The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on September 2, 1963 · 59
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DEATHS AVOEHSON In Boston, Aug. 90, fcthel M, 1 plover i of J Lime it., wife el the lt Claude O. D Andrr ii .nnnnn, ina. ana s1 r.lrwimr VL Mul Chester Glftvr Alice nsner oi wnner, vt., and tdgar M. Glover of Rutherford, N.J. Funeral services at the Waterman Chapel, 495 Commonwealth av lire Fisher of Wilder, Vt., nd pinmort sg., Boston, on Tuesd.ty. Sept. 9 at 3 cm. Friends may call ft the Chapel on Monday, 7 to 9 .m. Interment it Plainrield, Vt ,IWANGr.R Of Medford and Maiden, suddenly, Aug. 30. Albert W of 400 Pleasant st. Husband of ,,5-.rnlnl" J" rarsnieyi. rawer of William l.. Robert r.. Carol A., and . Kenneth M. RlKUjaneer Qnn famuel A. Biswanger. Brother of jir. nuin urany, services at tne Gaffey Memorial Funeral Home, 4.) High, at.. Medford sq. on Tuesday. : 6ept. 3. at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Sun-" day 7-8 p.m , Monday 3-5 and 1-8 p.m. BOISPOVNEAITT In Woburn, Sept. , 1. Clara (Royi wlte of the late Henry N. Boissnneault of 8 Dewey "v. Funeral from the Lynch-Cantil-lon Funeral Home, 263 Main St., Wednesday. September 4 at B a.m. Solemn Hish Mass of Requiem at St. Joseph's Church at 9. Calling hours Monday and Tuesday 2-5 and 1-10. BRADY In Woburn, Aug. 31. Mary UU. (Doyle, of 36 Clinton St.. wife .of John L. Brady. Funeral from the McLaughlin Funeral Home. 54 Pleasant st.. Tuesday at 8:15 a m. ' High Mass of Requiem at St. ,; Anthony's Church at 9 o'clock. , Relatives and friends invited, Visit-lni hours 3-5 and 7-10. BFESEF In Dorchester. Sept. 1. David 7 H. Bresee of 7 Bullard st., beloved ,,on of Gila uiuaai ana the late '.Oscar Bresee; brother of H. Judd and Lillian M. Bresee. Funeral services at J. B. Cole & Gleason : funeral Home. 490 Columbia rd.. ' on Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Rela-. tives and friends Invited. Visiting .' hours Tuesday, S to 4 and 7 to 9 BROOKS Of Medwav, Charles W., age til. l.aie residence mciaa si. . Husband of Florence VV. Brooks , Devoted father of Robert Brooks of Milbury and Beatrice Schwenden- '. man of Medway. Brother of GeorKi-ana Deoos. Survived by 5 grand- o Children and 2 great grandchildren. Service at the Village Congresation i Church at. 2 o'clock Wednesday. r' Calling hours at the Hofstra Funer- , al Home. Lincoln St.. West Medway. on Monday 7 to 9 and Tuesday 3 s to S ana 7 to . lnrermeni, ai jan land Cemetery, Medway. BROWN Of 234 West Squantum it.. (rhannpll). wife of the late Man- " gon S. Brown. Relatives and friends ' are invited to attend the service at the Russell Funeral Home. 644 Hancock St.. Wollaston. Wednesday, Sept. 4. at 1 o'clock. Friends may " visit at the funeral home Monday evening from 7 to 9 and Tuesday afternoon and evening from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. BURKE In Brighton Aug. 31, Joseph F., beloved husband of Julia A. (Connor) and father of Rev. .'oseph F. Burke S. J.. Mrs. James Tobin of Brighton, Mrs. James Casey of Milton, Mrs. Barbara Brp-gan of Brighton and the late William A. Burke. Late residence. 15 Langley rd. Funern! from the ; Mc-Ramara Funeral Home, 460 Wash-.Ington st. (at Lake st.) on Wednes- .. mnrnina at Q'lfi nrlnck. Fol- lowed by a Solemn Requiem High Mass in Our Lady Of the rresen-tatirm Church at in o'clock. Rela tives and friends invited. Interment Evergreen Cemetery. Late member of B.F.D. and the Presentation Holy Name , Society. Visiting hours 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 .p.m. parking area in rear oi iu-neral home. k BURKE Of Belmont, Aug. 81. Lillian aC. of 41 Upland id., mother of Wallace H. Burke. Funeral from the .Brown and Sons Chapel, 36 Trapelo rd., Belmont. Tuesday, Sept. 3 at 8 Ja.m. High Mass of Requiem at St. (Joseph's Church at 9 a.m. FrierMs Crnay call at the chapel Monday evening, 7-9. Please omit flowers. BVSCANERA In Chelsea. Sept. 1, Colegro Lena (Bruno) of 68 Clark av., beloved wife of the late Joseph and mother of Mary Nate and Mrs. Lillian Leggiardro of Chelsea and sister of Ignazio Bruno of New York. Funeral Wednesday. Sept. 4. vfrom the Parrotta Funeral Home. ''314 Washington av., Chelsea, at 8 a.m. Solemn High Funeral Mass at St. Rose's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Visiting hours 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. CAFARELLA In North Quincy. sud-. rfenlv. Sent. 1 Thomas, beloved husband of Felicia (Ristucciai. of -(? Young St. Father of Ann D'Arc- angelo of North Quincy. Brother of i Vrank of North Quincy and Dom- ,.enic. Vincent and Joseph of Aus-i Trana. neiauves ana nirmra cie respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Keohan Funeral Home, 785 Hancock st., wulla-,TON. Tuesday, at 8:15. High Mass 5 of Requiem in Sacred Heart Church -at 9 o'clock. Visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. fAM.AHAN In Ttrfehton. Sent. 1. 1963. Catherine P.. beloved dauehter t Margaret F. and the late Denis Callahan of 22 Bennett St. Com-'-plete notice later. CARROLL William G.. Q F.D.. re- -tirea. in wumcy Aug. J", oi jo Burns av.. beloved husband of 'Theresa R. (Brnnan) Carroll: brother of Mrs. Margaret McLeod and Mrs. Helen Shea of Quincy. .Reposing at the Joseph Sweeney Funeral Home. 74 Elm St., Quincy , Center until Tuesday morning at 8. High Mass of Requiem at St. John's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to attend. Visiting hours Sunday 7-10. Monday 2-4 and 1-10. Interment Mt: Wollaston. Late -member Massachusetts and Quincy .Fireman's Relief Assn. CASAVANT In Waltham, Aug. 31. Frederick C. Sr., husband of the late Margaret G. (Dowd). and father of Donald D., Arthur J. Frederick C. Jr., all of Waltham. and Mrs. Margaret G. Bohnson of Portland, Me. Residence 76 Washington av. Funeral from the F. J. Joyce & Son Funeral Home. 552 Main St.. Wednesday. Sept. 4 at 8:1o a.m. High Mass of Requiem at St. Charles Church at 9 a.m. Interment at Calvary Cemetery. Rockingham Junction. N.H. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Visiting hours 3-5 and 7-10 p.m. CASS In Salem Hospital, Aug. 31. Thomas E. Cass of 59 Central St.. Topsfield. husband of Alice K. (Richardson) Cass, and son of the late Thomas F. and Frances ( O'Day ) Cass. Funeral will take place from the Clarence R. Lyons and Sons Funeral Home, 28 Elm St.. Dan-vers, Tuesday, at 9 a.m., followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Rose of Lima Church. Topsfield. at 10. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Visiting hours this evening 7-9 p.m., and Monday 2-4 and 7-9 P m. Interment in Pino Grova Cemetery, Topsfield. CHRISTIE Fntr4 In (Bnt 1. Bertha, of 24 Fairbanks St., Brook-line, beloved wife of Hyman Christie; devoted mother of Mrs. Lee Gootman of Philadelphia. Mrs. Rose ""ji oi Boston, ana Mrs. mia Vellerman of Newton and loving grandmother of 6 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. Service at the Solomon Chapel. 