Document 53219

HERALD STATESMAN, YONKERS, N.Y., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1963
Samuel H. Dow Past, American
Legior, and was one of the original filers of the post's Fife and
Drum Corps. He also belonged
to Terrace City Lodge, Order of
Elks. '
-was promoted to sergeant. He re% JOHN DE LUCA
He was a member of the Yon-14 Months OJd
j ceived certificates for outstand- kers Civil Defense Corps and
John De Luca, the 14-month-old | ing police work in 1939 and 1942 was a radio operator on its Resson of Michael and Lillian De- ] from the Department of Public cue Team.
Luca of 2 Highland Place, died I Safety's Honor Board. Mr. WilSurviving besides his mother
Saturday. at-St. John's Riverside liamson retired in 1952 after 27 j are four b r o t h e r s , Douglas,
Hospital after a brief illness.
years of service with the force. jAbrom, George and Wilfred, all
Also surviving are his maternSurviving besides his wife are of Yonkers; five sisters, Mrs.
: d grandparents, Dominick and four sons, Thomas R. of Mount I Mary Bunch of Connecticut, Mrs.
Pierina Attili: a brother, Michael, Vernon and John J., Joseph R. j Carrie Ferguson - of Brooklyn,
• ind a sister, Maria, all of the J r . and Robert G., all of Yon- Mrs. Carmelita Walton and Mrs
* lorae address.
kers; a daughter, Mrs. Joseph j Bertha Jarvis. both of Yonkers,
(Carolanne) DiSciorio of YonMiss Rosella Walker of New
JOSEPH K. WILLIAMSON SK. kers: two sisters. Mrs. Michael I and
Rocheile, and several nieces and
Retired Police Sergeant
(Marion) Rodak and Mrs. Edson i nephews
Joseph R. Williamson Sr., 60, tMae) Knibbs, both of Yonkers '
of 12 Boone St., a retired ser- and five grandchildren.
MRS. WILLE CLARK
geant with the Yonkers Police
j South Carolina Native
Department, died Monday at his FRANK A. WALKER
Mrs. Margaret Clark, 57, of 15
home.
! Monroe St., wife of Willie Clark,
Civil Defense Aide
Born on March 25, 1902 in YonFrank Augustus Walker, 37 of I died Monday at Cross County
kers. son of the late Thomas R. 1444 Maple St., an employe of I Hospital after a long illness.
and Nora Hogan Williamson, he the Hastings Moving & Storage I Born in Sheldon, S. C , on Jan.
attended St. Mary's School. He Cc. on Saw Mill River Road, j 18, 1906, daughter of the laj,e
married the former Margaret died Sunday at his home.
Jack and Ella Pinckney, she
Sloan in St. Peter's Church on
Born in Yonkers on June 16 came to Yonkers in 1924. She
July 4, 1926.
1925, son of Mrs. Ella Price was married to Willie Clark in
Mr. Williamson was appointed Walker and the late Thomas 1938 in New York City. Her husto the police force on Aug. 16, Walker, he attended Yonkers band is employed with the City
1925 as a patrolman. He served public schools and served in the of Yonkers Sanitation Departwith trie-Detective Division from U.S. Army during World War II. ment.
1S30 to 1942. On Feb. 1, 1942, he
Surviving besides her husband
Mr. Walker was a member of
OBITUARY NEWS
DEATH NOTICES
AUTHORITY TO APPEAL
are a son and two daughters by
a previous marriage, Enoch Robinson of Bridgeport, Conn., Miss
Alice Robinson of Mount Vernon
and Mrs. Frances Castle of Yonkers; two daughters by her second marriage, Mrs. Russcener
Smith and Mrs. Eloise Barnwell,
both of Yonkers, and five grandchildren.
MRS. ELLA McVICKAR
Long Resided Here
Mrs. Ella Van Ness McVickar
of 42 Park Ave. died yesterday in
St. John's Riverside Hospital after a short illness. The daughter
of the late Gertrude Radcliff Jenkins and David Tomlinson, she
was born in New York City Jan.
4, 1879.
- The Tomlinsons moved to Yonkers in the 1890s and in her youth
Mrs. McVickar was a member of
the first U. S. golf club on the
grounds of the Sheets Estate on
North Broadway at Shonnard
Place. The informal group later
became the St. Andrew's Golf
Club.
