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BROOKLYN EAGLE, FRI , OCT. 5, 1945 13 LTJTTM ANN HENRY D beloved hus;fnd of Marie Bokelmann and dear lather of Mrs. Arnold Kuesel and Mrs. John Stu'obe; on October 3. 1945. Funeral service at the Sehaflner Funeral Home, 119-50 St. John's Home To Offer Mass Dr. J. T. Hatfield, Blind Newsie Plans' rj ft iFignt tor His Dog tdUCatOr, IS j I As Court Test Case Andersen, Haakon Luttmann. H. D. Bartel, Plulip Reich Occupation By Neighbors Was Morgenthau Plan Metropolitan Avenue. Kew Gardens,1 October 5, at S p.m. , For lis War Dead Chicago, Oct 5 Dr. James Taft Hatfield, 83, professor emeritus of, Edward Burke turned his fare German at Northwestern University,! toward the window and the bright MacDougall. Lome Marman, J. J. McCormack. Peter Mclnerney, Annie j Michael, Lucius M.' Monahan, Annie Mooney, Annie E. Moran, Anna Moriarty, John J. MacDOUGALL LORNE M , MD.. Brereton. Mary Burchaxd, Betty Cottam, Harry . Cutack. John P. Davis, Frederick 11, Charles Em pting. Sister Mary Imelda on Wednesday. October 3. 1945, ofj A Wxh m8SS of reqUiem be died here Jterday after being ober sunshine streaming in. 421 Clinton Avenue; beloved hu6- relebnlted tomorrow at 10 a.m. in 'J,e'tlL1toi Blind since 1933. he could only feel band of Alice W. MacDougall and the chapei 0f St. John's Home fori8? to h,ls hme Mansion, Ill I father of Helen W. Henderson and c. .nn iih,n tm Born in Brooklyn, Dr. Hatfield Its warmth. Peeks, Jeremiah A.Pye, Millie , Gonsalves, John J. Reynolds, Mary Grace, Mary Robottom. F. Lt. John W. MacDougall. U. S. f0r the 18 boys from the home who studlPd Ru8b' Academy. Phils- i think I'll A. A. F. Service at the Fairchlld were killed in action, some In the delPma' nd Northwestern Univer- h,. ne said. Charjel. 86 Lefferta Place. Saturdav. u,if .r.. -nn nth.-. i w.,rrrv. slty. He received a doctorate in fight it out right "The way I see it, I mean if they do Rudloff, Catherine nm inUrmnt iwkviii. nn. .JT k. .f a ... T..i. Dhilosouhv from Johns Honkins Uni- 114 lest ca1 Green, James t Hart, Susan P. VanGostein.W. urio. Canada. ' .wu".," iXLzZ, ... ' .diversity after two years of study this to me they can do the same to , nuui AtjJ, TT ui u uw, VUO)ll - ( Kellv Mnrv Welham. Ethel Camassa, Mark De Bernardo, Ralph "1 "ernmn universities. any ouna veteran in tne united . , l Dr Hatfield left his a adpniir . ... .-.u . Kimberlv, William Wiles, Lillie MARIN AN JOHN JOSEPH, on Leonard m r October 3, 1945, devoted son of rvtnhpr 1 IQiS ritmtri mn nr tK ITisco, inomas riynn, jonii . . , .,,. ., . . 7u stales wno comes nome wun a see- . ..'Mary (nee Haran," and hT late Robert Kids are alike wher- ANDERSEN HAAKON, lormer James. XmrA brother of .lm; cn. n. amiioiiy Lawrence, ueuir -.-.- Estelle Caraway ever you go. There 11 always be some ,.j..-.. t.. .1'Knrth.! . ..." .r . Mofthon-e Patriot Mrwlatr Alhert "IS Wile. Mrs. irjirui ui uimnju, u. . ;J. ana Mary e. Marman. Funeral, , :: Hatfield died in io ... tr u,.. u urBdrhHt.r. ... ... 'MnlAslrv Plmrlps .1 Nat.tpl Finn "iui.iu, cuea in iihu1. He leaves a who pester dogs." Wa.shir.gton. Oct. 5 IU Pi Former Secretary of the Treasurv Henry Morgenthau proposed to President Roosevelt in 1944 that the Job of occupying Germany be left to the armies of Germanys European neighbors, it was revealed today. In his controversial "Morgenthau plan" for control of Germany Mr. Morgenthau proposed that neither American nor British military forces participate in the long-range job of policing and administering defeated Germany. "Under this program United States troops could be withdrawn within a relatively short time," the Morgenthau plan said. Mr. Morgenthau specified that the occupation Job be done by the armies of Russia. France, Poland, Czechoslovakia. Greece. Yugoslavia, Norway, Holland and Belgium, but that the United States retain full military and civilian representation on commissions set up to execute i ! oS3ET SrarlSS 48th S, Hlo'BSSril Hotart MU,. Al Struller - and tour daughters. a short illness: beloved husband oflmiice strf .t.fui ct-Hmand Kenneth Whalan. Laura Andersen and father of Rolf, , 1D:30 , m c.,...' mnM of . Orphans from St. Joseph's Home, j Mr. Burke's German shepherd, ' Ginser, was accused of viciousness ; after nipping four persons at his j newsstand at 3d Ave. and 106th St., Manhattan. City authorities de-! manded Ginger be examined to de-! termine if the dog must be de- Edward L. Collier, U.S.N.; Allan of Katonah. Funeral puiem at st Teresa's R. C. Church.!the Convent of Mercy and fat. vn- cent's Home for Boys, as well as services will be held at Clark's Fu Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. i the boys of St. John's Home will neral Home, Katonah, N. Y.. day, October 6, at 2 p.m. BARTEL PHILIP, October 4, -I Retired Lawyer o th 1 McwtiMAUii PBTEK a., on attend the mass, wnicn win October 4. 