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I THE BOSTON DAILY GLOBE-FRIDAY, MAY 5. 1914 ir 13 mmi.mil a I MORNING DEATH NOTICES ztAKTASueldertlY in Cambridge. May 3. ACEC;e L Baker of Oxford court. widow of Charles Baker and mother of Horatio 1.oc11 Poker. Ifunerat liervice rot the Storer, (boos M t Auburn Cenetery, Saturday. May 6,, at 3.30 p. tn. Kindiy omit flowers. BRESLOW In Jamaica Plain. May 4, 1944. Margaret F., beloved sister of Catherine Breslow and aunt of Mn. Hugh J. Bradley. residence. 11 Arcola st. Funeral from the Miley Funeral Nome. 356 Centre at. Saturday. Is1aer96. at 8 o'clock. High demi of Benulem at Ine Wearied Sacrament Church at 9. Relatives and friends are kindly Invited to attend. BRITNZA--In Roxbury. ihs 3d, John, be- imed son of NI élr3' F. (nee Mazzlotti) and the late Frank Brienza. uneral trom his late residence. 219 Highland at.. on Monday morning at 8:45 o'clock. geNllosved by a Solemn Requiem High Stami in the Mission Church at 9:45 0 ( inek, Relatives and iriends are invited. Interment St. Joseph's. Ilit'ICSVRIn Chelsea. May 3. George S.. tusw...aa of the aste Elizeheth C. (bas- ter) Winker. Funeral from the hoots of his Orother, Stank Bunker. 33 Sden si.. Friday afternoon at 2. Relatives and friends most kindly invited. El:BRACE-1n Milton. May 4. in her Ifith year. Edith. daughter of the late Elizabeth A. and Alvah A. Burrage and sister of Mrs. David N. Blakely. Memorial Service at the Story Chapel. Mt. Auburn Cemetery. Cambridge. on Friday. May 5. at 4 p. in. Please omit flowers. BYRNESIn A!Ilstort. May 3. Alfred C. beloved husband of p lore nce C. iCurnovL Byrnes. Services at the Short & Williamson Chapel. 173 Brghton ay.. Satuiday. May 6. at 1 o. m. Frienda may call Friday evening. 7-10 - ---. CADAGANTn Arlington. May 4. Corralius .1, beloved inn of M. Joseph and Ellen ieullerii Cadigan. Funeral from hie home. 125 Warren st. Saturday. at 9 15. Solemn High Mass of lieouiem in St, Acne Church at 10. Relatives and friends invited. CALLANANIn Dorchester. auddenly. the 4th. Nellie Callanan of 173 SycineY at.. Dorchester. Funeral notice later. CIAMPAIn East Boston. Ma Y 1. Frances Elaine Area Goodrich,. beloved wife Of Arthur Ciampi' and daughter Of Mare (Graham; Goodrich. Funeral from the borne of her mother. Mrs. Mary Goodrich. 71 Standish at. Cambridge. on Saturday. May 6. at 713 a. m. Solemn Requiem High Maas at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. Frankfort It. at Boston. at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. CONNOLLYIn Norwood. May 4. mi-. chael. husband of the late Nora (Coughhn Connohy. Funeral from his late residence. 30 Rock at. Saturday. May ' S. at 8 a. m. High Mass of Requiem at St. Catherine. Church at 9 o'clock. COWANOf Arlington. May 2. Lee J., husband of Mary Bickford Cowan of 34 Lgerton road. Services at the Hartwell Chapel. 792 Mass. ay.. Arlington. Friday. May B. at 3 p. in. Please omit flowers. DOI:GLASS-1n Brixton. May 4. Josephine trioddard), widow of William N. Doug-lase of 1 Samoset at.. Plymouth. Spry-It tti will be held at the Methodist -Church in Plymouth On Saturday at 2 P. in. DONOVA,Nln Somerville. Ma Y 3. of 436 McCrrath, highway. John J.. beloved t. usband of Nellie (Troy; D0110111M. Funeral on Saturday morning from the Frank E. Flaherty Funeral Home. 261 'Washington at., at 9 a. in. Solemn High Mass in St. Joseph's Church at 9:45. Visiting hours. 2-10 ti. in. Relatives and friends kindly invited. IFII,OSIDied in action. in Italy. plc Marino, beloved husband Of Gartrude dealt (Bah:Weil and son of Mr. and trs. phil)r) Fi)osi of Somerville. Pro .urial Mass at St. Joseph's Church, omerville. Monday. May 8. at 8 a. m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. 31RITYIn Cambridge. May 34. P:sther T (nee Shallowi. beloved wife of the late Captain James H Furfey of the Cambridge Fire Dept. Funeral from the , John J. Donahue & Son Funeral Home, 66 Magazine at.. Saturday, May 6, at 9 a. rn. Solemn Requiem MO Masa in thp Church of tha Blessed Saerament at 10. Relatives and friend' invited, CR Ern-1n Cambridge, May 2, 1944. George J. Greer of 12 Ware at. former- Iv of West Flowbury. beloved husband of Kathryn M. Greer (nee Russell). Tu.- peral from the Edward M. Walsh 'u- neral Home. 2175 Mass. ay.. North Cam- bridge. on Saturday morning at a, . followed by a Requiem High Mass in - St. Johns Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited. 'HELLERTA Arnold Heller. pilot. Army Air Corm transport command, died In the service of bit country. 104 Toatath at., Brookline. Beloved non of Harr), ' ard Sylvia Heller. brother of Leon' Heller nd Frances Saltzman. Services at the Levine Chapel. 