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HERALD STATESMAN, YONKERS, N.Y., M O N D A Y , NOVEMBER 17, 1969
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liSniililil
Mrs. Mary Kopec
David S. Jensen Dies
Former Citv Editor
'Joe' Kennedy Believed Youth, 19,
Nearing End Of Life Dies After
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Cool and mild tonight with a;precipitation within the past 2i
low in the 40s. Fair and mild hours,
tomorrow- with a high around 60.1 Tides are high today at 3:34
Precipitation probability is near j a .m. and 3:58 p.m. and low at
zero tonight and 10 per cent to- ;9:58 a.m. and 10:34 p.m.; tomorGary Beninari of 77 Hyatt Ave. morrow. Winds will be variable ; r o w's tides are high at 4:40 a.m.
died Sunday at Ford ham Hospi- 5 to 10 miles an hour tonight and and 4:58 p.m. and low at 10:5?
tal in the Bi-onx following an southerly about 10 to 15 miles an a .m. and 11:28 p.m.; Wednes
auto accident Saturdav on the
day's tides will be high at 5:3-'
Bronx River Parkwav' He was!ho^Lr tomorrow
The highest and lowest temp- a.m. and 5:58 p.m. and Iowa
19.
recorded in New jn-,58 a.m. and 12:16 p.m.
Gary was born here April 16, 'eratures ever
odav
and the next The sun wiU rise_tom.onxfflf-al_..
11950 to AngelQ-an.d.Max>'Grino!X2»*£i£iS£
6:46 a.m. and set at 4:36p.m.
jBeninati. He attended St. Barna- two days are:
Low
1
High
bas School, Longfellow and
19
71
Mark Twain Junior High schools Today
18
73
Tomorrow
and was a 1969 graduate of LinIS
72
coln High School. He played Wednesday's
HOUR SERVICE
Station
Pumpiru
Tube
Weils
football for a few years at Lin- !
coin and was a communicant of reported an 8 a.m. temperature
Buttons & B o d y u
St. Barnabas Church.
jreading of 30 degrees with no Deik Sign!
Printing
Surviving besides his parents
RUBBlKl
Stitncili
are three brothers, Richard and
N a m * Plates
STAMPS^
Angelo, of the home address; DEVER WILL SPEAK
Numbirtn
Joseph of Yonkers: and one sisfait
Notary S«oli D a t t r s Inks
ter, Theresa ol the home ad- WILLIAM DEVER of IBM
will discuss "Project Resource
dress.
WESTCHESTER
Management', at a meeting of
the Tappan Zee Chapter of the RUBBER STAMPS, INC.
American Institute of Industrial
ii PROSPECT ST., YONKHU
Engineers tomorrow at 5:30
Y 0
9-8519
p.m. at Holiday Inn, Greenville. — — »
Auto Crash
By COR>'KLnjS F. HURLEY
Associated Press Writ4ir
HYANNIS PORT, Mass. (AP)
— Former Ambassador Joseph
P. Kennedy, father of a seaMrs. Kopec, who was born In
side American political dynasty,
Poland, was the daughter of
was near death today at his
George and Rosalia
Worm David S Jensen, former city
home in the Kennedy compound
Tomczyk. She was married to editor of the Yonkers Herald
on Cape Cod.
Charles _Kopee in 1915 at St. Statesman, died unexpectedly
His- sole surviving son, Sen:
Casimif's Church. He was a for- Saturday in Atlanta, Ga., at the
Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass.,
mer employe of Refined Syrups age of 42.
was at his bedside.
and Sugars.
Mr. Jensen, who was on hi>
His condition was described
Mr. Kopec predeceased his way to Westchester from Miami
as "very low" by his son-in-law,
on
a
vacation
trip,
was
found
wife on Sept. 29, 1939.
j Ambassador Sargent Shriver,
dead in his motel suite. Death
J shortly before 8 a.m.
Mrs. Kopec was a communi- was attributed to a heart attack
"The end is only a matter .of
cant of St. Casimir's Church. He lived in Coral Gables. Fla.
: hours a ways," Shriver told a
She was a member of the Moth- For the past three years, Mr
' newsman after attending early
er's Guild, of the Third Order of Jensen had been a copy desl
'. morning Mass at St. Francis
St. Francis, and of the St. Vin- chief for the Miami Herald. He
Xavier Roman Catholic Church
had served as city editor in
cent DePaul Society.
in Hyannis.
