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4 p RITES FOR MRS. ROBINSON WILL BE HELD TOMORROW Tuneral unices for Mrs. Walter EcoU Robinson, prominent Brook- i lyn clubwoman, who died yesterday ! in Midwood Hospital, will b held 1 At 2:30 p.m. tomorrow in the First j Presbyterian Church. 124 Henry St. Burial will be private. Long active tn Republican poll-tics on Brooklyn Heights, Mrs. Robinson served during the last Presidential campaign as the women's chairman of the Kings County Division of the United Republican Finance Committee, which obtained funds to support the canriirihcy of Wendell L. Willkie. In 1936 she was vice chairman of a similar committee for the Landon-Knox campaign. - Mrs. Robinson was a former president of the School Settlement Association, for which she had been an earnest and enthusiastic worker for many years, having served as vice president for two years and a member of the board of directors for three years before assuming the presidency in 1934. Was ts Direct Show On the day of her death a paragraph appeared on the woman's page of the Brooklyn Eagle deploring the fact that her illness had prevented her from acting as master of ceremonies at the School Settlement A.ociation's fashion show yesterday at the Hotel St. George. As co-chairman of the event, she had worked so hard on arrangements for it that a cold suddenly developed into pneumonia Sunday night, necessitating her removal to the hospital. For three years Mrs. Robinson Ambrose, Hahosen, Oscar Catherine Kennedy, Alice L. Androvette, Mary Littleton. Edward Asquith, Lillian F. Mangold, Bridget Austin, Mary E. McCollum, Bouchier, Catherine D. Stephen J. McEldowncy, Brown, A. Henry Alice Burden, Winifred McGeehan, Burt, Harry P. Thomas J. Chaloner, Edward A. Sr. De Marco, Columbia Diamond, Margaret McGrane. John Moran, John J. Murphy, Jennie Old, Melissa E. O'Shaunessey, Mary Donnelly, Thomas Paolillo, Anthony Doyle, Katherlne J. Englert, Helen F. Fachenbach, Estelle Fischer .Charles E. Fitzpatrlck. John Frerlchs, FTed Phela.t, Frances Quigan, Mary Robinson, Margaret Pray Robinson, Mrs. Walter Scott Scott, Philip S. Small, Agnes D. Gallagher, Edward Smythe. Marjorie Goodwin, Mary Sonsire, Peter Goutches, Capt. Charles R. Gross. Helena Hall, Anna L. Starr, Marie Sullivan. Mary A, Tallman. Edgar Wilcox, Elsie R. AMBROSE CATHERINE (nee Greaney), March 18, dear wife of the late James and loving mother of Catherine Belford and grandmother of James A. Be'ford; beloved sister of Margaret Sullivan, Michael, Dennis and William Greaney. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.m., from her home, 573 10th Street. Solemn requiem mass, St. Saviour's' R. C. Church, 8th Avenue and 6th Street, at 10 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Direction of Jere J. Cronin. ANDROVETTE On Tuesday, March 18, 1941. MARY ANDROVETTE, in her 90th year. Service et Graham Home on Friday tt 10.30 a.m. ASQUITH On Monday. March 17, 1941, LILLIAN F., of 475 Washington Avenue daughter of the late William and Delia Asquith; sister of the late Delia, Constantine, Alfred and George Asquith and aunt of Florence Oettlnger. Service at the Falrchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, Thursday at 2 p.m. AUSTIN On Monday, March 17, 1941, MARY ELIZABETH, beloved mother of Edna A. Benedict and Richard S. Austin. Service at her residence, 1819 Dorchester Road, Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. BOUCHIER STEPHEN J at 40 Hartford Street, Lindenhurst, L. I., beloved, husband of Katherine C. and. devoted father of Catherine C. and Stephen Jr.; beloved brother of Margaret B. Petty. Requiem mass, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Thursday, 10 a.m., followed by interment 6t. John's Cemetery. BROOKLYN LODGE, NO. 22, B. P. O. ELKS Brothers: Funeral services for our brother, A. HENRY BROWN, Wednesday, March 19, at 8:30 p.m., Fairchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place. SAMUEL A. LEMMA. Exalted Ruler. Thomas F. Culte, Secretary. BROWN On Monday, March 17, 1941, A. HENRY, beloved husband of Charlotte and devoted father of Mrs. William A. McManus and Mrs. Julian S. Knox. Service at the Fair-child Chanel, 86 Lefferts Place, on Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. Interment private. BURDEN On March 17, 1941,! WINIFRED mee Raftery), of Traverse City. Michigan, widow of Patrick and loving mother of Patrick J. and John G. Burden. Reposing at the residence rf her rlrce, Miss Mary GUllgan, 541 57th Street, from Friday noon wtil Satnrt'ay. 10 am. Internrnt Calvary Cemetery, BURT On Tiir.-rt.iv. Murch IB. . 