The Standard Union from Brooklyn, New York on March 3, 1930 · 14
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s. 14 DAO LAWS YIil SUPPORT OF MINISTERS Step in Right Direction, Opinion After Visit to Lineup Representative ministers of Queens and Manhattan enthusiastically supported the Baumes Laws to-day after they had visited police headquarters in Manhattan, to view the lineup of prisoners arrested within the past twenty-four hours and made a tour of the headquarters building and the Police College adjoining. The delegation was the first section of the New York Advertising Club's first division, comprising thirty clergymen in all. Four women were in the group. The Rev. Dr. Christian Reisner, of the Broadway Tabernacle, Manhat tan, headed the section and the Rev. Dr. J. Earl Edwards, pastor of Queens Village Baptist Church, was spokesman. Their guide was Inspector Joseph Donovan, head of the Bureau of Criminal Identification. Dr. Edwards said it was the consensus of the ministers that the Baumes laws wc.e a step In the right direction in suppressing crime and that it should not be amended. He referred to some of the prisoners the ministers saw in the lineup and declared that most of them had been given opportuni 'es to reform and lead better lives, but had failed, as their records proved. Asked if the ministers believed that non-employment has anything to do with crime, Dr. Edwards said that in some instances this might be true. Discussing the case of Ruth St. Clair, Dr. Edwards said she had been given chances time and again to shun a life of crime and that, there was no excuse for her, even if she is a woman. She does not belong in vociety, Dr. Edwards concluded. , Other ministers in the section . were the Rev. Dr. E. D. Macklin, of Victoria Church, Jamaica; the Rev. Dr. J. M. Armstrong, of Rosedale Presbyterian Church; the Rev. Dr. George O. Bjerkoe, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church of Bellaire, and Ihe Rev. Dr. George P. Egbert, chairman of the social service committee of the. Greater New York Federation of Churches, in charge ' of the Queens Division. , KIP SENDS ALICE OFFERJTO SETTLE Her Lawyer Refuses to Go to Chicago William D. Cunningham, trial counsel for Alice Jones Rhinelander, negro wife of Leonard Kip Rhine' lander, announced at White Plains to-day the receipt of a telegram from Harley Harmon, lawyer, of Las ' Vegas, Nev., asking Cunningham to go to Chicago to negotiate a settlement of the financial dispute between Alice and Kip. Cunningham said he would not go - and declared the suggestion to be ndiculous. He said that a month ago, in a letter to Alice's lawyers, Harmon asserted that Kip had practically no income, but would give Alice a third of it if she would give up the name of Rhinelander. He declared to-day he knew Kip's in-. come was more than $10,000 a year. UNION STREET MAN HELD FOR ASSAULT Because he has been indicted by the Grand Jury and held in ball of $25,000 on charges of assault and robbery, the case of Fiore Orlands, 25, of 477 Union street, was dismissed in Fifth avenue court to-day by Magistrate Walsh. Orlands was arrested after a chase in which shots were fired by two patrolmen, who charge they saw him and a companion hold up and rob a couple seated in a sedan in front of 613 Forty-eighth street on February 22. Another prisoner, arrested in bed at his home the next day, suffer-. . mg from a bullet wound in his left leg. Enrico Malino, 19, of 7608 Seventeenth avenue, is to be taken to court for a hearing when his wound heals. FORECLOSURES SUPREME COURT, KINGS COUNTY--HhaiioUe A. Hilraer, plaintiff, against hone lxriiko ill, and others, defendants, In pursuance of a judgment of foie- losuro end safe duly made and entered in the above entitled action, and bearing date the 21st day of February, 1J0, I, the undersigned, tbe referee, ia said judgment named, lll sell at public auction to the higheat bidder, at the Kotunda of the King County Courthouse, Joraiemon Street, Borough of Brooklyn, ity of New York, on the 24th day of March, 1930, at twelve o'clock noon, the premises directed by laid Judgment to be told, and therein described a follows: All that ceitaln lot, piece or parcel of land, situated, Tying and being in the Jiorouifh of Brooklyn. County of Kings, ( ity and State of New York, knosn and deaignatedsas Lot No. 484, in Block 18. on a certain map entitled "'Map of 971 Lots. belonging to Effingham H. Nichols, situated at Kensingrton Heights, n the Town of Klatlands and New Utrecht, Kings County, New York, compiled by R. L Williams, Civil Engineer, November, 1891." filed in Kings county Kegister'a Office July 22nd, 1812, as Map No. 1015. being more particularly lounded and described aa follows: Be-.ginning at a point on the eouthweateriy side of Forty-third Street, diotant two hundred (200) feet northwesterly from the corner formed by tbe intersection of the northwesterly side of Beventeenth Avenue and the