The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on November 15, 1958 · 11
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THE BOSTON DAILY GLOBE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1938 Eleven DEATHS BAKER In North Quincv. Knv. John c. oemvcu busi-iund ol encc (McLati&hlmi. Wci.'tivr-s friends are le.spccTiuii.v muiied attend the ltnerai trom m home. 5.1 Hovev M.. Monnav ut ft:l.i HiKh Mass of Requiem m Sdi-red B Heart Church at In oclocK. member ot Old Dorchester AX. Visiting hours 2-s and 7 Lte bout 10. BARNKS In Dorchester. November 1. Evebn C. tnee Lin:iKe.vi. negated wile ot Jonn J. barncs. jrtnther of Janet and Jonn harm -u residence 21 Heela St. 1 antra: from the Bernard Keiiv y tun Funeral Home. 8 Chinch St.. o.t Monday, November 3. r.t B:lo. Solemn Mass o Requiem at fat. Ambrose Church at 9 11 rlnrlc Hrla- tives ana friends invited. C'di.m Co:.i:i;in, junani hours 2-5 and i-lu D.m. iCu"- i i V 'li u BEEVERS In Neerlham. November Deal. A F i d 13. Frank A., husband of Lillian A. .. Beavers. 36 Nohoioen St. Survive, at u" i-Jiuo, Jonn the Eaton Funeral Home. lu.il Di ioro, jenn 17. at 1:30 rrm. Visiting hours Sat- urday, 7-9; Sunday. 3-5 and 7-9. - BEKGEEON Tn Snmerville. suddenlv. Nov. 12. 1958. Grace B. Starr nl ai rranKiin av., neloved wile ot th" late Albert BerKeron. Funeral from the A. A. Duncan Funeral Home. 18 HatWorn st. toff 78 B'oadwavi. Monday at 8 a.m. Solemn H:r! Mass in St. Benedict's Church at 9 a.ru Visiting hours 7-10 D.m. BINGHAM Of West Newton. Nov. 12. Norman. W.. of 125 Prince St.. husband of Ethel (Stetson i. Funeral services at the Mt. Auburn Ome. tery (Story Chapel), Cambridge. Saturday, Nov. 15 at 2 P.m. Fin.-i.ds are invited. BITTMAN Of Mattanan. suddenly November 14. Geori-e G., beloved lcnra 5ft MiMnrf A,.c T,',, , -al 1 services at the A lfred D. Thnmaslkallimcos. Jumcs Funeral Home, 4 Fremont St.. Ivion-i- , t. day afternoon at 2. Relatwes an(j ;', ManJty friends respectfully inviied. Vis:t-Keefe. Edward P-ing hours Saturday evening 7-10. iK.r,...v v-tt-Sunday 3-5 and 7-10. ium-y. tttj BRENNAN In Dorchester, Novem-I ber 13, 1958, Patrick Joseph, who' made his home with Mr. and Mis. Thomas F. Davis. 15 Whitman st. i tuneral from the Stephen E. Brcn-! nick Funeral Home. 138 N' r St. (corner of Whitman St. I, Monriaw November 17, at 8 a.m. Solemn li'i;h Mass of Reauem in St. Matthews Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and' friends invited. Former sexton of St. Matthew's Church for 40 years. Late member of St. Matthew's Holv Name Society, and N.C.O.F Visiting hours 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. BRYAN In North Qutney. suddenly. Nov. 14. Lawrence M.. brother of Mrs. Gertrude Harrington of 81 Walnut St., formerly of 91 Hancock St., Dorchester. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend I the funeral from the Keohane Fu neral Home, 333 Hancock St.. North Quincv. Monday, at 8:15. High Mais of Requiem in Sacred Heart Church at 9 o'clock. Visiting hours 2-aiand 7-10 D.m. BUCKLAND Of Quincy. Nov. 13. Cleveland Bolivar, husband of Mae (Hayes) Buckland, of 10 Rhurte st. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the services at Hip Deware Bros. Memorial Chapel. 5ib Hancock St., . Wollaston, Monday. Nov. 17. at 1. p.m. Friends may visit at the funeral home -Saturday evening 7-9 p.m. and Sunday 2-4 snd 7-9 p.m. CALL3NAN In Cambridge, November 14, Mary (O'Brien) Calhoun, ' of 93 Lincoln St., wife of the late John CalHnan, mother of Mtirun. Patrick, Thomas. John, and James Callinan and Catherine Sullivan. Funeral from the Daniel F. O f'ru-n Funeral Home, 907 Mass. Av.. ( ant-bridice, Monday at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass at St. Mary's Chui-h at 9 a.m. Relatives and iricnds invited. Visiting hours 2-; ai-.a 7-10 p.m. ASAMENTOIn Maiden. Nov. 13. Thomas M husband of Mary San.o Casamento of 159 Pearl St. Fu i U from Owen P. Doonan Sons I ui 1 Home, 7 WicHow St.. at I e. i on Monday at 8:30. Reciuiem H' h Mass in the ' Church of the Immaculate Concention at 9:15. Relatives and frienas invited. hours 3-5 and 7-10 Saturday and Sunday. CAUMAN On Thursday, Nov. 1:;, Josephine E., of New Yoik C , . i beloved sister of Myer Caamrn a -d Rachel Woloer of Brookime. K. tt'.-; erine Small of San Dle: o. Cal Rebecca Cauman. New York L U.I Ida hnapuo ot Boston. .a. Paulive of Chelsea, Leah C u i of Brookline, Bella Kaplan. V an-inKton, D.C.. and Ethel Cauman of ' San Francisco. Call.'. Services at the Levine Cnapei, 470 I.arvavd St.. Brookline, on Sunday. Nov. Id. at 1 p.m. Memorial week at the home of her niece, Mrs. Leo Levins. 3 . High Rock Terrace, Chestnut Hid. CIARCIA Of 160 Walnut St., Somer ville. Nov. 13, Giuseppe, beloved hnhanH ,f iho 1at ni HSU :J! . i.Oll (llCe LaRosai and father of Franc C i-raco, Maria. Salvatore, and Millie Listro. Funeral from the Dello Hu u Funeral Home, 306 Main st., Men-ford, on-Monday at 8 a.m. Situ Rmniiim Hiyh Mass in St. Anne s Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting horns z a.i 7-1C Late member of the t. in tini Bagni Society of Mediord ana I the North End Citizens' Club ol Boston. COYMAN In Charlestown. Nov. 14. 1053. Johanna C. lOLearvl of lid, Medtord St., beloved wile of the late Eichard G. Cnyrnan and moll er oi Claiie. Petto of Melio-e. R ill I r-,.lH V William P. flllrt .in.tn'e. M. Coyman; sister of Maisaut M. Mirisoia of South Bt-iop, Join, James, and Francis O'Lear.v. Funeral from the Frank H. Cmr Funeral Home, 220 Blinker Hill. si.. Monday. 8:15. Solemn High M-i. in St. Catherine's Church at 9 a m. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. La'.-member Third Order of St. f raiicia. CULLIN'AN Of Hyde Park and Dorchester, Nov. 13. William L.. e-loved husb.jid of Nora ,De-inen.vi Cullman and father of Sister Ann Patrice of Sisters Of Cnantv Na.