The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on June 28, 1935 · Page 7
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BROOKLYN DA1L1 EAGLE, NEW 1 UKK, b UluA , Juivi . Bishop Molloy Shifts Priests Actress-Princess Arrives vroiti OPEN SATURDAY MGHT IWTII 9s 30 n. a page full of Here is Sears way or wishing you a happy July Uh values in timely men-handim-.' Cheek the items hIhm a sizzling special . . . ewrv one designed to enhance your enjoyment! . . . Make Sear, your First Resort for a Jolly Holiday. Cash in And Educators -ming. Then . . . HAPPY FOURTH ! V Pastors and 4 Pro fessors to Diocesan Colleges Appointed these rraekeri HEBE Bishop Thomas E. Molloy nounced today the appointment of nine pastors, four professors to di ocesan colleges, seven chaplains, the transfer of 4 assistant priests and tne assignment of the 37 recently dained priests. The Rev. Joseph A. Schrelner, who lias been In charge of the Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Long Island City, for the past year, has been appointed pastor of the Church of the Assumption, on Cranberry St., succeeding the late Joseph A. Carroll. The Very Rev. Mons. Emil F. 8trenskl, who has bec.i pastor of the Church of SS. Cyril and Methodius here since 1917, has been assigned as administrator of the Church of St. John the Baptist, Wading River, Appointed Pastor The Rev. William J. Dunn, for a number of years on the faculty of Cathedral College, Atlantic Ave., has been appointed pastor of the Church of Our Lady of Grace, Fishers Island, L. I. The Rev. Daniel J. Halloran has been administrator of the church for the past three years. The Rev. Alphonse M. Rickert, for the past two years administrator of the Church of Our Lady of Mercy in Forest Hills, has been assigned as administrator of the Church of the Epiphany, Brooklyn. The Rev. David J. Lynch, 8. T. L., of the faculty of Cathedral College, has been appointed pastor of the Malverne. L. I. Before going to the college, Father Lynch was assistant priest at the Church of Our Lady of Pastor of St. Rita The Rev. Aueustine B. Doyno, has been administrator of the Church of St. Rita, Brooklyn, since 1332, nas Deen made pasior oi me church. He formerly was an as sistant priest at the Church of Our Lady of Solace, Coney island. The Rev, 8alvatore B. Caflero, B.T.D.. has been appointed admin istrator of the new mission church at Avenue X, Brooklyn, with residence at the Church of the Guardian Angel, until a new rectory has been built. At the present time he is an assistant priest at the Church ot tne sacrea Hearts oi jesus ana The Rev. Francis B. Barilla, who has been an assistant priest at the Church of 88. Bimon and Jude since 1928, has been named administrator of the new mission church at 12th Ave. and 82d St. The Rev. Joseph A. Aleksunas, who in 1932 was assigned to the Church of St. Mary of the Angels, South 4th and Roebling Sts., as assistant priest, has been made administrator of the church. Named as Professors Bishop Molloy has appointed the loliowing priests as proiessors in diocesan colleges: The Rev. Reginald McKernan to St. Francis College, Butler St., Brooklyn; the Rev. Thomas J. Connerty, D. D., to St. Francis College; the Rev. John J. Fee and the Rev. Charles R. Mul-rooney to Cathedral College. The following chaplains have been appointed; the Rev. A. M. Mllukas to St. Francis Home, Roslyn; the Rev. Joseph T. Ansbro, to St. Mary Immaculate Hospital, Jamaica; the Rev. James J. Mooney, to Camp Catholic Daughters of America, Mattituck, L. I.; the Rev. William P. Cullen to St. Catherine's Hospital. Brooklvn: the Rev. Merritt E. Yeager to the Fire Department; the Rev. George F. Drlscoll to Sacred Heart Academy, Sag Harbor, and the Rev. Joseph J. O'Connell to Camp Molloy, Mattituck. Assistants Transferred The following assistant priests have been transferred: .jk Bp skiBBi Photo II m WWf-',::-. Tl I pimds and solic ; y,v -). combinations. Get m vw. M several of thest PLAY SUITS Actually Air Cooled! 