420 Harvard St., Brookline. today. Monday. Sept. 3 at 1:00 p.m. Private Memorial Observance through Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Saul E. Moffi, 236 Beacon St., Bos- Ton. Kindly omit flowers. He-memberances in her memory may Je made to the PeW Bent Brigham Hospital Building Fund. Boston. I CTMIXO In Winchester. Sept. I,1 Ann (Ansaldi), beloved wife of eiatieo cimino. of 887 Mam St.. mother of Mrs. Anna DiZio of West Medford. Mrs. Lena Benin-tasa of Winchester. Mrs. Jennie Eono and Domenick Cimino of Stoneham. Joseph M. Cimino of Charlestown. sister of the late Catherine Benenato runeral from he Lane Funeral Home. 760 Main rut. nMinnHatr. Sent. 4. at S:1S vSolemn High Mass hi Immacu late conception c hurrn at 10 o'clock Visiting hours Monday and Tuesday 3-5 and 7-10. i BOSTON bRVlt MONUMENTS S0O Washington St. Roalindile, JA 4-4300 EVERETT WOOOLIWN MEPtOffiaLt, INC 31 S Elm St- epe. Woodnwe Cam. 7-6061 QUINCV CHIstLES C. WORSE CRINiTt CO, INC, SH0WROOW8 24 Villfe4 St., PR S-C641 Rl. XI, M. Attlebor, NT I-M71 QUINCV CUINCT HEWORIiL CO. 1 Witlee St W. Qut-ef Bfe: n Aaansg ft, Serertette KN B-2424 471-234 DEATHS tlARK In Ntwtnnvllle, Mass., Aug. 30. 18M. Dr. frank R. Clark, KuJ-b?nd of the late Emily iStarkey) Clik of 221 Walnut t father of obrrt R. Clark nf Hnatnn and Katlu K. Clark of Newtnnville. The serv-fc'f "V 'C Central Congregational Church. Tuenday afternoon, sept. 3 at 2 o clock. Please omit flowers, ft is suggested remembrances may be sent to. the Newton-WeUesley Hospital In his name. CI.EGGETT In South Brilntree. ffPt. I, James F.. husband of Eva lin St., father of Mrs. Jean E. Dl-otte, James T. Cleesett, Mrs. Nancy Colons V. 1 ham T. Clegg-tt and Jo-w-Ph D. Cleggett, all of Bramtree. Funeral from the Mortimer N. Peck Funeral Chapel. 516 Washington St.. Bramtree Thursday at 8:1s a.m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Francis of Assisi Church. South Bramtree at 9 a.m. Relatives und friends invited. Friends may visit at the funeral chapel Tuesday, 7 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday 3 to 8 and 7 to 9. COOK In Somerville. Sept. 1, Blanche R. (Martin) Cook, wife of the late Fdwird W. Cook. Funeral from the Daniel F fl'Rn.n Funeral Hnmp 5 Fenton rd. at Summer St., ROMt R-VILI.E, Wednesday at 8 a.m. Requiem High Mass at St. Joseph's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours, 3 to 8 and 7 to 10 p.m. COVINO At Mt. Auburn Hospital, Cambridge. Aug. 30. 1B63. Rosina - (nee Buonannoi. beloved wife of the late Francisco Covlno of 139 West Main St.. A.ver, Mass.. formerly of Watertown, devoted mother of Orlando of Avar, Mass., Anuclo of Watertown, Sammy of Newton, Filph of Arlington. Louise Demao cf Littleton, Mary Denaro of Stow. Mass.. Anthony of Watertown, Margie Leone of Coventry. Ct.i Nancy Santaro of Watertown, Florence Cevetti of Newton, Edward of Reseda, Calif., Carmella Covino of Brighton: also leaves one brother Carmen Buonanno of Woburn; also leaves 40 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Funeral from the Faggas Funeral Home. 553 Mt. Auburn St., Watertown (cor. of Dexter av. ), Tuesday. Sept. 3, at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass at St. Patrick's Church, Watertown, at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Visiting hours Sunday and Monday 2-5, 7-10. CRISTOFARO Suddenly in Dallas. Tex., Aug. 31, formerly of Belmont, Nicholas Thomas, beloved husband of Janet ( Scott I and son of Maria and Lucian Cristofaro of Belmont and brother of Anthony M. of New lork, N.Y., and Josephine M. Cristofaro of Germany. A Solemn High Mass of Requiem will be celebrated in Dallas on Tuesday, Sept. 3. CURLET In Arlington, Sept. 1, Agnes1 L. (Newell). Residence. 15 Sunset rd., beloved wife of Owen S. and mother of John J. Curley. Funeral from the John R. O'Donnell Funeral Home. 1021 Mass. av.. Wednesday at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass in St James Church at 9 o'clock, v isiting hours Monday 7-9. Tuesday 3-5 and 7-9. Relatives and friends invited. Cl'RRAN In Charlestown, Aug. 81. Mary C. (Cam beloved wife of George, H.. mother of Mrs. Ann Mane Moore of Florida. Mrs. Patricia Travels and Judith Curran of Charlestown; daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Carr and sister of John P. Carr Jr. of Charlestown. Funeral from the Murphy and Turnbull Funeral Home. ,'122 Bunker Hill St.. Tuesday at 8:15 a.m. Solemn High Funeral Mass in St. Francis de Sales Church at 9 a.m. Visiting hours Sunday 7 to 10. Monday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. Relatives and friends invited. DACERNO In Braintree. Aug. 31, Carmine, beloved son of the late Michael Dacerno and the late An-astasia (nee Palladino) and brother of Joseph of Norwood. Mary Gann of Dorchester, Marguerite Harvey of Braintree, Rose Nash of Norwood. Complete notice later, D'ARRIGO In Boston. Sept. 1. Antonio, husband of the late Jennie (Coppello), formerly of 802 Oak St., Brockton, father of Joseph of Beverly. Charles of South Boston. Ernest of Holbrook. John of Brockton, Caroline Trifilette of Quincy and Genevieve Winters of Easton. Relatives and friends are respectfully invitpd to attend the fi'ieral from the Keohane Funeral Home. 785 Hancock St.. WOLLASTON, Wednesday at 9:00 o'clock. High Mass of Requiem at Our Lady of Rosary Church, Stoughton at 10 o'clock. Visiting hours 2 to 4 and 7 to 10. DARROW Of Sharon, suddenly, Aug. 30. 1963. Mary R. (Bridge), wife of Elliot S. Darrow and mother of William R. Darrow. Late residence 4 Goodrich Place, and sister of Mrs. Beatrice V. Bryant of Monroe. Ct.. and Kenneth G. Hicks of Foxboro. Funeral services at the John L. Keeling Funeral Home. 40 Pond St.. Sharon on Tuesday. Sent. 3. at 2 p.m. Visiting hours Monday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Relatives and friends arc invited. If desired contributions may be made to the charity of your choice. DAVIS In Marshfield, Aug. 80. Charles C. Beloved husband of Mary P. (White) Davis of Bank rd.. Humarock. father of Mrs. Joanne McKee of Everett, George P., Donald R.. Linda J. and Charles A., all of Marshfield. Funeral services at the J. Robert MacDonald Funeral Home. 1755 Ocean St.. Marshfield. Tuesday at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Sunday and Monday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. DeAYELLAR Manuel J.. 14 Lake- ville rd.. Jamaica Plain, beloved husband of Lena DeAvellar. beloved son of the late Manuel J. and Anna ( Rocho i DeAvellar; brother of Anna L. DeAvellar of Medford. Mrs. Charles McManus of Cambridge, and Joseph I. of Norton. Funeral from his sister's residence. 230 Fellsway West, Tuesday at 9 o'clock. Solemn High Mass at Immaculate Conception Church at 9:45. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Visiting hours s to 5 and 7 to 9 Sunday and Monday. DILORATI In South Bostcn. Aug. oi. Claire (rowiey? uuoraii. nearly beloved wife of Daniel Deloratl, and devoted mother of Patricia. Claire, Ann and Daniel Dilorati, and daughter of Patrick and Ann (Daley) Crowley: and sister of Edward Crowley of Quincy and Paul Crowley. Late residence. 918 East Fourth st. Funeral frcm the William F. Spencer Funeral Home. 575 East Broadway (at H. St.). Wednesday, SeDt. 4, at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem in Gate of Heaven Church at 9 a.m. Relatives ana friends invited. Visiting hours 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. DOR AN In West Roxbury. Sept. 1. Isabel J. (Crowley i. beloved wife of John J.: devoted mother of Joan of West Roxbury Mrs. Richard Roth of Nantasket. Mrs. Edward Byrne of Hyde Park. John Charles and Ruth Doran of West Roxburv: sister of David V. Crowley of Newton, Alfred Crowley of Fram-ingham, Catherine M. Franklin of Germany. Residence. 