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WILKES-BARRE RECORD, TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1936 Thirteen Mitchell Palmer Dies Former U. S. Attorney General Suffers Heart Attack After Operation Washington, May 11 A former Attorney General and one time candidate for the Democratic Presidential nomination, A. Mitchell Palmer, died in Emergency Hospital today of a heart condition following an operation for acute appendicitis. He was 64.

bedside when he died were his second wife and only daughter, Mrs. David Lichtenberg of Mount Vernon, N. Y. The former Cabinet officer, who served as Attorney General during the last two years of the Wilson Administration, was operated upon April 29. He had been making satisfactory.

progress until early when, his physician said, cardio complications developed. Born of Quaker stock at Moosehead, on May 4, 1872, Palmer served as Alien Property Custodian during the World War, a post that embroiled him in controversy over German dye and chemical patents. He was called to head the Justice Department in February, 1919, but his appointment was not confirmed until August of that year. Before retiring as AttorneyGeneral, Palmer announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the Presidency and received 267 votes at the San Francisco convention in 1920 where James M. Cox eventually received the nomination over William Gibbs McAdoo and Palmer.

Educated in Pennsylvania schools and colleges, Palmer served the Keystone State in Congress from 1908 to 1915. He was a delegate and member of the party's executive committee at the 1912 and 1916 conventions, heading the movement which won the nomination for Woodrow Wilson. Upon assuming office, President Wilson offered Palmer the post of Secretary of War, but the of his religious faith, Penneylvanian declined. Since leaving public office, Palhad been practicing law in Washington. He also was identiwith business interests at Stroudsburg, where he, maintained a summer home.

Tentative funeral arrangements provide for services Wednesday at 11 a. m. (EST) at the home of a life-long friend, Malcolm S. MoConihe, with Dr. Z.

B. Phillips, rector of the Church of The Epiphany, officiating. Interment will be at Stroudsburg, probably on Thursday. Commenting on Palmer's death, Attorney, a General great lawyer, Cummings said: distinguished public servant, and outstanding citizen. He my friend of many years' tanding and his death brings to me a deep sense of personal lose and sorrow." Palmer Had Summer Home at Stroudsburg Stroudsburg, May 11 Mitchell Palmer, former U.

S. Attorney General who died today, was a resident of Stroudsburg, and spent his summers in this Pocono Mountain country, During the rest of the year. his time was divided chiefly between Washington and Florida. He had been chosen a Pennsylvania delegate-at-large to the Democratic National Convention next month. He maintained a law office in Stroudsburg in partnership with his C.

Raymond Bensinger, and also Stroudsburg banking connections. OBITUARY neral Home, 465 South Main Street, to Pine Hill Cemetery, for services at the grave at. 2. PETER J. WALSH Peter J.

Walsh, lifelong resident of Pittston Township, died, yesterday afternoon at 3:30 home, .95 Oak Street, Browntown, after a short illness. He is survived by the following Mrs. children: Mrs. Edward Hennigan, Harry Bailey, Mrs. Patrick Noone, Mrs.

John Kerwin, Mre. Frank Ketcho and James Walsh, all of greater Pittston; also a sister, Mrs. Katherine O' Reilly, Beacon, N. two brothers, Michael and James Walsh, Newburgh, N. 21 grandchildren and two grandchildren.

MRS. WINIFRED CLEARY Mrs. Winifred Cleary, 79, of Berwick Street, White Haven, died Sunday, morning at 6:30 of general debility. The funeral will be held from her home Wednesday morning at 9 followed by a requiem high mass in St. Patrick's Church, White Haven.

Interment will be at the parish cemetery. Mrs. Cleary is survived by three daughters, Mrs. P. J.

Langan, Scranton; Mrs. P. F. Harrity, Kingston, and Julia, at home; two sons, Edwards of Hoboken, N. and Thomas of White Haven; a sister, Mrs.

