The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on July 18, 1935 · Page 15
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Brooklyn, New York
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Thursday, July 18, 1935
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BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JULY 1. 1933 5 Allen, Rita M. Mannie. Antol- Blades, Isabella M. Rupf , Mageelena Bucklin, Wm. J. Saam, Marjorie N. Coll, Lucy Schlmpf , Sophie E Daniel, Minnie M. Taylor, Mary P. Da Mott, CatherlneThnnscn, Sophie Furman, William Wilson. Mary E. Growney, Mary E. Wilson, Seth Low Hoag, Leila R. Young, Eston A. Howard, Gerald J. Zettler, Josephine McGivncy, William M., beloved wile of David Allen, devoted mother ol Mrs. Helen E. Gro-tiau and David E. Funeral services Walter B. Cooke's Funeral Home, 150-10 Hillside Ave., Jamaica, L. I Saturday, 2:00 p.m. Interment Cypress Hills Cemetery. BALDWIN On Wednesday Julv 17, 11)35, GERTRUDE H. BALDWIN ?! 29S Washington Ave., Brooklyn, Kife of the late Lindsley P. Baldwin. Services at the Pairchild Chapel. 86 Lefferti Plane Friday. 11:30 a.m. funeral private. BLADES On Julv 17 1935. ISA BELLA M. BLADES, beloved wife of j William C. Blades, daughter of the late John and Elizabeth McCabe. Services, private, at the residence. I uj Bergen St. BUCKLIN WILLIAM J., suddenly, at his residence, 1879 Troy ivs., on Tuesday, July 16, 1935, beloved husband of Margaret A. and loving lather of William G. Bucklin, Helen L. Rigoulot and Mary McVey and brother of George W. Bucklin. P'sivral Friday, 2 p m. Interment Evergreens Cemetery COLL On Julv 16. 1935, LUCY VAN ANTWERP, beloved wife of Maurice F, Coll. Funeral from Walter B. Cooke's Funeral Home. Linden Boulevard, Friday 2 i. Interment at Cypress Hills t;emttery. DANIEIt Ou Wednesday. July 17. 1935. MINNIE MOELLER. beloved wife of Dr. William W. Daniel. Serv ices at her residence, 459 Washington Ave. on Friday, at 2:30 p.m. Interment private. DE MOTT On July 17. at Bright-waters, N. Y. CATHERINE F wife nf the late William E. De Mott. Funeral services at White's Funeral Home,-4 8mith Ave., Bay Shore, on Friday, July 19, at 2:30 p.m. FURMAN On Julv 17. 1935. WIL LIAM, beloved husband of Lizzie Furman, Funeral services at his home, 24 Linden St., on Friday, July Intermerr. Satur day, 2:30 p.m., Lutheran Cemetery. Members of united arotners, wo. jao, F. & A. M and the Brooklyn Orten-tiorfer Club invited. GROWNEY MARY E.. on July 16, 1935, at her residence, 408 Bergen St., daugnter oi tne laie Michael and Margaret Growney, r of the late unaries ana reier. Remains renostnz at George P. Daily's Chapel, 460 State St. Re quiem mass on maay w:au ajn. a 8t. Augustine's Church, 6th Avi and Sterling Place. HOAG On Wednesday. July 17. 1935, at her residence, 17U New y one Ave.. LEILA R. HOAG. beloved sis ter of Ethel Miller, Edna, Maurice and Merrill Hoag. Services at tne Pairchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, 8 Friday at 1 p.m. HOWARD On Wednesday. July 17. 1935. GERALD J., beloved husband of Elizabeth M. Howard. Services at the Fairchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, on Saturday, 10:00 a.m. Interment private. McGTVNEY Suddenly, July 17, 1935. WILLIAM, sou of the late Thomas and Mary Jane McGivney; beloved brother of John McGivney and Jennie Curtin. Reposing at Funeral Home. 187 S. Oxford St. Funeral Friday. 9:30 a m. Requiem mass at St. Joseph's Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. MANNIE On Wednesday. July 17. 1935, ANTOINETTE BALLOTT, wife of the late George A. Mannie and beloved mother of Harriet M. Buhler of Brooklyn, Marie Gordon of Garden City and the late G. Allen Mannie. Service at the Fairchild Chapel. 8931 164th St.. Jamaica, L I . Saturday. July 20, at 2:30 p.m. RUPF Suddenly, on Julv 17, 935, MAGEELENA. wife of Ulrich Hupf. Funeral services at her residence. 95 Monell Ave.. Isllp. L. I., Friday 8 p.m. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. Brooklyn. Satur- SAAM At Ridgewood. N. J July 17. 1935, MARJORIE N., beloved daughter of Henry L. and Harriet Raam. Services Friday, 8 pjn., at the residence, 324 Lin wood Ave, Ridgewood. N. J. Interment Evergreens Cemetery, Brooklyn, Saturday, 11 o'clock. SCHIMPF On July 18, 1835, SOPHIE E. SCHIMPF, mother of Minnie. Mrs. Louise Lynrh and John H. Schimpf. Funeral services : I it residence, 88 Windsor Place, Saturday at 2 p.m. Interment pir. TAYLOR On July 17, 1935, MARY F., at her residence, 63 Prospect Park Southwest, wife of Wallace L, mother of Grace, Francis, Mary, Adelaide, George and Wallace Jr. Taylor. Reposing at the M. J. Smith Memorial, 248 Prospect Park West. Funeral Saturday, 9 am; thence to R. C. Church of Holy Name where mass will be offered. Interment Calvary Cemetery. 