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Kane county. MTLCHER-MarJorte Melcher, nee McGeough, beloved wife of the late Alfred, slater of John McGeough and Anns McNabb. Funeral from chapel, 4138 Madison street, Wednesday, at 9 a.m., to St. Mel's church. Interment family iot, MESSINEO-Salvatore Messlneo, dearly beloved husband of Margaret, nee Rotalo, fond father of Joseph, brother of Joseph, the late Carmela, Mary and Charles.

Funeral Wednesday, April 13, at 0 a.m. from chapel, 5917 Irving Park road, to St. Pascal's church. Interment Mount Carmel. Inf.

A Venue 3-3426. MTLLER-Mary J. Miller, of CUt Park, beloved wife of the late Irvin fond mother of Wlnalow J. Ryan of Detroit, Clyde A. Ryan, Mildred A.

Lock and Marguerite I. Whitcomb. Funeral Wednesday, 11 a.m., at funeral home. Lake street at Second avenue, Maywood. Member of Oak Park chapter.

No. 539 O.E.S. Interment Oakridge cemetery. Maywood 14 T.GSTAP.Z-Pvt. Charles.

F. Ml stars, U.S.A., NUERNBERG. Germany, April 11 (AP)-A United States tribunal died yesterday in Geneva Community hospital after several weeks' Illness. Mr. Renwick, president of the Chicago Gravel company, was a pioneer in the sand and gravel Industry and was active in convicted Baron ll-JSriPi JOHN F.

EISZNER Services for John F. Eiszner, 77, formerly, in the cooperage business in Chicago, will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 203 S. Marlon Oak Park.

Burial will be in Graceland cemetery. Mr. Eiszner died Sunday in the home of his son, Frank Van Eiszner, In Cleveland. The elder Mr. Eiszner formerly lived in River Forest and Chicago and moved to Williamsburg, Michv five years ago.

He was secretary-treasurer of the John Eiszner Cooperage company, no longer in existence. He leaves his son; a daughter, Mrs. Jane Fite of Philadelphia; a sister, Mrs. W. G.

Oliver and a bro-ther, A. W. Eiszner. both of Oak Park. LOUIS A.

MAIER SR. Milwaukee, April 11 (AP-Louis. A. Maier 77, former northern Wisconsin lumberman and real estate dealer and father of two Wisconsin newspaper men, died today after a long illness. Surviving are his widow, Mary; four sons, Irwin, publisher of the Milwaukee Journal, Harold, news editor of the Sheboygan Press.

Louis, a Minneapolis attorney, and Walter, Oak Park (111.) lumber 96th 382nd killed In action, on Okinawa, April 6, 1945, beloved aon -of fond brother of LAIN SON Funeral Information SOUTH CHAPEL 818 WEST 63D STREET AT HARVARD PHONE WEntworth 6-0023 TUESDAY lATCOCK-Cora 4 p.m., at chapel. VAKDEVEER-Pfc. Richard 2 p.m. In church. WRIGHT-Florenee, 3 p.m., at chapel.

SERVICES TO EE ARRANGED CLARK-Luclle C. NORTH CHAPEL 1501 NORTH ASHLAND AVENUE PHONE LOngbeech 1-2646 TUESDAY SAP-KER-Fobert, 10 a.m. in church. 3 p.m., at chapel FREDA-Anthony, 10: li a.m. in church.

10 a.m.. In church. WEDNESDAY CARLSCH-Herman, 2 p.m., at chapel. FRIDAY HYDE-Lester 1 p.m., at RosehlU Cemetery chapel. SERVICES TO EE ARRANGED SOUTHWEST CHAPEL 1121 WEST 95th STREET PHONE BEverly 6-2162 WEDNESDAY SCHLESINGER-EmlTy, 2 p.m.

at chapel. Ernestvon Wiez-saecker, a veteran German diplomat, and seven other former high Nazi officials on war crimes charges today. Some of the defendants were convicted on industry trade Mr. Renwick associations. He was bom in Elgin of a pioneer Fox river valley family and was well known thruout the area for his business, civic, industrial.

Masonic, and club activities. He leaves two sons, Frank Jr. and George; a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Watt, and four grandchildren. Services will be held at 2:30 p.

m. Wednesday in the chapel at 201 James Geneva. more than one weizsaecker count. Five were found guilty of planning aggressive war, four of criminal roles in the slaying of allied war prisoners and two of mass atrocities against civilian populations in Nazi conquered lands. Weizsaecker, 66, ranked second only to Joachim von Ribbentrop in the Nazi foreign office.

He was', the most prominent among the 21 defendants in this closing case the last in a series of 12 American JENS EN -Char lee Sigurd Jensen, of 6050 S. Sangamon street, beloved husband of Marie, (nee Halveorsen), loving father of Roy, Randl Greb, Lilly Johnson, Agnes Dahlberg, and Arleen veaely dear frandfather of seven grandchildren, fond rother of Martha Eriksen, In Oslo, Norway. Services Wednesday, April 13, at 3 p.m., at funeral home. 1107 W. 79th street.

Interment OakhllL JORDAN-Grace A. late of 5242 Monroe street', beloved wife of John P. Jordan, fond mother of Mrs. Margaret Brouasard and John alster of Mr a. Gertrude O'Neill, grandmother of John Broussard and Ann Louise Jordan.

Funeral Wednesday, April 13, at 9:30 a.m., from funeral home, 5321 Madison street, to Resurrection church. Interment Queen of Heaven, AUstln 7-8020. JOSS-Emily Joss, nee Bigler, beloved wife, of the late Frederick Joss, fond mother of Hulda Stabell, Emily Schmidt and the late Hedwlg Bhime, Walter and Cora Harbecke, survived by one brother, Albert Bigler. Resting at late residence, Bensenvilie, HI. Services, Wednesday, 2 p.m., at Peace Evangelical church.

Interment Eden cemetery. KAHN-Joseph Kahn, beloved husband cf the late Regina, dear father of Sol Kahn and Florence Ingram. Service Tuesday, 2 p.m. at chapel, 5145 Broadway. Interment Rosehlll, KAINZ-Marie Kainz, nee Hillemeyer, of 2534 N.

Marshfield avenue, beloved wife of the late Andrew, dear mother of Catherine Krebs, John, Andrew, Joseph and Frank Kainz, nine grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday, at 9:15 a.m., from funeral home, 3528 N. Cicero avenue, to St. Alyoslus church. Interment St.

Joseph's cemetery. Klldare 5-1320. EARI-Clara Roff Karl, of 4111 W. 58th street, beloved wife of Nels fond sister of August, Anthony John, Ben, Fred and Robert Roff. Funeral Tuesday, April 12, at 9:30 from funeral home, 72nd street and Dorchester avenue, to St.

