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HERALD STATESMAN, YONKERS, N.Y., FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1964
OBITUARY NEWS
Fire
HELD IN MOLESTING
B.M. Sheppard
Dies; Principal
Taught Science
Youth Climbs On Ledge
To Escape Police Quiz
i
(Continued from Page One)
couch burning in her apartment.
Fiie Chief Andrew Gerlock, who
JAMES L. ROBERTSON
er sister, Mrs. Dudley B. Law- Mrs. Frank/Mary) Barnas; four
commanded operations at the
rence Jr. of Mount Kisco.
grandchildren, all of Yonkers,
Sister In Bronxville
fire, asked if a cigarette might
Principal
of
the
Dobbs
Ferry
and a sister, Mrs. John (Anna) Public Schools for 14 yeats,}912
have started the fire. Mrs. John,
James L. Robertson 3d. broth- IMICHAEL HARVANKA 8R
Obertanec of Little Falls, N. Y. to 1926, Benjamin M. Sheppard
er of Mrs. Howard A. Patterson Was Rug Mill Employe
son said they had no cigarettes
of 25 Sycamore Ave., Bronxville,
A
17-year-old
Yonkers
youth
I
Lockwood
of
70
Yonkers
Ave.,!
in her rooms.
died
Christmas
Day
in
his
home
Michael Haivanka Sr., 74, of | MRS- HUBERT J. WADMAN
died yesterday at his home, 45 121 Webster Ave., died yester- Native Of Ohio
at Easton, Pa. He was 82.
with a long prior record was was being questioned at the De-; She noted, however; that sev.
Manursing Way, Rye. His age day at an upstate hospital after
In his early executive career
arrested on charges of impairing I tective Division by Ptl. Yasko , eral hours earlier
Had a
Mrs. Helen Hammond Wadwas 52.
in
Dobbs Ferry he also taught
the morals of a minor and dis Green of the Juvenile Aid Di- j short circuit in an electric iron
an illness of many years. He man, 57, of 632 Palmer Road,
Mr. Robertson was a partner was formerly employed by the formerly of Mount Vernon, died science in the high school and
orderly conduct last night at vision about an alleged attempt \ she was using in her kitchen. A
in the real estate management Alexander Smith Carpet Co. on New Year's Day at her home was a leader In the early era of
Police Headquarters after he to molest the girl in front of 71 j small fire was caused but her
husband put it out. Mrs. Johnhigh
school
athletics.
and consulting firm of Robert- here.
opened a window and stepped Chestnut St
after a three-year illness. She
son added that lights in a rear
A native of Phillipsburg, N.J.
son, Buck and Robertson, and
out onto a ledge while being
As
Ptl.
Green
turned
to
talk
was
the
wife
of
Hubert
J.
WadMr. Sheppard was graduated
roorn^
at her apartment did not
also was associated with the law Born in Chechoslovakia on man.
questioned in the reported mo- to the girl, police added, Lockfrom Lafayette College in 1902
work
and
caused a short when
firm of Bertine and Hufnagel. Sept. 29, 1889, he came to this
lesting
of
a
14-year-old
girl
on
wood leaped to a window overBorn in Columbus, Ohio, she and received a Master of Arts
they
were
put
on. Chief Gerlock
He was a former president of country as a young man. He was
Nodine
Hill,
police
report.
looking
Columbus
Place,
opened
the daughter of Frank N. degree from Columbia UniverEastern- Offices, Inc., which married the former Elizabeth Hammond,
said
a
check
would
be made to
Police said the youth, Richard it and stepped out onto a
of El Paso, Tex. sity. He taught in New Jersey
owned and operated the Gray- Drap in Most Holy Trinity and the latenow
learn
if
the
fire
may
have been
narrow ledge two stories above
Berna Fowler Ham- schools before his appointment
bar Building in New York City Church on Nov. 8, 1913.
caused by an overload or faulty
V
the
street.
This
was
shortly
mond.
to the prlncipalship of Dobbs
until 1959.
electrical wiring.
Surviving besides his wife are
after-9-p7m.Besides her husband and fath- Ferry's schools.
buildings are located near
Also--surviving- are his wife, two sons, Joseph and Michael er, she is survived by two sons,
ALLEN MATHEWSON
The Fire Department was call- theThe
heart
oHKe Hollows, an old
Mrs. Genevieve S. Robertson; a Harvanka Jr.; two daughters, Rodney H.Wadman of Denver, Mr. Sheppard, after leaving
ed and a life net was spread Yonkers section
crowded with
son, Hugh Robertson, and anoth- Miss Josephine Harvanka and Colo., and Hubert D. Jr.,a stu- Dobbs Ferry, also taught scibelow
the
youth
while
Assistant
ence
in
Benjamin
.Franklin
Juframe
apartment
houses. Perdent at the University of Color- nior High School in Yonkers
Chief James Ryan climbed a sons in the crowd watching
the
ado; and six grandchildren. A from 1927 to 1941 when he reladder placed against the build: fire speculated that if a fire
daughter, Mrs. Gwynne Camp- tired.
ing and brought Lockwood to gained a strong foothold in any
bell, died on Dec. 29.
the ground. Police said he building there the "whole neigh,
He leaves no survivors.
