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Nineteen THE BOSTOli DAILY GLOBE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1947 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOA4 "MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS MUSICAL INSTKCMliN DEATH NOTICES Deaths and Funerals DINAN tn Roxbury, Nov. 10. Edrnun6 rilnn rformerlv of Dorchester). Relatives and friends may visit a J. J.

Good and Sons Funeral Home. 3J6. Dudley st. Visiting hours Tujaaa BOYLSTOX PIANO CO. Buy Now Deposit Will Hold Any Piano Until Christmas PRICES REDUCED on such famous make Grands as STEINWAY CHICKERING ESTEY KRANICH BACH BRAMBACH to ana i to iu p.

m. 2 to 4 p. m. Willard W. Everett NORWOOD, Nov.

10 Willard Winn Everett, 69, 76 Winter feature editor of the Norwood Daily Messenger and long known an this Rev. George Chaput Hudson Pastor Served in Danvers, Cochituate DQNEIAN In CambridBe. the ninth. Frank beloved husband of Elizabeth Seery, of. 188 road, fu neral from ma joaepn J.

ivrucy Funeral Home, 336 BroadWay. fSntimhur ut a rn. Solemn diea SPECIAL CHICKERING GRAND, $595 High Mass of Requiem at Sacred Heart Church, Mt. Auburn, at o'clock. Rela 43 HKH iT MEPfOftD MYS 7700 rtTfcnw George town "unofficial mstoria rirtTSSt tSeltoday at Norwood Hospital, town' "unofficial historian, dav at Norwood Hosmtal.

3 Uprights, $65 up tives and frienos invnca. hours 3-5 and 7-10 P. m. Late mernbet Of the Leslie F. Hunting Camp 12, finanish War Veterans.

Kin- here. was graduated irem flmni Prf i iBChtS hospftal He College In 1901 and became a direc died today in a Boston nospna. Histnrv Museum He was graduated from Amherst tor of the Natural History Museum DEATH NOTICES LOANS S100 TO SI 000 4 Kn nastor here since 184. D'ONOFRIO Of Watertown. died In the MORRIS-In Chelsea.

Good Selection of New SPINETS BUDGET PLAN 230 BOYLSTON STREET COM. 2636 SuTTh n9 service or nis eouniry in vc. at Rochester, N. Y. Later ne De-came a corresDondent of the New nvpfl nilSUilllU ui 35 Morris.

Funeral from his home 12. at intnn kt. On Your OWN SIGNATURE, Car, Furniture, Etc One day service, 20 months to repay. Friendly, pleasant, private offices. c' Hioh funeral Mass in USA.

beloved son of Thomas S. and Fiance (Torello) D'Onofno. Reposing at his home. 7 Orchard Water-town, from 8 p. m.

Monday until York Sun at Springfield, and after that became an advertising solicitor for the Boot and Shoe Recorder In Si M'i Church at 9 a. L'e mem- her of Mill Hill NaturalUatlon Ciuo. jlativa and frfenda most kindly FDRNITUHK. KTC. New York and Boston.

COME IN OK PHONI Returning to Norwood In the to Amazing early 30s he conducted an historical survey or tne town, in io ne oc-rame editor of the Messenger and MUROOCH-ln Cnelsea. Nov. K'ffi beloved husband of Mary E. t-ougn-fin Murdoch and father of Sister Therese Marauerite, N. D.

Funeral from the CaFunWalome. 295 Washington on Wednesday morning at 8.15. followed by a Solemn Funeral Mass i of Re-Uiiim at Our Lady of Grace Churcn at and friends are PIANO SALE f. ft I) l'N ETM M. A RS sua up-Eai-ov Terms.

CHARLKS A. ROAS PIANO -p. 110 SUMMER BOSTON PlaTBlNCWS CO.raaff Boylston PRIVATE, complete drum set. $235. 26 Frothingham Charlestown.

left that position to manage a local PRACTICAL BANKERS inc. 48 Summer Boston, LIB. 9696 Lie. 20 ARLINGTON CAMSRIDQK MALDIN 4J2A Mata. a.

J52 An, 91 riaaaant St ARL. 7987 t. SA12 Mat. M40 Lla. 91 Ma.

J34 II. 103 Loons J300 or less reouioted under Stat Supervision Church. Wednesday at 10 o'clock, Hela-. tives and friends are kindly invited to Vt. member Burnh.m-Manning Post 1105, V.

W. St Patrick's Cemetery, Water-town. DOOLEY In Billerica. formerly of 36 BrSadway, Cambridge. Nov.

9. 1947. Joeph Fj" beloved husband Cora R. (Nixon) feooley. brotherof John and Havld DooJey Cambridae.

Mrs. Mary Me.ke of Medford. Funeral from the John J. Donovan Funeral Home. 140 Otis st.

East Cambridge. Wednesday at 815. Funeral High Mass at St. Mary's y.ir..,tT Mnrtniir tit CambridKe. at 9.

store. In 1948 he returned to tne MeKnencer as its feature editor kindly invited to attend. Visiting hours, 91-R nrf 7-1(1. He was a charter member of the Norwood Historical Society and a O'BRIEN-In South Boston, Nov.J. Johg.

A native of LoweU. Fr. Chaput studied for the priesthood at St. Johns Seminary in Brighter. He ordained on Oct 20, 1918 iy the 3 late Cardinal O'Connell.

His first lnmrnt was as a curate at the i Annunciation Church Danvr' whtte he remained until 1931 when he was made pastor of St Zepherln Church in Cochituate. In 1939 he became pastor of St. Catherine's Church In GranitevUle iund six years later was transferred to Hudson. The Office of the Dead will be chanted Wednesday afternoon at 4 at the Church of Christ the King, where the body will lie in state. A children's mass will be celebrated at his own church Thursday morning st 8, a solemn high mass of requiem will be celebrated at lOat St Michael's Church here.

The funeral mass Is being held at St Michael's because Ft. Chaput own church is not large enough to ac-" commodate all who wish to attend. Celebrant will be Rev. Ed-' ward U. Conroy, pastor ot St.

Church, assisted by Rev. A Drnopau. nastor of St Relatives and friends invited. mem KSSS omeriBWest-Broadway (at a gt) Wednesday morning at 8. tie-ouiem High "Mass ln SS Peter Paul ber OI Vernon jyiacauiaj; L.

veteran World War 1. YES We Like fo M4e ILQAMS EVERETT In Norwood, Nov. 9. Willard Churcn at J5ur'" i hours. 3 to 5 and 7 to 10.

member of the board of trustees of Morrow Memorial Library from 1920-44. He leaves a wife, Florence, and two daughters Mrs. Stanley Cot-trell of Norwood and Carroll Everett of the Special Services Division, USA, at Augsburg, Germany. Services will be held Wednesday at 2:30 p. m.

in the First Congregational Church. BEAUTIFUL VOSE baby nA. reasonable; forced to vacate. T30' WANfEDBabyniGrantf" Piano om prlv nartv. Blu.

