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The Gazette and Daily, York, Pa., Monday Morning, February 13, 1950 29 ANNOUNCEMENTS 61. DEATHS HAYS On Feb. 9, 1950, at 11:55 a.m., at her residence, 715 S. Pershing Ave., Laura E. Hays, wife of Walter B. Hays. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at First Presbyterian church, Market and Queen Sts., Monday' afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Interment in Prospect Hill cemetery. Friends are invited to call at the church Monday from 12 noon until 1:00 o'clock. 61-fl0-3t SHEAFFER On Feb. 10, 1950, at 5:30 p. m. at the home of her son, Clarence Sheaffer, Bermudian, Mrs. Minnie Sheaf-fer, wife of the late Murray W. Sheaffer, aged 75 years, 8 months, 8 days. Relatives and friends are invited to at-: tend the . funeral Tuesday at 2 p. m. at Filey's Lutheran church. - Interment in Filey's cemetery. Friends may call Monday after 7 p. m. at the late home and at the church Tuesday from 1 p. m. until time of funeral. 61-fll-2t FIFE On Feb. 10, 1950, at 9 a. m., at the Columbia Hospital, Elizabeth File, widow of Harry Fife, 940 E. Princess St., York, aged 70 years,. 9 months and 12 clays. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services on Monday at 2 p. m. at the Etzweiler Funeral Home, 1111 E. Market St., York. Interment in Mt. Rose Cemetery. Friends are invited to call at the Etzweiler Funeral Home Sunday evening from 7 to 9. 61-fll-2t TOMPKINS On Feb. 11, 1950, at 10:30 a. m., at the York hospital, Mrs. Linnia Syvilla Strawbridge Tompkins, wife of William C. Tompkins, High Rock RD 1, aged 57 years, 4 months, 29 days. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral at 1 :30 p. m. Wednesday, Feb. 15, from the Burg Funeral home, Red Lion. Interment in Guinston United Presbyterian cemetery. - Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday evening, 7 to 9 o'clock. 61-fl3-2t LEVENS On Feb. 11, 1960, at 1:30 a. m., . at her home, 1716 Berry Hill, Harrisburg, Mrs. Dora. Margaret Leber Levens, wife of Vernon Levens, aged 55 years, 1 month, 18 days. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral at 1:30 p. m. Tuesday, Feb. 14, from the Burg Funeral home, Red Lion. Interment in Red Lion . ceme- eIFriehds may call at the funeral, home Monday evening" from 7 to 9 o'clock. 61-fl3-2t NESS On Feb. 11, 1950, at 2:35 p. m., at the York hospital, Paul Warren Ness, 465 East Princess street, York, aged 39 years, 9 months, 18 days. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services on Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the Etzweiler Funeral home, 1111 East Market street, York. Interment in Mt. Rose cemetery. Friends may call at the Etzweiler Funeral home on Monday evening from 7 to 9. 61-fl3-2t DUBS On Feb. 11, 1950, at 3:15 a. m, Anna Sevilla Hoffacker Dubs, widow of Jacob W. Dubs, Lineboro, Md., aged 96 years, 3 months, 4 days. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services on Tuesday, Feb. 14, at 2 p. m. at Lazarus Union church, Lineboro, Md. Interment in adjoining cemetery. , Friends may call at her late home in Lineboro. Md., Monday evening, 7 to 9. Kindly omit flowers. 61-fl3-2t WHERLEY On Feb. 11, 1950, at 6:30 a. m., at the St. Agnes hospital, Baltimore,' Gertrude Alida Seitz Wherley, widow of Edwin O. Wherley, Glen Rock, .aged 67 years, 12 days. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services on Tuesday, Feb. 14, at 10 a. m., at the Geiple Funeral home, Glen Rock. Interment in , FisseU's cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Monday evening-, 7 to 9. 61-fl3-2t HILDEBRAND On Feb. 12, 1950, : at 1:30 p. m., at his residence, 267 West Main street, Dallastown, Pius A. Hildebrand, husband of Emma Jane Hildebrand, aged 76 years, 4 months, 3 days. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at his late residence Wednesday, Feb. 15, 1950, at 2, p. m. Interment in Union ppmtpyj TV!!;;-, town. Friends may call at his late residence Tuesday evening, 7 to 9. 61-fl3-3t BROOKS On Feb. 12, 1950, at 7 a. m., at her home, Delta RD, Mrs. Eliza Brooks Morris, wife of the 'late Abel Morris, aged 69 years. Relatives and friends are invited- to attend the funeral Tuesday at 2 p. m. from the Hubert P. Harkins Funeral home, Delta. Interment in Bryansville cemetery. Friends may call at the Harkins Funeral home Monday evening. 