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Subject: [Bklyn] Standard Union-March 7, 1931-Death
Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2002 21:04:01 -0500


Standard Union-March 7, 1931-Death

COPS SEARCH FOR KILLERS OF GANGSTER
Racketeer Dies on Steps of Queens Home After Ride

With the identification of the man whose bullet-riddled body was found on
the steps of a home at 85-18 110th avenue, Ozone Park, police to-day are
searching for gangsters who shot Neikola GARIO, 40, 0f 65 Bayard street,
through the back and then after riding him about in their car, pushed him
out near the 110th avenue address, where he died.
The latest, victim in Brooklyn's gang war was identified through
fingerprints which were found to tally with those on file in the police
department bureau of identification. GARIO had been taken into custody
several times recently in investigations.
GARIO was found by police who went to the home of Angelo FERRARA, who lives
at the 110th avenue address, in response to FERRARA'S frantic cries over
the telephone early this morning.
A Spanish type revolver containing four discharged cartridges was found
shortly before noon to-day by a group of children playing within a block of
the Ferrara home.

DEATH NOTICES

BARRY-On March 6, 1931; Sarah, beloved wife of the late Garrett BARRY, at
her residence, 125-02 133rd ave., Ozone Park. Notice of funeral later.

BROOKLYN DIOCESAN UNION OF THE HOLY NAME SOCIETY-
It is with deep sorrow that we announce the death of our beloved president,
Joseph R. GARVEY. All delegates are requested to meet at 7th ave. and 10th
st., Brooklyn, on Sunday, March 8, at 7 P.M. and proceed to his late home
to offer prayers for the repose of his soul.

CABBLE-On Friday, March 6th, 1931, William, of 14 Reid ave.,
Brooklyn. Beloved husband of Mary E., and father of William Jr., Henry and
Richard CABBLE. Notice of services later.

CATHOLIC BENEVOLENT LEGION-Comrades: You are requested to meet Sunday at 8
P.M. at Eighth ave. and Tenth st., to proceed to the home of our late
comrade, Joseph R. GARVEY, at 595 Tenth st., Brooklyn, a former district
deputy of Brooklyn.
John H. FIRTZPATRICK, State President
Ernst WIDMAN, State Secretary

CLARKSON- On Friday, March 6, William CLARKSON, in hi 69th year, beloved
husband of Eldora CLARKSON also brother,father and grandfather. Funeral
services at his late residence, 73 Palmetto st., on Sunday, March 8, at 8
P.M. Interment Monday, March 9, at 2 P.M. in Evergreens Cemetery.

CONNELLY- Michael, on March 5, devoted husband of Catherine SMITH CONNELLY,
letter carrier at Varick st. post office, New York. Funeral Monday at 9:30
A.M. from M.J. SMITH Memorial, 248 Prospect Park West, thence to the Holy
Name Church, where a solemn requiem mass will be offered. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery.

COYNE-Ethel (nee DIELE), on March 6, beloved wife of Thomas COYNE and
mother of Edward BAILEY. Services at her residence, 9065 208th st.,
Bellaire, L.I., on Sunday at 4:30 P.M.

DOWDALL-On Friday, March 6, Richard T., beloved husband of Margaret MC
CULLOUGH, at his residence, 82 Cumberland st. Funeral Monday at 9:30 A.M.
with solemn requiem mass at Church of the Sacred Heart. Interment at St.
John's Cemetery.

DUFFY-John, on Friday, March a6, 1931, brother of Michael, Joseph and Delia
DUFFY, Thomas and James MC ALLISTER. Funeral Monday 9 A.M. from Tracy's
Chapel, 1597 Fulton st. Requiem mass 10 A.M. at St. Jerome's Church,
Newkirk and Nostrand aves. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.

GARVEY-Suddenly, on Friday, March 6, 1931, Joseph R., beloved husband of
Catherine (nee CARNEY) loving father of Regina and Geraldine GARVEY, at his
home, 595 10th st. Funeral Monday at 10:30 A.M. with a solemn requiem mass
at St. Saviour's R.C. Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.

GRAHAM-On Friday, March 6, 1931, Marion H., beloved wife of John GRAHAM,
Sr., and mother of John Graham, Jr. Funeral services will be held at her
residence, 204 Monitor st., Greenpoint, Brooklyn, on Monday, afternoon at 2
o'clock.

HEINSTADT-Suddenly on Wednesday, March 4, 1931, Peter HEINSTADT, beloved
husband of Margaret HEINSTADT and devoted father of Henry and Agnes
HEINSTADT, at his residence, 328 Graham ave. Funeral from SHEVLIN'S
Chapel, 464 Lorimer st., on Monday 9:30 A.M. thence to St. Mary of the
Immaculate Conception R.C. Church, Leonard and Maujer sts., where a solemn
mass of requiem will be offered. Interment St. John's Cemetery.

HURLEY-J. Gordon, on March 6, beloved husband of Anna HURLEY (nee SHARKEY)
and son of James G. and the late Catherine A. HURLEY; brother of Harriet,
Hazel, Bernardine, Genevieve and Ruth. Funeral from his late residence,
1354 Seventy-fifty st., thence to Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, where a
requiem mass will be celebrated at 10 A.M., Tuesday. Interment at St.
John's Cemetery.

HOBBINS-Patrick, of 570 Macon st., suddenly on Friday, March 6, 60 years of
age. Notice of funeral later.