470 Harvard it.. Brookline, Friday. May 5. at 2 p. m. New Haven papers please copy. HERMANEntered into rest. at the Hotel Braemore. May 4. Alice Friedman Herman. beloved mother of Ruth H.Barnet - and sister of Mrs. A. Rothschild. Mrs. Alegarfeer Steinert. Mrs. Rudolph Stein-art and Mrs. Simeon E. Hecht. Funeral services at the home of Mrs. Howard ' J. Barnet 248 Marlboro street. Boston, on Friday. May 3, at 3 p.m. Burial gill, vgte. , , - - HOGANIn Medford. May 3. John J.. , beloved hushand of the late Bridget A. (Higgins) Hogan. Funeral from his borne. 11 Hillsboro road. on Saturday. MaY 6. at a a. m. ,,Solemn High Mass in the Immaculato Convention Church at 9 o'clock. Itelativaa and friends invite& iirrmtTrl Cambrietto. May 4. 1944. John C., husband of Mary J. Hum, of 21 till ia tri at. Funeral services in the rsinei Of the Watson Funeral Home. l Magazine it. on Sunday. May 7, at Is In. Relatives and friend invited. Committal services at the family lot an Amesbury at 4 p. in. . ErBLryT, Roxbtr-y. Maw 4. Wan. A. 2.iSt:-..1a-m;S- Ellura-l-t-8..-- lie-ral: Hurley (Cavanaugh), beloved wife of tives and friends invited. Formerly of the late Wiriam T. Burley. Funeral I 261 Harrison ay. ' from her late residence, 27 Ingleside I O'LEARYIn Arlington, May 3. 1944, Ft., Monday. Ma Y 8. at 8 a. m. Solemn Dennis J. O'Leary, beloved husband of Ugh Ma sa at St. John's Church at 9 the late Margaret G. O'Leary thee . oclock. Relatives and friends invited O'Sullivan). Funeral from the residence. to attend. Interment at New Calvary 29 Egerton road. on Saturday morning Cemetery. at 9, followed by a Requiem High JoHicsoNIn Cambridge. at the Wyman Mass in St. Jerome's Church at 10 House of Cambridge linspital. phased o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. away May 4, 1044. Ida B. Johnsno. of O'NE1LIn Dorchester, May 3, Anna T. 4 1 North Main at., Ipswich, daughter (Downey). beloved wife of the late et the late John A. and Harriett M. John A. O'Neil. Relativee and friends ono) Johnson. anti sister of J. Henry invited to her late home, 12 Drover at. Jnhpeort of Iseominsier. Mass. ' and Mr.. and to the leinVi iti Sithallay at a O. tn. NVilallint A. laggerty of ailashington. D. - Salaam Requiem Mass In St, Peter'll C. Servi..es at the Whittier tuneral church at 9 a. in. Voimerly of 35 Long-Home. 6 High at.. Ipswich. Saturday at - fellow st. 2 p. rn. Relatives and friends are in- PAROOf Winthrop. Mass.. suddenly. alp vited to attend. Melville. R. 1,, May 4. Commander L. JOTSOf Newton, suddenly. May 3. Edward Pam. U. S. N,. husband of Laura Ralph Bartlett. husband of Gladys L. (Kent) Pero of 65 Belleview av., Beckett Jones in his 60th year. Funeral Winthrop. Funeral notice later. services from his late home. 294 Chest- PLATTIn South Boston. May 2. Mar-nut at.. West Newton. Saturday. May 6. garet M. (nee McDonald). beloved wife at 3 p. m. Flowers gratefully declined. of Clarence Platt. Residence. 31 Rev. ICEENANIn Somerville, May 2. Frank Richard A. Burke at. (housing project). A.. beloved husband of Catherine (Cur- Funeral from the John F. O'Brien at ran t Keenan. Funeral on Saturday Sons Funeral Home, 146 Dorchester pit.. i morning from the Frank E. Flaherty Saturday morning at 8:15. Solemn Funeral Horne. 261 Washington at.. at High Funeral Mass in St. Auguatine's ' 8.15. Solemn High Mass in St. Joseph's Church at 9 o'ciock. Relatives and Church at 9 o'clock. Visiting hours friends respectfully invited. ' 2 to 10 p. Tn. Relatives and friends QUATRALEin Natick May 3. mare, kindle Invited. wife of Philip Quatrate. Funeral from her late home. 43 Cochituate st... Natick. La FRENIERElit atoaburY, May 3. Nel- Saturday, May 6. at 8 a. in. Solemn High son. of 1495 Columbus ay.. husband of the late Anna (nee Bohemiere). Fu- Mass at St. Patrick's Church at 9 o'clock. neral from the J. J. Burns Funeral Par- RATTOIn Winthrop. May 3. Frank L., lors. 111 Centre at.. Saturday. May 8. at beloved husband of Emily Ratto nee 8:30 a. m. High Mass of Requiem at Lagamasinot. Funeral from his late All Saints Church at 9. Relatives and home, 152 Somerset ay.. Saturday. May friends invited. 6. at 8 a. m. Requiem High Mass at 2.1ALLAHANIn Billerica. formerly of St. John the Evangelist Church at 9 Somerville. May 4, Mary J. (Griffiths) a. m. Relatives and friends are kindly it Mailahart. wife of the late Patrick T. invited to attend. Late member of the it Mailahen. Funeral from the residence Orient Heights Post, No. 54. American . of her daughter. Mrs, Joaenh B. Quinn, Legion. Conk sit.. Billerica. Monday at 7:3a a. m. ROBERTS---In Winchester. May 4. Ralph Pentoem With Mass at Solnt Mar" P.. husband of Entelle McLean Ilobt rts . Church at 8.30 a. in. Initiatives an and father of Clarence A. Roberts. leufriends invited. neral services at his home. 9 elaremont NIALONEYOf Watertown. by arcident ay.. Arlington. Saturday. May 8. at In Macon. Ga.. MaY I. Lt John J. 2 n in. Relatives and friends ;mated. - Maloney. beloved son of Charles A. SCHOFIELDIn Allston. MaY 3, Howard and Catherine M (Flaherty) Maloney. Leroy. beloved husband of Helen E. Funeral from his late residence. 