Document 53217

HERALD STATESMAN, YONKERS, N.Y., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1 9 «
More Rain Ahead
Yonkers And Area Obituaries
The area's thirsty reservoirs
should get more water tonight
and tomorrow.
The heaviest rainfall of the
ley, e x e c u t i v e secretary to Hornyak, both of Cleveland,
David L, Crumpton
Margaret W. Wallace School
season
drenched Yonkers yesOhio:
seven
b
r
o
t
h
e
r
,
Edward,
Supt Stanley S. Wynsteiday with two and four-tenths
Emery and Michael of Clevetra:
Mrs.
William
D.
'Ruth)
David
Leon
Crumpton,
38,
of
Miss Margaret W. Wallace of
inches. According to New York
Minihan of Riverdale, Mrs. Wal- land, Joseph of Windber, and 6 Washington St.. Tuckahoe, was
605 \Y. 156 St.. New York City,
City record keepers, that's the
do J. (Gertrudei C l a r k e of John and Steve of Hastings-on- pronounced dead on arrival at
died Friday at the Clenwood
heaviest downpour in more than
Franklin, N.J.. and Knglcwood, Hudson, and seven grandchil- Lawrence Hospital yesterday
The humidity was 60 per cent
N u l l i n g Home. She was the aunt Fla.. and Mrs. Clarence "«V. dren.
two vears.
after
an
automobile
accident
at
and the barometer was 29.85 and
of Henry \Y. Fischer o! Hastings. i Edna) Speight of Tarry town,
The Grassy Sprain Reservoir
White Plains Road and Maple
rising.
Miss Wallace was born in New- and 11 grandchildren and seven
here lose more than a foot.
Street in Eastchester.
The forecast for New York
castle - on • Tyno, England, in grea' grandchildren.
A combination of the driving State calls for variable cloudiBorn in Durham, N.C., March
Mrs.
John
Bersdolt
3878 and came to the United
rains and melting snows added
21. 1927, Mr. Crumpton was the
Another d a u g h t e r , Mrs.
A 12-year-old girl, who told moved a pane of glass from an nearlv a billion gallons to the ness and scattered snow flurries
States with her patents as a Charles H. t Evelyn'' Fitzpatrick
son
of
Hallie
Crumpton
of
ElMrs. Frances K. Bergdolt, 61,
todav and tomorrow.
police she "wanted to do some- inside door.
child.
New York City water supply up
wife of John Hans Bergdolt, real mira, and the late Leon Crump- | thing bad," was arrested yesof Tanytown, died last May.
IN THE NATION
state.
A long • time resident of New
estate broker and investor in ton. He attended the A.M.E.
A
tornado-spawning
wind and
teiday afternoon on charges of
Decision Delayed
Yonkers gets 60 per cent of rain storm that raked portions
York Ci:> she was employed
Yonkers and a fonner president Zion Church in Tuckahoe.
juvenile delinquency and second
its water from New York City. of the South for hours moved
as a secretary by the YMCA.
Charles Loos Inc.. died SaturBesides
his mother,
Mr.
Two women accused of conAndrew J. tahurak of
New York City Water Com- out to sea today.
Miss Wallace is also survived
dav in St. John's Riverside Hos- Crumpton is survived by his degree arson.
Police said the girl, who lives | ning a 75-year-old woman out of missioner Herman Foster tourb\ a sister. Harriet B. Wallace
pital. She lived at 190 High St., wife, the former Lula Tate,
Tornadoes in North Carolina,
Andrew J. Za'nurak. 61, of 56
$12,000 are awaiting a verdict in ed the Croton watershed yesterof Orangeburg, N.Y.
Hastings-on-Hudson.
whom he married March 19, at the Leake and Watts Home, j Special Sessions Court here.
Virginia and Georgia yesterday
Ettville Ave. . died yesterday at
463 Hawthorne Ave., started a i
dav and said that the rains are caused heavy damage to private
A Hastings resident for 15 1950, in White Plains; four chilhis home.
small fire in the home's storage
a step in the right direction but property. At least one death was
Judge
Gilbert
M.
Landy
redren.
David
Jr.,
14,
a
student
years, Mrs. Bergdolt was born
served his decision as to wheth. that the crisis is not over.
Mr Zahurak was employed by in C.eisa. Germany, March 16, at Tuckahoe High School, Gay- room.
reported.