Yonkers from 1956 to 1964 and
Kennedy, father of the late
Surviving are two daughters, then worked as a free-lance
• President John F. Kennedy, is
Mrs. John (Jean) Babiar of writer.
181 and has been in poor health
Yonkers. Mrs. Peter (Florence)
JOSEPH KENNEDY
' for eight years.
Zaniewski of E. Paterson, N.J.; On his mother's side, Mi*. Jenone son, Joseph of Shrub Oak, sen's roots were firmly linked tr
He suffered what a doctorN.Y.; two sisters, Mrs. Carol journalism. His great-grand
said was a minor heart attack
Garonsky of Toronto, Canada mother, Jane Cunningham Cro
over the weekend.
and Mrs. Pauline Oko of Po- ly, who wrote as Jenny June
Shriver said the former amland; and seven grandchildren. was believed to be the firs
bassador has been unable to eat
MAHOPAC—
A m e r i c a n newspaperwoman.
for several days.
A Yonkers young man was
Her husband, David Goodmai
Shriver and his wife, Eunice,
arrested Saturday night about
Crolv was editor of the New
Kennedy's eldest daughter, flew
8:30 in the vicinity ol Mahopac
York World.
Vernon Connors
here Sunday from Paris. ShrivHigh School on charges of loiDAVID S. JENSEN
er is U.S. ambassador to
tering and harrassment after
All Makes - Gvirantetd
. . . news executive
Vernon J. Connors, 53, of 32 Their son, Mr. Jensen's greatFrance.
being questionned for being
Repairs...
Park Ave., died suddenly at his uncle, was Herbert Croly, who
founded the New Republic MagMrs.
Rose Kennedy, manear a stolen car.
home Friday.
C
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azine.
Anthony V. Nicolosl, 21, of
Mr. Jensen's mother, who died triarch of the Kennedy clan,
RADIO
Mr. Connors was born on Sept. Mr. Jensen was born June 11,
407 Central Park Ave., Yonkin 1963, was a pioneer in the also attended Mass this morning
21, 1916, a son of Margaret Don- 1927, in New York City. His parSHOP
at
St.
Francis
Xavier's,
though
ers,
was
arrested
by
Carmel
16 Palisade Ave.,Y0 5-531
personnel field. His father who
A 16-year-old Yonkers boy
nelly and the late Stephen Con- ents were the late Marjorie SidESTABLISHED 1939
died in 1957 was a leader in the not with Shriver. She entered who accidentally pulled the trig- Ptl. Dale Schultz, when, after
• MASTER CHARGE •
nors.
ney and Allan Ludwig Jensen.
the tiny church quickly, and requestioning the man, he was
wholesale glove industry.
44 WARBURTON AVE.
ger of a rifle he'was showing to allegedly subjected to harrassUnicard-Bank Americard
The family moved to Yonkers
mained
inside
for
several
minWE HONOR MASTER CHAR
There
are
no
immediate
surviMr. Connors attended St. Jo- ''about a week after I was
his friend is now being held ment. The officer had been
CREDIT CARDS
utes
after
the
service
was
over.
seph's School and Commerce born," Mr. Jensen would say re- vors.
OPEN LATE EVERY NITE
There was no word on whether responsible for the friend's posted to keep a stolen car unFuneral arrangements are inHigh School. He was a member garding his claim to being a nadeath
on
a
charge
of
criminally
Kennedy was conscious, but one
der surveillance.
complete.
of Local 543 of the Steamfitters tive son.
unofficial source said he was negligent homicide, police reAfter observing the Yonkers
JJnion, a World War II veteran
port.
He attended Halsted School in
given the last rites of the Roman for some time, Ptl.
who served with the 7th ArPeter Beck, 16, of 5758 Fara- Schultz approached him for
man Catholic Church Sunday.
mored Division and a member Y o n k e r s and Scarborough
Catherine
Higgins
day Ave., the Bronx, was pro- identification, at which time
School. Like his father, he was a
Richard
Cardinal
Cushing
of
of St. Joseph's Church.
graduate of Harvard.
Boston, a long-time
family nounced dead on arrival at St. the youth allegedly became
Mrs. Catherine M. Higgins, 47, friend, said Sunday that he had Joseph's Hospital at 5:i5 p.m. abusive.
