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The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York • Page 11

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York • Page 11

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BROOKLYN EAGLE. TUES JULY 24, 1915 GORMAN ANNA (nee Henne-t O'DONQGHUE On. July 22, seyi, July 22, 1945, beloved nife of BRIDGET tree Slatieryi, native of William; dear mother of Mr. Joseph Gurtacoona, Coimty Llmenck, Ire- Mrs. P.

J. Powers, Plea to Remove Pickets ai I Dr. Mack Medic In Area 4 Years Grant, William A. M. M.

Z'CtUnd, beloved wife of Jeremiah; de Blue Star Mother Wi.Hinn1jjiy24(u.pj-TneM- aee wigwam Keaay reiam rnena Maritime Union iC.IO) maintained picket lines at the War TO DlOP UOVIS Of NOZIS SlllCe 34 ll S. John S. U. 8. voted mother of James, Jeremiah, Genevieve, Joan and Helen; also and the late Timothy O'Donoghue, 0 survived three sisters and four killed in action with the Merchant! brothers.

Rpnrwine sr. residence I Marine also survivpri hv thrp' Dr. Christopher Mack, a physician! Mrs. Fiances G. Powers, financial.

shipping Administration today de- Continued from Tare 1 ai52 inarh stroot. Qnpens nntii'oranriphnriivn Rpnninir "wiitiam In Brookh ii and Queens for 47 secretary of the Blue Star Mothers i Mil IIlHIl Vj 1 IB II 111 11 tir.rlnnprlmi A Oft am. Requiem A. Martin Funeral Home. Classon01 yesieraay in me nome 01 msiuo, uiea yesieraay in ncr nome.j -r nomination, but made lt clear Pm- "5t" "le nruuiriii.n, ivini wii fuiiciai nuuir, vittooui i ri-- v.

lira a vcuiicou(iy, a.ttv mass St. Mary GaU of Heaven. In-; Avenue, corner Sterling Place. and daughter-in-law She was thc indorsement would not cause i three and one-hatf hours. terment Holy Cross Cemetery.

ineral Thursday, 10 a.m. Rpauicm ivllD- nwu v. flint, o-ii ivlci uvi oiuuiiu uuu was a uieiung ivi quit in TTnlnn npmhpra Inrflralpfl tip him tn nltpr nnlltlral nhl nvinhv ThiriM Him Pin mass St. Teresa's Church. Inter-01" rule5' nuia.

nc was 10. i.cMue.ii. 01 riaiausn. I J'i Until five montha aeo Dr. Mack I Surviving are her husband.

Pierce Pickets would not be withdrawn until rs was followed by an article He accused Petaln of heading a ment St. John's Cemetery. nt ii. J. Powers: a snn.

Pvt PiorrP me wljj acus on uieir oenmuu iui Direction M. J. Smith Sons. HENRY JOHN CAMPBELL, on Sunday, July 22, 1945, beloved father of Ethel M. and Theodore.

Henry. separate ar- TJ'a ram miith eontiln th aptaili th funaral. bf meaaorial aarvtrea o' (ol.owitif whs 4ir4 la till icrrte aor aaanlrri 1 D'Arriso, Joseph Wlchmann, 2d Lt. Robert F. MM Beck, CTiarles May, Andrew J.

Bolton, Alfred McDcnough, J. Cavauagh. Ailene McLaughlin, C. Coleman, James Mond, OLSEN on Monday ln 1940. maimaiiieu ins uuiue bi oj-uj n-ui on linen oy air.

uavis ounuaj a pioi 10 gel rrauces separ tnfiMrf Wf 7 -ving mistice with Germany signed of Mrs.jlng health he was in semi-retire-lthree sis, Mrs. W. A. Reynolds, for the reccnt reduction in war-risk, tne Communist proposal of an inde-iEven before the armistice, 1 bonuses. efor: written by Mr.

Davis in Sunday's "plot" to get France's 1945, LOUISE, wife of he said, Service at the Fairchlld Chapel, Bendix and devoted mother her to Marshal Petain had schemed under 89-31 164th Street. Jamaica, Tues-Martina Thorsen, Mrs. Martha'nient for the last five vears. treat-'Mrs- G- A- Lamphron and Mrs. (pendent Negro Soviet Republic day, 8 p.m.

Interment private. Larsen, Gunda, Hilda, and Bendix lug patienU only when he was and a brother, James F. nipn- altu-k hi' 13 crranri. Trfiiriniieli, Via In T3-nb-H-r, StaDletOn. lu A I be carved out of America's southern an aura of false prestige to seize States.

power for himself. The nrorjosa! had been used lni Petain. he charred, onrxj.sed an HEYMANM--CLARA. on July. 23.ChUdren, three great-graudchUditn.

(where he was aUo active many years' The funeral will take place at r'BeT MDIUie oeioea susici ui Funeral from her residence. "105 in local Republican politics. He inur.sday with a requiem Erwin and Alice Fedders. Funeral Narrows Avenue, Wednesday, July was born in Manhattan and received mass at the R. C.

Church of Our service Thursday afternoon, 2:30, at 25 at 2 m. mtrment Valhalla'his medical degree from Long Is- Help of Christians. Burial Peth Chapel, 15 Palmetto lland University in 1838. will be in Holy Cross Cemeterv. Odegaard, E.

W. O'Donoghue, B. Olsen, Louise Owens, Ida Powell, Henry F. Powers, Frances Ray, Mary Read, Harry A. Riley, James T.

Rothermel.S. Cre.iter.Edna M. D'Arrigo, J. De'mpcey, M. B.