61-fl3-2t CRUMRINE On Feb. 11,-1950, at 3:30 p. m. at her home, 211 Centennial avenue, Hanover, Mrs. Kathleen Bachman Crum-rine, wife of William E. Crumrine, aged 44 years, 4 months and 2 days. Relatives ana inenas are mvitea to attend the funeral on Tuesday at 10:30 a. m. at .-the William A. Feiser Funeral home, Carlisle street, Hanover. Interment in Mt. Olivet cemetery. Friends may call at the Feiser Funeral home Monday evening. 61-fl3-lt WARNER On Feb. 11, 1950, at 8 p. ml, at his residence in York township, near Leader's Heights, Charles Warner, aged 80 years, 3 months, 23 days. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral Wednesday at 2 p. m. at his residence. Further services in Salem Union church, Jacobus. Interment in Salem Union cemetery. Friends may call at his home Tuesday 7 to 9 p. m. 61-fl3-3t MINSKER" On Feb. 11, 1950, at 7:23 p. m., at the York hospital, Rev. Harry Minsker, husband of the late Lulu L. Minsker, 916 Wayne avenue, York, aged 82 years, 7 months, 26 days. - Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral services on Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. at the Grace Evangelical United Brethren church, Broad street, York. Interment in Lewisburg, Pa., cemetery. Friends are invited to call at the church, York, on Tuesday from 5 p. m. until time of the service. 61-fl3-2t FISHEL-)n Saturday, Feb. 31. 1950, at 8:45 p. m., at her home, 104 North Walnut street, Spring Grove, Daisy Kate Fishel, wife of D. Edward Fishel, aged 74 years, 1 month, 26 days. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Malvin A. Sauter Funeral home. North Main street. Spring Grove. Interment in Trinity (Roth's) Reformed church cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday evening, 7 to 9. 61-fl3-2t LEBER-Oh Feb. 12, 1950, at 10:35 a. m., at the York hospital, Mary R. Leber, wife Of Charles K.' Leber, 275 W. Maple St., aged 50 years, 7 months 13 days. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the funeral services at the Strack Strine Funeral Home, 1205 E. Market St Wednesday 2 p. m. Interment in Greenmount cemetery.' . Friends are invited to call at the Strack A Strine Funeral Home Tuesday evening. ' 61-113-13. 61. DEATHS (Continued) BROKENSHIRE On Feb. 11, 1950, at 11 a. m., at the home of her grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward BrokenshJre, 1704 Filbert street, Mrs. Emma Kessler Broken-shire, aged 70 years. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services. Tuesday, Feb. 34, at 2 p. m., from the J. A.- Dykes Funeral home, Mt. Carmel, Pa. Interment in Mt. Carmel cemetery. 61-fl3-lt GREVEMEYER -On Feb. 12, 1950, at 5:30 p. m., at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lee C. Bennett, 224 Haverford avenue, Swarthmore, Mrs. Annie Brookes Grevemeyer, widow of Ernest Stelle Grevemeyer, aged 75 years, 5 months, 29 days. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services Wednesday afternoon at 2 p. m. at the Friends' Meeting House, Fawn Grove. Interment in adjoining cemetery. Please omit flowers. 61-fl3-2t SNYDER On Feb. 11, 1950, at 9:45 p. m., at his residence, 1108 Edison street, Harvey Lewis Snyder, husband of Mary P. (Linebaugh) Snyder, aged 46 years, 3 months, 6. days. " V Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services on Tuesday at 2 p. m. from, the Shindler funeral home, 915 N. Duke street. Interment 4n Green-mount cemetery. Friends are invited to call at the Shindler funeral home on Monday evening from 7 to 9. 61-fl3-2t SHULTZ On February 12, 1950, at 6:37 a. m., at the York hospital, Sharon Joanne Shultz, daughter of Frederick S. and Ruth Boyer Shultz, 355 S. George street, aged 2 years, 2 months, 20 days. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services on Wednesday at 2 p. m. from the Shindler funeral home, 915 N. Duke street. Interment in Mt. Rose cemetery. Friends are invited to call at the Shindler funeral home on Tuesday evening from to 9. bl-T 13-31 62. UNDERTAKERS ETZWEILER FUNERAL HOME 1111 K. Market St, York. Dial 6236 62-fl-tf w.nmrwa f-ttis ml. 145.1 Funeral Director, 117 W. Cottage Place MAX G. ANSTINE Dial W94 Funeral Director, 1701 W. Market St. 62-fl-tf BLAINE K. DECKER Dial 7744 Funeral Home. 550 W. King St 62-fl-tf J. M. SHINDLER AND SON Funeral Directors, 900-911 N. Duke St 62-n-ti STRACK AND STRINE Funeral Home 1205 E. Market St - 62-n-tf HENRY SLEEGER AND SONS Funeral Directors 822 E. Market St 62-n-tf ROLLER FUNERAL HOME 200 W. Market St Dial 6274 62-fl-tf BURG FUNERAL HOME Phone 6M Red Lion, Pa. 62-fl-tf , EDW. W. BAUMEISTEB Funeral Director, Queen and vackson SU. 62-a-tr MORGAN E. FREY Phone 5720 Funeral Service 1223 N. George St . - 62-fl-tf GUY B. CREEP Dial 6701 Funeral Director, 849 E. Market St. 62-n-tf WALTER W. FUTEB Funeral Home, 662 Linden Ave. Dial 7209 Night Calls 85469 62-n-tf THE W. J. BOLL CO. Funeral Directors, 252-254 S. George St B-ri.m.w.i-tr 63. CARD Of TIIANKS I wish to thank mv relatives and fripmls for the beautiful cards-and handkerchiefs I received on my birthday. 