1941, HARRY P, VVUT. at his1 home, 542 1st SM-fl. r .-vires at St. Jrhn'a P. E. Church, St. John's Place and 7th . Avenue. Friday, atj 10:30 a.m. was co-chairman of the Brooklyn Heights Division of the Citizens Welfare Drive. She also was director of the Junior League of Brooklyn, the Brooklyn British War Relief Committee and Civitas, a past president of the Round's Alumnae Association and active in the Heights Casino. Mrs. Robinson was the former Miss Marsaret Pray, daughter of Mr. and M.S. Charles F. Pray. Her education was obtained at Mis Round's School, the Master's School at Dobbs Ferry and Columbia University Extension. During the Worlc War she worked 10 hours a nay for two years as a volunteer in the service department of the Red Cross. Edited Publications Before her marriage. Mrs. Robinson gained much practical business experience as an assistant editor for the Butterick Company. In charge of many of Its publications. Surviving Mrs. Robinson are her husband and her parents. Charles N. Hartjen Special to the Brooklyn Eagle Hamilton, N. Y., March 19 ; Charles N. Hartjen, 68, formerly for ; 25 years a checker of supplies at j the Brooklyn Navy Yard, died at his home here Sunday. He is sur- ! vived by his widow, Harriet F. Hartjen: a daughter, Mrs. Clar- j ence Hoffman, and three sons, j Richard of Brooklyn, Clifford of the West Point Military Academy, j and Merton of this city. Services I were held this afternoon. CHALONER On Tuesday, March 18, 1941, EDWARD A. Sr., beloved husband of Catherine (nee Williams) ; dear father of Mrs. Robert T. Patterson, Sister Mary Virginia, Sister Margaret Mary of the Order of Sisters of Mercy and Edward A. Jr. Funeral from the Walter B. Cooke, Inc, Funeral Home, 1218 Flatbush Avenue, Friday, 9:45 a.m.; thence to Our Lady of Rfuge Church, where solemn reijiiem mass will be offered. Interment Calvary Cemetery, DE MARCO COLUMBIA, on March 18, 1941, wife of the late Angelo De Marco; mother of Joseph, Mrs. Antonette Vecchio, Mrs. Louise Caggiano, Mrs. Rose Gerbasi, Mrs. Carmela Migliaccio, Mrs. Jennie Cipriano, Mrs. Mary Franzone; also survived by 25 grandchildren and three great - grandchildren. Funeral from her residence, 883 Kent I Avenue, Saturday, 10:30 a.m. Sol emn reqpiem mass St. Lucy's R. C. Church, 11 a.m. Interment St. John's cemetery. r DIAMOND Wednesday, "March 19. 1941, MARGARET E, beloved wife of the late Bernard Diamond; mother of Mrs. Ellen Harlow and Mrs. Lucy Allgaier; at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Harlow, 910 Park Place, Notice of funeral later, DONNELLY On March 18, 1941, THOMAS of 1907 Avenue U, beloved husband of Delia (nee Corrigan), devoted father of Margaret, Mary T. k ;d Thomas; brother of Sister Mary Aquin, S.S.J. Reposing William A. Martin Funeral Home, Clas-son Avenue, corner Sterling Place. Funeral Friday, 9:15 a.m. Requiem mass St. Edmund's Church. DOYLE On March 18, KATlf-ERINE J., beloved wife of the late Timothy J. and loving mother of Grace Doyle Doner and Madge Walker. Funeral' from Darraugh's Funeral Home, 8813 5th Avenue, Friday. Solemn requiem mass St. Patrick's Church, 10 a.m. Interment St. John's Cemetery. ENGLERT HELEN F., on March 18, of 88 Menahan Street, beloved sister of Frank J., Anthony R. and Philip J. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.m., from chapel, Central Avenue, corner Menahan Street; thence to St, Barbara's R. C. Church, where solemn requiem mass will be offered ! at 10 a.m. Interment Most Holy Trinity Cemetery. Arrangements by Nicholas Blasius Jr. & Son. FACHENBACH On Monday, March 17, 1941, ESTELLE FACHENBACH of 9 Lafayette Avenue Service at the Fairchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, Thursday at 2 p.m. FISCHER On Monday, March 17, 1941, CHARLES E. FISCHER, beloved husband of Emma M. Fischer, in his 59th year. Relatives and friends, also Tadmor Lodge, No. 923, F. & A. M.; LongI Grotto are invited to attend the services at the Chapel, 7141 Cooper Avenue, Glendale, on Wednesday, 8 p.m. Interment Thursday, 2 p m., Cypress Hills Abbey. FITZPATRICK On March 16, JOHN J.. brloved husband of Mary (nee Carberryi; retired N. Y, F. D., Hook and Ladder No. 122; at his home. 8813 Ridge Boulevard. Solemn requiem mass St. Patrick's R. C. Church, 4th Avenue and 95th Street, Thursday, 9:30 a m, Interment Calvary Cemetery. FRERICHS FRED, on March 17. Funeral services Wednesday, at 9 p.m., Oatcs Funeral Parlors, 6312 5th Avenue. Funeral Thursday, 10 a m. Interment Green-Wood Cemetery. GALLAGHER On Tuesday, March 18. 