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THE BOSTON DAILY GLOBE TUESDAY, JANUARY 23. 1958 Thlrty.Two DEATHS EVENING DEATH NOTICES, MORNING DEATH NOTICES MORNING DEATH NOTICES MORNING DEATH NOTICES MORNING DEATH NOTICES GIBBONS In the Azores. Jan IX. Chmt. Joanna I.

Chambers HOLT In Hull. Januarv Ralnh husband of. Lana Ardelle Wheeleri Holt in his oid year; of 40 Bv Funeral services i the C. She p- herd Funeral Home. 134 Pleasant "1..

So Weymouth, on Thursday. Jsnmrv .10. Hi 1 cm Relatives and frie nds i Invited Culling hours Wednesday UEBrRMAN Sl. Florida, formerly of Rnston, beloved hmhnd of Kathertne iRresth). brother of Mm.

Rose Sherman of ami (-a, porcheter, Louis Lichermsn of Kan- I i I Ike to Attend Brother's Rites In Kansas City WASHINGTON. Jan. AD President Elsenhower plans to fly to Kansas City, Mo tomorrow morning to attend luneral services for his brother Arthur. Arthur Eisenhower. 71.

riied Sa, Bin rrrm nnn-inn ra CarnarZS, irhael Florence Bernstein nf Dorchester and Nathan Lleberman of Arlington. Fu- Chamhers, Joanna I. neral services will be held (time Louisa he announced latcrl the Srhlnss- herf Memorial Chapel, 1217 Blue Hill Cloran, John H. Mallanan. 1 Corbett, Den Is T.

widow of N.vman Markrll. Beloved mother of Albeit. Miami. Florida: Abraham of Dorchester, Fierf of New York. Bella BHer.

New York; Hannah Levine of Newton; Martha Hartford. Ct: Sylvia Blacker. M.ltnn. and the late Cella Marked. Service; al the Levine Chapel 470 dav.

Januarv 29. at II a m. Memorial week al the home of Mrs. Leo er. 9S Hudson street.

Niinnn. A 11 VI' tJ Dn.lnn Inrmffrlu a F.act Boston, January Mary E. iHisginsi. beloved wile of the late Howard S. of 20.

Byron East Boston. Funeral' from the Treanor Memorial. 72fi Sara- tnsa at nnston. jnnrsaai TU. ii.ui.uhv 8 IS a.m.

Hiah Reouiem Mass the Star of the Sea Church at o'clock. Relatives and friends are Kinoiy in-; vited to attend. Visiting hours fues-i vnra 111 Biiriiii, day 7-10 Wednesday Late member of Ja Unit A.L Auxlli Wednesday z-s ain i-io. mes weirn uold atari Mothers i STUBBS Charles H. Jan.

27. at his i i ef a heart ailment Sunday night. Mrs. Eisenhower will not ac rompany the President, the White House announced. Traveling with him will be hi? ynunsest brother, Dr.

Milton S. Eisenhower, president of Johns Hopkins University Baltimore. Md. The President and Mffcnn will be met at the Municipal Air Ter, minal in Kansas City by another brother, Earl Eisenhower of La Grange. 111.

The White House said it now ppears likely that a fourth broth-er, Edgar Eisenhower of Taeoma, will be unable to attend me funeral service. From the airport, the President tnd his two brothers will go first to the home of Arthur's widow for a brief visit. There they and ether members of the family will jo to a funeral home chapel for brief private services. Tha President and his brother Milton will go directly to the airport after the services. They are scheduled to arrive back in Washington at 6:30 p.m., EST.

Leaders Attend Funeral for Robert Young w. i ate resmence. nosemary ine, vvesi Bih.rw Yarmouth. at the age of "'fh" formerly of Boston, husband of the Gates, Edward P. late Phoehe iLons) Stubhs.

Funeral j-h services Wednesday, Jan. 29. at I n.m. JOS'nh C-at the Doane. Beal i Ames Home.

Gibbons, Annie Centervllle Hvannis. Relatives oihhnns Globe Women's Pages Assistant Editor Joanna I. Chambers. 64. assistant.

editor of the Boston Globe Worn- en'S Paces died this morning after a long Illness. At the GInhe MISS tnamners, U'C A. JOANNA I. CHAMBERS planned the daily menu and edited all recipes and neernrworK instructions which appeared on the Women's Paces, Bearlprs who telephoned their questions talked with Jen. bhe counseled them from her years of experience and sound judgment.

Problem recipes and needlework directions she personally tested and perfected before she permitted them to be printed in the Globe. An excellent cooK. Jen cnam innittv named hv Globe bers was lonfliy namea oy oinoe iiTa.i Fno-lann best. emnlovees "New Englana Dest i. i V.mM 1Tsv IV 1SS LnHlllUfl ui'i II tn mt a through this anH ri several triDs to Eurone Before coming to the Globe 16 years ago.

Miss Chambers worked in Washington, D. during World War I for the War Shipping Department. Later she taught dancing at the Castle School in The Colony Club, New York City. Her young pupils included John and Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr.

and Doris Duke. She leaves a sister. Theresa W.i Chambers, with' whom she made her home at 137 Englewond Brnokline. Friends may call at the Frederic J. Crosby Memorial Home, 867 Beacon tonight between 7 and 10 and tomorrow between the hours of 2 and 5 cm.

and from 7 to 10 p.m Services will be held Thursday with a solemn mass of I and friends are invited to attend, in-i terment in the Evergreen Cemetery, Eflstham. SULLIVAN In Brighton. January 28.1 Timothy J. Beloved husband of the late Liza B. (Webb) and lather of Mrs.

Ann McGilvray. Mrs. Julia E. Soadea and Robert t. Sullivan.

Late residence 70 Oak Av. Funeral from the McNamara Funeral Home. 460 Washington st. tat Lake at. I.

on Thursday morning. Followed bv a Requiem High Mass In Our Lady of The Presentation Church at o'clock. Relatives and friends Invited. Late member Brotherhood of Railroad Q7 Vi.ilinB hours to 5 and 7 to 10 n.m, TURNER In Brookline. Jan.

2S. Ann i Powell t. wife of Dell W. I i ki u.riin Residence 44 Harris st. Services will be in St.

Paul Episcopal Church. Asoinwall av. and St. Paul Thurs-1 day. Jan.

.10. at 2 P.m. Relatives and f' i friends invited. Friends mav call rr.ni. the Bell Funeral Washing-i "0 ton Wednesday afternoon and Jordan, Johanna evening.

2-4 and 7-9 n.m. Please omit i K. Th flowers. Those wishing to make floral I Cambridge, Jan. 28, 1958.

Phllomema (Milianu Raia of Nut- oeiovea wire of ine late sal-, vatore Rata, devoted mother of Ed-i ra 01 nrooKiine, Julius of Ariing ton. Mrs. Eleanor rVMareffm mnri ai bert of Cambridge, Funeral from the in; n. enrnrfr runeraj dome, yi Wallham Lexington, Thursday, Jan, at 8 a. m.

High Mas, of Re-qium at St, Paul's Chinch, Cambridge, at 9 a. m. Relative, and friends resnrctfully Invited to attend. viMina ninir, luesoay 7 to 10 1 1 1 r. 4 10 ana 1 10 111 m.

Jamaica Plain. Jan. 28. rinn lormeriv or j-arKinn 1 beloved husband of the late Mathilda lamer or Mis. maihlim Venna.

Carl E. and Frank P. Helrhert funeral from the Robert Lawler Funeral Home, 33 South Hunlmston av Jamaica Plain (opn Cardinal OConnell Seminaryl Wednerlnji. at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass of Reouiem in the Church of the Bleed Sarra- meni.

ai a.m. Relative, and friends are invited. Visitina mira Mnnrlnt, 7 to 10. Tuesday. 2 In 8 and 7 to 10 p.m.

iniermem St. Joseph 1 Cemetery KIOFnAN In- Maiden. Jan. 27. Marv C.

Riordan, 65 West beloved sister j- Hioroan. Catherine A 1 Rlordan Dunphv. Dennis J. Riordan runerai from the Macdonald and Son, Funeral Home. 537 Pleasant Thursday at 8:15.

Reouiem High Mass In the Church of the Immaculate Conception at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends Invited. Visiting hours 3 to 5 jria ro in. Laie memner of ladles Sodality and Legion of Mary, 1in, 'nrmer of Wakefield, Jan. 25, Joseph residence 23 Fairlawn st heloveii (Whitei Rnhhins and father of Mrs.

Madeline Cham- uU- Lflns" of Maiden, nera from the Leo M. Norton Fn neral Home. 287 Main Maiden on -Wednesday. Jan. 29.

at 8'30 Solemn Requiem High Mass at the "pa vJniirrn at 9 oclnck. Relatives and friend, invited. Visiting hoin-s 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. ROBERTSON In Rovbury. Jan.

