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Office : 696 Manhattan avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. GREENPOINT WEEKLY STARJFRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1956 Telephone EVergreen 3-0666 5
O B I T U A R I E S
M 5 Irene Hawkins and Mrs
[ T H O M A S M C O R M A C K Surviving are his wife, Jose- j] *6ttjb7**r^*n*^ a-a.. « « The funeral of Thomas M c P ^ - * n d t h »f . brothers. I
^ ' T i x ^ ^ V ^ d e a f ,a^r^°AmVhciCormack of 67 Driggs avenue ^ r ^ Simscalchi \vas a member | t^T^&.*%SP U S & j i M f c place from the chapel a t ' ^ ^ ^ K ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ b u s | |
87 Herbert street Tuesday. A solemn mass of requiem' __. __ . , ™_
American Citizens Club Inc. §§ The funeral took place Thurs- ! ft
raageraems by William ~ """
Florence, dear father ot p««w and Eva iery unaer me airecnon 01 wu- j - y . . - •'• s£ Marie; dear son waham Lemun sr.; i: T> ** w„ p. c«~ Inue and Leonard street, thencel*"
Friends mmmmmmm . . « „ . _ „ *
Agnes I Baker, also survived b. 13 grandchildren
[Tie funeral took place from his home Mon- day evening at 10 30 A. M. A solemr mass of requiem was offered m St. Ceci-. , - . . lia/s R. C. Church at 11 A. M. and W a s O f f e r e d a t _ _ _ _ _ _ _ buna! foHowed m.CalvaryMC^rnetery. sAr- C e d ] i a s R C C h u r c h a n d b u r i a l
Council and an associate mem- ber of the Brooklyn Slovak-
devoted brother of William Johr beth and Evelyn Lemon.
The funeral took place from the Baverstock & Son Funeral Hon Lorimer i t . , •':. Monday. Marcl solemn mass i rcqaiem was sun Alphonsus' R. C Church a : 9 3* and burial followed In Calvary C
Rabbi Feted • . * * . • • - . . . . • • • . >
By Friends At Dinner
More than 200 members and friends attended the testimonial dinner to Rabbi Melch Augen- stein, spiritual head of the He-
was retired. He is « * V £ Z ^ ^ & £ ™ c o m p l i s h m e n t s . He is known t o . - , ^ - - ^ ^ ^ i b r e w Educational Alliance, 953 • two sons, two d a u g h - i ; o l l o w e a m M o u r u u m e i u e m e | thousands throughout Green-L . , „ ^ _ . U . , . W
A.M. in St.
By MON-james. ofTaTTnalTTC *udd7nly followed in Holv Cross Ceme-jda>'> M a r ? 1 5 ' f r o m . t h e c h a P e l ! P ,, , , . A u n P A N f u ^ ^ S & ^ ^ S ^ F i S tery under the direction of W i l > f J ° h " & Rudy, Norman a v e - 1 | JULIA MORAN
d Neighljo rs t
Greenpoint - Willia mburg Area
who died was a native
North If MANZO—Maria, of on March 14. 19i>6. beloved Gaetano. dear mother of Mrs Blass, Joseph. Mrs. Mildred Gertrude. Mrs. Ruse Tecce.
EU2a. liam P. Murphy & Son. Arthur ^ r - McCormack • 10i^ Friday t_ st lyn, and A. M . , . aetery. V i v e d b y _
ry st.. ters and two sisters, also seven, e r y
. Agnes grandchildren Nunziata. j in. Jean!
to St. Anthony's R. C. Church | Leon V. Malanowski of 97:under former J ^ t i c e John Mac- of Brook" w n e r e a solemn requiem mass!South 2nd street, has many ac-
was offered at 9:30 A.M. Burial Crate.
A vice-presid#t of the Polish
Sparks and Mrs. Helen Fosortle. also sur- vived by 23 grandchildren and 33 great- grandchildren.
The body is repos.ni; at Greenpoint Chapel.
| is under the ji j point and Williamsburg both for! National CatholJ his activities in the community cil, Malanowski
sdiction of the Welfare Coun-
also served on
78 Kingsland morning at 9 requiem will r>< Paola R. C C burial will foll< under the dire Home, 211 Fro
»ieCORMA(rK—T on March 9. James. Eugen Borrtey; dear Cappillo survived
The funera Herbert quiem rr K C. C followed the dlrec
QCACMENI ave. on
The funeral t the chapel ai ©f the AngeU R. C Church lowed In Cad by William I
QVINLAX—Tho on March 1 Daniel F., Be Qumlan.
The body is r< M a n h a t t a n * 1 at 9 A. V f i be offered at of Padua R follow in Ca!< rectson of Jc
SCHIXTZ— Mi-i March 9. 19 Schultz and .
Services were i Heme, 102 Nr P. M. Funrra
unit Saturday mass incis d< M
CIRO SINISCALCHI Ciro Siniscalchi of 122 Nor-
t'man avenue died Sunday after j
M ,. c ! u f IOC r S i o ^ ' and as the executive member of j the Bishop's Committee for dis ^ ^ . ^ ^ ^ ^ . ^ f ^ l t h e Polonia Democratic Club, placed persons f i d e r Monsignoi
street died Friday. March 9 , , ^ ^ L a d i e s A u x i l i a j y o f 1 4 0 , Swanstrom. H e | l s o was chair-after a brief illness. Sh« was Grand street.
ld a i ong7 l ine* f HeTas~Dorn mj b o ™ ™'New York.City 83 y e a r s , - — - —
3 Italy 60 years ago and r e s i d e d ! ^ ' " " f ^ i n Greenpoint t ^ 0 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ p 0 jin Greenpoint for many years., ™L22J£" +,._ ^ ^ _ _A litical campaigns. Many of then
solemn re- >t. Cec lia s
and burial (tery unctr phy & Son.
