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    CraJgeri, George McCabe, Mary JCurrlatan.P. McNamara, John -$s3on, May ' Meyer, Mlna Terrante, V. OToole, Agnes Fluhr, W. Pettersen, E. PreenWatt; Lejia Roland, Anne Gorman, Marie Ruckterstitftf, H. •Horan., Michael Hyland, John Kellehtrr, Prank

    •Lane, Maude La wson, Charles Lloyd, Camllle

    Russell, J. R. Samuelson, R. Schruhl,F.W. Sister Rosarlta Skinner, Muriel Straub, Ethel

    Lynch, Catherine Tienken, George

    CRAIGEN — Suddenly, February J8, 1954, GEORGE M., beloved jhusband of the late Ella C ; de- Voted father of Mrs. Frank Henjes of Moravia, N. Y., and Mrs. Henry A. Mehldau Jr.; grandfather of Frank and Christine Henjes, Bar- bara and Craig Mehldau; brother of Annie Cralgen and'Mrs. Mor- row Applegate. Services at Fred Herbst Sons Memorial, 7501 5th Avenue, Sunday, 3:45 pm. Mem- i>ers of Greenwood Lodge, No. ' C ' 0 5 5 Cemetery ^ i f e of Anthony and devoted






    mother of Audrey and Arlene; also Burvtved by five w a t e r s , one

    . brother. Services at Fred Herbst •Son* Memorial, 7501 5th Avenue, Monday, 8 p m . Sunset Chapter, >fo. 815, O. E. S., service 8:30 pm. Funeral Tuesday, 10 a m . Inter- ment the Evergreens.

    " FERRANTE — VINCENZO, de- toted father of Charles, DominJck, Thomas, Mrs. Mary Sellare, Mrs. Margaret Cartcato, Mrs. Rose Poppo and Mrs. Mildred Ligouri. Reposing at Chapel, 345 Avenue TJ, until Tuesday, 10 a.m.; Solemn Re- quiem Mass St. Joachim's Church, Roosevelt Street, New York City, 11 a.m.

    - FLTJHR—On February 18, 1954, WILHELMINA (nee Walheim), be- Jpved wife of tiie late William; devoted mother of Mrs. Emma Newberg, Mrs. Lillian Curnyn, Philip and William Fluhr; dear *lster of Charles Wallum. Repos- ing William A. Martin Funeral Home,v Classon Avenue corner Sterling Place. Funeral Tuesday, 6:15 a.m.; Requiem Mass St. Teresa's R. C. Church, 9:45 a.m.

    •' GORMAN—MARIE, on February 18. 1954, of 469 64th Street, loving mother of John end Mark; dear sister of Anna Hayes, Alice Cleary and Joseph O'Neil. Reposing Oates Funeral Home, 6312 5th Avenue; Solemn Requiem Mass Our Lady of Perpetual Help R. C. Church Tuesday, 10 a.m. . Interment • Holy Cross Cemetery.

    -- GREENBLATT —LENA, beloVed wife of Isaac; devoted mother of Evelyn, Milton and Arthur; dear sister and darling grandmother. Services were held February 19, i954.

    HORAN—On February 19, 1954, MICHAEL J„ of 617 46th Street, beloved husband of ' Winifred Horan; devoted father of John M. Horan, N. Y. P. D., Traffic I. Fu- neral from Schaefer's Funeral Par- lors, 4th Avenue and 42d Street, Tuesday, February 23, 9:30 a.m.; Solemn Requiem Mass St. Agatha's R. C. Church. Interment St. John's Cemetery.

    HYLANT>-On February 19, 1954, JOHN J„ retired sergeant N. Y. P. D., of 731 54th Street, beloved husband of Harriett Hyland; de- voted father of Elizabeth and John J. Hyland; brother of Mrs. Mary Farrell; also survived by granddaughter, Elizabeth. Funeral from Schaefer's Funeral Parlors, 4th Avenue and 43d Street, Tues- day, February 23, 9:30 am.; Sol- emn Requiem Mass St. Michael's R. C. Church. Interment Holy Crow Cemetery.

    MEYER—MINA (nee Kopf), on February 18, 1954, o* 34-32 84th: Street, Jackson Heights, L. I., be-- loved wife of William; . devoted: mother of Irene Neugebauer, Bar-] bara Williams and Eleanor Dar-i lington; also survived by two: brothers, one sister and five grandchildren. Services Monday evening, 8 o'clock, at Skelton's! Chapel, Broadway near Queens Boulevard, Elmhurst, F u n e r a l Tuesday, 10 a.m. Interment Lu- theran Cemetery.

    OTOOLE—AGNES, loving sister of Ethel and Mary OToole, Louise Cole and.devoted aunt of John Philpot and Bernlce Zwanzig. Fu- neral from Walter B. Cooke, Inc., Funeral Home, 1 W. 190th Street, Bronx, Tuesday, 9 a.m.; Requiem Mass Holy Spirit Church, 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Raymond's.

    PETTERSEN — EDMUND, on February 18. Survived by his wife, Anna; one daughter, Mrs! Jeanne McEvdy; one sister, Mrs. Slgne Beck; one brother, Carl; one granddaughter, Doreen. Reposing a t Walter P. Murray Funeral Home, 222-01 M e r r i c k Road, Springfield Gardens. Masonic serv- ices by Springfield Gardens Lodge,

    No. 1057, F. & A. M., on Monday evening at 8:30 o'clock. Funeral Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. In- terment Pinelawn, Cemetery'.

