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a 23, E. 10A SUNDAY THE BROOKLYN DAILY TIMES JUNE 17. 1928 Obituaries LOUISA SOUTHWORTH dIed Thursday in a local hospital. She was born in the United States 84 years ago. She is survived by her husband, Silas; three daughters, Emma, Hattie and Anna: two sons.

Alexander and Silas: her parents, Louisa and Frank Farill; three sistera, Emma, Anna and Frances, and five brothers, Alexander, Frank, Henry, William and Charles Farril. The funeral will be held from her late home, 281 Himrod Fat 9 o'clock this, morning. The Rev. J. Hoffman conduct the services.

ENGAGEMENT. KUGEL HABERMAN Mr. and Mrs. Simon H. Kugel, of Brooklyn.

N. announce the engagement of their daughter. HILDA, to MR. and Mrs. William Haberman, JULIE HABERMAN, More Brooklyn, N.

Y. DEATH NOTICES BOWEN- On Thursday, June 1928, at her home, 114 Brooklyn PAULINE FISK. wife of the late Edward Hanco*ck. Bowen and devoted mother Winthrop Eaton Bowen. Services will be held at the Fairchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts near on Sunday, June 17, at P.

M. Interment private. BURT--At Hempstead, L. 14. 1928, TOWNSEND W.

BURT, in his 79th year. Funeral services at the home of his brother. uel T. Burt, 114 Washington Hempstead, L. Sunday noon at 3 o'clock.

Interment Greenfield Cemetery. CLAIR- June 14, 1928. at home. 77 Lefferts Flatbush, Brooklyn, DANIEL F. CLAIR, merly of Greenpoint, in his year, beloved son of John J.

Anna Mary Clair (nee McAllister): brother of John F. Clair nephew of Sister Mary Daniel. emn requiem mass at Church. St. Francis of Assisi, corner trand ave.

and Lincoln bush, Brooklyn, Monday, June 1928. at 10 A. M. Interment vary Cemetery. On June 14, 1928, CORNELIUS F.

DAILEY, beloved band of Madeline Dailey, of Lincoln Brooklyn. Mass the Blessed Sacrament R. Church, Euclid ave. and Fulton on Monday, June 18, at 9 A. M.

DEECKEN- her residence, Bedford MARTHA, beloved wife of John C. F. Deecken. neral services to be held at Moadinger's Funeral Parlors, 1120 Flatbush Sunday, June 17, 2 P. M.

On June 14, 1928, VIN, CENT FIUMARA. Funeral from his residence, 290 Smith Monday, 9:30 A. M. Solemn mass requiem at St. Agnes' Church.

terment Holy Cross Cemetery. HARLOE- 72d Thursday, June, GEORGE 1928, in his year, beloved husband of Mary Klady Harloe and father of Mrs. William E. Baxter, Dr. Ralph Harloe, Magdalene Harloe and Capt.

Bartley M. Harloe, U. Services will be held at Herbst Funeral parlors, 83 Hanson Sunday, June 17, at 4 P. M. terment Poughkeepsie, N.

(Poughkeepsie papers please copy). MAGGIOLO- On June 16, at home; 1110 Gates ANGELA, widow of Louis. Survived by daughter and seven sons. Notice of funeral later. MARSH -On residence, June 307 14, 1928, Sterling at her Brooklyn, CATHERINE MARSH, daughter of the late Mr.

and Charles Davidson, East Rockaway, L. I. Funeral services at the residence of her sister, Mrs. Robert Nix, 200 Hempstead Rockville Centre, L. Sunday, at 2 P.

M. MAZAC-Suddenly, on June 15, 1928, CARRY MAZAC (nee Weinkauf), beloved wife of Frank. She is survived by 4 sisters and 3 brothers, also was a of Egbert Circle, No. 431, Foresters of America. Funeral services at her residence.

