Newsday Obits February 1955

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*Aluck-James V., on Feb 2, 1955, of Manhasset. Beloved husband of the late Lena, devoted father of John, Edward, Alexander and Frank Aluck. Mrs. Anthony Miseavage, Mrs. Peter J Bernatavich and Jennie Aluck. Survived also by ten grandchildren. Reposing at J.J. Gallagher Sons Funeral Home, 1350 Northern Blvd., Manhasset. Solemn Requiem Mass, Saturday, 9am at St. Mary's RC Church, Manhasset. Interment Holy Rood Cemetery, Westbury
$$Ankers-Sarah, East Marion-Mrs. Sarah Weston Ankers, 80, widow of Clarence Ankers, a former Hempstead Town assessor, died yesterday in Eastern Long Island Hospital, Greenport. A native of Brooklyn, Mrs. Ankers had lived in Rockville Centre for 20 years  before moving to East Marion in 1922. Mrs. Ankers wwas a past chaplin of Cassiopia Chapter, Ordr of Eastern Star, Rockbille Centre, and a member lof he Missionary and Social Society of the East, Marion Baptist Church. She is survived by for daughters, Mrs. Elwood Rackett, Mrs. A Halsey Brown, Mrs. Samuel Foster and Mrs. John Mortland; two sons, Frank R and Harry L Ankers, 20 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11 am tomorrow at the East Marion Bapist Church with the kRKev. Fred W  Stacey officating. Burial will be in the family plot in Greenfield  Cemetery, Hempstead. (February 4, 1955)
*Baum-Joseph. On January 29th, 1955. Of 26 Botsford St. Hempstead. Beloved husband of Sophie Schrenk. Brother of Charles and the late Arthur Baum. Funeral services at Mortimar D Jones Funeral Home, 21 W Columbia St., Hempstead, Monday, January 31st at 8pm by the Rev. Victor M Regan. Services by Hempstead Fire Dept. Hempstead Post American Legion and Astoria Masonic Lodge.Internment Long Island National Cemetery. *Boreham-Harry S., formerly of Roslyn Heights. Survived by his nieces Mrs. Robert McDonald and Mrs. William Chandler. Reposing at Lewis Funeral Home, 154 Mineola Ave. Roslyn Heights. Services 10am Wednesday, Feb 2, at the Moravian Cemetery, Staten Island.
*Baylis-Allice Marie, of 2330 Smith Lane, Seaford, LI. on Feb 4, 1955. Beloved wife of Van Wyck Sr., dear mother of Carlton and Van Wyck Jr. Devoted daughter of Mr. Martin Kane, sister of Walter. Also survived by 3 grandchildren. Past President of Seaford Fire Dept. Aux. and Edwin Welch Leging Post Aux. No. 1132. Reposing at Massapequa Funeral Home, 99 New York Ave, Massapequa. Legion Auxiliary service, 8pm Seaford Fire Dept and Auxiliary service to follow on Monday. Interment, Tuesday morning, Greenfield Cemetery. Albert C Michalek, Director.
%Bliss- Saul To all the friends and associates of the late Saul Bliss, we sincerely appreciate the kindness and symphaty you have extended to us in our bereavement. The Bliss Family
$$Blood-Ernest A, New Smyma Beach, FL (AP) 82, one-time basketball coach at the United States Military Academy and a veteran high school coach in New Jersey, died Saturday. Blood played the game in the days when peach baskets were used as goals, and coached it until foru years ago when he retired at Passaic, NJ, high and moved here. Under his guidance Passaic once won 159 straight games. His record for more that fifty years of coaching was 1,268 victories against only 165 defeats. Blood was a YMCA associate of Dr. James Naismith, the inventor of basketball, and he devoted most of his life to furthering it. Short and barrel-chested, Blood was a top athlete in his younger days, playing football, baseball, soccer and basketball, which in those days had nine on a side. When he retired from the sport after coaching more than a half a century, he was known as the dean of the nation's basketball coaches, his team having a winning record of .855 per cent. His "wonder team" at Passaic High School in the 1920s won 159 games in a row in five and a half years. The string was ended by Hackensack High School, 39-35, in February 1925. He coached at West Point in 1925-26, winning eleven and losing six games. He coached St. Benedict's Preparatory School in Newark, NJ, to five state championships. Blood was born in Sommersville, Mass. He was a New England amateur wrestling champion at fifteen, and later became active in YMCA work. In 1896, the "Prof" as her was called, unwittingly had a part in creating the five man game, he was then head of the boys department at the Brooklyn Central YMCA, the largest in the country. It had previously been customary for two atheltic directors of the Y to play oth the teams. It was ruled they would be barred as professionals, so the seven man teams of the day were cut to five. His coaching career started at the Boston Y and closed after a 25 yeear stay at St. Benedict's in September, 1949. February 7, 1955)
#Boyel-Philip In sad and loving memory of a dear husband and father, Philip Boyel, whom God called on February 4, 1953. Deep in my heart lies a picture of a loved one laid to rest in memory's frame I shall keep it because he was one of the best so if I shed a secret tear and often breathe a sigh forgive me dear, I miss you more as every day goes by; Devoted Wife and Children.
$$Brown-Fred H Former Dem Governor Somerssworth, NH (AP)- Fred H Brown, 75, the last Democratic governor New Hampshire and a US Senator during the early days of the New Deal, died yesterday at his home.A native of Ossipee, he served one term in the governor's char from 1923-1924 and one term in the Senate from 1933 to 1939 when he was defeated for reelection by the late Sen. Charles Tobey. After his defeat, then President Franklin D Roosevelt name him Comptroller General of the United States, by he resigned because of ill health in a few months. Later, Roosevelt appointed him to the US Tariff Commission but again Brown was forced to quit because of his health. However, he remained a confidante of Roosevelt and later President Truman. Truman last night said he was saddened by death of "this very ernest public servant." I served with him in the Senate. He was an able and concientious public servant." I served with him in the Senate. He was an able and conscientious worker and a fine gentleman." the ex-president said. As a youth, Brown played major league baseball for the Old Boston National League Team. An outfielder, her played in seven games in 1901, batting 125. The next year he appearred in one game. (February 4, 1955)
*Buccafusca- Joseph, on Feb 2, 1955. Owner of Joseph's Beauty Parlor, Farmingdale, LI. Beloved husband of Johanna, brother to Charles, John and Andrew. Reposing at the Arthur F White Funeral Home, 234 B'way, Bethpage, LI. Requiem Mass at St. Martin of Tours RC Church, Bethpage, LI, Saturday, Feb 5, 9:30am Interment St. Charles Cemetery Pinelawn, LI, Arthur F White Director
*Butler-William C, of 509 Adams Ave., West Hempstead on Feb 3, 1955. Beloved husband of Ruth E, devoted father of W Shanton of Syosset. Dear brother of Mrs. Mildred Lawrence of Hempstead. Also survived by 2 grandchildren. Reposing at Williams Funeral Home, 181 Greenwich St., Hempstead. Religious service conducted by Rev Willis M Baxter, 8:30pm Sunday, Feb 6. Interment Monday am at Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx, New York