Margaret MoBride of White Haven. CAROLINE F. SUGALSKI Caroline Frances Sugalski, 5 months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sugalski, West Enterprise Street, Glen Lyon, died late Sunday night at the family home of pneumonia, Besides her parents 8 sister Eleanor survives.

The funeral will be held from the with Wednesday, St. Michael's home morning- at 9 Church, Glen Lyon, the rector, Rev. A. J. Lafaj, officiating.

Interment will be in the parish cemetery. HENRY F. GROSS Henry F. Gross, 64, of 86 North Grant Street, city, died yesterday morning at 2:30 after severals days Illness. For the last four years he resided at the home of a sister, Mrs.

Harden. He was a foris by a brother, Arthur mer resident, of Shickshinny. He Gross of Bellefonte. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1 with the body being removed from Kniffen's Fn- MRS. THOMAS BRIDLE Mrs.

Thomas Bridle, 62, active member of Shickshinny Methodist Episcopal Church, died of diabetes Sunday morning at 11:30 at her home, Union Street, Shickshinny. Mrs. Bridle is survived by her husband and the following children: Mrs. Harry Betts of Reading, Mrs. Harry Stout of West Pittston, Mrs.

Harold Scott of Shickshinnv, and Raymond Bridle of Shiekshinny. Nine grandchildren and the following brothers and sisters also survive: Mrs. Martin Thomas. Mrs. Virgie Sutliff, and Mrs.

Alice Garinger, all of Berwick; Jerry Andress and William Andress of Kingston, John Andress of Pond Hill. Funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 from the home with Rev. Mr. Stenger of Shicksbinny officiating. Interment will be in Pond Hill Cemetery, Death Ends Career A.

MITCHELL PALMER MRS. SHIFFER OF PITTSTONS DIES Husband of 75-Year-Old Widow Died in 1934 Mrs. Esther Bryden Shiffer, 74, widely known and highly esteemed resident of the Pittstons for nearly 75 years, died yesterday afternoon at her home, 804 Susquehanna Avenue, West Pittston, Born in Pittaton, October 20, 1866, she was a daughter of the late James A. and Margaret Young Bryden. Her husband, Frank Shiffer, died September 9, 1934.

Mrs. Shiffer was a member of First Presbyterian Church of West Pittston and its Ladies' Aid Society. Surviving are two sons, Frank E. and Robert B. Shiffer of Pittston; her step grandmother, Mre.

Martha Bryden, Wilkes-Barre, and three grandchildren. Mrs. Diminica Novenski Parsons Resident, Dies Mrs. Diminica Novenski of 605 South Main Street, Parsons, died yesterday morning at 10 at her home. The funeral will be held from her home Thursday morning at, 9, followed by a high mass of requiem at 9:30 in St.

Francis's Church, Miners Mills. Interment will be at the parish cemetery, East End Boulevard. She is survived by her husband, Stanley, and the following children: Mrs. John Yanushonis of Miners Mills, Alexander and Walter at home, Mrs. Joseph Stalinskie at home, Albert, Edward and William at home; also two brothers, Frank.

and Ambrose Buzinskas of Parsons, and a sister, Victoria Lithuania. MRS. GEORGE KLOWATCHING Mrs. George Klowatching died last night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Petrika, 950 Bennett Street, Rose Hill, Luzerne, following an illness of complications.

Funeral services will be private Wednesday at Honeywell Davis Funeral Home, 365 Bennett Street, Luzerne. GASTON KRAKER Word was. received here last night of death of Gaston Kraker of Sumter, S. at Richmond, early last evening, after short illness. Deceased was the husband of the former Miss Bertha Constine of South River Street, city.

Mrs. Kraker left WilkesBarre about 25 years ago, but she and her husband had visted the city frequently and were well known here. Besides his wife, Mr. Kraker is survived by a daughter, Frances, who is X-ray technician at Hahnemann Hospital, Scranton. The funeral will take place Wednesday morning at Richmond with interment at that place.

FUNERALS MRS. MARY HUGHES Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Hughes were held yesterday morning from her home, 264 East Market Street, city, followed by a high mass of requiem in St. Mary's Church. Celebrant of the mass was Rev.