28. Benjamin, of 788 Shawmut he-loved hushand of Vlolelia. Funeral services Thursday at. 1 p.m. from Peonies Baptist Church.

Camden st Memorial service, Wednesday. Jan. 29. at 8 p.m. at the B.

Johnson Funeral chapel. 608 Shawmut av kuhinsun In Boston. Jan. 25 Louise L. of 20 Braddock Park.

Boston h'e-Ak of Martha L. Carroll wHiner; sisier Ot Alice J. Hookins. Renosing at the Chisholm Funeral Chapel. 532 Columhus av Boston.

Funeral from the chapel Tuesday. Jan. 28. at 1 m. Relatives and friends Invited.

Family present at the ivn-iiuny evening i io rn. ROGERS Kathrin Wtkrlll nKt7fy Wliinw Rv rrtDJlt. i hpM nn VriHav "i' 4i VT, Chr Church c.mh Church. Cambridge. ROMANO In East Boston, Orifnt Hciflhls.

Januarv It IQO ei 1 Vincent M. Jr. of 199 Favwood av beloved son of Vincent M. and Hermane (nee Kukiovskyi and devoted brother of Francis Paul Funeral Monday from the Sacred Heart Cnaoel of the Rapino Memorial Chelsea (Maverick so .1 2 J.nr Solemn High Mass in Our vi iur rtwumMiinn at a.m. Relatives and friends invited Visiting hours 2 tn 5 and 7 to 10 n.m.

Ul Cemetery. Milwaukee papers please ROSEN Departed Jan. 27. Sarah of 37 Revere Boston. Wife of the late Max Rosen and devoted mother of Henry of Boston, Harry of New York city.

Sidney of Sharon and David Rosen of Chicago. 111. Also survived by nine grandchildren. Services at 5 fnct-'fcv Memorial Chaoels, 1668 Beacon Brookline. Wednes day Jan.

29. at 10 a. m. Mcmo-ial Week at her late residence. Exnres-sions of sympathy may he donated in her memory to the Heart Fund.

RYAN In Mattaoan, Jan. 26. M. Gertrude (O'Connor) nf 91 uf-mven wire oi I. and sister of neral from the Joseph E.

Carroll Fu neral Home. 1117 River Hvd Park. Wednesday. Jan. 29.

at 8 a Requiem High Mass in St. Gregory's Church. Dorchester, st 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hturs 2 to 4 and 7 to 10.

SANDERS In Cambridge. Jan. 27, Francis G. Sanders, of 888 Massachusetts husband of Catherin. A Haverty) Sanders, father of James Sanders.

Funeral from the Daniel F. Brien Funeral Home, 907 Massachusetts av Cambridge. Wednesday at 8 a.m. Reouiem High Mass at the Blessed Sacrament Church at 9 a m. Relatives and friends invited.

Visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. SANTAGATA In Quincy. Jan. 27, John. ci.v:u musmtiu ni Maria (KICCll.

father of Joseph. Sister Annette Marie, Nellie Dryer. Ann Manfra and Delia Santagata. Funeral irnm the Vincent Buonfiglio Funeral Chapel. 116 Franklin Thursday at 9:15 a.m, Solemn High Mass nf Requiem at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church at 10 a.m.

Relatives and friends kindly Invited. Visttine nourg 2 to and 7 to 10. SAVANI In Somerville. Jan. 26.

Virginia (Gonii. beloved wife of the late Giuseone and devoted mother of George. John. Mrs. Julia Zanetti and Mrs.

Aida Lesantn Funeral (mm A Struzziero and Sons Funeral Home 493 Somerville av. i 29. at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass of neouiem in sr. Antnony a Church at a.m.

Relatives and friends respect-ully invited to attend. Visiting hours 2 to 4 and 7 to in Donations mav he made in her name to St. Anthony's Parochial School of Somerville or the American Cancer Society. SAVARINO In Melrose. Jan.

27. Richard M. infant son of Arthur and Rnla iSoadaforal Savarinn. nf 2 Rock-view av. Funeral services at the Gatelv Funeral Home, 79 West Foster Wednesday.

Jan. 29. at 9 a Relatives and friends invited Visiting hours 7 to 10 p.m. Please omit flowers SCHELDE Of Franklin. former- ni unrunesier, ja.n 56.

tn husband of the late Hilnia i at i noon for Robert R. Young the railroad magnate who shot him-, elf in Florida Saturday, He was buried in the church yard, next to his daughter. Eleanor, who was killed in a plane crash at Matunuck. R.I.. in 1941.

The Youngs were Newport Summer residents. Four close friends served as ushers. They were Cornelius C. Moore, W. Gurnee Dyer.

Henry D. Phelps and Alan T. Schumacher, all prominent in the exclusive Kewport Summer colony. Mrs. Young was accompanied by Mrs.

Edward McLean, Allan P. Kirby, president of the Alleghany holding company whereby Young gained control of the New York Central Railroad, and David W. Wallace, New York attorney tor Young, Railroad presidents attending the funeral were Alfred E. Perl PORTSMOUTH. R.

Jan. at St. Ignatius Cambridge, as. man oi me nc iuji will, interment wm dc Walter J. Tuohy of the Chesapeake hn Foxboro.

EI. TALL Marion iThuritom. la Hingham. Jan. 28 Beloved win ot James I.

Thralfall of 813 Main Funeral services at McDonald Funeral Home, corner Middle and Charles East Weymouth tat. i Wednesday at 2 o. m. Relatives and tnends invited. Lae employee Stetson Shoe rharter member and oat president Wcssar.ussett Post.

T. W. Auxiliary, Visiting hours Monday 7-10 n. Tuesday 2-4 and 7-10, Wareham. Januarv 37, Elizabeth G.

i Wilson I. wife of tha late Thiirl Tolman. at the home of her daiishler. Mrs. Doris M.

Higgina, 190 County West Wareham, Funeral service, Wednesday, January 29. at her laie home. 88 Wallace West Quinrv, at 1:30 p.m. Relatives and friend, Invited Mis. Tolman mav be seen at her late home Tuesday and Wednesday.

VALENTI In West End. Boston Jan. 25. Joseph, beloved husband of Con-retta iCaraoezat. and devoted father of Mrs Christine Cnntl of Washington.

D.C I Angelo. Theresa. Anna, all of Bnslon: Louts of Bridgeport, and Rev. Father Joseph J. Valenti.

S.J., and brother of Salvatore Valenti of l.vndhurst. Funeral from the Joseph Russo Boston Funeral Home. 42 Green st. nr Bowdoin sq Wednesday, Jan. 29.

at 8 a.m. Solemn. High Mass in St. Joseph's Church, af 9 a m. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend.

Visiting hours 2 to and 7 to 10 p.m. VEASEY In Dorchester. Jan. 28. Kathryn I.

Inee Whlltv t. hlnH wif of Thomas j. and mother of thomaa J. Veasey residence 9 Nelson st. Funeral from tie Stenhen Bren-nick Funeral Home.

138 Norfolk 5t, (corner off Whitman Wednesday, Jan. 29, at 8 a High Mass "of Requiem at St. Matthew's Church, al 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m.

WATERS In Jamaira Plain. Jan. 28. yvairer neinved son of the lata James P. Waters and Barbara Waters (nee Yeagloi, of 50 Green st and brother of Mrs Thomas Gordon and Caroline E.

Waters and uncle of James F. Waters. Funeral from tha Daniel L. Shea Son home for funerals, 512 Center on Wednesday, at 8 a.m. High Mass of Requiem in Our Lady of Lourdes Church, at 0 a.m.

Relative, and friends kindly invited. Calling hours Monday 7 to 10. and Tuesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10, Late veteran of World War WELSH In Everett, Jan. 27. Ellen Welsh (OConnelli, residence 42 Hillside beloved wife of the late Peter Welsh.

Funeral from the John F. Ward 4V Son Funeral Home. 772 Broadway. Wednesday. Jan 29, at 8 a.m.

Requiem Hish Mass at the i-iitie lower Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited to hours 2-4 and 7-10 m. Lat member National Auxiliary U.S.W United War Mothers of America. Marv J. Peftingill Auxiliary, Spanish War Veterans.

WFSSLIGIn WMt Rovhi.rv f. dalen E. Wessling (nee WelchlinM father of Maj Andrew L. USA. Dr.

Philip Edmund Robert Wesshna. and Mrs. William MrCool. Residence 8B4 Veterans of Foreign Wars parkway. Funeral from the Frederic J.

Crosby Funeral Home. 1803 Centre st. (between Willow and Maple sts. i. on Thursday morning at 9:15 to he followed hv a Solemn Mass of Requiem in St.