63-fl3-lt I wish to exnress mv sincere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors,, for every expression of kindness and thoughtfulness snown uuruig me aeain oi my Deiovea husband, Wiley B. Gemmill. WIS Wile, ESTHER T. GEMMILL. 63-H3-H 64. IN MEMORIAM BERWAGNER In lovine remembrance of our dear husband and father, Clinton Ber- wager, who departed this life two years ago today, February 13, 1948. There Is someone who misses you sadly And finds the time long since you went, Peacefully sleepine. restine at last. The world's, weary troubles and trials are past. In silence he suffered. In patience he bore. Till God called him home to suffer no , more. He suffered hours, yes hours of pain, To wait for cure but all in vain. Till God alone knew what was best And called him home and gave him rest. By HIS WltE and CHILDREN. 64-fl3-lt EINSIG. In memory of our dear hus band and father, Albert Einsig, .who passed away two years ago, February 13, 1948. Sad and sudden was the call Of one so dearly loved by all. A bitter grief, a shock severe. It was to part with one so dear. We often sit and think of you. And speak of how you died. To think you could not say goodby Before you closed your eyes. For all oi us you did your best. Oh, God grant you eternal rest. Sadly missed by His Wife, MARY, and Children. CARMEN & WILBUR. 64-fl3-lt MARKLE. In loving remembrance of our father, Willis Markle, who passed away five years ago, Feb. 13, 1945. The month of February again is here. The depths of sorrow we cannot tell Of the loss of one we loved so well. And while he sleeps a peaceful sleep His memory we shall always keep. HIS WIFE. CHIILDREN 64-fl3-lt 4 GRANDCHILDREN. ONE JAILED, ONE FINED One man went to jail for 10 days and another forfeited a $10 cash bond by failing to appear yesterday in police court on charges of drunkenness and disorderly conduct. The man sent to jail declined to pay a $10 fine. He is 56 and has been arrested 92 times. The other man, 60, has been arrested seven times. Deaths and Funerals Mrs. Emma Brokenshire Mrs. Emma Kessler Broken-shire, widow of John Brokenshire, died at 11 a.m. Saturday at the residence of her grandson, Edward Brokenshire, 1704 Filbert street. She was 70. H She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Harry Sipple,'-Mt. Car.-mel, Pa.; Mrs. Ralph Trovinger, William'stown, Pa.; Mrs. Clarence Thomas, Harrisburg; four sons, Harold Brokenshire, 1626 Stanton street; 'Arthur Brokenshire, Reading; Nicholas Brokenshire, Ran-shaw, Pa.; John Brokenshire, 1746 Filbert street; 23 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Laura Faury, Reading, and a brother, Aaron Kessler, Mt. Carmel. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow from the J. A. Hykes Funeral home, Mt. Carmel. Interment will be inMt. Carmel cemetery. Sharon Shultz ... Sharon Joanne Shultz, two-year-old daughter of Frederick S. and Ruth Boyer Shultz, 355 South George street, died at 6:37 a.m. yesterday at York hospital. Surviving besides her parents are: Paternal grandparents, Mrs. Esta Shultz, 910 West Poplar street; and Albert Shultz, 324 Roosevelt avenue; maternal grand parents, Mrs. Eva Boyer, 409 South George street, and Charles Boyer, 829 West King street; ma ternal "great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Moore, Hag-erstown, -Md., and Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Boyer, 829 West King street. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday from the Shindler Funeral home, 915 North Duke street. Rev. William A. Kerns, pas tor of First Baptist church, will officiate. Interment will be in Mt. Rose cemetery. Ilarvey L. Snyder Harvey Lewis Snyder, husband of Mary P. (Linebaugh) Snyder, died suddenly at 9:45 pjn. Saturday at his residence, 1108 Edison street. Death was attributed, o coronary occlusion by Coroner Lester J. Sell. He was 46. Surviving besides his wife, is a stepson, John A. Ruth, at home; a sister, Mrs. Arthur Deardorff, 121 North West street, and a brother, George Snyder, 309 Walnut street. He was a member of Fifth EUB church and Class 11 of the Sunday school. He was affiliated with Rescue Fire company, Firemen's Relief association and York Lodge No. 148, Loyal Order of Moose. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow from the Shind ler Funeral home, 915 North Duke street. Rev. Dr. Carl N. Mundis, pastor of Fifth EUB church, will officiate. Interment will be in Greenmount cemetery. . . Paul W. Ness Paul Warren Ness, 465 East Princess street, who served as an Air Force mechanic with the ra ting of corporal in the South Pacific during World War II, died at 2:35 p.m. Saturday at York hospital. The 39-year-old veteran was the son of Emanuel F. Ness, Dallas-town, and the late Minnie Floyd Ness. He also leaves a brother, Lloyd I. Ness, Frey's avenue. He was a member of York Post 127, American Legion, and of York Aerie 183, Fraternal Order of Eagles. Rev. Emmanuel J. Hoover, pastor of the Mt. Zion Lutheran charge, will conduct the service at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Etzweiler Funeral home, 1111 East Market street. Burial will be in Mt. Rose cemetery. Mrs. Charles R. Leber Mrs. Mary Ruth Leber, wife of Charles R. Leber, 275 West Maple street, died at York hospital at 10:35 a.m. yesterday. She was 50. Surviving, besides her husband, are a daughter, Mrs. Roy W. Hoffman, Jr., 442 West Princess street; three grandchildren; two brothers, Samuel Lerew, Fayette-ville RD 2; William Lerew, Big-lerville; and her mother, Mrs. Harriett Lerew, Biglerville. . Rev. Robert F. Fisher, pastor of Grace Lutheran church where she was a member, will officiate at funeral services at the Strack and Strine Funeral home, 1205 East Market street, Wednesday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Greenmount cemetery, " Wiley B. Gemmill ' Funeral services for Wiley B. Gemmill, 42 North Hartman, street, who died Tuesday at his gasoline service station in Violet Hill, were held Saturday afternoon at the Blaine K. Decker Funeral home. Rev. Nelson C. Brown, pastor of Heidelberg" Reformed church, officiated. The pallbearers, all nephews of Mr. Gemmill, . were Emerson, James and Kenneth Gemmill, ' John Kinard, William Theophel and William Crowl. Burial was in Mt. Rose cemetery. Dorothy E. Spangler Funeral services for Miss Dorothy Elizabeth Spangler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Spangler, who died Thursday at her home, 503 South George street, were held yesterday afternoon from the Strack and Strine Funeral home with Rev. Dr. Clarence W. Rhoda, pastor of Union Lutheran church, officiating. Pallbearers were: Joseph Fees-er, Jack McGirr, Harry Kliriga-man, Edward Gerbrick, Luther Peters and Mr. Hake. Burial was in Prospect Hill cemetery. x ' AFL, Cra Chiefs Say Britain Plans War Against Israel Washington, Feb. 12 Presidents Philip -Murray of the CIO and William Green of AFL appealed to President Truman today to ask Britain to st6p supplying Arabic countries with "instruments of aggressive warfare obviously designed for use against Israel." The two labor leaders presented their appeal in person. Later, they issued a statement expressing concern over reports indicating that Britain is supplying arms to, Egypt, Transjordan, Iraw and other Arab countries. They said they -are convinced that the object is "a second war against the state of Israel." Murray and Green said they also asked the President to permit the sale of arms to Israel to meet the increasing threat to its security. They asked Mr. Truman for additional financial support for Israel, saying the $100,000,000 loan from the Export-Import bank is now virtually exhausted. CIO Requests Action For D.C. Home Rule Washington, Feb. 12 The CIO today urged all congressmen to sign a petition to allow debate on the Senate-passed.. District of Columbia home rule bill in the House. Nathan Cowan, CIO Legislative Director, said in a letter to all members of the House that 'there is no valid reason why residents of the District should be relegated to the status of second class citizens. "It is an indefensible anomaly that persons residing in the world's focal point of representative government should themselves be denied the right to self-government. There