The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on September 7, 1954 · 40
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Forty THE BOSTON DAILY GLOBE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1954 Br earn of 80-Year-Old Waltham Coaches Pony League By ART BALLOU WALTHAM, Sept. 7-Most enthusiastic Pony Leaguer in this baseball-conscious city is a gent who is a teen-ager the sec-end time around, a fellow named Frederic (Deacon) Harriman. He'll be 81 this week. Harriman gives the Pony League a lot more than enthusiastic interest. He is the full-time coach of the Redlegs, winners of the league championship JmSve the best -1 GENUINE r 4 CERAMIC CUT I. 3 Never before atthU LOW PRICE! it Slightly mart than Hia st I t imitations! 20-Yatr fl Caarantet! Can a axiitine walls! K atari crackirf arallt ar Minting: it Choict of IS calars! insuucb at au awi factssy- TIAiaCO HCCNAHICa I rush "coupo and the team which contributed most players to Waltham's Pony League All-Stars, Northeastern United States champions. When Manager Paul McCue is on hand, the Deacon serves as his right hand man. When McCue can't make it, Mr. Harriman runs the ball club, as he did on at least a half-dozen occasions this season. That he does his job efficiently is obvious both from the team's record and from the testimony of Joe (Nipper) Maher, Waltham Little League Commissioner, longtime semi-pro player and manager and the citys No. 1 baseball authority. "Nobody is putting anything over on the Deacon," Maher said. "He knows his baseball inside out. and gets the most out of the kids. They'll do anything ! for him." Meehan Comes True Tufts Q. B. Gets Chance to Re-Live Dreary Year Deacon Team He's t Real Deacon Everything is the McCoy about Mr. Harriman, including the "Deacon" monicker. Harriman is a deacon at Beth Eden Baptist Church, has been for years. And before moving to Waltham, he was deacon at the Dudley Street Baptist Church in Roxbury. "I've been active in youth work as long as I can remember, and I go back quite a way," Mr. Harriman said. He believes that Little League baseball and its By ERNIE ROBERTS Did you ver dream of reliving part of your life? Or getting another chance at some disappointing phase of your past? for Bob Meehan, Tufts q u a r terback, such a dream is coming true. Red - headed Robert, sidelined all last season when he was captain, is getting a reprieve, another crack at college football. And for new coach Harry Ar-lanson the presence of fifth-year man Meehan is an unexpected bonus. Meehan, who can punt, pass and perambulate with the best of T-quarterbacks, broke his jaw in pre-season practice a year ago. He didn't play one second of what was suDDOsed into my nose. Hurt like sin. but;to be his senior campaign. So DEACON Fred Harriman, 80, Waltham church deacon and coach of Pony League baseball team. MEEHAN year's freshman eleven which was undefeated. Before that he was a three-year quarterback at Abing-ton High and held the same Job another year at Wilbraham Acad emy, Meehan has moved between T quarterback and single wing tail- eacK during his career at St Mary's of Brookline, Dean Academy and Tufts. "A lot of natural talent," says hoss Fritchard, backflela cofceh. "Bob missed all last season, but in our first defensive drill the other day he handled himself as though he hadn't missed a workout. And Thompson seems to know what to do on defense, too. Arlanson, jumping from two-platoon high school ball to the college game without any Spring practice, is beset with problems. But mention of his quarterbacks brings c smile to his usually solemn face. "Wish I had competition right down the line like that battle for quarterback between Meehan and Thompson," he muses. so help me, it straightened out the nose: 3 for 3 Top Thrill JUMBO JOTTINGS: Finding the right positions for his players on when Bob learned that time lost bot! offense and defense is Arlan- tom- from hi., .m son s main problem now. . hi, orrf,,Vtinn until ,,Z h out of schoolboy football where his graduation until January he we had tne two.pla,oon svstem, it's Bit thrill r hi m.itiif! 7 , ...J:,, ..-T.r.. ., . ;P"?uy nara 10 una me riKni syui " "" junspem iooirjau eugiDiiiiy inis'on each team for the bovs now." career, Mr. Harriman said, came,FalL (admits Harry. . . . Wright, who'll "the day we went three for three j play fullback in the Tufts T-sys- affiliates areiin Portsmouth Bay." This sounded Meehan Likes T Attack jtem, was playing middle OacKer-up "amone the finest things ever " contusing untu ne ex- . "'s i" , , ", ; , .-,,.," dXVthe yonung boys" of 'our Pained that as aoung man hejto make :u pf or last year," gri nne d,S Zl was captain or me Ssew namp- 'r diwiuuic iienvie-iace yesier- ' "-" MORNING DEATH KOTICES ABBOTT Of Medford, Bept.4. Melanle 1 5J uudiey i. A. IWhltehousel in Her 76th Services at the vrji lien Funeral Home. 2.1 forest it Medford Square. Wednesday, Sept. 8. at 2 p. m. Hrlativrt and mend Invited. Pleas omit flowers. AMARU tn the South End, Sent. S. Rosina (nee Falcone), of 4 Sharon it., beloved wife ol Luigi and devoted mother of Joseph. Pnillp, Saivatore, Michael, Charles. Mm. Phyllis Butler, Mrs. Bessia Regan, and Mrs. Connie Morsanella. Funeral Wednesday from her late residence at 0:30 a. m. bolemn High Mass In the Immaculate Conception Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends Invited to attend. Interment St. Michael's Cemetery. Late member of Independent Order. sons ot Italy, retrapeiia Lodge. ARSENAULT Of North Cambridge, by accident, Sept. 3. Frank A., beloved husband of Louise (Trembiayi. Funrral from his late home. 16 Clay St.. Wednesday. Sept 8. at 8:1S. Solemn H.ih Mt In the Notre Dame de Flue Church at 9. Relatives and friends invitea to aueno. ASSAD In Randolph, suddenly. Sept 8. reter. beloved husband of Katnenne (Boracki Assad, reposing at his late residence. J Saratoga St., nanuoion Funrral Thitrsnav &:1S a. m.. fol lowed by High Mass of Requiem at M. Bernaaeue v-nurcn. . in. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend. MARRY In Charlestown. Spot. 4. 19S4. Muriel (Smith I Barry of 381 Main t hrlnved wife of the lata Pi J. Barry and aunt of Mrs. Maty Purcetti and James F. Scanlon. fu neral from the Frank H. Carr tuneral .Home. Hunker Mm at., weanes- MORNINO DEATH NOTICES FREDENBURG In North A!""' E. (Meat, father of Robert, and Richard Fredenburg Funeral from his late home, 410 Snr'h,,; Thursday at 8 15. Solemn High Mass of Rrqulem at St. Bridget t Church, AbtngT on at 0 Interment St. Patrick a Cemetery, Rockland. CORDON-Of fast Natlrk. the 8th. Stanley A., husband of Martha I. (CunninH. Funeral from tha John Everett r Sons Memorial Home iNalick Square i, on Thursday morn-: lng at t o'clock. .Solemn Requiem Mass to follow in St. James Church. Worcester. St., Welleiley Fells, at Relatives and friends invited. VisU-lng hours 3 to 4 and 7 to 10 P. m. GHFENALL In Wtnthrop, Se Roy L., beloved husband ot M MORNING DEATH NOTICES MrfARTHY In Dorchester. Sept. 8. bar "indent Y Charles J. Mar'by, twin ved son of the late Charleg W. and Annie iWhUani M'Carthy Funeral from his late residence, 2.1 Winder-II 1...A wllnrtdav. Jll y S. at Wtnthrop, Sept. 8. Roy L., beloved husband of Mary t. ,r.1,llanl. anH father Of Mary L. Grernall, residence 19 Woodside ay. Services at the Richard C. hirrjy Funeral Home, 17 Bennington St.. Orient Heights. East Boston Thursday at 2 p m. Jtelattves and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours 2-9. 7-10. A 8 15 a. m. Huh Mass of Requiem at St Kevin'i Church at 9 . m. Rel atives ana incnua ihwvi. McGEARY-In, Dorchester, Sept. Anna rl, inrarii, UCIU.T,, win ul James B , mother of Catherine, Rita L and Francis J. Mci.eary. residence 148 Train st. Funeral from the John C. Mulry Funeral Home, 223 Neronset av., Thursday at 9 a. m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem In St. Anne's Church at 10 o'clock. Relatlvea and friends invited. Visiting hcAira, 2 to a ana i to ju tha E , daughter of the late In Medfleld, Sept, S. Mar- daughter of tne late wiuiam and Elira i Brown I McGregor and ais. ir nf Mrs. Vera McKinnon. Funeral services at the Church of the Advent (Episcopal). Medfieldon Wed nesday. Sept. B. ai d p. m. rrirnos will be' received at the Joseph Roberts Fu neral Home, meoiieia, on luesaay evening, 7-9. Interment at Lubec, Me. GREENBLOTT Entered into rest Sept. McGqUGH-In -Waltnam. Seot 8. John William r. ana neien ivianieyi mc- ft Banton,,.. T) nt 11 Harhara road Waltham: beloved brother of Hugh pf Waltham. May swell 01 caiuornia, Helen Glater of Everett. Beatnce Conway of N. Y.. Lillian Green of N. Y., and the late Manuel Green-Dlott: Services at the Solomon Funeral Home, 420 Harvard St.. Brookline. Wednesday, Sept. 8, at 10 a. m Visiting hours at the chapel Tuesday evening. 8-9. Memorial Week at the home of hia sister. Helen Glazer. 24 Hamilton St.. Everett. Kindly omit flowers. Memorial remembrances may be sent to the Heart Fund. Boston. Interment in Sharon Memorial Park, dayat 8.15. High Mass of Requiem GREENLAW In this city, Sept. 4. Chrts- fe of trnesl in St. Francis ae Sales Church at 9 a. m. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours 2-5 and 7-10 P. m. BARANOWSKI In Brighton, Sept. 6. Constance 'Picturnai, beloved wife of James baranowski and mother of Albin Baranow ski and the late Bernice Itzrzuski. fcuneral from her late resi dence, 20 Antwerp St., Thursuay,tHALLY Of Wet noxbury. ept. 4 tine E. i Ward I. beloved i: W. Greenlaw, residence 105 West Drdham st. Funeral services at the Brady Funeral Home. 10 Tower St.. Forest Hills. Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. Sept. 9, at 8 a. m. Requiem High Mass at St. Hedwigs (Polish I Church at 9 a. m. relatives ana irienas in vited to attend. BELLEW In Dorchester. Sept. 5. Joseph J., beloved son of Maria (Murray I Bellew and tne late Patrick J. Bellew and brother of Mrs. Mary Keenan, Mrs. Kathleen Conroy. Mrs. Agnes Higgins. Mrs. Margaret Higgms. Miss Josephine and Ann Bellew. Late of 38 Tonawanda st. Funeral from the Mornssey Brothers Funeral Home. 139 Stoughton St., Lphams Corner, on l-orintriv Krnt A at 8:15 a. m. High Mass Ot rtequiem in ai. reirr s nn.nri, in nriKninn, rrni Mai Edward C. USAF rrt.. beloved hus band of Frances (Gallagher) Hally and son of Julia (Ahear) and the late Edward J. Hally, residence 6 Bel-laire road. Funeral from the F. J. Hlggins Funeral Home. 4236 Washing ton st. (Roslindale sq.l. Wednesday. Seot. i st fl a m. Solemn Reainem Mass in the Holy Name. Church at 9 o ciock. Keiatives ana trienas invitea. Visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 o. m. Late member Telephone Pioneer workers of America. West Roxburv Post 167, American Legion. World War ii and Korean veteran. Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting nours 2-4 and 7-10 p. m. Late employee of the Boston Consolidated Iras Company. S. 1954 rmintrv " The Deacon is no Johnny-come- -udst nruncry, ana wai nisi"- latelv to baseball. He has been unit broke a United States record "I like our new offense (Chicago connected with the game as er, manager and coach most life. He was a semi-pro on New Hampshire sandlots a and Bill Sawin (a Turners Falls senior) and Chuck Ward (junior r ..t unirunnt nnnH pjav-oy scoring tnree nits on three tar-itfear x formation 'cause I always ""1'' ''v" o hiss's at a three-mile distance. preferred playing T quarterback'ood- ; ?e?y rt)lnor.lnJur'ef . i TT.. : i .. - , . . .. hats c1niroH ho Jiimhr.5 sinrp hilt the i "i- xidiranaa nas a weann oi mysen. Ana rve Rot an extra,' u, l 4 u u rVt, , id ianecdotes. a fine rollection nf an-Vnarh in tho hariffini kq,,c f.ijArlanson hopes to have his club i or a BELCHER In Winthrop, Sept. 6, Eunice Burgess Belcher of 339 Wmthrop st. Relatives and iriends are invited to attend services at the Reynolds Fu- nnri Unm 1 An Winlhrnn ct nn Tnursday at 3 p. m. Visiting hours , HANSEN Daml C. hplnvpf. huchanri nf thi Lite Frances (McCluskyi Hanafin ot 33 Newcastle rnafl. Fnnpral from the J. Warren Sullivan Funeral Home. ?.h nensnaw St., Wednesday, at a a. m. Solemn Hish Mas, of Rpoutem at Our Lady of the Presentation Church at W a. m. Relatives and friends 'nvited. Visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 d m, practice scrimmage i i . 