A. C, Schmader A. C. Schmader, 65. a member of the Schmader Brothers firm ol building contractors in Canton and father of Paul Schmader of 1306 Lexington ave NE, died late Monday morning in his residence, 805 Clarendon ave SW, ^Canton, following a heart attack he sdstained earlier in the day while at work. Mr. Schmader came to Canton 37 years ago from Lucinda, Pa. He was in the construction business w : ith his brothers, Roman P. and William J. Schmader. He was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic church in Canton, trie Holy ] Name Society and Knights of Columbus. Besides his son and brothers, he is survived by his widow, Mrs. Edna Schmader at home; a daugh-| ter, Mrs. Harriet L. Boyd of Canton; another son, Herman Schmader of Canton; a sister, Miss Susan M. Schmsder of Clarion, Pa.; three other brothers, Lawrence V. Schmader of Canton, Frederick J. Schmader of Pittsburgh, Pa.; and Aloysius Schmader of Lucinda, Pa, and five grandchildren. The funeral wilt be held Wednesday at 9:30 a. m. in St. Joseph's Catholic church, Canton. Inter- be made in the mauso-1 1 leum in Calvary cemetery. The body i s at the Williams eral home in Canton where the Holy Name Society will hold a service this evening at 7:30, the Knights of Columbus will hold a service al 8 p. in. Friends may'call at the funeral home today from 7 to 9 p. m.