The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on July 8, 1938 · Page 11
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Ml For Clarified Ad Rendu BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1938 TelepKon MAin 4-6000 11 Dcatbs- Anderson. Peyton Markhof f, Behrpnholf, Frederick Aclolph Masterson. Blake. Amy B. Katherlne E. Blind. Ann McKenn. John F. Blumers. Christian Murphy. Ann Broadhurst, Murphy. Joseph J. Agnei Nicholson, Burhenbereer. James J. Anna Paeper. Julia reftham, Grace K. Cook, Henry De Gurio. Harold Pink. Minnie Dempsey. Michael Reilly. Catherine Eazers. James F. Reilly, Mary A. Funsch. Harrv Rewland. Winifred Graham. Janet H. 8amueU, Charlei Hagcn. Henry B. Sawkins, William Hammond, Mary Strang. Sarah M. Houlihan, Vaccaro, Antonio Catherine VanTassell, Janlcula, Mary L. D. George T. Wheeler. WUliam Kline, Seymour ANDERSON On July 7. 1938. PEYTON, beloved husband of Imo-pene Anderson; father of Lulu Klinkharner, Elizabeth Clark and Robert Anderson. Funeral services at the parlors of 8. Edgar Everitt. 164-13 89th Avenue, Jamaica, New York, on Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. BEHRENHOFF ADOLPH, un July 8, in his 35th year, beloved husband of Adele Behrenhoff. Also survived by two brothers and one sister. Services at the Sheldon Avenius Funeral Home. 6315 Forest Avenue. Ridgewood, Friday at 8:30 p.m. Funeral Saturday, July 9, at 2 p.m. Interment Evergreens Cemetery. BLAKE On Thursday, July 7, 1938, AMY BANTA, wife of the late Joseph E. Blake and mother of Edith B. Waring, Mabel B. Townsend, Dr. Edward L., Irving O. and Joseph E. Blake. Services at her residence, 136 Underhill Ave., Saturday, 3 p.m. BLAKE Daughters of the Revolution, Long Island State Society, announces with regret the death of a valued member, Mrs. JOSEPH E. BLAKE. Mrs. ROBERT L. GERMAN, Regent. Mrs. Vernon Cook, Cor. Sec'y. BLIND ANNA, on July 7, 1938, pged 67 years, beloved sister of Bertha Pieplow and John Blind. Funeral Sunday, 1 :30 p.m., from George Werst Chapel, 71-41 Cooper Ave. Cremation at Fresh Pond Crematory. BLUMERS CHRISTIAN, suddenly, on Wednesday, July 6, 1938, husband of Katherine (nee Herrer) Blumers; father of Loretta Doherty and Margaret; brother of Katherine Stumpf, William and John Blumers. Services at Weigand Bros. Funeral Home, 1015 Halsey Street, Saturday, 2 p.m. Interment following in Evergreens Cemetery. BROADHURST AGNES, on July 6, 1939, beloved wife of the late Horace and sister of Anna, Charles, Peter and William Anderberg, Mrs. Edward Willis and Mrs. Hannah Heid-cerd. Funeral services at her home, 282 Ryerson St., Friday, 8 p.m. Interment Saturday Evergreens Cemetery. BUCHENBERGER ANNA, aged 95, suddenly, July 5, Hamburg, Germany. Services Friday, July 8, Ham-burg. She formerly lived at Nutley, N. J with her nephew, Max Buchen-berger. For the last ten years she has resided with her nieces, Else and Grethe, in Hamburg, COOK-HENRY, on July 7. at his residence, 208 Bay 35th St. Survived . by two daughters, Elizabeth Cook and Mrs. Walter Manley and three sons. John, Alison and Harold. Funeral from Van Cleef Funeral Parlors, 94 Neck Rd., Saturday. July 9, at 2 p.m. Interment Evergreens Cemetery. DE GURIO On July 6. HAROLD M beloved son of Michael and Mildred (nee Case-tola) De Gurio, loving brother of Arthur. Funeral fjom his home, 1532 E. 35th St., Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Thence to St. Thomas Aquinas Church where solemn high requiem mass will be offered at 10:00. Interment Calvary Cemetery. DEMPSEY MICHAEL, beloved husband of Annie (nee Cummings) and father of William F., James, John, Richard, Mrs. Mary Hartley and Josephine, on Wednesday, at his residence, 81 Autumn Ave., retired inspector of the B. M. T. and former resident of Greenpolnt. Requiem mass Saturday at 8:30 at the R. C. Church of the Blessed Sacrament. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Arrangements by Thomas J. Creamer. EAGERS On. July 7, JAMES F., beloved husband of Catherine Eagers (nee Donovan), at his residence, 460 42d Street, Notice of funeral later. FELTHAM On July 8, 1938. GRACE K., beloved daughter of Kathcrine and the late William Felt- ham; loving sister of iidward, Wal- ter, John, Robert and Lawrence Feltham. Services at her residence. 244 14th St., Sunday. 8 p.m. Inter - ment Green-Wood Cemetery. FUNSCH-HARRY. on Julv 5, t his residence. 1047 Bercen Street. He is survived by his mother, Hannah Funsch Lang, and a stepfather, Joseph Lang. Funeral Saturday, July 9, Interment St. John's Cemetery. GRAHAM JANET HOPKIRK GRAHAM. July 7 1938, after a brief illness. Born in Scotland 72 years ago. Wife of John C. Graham, mother of James, Alexander, John, Isabelle, Jessie Graham Curtis, Elizabeth C. Johnston; grandmother of Donald, Marion, Janet Doris Graham and Jean Elizabeth Johnston. Funeral service Friday, 8 p.m., at her home, 95-06 77th St., Ozone Park, L. I. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery, Saturday, 2 p.m. VITAL NOTICES (Acbnoul-edgmtnts, Birtht, Condolences, Confirmation!, Dtatki, En-lagem entt, M a r r i a f t i, Masses, Memorlams, Resolu-lions) accepted until 10 PM. for publication the follotvina day or from S A. M. to 1 P.M. (11 AM. on Saturdays) for publication in the next available edition of the same day's paper. The Vital Notice rate is 90 cents Per line. MAin 4-6000 Deaths HAGEN At Free port, L. I., on Wednesday. July 6. 1938. HENRY B., beloved husband ot Margaret Hagen. Service at hi home. 21S E. Bean St.. Saturday, July 9. at 2 pjn. Interment Greenfield Cemetery. HAMMOND On Wednesday. July 6. 1938. MARY D . at the home of her daughter, 2 Hawthorne St., Baldwin, L. I., beloved mother of Helen Vtves, Harriet Gemmell and Henry D. Hammond. Services at the Falrchlld Chapel, 88 Lefferta Place, Brooklyn, Saturday, 11 am. HOULIHAN CATHERINE, on July 6. 1938; survived by two daughters, Mrs. Catherine Nittoly, Mrs. Mary Hecker; two sons, Thomas and John, and ten grandchildren. Funeral from her residence, 885 Hancock St., Saturday. 9:30 a.m. Thence to the Church of Transfiguration. Marcy Ave. and Hooper St., where a requiem mass will be celebrated at 10J00 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. JANICULA At 3 Crescent Ave., Huntington. L. I., on Julv 6, 1938, GEORGE T, beloved husband of Alice Curtin Janlcula and loving father of George and Donald, in his 46th year. Solemn requiem mass at St. Patricks Church, Huntington, L. I, Saturday, July 9, at 10 a.m. KLINE-On July 7, 1938. at his residence. 346 President St.. SEY MOUR, beloved husband of Caroline A. (nee Burkhardt) and father of Seymour. Carlton D., H. Mandeville and Alicia MacMahon, in his 90th year. Services Saturday, July 9, at 2:30 p.m. MARKHOFF On Wednesday. July 6, 1938. FREDERICK, beloved father of Minnie D. Smith and Frederick H. Markhoff, and brother of Anna and Henry Markhoff; also survived by three grandchildren. Re liglous and Masonic services on Fri day at 8:00 p.m. at his home, 104-20 209th Street, Bellaire, L.. I. Interment Saturday, 2:00 p.m., Lutheran Cemetery. Arrangements by A. A. Jung. MASTERSON KATHERINE E (nee O'Reilly), on July 7 at her home, 109-31 113th St., Richmond Hill, in her 60th year. She is sur vived by her husband, James J.; four sons, James F., Joseph M.. Philip B Bernard A., and one daughter, Sis ter James Catherine, O.S.J.; also a brother and sister of St. Paul, Minn, soiemn requiem mass win oe celebrated at 9:30 a.m. Monday, July 11 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Richmond Hill. Interment Calvary Cemetery. McKENNA JOHN F., on July 7, at his residence. 109 Joralemon Street; husband of the late Matiel Hoenig McKenna, and devoted father of Jeannette Bonhotal and brother of Harry and Irene McKenna. Funeral on July 9, at 2 p.m. Interment private. MURPHY On July 8, ANN ree Mahon), beloved wife of Thomas P. Murphy and sister of William J. Mahon and Mrs. John F. Regan, at her residence. 36 Plaza Street. Notice of funeral later. MURPHY Wednesday. Julv 6, 1938. JOSEPH J., of 779 Lincoln Place, brother of Jerome, Vincent and Melba Murphy. Funeral from Pitrchlld Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, Saturday, July 9, 11 a.m. NICHOLSON On July 8, 1938, JAMES J., beloved husband of Mar-gaiet (nee Donegan), dear father of Mrs. Arthur Zoltowskl and Vincent A. Nicholson. Funeral from his residence, 71 Granite St., Saturday, 9:30 a.m. - Solemn requiem mass Church of Our Lady of Lourdes. Interment St. John's Cemetery. J. J. Gallagher Sons, directors. PAEPER JULIA, on July 6. 1938, beloved mother of Henry, Bertha Baecker, Marie Uloth. Reposing at Dresbach Funeral Home, 6346 Prospect Avenue 60th Place), Ridge-wncd, Brooklyn. Funeral services Saturday. 2 p.m., at Ridgewood Ad-ventlst Church, 1925 Gates Avenue. Interment Lutheran Cemetery. PINK MINNIE, ageo 72, at Floral Park, L. I., Thursday, July 7. Funeral services at Pettit Bros. Funeral Parlor, 70 Washington St., Hempstead, L. I., Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. REILLY CATHERINE, on July 7. Reposing at Harry Quayle Funeral Home, 134 Smith Street. Funeral notice hereafter. REILLY On July 6, MARY A . at her residence, 552 St. Johns Place, beloved wife o Dennis and devoted mother of Thomas Reilly and Mrs. Helen Van Wickler. Funeral 9 a.m., Saturday, with a requiem mass at St. Teresa's R. C. Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, ROWLAND WINIFRED, beloved wife of Michael J. Rowland: mother of John, Joseph and Mrs. Winifred McNally. Funeral from her home, 519 East 7th Street, on Saturday, July 9. Requiem mass St. Rose of Lima R. C. Church 10:00 am I .,. I , AMUELS CHARLES. beloved I husband of Hattie; devoted father of ! Rsalind; dear brother of Henrietta I ouus&uurger ana Mary Kcicncrt. Ke posing at chapel, 187 South Oxford Street. Funeral private. SAWKINS WILLIAM H., on July 7, 1933, at Mountainville, N. Y. Serv-ices at his home Saturday, July 9. at 2:30 D.m. STRANG SARAH MORRELL, at Wantagh, July 9, 63d year; beloved wife of John H. Strang.