    ROLAND—ANNE G. (nee Roo- ney), of 152 Senator Street, on February 19, 1954, beloved wife of Fred L.; devoted mother of Helen G. and Frederick J. Roland. Re- posing at Clavin Funeral Home, 7722 4th Avenue. Notice of funeral later.

    ROSARITA — Sister, O.P., oh Thursday, February 18, 1954. She is survived by one sister and one niece. Reposing Holy Family Con- vent, 222 13th Street. Funeral Monday; Solemn Requiem Mass Holy Family Church, 10 a.m. In- terment Amityville.

    RUCKTERSTUHL — H E L E N , February 18, 1954, of 266 Troy Ave- nue, wife of the late Emile and mother of Robert; daughter of Metta and Fred Henneking; sis- ter of Mrs. Edna Spiessl. Service at the Fairchild Chapel, 951 At- lantic Avenue, Monday. 8 pm.


    KINGS HIGHWAY Klngi High\/ay and E. 37th St.

    9:45 A.M.—Sandiv School 11:00 A.M Worship Service DR. LLSTER WARD AW AS

    Guest Preacher 'THE GOODNESS OF GOD"

    1:00 P.M.—Vonth Meellna-» DONALD MARK RTJNVON

    Minister Dorothv Wolverton H i m u

    Assistant Minister

    UNION CHURCH New York A T . bet- Dean & Ber ien SU.

    (formerly .New York Are. Church) Rer. Arthur A. Bouton, D.D., Minister


    Sermon. "TIIE GREATEST REQUEST" "SIR, WE WOULD SEE JESUS" Ererj'bodjr Invited and Welcome.

    ST..MARk'iS~GHURG!r Ocean Avenue at Beverly Road

    Dr. WILLIAM BRUCE REED preaehint 10 A.M.-13 Noon—Sunday School

    I I A.M.—Children'5 Service A Sermon "YOU GET WHAT YOU WANT-


    G R A C E 33 Seventh Ave., cor. St. John's Place

    ROBERT C. CARLSON, Minister 11 A.M.

    "What Have Yon Accomplished!"

    J A M r e COR. REID AVENUE " , , t a & MONROE GRANT S. SHOCKXEY. Minister

    9:30 A.M.— Church 8choo! 11 A.M.


    HANSON PLACE CENTRA! 0pp. L.I.R.'R. Statlort AH Subways ntar door OR. JOHN EMERSON ZEITER, Mlnlitor

    Rov. Paul F. Abtl. Anrcijtt Minister Rev. "Tod" Runyoo. Youth Minister

    9:30 Sunday School 10:55—DR. ZEITER:


    (Parish Memorial Sunday) 6:30—Younr Adults:

    Eurene C. Tollelt, of the . N. Y. C. Fire Pept.

    6:30—Methodist Youth Fellowship 7:45—Ortan Recital—David H. Smith 8:00—MR. RUNYON

    (Minister to Youth)— "YOU ARE FREE!"


    - KELLF.HEK — On Fehniary 19, 4W4, FRANK, beloved husband of

    •. ,Dt l i» (ne* Mulhero); devoted fa- I th«x of Mrs, Margaret Anthony,

    9 Mrs. Florenc* Calabres*:, Evelyn, / ; T r a n i and Thomas Kelleh«r; dear

    ^•fcrother of Patrick and Michael, * l so of Peter Kellcher In Ireland.

    I frvposlng William A. Martin Fu- . iieral JIom«, Classon Avenue cor-

    ner Sterling Place. Funeral Tues- day, 10 am. ; Requiem Mas* St

    tf Teresa's R. C. Church, 10:30 a.m interment St. John's Cemetery.

    , LANK—MAUDE A. (nee McKin- ley) , on February 18, 1954, beloved

    v;Vlfo of Harry; also survived by * four daughters end eight sons. Re-

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    BIBLE INFORMATION, 358 Clatson Avenue, Brooklyn 38, N. Y. Plcojo sond mo absolutely fret a Prophecy Edition of The New Tesrarinrnt (Cheek One) D Yiddish English •




    §t. John's Olliurrh ST. JOHN'S PLACE «««• TtN AVE.

    The Rev. Howard G. Clark, Rector 8 A.M.—Holy Communion

    9:30 A.M.—Family Eucharist 11 A.M—Holy Communion Si Sermon

    CHURCH SCHOOL— 9:30 A.M. Aiea 9 Tears and Older

    11 A.M.—3 to 8 Tears S T ^ M j l T T m V S D A T



    Ocean Ave. and Earratut Road The Rev. Charles F. Nutent, Rector

    8 A-M.—Holy Communion 9:45 A.M.—Church School

    11 A.M.—Mornlnr Prayer & Sermon

    CHURCH ATONEMENT OF TI IE ?so i;th st.

    REV. ROBERT B. KIMBER. Rector 9:30 A.M.—Morning Prayer &

    Churcli S:iiool- It A.M.—Holy Communion a

    NoMrs-nd Av*. «»d Dean Street

    } Take I.R.T. or END. 9obway,

    Berten Bt. Bu*

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    L I R R , to Nottrand Ave.


    10:30 A.M. -oosrrx GLIMPSES IN OENEM*—

    2. 'Th*_ Two JW»f»I'" 7:4.1 P.M.—"CHRIST-MADE MEN—

    9. "Simon Zelotes" "



    I!:M A.M.—BLBt>fl 9CHOOL—vujssm:

    FOR AtL AOE8 I

    WK>jn»DAY NIOHTS: t.45-9.00

    FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Henry »tre/t mark Street I. R. T.)

    !»:45 A.M.—Sunday School A Blele School1 Rev. Dr. PHIUirS PACKER ELLIOTT