1 1-. M3 BMuM.YrJ DAIhv KAGl.K, NEW YORK, MONDAY, MAY 29, WW H Cnnfftmatfon Dr. Edward 0. Otis LYO.3 Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel ' It. Lyons, 2000 Dorchester Road an- Edward O. Otis, 84, an Internatlon-nnunce the confirmation of their anv ,'amous specialist on pulmonary tll:ht"v JJlRJ !M?P ! leases died at his home here last Grocery Bandit Enters Guilty Plea William Bauer, 21, 542 Slv-meld Ave, today pleaded guilty to an indictment charging robbery in the third degree before County Judge Fitzgerald and wa.s remanded for sentence. Bauer and another man under Indictment, not, yet. apprehended, held up a grocery store belonging to Benjamin Axelrod, 141 Newport St, Jan. 5 In.st, escaping with tfiO. Funeral Services For Dr.St.C.Hcster Funeral services for the Rev. Dr. St. Clair Hester, rector of the P. E. Church of the Messiah, who died suddenly last Friday of a heart attack In his study, were held this afternoon In the church of which he had been rector for 35 years. The rites were conducted by the Rt. Rtv, Ernest M. Stlres, Bishop of Long Island. The church was crowded with persons of note In the business and civic life of the city, and also with many members of the clergy. Also present were representatives of the many organizations with which Mr. Hester had been associated. Burial was In Greenwood Cemetery. Assisting Bishop Stlres at the services were Suffragan Bishop Frank W. Crelghton and Suffragan Bishop John I. B. Lamed. The master of ceremonies wa.s the Rev. Dr. J. Clarence Jones. The honorary pallbearers were Mortimer W. Byers and Alfred Asqulth, wardens of the Church of the Messiah and the vestrymen Hawley T. Webster, Frank L. Snlffen. Louis A. Schoefer, John T. Grier, Dr. Harry K. Reynolds. Charles V. Hester and Richard S. Perkln. Fake Dollar Bills Hold Man in Bail Andrew Amonte, 32, who said he lives at 15 Pleasant Plae, was held In $5,500 bail for action ot the Federal Grand Jury by United States Commissioner Epstein today on a charge of possessing and pa.ssing counterfeit $1 bills. Miss Lucie Tammacclo. proprietor of a candy store In Oaone Park, Queens, alleged that last Friday Amonte purchased a package of cl-garetl.es and gave her a counterfeit bill. She notified the police and, when Detective James Cox saw Amonte In the neighborhood the next day. he arrested him. They said they found ten other counterfeit $1 bills in his possession. Event Tonight Patriotic meeting at Bay Ridge Fast, American Legion, 34S 78th St. Military pageant and decorating or war veterant with Order of the Purple Heart on the itag of th Albee under ausplcea of Veterans ot Foreign Wars tod American Legion. 9 p.m. Bovs High School dance at th Towera, S p m. University Ole Club meeting at th Towers, a p.m. Card party and reception under auspices of the League of th Sacred Heart at our Lady ot Victory Church chapel hall, I'tiroop Ave. and Macon St. Peter J. McOulnness. Deputy Commit. sinner of Public Works, will address th Brighton Beach Chamber of Commerce at Alliance Building, Neptune Ave. and C. 6th St.. A p m. Vouni Folks Democratic League of the Mth A. D. meeting at clubhouse, 23 Bay 23th St, 8:30 p.m. Woman Applies !l 17. aPrvr-CA Fctota ' (.ministration .Wrrl Search Failrl lo Rrvral Provision for ll Deposition Mrs. Mable Tlce Vance of 31(1 Lawrence Ave, Westfteld, N. J, who Describes herself as a first cousin of Arthur H. Gorse, 83-year-old recluse, who died May 16 In the King County Hospital from the effect of gas poisoning, has asked Surrogate) George A. Wlngate for letters of administration on the estate of Gorse, Mrs. Vance stated In the application filed today, that search through the effects of Mr. Gorse at his home, 258 Putnam Ave, has failed to reveal any provision for the disposition of his estate, which she estimates at $1,000,000 In personal property and $5,000, the value placed on the Putnam Ave. residence. In her application Mrs. Vance requests that the letters be granted Jointly to her and Stanley G. Young, son of Mrs. Mary a. Young, of Os-slning, N. Y, one of the nine first cousins of Gorse, said to be the next of kin. The other first cousins mentioned In the application are William Robert Goss of Orlando, Fla.: Edith O. Tlce of Westfteld, N. J.; Charles a. Tlce of Westfleld, N. J.; George W. Time, Jessie G. Tlce and Marion Tlce Pach, all of Plainfleld, N. J., and Richard O. Tlce of Little Silver, N. J. Frank J, Gorse, wealthy West- bury, Conn., manufacturer, a brother of Arthur H. Gorse, died last December, without leaving a will either, and Arthur, who was t.h only heir-at-law, stood to receive the bulk of the estate. The estst consisted of t250,000 In cash, with stocks, mortgages and bonds making up -the rest of the estate said ti be $1,000,000. Arthur Gor.se lived In the Putnam Ave. home since 1875, and neighbors said that he was secretive about his personal affairs, tight-fisted with money and did not relax In the slightest on becoming a millionaire. HERMAN C. DARROW DEAD Chicago, May 39 (P) Herman C. Darrow, 68, brother of Clarenc Darrow, the criminal attorney, died In his home lust night following a prolonged Illness. He was a proofreader. Besides the widow, two sons, Max, of Harrisonvllle, Mo, and Elmer, of Son Francisco, and a daughter survive. Funeral services were announced for today. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES Ca-Educattonal F1UE1NDS SCHOOL a Day aekear Rladtrganeai t Cetler Pall Term Bedna Sept. loth 111 Scasram.en Si TRiaail. S-27SI. THI Tl.ATBI SH SCHOOL The rtethnsh Teaehrr Tralnlnt rh4 Newtlrk Ave. at B. M. T. St.llon Dancing; 3S Years One Address Means Some'hlntJ BCAUX SCHOOL. (MSI 4 ISOAOWAY, H. V. ftiMtiSne Uttry Ml a I J ! lie I Sit O'aar Chorfl -Oeatt frtvat Lessons. (I Mint 4etou Illustrated Booklet on Reauert rr James F. Corrigan James F. Corrigan, 78, veteran newspaper reporter, who is said to have inspired Sir Thomas Llpton to challenge for the America's Cup. died yesterday at his home, 66 Post Ave, Manhattan. He had worked on the New York Herald and newspapers In the West and Southwest. His last post was with the New York City News Association, which he Joined In January, 1895, and served until he retired eight years ago. His wife, Mrs. Mary B. Corrigan, survives. Mr. Corrtgan's most notable achievement was his scoop ot the San Francisco earthquake. Hearing that telegraph communication with that city had been broken, he waited for several hours In the office of the president of the telegraph company until communication was established and flashed the first bulletins of the earthquake to the City News Association. Mrs. Elizabeth Keit Mrs. Elizabeth Keit, 93, of 605 E. 16th St, died yesterday at her home of the infirmities of age. She was born In London. England, and was a resident of Brooklyn for 70 years. She had been In good health until a week ago. She was the mother of 10 children, of whom four survive Barend, David J, Solomon and Nettie Kelt. Seven grand children and 13 great-grandchildren also survive. Services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the funeral chapel at 187 S. Oxford St. Mrs. C. A. Randall Mrs. Carolyn Adelaide Randall, formerly of 297 Argyle Road, a member of the Women's League of the FlatAush Congregational Church, died yesterday at the home of her son, Asa Randall, Richmond, Vt, of heart trouble. She left Brooklyn on Friday to spend the Summer with her son. She Is also survived by another son. Roy L. Randall, of the Argyle Road address. Services and interment will be held at Danville. Vt. Mrs. Randall had been a member of the Flatbush Congregational Church for 25 years. John J, Oallagher Sons chapel, 29 Aberdeen St. Interment will b In Evergreens Cemetery. FRANK FINI.AT, 70, ft Jeweler, of 2117 Ryder St , died yesterday attar a short ill-nets. He was born In Pittsburgh and was a resident of Brooklyn for 98 years. He was a veteran member of St. Albans Lodge. 56, F. As A. M. He Is survived by his Wife, Susie, and ft aon. J. Gordon Fin-lay, Services will be held at th horn at t p.m. tomorrow. Interment will be In Greenwood Cemetery, JOHN HOLMES TWADDLE. 70, of 94-11 210th St, Bellalr, died yesterday. He was ft member of St. Albana Lodge, 96, T. a A. M, andoleavet his wife, Elitft Twaddle; two daughters, Mrs. Frances L. Keller and Mrs. Edith Klsg, and two ions, Andrew and Alfred J, Twaddle. Mesonio rites will b held at the home at 8 p.m. Wednesday, EDWARD J. SOHM, S3, of 237 Starr St, died yesterday after an llinesa of three months. He was born In Brooklyn and leaves ft brother, Louis Sohm. Tht funeral will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday from the home and Interment will be In Lutheran Cemetery. MRS. MART J. ROYI.R, of 731 K. 4th St, died Sundsy at her home. She It survived by two daughters, Mrs. Michael Collins and Grace Lynch, and a son, Wil liam Boyle. The funeral will ba held at 9:30 a m, Wednesday from the home, with a requiem mass In St. Rose ot Lima R. C. Church. Interment will b In Holy Cross Cemetery. MRS. THERESA A. TUCKER died yea terday. Her hsuband, Thomas; htr parents, Rrntat and Mary Cummlng; sister, Emily V, and a brother, Arthur Cummlng, survive. Th funeral will be held Wednesday from th horn ot her mother, 504 Halsey St, thenc to Holy Rosary R. C. Church, where ft requiem mass will be offered at 10 a.m. Interment will