Fagan, Fran Is Fee. Mary V. Frien, Amanda Galiardi, John J. Ctierl, JuUa E. Gorman, Anna Henry, John C.

In 1 000 Pin no Rnin 1 past as par 0 Communist extension of the Maglnot Line along II I (WW rlUIIO rVUlU recruiting campaign among Amerl-'the Fianco-Belglan frontier. It was Continued from Page 1 can Nesroes. Mr. Davis, In his Dally in that tectlon. at Sedan, that the Worker article, expressed regret Nazi hordes sliced through In 1949 batteries threw up a terrific hall of fhal tne pIall Rad been allowed to to overrun France, flak and of enemy fiphters adP Tnls happened, he Gen.

Maxime Wevgnnd had adverse to battle the raiders, but thp influence of the "revl- rated continuing the Masinot forii-ston said the American Heildiveis sionlst mors wriirri Earl Browder fications to the northwest along the neai Droaaa. Dr. Mack was a member of Star rw.PTro OWENS At her residence. 62 0f Hope Lodge 430, F. and A.

CHARLES Ha rmoll strPpt, 011 Sl1turday, July iMontauk Tribe. 178. IndeDendent Corp. T. B.

Green, vT. 5.1.'..IDA OWENS. Funeral from the; Order of Red Men; the. Mont auk! pressed tneir aaacw nome wun had npmnted to filter into Com-'Belgian frontier. M.

Reynaud test! ro 01 Jam" unier, Haymakers and the Men's Club of neial seivlces at his residence, 1558iMarrv Avenue, on Wednesdav. Julv llnlnn CnnvrmHm.i rhumh Hrymann. Clara Saver, Kevin exreueni result. 'mnnist rWlriiie fipH D-Day Casually i3iey. cnariesw.

seaman, wiiDurs. evemng. 25, at 2 p.m. I Surviving, besides hU son, are two United Pres. War Correspondent The communist Stale Convention: "I do not believe Fiance could rrnjict Hfthprwht alsn nitn hqIkpv nouon.

ciim ot'if niuier. iwuiiy uui. iiiinuicni grandsons. Harold C. and Robert vnrpn nnflv in umnaip Hrnu.

iv it Art nu a man men rpn nv jCanarsie Cemeterj', July 28, at 2:30 POWELL HENRY iac Horton. LeRoy D. Shea. Stephen V. Spr-ip nllt he helrf or Orp.

1 IlOmaS B. Gieen. 20. Of 909 floor cairi 1t Inn pm. juiy 2i, l45, or Ba-37 K6.n street, 5th st tiiiorf in aers -errors ana overwiieuning spirit line mat reiain ana r.is tomorrow at the George Werst n.

warships were hit airec ly by heavy! gentlm.nl made it clear that the accomplices," said the former Johnson, Eli.se M. Sheedy, John Keele v.Patrick Snedeker, Maude IllT'ATTinn HSrrV NarNnB U7rw1 hllchir, it ha 'Elizabeth Travel's, Ida L. arged that both Petaln and nubiun-ouM, on uuiy (0f Flshkill mb'lni Hlrold by Krd' Corriwal Green iad been iercelv Cr'R burnmB.lishrnent of the Communist He ch Park). Services at! 'listed as missing since the dav he wnlch dissolved Brow- Weygam nd conspired to prevent the i. neiovea nusDana oi Laura inee poweu ipioral ral Vol.

John L. MWichmann, R. Wolf.Kathryn Knipfing, M. J. Lpl'o, Carnicla Lunden, Mary Mack, Dr.

C. Martin, Alice Forts Hit Osaka, Nagoyc der's leadership iti favor of estab- French army from going to North Lmvisi; i oi n-amc; orotner oi, th, WaikPr Pmicrai Homo I in ii landed on the Gene. Chester, Allen, Unda, Lillian 80Ul street.Woodlnven.Tues- Mary. Services at Walter B. Lt.w.M.Moegelin.

Normandy beach with Headquar-1 ters Company of the 1st Battalion, 1 307th Parachute Infantry. BECK On July 23. 1945 Cooke, Funeral 'lome, Interment Cedar Grove CHARLES, beloved husband of Avenue, Thursday, 1 p.m. Inter- cemetery Mae, dear father of Edward, Ann jment National Cemetery, Bridgeton.i The carrier strike kicked off a lishment of the Communist Politi- Africa to carry on the war after the of unprecedented American aerial al Association. jfaU of France He recounted the ftnfe within offensive durmtr which perhaps Bark to Marxism government at Bordeaux, to 2,000 Yank warplanes.

ranging from The delegates voted to return to which the government had fled fighters to giant B-29 Superfort-: first principles of Marxism in the from Paris. That led to M. were over the enemy home- class struggle. naud's resignation and Marshal land. Mr.

Davis said acceptance of the Petam's opening of negotiations A record fleet of over 600 B-29s man elTor- jn the Communist po- with the Germans for an armistice. land Mine Victim and Mae. Reposing at the J. (Evening News please copy.) POWERS FRANCES G. 'nee 3 B.

Cooke, Tnc. Funeral 1218 1 Staplctoiu, on July 23. 1945, at her" Flatbush Avenue, until Thursday. HORTON LE ROY residpRce. mi 2'2d Street beloved1 A memorial for 2d Lt, 8:30 a.m.; thence to Jerome's on Sunday, July 22, 1345,1.

of Plpm, aevotert mother 0f William M. Moegelln, army in-R. C. Church, where a requiem mass 'at his residence'. 209 'Lincoln Pvt Mrs K.