*Chebuski-Ignatius Nicholas, of Locust Valley, suddenly on February 6th, 1955. Beloved husband of Mary; devoted father of May Nevels, Genevieve Frey, Bertha Murphy, Ann Perkowski and John; dear brother of Anthony, Joseph, Andres, Julius and Phillip, Marth Zaborne and Frances Kaminski. Also survived by nine grandchildren.Reposing at Kramer Mortuary, 220 Glen St., Glen Cove. Funeral Thursday February 10. Solemn Requiem Mass at St Patrick's RC Church, Glen Cove, 10am followed by Intermaent in Holy Rood Cemetery.
*Clark-Leo Campman, on Feb 1, 1955 at Venice, Florida, formerly of Valley Stream, LI. Beloved husband of Margaret, dear father of Miss Jean Clark of Rockville Centre, brother of John and Paul Clark. Reposing at the Moore Funeral Home, 54 West Jamaica Ave., Valley Stream. Religious services Friday at 8pm, followed by American Legion and Masonic services. Interment Saturday morning, Middletown, Conn. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Damon, Runyon Cancer Fund will be appreciated.
*Cokelet-Peter F., of 118 W. Centennial Ave., Roosevelt, LI. On Sunday, January 30th, 1955. Husband of the late Louise Francis. Survived by on daughter, Mrs. Elsie Carota, three grandchildren; Also Carota Jr., Mrs. Mairon Cassidy and Mrs. Marjorie Tubbs, also 8 great-grandchildren. Religious service and funeral from the James J. Seery Funeral Home, 150 Nassau Rd., Roosevelt on Wednesday, February 2nd 1955, at 10am. Internment Cedar Grove Cemetery Flushing, NY. Reposing at the Wagner Funeral Home corner Old Country Rd., and Jerusalem Ave., Hicksville. Religious services, Tuesday, February 1st at 8:15 pm, followed by the Greenpoint Lodge #403 F.& A. M. Internment Wednesday, February 2, at 10:30. Long Island National Cemetery.
%We wish to extend our heartfelt appreciation to all the friends of the late Susan B Collins for their kind condolences during our recent bereavement. The Family of Susan B. Collins. (February 1, 1955)
%Darrow-Edwin W, in Loving memory, killed February 7, 1953. Death comes only to those who are forgotten by those they loved and cherished in the life. Rest easy my darling, you live forever in this heart that is always your. Your Loving wife and children.
*David-Charles C, of 29 Field Avenus, Hicksvillle, suddenly on Wednesday, February 2, 1955. Dear brother of Clarence M of Ozone Park, LI, Reposing at Wagner's Funeral Home, 125 Old Country Road, corner Jeruslem Agenue, Hicksville. Masonic services by Manetto Lodge of Hicksville on Friday., February 4, at 8 pm, followed by religious services conducted by Reverand Howard Rogers. Funeral services Saturday 5 at 2 pm. Interment in Plain Lawn Cementery, Hicksville, under the directions of Aarchie H Mowen.
*Delaney-Sarah (nee McManus) on Feb 6th, 1955. Wife of the late William; mother or Julia, William, Edward, Thomas, John, Catherine Gladwish and Veronica Fawcett. Also survived by 10 grandchildren. Reposing at the Arthur F White Funeral Home, 315 Conklin St., Farmingdale, LI. Solemn Requiem Mass at Our Lady of Miraculous Medal RC Church, Wyandanch, LI on Wednesday, 10am Interment St. Charles Cemetery, Pinelawn LI. Arthur F White director.
*Dunn-John J, suddenly on Tuesday, Feb 2, 1955; resident of 25 Grand St. Westbury, LI. Beloved husband of Elizabeth. Reposing at Donahue Funeral Home, Post and Castle Aves. Westbury, LI. Solemn Requiem Mass Saturday, Feb 5, St. Brigid's RC Chruch, 10am Interment Holy Rood Cemetery, Westbury
*Ehlen-Charles G. of 2572 Merrick Rd., Bellmore, LI, on Monday, Jan 31, 1955, in his 77th year. Beloved husband of Sarah; devoted father of Harold, Henry and Walter; dear brother of Jacob. Reposing at 2109 Bellmore Ave., Bellmore, LI. Funeral and religious services on Thursday, Feb. 3, at 1pm with the Rev. George V Bulin officiating. Interment Breallau Cemetery, Lindenhurst, LI under the directions of John, J Michalek, Bellmore Funeral Home
$$Ellis-Walter H Rites Held Garden City-Funeral services were held last night for Walter H Ellis, II,  vice president and treasurer of the W D Chapman and Co., Manhattan insurance brokers. Ellis, 55, died Jan. 29 at his home, 198 Glenmore St., East Williston. Joining the Chapman firm in 1920, he became secretary in 1937 and vice president and treasurer in 1947. He was formerly a vestryman at St. Elizabeth Episcopal Church, Floral Park. Services were conducted a the Cronk Funeral Chapel, Franklin Ave., and 15th St., by the Rev. Frederic Underwood, rector of the Church of Advent, Westbury. Burial this morning took place in Flushing Cemetery. Ellis is survived by his widow, Genevieve, a son,Walter Jr., of Rolla, MO and a daughter, Mrs. Frank Warren of Williston Park.
* Ely-David J, of Valley Stream, on Sunday, February 6th,1955. Beloved husband of Marguerite; dear brother of Mrs. John Gabetta and Mrs. Abraham Fanush of Hudson, NY. Also survuved by several nieces and nephews. Reposing at the Lieber Funeral Home, 9 East Valley Stream Blvd, Valley Stream, Religious services, Tuesday, 8pm. Funeral Wednesday, 10am Interment Trinity Churchyard, Hewlett, NY
*Farmer-Thomas, J
Rev in his 75th year, on Feb 2, 1955, of 36 Maplewood St. West Hempstead. Devoted husband of Hazel.A. father of Thomas A Farmer. Services at Fort Plain, New York, Saturday Feb 5, 2pm
*Garrett-George A, of 3147 Lenore Court, Wantagh, formerly of St. Albans. On February 1, 1955. Beloved husband of Alice, devoted father of Muriel J McDevitt, and Alice Manz, also survived by 3 grandchildren. Reposting at the Stock Funeral Home, 132 Newbridge Road, Hicksville. Requiem Mass St. Francis de Chantal RC Church, Wantagh, Saturday, 10am Interment Holy Rood Cemetery, Westbury, Visiting hours 2-10pm
%The family of the late Mattie Haskell Gordon wishes to the the clergy and members of Mt. Zion A.M.E. church, also the Reverends A.A. Adjahoe, J.W. Beavers and friends for their kindness and expressions of sympathy during their recent bereavement.
*Greiner-Emil, suddenly on January 31, 1955, at 267 Smith Avenue, Islip in 87th year. Beloved husband of Helen E Krause, father of Mrs. Henry Lueck, Leonard and Jacob Greiner, all of college Point. Services at Overton Funeral Home, Islip, Wednesday, 8pm Cremation at Washington Park Crematory, Coram, Thursday, 10am
*Gundersen-Lilly of 340 Woodland Drive, Hempstead, NY, on Jan. 29, 1955. Beloved wife of Karl; devoted mother of Ruth, Ralph and Irving Gundersen. Reposing at the Hartnett Funeral Home, 148 Greenwich St., Hempstead. Services on Wednesday, Feb. 2, at 8pm Burial Thursday, Feb. 3, at 10am
Of Valley Stream, on Sunday January 30th, 1955. Beloved husband of Mary. Dear father of Anna Orso and Elsie Tyler. Also survived by two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Reposing at the Lieber Funeral Home, 9 E. Valley Stream Blvd. Valley Stream. Funeral Wednesday, 10am. Internment St. Michael's Cemetery
*Haid-Lina (nee Herzog),
suddenly on Feb 2 ,1955, of 2060 Fir Street, Wantagh, LI. Devoted mother of Mrs. Martha Hausle, Mrs. Helen Manzier, Frank, Peter, and Stanley Haffner. Also survived by 5 grandchildren. Reposing at the Charles G Schmitt Funeral Home, 3863 Merrick Road, Seaford, untill Saturday, 10:15 am Requiem Mass 10:45am at St Frances de Chantal RC Church. Interment Trinity Cemetery Amityville.
*Haldmaier-Rev. Joseph H., O.B.B. pastor of St Killian's R.C. Church, Farmingdale, LI, on Jan. 31,1955. Reposing at St. Killan's R.C. church. office of the Dead. 4pm Tuesday. Solemn Requiem Mass Thursday 10am. Interment St. Leo, Florida. Arthur F White Director.
H.L.Hawkins, Philadelphia Newsman

