The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on March 14, 1953 · 12
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Twelve THE BOSTON DAILY GLOBE SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1953 Deaths and Brookline Woman, R.L Son Buried on Same Day WOONSOCKET, R- I, March 13 -Separate services were held today for Mrs. Anna (Epstein) Bennett, 80, of 4 Still st, Brookline, Mass, formerly of this city, and her son, Herman L. Bennett of Providence, both of whom died Wednesday within a few hours. Services for Mrs. Bennett, stricken after receiving news of her son's sudden death, were held in the Levine chapel. Harvard st, Boston. Services for her son, president and treasurer of the Bennett Chevrolet Company in Providence, were held in that city. Several weeks ago another son, Maurice, 55, died in Miami, Fla., and last Friday, Herman Bennett's father-in-law, Charles Silman, 74, died in Providence. Mrs. Bennett, widow of John Bennett, had been living at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Ciine. She formerly resided in Webster, Mass. Besides the daughter, she leaves son. Dr. Theodore Bennett of Boston. Howell P. Campbell CONCORD, N. H., March 13 Powell P. Campbell, 65, dean of masters at St. Paul's School, died today at the Concord Hospital. Mr. Campbell had been a master it the Episcopal boys' school since lis graduation from there in 1907. lie was a lifelong resident of this city, the son of Alexander Hamilton and Lillian Patterson Campbell. Mr. Campbell held membership ji St. Peter and St. Paul's Chapel, ind Harris Lodge of Masons, War-er. He was a World War I vet-iran. Survivors Include a wife, Mrs. tlsie B. Campbell; three daughters, Hrs. Kohert Diefendorf Jr. of Dover, Sylvia Howell Campbell ind Heather Howell Campbell, oth of Concord; and a sister, Mar-ruerite Campbell of Hagerstown. ltd. Services will be at the school' lhapel Tuesday. James W. Powers LEXINGTON, March 13-James fV. Powers, 48. of 16 Winter st., for (2 years associated with the State St Trust Co.. Boston, died today he Faulkner Hospital in Boston. A native of Schenectady, N. Y., je resided here for four years. Pre-fiously, he lived in Cambridge and Somerville. At the time of his death le was an auditor. Mr. Powers was a member of the Sank Officers Association, Boston ind the National Association of lank Auditors and Comptrollers. He leaves a wife Mrs. Huldah Galley); a son, Richard, at home; wo daughters, Mrs. Patricia Smith if Waltham. and Nancy Powers, at lome; the mother, Mrs. James R. owerj of Arlington; two brothers, fohn R. of Arlington and Joseph f. of Melrose. A requiem high mass will be sung it St. Brigid's Church here at 9 a. m. Wonday. with burial in Mt Pleasant lemeUry, Arlington. Albert J. Mignault HINGHAM, March 13 Albert J Uignault, 68, retired superintend-mt of the Boston Terminal Co., lied today at South Shore Hospi- ei after a long Illness. Mr. Mignault, who had been as-pciated with the terminal com-any for 20 years, was a native of Jouth Boston. He was a member of hn New Haven Railroad Club, tlks. Crafts Club, Boston and Al-;my New York Central System, ibel Club of New Haven and iteonquln Lodge, A. F. and A. M., if Dorchester. He leaves a son, Albert W., of Stu'ncv, and three daughters, Mrs. illa M. Abbott of Winchester, Mrs. toslyn M. Laurence and Mrs. tlaine M. Condon, both of Hing-lara. Services will be at 2 p. m. Mon-Inv in St. John's Episcopal Church vith burial in Fort Hill Cemetery. . Newcoml Carlton WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., March 3 AP) Newcomb Carlton, 84. i pioneer of the American commu-ucations industry died at a hos-lital here last night. Mr. Carlton retired 10 years ago. chairman ot the board of West-rn Union, after 33 years in the tel-graph and cable industry. He is redited with sponsoring numerous nventions that revolutionized tele-Iraphic communications. He was iresident of Western Union from 814 to 1033. Ex-Guard Comrades to Fire Over Grave if Korea Veteran A 22-year-old Bark Bay Army ergeant, killed in Korea, will be; thev had found more than' 100 slugs lonored at his burial today by a jn 1he pav station telephone there Iring squad from his old Massachu- hn the last week etts National Guard company. ' Sgt 1-c Donald C. Rogers, son of 'rp 111 re"d.M Alfred g. Rogers oi i i estimonv toncIuaea, K St Stenhens st. Back Bay. will . J ie buried in Mt Hope Cemetery, toslindale, following a military ervice at 2 p. m. in Trinity Church, Hopley sq. The firing squad was selected rom Headquarters Company, 182d rif. Regt, of which Sgt. Rogers vas a former member. The squad, ed by the company commander, "apt John R. Daly, will include tgts William P. Burke, Daniel J. Jonohue, Winsor E. Harrlng, James Lane, Peter D. Brandano, How-ird T. Dodge Jr., and Cpl Daniel I Awbrey. Sgt Rogers was posthumously warded the Bronze Medal and the Purple Heart He was killed on triangle Hill, Korea, last Oct 31. Bodies nf Soldiers a YApYO rXCittX JvOrPfli The bodies oi six New England loldiers, among 157 who lost their fves in the Korean War, are iboard the North Platte Victory liie at San Francisco last night The New England list includes: MASSACHUSETTS nehler. William V., Jr., Pfc, Armv. Son o William V. Boehler, It Lawrence St., Medfnrri Iwtalt, EaM A... ric, MartnM. Ttti band of Mrs. Marlon 1 sweati, Wil on M li Marlnn. Son ol Clifford C. 11 margin iU orono NEW HAMPSHIRE fr. Iitomru E Pfc, Marines. Son of MancnPSTr. Ituart, Ilonald A . r,t Mrt. Marca K., Cpl, Army. Husband a--t E. Stuart, 62 Elm ' si., bomeriwonn. VERMONT idimt Bor K., Cpl, Army. Snn of Forrest Adams. 