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i 0 DR. WALTER FEELY, BROTHER OF ASSEMBLYMAN, DIES Dr. Wilier P. X Feely of 302 11th fit., t physician associated with sev-rl Brooklyn hospitals, died yester-itj at his home after a brief ill-Best. He was 38 and a brother of A.wemblyman James W. Feely of the 12th A. D. Dr. Peely wu born In Brooklyn and educated at Holy Family grammar school, St. Augustine s High School, St. John s College and the College of Physicians and Surgeons. He received his medical degree In 1928 and interned at St. Catherine Hospital. He was on the staffs of St. Catherine's, Holy Family, Kings County and Adelphi Hospitals, and waa a member of the Medical Society of the County of Kings, South Brooklyn Medical Society, Ancient Order of Hibernians. South Brooklyn Boys Club. Holy Name Society, Catholic Physicians Guild, 12th A. D. Democratic Club, New York State Medical Association and the American Medical Association. Surviving, In addition to Assem blyman Feely, are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Feely; his wife, Mrs, Florence Feely; two sons, Francis and William, and another brother, Dr. Edward J. Feely. The luneral will be held Saturday w ith Capt. Daniel A. Malman, 69; Sailed Seas for Half Century Capt. Daniel A. Malman, who followed the sea for more than half a century, died yesterday In the Marine Hospital, Suten Island, after a brief Illness of pneumonia stid heart disease. He was 69 and lived at 59 91st St. Captain Mulman, who formerly commanded the Resolute of the Hamburg American Line from 1922 to 1930, was captain of the steamer Colabee when he was stricken, and was removed from the vessel at Quarantine. He was a master of a sailing VPssel before he entered the service Of W. R. Grace fc Co. in 1883 to take charge of his first steamship. He had been on ships of the American and American-Hawaiian Lines. Biddle. Thomas Malman, Daniel Boyle, Charles Masterson. Joseph Campbell, William McCartin, Mary Cheshire, George McCluskey, Maria Clark, Anna McGonlgle, Connaughton, Margaret Edward OHara.MaryG. Farrell. Franc it Olson, Martha FeelyiWalterF.X. Pardee. Ward B. Harding, Frank A. Plnover. Edgar Helm, Theresa Rogers. Margaret Helgesen, Scheffel, Gertrude Katherlne A. Kaiser, Amelia Sloan.Henry Kitrhlng. Edward Thorn, Maria Lundberg, Anna Wilson, Minnie T. BIDDLE THOMAS W. Sr . son of the late Thomas C. snd Rebecca Vanderveer, on December 2. Sur- yived by his wife, Catherine, and seven children. Puneral Saturday, 8:30 am., from Feeney fc Sons Chapels, 1847 Broadway. Requiem mass 10 m.. St. Benedict's R. C. Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. BOYLE CHARLES H on De- cember 3, 1941, beloved husband of Agnes inee Derby); dear father of Joan; brother of William and Mrs. Stanley McCalla. Reposing at resi- dence, 1519 Ryder Street, until Sat- tirda.v, 9:30 a.m. Requiem mass St. Thomas Aquinas R. C. Church of Flatlands. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Direction M. J. Smith Sons. CAMPBELL WILLIAM H.. on December 2, 1941, beloved brother of Katie and the late John. Funeral from William Dunigan & Son Chapel, Rogers Avenue and Montgomery Street, Friday, December 5, t 9:30 a.m.; thence to the Church of Nativity. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. CHESHIRE GEORGE ALBERT, on December 3. 1941. in his 71st year, beloved father of Mrs. Howard Lee; devoted brother of John R., Austin C. and Leslie G. Services at his home. 107 Fourth Street, Garden City, L. I., Friday, December 5, 2:30 p.m. Interment North-port Rural Cemetery, Northport, L. I. CLARK On Monday, December 1. 1941, ANNA, beloved mother of Mrs. Mae Selltitz. Services at the Fairchlld Chapel, 89-31 164th Street, Jamaica, on Thursday at 8 pm. There is only ono " Fairchild Servic". . . and there is ilwayi timo to investigate ilt cost. Fairchild soass Mnmci a fits MOOII.ld Fl.rlllKC j.atiri (iivih crrr ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Write or telephone for a new folder of forms for Acknowledgments, also other helpful information. Ask for Miss Hart, MAin 4-6200. ll 1 fit IV Dr. Wolter F. X. Feely a solemn mass of requiem at 9:30 a.m. In the R. C. Church of the Holy Family, 13lh St. near 4th Ave. and was in command of the Call fornian when she was torpedoed ' and sunk off the French coast in j I8. He was master of the united j American steamship Mount, Clay i from 1919 until appointed to the