1828 Woodbine Ridgewood, Monday evening, o'clock. Interment at Evergreens Cemetery, Tuesday. ROGERS RICHARD EGGERT, suddenly June 15, in his ninth year. Son of William and Hedwig Rogers and brother of Gertrude. Funeral services at his late residence, 8017 10th on Monday at 2 o'clock.

Interment Evergreens Cemetery. ROTHBERG, beloved mother of Bernard and Louis Rothberg and Gisela Rosen. Funeral from her home, 747 Blake Sunday, June 17, at 11 A. M. Interment New Mount Carmel Cemetery.

Please omit flowers. SHEEHY-On June 14. 1928, at her home. 357 Van Brunt KATHERINE STUART, beloved wife of William Sheehy and mother of Mary, John and William Sheehy. Funeral from her late home, Monday, 9:30 A.

to Visitation Church where requiem mass will be offered. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. WILKENS-On Friday, June 15, 1928, GESIENE M. WILKENS, beloved daughter of Henry Wilkens and sister of J. Henry Wilkens.

in her 28th year. Funeral services at her home, 8624 106th Richmond Hill, on Monday, P. M. Interment Lutheran Cemetery. IN MEMORIAM BETTS-In loving memory of our dear sister.


BYRNE-Month's mind mass of rerepose of the soul of RICHARD'S. BYRNE. St. Joseph's Church, Vanderbilt ave, and Saturday morning. June 16.

3 o'clock. EVERGREENS" CEMETERY Bushwick Ave, and unway Phone Dickens 3320 and 3321. FRED ROEMMELE FUNERAL DIRECTOR 106 Grand St. Phones StAgE 9618-3143 The Funeral Home Meets the needs of small apartment dwellers Lester W. FENI396 Oates Ave.

Lafryette0531 Interment will be at Lutheran Cemetery under direction of John G. Lutz Sons, 507. Fairview Ridgewood. JOHN V. SULLIVAN, son of rick and Margaret Graney Sullivan, died Friday at the home of his ents at 396 Butler st.

He is vived in addition to his parents FL brother, Thomas P. and two Margaret M. and Agnes C. Was a graduate of the parochial school of Augustine and a ber of the Holy Name Society. funeral will held at o'clock tomorrow with a requiem mass the R.

C. Church of St. Augustine. Interment will be at St. John's Cemetery, JOHANNA EISENBERG Friday at, her home, 81 14th st, is survived by a son, Martin, two daughters, Mrs.

John Reilly Helen Elsenberg. The funeral be. held at 9:30 o'clock tomorrow. with a requiem mass Church of the Holy Family, Interment will be at St. John's Cemetery.

OSCAR W. NELSON died Thursday in a local hospital. born in Sweden resident 65 of years ago Manhattan been a and Brooklyn for 23 years. He a tailor, and lived at 161 West 66th Manhattan. He is survived his widow, two sons and one daughter.

The funeral services will held at the funeral chapel, 1408 East 57th Manhattan, at 1:30 o'clock today. The Rev. Dr. J. Alfred derson, pastor of the Swedish Salem Lutheran Church, will officiate.

terment will be at Kensico Cemetery. DENIS P. SHEERAN died Friday at his home, lane, Maspeth. He was born in New York City 47 years ago and lived in Maspeth for the past six years. He survived by his widow, Anna; three sons, John, Lawrence and Edwin; daughter, Dorothy Sheehan, and brother.

Michael Sheehan. He was Steamfitters' Union. He was a parmember of Local, 639 of the ishioner of the R. C. Church of St.

Maspeth, where requiem mass will. be celebrated at 10:30 o'clock tomorrow. Interment will be St. John's Cemetery, under direction of William P. Murphy Son, Herbert st.

ERNEST ZETTRGREN died Thursday at his home, 421 39th st. He was born in Sweden 46 years ago and had been a resident of Bay Ridge for the past nine years. He is survived by his widow. Helen Mooney: two daughters, Hilma and Margaret, and a son, Ernest. He was a member of the Swedish Lutheran Church of.