4 i - rrt ' ! tiaiips anH snnvpnirc cimh oc K t-.! t; ii7-;-u i u'reaCiV m Fnfjhnri pen used bv the Jananpsp Hppatp! Ari.ncnn-o nffnnea nftri - .with Brandeis this baturday. lit WiVi ltr uiifjiHUH , 1. o--;s" luiuviiji (JCi ICV 11 J" . League. Igning me treaty wnicn ended the Wright, of course, was an All- The Pony League Kids get a "u""-""y"e war ana a superD; America schoolboy under Arlan wallop out ol one ot Harriman s i'"1"'.'' . K. i- -.1.1-. :l "Rllt I favorite stories how one athletic injury nullified another. "I can clearly recall the day in 1S3S when my nose was broken," he said. "I was catching behind the bat. We used to stand way back on the first two strikes in those days, then come right up under the bat for the third It was Capt John Francini's own enn ot wDV,v,ti, uv, n-v. suggestion that he switch from But I prefer to blend the Dastlctiii n t,,-. -r. .'Ifullback to guard this season. . . . with today and the future." he week said. "That accounts for my activ- e the wrong 'sfde b? makiPwerful Wright from lulibuack- and ity with the voune oeorjle : at the si?A?-r -m.?Kes!the Jumbos need help in the mte- rhnrh A ,. :4U .. j" I misuse, iiormie cans a : ,; Tk. onH ennaH is aim vvhji int-se wonaeriui;cnecc vvy who are playing Dan. The Deacon accompanied the Waltham All-Stars to the Pony League Northeastern playoffs at strike. I stopped a foul ball withewDurgh, N. Y. He brought along my nose and it spread all over ee pencils, one lor each game, my face. confident that Waltham would sur- "My father, who didn't approve vive. Each pencil was engraved of my playing baseball anyhow, with a Biblical inscription. i took me to a specialist in Boston, 1 'fed to provide spiritual as- - .. . 1 J al A il I l on signals and matters straighten themselves out. One factor has been added to Meehan s dream of replaying; last year's campaign. That is the presence of sophomor quarterback Ralph Thompson who has been pushing Bob hard in early; sessions. reasonably strong with junior Bob Mattson of Beverly figured a standout), but Tufts lost six top-flight players from tackle to tackle. . . . Success of the season will depend on the sophomores. 15 of whom are trying for the varsity squad. .. . Besides Thompson and Wright, others making good showings ioi "I like the work of both quar-istarting jobs are center Merrill 1-.. t ;j .t--. ,l: u eicHna Anj i ... 1 , - -! tprbarks sn far' rnmmntH Ar- uAKl,,n nf Philarlplnhia and tackle Ioui rie &aiu mai, iiihiuiik tuuiu .JlJ,a"1- oii i nuuau uu renaennE', . " . ' .........v. CVu.a : T , De done. f -"- iu)mui am as wen, I. . . w.. ..... I -wen, it was a coupie 01 years .""w iiaimnan. ine waunam !..'nuiiT ; ..imiu P I later, in a football game, that thes had a banner, which they ..nt.l... call lor fr.t wumaM. abQut thetacked up on thfi stands each day' NaM( 'flying wedge' in the olden days,jBut the last day they had run out f STRICT. who was trying to break it up. of thumb tacks and were stuck. I My neaagear got Knocnea cock-City 8TT . i eyed on the play, and one ot their .,,.... J big fellows ground his heel right EMTTILEIL . . r PROFESSIONAL tux men and women tviNwcs is ... Classes open in September LECTURE METHOD. ..NO RECITATIONS ACCOUNTING (fwp vtnmgs wfcy) requirements for graduation may be completed in three years after passing half-hour examination for advanced standing; in four yeon for beginners and those who wish to review fundamentals. Tuition $12 monthly. TAXES (on evening weekly) -Federal and State complete coverage of the 1954 Revenue Act. Tuition $6 monthly. WRITI OK PHONI Kt 6-0751 FOR FURTHIR INFORMATION OfTica oaan 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. wwkdayl. Saturday amtil 12.-00 mm bentley school of accounting and finance 921 Beyltlaa SfrMt, Batten IS (A block from AfauachuMffa Avna Subwty St tt ion) lanson in the midst of double! Bill Perkins Arlanson is look workouts yesterday. ling for speed in his backfield. . . . "Thompson isn't too big (5-7,lBut halfback Brooks Johnson, the 160) but he's solid, smart and Plymouth flyer, has been handi- quick. Meehan, of course, has hadicapped by a knee injury Aran a lot of football experience and! son innovations at Tufts include a finally came up with a solution lean do many things from habitliayvee squad, blocking pads and my garters. They did a much bet-: now." ground sheets to indicate the propter job than those tacks, too." I Thompson quarterbacked lastly line spacing Harry is work- lng me squuu uoii .. j Bowdoin Sept. 25 but morale is high. AMERICAN LEAGUE AT WASHINGTON Athletics q 30 0 1 - Natlonals 0 00 0 - - ... .... Batteries Sima and Astroth; Marrero and Fitzgerald. "Pop" Warner Sinking Fast PALO ALTO, Calif., Sept. 7 (AP) Glenn S. "Pop" Warner, former football coach who was a prime developer of the wingback system, was reported sinking rapidly in Palo Alto Hospital today, The 83-year-old Warner, known as the "Old Fox" for the deceptive style his teams used, underwent Frank Stranahan. a frpnnentlvlhas been regarded as an amateur 'sS"? ln July ?or removal 01 fn.ttrf w Jamone pros and a pro amone ama-;a tumor from nis wroat. He Doesn't Need Money Wealthy Stranahan Turns Pro Because He's Happier That Way r.w xunis., sept. 7 (AP) jica s top amateur golfers. But he for WINTER! for SUMMER! for year round luxury living! Stetson WEATHER STRIPPED GLASS LOUVERED WINDOWS & DOORS JALOUSIE J Site mr i : Z3 '-. - JZ WMt 