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•Mr. Carbon, who ! ved at 70
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£hadowlawn drive, was bun "i2
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ad been a Westfieid l e idtnt foi Ea t Ro elli <nerue 1\ u k P i A
fotmer ownir i f *-tati n t u oi
20 yeara,
A graduate of Ci'v Coiled of n Roadie Park Ci inf * ii <i
died i l o m l n at the
•f*ev? York, he was as ooated \uth ttestfield
Ihe aeeoiiBtbi£ firm of h<o\)U, John F Runnel* Hu pitai B u i
WelMngion and Co. before join iH\ Height dfttr ^ b'\ti illnt
fair Johmon & Jehnston 17 sear j B rn in Ru« la, he h\ed in H
elle Paik for 10 \ t a r Mi 1 i m
ego. In 1949, he »-i made con
jroller.
i la t operated i t<ii hire t s i
- Mr. Carlson was an eldu of the Elm street about 20 ACTI btf it
Presbyterian Church and furmtr i hi reuement 10 }eats aj,o
vice president of the WtstfieH j A veteran ol the 4rn \ Xn clnl 1
Board of Education. He belonged I Force in Woild Wdr ) he «
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Hit firm ^ ^4-- Peid it Hae
to the National Assoo ition of \< | member of Maitin Wallber^ P t Le\H »mi B u ' h « J CI i n > ,
cciuntsnte, the American In titutc 4t American Leg on Mr Pi en mi nut liMnt^tir \ t tvr*la\ a
p( Accountants and the I- mancial al«o wa afliliatpd with Meno
Interim11 i\ » i i H l h \ I U \[«
Kxccutives Institute,
Lodge 903, H A M , Biookljn
monai P*ii k.
Survivors include his widow,
Surviving is his wife, Mrs. Anna
Mrs. Elsie Msttson Carlson; two Isaacs Rosen.
Edward W. Holll>erg
sons, Paul, a student at Lehigh
Services were held at the Bootey
Edward W. Hallberp. ST, of
Colonial Home, 556 Westfield aveof the senior class at Westfielt nue, yesterday morning with Rabbi 2427 Seneca road, former state
Hig* School; mi a brother, Ar- Jack Stern of Temple Emanu-Ei adjutant of the Spanish-American
s
thur W., of Metuchen.
War Veterans, died yesterday ir
officiating. •
Services will be held Saturday
East Orange Veterans Hospital T
Entombment was in Fairview after a brief illness.
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at 10:30 a.m. in the Presbyterian
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Church. Friends will be received Cemetery.
Born in Ohio, Mr. HoUberjr
at Gray^s Funeral Home, 318 East
lived in the
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Broad street,
Donald M, Sensbach area for 45 years. A he;-ik-alturist
Jin lieu of flowers, the family
Donald 11, Sensbach, 22, of 1324 he -ivas formerly employed by the j
4i&s requested that contributions be Overhill street, a Navy third class Stump and Walters Seed Co. and i
made t« the American Cancer So- petty officer, died Monday in St. the Vaughn Seed Co.
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ciety.
Albans Naval Hospital in Queens,
He was a lornier commander of )
N.Y., after a long illness.
the
Westfield
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Born in Westfield, he was a Spanish-American War Veterans. |
Mrs. Harry D. Egbert
The husband of the late A dele
Funeral services for Mrs. Edith graduate of Westfield High School.
C. Egbert, 75, a life-long resident He was a member of the Presby- E. Hollberg, he is survived by two
daughters,
Mrs. Frances Schindler
terian
Church
of
Westfield.
of Westfield and a charter tnember
He leaves his widow, Mrs. Lu-of Cranford, and Mrs. Kdna Cavnof the tfoliege Woman's Club, will
be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. at cille Undo Sensbach; his parents, nau^h of North PIainfi«ld;-a son,
Gray's Funeral Home. 318 East Mr. and Mrs. Siebert Sensbach of Harold E. of Westfieid; a brother,
Broad street, with the Rev. Leroy Westfield j four brothers, Richard Frank, in Ohio; three sisters, Mrs,
of New Brunswick, Thomas and Grace Ulrey. in California, and
Stanford officiating.