11 Tail av., White fciver JuntUoa. Funerals Prof . Louis Mercier Georgetown Educator Left Harvard in 1946 Louis J. A. Mercier, 72, professor or trench and education at Har vard University until his retirement in 1946, died yesterday at his home in Chevy Chase. Md. After leaving the Cambridge college, he served Georgetown University as professor ol comparative philos ophy and literature. The French-born educator joined the Harvard faculty in 1911. He was graduated from St Ignatius' College, Chicago, in 1900, receiving his A.M. there in 1902 and his doctor's degree in 1932. Before joining the Harvard faculty he headed the French department at the Francis W. Parker School in Chicago and was an instructor in romance lnnguages in Wisconsin. Prof. Mercier interrupted his teaching duties at Harvard during World War I to serve in the infantry of the French Army. Prof. Mercier was considered as one of the most noted disciples of the philosophy of dualistic humanism in this country. He had been a member of the Modern Language Association, Philosophical Association, Catholic Historical Association, Catholic Philosophical Association, and of the Association of French Teachers. Timothy G. Derrtpsey Timothy C. Dempsey, 65, retired Somerville Fire Department captain, died yesterday at Gilmanton Iron Works, N. H., where he had resided since his retirement in 1949. A member of the fire service for 30 years, he hart brcn captain at the Teele sq station. He was a native of Meirose and a long-time resident of Somerville. Mr. Dempsey leaves three sons, John of Lacoriia, N. H, Joseph of Boston, and Timothy Jr., United States Army, stationed at Ft. Devens; two brothers, Frank and Matthew, both of Somerville; two sisters, Mrs. Lillian Moore and Mrs. Margaret Phillips, both of Billerica. A requiem high mass will be offered in St. Catherine's Church, Somerville, at 9 a. m. Monday. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, Woburn. GAR's Last Man Deeply Moved at 'Comrade's Death Military Rites Monday for James Hard, 111, at Rochester, N. Y. DELUTH. March 13 (AP) Al bert Woolson, last of the 2,675,000 men who wore the Union blue in the Civil War, vowed today he would carry on the highest tradi tions of Abe Lincoln's forces until the very end." He became 108 Feb. II. The former drummer boy learned that his only other Union Army comrade, 111-year-old James A. Hard, had died last night at Roch ester. N. Y. Woolson was deeply moved at Hard's i"eath. He immediately penned a letter of condolence to the immediate family and descendants of Hard. Woolson is the last of the Grand Army of the Republic, which once counted 408,489 members. His face deeply lined and his hearing gone, Woolson lives with a t K : i TV- 1 : I 1 ik. 1 . S- a, T,fJ" ,ST. 4 TftRi Minnesota Artillery pet 4. toward the close of the war, and was on occupation duty in the At Rochester, N. Y., Bnal tribute , Monday with military rites is j, ,u; it ,rf,P8Iy. 400 Center st, rJewton son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and ' , .oQ in-iaht wraSterJtohwnnKNb,Jy- "l?lr d edTast n?MBtm of wwk- Driven to the Street by mokchvas ordered held in $50,000, double onrrf rnnriitinn that followed the1 frnm tne second flonr "Partments surety, yesterday by United States f"eS " "hi, MS? theat No. 398 were Mrs. Elizabeth Rid-Commissioner Francis H. Farrell. amputation ot his rigm leg. jd, R4 h jal,htM.. rmrothv. 21' rh.r.i with niof,.i h Hnrri' hnriv uuill lie In state at Masonic Temple auditorium from jjjjj" "i'"' rrlrki .hn,'n. Prosecution for murder. Me-MnnHav "Servire, start at!Mrs- Helen Farrar, 54, a son, Intyre was arrested by TBI agents t0,i .i? yi,wrh . fhi L' Fja's. two daughters. NancyJand Boston police. J'is case was 3 p. m., after which the cortege will pass through downtown Roch ester en route to Mt. nope cemetery. Race Track Tout Seized in R. 1. ior Using Phone Slugs PROVIDENCE. March 13 (APi A race track tout with a sucker list reaching out as far as Indiana was locked up by police today, charged with illegally using slugs in payment for long distance telephone calls to tip off his customers. George F La Chappelle, 2D, of 26 Belmont st, Pawtucket, was arrested in a gas station by inspectors from the License Enforcement niiricinn nftA. tolnrtVinnA pnm. L,nv nfriHnU h.-.H nntifmri nniim (or Jane Froman in $2,500,000 Suit NEW YORK. March 13 (UP) Attorneys for singer Jane Froman completed her $2,500,000 damage suit against Pan American Airways today after contending she will be a semi-invalid for life as a result of the airline's "misconduct.1 Attorney Harry Gair argued that the "wilful misconduct" caused her injury in a 1943 air crash near Lisbon. Church Group Urges Congressional Probe NEW YORK. March 13 (AP) 1 1 ne American council oi iiriawan Churches today began circulating a petition urging a Congressional probe of . "Communists wno nave infiltrated religious organizations." And it expressed an interest to see any information dug up by such investigations. The council, made up of 15 small, separatist denominations, has carried on a running attack on the National Council of Churches of Christ in the United States , of America which embraces the bulk of American Protestant and orthodox churches. In statements issued today by Us executive committee, the American Council said it opposed the national council's view that Red hunts could hurt freedom. "We deny that an investigation of Communists in education or in religion would result in regimentation of the mind, thought-control of the clergy or hurt freedom's cause." DO YOU KNOW THIS WOMAN ? Boston City Hospital nurse Dolores Allay, shown with 50 to 55-year-old amnesia victim found wandering about South Station Thursday afternoon. She believes her first name is Zilpha and that she worked on a small farm in Greater Boston. She was wearing a dark tan coat, brown shoes, black kerchief on her head, and wore glasses. 2 to Inches of 3 Die in Storm; Connecticut River Floods A drenching southeast rainstorm, I which caused considerable flash flood damage in Southern Connec-iwell ncui and disrupted air ana roaa inree persons aiea in me aiormj travel in Massachusetts yesterday. lin New England. At Winslow, Me.; moved out of New England late. Michael O'Brien, 45, Maine radio of from two to three and a half i i ill" iiva. The rainfall was one of the heav-esy. iest in Southern Connecticut in! when his auto hit a tree. Roland'. ":"vw " several years. Within the 24-hour; Chase, 35, of Derry, N. H., died,!? . iniJSu5Cii 'sterd?