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THE BOSTON DAILY GLOBE SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1350 Seven Deaths and Funerals Bishop Shaughnessy TJitps Tlipcrf a in ClniiHlo Charles, court officer at Middlesex County Court in Cambridge. He died Tuesday at his home, 283 Upham st, after a short illness. DEATH NOTICES I FOLEY In Dorchester. May 19. Joseph beloved husband of Helen T.

fBow-ler Foley, of 87 Westelow st and Charles K. Bolton Library and Heraldry Expert Dies at Shirley SHIRLEY. May 19 Charles Knowles Bolton. 82. librarian of the from the Commission for the Marking of Historical Sites.

He was a member of the American Antiquarian Society, Massachusetts Historical Society. Colonial Society of Massachusetts, Navy Historical Roundation and an honorary member of the American Institute of Heraldry. DEATH NOTICES AHERJN la Natick. the 19th. Daniel Joseph, son of the late Thomas and iCrottyi Ahem.

Funeral trom the John Everett and Sons Memorial Home iopd. Natick on Monday morning at 9. Requiem High Mass to follow in St. Patrick's Church at 10 clock Relatives and lnends invited. ViMiUnc hours Saturday from 7-10 P.

m. and Sunday from 3-5 and 7-10. PANO In Roxbury. May 19, Anna Pano. hcinvcri mnthnr of Andrew Pano Fu brother of Mary Foley.

Funeral on Monday from his late residence at 8 o'clock, followed by a Solemn Funeral Mass at St. Ann's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Late member of Pere Marquette. K.

of No 271: American FederatiorP of State. County and Municipal Employee. No. 8fi9. and St.

Vincent de Paul Society of St. Vincent's Church. GIANNINI Of Roxbury. May 18, Maria. wife of the late Joseoh iCentonzai of Medford.

mother of Vincent and Mario Dapora of Roslindale. Funeral from the Pennacchio and Son Funeral Home. South Margin Monday, at 8 a. High Mass at All Saints Church at 9 Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours.

2-5 and 7-io p. m. i.inr.ttii -in Maioen, jviav rea beloved husband of Viva DePetris. Daredevil Gus Oliver Springfield Stunt Man Noted for Niagara Slide WEST SPRINGFIELD. May 19 A 72-year-old man, who in his younger days gained fame by a death-defying slide over Niagara Falls while hanging by his teeth from a cable, died today at his home.

Joseph A. Oliver, 72. of 67 Maple was known as "Daredevil Gus Oliver." At the age of 18, Oliver developed a 900-foot slide down a wire stretched from a tower 75 feet high, hanging onlv by his teeth. His act was billed as "The Slide for Life" and "The Iron-Jaw Slide." He made his most famous slide over Niagara, from the American to the Canadian side on May 24. 1921.

residence 44 Chester st. and son of ui v' Edith DeSimone of East Boston. Fu- high mass of requiem in St. Joseph nerai from the Leo M. Noiion Burial was in St.

Joseph's Home. 287 Main on Monday. May 22. aineardl. Burial wa.s in oi.

i a at 9 a. m. Requn High Mass at theiCemetery where military rites m- immacuiate conception church at ioicludeH the firing of a salute by a o'clock. Relatives and friends invited Veteran of World War II MARGRAVES In North Easton. May 19 Grace wife of the late John F.

formerly of Jamaica Plain. We-1 wood and Foxooro. Services at the Lucy Stone Chapel. Forest Hills Creuia- iinv, al p. m.

neiauves ana fnends invnpd. Kmdiv omit flowers. Friends may call at the Folsom Funeral cnapei. Belgrade Koslindale. Saturday fiom 7 9 v.

and Sunday from aH 7 HEALETY In Boston. Thomas Charles of 1277 Commonwealth husband of George F. Hickey Legion Past Commanders Fire Volley Over Grave MANCHESTER, N. May 19 Leaders of the American Legion joined in final tribute here today for George F. Hickey, a past state commander and for the past live a fiplrl rpnrpsentative Of the yTcaTs ri5la rPpres-eiiiduvt i National Department, who died or a npan attacK.

nignt. cnn a tnlamn squacof nine fellow past commanders of Henry J. Sweeney Post. Heading the Legion delegation were James F. O'Neil.

a past national i commander, and John High of Swanzey, state commander. Uther Legion notables included eight past inhn Slave coiTimanai'is, I l.1fr,i-rt Micc fio 1 H. Burke of Medford. field of agent; ex-Mayor John Wals .,7 ccrs of other veterans' and omen's auxiliaries and the Veterans Ad u- LJl1- also led delegations. Cant Stephen A.

Biset MELROSE. May 19 Services for of Maiden, officiating. Interment it, t-i iri Wcs in roiesi tidic wiueici, mi iden. He died Wednesday at the WauiMer lUre Tnhn A mp of a naUgnter, Mrs. JOnn A.

Buchanan- Hamilton, R. I. Mrs. G. R.

Wallace Sr. FITCHBURG, May 19 The funeral of Mrs. George R. Wallace. of Boston, for many years active in the social and civic life of this city, was held this morning at 11 from the Sawyer Funeral Home with services in the Firrt Parish Church.

Rev. Gilbert A. Potter, pastor of the church, officiated at the service attended by representatives of many charitable organizations with which Mrs. Wallace was affiliated. John H.

Spavold MED WAY, May 19 John Henry Spavold, 43, former resident, who has been raising cotton in the South, died suddenly in Rouston. according to word received here. The funeral was held tody with burial in Rouston. He entered the Army Air Force from this town. A wife, the former Clara Franklin; a daughter, Eli7abeth; a mother Mrs.

