The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on March 3, 1954 · Page 11
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Br atffs - . Bausch, Mae MeMahon, Mary Blermann, Marie McGuire.Mary uovaen. unariei Meyer, Emllie t Bracken. F. 11. Dallry, Miry Doleeomscoto, C. Dunne, Harry Pitzpatrlck, M. Golden, Rest domes, George Gorman, E. A. Harry, Robert O. Hesse, Herman Mullen, Thocnat Nlcarei.Dr.ua NUsson, Theresa OUonneH, EL J. Paaoo, Anthony Rainforth, John Reid, Mrs. Annie Romolo, Louis Sehroth. Freda Bhotwell.Davn Hlggins, John Sr. Snow. Elizabeth Hcgarty. Jane Stormcnt. M. A. Hughe. John Thcmas. Jcsrph Keely, Thomas Thompson, C. Kennedy, J. Thcn-ioson, E. E. atauion. a una utter, tiernen HARRY ROBERT G., on Feb-, MULLEN THOMAS P., sud-ruary 28, 1954, beloved husband ofldenly, March 2, 1954, N. Y. F. D., Grace G. (nee Dodge), and devoted-Engine Company 240, beloved hus- father of Robert V., Jean L. and Vernon D.; grandfather of Diane,1 Nancy, Susan and Barbara; brother ot Leonard C, John fc. and Howard D. Services at hi residence, II Irving ton Place, Wednesday, g p.m.! Interment Wect Edmeston, N. Y. HESSE HERMAN (JIMMY), on February 28. 1954, uncle of Ernestine Hesse. Religious service band of Frances (nee Bradley); lovtr.g father of Maryann E. Funeral Saturday, 9 a.m., from his home, 114S E. 13th Street. Solemn Requiem Mass 0:30 am. St. Bren dan's Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. John F. McGralh, Director. . NILS SON THERESA (nee' Byrne McGrath). March 2, 154 Wednesday, 8:1S p.m., at the Uf m ith Street, devoted mother James H. Tracy Funeral Home, 0f Edward and William Byrne; 1483 Flatbush Avenue, near Glen- dear sister of Margaret Blelsten; wood Road. Funeral Thursday, lalso survived bv tour erandchll- 10:15 a.m. Interment Everjreensren. Solemn Requiem Mass Fri- Cemetery. day, 10 a.m.. St. Michael's R. C. Church. Reposing at Chapel of Mrs. Mabel Wood Hill, Noted Composer, Music Instructor Funeral cervices for Mabel Wood Hill, Brooklyn-born com-i poser and founder of the Brooklyn Music School Settlement, the New York Music School Settlement and the Hudson Blver Music School, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow in St. George's Protestant Episcopal Church, Stuyvesant Square and E. lGth St. Manhattan. Mr. Hill, who was particular Z,rZ Zi tahn Ma" I, beloved husband of ma?n'Jolin lEtobeth B.; devoted father of McCarthy, Ann Wright, A. Lst. U. John J. Jr., U. S. A. F and N I C A R G 1 LAWRENCE H. M.D., suddenly, on February 28. AMERICAN LEGION. 106th ScbweUzer. Reposing tBeing at 'MiraUa Funeral FANTKT rOST Members will assemble for services at SIS S. 10th Street, New Hyde Park, L. I., N. Y.J Wednesday, March 3, 1954, at 8 pm, where our late comrade. Past Commander JOHN WEINMANS,1 reposes. Solemn Requiem Mass Thursday, 10:30 a.m., St. Ann's R C. Church, Stewart Manor, L. I. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Fred A. Gillette, Commander. HIGG1NS " JOHN J. Sr., Of 7i T,.r.u ri miffs 4th limu inrflliriuoUnnirn fnr hr ironHil. .iSthtreet. ' Itions of Bach, died Monday in a hospital in Stamford, Conn. She resided at 237 W. 86th St., Manhattan, and at Brookfield, Connecticut. Daughter of Cornelius Delano Wood, who made his home for many years on St Mark's Ave., Mrs. Hill, who was known professionally as M. Wood Hill, was a graduate of Smith Col lege, and studied music in this city under Walter Henry Roth- well and Cornelius Hybner. In 1D21 her transcription of Bach's five-voiced preludes and fugues the Fullerton Funeral Home, 131 Merrick Road, Baldwin, L. I. American Legion service Thursday. 8 p.m. Funeral Friday, March 5, 10 a.m. Interment Long Island National Cemetery. Chapel, 8605 18th Avenue, Brook' Iyn, until Thursday; Requiem Mass at Our Lady of Perpetual Help at 11' a.m. Burial will be tn Calvary Cemetery. HOG ARTY JANE nee Walsh)' ."r , ,n T.'' i one ti. ...n, a . . iviait.ii j, , mut, iciutu uauwiuasii oi """"iul.7' " i2li Precinct, N. Y. P. D., beloved , uu,eu nC i mu. i h b d f Cath,rine mee Thomas and Edward Hogarty.i tt irnLun vana. Tr- QnH fcAU&CH MAE MM on March 1,'Mary Mortensen, Jane Hyland and v;" . Z " ' "f anart V1ifB ,lf V-, loin NTir-Viool Water a ft t iitor1 vietnv . "viit0 aCVVGU WUC Li WiC jnw.mti.inn,. .j , u- Wi,.... T rti rr nnrl tlla lnta Tnhri I CoL Jacob J Bausch; daughter ofiCatherine Walsh, Margaret If-Idear brolr ot John and Edward. nvsu w aie mary tuiij.. ""v.u v,.ii. m "-.Member of Pnil H. Sheridan Coun It wag only natural then that in 1928 she wa commissioned by the Canadian government to revive Robert Burn's cantata, "The Jolly Beggars" for the Banff Musical Festival in Canada. So successful was it that the work, most of which she wrote, wes repeated at the 1930 Banff Festival. Mrs. Hill was the author of "Tne Adventures of Pinoechio," a ballet pantomime, which was played at the Longaere Theater in 1931. Other of her orchestral works were played at the Berkshire Festival, at Stock-bridge, Mass., and last year Town Hall in Manhattan cited her for her "fine American citizenship of which this city is justifiably proud." She was a member of the Xew York Association for American Composers & Con ductors, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, the League of Composers, the Society of Women Geographers, the National were played by the New York'.League of American Penwomen Funeral on Thursday, 9 a.m., from the Chapel, 6741 5th Avenue. Solemn Requiem Mass St. Pat-lick's R. C. Church. 9:30 a.m. Interment Arlington Cemetery. Washington, D. C. HERMANN MARIE A. H., on March 2, 1954, beloved wife of Diedrich P.; sister of Anna C. Eck-hoff. Services at the Moadlnger Funeral Parlors, 1120 Flatbush Avenue, Thursday, 8 pm. Please omit flowers. BO WD EN CHARLES, formerly of Greenwich Village, beloved husband of the lata Catherine (nee Foley); dear father of Frank, Arthur and the late Charles; also survived by six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Reposing at HUIefcrand Funeral Home, 83-17 Woodhaven Boulevard, Queens, until Thursday, 1 p.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Ernest J. Sicca nil, Director. BRACKEN On March 1, 1954, FLORENCE M., of 93 73d Street, beloved wife of John J.; devoted mother of Mrs. Walter Fay, Mrs Albert Gotzale and Mrs. John Col. land; also survived by 20 grand children. Funeral from the cil, No. 908, Knights of Columbus. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m., from Philharmonic Orchestra. Her Scotch-Irish descent ap parently made Mrs. Hill highly Thomas Edward Ireland Funeral,the JamM E Tnornton pwai susceptible, to Scottish am. and. Home 1088 Nostrand Avenue. Fri-.H 5402 7lh Avenue: solemn, became an authority on the ,ay' f m'; . Soltem" Rtlluem 'Requiem Mass. 10 a.m.. Our Ladj1 music of the bagpipe. ace Rt Winnie f iui TI r 1 . l BROOKLYN EAGLE, WED., MAR. 3, 1954 H John F. Weinmann, War I Vet, Produce Clearing House Chief A solemn requiem mass for John F. Weinmann, World War I veteran and past commander of the 106th Infantry Post, American Legion, will be offered at 1M0 a.m. tomorrow in St. Anne't R. C. Church, Stewart Manor. The funeral will be held from hi.s residence, 615 S. 10th St.. Xew Hyde Park. and the Woman Pays Club. Surviving are a son, Edward: T. Hill of Sarasota. Fla., and! two brothers, Willis D. and! Cornelius D. Wood, both of Brooklyn. Church, 10 a.m. Interment Charles Cemetery. St. lot Perpetual Help R. C. Church.' Interment St. John s Cemetery. HUGHES JOHN WESLEY, of 152 68th Street, formerly of 268' Miller Avenue, on March J, 1954, beloved husband of the late Ella T. Hughes; father of Beatrice Smith, Violet Kraft and Irving: Hughes; also survived by eight grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. Funeral Friday. 9 a.m., from Clavin Funeral Home, 7722 4th Avenue; Requiem Mass Our Lady of Angels Church, 9:30 am. KEELY On March 1, 1954 PASCO ANTHONY P., March 1954, beloved husband of Anna devoted father of Helen Risavich, Irene Barish, Audrey Cull, William and James Pasco; also survived by 12 grandchildren. Funeral Friday, 9 a.m., from the Mc-Manus Funeral Home, 2001 Flat-bush Avenue; Requiem Mass, 9:30 a.m., Mary Queen of Heaven R. C. Church. Interment St. Charles Cemetery. i Rites Tonight for H. L. Utter, Retired Railroad Official, 85 Funeral services for Herbert! L. Utter, 85, who retired in 1929 as secretary-treasurer of the Missouri-Pacific Railroad, will be held at 8:30 tonight at the residence, 286 Stuyvesant Ave. i RAINFORTH JOHN, on March O 10",J nf 1'JQ Mrirr, A I'AnitA W THOMAS H., beloved husband of, loved brother or G ata-l The Rev. Melville Hatcher of ft.