- . nerinrl of the storm 3 70 inches fell 'of initiries suffered when he was! .1.?ey8r E-.V- Bu'lard. president ii. . i v.. .k. in iiii wmA auu o.ia miiica All UlC New Haven area. Flood watchers on the Connecti- Most flights from Logan Intercut River warned of possible low national Airport were cancelled land inundation in that 6tate today from early morning until early as the runoff builds un. lafternoon. A rainfall of 1.9 inches In Massachusetts, flood watchers was recorded here by the Boston said there was little likelihood of .Weather Bureau. Governor Asks lor R. I. Board to "Police" Prices PROVIDENCE, March 13 Gov. Dennis J. Roberts today asked the uenerai Assemoiy 10 enaci a Din creating a state consumers council. nt,r. tr . ivt,Brt. "rTri in powers to investigate price creases In the necessities of life. nc man commission with one member. only paid member, receiving $7500 a year to ' resist price increases. Newton Fire Drives Out 23 NEWTON. March 13 Twenty- three persons, including four chil-jter, two-alarm tire started in the base mnt of theColeman Supply Com - f"1 block was estimated at $8000 by rhi f r Chief John E. Corcoran. The fire was discovered by Asst. rhiw r M,h ,h i ., I He sounded the alarm and notified , . vi.-t, , m moq . r.ntr. t - ' " .- 16. and Mrs. Helen Fitzgerald, and her son, James Swift. Occupants of the second floor apartment at No. 404 included j v-ari Aieno, a; nis wne, Mary, ia;iWanted in Blaine County, Mont, Loraine Aiello, 9, her brother, Rob- for the double murder nf .Tnnh V ert 15 and the Aiello's two married uauRniers ana ineir laiiuues. They ear: Mrs. Eleanor McCar-' thy, 24; her husband, James, 25; their son, James Jr., ZVi; Mrs. Anna Forte, 28, and her daughter. Donna, 4 Mi. Also. Mr. and Mrs. William Mc Afee, their daughter and eon-in-i law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Golden, and a family friend, Arthur Dolan. Damage was confined to the base, ment used as a supply room by the hardware and electrical appliance company. Saugus Youth Ruled Defective Delinquent, Sent to Bridgewater A Middlesex Superior Criminal Court jury took only nine minutes yesieraay to aeciue iniee ques tions, resulting in commitment of Louis D. Calantropto, 17, of Saugus, to the Defective Delinquent Union of Bridgewater State Farm. . Judge Francis J. Good gave indeterminate sentences to the former Wakefiield youth, who had been convicted of a morals offense. The case was said to be the first under a recent law regu lating the commitment of defective delinquents. "They can help you at Bridge. water." said the judge, "and if your condition improves, a peti tion can be filed in Probate Court for your release. Just because you are going through the De. partment of Correction does not mean you will stay there forever." Judge Good had asked tne jury to determine if Galantropio is mentally defective, had shown a tendency toward becoming dan gerous, and might "become menace to the public." Within nine minutes, the jury answered all questions affirmatively. Calantropio, through counsel Harold W. Stevens, had appealed from a finding in Maiden District Court that he is a defective delinquent. A medical witness de scribed his as "mentally defective, feeble-minded and a moron." Judge Good told the jury a t IZ iLS nibetw.en March 20 and April 20. rtwtnn- HprPnifinn J . -L l Pan American has authority to dictionary definition or a de- ..,- B j t. :...." m !,,;. u- operate between Boston and Ber- fective as one navini; less tnanir,,j l c ,u i A mpntniiiv" T!,o j muda each Spring from March 1 to Inr mo( Virct A Cut Tlicf At FnK raim Martin. Van Zeeland Off to V. S. BRUSSELS. Belgium, March 13 chronize this year, this telescoping (Reuters) Belgium's Foreign Min. !the Boston-Bermuda traffic be-ister, Paul Van Zeeland, left herejtween the period March 20 through by air tonight for Washington. 'April 20." Rain Fall in N. . flooding on the Connecticut and ;Merrimac rivers, since levels are below the danger point. his car crashed into a truck. In I imt.; - r;u j c i.iiivjan, suiuj., muiiai u m. uovni 35, of Barrington, R. I., died ...... i. k un -it; LIT VII atllAJ WllUC IV1U on Main St.. Nashua. Both Sides Given Week to Settle Skrabucha Case t v.. !spl in the baM,e 0er tne ; tate of Dr- William A. Skrabucha. in-,Lowell physician drowned in u,,: ;i t,.j A. Monahan of Middlesex' Probate Court yesterday gave both! " , ";,VnnlsldM one week to reaeh agreement. If no voluntary settlement is forthcoming then Judge Monahan said he would "forcefully enter my ,21. At present there are three va-decree." cancies on the 15-man board. The Mrs. Alda Skrabucha, 25, widow 1 of the doctor, seeks to recover j ii.),uuu wnicn sue claims was taken from her late husband's es- tate by his mother, Mrs. Zonal Mrs. Olympia Gammons, both shanH's D --,!... Cvnnm.M tor-jllUAUUI V kjll Ullgliiau I - . - J HeWm $100,000 8S Twin-MurderSuspect Roxbury strongman George A, Mclntyre, 26, taken into Custody ;u, ,,i j i ti jj ,, . , ., . """ "B" agents Dolice. J'is case was continued until March 23 to await 'arrival of official papers from Butte, Mont According to police, Mclntyre Is Benski and Harry Salazar, both of Hutte. Mclntyre also is wanted by Boston police lor larceny, . Tit FPnl A flfi Continued from the First Page Among those killed were a mother and three children in O'Brien, Tex., and a mother and three children in Jud, Tex. At Knox City, Tex., where three persons . were killed and at least nine injured, the only hospital was heavily damaged and all 25 patients had to be evacuated to private homes. In Texas, authorities reported these deaths: Jud, 4; Knox Citv, 3; O'Brien, 5; Rochester, 1. In Oklahoma, two were killed at Dickson and one at Bradley. ihe stricken Texas towns are on the North Central plain. The UKiahoma cities are about 150 miles away in the central part of ine state. Witnesses told of trees and huge branches flying through the air and of chickens, plucked clean of their feathers, being tossed through space. Hailstones as big as golfballs and torrential rains preceded the tornadoes. At least 75 homes were damaged or destroyed in O'Brien and Knox City, Tex., and in Rush Springs, Ok.. At Washington, Ok., a town of about 350 population, the tornado destroyed a cotton gin, a store, several homes and "numerous" barns and outbuild ings. The school and business houses were damaged. Pan American Limits Boston-Bermuda Run WASHINGTON, March 13 (AP) The Civil Aeronautics Board today authorized Pan American-World Airways to limit its Boston-Ber- ! 