12 (Murphy) . Funeral from the Short & Carver road east. Monday. May 8. at Williams Funeral Home0173 Brighton - 9 a. rn. Solemn High Mass of Requiem ay.. Allston. Saturday, May 8. at 8:15 - in Our Lady of Mercy Church at 10. a. in, Requiem High Mass at St. An-Relatives and friends invited to attend. thonyli Church. Holton at.. Allston. at larDONALDIn Kingston. May 3. John 9 a. m. Relatives and friends invited. R. McDonald. aged 63 years. Funeral Friend.; may call at the funeral home from hr. late borne. Elm at.. Kingston. Thursday and Friday evenings. 4-10 on Sunday. May 7. at 1:15 p. in.. tot- P rn. SCOTTAt Newton Centre. May 3. Fran-lowed by a Pro-Burial Mass at St. tea C. Scott (nee Sentner). beloved wife Joseph's Church. Kingston. at 2 P. M. of the late Robert S. Scott. formerly 1nterment in Kingston. r.f is rasa, Head at . Jamaica Plain. rnvetlint of monument to late CELIA NATHAN at Jewish BPrievolent AssociaVon. Grove it.. West Roxbury. May 7. at 11;30 a. m. - IN MEM 0 RIA3I - 1934Ellen F. Cameron-1944 In loving memory of our dear mother. Ssdli missed by her children. Masses at Graymoor, New York. MMn,pMi '43Margaret A. McAndrews'44 Requiem High Mai. Satordag. tag o'elock. at St. John's Church. North Cambridge. Her sons and daughters. , I937Mary Quirk-1941 Seventh anniv rr mass will be eclebifed at $C BrIgid's Church. S wath Boston. Saturday. May C. at ciek. LA11,11103, remembered. I. be forgotten. bY the One litho loved her best. WILLIE. 1943Samuel Alman-1944 I avtaalt remembered br wird and 41;1bl:titers. FLOWERS TELEGRAPHED ANYWHERE 41f At am dror. A4 PedirPv Ift , : -- Dark Suits and Topcoats TO RENTFOR FUNERAL WEAR Quattly Always" READ AND WHITE ill Rummer IA ' Renton licentiverth 'Mir Prisvilenep, It I Dr. A. L. Siskind Winner of Jewish Advocate '43 Award LAWRENCE, May 5 (AP)Dr. Alexander, L. Siskind, 75, recipient of the Jewish Advocate award for outstanding community service in 1943, died today in a Boston hospital after a brief illness. A native of Russia, he had lived in Lawrence for 50 years and was bounder of Temple Israel. The widow. three sons and a daughter survive. Dr. Siskind, a graduate of the Physicians and Surgeons Medicia School in Boston, was one of the founders of the Lawrence Tuberculosis Hospital. He was a member of Selective Service Board 8 and hail served also as a Draft Board men) ber in World War I. He also was a director of the Arlington Trust Company, a trustee of the TB League and a member of Tuscan Lodge, A. F. & A. M., and B'nat B'rith. At his bedside were his widow, Mrs. Blumah Berman Siskind; three sons, Dr. Bert Siskind, dentist; Harold Siskind, attorney, and Roland Siskind, and his daughter, Mrs. Gladys Troupin of Brookline. Rev. Dr. Joshua L. Liebman officiated at services at 2 o'clock this afternoon at Temple Israel Meetinghouse, Longwood ay., Brookline. Burial was in the Sons of Benjamin Cemetery, Dedham. MORNING DEATH NOTICES , McGREGOR--Died in Sherborn. May 3. at her residence. Flora Evelyn McGregor. wife of the late W. Eugene McGregor. Funeral services at the Forsyth Chapel. Forest Hiatt Cemetery. on Saturday, May 6. at 2 p. m. McKERLIEIn East Weymouth. May 4. James. husband of the late Margaret (Kerr). of 53 Lakeshore drive. Funeral service at the Dunbar Funeral Home, 870 Bread ale East Weymouth. Saturday. at 2 p. ni. Relatives and friends invited. , McMAHONIn Forest Hills, May.2. formerly of Roxbury. Anna F, (nee 'for- m)). beloved wife of the late Patrick McMahon. Funeral from the home of her son. Charles H. McMahon, 241 Wachueett it., on Friday. at 8. High Mass of Requiem in St. Francis de Sales' Church. Roxbury. at 9. Relatives and friends invited. MILLSSuddenly, In Needonville, May 4. George A.. huoliand of Pearl Kilburn Mille. Funeral serviette at his late reeldence. 10 Highland Park. on Saturday. May 6. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited. MORRISIn Charlestown, May 4. Joseph . E. Morrie of 411 Mkrin se. husband of the late Louise (Baron) Morris. Funeral t the e Daniel F. O'Brien k'uneral , (rime. 907 Massachusetts av. Cam- .ridge. Saturday at 8 a, m, . Requiern ligh Mass at Saint Francis de Sales Church at 9 a. tn. Relatives and friends invited. MOORE-sin Jamaica Plain. May 4. George E. beloved son of the late John E. and Catherine Moore tnee Grady). Funeral from, the P. E. Murray Funeral Home. 54 lerucbury at.. Saturday, May 6. at 8:15 a. in. Requiem High Mass at Church of St. Mary of the Angels at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends most kindly invited. Closing hour 10 P M. MURPHYIn Brookline, May 3. Mary E. (Callahan), wife of the late Robert O. Murphy of 85 Strathmore toad. Yuneist front the Lally k'uneral Home. 496 Harvard xi, Satuttlay morning at 8:46. firquietn High Mass at St. Ignatius' Chapel at 9:30. Relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to attend. MURRAYIn this city, the ad. Elizabeth F.. beloved sister of Mary A. Murray of 19 Charles River sq. Funeral from; the Crosby Memorial., 867 Beacon at. linear Park Drive). on Saturday morn-1 Mg at 8:15 o'clock. followed by a Solemn Requiem High Mass at St. Joseett's Church. Chambers at.. at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited. Calling hours 2 to A and I to 10 p. M. MUtitVSIn Brighton. the 4th. suddenly. Waiter L., beloved husband of Josephine A. Murray tnee Murphy). residence. 141 Lyne road. Complete notice later. NESBITIn Belmont, May 3. Isabel M. (nee Heffernan) Nesbit. Funeral from the residence of her daughter. Mrs. S. R. Swanson. 85 Lawrence lane. Saturday. May 6. at 8 a. m. Solemn Requiem High Mass in St. Joseph's Church at 9. Relatives and friends invited. NEWMANIn Cambridge, May 3. Annie F. . beloved daughter of the late Michael and Annie Newman (nee Balfe). Fu- i neral from her home. 64 Highland ay., I Cambridge. Saturday morning at 9 1 o'clock. followed by a Solemn High ! Mass of Requiem at St. Andrew Of the Apostle Church. Forest Hills. at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. NICKERSONIn Everett. May 4th. Annie F. alulkley). wile of Harry B. Nickerson. Funeral services will be held at the Parlors of J. E. Henderson Ca., 517 Itcoadwity, Saturday. MIAS, Huh. at 2, U. 10, itelativta and friends invited. NOLANIn this city. May S. Daniel D. Nolan. beloved husband of the late Mars, Nolan. Funeral from W. J. Cas- sidy's Funeral Parlor. 160 Harrison ay.. Saturday at 8 a. m. Requiem High Mass at St. James- Church at 9. Ittela--: II Dennis J. O'Leary, beloved husband of : the late Margaret G. O'Leary thee 1 O'Sullivan). Funeral from the residence. f 29 Egerton road. on Saturday morning at 9, followed by a Requiem High Mass in St. ,Jerome' s Church at 10 . o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. O'NEILIn Dorchester, May 3. Anna T. (Downey). beloved wife of the late John A. O'Neil. Relatlyee and friends ' . invited to her late home, 12 Droner at. , and to the ifinVi hi SiilLifilliy et 8 si, M. . - Soiernn Requiem Mass in St, Peterit ! Church at 9 a. in. Foimerly of 35 Long. - fellow St. PAROOf Winthrop. Mass.. suddenly. at Melville. R. I,. May 4. Commander L. , Edward Parc). U. S. N,. husband of Laura , L. (Kent) Paro of 65 Belleview av., , Winthron. Funeral notice later. , PLATTIn South Boston. May 2. Margaret M. (nee McDonald). beloved wife of Clarence Platt. Residence. 31 Rev. . Richard A. Burke st. (housing project). Funeral from the John F. O'Brien & Sons Funeral Home, 146 Dorchester pit.. Saturday morning at 8:15. Solemn High Funeral Mass in St. Augustine's Church at 9 o'ciock. Relatives and , friends respectfully invited. : QUATRALEIn Natick, May 3. Mary. wife of Philip Quatrale. Funeral from her late home. 43 Cochituate st.. Natick. : Saturday, May 6. at 8 a. in. Solemn High Mass at St. Patrick's Church at . 9 o'clock. RATTOIn Winthrop. May 3. Frank L., beloved husband of Emily Ratto nee Lagamasino 0. Funeral from his late home, 152 Somerset ay.. Saturday. May 6. at 8 a. m. Requiem High Mass at '1 St. John the Evangelist Church at 9 . I ain.vmitdRetolataivtteesnda.ndLaftreiemndesmabreer okfintdIllye Orient Heights Post, No. 54, American Legion. ROBERTS-'-in Winchester. May 4. Ralph P.. husband of Entelle McLean Ilobtrts end hither of Clarence A. Roberts. Funeral services at his home. 9 elaremont arre.ndMs ainYsit80: al d. . a2vn.. in. r 1 iHnegitaotni v. esSaatnudrdi SCHOFIELDIn Allston. May 3, Howard Leroy. beloved husband of Helen E. (Murphy). Funeral from the Short & Williams Funeral Home, 173 Brighton. ay.. Allston. Saturday, May 6. at 8:15 . a. m, Requiem High Mass at St. An-, thonyli Church. Holton at.. Allston. at 9 a. rn. Relatives and friends invited. Friends may call at the funeral home: Thursday and Friday evenings. 4-10 p.m. 1 SCOTTAt Newton Centre. May 3. Fran-tea C. Scott (nee Sentner). beloved wife of the late Robert S. Scott, formerly of 15 Gil", Head at, Jamaica Plain., Funeral from the residence of her son-in-law. Emil P. Bernard, 26 Cedar at., Saturday. MaY 6. at 8 o'clock. High Mass Of Requiem at 9 o'clock in Sacred' Heart Church, Relatives and friends kindly invited to be present. Please do not send flowers. 