17. 11)35. SOPH1K W THONSKN. I l..Vi 1 inroln I'luee, beloved r nf Mina. Alma. Charles Thonscn 1 , mid Mrs Sophie Vermilye Services pi me FHlrrhlld Chapel. B6 leiieru flare. Thursday at 8 p.m COMPLIMENTS HI for llic refined dignity and jGo. w Pease- F! NERAL PARLORS ittrenH .. ii Hancock St. VTVrHne 1.7 TOO George W. Russell, Famous as AE, Dies In England at 68 Irish Journalist, Poet and Painter Recently Visited United States Bournemouth, England, July 18 (P) The world of letters mourned today the passing of George William Russell AE Irish Journalist, poet and painter. Already ill on his return from a trip to the United States a few months ago, Russell suffered a setback during the Summer's first heat He 8 ye s old. Saturday in Dublin. The British press published many tributes to Russell today, pointing out that he was both a poet and an economist a dreamer and a practical business man.. Newspapers recalled that he hit on his pen name, AE, accidentally. I He used the signature "Aeon" in one of his earliest works. When the printer could decipher rnly the first two letters, Russell decided to adopt known pseudonym in Had Active Career Although known primarily poet. Russell had a hand ii: liu. painted a great deal and worked energetically as a business man. organizer and editor. Despite his own activity, he was a strong advocate of a philosophy of idleness. He once described Longfellow's line, "Let us then be up and doing." in the American poet's Psalm of Life." as "one of the most terribles lines in all poetry." AE was In his late twenties when he published his first book of poems. "Homeward: Songs By the Way," In 1894. His spiritual mysticism found an immediate place among poetry lovers. His last book. "House of the Titans, and Other Poems," appeared in 1934. Mrs. M. M. Daniel Mrs. Minnie Moeller Daniel, wife of Dr. William E. Daniel, dental surgeon, died today at her home, 459 wasnington Ave., alter a long illness. She was born in Minnesota and lived in Brooklyn more than 40 years. She was a member for many years of the Episcopal Church of incarnation and active In the en's organization, and contln-her membership in the merged Church of the Messiah and Incar nation. She is survived by her husband. Funeral services will be held on Friday afternoon at her home, with interment in Greenwood Cemetery. Dcatijs WILSON On Monday. July 15, 1935, MARY E beloved sister of R. Amelia, Ella M and Ulysses G. Wilson and aunt of Alice H. Thiel and Margaret T. Perry. Funeral services at her home. 139 Macon St., on Thursday, July 18. at 8 p.m. In-ttrment Green-Wood Cemetery. WILSON On July 16. SETH LOW WILSON, beloved husband of Eleanor, father of Howard L., William B., Seth Low Jr.. Janice E. and Murian E. Wilson, son of Elizabeth and the late George W. "ilson and brother of Ralph, of Rochester, N. Y. Services at his residence, 456 E. 28th St., Thursday, 8 p.m. YOUNG On Tuesdav, Julv 16, 1935, ESTON A., of 1243 E. 28th St.. beloved husband of Dorothea M.. falher of Marv Wilson and Dorothea Jane Young. Services at the Fair- X.-.-M Chap" . 86 I efleri.v P.u on Thursday, at 8:30 p.m. Interment Bloomsbury Cemetery, Bloomsbury, N. J. ZETTLER On Thursday. JOSEPHINE ZETTLER, at her home, 62 Covert St. Survived by daughter, fiazei; two nieces, Mrs. M. tieming and Mrs. J. Reed. Funeral from her home, Saturday, at 9:30 a.m.; thence to the R. C. Church of the Fourteen Holy Martyrs, Covert St. and Central Ave., where a solemn requiem mass will be offered. Interment St John's Cemetery. 3n 09emoriam in loving memory tt our dear father, JOHN G. HKi'M'l who passed away July 18, 1934. A loving thought, a silent tear, A beautiful memory, ever dear, DAUGHTERS and SONS. MACKIE Birthday remembrance of my devoted husband, ISAAC, and loving daughter-in-law, Isabella. ELSIE MACKIE. NOSTRAND In loving memory my beloved brother. FRANK NOSTRAND, who departed this life July 18, 1918. Gone but not forgotten. Sister, GEORGIAN A. PROPOSALS M AIN TEN N F. ' JJl'ILHTN. 