Surviving in addition to his He joined the staff of The Hermother, are three sisters, Mrs. ald Statesman as reporter in of 86 Convent Place, died at her received, a telephone call from Saturday, a half hour after the
Taken before Town Justice
James (Florence) MacDougall, 1948 shortly after he was gradu- home Saturday following a heart the family "advising me that he accident occurred.
Anthony Caravetta in the
Mrs. Raymond (Grace) Bricker ated magna cum laude from attack. She was an inventory had a very serious setback
Police said that Joseph Tom Town of Kent, the Nicolosi
and Mrs. Charles (Margaret) Harvard. In 1950 he became a control clerk for Otis Elevator and it seems that the good Lord masi of 10 Hamilton Ave. invit- youth was released on $25 bail
Co.
for
25
years.
Fee; one brother, Raymond Con- copy editor and in 1956 was
is about to take him in the fore- ed his friend into his bedroom to and ordered to appear for a
named city editor.
A life long resident of Yonk- seeable future."
nors of Port Angels, Wash.
have a look at the .22 caliber hearing in Mahopac on Nov.
ers, Mrs. Higgins was born on
Besides Edward and his fami rifle, which happened to have a 20.
March 27, 1922, a daughter of ly and the Shrivers, other mem shell in the chamber. Young
Police also said the stolen
Mrs. Mary E. Cougiilin Rilley bers of the family at the com Tommasi was holding the rifle car case was later solved by
and the late John E. Rilley. She pound included Patricia Kenne- when the Beck youth pushed it, apprehension of a boy under
was married to William S. Hig- dy Lawford and Jean Kennedy police said, causing Joseph to the age of 16, and therefore
BENINATI, Gary, suddenly on November PALICA—Helen (nee Neherbetsky) Polica. gins on Oct. 11, 1952, at the Sahis identity is protected by the
Smith, whose husband Stephen pull the trigger.
16. 1969, beloved son of Angelo and
On Sunday, November 16, 1969. Beloved
Mary. Dear brother of Joseph, Richord,
wife of Stephen Palica of 72 Ball Ave- cred
Heart Church where she also was there.
youthful
offender statutes.
Angelo and Theresa. Reposing at the
nue. Devoted mother of Mrs. Stephen
When the gun went off, Peter
David J. Hodder and Son inc., Funeral . (Katherine) BonchaK, Mrs. Ann Koteletz, vvas^ a member, Mr. Hiegins~pre- _ Jacqueline. Onassis, widow^of
fell
to
the
floor.
His
Wound
was
Home, 899 McLean Avenue, Yonkers.
Mrs. John (Mary) Sheridan and Mrs. deceased his wife in 1958.
the late president, is enroute later diagnosed as a gunshot
High Requiem Mass at St. Barnabas
Raymond (Helen) Hendricks. Also SurMichael Sakala
Church Thursday 10 a.m. Visiting hours
vived by six grandchildren ond five
Mrs. Higgins attended St. Jo- back to the Cape from Europe. wound in the left temple.
Monday 7 to 10 p.m., Tuesday and
great-grandchirdren. Dear sister of John
seph's
School
and
Sacred
Heart
Wednesday 1 to 4 ond
to 10 p.m.
And
a
family
spokesman
said
Neherbetsky, Mrs. John (Anno) Grubiak
Michael Sakala, formerly of
(11-19)
Police said Tommasi called
and Mrs. Peter (Sophia) Dzamba. High School. She was a member Ethel Kennedy, widow of the
Funeral from the Duchynskl Funeral
Yonkers,
died yesterday at the
the
department
immediately
afBIANCHI, Frederick, on November 16,
Home Inc., I l l Yonkers Avenue on of the Ancient Order of Hiberni- late Sen. Robert F. Kennedy,
1969, of, Eostchester. Beloved husband of
Hospital
Wednesday, November 19 ot 9:00 A.M. ans, Division 15 Auxiliary and of had been notified of the elder ter the accident. He was booked Yonkers Professional
the late Mary Bianchi, devoted brother
High Moss of Requiem in St. Michael's
of Fronk and Nicholas Bianchi and Bea
after
a
brief
illness.