Laurence church. Mass at 10 a.m. Local Interment. KERWIN-John Kerwin, of 5735 Green street, beloved husband of Bridget S. Stanton Kerwin, father of Mary Shields and Margaret McGunn, brother of Annie Snoop, Agnes Rogers, the late Thomas, and Daniel.

Funeral Wednesday, 9 a.m., from funeral home, 5433 S. Haisted street, to Visitation church. Interment Holy Sepulchre. BOulevard 8-0662. KIMBALL-Marie A.

Kimball, April 8, 1949, late of 5434 N. Winthrop avenue, beloved wife of the late James dear mother of J. Brewster Kimball of Rye, N. fond sister of Mrs. Edward Hudson.

Funeral Tuesday, 10 a.m. at chapel, 5149-51 N. Ashland avenue at Foster. Interment Graceland. LOngbeach 1-5147.

KLEWER-Lecnard L. Klewer, beloved husband of Anna, dear father of Ruth, brother of Norma Williams, Ruth Woods, Grace Klewer, Louise Lowry, the late Otto, Louis and William. At funeral home 1732 Wilson avenue. Service Wednesday, 2 p.m. Interment Graceland.

Member of Ravcnswood lodge No. 777, A.F. A.M. KOLO-See Peter Kolodzie notice. KOLCDZIEJ-Peter (Kolo) Kolodzlej, late of 1822 W.

Huron street, beloved husband of Mary, nee Kolodzlej, fond father of Peter, John, Mrs. Marie Zbilskl, Mrs. Helen, Skowron, Adam, and Stanley. Funeral Wednesday, April 13, at 10:30 a.m., from funeral home, 4255-57 W. Division street, to St.

Francis of Asissl church. Interment St. Adalbert's cemetery. ALbany 2-3600. KOLSSAK-Raymond S.

Kolssak, late of CERRETTI-Joseph Cerrettl, beloved husband of PI nee Pleronl, dear father of Rose Cardosi, Alice Landinl, Ralph and Mary Vander Ecken, fond brother of Angelo and Angela Retail. Funeral Wednesday, 10:15 a.m., from chapel, 1241 N. Clybourn avenue, to St. Bonaventure's church. Intermpnt Mount Carmel cemetery CLEMENTS-Charles LeRoy Clements, of 3350 W.

Walnut street, beloved husband of Elizabeth, fond father of Mrs. Schar-lotte Swensen, grandfather of Charles Swensen, son of Mathilda McKaig, brother of Mrs. Ethyl Llttlefield and Vesta. Funeral Wednesday, 2 p.m., at chapel, 6911 W. Madison street at Mason avenue.

Interment Acacia Park. Inf. call Eotebrock 8-750O. COS-Elisabeth Scott Coe, wife of Aimer Coe, mother of Helen Coe Hubbard, grandmother of Elizabeth Hubbard Wange-lin and Aimer Coe Hubbard. Services, Wednesday, 2 p.m., at 4950 Chicago Beach Drive.

Interment private. Marys-vllle, Ohio, papers please copy. CONSniNE-Frank J. Cuisldlne, April 11, beloved husband of Minnie Regan Consi-dine, loving father of Frank Mary Margaret McCaughey, John R. and Patricia Ann, fond brother' of Mae Schindler, Genevieve Main, and John.

Funeral Wednesday 10 a.m., chapel, Jeffery at 77th to St. Bride's church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment St. Mary.

SOuth Shore 8-8822 COOK-Mary Elsie Cook, beloved wife of Dr. Mario Cook M.D., dear mother cf Francis, William, and Robert, dear daughter of Arthur and Josephine Morrison, sister of Myrtls, Christine, Imo-gene, Thelma, Glynn, Bonnie, Carl, Arthur, and Lannle. Funeral Wednesday, April 13, at 8:30 a.m., from funeral heme, 3440 N. Central avenue to Our Lady oi Victory church. Interment All Saints.

KUdare CRC'SANT-Edward H. Crolsmt, late resident, 2741 W. 69th street, beloved husband of Alice Ruth, nee Dougherty, fond father of Edward, Alice, and Eugene, dear son of Theresa Croisant. Resting at funeral home, 6845 S. Weston avenue, until Tuesday, April 12, until 2 p.m.

Services and Snterment Wednesday at Hollo-wayvllle cemetery, Spring Valley, Illinois. DALY-Edward beloved son of the late John and Mary, nee Casey, fond brother of Frank, John, Gerald, Robert, and the late Mrs. Catherine Sullivan. Funeral Wednesday, April 13, 10 a.m., from chapel, 4245 Madison street to Resurrection church. Interment.

Calvary. DONAHUE-Sarah Donahue, nee Miller, of 40 Adams street, Oak Park, beloved wife of Edward M. Donahue. At funeral home, 17 Madison street, Oak Park. Funeral Wednesday, April 13, at 2 p.m.

Interment Waldhelm. DUDEK-Harrlet Dudek, beloved mother cf Walter, John, Joseph, and Mary, mother-in-law of Gertrude, Frances, and Frank Felski, seven grandchildren, one greatgrandchild. Funeral Wednesday, from 3642 George street, to St. Hyacinth's church. Interment St.

AdaL bert's. Inf. SPaulding 2-6694 DI LIBERTO-Giovanna Dl Lfberto, nee Guidi, wife of the late Matthew, dear mother of Joseph, Kirs. Rose Piriano, Mrs. Dorothy Martinlco, Mrs.

Bertina La Castro and Frank, fond sister of Mrs. Josephine Campabello and Mrs. Margaret Scudero. Funeral Wednesday, April 13, at 9 from chapel, 2322 w. Harrison street, to Precious Blood church.

Interment Mount Carmel cemetery. -HE NY-Dennis A. Doheny, 158 N. Leamington avenue, beloved husband of Mollie O'Neill Doheny. father of Mary C.

and James brother, of Patrick J. and the late John, James and Mary O'Malley. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., from home, 1C3 N. Laramie avenue at "Washington blvd. to St.

Thomas Aquinas church. Interment Queen of Heaven cemetery. ED'A'ARBS-Pvt. Edward W. Edwards, for-teg, merly of Blue Island, 111., killed in ESjjgB action, in The Battle cf the Bulge, PJan.

13, tloved son of William T. and Anna Edwards, fond cf William Jr. vf Chicago and Mrs. Harriett Gannett cf Dalton, HL LAIN SON Washington. AprU 11 (AP)-For-mer Defense Secretary Forrestal, 57, today was reported by a navy physician to be suffering from "occupational fatigue." Rear Adm.

N. L. Pugh, deputy chief of the navy bureau of medicine and surgery, said this type of fatigue affects a person "physically and mentally." He said he had talked with Forrestal and that the former defense chief "talked very rationally." Forrestal has been a patient at the naval medical center in Beth-esda, since a week ago Saturday. Pugh told reporters that no plans have been made to remove Forrestal from Bethesda. He said that Forrestal is "progressing satisfactorily" and could leave the hospital, If he wished, "In a short time." CaJ'ed Nervous Exhaustion Former associates have described Forrestal's ailment as nervous exhaustion.

