The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on June 3, 1951 · Page 25
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ilbury. Cha.rle eStlen.Mtvy .. i Aaastasio. A. 15om,Dr. J. St.' mtUwell, Laiy i JUis, Theresa town, William Callahan, Anna i?ay, Frank Dietaen, eo c wards, Mary Sell, Mary ) i,iner, Isabel Krumra, Dustave Maloney, Agnes McGulre, Mary McKnlght, Harry McMenamln, W. Meeds. John Mikolajczak, M. F. Mills, Margaret O'Connor, Martin O'Donnell, E. O'Shea, Michael Papen, Anna Quinn, Jane 'Prankfltti Robert Rapp, Marie ifogenbacher, J. Beimer, Emma "ttinsen, Mary Shea, Timothy navey, C. J. Smith, Darwin rfodnett,Mary F. Tackney, C. .oflmsnn, Louis Toomey, Frances Wvey, Mary Winham, Albert Kennedy, F. 3. Zellhoefer, H. C. A LB URY CHARLES W June 1, beloved husband of Anna; father of Gloria Palmer; son of Hattie; Mother of Paul, Willard, Everett r-od Ruth Knowles. Reposing at the Halvorsen Chapel, 5310 Bth tAnenue. Services Monday, 10 a.m .Interment The Evergreens. -MARY A., on June 1 mWARM MARY fnw Plun-l KRUMM GDSTAVE A. Jr., May! keit), on June 1, 1951, loving mothers!. 1951, or loo eeeiey oireei, oe- of Loretta Herbert, James ana John; also survived by nine grandchildren and seven great-grand children. Reposing at Chapel, 267 7th Street, corner 4th Avenue. Funeral Tuesday, 10:30 a.m.; Mass of Requiem Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. EELLS MARY L., May 31, 1951, beloved mother of Henry B. Eells. Service at the Fairchild Chapel, 951 Atlantic Avenue, Monday, 2 p.m. ELSNER ISABEL, on June 1, 1951. of 590 E. 21st Street, dearly beloved mother of Frank Spicker; also survived by three grandchildren and one great-grandson. Re posing at waiter B. Cooke, inc., Funeral Home, 20 Snyder Avenue. Interment Tuesday morning, private. FRANKLIN On June 2, 1951, of 1710 Woodbine Street, ROBERT C, beloved husband of Florence Franklin; dear father of William, Mrs. Everett Sawyers, Mrs. Hollis Hale, and brother of Alfred Franklin. Funeral service at Boyertown Chapel, 40 Lafayette Avenue, on Monday at 8 p.m. John J. Flood, Director. KiSgt. WalIerC.Pike,G. A. Krumm Jr., Served in Japan Funeral services for Sgt. Wal- loved husband of Mary (nee Luby devoted father of Robert A ; dear son of Gustave; fond brother of Louis Krumm and Julia Clrillo. Solemn Requiem Mass Monday, 10 ajn.. Immaculate Heart of Mary of Joseph 6. Duffy; 7703 SLbJter C. 'Pike of 2902 Foster Ave Avenue. who aiea April id in iok o, win be held at 8 tonight at the wai ter B. Cooke Funeral Home, 20 Snyder Ave. Burial will take place tomorrow in the National Cemetery, Pinelawn, Sergeant Pike, who was with the Headquarters Company, Northern Command, was stationed at Sapporam, Hokaido. With him In Japan were his wife, the former Rae Plender-leith, and their children, John, Richard, Gall and William. Born in Scotland, he had served in the Pacific with the Navy in World War II. '-ALLEN- '1351, beloved aunt of Theresa Con-Mrs. Thomas J. Leahy and Gertrude and Edmund F. Allen; devoted cousin of John J., Thomas J. and Daniel A. Riordan and Mrs. Jahn F. Middlemiss. Funeral from Peter J. Geis Funeral Home, 5734 ifitaroa Avenue. Tuesday, 9:30 a.m.; 'oolemn Requiem Mass St. Matthias R. C. Church. 10 a.m. Interment flialvary Cemetery. ' ANARXASTrt ANDREW, of lll;ment Malmonides Cemetery. A'vnue J,' June 2, 1951, beloved . ,, ,a fewDand of the late Stella Maria;l HASEN - On May 31. 