- Funeral notice hereafter. VACCARO ANTONIO, July 6, at I his residence, 186 Ainslee St. Survived by three daughters, two sons, one brother and sister. Funeral service by Dr. A. Mangano, Mon rf in. in T. ....... rw.h . , Bn ilapusl LIAM' t1led Ju'y 1936- Second an-Church. 16-18 Jackson Street. nivprsnrv mo er .i,i. Brooklyn. Cemetery, Interment Linden Hill it:h 3tt fUrmnriam The Eaplc has published a booklet of "In Mcmoriam" Verses You may obtain i copy of thi booklet, without charge, by calling an Ad Taker at MAin 4-6000. J.J. Drake, K. of C. Leader, Dies at 71 Flushing Man Leading Figure in N.Y. Chapter-Fraternal Rites Sunday A requiem mass for Joseph J. Drake, chairman of the New York Chapter, Knights ot Columbus, In 1927 and 1928 and its treasurer since 1930, who iied yesterday In his home, 40-25 167th St., Flushing, will be celebrated Monday at 10 a.m. in St. Andrew's R. C. Church, Flushing. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Fraternal services for Mr. Drake, who was 71. will be held Sunday night at the residence by the Knights of Columbus, In which he had been active for more than 20 years, particularly In Manhattan where he had served as a district deputy and grand knight of Liberty Council, 432, and aided in the building of the Knights of Columbus Hotel. Founded Association In addition to his activities in the K. of C, Mr. Drake was a member of Queensborough Lodge, 878, B. P. O. E.; the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, the Holy Name Society of St. Andrew's Church and the old Eighth Aven'ie Association, now the West Side Chamber of Commerce, in Manhattan, of which he was a founder. A native New Yorker, the son of John and Sarah O'Keefe Drake. Mr. Drake entered the shoe business as an errand boy and remained in the retail branch of that profession until his retirement five years ago. At that time he had operated a store at 8th Ave. and 51st St., Manhattan, for some 30 years. Previously he had conducted stores at 1953 Broadway and 1422 St. Nnlc-olas Ave., also in Manhattan. Surviving are his widow, the former Katherine F. Meuer; .two sons, Joseph W. and Gerald; three daughters, the Misses Kathryn and Dorothy Drake, and Mrs. Margaret D. Russell, and a sister, Miss Josephine Drake. Mrs. T. P. Murphy, Wife of School Aide Mrs. Ann Mahon Murphy of 38 Plaza St., wife of Thomas P. Murphy, principal of Public School 92 and sister of former First As sistant Attorney General William J. Mahon. died of pneumonia today in Holy Family Hospital, where she had been a patient for the last three weeks. Mrs. Murphy was born In Brook lyn and was a teacher in the public schools here prior to her marriage. She is survived by her husband and her brother; a sister, Mrs. John F. Regan, and two nephews, William Regan and John Regan. The funeral will be held Monday with a solemn requiem mass in St. Joseph's R. C. Church. Interment will be in St. John's Cemetery. Samuel Kaplan Samuel Kaplan of 835 De Kalb Ave., for about the last 35 years a route man for various metropolitan newspapers, and a charter member of the Newspaper and Mall Deliverers Union, died yesterday. At the time of his death he had been with the New York Evening Journal for about 12 years. Born in Lithuania, Mr. Kaplan had lived in Brooklyn more than 40 years. He was a member of the United Friends Mutual Aid Association. Surviving are his widow, Mr;. Yetta Klein Kaplan; three son., Sigmund, Philip and William, anrl a daughter. Lillian. Funeral services today at Kirschenbaum's Chapel. 345 Throop Ave,, were to be followed by burial in Beth David Cemetery. Duchess of Praslin Grenoble, France. July 8 (U P) The American-born Duchess of Praslin, 62, died today. Born Lucie Marie Tate, at Liberty, Ky., she first married Charles Hamilton Paine. He died in 1909. In 1910, she married Gaston de Choissul-Praslin, seventh Duke of Praslin. They were divorced at Rouen .n 1922. Daubs VAN TASSELL On Wednesday, July 6. 1938, MARY L. DOBSON. wife of the late A. Russell, and mother of May and Ruth Van Tas-sell and the late Florence Loman. Services at her residence, 7424 7th Ave., Friday, 8 p.m. WHEELER WILLIAM, in his 77th year, beloved son of the late William and Amelia Wheeler. Funeral services Friday. July 8. at 8:00 p.m., from the funeral home of John H. Teves, 1363 Bushwtck Avenue, Brooklyn. Interment Saturday, 2 p.m., Mount Olivet Cemetery, i In iemociam of our dear father, EDWARD C died July 8, 1937. KAY and JOE, McCUE JOHN E. 1935. died July 8, Twn thinc dfR'h rinnn' r.pvrr. Lv,r nnrl inPmnrv - thfv lat forrvrr MOTHER, FATHER and FAMILY MULHEARN In everlasting mem " ory of my beloved husband. WIL- . ., . . . . ' at the Ciiurch of the Nativity. The roKinit utrpam o Mr rolls on. But still th vacant chair n-rn!h the lovt, ihp voice, thp unite OI the one who nncp sat thTP Lonesome Wile, ELLEN. 