The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on November 5, 1945 · Page 15
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D Bratlis v j n BUI, mMkki Jomuu 0 Read Waltti c Hcdenkanv. MarieRogers. C. II. Hirn, Rosalie Rv.wi. Acel.nrie Howard William Si heff Oucn. C. Jensen. B N. Kilvem. Henry Lang. Peter Twyeffori Netlli Madebarh, Ernest Wade. William Maier, Hurry Wagner, Harold ALC HERMES - John, luddeniy, c ol Stephen. Alfred, Ruse Reposme at his e. 179 72d Street, until 9 30 am Requiem Ladv of Angels Church. and 7:iri Street, a: 10 Calvary Cemetery flowers. Masses ap- Patur- and ol overn meral Son Vlont- . No- R.C Cem- sud- be- voted icr of Inter- ment Hoi;- Cross Cemetery BRISTOI, JACOB G ;el Bristol; devoted garet, John and Rob- m'n'ei' Wluahhii on '.' '.L... - a in - i nc'v r-v-'rch 43-49 1 HOt h Wednesday, a m .; MaSS mtjer 4, 1945, wife of Mo1 timer W B-.ers gmi ' House Service at the Chapel 86 l.efferts Place. ay. 2:30 pm. Inter D . November BUXTON MARY iue "seTvices'T' s: Mary" i-opal Church Classon'and Wil- 19-1.). tesident of 1)1 Culver Street, rievo-e'd' father of Harold. Hugh Jr. mri Fi'iiie a! from Hille- brand's 'Funeral Home. 110-A Nas- t3 ,1.1..., -,-i v .,.,;,... o ' , o-iA ' ' .1 . i St Antony's R C Church, where Solemn Mass of Requiem will be offered at 10 a.m. Interment Cal- Cy TsAinrvc-. ,M mural v her H, 1945, at her home 991! St Johns Place, beloved wife of the late Fxiward; devoted mother of the 3ev Jeremiah J and Lawrence Davidson and Josephine Savage: two grandchildren. Doris and Law- Davidson, also survive. Sol- 1 Reqi Mass Church Tuesday, 10 a m. Inter- Cross Cemeterv. of Leo S Sheridan. Dircc G A HDN Eh -Suddenly. November ft. 1945, CHARLES, of 7H19 Colonial Road, beloved husband of Amanda; d voted father of Elizabeth. Marie aid Margaret; grandfather of Elizabeth Mane; brother of Alfred Trygve Kvaale Services at Fred Herbst sons Memorial, 7501 5th Avenue." Tuesday. 8 p.m. Inter ment Green-Wood Cemete:-, HEDENKAMP MARIE, nf 129 Highland Place, in her 79th year. beloved mother of Herman. Anna J, Martinoloch and Frances Hedenkamp; dear grandmother of Rich- ; Zerkel Funeral Home, lori and Norwood ver iesday 8 pm ' HIRN ROSALIE, on November I '145. beloved mother of Wtlhel- 1 live i - aeral from Village, L. I Wednesde , Requiem Mass Sacred Church, Glendale, 10 ment Most Holv Trmii unwiRn wuiisu n nt an ne Place. Bellmore.' on ' Sundav. ember 4. 1945: beloved husband ( Emma, devoted father of Dorothy I Schroeder, Capt. Frank L.: fond v Tyrian ixige n I, F tr A M I ! KNSF.N - B NORMAN, ttenly, November 3. In hU 4fiih l , loved husband of Hendv. n ather of Hendv Stene and Ruth brothers and three siste n-.jttjen Reposing ihapel, 5310 8th Avenue Services 'iesday. November 6. 8 pm Fu- al Wednesdav. 2 pm. Interment Cypres Hill Cemetery. Vltol notices accepted Bom. t Saturday nlaht for pubMcetian. Marciitlimo Stall Sat Michael Ryan, Pic Philip Butt ,r ember 4. IHS. of 76 School We.- bur.' founeih inidsf Street, Brooklvn; beloved cousin nl Mrs Lexie Pcrrin a Frank C . William S Margaret -'nd Fin. , J Perrin Sen-ice at i PmifChiM Chapel. 89-31 164th Street Jamaica, on Wcdnesdav at 8 pm. Ml)fcBCH-Nov ember 3. 1045 ERNEST of 123 Sycamore Avenue Notth PUmfleld, N J . beloved husband of Heduig 'nee Relnicke'. deoted father of Harrv L. Made- ba.