98 Temple st. Funeral from the Keefe Funeral Home. 8 Spring st. (cor. Centre i. Wednesday at 8:15. Requiem High Mass in St. Theresa's Church at 9:00. Relatives and friends kindly in- vuea. visiting nours 7-10 p.m DRAKE In WlnthroD. Sect. 1. sud denly. Albertine C. (Bohn) of 25 Sargent St., wife of the late Millard L. Drake, founder of Drake & Her-sey Co.. and mother of Millard Leon Drake. Relatives and friends are invited to services at the Al fred B. Marsh runeral Home. 174 Winthroo st.. Tuesday. Sept. 3, at 2 p.m. Visiting hours Monday 3 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. DRISCOLL In Waltham. Au St Irene M. i Brown . widow of John E. Dnscoll. formerly of 1 rhnrrh St. Funeral from the Mullin Fu neral Home. 16 prospect St.. Wednesday. Sept. 4. at 9:15 a m. Funeral High Mass In St. Mary's Church at 10 a m. Relatives end friends Invited. Visiting hours Mon day 7 to 10 P.m., Tuesday i to S ana i to in p.m. Dl'NBAR Of Main st., Dover. William Tncmas, nusoana of rora (Lowei Dunbar, age 92 years. Funeral services will be held at the Mitchell Funeral Home. 105 North Main St., Natick. Tuesday. Sept. 3 at 3 o'clock. Funeral home calling hours will be Monday 7-9 Burial will be In Highland Cemetery. Dover. PKICELESS as a symbol of DEVOTION REVERE 61ENW009 MEWORfUa 21 Wnn. A'. l AT -23ie A. DeFILIPPO, free. SOUTH BOSTON BOSTON WEWORIAl CO, Dsn -el C- O Bote ro. ISS4 E. Broe AN S-7t1S CEWETIRT LETTERING WATERTOWN T. . BleVET ONUEm S2 Aeee-at St, Wetetoersj WA 4-6 S ST I-96Z2 DEATHS Andersen. Ethel M. Jensen, Lisa L. Johnson, Lawrence Keant, John Keating, Katherlne Kelley. J. 1, Sr. Kelly. Nellie A. Ketvlrtii. Helen Lincoln, Roy W. Looaey. Marion E. l.ydon, Sarah Macahuo, Maria Barton, Julia A. Bliwanger, Albert Bottionntaulta Clara Brady, Mary L, Bresee. David H. Brooks. Charles W. Brown, Jennie S. Burke. Joseph F, Burke, Lillian Buscanera. Colegro Buitead. Mary H. Cafarella, Thomas Callahan, Catherine Carroll, William G. Casavant, F. C. Cass, Thomas E. Christie, Bertha Cimino. Anna Clark, Frank R. Cleggett, James F, ColetU, Luigi Cook. Blanche R. Covlno, Rosina Cristofaro, N. T. Curley, Agnes L, Curran, Mary Daeerno, Carmine D'Arrlgo. Antonio Darrow, Mary R. MacDonald, Harold F. MarNeM. Edith M. Mather, Dorothy L. McClary. Lillian B. McGourty, Catherine McManus, Gertrude McMullen, Frank McNamara, John F. Mellon, Harold E. Merlutzl. Carlo Mignault. T. R. Mlnervlni. V. Mohan, Margaret Morrison. William Mulcahy, Edward Mulready. Frank Murray, Thos. M. Muslo, Fortune O'Clair, Leonard Olmstead. Harriet O'Netl, Mary Pallotta. Arthur Perils, Rebecca Peterson, B. R. Raman, Frank Riglone, Antoinette Rodin, Karin A. Russell, Catherine Sampson, Harry J. Sears, Minnie Sheehan, Greta (Carlson) Sinclair, Herbert Spraker, Millicent Davis, Charles C. DeAvellar, Manuel Dilorati, Claire Doran, Isabel Drake. Albertine C. Drlscoll, Irene M. Dunbar, William T. Elliot, Herbert Fahey, Abigal Fahey, Harold Foley. Thomas J. Gaffinowitz, Sadie Gallagher. Mary V, Garnett, Mary M, Gioia, Andrew Gleason, Carl H. Gleason, Catherine H. Glover, George C. Sullivan, Cornelius Sullivan, Mary Swlrko, Joseph Sylvester, F. L. Goldenberg, Meyer Granger, C. H. Grant, Nicholas 3. Grapes, Albert Gulla, Caterine Harriman, Alfred Trumble, Sidney R. Van Bekkum, Albertha Vizard, Norman T. Walsh, Laura A. Williams. Frank G. Zuzevich, Bruno Hirsh, Louis F. Hodgdon, James J. Hynes, Robert A. Jensen, Jo-An M. ELLIOTT In Boston. Aug. 31. form tr y of Everi'tt. Hrho,t r .tiii husband of Jane i Burke) Elliott of 35 St. James St.. Roxbury. Funeral from the Joseph Curnane Funeral Home. 516 Broadway, Everett on Tuesday. Sept 3 at 8 a.m. High Mass of Reauiem in thi Tmma.iiiat Conception Church, Everett at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends in vited, visiting hours, 3-5 and 7-Uj. FAHET In South Boston, Sept. 1. Abigal (Higgins) wife of the late Joseph J. Fahey of 34 G. St., be- jovea motner oi Josepn v. ot cohas set. trip lafp Warnlri I . nt Wrtilc. ton, Ethel Forrey of Chestnut Hill and Louise McCarthy of South Boston, grandmother of Sr. Edmund Marie C.S.J, of St .Agnes Convent Arlington and Joseph C. Fahey of Scituate. Relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral from, her late home. Wednesday at 8:15. Solemn Mass of reauiem at St. Augustine's Church at 9:00 o'Cloclc Visiting hours 2 to o ana 7 to 10. FAHEY In Wollaston, Sept. 1, Harold L., the beloved husband of Mary (Irwin), of 3b Woodbine St., son of the late Joseph J. and Abigal (Higgins) of South Boston, brother of Joseph, of Cohasset. Ethel Forrey of Cheftnut Hill, Louise McCarthy of South Boston. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Funeral from the Keohane Funeral Home, 333 Hancock st., North Quincv. Tuesday at 8:45. Solemn Mass of Requiem at St. Ann's Church, Wollaston at 9:30. Visiting hours 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. FOLEY Of Roslindale. Aug. 31, Thomas J., husband of Clara M. (Tauber), of 23 Ethel St., and father of Mrs. Shirley D'Angelo, Mrs. Patricia Hancock and Mrs. Nancy Capone. Funeral from Folsom Funeral Chapel, 63 Belgrade av., Roslindale. Tuesday, at 8:15 a.m. High Mass of Requiem at Sacred Heart Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Sunday and Monday 3-5 and 7-9. GAFHNOWITZ Departed 'Aug. 31. Sadie (Kellem). late of Dorchester. , wife of the late Harry, and devoted mother of Mrs. Anna Polono of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Mrs. Ida Kalis of Newton Centre; Mrs. Gertrude Blond of Newton; Mrs. Mildred Bardfield of Decatur, 111.; Mrs. Bella Kaplan of Phoenix, Ari.. and Stanley Gaffin of Newton Centre; sister of Mrs. Jennie Esterman.'Mrs. Rose Sandberg and Mrs. Frances Brooks, all of Dorchester; Abraham Kellum of Brookline. the late Ethel Wolper, the late Paesche Kellum. Also survived by 12 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Services at The Stanetsky Memorial Chapels, 16fi8 Beacon St., Brookline, on Monday, Aug. 2. at 2:30 p.m. Memorial week will be observed at home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kalis, 113 Greenlawn av., Newton Centre. Expression of sympathy may be donated in her memory to Hebrew Home for the Aged. GALLAGHER Mrs. Mary V, (BoyleV in Concord, N.H., Sept. 1, of 328 Essex st,, Salem. Wife of Frank A. Gallagher and mother of Frank E. Gallagher of Salem and Mrs. James Fay of Dover, Mass. Daughter of the late Edmund and Mary (Butler) Boyle. Funeral will take place from the Walter T. McDonald & Son Funeral Home. 18 Hawthorne blvd.. Salem, Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock, followed by a Solemn High Mass in St. James Church at 9. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 10 this evening and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 Tuesday evening. GARNETT In Roxbury. Aug. 31. Mary M. inee Williams) Garnett Of 383 Dudley at . hplnvori n-,f nf the late Louis Garnett, mother of.LYOOX In Norwood. Sept. 1 james t.. tnaries r .. Madeline. Helen. Murial McKinnon and Mildred Hartnett. Funeral from the J. J. Good & Sons Funeral Home. 336 Dudley St., Wednesday, Sept. 4 at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass at St. Patrick's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Visiting hours Monday and Tuesday 3-5 and 7-10. GIOIA In East Boston, Aug. 30. Andrew, of 107 Chelsea St.. beloved husband of Vincenzina (Palumboi. Father of John. Joseph, James, Armando. Rosetta. Bella Giugno. Jean Anzalone, Edith Ciaccio. Funeral from the Rapino Memorial Home. 9 Chelsea st. (Maverick sq.i. Tuesday at 9 a m. Solemn Requiem Mass in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church , at 9:45. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Visiting hours Saturday 7-10 p.m.. Sunday and Monday 2-5 and 7-10 p m. Late member of East Boston Community Club. Parking area in rear of xuiicru name. GLOVER In Melrose. Aug. 30, George C, husband of Florence H. (Henderson) of 40A Apthorp rd., father of John G. of Hmgham and George H. of Winter Park, Florida. Funeral services at the Melrose Highlands Congregational Church Chapel. Franklin st. on Tuesday at 2 P.m. Friends mav rail at the Mnr. nson Funeral Home. 17 West Wy oming iv., nieirose on fcunaay from 7-9. In lieu of flowers, gifts may be eent to the Memorial Fund of the Melrose Highlands Congregational Church. GOLDENBERG Departed Aug, 31. Meyer, Of Atlanta, ua , beloved husband of Lorraine ( Davis i. devoted father of Ruth Ellen and Debra Susan dolrienhere At lanta. Ga.; loving ton of Juliut and Etta Goldenberg of Mattapan and dear brother of David Goldenberg St.... V'lan?f- - Services at the Washington St.. Grove Hall. Dor- cnesier. luesaay. Sept. 3. at 10:30 a m. Memorial wee at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Goldenberg. 40 Hillsboro rd . Mat-tapan. Expressions of sympathy may be donated in his memory te your favorite charity. GRANGER In Dorchester. Aug. 30. Mary A. (Sullivan fi" and devoted, brother of Mrs. Manorie Owenf ana jure. Anna aiorreli of Quincy. Late residence 49 Stoughton st Funeral services at the Jnhn r O'Connor Funeral Home. 740 Adamsi t. inr.. Gaiuvan- bis-di. Tuesday morning at 11:30 a m. Re'stives and it ienci s respecuutry mvrtea visiting hours Sunday evening t-in, Monday 3-4 and 7-10 Late member of Local 1L Painters Union. -it m Lit u Wirtk living It it Wmrlh Pememhwring" ' CANNIFF " rl QT. COO K0NUMINT9 tccAcodefto m CUMMINS KWT, R0SUMSA1X tsss mm fern raattata lesrnt Tel.FA34SS0 DEATHS 6R4VT In Belmont. Aug 1. 1MI jMpnoi.ii J i.iant oj m tinmen rd . beloved husband pf the ie Marie F. iHewley) Grant and lather of fdward M. Flaunt A, and Miss M F.Uine Grant Kunpral fmm lha New William J. Cox. Funeral Home. 411 Tiaprln id on Tuiav at u l.t a m. .solemn Requiem in st, Joseph's Chutrh at 11 n'rloik. Relatives and friends Invited. Vilnius, nouis Suno.v 7-10, Mond.iy a s and 7-10 Interment St Pat. rick's Cemetery, Watettown Parkr ins in rear oi funeral nnme. CRAPES Of Needhum, Aug 31. Albert Q . husband of Ina i Mitchell Grapes. Ill Newell av , father of i'a.ia n, ana inw vjip-a. rrrv-co at the Eaton Funeral Home. 1 .45 1 Hiehland av . Tuesday. Srot 3. at 130 pin. Visiting hours bun itlng day and Monday 7 to 9. Gl 1.1. A In Fverett, Sept. I. Caterine. Drloved wile of the late ranteleone and mother of Crrgoiy of Newton, Mrs. Hose Oddl of Randolph. Anthony of Everett. Residence 24 Foster t. Funeral fiom the Salvatnre Rocro it Sons Funeral Home. Xi Mam St., Wednesday at B. Solemn High Mass of Requiem in St Anthony's l.'hurch at B Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Monday 7-10. Tuesday 2-5 and 7-10. HARRIMAN Formerly of Milton. Aug. 31, Alfred D , husband o the late Minnie (Orman) Harriman Reposing at the Caitwrisht Funeial Home, 411 North Mam St., Randolph. Funeral Tuesday at 11 a in. Relatives and friends respectively invited to attend. Calling hours Monday 2-4 and 7 9. Portland, Maine, papers please copy. HOOT. DON In Snmervtlle. An 31. James J., of 278 Powder House Diva., neiovea nusnana of the late Mary (Coyne), and father of Rov of Connecticut. James and John of Somerville. and brother of Wesley of Wilmington. Funeial from the E L. Kelleher Funeral Home. 67 Broadway. Tuesday, at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass of Reouiem in the Immaculate Conception Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Late member of Somerville Post No. 19. A L. Visiting hours 2-4 and 7-10 p.m. HYNES In Allston. Sept. 1. Robert A., husband of Alice A. iHaslett) Hynes of 102 Chester St. and father of Mrs. Louis Cell! of Allston. son of John and Mary Hynes, brother of George William and John Harold H.vnes all of Fayette City. Pa. Funeral services at the Waterman Chapel, 405 Commonwealth av., Kenmore sq., Boston, on Tuesday. Sept. 3 at 4 p.m. Friends may call at the chapel after twelve noon Monday at their convenience. Interment at Fayette City. Pa. JENSEN Of Norwood. Sept. 1. Jo-An M. (Barry I beloved wife of Richard O.. mother of Richard F.. Janet M., Carolyn P. and Stephen R., daughter of Arthur Barry and the late K. Jo-An (McAuley) Residence 102 Monroe St. Funeral from the F. J. rilggins Funeral Home 4238 Washington St., (Roslindale sq.). Wednesdav, Sept. 4 at 9 a.m. Solemn Requiem Mass in St. John Chrysostom's Church. (Roslindale) at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p.m. Parking in rear of funeral home on Cummins highway. JENSEN Of 43 Glenville av., All ston, suddenly, Aug. Ji, Lisa L.. T.arcanl. wir of th tat Aaffp R., and mother of Oscar R. Jensen of Bedford. Services at the Gran- strom funeral Home, hzi cuir.mins highway, nr. Mattap:m sq., on Tuesday at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Monday 2-4 and 7-9 P.m. KEANE Tn North Cambridge. August 31, 1963. Residence 23 Cameron av. John F., beloved brother of Mrs. Margaret Merrifield of Providence. Mrs. Eleanor Rogan of Arlington, and Joseph Keane of North Cambridge Funeral from the Keefe Funeral Home, 2175 Massachusetts av.. on Tuesday morning at 8, followed by a Requiem High Mass in St. John's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours Sunday 7-10, Monday 2-5 and 7-10. KEATING In So. Boston, Sept. 1. Katherine of 18 Templeton St. Dorchester, beloved daughter of the late Daniel A. "Al" and Mary (Murphy) Keating. Funeral from the W. J. Cassidy Funeral Home. 743 East Broadway at L st. on Wednesday. Sent. 4 at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass at St. Mark's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Monday evening 7-10 p.m., Tuesday 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. KEI.LEY In Arlington, Aug 30, 1963, residence 45 Dow av., Joseph J. Sr.. beloved husband of Catherine M. (Noone), father of Joseph J. Jr. and Robert H. Kelley of St. John's Seminary, and brother of Mary T. Kelley of Cambridge. Funeral from the John E. McAvoy Funeral Home. 223 Mass. av.. Tuesday at 8 a m. followed by a Solemn High Mass of Requiem in St. Camillus Church, at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours Sunday and Monday 2-5. 7-10. Retired TJ.S. Postal employee. North Cambridge office and veteran World War II. KELLY In Somerville. Sept. 1. 1961. Nellie A. (Smith), beloved wife of tne late Samuel n. Kelly, and mother of Henry. Edward and Mrs. Elsie MacLean: sister of James F.. Henry and Hugh Smith of Canada. Emmett Smith of Watertown. Anna Smith of Waltham and Mrs. Clair Eastman of Illinois. Funeral on Wprinpsdav morninff from ihm Frank E Sr..'".xu.'l,:V '. "ui"e' .i! m .. i ... XT' i tt net c n. Solemn High Mass in the Church of St. Joseph at 9:45. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Visiting hours 2-3 and 7-10. . .i KETVIRTIS In St. Petersburg. Fla.. tormeriy of south Boston, suaaeniy. Aug. 30, Helen (Solomon), beloved wife of Peter Ketvirtis and beloved mother of Edmund L. of Milton, also survived by 2 grandchildren. Services to be held at the Beach Memorial Chapel, 301 74th av., St. Petersburg Beach, Fla.. Tuesday, Sept. 3. LINCOLN In Milton, Aug. 31. Roy W., of 328 Blue Hill v. Husband of the late Ellen C. ( Crafts I. and father of Royal C. Lincoln. Funeral services at the J. B. Cole and Gleason Milton Home for Funerals, 5 Canton av., at Milton Village, on Wednesday at 3 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. LOONEY In Belmont Aug. 81, Marion E. (Silk), residence 19 Prentiss Lane, beloved wife of James J. Looney. mother of Mrs. Paul (Virginia) Weamer and Arthur J. Looney. Funeral from the Andrews & Reed Funeral Home. 231 Rplmont t . TupcHav Kent 1 at 9 a.m. Solemn High Mass in St. Joseph s cnurch at 10 a m. Relatives and friends are Invited. Visit ing nours 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Sarah ( Curran', wife of Martin Lydnn of Z85 Railroad av., and mother of Dr. Martin J. Lydcn. Mrs. Mary A. Cur-tin, both of Norwood, and Mrs. Eleanor F. MacLeod of Burlingame. fili T-. ......... I t tU. Funeral Home. 126 Walpole st.. Norwood. Wednesday. Sent. 4. at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Catherine's Church, at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 2-5 and 7-10. MACALl-SO In Somerville. Aug. 31. Maria, of 126 Ten Hills Road, beloved wife of the late Sebastian and mother of Salvatnre and Mrs. JVJ Mary Grasso. Funeral from the John C. Burns Funeral Home. 305 Broadway. Cambridge. Sent. 3. at 8 o'clock. Solemn High Ma!? ' R- Relative irt rienrt ti" vited. Visiting hours Sunday and Monday. 2-5 and 7-10. Burial. St. Michael's Cemetery. MacDONALD In Beachmont. suddenly. Sept. 1. Harold F. of 897 Winthrop av.. beloved husband of Marion Blumer and father of Roger MacDonald. Mrs. Thelma Erwin of Woburn. Mrs. Helen Hanson of Concord. Allen and Russell Blumer. Funeral service in the Porcelle Funeral Home. 87 Winthrop av . Wednesday at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Monday 7-9. Tuesday 2-4 and 7-8. MseNEILL Of Somerville. Aug. 31. Adith M. (Backini. of 13 Langmatd av.. Beloved mother of Ronald C. MacNeill of Brockton and Jean E Mydelskt of Tampi. F'a Funeral services at the G. F. McKenna and Sin Funeral Home, 30 Medford St.. Wednesday. Sept. 4 at 2 P m. Relatives and friends are invite-d Visiting hours Monday and Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. MATHER Of Boston. Aug. 30. Dorothy L. Mather of 1 Stanmore piace. and mother of Mrs William Ltnko of Watertown: daughter of Mrs. Bertha E Leeman of Boston and the late Havelork A Leeman Funeral services at the Waterman Chanel. 495 Commonweai'h v.. Kenmore sq.. Boston, on Tuesday. Sept. 3. at 11 a m Friends may cail at the chapel on Monday 7- p.m. MrCI.ART In BoMon. Aug. 30. 13. Lillian B . IS Symphony rd . Boston, mother of John A McClarr of Loe Alamos- M. Funeral serv- ices at the Tobin Funeral Home. o-i -viasn. st, wonaay at z p m. JfrGOTBTT In Woburn. Sept. 1 Cathenne M. f McAllister t. of II Lawrence st-. wife of the late 1 wheel H. McGouny. Fimeral from the McLaughlin Funeral Home. 84 Pleasant st . Wednesday at 815 a m. Kiah Mas of ReouieTn at St. Charlea Church at 9 ceteck. Pel- tovee and fnends tnvited. Visiting hours Monday 7-10. Tuesday S-j and 7-10. J.D. Fallon & Son Funeral Htm 7 GREENOUGH AVE. at !leT's Meaesaerrt JAMAICA PLAIN Strtie tm All Oistsac oun am: tta " Telelsoc JA -IT . DEATHS atrMaVT ! In KAhhury. At R1 Cfitfufta V M (league), belm-ed wife nf !an Ft . mother of r.aora T iSnnnyi of Quiivv. l.eo ft ( Ruddy i MeMjmu of Quincv and Mis. Mai v F.Uen Mortunn of Jamaica plain. Retideme SI0 Har-rinn av. funeral fiom the P E. Murray Funeral Home, 54 Roxburv t. ROXBIRV, Wednesday. Sppt 4 at a 13 a m S.ilrmn Requiem Huh Mass in St, Trillin's Chinch at B erlnrk. Relatives nt frtrrs1 most kindly Invited Interment St Joseph's Cemetery l.vnru Visiting houis 2 A and 7-10 p m. MrMI I lrN In South Roitnn. for- nierly of Roxbuiy. Sept. 1, Frank. ppinveq son or the late Joseph and M,ugaret iFeeleyi, and brother of M,iigret ireeleyi, and hroiher of Jnhll P anri Paul T M, M.ill.n Mr. im,, i Buret Moore and Mm. Josephine H;mnn, late renrlenee, Buinham Place. Funeral from the O'Brien runeral rtome, n nnnhester at., Wednesday at f o'clock. Solemn liish Funeral Mass at Gate of Heaven Church at 10 a m Relatives and fi lends invited Vmtlng hours Monday. 7 to 10. Tuesday. 2 to S and 7 to in late member of Brotherhood oi R.R, Clerks, New Haven R.R. MflLON In Manrheiter, NH. Aug 31. formerly of o.ulon. Hsrold E husband of the late Myra iKenti. brother of James. Frederick. George. John Mellon and Harel Shield Services at the Richardson Funeral Home. 424 Washimion st . Dorchester, on Wednesday. Sept 4. at 1 p.m. Visiting hours on Monday and Tuesday eveninits 7 9 P m. Parkins in rear oi funeral home. Lste member of Revere Lodge, 1171, B.P.O. Elks. MFRI.t'ZZI In Orient Hpiehts. Tail Boston, suaaeniy, Aug 31. Carlo, beloved husband of the late Ida (Bartoli). Residence 99 Gladstone St.. father of Gino and Gilria Catalans Reposing at the Richard C. Kirbv Funeral Home, 917 Bennington at. until Wednesday at 8:00 a in. Solemn High Requiem Mass at St Laiarus Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. MTGNArLT Suddenly. In South Boston. Aug. 30, Theodore R.. of 53 Thomas park, beloved son of Mrs Mary Mignault; brother nf Mane A Donovan. Eleanor. Xavier and William Mignault; nephew of Lucy A. McLaughlin. Funeral from the Scally Funeral Home. 54 Pleasant St . Dorchester. Tuesdsy st 9 a m. Solemn High Funeral Mass at St. Augustine's Church. South Boston at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Visiting hours Sunday 7-9, Monday 3-5, 7-9. MINERVINI In Maiden, suddenly. Aug. 31. Vincenio ( Vincent i, husband of the late Julia ( Amicone ), of 147 Oakland st.. father of Anello of Maiden. Rinaldo of East Detroit and Mrs. Valia Smith of 12 Frank-Jin ct.. Maiden Funeral will be held from the Weir Funeral Home. 144 Salem St.. Maiden. Tuesday at 8 45. Requiem Mass at St Peter's Church, Maiden at 10:30. Relatives and friends invited. Friends may call at the funeral home. Sunday 7-9. Monday 3-5 and 7-9 p m. MOHAN In Dorchester. Aug. SI, Margaret E. (nop MrParlanrii. H loved wife of the late Joseph P Mohan who was late past president of Central Council nf Irish Countv Clubs, mother of Mrs. Robert F. Cunningham of Braintree and Mrs. Jnsiah K Lilly 3d of West Falmouth, also survived by six grandchildren, residence 2 Grayson st. Funeral from the Milton Funersl Home, iizb wasntngton ft.. Dorchester Lewer Mills, on Wednesday. Sent. 4, at 9:00 a.m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Brendan's Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p.m. MORRISON In Everett. Aug 31. W'lliam A., huspsnd of Florence G. (Kramer) of 31B Whittier drive: father of Olive Wood of Lynnold: a'o survived bv three sisters, Mary Morrison of Everett. Mrs. Sfrah M'ies of Moncton. N.B., and Mrs. Ellen Smith of Maiden, and two frandrhildren. Funeral service nt he Shattuck Funeral Home, BOS Broadway. Wednesday at 2 p m. Friends may call Tuesday, 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. MITCAHY In Maiden. Aug ?. Ed ward J. Of 150 Oakland st Brother of William F.. John C. Lawrence A. and J. Francis Mulcahv of Maiden, and Louise Anglo of Water-town, Funeral from Owen P. Dno-nan Sons Funeral Home. 7 Wick-low st. at Fellsway on Tuesday at 815. Solemn High Mass in the Church of the Immaculate Conception at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited Visiting hours Sunday and Monday 3-5 and 7-10. MITLREATIY Of Rockland, suddenly. Aug. 31. Atty. Frank, husband of Grace (McDonald) Mulready residence 77 Webster St.. father of Richard C. Mulready of Jupiter inlet. Fla.. and Mrs, Arnold Sammis of Huntington. L.I. Funeral from the Sullivan Funeral Home. 45 East Water St., Tuesday at 9 a m. Solemn Hieh Funeral Mass at Hnly Family Church at 10. Interment Holy Family Cemetery. Visiting hours Sunday and Monday 3-5 and 7-10 p.m. MT'RR AT Tn Somerville. Aug. Tto 196.1. Thomas M.. beloved husband of Kathleen (Kellv): reMence. 