Harry L. Hawkins, vice president and business manager of the Philadelphia Bulletin, with which he had been associated for 34 years, died yesterday. He was 59 years old. His death followed closely that of his wife, the former Jessie Loretta Cutlip, who died Dec 8. They had been married since 1919. Hawkins was nationally known in the advertising field and was active in the civil and business life of this city for many years. He had served in various capacities for the Red Cross, the Salvation Army, the Community Chest and the United Fund. In 1948, Hawkins headed a committee on advertising agencies for the American Newspaper Publishers Association. He was president of the Better Business Bureau of Philalephia, Inc; a director of the Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia,and a past president of the Poor Richard Club. It was as head of the last named group that he presented its Gold Medal of achievement to General of the Army Dwight D Eisenhower on Jan 18, 1948. The Philadelphia Club of Advertising Women gave him its Man of the Month Award in April, 1952. He was cited for his continuing work with that group. In recognition of his work at Pennsylvania State University, where he gave an annual lecture, he was named an honorary member of Alpha Delta Sigma, advertising fraternity. Hawkins was elected to the executive board of the Sales Manager Association of Philadelphia in 1945 and the board of trustees of the Burcan of Municipal Research in 1951. He also was a member of the board of trustees of the Methodist Hospital and a member of the Philadelphia Country Club.

$$Indian Hero Buried in Arlington

Washington (UP) Ira H. Hayes, tragic Indian hero of the Iwo Jima flag raising, was buried on a snow-covered hill in Arlington National Cemetery yesterday near the massive war memorial commemoration his hour of glory. High government officials joined ex-Marine privates in pay homage to the 32 year old Pima Indian who spent 23 months in the Pacific in World War II, but found the problems of postwar civilian life too much to face. Hayes died from excessive drinking and overexposure in freezing weather near his home on the Indian reservation at Bapchule, Ariz. Hayes made history with four Marine buddies and a Navy man when they planted the American flag atop Mount Suribachi 10 years ago this month. He was buried not far from the giant Iwo Jima memorial immortalizing the scene caught by photographer Joe Rosenthal. Attending the simple Protestant services were Interior Secretary Douglas McKay whose department manages Indian affairs; Gen. Lemuel C. Sheperd, Marine Corps commandant; Indian Commissioner Glenn L Emmons and other military and Interior officials.

*Henderson-George, on Feb 1, 1955. Beloved husband of the late Dell (nee Kelly) and father of Marjorie Thiel and one grandchild, Diane. Funeral from the Merrick Funeral Home, 75 North Merrick Ave, Merrick, LI on Feb 3rd, 8:30pm Interment Friday, 3pm Greenfield Cemetery.
$$Miss Mary J Hickey, Was Law Officer

Westhampton Beach-Miss Mary J Hickey, former deputy chief probation officer of the Family Court in Brooklyn, died Tuesday,. Since her retirement some years ago, she had lived here with her sister, Miss Agnes A Hicky, th only immediate survivor. Miss Hicky was born in Brooklyn, a daughter of the late Patrick V Heckey, on-time foreign editor of the old World in New York, and brother of the late Leo J Hicky, who was United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York at his death in 1937. She studied at St. Mary't Academy, South Bend, Ind., and the Visitation Academy in Brooklyn, and was a charter member of the Alumna Association of the Latter school. She had served on the board of directors of the Brooklyn Nay Yard Boys Club, of which her brother was president.

$$Hoover-Theodore Jesse, Santa Cruz, Calif. (AP) 84, older brother of former President Herbert Hoover, died Saturday. Hover was a den emeritus fo the Stanford University School of Engineering. His physician, Dr. Luther Newhasll said Hoover had been ill for several years and died of a cerebral hemorrhage. The careers of Theodore Jesse Hoover and his famous brother were alike in two respects. Borth were mining engineers and followed their calling to many parts fo the world. The older Hoover, however concentrated on his business and academic life and never truned to politics, (February 7, 1955)
*Hundley-Frances I on Feb 3rd, 1955, of 214 Fox Court, Merrick, LI. Beloved sister of Tahlulah N Lynch, Susan C Berret and Lilliam M Hundley. Reposing at Merrick Funeral Home, 75 North Merrick Ave. Merrick LI. Solemn Requiem Mass Sacred Heart Church, North Merrick Ave Monday, Feb 7, 9:30am
*Jackson-Edward William, suddenly, on Jan. 31, 1955. Beloved husband of Catherine M; dear father of Madeline J Nlosi and Edward W Jackson; fond brother of Beatrice C. Jackson; also survived by four Grandchildren. Reposing at the Thomas F. Dalton Chapel, 29 Atlantic Ave. Floral Park, LI Firemen's services Wednesday 8pm Solemn Mass of Requiem will be offered, Thursday, St. Ann's Church, at 10am Interment Holy Rood Cemetery.
$$ Vamp Killed in Fall From Truck As It Brakes to Avoid Accident

