The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on October 23, 1941 · Page 15
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) ' REV. G. c. groves dies at 74; Frederick A. Burl, SERVED BORO, L. I. CHURCHES Rnnl DmMkU, lVVIl I UUIIJIIVI The Rev. Gforge C. Droves, 74, a retired Episcopal minister, who Jied served as rector of several Brooklyn and Long Island churches, died last night at St. John's Hospital after a long Illness. Mr, Groves, who had been a minister for the jt 46 years, was rector emeritus of St. Luke's Church In Sea Cliff. He was born In Carlisle, Pa., son of George C. and Anne Brady Groves, and studied for the ministry at the Virginia Theological Seminary. After his ordination in 1895, he served at Calvary Church, Manhattan, for a few years and then became rector of St. Luke's Church where he remained for six years. After spending the following several years In Idaho, Montana and Bp State, he returned to Long Island In 1913 as rector of St. Stephen's Church, Port Washington. He subsequently became rector of Christ Church In Walton, N. Y., and In 1921 was appointed vicar of Christ Chapel In Wolcott St. He became rector of Christ Church, Clinton' St., in 1927 and served there until 1932 when he became rector of the Church of the Nativity in Mlneola. He retired In 1934. Mr. Groves also had served as Archdeacon of Brooklyn and as grand chaplain of the State Grand Lodge of Masons. He was the husband of the late Pauline Estel Groves. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. R. S, Perry, Mrs. John Stevenson and Mrs, John C. Mc-Knight, and a sister, Mrs. Susie Rogers, wife of the Rev. Dr. Robert Rogers, rector of the Church of the Good Shepherd. Services will be held at 3 p.m Saturday at St. Stephen's Church, Port Washington, with Suffragan Bishop John I. Blair Lamed officiating. He will be assisted by the Rev. William J. Woon, rector of St. Stephen's Church and ths Rev. Bernard Hemsley, rector of St. Luke's Church. Secretary of Old Firm Founded by His Father Frederick Andrew Burt of 6 Mar- Henry T. Shotwell, 79, Father C. W. McNaty, 48, ! Brooklyn eagle, Thursday, oct. 23?)94i j Of National Head of Y. W. C. A. Dai, zmL ' lc: n-h- iTZT uuim lacluiitc rive runo -ases uose All Bay Shore Schools Henry Titus Shotwell, 79, of 363 Adelphi St., a member of one of Long Island's oldest Quaker families and father of Mrs. Henry a. Ingra- ham, president of the national board tense Court, formerly for 40 years of lne young women's Christian Association, died yesterday at his home following a short Illness. Mr. Shotwell, who was born in Westbury, was a member of the Friends Meeting House in Lafayette Ave. for 50 years. His family were Quakers for many generations. 4 Richard McGann, Ex-Cily Employe Richard C. McGann of 662 Park Place, formerly for many years an employe of the Controller's office, died Tuesday at his home after a long' illness. Mr. McGann was born In Brooklyn and Is survived by four sisters, Mrs John J. Ryan, Mary E., Elizabeth and Clara, and two brothers, Joseph A. and James McGann. The funeral will be held from the William A. Martin Funeral Home, Classon Ave. and Sterling Place, at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow, with a solemn mass of requiem at St. Teresa's R. C. Church. Interment will be in St. John's Cemetery. A. H. McSkimming, Native of Scotland iTopcoat Weather Alfred Henries McSkimming. 65, of 2160 Coleman St., a rigger, for- I mnclir fr nlrt Henri urltVi tha Cunard Steamship Line, died yesterday at the Prospect Heights Hospital of pneumonia. .T-..Sif!,mi25T! '""Yf.. i Du Tomorrow An Atuuui 'Bill,, auuU'iiu, nuu uvcu in Brooklyn for 41 years. He was a member of Kilwinning Lodge, 825, F. At A. M., for the last 28 years. Surviving are his widow, Mary; four daughters, Agnes, Mary, Jean and Mrs. Robert Stephens, and two sons, Robert and- Alfred McSkimming Jr. Services will be held at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Fair-child Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, in the publishing business in Man hattan, died of a heart attack yesterday. He was 67. Mr. Burt was a member of the old publishing house of A. L. Burt, founded by his father, Albert L. Burt, who died In 1913. Frederick A. Burt bertflrrn serretnrv nf this concern after his father's death ' Farley to bet Degree and held the office until the firm Former Potmaster Gcneral James was dissolved a few years ago. His . , . , brother, Harry Prentice Burt, who A- rarley &ei to lvc New was president of the firm, died last j Yorlt bv Plane today for Davenport, March. , j Iowa, where he will receive an The Burt concern published many j honorary degree tomorrow from