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Masters, Clara Allen, Dora Bell, Ina CI. eiflo. Peter De Meo. Emilia Dlnkelmeyer, C. Farrell, Edward Flynri, Maurice Grosch, Albert MacDonald, M. . Manlscalco, Vito Meyers, liouis Murray, Francis Needham.C. O'Neill, FrancU Parks, Janet Reddy, John Grundy, Frank Gucciardo, C. Ryder, James Spellman, C. Story, Daniel Gundersen, G. Kelley, Josephine Van Wicklen.E. Kelly, C. F. Tuozzo, Elvira Kirkpatrick, M. Vanderputten, S. Leibowitz, Gussie Whitty, Edward Macaluso, J. Wingate, Charles AMRENS AUGUSTA M. (nee Hunken). February 7. 19o4, of 68o V IRrh Rt.rwt. at. I advsmith. Wis - , .... f COnSin, DeiOtCU VlliC Ul U1C laic u-tiiiam h Ahrens. mother of Ahrens, Augusta Mrs Aueusta w. Bauer and sistenMolly Fretdman, Rose Itzcovitz, o." Matilda M. Weber. Friends may call at the Fairchild Chapel, 951 Atlantic Avenue, Thursday, after 11 a.m Service at the Church of Redeemer, Ditmas Avenue and E 21st Street, Thursday. 8 p.m. , Interment Lutheran Cemetery, Baturday. ALLEN DORA, on February 9, 1954, beloved mother of Eleanor Smith and John 8 Allen. R M mwUl b.e" at nTeU at Walter B. Cooke, Inc., Funeral . Home, 117 W. 72d Street. New Yorki""1 Home . 264, Beach 116th City; Requiem Mass Blessed Sac- rament Church. Saturday, ANTHONIAN H ALL records I tilth deep sorrow the death of JOHN J. REDDY, a life member. Madeleine W. Smith. President. Loretto A. Hanny, Chairman, Aux. ... BtL-Tuesoay, February , in a FLETCHER BELL, of Auburn, New York, w(dow of Jesse C. Bell and formerly a teacher in Brooklyn schools, No. 176 and No. 187. Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Friday, February 12, at the Lester Brew Funeral Chapel. Auburn, New York, and at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, February 13, at the Clinton Wood1071 Halsey Street, on Wednesday, ( Memorial Chapel, "Windsor, NewjFebruary 10, 1954. Survived by York. sister, Agnes McCullough, and nephew, Arnold McCullough. Re-i CHEIFFO-PETER A, on Feb-lpajng u Murrav funeral Homej ruary 8, of 455 Avenue U, beloved m Knickerbocker Avenue, corner husband of Concetta; father of Coverr. Street! Remiipm Mass Sat- Molly Cheiffo, Mrs. Mary Chiara,jurdaVj 1Q a m rourteen Holy Mrs. Lillian Gallo, Mrs. Louisa Bachigalupo. Thomas Cheiffo. Re posing English Funeral Home, 2190 McDonald Avenue; Mass of Re quiem SS. Simon and Jude R. C. Church, Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Inter ment Calvary Cemetery. DE MEO EMILIA, on February t, 1964, beloved wife of the late Rudolph; devoted mother of At- tllio, Dr. Edmund De Meo, Ettore, Louis, Mrs. Margaret Rinaldi, Mrs. Emily Rabito and Mrs. Rose Pao- linl; also survived by 17 granfchil - dren. Reposing at TorregrosBa Fu-.K. r.eral Home, 345 Avenue U, Brook- lyn. Solemn Requiem Mass at Our Lady of Guadalupe R. C. Church on February 13, 10 a.m. In-! MEYERS On February 10, 1954, terment Calvary Cemetery. : LOUIS J., of 241 60th Street, be-Under direction of Pietro Caccia- lovetl husband of Mollie; devoted juida, DINKELMEYEP. CHARLES J, on February 9, 1934, balaved husband of Catherine ( Bradley) and father of the late Elizabeth and Anna; also survived by two grandsons. Solemn Requiem Mass Saturday, 10 a m , at St; Saviour's R. C. Church. Repofiiv- at Parlor of Wm. C. Ringe, 361 7th Avenue. Interment Calvary Cemetery. FARRELL EDWARD THOMAS, February 10, husband of Anne mee Murphy) ; brother of Frank, Kath i leen and James Farrell. Funeral from Walter Cody Funeral Home, 1093 St. Nicholas Avenue, 165th Street, Saturday, 9 a.m..; Requiem Mass Church of St. Rose of Lima, 9:30 a.m. FLYNN Suddenly, on February , 1954, MAURICE J., of 428 41st Street, beloved husband of Catherine; devoted father of Mrs. Cyril Gomer, Mr. Richard Greene and M. Joseph Flynn; brother of Mrs. John Tolendine, Michael and Patrick Flynn. Funeral from Schae- ievs Funeral