-areth. Kentucky: Frances Eann :lo of Stoughton. William Lotus C; i: linan of Dedham. residence 1.4 Monticello av.. Dorchester. Funeiat from thp N. C, Carroll Funeral Home. 22 Oak st.. Jl.vde Par, , oi day morning at 6. High .Mass ol Beouicm in St. ChriUoon.-i Church. Dorcliester. at 9. K and friends invited. Visiting hours 2-5 and 7-10. PEAL In Medford. Nov. 13. A. Fred, husband of Asues ( M Donoi-'-lu. and father of Virginia Loiai 'i i and Robert Deal, of 71 P.nLirt t Funeral from the A. J. l-aeslm & Son Funeral Home, 5a4 I ic i i 6t., Maiden, Monday at 9:1a. Solemn Hiuh Mass at the ImntuliU Conception Church at 10. Hrniki o Somerville Lodge ol Elks and Tri r'ai Pinefitiers Union aid Holy Name Society. Visiting hours 3-5 and 7-10, DeFROMZO In East Boston. Nov. 14, 1938. John, of 221 Lom-on st., beloved husband oi Lena bi (;! Adream); devoted brother of Dominic. Aln'r.onsc, Mrs. Mary Mo-cone. Mrs. Helen Gig Ho, -V - s. H-Tj Vecchio. and Mrs. Anne GuinHum. Funeral' Monday from St. A. th i s Chanel of the Rapino .Hi-noriel Home. 9 Chelsea st, fMivenck sq.i.i at 9 45 a m. solemn i-iitin liiuss m Our Ladv of Mt. Carmel Church at 10:15 a.m. Relatives and fill invited to attend. Visiting rn,. s 2-4 and 7-10 p.m. Interment Hm.v Cross Cemetery. Veteran of i.,(. War II and late member of Veterans of Foreign Wars in Revere. DeTOliO In liox'uury. Nov. 14. Jonn Deloro. oeiovea nusoniiti oi i:. iLandal DeToro: father of rifTorn -.Ir.. and Sister .liiiin . To f ,-into-lviuro. ruoeiat imm . Good & Sons Funeral Ho i t Dudlev St., Monday. Nov. 17 at Kj am. Solemn High Mass of Bequieml at St, John's C.io'eh at 9 nruick.l Relatives and friends invited to at-; tend.. Visiting hour:. 2-5 arc i to i Veteran W.W.I. Late member of, the Koxbury Post 44. A.L. i ' DEWAR Of EJiiahton. formerly of Jioslindnie, Nov. 11. Mail, tt (O'Neill, beloved wife of the li ic Alexander J. and motner ot UonaUil J Dewar of Brighton. Mrs. Joan, Sheonard of Holbrook and si ter of Mrs. Mary McKachern of hus- llndale. Mrs. Bally vvnite ot r.ct-i mont and William H. O'Keil of Ros-lindale. Residence 196 Washington St. Funeral from the P. E. Murray Funeral Home. 2000 Centre st.. at Lagrange St.. West Roxburv. Monday. Nov. 17, at 9:15 a.m. Solemn Requiem High Mass at Church of the Holy'Nanie at. 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends most kindly ,n-Vited. Lite past president of Irvny - Adams Post No. 36 Auxibary and member of Widows of World War I. Chapter I. Visiting hours Saturday 7-10 p.m.. Sunday 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. LOCAL and DISTANT GREATER BOSTON SINCE 1832 J 1 l C r i r nri .Barnes, ivi-tyn C. , L: cn I a u I a i ' lit 1 n C u t tJ Li ha m. Not riniinun, Ol Jiti Boone, iLc H. lift'Mi.;in. P. J. Livn. Lav. i er re Euci-.land. C. B Ca.un.m. .Ninrv-CiMilnento. i i-u,3 Ciuniun. Joseph, Clarcia. Gium-uui i i F o J t 1 L N L 03 .1 : i. 0 I Vi. j u - r 1 aai l . .j ..a. ' . , ii..' i-uul. cover. Jo: "-'" Ant Dev. - ar. Miut. F'm.oie, L. h n;o ar : ct Feilnieih. En.ile h oscl. Harrv Ford. Jeremiah Fox. Juna C. Gallant. Canaille L. Goodrich, tii.. liormnn. David H. H u lis i i V Hart, Florence M. Henernan. Fcicn F Hit rl G( Hitiginy. Anna F. . R. L. n t i tX IU Viu J i i i IsK Huthinson. Donald JOn.lSOI : , a 11 If il. Vl:iCon;c, iW V i . 1 i i. V oiperu Ev 1 ! D DiCICCO In tomo. heto jomervi! a 1 is, Nov. 14. All (Ui'Grei oiio t Ti:f ;- ot 3 1 li Charles DiCi-, rn. Jo: thouv Jr. D.C.cra. . livicii'iie. ails. -a:,n ;ce Ala l ucelai on , tht ( 1 i ua.erai lam.e. i ; ,j a-, emu Jri l i i ",,ss oi in Ann s Cnu' Cii at 10 it s it i i ii at it. nit hour 2-a. i-i.J. Kl IEIH-lncu 1 L.a. ici,. i U.-.C1..1 A. ri sion. Nov. 1-i. I FILMORF -Of R Genoa ltalv. bv lit Is Livut 'J. ) i.e .: Jr.. fatn.lv rt:a lid., son of Clad line Loiiny ilan. ices wal be i I i f ii a the i- i Harv d Fierce Siie;-is. i-aoM-Novembar la at 2 and frienus leviied call at the B-.'il ltn Fri V. ashiii- :ou tt.. iri from 7-9. FC IL- Ijl ,M J No y oveuiii 14. Harry ol ii i .i (. ailencit-r i'.i. t:nesL'ir. liu:, )... d or trie ii (tiooutiian i a:;ii cevoied ! i antes urtilot. Newtori J-IViarll:'n Osna':.kv. i loral . and iiytiiail rc'a-l. hull. d b S i i' ii ureat-ftrandcriiku-en be' vi( k iso Feauoii OVCIli i- l- t t 11 i. n j3:niet. U.S. be s.v'liitjath.v leu nieinoiy to your ratariiy. FORD In Cambnrtne. November luo esi-or ai iunii. ii D. octr htr uand o' Anra 'res.-i.si i f.:t:ier of Airs, iui!-..'! S- r-acK. "ll " w on I U " i f i Dr. Kunard ford. fif.fva, I. his laui noiue. ii t.u. ie:-el Ave.. M d.iy. r-io.c'iioor at a.m. f-ou h i!u, r.iass oi. P.eouioia in t. Pe i Cnu'cn. Cor.co.d Ave., at 10 o c ' I i s t 1 il 1 n t VinUam hours sa::n:.;v an-i S lirt 7-11, Pi New Yuri; Li; i D 1 P u copy. i ITvrie Pari: 3. J-.i i iw 'ten ot lc v. i: , oi- tu.e ; motner ol 1 1 'k J., K. : ryn A. .: 3u ".: i.tnu. F ii.-.erut i - .1 1 C innii liiue-al l-.i me s'... A I a-da :-. .Nuv 1 7 a rim hecunuai lii;. n Cnurcn of Me tioil ! at H a ni. V isii'i . Li not: 7-10 n. in., s iture.iy a- r.n l 7-iil n.ui, tale m A::ncs" 1 ourt i.COi. Oi of Jl ami Anc GALLANT In Chelsea. Nov . 14. c i ' mine I... rtn.u J r ( t 1 i ii (l.et 'au-i .-ni'l iatu.nr ct iviur'e a':a law enee tianuu. r ilin.i .v i ii'in toe piank A. We'itii. Ko. (uuuv.il H i i 718 1 l i r o 17 t 8 a.m. ri n siu i ruaer.-il A m the A iilCl t 9 a m. T.mruivee nv trie,ios mo.-, k'-'rl v irivmxl. Visitina nours 2-a a-d 7-10. GOODRICH Tn Pethlchem. P-i.. for-t f 1 i t i i i Jar. Fnahr-iii ijiciii. wue of the !::le F.veiiuie 1.. Goo :r,r;i ard mother ni vlrs. A'-' a . i:1 ur -: ol I he i h J i r 11 0 rost n 1 i 1 01 Cr. :-:-,, etiuii'.. .FC. Rliill .uoul"-oii of ln,,';inrt'.n. ilu-s. an-i :,u. Fnabu:a :Mo-. er or Fa. , V ill i I M 4 c a i i- Ci iii un fv " y a: n i i : . -i s's.. Jamaica p::un on. Nov. 17. ;.t 1 p.m. Vi..ir.t lo-.:, p, thp 'Nr-iim anrl ?:-'r.n Fu-T"-al Hot ii 44 I s J i T i i S (ui-dav an-i S mo-.v 3:;J"-n:-o u- :l 7-9 p m. Ku'-'tnus anri irienu--. ate in-ited. surmved bv 11 i";na:ehl,-d'n and 2 g.aat izranti: n:iorc;i. G' I N O t 1 OV 1" b vi H of r ( t ill sr., of the l..t? rv-vid . a"" .L're i'I.Ui (io-naii Ru.ucd h.