Mary Spavold. of Cambridge: five sisters and two brothers survive. Edward J. Flynn NATICK. May 19 Edward Flynn.

60. a salesman for the Gulf Refining Company in Framingham prior to his retirement several years ago. died today at his home. 111 South Main after a short illness. He was a native of this town.

He was a member of Edward Clarke Postf A. and St. Patricks Holy Name Society. Mr. Flynn leaves a wife.

Mary a son, Paul, with the Army in Alaska; throe brothers and six sisters. The funeral will be from his home Monday morning with a high mass of requiem at 9 in St. Patrick's Church. Interment will follow in the parish cemetery. Boston Athenaeum from 1898 to and an authority on heraldry, li-j brary methods and antiquarianism.

died today at his home. Pound Hill place, after a short illness. Mr. Bolton, who was born in East Cleveland, O. was garduated from Harvard in 1890, and was an assistant at the Harvard librarv from 1890 to 1893.

He served as librarian of the' Brookline Public Library from 1894 to 1898 and left that post I to joint the Athenaeum I During Mr. Bolton's years at the Athanaeum, the number of volumes jat' lO'i Beacon increased from approximately 190.000 to 325.000, yet he found time to increase his pro-jduetion of monographs and pamph-! lets on genealogy, famous New Eng land families and library methods. raifl liri Discovered America In 1935, Mr. Bolton stated that a girl was the first discoverer of America. He was referring to the colony of Eric the Red founded in i Greenland as early as 985.

He claimed one of the ships which fol-j lowed Eric's expedition to Greenland missed the Cape and passed on westward to North America. Most of the crew perished. One girl survived and was seen by Norsemen as late as the year 1011, according to Mr. Bolton. Ke claimed a record of her personal appearance survives and she was the first European to live on this continent.

Mr. Bolton was at one time an associate professor at Simmons College. Ho was also connected with the Works Progress Administration and, from 1935 to 1936. was supervisor of a survey of early American ipuiueuis in iMt'w ana iew York. Mayor Curley paid high tribute to Mr.

Bolton in 1931 when he resigned May (Allaim. Funeral from the Lally I waiinam, nrtlioinai vice Liidii Funeral Home. 49H Harvard St. Brook-jman of rehabilitation; Clarence Bird line. Monday morning at 8: Requiem! Hm High Mass at St.

Ignatius Church, of Bennington, state dept. aaju- Chestnut Hill, at 9 o'clock. Relatives i tant; Charles McCarthy, Massachu and friends are respectfully invited nffl attend. Visiting hours 3 to 5 and 7 to 9. setts treasuier, and numerous on- south Boston.

May is, nee Kirby. late of sa st fr of Rarlhn nmru a rlOKAJN in Helen F. i i 11 11 wilt- vit nniLiiuii, iit'w i minisiraiion. Mayor Josaphat T. Benoit and c- a ti Funeral Home.

216 Dorchester Mon- i May 22 at a.m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St Augustine's cnurcn at in a. Relatives and friends inwted. Visiting hours 3-5 and 7 10 p. m.

HUSSF.LBEE Of somerviiie. Mav i9.i sister of Rev. John Ku by of St Mary's Tansh. Charlestown. Funeral from the George V.

Field and Heroert W. husband of Jessie Stephen A. BlSSCt, 103. Who neti Hussrlbee of 7 -Mardell circle. I Services at the funeral home nf David went to sea at the age Of 10 ana 80.

were held this after- the funeral home Saturday and Sunday. I noon at the Ballantvne funeral 7 home, with Rev. Oscar F. Reed, of the First Nazarene Church mother of Mrs. Mary Campbell and Ted Iwanowski.

tuneral from her late home. 234 West 5th Monday, May I 22. ai 8 a. m. Requiem High Mass at st.

Alary I holism Church at 9 clock, i Relatives and friends kindly invited. I Interment in St. Michael Cemetery. JOYCE-in Maiden. May 18.

Michael, be- loved husband of Nora (Cadcvi Joyce He lived in Maiden from 1905 tojtenried St. Paul's School, Concord, 4u -u tt i of 3 NelioN Park. Funeral irom dIIU "d-v lne ninnud Wnr Funeral Home. 144 Salem st'nf'the First Nazarene Church. aiurnay at a Misn Mass ot Mln Mass Ot Church.

Relatives and friefids invited. Fr'dayd-mp'm luncral h0mei' judge-in Roxbury. Mav' is. Mane iMcGee. beloved wife of the late Pat-, ricKjuciEe ana sister ot ftiauin ivicuee of 76 Calumet st Roxbur.Vi Funeral from the re-idence of her sister.

Mrs. Margaret Salter, 12 Francis st Monday. May 22. at 8 a. m.

Solemn High Mass 01 Requiem in the Mission Church at 9 a. m. Relatives and friends invited. KEENE In Roxbury, May 19. Nellie Morton, wife of Bernard S.

Keene of 2 Kearsage av. Funeral services at the Waterman Chapel. 2X'H Washington KoxDur.v. on hunnay. May i.

at p. m. i KiRKNESS-in somerviiie. May 19. Roxbury, on Sunday, May 1.

at p. i.aura J. ichapmatn. wite of Andrew st. Funeral Monday, May 22.

jtion for Free Christianity and Real 2:30 m. at David Fudge Son Hgious Freedom from 1937 to 1946. unci al Home. 100 Highland av Rela- lives and friends mvited Friends may i were held yesterday in Kings eall al funeral home Saturday Chapel. Sunda.v.