be In Holy Cross Cemetery. MRS. BRIDGET SHERIDAN TRACE T died Sunday at the home ot her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Williams, 1378 Brooklyn Ave. She wai the widow of John Tracer and mother ot the late Catherine Campbell, Charles, Edward and May Tracty. Shi Is survived by two tons, John and Joseph Tracey, and four daughter!, Mrt. Williams. Mrs. William Cox, Mrs. John Eagan and Mrt. George Trtcey. she was a former member of St. Mary Star of the Sea Church. Th funeral will be held Wednes day at 9:30 a.m. from th home; thence to St, Jeroms'i church, whir ft lolemn mast of requiem will be celebrated. Interment will bi In Holy Cross Cemetery. MRS. MARTHA SW1T7.ER LIGHTHAIX, a life-long resident of Brooklyn, died Saturday at her home, 730 Classon Av, when she had been confined aeveral years with illness. She wai 83. She was formerly active in th affairs of ths Unlversallst church of Our Father, whose pastor, tho Rev. Dr. Thomas L. Potter ton, will conduct the services at her home tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 p.m. Interment will be In Evergreens Cemetery. MRS. SOPHIA BARGMAN BRETSCH, 79, a resident ot Brooklyn more than 0 years, will be burled tomorrow morning In Oreenwood Cemetery. Services will be held tonight at 8 p m. at htr home, MIS Avenue R, where the died Saturday. The Rev. Milton Wilkes, pastor of the Klngt Highway Bapiltt Church, will officiate. Mra. Bretsch was born In Germany, she was the widow of Rudolph and Is survived by two sons. Emil and William, and a dsughter, Mrs. Louts Inter-American II!I... Dl,..,.i,rws To Boost U.S.Trade ( .omniiHxioiH'r It r l ii r n i From (lonlral Amrriiaj Survey on llio Colombia Plans for a modern hlRhway from Texas through the countries of Central America, ro.sembling the Lincoln Highway in the United States, have been completed and will be submitted to Congress at once for approval. This announcement wa.s made by David Tucker Brown and John Flick, members of the Inter-Amer- Ican highway commission, who re turned aboard the Colombian liner Colombia today after three years In Central America. The Colombia docked at Pier 8, Brooklyn. The field work has been com pleted, Brown said, but the cost could not be estimated. He predicted it would be an excellent method of Improving Inter-American relations. Also on the Colombia were Judge John Stanley, American Commissioner In Nicaragua, and Mrs. Stanley, here on a leave of absence. A large group of Brooklyn and Long Island residents are among the passengers leaving at midnight tonight on the Arnold Bernstein liner iLsensteln, bound for Havre and Antwerp on her second east-bound voyage. Included on the passenger list are Mrs. Marcelle Dt'smc and Miss Nicole Dcsme of 380 92d St, Mr. and Mrs. George Bouillon of 2915 Washington Ave, Astoria; Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey de Hautevllle Bell of Belle Harbor, Mrs. Charlotte Gegen of 2U Parkslde Ave, GeorRe Horter, S Felix Court, Baldwin, L. I, and Miss Eleanor McNeil and Miss Patricia Stevenson, 3535 Bay.side Boulevard, Bayside. Aboard the North German Llovd liner arriving today from Bremen, Southampton and Cherbourg are Henry Rogers Wlnthrnp, vice presi dent of the Wabash Railroad, and Mrs. Wlnthrop; James Simpson, a director of the New York Central; Charles M. Morrison, editor of the Philadelphia Public Ledger, and Jean Hersholt, motion picture actor, and Mrs. Hersholt. The Dresden, also of the North German Lloyd Line, also arrives today from Bre men, Cherbourg and Gulway. Paul A. Slple, Eagle Scout, who accompanied Admiral Byrd to the South Polte, arrived this morning on the American Merchant liner Amer ican Farmer. The Rd Star liner Westernland arrives today from Antwerp, Southampton and Havre, with Col. William B. Almon and Mrs. Almon; Dr. Norman Frost, professor of rural education at George Peabody College for Teachers, Nashville, Tenn.; J. M. J. Stewart and Mrs. Stewart. The Cunarder Franconla, the Vol-lendam of the Holland-American Line, the 8candlnav!an-Amertcan liner Frederick VIII, the Royal Netherlands liner Stuyvesant, the Porto Rlcan liners Borinquen and San Juan, the America Fruit liner Gatun from Honduras, the Colombia from Port-au-Prince and the Ancnn of the Panama Railroad Line are also scheduled to dock MEMBERS VIM lRAl ASSOCIATIOM Lester W. Hill FUNERAL HOME CAPABLE, SYMPATHETIC SKRVICE Iin'n ,f. Ehbers 396 Calei Avo. LAfayclle 3-0331 Est. Over Quarter of Onlury Retina I. Helen J. DONNELLY Funeral Directors 201 KiK'Iid Avenue, Near Kullon Slree-I (.'Ellyalturg 9-82..0 Residence! Phnne) Skitimnr MOKH Tel. SOuth i-2114 WM. A. RINGK Funeral Director Ml Seventh Ave. shrtea iota sad