1941, EDWARD J., husband of Elizabeth A , and brother of Francis J., Gem-go W Ambrrsc A., Kitlnyn H. and Helen A. Gal-lagher, Futrr i from the Fa i: child Clmnrl, Rfi LrflrMs Finer, on Friday, 9:30 a.m. Mass St. Patrick's Chinch, Kent Avenue and Wil-loughby Avenue, at 10 am. rv ., f- . vv l i -"-'At' J ' & Mrs. Walter Scott Robinson Chcrles E. Fischer Charles E. Fischer, o! 60-64 70th Ave., Ridgewoed. a former patrolman, died Monday of heart disease nftrr a long illness. He was 58. Bern in Manhattan, he hr.d lived in Kld'iewood for 22 years. He was a member of the Police Department for 15 years, until 18 years ago, and since his retirement from the forcce has been In the real estate business. He was a member of Tadmor Lodfe 923, F. & A. M., and LongI Grotto, and was formerdly a member of the Queens County Grand Jurors Association and the Federal Grand Jurors Association. . D E ATHS GOODWIN March 17, 1941, MARY, beloved wife of William; sister of Anna Nolan, Gertrude Gill, Catherine and Raymond Cole. Funeral from the residence, 686 E. 37th Street, Thursday. Solemn requiem mass St. Jerome's Church, 11 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, GOUTCHES March 19, Capt. CHARLES R., beloved husband of Elizabeth (nee OUare); father of Lieut. Charles J., Engine Co. No. 201, N. Y. F. D., and Mrs. Adrian j Habben. Funeral services Friday, 7:30 p.m., at his residence, 339 79th ' Street. Funeral Saturday 2 p.m. Interment Green-Wood Cemetery. 1 GROSS HELENA, suddenly, i March 18, 1941, in her 86th year. Services at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. James Nohowec, South Main Street, Sayville. L. I., , on Friday, March 21, at 2:30 p.m. HALL On Monday, March 17, j roe Street. Service at the Fairchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, on ; Wednesday, 8 p.m. J HAT.VORSEN-OSCAR, March 17, I aft:r a long illness; born in Oslo :Norv.-y; in his 52d year; of 166 98th jstre?., Brooklyn, He is survived by his fc?!? -ed wife, Lillie; three sons, Robert, Allan and Norman; a sister, Ellen, and a brother, Alfred. Member of Norseman Lodge, No 878, F. & A. M. Masonic services Wednesday, 8 p.m., at Chapel, 4603 4ih Avenue. Religious services Thursday, 1:30 p.m., Reverend Leif Guldbrandsen officiating. Cremation Fresh Pond Crematory. Director Louis W. Thorgesen. KENNEDY Suddenly, on Tiies day, March 18, 1941, ALICE L., beloved wife of Austin L. and mother of Mrs. Robert H. Jones and Robert A. Kennedy. Services at the Pair-child Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, Thursday. 8:30 p.m. LITTLETON March 18, EDWARD J., 408 81st Street, beloved husband of Marie (nee Coates); father of Edward and Walter; brother of Mrs. Mae Crowley and Elizabeth, Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.m., from Funeral Home, 7722 4th Avenue. Requiem mass St. An-selm's Church. j MANGOLD BRIDGET, on March 18; mother of Charles and i sister of Mrs. Fred Stockwell of j Worcester, Mass. Remains reposing at E. H. Lockwood Chapel, 4617 7th Avenue. Requiem mass Friday, March 21, at 9:30 a.m., at the R. C. Church of St. Agatha, 49th Street and 7th Avenue. Interment St. John's Cemetery, McCOLLUM CATHERINE DONNELLY, at her home, 920 Putnam Avenue; widow of Charles F. McCollum; mother of Isabel Catan, Arthur and Ellen Muller McCollum; also surviving are four grand- I rons, one sister and one brother, j Solemn requiem mass at Church of Our Lady rf Good Counsel, Saturday, at 10 a.m, McELDOWNEY A LICE, on March 16, 1941, beloved wife of Patrick; dear mother of Mrs. Daniel : Lanahan; sister of Mrs. Anna O'Brien. Reposing at M. J. Smith memorial, 248 Prospect Park West, until Thursday, 9:30 a.m.; requiem mass Holy Name Church. Interment St. Lawrence Cemetery, Brewster, N. Y. M c G E E H A N March lfl, 1941, THOMAS J., beloved husband' of Julia V, Coughlln; dear father of Do'ores and Kathlyn; also survived by t'vn sisters Mary McGeehan and Mr MiNel Crnnelly, Funeral from the Walter B Cooke, Inc., Funeral Hrn" i:i8 Flatbush Avenue, Frl-r'ny. !(:30 a.m.; thence to Our Lady Help nf Christians R. C, Church, wh". a mass of requiem will be offered. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Harry P. Burl, 68, Holed Publisher President of Firm And Active Clubman Harry Prentice Burt. 68, of 542 1st St., president of the A. L. Burt Company, publishers, and prominent In the publishing field in this city for nearly 50 years, died yesterday at his home folio mj a brief illness. Mr. Burt was a hfrlonj resident of Brooklyn ar.d t.