Theresa't Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends are Visiting houra 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. Interment Si. Joseph's. In lieu of flowers contributions to the Archbishop Cushin vnHrny runn womn ne appreciated.

WHFl.AN In Brookline. Jan. 26. Annia (Howard) beloved wife of Albert P. Whelan, residence 56 Linden pl mother of Elna C.

Blnng John P. and Howard Whelan. Funeral from inS J-. Funeral Home. 129 Harvard Wednesday mornins; at 9:10.

followed by a Solemn High Mass of Requiem in St. Marv of tha Assumption Church at 10. Relativea and friends are kindly invited. Visiting hours Monday evening 7 to 10. Tuesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10.

Lata member L.C B.A.. Branch 1335. Inter ment noiynooa cemetery. WHALEN In Framingham fnrm.ru. beloved wife of the late M.

Warei Whalen and mother of John Whalen and Anne Owens of Braviloid. Ct. Funeral from the J. Lyons Funeral Home, 1479 Washington West Newton. Thursdavr at I am.

Solemn Requiem Mass in St. Bernard's Church at 9 Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 3 to 9 and 7 to 9 WHELAN Of Hingham. Jan. 25.

John Jnsenh Whelan. Funeral from his lat residence. 12 Leavitt Wednesday, Jan. 29, at 8:15 a.m. Requiem High Mass in St.

Paul's Church, at 8 a rru Relatives and friends respectfuly invited. Visiting hours Monday. to 10 p.m. Tuesday, 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. SOLOMON FUNERAL HOME 420 Harvard Brooklini JACOB M.

COHEN OF WOLLASTON SERVICES TODAY AT 11- A. At. rnrhitiQ nreo rrnr of eanpef Sheet Metal Workers Local No. 17 We regret to announce the death of Brother Stanley E. Thomas.

Reposm the Walsh Funeral Home. 2175 Maii. Cambridge. Mass of Reouiem in Immaculate Conception Church, Alewifa Brook No. Cambridge.

Wednts-day, at 8 a J. F. McNULTY. Pres J. E.

BROOKS. JOHN DRUmTaMP 18 We regret to announce the death erf Thomas J. Lyden, member of this camp. No. 18.

Funeral from tpa James F. O'Donnell Funeral Home. 780 East Broadway. South Roston. Wedne BRIGHTON COUNCIL 12t, K.

Of C. i ejry iirti mrmnpr Mrran uuptv. remitted to meet the- ounc' Tuesday, Jan. 28 at 8 p.m. "nl1 proceed to the Leo Birmingham Fun.ral Hom on 471 Washington crignion.

JAMES FOLEY. K. F. L. LaMACHIA.

Rec. LOCAL 104, B. W. We rerret to announce the dearth Mark's Church at 9 a.m.. Jan.

29. 1953. LAWBENCE E. COLLINS. President.

nI manual accrn.r.v. Cambridge Lodge r839, B. P. 0. Iks We regret to announce the death of brother John H.

Cloran. Elks s-rviee ih. i u.cm,m- LAUGHLIN. Secretary. CARD OF THANKS i Massachusitlt 1 1 Association gratifully iekaow.

tdgts Memorial Gifts, 50 Beacon Boston HELEN A. BOYLE The family of the late Helen Boy'e wishes to thank their many relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy during their recent bereavement. IN MEMORIAM 1357-Alire M. Balmforth-1958 First Anniversary Mass. Wednesday, Jn.

59, 8 a.m.. St. Mnnira i Church, Smith Boston. Lovingly remembered br husband and children. 1943 Mary J.

Kulisich 1958 LevlnilT rmemhered by her family. Misses being said. 1952 Simon F. Lovett 1958 Sixth Annirsary. Masses ar being en Jjn.

ts. Ht Fmb eisraa Fathers, Hellldaysbart, Pa, at clmf DMana LYDEN Of (suddenly i. South Boston. Jan 25 mi varanoMng in Ft Lauderdale, Fla Thomas beloved husband of Josephine C. iWahhi L.vden; dvnted brother of Mrs.

Anne Wnrthington of South Weymouth ana Mrs Timothy J. Hurley of Dorchester. Residence, 2.19 st. Funeral from the James F. O'Dnnnell Funeral Home, 78(1 F.ast Broadway (between and ats.i.

ThuiKdav, Jan. 30, at 8 a.m., followed hy a Solemn High Mass of Requiem in the Gate of Heaven Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends Invited. Retired employee of the Citv of Rnctnn nrirlo. nMt Spanish American War veteran anH memner of the St.

Brownies. Visit lng hours Tnesriav 7 to 10 Wednesday, 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. MacKAY In Boston. January 28. Miss cnrisne wacKav of 22 Ano etnn Services will be held in the Church 01 ine Lovenini, Herneiey and Newbury Wednesday.

January 29. at 1 n.m. Relatives and friends invited Friends may call at the familv- residence at thir convenience, in lieu of flowers donations mav be made to ine Memorial rund 01 tne Needham f'resnyierian Church MADDEN In Roxhlirv. Jan 57. Sarah T.

(Dean I. beloved wife of the late jonn j. Madden and mother of John nomas Mary William and the late Daniel F. Madden, for merly of Sherman st. Funeral (mm the P.

E. Murray Funeral Home. S4 noxoury Thursday, Jan. 30, at 8:15 a.m. Requiem High Mass in St Joseph's Church at 9 o'clock.

Heiattves and friends most kind vited. Visiting houri 2 to 5' and 7 10 in p.m MAGUIRE-ln Roxbury, Jan. 28. James (.. infant son of James E.

and Margo Magulre Inee Morel ol. resi dence 2 Orchard Park. Funeral serv ices at tne Bernard Ke Son Fu neral Home. 8 Church Dorchester. on Tuesday.

Jan. 28. at 2 ock Relatives and friends invited. Calling hours Monday 7-10 p. m.

MALONEY Of North Wilmington, hy accident. Jan. 26. Airman 3c USAF Gerald beloved son of Robert J. and Barhftra iSchaeferi.

residence. Birch-wood rd. Funeral from the W. S. Cav-anauRh Son Funeral Home.

374 Main Wilmington, Thursday. Jan. 30, at 9:15 a.m. High Mass of Requiem in St. Thomas' Church at 10 a.m.

Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Tuesday, 7 to 10 p.m. and Wednesday, 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. McEWF.N Of Woodstock, Vt Alfred R. and Frances.

Funeral services will be held in the St. James' Episcopal Church. Woodstock, Wednesday aiter- noon at 2 o'clock Rev. Edward M. Green will offiriate with entomb-i ment in Riverside Cemetery.

They By Mrs. Frances Phelos of Bloomheld mil, ivuvn. ivirs. rai Kiir n. vauitnn j.uuiuiM in ii.Tj, iirw gram Mrs.

randchilflren. Her narpnts. Mr, and: John w. uow or Heading. Ver- moot, her brother Robert K.

Dow. hi, sisters. Mrs Ralnh Mrs. Wiiliam Candy, his brother John McEwen. Please omit flowers.

McNICOL Donald C. in Ouincv. Jan 27. of 44 Whilon beloved hus band of Anna P. IRoaohel McNirol father of Donald J.

and Bruce F. Mc-Nicol of Quiocy. Reposing at the Sweeney Mineral Home. .74 e. st.

Quincy Center, until Thursday morn ing at 8. Reouiem High Mas, at St Joseph's Church at 9 o'clock. Rela tives and friends are respectfully in vited to attend. Visiting hours Tues day 7 to 10. Wednesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m.

interment Mount Wollaston, MERZI In Quincy, Jan. 27, Joseph, be oved hushand of Mar a (Sa riettl Funeral from the Vincent Bunnfigtio (uneral Chapel, lln franklin Thursday at 8:15 a.m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Mary's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends kindly invited.

Visiting hours 2 to and 7 to 10. monoay. jn. Sarah, formerly of Roxbury, widow of Moses, beloved mother of Isador MezofT of Lynn, Sam Mezofr of Mar-blehead, Irving Mezoff of Brookline, William Meziknfsky of Brighton. Hy-man Mezoff of Dorchester, Milton Mezoff of Providence.

Hilda Hurwitz. Edith Mezikofskv. Rose Roahenberg. Ruth Loeb. all Brighton.

"Services at the Levine Chapel. 470 Harvard Brookline, Tuesday. Jan. 28. at 1 p.m.

Memorial week at the home of Mrs. Rose Rothenherg. 198 Chiswick Brighton. Please omit flowers. MIGHILL, Of 8-A Oakdale Jamaica Plain, Jan.

27. 1958, Charles husband of Viola A. (Hatch). Funeral services private. Please omit flowers.

MILLER-WILLIS In Dorchester. Jan. 25. Minnie, beloved wife of the late John Miller, residence 306 Washington mother of Mrs. Florence MoC-Donald of California, Mrs.