-h. al&o survived by three grand- c-hildren Religious service, also Masonic bv Sanctorum Lodge. No. 747. k A M. at E. C. Waldecks Home lor Funerals 7614 4th Ave- nue, luesaay. i ju p.m. vistsu harry of 71 0" fiVh PI pJ' Ts, r i-i'; U , '' ' beloved husband ol kue father , Ha: old and Waller . .. v... .! and two grandthildren; he Greenwood u Lodge. No 569. M. and Beer Drive, s Union, Brooklvn. No tne Bus, iw-.-i bam . m,m.,.,.. g pm Interment Wednescav. 1 30 nm. Ovor Hi l emetery. MARCICMANO MICHAEL of 1236 71st Street, i:l beloved Se.upa': Frank 1 Amelia Octo 8, 1945 Mary evoted ia'ner of baby ng son of Frank and if brother of Technical ' S Army; Staff Sr; gi nov 1 nomas and Vincent Solemn Heuuie:,: Ma s Tnui.-uav Novemhe, a. 9:45 a m at St Rosalia s Church 03d Street ,,nri 4th Avenue THY residence. ed brother . Tuesd.v . m at the R C Church of St. Aastat, Nostrand Avenue Street Interment St Cemetery, Beacon, N. Y. rrat.ei .: anri Maple joaennne M -DONALD MARY A (nee Mur- phy. in her 84th year: beloved BWtht of Michael J. and Charles dren. Funeral Wednesday from her residence. 7603 10th Avenue. Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Ephrem's R C Church. Interment Holy Cross Cem- ctery. John J O'Neil, Director M.'CORMICK - ISABHIJ.E. !,n Ralph Avenue, on November 2. l4a- Survived by husband. Fran- els. and two daughters. Isabelle and Grace. a..d grandson. Kenneth Mass ol Kequiem 1 iieMiav. .-(,vem- Our Lariv of Good Counsel R. C. Church. Putnam and Ralph Avenues. MELDRUM - November 3. 1945. THOMAS, in his 77th vear. 01 2821 west 17th Street. Brookh 11 Funeral LANG - PETER en Sunda- Avenue Fiineral Chapel 519 Clinton Acne.- Brennan. anri 12 grandchil-ELIZA HOUSE, of Avenue. Wednesday, 2 pm dln nd 01le gieat-mandcluld. MOEHRER -MARGARET. In her 89th year. Beloved mother of Katie Patterson. Carrie Wilson. Barbara , ,'P 1- J . Fn,nk Moehrei ; also survived rrandchildren, and 13 great grand- 562 Fountain Avenue, Wednesday, 2 p.m. OHLSEN - HERMANN FRASER. formerly of 77 Cumberland Street uVai service a", the Evergreens Ccm'- uii; at 11 o'clock, 1 OLSON GUSTAVE on Novembe: Oschmann. devoted father of WU- brother of Albert. Services Tucsdav. 8:30 D.m . at the McManus Funeral Home, 2001 Flatbush Ave- uc- READ WALTER G.. on Monday. November 5. 194a. at Ins home. 745 oC beloved husband, of B Illor. ami uevo et utuer O! Vloia a''d , "-v Private service atiSemed ,0 M)s canning at a cere- the Prchild Chapel on Wednesday. mony gl Muchel Fleld m january, ROGERS-C MILTON, of Say- 1944. ville, L. I , suddenly, on November A graduate of Textile Higli School. 4, beloved father of Clarence M. Manhattan. Sergeant Canning en- and brothei of Oliver H. Rogers, tered the army in July. 1942 and Sen ires vV.!i;.-m,i. November 7, ville, L. I. Chapel. Sa, RYAN .,.,.,, ... ,,ri " ',. ?,"ja "S2 Penda Pe"da' v hi ther of Stephen E Jr P-ndas Ed- ,J,h .h i.nIv. p r.., n Tuesday, November 6 10 a m , !r. l.Av Qnonn nf viari,, Church. Queens , Fore Hills. SCHEFFBUCH - CONRAD on November 4, 1945. formerly of 71 Euclid Avenue, father of Mina S, Jacobsen, Elsie S. Collins and Elisa- beth S. Lindauer ' ! ' MlcliaeI Bcheffpuch Servlci dac 8 p.m.. at Donnelly k Funeral Home. 207 Euclid Interment Wednesdav. 10:.H silveira henry a . at Mm - .' N. J - November 4. 