Thomas Leonard. During the mass, Frank O'Neill sang. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, where Father Leonard pronounced final benediction. Bearers were William Hill, Frank Snyder, Joseph Ney, John Wright, John Heffernan, Andrew Michalo.

MRS. EVAN THOMAS Mrs. Evan Thomas was buried yesterday afternoon with many friends and relatives attending funeral services at the home, 182 Hillside Avenue, Edwardsville. Preaching was by Rev. -R.

J. Reese of Kingston, assisted by Rev. Gomer Fort. Interment was at Forty Many floral tributes marked rites and these were carried by the following grandchildren, Janet Jones, Edith Jones, Morgan MoAvoy, James Thomas, Margaret McAvoy Williams, Mary McAvoy Williams and several children. Bearers were Thomas D.

Thomas, John McCarin, Joseph Adamchik, Oliver Herbert, Patrick Klune and Ted Watkins. THOMAS M'MAHON Many friends and relatives yesterday Thomas morning attended the funeral McMahon, held from the home of Mrs. Joseph Stemmer, 253 Lehigh Street. A high mass of requiem followed in St. Mary's Church.

Celebrant of the mass was Rev. J. R. Burnet, who also led final services at the family plot in St. Mary's Cemetery.

Bearers were Charles Alles, William Baltz, Thomas O'Donnell, Edward Gallagher, William Davis, Chris Ander, -ALPHONSO Alphonso PASCAVAGE Pascavage, 351 Union Street, Luzerne, was held at, 9 yesterday morning with high mass of requiem in St. John's Church, Larksville, by Rev. Paul Kopicki, with Rev. W. Buda, Swoyerville, and Rev.

J. Mroziewski, Kingston, at the side altars. Bearers were Frank M. Korshalla, Joseph Korshalla, George Eget, Paul Hudock, Andrew Cooper and Andrew Kounchak, representing St. George Slovak Lodge, Group 184.

Interment was in St. John's Cemetery, Dallas. CHESTER MYERS Funeral services for Chester Myers were held yesterday afternoon at 2 from the home of his father, Robert H. Myers, 55 Monahan Court, with Rev. M.

S. Mumma officiating. Interment was at Hanover Green Cemetery where Rev. Mr. Mumma concluded services.

Flower carriers were Irving Thompson, Thomas Hankey, Thomas ANTHONY FOSS OF SWEET VALLEY DIES Brother of 2 Protestant Ministers Was 81 Anthony Foss, 81, lifelong -resident of Sweet Valley and a brother of two Protestant clergymen, died at the home of his son, Frank Foss, Sweet. Valley, yesterday morning at 2:30. He was a member of Church of Christ at Sweet Valley and took an active part in the affairs of its organizations. He leaves two sons, Frank, with whom he resided, and Martin of Luzerne; three brothers, Rev. James Foss of North Rush, N.

Rev. Frank Foss of Carlisle and Charles Foss of Sweet Valley. Funeral will be held from the Frank Foss home Wednesday afternoon at 2. Rev. E.

H. Waterstripe will officiate. Interment will be in Maple Grove Cemetery, Jones, Richard Myers, Mott Stiles and James Eddy, Pall bearers were Thomas Nelson, John Nicholas, Clarence Johnson, William Bowden, Russell and Willard Swank. STEPHEN E. WARD Stephen Ward was buried yesterday morning after services at McLaughlin Funeral Home, South Washington Street, city, followed by a requiem high mass at St.

Mary's Church. Celebrant of the mass was Rev. Raymond O'Neil. Interment was in the family plot, St. Mary's Cemetery, where Rev.

Father O'Neil pronounced benediction. Pall bearers were Joseph Ward, John Ward, James Anderson, Clarence Martindale, Charles Graham and Russell Kuebler. MRS. WILLIAM LLEWELLYN The funeral of Mrs. William Llewellyn of Plains wag held yesterday afternoon from the family home, 49 Helen Street, with services in charge of Rev.

