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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - February 17, 1956, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin in Raoids Daily Tribime C ON S T RU Forty-Second Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Friday, February 17, 1956 Single Copy Cento U. S. Cancels Shipment of Lay Claim to 18 Tanks to Saudi Arabia White House Involved In Decision Reversal WASHINGTON
reviewing completed plans for the modern- ization program at Monday night's meeting, the stockholders will elect directors and act on proposed amendments to the by- laws. George 4 Cumberland Dies; Rites Monday fore his attack, and they asked! The President and Mrs. Eisen- George A. Cumberland, 73, 2nd St. N., died at this morn- ing at the Wood County Infirmary, following a short illness. He had been hospitalized since Feb. 8. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at the Methodist Church with the Rev. Milton C. Feldt officiating. Burial is to take place in Forest Hill Cemetery. Mr. Cumberland was born at St. Stephen's, New Brunswick, on April 28, 1882, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Cumberland. He married Julia A. Bates on Oct. 4, 1904, in the town of Grand Rapids. She died in January, 1949. Surviving are three sons, Law- rence and Kenneth, Wisconsin Rapids, and Wilbur, Kenosha; brother, Arthur, Wausau; one sis- ter, Mrs. Carlton Topping', Ne- koosa; 13 grandchildren and great-grandchild. Prior to retiring In July, 1954, Snyder about it. jhower and Humphrey and his [Mr. Cumberland was pulp mill wife had dinner at the plantation superintendent for the "No, he the doctor said.jiast night with three old "And he shouldn't." In six hours of hunting yester- day, he bagged the daily limit of 12 quial. lie has been doing a bit of put- ting and practicing ;ith his ap- proach irons from time to lime William E. Robinson of New York, president of the Coca Cola Co., and John Hay (Jock) Whit- ney, New York financier, and his wife. The four men played bridge for awhile after dinner. vision of Consolidated Water Pow- er Paper Co. Friends may pay their respecU at the Krohn ft Berard Funeral Home from 7 o'dlock Saturday evening until Monday aft- ernoon and at the church from 1 o'clock until time of Krvicw,
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