'fT'.r.r-l It' m '-- .rs- -;- s. team .Sk If They're . POSITIVE SEALED for winter warmth t well as summertime comfort I 'I 4 ONLY Stetson OFFERS ALL THESE FEATURES! AD climata imtallation Storm lash intarcfiangsabla ; with leresn from iniirlt Balancad, rattle-fre louvraf Tamper-proof ley lock Heavy, stucco mbotted kick plat Complete vinyl weetheriWp-ping, in jamb, Kearj, end till Eirra rigid ipvcially engineered corneri 4" g'aii. clear, obieure, ar tolei Pneumatic door eheelt StainleH iteel hingej Na Maintraance rqnlrd ante Imtallrd! HQ DOWN PAYMENT! NO PAYMENT 'TIL DECEMBER CALL BE 5-6010 FOR FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION to try to beat the pros as one of them from now on. And there are some who will say this latest unexpected move of the Toledo spark plug heir was just legalizing what has been a fact for years. It isn't that Stranahan ever has capitalized on his golfing skill or accepted cash prizes. He can laugh at that kind of money. But his ap proach to golf and his devotion to the game are more professional than amateur. Stranahan made his intention of turning pro known in a statement he prepared just before taking off for Brazil yesterday. It said: "I am notifying the United States Golf Association I am relinquishing my amateur status. I will play in a golf tournament in Brazil and I shall compete as a professional. I have always wanted to be a pro fessional golfer and play the professional golfers on their own terms. I have no further desire to play in amateur tournaments, al though I have enjoyed my associa- His physician reported last night: tv,. - i i "Ordinarily a person in nis cuu- among the. ordinary, week - endtion would "othve through he amateurs when they had to play a guy wno could afford to play a tournament every week on the circuit and even beat the top pros occasionally. Frank didn't improve that situation by occasional open admissions that he believed himself a better golfer' than most amateurs. But he indicated one reason for changing his status was that he, too, considered the situation slightly unfair. The pros found Stranahan acceptable, even though he won four open tournaments and tied for first in another over a half-dozen years. At least he didn't take their money. Stranahan also shares the touring professionals' aversion to match play with its 18 -hole "knockout" matches. Although he has won the British amateur twice and the Canadian amateur twice in tnis Kina or competition, rranK prefers the 72-hole stroke play night, but he has such amazing vitality I wouldn't make book against him. tions. I feel much happier playingltournaments. He has won the Tarn as a professional golfer." jO'Shanter all-America amateur six That only told part of the story, times and the "world" champion- For some 10 years Stranahan has ship five times and twice tied for been recognized as one of Amer-' second in the British open. Kurtz Rides $100020 Double at Lincoln LINCOLN, R. I., Sept. 7-A pint- Ted in N. Y. for Conference With Yawkey? DETROIT, Mich.. Sept. 7 The Red Sox arrived here by plane ; sized apprentice from Muncie, Ind from New York this morning and rode both ends of the $1000.60 daily Ted Williams was among the miss-i?uble Lincoln Downs today. It was the third largest double "5: . . , . ..,,. . ipayoff of the local season. It was assumed that Wil iams re-1 Jackje Kurtz accompIished the mamed m New York city to confer !f, ,,. -ri: with owner Tom Yawkey on theHe came hom on ast track question of Ted splaying baU next: aboard su, Minn,e $3gm an(J wn taw. k hie'" after torrential downpour . w . . wl... vVi i booted Home Bills Sun $68.60). vinn Lriuic icaiiis iv.a, would not comment on the question. Meanwhile in Boston, general manager Joe Cronin declared that Yawkey was not in New York and that he (Cronin) knew of no conference being planned by the pair. Yawkey s secretary at his New York office likewise stated that Tom was not "in town." ROGER BIRTWELL. Only 20 cashed in on the payoff. sam Mccracken, LINCOLN Continued jrom the First Page SECOND RACE Slwn. claiming. 3- C. Y. 0. Golf Off Until Tomorrow year-oMs and up, 7 fur!n?s Bills Sun, 109. Kiirti Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to a p. m. BELL ln Auburndale. Sept. 5, at his late residence, 194 Auburn St.. Frederick A., beloved husband of Evelyn (Carroll) Bell. Funeral Wednesday. Sept. 8. at V a. n Solemn high Mass of Requiem in Corpus Christ! Church at S. Relatives and friends inviled to attend. Late member o Newton Folice Department. BRACEL1N In Newton. Sept. 6. Mary F. (Currani. beloved motner ot Mary F., Lillian E. Bracelin. Mrs. Mabel b. Smith, New York city, and Mrs. Alice C. Sweeney of Brighton. Funeral from her late home, 8V Elmhurst road on Thursday morning, followed by a Snlemn Keauiem Hieh Mass in Our Laay of Presentation Church, Brigh ton, at o ciock. Keiauves ana menus are invited. Interment st. Joseph'!. BROWN In Somerville. Sept. 6, Min nie t., wile or tne late r rea r. Brown ot 18 Fcnwick St. Services at the funeral home of John Bryant's Sons, 181 Broadway, Thursday, Sept. 9 at 2 P m. Relatives and friends invitee. Visiting hours 3-5 and 7-9 p. m. CASSIDY In Hyde Park, suddenly, Sept. 4, Alexander, oeioveo nusoano of Annie (Burns) Cassidy of Buncrana County Donegal. Ireland, residence 69 -In Boston. September 1K54. Sivert (Peteri Hansen, husband of the late Alice M. Hall i Hansen. and late of 137 PeterborouKh st. his 79th year, beloved father of Edith. Kathleen and Ellen ' Hansen. Funeral services at the Eastman Funeral Home. 8IIB Beacon St.. corner of Park Drive. Wednesday. Sept. 8. at 12:30 p. m. Relatives and friends may call at the Funeral Home. Tuesday. 2-5 and 7 9 p. m. Interment services at Forest City Cemetery. South Fort-land. Me. at 4 p. m HOLLANLJ In Oak Island. Revere. Sept S. Patrick beloved husband of ilham P. and Helen iGanlev) Gough. Funeral from the T. J. Lyona Funeral Home i4 wasmngton t.. West Newton. Thursday at 9 a. m. Solemn Reautem Mass in St. Charles' Church at 10. Relatives' and friendj invited. Visiting hour. 3-5 and 7-10 P. m ... NORTON In Snmtrvllle, Sept: 4. 