"froze" on the ledge.
ANDERSON—Victor D. Of 31 Senk PIRILLO—Josephine (net Pontuso). A0«
borhood would go up."
Allen Hunt Mathewson, adDrive, Ha$tlrto*-on-Hudson, U. Y. On
53. On December 30, 1963. Of 152 VICTOR D. ANDERSON
Lockwood was lodged in the The fire apparently leaped
December 31, 1963. Funerol »ervlce 9:00
Beechwood Avenue, Mt. Vernon. Solemn Hastings Contractor
ministrator
of
the
John
E.
AnNazareth
Magarian,
who
has
Mrs. Vincent Dies; ' drus Memorial in Hastings-on- served as first assistant cor- City Jail for arraignment in from the Johnsons' apartment
A.M., Saturday, ot the Edwards FunHigh Moss, Saturday, 10:00 A . M . ot
eral Home inc.. DODOS Ferry. InterOur Lody of Victory Church, Mt. VerVictor D. Anderson, 73, of 31
non.
Inlerment,
family
plot.
Holy
ment, Evergreens Cemetery. The fomilv
Hudson the last nine months, poration counsel in the city's Special Sessions Court today.
across a narrow alleyway to the
Sepulchre Cemeiery. Reposing, Yon- Scenic Drive, Hastings-on-Hud- Conductor's Wife
will receive friends ot the Funerai
nantuono Funeral'Home, 88 West LinHorn* from 7:00 to 9:00 P.M., Friday.
died
on
New
Year's
Eve
a
t
St.
top floor apartment of Jessie
Law
Department
since
Feb.
15,
son,
died
Tuesday
in
St.
John's
coln Ave., M t . Vernon. Visiting hours,
Also Taught Music
1-3
John's Riverside Hospital after 1962, has tendered a letter of his
1-5, 7-10:00 P.M.
1-3 Riverside Hospital, following a
Mae Williams at 17 Croton Ter.
Hosting* Lodge No. 1107, F. & A.M.
a
brief
illness.
He
was
59
years
The flames had just begun to
intention
to
resign
to
City
ManMrs. Dorothy Otto Vincent of
Brethren: With deep regret PRATT-Soroh M .
Pleosontvllle, N.Y. short illness. He was the owner
we announce the passing of
shoot upward from .the roof
Jan. 1, 1964. Mother of M r s . j o c k N. of the V, Anderson Construction Meadow Way, Irvington-on-Hud- old.
ager
William
A.
Walsh
Jr.
efour beloved brother, victor
O'Donnell (Ruth) and Mrs. Clifford H.
when firemen arrived and
Mr. Mathewson had previous- fective midnight, Sunday.
D. Anderson. Mosonlc funeral
Lander (Violet). Service Sat., I p.m. Corp., located in the Harwood son, wife of the former conducservices tonight at 8:00 P.M.
at Beecher Funeral Home, Pleosont- Building in Scarsdale, which he
brought the blaze under control
ly
been
assistant
director
of
the
tor of the Yonkers Madrigal SoIn his letter, Mr. Magarian inat the Edwards Funeral Home
vllle, N.Y., where Family will receive
Inc.,
64
Ashford
Avenue,
In less than 20 minutes.
New Haven Hospital in Connec- forms Mr. Walsh that as chief
friends Frl., 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment, founded in 1934.
ciety,
died
yesterday
in
the
Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.
Oakland Cemetery, Yonkers, N.Y.
1-3
The fire did not reach Into the
Born in Bohuslan, Sweden, on Sloan-Ketterlng Memorial Hos- ticut, administrator of the Ply- executive of Yonkers he has had
Harold R. Hegney( Moster
1-3
Robert O. Kedney Sr., Secretary. REDMOND—Mary. On January 2, 1964. May, 11, 1890, Mr. Anderson
mouth Residence Inc., affili- "bestowed upon you a task of
lower floors and firemen spread
pital
in
New
York
City
after
a
Formerly of Yonkers, N.Y. Funerol
A 15»year-old Yonkers youth canvas tarpaulins over furniture
from Scnoefer's Funerol Porlor, Fourth came to the United States to long illness. Her husband, Mit- ated with the Plymouth Congre- responsibility
and undivided
B A N K O W I T Z - M a r i e . Of 16 Maple AveAvenue ot 42nd Street, Brooklyn, N.Y., live in Brooklyn in 1912. He margational
Church
in
Minneapolis,
reportedly
broke into a Mulford to lessen water damage from
chell
C.
