Residential. In or otTT ;i vrs. exr WI 5-53 7 CEILINGS TILED 8 by 12 rm. 1't installed. Psnellnf. BOOKKEEPING &z PAYROLL SeryTre. income TAXES prepared. OL 5-64KD PAINTING Inside, outside. IS rrs. exo very reas v- -4-na COUPLETS HOWE RtUnnH.fMrt-' fastern Contracting. 6S7-330O. S8S-7807 ROOFING Hot tar & pitches. Also poutlr. 5 & UP. CH 3-077JJ kOOFINO SPOUTINO AFC ROOFTNO ti i fP WI 7-111 WANTS FUMniREWAIiTEl) HIGHEST CASH PAID Dining Rooms Bedrooms Refrigerators Odd Pieces Call Answered In 30 Minute Friedman MU. 5-5370 MUST IIAYE USED FURNITURE IMMEDIATELY HIGHEST PRICES PATn LE. 9 9342 LE. 9-9342 MR. CALLAHAN NO. 9-5539 WILL BUY furniture, snHoue, jewelry. suveroiste, pisnos. msrbie too ftirn Complete household and estate. Kites and Sur.davs. FL 8-250 MR. ROGERS, MU. 5-1330 WE PAY CASH AT ONCE FOR PEFRIO PUFN., RANGES TOR APT3. 2020 N. CHARLE3 CALL BR. 6-4S37 ,TO nrLL Purn Ru?s. China. Silver, Jewelry. G'ms. Antiques Mr. Lee. ' S-1 3 3 t Monum ent. Ci anyti-ne, t BUY TORNITURE Antiques TV j Glassware. Call RO. 4-1642. Eft. ! HIGHEST PRICES PAlft TOR otd" o'i. Pismords, Jewelry. 0"!d eo'iis. D.'.Vin KQMIN3 210 W. SARATOGA ' REPRIOLRATORS Turnlture. TV's PIANOS FOR APTS. CASH AT ONCE Mr R. 1731 N. Cer:e5 PL. Z-Qa : 4 CASH FOR BEDROC:.fS DiMNG, ! LIVING ROM REFHTGS.. WASH- FTS- RANGES- TV's. BR. S-31PB Qorri iivc- jew;ry. bought. TO? PFICE8. Carl PchoriiUlW. Sarstocs PIANOS WANTED CB-h nv.d. Pnor.e i Pu! anvtime. jI,.2-22()n PIANOS t FUHM. H ch prices. Call i Uoki Zalls. VE. 7-0849.

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