98 TROPICAL 1IITJ In Vajftu several of these expensive business suits. Navies, Grays, Tans, Browns. VK fBwBfiKrf I jl awtion1 fit 20 Shorts, Longs, Stouts, Regulars. Sizes 36 to 48. Wave Ml " LlXlT TV r SRSHKiS9S lsHsBBt High Rise Navv Trunks n LlWVX 3IOVe Lit Well perforated for summer v fiB 7tkrii H, '&MiJ comfort. Roomy lasts that "tfe-.. mBs mit? 44 (Joodyear jjj .9 5 Men's Slide Fastened 'ast ('"I01 Broadcloth! Tops for Cool Comfort! M sa sieei Bed Knjg II Shirts Men's Shorts Straw Hals aS ?5S HI SH! .smooth running mower. Its sturdy con- white, Blue or Maiie Patterns xtr h 1 lo ' J . m st ruction will stand a k'l'oai deal of abuse. , , 1 . Fi.iir U;t ' A shape and hnm T J Q Cool short sleeves, r- f ISlaetle waist width to Uk well on 1,47 . Stronjr seams. Sizes Wc lnfel every man Head I "(l-;i-kink" small, medium, large. Swiss Ribbed Shirts, 22c ea. off the sun! a - ev SB LM nmK MAIN SIJ H SAVINS jmJZll On ,, "King Philip" Cotton Mesl Wide World. Princess Natalie Paley, beautiful half sister of the Grand Duchess Marie of Russia, Is shown arriving In New York on the liner Europa yesterday. She Is going to Hollywood to play a role in "Sylvia Scarlett." Lover, 61 9 Kills Sweetheart , 42, After Quarrel at Picnic Says 2 Face Indictment in $427,000 Loot Hollywood, Cal., June 28 (P) Daniel W. Meld, 61-year-old gardener, was booked on suspicion of murder early today In the slaying of his sweetheart, Miss Frances Conklin, 42, a Hollywood stenographer. Climaxing an Investigation that-began last night with the discovery of the woman's bullet-torn body in a secluded spot near the Griffith Park bridle path, Detective Us. Roy Hurst and Kayuiese said the elderly gardener had confessed the slaying. His story, the detectives said, told of a picnic that ended in a lover's quarrel when Nield accused Miss Conklin of "not loving" him. The couple, accompanied by the woman's 84-year-old mother, Mrs. Maria Conklin, were on a picnic in the park where Miss Conklin was shot. Leaving the mother alone, the two sauntered off together. The quarrel and the shooting followed, the detectives said. The aged mother, abandoned In the park and taken to her home by a stroller, did not know of her daughter's death until early today. aries BorVomto ' Paterson, N. J., June 28 UP) Prosecutor Arthur C. Dunn will ask the Passaic County grand jury to return indictments under the State's new public enemy law against eight alleged gunmen seized Sunday in a raid on a mountain view bungalow. The men, held in bail of $100,000 each, are under heavy guard at City Jail, while New York officials seek to link them to several major crimes in the metropolitan area. Assistant District Attorney William McGuinness of Brooklyn said yesterday that he had sufficient evidence against two members of the gang, Edward Gaffney and John J. Hughes, to secure their indictment in the $487,000 Brooklyn armored car hold-up of last September. McGuinness brought five possible witnesses In the hold-up to view the suspects, but none was able :o strengthen the case with new iden-1 tificatlons. If no request is made by New York authorities for extradition of the men, Dunn said, the State will push its prosecution under the law which 1 provides a maximum of 20 years in prison, a nne or $10,000, or both, for men with criminal records who are caught carrying firearms i. Elmhurst, to St. Monti irookfy sflI&35,: SeeksAccountingof SH'C Reineking Estate Lonr'ifandA'citrTtrourr(i8of,i?ount Justice Meier Steinbrililc In Spe- CiRvCl'NapoIn"UMissana from Our Lady Clal