Nar-fantrvman, who was killed in ac- The young I paratrooper was i posthumously awarded the Corp. Thoma B. lireen Bomoed OiaKa ana wagova. ana sition influence of revl- Branded Defeatist ill be offered. oeiovea nusoana oi Ma oau and Lorraine sister v0p.

r- Trn. iwju miuuin sionism hart lea to acceptance oi crn nf Man' anrf hrnrhor nf Jton; ers and DoniDers ai.so nu-. others until the Communist Politi- "It would appear that ever since. Feb. 6, 1934, when he was sum- a.

tteynoios, mis. u. a. 9t c.M LODGE, NO. BEDFORD tryman Badge.

A graduate of St. iipiii-pr nu ruin" nfivire nr. Honshu from their bases oil Okl- cai Association in Harlem was Lamphron, Mrs. F. Heathcote, and sundav in the F.

fc A. F. A. nose oi uma rarocniai pcnooi, "C'nawa anc) Ivv0 Jlma ma' Tburs- pll n-i nf th. infected with liquidation at Kure opened tpurie.

rles PpUm 'as ralen a dcslre l0T you are. cl 88 Lefferts Place. 1, st nn eton ineral hereby requested to attend funeral Biwklyil, on 10 f'Z 7, raw itervtres for our brother. SAMUEL T. s.jt) a.m.

rcequirm ma.5." servires for our brother, SAMUEL Interment anfiinea r.iasinus nan nun acnooi: mam hlow ann, oeiore enwring me army, was ot rin.m uhpn Hakv launched his- power, ne fleciaiea. private. 'church of Our HpId of Chrta at ROTHERMEL. at Perry Funeral; jChuicn or Our Latij Help of cnns-jR Home, 118 Union Avenue. JOHNSON On July 24, 1945.

tiaiis Interment Holy Cross Flatbush a member of Company H. 14th In- m.6t nf rilv. bomb-v- ynmu uir! Jn lg40 hp sald peUjn fantry, New York National Guard. "dn Commumst. were on record as a- drlp of tnat Corporal Green, whose mother is 'vi W'aWlshment of a so-called fivp wUl have de.

L. Wednesday, July 25, 8:30 p.m.,ELISE M. of 711 70th Street, belovedi11'' and Church Aves, HAROLD A. STOLL, Master, mother of Mrs. William Johnsen.

Clv toa' Word that! i 1 dead, was an only child. His father, nfT mast 7u feat and dinatorship." Charles Weston Secretary. Mrs. Oeorge Poppe, Mr, Frank J. nej Mahonoy i a her residence, 363 fu' MtA L1 of' Honshu.

ishini existine 'rt iflclar nnr TAt 01 101S It. twrnis, nuium U. ana r-llim aRrh Blropt Rptl-lvn holmpri naai, urarivcu viiui iuc i w- muni, ir noi uv uinv vt rr? heLS of Ihi "'Johnson. Service at Fred HerbatXS? re- u' sion. 302d Engineers.

He i.s a mem- Jap Planes Join Battle and setting up a Negro beaten." of Memorial. 7501 5th. the late DeHa KMms: also ster I50'1pd kUledinstant ly ber of Post 302, American Legion. caught flatfooted In the opening Appell, to O'Dwyer Sweeney'. Funeral from his rest-i Thursday.

8 p.m. Funeral Friday, of Mrs. NeUie WaUlhi Mrs. Hannah, h.m. JtrS fj.

minutes of the Amervcan atrtke. the. Leader Loughlin's announcement; Indorsement Seen 8 DeKalb Avenue, "iieimeuv vu- Schauberger and Thomas 1 7. "japanese reaciea at iusu wiui i- week tohed off a steady dence, 218 t-ifi. anlialrrrafr harrnpp Then, Or i tery.

dav. July 25. at 9:30 a.m.; thence For Mrs. Earle Wednesday, 10 a.m., St. Anselm's: R.

C. Chiirch, 4th Avenue and ll lieutenant with the to Queen of All Saints R. C. Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.

1 1 oi prrjiPMa mm ancci npm the first time since Admiral Halsey.peais were said to have been madei ibesan his fleet assault on Japan on, t0 Mr O'Dwver to intervene, as! 'July 10, Japanese fighters rose to he dld wllen Tammany threatened: KEELEY PATRICK, suddenly, July 20, native of Slleve-Anolr, County Clare, Ireland, beloved St. Tlie was Continued frem Tage 1 Street. Reposing at the Parlors nf M.T a.inhlin fltO 3H stid Division of General Patch's 7th meet the attacking Americans. 'to denv its indorsement to Man- advanced for the G.O.P. lndorse- Charles We Higleyr Retired Banker denlv, July 23, beloved of Bridget Keeley (nee ri.nffht.r nf and Allene Rogers) dear brother of Thomas.

I Climbing through their own blaz- hattan District Attorney Frank Avenue. Interment Calvary Ceme-' tM y' March, 1942, and was sent over- READ HARRY ARTHUR, sud- a year ago. He was born in ing flak screen, the enemy fliers put, HoRan. According to word from the up a desperate but apparently fu- part 0f the ODDosition to Mr. oop -amr.

th. mn.r onrn. rrnv ravanaah: fond sister of Michael, Mrs. Bridget Loetterle and James H. Reposing Kennedy Chap Mrs.