Funeral Parler 1 1 til (trittt Brooklyn. K. T. PJ iT,vtTj retTwr)wlOJj At ? Exuer, N. H., May 29 (P Dr night. Dr. Otis was graduated from Harvard University in 1871 and from the medical scnool six years later. He began his career with the Boston D ipensary, with which he was connected at the time of his death. In addition he was professor of pulmonary diseases at Tufts Medical School and was the author of many documents on pulmonary subjects. He was the founder of the Na tional Tuberculosis Association, was active in the work of medical and lay societies and was the recipient of honorary degrees. His widow, a daughter and four sons survive. Dcatb LOUOHLIN On May 28, EFFIE R. C. LOUGHLIN. widow of Wil liam Louehlln. 8crvices May 30, at 8:30 p.m, in the Flatbush Christian Church, Dorchester Road and 15th St, Brooklyn. Interment Greenwood Cemetery, May 31, at 30. Kindly omit flowers. LUERSSEN After a short ill ness, on May 28, LENA LUERSSEN, at her home, 114-08 91st Ave, Rich mond Hill. Funeral from her home, May 31, at 10 a.m. Interment Cypress Hills Abbey. McGREAL On May 27. at her residence, 7618 7th Ave, MARY T. nee McCann), beloved wife of Peter, and devoted mother of Francis, Mrs. Mary A. Andreoll, Catherine and Thomas McGreal. Solemn mass of requiem Wednesday, May 31, 9:30 a.m. at the Church of St. Ephrem, 75t.h St. and Fort Hamilton Parkway. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. MORRIS JOSEPH A, on Sun day, May 28, 1933. beloved husband of Marcella Morris, devoted father of Marcel and Mrs. Gertrude Mun-dorff. Notice of funeral notice later. MULLAY On Sunday. May 28, 1933, ALICE MULLAY, beloved wife of the late John Mullay. Services at her residence, 1632 Brooklyn Ave, on Wednesday, at 8:15 p.m. MULLER On Saturday, May 27, 1933, ROSE, beloved wife of the late Rudolph Muller, mother of Rudolph C, William S Frederick A, Louis H. and Edward J. Muller. Service at the Fairchild Chapel. 86 Lefferts Place, Brooklyn, on Mon day, May 29, at 2 p.m. Interment Lutheran Cemetery. O'NEIL Suddenly, on Saturday, May 27. WILLIAM F, of 191 Union Ave, Isllp, N. Y, husband of Katie O'Neil, and brother of Peter J, Joseph, Mary and Mrs. Annie T. Can ill. Requiem mass at St. Mary's R. C. Church, East Isllp, on Tues day morning at 11 o'clock. SHEPPARD On May 27. 1933, HENRY M. (retired police lieuten ant), beloved husband of Minnie Roberts Sheppard. Funeral serv ices at Grace Church, Massapequa, L. I.. Tuesday, at 2 p.m. Interment Amityville Cemetery. SOHM On May 28. 1933. ED WARD J. SOHM, aged 53 years, be loved brother of Louis Sohm. Fu neral from his residence 237 Starr St, Brooklyn. Wednesday. 2 p.m. Interment Lutheran Cemetery. ST. ALBANS LODGE, NO. 56. F Sz A. M. Brethren are requested to attend funeral services of Brother FRANK FINLAY at the residence, 2117 Ryder St, Brooklyn Tuesday, May 30, at 8 p.m. Flatbush Ave. car to Ave. U. Fraternally, GEORGE W. REHMAN, Master. William B. Barnes, Secretary. . ST. ALBANS LODGE, NO. 56. F. Si A. M. Brethren are requested to attend funeral services of Wor. Brother JOHN H. TWADDLE. 9411 210th St, Bellalre, L. I, Wednesday, May 31, at 8 p.m. Fraternally. GEORGE W. REHMAN. Master. William B. Barnes, Secretary. SWENSON On May 28. 1933. IDA SWENSON. beloved mother of Marie A. Lawson. Services at her residence, 140 Berkeley Place, Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Interment Evergreens Cemetery. THERIAULT MARY F, on May 28, beloved mother of Mrs. Ella Featherson, Mrs. Adelaide Mc- Keachie, Mrs. Joseph Beyer, Edward and Albert Therlault. Services at her residence, 7 Opal Court, Ger-ritsen Beach, Wednesday, 3 p.m. TRACEY On May 28, BRIDGET (nee Sheridan), beloved wife of the late John Tracey. Funeral Wednesday, at 9:30 a.m, from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Williams, 1378 Brooklyn Ave.; thence to St. Jerome's Church, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. TUCKER On Mav 28, 1933, THERESA A, beloved wife of Thomas Tucker, daughter of Ernest and Mary Cummlng, sister of Emily V. and Arthur H. Funeral from the residence of her mother, 564 Halsey St, Wednesday, May 31. Solemn requiem mass at Holy Rosary Church at 10 a.m. VIEMEISTER ELISE C, beloved mother of Frederick H. Viemeister and Anne Renard, at her home, 960 Bushwick Ave, on May 28, 1933. Funeral service at Peth Funeral Chapel. 