She is survived by a daughter,
Ada J. McVickar, of the home
address, and a sister, Mrs. John
M. Longaere of Philadelphia.
MELVILLE PARKHURSTWas Otis Machinst
Melville Parkhurst, 86, a form e r resident of Yonkers, died
Sunday at his Jacksonville, Fla.
home after a long illness.
Born in Maine on Aug. 4, 1876,
he married the former Gertrude
Crotty in 1899 at Tarrytown and
moved to Yonkers in 1905. His
wife died in 1949. Mr. Parkhurst
was a machinist with Otis Elevator Co. for many years until
his retirement about 16 years
ago. He moved to Jacksonville in
1952.
Surviving are two sons, Harold
of Yonkers and George of Jacksonville; two daughters, Mrs.
Frank (Lila) Clark and Mrs.
Frank (Delia) Tynan, both of
Yonkers, eight grandchildrena nd
nine greatgrandchildren.
W
Court Ruling Upsets
Tubes-Trade Center
LUIGI
SCEPPAQUERCIA,
former delegate for the Rock
Drillers Union in Yonkers and
proprietor of a grocery store on
Willow St. for many years,
whose . obituary
appeared
in yesterday's edition.
Corona
(Continued from Page One)
WALTER
BORGHARD
Walter Borghard,
Electric Firm
Executive, Dies
Walter J. Borghard, 56, of 1
Bronxville Road, executive vice
president of the Ward Leonard
Electric Co. of Mount Vernon,
died of a heart attack yesterday
at Fairview Hospital in Great
Barrington, Mass.
Born in Richmond Hill, L. I.,
on Nov. 28, 1906, son of the
late William and Catherine Merton Borghard, he attended PrattInstitute in Brooklyn.
With Ward Leonard since 1934,
Mr. Borghard was promoted to
his final position last_year. Prior
to that he was a member- of the
firm's board of directors.
In 1957 Mr. Borghard won the
Westchester Personnel Management Association's award for
"outstanding achievement in industrial relations in the county."
He was a member of the Westchester P e r s o n n e l Association and of the -National Electric
Association of Manufacturers.
Mr. Borghard also maintained
a residence in Hillsdale.
Surviving are his wife, the former Elizabeth Deckert; three
brothers, Herbert J. of Bellrose,
L. L, William J. of Mount Vernon
and Eugene H. of Hillsdale, and
two sisters, Mrs. Irene Powers
and Miss Mildred Borghard, both
of Cambria Heights, L. I,
and " a total ruin of a thriving
business community."
The association was formed to
represent merchants in the a r e a
where Ihe proposed trade center
would stand.
Association attorneys contended
that the statute was so broad it
would allow the Port Authority
to create the trade center "for
private use and private benefit."
"In the circumstances," the
Appellate Division ruled, "we
find that portion of the act which
permits the creation of a World
Trade Center to be unconstitutional.
Proceeding Blocked
"In consequence," it added,
"and because of the (trade center - railroad) unification provision, the authority may not go
forward with the condemnation
proceeding in connection with
the tube project."
In Albany, the New York Assembly speaker, Republican Joseph F . Carlino, said: "Whatever we can do to overcome the
court decision and correct the
situation, I would think the
Legislature would do. Of course,
we will want to examine the
decision thoroughly."
Republican State Senate' Majority Leader Walter J. Mahoney
Railroad to Continue
A Port Authority spokesman was not available for comment.
said several days probably will
elapse before the Appellate Division ordpr is formally entered
into the court's records. Until
then, he said, the railroad's |
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operation will continue in the
hands of the authority's Trans the Venezuelan government are
Hudson Division, which took it considered political and no Braover last Sept. 1.
zilian law was broken.
The-New York and New Jersey
Brazil followed this line with
Legislatures passed identical acts Portuguese rebel Henrique Galauthorizing condemnation of the vao two years ago after he
bankrupt H&M system, which seized the luxury liner Santa
connects Manhattan and New Maria and brought her to Brazil.
Jersey by tunnels under the HudThe ship's second mate and
son River.
eight stowaways were reported to
The legislative actions en- have commandeered the freightabled the bistate Port Authority er shortly after she left La Guito purchase the railroad and its ara, port of Caracas, on Feb. 12
terminal buildings in Manhattan. for the United States.