1 SHOULDERLt James V. Shoulder. pilot. U. S. A. A. C., died in the service of , his country in Hawaii. formerly of 92, Belmont at,. Somerville, beloved hus-I band of Marie Shoulder (Hoey) and son, of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Shoulder.: Pro-Burial Solemn High Mass at St., Catherine's Church., Somerville, Monday, May 8, at 9 a. in. Relatives and friends invited to attend. SIMONSENIn Medford. May 4. 1944,, Anna C.. wife of the late Henry Simon-, sen and beloved mother of Mrs. Edna, . Burke. Funeral services at tier late home, 69 Ashcroft road. Ri.turday, May 6 at 2 rt. rn. Relatives and friends, kindly invited. Interment Oak Grove,' Medford. STEELEOf West Medford. at New London. N. H.. May 4. William S. Steele, of 10 Warren at. Funeral from the E. J. Gaffey Memorial - Home. 43 High st,1 Medford so.. on Saturday. May 6, at 8 a rn. Requiem Mass at St. Raphael's Church. at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited STINSONOf Medford. Mn y 2, Carl W., ' husband of Mabel Hale Stinson. of 234 Ashcroft road. Services at the Wilson Chapel, 28 College ay.. West Somerville. Saturday. May 6. at 2 p. m. WEINGARTNEKIn Roxbury, May 2. at his residence. 43 Mt. Pleasant avenue, John Weingartner. husband of the late Caroline A. Weingartner. Funeral services at the Waterman Chapel. 2328 Washington street. flosburst. on Friday. May 5, at 2 P.m. Relatives and friends are invited. WILSONIn this city. May 3. Joyce Margaret Wilson. aged 6 months. beloved infant daughter of Albert S. and Nettie (Carr) Wilson. Funeral services at her late residence. 68 McBride it.. Jamaica Plain. on Saturday. May 6. at 2:30 is. m. Relatives and friend R are invited YOUNG---In Somerville. May 4. Wilfre4 . husband of Mary Young of 83 Munroe et. Funeral services at the First Unitarian Church. Highland ave.. Saturday at 2 p. m. Friends May call at the funeral home of David Fudge and Son. Inc.. 100 Highland ave.. between 5-10 p. rn. Friday. ZAGAMIIn Somerville. May 3. Rita V. (Foster). wife of Natalia R. Zagami. Fu- tiers) from residence. 10 Carver st.. Saturday morning. Requiem High Mass in St. Catherine'e Church at 9 n'elork 1 Visiting hours 3 to 10 P. In. Funeral private. oe' BRITISH SEAMEN READY TO DONATE BLOOD for little Florence Ward, 8-year-old Woburn girl critically burned in fire at her home. Shown at City Hospital .blood bank. with laboratory technicians Eileen Nugent and Catharine Chevchuk, they are, from left, Richard Robinson, David Benister, Joseph Huckin, Gordon Riding, Bernard Sausby, Sydney Megson, Benjamin Taylor. Senate Group Votes Subsidies 18 Months WASHINGTON, May 5 (AP)The Senate Banking committee voted today to recommend an 18-month instead of a one-year extension of the Price Control act which expires June 30. Senator Taft, Rep.. of Ohio, proposed the longer continuance to make the proposed new termination date. Dec. 31, 1945, conform with calendar year accounting systems employed by most business and industry. Chairman Wagner, Dem., of New York, said only two committee members. Senator Ilawkes. Rep., of New Jersey and Butler. Rep.. of Nebraska, opposed the amendment. The vote came after it was learned the Republican leadership in the House has decided to abandon its anti-subsidy tight and approve extension with only one change court review of OPA regulations. Wilfred Young Somerville Fire Department flags flew at half-staff today in tribute to Wilfred Young, 69, district chief and Fire Department member for 49 years, who died suddenly of a heart attack at his home at 83 Munroe st., Somerville, last night. Members of the Fire Department, who were holding a committee meeting at the Central Station, sent a rescue wagon in charge of Lt Edmund Wall, when they learned of his illness, but were unable to help him. Young, who put In a lull day at the Fire Department yesterday as usual, leaves a wife. Mary (Aucoin) Young, and two- daughters. Mary of Somerville and- Mrs. William Leach of Kokomo, Ind. His son, Lt Wilfred Young Jr., USA. who was cited for gallantry. was killed in action during the Sicilian invasion. Simple funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow at the First Unitarian Church. EVENING DEATH NOTICES 1 ALLENIn Cambridge. Ma Y 4, Fred i Allen. in his 77th year. of 67 Churchill, ay.,: Arlington. Funeral service at the Story Chanel. Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Saturday, May 6, at 4 P. m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. BABCOCKIn Somerville, May 5. tester H. Babcock of 16 Elston St. Services at the Wilson Chanel. 28 College ay.. West Somerville. Sunday. May 7. at 2:30 p. m. Visiting hours at the chapel after 4 P. m. Saturday. COASHIn Allston, 1)3t ac('ident, May 4. William F. son of William 11. and Thelma (Brown) Coash. Funeral from the Carley Funeral Home. 553 Cambridge st.. corner of Gordon st., Settle-day at II a. m. Relatives and friends invited. CORCORANIn Dorchester, May 4. Nora Corcoran. Funeral from the residence of her niece. Mrs. J. Warren Christian. 