3 Flajvless Performance of a Sacred Duty Peese Funeral Direclnrn 431 Noilnnd Ave. STirtlni S-lio FRATERNAL CHIEF - St' v AK I 3d Joaeph J. Drake Police Inspector Neidig Is Buried Police Inspector Charles L. Nei dig, recently shifted to the 15th Division, Queens, was buried yesterday in the Lutheran Cemetery, Middle Village, following impressive services at his home, 70-23 Harrow St., Forest Hills, where he committed suicide last Monday. Commissioner Valentine, who ordered the ailing 52-year-old official's transfer from the 4th Division, Manhattan, did not attend the full inspector's service conducted by the Rev. WUliam G. Ivie, Protestant police chaplain, but nu merous high-ranking figures in the department were present. Serving as honorary pallbearers were the following, all inspectors of full rank: Patrick J. Daly, Edmund J. Meade, Charles P. Dorschel, John J. O'Sullivan, Charles N. Stllson and George W. Heitzmann, who suc ceeded to the command of the Manhattan division. Also on hand were Deputy Police Commissioners John J. Seery. John A. Lyons, Cornelius O'Leary and Martin Meaney, former Deputy Police Commissioner John J. Sullivan and the Rev. A. Hamilton Nesbitt, another Protestant chaplain of the department. An honor guard of 117 patrolmen led by Deputy Chief Inspector Harry L. Lobdell, in charge of the Queens uniformed force, preceded a proces sion of five automobiles carrying flowers and 30 others filled with mourners en route to the cemetery. .a. Josephine A. Smith Baldwin, July 8 Funeral services were held yesterday at the Baldwin Funeral Home on Grand Ave. for Mrs. Josephine A. Smith of 22 Wallace Ave. She died at her honu Monday of bronchial pneumonii. She was born in what is now Springfield Gardens, 58 years ago. Later she lived in Farmingdale for a number of years. She came to Baldwin ten years ago and was active in the Ladies' Aid Society of the Baldwin M. E. Church. The Rev. E. W. Shrigley. pastor of the church, officiated at the services. Burial was in Greenfield Cemetery. Her husband, George W. Smith, was a former Justice of the Peace at Far Rockaway for more than ten years. He died several years ago. Arthur B. G. Mayer Rockville Centre, July 8 Funeral arrangements were being completed today lor Arthur B. G. Mayer of 25 Alrired Ave., who died at his home yesterday following a month's illness. He w&s born in Manhattan 56 years ago. Mr. Mayer was a silk embosser and headed a Manhattan firm under his own name. He had been In the silk business practically ill his life. Surviving are his widow. Vera F.; a daughter, Carol; a son. Walter H.; two brothers, Walter and Wiliiam, and a sister, Mrs. Minnie Alliion. Henry B. Hagen Freeport. July 8 Funeral scrvires will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. In the home for Henry B. Hacn of 215 E. Dean St., who di'xi Wednesday nK'ht after a brief illness. He was 65. For more than 30 years he had conducted a meat market here. The R?v. David G. Jaxhcimer f Christ Lutheran Church will officiate. Burial will be in Greenfield Cemetery. His widow, Margaret, survives. He was a member of Spat-tan Lodce. F. fz A. M.. of Frepimrl. and the Freeport Lodge Of Elks. He was born in Germany. Ex-Madison Football Player Loses Fight Against Disease Harold M, DeGtirio, 20, a former James Madison High School football player and son of a police hero, has lost a long fight for life, in which he was aided by three volunteer blood donors who responded to a heartbroken plea from his father. Young DeGurio, who lived at 1532 E. 35th St., died Wednesday of endocarditis at Kings County Hospital. Until he became ill about six months ago he was a sophomore at Pratt Institute. When the youth's condition became critical last June his father. Michael DeGurio. a retired policeman and member of the department's Honor Legion, marie an appeal for volunteer bloo:! donors who had recovered from endocarditis. Three volunteers were acceptedMiss Belle Kantor of 459 Pennsylvania Ave., Fred Brown of James F. X. O'Hea, Telephone Official Commercial Supervisor of L. I. Area Active in Flatbush Civic Circles James T. X. O'Hea, general commercial supervisor In the Long Island area for the New York Telephone Company and a veteran of 49 years of service with that organization, died suddenly of a hemorrhage last night at his home, 320 Albemarle Road. He was 61, and had been in 111 health for a short time before he was stricken. Active in civic affairs, Mr. O'Hea was an organizer and vice president of the West Flatbush Legaue and a member cf the West Flatbush Club. Mr. O'Hea was born in Manhattan on Feb. 12. 