Daily News from New York, New York on June 14, 1955 · 215
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I gtatft ilohtts Amm Rom (oeeCltera). Of 1350 85 th. Brusmlja. Betoveit Wile af Pairu-k. Intktr ol Lucille. Sister el Charles altera. PhiXnnu Sabiao. Marr and jai-cttael. Sevmiug al Greenvotnt l'bprt, f Mauna-sianti Ave. Raqtiieea Maea. Ttnirs. a . 10 A M. at S. Bvrnadnie K.C Ltuuvti. interment. Calvary Cemetery. Director. X. J. CalauUrilla. I.4NBAV Arthur, on June 11. Mmiber ul International CBlon or Operating .Engineers, i-o-ai 14. Jtepoetnc . Caike funeral Home. 1 W. lfHKli Sl ii. X. I funeral. WeOnesiay 1 P M. WALTER. Sl'BPHy. Sec't'v. BOTT1KK Kalnerioe. Ub'Jum IS. 195&. Ueloved wile of John. plater at Auoa Senaaars. Service al Walter B. Cootte. Inc. funeral Hume, "u Snxier Ave, Jt krrn. Tuea.. 8 ;hi P.M. Funeral Wed.. 1 P. M. Interment Jiauie Grove Cririeterr. ei KXU.UA Anna. On June 13. Beloved wife of toe late Sanatoria. Lovin mottier of Salvalore and mo". u-neral front Manhattan auoeral Home. 1H14 Third Ave.. Thursday. ;I0 A. -M. laava Si. I'eciua's I'harca. 10 A. M. Interment St. Raymond's Cemetery. tlHJA Loma. June 13. 196S. Beloved nusbaiKl of Ren a. Father of France. Joseph, Louis Jr.. Bena. Peter and Jean. Funeral from. The Fairehild Chapel. 951 Atlantic Ave.. Brooklyn. Solemn BeaUiem Ma' at St. Boss of Lima B. C. Church. Wed.. lO-A. M NTr?ltO John . June 13, 1956. Be loved tatisband of Rosalie. Uevoied lather ol !-alvatore. James, Joseiib. Mary De Pink, and Anthony. R epoetin al Waller B. Cooke. Inc. Funeral Home, l w. lifOth St.. Bronx. Reamem mass St. John a enure, on Tnursdajv. Id A. H. Interment St. Raymomla Cemetery. atllKK&ilii ikriminii-k . OT 2057 let Ave. Beloved hnsbanrt of Susan. Repomnr at rarenga Bros, lettneral Home. zi r.. lltiih Street. Funeral. Tri. 9 A. M. So-levon Reuera ?lfas St. i.wy'e Chnrctt It) A. M. Interment Calvary Cemetery. COKV1NU Michael. 1 SUS Tad Streel. Beloved husband of Catherine nee Tiio!l dear father of John and Mrs. Mary Capone. Reposinr. Cuemiano A Kusso Chapel. Avenue T and nest eth Street, until Wednesday. 9 A. it. Anthonv M. Pc-aruaci. Director. fa b' t b: VT b' TWmiriiM Tate r.f &04 B. l'itlth St. Beloved husband of Madeline and devoted father of .Marco, ruomena Caiiozzola. Orazio. Funeral Thursday, A. M from Josenh Farenea Sons Vuneral Home. :4:i JB. llHth St. Requiem Ma.", Holy Rosary Church. 10 A. 1L. Interment St. Raymond s Cemetery. U! I ANN) Anna nee Talho) . Beloved wife of late John, devoted mother of Pasuuale, Kolierl. Joseph and late Or. John. Jr. Slater or Antoinette uaioo. l)Hniir at Vanella'n Chanel, "d Wat 11- son St. nntfl Wednesday 30 A. M- Solemn K'Hjntem m ase. at. joacmm Church (Roosevelt St.) 10 A.-M. il t.LAKDIO Louis Kins. On June l:lth. Beloved husband of the late Amelia tSteol. Bear father ef Joseph. Kepoeina; at Charles Baclg-aJnpo Funeral Home. 36 Mulberry S!.. ni.nl Friday. 9:.'10 A. M. Requiem Mas St. Joseph's R. C. Church. Catherine St.. 10 A. M. Interment St. John's Cemetery. 11INTANA Saveno. Of 89-42 Francis I-ewis Blvd. Beloved Husband ef Mane, devoted father of Joseph. ReDosinr. Peter Tommao Funeral Home. 176 Central Ave. B'klyn until Thursday O A. M. BtDUnW Olcim Knox. On June 12. 195r. Beloved husband of Helen E. Hatalow. Resided at 1 Patton Place. Huntinrtnn. L. I. Reposing at McCarthy' Funeral Home. 441 New York Ave.. Kunune-ton. L.. I. Solemn Reu-mrm Mass. Thursday. B-.'td A. M. at St. Patrick's Church. Hnntinrton. I. I. Interment St. Patrick Cemetery. "Huntington. T. XIACCFKf Catherine (nee Giarraputol. Of :t7 Schaeffcr St. Belove.i wife of Joseph. Lovinr mother of Julins. Mary LaVenia, Frances Lecuilla, and the late Casper. Also five rrar.iililren. Reposimr at 34 Mcloii!ral St., Brooklyn, nntil Wednesday. t A. M. Beqniem Mass St. Joseph's R C. Church. Interment St. Charles Cemetery. Directors St. Joseph's Funeral Home. Inc.. ' Wilson Ave. MAItZI 1L4 Sebaetiano. Reposinr at V. Sco.-ozza Funeral Home. 1 2"3 West-ehester Ave., until Thiirwiay. 