655 Columbia road. Satur-, day. May 6. at 8 o'clock. High Masi of Requiem at 9 o'clock in St. Margaret's Church. Relatives and friends kindly invited to be present. CUSHINGin South Department, City Hospital, May 4, Margaret Ann. infant daughter of Leo E. and Eileen Langley Cushing. Private funeral from South Department Saturday. DIXONIn Brookilne. the 4th. Agnes V. Dixon. beloved daughter of IVIrs. Mary King. Funeral from her residence. 24 Marion at.. on Monday morning at 8:15 o'clock. followed bY a requiem mass in St. Mary of the Assumption Church. 13rookline. at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited. Interment Private. Calling hours 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 P. in. GOGGrNIn Somerville. May 4. James F.. beloved husband of Mary (nee Do)ierty) Goggin. Funeral from the residence of her sister. Mrs. Frederick J. Carey. 27 New Hampshire ay.. Monday'. May 8. at 8:15. Solemn ILO Mass of Requiem at St. Catherine's Church at Charlestown at 9 a. m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. GUILDIn Jamaica Plain, May 5. Jennie A.. widow of Albert W. Guild. of 10 Roseway at. Relatives and friends invited to attend the service at her late home Sunday afternoon. MaY 7. at 2 o'clock. Burial in the family lot, Highland Cemetery. Norwood. HALLORANIn West Roxbury, May 4, suddenly. James. beloved husband of Bridget Halloran (nee Noonan). Funeral from his late residence. 208 Temple at.. Monday. May 8. at 8:15 a. m. Requiem High Mass at St. Theresa's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends most kindly invited. HICKSON--In Newton. May 2. George W.. husband of Jennie W. Hickson (nee Banks). formerly of Brighton and Watertown. Funeral services at residence of his daughter. Mrs. Robert E. Daly. :632 Lincoln road. Newton. Saturday. May lib, at 2 P. m. Relatives and friends invited. MILLSIn Waltham. May 4. Edward Perkins. beloved husband of Edith (Beless) Mills. Services will be held at his home. 53 Derby at.. Sunday. Ma-, 7. at 2:30 p. In. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Friends may colt i after 1 p. m. on Saturday. NOONANIn South Boston. Ma Y 4, Annie T. (Bonner) Noonan. beloved wife of the late William C. Noonan. Funeral from the home of her daughter. Mrs. Alice Reardon, 12 Winfield at.. Monday. May II. at 8 a. m. Requiem High Mass at the Gate of Heaven Church at 9 a. m. Relatives and friends invited. PIKEIn Jamaica Plain. by accident. May 4. Robert A. of 32 Burnett se. beloved son of Albert J. and Margaret W. (Fitzgerald, Pike and beloved brother of Francis A. and David W. I Pike. Funeral from the J. D. Fallon' Memorial Funeral Home, 7 Greenough: ay.. on Monday. May 8. at 8:15 a. m.1 Requiem High Mass in St. Thomas': Church at 9 o'cloek. Relatives lid I friends invited. Visiting hours. 2 to 5i and 7 to 10 p. m. REILLYIn Somerville. May 5. 1944.1 Dennis J. beloved husband of Beatrice (Tortolana) Reilly. Funeral from his late home. 252A Somerville ay.. Monday at 8:15 a. M. Funeral High Mass at St. Joseph's Church at 9 a. m. Rela-' byes and Blends invited. SHEEHANIn Cambridge. suddenly. May 5. 1944. Raymond M., beloved husband of Helena V. (Brennan) Sheehan. Funeral from the residence. IRI Huron ay. ' Monday at 8. Solemn High Mass In St. Peter's Church at 9 a. m. Relatives and friends kindly invited. SMITH1-In Charlestown. May 4. Patrick. beloved husband of Morearet M. Smith (nee Kellyt. Funeral from his late home. SoleY at.. 81,mdav. May 8. at 8:15 a. m. Solemn High Mass at St. Marys Church at 9 a. m. Relatives and friends are kindly invited. WHITINGOf Newton Centre. Mass., May 4. 1944. Ethel M.. wife , of the late Eugene T. Whiting, of 21 Francis' Ft. Services at the First Church in Newton. Congregational. Centre at Horner at.. Newton Centre. on Monday afternon. May 8. at 3 o'clock. Friends are welcome to call at 101 Union at., Newton Centre, Sunday afternoon and evening. t I . .. Dollar Verdicts in , , - False Arrest Suits Against Police A sulfolk Superior Court jury today returned awards of one dollar for Cornelius S. Hawk, alJamaica, L. I., traveling salesman, in each of his two $10.000 suits against two police officers of the Back Bay Station for alleged false arrest on Feb.1 7, 1940. The jury, after being out morel than six hours yesterday afternoon and evening. reported to Chief Justice John P. Higgins at 10 a. m. today, that they could not agree, and were sent out by him again, returning their verdict at noon. The suits were against Sgt Thomas J. 