The Evening Sun from Baltimore, Maryland (2024)

9 at Brigid's 3 son years, of 1. IN MEMORIAM Booklet of 132 specimen In Memo riam tributes sent free upon request DOUGHERTY. -In memory of my dear and beloved mother, MARY who died April 15, 1927. May her soul rest in peace. LEO J.

DOUGHERTY. Anniversary Masses nt St. Ignatius, on April 13, at 12.15 P.M., and St. Mary's Star the Sea Churches, on April 13, at 6.30 A.M. 12e.

DOUGHERTY. In memory of my dear father, PATRICK, who died April 10, 1916. May his soul rest in peace. LEO J. DOUGHERTY.

Anniversary Masses at St. Ignatlus' Church, on April 12, at 6.30 A.M.. and St. Mary's Star of the Sea Church, April 10 at 7 A. M.

12e GANLEY -In memory of my husband, WILLIAM who passed away on April 12, 1948. God saw the road was getting rough, The hills were hard to climb; He gently closed his loving eyes And whispered: "Peace be thine." His weary hours, his days of pain, His weary nights are past; His ever-patient, worn -out frame Has found sweet rest at last. 12e HIS LOVING WIFE. tribute of love to the memory of my beloved wife and mother. MATILDA A.

(nee Gluth), who passed away three years ago, April 12. 1946. 12e When one you care for departed, And you sit alone and brokenhearted, I There's something in a kindred mind That always leaves a sense behind Of true companionship I know. The it was to see you go, Yet memory softens everything. The grave its victory and death its sting, We who who held loved you sadly miss you; you very dear.

In lonely hours of thinking Often feel your presence near. Though God has taken you away, You are with us every day. HER LOVING HUSBAND AND CHILDREN. CARD OF THANKS (2) Specimen Cards of Thanks Sent Free Upon Request. CAGE.

MELVIN O. To the neighbors friends of the 1600 Blk. Belt Your kind expression of sympathy 1s greatly, acknowledged deeply appreelated. Mr. Mrs.

Harry Cage Family. REIER Mrs. Lydia Reier wishes to express to her many friends her heartfelt thanks for the tokens. of sympathy tendered her during her recent bereavemental DEATHS (3 Death Notices Received Too Late for Classification Will Be Found on Page 2 April 11, 1949, MAGGIE M. (nee Ebaugh), beloved wife of the late Emerson R.

Armacost. Funeral services will be held at the Tipton Funeral Home, Hampstead. on Wednesday at 2 P. M. Interment in Hampstead Cemetery.

13 BAUERNSCHMIDT. On April 8. 1949, WILLIAM aged 74 years, beloved husband of the lute Louisa Bauernschmidt (nec Dietrich). of Wilton Farm. Catonsville.

Md. Funeral services at the Parlors of F. B. Wippert Son, Baltimore and Monroe streets. on Tuesday afternoon at 3.30 o'clock.

Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. 12e -On April 11, 1949, ANNA of 1262 James street, beloved wife of Stanley Bender. Funeral from Jos. Kasinskas Funeral Home, 602 Washington boulevard, on Thursday at 10 A.M. Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery.

14 Suddenly, on April 11. 1949, MARJORIE E. (nee Blandin). beloved wife of George W. Blois, of 525 Manor road, Glen Burnie.

14e Funeral from the Singleton Home, Glen Burnie on Thursday at 2 P. M. Interment in Glen Haven Cemetery. -Glen Burnie Unit No. 40, American Legion Auxiliary, announces with regret the sudden death of our beloved member, MARJORIE BLOIS, on April 11, 1949.

ELSIE R. ASLAN. 12e President. BREFFKA SCHMININGER. On April 11, 1949.

ANNA (nee Komenda), A of 3324 Cliftmont avenue, beloved wife of the late Longin Breffka. 13 Funeral from the Schimunek Funeral Home, 2601 East Madison street on Wednesday at 9.15 A.M. Requiem High Mass at Shrine of the Little Flower Church at 10 A.M. Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery. -Suddenly, on April 11, 1949, GERTRUDE, beloved daughter of the late George M.

and Acia D. Brocker (nee Leister). (Pa.) papers please 14 Funeral from her home, 3027 Shannon drive, on Thursday at 11 A.M. Interment in Mount Olivet Cemetery. -On April 12, 1949, at the home of her son.

Mr. Bennett F. Bussey, 1321 Pentwood road, Northwood, KATHERINE CRAIG BUSSEY, beloved wife of the late Dr. Bennett F. Bussey.

Due notice of the funeral, 13 CAMPBELL. On January 1. 1945, at Luxembourg. PRIVATE FREDERICK beloved son of Cora of 2917 Oakcrest avenue, and the late Hugh 0. Campbell.

Friends may call at William Tickner Sons. North and Pennsylvenia avenue, after 2 P.M. on Tuesday. Services on Wednesday at 2.30 P.M. Interment in Moreland Memorial Park.

13 CARMINE. beloved April wife 11, of 1949, the EMMA late Joseph P. Carmine. 15e Funeral from her home, 1035 Riverside avenue, of which due notice will be given. county (Md.) papers please copy.I On April 10, 1949.

MARY of 4309 Arabia avenue, beloved daughter of the late James T. and Annie E. Casey (nee Clicham). Funeral from Jchn A. Moran's Funeral Home.

Greenmount avenue and Forty- -second street. entrance on street. on Wednesday. April 13. at 8.30 A.M.

Requiem High Mass St. Francis of Assist Church at o'clock. Interment in New Cathedral Cemetery. 13e COLDEWY- -On April 9, 1949. JOSEPH beloved son of the late George and Mary Ellen Coldewy Funeral from Lilly Zeller, Funeral Home.

Eastern avenue and Wolfe street. on Wednesday, April 13. at 8.15 A.M. Requiem High Mass at St. Church at 9 A.

M. Interment in Oak Lawn Cemetery 13 CARLE. On April 10. 1949, CHARLES aged 1322 North Milton avenue. of Herman H.

and Helen Earle. Chlicate. Funeral from the home of his grendparents. Mr. and Mrs.

John B. Chilcote. 2514 East Federal street. on Wednesday at 2 P. M.

Interment In Druid Ridge Cemetery. 13e On April 9. 1949, MARY A (nee Huebner), aged 81 years, beloved wife of the late Christian Fornoff. mother of George L. and Christian Fornoff.

Margaret C. Peterson. Katherine C. Jefferson and Marie A. Morgan.

Funeral from the Ullrich Funeral Home, 2004 Orleans street. Wednesday at 11 A. M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. 13 GERMAN.

Suddenly, on April 10, 1949. at his residence. 305 East Pennsylvania avenue. Towson. PERCY beloved husband of Helen Karbel German 12e Funeral from the residence of his Mrs.

mother, Hattie E. German. 422 York road Towson. on Wednesday at 2 P. M.

Interment in Prospect Hill Cemetery. Towson. GERMAN- Towson Lodge No. 79. 1.0.0.F.

announces with deep regret the death of BROTHER PERCY S. GERMAN. CARROLL A. DAVIS. 13 Nobel Grand.

GUEYDAN-On April 11. 1949, at the home of his son. Mr. Edouard J. Gueydan.

3214 Longview avenue, JOSEPH the beloved husband of the late Elise Gueydan. Funeral from H. W. Mears Son. 805 North Calvert street.

on Wednesday, April 13 at 8.15 A.M. Requiem high mass at the Shrine of the Little Flower, Belair road and Brendan avenue, at 9 A. M. Interment in Cathedral Cemetery. 13 -On April 11, 1949, EMILY LEE, beloved wife of Harry H.

Haeussler, of Haddon avenue, at Woodbrook. and mother of Harry and Edward A. Haeussler. Funeral services will be held at William J. Tickner Sons, North and Pennsylvania avenues, on Tuesday at 1 P.

M. Interment in St. Louis, Missouri. (Please omit flowers.) 12e HAHN. On April 11, 1949, MAY HISLEY HAHN, beloved wife of Laurence E.

Hahn, and beloved mother of Mr. Clarence Hisley, Mrs. Mary E. Bonnett, Mrs. Edith Schofield, and Mr.

George Hisley. 15e Funeral services will be held at her home, 3520 Chesterfield avenue. on Friday at 2 P. M. Interment in Baltimore National Cemetery.