1951 r f,,h. f Thin. r.Piupr MARY (nee Neville), beloyed wife iuvcu nifties wvj.jtiw Frances Gambino, Rosa Hughes Alfonso. Andrew, Salvatore and -Ralph Reposing at Henry McCad-tin & Son, 24 7th Avenue. Notice funeral later. BLOCK JACK M., M.D., beloved husband of Clara; devoted ('ther of Cecile Covey and Jerome M.; dear brother of Sarah Levy. er vices Jewish Memorial Chapel, Fitkin Avenue at Eastern Parkway, .1:30 p.m. Monday. Interment fjiollwood Park Cemetery. ' "BOTHWELL LAURA A., of 2150 Bedford Avenue, June 1 1951, wife ,f the late Thomas E. Bothwell; ..mother of the late Harold and Roy jBothwell. Service at the Fairchild Chapel, 951 Atlantic Avenue, Tues d.ay-3 p.m. Interment Green-Wood V-tmetery. L BRASS THERESA, on May 31 3951, beloved wife of John W.; irother of Louis F. and Emily T.; 'also survived by two grandchildren. Member Star of Hope Chapter, No. 48. O. E. S. Services at Fieseler Funeral Home, 33-58 Fulton Street, near Crescent Street, Cypress Hills, Sunday. 8 p.m. Funeral Monday, 10 i. Interment Evergreens Ceme-"lry. BROWN WILLIAM FRANCIS, ijged 55, born in Newfoundland, resided at 364 64th Street, Brooklyn. Passed away suddenly, Friday, tD.m. Episcopalian Ohurch serves 8 p.m. Sunday. Masonic services 8:30 p.m., Sunday, at Fred toerbst Sons, 7501 5th Avenue. Interment in Bonavista, Newfoundland, C ALLAH AN ANNA T. (nee Kennedy), on May 31, 1951, of 91-43 79th Street. Woodhaven, beloved wife of the late Deputy Chief John J. Callahan (N. Y. F. D.); devoted Another of Mae L. Callahan, Julia Dolan, Helene Bittner, Ann T. wiechert. JoseDH A. Callanan ana ' l$L?t. William S. Callahan, y. S. A. F.; also survived by sev-trtt. grandchildren. Active mem ber of St. Elizabeth's Ladies Altar -01 Society and Ladies Auxiliary oi Mary Immaculate Hospital. Fu-ijeral from the N. F. Walker Funeral Home, 87-34 80th Street, Woodhaven. Solemn Requiem Mass Monday, 10 a.m., St. Eliza- Htth's R. C. Church. Interment 5t John's Cemetery. DEASY FRANK P., on June 1, Jftl, of 275 Euclid Avenue, beloved tiUfband of Martha; devoted layer of Daniel C, Grace E., James T. and Thomas E.; dear brother of tones, William, Edward, Daniel ima Mrs. Nellie Burke. Reposing J, J. Gallagher Sons Funeral Home, 2i Aberdeen Street, between Broad-.v.ay and Bush wick Avenue. Solemn Requiem Mass Monday, 10 a.m., at llessed Sacrament Church, Inter- "ft Calvary Cemetery. DIETZEN LEO, June 2, 1951. be- Jjfd husband of Cecelia (nee xehl) ; devoted father of Muriel V, ;lia and Robert L.; loving brother of Jess, Louis and Paul. Services Monday, 1 p.m., at the Mc-IL.ius Funeral Home, 2001 Flat- bush Avenue. Interment 1:30 p.m., Pinelawn Cemetery, Long Island, MALONEY AGNES (nee Martin), on June 2, 1951, of 305 Lafay ette Avenue, devoted wife of Rich ard; loving mother of Joseph, Ellen Gillen, Catherine Shannon and John Vreeland of Paterson, New Jersey; also survived by two grandchildren, Richard ana Mar garet Shannon; two sisters, Mrs. John Guirelli, Mrs. Alfred Phillips of Paterson, New Jersey. Reposing at Chapel, 187 S. Oxford Street. Funeral Wednesday, 8 a.m.; Sol emn Requiem Mass Queen of All Saints R. C. Church, 9:30 a.m. In terment Holy Cross Cemetery. Direction of Jere J. Cronin, Inc. McGUIRE MARY, of 7613 3d Avenue, on June 1, beloved wife of the late William; mother of Jo sephine Ketner and the