-o-'-'-r o' r oth c - o i l n ti ir T C i Tin n ' i ' m A:nii'-r :r. Fur -t-al from t"e 1. ,' - pit .7. j !.! Sar.eral Hone. -. : S.-mth Jljmimetlnn ,'-:".-,.-PU-u-i imit. Ca.-flin.-il O ( o c n n i t -i 1 Mu-s of Tteauiem :n c-u Anuina,.; r'-iit-i, at a.m. F :vc boors S-itiirdii 7 -10 o m. (Vnitcr.-. t.!l'' Po't Off.re C H "T-s Ot M,-:rv M. Hi, 1 pynolus F.ri T'nroo Stvuet i Visiting hours meiTiuer F ) throo. nvrtrli'-r 1 ruu services at 1; !l I " I V I n f-oriuav ot 1 in Sunday mul 7- r u.ati - Tn itl-i .-mot'tn. - of F N i 11 1 lo- 1 1 t i 1 - i t h v. Fu- in 1 n t ) run. !'"' o c Ccn'.-r C' -,s r-- r-r- 1 1 ,- 7-9 '). 4 and 7-B p f H In A i i-.n F. i ' ' ! !.w of W! w P. ) ot Tii-ru i fox - I , n. W. r.,...,,,an ft 1 1 ? k t Si H h M si 14. R-1.-; a-:' n, ul 7-9 ii.' IUrl il bi ch. 1 C I 1 1 i i J 1 v lull 1 1 V. :ru. s- -,i ei e -V. HP- G-'S-,In ?.! Tt.i'il. .nv. 14 A - ' l f ii i i i C tlltl eo'lu M I ) alt ' li i ; t I 1 0 I 4 r ' 1 c 1 j ford so... oi I'ict'.-'i, -,'. 17. at: 9 am !ii!--nn Hu-n ::- ri -it Jieif I "elt 1 i tllf 1 i i. --in-.- : -, ;rrt '" to ' ri I H"TCH!NSOX -Of 14 Cbnri'h st.. Pe h mi i iv I li t I h'l: lain! ol Am"ia i lUiiu id: I lU'd i i h- .-.urr oi C: u- "n ,'U"."i ;n I ' nui'u.-p M. Peti -,on of Jan)--, -a I r am. tservu.es v I he ueul ;u ( n & 1 n t I II t I it 1 l s ' ' tliiv Nov. "i ui 2 m. vi u I h i rs s,rt i d i 7 i n I li i ( t ill rf f r i i i i i i to s, T i L ' i (. n i i nlo i I d st ' V o-:t Foxnury. JC - I N C ,i u f is ' 1' 1 1 av. WiUOW ill ,. -! : i -- : '"I .-(.: - ' f'""l U".:i'i-r i" u. I! J h 1 1 i I 1 1 1 I 1 U 1 'I j ir 1 i ,u, u'l-un . :: u: v. ,-.ou i i, n -t i i ' h s s u- dev. ' 1 :-.nd Kfi 1.1.1" Ctl.-s -I ", porchr-u-r. nv i :. u Ka'linie-' -. i I Th. i"i t.. D.-uvr-.e- : -r. nuuiveit I-: r.t T -l : -.: :o T i, I ; A- ' C : nl'i i " I II 1 1 1 da-- . Nov. IT. -t 1 r. re i- in i-i - vu-es m St. J,u ,.'s l. h , u 1 t T T F u 1 I H T 1, Hoop t'cmt'y. Fo-Li-ii. rp jftlf-'ri -ti crnumjr I '. '. : . i J fu, :, -tk j i. i. - i ii r -i .iJi i 1 J 13. he- nc It L ol Opal ui Dor- -uiiiuui uionuuiv at a.m. .-aiala luu.c-iai Hnn-,e, lz.i ii a v.. tnuu,ea. loiiinved lie un i s r.l'.-:.:vj; CnaiLh at 10 a.m. a a ri.vno.s are KiiiQiV i .t ii.fr iuuii Sauiraav 2-u - aui.v 2-1 U. L.iU luenl-- iui.sn laicons Acst noo.i Xra-.veil. Nov. 13. Edward a it j-;. "u of x.riah '11-:e. L.iner ct li-.s Nancy a:at A'aul Vs. Ketie ot oriy..:':-r t:t .v.vs. Lesler al Kailierme Ket-ie ,'e. l.'ii'.nas x. Keele ot tu-.r:..! from tne bpaiien '1:11.11 St - orweii. .MOtl. ! it:;a arn. h n F.eouiem ;i. t-i-- .in s Churcn. male 3 :t bt O t'KirK. In lu u of Lai ma! j; its rnav he marie ::, s Lliuich. Cnapei cail-; .:arr:av -9 p.m.. Sun-ad J-9 p.m. I (I Ti u 1 O! lil i:to av. Nov. 13. iltDur'h. Pa.. . eeoii.d Mile beiove't mom-.i;;itln Kennev. tne iate Fob- 1-a aim a 1; 3f Am S ! l s t r oi Vi - : tir. l::. tori, nana Lmson e. r-.ioiias v. srr..m ot f sarvaes- at the Temine ii 1 i!Mo Comm. Ae . d.;v. Nov. lo. at 10 ra--i-ai-!.:l v.erK at the home i i L 4 E - Hit .P.uantou. Fittsuuns papers WW. in MIston. Nov. 13. Ger- t. iii-niM,') of la :8 Com.ion-i av.. oelovel wiie oi trrd- D. orii and devotcn motlier nil Brouan ot New York ill irs. i.ueille McGov- I iis. Iaheiie lave, and Mrs. ia, e Leonard. Funeral from rank 1,'. 1 ally & Son Funeral . ..in l'arvard ht.. Brookline. C u i h a I Uoicav rn al j:la. Solemn limn Mass 'pneiri n) St. Aiuans Churcn o r oi h'eiaties and friends r.. j .ui ttoi: v invited to auend. st Paul s Cemetery. Ar-n v.-iimg liuius 2-5 and 7-10. OP Fslirdaie November 13. .nc K. 'r.n;eii beloved w lie Hum 1 te lfi:.. tne ial: .'uichael E. and mother l.cmi :d c. of Care lanianeth. Xoinia.; E ot Neeoham. . P at Foe .'and. Mrs. Mary i-tOin of Caluoinia. fcesiA-m-e. tn .neve st b utiera! irom the .1 ii inns Funeral Home. 4z.jb h .'to i st. (Koslmdaie sq.) ovemher n at a a.m. Id uem i.Iass in the Hoiv h at 9 o clock. VlSltlllK oms s.i:uri!ay and fcunoay. j-o ! ituci 7-ln p ro. LC'KHAliT Suddonlv. in Needham ii f;-nru s . brother oi M : :-.r ,t T. and Miss Anna A. : K .art- Mrs. A. K. Camnnell ana -e- Arinur Locknart. Service at F ion Funeral Home. 131 hLi 1 av - Suntiay. Nov. 16. at 2 u m, .- rl L LC T i'i. .'..-,-ait' r.ours Saturday.- 3-0 v-J i'lteinient Forest flllls r't nv. Monday. 10::i0 a.m. j,pr).in South Boston. Nov. ! -ie Ui V. ( -V.cLaui'.hlm). be-ti wo'e'of the iate Eichard B.. 'o r oi: Thomas F.. and hichard Lnmbai'ri Jr.. and Mrs. Janet ..ut l.'esirtence 42 Old Colony (r. '.eral fiom tile Jolin 0. Mulrv lo n, 1 ta Funeral home. SM NuDOliset av.. Dorcui-Klrr. iviondn.v. at 8 a.m. Sol-em Ku.'n Tvui-s ot Requiem in St. TUtnnira's Church at o'clock. Re!a- i. :,nrl (.minis mVited. VlSltmC hours Saturday 7-10. Sunday 2-51 a id 7-W- Luie mcmoer ot women s Aiiv,n,irv Fust X-.0. 2u. A.L. of t uui, .,'iown. tt Vt-jT-Tn East Boston. Nov. 14. jo,,. V.'.. resaitnee in-met ton st,. ,.,,1 o' the t:u,e Amos D. and Sarah a i -ini'i hvi I.oveit. Services at t ... Fu ji.iti C- Kuoy F uneral Home. ,.! - i-...,rin..ioii 1,1.. Orient Heisnts. I..!.,,,ci:n- tn 1 p.m. Visiting hours 2 4 and 7-10. LFN'DiN' Suddenly. formerly of Vru.'orrt and .Miami. Oula., Nov. l.s. j-::. j.-i.- Uiird C. nu-snand of Gloria ( u .ar e,-) and father of Gienna and 1-. .s:. i Son oi Line iCari-oni and I ir,r F I-unam ot 20 Joyce rd.. - V",u,n-ri r.roinur of Fiooert Lund in ,-, Hn nr-ioad. Calif. Services m tne C, . in al Churcn. of West -. . j i n-ji St. "inndav. Novem-r-. r 17 r,t '.' p.m. Visiting hours in Funi t.,1 liome. 29 Gover- ve. --.-iiorciay- i-m aunurfy 9 p.m. LY," s Walter T.. in Quincy. Nov. 1- ni :'2 saiicirti.in: si... m-niv.n 1 I ' id 1 t I 'n,6","1 i . ... , .:Uor of Walter T. Jr. of I . iniMlii a d Wi'iiam Lyons ofi Son , nium lr,nnni'2 at Tne Joseph if iu-. l'u.