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BROOKLYN EAGLE FRI MAR 2, 1945 MeGIVNTY March EUZABFTH. beloved EDWARD M. MULLER DIES; 33 paths 'FORMER TAX BUREAU AIDE Bnk. Emily Mundelein. Oeorg WLB Action Looms To End Strikes at 6 Detroit Plants The funeral of Edward M.

Muller. of Richmond County and later was 0f 205 17th 8t former super-' named county rk He then be-' associated wtth his father In, John, May. Huihy. Charles and John Burke. Reposing at Parlor I nf William A.

Rinse. 381 7th nue. Requiem mass Monday. 10! a.m.. at St.

Stanislaus Church 14th 8treet. near 6th Avenue. In- Calvary Cemetery McSCHEFFERY WILLIAM, "806 65th Street. aged Burlingame, California Siir- ived by his mother. Sarah.

Notice of funeral later. Bradshaw.Mery Brlen.Thomaa Brotnan. Nora I. Oldham. Mary Byrne.

Catherine Patterson. Sarah Caffrey. Julia Petraon. Sarah Coatea, Mary Plate. John Goaley, Thomai Rosse Lou It E.

Darcy, Thomas P. Shoal. Irving Poater, William Shotton, James S. GiUtnger, O. M.

Simpson. Estelle in raurraw ana sieamsnip irans-Internal Revenue Bureau I porution field, and in 1916 entered! 1 be held Monday from the the Internal Bureau. Appointed chief field deputy In Geoghegan. J. SDlllane.

Mary '-'King, Jane Koch, Louisa E. I Krulthoff C. Stephens, David Sullivan. D.J. Vaught, Mary Lyon, Anne vignati, a.

MEYER MARY March ljand Beverly Road. Mr. Muller died 1945 at her home 8722 113th Street Wednesday of pneumonia at Kings ntrhmnnri win hinv.ri uif nf thf County Hospital. Lt Harrv KIvod McOlnty. Edward Weyant, Frank McGivney.E.

Wlnkelman.E. McScheffery, W. Winter. Fred Meyer, Mary E. Zugar, Louise Muller, Edward jih km 1920 he nrjarnwri th rt ftrlri.

force in this borough, and in 1921 was made supervisor of collections of the New York bureau. He re-, tired in 1936. Surviving are his widow. Anna Cummlruts Mulli ward and two nephews. Edward N.

and Nicholas Muller. Ragnar B. Aune, former Consul Funeral lervicea were cor.dur'ed today at the Norwegian Seamm Birch Aune 4: Norwegian (consul to Japan who died Tuesday at White Plains. The body was 1 fiaivorsen io3lo 8th Ave. to the church, and matron rnllamd the services Fresh Pond.

Mr. Aune was a native of Oslo, Norway. He left Japan break of New BANK On February 77, 1845. EMTI.Y hloved mother of Elale dear slater of Mrs. Ellae Jantzer Edward A.

Maass. Servlc at the Walter B. Cooke. Funeral Home 1218 Flatbush Avenue. Satur BRADS HAW MARY A.

March 1 1945. devoted mother of James, Thnmaa. Mara-aret. Daniel. Mary Mar Labs Detroit I plants was anticipated today after a United Automobile Workers C.

I.O.i union leader warned that, thia arsenal city faced a complete war production shutdown. At least 30.000 workers were affected by the walkouts, resulting Horn HHCBMH 19 employe A reelonal WLB spokevsma the Detroit situation now ws der consideration at Washington He said that union leaders and manaeiin i.t -ent bly would be summoned to Washington tomorrow to find means of ending disputes over disciplinary discharges. Richard Frankensteen A. international rice chairman, told the WLB that the policy of firing and Bnggs Manufacturing Com- "Unless your policy in handling dLseiplmary discharges 15 changed." Frankensteen told the B. in a telegram, "a general shutdown will occur in the Detroit production George Addes.

acting president of the U. A. said he would report Vtrikine MmM eVA LO in r. por: to tne army March 15. the army nneen-d H.

