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The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York • Page 9

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York • Page 9

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HAGGERTT On January 1945, LILLIAN, devoted sister ofi Mi Lt. Joseph MacGregor, First To Land in France on D-Day Frederick Ficken, iPvt. R. V. Donnelly, Oil Firm Executive Once Listed Missing Mr.

Phillip McElynn and Richard Haggerty. Reposin WUllam A. Martin Puneral Home, Classon Ave BROOKLYN EAGLE, FRI JAN. 26, 1945 9 Seaman Describes How He Strangled Girl, 20 nue comer Sterling Place. Puneral ii.Tin.

Elsie IX. Joseph MacGregor of 533 Stta Saturday, 8:30 ajn. Requiem mass St. Teresa's Church. Interment Holy SnJr Murk.

Harry Sr. Cross Cemetery. St, paratrooper and first American soldier to land In Prance on D-Day. First reported mlsui In Pvt. Roy V.

Donnelly. 30. of 1668 E. 53d was killed Sept. 11 while flehtlne with an armored division in Services for Frederick R.

Fkken. who retired Dec. 1 as assist: controller of the Socony-Vacuum OU Company, with which he had been HELMS CHARLES, on January Erik Gustave Blixt, 3a. a mer- was kUled in action Jan. 9 at Bas-togne, Belgium.

He had returned to vMr than A( a mill 24. 1945, aged 75 years; loving father of Anna Bruckner and John Helms I Ojon. Alberi peiers, Henry putt. MatUda H. Poers, Michael Rorke, T.H.

A active duty Dec. SI, a day after being be held at 8 o'clock tonight at his (message from the War Department! chMlt Mnian- was to" home, 482 9th St. Mr. Ficken. 63.

received by his father, Richard Den- dy fr tn murder of Mrs. Ann 5-died there Wednesday nighl of a'nellr. Before enterinz the service Fredrickson. 20. whose strangled and brother of John.

Services Saturday, 2:30 p.m., at Chapel. 66-04 Fresh Pond Road, Rldgewood. Interment Lutheran Cemetery. stroke r- in March. 1942.

he worked for the body was found early yesterday in Atlantic St Pacific store on 11th hallway of a furnished room wounded for the second time. He was 28. A member of the Pathfinders Group, Lieutenant MacGregor landed In Prance about midnight Ave, Borough Park. strahi, nennaa house at 425 48th St, where she lived. I Direction of Robert P.

Wasmund. JOHNSON LEONARD on A native of Brooklyn, Private June 5, 1944, an hour and a half Donnelly mas graduated from Public School 203 and then attended Blixt was arrested late last night1) In the Ragnas Bar and Grill, 5320, before the main body of the Ameri whit. set. O.J m'ti can parachute troops and several Madison High Softool. Th greater where he had once been! January 24.

1945, beloved husband of Hazel; son of Charles brother of George, Charles Mrs. Harriet Nolan and Genevieve. Puneral pL hours before the arrival of other A native of Brooklyn, Ficken entered the employ of trw company in 1904, serving at first as a clerk In the foreign accounting department. He became chief clerk in 1911 and In 1915 was appointed manager of the department. He was named assistant controller In 1933.

Surviving are his widow, KJrs. Antoinette B. Zobel Ficken; three sons, Frederick R. George V. and Lt.

Charles H. of the army; a daughter. Antoinette a brother, Henry; part of his military training 'employed and where police found received at Camp Polk, La. He had htm reading an account of the Monday, 8:30 a.m., from Chapel, been overseas since last June. killing In the Brooklyn Eagle.

American airborne troops. For six days he and a few companions were in German territory, depending on their own resources and destroying mlUtary lnstaUaUons behind the Besides his father he is survived later made a detailed confession. 38 Lafayette Avenue; solemn requiem mass, 9 a.m., St. Charles Bor. rotneo R.

C. Church. Interment U. 8. National Cemetery.

by three brothers. 1st Lt Richard, I Assistant District Attorney Oeorge now stationed at Sparta, after Kerner disclosed many months" service in North He strangled the girl to death. enemy lines. He was awarded the Bronze Star for gallantry in attacking and over Africa; Staff Sgt. James, stationed police said he told them, while 1 I ja sister, Sophie, and two grand- at Camp Lee, and John; aLso, "blinded with pasMon and rsge.

Mr. and Mis. his grandparents. He did according to Kerner coming strongly held German posts In a village south of Carentan. George Arnold.

and Capt. Ueonte Colgan, chief of the police homicide squad, after i rv Forest Jr. Direction of Jere J. Cronln. KRANZ January 25, 1945, JOHN, beloved husband of Eleanor; devoted father of Gaynel, Geraldlne and Robert.

Puneral from Walter B. Cooke, Puneral Home, 150-10 Hillside Avenue, Jamaica, L. Monday, 9:30 a.m.; requiem mass St, Cecilia's R. C. Church, 10 a.m.

Mrs. Jennie Bove, Funeral Today proof was produced that he had been seen with Mis. Fredrlclwon the night before. The seaman said his according to police and proaeeutlng Todd Men Offer To Operate Buses LtTW" T.tin.n M. tail Staff phota Mrs.