Parlors, 4th Avenue!Minni W mp mpI-i- Hptri! ana ua eireei, aaturaay, reoruary 13, 8:45 a.m.; Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Michael's R. C. Church. Interment St. Charles Cemetery. (SANDY), February 8, 1954, loving son of Albert and Dorothea (nee McNulty); devoted brother of Ju-i dith, Peter and Donna; also survived by grandmother, Florence Grosch. Funeral Saturday, 8:30! Am Anlpmn RwilliAm f n em o t- nrrection R. C. Church, 9 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Reposing at Byrnes Funeral Home, 2384 Gerrittsen Avenue. GRUNDY FRANK F on February 10, 1954, father of Mary Chandler and Joseph F.; grandfather of Carole Ann Chandler, Anna Rizzo, Catherine, and Patricia Grundy. r ranees i runerai from Walter B. Cooke, Inc., Funeral Home, 20 Snyder Avenue ' Services to be arranged. GUCCIARDO CABMELO, of 8698 15th Avenue, on February 9, beloved father of Vincent, Gior lands Importuna and Josephine Baranello. Reposing at the An drew Torregrossa Funeral Home 1305 79th Street, until Saturday Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Fin-bar's R. C. Church at 9:45 a.m. Interment St. John's Cemetery. GUNDERSEN GUNHILD, Feb- vary 10. dear mother of Sigrid Peterson. Reposing at the Halvor-sen Chapel. 5310 8th Avenue. Services Saturday, 10 a.m. Interment the Evergreens. KELLEY JOSEPHINE, February 10, 19S4, of 180 Sumpter Street,! daughter of the late John and Josephine Kelley. Service at the Fairchild Chapel, 951 Atlantic Avenue, Saturday, 10 a.m. Featuring Service and Mconomf 44 7th AVENUE, BROOKLYN Corntr St. Jhi'i rttrn ST. 3-0644 115 ATLANTIC AVENUE Nfr Henry Street, Brooklyn, N, T. MA. 4-1398, 9 MA. 4-8130, 36SS Newly renovated, Air-Conditioned, Dkcloas ehftpoli. Chipels Available la All BoroUfhf Vincent D. Cronin, Waller A Cronin KELLY Suddenly, on February 8, 1954, C FREDERICK KELLY, son of the late Lieut. James H. Kelly and Rosalie Castlewhite; beloved brother of Grace M. and J. Bertram Kelly. Funeral from his residence, 1115 Carroll Street, Saturday, 8:30 a.m. Solemn Requiem Mass St. Ignatius R. C. Church, 10 a.m. Cross Cemetery. KIRKPATRICK MARY, on February 10, 1954, of 92-24 Wood-haven Boulevard, Woodhaven, devoted mother of Alfred, W. Kenneth, John and Marvin Kirkpatrick; beloved sister of Williarr. K. Hamilton and Rebecca Latham; also sur vived by six grandchildren. Services at the N. F. Walker Funeral Home, 87-34 80th Street, Wood- 1 haven, Friday, 8 p.m. Funeral Sat- urday. 2 pm. Interment Cypress Hills Cemetery, 1 i FiRn.Trrr:iTSSiE nt 5912 " , Quentln Road, dear mother of Fannie Halpern and Ben Leigh; devoted grandmother and great- grandmother. Services Friday, 1 r.m., Westminster Chapel, 1153 Coney Island Avenut. Interment Baron Hirsch Cemetery. LONG ISLAND GENERAL ASSEMBLY, FOURTH DEGREE, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, announces with sorrow the death of CtH ITnl.1.4 IAUV f DmnV iSS iT. Z,'Ta Hold Memorial Mass baldric. CHARLES P. GRAVINA, Faithful Navigator. J. Courtney, Scribe. M. MACALUSO JOSEPHINE, February 10, wife of the late Frank; Idevoted mother of Josephine Gov- ernara Anthony, Ignatius. Angelo and Santa. Reposing at Cusimano &Russo, 230 Court Street; Solemn Requiem Mass Saturday, 9:30, Sacred Hearts-St. Stephen's R. C.i Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. MacDONALD MINNIE A., of ! Martyrs R. C. Church. Interment'951 Atlantic Avenue, Sunday, Feb. St. John's Cemetery, MANISCALCO VITO, of 605 1st Avenue, Asbury Park, New Jersey, husband of Elvira Tusy. Funeral from Cusimano & Russo Chapel, 200& W 6th Street. Rmnlclvn. fiat- jurdav. 