8920. MUSIC ''uNnR TUNED AND REPAIRED NEW SPINETS $469 Church. Walpole Norwood, Wednesday, Nov. 12th at p. m.

Relatives and friends invited, i.npotunt M. Licensed ly ht aute foi' loan of '00 oi- FERGUSON -In Brigntpn. Nov. 9. 19.

loved wlf. of the late James of 1 SSSk Sn Mary Anne (Anerai, gooley. County Cork. Ireland, beloved wife of Patrick Ferguson, of 3J Lincoln st Funeral from the J. Warren Sul livan Funeral ome, ja n.iMnn wrtnriav at a.

m. Solemn Vi. aaar K'iat as VIS" fV ends are invited. Kindly omit flow.rs. Visiting hour 3.8 and 7-10 p.

Sunn at HAIDIN 451 Kala Straat 5 Hlh Mail of Rpqulem at St. Anthony Church, at 9 a. m. Relatives and fronds fhvited. Visiting hours a to 5 and 7 DEATH NOTICES STOVER-In Maiden, Nov.

10. Church. Lvnn. deacon, and to 10. CORRECTION 5140 eVSC2 3081 0210 6800 3536" 83SO 2337 DOWNTOWN 80 Bayliten St.

MU.2-1723 )l0f00--10 Hlrt JJt MV 7 OOWNTOWN40 Broad St. HU.2-4J NEWTON 231 BROOK LI 269 Harnt St. AS.7-0084 SUIgCY 1 ltaStrart M.J. KI.7-2B00 M.7 CH.J-2266 SOBIBVlUt 1J0 Dtnr St. DO CH ESTER 7 61 a ley St' CS.5-5378 WtTHJ71 Marty St.

U.7 JiJiMTiUll Braad.av EVJ-460S WOIUM J25 Mala Striet WS.2 Stover, age Home of Rev. Paul M. Martin of St Joseph's Church. Salem, Eulogist FORRESTER-In South Boston. Nov.

8. otiveR In Somerville. Nov. 10. sdlrmorning at Solemn Reft vV and STVr.

Danie? Phelan. Funeral from her fltV GeoVgTForter: nii Rev. Georee T. Duplessls, St. Funeral irom ino IW.

Na. ST. i. 17. 10.

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SOI. 13. 13. IIS. parish priest at St Alphonse's sons Funeral nome.

iv Wednesday, Nov. 12, at Herbert E. Mew MELROSE. Nov, 10 Services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 in the Robinsdrt chapel. 809 Main st, for Herbert E.

Mew, 58, for more than 40 years affiliated with the New England Confectionary Cambridge. He died yesterday at his home, 109 Mount Vernon av. He was a member of Prospect Lodge, A. F. A.

M-. Waverly Royal Arch Chapter of Melrose and Harmony Chapter, E. S. of Wakefield. He leaves his wife, four daughters, Mrs.

Winifred Lyman of Maiden, Mrs. Dorothy Ludwig of Jamaica riain, Mrs. Helen King of heral Mass at the Gate ot Church in eeveny. William J. Murdock Best Used Bargains.

HUB. S484. Chickering 4-foot pianos, $50, $75. S85. Spinets $295.

Grands $1250 up. We slash all prices. Terms. Open W-d. Eves.

Till 9 P. M. HALLET A DAVIS. 80 Summer St. Only a block, trout PIANOS WAITED Small, medium irsndi, iplnett, playr Top prices at onoo.

I.IH, 1140. RMsT OFtETTER FUBNITIJBE NOW SS74 WAS $800 INCLUDES 5-piece kitchen set. 8-piece bedrm. set. 9-piece living rm, et; combination Zrmth radio, automatic clprtric washing niacblnfi.

or refrlgeratori takt. id months to nay. everything guuranleed, A.co- Wi sirgr -I AM INTERESTED- IN purchasing antiques, bureaus, tables, painted china, old silverware, all kinds of bric-a-brac, oil paintings, rugs, vases, anything of interest. GROPEY'S. 27 Lowell Laf.

4690. Church at 9 a. rn. JReiattyes ana respectfully Invited. VistUng hours 2-0 FOSTER In Boston.

November 9. N'Uie n.wwi.. a Snmnpr Foster. Co lege Marlboro, and the Nurses: be- The funeral of William J. Mur-dock.

78, a pioneer in the manufacture of radio equipment, will be gervicea at 2:30 p. November 12, at Jonesport, Maine. Inter-( (irwnwimi Cemetery. Port HOME OWNERS Beacon at. Boston; Laf- 60a- Sud7t 2ND MTGE.

LOANS MO LOANS TO HH ESTATE WVNO. 2. ii iii rr-m Business Opportunities J.nhteroAahre"lufo She land and Bangor, Maine, papers please was a held Wednesday with a high mass at 9 a. m. in Our Lady of Grace emy ment private.

ROACH In South Boston, November a. Catherine beloved daughter of the lati Edward and Catherine Havey) of Erased. Hl.glna Funeral Home. 520 JlKu ol-way. on Wednesday at 9 followed Solemn aj Mass at th Rate of Heaven Churtti at -iv virhfeo copy.

OALLIVAN-In noxbury, Nov. nd th la survived by her husbantl. Mrs. Church. Chelsea.

He died yesterday a and Marv M. (Car- mt hi home. 74 franklin st. uneisea four ttiildien, jonn Mar" Jranc.s fe tnrmfriv nt Jamaica In 1904 he established the William Plain. Funeral from the residence of VLHtum Murray, at one TtilPV of MariDoro.

Murdock Company in cneisea. TMnv7 12. at rhairmin nf the board of direc- o'clock. Intermeniw.n olSSfReTauVS friends most SEWING MACHINES Wanted 1000 Singer SEWING MACHINES $13 to $50 FOR DROPHEADS Elec. Singer up to $125 Boi Tops up to $1 J.

J. MacWlLLIAMS 1406 DORCHESTER AVC.M.y AJgl filMIO SINGERS WANTED 1IHMI WHITE RD. BOBBINS FOR EXPORT We Have the Best Market We Pay Highest Prices in N.E. Han. 03011.

Mi Carroll. ar Nta WRITE LIBERTY BOSTON 4t nlO WANTED-1000 SEWING MACHINES SINGERS, $15 TO $35 ELECTRIC SINGERS, UP TO $125 Elec. Appl. Hig. 7966 828 Wash.

140 Waah. SI. dSu7t tors of the Broadway National Bank of Chelsea, he was a trustee th. Chelsea Savings Bank, and st Mary's Cemetery, Minoru. gan) Bonan.