1. Rut the airline said that the Easter holidays and the Spring vacations of most New England schools and colleges "happen to syn Quincy Sexton Held After Fires in Parish House QUINCY, March 3 William A. Fallon, 42, of Moscow st., sexton of St Chrysostom's Episcopal Church. Hancock and Linden sts.. tonight was charged with arson, in connection with two fires which caused $1500 damage to the church Parish House Wednesday evening. rauon waa arrested while at work by Patrolman Carmine Di-Ramio and questioned by Capt William F. Mclntyre and Lt Edward G. Riley. He Is scheduled to be arraigned tomorrow mornipg in Quincy District Court. U. S. Announces New Crackdown on Tax Evaders WASHINGTON, March 13 (UP) The government, acting almost on the eve of the March 15 income tax deadline, today ordered a "vigorous and impartial" crackdown on big and small evaders alike. The Justice Department and Internal Revenue Bureau said in a joint announcement that "every effort will be made to discover and prosecute those who willfully attempt to evade their taxes." N. II. Railroad fX n a 1 llt0trtVC ClO Ui CLLUI ,"m" flv w Englanders whose names will be proposed for t . - ...I.-. . , , "i"iVJ i.v. 5..r 4.f,u or me Buiiara company of Bridge- nAB, . T t r. . C."n-: John J-Duggan, presi- dent of Chapman Valve Comrianv. Ludlow; J. H. McMahon, chairman of the board of Berkshire Fine Spinning Associates, Providence: Richard E. Pritchard, chairman of board of Stanley Works, New Britain, Conn., and J. Francis Smith, lumDer dealer at Waterbury, Conn. All five are important shippers on the New Haven road. Besides them, the names of four others will be presented at the an nual meeting of stockholders April a as proposed new members of the board. These four represent the interests of Harold F. and Roy W. Freeburne of Hamilton, Ont, and their nomination for the board is part of an agreement which averted a proxy fight for control of the railroad. They are the Freeburnes them selves, Frederick R. Murgatroyd, a Hamilton lawyer, and John P. Rutherfurd, president of Coast Metals, Little Ferry. N. J. Addition of nine members will increase the board membershio to 12 remaining members, headed by Pres. Frederic C. Dumaine Jr, are au pruposea ior reeiecuon, Arcnmont. 5 f 91 On B. & M. Securities Plan WASHINGTON. March 13 fAP The Interstate Commercial Com mission today ordered oral argument here March 23 on the long-disputed plan for revising the securities of the Boston Si Maine itaiiroad. Dividends Declared Date Stock of ConiDinv Dividend Anchor Heck Gl 40c qu Apr 19 Apr rayaoie record Altes Brewing .05 Apr 14 Mar 25 Rk Manhattan 40C Bait Nat Bk..., 4ic qu Burl Steel 6c ex Burl Steel .... 25c qu Cal Parlr!n fl7l. r.,. Apr 1 Mar 19 Mar 31 Mar 24 Apr 1 Mnr20 Apr 1 Mar 20 May 15 Apr 30 Apr 1 Mar 20 Apr 3 Mar 23 Ckr FstNtrkSFSl.OO qu y-ni ec ra iiikk sue Dcmestlc Flnan 10c si Mar 31 Mar 24 Mar 2.1 Mar 23 Mar 23 Mar S3 Apr 15 Mar 2 Mar 23 Mar 20 May 1 Moy 1 Apr 1 Mar 30 May 1 Mar 31 Apr 1 Mar 31 Anr 30 do 5 cu pr 31Vcqu ontier Induct O-.f r, General Bronze 3c qu Griess Pflg Tan 19c inianq investor 2 .c Mamie PS . 30c qu Meredith Pub. 45c qu Mich Gas Utils. 15c Ct"! Eue! 2a:i 20c ou Apr 15 Mar 31 Nat Fuel Gas.. .05 ex Apr IS Mar 31 Anr 9 Kackarit Bell .. 25c on Apr 25 AorlS g'efe Corp ... joe Apr 1 Mar 20 g . . z'cqu Mara Mar 2.1 Shawmut Assn 1.1c Apr 1 Mar 23 Sha.ymut An .05 Apr 1 Mar 23 SecNatBk NHav.1.2S Apr I Mar 19 Un Bk&Tr LA 11.50 qu Apr 1 Mar 20 OTHER FINANCIAL NEWS ON PAGE 8 House Unit to Probe Lack of Color TV WASHINGTON. March 13 fAPl The House Commerce Committee decided today to investigate why tv'ui iit.-vi.--iuu i ami not in tne homes despite its approval by the Federal Communications Commission in 1950. Port of Boston AKRIVED TESTrRDAT African tl,h,-in. c . l. Pock5?My.!,i.- Passengers, cargo. Norton. Lilly At Co J:7lri,M'd,,"'rr"n via New York. Docked Boston St Albany, cargo. American Export Lines. Exbrook Mediterranean. Docked Bos-Jon ft Albany, cargo. American Export Lines. F'tlerman, Port Arthur. Docked union tin. nevere. on. Feahony Lane. Edison nanoionn (iNor. i. tjuracao. LiorKea s. Weymouth, oil. Furness. Withy & Co Ctisrlss Docked Jenney Company, Chelsea, oil. neaamr, ivorroik. Hocked Everett Coke Works, coal. Mystic S. S. Company. Pocahontas Fuel, Norfolk. Docked ouaion. oc Maine, unariestown, coal. RAILED Cainsa, Beaumont. Benis Fort. Lake Charles. Atlantic Coast, Atreco, Tex. Woentdrecht, Venezuela. nrr "ronav Matthew I.nrkenhah West Cnact via New York. Docks Commonwealth Pier, carao. Lut-kenbach Lines. Santa Ana, Venezuela. Docks Castle Island, loads for South America. Moore-MrCnrmack Lines. Mahronrla (Br. . Calcutta. Docks Bog-ton A- Albany, cargo. Cunard Lines. natiida inornen, su-erten via fortiann. Me. Docks Mystic, cargo. B. S. Costello. Oi l TOMORROW Rtegeholm (Swed .V Sweden vie Portland, Me. Docks Hoosac. wood pulp. Furness. Withy (V Co. American Scientist. Philadelphia. Docks Army Base, loads for Europe. United States l ines. De Soto, Gulf, Florida. Docks Hoosac. cargo: loads for Florida. Gulf. Waterman 9. S. Corporation. , Sinclair n. C Marcus Hook. Docks Hartol Oil, Revere, oil. 3. F. Moran Company. Overseas Flights Today ' at Logan Airport INROrVO Filths Ne. 151 Johannesburg. Leo- EoldviHe, Accra. Roberts Held. Lisbon, anta Maria: due 3:10 a. m. (PAAi. Fltfht No. IIS Rome, Paris. Shannon; due 8 40 a m. (PAAi. FlUht No. Ml London. Prestwlck. r.mH.T: rin tdi a m. 1HOAC1. Fiirht No. 92; Cairo, Athens. Rome. Geneva. Paris. Shannon. Gander; due i 11:15 m- ,TWA' Ol TBOI ND FHsM Ne. 2 Paris: leaves T p. m Flight Ne. w; Shannon, Paris. Rome; leaves 8 45 p. m. iPAA. Flisht No. 514 Piestwlck. London: leaves B io p m. ihoau i. Filrht No. fttl Gander. Shannon. London, Frankfurt; leaves 4:10 p. m. (TWA) Former Wife of Sen. Douglas Won't Testify WASHINGTON, March 13 (AP) Two witnesses from the higher education field refused to tell House investigators today whether they ore or ever have been members of the Communist Party. They were: Prof. Byron T. Darling, 41, who