! M rs. IT . //. Con sie
Official measurements of the
the Chevrolet Division of (ion- 1904, to. the late Adelbert and nell, 11, and Gary, 8, students
William Cheshire, a" Watts of- er Maty Nell Russell, 21, of 112
Mrs. W Ha!! Cougle of 4 Alder eial Motors in Tarrytown. where Mar^aratha Kiel. She came to at William E. Cottle School, and ficial, put the blaze out with a , W. 80th St., Manhattan, and water level put the supply at
Pamela, 3.
j hand extinguisher and called the ; Alice Eddy, 30, of Nashville, 199.1 billion gallons, 41.8 per
S died Saturday at her home. he had worked since 1931.
this country 43 years ago.
Tenn., will have to face the cent of capacity. Normal water
A
communicant
of
Most
Holy
He is also survived by a broth- i Fire Department.
She was 84.
Mr. and Mrs. Bergdolt were
M:s. Cougle was the widow of Trinity Catholic Church. Mr. Za- married in 1934 in St. Patrick's er, Paul of 136 Brookfield St., j The girl told Mr. Cheshire she j charges before the Grand Jury. storage for this time of year is
360 • billion gallons, 75.5 per
F 'ice Lt. Cougle, who retired hurak had lived in Yonkers for 17 Cathedral in New York City.
White Plains, and four sisters, started the fire "by accident."
Under direct questioning by
cent.
years. He was born in Windber,
in 1 9 ^ and died in 1956.
Mrs. Hobert (Mary) Terry of
Mrs. Bergdolt was a commu- Mount Vernon, Mrs. William But other children at the home Corporation Counsel Louis EckThe low temperatures tonight
Pa..
Oct
29,
1904.
to
the
late
JoThe former Gertrude Schurck.
; said she had told them she was er, Mrs. Amelia Geriak of 17
nicant of St. Matthew's Catholic (Dorothy*
will
be in the 30s, the highs
seph
and
Catherine
Zahurak.
Wynn
of
White
Phe was born in Hastings-onChurch in Hastings and was Plains, and Mrs. Robert (Jose- going to start a fire deliberately. Seymour St., explained how the ! tomorrow around 40.
pair allegedly took her life's
Hudson. Dec. 9. 1881. to the late
He is survived by his wife, the a member of the Liederkranz
The girl was taken to the Juv- savings.
The highest and lowest temphine* Hall and Mrs. J . (Joan)
Francis and Margaret Burton former Susan Schuster, whom Damen
Verein. the
Isabella
enile Aid Division.
Frw Piclmp A Dtihrtr}
peratures ever recorded in New
Schurck. She moved to Yonkers he married in 1925 in Windber; Home and the Ladies of Charity, Taylor, both of Elmira.
York
City
for
today
and
the
with hci family when she was three sons, Andrew Jr. of Shrub Hastings Chapter.
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Lawyer Sought
next two days are:
Samaritan Pays
12 and attended schools here. Oak, N.Y. Michael of Fishkill,
HiRh
Low
She is survived by a daughter,
Lt. and Mrs. C o u g l e were and William of Poughkeepsie;
A 22-year-old man is to appear
Todav
63
2
Yonkeis detectives are search- in Special Sessions Court here
married in New York City in three sisters. Mrs. Steven (Cath- Mrs. Brian T. tCarola) Regan of
40$ South BrMJia;
Tuesday
73
-8
the
home
address;
three
sisters,
ing
for
a
thief
who
stole
$900
in
190.1
erine > Richvalsky of Windber,
OPM Fri EM'S.
Wednesday to answer a charge
Wednesday
71
1
cash and $200 worth of checks of possession of barbiturates.
Surviving are four daughters. and Mrs. Louis iMary) Myers Mrs. Albert iRosa) Hofmann of!
from the Central Bowling Lanes
IN YONKERS
Mrs. Patrick J. (Lucvi Brad- and Mrs. Steven (Elizabeth) Coutchaug, N.Y.. Mrs. Albert |
Paul Tobin of 20 Lewis Ave.,
i Clara i Dierberger of Farming- j
on Central Park Avenue early
Tides today are high at 4:52
was arraigned on the charge in a.m. and 5:22 p.m. and low at
dale, L.I.. and Mrs. Albert (Vicyesterday.
toria) Schuehert in Germany; a
Frank Panzer, assistant man- court here Friday.