Lorenzo D. Thomas, pastor of Miner Congregational Church, Plains. During the services at the home J. Henry Morgan, baritone, sang. Interment was in Denison Cemetery, Forty Fort.

Pall bearers were David J. Morgan, John Alexander, Thomas J. Jones, William Davis, William Pugsley and William Southern. MICHAEL KACHMAR The funeral of Michael Kachmar was. held yesterday morning at 9 from the late home, 206 Cherry Street, Duryea.

A requiem mass was celebrated at 9:30 at Sacred Heart Church by Rev. Michael Polcha, assistant pastor of St. John's Slovak Ohurch, Pittston. Burial was in St. John's Slovak cemetery, Duryea.

Bearers were: John Kalafut, John Rotz, John Dziak, Michael Evancho, Stanley Zwiac, Paul Lukas. Flower carriers: Michael Ondrecka, Michael Zanko, Joseph Petro, Michael Bodnar, John Evancho, Stephen Mikliscak, Joseph Bachkesky, Peter Shedlock, and Andrew Kupchko. MRS. ELIZABETH BROWN Funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, esteemed Nantico*ke resident, took place yesterday morning at 8:30 from the home of her son, Michael Brown, 284 Blackman Street, Wilkes-Barre, and was attended by scores of relatives and friends.

There were numerous floral tributes. A requiem high mass was celebrated at 9:30 in St. Francis's Church, Nantico*ke, by Rev. J. J.

O'Donnell. Interment was in the parish cemetery. Bearers were Leo Brown, Francis Brown, Charles Brown, Michael Brown, William McMahon and Daniel McMahon, grandchildren of the deceased. ANTHONY FELA Funeral of Anthony Fela was held yesterday morning at 8:30 from the home, 455 Garfield Street, Honey Pot section of Nantico*ke, and was largely attended by relatives and friends. There were a number floral offerings.

A requiem was celbrated at 9 in St. Stanisuas' Church by the rector, Rev. V. L. Biczysko.

Interment 'was in the parish cemetery. Bearers were George Machung, Stanley Machung, M. Ulatowski, Ignatz Rogowski, Peter Kubelarz and John Varick. STEPHEN DERKACH Funeral of Stephen Derbach took place yesterday, morning at 8:80 Funeral of Stephen Derbach took place yesterday, morning at 8:80 First Step To Summer Beauty An Isaac Long Sermanent Wave An Isaac Long permanent wave is a priceless possession during the summer months. I groomed and lovely when It keeps your hair well the weather is wilting.

And, most important of all, it leaves your hair healthy, soft and lustrous to withstand the drying influence of summer sunshine. Our competent hairdressers will suggest a style most becoming to the contours of your face. $10. and $15. Isaac long, Mrs.

Leafie W. Eveland, Forty Fort, Dies at Mrs. Leatie Wilkinson Eveland, 56, a Forty Fort resident, 2:30 died yesterday afternoon at following an illness of two years. She was born Sweet Valley and resided in Forty Fort most of her life. She taught in the Forty Fort schools for 80 years and was a member of the Forty Fort M.

E. Church. She is survived by her husband Samuel of Wilkes-Barre; a brother, Francis, A. Wilkinson of Forty Fort, and one sister, Mrs. Pearl Stout of Forty Fort.

The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 from the Snowdon Funeral Home, North Franklin Street, city, with services private. Interment will be at Maple Grove Cemetery, Sweet Valley. from the home, 129 Oak Stret, Hanover section of Nantico*ke, and was attended by relatives and friends. There were a number of floral tokens. A requiem mass was celebrated at 9 in Holy Transfiguration Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church by the rector, Rev.

Demeter Gulyn. Interment was in the parish cemetery. ROBERT ALLEN Funeral services for Robert Allen of Dallas, who died Sunday night at Nesbitt Memorial Hospital after a paralytic stroke, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 in Dallas M. E. Church.