15 Palmetto St, near Broadway. Tuesday evening at 8:30 o'clock. Burial at St. James. L. I. WALKER On May 28, 1933, JAMES B, son of the late William C. and Elizabeth Walker. Funeral service at, 321 Sterling Place. Brooklyn, N. Y. Wednesday, May 31, at 8 p.m. Interment private. Kindly omit flowers. Sutherland Passes Lie to Kiernan In Political Row Cliarg Thai Ahlerninn Was Ousted From Cluh for MoKee Room Denied Kenneth F. Sutherland, Democratic leader of Coney Island, today declared Alderman James F. Kiernan had told a lie when he charged he had been ousted from Sutherland's club for refusing to pledge his support to Joseph V. Mc-Kee for Mayor. Before McKee's withdrawal and while Sutherland, McKee's assistant, was vacationing In the South, Kiernan started his own club In the 16th A. D, thus arousing the Ire of Sutherland. In his defense. Sutherland said he had been thrown out anr) added: "The statement made by Kiernan is characteristic of the man. I do not know what more silly .statement could be made by any one. Of course it Is an unadulterated lie. "When I ordered Kiernan out of the club It was for doing a dastardly, unmanly, ungrateful act in starting a club opposed to the organization that gave him the nominations for Assembly and alderman and elected him to both. He bit the hand that fed him. "The entire city knew that Judge McKee had not announced his candidacy for Mayor, nor did any one know whether Mr. McCooey or Mr. Cun-y would be for McKee or against him, therefore how could their names be brougnt into me ar gument? There were 20 persons wno neara the discussion and they know best whether anv names were mentioned or the mayoralty situation dlscuss- h Tha unsubstantiated siaiP ment made by Kiernan, must be clear to any one, was an unquannea lie." Mrs. E. C. Viemiester Mis. Elise C. Viemeister, mother of Frederick H. Viemeister. an as sistant secretarv of the Brooklyn Trust Company, died last night at her home, 960 Bushwick Ave., alter a long Illness. She was born In Germany, 71 years ago, and resided in Brooklyn for 2 years, ane is survived b her son and a daughter, Anne Renard. Services will be held In the Peth Chapel, 15 Palmetto St., at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow, interment will be In St. James, L. I. China and Japan Approach Truce Pelplng, May 28 P The tormal execution of a Slno-Japanese truce appeared nearer today as the result of an announcement by Chinese military authorities that both Chinese and Japanese have agreed to appoint delegates to a formal conference. Chinese authorities Indi cated that only military matters would be discussed by the conier-enc. Including a demilitarized area south of the Great Wall. THE WEATHER FORECAST FOR NEW YORK CITY AND VI CINITY Showers tonight and probably tomorrow, moderate temperature; Iresh easterly winds. EASTERN NEW YORK Showeri tonight and probably tomorrow; cooler In extreme west portion tonight and In tht Interior tomorrow. NEW JERSEY Showers tonight and probably in extreme north portion tomorrow morning; generally fair in south and central portions tomorrow; cooler late tonight aud tomorrow. General Report I,ow pressure covers the upper Mississippi Valley and the lake region, 39.54 at St. Paul. A moderate low it moving in over Alberta, 29 88. end the typical Arltona and California Valley low, 29.1 at Phoenix. Relatively high pressure cov-ers the north Rocky Mountain! and the Missouri Valley. 30.12 In Wyoming and northwest Texas. Rains have occurred from Texas north and northeast over the eastern plains States, and the upper lakes region and Ohio Valley. Also In southern Florida on the Virginia and North Carolina and southern New England coast. A heavy downpour ot 2 38 Inches occurred at St. Paul. It Is generally warmer except over a belt from Texas to South Dakota. Minnesota and Wisconsin. In the New York area mostly cloudy with fresh easterly winds, fog and probably showers is indicated during the next 24 to 38 hours though clearing may come in on a shift to touthwest winds tomorrow. Winds along the Atlantio Coast are variable but mostly southerly or easterly from Hatteras to Portland, and north or northeast from EaMport to Sydney, rre.h east at Sable Island. HIGII WATER High Water. II Low Water, I A.M. I P.M. II A.M. P.M. New York ,...U:54 (12:00 II 6:00 S45 MAY 30 New York ...,12.40 H:47 8:44 :H8 SUN RISES AND SETS May 29 Riles. 5 27 Krts ft:1t Mav 30 Rises 5." 