Term of tne Queens Supreme of Mount Carmel. Brooklyn, to Our Lady Court yesterday granted the appli- l,IR.retLe'ondo'tlJ'a'vone, from St. Ro- cation of Hilda Boock 30, 205-22 Br1ooki'ynJrooklyn' t0 ur Lo"tto- 111th Ave., Hollis, for the appoint- Rev. riomenico Riccio, from our Lady ment of a receiver, pending trial of isiand'cny B0'"'1,n, 10 8l' Riu'"' Lon" the corporate propert y left by the Rev. Pasquale Spani, from Our Lady late Ferdinand Reir.uking Sr. of of Mount Carmel. Patchogue. lo Our Hollis L Re.iosephdTaS"1iromWHo1y aho.t, Mr.' Reineking, who died in the Brooklyn, to st. Fortunata, Brooklyn. Morro Castle disaster, met the Assignment of Newly Ordained woman in Germany some ten vcars The recently ordained priests as. brought her to Hollis, where have been assigned as follows: she acted as his housekeeper, and Rev. Joseph P. Abemtthy. to church or was claimed by the woman to be theBiesMdsacjament. Brooklyn. the father of a sou born to her in Rev. Edward j. Burke, to St. Rosa of Mr. Reineking was the owner of LiRev BFeUx'TChieco to Church of Sacred 3 numDer of Pie'M f property lo- Hearts of jesus and Mary, Brooklyn. cated in Queens and Nassau Coun-; mei rFarnCHm;(nJ0WleI'' ' "'' Ph"" tieS Sald t0 be WOrth $93,000 antl Riv. ' Jam". F Doneian, to St. John's, which he held in the name of the CeRevr jameshp' Don Embro Realty Corporation. After Pope, 'south ozona Park"' Clement hlfi death a wili was found in which Asm i' B Ukim Dunn' 10 St' Fr,ncls of ne left one-half of the stock of av. John jbusban, to st. Francis de tnls corporation to Miss Boock and sales. Pajchoiue the other half was placed in trust the "Blessed Sacrament' "acksonelihts0' for the benftit Of the boy, Harry. Rev. William T. Oa'nnon, to St. John A son, Frederick Reineking Jr., 205- RevDanle'' AGUro", to St Luke s 31 1Uth Av'' ' Hollls' was appointed whitestone. ' ' executor of the estate and trustee Mount carmel JBrook'yn' ' U' LadY ' of tne PrOt,erty and wls to receive Rev. John v. oiynn, to st. Antony of a five percent commission for man- P'Rev' VrnMntnj Gordon st aBmg the Pr0Pertv' In the act'on M" " ' 0 pending Miss Boock alleges mis- truavk JEdeernere Gr0"n' t0 8t- er" managem-nt of the estate and seeks ofMUiiCa'toHn? H"rU accou"tlng' SregSSr' scthu;cehrrdf Re-fleet Schanzer "lWsS To s, chhZ For His 11th Term HRevttjames p McDermott to st phiito As emblyman Albert D. Schanzer Nen. Northport.' ' .vas re-elected to his 11th term as churcn'jamatc?' Mca,r"' 10 st piu' v president of the Jewish Big Broth- Howard McMonaale to Our Lady ers and Big Sisters Association last HRev JaCmesSAMcNBamar'aynto Holy Name nU'ht at its annual meeting in the valley' stream. ' ' Brooklyn Jewish Center, 667 East- . 1 , , 1 , ' ' " t0 Cnurch ' ern Parkway. Rov. Mem r.' O'Mara, to St. Boniface, In his liiuu(;ur;il ;i(ilri:. alter his SfRfv"john F Oraveci to Church ot the mductlon by City Court Justice Xelphenr. Brooklyn. ' IjOuLs Gold.stcln, Mr. Schanzer ex- las""'' DouJiaston p,lmtr' t0 81 " Anas" plained that the association has Rev"' Dominic o. scafati. to church of cared for 500 boys and girls through- Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary, Brook- out the year, responding to the ap- Rev. Gerard J. Sheridan, to St. Francl peals of courts, schools and parents 'hv"jI feDi" wlrshreridan to i aIlfl trvln8 to maintain Its equlp- dan'i, Brooklyn. ' ment without reductions. Rf. Thomas J. Sheridan, to St. p Miss Gertrude Borokow. chairman ' V.V u"m.r"VA suiiivan to our h-iy I Of the varallon find rcuiiinilt.ee, an- rrtAifFHr'sit w"is u h l. i nounced that 50 children will be sent iJfi.mfi TOMt. 1 W ""IP thta Summer. I Oil HOYS J Wash Suits tnfj? Po, Shlrts m 6?i lm 49c r nPl Swim Trunks

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