1945. iate Eiteiie v. set vice will be Hare Silveira, Meinmia! Ahbev Chaix-1 a Jj CyPf Hills Cemetery. Brooklyn. . . .. ui. inunsodi auemoon. , November .. at 3 o clock. - TWYEFFORT - NELLIE sud - : rionlc no srlllv v,-. ' . ., S tliiiiffhtpr of the late Louis P. and Ca'n; ''. ,K,' wveffort. .Service '.... '. ' V .'' . t'oreen-Wood Cemetery. ADE - WILLIAM H . home. 118 Hills, be- line; father Frank nf Webb i Fyfe Re- I-' Simon- Tuesday, November 6. at 3 p.m., at tne Ku-nmona mil Baptist cnurcn 91st Avenue corner 114th Street. Interment Maple Grove Cemetery. WAGNER HAROLD J, of Greene Avenue, on November 1945, riea, i and Clarence F Waener Ameri can Ijpgion services Oates Funeral Home, 8312 5th Avenue. Monday, R pm Requiem Mass Our Lariv of Perpetual Help Chutrh Tuesday, 10 iit f mem t,t. John s ceme- tery. william H. wade dies at 76; EX-G. O. P. CHIEF William H Wade farmer Re-' publican leader ot Queen.- and a retired builder, died vesteidav lii.s home 118 Puritan Ave fovev. Hills. He was 76. Mr. Wade was (h. uiuii ol the Queens Countv Republican Coiniint- tee (mn 1914 to 1917 Dining his f.rst JPU (orls 'l0 Q11(,Pns ho t0 19'18 in onice he ..purred ef- roll up a lame oie in or Charles S Whitman 1 ?ri as Governor from 1915 a. president of the Richmond Hl11 Republican Club trom 1907 to l9,:' l l'-ocunng new 1laners lor the organization at Boulevard. Richmond Hi "' " ' ,wur,s M- ",ur "" -null oov He was educated m the public schools I to Queens the! buildiM constiurtion htismess, he-,2 ,rveM uue 81 e m """'""" KU1. HDUU AQO Ven VUiage aim m oarden and elsew here on John J. Brennan, Republican Leader The funeral of John J Brennan. a ell-known figure in Republican ool;t,,. - i; BriKiklvn will take place 1 :t am. Weclneseiav from the William Dunigan & Son Funeral osers Ave i Mon n 1CM"" '' " " ' ' wi '' " at 10 a m- at sa creel Heart R C ' ' ' '"ul "tittai vvt.. ne 111 noiy s - '" vmricj.v. ""."".. ' :' "om ' ,p A r- ' U1P "i' '" . " Kepi, 11:1, .111 national from 1806 to 1940, He also at- r Republican State C Mr. Brennan had I P;'b" "''' tlle ! n, deputy sheriff, inspector in the Borough President .- office and in the Federal Court He was familiarly known as "Dick" to his wide circle of friends. ircle About 53 veais ago he was marled to Mary Brennan and the un.;i'the cieath of Mi's. Brennan ? u,,,r Slm.0 ,1)(,n M, B,,,nl lrl. ,.v , w),h a d ,,,,, M)s c.,t itel uie'r. a: . ,':e' M-. 1 1 ie Ave A!o smvivina a canotiie: son Wi' lia'm J Jol'ir, s iu the N York mhee Department, Frank nd George R. Brennan. also of I Police Department, four siste Mary V. Brennan. Mrs Mu-nael I I Sgt. D. J. Canning, -Celebes Casualty Staff Sgt. David J Canning 0 46th St., armorer-gunner on a ing Fortress, previously repi missing, was killed in action Celebes Sept. ' W 11 RfP?"1 tfied his mother Mrs Lily Canning He was 22 Sergeant Can- mously awarded the Air Med a, for outstandlnat ; ; courage, ability and devotion '"e ' - - -i .1 -,' - ons ,0 olv' ig IS.S lSl'T! w ! "1, in' V,' e'southw,:" . ... ,1 ,, , went overseas the follow uk Api .! molhe: brotne: Ai id a v.s-tei (Milierme Ciinnir.!: A requiem mass will be olfeied at ing to Assistant Federal Attornev PHILIP BRITT. 9 30 am. Thursday 111 S: Mc bad's Hv man I Goldstein. Flohr is ac-. previously re- r c. Church. 4th Ave. and 42d St. cused of illegal sales to two Other ng, now reported addicts over a four-year period. To W?;p,r e Td Mr.. Marie Hedenkamp ZoTS Ryan, of Forest ' Funeral services for Mrs. Mane pain morphine tablets. iiecienKamp m. 01 ia nigiuana FlM'f- wno "irn held at 8:30 pm Zirkel Funeral Home. Ridgevvo and Noiwood Aves Burial will (:netr:v Coming to the United States from Germain as a young woman, she was the widow of Her i Heden- l 1916. .Sum a daug Mat'tniolu t Hedenk U Post, both ll ! Post. B. Norman Jensen Funp,, wnlrr5 for B Norman jensen 54. vrt0 died Saturday in his , u,l -,m-r CU .-ill he heir! .'.,'.','..,., .,.i i'h. u, :..