Cap 3. W. Hogan, fictir medical officer in command cf Ffth-esda, issued the folio f.r; bulletin: "Medical studies now been co-Tleted on Mr. Forrestal. He has lost 25 pounds ot weight in recent weeks.

At the time he has a marked lo blood pressure, a secondary anenia, and a neuromuscular weakness which is characteristicaiiy seen in st, tes of exhaustion. Excessive Fatigue p-esent" "His condition is directly the result of excessive work during the war and years. The only psychiatric symptoms present are those associated with a state of excessive fatigue. "This clinical picture was very common during the war years in those members of th- serviceswho were exposjd to severely fatiguing conditions, and was ordinarily diagnosed 'operational "The physicians in charge of his case anticipate that a period of rest and medical treatment will man, and four daughters, John Devitt, Mrs. Gordon Rich-- mond, Mrs.

Robert Rasmussen, all of Milwaukee, and Frances, of Mather field, Cal. HARRY WALLACE Harry Wallace, 45. Bureau county business man, former resident of Blue Island and a former state policeman, died yesterday in St. Margaret's hospital. Spring Valley, i Bureau county.

Mr. Wallace oper- ated a duck hunting club, restau- Edmund and Teddy. Funeral at Rock Island National cemetery, Wednesday, at 0 a.m. MOORE-Clarence H. Moore beloved husband of Loretta, dear father of Elolss DePace, Thelma Taylor, Clarence and the late Geneva Owen, four grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, fond brother of Floyd and Walter Moore and Esther Brook3.

Funeral Wednesday, at 1:30 p.m., at chapel, 7032 Wemworth. Interment Evergreen. MOREY-Lotta S. Morey, April 9, 1949, of 1320 Chicago avenue, Evanston, I1L, wife of John Morey, mother of Mrs. Susan M.

Harney, Tokyo, Japan, and Mrs. Elmer E. 6anderson, Evanston, BL, grandmother of James M. Harney, Mrs. w.G.

Reynolds, Mrs. S.C. Alexander, John and William E. Sanderson. Service 4 p.m., Tuesday, at chapel, 1567 Maple avenue, Evanston, Burial private.

Please omit flowers. MUELLER-Minnle Mueller, April 10. late of 3611 N. Seeley avenue, dear sister of Robert, Louise Wandtke, Bertha Stiglich, Frieda Mnssner, Walter and the late Ewald. Funeral Wednesday, April 13, at 3 p.m.

from funeral -home, 2058-58 Belmont ave. to Montrose cemetery. E. Murray, nee Kerr, at Mountain cme, Arkansas, formerly of Melrose Park, beloved wife of WiUiam fond nother of Mrs. Vera Schwsrts, grandmotner of Charles John and Llla Mae, sister of Mrs.

Burt Reid, Mrs. Evelyn Whitr--' m.j Robert E. Kerr. Services Wednesday, 2 p.m., as funeral home, Lake street, at Second avenue, Maywood, Interment Mount Emblem. Maywood 14.

NOBLE -John Noble, April 9, former ly of Oak Park, father of John Mar garet Helen Liddle, Hubert M. Stanley D. Services Tuesday, April 12, at 2:30 p.m., at chapel, 124-124 Madison street, at Lombard Oak Park. Interment Forest Ho.r.e. NOWAKOWSKI-Dr.

John J. Nowakowskl, beloved husband of Stella, nee Behnke, dear father of Clemens brother of Joseph J. and Edward and Emily Stachowlcz. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. from chi'p'i, 3842 George street to St.

Hyacinth church. Interment St. Adalbert's. 'Informatics SPaulding 2-6684. PANAGITOnOS-Nlcholas Panagltoros, be-1-wed husband of Bessie, dear father of Peter, Alex, John, the late Liberty Nlt-keas.

Resting at funeral home, 192 S. York street, Bensenvilie, HI. Service Thursday, 2 p.m., at St, George's church. JOHN CARROLL SONS "HOME FOR FUNERALS" -ERIE AT WABA3H-AV. WHitenall 4542 F.AVE MABEL BOLL, ONETIME f0UEEN OF IN N.Y.

AT 5U New York, April 11 (AP)-Mabel Boll, 54, the blonde, onetime "queen of diamonds," died yesterday at a state hospital for the mentally ill. Isadore Siegel, assistant attorney general in charge of the state division of mental hygiene, said he understood she died of natural causes. She was committed to the Manhattan state hospital March 15 under her married name of Mrs. Mabel Boll Cell a. She married her fifth husband, Theodore Cella, at Fort Lauderdale, Jan.

.30, 1940. C.H. JORDAN CO. 94 Yrs. Service Superior 7-7709 200 E.

ERIE. 1 block E. of Michigan F7NERAL HCf.iE I trials. Iowa Judge Dissents The war plotting convictions were the first obtained in an ail-American court on that charge. But the three judge court split over the ruling.

Judge Leon W. Powers of Deni-son, refused to concur in' all the convictions and said he would hand down a separate dissenting opinion. Joining in the majority ruling were Judges William C. Christianson of Red Wing, and Robert T. Mag ire of Portland, Ore.

Until today no German had been found guilty of plotting aggressive war since the international military tribunal handed down its verdicts nearly three years ago. The international tribunal tried Goer-ing, Von Ribbentrop and 17 other top Nazis. In the present case Weizsaecker' was found guilty on the aggres- rant and tavern, and corn cob grinding factory, all in Bureau. He i leaves his widow, Ruth, and a son. Dirk.

Another son, Lt. Robert 1 Wallace, was killed in action in Europe in World War II. Services will be held in Princeton. Bureau county, at 2 p. m.

tomorrow. -CEMETERIES- GRAVE LOT UNICN RIDGE CEMETERY Will sell ail or part. Perpetual carer i' reascmb'e cffr rusd Dickers P-1! -DEATH NOTICES- -IN MEM0R1AM- MRS. VERNA B. PACKARD Services for Mrs.

Verna B. Packard, 81. of 7609 East Lake Sheffield and Dlvrsey. Interment Irving Park cemetery. PARKHILL-Katherine Parkhill, April 10, result in recovery." SUNDQUTST-Alfred Sundouist, beloved husband of Wilhelmlna, father of A.

Richard Sundqulst, grandfather of Dorothy S. Gardner, great-grandfaUier of Nancy. Funeral services at funeral home, 552a N. Clark street, Tuesday, 1 p. m.

Interment Memorial Park. SLUSSER-Mllton Slusser, of 7742 Colfax avenue, beloved husband of Carrie Keefe, fond father of Mary Gertrude Snyder, brother of Mrs. Bertha Pohler. Resting at funeral home, 1817 E. 71st street.