14 Cleveland st.: father of Gledvs De-Rosa. Francis P. Murrav. Kth'"n McClellan and Joan C. Murrv. Fu-nral from the Watson Funeral Home. 11 Magartne st.. at Ontral sq., Cambridge. Tusdav. Sept. 3. at 8 a.m. Sol'mn Hieh Mass of Ep-ouiem in St. Catherine's Church. Somerville. at 9 a m. Relatives and friends invited. Calling hours Sunday and Mondav. 3-5 and 7-9 p m. Late member Teamsters Local No. 25. Ml'STO In Wlnthrop. Aug. 29. Tor-tuna (nee Finzio). late residence 9 Johnson av., beloved wife of the late Joseph Musto and devoted mother of Albert of Belmont. Ar-mand Of East Boston, Mrs. Nancv Mangini of Winthrop. Mrs. Mary Bocella of Belmont. Mrs. Clara Mer-ola of Winthrop. Funeral from the Emest P. Caeeiane It Son Funeral Home. 147 Winthrop st., Tuesdav at 8:15 a m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Lazams Church at 9 a m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 2-5 and 7-10. O'CLAIR In Be'mont. Sent 1. T.ennarrt S . hnhnd of Harpl O'Clair of 378 Common st . bro'pr of Norman W. O'C'air. Mrs William F. Gibbs. Mrs. Eunice nunbar. Friends may call at the Short Williamson Funeral Home. nz Trapelo rd.. Belmont Mondv and Tuesday evenings 7-9. Funeral services private. I OLMSTEAD In Dorchester. Aug SI Uarriet M nf fl GleaSOn St. Be loved mother of Clarence. Charles and Peter Olmstead. and Mrs Marjorie Griffith. Mother-in-law of Mrs. Helen Olmstead. Requiem High Mass Wednesday. Sept. 4. at 9 am. in St. Richard's Church. St. Richard St.. Roxbury. Family present and rosary Tuesday 7 to 9 p.m. at the Davis Funeral Home. 89 Walnut av.. Roxbury. Relatives and friends invited. Norwalk, Ct., papers please copy. PALLOTTA-Of. Medford, .t KiidHenlv. Sect 1. Arthur, beloved husband of Altra (Lucia) of 15 Powder House rd father nf M"-s. Lorraine O'nnn. Mrs. Alma G Apicella, Arthur J . Joseoh G. and Anthony D. Pallotta: brother of Rt. Rev. Guido L. PaMotta. Henry Pallotta and Mrs. Eda Secatore Funeral from the Gaffey MmoriI Funeral Hme. 43 High t. Medford sq , on Wednesday. Sept. 4. at a.m. Solemn High Mass in St Anthony's Church. Revere, at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting heurs Monday 7-10 p.m., Tuesday 3-5 and 7-10 p.m PETERSON Tn Milton. Aug. 31. B. Richard, beloved husband of Ruth K. Peterson 'nee Clark): residence 73 Franklin St.; father of Dana C. Peterson and Shirley P. Dun, brother of Sigrid. C. Ivar. Leonard and Roy Peterson and Mrs. Harold E. Thomas. aise survived bv five trandsons Funeral from the Harold . O'Neil Funeral Home, 405 Washington st.. at Bredlee St.. Dorchester on Wednesday. Sept. 4 ft 9 a tn. Servicet at the Church of Our Savior. Adams st.. East Mi!"m at 10 a m. Relatives and friends respectfully invited Visitinf ho-irs MondaT evening. 7-1 p m ; Tuesdav. 2-4 and 7-9 p m. L'e member Wn!'-.ston Post No 295 A I and Cmer Lndse A F & A M of Menden. Ct Interment. Walnut Grove Cemetery. Merden. Ct. In lieu of flowers, donations iray be made in rtts memory to the Church of Our Savior. w.vTn rwl Anr Trnk beloved fa'her of Miss A'ma Raman of 6S Tremont rt Funeral services Tuesday afternoon sept 3 at 1 o'cioca from the Paul H, Kraw I u- neral Home. 1211 Washington t Beiatjsfee and friends are kmdlv Invited Visiting hours 1-4 and 1-1 u. Bunai ta iifzruana lemeterr EIGIOVt In Pe-re-e. Aug 8). Arre; nette. belo-ed wif e of Fasoua'e Fat of 43 Tapiey ay. and mother of Michael. Varyun Carol. Natalie. Fatnck and Patricia. Dauehter of Ml Mary Carjllo of Bofn. sis-er of Mrs. Jennie Dennis of Dorchester. Patrick of Medford and Pan el of Arlington. Fune-a! from the Bruno Fjnerai Oapei. S'l FevTere it., on Tuesdav. Serf. 3. at am Solemn H h Mass of Peeiiem it St Antnonr't ChuTrrt at 10 a m. Keianves a-d frnds m'st eincUy invited VisitTg hjs. Saturday 7-10, Sunday and Msnday 3- aad 7-19. KODDt In S'jdburr. Aug. Tt. Karm A 'Schernr:-. w-e ef F-be-t C. Fod-j of SJ Peaiaa rd . Stjd-bjry. Se-vice in the Werora C-spel. 3A Proeeect at. :t.r.. Wed-s(jtT. sp. 4. it p m ynendi r-ay c'J at t?-e ehapei Tesuy treaa 4-4 aa4 7-f tjn. The Boston Globe Emmons J. Whitcomb, Tourist Business Expert LEXINGTON Private. fu- nerai services xor tmmons J. Whitcomb of 77 Wood st., vice president of Raymond Whitcomb travel agency, willgregational Church; the be held in the Hancock Congregational Church at 2 p.m. Thursday. Mr. Whitcomb was an active figure in the. early days of aviation and was respon sible for opening Boston to the' major airlines. . He old th' DEATHS Rt'SSHX Of Rockland, formerly of Berry. N H . Aug. 31. Catherine i Mcuraini Russell, wtie oi me late Herbert E. Russell. Residence 224 Ourbeck rd : mother of Herbert J Russell of Prescott, Art,, Mrs. Mary C. Whitcomb of Hyde Park and Mrs N. C. Anderson of Rockland. Funeral from, the Sullivan Funeral Home, 45 East Water st . Wednesday at 8:15. Solemn High Funeral Mass at Holy Family Chinch at 9 Interment In Forest M ills Cemetery. Derry. N H. Visiting houis Monday 7-9 p.m., Tuesday 3 5 and 7-9 p.m. SAMPSON In Boston. Sept. 1. Hrr.v J., beloved husband of Christine M. i McDonald i Sampson, of Boston. Late residence 35 Kemp-ton St. Funeral from the O Connor Funeral Home, 1538 Tremont st,. orp. Mission Church Rectory. Wednesday. Sept. 4 at 9 am Hth Mass of Requiem tn The Mission Churrh at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends respectfully Invited Visiting hours Monday 7-10 p m . Tuesday J 5 and 7-10 n m. Interment St. nseph's Cemeterv. West Rnxhury. Parking in rear of Funeral Home. SEARS Of Berlin, Aug. 31. Minnie i Stone), tn her 85th year, beloved wife of Perley B. Sr. and mother of Mrs Harry Levine. William. Albert, Perley B. Jr., Richard Henry, and Richard Harding, and sister of Alvandon and Georae Stone Funeral services Wednesday at 2 B m. from the Merrill Funeral Home, corner of Pleasant and Church sts.. Hudson. Calling hours Monday 7 to 9 and Tuesday 2 to 4 and T to B p.m. shekhan in Dorchester, suddenly,! wl nV TvTnri.'";' rill'A mother of Paul r., nogir k . ano Alan H. Sheehan: and daughter of Mrs. Elvira iHoagland'. and the late Albert Carlson. Late residence 12 Glenrnse rd. Funeral services at the John J. O'Connor Funeral Home. 7-40 Adams st. i nr. Galllvan blvd ), Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. Visiting hours Sunday evening 7-10, Monday 2-5 and 7-10. SINCLAIR In Arlington. Aug. 30. iw. restaence ii Lakehlll av.. Herbert L. (Happy). Beloved husband of Anna iDuartel and brother of Helen Reynolds and Tina McManus. Funeral from the John E. McAvoy Funeral Home. 223 Massachusetts av., Tuesday at 8 a.m., followed by a High Mass of Requiem in St. lives ana irienns are invitea. visit ing hours Sunday and Monday a - ana i-iu. veteran w.w. i. SPRAKER In Maiden. Aug, 30. llcent E. (Oov el. wife nf fh. I,l v-naries c. ana motner of Charles E. and Grace L. Spraker of Maiden. Ftinerai services it the Weir Funeral Home. Tuesday at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Friends may call at the funeral home Mon day 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Sl'l I.IVAN Suddenly, In Winthrop. us. .m. Lornenus j. (joei. neioved mishand of F.dith r. (r.iilnrlv, Residence 129 Strandway. Father of Aunrea Murpny, ana Phyllis Mc-Gonagle. Reposing at the Richard C. Kirby Funeral Home. 917 Ben nington St., Orient Heights. East Boston, until 1 uesrtav at 8 a m. Solemn High Requiem Mass at Holy Rosary Church. Winthrop. at 9: ociock. neiatives ana fnenas are resDectfullv invited to attend. Vittt- ing hours 3-3 and 7-10 Late retired member Boston Fire Depart ment, SULLIVAN In Hyde Park, formerly of Cheverus rd . Dorchester. Sept 1. Mary F. (Toomey). beloved wife ot me late James J Sullivan, motner of Mrs. Mary F. Lochiatto. and sister of Mrs. George F. Rav and the late Michael J. Toomey. Resi- aence. 