Vincent,
is
supervisor
nue, Hastlngs-on-Hudson, N.Y. On Jandedication
to-the
people
of
YonSaturday, January 4, 1964 ot 8:30 A.M.
uary 2, 1964. Beloved wife of the lata
Solemn Requiem Mass, St. Michael's ried the former Aline A. Llnd- of music In the Ardsley School purchasing agent for the Mas- kers." He states further
Gardens
apartment
last night hose streams.
that
Fronk Bonkowltz Sr. Reposing of the
R.C. Church, Fourth Avenue at t2nd
sachusetts General Hospital in Mr. Walsh has advised him of and threatened a woman and
Baker Memorial Funerol Home Inc.,
There are five families and a
Street, Brooklyn, 9:00 A . M . Interment, roth on July 2, 1932; and they System.
532 Broadway, Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y.
St. Joseph's Cemetery Yonkers, 11:00 came to live in Dobbs Ferry at
Boston and assistant tq the ad- certain appointments to be made her son with a knife before flee- vacant store at 17 Croton and
She
was
the
daughter
of
the
Requiem Mass, 10:00 A.M., Saturday,
A.M.
1-3
January 4 at St. Matthew's R. C.
that time. In 1935 they moved late Mayor and Mrs. Harry W. ministrator of New York Vet- in the .corporation counsel's of- ing to escape capture, police seven families at 19. There are
Church, Hastings." Interment, Mf. Hope
ROMANELLI—Michael. Of 123 Rlverdale to Hastings where they have Otto of Nqptrs, N. Y. Born in erans Hospital.
about 12 children in both buildfice in the reorganization of ad- report.
Cemetery.
ft Avenue.
On Tuesday, December 3 1 ,
A native New Englander, he ministrative functions, depart
Police said the youth, a Lin- ings, a tenant said. Most of the
1963. Devoted father of Carmello and lived ever since. Mr. Anderson Berwyn, HI., on Jan. 6, 1915,
Michael Romonellt. Funeral from the
BROZOWSK.I — Gloria (nee Clamel). On
Duchynskl Funerol Home, 39 Washing- was a member of the Hastings she was graduated from Naples was a graduate of Bowdoin Col- m e n t s a n d personnel. To facili- den Street boy whose name is families sought temporary ref.
Jonuary 1, 1964. Of 54 Landscape Aveton Street on Saturday, January A, Lodge of Masons, the Scarsdale High
School and the Crane lege, Class of 1926, and w a s^^ state the manager's administra withheld because of age, forced uge in the Croton Club tavern
nue. Beloved wife of Albert Broiowskl.
1964, at 8:30 A . M . Mass of Requiem In
Devoted daughter of Peter ond Esther
St. Mary's. Church, South Broadway, at Rotary Club and the American School of Music at Potsdam, member of Delta Upsilon fra
^ uve duties, Mr. Magarian wrote, his way into the apartment of at 30 Croton Ter. until Ambrose
Clamel. Reposing, Louis J . Flower Fu9:00 A . M . Interment, St. Mory's Cemeternity.
He
was
a
member
of he is-submitting his letter of Mrs. Nelda Demchak, 55, and Havey m , Yonkers Red Cross
neral Home, 283 New Main Street.
Legion
Post
In
Dobbs
Ferry.'
N.
Y.
She
also
studied
voice
in
tery.
1-3
Funeral services, Saturday at 9:30 A.M.
held her and her 15-year-old son disaster chairman, arrived to
He is survived by his wife; a New York City. She taught the American Hospital Associa- intent.
interment, St. M g r y ' i Cemetery.
1-3
^
SHULER — George H. Of 335 Prescott
at bay.
offer aid.
at Letchworth Village tion and the Educational BuyStreet. On Thursday, January 2, 1964. daughter, Mrs. James (Ann) music
Mr. Magarian notes that he
FRUSCIANTE—Giovanni. Age 76 yeori.
Husband of the late Lotus Shuler (nee Robertson of Fishkill, N.Y.; two State Hospital and during the ers of New England. Mr. MathThe
reported
threat
was
made
Consolidated Edison sent an
' Of 107 North Street. On Jonuary I ,
Rlchey). Beloved brother of Mrs. Edewson was a member of First will return to the private prac- in connection with the alleged emergency crew to turn off gas
1964. Solemn Mas* will be offered at
ward Lynch ond Mrs. Charles Pease. brothers, Eric of Dobbs Ferry World War n years taught at
Our Lady of M t . Carmel Church on
Reposing ot the Flynn Memorial Home,
Parish Church in Milton, Mass. tice of law with the firm of No- theft of $5 from the Demchak and electricity.
Saturday, ot 10:15 A.M. Interment, fam82 Ludlow Street ot Stanley Place after and Charles of Hastlngs-on-Hud- Naples and Lima (N. Y.> in
He is survived by his wife, bile & Magarian at 20 S. Broad- apartment by the Linden Street
ily mausoleum. Reposing at Sharpe's
2:00
Saturday. Funeral, Monday son; one grandchild, and two the public school systems.
A sidelight on the fire was the
« . w rP.M.,
. m . i ou
Funeral Home, 125 South Fifth Avenue,
Mass of Requiem, SI
Alice
D a v i e s Mathewson, a way which he left to accept city youth several weeks ago. The action in the apartment of Mrs.
at
9:30
A.M.
other
brothers
and
two
sisters
in
She
was
a
member
of
the
M t . "Vernon. Visiting hours, 1:00 to 5:00
Peter's
Church
at
10:00
A
.