Our Saviour. The funeral services will be held at his late home at 2 o'clock today. Interment will be at Evergreens Cemetery under direction of Henry F. McKeon, 5017 Seventh ave. HENRY E.

WAHLERS died Fri- day at his home, 102-17 86th Richmond Hill. He was born in Germany 56 years ago and 'had been resident of the United States for 43 years. He: was a retired grocer and a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church of South Ninth st. The funeral services will be held at 8 o'clock tonight and will be conducted by the Rev. Dr.

John Holthusen. Interment will be at Lutheran Cemetery. Thursday at KEARNEY her home, TRINDER 427 Greene ave. She was 26 years old and is survived by her husband, Matthew; her mother, Mrs. Lillian Kearney; three sisters, Mrs.

Helen Wadsworth, Mire, M. Bradley and Marjorie Kearney, and a brother, Charles Kearney, The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock today, and interment will be at Evergreens Cemetery. JOHN A. DONOVAN died Friday at' his home, 469 49th st. He is survived widow, Mary; four sons, Joseph John Vincent S.

and Leon a daughter, Astasia Donovan; four grandchildren, two brothers, James and Michael, and a sister, Mary Driscoll. The funeral will be held at 9:30 o'clock tomorrow with a requiem mass at Church of St. Michael. Interment will be at Calvary Cemetery. WILLIAM RABONE died Friday at his home, 356 Collins Maspeth.

He was born in England and had been a resident of Brooklyn for 27 years. He is survived by his widow, Louisa Belle Rabone; a daughter, Mrs. Edward Murawski, and a son, Joseph Rabone. The funeral will be held at 3:30 o'clock today and interment will be at Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

ADELINE NUGENT died Thurs- day at her home, 91 Pineapple st. She was born in Philadelphia, 59 years ago and had been a resident of Brooklyn for 25 years. She naurvived by daughters, her husband, Mrs. Stanley, Charles Falcheire and Emily Nugent. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock today and interment will be at Evergreens Cemetery.

PATRICK F. McGUIRE died Fri- day at his home, 412 Seventh st. He is survived by, his widow, Emma; a son. Robert; daughter, Mrs. Jane Sauter.

The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow interment will be at Holy Cross Cemetery. COLDEST FREEPORT RESIDENT IS DEAD John Mulvey, 94, Moved to Town 20 Years Ago. Freeport, June Mulvey, 94, oldest resident of Freeport, died today at his home, 37 South Grove st. He was a member of Bishop Molloy Council, K. of of Freeport.

Born in County Lentrim, Ireland, the came to the United States when 17 years old and settled in Providence, R. where he was a tailor I for many years. He moved to Freeport 20 years ago. He is survived by his wife, Anna; daughter, Anna; a son. Benjamin, and two grandchildren.

The funeral will he on Tuesday at 9 o'clock, with solemn requiem mass in the R. C. Church of Our Holy Redeemer. Burial will be in the Catholic Cemetery, Amit yville. MRS.

L'OUISE ZUCCHI DIES Boro Resident for 47 Years Was Born in Italy. Mrs. Louise Zucchi is dead in her home, 33 Lawrence st. She was born in Italy, the daughter of the late Louis and Catherine Zanilli, and a resident of Brooklyn for 47 years. She is survived by her hus.

band. James Zucchi: four sons, Louis, Albert, Fred and Charles Zucchi. and two daughters, Mrs. Mary Fischetti and Mrs. Lily Noonan.

Mrs. Zucchi was a member of St. James Pro-Cathedral, where a solemm requient mass will be offered tomorrow at 10 A. M. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, under direction of T.

J. Higgins Son. EPIDEMIC OF DIPHTHERIA Woodbine, N. June 16- A diphepidemic among the 200 inhabitants of Belle Plain, near here, has co used martial law to be proclaimed ALFRED GRADUATES BORO.L. I.