Estelle Willis. Mrs. Dora Vest of Kansas, Mrs. Helen Brennan, Mrs. Gertrude Gen-nero, Mrs.

Evelyn Johnson. Ben. Jean. John and Edward Miller. Funeral from the Harold L.

O'Neil Funeral Home. 405 Washington at Bradlee Dorchester, on Wednesday. Jan. 29, at 8 a.m. Requiem High Mass at Our Lady of Czenstochowa Church.

Andrew South Boston, at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends respect fully invited. Visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. Interment New Calvary. MINICHIELLO Suddenly, in Everett.

Jan. 26. Maria meLucal. beloved wife of Carmine, mother of Mrs. Ella Bisesti.

Angelo. Dominic. Mary. Ar mando. Ann.

John, of Melrose and Jack, of Maiden. Residence, 28 County rd. Funeral from the late residence. Thursday at 8:15. Solemn High Mass of Reouiem in St.

An thonv's Church at 9:30. Relatives and friends invited Late member of the Christian Mothers and Tabernacle So ciety, MULLANEY In Saugus. Jan. 25. for merly of Watertown and Waltham.

Peter beloved husband of the late Marv J. (Curryi Mullaney: residence 88 Denver st. Funeral from the W. Thomas Memorial Funeral Home. 75 Galen Watertown.

Wednesday. Jan. 29. at 8:15 a.m. Reouiem Mass tn St.

Patrick's Church at 9 n'clock. Relatives and friends are kindly in vited to attend. Calling hours 2 to and 7 to 10 p.m. Retired foreman of the Waltham Street Department. MUOLLO Of 76 North Margin st North End.

Jan. 26. Anthony, beloved hushand of Louise mee Puopnloi, father of John, Grace. Lana and Robert: son of Caroline Muollo and brother of Louise. Funeral from the John Cincotti Sons Funeral Home.

7 Cooner on Wednesday at 8:30 Solemn Reouiem High Mass in n-in a')a1. Relatives an, friends invited. Visiting hours are 2-S and 7-iu. NELSON In Charlestown, Jan. 24.

George beloved son of the late William G. and Adeline (McGrathl. Funeral from Joseph A Langone Jr. Funeral Home. 58 Merrimac and Chardon st.

Wednesday, at 9 a.m. Solemn Reouiem High Mass at St. Francis de Sales' Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. O'BRIEN At Milford.

N.H.. Monday, Jan. 27, William M. O'Brien, hoi-band of Jessie iMacKavi O'Brien, formerly of Brookline. N.H..

and Hyde Park. Mass. Retired member of the Boston Police Dept. Funeral services Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the L.

Paul Ecklund Funeral Home. 23 High Milford. Interment Riverside Ceme tery, Milford. Friends may call at the funeral home irom I to a p.m. Tuesday.

O'CONNELL In Somerville. Jan. 26. Ella M. (Stewarti.

residence 32 Hol-yoke road, beloved wife of the late David Connell and mother of John A. of Somerville and Joseph T. OTnnnpIl nt Rplmnnt Funeral from the Joseph L. Keough Son Funeral Home, 15 Inman on Wednesday. Jan 29.

at 8 a. m. Solemn Reouiem High Mass in St. Catherine's Church. Somerville.

at a. m. Heia-tives and friends are invited to attend. Visiting hours 2-5 and 7-10 p. m.

OR'R In Waltham. Jan. 27, Anna iDren'nani. beloved wife of William J. Orr.

Ttesidenre. 21 Ml. Pleasant. Funeral from the Walsh Funeral Home 20 High st Thursday, at 8 a.m. Mass of Reouiem in St.

Mary's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 3 to and to 10 p.m. PAVE -Miriam (Ralby). of 15 Ttnion Milton.

Beloved wife nf Hvman B. Pave. Devoted mother of Marvin. uaugnier ot Samuel ana Sadie Kalby. Sister of Herbert M.

Ralbv. Funeral services will be held Tuesday. Jan 28 at 11 a.m. at the Schlnssberg Memorial Chappl. 1257 Blue Hill MaUapan.

Memorial week will he observed at her late home. Contributions in expression of sympathy may be sent to the charity of your choice. PRESCOTT In Somerville. Viola oeioven oaugnter of the (ate Charles S. and Mab.j a.

(Madden) Prescott. late of 82 Trull st. Funeral Wednesday at 8.15 from the F. McKenna 6 Son Funeral Home. 390 Medford st.

High Mass of Reauiem in St. Ann's Church at 8 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours Monday 7 to 10. Tuesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10.

mmcurc 1 Winthron. Jan 9ft nazira ita.vne, Kaoienes. of 33 pearl av. Winthrop. beloved wife of the late Arthur Radiches and devoted mother of James.

Alexander and Daniel Radiches. Funeral from the Arthur C. Hasiotis Funeral Home. 1642 Commonwealth Boston. Wednesday.

Jan. 29. at 1 p.m. Funeral services at the Cathedral of the Annumcar on unurcn. HarKer and Ruggles Boston, at 2 o.m.

Rela! fives and fnenos are invited. Calling hours 2 to and 7 to in. Tuesday. Please omit flowers. If desired, contributions may be made to the Cancer Fund.

Alnley, Carolina o.in.rt Aiqultn. Hupert Amevirr, Ann Bauer, Marie marie Biro', Flowers H. williarn Kramer, Harry A. Lambert, Louts Lieberman, Myer Looby, Edward Lyden, Thomas MacKay, Christie T. Madden, Magulre.

J. Jr. Malnney, Gerald D. Markelt. Elizabeth M- Brian, Joseph P.

cale Wnlfred r. canning, A. MrEwen, Alfred and Frances. MrNlcol, Donald C. Mertl, Joaeph Meilkofsky, Sarah Mlghlll, Charler, Mlller-Wlllia M.

Minlchiello, Maria Mullaney, Peter Muollo, Anthony 'Cosman. Vernon Crowe, Fatrick J. Crowell, Clifford M. Cummlngs, Helen Curran, Thomas A. Nelson, George A.

Cusirk, Benjamin O'Brien, William M. Connell, Ella M. uane, Bertha Deneault. George H. Orr.

Anna iiwura rave, jviiimm Dohoney. Dianna Doherty, Patrick Prescott, Viola L. Radlches. Raia, Phllomenit Relchert, Frink Rlordan, Mary C. Rnhhins, Joseph E.

Dombrowski, K. Donovan, Eva VI "in Eowards-Col- ims. Ethel Robertson, Benj Robinson, Louise L. Rogers. Kalherlne Romano, V.

Jr, Rosen. Sarah Ryan, M. Gertrude Sanders, Francis Santagata, John Savani, Virginia inn, Margaret r. Flynn, John J. Foley, Theresa Gibhs.

Frederick A. Gill, William F. eland, Lilian Gillis, Malcolm J. cinrAnn p.i Peter Griffin, James M. Guerin Ell7ahih Hall, Charlotte Hamilton Ralnh 4 amuton, IPh A.

Hanlon, Mary Harris Samuel MmU Savarino, Richard Sawyer, Mary E. Schelde, Christian Schofleld, Arthur Shaw, Annette D. Smythe, William M. Stubbs, C. H.

B. Sullivan, Timothy J. Thackata, Elizabeth Thomas, Stanley E. Thornton, Anne Threlfall, Marion E. neiser.jonn TolmaElizabethG, Turner, Ann Marie Valenti, Joseph Henry, Jessie RprtT rierrett.

Bertram Holt, Ralph H. Hot MmZl Veasey, Kathryn I. Waters, Walter A. Huerlin. Lina.

Welsh, Ellen Wessling, Andrew Whelan, Annie Wheian, J. Joseph Whalen, Vera M. jvmion. jonn MORNING DEATH NOTICES "CURRAN In Norwood, Jan. 25.

Thomas of .178 Railroad son of the jaie jonn ana saran (Currant, funeral from the Giilooly Funeral Home 126 Waloole Norwood. Wodnesriav Jan. 29. at 8 a. m.

Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Catherine's Church at 9 a. m. Relatives and friends in vited. Visiting nours 2-5 and 7-9 m.

CUSICK Suddenly. 1n Somerville. Jan. 26, Benjamin, beloved husband of Jean (Kelly) Cusick. of 14 Essex st.

Funeral from the Salvatore Rocco Sons Funeral Home. 311 Main Everett. Wednesday at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass of ReQuiem in Our Lady of Grace Church, Nichols at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited.

Visiting hours 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p.m. DANE At Phillips House. Boston. Jan. 27, Bertha (Aldrichi.

wife of Waller A Dan of 15 Hancock Npwton Centre Memorial services at the: Brigham Chapel, First Congregational. Church of Newton, corner of Centre and Homer Newton Centre, on Wednesday. Jan. 29, at 2:30 m. Kindly omit flowers.