8el 20 FLYING FORECAST The following forecast was Issued ' today at the office of the Weather j Bureau: "Flyln? forecast for Metropolitan area this afternoon: Moderate to fresh northeast winds in low flying levels; light southwest to west aloft; low overcast, fog, poor visibility." From Due Pier It; Naples, Oi- R4 N R. W 44lh St A.M.... 54 N) Ft. W 14th st J9 4:00 p.m. 25 N R. Pr klln st Rreeklvn (Mth. St.). Malls rinse f.n. !ip. mtlls aeeepled at Varlek m. An. net n te 10.45 p.m.): tails midnight. FORECLOSURES Avenue with the easterly tide of Sheppard Avenue: running thenca easterly and parallel with Bltkt Avenue 100 feet; thenc northerlv and parallel with Sheppard Avenue 30 feet; thence westerly and again parallel with Blake Avenue 100 feet to th easterly tide of Sheppard Avenue: running thence southerly along the said easterly side of Sheppard Avenue 50 fret to the nolnt or place ot beginning, known as SSI Sheppard Avenue. Brooklyn. N. Y. Together with all the right, title and Interest in and to the street lying In front of and adjoining said premises to the center line thereof. Dated. May l.Vh. 1933. SAMUEL LANOSAM, Referee. LOWS D. COHEN, AMnrnev tor Plsln-HIT. Ottlee snd Pnt. omre Adore. ,, nos Pitkin Avenue. Brooklyn, New York tnla-tt SB William E. Carhart 37, Dies in Hospital After Long Illness Was Prominent Figure in Rorough Social Cir-rlra Riles Held Today William E. Carhart, 57, a member of an old Brooklyn family long prominent In social circles here, and formerly a resident of 130 Columbia Heights, died yesterday In the Medical Center In Manhattan of neuritis after a long illness. A fall be suffered, which caused the dislocation of his shoulder, brought about complications which resulted in his death. Mr. Carhart was a son of the late William Edward Carhart, who died In 1907, and who was for many years a member of the firm of Carhart fc Brother, wholesale grocers. He was a prominent figure in the early days of the Crescent Athletic Club and the Hamilton Club. The son who died yesterday was formerly in the brokerage business. His mother was the late Augusta Richards Carhart. Mr. Carhart never married. He Is survived by a sister. Mrs. Calvin TruMdale, and three brothers, J. Dunham Carhart, George Beavers Carhart and Harold W. Carhart. Funeral services were held privately today. Interment was in Greenwood Cemetery. Plan Rites Tonight For Mrs. Baldwin Funeral services will be held to night for Mrs. Mary Stringham Baldwin, descendant of one of the first settlers of Merrick, who died Saturday at her home, 294 Stuyvesant Ave, after an illness of three weeks. Thev will be held at ner home and will be conducted by the Rev. Dr. C. F. McKoy, pastor of the Greene Ave. Baptist Church. Interment will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Mrs Baldwin was born In Mer rick, the daughter of Benjamin and Mary Stringham. She was a member of the Daughters of America, Camp 7. She was the widow of William Baldwin, sea captain. She is survived by four children. Mrs. Anna Richard, Mrs. Llllle Ficker- son, William and Samuel. Obituaries JOHN BLACK of 210 Greenwood Ave, retired firemen, died Frldsy. He wee a veteran or the Spanish-American and World Wart and iu a member of Brooklyn Lodge, 23. B. P. O. I. He l survived by hl wife, Sadie, and four children. The funeral aervlcei will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow at the funera. chapel of M. L, Nurnana U Sons, 243 tth Ave. Interment will be In Evergreens Cemetery. JOHN T. BROWEB, 14, a lifelong real-dent of Brooklyn, died Friday after a short Uiness at hit home, 318 Wlllouhby Ave. He wai a member ot the Baptist Temple for 25 yeara, and leavei a nephew, Wl.llam J. Miller, and two nieces, Mrs. Henry Theobold and lire. Arthur Oamble. Services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow In the George T. McHugh ehapel, tl7 Kent Ave. Interment will be In Greenwood Cemetery. Mrs. JFANNETTK KUENNKTH. widow of Georgo Xuenneth, died yesterday morning in Mid wood Sanitarium, where the had been taken during the night when tr'-' at her home, 530 I. 33d at. The family came to Brooklyn all years ago from Paterion, N. J. Mrs. Kuenneth wa 91 and the daughter of Mary and the late William Proppe. Bervicea will be held Tuesday night at the Fairchild Chapel, 8S -erts Plsce. The Rev. Walter Brunn of the Good Shpeherd Lutheran Church will officiate. Burial will take piece the following day In Lutheran Cemetery. Surviving are two daughters, Charlotte and Margaret, and a aon, Oeorge Jr. HOWARD M. KIRK, 70, who died Friday at his home, 1330 Paclflo St, will be burled Tuesday following tervicea tomorrow night. They will be conducted at his home by the Rev,' F. W. Bchnka ot St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church, West Brighton, 8. I. Mr. Kirk wai born In Manhattan but had lived in Brooklyn 38 yeara. Interment will be In dr fen-wood Cemetery. He la survived by his wife, Matilda, and two children, Charles! T, and Dorothea U JOSEPH CI1M.F.N, 5, died yesterday at his home. 650 39th St. He was 111 for three weeks. He was born In Irvlngton- on-the-Hudson, but had lived In Brooklyn most of his lite. Ho had retired from the electrical business. He Is survived by his wife, Mary A.; two