Ann Fredrickson Interment 8U John's Cemetery. tef Vl-23 Street husband of A solemn high mass of requiem Contlntaed from Pfe rron was offered today at the funeral of LASHUA On January 24, ED where he was the sole survivor of his group. With other members of the Pathfinders unit he received the Presidential citation, and as a further reward he was allowed a leave which he passed in his native town of Kilmarnock, Scotland. On his return to France, he took part in the paratroop Invasion of Belgium, receiving wounds which hospitalized him in England. This added the Purple Heart to his decorations.

Before entering the army in 1941, he was a teller for the New York Bank and Trust Company, having started with the firm as a page boy shortly after coming to this coun ffVer of Anita Ora- Lt. Joseph MacGregor fesslonally with the New York and New Jersey soccer teams. He also played on the team of Clan MacDonald 33, of which his father, Archie MacGregor. is past chieftain. The lieutenant was a member of the clan and of its ritual and drUl team.

Surviving besides his father are his widow, the former Rachel Cope-land of the Bronx; his mother, Mrs Agnes MacGregor; a brother, Archie, a gunner with the Canadian navy, and five sisters. Marge, a nurse at the Norwegian Hospital; Ann, Mrs. Agnes Searle of Elizabeth, N. and Mrs. Helen Wright and Mrs.

Elizabeth Lawrie of Scotland. Mrs. Jennie Bove, a sister of Syl been evading provisions of the civil furnished room In Hay Rlrtse but WARD beloved son of Richard Hint had left him three weeks vester Cassara, real estate broker service lsw in up-ftrsdlng workers r. a man. U.

S. A. the 4th Ave station, where the con-femslou was obtained. Polire got on Uie trail of the seaman when the manager of the and Josephine and dear brother of Mrs. Hazel Hart.

Puneral from his residence, 7908 Fort Hamilton Park lr, January 28. at 2:30 huah Real Shut Board, at St. Roue loclnn'cl todny to be an Impor- He met hrr on 5th Brooklyn Olmraimn niiain Wednesday evening and both i strand Theater. Manhattan, tumi h. c.areute fcrae 119-0 Hillside Hiti interment Hill of Lima R.

C. Churm. Mrs. Bove tant contributory cause of poor died Monday at her home, 779 E. trolley and bus service In Brooklyn.

10th St. Burial was In Holy Cross i fnr ornu.i nf aoik. went to the Evergreen Bar and Grill over a purse whirl, had been leu way, Saturday. Solemn requiem mass St. Ephrem's Church, 9:30 a.m.

Interment St. John's Cemetery. Issoe Cemetery. 5th Ave. and St.

After several drinks there they made a tour of other Bay Ridge bars, rehiring to Cemetery, ers. members or the Transport Workers Union, who are pressing MATSON JOHN on Tuesday, PV -rf January 21. try in 1930. During the 10 years before Pearl Harbor he played pro- January 23, 1945. father of George Matson and Emily M.

Rubens. Serv beloved son of Dr. and rorf5t. Becker: devoted toiiiiam Curtis: grana- ice at the Fairchlld Chapel, 86 Lef ferts Place, Friday, 8 p.m. Mrs.

Bove, who came to this country from Italy as an Infant, was the widow of Gerard Bove. Besides her brother she is survived by three daughters, Florence, Caroline and Lucille Bove; four sons, Thomas, Anthony, Jerry and James; two sisters, Mrs. Josephine Bo-relll and Mrs. Lillian De Raff ell, and another brother, James there by Dllxt. proved to be Mis.

Predrlckson's purse, containing her name and address. Arraigned before Magistrate Fran-res W. Ijohrk-h in Felony Court today, Blixt was held without ball for action of the grand Jury. Blixt was aald to be a seaman on the freighter John S. Moaby, now docked at Hoboken.

The slain woman, at first listed by polire as Mrs. Anna Plerson, was later Identified by her sister, Helen Huntley, who arrived from North Carolina. fZ inn. E. Flngar and Mn.

Arthur L. Kent, MORAN On January 23, 1945, f. mortal Services proceedings In Manhattan Supreme Court to compel the board to increase their pay, called attention to statements in affidavits filed with the court and asserted that "court action should speak louder than my words." Inspector Brought Action The action was brought originally by Samuel K. Maccabbee of 8701 Shore Road, attorney for John J. Kings Highway ELSIE (nee Hauck), beloved wife of William devoted mother of Capt.

Robert E. Moran, TJ. S. M. sister the Evergreen at 3 a in.

They remained there for nearly an hour and then walked 'lome to 425 48th St. Blixt said in his statement that they lingered In the vestibule for a while, and he pleHded with the girl to take htm upstairs to her room. She refused, arguing that It was against the landlady's rules and ahe did not Intend to violate them. When he persisted, she threatened to call for Iclp, according to the confession statement, and he placed his hands about her throat. When her struggles ceased, he attacked Patent Attorney Pleas omit JIUl of Mrs.