Stewart Manor--A volunteer fireman died yesterday a few hours after he was thrown from a fire truck racing to a brush fire. The victim was Edward Jackson, 65, of 117 Carlton Terrace, the first chief of the Stewart Manor Fire Department and husband of the village clerk. Jackson was thrown from the back of the truck when it stopped short to avoid hitting another vehicle at 11:23 am on Tulip Ave., 60 feet west of Carlton Terrace. His skull was fractured. He died at 1:25 pm at Meadowbrook Hospital without regaining consiousness. Firemen's services will be held for Jackson at Dalton's Funeral Home, Floral Park, at 8:30 pm tomorrow, a Solemn Requires Mass will be offered at St. Ann's Church, Stewart Manor, at 10 am Thursday. Internment will follow at Holy Rood Cemetery, Westbury. Jackson, a retired telephone company executive, had lived in Stewart Manor for 28 years. He was a charter member of the fire department, served as its first chief in 1927 and at the time of his death was treasurer of the Exempt Fireman's Association. His wife, Catherine, has been village clerk since Stewart Manor was incorporated in 1927. Jackson is also survived by a daughter, Mrs. Madeling J Niosi of Minneapolis, Minn., a son, Edward W Jackson of Stewart Manor, four grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Beatrice Jackson of Plattsburg, NY  (February 1, 1955)

$$ Freeport--Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2pm in Fulton Funeral Home for Mrs. Mary B. Johnson, 85, who died yesterday. Burial will be in Greenfield Cemetery, Hempstead. Mrs. Johnson, born in Eldora, Iowa, in1879, was the daughter of to the late Charles Boynton, a Main-born Presbyterian minister who went west to do missionary work, and Ellen Boynton. Mrs. Johnson had lived in Freeport for more than 70 years. She make her home at 222 Grand Ave. She was the widow of A.S. Johnson, a contractor. Mrs. Johnson is survived by five sons, Fred, Clement B, Paul L, Herman P and Charles W, and three daughters, Mrs. David Ramsay, Mrs. Leroy Phelps and mIss Adelma Johnson, and two sisters, Mrs. George W Frutchey and Mrs. John Hill, 17 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.

*Johnson-Mary B, on January 31, 1955 of 222 Grand Ave., Freeport, LI. Beloved wife of the late A.S. Johnson; mother of S Fred, Clement B, Paul L, Herman P, Charles W and Adelma E Johnson, Mrs. Florence J Ramsey and Mrs. Elfrida J Phelps; sister of Mrs. George W Frutchey and Mrs. John Hill; also survived by 17 grandchildren and15 great-grandchildren. Funeral services at the parlors of Chester A Fulton & Sons, Inc., 49 West Merrick Rd, Freeport, LI, Wednesday, Feb 2, at 2pm. Internment Greenfield Cemetery, Hempstead

*Joanni-Theodore Sr on February 2, 1955, of Fisher Avenue, Islip Terrace. Father of Karl and Theodore Jr, both of Islip Terrace. Services at Overton Funeral Home, Islip, Saturday 11am. Cremation at Washington Park Crematory, Coram
$$George Kenney, 58, Editor

Larchmont, NY (UP)--George Kenney, 58, night city editor of the New York Daily News, died yesterday in his home. Born on New York's lower East Side near the home of Al Smith, Kenney began his newspaper career with the New Bedford, NJ Home News after serving in the National Guard and in the Navy during WW I. He joined the News in 1926 after covering the Halls-Mills murder trial for the News and for several years was on the paper's sports staff, specializing in baseball. He was named night city editor in 1938. (February 1, 1955)

*Knapp-Elizabeth C, 53, at her home, Hawkins Avenue, Lake Grove, NY on Jan 31, 1955. Beloved wife of Arthur. Dear sister of Mr. Howard Kurr of Smithtown, Raymond Kurr of Flushing, Mrs. Marie Hohn of Hawkins Avenue, Lake Ronkonkoma. Services Wednesday, Feb. 2, at 8pm Rev Rober Hollett of St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Lake Ronkonkoma. Joseph A Weber Funeral Home, Hawkins Avenue, Lake Ronkonkoma. Interment 10am Thursday, Feb. 3, Mount Hope Cemetery, Hastings, NY
of 35 Holland Ave, Floral Park,  LI. Beloved wife of the late Max Koslow, on Feb 2, 1955. Dear mother of Mrs. Murray M Weiner,  Ruvin H, Harry and Bertram I Koslow. Also survived by six loving grandchildren. Reposing at the Thomas F Dalton Chapel, 29 Atlantic Ave, Floral Park, LI. Services Friday, 11am Interment Beth David Cemetery Elmont.
*Krug- Ida, of 3485 Ella Rd, Wantagh, LI, on Mon. January 31, 1955.Beloved wife of William. Reposing at the Catholic Chapel, 2100 Bellmore Ave., Bellmore, LI. (Wilson Ave. entrance) Requiem Mass on Frances de Chantal RC Church, Wantagh Ave., Wantagh. LI. Internment LI National Cemetery under the direction of John J Michalek, Bellmore Funeral Home.
*Kunkel-Joseph G
of 3039 Xavier Pl., Oceanside, LI. Beloved husband of Alice (nee Stukis) father of Gregory, Joseph and John. Devoted son of Frances M and Gregory Kunkel. Brother of Mrs. Mary B Mohr, Mrs Adelaide O'Brien, Dorothy, John J Fred G, Gregory P, Albert, Edward T and Paul Kunkel. Reposing at the Macken Mortuary, 52 Clinton Ave., Rockville Centre, LI. Funeral on Thursday, February 3rd, at 9:30am, Solemn Mass of Requiem St Christopher's Church, Baldwin at 10am. Interment Holy Rood Cemetery, Westbury, LI. (February 2, 1955)
*Langdon-Elizabeth, on Monday January 31, 1955, of 1429 Broadway, Hewlett. Beloved mother of Anna Thomas, Roy Langdon, Violet Diener and Harris Langdon, sister of Fanny Scabury, Also survived by 7 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Service at the Funeral Home of Pettit Bros. & Clayton, 20 Lincoln Ave. Rockville Centre, Thursday, 2:30pm Interment Rockville Cemetery, Lynbrook.
*LeBourdais-Rose, of 207 Harrison St, N. Bellmore, LI on Sunday Jan 30, 1955, in the 53rd year. Devoted mother of Mrs. Florence Shapol, Raymond and Joseph LeBourdais. USA. Beloved daughter of Mrs. Ernestine Rioux; dear sister of Willie and Mrs. Della Fortier; also surviving are two grandchildren. Reposing at 2100 Bellmore Ave., Bellmore, LI Solemn High Requiem Mass on Wednesday. Feb 2, 10am, at St Barnabas the Apostle RC Church. Bedford Ave., Bellmore, LI Interment St. Charles Cemetery, under the the direction of John J Michalek, Bellmore Funeral Home
*Liberman-Herman I, of Freeport, LI, suddenly, Monday January 31st. Beloved husband of Leah, loving father of Jerry and Bernice Beldock, Beloved son of Fannie Finkeistein, brother of Pauline Gold, Mable Baumann and Samuel liberman. Services at the Riverside Funeral Home, 1230 Central Avenue, Far Rockaway, 10:30am Thursday, Feb. 3rd.
*Lieber-Margaret of 98 Jackson St, Franklin Square on Feb 1, 1955. Beloved mother of Paul Liedberg and Freda Lauer. Also survived by one brother, 3 sisters and 4 grandchildren. Reposing at the Krauss Funeral Home, 495 Hempstead Turnpike, Franklin Square. Requiem Mass Friday, 9:30 am at St Catherine of Sienna RC Church. Interment St Charles Cemetery.
*Lonzer-Elizabeth, of  Hempstead, LI, on Jan 31, 1955. Beloved mother of Mrs. Edith E.Willey. Loving grandmother of Mrs. Richard C Peterman, dear aunt of Paul Fritsch. Reposing at the Hartnett Funeral Home, 148 Greenwich St., Hempstead, Notice of funeral arrangements to appear later.
$$ W.E. Lundgren, Noted Yachtsman, Dies