Ellen Tonra. Reposing at residence, 149 Bergen Street. Re- Funeral services for Charles W.ilile baltle t0 defend tne grcst naval Davis' designation appears to be ment working in Mrs. Earle's favor denly. on July 22, 1945, beloved hus-1 Brooklyn and was graduated from ancnorage.

(spearheaded by Bronx Leader Ed-iis that the Reoubllcans. loinit all- qulem mass Wednesday, 9:30 tl 0 Nancv: Brooklyn Technical High School. I Higley, former second vice president St. Paul's Church. Interment Holyi- was emDloved as a salesman be- of the Chase National Bank, will be The Kure strike apparently wasWard j.

Flynn, who was originally out in favor of the Goldstein-still in progress long after mid-day, reported opposed to Mr. O'Dwyer's' McGoldrick-Pette ticket on the almost 12 hours after it nomination because of his Ameri-1 good government Issue, could not Cross Cemetery. hr iz-ffertsore entering the service. i held at 8 p.m. tomorrow in his home, Besidcs his widow he is survived 1558 Canarsie Road.

Burial will be KNIPFING MICHAEL on Place, Wednesday at 8 Lquauy successiui can Labor party backing. Mr. Flynn consistently deprive her of their l.l- r. rt l. T.W....,.

1.. Monday, July 23, 1945, at his home. Mr. Hialey died Sunday in Mid- 1 UM" in nis Bronx canaiaaies sev- indorsement, in view oi ner record RILEY JAMES July 21. 1945, Drage; a sister, Mrs.

Paul Blake, gum irt.uo, i.v w. pirn weeks dKii riiiu uiurjcu LI1CIII beloved husband of Joan. Repos-; and two brothers. Ernest, now with wood Hospital. He was 70.

Born in el. 2603 Church Avenue, corner Rogers Avenue. Notice of funeral later. Albert V. O'Connell directing.

COLEMAN AMES on July 22, 1945, beloved brother of Mary C. Donovan and Thomas Coleman. Reposing at the Funeral Home of T. J. Higglns Son, 203 Jay Street.

Solemn requiem mass 10 a.m., Wednesdav, at the Church of the Assumption, interment Holy Cross Cemetery. CRESSER EDNA M. of 12 Mof Petitions Out Sunday ertn fa.ltic, rl.o it Brooklvn. he was associated r- oaring untiea. and Robert.

Members of the Citizens Non- 306 Post Avenue, Westbury, L. beloved husband of Anna M. Knipfing; father of Catherine M. Kaiser, Florence E. Krupp, Charles Jo- Mts.haal TP Wiitiam 4 lng at.

Funeral Chapel. 7703 5th the navy Avenue; requiem mass Our Lady of! the American. Express Company for Leader, Visit i Partisan Committee will begin clr- R. C. Church, Wednesday, eigni tars oeioie joining uie tqui-i A rieWatinn nf five Tarn man rulatlnir Mrs.

Earle's netitlons Sun- Sister Mary Antoine Daniel, Robert.9130 am jVicfor H. Briggs. JJLmL practically unopposed in the air. 'leaders yesterday visited Mr. Flynn1 day, the first day under the law f.ll.V'fu.ftLi Tokyo said Kobe.

Okayama, To- at his law office, CO E. 42d Man-; when the signing of Councilmanlc George Richard Agnes pavtt.t?k-f.vtm smi nf jkushlma, Himeji. Wakayama and nattan, and upon leaving said he nominating pennons is permitiea. J. Purcell Albeit brother ofjSaVPr and Mlldred KIahive Saver John also survived by 26 grand-of 92 s.

Mnntaomcrv Avenue. Bay in 48 The Republicans axe expected to Production Chief Kuwana Valso were brought under would make a statement hnnrc Thtf inMiiriaH fat Street Runrtav. Julv 22. 194a fat Mi-hopi name three or four randidatjes fnr aoacK. children and one great-grandchild, beloved wife of Fred and devoted frnm hU hom.

He retired in 1940. i u.i-- T.m.:th( Council from Rrooklvn. The Shore. N. suddenly, on July 22, 1945.

Requiem mass at St. Pat- Survlvinu are his widow. Mrs.Har-l 111 Pal" I Victor H. Briggs, color production MFier OI ttnn 1 i ln P.eni.ipm mast i Rt. Pr ifflrt's Hrli's Church Rav Shore.

on.manager for E. J. Trum. Schenck Higley, and a Z'TT'V mZ VVZmin.te nine. Three have been placed and Howard Finn.

Serv-i' Huehes R. Cnurcn at lO a.m. lniermeni Werinpsriav Julv 25 at 10 n'clnrk Mrs. C. E.

Freas. manufacturers, 80 Richards ratvittfAint WMthllH' Holy SEAMAN-WILBUR of 184 .7 of He Long Island. pneumonia. was in his early ices at Welgand Bros, runerai Home, 10J3 Halsey Street, Wednesdav, 8:30 p.m.; funeral Thursday, 3 p.m. Interment The Evergreens.

D'ARRIGO JOSEPH. 18 years old, Clinton Street, on Saturday, July rntft. nn ii sixties and lived at 433 Central Park John H. Light, tons of bombs and lens of leader of part of the 6th; Jo-1 'n the field by the Liberal party sands df machine gun-slugs into the seph H. Broderick.

leader of half ofian(l the American Labor party, enemy homeland. i the 7th; Fred Dickens, leader of meet ing tomorrow night is ex- I part of the 13th. and Herbert L.I Pted to decide whether it will Other Pacific Action Bruce, leader of part of the 12th. nominate more than one candidate. Elsewhere on the vast Pacific bat-i Mr.