Resolute in 1922. Sailed on Scientific Trip For several years, until 1938, Captain Malman was in charge of the two-masted schooner yacht Cressida. owned by Col. Albert E. Pierce of Chicago, which was chartered by George Vanderbilt in 1937 for his six-month scientific expedition to the South Seas, when more than 20.000 specimens were collected for the Philadelphia Academy of ' Natural Sciences. i Surviving are three daughters, , DEATHS CONNAUGHTON On Tuesday, December 2, 1941, EDWARD J., beloved husband of Jeanette (nee Anson i; dear father of Annette-Mary; also survived by two sisters and one brother. Reposing at the Walter B. Cooke, Inc., Funeral Home, 1218 Flatbush Avenue, until Saturday, 8:30 a.m.; thence to St. Edmund s R. C. Church, where a requiem mass will be offered. FARRELL On December 2, 1941, FRANCIS, beloved husband of the late Margaret Duffy; father of Frank j the late John B. and William E. Farrell, and brother-in-law of Catharine Ledwlth. Funeral I fl'om nls residence, 1219 E. 39th totreet, Friday, 10 a m. Requiem mass St. Thomas Aquinas Church, Flatlands. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. FEELY WALTER F. X.. M. D., on j December 3, 1941, beloved husband I oi f iorence; otvoied father of j Frnc's and William Feely; beloved ! sn of Patrick and Annie Feely; j brotlier of Assemblyman James and I Doctor Edward Feely. Funeral from nis residence. 302 11th Street Solemn requiem mass Saturday, 10 am., at Holy Family R, c Church. HARDING On December 1, 1941, FRANK ARCHIBALD. Service at the Falrchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, Friday morning, 11 o'clock. i v-ornmonweaitn Lodge, l4nmUM - M r. v a. M. also Australian Pur. chasing Commission and former executive of the Bank of Manhattan. HEIM THERESA (Ryan) of 2356 Burnett Street, December 2, beloved wife of Edward; devoted mother of James, Arthur, Joseph, Russell, Louis, Walter, Mary and Eugene. Funeral from Byrnes Chapel, 2382 Gerritsen Avenue, Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Solemn requiem mass. Resurrection Church, JO a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. HELGESEN On December S. 1941, at Huguenot, New York, GERTRUDE, beloved wife of Andreas; devoted mother of Harry, Svend, Andrew and Tngolf Helgesen. Services-at Fred Herbst Sons Memorial, 7501 5th Avenue, Friday, 8:30 p.m. Interment Evergreens Cemetery. KAISER AMELIA, suddenly, on December 3, in her 77th year, be loved wife of Jacob Kaiser; mother ' of Dorothy Andresen, Julius, John, Ralph and Robert. Funeral service Friday at 8 p.m., 1255 Hancock I Street, Brooklvn. K ITCHING At Amityville. L. T.. on Thursday, December 4. 1941, EDWARD, brother of Belle M. and Florence E. Kitching. Notice of service later. LUNDBERG ANNA, on December 3, at her residence, 7207 5th Avenue. Survived by three sons, Henry, Oscar and Lawrence. Funeral services Thursday, 8 p.m., at Oates Funeral Parlors, 6312 5th Avenue. Funeral Friday, 2 p.m. Interment Evergreens Cemetery. Vitol Notices occepted 8 a m. to 2 p.m. for publication the same day; as late as 10 p.m. Saturday night tor publication Sunday, J. E. Masterson, Active in Legion Wool Merchant Headed 305th Machine Gun Post Joseph E. Masterson of 7002 Ridge Boulevard, past commander of the 305th Machine Gun Battalion, Post 503. American Legion, died suddenly yesterday. He was &3. Mr. Masterson, who was In the woolen business, formerly was ac- : Uve in the lumber business for many years. He served in France for 14 months during the first World War and was a member of the Legion since it was organized. He was a native of Hastings, N. Y., and is suivived by his wife, Gertrude E. Eves Masterson; three brothers. Leo. Stanley and Victor Masterson, and four sisters, Mrs. Agnes De Lade, Mrs. Claire Gallant, Mrs. Mildred Vanderwend and Mrs. Beatrice Orchie. The funeral will be held from the chapel at 7722 4th Ave., with a solemn mass of requiem at 10 a.m. tomorrow In Our Lady of Angels R. C. Church. Charles 0. Burke Charles Ormsby Burke, 36, of 180 Lenox Road, a fireman attached to Engine Company 252, died Mon day ai his home following a Ion? illness. The funeral will be held tomorrow from the home with a i solemn mass oi requiem at ..u . . .,.. , u a.m. in noiy uross n. v.. viiuiv-ii Burial will be In Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Burke was a graduate of St. John s university Law school ana a member of LaSalle Council, K. of C. He had been In the Fire Department for the last four years. The son of Mary and the late Anthony J. Burke, he is survived by his widow, Marie Buckley Burke; his mother, and two sisters, the Misses Mary and Catherine Burke. Mrs. Christina Masters, Mrs. Jean Wlnstrom and Esmee Malman, and I two sons, Daniel A. and Thomas felt as if they were going on a vaca-Malman. j tion when they were relieved and The -funeral will be held from 1 marched back a few miles to a vll- Waldeck s Home for Funerals. 