-.e son of the late Albert L. and rah H. Prentice Burt. T!? n-' firm was founded by his father. Mr. Burt had bren a life member of the Crescent At luetic Club and also had been a member of the Slwanoy Golf Club. He was married In 1900 to Grace Evelyn Odell of Mount Kisco, N. Y.. who died In 1933. His son, Harry Odell Burt, died in 1936. Mr. Burt is survived bv a granddaughter, Elizabeth Pendleton Burt, and two brothers, Frederick Andrew Burt and Edward Fuller Burt of Shippan Point, Conn. The funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. ' Friday at St. John's P. E. Church. 1 7tli Ave. and St. John's Place. Burial will be at Mount Kisro. Chamberlain left $336,000. Birmingham, England, March 19 j (INS) The late Prime Minister j ricvuic iinniuciirtui iv. a giura estate of 84,000 pounds ($336,000 at present rates), It was announced today. Three thousand pounds went to his niece. Miss Valerie Cole, and the remainder to his widow, son and daughter. McGRANE JOHN, on March 17, 1941. Native of County Dnnegal, Ireland; devoted husband of Margaret (nee Kennedy) .beloved father of P. F. C. Thomas and Clare Forde; brother of Catherine Keller, Theresa McGlinchey, James and Thomas. Funeral from the Modern Funeral Home, 5723 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, on Thursday morning at 9:30. Mass of requiem, Our Lady of Perpetual H;lp Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Please omit flowers. MORAN JOHN J., on Mwh 18, 1941, beloved hurband of Mary Keenan, loving father of John P., Mrs. Joseph W. Kazmark and brother of James F. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.m., from his residence, 1347 E. 36th St. Requiem mass St. Thomas Aquinas R. C. Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. MURPHY JENNIE. Tuesday, March 18. beloved wife of Edward. Funeral from home, 389 E. 32d Street, Friday. Solemn requiem mass St. Jerome's Church, 9:30 a.m. OLD On March 18, 1941. MELISSA EMILY, widow of George Young Old Sr., mother of Mrs. E. Bruce Heath of Brooklyn, Herbert K. Old, Mrs. F. L. Shively, William E. Old, George Young Old Jr. Died at the home of her son. William E. Old, in Williamston, N. C, after a lingering Illness. Interment Norfolk, Virginia. O'SHAUNESSEY MARY, on March 17, 1941, formerly of 161 North 5th Street; secretary to Whalen Bros. Furniture Co., on Grand Street and Driggs Avenue, in Brooklyn. Funeral from 187 South Oxford Street, Friday, at 9:30 a.m. Requiem mass St. Vincent I de Paul R. C. Church. PAOLTLLO ANTHONY, on March 17; husband of Mary and brother of Matthew, Nicholas, Grace, Lucille, Mrs. Peter Carlin, Mrs. John Liguorl, Funeral from his residence, 54 Morton Street, Thursday, 9:30 a.m. Requiem mass Epiphany R. C. Church. Direction George T. McHugh. PHELAN On Wednesday, March 19. 1541. FRANCES A., beloved wife of Frank W.; dear mother of Mrs, I R. Dee Midyette, Mrs. William Mergenthaler Jr., Mrs. J. F. Devine ' and Charles A. Phelan. Funeral ! from the Walter B. Cooke, Inc. Funeral Home, 1218 Flatbush Avenue, Friday, 9 a m.; thence to Our Lady of Refuge R. C. Church, where ! a solemn requiem mass will be of fered. Interment private. QUIGAN MARY E., on March 17, 1941, beloved mother of Frank J., Regina, Margaret and Marie Willis; sister of Sister M. Vlvina; at her residence, 806 Ocean Avenue. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m.; requiem mass, 10 a.m., Church of the Holy Innocents, E. 17th Street and ! Beverly Road, Interment Holy 1 Cross Cemetery- ' ROBINSON On March R. MR- GARET PRAY, at Mir" wood IIo -pltal, beloved wife of Walter B o-t Robinson and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Pray. Service.', -a ill be held at the First Prebvte:inn Church, 124 Henry Street, Thursday, March 20, 2:30 cm. Interment private. ROBINSON The School Sc' Dement Association records, with deep regret, the passing on March 18 Of MARGARET PRAY ROBIN.sON. a former president and for many years a loyal member. ELIZABETH A. ROSS. Vice President. ROBINSON The ninnl""- ol the 'Brooklyn Committee ol the nnti-li ! War Relief Society wl.-h to rni"v. , their sorrow at th- li'-?. o! iii"ir r.i-i rector and friend. Mr WM.TKIl SCOTT ROBINSON, on Tuesday, March 18. ESTHER BROMLEY. Chairman Board of Directori. Rev. George G. Wacker, 66; Led Ridgewccd Flock 40 Years Funeral services for the Rev. Viola C. Wacker. and his son. Mir-George G. Wacker, 66, pastor of vyn F. Wacker. Mr. Wacker was Trinty Reformed Church. Ridge- , secretary of the OttUie Orphans' wood, who died Monday at Beth- ; Home. Jamaica; secretary of the any Deaconess Hospital, will be j Old Folks Home in this borough, held at ( p m. tomorrow at the ; and a member of the North Cassis church, with the Rev. A. Q. Wett- of Long Island, stein officiating. Burial will be at j Mr. Wacker was born in Newark Westemville. N. Y.. on Friday. July 4. 