$. Poole, Retired Insurance Official Harold Sher Poole, Episcopal lavman and retired secretary of the! Home Insurance Company, with which he had been associated for Arena. Funeral Monday from her home, 142 Smith Street; requiem mass 8t. Pauls unurcn, a.m. Arrangements by Joseph G.

Duffy BROSNAN On March 1, NORA I of 715 Carroll Street, beloved sister of Timor ivy F. and John J. Brosnan.i Funeral Saturday, 10 a.m.. from Henry McCaddin and Sons Chapel, 7th Avenue. Solemn requiem mass St.

Francis xavier unuren. 10:30 a m. Interment Calvary Ceme- 9th St arm5 1 with the'bardier, was killed auditing England, according LI. Harry J. Klyap, Ex-School Aide Second Lt Harry J.

Klya tt, ol forces 26 over parent. Mr and Miv Charles He had completed his third. Born in Manhattan. Lieutenant Klyap attended St. Vincent de Paul School and was graduated from Straubennnieller Textile High 1940.

Brook. 11 Fa'Ie. Later lie was em-. I tery. for the past twenty-nve years, ru- BYRNE CATHERINE, on FW- RES, lirS 'whirl ruarv 28.

1945. devoted mother of'R- Church of St. Teresa, when Marv Eck. Evelyn Suhr. John anda "-s a al the Brooklyn High School of Automotive He joined the army in October' 1942, and.

after training Texas' ''jlemn requiem mass 10 a.m., Blessed Sacrament R. C. Church. ivJnterment Holy Cross Cemetery. I CAPPREY JULIA (nee Rati-gani, on February 28.

1945; beloved wife of Edward; dear mother of Janet loving sister of Margaret Kellv. Reposing at the M. J. Smith Memorial, 248 Prospect Park West, until Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Requiem mass Holy Name Church.

Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. mATES MARY, on March 1. 37 years, died todav at his wing cased oy tne otner four 999 Sterling Place, of a heart at-1 for holdup. The other He was senior warden of the'ar Joseph Mangrapone. 18.

of 71f 1 1945, loving mother of Mrs. William Haines, Mrs. Jul.n Connors, Arthur J. Coates. and aunt of Mildred M.

McAlcer. Funeral from residence, 1189 New York Avenue. Requiem mass St. Jerome's Church, Nostrand and Newkirk Avenues, Monday, 8:30 a.m. commission in the Summer of 11 He went overseas last September.

S'irvivins. beside his parents. four brothers, Seaman 1st Class Charles J. Klyap of the Seabees and Michael, Paul and James Klyap, and two sisters. Mary and Anna Klyap A requiem mass will be offered at 10:30 a.m..

Sunday. March 1 1, at sjt. Vincent de Paul church. Mrs. Jasie, Retired Ticket Broker, 62 Mrs.

Tillie Leblans who helped her first husband establish a theater ticket agency which grew to million dollar proportions, died vesterriay at her home 25 9th' Manhattan. She was 62. I dear father of Patricia Ann. quiem mass Saturday. 9:30 a.m., fat.

Patrick's R. C. Church, Port Hamilton. Interment St. John's Ceme- Church of St.

Luke and St. Mat- Born In Manhattan, he was edu-ited in the public schools and at the College of the City of New York. He entered the employ of Liverpool London Globe Insurance Corn- i early age, and i Ma 1904. Home Insurance Company as assistant to the chief clerk in the Eastern department. Later he became supervisor.

In 1919 he was promoted to assistant secretary and in Janluary, 1921, he was made the company's secretary, a post he held until his retirement a year ago. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Porati.a Powe I Poo I Herbert P. and Harold S. twe Arnert anc Church, 193 chief Officer Jens Hemmingsen.

rtlpd Monday at Beck man Hospital. to the church from theHah Chapel at 5310 8th anc "PFS i st by the Theodore Dorf, for Jens Hemmingsen. the attention of 102-year- almost three hours ot exhibit Fnn lo'c Mn vw Qkow win close March 10 Continued from Page 1 demonstrations of how a ship floated. And he knows whereof he soeaks. he entered service.