was promptly suspended from his job as a physicist at Ohio State University, and Mrs. Dorothy W. Douglas, 63, former Smith College professor, now retired, who was divorced in 1930 from Senator Paul Doug las, Democrat, of Illinois. Both cited the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution, which provides that no one may be compelled to give testimony against himself. Darling denounced the investigation of the Un-American Activities Committee, which is probing for Red influences in education, as a "witchhunt." Mrs. Douglas, in a 10 minute appearance before the committee headed by Chairman Velde, Democrat, of Illinois, was told that she had been identified as a member of a Communist group in the Teachers Union in 1938 and 1939 by Robert G. Davis, Smith College English professor who testified last month. In a statement. Mrs. Douglas said the committee's interest in her po litical beliefs could result only in "suppression of freedom of con science and of the mind " Wallace Turner Wins Guild's Broun Award NEW YORK, March 13 AP) Wallace Turner of the Portland Oregonian today was announced winner of the 12th annual Heywood uroun award or the C. 1, O. Amer ican Newspaper Guild. Turner's entry, one of 57 In the Guild's 1952 contest, was an expose of a timberlands purchase from Indians in Washington and Oregon. As a result of his work, the Guild said, a Federal grand Jury indicted three men, the F. B. L came into the case and two men were dis missed from the Portland Indian Bureau office. The original sales were set aside by Federal Court decree and new sales were ordered. The Indians may receive more than $400,000 over the first price. Chief Tax Lawyer Appointed WASHINGTON. March 13 Sec retary of the Treasury George M. Humphrey announced today the appointment of Kenneth V. Genmill of Philadelphia as chief tax lawyer in the Treasury, succeeding Vance Kirby, who has resigned. DEATH NOTICES AUSTIN In Somerville. March lth, Aiexanaer J. Austin or 34 ware st. Husband of tne late Mary c (t-rowieyi Austin. Funeral frnm the Daniel F. rTRriAn Timpra! Unrr. QOT Mnu IV . Cambridge, Monday at 8 a. m. Sol emn Hizh Masa at the immaculate Conception Church at 0 a. m, Pelatives and friends invited. Visting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. BROWN In Scituate. March IS. Rosemary (Wyman) in her 4ath year. Wife of Ralph S. Brown of Bulhrush Tarm, North Scituate. Services at the First Congregational Unitarian Church. Littleton, Mass., Monday, March 16, at 3:30 p. m. BYRNES In Rockland. March IS, Mary Byrnes, sister of Mrs, Thomas Carey,! residence. 210 Webster st. Funeral from the Sullivan Funeral Home, 45 East Water St., Monday at 9:15. Requiem High Mass at Cnurch of Holy Family at 10. Interment. Holy Family Ceme-: tery, Rockland, visiting hours, Saturday, 7 to 10 o. m.; Sunday, 3 to 5 and i to tu p. m. CASALETTO-COSTELLO In Belmont. March 13 John, beloved husband of the late Grace (Ferrlndina) Casaletto, formerly of Somerville. Funeral from the home of his niece. Mrs. Theresa Giroux (nee La Perza), 23 Bay State rnao, Monday at 9 a, m. boiemn High Maya of Reauiem in Our I,adv of Mercy Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives ana trienas invuea. CASCIO In Boftcm. March 13. Jennie wife of Michael and mother of Nunzto. lAtrlllot or b.l Emeralri St.. Be overt Joseph, Michael. Eugene. Paul, Florence Todaro. Helen Pierson, Margaret De Prisco. and Jennie Ouiltv. Funeral from Pennacchlo and Son. Hvde Park Funeral Home. River St.. in Logan sq., near Cleary sq., on Monday at 8:30. Solemn High Mass at the Holy Trinity thurcn, &outh E.ia, at 10 a. m Relatives and friends kindly invited. VisUng hours 4 p. m. to 10 p. m. CASSELL In Boston. March 13. Ada A. casseu ot 7 t-entre av., ljorcnester. wife of Herbert B. Cassell. Funeral services at the Waterman Chapel. 495 rnmmA..,altt. i, V anmn-a tln ton. on Monday. M"arch 16. at Visiting hours at the Chapel Saturday and Sunday from 7 to 8 p. m. CENTORE In Belmont. March 13, An tonio, beloved husnann ox the late Josephine tAsclone) and father of Virginia, Michael. Louis. Charles. Frank. Mrs. Anna DeCarlo. Mrs Caroline Gerolamo. Funeral from his late residence, 63 riicnmona roaa. Monday. March 16, at 8 a. m. folemn High Mass of Requiem In St. nseph s Cnurch at 9 a. m. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend. CLARKE In West Newton. March 13. l,eiT.rune K. tnugnesl. wianw oi rrann A. Clarke of 32 William St. Funeral from the F. J. Joyce & Son Funeral Home, 552 Main st., Waltham. Monday. March IB. at 8:30 a. m. Solemn High Mass .of Requiem at St. Bernards Church. Wet Newton, at 9:30 a. m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours, 3-5 ana 1-iQ p. m. CriT K In Worcester, formerly of Na- tick, unaries w., in nis wvtn year, nus-. band ot the late tuen iwanneyi voie and father of Elaine Cole. Services at the Armstrong Funeral Home. 52 East Central st., Natick, Sunday. March 15, at 3 p. m. Friends may call at tne funeral home Saturday from 7 to 9 p. m. runii.t i. t- ..1.. . . ...k Attorney Lawrence E. Crowley, of B2 Torrey St., Brockton. Reposing at the Hickey Funeral Home, 403 Main St.. Brockton, until 8:4.1 a. m. Mon day, neiatives ana zrienns invitea to the funeral home and to a Solemn High Mass of Requiem at Our Lady of Lourdes Church Monday at 9:30 Calline hours: 7-10 Saturday evening and xs, 7-10 Sunday DAVIS Of Woburn, March 13, Leonard a., sue si. ot iv i wain sr. services at the Arthur P. Graham Funeral Home. 3 Arlington road. Monday at 3 30. Visiting hours Sunday 3 to 6 ana y to iu. DF.I.ANEY In South Natick. March IS i nomas m., Drotner ot wary . Lie-laney. Funeral from his late home, 61 Glen St., Monday at 8:15. Solemn High Mass of Requiem In the Sacred Heart Church at 9 o'clock. RelaUves and friends klndlv invited. DeFEO In Somerville, March 13. Loult. Deioveq nusoano or ltaia (Moscai and father of Carmela, Mrs. Olga DeVito and Norma Heposmg at the DeVito Funeral Home. mi w. Auoum st (Mt. Auburn District!, Watertown. until Monday at 8. Solemn Mass of Requiem at St Joseph's Church, Union aq., at a. m. neiattves and irienoj invited. Visiting hours 3-8 and 7-10 DEMPSF.Y In . Somerville. March 