Essex, Conn. (AP) William E Lundgren, 63, prominent international yachtsman and New York insurance broker, died after a heart attack at his home yesterday. Lundgren, whose father, Charles Lundgren, was assistant dentist to the King of Sweden, moved to this Long Island Sound front town last September. He previously had lived in New York City and Sea Cliff. He was an executive of Lundgren & Morse Insurance Brokers in New York City until his recent retirement. He was graduated from Cornell University. Lundgren, who never married, is survived by a brother, Charles Lundgren Jr. of New Milford, and several nieces and nephews. (February 1, 1955)

*Madden-Francis, on Jan. 31, 1955. Son of the late James and Alice Madden, and brother of Margaret Reed, Alice Leftwich and John D Madden. Reposing at the Queens Abbey Funeral Home, 198-20 Hollis Ave., Hollis. Solemn Requiem Mass, St Pascal Babylon RC Church, Friday, 10am Interment Holy Rood Cemetery, Westbury.
$$Marchioness of Salisbury-London (AP) The dowager Marchioness of Salisbury, mother of the fifthMarquess of Salisbury, leader of the House of Lords, died Saturday, she was 87. Before her marriage to the fourth Marquess of Salisbury, Lady Salisbury was Lady Cicely Alice Gore, second daughter of the fifth Earl or Arran. Her husband died in 1947 when he was in his eighty-sixth year. Decendants of the fifth Earl of Arran are noted for longevity. Lady Salisbury's youngest sister is 84. A brother is 86 and another sister is 88. Among her antecedents were some of the greatest statesmen in British history, includeing Lord Palmerston, Lord Melbourne and Charles James Fox.  From 1907 to 1910 she was Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Alexandra, wife of King Edward VII. She was an officer of the Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem. (February 7, 1955)
*Martine- Katie E, of Malverne on Wedmesday, February 2, 1955. Dear mother of Katie Frederick and Theadore. Dear sister of Ethel Cornell, Rosilla, Wilbur J., Myron L and Charles S. Wright, also survived by 2 grandchildren. Reposing at the Finch & Bruns Funeral Home, 34 Hempstead Avenue. Lynbrook. Religious service on Saturday at 11 am, Interment Rockville Cemetery.
$$Paul R McCampbell Dies

Great Neck-Paul R McChampbell, vice president and director of the I.B. Kleinert Rubber Company, who had been in charge of the College Point, Queens, factory, died here yesterday in his home at 35 Wensley Drive. His age was 58. He was born in Crawfordville, Ind, and graduated from Wabash College. He served as a captain with the 104th Infantry, Twenty-sixth Division. American Expeditionary Forces, during World War I. He participated in all the division's major battles in France, winning several citations. After the war he was with the United States Rubber and Hunter Div. Jiln Companies before joining the Kleinett organization as an assistant chemist 30 years ago. He was named a director in 1941 and a vice president six years later. Active in civic affairs here, he had served as the major of Russell Gardens. He took a prominent part in local war work in World War II. He had lived here for 20 years. Mr. McCampbell leaves his wife, the former Catherine Hunter; a son, John Hunter McChampbell, and tow sisters, Mrs. Pearl Ziegner and Mrs. Ralph Edwards.

% We wish to extend our heartfelt appreciation to all the friends and neighbors of the late James A. McCord for their kind consideration and gifts during our recent bereavement. The family of James A. McCord

$$McLaughlin-Jim, Diamond Jim Dies in Cove, Glen Cove-Jim McLaughlin's fight withe the millionaire Morgan is over. The picturesque fisherman died yesterday of a stroke at the age of 76. For 30 years McLaughlin, sometimes known as "Diamond Jim," had successfully fought off the efforts of Junius S. Morgan to banish Jim's little fishing shack and bait store at the foot of Dosoris Lane, adjacent to Morgan's mansion. McLaughlin claimed he had squatters rights. He and his father before him had run the bait station since long befor Glen Cove was chartered in 1938. Morgan had claimed Jim had no right to operate on the public street. McLaughlin was stricken at 11am as he left St Patrick's Church here. He died at 5:55pm at North County Community Hospital. (Fbruary 7, 1955)