Mc- 5z 2 or on drvdock. Hls explanation rirvdock. which is closely followed floating a miniature cruiser in model drydock. haa brought frjf on return visits, mong yesterdav's visitors was car-old Mosha Byron of 105 Boerum Place, who ntil i in a Interotcd in electrical spent (wo an nig the dlsph Byron half hours study Wave Spend, Liberty at Exhibit Aerographer's Mate 2 Dwn Pohlman of 375A 6th St. pent several hours of her liberty at the exhibit, accompanied by a sister who had been there several times already.

Other navy visitors Included a group of midshipmen from the 23d class of the naval training school at Columbia University. Led by Midshipman Robert Beaudoin, the boys iaspected the gyrocompass they had just seen in production at the Sperry Gyroscope Co. plant. Arrangements can still be made for group visits by calling MAin 4-6200. Extension 146.

Individuals, too, are invited to attend. Admission is free and hours are from 1 to 9:30 p.m. daily. 1305 79th St. Each view 2-8844 Branch S2t Hicki Sr.

Catket Showroom on Premitt PAWNBROKERS SALES at 152' Canal 191.1 for Jas. J. Av r.r.H.klyn. N. I pledges of diamonds.

ids 'andendi, lc" 4th. 1943. I- M't I. and all pledges held 0. LEGAL NOTICES THK lr)l'LK OF THE KKBKlVA' i.k TI1 TENN'l lgPBBP tioJ Joseph Leblang, died in 1931, she Fanny Carter Poole, and six grand-married William Jasie Until her' children, retirement a few months ago she CHAPELS FREi Kennedy-Sheridan Chapel.

Church' gnd Avej m. nf r-nu(m uolv Innocents Church. E. 17th St. Born in Manhattan, Mr.

Muller, wno late Rente- and Mrs Nicholas Mul- I at one time aa sheriff ler. i Rites Tomorrow For William Veil a solemn William Vei of requiem for and treas- of H. Veit, 206 Devoe general builders, tomorrow will be offered Presentation Church Jamaica. Burial will be in St. John Cemetery.

i Mr. Veit, who came to Brooklyn: 19 years ago, died Wednesday of a heart attack 159-29 Normal Road. Jamaica. He came to this country from Germany as a child and became associated with several of his brothers in the build ing and contracting business. The firm, specializing in churches and schools, built, among others, the Church of the Miraculous Medal, Brooklyn; the Church of the Nativity, Ozone Park; St.

Andrew's in Flushing, the Dominican Commercial High School in Jamaica and part of Cathedral College. Surviving are four sons. William. Francis, Joseph and Augustus; five daughters, Elizabeth, Barbara. Mrs.

John Bennett, Mrs. Walter Fitz-patrick and Mrs. Vincent Metzger; a brother. Herman; two sisters. Mrs.

John Muller and Mrs. Otto Ruof, and 15 grandchildren. Pic. E. F.

Bingham, Battle Veteran A rr 'ill be offered Queen of All Saints R. C. Church. 300 Vanderbilt for pfc. Edward F.

Bingham, 21. son of Mrs. Vera Bingham of 254 Vanderbilt Av, who was killed Feb. 3. the Purple Medal with four stars, he had been engagements.

Most of his vva.s spent in crooKiyn ana ne was graduated from Bishop Lough-lin High School. He was a fresh- Manhattan College when he 1 the 5 ago. He of Mrs. Bingham in the service. Pvt.

John J. Bingham is overseas in the army, and Robert E. Bine- ham is a seaman 1st class. DeatDs WEYANT February 28, 1945, FRANK, of 103 Cambridge Place, husband of Helen inee Hawley); father of Mrs. Florence Knapp, Stanley U.

S. and Donald S. Weyant. Reposing at Ebbers-Hill, neral services Church of St. Luke and St.

Matthew. Clinton Avenue near Fulton Street. Saturday, 2 p.m. WINKELMAN ELIZABETH, on February 28, 1945. wife of John Gustav; mother of John J.

Reiser neraj l'om ner nom6i 109.3j 96t ana Mrs. mancne McAlh street, Ozone Park, Saturday 10 ass'.v Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Arrangements H. C.

Casey. WINTER FRED, of 86 Saratoga Avenue. February 28, 1945, beloved husband of Mary; devoted father of Mrs. Margaret Groneman, Mrs. posing at Weigand Brothers Funeral Home.