7614 4th Ave., with services at Fresh Pond Crematory at 3:30 p.m. today, MALMAN Captain DANIEL A.. of 59 91st Street, beloved father of Christina Masters, Jean Wlkstrom, Daniel A, Jr., Thomas and Esmee. Reposing at E. C. Waldeck s Home for Funerals. 7614 4th Avenue, until services at Fresh Pond Crematory, Thursday, 3:30 p.m. MASTERSO N December 2, JOSEPH E, of 7002 Ridge Boulevard, past commander 77th Division Association, Incorporated; beloved husband of Gertrude E. (nee Eves). Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.m., from Funeral Home, 7722 Fourth Avenue. Requiem mass Our Lady of Angels Church. Please omit flowers. McCARTIN MARY, on December 3. 1941, wife of the late Patrick; devoted mother of John, William and Peter; also Catherine, Anna and Patrick McCartin. Funeral from her residence, 373 E. 26th Street, on Saturday. December 6, at 9:30 a.m.; thence to St. Jerome's R. C. Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. MoCLUSKEY On December S, I 1941, MARIA, beloved sister of ' Catherine Masterson, Jennie Bren-1 nan, Margaret McCluskey and Michael Reilly, at her residence, 216 Willoughby Avenue. Requiem mass Saturday, 9 a.m., at St. Patrick's Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Kindly omit flowers. Joseph J. Galllgan, Director. McGONIGLE On Wednesday. December 3, 1941, MARGARET (nee Cunningham), native of County Donegal, Ireland; wife of the late John, and devoted mother of Mrs. Helen Hogan, Mary and John J. F. (member N. Y. P. D); also survived by two grandchildren. Funeral from her residence, 275 Clermont Avenue, Saturday, December 6. at 9:30 a.m.; thence to Cathedral Chapel, Queen of All Saints R. C. Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. O'HARA Tuesday, December 2. 1941, MARY G beloved daughter of the late James and Mary O'Hara, and devoted sister of Regina and Joseph O'Hara. Funeral from her home, 959 Park Place, Friday, December 5. Requiem mass Church of St. Gregory, St. John's Place and Brooklyn Avenue, at 10 o'clock. Interment Calvary, Cemetery. OI.SON On December 3. 1941. MARTHA, beloved mother of Louisa Srhaefer and the late John A. Olson. Services at the residence, 693 Rogers Avenue, Saturday, 2 p.m. PARDEE December S, WARD BEECHER PARDEE of 268 78th Street, beloved husband of Florence R. Pardee and devoted father of Mrs. Joseph Cronln of Rockvllle Centre. L. I.; Judith and Albert E. Pardee, and brother of Mrs. William Diederlck and Addison Pardee of Kingston, N. Y. Funeral services at Srhaefer's Funeral Parlors, 4th Avenue at 42d Street, on Friday, December 5, at 8 p.m. Interment Saturday, December 6, at 1 p.m., Montrepose Cemetery, Kingston, N. y. (Kingston papers please copy.) I I . . S. ... - " ' ' RITES HELD Funeral serv ices were held yesterday for Mrs. Ronia Weckstein, active Jewish philanthropic worker, who died Tuesday night at j her home, 2820 Avenue J. She was the founder and past st president of the Lodies Aid , Society of Eost New YorklrY-C fV rYPfilTIVP and honorory vice president of the Brooklyn League of the Hebrew Notional Orphan ii Home. Nazis Fight Reds 8 Hours, And Cold 16 Hours Daily Rerlin. Her. 4 (U.PI- A nrrvnat-a.nHft company dispau-h said today that!died here rdy at hls home. ' OCA s wtl nnl ff.1 Hmin. I ill the Moscow German troops on front were fighting for each yard of ground during the daily eight hours of light and were busy keeping themselves warm during the 16 hours of darkness. After three weeks in the first line, the dispatch said, the troops I lage. where they spent the first two days washing themselves and clean- ing their clothing and equipment. ! PINOVER EDGAR S., beloved ! son of Harry A. and Susan F.; dear j brother of Harry A. Jr. Services j Friday, December 5, at 12:30 noon, ' at "The Riverside," 76th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, New York City. j i ROGERS On December 1, MAR- I . , CARET, sister of Rose Maxwell. Spectal to ihe Brooklyn Eagle Funeral from Darraughs Funeral 'sU'r Bay- Dec- 4 Mrs- Eve-Home, 8813 5th Avenue, Friday. Vn R-S. Wellman, wife, of Roderic Requiem mass St. Patrick s Church, i Wellman. Manhattan attorney, and 9 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Ceme- j " ' R!glnald W' Rives- Presi' tery. SCHEFFEL On December 4. KATHERINE A., beloved mother of Charles, William, and Gertrude Scheffel and Agnes M. Callahan Reposing at Darraugh's Funeral ! Home, 8813 5th Avenue. Solemn re- ' qulem mass St. Patrick's Church, Saturday. 