1875, and attended the New-Mr. Wacker was pastor of Trin- ' ark public schools. He was gradu-ity Church for more than 40 years ated from the Bloomfieid. N. J., and during that time directed the Theological Seminary and served as building of the present church. He assistant pastor at the Gernun Re-was stricken several days a;o with formed Church, Manhattan, before appendicitis at the parsonage, 66-30 he became pastor of Trinity Church 60th Place, Riri;ewood, and com- in 1900. It was then located at plications set in after the opera- Union Ave. and School St. The tion. ! church was moved to its pre-ent, lo. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. '. cation in 1926. 'Fool's Paradise' Dreamers Scored at Lenten Services The Rev. Samuel M. Dorrance, ! world, difficult to keep faith in rector of St. Ann's Episcopal I God and avoid reality. Church, spoke today on "Dreams versus Reality" at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Mantaque end Clinton Sts., at the noonday community Lenten service. "Men who enjoy dreams." said Mr. Dorrance, "have a risht to that pleasure, but if they go too ar in living in a dream world they w ill encounter a shock when they meet reality. If we try to keep our dreams we may shut our eyes to facts and believe the world is what we would like it to be. This works until we meet the real thing. Today it is difficult to live in a dream SCOTT On Tuesday. March 18, 1011 PHTTTP R Str-flTT nf 7029 Ridge Crest Terrace. Brooklyn, be- fPlc to rlse 0 h!"h;r tmn?s loved husband of Alice Scott and I ,Rut1 Jressel gave an organ re-father of Alice Roe, John W. and ! cital icllowins the service The Walter G. Scott, and brother of ! preacher tomorrow will be the Rev. Rolland B. Scott. Services at the i Wayland Zwayer. pastor of Em-Fairchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, j manitel Baptist Church. on Friday at 8 p.m. SMALL On March 18, 1941, AGNES D., beloved mother of Mrs. John Paradis and Franklin H. Small. Funeral from the Fairchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, Friday at 9:30 a.m. Requiem mass, Holy Rosary R. C. Church, 10 a.m, SMYTHE On March 18. 1941, MARJORIE, of 372 91st Street, beloved wife of Frederick and devoted sister of Mrs. Harry Medcalf, Mrs. Peter Pedersen, Ethel Bunnell and William H. Bunnell. Services at Fred Herbst Sons Memorial, 7501 5th Avenue, Thursday, 8:30 p.m. Interment Green-Wood Cemetery. SONSIRE On Tuesday. March 18, 1941, PETER, beloved husband of Lucia M. and devoted father of Viola and Gene Sonsire. Funeral from the Fairchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, on Friday at 9:30 a.m.; thence to St. Charles Borromeo R. C. Church, where a requiem mass will be offered at 10 a.m. Interment St. John's Cemetery. STARR Suddenly, on Sunday, March 16, MARIE LOUISE STARR, beloved mother of Elaine Carring-ton and Frank De Wolfe. Services at her late residence, 89 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., at noon Wednesday, March 19. Please omit flowers. SULLIVAN March 19, MARY A. (nee McNamarai, beloved wife of John; mother of Mrs. John D. Faust, Mrs. Frederick C. York, Mrs. Carl W. Bnrtz, Mrs. Gerald J. Gleason, James J. and John T.; sister of Mrs Nora Skelly and Mrs. Patrick O'Meara. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 ( in, from her residence, 900 Union Street. Requiem mass St. Francis Xavier Church. TALLMAN March 17. 1941. EDGAR B.. beloved husband ot H"len and father of Edgar M. and Mrs. Harry Wil on; brother of Mrs. Era Myer, John M. and Stephen B. ' Tallman. Services at the Harry T. j Pyle Mortuary. 1925 Church Avenue, I Wednesday at 8 p.m. WILCOX On Monday, March 17, I 1941, ELSIE RAWLINGS WILCOX of 38 St. Paul's Place, beloved wife of Clarence Wilcox and mother of ; William Rawlings Wilcox; sister of Mrs. John D. East. Friends may ! call at the Fairchild Chapel, 86 LefferU Place, until Thursday i morning. 9 o'clock. Service at St. ; Paul's Epi.-x-opal Church, St. Paul's Place and Church Avenue, on Thursday. 11 a.m. Jn epemoriam BERKERY Loving memory of the Rev. PETER M. BERKERY; departed March 19. 193ft. Mr. and Mrs. JOSEPH MAGU1RE. MATHERS In loving memory of r mother, BRIDGET MATHERS, Masses offered. THE PKPTHS OP SORROW WK CANNOT I ELL, nr Tur loss of os wi loved so WELL, USD WHILE SHE BLEEPS A PEACEFUL SLEEP HER MEMORY WK SHALL ALWAY8 KEEP. SON AND DAUGHTERS. BALZARINI Third anniversary i-iuh ma.s.s for our dear LOUIS, on March 20, St, Charles Borromeo Church, R o'clrx'k. MOTHER and SISTERS, Kit -COYNE In Ioviiib tnetnorv of LOLA DUANE KILCOYNE, died March 20, l!Uf. First giiniveiary mass Thtirsdflv, March 2(1, 8 o'clock, r the engine company of the fue (if -SI. iRnatltis Church, Rogeia Avenue partment and w,-is a firmer mcir.