- t ur. K-a.w.,;. rZ ionn- 3150 survived by nieces andjtbe , nephews. Service at the E. C. Wa - ';?ete e,I grlS'(IiKmaflik Home for Funerals. 7614 4th i 5,.g?jSTi heI. fAvenue. Thursday, 8 p.m. Inter- 10 a.m. I erine Finnecan and Owen Keely. Reposing William A. Martin Fu-neraj Home, Classon Avenue cor- 11ns: sister of Mrs. Francis Schmid-ner Sterling Place. Funeral Fri- Iln, Mrs. John McGulre. Mrs. ""'c"' " Perth Ambov. N. J., wife of Ar Richard Gibbons, John, Edward,!, " - ttI ' "''ithur; mother of Mrs. Walter B Pushwick Ave. Baptist Church, will officiate. Burial will be tomorrow in Evergreens Cemetery. I Mr. Utter, who died Monday in his home, was born in Mor- REID Mrs. ANNIE, on March 1,'risville, X. Y., the son of the at her home, 227 Kearny Avenue, Rev. Samuel S. Utter, a Baptist minister, and came to Brooklyn as a youth. Starting his railroad career as an office hoy in Manhattan for the Jay Gould interests, he advanced steadily through various departments, eventually becoming secretary-treasurer. His wife, Harriet, died in 1926. Surviving are two sons, Howard H. and Laurens A., both of Stanley, X. V.; a grandson, David Utter, a student at State Technical School, Bing-hamton, X. Y., and a granddaughter, Jean Utter, a third-year student at Cornell Uni-1 versity. tery. i.survived by three sisters, bliza- Alr. Weinmann, who was born beth Weinmann of the New in Brooklyn and lived here tin- Hyde Park address; Mrs. Caro-til 14 months ago, died on Mon- line Ebert and Mrs. Catherine day at the age of 57. Until his Wabsh. NASSAU EXPERIMENT Mrs. Shofwell, 30, Packer Graduate North port, March 3 Mrs. Dawn Eckerson Shotwell, 30, of East Northport, wife of Willets; Shotwell and daughter of Dr. Lowell B. Eckerson, Brooklyn physician, died yesterday in Huntington Hospital. Born in Brooklyn, Mr. Shot-well was educated at Packer Collegiate Institute in that lKrough and at Northport High Sr.h(-inl Sho, and Mr Shntu-all were married in Northport ini?urial wil1 ' in Calvary Cmei June 15, 1947. Surviving, besides her husband, who is business manager of the North Shore Medical Group in Huntinton, and her father are a daughter, Nancy, and a son, David. Another son, born Feb. 14, died a few hours after birth. Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Caroline Episcopal Church, Setauket. The family has asked that those planning to send flowers, make a contribution Instead to Huntington Hospital. Mrs. J. F. Gorman Rites Tomorrow A solemn high mass of requiem will be offered tomorrow at 9:15 a.m. at St. Mary's R. C. Church, Newburgh, N. Y., for Mrs. Elizabeth Anne Gor man, 33, who died Monday at, her home, 27 Gardner St., New-burgh, after a long illness. Born in Brooklyn, Mrs. Gor man was the daughter of Ella and the late Clarence Timony and the wife of James F. Gor man She served with the Army retirement two years ago he was head of Markets Collection, Inc, a clearing house for the wholesale fruit and vegetable business in this city. He helped organize the firm shortly after World War I. In addition to the 106th Infantry Post, he belonged to the "40 & 8" of Kings County. A bachelor, Mr. Weinmann is County Gives Up Dairying, Cows Sold for $3,300 Mineola, March 3 Nassau County today sold its 12 cows, two calves and a bull to a local! farmer, Irving Lllie of West-bury, for $3,300. thus ending aj ten-year experiment that was. beginning to cost too much herd had been The tained on the 50-acre farm of the Nassau County Home for, the Aged at Uniondale, supply ing milk for the county jail. the two county hospitals and the Home for the Aged itself. But, said Deputy Welfare Com-j missioner Sam Zernike, the cost of cowboys, .cattle feed and Charges HIP Foes Seek More Fees Continued from Page 1 tern nnder which the city pays half the medical premium of city employe who join H. I. P. hut not any other plan. He wants the ciljr employes to have the "free choice" of joining any other medical plan under the tame payment plan. "Actually," said Dr. Baehr. "the city, a.s employer, has main- looked around for the best pos sible medical plan it can get for iu money and bought H. I. P. because it gives the employes the most for the money "The 'free choice' that the opponents of H. I. P. are talking about Is not patient's free choice to good medical treat ment. They get that in H. I. P. pasteurizing the milk produced patient has the choice of any had become too high. It wouldtone of 30 groups in the city, be cheaper, he said, to buy milk than produce it Hence the herd o cows, com Andrew, Robert and Joseph Acker lso survived by three grandchildren. Funeral from Schaefer's Funeral Parlors, 4th Avenue at 42d Street, Thursday, March 4. 