Communist sources in VenezueThe authority planned to construct around the terminal build- la claimed other members of the
ing on Manhattan's lower West 36-man crew joined the hijackSide a $270 million World Trade ers, who identified themselves as
of the
pro-Castro
Center in an area bounded by guerrillas
Church, Liberty, Vesey and Bar- Armed Forces for National Libclay Sts. and the Hudson River. eration (FALN).
Merchants F e a r Harm
The authority said income from CHRISTMAS TREE STAYS
SYRACUSE, m —City fathers
the center, housing offices of international trade concerns, would will permit a Christmas tree 50
pay off bonds issued to finance feet tall to remain in Clinton
Square in N the heart of the busithe construction.
The Downtown Small Busi- ness district—for a while. Businessmen's Association challenged nessmen in the area asked that
the legality of the condemnation the tree be left in the park. In
act, saying the trade center previous years, the city's Christthreatened them with
"sub- mas trees have been removed in
stantial and irreparable injury" early January.
NEW YORK <*>—The Appellate
Division of the State Supreme
Court has ruled unconstitutional
the acquisition of the Hudson &
Manhattan Railroad — more
familiarly known as the Hudson
Tubes — by the Port of New
York Authority.
The court, in a 3-2 decision
yesterday, said it was issuing a
temporary injunction "restraining tho condemnation of the
tubes and tubes properties" because of the authority's plan to
tie in the acquisition with a proposed World Trade Center in
lower Manhattan.
The ruling held that the statute
passed by the State Legislature
to allow the acquisition was so
broad in terms that it violated
the state constitution's limit on
the rights of eminent domain.
The court said the act also
opened the way for private enterprise to profit from the trade
center.
The Port Authority, stating its
intention to appeal the verdict,
said it will seek, a formal stay
of the order until the state's
highest tribunal — the Court of
Appeals in Albany — has a
chance to study the issues.
moriy against her because he was
the only witness capable of testifying.
Griffith waived immunity and
8LANCHARD—William H. of 1 Sunny- G L A S S — G e o r g e . Of 249 West 62nd 8MYTH—Joseph E. of - Bronxville on
fide Drive on Monday February 18.
Street. New York City. On February
Feb. 18. 1963. Beloved husband of
testified against Mrs. Corona be15. 1963. At Veterans Hospital. NewReglna Lynch Smyth. Devoted father
1963. Beloved husband ol Erna K
fore the grand jury, Mr. RubenYork City. Survived by wife. Grace
of Joseph C. Smyth and Joan P..
Har.by Blancliard. F a t h e r of William
McGilvery
Glass.
Also
survived
by
Flaherty. Also survived by
four
H. Jr., Robert C , and James 1 .
feld stated and added that he had
three
daughters.- Barbara.
Grace
grandchildren. Reposing at Fred H.
Bianchard. Brother o'" Mrs. Helen
agreed to do the same at the
and Nancy Glass, one sister, Mrs.
McGrath and Son Funeral Home.
Ge:sz. Reposing at the Flynn Memtrial.
-Lester (Ann) Norberg and one brothEro'nxville. Requiem Mass at St.
orial Home, 82 Ludlow Street at
er.
Edward
Glass
of
Jac'.ison
Joseph's
Church.
Bronxville
on
Stanley Place. Funeral on T h u r s According to the reports of the
Heights.
Long
Island.
Interment
was
Thursday
Feb.
21st
at
9
a.m.
2-20
day a t 9:30 a.m. High Ma;-s of
crime,
Mrs. Corona had never
Tuesday,
February
19
in
Pine
L.nwi
St.
Peter's Church
ut
Requiem
National Cemetery, Long Island.
thought
her daughter-in-law good
2-20
10 a.m.
2-20 WATTENBERG—Grace A., of Bronxenough for her son. She was alville.
N.Y.,
on
Feb.
19th,
1963.