Funeral from int Hts0 Mail Aas'n. lrinrilv lnvileQ. TABER-In, Revere Nohv. GRAGES-In, South Boston, suddenly. in) Tabir." Funeral from hisa n.

past president of the trustees of Chelsea Memorial HospitaL He was at St. Reichlnnd Tuesday at SoleBmSC, High Mai. of lSvHedeCk ck. Rela- Columbia, S. C.

ana juuuan or Morose and a son, Harold E. of this city. DEATH NOTICES ALLEN Mri. Martha C. Allen of 36 Glendale road, Sharon, wife of Stratford B.

on Nov 8. Servjceaat the first Congregational Cnurch. Sharon, on Tuesday, Nov. 11, at 3 p. in.

BARBR1CK In Everett, Nov 9. Went-worlh. husband of Ronalie dhabot bar-brick of 11 Hancock at. uneral rv-icei will be held at the Chapel ntJ. Z.

Henderaon 817 Broadway. Wednesday at a p. m. Relatives and friends Invited, BERRY In Dorchester. Nov.

9, Fred V. Berry, date of 27 Grampian Way. Funeral services at tha J. B. Cole and Son Funeral Home.

490 Columbia Road, on Wednesday. Nov. 13 at a Rela. tives and friend Invited. hours 3 to 4 and 7 to 10 p.

m. BOUR QUE In West Medford, Nov. SSrry P' Grate, of 278 it FuSeVai hom the James F. O'Donneli KKeral Home, 117 DDchester st Thursday. Nov.

13. at 8 a. ioi-Slied by High Masa of Requiem in St Augustine's Church at o'clock Relatives and friends invited. Visiting Kmira a to 5 and 7 to 10. also a member of trie uneisea no tary Club and an honorary mem k.

-f th American Legion, service, at the A. E. Long Memorial rhaAi-l 4 Beech corner Mass. CaVb1ldge. Wednesday.

Nov. 13. THFAL-In 0' Imvm a wife, two sons. George relfa "eral from her aye SARGENT In Pittsburgh. Perm Nov.

Robert E. Sargent, at the home of his GUSTTN Of Belmont, suddenly. Nov. ass ves 12 at 8-30 a Requiem High Rel.t. in, Robert 3, atf fnftnni CTeT SrEefiiUC leech coSier Massachusetts av North Cambridge, Thuday, Nov.

13. 2 p. m. Chapel visiting hours oaiiy 4rAm A tn ft D. m.

e'rion Funeral Home, Orleans, on SENSATIONAL BARGAIN OF sample American Oriental rugM Sarouk and Kirmashah designs. 8x11, $68.50: Bxl2. $74.50. For details. East Boston 051 6-M; 5 Thornton Revere; eves.

Revere 3s3u7t.ps Gfopey's WUI Buy- Marble top furniture, picture frames, clocks, bric-a-brac oil pamtings. etc, 27 LOWELL ST. LAF. 4(iutl 5t nio, "Wanted, Cut Glass, China GROPEY'S. 27 Lowell 4RM.

wBTedgrand piano Oriental rur, dininr sett Kr. webu uTeFfurnit re OLICK S. CA. Bt HIGH GRADE USED RUGS BOUGHT AND SOLD ARMORY, 778 BEACON, COM. 4048 dSuHOt nl TOTSKE-ln Boston.

W.Arthur $2200 VARIETY AND GROCERY STORE Located In busy tauare in doing $400. rent $55, with lease. Owner must sell due to sickness. We finance our buyer. FRANCIS BUCKLEY CO.

84 Union 8., Somerville. Pre, 4449 Opan all ay Tne.day aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa A SQUARE DEAL WE allow trial before you decide: men or womm, cash for your spar time, operating a route of our fast-eat money making vending machine: easy work; no selling; 6ft fi up to $200 monthly or more: $2S starting capital required, write, giving phone, age and gparg hours to 378. Globe office. 2t nlO DRY CLEANING STORE FOR SALE Located at 82 Genera! H. Devlne way.

South Boston project, near Andrew excellent opportunity for go-getter: 1500 families at doorstep; see it and if interested rail Col. 8235. Ak for MR. yiSHMAN. dSu7t nlO YOUNG MAN.

AGE 18-24 PERMANENT, good-paying position: must be single, neat appearing and desirous of learning salesmanship, to assist and work with sales manager. Apply 10 to 13 daily. CT A. MILLER. Hotel Lenox; don't phone Sud4t r.9 LIVE WIRE VARIETY, GROCERY EAST S0 WK.

AND MORE OLD ESTAB. place, nice quipped: right party can do well: other great buys at PROCTOR HARDING In North Attlcboro. Nov ip. formerly 01 Services SCIABA-Of Dorchester, at Island, in th Pacific area. Jeb.

12. ia msntnrn naraini. vs. rm Sewing Machines Wanted HIGHEST oriea pald.lAf 1043. ANY make sewing Tnachlneadlusted in your home: authorized aency.

R. M. WHITE'S, Han. 4100. SINGER WHITE MWlnar mathWa Catherine ju Deiovea the late Alfred G.

Bourque and rnother of Florence B. Bourque of 178 Mystic-St. Extension. Funeral from the Gaffey Memorial Funeral Home. 43 Hifln Medford on Wednesday, Nov.

12, at 8 a. m. Requiem Mass at St Josephs Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and North AtneDoro, nwiw" garet ChurchUl. of 2 Albion road JMed-lord Mass.

Service in the Wilson on rniiB Somerville, V'f Vr'nds" ire" respectfully PhM 3c NataUJ. Sciana. Dominic and Carmela, (Carnabucii icirT.uner? SSL b. 12. atiyes.

Ever- invited to attend, Midway. Mass. coaman Tm. of Re- TOWNSEND By accident in Boston. Nov.

C. beloved husband of Mar- Thursday, Nw. 13, at 2 P.m. noun i ft Wilson iarlora Tuesday and WednesdayT 7-8 p. m.

Interment in 6ak Grovi Cemeftry. Medlod. a AamM llTntaVtcirrt VnV. 10. MSrV Pip'; Church 9.

Relatives and. friends are wanieo, anjr cunuiuvm, 7 to 10 p. m. and Tuesday, a to anu 7 to 10 cm. nin may cau irom v.

SECQRD At the Cu.hing Gjmeral Hos- BRUCE In Reading, Nov. 9. Mrs. Bride iMurphy) Bruce, a the, home of her MW Carter, aj Beacon "ic. (Milett, Hassett.

Wife of, the Services JFW SSSfe. W5- a 1rt7ltfn daughter, Mrs. Reading. Services at, tne Edgerly tr Bessom Funeral Home, 743 Main ic it BSXIW Mass of in P. Funeral service at the A.