Broderick, in a telegram to' Milton Goell, attorney, housing tie lines these developments, too. Mr. Loughlin made public before "pert and one of Brooklyn's fore- watin, Horiinp -f uj most civic leaders, has received the 1945. beloved wife of Vlncenzo; 11 i West, Manhattan member of Army Transport voted mother of Arthur, "r'v nn 1 Mr- Capt. Victor H.

Lucy Dingfeld, Ida and Marie. I88 Place- Wednesday, 2 m. Jr WM klUed'in acUon P.nnuinor -t. th- Anrlrpiv Tnrrptrrnssa v.r Poninin Retired Firm Head Service, beloved son of Col a ti i cj i csn i jiiiy ii.ir 79th Street, 1045 at Snffern helnvpri uifeiBriggs had been awarded the rt- 'Sf r- h.t f' Labor party's Indorsement as Its runrrai xiuine, jjuj resmence, ma t. am oiwi, Brooklyn.

Solemn requiem mass', nftiiiRulshed Service Crass for i "7 nominee. He to actually a Demo- Thursday, July 26, a.m. ur GW and'-Fieralsosmed by aliP on the Normandy coast on' Geneva. y. Ju 24-John at 0 'ra 1, Tyrant A M117.7.10.

1J1 PClOr. 1 1 a. Interment St. ov 11 Bm' Lillian Jaeger of San Fran ttauio BHiam uommunisi uavis. Mr.

hnm in Pivmnnth Cereals Company here and a Singapore. SAVE FATS AND WASTEPAPER DEM PSE ARG Art hi on -umis wmt-iri. California, and two grand July 23, 194a. beloved momer oi LUNDEN MARY, on Monday, ichlldren. Member Marguerite.

Services at the 23, 1945, beloved mother of Roosevelt Chapter, rttler, of Mas sachu and of'fi lOeneral Hospital. He was 88. (civilian from the captured Brittoh the Tammany elections No. 623, O. E.

8., Massainuseius ana 0111- naval base was under way. Stand (secretary of Tammany) and; mann Funeral Home. jb- Mrf Anne Tarant, Mrs. Eelyn are invited to Rel igious and Pra-'wra of the Revolutionary Army. Ail 2-An American ta.sk force under yourself will sabotage the succe.v-i maica.

Avenue, wicnw llsf5 Mate class ternal services on on Wednesday, 2 p.m. Interment tj and Edward G.jat Koch Funeral Tuesday, p.m., r.sld-nt nf Admiral John H. Brown-ful of the Democratic ticket! Horn-, 585 Ever-brother. Ernest of the Twentieth Tokvo said it numbered November and drive God-fearirg gaiter B.Cooe DIGNIFIED At Low $1 FUNERALS At OUR FUNERAL HOMIS Green-Wood cemeterj. sicter or Miss Ai.nps Mar.

'green Avenue. Int erment cover Design. Beiore We in the Pea of Democrats out of the Democratic FAGAN FRANCIS beloved survived by grand-jaaj. tu.w a.m., kuinnpn wa.i.;. "'f h1' iT, wZ mraber of tocal lodw of Elb.

and bomoaroea man i brother of Hannah Mary M. emmren Keposmg at tne JTinerai, SHIP. nn RlinH 'r Surviving are a son. Dr. tne nortnern wnn-; mi.

via nominal on wa a.ao. 'i 1 nn nnnns ion. dv uueens James Roth and Lillian T. Ca.sev, Jiliy Home of George C. Herb.st Son.j 1 daughters.

Fannie L. Light of Max-! 3-Other American waraliliw A. Roe and I Queens Representative 1945 Fun" rom Peth Chape 741 5th Avenue, near 68th Street 22' his hom 63 Lewis tional Capital Press in Washlngh 5 PalinetStreet near Broadwav juntil Thursday, a.m. For informa- Av pnueVS.FP IENJ Mmf s'jrv'vi. besides his brother.

thpnT," nnr tion ohonc SHore Road 8-4860. Md of the late Marion: devoted widow. Mrs. 'Harriet e.T.n 9:30 a.m.; thence to Ouritioii pnonc tnore ttoad 8-4860. lenkins son, Florence B.

Light and uncnaueiism nai.icu jeilKllis rnmniorrK.rairtinj nra that, "iinthinir ran iiistifv the tip.sii;- Jenk on i.e Uovd A Bosworth of Geneva, and coast J.v Thursday Ar 1 nnn KvjactM wi. a mn'ci vji tiu. 1 01 IKK, Lvvu uauguicrit, uitiu)5 Hiiu i that sank or damaged several Japa- nation of a Communist by the Dem Good Counsel R. Lady of MACK-Dr. CHRISTOPHER, on'U- S.

M. overseas; dear son 01 Gloria Briggs, and a grandson. Vic-; a- Aiirea i. ui rait-nnu ocratic party city and it will nese vessels. requiem mass Julv 23, 1945, aged 78 vears, beloved iThereia and brother of H.