BeYonkers Naval Militia Veterans reloved wife of the late J o h n Wattenlegedly jealous of the girl and
Srets the passing of our shipmate. H A R T - L o m t a (Tierneyi. Of Tuekaberg. Devoted mother of Marjorie
hoe. On February 18. 1963. Beloved
William H. Bianchard. Post services
had opposed the marriage to her
Cummlngs
arid
Richard
Wattenberg.
wife of Thomas P. Hart. Sister of
v ill be held at 8:00 P.M., Wednesday
Reposing
at
the
Mortuary
Chapel
of
son James, 23, a beauty shop
Elizabeth
Fosberry
and
Margaret
evening at the Flynn Memorial Home.
Christ Church after 3 P.M. ThursPepe. Reposing 8t Fred H. McOrath
worker.
• J. W. S t a h l . Commander Pro-Tern.
day.
Service
at
Christ
Church,
fc Son Funeral Home, Bronxville.
6-20
Grandmother Cares for Baby
Bronxville. on Sat., Feb. 23rd at
Requiem Mass. immaculate Concep10:30 A.M.,
2-20
After the killing, the young
tion Church. Tuckahoe. on T h u r s Uembers
Alan F. Waite Post No.
day, February 21 at 10:00 A.M.
American
Legion
Mrs. Corona's baby remained in
299.
MRS.
WILLIAM
C.
BAUM
2-20 WILLIAMSON — Joseph R. Sr. Of 13
will gather on Wednesa crib in the apartment, unatBoone Street. On Monday. February Native of Yonkers
day evening. February
tended about.eight hours before
20 at 8:00 P.M. at t.ie HEATH—E. Blanche. On Feb. 19, 1963.
18. 1963. Beloved husband of M a i Mrs. Anne Marie Baum, 39, of
Flynn Memorial Home,
garet Williamson (nee Sloan). Father
Beloved mother of Mrs. Gertrude
his
father arrived home. Since
to pay respects to their
of John J., Joseph R. Jr., Thomas 165 Hillcrest Road, Mount Vernon
Webb. Service at Havey's Funeral
departed comrade. WilR., Robert G.'Williamson, Mrs. Jo- a native of Yonkers, died Mon- the death the baby has been
Home Inc.. 107 N. B'wy.. Yonkers
iam H. Bianchard.
seph DiSciorio and orother of Mrs. day at Grasslands Hospital in cared for by the dead woman's
on Fri., Feb. 22 at 3:00 P.M. InterWilliam T. Tolany, Commander.
Michael Rodak
and Mrs. Edson
ment. Oakland Cemetery on Sat.
2-20
mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Corona
Knibbs. Reposing a t the Flynn Mem- Valhalla.
morning.
2-22
had been married less than a
orial Home, 82 Ludlow Street at
BOROHARD—February 19. 1963. SudBorn
on
July
26,
1923,
daughter
Stanley Place. Funeral on Thursday
B.
On
Feb.
year when the crime took place.
denly, at Fairview Hospital. Gr?at McCLAIN — Raymond
19th. 1963. Beloved husband
of
at 9:30 A.M. High Mass of Requiem, of the late Carmine and Mary
Barrington, Mass. Mr. Walter J.
Mrs. Corona's husband, Angelo,
Catherine
Gill
McClain
of
20
PaliChurch
of
St.
John
the
Baptist
at
Hesslin De Nisco, she moved to
Borghard.
Husband
of
Elizabeth
and
her daughter, Mrs. Mary
sade
Ave.
Father
of
Edward
J..
10:00
A.M.
Interment,
St.
Joseph's
Deckert Borghard of Hillsdale. N.Y.
Mount Vernon at ah early age
Catherine and Joseph McClain, broCemetery.
2-20
Ann
Cerullo
of the-Bronx, were
snd
Bronxville. Funeral
services
ther of Edward F., Frank W. and
and had resided there ever since.
Frjday at 11:00 A.M. from St. John
present
at
yesterday's
pleading.
Harold
McClain
and
Mrs.
Peter
Her husband, William C. Baum,
in the Wilderness Episcopal Church.
(Alice) Walsh. Reposing at Yonkers
Mr.
DiRienzo
said
that
he had
Copake Falls. N.Y. Friends may call
In
Memoriam.
is employed with the New York
Funeral Home, 67 South Broadway
at the Peck & Peck Funeral Home,
discussed the matter thoroughly OTHER DEATHS
at Highland Ave. Requiem Mass.