1015 Halsey Street. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a.m.; solemn requiem mass at Our Lady of Good Counsel R. C. Church, 10 a.m. Interment St.

John's Cemetery. ZUGAR February 28, 1945, LOUISE of 10 Keating Street, Princess Bay, S. wife of Kenneth; mother of Janet, Kenneth, Barbara and Robert. Funeral services at the Walter- B. Cooke, Funeral Home, 571 Forest Avenue, West Brighton.

S. Saturday at 2 p.m. Interment Ocean View Cemetery. 3tt 0cnioriiini CANGLEY THOMAS J. Third anniversary.


Died Langhorne, June 15, 1938. Buried Clifden, County Galway, Ireland. John Francis Griffin, son; Dr. Blanche! Sterling (nee Griffin), daughter; Laura Almen (nee Griffin), daugh ter, executrix, on behalf of the other! JOHNSON In loving memory of a devoted wile and mother, mak-GARET JOHNSON. Fifth anniversary mass Saturday, 7:30 a.m..

St 1945, beloved wife ol the late FOSTER WILLIAM mother of Albert, Arthur, Wednesday. February 26, 1945, of i Haroij and the late Edward Peirson. 412 Wellington Road. Mlneola, I Service at tne waiter B. Cooke, N.

beloved husband of MM. jumenJ Home, 1218 Flatbush Ave-Maud Foster and father of Harold ftue 9 pm puneral Satur-W. M. and William Merrill Foster. dav' Interment Green-Wood Services at Fairchild Chapel, Franklm Avenue at 12th Street, Garden City.

Friday at 8 p.m. I PLATE February 28. 1945. JOHN, beloved husband of Plate. GITZINGER GERTRUDE M.

at hLs residence, 187 81st kept active control of the Leblang' Jgns Theater Ticket interests. i Fun Mrs. Jasie business career beganfnj Ilk i ill-' I i mSHllS 3-, Urautri cle'anil 3 rXd o'r IB 3 rl'H Drr.vr.' IHyjBjtttjM I SPINNING GYROSCOPE held old Mosha Byron, who spent yesterday. 6 Canarsie Youths Seized in Holdup bv Radio Patrolmen Walter Rickard of JJ2 rZT, ie Brwraa- lv today and bookd charees of assault and robbery. They were accused of holding ud the American Gasoline Station.

1935 Linden Boulevard k. 13 Pall vlctf vi Two of the six. Joseph Bl 20 of 629 E. 85th and Salv Utmost, 17. of 1006 E.

98lh Si spotted sittina in car at St. and Livonia Ae They fought Hie quickly subdued nearby butcher patrolmen said. an(1 'cn shoP- which, lh 2d St Joseph Castillano 23. of ins2 Rjd S1 and John Clasulli. 25, 513 E.


1366 East IStli Stre TrHERyEFOR. it 9:30 why such deer IN TESTIMONY WHKI.K; H'ilrtCUy .4: TSiT 1 A. T0RREGR0SSA jITA sen is survived bv a family in Den- Httr 4 38 S'ultsu rteSS 32 I timrt-it unun lJU late Charles H. dear mother of Grace. Charles, Leonard and Mrs Irving Helnklng.

Funeral i the Schaffner Funeral Home, 119-50 Metropolitan Avenue. Ke Gardens, March 3, at 3:30 p.m. MULLER EDWARD on February 28, 1945, son of the late Congressman Nicholas Muller of New York; loving husband of Anna (nee Cummins devoted father of Edward uncle of Edward and1 Nicholas Muller Reposing Ken- Riwts Avenues Brooklyn: solemn requiem mass Holy Innocents Church, Monday, 10 a.m. i MTJNDELEIN GEORGE, February 28, 1945, at his home, 150: Rogers Avenue, beloved husband of Agnes Mundelein, and father of Mrs. G.

St. George, Blanch, Lt. George U. S. A.

C. and Edward Mundelein: brother of Mrs. E. Green. Mrs.

G. Meyer, Mrs. C. Mc- Cormack and Mrs. D.

Creed and Frank Mundelein. He was the Department of Water Supply solemn requiem maw offered. Interment St. John's Cen O'BRIEN On March 1. 194 THOMAS, of 323 44th Street, beloved Beckett.