3-5 and 7-9 p. m. Interment, A r-- i stoneham, Mass. A portrait of Dr. Cornish, author KNIGHT In Melrose.

May 19. Elizabeth of several books, was Unveiled at (Morani. wife of William J. the American Unitarian Association, Funeral, from her late home. 99 ct aftor iha crrvirac st Monday.

May 22. at fl a. m. High Beacon alter tne services. Mass of Reouiem at St.

Mary's Church Borr in Charlestown, and a resi oorr in ciirfi louiwn, anu a -rot- i ur a vearc ht hramp a uu" iv--c bartender when his stunting days Over. riauchter Mrs Jane aV" daUgft 6 Oil US Of Boston. TViP funeral will be Monday with i lhe ncla. KK requiem high mass in St. Thomas Cnurcn at 9 Burial will be in Holy ross cemetery, niaioen.

111 fo fin I ITlWII 1 I I fl 1 allCIOVI TT llllldlllVlU Marblehead Yachtsman Dies at Delaware Home MONTCHANIN, May 19 Francis Boardman Crowninshield, 81, formerly of Boston and Marble-head, died here today at his home, "Eleutherean Mills." Graduate of Harvard in 1891. he was an international yachtsman. Pot-many years he owned and sailed the famous schooner. Cleopatra's Barge. Mr.

Crowninshield was born in New York April-22. 1860. the son of Benjamin W. and Katharine M. (Bradlee Crowninshield.

He at- r). During the Spanish-American War ,1 TVrtr. IT rt T3rto'l t'tr illt. 1 WUC Willi iiwwi i' 1 1 Rough Riders. He was in the Cuban campaign and the battle of San Juan Hill.

In 1900 he married Louise Dupont who surviVps him. together with a brother. Benjamin W. Crowninshield of Boston. For many years the Crownin-shields maintained homes on Marlborough Boston, and Peaches Point, Marblehead.

A number of years ago they established homes Bocagrande, and Wilming- ton. Del. Many of the yachting trophies which Mix Crowninshield won are at the Eastern Yacht Club. Marblehead. Among them is a cup he a an American crew brought back from Spain.

Cleopatra's Barge, a big black schooner, anchored for many years at the entrance to Marblehead Harbor during the yachting season. She was named after an early commercial vessel in the Crowninshield family of Salem. The yacht was soia several years aso ana renamea the Gee Gee. Services for Mr. Crowninshield will be Saturday afternoon at 2 in Christ Church, Christiana Hundred, Delaware.

Gen Peppino Garibaldi ROME. May 19 (API -Gen Peppino Garibaldi, 74. grandson of Italy's soldier-hero Giuseppe Garibaldi, died today in a Rome hospital. He was born in Melbourne, Aus- ri: u- in the Rner War iraiia. tie iougni in tne aocr war and in Mexico and Venezuela.

In World War I he commanded th Garibaldi Legion in the Arsonne. He spent much Of his lite in! America. In World War II he was by the Fascists. Arthur M. htmnP TJ a ii RtrnnP.

79. of T-onewond Towers Brookline. retired director and New England manager 01 D. Heath international publishers, will be this afternoon at 3:30 in Newton Cemetery Chapel. He died Thursday.

Mr. Strong graduated with honors' from Dartmouth in 1892 and was secretary of his class for many years. He leaves a wife, the former Alice Bigelow. George W. Deacon CONCORD.

May 19 George Deacon. 65. a plumbing and heating contractor in this town for 35 years, died suddenly today at his home, 31 Stow st. A native of Boston, he had livrrl horn .78 veap Mr. Deacon retired last Maich a a captain in the call division after -t.

tVlo rnrnrri yir with the Concord Fire De- at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends in- vited. UMONT-ln Auburndalc. May 18. Sarah E.

(Woodbury, wife of Malcolm F. 1 Lantern Lragne Pres'dpnt Mr. Bolton was president of the Lantern League, vice president of the Massachusetts Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities and an honorary member of Phi Beta Kappa. He was a senior warden of the Christ Church in Boston from 1912-1936; a trustee of the Museum of Fine Arts from 1917 to 1933 nd a member of the Fitch-burg Historical Society from 1942 to 1944. In 1932 Mr.

Bolton retired after 25 vears as president of the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities. He leaves a wife, the former Ethel Stanwood. and two sons. Stanwood K. of Concord, and Geoffrey of Shirley.

The funeral will be Monday at 3i p. m. in Trinity chapel. Shirley Cen- ter. with Rev.

Frederick Cooper, rector, officiating. Burial will be in shirley Center. cmfw'shrdcmfchshrdletaoemfwypET William M. Robinson MELROSE, May 19 Business associates and members of Robert Lash lodge of Masons. Chelsea, attended funeral services for William M.

Robinson, 74. for many years chief state parole officer, today at the Waterman Chapel. Boston. Rev. Everett Bodge of Hillside Congregational Church, Melrose, officiated and interment was in Forest Hills Cemtery, Boston.

Mr. Robinson leaves a wife, the former Florence Margeson; a son, William V. a daughter, Mrs. Marion Matthews of Gardner, and two brothers. John of Chelsea, and ll ices will be held at the Wentworth m.

wiaeiy-Known waier engineer. Chapel. 30 Prospect Waitham. sun- died today after a heart attack at day, May 21 at 3 p. m.