9 am.; Solemn Requiem Mass Our Lady of Angels R. C. Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. DAILEV On March 1, 1954, lcIU":m ol" ""'"" vemewiy. Ha,j gnj A wilIiam Reld; sister KENNEDY JAMES J., on'of Mrs- J- c- Smith, Mrs. Beatrice March 2, 1954, at his residence, 445,HerwiS' Ed war . and Patrick SHth Rtrot KoiH hMi... ,:Poers. Reposing at the Garret- Daniel F. and nephew of Mrs.i-Ko5en Funeral Chapel, 285-Mamrrt .inw mucin rJ Mr iHigh Street, Perth Ambov. Fu-i Agnes McCorm'ack and James, service on Friday at 1 o'clock Hudson. Funeral from his resi Joseph Thomas, Retired Officer dence. Friday, 9:30 a.m. MARY L., wife of ;he late Thoma.s"eaulem Mass " tne k. u. unurcn i and mother ri Frank J. Daileyl0' uur i "rpetuai Help. of 33 Beaumont Place. Newark. 1,llt""rm no'y '-n cemetery. Funeral from Frank McGee Home for Funerals, 525 Summer Avenue, Newark, N. J, on Thursday, March E. H. Lockwood, Director. Maj.CF.McKally, Of Salvation Army Buffalo, March 3 (U.B Senior Maj. Charles M. McNally, young peoples secretary of the, Salvation Army, who had served in various parts of the e country, including Brooklyn, vived by wife. Vincenza; nan,- Y. P. D., Traffic Division, idied yesterday at his home hi the St. Peter's Episcopal solemn requiem mass will Solemn""'0"- l?" mDoy. interment ii,e offered at St. Mary's Church. rrospeci niu uemetery, cawweii,' ... . New Jersey. i"1 St- an(i 23d Ave., tomorrow 'at 9::?0 a.m. for .Joseph A. ,5rT "J' Thomas, retired member of th . wa u wait i vi i UC. Olil MALLIOX ALMA C. nil Fphni iUlUl"", arv 9 ot EVu-f Ji Un,,.l ' Nihnln s mnlhf Vrinru. hrnl h ! ...1, .K-,l 11 .. ... - IPrP. Hp WAS 54. . rt . T!1. . ' -1 TI J , . V l.UHUIUU. U U, .v.. -.t,t,v.a, Wiwm M III, t 1 I f I fill ,VII1 II .IV I IT Xfl,-. " -' ;Hm .t TJ'tTit , n rJZ',rived fcv loving husband. Louts A.;ers. Samuel, Pasquale. Jerry, !v euian Honit il " ! Major McNally was born in q cn rh r 9 11 and children, Louis C and Donald: Michael, Nicholas Jr.; sisters, Bar-V 5 ' , ,. . , . JCuelph, Out., Canada, and came .aevoiea oauomter or Joseph and, oara. Mary, Mimrea, victoria. Fu-i ""- ".ltu al;to the United States jolcemasuulu tAKMtLA, tmuy 'lanmi; devoted sister of nerai inursaay, a:au a.m., irom jo-j""J'' c, was a. me-iuiig c' 1365 63d Street, Brooklyn. Re-Tina Dieli, Fulvia Foreman, ines'seph Tari Chapel, 121 Park Ave-'resident of Brooklyn, lie was pc-iag at Court Funeral HomeJCafarella and Iris Tallini. Re-nue; Mass, 10 a.m.. Nativity R. C. (attached to Traffic Squad I. Cou.- and Sackett Streets. Inter ment Thursday morning, St. John's Cemetery. . , Director, Aruiello Gargiulo. DUNNE Sunday, February 28, 1954, HARRY F of 352 11th Street, husband of the late Harriet; beloved father of Grace Carley and Joseph Dunne; brothe- of Catherine Dunne and Lucy Phillip. Reposing Lynam'a Funeral Home, 4th Avenue corner 13th Street. Funeral Thursday; Solemn Requiem Mass Holy Family Church, 10 jn. Interment Cemetery. tery. SCHROTH FREDA, posing at Cuimano & Russo Fu- Church. Madison and Classon Ave-X. Y. P I) nine years. until his sickness last Fall, he on Marchihad been a guard with the of William Edna. Serv- MARTIN RICHARD T., of 243 ices at John Sehy & Son Chapel, Cooper Street, on March 1, 1954,1319 Central Avenue, Wednesday, 9 beloved son of Mary V.: deariPm in 1H14 After attending the Salvation Army Training College in -New York City, he nerved, not only lor over :'.i vp.ir.si:.. i, i.i i... neral Home. 2005 W. fith Street, nuts. Interment Calvarv Ceine- f., .h i., .. .' I dioomjii, uui m wensvuie ' - ' - - umi nil LIIC itl.L unui inursaay, a.m.; Kequlem Mass in SS. 6imon and Jude R. C. Church. IntM-mpnt II R Nxtirvnal Cemetery, Pinelawn, h. I. L beloved mother I Helen, Herbert and brother of Marion Kelly, Eleanor tery Thursday, 2 p.m. Rocco and Fred Martin. Reposing jArma Corporation He is survived by his wife, " Mrs. Helen Thomas, and four interruthe T Mrs. Marie Trench at Welgand Brothers Funeral Home. 1015 Halsey Street, Bushwick Avenue near SHOTWELL DAWN ECKER SON. on March 2. 