Ruth Grennan. George. Frank, and John O'Brien Funeral lrom iscnaeier mneiai rar-lors, 4th Avenue and 42d Street, Monday, March 5. at. 8:45 a.m.

Requiem mass St. Michael's Church. Interment St. Charles Cem- OLDHAM March 1945, MARY (nee Moore), wife of the late Joshua, beloved mother of Gertrude Mac-donough, Ethel Christiansen, Wil liam at. and Leicester w.

uianam. 'Service at Walter B. Cooke, Funeral Home, 151 Linaen hiw Green-Wood Cemetery. PATTERSON On March 1945, bUt Avenue, beloved wife of George; ing George J. Ayen Memorial Chapel.

55 7th Avenue. Saturday, March 3, at 2 Service PEIRSON SARAH, on March 1, strMi aaturday, 2 p.m. Interment Orcenwood Cemetery. ROSSE-LOUIS on Thursday. March 1.

1945. beloved father of Frances R. Bartow. Service at the Fairchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts; Place, on Saturday at 8 p.m. shoaf On February 27, 1945.

IRVING, at his residence, 347 56th Street, beloved husband of Jettie; father of Patricia and Dorothy of Bessie; also survived by four brothers. Funeral services Friday. 8:30 p.m. at Funeral Home. 476 73d; wm shotton JAMES on Feb ruary 28, 1945, beloved father of Florence Quigley and Harold Shot-ton.

Funeral from Walter B. Cooke, Funeral Home, 151 Linden Boulevard, Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Requiem mass St. Gregory's Church. 10 am Cross Cemetery.

SIMPSON ESTELLE, on Thurs dav. March 1. 1945, beloved of Martha Wilson, Emmett, David and Joseph Simpson; also survived by five grandchildren. Service at the Fairchild Chapel, 89-31 164th Street, Jamaica, Saturday at 1:30 SPILLANE MARY beloved aunt of Thc-mas, Joseph, Irene and Helen Price; also Mrs. Betty Johan- son March 1 1945.

She was a member of Third Sunday St. Regis Retreat, the Cenacle, Broadway and 48th Street, New York City. Funeral from the home of the Price family, 3914 Clarendon Road, Saturday, 10:30 a.m.; solemn requiem mass Little Flower R. C. Church.

Interment Calvary Cemetery. Joseph E. Brennan, Director. STEPHENS On March 1, 1945, DAVID STEPHENS (native snata, County Clare, Ireland, be- gher; also survived by teveral nlecea and nephews. Keposing J.

J. Gallagher Sons Funeral Home, 25 Aberdeen Street. Requiem mass Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, Saturday, 10 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. SDLLIVAN DENNIS suddenly on February 28.

1945, at his residence 676 Park Place; native of Knockacluggin Meelin, County Cork, Ireland; beloved husband of Abina (nee McSweency); dearfatherj Of Julia Catherine ADina Eleanor Marjorie John TJ James U. S. N. brothe of Catherine Curtin. and Julia Mary Sullivan.

Requiem mass Church of St. Teresa, Saturday, 10:15 a.m. VAUGHT MARY (nee Burling in her 73d year, on February 28, 1945, loving mother of Ethel Vaught. Funeral services at the aerene Funeral Home, 9229 Flat-lands Avenue, on Saturday. March Interment Rockville centre Cemetery.

VIGNATI ANGELINA, March 1945, at her residence, 105 Aoelphi Street. She Is survived by her husband, Vincenzo; two daughters, Jennie Tambinl, Mildred Scar-none. Funeral Monday from her residence; thence to Sacred Heart Church, where a requiem mass wi be celebrated. Interment John's Cemetery. Direction Joseph Tari.