SENIORS Five Win Degrees at 92nd Annual Commencement; Brooklyn Girl Honored. (Special to the Brooklyn Daily Times.) Alfred, June seniors from Brooklyn and Long Island graduated from Alfred University were here at the 92nd commencement ercises last week. They are: David Altman, of 923, 2nd Astoria: Joseph E. Clavelle, of 218-36 E. Holland, of 184 Washington 104th Queens; Alies Dorothy Hempstead; Francis Hutchings, Manhasset, and Miss Mary Newcomb, of 1580 E.

17th Brooklyn. Altman completed his senior year in the Bellevue Medical College, New York City, finished his premedical work here last June. Clavelle has served as Campus administrator for assigning freshmen campus duties; manager of the varsity cross-country and track teams; assistant business manager and reporter on the Fiat Lux, weekly newspaper, and president Footlight Club, dramatic organization. He is a member of Kian Alpine, local fraternity. Miss 'Holland was awarded the loyalty medal for women, at the recent Spring Day assembly.

This the highest award made. to women campus by the student body, She has received varsity in girls' basketball and as cheerleader. She served as class president in her junyear; president of the Phi Sigma Gamma, head cheerleader, secretary the athletic association, and on student policy committee. Miss Holland a of the Theta Theta Chi local sorority and Sigma Gamma women's honorary, in sorority. ceramic She- art in the completed New York State School of Ceramics and Clayworking.

Hutchings has served as varsity basketball manager, assistant interscholastic sports manager, sports editor of the 1928 year book and a member of the Athletic Association. has received a varsity in football. He is a member of the Alphia Zeta chapter of the Delta Sigma Phi, national fraternity. He completed the scientific course in Alfred College. Miss Newcomb has served as a member of the Women's Student Government, governing body of women's activities, and in the Ladies' Glee Club.

She is a member of the Alpha Pi local sorority. She took classical course. 45 WIN MERCY H. S. DIPLOMAS TODAY Rev.

Thomas J. O'Rouke Will Address Graduates. Forty-five graduates of the Mercy Commercial H. 176 Taaffe will receive diplomas at the commencement exercises of the school today. Rev.

Joseph W. Sweeney whit brate mass in honor of the graduates, followed by a Communion breakfast at the Hotel Granada, Lafayette ave. and Ashland pl. Rev. Thomas J.

O'Rouke will be graduation speaker. The graduates are: Margaret Cecelia Brady, Mary Josephine Brady, Rosemary Elizabeth Callahan, Rose Mary Carboy, Marion Margaret Casey, Anna Marie Consolazio, Ellen Jane Duffy, Elizabeth Frances Fallon, Dorothy Barbara Fridl, Marie Teresa Funk, Catherine Marie Geraghty, Marie Frances Harrington, Mar- garet Mary Josephine Hughes. Kronenberger, Mary Frances Elizabeth Kucha, Josephine Rita Lennon, Elizabeth Marie Lynam, Anna Marie Lyons, Anna Frances Macy, Mary Grace Manning, Florence Elizabeth McCarthy, Claire Bernadette McCormick, Ethel Mary McMahon, Margaret Ann McQuade, Mary Catherine Micozzi, Marie Josephine Miller, Alice Veronica Moran, Muchow. Anna Marie Moriarity, Marion Frances Margaret Mary Nally, Margaret Gertrude Netter, Dorothy Josephine O'Brien, Anna Patricia O'Mara, Catherine Gertrude, O'Mara, Frances Veronica Puz, Helen Mary Reynolds, Agnes Theresa Rizzo, Marie Magdalene Schneider, Eleanor Muriel Schnurr, Gertrude Clara Schuessler, Helen Agnes Suskowitz, Louise Catherine Vetter, Mary Virginia Weldon, Anna Grace Wertheim, Dorothy Genevieve Young. Marriage Licenses VICTOR COZZOLINO, 21, 277 Van Buren st.

ROSE PASCARELLI, 18, 146 Lynch st. CLARENCE McKIBBEN, 31, 210 18th st. ELVA CRAVER, 18, 520 36th st. AARON LAZANSKY, 28, 1766 Sterling, pl. IDA COHEN, 23, 651 Warwick st.

