Clipped From The Times
CAFE MAN DIES", HERE 25 YEARS Thomas Manno, 46, of 4717 Olcott avenue, proprietor of a local cafe, lit:u uwy t ou u,u5s llua- pital yesterday The deceased who uu . m V - dent of this city for the past 25 ears. w mpmW of the Tmmaru- late Conception church and served on the East Chicago oolice force during the Callahan administration. He was also a city fireman. Surviving are his wife: Santina; three sons, Jerry, Frank and James Bar bar; three daughters, Felicia and Rose Barbar and Angelina Manno, Funeral services will be held at 10 'clock Saturday morning from the home with the Rev. M. A. Cam- pagna officiating. Burial will be in the St Mary's section of Elmwood cemetery. The body may be viewed at Fife's chapel until Friday afternoon when it will be removed to the home.