13. iimoiny nusoana or tne late m. earet T. McCnrmirk Funral rnm , Joseph J. Kelley Se Son Funeral Home. 316 Broadway. Cambridge. Monday. March 16 at 8 a. m. Requiem High M... In C, -,n.v4 r-V. . t. , erville. at 9 n'clnck. H.IaIivm inrf friends invited. Visiting hours 3 to 5 and 7 to 10 P. m. Retired Capt. of me rire Leparuneni, DONNEI LY In Brighton, March 12. '"'J. i nomas Li., oeioveq nusnana of Margaret T. (Havpvl rinnnellv inH faiher of Virginia M. and Mrs. Doris riuniCT oi Auston. r unerai from his home, 81 Bennett St.. Mondav at 8 a. m. Solemn Hieh Mass of Requiem at St. Columhkille s Church at 9 a. m. Relatives and friends invited. DCWNS In Melrose. March 12. Dustln l,.. oi j.j e.. nicnianq av.. nusoand of p:g (Royi, and father of Mrs. Norma Mayer of Norfolk. Va , and brother of Mrs. Mariorie Sanderson. San Leandro. Calif. Services at Trinity Church. West Emerson St.. Saturday at 3. It is requested that flowers be omitted. Con- Fund. MVlrfKe rham.r FrieH. prt.v row -1 n..uinon k.napei, ouu aoais st, Friday. 7-8. DEATH NOTICES DRTSCOLL In Brookline. March 13JNATKUS In South, Boston. March 11. and Julia JBrinel Driacoll. Funeral from the J. J. Kirov (unerai linme. 58 Harvard St.. on Monday mornirg, March 16, at 8:15. With Solemn H.Bn Ma?s of Requiem In St. Mary of the Assumption Church at 8 o'ciocit Relatives and friends are invud. Interment St. Joseph's. Visiting hours. 2-5 and 7-1 u p. m. FAIRBANKS Died in Clearwafpr Flor ida, Marcn lu. v. i-nui", age 64 years, formerly of Lowell and West Medford. Conimittal services at the family lot in Westlawn Cemetery. Lowell. Monday iftcm&on t o cmc. Friends invited. FLAHERTY In Woburn March,- atrlCK n.. nusDana m urc S Flaherty i and father of Hev. Anthony Flaherty of St. Andrew's Church. Billencai Rev. Edward B. Flaherty of Holy Name Church, West Roxbury; Rev Walter L. Flaherty, arrhdioces.-m director of radio and television. Funeral from the home of his son. Dr. Albert J. Flaherty. 6 Bow St., Mon-? VtX-v, ib at a m. So emn High Mass at St. Charles' Church at i U o ClOCK. ivemwvw .... Invited. lateCEl!en' O'Brien and father of Mrs. t- I'H rnnert azin and MS. Helen Ford Yemma. Funeral from the Cran- strom Funeral Home, it war" Roxbury. on Monday at 8:15 a. m., JiC,..,5 K. Snlemn Hih Mass in St. Joseph s Church at 9 o'clock Relatives ri friends invited. Visiting hours 3 to 5 and 1 to 10 p. m. Interment, tl. Joseph's. FREF.D Departed this day, March IS, and devoted father of Fannie Bord of Roxbury. Ann Grover of Roxbury. and Joseph Freed of Laurence Services at the Stanetsky Funeral Chapel. 10 Washington St., uroij nu, chester. Sunday. March 15, at 11 iJn. i."T:ir..i. iJf Vrirrt invited. Me morial week at the. home of Ann r.rover. 3 Howland St., Roxbury. OILMORE-J. Daniel, in West :,Qutney jwarcn n. oeioveu iijcui "i, ""-:", MacDonaia uiimore oi '""Ski-ii' a i t.iw nl .Trthn M . Angu:. Danie J Jr . Woodrow W., Mrs. Catherine Warsland. Mrs. Sarah Bryaen. irs a nBvtn. Mrs M;i-v Fendalo. Mrs. Mariorie Knip'nt. Mrs Christina r?P?,wL J?"."fZX" Funeral Home. 74 Elm St.. Qumcy Center, until Monday afternoon at 1. a:rvis at the Church of The Glad Tidings at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends are Tespectfully invited to attend Visiting nours a to o ',. Interment at Mt. Woliaston. GREEHY In Beverly. March 13. James T, husband of the late JUia A. (Whitei Greehy of 14 Agate st. tunerai from the. residence juonaay. av o t.i.X,- ti.ih Miu at St. Mary Stai w caD r'Viiirpfi at !l Interment In St. Mary's Cemetery. Salem. Relatives -n-nT t u.fAHi Ullltri. March 11 Francis W." Green ind mother of Mrs. Martin t Murphy and Franc. W. Green Jr. F'uneral from her home, 7 Stou'ghton St.. off Boston av Monday March 16 at 9:15 a. nV.J,l!'ilIi'.min'iSs Mass in St. Raphael's Church at 10:15. Relatives and friends invited. HFJNICK-In Maiden. March flen eff Va'AlW 'reMdence" Jncroft it . Monday. Mrch IS. at 8 m. m Followed by a Requiem High Mb ss at the Church of the Sacred Heart at B o'clock. Relatives and frienos Kinaiy ?es ana i. hours 2-5 and 7-10. itea. visiuna HINDES In Somerville. March 13. Lena tur ihraham J Hindes. Serv. ices at the Short and Williamson Chapel 82 TraPelo road, Belmont. Monday, March 16. ?t 11 a m Friends Mav cali Sunday. 3 to 5 and 7 to 8. DGR AM-In the service of his country B Ingram. IT S. V. cZ e2S years, nusband of Jean R. ' BuiHSI5Jn Park" gram, of 13 Ready ay , Hyde Park. Services at the f ranklin C. Graham Funerll Horn?, 1161 Hyde Park o av.. Monday. March 16. at Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hot irs. EtMrriav and Sunday. S-5 and 7-10. KEAVY In Allston. March 13. 19M. Michael T. Keavy of .115 , Franklin St., beloved husband of tne law uuy. C. (Cavanaugh) Keavy, father of James H. Keavy. Everett; Michael F. Keavy, South Boston: Mrs. James J. Meade. Allston; Sister M; Bede, SS J.. Charlestown; Hueh F. Gallagher, Connecticit. Funeral from the Frank fi Carr Funeral Home. 220 Bunker Hill St., Charlestown, Monday at 8:1 V Solemn High Mass of Requiem in St Catherine's Church. Charlestown. at 9 a. m. Relatives and friends are Invited. Visiting hours 3-5 7-10 p. m. Late member of Local No. 799, f L. A. KEIMACH Of IS Lothian .road, Brighton. Sophie, suddenly, beloved wife of the late Jacob Keimach. loving rnotner of Bernard. Harry, GeorBe, Joseph and Charles Keimach, Mrs. Ruth Goro-detsky and Mrs. Bertha Brooks f uneral services will be he.d Sunday, March 15, at 1 p. m.. from the Srhlosa-berg Fimeral Home. 1272 Blue Hill av.. Mattapan. Memorialweek will be at the home of Mrs. Ruth GorodeUky, 33 Castlegate road. Dorchester. KELLY In West Bridgewater. Mch 12. Mary A. (Murray!, wife of Wil- i,nM T V..1W tnrnwrlv of Pnnd ST., No, Randolph. FMneral from the Cart-wright and Hurley Funeral Home. 1016 No. Main St.. No. Randolph. Monday, at 8:15. followed by a.HIgh Mass of Requiem in St. Bernadette s. Church. ft tnirnlnT in st Mary s Ceme tery.' Randolph. Visiting hours Satur day ana sunaay. -o ana i-iu. . , . . t n . nmna-lo nl V-mrti March 11. I'JDJ. jonn r... nutumiu u the late Sarah E. Lundgren and brother of Mary Little of Boston: father of Seth W. of West, Medford. John E. of tveretr. timer n ' J"'""MI