KNIGHTS OF GALENA-Brothers: You are requested to attend the funeral
services of our late brother, David X. SMITH, at his late residence, 7408
6th ave., Brooklyn, on Saturday, at 8 P.M.
M. NASH, President
George ESSEX, Secretary

LONG ISLAND GENERAL ASSEMBLY, FOURTH DEGREE, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS-We
announce with deep regret the death of S.K. James A. MONAGHAN, 1565 73d
st., Brooklyn. Sir Knights will assemble at his residence at 8:30 P.M.
Sunday, March 8. Wear baldric (71st. station West End Line).
Harry S. HOWARD-Faithful Navigator
Thomas J. GUILMARTIN-Faithful Scribe

MC ALEER-Mary, on March 7, at her residence, 111 Seventy-fourth st.,
beloved mother of Mrs. William HINSON, Frank MC ALEER and William
SLATTERY. Solemn requiem mass of Angels R.C. Church, Seventy-fourth st.
and Fourth ave. Interment St. John's Cemetery, Arrangements by Joseph G.
DUFFY.

MC DONALD-On March 5, 1931, at his residence, 219 East 38th st., Brooklyn,
John, beloved son of the late John and Mary A. MC DONALD (nee DOUGHERTY)
and beloved brother of Elizabeth MC DONALD and Mrs. Frank AMES. Funeral
Monday at 9:30. Solemn mass of requiem at St. Catherine of Genoa R.C.
Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.

NINTH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT REGULAR DEMOCRATIC ORGANIZATION-Members are
requested to assemble at the clubhouse, 259 Ovington ave., Brooklyn, New
York City, on Saturday evening, March 7, 1931 at 8 o'clock, and then
proceed in a body to the residence of our late member, David X. SMITH, 7408
Sixth ave., Brooklyn.
Michael P. FAY, President
John W. KIRK, Secretary

PAYNE-William, on Thursday, March 5, 1931. Survived by two sisters, Mrs.
VELLIE and Mrs. BLOT; two brothers, Alfred and Samuel PAYNE. Funeral on
Monday at 9:30 A.M. from residence of his sister Mrs. BLOT, 87 Erasmus st.,
thence to Church of the Holy Cross where solemn mass of requiem will be
celebrated. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.

PROBERT- Donald, infant son of Alfred J. and Katherine CALLAHAN PROBERT, on
Friday, March 6, at the residence of his parents, 412 Charlotte place,
Glendale. Funeral Monday 2 P.M. Interment St. John's Cemetery.

ROMAN- On Wednesday, March 4, 1931, Alice L. (nee DOSCHER) beloved wife of
Steve ROMAN, and sister of Fred DOSCHER. Services Monday afternoon 2
o'clock at her late home, 111 Linden st., Brooklyn. Interment Lutheran
Cemetery.

SCAPLEHORN-Alfred John Sr., age 78 years, at junior's house, 64 34 65th
lane, Maspeth, Wednesday, March 4, 1931. He is survived by four sons,
Alfred J., Jr., Ernest C., Fred E. and Albert V. Funeral services will be
held Friday evening March 6, 8 o'clock at junior's home. Interment Lutheran
Cemetery from junior's home, Saturday, March 7 at 3 P.M.

SMITH-David X, suddenly March 5, beloved husband of Anna BUTZBACK SMITHand
father of Eleanor and David Jr., one brother Joseph W. Funeral from
residence, 7408 Sixth ave., Brooklyn; thence to St. Ephrem's Church, where
requiem mass will be offered Monday, 10 A.M. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.

SMITH-On March 5, 1931, at his residence 443 Blecker st., Harry SMITH,
beloved husband of the late Catherine O'BRIEN SMITH. Funeral from his
residence Monday, March 9, at 9:30 A.M. thence to St. Brigid's R.C. Church.
Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.

SPOR-Suddenly, on Thursday, March 5, 1931, Frances, beloved wife of
Christian SPOR, and mother of Marion and Edna SPOR, 175-12 90th ave.,
Jamaica. Services at the Fairchild Chapel. 8931 164th st., Jamaica, L.I.,
on Sunday, March 8, at 5 P.M.

THIRSK-Charles W., beloved husband of Charlotte BAUM THIRSK, on Thursday,
March 5, at his residence, 9012 77th st., Woodhaven. Services Sunday 7:30
P.M. Interment Monday 11 A.M. Evergreen Cemetery.

VERLIN-On Friday, March 6, 1931, Estelle R. COTTREL, beloved wife of Thomas
F. VERLIN; dear daughter of Catherine and devoted sister of Nora M., George
and William COTTRELL. Funeral from her late home, 2319 Avenue Z, Tuesday
9:30 A.M. Church of St. Mark. Solemn requiem mass.

WESLO-Emma R., died March 6 in her 83rd year. A former resident of 84 Hall
st., Brooklyn. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Lucy RAUCHFUSS, and one
niece, Mrs. Florence KLOPPENBURG. Funeral service on Monday, March 9, at 2
P.M. at 187 South Oxford st. Interment Lutheran Cemetery.

WETZOLD-On March 5, in her 63d year., Mary, beloved mother of Mary
SPITZFADEN,Frances and George WETZOLD. Funeral from her late home, 2034
Palmetto st., Ridgewood, L.I. on Monday at 9:30 A.M.; thence to St.
Matthias R.C. Church, where a requiem mass will be celebrated. Interment
Calvary Cemetery.

WOZNIAK-Emily E, beloved wife of Michael F. WOZNIAK, on March 6th, in her
77th year. Survived by two sons, Frank and William; one daughter, A.
GIBBINS; two granddaughters, two sisters. Funeral services Monday
afternoon 2 o'clock. Interment Evergreen Cemetery, 330 Jerome st.

Transcribed for the Brklyn Info Pages by Kathy Jost-Shouse



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