9:30 am- Mass nf R.nniem st Mary Chnrrh. lo:ts n m. in terment St. John's Cemetery. MASTERS CLARA EVERETT, in her 88th year, beloved sister of Mrs. George H. Chapin Jr., Harris Masters and Arthur Masters Services at Chapin Home Chapel ; Jamaica, L. I., Saturday at 11 a.m. brother of Mrs. Reise Walsh, Mrs. Grace Gray, Mrs. Ellen Fuitz, Mrs. Arthur Dickson and Nola. Service at Schaefer's Funeral Parlor, 4th Avenue at 42d 8treet, Friday, February 12, at 8:30 p.m. Funeral Sat urday, 10 a.m. Interment Long Island National Cemetery MURRAY FRANCIS. February 1954. dear brother of Mary Kelly, Sarah Paterson and James of Scotland. Reposing Kennedy's Chapel, corner Church and Rogers Avenues; Solemn Requiem Mass St. Catherine of Genoa R. C. Church, Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Charles Cemetery. NEEDHAM CATHERINE, on February 9, 1954, formerly of 91-55 90th Street, Woodhaven, beloved sister of Mrs. Richard Eivers. Funeral Saturday, 9 a.m., from Wal ker's Funeral Parlor. 86-07 Jamaica Avenue; Requiem Mass 9:30 am., St. Elizabeth's R. C. Church. Inter ment Holy Cross Cemetery. Joseph Redmond, Director. O'NEILL FRANCIS W, on Feb ruary 10, 1954, beloved husband of father of Frank W., Thomas J., Mvra F. and Jaclt O'Neill. Reuos- ing at Keams fc Sons FunerallHonorable George A. Wingate, re-Home. 1504 Bush wick Avenue, cor-1 "red judge of Surrogate Court, ner Furman Avenue. Funeral at,uraay 9 a.m. Solemn Mass of Requiem Our Lady of Good Coun sel R. C. Church. 9:30 a.m. PARKS JANET R, February t, suddenly, at her residence, beloved sister of Herbert L. Parks and the late Mrs. Lillian Foran, Charles M., Ella C, Thomas L. and dear aunt of Adele A., Dorothy G., Mrs. Mar- jorle Moore, Alfred H., Charles L. and Herbert V. Funeral from her residence, 577 4th Street; Requiem Mass St. Saviour's Church, Satur day, 9 a.m. PARKWAY COUNCIL. NO. 1433, KNir.HTS OF COLUMBUS, an nounces with sorrow the death of p,.,, r.r,nH mnv i REDDY. Members will assemble at Bennett Funeral Home, 2S4 Beach 116th Street, Rockaway Beach, Friday, February 12, 8:30 p.m. JOHN J. FLYNN, Gran4 Knight. John V. Sullivan, Recorder. KEDDY JOHN J., on February 10, devoted father of Rt. Rev. Monsignor J. Jerome Reddy; dear' brother of Catherine Allen. Re-! posing at the Bennett Funeral Home. 264 Beach 116th Street, Rockaway Park, until Saturday, 10:30 a.m.; thenoe to at. Francos de Sales R. C. Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. flowers. Masses preferred RYDER J.AMES R., on Febru ary 9. 1854, devoted husband of Sally and brother of Mrs. Frances R. Ryan, Mrs. R. J. Shannahan of Chicago and Mrs. William Downey of 8taten Island. Funeral Saturday, 8:30 a.m., from chapel. 44 7th Avenue; Requiem Mass St. Charles Borromeo R. C. Church, 9 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Direction Jere J. Cronin, inc. SPELLMAN CORNELIUS, Feb ruary 8, 1954, husband of the late Margaret. Survived by niece, Mrs. Grace Hartan. Reposing at Chapel of J. Albert Barron. 60th Street at 5th Avenue; Requiem Mass Our Lady of Perpetual Help R. C. Church, Saturday. 9:30. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. JOHN W. LAMBUI INC. Lata Model CADILLAC CARS To Hire for All Occasions -TB ST. at 3RD AVE. rfcen friara Mmt S-triM-l Prompt and Ceorteooa Service Chas. G. Wingate, Of Boro Family, 81 Havertown, Pa., Feb. 11 Charles G. Wingate, 81, son Interment Ko'.y'nf On. Georee W. Wineate of Brooklyn and brother or Gen. George Albert Wingate, former Kings County Surrogate, died Tuesday in Bryn Mawr Hospital. He resided here with his daughter, Mrs. Orville Wasson, at 2419 Merwood Lane. Mr. Wingate, who made his home for nearly 00 years in Amityville, L. I., before coming to Pennsylvania, was formerly a superintendent with a con struction firm. r or manv years ne was a momhr r,f tha Amilvv-illo Vnl : member of the Amit.vville V ol unteer Fire Department, and at one time was active in the 23d Regiment, New York National Guard, Brooklyn. His wife, Mrs. Grace Winter Wingate, died some time ago. . Services will be held at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the John Stretch Funeral Home, 