--., chapeJi 5310 8thAve. Members' of Bqv nidae Lodse. Loval Order 'Moose, will conduct 'their ritual. 1 aft-" which the Rev Leif T, Gul- hranrisen wall officiate a! religious services. Burial will be in Cypress Hills Cemeteix a native of Nor - ' o. '.; ".,., k, i. .u !Mrs.' Hendv Jensen; two sisters. Mrs.' and twoTrotners ai;d ihiee stvers m Norway. ' ' Jit flj&CmOriam CORR--In memory of mv deal vember 5, 1841. PATSY RILEY. MULLER PETER November 5, 1928. l-oving CHILDREN Modtrn Ckapck AtailtMf Efarrvrkm gr.n.nnknr.l -ZSl AND BUILDER Long Island He was presides William H Wade Inc lint.! a oo ui oolitica He was sjid to be the last M vivina incorporator o! the Rich- mono Hill Bap!i.-t Church 114-07 91st Ave. Richmond Hill which he hclpeci lo found in 1R97. Several vears ago he was marie , n.,::iuan emeritus. He was also one of the founders of the Richmond Hill Savings Bank in 1920 and at his death was a vice president and trustee. Suivivine are his widow. Mrs Josephine Lvna.s Wade; a daughter F.tnel E, Wade; a son. Lt. Corner Frank E Wade, executive otiicer of a , ooius.i ui uuu imiumivw. J' son.' Webb Wade, and a sister, Mrs 'Nella Kvfe. Funeral services will I held i p.m. tomorrow at the Richmond nul "P"" 1 u" " ,""'' lmn m . Kicnn.m.u " will b 1 Maple C. Milton Rogers, Democratic Leader Sayville, Nov. 5 C. Milton Rogers,, r the past 30 years proprietor i le Delavan Hotel, 2b8 Foster uddenly yesterday n the otel. He chairman n: County Supervisors, and had headed the Suffolk County ,v,no.r .. commit tee. He was born in Savville. a son of the late Thoma H. and Eliza Ann Green Rotjer: He had been I-,ip ..wn l.uir cotnnnssioner. end later ap pointed supervisor. Mr. Rogers was a member 01 me s,n . ,; volunteer Fire Depart- Council ;c Mason,. 1 Mice also was a member of the Suffolk Countv Societv, the Say- rf,lllm(, independent unions 111 ville German Lodge, the 8yvlllet0U1 Fi, ,.,,, statu paraded With Congrev-ational Church and Court p-otestin- a-amsi lack ol His wiie. Mrs Alice a Smith Rogers, died in 1938 Surviving at e Clarence M Rogers of Sav- brother, Olive Rogers, of Babvlcn. Funetai services will be held ; the Delavan Hotel Wednesday 1 2:30 p.m. and burial will be i Mrs. J. Davidson, Mother of Priest Mrs. Joanna Dav-f Edward Davidson he Rev. Jeremiah J s 10 a 11 . Fathe Dav luting. Burial .s Cemetery. 1 J. a retired member York Police Departme::' : , Mrs Josephine Sav a grandchildren, Doris and e Davii Druggist Indicted OnNarcoticsCharge The Brooklvn Federal grand jurv todav indicted Harrv M Plohr mo'- ,. - , ' L U Z p, ' 5 LLZ ""on af it, , ... j ' His indictment is the aftermath ot lhP conviction two weeks ago of Albert Rosoff. 30. of 164 Linden Boulevard, for forging morphine prescriptions which Flohr allegedly filled, Rosoff. a mercantile marine variant oil iter ha, been sentenced Besides the Rosoff sales, aecord- e Reds Claim Yanks ; Battle in China Continued from Page in northeast China near the Man- tinman border. Information Minister K. C. Wu s Mrs Of the Chungking Government taken off, Frances categorically denied the charges. The President i.-miiuted the rteli-r three and said the Communists had marie lhat the Gov .i-nment had :.- beoree Uw onlv an effort to ellenate 1,a,ld 1,1 ,he direction of the con--lw,f the American people and lead them ln.e. Therefore, labor and man-to ask for the withdrawal of United lenient have an opportunity tr Communications Minister Yu Fei- penc. however, revealed that U. S were accompanying earh traveling from Norm China's largest coal mine at f Kailan southwest to Tientsin Ma- 111 also garrison the mine he M1- . . . , Nort h China's second largesv l aoinane m southern Shantung, ; been surrounded for 8a days !1' Communists, he said. Yu charged have d".