1877, and entered the employ of the old Metropolitan Telephone & Telegraph Company as a boy in 1889, becoming a pay station operator. In 1910, when several independent companies were consolidated into the present. New York Telephone Company, he entered the commercial department, where he rose steadily through various clerical positions. He was made general commercial supervisor in Long Island in August, 1927. When Mr. C'Hea completed 40 years of service with the telephone company in 192C he was tendered a luncheon at the Crescent Club by his fellow workers. In January, 1932, he was presented with a gold watch by the West Flatbush League in recognition of his services to that body. The presentation was made at the organization's annual supper dance, at which he was guest of honor that year. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Katherine O'Hea; a son, James Jr., and four daughters. Helen and Mildred O'Hea, Mrs. M. McQuillan and Mrs. Katherine Green. Arrangements were being made for a solemn requiem mass Monday morning. John F. McKenna, 67, Turf Figure John F. McKenna, 67, a well-known figure in horse racing circles in the East for about 50 years, died yesterday at his home, 109 Joralemon St. He had been in ill health and retired from business for the last two years, In his younger days Mr. McKenna made book at all the principal tracks in the country, but recently he had confined his activities to racecourses in and around the Metropolitan area, including those at Saratoga and in Maryland. He operated at Sheepshead Bay and other Brooklyn tracks in the old days when they were important centers of turf activity, and was one of that group of old-timers which included John Cavanagh, Johny Walters, Francis Flood, who died recently, and other notables of the racing world. At one time he was associated with Fred Low and Andy Gray. Born in Manhattan, Mr. McKenna had lived in Brooklyn for most of his life. He was a member of the Old Timers of Brooklyn Lodge, 22, B. P. O. E. His wife, Mrs. Matlel Hoenig McKenna, died last year. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Jeannette Bonhotal; a brother, Harry, and a sister, Irene McKenna. Funeral services will be held at his home tomorrow at 2 p.m. Burial will be private. Obituaries MRS. KATHERINE E, 0'REII,LV MASTERSON. 59. of 109-31 113th St., Richmond Hill, wife of James J. MaElerson-died yesterday In her home after an Illness of seven weeks, .he was formerly a resident of the Bushwlck section for many years and lived in Queens for the last 20 years. She is survived by her husband, who Is a retired fireman: a dauahter. Sister James Catherine. O. S. J., who is a teacher in St. Brendan's Academy; four sons, James F., Josep i M., who is a teacher in the Yast New York Continuation School, Philip B., who is a fireman and Bernard A. Masterson, and a brother and sister. A solemn requiem mass will be offered at 9 30 a m. Monday In Our Lady or Perpetual Help R. C. Church. Richmond Hill, Burial will be In Calvary Cemetery. MISS GRACE K. FELTHAM, 17. of 514 14th St.. a student In Manual Training High School, died today In her home after an illness of five weeks. She was born In Brooklyn, the daughler of the late William Feltham. and is survived by her ; mother, Katherine Feltha'm. and five I brothers. Edward. 'Valier, John Robert ' nnd L,r,nce Feltham. service, win be held at the home at 8 p m Sunday. Interment will be In Greenwood Cemetery. MRS. WINIFRED ROM '.AND, wife of Michael J. Rowland, died yesterday at her home, 519 E. 7th St , after a lona illness. Born In Pennsylvania, she had lived In Brooklyn for about 20 years Survlvina, In addition to her husband, are two sons, John and Joseph, and a daughter. Mrs. Winifred McNally. The funera-! will be held tomorrow from her home, with a solemn requiem ma.s at in a m. in St. no of Lima s r. c. church. Ha.stings-on-tho-Hurison and Vin cent DoMarco of 117 Tudor Place, the Bronx. , Yesterday the grieving father expressed his gratitude to the donors. The elder DeGurio retired from the Police Department last April for the purpose of taking his son to Florida, but the youth's condition became too serious for him to be moved. The father, formerly attached to the Prospect Park Precinct, served in the department for 24 years and was wounded five times in the line of duty. Also sur-i viving are Harold's mother, Mrs. Mildred Casciola DeGurio, and a brother, Arthur. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 9:30 a m. from the DeOurio ; home, with a solemn high requiem S mafs in St. Thomas Aquinas R. C. 1 Church, and burial in Calvary Cemetery. Mrs. Janet Graham, Mother of Realtor Member of Kent St. Church for 50 Years Succumb to Heart Attack at 72 Mrs. Janet Hopkirk Graham, one of the oldest members in point of membership of the Kent Street Reformed Church and mother of James Graham, vice president of Realty Associates, Inc.. died last night In her home, 9506 77th St., Ozone Park, after a brief illness of heart trouble. She was 72. Mrs. Graham, who was born In Perth. Scotland, lived in Brooklyn and Queens for nearly 50 years and for a similar period was a member of Kent Street Church. She and her husband, John C. Graham, were looking forward to the celebration of their golden wedding anniversary next year. The family lived in Greenpolnt for 33 years before moving to Queens Hi years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Graham were well known in Rockaway Point, where they had their Summer home for the last 28 years. Surviving Mrs. Graham besides her husband and her son, James Graham, are two other sons, Alexander, who also is connected with Realty Associates, and John Graham, wholesale sales manager of the American Steel and Wire Company; three daughters, Isabelle, Jesse Graham Curtis and Elizabeth C. Johnston, and five grandchildren, Donald, Marion, Janet and Doris Graham and Jean Elizabeth Johnston. A sister, Mrs. Helen Peebles, of Farfarshire, Glasgow. Scotland, also survives. Funeral services will be held at 8 o'clock tonight in the home. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery at 2 p.m. tomorrow. Congregation Sued Over Death of Boy The Congregation Emanu-el of the City of New York is defendant in a suit for $15,000 damages filed in Supreme Court as a result of the drowning of 13-year-old Frank Prentice Jr. in Banzer's Pond, Cypress Hills, on April 1, 1937. The suit filed by the boy's father charges that the congregation which owns Salem Field Cemetery and the property wrrre the lake is located, nearby, was guilty of negligence. The pond, the complaint alleges, is more than 12 feet deep, has no fence around it, and the owners permitted a rudely constructed raft to float on the water. The congregation in its answer claimed that Frank was atrespasser. Justice Lewis L. Fnwcctt ordered it to spply a bill of particulars amplifying that defense. Sanity Test Ordered For Girl Poisoner Queens County Judge Thomas Downs announced today that he would appoint alienists to examine Elizabeth Wagner, 22, of 25-32 21st St., Astoria, indicted for the rat poison murder of her two brothers. Further mental examination of Miss Wagner will be made at the request of both the District Attorney's office and her own attorney. The young woman was committed to Bellevue for observation on May 13, but the institution had not determined her sanity. - At her first arraignment for the poisoning of her two brothers. Charles. 14. and Henry, 21. last April, Miss Wagner threw the courtroom into an uproar by screaming and biting. F. D. Names Board To Control Aviation Washington, July 8 OP) Divided Federal control of civil aviation ended today with President Roosevelt's appointment of a five-man Civil Aeronautics Authority headed by Edward J. Noble of Greenwich, Conn. Congress created the board in reply to criticisms of decentralized authority over commercial and private flying. The new board will take over the work of the Commerce Department's Bureau of Air Commerce and the Air Mails Bureaus of the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Post Office Department. Woman Cripple Dies After Taking Poison Miis Ethel Barry. 26, of 143-19 Laburnnm Ave.. Flushing, died late last night in Fltushing Hospital a short time after sne had swallowed a ouantltv nf rat. nnison nt. her home. Police listed the death as a suicide. Miss Barry, police said, had been a cripple from infancy and lived with her stepfather. Frank J. Roach, a retired New York City fire captain and now assistant to the fire chief at the World's Fair grounds. DODGE SERVICES HELD Services for Edward Lane Dodge, 68, former general auditor of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, who died S u n d a y, were held j Wednesday In Thomas' Church, l 5th Ave. and 53d St., Manhattan. ! Mr. Dodge, who lived In the Univrr-jslty Club In Manhattan, was a de-scendant. of Gen. Smuel Clark who rought In the Revolution. He is survived by two sisters. EAGLE BUILDING Desirable office space at lowest rentals in Borough Hall section. , Rfintin Agent ROOM 602 HERE 50 YEARS '4& Ha t 1 Mrs. John C. Graham Walter Sudgen, 58, Ex-Shrine Leader Lawyer, Football Official Stricken on Coast at Rally of Masonic Croup Sistersville, W. Va.. July 8 tT) Walter Smith Sugden. 58-year-old Immediate Past National Potentate of the Shrine, an attorney and widely known as a football official, died last night at his home here, where he had been in a coma since Wednesday. Physicians attributed death to a cerebral hemorrhage. Sugden was stricken HI at the annual convention of the Shrine last month in Los Angeles, but presided until the election of his" successor, Andrew A. D. Rahn, of Minnepolls. He had been in ill health for two years. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon and the body will be sent to Amsterdam, N. Y, for burial. Sugden was graduated from An-dover Academy and Harvard University Law School. He played center on the Harvard football team of 1903. Urges Drive Against Retroactive Taxes Representative Emanuel Celler today urged a public campaign to have enact legislation to protect employes of the Port of New York Authority as well as all State and municipal employes, from retroactive taxation on their salaries. Under a recent decision by the United States Suprel..i Court, back salaries of port employes can be taxed. Though the high court has aagreed to rehear the case the Congressman said a reversal was unlikely. He also urged legislation to assure the legality of taxing bonds and securities issued by the Federal Government, States or their subdivisions. Coast Guard Locates Missing Explorers El Paso, Texas, July 8 (U.R) Two Coast Guard aviators who searched for a party of scientific adventurers feared mussing on the Colorado River near Lee's Ferry, Ariz., reported to their commander today that all were safe. They telegraphed their commander here that they had found th? explorers 20 miles east of Lee's Ferry, encamped on a small island in the river. They dropped messages and ascertained that all in the party were well and did not need food. William Wheeler Funeral services for William Wheeler, 76, retired Navy Yard employe and veteran of the Spanu-li-Amerkan War, who died Wednesday In his home, 63 Schaeffer St , will be held at 8 p.m. tonight in the John H. Teves Funeral Home. 13H3 Btlshwick Ave. Mr. Wheeler was a lifelong resident of Brooklyn and (erved in the Navy Yard from 19.00 until he retired in 1928. He Is survived by a niece. Burial will be m Mniint Olivet Cemetery at 2 p.m tomorrow. TRADEMARK NOTIrE-11 HEREBY f '.IV FN Til AT Julius sep'.nwltz and others. 4D Tiiron Avenu', Hino'Uyn. New York, havr filed their tradrmnrks. "MONT-AUK" and "MON -TAUK SHKLLAC CO.." with Picture of Indian head: "WEAR EVER." with picture ot mo hhalda: "CADET," with piriurr nt two cadets and shield, wilh the Seereiarv of Slate of New York. In be used on bnscs, cans nnd cortainers m the sale of, paints, arnlshes and enamels. Jyfl-lBt nau PI'BLIC NOTICES CONTRACT .10R flKAl.Fn BIDS WILL RK ItKCKl VET) BY IhP Barrl nf Water Supply at its nflicr. rlfvf nth floor. 346 Broad ay, ftevt Y'irk. N Y. until 10 b tu . Li!trrn suntiatri T:mr, on Wednf.tlri v. July 27. 1938 for rn.itract 3ifi. fur ihc construction or the s'n.t,i.viv port ion ol liir Wim Branch K'usico tu-inM. the KcnMco By -pad, tun rH and rhp northerly port ion of Hi Kfiisico-Hill Vim tunnel nf thf DCiHwarf HI'irrHict ind appurtenant V i un nr, ,n the Town ot North Caj-iic. Mount Pleg.sant nnd lire-ftirmriih. Write hpifr County. N w YoiH. all an srt forth in thf pf ci lira t inn The port ion of the West Branch-Kensirn tunnel Included in thin contract will he a finished Interior diameter of IS feet and will be approximately A 4H0 feet In length, the Kenslcn By-pass tunnel, alio 15 feet in diameter, will be about 12. 370 feet Inns, and the northerly portion ol the Ken k-i-Hil! View tunnel will be Id feH in diameter and approximately Iff. 030 feet in lenii? ti. Pamphlet eonlalnlnn Informal Ion for bidders, form of bid and contract, spen-Il-ations. requirements an to virrty Pi, , and pnniph.ets of com rac: drawum-. m n be obtained at the nfflrf of th Sii'inrv at he above address, upr.n applirnt:..;) 'n person or hy mail, by den.isrne the h,,n nf f:e do.'M iJSnOi in rh or i -rryuiw'tertt fnr nr.i set Tim drpf- ;-ie refunded upon the rr'u-n "f '! pamnhlrt in arreptarile rnnltiinn with.;, thirv i30i days from the d nn nhic'.i the bids nrr opened For further : -,i t . f w -lar. apply at the office of the ctpef Fti-aineer at the above addre-.; (iF-OPCF t (til LF.PPIB President : HFNP Y HFSTTR-BFRO. RUrt'S r MrOAHKN Cemmnmnn-r Board of Water Supply, RK'HARP IT BURKE Jr., Secretary. Jy6-19t Typo Union Award Vacated bv Court Justice Cotillo Rules Pub Iilier Not Liable fop Wapes of Times Union That part of an arbitrator's award, in a dispute between Typographical Union No. 6 and The Eagle, which declared union members, former employes of the Brooklyn Times Union, entitled to compensation of $66,083 has been vacated in a decision handed down, late yesterday by Supreme Court Justice Salvatore A. Cotillo in Manhattan. The court, ruling on an appeal from the decision of the board of arbitrators, found that Th; Eagle and not the Publishers Association of New York City was liable for any damages for loss of wages during the period from January to June 6, 1937, when the Times Union was published in The Eagle plant, with one printer's chapel. Delves Into Pay Question Justice Cotillo upheld the arbitrators' decision that the two papers were separately owned and the union was within its rights in requiring that two separate chapels be maintained. However, the court ruled that "the question of compensation of members of the Times Union chapel was not specifically