-and Carroll Street. i ber of the roi'-'c ? nd Modern HUSBAND and SISTERS. I Woodmen of America. . "Or we can face reality to try to discover a reason for .'oy. We on .ice the worst and s.il! b.ice in God's love and gcodr.-s. C.;r L-rd did not shut His eves n m'v fa.-ts. He took the full force of a. tuality. He tells us that God is go:d and w. ,""r" . , " ' , " T " our eyes wide to vho.e reality. To shut our eyes to reality is to live .w .u . SL'l iuc ubo, iL, w . - ' sunace may seem exceucni, a nine below may seem less excellent, but I the real foundation may be good. The Christian church on the outside seems excellent. Beneath we find weakness in the ministers, in the people, perhaps in the faith they profess, but below this we find patience, courage, persistence ar.d loyalty ta help the church and H. Philip 5. Scot), Transit Inspector Served Many Years With B.M.T. and B.R.T. j Philip S. Scott of 7029 Ririse Crest 1 Terrace, general inspector for the , Board of Transportation and for- merly for many years with the I Brooklyn Manhattan Transit Com- ' i pany and its predecessor, the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company, ; died last night at his home after i an illness of three months. He ! was 63. j Mr. Scott also was prominent in 1 Masonic affairs for many years. He started his career at the age of 10 as a tow boy on the old horse cars here and later was master mechanic for 25 years, He became general inspector in 1926. He was honored by a number of friends witn a testimonial luncneon in iao in celebration of his 50 years of service with the traction company. Fraternal Affiliations Mr. Scott was a life member of Crystal Wave Lodge, 638, r. and A. M.; Morton Commanriery 4, K. T.; Kismet Temple. A. A. O. N. M. S.. and Standard Chapter 252. R. A. M .and was past regent of DeWitt Clinton Council 419, R. A.; past patron of Kedron Chapter 224. O. E. S.; past assistant grand lecturer of the Order of the Eastern Star, and past royal patron of Brooklyn Council 4, O. of A. He is survived by his widow. Alice P. Scott; a daughter, Mrs. Stanley Roe; two sons, John W. and Walter G. Scott; a brother, Rolland Ber-trand Scott, and eight grandchildren. Services will be held at the Fair-child Chapel, 86 Lefferts Piace, at 8 p.m. Friday. August Schoenfeld, Ex-Village Trustee Formerly Also Held Post Of Brookhaven Assessor Special to the Brooklyn F.agle Patchogue, March 19 August D. Schoenfeld, 72, former village trustee and Brookhaven town assessor, died jesterday in the South Shore Convalescent Home follow-in? an Illness of six months. Funeral services will be held a! 2 pm. Friday from the peiti; K'.mera: Home, the Rev. Carl O. Ocintnnt ct the Lutheran Church oImcimis. Burial i wm be in Cedar Grove Cemetery. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Anna L. Echoenfeltl; two soils Village Trustee Herman J. Schoenleld and Police Jodce Auntie'. D Schoenfeld; a daughter, Mr. A'.vina Lyman, and a brother, Ooorijc O. Schoenfeld of Great. Neck. Mr. Schoenfeld wn.s born in Manhattan, where lie w.is eimaufd in the bakery btisine.ss umil 1B37. when iSo lem-vt'Ai-4 hft-n nilf! imiIV'-'I l'f' t'lP , U"" ' " " . ;,.U hIn- ,J, "" "" " ; retired from business in 1011. H.' wa.s a lifelon;: Pe-nociat. h'::..: elected on that ticket ti -u-n wu! village offices. He v:is a ihjr'rr member of tl;e Pat.-hoittte E'.'k. ant served as tre.iMirer of Hie sr -.1:1 for 13 je;u.o. He w.is a n.emn'i n: BROOKLYN EAGLE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19. 1941 5 i r.t - RITES TONIGHT Funeral services will be held ot 5 o'clock tonight ct the Fair-child Chcpel, 56 Lefieris ni i - - a li . n r 7 C f .V 4. V FX 1 t Y1U riccc, iot m. nenry crown o. Mr. NeweU's Babylonian and A.,-7810 Ridge Boulevard, presi- svnan clay cuneiform tablets and 'nPnr nf thP f.rm I KT nf tho firm r I k" d r r- 1 , , Brown & Co, and well known jn borQugh frQternQ, circleS( who H,pH MnnHdv nfter n hr1Pf! ; ' ! inness. James H. Mills Services Today Special io the Brooklyn Eagle Pa'.choguc, March 19 Funeral services were to be held today for ; James Henry Mills, 90, who died Monday in his home, 252 E. Main ! St. The Rev. A. H. Cooke of the : erty was listed for purposes of pro-Congregational Church was to of-1 bRte "more than $20 000." The ficiate. Burial will be- in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Surviving are his widow, Mrs. i Sarah Ann HawKins Mills; a son, Henry D. Mills, and a daughter, Mrs. Marie Jamleson. On Jan. 28 Mr. and Mrs. Mills observed their 55th wedding