Funeral Tuesday, to St. Bride's church. Eolejnn High Mass, 9:30 a.m. Interment St, Mary's. Huntington, Indiana papers please copy.

PLaza 2-5829. SULLIVAN-TImothy P. Sullivan, age 52, of 602 E. Cass street, Jollet, April 10, 1949, son of Mrs. Johanna Sullivan and the late Florence, brother of Mrs.

Josepb (Mary) Scheffler, Nora, Catherine, Mrs. Walter (Hanna) Weishaar, and Lawrence, all of Jollet and John of New Lenox. Funeral services from his home, Wednesday, April 13, at 9 to St Mary's church, 9:30 a.m., Interment Mount Olivet cemetery, Jollet Member of B. of R.T. and D.V.

of F.W, THOMAS-Herbert G. Thomas, April 10, 1S49, of 2312 Ridge avenue, Evanston, husband of Mary G. Thomas, father of Mary Thomas Hlndricks, grandfather of Carls Mary Hlndricks. Service 4 p.m., Wednesday, a', chapel, 1567 Maple avenue, Evanston. Burial private.

'FANUERS-Margaret J. Fannin. In 1-ving memory. DEVC7ED FAMILY FESCHY -Marie Louise Fischy. To i beloved wife, who Arr.l 12, 13i dedicate my infinite affection.

CLEMENT FIESCKY. (fRANCIS-Sarah M. Francis. In cherished memory of rr.y tebvei rr.c'.r.T, who passed aay fcur years an VArj. DAUGHTER HELEN.

Goldstine. In Icvir.g memory of cur dosr one. thirteen years today. DAUGHTER. 'STUt-rVTM-Marr-Ie In loving memory of cur beloved daughter and sister, who passed away thirteen years go tclav.

and TAD, KAP-EY AL. tE F.CY-Ge:r W. LeF.ry. In icv'r? cf rir ar.d rr who r.isse4 awv cn ye-r sea today. E-AU1HTFF.

AUCr ao geof-je. I- eight yars. Swet Kemaries" BERTHA, JACK ALU SALLY. fife GEORGE G. BOOTH, NEWSPAPER CHAIN FOUNDER, DIES AT 8U Detroit.

AdiU 11 (AP)George Deioved wile oi tne late Rev. J. w. park-hill, fond mother of Rev. E.

D. Parkhill of Philadelphia. Mrs. L. H.

Adams, WiUiam Mrs. R. S. Force and Mrs. G.

E. Scott. Resting at chapel, Jeffery Boulevard, at 77th street. Funeral notice late. SOuth Shore 8-8822.

PETERS -Gottfried Peters, beloved husband of Yvonne, dear father of Fred. Services Wednesday, 1:30 p.m., at St. Luke's church, Belmont and Greenview avenues. Interment St. Lucas.

Remains will lie In state in church from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., Wednesday. Resting at funeral home, 1458 Belmont avenue. G. Booth, 84, founder of the Michi-1 gan Booth newspaper chain and an executive ot the Detroit News PETERSON-Lt. Walter R.

Peterson, U.S. A.A.F., 8th Air Force, over trance April 24, 1944, beloved son of Ida and the late Gustave. dear brother "PCRTO-Anna Lucia Porto, April 12, Gracious, Gentle Mother, Always sweet and kind. Ton only saw the good in folks. And to their faults were blind; Cod's taen you to heaven.

Where all ts Joy and mirth, Cut the place you left so empty. No one can fill on earth. HUSBAND, SONS AND DAUGHTER. 'AMPSON-Pfe. John R.

Sampson, U.S.t.l.C for til years, died today. His death followed an illness of several weeks. He was known as a patron of the arts. In 1927 he created the Cranbrook Foundation which adjoins Bloomfield Hills near Detroit, The foundation includes an art- academy, boys and girls' schools, science institute, primary school, and a massive church. Booth retired from the presidency of the Evening Ne vs association, publishers of thi Detroit News, in 1929 to devote full time to his project a Cranbrook.

The newspaper organization Ivlhitary services Rock Island National cemetery, Rock Island Arsenal, Rock Island, 111., Thursday, April 21, at 1 p.m. Thomas M. Egan, April 10, of SJ17 E. 76th street, beloved son cf the late John and Josephine, loving brother cf Loretta Eeran and the late Frank J. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a.m., at chapel, Jeffery boulevard at 77th street, to St.

Bride's church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment family lot. SOuth Shore 8-6822. EISZNER-John F.

Eiszner, April 10, at Cleveland, Ohio, formerly of Chicago, father of Frank Jane E. Fite, and th late Donald brother 6f August Mrs. L. A. Oliver and the late Henry G.

Services Wednesday, 2 p.m., at home, 203 S. Marlon street (Wisconsin avenue) Oak Park. Interment Graceland. ENGEL-Louls Eneel, beloved husband of Oiga, nee Samaul, dear father of Adint, Charlotte Wojtkowskl, Elmer and Loralne Engel, dear brother of Otto Engel and Emma Rltter. Funeral Wednesday, 1:30 p.m.

from chapel, 2616 W. 38th street, to Concordia cemetery. LAfayette 3-0980 and CAnal 6-1344. FARRELL-See Ardey M. Holmen notice.

FERGUSON-Frederick William Ferguson, April 10, 1949. of 9554 S. Hamilton avenue, husband of Louise, father of Mrs. Elmer R. Luckow, the late Earl Wallace Ferguson and Allen Byfield Ferguson.

Services in chapel, 4227 Cottage Grove avenue, Wednesday, 2 p.m. FLEMDIG-Edward J. Fleming, April 10, at Kiiiea in action lour years ago 1 1 today. Not only today, but every day In silence we remember. MOM, DAD, LAVERNE AND BILL.

IfOODS-Pvt. George F. Woods, U.S.A.A.F. In loving remembrance of our dear fN son and brother, who passed away nve years ago today. dwells in God's beautiful Garden, which he formed with his brother.

vunsaine oi periect Feace, i Ei life a beautiful memory, Bis absence, a silent grief. 1 MOTHER, SISTERS ID BROTHERS. -DEATH N0T1CES- Ralph H. Booth, Includes the Grand Rapids Press, Fl'nt Journal, Saginaw News, Muskegon Chronicle, Bay City Times, Jackson Citizen-Patriot, Kalamazoo Gazette, and Ann Arbor News, Booth was a native of Toronto. UNDERSEN-Carollne A.

Andersen, of 841X 8. Ada, beloved wife of the late Abraham! 2JJ8 W. Dickens avenue, beloved son of Andrew and Antoinette, nee Ptaszek. loving brother of Mrs. Caroline Bazar, Mrs.