1954, Mrs. Irene Lane, Mrs. Carole Connelly and Joan Thomas friends may call at the Holy Cross j a.m.; Solemn Requiem Mass sV 154, of East ,", ".-'t,. , " until Saturday. .P". V". " i 5"- 1KS2 B,th il lrZY, iyn, jm. y., oeiovea wue oi vvmetsT 7 i.'hhchi, mm Martin of Tours R. C. ChurchjshoU'e11 nd loving dau4fhter of mwmmwrr . .o 9:30 a jii. Interment, flalvuru rrr,-1 "r. L,owe,l eckerson. lunriiMva . .rvl.o of -.,,.li,. levy. . ..vu cnurcn, jaeaiauKet, u. nee Cassidy), suddenly, on March 1, 1954, at her residence. 2902 Clarendon Road, beloved wife of Wilfred (Fred). Funeral from James C. N'lgent Funeral Home, Avenue DtmS. 38th Street, Friday. Sole Requiem Mass St. Jerome's B. C. Church, 9:45 a.m. rrrzPATiucK margaret. My dearly loved friend. Rest in peace. LIL. GENERAL PHIL H. SHERIDAN, NO. W8, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Brother EUGENE O DON-NELL being waked at James Thornton Funeral Parlors, 5401 McC A R T H Y ANNA (nee Keane), suddenly, on March 2, 1954, at residence, 348 54th street, beloved wife of Patrick: devoted mother of Mrs. Mary Dalbora, Mrs., Josephine Miller and Edward; sis-j ter of Mrs. Mary Galama; also survived by seven grandchildren. Reposing at Oosgrove Chapels, 5723 5th Avenue. Requiem Mass at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Memorial Episcopal: I., Thurs day, March 4, 1954, at 2 p.m. in lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Huntington Hospital (Albany, N. Y., papers please copy.) SNOW ELIZABETH (BABS), suddenly, on February 28, 1954, be loved wife of Harry. Reposing at Walter B. Cooke, Inc., Funeral Home, 20 Snyder Avenue, near TnlermenIFlatbush Avenue. Funeral services weanesaay, o p.m. interment Thursday, 1 pjn. McGUIRE MARY A. (nee Pa Church, Friday, 9 a.m, Calvary Cemetery. be in St. Charles Cemetery. UTTER HERBERT L, on Mon day, March 1, 1954, beloved father of Howard H., Laurens A. Utter; brother of Grace L Utter. Service at his residence, 286 Stuyvesant Avenue, Wednesday, 8:30 pm. WEINMANN JOHN F, on March 1, 1954, dearly beloved brother of Elixabeth Weinmann, Caroline Ebert and Catherine Walsh. Reposing at his residence STORMONT MARION A. Feb- 615 S. 10th Street, New Hyde Park, 7th Avenue. Brooklyn. Members; . " . "la" J "Vuary 27, 1954 of Brooklyn N Y iuntil Thursday, 10 a.m.; Solemn will assemble at the clubhouse on Str , beloved wife 0 r toei "BW' "iRea MaJ 6t. Anne-4 r. C. Wednesday, March 3, at :i P..' A' ..."Sof the late Henrv n Hilt sp Church, Stewart Manor, at 10:30 .-v vii lr in i mrtr , ..iuj j w i i i l . ainu AUI VlVrtl 11V " JZ:"" ;rr ifour grandchildren. Funeral Fri-1?1 the Fairchild Chapel, 951 At OULum-Kusa i. mee onarpi,id 9.45 , flavin on February 28, 1954. beloved w-ifejry', 9H405m ?JT Uv Fu of John P.; devoted mother of Robert W. and John A.; also survived by four grandchildren. Fu neral from Walter B. Cooke, Inc., Funeral Home, 20 Snyder Avenue, Thursday, 9:30 ain.; Solemn Re quiem Mass, 10:15 a.m.,; Our Lady oi Angeis tnurch. MEYER EMILIE. on March 2 aged 87 years. Survived by three nephews, Otto Schmidt, Ernst qulem Mass, 10 a.m., at the Little; Schmidt and Ernest Butt ReposJ Flower R. C. Church. Interment' long Island National Cemetery. GOMES GEORGE E of 229 Monitor Street, on March 1, be-! loved husband of Bertha; devoted father of George Jr., Norma C; loving ton of Francis and Susan Gomes; brother of Francis and Mrs. Fred Wotton. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.m from E. A. Dow ling ing at New York and Brooklyn Funeral Home, 1ST S. Oxford .Street. Services Thursday, 8 p.m. Funeral Friday. 2 p.m. Benjamin Grlndrod, Director. MrMAHON On March 2. 1954. MARY, of 4401 4th Avenue, beloved wife of the late Patrick J.! MeMahon: devoted mother of Fiinprnl Home 92 Norman Avenup: iCaPla'n Patrick J., Thomas, the Solemn Requiem Mass St. Cecilia's, R!V- Brother John B. MeMahon, R C. Church, 10 a.m. Interment 3 D-B- and Mrs- Peter Duffv: ako Calvary Cemetery (survived by grandchild, William Pj v, ..MeMahon. Funeral from Schaefer's J J I . Jib lici . .v.. . . V. . , Gardner Street, Newburgh, N. Y., on March 1. 