He
was in
at
the
detective
division
at
11:55
Kennedy's condition and might
Ukrainion Catholic Church at 9:30 A M . the Third Order of St. Francis.
trice Mirobella. Friends may coll at the
his early 70s.
p.m.
and
then
released
on
$500
Interment, St. Joseph's Cemetery. EveWestchester Funeral Home Inc., MidSurvivors include one sister, return to the Cape ,also.
land Avenue at Main Street Eostchester, ning services Tuesday at 7:30 P.M.
bail, police said. He is sched- Born in the Ukraine, he came
2-4. ?•? p.m. Requiem Mass'dt the ImVisiting hours 1:00 to 4:00 and 7:00 to Mrs.
Walter (Anne) Deyo of
Kennedy, a financier and one
maculerte Conception Church, Tuckahoe,
uled to appear in City Court to the United States 14 years
10:C0 P.M.
11-18
Yonkers and her mother.
of the nation's wealthiest men
Wednesday, November 19 at 10 a.m. Inago and was a former employe
today for arraignment.
terment Derby, Conn.
(11-18) RAUCH, Fred, of Yonkers, N.Y., on NoA
brother,
John
Rilley
predewas U.S. ambassador to Great
vember 16, 1969, devoted husband of Ihe
of Bickford's Restaurant.
FAGAN, Jomes J., of 411 Worburton Avelate Amelia Carbone Rauch. Beloved fa- ceased her in 1967.
Britain from 1938 to 1940.
AND MIRROR COMPANY
nue, on November 14. 1969, beloved husMr. Sakala married the forther of Frederick W. Rauch, and Elsie
He suffered through the loss JOHN J. MCNEILL
band ot Helen Malone Fagon, devoted
Von btten, ;ear b other o: "IhecJore,
mer Anna, Galey. She prede190 McLEAN AVENUE
father of Mrs. Roland (Margaret) GadSue Englebreth, Elsie Johnson and Edof three of his four sons—Joseph N.Y.C. Water Superintendent
bout and Mrs. William (Ann) Hayes.
ceased
him
on
March
25,
1968.
ward Rauch Loving grandfather of LuSurvived by six grandchildren. Reposing
P. Jr., his eldest, in a plane EAST/CHESTER—
retta ond Mark Van Etlen. The family
He lived with his daughter in
Wholen Funeral Home, Inc., 168 Park
Stephen Palieo crash
will be present at the Fred H. McGroth Mrs.
during World War n
Avenue, co: ner of Gicnwcoc. Requiem
John J. McNeil of the Garth •New Rochelle until his death.
and
Son
Funeral
Home,
Bronxvllle,
Moss In Our Lady of Rosory Church from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. until
Mrs. Stephen (Helen> Palica, John, felled by an assassin's Road Apartments, died yester(Holy Rosary) on Tuesday, November
Surviving -in addition to his
9 p.m. Monday and Tuesday. Requiem
isth, at 10 a.m. Interment St. Joseph's
Mess
St.
Joseph's
Church,
Bronxville
on
76,
of 72 Ball Ave., died yester- bullet in 1963; and Robert, also day at St. Agnes Hospital* White daughter is one grandson.
Cemetery. Visiting hours 1-4 and 7-10
Wednesday, November 19 oi 10 a.m.
p.m. (11-17)
day at the St. John's Riverside killed by an assassin in Los An- Plains. He was the retired su(11-18)
geles in 1968.
FOLEY, Essie (nee Madden), of Norman- SAKALA—Michael. Formerly of Yonkers, Hospital after a short illness.
perintendent for the New York
dy Village Nonuet, N.Y., formerly of
Tragedy also befell son Ed- City Department of Water SupMrs. Palica came to the UnitN.Y. On Sunday, November 16, 1969.
Yonkers, on November 17, 1969. Beloved
Beloved husband of the late Ann (nee
ward last summer when his car ply.
wife of David W. Foley, devoted mother
SCARJOAU STORE HOURS: 9:30 to 5:30
Galey) Sakala. Devoted father of Mrs. ed States as an infant with her
ot uovid W. Foley j r . , Mss. William u .
Walter (Marie) Gollay of 674 Pine Brook parents. She was born on June 6, plunged into a pond on ChappaTkvrtday until 9 P.M.
(Grace) Jellison, Mrs. Robert J. (Janet)
Boulevard, New Rochelle, N.Y. Also
quiddick Island, south of the A native of New York City,
Goif-ey, cna Mrs. R,chord (Dorothy)
Telephone 723-3000
survived by one grandson. Funeral from 1893 in Austria. She was married
Mr.