Briggs 3d. Services will be Sicily. Church; solemn 10 a m. father of Harrv E. Mack: Daniel John P.

and Joseph held at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at All 131 IMa tmlmirt lUililw 4-UN 1211 lUuuu Ara-lkUaWT2l4- isa-w MMd SSXSLumim MHI U-32 fftt ItgiMHM Flokaf MW0 TIN tflU.NI $71 tetM.WttllritirtoUMt2.US MANHATTAN 117 Wm. 7M Strnt-TRafdnr 7I7M 14S1 Frtt fain HHMmSrn 4-MOO 1 Wf lMtk Strtt MinMnrf a. US t. TrMMrt 7-27M 141 HiOi ami WOli Nana 41T2 214 MaMWitca A i mm Midfl PWna )1 Phone hr ttfrcitnatfrto 06hta(lwi F.

Shea. Funeral from Sullivan Angels Church. 81st St. and -t C.ili. grandfather of Harold C.

and Rob; 4 U. S. Navy planes sank or damaging to the ticket, par-aged seven enemy ships off Korea1 ticularly in my country." He said and in the Yellow Sea. and aircraft he was "thoroughly disgusted." of Gen. Dowlas MacArthurs com-' i.

nim.a it domi a an FEE MARY V. 'nee Jordan), on Julv 23. beloved wife of James A. Funeral Home, Willoughby and nd Manhattan. iDUWIUWI CdllMIUIC ert S.

Mack. Services Wednesday Lewis Avenues, on Wednesday, Jtuy Fee. loving mother of D.m.. at Georae Werst Funeral To Get New Plan Joseph, Marie, Elizabeth. Veronica! Home.

7141 CooDer Avenue. Funerali25- Requiem mas Church of St WAUU lUUic uu.i.k6i.u 109 other craft. Former State Senator Brcnmn and Richard. Funeral from real- Thursday, 1:15 p.m. Cremation the Baptist at 10 o'clock.

6 Enemy accounts Mia three "rnu xn Herman Shulman, Continued from Page 1 dence, 1663 72d Street. Requiem Fresh Pond. Member of Star of tnacc at riir T.aHv rillflHnllinP ir ,1 XT ion IP t. Allied surfaced off oi SHEEDY JOHN, of 1401 Madison July 22, 1945, be- on the west and Jay St. on the Wand in the Bon ins at 3 a in.

ougmin is memocr, east, but will not include the Naval 'this morning (Tokyo timet and protest, Depot between Pearl and Jav S's. 'shelled shore targets for 30 minutes Ml'. Brennan said "In taking t.ns Zionist Leader lloved husband of Cecilia; father ment Holy Crow Comriery. Dircc-and Moutauk Haymakers No. 178V.

raorosLi iMargaret Walter, Patricia Stein lion oi m. v. uosgrove. rO'TP CT A new 60-foot strip will separate. The same island was bombarded RIDS PK RBTEIVEO promise to me of political prefer- TTT- TTT VI Mn nn Hi-AftM.

ARTIN ALICE (nee Wilson). Mary Hawkins, and John Jrpfcial 1o Brooklyn Fade July 23, 1945. beloved wtfe of ma Thursday July 26 "stamford Conlv, 24Hrr the proposed housing project from early yesterday by American de the rienot. To cre.i'.e this housing "strnvers. ty Hip Koar.i of Witfr Supply at in thirteenth fl.r.

110 Wall S.re't. on Julv 22, 1940. beioveo wne Dc, 'at 9 a.m.. St. Briiid's R.

C. Church. I vice chairman of development "sunerblock" the mapi the American Zionist Emergency. that Pearl. High.

Nassau and b. I. Funeral Home, 187 South Oxford Reposlng at Stengel's Funeral Street. Solemn requiem mass at 10 Home, 289 St. Nicholas Avenue.

In- iurvei. nr luiuiiiufu, i am idik i uy. lintii 11 1.1 i.ni. ins'- an American and nothing you or Jr anyone else can offer me will In- lotine and dniiverin pua duce me to put a price on Ameri. meei holts.

and tapr bron canism. i nun. rnbbr linings and eovennn for terment Calvary Cemetery. Council and a director and general concord St.v would have to oe rtu.ci.u.i ncuu. counsel of the Pepsi-Cola cioSed, within the limits of the Resignation Accepted SNEDEKER At Wyckoff.

N. J.alPQ esie.uay in aiamioio. site. July 24 CJ Governor The Queens Democratl: executive iastinfl. and pip.

roiipiinai A 11 MA H. Y. fl 1 1C ll i i via ainuin.tu The map is a link In the Chain a reivel" tnHnv Rnnilout and W.t Branch effu- I.nt chambers and Shaft 6 dralnann of the late George W. and Mary E.lere- ui j.n...-, nf fn! Frfivarl C. v01.

of Peter loving mother of Mrs. Richard W. O'Neill, Margaret M. and Peter J. Funeral Thursday.

0 a.m., from her residence, 1674 E. 49th Street. Requiem mass R. C. Church of St.

Thomas Aquinas. Interment St. Charles cemetery. GALIARDI JOHN on July 22, of 9006 5th Avenue, beloved husband of Ellen and father of Staff Sgt. John C.

and Anne, Rita, Anthony and Daniel Galiardi. Survived by one brother, Charles, and three sisters of Norwalk, Mrs. Snedeker. Funeral service on uuring tne past three years Mr. wclvlc center and beautification; 'Snauon v.

7the sw.ficVt ionT4" a.m., mursciay at si. Aims unurcn. T. J. Higgins Son, Directors.