Burial in Newport, Vt. DENEAULT In Waltham. Januarv 27. George husband of Angelina iHuardi Deneault. Residence 152, Seminole av.

Funeral from the Francis J. Joyce 4t Son Funeral Home, 552 Main on Thursday, January 30, at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass of Reouiem at St. Joseph's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited to attend.

Visiting hours 3 to 5 andl 7 to io P.m. Worcester papers please copy DENNEHY In Arlington. Jan. 27. Edward Keith Dennehy of 20 Marathon husband of Edna (Getzl Dennehy, father of Keith M.

and Dianne M. Dennehy. son of Frank J. and Anna (Keith) Dennehy, brother of Frank J. and Robert T.

Dennehy. Funeral from the Daniel F. Brien Funeral Home, Tib Massachusetts Arlington Thursday at 8 a.m. Requiem High Mass at St. Acnes'.

Church at. 9 a Relatives and friends invited. Visiting inurs io ana io p. DOHONEY In Cochituate, Jan. 27, Dianne.

beloved daughter of Flward J. and Anne iSlatteryi Dohoney of a ma- lavern ra. funeral from the J. Lyons Funeral Home, 1479 Washington West TVewton Wednesday, at 8 a.m. Requiem High Mass in St.

Bernard's Church at 8. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting nnurs io ana io iu. DOHERTY In Rftxbury, formerly of i-nariesjown. Jan.

26. Fatrick. be loved son of the late Patrick and Mary (Callahan I and brother of Mrs. John Doherrv and uncle of John Mardsen of 57 Moreland st. Funeral from the K.

Murray Funeral Home. 54 Roxbury Wednesday. Jan. 29. at 8:15 a.m.

Requiem High Mass at St. Joseph's Church at 9 o'clock Relatives and friends most kindly invited. Visit ing nours. 2 to and 7 to 10 n.m. DOMBROWSKI In Chelsea.

Jan. 28, Kazmiera iRachuhai of 45 Maverick beloved wife of the late Frank Dombrowski and mother of Mrs. Mary McKinley. Mrs. Soohie Godlew-ski of Chelsea.

Mrs. Stephanie Stokes of Pittsburg and Sigmund and Charles of Lneisea and tdward of fievere. Funeral Wednesday at 9 a.m. from the Walata Funeral Home. 125 Washing ton followed by a Salemn Re-j quiem High iVlass in St.

Stanislaus Church at to a.m. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. DONOVAN In Charlestown, Jan. 28.

f.va M. (Roy) Donovan, beloved wife of Arthur P. Donov'an of 115 Cambridge Charlestown and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Roy of Everett and mother of Mary, Robert and William Donovan of Charlestown.

Funeral from the Joseph Curnane Funeral Home. 518 Broadway. Everett on Wednesday Jsn. 29 at 8 a.m. High Mass of Requiem in St.

Benedict's Church. Somerville. at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 3 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m.

DUFFY Formerly of Brighton. In spnngneld. Jan. 26, Kieran. beloved husband of the late Marv A.

(McCarthy) and father of Thomas F. of Springfield and William K. of West Newton. Funeral from the Leo M. Birmingham Funeral Home.

471 Washington Brighton (between Foster and Lake sts Wednesday at 8:15 a.m. Requiem High Mass in Our Lady of the Presentation Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends are kindly Invited. Visiting hours Mondav 7 to 10 p.m.. Tuesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m.

Late member St. Cnlumhkille Court. M.C.O.F.; Brighton Council No. 121. K.

of C. and retired member of Boston Police Dept. FINN In Dorchester. Jan. 28.

Margaret G. (Sullivan), wife of the laie Charles A. Finn and mother of Frederick J. (of Weymouth), sister of Mrs. Catherine Wallace and Mrs.

Agnes Cmcotta. late of 24 Huhbard-ston rd. Funeral from the Morris-sey Brothers Funeral Home. 139 Stoughton Uphams Corner, on Wednesday. Jan.

29 at 8:15 a.m. High Mass of Requiem in St. William's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Monday 7 to 10 p.m..

Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p.m. FIORE-In Revere. Jan. 27. Antonetta (nee Galir.ttai of 27 Bryant be loved wife of the late Michele.

mother of Michael and Ernest of Se vere. Domenic of Somerville. Frank anfl John of California. Mrs. An tonetta Serino of Revere.

Funeral from the Paul Buonfiglio Funeral Cnanel. 128 Revere Thursday. Jan 30. at 9 a.m. Solemn High Mass (it 10 o'clock.

Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. FLYNN In Dorchester, Jan. 25. John beloved hushand of Mary (Connor i Flynn.

residence 67 Center st. Funeral from the John C. Mulrv Funeral Home. 223 Neponset Wednesday at 9 a.m. Solemn Hich Mass of Requiem in St.

Mark's Church at 10 o'cloVk Relative and friend? Ving hours' mSS i day 7 to 10. Tuesday 2 to and 7 to 10. GAGE Suddenly In Lynn. January 28. Richard husband of Florence! Baker) Gage of 95 Woodman Lynn, age 57.

Relatives and friendsj invited to attend the funeral services WMnesoay at T. w. Rhodes funeral Home. 879 Western at 9 p.m. Visiting hours 2 to 4 and 7 to 9.

GATES In East Boston. Jan. 27. Edward beloved hushand of the late Lucy 'McNeill, residence 112 Trenton father of Anna G. Cqtreau.

Funeral from the Magrath Funeral Home. Meridian and Havre Thursdav morning at 8:15. Requiem High Mass in the ChuTch of the Sacred Heart at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 2 to i and 7 to 10.

I 'GIBBONS In Charlestown. Jan. 28. Annie (McLaughlin', beloved wife of; the late Co-nelius. mother of Daniel I and NeiJ Gibbons of Eratotree.

late! residence 4 Trenton st. Funeral from! the John Mulry Funeral 4 iiri( i j.t nn. ter. ednesflav at 8 a m. solemn High Mass of Reau st Francis da Sales Church.

Cbarlestow-n. at o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Monday 7 to 10. Tuesday 5 to 5 ard 7 to in.

ter Glbhons of Wellesle.v, husband of Nellie iTiflevi Gibbons and brother eit Konert T. Gibbons of fill Fran'tn Melrose. Notica of time and place of servirt later, GIBBS In Cochituate, suddenly. Jan. 2R.

Frederic Arthur Gibhs. beloved aon of Anma B. iGlhbs i Glhbs and the late Frederic A. Gihhs, Funeral aervice. In his late home.

92 West Commonwealth road. Wednesdsv. Jan. 29. at 2 n.

m. Relatives and friends Invited. At the reouest of the family there will he no railing hours. GILL In Dorchester. January 27.

William beloved hushand of Sarah iWelchi, father of Mrs. Janet Mc-Guiness. William John Paul Philip Roger and the late Stenhen E. Gill Residence 588 Freeport st. Funeral from the John C.

Mulry Funeral Home. 223 Neponet Thursday at- 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem in St. Ann's church 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited.

Visiting hours to and 7 to 10. G1LLF.1.AND In Medford. Jan. 28. Lilian Gilleland.

sister of Agnes 1,. and Mary E. Gilleland and Mrs. Daniel! Driscoll. Funeral from her home.

9 Garfield on Wednesday. Jan, 29.1 at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass at the Immaculate Conception Church, at 9 clock. Relatives and friends invited. GILLIS in North Wilmington, Jan.

2. Malcolm beloved husband of Annie 'nee Connorsi; residence, 9 Liberty st. Father of John J. of Lakewood, James Edward Mary Richard Georae F. and Eleanor Cameron, all of Wilmington.

Funeral from the MrMahon Funeral Home. 172 Middlesex Wilmington. Thursday Jan. 30, at 8 am. High Mass of Requiem In St.

Thomas' Church at 9 a.m. Visiting hours Tuesday. 7 to 10 Wednesday, 2 to.4 and 7 to 10 o.m GORDON In Roxbury. Jan 28. Peter j.

cornon, rnrmerlv of 137 Eustis beloved hushand of the late Delia lHallerani Gordon, and father of Mrs Helen Strain, John Joseph Peter and William M. Gordon and Mary Dahlnuist, and brother of Michael Gordon. Requiem High Mass at the chapel of the Little Sisters of the Poor. 424 Dudley Roxbury. Wednesday, Jan.

29. at 8:30 a.m. Fu neral at a.m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Visiting hours 12 noon to a p.m.

GRIFFIN In Brookline. Jan. 26. James neinved husband of Catherin (Concannonl Griffin, residence 9 Flora tatner of Mary B. Prendergast.

Michael William James J. and Kevin GrirTin. Funeral from the George J. Lacy Funeral Home. 129 Harvard Wednesday morning at innowea by a Solemn High Mass of Requiem in St.