Funeral services at the Charles J f..n.t... vs. TTnrn. MQ HrnnHwav. Everett, cn Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited Interment at Glenwood. Visiting hours 3 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. T.tmnv Tw Arlington. March 13. Wil liam P., nusnana or ine iw un CafTresj I.uddy and father of Mrs. Julia E. Robinson and Mrs. Ann C. Collins, residence 11 Webster st. Funeral from the D. W. Grannan & Son l .....I uisi Micarhusetts av.. Monday morning at 8. High Mass of, o'clock. Relatives and friends invited Visiting hours 3-5 and 7-10. Kenuiem at t. aisnes. vnuii, . MaeDONALD In Waltham, March 13. Norman J., beloved husband of Made line (Burkel Macuonaia, resiaence id TT,,r.ral frnm the .Tonn J. MacDonald Funeral Home. 749 Main St.. Monday morning at 9 o'clock, followed by a Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Jude s t;nurcn. at iu o i tives and friends invited. Visiting hours 2-5 and 7-1U D. m. . , v,,T r n.Hl3m Marrl, 12 1flri3 Robert McCann. Funeral services Saturday. March 14 at 3 p. m... at St. John's Methodist Church. Oakrtale sq.. Dedham. Friends may call at her late residence, Z9 savin St., iriaay afternoon and evening. McDERMOTT In Cambridge, March 13. Jnhn F.. beloved husband of ftiary J. fO Btien) and brother of Rose B. Mc- Dermott. Funeral from his home. 47 Blanchard road on Tuesday, March 17, at 9 a. m. rtequiem nan m" ". "v. Peter's Church at 10 a. m. Relatives and friends are invtted to attend. Late employee of the N E. T. or T. Co. Interment in Cambridge Cemetery. M.mrr.ii t nnrfbMter. March 13 1 U...UHI ... tl.a 1-1 Helen l" McHugh (nee Donovan) of 9 Hendry it., brother-in-law of Mrs. Mary E. Bernard r o.' S..r'. rhnrrh t 0 m Rcla- tlves and friends are invited. Calling. sion ritual Sunday night. March 15. at McVcKIN-InP B;on-Revere. March! SnTnder' WALTER M. JONES. Ad-12 William S.. beloved son of the late)""' Dennis F. and Margaret iLoenngi, brother of Dr. John of Miami, Fla.: Charles McMackin and Mrs, Grate n,,ffw of Revere. Funeral from the . DeNeill Funeral Home. 381 Broadway. j Revere. Mondav at a. ni. :-oiemn H,.i, Ma., nf Reouiem at the Immac ulate Conception Church, 10 o'c'ock. Relatives and. friends are invited. Late member of Revere Lodse No. 1171, B.P.O.E. Visiting hours St-i. 7-10 p.m. MEALEY Of Dedham. March 13, 10M, jeanyt. age in eais. v. mow oi Ma.iIpv. flSl WashlnEton st. Funeral from Smith and HiBKins Fu- Marl Hnmp H7 M Inn St. ..TSl 1JCO. ham, Monday, March 16, at 8:15, followed by a Requiem HtKh Moss at 9 o'clock at St.. Mary's Church. Visiting hours Saturday evening, 7 to 9, Sunday, 3 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. MIGNAULT Of Hingham. March 13. Albert J.. husband of the late Helene (Waugh) Mignault and father of Albert W. Mignault. Lilla M. Abbott. Roslyn M. Lawrence and Elaine M. Condon. In his 68th year. Funeral services Monday, March lt. at 2 p. m.. from the Church of St. John the Evan-elist Friends mav call at the Down- ing Cottage Chi tirday from 7-9 , napei, i rona si., o.n- 9 and Sunday from 4-3 and 7-9. MORRISSEY In Medford, formerly of Charlestown, March 12, 1953. Edward J.. beloved husband of Mary M. I McLaughlin). Funeral from his late home. 15 Columbia road. Mondav, at 8:15. Solemn Funeral Mass at St. Joseph's Church, at 9. Relatives and friends Invited. Late member of Winter Hill and Charlesgate Yanht Clubs and veteran of World War I. NVTMAN- lOri.l. El -In Cambridge. March 13. Emest Edward Nutman. In his 87th year, beloved father of Mrs. Robert BaiT Keyser Sr. of Belmont, and Harris Eoward Nutman of Cambridge. Funeral services at. the Eastman Funeral Home, 8i6 Beacon st., corner of Park Drive. Boston. Monday, March 16. at 1 p. m. Relatives and friends may call at the funeral home Sunday. March 15, 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Interment at Central Cemetery, Beverly. Mass.. at 3 p. m. FLOWERS nWBSS 124 Tremont St. LI 2.4311 ) DEATH NOTICES Anam j. ot m west sin si., oeiovea husband of Anna (Sebeilta) Natkus and bioved husband of Airs. Helen Kari. Funeral from the Casner Fuileral Heme. 187 Dorchester St.. Monuay. March 16. at 8:15 a. m. Solemn High. Funeral Mass at St. Peter's 1 Lithuan-1E.T1 1 Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Vi&iung hours 3-5, 7-10 p. m. PAPPADOPOVLOS In Somerv1!l. iwarcn 13. HariKlea lAlexladesl Pap- ya,.uv.u.i'i, wile oi megabit i-pppaaunouios oi nooKer av,, erville. Funeral from th Arth' sniru ur C. monwealth av. Boston, Monday, March com- li, at 1 p. m. Funeral services at The, Cathedral of Tha Annunciation, Parker and Ruggles sts., Boston, at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends are invited. Calling hours 3-5 and 7-11 p. m. Sunday. Please omit flowers. Donations are aaccepted in her memory by the Greek Theological Institute of Brookline. Mass. POWERS Of Lexington, March IS, James W., beloved husband of Huldah B. (Galley I Powers of 16 Winter st. Funeral from the McCarthy Memorial Home. 80 Bedford st., on Monday mornirg at 8, followed by a High Mass of Requiem at St. Brigid's Church at 9 o'clock., relatives and friends invited. Calling hours, 2-5 and 7-10 P. m. PPENDERGAST In Cohasaet. March 13. John J.. husband of Deborah Morlarty Prendergast, in his 76th year. Funeral from his late home. 42 Oak St., Cohssset. Monday. March 16, at 9:15 a. m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Anthony's Church, Cohasset, at 10 o'clock. Relatives and irienas are mvitea. ROGERS In Korea. Oct. 31. Sfe Donald C. Rogers, of 25 St. Stephen St.. Bos ton: son of Alfred G. and Florence Cox Rogers. Funeral services at Trinity Church. Copley sq.. Saturday, March 14, at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends invited. Burial In Mount Hope Cemetery, Boston. Cellini hours at Waterman's Chapel, Kenmore sq., Friday afternoon and evening. 3-3. 7-8. RYDER In .West Roxbury, March 13. suddenly, John A. Uacki, beloved husband of Bridget T. (Sheerin) Ryder. luneral frnm his late residence. 