The body will lie in state at the church on Wednesday from 10 until 2 for friends who wish to view the remains. George M. Dallas Lodge, No. 581, will conduct Masonic services at the grave in Denison Cemetery, Forty Fort. MRS.

MARGARET HAMMOND Impressive services for Mrs. Margaret Hammond, who died Thursday at St. Petersburg, were held yesterday morning at the. M. F.

Kelly Home, 44 Hudson Road, Plains, with many persons in attendance. Rev. William Higgins, curate of Sacred Heart Church, Plains, conducted the services and pronounced final benediction at the grave In St. St. Mary's Cemetery, Hanover.

Pall bearers were Dr. Deinnen and Dr. John Houk, both of Cleveland; Stanley Smith, William O'Brien, Dr. Matt O'Brien and William E. O'Brien.

MRS. W. D. WHITE The funeral of Mrs. W.

D. White of the Marilyn Apartments, South Walnut Street, Kingston, was held yesterday afternoon from her home with Rev. Leon K. Willman of First M. E.

Church officiating. Interment was in Mt. Greenwood Cemetery, Pall bearers were employes of W. D. White Drug Store: Edward P.

Gannon, Edward P. Gannon, M. Gurman, Stephen Pappas, John Lisonnie and Stephen Pettebone. MRS. L.

ROGERS Funeral services for Mrs. L. L. Rogers were held yesterday afternoon from her home on North Maple Avenue, Kingston, with many persons attending. Services were conducted by Rev.

Norman Clemens of Kingston M. E. Church and interment was at Denison Cemetery. Pall bearers were Charles Beech, Dr. W.

E. Strous, Robert Edwards, Arch Hutchison, Frank L. Remmell and Prof. Joseph Pooley of Madison, N. formerly of Kingston.

THADDEUS SAPEK Final rites for Thaddeus Sapek were held yesterday morning at 9 from his home, 7 Wyoming Street, Ashley, followed by mass of requiem 9:30 in Holy Rosary Slovak Church. Celebrant of the mass was Rev. Michael Bernat who also conducted final services at the grave in St. Mary's Cemetery. Pall bearers were Andrew Demko, John Gabana, Joseph Antolik, Andrew Skolnik, Charles Yabroski and Gabriel Oskovich.

PATRICK CAFFREY The funeral of Patrick Caffrey, 788 Lehigh Street, Georgetown, will be held from the home, tomorrow morning at 9 with a requiem mass at 9:30 in St. Joseph's Monastery, Georgetown. Interment will be at St. Mary's Cemetery, Hanover. In a list of nieces and nephews deceased printed in the Record yesterday the names of Annie and Bridget Caffrey and George Caffrey, all of Providence, R.

were omitted. LESLIE JOHN PROSSER Funeral services for Leslie John Prosser, former Kingston resident, killed by a bus in New last week, were held yesterday Funeral Parlors, Wyoming Avenue, afternoon from Hugh Hughes Kingston. Services were conducted by Rev. Enoch Hughes of Edwards Memorial Church, Edwardsville. Pall bearers were William Robbins, Oswald Jones, Clarence Rosser, William L.

Morgan, Richard Rosser and Dr. F. B. Rosser. THOMAS HOGAN large morning number of attended, persons yes; terday funeral services for Thomas Hogan held from the home of his daughter, Mrs.

Edward McGuiness, 14 Custer Street. A solemn high mass of requiem was held in St. Mary's Church. Celebrant WAS Rev. Joseph McGowan, assisted by Rev.

Burnet, deacon, and Rev. Raymond O'Neil, sub-deacon. Rev. Paul Vilk was seated in the sanctuary. Interment was in the family plot, St.

Mary's Cemetery, where Rev. Father McGowan pronounced benediction, Frank O'Neill sang during the mass. Bearers were John Quinn, Charles Levan, John Haughney, William Hogan, Michael O'Neil and Martin Hogan, all nephews of the deceased. HELEN WHITMAN The funeral of Helen Whitman was held yesterday morning from the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Walter Whitman, 86 Oliver Street, Swoyerville. An angel was was held at St. Ann's Church, Luzerne, and interment was at the parish cemetery, Lehman. Celebrant of the mass was Rev. John Kundreskas.