$$ Julius Miller Dies at 75; Former Borough President

New York-Julius Miller, 75, former State Supreme Court justice and former Borough President to Manhattan, died yesterday at his home, 22 E 88th St. He retired from the bench in 1950 after serving for 20 years. He was found dead in bed at 9 am by his wife, Diane. The family said he apperently died in his sleep. Int the course of Miller's long-public career which began in 1919, his greatest single accomplishment-one that he enjoyed harking back to as the years went by-was the construction of the West Side elevated highway along the Hudson River. As Brought President, he fought for the project against powerful opposition (it was on the calendar of the Board of Estimate 152 times) and finally had the satisfaction of turning the firs shovelful of earth on the much-needed arterial project at Canal and West Sts. on May 24, 1929. The concrete and steel viaduct, the first of the nation's elevated expressways, was subsequently named the Julius Miller Elevated Highway. It was the late Mayor James J. Walker, originally a foe of Mr. Miller on the highway project, who later insisted graciously, after he saw its worth, that it be named for Miller. As Brough President from 1921 to 1930, Miller a Democrat, was instrumental in changing the face of Manhattan. He built the ramp connecting upper and lower Park Ave. through the New York Central Building; widened all the avenues in Manhattan and built the center strip on Park Ave; adopted the plan for the East River Drive viaduct from 155th St to 165th Sts, and initiated the move to tear down the Sixth Ave. "El" and convert the avenues into a major artery. An active, restless man, Miller kept on thinking about Manhattan's traffic problems after his retirement from the Supreme Court at the mandatory age of 70. A month ago in an interview he predicted that the island's traffic snarl would get worse. He suggested a trans-Manhattan vehicular tunnel under 38th St, and another such tunnel running the length of Manhattan under First or Second Avenues. As a judge, Miller achieved the distinction of never having been reversed by an appellate court on any of the cases in equity where he decided suits without a jury. This was believed to be unique among New York jurists. (February 4, 1955)

$$Rites for Dr. John R. Mott-Funeral services will be held today for Dr. John R Mott, Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1946, who died sunday night after a brief illness. He was 89. Mott, who spent virtual a lifetime in humanitarian work and won numerous honors climaxed by the nobel Award, had been hospitalized since last Thursday. A native of Sullivan County, NY, Mott helped found the World Student Christian Federation and was its general secretary for 25 years. He also served as general secretary of the National Council and International Committee of the Young Men's Christian Association and was an honorary fife president of the World Alliance of YMCA..Funeral services will be held at the First Methodist Church here where Dr. Mott made his winter home with burial to be arranged by the National Cathedral in Washington. Her is survived by his widow, Mrs. Agnes Peter Mott of Washington, two sons and two daughters.
$$ Orlando, Fla. (AP) Dr. John R Mott, 89, evangelist and promoter of international understanding, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1946, died last night. For many years, he was general secretary of both the national council and the international committee of the Young Men's Christian Association. He later became honorary life president of the World's Alliance of YMCA. Dr. Mottt helped organize in 1895 the World's Student Christian Federation.. He was its general secretary until 1920 and its chairman until 1928. In 1910, he took part in founding the International Missionary Council, comprising 300 missionary societies. He was the council's chairman since then. He was one of the five honorary presidents of the World Council of Churches, the only layman to hold the position. Besides the Nobel Peace Prize which was awarded him for humanitarian work, Dr. Mott was awarded the US Distinguished Service Medal and other medals by 16 foreign governments. He was graduated from Cornell University in 1888 and had honorary degrees from Yale, Edinburg, Princeton, Brown, Toronto and Upper Iowa universities.  (February 1, 1955)
*Murphy-Florence of 324 Chester Street, Uniondale on January 30, 1955.  Devoted wife of Edward, beloved mother of Richard, Edward and Joan. Reposing at Uniondale Funeral Home, 599 Jerusalem Avenue, Uniondale. Solemn Requiem Mass on Wednesday, February 2nd at 9:30 am at St Martha's RC Church, Uniondale, Interment Calvary Cemetery
*Neumann-Eda C., on Friday, January 28, 1955, at Palm Beack, FL. also of Freeport, LI Wife of the late George A Neumann. Surviving relatives Mr. and Mrs. James H Crulkshank. Services at the Towers Funeral Home, Long Beach and Foxhurst Roads. Oceanside on Thursday, February 3rd at 11am Interment Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn.
*Papatsos- George, on Monday, Man. 31, 1955, of Island Park, LI. Beloved husband of Malamo and devoted father of Mrs. Cleo Georgakis, Clalope, Theodore and Constntine: father-in-law of George Georgakis; also survived by one grandchild. Barbara Malamo Georgakis. Funeral from the Towers Funeral Home, Long Beach and Foxhurst roads, Oceanside, on Wednesday, Beb. 2, at 10am thence to St. Fanouirols Greek Church, Jersey City, for religious services at 12 noon. Interment Grenfield Cemetery, Hempstead. In lieu of flowers donate to St. Fanouirods Greek Church
$$ E.C. Peirce, Was Mayor, Senator

New Bedford, Mass (AP) Former Mayor and State Senator Edward C. Peirce, 59, paroled last week after serving 20 months of a four years sentence for conspiracy, died of cancer yesterday in a nursing home. The long-time storm center of Democratic politics in New Bedford had been operated on at the Norfolk Prison Colony Hospital. In 1953, while he was mayor, Peirce was convicted on two counts of gambling in New Bedford and was sentenced to two consecutive two-year jail terms. Trial Judge Daniel D. O'Brien specified that Peirce serve his sentence in the Norfolk County Jail in Dedham, New Bedford is in adjacent Bristol County. Peirce announced that he would continue to fill the office of mayor from his jail cell, but the state legislature halted the plan by authorizing the city council to name an acting mayor to fill Peirce's term. Peirce also ran for reelection, conducting his 1953 campaign from his jail cell. He got 2,000 votes in the preliminary elections, not enough to qualify his entry in the two-candidate runoff. A native of New Bedford, Peirce began his career at a $4 a week office boy. At the age of 30 he had amassed a million dollar fortune in the cottonbrokerage business. Eleven years later, he was on the WPA relief rolls. After several unsuccessful attempts, her was elected to the state senate in 1944 and served four two-year terms before he was elected mayor of New Bedford in 1951. While a cotton broker, Peirce was indicted on 40 counts of larceny by juggling cotton, sales and his political life, he had operated a florist shop. He leaves his widow, Alma; a daughter, Mrs. Estelle Wheeler of New Bedford, his mother, Mrs. Estelle Peirce of Dartmough, a sister Miss Helen J Peirce, a Smith College Professor, and two grandchildren  (February 1, 1955)

$$Mrs. Prudence Piccozzi Dies at 80

Greenport-Mrs. Prudence Piccozzi, a long time resident here, died yesterday in her home at 444 Fifth Ave. she would have been 81 tomorrow. Mrs. Piccozzi, the widow of Angelo Piccozzi, was born in Italy and had lived here for 61 years. She is survived by four sons, Peter of Floral Park, John of Shelter Island and August and Joseph of Greenport; four daughters, Mrs. Nickolas Marulli, of New Rochelle, Mrs. Virgil Chilli of Massachusetts and Mrs. Nicholas Mazzaffero and Mrs. Austin Carbone, both Greenport; a sister, Mrs. Angelo Corrozzo of Greenport, and 20 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and on great-great-grandchild.