Josephine Szypulski and Dorothy. Funeral Wednesday, April 13, at 9:30 a.m., from funeral home, 2121 W. Webster avenue, to St. Hedwig's church. Interment St.

Adalbert's cemetery. ALbany 2-3600 KREGER-Kate Kreger, nee F.eeves, beloved wife of Max, dear mother of Dr. Daniel M. and Jerome fond sister of Lottie Altman. Resting at chapel, 6145 Broadway.

Funeral Tuesday at convenience of family. Please omit flowers. KRUSE-Fredericka Kruse, nee Buerkle, beloved wife of the late John H. Kruse, devoted mother of Mrs. Alice Zippmana and Raymond C.

Kruse, loving grandmother of five, great-grandmother of four, fond sister of Mrs. Rose Thums, Mrs. Mary Gurthler, Fred Buerkle, the late Emma Dietz, Minnie Fischer, Anna Delfs, Charles, Henry and John Buerkle. Resting at home, 5652 S. Ashland avenue, until noon Thursday.

Service 1:30 p.m. at Peace Memorial church 78th and Laf-lin. Interment Mount Greenwood cemetery. Member of Delta chapter, No. 602, O.E.S., Schwabisch Badischer Frauen Verein, True sisters, Herman sisters and Mc Kinley park Frauen Verein.

REpublic 7-0078. KURZ EN- Abraham ICurzen, of 2134 Carroll street, St. Paul, Minnesota. Passed away on April 10, husband of Rose Kur-zen, father of Mrs. Leon A.

(Edythe) Glaser and Mrs, Irving W. (Annette) Levins, two grandchildren, son of Benjamin, brother of Harry of St. Paul, William of Chicago and Massard of New York City. Services at Dampier Baird chapel, St. Paul, 1:30 p.m., Tuesday.

Interment Mount Zion cemetery In St. Paul. LAWRENCE-Catherine Hayes Lawrence, late of 7649 Normal avenue, widow of Martin, loving mother of Martin Mrs. Eileen Burke, and the late Francis P. Lawrence, fond sister of the late John and Mrs.

Mary Challee. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a.m., from funeral home, Haisted at 76th street, to St. Leo church. Interment St. Mary's cemetery.

STewart 3-7700 LAUBE-Emma Laube, age 90, beloved wife of the late Frederick, dear mother of Elizabeth Wiedemann, Frieda Canning-, Emma Franken, and the late Wanda M. Laube, grandmother of five, great-grandmother of seven. Service Wednesday, 2 p.m., at chapel, 4920-24 Irving Park road. KDdare 5-6220. LAWRENCE-Harry Lawrence, of 3722 N.

Marshfield avenue, dear husband of Irene, father of Shirley Baumeister and Harry, Jr. Services Wednesday, 3 p.m. at funeral home, 3552 Southport avenue. Interment Ridgewood. LAYCOCK-Cora M.

Laycock, 6540 S. Yale avenue, April 10, 1949, wife of the late Edwin C. Laycock, sister of Mrs. Will-lam Meehan, of Winter Park, Fla. At chapel, 316 W.

63rd street at Harvard avenue, where services will be held Tuesday, April 12, 4 p.m. Interment Mason City, HL, LeBROU-Colonel Richard K. LeBrou, Finance, U.S. Army, retired, April 5, at Pine Valley, California, born July 8, 1890, husband of Victoria, father of Ruth and Ida Mae Larson, brother of Mrs. A.

Mueller, Mrs. H.B. Smith of Huntington Valley, Perm, and Mrs. Nora Whiteside of Carmel, California. Interment 9 a.m., Wednesday, Arlington National cemetery.

LEE-Elizabeth Ann (Betty) Lee, age 21, April 11, beloved daughter of Francis P. and Anne, nee Halm, fond sister of Robert Grace, Dorothy Joan, James, Mrs. Gerald Brand, Mrs. Emmett Sisson, and Rosemary Welden. Funeral Wednesday, April 13, 9:30 a.m., from chapel, 7705 Cottage Grove avenue, to St.

Mary's church, Riverdale, 111. Mass 10a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. LEITZ-Erich Leits, of 4832 Adams street, beloved husband of Emily, nee Mitzelfeld, dear father of Robert E. and William brother of Eva Looke, William and Max Leitz.

Services at chapel, 4138 Madison street, Thursday, 1:30 p.m. Interment Glen Oaks. OBITUAfllES who died Friday, will be held Saturday in South Haven, Mich. She was the widow of Allyn A. Packard, former government supervising for the Chicago area, who died last December.

She was one of the founders of the Rogers Park Woman's club. She leaves two sons, Joseph A. and Russell Packard, and a daughter. Mrs. Dorothea T.

Barr. FRANK J. CONSIDINE Services for Frank J. Considine, 57. of 7715 Phillips who died Sunday in Little Company of Mary hospital, will be held at 10:30 a.

m. tomorrow in St. Bride's church, 1700 Coles av. Burial will be in St, Mary's cemetery. He was an employe of the Dunn Coal company.

He leaves his widow, Minnie; two sons, Frank W. and John and two daughters. Mrs. Mary McCa'ighey, and Patricia. MRS.

EMILY SCHLESINGER Services for Mrs. Emily Schlesinger, 78, widow of R. J. south side banker, will be held at 2 p. m.

Wednesday in the chapel at 2121 W. 95th st under the auspices of Sherman chapter No. 541, Order of Eastern Star. Mrs. Schlesinger died Sunday in her home at 9110 Ada st.

A son, Arthur, survives. BERNARD J. GRANNAN Bernard J. Grannan, 40, died yesterday in Hines hospital, where he had been a patient for 13 years. He leaves a brother, William S.

Grannan. and two sisters, Mrs. Loretta Curtin Werhand, and Mrs. Helen E. Brehm.

Services will be held at 9 a. m. Wednesday in St. Ethelreda's church. FREDERICK W.

FERGUSON The funeral of Frederick William Ferguson, 80, of 9554 Hamilton will be at 2 p. m. Wednesday in the chapel at 4227 Cottage Grove av. Mr. Ferguson, who died Sunday, had been a department manager for a soap and cosmetics manufacturer.

He is survived by his widow, Louise, and a daughter, Mrs. Elmer R. Luckow. MRS. ALMER COE Services for Mrs.

Elizabeth Coe, 4950 Chicago Beach will be held Wednesday at 2 p. rri. in her home. Mrs. Coe, who died Saturday, was the wife of Aimer Coe, president and founder of Aimer Coe optical firm.

She is also survived by a daughter, Mrs. Helen Hubbard. Burial will be private. JARA BENES VIENNA, April 11 (APWara Benes, 52, composer of 17 operettas and 56 film scores, died last night after an illness of a few months. He left Czechoslovakia after the Communists seized power and his works have been banned from that country.