household books, which were popu- , Ambrose College. lar before the turn of the century, and also boys' books, including the well-known Frank Merriwell series. Mr. Burt was a lifelong resident of Brooklyn. His mother was Sarah Prentice Burt. He was married in 1899 to Lucy Klrkpatrick of Montreal. Surviving besides his widow is a brother, Edward Fuller Burt, of Shippan Point, Conn., and a niece. Elizabeth Pendleton Burt of Brooklyn. Services will be held tomorrow night in the Fairchtid Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place. Burial will be in Evergreens Cemetery. Mr. Shotwell wa the husband of the late Alice O. Shotwell. The couple celebrated their golden wed- ding anniversary In 1938. Surviving besides Mrs. Ingraham are a son, ! Wlllets H. Shotwell, secretar to , Joseph Lilly, president of the Tax I Commission, and seven grandchll- ! dren. The funeral services will be held In the Friends Meeting House in Westbury at 2 p.m., Saturday. Burial will be In the Friends Burial Ground there. Strong southwest winds this afternoon, followed by showers tonight, will serve as a prelude to topcoat weather tomorrow, Mr. Weatherman say. The temperature is expected to hit a high of 65 degrees this afternoon, drop a bit tonight, and then start plunging, although it will be clear tomorrow. C. H. Roberts Jr., Slate Legislator Pramingham, Mass., Oct. 23 (INS) State Representative Charles H. Roberts Jr., 47, a native of Brooklyn, died yesterday of a heart attack on a train while returning home from a legislative session at Boston, he was serving Lis second for the last 15 years. 'A. 0. Jennings Jr.r With Printing Firm Wen With Father's Company 15 Year Albert O. Jennings Jr. of 2021 E. 23d St., secretary of Albert O. Jen-nlngs, Inc., typographers, of 52 Duane St., Manhattan, died Tuesday following a short Illness. He was 38. Mr. Jennings was born In Brook- j, a son of Albert O. Jennings Sr., and was educated at New ' Utrecht High School and the Car- ! negie Institute of Technology. j He had been associated with his ; father in the typographical concern I Headed Broadway Office Of East River Savings ' Special to the Brooklyn Eagle Valley Stream, Oct. 23 Funeral services for Clarence W. McNary, 48, bank executive, who died Monday at his home, 20 Avondale St., here, will be held at 8 o'clock tonight at the Moore Funeral Home, 54 W. Jamaica Ave., here. Burial will be In the National Cemetery at Pine-lawn tomorrow morning. Mr. McNary was manager of the Special to the Brooklyn Eagle Bay Shore, Oct. 23 Outbreak of five recent cases of infantile paralysis in this village today prompted the closing of all schools, public and parochial, cancellation of Sunday School classes during the weekend and postponement of a scheduled football game at Pat-chogue tomorrow night. Superintendent of Schools George H. Gatje announced today that the reported In Lslip Town, of which Bay Shore is a part. Five of the cases have been In the village, the most recent victim being Robert Melton, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Melton of Sunset Road. Robert Is in Meadowbrook Hospital, East Meadow. All the cases are of recent orlgfii and at least three of the patients, all of whom are of school age, have been lsoolated in "serious" condi- Broadway office of the East River ; school closing was an emergency tion. Savings Bank in Manhattan. He i measure and was to be effective j The football game was to have had been associated with the bank 'r today and tomorrow, with fu- i been played at Patchogue between I since 1924 and became manager of ture extension of the order depend- : the Patchogue and Bay Shore High the Rockefeller Center office last on a meeting of school and : School teams. January. He was transferred to the , h e al th. officials tomorrow. He The number of infantile paralysis oroaaway oince on April 12. j nimea me scnoois mignt not re Surviving are his widow, Mrs. i open Monday. i nree elementary scnoois, a paro- j past few weeks, health records chial Institution and the high show, although Nassau authorities school are affected. last week declared the rise may not A total of eight cases has been properly be termed an epidemic. Marcia McNary, and a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Case. cases In Nassau and Suffolk j Counties has risen rapidly In the term as Representative from the 8th Middlesex District. Mr. Roberts, a Republican, had been among those mentioned for the Speaker of the House. In private life he was affiliated with Brown Brothers, Harriman Company, brokers. i He was educated at Andover Academy and Yale University and served during the World War as a naval aviator. His widow and three