Member of Peter Leary Auxiliary No. 3. U.S.W.V On April 9. 1949. MOLLIE beloved daughter of the late Jobe and Louisa Hart.

Funeral from her home. 1160 Carroll street. on Tuesday at 2 P. M. Inter-1 ment in Loudon Park Cemetery.

12e DEATHS (3) DEATHS (3)1 -On April 11, 1949, MINCINSKI April 9, CATHERINE (nee Ford), of 2807 Hunt- 1949, PAUL, beloved husband of ingdon avenue, wife of the late David Bertha Mincinski (nee Nowicki), F. Harrington. Funeral from his late residence, 459 Funeral from the Chenoweth Fu- South Hornell street, on Wednesday, neral Home, 3615-17 Chestnut avenue, April 13, at 9.30 A.M. Requiem Mass on Thursday, April 14, at 2 P. M.

In- at Sacred Heart Church at 10 o'clock. terment in St. Mary's Cemetery, Interment in Sacred Heart CemeHampden. 14 tery. 12e On April 9, 1949, STEW- MURPHY, On April 11, 1949, AGNES ART.

beloved son of the late George (nee McNeill), of 667 Gutman avenue, B. and Elizabeth Harward. 12e the beloved wife of the late Richard Funeral services at his home, 4511 Murphy. (Philadelphia (Pa.) papers Schenley road. on Tuesday at 2.30 please P.M.

Interment in St. Mary's Ceme- The funeral will be at the William tery, Hampden. Cook Mansion, St. Paul and Preston On January 30. 1945.

PRI- streets, on Wednesday at 8.15 A.M. ReVATE REX WILLIAM, killed in quiem Mass at St. Ann's Church at action in beloved of Rex 9 A.M. Interment in New Cathedral Belgium, son William and Adelaide Schwinn Haw- Cemetery. 13 ley.

of 4753 Park Heights avenue. OHLENDORF. On April 11, 1949, at his Friends may call on Tuesday, April home, 2421 East Oliver street, 12, after 7.30 P. at the Funeral CHARLES beloved husband 01 Home of C. Vernon Lemmon, 4611 Florence A.

Ohlendorf (nee Adler). Park Heights avenue. Graveside serv- Funeral from the Funeral Home of ices in Woodlawn Cemetery on John C. Miller, 2433-35 East Wednesday, April 13. at 11 A.M.

12e Oliver street, on Thursday, at 2 P. M. Interment in Baltimore Cemetery. 14e On April 10, 1949, JOHN beloved husband of the late Della R. On April 9, 1949, EDNA Henck (nee Dillard), of 1907 East WALMSLEY.

daughter of the late Lafayette avenue. 12e Augustus H. and Katherine R. Olwine. Funeral services are to be held at Funeral from her late residence.

H. Sander Sons. North avenue and 1901 Boone street, on Tuesday, April Broadway, on Tuesday at 2 P. M. 12, at 2 P.M.

Interment in GreenInterment in Baltimore Cemetery. mount Cemetery. 12e April 10, 1949, WILLIAM and McComas Council of 604 South Montford avenue, be- No. 16, Daughters of America, anloved son of the late Frederick and nounces with deep regret the death Amanda Herbich and beloved uncle of our sister, EDNA WALMESLEY. of Fred.

Ruth and Anna Dorman and 12e MAY SERMONS, Councilor. Amanda Schall. April 10, 1949, THOMAS Funeral from Lilly Zeiler. beloved brother of the late Patrick Funeral Home. Eastern avenue and J.

O'Toole. 12e Wolfe street, on Wednesday, April 13, Funeral from the home of his sister, at 2 P. M. Interment in Oak Lawn Mrs. John J.

Feehley, 1815 Aisquith Cemetery. 13e street, on Wednesday at 8.30 A. M. HERBIG. On April 10.

1949, JOHN Requiem High Mass at St. Paul's GEORGE. of 311 Ilchester avenue, Church at 9 A. M. Interment in beloved husband of Mary Kelly Herbig.

Cathedral Cemetery. 12e Funeral from the Funeral Home of April 11, 1949, in his Charles F. Evans Son, 118 eighty-ninth year, JAMES, beloved West Mt. Royal avenue, on Wednes- husband of the late Annie G. Patterday morning at 8.30 o'clock.

Requiem son (nee Gribbin). High Mass at SS. Philips and James' Funeral from his late residence, Church at 9 o'clock. Interment in 4112 Potter avenue, on Wednesday at Cathedral Cemetery. 13 9.30 A.

M. Requiem Mass at St. A special communication of seph's Monastery at 10 o'clock. InterMount Vernon Lodge No. 151, A.F.& ment in Cathedral Cemetery.

13 A.M.. will be held on Tuesday, April The members of Pa12, 1940. at 1.30 P. M. at the Masonic tapseo Council No.

1960. of the Temple for the purpose of attending Knights of Columbus, deeply regret the funeral of our late brother, FRITZ the loss of their beloved brother, HERING. JAMES PATTERSON, of 4112 Potter DAVID LOUIS BRUNING, avenue. 12e Worshipful Master. Members are asked to meet on the April 11, 1949, NELLIE, corner of Potter avenue and Augusta beloved wife of late Charles H.

avenue, Tuesday, April 12 at 8 A.M. Holditch, of 2416 the, Maisel court. LESTER J. TOPPER. county papers please 12e Grand Knight.

Funeral from Toulson's Funeral March 3, 1945, at MarHome, 2359 Washington boulevard, on graten, Holland, CORPORAL HENRY Wednesday at 2 P.M. Interment in beloved husband of Blanche M. Cedar Hill Cemetery. 13 Pfeifer, of 819 Woodward street, and On A April 10, 1949, ANNIE, road, Linthicum formerly of 811 South Camp Meade aged 73 years. Beloved wife of the late call Heights.

12e William Hilker. Friends may at William The be Tickner Sons. North and Pennsylfuneral services will at her home. vania avenues, after 7 P.M. Monday, 819 South Robinson street, on Services on Wednesday at 8.30 A.M.

Thursday at 11 A. M. Interment in Church Mount Carmel Cemetery. 14 Requiem Mass at St. Jerome's at 9 A.M.

Interment in Baltimore Suddenly, HENRY. on April 11, 1949, tional Cemetery. of 901 Aft Court. PIETROWICZ. On April 11, 1949, ALFRED Brooklyn, beloved husband of Myrtle LOTTIE Nawrockf).

of 1604 (nee R. Hood (nee Mathias). Shakespeare street, beloved wife of Funeral from the Frank W. Seitz Peter Pietrowicz. Son Funeral Home, 814 West ThirtyFuneral from George A.

Weber sixth street. Due notice. 13 Funeral Home, 705 South Ann street, On April 10, 1949, Sarah on Wednesday morning at 8.30. daughter of the late Jacob Hoshall. Requiem Solemn High Mass at St.

Funeral from the home of her Stanislaus Church at 9 o'clock. Internephew, Meredith G. Hale, 18 Chats- ment in St. Stanislaus Cemetery. 13 worth avenue, Reisterstown, on on April 12, 1949, Wednesday at 1.30 P.M.

Interment at his home, 3211 Abell avenue, JOMount Carmel Cemetery, Baltimore SEPH J. PIQUETT, beloved husband county. 13 of Maude A. Piquett. On April 11, 1949, MARY Funeral services at H.

W. Mears formerly of 3811 Yolando road, be- Sons, 805 North Calvert street, on loved wife of the late Thomas E. Friday, April 15, at 11 A. M. Interment Kinnear, Sr.

12e in Cathedral Cemetery. 15 Services from Leonard J. Ruck Fu- on April 12, at neral Home, 5305 Harford road. of her home, 3211 Abell avenue, MAUDE which due notice will be given. A.

PIQUETT, beloved wife of the late On April 11, 1949, NORMAN Joseph J. Piquett. of 7203 Shadowlawn avenue, be- Funeral services at H. W. Mears loved husband of Marjorie Boyd Sons.

805 North Calvert street. on Kisling. 14 Friday, April 15, at 11 A. M. Interment Services from Leonard J.

Ruck Fu- in Cathedral Cemetery. 15 neral Home. 5305 Harford road, on RAND. On April 11. 1949.

