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Middletown Times Herald Record (Newspaper) - July 22, 1969, Middletown, New York 1969 THE TIMES HERALD Dotus Francisco MIDDLETOWN Services will be at Thursday tor Jennie who died Sunday at Earle Nursing Born 1883 in to John and Nellie Beers Mr Francisco married Horace Young in Young died in Francisco later married Datus who A retired Francisco served as principal of the Formerly of she moved to Francisco was a member of the Bradenton Baptist She was a member and past matron of Queen Esther Chapter Order of the Eastern Star charter member of the Central Middletown PTA and a member of the New York State Teachers Besides her Francisco is survived by a Lloyd Young of Slate three Eleanor Spano of Jean Rose of and Claire Adgate of five grandchildren and nine The Edwin Thornton will conduct the funeral services at Cornelius and Dodd Funeral 26 Grove Burial will be in the Wallkill Memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society would be Beverly Joyce Schoper Beverly Joyce of 595 North Maple Ridge was interred Saturday The daughter of William and Eleanor Snyder she died Thursday Bergen Pines County after a long Miss Schaper was born in Funeral arrangements were handled by the Olthius Funeral Midland Frank LAVA Services for Frank Reith former Lava postmasterwho died Monday in will be at Wednesday from Francis Born March 1878 in New York he was a son of Charles and Frances Feigel He was married to the former Frederics He was a member of the Lava Fire and the Holy Name Society of Francis Surviving are two Charles of Glens Falls and of Narrowsburg one Mildred Schmitt of Sidney two Helen Davidson of New York and Bertha Moran of Cochecton Center 16 21 and nieces and A Rosary will be said at 8 this evening from the Rasmussen Sons Funeral Narrowsburg A Mass will be from Francis with the Lineus Tigue Burial will be Francis Miss Adelyn Riker MONTGOMERY Services will be Tuesday for Miss Adeyln of 24 Wallkill who died Sunday at Briarcliff She was born in to Smith and Mary Lelissa DeGroff A 20year resident of she was a secretary for an interior decorator before her She is survived by several nieces and Services will be 11 today in the Leach and Thomas Funeral 32 State with the Donald Burial will be in Charles Edward Smoot MIDDLETOWN Charles Edward of 25 Mill died Monday at Sinai New York City after long He was born 1960 in Middletown to Johnnie and Florence Brown A student at the Academy Avenue School in he attended Johns Zion Church of Surviving besides his parents at home are four Johnnie Theordore and Paul at home four Artie Queen Esther at and Lillian Pridgett of Newburgh his paternal John Smoot of several two nephews and Services will be at 2 Thursday in Johns AME Zion Church with the Jerome French Burial will be in Hillside Friends may call at the Ralston Funeral Home from 7 to 9 Wednesday Louis Gddblaft MONTICELLO Services will be at 2 today for Yetta of who died in Hamilton Avenue Hospital Born in she was a daughter of Michel and Chiah She was the widow of Louis Goldblatt and had lived in Monticello for more than 50 She was the original owner of the Goldblatt Hotel on Cold Spring Surviving are a Samuel of Monticello two grandchildren and one Services will be from the Garlick Funeral with Rabbi Nathan Goodman Burial will be in Cold Spring Road Survivors also include two Isidore Setups of New York and Abraham Schips of James Edward Kneiper DEPOSIT Services were Monday for James Edward of who died Friday of injuries received in an auto He was born March in to George and Florence Dunn He was married to the former Elizabeth Lawrence Slain Kings younger brother dies in backyard swimming pool ATLANTA UPI The D a civil rights leader and only brother of the slain Martin Luther was found dead in his backyard swimming pool early Police said he drowned A spokesman for the Southern Christian Leadership of King was said the 38yearold Baptist minister had arrived home late the previous night and gone for a His three oldest children found his clad in floating in the pool when they awoke Monday Tom the Fulton County medical said a preliminary autopsy report indicated there was no foul play in his Kings and two younger children were vacationing in Jamaica with Coretta widow of when the bodv was King was copastor with his the Martin Luther King of Ebenezer Baptist Church in He became prominent in civil rights activities in 1963 when he helped his brother organize massive demonstrations against racial segregation in During that campaign his house was bombed but no one was Roy singer NEW UPI Roy a native of Georgia who once sang in a church choir and recorded pop records which sold millions around the died whose hit records in the 1950s included Unchained Ebb and Never Walk was hospitalized July 11 after suffering a He died in the intensive care unit of New Rochelle A native of Hamiltons family moved to Jersey where he began singing in church services as a The baritone singer was a top attraction in nightclubs and theaters and appeared on many radio and television During his 