late Corp. John J. McGulre, United States Army; also survived by nine grand children. Funeral Monday, 9:45 a.m., from Clavln Funeral Home, 7722 4th Avenue; Requiem Mass at Our Lady of Angela Church, 10:15 a.m. McKNIGHT HARRY, on June 1, 1951, beloved husband of Anna (nee Keller); dear father of Elsie Thomason and Harry Jr.; brother of Charles and Anna Sommers, Funeral from the Daniel J. O'Sul-livan Funeral Home, Lenox Road at Rogers Avenue; Solemn Requiem Mass All Saints Church, Tuesday, 30 a.m. Interment Holy Rood Cemetery. McMENAMIN On June 1, 1951, WILLIAM P., of 373 9 2d Street, be loved son of Ann and the late William; fond brother of Mrs. Marion McFadden and Dorothy. Fu neral from Darraugh's Funeral Home, 8813 5th Avenue, Wednesday; Solemn Requiem Mass St. Patrick's Church, 10 am. Interment St. John's Cemetery. MEEDS JOHN, on June 2, 1951 dear father of Margaret Lo Duca. Reposing at A. Gennarelli Funeral Home, 41st Street and 10th Avenue, Brooklyn, Mass Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., St. Catharine of Alexandria Church, interment St. John's Ceme tery. MIKOLAJCZAK MICHAEL F., on June 1, 1951, beloved husband of Nellie, and father of Frank, Bernard, Mrs. Loretta Larsen, Mrs. Reglna Strianese. Stanlev. Mrs. Michael Bratko, Thomas F. andlMary Ienuso, Edward and Thomas. John J.; also survived by twelve Reposing at the ChaDel of E. H. HAGENB AC HER JULIET, beloved- wife of David; devoted mother of Robert 8.; dear sister of Birdie Stahl, Tessle Greenfield, Viola Tasch, Charles K. and Lewis K. Jacobs. Services Monday, June 4, 10:30 a.m., at "The Boulevard," 374 Empire Boulevard, near Nos-trand Avenue, Brooklyn. Inter- of Olaf M.; mother of James, Jerome and John; sister - of Catherine Gerrie, Irene Nicholson, Jo sephine Allen and James Neville. Reposing at the Galligan Funeral Home, 978 Bedford Avenue, near De Kalb Avenue. Requiem Mass Monday at 9 a.m., St. Patrick's Church. Interment St. John's Cemetery. HEAVEY CHRISTOPHER J., June 1, beloved husband of Catherine; devoted father of Kenneth, Ann and Christopher Jr.; also sur vived by five grandchildren. Re posing at his residence, 1303 E. 57th Street. Solemn Requiem Mass Tuesday, 10 a.m., Mary Queen of Heaven R. C. Church.- Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Howard It Howard, Directors, HODNETT MARY F., on June 2, 1951, of 195 N. 6th Street, be loved wife of Thomas; devoted mother of Mrs. Edward Down, Mrs. grandchildren and two great-grand children. Reposing at Funeral Home, 231 Bedford Avenue; Solemn Requiem Mass, Tuesday, 10 a.m., at St. Vincent de Paul's Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. J. J. Gallagher Sons, Directors. BROOKLYN EAGLE, SUN., JUNE 3, 1951 25 Lockwood, 255 21st Street, until Tuesday at 9 a.m.; Solemn Requiem Mass at the R. C. Church of Our Lady of Czenstochowa. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. MILLS On June 2, 1951, MARGARET A., devoted mother of Thomas E. TarDev. Mrs. Marearet HOFFMANN LOUIS C, of 80-82 Postel and Genevieve Mills. Fu- 222d Street, Queens Village, on May 31, 1951, aged 60, beloved husband of Emma M.; dear father of Mari anne E. Strung and Lucille R. Hughes; devoted grandfather of Norman Miller Strung, Bruce Louis Strung, Jed Hughes and Michael Hoffmann Hughes; brother of Anna J. Willmeier and Lucy Ten nyson. Service Sunday, 8 p,m., at George Werst Funeral Home. 71-41 Cooper Avenue, Glendale. Funeral Monday, 2 p.m. Interment Evergreens Cemetery. Member of Olt-mans Lodge, No. 446, F. & A. M. HOVEY MARY E. (nee Tobin), on May 31, wife of Frank J. Hovey; sister of Sister Assumpta Maria, Sisters of Charity of Mount St. Vincent, and Margaret Wheeler. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m., from Clavln Funeral Home, 496 Court Street; Requiem Mass St. Mary Star of the Sea Church, 10 a.m. KENNEDY FREDERICK G., on June 1, 1951, beloved husband of the late Elizabeth (nee Deering); loving father of Mae Lewis, Sally Islip, Elizabeth Schneider, Alice Gremillot, Frederick Kennedy Jr., Margaret Dolan and Arthur Kennedy; also survived by ten grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Reposing at Edward D. Lynch & Son Funeral Home, 43-07 Queens Boulevard, Sunnyside, Long Island, until Tuesday, 10 a.m. Solemn Mass of Requiem St. Catherine of Genoa R. C. Church, Brooklyn, 11 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. neral from William Dunigan & Son Chapel, Rogers Avenue and Mont gomery Street, Tuesday, 9 a.m.; Requiem Mass Holy Cross R. C. Church, 9:30 a.m. O'CONNOR MARTIN, suddenly, on June 1, beloved son of the late John and Mary. .Reposing at the Daniel George Funeral Home, 1852 Bath Avenue, until Tuesday, 9:30 a.m.; Requiem Mass St. Flnbar's Church, 10 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Deat&s REIMER May 31, 1951, EMMA, in her 80th year, beloved wife oi the late Louis H.; devoted mother of Mrs. Henry L. Behlert and Louis M. Reimer. Services at Fred Herbst Sons Memorial, 7501 5th Avenue, Sunday, 4 p.m. Interment Green-Wood cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined. SHEA TIMOTHY, on June 2, beloved husband of Josephine (nee Shea): loving father of Josephine; brother of Thomas and Norah Murphy. Funeral from his resi dence, 1169 76th Street, Tuesday; thence to the R. C. Church of St Ephrem, where Mass will be offered at 10 a.m. Interment St. John's Cemetery. James F. McKeon & Son, Director. SMITH DARWIN R., suddenly June 1, 1951, at Brentwood. Long Island, beloved husband of Harriet L.; devoted father of Mrs, William Ley, Dr. Allen E. and Roy E. Funeral Tuesday, June 5, at the Sydney Y. Sullivan Funeral Home, 42 24 Avenue, Bay Shore. Long Island, at 10 a.m. Kindly omit flowers. TACKNEY CATHERINE (nee McCabe), on June 1, 1951, of 56051 4th Avenue, beloved wife of the late John; loving mother of Reverend John Tackney, CBS.R.; Reverend Clement Tackney, C.SS.R.; Sister Leontine, R.G.S.; Sister Aurelia, R.GS, and Captain Stephen Tackney, U. S. N.; Mrs. Elizabeth Heymann, Margaret and Gerard; also survived by 11 grandchildren. Reposing at Chapel of J. Albert Barron, 60th Street at 5th Avenue. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. Solemn Mass of Requiem Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. TOOMEY FRANCES S., June 1, 1951, daughter of the late John and Anna; dear sister of Joseph, Reposing Walter B. Cooke, Inc., Funeral Home, 20 Snyder Avenue, near Flatbush Avenue. Solemn Requiem Mass St. Francis of Assist R. C. Church, Tuesday, 9:45 a.m. Inter ment Holy Cross Cemetery. WINHAM ALBERT E sud denly, June 1, 1951, of 44 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, beloved hus band of Jeanne Ballot Winham; son of Bert and Etta Winham; brother of Elsie Fawcett and Gertrude