251 Nassau »ved dau^h- id Qaacken-
DEATH NOTICES SINISCALCHI—Ciro. of 122 Norman ave
on March 11. 1956; beloved husband of a t 8 P . M Josephine: dear brother of J o s e p h . ; _ , » _ ' " ' » # , Thomas and Mario. B l U n c k Of S t
The funeral took place Thursday, M a r c h ! / - . » . . _ u cc- • A J 15. at 9 A. M. from the chapels of j o h n j C h U r C h O l t l C i a t e d . G. Rud>. Norman ave. and Leonard st. L . . - T i r i \ ' a t .> A solemn mass of requiem was offered i n V V d : > p i i v d i L . St Anthony of Padua R. C. Church andi _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ burta! followed in Most Holy Trinity Cemetery.
campaigns. Many of themj during the days of the "Fighting j 15th," and the era of Senator!
, _ , T, 1 M M Daniel Carroll, former Alderman t ber Funeral Home, 102 Norman lT , c?„i«™~.- „,* T^™V, no r 0 -./r _. -i 1 Joseph Sullivan and Joseph Der-avenue, on Sunday, March 11, j
He operated a barber shop oni Surviving are two sisters and Nassau avenue until his illness. t w » ™ P h e w s - . , . • _
Services were held at the Tre-
The Rev. Dr. A. C. John's Lutheran
,. M. anr n.eterv. A
rhomas and K>
MADELINE ULRICH The funeral of Madeline Ul-
rich of 105-20 95th avenue,
imody. Malanowski joined forces with j
Dr. Joshua H. Friedman and Ethel Walsh, Democratic leader and co-leader respectively of the. present 14th Assembly District, in 1931.
MAXY RESIDENTS of the]
SMITH—Harriet I., on March 13. 1956: beloved daughter of the late Harriet and William: dear sister of William and Mrs. Maude Hillebrand. the late Cora M.. ________
T h e ' boday is reus ing ' at the Hillebrand O z o n e P a r k , t o o k p l a c e T u e s d a y ; t i j , r p m p r r i h p r f u e D U S
w v i c e a , o r ! T a - r c „ V " M 8 - 3 0 V V R M ^ ^ ^ a C h a P C l a t 9 2 Norman ^ ^ *~" r ^ m e m D e r l f t e D U * Funeral win take place Friday. March i6.iavenue at 1 P M |ndes to Oak Ridge, N. J., and at 2 P. M. with burial in Cypress Hills' . . ,
cemetery. j Services were held at iLRicii-Madeiine of 105-20 95m ave...John's Lutheran Church at 1:30 rides to Bear Mountain and In<
Ozone Park: on Friday, March 9. 1956: ; _ , _ . , , _ _ . _ ' lovinc mother of John. Leroy. Fred and ( P . M . W i t h t h e R C V . D r . A . C . Madeline; devoted sister o Hartman, Mildred Kuchn aim f . Q W B f u | " » " u v n U I U U H U I ^
StJBayside, Quenes, and the boat
Burial fol- WiSir.a
dian Point from the Metropoli- tan avenue recreation pier, and!
card parties, P o 1 o n i a | and Edward JBlunck officiating
TrRafuneVai took place from chapri at 92howed in Cedar Grove Cemeteryithe card parties, ^ ^ ^ ^ i ^ o o T f e ^ s t " ^ ^ " 1 ^ ' t h e Erection of Chris "Nights" at"the Grand Paradise! f t h fl J Lutheran Church a t 1:30 P. M T r e b e r & S o n I n c . *** " " ^ ' " " " ' ^
Cedar Grove Cemetery. , _ .
Directors. | Mrs. Ulrich was „ ' Monsignor A. g
Burial followed Treber &
JOHN G. RUDY
102 NORMAN AVE. Cor. Leonard SI.
EY. 3-2626 Chapel accommodation*
in your neighborhood
In fond and loving memory of our dearly beloved husband
and father I . EDWARD RICHTER,
who departed this life March 13. 1955. First Anniversary Mass in St. Anthony
o? Padua R. C Church on March 23. 1956. We often sit and think of you. And trunk of the way you died. And that you could not say goodbye. Before you closed your eyes. The blow was hard, the shock severe. We never thought your death so near. And only those who have lost can tell. The pain in parting without farewell.
Loving WIFE. DAUGHTERS. SON and GRANDCHILDREN'
,_ ._ ...»«.- ~» v..v. x~«—,relief program (Ballrooms that made up the so- , _ . , . Im^ __ r . . .
a native of cial functions of yesteryear . . J f o r P o l a n d m • 8 " 3 9 ' o f w h l c h
Manhattan, where she was born j and are still an important part 63 years ago. She lived in (of the club's activities today. Greenpoint for many years be-| During the dark days of the fore moving to Queens several depression, Malanowski a l s o months ago. She died Friday,'served as chairman of the club's
CARD OF THANKS
March 9. Surviving are three son