Friends may jr- i call at the chapel. Saturday, from 4-6 'his home. 4 arragut place, and 7-9 p. m. Mr.

Potts built water systems for lassen in Melrose. May 19. Hansine Athens Greece, and others in Den- A. i Hansen wife of the ate Viggo 1. A.

Lassen of Hillside Av. Services mark. South America and a num- at the Bei'Khmd Funeral Home. 292 bei" of American cities. mi'l He established the water systems vited.

Lte member of Danish Sister-' nf Greenwich. West Haven and For You, for Everett-Born Prelate The funeral of Bishop GeraM Shaughnessy, Everett-born head -of the diocese of Seattle, will be Tuesday in the Pacific Coast city. ieri es two brothers. Joseph of Milford and Arthur of New York city. The prelate, a member of th.

Marist Order, died Thursday after three years' illness. He would have been 63 years old yesterday. In 19-16 the bishop came here to receive an honorary degree of doctor of laws at Boston College. He was graduated at the Heights in the class of 1909. The bishop was born in a modest home on Carter Everett, son of Joseph and Margaret Colwell Shaunhnessy.

He attended school In Boston and Plymouth and was graduated from Plymouth High School 1904. After graduation from B. seven years were spent, teaching in public rid private schools in Baltimore and Anaconda, Mont and All Hallows College in Salt Lake City. He entered the Society of Mary in 1916 and was ordained four years later. He became a member of the Marist College faculty, studied in France and Rome.

1 His first pontifical mass was celebrated in Milford in 1933, while his parents were living. After the Seattle services in St IJames' Cathedral, interment, will jtake place in the cathedral crypt. Chambers Kellar LEAH, May 19 AP) Chambers Kellar. 83. general counsel for Homestake Gold Mine, the world's largest, died today.

He had been critically ill several days. Kellar had headed Homestake's legal department since 1904. Family SUNDAY fly Sex. ismed I neral noio her late residence. 120 Co nant Roxbury, Monday.

May 22 at ni Vnnpral services at St. Jonn Church, Soutn Boston, at 2 m. RelHtives and friends invited. BARRY -In West Roxbury. May 18.

Annie iFepneyi. helmed wife of the late Thomas J. Barry, mother of Ronald Andrew P. Barry. Mrs Frank M.

Sav trmmtal fiiim her 'ate home. iy nomewnoa nwu, Monday. May 22. at 8: lo. High i of Requiem in S'.

Theresa Church at, 8 o'clock. Relatives and friends kindly; invited. Lae member of St, l'heresa Married Ladies Sodality. I BEHGH In East Boston. Mav 18 Herbert' husband of Alice S.

iTanuniKi Bergh. and son of Pastor Axel Bergh. at thf Hirhaid Funeral Home. 17 Bonningion until Monday at noon. Services at M.

Jtinnsi Episcopal Churrh. i-exington at 1 o'clock Relatives and friends are le-spectiullv invited to attend. i iting hours 2 -10. I BURNS In Belmont, the lflth. Mrv B.

tgan. beloved wife of Ralph J. Burns Of .19 Be.ts read. fioni the Joseph J. Kelly Son Funeral 33S Broadway.

camnruiKe May 22. at 9 a m. Solemn Mirth. Mass of Requiem at Our Lady ol Mercy Church. Belmont, at 10.

Rrlatives and friends invited. ViMtmK hours. 3 and 7 to 10 m. Interment Belmont Cemetery. CAtvlPBELL-In Roxbury.

the 18th John beloved husband ol Annie M. Kelli-heri Campoell. residence, illttl Wasninu-ton st. Funeral will be held from t.J. Crosoy's tf uncial Kooins.

ii Warren on Monday mornins. followed by a Requiem Mass in the Catheoial ol the Hoi Cross at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends arc united Interment. Beech-brook. West Gloucester.

Calling hours. 2 to 5 and 7 to In. Late member State Employees' L'ntnn No. 1. CASEY In South Boston.

May J8 William beloved on ol Annie iRjan1 and the late Jamea Casey, residence. 221 West 0th st. Funeral Irom toe Thomas Uonneil tuneral Home. 8S West Broadway (at A st.i. Mnnoaj moiruns at 8 Solemn Requiem Hian VIdSS in St.

Augustine's Chuicn at if. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend. Visiting hours 2.) and 7- 10. Member of the lAinKshoremcu L'nion. Local 800.

I. L. A. CH AISSON InChclsea? May 19. Josconine M.

i Martin i. beloved wife Dominic Chaisson of Eleanor st. Funeialj from the Frank A. Welsh and Sons, Funeral Home, 718 Bioadway. Monday at 8 a.m.

Solemn High Funeral Mass1 at Assumption Church at a. Relatives nd friends most kindly- viteri. Visiting houis 2-0 and i-li). CHIPMAN- Suddenly by accident Everett. May 18.

Alice iNeil). beloved wife of Waiter Chipman, 23 Stevenson as. funeral services will he held at Grace LpisoPai Church. Norwood st Monday, May 22. at .30 p.

in. Relatives and friends invited. Newfoundland i papers please copy. Friends may visit at the residence alter 4 p. in.

Saturday. CLA In Maiden. MoN 1H.I Rubv (Powers i wife of Clarence Clark. 170 Maple st. Funeral services I at tho Kit vt I i vpisa lisL Sun-f day.

May 21. at 3 p. m. Relative and friends invited. Interment at Ware-ham.