southwesterly side of Forty-third Street: running thence southwesterly parallel with Seventeenth Avenue one hundred (100) feet, two (2) inches: thence northwesterly parallel with Forty-third Street twenty (20) feet; thence northeasterly again parallel with Seventeenth Avenue one hundred (100) feet, two t!) inches to the southweaterly side of Forty-third Street and thence southeasterly along the southwesterly side of Forty-third Street twenty (20) feet to the point or piece of beginning. Together with all the right, title and interest of the parties of the first part of, in and to Forty-third Street lying In front of and adjoining said premises to the centre tine thereof. Together with the right of way over the southeasterly three and one-half feet of the premises immediately adjoining on the northwesterly side of the premises hrein described along the entire depth thereof, for the purpose of Ingres and egreesi for private pleasure automobiles only In common use with owners of the same. Subject to the right of 'way of the owners of the premises Immediately adjoining en the northwesterly side of the premises herein described over the northwesterly three and one-half feet of the premise herein .leecrfhed along the entire denth thereof, for the purpose of Ingress end egress for private pleasure automobile onlf, to be used in common with ths ewnera of tbe rame. Dated, March 3 1930- JOHN H. DONLAM. Reftfi HUTTON HOLAHAN. Attorneys for Plaintiff, 33 Court Street Brooklyn CARDINALS FUNERAL HELD IN ST. PETERS ROME, March. 3 U P). Funeral services for the late Merry Del Val, Roman Catholic Cardinal, whose name was perhaps better , known than any other member of the Sacred College during his life, were held to-day In St. Peters. The funeral mass began at 10:30 A. M., in a scene impressive for its somber grandeur, and In the presence of every Cardinal and high churchman now In Rome. FLUSHING LAWYER DIES IN FLORIDA George N. Webster, 60, for a quarter of a century a resident of Flushing, died on his houseboat at Palm Beach, Fla, according to a telegram received by his family at 20 South Parsons boulevard. Flushing. Mr. Webster had been ill three days and died Friday. He was a member of the law firm of Cummings and Webster, in Manhattan. Death was caused by pneumonia. Surviving are his wife, a daugh ter, Betty, and a brother, Evan Webster, a lawyer, of Hollis. Mr. Webster was commodore of the Shelter Island Yacht Club. He had gone to Florida early in January to spend his winter vacation, as had been his custom for many years. HASLAM FUNERAL THIS AFTERNOON The funeral of Thomas W. Has-lam, brother of former Alderman Edward J. Hasiim, was held this afternoon from the Funeral Home, 187 South Oxford street. Mr. Has-lam died on Friday. He was 56 and was born in Manhattan. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery. For many years Mr. Haslam was associated with his father, the late William Haslam, in the trucking business. . ' , SERVICES ARE HELD FOR HERMAN BERMAN Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon for Herman Berman, at 187 South Oxford street. He died in a Boston hospital following an operation for an eye ailment last Thursday. Interment was at Mount Lebanon Cemetery. Mr. Berman was in the knit goods business and had been a member of City Lodge, F. and A. M and Brooklyn Lodge, 22, B. P. O. Elks. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Estelle Feldman Berman; a son, Melville; his mother, Mrs. Fannie Berman; a sister, Mrs. Ida Silver-berg, and three brothers, William, Archie and Irving Berman. PURVIS FUNERAL SERVICE TO-NIGHT Funeral services will be held at 8 oclock to-night for Thomas Purvis, who died at bis home, 518 Madison street, Friday. Interment will be at Evergreen Cemetery to-morrow. He was a member of Lexington Lodge, 310, F. and A. M.; Brooklyn Masonic Veterans Association, Altair Chapter. 237, R. A. M., and Clan Chisholm, 217, O of S. C. Mr. Purvis was a native of Dumbarton, Scotland. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth Purvis; two sons, Robert- and Thomas, Jr., and two daughters, Emily and Flora Purvis. Marriage Licenses KINGS Hvmin Shulman. 98 Hopkins st Lily Aronovitch. 18 949 DeKalb a? Conrad Schwarzkopf, 28 1222 Cortelyou rd Rosa Wagner. 19 1222 Cortelyou rd Solomon Siegel, 26... 723 Montgomery st Sarah Grabel. 20 194 Hooper at Louis Bershatsky. 40.. ..136 Boerum at Dina Lavidsoo, S6.......232 Vernon av Alfred Brahwel. 24 , 3001 Ft. Hamilton pkway Harryet Hellikseu. 27...... . 1280 83th st Sol Begelman, 22... 2676 Pitkin sv Rose Feldman, 21 1039 Belmont av Charles Magan, 32 3091. Darby st Sonia Sheindlin, 25 A- Cole at Aaron Denenberg. 29 589 Dahill rd Paulina Kremaitser, 23...'. .,..6 Reid av Foster Lawrence, 82... 426 Flatbush av Marion Jlumboi. 24. ..621 Flatbush av Jak Xadel. 24 266 Barrett st Sophia Windman, 19 468 Georgia av Matthew Btatsing. 35.500 Montgomery st Eugenia Grob, 22 304 Linden bird Richard Ferrin, 22 Richmond Hill Ethel Collins. 