230 E. Eagle St., here. Burial will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn. Father Duffy Chapter The annual memorial mass for members of the Father Duffy Chapter, ltwth Infantry. I (the 'Fighting imh") and Aux iliary, will be held Feb. 22 at 10 a.m. in St. Agnes R. C. Church, HI E. 43d St., Manhattan. There are five American Legion Posts in the country named for Sgt Joyce Kilmer, another immortal of the old 69th. STORY DANIEL. February 11, 1954, of 8124 Fort Hamilton Parkway, beloved husband of Jennie A. and devoted father of Daniel E Service at the Fairchild Chapel, ruary 14, at 8 p.m. TUOZZO ELVIRA, of 561 49th Street, Brooklyn. Reposing Scar-pacl Funeral Home. 711 4th Ave nue, until Monday, 9 a.m. VAN WICKLEN EMILY S on Tuesday, February 9. 1954, former resident of 232 N. Henry Street, Greenpoint, beloved mother of William, John A Frederick, George and Robert Van Wicklen and Eleanor A. Rohde; devoted sister of John Delehanty and Charlotte Ulscht; also survived by six grandchildren. Funeral from the A. Chester Smith Funeral Home, 122 Meserole Avenue, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, Saturday, February 13, 9 a.m.; Solemn Requiem Mass St. Alphonsus R. C. Church, 9:30 a.m. Interment St. John's Cemetery. VANDERPUTTEN February 10, 1954, SARAH, beloved wife of the late Richard; devoted mother of Marguerite V. Helburn of Al-lentown, Pa., and Alida F. Vander-putten; sister of John F. Murphy. CwiS r5 Saturday. 9 a.m.; Solemn Requiem Mass. Our Lady of Angels Church, m 19J. lwo years later ne at 9:30 a.m. Interment Holy Cross'Was made advertising manager Cemetery. WHITTY EDWARD M.. of 360 97th Street, on February 11. 1954 beloved husband of Kathleen (nee Butler); father of Ann Marie Kathleen. Betty Ann and John Edward Whitty; brother of Brother Albert Dominic, Thomas, John and Christopher Whitty. Funeral fiatur day, 9:30 a.m., from Clavin Funeral Home, 7722 4th Avenue. Requiem Mass St. Patrick's Church, 10 ajn. WINGATE Died February 9, CHARLES G., husband of the late Grace Winter Wingate and father ol Mrs. Orville Wasson of 2419 Merwood Lane. Havertown. Penn- sylvama; son of the late General George Wingate; brother of the Brooklyn. Funeral services Friday, 7 p.m., at Funeral Home of John Stretch Jr., Eagle and St. Dennis Roads (Oakmont), Havertown, Pennsylvania. Interment Green Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York, Saturday at 1:30. Sgmgmbrattrgfl ALIANO FILOMENIA. Happy birthday in Heaven, mother. The CHILDREN. Arkttnuilf&gmrnts CUNNINGHAM--The family of the late WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM acknowledges with grateful appreciation the kind expressions of sympathy from friends. The FAMILY. GOULD FRANK. Died Febru ary 11, 1930. Forever in our he&rta. Please omit!Loving Wife, MARY; Children MAE, JOHN and GEORGE. LUNDIN CHARLOTTE. In lov ing memory of my mother, who passed away February 11, 1946. On took her away It araj Hie mil. But in our hearta aho hveth atlll. Son, EDWIN, and Granddaughter, LORRAINE. MAGIOLO FRED. Passed away February 11, 1951. ' Hla memory la aa dear today At la tne hour be Loving SON and DAUGHTERS. MULVEY BERTHA In memory of a devoted daughter and loving sister, who passed away February li, 1951. Mass offered at St. Charles Church. Mother, Sisters and Brothers. PIRO FUNERAL HOME Our Nttr Cfcpf Ideally located DE It. ALB A VANDERBILT AVES. STer ling 9-1535 ftrftnehi Park CsrlUn At, Rites Set for John J. Redd, 98, Belle Harbor Pastor's Father - The funeral of John J. Reddy, 08, father of Monsignor J. Jerome Reddy, diocesan direc- John J. Reddy tor of Catholic Charities and pastor of St. Francis de Sales Rev. Robert B!ay, Evangelist, Pennsy Dining The Rev. Robert James Blay, bo, evangelist wno for many years conducted noonday Gos pel meetings in the financial district, Manhattan, when off duty as a dining car pantryman for the Pennsylvania Railroad, died yesterday at his home, 287 Hal.