anniversary In the house they have occupied since , . their marriage. Mr MiUs . ,n Bcl1port, the son of the late George p. Mills and Mrs. Sarah Ann Hallock Mills, on the MilU lam' nere the Bell- port Country Club now stands. At (he a?e of 20 he became g ffrk jn the Mills & Hammodn store in the Mills Building, Ocean Ave. and Main St. In 1882 he and Daniel Chichester bought out the Jesse Mills Interest in the business and the name was changed to Hammond, Mills Sc. Co. He remained with the firm until 1916, when he retired. He was a director of the Patchogtie Bank be- I fore it was consolidated with the j citizens Trust Company. Walter Cook i iNcoapuiAUD DIGNIFIED AsLowQ Ef FUNERALS At OUR FUNERAL HOMES MOXLVN 151 Undm mlmar-8Uclinihntor 4-1200 SO Seventh annua MAin 2-S5SS 121S FlitDush Aa.-BUckmmstcr 2-0266-7 OUfINt 150-10 HiltiM Rvanw-Mmaica (-6670 63-32 Forest Avenue HEgeman 3-0000 158-14 North. Blvd.-INdependenca 3-6600 STATIN ISLAND 98 Beach St, Stapleton-UbralUr 7-6100 MANHATTAN 117 Wail 72ml Street-TRafalcar 7 9700 1451 flnt AraiiM-imiaaljndar 4-5800 eaoNX 1 West 190ih Straat-aHyinmid 9-1900 165 E. Tremont Ave.-LIMIOK 7 2700 347 Willis Avwius-MOtt Haven 94272 WISTCHCSTE 714 Mamaroneck Avenue White Plains 39 Wioatfor Ktpn ttMMrt r Wrilt lor llluttraltd Bookel "D"Ho Obijotien 1 Spacious, Modern Chapel for Your Comfort GEORGE D. CONANT 1120 Flatbush Av., B'klyn Tel. BUckminster 2-0247 PAWNBROKERS SALES ESTATE OF EUC.ENK ROSEN-BAUM'S AUCTIONEERS. J. Kelly. .1. Feldhuhn. I. Kirschner, J. dchwalb. sell at 70 Rowery, at 9 a.m. March 20-Bv older of K.'t. J. J. Fiu-I 1473 Rroartwav. diamond, "o- ' verware, .iew liy and nd-ii;ind , wall li-". pi- lined fr-m 7.MV ..f m. i l. I Mil, to aTtsW of Dec. 1. :9; fi..m ; HiKl of Sent. 1. r.l.'W. to ;:.M of im. i H, V'M. and all pledge held o-'i. I M. II. Koski. Inc.. I'M Fulton St.. I ; ..oioc, eloilhm;. finl.. o v e t c o a ' 1 Pledged from miM B of Dec, 1, i:i.i, 1 lo Joo;i2 C of J.in. 31, 19IO. and .-ol pcdL. held ovei , ln!il;i-K- nS'i ,M ,.. h -1 - rty i,t'." of K- -1 ... Kieinbai::. I lit ., 4;i; lit and St wo:. u i- ...-.Liiirf. (.. -, oi . d. d li co I.-IL'1 of M e' . .'h 3' j 33,, I "f f-i, .'4. It'll' nihil l it' -'i .1 ?l, By older of F.sl J ,1. ; ; Hi oailway od'N iiiiil nd '. h;cd Irolll H21'l ol Alt IK. c;a1K of lie,-. .11, 1 '--" and nil held over. llilil'.l t- "Su M.-ii' Il Fi o I. II Oc . 'e 0 "I ., p,edt.. JACi'B SHONCI T INC .to. Phonnut-C.eo. Slionitut. Auctione. ri SKI. I. AT v2 Hi AVERY. N. Y., 9 M. !-ii'h 20. Clo'hms for llnv BoIkc I.-ian uifi.v. oillT tit il Ave- Irutn S of Auk, 1. 1929. to 9,-o2 of .Inn 111. HMn. pihlH lit "Su M i' . li "', For .1. .1 S-iv. i . ";' .t in-lia' I. ill Av. . i I'Motid-' i. u'. I - , i-e, . n I h md le . oii-l- and o l 'li-O - I'(s -1 oi F- I. I , Man1 i : 19 - of 1- 1 I'llo I.K ENSI S "1- i v r, i, n f 1 11 M i n '- o 1 ' I id I'f I I'. V, al ret - e C'lll, n, f"t Hi" '-nioiiption Ji ' si S inV.-KI jr. , )tl prist, Ac , Brooklyn, N, V, mh 19 26 Science Benefits From Newell Will Yale, National Society Get Coins and Cuneiform Special trt the Brooklyn tagle Riverhead. March 19 The American Numismatic Society and Ya University are among the benefich-! nes named by the late Edward T " Newell, noted numismatist, in his will f.ied for probate yesterday With Surrocate Richard W. Hawkins Mr. NeweU's Summer home was at Halesite. He died in Manhattan on Feb. 18. The will bequeathed $25,000 to the . American Numismatic Society for ! the publication of numismatic works and $50,000 as a coin purchase fund. The testator requested that the money be used to acquire classical or Oriental coins. In addition, the society is to receive the remainder of Mr. NeweU's coin collection after his widow. Mrs. Ahdra ' M. Newell, shall have taken hfr se-:t;on. up to 1.000 ce ns. Cuneiform Tat lets to Vale Yale University was bequeathed lIlp lemaincer o: nu numismatis the remainder of ht books after the Numismatic Society has made it choice from the collec tinn. Mr. Newel! also left $5,000 to the American Schools of Oriental Re search, New Haven, Conn., to be used for publications or for pur-po.scs of excavation. Mrs. Newell was bequeathed the real estate and household furnish-' ings at Halesite and the residuary estate. She was also empowered to make her selection of her late husband's coins, engraved stones, furniture and other antiquities, now in the building of the Numismatic Society, the only limitation on her selection being that she is not to take more than 1.000 coins. The value of the personal prop- value of the realty was not revealed. Several minor bequests were made I to relatives and. a former employe. RUCTION SOLES TAKE NOTICE THAT JERE J. RE1D. atii'tionrpr. Will Sfll at public auciiun. March 26th. 1941. 