-.,r:,l Feme. 74 Elm St.. Poircy Centre, nn'ii Monday morn-; :, ., .,t r fi - li T,iu-s ot Rcoiucm in n un,,- 0 the bus Cnurcn at 9 o'c'o-u relatives and friends re-r,...,,-.r,,i'tv hivtttd to attend. .Visit-ii-K h: -us 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. lntei-n.ent i!tt Hill. Faamu-ee. TtTAi ' of Rockland. November l iMiui-u G. isister ot Mrs. rv. o Bi'ien. Aunt ot Attorney .. v rvrii-i,,-, or CJinnev and 1 JUl i n- Ltimnnum i pi 1 roin her nil t'l.ion street. ...nndoy, ! m Inn n II til s at I'u.nilv Cliurcii at 9. inter-ci p., tricks Cemetery, Roek-V.Uii'S li"urs y.-ilurday and v 2-i and 7-10 p in. Late i-or ol Music iiockiand MA Hi Oc-INIn Cambrioge, Nov. v.. ii beloved husoand of Vl iu . f-lncr 1 ji i c c l".,on" Nov. ,a. of 9 Mu.iney si., and of -nne. and Mrs. Alice ,n Funeral services at tne li lihen s Armenian Cnuich. . v - WMevtown. Monday. 17. at 10:;(0 a.m. Visiting :,t the Jr.uii Beci-osian Fu- 1 H I'ne- 5.S8 Mt. Auburn st. y ...',r...n Suiurday and bundaj v,-mr.cs irom 7-9 P-m. rrvv in Boston November 14. i no J oi 5 1 P ik dr urn i.nher ot Eicanor For-i. of V.r.n'ngton. P C. a id f : J oi Coral Gables. Fta. ,1 i-om the iuistmnn funeral . f: ueneon st.. corner park in i . Novcu'iior 17. at 8 a.m. eiluv. ,d by a noiemn High. Ma , t St Cei i s Cbu ch 1 a : . : ;u 1 ir -- . at 9 ;um. Feiaines and tpi.v ca:l at toe Lasmiaii ., Lome. Sat.. 7-10 p.m.. bun. :! i-l.il P.M. vtOTT In Oumey. Nov. 13. i ;o, r.er J- beloved husoand ot h-r.e .d. i:iacaiini) ot 1 7 1 ier. and cievrir-d fnthdr otl K :toin ri linger of Norwell. "u-rv F Bnvd. Mrs. Dorothy isnev of California. Christopher! 1 of Ov'orrl- Mrs. Josephine ..1. I llllluv. .Milts ru. hiiq ivus. P Griffin. Funeral from the, S,.vec,iev Drothers Home for lu-reia!-.- 1 Independence av.. Qu'ney.j ,.,iu,l-,v kov. 17. at 8 a.m. high, Tu., t Rer,,oe,n at. St. .Toim SI Cbnreh at 9 o'clock. Relatives and ted to attend, visiting boors Saturday and Sunday S-4, 7-' ') Laie member of Telephone Pioneers of America. , RH"Vi"F. Or Lfxmgton. Nov. 13, VI ,, ue O (Harris!, wite of the late Arfir, A - tn:-n-,eri'.' ot 14 Bedford vt s': .-vices at the Douglass Chanel. ts'4 ?.b : arnus-:ts av.. Lexington. iv, r.fhu-. Xnv. IV. at a P.m. menus, nv-,v i.ill at the chapel Sundav evening tiom 7-9. . .TOi In East Br ston. No", i'. . .insroh. of i:iii 'i ronton si., -.ed hi'o.-uid of Agnes 'nee ii ni-. d Uevotpd father of Mrs. es Tta.ur-r. Anihnnv J., Nti-no- 1,-rl F u.p T;ui-letta. l unernl rinv from I.ac'.v of Grace ,,1 of 'he Earuno Memorial i. 9 Chelsea st. I ,ae a k fit 10:10 a.m. Solemn Hir.h in Our Lady of Ml. Carmel rrh at It a.m. Seiatives and i,,,-i '. H t., alrer..-!. Visiting (" f t - V .U n m ... T-ar-iinnll li iU -i -1 -I'm .,,.v . u. v.-h-ufi Cen.utery. Late mem-I her of G.-on-e W u-iimgion Lodge.; J-,-1 Order suns of nalv. i r avd l-i West Mediord. sudor- iv. Nov. 13. Daniel C. beloved I- - -1 ,.f l-e late if-i-y E. iVur-r vi of 25 Mvstic st.. latner ot Dor-i n 1 n I i ti rc-u.a T- vir -il ii-oui the Gaffcv Me-r,-,-.ri-. 1 iu-.ei.il Home. 43 H.Kh st.. .iu''ioni so., on Mwdny. Nov. 17 at k a in siuemn Hish Mass at St. It-ioiu.efs Church at 9 o clock Re-a-t v nd f i n t 4 it i " 1, or, s: uiirrinv and fcunday j-o and , lii o.m. ,i iiSfT-t jT:ovrn-.ber 13. Nishnn -,( "'. Be .ie Kb. Don-hester. Beloved ...rie of Mrs Armen Zi i-toontiail I A i l a d n uei tne Armenian Holy T-i-utv c'"'i"'"h. 3S7 shawmut av., p,,. :,ui uuiuiiro.'. Nov - rimer 17, at 2 n-n ru-'iihves and frienos invited I , in t "ird ir i in Mi i ill 1 T jvd Fd W ter-t-. . : Su ul.-uv. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. i-r-i-vTn Tvim. November 13. Dual A., husband ol Irene .Allarn. e- 21 Snu'h st.. Lvnn. Reu-inues eud lrn.":ds invited rn atie-d tne fnr-r.il ut T W. Rhodes Funeral, ) u-ive. H79 Western a '.. iVionday ui K K in Sr-ipian R,-r irpni F-.g." r: st M.uv's Churth at 9. V , i.-u' ho:r jintarday and Sun-ri.u.u 2-3 and 7-10. 1 - - " ---'on. in. F--Ton Nov. 11 Tj..,iua. infant dauith'er of r v -d Mis. Lawrence ol' ien. s .- e i at t'-e ,;rab?m Ftme.'al h i u- 3 Aiiir.".ton Rd., Wonurn. lsiimg nours -,v 7-10. "."N",'!R In 14 i J Newton lii ut A. rkenue, e l Fi nds. 1. of V 3e.,v0n st. Fll-e-i ry J Burke .u-riincton St.. tn b . i 1' f . Inn,:, :uv h 8 a.m. u.u.r; oi Rr-nirrtn in ri er nroh- Udinn. Ht iri-uve n-'d tiiiinr-s iiul--t. Vis-tms nnius nd i-l'J. ftu.irjy 2-a l.xerelt. : I ed H n x iu i:-.d r JllCDh p,ruce Ivaiore the - S, ue-.nn ttin ri Chu r and -friends invited. 1 ,.,.:,:. luuis 2-j and 710- c DEATHS PATTERSON In Phoenix, Arizona. Wednesday, November 5, Mary Jessie (Burn, wife of John A. Fatter-son, formerly 01 Way land, Mass. and roomer of John A. Jr. of Pho- 1-.1v Tir Anrirew R Ol Los AnHeiefi. a Mi, h.,el Patterson. USAF i,u."ial was in Greenwood, Me morial Park. Phoenix. rL'BLICOVFR In Arlington, Nov. 14 John W., of 46 Spy pond Park-v,av. husband of the late Kathleen iGalvmi ;md father of Albert F., Mat inrie P.. Publicover snd Mrs. Dorothy V. eeks. Funeral from the Sle '".ss4 asv Monday ! Blanche G. Maguire, 72, of 197 Sr,.I"-jeV?Jn-.uS.uihBStUnion st- school committee ID oclock; Kciauyes ana inenas: invited. Visiting hours ano.""' -10 p.m. "m"1 Mao?Ar 2l land, Abington and Bridgewa- aTH0uoln Sfo.itrneaihercanaEar,ter lor many years, died this Jonn A. of Kansas City, Robert E.: . , , , . ot Springfield. Mass., and Mrs- morning at the Cioctaara HOS- Marsaret Ahearn of ChamDagne. Id.., . , residence 1K8 Main St. Funeral pital m BrOCKtOn. fioivt the Francis J. Joyce and Son c Fur.erai Home, 552 Main St. oni Born in Rockland, She WaS Monday. November' 17, at 9:15 .m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at a graduate Of Rockland High St. Jude's Church at 10 am. RrU-,a B"" nves aid friends invited to and-jSchool and attended Skidmore day 3-5. 