Friends may call at the Spiague Funeral Home. R2 -Summer Saturday. 2-4 and 7-9 p. m. CC'ELHO In Canton.

May 10. Manuel G. Coelho. Funeral from the home ol his sister. Mrs.

Rose Silver. 17 Capen place. Mnnriav at fl Solemn Hmh Mas- of Reouiem in St. John's Church at 10! o'clock. Relatives and friends invited.

COHEN Departed this day. Ma.v 19. Mark of 12 Stanwood Roxbury. husband 'lie late Vera (Lipkindi and devrrtcd fa.her of Helen Zukowykl. Minnie Kustanovitz.

Abraham A. o( N. Y. C. and David R.

Cohen. Services at the Sttnetsky Funeral Chapel 10 Washington Gnove Hall, Dorchester. Ma.v 21. at 12 noon. Relatives and friends invited.

Visiting hours al the chapel this evening. 9 10 p. m. COHEN On Friday. May 19.

Julius Cohen of lOfi Longwood Brookline. beloved husband of Annie iGerberi Cohen, father of Mrs. Mark Bortman. Mrs. Harrison Horblit.

Mrs. Harold Fox. and Joseph G. Cohen, brother of Dr. Henry E.

Cohen and Mrs. Charles Asko-with. Services at the Levine Chapel. 470 Harvard Brookline. Sunday.

Mav 21 at 12 noon. Memorial Week at the home of Mrs. Mark Bortman. 45 Morcland Newton Center. Visiting at the chaoel Saturday.

p. m. COt'GHLIN In Jamaica Plain. May 18. Robert Neville, son of Albeit and Jean Coughlin mee Stevenson i of 11 Asticoe road, and brother of Maurice Counhlin of B.

P. Division 15: Mis. Mary Colons and Mrs. Estel'e Wickersharn. Funeral from the Daniel Shea Son Home for Funerals.

512 Centre on Monday at 9 a. m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem in St Thomas' Church at 10 clock. Relatives and friends kindly invited. Late Past Chief Ranger of Jamaica Plain Court.

No. 2B1. M. and Jamaica Plain Council. of C.

No. 240. Calling hours 2-5 and: "-10 p. m. CREAMER Died Mav 19.

at St John's Hospital, Lowell. Timothy J. Creamer of 11 Livermore st Lowell Funeral will take place Monday morning at 9 o'clock from the Mahoney Funeral Home. 2HO High st. Solemn High Funeral Mass will he celebrated at 10 o'clock at the Immaculate Conception Church.

Burial in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Lowell. CROWNINSHIELD At Eleutherean Mills. Montchanin.

Delaware, on Friday. Mav 19. 1350. Francis Boardman. beloved husband of Ixniise duPont Crownin- shield, son of the late Benjamin W.

and Katharine B'-adlee Crowninshield General services Christ Church. Christiana Hundred. Delaware. 2 p. Sunday.

May 21. CULLIVAN In Woburn. May 19. David son of Edward J. and Olive 'Buck; Cullivan of 8 Edgehill road.

Funeral from the Edward E. Lynch Funeral Home. 263 Mam Monday. May 22 at 8:15 a. m.

High Mass of ReqineYn at St. Charles Church at 9 a. Rela- lives and friends invited. Calling hours Saturday and Sunday 2-5 and 7-10 p. m.

CUNNINGHAM In Somerviiie. May 18. Fannie beloved daughter of the late Edw ard and Elizabeth McLaughlin I Cunningham. uneral on Monday mom-rung fworn the Frank E. Flaherty Funeral Home.

2til Washington st. at fl a m. Solemn High Mavs of Requiem at St. Joseph's Church at 9:45. Relatives and friends are kindly invited.

Visiting hours and i in. interment, t-ioiv Cross Cemetery. I DAVY- In Maiden. May in. Catherine,

wif? of Patrick J. and mother: of John, of Roslmda'e, and state Police Sgt Thomas DavN of Maiden. Funeral from her late home. 25 E-tev Mon day, at 8 30. Solemn High Mass at the Immaculate Conception Chuixh at 9:15 Relatives and friend invited.

bEACON In Concord. May 19, George husband of Catherine 'Morani Deaoon. in his 65th year. Services at the Trinitarian Congregational Church. Walden Monday.

May 22. at 2:30. Friends may call at his home. 31 Stow Saturday and Sunday afternoon and evening I JDOLAN In Rev ere. May 19.

Catherine (McGowani Dolan of 530 Mountain av. i Funeral from the chapel of J. E. Hen- I derson Company. 517 Broadway.

Everett. Monday at 8 a. m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at the Immaculate I Conception Church, Revere, at 9 a m. Relatives and friends invited.

Visiting hours al the chapel. Saturday. 7-10; Sunday, 3-a and 7-10 p. DOWNING In Maiden. Ma.v 18.

Hannah: i Foley i. belov ed ife of John rin 11. i al hpr hnnir. 61 James St .1 Funeral from the Edward E. Bums Son Funeral Home.

204 Main Monday. Ma.v 22. at 8 o'clock, followed hv a Solemn Requiem High Mass al the Church of the Sacred Heart at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends kindly invited. DUFFY Suddenly.

Ma.v 18. at her home in Kearsarge, N. Alice Dufly High Mass of Requiem at Our of the Mountain Church. North Conway N. at 9 o'clock Saturday.

Burial in St. Mary's Cemetery. Nvv Bedford. Monday morning from Austin Funeral Home, 549 County New Bedford Visiting hours at New Bed ford 7-tO Saturday evening. 3-5 and 7-10 Sunday.