ABRAHAM BOSKIN, 21, 504 Quincy st. DORA GEYER, 19, 228 Pulaski st. PASQUALE CANTORELLA, 30, 740 Union st. CONCETTA CAMBRIA, 19, 532 Clinton st. JOSEPH BARLANTI, 25, 40 Cumberland st.

MINNIE CAVELLA, 20, 95 Clermont ave. CHARLES STARKE, 24, 475 Linden bivd. CATHERINE McCARTHY, 24, 918 8th ave. ABRAHAM FREEDMAN, 30, 1192 E. 46th st.

SADIE FELD, 23, 1077 E. 12th st, ABE ABRAMOWITZ, 30, 333 Roebling at. SARAH BALLIN, 28, 221 E. 91st st. JAMES LANE, 36, 1270 73rd st.

ALICE HAVILAND, 39, 1330 77th st. IRVING BERKMAN, 22, 642 Watkins st. SHTATLAND, 21, 797 New Jersey ave. NATHANIEL REIMER, 25, 1030 Newport st. SADIE LONDON, 21, 964 Blake ave.

HARRY PEACH, 29, Malden, Mass, HELEN PLATT, 29, 1532 54th st. HENRY BUSSET. 27, Queens, L. T. LILLIAN MULLER, 22, 1343 65th st.

WILLIAM 532 Chester st. FRANCES LITINSKY, 21, 444 Montauk ave. ROBERT KASLIN, 24, 1918 68th st. MOLLIE PRAID, 24, 649 Bedford ave. HARRY GRUMET.

27, 6607 18th ave. TILLIE GUTT, 20, 557 Kosciusko st. WILLIAM HANNA, 26. Richmond Hill, L. I.

ANNE ZIEGLER, 22, 1145 Lafayette ave. JOSEPH BEYER, 27, 1579 Elmore pl. PATRICIA FARRELL, 27, 1572 E. 15th HYMAN ISAACSON, 22, 203 Madison st. HANNAH HIRSCHFELD: 19, 216 Ross st.

ALVIN. COHEN, 33. 418 St. John's pl. MIRIAM STEUER, 23, 1362 54th st.

WALTER BEANLAND, 31. Yonkers, N. Y. MARY FLANAGAN, 25, 1326 E. 59th st.

VINCENT DANIELS, 40, 1.83 Weirfield st. KATHRYN TORNIER, 37, 185 Weirfield st. PRICHARD FRUCHTERMAN, 26, 417a HalELIZABETH MURPHY, 23, 242 Rutland rd. SAMUEL BAXER, 24, 647 Willoughby ave. RUSE COHEN, 21, 645 Willoughby a've.

JOHN NEWELL, 433 45th st. THERESA NORDEN, 17. 423 45th st. MICHAEI. ARATO, 24, 200 50 Frost st.

CAIAFA, 17, Maspeth ave. DAVE SUSSMAN, 25, 828 Madison st. SHIRLEY WALLACH, 24, 1194 E. 12th st. HARRY DICKSTEIN, 35, 540 Fox st.

PAULINE MILENSKY, 23, 1029 E. 12th st. ABRAHAM LORBER. 27, 7406 19th, ave. BESSIE SCHAFFER, 19, 323 Alabama ave.

SAMUEL MINTZER, 28. 736 E. 163rd st. NETTIE ROTH, 20, 965 51st st. JUAN RIVERA, 27, 67 114th CARMELA CASTRO, 24, 2 Willow st.

HARRY COHEN, 1647 Hopkinson ave. LENA PASKOP, 34, 1047 Hopkinson ave. LOUIS HENNINGER. 21, 979 Hanco*ck MARIE PEARSALL, 16, 625 Wilson ave. JOHN CAMPION, 28.

832 70th at. MARIE MONAHAN, 26, 826 70th RAM EDELMAN. 94th YYETTA GORLICK, 18. 305 E. 94th JOSEPH SCHNEIDER, 30, 202 Decatur ETHEL KUPERSMITH, 24, 1027 55th ARCHIE ROBENLICHT, 5413 17th ave.