Mary of the Assumption Church at 9 Rclatlvps and friends are kindly invited. Visiting hours Monday evening 7 to 10. Tuesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. Inter ment St. Joseph Cemetery.

GUERIN In Melrose, formerly'of Ever-! ett. Jan. 27, 1958. Elizabeth be-i loved wife of the late Martin Guerin and mother of Mary Marson of l-ynn. Agnes Malley of Watertown.

and Eleanor McLaughlin of Melrosf. Funeral from the Charles 'J. MuroRy Funeral Home. 519 Broadway. Ever ett, on inursoay morning at a.

followed by a Solemn Hiah Mass in Immarulate Conception Church. Ever- ett. at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours.

Tuesday 7 to 10. Wednesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 10. interment Holy Cross. HALL In Boston. Jan.

25. Charlotte i Armstrong I of 5 Melrose Boston, mother of Captain Robert Hall. U.S.A. In Fiance, sister of Mis. Olive Libbv of South Berwick.

Mrs. Edith Kiberd of North Chelmsford, and Mr E. Wesley Wentworth of Lewiston. and Mr. F.

Weston Wentworth. Nashua. N.H. Funeral from the Short Williamson Funeral Home. 173 Bright Allston.

Wednesday. Jan. 29. at 2:30 p.m. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m.

HAMILTON In Medfield, Jan. 27. Ra nh A hnektnJ tw. 1m (. I I (Shepoard) Hamilton and father of Harvey M.

Hamilton. 10 Upham rd Services from the Roberts Chanel. 15 Miller Medheld. on Thursday, Jan. 30, at 2 p.m.

Calling hours on Tuesday, to Wednesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. HANLON In Med ford. Jan. 27. Marv F.

(Halleyi, beloved wife of William Hanlon. 118 Canen mother of Mai josepn. U.S. A.F., Mrs. Patricia McCauley.

Mrs. Natalie Smelledge, Mrs. Mary Martel. Sgt Robert A Sgt David U.S.A.F.. Mrs.

Bernice Gradone. Funeral services In Fitzpatrick Funeral Home. 87 Governors Thursday at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass of Reauiem in St. Raphael's Church at 9 a.m.

Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 7 to 10 p.m.. Wednesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 o.m. Odessa. i lexas papers please copy.

HARRIS In Sherman Oaks. Jan 25. Samuel, formerly of Revere, beloved husband of Clara (Straussi Har ris, father of Jack. Rernard. El lott.

Louis and Marlene. son of Mrs. Fanny brother of Morris. Aaron. Jeff, Mrs.

Esther Schwartz and Mrs. Babe Strauss. Funeral from his late resi dence. 4758 Ventura Canyon Sherman Oaks. Ca if.

Rurial In Eden Memorial Park. San Fernando Valley, at 2 ock. Mondav afternoon Jan. 27. Memorial week will be ob-i served at his mother home.

103 Wal nut Revere. HEISER Of Somerville 27 1958. John, husband flf Annie L. (Brown i Heiser of 2fi Cherry st. father of Mrs.

Hope L. Pipe. Mans field, and Keith H. Heiser. Dover.

Service at his late residence Wednesday. January 29. at 1:30 P.m. Calling hours Monday 7-9 p.m.. Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 o.m Interment Willow Cem-i etery.

Lynnfield. HENRY In Bverett. Jan. 28. Jessie (Katnckl Hpnrv.

uirinw of Frank Henry of 5 Chestnut formerly of Kevere st. and mother of francis B. Henry of Florida. Stephen B. Henry of Lawrence, and Mrs.

Caroline Gre-nier of Everett. Funeral from the Joseph Curnane Funeral Home. 518 Broadway on Wednesday, Jan. 29 at 9 a.m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem in the Immaculate Conception Church at 10 o'clock.

Relatives and friends invitei. Visiting hours 3 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. HER RETT Of DorchesteiL suddenly. Jan. 25.

Bertram, of 175Norfolk brother of Mrs. Althea Cooke of Randolph and Leonard E. Herrett of Randolph. Reposing at the Cartwright Funeral Home. 419 North Main Randolph.

Funeral Wednesday, at 1 p.m. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend Calling hours Monday 7 to 9. Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. HOTZ In West Roxbury. Jan.

27, Tt. Evelyn (Simmons), beloved wife of Elbert Hotz. residence 679 LaOranse mother of Shirley L. Young. Ele-nor M.

Schelmire and Leonard E. Hotz. sister of Gertrude L. Emerson Hotz. sister of Gertrude Emerson, Gladyce E.

Leonard and William A. Simmons. Visiting hours at L. H. Sullivan Sons Chapel.

759 South Roslindale on Tuesday and Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 o.m. Services in West Roxbury Congrega tional Church, Centre at Mi. Vernon on Thursday. Jan. 30.

at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Quincy Ledger please copy, HUFIRLIN In Braintree. Jan. 28.

Lina i Nelson), wife of the late Julius Huerlin. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the services at the Russell Funeral Home. 439 Washington Braintree. Wednesday. Jan.

29. at 2 p.m. Friends may visit at the funeral home Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. JONES In Jamnica Plain. January 27.

Francis beloved husband -of Alice J. (Smith) Jones. Funeral from his late residence 218 Arborway. Thurs-dav. January 30, at 8:15 a.

m. Reouiem High Mass at St. Thomas Aouinas Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends most kindly Invited. Late member of Roxbury Council al23.

K. of C. and N. P. T.

A. JORDAN In Lincoln, formerly of Belmont. Jan. 27, Johanna L. (Werner), wife of the late Herman A.

Jordan, mother of Richard. R. Jordan, and grandmother of Paula Priebe. Services at the Short Ar Williamson Funeral Home. 52 Trapelo Belmont.

Wednesday. Jan. 29. at 1 o.m. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

KAPP Of II Beniamln road. Lexington. January 26. 1958. Theresa iZeof).

nt 1 Vann onrt mother of Erwin and Paula Kaon of I jexingion. funeral from tne Mann and Mann Funeral Home. 44 street. Jamaica Plain, nn Wednesday. January 29.

9 a followed hv a Reouiem High Mass at Hotv Trinity Church. Shawmut avenue. Boston, at 10 a. m. Visiting hours Monday 7-9 o.

m. and Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 o. m. Relatives and friends are invited. Vtt i tou nt omerville.

Jan. 27. John. father of John and brother of Mrs. Edward Sullivan.

Mrs. Mary Minton. Katherine and Michael Killion. Fu neral from the D. W.

Grannan and Son's Funeral Home. 378 Mass. Arlington. Wednesday mornioa at 8. High Mass of Reouiem in St.

Cle i ment's Church. Somerville at 9. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 3 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. KRAMER 1n Winthrop.

Harry A Jan. ihan cftary Wickwire). Residence. 58 Shirley st. Funeral from Ih.

U7 Unm 210 Winthrop Thursday, at 8:15. Solemn High Reauiem Mass in the Church of St. John the Evangelist at o'clock. Relatives and friends in-- vited. Late member of Camp 83 US.W.V..

Metcalf Post V.F.W.. and Revere Lodge of Elks. Visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. LAMBERT tn Hyannis, Jan. 25.

Prof. Em. nf Boston University. Louis C. husband of Henriette (Touilleri of Yarmouthport.

Memorial Service at a later date In lieu of flowers donations may he sent to the Dean Lord Scholarship Fund at Boston Univer-i arty LOOBV Of Nantasket. Jan. 2. Edward Looby, residence 14 Montana av. Funeral from the Pvne Funeral Home.

21 Emerald Hingham. Wednesday. Jan. 29. at a.m.

Reouiem High Mass St. Marv of the Assumotioo Church. Green Hill, at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. Visiting hours Monday.

7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 o.m. a a. a aw aa, a "TaTi BTrBaDUBl rill sstantnE 38 TREMONT 2-4117 Ohio, which Young formerly headed; John Gerriter of the Pitts burgh Lake Erie and Patrick McGinnis of fbe Boston Maine.

Others attending included Thomas Deegan vice president i cf the Alleghany Corp. and tor manv years tmblic relations ad viser for Mr. Young: Meyer Davis, society orchestra leader: Joseph Rauch. president of Tiffany, famous New York jewelry concern. Newport society figures present included liustave J.

b. wnue: James H. Vanalen, president of the Newport Casino; Mrs. Guy Fairfax Cary: Mrs. Duncan Douglas; Beverly Bogert; Barclay Douglas and Commodore R.

P. Bates. A canopy was set up over the grave to protect tne memners 01 the immediate family. Between the grave of Mr, Young and his daughter was a bank of lavish floral tributes. 6 feet high by 30 feet long, with two large wreaths from "employees" in New York.