SARAH, beThursday, at 11 A. M. Interment in loved wife of Jacob Rand and mother Parkwood Cemetery. of Henie and Abby Rand. Services at on April 10, 1949, the Jack Lewis Home, 2100-02 Eutaw EDWARD aged 46 years, son of the place on Tuesday, precisely at 2 P.

late Edward H. and Mary Berger Interment in Mikro Kodesh Cemetery, Kloppel. Herring Run. Kindly omit. flowers.1 Funeral services are to be held at H.

In mourning at 2233 Eutaw place. 2e Sander North avenue and RANKLE. On April 11, 1949. ELIZABroadway, on Wednesday at 2 P. M.

BETH of 2725 West North avenue. Interment in Druid Ridge Cemetery. beloved daughter of the late Edward (Pa.) papers please 13e and Ella A. Rankle. 13 On April 9, 1949, BELLE.

Funeral services will be at the Wm. in her ninety-second year, beloved Cook Mansion. St. Paul and Preston wife of the late James Fillmore streets on Wednesday at 10.30 A.M. Koockogey.

D. New Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. York and Philadelphia papers please West Los Angeles, on copy. I 13 April 5, 1949, HARRY, master sergeant Funeral services will be held at U. S.

A. retired, beloved father of Edna William J. Tickner Sons. North and Sullivan. Pennsylvania avenues, on Wednes- Funeral from 440 East North avenue day at 11 A.

M. Interment in Mount on Wednesday at 1.45 P. M. Graveside Olivet Cemetery. service and interment at 2.30 P.

M. at -On April 8, 1949, ARTHUR Baltimore National Cemetery, Friends of 3132 Chesnut avenue, beloved hus- and relatives invited. 13 band of Philena Parks Kone, and April 10, 1949, at the home of father of Shirley and Arthur Parks her son, Brian P. Reid, 2100 Ridgehill Kone. 12e avenue.

ANNE beloved wife of the Funeral from Frank W. Seitz Son late J. Frank Reid. Funeral Home, 814 West Thirty-sixth Funeral services will be held at Wilstreet. on Tuesday at 2 P.

M. Inter- liam J. Tickner Sons. North and ment in Lorraine Cemetery Pennsylvania avenues. on Wednesday KUHL- On April 10.

1949, at his home. at 1 P. M. Interment in Woodlawn 2512 Hollins street. WILLIAM, beloved Cemetery.

13 husband of Annie Mary Kuhl (nee RICHMOND. -On April 10, 1949. ROBReul). ERT (SCOTTIE), of 10 East Madison Funeral from the Armacost Funeral street. aged 63 years.

Home, 4204 Ridgewocd avenue, on Funeral services at the William Cook Wednesday at 11 A.M. Interment in Mansion. St. Paul and Preston streets. Western Cemetery.

13 on Wednesday at 3 P. M. Interment in On April 10, 1949, SELENE P. (nee Mt. Olivet Cemetery, 12e Porcher), of 4819 Park Heights avenue, ROBERTSON.

On November 18. 1944. beloved wife of the late Hutson Lee. PRIVATE CLIFTON A. (BUB), in Funeral services will be held at the Germany, beloved son of William Loring Byers Home, 5005 Park Heights and Elsie Sterling Robertson, of Midavenue, on Thursday at 10.30 A.

M. In- die River. papers please terment in Woodlawn Cemetery. 14 13e Chapter No. 13, O.E.S..

Funeral from the Lassahn Funeral announces with deep sorrow the death Home, 7401 Belair road, on Wednesday of SISTER SELENE P. LEE, past at 10 A.M. Interment in Baltimore matron and life member. 14 National Cemetery. DORIS STAMM.

ROBINSON. On April 11. 1940. at his Worthy Matron, Into residence, 3305 Winterbourne -On April 10, 1949, at her home, road. JOHN son of the Inte An1711 North Hilton street.

KATE drew and Isabel Rel 'nson. beloved sister of Jennie M. and the Funeral services will be held at Wm. late Emma M. Lewis.

J. Tickner Sons. North and PennServices at the G. Howard Strong sylvania avenues, on Wednesday at Funeral Home. 3207 West North ave- 3 P.

M. Interment in Loudon Park nue (at Hilton street). on Tuesday Cemetery. 13 at 8.30 A M. Requiem Mass at St.

Ce- April 10, 1949. ANTHONY cilia's Church at 9 A. M. Interment in of 143 North Elwood avenue. beGreenmount Cemetery.

13e loved husband of Sadie Russo (nee MARIANO. -On April 11, 1949, JAMES. Demma). 13 of 2519 Ashland avenue, beloved hus- Funeral from the above residence band of Fannie Vittello Mariano, and on Wednesday, April 13 at 8.30 A. M.

dear father of Mrs. Constance Nelson, Requiem High Mass at St. Elizabeth's Thomas, and Sabastian Mariano. Church at 9 A. M.

Interment in Holy Funeral from the Schimunek Fu- Redeemer Cemetery. nerel Home. 2601 East Madison street. RUTHERFORD. On April 10.

1949. 011 Wednesday at 10.30 A.M. Requiem HENRY. beloved husband of Susie High Mass at St. Katharine's Church Costello Rutherford, of Ellicott City.

at 11 A.M. Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery. 13e Funeral from Higinbothom Funeral MARTIN Suddenly. on April 9. Home.

FIl'cott City. en Wednesday at 1945. CIEN LOUIS, age 13 years. 11 A M. Interment in Charlestown.

belcred son cf Owen S. and Anna West. Virginia. 12e Martincen. 1738 Darley avenue.

SAFAR (SCHAEFER). On April 12. Funeral services are to te held at 1949. JOHN beloved husband of H. Sander Sons, North avenue and Anna E.

(nee Winkler). Broadway, on Wednesday at 11 A. Funeral from his late residence, 134 Interment in Loudon Park Ceme- North Kenwood avenue, on Saturday, tery. 13e April 16, at 9.15 A.M. Blessing nt St.

-On April 9, 1949, EMMA E. (nee Wenceslaus Church at 10 A.M. InterDames). of North Wind road (Cub ment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery. 16 Hill), the wife of Richard C.

May, Sr. SCHLENGER. -On April 10, 1949, DEANA Services from Leonard J. Ruck's Fu- W. (nee Westra), beloved wife of Milneral Home.

5305 Harford road, 011 ton B. Schlenger, of 4244 Reisterstown Tuesday at 2.30 P. M. Interment in rond. Parkwood Cemetery.

12e Funeral from the Lamoreau Home McWILLIAMS. Killed in line of for Funerals, 4510 Liberty Heights aveduty in St. Lo, France. on August 8. nue (at Hillsdale road), on Wednesday 1944.

PFC. CHARLES W. McWIL- at 11 A. M. Interment In Lorraine LIAMS.

beloved son of Charles Cemetery. Friends may call after 6 W. and Edna I. Dixon McWilliams, of P. M.

Monday. 12e 1107 West Hamburg street. Relatives -Suddenly. on April friends are respectfully invited to 1949. FRANK L.

beloved husband call at the above res dence, on Tues- Violet G. Schroeder. 14e day. April 12. after 11 A.

M. 13e Funeral from the Syfer Funeral I uneral on Thursday, April 14, at Home. 1600 West North avenue. on Ads 2 P. M.

Interment in New Baltimore Thursday at 2 P. M. Interment in BAGNational Cemetery. Lorraine Cemetery. MEYER (Buxbaum).

-Killed in the line April 9, 1949. GUY. of 2029 of duty in Belgium on January 8, 1945. Jefferson street. beloved husband of PRIVATE JAMES CHARLES MEYER.

the late Katherine Scrani (nee Dragbeloved son of James J. and the late onetti). Helen A. Buxbaum Meyer, of 927 W. Funeral from Philip Herwig Sons Lombard street.

Relatives friends Funeral Home. 2024 Orleans street, 011 are respectfully invited to call at the Wednesday at 8.30 A.M. Requiem above residence on Monday April, 11, High Mass at St. Andrew's Church at after 7.30 P.M. 9 A.M.

Interment in Holy Redeemer Funeral on Wednesday April 13 at Cemetery. 12e 9.30 A.M. Solemn Requiem Mass at St. SEAGER. -On April 9.

1949. at the home Peter's Church at 10 A.M. Interment of her granddaughter. Mrs. William in New Cathedral Cemetery 12e Langley, 200 Kennedy Court.