children survive. Surviving besides his father are his widow, Marian Evers Jennings; four sisters, Mrs. Anna Reynolds, Mrs. Lillian Luchinger, Mrs. Ger- : trude Keenan, and Virginia Jennings, and two brothers, Emerson ! and Joseph Jennings. The funeral will be held at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow from the chapel at 187 S. Oxford St., with a solemn mass of requiem at St. Edmund's R. C. church. Burial will be. in St. John's Cemetery. DEATHS Bacek, Mary Merritt, Bertha V. Baur, Gottlieb Messmer, Louise Bracken, Thomas Miller, Matilda Brunjes, George Mitchell, Burt, Frederick A. Juanita Camilla Cohn, Lillian Moloney, Cusick, Margaret William Frey, Margaret A. Nelson, Charles Greehy, John Phair.AnnettaR. Griffin, John R. Rocker, Frances FREY -On October 21, 1941. MARGARET A. FREY, member ol Bay Ridge M. E. Church. Services at Methodist Home, 920 Park Place, Friday at 11 a.m. Hurlbut, Mary Schllpf, Joseph Jennings, Schmitt, Elizabeth Albert O. Jr. Seitz, John A. Keenan, Thomas J Selin, Signe E. Kuhl, Catherine V. Shotwell, Henry T. Leavy, Sylvester Stokum, Katheri'ne Lindner, Clara A. Sweeney, John Marshall, Charles Swenson, Ida C. McGann, Richard Vallone, Leonardo GREEHY JOHN, beloved hus. MooKimnwis, weigniman, r ranfj oana or trie late Mary A., at his Alfred Wilson, Henry N. home, 892 Putnam Ave., October 23; Survived by three grandchildren, BACEK October 21, 1941, MARY, ! SLster Agnes Lucille, S.S.J.; Mar-loving wife of Matthew; dear l aret A- and James Canavan. Fu- CUSICK MARGARET, on October 22, 1941, at her residence, 544 54th Street; dear mother of Mae Cusick, Mrs. Margaret Koegel, Mrs. Anna Bogan; also survived by seven grandchildren. Solemn mass Saturday at 10:30 a.m., Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Interment St. John's Cemetery. John J. Malone, director. mother of Mrs. Mary Qulnn, Joseph, Matthew, John, Margaret, Julia and Helen Bacek. Funeral from Walter B. Cooke, Inc., Funeral Home, 1218 Flatbush Avenue, Friday, 9:30 a.m.; thence to St Thomas Aquinas R. C. Church, where a mass of requiem will be offered. BAUR GOTTLIEB, on October 22. beloved father of Minnie SchmiM and William C. Baur. Services at Moadinger Funeral Parlors. 1120 Flatbush Avenue, Friday, 8 p.m. BRACKEN THOMAS, October 21, 1941, beloved husband of Carroll and devoted father of Jeanne; also survived by his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Bracken, and brother, William. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a.m., from his home, 1150 Brooklyn Avenue. Solemn requiem mass, St. Jerome's R. C, Church. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. Joseph E. Brennan, Director. neral Saturday. Rpquiem mass at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, 10 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cloister. . W. J. Phelan, director, ! GRIFFIN JOHN R of 78 Baj 20th Street, retired patrolman, N Y. P. D. Survived by wife, Bridget four daughters, Edith, Helen, Marj and Josephine. Solemn high requiem mass Friday, 10 a.m., St. Finbar's Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. HURLBUT MARY, on October 21, 1941, beloved wife of the late Henry; dear mother of Henriettc Perez, Isabel and the late Francis 1 E. Services Thursday, 8 p.m., at her residence, 453 45th Street, Sandstrom, Director. MARSHALL Suddenly, on Wjdi'.esSr'y, October 22, 1941, CHARLES MARSHALL, Survived by one daughter, Mrs. Arthur (Marie) Leale; also one brother and three sisters. Funeral services at his home, 367 12th Street, Friday, October 24, at 8 p.m. McGANN On October 21, 1941. RICHARD C, devoted brother of Mrs. John J. Ryan, Mary E., Elizabeth, Clara, Joseph A. and James McGann. Reposing William A. Martin Funeral Home, Classon Avenue, corner Sterling Place. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.m. Requiem mass, St. Teresa's Church. Inter ment, St. John's Cemetery. . McSKIMMING On Wednesday. October 22, 1941, ALFRED HER-RIES, beloved husband of Mary McSkimming and father of Jessie Stephens, Agnes, Mary. Jean, Robert and Alfred McSkimming Jr. S C H M I T T ELIZABETH, on Wednesday, October 22, aged 85 years; mother of Fred, John, Joseph and George Schmitt, Lillian Far-aagher, Christine Sass, Estella Wit-meyer, Madeline Weber, May Stlnes; sister of Catherine Auer and Madeline Miley; also survived by 19 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral from nflrmt.nHt.' Plinprnl Unrnn Central 1 Avenue, corner 68th Street, Glen-dale. Requiem mass Saturday, 10:30, at the Church of Our Lady of Sorrows. Interment St. John's Cemetery. SCHLIPF JOSEPH, on Tuesday. October 21, 1941, retired sergeant of 78th Precinct, N. Y. P. D.; husband of Madeline; father