20 ...458 Jerome st Hugo Swanson, 43. 101 Dikeman st Ida Sundquist, 46. .....101 Dikeman st Jul Berger, 45 .......306 78th st Louise Boremskl, 36 ..5907 7th av Carl 8iede, 32..... 379 Bergen at Mildred Leahy. 20... 832 Washington av Harry Lasky, 87 231 E. 92d st Sarah La sen, 36 231 E. 92d st Martin Nadler, 23 656 Snediker av Jennie Herahbein. If ,.419 Powell st David Evans, 29 1749 E. 87th st Alice Holub, 27.... 1749 E. 37th st Aron- Albinder, 26 522 Hersl st Fannie Wexler, 21..'. ..158 Rutledge st Patrick Connolly, 26 241 Ashland pi Maria Gallagher, 23 241 Ashland pi Everardo Perez, 35 73 8th av May Huntington, 3?. 867 Union st Patrick Lambs, 27.....18J5 Koatrand av Helen McCabe. 26 1556 E. 6ith st Willlanf Mitier, 22 1209 8th av Mary King, 23 12Q9 8th av Irving Levine, 24. . 139 Tompkins av Bessie Geaick, 23 139 Tompkins av Henry Lee, 34 208 4 Calyer st Dorqthy Kuck, ...86 Diamond st Fred Furter, 29 187 73d st Martha Wolfengel, 27 212 Classen av Sydney Atkinson. 25... .611 Van Buren st U'adya Finley, 25 1845 New York av James Olynn, 36 183 Decatur st Anna McNamea, 19. .,,,.183 Decatur at John 8chmidt, 23 456 W. 39th St Margaret Jeck, 22... ...2902 Cortelyou rd Irving Bsrbonell. 37 1154 Pacific st Sylvia IUblnowitz, 28 1164 Pacific at George Esss. 22 2149 67th st Julia Mlziachi. 17. ........ M406 20th av Phillip Thompson, 42 1351 E. 2d st Marie Person. 39 1815 E. 48th st William Scarbrough. 25 1223 56th st Audrey Cestero, 22. . ..'.....216 Park pi Max Silverman. 25. ........ .61 W. 82d st Blanche Stapner, 18.. 505 Lincoln pi George Zarges, 24 76 Stanhopo st Josephine Grosdow. 41....897 Autumn va Fred Berner, 33 . 289 Central av Margaret 01141, 28.. 463 Lincoln av Peter Pakstls, 36...... 95 No. 7th st Helen Miller, 34 95 No. 7th st August Schmitt, 23 1008 Halsey st Mary Berroth. 23. .....636 Montgomery st Frank Atsoll, 34. 1581 Pacific at; Nora Teahan, 85. ...... 394 Vanderbilt av Charles Brown, 29 2384 Pitkin av Beatrice Hart, 21... .176 Schenectady av QUEENS. Marfa Grelnce. 21. 2721 lid et.. Long Island City; YunIJ Scordianow. 21. 2721 23d at Long Island City. Bridget Hearn. 81, 3133 4th are.. Long Island City; Samuel Skains, S3, 8131 4th ave.. Long Island City. Laura Hlghtown, 23, 97 South at., Jamaica; Willie D. Cooper, 25, 41 Washington ave Jamaica, Helen A. Pine. S3, 117-22 Sutphfn bird.. Jamaica; Christian Frey, 27, 144-26 169th st Jamaica. Beasle Stem. 26, 7666 97th eve.. Ozone Park; Jack Nathanaon, 36, 1960 Waah ington ave Bronx. Agnes If. Tell. 25, 2316 23d are., LonA Island City; Car! Walistone, 21, 136 West 56 Hi sU Manhattan . . DEATH NOTICES BARNETT On Feb. 28, 1930, Mary, beloved wife of the late Patrick Lloyd and loving mother of Mrs, Hennig, Mrs. Oppldo and Patrick Lloyd; formerly of the Fourth Ward, Manhattan. Funeral from her late residence, 63 Division avenue, Brooklyn, on Tuesday morning. Solemn requiem mass at the Church of the Epiphany at 10 A. M. Interment Calvary Cemetery. " BILMS Elisabeth" Moore, on Monday, March 3, at her residence, 606 Decatur st. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 A. M. Requiem mass Church of the Holy Rosary, Chauncey at. and Reid ave. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. BONNER On Friday, Feb. 38, Della (nee Tamoney), widow of the late Bernard Bonner, at her residence, 445 Court street. She la survived by three sons, Joseph, George and Peter Bonner; one brother, Peter F. Tamoney, and five grand children. Funeral on Tuesday at 9:30 A. M. Requiem mass at St. Agnes R. C. Church. Intrment Holy Cross Cemetery. .Formerly of St. Ann's R. C. Church. FARRELL On Monday, March 3, 1930, at his residence, 155 Eighty-second street, Michael J. Farrell, beloved husband of Margaret Casey Farrell. Funeral from his residence on Wednesday, March 5. at 9:30 A. M thence to St. Anselm's R. C. Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. HATHAWAY Charles J, sge 79 years, died March 1, 1930. Funeral from his tote residence, 52 Bevy court, Gerrlttsen Beach, Brooklyn. Member of Union Lodge, No. 31, F. and A. M. Funeral Wednesday, March 5, 10 A. M. . HOFFMANN' William, on Saturday, March 1, beloved husband of Augusta, Funeral services at Brome's Funeral Home, 8720 Wood-haven Blvd., Woodhaven, L. I, Monday, March 3, at 8 P. M. Interment Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. JANSSEN Charles F, tat Rose-dale, N. Y., on Feb. 28. Survived by his wife, Emma; one son, Roy; daughter, Clara; his mother and one sister. Funeral services at his tote residence, 459 Grant avenue, Brooklyn, Monday evening, 8 oclock. Interment Tuesday at 3 P. M., In Mt. Olivet Cemetery. KENNEDY Bridget, died March 1. 1930, at her home, 403 First st, Brooklyn. She to survived by her husband, two sisters, Mrs. Michael Hart and Mrs. McClemon; three brothers, Michael, Henry and Pat rick Hunt. Requiem mass will be celebrated Tuesday, 9:30 A. M at the R- C. Church of the Visitation. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. LAVTN On March 1, Beatrice, beloved wife of Thomas Lavln, and sister of- Miss Mary Farrell, Mrs. Elizabeth O'Rourke. Mrs. J. Casey and Mrs. M. Farrell, at her residence, 468 Second street. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend her funeral on Wednesday, March 5, at 9 '30 A. M, thence to Church of St. Francis Xavier where a solemn requiem mass will be offered. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. LAYBURN Thomas H, beloved husband of Nellie (nee McGowan), on March 1, at his residence, 525 55th st. Solemn mass of requiem Tuesday. March 4, at 9:30 A. M, at the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 59th st, and 5th ave. Interment St. John's Cemetery. LIEBEN AU On Monday, March 3, at residence of her daughter, 312 Elmwood ave, Hannah, widow of Captain Andrew J. Liebenau of Company K, 61st New York Infantry. Service at above address Tuesday evening, March 4, 8 oclock. Funeral Thursday, at 10 A. M. Interment Pinelawn Cemetery, L. L LORPER John, on Saturday, In his eightieth year, at his home, 73 8uydam street. Funeral services Tuesday, 2 P. M. Interment Mt. Olivet. Cemetery. McGOVERN John W, died at his home, 39 Downing street, on Feb. 28, 1930. Survived by his wife, Annie; one daughter, Anna; two sons, Hugh and John; one sister, Catherine Clough. He was a member of the R. p. Church of the Nativity, Classon avenue and Madison street, where a requiem mass will be celebrated On Tuesday, March 4. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. O'CONN ELL On March 1, 1930, William E beloved son of Catherine and the late Patrick OConnell, beloved brother of Joseph, Matthew, Albert, Francis and Mrs. Helen Shea. Funeral from his residence, 458 Harmon street, Tuesday, at I A. M. Solemn requiem mass at St. Brigid's Church, St. Nicholas avenue and Linden street. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. P LANDING Andrew J., on Sunday, March 2, beloved father of Frank and George Planding, Theresa Triola, Julia Schaeffler and Anna Finn, brother of Alphonse Planding. Funeral from his residence, 97 Floral parkway, on Wednesday morning, 9:30, with requiem mass at Our Lady of Victory Church. Interment St. Johns Cemetery, BYAN Mary J. (nee Grace), beloved wife of John J. Ryan and mother of Grace, John, Frank and Mrs. Marguerite Hodge, and one sister, Mrs. Margaret Coffey, Sunday, March 2, at her residence, 101-65 103d st.. Ozone Park, N. Y. Funeral Thursday, March 6, at 9:30 A. M following a mass of requiem at the R. C. Church of St. Mary Gate of Heaven. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. SHORT On March 1, 1930, Joseph 8., son of the late Martin and Catherine Collins Short. Funeral from residence of his brother, Martin T. Short, 782A Hancock st., on Tuesday, at 9:30 A. M. Solemn requiem mass at Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel, Putnam ave., at 10 o'clock. ZELTMAN William Frederick, on Sunday, March 2, 1930, at his tote residence, 1571 Eighty-fifth st. He is survived by six sons and two daughters. Funeral services Tuesday at 8 P. M. Interment Wednesday, 2 F. M., at Evergreen Cemetery, Phone Flatbush 9406 Walter B. Cooke, Inc. 1358 Flatbush Avenue COMPLETE Ilf A AUTO FUNERAL lOU Kim Offlr. 1 Wnt lAh St. FBONS BAVMOXD 1MO-1M1 BniehNt Wim Ave. at 14th it. TELEPHONE MOTT HAVEN 7671 6S Tratb AveM t 484 it. Teleohoa MEDALLION 416 STANDARD UNION MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1930. IN. MEM0R1AM MACKIN In loving memory of my dear husband, Charles A. Mack' In, who passed away April 3, 1929. Masses offered. Gone, but not forgotten. - WIFE. KELLY Edward, died Feb. 4, 1930. Solemn month's mind mass will be offered Tuesday morning, March at 9 o'clock, at Visitation Church WIFE AND SON. CUSICK In sad and loving memory of my beloved mother, Julia Cuslck, who died March 3, 1916. Gone, but not forgotten by her v DAUGHTER MAYME. ALTHON In sad and loving memory of a devoted son, Henry A1 thon, who departed this life March 2, 1929. A prwtbos on from baa son; A vole wo loved la atlllod; A pltee I vacant In our horn Which never can be filled. MOTHER AND FATHER. FINNEGAN In sad and loving memory of a dear husband and de voted father, Henry F. Finnegan, who departed this life March r 1923. Time mey pass and brtnl Ita rhanfM. Freeh with every cumin year. But our memory will be cherished By the ones who levs you dear. Gone but not forgotten. WIFE, DAUGHTER AND SONS. MCALLISTER In sad and loving memory of my beloved wife, Loretta, who died March 4, 1925. Mass Tuesday at 7:15 A. M., at Holy Rosary Church, Chauncey st. and Reid hve. HUSBAND AND CHILDREN. ACKNOWLEDGMENT BURKE The family of the tote William E. Burke are deeply grate ful for the kind sympathy extended to them by relatives and friends on account of their recent bereavement. OBITUARIES WILHELMINA MABEL JACOB SON, 25 years old, daughter of the late George and Barbara Heckmann, died Thursday at St. Johns