-iey St. He recently underwent an operation and was he-lieved to he recovering when he succumbed. Mr. Blay, who was an associate pastor of Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church, Lewis Ave. and Decatur St., was horn in llrooklyn, the son of the late Frederick Blay, the third col ored policeman to be appointed to the police force in Kings County. He started his evangelistic work in Manhattan 30 years ago, and held tne respect ot bankers, clerks, brokers and Charles J. Durban, Former Official of U. S. Manhasset, Feb. 11 Charles Jerome Durban of 81 Kensett Road, Munsey Park, former assistant advertising director for the United States Rubber Co., Manhattan, died yesterday in Norfolk, Va., while on a business trip. He was 61. Born in Philadelphia, Mr. Durban .became associated with I ule -a owies nunuo iu. of U. S. Tires, and later when the Fisk Rubber Co. was merged with United States Rubber, he was named advertising director of its tire division. In 1943 he became assist- Henry J. Podesfa, World War I Vet A solemn requiem mass for Henry J. Podesta, salesman and production manager for Parker, Stearns & Co., Inc., will be of fered at 9:45 a.m. Saturday in Our Lady of Refuge R. C. Church, Ocean and Foster Aves The funeral will be held from the McManus Funeral Home. 2001 Flatbush Ave. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Podesta, who lived at 2004 Glenwood Road, died Tues day in Memorial Hospital, Man hattan. He was born in Man hattan and in World War I served as an Army sergeant. During World War II he worked as a civilian with the Army Engineers, spending a year in N e w f o u n d 1 a n d and Alaska. He was active in vet erans' affairs and was a mem ber of the Holy Name Society of Our Lady of Refuge Church Surviving are his wife, Mrs Eleanor I. Haynes Podesta; a son, David; two sisters, Mrs. Sue Zerillo and Mrs. Ernestine Timoney, and two brothers, An thony J. and Arthur J. Podesta. Louise N. Grace, Kin of Ex-Mayor North Hills, Feb. 11 Louise Natale Grace, 78, daughter of William Russell Grace, who was Mayor of New York in the 1880s and founder of the ship- pin? concern of W. R. .Grace & Co., died here yesterday at her home, Gilcrest. Miss Grace painted a number of murals which were once exhibited in the galleries of the Maison Francaise in Rocke feller Center. The paintings, made for the living room of a house near Tucson, Ariz., de- nicted the wildlife of the Arizona desert and mountains Miss Grace was a former trustee and vice president of the Lilhus Gilchrist Grace In EBBERS-HILL, Inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS CLINTON AVENUE CHAPEL S19 Clinton Av., Brooklyn MAln 2-0531 Church, Belle Harbor, will be held Saturday from the Bennett Funeral Home, 264 Beach 116th St., Rockaway Beach. A solemn requiem mass will be offered at 11 a.m. in St. Francis de Sales Church. Monsignor Redely will serve as celebrant, assisted by the Rev John Conlon and the Rev. Jo seph A. Grogon. Mr. Reddy, who formerly for many years was connected with the Department of Public Works, died yesterday in the rectory of St. Francis de Sales Church, where he had resided for several years. He was one of the pioneer members of the Knights of Columbus In Brook lyn, and former treasurer and grand knight of Parkway Coun cil. A charter member of the Diocesan Union of Holy Name Societies, he served as its first secretary. His wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Reddy, died in 1929. Surviving besides the Mon signor is a sister, Mrs. Catherine Allen. Burial will be in Holy Gross Cemetery. Car Pantryman others who heard him preach. At every opportunity he preached at Wall and Nassau Sta., and at times at William St. and Maiden Lane. He had been with the Pennsylvania Railroad 21 years. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Edith Blay; two daughters, Mrs. Charlotte Blay Crawford, a teacher at Public School 25, Brooklyn, and Mrs. Doris Waters, wife of Army Capt. Paul E. Waters, stationed in Germany. There also are two brothers, Richard and Paul Blay, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Mt. Lebanon Church, with the Rev. Dr. C. L. Franklin, pastor, and the Rev. O. D. Dempsey, assist ant pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Evergreens Ceme tery. Rubber Co. ant advertising director, tinuing to supervise all advertising. con- tire Mr. Durban was former president of the Little League, Inc., which sponsors a nation wide baseball program for boys in the 8-to-12 age group. At one time he was president of the American Television So ciety, an organization founded before the general advent of television to promote advertis ing possibilities. He was a member of the Lambs. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Kutn imiien Durban; a son, Charles; a daughter, Mrs. Mar- jorie D. Hayward, and a sister, Mrs. Aglae Groat. Widow, Son Share Musante Estate Agostino Musante. who died at his residence, 1342 E. 29th St. on Sept. 19, 1947, left a $32,000 estate, according to a tax affidavit on file today in Brooklyn Surrogate's Court. Mr. Musante left $27,000 to his widow, Rose, of the E. 29th St. address, and $5,000 to a son, John A., of the same address. A daughter, Adele L., will not share in the estate. She also resides at the E. 29th St. ad dress. M.H.(Reb) Russell Services Are Held Funeral services for McKin ney H. (Reb) Russell, linotype operator for the Brooklyn Eagle and an employe of this newspaper for 20 years, were held today in the Moadinger Funeral Parlors, 1120 Flatbush Avenue. Mr. Russell, who lived at 128 Hawthorne St., died Monday of a heart ailment. He had been ill for two months. Born in Jacksonville, Fla. Mr. Russell was a printer for many years on the Jacksonville Journal. He came to this city 25 years ago, and was a mem ber of Typographical Union No. 6. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Pauline R. Russell; a daughter, Mrs. Doris Bordeaux of Hop- kinsville, Ky.; three sons, Don-old, a student at New York Uni versity; McKinney, now with the American Friends of Russian Freedom in Germany, and Keith, a TV performer, and a sister, Mrs. Lottie Tuten of Jacksonville. stitute at Tennant's Harbor, Maine, founded bv the Grace family in memory of her mother. A sister. Mrs. Georee Ed ward Kent of Jericho, survives GEORGE T. HcHUGH NEAL V. KOCH Funeral Directors 3014 Ave. S. Brooklyn 29, N. Y ChAt AvIUM Kvorrvher DEwey 9-9053 ; ,- 4 , 75 5 HAPPY KILLER Harold Bodenheim ond his wife, station, Manhattan. Janet R. Parks, Retired Teacher Janet R. Parks, retired public school teacher, died Tuesday at her home, 577 4th St. The funeral will be held Saturday from the residence, with a solemn requiem mass at 9 a.m. in St. Saviour's R. C. Church, 8th Ave. and Gth St. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Miss Parks began her teach ing career at Public School 132 after graduating from Brooklyn Teachers Training School, which later became the Maxwell Teachers Training School. She transferred to Public School 28, remaining there until her retirement 15 years ago. For a number of years she maintained a Summer home in Sayville. Surviving are a brother, Herbert L. Parks; three nephews, Alfred H., Charles L. and Her bert V. Parks, and three nieces Mrs. Marjorie Moore and Adele A. and Dorothy G. Parks. Tots Take Oaths As U. S. Citizens Continued from Page 1 ritizrn.s, and particularly their parents: "Voo're thrilled by this historic event, bnt not any more than I am than we are here." United States Attorney Leonard P. Moore assured the 49: "We are proud to welcome you here today." Edward Shaugh- nessy, Aew lork district director