LoutsMILLER. -On April 10, 1949. Keswick HATTIE road. ville, SARAH STONE. beloved ELIZABETH.

of 3111 wife of the late James Seager. Friend: wife of the late Moses C. Miller, form- may call at William J. Tickner erly of Ephrata, beloved sister of Sons, North and Pennsylvania aveMr. Charles C.

Wagner, of Baltimore, nues. after 4 P. M. on Tuesday. and beloved aunt of Mrs.

Kathleen Funeral services will be held on Boone and Mr. E. Ross Wagner, of Wednesday at 2 P.M. Interment ir. Baltimore: Mr.

Warren Miller. of Baltimore Cemetery. 13 Hershey, and Mrs. Carrie Reif- on April 11, 1949, snyder, of Lititz, Pa. Former member MICHAEL, aged 3 years and 8 of Rebeccah Lodge, of York, and a months, beloved son of Michael and member of Aisquith Street Presby- Helen Sekora (nee Jonzak).

terian Church. Remains may be Services at his grandparents' home, viewed at the Chenoweth Funeral 311 South Madeira street. on WednesHome. 3615-17 Chestnut avenue, until day morning at 8.30 o'clock. Angel 8 30 P.M.

Tuesday, April 12. Mass at St. Patrick's Church at 9 Services at the Walter W. Futer o'clock. Interment in Sacred Heart Funeral Home.

662 Linden avenue, Cemetery. 13e York, on Wednesday, April 13, at SERIO. On April 11, 1949, FRANK 2 P. M. Interment in Greenmount SERIO, beloved husband of Gertrude Cemetery.

York. Pa. 12e Serio (nee Walston). 14e April 11, 1949, at his Funeral from his late residence. home, 942 Poplar Grove street, JOHN 107 Mallow Hill road, on Thursday beloved husband of Ella V.

Miller morning at 11 A. M. Interment in (nee Cannon), and father of Mrs. Mount Olivet Cemetery. Stuart A.

Cousins and Mrs. Leslie on April 9, 1949. Eskridee. 13e WILLIAM beloved husband of the Funeral services will be held at Wil- late Carrie Short (nee Porter). 11am J.

Tickner Sons. North and Funeral services will be held at the Pennsylvania avenues, on Thursday at Loring Byers Home. 5005 Park Heights 2 P.M. Interment in Cedar Hill Ceme- avenue, on Wednesday at 10.30 A. M.I tery.

Interment in Western Cemetery. 13 DEATHS (3) On April 8, 1949, at the restdence of her daughter, Mrs. W. I. Hatfield, Old Annapolis road, Ellicott City, FRANKIE M.

(nee Peters). Funeral from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Edward Fogle, St. John's lane, Ellicott City, on Tuesday at 2 P.M. Interment in Good Shepherd Cemetery, 12e On April 9, 1949, MARY A (nee Yager), beloved wife of George Elmer Spittel, of 5513 Willys avenue.

Halethorpe. Funeral from the Parlors of F. Wippert Son, Baltimore and Monroe streets, on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery, 12e in Germany on April 28, 1945, PRIVATE JOHN of 3445 Mayfield avenue. beloved husband of Mary Naomi Staigerwald.

Funeral from John A. Moran's Funeral Home. 3000 East Baltimore street, corner of Potomac, on Wednesday, April 13 at 11 A. M. Friends may call on Monday after 3 P.

M. Interment in Oaklawn Cemetery. 13 STRICKER. On January 11. 1945, in action at Forbach, France, 2ND LIEUT.

EDWARD L. STRICKER, of 1410 West Pratt street, beloved husband of Catherine N. Stricker (nee Nicholson), and devoted son of Mrs. Helen A. Stricker (nee Goonan) and the late William S.

Stricker. Friends may call at the Walters Funeral Home, Pratt and Stricker streets. on Wednesday, April 13, from 3 until 10 P. M. Funeral Thursday morning, April 14, at 11 o'clock.

Interment in New Cathedral Cemetery. 13e April 11, 1949, ALICE L. (NORA), nee Conner, of 4606 Ritchie highway, aged 75 years, beloved wife of the late Robert F. Sylvia, and mother of Mrs. Wm.

O. Faulkner, Mrs. Walter Stevenson, Mrs. Raymond E. Albert, and Mrs.

Leroy H. Smink, Jr. (Va.) papers please Funeral services at the Wm. Cook Mansion, St. Paul and Preston streets, on Friday at 1.30 P.

M. Interment in Cedar Hill Cemetery. 14e On April 11, 1949, WILLIAM of 4810 Holder avenue, beloved husband of Louise Crum Talbott. Funeral from Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home, 5305 Harford road, on Thursday at 2 P.

M. Interment in Druid Ridge Cemetery. 14e -On April 10, 1949. NICHOLAS HARRY. beloved husband late Millie Cordelia Toomey.

Funeral from his home, 136 South Augusta avenue, on Wednesday at 2 P. M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. 13e special communication of Pythagoras Lodge No. 123, A.

F. A. will be held An. Wednesday, April 13, 1949, at 1 P. at the Masonic Temple for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late Brother, NICHOLAS H.

TOOMEY. G. STANLEY LARRIMORE, 13 Worshipful Master. TROTTON. April 10, 1949, at her home.

1532 Park avenue, CLARA beloved daughter of the late Benjamin and Ellen Trotton. Funeral services will be held at William J. Tickner Sons, North and Pennsylvania avenues, on Wednesday at 3.30 P. M. Interment in Greenmount Cemetery.

13e WAGNER. On April 12, 1949. LAWRENCE P. beloved husband of the Inte Margaret Wagner (nee Neuschafer). Funeral from his late residence, 2614 East Fairmount avenue, on Friday at 10 A.M.

Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery. 15 Post No. 6, American Legion of sincerely regrets the passing of LEGIONNAIRE GILBERT and extends its deepest sympathy to his family. Post Members are requested to take due notice thereof. 12e EDWIN A.

SNYDER, Commander. April 9, 1949, HAROLD WILSON. beloved husband of Helen McGowan Wilson. Funeral from his home. 56 Yorkway, Dundalk, on Wednesday at 2 P.M.

Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery. (nee Skipper), aged 81 years, WINSLOW. -On April 4 9, 1949. ELLAS Greenhill avenue, beloved wife of the late Fredrick W. Winslow and beloved mother of Dora E.

McCaig and Annie L. Glen. Services at the Dipple Bros. Funeral Home, 7110 Belair road, on Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock. Interment in Woodlawn Cemetery.

12e of April 11. 1949. GEORGE, of 226 Cross street. beloved husband of Mary Yaskowich. 13e Funeral from the John A.

Grebliauckes. Jr. Funeral Home, 5 South Paca street, on Thursday at 9.15 A. M. Requiem Mass at Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church, 1723 East Fairmount avenue, at 10 o'clock.

Interment in Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Cemetery, Elkridge, Md April 10, 1949. HENRY. of 2530 Ashland avenue, beloved husband of the late Anna Hajek Zavadil phine and Stefan. dear Mrs. father of Mrs.

Hradsky. Jose- Mr. Henry Zavadil, Ananda Mr. Louis Zavadil. Funeral from the Schimunek Funeral Home, 2601 East Madison street.

on Wednesday at 8.15 A. M. Requiem High Mass at St. Wenceslaus Church at 9 A. M.

Interment in Holy Redeemer Cemetery. 12e June ZIOLKOWSKI. 25. 1944. Normandy.

SERGEANT LUDWIK France beloved son of Martha Ziolkowski (nee Kaminski), and the late John Ziolkowski. Residence, 1723 Wilkens 13 avenue. Funeral from John M. Weber Funeral Home, 403 South Chester street. Wednesday.

April 13. at 9.15 A. M. Requiem High Mass at St. Benedict's Church, at 10 o'clock.

Interment in Baltimore National Cemetery. CEMETERIES AND LOTS (6) PARKWOOD NATURE'S OWN CATHEDRAL Baltimore's Most Beautiful Burial Estate Memorial Park and Monument Perpetual Sections. Public Mausoleum. Chapel. care.

Nonsectarian. Free bus Sunday. Executive Offices 3310 Taylor av. HA.0588 GLEN HAVEN MEMORIAL PARK Located on Ritchie Highway at Glen Burnte 4-Grave Lots. $65 and up Glen Burnie 495 or Belmont 0727.

LORRAINE PARK Beautifully developed lots. Reasonably priced. Permanent entombment VE. in 1838 Lor. raine Mausolcum.