1 nomas r. nut nu ii., husband of Rita (Hartney) Norton, father of George, Mary and Thomaa Norton Jr. Funeral rom 2 Benton road, at Summer St., Somerville. Wednesdav at 8 a m. Solemn High Mass at St. Catherine's Church at 9 a m. Relatives and friends Invited. Visiting hours 2-5 and 7-10 P. m. RABAGLIA In Somerville. Sept. 6, Uaurienzio, Deiovea nusnand of Catherine (Gallu and father of Margaret. Louis and John. Funeral from the A. Struzziero & Sons Funeral Home, 4U3 Somerville av., Thursday, Sept. 9, at 8 a. m. High Mass of Requiem at St. Anthony's Church at 9 a. m. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours Tuesday 7 to 10, Wednesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. REYNOLDS In Maiden, suddenly, Sept. Ot v-ouiei ine r . mu iuniinii. wile Or Charles H. Reynolds of 96 Oliver st. Funeral services at the St. Luke's Episcopal Church. Linden. Wednesday at 1 p. m. Relatives and friends invited, Friends may call at her lata residence. 96 Oliver St.. Monday evening and Tuesday afternoon and evening. HF.ZK Suddenly, in Boston, Sent. 5. 18d4. Deeb, beloved husband of Naila lArwashanl Rezk. of 108 East Brookline st.. Boston. Funeral from Our l.ady of the Annunciation Church Hall, corner Warren av. and West Canton st., Tuesday at 8:30 a. m Solemn Hieh Mass of Requiem at Our Lady of the Annunciation Church at 9 o clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Monday 7 to 11 p. m. CORRECTION RICH -Suddenly in Arlington. Sept 8 Lorenzo Pierce Hich, son of Mary L. (Pierce) Rich and the late Frederick L. Rich of 27 Hillsdale road. Brother of Wmthrop E.. Forrest R. and the late Chester H. Rich. Services at Story Chapel, Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, on Thursday, Sept. 9, at 12 noon. Relatives and friends invited. Friends may call at the Waterman Chapel. 41)5 Commonwealth av.. Ken-more Square. Boston, on Tuesdav and Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Adeline ( Richard i, residence 40 Flint Rli'HFN Of Mattanan 9er, n m,i' St. Reposing at the Richard C. Kirby.KV"fe '. .(le late WiuT-aTAli' Funeral Home. 917 Bennington st., Service, at the Oraniimm V, ,ni Orient Heights, East Boston, until hL ,o2 (i?r2.nstromJvFun'ri'1 Myonia road. Funeral from the James Werin..trlsr at SMemn Hillh Hid:'"?1 of Requiem at the Church of the Most Precious Blood at 9. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Late member of the Holy Name Society and the Sinclair Post No. 250. A. L. Visiting hours 2-5 and 7-10. ?rient Heights, East Boston, until hursday at 9 a. m. Solemn High Requiem Mass at St. Tneresa s Church. Revere, at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours 2-5, 7-10. f ! JEPSEN Of West Newton, in Pleasan-ton, Calif., Sept. 1. Edward F., beloved husband of Cecilia (Lombard!) and son of the late Maurice M. and Alice (Ryan i Jepsen. Funeral from the T. J. Lyons Funeral Home. 1479 Washington St.. West Newton, Wednesday at 8 a. m. Requiem High Mass in St. Bernard's Church at 9. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 3-5 and 7-10 o m. In Maiden, suddenly. Kent 5. Axel B.. husband of Thyra (Lind-bergi Johnson, of 15 Rudolph st. Funeral services at the Weir Funeral Home, 144 Salem St., Wednesday at 2 P. m. Relatives and friends invited. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday. 4-5 and 7-9 p. m. CHEEVER In Brighton, Sept. 6, George J., beloved husband ot Mildred (-. (Chick) Cheever. Residence 1659 Commonwealth av. Funeral services at the McCarthy Funeral Home, 344 Market St., Wednesday, Sept. 8, at 1:30 p. m. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Calling hours Tuesdav, 2-5 and 7-10 p. , m. Portland, Maine, papers please copy. CLEVELAND Of Arlington, Sept. 6. Herbert K. Cleveland. 144 weoster st. Services at the Berglund Funeral Home. 262 Mass. av.. Arlington. Thursday. Sept. 9, at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Tuesday and Wednesday 7 to 9 p. m. COREY In Medford. Sept. 5. Luke. Deiovea nusoand or tne late Catherine i Hayes). Funeral from the Fitz- StriCTk(.,Hal Jla 6I,G2v"n?IsiKFLLEHER-Of Canton. Sept. 5, Thoma: (. ,Vi.' m.'.' . S: r..-i'.. WP. .r-swence. 12' Church at In o'clock. Relatives and KANE In Charlestown. Aug. 28, Law rence w. Kane, beloved son of Patrick and Alice Gearin Inee Kane) of 67 Chelsea st. Funeral from the McArdle funeral iiome. 14 common st.. Wednesday morning at 8:20. Solemn Requiem High Mass in St. Mary's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Late member of Local 799 I. L. A. and Veteran of W. W. II. Visiting hours 2-5 and 7-10 p. m. K EARNS In DelMar Calif . sndrfenlv Sept. 3. Cecil (Barter), beloved wife of Thomas W. Kearns. formerlv of Winthrop. Interment at Fort Rose. Cranze Cemetery.. San Diego. Calif A Da.. U.hU ...ill brated at St Francis Friarv. Rawsnn a"' road. Brookline on Thursday morn-Sept. 9 at 8:30 a. m. Relatives and friends Invited. friends invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 7 to 10. Wednesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 10. COUGHLIN In Arlington. Sept. 5. Ruh ., daughter of Daniel V. and the late Ruth (White) Coughlin and sister of Mrs. Mary Gaulin. Funeral from the D. W. Grannan Sc Son Funeral Home. 378 Mass. av.. Wednesday at 8. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Agnes' Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 3-5 and 7-10. COX In Dorchester. Sept. 5, Sarah F. E. (Norris), beloved wife of George G. Cox. daughter of Lucv F. and the late Frederick S. Norris. sister of Mrs. Lillian F. Tigges. Funeral from her home, 8 Myrtle Bank av., Wednesday at 9 a. m. Funeral Mass in All Saint's Church, Ashmont at 10 o ciock. Keiauves and friends invited. Visiting hours Monday and Tuesday 7 to 9 p. m. Past Matron nf the Order of tha Eastern Star, Reliance Chapter 62. CROWLEY In Medford. suddenly. Sept. 5. Daniel J. Crowley of 45 Stanley av., formerly of Charlestown. Son of the late Daniel J. and Catherine T. O'Connell Crowley. Funeral from The Gaffey Memorial Funeral Home, 43 High s.. Medford sq., on Wednesday. Sept. 8, at 8 a. m. Solemn High Mass at M. Joseph s church at a o clock Relatives and friends Invited. Visiting hours 3 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. Late member Local I. L. A. S799 Ind. EVENING DEATH NOTICES oidmttu Tr, MaMen. Sent, fi Alice F, (rarrari, wur ui ine late p,, tJarnum. services at ine -a.Y" j Unma. 771 Salem St.. MaolewOOd sq.. Thursday at 2 p. m. Visiting hours Tues. and Wed. 3-5 and 7-9. COAKLEY In Dorchester, Sepl. e. John J. oeioveo son ui mus. (Finn) and Patrick D. Coakley. late residence. 74 Mayfield st Funeral from the Charles E. Colbert & Son Funeral Home. 12 Savin Hill avL on Thursday morning. Solemn Hign Mass of Requiem in St. Williams Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends Invited. Visiting hours lues-day 7 to 10. Wednesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. CORB1SHLEY In Waltham. Sept. fl, and Mrs. Jonathan V. Corbishley of DAVIS Suddenly, ln Kittery, Me.. Sept. D. James uavis, iormeny ot Mone- Meehanie st Funeral from tha M T Dockray and Son Funeral Home. 455 Washington St.. Thursday at 8 a. m Solemn High Mass of Requiem in St John's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Vistt-ing hours Monday 7 to 10 p. m.. Tuesday and Wednesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. LANNI In Newton. Sept. 5, Francesca. ur:tu,eu wiie ui jonn u. uanni ot .10 Emerald St., and mother of Joseph and Constanttne Lanni, Mary Lanni, Mrs. Josephine D'Angelo and Mrs. Elizabeth Soane. Funeral from the Joseph G. Valente Funeral Home, fi97 Washington st.. Newtonville. Wednesday, Sept. 8. at 8 a. m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at the Church of Our Lady at 9 a. m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Visiting hours 2 to 5. 7 to 10. LEAVENWORTH (LTVENE) On Sat- uraay, sept. 4. In Norfolk. Va . Lester Stanley Leavenworth. Major. USA Reserve, Corps of Engineers', beloved nusoana ot vmie icoatesi. devoted father of Robert A., son of Henry M. and Ruth S. Levene of Chelsea brother of Melvin H. of Maiden. Richard of Kansas City, Mo., and Victor Levene nt San Juan, Puerto Rico, nephew of Ralph and Bertha Schein of Brookline. Services at the Levine Chapel, 470 Harvard st, Brookline. Tuesday, Sept. 7, at 11 a. m. Memorial week at the home of Melvin H Levene, 29 Magnolia st.. Maiden. Remembrances may be made to a charity of your choice. Please omit flowers. LAR2'TIn M?1!m. Sept. 6 Cornelius )!"5a nusoano ol tne late Nora tp Neil) Leary. residence 9 Chester st Funeral from the Leo M. Norton Funeral Home. 2fl7 Main St., Maiden sq . on Thursday. Sept. 9. at 8:15. Solemn Requiem High Mass at the Immaculate Conception Church at 9 o'clock Relatives and friends invited. Visit- iB duuia a iu o ana ( to I'J. CULLINAN In Cambridge, formerly of Somerville. Sept. 5. 1934. Thomas J beloved husband of the late Anne iHvani: father of Mrs. Mary Toomev Mrs. Catherine Cody John. Michaci and Thomas Cullinan. Residence 135 Otis st. Funeral from the John J. Donovan Funeral Home, 140 Otis St., Cambridge. Thursday at 8:15. Solemn ? il o D.I,. :... 5 ,V.j; CeBLANC In Hamilton. Sent R Areata J. LeBlanc. husband of Marv Adele Church at 9. Relatives and friends invited, visiting nours z-3 and 7-10. ham and Melrose, husband of Lily M (tjetnunei uavis or wuson roan. Services at Robinson Chapel. 809 Mam Melrose. Tuesday at 2:30. Friends may call at the chapel Monday evening 7-9. DEARY Of Wollaston, Sept. 4 Henry M., beloved husband of the late Elizabeth (Meehan) Deary. Funeral from his late residence, 5 Anderson road, Wednesday, Sept. 8. at 9:15 a. m. Solemn Requiem High Mass at St. Ann's Church at 10 a. m. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. Stanton Funeral Home. 199 River st. funeral trom ine Mullln Funeral Home, 16 Prospect St., Thursday, Sept. 9, at 8:15 a. m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Mary's Church at 9 o clock. Relatives and friends invited. . Visiting houra 3 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. GOULD Age 72, Allen Porter, beloved husband of Louis u. ana wiki i Mrs, Doris Parker of Wollaston. Member of John Warren Lodge, A. F. A. M Funeral services will be he d Wednesday afternoon at 2 o clock, at the Seymour Wood Funeral Home, 15 Church st . Hopkinton. Friends may call Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-B. ronvff rt rnThnrn. Sent ft. David E. Grove, in his 87th year, brother of DoYLE In Watertown, Sept. 5, Ka Frank C. of Braintree. Mass. Funeral . enrle m Beatty). beloved wife service Wednesday. Sept. 8. at l. . William G. Doyle. Funeral from f. m. at tne noperis juiin-i oxboro. Cremation at Forest Hills. HORAN ln Sotith Weymouth. Sept. 7, Lillian (HerTernani beloved wife of Thomas Homan of 1132 Middle st Funeral from the McDonald Funeral Home, corner Charles and Middle its.. k ai-mniith I at Central SQ . ' . Thursday at 8 a. m. High Mass ' DUDLEY In Jamaica Pla Requiem in si. ainen mt Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours at the funeral home Tuesday 7 to 10 p. m., Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 10. KEATING Thomas V Sr.. in Quincy. the 7th, the beloved husband of Gertrude E. (Dill) Keating of 53 Cpland road, and father of Thomas V. Jr., and Mrs. Elizabeth Zoboll of Wollaston. Reposing at the Sweeney Funeral Home. 74 Elm st . Quincy Center, until Thursday morning at 8. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. John s Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are respectfully invi.ed to attend Visiting hours. Tuesday 7 to 10 Wednesday 2-5 and 7-10 P. m. Interment. Mt. Wollaston. SULLIVAN In Cambridge. Sept. 7.1 David 1. beloved husband of the late Mary iReillyl. Funeral .from the F. G. Mahoney Funeral Home. 3.33 Huron av., Thursday. Sept. 9. at solemn nign junem iim (Comeaul LeBlanc nf 531 ulchiQnH av.. Hamilton. 71 years. Funeral services will be held from the Blake Funeral Home. 45 North Main st Ipswich. Thursday. Sent. 9. at 8 a m . followed by a Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Paul's Church. Hamilton, at 9 a. m. Interment in Hamilton Cemetery. Visiting hours at the funeral home Tuesday and Wednesday. 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. LFDERMAN Minnie on Seot. fl nf 37 Bernard St., Dorchester, beloved wife of Benjamin and devoted mother of Dr. Bernard l.ederman nf Npwtnn. Harrv and David Lederman, sister of rrank, celia and Hessie CJoldberg. Services at the Levine Memorial Chapel. 394 Washington st.. Dorches ter, Tuesday. Sept. 7 at 3 p. m Memorial week at her late residence, Lewiston. Maine papers please copy Home. 196 Warren St.. Roxbury. on Wednesday at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting houra 7-10 p. m. RICHARDSON In North Cambridge. Sept. 6, 1954. residence 121 Rmdge av., Emma L. (Melvin) Richardson, beloved wife of Charles Richardson, mother of Marjorie E. of Cambridge, Mrs. Mary G. Brown of Milford. N. H., and Raymond C. of Reading. Funeral from the Edward M. Walsh Funeral Home. 2175 Massachusetts av., on Thursday morning at 8, followed by a Requiem High Mass in St. John's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hourf 2 to 5, 7 to 10. Interment Riversido Cemetery. Milford, N. H. ROBINSON In Allston, Sent. 8. Emil" (Abbott), wife of John A. Robinson of 37 Pratt st. Services at the Short U Williamson Chapel. 173 Brighton av., Allston Wednesday. Seot. 8. at 1 D m. Friends may call at the chapel 7-9 n. m. ROLCKE In Cambridge, Frank B. Rolcke. residence 63 River st.. father of Mrs. Martha Dee and John Rolcke. Funeral services) in the chapel of the Watson Funeral Home. 11 Magazine St., at Central sq . Wednesday, Sept. 8. at 11 a. m. Relatives and frienrln invited. SEARS In Wollaston. Sept. 4. Edward Haley, husband of Hattie (Waterhousel Scars. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the services at his late residence. 60 Elm av.. Tuesday. Seot. 7. at 3 o. m. Friends may visit at his late residence Monday afternoon and evening. Interment Mt. Wollaston Cemetery. In West Newton. Sept. 6. Cor nelius T.. beloved husband of the late Catherine F. (Ryan), funeral from his home. 2 Auburndale av.. Thursday at 8 a. m. Rquiem High Mass in St. Bernard's Church at 9. Relatives and friends invited. STOBER In Hyde Park, suddenly. Sent 5. Carl H., husband of Dorothy iBren-nan), of 1079 Hvde Park av. Funeral from the Hugh Cannon Funaral Hpme. 437 High St., Dedham, on Wednesday morning at 9 a. m. Solemn High Requiem Mass ln the Church of the Most Precious Blood, Hyde Park at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours on Monday 7 to 10 p. m.. Tuesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. (Retired Chief Water-tender. USN.) WALKER In Everett, formerly of East Boston, Sept. 3. 1954. Samuel Walker, brother of Mrs. Thomas McCormick, 77 Glendale st. Funeral from The Charles J. Murphy Funeral Home. 519 Broadway, on Wednesday morning at fl. followed bv a Requiem High Mass n The Immaculate Concption Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p m. WARDWELL In Natlck, Sept. 5, Myr- tle L. i Edmunds), wife of Kooen t. Wardwell of 9 Beverly road. East Natick, formerly of Belmont. Services in Gibbs Memorial Funeral Home. Route 30, Cochituate section, Wednesday, Sept. 8, at 2 p. m. Calling hour Monday 7-9 p. nv. and Tuesday 3-5 and 7-9 p. m. Relatives and friendi invited. WERNER Of Roslindale, Seot. . 6. josepn. oeioveo nusoand ot jnesune (Renk) Werner; father of Mrs. Ernestine Young of Jamaica Plain; and brother of Mrs. Marie Werner, residence. 109 Birch st. Funeral at the F. K. Higgins Funeral Heme. 4238 Washington st. (Roslindale sq), Thursday. Sept. 9, at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Tuesday. 7-10- Wednesday. 2-5 and 7-10. WHITE Of Westwood, Sept. 6, 1954. Marjorie ( Maples i. wife of Haulaway E. While, of 135 Thatcher st. Services at the First Baptist Church, Thursday, Sept. 9 at 2 p. m. Friends may call at the Westwood Chapel of Smith St Higgins Inc.. 649 High St. Visiting hours Tuesday. 7-9 p. m., Wednesday 2-4 7-9 n. m. ZAIDMAN Departed Sept. 6. Gertrude, ot il nartweu st. uorcnester, Deiovea wife of Bernard Zaidman and devoted mother of Sidney Zaidman of BrigB-ton and Elaine Zaidman of Dorchester; loving sister of Bella Pomerantf and Jennie Bergman, both of Springfield. Mass. Services at the Stanetsky Memorial Chapet- 10 Washington St., Grove Hall, Dorcf ester, Tuesday. Sept. 7. at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends invited. Memorial week at her lata residence. a a. 68 60 22 40 Jamal. 109. Mayo 7.20 4 40 Tumea, 111, Jewell 440 Time. I.2 4-5. Royal Top. Powertown. Westville Jack. Judys Runner. Wright's Wrong. Sir Walter R , Aloran. Queen Irish also ran. THIRD RACE S250O. maidens. 2-year-olds. 5 furlnrgs. jSassvSprite.llO.Boh ko 36.20 13 20 7 40 Miooen rower. iia.Koot ll.uo 7 on Sound Logic. llS.Mercier 5 80 Time. 1:01 t. Whiz. Easy Trail. Tuck r v n anu tilatr t Me In. Well fleet. Mary Godfrey. Rap- v. " w.,,..... port. Lot of Nerve also ran. ijboth Ponkapoag and Riverside to- fourth BACE-2ino claiming. 3- ..,,.-,.., Buaa. .... ... a I u3r, Wlin ine seniors ana inter- year-oios ana up. furlongs. centlemen: Plett aretnae a free i , J;.. , j , ,ii; Proud Son, 113, Bush.. 8.20 4 90 3 "0 noma dtmonttration of tha Station mediates now deu to start quality- P,..oH. u3 M,r!m . . " j 20 3 4 Jalousie. : ine rounds tomorrow at Canton's Fit Fiddle. i"8. Bohenko 5 no : ni. i Time, 1 29 1-5. Ding Ding, Seel Cable. !i t. . ' . . ... . Lorena H. Mos-id. Heres Colma. The I It Will not be known until to-! Winner. Red Comet, Hiika. FinesFun St. Paul's Church at 9 o clock Relatives and friends invited, interment Cambridge Cemetery. Visiting hours 2 to S. 7 to 10. 