Rev. Gordon J. Stenning. church rector, officiated. There were no honorary bearers.

The body of the Texas-born. 60-year-old chairman of the New York Central Railroad was held in Providence in his private alu minum railroad car overnight. His; day morning at 8 ock. JOHN Lind-kog) Schelde. and father of REAGAN, THOMAS J.

Me-4rs. J. Philio (Dnrisi Stanleton of CAULEY, Adj. Mi Widow remained overnight in a speimt-a mniin car. The trip to Portsmouth House ot Correction.

Christian Perkinsville. Vt runerai service at a-tVn- treasurer Grove Hall pt Jinn Church Tntprmnt HurrilanH r-1 orwood Visiting hour. MnV." nd Say 4 p.m. ana tuesday, and aay. i-y 7-8 p.m.

'LHUrikLJJ Tn 1, Armur. devoted father nf Arthur J. and Alfred: residence. 4R2 crtM wnyrnnuin. runerai service at the Wickcn.

neral Home 28 Adams Qwinc.v. visiting hours' Dennis T. Corbtt. Funeral from the and Wednesday. 3 to 5 and O'Neil Home.

403 Washington to 9 p.m. Relatives and friendslst. Dorrhesler. Reauiem Mass at St. contribution, please send donation 10 the Cancer fund.

MORNING DEATH NOTICES AINLEY In Brighton, Jan. 2S. 1958, Caroline (Griffiths! Ainley, residence, 111 Rrnnks mother of Mrs. rranK- lin G. Field.

Private funeral services in the chapel of the Watson funeral Home. 11 Magazine at. at Central Cambridge. ASQUITH In Boxbury, Jan. 25.

Ruoert, of 28 East Lenox beloved father of Francis. Funeral from the J. B. Johnson Chapel. 608 Shawmut Roxbury.

Thursday, at 1 p.m. Family present at the funeral home. Wednesday, Jan. 29. from 7 to 8 p.m.

Relatives and friends invited. AUSEVICH In Dorchester. Jan. 25. 1938.

Anna iDedeluite). beloved wife of the late Charles Ausevich and beloved mother of Mrs. Ann Zareiko. John. Edward and Virginia Ausevich.

Funeral from her late home. 235 Co lumbia Wednesday. Jan. iP. at 8:15 a.m.

Solemn High Funeral Mass at St. Peter's (Lithuanian) Church in South Boston at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. Marie uer of Needham and Emma F.

Burns of Cambridge. Funeral service private. Please omit flowers. BLAKE In Chelsea. Jan 27.

Dorothy M. i Brady wife of Arthur J. of 18 Hillside av. Funeral from the J. F.

McGlinchey Funeral Home, 5R3 Broadway. Thursday. Jan. at 8 a.m. Reouiem High Masa at St.

Rose's Church at 9 a.m. Keiatives ano friends invited to attend. Visiting hours Tuesday 7 to 10, Wednesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. BLATT-Entered Into rest Jan. 27, Wil liam M.

of 29 Dignton Hrignton. Beloved husband of Lucy i Romberg devoted father of Mrs. Morris Sha piro of Schenectady. N.V.. Mrs.

David Pall and Mrs. Samson Mint, both of Long island. N.Y. Also survived Dy eight grandchildren. Services at the Solomon Funeral Home, 420 Harvard Brookline.

Wednesday. Jan. 29. at 2 p.m. Memorial week at tne Home of Mrs.

Morris Shapiro, 2003. Lexington Schenectady, N.Y. Please omit flowers. Remembrances may be sent to the charity of your cnoice, CAISSE Wolfred died In Manches ter. Friday.

Jan. 24, born Mid- dlebury, formerly resident of Lowell. in drug business for 40 years, alumnus Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, belonged to several fraternal organizations: father of George W. Caisse of Needham. also Mrs.

Timothy Curtin of Manchester, also Mrs. Victor Lemieux of Levis. widow, Mrs. Cecil Caisse of Manchester. Ct.

Funeral Manches ter, Tuesday. Jan. 28, at 9 a.m St. James Church. CANNING Edward formerly of rramingham.

Jan. 2, at Boston, age 59. of 305 Belmont Worcester. Brother of John Canning of Quincy. Charles of Framingham.

Robert of tdmore. I homes of jMew YnrK city. Mrs. William Colleary of South-boro. Mrs.

J. Murray Stevens of Franklin. Funeral Wednesday. 9:15 a.m., Cunningham Funeral Home. 306 Concord Framingham.

Reouiem Mass in St. Stephen Church al 10 o'clock. Calling hours Monday and Tuesday, 2-4 and 7-10 p.m. CARNAZZA In Somerville. Jan.

25. 1958. Michael of 7 Heath beloved husband of Catherine (nee Salamonel and devoted father of Mrs. Lucy Ciarvello. Joseph, Paul.

Caroline. Bridget, Peter and Michael Carnazza. Funeral Wednesday from St. Anthony's Chapel, of the Faoino Memorial Home. 9 Chelsea st.

(Maverick so. I. East Boston at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass in St. Pnlycaro's Church.

Somerville at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invite.d to attend. Visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 n.m. Interment. St.

Michael's Cemetery. CHAPUT In East Boston Jan. 28. Lou ise (Mazzonei. beloved wife of Edmund, and daughter of Joseph and the late Margaret iMerca-dantil.

and mother of Edmund Frederick and Marguerite, and sister of Alfred. Rico. Joseph and Edward Mazzone. Funeral from the Ma-grath Funeral Home, corner of Meridian and Havre Wednesday, at 8 a m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at the Sacred Heart Church at 9 a.m.

Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Mondav 7 to 10, Tuesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. CLORAN In West Roxbury. Jan. 28.

John H. beloved nusband of ineresa M. (Powersi. father of John, Donald. William and Paul, residence.

54.1 La-Granee st. Funeral from the F. J. Higgins Funeral Home. 4236 Washington st.

(Rosllndale sq. i. Wednesday. Jan. 29 at 9 a.m.

Solemn Re ouiem Mass in St. Theresa Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 2 to a anci 7 to 10 p.m. Late police captain of Station 14.

Brighton, and late mem ber of the Holy Name Society of Our Ladv of the Presentation Church. Camhridce Lodee of Elks 839 Please omit flowers. Donations may be made to charity. CORBETT In Dorchester. Jan.

28. Denis beloved husband of the late Catherine T. Corbett inee Sullivani. residence. 34 Dracut father of John Timothy James Francis George E.

and Edmund R. Corbett. Mrs. Anne F. Joyce.

Mrs. Mae G. Creamer, Mrs. Kathleen A Dodds and the late Helen A. Corbett.

Funeral from the Harold L. O'Neit Funeral Home. 405 Washington at Bradlee uorchester. on weonesoay, jan. 29.

at 8 a.m. Solemn Reouiem High Mass at St. Mark's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends- respectfully in vited. Visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m.

Late member of international Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and retired emolovee Power M.T.A. COSMAN In Framingham. January 28. Vernon S. beloved husband of Ele- eanor (Giles.

funeral from tne McCarthy Funeral Home. 11 Lincoln Wednesday morning at 10:15. High Mass of Reouiem in St. Stenhen Church at 11 o'clock. Interment in New Calvary Cemetery.

Visiting hours. Tuesday 3 to 4 and 7 to 10. rniT.m imi Edward J. Coughlin. husband of the ate Margaret (Fane) Coughlin: father of Mrs.

Willard H. Payson: of 344 Weld st. Funeral from the Waterman Chapel. 495 Commonwealth Ken-more Boston, on Wednesday. Jan.

29. Solemn High Mass in the Holy Name Church. Centre West Roxbury. at 10 o'clock. In lieu of flower donations mav be sent to the America Cancer Society.

Friends may call at the Chapel Monday 7 to 9 and Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to p.m. CROWELI In Somerville. Jan. 28. 1958.

Clifford Crowell. beloved hus band of Annie E. iMacrawni Crowell and father of Philip R. Martin of Bcston. brother of Harry Crowell of Snmerviiie.

Hattie Rarrie of Canada. Minora! services at his home. 7 ar-ge-t on Thursday at 2 p.m. Rela tives ano rrienos are invited CF1WF Suddenly, in Waltham. Jan 25.

Patrick J. beloved son of the jamr nn rnnry ivrnrjnwfii Crowe, residence 9 Guman st. Funera from the John J. MacDonnell Funera' Home. 749 Mam st.

mevt to Puhlic; Libraryi. Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock, followed hy a So'emn High! Mass of Bequiem in St. Mary's' Church af 9 o'clock Relatives and; friends invited. Visiting hours 3 to 5-aod 7 to 10 P.m CLTMMINGS In Nanfasket. js Helen Cumrmngs.

residence 1 Marie Wav. Funeral from her resideree Jan sn am. So)eirn Feouiem High tn Sf. Mary of tre Assumption Church Green Hi'! at 10 am. Relatives asdj frier.ds LivitecL Inter-) ment Hull Village.