Telephone
Co.
Copake, Wednesday and Thursday.
Immaculate Conception (St. Mary's) FARINA- George
ARTHUR GRIFFITH, 76, rewith them before permitting Mrs.
2:00 o'clock to 4 0 0 o'clock and 7:00
Mrs. Baum was a communicant
Church, on Saturday at 10 A.M. InHappy birthday In Heaven.
tired chief editorial writer for
o'clock to 9:00 o'clock. The family
terment, St. Joseph's Cemetery. 2-22 2-20 Wife daughter fz granddaughter. of the Church of the Sacred Heart Corona to plead.
have requested In lieu of floweis,
Mr. DiRienzo told Judge Gal- the Miami Herald, at Miami, F l a .
in Mount Vernon.
contributions to St. J o h n in i h s McVICKAR—Ella Van Ness Tomllnson.
loway that there were mitigating
FRANK A, MESTA, 68, execuWilderness Episcopal Church.
2-21
LEPORE—Emanuela.
Surviving besides her husband
Of 42 Park Avenue. On February
Three years have passed since t h a t
circumstances in the crime. He tive vice president of and'treas19, 1963. Beloved mother of Ada
are
a
daughter,
JoAnne
of
the
sad day. .
CONTRASTANO—John B. Of 379 East
Jaffray McVickar. Daughter of Ihe
The one we loved was called away,
home address, and a brother, said also, "I think she (Mrs. urer of Mesta Machine Co. since
lfi2nd Street, Bronx, N.Y. On Sunlate Gertrude Radcllffe Jenkins and
God took her home, it was His will, John DeNisco, and a sister, Mrs- Corona) is sick, maybe not under 1954, at Pittsburgh, P a .
day. February 17, 1963. Beloved
David Tomlinson. Sister of Mr*
But in our hearts she liveth still.
the law, but sick. If she was prohusband of Tessie Cacciatore ConJohn M. Longaere. Funeral privale.
Husband, children tz grandchildren. Katherine Congello, both of Mount
JOHN STRAWBRIDGE, 88, a
t r a s t a n o . Devoted father of Leonard,
Please omit flowers.
2-20
voked by hatred, it was hatred
2-20
Vernon.
Morris. Joseph. John and Mrs. Joformer partner of W. H. Newbecause
she
loved,
He
said
he
seph iMariei Picarello. Reposing, at MINICHETTI—Adelina (nee DIFigirilo).
t h e Edward Piacente F u n e r a l Home. "Oa Tuesday, February 19. 1963. At LUTZ—Anna. In loving memory of :>ur PIETRO FAZIO
hoped Mrs. Corona would receive bold's Son & Co.^ and a member
285 East 149th Street. Bronx. N.Y.
dear Mother who passed away Febher home, 38 Park Hill Avenue.
(in prison) the. mental aid she of the Philadelphia Stock ExRetired Contractor
"
High Mass of Requiem, Thursday,
ruary 20. 1959.
Beloved wife of the late Nicola
change since 1897, at Philadel'•
February 21. 11:00 A.M. in St.
Mlnichetti. Mother of" Mrs. Frank Four years have passed since that
Pietro Fazio, 82,. of. 17 Ridge needs."
Anthony's Church. Willow Street.
sad day.
(Eva) Serena. J o h n . Romeo and
Police traced Mrs. Corona phia, Pa.
St., Eastchester, a retired conI n t e r m e n t , S t . Joseph's Cemetery.
Ettore Mlnichetti. Funeral from t i e One we love was called away,
through
a taxicab driver and
2-20
Cola Funeral Home. 136 Yonkers God took her home, it was his "will tractor, died Saturday at LawAvenue. Saturday. February 23 at But In our h e a r t s she liveth still.
rence Hospital.iitBronxville after scratches on Griffith's face. The
Daughters and Sons
9:30 A.M. Solemn H'8h Mass of 2-20
DOYLE—James V. of 6* Corbalis PI.
arrest was made March 27 by
a short illness.
Requiem. Mt. Carmel Church at
suddenly on F e b . "18. 1963. Beloved
Yonkers police. Det. Lt. AlexBo'rn
in
Italy
on
Oct.
8,
1880,
10.00
o'clock.