Phone Woodlawn 49. BALTIMORE CEMETERY Beautiful memorial monument or lawn sec tions. Reasorably priced. Nonsectarian North cast of Gay St. 1101.

DRUID RIDGE CEMETERY PIKESVILLE Executive offices. 505 Cathedral st. LE. 6838 Office Cemetery, FO. 4545, Pikes.

139. MORELAND MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY 3806 Harford Rd. HA. 1337 OAK LAWN CEMETERY dedicated to those who care. 7225 EASTERN AVE.

Phone Essex 5, WOODLAWN CEMETERY Office FO. 6600. Woodlawn. Md. MONUMENTS.

VAULTS. ETC SINCE 1855 HENRY MERKEL, INC. 3534 FREDERICK AVE. G1. 4075 The Original Firm Wm.

A. GAULT Son 505 Park Ave. VErnor 5134. LOST AND FOUND (8. too late to classify appear on Page 2.

Young girl's. lost in Kresge's, Park Lexington Sts. Keen money. Please return wallet with pictures. HA.

3250. Tickner Funerals $97 to $1995 For guidance consult this list of 1,000 consecutive adult Tickner services, as selected by past patrons. 201 Services Cost 97, up to $263. 290 Services Cost $274, up to $397. 314 Services Cost $423, up to $5.40.

195 Services Cost $560, up to $1995. NOTE: Operating costs are spread over more than 1000 7U- nerals each year, and the resulting savings are shared with patrons in the form of substantially lower prices. Wm. J. Tickner Sons Call LAfayette 4321 North and Pennsylvania Aves.

LOST AND FOUND CAR- Child's large red pedal. Saturday nite. area Tunbridge York Rds. TU. 2792 after 6 P.

M. CAT -Large gray Persian, female, lost in vicinity of Irvington, Call LO. 6342. CHANGE PURSE Tan suede with ladies' Gotham watch money. Lost vic.

Lexington Howard St. Rewd. MA. 8239-W. DOG Hound.

Black tan, male, lost at Middle River. Last seen on Back River Neck near Josehana, Reward. Essex 237 JEWELRY- 3 pieces valuable diamond elry. in handkerchief in 10th, or about Mount Royal Station. April Substantial reward.

Box 11039, Sun. KEY CASE Red zipper. Lost vic. of Collington Chester Sts. Reward.

BE. 5178. PACKAGE--Photographs. necklace. etc.

Lost on No. 8 or 1 bus, LO, 8255. Reward, RING- -Man's square cut ruby, lost vicinity Herring Run Pk. Reward. CL.

2900. RING LOST- -Man's gold ring. crest cut in bloodstone, Reward. Box 11040. Sun.

RINGS-(1) Diamond cluster in octagon setting with center ruby, (1) 3 rubies 4 diamonds. Gold setting. Liberal reward. TU. 2753.

SUITCASE Lost in woods nr. Middle River bus stop. Reward. Phone Essex 1184-M TOP COAT. Gabardine, man's.

lost in Plumbers Hall, Harford Ave. LI. 6656. WALLET- downtown area. Valuable papers.

Finder keep money but please return contents. Phone HA. 8631. WATCH (Man's) -Mido. Ex.

G.I. Sentimental value. Given by parents before going overseas. Reward. Ve.

5874-M. WATCH Wrist. Lady's. White gold. 4 monds.

Lost downtown April 1st. Liberal reward. MO. 7122. WRIST WATCH-Majestic.

lost between Harve de Grace Balto. on Penna. R.R. train. Engraved S.

w. Stank. U.S.N.. 9248726. Call Mr Stank or Pat Owen 1801 Ramsay St.

GI. 7981. WRIST WATCH diamonds. Lost vic. Baltimore.

Charles. Saratoga. Liberal reward. Evergreen 1138-M. SPECIAL NOTICES (9) RADIOS REPAIRED IN YOUR HOME RADIO HOSPITAL Call GIlmor 6328 WILL MAKE slip covers with your material or call with samples.

CH. 6307. PERSONALS (11; I WILL not be responsible for any debts unless contracted by myself. JAMES J. STEEVER 304 BAYSIDE DRIVE WILL NOT be responsible for any debts unless contracted by myself.

ROLLIN W. BRIGHT. 3616 SPAULDING AVENUE NOT be responsible for any debts unless contracted by myself. IVAN E. STAUFFER.

5929 BERTRAM AVENUE. Don't Delay Call Us Today For BUILDING REMODELING REPAIRS Interior Decorating Apartment Conversions Our Specialty. CONVENIENT MONTHLY PAYMENTS 20 Years' Experience In Prompt And Reliable Work MODERN BUILDING CO. CONTRACTORS BUILDERS 1621 JOHN ST. MA 4530-0716.

Nites: MO. 4231, BE. 4201, Dundalk 1765. Make Us "ONE" Of 'The "THREE" You Call For Estimates! EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS Alterations Tile Carpentry Linoleum Cementing Papering Club Cellars Plumbing Electrical Painting DELANEY HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. 336 Whitridge Ave.

BE. 9132. PAINTING PAINTING DONE RIGHT NOW--LOWEST PRICES Papering. We do any job. large or small Only the best paint and workmanship.

20 Years' Experience- COTTAGES WALLPAPER STEAMED OFF Terms low as $5 per month. Call any time. WI. 5379. LO 9445.

BUILD--REMODEL Free Estimates Easy Terms WILLARD CONSTRUCTION CO. BR. 2651 FURNITURE Refinished Repaired Complete restyling service available. Free Decorative finishes our specialty CUSTOM WORK- EXPERT CRAFTSMEN Le. 3956.

A. WILLIAMS CONTRACTOR BUILDER Repairing. remodeling. acoustic ceilings. club cellar.

6910 5th Dundalk 22. Dundalk 2849-M. STOP WORRYING ABOUT Home Improvements. Let us take care of your complete job. small or large.

We guarantee satisfaction. Small monthly payments if desired. Call LI. 7087 or Essex 1956-J. ATTENTION--For Fabricating.

Shearing Repairing or Welding Services. Prompt attention given to all size orders. Call L. S. Welding Company.

Steel Fabri cators. 2401-11 Homewood Ave. BE 3460-61. FIREPLACES Brickwork. Flagstone Terraces.

Garages. ANASTASI. after 6. HO. 4669.

REPAIR OF ALTERATIONS MR. HUNTER. ARBUTUS 2046 PAPERHANGING, $10 UP CREDIT CALL MO 2005 OR MO 3773. CARPENTER AND BUILDER REPAIRING AND REMODELING a specialty. CARL BECKER.

Call after 6.30 HOME IMPROVEMENT Anything from the cellar to roof Terms. Night or day. Call SO. 1227. ROOMS PAPERED, $8 UP H.

THOMPSON. 3315 ELBERT ST LONG WOOD 7251. G1. 0985 HOME IMPROVEMENTS REST CONTRACTING CO GILMOR 1488 Nite Gi. 4294-R.

Ha, 4514, Cat. 1913 METAL GARAGES Small Monthly Payments PHILLIP ENG 1200 Macon St. PE. 6050. TILE WORK FREE ESTIMATES.

BR. 1046. FLOORS LAID. SANDED. REFINISHED LEROY HILTE.

1712 Crystal ave. BR. 1379 or Essex 2121-J-1, VENETIANS CLEANED FREE with retaping jobs. New blinds. painting.

repairing Hamilton Ven. Blind Service. HA. 9214 PAPERHANGING, $10 UP Anthony W. Buchner.

LA. 2579. GARAGES built. carpenter repairs, cement all kinds. Special driveways.

Cash credit, CATALANO BR. 4372. FIRE ESCAPES Fabricated- Erected Repaired JOHN MATTHAI CO Elkridee 555 PLASTERING Patching HO. 6142: night. TU.

2778 WASHING MACHINES. VAC. CLEANERS. Work guar. Pickup delivered PIX-IT SHOP.

1732 Harford ave. MU. 0859. FLOORS Sanded or Finished. Reas.

rates DOTTERWEICH WHITEHURST. Blvd. 1534-R or Blvd, 1112-J. Work guaranteed CARPENTRY- -CL. 1247 ALBERT H.

OYEMAN, F. A. TERMS PAINT. ROOFING. SIDING- General contracting.

Best work materials. Call LA. 5279. HOWARD J. HAIRSINE.