'Kearns and patrolman Charles J. Shea, and arose. from Hawk's being taken from his Iloy1-! ston-st. apartment by police after he crashed his car on the railroad' bridge on Massachusetts ay. WARD VII A K Continued from the First Page Dewey; .1,ep, Illinois; author of , the resolution,. said the investigation should be conducted on a "high Plane" to determine if the lawmakers "unwittingly" ' have given the Chief Executive "unwarranted power." Atty. Gen. Biddle's ruling that Montgomery Ward is a war plant and thus subject to seizure was questioned critically in the debate. Chairman Sabath, Dem.. of linois. of the Rules committee, de. dared, however, that he was sure "the evidence will show" that the company received -many favors" from the government and made $200,000,000 in 10 years under the New Deal." Representative Clark, Dem., of North Carolina, backing the government in the debate, read from the resolution accompanying this country's declaration of war Dec. 8, 1041, ! "when we were united and there was no partisanship." He said that resolution gave the 1 President power to use "all of the resources of the country" to bring the war to an end, and notes that "when the President is openly defied" the economic , stability is threatened. 450 Quit Jobs at Ward Subsidiary Plant SPRINGFIELD, Ill., May 5 (AP)-- 1 A group of employees of Mont- I gomery Ward & Co.'s Springfield subsidiary. the Hummer Manufacturing Company, stayed away from their jobs today and declared they ! would remain idle "until the company signs a contract or the government takes over the plant." A company spokesman estimated the number at about 450. The idle workers are members of Local No. 628 of the International ! Association of Machinists, affiliated with the A. F. of L. 1 1 with the A. F. of L. 1 John A. Saxer, manager of the Hummer plant which produces re-1 frigeration and farm equipment and parts for several war production industries, said he did not know why the employees were idle and re-; (erred all inquiries to Ward officials( in Chicago. Named Assistant Cashier FRAMINGHAM, May 5Charles P. Mealwitt, formerly associated, with the National Shawmut Bank! of Boston, has been appointed : assistant cashier at the Framing-I ham National Bank to succesd the late Brenton A. Hyndman. Our experienced Counsel. on fu; neral matte,rs is offered to all. Feel free to consult us knowing that seeking our advice entails no obligation. I And, we remind of Crosby's I Policy of Pre-determining Costs.i WW'U."M11.1"111 1), IJOIglirt 1 pf.., kw N !t,(0,t)z..,ftsk:::,', 4 , . 1 ,ti:Fr,ci - ; Save Newsprint BUY YOUR S N DAY GLOBE from the same newsdealer or boy each Sunday. ORDER YOUR SUNDAY GLOBE ADVERTISEMENTS TODAY o. ; If 4 '01 ' ' e 5.(P! Suspended Sentence in Library Theft William E .Clegg, 50vbf Lase Ile st., West Roxbury: erstwhile treasurer of the Poston Public Library Employees Associatinn'and accused of the theft (4-V6,029.75 of that organizations funds. was given a one-year House of Correction suspended sentence after being found guilty by Judge Elijah Ad low in Municipal Court today. , JORDAN MARSHCOMPANY,e - Vaffit , eh C I Rsr CAR Z1-0P '7 "J; 7, 0 , I S1ZESi 14 2' to -- 20 MISSES', DRESSES ' BASEMENT ANNEX , I, r 11 ;: d e . .. ,:. . i'''' , Vesnal 1 , , .4' ' s 14 16 N. ( 1 . ,i1,0,,''''' ,).: - '11''Ior .', , 1Itl I ' - ' , - - '1 ''' -- ? - if 4 ol P ' '' 'A '''. ,-,...00 1101 FFLED CHARMER lb MAIL AND PHONE ORDERS FILLED II BLOUSES-MIRROR BAR Woman Held on "Fence" Charge Mrs. Ann Antonitus, 28. of Hampshire st., Cambridg; mother of four children accused by police of acting as a "fence" for a 15-year-old Somerville boy's theft pleaded not guilty when arraigned before Municipal Court Judge Frank W. Tomasello today and was held in MOO on four counts of receiving stolen goods. The case was continued to May no She was arrested last night by police of the Milk-st. Station at her home, where women's apparel, valued at $1048, allegedly stolen from a downtown store by the boy, was found. BLOOD' Continued from the First Page The 100 members of the Milk Drivers' Union who had given blood or were waiting to give transfusions were chosen out of 2300 union members who had voted enthusiastically at a meeting last night to go to the girl's assistance. The response to the appeal was so great that Francis P. Sheehan of South Boston, union president, and Dr. Stephen Maddock of the City Hospital, were forced to draw up a schedule at which the willing drivers were assigned to visit the hospital. In addition to the union members. those who donated blood included 13 coworkers of the girl's father and three United States sailors attached to a warship.in Boston Harbor. Blood had been given by 60 donors up to 10 o'clock this morning and hospital authorities planned to accept enough added offers to bring the total number of blood donations up to 200 by tomorrow. A large amunt of blood is being stored up because in cases of severe burns a