referred to the arbitrators in the manner prescribed by me contract. . . . n was never suo-mitted to the arbitrators or there litigated. . . . The parties did not specifically refer the question of compensation to the arbitrators nor did they offer any proof of the amount lost by reason of the discontinuance of separate chapels. "The composition of matter for the Times-Union by members of The Eagle chapel was a matter adjusted between the union and the publishers without recourse to the ar bitrators. The l-.ttr had no part in that arrangement. It is not lawful for arbitrators to fix damages arising out of the matters submitted to them unless the issue of such damages is also specifically submitted." The determination of the amount of damages must now go before another board of arbitrators, under the court's decision. Spence, Windels, Walzer and Hotchkiss. attorneys for The Eagle. announced that an appeal from the decision would be brought. $2,500 Bail Fixed In Bigamy Charge Charged with bigamy. Howard Warren, 40, 993 Willoughby Ave., is under $2,500 ball today for a hearing in Felony Court Monday. Before Magistrate Troy in that court yes- terday. Jean Hirschorn Fassler, 34, of 72 Hewes St., charged that ht married her on Sept. 4, 1936, under the name of Harry Fassler, although he had been married to Mrs. Cora Warren of 230 Highland Place, uncer the name of Warren in New Jersey on April 22. 1935, and never been divorced. The alleged bigamy was brought to light when police were investigating a pending charge of petty larceny against Warren and learned,, that Mrs. Fa.ssler was his third wif;, he having been legally divorced from his first wife. INCORPOItaf 0 DIGNIFIED FUNERALS 4a tow A, 1.10 OLR H FRAI HOMES BROOKLYN 151 Media anulavard SUcamliHref S'lZtU 30 Stvtath IniiM-MEvIni a-3anj.4 2ia Fiatausa 4mnu- DUrkmlaatw f-frm i so-10 Hiiiimt amaue laaitm l aaro lll ll Narthara Blv. INaaMafa Idat 8TATEN ISLAND a aat at., ataslalo aitralta, 14100 MANHATTAN II? Wail n ilraat laatalfai I I7M 1451 airat AvaiiRHlaalan4 4-3MM BONX I waai iMtn strcat RArmene a-iauo 347 WIMIa Avaftu MOrt Havaa t-0217 HKHTCHKMTLa 214 Mamarnnaaa awanua Whlta Pialrn 90 Phorn lor Hevresrnlatne NnObliontiitt LICENSES NOTICE IS HFRKBY f, I V E N T I AT 'Licence No OB 04bb: been iMitd to the undersigned to .'ell beer at retail ak 1R3 KniRstnn Ave . Brooklyn, Knits County, j under the Alcoholic Beeiaae Con-.rui Law, ' for off prcrrmes mnMiiii;itnn I DE OFNNARO BROS JOSEPH and ! ANIF.LLO. I lfi3 Kington Ave., Brooklyn Knir ! County. jvl- t i NOTICE IS HFRFBY "YtlVEN THAT I I.irrne No FB 1).ST9 has been issued t9 the utiderMarrd to .e.l herr n: ter.u, under : the Alcoholic Be erase Cnmrnl La w . at ! 2b-i't Lotnbsriiv St . Brooklyn N Y j TRI!NZ POHK H 1 OH KS 24-45 Lombarriy St., Brnnkvn. N Y j jvl-Jt f I NOTICF." IS HFHP'BY r.TYFN 1 HAT ! I Iff ose EB 01H71! La hrcr, led t fh nnderMEned o tII beer at rftnl jirirr the Alcoholic Beverage Coir m! Law h' 1 Hanson Place Broon ; vn. Kings County, for on con',m-t iu I TUP; UNION NEWS CO. II! Varlck St., Manhattan. yl-:H t NOTICF IS HEREBY (UVFN THAT I License EB onr,6 has been iPMird to tha 1 underpinned to f-ell befr at f'- under the Aicohjhe Bcerac Control Law at L L R R S'a'ion. F:a'hu.vh Avr Hi o-k . n. King County, for on ;rem;es, conump j Wo'i IHE I'NliiN NEWS Co 1 J I Variek St, Manha'tan jyl-t f I NO'l ICF." IS " HEREBY (jTVFN ' THAT : Licence KB OiWO"; has hern i '.icri to the mulct Mciird to -e'i beT if retail under ' 'he A'mhohc Bfrtae cir'r"l nt , Municipa i Cin'f House. 8'': ti S' a nd ", li ,Ve Brooklyn K'mks C"'.ir.'v. for oO premise cms .n; nvi Ii'K I'NMN NFWS CO ' 131 Vanrtc St Maiiihatuti i v i -jt f 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT KB 1(087.1 ha hern issued to !; I under (;; ber at ro,,:l .ir.der !the A.rnfio'ic Revr'ace Content law at , 1'JS Katbush Aie Brooklyn. Kings County, i for en prcmi'-es io:iMimii mn 1 HE UNION NEWS CO. HI Vallate St . Manha'tyn .lyl-Jt t j " NOTICE' IS HEREBY OTVEN THAT ' I.nrnxe FB has been issued to the i liiiiliTMiiiied to ,;; herr at ret.til ur.drr : the Ahn; c Bever ago Cn'ra! Law at India Wharf Hrmk:yn. King County, for un I'ren.iafs loiiMunption PANO A, WOO. m Indian Wharf Hmok.wi. jyl-'Jt f I'AIVNKKOKEKS RAKEtf canu, At;n ION ROOM 1N(" J.ihn ,f (ii.iV ,l"m F StllllVHii Sr. Auction -t-Cai.a. S- . M.-:ihi:.mi. N. Y f: 'H ' : '. n fi' , J .: : i f,,, j v ,i -i .s, : Sn I.iw-uif' fi' :ri!.ri-f ;Tie, pf.'r- nf a ,i!!i"f uv .ei'ort"-l;.ind 'rft.'ii tff-rv :,":'r. r N :'k:i Ann: ic. juj;, .tM-4 Mhv s ijiit mid a;i pv-i,..,.,, hr-ii nvrr f-ntn pirvhui, Ml ft ft 7 a 8 .JOSFPH 8HON(.UT-OEopr,E SHONOt'T A n -i'.i..-er HJ B -wry. N Y . ni at 9 a m. r I iiery. Inc. Ufi Si'ds St., dammit, .'ewelrv, second-band i'rhrL odrt' and end, ftm 140 nf jan 4 It 17. to 6J6.1 of June 11. 19.17. jt-fit oa t

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