1954, ELIZABETH ANNE TIMONY, wife of James F. Gorman. Funeral on Thursday J 9:15 a.m., from the John W. Walsh Funeral Home, 297 Grand Street, Newburgh, N. Y.: High Mass, 10 lantic Avenue, Thursday, 2:30 pm Interment Green-Wood Cemetery THOMAS JOSEPH A, suddenly, on March 1, retired N. Y. P. D., Traffic Division, beloved husband of Helen and father of Marie Trench, Irene Lane, Carole Connolly and Joan. Reposing at the Daniel George Funeral Home. 1853 Bath Avenue, until ThnradayJ fl a.m.; Requiem Mass St. Mary's unurcn, a 30 a.m. Interment St Charle Cemetery. a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. WRIGHT ALEXANDER BRAIDWOOD, of 32 Hazel Court, March 1, 1954, devoted brother of Christine, Joseph and Hugh. Services Wednesday, S piu. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 am. Interment Fan-view Cemetery, N. J. Reposing at Byrnea Funeral Home, 2384 Gerrlttsen Avenue. ffomnriams COLSH ROBERT. In loving memory of our beloved husband and father. Eleventt anniversary. Rot la 9tcm THOMPSON CHARLES N., of 193-20 Linden Boulevard, St. Albans. Monday. March 1, 1954. be- InVpH TllLchanH Ann nu P.u.l' devoted father of Ruth V. Cromn'Lovillg Wife- Nettle' ,nd Children and Dr. Howard T. Thompson; alSft RlirviVAri hv civ nranA-liil. dren and four sisters. Reposing!"'53" VeV!v at the Lawrence D. Rouse Funeral Br- t?i?WARD' and NANNY and Salamanca, N. Y., and in Tyrone, Carbondale and Wil-! liamsport. Pa., and in Newark, New Jersey. He also had divisional appointments in Pittsburgh and Boston before coming to Buffalo last September. Mrs. L. A. Mallion Mass Tomorrow A solemn requiem mass will he offered tomorrow at 9 a.m., at St. Simon and Jude R. C. Church, for Mrs. Alma P Mallion, 34, who died on Fri day in Fort Jay Hospital. Mrs Mallion had been visiting with her husband. Staff Sgt. Louis A. Mallion, U. S. Air Force, last week while he waited a re-as signment from Boiling Air Force Base, Washington, D. C, to the Philippines. After he left she was taken ill and was ad mitted to the hospital where she died Mrs. Mallion, who lived at 230 Van Sicklen St., with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tallini, and her two sons, Louis C. and Donald, had served in World War II as a SPAR, pharmacist mate, at the base hospitals at St, Augustine and Miami, Fla. She enlisted in February, 1943, and was dis charged in December, 1945. Interment will be in U. S. National Cemetery, Pinelawn, L. I. Crown Heights J.W.V. Post To Honor Commanders Crown Heights Post of the Jewish War Veterans will honor outgoing Commander Man- DAWSON JOSEPH W. Seventhly Maultasch and his succes- a.m., St. Mary s R. C. Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery, Brooklyn. 42d Street, Saturday. March 6, 8:45 a.m. Solemn Requiem Mass St. Michael's R. C. Church. Interment SL John's Cemetery. Vital notices occepted 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. for publication the same day, as lata as 10 p.m. Saturday night for publication Sunday. r IOOKITN I H ( II I N AIDIN CITY MANHASIIT CIHTIMOUIINt Fairthild Sans INC Funeral Directors Since 1886 J1 AHsntic vmm, BrMklyii MAlo 2-3700 Fraak E. rrfrcUM. Frarfdm A complete funeral as low u t2!0 hu always been a part of our servica. Home, 191-02 Linden Boulevard. St Albans. Religious and fraternal services Thursday, 8:30 p.m. Fu neral Friday, 10 a.m. Interment Greenfield Cemetery, Hempstead. THOMPSON EMMA E, on March 1, 1954, beloved mother of Clarence and the late Theodora McNamara; grandmother of Law rence and R. Douglas; great-grandmcher of Gregory, Cathy Ann and Kenneth. Funeral MERCURIC-. LOOP Corp. WILLIAM GE RARD. In tad and loving memory oi our dear son and brother, who made the supreme sacrifice March 3. 1944, in the Admiralty Islands Mass offered. Mom, Dad, Sisters. sor, Sidney Katz, at a dinner Saturday evening. Dinner chairman Milton Gasoi said the affair will be held at the Traymore Dining Room, 99 Ocean Ave. MULCAHY THOMAS J. In loving memory of a devoted husband and father. First Anniversary Mass March 4. t a.m., at St. THE BOARD OF ESTIMATE ON February 11, 1964. adopted resolution regufatlns the New York City T ...... I, A.,thnTtw tn hnM miMic Thursday, 9:30 am., from John! Catherine of Genoa. I I hearinr on the proponed modification J Healey Funeral Home. 29771. WIFE and CHILDREN. - -- -,.lrENSES HStrST a.'SSJ ESS Ocean Avenue; Requiem Mass fit. vAj .a t-rcrnT'rWriJTT Street: and discontinuance of bus Marks Church. 