$$Dr. Rudolph Rapp, Noted Physician

Jamesport-Dr. Rudolph Rapp, 69, retired former superintendent of several city hospitals in New York, died Monday. Dr. Rapp was a hospital superintendent in New York from, 1923 until 1945, being in charge of Harlem Hospital, Lincoln Hospital, Greenpoint Hospital, Brooklyn, and the city's cancer institute on Welfare Island. A native of Austria, he came to this country when he was 11. He was graduated in 1903 from the Long Island Hospital Medial School and served his internship at St. Mark's Hospital. For a time he was superintendent of the Grafton State School for Epileptics, at Grafton, ND. He had made his home here for the last 15 months. (February 2, 1955)

*Ravera-Albert, on Feb.1, 1955, at his residence, Parkway Blvd. Hauppauge, LI at the age of 74 years. Formerly of East Elmhurst, LI Beloved husband of Teresa (nee Malvina), Loving father of Frank, dear brother of Mrs. Emilla Taveerna, also two grandchildren, Albert and Geraldine Ravera. Rosary services, Friday, 8pm Russell B Hawkins Funeral Home, 17 Manor Road., Smithtown. Requiem Mass, Saturday, 10am St. Patrick's RC Church, Smithtown. Interment St. Patrick's Cemetery, Hauppauge, LI
*Ruby-Mark P, suddenly, late of 16 Park Ave. Melvern. Beloved husband of Sadie (nee Price), devoted father of Elayne Sklar and Louis. Dear brother of Rose Littman and adored grandfather. Services Friday 2pm, at Gutterman's Nassau Memorial Chapel, 36 Lincoln Avenue. Rockville Centre, LI Interment Mt. Ararat Cemetery
*Ruoff-Anna Margaret, of 15 Centre St., Willison Park. On Sunday, January 30, 1955. Beloved wife of John J Ruoff and devoted mother of Frederick w Ruoff. Reposing at Wiegand Bros. Funeral Home, 49 Hillside Ave., Williston Park, Services Tuesday 8pm. funeral Wednesday, 2pm. Interment Cedar Grove Cemetery.
*Smolewich-Luke, of 35 Maple Street, Roslyn Heights, on Feb 1, 1955. Dear father of Luke Jr. Husband of the late Mary Smolewich. Reposing at the Roslyn Heights Funeral Home. Inc.  75 Mineola Ave, Roslyn Heights. Religious services Friday, Feb 4, 8pm. Interment Saturday, 10am, Nassau Knolls Cemetery, Port Washington, NY, Director John P Tuchoski.
$$A C Spadola Dies

Paramus, NJ-(AP) Anthony C Spadola, musician and orchestra conductor who appeared with numerous Broadway celebrities in the 1920s, died Sunday at Bergen Pines Hospital at the age of 73. Spadola, a native of New York City, who lived in Hackensack, had been in the entertainment feild for 60 years. (February 2, 1955)

*Stein-Katie, of Glen Cove, on January 30th 1955. Wife of the late George F Stein, mother of Anna Foley, George, William and Emil Stein. Services at the Dodge Funeral Home, 26 Franklin Ave., Glen Cove on Wednesday, February 2 at 2pm. Interment East Hillside Cemetery.
$$Accused Tax Expert Killed by Train

Ridgewood, NJ, (AP) A federal tax expert who taught the subject at Columbia University was struck and killed by an Erie Railroad Train last night a few hours after he was charge with dodging payment of his own federal income taxes. The body of John Scott Stella, 41 was found about 300 yards west of the station here, Stella, a practicing attorney and employee of the large New York accounting firm of Arthur Young & Co., was charged in a federal information in New York, yesterday with failing to file taxes on $56,000 in earning for 1951, 1952, and 1953. He was scheduled to appear for trial in federal court Feb. 10. Stella is survived by his wife and two sons, 9 and 14 years old

*Stooker-M James Jr. of 507 Hempstead Blvd., Uniondale, suddenly on Jan 31, 1955. Beloved husband of Virginia, devoted father of Richard Allen, also survived by his father, M. James Stooker Sr. of Topeka, Kansas, one brother and two sisters. Burial to be in family plot at Alton, Ill., Feb. 4, 1955 Arrangements by Williams Funeral Home, Hempstead. LI
*Strube-Feredrick of 12 Parsonage St., Baldwin, LI. on Jan31, 1955. Devoted brother of Mrs. Elizabeth Semple, Henry and William. Reposing at the Massapequa Funeral Home, 99 New York Avenue, Massapequa. Religious and Seawanhaka Lodge No. 678 F &AM. services Wednesday evening, 8pm. Interment Thursday in the family plot in Evergreen Cemetery, Albert C. Michalek, directory
$$RS Stryker, Halls-Mills Murder Juror

Somerville, NJ (AP) Raymond C Stryker, forman of the jury which cleared Mrs. Frances Stevens Hall of murder charges in the worked famous Hall-Mills slaying case, died yesterday in a nursing home in nearby Hillsborough Township. The jury sat for a month-long sensational trial in November 1926, to hear the state's case against Mrs. Hall and tow brothers, Henry and Willie Stevens. They were accused of plotting the lover's lane deaths of the Rev. Edward Wheeler Hall, 41 year-old New Brunswick clergyman, and attractive Mrs. Elanor Mills, 34, choir singer and wife of the church sexton, four years before. All were declared innocent after a five-hour jury deliberation. The case never has been solved. Stryker, president of the South Bound Brook Fire Company, was 72. He was also a former council man of South Bound Brook. Survivors included his widow, Nora; a son, Raymond E; and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Friday morning from the Taggart-Chamberlain Funeral Home in South Bound Brook. (February 2, 1955)

$$Roslyn-John T Tomlinson, 49 of 27 Squirrel Hill Road, died Sunday night of a heart attack. He had just completed 25 years of service with Trans World Airlines and was the assistant director of operation, Atlantic Region, at the time of his death. Funeral services will be held tonight at the Owen R Lewis Funeral Home in Roslyn. The Rev. John Van Zanten of the Roslyn Presbyterian Church will officiate. Masonic services will also be held tonight. Burial tomorrow, will be in Roslyn Cemetery. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Margurite Tomilson, and a stepson, Donald Muller, 23.