-timed 848 miles of railwavs Tl!f snvrriimem has put 30.000 Japanese lailw.v. engineering troops - m North China, the new 1 China O;-vrp";")i0m," Kai-shek's Nationalist trooos s Pehtaino. it) nines souinwes: o; Manchurian border fortress EBBERS-HILI. Cliitu Avinue funeral Chapel 59 Clinton Avenue G. E. FUHRER, Lie. M9r. MAin 2-0531 125 Ships to Take Over 1,000,000 Tons Of Food to France Washtnt )v 5 U P1 - Some 125 nd belore our civic groupi kn ir.a-ill ss'l from tl'e i: improvements ter Brooklvn France this month -He led the tight tar thl Civic 1000 1)00 tons of Center and the lie.i.sir.j s in food cottcm nf oirect Ml elf rt- to the Eagles sore';- i -ee'ceu sup- ponu one the rehabilitation of the neri todav o!fl''r Ctnt of the borough Cured S' "' i"01 French p sirei aim P"es. i. as learned today, Ameriran otfioials expect this ra'tf of deliver, to continue, and profc ably increase throughout the Win- ter. Fooc-tulfs roanprW a lUbiUn Ual P1 - shipment- Olt.cial; now estimate that Um average Frenchman will subsiet thu VVi, iter oi i 2 400 ca, a, , miumum :. " This level mac fall t. 1 Tun The caloric e pound of supplies it receives from Certain smaller liberated nations which also buy their own supplies seeking help from U. N. R R A lace a be t,: Winter than the:: French neuhbo: ..-co: a- , , ,' ' .', ,. , la test estimate.- here ra-c . ..lorn level 1,1 Hei ::u:n 1: expected to be 3.250. Netherlands. 2.V1O. and Norway. 2 800 Bo':: S.vecirn alio r .0:i.e eT;)0!'ao c&or s 3.000 and 2.900, .peel U. S. Sick of Labor War, Truman Says t onlinueci irom 1 as r- v..iai.. Ki.hnn of r ;: opal i.nuicn 01 ' 0llt..'U(, building pickets rep- l'! Tmio, not afllllated with anj , : . ia,.0 fMtmtinna Tar ,hCifUUS not prevent the The conference got mine: wav with Judce Walter P. Su. chief justice of the North Caiolina Cal., for "Good Wil." Standard Judse Stacy sain the deiega e, had been chosen bj the;: various groups "for then bretdtn Ol vis on and lovaltv of purpose He caoeri Pi, sioen' ir,. man tow ungates that the Amcican people especiallv displeased with ei mdiwuai Mrll'e because repre-tives ot both sides had pro solemnly "that they would ' IhrCUlh the reconversion period." " The President advorated first, as the answer to labor-management problems. the right and -.lie duf. collectively The bargain hoiild be undertaken "with the resolve to reach an agreement he said. that fails, if bargaining pro- duces no results, then there must t and realities, instead .,. o: pal lls.m Condemns Juriidicitional Strikes The President said some s.iostl- found lor jurisdictional "We shall have to find methods not onlv of Peacpful negotiation of ;abor rontracU bm alst "'"M'rmpf Ml " " f "" Mr. Truman said that there ould lor stopping production contend iii iden.'e management with a charge that t often it has looked upon labor r lations as "a stepchild to be di regarded until the controversy h reached a point where leal C lective bargaining becomes ve difficult if not almost impoasibli Mr. Truman accused manageme of "all too frequently" using "d laying tactics" in the actual proce of collective bargaining. He sa There can be no lustifiration f the future- ind.tstnal i the first rols were He noted that post I roubles .started as s.m wa.