Hospital. She is survived by her husband, John A.; a son, Arthur F. Jacobson; two sisters, Josephine T. Frank and Henrietta Mahoney, and three brothers, Edward H., George P. and Fred W. Heckmann. She was born In Elmhurst Jan. 20, 1902. Funeral services at the home, 54-41 Sixty-ninth lane (Woodhill place), Maspeth, Friday, at 9 P. M. The Rev. C. Lawson Willard, Jr., of St. Junes' P. E. Church of Elmhurst, officiated. Interment to-day at 10 A. M. at Lutheran Cemetery. ELIZABETH PETRI died yesterday In Creedmore Hospital. She s the widow of Joseph Petri. She was bom in South River, N. J., and had been a resident of Brooklyn for fifty years. She Is survived by two sons, Joseph F. and John C. Petri; daughter, Mrs. Theodore Tupper, and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Erath and Mrs. Rose Blume, and eight grandchildren. Funeral from the chapel of Mrs. Frances Stenger, 289 St. Nicholas avenue. She was a member of the Rosary Society attached to the R. C. Church of St. Brlgid, where requiem mass will be celebrated at 9:30 A. M. Wednesday. Interment at St. Johns Cemetery. JOSEPH S. SHORT, son of the late Police Capt. Martin Short and Catherine Collins Short, died Saturday. He was a member of the Sea-wanhaka Democratic Club of the First Assembly District and the Attendants Interborough Council, 12, of the Civil Service Forum.. He Is survived by five brothers, Dennis V., Martin T, Dr. Francis J. Short, of Jersey City, N. J.; James and John, and three sisters, Mary Carey, Mrs. Daniel S. Scott and Mrs. Cornelius McLaughlin. Funeral at 9:30 A. M. to-morrow from the home of his brother, Martin T. Short, 782A Hancock street, with requiem mass at the R. C. Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel. Interment at Calvary Cemetery under direction of John T. Gallagher, 204 Bedford avenue. WILLIAM DUGGAN died Saturday at his home, 107-60 110th street. Richmond Hill. He was bom in Ireland and live twenty-six years In Brooklyn. He formerly lived In East New York. He Is survived by two sons, James and William, and two daughters. Catherine Dollard and Bridget O'Donnell; twenty-one grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Requiem mass at 9 A. M. to-morrow at the R. C. Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Richmond Hill. Interment at St. John's Cemetery, -under direction of R. E. Donnelly, 880 New Lots avenue. WILLIAM E. OCONNELL, son of Catherine and the late Patrick OConnell, died yesterday at his home, 458 Harman street, Ridgewood. He was a life resident of Ridgewood and Is also survived by four brothers, Joseph, Albert, Matthew , and Francis, and a sister, Helen Shea. Requiem mass at 9 A. M. to-morrow at the R. C. Church of St. Brlgid. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery, under direction of J. J. Gallagher Sons, 25 Aberdeen street. MARI' SHARKEY died Friday at her borne, 392 Tompkins avenue. She Is survived by her husband, Owen; one sister, Mrs. Frank Merrick. Funeral Tuesday at 9 A. M, thence to the Church of Sts. Phillip and James, Phillipsburg, N. J. JOSEPH DE LUCIA died Saturday at his home. 615 DeKalb avenue. He was fifty-six years old, bom In Italy and lived in Brooklyn thirty-five years. He was a boot-black. He to survived by his widow, Mary, and nine .brothers, fifteen nieces and ten nephews. The funeral will be held at 8:45 A. M. tomorrow with requiem mass at the R. C. Church of St. Lucy. Interment will be at St. Johns Cemetery UNDERTAKERS SINCE 1896 Thomas F-2. Quinn Cz Sons INC. Brooklyn A Qmini Most Raatonabls and Prsgrtssiva Morticians 0150 rr-To-oTB ruNERai. INCLUDING AU CHARGES Moomw n.NEKAI. HOME qUKKXK Ft'VFRAT. nOWB airs fifth AVExric too ukoamnay. ahtouia Mhor. Knud 7MH1-7SOI . Alorl UH.-170I CORONA JAMAICA WdODBAlKN COI.LEGK POINT HEARTATTACK ENDSHISLIFE John G. Harrington, Old Brooklynite, Dies After Excitement Awakened early yesterday by knocking and kicking on the door of his home, John O. Harrington, 73, of 1108 Beverly road, went down stairs to Investigate, but before he reached the door he dropped dead of heatr disease, caused by excitement. Mr. Harrington was a well-known resident of the Flatbush section, having lived In the same house for the last thirty years. He was born in Brooklyn and lived here all his life. For the last thirty years he was employed by the New York Central Railroad as charter master in charge of the marine division. During the war he was a dollar-a-year man under Secretary McAdoo. He Is survhed by his widow, Martha Foley Harrington; a brother, Thomas F. Harrington, and a sister, Mrs. Mary Trainor. A requiem mass will be celebrated Wednesday at Holy Innocents Church, Beverly road and East Seventeenth street. Interment will be at Calvary Cemetery. under direction of Carmen Pisano Sc Sons, 85 Nostrand avennpe. WILLIAM WHARTON died Saturday In Peck Memorial Hospital. He was a retired cigar manufacturer. He was born In County Kilkenny, Ireland, and Is survived by his