11:28 a.m. and 11:34 p.m.; tobrother. Magnus Kiel of New j
ager, told police the money and
As he stood before the bench morrow, high at 5:52 a.m. and
YONKERS FIRES
York City, and a granddaughter
checks were stolen from an un- dressed in fatigues and white 6:28 p.m. and low at 12:22 p.m.;
B A R K E R . P i o - f n c r D . Of 17 F i f t h A v e n - i T A B E R , Helen N i c h o l s o n . B e l o v e d w i f e of Jennifer Carolyn.
locked
safe in his office between sneakers, Tobin asked Judge j and on Wednesday, high at 6:52
Saturday
M e l v i l l e ond m o t h e r of M e l v i l l e . R o n a l d
u . P p l h o m . N Y on F c b r u o r y 11, 1964.
ond M a r y Figiel Tober. Funeral f r o m
5 s ' e - of M r s H e l e n B i_osher o n d ounf
O L D NEWSPAPERS
3:50
and
4:15 a.m.
Landy to assign an attorney to l a.m. and 7:22 p.m. and low at
4:47 a.m., 1 Lawrence St., Inthe W i l l i a m H. Healy and Son F u n e r a l
of Wrs J o c q u e i m e F i s k e . S e r v i c e o ' HoIN 1000-LB. LOTS
his
case.
12:28
a.m.
and
1:10
p.m.
Home.
271
Worburton
Avenue,
on
vey's
Funerol
Ho~ie
i n c . . 107 N o r t h
He
said
he
left
the
office
to
vestigation.
W e d n e s d a y ot 9:30 a . m M o s s of ReB r o o d w o v . Ncnke-5. f.'ondoy
February
Sunrise
and
sunset
are
at
6:50
Marcus
Edmiston
OLD RAGS 1VV LB.
q u i e m at t h e . C h u r c h of O u r L a d y of the
14 c* 2 p rn i n T e ' m e n : W o o d i o w n CemThe judge granted the request
11:45 a.m., 253 N. Broadway, assist a woman who had fainted
R o s a r y ot 10 o c l o c k . I n t e r m e n t St. Joetery.
12-U!
on the approach to one of the and remanded him to the city a.m. and 5:31 p.m. tomorrow.
!
seph's C e m e t e r y . V i s i t i n g h o u r s 1-4 o n d
assistance.
Marcus Morton Edmiston, faIN THE STATE
lanes. The theft took place while
7-10 p . m .
(2-15)
B E L L U Z Z I . A l d o L. Sr. on F e b r u a r y 12,
12:45 p.m., 51 Warburton Ave., he and the police emergency jail without bail until Wednes1%6. B e l o v e d h u s b a n d of U r s u l a . D e v o t ther of M. Morton Edmiston Jr.,
It
was
42 degrees at 8 a.m.
day. If Tobin is released on bail,
Carmine. Vincent
W H A L E N — H a n n a h Z. On F e b r u a r y 11,
ed f a t h e r of A ; r o Jr
and former couneil- pan of meat.
in
Central
P a r k this morning.
1966. Of T c r r y t o w n . S u r v i v e d by s o n . attorney
Boycrlown,
ond
Robe--.
Reposin j ct
unit were helping the woman.
he loses his right to request drug
J u d g e John B. of N o r t h
Tarrytown;
Avenue.
East
3S S t r e e
end Webster
12:47 p.m., Clarendon Avenue
| man of Yonkers died Friday in
d
a
u
g
h
t
e
r
,
A
n
n
a
of
T
a
r
r
y
t
o
w
n
;
ten
addiction
treatment.
187 RIVERDALE A V L
9
a
.
m
.
D
i
r
e
c
t
o
r
Bronx, unti V.ednrsdoy
:
Mr. Panzer said he had locked
qrcr.dchildren
end
two
areot - grandthe Yonkers Professional Hospi- and Agar St., assistance.
J o s e p h B o : ' . ( 2-151
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children
Reposing,
Dwver
Funeral
2:54 p.m.. Reed Avenue and his office before going to the
tal. He was 80 and had lived at
H o m e , 90 N o r t h B - o o d w a v . T a r r y t o w n
B E R G D O L T — F r a n c e s K. (nee K i e l ) . O n
High
Requiem
Mess,
St.
Teresa's
woman's aid.
Thompson Street false alarm.
Landlord Fined
F e b r u o r v 12. T 6 6 . D e v o t e d wife of J o h n
St.