11 am John's Cemetery. Interment St. SLOAN HENRY E., on Decern- In addition to her husband Mrs. ber 3, 1941, beloved husband of ! Wellman is survived by three daugh-Helen F.; devoted father of Leo J. I ters' lne Misses Maud RivM Wel1" and Helen M. Sloan. Funeral from I man- Rosamund and Evelyn Byrd William Dunigan it Son Chapel, Rogers Avenue and Montgomery Street, on Saturday, December 6, at 9:jo a.m.; tnence to St. Gregory's R. C. Church. Interment St. John's Cemetery. THOM MARIA JANE, of 5554 Philip Avenue, Detroit, Michigan; formerly of Glendale, L. I., on Wednesday, December S, at the age of 71 years, beloved mother of George, Alexander, Arthur, Douglas and Gertrude Kerr. Funeral services at the Buss Funeral Home, 67-08 Myrtle Avenue, Glendale, Sunday, 2 pm. Interment Cypress Hills Cemetery. WILSON MINNIE T., on Wednesday, December 3, 1941. wife of the late Charles D, Wilson; mother of Edward V. Wilson, Lucille W. De Motte and Doris W. Anthes. Service at the Fairchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, on Satur. day at 2 p.m. KELLY On Saturday, December 6, at 10 a.m., Anniversary Requiem High Mass will be celebrated ln the Chapel of Saint Vincent's Home, Boerum Place and State Street, for Rev. PATRICK F. KELLY, late Rector of Satat Vincent Home. Members of Saint Vincent's Guild and all benefactors of the Home are cordially Invited. Itt Qemoriam NAUMER In memory of JOHN NAUMER, who died December 4, 1917. SALAMON In memory of ADEL AIDE (nee Mitchell), who died De- &n.U. . ifiin What would I llYt to tiut her hand, Her happr Ia lo tee, To hear her voice and aea her amlle, That meant ao much to me. MOTHER, SISTER and BROTHER Lost and Found Advertisements Appear Daily on Page 2 Under "Announcemanta" PSjGeorge Cheshire; L I. Auctioneer Horse and Farm Specialist Was 70 Special to the Brooklyn Eagle Garden City, Dec. 4 George Cheshire, 70. a well known Long Island auctioneer, died here yesterday at his home, 107 4th St., after a long illness. He was a member of the firm of Albert Cheshire and Sons, founded by his father. Mr. Cheshire speoialized in the sale of horses and other live stock, real estate and farming machinery. He conducted the sale of the Argentine polo team's ponies at East WiUlston in 1936. The 48 ponies, which had carried the Argentines to the Olympic championship and the Cup of the Americas, brought a total of $167,000. John Hay Whitney paid the lop price of $14,500 for the bron gelding Chlngolo. Mr. Cheshire Is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Howard Lee of Garden City, and thrpe brothers. John R., Austin C. and Leslie G. Cheshire, all of Hempstead. TL f 1mI, uiano juigiiiis. Member of Old Boro Family Retired in 1926 Special to the Brooklyn Eagle Englewood, N. J., Dec. 4 Private funeral services will be held for Charles Debevoise Schenck. a member of an old Brooklyn family, who 260 Arch Road' 'olIowinS a 'onB ness. He was iv. Mr. Schenck was born In the old Rappelyea homestead in Brooklyn. March 6, 1862, the son of Franklin S. and Agnes Rappelyea Debevoise : Schenck. The Debevoise family set- tied in old Bushwick in 1638 and Johannes Schenck was one of the earliest Long Island settlers. Mr. Schenck formerly was an executive in the office of the Commissioner of Accounts of New York City, retiring in 1926. He is survived by a widow, Mrs. Lillian P. Schenck; a niece. Mrs. Anita Whitehouse Hale, and a nephew, Franklin Schenck White-house. Mrs. E.R. Wellman; Kin of L. I. Oificial Club, died yesterday at the North Country Community Hospital, Glen Cove, after an illness of three weeks. Mrs. Wellman, who had lived ! nere for 15 1- as daughter ot lne ,ate Walker Breese and I Maud Rive Smith. Her husband I is a trustee of the village of Mut- tontown, where their home is located. Wellman. 1 ! 