McNeill
was
a
resident
of
Secring. Sister of Mrs. Joseph (Cathethe Duchynskl Funeral Home Inc., H I to Stephen Palica on Nov. 25, Cape, taking the life of Miss
rine) Luckey, and Mrs. Herbert (Edna)
this
area
for
40
years.
Yonkers
Avenue
on
Wednesday,
NovemS'echens, also survived by fifteen
Mary Jo Kopechne.
ber 19 at 11:00 A.M. High Moss of 1909. at the St. Michael's Church.
Grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Requiem in St. Michael's Ukroinan Mr. Palica, who is a retired Otis
Family sources said that He was a veteran of World
Reposino V/holen Funeral Home, Inc.,
Catholic Church at 11:30 A.M. Inter16S Park Avenue, corner of Glenwood
while
Kennedy was told of Rob- War I, having served with the
o'ier 1 p.m. Tuesday. High Mass of
ment, St. Joseph's Cemetery. Evening Elevator Co. employe, survives
overseas, and was a
Reauiem, Saint Joseph's Church, Thursservices Tuesday at 8:00 P.M. Visiting his wife. They would have cele- ert's assassination—though not Army
day, November M, al 10 a.m. Interment
hours 1:00 to 4:00 and 7:00 to 10:00
50-year
member of the Ameriimmediately—he
never
was
inGate of Heaven Cemetery. Visiting
P.M.
11-18 bia'-d their f-;0th wc'riing anni
hour' Tuesday and Wednesday, 1-4 and
can Legion Post No. 1008, New
formed
of
Edward's
accident.
versary
this
Thanksgiving.
7-10 p.m. (11 19)
SICILIANO—Russell, of 104 Livinaston
Avenue, on Monday, November 17, 1969.
Kennedy suffered a stroke in York City.
Mrs. Palica was a member of
Beloved husband of the lote Gertrude
HIGGINS — Catherine M. Of 86 Convent
Palm
Beach, Fla., Dec. 19, 1961, He was a communicant of Our
Siciliono.
Devoted
father
of
Josephine
St.
Michael's
Church
where
she
Place. On November 15. 1969. Beloved
Occhigrossi. Threso Lorsen, Irene Rouwife of the late William Higgins.
and
has
been~^ partially para- Lady of Fatima Church and a
was
also
a
member
of
the
St.
so, Catherine Warren ond Michael J.
Douohter of Mrs. John (Mary) Rilley.
lyzed ever since.
Siciliono. Also survived by seventeen Anne's Society.
life member of the fourth degree
Sister of Mrs. Walter (Anne) Dcyo.
grondchildren and six greot-qranocnilReposing at the Ball Funeral Home, 100
of the W. J. Boyd Council,
He
suffered
setbacks
from
Surviving
in
addition
to
her
dren.
Reposinc,
Sinatra
Funeral
Home
Loke Avenue. Funerai, Tuesday at 9:30
Inc., 315 South Broadway. Funeral,
A.M. High Moss of Requiem In the
husband are four daughters, time to time in the years that Knights of Columbus, the Bronx.
Wednesday,
9:30
A
M
.
High
Requiem
Monastery Church of the Sacred Heart
He is survived by five sisters,
Moss. Mt. Carmcl Church, 10:00 A M. Mrs. Stephen (Katherinei Bon- followed. His latest seizure, a
at 10:00 A.M. Interment, St. Mary's
Interment, St. Joseph's Cemetery. The
Cemetery. Visiting hours 1:00 to 4:00
spokesman said, occurred Sat- the Misses Agnes, Irene, and
rhak.
Mrs.
Ann
Koteletz.
Mrs.
family
will
receive
friends
ot
the
end 7:00 to 10:CO P.M.. .
11-17
Funeral Home, 1-4 ond 7-10 P.M.
Ruth McNeil of the home adJohn (Man-) Sheridan and Mrs. urday.
HIGGINS- Kotherine. W.emb"s of the So11-18 RayiTrn.' 'Helen) Hendricks, all
dress and Mrs. J. Kehoe of 90
cred Heart Fraternity will kindly pay
Bryant Ave. and Mrs. J. J.