Florence M. Pollak. Repos Arthur Lewis Kent, 75, patent In? WUllam A. Martin Funeral jBS-JOHN Wednes. attorney, with offices at 11 Park Home, Classon Avenue corner Ster ling Place.

Funeral Saturday, 9:45 a.m. Requiem mass St. Teresa's Miller of 114 N. 8th a B. M.

T. trolley Inspector. Since the first move was made, however. 11 other Place, Manhattan, died yesterday at his home, 2 Horatio Manhattan. He was born and educated in Brooklyn.

inhn 7. Jr. Diwier ui Church. Interment St. John's Ceme Lt.

J. E. Hickey Air Officer Lt. Joseph E. Hickey Jr.

of the supervisory employes of the B. M. LnHf.ther of Eunice, Bar. her, the confession said. tery.

Lpi.miifllr Borchers. Serv division have Joined in the effort Sa Two Mov)r He was a son of the late Edward MURK HARRY of 256 12th to force the board to pay salaries commensurate with the responsibil i Walter Blixt then took a B. M. T. subway to Times Square, saw two movies Street, January 24, 1945, beloved and Artemesia Streator Kent.

He was a descendant of Thomas Kent, F.W. Schlegel, 76, Retired Barber Funeral services for Frederick W. Schlegel, 76, of 90-10 91st Woodhaven, who died Wednesday, will be at 8:30 o'clock tonight at the we 1218 Flatuusn Avenue, ity of their positions. husband of Mamie; devoted father of Augusta Secor, Harry also pm. fiease uuuv iiut' who came from England in the They charge in the filed papers 1600s and settled In Gloucester lntr.N MARit on Jan- that they have been filling super survived by five grandchildren, ru" trtA iifVi Mass.

Zenas Kent, a banker, iden ii her resiQeutc, vlsory Jobs ever since the city acquired the B. M. T. lines on Jan. 1, restaurant and then took the subway back to Bay Ridge.

Arrested there, he was taken to Services Saturday, 2 p.m., at Chapel Joseph G. Duffy, 9th Street and 4th tified with the organization of the nloved mother of Michael army air forces was killed in action in France Jan. 10, according to word received by his parents, Joseph E. and Mary C. Hickey of 1029 70th St.

Born in Brooklyn, he was a graduate of St. Ephrem's Parochial School and attended Brooklyn Technical High School and East Haven High School, East Haven, Conn. He after- Atlantic Great Western Railroad the late Tnomiw. ic- Avenue. 1940, while drawing pay of bus drivers and trolley motormen.

was his grandfather. He was a twkwood Chapel, 255 21st Fairchlld Chapel, 89-31 164th Jamaica. Burial will be tomorrow BMuiem mass eaiuroay, Some are dispatchers and some are graduate of Brooklyn Collegiate and Polytechnic Institute and of NEEDHAM WILLIAM, on January 23, 1945, aged 80 years, dear father of May Honahan, Rosetta ft it 10:30 a.m., at the the New York Law School and was b-cli of St. Stanislaus, 14th Met Star Spurns Sabbath Singing Continued from Page 1 admitted to the bar in 1893. De Bragga; grandfather of Rosetta In Cedar Grove Cemetery.

Mr. Schlegel, who lived for many years In Oreenpolnt, was a barber. After moving to 'Voodhaven 24 years ago he opened his own shop ri Gth Avenue, inwuucui waid attended Canlslus College until he entered the army. He received his wings at Stuttgard Field, Surviving are his widow, Mrs. De Bragga.

Funeral Saturday, 9:30 h( Cemetery. k-EMILY on Friday, a.m., from his residence, 58-40 78th Avenue, Rldgewood; thence to St. Brlgld's R. C. Church; mass, 10:15 Metropolitan, had asked him to ap Delgracla Bali Kent; a son, Arthur Kent a daughter, Mrs.

A. Wesley McConkey; a brother, Henry Russell Kent, and two pear on this Important spot, but 15 1945, ner jq year, lather of William E. Burtls, in June, 1944, and went overseas in September. Surviving, besides his parents, are two sisters, Mrs. Marion Frechette and Joan Hickey, and a brother, rucker nad given his word to the directors of the Jewish Center.

tor ol Lorraine a. oikv a.m. OLSON ALBERT, suddenly, Jan B. Burtis. Service at the Puneral services will be held at Future 'Brilliant' there.

He retired 10 years ago. He was a member of the Woodhaven Democratic Club and was active In the Woodhaven Civic Association. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Charles Wlttmer, of Franklin Square, and Mrs. James Graham, of Stewart Manor; a son, Walter, of Little VUlage, and six uary 24, 1945; beloved husband of Donald.

A requiem mass wUl be ar son, 543 E. ntn street, 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Church Catherine; father of Pfc. Alvin offered at 10 a.m. Monday at St.

Ensign DeForest Becker Jr. DeForest Becker, Naval Ensign Ensign DeForest Becker, 20, navy aviator, was lost at sea Sunday night following a plane collision near the navy air base at Sanford, of the Ascension, 5th Ave. and 10th However, the new star, whose was acclaimed as "brilliant" by and Dorothy A. Olson. Services 3:30 p.m.