'Neutrality of Vulture' Charge Angers Swedes Stockholm. Dec. 4 (U.R The newspaper Allehanda said today that if the language a Nazi newspaper had used to describe Swedish neutrality were symptomatic of the language of the "New Order," there is "certainly room for marked suspicion." THE WEATHER Official Wfather Report of 'he U. S. Wither Burfa .Eastern AisndArd Timet DEC. 4, 1941 FORECAST CloudT and aomewhat warmer lonmht than last niahi. occa-aional liahi rain and continued warm lomorrow: co:rter and probably fair Saturday: hunt southerly winds lncrelna tomorrow, lowest temperature tonight about 45, high, tomorrow about 58. WEATHER OBSERVATIONS Follnwina are weather observations taken at t 30 a.m. 75lh meridian umi today: T'aia't'rei Law Hllk Wsathar Barem- Tama. 24 24 r.iOa.a. alar 7 :30 a al. Mra. Nra. New York CUT F Abilene PC Albanv - r Atlanta CI Atlantic City r Baltimore -P Bismarck - - CI Boston - - CI Buffalo C Charleston R Chattanooga - R Chicago P Cincinnati ----- CI Cleveland - C Dallas -CI Denver C llelroic C Duluth CI ri Paso ---- - C 30 21 29 "f 30 2fi 29 H4 30.29 302S 29 56 30 23 30 15 30 02 29 94 29 94 30 00 30 OR 29 85 30 09 29 52 29 "5 29 9ft 42 48 39 57 41 42 38 38 38 58 70 52 85 83 58 52 48 52 70 83 49 84 49 B7 67 49 50 f,7 84 54 58 7 59 40 59 38 43 41 lift 57 45 43 49 47 M 42 4ft 47 57 31 48 72 47 44 50 51 78 44 48 47 B7 42 48 31 45 58 37 52 31 Bl 51 48 70 40 74 44 40 42 U 40 Oalveston T 54 28 4ft 88 47 55 49 48 77 40 37 44 83 38 41 30 37 54 3ft 44 28 47 SO 48 85 37 72 43 Helena - CI 29 71 Indianapolis P 29 96 Jm ksonvillf - -R Kansan CUV - CI Lorw Beach L I 1,0 Anxrles - C Louisville - CI Miami CI 29 97 29 72 30 32 30 05 29 94 30 05 59 81 48 54 83 70 59 52 48 45 70 57 55 58 53 84 58 79 44 80 Milwaukee Minneapolis Oklahoma Cn P 29 89 CI 29 57 CI 29 71 CI 29 99 Pensacola Phiiat!pr,i P 30 29 30 14 30 17 29 89 30 17 30 22 29 93 29 89 29 94 30 04 30 22 29 97 29 69 30 01 30 2fi rii'JtuuiBii PC --C1 -R CI c Portland Portland. O Raleigh Sacramento 8t Louis CI Salt Lake City 8 San Anionic- P San Diego C Ran Francisco PC Savannah - - --R Sfatlie - R Tampa CI Washington P C-Clear. Cl-Cloudy. PC-Plrtly cloudy. R-Rain, F-Fnggy. S-Snow M-Mlsslng. Highest temperature New York City I same dale last year 36 Lowest temperature new lors. uiij lame date las year - 11 Lowest temperatuie New York City tnit morning 42 at 7.30 ant. Sister Slays Insane Brother Continued from Page 1 calm after the shooting and during the lengthy questioning. Arraigned late last night on a first degree murder charge in Smithtown, Mrs. Reichert requested a postponement to obtain counsel, and the hearing was set for Satur- day at 10 a.m. The mother was released. Snf- j folk District Attorney Munder s in - vestigation showing " no evidence that she had previous knowledge of the murder plan." Confined overnight in the Smith-town Jail, the sister was to be fingerprinted and photographed today at the State police barracks in Babylon. She will then be held in the county jail at Riverhead pending the hearing. Officials said she probably would be Jailed for months before beins tried because the arraigning court 'It was the fifth lime in several years that a holdup had been corn-must hold an accused murderer milted at the atore. without bail for the grand jury, j SS.utm" CHRONIC TRAFFIC VIOLATOR GETS 14 DAYS pected to ask the death penalty. ! Some sort of record is held by Michael Turner, 30-year-old salesman, An inmate of Kings Park since of 90 Roosevelt Ave., Garden City, who is serving a 14-day sentence in Sept. 18, 1940. Home had been a ru 0f paying $41 in fines for eight traffic charges dating back to 1940. mental patient at another institu- Turner .nred the summonses until he was arrested Tuesday night. tion previously for two years. He was formerly a runner for a New York bond firm and had studied for two years at Brooklyn College. A few minutes after Mrs. Reichert and Mrs. Home were ushered into the visitors' room yesterday afternoon the shots rang out. Ferdinand Bunce, an attendant, rushed in and found Home sprawled on the floor, blood streaming from his wounds, and Mrs. Reichert holding the sawed-off .22-caliber automatic rifle. Sh" quietly handed the weapon to Bunce. Planned Slaying Month Ago Mrs. Reichert told State police, who arrived a few minutes later from the Kings Park barracks, that she had purchased trie rifle month ago for that purpose. She told her mother the gun was for , j , national defense purposes. Hospital authorities said Home. .JfdTt ognize friends or family members