45 Elgin St.. Monday. March 16 at t:l& a. m. Snlemn Ttermiem Hlh fit, Theresa s Church at 10 o'clock. ReT- ftiyes end friends most kindly Invited, Late coach at Boston College and 1 B' floweis. im Atnieuc Association. Please omit SEAMAN In Somerville. March IS. Annie R. widow of William T. Seaman of 9 Chandler St.. Somerville. mother of William R. Seaman, at home: Horace E. Seaman of Roxbury. Servi. ; at W i!spn Chapel, 28 College av., t ,m-erville, Monday, March 16, at 1:30 p. m. Calling hours Sunday. 7-9 p. m. Interment. Coweeset Cemetery, Brockton. SIDE POTTO M In Medford. March 13 William, husband of the lata Ida A. Siriebottom. of 18 Cedar st , Somerville, formerly of West Medford Serv- ices at ine r . . Brown f uneral Home, Pembroke st , Medford. Monday. March 18 at 2 p. m. Visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. SMITH On Friday, March 13, Jennie. ot bu Homes'ead st., Waban. Widow of Louis I. Smith, beloved mother of Mrs. George E. Kane and Charles B. Smith, dear gmndmother of Louis I. Kane and Ann E.. Kane, sister of Mrs. Ida Hillson. Mrs. Moina Vviner and Eva and Dora Samberdale. Services at Temple Emmanuel Chape), 3S5 Ward St.. Newton. Sunday, March ine Chapel, 470 Harvard St.. Brook- i d. m. . visiting nours at tne emorial week at her late residence. . saiuranv pvenino irnm x-D n m- Please omit flowers. SMITH Of .Cambridge. March 13th, latnanne j.. widow oi Thomas F. ana mother of Mildred C. Smith Funeral from the A. E. Long Memorial ChepeU 4 Beech st., corner Mass. av.. North Cambridge, Monday, March 16th. at 1 p. m. Service at Christ Church. Episcopal. 1 Garden st. Cambridge, at 2 Sm Visiting hours at the chapel aturday and Sunday 3 to 8 and 7 to 9 p. rr SMYTHE Of Cambridge. March 13. M. j-ue amyuie, ho years. Of 123 Mt. Auburn st. Funeral service at the A. E. Long Memorial Chapel, 4 Beech St., corner Mass. av.. No. Camb., Sunday, March 15. at 3 P. m. VisiUng hours at the chapel, Friday. 7-9. and Saturday, 4-9 p. m. 9TFVENS In New Rochelle, New York. marcn j.i. Mary t-stner (Barrettl Stevens, formerly of Melrose, beloved wife of Frank Stevens. Relatives and friends may call at the A. E. Finnegan tr Sons Funeral Home, 322 Main St.. Stoneham, Monday, 7 to 10 p. m. Committal Service at St. Patrick's Cemetery, Tuesday, at 10 o'clock. STORER In Woliaston. March 13. Har- via nusoang or tuzaoetn I. (Martin) atorer of 5 Prospect av. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the services from the Deware Brother Memorial Chapel 5"6 Hancock st. Woliaston. Monday, March IS. at 1:30 p. m. Friends may visit at the funeral home Saturday 7-9 p. m. and Sunday 3-4. 7-9 o, m. SOMMp-In Jamaica Plain. March IS. Magdalene M., beloved daughter ol the late Jacob and Agnes (Schmidt) Spmmer and sister of Sister Erharda of St. Benedict's Convent, Baltimore, and aunt of Rev, Paul Sommer, M M., and Rev. Leo Sommer, M.M.. residence ,418 South Huntington av. Funeral from the P. E. Murray Funeral Home. 54 Roxbury st, Roxbury, Mondav. March 16. at 8:15 a, m. Solemn Reiiuiem High Mass at the Church o the Blessed Sacrament at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends most kindly invited. Visiting liourg 3-6 and 7-9 p. m. TRIDK In Norwood, and formerly at Medford. March 13, 1953, Gertrude J. JRhude). wife of Ira G. Tride of i Cypres st. Services at the Beal Funeral Home, 29 Governor's av Mea-ford. Monday, March 18. at 3 p. m. Visiting hours Sunday. 2-4 ana T- p. m. In place of flowers memonal donations may be made to first Baptist Church, Norwood. TUCKERMAN In Boston, March 13, Grace, widow of Leverett S. Tucker-man, formerly of Salem, in her 92d year. Funeral sen-ices at the Church of the Advent. Brimmer St.. Boston, on Monday. March 16 at 3:30 p.- m. Please omit flowers. WALKER 1 Qutncy, March 13. Adle (Gillmore). wife of Frederick J, Walker of 34 Stuart st. Relatives end friends are invited to attend the services from the Deware Bros. Memorial Chanel, 576 Hancock st.. Woliaston, Saturday March 14, at 1:30 p. m. Friends may visit at the funeral home .Friday af:emoon and evening. WANAMAKER Of Melrose, March 19. j H. Allen of 17 Heywood av. Funeral services at the Morrison Funeral Home, 13 Yale av.. Wakefield, on Sunday. March 15, at 1:30 p. m. Friends may call at the Funeral Home on Saturday from 7 to 9 p. m. WEBBER In Norwood," March 13. Margaret A. (Colbert), wife of Edgar Webber of 286 Railroad av. Funeral from the Glllooly Funeral Home. 128 Valpole st, Norwood. Mondav. March 16. at 9 a. m. Relatives and friend invited. Visiting hours 2-5, 7-10. WFT.DON - FOWLER In Fandnloh. March .2th. fta-lie J. (Wrlghti. Wel-don-Fowler, of 53 Chestnut st Funeral services at tne wenarason Chapel. 039 Washing shington at 2:30 st. Dorchester, oh Su day at 2:30 p. m. Visiting hours from 3 to 4 and 7 to 10. St John, N. B. naners please conv. WHITCOMB In North Reading. March 12. Sarah H.. In her P2d year. Funeral from her late home. Bow st. North Reading Center, on Monday, March 16. at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends invitea. Friends may call at hr late home alter 3 P. m Sunday, March JS. S0MERV!LLE"P0ST, NO. 19 r-iease cony We regret to announce the death of I our comrade Loins DeFlo. Funeral from Somerville. at 9 o'clock. American Le- IN MEMORIAM 41 Rose L. (Keenan) Berlo '53 Pear. In ear hearts yea ever reins In in una in mi iime amu as assia. I.ovinelv remembered by Daueh-ters. Grandchildren. Masses offered. 1947 Martin Joseph Davey 1953 Six long years have gone y. . Each one lonelier than the other. We never thought then, our little Martv Would share Heaven se seea with Jimmy, his brother. I ovintly remembered by a lonely family. 1 '43 Pvt. Ahin M. Lvy '53 Levlncly remembered nr his Dad. Sister. Family and Friends. 1953 James J. Freaney 195 Month's mind mass Monnsv. Mare, 1 at St. Antela's Chorea. Blue Hill av.. Mattapan. at 9 o'clock. Lovlnelv remembered by bis wife and children. 1950 John H. Horan 19S3 Third anniversary mass being said by Vencenllsn Fathers. Lovlnsly rememh"red ana dlr missed by his Mother, bister. Family and Friends. 1329 Jeremiah F. (Jerry) Maheney 1S53 In loving memory. Mssses being said. "Fads About Funeral Service" MAILED ON REQUEST J. S. WATERMAN & SONS Mfa Ofnet 491 Commonwealth Art.. Beitoa FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE 1333

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