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THE TIMES RECORDER, ZANESVTLLE, O., THURS,. AVR. 16, 1959 Local Man's Brother Dies At Lancaster is- George McGrath, 74, of Lan- easier, was found dead earlv TuesJay in his home, He was a brother of Oscar McGrath of 448 Stewart street, a rotir .,;, f,,- hn Vm- Pennsylvania Railroad, he was a pub-1 member of all Lancaster Mason-lie com-;ic .yin and was an official af-iaid member of the First Meth- iicf ru..r. ; i .,..,.(. JIMMY KNEW NAME LONDON (UPI)-The only thing Jimmy Thomson learned to say was his name. The little blue and yellow fellow was lost Wednesday and when police found him, said, "my name is Jimmy Thomson." Now police are waiting for someone to claim the parakeet. FREE-from Heinz Baby Foods: Alcoa Wrap Flat Pak! Full 25-fl. length, regular width and i QAt uuay to tiure, use, in Surviving besides the brother here are two sons, Kenneth and Karl, both of Lancaster; two other brothers, Les of ..McConnels- ville and Roy of Phoenix, Ariz., a sister, Mrs. Margaret Spillman! of McConnelsville, and four -.il:i.i i Funeral services will be con- tTS ducted at 2 p.m. Friday in the Ray Wise Funeral Home in Lancaster with the Rcv. George W. Herd officiating. Burial will be in Forest Rose Cemetery. r;4 mm.. m Ar. ar Opens with a turn I No mora prying! Rettala airtight I Just for trying 4 jars of Heinz Baby Foods with exclusive new Screw-on Caps rr Ira Aim Wr Aluminum Foil, mail 4 labels from Heinz Ha by Foods featuring new screw-on caps, with name and address, to Heinz Baby Foods, Bos 28, D-40N, Pittsburgh 30, Pa. Offer Limited: 1 per family. Expires June 1, 1959.