10 a.m. Interment1 MVRPHY ELIZABETH S. In .VIlnfeHL M 1?J b"n 2s Ted to'":'!!.' Al6"1!.8!,,'! JL' ERICSCN & ERICSON FUNERAL DIRECTORS $00 STATI ST. On Block froa L I. Sra. TRiongle 5-0637 ViireA Crrre r'nic' on s in 7 rr War II and was a member of Plete j"111 andlvS had LJ dilU U1U gU. JV4LIC pasture will be turned into a potato patch. in New- St. Mary's Church burgh. Besides her husband and her mother she U survived by six children, James, Mary Kliza- beth, Patricia Jean. John, Teresa Anne and Kathleen Exll:l ! I. Marie, and two sisters. Mrs.Eiallrie5 Helen Webster of Brooklyn and Mrs. Mary Smith of Staten island. Friends may call at the John W. Walsh Funeral Home, 297 Grand St., Newburgh. Interment will be in Calvary Ceme tery, Brooklyn. National Trucking Memorial Award W.B.Dickinson,73, Insurance Broker Religious and Masonic serv ices for William B. Dickinson, 3, insurance broker in Man hattan and Queens for nearly 50 years, will be held at 8 o'clock tonight at the Elm hurst Methodist Church. Burial will be in Flushing Cemetery. Mr. Dickinson died Monday at his home, 52-95 94th St., Elm- hurst. He was born in Olean, X. Y., and came to thk city early in life. For the last 29 years he had conducted his own insurance business in Queens. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Adelaide Dickinson; a son, Wil liam B. Jr. of Erlton, N. J., two daughters, Mrs. Carolyn D Gurd of Chicago and Mrs. Mil dred C. England of Little Neck; a brother, Clarence E., and five grandchildren. E. J. O'Donnell, Ex-Pafrolman, 48 A solemn requiem mass will be offered tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. at Our Lady of Perpetual Help R. C. Church, 59th St. and 5th Ave., for Eugene J. O'Donnell, 48, retired patrolman, N. Y. P. D., who died Mon day in Isreal Zion Hospital after a short illness. Mr. O'Donnell, had been at tached to the 72d Precinct, 16th SL and 5th Ave., for 23 years and more recently with the Nealli Detective Agency. He was a member of the Phil H. Sheridan Council 908, K. of C. and the Holy Name Society. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Catherine Whalen O'Donnell, a daughter, Mrs. Maureen Kattenhorn; two sons, Eugene Jr., and James; his mother, Mrs. Margaret Long O Donnell. and two brothers, John and Edward. Interment will be in St. John's Cemetery. Announcement was made to day of the Charles p. Clark Memorial Award to be pre sented to the college junior or senior attending a recognized four-year college or university in the United States who is majoring in business adminis tration, economics or transpor tation. The award, established by the National Truck Leasing System, is to be made annually for the next five-year period. and takes the form of a $100 prize to be given for the best paper submitted on "How Truck Leasing Serves Indus try. It will constitute a me morial to Charles P. Clark, who died April 3, 1953. Mr. Clark was the first presi dent of the National Truck Leasing System and one of its founding members. Further de- ta'is of this award program may be secured by addressing the Award Committee, care of National Truck Leasing System, 23 E. Jackson Boulevard, Chicago 4. 111. Closing date for tnis year s entries is June 15. and within each group, if he doesn't like the family physician he has, he can change. This is, in practice, more intelligent free choice than the aver age citizen has. "The talk about free choice ha been artificially built up by the people who want to destroy H. I. P. because Ua spread represents a threat to those doctors who want to collect extra fees. "What this drive amounts to i.s an attempt to deny the people of New York their free choice' of a modern type of medical practice which the average American can afford and which hitherto has been available only to the very wealthy. H. 1. P. gives the Insured patient the service of a family physician and a body of top-grade medical specialists at the cost of a moderate monthly perm I urn not a vast piling up of fees upon fees. "This sort of modern medical practice, the American people are entitled to have." 10 State Tax Rebate Continued for 6th Year Albany, March. 