and was unable to carry on a CO- herent conversation. Police gave Mrs. Homes address as 23 Patchen Ave., but a reporter's visit disclosed that the building had been condemned and that she had moved nearly two months ago. Neighbors, who didn't know her new address, said Mrs. Home, a widow, lived alone in a cold water ' flat. They described her as a "lovely woman, pleasant to everyone, especially to children." but that she always seemed to "have something on her mind." Mrs. Reichert and her husband. I Joseph, a cashier with Universal Pictures Corporation, 1250 6th Ave., Manhattan, were described in their i neighborhood as a "nice couple." i They have lived at the Hopkinson j Ave. address more than a year. They have no children. Wills Filed: The following wills today were on file for probate at the Surrogate's office: GOTTLIEB BAUR lOct 22'. EaUte 813.500 real and not mere than $5,000 peraonal. To daughter. Wtlhelmina Schmltt, 560 E 32d 81 . tile Interest in property at that address: son. William C. Baur. 22 Mattlaae Place. Englewood. N. J.. executor, one-half remainder interest In apecitlc realty and residue: grandchildren. John W. Schmltt Jr. 1 000 In trust, principal at 21 and one-tenth remainder inter-eat in apeclfic realty; Helen M Bungay, both of 560 E 32d St.; Ralph E Schmltt, 1175 B. 39th St.; Dorothy M Dieter. iS-24 72d St.. Jackson Heights, and Wllma Burtt. 1449 E. 55th St.. one-tenth remainder Interest each in specific realty: Wllbet C. Baur. 222 Van Norden Ave.. Leoma. N. J , and W. Rav- i I iii A.Ur.lr mond. Baur. 22 Mattlaga Place. Engle- JOSeph W. WeStbrOOK wood. N. J. one-fourth contingent re-; Tv, a- wwhrnnt crr.n matnder Interest each In apeclfic realty. Joseph W. Wes.biook, si.penn-Qeorge Baur. 2609 Clarendon Road, and i tendent of tile Mariners Harbor. Oeorg P. Diets, 109-10 Park Lane South, . , , , , Richmond Hill, eaecutora. S. I., Postofflce branch for the past ANNIE bower (Oct. n). Estate more seven years, died ill Suten Island than $10,000 real and more than 810 000 i , . ,,,0ht nflpr a. month '; personal. To Evergreens-Cemeterv. Bush-. 'Hospital la-st nisnt alier a monins wick Ave., 2400 in truat: grandchildren, j Illness of a heart ailment. He was Dorothy J. Bower, I C. 2d St. Manhat- -, A . . . , ... ,-.,., . ,, i...,., tan. and Oeorge H. Bower. 7! Dewey j 57 and lived at 183 DaMS Ave ., WeM Ave. Ann Arbor. Mich.. $450 each: son. f,w Brighton. Arthur 8. Bower, 1911 Dorchester Road. , . j .u r- executor, residue. Mr. West brook entered the Oov- euoene J. brown (Oct. 19L tMate ernnipnt service 111 1904 as a clerk about $6,200 real and more than $20,000 , h w , N w RrlEhlOIl Posl.- peraonal. Todaughtera. Sister Margaret!1" ,ne vy,'sl' 'F dignum rt t Eugene. 8 8 J . 8t. Joseph's Commercial office niK" ocnuui. nnuge hi. ana Myrtle Ave. nri Bi.l.T f-.lh.n. A.l. as I a, Francia of Aasiai School, Maple Si. and - Grace B West h rook: three daugh-Noalrand Ave. al.ooo each in trust; , , j Catherine Moral). 4636 Belfrldfe St.. For t. two sons, four Sisters and t0 est Hills, and sons, James P. Brown ex- : hrothers ecutor. and Eugene J. Broun Jr. both of I u,"li'r' ' 718 Sterling Place, one-third of residue lach. A1VNA T COLLINS (Oct. 4i. Estate, not 1 more than tll.OOO real and not more ihan 17.000 personal. To aons. Joaeph A Co -Hng Jr4 249 Md St.; Robert J Collins, executor, and Jamea A. and Francis J Collins, all of la Poplar St.. aoeclfie lew- elry each and one-fourth of residue each. OEOROE P. CURE iNov not more Ihan 113,000 Demon lne; Sisters of ihe Sick poor Kane Sts. ; St. Peter'a Hospital, Henrv and Warren Sis.: St. Peter'a Convent. Baltic St. between Hicks and Henry Sts.. and St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church. Hicks and Warren Sts., one-fourth of residue each. Thomss F. Shannon. 133 Amitv St and. Virginia E. Gallagher. Ill Congreas St . executors. MINNIE 8TA1.LMAN (Oct i Estate SIO.OOO personal. To mother, Christina 8tallman, W. St.. Llmhurat. Pa., and brolhera. Louis and Jacob Stallman, S250 each: aister. Lillian C. Stallman, all of 101 Lafayette St., Palerson. N. J : executrix, residue. Marie B. Stutl, 170-71 Prospect Park W., executrix. Walter Coofee woo km aa Tsui DIGNIFIED AtLow $f FUNERALS A$ JVa OUR FUNERAL HOMES taraotuYai 1S1 Uxka ltarWsV-aiHiiasirtar 4 1200 M Urmia, ailim MAm 2-lSSS 1211 flattest Aft 8Uciaa-atr 2-0266-7 QUggNS 150-10 HUtaWa dvaoua Minafca -6670 3-32 Faraat ataua MEgMnan 3-0900 IStVUNtalklM. - rUtthing J-6600 Tan ISLAND f 1 aok St, auaaMaat Claraftaf 7-4)100 MaNMATTAN 117 West 72iHl Straat-TeTaf altar 7 9700 1451 First Ava BHkaalandar 4-5800 MONK 1 Waal lMth $trac4--ltyrnH-a 1-1 900 US f. Tramemt Ave LUdkaw 7-2700 347 WiMm Amma-MOtt H avail 0-0272 t wisTCHtrrgai 214 MatvMrwwck Aranua WtiHe Mains 39 Phsri far "eBeannfatlea Ne OMfodO" IROOtCLTN EAGLE. THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 194! BULLETINS COURT HOLDS QUEENS MAN IN ATTACK ON GIRL Kenneth Wilson. 