A LILLIAN CALLA' Manhattan. Ephrem's R. C. Church, Fort Ham-Uton Parkway and 75th St. Friday, 8 p.m., at the McManus Fu 143 6th Street, January 25, critics today, revealed he had been engaged by the Metropolitan to appear In a repeat performance of neral Home, 2001 Flatbush Avenue.

Interment Saturday. 1:30 p.m., Na fd wife of George Ca- Lt. T. Rorke, "La Gioconda" on Feb. 5.

Mass Tomorrow tional Cemetery, L. I. littoted mother of Sgt fc.Callahan, U. S. Army.

Sol-Usiem mass Monday, 10 a.m.( The singer, born in Brownsville PETERS HENRY, on January according to a Navy Depart taus Aauinas Church. He Air Navigator For Mrs. Gagliano ll Chapel Joseph O. Duffy, 24, 1945, beloved father of John H. Peters.

Services at Moadinger Funeral Parlors, 1120 Flatbush Avenue, Saturday, 2:30 p.m. ER bVi- pfuv "'I if lm.splfl has and iscathi ynul the wa hi liini troduc nr.t tc artier es A. tat tbj ile ague Cd uade 13 anri his te. aides i re-ell erm trl ni iri led tJ hoy otherL "iouslyS as thf 1 aloi 1936. rai genJ ly as he i-er-baa he ra lize thl nnits ts ahi lull.

thatl in til nld-t'i mid nd alii these Ivisers tr achl loomy I is he lis aii I most fH the pll pres North hile sen 3oard. al lew Hal to the nth hav ion of the as thl seem nt amoil Winant the wrq time he Enplai served inal Son! iter as (Hi il Labor made nl Iain's sol while sentat ivq ints ol es that al re Is no diffil of the i the tliaPl Of V.n Ar" rH Cr.l" ptind 4th Avenue. Second Lt. Thomas H. Rorke ment message received by his parents.

Dr. and Mrs. DeForest Becker, of 1176 E. 29th St. He was graduated as a naval air pilot at Pensa-cola Training Base last Nov.

14. A requiem mass for Mrs. Mary k-MARY A. (nee Shand Inspectors. In falling to classify them In the higher pay Jobs, the men charge, the board has violated the transit unification plan provision that employment conditions are subject to regulations of the ClvU Service law.

They estimate that 40 of the total of 124 suprevlsory employes on Brooklyn surface transportation lines are In a similar predicament doing supervisory work for mo-tormen's pay. Meanwhile concrete action to eliminate some of the crushing Jams at the Brooklyn Navy Yard terminus of several trolley and bus lines came out of a conference In Mayor LaGuardla's office yesterday between city, navy and Board of Transportation officials. Rear Admiral Freeland A. Dau-bln, commandant of the yard, pledged his support to the Mayor In any effort to obtain high priorities on labor and materials for repair of laldup buses and trolley cars, and the Mayor Immediately dispatched to the War Production Board and the War Manpower Commission in Washington telegrams asking that top priorities be granted. The Board of Transportation employes' spokesman, pointing out that the Miller proceedings will come before Supreme Court Justice Aaron J.

Levy on Feb. 5 in Manhattan, asserted that supervisory employes, who are directly responsible for maintenance of trolley and bus schedules, could not be expected to work at peak efficiency under present conditions. PLATT MATILDA H. (nee Nel Gagliano, mother of Assistant Dis bay 24, dear mother of Mrs. trict Attorney Michael Gagliano, son), beloved wife of the late Isaac ajleton and sister ol Jonn 37, of 1339 E.

35th army air forces navigator of B-24 bomber, was kUled in action over Biak in the Philippine Islands on Jan. 9, according to word received by his family. He was a son of Police Inspector Born in Brooklyn, he attended wUl be offered at 9:30 a.m. tomor mooaroaaTBti DIGNIFIED A Low $1 FUNERALS At tOJ OUR FUNERAL HOMES HOOwlLTII 1S1 IMm Bwrlvard BUctatsiilii 4-1204 Swwnj HUUm I-S5M 1214 FUUmm Av. SUokaaauUr 2-4244-7 154-10 H1Md 4-4470 M-J! Fmt Htgowan t-0900 154-14 north.

Mr. Fluahfeig J-W04 STATgN ISLAND $71 FtnctrfeWMt eVMo.GI SMNNATTAN survived by live row in St. Cecilia's R. C. Church.

Eton. Reposing residence, Street. Requiem mass Sat- and sister of Minnie A. Nisch. Funeral services at 217 Reid Avenue, Saturday, 2 p.m.

interment Evergreens Cemetery. Kindly omit flowers. POWERS MICHAEL on Jan- a.m.. St. Michael's R.

C. and Mrs. Thomas H. Rorke. Boys High School and was graduated from Stony Brook Preparatory School in 1942.

He then entered Bowdoin College and later enlisted as a naval training cadet. Besides his parents he is survived Iniennent Holy Cross Born in Brooklyn at the E. 35th to Burial wUl be in St. John's Cemetery. Mrs.

