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Kansas City, Missouri
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Sunday, September 3, 1950
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THE KANSAS CITY STAB. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1950. * 4i K[ Senator McClellan Favors Bring' ing Situation With Russia to a Showdown. QUICK TO BACK TRUMAN President's Plan for 3 Million Fighting Men Even Called . Too Low by Some. B y J ack B ell . Washington, Sept. 2.(AP) — Senator McClellan oi Arkansas, Democrat, called today for an ultimate “peace-or-war” showdown with Russia as lawmakers pledged support for President Truman’s plan to boost the nation’s lighting forces to 3 million men or more. McClellan, a member of the Senate appropriations committee, was one of the first in Congress to speak out for the sort of preventative war which Mr. Truman told the country Friday night that the United States does not believe in. With other lawmakers applauding the President’s decision to push up military manpower, McClellan called for all-out mobilization. Favors a “Big Stick** He said American strength should be built up as quickly as possible to the point where the United States could demand through the United Nations that Russia agrée to Join this country In disarming and international inspection guaranteeing that such an agreement is carried out. “If Russia refuses to enter Into the spirit of international co-operation for peace then, we would have our final answer and could be governed accordingly,*’ McClellan said. “Uiider such conditions, I would favor our firing the first shop In a war that then would be inevitable.** McClellan said he doesn’t think the President’s plan for an MRS. MARIA BRANCATÔ. Service» Monday for Former Operator of Fairyland Park. Funeral services for Mrs. Maria Brancato, 70 years old, 722 Virginia avenue, will be held at 9:30 o’clock Monday at the Passantino chapel and at 10 o’clock Monday at the Holy Rosary Catholic church. Mrs. Brancato, widow of Salvatore Brancato, for many years operator of the Mrt. María Brancato. Fairyland park, died Thursday night at the Bethany hospital. Mrs. Brancato operated the park from the time of her husband’s death in 1935 until 1943. A son now operates the business. A native of Sicily, Mrs. Brancato had lived in Kansas City about thirty-five years. She leaves two daughters, Mrs- Alfred Phillips and Mrs. N. S. Dalton, both of the home; three sons, Mario Brancato, 621 Benton boulevard; J. J. Brancato, 542 Park avenue, and Joseph Brancato, Los Angeles; five sisters, Mrs. Madeiina Brancato, 1100 East Eighth street; Mrs. Lena Benanti, 3405 the Paseo; Mrs Josephine Bono, 12^ Independence avenue; Mrs. Rose Amone, St. Joseph,* and Mrs. Ursula Adamo, New York; a brother, Jasper Lodolce, New York, eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The rosary will be recited at 8 o’clock tonight at the chapel. M. Foley of the home; a brother. Robert Foley, South Portland, Me.; and a sister, Mrs. Leonora Weaton, New Haven, Conn. Funeral services will be held at 8:30 o’clock Tuesday morning at the Wagner chapel and at 9 o’clock at the Holy Name Catholic church. 'The rosary will be recited at 8 o’clock Monday night at the chapel. of MRS. ELIZABETH GRUNWALD. Rites Tomorrow for Widow Engineer and Contractor. Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth J. Grunwald, 79 years old, 2418'* Brighton avenue, will be held at 9 c*clock Monday at Mexico, Mo., and attended Park college in Parkvllle. Mrs. Beasley leaves, besides her husband of the home, a daughter, Mrs. Edna McKimm, ?301 Pennsylvania avenue; tw^o sons, W. E. Beasley, Scottsdale, Ariz., and G. Hamilton Beasley, Pasadena, Calif., three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. and a daugbtsr. Miss Bemic» Craw ford, both of the home, and a brother, J. Ralph Crawford. Etearbom, Mq. Funer^ eervioes will be beld at 3 o’clock Monday at the Dearborn Baptist church. Burial will be in Dearborn Masonic cemetery. bcHiievard, who died yes nursing nome, at 300 _ _ inton^houle- vard, hfid at 3 o’clock M ot day at Denton. Kas. Burial also will be at Denton. She was a member of the Latter Day Saints chuich. RITES FOR HOMER E. NOLAN. the St. Michaels Catholic church. Mrs. Grunwald died Friday at the home after an Illness of three months. She was the widow of Joseph A. Grunwald, a milling engineer and contractor. M r. Grunwald died in ia39. 