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Garden City, Jan. 27Funeral ,ervice5 for Frederick Ralph Crane, j44, a lawyer and only son of 'Frederick E. Crane, retired Chief 'Judge of the,State Court of Appeals, will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow In his home, 38 Hilton Ave., here. The Rev. George A. Robertshaw, dean of the Cathedral of the incarna-tion, will officiate.'

Mr, Crane-'tiled suddenly yester-day^'to his home following a heart attack suffered while playing bad-minton with friends at .the Gar-den City Casino. His wife, Eleanor, motored to the Casino and took him home. Dr. D. Stoddard Doo-rnail, who had been treating him, was called, an&with the aid of Gar-

tanks of oxygen. Dr. Dooman Is a brother of Mrs. Crane.

Mr. Crane was a graduate of Princeton University, class of '18, and a member of the Princeton University Club. He was a partner in the law firm of Mumma, Crane, Costabell .. and Cloutman of 61 Broadway, Manhattan. He was a member of the Cherry Valley Club and- the Nassau County and New York Bar Associations. Mr. Crane served as a lieutenant in the World War and in the Mexican border campaign.

In addition to hlc parents and widow, who was Mrs. Eleanor M o Cammon Pool before their marriage hi 1938, as sister, Mrs. Russel Mars-ton of 1070 Park Ave., Manhattan, survives.

Judge Crane's home here is at 24 den City police administered two i Nassau Boulevard.

Capt. Wombwell Services Are Held Special to the Brooklyn Eagle

Huntington, Jan. 27 Funeral services for Capt. Charles Herbert Wombwell of the 17th Lancers of England in the Boer War and an officer of the South African Horse Guards, were held yesterday after- I son of the late Frederick C. Womb- I 103 E. 75th St., Manhattan.

noon at 2:30 at St, John's Prot-estant Episcopal Church, Main S t , the Rev. Lyman C. Bleecker, rector of St. John's Church, Cold Spring Harbor, officiating. Captain Womb-well died at Mill Cove, the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Chief of Police and Mrs. Arthur W. Gwyrine of Lloyd Harbor Village, Friday.

He was born at Eastbourne, Sus-

rten Eckweiler, Retired Silk Buyer

Spanish War Veteran

Lived In -Jrlmhurst

Funeral services for Warren M. Eckwetler, 62, a retired silk buyer, and a veteran of the Spanish-Amer-ican War, who died Saturday of a heart attack. at the home of his brother, Howard J. Eckweller, 93-03 49th Ave., Elmhurst, will be held at 8:30 o'clock tonight at 40 W. 58th St., Manhattan. J&r. Eckweller served in the 201th

Regiment, during the Spanish-American War and was a member of the. United Spanish War Vete-rans and also of the Masonic order.

He Is survived by his brother, with whom he lived; a son, Warren M. Eckweller Jr., of Capetown, South Africa, and a sister, Mrs. Flora Fitzgerald.

Wallace Urich, 62, Credit Head Or American Thread Company

Wallage ^Warren Urlch of 626 75th St., credit manager ,of the American Thread Company, where he was employed for the last 40 years, died suddenly Saturday at his home. He was stricken with a heart attack after shoveling some snow in the rear of his residence.

Mr. Urlch was born hi Meyers-town, N. Y., 62 years ago and lived in Brooklyn the greater part of his

life. He was an active member of the Credit Men's Association and also was a member of the Bay Ridge Methodist Church.

He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Alice Flamman Urich, and two brothers, Lester and Ned Urich, who live in Meyerstown.

Services will be held in the Fred Herbst Sons Memorial, 7501 5th Ave., at 8:30 pjn. tomorrow. Burial will be private.


well, and his mother was the late Carolina Sophia Jones of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, a member of a widely known banking family. He lived in the family ancestral horne, the Marshall's Manor, in the South of England, and came to this coun-try last April from Maresfield, Sussex, England.

Surviving are his widow, the for-mer Gertrude Knowlton, and one

sex, England, on July 22, 1877, the j brother, Frederick S. Wombwell of

Frank F.Gibhey>x~ Insurance Official

Madison, N. J., Jan. 27 (#>) Frank F. Gibney, 54, former Mayor of this borough and personnel di-rector of. the Prudential insurance Company of America, died today at his home following a year's illness.

A Republican, Gibney was Mayor from 1920 to 1924 and from 1925 to 1927;

Gibney, who was born in New York City, started with the Pru-dential in: 1902. He became as-sistant manager in 1918, a member of the supervisors' department in 1929, secretary to the president in 1931 and personnel director in 1935.

Survivors include his widow, Ada; his mother, a brother and son.

Nicholas F. Phelan, Former Importer

Sister of Borough Man

H e a d s M a r y m o u n t C o l l e g e | Funeral services for Kenneth F. . ' " . ' , ' ^, , , ,,. . i Simpson, Representative from the Nicholas F Phelan of l8o Hull m h o^gfeMtafc , District, Man-

S ., a retired importer and brother | h a U a n > w i u b e h e M a t 2 to. of Mother Gerard, president O f | m o r r o w a t s t . James Protestant

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Marymount College, Tarrytown, N Y., died Saturday after a brief Ill-ness.