C h u r c h , N o r t h T a r r y t o w n on T u e s d o y TO L'ndercliff
Hans
Beradoir
Devoted
mother
of
ot 10:00 A . M . I n t e r m e n t , f a m i l y p l o t .
5:28 p.m., 345 Bronx River
j
A
Yonkers
resident
for
60
Carcta
Recan
Loving qrrandmdther
Police said the thief got into
2-14
A woman who represented
of J e n n i f e r R e a a n a n d Sister of Rosa
years, Mr. Edmiston was born Road rubbish.
the office through a trap door in
H o f m c n n . C l a - o D i e r b e r a e r and M o o
herself
at her own trial in SpeW I L D — M o r t i n . Of 5 K e t t e l l A v e n u e , Y o n PJS
K i e l . R c p o s i n q c ' her
'esidence,
6:10
p.m.,
Kimball
Avenue
and
in Brooklyn, N.Y., Oct. 1, 1885,
the "false ceiling."
Hr. Service
k e r s . N.Y. On F e b r u a r y 10th, 1966. Be190
Hich
S'reet.
Has'inos-on-Hudson,
cial Sessions Court here was
loved
husband
of
the
late
Helene
N . Y . S o l e m n R e q u i e m M o s s . St. M a t to the late James and Mary Palmer Road, automobile.
Buttons A B a d g a i
S c h u c k e r W i l d . F a t h e r of M r s . Rur'm
t h e w ' s R C. C h u r c h . H c s ' i n q s . T u e s d a v ,
found guilty of two violations of I
8:05 p.m., Sullivan's Oval, au( R u t h ) WaHher S e r v i c e ot H a v e y ' s Fu- Ramsey Edmiston. Until his re10 30 A M . I n ' e r m e n t . Gate of H e a v e n
Desk
Signs
the
City
Housing
Code
and
fined
An
Eye
For
Time
n e r a l H o m e . Inc.. 107 K'or'h B r o a d w a y ,
Cemetf*rv
In lieu of f l o w e r s , d o n a t i o n s
tomobile.
tirement in 1952. he was foreY o n k e r s . cri M o n d a y , F e b r u a r y n t h at
N a m * Plotcj
1o ' h e
Children s
Villoae
of
Dobhs
$25
on
each
charge
by
Judge
F e r r y lr> c a r ? of F a f h e ' B e n e d i c t w i l l
8:00 P . M . I n t e r m e n t , p r i v a t e . V i s i t i n g man of the power house of the
9:13 p.m., Dead end of Ellisa
Numberers
Jewelry valued at $230 is re- John E. Tobin.
be c p p - e c i a ' e d
h o u r s 1-4 a n d 7-10 P . M .
214
Lane, investigation.
New York City Rapid Transit.
D a v i d J . H o d d e r a n d Son D i r e c t o r s
Printing
ported
missing
from
the
home
SEWER
PIPES
ft
DRAINS
2 14
9:54 p.m., In front of 2 PilZ A H U R A K — Andrew J
Of 56 E l t v i l l e
Mrs.
Anna
Donovan
of
540
Stsncils
)
Mr.
Edmiston
was
a
member
of Albert Dreyer, 818 North
A v e n u e . On S u n d a y . F e b ' u o r v 13, 1966.
grim Ave.. Assistance.
CLEANED ELECTRICALLY
B R A U M . M a r i e , on F e b r u a r y
12. 1966.
Warburton Ave. was convicted
Beloved
husband
of
Suzon
Somirh
of
Van
Coitlandt
Lodge
10.34.
Broadway.
N o t a r y Seals
Datori
Inks
Tod
W i f e of H a n s B ' c u n
Mill-own
Rood.
Zchurok.
D e v o t e d f o ' h e r . of
Andrew,
10:49 p.m., opposite 95 Highof failure to provide proper cookB r o w s e r F u n e r c i s e v i c e s T u e s d a y 1:30
F & AM and the Park Hill
M i c h a e l ond W i l i o m Z o h u r o k .
Funeral
Mr. Dreyer told police four ing equpment and kitchen sinks
p m . ot B e e c h e r F u n e o l H o m e . 1 Putland
Ave.,
assistance.
f r o m the M e m o r i a l H o m e , 108 Y o n k e r s
n a m T e r r a c e . B r e w s t e r , N Y. i n ' e r m e n t
A v e n u e on W ^ d n ^ s d o / at 9-30
A M . Church of The Redeemer.
