The Akron Beacon Journal from Akron, Ohio (2024)

Dola cool frees WEATHER BUREAU 50 ESSA 83, was Akron Wednesday, Beacon July F. Journal 10, 1968 15 OBITUARIES John Wenhardt, Ex-Pastor, At 95 FAIRLAWN John Wenhardt, many years pastor and Christian Church, died Tuesday short illness. Mr. Wenhardt, a 74-year Akron area resident, was a greenhouse operator until retiring in 1951. He leaves son Edw a d.

Akron; daughters Mr. Wenhardt Carolyn, Mrs. Hilda Zimarik and Mrs. Elizabeth Emich, all Akron, Mrs. Anne Zeug, New Jersey, Mrs.

Catherine Wilging, Mrs. Amelia Markus Hermine Getz, all Mansfield; 35 grandchildren, and many great-grandchildren. Services will be at 1 p. m. Friday in Billow Fairlawn IDA BUSH Ida Bush, 68, of 259 W.

Center died today in City Hospital. McGowan-Reid funeral home is arranging services. WALTER MILLER Services for Walter H. Miller, 81, of 1227 Clifton were today in Billow Falls chapel. Burial was in Tallmadge cemetery.

Mr. Miller died Sunday in St. Thomas Hospital. Born in Wadsworth, Mr. Miller lived in Akron 78 years.

He was a retired boiler fireman at Shunk Latex. He leaves sons Earl of Barberton, Robert of Uniontown, Walter of Sandusky, Gerald, Richard, Willis and George, all of Akron; daughters Mrs. Ivy Gregory of Akron, Mrs. Eva Mealy in California, and Mrs. Edith Hemley of Atwater; 35 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

HELEN WIDMER Mrs. Helen Brodie Widmer, 90,: a native of Cuyahoga Falls, died Tuesday in the Lourdes Nursing Home, West Palm Beach, after a long illness. She was active in raising funds to build St. Joseph's Church in Cuyahoga Falls. She lived in Lakewood and Cleveland most of her married life and moved to Florida six years ago.

Her husband, Adolph, died six years ago. Mrs. Widmer leaves brother James Brodie, Akron, and sister Mrs. Grace Bauer, North Palm Beach, Fla. Funeral Mass will be in West Palm Beach.

Burial will be in Oakwood cemetery, Cuyahoga Falls. HENRY ADAMS Services for Henry Adams, 73, of 1125 Smithfarm will be at 10 a.m. Friday in Turner funeral home. Burial will be in Lakewood cemetery. Mr.

Adams died Sunday in St. Thomas Hospital after all of Akron; stepdaughters Born in Brookfield, Mr. Adams lived in Akron 17 years. He retired on disability 12 years ago as a window washer. He leaves his wife Frances; sons James of New York City and Shelly of Akron; stepsons Charles Mitchell, Ernest Quinney and Frank Adams, and daughters Mrs.

Sherry Rivers, Henrietta and Sarah, all of Akron; stepdaughters Mrs. Bernice Buck of Akron and Mrs. Mary Lee Carter of Cleveland; 17 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.

LUTHER BYTHER LUTHER BYTHER Luther Byther, 825 Diagonal died Tuesday in St. Thomas Hospital. Turner funeral home is arranging services. NEALEY S. WHITE Nealey S.

White, 70, of 2250 Eastwood died Tuesday in 1 City Hospital. Born in Glendenin, W. Mr. White lived i in Akron 57 years. He retired in 1963 after 38 years with Goodyear.

He was a member of Goodyear's 25-Year Club and Goodyear Heights United Methodist Church. He leaves his wife Nellie; son Robert of Norton; daughters Mrs. Roberta Wiant and Mrs. Betty McCleary of Akron; nine grandchildren; brother Charles of Middleport, and sisters Beulah of Middleport, Mrs. Florence Hannay and Mrs.

Myrtle Watkins of Akron. Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday in Hopkins funeral home, where friends may call from 7 to 9 tonight, and from 2 to 4 and from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. Burial will be in Hillside cemetery.