of immigration, called the event "this great graduation day," more momentous' than the little citizens are ever likely to experience in their schools. j Some of the youngest of the new citizens wandered about the courtroom during the OO A a "Vi I lfl rnn iti11 V.I1UU1 t U niii. (HIV no one minded. There were some interesting children among them. There was 8- vear-old Chaim UMIkln ' Chaim corrected, as children all over the world like to do), born in Shanghai during World War II, there with his father, bearded Rabbi Samuel Walkin of 616 Empire Boulevard. Born in Pinsk, Poland, Rabbi Walkin fled across Siberia, to Japan, to escape the Russian Communists, then was sent to Shanghai after Tearl Harbor, eventually arrived safe in the United States. Now he is rabbi of Congregation Beth Aaron at the Km- pire Boulevard address, and supervisor for a bread company. He himself was naturalized a year ago; three other rhildren will become citizens in the near future. Or, there was 3-year-old Peggy Brennan, who came here, a month-old orphan, from Sherbrooke, Canada, and was adopted by Frank Brennan of 79 Clearstream Ave., Valley Stream and with her, posing shyly with her for the photographers, Jimmy Conway, also 3, also a boy from Sherbrooke. Jimmy was adopted by Jim Conway, a Telephone Company worker with Mr. Brennan. Air. Conway died more than a year ago, and his widow, Anna, of 230-27 117th Ave.. Rosedale. Queens, was the one who took the oath for Jimmv. 1 AUCTION SALE WALTER H. HALLOWELU Auc tioneer, sells Feb. 17, 1S&4, at 11 a m., at ln3 Hope St.. Brooklyn. N. T.. One 1949 Btilck, Motor 54773305. Se rial Jt35287222. Account. Joseph Ca-tacchio. Conditional Vendee; Commercial Slate Bank k Trtut Co. of -N.Y., Assignee. WALTER H. HALLO WELL, Auc tioneer, sells Feb. 17. 1954. at 11 m.. at 153 Hone St.. RronVlvn N V One 1951 Nash. Motor JSF12574. Serial JtD12627. Account. Rudolph E. Di- Pnetus. Conditional Vendee; Com mercial State Bank & Truet Co. ot . Y..Assu;nee. WALTER H . HALLOWELU AUCi tioneer. sella Feb. 17. 1954. at 11' a.m., at lo3 Hope St., Brooklyn. V Y.. one 1951 Pontiac. Motor & Serial CP8UH69734. Account. Anthony Amo- deo. Conditional Vendee; Commercial State. Bank & Trust Co. ct N. Y.. Assignee. WALTER H. HALLO WELL. AUC-ttoneer. iflls Feb. 17. 1954. at 11 a m., at 153 Hone St.. Brook vn. N. Y.. One 1951 Hudson Sedan. Motor & Serial 6A-31J02. Aernunt. Morris and Tillie Friedherg. Conditional Vendee; Chase. National Bank. Assignee, BROOKLYN EAGLE, Weinberg, 25-year-old confessed killer of poet Maxwell Ruth, grins for cameramen as he is booked at E. 5th St. Bodenheim Killer Continued from Page 1 dared. "This is all a political mixup. The District Attorney and the prosecuting attorney will lose their jobs." After several attempts to pacify Weinberg, Magistrate Private Hospital Curb Is Urged Continued from Page 1 ; for contributions by relatives to blood banks. j (!. Other excessive charges such as $6 for 53 cents worth of penicillin, $10 for potassium muni tusi. me w ords and that the Association cents, etc. lof private Hospitals has of- Goldstein arged lawa pro- fered to establish a committee vidlng for State licensing of, on grievances to handle corn-private hospitals, improve-plaints." ment of supervision, forbid- He said his office had reding nse of the word "foundaceived 2,000 complaints against tion" or other words that private hospitals last year. Seek Showdown On Korea Peace Continued from Page l'Molotov would commit himself meeting of the ministers this week and the sixteenth of the conference. At the first secret session Monday, the West rejected Molotov's proposal for a Big Five conference on world problems with Red China, but asked GERMANS CHEER DULLES Berlin, Feb. 11 (U.PJ U. 8-Secretary of Slate John Foster Dalles went to the opera last night and received more applause than the