CYRUS CRANE WILLMORE St. Louis, AprU 11 (AP)-Cyrus Crane Willmore, 59, president of the National Association of Estate Boards in l942-'43, died yesterday, fie was a native of Wisconsin and a graduate in law from the University of Illinois. FRED THOMPSON LONDON. April 11 (AP)-Fred Thompson, 65. co-author of such musical comedy hits as Tiady Be Good," "Funny Faces." and "Rio died yesterday.

He was a native of London. URBANCDC-Anna Urbancik, of 4317 S. Fairfield avenue, beloved mother of Georgej Joseph and Walter, mother-in-law of Anna. MichaUne and Michaline. Funeral Wednesday at 0:30 a.m., from chapel, 2959 W.

43rd street to Five Holy Martyrs church. Interment Resurrection. LAfayette 3-7781. VOIGT-Elixabeth Voigt, 4331 N. Wolcott avenue, fond daughter of the late Ernst F.

and Albertine C. Voigt, sister of Hulda V. Jacobi, Ida and Alfred H. Voigt, aunt of Florence J. Maus.

Funeral Wednesday, 3 p.m., at chapel, 929 Belmont avenue. Interment Graceland cemetery. VRZAK-Joseph Vrzak, of 9111 Sheridan avenue, Brookfield, nL, beloved husband of Helen, nee Papousek, devoted father of Helen Schilling and Marilyn Vrzak, father-in-law of Kenneth Schilling, grandfather of Joel Schilling, brother of John and Charles Vrzak, Frances Brode and Stasia Stump, son-in-law of Fred Papousek. Services Wednesday, AprU 13, 1:30 p.m., at funeral home, 6227 W. Cer-mak Interment Bohemian National.

Stanley 1866. WASS-Stella Wass, of 5142 S. Lorel avenue, beloved wife of Joseph, loving mother of John, William, Leon, Joseph, Jr. and Helen Walski, mother-in-law of Lucille, Esther, Helen, Marie, and Frank Walski, seven grandchildren, fond sister of Catherine Markowski. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30, a.m., from chapel, 5732.

Archer avenue to St. Camillus church. Interment St. Adalbert's. Portsmouth 7-1840.

WATSON-Jeanett Watson, AprU 10, ol 606 Belden avenue, beloved wife of George, daughter, of Hannah Strandberg, sister of Sylvia Brlggs, John and Charles. Service 2 p.m. at church, 2221 Lincoln avenue. Interment Wundars. WTTT-Emllle Gaberdiel Witt, fond mother of Henry and the late Carl A.

I Gaberdiel. At rest at chapel, 3100 Irving Park road until noon Wednesday. Service at Grace-land chapel, at 2 p.m. Member of Ger-manla chapter, No. 552, O.E.S., Sophia Rebekah lodge, No.

96, and Garfield Reb-ekah lodge. No. 4. WOLTER-Katharlne L. Wolter, nee Mor-heiser, beloved wife of Harry, fond mother of Mrs.

Ann -O' Donne 11, and Mrs. Bernice Schubert, sister of Daniel, Joseph, George and Fred Morheiser, Mrs. Irene Shealy and Mrs. Mary Kloss, grandmother of Lawrence Schubert Services Wednesday, AprU 13, 9:30 a.m., from funeral home, 6200 N. Western avenue, corner of Foster, to St Mathias.

church. Interment St Joseph's cemetery. WUKOVTTZ-Mary Wukovits, Me Kulovitz, beloved wife of John, dear mother of Wilma KIszkan, grandmother of Shirley, and Robert KIszkan, fond sister of Nicholas and Frank Kulovitz, Julia Seidell, Katherine Mager, and Bertha Horvath. Remains resting at chapel, 7032 Went-worth until noon Wednesday. Services Wednesday, at 2 p.m., at Stone church, 70th and Stewart Interment Evergreen, TACTOR-Rose Yactor, late of 1726 N.

Washtenaw avenue, beloved wife of the late Frank, fond mother of Peter, Viola Jurslch, Alois, John, Franks Victor, Harriett Dixon, Walter, Josephine Koal-kowski and Louis, grandmother of sixteen, great grandmother of twelve. Funeral Wednesday, April 13, 10:30 a.m. from chapel, 2129 Webster avenue to St. Hedwig's church. Interment St Adalbert's.

ARmitage 6-4630 lOTing moicer oi ieu, near grandmother Betty, Audrey, and Norman. Services Wednesday, April 13, at 1:30 p.m. at faaeral heme, 1107 W. 79th street. Interment Evergreen.

SARNES-Myra L. Barnes, April 11, of 308 N. Kenilworth avenue. Oak Park. Service Tuesday, April 12, p.m., at htpel, 124-126 Madison street, at Lom-Wl avenue, Cak Park.

Interment Cwosso, Mich. HATKA-Eleanor Batka, late of 1721 Parkstde avenue, beloved daughter of John and Anna, fond sister of Lorraine nd Patricia, granddaughter of John Batka, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bochnik.

Funeral Wednesday, April 13, 0 a.m. from chapel, 5744 W. North venue, to St. Angela's church, 5758 W. Potomac -street.

Interment SL Adalbert's cemetery. "fcERGGREN-Nels O. Berggren, beloved son of William and the late Alma, brother of Walter Thurston and Stig L. Resting at chapel, 2429 Burr Oak avenue, Blue Island, Illinois. Services 2 p.m., Tuesday.

Interment Oak EilL Blue Island 14. SLUM-David M. Blum, of 005 Margate Terrace, beloved husband of Bessie, hee Koemer Lamraers Woermann sive war count in connection with only one German invasion that of Czechoslovakia. In connection with the Nazis mass extermination of Jews, the court held that Weizsaecker not only received reports that such a massacre was being carried out in Poland and other occupied countries, but even approved and Initialed some orders concerning the program. Once Envoy To Vatican Weizsaecker, onetime German ambassador' to the Vatican, had hired an American attorney.

Warren E. Magee of Washington, to direct his defense. He introduced testimony from dozens of high non-German diplomats in order to support his claim that he actually had worked in secret against Hitler. There still were three counts to be disposed of when the court recessed tonight. The court had read only about a third of the way thru the 833 page judgment.

Since the complete findings of the court have not yet been announced it was not known whether any of the defendants have been acquitted on all counts. Sentences probably will not be announced before Thursday. Others Convicted Besides Weizsaecker, others convicted are: Hans Heinrich Lammers, 69, friend of Hitler and chief of his reichschancellery guilty on two counts: plotting aggressive war and murdering prisoners. Paul Koerner, 55, an Industrialist who was Goering's deputy in the four year plan of war preparationwar plotting. Ernest Woermann, 61, chief of the political division of the foreign office two counts: war plotting and massacre of civilian populations.