9 -HO A. M. BII.MI KK Fliaabeth (nee De1aiey. On June l'fth. of 48-3a rilth St.. Bavside. Beloved wife of Henry. De voted mother of Lawrenfe. bear sister ef Joseph. Thomas and Charles De-laney. Mrs. June TriBrer and Mrs. Kathleen Skinner. Also survived bv 2 rramichildren. Funeral from the Har- fea Funeral Home. Northern Blvd. earner of 2l9tn St Bavside on Wednesday. -rto A. M Reaiiipm Mass St. Robert Bellarmine K. C. Chnrt-h 10 A. M. Interment. Calvary Cemetery. KN'OSIA Vincent. Reposinr at O. Caratozzolo A Sons Funeral Cbnreh. fi Crnjral Ave., nntil Thurs.. A. M. VERSANTI! Pasauale. On June 8. 1955. Beloved husband of Pasqualina. Devoted father of Marin and lovin father-in-law of Anna. Funeral was from 188th St. and Webster Ave. Chanel. Saturday. June 11. 19BS. Solemn Re-eniem Mass was said Saturday. June 11th. at :1S. at St. Martin ot Tours Church. B. 182 St. Interment waa at Calvary Cemetery. MI.OTTI Concetta. Beloved wife of Sal- vatore. Lovinir mother of Lena. Marv. Sal and Tommy. Reposina at Oturia Funeral Home. 47-"0 104th St.. Cornea nntil Wednesday. 9 A. M. Mass. Our I-aire nf Sorrow. 9:.tO A. M. TAVI.IIR Mary A. nee Ouialeyi on Saturday June 11th. 1!55. Beloved wfe of Joseph F. Dear Mother of Ruth Hansen. Rev. Josenh. CO P.. Rev. John C S.J. Funeral from "Park Abbey Chapel". 1430 fnionnort Rd.. (Park-enester Bronx. Solemn Reoniem Mass .St. Helena's Chnrch. Wednesday 10 A. M. Interment. Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Jn iHtmoriatn OHKRIV Romeo. lt Anniversarw Jnne 14th. Mass September 7th. St. Athanaia, 1 o'cloi lt. WIFF, EUlsA. ell.VKSTRI There, (Mamttal. First anniversary in Heaven. Memorial Maes. Immaculate Com-ention Church. Gun Hill Ed.. Bx. 7 -no A. M. June 14. 195B. MOTHER A DAD. Death and In Memorial Notices Afajr b UUpbonti to THE KEWS tj Toar fumertl director mmj timt up to i F.ii. for insertion tat tb next icy's paper. Telephone calls on SAT. nd SVff. must be mele before 3:3$ P. M. f bone MUrrmy HiU 2-1234. bituarp EDWARD J. HEALEY Edward J. Hea!ey, 53, production manager of Fisk Brothers Refining' Co.. Newark, doed yesterday at Alexiart Brothers Hospital Elizabeth. He lived at 200 Summit Road, Elizabeth. COMMODORE FELLOWES Pietermartizbwrg', South Africa, Juno 13 (Reuters) Air Commodore Peregrine Forbest Mo rant Fellowes, 72, the first man te fly over Mount Everest, has died here. MRS. PHEBE KOUWEVHOVEN Funeral services for Mrs. Phebe F. Kouwenlioven, 95, whose Dutch, ancestors settled in Brooklyn more than 300 years ago, will be held at 2 A. M. tomorrow at the Moadinger Funeral Home. 1120 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn. She died Sunday at her home, 1672 E. 22d St Brooklyn. Charges Aired After Le Mans Race Disaster Le Mans, France June 13 (U.K. A deputy in the National Assembly charged today that race organizers i g -nored a plea by French President Rene Coty to call off the Le Mans international auto race after Sunday's trackside disaster ' killed 79 persons. Andre Gaubert said Coty sent a member of his personal staff. CoL Jean Cres- saty, to the scene as soon as he heard of the tragedy. He said Cressaty appealed to organizers in the name of the president to call off the race. It waa an "informal suggestion" he added, but officials of the speed classic did not act upon it ana they ordered the race continued. Gaubert made his disclosure as Premier Edgar Faure called a cabinet meeting to review the rules of auto racing. They Pass the Buck Jean-Marie de Livere, presi dent of the automobile club that sponsored the race, said he thought the contest should have been interrupted but added: "My "responsibility ended the minute the starting gun was fired. From then on, the race director was responsible." Director Paul Farous disagreed. "At the time of the acci-denf only one power could have stopped the race," he said. "That was the Ministry of the Interior, through its representative here, Sarthe Prefect Pierre Trouille. And he did not assume the responsibility." Senators on Quemoy Taipei, June 13 (P). Sens. 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