Mrs. Lillie May HACK, died yesterday morning at her home, at No. 81 Marshall street. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Pearl CUDDEBACK and Mrs. Frank VAN LORAN; four sons, Charles A. and Frank M. SIMMONS, Joseph W., and Clifton HACK, and thirteen grandchildren.
Mrs. Leonora E. HOWARD, widow of James O. HOWARD, died yesterday at her home, at No. 205 Culver road. She leaves a son, Walter J. HOWARD; two daughters, Mrs. Walter D. HUNTOON and Mrs. James G. PALMER, and a sister, Mrs. Russell COATES, of Paterson, N. J.
Mrs. Margaret ELLIOTT, wife of Joseph ELLIOTT, died yesterday, aged 43 years.
Charles S. LEHRBERG, of No. 699 Main street east, died yesterday afternoon in the Highland Hospital. He leaves two sisters, Helena LEHRBERG, of this city.
William A. STONE died yesterday. He leaves a sister, Mary CHAMPION.
Anna Warner LEWIN, wife of Benjamin LEWIN, died in Buffalo yesterday. She
leaves her husband, two sons, Jack L. and Warner H. LEWIN, and three sisters,
Mrs. Benjamin KEMPER, Mrs. Leo GUTMAN, and Mrs. August KEISER.
LICENSES OF FIVE MOTORISTS REVOKED, FOURTEEN SUSPENDED
ELKS WILL CONDUCT HEART TOURNAMENT
Rochester Lodge B. P. O Elks will have its first heart tournament to-night.
There are sixty contestants entered. Prizes will be awarded the winners. The
committee has planned an extensive program for this occasion which will follow
the card party.
The entertainment includes: Lucille REESE, dance; Carl BAARTZ, piano; Billy GILBERT, fast stepping and songs; Two Black Dots, black bottom dancers. The program will conclude with Bill GILBERT'S five-man, colored battle royal.
Committee in charge is composed of Hyman TANNENBAUM, chairman; Simon RAZ and Nick TEDDY, Manny LEVY, who is in charge o the entertainment, has promised a lively evening.
MISSING YOUTH SOUGHT
James BINELLI, 19 years old, of No. 49 Fleming street, has been missing from
his home since Tuesday, according to a report made at the Detective. (didn't
get the rest)
LATTINVILLE - Entered into rest at St. Marys Hospital, Wednesday morning, January 26, 1927. Mrs. Caroline LATTINVILLE, aged 72 years. She is survived by four daughters Mrs. Bernard RUTTKOWSKI, Mrs. C. BRUCE, Mrs. F. MELLON and Miss Agnes LATTINVILLE; four sons, William, Philip, Henry and Frederick LATTINVILLE; two sisters, Mrs. Mary HAMIL, of Syracuse, Mrs. Medric LAMOTANGUE, of Hastings, NY; eighteen grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Deceased
was a member of the Women's Sodality of SS. Peter and Paul's Church.
-Funeral Saturday morning, January 29, 1927, at 8:30 o'clock from her residence, No. 117 Clifton street, and at 9 o'clock at SS. Peter and Paul's Church. Interment in the family lot at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.
LEHRBERG - Entered into rest at Highland Hospital, Wednesday afternoon, January
26, 1927, Charles S. LEHRBERG, of No. 699 Main street east. He is survived by
two sisters, Helena, of New York, and Gertrude E., of this city.
-Funeral services at Jeffreys, No. 32 Chestnut street, Friday, January 28, 1927, at 3:30 P. M. Burial private. Flowers gratefully declined
LEWIS - Died January 26, 1927, in Buffalo, N. Y. Annie WARNER, wife of Benjamin
LEWIN; mother of Warner H., and Jack L. LEWIN; sister of Mrs. Benjamin KEMPHER,
Mrs. Leo GATMAN and Mrs. August KEISER.
-The funeral will take place from the family residence, No. 823 Richmond avenue, Buffalo, Friday afternoon, January 28, 1927, at 2:30 o'clock.
LECHART - Passed away Tuesday morning, January 25th, 1927, at the family
home, No. 188 Joseph avenue, Frank S. LECHART, in his 81st year. He leaves
to mourn his loss, two sons, Joseph A., and Anthony J. LECHART, of this city.
-Funeral will take place Friday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the funeral chapel of M. J. Emma & Sons, No. 427 Clinton avenue north, and at 9 o'clock at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre cemetery.