Relatives and friends invited. ELLIOT -In Roxbury. of 55 Elm Hill Mav 19. E. Samuel, beloved brother of Celia Gadlea and Rose Elliot, i uneral services at Solomon's Funeral Home.

420 Harvard Brookline. at 11 a. Sunday, May 21. Please omit flowers. FAG AN In Dorchester.

May 18. John beloved husband of Flora Fagan (nee Nnrerossi. and father of Dr. John F. Fagan and Mrs.

Jamoi E. Teague. tti-neral from his residence, 15 Granville on Monday morning, with Solemn High Mass in St. Brendan's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited.

TALARDEAU In Maiden. May 19 Mary A. i Leahy i. wife of thhe late Herbert falardeau. residence.

f8 N'cwhall st. uneral from the Edward Rurns A Sons Funeral Home. 204 Main Monday. May 22. at 9 a.

m. followed by a Requiem High Mass at the Church of the Sacred Heart at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends ndly invited FKNOCKETTI In Orient Heights. East Boston. Ma.v 18.

Alfred, age B7 years, beloved husband of Mary (Lovezolai and father of Alma and Leonard FenOcketti. residence 7:1 Harnes av Funeral from the Magrath Funeral Home, Meridian and Havre Monday morning at 8:43. Solemn Requiem High Mass. at St. Lazarus' Church at 9:30 i inn frlAMWe nmta lirilina i a i n7 -j ia i ft iiwuia i ivi i iu iu lit.

"LYNN In Natick. May 18. Edward husband of Mary A. (AuhuchonU. Funeral from his residence.

111 South Main on Monday morning at 8 o'clock. High Mass of Requiem to follow in St. Patrick's Church at 9. Relative and friends are invited. FLOWERS TILI 124 Tremont St.

Liberty 2 4317 i FULL BENEFITS FOR AGES 5 TO 85 YEARS! i i He Cl VVrt ri Ilrilivr cu Ol. JUI1I1, r5. Capt Bisset also leaves two other daughters. Mrs. Roy A.

Faye of. Hamilton. R. and Mrs. Lewis A.

I Look of Belmont; 11 grandchildren; io ii'rii Li nnui iui ir a ii miivr great-great-grandchildren. Dr. Louis C. Cornish Memorial services for Dr. Louis Craig Cornish, president of the American Unitarian Association "-an vnuaiiou nsouimuun from 1927 to 1937 and also president 0f tne American Unitarian Associa- Clyde Potts MORRISTOWN.

N. May 19 API Former Mayor Clyde Potts, wvxwt v-viiu. DEATH NOTICES FHIPPS In Chestnut Hill. May 18. Harry hushand of klizaoeth D.

o. 3 Gerry road. Funeral services at the Newton Cemetery Chapel. Newton Center, on Saturday at 1:30 p. m.

Please pnsAwum west Medford. May 18. Pas- quale, beloved hu-band of Angle (Giar- diello. Rosato. Funeral from his late 8:45 a.

rn. Solemn High" Mass of quiem at St. Leonard's Church. Prince st Boston, at 10 a. m.

Relatives and friends invited to attend. RUTLEDGE In Belmont, suddenly. May rant' William Rutlpfizc. Funeral LXV0t: a' Interment in Belmont Cemetery. Visit-, lng hours 2-4 and 7-10 p.

SMART Of Foxboro. Ma.v 19. Fnbait husband of Rose M. (Liedkai Smart, in his 61st year. Funeral services Sunday.

May 21. at 2 p. m. at the St Mark's Episcopal Church. South st Foxboro Masonic graveside services at the Rock Hill Cemetery.

Foxboro Friends mav eall at the Roberts' Funeral Home. 30 South Foxboro, from 2-o and 7-10. STANLEY In Watertown. Mav 19. James beloved son of the late Sarah i nee Manning i and Patrick Stanley.

Funeral from his home. 548 Mt. Auburn Monday. Mav 22. at 8 a.

m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Theresa's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend. Late member of the Roval Arcanum.

Everett-Elm Council. No. 6. Retired leiter carrier. THOMPSON In Cambridge May 18 19S0 Harriett wife of the late Walter G.

Thompson. Late residence. 72 Watktns Woilaston. formerly of Funeral services in the Emmanuel Ban list Churrh. Magazine at Putnam on ivionaay.

lviav za. at Relatives and friends invited. Friends may rail at the Watson Funeral Home. II Magazine at Central sq Saturday and Sunday afternoon and evening. VIOLET In Dorchester.

May 17. Ethel Violet, beloved wife of James Violet of 229 Adams st. and sister of Mrs. Elaine from "the Arthur c. Hasiotis Funeral i Home.

1642 Commonwealth Boston. Saturday. May 20 at 1 p.m. Funeral services at the Cathedral of the Annun- ciation. Parker and Ruggies Boston at 2 p.m.

Relatives and friends in-1 vited. Visiting hours 2-5 and 7-11 p. m. WHITE In Dorchester. May 19.

Edward Hal. White in hie vpar Fiinprat i S'cr" pnvale' not send WHITE-Suddenly Quincy. May 18 1 rK A 1 Donald beloved husband of Mabel I (Blonde' White, of 83 Upland road.j anu ueviiipu iHinti oi wuiidia uciirm F. and William H. White.

