Clipped From The Journal News
FRANK J. SCHBOEDEK. Veteran employes of th3 Niles Tool Worts Co. were today mourning the passing of a fellow worker, Frank J. Schrceder, 64, who died his home, 428 Norlh Fifth street, t p. m. Friday, of complications. Mr. Schroeder BUS born in H ilton on July 19, 1866, and lived Â· 11 his life. He was a faithlul employee of the Niles Tool Works lor the past 40 years. He had In ailing health for the past ten years and was confined lo his during the last four weeks. He a life-long member of the St. Btephen Catholic church. Surviving him are two sisters, Kathcrine and Wllhelminn Schrce- der and one brother, Geo. Schroerier til of Hamilton, and numerous ether relatives and friends. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday, at 9 a. m., at the Â· t 9:30 a. m . , at the St. church. Interment wil be made 6t. Stephen cemetery. T^rlnnds may call Monday rmemoon ar,d cvÂ»n- tnc.