GUSSIE WEISLEB, 20. 1432- 58th at. JOHN BOCHINO, 31, 4023 10th ave. WINIFRED LORENZO, 519 Jerome CARMINE SETARO. 22, RAFFAELA 2.

108 3rd McCabe Hailed Here for His Artistic Triumphs in Paris Ex-Superintendent's Friends Welcome "Sunny Jim" Who Won Fame at 70 As a Painter. Printer, musician, school and finally a painter, during was welcomed from artistic backyard yesterday as "SunnyTaxing to capacity the spacious ballroom of the Council Clubhouse, Grand Plaza, 763 Columbus, Eastern District school teachers and friends literally "whooped" It up for "Sunny Jim." Forgetting their classroom mien, the teachers raised the rafters. For five, hours they waited their chance to' "whoop" and when It came, they just simply "whooped" and "whooped." The testimonial luncheon commenced shortly after-1 clock, but it was not until past 6 that Dr. Oswald Schlockow, toastmaster and district superintendent of continuation schools, called on Mr. McCabe to face his welcomers.

The demonstration that followed rivaled the roar for Hoover at the Kansas City convention. For eight minutes teachers roared and back cheered. to them For from "Sunny Parison Hail Old Friend. It was their first opportunity to greet the man who six years ago quit as Superintendent of Public Schools in Districts 29. and 30 to fulfill a lifelong desire to paint.

From an apprentice printer, McCabe had risen to the esteem of an artist recognized by critics of Paris New York. In between, he was a musician, a teacher of music, a teacher of mathematics, and a public school princiBut the man who was comed yesterday had come into his In the words of Dr. James M. Edsall, district superintendent in public school system, had always been a painter, although, perhaps, not always on the canvas. "His greatest painting," acclaimed Edsall, "was done in the hearts of his pupils, teachers friends." Arthur S.

Somers, a member of Board of Education and presiof the Long Island Chamber Commerce, declared that at 70, McCabe is still a young man." Enjoys Elder Boyhood. The only difference between Mr. McCabe now and when he first began teaching school, the educator is that now he is enjoying his "elder boyhood." Virtually all of Mr. McCabe's painting had been done has in made France, the impression he on who knew him in Brooklyn pedagogical circles is everlasting. 'dramatic demonstration of epir in his life were presented by teachers in the Eastern District.

"From Printer to Painter" was the of the "play." Teachers of Public Schools 19. 23, 50 and 210 participated in production. Miss Theresa J. Cosgrove, of P. S.

167, wrote a proand epilogue in verse, explainthe performance. Some of Welcomers Among the' welcomers was Thomas O. Baker, superintendent of McCabe's old district, 29 and 30. Supreme Court Justice John' MacCrate, Miss Margaret J. McCooey, associate superintendent of schools sister of the Democratic leader; Ignatius Byrne, Mrs.

Martha Nugent and Daniel J. Quigley, memof the school -board of District and Mrs. Augusta C. Newman. chairman of the board; Mrs.

Mary teacher, school superintendent, his 70 years, James J. McCabe conquests in Paris into his own SOUVENIR TO 763 JAMES J. McCABE Seven hundred and sixty-three copies of the above photo, each on heavy proof-paper, were distributed as souvenirs to the lunchers who honored Mr. McCabe. the Board of Education, and Joseph Sheehan and John Wade, associate supedintendents of public schools.

Among the entertainers were Max Weinstein, violinist, who is director of music in junior high schools; his brother, Abraham S. Weinstein; Mrs. William A. Walsh, a teacher in P. S.

126, and Clara A. Mattimore, also a teacher, When Mr. McCabe arose to speak. everyone in the crowded hall up. A tumultuous, cheer resounded through The syllables, "Sunny Jim," could be heard distinctly.