of Joseph Jr. and Thomas; brother of Anthony and August Schllpf, Catherine Wirfel and Elizabeth Merkel. Funeral on Saturday from his home, 68-13 Central Avenue, Glen- Politicians Attend Rites for Hasenflug Present and former political leaders of Brooklyn last night attended funeral services for Henry Hasenflug Sr. at the funeral parlors, 71-41 Cooper Ave., Glendale. Mr. Hasenflug, who was for many years a Democratic leader in the Williamsburg section, died Monday at his home,' 72-33 Myrtle Ave., Glendale. He was 80. Those attending included former Children's Court Justice Peter B. Hansen, Councilman Anthony J. Digiovanna, state Senator Jeremiah Twomey, former State Sen ator William Lathrop Love, and Jerome G. Ambro, former Democratic leader of the 19th A. D., which Mr. Hasenflug led for 25 years. Pageant Depicts Styles (or Nurses At 4Gfh Banquet Approximately 900 persons attended the 40th annual banquet of the New York State Nurses Association last night at the Hotel St. , George, where the association Is i holding its biennial convention. i Pact nU..t. u. , I BHuun were nonor guests. Among ; , ) those attending were Mrs. Beatrice '? gj 6 Are Drowned As Tug Osizes Service at the Fairchild Chapel, 8(i . dale. Solemn requiem mass, 10 Lefferts Place, Friday at 8:30 p.m MERRITT On Wednesday, October 22, 1941, BERTHA V., beloved wife of Louis P. and mother of Vera H, Merritt. Service from the Tomlinson Chapel, Danbury, Conn., Saturday at 3:30 p.m. o clock, St. Pancras' Church, terment St. John's Cemetery. In- SEITZ Tuesday, October 21, 1941. JOHN A., beloved husband of Carolyn A. (nee Metzler), devoted father of Anne M. Funeral from his resi. Hunter Club to Hear Talk on Defense Economics The Hunter College Economics Club, headed by Ruth Schmitt-linger of 1281 Union St., is giving the first in a scries of lectures on the economics of national defense this afternoon at the college. Dr. Heinrich Hoeniger of the college Van H. Stevenson, who served as president from 1913 to 1915; Mrs Genevieve M. Clifford, 1927-1930; Mrs. Ethel G. Prince, 1934-1939, and Mrs. Ruth G. Hall, who has been serving as president since 1939. A feature of the evening was the presentation of a pageant by five nurses showing the different styles of dress and activities of nurses over the last five eras. Mrs. Dorothy McLaughlin, president of District 14, the hostesses of the banquet, was chairman of the evening Speaking at a convention luncheon yesterday, Miss Stella M. Hawkins, secretary of the New-York State Board of Nurse Examiners, declared the success of the new State law which will require all nurses to be licensed after Jan. 1 will depend to a large degree on the willingness of the persons who engage nurses to demand credentials. Dr. Charles A. Weymuller, pro fessor of pediatrics at the Long 5 . economics department is the lec- dence, 293 Fenimore Street, Friday, j turer and is sPeaking on "The Phi-October 24, 9:30 a.m.: thence to losoPny of Peace." Among those St. Francis of A&slsi R. C. Church. ' scneluled to speak later in the ' present national program had cre-Interment Calvary Cemetery. : term ls Dr- Carl v- No". 26 Meadow ; ated a distinct shortage of nurses ! Drive, Port Washington, also a : and that the shortage would in crease as the defense emergency MESSMER LOUISE, of 77 Wilson Avenue, on Tuesday, October 21, 1941; beloved grandmother of Ella Smith, Louise Bertges, Ger- , SELIN SIGNE E., October 22 j member of the Hunter College Eco trude Huber. Funeral Friday after- Funeral services at her home, Haw- i nomics department, noon, 2 o'clock, from Darmstadt's kins Avenue and rolnniol ' Bh ! Smithtown Branch, L. I., Saturday October 25, at 2 p.m. FACES DEATH Raymond L. Woodward, 16, is shown as he was taken to Middlesex Court at Cambridge, Mass., where Island College of Medicine, speak- ne wos- sentenced yesterday ing in the afternoon, urged closer 'to die in the electric chair the contact between the nursing andjweek of j 25, 1942, fol-medical professions. ' ' "It is high time that both the '0W,n9 his Plea f 9uilty in nursing and medical professions , tne brutal murder of school-communicate a minimum of their : girl Constance Shipp. understanding or tne mechanism of communicable disease transmission to the laity so that not only will our earnest efforts be appreciated by them but unreasonable and Impossible demands will be shut off at their source," he said. Miss Alta E. Dines, chairman of the National Committee of Red Cross Nursing Service, at a luncheon for student nurses said the Detroit, Oct. 23 (U.P Six men asleep in the stern of the tug America were drowned early today when the vessel capsized and sank In the Detroit River off