PAPERHANGER, VETERAN Thompson. Guaranteed Work. LA. 8024 housecleaning. walls washed.

cellars whitewashed, firs. cleaned and waxed. W. J. Smith, GI.

2493-W. FLOOR SANDING FINISHING- $15 a room. Quick service. LO. 8514.

W. HOLT. HARTFORD DECORATORS Painting. perhanging, plastering. HA.

9803. PAPERHANGING-Wall scraping, done immediately. Free estimates. FO. 8794.

PLASTERING- ARCHES A SPECIALTY 1305 N. Longwood St. WI. 6095 ROPING. GUTTERS SPOUTING do the work myself.

Ed. Jones. LE. 8896. GARAGES -Concrete block.

Concrete I Ga rage Co. Free est. 24-hr. serv. PL.

1500 FLOORS SANDED LIKE NEW COURTNEY GI. 6565. HEATING PLANTS (All Types) Certified welding. Robert Heating Co. WI.

6142. CARPENTERS- Repair work and altera tions. stairways club cellars. MO. 2426 PAINTING--Interior and exterior.

home OT commercial. Cash or terms. HA 8865 PLASTERING MU. 4269 REPAIRS ALTERATIONS PERING-PAINTING. Mo.

6611. PAPERHANGING Reasonable rate and prompt service. J. O'TOOLE. CH.

5797. STORM WINDOWS. aluminum self-storing. estimates. LOngwood 3114, PLASTERING, Sa.

CEMENT 3274. Free WORK. estimates. ReasonBRICK. BLOCK STONE WORK.

Call Mr. Bridges. BR. 7624. TOP SOIL, FLAGSTONE- Seeding, shrub bery, landscaping, fill dirt, RI.

2351-M FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING-25 vears' experience. E. B. Charles. CL.

0797 FLOOR SANDING Refinishing. old new work. E. Parker. HA.

4946. HA. 6819. TOILETS- New. Will install.

No down payment. 3 yrs. to pay. OR. 5050, LA.

1959. CALL MILTON CONTRACTING CO for papering and painting. HA. 2475 FLOOR SANDING Finishing. New floors installed.

W. Williams. CL. 4785. CARPENTRY.

Partitions. Porches. Steps. Odd jobs a specialty. Ed.

2854-J. CARPENTRY. Masonry and Concrete Work A ROSELLINI BLVD 1203-W CARPENTRY. home improvements of all kinds Phone Wilkens 0373 STONE Concrete Work done. JOSEPH PISTORI.

1040 N. Luzerne ave. BR. 8825. PAPERHANGING-Reasonable.

Hart. 2640 Aisauith St CH 0916 WALL SCRAPING BY STEAM, $6 UP HARRY ADAMS LONGWOOD 3013 THE EVENING SUN, PERSONALS (11 CALL CONTINENTAL Modern Kitchens Interior Decorating HEATING PLANTS HOT WATER--HOT AIR SEE THE NEW DIAMOND TILT TYPE ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS Baltimore's Largest for Lowest Prices HOME REPAIRS AND ROOFING Pay Little as $5 MONTHLY NEXT JUNE Tiling Papering Heating WE Archways Painting HANDLE Stairways Plumbing THE Carpentry Plastering WHOLE Insulation Cementing JOB Remodeling Apartment Oil Burners Electric Work Porch, Enclosures Hardwood Floors Weatherstripping We, thing guarantee like it. you Phone have for never home seen any us stration. or step in our showrooms. ALSO SEE ROLLAGLASS Aluminum storm windows for outswinging casem*nts windows.

FREE ESTIMATES DAY OR NIGHT CONTINENTAL HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. 217 CALVERT ST. LEXINGTON 7200 Nights, Sundays. Holidays, Phone LI. 1411.

LI. 3218. LI. 4748. FO.

3977 NO MATTER WHAT OTHERS PROMISE YOU ALWAYS GET A BETTER JOB AT LOWER COST WITH GENERAL HOME IMPROVEMENTS OF ALL KINDS HEATING PLANTS IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION Aluminum Storm Windows Free Estimates, Day or Night FIRE LOSSES ADJUSTED GENERAL CONTRACTING CO. 915-31 PARK AVE. VE. 0800. OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST -MODERNIZE-REMODEL- REPAIRPhone ORLEANS 8750 Jolly Will Give ere You 6 to 36 Months Pay FREE ESTIMATE ON ALL TYPES OF WORK Let Our Estimators Help You With Your Planning WM.

H. JOLLY, INC. 15-17-19 N. CENTRAL AVE. CALL TODAY FOR FREE ESTIMATE ON ALL TYPES OF HOME REPAIR Carpentry Kitchens Plumbing Linoleum Papering Redecorating Painting We handle the whole job on very easy monthly payments.

CALL THE H. S. BUILDING CO. TODAY MULBERRY 6546 UTILIZE, appearing your stairway--attics Jet us install finished a into -painting. papering.

club cellars. aluminum storm sash. weatherstripping. all types of home improvements. Easy terms.

ROGERS HOME CO. 614 Northern Pkwy. IMPROVEMENT 0174. HOME IMPROVEMENTS Alterations. additions.

Remodeling. BROS. CONTRACTORS MO 5622 LI. 7195 LINCOLN IMPROVEMENTS BETTER- PROMPT- REASONABLE VE. 4599.

NIGHTS. MO. 7165. HOME IMPROVEMENTS ANYTHING WENDELL HOME INC. BE 4196, Blvd.

1742. Armiger 320-J-3 PAINTING PAINTING. PAPERING-37 yrs. exp. Cottages.

Interiors. Fronts. Spray. Terms. Lowest prices in town.

Earl's. ED. 3472. RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL ELECTRICAL WIRING FOR BETTER SAFER WIRING CALL A. M.

ELECTRIC TU. 3512. ROOMS PAPERED OR PAINTED, $7 UP HOME REPAIRS, BEST WORK EASY TERMS SIR THOMAS 100 W. 25th St. BE.

2670. Eves, MA, 9137-J HOME IMPROVEMENTS Let Us Estimate- Cheaper Better FAYETTE CONSTRUCTION CO. MA. 6530 Cash and Credit. EASY TERMS PLUMBING HEATING MU.

8038. 638 WASHINGTON BLVD Night: LExington 1641. H. MEDLAR. INC.

PAINTING Interior, exterior, cottage, front. side walls. Reas. MU. 4193.

Sagging Springs in FURNITURE REPAIRED in your home. No mess. MA. 8519-M. HAVE US CHECK AND CLEAN YOUR JEWELRY NO CHARGE ANTON HORVAT 338 N.

Charles St. Loose Diamonds Tightened While You Walt PAPERHANGING $10 UP C. WHEELER GLEN BURNIE 1528-R Roof Leak? Phone BE. 8023 ENTERPRISE ROOFING CO ROOMS PAPERED, $10 UP J. BRADY G1, 4915-R.

PAINTING. interior exterior. No Job too large or too small. MARSHALL STEHLE. TU.

0313. ED, 3472, SEWING MACHINES Any make repaired. Phone Mu. 5500: bonded service man will call. MAY CO.

FLOORS sanded. refinished. 20 exp Best for less. OR. 4188: 11 no answer.

call PE. 6777, L. G. Rebhan, Thank you PAPERHANGING by $8 and up per rm. Also painting.

Guaranteed work, Prompt service, CH: 0775, FURNITURE REFINISHED REPAIRED Upholstered furniture cleaned. recovered. CADDEN, 312 W. Biddle St. SA.

8846 VACUUM CLEANERS REPAIRED Parts of all kinds. Free tests. SA. 1356. MILLER APPLIANCES, 319 W.

MULBERRY PAPERHANGING, $10 UP BROWN BROS. TUX. 4847. REFRIGERATOR REPAIRING- -All makes. Doll Lewis.

Inc. GI. 0978 Nights. WI. 3126.

FLOOR SANDERS EDGERS FOR RENT HARRISON 2306 Wash. Blvd. Gilmor 4194. FLOORS SANDED LIKE NEW HARDWOOD FLOORS LAID CALL DAY OR NITE. COURTNEY.

GI. 6565 PAPERING PAINTING E. K. ROUDABUSH. MO.

9265. GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING -Walls washed. painting Interior exterior Kem-tone. H. WASHINGTON, SA.