1 I Protects Chinese Citizens 'jTtZ'0 M'tSStrViu 'i I China has just adopted a habeas ti TuS" Am "3 39 I 'corpus act giving Chinese citizens uitw Rock 44 w.h,aton so 35. 1 for the first time legal guarantee vV wlimin" I against detention without trial, Macon' 68 46 Ip I If CA You are sure of receiving prompt, courteous, at 604 TompkirLs Y. Surviving a daughter. Mamaronec Belle Cady While, Watercolor Artist Funeral service White, well-knowr colors, who was in painting at Pn years, were held est.erday in New Chatham Center, Burial was In New Concord Cemetery. Miss died Mop- day in Hudson Hospital, Hudson, New York.

Bom in Chatham Center. WM Whlite came to Brooklyn in 1904 and graduatei from Pratt Institute In 1907. Seveial years later she Decame an insirucor In watercolor painting there, serving in that ca pacuy until aoout tr 1 to her home up-State. hibited at the National and in other art oalleries here. She specialized in -ubiects.

She memher of the Nation 0f Women Sculptors and Painters, American Watercolor So ciety, Brooklyn Watercolor Club and Brooklyn Society of Artists. A nepiirw Strpbi-n Finch, of New Peder E. P. Olsen, Church Assistant Peder Edward Parcli OLsen, 67. lay vsi.stanl a.i the Norwegian Seaman's Church.

33 1st Place, for the last 30 years, died yesterday in Nor wegian Hospital. He lived at 31 1st Place, adjoining the church. Mr. Olsen. who was bom in Norway, is survived by his widow, Mrs.

Funeral service, will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Norw, man Seaman's Church with the Rev Leif T. Gulbrandsen. pastor, offi Bun.i; in tA.r- is Cemetery. Pfc Fred J.

Bei Pfc. F. J. Beirlein Rites Tomorrow A solemn mass of requiem will be; celebrated tomorrow at 10 a.m. at Holy Innocents R.

C. Church, Beverly Road and E. 17th St for Pfc. Fred J. Beirlein, 22.

who was reported killed in action in France last September. Private Beirlein. son of Police Sgt.j William A. Lawrence of the Sheeps-head Bay station, and Mrs. Gertrude.

Lawrence, who live at 5 Stratford, Road, was a member of the famous1 Fighting 1st Division and in the two, years he served overseas he took, part in the African, Sicilian and SERVING BROOKLYN SINCE 1896 GEORGE D. CONANT Moodinjer Funeral Parlor 1120 Flatbuih Avenue T.I. BUckmintUr 2-0247 for Belle waiter of water- 1 in-! iv instructor 1 Institute for 30 1 when she and her first husband opened a cigar More wa While tKKets large blocks for shows and into practice. The business grew time tne Leoiang now- said $15,000, Besides her husband she vived by three daughters, Mrs. Etta bamilson.

Mrs. Dorothy Mark and Mrs Addle Greenbaum; her father, I'gnatz Ri.hter; six brothers. Ben.ia- min, David. Louis, Adam, Jacob and! Meinuro Kicniei. Mrs Mrs.

E. C. Simpson Rites Tomorrow Mrs. Estelle Chubb Simpson, 84. of 113-34 Delevan Queens Village, died yesterday after a long illness.

She was the widow of Harry Simpson, who for many years was connected with the old B. M. T. Company. Mrs.

Simpson, a native of Phila delphia, came to Brooklyn 75 years ago and had been a resident of Queens Village for the last 16 ter, Mrs. Martha Wilson; three sons, Emmett, David and Joseph, and five grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 pm. tomorrow at the Fair-child Chapel, 89-31 164th Jamaica. Burial will be in Green-Wood Cemetery.

DIGNIFIED AiLow flPA FUNERALS At i3J OUR FUNERAL HOMES r- sympathetic and understanding scvice by transfering every detail of funeral arrangement to capable, professional shoulders. I I -tk AmaS Vm tiuniaoti Vk 'i A amm 1 1M "J- I.KVKNTII M. r. l.ARK.Wl; I.KVKNTII THKPEniM nf' THK STATE fnee Lynch), beloved wife of An drew uitzingcr, rnouier oi i nomas J. and James J.

OBnen; sister of William H. Lvnch and Mrs. Elite' O'Brien. Funeral from tin Avenue Saturday 9:30 a m. Requiem mass' Church of St.