1 " I' A Mi I'lA : HAL PARKWAY l.ONO ISLAND. N. Y. NOTICE T( ctfo'n'work ft MOURNED George W. Rusarll E. W. Fitzpatriok, Queens Builder, Dies in Bayville Former Underslierif f Long Wa Active in Democratic Politics Edward W. Fitzpa trick 55. Queens builder and contractor who was credited with having built more miles of sewers in Queens than any other individual contractor, died suddenly last nighi in his Summer home in Bayville. Mr. Fltzpatrlck recently had been engaged In road construction under State contracts, In New York and Pennsylvania. He was born in Long Island City, was active in Democratic politics for 35 years and 25 years ago was underaherifl of Queens County. Surviving him are his wife. Mrs. Minnie Fitzpatriok, and a daughter, Mrs. Ethel Lee. The Fitpatrick city-home is ai 34-07 32d St., Astoria. Queens. The funeral will be held from the Quinn Funeral Home at 36-10 Broadway. Astoria. Saturday morning, with solemn requiem mass at 10 a.m. at St. Patrick's Church. Long Island City. Burial will be in St. John s Cemetery. Jacob Lei hold Special to The Eagle Valley Stream, July 18 Jacob Leibold, 75, of Liberty Boulevard here, died Monday night at his home after a brief illness. He was born in Sw;t7.erland and lived m Germanv for several years He was formerly employed by the Long Island Railroad and retired five years ago. For 25 years he lived at 158 Jerome St . Brooklyn Surviving are his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Mueller and Mrs. Agnes Sutters. and a son, Charles Leibold ol Queens Village. Requiem mass will be offered Friday morning at SI. Michael's R. C. fat., and interment i ill b ery. Events Tonight ASSIGNEE NOTICES Franeis Maclennan Dies; Noted Tenor Sang Before Kings Retired to Port Washington Four Years Ago Had Brilliant Career Francis Maclennan, noted operatic tenor, died suddenly of a heart attack yesterday afternoon at his home In Port Washington. He was 56. Mr. Maclenn years was one singers on tw ; known continents. loyal honors on two occasion-. being decorated by both King Edward VII of Great Britain and Kaiser Wil-helm II of Oermany. One of the major achievements of role of Pinkerton in English in "Madame Butterfly" in this country and he was the first to sing It In an English production in England. Was Choir Singer A native of Bay City, Mich., he launched his career there as a choir singer, later coming to this city to sing In churches and study voice after quickly deciding against a training undl He married Florence F.aston. world famous soprano of the Metropolitan Opera Company. In 1904 and for ed in 1928 and Mine, d a divorce the next : Began in London Garden Opera London, for i with the Henry W. Savage Grand Opera Company. He went back to Europe In 1906 to sing with the Royal Opera Company In Berlin, remaining there until 1912 when he went to the Hamburg Stadt Theater. While In Germany he participated in the Wagner and Strauss festivals At the advtnt8of the World War he returned to this country and was a Wagnerian tenor with the Chicago Opera Company from 1915 to 1917. He joined Mme. Easton in a concert tour of the country in 1918 and the next year Joined the Scotti Grand Opera Company. He closed his active career in 1931 and since then had maintained studios In Port Washington and this city. Surviving are his wife. Marie private, will be held In the Knowles Funeral Home at Port Washington tomorrow. THE WEATHER FORECAST NEW YORK CITY AND VICINITY Fair and continued warm tonight and tomorrow; moderate FORECLOSURES Dr. Daniel Salamanca La Paz, Bolivia, July 18 ,VP Dr Daniel Salamanca. 66, President of Bolivia during most oi the Chaco war with Puiagmiv, died from a heart attack last ir.ght at his plantation in Cochnbainba. Dr. Salamanca became leaders In 1030 after a ten-year re t.renn i.l i--lii :r He n signei Nov. 28, 1934, opposition to his ad-mlnlftratlon having developed after several Bolivian defeats, Louis Goldberg Louis Goldberg, 62, died on Tuesday at his home, 510 Bedford Ave. He was an active member of the Sudilker Sick Support Society, Lam-berger Home tor the Aged, Talmud Torah o! WilliamabUrgh, Hebrew School ot Williamsburg, Congregation Tefthatereth ot Israel, Hebrew Orphan Asylum and the Hada.ssah Society. He i- survived bv his wile. Mrs. Esther Goldberg: three sons. Max, Abraham and Bernard Goldberg, and three daughters Mrs Goldie (inn, Mis Florence Wasser-berg and Mrs. Lillian Watner. Burial tooK place m sit. smai Maspeth. T v Hlliiiiooi;, Mrs. A. Mannie AIR-CONDITIONING NOW Rain or shine, hot or cold, youH always be comfortable on the roller -bearing OLYMPIAN electrified over four mountain ranges. 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