Wilhelm Keppler, 66, Hitler's economic adviser and supporter of Gestapo Chief Heinrich Himm-ler war plotting. Gustav Steengracht von Moy-land, 46, bright young man of the foreign office who succeeded Weizsaecker as state secretary-atrocities against war prisoners. SS (Elite Guard) Lt. Gen. Gottlob Berger, chief of prisoners of war affairs cruelties to war prisoners.

Karl Rltter, 65, called the foreign office "hatchet man" mistreatment of prisoners. Nine of the defendants were acquitted on the war plotting charge. They are: Rltter, Edmund Veesenmayer, Wilhelm Stuckart, Richard Walther Darre, Otto Dietrich, Berger, Gen. Walter Schel-lenberg, Lutz Schwerin von Kro-slgk and Paul Plelger. Other defendants were not accused under that count.

Palm Beach, beloved son of the late Patrick and Anna Fleming, brother of Margaret Mrs. Frank Kenney, the late James John Ellen Kennedy, and Joseph E. Arrive Chicago Tuesday noon. Funeral Thursday, 1 1 a.m. chapel, Jeffery blvd.

at 77th st. Interment Holy Sepulchre. SOuth Shore 3-8322. FONTAMA-Ernest Fontana, suddenly, late of 295 Lionel road, Riverside, 111., beloved husband of Bernice, nee Weld, father cf Edward, fond son of Marie and the late Angelo, brother of Emma Groppi, Carl, Mary Bacci and Anthony. Funeral, Tuesday.

9:30 a.m. from chapel, 721 N. Western avenue. Interment Queen of Heaven cemetery. ARmitage 6-6056.

CANNCN-John T. Gannon, of 2909 S. Lowe avenue, beloved husband of Susan, nee Kaufmann, dear father of John M. and Michael S. brother of James, Terence, Eleanor McClellan and Thomas.

Funeral Wednesday, April 13, 9 a.m. from mortuary, W. 35th street to St. Anthony de Padua church. Burial St.

Mary's. Member cf P.B.A. and Police Post A.L. Kindly omit flowers LAfayette 3-1664. GERLAT -Charles Gerlat, beloved husband of Minnie, fond father of Walter, Arthur, Edward, Frank, and Helen Jamison, dear brother of Albert, Helen Collett, and Emma Subat.

Services at chapel, 3234 W. North avenue, Wednesday, April 13, at 2:00 p.m. Interment Montrose. CONSKA-Florian Gcnska, 10637 South Park avenue, beloved husband of the late Justine nee Moldrik, fond father of Emilee Zeitz, Edward, Irene Rosen, Helene and Louise, grandfather of Carole Zeitz, brother of Jennie Gollack. Resting at mortuary, 12 E.

112th place. Funeral Wednesday 9:30 a.m. to Holy Rosary Slovak church. Interment St. Mary's.

GORD EN-Louise Mac Donald Gorden, beloved wife of Edward mother of Norman -T. Clodjeaux, aunt of Ruth Knight Dougherty. Funeral Wednesday 1:30 p.m., at chapel, 79th and Emerald. Interment Mount Greenwood. JOHN S.

LUX John S. Lux, 67, of 831 Ash st, WauKegan, for 30 years superintendent of maintenance for the Chicago Hardware Foundry company. North Chicago, died yesterday in St. Therese hospital, Wau-kegan. He was treasurer of court 1262 of the Catholic Order of Foresters.

He leaves his widow, Mary; two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Faulds and Mrs. Irene Wall, and a son, Theodore. Services will be held at 9:30 a. m.

Wednesday in St. Anastasia's church, Waukegan. Burial will be in Ascension cemetery. VINCENT ZDANOW1CZ The funeral of Vincent Zdan-ovicz, 81, oi 1322 Victoria North Chicago, will he at 9 a. m.

today in Holy Rosary crurch in that suburb. Burial Ut be in Ascension cemetery. Mr. Zdan-owicz, a retired rug manufacturer, died Saturday in St. Therese hospital, Waukegan.

He is survived by three daughters, Victoria, Mrs, Stella Suchanski, and Mrs. Stanley Borawski; three sons, Cass, a North Chicago aldermm: James, and Anthony; 12 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Coward, devoted grandfather of five grand- of Rhoda, Verna and Howard A. Burial Oak Hill cemetery was attended by immediate family on April 11, 1949. PHrLTP-Hannah (Annie) Philip, age 87, wife of the lata Stuart Philip, sister of Michael Vogt, the late Carrie Gerhart, Molly Richmond, Conrad, Henry Philip and William.

Funeral at German Old Peoples Home, 7824 Madison street. Forest Park, Tuesday, 1:30 p.m. PICKERING-William M. Pickering, cf Homewood. Illinois, suddenly, loving husband Lula M.

Services, Tuesday, 2:30 p.m., from funeral home, 18022 Dixie Highway, Homewood, Illinois. Interment Oaklawn cemetery. POWELL-William H. Powell, beloved husband of the late Alice Walsh Powell, fond father of The Rev. William H.

Powell, S.J... Mrs. William Wallace, and the late John E. FowelL Funeral from home for funerals, Erie at Wabash, Wednesday, April 13, at 9:30 a.m., to SL Mary's of the Lake church. Interment Calvary.

REAGAN-Julia H. Reagan, nee Re illy, 2513 N. McVlcker avenue, beloved wife of John M. Funeral Wednesday, 8:45 a.m., from chapel, 4817 Madison street, to St. John Bosco church.

Burial Calvary. Member of Resurrection court No. 967 W.C.O.F. AUstin 7-1137. RENWICK-Frank.

W. Renwlck of Geneva, April 11, father of George of Geneva, Fra ik of Colorado Sprligs, and Mrs. Ruth Watt of Hinsdale, 111. Funeral Wednesday, 2:30 p.m., at Skoglund chapel, 201 James street, Geneva. Interment Elgin.

REYNOLDS-Pauline B. Reynolds, of 5307 Ellis avenue, beloved wife of the late Ernest dear mother of Mrs. Doris Bauman of Detroit and Mra. Marjorie Currier. At rest In chapel, 2024 E.

75t street. Services Wednesday, 2 p.m. ROZANSKI-Mary Rozanskl, of 3142 S. Aberdeen street, beloved wife of late Stanley, dear mother of Stella Ozark, Mary Kruszas, Michael and John. Funeral Wednesday, April 13, 9:30 a.m.

from chapel, 1059 W. 32nd street, to St. Mary of Perpetual Help church. Interment Resurrection. YArds 7-6424.

SAPKIN-Goldie Sap kin, nee Dorfman, of 6833 Cornell avenue, beloved wife of Morris, dear mother of Raymond, Jack, Albert, Isadore, and Irving, five grandchildren, fond sister of Sonla Shifris and Clara Horvitz. Services' Tuesday, 1 p.m., at chapel, 6935 Stony Island avenue. Interment Oak Woods. SCHATZMAN-Emil Schatzman, 2453 Berenice avenue, April 10, 1949, beloved husband of Lina, nee Bergman, loving father of Dorothy Eckert, Albert and Robert, dear grandfather of two grandchildren. Services, Wednesday, April 13, at 2 p.m., at chapel, 2114 Irving Park Road.