the northern tip of Belle Isle. Capt. Raymond D. Damas of Telodo and six other members of the crew were rescued. The America nad two other tugs, the Oregon and the Arkansas, were trying to pull the freighter B. F. Jones off a bud bank at the edge of the channel from Lake St. Clair into the Detroit River. The America overturned while pulling in tandem with the Oregon,, trying to shift the anchor of the Jones. Six members of the crew of the America were on deck when the tug overturned in 20 feet of water. The other crew members were asleep In their bunks. The men on deck were tossed Into the river when the America went: over. They were picked up by men in small boats which were lowered by the Oregon and Arkansas. Explains 'Y' Activities Howard Gibbs, Fort Hamilton Y.. M. C. A. secretary, explained activities of the Army "Y" to members of the recreation and group work committee of the Brooklyn Council for Social Planning yesterday at the organization's board room, 72 Schermerhorn St. continued. Funeral Home, Central Avenue corner 68th Street, Glendale. Interment Lutheran Cemetery. SHOTWELL On 22d day of tenth month, 1941, at his home. ; 363 Adelphi Street, HENRY TITUS THE WEATHER Official Wfth(r Rfport of thi V. S. Wothfr Burfau ;Easttrn Standard TimO BRUNJES Suddenly, on October 22, 1941, GEORGE W., aged 45 years, beloved husband of Martha; son ol Mrs. Marie Brunjes. Services and funeral from the Quenzer Holli.s Funeral Home, Hillside Avenue, a'. 187th Place, Hollis. Saturday, 10 a.m. Interment, Lutheran Cemetery. BURT On Wednesday, October 22, 1941, FREDERICK A., of 6 Martense Court; beloved husband of Lucy .and brother of Edward Burt. Services at the Fairchild Chapel. 86 Lefferts Place, Friday, John Keenan tery. MILLER - MATILDA, at her home, 2124 Haring Street, on Wednesday. October 22. She Is ! u,-.'r; , Jl . . i JENNINGS ALBERT O. Jr., on 1 survived by her husband. Robert j V'l ' OCT' 23' 1941 Tuesday, October 21. 1941. husband ! Miller: one son. Henrv Runnel: six ! wm.,. ou.. ... I . .TORKAST-Licht "howr. rl vi .wB.inii .vcio, nun ui mueri j. tf'aiiuciuiuren. rnnerai irom lot Jennings Sr.; brother of Anna South Oxford Street on Saturday Reynolds, Lillian Luchinger, Ger- j morning, J1:J0 o'clock. Interment trude Keenan, Virginia, Emerson St. John's Cemetery. Italians to Wed by Proxy Rome, Oct. 23 (U.R) An official announcement said today that Italy was drafting a law permitting the marriage by proxy of members of the Italian armed forces who now are prisoners of war. Curtis C. Tuthill Centereach, Oct. 23 F u n e r a 1 services will be held In Jamesport today for Curtis C. Tuthill, 15, of Main St., South Jamesport, who was killed Tuesday morning when a truck in which he was riding smashed into a tree. Henry W. Rambo, 21, also of South Jamesport, the driver, was held in $1,000 hail yesterday by Justice of the Peafe Harold C. Sor-enson following his arraignment on a technical charge of criminal negligence. Coroner Grover A. Silliman of Sayville will conduct an Inquest. ERALU RECrda 'tJ CHAPELS,II5 ATLANTIC AVE. and 38 LAFAYETTE AVENUE. PH0NES MAin4 1398 9 : 8130:365$ Lleenaed Fttneral Directors JERE J. JOSEPH J. VINCENT D. CRONIN TRADEMARK NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT PETERS BROS. RUBBER CO.. INC.. nf 160-168 John Slrwt. Brooklyn, New York, iiaa duly filed with the Secretary nf the Slate of New York, on October 4th, 1911, in trademark "STICTUIT." to. he used upon container!! or receptacles containing tape and like articles. o-6t ThS PUBLIC NOTICES service. and Josenh Jennines. Rpnnsinir nt Funeral Home 187 s Oxford strept MITCHELL On Thursday, Oc- until Friday, 9:30 a.m. Requiem tober 23' 1941- JUANITA CAMIL-mass St. Edmund's R. C. Church. ! LA' Gloved mother of Doris, Har- Interment St. John's Cemetery, KEENAN THOMAS J.. on October 22, at his home, 860 54th Street; patrolman attached to 68th Pre cinct; beloved husband of Mary G. old, Vernon Mitchell and Mrs. James Mowat; sister of Mrs. Adele Newsum. Service at the Fairchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, on Saturday, 2 p.m. STOKUM On Thursday, October 23, 1941, KATHERINE T. STOKUM, beloved mother of William F. Stokum. Service at. the Fairchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, Friday at 8 p.m. j this emoon. ClOlldV tnnisht anrf nnrllv cloudy tomorrow: jlroni southwest winds slultine to northwest this afternoon and diminishinK gradually toniiht and to- orrow: moderately cool toniiht, cooler tomorrow afternoon and night; lowest temperature tonlah" about 45, highest temperature about 60. WEATHER OBSERVATIONS Followini! are weather observations taken at 7 30 a.m. 75th meridian time today: i mp t m i The following wills are on file today with Surrogate George Albert Wingate: LARCK. AUOUSTA (Sept. 25). Istate, 17,000 real and S4.000 personal. To hus band. J. Larck, 23b Vanderbilt MOLONEY WILLIAM J., SWEENEY On October 22. 