E. at 2 P. rn. Kriend. Lmib Massachusetts av.

Fu- Reading. Wednesday. Nov. r. at a and relatives may call Tues- Reau'iem at St.

Oiarles' Church at Kequiem di, ravary Friend day afternoon 2 to 4 and eves, i to ffiends are irEATING AND COOKING 10 H.P. BOILER 2 vertical high pressure Hodge Boilers. Being aold on account oi change over. MALDEN KNITTING MILLS 80S Eastern Maiden. Masa.

3t nil invited, visuma i in Sunday. Monday, Tuenday, 4-9 p. m. yiuoli nmit flnwerfl. Invited to" sttend.

Vlsitfng hour. 3 to BURNS In Charlestown, Nov, 8, Annla (Buckley), beloved wife of the late ut.kk,i niirm. rMnr 1 Grant court, and mother of Mrs. John Har Funeral from hi. late rington of Charlestown and Mrs.

t-atn-erlne Harrington of Somerville. Funeral from the home of her son. Michael L. ttornt 131 Dannlnllin mt F.aat Boston. of Reading and William J.

of Melrose; three daughters, Sister There Marguerite, S.N.D, of Boston: Mrs. Charles F. McCauley. Rochester. N.

and Mrs. Robert Lynn, of Melrose. John C. Carter DAN VERS, Nov. 10 John C.

Carter. 59. of 215 Locust st, stock manager of the local Sylvania Elec- trie Products plant died today Beverly HospitaL Active in Masonic circles, Mr. Carter was a member of the Amity Lodge of Danvers, He was also a member of the Second Corps Cadets of Salem; Aleppo Temple and the Essex County Electrical Association. He leaves a wife; four sons, Karold G.

of Boxford, Chester W. of Topsfield and Bertram G. and Charles both of Danvers; a daughter, Mrs. Robert Peering of Danvers. and a sister, Mrs.

Perley B. Jordan of Danvers. Services will be held at the Crosby home Wednesday at 2 p.m., Mrs. Lena Traister TfEWBURYPORT, Nov. 10 Mrs.

Lena Traister, 40. of 240 High wife of Louis Traister, president of Ahavas Achim Synagogue, died to-V night at Ann Jaque HospitaL Mrs. Traister was active in the Hadassah and Other Jewish charitable organizations. Besides her husband she leaves her mother. Mrs.

Ethel Greenstein; two sisters, Mrs. Herbert Holtz and Mrs. Louis Shapiro, and two Abraham and Louis Green- Ostein. Services will be held at the synagogue at 10 a. m.

tomorrow. vZXZm iii Savin Hill Wednesday. 12 1 at High, Majs Church MVfe mUUpemtynvrt8eda to attend. WARE In Randolph, suddenly. Nov.

10. RorSrt husband of Dorothy (Cous-wire Funeral from the fori square XftfiJ BUSINESS 1 tH, 10J seigraae. Vd Suincy. until Thursday morn- Wednesday morning at 8. Solemn rar.

AMP. Ini Vt I m. Solemn High Majs pi Requiem High Mass at St Francis de Sales Church at 9 c7clock. Relatives and friends invited. vfsitmVu.

2-5 and 7-io p. m.J Ute member! It Bishoo Chaveru, AssemWyj Fourth Desree, K. of Eliott Kvited to RVRwrTn Ttmllnrlale. Nov. 10.

John 3.. Association ano oi. COPy. lMUIlft avw beloved husband of Catherine, (Cur- ley) Byrne. Funeral rrom nis iaie nome.

83 Sycamore Thursday. Nov. 13, at 10 a. m. Solemn Requiem Mass in and Sheehan.

Funeral from residence, 11 mnenii Mass Wxtnuday at 8 a. m. Requiem Mass Sacred Heart Churcn at ciock. D.laliu.a -frijnri invited. Ldte KALAMAZOO FURNACES for immediate installation, 10-year replacement guarantee, Lrnace repairing Call Kir.

8327 for free estimate. KALAMAZOO SALES SERVICE 2348 Mass. Cambridge, dSu7t IMMEDIATE DELIVERY NEW ENGLAND MAID DOUBLE oven oil and gas kitchen range. PROSPECT STOVE AP- FUEL OIL TANKS charter member John J. Williams Coun fn St.

Gregory's Church at o.iotiu.. anrt friends invited. Expirt Window Trimmer FOR drus stores only; booking dates now for Christmas windows and after Christmai changes. 415. Globe office.

3t nlO Jfewelry Factory COMPLETELY equipped, modern: interested Tn active partner or will sell outright. A. SHAPIRO. 683 Main Maiden. TThFS nil TAVERN OR PACKAGE STORE WILL buy anywhere for cash: tend full details 474, Globe office.

ChiroDody Office fr-iendTinyiteld. Late HORGAN-In Dorcher Nov Timothy cil. 1308. CARROLL Ambrose In Quincy. Nov.

8, the beloved son of the late Thomas and Julia (Crowley) Carroll of 25 Carroll's lane. Reposing at the Sweeney Cmorai Hnme. 7 Flm lit until Wed 1 OH. vaV) Horn7 father of France. Mrs.

John A. Nawn and Mrs. James PCon-iYu, A Funeral from his late home, 42 SaHamore Wednesday, Nov. 12, at 8 15 a m. Solemn High Mas.

ai bi nesday morning at 8 o'clock. High Mass of Requiem at St. Mary's Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend. Visiting hours at the funeral noma Tuesday a to 6 fiends Lat.ember Hirshberg.

France. H. Lewta, ancTBenjamin Florence. Service at the Wmthf N3o7v. rulTiJl Pi se Funeral Home 439 Washington st Braintree.

Wednesday, Nov. 12. at lnck Friends may visit at thp funeral home Tuesday afternoon and evening. WOODWORTH In Melrose. Nov.

8. Miss Grace AT Woodworth. sister of Everett g' Wood worth of Arlington and Mrs. Ella Waterman of Somerville and Mrs. Wlanche Merrill of Fort Worth, Tex.

Service, at Woodlawn Cemetery Chapel Everett, Wednesday at 2 P. m. Friends may call at the "SSi David Fudge and Son. 100 High- yii svp. iiTuisdekyfrom 3 to 5 PosSnrthV tVe licr ajj Mary (Hassey) Wright.

Funeral from the James Curnane Funeral Home. 516 Veteran of World War I. immwmmm LARGE South Shore city. and 7 to 10. f-A CJT In Jamaica Plain.

NoV. 10, 3t n8 Boston Consolidated Gas Company pen Globe since sioners uuo, ROXBURY TAVERN STAJHAn Weymouth. Nov 9 Isabel Radiators Conveetors ASSORTED sizes; new; "sonabla prices. 22 Raw son st, South Boston, Sud3t n9 ig HCESSPOOLS CLEANED ANDREWS. LASELL 7817.