1945, at his residence. 712 celebrated by the Rev. Joseph Tetz 1 stroyed. He had Ginger taken to nUmns Ava Invincr hitshanri nthaff eecictoH Viv tain nrip:ts ef New Jersey. "Now I've been ordered Into court 194j. aged 75 years; beloved husband Anna (nee Ganery); devoted father order of the Fathers of Mary. For- R-winted prom YeMfrd.v, uu Editions of Caroline J.; dear father of Lilliam f Maraaret Chesterton. Marv. and mer District Tax Supervisor David Edward L. Collier, a retired law- next Tuesday," he said 'They tell me that I'm supDosed to sisn an af- M. Fischofer and the late Elizabeth' Joscpn; dear brother of the Rev-'F, soden has arranged the plans !'r and a former Brooklyn Assem blyman. who died Tuesday in the adavit to keep Ginger out of New L. Holzberger; granaiainer 01 nc.;erend Josepn A. McCormack, Mary for the mass. rniup ana janci, u. rwnun Kn , , and HuDert Notice of funeral later Mids. William C. Fischofer Jr. Serv-1 Harry Cottam, 64r KOCKvme centre sanitarium, was York and they'll leave him alone, buried today (Thursday) at Cox- j t don't know wnat, ni do yet, but I sacksie, N. Y. He was 84. I tnlnlt ru stay and fi3ht. I wouldn't Mr. Collier lived in Brooklyn until give Ginger up for Mayor La-he entered the sanitarium four years, Quardia and the whole darned a;o. A Republican, he served in the1 town." State Legislature In 1899 as the rep-j , McINERlIEY ANNIE, on Octouer 3, 1945, formerly of 254 New York Avenue. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a.m., from the Madden Funeral Home, Retired Machinist FranKim ana winougnoy Avenues. the German program. Outlines Quebec Plan This was revealed wita publication for the first time of the text of the much-debated "Morgenthau plan" in Mr. Morgenthau's book, "Germany Is Our Problem." The book contains a photo-sraphic copy of the plan which the late President a.sked Mr. Morgenthau to draft before the Roosevelt-Churchill meeting at Quebec in lee Sunday, 8 p.m.. at George Werst Funeral Home. Hart Street corner Evergreen Avenue. Funeral Monday, 1 pm. BRERETON MARY, on October 2. 1945, widow of the late Richard and devoted mother of Richard Jr., Captain of 82d Precinct, N. Y. P. D., and Rita Simanowith. Solemn requiem mass, 10 a.m., St. resentative of the 10th A. D. He iutn a. u. Augustine s R. C. onurcn. inter-, A rpquiPrn mass wm be offered had served on the . Board of Educa- fj Dwyer Ducking of the WINGS OF MERCY Respirators, 800-pound iron lungs, are loaded on an Army Air Transport at LaGuardia Field for the use of infantile paralysis victims in Belgium in response to a plea for aid from the Belgium Government. The lungs were bound for Brussels today. ment St. Johns cemetery. nmr,rrn.., m m a m di rw l oriw unn th vwm;r mmmiii.n committee MTPHAWTLTirTHSM on October ! of Perpetual Help Church. 111th ' College of the City of New York and Cci lac FrkOC flnim ip. runerai' . , . ... . A.lAvP and 114th St. Richmond Hill, as a trustee of Normal Colleee of ''f -..... Funeral Saturday, 9:30 am rt lemnl father of Myrtle, Lillian. Lucius and for Harry Cottam of 104-42 Leffert.s the City of New York. Solemn 6604 BTesh Pond Road. Two nieces survive. Continued from Pate 1 I those in all boroughs, "will have! adequate and decent housing," he Phones Silenced reo mem mass Our Ladv of Miracu-'Elmer. Services at Moadinger Fix- wno aieo 1 uesaay at M. requiem mass our Laa 01 Miracu par!ors im Flatbiuh Avenue Buria will be 111 Holy Crass Cemc- lous Medal, 60th Place, Eidgewood. Ileral manors, u.d riatouan venue. Interment St. John's Cemetery. Saturday. 10;30 a.m. j g Jcre J. Cronin, Inc.. Director. MONAHAN - October 3, 1945,'chinlst and a former member of 64. --. ,- - i .September, 1944. , , j Mr. Morgenthau said his plan em- 2 Mavor Noniihees bodi,dtnePniloiopny wnicneveni11' I ally went into the formation of Donv Fnrpinn.Rnrn American policy at Potsdam. But he iseiiy rvieiyn uuni ad(ied tne s,immary lntwi s,.pps Lt. George Otis, 27, said. "Mv teammate, Controller! osepli D. McGoldrick. has already In Tieup Today started to do something about this problem. We propose to do much Auto Crash Victim ANNIE M. (nee Carroll); beloved company D. 14th Resjiment, N. G. wife of the late Patrick J.; devoted n. y. He served in the army dur-mother of Mrs. Annie Donnelly, Mrs. Jjng the Spanish-American War. Mary Madden, Mrs. Margaret Hop-! He was a former warden of Loretta Continued from Page 1 Pushed PdttOn BURCHARD BETTY AUGUSTA, on Thursday. October 4, 1945. loved aunt of Mrs. Alfred Grass. Service at her residence, 1233 E. 28th taken by the Allies in Germany since surrender show a lack of awareness of what it will take to more. f. ."i,.!.! t..r n .iikca. . n Ann 1 1 . 