*Tomlinson-John T., of 27 Squirrel Hill Rd., Roslyn Heights. Beloved husband of Marguerite; dear father of  Donald. Masonic and religious services at the Lewis Funeral Home, 154 Mineola Ave., Roslyn Heights, at 8:30pm Tuesday, Feb. 1. Interment 3pm Wednesday, Roslyn Cemetery (February 1, 1955)

*Vergate-Dominick, suddenly, at his home, 440 Maple Ave., Westbury, Devoted husband of the late Mary; loving father of Victor, Martin, Frank, Samuel and Ester of Italy; also survived by 16 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Reposing at Donohue Funeral Home, Castle and Post Avenue, Westbury, LI. Solemn Requiem Mass on tHursday, Feb3, 1955, at 10am. Interment Holy Rood Cemetery, Westbury, LI. (February 1, 1955)
*Wall-Emma C. on February 3, 1955 of 35 Oak Street, Merrick LI. Beloved wife of the late Christopher W Wall. Mother of Mrs. Grace E Mann; grandmother of Barbara J and Lee Wall Mann. Funeral serivices will be held at the parlor of Chester Fulton and Son, Inc. 49 West Merrick Road, Freeport, on Saturday, February 5, at 10am. Interment New York Bay Cemetery, Jersey City, New Jersey.
$$James Ward, 91 Dies

Freeport-A Solemn Mass of Requiem will be offered Saturday at 10am in Holy Redeemer Church for James Ward, 91, who died yesterday of injuries received in an auto accident last month. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Ward, a native of Ireland, had lived in the United States since his teens and on Long Island for the past two decades. Until his retirement 25 years ago he had conducted his own furniture moving firm. He is survived by two sons, James and Thomas Ward, and three daughters, Mrs. Joseph Baker, Mrs. Lawrence Pinto, and Mrs. Anthony Sistl, 14 grandchildren and 17 great-grand children.

* Ward-James, F on Wednesday, February 2, 1955. Devoted father of Mrs. Sarah Baker, Thomas P, Mrs. Elizabeth Pinto, Mrs. Grace Sistl and James H Ward. Dear brother of Mrs. Brigid Colins , Mrs. Annie King and Mrs. Rose Foster. Also surviving are 14 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren Reposing at the Catholic Chapel, 2100 Bellmore Avenue, Bellmore, LI (Wilson Avenue entrance) Requiem Mass at Our Holy Redeemer RC Church, South Ocean Avenue, Freeport,  LI on Saturday, February 3, at 10am. Interment at Calvary Cemetery under the direction of John J Michalek, Bellmore Funeral Home

$$Watkins-Walter K, East Quogue-retired owner of James Y Watkins & Son, dealers in kitchenward in New York, died Saturday night in his home here on Walker Avenue. His age was 90. Born on 128 Street in Harlem, when that section of New York was a rural district, Watkins attended old Public School 68 and City College. Then he entered the family business, which had been established two generations before at 20 Catherine Street. The firm sold kitchen supplies to clubs, hotels, boats and trains. Later, Watkins resided in Larchmont, NY, where he served as a member of the Water Commission, as Village Trustee and Acting Mayor. He was former District Deputy Grand Master of the Eight Masonic District; Master of the Bunting Lodge of Masons, and a member of the Roayl Arcanum and Knights Templar. While a resident of Harlem, Watkins served as president of the Central and Harlem Republican Clubs and as superintendent of the Sunday school of St Andrew's Protestant Episcopal Church at 2067 Fifth Avenue. Surviving are his widow, the former Miss Marty Patterson, a daughter, Alice; a son W Kenneth Watkins of Pelham Manor, NY and three grandchildren.(February 5, 1955)
*Webber-Arthur A., age 54, of 37 North Howells Point Rd. Bellport, passed away after extended illness on Sunday at his residence. Survived by wife, Grace Webber of Bellport,  daughter, Mrs. Chauncy Losea, Patchogue. Funeral services were held on tUesday, February 1st at 8pm at the Pettit Funeral Home. Interment Washington Memorial Park, Coram on Wednesday, February 2, at 11am
*Winding-Mary Ellen (Marie) on Jan 31, 1955, of Polaris Drive, Levittown. Beloved wife of Kal, fond mother of Beverly, Kal 2nd and DJal Winding. Dear daughter of Gregory Motalitis of Peekskill, NY. Reposing at the Thos. F Balton Chapel, 100 West Marie St., corner Newbridge Road, Hicksville. LI. Religious services, Thursday, 1:30pm, cremation Free Pond Crematory.
*Wygant-Lydie B., of 267 No Grand Ave., Baldwin on Saturday, January 29, 1955. Beloved wife of Frank; devoted sister of Kathryn Lindsay and Ida Seribel. Also survived by 4 nieces and 1 nephew. Reposing at Wiegand Bros. Funeral Home, 24 So Grand Ave., Baldwin. Services Tuesday, 2 pm Interment Mt. Oilvet Cemetery.
$$Dr. H B Wilcox, Was Hospital Exec

Lake Charles, LA-Dr. Herbert B Wilcox, 80 former director th the New York Academy of Medicine, died here yesterday while visiting a son, Jarvis G. Wilcox. A native of Brooklyn, Dr. Wilcox was educated at Yale University and the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, where he received his medical degree in 1902. He interned at St. Luke's Hospital and served as attending physician at the Vanderbilt Clinic from 1904-1907. Dr. Wilcox was directory of Bellevue Hospital from 1920 until 1925 having served as attending physician of the children's medical division of Bellevue from 1902 until 1920. He left Bellevue to become director of Babies Hospital, and the following year was appointed Carpenter Professor of the children's diseases at Columbia, a position he held until his retirement a few years ago. He was a member of the American Pediatric Society, the Academy of Medicine, St. Luke's Alumni Association, the Public Health Commission, and was a director of the American Child Health Association. Dr. Wilcox was director of the New York Academy of Medicine from 1936 until 1946. He was the author of numerous articles, chiefly on pediatrics, in various medical journals. (February 2, 1955)

$$Woll-Frederic A, New York-Dr. Frederic A Woll, 80, professor emeritus and chairman of the Department of Hygiene of the College of the City of New York, from 1927 to 1944, died Saturday at Westchester Square Hospital. Born in New York, he attended schools here until he was 12 years old, when he ran away from school. Dr. Woll did not resume his formal education until he was 26 years old, married and the father of twin sons. Until then, he had been trained, first as an optician and then as an optometrist by Andrew Jay Cross, in the latter's office and shop at 18 W 23rd St. Returning to school, he was graduated from Teachers College, Comumbia University, in 1910, got his master's degree in 1911, and his doctor's degree from New York University in 1917. He became a tutor in the Department of Hygiene of City College in 1907, instructior in 1913, assistant professor in 1918 and associate professor in 1920. He was named professor and director of the department in 1927. He was for many years an associate in optometery at the Columbia New York State Board of Examiners in Optometry. He was a fellow of the American Association for Advancement of Science, a gold medalist of the Opometric Foundation of Research and a member of many other organization. (February 7, 1955)

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