HORN In West Somerville, Nov 9, 1947, Julia T. (WalshK wife of Charles J. Horn, fesidence eiA Pritchard av. funeral from the George L. Doherty Thomas Dejovea nusDana or Annie fO'Rielley) Casey, residence 6 Eldridge road.

Funeral from the F. J. Higgins Funeral Home (formerly Adams), 4238 Washington st. (Roslindale Thurt- T. H.

JACKSON. ai ATI ON. Funeral Home. 63 Warner ra row- in St. Andrew of the Apostles Church at n'rlork.

Relatives and friends Solemn Mass of Requiem in St. Clem ent's Churcn at PtaUyes and invited. Late retired member Carmen's Cpssnools and Drains STOTERAU-in Dormeiter. Nov. 9.

Eva (Goodwin), wife of the late John E. StoUraT ani' mother of Donald R. residence 106 Alexander at rit-ndi are invneu. v.jikj St? Edmund H. McCarthy I Vnton No.

6BB. visiting nours xueso to 10 and Wednesday 2 to 10 p. CLEANED. BUILT. STADIUM 1550.

Mattresses Remade Hyde Pk. Matt. VPh. j-r- SewInFMachines Wanted ANY TYPE. CALL COL 0284.

'Mattresses Remade WALTHAM BEDDING, WAL 0228. Sud6t n9 ROACHES $1 ROOM 2- YR. guan, WANTED Singer Sewing Machine Ma dasiart pleas, aall anytima. KIR. 2884.

3t nlO A 5-PIECE living-rm. repossessed, was $268. now $100. includes tables and lamps: Kene wa take 15 months to pay. SUREMlS FURNITURE 700 Washington Lib.JB872.

-J1? CREDENZA. 8 pc. mahog. Dun. Phy.

din. pc. Uv. comb, cons. rugs.

misc. 87 Chandler W. 1st fl. Tues. Wed.

COMPLETE walnut bedroom set, perfect condition, very reasonable. Bl 4934: 33 Hosmer Mattapan. FOR SALE Chippendale solid mahogany dining set in first-class condition, consisting of 54 round table, buffet, china closet, chairs (leather seats); will sell for $200 36 Bartlett Wmthrop; Ocean 1872. FOR SALE Misc. furniture, living room set, electric refrigerator, used five yeaTs; must sell this week.

35J Seaver Hig. 4494. 2t njl FOR SALE Beautiful teakwood tabic. Call Worcester 2-4267 311 Main Worcester. Suci3tjn9 MUST SELL "tt will sell ihcaP One 3piecr living room one 7-plece dining room set.

If tall BW 3.145; 27.4 Decrins road Mattapan, Mass. MOVING Y5th7 must sell 7-PC. waj-nut full-size bedroom set. $100. 448 Newton.

NEW mod. 8-pc. walnut din. rm, set. uled 4 mos.

445 Washingtont. PARLOR set, curtains, lamps, tables, small rugs. ELFBAUM. 4 Vmal Brighton. Bea.JUjg, UPHOLSTERING repairs of all kinds, work done in your home, reasonable.

Ruggles 3318; 19 Crestpnt. WANTED Good 9xl2g7Trom private party. Com. 6312. 1-5 P.

m. 25t ni SPIECE walnut bedrm. set. inclucp ing 4 poster bed with pineapple top. $70; mahogany oval gate leg table.

$30; 2 Karistan almost new. $15 ea. Mys. 0568-J. 'L'-i2 3- PIECE living room! divan Jed, 1 red ad green chair; $75.

46 Huron circle. DorchaibotJ5083. 1 43PC. BEDROOM SET with soring matUreas. Tel.

Eve. 3035-M. 7 to 8 p. 133 7-FOOT Frigidaire and chrome kitch-. en set.

practically new, price $2o0. 343 Beacon stmerville; 3 ROOMS. FURNISHED. Call Bja- eon 1392. tcttwtoN- Nov.

10 word was re- CHALMERS In Revere. Ncv. 8. Catherine nee Strachan. of 197 Hitrh-borne formerly of East Boston, wife FSe Home, 84 'KSit w.w Nov.

12. at 8:15 a. rn. Kequiem widow of Henry H. W.

Keith of 35 Norwood av. Service at the Eaton funeral Homo, 1351 Highland Needham, Wednesday, Nov. U. at 1 of tne late William a. t-naimeis.

-nersl services are to be held at tha A. Rollins Funeral Home, 300 Meridian uiov, mm at St Paul Churcn it S4nS. kindly invited. Visiting hour. 2 8 and 7-10 P.

m. 2rTJ 1 Tliart Church at a. m. Beta- KELLEHER In AJlston. Nov.

10, at his JWWl nwon, 13, at 2 p. Relative, and frlonds i fnuun. l.i Halifax, N. papers To thi Mcmbirs of U. A.

livestanj '-yj IjiHm NO. 1787, FOR SALE Girl's bicycle, name. Packard, size 28 condition ex-cefient. dall werk day he ween a. tn.

and 5j. m. Sou.0fl50.3tnl0 FOR SATJE PractlcaUy new McCea kitchen range, excellent condition, white poret'lain. price $H5, cash. Call Rev.

41H0-W. 2t nlO FOR SALE Steam Tadiators. aj 5 aizesTgheap. MAL. HOT air heater, practically new, with blower.

Wat. 9039. JERRY BUYS iron, highest Price. home. i innsim VvTi of Jeremiah and Annie (Hickey) Kel-feher.

Funeral from the Carley Funeral tI Kxa rimhiHriit at Gordon arc invited to aueno. CHAPUT In Boston. Nov. 10. llev r.mu Chaoiit.

Late nastor ol Vernon MacAuliy Post, 270 We regret to announce the death of Wednesday ko cioc. nwu. Mass in St. Anthony'. Church at :45 Relatives and friends invited.

Visiting hour. 2 to 10 p. m. reived here of the death of Edmund H. McCarthy, 47, last Saturday at Pass-a-Grille Beach, Fla.

Mr. McCarthy was a former executive of the Farnsworth Radio Television Company of Boston. A native of Boston, he lived at Winchester road here until 18 months ago. He leaves a wife, two ,1 sons, Robert W. of the Army, and George and a daughter, Marilyn.

Dr. Samuel Delano Dr. Samuel Delano, 90, of New Britain, who practiced medicine in Boston until 1920, died last Comrade Joseph F. lxoiey KING Julia A. (Eaganl, in Military Cam- memner Daughters of Italy of America.

ZIPPEt In Boston, Nov. 8. Alice (O'DonnelU. beloved wife of the late fSnlerS tkef 'jfeg Iron SUSifp.S it 8 a. m.

Requiem Mass Heart'church a it tKeJ tives and friends invitea. y.1 hours. Monday and Tuesday, 2-10 p. m. IN MEMORIAM Hig.