Winham. Service at the Fairchild Chapel, 951 Atlantic Ave nue, Sunday, 4 p.m. Interment private. Butcher, 53 ; The funeral of Gustave A. Krumm Jr., 53, who for many years was in the butcher busi ness at 212 Kings Highway, will be held tomorrow from the Chapel of Joseph G. Duffy, 7703 5th Ave. A solemn requiem mass will be offered at 10 a.m. in the Immaculate Heart of Mary R. C. Church, Fort Hamilton Parkway and E. 4th St. Burial will be in St. John's Cemetery. Mr. Krumm, the son of Gustave A. Krumm, a retired butcher, died suddenly Thursday in his home at 100 Seeley St. He was born in Manhattan and had lived in Brooklyn since childhood. Nearly all his adult life was spent in the butcher business. He had owned his own business in Kings Highway for the last 23 years, and was a member of the Retail Meat Dealers' Association. Besides his father, he Is sur vived by his wife, Mrs. Mary uiDy Krumm; a son, Robert A. Krumm; a brother, Louis Krumm, and a sister, Mrs. Julia Liriiio. Robert W. Gladstone Ottawa. June 2 (U.R) Cana da's Senate was reduced to 87 members today with the death of Robert William Gladstone, 71-year-old Liberal and member of Parliament from GuelDh. Ont, Gladstone, a member of the upper house since 1949, died yesterday of a heart ailment. Funeral services and burial will be in Guelph. The official Senate standinar now is: Liberals, 78; Progressive Conservative, 9, and vacant, 15. OTTO K. TONNESEN OF M. I. T.,Mrs.MaryMcGuiref boro scout, dies of POLio.Oold Star Mother Back home from college for a few days' vacation prior to a sports conference in which he was to participate, Otto K. Tonnesen, 20, who had just completed his third year at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, died yesterday of polio at the Kingston Ave. Hospital. He had been ill only three days. His home was at 1761 51st St. A former Eagle Scout, the M. I. T. student was one of five Brooklyn Boy Scouts who represented the borough in the sixth International Boy Scout Jamboree in France in August, 1947. He and the others were selected for their ability to accept responsibility, carry through a job, leadership qualities, teamwork, Scoutcraft abil ities, the knack of getting along with others and practicing in dally life the Scout oath and law. Young Tonnesen was brought to this .country from Farsund, Norway, as a small child by his parents, Wilhelm and Frieda Tonnesen, and had made his home in Brooklyn most of the time since. He was graduated from Brooklyn Technical High School before entering M. I. T. While in school here he won trophies In swimming and was proficient in basketball, soft ball and bowling. He was a member of the Arista, the school glee club and bandat tsrooKiyn lecn. He naa been active also in the young people's work at the Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Free Church, 749 59th St. Three years ago, in the first of a series of articles published in the Brooklyn Eagle on the problems of youth as seen through their own eyes, the then Eagle Scout, junior assistant Scoutmaster and all-around athlete said that the practical thing to do to combat juvenile delinquency would be "to ad vance the idea of a religious revival among people." He also said that he believed Scouting could be used as another curb on juvenile delinquency. tThe funeral will be held at p.m. luesciay at the church with