7-10 p.m. R E'.CHHARDT-In Ros Mnda e. oy 14 ti.ntna (nee sirissiti wiuuw ui mother18 of cred" Ro!maafed !she retired two years ago. N icholas J. of Scituate. Eugene of I . . . , Roxburv. Funeral from L. H. Sul- She WaS director Of St. Bnd-iivan and Son Chapel, 759 South I . . . - St.. Roshndale. Monday. Nov., 17. at get S men S Choir in Abington, iiOly trinity cnurcn, oiinvviiiuu at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Saturday 7-10, Sunday 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. REMONDI In Randolph, November 13, Josephine (Persico). Wife of the late Fortunati Remondi and residence, 20 Lafayette St., merlv of Dorcnester. , runerai noiri the Cartwright and Hurley Funeral Home, 15 North Main St.. Randolph (at Crawford Sq.). Monday, at 8:Io. followed by a Solemn High Mass of Bequiem in St. Mary s Church at f Visiting hours Saturday and Sur.-tay. 2-5 and 7-10. Marion St.. ue of tne late f atrjen TT Ch.nnnr, mother Of KranCIS V Shannon and Margaret L. Murtha: sister of Catherine Lemos. and Mary Brundage. Joseoh and Francis Hayes, Funeral from the Daniel F. O'Brien Funeral Home, 907 Massachusetts av.." Cambridge. Monday at 8 a.rn. Solemn Hgh Mass at St. Joseph's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Z-o. 7-10 p.m. SMITH - STFOPE In Concord. No vember 13. 1958. Ruby L. of 65 Lex-innton Road. Services at the Mac-Rae-Tunnicliffe Funeral Home. Thoreau and Belknap Sts.. Saturday. Nov. 15 at 11 a.m. Visiting hours Friday evening 7 " o.m. SEWARD Of S'omerville. Nov 14. 1958. William Henry, husband of Olive M. iCooligan) Seward o 76 Elm St., father of Walter H.. at home: brother of Mrs. Bertha Simons. Ashburnham; Charles B. Seward Leominster. Service in the Wilson Chapel, 28 College av., Somerville, Monday. Nov. 17, at 1 P.m. Calling hours Saturday and Sundav 2-4 and 7-9 P.m. Interment Mt. Auburn Cemetery. Cambridge. STEWART In Mattanan. Nov. 13, Elizabeth Maude (Molloy), wife of the late Millin Y. Stewart ot V West Seldcn St. Services at the Richardson Funeral Home. 424 Washington St., Dorchester, on Mon. at 1:30 p.m. Visiting hours on Sat. and Sun. from 3-5 and 7-10 P.m.. Late member Miriam Rebekan Lodge rlOl. SWAN Of 35 St. John St.. Jamaica Plain. November 12. 1958. William A., husband of Helen A. (Allen) and father of Mrs. Louise S. Brown of Elgio. 111., and Mrs. Barbara S. Anderson of Warwick. R.I. Funeral services will be held at the Bovl-ston Congregational Church. Bovl- ston and Amory Sts.. Jamaica Plain, on Saturday, November 15. at 2 p.m. Visiting hours at the Mann ir..ml unM AA Parkins gt..- Jamaica Plain., on Friday 2-4 are invited 1 i858rWymSJd (HiiSir 8i 'Newt's,3 f. ruJui i loved nusnana ot tne Deoted father of Antonia Guelli of Waltham, and Joseph J. of New-; till, rinerai irom ine oiasco ru nerai Home. 773 Moody st.. Mon-: dny at 8. Solemn Requiem High and served consultant on Mass in the Sacred Heart Church a.na seryea BS consuiiani on at 9. Relatives and friends re-1 reports for the Boston Depart- anr7-ip!m!ed-V'slttaghoursa"5iment of Public Welfare. She thain in Hopkinton, N.H.. Nov. 13., iNeuie. a. isiiemanj, wne oi win I.eo Thain. Funeral services Unite Pnrish Church. Honkinton Village, Sunday at 2 P.m. Burial Oak Grov Cemetery, Falmouth. Mass., Monday THOMPSON Tn Maiden., Nov. 14 BUSailllilll I 1VIH1 KOdlll I . WI1C UI uir lalr Frederick S lnomoson ana mother of Mrs. Arthur (Dorisl In- galls of 34 Eliot Memorial rd.. Newton. Funern! services at the Weir Funeral Home, 144 Salem St.. Maiden. Saturday at 1 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. TRAVERS In Arlington, formerly of Fast Cambridge. Nov. 14, Mary B. (Foigerl Travers of 47 Marathon St.. wife of the late Jesse F. Travers, sister of Florence Mullen. Ann Ma-honey, Lillian J. Giuliano. Rose Fu'ilev. Funeral from the Daniel F. O'Brien Funeral Home, 2'! Massa rhusetts v.. Arlington, Monday at 8 a.m. Requiem High Mass at St. Agnes' Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours, 2-5 and 7-10 P.m. TUFFY In Dorchester, Nov. 13, Mary J. (O'Garai. of 25 Alicia rd.. formerly of 84 Hamilton St.. beloved wife of Patrick J. Tuffy and mother of Mary C, John P. and James F. Tuffv. Funeral from the Foley F'ureral Home, 40 Hancock St. (Upham's Cor.). Monday, Nov. 17 at 8 a.m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem in St. Gregory's Church at 9. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours. 2-4 and 7-10. V-.)LA In South Boston, suddenly. Nov. 13, Maria, Bambina (Zaccard Ii. beloved wife of Lazzarino Viola arfd mother of Nicolina Sullivan, Elena McElmon. Frederick, Joseph. Lawrence, and Julio Viola. Late residence 202 H st. Funeral from the O'Brien Funeral Home, 146 Dorchester st., Monday morning at 8:15. Funeral services at the Church of Our Savior iMethodistl L and 5th sts., at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Friday 7-10, Saturday and Sunday 2-5. 7-10. VISCONTE In East Boston, Nov. 13, !0!iR. Mirhael. of 371 Meridian St. Beloved husband of Mildred (nee Fnrrazzoi devoted father of David. John. Charles, and Mrs. Lorraine Di Martino, ' Funeral Monday from the Sacred Heart Chapel of the Ra-pino Memorial Home, 9 Chelsea st. (Maverick sq.) at 9 a.m. Solemn High Mass in Our Ladv of Mt. Carmel Church at 9:30 a.m. Relatives unH frjenrU invited tn attend. Visit ing hours 2-4 7-10 p.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, will irir-. In PnslinHale. Nov. 14 Florence L. (Bryant), -widow of William H. Wallace, of 51 Walworth St.; mother of Mildred L. Wallace of Roshndale. William H. Wallace and Ariene Bowers of Needham unri Madeline E. Mumhy of Al- hambra. Calif. Services at the Church of Our Saviour. 814 South st.. Monday at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited Friends may call at the Folsom Funeral Chapel. 63 Belgrade av.. Saturday 7-9 p.m and Sunday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. WHEELER Of 35 South st.. Brighton. 