MAY ANDREW July 23, 1945, devoted father of Edna Donoghue, Mildred, Saul and Winifred Carson; grandfather of George Donoghue, Reposing at Frank J. Hans Sons Home for Funerals, 192-07 Jamaica Avenue, Hollis, until Friday, 9:30 a.m. Solemn requiem mass Incarnation Church. Interment Holy Cross Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the C.

smuman led numerous delegations; of the surrounding; Thomas as State mreclor of civilian r.i,..i, Qfus to Washlnetin nn hehalf nf th Flushing, both incumbents, and L. by the War Produrtion Board Van Emburgh Mortuary. 306 E. wasuingwn on oenat oi tne ii protection, a rwst he cl 0 for the matmai and equipment in- Rideewood Avenue Ridaewood cause. He was thc Zionist 5in.

Anrii iUaVv yemenie oi uzone fark, rontraft ttiagewooa Avenue, niQgewooa, in. j. nemnrratic Plan Pushed by Cashmore Hs P. A. Lambe of Queens Vi age FamphietM rontainin information for L.

in ills iciiPi vi irr.Msiiauuii, ciirv- nd Harold Kessler nf Jamairi 'a or hid and contract. of; National convention which adopted Mr. Cashmore has sought for colonel Thomas told; Vi ,1 i 7 malca-l jpnrieaiu.iw. eontrmi n-- TRAVERS IDA LOUISE. nm.pn pc mo ant onri at.

"A a.rc tn imv. thi nntni no- ji 124-21 Hillside Avenue, on July 23, u.u...., v.u... r- tnn inar nix u'nrK B. ni teraay ciectea Kaymona senmtut jj 1 a'. 1 geiovea wub ui uie mie joiiu n.

can rrancisco uonierence. Me was proacn 10 uic bioukiji. nuuse, a'wtnp tint nhnnt romnlete Cemetery. He nl the ahuve address, upon application Theresa Dellus, Mrs. Margaret I executive committee chairman.

in or ny man, hv also scheduled to attend the forth-! well as Borough Hall, serve as a acjdPd that he was anxious to resume and mother of Lester E. and Lt. Col John H. Jr. Reposing at the Clarence F.

Simonson Funeral Home. Pcrone and Mrs. Lucy Cocco. Now McDONOTJGH On July 23, 1945, reposing at English's Funeral Home, THOMAS native of County Ros- coining World Zionist Conference1 modern "front door entrance" to hjs whjCh he left three1 Hit O'Dwyer's Silence nt for each pan.phV:. wuh'n In London as a representative of (Brooklyn.

ne-hlf veara am to heeome1 Th. n.mn,.r... tn. r. jjiuu Aicuonam nve.iur.

a. u.i Pommon, Ireland. Reposing at mWAe Avenue. Richmondahe Amciican Zionist emergency, The first sten was acquisition of Nassau Countv civilian Drotectlon di- tein thrnnoh th.tr t.mtvwjrv wil bo refunded rath weunutt, w.u. u.

uaingan runerai Home, dim tseaiora Hilli L. I. Solemn requiem mass Council. the area bounded by Prospect. chairman.

Thomas F. Cnimian m. "If11 t.hA aA'! ll, "-Avenue. Kequiem mass inursaay, Thllrslav 26 at 10 a at Our Church, Fort Hamilton. 9 a St.

Patrick's Church. Inter-lry Qf lhe celucic r. c. Church. Bom in Romania and brought to.

Washington, Tillary and Fulton: a spokesman explained that under dav challenged Mr. O'Dwvrr to ie- p.vm,ni-t reti.m'd in this country at the age Of 6. Mr. followed bV elimination Of law nPP's existence will eon- miriiate tin. ilesistntlnn nf m.nvil.

GIERL JULIA on July in is nf im.17 117th street, beloved: rrT.tTHf tv p.TttrrtNF VOLZ JOHN Julv Shulman was a graduate of the dilapidated buildings on these until Julv 1. 1946. The major man Davi. Mr. Cohalan said that the ahov-ad University of Alabama.

He was ad-. blocks. Subsequently, the area was function of the unit, at nre.sent Is the Rrooklvn nrnverimv rnniimn.ni. a. Hl'lK- Prllen': wile of Arthur; devoted mother of 'loved mother of Mrs.

Frank R. Ia m'iVnn imittfri t0 the New York Slate bar. improved as the Parkcs Cadmanllnf disposal of several million dol-silence pointed an "irrevocable al-1 Cheater Olerl and sister of Mrs. Mrs. M.

A. Edmonds. Jack and Roy bto.her of 7 ls20' Plaza." Since then the wortn of Federal with he CommumsM and ihe RICHARD H. BVRKK Annli frt Tharlntt. Friend and fT jnohlin hv RepOSlng at OCOTUinr JiCaneyi Ivlna or-o hie irir.iv It Tr.

mimnrmi. -1 -u-j r- r. Commurist-cnntrolled A. L. Mnn-n Kruisnvf- r.

Roosevelt Ave-lb(VCfft slnilmani anri Richard Fairbend. Servi i ices at me eranacnuarcn. JteoosinB Jonn T. to sons, and plans for the ultimate1- L. until N.

F. Walker Funeral Home. 87-34 rtallaaher Funeral Home. 2M9 JacKson Hents Ensign Paul Shulman of the navy, improvement of the Civic Center. Mass of re- 80th Street, Woodhaven, church Avenue.