M
.
Interment,
Peter's Church _
Mrs. Theodore C. service.
1-3
and 7:00 to 10:00 P.M.
1-4 Sweden.
Juvenile Aid Division was to Dorothy Horton at 17 Croton.
Long Island National Cemetery.
choir of the Irvlngton Presby- daughter,
(Ann)
Howe
of Tucson, Ariz.;
He
recites
his
service
as
counsearch for the youth.
terian
Church
where
she
also
Mrs, Horton cares for 15 paraVINCENT
—
Dorolhy
O.
of
6
Meadow
GINDER—Sallle K. On January 1, 1964.
two grandchildren; and three sel to the Zoning Board of ApWay, Irvlngton, N.Y. On Jan 2, 1964. GIOVANNI FRUSCIANTE
Widow of Fred A. Glnder. Sister of
was
a
deacon
arid
a
Sunday
keets and a $100 mynah bird.
Reposing at the Edwards Funeral Home
Mn. M&ry K. Corballs. Reposing, 2-4
sisters of New York, Boston and peals, working with the public
Inc.,
Dobbs Ferry. The Fomlly will Grandfather Of 25
ond 7-9:00 P.M. ot Ballord-Durand FunSchool teacher. She was also Washington.
All escaped injury.
receive friends at the Funeral Home
eral Home Inc., 2 Maple Avenue, White
library's board of trustees and
Giovanni Frusciante, 76, of active In the PTA, cub scouting
Both the Johnson and Davisfrom 2-4 ond 7-9 p.m. Saturday ond
Plains, N. Y . Requiem Mass, Mt. Cardirector in connection with the
12-3 p.m. Sunday. Funeral Service 7 107 North St.,. Mount Vernon, and her college alumnae work.
mel Church, Saturday, 10:00 A.M. Infamilies
fled their homes with
terment, Gate of Heaven Cemetery. 1-3
.m. Sunday, ot the Irlvlngton P r e v
new Sprain Brook branch, and
gyterlan
only the clothes they were wearCnurch. Interment, Naples, died Wednesday at his home She was married on Aug. 30,
with the city's urban renewal
N.Y. In lieu of flowers, contributions after a long illness. He was a 1941 in Naples
HARVANKA — Michael. Of 121 Webster
to Mr. Vining. Their apartments were gutmay be made lo the memorial fur*l
Avenue. After a long Illness. On Thursproject as well as other duties.
for
the
new
Chapel
of
the
Irvlngton
retired
construction
worker
and
cent.
ted. Both said they would need
day, January 2, 1964. Beloved husband
Presbyterian Church.
1-4
(Continued from Page One)
"To go to length about things
of Elizabeth Drap Harvanka. Devoted
a Mount Vernon resident 59 She is also survived by a son,
Clothing for their children and
father of Mrs. Erank (Mary) Barnes,
done and things enjoyed in a
furniture. A fund, similar to the
Miss Josephine Horvonka, Joseph and WILLIAMS—Mory C , of. 185 Old Brood- years since coming here from James, a student at Mount Her- istrator
of the Housing and letter
way, Hastlngs-on-Hudson. On Dec. 31,
Michael Harvanka Jr. Brother of Mrs.
of resignation," he wrote,
his
native
Italy.
He
was
the
campaign now operating to aid
mon School; two daughters, Jac- Home Finance Agency. Weaver
1963. Beloved wife of the late Carlton
Anno Obertanec. Funeral from the
An
indefinite
adjournment
"may seen unusual, but it is
C. Wllllamj and mother of Bruce Y. father of Mrs. Ernest (Angie) queline, a student at Depauw
Sechny
Funeral Home, 447 Walnut
the families burned out of their
told
newsmen
the
administrawas
granted
yesterday
in
FamWlllloms
of
Port
Chester,
-N.Y.
Serv'ce
Street on Monday, January 6 at 9:30
at Havey's Funeral Home Inc., '107 No. Sacchlnelli of Eastchester.
University in Indiana, and Vir- tion will send Congress a com- with reluctance that any of us ily C o u r t for two Yonkers homes in a three-alarmer two.
A.M. Blessing In the Most Holy TrinBroadway, Yonkers, on Friday, Jon. 3
ity Church of 10:00 o'clock. High Mass
He is survived by his wife ginia Vincent of'Irvington; and prehensive housing bill calling leave a job which has been re- youths arrested last week in weeks ago at 24 and 28 Orchard
dt 10 a.m. interment, Woodlown Cemeof Requiem on Tuesday, January 7 at
in terms of experience
tery.
1-3«4 Josephine DeNiinzio Frusciante, three sisters, Mrs. James S.