11:50 p.m., 78 Ash St. rubbish. watches and a wedding ring with hot and cold water in sev- PLUMBING & HEATING, Inc.
Ferncl'f
Cremator*.
Hartsdoie.
N Y.
Hnh
M o s s of
Reauiem. Most
Holy
Mrs. Edmiston. the former
F r i e n d s m a y c a l l ot the F u n e r a l H o m e ,
T r i n i t y C h u r c h . T r i n i t y S t r e e t ot l r v o n j
were taken sometime Saturday eral apartments she owns at 217
more
A M . I n t e r m e n t . St. J o s e p h ' s C e m e t e r y .
today
3-5 a n d
7-9 a . m .
i Lyman
A.
Anna Doohan, died in 1965.
141 McLEAN AVENUE
nigtit or Sunday morning.
36 PROSPECT ST. YONKHtS
The family w i l l receive friends
from
B e e c h e r , Inc )
(2-14)
Warburton Ave.
2:00 to 5:00 o n d 7:00 to 10:00 P . M .
Sunday
I Besides his son. Mr. Edmiston
Sales
&
Service
YO 9-8519
Police
said
the
apartment
was
2
1
5
C O U G L E . G e r t r u d e , o ' i Alder
Street,
Environmental Health Techis survived by four grandchilY o n k e r s , N Y . on F e b r u a r y 12. 1966.
12:41 p.m., 675 Yonkers Ave. entered through a kitchen door. nician Steven Timinaro found
B e l o v e d w i f e of the I c t e v . . H o n Couqle.
dren. Mark. Patricia, Kathleen assistance.
In M e m o r i a m
M o t h e r of M.rs
Waldo J. ' Gertrude)
the violations during a general
C l a r k e . M.rs. P a t r i c k J . ( L u c v ) B r o d l c y ,
and J a m e s .
4:30 p.m., 117 McLean Ave.
Parolee Held
M- S. W i l l i a m D ( R u ' h ) M i n i h o n . M r s .
inspection last Sept. 9.
C l a r e n c e l E d n a l Speight a n d the l a t e
assistance.
BROOKS—Rosemary and
LOOK BETTER
Mrs.
Charles H. (Evelvn)
Fi'zoolnrV.
FOLEY—Eleanor.
David Light Jr., 24, of 87 Lo- J
5:23 p.m., 48 Fort Hill Ave.
R e s t i n g at H a v e v ' s F u n e r o l H o m e i n c . ,
"Happy birthday in H e a v e n . "
WITH A
T h i s w a s o b l q day In o u r l i v e *
107 N o r t h B r o a d w a y , Y o n k e r s . M a s s of
! cust Hill Ave., was arrested earHannah Z. Whalen assistance.
We c a n ' t b e l i e v e or r e a l i z e
R e q u i e m ot C h u r c h of I m m a c u l a t e Coni
ly
yesterday
for
attempting
to
W e miss you m o r e a n d m o r e eoch day
c e p t i o n ( S t . M a r y s ) . South B r o a d w a y ,
HAIRPIECE
5:35 p.m
463 Hawthorne
As in the hour you passed a w a y .
T u c s d o y , F e b r u a r y 15. 9:30 a . m
Interrob a Palisade Avenue clothing
Hannah Z. Whalen. 87, for- Ave., burning papers.
Y o u w e r e apostles o n e a r f h
m e n t f a m i l y p l o t . V i s i t i n g h o u r s 1-4 a n d
T o d a v you a r e o n q e l s in H e a v e n .
710 p.m.
(2-15)
merly of Yonkers, died Friday
5:42 p.m., 47 Hudson St., oil store.
In God w e t r u s t
He is our s o l v a t i o n .
night
in
Phelps
Memorial
Hosburner.
DRIESSNACK.
Richord,
of
93
Lewis
A patrolman said he saw
A l w o y s in our h e a r t s .
S t r e e t , Y o n k e r s , N . Y . , on F e b r u a r y 10,
pital, North Tarrytown.
N e v e r to be f o r a o t t e n .
7:44 p.m., 279 N. Broadway, Light acting suspiciously and
1956. B e l o v e d h u s b a n d of M e ' o
DohrM o t h e r , b ' o t h e r , sister o r V
ronn
Driessnock
F o ' h e r of
C n r o l y n , 2 14
The Foley f a m i l y
notified a patrol car.