15year professional career he often traveled overseas to entertain American Hamilton and his family moved to New Rochelle several years He is survived by his and two Roy and A member and veteran of the 7th New York National Guard of New York he was a member of the Elks Club in arid the Acomcoqua Mendoza Lodge of Masons of Kneiper was an engineer with the Lummus Construction Company of Surviving besides his widow are two Elizabeth Jane and all of Services were 3 Monday in the Seaman and Quackenbush Funeral Burial was in the Cemetery of the Highland Trocey Turner PORTJERVIS Pauline of 11 Prospect Port died Monday at Doctors Sunnyside Turner was born March 1884 in Oakland She was married to Tracey Turner who died in She is survived by a Tracey of Port Jervis two Thelma Monthemont of and Elizabeth Hamilton of Port Jervis three three and several nieces and Services will be 2 Wednesday at the Knight Funeral 154 East Main with the Robert Foster Burial will be in the Rural Valley Gory James MazzeHa NEWBURGH Services will be today for Gary James of Pressler who died Saturday in Vassar Poughkeepsie of injuries received in a fall at Lake Hopewell Gary was born on July in Cold to Richard and Mildred Brewster He was a student at North Junior High Surviving besides his parents are a Richard three and maternal grandparents and paternal grandparents uncles and Services will be today from the Tuthill Funeral to Marys Church where a Mass of Requiem will be offered at Burial will be in Marys Charles Hoffman WILLET Services will be today for Alberta of Carr who died Saturday atCortland Memorial Hoffman was born July in to the late John and Bessie She was married to Charles who Other survivors include a Harry Benjamin of Port Jervis two Ralp h of Willet and Walter of Cuddebackville three Priscilla Ena Rowe and Violet all of New York and seven Services will be 2 today in the Nicholas Funeral Whitney with the David Davis of the United Methodist Church in Whitney Point Burial will be 1 Wednesday in the Plains Kennedy crash victims burial scheduled today WILKES UPI killed in an auto crash with Edward will be buried today in a Roman Catholic cemetery near the town where she was born 29 years Her body arrived by chartered plane The casket was accompanied to Scranton Wilkes Barre airport by a friend of her Dun G if Miss who lived in and Berkeley died early Saturday when the car driven by Kennedy plunged off a bridge into 10 feet of water in a pond on Chappaquiddick Island off Marthas She had worked as a secretary on the staff of Robert Kennedy and had gone to the island for a party to which staff members were Miss Kopechne was the only child born to and Joseph Kopechne in a coal mining town five miles west of Her mother was born in three miles south of and her father was born DOUGLAS of 2 BeattK Middletowe died July KB at Hortoo Manorial Funeral it I July a in Ralston Funeral Friends may call Monday evening from 7 to Hie American Legion Port 1S1 services Monday evening at I Waakill Engine services at Burial in Warwick Funeral arrangements by Ralston Funeral Home LEONARD Funeral at 11 July in Seaman at Quackenbush Fneral 117 Maple may can from 2 to 4 art 7 to I at Ike funeral Burial in Monroe JOBN Lakes Monroe at July Funeral at 9 IS July with Reonem Man at Sacred Heart Friends may call Monday eventej 7 and Tuesday J and Wednesday till at Flyn Funeral Hudson Burial at Columbus on July mother of Eleanor Jean Claire and Lloyd Young Services will be add in the ComUus and Dodd Funeral Grove on July Mat Interment will be in WaUkill There will be no public visiting hours prior to the funeral Memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society the funeral home Monfey at I Funeral arrangements by Donovan Funeral on July ltd at Briar Cliff survived by several nieces and Services at Leach and Thomas Funeral S Slate Tuesday at 11 Interment GILBERT Saturday July in Anthonys Community Services at 2 Tuesday f ram Laiaer Smith Funeral Burial in Warwick Masonic Services at I Friends may cm this evening 7 Burial in Warwick SniBACE CZUBAE Mission Land Pine died July at Anthonys Community Funeral at 9 am in Purta Funeral followed by Hfh Requiem Mass at Stanislaus Friends may call at the Purta Funeral Pine from 24 and Rosary Service at I Monday at the funeral Burial in Stanislaus Pine Funeral arrangements by TS Purta Funeral Pine Island I 9 WO dted Mtf Wt at ML Steal New York Funeral at July in Johns Zion Church Friends may can at Ralston Funeral HouBefrom7to9Wiiaiidij evensag Burial hi Hillside Funeral The King SAHNA Oneck New died July at Arden Hill Hospital after a lengthy illness A Mass of Requiem wiD be Tuesday July B at 10 am at St Johns followed by interment at Johns Cesaetery Friends may call at Donovans Funeral 0 South Chnrch Monday atei and evening The Rosary will be said JOIN died July in Monticello Community General A Requiem Mass will he celebrated at Tuesday July in Immaculate Conception Burial will be in Hillside Friends may call at Masterson Funeral July Monday from2lo4and7to9
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