Briefly, Mr. McCabe called the afternoon "one. of the thrills of his life," along with those of seeing Lindbergh land in Paris and having his first picture accepted by a Parisian salon. The testimonial was arranged by two principals who had served under Mr. McCabe, George Piggott, principal of the Williamsburgh Continuation School, and William F.

Simmons, principal of P. S. 122. GET DARTMOUTH DEGREES Six Local Seniors to Be Graduated Tuesday, (Special to the Brooklyn Daily, Times.) Hanover, N. June Brooklyn and two Queens students at Dartmouth College here will receive degrees at the annual exercises of the college Tuesday.

The Brooklyn graduates are: M. E. Hoefle of 211 17th R. R. Klinck.

of 475, Rugby R. M. Meyers of 233 Hemlock and I. Rubin 1269 Ocean pkwy. The Queens graduates are L.

E. Benioff of 3606 31st Long Island City and P. J. Orsi of 21-23 Curry, C. C.

Mollenhauer, member of 30th Long Island City. 1915 Giving the Public What They Want at a Price They Can Afford to Pay Is What Has Made Walter B. Cooke, One of the Largest Undertakers in the U.S. Phone Flatbush 9406 Walter. Conke (INCORPORATED) 1358 Flatbush Avenue Use of Chapel Free SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Every Known Comfort for the Bereaved Without Extra Charge Complete $150 Auto Funeral Half Couch Casket, as illustrated above, in polished hardwood.

black or any color plush trimmed with silver bar extension handles, engraved name plate and lined with silk, with pillow to match. Strong outside burial box with mattress. Removing Remains from any hospital in Greater New York. Embalming and care of Remains. Gentleman's or lady's dress.

Use. of candelabra and candles, when requested. Use of draperies and 2 dozen, chairs and palms. -Flowers on door. Procuring Burial permits.

Automobile Hearse. Limousine to any Cemetery Greater New York. Delivering box to cemetery. Total Cost $150 Complete $225 Auto Funeral Massive, Square End Solid Oak, Half Couch Casket, as Illustrated above. Trimmed with elver bar extension handles, engraved name plate and-lined wita silk with pillow to match.

Strong outside burial box with mattress. Removing remains from any pital in Greater New York. Embalming and care of Remaine. Gentleman's suit or lady's dress, Use of candelabra and candles when requested. Use of draperies and 2 dozen chairs and pale Flowers of door.

Procuring Burial permits. Automobile Hearse and Delisering Limousine box to to any cemetery. Cemetery In Greater New Tetal York. $2.2.5 Home Office, West 190th St. Raymond 0384 BRANCHES 293 Willis at 140th St.

593 Tenth at 43d St. Tel. Mott Haven 7070 Tel. Chickering 1262 $1,000,000 LOSS AS LEVEE BREAKS Scores of Families Flee From Flood in Missouri; 15,000 Acres Inundated. By United Press.

Kennett, June -Millions of gallons of water from the swollen St. Francis River poured enstward through two breaks in the levee north of here today, inundating approximately 15,000 acres of cotton and corn land in Dunkiin County. Scores of familles were forced to flee to safety, and damage estimated at $1,000.000 Kennett officials. directing preventive measures by a force of. 1,200 men, estimated that an additional area of 15,000 acres would be overflowed to a depth of about two feet before the crest of the flood passes, probably tomorrow.

No loss of life had been reported. A threatened break in the levee at Brown Ferry, 12 miles north of here, has been averted temporarily, according to reports to Mayor R. R. Plankey, who said he believed the levee had been strengthened sufficiently to hold. The two breaks through which the water is flowing occurred five and six miles north of here.

They are widening steadily. ALLEGED BOOTLEGGERS HELD Freehold, June Ralph Amarito, Marlboro, N. a farmer and Henry Omega, farmer, of Vanderburg were held today in. $1,000 bail ench for the grand jury on charges of violating the New Jersey liquor laws. JAW OF MASTODON FOUND Buenos Aires, June The jaw of mastodon, estimated experts to be 80,000 years old, has been unearthed in quarries in Magalena Province.