Gagliano died Tuesday in her home, 527-A Humboldt St. She was born in Italy 86 years ago and came to this country as a girl. Surviving are five sons, Anthony, Samuel, George, Edward and Michael; a daughter, Mrs. Jane Colarusso; 18 St. address.

Lieutenant Rorke was graduated from St. Thomas Aquinas Parochial School and Brooklyn uary 23, beloved husband of Mary BDDTE CATHERINE, Jan- 117 WhI 7 Tad Strtwfr-TRaf dear 7-4700 by a brother, William Curtis, and 4-MM lasslaaisr (nee McGowan); son 01 the late 1451 first 145, devoted mother of Mrs. aaoam Technical High School. He was em nis grandmothers, Mrs. Anna E.

Fingar and Mrs. Edith Becker. pt Kenny and Mrs. Ella 1 Watt 190th Strwt-MviMad 4-1M4 Funeral from Walter B. Memorial services will be held Sunday at 4 p.m.

at tne Klnss grandchildren and 14 great-grand children. Sc. Funeral Home, 151 Lin- ployed by the American Machine and Foundry Company before entering the army In October, 1942. He received his commission Jan. 14, Patrick and Helen (nee McGrath).

Funeral from 597 Lexington Avenue, N. Y. Saturday, January 27, 9:30 a.m. Solemn requiem mass St. Jean Baptist Church, 10 a.m.

Interment Calvary Cemetery. 145 (. Tratnoat Av. lUdtow 7-2700 MI Waa MOW navai 4-4272 WISTCNISTIW 3M fllavawcJi Ivvoasio -rtrhrt Plains 30 Pa for ffe OkifotrM but taken to Manhattan's East Side at an early age, had always wanted to be a cantor. When he established himself as cantor at the Brooklyn Jewish Center he felt he had reached the heights as a cantor and expanded Into the operatic field.

Tucker could have been a successful businessman he admitted today he has a flair for the business world. He left New Utrecht High School at the age of 16 to take a post as runner In a Wall St. brokerage house and rose to a high position in the firm, but he said that this career "did not give me a chance to express myself." Praises Teachers Today, resting in his flower-bedecked apartment In the company of his wife, Sara, and their two sons, Barry, 7, and David, 4, he attributed his success to his teachers. He singled out for commendation Zavel Zilberts, his Jewish tutor; Paul Althouse, former Wagnerian tenor and his operatic teacher, and Emil Cooper, conductor at the Metropolitan last night, who coached him for three months before last night's debut. The telephone was ringing constantly, bringing good wishes from friends.

Mrs. Tucker, tired but happy, declared her "hand ached from picking up the phone." (For additional details see Page 16) pvard, Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Highway Methodist Church, Kings mgnway ana 3tn St. rcpem mass St. Jerome's 10 a.m.

1944, at Selman Field, and went overseas in April. O. 0. MARSHAL'S NOTICE! PSCHER EMMA, January Deatrjs Surviving, besides his parents, are Chas. Gannon, Funeral Director.

REILLY Suddenly, on January Coal Deliveries Curbed by Ickes Continued from Page 1 pi wile of the late his widow, the former Eileen WHITE Sgt. GILBERT J. of 2229 wr of Maxmlllian Her 24, 1945, FRANK J. beloved hus Boland; a three-month-old son, E. 38th Street, killed in action rvices Pridav.

8:15 D.m Thomas H. 3d, whom he had never ment can be affected without dam January 2. 1945. in Beleium. seen; three brothers, John ma feeral Home, 585 Evergreen I Interment, Saturdav.

10:30 band of Genevieve A. Clark; dear father dl Kathryn Frances. Funeral from his home, 46 Trinity Place, West Hempstead, L. on Saturday, Survived by his wife. Virginia chinist's mate 3d class in the navy; age to health." Until Further Notice U.

S. MARSHAL'S By virtu of a Writ of Venditioni Exponas to directed and delivered. I will sell at public auction on Friday, January 28th, 1915. at 12 o'clock noon. Eantcrn War Time, tho Bftre JIMMY DOYLE, en-nines, at Amhoy Tugboats IMer, ft.

wood Tottcnvilla. Staten Island. N. Y. Docket 82-233, dntedJanu.

ary 19. 1945. PYNE LYNCH, Proctors for the Llbcllant. SPENCER C. YOUNG.

U. 8. Marahal. E. N.

Y. Jal9-6t offo BANKRUPTCY NOTICES pureeng cemetery. (nee Nelson), and daughter, Virginia Flight Officer George of the army air forces, and Charles, and three The emergency measures, to re Marie; nis parents. Mr. and Mrs.

January 27, at 10 a.m. Requiem mass at St. Thomas the Apostle R. p-ANNA. January 28, 1945, main in effect "until further notice," Joseph White of Troy, N.Y.

Requiem sisters, Mary, Teresa and Anne. of the Reverend Dan. Sgt. C. J.

Walsh, Law Book Editor First Sgt. Carolan J. Walsh, for C. Church, Westminster Road, West mass at Resurrection Church, Ger- er, pastor of St. Bar rltsen Beach, at 10 a.m., Saturday, 8.