'nv 13 Ina Tlelhert. beloved hus band of the late Nellie E. iWalshl. i Walsh-McAuhffe). Funeral from the William J. Gormley Funerai Home. 20o5 Centre St.. (near La-rtranse st l. West Roxhury. Mon ri.-,v Nov 17 at R a.m. Solemn .High -Mass of Pcouiem in St. Ignatius' Church. Chestnut Hill, at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends kindlv invited. Visiting hours 2-5 and 7-10. WOLPKHT Eva (Goldberg) of Los Angeies, Cal., beloved wife of the late Beniamin. devoted mother of Henry, Barney and Michael Wol-pert of California, Harry Wolpert of Roxburv, Mrs. Sally Kirsch"er , of Los Angeles, Cal.. and Mrs. Esther Shapiro of Milton; also survived by 12 grandchildren trd 8 great grandchildren Funeral services will be held Sunday, Nov. 16. at 1 p.m., at the Schlossberg Memorial Chapel. 1257 Blue Hill Ave Mattanan. Memorial week will be observed at the home of Mrs ("strier ' Shapiro. 64 Hudson St., Milton. Please omit flowers. Contributions in expression of sympathy may be sent to the chanty of your enoice KN0LLW00D Memorial A PI P!f ' CANTON fti rlli Non-cectanan '.J'j Interment Services j Saturday, No. 1B, V. LOCrCWQOQ BRQWX, Uie af Hyde Park MIRIAM RE3EKAH LODGE 101 ' den mhr-rs are hereby notified of the i of Sister Elizabeth M. Stewart. RebekHh. Services at tne Richardson ui Home. 424 Washington St., n:-cheatcr. on Sunr.av evenuiK at 8 rk. GLADYS L. BEAU N.G.. I.UTH E. 10LLETT. P.N.G., Rec Secy. STL' MUTTERS LOCAL 537 W , ret we announce the death :m the Arthur J. Bresim" and son I'.mio, 534 Pleasant st . . .'-.n C- rtn..I F, --.I Angus f DPhl. runtral at 3:15 am. Visit- and 7-10. Sturdav and I Sunday. JOHN E. GOODWIN. Secy. Deatlis and Blanche G. Maguire Rockland School Board Member, 72 ROCKLAND, Nov. 14 - u flr,j formPr music -5U- tpervisor in schools in Rock- College in New York and Bos- TTniv.r.iv !rhfwl of Music a director of the Rockland branch of the Red Cross, a member of the Rockland Women's Club, the Ladies' Sodality, and a former member of the for-ProfeSS10nal Women S ClUD. Surviving is a sister, Mrs, Kav Louise O'Brien, .with who she lived. The funeral will be held Monday at 9 a.m. with a re cnurcn, ftOCKiana. Rose Weston Bull Public Relations Pioneer, Newspaperwoman, 81 Mrs. Rose Weston Bull, 81, newsDaDerwoman and a pio neer and leader in public rlatinng in thP Greater Boston social work field, died yesterday at a Cambridge nursing home. " Mrs. Bull handled publicity for the Massachusetts Conference of Social Work for more than a decade, as well as publicity for the Red Feather fund appeal for many years. Born July 18, 1877, in Philadelphia, she was graduated from Holy Child Academy at Sharon, Pa., and got her first newspaper job with the 'old crusading Philadelphia North American, where she handled Page One political, graft and murder stories in addition to the usual woman's angle. In 1916 she moved to New York, where she worked for a small magazine, "The Fore cast," did publicity Writing for Press Service Co., and free for 42 years a patrolman anrf m,!'" ."'SfiSf the Salem Police Depart-! Mrs. Bull came to Boston m . . tAn 1930. She did publicity for the , , inni unemployment census in 1934 prepared weekly radio- ad dresses which were read by Mayor Mansfield. , In October of 1940 she join ed the Greater Boston Council of Social Agencies, later known as the Boston Community Council, as publicity director. When this nurged with the Community Fund, she joined the fund publicity staff. In 1951 she served as pub licity consultant for the New England Hospital for Women and Children. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. LATE DEATH NOTICE ROONF Entered into rest on Nov 14. Mae n. tmciesi ot warren Av. Milton. -Beloved wife of the late Jacob R. Devoted mother of Helen Chaben of Milton. Beatrice B. Bialobreski of Arlington. Virginia. Lester S. Boone of Brookline, and Rhoda L. Boone of Vetnor City, New Jersey, and sister of Edith B Ritkles. Ethel A. Hellman both of Brookline. Charlotte R. Silver of Miami Beach and Walter Ricles of, f"ineinnati. Services at the Solo mon Funeral Home, 420 Harvard St.. Brookline, Sunday. Nov. 18 at 2:30 p.m. Visiting at the Chapel Saturday evening 8-B p.m. Memorial observance at her late residence. Friends may send memorial remembrances to the charity of their choice. Please omit flowers. IN MEMORIAM 1951 Margaret E. Coyne 1333 In Memorr of a Wonderful gluter. Gregorian Masses are being celebrated for you commencing today at St. Brrnariiine'a Monastery, Holliilayiburi, Pa. Tom are aadly missrd Marge, and will he forever remembered by YOl'R SISltRS. i 1948 Rose Dolaji 195S Althoiuh II) years ao today we have been apart? the precious memories of Rose still liucer within my keart. Lovingly remembered by Helen. Mary, Edward, and grandchildren. 1958 Richard B. Negrino 1938 On Mi unih birthdar. lovlnfiy rroemir 1 and so adly misted by Mo'nmv, Daddy, brother and grandmother. Masses beinc said mt St. Anne's Church. StmerYille. 1939 Sarah I. Verry (nee Murray) 185$ In lovini me msry mt ur dear devoted mother. who passed away, November 15. Masses beinf is id. gans and danjhten. 1937-Henry L, Bergen 1938 Lavinflr remembered bv his will and children. M&si affered. UNVEILINGS Am t'nvfillnr ot a Memorial ta the Lata MORRIS COHEN I will be held Sunday Nov. 18. at 12:30 at Shenatovka Cemetery, Baker t West Roxbury. Ad TJnvelllnc of a Memorial to the Lata ABRAHAM J. KARPAS will be held on Sunday. Nov. IS. 3858. at 2 p.m. at Shara Tfilo Cemetery Awn.. 748 Baker at.. Wert Roxburv. Mas. . at which relatives and their 'friends are invited. An nnTriilnc to the mrninrf of the late HARRY MITCHELL will be held Sundav, Nov. 16 at- 3 p.m. Sharon Memorial Park. CARD OF THANKS uncmu im m tuc Bimn imp uuiiiuu nm iv uii, ukinu, ntw.i triUfully Acepti Mimorial week later, Degiso said, but' Cnnrihotiani came back on Mar- 25 and bun.riHuiiuni asked for the return of his Wi consider neid, not rati ar ernd.rentai application. 