the Rev. T. B. Tergesen, senior pastor, and the Rev. O. Gjerness, associate pastor, offi ciating. From 10:30" a.m. to morrow until 4 p.m. Tuesday the body will be at the Halvor-en Chapel, 5,310 8th Ave. The funeral will be held at 10 a.m. Wedneday, with burial in Evergreens Cemetery Mrs. Mary McGuire, a Gold Star Mother, died Friday after a long illness. She was 78 and lived at 7613 3d Ave. Mrs. McGuire, widow of William McGuire, was a lifelong Brooklyn resident. For the last 18 years she had made her home in Bay Ridge. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Josephine Ketner, the sole survivor of nine children. There also are 10 grandchildren. One of Mrs. McGuire's sons, Corp. John J. McGuire, was killed in action overseas in World War I. A solemn requiem mass for Mrs. McGuire will be held at 10:15 a.m. tomorrow at Our Lady of Angels R. C. Church on 4th Ave. The funeral will be from Clavin Funeral Home, 7722 4th Avenue. Lt. George Lochner, Pilot Instructor Lt. George Hughes Lochner,,stitute. He enlisted in the Navy of 33-21 208th St., Bayside, U. S. Dec. 11, 1942, and under the Air Force fighter pilot instruc- V-12 program majored in aero-tor, and World War II veteran,! nautical engineering at Rensse- was buried vesterdav in the Pinelawn Xational Cemetery. Funeral rites were held the night before in the funeral parlors at 214-43 39th Ave., Bayside. Lieutenant Lochner, 27, son of George C. Lochner, a salesman for Tiffany, and Mrs. Anna Lochner, was killed Tuesday in a plane crash at Waco, Texas. After graduating from Bav-slde High School in 1939 with top honors in science, he received a part-time scholarship w urooKiyn folvtechnic In laer Institute. Later he entered the Navy's control -tower school at Atlanta, where he was first in a class of 80. In 1949 he was graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. Last Fall he completed his course in the pilot instructor school at Selma, Ala. Besides his parents, he is survived by a sister, Mrs. Dorothy Inghram of Mason, Mich. Additional Obituaries Vital notlcei accepted 8 a.m to 2 p.m. for publication the same day; as lot as 10 p.m. Saturday night for publication O'DONNELL EDWARD, May 31, ZELLHOEFER HERBERT C. 14 WaltetB. Coolie, Inc. New York's largest Funeral Director There are many reasons for the outstanding service rendered by Walter B. Cooke, Inc. Among these are ita highly efficient management; the finest of equipment and the readiness to offer completely honest counsel. Tio other funeral director cervei to many families. Complete Funerali from $150 FUNERAL INFORMATION 20 Snydfr Avt. ULittr 4-4800 Monday. June 4th PESCE. Alfred F. 8:80 A.M. l Cbapel PIKE, Walter Cook 13 Noon at Chapel SIMMONS, Edward B. I:IH( P.M. at Chanel BRINK, Alrrieda 2:00 P.M. at Chapel u . Tuesday, 'une ith V:1S A.M. at Chapel SL8NER, laabel 11:30 A.M. at Chapel $ Seventh At. MAip. 2-8585 Monday. June ith McGUIRE. France! E. y 0:OO A.M. at Chapel Tuesday, June 5th LENTINA. Marr :HO A.M. at Chapel KEARNEY, Patrick E. 11:00 A.M. at Chapel 150-10 Hilhide At.. JA. M70 Monday. June 41K BROWN, Albert E. 1 :M) P.M. at Chapel Turaday, June Sin ACETO. Ralph 9:00 A.M. at Chapel TRAUGOTT, Charlea w:SO A.M. at Reilder.ee SMITH, Edward G. 1:00 P.M. at Chapel 158-14 Northern Blvd. FL. 3-6600 Monday. June ith COVELLI, France. :.10 A.M. at Chapel Tuesday. June Sth CONNOLLY, Arthur