1 . 1. tt..:. kins, Thomaa, Edward, Sgt. Patrick, council. K. of C. and a member of from Tnitrdn'i Ldi . . . , . .,., hi. J,,. j -.,.., j.,.,, 1,1,. r0 OI me CIIY S iwajuiauv Cu- K'1'" umir uciumn nsi Street. Sunday, 8 p.m. R2d Prerlnet. N. Y. P. ID : James and iho Ur.v Namo Rviplr nf Our tadvi noiusvuie, oct. 4-li. ueorge ous -'- "u "rm "u.,r am.,., r. rnr .k! Mr. Morgenthau called for total COTTAM - Oftobor 2. iDW-'wuiian, Monahan. Reposing William 0f Perpetual Help Church. !M of this village was killed in in D" u T1" T;e i.ommunicauons uiganiza- - -"" elimination-not just control-of all HARRY A., beloved husband of;A Martin Funeral Home, Classon! He is survived by his widow. ; automobile accident in Germanyj program and said he had dkcui uons. representing maintenance and vigoroii criticism of a publhed frmM heavy industry and n in- uatnerme; latner 01 naiuiu. """. Avenue, corner Sterling Place. Fu- Catherine; a daughter, Clara; five'J"" acroraing to woia irom uie """ " j"",u,K,t'" uic.n, .c.u.r.j . 1Pport mat tne successiui arive to dustrlal counter-revolution to put In assailing the decision of the , "disgrace" Gen. George E. Patton future emphasis on German farms NLRB Mr. Beirne said Charles Charles, Pvt. Guard, Corp. Howara,!neral Saturday 9:15 am Requiem, Prsons, Corporal Harold. Corporal' War Department received by his; wicnoia. u , . m ""s Corp. Fi-ancis. U. S. Army: brother mMS st X.resa' church. Inter-: Francis, Private Girard. Harold wife, Mrs. Ruth Kolb Otis. He was, for Council president, and that they f ir cHp Funeral Saturday. xji r.P v,...., j f ,-0,hii. ' 27. were in accord on a proposal to ap- lnstead of factories. W. Whittemore. trial examiner in Jr. was engineered by the "republic's foreign-born political leaders' ,r-u.. inui "":"k " r :i . I 4 . , rvi.'nlv the Dial) toother oarUOf Brook- Uh, one nf the 1M7 rron "T'u"-: T MOONFY-ANNTE E.. on October i iaren- one 01 nom 15 U,B i , . .T ". . - "1 S iVn .nH the nlder rundown sections ; " vt on , ,. 4 " t.v "ZU tiYJ Before delivering his speech in requiem mass Our Lady of Per-! 1945. at Bay Shore, L. I. mother or : Mass.. Lieutenant Otis was a de- of other boroughs. C. I. O." ifC. .rf.iL.h8 t ' nrt.'ai He n rhiireh Richmond Hill I Ethcl Mooney. Edythe M. Robins, I) All A llflllf I iscendant of John Otis who settled Former Municipal Justice Ben a-1 . ... , sions Judge Jonah J. Goldstein took pelual Help Church, Richmond Hill. t tne WgU AUGUST Jl6 IZ. ' n Bin Ln m,m in ibw He'mln Brenner was chairman of the APP' l nor-' iue with the report, which, ap- Rev. August Steilz, U. S. Specialists Helped Brazil in Food Production CUSACK Reverend JOHN F., Ex-Boro Pastor George Whits Funeral Home, 34 Park Avenue, Bay Shore, on Sunday at 4 p.m. MORAN On October 3. 1945, attended Boston University and the! meeting after the rally had been Joseph P, Rvan, t. L. A. president,! T"hn nV" m College of Business Administration,! opened by Abraham Roth, the promised the longshoremen would be,51 . noiw v h.H . i h Syracuse University, from which he; Brooklyn Liberals' execuiive di- back at work Monday. He had P- h . L. .Jv!h ot!!Ih was graduated with the degree of rector. pealed for a return to work before Zls Zlt the rep Boholn, f Sln ! -.. .... m hut. Inriir.tinn. r. that hi. nrrfers'"1 nlCn "e lIICS aD0Ut lne reP" pastor of the Cure of Ars Church, Merrick, L, I suddenly on Octt Ml 3. Funeral Monday; divine oface i- at 10 a.m., solemn requiem mass Jersey City. Oct. 5 Funeral serv- ANNA M., beloved daughter of Peter Candidates Heard . , II hm- I atlrlilnlpc HHra " -v " ' " " Other jmand which General Patton re- 10:30, at the Church of the Cure now would be followed. ices for the Rev. Dr. August Steitz. He went overseas in August, 1944, Lansing, Mich. OJ.R) With the II.H..J!.! J t. nf U.f .U. UL.,. f V, i. ' I lie SOeaKeiS 1I1C1UUPU JUSULC. ,,j, (V,. Xu ... . ' .ri V rU UU I IC Ul I III U UUIUBU- Germanic languages atVw York ;dalhter. Rulh Kolb Otis, and w B 1 strike was too paralysing to ZZl .JeWi0.m,UU,m.U,.e Un,ttd " ij' rtnnir Plirt If HPrVlP mmLW ffllP said Gowstein. . . .... .. . . . .. . people, Judge States, our largest South American university lor 25 years, win oe neia wounded In action in France "uvn" 4 " " t " "(.,-- fnrilonK- Some 170 ships were tied up of Ars, 67 South Merrick Avenue, " . "-". - -MeiTick. U I. Interment Holy Rood! of William p., PeUsr V John J., rentier,, Mary v- and Mrs- Kathleen Hag- Igerty. Funeral from her home, 1355 DAVIS FREDERICK C, on Or.