9818. Cti2 Funeral Mass. at St. Mary's Christ the King Church, Hudion. Son of the late Henry and B.

Chaput of Lowell Body will be in state at the William J. Hickey Funeral Home. 28 Church Hudson until Wednesday at 2 o'clock. Office of the dead in Christ the King Church at A o'clock and will lie in state until 8 p. m.

Mass for the children at 8 o'clock. Thursday morning, Solemn Requiem High Mass at St. Michael's Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends Invited. Burial at St.

Joseph's Cemetery, Lowell. Mass. iJ. t.ii ramhriie. MT a a.

m. WANTED Used oU parlor heaters. Tro. 2090. TTh nil REFRIGERATORS, ETC.

101 Fremont uov aiy. "DRESS FACTORY AROUT 30 machines, vie. of S. Write 137. Globe office.

3t nil BEAUTY SHOP FOR SALE WE SUY CARS, any rear, any shape. CaU SirJThl3t n2 HARDWARE STORE FOR appointment call Maiden 8943 or Lynn 3-5704. 1 AM INTERESTED in purchasing card and gift shop or stationery supply business in or near Boston. 4 06. Globe office.

TWSu nil BUILDING approx. 63'xl45' clear span, formerly used a theatre, suitable for use as skating nrJc dance hall or theatre; trusses constructed of wood. 'Apply SWTFT-McNUTT CO. oi R. JJovidences Gaspee C233.

dSu7t c8 BEAUTY PARLOR for sale, best ffer. Hie. 4464. Sud7f r.9 DO you need a good partner with experience, contacts, ready casta? Client ready to act now: confidential. P.

O. Box 694. Boston Mass. FOR SALE 1 of 3 (authentic laur derettes), self-service laundries; 1 less than 10 mos. old.

has done about 50.000 washes; I less than 3 rno old. unusual in beauty and location; both completely equipped dryers, extractors and all necessary equipment, and completely covered with opera-tore; owner ill and cannot devote time to both; north Boston manufacturing: city. Write Globe. MODERN, up-to-date, syntfletic dry cleaning plant; fully equipped, for tm- Vit location in Miami. For SeUil'writCrrER CLEANERS.

MembeVplease DOUGLAS McLEOD. JOHN FOLEY. i Milton, tne Bin, peioveo, wik wj-M. King. Repomng at the residence of Edward B.

Bnrnd, 164 Hinckley, road, until Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock. Solemn High Mass of Hequiem at the Church of St. Mary of the Hills at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend. LEARY In Dorchester.

Nov. 9. John beloved son of Robert and Belle (Cal-lery) Leary. Funeral from his home, 20 Rowena Wednesday at a. m.

Requiem Mass at St. Gregory's Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends in mi PINNACLE" CHESTER In WobuTn. Nov. 8.

Angeto com. WATERTOWN POST 99, A. L. Member, are funeral service of Joseph A. DMosio.

Pthumou. member. STfTS.Wed- Chester, nusDana or am iurwaci Chester. Funeral from nutate home, 77 Winn Wednesday, Nov. 12, at 8 a.

m. High Mas. of Requiem at St Charles Church at 9 o'clock. Relative. and friend.

Invited. nesdayrat 10 at his DELICATESSEN CASES DOUBLE DUTT MEAT CASES WALK-IN COOLERS FLOBIST BOXES "GrEDEEPFREEZE 1947. 4 CU. used 195' list price FOR-SALE 2 6-ft. electric nu! running order.

$125 C1.EARY In Cambridge. Nov. B.Mar- Commander, ARTHUlt "CT SIDELEAU. Saret A. cieary, unerai irora rmoence, Story Wednesday morning at 8.

High Mas. of Requiem St. Peter'. Church, at 10 o'clock. Burnham-Manning Post 1105, V.F.W hnh notified of the CONNOLLY In Somerville.

Nov. 9. Mary 1 a for the pair. K. (nee mciwanom.

oi uraia k.lnvH -aiit nt Martin J. Connolly, osuTtno yS. WrTJoserJh A. FOR SALE Used Frigidaire, best OnoiriO. uuara Funeral from A.

A5 Duncan Funeral Home, 18 Hathorn Thunsday, Nov. 13. at 8 a. rn. Solemn Requiem High at St Benedict's Church at 9 posted Monday ana uyesaay viu.r his home.

7 Orchard st. VF. atuai 5f2.JlM Funeral with vited. MacNEIL In West Medford, 611 High Nov. 9, Rubina MacNeil.

Funeral from the D. W. Grannan 8c Son tuneral Home. 378 Mass. Arlington, Thursday morning at, 8.

gh Mass of Requiem at St. Raphael'. Church, West Medford at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends Invited. Visiting hours 3 to 8 and 7 to 9.

MAGUIRE In Worcester, Nov. 1947. Mary A. Maguire, beloved daughter erf the late James and Mary (Brady) Maguire. Funeral from her residence, 60 Vemon st.

on Wednesday morning at 8:15. Solemn Mass of Requiem in the Church of the Ascension at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment St. John's Calling hours 2-5 and 7-10 D.

rn. MALLOY Of So, Boston, Sgt John P. Malloy, killed action in Germany, March 3, beloved husband of Mildred A. (Crowley) and son of Martin J. and Catherine Foley Malloy of Ne- onset.

Solemn ilequietn Massin St. rigid'. Church. So. Wednes- mnmins Una 13.

at o'clock. 1935 Mary M. Sullivan 1947 the one we loved WIVee.lle" God te Hi. throne W. knwa.a Mother she was aim- The sweetest In aj lan.

Aiwa" so true, faithful and kind, i this world her equal you'll find. Lovlnsly remembered hf her Connie, and ber boys, Joe, Bill and Bob. 1946 Vincent J. McDonoug'n 1947 Just one year ago today We sure have missed you. Deborah, James and Gladys.

1925 Joseph Todaro 1947 November Jl You are not forrotten, loved on, "Not will you ever bet As ling a ife nd mrmory We will remember thee. Lovingly remembered hy his wife and daughters. Rose C.mpo Mar -anna Clauri. Jennie Scola and Marietta Busalscchl. 1944 Edwin L.

Metcalf 1947 414th Bombing Squadron, 97th o'clock. Relative, and friends kindly invited. Visiting hour. 2 to 3 and 7 ffii'Smuir to 10. CONNORS In Waltham, Nov.

Dominic 1648 S. W. as, "gu? n9 misninn or ine iaie jvHviieiiiie trmnn PnTinnrQ Funeral from his oner "V'f'M 6. Hamilton road, Wakefield. 2t nil FAMILY STEE d.

c. Frigidaire; excel. T-gn GUARANTEED double-duty meat case. Kelvinator motor, electric slicing machine: will finance. ParK-way 2492-M or Laf ay ettiaOO.