large amount of blood plasma Is required. ' - This afternoon American and British sailors arranged to visit the hospital from the Fargo Building to donate the life-sustaining fluid. I Little Florence was burned on Thursday when a container of nail polish remover spilled on a lighted gas stove. Flames enveloped the little girl Whose mother, Mrs. George tWard, was seriously burned while beating out the flames. She is at Choate Memorial. Hospital, Woburn, , , Rayon Jersey "4-STAR" DRESS' 99 Smooth rayon ler- $oy that travels and packs beautifully. - Adorably styled for businass or dates. Lovely array of colors. , The price allows you to buy two or three for continuouo wear. ', YELVW AQUA WHITE LILAC POWDER BLACK 0 PINK MAIL AND PHONE ORDERS FILLED BUBbard 2700 St:30 a. nt. to 0 a. nt ELlot 3000 9:30 a. m. to 6 a. nt. and 8 JORDAN MARSH CO.. BOSTON 7 DEPT. 297-277 G Please send DRESSES AT $4.99 BLOUSES AT $1198--- Color Size Name - Address City -- Zone State Chit. 0 Cash 0 Money Order 0 go '1. w, i. !ll 7lb .P 'I, Z.,242 4, French rayon crepe ruffled blouse to add charm to your suits. White, lilac, maize. Sizes 32 to 38.' $1.98 - BASEMENT ANNEX , Hold Dorchester Man for Manslaughter Maurice Ranahan, 25, of Barry park. Dorchester, was held In $10,000 for the Grand -Jury by Municipal Court Judge Elijah Ad low today on a charge of manslaughter resulting from the death on April 23 of James McCarthy, 31. of 0 st., South Boston. Two of Ranahan's companions who, police testified were with him in a stolen car when the victim died as the result ot a fractured skull shortly after arriving at the city Hospital, appealed sentences. Francis R. Willis of Wheeler st., South End, was held in $6000 on appeal from an indeterminate sentence to the State Reformatory, on two counts of unauthorized use of tin auto. but accepted a 10-day jail sentence on a plea of guilty to operating after his right to operate was suspended. - , David Bennett of East 5th st., GIVE YOUll RIM COAT TIIAT "minion DOLLAR" LOOK ,I1011 NEXT WITJTEII .RW10. REMODEL-YOUR FUR COAT k Adetitioed Apes sxtr 2 'MABSOCOMPANY0 iowc CilliZePalg74ezPerit it 01- .1 Vy :7145: to,) );" VC11.411 I - .0- 4 k 4.,1 -, 3 7 .kf. ' Ai', , : 3.:3 ', 1 , . 1.7 , A 0 : fl - I , ' i,s ',; I ; i L3 THE REDINGOTE $5.75 ' Of lovely rayon tuana with novelty stitching de. - tail. and pleats for that slim, slim look. Bracelet length sleeves.- Spanking white flower and piping which is detachable. Navy and black only. Sizes 1812 to 2412 and 38 to 48. $5.75. THE DRESS I It $5.75 Fresh looking, small-patterned rayon Bemberg print dress. Shirring at the shoulder and waistline. Good looking novelty buttons fasten the neckline. Stitched gored skirt for slim effect. Lilac. blue, green, red, luggage. Sizes 1812 to 2412 and 38 to 44. Other charming styles in sizes, 38 to 44. 85.75. WOMEN'S DRESSES MAIL AND PHONE ORDERS FILLED Cad HUBbard 2700 9:30 A. M. to 9 P. M. Eliot 3000 9:30 At M. to 6 P. M. - JORDAN MARSH COMPANY DEPT. 265G, BOSTON 7, MASS. Please send me Redingotes Color 2nd Choice Name Address City 0 CHARGE ' 0 16 Settle Truck Strike in New Hampshire -- CONCORD. N. 11.. May 5 CAN-- Gov. Blood today announced settls ment of a strike of New Hampshire truck drivers following a conference at Manchester between union rep. resentatives and operators. The Governor said the drivers started work again at I o'clock this afternoon after a walkOut 12 days ago. The strike tied up transportation throughout the state. .a e.p 1 . ft Nme South Boston. was held in WOO On appeal from a four-months sentence to the House of Correction for unauthorized use. natuthan was also held In SIM) each on charges of unatithnt-Ned use. Police Sgt. Mark E. Madden testi. tied nonillion admitted knocking Mc.. Carthy down in a fist fight on Old Colony Parkway, Dorchester. but helped bring him to the hospital. For a Limited Time Only I. J rox MASTER Mil CRAFTSMEN Will Deftly $ For as little as ' NOW is the time to transform your fur coat into a thing of new beauty at an unbelievably low off-season, price. A bargain opportunity youll go far to duplicate. Choose from a bid.; zs liant variety of new advance 1945 fashions. ' a E1077 Ats II U-kolail 7, , 'America's Largest Fairrkr , A 411 WASHINGTON ST. - Rely 'On a; edingote in 4. 1 To you stlik , zeeI-dress a r ed look. 4 , o avar oter any 1, its a basic for color clianges or alitercal . accessories.' g .0 ' r ,,,., I t P , 4 .400' t V , i't k. . . ' 1 '4', ''- t Iay,:trrdr717:;:' Ve.). ;,1k, ,e ,44 --' a ) t '71 .,r 71t , le; frl,: ; riD ; ii '1ms t ( t I ,,k1 k it: I": ,i ''''',4 :iti kt Ate, , d'Ailt. 4 - BASEMENT ANNEX I at $5.75. Zone State CASH at $5.75. Dresses it $5.75. She.. State (3 M. O. IRO SID - ,,

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