-iE- i4tti St., on Saturday at 8:30 tober 3, 1945, husband of the latea m . rPqUiem mass St. Brendan R. Margaret; beloved father of IIarold,Ci church. Avenue O. Interment r,ven n tnai, were uue, ana re us ally Brazil has made great strides r-.v, x7.hict rh.ivrh R.mal ,r. iuuk i. i Borough President, and other candi- . .,Hlti, not. there is no justification for . - Hl'"V.jr u o...... j.. ,1,. T n.aW tl.kot writing such an article. The truth i'n agricultural development during will be in Restland Memorial Park, tj . vessels are arriving daily. the war. ! is that these were not the facts Among tne jaiii wnr uvuig . East Hanover, N. J. In addition supplies for Helen, William, Margaret. FreaencK Hoy Cross cemetery Mrr M I DrArlAnCk. nominee for the Supreme ! I nTi - ou are going to start monkey! the opmion of H.A.Car. and Robert. Funeral tjaiuraay, V in. I'l. L. U C CM Court; Louis J. Merrell. candidate r. usmew like that all over again,!""-'- "'rj. " were being then we've lost the peace before!"""" norucuuurisi, wno was for Municipal Court Justice, and held up from the Important Job of -e-v niimerf it Tt. i sirkenin to! ,cnu - 1C''CTJ " Brazil as senior r ls su" Dr. Steitz. who was 69. died Tuesday in the Bethany Deaconess Hospital, Brooklyn. He was formerly pastor of a Methodist church in that borough and served pastorates also in Manhattan and Bridgeport, three nominees for City council tnree nominees lor '-' MORI ARTY JOHN J.. of 1588 E. 17th Street, Brooklyn, October 4, 1945, beloved husband of the late Anne, devoted father of John, James, Kenneth, Walter, Mrs, Edna Moran, Irene and Sister James Anna, O.S.J. a.m., from Jonn J. tieaiey runeiai Home, 2977 Ocean Avenue; requiem mass Good Shepherd R. C. Church, 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Charles . Cemetery. Rites Saturday returning soldiers from the Euro- nr""'K , '"i agricultural exteasion specialist w th 'the food suddIv division of the Co- Maurice Bernhardt. The longshoremen no doubt will ordinator of Inter-American Affairs. Former Justice Brenner pBedlcted retum under termj. Qf thejJ. stopped Conn. He was ordained in 1903. He ; Reprinted From TeiterdT Id.tlotu Curdlnelli'i! (nh In hetn in. ELL CHARLES, of 867 Knicker- Funeral from his residence, Mon-! became pastor of Union Street bocker Avenue. Repasini at Murray! day, 9:30 a.m. Solemn requiem mass ( Methodist Church here in 1942. A requiem mass for Mrs. Mary that the unerai panys u.), , t e jred agreement pending! uuwjer, in siavemeia.sam, civilian f)d supplies h he U Brereton, widow of Richard J. vote on Nov. 6 would react .at least new c0t&cL They are T satis- hf shftpd b' "presslT daTwhen subr Brereton and mother of Police 200.000 and said he would not be;fled wltn hour. ind waltes but de-lat the realization that the racial n i Snrvivlnu me hi. widow. Mrs. Funeral Home, Knickerbocker Ave-'gt. Brendan's Church, 10 a.m. In- nue corner Covert Street. Requiem terment Calvary Cemetery. . Richard J. Brereton of the surprised if lt approacnes iou.wu., mand u nt w, minimmn ana religious bigotry whlcn cost so; " """"'""" Amelia Schmitt Steitz; a son, Wal-.Capt j ,m mm lQtt V . li.,.. .li a toanuuic. will mas.5 9 a.m. Saturday. Patrick J. Byrnes, director. llace. and two brothers, Julius and! Butler St. station oe onereo.ine piv f"": ' - "" , rour-hour day and double time for ""' - Hundreds of Americana sol- " " at 10 a.m. Saturday at the R. C. year ;ican sons and fathers, has now again' i.. h.H in nnr m,Hf , dlf - "ilors' engineers, research j lunch periods worked. PYE MILLIE E , on Tuesday, ewis- EM PTING SISTER MARY Church of Our Lady of the Miracu- The bus drivers' slowdown was ! workers had been sent to Brazil IMELDA. on October 4, 1943. at St.loctober 2, 1945, at WurUsboro, N. Y.: lous Medal. The funeral will take aa ClMI r,tl Raited to the evident satisfaction Clares Hospital. N. Y. C. Requiem beloved wife of William its Frank S. Corcoran,1 of both union and employers. The Two Mexican ReDorteri 30 am. from the chapel W 1 1 lYltSH Jim WUi Fresh Pond Road and' . i i mass Saturday. October 6, 10:30 a m., 'services at the Fairchild Chapel, j to build naval and air bases, to i construct dams, power plants and i factories, and to help get out vital I war aupplfes. The additional at Convent of Our Lady of the Lefferta Place, Saturday, 10 a.m, 'burial will be in St. John's Ceme- (Jt 5eiZ6Q rlQntS a seven-cent pay increase, retroac- Lsarning Story Or texai tery. i ' live to Oct. 1.1944. F0rt wortn Texas (UP) Two mouths to feed strained northern Brewery Salesman Cenacle, Lake Ronkonkoma. L. i. tT,0 ,,,rTr t Interment Cenacle Cemetery. I ???JJT A Yf J" i her 4. 