235 Huntineten Ave., Boston He said Burke explained that1 The family of the late WILLIAIrl C. GARDNER JR. lllk.inil W. Hr.lIWf.telt .... would like to exDresv grateful "o-'return it'" Deciso said he preemtirm for the many exoresioni of sympathy ottered Jor our ueiovea : son and hrother. durinat our racant I bereavement. , I Funerals 'Jolm J. Kellikr Head of Construction Firm Dies Suddenly John J. Kelliher. 64. of 58 Cabot st, Milton, president and . .L urasurer oi me rvi. a. iveuiner Co., Boston contracting firm,Ma' Henry Lce HigSmson,;Union Ho,pital tonight. He died suddenly yesterday noon. He was stricken ill in his! Office at 294 Washington st.;6raauaiea irora xiarvdra in and pronounced dead on ar - rival at Massachusetts General Hosnital j Mr. Kelliher'i concern con structed schools, housing proj ects, and many of the build- ,"?!-."u:-.tu:.V.".r:::master Corps as a captain. (.ioroe. : vutatxiuus: Ti''":.. 1 t.. ,J: A?TStt? Hunt President of the United Press at Foxboro State Hospital, the!A , . , . r, h f International Newspaper Ed-rchabilitation clinic of Boston s"-'lu" Xters of Fox- itors of Massachusetts yester- .HIS : jjcym uiit"' 1 Amprira Ilnitpd Hunts Club fic Commission He.nH buildings were built by the . Yarht rlllh ' i company. He was past president of the Boston Building Trades Assn., Dast Dresident of the Associa-' ion of General Contractors,1 a-m, Whitin. Miiu V-O. ana meuiuer ui ncv, tfunu - - n r He leaves a wife, Norma;11? ty of tne Boston Globe, Frank and three daughters, Mrs. Ann;churAh and 1V'C .orf ni.ztt10"? Kelly of the Springfield news- Rowell of Westwood, Mrs.!?" Adams, died last n Laurette Scanlan of Milton hls home 65 Orchard st He thft Mllford Daily News pre--and Mrs. Joan Pupa of Milton.waA 7U- .. - . v,u , sented the slate of officers. Archbishop Cushing will be DL1& Gay Pauley' women's editor in attendance at St. Agatha's Ae,r f. h.e.A,4? 1 of UPI, and Philip G. Reed, ou. v. ittn . m Church, Milton, at when the solemn high mass of requiem will be sung. Sgt John J. Calkins FT. DEVENS, Nov. 14 A . A veteran of 26 years in the' Army, Sgt caiKins served ai rArroffififir flnfl Kfl Ta n HP WBS aui vivt'u a utom 48 months in a prison camp, Sgt Calkins, 51, was a native of Brookline. He leaves a wife, Phyllis M. (King). nr ,i p" fallalian limotny r . caiianan SALEM, Nov. 14 Timothy F. Callahan, 73, of 194 Federal , . . ci ' tive, retired eight years ago. He was member of ths Mas-1 sachusetts Catholic Order of snlpmn hieh Mass cf reauiemof Adams, Rupert Wellington . . -will h sun Saturday at 9 a.m. S ? Jr- of Lynnficld Center and . :" AC- i ou va;a cHJDon S. of Chagrin i-aiis, u.; a til HayC! llCiC, nc uitu oia-Aanr QnnHav Forresters, the Salem Police; golden wedding anniversary Relief Assn., the Massachusetts if our years ago. Police Assn. and the Holy! Services will be held Sunday Name Society of St. James' afternoon in the Lowe and Church IPowers funeral home. He leaves a wife, Rose E.: a! daughter, Rosemary A. Calla-i Memorial Service han; a sister, Margaret M. Cal- ' , lahan of Salem; and two For Mrs. Bicknell brothers, Msgr. James A. Cal- a memorial service for Mrs. lahan, pastor of St. Ann's John Bicknell, Congregational Church, Cadillac, Mich., and Missionary in Ceylon for 25 Joseph D., retired superin- years, will be held Sunday at tendent of mails of the Salem 9.33 a m at the Walker Mis-j Post Ofke. sionary Homes, 144 Hancock A solemn high Mass of re- st f Auburndale, where Mrs. quiem will be sung Monday Bicknell made her home for 17 at 10 a.m. in St. James' Church. years after her return to the j United States. RnlittiA I ! w 1 WASHINGTON, Nov. 14 (AP) Bolitha J. Laws, chief judge of the District of Colum- bia Federal District Court, died . ..... tOnignt. He W3S b. President Roosevelt namedi Judge Laws to the bench iVain-s ieading figures in educa - 1938, and he was appointed! tion, will be :th guest of honor chie judge of the 15-judge'Tuesday at the Faculty Club COUrt in lyio. He leaves his wife; a son, Bolitha J. Jr. of Chevy Chase, Md.; three daughters, Mrs. Nancy Lee Rowe of Washington: Mrs. Leita Williams, Alexandria, Va., and Mrs. Betsy Rill, Boston, and six grandchildren. 'Other Woman' Balky DTIBkTF TPIAf ,LlSMM.l M VI lw Conrinued from the First Paje said aurke then 10U; WUe h h , , , twice made the gesture of from a terrible beating and Burke is on trial for second holding out one hand with the I think you inflicted that beat-degree murder in her death. five fir d He started on her." i l. w,nj n TWiiToTnrf Judge Edmund R. Dewing and Suffolk Suoerior Court iurv. Z lauoweaii. hung down." Fire Commissioner Francis Points Out Mrs. Philpott x. Cotter testified that about r. c,i . Degiso pointed out MrJthe end of March Mrs. Burke Mrs. Ph.lpott on Stand Philpott in the courtroom as came to his office and talked Mrs. Philpott, asked by Mo-, the woman who was with to him. Cotter afterwards rello the routine opening ques-Burke when he rented the called Burke to his office. tion of her name and address, apartment. "The defendant said what said, "I refuse to answer ori The landlord produced a his wife had told lme was not the ground it might tend to m-rental aoplication which true," Cotter said. :cnminate me." showed Burke refl'ted the; - Judge Dewing then inter- apartment Feb. 18 for $91.50 a Hired "For Records" I Posed "Answer until I tell you month, giving the name of his i not to." wife as "Madelaine and stat-1 He testified Burke told him: "I have counsel," the re. in(r hp har! no children ln "e Dda " -IillUICH. Degiso said he told Burke on' Mar. 4 that the real Mrs. Burke had been in to see him. He aid Burke admitted the wo- man he v was occupying the apartment with was not his wjfe Hp sir1 Burke told him he: had been "having trouble" with his wife his wne. RnrVp tnnvsr! nut hnnt 9 H his wile planned to sue him for divorce. He quoted Burke: "If I give you one month's rent, will you YVU U1IC II U 1U1 a 1CI1I. Will Villi .aeciinea. "He offered me two months', A. H. Higginson Symphony Founder's ' Son Dies in England Alexander Henry Higginson 82, well-known sportsman and, (author, died Thursday at hisj home- Stinsford House, Dor-; chestcr - Dorsetshire, Eng. He was the son of the He was the son of the late after-ifounder of the Bosto Sym-;was r j w.....