26. 127-20 7th Ave, College Point, waived examina- "on yesiemay in queens heiony loun on marge of robbery, felonious assault and rape. He was held by Magistrate Henry A. Soffer In a total of $14,000 bail for grand Jury action. Tne romplalnant was a 23-vear-old Hushing girl who charged that ht Has iminily Moulted, beaten and robbed of S20 by Wilson at Sloth St. and Horace Harding Boulevard, Bayaide, on Nov. 28 after accepting his invitation to drive her home. 2 SING SING PAROLEES ACCUSED OF ROBBERY Nicholas Details, 37, of S Macon St. and Harold Doyle, 43, of SI Macon St., both of whom were recently paroled from Sing Sing Prison, were held without bail by Magistrate Thomai H. Cullen Jr. In Felony Court yesterday for the grand jury on a charge of robbery. They are alleged to have held up Philip Trachtenberg In his liquor J store at 5 I'tica Ave. on Nov. 17, stealing $80 In cash and $150 In Jewelry. In Queens Traffic Court yesterday warrant officers from Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx Traffic Courts appeared againat him. Then, a Stale, trooper arrived to serve several summonses returnable on Long Island. 24 INDICTED IN HUGE BOOTLEGGING RING A Federal grand jury In Manhattan today Indicted 24 New York men on charges of bootlrgging which deprived the Government of $1,500, ft,m s'n"e 1932. The ring Bronx, Manhattan and Westchester 3 NEGROES HELD IN BROWNSVILLE ASSAULT Three Negroes, accused of beating two white men In the Brownsville section on Nov. 21, were held by Magistrate Thomas H. Cullen Jr. in Felony Court yesterday for trial In Special Sessions on charges o simple assault. Ralph Palmer, 21, of 289 Ashford St. and Burroughs McKeever, 23, of 2225 Pitkin Ave., who had been charged with felonious assault, were, (tranted Ihe lesser count when It was brought out no weapon was used ln ,he alleged attack. They were held in $2,000 ball each. James Banks, 20' nf 1817 B"fn M' the hird defendant, arrested subsequently on th. simple assault charge, was held in $1,000 hail. The complainants wera , , , . r I.eo Kroug, 19, of 335 Bradford St., and Israel Rubin, 43, of 367 Miller Ave. ; DENIES RACETRACK RACKET, FREED IN $3,000 BAIL Ralph Layman, S3, of 37-04 Bnwne St., Flushing, yesterday pleaded not guilty before Queens County Judge Thomas Downs to an indict- menl charging second degree forgery. He was released in $3,000 bail for tria npxt month. Layman was arrested Nov. 25 in Manhattan and a searrl of home allegedly yielding a complete printing outfit for produtlicn of counterfeit pari-muturl tickets. His arrest followed an invriil)on into printing of counterfeit tickets on winning horses at race .-aki n the metropolitan area. According to police, more than $6,000 worth of such tickets have been cashed. G. Walter Lindsey, Advertising Agent Private funeral services will be held for G. Walter Llnd.sey, found er and proprietor of the Trades Advertising Agency, 480 Ixinffton Ave., Manhattan, who died yester- day in Lutheran Hospital after a brief illness. He was 68 and lived at 68-60 Continental Ave., Forest Hills. Mr. I.indsey was born In Chicago and later livet. in Plymouth, Ind. He started his business career in the sales department of the Marshall Field department store in Chicago and came to this city in 1896. joining the staff of an apparel publication. He also worked for the Sherman cV Bryan Advertising Aeency and was a charter member of the American Association of Advertising Agencies. His widow, the former Grace Laux. survives. . fi rV V '.Z ate HIS WllltlW e .... . , jn y,-. J.CRONIN Ii iERALMKECT .W . n a g. ' 1 Oks CHAPtLb.115 ATLANTIC AVE. W 38 LAFAYETTE AVENUE. PHONES MAir.4 im f : 8130.3655 l.lrenaed Funeral pirectora JERE J. JOSEPH J. VINCENT D. CRONIN STORAGE NOTICES STi K t.;K Ni iTIi'K T. Mi". Ro."- Klpbin M ' ' ll n ?a!;-luiv. Mrs. (V. Ch: iM u.. n. .M'- . J,rlm 'uf' V. Kt.ink I.aiontia Mr Joa.-phllle n l-tllcn. Mf-. .Dllle R.'ilie. , Mr I'.jd.ilpi, r Kii.