0368 FLOOR SANDING FINISHING, 4c. up. Work guaranteed. CL. 5139.

John Holt. PAINTING REPAIRING -Reas. prices. Call J. Lewis.

Evergreen 1204-W. PLASTIC WALL TILE- -Asphalt floor tile installed. Terms. CL. WALL SCRAPING by steam.

Paperhanging K. D. THOMAS. CL. 4782, SEWING MACHINES repaired.

Work guar M. Howard. 2009 Callow Ave. LA. 2940 RADIOS repaired in your home.

RADIO HOSPITAL, Call Gilmor 6328 any time. FLOORS sanded refinished. New floors laid. Prices right, OWINGS, FO. 2195.

LIFETIME GUARANTEED ROOF SERVICE BE. 3559. GI. 0702-R. HO.

3453 day nite. PREVOSTO Additions, Cement Cellars. Stucco, Stone and Brick Work. WI. 7339.

DRESS MAKING and Alterations done at home. LA. 0732. LET US do your home improvements of all types. Wm.

K. Harris. MO. 7372. PLUMBING AND HEATING BARR.

Reg. Plumber OR. 5181 PAPERHANGING- Quality work. reasonable prices, Jorgensen Bros. Wolfe 2932-J.

SINKS. YOUNGSTOWN $75 UP. GLOBE IMP. CO. HOPKINS 0220.

ROOMS PAPERED Reas. No delay. W. STRIGLE. LO.

9491, BRICK WORK HA. 4956. WIRING- Fire alarms, service pipes. repairs. 1820 Harford ave.

MUlberry 2392. Tuesday, April 12, 1949 37 Produce APPLES -Mkt. abt. stdy. Offerings light Eastern.

Bu. U.S. No. 1. Itomes, in.

up. 4.75: Albemarle Pippins, in. up, in. $4.25. AVOCADOS flats, 245-30s.

5.50. GRA wirebound boxes, Duncans. 465-80s. $2.75 36s, $2.50: all sizes. fair Marsh Seedless 808 and larger.

$3.50 3.75. ORANGES- wirebound boxes. 17654 $4.755: 126s. few higher; 1505. .75.

STRAWBERRIES -Mkt. weaker. Per 30c. pint: Missionarys, 25- 1 24-pt. Kionmores.

38 -40c. VEGETABLES weaker. Doz. bun. Jumbos.

$9-10: Ex. Select. 18.258.50. few higher: Select. $8 8.50; Ex.

Fancy. Fancy. $7. loose. $8.

8.C., Colossal. $55.50: Fancy. $4.50 -5: Choice. few higher. BEANS -Mkt.

abt. stdy. bu. hpr. fair to gen.

good qual. String. Black few best high as $5. BEANS -Mkt. slightly weaker.

bu. $4- 4.50; ord. to fair $2 CABBAGE Mkt. barely stdy. Bu.

packed locally. Rounds. 65 75c. poorer. 25c.

60-75c, S.C.. 75c. N.C. Wakefield. 65c.

S.C.. crts. Round, $1.50. CARROTS bu. topped.

washed, mostly around $1. CORN (GREEN) -Mkt. sigihtly weaker. Fla. wirebound crts.

Yellow. 6 fair $2.50. Mkt. dull. bu.

some waxed. few best. fair $4 poorer low as $2. EGGPLANT- -Mkt. abt.

stdy. bu. med. to large, few best. $3.

ESCAROLE -Mkt. slightly weaker. 16-at. 75-80c. GREENS -Bu, near-by collards.

few higher. Kale. some low as 20c. Turnip Tops. 65-85c.

Rape. Prepackaged 12 10-oz. cellophane bags kale. $1.50. MUSHROOMS 3-lb.

$1 1.40: pints. 20- ONIONS (GREEN) -Near-by, per bunch. per bunch. few PARSNIPS -Near-by and bkts. and PEPPERS -Mkt.

si. weaker. bu. bkts. Wonders.

4: smaller and fair other bull-nose type. small to poorer $1.50. POTATOES- old: Mkt. dull. sacks U.S.

1s. mostly Size A unless otherwise stated). Katandins. 50-lb. paper sacks.

$1.90. N.Y.. Katahdins. few $3.65: U.S. com'1.

$2.25 2.50. RADISHES Red: 16-at. 30 75-90c. bu. 72 bun.

75c. 8.C., bu. 72 $1. S.C.. wirebound erts.

72 bunches. $1.25. RHUBARB- Near-by. per bunch. 8-12c.

RUTABAGAS -Near-by. 50c. SPINACH--Mkt. sl. weaker.

Bu. Savoy: 75c- $1. Prepackaged cellophane bags 12, 10 $1.80. SQUASH-Mkt. abt.

stdy. Fla. offerings light. bu. flat white.

small to some larger low as $2,50. SWEET POTATOES -Mkt. dull. Offerings light. Bu.

U.S. No. 1. Goldens. W.

Yams. N.J.. bu. hot. Jerseys.

U.S. No. 1. processed. $3.50 3.75.

TOMATOES- -Repacks cartons 10 aDDrOX. 1-lb. boxes. 3s 4s. mostly 45.

$1.50 2. poorer. $1.25: 55. TURNIPS- Supplies insufficient to quote. EGGS Market about steady, Recints moderate, Demand rood.

Wholesale selling large. 52- 54c. few higher: A. mediums. B.

large. current ceipts, ungraded. 43 -45c. few high as 47c. Recepits- -Butter.

21,910 pounds; 2.424 cases. LIVE POULTRY Market dull. Trading light. Receipts liberal. many carried.

Wholesale seling prices. per FOWL pound, FRYERS in 3 Colored. pounds Batimore: a 40 and up. 33-35c. 45c.

mostly 43- lightweights (Leghorns), supplies insufficient to quote. PULLETS- pounds and up. 44-45c. Dr. Rasmussen Good Friday Speaker The Rev.

Carl C. Rasmussen, D.D., of the Lutheran Theological Seminary, Gettysburg, will speak at a special devotional service at 3 P.M. Good Friday at the Second English Lutheran Church, Lombard and Greene streets. WHY NOT INVEST YOUR MONEY AT to Our report "THE ELECTRIC POWER UTILITY STOCKS ARE STEADY INCOME PRODUCERS AND ARE CURRENTLY UNDERVALUED" with information on six specific recommendations is available and without obligationequest Write, phone or come in today for your copy of EP-17! LExington 3400 John C. Long Ca Established 1899 Member N.

Y. Stock Exchange 22 LIGHT STREET BALTIMORE 3, MD. Everything in Office Furniture: Wood Steel Desks, all types Chairs Safes Lockers Filing Cabinets Bookshelves Philco Air Conditioning Units Let us style your office. American OFFICE EQUIPMENT (.309 N. Calvert St.

LE. 7529-7530) We Negotiate FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS Substantial Industrial Loans--Or Capital For New Plants Expansions Equipment Working Capital The Industrial Corporation Baltimore Life Building G. Harvey Porter, Vice Pres. SAratoga 3100 FRUIT PERSONALS (11) HOME REPAIRS SAVE WINTER PRICES IN EFFECT JOHNS-MANVILLE GUILD MEMBER No Money Down Pay As Monthly Free Estimate--Day or Night Stone Roofing Brick Spouting Cement NO JOB Skylight Heating TOO SMALL Carpentry Painting TOO LARGE Plastering Plumbing Elec. Work Remodeling Kitchen Units.

Shingling Floor Sanding Oil Burners Club Basem*nts Metal Ceilings Hardwood Floors Paperhanging Weatherstripping All Work Guaranteed COLUMBIA ROOFING CO. 1532 N. GAY STREET Peabody 6600-6601-6602 TU. 7177. TU.

6297, WO. 6008-R Nights-Sundays-Holidays WANTS 1121 I'LL PAY CASH AS I BUY CALL BLIVESS. LA. 4259. TOP Prices paid for modern or antique furniture.

bedroom. dining. living room. kitchen furniture. baby grand pianos.

table-top gas range. sewing machines, Oriental domestic rugs. oil paintings. bric-a-brac. antiques.

China, curios, bisque ornaments, vases. cut glass. old gold and silver-plated ware, antique and modern jewelry. safes office furniture. Estates and stocks of any kind.

Diamonds and old coins. No lots too large or too small. Will call at once. CALL BLIVESS. LA.

4259. 1203 W. AVE. NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS. LA.