Interment,
family
plot.
husband of the l a t e I r e n e Moore
ORMOND — Katherine. A First AnniPatterson, New Jersey.
„
:>-22
Doyie. Son of the late Abert N. andversary Mass will be offered a t 9:00 son of the late Antonino and ander Reid, Det. Sgt. Joseph NaLqretta Doyle, devoted father of
A.M.. Friday, February 22 in St. Giuseppina
Consolo Fazio, he der and Dets. Charles Jackson
A., of
625
James A. Doyle J r . and nephew of MORRISON—Raymond
Joseph's Church.
South Broadway, on Mon. Feb. 18.
came to the U.S. and Cleveland, and Charles Taylor of the YonkMae and Frances Doyle. Reposing
Dear mother you have gone,
1963. Beloved husband of Elsie Morat the Whalen Funeral
Home. 168
With the. Saviour to dwell;
Ohio, in 1906. He married t h e ers police received police honor
rison (nee Yonick), father of RayPark
Ave., corner v of
Glenwood.
We'll miss you, 'tis true.
mond
J..
Mrs.
Lucille
Overaas.
the
former
Maria G. Ricciardi in awards from the Macy WestHigh Mass of Requiem in St. Anthings well.
late Margaret Ann Morrison, brother 2-20 But God doeth
chester newspapers for their sothony's Church. Nepera Park on
Italy
in
1903.
Children
fc
brother.
of Frank A. Morrison. Reposing a t
T h u r . Feb. 21- at 10 A.M. Interment
lution of the crime.
the
Flynn
Memorial
Home,
82
LudMr.
Fazio
moved
to
Eastchesfamily plot.
'
2-20
low St.. at Stanley Place after 1
These men were responsible
ter
17
y
e
a
r
s
ago
and
had
resided
Card Of Thanks
P.M. Wednesday. Funeral on Saturthere since. He retired in 1947. for finding a man who saw a
FORREST—Edwin B on Feb. 18. 1963.
day at 8:30 A.M. High' Mass of ReBeloved husband of Anna Tondra
quiem, St. Margaret's Church. River- HOOLIHAN—Margaret & Fdward. We
Surviving besides his wife are taxicab stop in front of the
Forrest. Resting at Havcy's Funeral
dale at 9 A.M. Interment, St. M a r y s
wish to extend our heartfelt thanks a daughter, Mrs. Josephina La- apartment at 185 Bronx River
Home. Inc.. 107 No. B'way. YonCemetery.
2-21
and appreciation for the acts' of
kers. Mass of Requiem at St. Barkindness,
messages
of
sympathy. quidara of Eastchester; a Son, Road on the day of the killing.
tholomew R. C Church, Palmer Rd. NICHOLSON - - Mary (nee O'Rourke)
beautiful floral offerings. Spiritual Anthony, of Cleveland; a brother, The man remembered seeing a
*.- Saw Mill River Rd. on Wed. Feb.
formerly of Yonkers, at Patchogue,
bouquets, those who donated cars
white woman and a Negro man
20 at 10 A. M. I n t e r m e n t Gate of
L. I., on Feb. 18th. 1963. Beloved
that we received from our kind Vincent, of California; two sisHeaven Cemetery
2—20
wife of the late Francis G. Nicholfriends, neighbors and relatives dur- ters, Mrs. Mary Tomasello of get out of the cab and enter
son and mother of Mrs. William
ing our recent bereavement. We Cleveland and Mrs. Rose LoPres- the building.
(Mary) Erickson, Mrs. Leo (Eileen)
especially want to thank the Priests
No date has been set for the
. Rellly. Richard J.. George J.. Wilat St. M a r y ' s ; ' t h e Church of I:n- ti of North Hollywood, Calif.; six
liam N. and Francis O. Nicholson. v. maculate Conception: the Nurses and grandchildren,
sentencing of either Mrs. Corona'
and
one
greatFuneral from the E. W. Maloney &
Aides on the Third Floor of 5t.
or Griffith.
grandchild.