WALTER BULAT
their respects to our deceased member. THOMPSON, Evelyn P., 55 years, of 80 of Yonkers.
Rlverdale Avenue, Yonkers, on Sunday,
Sister Katherir.e Higgins, at the Ball
Hines
of Silver Springs, Md.
Brother
of
Pelham
Resident
Also
surviving
are
two
sisters,
November
16,
1969
offer
a
sudden
III
Funeral Home, 100 Loke Avenue.
ness. Dearly beloved wife of Charles Mrs. John ^Annai Grubiak and
(11-17)
Rosemary Dann, Prefect
Walter
Bulat,
the
brother
of
Thompson Sr. Daughter of the lote RiKOPEC—Mory (nee Tomczyk) Kopec. On
chard and Laura (Tomkins) Piett Sr. Mrs.
Peter (Sophia* Dzamba: Mrs. Anthony Giacovelli of 548
Sunday, November 16, 1969. Of 180
Stepmother of Charles Thompson Jr., of
Poi'sode Avenue. Beloved wife of the
Enalewood N.J., sister of Mr. Richard one brother, John Neherbetzky First Ave., North Pelham, died
lote Charles Kopec. Devoted mother of
Piett Jr. of Yonkers, Mr. Paul and Wil- of
Spring Valley, six grand Nov. 8 in St. Luke's Memorial
Dance Your Way
Mrs. John ijeon) Babiar, Mrs. Peter
liom Piett, Mrs. Dorothy Taylor, Mrs.
and five great-grand- Hospital in Utica, N.Y. He was
Virginia Webb ond Mrs. Laura Thomp- children
(Florence) Zcmewksi ond Joseph Kopec.
son , all of Richmond, Virginia. Four children.
Also survived by seven grandchildren
fifty-six.
into The Holidays.
step-grondchildrcn ond host ot nieces
ond two Sis'ers
Funerol from the
ond nephews. F'T.crcl service WednesDuchynskl Funeral Home Inc., I l l YonMr.
Bulat
who
lived
in
Utica,
day, November 19. 1969, 1 p.m ot Meskers Avenue on Wednesday, November
was a member of St. Stanislaus
sioh Boptijt Church. 76 Warburton Ave19 ot 10 00 A M. H oh Mass of Requiem
nue.; Reverend Se^enus T. Churn offiIn S» CoVrr.ir's Church at 10.30 A.M.
Church
there. He was born in
eint r>- intermen' Mt. Hope Cemeterv,
Interment, St Josephs Cemetery. VisitRussell Sirilinno
Hostinas, N.Y. Vis.tina hours at Brooks
that city, son of the late Kajetan
ing hours 1:00 to 4:00 Ond 7:00 to 10:00
Memorial Horn*, ?75 Warburton Avenue
P.V..
11-18
7-10 p.m. Monday ond 1-4 ond 7-10 p m
Russell Sicilianon S2, of 10 and Annr. Sitasz Bulat.
Tuesday. (11 -18)
W-Z.URINE, Jenr.ie Hanos. of Jol West 108
Besides his sister, he leaves
OUR EXCLUSIVE BROOKS-TWEED
Livingston Ave., died today at
Street, N.Y. Beloved mother of Mrs.
Pauline Forr. Horry ond John M.azu-j
his wife, the former Helen ChraSt.
Francis
Xavier
Hospital
in
rine, sister of M-s- Helen Ba'ber, aunt I
In Memoriam
a b l e n d of t w o s u p e r b Scottish w o o l s
of Mory Brillis ond Angela Fordy. Also'
the Bronx. He was a private basz: a son, U.S. Army Sgt.
Survivec by cne granddaughter. Repos-j
landscape gardener in South Edward Bulat, now stationed in
log ot the Phillips Funeral Home. 50 PERRE. Thomas—
South Vietnam: three daughLudlow Street. Se'vices will be held i n ! Dear Tom,
t a i l o r e d b y us Info h a n d s o m e sport jackets
Yonkers.
the Church o' the Prophet Etios, 15 First onniversory in heoven. Husband.
ters. Mrs. Jeffrey Darling, Mrs.
Le'oy Avenue ot Wednesdoy ot It o m. 1 Forget you Husbond, I ntver w i l l ,
Mr.