3 U.R Governor Dewey has signed a bill that will save the taxpayers $40,000,000 this year. The bill continues the 10 percent personal income tax rebate for the sixth consecutive year. At the same time, the Governor approved continuation of a 25 percent tax on unincorporated businesses. This means a savings of $6,700,000 to the small business taxpayer. ADVOCATES NIGHT COURT FOR SMALL CLAIM CASES President Justice Daniel Gut-man of the Municipal Court said today he favors establishment of a night court for trial of Small Claims Court cases because during the past year throughout the city there were over 15,000 such trials and more than 10,000 inquests, all for $100 or less. "In many instances," he said, "cases are not tried the first time they appear on the calen dar. Loss of a day's earnings, the cost of baby sitters to mind the children and other incidentals make this litigation unduly costly." , Small Claims Court, a subsidiary of the Municipal Court, in Brooklyn during 1953 held 5.447 trials and 3,239 inquests. The Brooklyn Municipal Court, proper, conducted 563 jury trials, 7,773 non jury trials. 1,900 inquests and effected 5,213 settlements. hi GEORGE D. GONANT Moodinger Funeral Parlors Non-Sectarian 1120 Flatbush Avtnue Tel. BUckmimter 2-0247 Sueeeuor to GtaW. Pease PUBLIC NOTICKS PUBLIC HEARING Gate of Heaven Cemetery. (memory of our beloved mother who passed away March 3, 1912. Mir la ft'ir bearu. 14 tr tier tout imi, la peart-DallghterS, ALICE and JULIA. t i Ckopaf Accommodortons i communities without chorgo J AIR-CONDITIONED J I INoeru.ll 2-2569 j I Ave. D & E. 28th St. REOCH DAVID. In loving th.' nnilriiKned to sell ant Win at rmai 1r.)h.-.Ir Boveraee Law t On Tro ipprt Park Rrnoklvn. Countv !Kinc' City of Nw York for prmi)11. r..nw;mptinn. I Frit lid of Cohmilms Council. Inc. One i-rosBtci i-ara weai ii i v.1, . i :..XrtPP"i'" modification of troly c ,'.J 'ilV.'q r , te rB-43-St. John's Plar , nJ t-M'lhua rom B-40 Ftslph Avenue . In thf. Boroush of Brooklyn Please tk n.itlce that on M"n-in;day. Man-h 8. 1954. at 10 a.m. thf Nfw York Cttv Transit Aiunorny will hold a public hparinn in Room 1S10. Transit Authority Bulldlnn. 370 : JAMES C. NUGENT : FUNERAL HOME X at memory of a dear husband and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT mattera Th public la inTitM to at-t fTw Li TurVrr i iui I Lic-nje No. 3-HL-l ha. own iMuediWnd thia hearini to atja the Transit father. Died March 1, 1M7. t0 tne underaignsd to afll liquor at Authority tha benefit of lt comments mnj-iiijgy ptreet. Brooklyn, on the above WOTS and BOYS. RrBILOTTO In loving memory of THERESA, who departed March 3, 1SM9. Loving CHILDREN. retail In a hotel under tha Alcoholic Reverag Control Law at Motel i. George. 51 Clark St., County of Kings. New York, City, for on premise consumption. Hotel St. George Corporation, 1H Weat 40th St. New York City. mh3-3t W n1 iiirrMMnnfi NEW YORK CITT TRANSIT AUTHORITY S. H. BINGHAM. General Manager. Wm. Jaroma Daly. 6ecrtarv. I mnl.5-fti Walter B. Cooke INCOIPOtATIP Nw Vofk'J.lorjfeit Funeral Direct-era tt is our responsibility to simplify the problems of funeral arrangement and to offer sensible advice in the matter of cost. Complete Funerals from I85 uneral ihtormation ) 24 Snyd.r Art. ULt ThurHat, March 4I JOHNSON, Hrita T. : A.M. at Ckwsl MALCOSKI, Marl I. Mill at Okawl GOLDEN, Rom :" A.M. at Ckaaal Sarvleat (a Bt Arranstd SNOW, Elliabetk At Ckaoal SO Sartnta At. W Am 2-SSSS Wedneidey. March 3rd HOWE, rhethf E. 9 OO A.M. at Caael JOHNES, Mrl V ! 30 r M. at Child Friday, March ith COrtlAND, Rameu 1 IK) P.M. at Chal 0 STata At. MAm 2-SSSS tcontmiudi Saturday. March tth HA-TNOM. Catberln 10:00 A.M. at Chatel lSMt HOluaa At. JA. f-M70 Wtdntdap. March J-tf PRICE, GI.Hi L I : r M at Chanel Thuriiay. March 4th SCHOTT. William 3. H O A M at Chapel Vl.TS, Aaiella M. 10 P.M. at Chiel RKECHTEL. Anrtie 5 OO r 51 at Chapel 20 Snyder Ave. at flatbush Av.-UUUr M800 f 50 Seventh Artme-MAia 245SS f UNUAl MOMIS IN MAN" AITAM-ISOHX - OUIiNS

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