Cemetery, (iinml Home. 4Z.i Washington Rosllndale so. Funeral service Wednes- at 9 a.m. at St Theresa! Church. Jamaica Plain JAMES V.

COG AN. Exalted Ruler WILLIAM M. Me- U.S. Agents Hunt ir ni rt(t( 11171 After Hub Trial Armed with testimony from a Roxbury District Court case, Fed eral postal inspectors today were on the trail of a New York mail order house for allegedly shipping obscene photos into New England The court case was that of James 0. Christian, 56, a truck driver, of Intervale Roxoury, wno pieaa-ed guilty to charges of possession of obscene pictures and larceny of property valued at J9H.1U, taken from a Dorchester drug firm.

Judge Charles I. Taylor fined Christian $200 on the obscene photo charge, which involved two albums and a large manila envelope full of pictures. In court as interested spectators, postal inspectors heard Sgt. James J. MacDonald testify they came from a New York mail order house.

Judge Taylor ordered the pic tures confiscated and destroyed 0n lhe larceny charge, he gave did not appeal, RECENT DEATHS' CAPT JOHN CLORAN, 54, commanding officer of the Brighton police division. At West Rox bury. WILLIAM M. BLATT, 81, Boston lawyer, author and lecturer. Brighton.

ELBA D. WILDER or Ashland, an engineer for General Electric Co. At Framineham. LAWRENCE W. SMITH, 72.

of Wollaston. retired Boston investment broker. At Dorchester. ATTY. MARY BRENNAN, former member of the Lowell City Council.

At Lowell. MRS. EDITH L. WHITTEMORE. mother of Associate Supreme Court Judge Arthur E.

Whitte-more. At Hingham. WARREN EDWARDS. 85. of Orleans, former Washington, D.C, realtor.

At Pocasset. EVENING DEATH NOTICES of Bertha residence 17 Decatur father of Mrs. Richard E. Rolls. Funeral services in St.

Peter's Episco pal Church. Mass. av. at euers Thursday at 1 p.m. Relatives and friends invited.

Calling hours at the Watson Funeral Home. 11 Magazine at Central Wednesday 3 to 5- 7 to 10. Parking area opposite the funeral home '3RIAN In Jamaica Plain. January 27 Joseph beloved hushand of Ann 'Sweeney, tamer oi Joanne Brian, brother of Leonard Philip James Richard W. Brian, and Mrs.

Rcger Doyle. Funeral from the C. Kelley Funeral Home. 509 Centre Thursday. January 30.

at 8 a.m. Solemn High of Reouiem in the Blessed Sacrament Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 7-10. Wednesday 2-5 and 7-10.

CHAMBERS In Brookline. the 28th. Joanna beloved daughter of the late George M. and Catherine M. (Mangan i Chambers and sister of Theresa W.

and the late Henry G. Chambers. Residence. 137 Englewood, av Funeral from the Crosby Memorial. 887 Beacon st.

inear Park dnvei. on Thursday morning at 8:15 a.m. to be followed oy a Keouiem mass in inuu. rhiirch at a n'clock i. ann friends are invited, visiting noyrs Tuesday 7-in Wedne-dav 2-5 and 7-10 p.m.

Interment St Mary Foxboro Laie employee Boston Globe. EDWARDS COLLINS In Charlestnwn Januarv 28. 19i8. Ethel M. (Dean) Edwards of 106 Walford way.

beloved mother of Howard Collins of Tewksburv. Dorothy Collins of Boston. Arthur Collins of Rillrrica. Lewis Edwards and Lawrence Edwards of Charlestown. Funeral from the Frank Carr Funeral Home.

220 Bunker Hill street. Thursday. 10 a. fives and friends are invited. Rela- Visiting; Foley iA Brighton, the 27th.

j.Ther-sa Maguire' beloved wife of the la'e John Foley Re-idcpce. 370 nours and s-in o. Chestnut Hill av Funeral from the Crosby Memorial 887 Beacon St. near Park rlri-i nn Thursdav mnrnina at 9 lit a he followed hy a Solemn Mass of Reouiem St Ignatius'! Church al 10 clock Relative ano friends invited Visring hours 2-5 GAt nFT in snmerviiie. janu-rv 2 1.958.

Joseph beloved tvrhand of Am Bradlevv hrcilher or John of Arlington. of aef Fox- C'jrv. Ruse'l of Nahant and Mrs. wmiam Fit7frald of Somervil'e; lat rstdence .12 Summer st Fu neral on Thursdar morning from the rr'-k E. Flahertv Fureral Home.

2f 1 Wa-hingtoo Union so at 15 H'Jh Mas; of Requn in tn "ever) Church of St. J5eoh. at 9 o'clock. Relatives and fnen.ds ae invited. hours je-ly ever-ini to 10 Wednesday 1 to 9 and 7 to 10 p.m.

kindly invited. 97 ios. SHAWIn Boston Jan. nette Deane (Merrill), wife of the late Herbert M. Shaw.

Mother of! Marion Shaw Reed of Armond Barh. I mVn enK' East- man Funeral Home. 898 RMm. SMYTHE Of Rosllndale. Jan.

27 Wil- Man. XJ 3' 1 I imp wary u. (Tno- hami and James H. Smythe and bother of John. L.

Smythe of on Robert st. Services at the Folsom Funeral Chapel, 63 Belgrade a Thursday at 2 p.m. Relatives and friend, invited. Chapel visiting hours Tuesday evening 7 to 9 p.m and Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 TrlACKARA-Of 318 Memorial Drive Cambridge. Jan.

27. Miss Elizabeth Thackara Funeral from the Water man Chapel. 405 Kenmore Boston, on Wednesday. Jan. 20.

Solemn High Mass oi Requiem at Our Ladv of Vjctori? Church. Isabella Boston. 10 a.m. Visftina hnnn 2 tn 4 an vnapei Kindly omit Contribution's VnTcenT dTpaul SC'etV St THOMAS In Jan. 28 i9So Residence 287 Alewife Brook nkwv vrd Marion T.

'TnsV Thomas: father of Mrs Funeral from the Walsh Funeral Home. 2175 Mass av North Cambridge, on Wednesday morning at 8. followed hy a Solemn High Mass of Reauiem in the immaculate Conception Church at 9 o'clock xvciauves ano friends are invited Vis jnghours Monday 7-10. Tuesday 2-5 THORNTON -In Norwood. Jan Anne Flaherty i.

wife of Michael Thornton of 94 Casey st. nera from the Giilooly Funeral Home, 12R Waloole Norwood. Thurdav. jan at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass nf Requiem St.

Catherine's Church at a.m. Relattves and friends invited Visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 m' tyumwl SeWtce Every i JJii. Pj.Hn.iL 7-9 wTtirvnT. Mriiav "nd, fr! lMW CW- interment in Winslow. Maine.

.1 i i tnade this morning. Rebel Persuades Yanks to Hang Old Jeff Davis WASHINGTON, Jan. 28 (AP)-Jefferson Davis' portrait hangs in the Pentagon after being relegated to a basement storeroom. The picture of the one-time U.S. secretary of war and later President of the Confederacy used to hang in the office of the secretary ef the Army.

Who moved it from there has not been established. "It wa3 removed after the Eisenhower administration took over," Rep. Sikes (D-Fla.) said today. "That's all I When Sikes heard that the portrait had been shunted to the basement, he went into action. "A tperetarv rtf tka Choose the pictures or portraits hei" wants to hang on the walls of his erfice," he conceded, "but he shouldn't banish old Jeff to the basement." Sikes waxed warm in telephone calls to the Pentagon, and the portrait was resurrected and placed if! a eorridor among likenesses of other past secretaries of war.

Ana biKes nas cooled down. 3 U.S. Mothers Due Back Friday HONG KONG. Jan. 28 (Reuters) The three American mothers who visited their imprisoned sons in Communist China will leave here tomorrow for Manila on the way home.

They are Mrs. Mary Downev of New Britain, Mrs. Jessie Fec-teau of Lynn. and Mrs. Ruth Redmond of Yonkers, N.Y.

They were invited to China by Chinese authorities in December. They are the first Americans to visit Communist China with the approval of the United States State Department They were accompanied by another of Mrs. Downey's sons. William; They crossed into China from Hong Kong Jan. 6 and returned Vera- twci riavs asn i iney are cue to arrive in San Francisco Friday morning.

Rev. Erikki Pcnttinen a ii. wai receivetf here todav that Rpv Dr. Erikki Pnttinn formar pastor of Messiah Lutheran Church here, died Friday at his home in Lfhti, Finland. Ht was pastor of the local church from 1943 to 1352.

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