1941, JOHN SWEENEY, beloved brother-in-law of Joseph F. and Elizabeth M. Bohen. Funeral from 187 S. I Oxford Street, Friday, 10:15 a.m. 0!1 1 , . . Keenan (nee Thnmrannl Irwini i October 21 heloverf hmth.,nf v... i t'"' mass, at, teresas tnuica. father of Thomas and William; i F. and the late Thomas H., at his home, 512 5th Street. Requiem mass, Friday, October 24, St. Saviour's Church, 10 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Interment, Calvary Cemetery. New York City PC A.bany CI Atlanta C Atlantic City PC Baltimore PC Bismarck C Bnstnn CI Buffalo R Charleston P WMtttw Barom- Tema. 24 24 J SOa.nt. eter 7 :30 a.m. Hn. Mrs. 29.90 55 51 71 Low Hloh i Ave . executor. COHN LILLIAN, beloved wife of Joseph Cohn, devoted mother of Alexander, Bertram and Richard; daughter of Albert Rosen; sister of Josephine Corwen, Lester and Raymond. Funeral private. Please omit flowers. fond brother of Mrs. Margaret Basil, Rose, Helen, James C. and Funeral Saturday Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. F.lllll llll. Fnncrala completo in every respect. There are no extras. You control the coat.. .from leas than $200 upward. II MORTICIANS pMk rainfaaa. iibiimm BBOOEXTK tusniM JAK4IU cuimm CtTT Ot TF.LKfHOKS NEVER SLEETS SWENSON On October 21. 1941. IDA C, beloved mother of Jennie Coulman, Arthur, Edith and Stella. Services at her residence, 63 2d Street, Thursday at 8 p.m. Direction of Erlcson & Ericson. KUHL On October 22, CATHERINE V. (nee Cassldy), wife of the late Philip Kuhl, and loving mother of Joseph, David, Margaret, Philip and Francis. Funeral Saturday morning. 8:30, from her residence, 960 56th Streot. Requiem mass Church of St. Francis rie Chantal, 9 o'clock. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Henry McCaddin & Sons. Directors. NELSON On Tuesday, October 21, 1941, CHARLES NELSON of 493 Marlborough Road, beloved husband VALLONE LEONARDO, of 2063 of Alma Nelson. Service at the i Batchelder Street, nn nptnhAr 91 Fairchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, Friday, 2:30 p.m. PHAIR On October 21. AN-NETTA R beloved wife of George H. Phalr of 47 Plaza Street. Reposing at George J. Ayen Memorial Chapel, 55 7th Avenue. Services Thursday. October 23, at 8:30 p.m. Survived by his mother, Carmela; five brothers, one sister. Funeril from his residence Friday, October 24, at 10:30 a.m. Requiem mass, Good Shepherd R. C. Church. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. WEIGHTMAN October 22. 1941 FRANK, beloved husband nf the Chattanooga Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Dallas Denver Detroit Duluth . El Paso Galveston - Helena CI R CI R CI R CI C -PC -CI Interment Green-Wood Cemetery late Minnie, deceased since May 8 1941; dear father Friday morning. LEAVY SYLVESTER, on October 22, 1941, at U. S. Naval Hospital. loving son of the late Catherine Ar- Pnr rv-i a rlr an J f. T i. ROCKER October 22, 1941, at her home, 2187 Clarendon Road, FRANCES (nee McCabe). Sur- lnd:anapolii Jacksonville c Kansas City PC Los Angeles R Louisville PC Miami -PC Milwaukee C Minneapolis C New Orleans C Norfolk -PC Okla. City CI Pensacola C Philadelphia PC Phornlv PC Pittsbumh R Portland. Me. C! Portland. Ore. -- F Raleigh CI Sacramento C St. Louis PC Salt Lake City PC of Mrs. Mabel i "i10 c2 manner, LAi Roy and Harry Weight -man. Services at Walter B. Cook, Inc., Funeral Home, 1218 Flatbush Avenue, Friday, 2 p.m. Interment, San Francisco Savannah Seattle Tampa Washington PC Havana PC 29.81 30 11 29 98 29 96 30 92 29 89 29 5 30 12 30 15 30 10 29 96 29 80 30.11 30 50 29 83 30 30 30 01 30 09 3037 29 99 30.10 30 19 29 94 30 04 30 05 30 15 30 34 30 11 30 08 30 13 30 13 29 94 29 96 ?9 87 29 78 .10.18 30 12 ?9 99 30 12 30 11 30.OB 39 92 30 01 30 13 30 24 30 06 29 95 30.01 67 60 53 29 53 57 6a 54 54 87 64 69 46 61 32 53 78 28 66 70 62 55 65 77 49 41 77 52 68 69 53 50 58 44 45 57 43 69 44 74 56 48 66 46 74 53 74 41 62 58 52 2B 50 53 67 54 54 58 55 69 46 59 32 52 28 69 69 62 54 63 75 49 41 72 M 49 52 52 40 44 53 42 63 38 70 57 45 66 46 M 50 74 W1RSHUP, OOLD1E (April 8.. Estate. $2,500 real and more than tlO.000 personal. To daughter, Either W. Israel. 2672 E 12th St., executrix, SB 000; sons. Isidore Wirshup, 133-02 101st Ave., Richmond Hill; Morris Wirshup. High Mount and Front Sts.. Nyack. N. Y.; Abraham Wirshup. 5 Roosevelt Court; Samuel Wirshup. 2428 S. Rimpau Boulevard, Los 60 ' Angeles. Cal. executor. Emll Wirshup. 82 .ill S Rohand St., Richmond. Va.. and m wiiiiam wusliup. 