Dies STATIONARY cool 60 60 Rain 70 80 Showers FORECAST Figures Shaw Low Temperatures Expected Until Thursday Morning 8 Iseleted. Precipitation Not Indicated. Consult Local Forecast SCATTERED showers and thundershowers tonight in most of the southeast quarter of the nation. Warmer in the northern and central Plains and cooler in the northeastern states. -AP 5-Day Forecast Temperatures Thursday through Monday will be near normal, with highs in the low 80s and lows in the low 60s.

Warming Friday, cooling over the weekend, warming again Monday. Rain will total inch as showers over the weekend and on Monday. In Other Cities ELSEWHERE Atlanta-cloudy 75 Bismarck-cloudy 74 Boston-cloudy 89 Buffalo-cloudy 85 Charlotte-rain 79 Chicago-clear Denver-clear. Detroit-cloudy Indianapolis-cloudy Kansas City-clear Los Angeles-clear Louisville-clear Miami-clear Minn-St. Paul-clear New Orleans-cloudy 86 New York-cloudy 84 Pittsburgh-clear 87 San Diego-clear 86 Tucson-cloudy 99 Washington-cloudy 84 Area Deaths Grace Wolf, 89, of Wadsworth.

Leland W. Schafer, 53, Wooster, Goodyear Aerospace Man Of Crash Injuries 95, of 2458 Covington at North Akron Apostolic in General Hospital after a chapel, where friends may call from 7 to 9 p. m. Thursday. Burial will be in Crown Hill cemetery.

FLORA WEAVER Services for Mrs. Flora Weaver, 63, who died unexpectedly Monday in her home at 352 Howe will be at 1 p. m. Friday in Stewart-Calhoun and Black funeral home. Burial will be in Mt.

Peace cemetery. Born i in Pittsburgh, Mrs. Weaver lived in Akron 4 41 years. She leaves her husband William and daughter Robin Lynn of Akron. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m.

Thursday at the funeral home. INFANT JACKSON The 3-day-old infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Jackson, 501 Rhodes died Tuesday in Children's Hospit al. Stewart-Calhoun and Black funeral home is arranging services.

CHARLES M. VanPELT Charles M. VanPelt, 83, for- VanPelt mer Akronite from Kenmore, died Tuesday in Gulfport, where he had lived since leaving Akron Tel in 1964. Born in Carrollton, Mr. VanPelt worked as a construction laborer until retiring in 1950.

He forMr. VanPelt merly worked as an advance billposter for P. T. Barnum Circus. He was a member of Boulevard Evangelical United Brethren Church.

He leaves sons Walter of Apple Creek, Andrew and James of Akron; daughters Mrs. Mary Mitchell and Mrs. Margaret Farnsworth in Florida, and Mrs. Bertha Bonfiglio of Akron; 13 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren; brothers Oscar and William of Akron. Services will be at 1 p.m.

Friday in Schlup-Cox funeral home, where friends 1 may call Thursday afternoon and evening. Burial will be in Greenlawn cemetery. JOSHUA EMIGH Joshua Emigh, 49, of 915 E. Buchtel died Tuesday in City Hospital after a short illness. Born in Pennsylvania, Mr.

Emigh served in World War I and lived in Akron 25 years. He worked for Akron Window Pane Co. He leaves son James, stepsons Joseph Chavis, Frederick Chavis and Robert Chavis, and stepdaughters Joann Chavis and Rhoda Chavis, all of Akron. Services will be at 3 p.m. Thursday in Adams funeral home, where friends may call after 3 p.m.

today. Burial will be in East Akron cemetery. SAMUEL LYMPANY CUYAHOGA FALLS Services for Samuel Lympany, 63, of 2237 Seventeenth st. will be at 11 a. m.

Thursday at the Clifford Funeral Home in the Falls. Mr. Lympany died at Akron City Hospital Tuesday after a heart attack. He was a resident of the Falls and a project engineer for Firestone for 27 years. He was born in Nantico*ke, Pa.