sons, Gregory and Joseph, and a daughter, Anna. The funeral will be from hit residence tomorrow, Monday. A solemn requiem mass will be celebrated at St. Michael's R. C. Church at 9:30. Burial will be In Holy Cross Cemetery. MRU. MARGARET TYNAN, Wife of William Tynan, will be burled tomorrow morning from her residence, 4016 Glen-wood Roed, with ft solemn requiem mass at St. Vincent Ferrer R. C. Church at 9:30 a.m. She waa born In nrooklyn 43 years ago, the daughter of the late Thomas and Mary Flnnlgan Rhatlgan, and lived here all her Ufa. Her rst husband was the lata John Powell. In addition to Mr. Tynan, the la survived by a daughter, Miss Geraldins Powell; three sisters, Mrs. Cstherlne Du Mortlere, Mrs. Marltn Cro-wln and Mrs. Helen Oillen, and two brothers, Edward and Thomas. Burial will bt In Holy Cross Cemetery, ARTHUR BUNTING, 47, of 85-09 Queens Boulevard, llmhurst, died at hit home on Saturday. Ha waa a member ot Court Gates 3753, I. O. O. F, and an honorary member of John J. Hatpel Post, 551, V. F. W. He waa born in Newtown, tht ton ot the lale William and Abbla Co Bunting, and is survived by a titter, Mn. Isabella Smith, and three brothers. Joseph, i William and Charles Bunting. The Rev. Frederick Tilley, pastor of St. Jacobus Lutheran Church of Wlnfleid, will conduct the funeral services at the home this evening at S o'clock. Tht Interment will be In Cedar Grove Cemetery, Flushing. . WILLIAM DERN died Saturday In hit home, 1999 Paclflo St, aftar ft brief Illness. He was the hutband of Florance I. Dern. A titter, Mrs. William Sklnntr, of Wttt Brookvllli, if. T, also survive!. He waa member of Wayne Council, Jr. O. U. A. M. Fraternal and religious services will be held tomorrow at ( p.m. In the In Cpemotiam MALLON PATRICK MALLON, K.S.O.. mass for the repose of his snul. Mav 30, at 12:20 p.m. at St.. Charles Borromeo'a Church, Brooklyn- Reception at home from 4 to 6 p.m. Aldous, Anna Llghthall, Anderson, Hartet Martha Anderson. Sophie LouRhlin, Effle R. Baldwin, Mary Berry, Mary B. Boyle, Mary J. Bretsch. Sophia Campbell, Annie Carhart, Wm. K Cuttell, Florence M. Dern, William Flnlay, Frank Garland. Mary Glackemcyer, Matilda V. Hettler, Louts Kelt, Ellawoeth, Lucrssen, Lena McGreal, Mary Morris, Joseph A. Mullay, Alice Muller, Rose O'Neill, William F. Sheppard, H. M. Sohm, Edward J. Swenson, Ida Therlault. Mary F. Tracey, Bridget Tucker, Theresa A. Twaddle. JohnH. Viemeister, Elise C. Walker, James B. ALDOUS-On May 27. 1933. ANNA ALDOUS. Reposing at the Universal Chapel, 597 Lexington Ave, New York City. Funeral strictly private on Tuesday. ANDERSON Suddenly, on May 28 1933, at her residence, 246 Rugby Road, HARIET ANDERSON, beloved mother of Mrs. Henry Lee. Services at the Baptist Church ot Port Murray. N. J., on Wednesday, May 31, at 11 a.m. Interment Port Murray Cemetery. ANDERSON SOPHIE ANDERSON, beloved wife of Peter, and devoted mother of Mrs. B. Small, at her residence, 1 Beach Place, Princes Bay, S. I. Funeral services Tuesday, at 1 p.m., at the Funeral Home, 187 8. Oxford St., Brooklyn. Interment Evergreens Cemetery. BALDWIN On Saturday, May S7 1933, MARY, beloved mother of Anna Richard, Llllle Fickerson, William ana Samuel Baldwin. Funeral services on Monday 8 p.m. at her residence, 294 Stuyvesant Ave. Interment 2 p.m. Tuesday at Mount Olivet Cemetery. (Philadelphia papers please copy.) BERRY At her residence, 371 X 7l.h St, MARY BROAD, widow of John Berry, and beloved mother of Anne B. Baylls, John H, Horatio O Martha M., Phebe B. Stoddard and Bertha B. Wilson. Funeral and Interment private. BOYLE MARY J, Sunday at her home, 733 E. 4th St. She is survived bv two daughter, Mrs. Michael Collms and Grace Lynch, and a son. William Boyle. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.. with requiem at the R. C. Church of St. Rose t t.im interment Holy Cross Cemetery. nnTirr-KCH On May 27, at her residence, 2818 Avenue R, SOPHIA (nee Bargman), beloved wife of the late Rudolph; devoted mother of Mrs. Louise Wittpenn, Emil and William Bretsch. Funeral services Mnnrfav Mav 29. at 8 p.m. Inter ment Tuesday, May 30, at 10 a.m Greenwood Cemetery. ftiMPBPTLL On May 27. 1933 ANNIE E. CAMPBELL, beloved daughter of the late Francis and Mary, of 303 Tnroop Ave., diuu-lvn Funeral from parlors of J. n O'Connor. 406 Clarkson Ave, Wednesday. Mav 31. at 8:15 am thence to St. Ambrose Church. De vih nd Tompkins Aves., where a requiem mass will be offered at 9 a.m. for the repose or ner wui. caph ab.T WILLIAM E.. on Mi 2ft ism. son of the late William E. Carhart and Augusta R. Carhart. Funeral private. CUTTELL On Saturday, May 27, 1933, FLORENCE M, beloved wife -rf Alfred T. Cuttell and daughter of mtv A. Edlich. Services at the Fairchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, Brooklyn, on Wednesday, May 31, at 10 a.m. OKRN On May 27, 1933, WIL LIAM, beloved husband of Florence I. Dern and brother of Mrs. Willis Skinner. Services at John J. Gal lagher Sons Funeral Home, 25 Aber deen St., Tuesday. 