9:00 A . M . Inlerment,
St. Josephs
Place, was expected to be set
for a significant stepup in the warding
Cemetery. Friends may call at the Fuand
responsibility,
gratifying in connection with the knife-slay- up. Contributions for the Croton
neral Horn* from 2-5 and 7-10:00 P.M. WOLPERT — O t t o Eugene. On* Thursday, four sons, Ralph, Anthony and Cooper of Rochester, N. Y. Mrs. public housing program and exterms of what can be accomp- ing of 13-year-old Theodore Terrace families may be reJan. 2, 1964. Beloved Husband of Mar- John Jr. of Mount Vernon and Nicholas Ustick of Grosse Isle,
1-4
pansion of Federal Housing Ad- lished
guerite Jurdan Walth Wolpert. Steoand certainly pleasant in John Halko of 2 Cottage Place ceived by the Y o n k e r s Red
Fother of M r s . Solvatore (Joan) Gar- Jerry Frusciante of Scarsdale; Mich., and Mrs. Herbert G. Mac- ministration activities.
K E L L Y —Peter Thomas. On Thursday,
glulo. Services at the Memorlol Home,
terms of your fellow-workers, Gardens.
o t h e r daughters, Miss intosh of Irvington-on-Hudson;
Jonuary 2, 1964. Of S0A Locust Hill Ave108 Yonkers Ave. on Monday at 1:30 five
There also will be some brand particularly under the guiding
The accused killer, 16-year-old Cross.
nue. Husbdnd of Mildred Blatzhelm Kelp.m.
Interment,
Kenslco
Cemetery. Frances Frusciante, and Mrs. and her stepmother, Mrs. Harry
Auxiliary firemen aided the
new
proposals,
such
as
easy
Gerald
(Jerry) - McDonough of
ly. Devoted father of Borbara. Brother
Friends ma? call after 7 p.m. on Frihand of the corporation counsel
regulars
and the Yonkers Civil
day ond from 3 to 5 ond 7 to 9 p.m. Herman (Vera) M o r a l l o of W. Otto of Naples.
of Esther, Kalhryn, Alice and Mary
credit to help big subdivision and city manager."
333 Warburton Ave., who alon Saturday and Sunday.
1-4
. Reposing, Yonkers Funeral Home, 267
Defense
organization
helped poMount
Vernon,
Mrs.
Thomas
developers
put
in
water
and
South Broadway at Highland Avenue.
legedly stabbed young Halko
Requiem Mass, St. Joseph's Church on WRONIEWICZ — M a r y a (nee Mohunlk). (Anna)
lice in' detourlng /traffic.
DeMaio - of Arcadia,
sewer
lines,
and
aid
forlow
inbecause
the
boy
brushed
against
i
Tuesday ot 10:00 AJVl. Interment, famattended Tuckahoe schools and
O n . Wednesday, January 1, 1964. Become families ousted by slum
ily plot.
'
1-3 . loved wife of Telesfor • Wronlewlci of 9 Calif., Mrs. Louis'(Edith) Mashim on the sidewalk, is being: Mr. Havey said that. aU the
Fairmont Avenue. Devoted mother of tromarino
of New RocheUe, was a communicant of the clearance activities.
held without bail at the City families were , placed With
Vincent
Wronlewlci,
Mrs.
Charles
MASSI—Getullo. On January 2, 1964. Of
Walter (Dorothy) Hobson Church of the Immaculate Con(Bertha)
Mauer
ond Mrs. William Mrs.
But
Weaver
indicated
these
Jail on Alexander St. pending friends for the night but added
Tuckohoe, N.Y. Beloved husband. of
(Continued from Page One)
ception in Tuckahoe. Her hus(Wanda) Vono. Funeral from the Du- of Scarsdale; three
the late Antonla. Devoted father of
brothers,
a hearing in Special Sessions that housing will be needed for
chynskl Funerol Home, 111 Yonkert
Dlno Massl, Laura Tallevl, Evelyn
band, the late Joseph Pivarnik, would require relatively small
Avenue on Saturday, January 4, at 9:30 Luigi, Ciriaco and Guiseppe.all
Gherordl, and Gulda Massl. Reposing
aids.,
library,
school
funds,
etc.,
spending
hikes.
Court Wednesday on a charge several families. He asked perA.M.
High Moss of lequle
Requiem In St.
was.In. the real estate business.
ot the Westchester Funeral Home inc.,
sons knowing of available apartas
part
of
the
teacher's
regular
Ccslmlr's Church ot 10:00 A . M . Inter- in Italy; ahd 25 grandchildren
of first degree murder.
Midland Avenue ot Main Street, East r
She is survived by. three broment, St. Joseph's Cemetery. The*fanv including several in Yonkers.
Chester. Solemn Requiem Mass, In the
assignment.
The other two youths, a 14- ments to contact him or the
lly will be at the Funeral Home to reAssumption'Church, Tuckohoe, Monday,
thers, Wendell of 180 Underbill
ceive friends from 2-5 and 7-10:00 P.M.
January 6 ot 10:00 A . M . Interment,
"It
should
be
also
clear
to
year-old Amackassin Terrace Yonkers Red Cross Office. *
St., Frank of 39 Columbus Ave.,
HARRY PRATT
1-3 MRS.
Holy Mount Cemetery.