'The rosary will be recited at 8 o’clock Sunday night at the Quirk chapel. Mr». Elizabeth J. Oruntoald. MRS. GEORGE BEASLEY. Former Kansas Cittaii Was Living in Scottsdale, Ariz. Mrs. Maude Linn Beasley, 75 years old, thirty years a resident of Kansas City, died last night at the home in Scottsdale, Ariz., where she had lived the last year. She was the wife of George Beasley, formerly superintendent of schools in Columbia, Mo., and associated with the school systems in Liberty and Trenton, Mo. Mrs. Beasley died following a heart attack. She had lived in DAVID B. STEEG RITES. Passenger ¡Kansas City from about 1919 to Services for Retired Agent at 3:30 o’Clock Monday. Funeral services for David B. Steeg, retired district passenger agent for the Pennsylvania railroad, who died Friday night at the home, 3911 Charlotte street, will be held at 3:30 1949. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and was a Methodist church worker. She was born in Star Want Ad Dept. Open Today and Every Sunday, 8 a. m. to 9 p. m, Jmt Dial ha . 1200 to place ad.—Adv. armed strength of 3 million men «>e New- «««»orh comcF chapcl. goes far enough. “I think we are dealing with a desperate world situation in which our only hope of winning the peace lies in showing Russia that we are prepared to and can destroy her unless she joins in an internatiqpal spirit of peace and good will,’’ he said. A Must on Manpower. Senator’ Russell of Georgia, Democrat, was another who considered the figure of 3 million fighting men insufficient— “If we are faced with the imminent danger of an all-our war.” Senator H. Alexander Graveside services will be held at 4:30 o’clock Tuesday in Danville, Ind. THOMAS H. FOLEY. He Had Been a Bell Captain at the Kansas City Club. Victim of Rail Yard Accident Will Be Buried Tuesday. Funeral services for Homer Edward Nolan, 32 years old, 1910 Stine avenue, Kansas City, Kansas, who was killed when struck by a switch engine in the Katy yards in the Rosedale dis trict early yesterday, will be held at 3:30 o’clock Tuesday at the Gates chapel. OTHER DEATHS IN GREATER KANSAS CITY. BARNES — Clifford T. Barnes. 60 years old. Wadsworth, Kas., died yesterday at the University of Kansas Médical Center where he had been a patient about five months. He was born In Neponset. 111., and had lived in the Kansas City area about twelve years. Mr. Barnes was employed as a guard at the Fairfax air field during World War II. He leaves a brother, Leslie A. Barnes. Wadsworth, and two sisters. Mrs. W. T. Ballinger. Doniphan. Mo., and Mrs. Marguerite Mead. 4003 Pennsylvania avenue. ge . ______ years old, 1303 Wabash avenue, died \esterdav at the General hospital. Mr. Corban was bom in Rushville. 111., and had lived here fifty-five years. He was a retired farmer. He was a member of the Reorganized Latter Day Saints church in Independence. He leaves three brothers, Everett Corban. Holke road. Jackson County; Elmer Corban, Arthur, Mo., and Frank Corban. Los Angeles. Funeral services will be held at 10 o’clock Tuesday at the Carson chapel. Independence. JONEB—Kenneth I. Jones. 