4259. CALL ME H. BARNES SARATOGA 4668 Calls answered in 30 minutes. Top prices paid for Bedroom, Dining Room. Living Room, Kitchen Furniture, Table-top Gas Ranges.

Refrigerators, Antiques, Oriental and Domestic Rugs, Bric-a-Brac. China. Curios, Oil Paintings, Washing Machines. Office Equipment, Silver and Gold. Also Antique and Modern Jewelry and Diamonds.

Glassware. Upright and Baby Grand Pianos, Radios. Sewing Machines. Bisque Ornaments. Vases and Cut Glass.

No lot too large or too small. 844 NORTH HOWARD ST. Nights and Sundays call LA. 2122, CALL JAY NOW- LEXINGTON 4062 pay cash for your furniture. All calls answered at your convenience.

Sell us yourDining Room -Living Room Bedroom and Kitchen Furniture Table-top Gas Ranges Singer Sewing Machines Washing Machines -Pianos Electric and Ice Boxes Rugs- Sofa Beds Studio Couches Secretaries Maple Living Room Suites Single Pieces Entire Lots CALL JAY- -LEXINGTON 4062 TOP PRICES PAID FOR FURNITURE Bedroom Dining Room Kitchen Living Room Rugs Oil. Coal. Gas Stoves Pianos Washing Machines Curios Sewing Machines Paintings Refrigerators Vases Antique Furniture China Marble-Top Furniture Silverware Ornaments PLAZA ,5 5744 OR MR. ALLEN, 714 W. BALTIMORE ST.

HAND OPERATED COFFEE GRINDER WITH ADJUSTABLE CUTTER. CALL MU. 4625 BETWEEN 9 5. Recommended by CALLAHAN. AucMR.

tioneers, will buy large or small lots of modern and antique furniture. diamonds and jewelry, silverware, ornaments and art objects, libraries, boats and personal effects. Collections such as firearms, etc. or stocks merchandise. WO.

9425. Nights. MA. 8597-W. Address 3000 East Preston Street.

HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR Dining Room Chinaware Bedroom Silverware Kitchen Pianos Living Room Ornaments Gas Ranges Vases Antiques Marble-Top Furn. LEE'S. 543 N. Chester St. BR.

4837 I NEED YOUR FURNITURE Best prices for your dining room. bedrooms, dinette. living room. gas ranges. odd pieces.

etc. CALL MR. GREENE-VE. 5337. 808 Greenmount Ave.

VE. 5337. FURNITURE MODERN AND ANTIQUE Will pay high cash prices. Will call 1m- mediately. Silver, domestic and Oriental rugs.

Ornaments. Large and small Lots. Good prices. P. FOXMAN.

2902 CLIFTON AVENUE. WIlkens 1305 BUY ANYTHING of value from entire household lots to a single piece. Modern or antique. China. class.

silverware clothing. etc. Liberal prices. Courteously treated. Call Baker.

WO. 9425. CASH FOR FURNITURE Kitchen Gas Ranges Bedroom Call Lewis Washing Machines Dining Room EA. 2686 Antiques FULLY equipped photographic processing plant can do complete professional finishing for professional photographers High quality work assured. Write Box 10457.

Sun. CALL MR. RICHARDS- 7943 FOR IMMEDIATE CASH REMOVAL Furniture, sets odd pieces. Table-top gas ranges. etc.

ALL USED FURNITURE WILL BRING YOU MONEY E. 748 N. GAY ST. BR. 4636.

WANT TO BUY stocks and fixtures of stores of all kinds. Also job lots. CALLAHAN. 3000 E. Preston Street.

Wolfe 9425. OLD DIME NOVELS dated prior to 1929. "Fame Fortune." "King Brady' Also books in general. Mr. Meyers.

9280. ANTIQUE, furniture about 100 old. china, feather beds. Highest price. Krout, 2701 Cold Spring Lane, MO.

3774. I BUY EVERYTHING STICKMAN'S. 1378 W. North ave. Ma.

9764 PAWN TICKETS -DIAMONDS LIVINGSTON 501 E. Baltimore Cor, Gay. SA. 0262 Furniture All Kinds Wanted High Prices Pald. 8A.

7594. Nite. MO, 0867. CASH for your junk pile, all kinds of scrap iron metals, Junk autos wrecking. Pickup service.

Call day or nite CL. 4325. CASH for machinery. motors. power and hand tools.

918 E. Pratt St. PL. 5288. WE BUY FURNITURE anything of value, Call Louis.

LA. 6494. MA. 1583-J. PIANOS- -Spot cash.

Careful removal. REED PIANO CO, 29 W. Sa. MEN'S USED CLOTHING Highest prices paid. MU.

4846 or L1. 1762, DIAMONDS, ANTIQUES. GOLD BOUGHT Medinger. 206 W. Saratoga, LE.

6860. WE BUY used clothing household articles of all kinds, Call Mr. Benjamin. Po. FURNITURE WANTED ALL KINDS FOR APTS.

MA. 9740. BRASS. copper. silver.

glass. bric-a-brac. paintings. furniture. LEx.

8284. SEWING MACHINES WANTED ALL KINDS, TOP PRICES PAID MA. 2380 REFRIGERATORS -Electric. resardiess of condition. GL.

1044 BATH TUBS. Toilets, Radiators. Furnaces. Tools, Motor BE GOLD. Silver.

Jewelry bought. Good prices. CARL SCHON. 109 W. Sarator: TOP PRICES -Paid for furniture and pianos, Call Mr.

Bill. SA. 7704 1. E. 9229.

DIAMONDS. Antiques. Gold bought. D. Komins Co.

100 N. Liberty 2nd fir PIANOS -Small upright, baby grand. Spot cash, Kunkel. 113 W. Saratoga PL 5497 PRIVATE PARTY wants cut glass, washing machine marble table.

vase 1005 SITUATION WANTED- HOUSEHOLD (13) GIRL (COL.) WISHES DAY'S WORK. $4 CARFARE. HO. 8035. GIRL.

(col.) week. La. wishes 0721. general house work. 5 GIRL wishes general housework.

5- day week. LO. 1501. GIRL clerk in tailor shop or cleaners. refs.

1534 Harlem Ave. GIRL (Col.) wants day's work. Fri. MA. 1386-J.

GIRL (Col.) wants work 5 days a week. MA. 5824-W. GIRL (col.) wishes housework after school All day Sat. Gi.

1965-R. GIRL (COL.) DESIRES DAY'S WORK, LA. 7541. GIRL (Colored) wants work by day or Ref. MA.

5032-W. GIRL (col.) wants plain cooking for Gentiles. MU. 0540. GIRL (COL.) WISHES DAY'S WORK.

9 TO 5. REF. CH. 1924. LADY- Used to nice home, will take complete charge of home for business woman of employed father and son.

Environment more important than salary. Write 11092. Sun. WOMAN (white) wishes light household duties care for children. live in.

small salary. Write 702 W. Fayette St. WOMAN -Middle-aged. refined.

desires light housework for 1 or 2 adults. Moderate salary. Write 11072. Sun. WOMAN desires light housework or taking care of children.

Live in. 701 W. Fayette street. WOMAN (colored) wishes day's work. PE.

6089. WOMAN wishes house work in home, no washing. MA, 3523-J. WOMAN (col.) wants day work ironing. ED.

3229-J. A-1 ref. WOMAN- -Cook, exp. Will stay in. 1319 Ettings st.

WOMAN (Colored) wishes day's work. MA. 2521-J. WOMAN (Col.) wants work by day or week. Refs.

LA. 5861. WOMAN (Col.) wants day's work. 11 to 4. $3 carfare.

Write 208 N. Arlington ave. WOMAN wants part-time work. Call before 3 P. M.

MA. 5314-J. WOMEN (COL.) DESIRES DAY'S WORK. SA. 7067.

MIDDLE AGE. will take care of one adult. No nursing. Can drive car. 10481, Sun.

SETTLED, capable woman, white, position good plain cook housekeeper. No Jaundering. Live in. Suburbs. Homeland Guilford preferred.

Gentiles. Salary. A-1 refs. Box 11037. Sun.

HELP WANTED- HOUSEHOLD (16) Ads too late to classify appear on Pace 2. COOK. exp. only. Light 1st-floor duties.

5-day week. Pikesville 1643..

The Evening Sun from Baltimore, Maryland (2024)

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