1945, beloved wife of Edward FEEKS JEREMIAH A., of 93-31 anc devoted mother of Mrs. Marie Mrs. Brereton died Tuesday In Continued from Fife 1 All other difference will be set-1 Brazils food suoolv. limited even .vuuug icAii.nii irpuiLcia, uciiuiiia1 . --- her home, 9935 3d Ave., at the age itled by an arbitrator appointed by ;in normal times. rranic a. uonoran oi oi-m o.iu 0 Ha. sne nad Deen n m neaiui v nf ne aoeauaie supuiien ui mi t,n war unor Board The main Mcmns uuucun H,,itnrai .run., f..w 123d Street, Richmond Hill, suddenly jzinnell, James Reynolds and Mrs. ' ' -; . .... . i-.- : . . . . . .,. . . .. .. ... ... j . . a . : I. .. .. . "v iuiw on October z; nusDana oi me mte Catherine Zinnel. Funeral Monday.' Ave., itego t-ai. a alr-ulaM i"i,i0r some time ana ner aeain was, kind tor our armeo lorcen mm iu dispute centers about one-man op-;her brother, Hugo Gutierrez, both complex problems in developing Eulalia inee Kiernan) and brother! October 8, from her home, 145-39 t be Schaefer Brewing Company, believed to have been hastened by their proper redeployment and de- eration of double-decked buses. The!veterans of Presidential campaigns'the country's productivity. They of John and Elizabeth Mullins. Fu- 157th Street, Jamaica South. Re- died Wednesday in Queens General that of her husband May 18 last, mobilization." iuiuii win Huvmice plans lor wan L-aruenas ana Jvianueii louna a leudai system in opera-employment for operators and con-lAvilo Camacho and co-reporters atjtion, with large landowners grow- neral on saturaay ai :ju a.m. iioiii qU,em mas-S at Christ the King Hospital, Jamaica, ne was ao. duih slie W8LS a nrelong resident oi: .. th Walsh Phanel 94-08 118th Street.1 rhrv. .1 in . HaI. in Serantftn. 9 . he lived in Green-' Rrnnlrlvn ?ilrvivln(r hIHn her unn "fe rrev Richmond Hill. Requiem mass at Cross cemetery. i point 38 years before moving to jS a daughter, Mrs. Rita Simano-j the Church 01 me Hoiy unna jesus. , Rego Park 15 years ago. ne "u it,h, and two grandchildren. i i ROBOTTOM - FREDERICK, on been a member of Fidelity Council, Interment Holy Crass Cemetery. Wednesday. Ortnher 3. 194.V dear r GONSALVES JOHN J on Fri-lhusband of Minnie L.. and father Lt. R. McGuinness, The ""y mdtey " into effect. Mexico City, are on a tour of Texas (struggling. There was either too plant superintendents to operate ! the cjll t0 ?ather information for mag- much or too little rain, properties under the same wag's jB.Uw, Express T.eup Iom. , im Bu gp cn fo hours and other working conaiuons In addjtj0n to the menacing tele- j Reporting for two of Mexico's rival the first problem was simple. They prevailing before the shuwown. 1 phone dispute one other major (weekly news magazines. Manana put thousands of cotton-chopping This precluded putting nto enectj walltout (xme(i in tne clly today-'and Todo, the two writers are gath-jhoes into the hands of destitute immediately any of the 15 percent the projected strlke of 30OO Raii.!ering noles on Texaa pe0ple, busi- farmers. They were loaned, sold on wage increases offered by several ( ttay Expres! Agency employes, set ness and background, so that Mexi-lcredit or paid for in seed or monev of the struck companies. The union :for Sunday at midnight. lean businessmen mav read their I at the close of the season, with the is striking to obtain a 30 percent 1 Tnls walkout has been voted in articles and know where to so in I record of 97.3 percent of all loans Knights of Columbus. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Eleanor Corcoran; a daughter, Eleanor, and three sisters, Lucy, day. October 5, 1945, beloved hus- of Frederick J. Services Saturday, band of Lulu, dear father of Anna 10 a m at tnfi Jung punerai ome, 1 Anderson, irene rensa, ruta vvlk, 795 Lincoln Place Estelle and Mildred Corcoran. Plane Navigator RUDLOFF CATHERINE J. fnee1 funeral will take place at v.M John, Edward, Frank ana Armur, at his residence, 102 Clermont Avenue. Notice of funeral later. Tjipaer nn Ocfnhur 7 mis n;if of tomorrow from his home, with the late Frederick C. Rudioff- dear requiem mass at 10 a.m. at the R. C. Rerinti From Ttrdi' Ute Eduioni increase in basic wage rates to main GRACE MARY inee Hurley), Li,,-- n, xtinn, v mnhnu nri Church of the Ascension. Burial Second Lt. Raymond J. McGuin- tain average weekly earnings for the city as well as in seven other j Texas for what they want, and whit! repaid by the end of 1944. cities. If it is staged the worst traf- : to expect w hen they get there. j