Mrs, Josephine Kohler and Mrs,
MM. Egbert, who lived at 586 Paul of Fayeon Lakes and William Emma Shook in Ohio; five grandSt. Mark's avenue, died Tuesday of Westfield, and a sister, Laura children and seven jyreat-grandIn Overlook Hospital after a brief of Westficld,
Funeral services were held in children.
illness. She was a member of the
Services' were held last night
First Congregational Church, of Gray's Funeral Home a t 10 a.m. in Gray's Funeral Home, Interwhich her late parents, Mr. and yesterday, Interment was in Fair- ment was to be in Fairview Cemeview
Cemetery.
Mrs. 3, Fred Cowperthwaite, were
tery.
among the founders; the Westfield
Woman's Club and served for
Jed S. Foster
many years on the board of man- Jed Smith Faster, a former
Charles F. Engle
agera of the Children's Country Westfield resident who helped
Word hus been received here of
Home.
build the Panama Canal, died June the death of Charles Frederick
Widow of the late Herry Drew 6 in Washington. He was 05 years Engle, (i.'t, formerly of Westfield,
-Egbert, she leaves 'two daughters, old.
He died Monday of cancer in his
-Mrs. John A. Wallace, with whom
Mr. Foster lived here almost SO home in Paradise Park, Fresno,
Cul.
He was n past exalted ruler
years. Ten years ago he moved to
of the formor Westfield
Elks
OranReburg, S.C.
His work as a cable-way engineer Lodge, now Mountainside Lodge
1586.
figured prominently in a number
Mr, Engle, born in Taylor, Pa,,
of major engineering 'projects
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during his 50 years -with the was a division m!im*K of the
Lidgewood Manufacturing Co. of Newark ofliec of the American Oil
Elizabeth, now located in New Co. from \9'M to 1941; director
York City. The Panama Canal, of sales with the-George rJ^^^Jiy
.Boulder Dam, Norris Darn in Ten- Publishing Co., New York City,
nessee and Shasta Dam in Califor- until 1S)'H and for ii time, director
nia Wftre among the projects whoae of sales fnr Collier's Publishing
cableway installations wero direct- Co., Newark.
From 1044 until 1050, Mr. Ened by Mr. Foster.
e was owner and president of the
In 193B, Mr. Foster, then vicr
Credit
Bureau
of
Monmouth.president and chief engineer, was
honored by the company at a Ocean County Inc. and in 1950 he
testimonial dinner on his 50 years started the Professional Employof service to the firm. He started ment Agency, both in Asbury
with the company in 1889 ut the Park. Ho moved to California in
11*52 where hi! operated u real esage of 22.
He was described by the com- tute agency and was sales manager
pany president as the "conveying for a veal estate insurance comexpert of the world," explaining pany.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
that wehever engineers were faced
with problems of handling vast Viola HurniiiK EHKIC; a son, WilL. L. Manning & Son
quantities of material, dirt or liam L. of Spring: Luke; «t daughK't 1S«1 •
logs, Mr. Foster was called in to ter, Mrs, James U. Reynolds, FresStatic; BQm«, Owna*
no; a brother, William R., Fresno,
solve the problem.
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His son, William C , is director and seven grandchildren.
BaliderK of Unnlltjr 9I»nuini..utM
of the United States Disarmament
lor over lot) V»or»
Agency.
John Blyskul
Burial services took place SaturMOUNTAINSIDE — John Blysknl, 88, ilicd June (5 after a lunfr
illness ut the home of his daughter,
Mrs. I'ttul Covnlcm-e, 1007 Sky
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Top drive.
w i t h LLOYD'S of LONDON
I3orn in Austria, he lived in the
Elizabeth area fur many years and
had resided with his daughter hero
for four years. He retired five
years ago after 18 years aw a chef
405 Oranpre Road, Mtni*t*lnJr — 744-18110
with
St. Michael's
Hospital,
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Newark.
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Lady of Lourdes Church and a
life member of the Employees'
I Auxiliary uf St. Michael's Hospital.
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