Requiem mass st.lWedneday' 9:39 on his way home from action in tlie Engineers on Mr. Cashmore Teresa's Church, Cla.sson st' Joan Church, at 10 paPiflCi alld Pt-Ci Mark shulman, staff have collaborated with the p.m. i a.m. Interment St. John's Cemetery, Thursday, 9:45 a.m.

now with the army in Europe. Serv-jCity Planning Commission from the WICHMANN 2d Lt. ROBERT ices will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow start of the postwar planning pro- On July 22, 1945, TICE H. nt 11,.

killed In action over Chinajat the Free Synagogue, 40 W. 68th, gram. Last April tne commission Mav 10 i945 dearly beloved Manhattan. i adopted a master plan for the Civic SE LED RIPS WU. PK RECEIVED hv t.

nf Witter -iff thirtonth floor. 120 Wall' S'rpt. 'w York i.Vy, until 11 ')0 a.m., Eastern Vr T'm, on Tuesday. 7. for r7 1 for furnihinR.

lectins an-1 bri.nue pine ana rHnnK, bion.e tanr ri mi-h-ende1 hrone mud mel boi: ni bronrr nd r'- nut. for the and Wpm firanrh effluent chambers of the aqii'duct, ai tet forth In the Rntini nf A hax hen asjupnU hv th1 War Tioduftinn Husrtl fur tlie niati-nal." and equipineiU m-eluded in I hi ''oniauiinK Inrnmat1nn fnr bidder forma of h.d end rontr.it l. M''''ifu h' inns, c.mtrvt dr.i i "OurTekphmeNevtr Slteps Center and downtown area. Mean llUUigUi IIVI.VU KUC ui William Mond; dear mother of Mrs. Edith L.

Nickels; sister of Mrs. Helen H. Rudd, Mrs. Mary F. You are sure of receiving prompt, courteons, ympatlieMc and understanding service by transfering every detail of funeral arrange, ment to capable, professional shoulders.

son or Fred and Irene HoLsten Wlchmann of 1253 E. 24th Street; while, a group of banks entered Jn QJcmorfam i into an agreement with the city Mnnri unit C.enrse Wolf. survived by orotntr, Kicnarn, HOOTO ALICE. In loving for construction of the housing site. i in oilot.

U. A A. nd sister. tan Avenue, Kew' Gardens. SolVmn 'Joyce.

Memorial service to be memory of our dear mother who i Under the Wment the city muat take the necessary steps to acquire all the property before the end of requiem mass at St. Thomas Jooa snepnera Bny JUiy ntjo. Arjostle Church 87th Street wood-'Church, Avenue and New York in our hurt there m.s picture tiiinn. w.rlnoui.1. 11 of Of our mother lad to re-t Just four words, yet they apeak volumei.21 houri a day, Hiti jrear this oulalanding arvii it prepared for any emergency.

Fail-child Sons HORTICIAXS MXLt Ittt niKhiie, tiMwi iiiih. aaooKi.vn n.tsaiNO JAMAIC CABDKN CITT nnvpn. weanesnav. iu a.m. iiiipr- haven, Wednesday, 10 a.m.

1945, and then offer the entire area for sale at public auction at a minimum price of $1,076,565. ii, thr I .11 IIITIIIUl, -O .1111 JU p.m. 1 Fnr mother drar you Ki'i'p her Jesus Ttiy WOLF-Suddenlv al Ulster Park. I 'nil reach that thinmt hore, ment St. John's Cemetery.

J. J. Gallagher Sons, Directors ODEG A ARD Julv 22. 1945. ELDOR of 4811 6th Avenue, i'iir'MM''nts to nrtv imp he nblnined ih iffm of S-r'tntv 1 tlie above nddr'S uitort flimht nt in per.inn or hv innl hv rip no.i tine th putn of Vi-'fl "I eh it? uin i lor earh patrphhM.

follnwme tin awmd of r-I tprti-m nf tli full vn'Oin? rf idp'i! lu oiiii-'l-'d pHfii- phlpi a. i iml and a refund of $4 0(1 --t mad fi'- othr p.imphlc! i "tuvrifd in pp'flble ron- rt 1 1 ti-n Vr firthT in 1 1 i-1 i N. KATHRYN WOLF, of 91-53, "and love he, tw. Brooklyn' Outtinltnr Puntral Dtrrrtnrn for 60 Yftn 8itn street, woixlhaven, devoted SONS, DAUGHTERS and GRAND CHILDREN. Brooklyn, father of Birgen and mother cf Muss Anna Wolf, Mrs Arthur Odegaard.

Survived by one, Emily Yunker, Mrs. Katherlne Mc- at 1K0 Aff.r f' i 1'lnff V.ns npfr Igrandchlld. runerai services Rt the Carthy. Mrs. Louise Hauser and Pfr.j STEPHENS In sad and loving wu JOSEPH McGUCKIH 1341 Bedford Avenue Tel.

NEvin. 8-5251 Dignified Service Plui economy IHVINO A UTTE. Vital notlcei oecepted 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. for publication th tome day; oi lot oi 10 D.m.

Saturday night for publication. Walter B. Cooke, lr Funeral William 'Wolf. Services at N. memory of our devoted father, Home, 571 Forest- Avenue, West Walker Funeral Home, R7-34 80th'THOMA3 J.

STEPHENS, who died Brighton. S. Wednesday, 2 p.m.iStreet, Woodhaven, on July 24, 1934, Masses offered this i Interment Silver Mount 2 p.m. imorning. SONS.

AI IS i M'-GAHEN rommi.v-ner Parl of.

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