59 Coast Artillery Band. 70 Fort Mills, Philippine Islands, one-seventh 81 ' ol residue each; grandchildren. Oeorge 69 j and June Wirshup, both of 6101 Bouie-86 I vard E.. West New York. N. J.. one-four-68 teenth of residue each. 70 x Letters of Administration 68 i Granted by Surrogate George Albert 4 Wingate on these estates: 66 j HIMMELSTEIN, MORRIS (April 131. 54 Estate, not more than (20.000. To son. Marcus Himmelstein, 1314 Seneca Ave., 82 I Broni. Other heir, widow. '? ! MASTERS. GEO ROE W (Oct. 141. Es-65 tate. not more thn sis nnn nr,nn.i -h Walter ff. Cook IWOOBJOKATBD DIGNIFIED As Low tlPA FUNERALS At i$J OUR FUNERAL HOMES . MOOKLrN 1S1 LMm Bm lev ardBUdi minster 4-1200 ....50 Seventh Avenue MAm 2-8585 1218 Flatiwah . BUcfcimoster 2-0266-7 QUEENS ISO-10 Hilkidw ftvenuo Mmilea S-6670 63-32 Forest venue HEgeman 3-0900 15S-14 Nor. BlvdNdtpswtsiK 3-6600 STATIN ISLAND 9 Baacal St, StapMeo Gibraltar 7 -(100 MANHATTAN 117 West 72nt1 Street-IRaf altar 7 9700 14S1 First Ashh RHimlandar 4-5300 BftONX 1 West 190th StrMt-eMymmd 9-1900 165 t. Trement . lUolow 7-2700 347 Willis AveaiissMOtt Haven 9-0272 WCSTCHCSTSR 214 Maeajrwiecst Aisnue Whitt Plain 39 Phone for ttepresentcrffve No Obfieoflen NEW YORK SUPREME COURT THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT In the matter of the application and petition nf GEORGE J. GILLESPIE HE.VRY HESTERRERO and RUFUS E. llrOAHEN, constituting the Board of Water Supply of the City of New York, to acquire real estate fur, and on hehalf of, the City of New York, under title K of the Administrative Code of tne iny oi iNew lorn, in the Count or suiuvan. tor the purpose or ptov 7. ing an additional supply of pure and iioienume waier tor tne use oi ;ew York City. DELAWARE SECTION 10 SULLIVAN COUNTY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Section K41-15.0 of the Administrative Code of the City of New York, that the report dated Septemher 25. 1941. of CHRISTOPHER W. WILSON, A pELBERT M. SCRIBER and JOHN J. MitGRAXtH. commissioners of appraisal, was duiv filed in the Sullivan County Clerk's office on Seoteirff Ter 26. 1311. NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVES' that the aforesaid report will he pt e-senied to the Supreme Court at a Sp-rial Term thereof to be held in and for the Third Judicial District at the Ulster County Court House, in the City of Kinsston. New York, on the 7'.h dav of Novrmher. 1911. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon or as soon thereafter a counsel can be heard, and at that time and place the Cumol at ion Counsel nf the i City of New York will move for the vl. confirmation of the aforesaid report. mm me onjecrmns, it any. to tne con-i firmation of said report, or anv part i thereof, shall be heard at such Special Term. H. G. SCHONZEIT, AUCTIONEER. Dated. October 2. 1941. AUCTION, SHLES sells Oct. 24, 1941. at 2:00 p.m.. at asp, i WILLIAM C. CHANLER. Truck Motur : torporation Counsel of the City of ..rn. 41 John street. Jvintsston. '7 not more than S5.000 real. To sisters. sells OH. 24 3d Ave.. Brooklyn, Dodge ' AO. ll-l-lbl. H. G. SCHONZEIT. AUCTIONEER. Vital Notices accepted 8 a.m. to 2 p.m, for publication the mm! day; o, late a 1 0 p.m. Saturday night for publication Sunday. and Christopher Leavy. Funeral on Saturday at 8:30 a.m. from 40 Lafayette Avenue. Requiem mass. R. C. Church, Queen of All Saints. Interment National Cemetery, Lon Island. LINDNER On October- 23, 1941, CLARA A., wife of the late Emll Lindner. Service at her residence, 814 5th Street, Friday, 8 p.m. Interment Evergreens Cemetery. ter. Funeral from her home on Saturday, 9:30 a.m.; thence to St Jerome's R. C. Church, where a solemn requiem mass will be offered. John J. Fiood, Director. WILSON HENRY N., on October 22, at his residence, 107-31 104th Street; beloved husband of Anna, father of Henry N. Jr , devoted son of Minnie Wilson, and - brother of William L., Robert and Tin mrninriiim i Edl,h' R(,Pasine " thc Kohimeier Jill VpnUQUtim Funeral Home, 103-27 Lefferts BURR In lovinir memory of my ; Boulevard, Richmond Hill, where C-Clear. Cl-Cloudy, i R-kain. F-FoRev. Highest trmperature New same dnte last year 63. Lowest temnerali're New same date lest year 39. Lowest tempera tur Sethis mornina 51 at 6:30 a m. PC-Partly cloudy. York City York City York City sister, CATHERINE A. BURR Lonesome sister, HELEN BLOOD services win ue held Friday evening t oclock. Funeral Saturday 10 i.m, Lost and Found Advertisements Appear Daily on Pag 2 Under "Announcements" Ida L. Brainard. JoseDhine Kf Pnht and Lillian M. Shanahan, all of 30 Jefferson Avenue. MORAN. GEORGE F. tjan. 16i Estate not more than $50,000. To Rooert Reed 1402 Pacific St.. ancillary letters ol administration. .1PPKAISALK COHEN. MARTIN A. (Jan. 15 194', Gross assets. $16.01: net. 57.530. To widow Moiiie A. Cohen, and o:i.". Bernard S. and Arthur Cohen, one-third of tesiduary estate each. Chief assets, real estate. IIO.OOO; stocks and bonds. SJ.tnlO; inortaaaes. notes, cash and insurance. S.149: jointly owned property. $1,370 mts-ctlianeous property. $1,896. David Rao.