Born in Germany to the late pan of meat.
Richord.
Hons and
Carl
Driessnock.
DOBBS F E R R Y — Speedy
Service at H a v e v ' s Funerol Home Inc.,
George
and
Johanna
Wetzel
8:37 p.m., opposite 37 Maple
The police saw him enter the response by three companies of
CHIARO—Francesco.
107 N o r t h B r o o r t w a v . Y o n k e r s . on SunH a p p y b i r t h d a y in H e a v e n "
d a y , F c b u a r v 13. Ot 8 D.m
Interment
Bauer, she was married to the St., pole fire.
doorway of the Wonder Built the Fire Department limited a
M o s s wos o f f e r e d 7:30 A . M . this m o r n
A / o n d a v 11 a . m . , at F e r n - l i f t C e m e t e r y .
late John J. Whalen.
ina M o n d a y , F e b r u a r y 14. ot St. A n
V ' S i t i n a h o u r s 1 t o 4 o n d 7 to 10 p . m .
8:51 p.m., 684 Saw Mill River Clothes Shop and then they fire in the Jordan J. Berk apartthony's Church, Willow Street.
(2-U)
j Mrs. Whalen had been em- Road, oil burner.
Gone but not f o r o o t t c n .
heard the sound of breaking ment at 15 Manor House Drive,
A l w a y s m our h e a r t s
C ' J R N I A K . J u l i a , on S o t u ' d a y , F e b r u o r y
10:15 p.m., 212 Elm St., faLse glass.
ployed by the Westchester LightC
h
i
l
d
r
e
n
,
a
r
a
n
o
c
h
i
l
d
r
e
n
o
n
d
to "small d a m a g e . "
12. 196A. of 125 Y o n k e r s A v e n u e . B e l o v e d
2 14
a.-eot-grandchildren
ing Co. For the last few years, alarm.
v . i f e of D a n i e l D u n i o k D e v o t e d m o ' h e r
Light
was
arrested
and
taken
An unidentified telephone opero f J o h n e n d Stephen D u r n a k . E v e n l n q
she had been living in TarryF O R N A B A I O - Dominick.
to the First Precinct. Question- ator communicated the alarm at
services 8 p m
M o n d o v a ' the C o m m u EASTCHESTER FIRES
' H o p p y b i r t h d a y in H e a v e n . "
i town Hall.
n i t y F u n e r a l H o m e . 107 Y o n k e r s A v c n ing there revealed he was on 8:15 Saturday night after reA l w o y S in m y h e a r t .
ue. D i v i n e L i t u r q y 10 a m . T u e s d o y , i n
2 14
Wife, Antoinette
H o l y T r i n i t y Russion Orthodox Church.
Saturday
parole after serving five years ceiving "a call from the Berks'
Mrs. Whalen is survived by a
Interment
Oakland Cemetery.
Visiting
P A G A R E L L I —Rose.
Sixth Anniversary.
son. Judge John B. Whalen of
13 - year - old daughter, Maria,
h o u r s 1-4 a n d 7-10 p . m .
(2-14)
4:51 p.m., 211 Main St., burn- in prison for forgery.
Dear M o t h e r :
.
North
Tarrytown:
a
daughter,
who
had come home to find the
Light
will
be
arraigned
in
O
n
l
y
those
w
h
o
h
o
v
e
lost
c
o
n
t
e
l
l
.
ing
pot
of
food.
EDMISTON
— M a r c u s . M o r t o n . Of 70
T h e p o i n of p a r t i n g w i t h o u t f a r e w e l l .
U n d e r c l i f f S t r e e t . On F e b r u o r v 11, 1956.
J Anna Whalen of Tarrytown Hall,
apartment filled with smoke."
court
here
today.
L
i
f
e
goes
o
n
,
w
e
k
n
o
w
t
h
a
t
s
t
r
u
e
.
Husband
of
the
late
Anno
Doohon
Sunday
and 10 grandchildren and two
B u t not the same s m r e losina y o u .
Edmis'on.