W:30 A.M. at Chapel i0 SKYBER AVENUE AT FUTIUSM AVENUC-UUter 6-4(00 .50 SCVmTH AVWUE-MAlci 2-4MS. s , v ; FUNdtAl HOMBS tti M06KIYN MANHATTAN - MONX - 1951, native of County Donegal Ireland, beloved husband of Nellie (nee Carroll); devoted father of Michael and Marie. Funeral from Walter B. Cooke, Inc., Funeral Home, 347 Willis Avenue. Bronx, Monday, 9:30 a.m.; Solemn Requiem Mass SS. Peter and Paul s Church, 10 a.m. Interment St. Raymond's Cemetery. O'SHEA MICHAEL F suddenly, June 1, 1951, retired Fire Lieuten ant, N. Y. F. D., beloved husband of Estelle (nee Atkins); devoted father of Robert, Kathryn and James; dear brother of Mamie Morris; also survived by four grandchildren. Reposing at the Funeral Home of J. Clement Kearns, Bushwlck Avenue and Pilling Street, until Tuesday, 9:30 a.m.; Solemn Requiem Mass Fourteen! Holy Martyrs R. C. Church at 10 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. PAPEN ANNA, on June 2, 1951. beloved wife of Bernhard; loving mother of Walter; two sisters, one brother and one grandchild also survive. Funeral services Monday, 8 p.m., at Frank J. Hans & Sons Home for Funerals, 192-07 Ja maica Avenue, Hollis. Interment Tuesday, 1 p.m., Green-Wood Cem etery. QUINN JANE, of Baldwin Garden Apartments, on Friday, June 1. 1951, beloved sister of Josephine Parks; devoted aunt of Allen J. and Newton F. Parks. Reposing at Weigand Bros. Funeral Home, 24 S. Grand Avenue, Baldwin, until Monday, 9:30 a.m. Requiem Mass St. Christopher's R. ' C. Church, 10 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. RAPP MARIE, June 1, 1951, of 224 E. 35th Street, beloved wife of the late Henry; devoted mother of Walter. Reposing Kennedy's Chapel corner Church and Rogers Avenues. Solemn Requiem Mass Church of St, Catherine of Genoa Tuesday, 10 a.m. Sheridan Service. entered into rest June 1, 1951, son of the late Charles and Emilie Zell hoefer and brother of the late Mil dred Z. Sherwood. Service at the Fairchild Chapel, 951 Atlantic Ave nue, Tuesday, 2 p.m. WHY YOU CAN CONFIDENTLY CALL AN ASSOCIATION MEMBER Like every professional man, the funeral director has his professional associations, now more than half a century old. Association membership indicates the desire for greater knowledge and further progress; the acquisition of improved techniques, better methods; a determination not to be left behind in the eternal .march of time. A RECENT SURVEY OF THE COST OF FUNERALS conducted locally ihowi that oi each on thousand: JS150 133 wer up to 168 were from $151 to $250 181 wer from $251 to $350 186 wer from $351 to $450 332 were mor than$450 Th figures do not Include newspaper noticea, transcripts, cemetery and crematory charge, religious services, extra automobiles, N. Y. C. Sales Tax and similar items. acknotolcDgmcnts BOLLINGER The family of the late Pvt. ROY G. BOLLINGER Company K, 11th Airborne, of 2615 Newkirk Avenue, wish to express their thanks to all Clergy relatives and friends for their kind sympathy The FAMILY. BYRNE The family of the late MARY AGNES DOWD BYRNE desire to express their grateful ap preciation to the Reverend Clergy, Brothers, Nuns, relatives and many' mends lor their generous expres-: sions oi condolence in our bereave-1 ment. EDWARD L., MYLES J.. Mrs. WILLIAM DUYCKNICK. GRANT The family of the late CATHERINE M. 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