Farm workers were persuaded to lie jam in the nation's history would With only three months study of! leave their homes along the coast result, company officials predict. English, Gutierrez and hts sister 1 and at the mouths of rivers to ven-The produce market and the gar- j were undaunted with their Job of ture into the interior, where the October 3, 1945. wife of the latHarry A Laeger. Services at New will be in Calvary Cemetery Patrick; beloved mother of Sgt.;Ynrk .nrf nrooklvn Funeral Home J , ness Jr., 22. of 21-10 149th St., White- 40-hour week at $60, the wartime ln-i stone, a bombardier-navigator with; come for 48 hours a week. ; the 8th Air Force, was killed in ac-j without waiting for the oil work-tion over the Ruhr area in Ger- ers' answer. Secretary of Labor many Sept. 11. 1944, according to' Lewis B. Schwellenbach and the Rev. Eugene Gray ment industry would be hit especial- reporting in Texas. James J., U. S. Army, and Catherine lg7 s 0xord Street, Friday, 8 p.m. Brunner. Reposing at New York andl- Charles A. Ringe Director. Brooklyn Chapel, 187 3. Oxford, street: reoiilem mass Mondav. Holy! VAN GOSTEIN-October 1, 1945. soil is more fertile. Sixteen farm workers' training schools were established. Improved practices in producing rice, beans, poultry and cattle were Instituted in a program ly hard. ; Although young, the two worked The strike would involve members up to their "foreign" assignment of the Railway Express Drivers and through years of newspaper expert-Helpers Union, affiliated with the ence. She started out as "clipping word received by his parents, Mr. Solid Fuels Administration tackled and Mrs. Raymond J. McGuinness. ! the job of trying to halt the spread-He had previously been reported ing strike of tupervusory workers in missing. I the soft coal fields. The strikes for Riles Set (or Today WILLIAM, retired patrolman, formerly attached to Traffic K; sur-1 vfved by his wife, Anna (nee Bea-i Family R. C. Church, at 10 a m. Interment St. Raymond's Cemetery. Edward Meyer's Son, Director. GREEN JAMES, of 192 Covert which Is being turned over to the A. F. L. International Brotherhood girl" with Nacional, worked up to I 5 Funeral! A graduate of St. Francis Xavier recognition of the United Mine gan); children, Rosemary. William, Middle Island, Oct. Jerome. Philip. James; John and services for the Rev. Eugene F.iCollege, Manhattan, Lieutenant Mc-;Workers as bargaining agent for f Street. Reposing at Murray Funeral Jeanne Holmlund, stepchildren; Gray, 85, retired Presbyterian min- Guinness enlisted in the army air the supervisors have closed 450 Home, Knickerbocker Avenue corner brothers, James, Joseph and Thomas, ister. were to be held today at the forces in August, 1942, and went mines, adled 120,000 miners and are Funeral from his home. 182 Miller Middle Island Presbyterian Church,! overseas in June, 1944. three months' costing 661,000 tons of coal daily. Avenue, Saturday. Solemn requiem where he was pastor in 1925 when: after receiving his commission. Mr. Schwellenbach planned to 10 a.m., St. Malachy's R. C. he retired. He died Wednesday ini Surviving besides his parents are vile the soft coal operators' nego-Church. I the Nassau-Suffolk General Has- three brothers. Warren, James and tiatlng committee and U. M. W. Arrangements by John Metzner. ipital, Copiague, after a brief ill- Donald McGuinness. -president John L. Lewis to a connect fAi-0Mp fnmnrrrtni in Hivuiis A nrn- Covert Street. Requiem mass 10 a.m. Saturday. HART SUSAN P., on October 3, 1945, formerly of Brooklyn, N. Y., dear daughter of the late William J. and Helen Hart, and devoted sister of Teamsters. "doing a "question of the week" for; Brazilian Department of Agrioul- Settlement or the New Jersey La Prensa, and now is with Todo. j ture as Americans leave the ccmn-bakery drivers' walkout ended black i Gutien-ez' desire to take an ac- try. market practices during which as itive part "in bringing real liberty to re leaving Brazil swak- much as 40 cents was charged for a' Mexico" gained experience on the ned to the possibilities of a loaf of bread. Carloads were smug-, lecture platform as well as with the brighter agricultural future," Car-gled past strong picket lines and pen. jdlnelli said. housewives pooled cars to go across! Natives of the southernmost state State lines for bread. i of Mexico, Chiapas, they received Trade School Reserves No new developments were seen their high school education there , w o I today in the walkout of 85 wholesale, Classes Tor VeiS Unly bakery drivers, which is halting de- Surplus Radio EauiDment Philadelphia (URj Ex-GLs know liveries to neighborhood bakeries, L , " . that their future success depends or in the threatened walkout of mo- 10 Be Sold by 225 Makers a great deal upon education, tion picture operators set for Chicago UR Between $3,000,000.