ginger. A West Berlin audience spotted Mr. Dalles in a loge at the conclusion of the first act of Wagner's "Die Wal-kare." Mr. Dalles had to stand and bow five times before the applause finally quieted and the opera could resume. f ... "ussia to intervene m. Peiplng regime to get Korean P?ce talks. s?rted. nd halt shipments ti Vietrmnh aggres- sors in Indo China, Gained Nothing in 1st Round Western sources said the foreign ministers accomplished nothing in their first round on the Far East. Mototov at that time offered no answer to the Western min isters' request that he use his influence in Red China. The Russian's tight-lipped re-, action caused no concern be-; cause It was not expected that Walter INCORPORATED New York' largest funeral Directors pvery day we serve new families because of common knowledge of our fine facilities and our considerate observance of every wish. Complete Funerals from 185 I'&uitttn antormation j 20 Snyder Ave. UL.ter S-48W Thursday. February Ulh McDEKMOTT. Roie A. It:30 A.M. al Chapel DAVIS. Cileries D 1:00 P.M. at Chapel Solarder. rebruart Ufa CARNEY, Bajward g:M r.U. at Chapel SO Seveelk Av.oee MAk 2-855 Saturday, COEN, Jamea February 13th t oo A.M. at Chapel 150-10 HiUaUe Ave. JAaeaica C-M70 Thurtday. February Jit DOOa. Alice I :l r M. at Ckapcl SCHMIDT, Hrnrjr John J li r M at Chapel CEHKBABDT. Mara-aree ;:u P.M. al Chapel KB ODER. Loul.t ! 4S P.M. al Chap4 20 Snyder Avt. at Flatbush Ave.-Ulster 6-4800 50 Seventh Avenue MAin 2-S5S5 UNIIAl HOMff IN MANHATTAN-II0NX-OUEINS THUR., FEB. 11, 1954 17 1 - 'J . , iff y i t i ' MiilftiiWirfonir'ijfiiiiMiminiMMiiiiiiHiiiiw Disrupts Court Pagnucco ordered him committed to Bellevue, and Weinberg was led to a detention pen, shouting as he went: "I didn't even have a lawyer. I didnt even hare a fair hearing!" ni Mead the public info thinking a profit-uiakJns oi-ani.a-tion was a rharitnhlp one, and iilcntifii allon of tlip "true owners." He noted that some of the jprivate nospitals h;u good rec. before consulting the Kremlin and Peiping. Mr. Dulles, Mr. Eden and M. Bidault appeared readv to continue discussion on Molotov's proposal for a Big Five conference with Red China next Spring to take up all problems of. International tension. There was no likelihood that the Westera ministers would give ground In their argument that Red Chiaa ha no right to deal generally with the big-power nations on global Issues. But the Big Three were prepared to negotiate with Peiping representatives on specific issues in the Orient such as Korea and Indo China. Western diplomats felt certain, even before the secret session began, that Molotov would suggest that the Western powers deal with the Red China government directly. PHILIAS J. E. SICARD Tat Only French-Canadian LICENSED fTNKRAL nlRFXTOR 4.NO KMBALMKR IN NEW YORK r.t Jaadlaen Ave. at St St.. N. T. C. iS ilwll LEhigh 5-2993 AUCTION SALE WALTER II. HALLOWELU Auctioneer, si-llH Fob. 17. 19J4. at 11 a.m.. at 153 Hope St.. Brooklyn. N. Y., One 1W9 Chevrolet Coupe. Motor GAM234294. Serial s 14CJF1TS24. Accr.unt. Catherine anil William Con- ides. Conditional Vendees; Chase Na tional Bank. Assignee. WALTER H. HALLOWELU Auctioneer, sells Feb. 17. 19.)4. at 11 a.m.. at 153 Hope St.. Brooklyn. N. T.. One 1950 Old.imobile Sedan, Motor 8A32293H. Serial 50LH929. Ac count, Benjamin L. Fishmnn. Conditional Vendee; Chase National Bank, Assignee. B. Cool.c 158-14 Northern Blvd. FL 3-6W0 Saturday. February 111 WEINGABTEN, Herman t :(WI P.M. at Chapel 117 We.l72.dSL TRafaljar 7-9700 Friday, Februmry Itth MCLCAHT, Haw are 11:10 A M at Chapel PENDER, Flerenre 1 :IN P.M. at Chapel COOK, Henry Jerertfar. 1 00 P.M. al Chapel February lltk BABBIGAN. Michael :W A M. al Chapel ALLEN. Dora DAT. Erfard A.M. at Chapel all A M. al Chapel SAMIEI.. Minnie 1:0 T M at Chapel

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