8 p.m. Inter ment Wednesday, 10 a.m. Evergreens Cemstery. FIN LAY On Sunday, May 28 1933, FRANK, beloved husband of Susie and father of J. Gordon Fin- lay. Services at his residence, 2117 Ryder St., on Tuesday, May 30, at 8 p.m GARLAND On May 27, at her residence. 530 44th St, MARY (nee Courtney), beloved wife of Peter; devoted mother of Rose M, James J. and Alice G. Garland. Solemn mass of requiem Wednesday, May 31, at 9 a.m, at the Church of St. Michael, 42d St. and 4th Ave. In terment St. John's Cemetery. GLACKEMEYER On Cunday, May 28, 1933, MATILDA V. ',nee 7.angle beloved wife of the late Henry J. Glackemeyer; dear mother of Ferdinand. Julia Nohe. and Anna; sister of Frank F. and Clara Zancle, at her residence. 1547 Brooklyn Ave, Brooklyn. Funeral Wednesday, at 9:30 a.m.; thence to Church of St. Vincent Ferrer, Flat- bush. HETTLER LOUISE, on May 28, beloved mother of Mrs. Florence Forand and John A. Hettler. Serv Ices at her residence, 1267 E. 35th St, Tuesday, 8 p.m. KEIT ELIZABETH, on May 28 In her 94th year, at 605 E. 16th St Brooklyn, beloved mothsr of Barend David J, Solomon and Nettle Kelt, Funeral services at the chapel. 187 S. Oxford St, Tuesday, May 30. at J p.m. LIGHTHALL On Saturday. Ma 87, 1933, MARTHA, beloved wife of the late William Llghthall. Serv Ices at her residence, 730 Classon Ave, Tuesday, May 30, at 2:30 p.m. Interment Evergreens Cemetery. T The Fairchild cost booklet is complete, conclusive and convincing. It may ave many dollars in an emergency. Send for if FAIRCHILD SONS . -. . 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"Servie of Qtinlily" The Cost I Within the leaeh at All NO CHABGK FOB USE Of CHAPEL HARRY T. PYLE Efficient Mortuary Service Without Needing Expense MORTUAHT BROOM YN. N. T. 15 CHURCH AVE. Tel. fUckmastsr 10174 SAROtN CITY. L. L Tsl. I.M7 atrtaa City WILLIAM J. COTTER Funeral Director i i ana .mnaimr (j 1 Stavvetanl Av. Brooklyn, N. T. Carner Wllleachby IJTAILIUHIO I Ml IS HANSON PLACt, saoOKUYN. H. t. Tel. NCvim l-Mtto IW THIRD AVg.. BROOKLYN, N. Y. Til. HUsWMt 4-ltlM-SI 7SIN ST. A JTH AVST., ttOOKlYN . y, Tsl. (Hwt Sea l.len.ei Iittk. It's Estate ( Geo. Peth, inc. Ftaertl Director nilRLES F. PETH, Manager TeL roierofl SS?tj IS PALMETTO STRKKT Near Braadway Brtoklva, H. 1. JOSEPH G. DUFFY Mortician rvtasr tl tils ISSIM f. tea sf Liu Jtka at. 137 NINTH STRUCT Bmoklvn. N. Y. Oee Oser kslt 4ta Ave. tiai op chspil Fart Phw SOalh -M1 JOSEPH J. GALLIGAN Mortician ZM WUlMgeky Av. TeL FRetpeel -4t1 Corner Taaff Ft,, Brooklvn. N. T. "THE EVERGREEN'S" CEMETERY Ruahviiek 4e. taj Ctmwar SsV, Ph.n. M eamera VM ( Si ASH:!. Shipping News Incoming Passenger and Mail Steamships TOMoaaovr Ship and Line AUGUSTUS (It), Halls ,, Oenoa. May brsllar Nn 3ANTA LUCIA, Once i Isn Francisco, Cristobal, TELEPHONE ATLANTIC S-S405 JOHN J. PARRArOH SON, lne, MORTICIANS Funeral Home SII-SSII Fifth Ave. Rrnnklvn, N T. . Havana, etc ROBERT E. LEE, Old Dora, torlolk. May Outgoing Passenger Steamships Joseph F. Horan UNDERTAKES 115-0 llllh Aveaae Blakley 6-SSS1 Joseph J. Stolba Ovse S Teort' flereio I ( An eased ISA Flrtt Ave. New York Cltv Tel. Utterlltld till. flVoee Now St.. Fast galls I.one Island TOMORROW RIIROPA. fer Cherbourg, Aeuthsmpton and Rremen (leanest), frnm Tier 4. FORECLOSURES SUPREME COURT, KINQS COUNTY Lena Tax. plaintiff, against Anna Oaaparro and others, defendants. In pursuance of a Judgment of tore-closure and sal duly made and entered In the above-entltltd action and bearing date the 3th day of May, 1933, I, th undersigned, the referee In said Judgment named, will sell at onbllc auction to tn highest bidder, bv ABELES dt RESS. auctioneers, at th Real Estate Exchange, at 1S9 Montague Street, Brooklyn, N. .. on th Sth day of June, 1933, at 1 o'clock noon, the premises directed by said Judgment to be sold and therein described as follows : All that parrel of land, together with the buildings thereon, bounded as follows: Beginning at a nolnt on the easterly sirl of Sheppard Avenue, distant 100 feet northerlv frnm ihe enrner formed bv th Utarieatlog, tf the northerly aid ( BlaM CHAS. J. BARR FUNERAL OIRgCTOS srmsrly tse 90 ysars tt 25S lidttrd Ave. ikWi "i FRANKLIN AYR. vMCX Bet. Pnlten St. and Atlantla Ave. Funeral Parlor Without Charg fhnn rRoinert, -A3A Waller D. Arthur F. Thomas V. 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