14s wooa av. funeral from tr-e John C. Mulry Funeral Home. t23 Neponset v.. Wednesday at :00 o'clock. Solemn High Mass of neouiem in m. Marks Church at V ociock. Relatives and friends In vited. Visiting hours Monday 7 to 10, Tuesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 Late member of L.C.B A In lieu of flowers kindly make donations to the Cardinal Cushing Charity r una SWIRKO In South Boston. Aug 31. 1963. Joseph, of 9H2 East Fourth ft., beloved husband of Josephine iKam nska). and father of Jean T Lurey of Saugus. and Joseph Swirko. Funeral from the S. Ba- racewici & Son Funera Home. 2a4 West Broadway. Wednesday, at 8:15 a.m. Solemn High Mass of Reauiem at St. Bridget's Church at 9 Relatives and friends are invitea. Visit-, mg hours 2-5 and 7-10, SYLVESTER In Scituate. Aug 31 F. Lester, age 70. husband nf Esthei M. (Mcrritti Sylvester, father of Mrs. Mildred J. Litchfield. Fred L. Jr.. and Robert M. of Scituate. Services at the Sparrell Funeral Home. 1 Summer St.. Cohasset Tuesday. Sept. 3 at 2 o m. Funera Home visiting hours Monday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. TRI MBLE Of Woburn. Aug 30. Sidney R . of 34 Orange St.. hushand of Hilda (Bragg i Trumble. Services at the Montvale Congregational Church. Tuesdav at 11 a m. Visiting hours at the Graham Funeral Home. 3 Arlington rd . Monday 7-9. VAN BF.KKIM Of 1077 South St.. Roslindale. Aug. .10, Albertha (Vander Brand', beloved wife of the late Henricus C ; mother of Arnolds Van Raaphorst of Milford. Ct.: Bertha P. O'Neill. Hendrlka Van Bekkum and Gertrude Ryder of Roslindale. Funeral from the William J. Gormley Funeral Home. 2055 Centre st (nr. LaGrange st. W EST ROXBl'RT. Tuesday. Sept 3 at 11 am. Visiting hours Sundap 7-9. Mondav 3-5. 7-9 p m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment private. Parking rear of funeral home. VIZARD In Cambridge. Sent 1. 1W3. Norman T.. beloved husband of the late Margaret Vliard and father of Mrs. Josephine Doherty of Cambridge. Mrs Mane Lmdberg of Fla . Francis of Somerville and William of Manchester. NH Funeral from his late residence. 107 Norfolk St . Wednesday at 8 00. Solemn Requiem Mass at St Mary's Church at 9 00 Relatives and friends are invited to attend. WILLIAMS In West Concord. Aug 31. Frank G. Wi'i'ams Husband of Helen Eileen (Hurley i. father ef Eleanor T and Ann Mane of West Concord Brother of John J of Brookline. Edward R. of St. Petersburg. Fla . Mary F. and Cecilia D of Boston. Funeral fmm the Joseph Dee & Son Funeral Home, in Concord Center, on Tuesday. Sept 3. followed by a Requiem High Mast at Our Lady Help Of Christians Church st 9 am. Visiting hours at the Dee Funeral Home en Monday 3-5 and 7-10. zrzEVtrsi In Seiuth Boston. Aug 31. HR.3. Bruno of 2 W. Third t . beloved brother of William J Zuzevich. Funeral from the Joseph W Casoer and Son Funeral Home. 117 Dorchester St . South Boston Tuesday. Sept. 3. at 8 15 am Funeral Mass m St. Peter's 'Lithuanian) Church at 9 o'clock Relatives and friends tnvrted. vifiting nourg a- ana 7-10 p m. Court St luds -U21, CD. of A. We regret to announce the dea'h of our sister Mary c Curran Mennoe's are reoueed to -.eet at TutH : TuTbull Funeral Horre. 32J Bunker Hill st . Charlestown, Monday evening at for the Roearr. and a. so at Mass m M Francis oeaies Lnurcn. luei day rsmTi a 9 FRAXCFS TFGAN G R. VERO.NICA M. KZOVGH. Hut. SomervillB Post1!,A.L We regret to announce the 4eth of Comrade James J H'Kigdon F'a-ncal from the Kefieher Funeral Hor. 7 Broadway. Some'srnie. wth a Reouiem 'as m the Immaeulate J Conception Churrh. Somervil e. at t a n m Ce-dee rae attend. A GEOFG5 F.USO. Cmd-. THOMAS I. O HEAR.'. Adj. Di MLMORUM 5S Miry Sabtna Donenne S3 leytagly reeeTe4 s4! seise4 ky aee kasNai4. Jeki. erter starkar. relatiret aa4 frrna. Fifth Aentreryarv 3fsst at . Frsexis 4e Safee Cfearek. Cairiee-tee , Jiesaay. Seat. I tt I a-sa. Iwi-Mirr E. 0'Coniwr-l?53 Will these wis tbtek f k-r May A little pnyer t Jens say. Lenatly remesnkered k ektl- a tiisca. Ikeaa Jsase Mary. Monday, September 2, 1963 Obituaries first round-the-world ticket via erneauiea air services. Bom in Somerville and a &l5:n&c!h !$r?H Alumni Council of M IT.: the ftlrs' dilorati, was a llfe-ioni American Society of Travel resident of South Boston. Agents; New England Council; She leaves a husband, Dan-Greater Boston Chamher of iel; three daughters, Patricia, Commerce and the Interna- Claire Marie and Ann Eliza-tional Trade Assn. of New heth: a son. Daniel Jr.: two England, Inc. H w" past-president and imiiuiaiv inciiincr ui inr nti- lesley Rotary Club; a former member of the Boston Rotary; Club and a life honorary mem- w.P nf the Srnttish Rites He DPr lne OCOUlsn rules, lie served as an Army officer in World War I. Me was a consultant on tourism for the government of. Ptieirtrt Pirn fnr aioM vAarc anH m.irh nf P.,.rt Ricn. ...c as a tourist attraction resulted head department of the Brit-from a report he completed in 15n Broadcasting Corp. and pio-March 1945. neer ' scnol broadcasting in He leaves a wife. Reta (By- ers) Whitcomb. Burial will be in Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cam - bridge. William E. Green, 57, Formerly of Cambridge PUBLIC LANDING, Md., (AP) William E. Green, 8.; i 4U-! rauu""lcV "u"" " l"c Assateaetie frrtm the vprv first "Senator from As;ateaeup"; j l , mL y ' benat0T Irom Assateague ,and hegRed the Worcester st homt SmAiy- ie county com m issioners to move was oi. j Green spent all his energies during his years of retirement i trying to persuade Maryland , and Worcester County officials; to establish a public authority for the Maryland section of the narrow, 32-mile spit of sand, Assateague Island. A native of Cambridge, Mass., Green entered the plumbing and heating trade, but when the 1929 depression - 'v: v,- 4-t, - ik r,- . Si"1 ne o0l a 30D 8S an attend- nt nt Snr nrfie rl Stat Hns. Mil-L;,.! J- ht,ij l mairiaiiu. Later, he went to New York wnere ne prospered in tne building trades before retiring William Daley, 75 Ex-Chain Store Manager MILFORD William J. Daley, 75, formerly of 78 Wash ington st., Charlestown, died Sunday at Cushing Hospital, Framingham. Born in Ireland, he came here as a young man, and until his retirement 13 years ago was a manager at various First National stores in the Greater .i"e.h .i.... v..... t i. im uiuiucia, Thomas anv uniJ-.7 vfc York and Michael of Ireland. I ti t i i n -J , ! inc juiierai wm oe juesuaj with a solemn high Mass at 10 a.m. at St. Mary's