Mr. Lympany was a member of the Falls Shrine Club, Nantico*ke Lodge 491 and the Scottish Rite. Mr. Lympany leaves his wife, Margaret daughter Mrs. Janis Morgan, Hudson; granddaughter, and brother Charles Anaheim, Cal.

Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be at Edge Hill cemetery, West Nantico*ke, Pa. MARY B. CLEVERDON CUYAHOGA FALLS Mrs.

Mary 1 B. Cleverdon, 76, of 640 Falls av. died unexpectedly Tuesday at home. Born in Stone Station, she lived in the Falls 51 years. She leaves son James Cuyahoga Falls; sisters Mrs.

Neoma Schackle, Warsaw, and Mrs. Lelia Pace, Albany, four grandchildren and one great-grandson. Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Clifford funeral home. Burial will be in Chestnut Hill cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to.9 p.m. Thursday. Memorials may be made to the North Haven Covenant Church Building Fund. A Barberton man died Tuesday at Robinson Memorial Hospital in Ravenna of injuries suffered in a two-car collision June 24 in Portage County. He was Pat L.

Presley, 28, of 435 Norton a Vietnam veteran. His car collided head-on with another auto on Rt. 5, just west of the Portage County line. The other driver, Gary Creager of Champion in Trumbull County, was cited for driving left of center. Presley was a native of Morgan County, and lived in Barberton eight years.

His death is Portage County's 12th traffic fatality of the year, compared with 19 at the same time last year. He leaves father T. Ak70 56 ron; sons Patrick, Ricky, 67 Randy and Scott, all Raven64 69 na; grandmother Mrs. Bertie 56 57 Presley Mrs. Sannie Bell, both Falksville, brothers 70 Howard rd of Moore, Woodward of Parksdale, Wayne of Barberton and Oval of Oklahoma City, and sisters Mrs.

Faye 72 Reaves, Akron, and Mrs. Sue Gittins, Mogadore. Services will be at the Ebenezer Church in Falksville, with burial in Ebenezer cemetery. Friends may call from noon to 9 p.m. today at the Campfield-Hickman funeral home, Barberton.

Deaths Elsewhere Sir Alexander Cadogan, career diplomat who a top wartime adviser to Prime Minister Winston Churchill, in London. He prepared the first draft of the Atlantic Charter in 1941. Brig. Gen. Hubert Ward Bevette, 76.

who joined the Army as a private in 1917 and worked his way up to be an adviser to President Calvin Coolidge, in Coronado, Cal. Nicholas E. Meneses, 79, former Cuban diplomat who was consul general to Philadelphia during the 1930s, in Philadelphia. Dr. Robert W.

Mance, 65, of Washington, Sir Alexander representing the African Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States at the World Council of Churches assembly, in Uppsala, Sweden. John J. Gallagher, 76, retired chairman of the board of the Hershey Chocolate Corporation, in Hershey, Pa. Brunswick Boy Dies As Cycle Hits Pole BRUNSWICK -Sixteenyear-old Daniel Pembridge, of 1830 Pinewood was killed Tuesday night when the motorcycle he was driving went out of control and hit a utility pole on County Rd. 76 about two miles west of Rt.

42. Daniel, a former Beacon Journal carrier, was dead on arrival at Medina Community Hospital in Medina. The Highway Patrol said he was not wearing a protective helmet. The boy's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

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Sunny and cool Thursday. Lake Erie Ohio Small craft warnings in effect. Northeasterly winds 12 to 20 knots tonight. Fair. Temperatures OHIO High Low Cincinnati-clear 89 67 Cleveland-cloudy 86 64 Columbus-cloudy 89 65 Dayton-cloudy 86 66 Findlay-cloudy 87 63 Mansfield-cloudy 85 65 Toldeo-cloudy 88 60 Youngstown-cloudy 85 64 Zanesville-cloudy 89 63 Chillicothe-clear 90 60 Circleville-clear 88 64 Foreign Conditions as of 2 a.m.