Siciliano
was
born
in
CalInterment OoHarvd Ceme'ery. Vistlng in mv heart VOJ ore with me still
abria, Italy. He married Ger- James English and Mrs. Jerry
hours 1-4 and 70 p.m. (11-18)
The heartache I know only I con feel,
Brooks-tweed is our own blend of Shetland wool—deBehind my smile there Is mony o tear.
trude Siciliano who predeceased Rabideau, all of Utica; a brothORMEROD V i r g i r o , of 16 L a w e n c * in teo-s I wo'ched you suffer.
er, John, of Florida; three sisStreet, on November '6. 1969 Beloved The little i cou'd do
him.
douohter of William Ormerod. and the is hold vour hand to comfort you.
sirable for its soft hand—with the strong, durable wool
He was a communicant of Our ters, Mrs. Alice Piacentino of
lote EJte'l* Kinreich Ormerod Sls'er of And p-oy God would help you through
Utica and Mrs. Jean McGowan
Williom Ormerod Jr., jock Ormerod, God sow you needed rest.
Lady
of
Mount
Carmol
Church
ond Mrs. Fronces Floyd Service ot H s oorden mu?' be beautiful,
and Mrs. Joan Christian, both of
of Scotland's famous Black-Faced Sheep. We offer it
FerncliH Chopel. TuevJoxf November 18, Fo' He only takes the best.
here.
Marcy, N Y . ; and four grando* 5 o m . Revf-enrt Ri-horrt Sto-vj offi- You left me quietly,
Surviving
are
four
daughters,
ciating. In lieu of flowers contributions Your lost 't-ouohts unknown.
children.
in a handsome selection that includes bold plaids, winmay be mode In her memory 1o Th« But Tom. you left me o memory
Mrs. Robei-t iTheresa) Larsen,
Cone*' Fund or Colvory HojO'tol. I'm projd to o/vn
Bronx, N.Y. For ;u.-»h*r information roll I t h r k of you in silence.
Mrs. Joseph (Josephine) OcciogWholen
Furt«rol
Home.
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dowpanes, stripes and herringbones in attractive'rusts,
rossi, Mi^. Angelo (Irene) Rau
S488 (1117)
But oil thot i i left to answer me now
U VOur photo In o from*
so and Mrs. William (Katherine i
Like o shlnlrvj $io'. nr a precXK* gem
greys, golds or olives. The jackets arc made on our own
Oeor God, ho'd Your lovng o r m j orovnd Warren; one son. Mr. Michael J.
him
of Arlington Heights. 111.
And keep him in Your loving core
3-button sport model in our workrooms.
$130
Mils you so
Also surviving are 17 grand
Your loving w »* *orfv*r, Ka'« (11-17
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children
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P E 9 9 E . THOMAS—
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dren.
HASTINOS
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Dtor Dod ond Poo-Pop,
Say goodbye to bofedom
One daughter. Mrs. Ralph
W# will 0+WOY* m i l l vour oentl* smile,
and evenings alone.
ON-THE-HUOSOM
Your undentondlnQ WOyl
(Anna) Calabriese, predeceased
The love you gove \n a' tn« whll».
47S>3.17A
There's always fun and
Will te»! u* ofl our *>y»
him.
Mrs. Mary Kopec of 180 Palisade Ave. died suddenly at her
home s-esterday. She was in her
early 70s.
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Boy, 16,
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Faces Charges
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DISCOUNT TOYLAND
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DEATH NOTICES
installation
for your CAR
for your H O M E
for your BUSINESS
DAVES GLASS
Y O - 8-7755
Party line
YO 9-6600
HOUSE OF MEMORIALS
to Party Time
excitement at Arthur Murray.
Call today for trcnt dance
demonstration tor you, Of both
ot you. Then dance your way
through any party...at horn*—
of on vacation! OANCtE- put a
Httte tun in your lift-nothing
else co.-n»s ck»«.
m our hetrrtt. t h o u o v i . and prayers otWOYl
MONUMENTS
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You' lovino. Ovidren ond
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Meeting Tomorrow
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An executive board meeting of
(he Yonkers Council of PTAs «
set for tomorrow night at 8:30 at
Temple Emanu El on Rumsey
Road
Presidents of all PTA
units and all sehool and community chAirroon are expected to
attend as the discussion will he
on th<» Council's position on the
Board of Education's ptvxion of
the city's 1970 budget.
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YO 3-1244
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