widow, Emily Wharton. Funeral services were held st 8 oclock last night. Interment at 10:30 A. M. to-day was at Evergreen Cemetery under direction of K. B. Malone, 640 Sterling place. MARCUS COHEN, well-known Brooklyn auctioneer, died Saturday at his home, 242 Madison street. He is survived By four daughters, Dorothy Stucke, Lillian Waxelbaum, Jeanette Berenberg and Caroline Cohen; a son, Philip Cohen; three brothers, Isidore, Charles and Henry, and a sister. Elizabeth Cohen. Funeral services will be held at Boyertown Chapel, 38 Lafayette avenue, at 2 P. M. to-morrow. Interment will be at Washington Cemetery. , . THOMAS LEAVEY died Saturday. He was bom In Brooklyn and is survived by two sons, John and Harry, and one sister, Mrs. Minnie Lenhart. Funeral Tuesday at 2 P. M. from the funeral chapel of James A. Madden, 197 Franklin avenue. Interment at St. Johns Cemetery. DORA CORNELL died yesterday at her home, 89 Alabama avenue. She was bom In Lynbrook fifty years ago and is survived by three sons, James, Harold and Benjamin. Funeral services at 8 P. M. to-morrow. Interment at 3:30 P. M. Wednesday will be at Evergreen Cemetery under direction of Kearns Sons, 1504 Bushwick avenue. PALMA M. OLSEN died Saturday at her home, 436 Thirty-sixth street. She was bom In Norway twenty-four years ago and lived In Bay Ridge for five years. She Is survived by her husband, Ole; her mother, living in Norway, and two sisters, Tina Hestchehn and Ordls Anderson, and two brothers, Julius and Peder Anderson. She was a member of the Norwegian Lutheran Church. The Rev. Dr. J. Christiansen will conduct funeral services at the home of her uncle at 206 Sixth avenue, at 2 P. M. tomorrow. Interment at Evergreen Cemetery under direction of James Sharp, 4617 Seventh avenue. WILLIAM F. ZELTMAN died yesterday at his home, 1571 Eighty-fifth street. He is survived by six sons, Gottlieb, William, George, Henry, Frederick and Edward, and two daughters, Louise and Bertha The funeral services will be held at P. M. to-morrow. Interment Wednesday at 2 P. M. at Evergreen Cemetery under direction of DeMill Sc Farrell, 1725 Eighty-sixth street. HERMAN RICHARD GOLLMUSS died Saturday at Kings County Hospital. He was a cabinet .maker for the Western Electric Company. He was born In Germany sixty years ago and lived in New York City for twenty-five yeans. He lived for the past six years in Richmond Hill South. He is survived by three daughters, Martha, Ella and Dora, and a son, Paul. Funeral services at his late home, 104-29 125th street, Richmond Hill South, at 8 P. M. tomorrow. The Rev. P. W. Abel will officiate. Interment at 2 P. M. Wednesday at Evergreen Cemetery under direction of Kearns Sons, 1504 Bushwick avenue. JOHN LORPER died Saturday In his eightieth year at his home, 73 Suydam street. He is survived by three sons, Louts, John and Albert, and two daughters, Clara Mathias and Lillian Bannemann; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services at 2 P. M. to-morrow. Interment at Mount Olivet Cemetery under direction of Andrew W. Zirkel, 243 Ridgewood avenue. SADIE V. KELLEY FITZGERALD, daughter of Michael J. and Mary A. Heyword Kelley, and formerly of the Tenth Ward of Brooklyn, died yesterday at her home, 1733 East Sixteenth street. 8he was n member of the R. C. Church of St. Edmund, Avenue T and East Nineteenth street, where requiem mass will be celebrated at 9 30 A M. Wednesday. She was a life resident of Brooklyn. She is also survived her husband, Lieut. James E. Fitzgerald, vf the New York City Police Department; a son, James Fitzgerald, Jr., and a daughter, Veronica; two brothers, John and Philip Kelley; four sisters, Mary White, Mrs. Charles Harris, Mrs. Peter Wehle and Ida Kelley. Interment at-Holy Cross Cemetery, JOSEPH SCHUMM of 8917 Ninety-first avenue., Woodhaven, died Saturday, In his twentieth year. He to survived by his mother, Catherine two sisters, Madeline Haller and Catherine Reinhardt, and two brothers, John and Vincent. He was a brother of the late Harry Schumm. Requiem mass at 10 A. M. to-morrow, at the R. O. Church of 8t. Thomas the Apostle, Woodhaven, Interment at St. Johns Cemetery, under direction of Charles H. Thompson, 8711 Eighty-seventh street, Woodhaven. PETER HANSEN died yesterday, at his home, 89 Fourteenth street. He was born in Copenhagen, Denmark, and lived for twelve years in Brooklyn. He to survived by his mother and one sister. He was a member of the L O. O. P., who will conduct funeral services at 8 P. M. to-morrow at the funeral chapel of Joseph G. Duffy, 237 Ninth street. Cremation at 2 P. M. Wednesday, at Fresh Pond. WILLIAM ODEA died Saturday at his home, 211 Prospect avenue. He was bom In County Mayo, Ireland, thirty-six years go, a son of Lawrence and Mary Langan ODea and came to this country sixteen years ago. He was employed In the Department of Street Cleaning for five years. He was a member of the Holy Name Society. He is survived. In addition to his parents, by