Father
of M . M o r t o n
EdChief Palermo said than an
2-14
Children ond G r o n d c h i l d r e n .
m i s t o n Jr. F u n c o l services w e r e held
They're comfortable, secure, natural.,
great • grandchildren.
o t t h e P h i l l i p s F u n e r a l H o m e . 50 L u d "unattended" electric broiler be3:07
a.m.,
White
Plains
Road
A
Heavy
Load
l o w Stree* on M o n d n / . F e b r u a r y
]4,
RAFFERTY—Annie.
came over heated and set fire
and Maple Street, emergency
1956. I n t e r m e n t , W o o d i o w n C e m e t e r y .
C o m e In — Try One On —
R e s t i n g in peoce o n d not f o r g o t t e n .
2 14
2 14
joe.
assistance extricating passengSomeone stole $7.50 worth of to the plastic case of a radio.
C R A H A M , M a r t h a , of 145 N o r t h B r o o d PRIVATE
FITTINGS
Mrs. Daniel
Dumiak ers from car which hit utility pennies from the apartment of
R U B E O , Paul
February
w
w a y , Y o n k e r s . N Y , en F e b r u a r y 10.
H o p p y B i r t h d o y in H e a v e n .
pole.
William Hayes at 7 Yonkers
1956. Cousin of H e r m a n J E r n e r s a n d
F c e v e r in o r
heorts
Mrs.
William
!Margare"ai
Mcdonald.
Mrs. Julia Durniak. 59, of 125
9:18 a.m., Fornara Sinclair Ave. early Saturday night. PoAmelia, Victor ond
Gas Tanker Split
S e r v i c e at y^ovcy s F u n e r o l H o m e i n c . ,
B u d d y Rubeo
(2 14)
Yonkers Ave., died Saturday in Service Station, 110 Parkway lice said the apartment was en107 N o r t h B r o a d w a y . o n k e ' S , on T u e s
d a y , F e b r u a r y 15 at 10 o m . I n t e r m e n t
•St. J o h r ' s Riverside Hospital.
S A V A , Joseph B o l d v —
DOBBS F E R R Y — A large
Road, Bronxville, oil burner ex- tered by a fire escape, while
pr.vote.
12-15)
2nd A n n i v e r s a r y
F e b r u a r y 13.
area
of this community was
Mr.
Hayes
and
his
wife,
Rose,
plosion,
$500
damage.
We c a n ' t say H a p p y B i r t h d a y , d e a r ,
She was born Feb. 14, 1906,
GREENBERG,
Betty
Beloved w i f e
of
The w a y w e used to do.
alerted
Friday night when the
were
out.
M . u r r a y I. M.other of Joseph G T r n b e r o .
in St. I,ouis, Mo., to the late
W i t h coke o n d candles a n d p r e s e n t s ;
ond
Ca ol
Slomko.
G ondmother
of
tank
of
a gasoline truck split
Those IOVS w e b u r i e d w i t h y o u .
Elia and Anna Turyk Kurylo.
D a w n S ' o m k o Sister o ' M r s . S y l v i a V u
A n d e t e r n i t y ' s not m e a s u r e d
and
spilled
several hundred galc a n a n d M i s s Rose K o m s Services w i l l
She was married in Yonkers
On e o r i h s f i n i t e s r o l e of y e o r s :
Bedroom Entry
b " h e l d 12 n~&n W e d n c s d o y . F e b r u a r y
lons of fuel on Walgrove AveB u t h e r e , on our h e o ' t s r a l e n d o r ,
16. o t T e m p e E m a n i r l . R u m s e y R o o d ,
Jan.
23.
1927,
to
Daniel
Durniak,
93 MAMARONECK AVE., WHITE PLAINS, H.Y.
T o d o v ' s e'er r i n a e d w i i h le-ors
V o n k e r ? T h e f a m i l y y , . i | r e c e i v e fr ends
who survives. Mr. Durniak is
Thieves stole $150 in jewelry nue.
Sisters. Bessie o n d M a r g a r e t
(2 14)
C W e i s s M e m o n o l Inc , 32* R w e r d o i e
A v e n u e , T u e s d a y f r o m fi ' o 10 p . m .
Fireman worked more than
W H 9 - 7 1 5 0 Open Thursday Cve«. till 9
employed in the maintenance
and $125 in cash yesterday aft.'ILSON. Chorles—
Kindly o m t flowr-s
(2 ' S i
D o d d v . w e miss y o
department of Ward Leonard in
ernoon from the apartment of five hours washing the gasoline I
very mijrh.
Hoppy
B'r'hdoy
Heaven
'
t / B O L — M i c h a e l . Of l l N c m a n d v R o o d .