-nowltj, aitorney, 261 Broadway, Manhattan. TROIANO ANTONIO fJune H lMli. Gross assets. $45,940; net. $37 560 To widow. Isabella Troiano. ilfe interest in specific realty and life income from residuary estate In trust: sons. Lawrence I iroiano, two-thirds remainder interest in , j specific really, testator s interest In 1 specific business and two-thirls remainder Interest In residuary estate. Andrew Troiano. one-'.n.ia remainder Interest In specific and one-third remainder Interest in residuary evate Chief a-ssets. real estate 13 0:2: mort-: e.ees. notes, cash and insurance $J5 -885: miscellaneous property $7 492, transfers. $3 540 William J. Parks, attorney, l: Park Row Manhattan. WALTERS. JOSEPH1NF A 'Ao.'l! 18. 1941i. Gross assets S3H341: net. $35-:70. To sons. Lester T and Jhn J ; Waters, and daunh'ers. M nd Muriel Kenny, one-four-h of residuary "i"'' esrh Chief .s'-s. storks and bonds. $1'7.400; mortBsrs rotes rash snd insurance. $10 941 Markka :t)i A Null attorneys, ti chambers at, Man-I tta. 1941. at 1.00 p.m. at .",6 o23-4t Th New York. NEW YORK SUPREME COURT. ; THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT In the niatt'T of the application and petition of OEORGE J. GILLESPIE. HENRY HESTERRERO and RUFUS E. .M, liAIIKN, i-unmitutini: Ihe Board of Water Supply of the City of New York, to acquire real estate for. and on In-half ,.f. the City of New York, under title K of the Administrative Code of Hie City ,,( New York. Ill the Counts- -if Sullivan for the puttiose ,,f providing an .iddit'onal supply of pure and Wlloi. ... w ale. (,,, l,e ,f New- Yolk Citv LKt.AWARE SECTION NO 11 SUI.I.IVAN COUNTY NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVEN. pursuant to Section K41-15.0 of the Ad- nmu.strative Code of the Citv of New : York, ihat the report dated Octoher Slh. 1941. of JOHN R. RUOOK. WILLIAM P. COONEY and GROVER C, .,,rr tw .i,,. eommuaalonerj of aparaiu , CANAL AUCTION ROOM INC.. was duly filed in the Sullivan County John J. Gibbs. J. P. Sullivan .Sr.. Au-- Clerk a office on October 8th. 1941. tioneers sell at 152 Canal Street. Man- NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY CIVE-sI Seholos St.. Brooklyn. Chevrolet Coup, two Buick Sedans. Motor Nos. :iil:t!.-,i7, 43.Y7S679. 43360154; Ue Solo Sedan. Motor No. 37434A. PAWNBROKERS SALES ESTATE Of KUUK.Nh. ROSEN-BALM'S AUCTIONEERS. J. Kellv. J Keldhuhn. 1. Kirschner. J. S-hwalb sell at 70 Kowery, at 9 a.m. Oct. 29 --By order of M. Bi m k!i im-r Son". In... 70. Grand St.. lotluni:. el' pdncd from 41407 of Dei. !i. 3I7H9 of Sept. 16. 1640. I. U"lden. 4:M .ilh Av. .. diamonds, silverware, .lew-elrv. second-hand watches, odds-and-entls. clothing, e-r . pledsred from IuS!i9 1333. to JStMj or Sept. 29. o22-6t osll Oct. nattan. .Mew York city, at 11 a.m. Oct. 27 For Jaa. J, Ryan. 134 Mvrtle Ave., unredeemed pledges of diamond-", second-hand watches, jewelrv. -silverware, furs, clothing, odds and end etc.. 2173. Feb. 7, 1938. to 17m.;, fie, 12. 1939. both inclusive: also lfis, j.,n 4. 1940. to 10(172. July 2. 19)0. and till pledges held over from previous -oil. ,.2(i-B' JACOB SHONGUT. INC. Jos. Geo Si Richaid Shoniut. Auc i.jtie,-. SELL AT 82 BOWERY. N Y.. 9 A M o. t. 3u-ClothinK for J.,hn .1. S.ivei . 662 Vannattan Ave . from i;,imhs ,,t j:(n 2. 191H to 7-,929 ,.f Sept 30. into ind :ill h.,M'ie, S oiii:ir t,,ds f,,i ,T,,hn .1 Saver ManhaVan s. . f,.,,,, 201 of Am 3, 1910, t., 16o7 nf Sr It 1910, and all holdoten. oo ol osu I New York, mat the atoresaia report will be pre sented to the Supreme Court at a Special Term thereof, to be held in and for the Third Judicial District, at the Albany County Court House, In tlx City of Albany. New- York, on the lltn day of November. 1941. nt 10 o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon thereafter aa counsel can be hoard, and at that time :ind place the Corporation Counsel ,f ihe City of New York will move f,,r the confirmation of the aforesaid re. oof. and Ihe objections, if any. to the conl irmat ion of said rep.o t,' or anv pan there,, f, shall be heard at such Special Term. Dated, i K tober tOth. 1911 WILLI 1 C. CHANLER. t r..r ;,.,i at lt,n Counsel ,,f ti,,. 0j .w ni. mi jonn Miree . K'nusonn 1S-41 TB

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