are no legitimate islands of exclusion in a nation which truly accepts the fundamental principle of government 'of the people, by the people, for the people,' " Cowan declared. WEST YORK NEWS (Continued from Page 4) .York RD 1, was chosen as "Valentine Queen" "Saturday night at a dance sponsored by the three choral groups of the West York Junior-Senior High school. President of the Choralaires, one of the sponsoring groups, Miss Fencil was attended by Donna Sterner and Doris Sweitzer. Mrs. Hazel Blish, choral groups adviser, termed the dance a success, with about 250 persons attending. All proceeds will be placed in. a special music fund for choral groups. . Music for dancing was furnished by the Eddie Debes orchestra. Special musical entertainment was provided by the Sheppard twins, Patsy and Betty, who played their accordions, and Marilyn Miller and Dorothy Wentzler, who sang several solo selections. St. James Church The weekday school of religion will be held today, from 6 to 8 p. m., at St. James Lutheran church. About 100 children attended last month's session. The Mary Baer missionary society will meet at the home of Mrs. Robert Flinchbaugh, York RD 5, this evening, at 8 o'clock. Ethel Rebert will discuss the topic and Miss Kathryn Rinehart, society president, will preside at the business session. The group will, leave from the church at 7:30 p. m. ' . ' The Women s Missionary society will meet at 8 p. m. tomorrow at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Klinefelter,. 1554 Monroe street. Altar flowers were placed yesterday by Myrtle Senft and son, in memory of Shirley Senft, 225 At Oyster Frolic More than 225 members and friends of the Reliance Fire company attended the annual oyster Heart fund Drive Nets Only $233 First week of campaign leaves collection far short of $9,000 goal, Chairman Daugherty announces. Canisters placed about county. Only $239 in special gifts has been received towards the current campaign of the York County Heart association to raise $9,000, chairman, H. E. Daugherty, an- . nounced yesterday. Daugherty reported that volunteers of the York Junior Chamber of Commerce have distributed 200 plastic hearH containers through-' out Greater York, members of Dallastown's Junior Chamber of Commerce have placed 75 containers in their area, and volunteers from the Hanover Junior Chamber of. Commerce have distributed 50 other containers. . Red Lion's Junior Chamber of Commerce as yet has not answer- -ed the. plea for "assistance in the week-old campaign to last through February, Daugherty said. In keeping with Heart Week, proclaimed by Mayor Felix S. Bentzel for York next week, Dr. Julius Comroe, medical advisor to the county Heart association, will speak on the "Heart" over a local radio station at 4 p.m. Monday. Mayor Bentzel has asked that schools, churches, civic and social groups observe Heart Week with appropriate activities aimed at combating heart disease. Of the monies raised in York county, as part of the $600,000 goal of the American Heart association, 70 per cent is kept for use in the county in form of direct, aid to local heart patients and rheumatic fever sufferers. Special 1 beds are rented and bought for patients and an oxygen service is provided. The local group also maintains an educational program. The other 30 per cent is sent to the national association for its research and educational campaign. Daugherty has asked that special contributions be mailed to the York County Heart association, 25 South Duke street. frolic Saturday night at the fire hall. Jay Kilgore headed the committee in charge. Among guests attending were: Rep. . James 1 F. Lind, B. W. Sweigart, Lind's secretary; Howard Zarfoss, of Dallastown, a past president of Reliance, and John S.Eby, fire chief of Spring Garden .township. DEAF? Call 45379 for FREE test with New B e 1 1 o n e Bymphonette. Batteries, service for all aids. Ellis Reber, George H. Haddock Con., 6th Floor, Hartman Bldg. LLOYD E. GROVE Bonder and Deslrnrr at Cemetery Memorials Display and Shop at N. Geo. St. ana 3rd Ave., N. 1. Office: 1838 Monroe St.. West fork Fa. Phone 4S3M Branch Display Shrewsbury, Pa. DAVID P. KING EVERLASTING Cemetery Memorials ' Korth Hlrhtand A to., Wert fort MBay with OoafldeneV FEEDS Ervin HI. Spangler York Dial 2022 Vherm friend t of mutie meet I4J WiST MARKH Juh

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