-dc. M B. I! 1. M . i'-ii ,l l.cci. Mi .li.hu Moik. Mis. Iloiit. it k Mre. il-iu i V itikni , Mi, r V.r.xUn. Mi. H. I' Hlll-rie. M .I. rcl.-ii.-s. Mi. P. Mil..r M C n p Mi N K l'a:l'.n Mi and M- M ..,.r. Mi M Mn'luk. M 1 . S: Hie v Mi-'-'-'lf Y'' i ntnl . t, h ..' v.ci I ;.v notifMii Ihul th' t ' ti e f.c III. I-'!1. 1 . Tl T of . -Ii r ! :Cn III'' ci ti,. p' .L.'iv i. i . inaf'.'i 1. S' i 't.cri ,-iavin . -xpi'.-.l Hi ' I d'le n.'t" ' 111..! "( I'l't I--, n ti.n y.'ii a-i- nil! ium ii' Ii I"'"I"H l'i wit: P''ro"miI mid ti"ile-li.'lil firintiirc and cll'.-ct.". n-aa-w. i;i'l;"!J. nu-.s. iefne!'a!uri. off-c fip- ni'.iir'', l'ii-e fixtures, :tnd nth.-! n 1. stor. i ly -.iti or in yi.ur name i r i.n youi ii'-oiint i"f in wnich y.ni . Imimi an in'T,i I in the c'ti""' R"H'l S!"i''iL' i'"'npnil. In . "' nii.'i' Sip.-i"! .-iti; .iii'l b'l'in'' t '" . In- . V'.iich.MH. P. he sold at piihii'- it'i'ti "ti .V vi',',-h..ue. li-HC St ii -llM" K .n. New Y'.tk -n Tii-la. I K'h 1941 at 1" Si I ii tic. and on en. h Tuc. .lav Ih' t'c'ill lillM till ..7 It"' ai e s-ild " mi' 'I ' 1" I ' 'I. HARRY A STYKKK V -. "' WM. J R1 'TH. A-I.-I. ...-. oJT -2t Th 15 Continued fro Pag 1 operated atills in Staten Island, tho County. Christian Sinding, 85, Dies; Norwegian Composer Berlin, Dec. 4 (UP) The official German news agency, D. N. B., today reported the death in Oslo of Christian Sinding, 85, Norwegian ; composer, I Spress Hills CEMETERY MON-SgCTAIAN Ruiizins th Jt full payment it ont timt may ireatly restrict a choice as to size and location. Cypress Hills Cemetery will make convenient arrangements over a reasonable period to suit your circumstance. GrdV6S intmints150 NDOWCD r A t K Agfa, BioA el Upon Jtmueif. . p ;.2ki JAMAICA AVtrf CRESCENT n,tWttW J smnucTioN SALES c 11 ADEI.MAN. AUCTIONEER. .pii i i.-retn rer in. iy4i. at ll 3U am., at 1177 B-ifr.rri Ave. Bt,,klvn, D.idce S-'inn. Rtiirk S.'dan. .Mnt..r .Vis. DP-7IM1. lT7Vl:t. acn.iinl nf IVter Stphn !..( W-.n. M. I'avn.- d4-2l Th ' C H. ADELMAN'. AUCTIONEER, .lis Derrnher 19. mi. at 11 OO itn.. at 1HH RTiivn St. Rrn.iklvn. Kurd Truck. M..t.r No. A A 1 1 39712, account f Junes l.a'k. d4-2t Th f. H ADELMAN. AUCTIONEER. a.l Peccniher 19. 1941, at in 00 a.m., j at 1041 Coney island Ave.. Brooklyn, Chevrolet Coach. Motor No. 1903270. account of "J." Scheur 'first name fic-1 nttou.. d4-2t Th ' " C . H . A D E L M A NA UCTTo NE E R . j -oil.- IVcemher 19. 1941. at 9 15 a.m.. at ; 231 Neptune Ave . Brooklyn. Packard Sedan. Motor No. X46014. account David St upak. d4-2l Th PAWNBROKERS SALES CAN A I. Al'CTION ROOM. INC. John J. (Jihha. J. V. Sullivan Sr.. Auctioneera, sell at 15,2 Canal Street, at 11 a.m. De. . S. 1941 -For Jan. J. Ryan. 1.14 "Myrtle e . unredeemed pledge of? 1 rnond5. second-hand watches. Jewell v silverware, fur?, clothing, odds and ends. et,.. No. 797(1, June 11. 1937. ! .. ST)6 June 3D. 1937: also No. 4573. Ma'.h 25. 1P:W. lo 12640, Aug;. 29. 1940, both inclusive, and ali pledges held finui previous aalea. dl-fit I - KSTATE OH rcTJOENB ROSEN iellv. J. RAl'M'S AUCTIONEERS. J. Kelly. J Feidhuhn. I. Kirachner. J . Schwalb. sell at .0 Bowery, at 9 a.m. Dec K By order of H. Barnett. Inc., TOO Atlantic Ave., shoes, clothing-, aulta. overcoat., ladies' loals. pants, fur nig- fur scarfs, pledged from 10251 of Mav rl. 191". to 2427.3 of Oct 15. 1940. M r,oodM..n sin. Inc. 279 Bridara St.. suinlar pledkcs from No. 1 of Jan. 2. 194". to -cMiUO of Nov. 8. 1940. dl-R Dec 9- By order of p. Harris. 223 r.'uit 5s; . diani'-nds. njverware. lewel-i. "tid-tiand watches, odds and en.l ci.ohinK. e'c. piedied from 27H.S of tan 27 1940. m and i i. ludinc 185S2 of V'o I 194U: also Nnc 363119 of Auk. 1' 19:: 3VII4 of J ill v 2i. 1939: 3612" of A UK .". 'x;: J2-bt oSu I'.' II - Hv otdr or Est. j j Friel, 117:-! Bi-.Hilwav. odd. and ends, etc., pl.-iU-d Iron &M7K-. of July IS, 1910. In Tu'M'l o! Sept. H. l'.uo. and all pledges h-id riv.-i , d4-6t oSu JAf.ip SHi.lNill'T. INC. .!- Gto A- Ri. r.a rd Phnr-.gut. Auctioneers. -KI.I. XT a! 11. VVKRY. N Y.. 9 A M. ! i. pi .1. J. .-. ' . M2 Man-hat in ' 1 1 '"' n'l i-'wclr'. ... . -,.nrj 1 -i' I w r .-3. r,.j.i. and - :id. fr..m i:.'a "f Jan 1. lo 78900 of . i. i :!! I'M" , :nilar c -i. for J J. 'i.' ... xi-i ia M . fiom 70750 June , 1 vu , si't'il of Jan. 31. "in. al..-, f..-T ci ..f Kh. 1. 1910 'y I Oct. 3'.. 1910. tU-24 1

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