1-4
all that the minimum teacher's boy and a 15-year-old Woodland
Tuckahoe, and Carl Gruber of
ZGODA—Bronch No. 2374: Members ore Daughter in Yonker§
day as designated by the Board Avenue youth, were with McMAYER—Mary. On January 2, 1964. Of
requested to meet this evenlnq, Frldoy
the
Sagamore
Road
address;
Mrs. Sarah M. . Pratt, 81,
77 Colgate Avenue. Beloved wife of the
at 8:00 P.M. at the Duchynskl Funeral
of Education includes all activi- Donough when the murder haplate Louis Mayer. Mother of Louis C.
Home to pay respects to our beloved mother
of Mrs. Clifford H. three sisters, Mrs. Julia Dutton
ties relating to the normal school pened, police charge. The 14Mayer. Reposing at the Ball Funeral
departed member, Marya Wronlewlcz.
of 93 Grand Boulevard, ScarsHome, 100 Lake Avenue. Funeral on
M a r y Puilo, President (Violet) Lander of 140 Seminary
program:
clubs, fairs, meetings, year-old allegedly kicked Halko
some t i l i n g
Saturday at 9:30 A.M. High Mass of 1-3
dale,
Mrs.
Joseph
(Helen)
GolKasmlra Madilar Secretary
Ave., died on New Year's Day
Requiem In the Monastery Church of
etc.
as
he
lay
dying.
All
told
police
den
of
26
Bradley
Road,
Scarsthe Socred Heart at 10:00 A.M. Interin Grasslands Hospital after a
"School administrators may they were drinking vodka prior
ment, family plot.
1-3
A 27-year-old East Yonkers
long illness. She had made her dale, and Mrs. Donald (Sophie)
warm
Card Of Thanks
also require teachers to perform to the murder .with a group of
woman
was
attacked
yesterday
Clapp
of
83
N
.
Malcolm
St.
in
home with another daughter,
M O O R E — Irene. Of Yonkers, N.Y. On
duties
within
reason
prior
to
the
youths
and
girls
at
the
High
KELLY—John A. We wish to extend our
Gssining, as well ' a s several in the basement laundry room
Januory 1 , 1964. Beloved mother of
heartfelt appreciation to our relatives, Mrs. Jack N.(Ruth) O'Donnell
Irene Tlemeyer. Dear sister of Karnand human"
at her apartment building by 20 minutes before the tardy sig- School of Commerce grounds on
friends and neighbors for ftielr acts of of Pleasantville, for the past 10 nieces and nephews.
erlne McCormack, Dorothy Heck ond
nal and beyond 30 minutes after N. Broadway opposite the murkindness, messages of sympathy. Moss
an
unidentified
man
who
fled
George Busher. Reposing, ot Fred -H.
cords ond beautiful f|orol offerings re- years.
McGrath & Son Funeral Home, BronxMISS MARY REDMOND
and
,?
when she screamed, police re- pupil dismissal if, in the judg- der scene.
ceived during our recent bereavement
ville.
Requiem Mass, St. Eugene's
Born in London,. England, she Aunt Of China Prisoner
ment of the responsible adminisChurch, TUCkohoe Road ot Central , In the loss of our beloved husband and
It
was
reported
today
that
port.
father. We especially thank the staff of was a beautician with DeRobAvenue, Yonkers on Saturday, Jonua
wonderful
Miss Mary Redmond, 77, of
St. John's Hospital, Dr. Stephen ChiosPolice said the woman, a ten- trator, the assignments are in- threatening telephone calls have
fil . clone,
4 6t 10:00 A . M .
Dr. Anthony DeAngells, Dr. Pob- erts Beauty Salon in Yonkers Brooklyn, formerly of Yonkers
tegral
parts
of
the
total
educabeen
made
to
the
homes
of
two
ant at 796 Bronx River Road,
lo Agohon, officers ond employees of until her retirement in 1942. Her
N I C O L E T T I - L e n a (nee Folella), of 250
and the aunt of Hugh Francis was grabbed by the man as she tional program.
Peoples Saving Bank, officers ond em13-year-old Yonkers girls who
happens
Winifred Ave., on Dec. 31st, 1963. Beployees Of Service Fire Insurance Co. husband, Harry Pratt, died sev"Questions relating to assign- broke the case under questionRedmond who is a prisoner in entered the laundry room. He
loved wife of Joseph Nlcolettl, mother
ana employees of Con Edison Control eral years ago.
Center In Eastvlew.
China, died yesterday at the Lustanding to one side of the ments should be directed to the ing by admitting they were at
seph ond Rolph Nlcolettl, daughter of 1-3
Wife, daughters ond son
Besides her two daughters, theran Medical Center in Brook- was
When you
Theresa Folella (nee Vostoll) and the
principal immediately."
the school drinking and gave
door
as she entered.
late John Folella, sister of Mrs. Mary
Mrs. Pratt is survived by two lyn.
REBELO—Francisco.
We
wish
to
thonk
•We
Can
Be
Proud'
the names of McDonough and
Ayres, Mrs. Helen Locerra, John ond
He threw her to the floor and
oil our kind friends ond neighbors for grandchildren.