Many floral offerings were carried by Helen Humza, Mary Jugas, Arline Wilchumski, Rosemary Dula, Helen Yakus, Andrew and Rita Zimnisky. Pall bearers were Bernard and Alfred Dombrauskas, Francis Whitman, Bobby Whitman, Leonard Jugas and Jackie Zelanak. GEORGE DANKO The funeral of George Danko was held yesterday morning from his home, 168 Grant Street, Exeter, with scores of friends and relatives in attendance. Rev. Basil Lipeczky celebrated a requiem mass at St.

Michael's Greek Catholic Church, Pittston, and pronounced benediction at the grave in St. John's Slovak Cemetery, Pittston. Bearers were Zavada, Andrew Mesaris, Joseph Hermit, Andrew Arway, Michael Hromisin and Michael Benis. Flower carriers were William Daileda, Joseph Burban, August Nemecki, Steven Pestak and Michael Thomas. Belmont Dance Tonight Belmont Club May dance will be conducted tonight in the Eagles' room.

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Sentence was deferred until next Monday. The heads, medical exhibits, were in a suitcase stolen from the automobile of Dr. Edgar Poos, Philadelphia, who had intended to use them in 8 lecture before the Wayne County Medical Society, NEW YORK, MAY 11 (P) -More than 200 striking seamen ploketing the pier of the I. M. M.

Liner Virginia after her arrival from the West Coast were arrested tonight when they failed to disperse on orders of. 20 policemen. Charged with disorderly conduct, ten patrol wagon loads of the pickets, many bearing placards, were taken to a precinct station. PINE BUSH, N. MAY 11 (P) -Four bandits wearing overcoats from which they produced three pistols and a submachine gun held up the National Bank here today and escaped in an automobile with a fifth man at the wheel after ing the bank of virtually all available cash.

State Police Sergeant Burt Tanner said the bandits obtained $13,000. PHILADELPHIA, MAY 11 (AP)A pretty blue-eyed 18-year-old girl, who said she is June Clarke, but who was identified by detectives as Julia Zelenack of New York, told Magistrate Charles Amodel today Figure Youth for all ages Duo: Sette Lily of France A Lily of France Corset gives firm, youthful control to every type figure. It fits so smoothly you never know you're wearing it. And no one else knows you're wearing a corset, either, because there's not a line or bulge to show even under sheerest frocks. There's a particular model for your figure, whether it requires a little smoothing or -very firm control.

Duo-Settes $8. to $16. Girdles $5. to $12. Isaac long "it's the easiest thing in the world" to live at a hotel without paying the bill.

She admitted she walked from two large hotels here without paying for rooms and meals. NEW YORK, MAY 11 -Money -long available to the large corporate borrower on easy termshas finally become easy to the man in the street. The National City Bank of New York today Announced interest rates on, personal loans would be reduced to 4 per cent per annum, the lowest rate for this type of borrowing that can be had anywhere in the world. AUSTIN, MAY 11 (P)-C. L.

Greenwood of Austin obtained a temporary injunction today restraining the Centennial Commission of Control from permitting expenditure of funds for placing a statue of "Buffalo Bill" Cody on the Centennial grounds at Dallas. NEW YORK, MAY 11. (P)- The American steel industry paid out in taxes to Federal, state and local governments nearly $73,000,000 in 1935, 8 sum equivalent to full year's pay for 57,360 steel employes, the American Iron Steel Institute reported today in a apecial survey. This sum was approximately 16 per cent greater than it was in 1934. Central M.

E. Church Women to Meet Today Women of the Central M. E. Church will meet tomorrow morning at 10 to sew, lunch at noon, and attended a business meeting at 2. A meeting of the W.

C. T. U. will follow. Seminary Singers of Boston University, under the direction of Prof.

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