CLOTHINGJFJJRS "OLD'FUR COATlT HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID Richmond. 819 Wash. stHub. 8567. mander.

Piano Furn. Movers' Union local 82 residence, 80 Parmenter road. Wednesday at 8 a. m. Requiem High Mass in St.

Charles' Church at 9 o'clock. Rela OWNER will sell DWnes'er n' h-borhood variety store, price SJaOO. Gar. 5646. PROSPEROUS trucking business for salefmust sell due to Includes 3 trucks, peimitandwute business; best offer.

C4L Saturday at Hartlora Hospiwu, Hartford, according to word received here today. He served as resident physician at two tubercu- losis sanitariums in Connecticut Frank B. Coyle LEXINGTON. Nov. 10 Services for Frank B.

Coyle, 75, of 75 Bert-well road, who died Sunday, will be '-held Wednesday morning with a rr high mass at 9 a. m. at St Brigid 5 Church. He was a salesman for l-J, many years before retiring 12 years ago. James M.

Sheehan ARLINGTON, Nov. 10 The fu-. neral of James M. Sheehan, 88, re-; tired member of the Arlington Pub-t lie Works Department will be held Wednesday with a high mass in St. I Agnes Church at 9 a.

m. He died yesterday at his home, 11 Wyman terrace. 11 Morris Sugarman MorrisSugarman. 46, of 52 Ever-; ton st, Dorchester, died of a heart I attack yesterday afternoon while the races at Rockingham i Park, N. H.

I He leaves a wife, Francis. I Mrs. Mary A. Bean -mit Nov. 10 Mrs.

Mary A. tives and frienas are Kinaiy inviiea. Members are notmea oi xne oeam pi brother John. Byrne of 83 Sycamore RoXSale services are from the Interment calvary cemetery, wannam. COOPER Of Roslindale, Nov.

9. John husband of tne iaie neien (Rollins) Cooper. Services at the Vnlamn Funeral Chanel. 83 Belgrade Relative, and friends invited. Inter day.

Nov. 13, a 1 1 a m. AHMblKunu. Dti.vi..-. ment orest Biu wmeitij, MCCARTHY Formerly of Newton, at av Wednesday at 3 P.

m. Relatives and friend, invited to chapel. Visit ing hours. 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Bakery Drivers1 Local 494 th death of COTTER In Somerville, Nov.

9. Michael pass-a-gruie ueacn. o. ji- mund beloved husband of Madeline Ward) McCarthy, and devoted father of Robert eGorge and Marilyn McCarthy. Funeral in Florida.

Tuesday. Nov. 11. kJSJoW" Blanched, late employee of Hotel, Restaurant Supplies ICE CREAM MACHINE SUITABLE for any size store, big profits from home-made Ice cream, priced cheap. Ken.

3066. Sud3tji9 FOR SALE Lunchroom equipment. Apply between 11 a. rn-1 P. 4th floor.

63JummersLBcn1' FOR SALE 5 Bluett booths, complete. Call after 4 p. A-QffS' HOBART mixers, peelers. disSwash-ing machines, repossessed. like new? CORVINE.

85 Post. KITCHEN equipment for restaurants and hotels, like, new. everything from soup to nuts. CORVINE Q85 Union st. Boston.

Sud6t n9 MACHINERY ANP TOOLS SEPARATOR MSr.oSrl LAUNDRY 40 Bristol Bos- ton. daut no BULLDOZER for hire, ideal for back filling and loading trucks. Mys. 7286-W. 2t nil FOR SALE High Pressure Jenny steam cleaner; a bargain 680 Beacon cor.

Or. 8758 3t nil the Ward Baking Company iunerai from the O'Donneli Funeral Home, cor CulriaWTv if T.V7111. NoV. ner of letcner ana rwtuuic, fiZZ Wednesday, at 9 a. m.

Solemn High Deiovea nusoana oi neien v. inun-msn) Cotter, residence 241 Magrath highway (formerly of South. Boston). Funeral from the Joseph L. Keough Son Funeral Home.

15 Inman Cambridge, on Wednesday, Nov. 12, at 8 a. m. Requiem High Funeral Mass in St. Joseph's Church.

Somerville. at 9 a. m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend visiting 2 to and 7 to 10 P. m.

FOR SALE Man's raccoon coat, ale 40 to 44Triew dark skins. $175 or belt offer going to Florida Murray. 106 Arcadia Oak Island. Revere. FROMM silver fox muff.

old. $60; hat to match. $5. Louise Daly. 81 Rirchcroft Hyd.

2657.. MINK dyed Fisher fur jacket, used, for sale at sacrifice once- s-. 3436; 52- Stuart road. Nennll 3-SKIN fur piece, $25. kidskin jacket $25 AJIh Dwver circle.

Medford; Mys. vfib-K. FOR SALE lo, ru warn wiuvw hmaukiu Mass at. the i "1 Maud A. (Delaney).

2B Baxer unn An v.i.tiv., anri friendu are in Bomber uroup. loin Sadly missed by hi; entire family, Dad, sisters and grandparents. 1942 Margaret M. Sullivan 1947 Wonderful Mother, loving and kind, Beautiful memories you left behind. Fifth anniversary mass at St.

Augustine's Church, South Boston. Wednesday, Nov. 12. 1947. at 7:80 a.

m. Lovingly remembered by husband, children, grandchildaen and sister. Churcn. lowcu, i. hours 2 to 11 P.

Tuesday. THOMAS CARROLL. Secy. vited to attend the funeral from the W. Rhodes Funeral Home.

67 Ocean junction of Lewis on Wednesday at 8 a. followed by a Solemn ni.1. mr.jc nt TJnulm at St. Mary CUNNIFF In Arlington. Nov.

Edith Arlington Catholic Woman's Club Regrets to announce the death of Edith Church at 9 a. m. Intennent. St. Joseph's Cemetery.

Lynn. Friends may call at the Funeral Home oa xuesaay, 2 to 5 and i to iv. Cunniff Members will Kinaiy meet ai the home. 21 Peter Tuft, road, Tuesday, evening recitat.nrfhe KST-MrTD. BEATON.

Seer. u.nmiMnTTTn Brockton. Nov. 10. M.

MJnnors, ociuveu wiic "i Cunnlff, formerly of Cambridge, and sister of Sister Gertrude Claire, S. N. of St. Mark's, Dorchester. Funeral from her late home.

21 Peter Tuft, road, Wednesday, at 8 a m. Solemn High Mass at St. James Church at 9. Relatives and friends invited. Late member of the Arlington Catholic Women.

Association. CUNNINGHAM In Hyde Park, Nov 9. Mary E. Cunningham (nee Kenney), beloved mother of Marlorie B. Bilodeau, nH rranrli Burton.