Sons Funeral Home. 11 Ludlow St.,
J o h n ' s Hospital: " the Ballas. Pennel
on Sat.. Feb. 23rd at 9:30 A.M. High
Asst. Dist. Atty. Warren J.
and
Mosher
families;
the
Water
REASONABLE
Mass of Requiem in St. Denis
Bureau of the City of Yonkers; MRS-NICOLA MINICHETTI
Schneider represented the proseChurch at 10 o'clock. Interment,
PRICES
City employees: Holy Name Society; Mt. Carmel Communicant
family plot.
2-22
cution in court.
Teamsters Local "No. 456. the WoMrs. Adelina Mlnichetti, 74, of
men's Institute, friends from Grady's,
Dr. _Queally and ?>trs. Whalen of 38 Park Hill Ave., widow of
the "Whalen Funeral Home.
regularly $1995
The Powers <fc the Hoolihan families. Nicola Minichetti, died yesterday
at her home.
2-20
Born in Italy on Oct. 13, 1888,
(Continued from Page One)
KOWALSKI - M a r g a r e t . We wish to daughter of the late Donato and
extend our hearifelt
thanks
and Giovanna Sarenci DiFigirilo, she
Sow Mill River Rood
appreciation for the a r t s of kindstriking unions — the AFL-CIO
HASTINGSON-HUDSON 6. N. Y.
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
ness, messages
of
symathy -And came to thrr U.S. and Paterson, Cleveland Newspaper Guild—has
Tcl.GR 8 - 1 1 8 8
beautiful
floral offerings
received N.J., in 1935. She moved to YonFREE PROMPT DELIVERY
(one week
only)
undisclosed terms of a peace
from our kind friends and neighbors
during our recent bereavement In kers in 1959. Her husband died -pact offered by publishers. The
YO 5-1742- 20 TUCKAHOf RD. *
the loss of our beloved wife and two years ago.
guild has given tentative approvsister. We especially
t h a n k ' the
Mrs. Minichetti was a mem- al of the new contract.
Priests of St. Bartholomew's Church
and St Casimlr's Church; the Im- ber of the auxiliary of the Sts.
maculata .Group of St. Caslmir s Cosma & Damiano Society, Inc. 3 1 Approval
Church: the Third Order of the
At ITU headquarters in ColoSacred Heart; employees of Otis here. She was a communicant of
rado
Springs, Colo. r the printers'
Elevator
Co
:
employees
of
BurOur Lady of Mount Carmel
X on-Sectarian
roughs
Welcome.
Tuckahoe:
the Church on Park Hill Ave. and a union announced that its memNurses of Professional Hospital. ~~
bers over the nation have apSaw Mill River Road
2-20
Husband, sisters fc brothers. member of the church's Sacred
proved
nearly 3-'to-l a special
]
Heart
Society.
Hastin0$-on-Hud»on, West. Co., N. Y'
She was formerly a member additional one-year assessment
! ASSEMBLY' SEAT FILLED
, Single grave* and family lots.
of Sf. tvco's Church in East to aid members in New York
and Cleveland.
NEW YORK m — Attorney Paterson.
Reasonably priced. Terms arranged.
;
T h e International Executive
Surviving
are
a
daughter,
Mrs.
Noah Goldstein, a Democrat,
Write for Book of Photographs
Frank (Eva) Serena of .Yonkers; Board of the American Newspaj will fill the state assembly seat three sons, John of Yonkers, per Guild, meeting in WashingVisit the ..Cemetery or
| left vacant last Dec. 15 by the Romeo of Lodi, N.J., and Ettore ton, urged the New York pubNew York Office: 551-5th Ave., New York 17, N. Y.
\ death of Attorney Samuel Bon- of Caldwell, N.J,; a sister, Mrs. lishers to enter into "genuine
Rosaria D'Aurizio of Paterson, collective bargaining, e i t h e r
(om, also a Democrat.
and six grandchildren,
abandoning their claims of poverty or substantiating it."
RAYMOND B. McCLAIN
The board also urged the five
Hubirshaw Clerk
newspapers which shut down volRaymond B. McClain, 63. of 20 untarily to resume publication as
Palisade Ave., a stock clerk at soon as possible.
the Habirshaw Wire and Cable
Co., died yesterday at St. John's SHOT OUT THE I J G H 1 5
Riverside Hospital after a short
BURNEY, Calif. (* - A huntillness.