Joseph Folella. Funeral from the E.
Dr. Wynstra comments that the 14-year-old as having been
Born In Yonkers on Jan. 15, said, "Don't scream," police
their many kind expressions of symsend
W. Moloney «. Sons Funeral Home, Inc.,
pathy and condolence received during
732 Yonkers Ave., on Sot., Jon. 4th ot
1885, the daughter of the late added. He was. described as "we can all be justifiably proud at the scene. The calls were reour recent bereavement. We especially CHARLES R. NUNN
'9:30 A.M. High Moss of Requiem In
thonk Dr. McNeil, Rev. Father Doyle
Hugh and Mary O'Hara Red- white,, aged 20 to 30, five feet, of our school system and I am portedly being made by other
the Church of St. John the Baptist ol
ond Rev. Father Sullivan of St. Marv's Insurance Auditor
10 o'clock. Interment, St. Joseph's CeChurch
ond
Mrs.
Flower
of
the
Flower
Charles R. Nunn, 71, died ye> mond, she attended St. Mary's seven inches tall, with reddish- particularly proud of the dede- girls involved. Police said a
metery. The fomlly will receive their
Funerol Home.
School and was a communicant brown curly hair and wearing a cation, devotion and loyalty of stop would be put to the threats.
friends at the Funeral Home from 2-5
Mrs. F. Rebelo & fomlly. terday at Yonkers General Hosond 7-10 PJVi.
1-3 1-3
our professional staff."
Other boys and girls involved
pital. He had made his home of the Church of the Immaculate black sweater.
Empire Post No. 375, V.F.W.: MemHe states that school trustees In the drinking party have been
Conception
(St.
Mary's).
Alwith a daughter, Mrs. Philip
In Memoriam
bers will meet ot the Post rooms, 10
Huber Ploce, Friday, Jonuory_2 oW'.OO
(Alice) Schlossberg of 480 Rlv- though Miss Redmond had made paternal" grandmother, Mrs. "are to be commended for their arrested and are to appear In
P . M . to pay respects to our Post Pros!
BROOK—William. First Anniversary.
erdale
Ave. since 1958. He re- her home in Brooklyn for the Katherine Gizicky, also of Yon- initiative, courage and leader- Family Court on charges of
denl, Lerio Nlcolettl.
" Dlcttl
His memory Is as dear today.
ship in working to obtain ade- juvenile delinquency.
1-3
Gilbert Caplanco, President
As In the hour he passed away.
tired in 1957 from the Pruden- past 30 years, she was employed kers.
1-3
Wile, sons & fomilv.
quate funds with which to proThe 14-and 15-year-old youths
• Empire Auxiliary ond Post NO. 375:
tial Life Insurance Co. of New- here for many years at the JewMembers will meet ot the Post room3 ot
vide competitive salaries, desir- are to be held at the Woodfield
ish Guild for the Blind on Strat- MRS. FRANK BANKOWTTZ
7:00 P.M., Frldoy, Jonuary 3, and pro- CONN—Margaret. First Anniversary Mass ark, N.J. and Jacksonville, Fls.,
will be celebrated ot Sacred Heart
able staffing, health and other Detention Home in Valhalla unton St. before she retired In 1948. Hastings Resident
ceed in a'body to tfie E. W. Moloney f.
Church on Saturday, Jonuary 4 ot o:30 where he had been assistant auSons Funerol Home to pay respects 10
benefits, adequate supplies, mo- til their case is called again.
During that time she was also
A.M.
Mrs.
Marie
Bankowitz,
85,
of
ditor
in
the
comptroller's
diviour Post President, Lena Nlcolettl.
1-3
Moryonne.
Grace O'Sheo, President
a
parishioner
of
St.
Bartholo46 Maple Ave., Hastings • on- dern equipment and improved
sion.
1-3
Jean Belllno, Choploln
DUGAN—Eugene.
mew's
Church.
In
Brooklyn,
she
Hudson, died yesterday at physical facilities."
Born in Newark on Sept. 17,
In Loving Memory of our Father who
was a parishioner of St. Mi- Dobbs Ferry Hospital after an
NUNN-Chorles R , of <90 Rlverdale Ave ,
"The city of Yonkers," he
passed away Dec. 31, 1961.
1892,
Mr.
Nunn
was
the
son
of
Yonkers. On Jon. 1, 1944. Beloved HusGone, but not forgotten.
chael's Church and a member illness of three months. She was adds, "may well be proud of
band of the lote Nellie Ellery Nunn. 1-3
Sons ond Daughter the late Charles R. and Millie
Father of Richard E. Nunn ond Alitc
the widow of Frank Bankowitz the board's leadership in esNunn. He attended Newark of its Rosary Society.
E. Schlossberg. Service ot Hovey's
LOR-Morvln.
Funerol Home Inc., 107 No. Broodwov, T A YWe
The
sister
of
Hugh
Redmond
who
died about 11 years ago. tablishing policies and working
schools,
was
married
to
the
formourn for him In silence
Yonkers, on Sot., Jon. 4, ot 10 o.m.