-! Takf 'or example, the situation Oct. 19. nnn nri i'lfionnnnnnn in the Spring Garden Institute. WELHAM Oll October 4. 1945 1 o l JiUi,,an ho n ii craHll. .. tnr cltini th slrlVe HTinpral Saturriflw Q'3tV ttteit r nm nun,.. e.--t unin.-a '-!' r ft I..,., V.t -. ....... .......... ...w. . .of Helen that V lWVCI ITIBII JBC Some 465.000 U. S. workers were cat'- Im .tPilmi. Anrl lmifAF.i( n home. U Norman wtfc 0f Henry J. and mother of Lt. t !l 'i0"1 '.l.t -T , -r a.m. from her ;er Road, Upper McHiklair. N.J. Solemnj Wilfred C. U. S. Army, and Victor hM "m iTwt before TrUmQIl O. K. SOOn cording to a United Press tabula- in am iT rac1aneir.,i : .1. . 111:111 v.... ... . requiem mass - - ' -' - weuimii. oeiviLes ul 111c wiuiaiii coming east, prior to oeconung pas-: tjon R, C. Church, Upper Montclair. In-ptsiler Funeral Chapel, 1230 Bush tir nf tlif Miridlp Island rhnrch he Continued, from Page 1 " -- wmh nvenue. oaLiiraav at i pin. f ih. Dru.K,,to,i,i ..... - lerment woiy uross cemetery. Jere J. Cronin, Inc., Director. Interment will follow at Evergreens h- n Vflnhank For manv vears .iru,.. r..... tn .im nr1,re 90 0 ot Dbld Vets ' Meanwhile, officials of the United and radio equipment, produced orlg-jo'dest trade and vocational train- KELLY-MARY, on October 3, at Cemetery. ;he had bfen active ln Uie Boy and for better housing should come Believed Employable fim, her home, 631 Slat Street, beloved WILES-LIIUE. October 4, 1945. Scout movement on Long Island. rfom the State surplus fund. Chicago (U.R.-Ninety percent of TZl i m JoTmr' t'"?? ? radio ' n" 0 mother of James. John, Mary, Ger- at her residence, 1562 Hendrickson His wife, Mrs. Frances E. Gray, died "The time has come." he said. America s disabled veterans are n-' ,udinhree1n Brook ?lanuractu"M throughout the na-, t drN'p trude and Margaret Kelly; sister of jstreet. beloved wife, of the late some time ago. "wl.e nwe ought to expect decent ployable, according to Milton D.: Another conferenre i 'n'JlCCOrdl,l? 10 th? Reconslnjc-,.d,y Classe8 for "-8"vlce mrn Mrs Helena Fewer, Gregory indiUonei.mother of Mrs. Grace Bacon1 Surviving are two daughters. Mrs.! returns from the taxes we pay into Conn, national commander of Uw'iduled t()dav Bmoiuh instil nt i t" nance Corporation. "" Bernard Kennedy. Funeral Satur- and Frank McCumber. also sllrvivpd William Koschara. with whom ne the State." Disabled American Veterans. Ucns affected are tLh" , ex-irv nrn of Wortd W. I ! day at. 10 a.m. from R. C. Church by tnrpe gl.andchildrpn nd olle lived at Coram, and Mrs. Earl C.i Outlining a series of reforms Since the Veterans Administration l q and th Moses HosofuU RP,m tit -T T" ?v.han of St. Agatha, where solemn requiem great-grandchild. Services Saturday Norm of Manhattan; fne RMnd-. which he promised to put into ef- provides total disability compensa- Belh U MWM wa which w.ll be dapt- (.11 mass will be offered. Interment St.,,. , Interment Evergreens children and two gieat-giandehil- lect. the Democratic-A. L. P. can- tion for about 10 percent of all dis- , " . abie for use bv P0'1" aild de" , .in . J I".!? ; inhr: rtir nirertion nt Tier-' . H.. -u ...;n ...... . ir .ki.j i, .ow i. .-i Sflon Fpnturp Doononinn Dartments ;" lram far g. eater number uwini a .. . ,t:pmrrv uiiii. tiiiir7 .miiu. i m Kill iMNr a. ivji. m.uicu vtririano. lie .aiu. 11 iiiii.l i- ' ,, . of World War II veterans. nf mnnou tt pan't pnmo frnm the h avtiinlprl that, t.llf ntllfr 00 iifr. n , t v.- ,iid, .i 1 "e "irt 111! . HC I u. el s H ;so OLi nard S. Murphy Josiah Q. Perry I city but we have the right to ex- cent of them, who are only partially orted l ' Pse of ,'',dl",! " J pect some of it from the Stale." disabled, are employable." . d 8 0,81 ,ocer sLo'e "", tion uniu-., fie.d tplephone sou,, Bank Deposits High In CEemoriam KIMBERLY WILLIAM C. The Association of Manufacturers of Confectionery St. Chocolates an Belfast. N. Y Ool. 5 Josiah Q r 1-Vnimo.r liW nn I hp Th riiighkri nrfor imnlninunl liui": MIUU 11" lu cehS. inuai ucvur.- run nuiir uridiuu. of V'l FARLEY In loving memory IvAJl-l 111 living UICHIM! V all - li II f Wo ' " JU..IUV. u .... u..u..u.uu f.. . . . u......,. dear mother, JANE V.. died .Per,'-V- 6n; .le"s'"n ''''j1 k ,: , lle platform bv his running mates. Vln- to pensions. Mr. Colin said, and He decided the best way to let cus- died his heme J!11 PP'un.S banks are's, the highest Deak nounces with great sorrow the death State Assembly, at , im,, f nt,- rmmrii .,n, inhc fnr i v ..... for commercial use October , 1943. Masses offered of its executive secretary and treas in the State's history. Resoiuces total tl76.744.227. , . . impMiiv.tii, .ui vii.' u........ ,.,u,v i. w.v..u ,1, v.. iu- umi.iu miuw nr hhs iruriuiis as here yesterday of a heau : 111l, ieiu- President; Borough President Cash- liee the potential burden of Ue to pUu-e a hard-to-buy commodity i LOVING CHILDREN urer. Mr. William C. Kimberly. All members and friends are requested - llltiri KfMKIIIV I I" I fl 1. 1 II 1 1 lllllliri X Mir V nn Ca a In lllnn i nt 1 1 r. , , . ,...u. MILMORE In loving memory of stalf since 1933 , , f.,.nin.l,l ,., ' u.uuu. , WHJ lllll I1IFIUV ft 1 V ID KC1C fie lOinieilV Oiat- ri..t.aft Clali,,: Allnmaii iUe V. "nm-nrnmont ddciii.Im " xa- ,,i.l i..u .. i i , Walter S. Cook to attend services at the residence, MARY V. MTIJUORF.. hn rtierililn.H t. In N,r Vnrlt onri .s " .vl" " ' . , - . ' " " - "-."" "r soap, soap -uNOOKiJKATXu 1320 E. 23d Street, Brooklyn, on Fri- October 5. 1943. Masses offered. li ,imv Vntm'n hv slator, renre- Maeuonaia, canmcaie tor uis, c snou a set tne example for pnvate backed up his advertising judg- but nfrifiny davat8Dm I ; , j. , ., , . 1 Attorney, ana AssemQiy Minuiay niaiisiiy oy employment, oi more ment and no casua ties were re- oay at a p.m. ln our hom. ln Is fondlv rcm.mbrrrd. 'sen inc metrODolita i districts'. , T i c..i . .i i.: .i,... t . . j. ... . i j In onr home tin Is fondly rem.mbrrrd, DIGNIFIED AiLoui FUNERALS At H50 A toriei of 'act i ipontortci occo-I'fjnotlv b tViIIioti Duniqan I Son luTiluci liAlli OillllUL. viirtii turn aiiaic in ncivii.r ui.Mtuiru poilrO . sunnnrt. for Mr. O'Dwver. with leleians." flwett memories cilng to her name; Thone who loved her In life slncerelT Still lovf her in death lusl Lhe same. tfy.lSSCS one dissenting vote, was approved Preferences for the disabled, he Husband, Children, Grandchildren. LEONARD MARY FLORENCE (nee Fely, October 2, 1945, beloved wife of William J.; mother of Corp. William J. Jr., 9th Armored Division, TT. S. Army; Pfc. John Jerome, 14th Air Force. U. S. Army; Vincent Paul MPKNTER-Tn 1nvln ,emnrv nf ,v " "'P'esentat. e Assemo.. manna . a.e jiistiiiea on tne f lirnnOT . WEIS-MemorUil services will be a rievoted and loval frie d MR- Ule NPWSPPer ulla ' "as.s or sacruice tnat service y frrJ ULIinnl J . .. . ... ..... oevoiru nnu m.vni uirnu, maiv , a nnmmpH tnrim- Hisnh eH veteran hv miito" ' ,,,u sufw; m t. neia lor our son. rvi. wiiuourt oARET UVIN McENTEE. Mass at " " ' " and Mary Eugenia Leonard: sister tiiri piaster riurtnic the Cfril Wr . . , Uurrn Mrtnria rHe-bratrd imn Jiihilfi; her cnldrn jiibile in IKK and her diamond in IHH1 . . . The I Hi h Amendment. Prohibition, la the uni? Amendment ot the Constitution to he repealed. STt PMAN WK13. on sunaay. ucio-iSt charies Borromeo Church, Sat ber 7, at Trinity Lutheran Church, urdayi October 6, at. 12:20. 18th Avenue and E. 8th Street,; HER FRIENDS. OUR FUNERAL HOMES ifoomvit 151 Lhdn Iftllewd BUcknlmttr (-1204 Syitri Artnuw,n 2'SSSS 1211 FUUmim Avt-BUckmiutw 242SS-7 150-10 Htlttld sIlfnMiMfe, (-SSTO SJ-JJ Farul SnmM HEfwiun J-0900, - rlluhia( J-6600 TTIM lLA0 S7irorrt.WrttSrihton-ClbfiltrJ-505 MANNATTAM 117 Wftt 72nd SUMt-lRafalfar 7-9700 14St Flnt Stii ItMiotidf 4-SSilO MONK 1 Wmt 190th ttrtft-Mymond 9-1900 1S4 E. Tnnrnit Svt.-tU4low 7-1700 341 Win Avfnw-MOtl Hmi 9-0272 MtATCHIATflf Brooklyn EBBERS-HILL Cliatu Htui funeral Chapel 519 Clinton Avenue G. E. FUHRER, Lie. Mgr. GEORGE D. CONANT Meodinier Funeral Parlon Personal Service; Modern Facilities Convenient Location 1120 FLATBUSH AVE. Uckmimter 2-0247 L HZ IIVN.s(l IM.ACE J ml lhe L I. R R IVpot 1 r' and 1 f 7501 Sih A.enu 7Il65lhStrMi i i BROOK 1.1 N, M. Y. i 1 tort C SJ.rk.t. i k psiixK hi), road s.uea 4 of Helen L. Cobb, Frank and Joseph Feely. Reposing John T. Gallagher Funeral Home, 2549 Church Avenue. Requiem mass Church of the Good v v Shepherd, Avenue 8 and Batchelder t , Street, Saturday, 10 a.m. ' VHal notice accepted 8 a m. to 2 p.m. tor publication the ' lome day; o late as 10 p.m. Saturday night tor publication. WlllUM DtlNIGAN t SON F'jfeerrf Dirpffnn . ?4H DK Al B AVI. or.f ps. vr a MDNTnnwFOv i leo 5. Sheridan Funeral Service 2603 Church At., Cor- Roffrt Tel. BUcUmin.t.r 4-3837 CEMETERYJ'LOM SACRIFICE FAMILY CEMETERY PLOT Perpetual care. Value $400; will sell for less, Three graves, six Interments. Valhalla Burial Park, staten Island. Telephone TRi-angle 0-5700. Mr. PHILLIPS. 114 MamtrMc Snu WtilH Mtint 39 MAIn 2-0531 PSff lor ft flffscnJffvt Nf Ottli

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