Mount Vernon.
Mrs. Angela Grimaldi, 601 Mc- into an open brook.
Wife. Douoh'er,
S u d d e n l y , on F e b ' u o ' v 11. W - * . R r t o v r d
Son m l o w o n d G r o n d s o n
(2 14)
Lean Ave.
hu*.bond of M a ^ v S o b o ' k o / a
O'Leyor
BRONXVILLE" —
Mrs. Durniak was a communSobo'
Funeral
front
the
Memorial
H o m e , l j ? Yo^ke--; Avenue O
Tuesday
Mrs. Grimaldi told police she
A mid-morning oilburner exicant
of
Holy
Trinity
Russian
O!
9 00
A V
R'Tj.em
A.'OSV
St
Card Of Thanks
N i c h o l a s of tt-iia
C h u r r h . (Ash Street)
Orthodox Church and had resid- plosion rocked the Fornara Sin- double • locked her apartment
01 9 *0 A M
Inte-ment, fnmilv
plot
clair Service Station at 110 when she went out.
ed in Yonkers for 42 years.
F v r n i n i s e r v i r e - . . M o n d a y T f- 00 P U,
T A U B E R — W o r r i s W e w i s h to t h o n k o i l
The f a m i l y W I ' I receive Iriends
from
Police said the thief got in by
Parkway
Road yesterday, blowof
our
k
i
n
d
f
r
i
r
n
d
s
.
r
e
l
o
t
i
v
e
s
o
n
d
J . 0 0 to 5.00 o n d 7:00 10 10.00 P . M
Resides her husband, Mrs.
piying open a bedroom window.
ne.ohbors
for
their
man/
kind
exing
out
three
of
the
building's
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pressions of S y m p a t h y o n d condolence
Durniak is survived by two sons,
four windows.
d u r i n g our recent b e r e a v e m e n t In the
loss of our b e l o v e d h u s b a n d , f o t h e r o n d John of Suffern, N.Y. and SteAccording to Eastehester fireb'o'her
We e s p e c i a l l y t h o n k the Sou'h
Pennies Pilfered
Y o n k e r s M e r c h o n i s A s s a c i o t l o n o n d the phen of Yonkers; a brother, Mi- . men who arrived on the scene
Y o n k e r s Post Office e m p l o y e e s
chael Kurylo in Kuropo; four
! at 9:18 a.m., approximately $500
2 14
Wife, daughter ond brothers
Four pennies from a coin colsisters. Mrs. Anna Pemiak of
tUSONAlU
; damage was done to the building lection were stolen from the
Bayonne. N.J., Mrs. Pauline Rawas
but no one was injured.
apartment of Andrew Perzell at
lisky of Klmhurst, L. I., Mrs.
| John Armanino, the station at- 118 Oliver Ave. last night. Mr.
Rose Smorccmiak of Brooklyn,
tendant was sitting in front of Per/ell said the intruder forced
| and Mrs. Mary Kwochka in Kuthe building at the time the ex- open, a kitchen door and rei rope, and two grandchildren.
j plosion occurred. He was knocked off his chair but was not hurt,
firemen report.
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The former Betty Konis, she go on forever as part of Ameriwas born In New York City Oct. ca's anthology." eugolized Sen.
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Javits spoke at funeral ser(Ireenberg in 1927. He is pait
owner of the Silver Lining Laun- i vices for Billy Rose in New
Yoik yesterday while In Hartdry here.
i ford, Conn., another show busiMrs. fJreenbng was a mem- ness luminary . Sophie Tuckerber of Temple Emanu-EI and a was also being sent to her final
number of local civic organiza- 1 resting place.
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ing the National Council of Jewup, about 600 persons attended
ish Women, the B'nal B'rith,
Miss Tucker's funeral.
Harlassah and the Yonkers
In New York, more than 700
Chapter of the Order of the EastI persons attended the funeral
ern Star.
I service for Rose in the BroadBesides her husband, Mrs. I way theater that bears his
Crcenbcrg Is survived by a son, ' name. After the .15 minute-serJoseph of Yonkers: a daughter, vice, Rose's body was taken to
Hills
Cemetery,
Mrs. Mail in .Carol) Somka of Westchester
Pleasantville; two sisters, Miss Ardslpy.
Rose Konis and Mrs. Joseph i Miss Tucker and Rose died
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