43 fBaxs old, route No. 1, BLansas City, Klansa», died yesterday of a heart ailment at St. Margaret’a hospital. Mr. Joms was bom in Wyandotte County, and was the operator of the Jopes service station, 5800 Parallel road. He leaves his parents. Hr. and Mjra. Otis W. Jones of the home, and a sister, Mrs. Mabel Hamilton, 1878 North *:^enty- ninth street, Kansas City, Kansats. Funeral servic«i will be neld_ at 3 o’clock Monday at the R, A. Fulton chapel In Kansas City, Kansas. ay years old, died yesterday at the home. 4131 Broadway. She lived here forty- six years. She leaves four daught««, Miss Frances Price. Chicago: Mrs. Lou Woehr, Des Plaines, IlL Mrs. Anna Marie Sanders. 200 West Armour boulevard, and Mrs. Gladys Lowary of the home: a sister, Mrs. Sophia Kutz, Concordia, Kas.; eight grandchildren mdchand five great-grandchildren. Mrs. Mary S. Kaufel Rites. Funeral services for Mm. Mary Stebick Kaufel. 77 years old. Midland. Mich., formerly of Kansas City, who died Wednesday at a Midland hospital. were held Friday at Mount Pleasant. Mich., according to word received here. Mra. Kaufel was bora in Austria and moved to Kansas City when she was 36 years old. She lived here until sixteen years ago. She leaves a daughter. Mrs, Peter Miles, Midland; a brother, Frank Clnader, Germany, and two iprandchlldren. Mrs. Ethel Smith Dies. Word of the death of her mother, Mrs. Ethel Smith. 77 years old. at her home in Grand Rapids. Mich., was received last night by Mrs. Eva Willlg. 1304 Stewart avenue, Kansas • City, Kansas. Mrs. Smith, a former resident of Parens, Kas.. leaves, In addition to the daughter, her husband. Henry W. Smith, of the home, and one grandson. Burial will be in Grand Rapids. Mrs. Lulu Roberts Rites. Funeral services for Mrs. Lulu Roberts. 75 years old. 525 East Armour ^ CRAWFORD — Mrs. Anna MlUerj Crawford. 68 years old. 1623 Harvard street. Independence, died yesterday at the home. Mrs. Crawford was a native of Platte County. Missouri, and lived there until she moved to Independence five years ago. She leaves her husband. William P. Crawford. ELECTRIFY ANY OLD FOOT-POWERED TREADLE SEWING MACHINE Into a Modcrw Portable $2250 With C«M. Motor. Foot Control 1-¥ear Guarantee. Exuert Reuair Reliable Sewing Machine ä»57 MAIN JE. 088.% FOOT TROUBLE Funeral Services. Mrs. Viola Maude Cooper. 67, of 4928 Hollv street, at 8:30 o’clock at the Mellody - McGllley - Eylar chapel and at 9 o’clock at the St. James Catholic church. Roeary recitation at 8 o’clock Monday night at the chapel. years and president of aa electrical firm, died after a long lUnese . . . Mrs. Grace Helen Best, native of Pennsylvania and Kansas resident since 1872. Topeka—Dr. WllUam Henry Elkins. «3. retired surgeon who was surgeon for me Santa Pe hospital here from ^ Lacrosse—Funeral services for W. ^ Russell. 82. Rtish Couu^ lawyer and S resident, wno died Thursaay. will be eld at 2:30 o’clock Monday In the Evangelical United Brethren church. Star Want Ad Dept. Open Today and Every Sunday, 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Just Dial HA. 1200 to place ad.—Adv. DEATHS IN MISSOURI. St. Joseph—The Rev. John McKeen, pastor of the Catholic church since 1937, after being ordained in Ireland and serving Miverai years as assistant pastor of St. Patrick^ church here. Sweet Springs — Mrs. Lenora Ellen Yokely. 78. Osborn—H. D. Cornish, 80. life-long resident of this eommunliy and retired fanner and stock raiser. DeKalb—Mrs. Oertrude Oiissincer, 88, who had lived here sixty years. Lone Star—Mrs. EUa X^ee Williams, widow of WllUam N. Williams. Lathrop—Funeral here for Mrs. Stella Stapleton. 71. who died at the home of a son in Oallatin: wife of William Stapleton and mother of Aaron Stapleton of Kansas Cl^. las fielp$i^ Kansas CHIans ëraams eona tfua for 14 yaars’sf tka etnlary. WE WOULD LIKE TO SERVE YOU May wa kalp yoar draans coma irtff by opaalng a savings aeeoanf for yoa today 1 Serving Kansas City Continaonsly Since 1886 with enr Lew Bates Prompt Sendee Convenient Peyments Visit enr lajtaliment FIRST NATIONAL Loan Department Butler- Snlder 89. 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