Mr. Phelan was born in Ireland and lived In Brooklyn for more than half a century. In addition to his sister he Is survived by his widow, Mary Sutton Phelan; a daughter, Anastasla, and four sons, John, Nicholas J., Patrick and Thomas Phelan.

The funeral will be held from ; the Governor's proclamation.

Mrs. Arthur Culley; Ran L.I. Newspaper Special to the Brooklyn Eagle-

Floral Park, Jan. 27Mrs. Clara E. Ericson Culley of 280 Tulip Ave., founder, with her husband, Arthur L. Culley, of Gateway, a local news-paper, died Saturday at her home after a long illness. .Mrs. Culley was born in Manhat-

tan 51 years ago, the daughter of Edwin and Clara Ericson, and formerly was a linotype operator on the old New York World. She also was a former president of Sigma Tau Xi and a member of the Floral Park Woman's Club. The funeral will be held at 9

Funeral services will be held at j a.m. tomorrow from the home with 8:30 o'clock tonight at Harry Jones' | a solemn mass of requiem at St.

j Funeral Chapel here. i Teresajs R. C. Church.

Episcopal Church, Madison Ave. and 71st St.

Mr. Simpson died suddenly of a heart attack at his home, 109 E. 91st St., Manhattan, late Saturday night. He was 45.

A special election will be called by Governor Lehman to fill the

1 vacancy. The election must be held ; within 30 days from the date of

the Fairchild Chapel. 86 Lefferts Place, at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, with a solemn requiem mass at Our Lady of Lourdes R. C. Church, Broadway and Aberdeen Sts., at 10 a.m. Burial will be at Calvary-Cemetery.

Mrs. Benjamin J. Terry Mrs. Elizabeth V. Terry of~&3

Prospect Place, wife of Benjamin J. Terry, and a lifelong resident of Brooklyn, died Friday after a brief illness.

Agnew, Mary Atkins, Julia Barker, Wlllard Bauman,

Theodore Bishop, Frederick

Kohl, Emma Leonard, Frances Long, Margaret Lorenzo, Daniel T, MacCormack,

William Black, James H. McCann, Alice Bllndenhofer, McKeever,

Helene Breit, John T. Caccia, Sarah A. Calhoun, Nellie Carroll, Edward

Fannie Nauman,

Augusta Newman, Evert .g: Nolan, Harold

Christy, Nellie S.O'Mara, David Clune, James ' Overbagh, Henry Connor,

Catherine C. Connors, Daniel Cranbrook,


Panto, Natale Pearsall, Anna C. Phelan, Nicholas Phillips, Joseph

"Pletragall, Mary Crane, Frederick Rogers, Martha Crist, Edwards. Schwartz, Louis Croft, Minnie Dempsey, John Egln ton, Edith-Fanning, Maud Feyler, Ethel Fuess, Frederick Gass, Anthony C.

Skelly, Julia Smith, Elizabeth Smits, Mary G. .. Steen, Thomas Stetter, Sarah E. Sutphln, Annie E. Terry, Elizabeth

Gnazinski, Frank Urich, Wallace Hayt, Carrie Heenan, Francis Hewitt, ,

Margaret Howard, John Keegan,


Westley, John Wierth, Frederick Wilson, Mary . Wittmann,

Charles J.

AGNEWOn Sunday, January 26, 1941, at 373 6th Avenue, MARY AGNEW, beloved aunt of Kather-lne A. Woods and Margaret Woods Pyne. Funeral Wednesday, 10 a.m. Solemn mass of requiem St. Saviour's R. C. Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.

ATKINSOn January 26, 1941, JULIA ATKINS, in her 87th year. Services at her residence, 587 Lex-ington Avenue, on Tuesday at 8 p.m.

BARKEROn Sunday, January 26, 1941, WILLARD WOOD of 457 6th Street, devoted and beloved brother of Henrietta F. Barker. Service at his residence Wednerday at 3 p.m.

BAUMAN THEODORE, of 186 Hall Street, January 26, 1941, aged 60 years. Services Tuesday, 8 pan., at George Werst Funeral Home, Hart Street, corner Evergreen Ave-nue, Funeral Wednesday, 1:30 p.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Member of General Wayne Council, No. 48, Jr. O. U. A. M.

BISHOPOn Saturday, January 25, 1941, FREDERICK A. BISHOP of the Hotel St. George. Brooklyn, beloved husband of Ida M. Bishop. Services at the Fairchild Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, on Monday at 8 p.m.

BLACKJAMES H., on January 25, 1941, beloved brother of Edward E. and Florence E. Morris, at his home, 172 Prospect Park West. Funeral services Monday, 8 p.m. Funeral Tuesday, 11 am. Inter-ment Green-Wood Cemetery.

BLINDENHOFE", Oi. January 25, 1941. HELENE I.. VOLLGRAFF, widow of Julius Bllndenhofer. Serv-icer at Fred Herbst Sons Funeral Home, 83 Hanson Pla-cc, Tuesday, 2 p.m. Interment Green - Wood Cemeter