' .
er shot a 60,000 volt line apart
Mr. McClain had been with the and the town of Burney was
company for 25 year*. H e . w a s without electricity for 12 hours^
a native of New J e r s e y , ' born
Now you can save on this world famous walking
LROAL NOTICI
Deo. 29. 1899, and a son of the
late Frank and Alice Duffy McNotice It her«br tfvtn th»t »rr;t,-»shoe, specially priced for xme week only.
Clain. RrouRht to. Yonkers as a tlon h»» t*«n tntd« to the Common
FOR THE PAST SEVERAL MONTHS WE HAVE PLACED AT THE DISPOSAL O f OUR
of the City of Yonkere br
youngster, he attended schools Council
Jtmelra Butei. Inc. for » content to
FAMILIES. THE UNLIMITED USE OF A NEW NINE-PASSENGER VOLKSWAGEN BUS AT
here »nd served in the Navy ooertte » motor but line on and tlont
N O ADDITIONAL EXPENSE.
certain hicnwtrt In Uie city of Yonduring World War I.
ker*. t« followt:
-Block, Blue, Brown, Bone and White Suede,
THIS COMFORTABIE VEHICLE HAS BEEN SO WELL RECEIVED THAT WE HAVE DE
His first wife, the former Mary
ALONG New York 8tkte Thruway
beilnnlnt tt the boundary line of the
CIDED TO EXPERIMENT A STEP FURTHER.
I/nighlin, died in 1958. He later City
of Ne* York end the City of
Sizes 5 to 11, AAA A to C widths.
married Catherine Gill.
Yonkert: thence tlont New York
AWARE THAT MANY FRIENDS Of THE BEREAVED ARE UNABLE TO VISIT WITH THEM
A former member of the Pacoy aute Thruwty t« Interchtnce 2
Street): thence tlont Yonkert
AT THE FUNERAL HOME DURING THE RECEPTION PERIOD BECAUSE O f TRANSPORTAGub, he was a communicant of (CUrk
Aveaue between Centrtl Park Avenue
>
TION PROBLEMS, WE HAVE DECIDED TO EXTEND THE FREE USE OF OUR SHUTTLE BUS
the Church of the Immaculate •ad the entrance to Yonkert Raceway
In
the
vicinity
of
Trenchaxd
Street,
Conception (St. Mary's).
FOR THEIR CONVENIENCE. THIS BUS WILL OPERATE WITHIN THE CONFINES Of OUR
and return via the tama route.
^Surviving besides his w i f e ' a r e ALSO, alont Central Park Avenue
CITY BETWEEN THE HOURS O f 1 AND 4 P.M. DAILY. SIMPLY CALL YO 3-5179 BEfORE
New York State Thruwty
two sons. Edward J. ot Brewster, between
686 WHITE PLAINS ROAD • Vernon BuM Shopping Center
Interebante 2 and Interchantt 1 (Hall
N O O N O N THE DAY YOU WISH TO VISIT.
and Joseph of the Bronx: a daugh- Place), at part of a route or routat
EASTCHESTER
OR 2-0100
John J. Flynn, Jr. • William / . Fhnn • J ants E. J-^nn
ter, Miss Catherine McClain of In the City of Yonkert. between the
City of New York and Yonkert RaceLong Island; a
step-dauffher, way.
ALSO: 516 5th AVE. corner of 4Srd
And that purtuant to Section M of
Mrs. Joseph (Marie) Melville of
Trantportatlon Corporations Law
Long Island; three brothers, Ed- the
5SS MADISON AVE. corner of 54th
and a resolution duly patted by tald
ward F . of Demarest, N.J., snd council, a public heating will be had
[Frank W. and Harold C. of on such application at the Common
Council Chambers. City Hall. City of
Yonkers; a sister, Mrs. Peter Yonkert. New,York, on the 26th day
at
DIVISION Or r L O R S H t l M SHOKS
| (Alice) Walsh of Yonkers; a«d of Pebruary. 1M3 at (00 r w
time and place all person* ineight grandchildren. He was the which
teretted In such application will be
brothrr also of the late Owart heard.
JOHN S. MAHKK
and Thomas McClain and the lafe
City Clart. City of Yonkert
Mrs. Anna Radigan.
*—20
,m. *
Freighter
THAYER,
CNEIL
SPECIAL
$ 90
15
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