C. Church. Elmhurst. Hempstead. J.

J. Sullivan, Director. RORKE Lt. THOMAS H. Jr, "uirjn Duyer, the late Rev.

January 27. YANDELL January 25. 1945 warn K. Dwver. former Capt.

Philip Zulli Mass Tomorrow Our Lady of Sorrows R. U. S. Army Air Force, killed merly an editor connected with the American Law Book Company in twona. L.

and tho late MAY of 1074 82d Street, beloved wife of WilUam and devoted mother of William P. and sister of Adelia J. and Amos G. Hatfield. RKobert V.

Dwver. former Brooklyn, died Jan. 5 of wounds received in action in Belgium, accord in airplane crash, Blak, South Pacific, January 9, 1945, beloved hus" band of Eileen Boland Rorke; fa PETER CHACALIS, formerly doin business as SURPRISE RESTAURANT. Bankrupt. Notice la hereby jrivpn that on Jnn, 13.

1945, the said party was adjudicated bankrupt, and that the first meeting of creditors will he held In Room 701. Post Office Building, Wiish. ington and Johnson Streets, Brooklvn, on Feb. 7, at 2 p.m.. at which time the creditors may attend, prova their claims, appoint a trustee, ex-amne the bankrupt, and trant-act such business as may urooerlv come befura St.

Clement's R. C. US! OF OUR CHAPELS FREE ing to word received from the War Reposing at Fred Herbst Sons Me. Winer's Harbor, S. I.

Pu ther of Thomas H. 3d; son of Department by his wife, Mrs. Amelia mortal, 7501 5th Avenue, until Sun me Thomas M. Oninn Thomas H. and Annie A.

Rorke Karvells Walsh of 924 63d St. He Pftperal Home. 37-20 104th day noon. Services at Lefferta Park Baptist Church, 76th Street and A solemn high mass of requiem for Capt. Philip E.

Zulli will be held at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow at Our Lady of Charity R. C. Church, Dean St near Schenectady Ave. Captain Zulli was killed In action Dec.

22 on the Belgian front. He was the son of John Zulli, 1725 At L. Mnnriav in had been In the army since 1940 and served for nine months in th apply to the following areas: St. Louis, District of Columbia; West Virginia and Virginia north of a line running from Huntington, W. through Charleston, W.

Clifton Forge, Va to Alexandria, and the entire States of Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Vermont. Ickes explained his action was necessary to make fair distribution of available coal supplies to meet the emergency caused by the storm-Induced railroad freight embargo. In addition, bad weather Is unavoidably limiting coal production, he said. He called on municipal officials In the specified region to certify to fuel dealers the names of persons needing emergency fuel deliveries to said meeting. brother of Mary, Anne, Teresa, John U.

S. George flight officer, U. S. A. and Charles V.

High requiem mass Wednesday, January requiem mass St. Bar. K. C. Chnrrh Ifl'SO 14th Avenue, Sunday, 8 p.m.

acknotoleOrjments WILMOT L. MOREHOUSE, Referee. FORECLOSURES 31, at 10 a.m., St. Thomas Aquinas 1)0 VCII1C r.R'ver, under the lantic and was the husband of R. C.

Church, Flatlands. Born in McAlester, 39 years ago, Sergeant Walsh was graduated from St. Louis University and then entered Georgetown University, from which he received a Master's de BUCKLEY The famUy of the late Thomas M. Qulnn and ELIZABETH H. BUCKLEY.

Ljra SAUERBRUN AGNES CHRIS the former Lenore Spizuoco of 1508 President whom he married In 1942. Born In Brooklyn. Captain Zulli brook, Long Island, wish to extend TINE, on Thursday, January 25, gree in law In 1928. He became as Jan. 25, 1945, MARY 1945, of 90-15 176th Street, Jamaica; sociated with the American Law "Tht Uott Modern funeral Horn" Faneral PWju.

N. formerly of Book Company after graduation. attended Boys High School and was graduated from Pratt Institute. He their thanks to the relatives, friends, Sisters of St. Joseph and Immaculate Heart of Mary for their kind expressions of sympathy during their recent bereavement.

WALTER F. BUCKLEY. mother of Violet, William and Arthur Sauerbrun. Service at the Fair-child Chapel, 89-31 164th Street, Jamaica. Sunday at 8 pm.

Interment 'toes and EUen Pagan, Mrs. Helen T. Murphy 150 A. T0RREGR0SSA FUNERAL HOMES was employed as an Industrial designer before entering military serv Beside his widow, he is survived by his father, Jeffrey a brother, Robert K. of Washington, D.

and an aunt, Johanna M. Walsh of St. avert hardships. private. Ickes said that area distribution ice in Marcn, 1943.

He went over seas a year ago with an armored in. SUPREME COURT, KINGS COUNTY HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION, plaintiff, against BET-TINA ItUDA, et defendants. JOSEPH L. PLAN. Attorney for Plaintiff.