-inne (.overtimes controls wen derstanding anri agreemeni "with- sure." The President country's unparalleled opportunity n world trade would remain open long.' with the world wai for the produce of American n iuu and lac- production - , production we n soon. Mr. Truman's addn broadcast. Columbia Dean's Rites Set for Wednesday Trpnton Nm h l(JD, FLherbstsJ 7.101 FIFTH A VENUE RilOOKI t V 1 Fla,.ush Ave-plan is wivcii juppun Continued from Paf 1 GoM.i '..:.- borough h been a leader Beard of BstfaftttC In Ott Sunclav x Eagle outlines bia plan for the impro-emen: of Flatbush Ave and the adjacent block between the Long Island R R station and Grand Atmv Plaza portation including two four-track subway systems and the L. I. R R churches of all denomma'ions. schools, hospitals, banks the Publ.c Library Br, uKivn iii-.ii.itc. BO- Garren. Prospect. Park. shopping district Manhattan and t lrtl,,r a wvl. ;-ied and sucee.Nsfui he might be adapted t il the borough. tne prompt .. ,,f ,h ..... .,horities o' the people of Brooklyn. "'" ''" say tne Plan ,:,;, ,, ;,,,. We think anri flinvard iir,. one 0f the iperaiions B: ok., n Refers to Costly Projects "II li not nearly so big nor so costly a the west siae Improvement in Manhattan, which was pushed around for years until Robert Moses came along and planned and finished it. Perhaps the millions of people who visited and en loved Navv Week took it d that nit big They 1 with W'lon. "In size the McGoldrlck Plan id not equal Parke-hester nor Llp housing projects In the Bronxk' Appeal' and Manhattan nor Fort Greene The quiz i.' Hou.oes in Brooklvn. bum or modernized bv conquerors " e:npei o: for ; neir giory- Peace- Ul n !hl wggeMwn c..,.(,Ufr McOoldrick fathereei no ;rt;f pan Hf no dollbt had ,n mmfj tjl(, s!al(,men, of lllp director of ,,,,, npw Frnn( pl.ojecl a( - Make no lit have no magic to plans, thev men's blood Make big plans, aim high in hope aim worn, remembering that a noble logical diagram, once recorded, will never die. Let your watchword be order, your beacon beauty.' ' Praised bv Matthews Mr, Matthews declared- have read and studied Witt -teat interest Controller M, (io.. - rick s plan for rehabilitating the 10-biock area on Flatbush Ave. from Atlantic Ave. to the Grand Army Plaza, as set forth In Sunday s Brooklvn Daily Eagle. -While a,, piaiK mi, h '. call for considerable outline as suggested mer- iastic praise for Control- dncks vision and judg- McGi the proptM our c b" w.M ticular r level i t-Wide Support "It is s who v 1 giving awav the taxpayers money ' in idealistic dreaming that I am certain the plan will receive enthu-1 siastic support from all groups. ' financial and otherwise, who sin- cerely believe in the future of our that we who live In Brooklvn groUp of morons, "Controller McOoldrick lias practical planning in the la ears gamed in stature in the hearts nd minds of ail who are sincerely oncerneei about the Brooklvn of se Controller Mc-the improvement in order lhat this Qolrlck's I o Klatbtisl :noiiii;i.,:a niav beiomc a part 0 nec: i'ark parkway. i j aK)roVe nr M, MoGoldrjck- 1 plar 1epot to Grand Army i improve both sides d In a stv le creditable itch to this historic throughout our coun-natural beauty and HENRY McCADDIN & SON CHAPELS AVAILABLE IN ALL LOCALITIES 24 SEVENTH AVENUE Nlvim 8-8912 5L SONJA'S SUCCESSOR-F n actress Kay Sutton, v. rumor has it. II alieJe into skotin place after the latter'; divorce trom Dan Topping millionaire playboy, becomes final Mayor, Herlands Win Stay in Suit The pre-trial questioning 0: Ma; LaGuarcia. former investigate Commissioner Herlands tnd Abl ham Weinman and Maurice Lasl who were his aides, scheduled 1 today 1 a s?yBwas signed bj Pre- fiSion, along with a sliow-rrier wlTich brings the rase poned sidmg 'ate D etore tne hiRh court Friday defense motions for rearcu- le to go to the Court preliminary to the $1 400 000 da s tne pump Although a defendant Herlands ai 0 it v Is not named as and the Mayor and Mr his aides a:e sued as hev are represented Ir. Corpo: n; ion Coi.ii.