ANNAPOLIS HEAD ADMIRAL S. S. ROBISON By United Press. Annapolis, June Rear Admiral Samuel S. Robison assumed charge of the United States Naval Academy today, succeeding Rear Admiral Louis M.

Nulton, who will become vice admiral of the Pacific Division of the battle fleet. 'Nulton has been superintendent for the last three years. ST. FRANCIS, '28, HONORED Alumnae Hostesses to Class at Reception. Members of the Class of 1928 of St.

Francis Xavier's Parochial School, Carroll near Sixth were guests of the alumnae yesterday at a reception and tea in the Brooklyn Women's Club, 114-Pierrepont. st. Miss Eleanor Casey was chairman, assisted by Mrs. John D. Nash, Miss Elizabeth Driscoll, Miss Rose Crowley, Miss Adelaire Daley, Miss Catherine Sylvester and Mrs.

George Plunkitt, jr. FAMILY TOO MUCH, SO HUSBAND QUIT Mrs. Sabel of Jamaica Asks Separation Charging She Was Abandoned. 114, beloved of Grand 2:30 June after- his! for16th a and and Solof Nos- at Flat87 Cal- 275 at C. 2744 Fu- at Mrs.

Sonya Sabel, 4415 Atlantic In a suit for separation, filed yesterday, alleged that George Sabel, proprietor, of a dress shop at Jaleft her after telling her that "the responsibilities of marriage were too much for him." "He came home one day in March, 1927," Mrs. Sabel said, inform me that the responsibilities of marriage were too much for him, and that he was going away. He left me with our baby, then six months old. He said there was no reason why he should be burdened with a wife: he had married- 80 he might have wife to support him." The Sabels were married Dec. 19, 1925.

"Two weeks before we were marPied," she said, "he told me he had lost. his position as a salesman because he was unable to concentrate on his work in view of our approaching marriage. I believed him and tried to encourage him with the thought that after we were mar: self ried to he work." could more easily apply himFor three months after they were married, Mrs. Sabel said, her husband told her every day he was looking for a job, but was unable to find one. She said he finally pawned the silverware and ultimately left her.

Justice Callaghan allowed Mrs. Sabel $30 a week alimony and $200 counsel fee pending trial. Sabel filed no affidavits. SAFETY- -FIRST PACT DRAWN Geneva, June International Labor Conference adjourned today after completing plans for drafting a -wide safety-first agreement in 1929. RARE 10 Pieces Exactly as Pictured Consists of 66 in.

Buffet, China, Server, Table, Host's Chair and 5 Side Chairs. EXTRAORDINARY VALUE $195 TERMS: but for the convenience of Prospect farniture sells on and cash prices basis, I those who wish to pay out modern reproduction of the English Period. surpasses in of Income rather than capindividuality anything ever offered at tthis price. Its real value can only be ital, terms may be had. Our appreciated upon actual examination.

overlays of maple and satin plan based simple on burl walnut. beantiful high light finish. The massive banking principles. and imposing appearance of this snite will dignify the atmosphere of your home. Coxwell Chair Damask Boudoir Chair Hundreds other.

Dining Rooms, Bedrooms and Living Rooms are also included in this sale at half regular prices. Any article purchased during reserved for future delivery, invite you to spect our 5 spacions floors and manship. comfort Upholstered and in mohair, This chair is Selid, workcovered in gonuine 1 silk jacquard and relenr. note the prices and styles. damask all around.

Solid spring cashions, Limited construction. May be had spring filled tit $35.00. on hand. Bee. conn- Price $16 In Regular n' variety Price of $30.

colors. $14 vion Avenue and Plat Street 1 Fallon busk FURNITURE CO. nest NOTICE! door EX De Kalb De Kalb Ave. Prospect Ave. 29 29 At De Kalb the Dime Ave.

29 DeKALB AVE. Inge Bank and few B. M. T. the sew Station PHONE TRIANGLE 1856 Albee Theatre and Saturday Till 10 P.

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