Funeral Thomas miciJerrnoii, nubuduu nic (Connor) Bean, 79, widow of Ed-: ward L. Bean, Quincy undertaker, died yesterday at her home, 635 late Bridget E. (o uonneui mcuermon. Funeral from his late residence. 267 i.h TOarinosrlav.

at a a. m. Solemn CARD OF THANKS Adams st. East Muton. Thf funeral will be held tomor High Mass of Requiem at Our Lady of Lourdes Church at 9 a.

m. Burial in the Immaculate Conception Cemetery, North Easton. Visiting hour, at the Carpet Sweepers, Vacuum Clean rs. Washing Machines BRAND new deluxe Bendt at reduced price, Wey.MaR. EASY wash machine, in fine condi- tion.

$75. Pall Dover 30. WILL sell reasonable, small Handy-hop washer, stainless steel, used once. High. 0217.

wTUsed wasMPfrh "nil INFORMATION WANTED rhTfON. couple want rider. eTve abolt Nov. lS. 423.

Globe. vDesTrsaUoMee SSm BsSn City Hospital, home ton. Mass. Address WALTER BARTON. M.

Supt. Boston State HospitSr 891 Morton it. Dorchester Center 24. MasB. CHILDREN TO BOARD BETTY 16 age girls.

Within 20, mi. of Boston. flleSrWrft. Tll4.elof SLOW PORE TIM is a year cJd. his foster mother loves him dearly but is moving away, so he needs Sew frcSeStant home at $13 week with more for clothes and doctor.

Write 343. Globe. 3t nil WANTED Infant or an older child to boSdUMaldea 1707-R. XANTED aby girl to boardFoa other children. Som.

13iL WILL BOARD infant in Sood privat 1 heT Cill Rug. 2841. St nil ti'on your kind expression of sympathy. row from her home, with a high mass at 9 a. m.

at St Agatha's home 2-5 and 7-10 p. n. irom the Joseph Funeral Home. 1117 River fl, Wednesday, Nov. ia.

High Mas. of Requiem at the v. Mnrt Prerious Blood at McLANE In Roslindale, Nov. 8 Edward beloved husband of the late Alice (Lannin) McLane, residence. 245 Bel-w ITumkrnl frnm thn .1.

ociock. Relatives and. friends In vited. Visiting nours, a io auia Church. 36 tolPay Tribute Tto Late Sen.

Walsh JUNK IRON WANTED ARGE or small lots; CLAPBOARDS for sale, first rate. 26 Highland Amesbury; Phona Amesbury 511-W. 4t nil TYPEWRITERS Typewriters Rented 2 $6.50 B. Type 334 Boyl Cir. 8237 Mon.

and KENT. SELL, exchange typewritera, adding machines, calculators, budget terms. S. M. LEVIN 84 Washington Cap.

S4Q9. PHOTOGRAPHS, CAMERAS STAND. Rolleiflex-Compur Rapid. Zeiss Tessar 3.S. $2.85.

MaLJWO. 8 MM REVERB movie camera. LB lens and projector, cases included, like new; film case and films; initial cost $276; selling for $185. Cha. 2827.

THE FAMILY OF THE JLAJB PFC THOMAS F. LOGUE wish to thank their many relatives, friends and member, of the feunker Hill Post. No. 26, A. for their kind expres-slona of sympathy, spiritual bouquets and floral offering, extended to them in their recent bereavement.

Higgins Funeral Home (formerly Adams), 4286 Washington st, (Rpslmdale ALTON In Walpple. Nov. 10, Kath-erine (Dwyer) Dalton. wif of the lat Terrance J. Dalton.

Funeral from her weanesaay, x. i CAi.n Rniiim Mm in Holv Name at 11 o'clock. Relatives and friends Visiting hours, Mon 5 CLINTON. Nov. 10 (AP) A late res dence.

41 tiapp vveanesaay. Nov, 12 at 8 a. m. Solemn, High Mass of Requiem at Church of the Blessed Sacrament at 9 o'clock. Relatives and PLENTY of 6 34 phase A.C.

3 phase A.C. motors: V4-10 h.p. D.C. motors. 6 Prince Boston, Laf.

7493. WANTED Printing Press, 8x10. or, smaU shop. Asp. 4604.

2t nlO SPOTTING GOODS PRIVATE SALE Winch. 3K30 cau new with shells, $55; Rem. Auto. 5 shot. 12 ga.

30" full raised rib. factory $80; also dbbl. LeFever better grade, 30" 12 $30. See at 760 A Comm. av.

(rear Bos- JTiieaYP-JJ. Call Eli. 3440 eve. WANTED 30-30 Winchester carbine rifle. 402.

Globe. FOR YOUR GARDEN COW MANURE, well rotted, 20 bu, $15 a single load, delivered. Hig. 1640. dSu7t n7 MISCELLANEOUS day 7-10.

Tuesday 2-ju. trmtm nf 30 friends of the late David MEW Suddenly in Melrose, Nov. ft, VA-aimr. husband of Grace E. friends lnvueo.

vwv a -Km A Um Vft4nrA Hosriitali Hartford. Nov. Samuel (Helms), of 109 Mt. Yernon ay. Service, at the Robinson Chapel, 809 Mall Delano, in his 90th year.

uierai serv. t- Chanel. 4S.1 Com I- I. Walsh, veteran Democratic United I States Senator from Massachusetts, ill pay tribute to him tomorrow, the 75th anniversary of his birth, with services at St John's-Catholic Nov. ia, ai a p.

m. monwealth Kenmore Boston, Friends may call at the chapel Tuesday 3-5 and 7-9 p. LOCAL aid DISTANT on weanesaay, nov. ri j' Relatives ana inenas mvneo to vraiu, DICKIE In Roslindale, Nov. 10, Mary Church.

fd by former Mayor Bernard a ftee JfmerWbufy I FVIS JGNES SON Doyle Of Leominster, the group Will' Funeral from the Coppenrath funeral bClf IO UWI1I-J WVII rUl-j AT; nrl then Home. 1534 Tremont L. opposite Mis- n.a.erass Nnv. 1H. at fl FUNERAL DIRECTORS GREATER BOSTON RADIO MARKET Thtiialfiv.

ALlCilU HJC Jl'tuiv i a SINCE 1832 BlUn sil Jl 1 1. iiimmw. vermin exterminated SANITARY EXT. CO.Cjr. 7878.

proceed to Clinton Cemetery wnere mMil R. C. A. console' radio, pu-button type, very gd. $65.

Wat. 4413. rtnont St. UJ.43I1 Sttrvina BaMto (titer SO "Semrt 259 NEWBURY STREET a a they WUI lay a wreaxn on rian tives and friends kindly invited. Visit- ing' hours, 2-5 and 7-10 P.

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