No eyes con see us weep
Sr. who died In 1959, father of He was in the cable depart- for quality education for our
Interment, Fairmont Cemetery, New
mer
Nellie
Ellery,
who
died
on
But mony a silent teor Is shed
ork, N.J.
13
While Others ore asleep.
July 20, 1957, and was a mem- the prisloner in China, Miss Red- ment of the Anaconda Wire and children."
1-1
Wife, children A grondchlldren
ber of a Newark lodge of Ma- mond Is survived by several Cable Co. In Hastings for many
PRESCRIPTION
other nlocos and newphes in- years.
TOOHEY — James C. First Anniversary. sons.
In loving memory of my husband, our
cluding
Thomas
Hayes
of
BrookGreenhouse - Sunerie*
SERVICE
She was born in Hungary on
He is also survived by a son,
fother ond grandfather.
Absent from the body
lyn.
Service
&
Jan.
31,
1878,
daughter
of
the
Richard E. Nunn of Plainview,
At home with the Lord
•8inc* 1899
IEASONA&U
CtECTIO
He hos gone on to reap his reword
late John and Veronica Gonda
321 Bronx Rfvsr Rd., Yonkm
L.I., and three grandchildren. MRS. JOHN LIPPINCOTT
FREE
DELIVERY
No more suffering, grief or strife
fUlCtt
ANYWHttl
Parts for
Cupez. She had been a resiBCvtrty 7-8600
He hos posted from death
Drowning* Victim
MRS. FRED A. CINDER
Into eternof life.
dent of Hastings for the past
391
South
Broodwov!
Word has been received here 20 years and was a communiSadly mlsMd by his wife, children Seton Alumna
Aurora-Atlas
2431.233rd. St., Bronx, N.Y.
«t P<Ht S t r M I
Mlrlom, Moureen, Brendon, Brlon K
Olinvfll. 3-3074
Mrs. Sallle K. Glnder. a native of the death by drowning In Cal- cant of St. Matthew's Roman
gro^ddoughhH, Joyce A Dole.
Y03-1899-YO
3-5112
Lionel-Tyco
1-3
of Yonkers, died Wednesday at ifornia of Mrs. John Lippincott, Catholic Church.
the Burke Foundation in White the former Theodora GIzicky of
She Is survived by five stepRace Sets
'LEATHER' BARff WATER
Plains. She was the widow of Yonkers.
children, Frank Bankowlta of
Bom
In
Yonkers
on
Dec.
31,
LONDON — A now simulated- Fred A. Gindef. •Saw Mill River Rood
the home address, John of Haleather shoo material, a plastic
An alumna of the Seton Acad- 1921, she was the daughter of stings, Mrs. Edmund J. Huott
developed In Britain, Is said to emy here, Mrs. Glnder had been Theodore and Blanche Kalosky of Dobbs Ferry, Mrs. Charles
UI.GR 8.1188
HOBBY SHOP
OHM t ttrt
wnr-H~rm.HfCfi*>r
bo permeable to water vapor but a resident of White Plains the Gizleky. She was an alumna of Kuchera of kenllworth, N.J.,
212 MfW* *M. fruit off ludfew)
not to water.
last 40 years. She was a com- Gorton High School and Hart- and Stephen Bankowitz of YonYOr>k*rt 9-9701
munl^ant of Mount Carmel wick College, Oneonta, N.Y. She kers.
%, mk
was married to Mr. Lippincott
Ifasssil
Church there.
rOJSKERS FVISERAL HOME, Int. She Is survived by a sister, on Dec. 15, 1942 at the MonasMr*. Mary K. Corballs of 3 tei y Church of the Sacred Heart
29 HUDSON ST. - OR ft-6666
Grecnridge Ave., White Plslnn. where she was a communicant.
A8HBITRTOM AVE.
Her father, a former Yonkers
THOMAS F. QMRAIAY Sr.
, PK»n« YO ft-8072
pJiceman, was a district advisMRS.
JOSEPH
PrVARNTK
1885 Founder 1959
or in the circulation department
Tolrphonr Employe «M-8-4
of The Herald Statesman before
•4^tnrmmT«i,»c.
Mrs.
Edna
M.
Pivarnik,
58,
of
»«/*•« l t » »
SPECIALISTS
ho retired last year. Mrs. Lip.
133
Sagamore
Road,
Tuckahoe,
a*0*4M
RENT A CAR
died on New Year's Day In plneott had- I'tyM in California
Cross County Hospital after a since 1947.
She Is survived by her husshort illness. She was employed
\M (H|"UW|NWwit
by the New York Telephone Co. band; her parents in Largo,
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(Sandra) Dickens and Miss SuPlains.
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PUIS, f a mitt
san Lippincott, both of Oakley;
Mrs.
Pivarnik
was
born
In
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Official, Dies
Law Post
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In Break-In,
Knife-Thrvat
2 Girls In
flaying Case
Get Threats
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Bulletin
Woman, 27,
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An Attacker
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