9 40 ' T1TXLBAUM Departed Sent. 7, Anna STETSON WINDOW CORP M Concord Are., Belmont, RUta. NAME. ----- Rain-swept courses prevented STREET- morrow morning whether the aiso CtTY STAT ;,,;- J;.,;.;.n ;..i..;nM u. ti1 IJU1UU1 U1V131,,1J, lllVlUUtllg 4j 1 to 16-year-olds, will be able to j play at Rievrside due to the con-! ! ciition ct the Weston course. ' Psetfle Ceast Leetse Hollv-srood 7-n. Seattle 3-1. San Frarcisco 4-1. Portland 2-1. San Diego 10-O. Oakland 0-3 Sacramento 0-0. Los Angeles (-4. R. (Lomasney 1 of 176 Broadway. Somerville. beloved wite of Dr. Harnett C. Titelbaum and devoted mother of Leroy M. Titelhaum. USA; Robert A. Titelhaum. Belmont; Melvin G. Tltetbaum. Somerville. loving sister of Ethel Sternberg. Quincy: Barney Lomasney. Roxbury; Louis Lomasney. North Attleooro; Abe Lomasney, Newton. Services at the Slanetsxv Memorial Chapel". 1668 Beacon St. Brookline. Wednesday, Sept. 8 at 10 a m. Relatives and friends invited Memorial Week at the residence of her son, Robert A. Titelbaum. 15 Houghton road. Belmont. Visiting hours at tne chapei. Tuesday. Sept. 7, . 30 to 9:30 p. m. I. e. T. W LOCAL NO. I We regret to announce the death of Edward J. Hally. Funeral from the F J. Higgins Funeral Home. 4230 Washington atj Roslindale. Wednesday at 8am Solemn Requiem Mass in the iHoly Name Church at s J. F. Donnelly. Pres J. F. urn st., Wednesday, Sept. 8, at 8 a. m. riign Mass of Requiem at the Sacred Heart Church. Mt. Auburn, at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 P. m. Sent. .1. 19o4, Sarah Lotta (Emery), wife nf the late Charles Tarbell Dudlev smd mother of Mrs. Cecile Dudley Watson and the late Wade Dudley. Services will be held at the Bigelow Chapel. Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge cn Thursday, Sept. 9 at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited. Kindly omit flowers. Arrangement in charge of Mann it Mann Funeral Directors. Jamaica Plain. Kath- of th. i 86 Mt. Au- i LEVENmjn Suddenly Tuesday. Au Dl"NCAN In Boston. Elirabeth. widow of the late William Duncan of 1-A Huntington av. Services at the Graham Funeral Home. 1770 Washington St.. Hoxoury. Wednesday, at 2 p. Interment. Cedar Grove Cemet Flushing. N. Y. Visiting hours Tues day 2-4 ana p. m. rteiatives and friends invited. ERSKINE ln Natlrk. Sept. ft. lon E Erskine. husoand of Mane E. gust 31. Charles S Levenson of 111 Princeton road, tjrooklme. tx husband of Ethel "Elliot" ; devoted rather of Alvin and rvorman l,even son; brother of Mayo S. Levenson of fortiand. Me., ur. bdward J. Leven son of Newton. Mrs. Nettie Silver man of Newton and Mrs. Tillie Ash of Brookline. Services at the Levine Chapel. 470 Harvard st. Brookline. Tuesday. Sept. 7. at 12:30. Memorial Week at his late residence. LIND Of Randolph. Sept 5, Ronald, age 7. beloved son of Milton and Vir ginia 'uio uato" una of Bfi Mill st Randolph Reposing at the Ralph W. carrwrignt ana sons f uneral Home. 419 No. Main st.. Randolph. Funerai Wednesday. Sept. 8. at 8:15 . m., followed by a Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St Mary's Church at S o'clock. Relatives and friends are re spectfully invited to attend. Visiting DIIIIVCB till I napT lie) hours Monday 7-10, and Tuesday 2-4 BUNKER HILL POST NOi 26 L I ' W. Sept. 7, 1954 - j CHARLES S. LEVENSON Lati of South Broeklint at 1:15 p. . J and 7-10 Cemetery. LOCKE Of Mareilehead. Stant A Irving Locke, formerlv of Milton. 62 years. Memorial services at Story THE AMERICAN LEGION Members art nntifiavl nf tha HaK bridge, on Wednesday. S;pt S .t 1 ri.V& .w0?? bS,tei fcmenn i, requested that no o1&t,W Jm" , Ve Uaques) Erskine. 44 Fiske st. Na-iLVNCH-Of 69 Guernsey St.. Koslin-'at 8:30 p. m , for Legion ritual services" tick, in his. 34th year Funeral sery- da f- Sent 4. Margaret A (McDon-1 WILLIAM M. THOMAS. 1st Vi?i rSU ices Thursday n u a. m at the neni. oeioved wife of Michael J.imander. Lynch. Funeral from the William J B "ST 167, A. L Solemn High Mas, pf Requiem In rjJnJ Tm. """PH?" ! death of the Hclv Name Church at 10 a m 1 S?m?d,e MaJ Ert.wa,rlc Haliey. VSAF. Reianves and friends kindly invited. ,'' if'"" rltual Tuday evening at Visiting hour, 2-5. 7-10 p.V f,, TTcloT Member ,ALtedN;aTheT S'l SL.? Higgins FunerarrTo'Se! wtan"r!A-? 'O s. a!td 7 to 10 p m. Ifureral services orinpe St.. vamp arrangements later. art 11 1 .la.-,i, rtl.n.l ill VL'aiV, ington St. Natick. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday from 7-9 p m.. and Wednesday from 2-4 and 7-9 p. m. In ueu of flowers friends are asked to donate to the Heart Fund fKAUu-in watertown. set. 5. Jen-;MACALE In New York city Frank F Farago. Funeral from the Stanton Funeral Home. 7 Mt. Auburn st . Wednesday. Sept. 8. at 9 a. m. High Mass of Reouiem at the Sacred Heart Church. Mt. Auburn, at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours 2 to i and 7 to 10 p. m. attend at . DeVlto Funeral Home. 392 CW'EDWARD D OTOVNnn r a tamoridge. Complete:JAMES FBAHFH. Artit,.i . Donovan. Tin. Sear. FOLEY In Charlestown. Sept. 5. 1954 Thomas T. Foley, beloved son cf the late Daniel and Mary (Barry) Foley; brother of Com Daniel J. Folev. Bunker Hill Post No. 28, A. L. Funeral from the Frank H. Carr Funeral Home. 220 Bunker Hill st. Thursday at 8 15 Solemn High Mass of Requiem in St. Mary's Church at 9 a. m. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. La' member of Bunker Hill Post No. 26. A L. I L A . No. 799. O'Connell Assembly, The Holy Name Society. olomon FUNERAL HOME an c9tiTiEi lint rgie 420 HARVARD ST, BROOKLINE AS T-ttTT-AS 71621 FLOWERS TcR7e7io 124 Tremont St. LI ?.n 1 7 I

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