Ex-Justice of Peace Led Move to
Close Bund Camp at Yaphank
SPECIAL TO THE NEW YORK TIMES
Nov. 15, 1944
Patchogue, L.I., Nov. 14- Gustave Neuss Sr. of Yaphank, who has a Brookhaven Town Justice of the Peace in 1937 launched a campaign that led to the closing of camp Siegfried, operated by the German-American Bund, died here yesterday in the South Shore Convalescent Home. He was seventy years old.
Born in Brooklyn, he came to Yaphank twenty-three years ago. He was Democratic Committeeman in his home district for many years and he was elected for Justice of the Peace in 1933.
He leaves a daughter, Olive Neuss of Yaphank; three sons, William of Easton, N. J., Gustave Jr. of Yaphank, and Henry of Clifton, N.J., and a sister Augusta, of Yaphank.