Martin of Tours. Weirfield! Street and Knickerbocker Avenue. 10:15 a GEOGHEGAN JENNIE on February 28, 1945, beloved mother of Joseph T. Reposing at Walter Flatbush Avenue, until Saturday, v.iv a.m.. ineiiLc iu ot.

nmuiuoc n. v. wm w. wC moo Interment I KING JANE, on February 28. 1945.

In her 79th year, beloved wife of William and sister of Peter 1 J. Ellison; also survived by a grand son, William E. King, u. s. services Sunday, 8 p.m.

at B. Grindrod's Funeral Home, 27 Hull Street. Funeral Monday, 10:30 a.m. Interment Evergreens Cemetery. KOCH-March 1.

1945, LOUISA of 7920 Ridge Boulevard, beloved mother of Frederick grandmother of Frederick L. Koch Jr. Services at Fred Herbst Sons Me morial, 7501 5th Avenue, 2 p.m. Interment Evergreens Cem- etery. KRUITHOFF March 1 1945, CATHERINE KRUITHOFF (nee I beloved wife of Herman loving mother of Frances and Eleanor Johnson, dear daughter 1 of Thomas Connors and sister of Alice McNally, Anna Tuohey, Michael, Edmund and Lawrence, devoted grandmother of Carl Richard.

Funeral from the Chapel 7705 5th Avenue, Monday 9:30 am. Requiem mass Our Lady of Angels C. Church. Interment St. John's Cemetery.

LYONS ANNE (nee Haggerty), native of Gourtrooskaugh Kenmare, County Kerry, Ireland, on March 1, 1945, beloved wife of Frank; dear mother ol uorp. limotny u. is. A. A.

overseas; Juliet; loving, sister of Mary O'Sullivan, Katherine Bessie, ijamei, jonn ana Denis. Reoosine at the M. J. Smith Me morial, 248 Prospect Park West, Monday. a.m.: solemn high requiem mass Holy Name MrGINTY EDWARD S.J., in Manila.

January 1, 1945, aged 27 years, beloved son of John J. and Kathleen McGinty (nee Menahan) and brother of John Capt. Jerome F. A. U.

Mrs. Fred W. Piderlt Jr and Kathleen. Memorial mass St. Ignatius Loyola Church, park Avenue and 84th Street, Manhattan, Saturday, March 3, at 10 a.m., and mass Thursday, March 8, at 9 a.m., Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel, Putnam Avenue, be tween Ralph and Patchen Avenues, Brooklyn, w.

y. COSLEY THOMAS, on March 1, 1945, of 11 W. Gouverneur Avenue, father of Thorns Alfred Cosley. Funeral services at John T. Collins, Funeral Home.

19 Lincoln Av- enue. Rutherford. N. Saturday afternoon, 2 o'clock. Interment Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn.

IM-Hj MWKwiMMiea S-M70 u-tt Ft fmm MtwMii 0900 ISI-MNMllLMrtV- Fluthmi 3-00 571 Fmtto.NitangktoClbraHir2-S054 117Wt TsMty 7.9700 34 Wt Afjniw-MOtt H.yi 9 02 12 roved as the Ist Will I1''(vYRJETrTT'E1 ding at No. 8627 Be i the Borough of Br. 'youa t11 by Rtd ounty of King, on "on' why 2nd- dav of WHEREOF I SAVE FATS AND WASTEPAPER Mar her soul rest in peaw "ormandy invasions. Husband. Sons and Daughters.

Private Beirlein. posthumously awarded the Presidential Citation McKENNA Third anniversary i and the Purple Heart, attended Pub-mass will be offered for our dearly: lie School 139, Cortelyou and Rugby beloved husband and daddy, FRANK i Roads and, on his graduation six A. McKENNA, March 3, 9 a.m., at years ago from Brooklyn Boys Voca-Blessed Sacrament Church. 'tional School, enlisted in the army. Loving wue.

Miuuntu, ana Three DAUGHTERS. SPELIOS In loving memory ol my beloved wife, CATHERINE. De-parted March 2, 1939. HUSBAND. CEMETERY PLOTFOR SALEJ reenwo6d CEMETERY single grave for sale, $195.

J. F. Collins, Room 2260, 50 Church Street, New York..

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