-e! Mm - rls Shapuo. acting in his official raPac"v. The order for the X atiirmea oy tne Appelate Division. Rooney Says Vets Can't Buy Surplus Continued from Page lci,se'' P"1'1' 'bious 1 " " 150 OUR FUNERAL HOMES 1S1 Undn out " Bu"kmiif 41200 ... 50 Seventh Anu MAI 2-S5S5 UU FUUwWi ftve.-BUckmmstK 2 026-7 571 f ortstAv.Wt Brighton -CI brdtr2-S0 4-&S0O RSymond 9-100 mma doy; ei lata o If) pm Saturday night for p iblication. ISMnSfltiiHonld nd t'Tws WHEN OUT OF TOWN ble Ujbelleve the b ' ' l'x"'' register from Brooklyn min l Park Slope wili - - oia, e l Rtd d ( rrmrr H "The old sections of B:ooki-.n -i.r. . lX tiav-. v'fhoii- one exception, to mv I ,mlM'mt J"r "" not rin'inng ,, this tune to I . h'mlln't' ua"'r ' I save our borough, n will be too I iu iuu. ' I I, a I WlllUM Dunigan t Son I Walter fCoofet M.: SSS., , If Search Narrows For California Mining Heir, 3 Dick three-vear-old scion of a wealth? mining was centered -ndav OC tne Stfoot-Mt Yuba River less than a qua-ter-mile from thfc rhilds home. Authorities dragged the river d vaN for m and planned to drag it arun -oda-Other searthers piepaied ti expand the radius of the hunt beyond tnf bv foot since the bov d.sappeared A Daeager d ie turned up yet prominent Mr and Mrs. Turn Sudcn. One of 250 i from Camp Bea'.e found Whit pieces of cloth on n r. a (tally a Iwl.'-mile from th DUtrki A-tornev Alfrd A tne prospect 0 taid. Dentiiati Den: familv ,.me-inan. said he believed that Dickie wa either 111 the river or kidnapped ' .As the search continued yesterday the army reported two more dogs were en route by air from ; Ogden. Utah, to Reno, Nev., to aid the searching parties Curfew Ordered In Palestine Riots mma! of the from Iraq. Pales: me Queens Suspect Held in Killing Continued from Page 1 ins employer earh- yesterday and told him he was waived for murder. "What shall I do? he is said to have asked When Mr. Peek suggested that he give himsell up. Theis went 1 hour MQH NOV 5 193 , , . the police station wueu Mr Pepk ad h(, aaw Thpis m :e nu" Tuesday at 5.30 p m. and then not i,cqul" until 8:30 a.m. Thursdav. He said rteMa !lc enil)lovPa lne auapect Sept. 24 even though he did not need ad-"'"' riitional help because Theis pleaded single or lnf job Mr. Peck told reporters that last of the Saturday afternoon Theis said he of the local had a girl 111 Pontiac but gave no further details, s returning Pontiac poLire charge that Mrs. ., intent on Young was killed after she threat-re are de- rllpd to expose Theis' embezzlement n and Man- of her husband's bank funds. They ,'PC 111 great sald his wife. Patricia, divorced him am needed because of his af.'au with Mrs. leaving the Young. Beldock Convicts 164, e To Set New Record c! District i nounred to i that his . sescured 164 .-nnvictiom during the 1 month of October, the highest on 0 record for any October by his esti- 1 There were 113 guilty pleas before - 'rial; 38 jury convictions after trial 13 guilty pleas during trial. I "SI . I M-l Kit '..I

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