1440 Broadway, N. Y. City. Pursuant to Judgment of foreclosure and sale, dated January 24. 1945, entered herein, I will sell at public auc tion to the highest bidder by A REILLY, auctioneers, at the Brooklyn' Real Estate Exchange, 1S9 Montague Street, Brooklyn, N.

on February 19. 1945, at 12 o'clock noon, the mortgaged premises in Kinirs State of New York, directed by said Judgment to be sold, known as 2(55 Sackelt Street. Brooklvn. N. being a parcel 21 feet wide bv 100 feet deep, situated on the northerly side of Sackett Street, distant 153 feet easterly from the easterly side of Clinton Street: reference being made to said judgment for a more complete description thereof.

Dated. January 26. 1915. GEORGE W. MARTIN.

Referee. Mrs. Margaret Mrs. Loretta P. Loehn-P East Orange.

N. SCHLEGEL FREDERICK, on Louis. managers of the Solid Fuels Admirf. fantry regiment. His widow and lstratlon have been authorized to Wednesday, January 24, 1945, beloved father of Mrs.

Theresa Witt- rather are the only survivors. mm Coxplet 1305 79th St. BEachview 2-8844 Branch 521 Hlcki Sf. Cluket Shcncroumi on Premhei ,7 mends are Invited to from th Hu1" rI10ria Hm. una reconsign coal already in transit in SAVE FATS AND WASTEPAPER the affected area to points where it ner and Mrs.

Pauline Graham and WUllam Schlegel. Service at the FalrchUd Chapel, 89-81 164th Street, is most needed. Sgt. G. J.

White, "Nature has worked against the ODD Jamaica, Friday, at 8:30 p.m. but Interesting the Sacred Heart (Vails-M 10:30 nvii, STRTJHS At Massapequa, I LEGAL NOTICES fuel program this winter and now we need every pound of coal that our miners will be able to dig," Ickes said. Arsenal Worker I A series facts sponsored occa- sionolly by William Duniqan i Son will nffprH in his 81st year, HERMAN be WiiA Mn. 1944. 182.

182.V THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF loved husband of Rudolflne, and clT1 InUirment Holy In Q5cmorfam BROWN SADIE L. Departed January 26, 1943. Ai we loved you. so wa mlsi rout In our memory vou are near. Loved, remembered, lonied for alwarf.

Bringing many a illent tear. Lovlrwr Daughters, VIVIEN and ISA-BELLE; Grandson, RICHARD. COOK In loving memory of my wife, MARY KOCH COOK. First anniversary mass Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church January 27, 9 a.m. Husband, WILLIAM.

GRIFFIN CHRISTINE. In memory of a devoted mother, who died January 26, 1942. A silent thought, a secret tear. Keeps her la our memory dear. DAUGHTERS and SONS.

Sgt. GUbert J. White of 2229 E. NhiW i' IKK, uy me grace oi free und independent Consul General father of Margarethe and Edna. Funeral services from Chapel of F.

38th st. was wued Jan. 2 in action Lutherans to Issue nf Ire ana al New xorK, micriaei ouwi Sullivan. SEND GREETING IB. 24' 1945, PRED- D.

Powell Son, 230 Broadway, ui Belgium, according to wore; re WHEREAS. WILLIAM V. ELLIOTT. Public Administrator, KIiiks County. ceived by his famUy.

He was 26 Amltwille. L. 1.. Saturday at 11 Pamphlet to Aid Vets A series of pamphlets dealing with i0: devoted lather of n-itli nffirn in th MuntrlDal Ruil'l The earl Is the symbol of supremacy In the I'nlted States, Mexico, Poland, Romania. Vuto-alavia, Albania, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia and Ctechoslovakia In darling the average distance for pistols Is I A to 20 pace The flag of Maryland Is the only Slat flag bearing a eoat of arms.

inn, BurouKh of Brooklyn, City of New Utu u. a.m. Interment Lutheran ceme' tery, Middle Village, 12:45 p.m. SWEENEY JOSEPH on Jan York, has presented Ills account Administrator of Denis or Dennis tillivim deeeaspd. lately residing a SUPREME COURT.

KINGS COUNTY George H. Deaton. et plaintiffs, against Frank Ballmann. et defendants. Pursuant to Judgment dated January 24th.

191.i, I will sell at public auction, by Bernard Hollander, auctioneer, at Brooklyn Real Estate Exchange. 1S9 Montague Street. Brooklyn. N. on February 19th.

1915. at 12 noon, premises situated on northwesterl side of Granite Street. 200 feet northeasterly from Broadway, being 26 feet 8 inches in width, front and rear, by 100 feet in depth on both sides, known as 23 Granite Street. Brooklyn, N. Y.

Refer to judgment for complete description. Dated, January 25th, 1915. SAMUEL C. DUBERSTEIN. Referee.

MICHAEL TRAMONTANE. Attorney for Plaintiffs. 14 12 Myrtle Avenue. Brooklyn. N.