his widow. Rose Galllgan ODea; three brothers, Martin, Patrick and Lawrence and three sisters. Nora, Mary and Winifred O'Dea. Funeral Tuesday at 9:30 A. M. at the Church of St. John the Evangelist where a solemn mass of requiem will be celebrated. Interment at St. Johns Cemetery. SARAFlNA FOCARILE died Thursday In her seventy-first year at 28 Ninety-eighth place, Corona. She was the mother of Josephine. Lucy and Anthony. Funeral to-day from her late residence, thence to St. Leos R. C. Crurch where requiem mass was offered at 10 A. M. Interment was at Calvary Cemetery under direction of Thomas M. Quinn 8s Sons. ELIZABETH F. MAHER SWEE NEY died Saturday at her home, 271 Sullivan place. She was the widow of William P. and Is survived by one son, Joseph A.; one daughter, Frances A. Sweeney, and one sister. Sister Margaret Marietta, Sisters of Charity of Seaton Hospital. She was a member of St. Ignatius R. C. Church, Rogers avenue and Carroll street, and its societies, where a solemn mass of requiem will be celebrated Tuesday at 10 A. M. Interment at St. Johns Cemetery under direction of William Dunigan Sc Son, Rogers aver nue and Montgomery street. ELBERT PLATT WHITMAN died Sunday at his home, 1367 Putnam avenue. He was the husband of the tote Catherine Jane Whitman, He) was employed as a stock clerk lor twenty-nine years by Lalance & Grosjean Mfg. Co., Atlantic avenue. He Is survived by one son, Noel Whitman; one daughter; Mrs. Cecelia McCoit, and two sisters, Mrs. Thomas Welsch and Mrs. Helen Merritt.- Rev. Howard Victor Ross, pastor of the Bushwick Avenue Central Methodist Episcopal Church, will conduct funeral services Tuesday at 8 P. M. Interment Wednesday at 2 P. M. at Cypress Hills Cemetery under direction of James H. Shevlin, 464 Lorimer street. GEORGE HESS, bom in Germany sixty-four years ago, died Saturday at his home, 94 George street. Hfe lived forty years In Brooklyn. He to survived by his widow, Margaret. He was a member of the Holy Name Society, the St. Josephs Society - and the Schwaibisher Kranken Understut-zung Verein. Funeral Wednesday at 9:30 A. M., with requiem mass at the R. C. Church of St. Leonard. Interment at St. John's Cemetery He Captured a Million j? Hearts RAMON NOVARRO in DEVIL MAY CARE j Read the Story Starting Wednesday in Sty? SEE and HEAR KINGS VALENCIA jamaIca- OTHER Read 01)? IHaitharii Union Wednesday under direction of Charles Sander, 202 Jefferson street. FRANK FORTWENGLER, husband of Mary Coggins Fortwengler, died Saturday. Funeral from hit home, 2346 Myrtle avenue, Ridgewood, Tuesday at 2 P. M. He is also survived by two sons, Frank and Frederick; one daughter, Mrs. C. J. Barry, and one sister, Magdalena Fortwengler. Interment at St. John's Cemetery under direction ot George T. McHugh, 917 Kent avenue. VIRGINIA HELEN BENSON, daughter of George W. ' and Helen Frothingham Benson, died Saturday In 'Midwood Sanitarium. The funeral will be held at 2:30 P. M. to-day from the funeral chapel of Feeney Sc Sons, 1847 Broadway. Interment wlU be at Holy Cross Cemetery. HENRY P. WHELAN, a veteran of the World War and a member of Edward J. Cummings Post, A. L., died Saturday at his home, 177 Warren street. He was bom In the Sixth Ward, was a graduate of St. Pauls Parochial School and was employed by the Department of Sanitation. He IS survived by his mother, Catherine; seven brothers, John, Martin, Joseph, Thomas, Charles, Francis and Edward, and two sisters, Mrs. John J. Ryan and Mrs. E. T Griffin. Requiem mass at 10 A. M. to-morrow at St. Peters R. C. Church, Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery under direction of John F. Fagan, Henry and .Warren streets.1 JOHN COBB died yesterday at his home, 614 Wilson avenue. He Whs bom In Kings County, Ireland, and lived forty-two years In Brooklyn. He Is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Mary Bittner, and three sons, Henry, James and Bernard, and seven grandchildren. He was a member, of the Holy Name Society attached to the R. C. Church of St. Martin of Tours, where requiem mass will be celebrated at 9:39 A. M. Wednesday.' Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery, under direction of Feeney 8s Sons, 1847 Broadway. LENA ESPOSITO died yesterday at her home, 54 First place. She was bom in New Jersey and lived thirty years in Brooklyn. She is survived by three daughters, Mtb. B. Rossanne, Mrs. F. De Meyer and Lucy Esposito and a son, Michael; two sisters, Mrs. Well and Mrs. Anna Beers and six grandchildren. She was a member of the R. C. Church of the Sacred Heart, where requiem mass will be celebrated at 9:30 A. M. Wednesday. Interment at St. John's Cemetery under direction of M. McMahon, 124 Summit street. JOHN W. McGOVERN died Friday at his home, 39 Downing street. He was bom in Hopkins, Mass., and had been a resident of Brooklyn for twenty-five years. He was employed by the U. S. Government at Iona Island, N. Y., as an inspector of ammunition. He was a member of the K. of C. He Is survived by his widow, Annie; a daughter, Anna; two sons, Hugh and John; sister, Catherine Clough. He was a member of the R. C. Church of the Nativity, where requiem mass will be celebrated at 9:30 A M. to-morrow. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery under direction of M. McMahon, 124 Summit street. FRANCES BACHMAN died Thursday at her home, 147 Maujer street. She was bom in the United States seventy-four years ago, and Is survived by her husband, Franz Bachman; one daughter, Mrs. Barbara Marks, and three sons, Joseph, Frank and Peter Bachman. Funeral from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Barbara Marks, 124 Grattan street, to-day at 10 A. M. Interment was at Evergreen Cemetery under direction of John G. Lutz Sons, 132-4 Stagg street. ELizABETH MICHEL died Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Elsie Balezr, 167-20 114th avenue, Jamaica. She was born In the United States stxty-nlne years ago and is survived by two daughters, litum the PICTURE at LOEW THEATRES The Following Loew Theatres Will DEVIL MAY CARE During Week of March 8 PITKIN METROPOLITAN ATE. I. LOEW THEATRES TO FOLLOW Mrs. Elsie Balzer and t phine Kagel; one cht! ' ! Michel, and two sisters, Mrs-Emm a 1 Noll and Mrs. Pauline Harsh. Funeral from her tote residence today at 2 P. M. The Rev. D. Malbon will officiate. Interment atUitherari Cemtery under direction of. John G. Lutz Sc Sons, 507 Falrvicw aveime. PATRICK SKIFFINGTON dlc.1 ! Thursday In Ills fifty-eighth year ac City Hospital. He was a son of the late John and Margaret Sktffington and devoted brother of Joseph an . John. Funeral to-day from, t Quinn Funeral Home, 400 Broadway, thence to Our Lady of Mt. Camel R. O, Church, where a requiem mass was offered at 10 A. M. Interment was at Calvary Cemetery under direction of Thomas M. Quinn 8e Sons. LOUIS J. BOELSEN, 47 years old, died Friday at his home. 61-40 Saunders street, Rego Park. Elm-hurst. He was a son of the late Lopls Boelsen, of Elmhurst, and Is survived by his mother Magdellna Boelsen; four sisters, Mrs. Anna Schneller, Mrs. Marie Falter, Mrs. Wllhelmina Lockhoff and- Mrs. Margaret Craig, and a brother, William Boelsen. He was a real estate broker, was a member of tno Realty Board, Colonial Club and the Grand Jurors Association. Funeral services at the home to-day at 2 P. M. The Rev. Howard Northacker, of the Elmhurst Presbyterian Church of Elmhurst, and the Rev. M. 8. Littlefield, of the Corona Union Evangelical Church, officiating. Interment at Cedar Grove Cemetery, Flushing. j MARTHA CAFFRAY died Satur- i! day at the Grassland Sanitarium, u Valhalla, N. Y. She was bom in , Greenpoint forty-nine , years ago 1 and Is survived by three brothersAl Pierre, James and Alonzo Caffray. I j Funeral from Wcigand Bros, funeral parlors at Nassau avenue, corner Russell street, Tuesday at 9:30 A. M., thence to St. Cecilias R. C. Church where a solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated. Interment at St. Johns Cemetery. JOnN MCORMACK died yesterday at his home, 18 Fourth street. He was bom in Ireland and lived for forty-five years In Brooklyn. He i, was for many years employed by 1 the Brooklyn Union Gas Company. He is survived by his widow, Mary McCormack. Requiem mass at 9:30 A. M. Wednesday at the R. G.t Chprch of St. Mary Star of the Sea. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery under direction of Joseph G. Duffy, ' 237 Ninth street. DOLORES M. HOLDERMAN died Saturday at her home, 70 Ninety-third street. She was bom in Manhattan twenty years ago and is survived by her parents, William F. and Elizabeth Shmnlck Holder man; three sisters, Gladys, Margaret and Mrs. Albert Edwards, and two brothers, William and James. Requiem mass at 10 A. M. to-morrow at the R. C. Church of St. Patrick. Interment at Calvary Cemetery. 1 NORA MURRAY DAILEY died Saturday at her home. 101-33 110th f street, Richmond Hill. She was bom In New York and was formerly a resident of Greenpoint. She Is survived by her husband, Henry C. Dailey; one son, Miles; three brothers, Thomas, William and Stephen Murray. Funeral from her late home Wednesday at 9:30 A. M.; thence to the R. C. Church of the Gate of Heaven, Ozone Park. Interment at Calvary Cemetery under direction of M.-J. Grady Sc Son, 74 Calyer street. V JOHN ALFRED JOHNSON, bom sixty-nine years ago in fweden and a resident of the United States and New York for over thirty-nine years, died Friday. He was married forty-five years ago to Augusta Anderson and they resided at 249 Prospect place. He leaves his wife, a son, Carl J.; three daughters, Hilda, Anna and Mrs. Slgrid Purves, He was a member of Swedish Fifty Men Society of Brooklyn. Funeral services at Ericson Sc Erlcsons Chapel, 500 State street, to-night at 8 o'clock. Interment at 10 A. M. to-morrow at Evergreen Cemetery, riTKIV ANI HAKATOOA BKI.TX Fnrov nr. BROOKLYN

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