Funeral from the Sweeney Brothers' Home for Funerals. 1 Independence Quincy. Monday. May 22. at 9:15 a.

m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. John's Church at 10 o'clock Relatives and friends invited to attend. Visiting hours Saturday and Sunday afternoon and evening Late member of St. John's Holy Name Society.

WOI.FSON -In Chelsea. May 19. Jacob, of 162 ShurtlefT beloved father of Anna W. Gilbert. Samuel and Joseph Wolfson.

brother of Max VVolfson. Services on Sunday, May 21. at 11 a. at the Torf Funeral Chapel. 151 Washington Chelsea Visiting hours at the Torf chapel this evening.

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The BOSTON GLOBE Saturday. 7 to 9. and Sunday, and 7 to 9. iinf 3Y A LOUER In Revere. May 19.

Charles in his 80th year, beloved husband of the late Annie E. (Roberts! and father el Mildred LrJuer and Mrs. Walter Smith of Revere Services at the De Ncill Funeral Home. 38 1 Broad -s Sunday at 2:30 p. m.

Relatives and friends are invited. Interment private. Visiting hour? 2-5 and 7-10. LYDON-In Brighton. May 19, Matthew beloved son of Delia (Monsi and the late Thomas Lydon.

Residence. 1 Cypress ct. Funeral from the George Lacy Funeral Home. 129 Harvard Rrookline, Monday morning at 8:10. followed bv a Solemn High Mass of Re quiem at St.

Columbkille's Church at 9 i oiiock. Relatives and lnends are kindly invited. Interment St. Joseph's Cemetery. hours 2-5 and 7-10.

Veteran of World War I. MATTHES In Jamaica Plain. Mav 18. Joanna i nee Sullivan i beloved wife of George H. Matthes.

uneral from her late home. 20 Lee on Monday at 8 a. Solemn H'gh Mass of Requiem in St. Thomas" Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends kindly invited.

MAYO In Balboa. Canal Zone. Sunday. May 14 by accident. Frank formerly of Somerviiie.

beloved husband of Ruth (Cronini. son of Margaret M. Mayo of Somerviiie. Pro-Rurial Solemn HiBh Mass at St. Joseph's Church.

Somerviiie. Monday. May 22 at 9 a. m. Relatives and friends invited.

McCAFFREY In Attleboro. Thomas E. McCaffrey. P. D.

B. P. O. F.lks.. Mass.

Southeast. Funeral from the Stephen Foley Funeral Home. 12H South Main Monday. May 22,, at 9 o'clni-k. follower! hv rtlpirn Requiem Mass at St.

John's Church at I 10 n'clni'k Rohitn aivl frtmiHt in vited to attend. Calling, hours Saturday aim Sunday, 2-5, -10 p. m. M.H" DONALD- In Everett. May 19 1950.

Catherine E. i Donovan', beloved wife of Archibald MacDnmild. residence. 57 Preseott t. Funeral from the Charles Murnhv Funeral Home.

519 Broad wh.v Mond morrunc at 8. followed by a Solemn High Mass in the Immaculate Conception Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited Interment. Holy Cross. Visiting hours.

2-5 and 7-10 p. McG RATH At the Holy Ghost Hospital. Ma.v 18. Patrick, husband of the late Ro-e A. mee MeGrath i.

and father of Mis. Rose Gorman of Roxbury. and brother of Annie MeGrath of Marblehead. Funeral from the Brariv Funeral Home. 10 Tower Forest Hills.

Monday morning. May 22. at 8 Solemn 1e-quiem H'gh Mass in St. Andrew of the Ano'tlo Church at 9 o'clock Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 2-5 ana v-io p.

m. McNAMARA In Ncponset. May 19. JamH Nama a. Tunera.

rmm i notne, .1 uonneil sq. opposite St. Ann's Churrh Tnrtav at fl tv, Col emn Rectuiern Mass at St. Ann's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited Late member St.

Louise Court No. 181, M. C. F. MOLFSINI In Winchester (formerly of Somervt lei May 18.

suddenly. Louise M. (Polandni Molesini. beloved wife of the late Benvenuto Molesini. Funeral from the home of her daughter.

Mrs. Charles Capone. Irving Win- rnester. Monday. May 22.

at 8 a m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Mary's Church. Winchester, at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited.

Somerviiie Press please copy. MOORE Of South Acton. Mav 19 Sterling Moore, in his vear Services at his home. 164 Main Mondav, at 2. Friends ma.v call Sunday evening.

O'CONNOR In Foest Hills. May 18. John beloved husband of Geneva Mc-Devitti O'Connor and father of Mrs. illiam Mitchell. Mrs.

Robert Carr, Mrs. Frank Ohmeyer of St. Louis. residence 168 Hvde Park av Funeral from the Brady Funeral Home. 10 Tower Forest Hills.

Monday morning. May 22. at 9. Solemn Requiem High Mass in St Andrew the Apostle Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited.

Late veteran World War I. Visiting hours 2-10 p. m. ROOD Of Maiden. May 19.

J. Burton Rood of 21 Howard St Services at the Funeral Home of A N. Ward Son. 37 Maple Maiden. Monday, at .1 m.

may call at the funeral home Saturday. 7 to 9 P. Sunday, 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. UNVEILINGS The unveiling of a memorial tablet to the late MRS.

ELLA BENDETSON mI1 hp held Suncia. Mav 21. 190. "'r" nrti am Keiauves ana friends invited IX MEMORIAM 1949 John A. Manner 1950 Lovin'rlT remembered nd sadly, missed.

