The Kansas City Times from Kansas City, Missouri on February 14, 1972 · Page 23
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Kansas City, Missouri
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Monday, February 14, 1972
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A Deaths \ Gelder V. Lewis Gclder Vincent Lewis, 62, of 1008 W. 93rd, president of the American Fire Sprinkler Company, died yesterday at St. Luke's Hospital. He was a lifelong Kansas City resident. Mr. Lewis was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church. He was a Mason, a member of the Ararat Shrine and past president of the Shrine Patrol. He was a member of the Kansas City Club and past pres- iti Publisher of Kirksville Newspaper Dies at 89 Kirksville, Mo. (AP)~Edward Everett Swain, Sr., publisher of the Kirksville Daily Express and News, died just before midnight Saturday at a Kirksville hospital. He was 89. Services for Swain are scheduled tomorrow at the First Baptist Church. He had been in poor health since 1967. He is survived by two sons, Edward E. Swain, Jr., Kirksville; Harrison R. Swain, St. Petersburg, Fla.; two daughters, Mrs. Gerald Kneeland, Kirksville, end Mrs. David Freeman, St. Louis, 12 grandchildren and M 20 great-grandchildren. Swain had worked for several newspapers and the Associated Press before moving to Kirksville in 1909 He and Walter Ridgway purchased the Kirksville Daily Express that year and Swain bought complete interest in 1911. Swain was active in the Missouri Press Association and the State Historical Society in addition to being a member of the board of regents of Northeast Missouri State College in Kirksville. GELDER V. LEWIS ident of the Plumbing, Heating and Cooling Contractors of America. He was graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia and had attended the Wentworth Junior College. Mr. Lewis was a veteran of World War II and served with the Marine Corps in the South Pacific. He leaves his w-ife, Mrs. Lillian Elaine Lewis of the home; two sons, Gelder William Lewis, Kaneohe Hawraii, and Jim D. Lewis, 5230 W. 87th, Prairie Village; a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Hires,; South Bend, Ind.; a brother, Ed-! ward J. Lewis, 12500 Mission Road, Leawood; two sisters, Mrs.! Elizabeth Lang, Evanston, 111., and Mrs. Veramina Houston, 1015 W. i 69th Terrace, and 10 grandchildren. Services will be at. 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Newcomer Brush Creek Chapel; burial in Mount Moriah Cemetery. Friends may i call from 7 to 9 p.m. tonight at; the chapel. The family suggests contributions to the Shriner Children’s Hospitals or the American Cancer Society. MRS. DORA HEBRANK Mrs. Dora Hebrank, 86 , of 128 5. Bellaire, died Friday at a nursing home at 435 Gladstone. She \ Additional Deaths On Page 5C was born In Bushong, Kan., and lived here most of her life. She was a piast matron of the Order of the Eastern Star. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Rosemarie Griever, Golden City, Mo., and Mrs. Louis Robertson of the I home; a grandchild and four; great-grandchildren. Services will be 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Methodist Church, Council Grove, | Kan., graveside services in Green-; wood Cemetery, Council Grove. MRS. HAZEL I. MILLER Mrs. Hazel I. Miller, 55; of 323 [ S. 10th, Kansas City, Kansas, died Saturday at Bethany Medical Center. She was born in Stockton, Mo., and had lived in Kansas City, Kansas, most of her life. She leaves two brothers, Olin P. Wil-! kins, 381 S. B a 1 1 i m o r e , and Charles O. WTilkins, 272 S. Coy; a sister, Mrs. Minnie Cutburth, Porterville, Calif., and a half brother, ■ Dewey Stratton, Porterville. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at the i Butler Chapel, 22 S. 18th, Kansas ! City, Kansas; burial in Highland Park Cemetery. JEROME M. SHEEHAN Jerome M. Sheehan, 67, of 1022 i Hasbrook, Kansas City, Kansas, died Saturday at St. Mary’s Hospital. He was a lifelong Kansas City, Kansas, resident. Mr. Sheehan retired last year as a chief clerk at the Rock Island Railroad. He was a member of St. Thomas Catholic Church and the St. Vincent De Paul Society. He was a member of the Bishop Mrege council of the Knights of Columbus. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Florence E. Sheehan of the home; a son, Michael J. Sheehan, Kansas City; a broth-' er, Patrick F. Sheehan, 1134 Custer, and a granddaughter. Serv-, ices will be at. 9 a.m. Tuesday at the Butler Chapel, 22 S. isth, Kansas City, Kansas, and at 9:30 am. at the church; burial in Mount Calvary Cemetery. The rosary will be said at 8 p.m. tonight at the chapel, where friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. tonight. HARRY I. SIEGELBAUM Harry I. Siegelbaum, 7.3 of 80221 Charlotte, died yesterday at Menorah Medical Center. He was bom in Poland and had lived here 48 years. Mr. Siegelbaum retired in 1970 as manager of the grocery department at Parkview drug store, Armour and Broadway. He owned the Blackstone Food Center, ninth and Holmes,! from 1948 to 1962. Mr. Siegelbaum was a member of the Heroine Masonic Lodge; the Scottish Rite, and the Ararat Shrine. He was a member of Congregation Beth Shalom and B’nai B’rith. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Clara Siegelbaum of th 3 home; three sons, Marvin Sebert, 6000 W. 94th Terrace, Overland Park; Donald Sebert. 7625 W. 100th Place, Overland Fark, and William Stuart, Düsseldorf, Germany; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Roberta Gorelick, 5908 W. 101st Place, Overland Park, and Mrs. Shirley Emstein, Chesterfield, Mo.; his mother, Mrs. Jennie Siegelbaum, 7801 Holmes; three brothers, Dr. William K. Sebert, 710 E. 71st Terrace; Sam Siegelbaum, Hammonton, N.J., and David Siegelbaum. Portland, Ore.,! and 12 grandchildren. The family requests no flowers and suggests j contributions to the synagogue building fund or the American Medical Center, Denver. MRS. GIORGIA TULIPANO Mrs. Giorgia TuJipano, 81, of 7201 Choctaw Drive, Independence, died yesterday at St. Joseph Hospital. She was horn in Ragusa, Italy, and had lived here 59 years. She was a member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Josephine Costanza of the home; three sisters, Mrs. Clara Ross, 340 Garfield; Mrs. Rosina Distefano, Uruguay, and Mrs. Jennie Mazza, Marseilles, France; five grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the church; burial in Mount St. Mary’s Cemetery. The rosary will be said at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Passantino Chapel, where friends may call after 7 p.m. tonight. MRS. ALVA L. WEST Mrs. Alva Lavinah West, 82, of 7542 Locust, died Saturday at the home. She was born in Higgins* ville, Mo., and had lived here 46 years. She was a member of the Swope Park Baptist Church. She leaves two sons, Franklin West, 107 W. 91st, and Herbert C. West, Jr., Pittsburg, Kan.; two daughters, Mrs. Helen Grimmett, Oklahoma City, and Mrs. Virginia Ferguson of the home; two brothers, Webb Youngs and Joseph Youngs, both of Downey, Calif.; four sisters, Mrs. Bess Howell, Lexington, Mo.; Mrs. Mayme Morgan, Higginsville; Mrs. Rozine Hamilton and Miss Dorcas Youngs, both of 10907 E. 87th; eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services will be 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Newcomer Brush Creek Chapel; burial in Higginsville Cemetery. Friends may call after 3 p.m. today at the chapel. HENRY W. ZIMMERMAN Henry W. Zimmerman, 76. of 8424 State Line, Leawood, died Saturday at St. Luke’s Hospital. He was born in Enterprise, Kan., and had lived in this area 52 years. Mr Zimmerman was a retired city passenger agent for the Santa Fe Railway. He was a member of the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Zimmerman was a World War I veteran and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He leaves his wife; Mrs. Mary A. Zimimerman of the home; a son, Robert W. Zimmerman, 9111 Outlook, Overland Park; a brother, John Zimmerman. and a sister, Mrs. Josephine Upton, both of Dallas, and two grandsons. Services will be at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at the New­ comer Overland Park Chapel, and at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Mount Hope Cemetery, Topeka. Friends may call after 7 p.m. tonight at the chapel. Pallbearers: Lyman Andersen, Brace Bailey, Bill Baldwin, Eugene Judy, Jake Kistler and Sam Samuelson. Deaths Over Missouri Butler—Mrs. Nora V. Goddard, 82, Johnstown, Mo., died Friday at a nursing home here. She was a lifelong area resident. Mrs. Goddard was a member of the Johnstown Church of Christ. She leaves two sons, Kenneth Goddard, 607 Howard. Lee’s Summit, and Carl Goddard, Topeka; a sister, Mrs. Laura Spears, Butler; six grandchildren and a great-granddaughter. Services will he at 3 p.m. today at the Underwood-St.einbeck Chapel here; burial in the Johnstown Cemetery. Funeral Services Melvin T. Wise, 61, of 6401 E. 133rd, Grandview, at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the George Chapel, Grandview; burial in Mount Moriah Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the chapel. Luxury Apartments Advocate Dies at 89 New York Times News Service New York—Douglas L. Elliman, 89, honorary chairman of ! the real estate company he founded 60 years ago, died yesterday at his home here. Elliman was a leader in arranging the gradual migration of the city’s wealthiest residents from the private mansions that lined Fifth and Madison avenues to the luxury apartment 'houses that sprung up on Park Avenue and points east, such as Sutton Place. He also was an early arvocate of the co-opera- itive type of luxury apartment ownership. NATIONAL GENERAL THEATRES füicíjinsoq T ¡leatrèsf. a £ M9 7500 rniroo OUT & (PG) J J TONITI 8:00 LAST 2 DAYS! HAROLD and MAUDE RUTH GORDON-BUD CORT They were all just hoys. They were all he had. 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