Y. ja26-6t Me tn. ui nenry fllCA the problems of' returning war veterans will be issued by the National Lutheran Council for the use of local congregations, it was announced at the conclusion of a four-day convention at Lutheran headquarters, 37th St. and Madison uary 24, 1945, devoted husband of No. loS 16th Slieet.

in the Buniush of Brooklyn. Counlv of Kinirs'. City and State of New York, and a petition pray-irur that his account may be judicially Pridav a Uiuan Deiovea lamer 01 uer- 9 Street. trude. Puneral from waiter Born in Troy, he was graduated from Lansingbury High School in that city in 1937 and attended Troy Business CoUege.

He was employed at the WatervUet Arsenal in Troy when he entered the army in April, 1942. He resided In Brooklyn following his marriage to Virginia M. Nelson of this borough. Surviving, beside his widow, are a three-month-old daughter, Virginia Marie, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Joseph White of Troy. settled: NOW. THEREFORE, you and ea Cooke, Funeral Home, 50 7th wuUQPn IT A nf vou are, hereby cited (o show cause Pvt. CARL. January tttflUAM DUNICAN I SON fuifrol Ctr9twl 24 OE KALB AVt.

BOG IRS AVE. MONTGOMERY ST Tel. MAIN 2-1155 Avenue. Solemn requiem mass St. oeioved son rii.

of 1944. hefm-p mir KnrrntfAte'a Court of the the 1 Cath" L. late RrlnimJ Cnuntv of Kines. to be held at the Hall Teresa's R. C.

Church, Saturday 11 a m. Interment St. John's i of Records, in the County of Kings, on Alice 2Ktn or eDruary. iio. at y.w And while he lies In peaceful sleep His memory we shall always keep.

INGRID, SOPHIE, FRED. or I oca: in me iorenoon, wny sucn aei- frow vamene Clifford. ineiit should not be naa. Fred HERBST son, SUPREME COURT. KINGS COUNTY THE LINCOLN SAVINGS BANK THE CATHOLIC PHYSICIANS IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, we sthfrauh' Funeral TRADEMARK NOTICE OF BROOKLYN against CHARLOTTE have raused the heal of our said Surrogate's Court to be Monday; Hereunto nffixen.

D. BUSSENSCHUTT. individually and a.i Executrix of the last Will and Testament of William H. BussenschutL 10 am 01. Patrick's WITNESS.

Hon. FRANCIS (Seal) D. MeOAREY. Surrogate of deceased, et al. TRADE-MARK.

Edward T. Curran, M.D.. Proprietor of the Sinon Chemical No. 178 9t. Mark's Avonue Brooklyn 17.

N. Kivos NOTICE that hf has retristircd with the Secretary of Stato of tlie State of New.Jork. under Chapter 46. Section 267 et eq. of article 24 of the General RiLaincaa Uw Pursuant to Judgment herein.

I 1 ru'claTO, L. GUILD notes with deep regret the death of its loyal member, Dr. JOHN P. GRIFFIN at Malverne, L. I.

JOHN FRANCIS RAYCROFT, President. Duncan Clark, M.D., Secretary. TUTTLE ISABELLE, January 25, 1945. member of Nativity Rosary HARRY T. PYLE MORTUARY.

AH Funerals Given Dignified nd Efficient Service 1925 CWcb At. BUckauattt 2-0174 ELEN sell at public auction, by ALLEN M. TEPLITZ, Auctioneer, at Brooklyn Real Estate Exchange, 189 Montague Street. Brooklvn. N.

on February Janu; a. our said County, at the Bor-ouirh of Brooklyn. In the said Count v. the 25tli day of January, 1913. AARON L.

JACOBY. Clerk of the Surrogate's Court. B. This citation is served upon I SERVING BROOKLYN SINCE 1896 GEORGE D. CONANT Moadinger Funeral Parlor 1120 Flatbush Arenue Tat.

BUekmhtstar 2-0247 Ms and 83 HANSON PLACE at the L. I. R.R. Depot and 7501 Sill Avenue 711 65th Street BROOKLYN, N.Y. Earl Htrhtt, licmt FHOFfEl SHORE ROAD S-1600 16th, 134.i.

at 12 clock noon, premises In Brooklvn N. located on the N. or Mrs- Albert E. vl And deposited a certified copy there. of with the County Clerk and Clerk ol 4 the.

Supreme Court of Kings County I the following; Trade-Mark for an Emul-J sified Pkin and Scalp Medicated Lotion the fictional compound word sal A1 forth. I DANDROF-OIL. Society. 'Reposing at the parlors of and a ik Hawkes, the i AlbertE. Beck Jr.

south side of St. John'g Place. 112 feet 8 inches west of Nostrand Avenue, being 18 feet 7 inches in width by 127 feet Si inches in depth, known as No, 826 St. John's Place. Brooklyn.

N. Y. as required oy law. iou are not ebliped to appear In person. If you fail to appear it will ha assumed that you consent to the proceedings, unless vou file written objections thereto.

You J. J. Sullivan. 486 Classon Avenue. Solemn requiem mass Church of the Nativity, Saturday, 9:30 a.m.

BUY V. 8. WAR BONDS AND SAVINGS STAMPS "'Saturday at 2 p.m. have a right to Have an attorney-at-iaw IHAKbisa Keieree. ja36-6t vui.

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