Wife. Damrhter. Brother. Masses offered. 1946 Furtado OCR BELOVED BIBIANA Pear is your memory Nearest mr hrart The place that you hold Will never depart.

And all throinh the yean thev manv or few Will be years of memory Pear Blh'ana of you. Misi Mav 2rtth. at A M. ft. Haehael'n Churrh.

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EVENING MORNING if Toy i'J'HIuV III nnlnilH Minn veronica Naughton of 28 Rockland' st' Hargest general merchandise estab- fnrmerly of Everett Relatives and lishment in the citv when it was friends are respectfully invited to at rm tend the funeral from the Keohane burned out in 1917. The son re-Funeral Home. 333 Hancock North established it on Union st. and later R. L.

KENT, Registrar Agent. Globe 244 Washington Boston 7. Mass. I hereby make application for the Accumulating General Coverage Accident Policy of the Washington National Insurance Company. PHrtment.

He was a member of Concord Lodge of Elks, Minute-Man Forest Wardens Protective Association and Firemen's Relief Association. He leaves a wife, the former Catherine Moran; a daughter. Helen two brothers and one sister. Th ho MntiHav at tne luneiai Will ne ivionaay ai 2:30 in Trinitarian Congregational -h Rnhprt Rarhpr Lnurcn- Kev- KOOeri H. BdrDer Will officiate, assisted by Rev.

Ed- nrqrrl TVjt-iiole ef the, ITircf Parish Church and chaplain of the fire de- partment Interment will be in Clpenv Hnllnw Cemeterv. Thomas E. McCaffrey ATTLEBORO. May 19 The of Thomas E. McCaffrey.

60, of 30 South Main for 40 years a leading merchant here and past district deputy of the Elks, will be Monday with a solemn requiem high mass at 10 a. m. in St. John's Church. A native of Attleboro.

he joined his father, Thomas E. McCaffrey, in operation of a department store soon after graduating from Phillips Academy in 1907. The store was the moved to Park st. He had his own building constructed 15 years ago and also built a large mercantle building on Union st. He was district deputy of the southeastern section of the state for mii.iii3iiiW4i.i do I I ICI I I Mrs.

Helen Kastner of Barrington, R. I. Burial will be in St. John's Cem etery. The body is at the Stephen H.

Foley funeral home at 126 South Main Ft. Mrs. Edith Bass PETERBORO, N. May 19 A memorial service for Mrs. Edith Bird Bass, widow of former Gov.

Robert P. Bass of Peterboro. will be held Saturday afternoon at 3 in All Saints Episcopal Church. Bishop John W. Dallas of Concord will officiate, assisted by Rev.

James E. McKee. rector. Mre Bass, mother of Perkins Bass. president Ot tile M'W riampsnire State Senate, died March 23 at her Summer home in Aiken, N.

Quincy. Monday. May 22. at 8:15 a Solemn Mass of Requiem at the Blessed Sacrament Church at 9 o'clock. Late member of Local No.

3 Stationary Engineers. A. F. of L. Visiting hours.

2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. Please omit flowers. Olive Branch Rebekah Lodge, 21, 1.0. 0.

F. Mmh. I Home Delivered (by Newsboy) Subscribers Check here For this protection I agree to pay my newsdealer or carrier 6 cents per week, or at the rate of 6 cents per week if he collects monthly, in addition to the regular home delivered charge for the Morning or Evening Globe. Mail Subscribers check here I enclose $1.25 which covers my subscription (Outside Boston Postal District) to the Morning Globe for one month (at a rate of $1.00 per month) and also pays for the Accumulating General Accident Policy for one month. Please start delivering the Morning Evening I now have the Morning Evening Globe sister Harriet a.

Thompson. P. N. g. i beer of the Edward Douglas White Rebekah services will be held Sunday.

Assembly, 4th degree K. of and May 21 at the Watson Funeral Home. rAl 0. Magazine Cambridge at 8 p.m. Fu-the Order of Red Men.

neral Monday. Ma.v 22 at the Emmanuel' For manv vears he was a Repub-Baptist Church, corner of Magazine rjtv "mmmittppman onH h-k- Putnam av Cambridge at 2 p. m. MAR-inca" city committeeman and was gar c. carman.

N. Elizabeth! a close friend of President Calvin s. no well, R. s. iCoolidae.

i 77 Surviving are two sisters. Mrs. Pleasant Park YaCht Club (Isabella Healey of this city and (Middle Initial) (First Name) Your Full Name. Street Address. Globe to my home.

delivered to my home. Age. (Last Name) State. Relationship of Beneficiary. Name) City Beneficiary's Full Name.

(First Name) (Middle Initial) (Last We i eg'-et to announce the death of, Brother Phil LundberK. Funeral from his late residence. 43 Bellevue Win-throp. Saturday. May 20.

Service at 2 p. m. JAMES A DOHERTY. Commodore: SAL-V A TORE F. VITALE.

Secretary. Newton Lodge, No. 1327, B. P. 0.

Elks We regret to announce the death of our Brother Edwin O. Childs, past exalted ruler and charter member. Funeral service at the Elliot Congregational Church. Center st Newton. Saturday.

May 20. at 2 p. m. Members ma.v visit st the Elliot Church. Friday.


Secy. INTERNATIONAL UNION OF ELEVATOR CONSTRUCTORS, LOCAL 4 We regret to announce the death of Brother Philip F. Lundberg Funeral from nis ate residence. 4. Be nvue av vin-i throp, Saturday.

May .20. Services at a p. m. thomas t. kkenan.

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