-. Born in Born in Boston, he l a i t t r i : . 1098 - or 'ears ne naa n!S own Pack of ho""ds at his Icountry home in Lincoln and was master of foxhounds of the Middlesex Hunt. He was a veteran of World War I, serving in the Quarter- Hg & member of the nr.Z XHa'vard Club of New York, Lambs Club oi wew YorK, ia ' RuDertB Daniels 51 .r5rr , . ... ... 5.' iN0,v P-l uraeue mnieis, ireasarer ano superintendent of the L. L. . -. . i J U iscnooi commniraiwii inu 10 a.m..!""1"1"'11 r1 : . iDWKMiire mdsuns, uic xuicai.TTpT accitant hiwinoss "I ,0"'uivL npni ni i h r cm rd.n v.u u. ea r'11',"' (Wellington); a daughter, Mrs. Robert E. Wall of Williams-, town; four sons, Dixon H - sister, Mrs. Theodore R. Plun-, kett: a brother. A. Millard - ". . r is r" 1 at 2:30 Saturday at the First ,: i pl,i, Congregational Church. My. "IL. A giving any uctdiii, nidi it weta rs. Lmest lallbert ready for a compromise be-STOUGHTON, Nov. 14 Mrs. tween its own and Britain's Amy E. Gilbert, 94, of 952 widely-separated positions on "lam st- actlve in tne Massa" Uhusetts Grange and the Con- gregational Church, died this morning in the house in which 'she was born. She was the wife of Ernest o:,u., , f ,.-,. v, H,,,,l,. setts State Grange and for more than 25 years its secre- tary. They celebrated their Rev. Dr. Alden Clark of, Wellelesley will conduct the service. Women's Guild . . ... 1J , I J RItUn '1UIIUIU15; LttUV lldlildll T , T ..n,.... t tj; ouawi viuvaauj ijuiii- an s Guild. Lady Nathan received a mas ter of arts degree from Cambridge University and is a member of its governing body doseos Aburjeilm of Tripoli, and appointments board. She Lebanon, was elected today as will speak on "London Educanew head of the eastern branch tion" at the 10 a.m. meeting. I of the Greek Orthodox Church. rent," the witness testified. "1 cair? nn " to 8lve hls interpretation oi ... esture but the court dis- t.,,s g,.5e' DUl me C0Un he rented the Dudley-st. apart- mentso ne couia wore cn nis records of the Firemen s Ball, which he was treasurer. Cotter said Burke explained he couldn't do the work at home because "there was no peace' there. Asked by Asst. Dist. Atty. Angelo Morello if Burke said i anything about his wife "being off her rocker." Cotter replied.: "He said substantially some- lnS of that nature. My best recollection was that he said she was a little off mentally." Metropolitan Police Det. Sgt. tawara xtearaon saia tsurKe steaaiastiy reiusea to answer questions he and Sgt Neil Cadi- gan put to mm a;ter Mrs. S. " 1 .w.. n.k. i. . , Burke's death Sept. 30. -A . -,.. xccii uim saiu ic itnirj iuiu Burke: Sen. Mullen rr In flYVOPn PVi Suffers Heart Attack At Fairhaven Hom NEW EEDFORD, Nov. 14 State Sen. Arthur J. Mullen, . n f- i i : - i .1 : 5D remained in crnicai conai- in an oxygen leni ai given the last rites of the tilUim. The Democratic senator suffered a heart attack this morn- " ing at his home in Fairhaven, Seymour Elected By DPI Editors Of Bay State Forrest W. Seymour, editor of the Worcester Telegram and Evening Gazette, was elected vtncia r-ircicu wc15;. President. William O Coulter; of the Clinton Daily Item: di-' (rectors, Joseph Messier of the iBrockton Enterprise Times; Homer Jenks of the Boston" Traveler and Stanley Mcln-- t o the Holyoke Tran.. cr;ntTtWl. A nominating committee ,:,,;. , 7ncn!, r ror. UPI assistant business man ager, were the luncheon speak tho Hi-itol ' Somerset. iffCC 1 Fade UOOF rars ueciares PARIS. Nov. 14 Frar-.f denied today that it had closed the door to setting up a 17 riit.rtf nation European free trade , V1 , Charles De Gaulle s Cabinet, the government hinted, without the low-taritr zone, A spokesman sa: 1 France ob- jected to British insistence that each member o the area have the right to set is own tariffs for the goods of non-member r, ua i,,t v,ot TP-,,, it,. sent.a common tariff policy to tne outside world. He claimed France was ac tiviy seeKing a solution, ana said that while Britain's posi- tion was not acceptable, the search for a solution should continue. ! The statement was one of Frances more encouraging on the free trade rea. , - flTgri Hurt OH DrPffffP l"luu UI 1 U" Ul CUC 7of- C1f ((fi Aworrl Acls Piw,UUU rtWdlU Custadio M. Lourenco, 54, of Cranston St., Jamaica Plain, was awarded $18,000 by a jury in Federal Court yesterday for injuries suffered aboard a j dredge at the Bethlehem Yard, East Boston. Bay State Dredg- ing and Contracting Co. was iaeienoant. Att. Nathan Greenberg told Judge Francis J. W. Ford and the jury that Lourenco suf fered a ruptured disc Sept. 9, 19o6, while in the boiler room !f the dredge. Laurenco testi- 1 !ie,d. thath het,waKs cjimbng ' ladder w hen the hand rail gave throwing him t0 the bot" Bishop Elected DAMASCUS, Syria, Nov. 14 (Reuters) Archbishop Theo- Vilness "You are hidings something. -r i - j it.:- Bur'ce, the witness said J . L- mained mute with his "re- head luctant witness answered, "and to answer would tend to in criminate me." ; "Certainly to answer your name would not tend to in criminate you," Jude Dewing said. j "Your honor." Mrs. Philpott replied, "I refuse to answer on the ground it might tend to incriminate me." The iiidse sternly told her lawyer, Joseph Balhro- I now direct you as an officer of the court to direct the witness ta answer her name." The woman conferred with oaiuro unui ivuutini iistvcu ner. is your name mauiti ttise Philpott?" She finally replied, ios, ana g:ne ner aauii-. She was then excused, sub- . . , , ... . ji-ii iu icvou. The trial continues today. 1 -4.

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