THE NEWPORT New- ALBERT E.PAILTHORPE, GRANITE CUTTER, DIES Maun Avenue Resident Passes Away at Hospital After Brief Illness Albert E. Pallthorpc, 78, of 711 Mann avenue, died Sunday at the Neil-port Hospital fitter a brief illness. He war a retired granite cutter. I Borr. In Warren, he lived for time in F'awtucket before moving to Newport. He was a me'mber St. thorpe of Providence; a daughter, Mrs. Mary M. Â· Beauregard of Bristol; a sister, ' Sister Anne Bridgctte of Denver, Colorado; and six grandchildren. . Tho funeral of Albert E. Pailthorpe 01 7 Maim avenue took place from the O'Neill Funeral Home Wednesday to St. Jo- A solemn high I mass was celebrated by the the Holy Name Society of Joseph's Church and of the Granite Cutters Union. Surviving are his wife, . t . Minnie Mumford Pallthorpe, three sons, Edward T., sexton of St. Joseph's Church, Raymond A. Pawtucket, and Walter W. Pail- . Damaged city Newport, M. ha* of. the Sdsvanl A. HIgney, pastor, with :he Rev. Edward V. Hughes as deacon, and the Rev.' J. Joseph Cooney as sub-deacon.-The Rev. John Shea and the Rev, John \V. Murphy were In the sanctuary. Interment took place in Mount L Mary's cemetery In Pawtqck- et. The beaicrs were Edmund O'Brien. Jamas Phillips,' l1 Pride, William Pride, Leo Mum- ford and John Mumford.