1.30 p.m.. Packard Service Station. 1050 Atlantic Ave, Brnoklvn. N. Y Packard Tiur-inu S'dan. Motor No. 30-'SiS, Whir-It Nr.. 1192-47S2; one Packard Touring Sdan. Motor Nu. C513H. Vehicle No. 13S34334L C. H. ADELMAN. AUCTIONEER. ."lls March 27, 1941, at 12 00 noon, at 1775 Dean St.. Brooklyn. Ford Truck, Motor No. EB. 1S-2691257. account of Elsie Passnro. mh!2-2t W C. H. ADELMAN, AUCTIONEER. el!a March 27, 1941, at 9:00 a.m.. at 3902 14th Ave. Brooklyn. Plymouth Coupe. Motor No. P2-.'i."o2:tl, Fred Lo-tito, iladifon Personal Loan. Inc. mhl2-2tv7 r. H ADELMl.V. Al'CTioNEERT .ila March 27. 1941. at 9 30 a.m.. at 31,". St. Mark's Ave. Brooklyn. Pontiac Coupe. Lincoln Zcphvr Sedan. Motors No.. 907,'ilS. H-7991. arc. units of Joseph Healey, HarrieUe Baldwin. mhl2-2t W C. H. ADELMAN, At'CTIoNEER. 5'lls March 27. 1911. at in 30 a.m.. at fi22 Atlantic Aw, Brooklyn. Chevrolet Coach. Chevrolel Sedan, Motor No.. M97nn. 3221971. accounts of Gpotm Lesli". Green, John McCarthy. mhi;-5t W Th. ADELMAN, AUCTIONEER. sells April 3, 1911, at 11:30 a m., at 749 Pack Ave,. Brooklyn. Ford Coach. Fold Truck. Motor No. A-3l999ii2, AA92.11.13. accounts of Morris Cohen. Alt"n P. Vurphy. mM9-2l W C. HADELMAN. AUCTIONEER, sells April 3. 1941. at 10 .00 a.m.. at 7120 IS! Is Ave.. Brooklyn. Plymouth S"i.in. Motor No PA-60317. account, of Morns MoiKenstern. nilil9-2t W C . H . ADELMAN ACCT 1 1 J N E EP, ."'lis April 3. 1941. at 9 00 a.m.. at 1002 Quentin Road. Brooklyn. Chevrolet Coupe. Motor No. 37S133"), aecuunt of Hsirv Levenson. mhlfl-2t W C. H. AI'EI.MAN. AUCTIONEER. selU April a. 1941. at 12:00 noon, at 17s.'i East New York Ave., R'ooklyn, Ford Sedan. Molor No, 1S-179S223. ac count of Chailes E. Wilson, .Merrick Milh r Co. mlil9-2t W C. II. ADELMAN. AUCTIONEER, sells April 3. 1941. at 12 45 p ni.. at 323 Moffat St., Brooklyn, Packard Coupe, Motor No. X202oS. account of Leroy H. Raiiscn and Globe Personal Loan Co.. Inc. mliM-St W C. H. ADEI.MAN. ACCTI"NEER. sells April 3. 1941. at 1 .on p.m.. at 2'S Cooper St., Brooklyn. Pierca Arrow Sedan, Motor No. 21'H."4. account o? Joseph Natty. mhl9-2t W c7h a deTmTnT-ccti i n e e r, din April 3. 1941, at 9 3o a.m.. al 131 K3rii Si.. Brooklyn, Brorkwav Truck, Motor No 24RMS. account of Harry FIoen.tro, k, Madison Personal Loan In'.; Metropolitan Trading Co. nih!9-2' W C. ll. ADEiImaN, AUCTIONEER, file March 20, 1941, at 11 00 a.m.. at Ml Ea! New York Ave., Brooklyn, all 'lie iiHht, title and interext of Jo.eph Meltz.-r and Ahe Waltowuk in and lo all butcher fixturea. appurtenances, . I r 1 1 . I . . etc.. an listed in morttraire C. H AD K LM AN. AUCTION EE R, seilH M-irch 20, 19-11, at 10.15 a.m.. at K.'i DeKalti Ave., Brooklyn, Chevrolet Sedan. Motor No. .i.,14344, retaken from Albert P.. Clap.addle; SCH NZEIT. AUCTIONEER, fell, pnl 4. 1941. 9.1.1 a.m.. 51 63rd St . Rrooklwi. Ford Conch, Ford Coach. M-.toe No. 390VII. 42O1S30 account! Dan.el EnriKhl. Edward Keigen H. i. SCHON7.EIT. AUCTIONEER, s- Ii April 4. 1911. 9 4.i a.m . 309 2nd St., Biooklvn Cadillac Sedan. Motor No lou2-l!'9, a- count E. A. B rde. II (I. SCHt'NZEIT. AUCTIONEER. ,pi il 4 1941, 11 30 a.m., 149 keiluHker A. Brooklyn. Chv-Coach. Molor No 3411.12. account l! il e Cll , a I aioanl . II i; SCHi'NZEIT AUCTIONEER. ' il pril 4. 1941. 3 mi p pi , ,WI Jays' . Brooklyn. Oakland S-dan, Motor No. V'412'l. accouiii Joe Roia.L II. il St ' 1 1 1 i.N 7. V. I T." " A I - CTI IN E ER'.' in Match 2S. 1941. 10 00 a.m.. 1$M l-'oion S' , Bcioklyn. Chevrolet, Sedan. M .lor No. 3ftlk.-i.il, account Foster W,nihl.h. H. i; SCHoNZKIT, AUCTIONEER, j.'lli Mac h 2 1911. 10 30 a m.. lt4 S Sih St., Biooklvn, Ford Sedan. Motor No. It-l.'i219nl, acruunt David Wolfinaii, LEGAL NOTICES ASSMNKE NOTICE. StTKKMK Col KT. KIN'tS COVNTT In 'lie Matter of the Cetieial Av .-iniiient for the Benefit of Cted'tora .1 . ' Ct 'I.IiKKKil. douiff hum-n. in ACVK B Mi Sltol-I'E. aixoBnor, M l.i ir W r.t'SII. aeiitnw-Cm in n- i" ii n order of lion MEIER iTF! IV: INK one of the .lU"ll."!i of . V . .ill I" '! V ' .-. ' w Vol k Sol" - IP. I "Oft "f 1 1" .slate or y..- k. tl"t i' i" lei iv MV'-n to ..t,-i hionifci i Ihiiii." iu-i'iikt YET-I ' -i.FCil o doiiiir liii-i-' "K n vc, sili'tTK at 4i?l ll'-i 'o A -til" Hi "-K1 n, Ni w lo ple-l'tll I'"- i,'l MC, Willi 0, ! 'I', celo' iil et- fied. In O!'.. o ,1.-1 H' "O- olllCi of hi fll. j, ..;.-t' t. MONROE rS ,o i the Mad" i-l t' i ciioc N' n i "' k I ' I v, oB ?. d i f April 194F LOW IS BUSH. AmniiM.

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