Church. LATE DEATH NOTICES BARTON In Newton. Sept 1. Julia a. tMcKennai. beloved wife of the Daniel J. Barton of Newtonviiie. John P. Barton. Syracuse. N Y., Mrs. John T. Maley. Newton and, Mrs. Charles A. Dunrey of Natirk. Residence 35 Lewis st Funeral irom the Martin E. Conroy runetal; Home, 439 Washington St., iSewtnn. Wednesday at 9 a.m. Solemn He quiem High Mass in the Churrh nf i pur Laay at lu m. neiatives ana j friends most kindly invited Visiting hours Monday 7-10, Tuesday , 3-5 and 7-10 P m. Bl'TEAD Of Burlington. Sent 1. Mary H. (Breeni of 118 Arlington ra . wile of George W Bustesd and inter of John J of Burlington and Lilian Logan of woburn. Timei.. rj Cuthorl-and and n ac of funeral uier. visitma Norman R. butnerianrt, hours at the Graham Funeral Home. 3 Arlington rd , Woburn. Monday 7-W. Tuesday 3 and 7-10 COl ITTI In Newton. Luigi. Sept. beloved husband of Felicia 'Col- ettii, father of Lawrence of ton. Mary Sorrentino of Needham, Joseph of Newton, Carmela O Day ot iaucK. uuy or nesion. jiineai Cemdm ofn'New ton of Newton, Theresa O Halloian of Newton neral from the Mni Funeral Home. 203 Adams St.. Newton. Wednesday, oept , at s a m. solemn nign Mass of Reauiem in Our Ladv's Churrh at a m Relatives and friends in- a. rrp;iripnt for eicht vited to attend Visiting hours Mon-Serving BS president lur eim day 7-io. Tuesday 3-5 and 7-io. years. He had worked as a gleason in Natick. Sept. l. Cath-l-i.-u fpiipr commercial man- erine H. .Ur.uhart Gleason of 12 clerK leuer, COIIUiiciLiai man University dr.. beloved wife of theiaeer and vice president. late syaney Gleason. motner ofi Boland J. of Natick and Mary I. ef Holiiston. Funeral services at; the John P. Fowe runeral Home. 97 Main it, Marlboro. Wednesday. sept 4. at 2 P m. Interment in I Naplewood Cemeterv. Marlboro. Visiting hour Tuesday evening to 9 o m. cahf HIRSH In San Francisco. formerly of Allston. Mass . Louis F . husband ef Alice iHodges. Hirsh. father of Dean K. of caiu and ijorooe, s Mirth Of TewKsnury. Funenl Wednesd- in San Fran - Cisco, calif ror..utr Past Coti- tranoer 1 Vt.W. Post No. s. Allston. JOBNOV--iwrence J . euddenly. I Ui Qumr . Sept 1. Zl Kemper st . Weilasto . beieved hushand of Aiauae 4. tiaylon Jonnsn Cem-plete notice of funeral later. MeNAMAtA In Somerville. Sept 1.1 193. John F. beloved husband of t-itnenne (Lyon' Late res. Thimdik st Beloved fath iraYeMPTi'the heights of modern art will VSXZm,2t&Z be buried in- a windswept Margaret schue e va . and Dennis : cemetery on the Norrranay r Mc.Misi-t ot rif'h t. Eati Can-onage. Fun al rom the Jihn J Donovan Funeral . ome. i4t Otis It. East Cambridge. Wednesday at S 1 m. Snipmn F.ineral V at sit John s Church. North Carrbnrtfe. a Relative. nri fr.enrt. ,nv,.i tWiTWtfVZ'&jliZ&'-V residence Saturday 24 resident of spring it. tart Cam- hours after his prized on,i- U: t i -t " mil. OMIL-Of West Fburr. Sept 1. Mary iSneai. he oved wife o the Je'emiah. late sergeant. Bietnn piice Dept . mother of Mary c and John H . lister of William A S-ea PsKjence 1S Seu'h st. rjneral fom the F. J H:ggin Fureral Home. 4234 Wshtngt"n it i Roslindale sq i. Wednesday. Sent. 4. at am. Solemn Beouiem m Te Holy Nam Church at 10 ociock. Re'ativei and fne-di tn-. vied. Visiting noun Mondsy T- 10 D m.. Tuesday 3-S and 7-10 b m. Parking tn rear ef funeral horn on j LumniiTJ Hwy. I PFEU Departed Sept L, Re--r-a.! tn li rL I . fnrmertr of :"-1 pan. Bekjwed wife of Far' Fer' sj and dewed e-oher of Mrs. Vt j Abrams. Mt F.os;-n Gamer a"4l Sa-riiel Perlu. all of Marupan. Alsol f .rvived by . eve grandc :ildren. I frirei tt t I'lsrar Ke-ri!i c; ti-;--. a.v.,, et Crist l ! Wasi-re n G-.erS) Sir W ianj ASatl, CI, Ea.l. rvtrher-r. T jes4ay. Set J. he-e ei he'e daigi-'- V- VV Abrama. 38 Stow rd . Mattaran WAlS-FormerryFey-e- Sept I Laara A Tner?ii t c t-e la'e Phitp M'ker ef Leah's- of Wakefed Vj K - . - r.e - : t' S r---ai s-rv?ee 13 r-e p . , '."Tr- Fesch st . WMri f r ail p-iy tj K?niay ' 1 oeKUj lt 4s 1 to 1 53 Mrs. Claire Dilorati Requiem Mass Wednesday- Services for Mri. Clair (CrowW) Dilorati. 40. PlS rast Ffn,rth .... South BoW u,.ii w, u.m W.rW.rUw .r a .u, v,;u . brothers. Edward and Paul Crowley, and her parents, Mr. ana iirs. rarriCK t-rowiey, ail of South Boston. Mary Somerville BBC Official, Author BATH, Eng. (AP) Mary Somerville. 63. first woman to t - ngianci, died Sunday. She contributed short stories and articles to American imagazines. to the Maryland Eastern Shore after World War II. ureen ieu in love wim ior a puoiic aumoriiv ior tne island, Cancer overtook Green last Fall. Realizina fullv that he was a terminal case, Gren resumed his chain smoking and plunged into even greater efforts on Assateague's behalf. "I don't have much time,'' he said. The fate of Assateague Island is still undetermined. However, Green's plan for a public authority seems to be fading as state officials ponder whether to accept the Department of the Interior's offer to develop the island into 'a national seashore park. Robert Hynes, 54 Veteran Theater Manager Robert Austin Hynes, 54, of 102 Chester st., Allston, man- nner nf th TtKf" Keith Me. jmorial Theater, Boston, died 0f a heart attack early Sunday in st Elizabeth's Hospital, Before corning to Boston he was u manager for th jReade Theaters in Asb Parkf N j He had also man aged theaters in Oklahoma Cjt 0k, st J0seph's Mf). ',.:.,, J uri. ivinvvaunt'e aim vvaiaaw, wis. He was a veteran of two years submarine service in the Pacific during World War II. He leaves a wife, Alice Ann (Haslett): a daughter, Mrs Louis J. Celli; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hynes of Favette City. Pa. and two brothers, ueorge w. ana jonn H., also of Fayette City. Funeral services will be at 'the Waterman Chapel Tuesday 1 at 4 p.m. Norman Sutherland West Coast Utility Head SAN FRANCISCO (UPD- who rn. frnm lamDliehter to rosc "Om lampugmtr irhairman nf trip board Of PaCl- , r-t.,,.;- r j;01 nc VJds oc Licriui. ui New-ic,mrlav at his home He waj , sunaaJ al nls "UIUC" ilc 65. Mr. Sutherland . , e ..i i j Fu-L,v,a;rrrl,n f nation's largest Cnairman OI me nation ldifeck pas and electric Utility Com Igas ana eiecinc uuiuy . ... f, DanV. tWO months ago, alter ,,. , v.. -, .;k utrgau ilia voicci P.G &E. in 1913. He was born in San Francisco and educated in local 7:.rhnols. He leaves a Wife. .(Charlotte and their daughter, Mr Al en E NufZPnt, j w?' . n . " Private funeral services were ' u. j fr Miv ! Scheduled lor today. Georges Braque Burial to Be on Coast PARIS (LTD Geor?j ".'knee's Braa,ue. one-time appren-fatner of t ice housepainter who soared tt j. "... COaST. It was announced Sun-act time has net j.v Th erart tire has net aay- 1 r'e "a(-1 lu "e l" Ken CAt i d' .... ei J4.J .f l Mr. Braaue. 81. fliea at n. Mr. Braque, 81, died at h:j 1 vl Jc V ........ UOH was Sftippea tO ew i, -i Tv,.V.tinn on the first lap of an ex.n.D.uoa tnnr of the United States i10" OI me V.V f v " . Braque will be tuned at Varengeville-Sur-Mer. at a small seaside cemetery near Dieppe where he helped decorate the chapeL Sir William Asbtoa Australian Artist ' SYDNEY. Australia (Eeut- ' - well-knOWU artist who was director Cf the Sydney Alt latT n ttl r? tA uf J""""" o j aj rjis come cere awiajy. ; K . . i. t . s -1. i Kra 13, - car; to Australia when he wa 3 He was educated in AJe'aidat j nc w a - - . . ar.i later studied art ia E4l

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