today, Akron time: Amsterdan-clear 57 Athens-clear 88 Berlin-clear 59 Birmingham-cloudy Brussels-clear Copenhagen-clear Dublin-cloudy Lisbon-clear Geneva-clear 68 London-cloudy Moscow-cloudy Osio-partly cloudy Paris-cloudy Rome-clear Saigon-partly cloudy Sofia Stockholm-cloudy cloudy Tel Aviv-partly cloudy Tokyo-cloudy Tunis-clear Warsaw-partly cloudy 59 VIOLA V. HAMILTON Mrs. Viola Hamilton, 84, of 1224 Curtis a 70-year Akron resident, died Tuesday in Maplecrest Nursing Home, Uniontown, after a long illness. She leaves son John and sister Mrs. Lou Carson of Akron.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Friday in Schermesser funeral home, where friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday and until time of services Friday. Burial will be in Mt. Peace cemetery.

FLOYD W. WALLS WADSWORTH Floyd W. Walls, 73, who retired eight years ago as supervisor in the tire department at Goodyear, died Tuesday at Akron City Hospital after a long illness. Born in Sedan, 0., he lived in Wadsworth 24 years. Mr.

Walls He worked at Goodyear 43 years and was a veteran of World War I. Mr. Walls of 328 Main st. was a member of the First United Methodist Church. He leaves his wife, Grace daughters Mrs.

Colleen Fincannon, Akron, and Mrs. Shirley Ranson, London, England; son Glenn Logan; sisters Mrs. Elvira Clark and Mrs. Elmyra Hoover, Wadsworth, and Mrs. Madoline Jeffers, Wickensburg, Ariz.

and six grandchildren. Services will be Friday at Hilliard funeral home. Burial will be in Woodlan cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 9 p.m. Thursday.

ETHEL M. JESSUP MASSILLON Mrs. Ethel M. Jessup, 79, a life resident of Massillon, died Tuesday at Rose Lane Nursing Home, where she had been a patient two and a half months. Mrs.

Jessup, of 1815 E. Lincoln Way, was a member of Central Presbyterian Church. She leaves daughters Mrs. Elmer Freytag, Mrs. Sheldon Ehmer and Mrs.

Merle Senften, all Massillon, and 11 grandchildren. Services will be at 10:30 a. m. Friday at the GordonShaidnagle-Hollinger funeral home, where friends may call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m.

Thursday. Burial will be in Rose Hill cemetery. Tip Brings Arrest Of 2 An alert neighbor, observing two youths prying off a board covering a broken window at Vaughan's Service Store, '192 W. South st. at 4:38 a.m., called police, who caught two suspects.

Charged with breaking and entering and placed in the detention home were Michael W. Guivas, 17, of 369 Lewis and Ronald L. Dykes, 16, of 211 W. Crosier st. Police said they arrested the pair on the grounds of Lincoln School near the store.

Two warning shots were fired before Dykes halted, police reported. Four cases of beer valued at $53 were recovered. Mrs. Emma Henry, 62, of.475 Vosello Akron Univerity's infirmary nurse for more than 30 years, died Tuesday in Middlebury Manor Nursing Home after a long illness. An Akron native, Mrs.

Henry was graduated from Akron City Hospital School of Nursing. She joined the Akron infirmary in 1935, worked until 1945, returned from 1950 to 1951 and from 1959 until last December. Mrs. Henry was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, Summit County Medical Assistants, Akron City Hospital Alumni and Greenvale Garden Club. She leaves son Richard and a grandfather of Akron; and sisters Mrs.

Elise Gibson in Michigan and Mrs. Martha Kroeger of Akron. Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday in Trinity Lutheran Church. Burial will be in Glendale cemetery.

Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society and the church. ride before playing baseball in Abbeyville for the Brunswick First Baptist Church team. Services are being arranged by the Carlson funeral home, Brunswick. Car Hits Pole Frances H. Schneider, 56, of 1668 W.

Exchange is in "serious" condition at General Hospital after the car she was driving struck an Ohio Edison utility pole at W. Market and Maple sts. Tuesday. a long illness. THOMAS LOMBARDO Thomas Lombardo, 51, of 1202 Diagonal died Tuesday.

Rossi funeral home is arranging services..

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