Interment Glen Oak cemetery. SCHLEIMER-Catherine Schlelmer, dear wife of Louis, fond mother of Ann Weiss, Leo, Betty Ruffle, and Charles, three grand sister of Peter Welsmaa of Dublin, Pa. Service Wednesday, 8:15 a.m., from funeral home, 2118 Lawrence avenue, to St. Ferdinand's church. Interment St.

Joseph's. SCHLESINGER-Emily Schlesinger, 9119 S. Ada street, April 10, 1949, beloved wife of the late R. J. Schlesinger, fond mother of Arthur the late Rudolph and Jerome J.

Schlesinger, grandmother, of Mrs. Roderick G. Stevens, Mrs. John Kelly, William, Joan, Arthur and the late, Lt. Buddy Schlesinger.

At chapel; 2121 W. 95th street, where services will be held Wednesday, April 13, at 2 p.m., under auspices of Sherman chapter No. 541, O. E. S.

Interment Chapel Hill Gardens, South. SCHNEIDER-Rose Schneider, beloved wife of the late Solomon, dear mother of Theodore Schneider, Harry R. Auerbach, and Dr. J.M. Schneider, fond grandmother of two grand-children.

Service Tuesday, 11 a.m., at chapel, 5206 Broadway. Interment Ind. Order Michael Hal-perln. SCHTILHR-Robert Schuler, April 9, husband of the late Mae, nee Walshon, fond brother of Harry, Fred, Anna, and the late Charles, Louis and Edward. Funeral Wednesday morning, at 9:30 a.m.

from mortuary, 1356 Wellington avenue, to St Bonavanhire church and All Saints cemetery. SCHUSTER-Henry Schuster, beloved husband of Minnie, fond father of Ruth Martha Poch, grandfather of Todd and Faith, dear brother of Bertha and Julia, services Thursday 1:30 p.m., at chapel, 3307 Lincoln avenue. Interment Memorial Park, member of Park lodge No. 843 A.F. and A.M., Medinah Shrine, Past Patron of Comfort chapter, No.

908 O.E.S. SELLE-Theodore SeUe, late of 3126 N. Sheffield avenue, beloved husband of the lzte Camilla, father of Florence asd August, devoted friend of Miss Emma Hoffmann. Funeral Wednesday, April 1'3, 1 p.m., at funeral home, 3026 Belmont avenue, under auspices of Constantla lodge. No.

783, A Interment Acacia Park cemetery. Inf. JUnlper 8-4200. SHERMAN-Gail Marie Sherman, loving daughter of Raymond and Rosaline, nee' Valentino. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., from funeral home, 4553-81 Milwaukee aven-e, to St.

Edward's church. Interment St Joseph's. SLAVTCK-Hairy Slavics, 723 Sheridan road, beloved husband of Ida, dear father of Dorothy Ceder, Leo and Estalle Gould, fond brother of Morris, Max, Louis, Dave, Jacob, Tina Markoff, Anna Esssn-off, Sadie Greenberg, Katie Wlphall and Llbby Amdur. both of San Diego, Calif. Service Tuesday, 10 a.m.

at chapel, 6208 'Broadway. Inlarmant Faatovar cemetery, Waldhelm. GORDON-Louls Gordon, of 4501 W. Washington beloved husband of the late Louise, dear brother of Dr. C.Pi Gordon, Edward, Alex, Arnold and Miss Ellen Gordon, and Mrs.

J.E. Baldwin. Resting at funeral home, 5708 W. Madison street, where services will be held Tuesday, 2:30 p.m. Interment Arlington.

GRAMBAUER-Augusta Grambauer, 725W. 19th street, beloved daughter of the late Gottfried and Ernestine, dear sister of Fred. Resting at funeral home, 2130-32 W. 21st street, until 11 a.m., Wednesday, April 13. Service 2 p.m., at Zion Ev.

Luth, church, 19th and Peoria streets. Interment Concordia. Virginia 7-7758. Death norkM en thfs pag ar in TWO unduplicartxi alphabetical listings. Tha lata odinon noricas follow.

SgSJ -DEATH NOTICES- cnuaren, zona Brother I Albert. Service Wednesday, 10 a.m., at chapel, 5206 Groadway. Interment Chevra Shomre Eadas Waldhelm. Member of Welfare lodge. No.

091. A.F. A.M. please omit Sowers. JfcOHR-Nleholas M.

Bchr, of 10713 Cottage Grove avenue, April 10, 1949, at Klnes, dear husband of Dorothy, nee Speed, loud father of William Marjorle and James grandfather of Kathleen, broth of Mrs. Catherine Reinmlller, Fells, Arthur, William, and the late Walter. eatlng'at chapel, 214 E. 115th street. Mass at Holy Rosary church, Wednesday, April 13, at 9:30 a.m.

Interment Holy Sepulchre. Member of Roseland post. No. 48. A.

L. feRACrORD-Samuel P. Bradford, beloved buaband of the late Frances nee Gll-fculy, fond father of Samuel, Arthur, John, Eleanor Sitarskl, Gerald, Sister Mary Marcus O.S.F., VeWin and Mar-varet Tlbblts, grandfather of Rose marie Vrbaaoa and Susan Nancy Bradford, Brother of Minnie Charlesworth and the 1st William, Nellie Brltt and Maude Bailee a. Funeral Wednesday, 0:30 a.m., rom chapel, 3100 Irving Park road, to Immaculate Heart of Mary church. Inter-oent Calvary.

CABLE-Ida Cable, nee Malman, 1955 S. MUlard avenue, beloved wife of the late vLoui, dear mother of Max and Maurice, -a-andmother of Robert and Lois, sister ot B. Mai man of LosAngeies. Services Tuesday, 2 p.m. at funeral chapel, 704 Polaakl Interment Jewish Waldhelm.

Please omit flowers. CALLAHAN-James J. Callahan, of Round Lake, formerly cf 1054 N. Monltero venue, beloved husband of Josephine, toad father of James John Phillip, and the late Mary Hulett. Funeral Wednesday, 10 a.m., from chapel, 5911 5V.

Madison street at Mason avenue to church. Interment Mount CarmeL For Info, call EStebrook 8-7500 (CARLSON-Hermaa Carlson, April 10, 1049, feeloved husband of Caroline (Lena), dear Satber of Adeline Holm and Hulda Tlarks, food brother of Bernard, Jennie Halquist, Clara Peterson, Judith Carlson and Coldte Edfeldt, five grandchildren. At chapel, 5501 N. Ashland avenue, where an Ices will be held Wednesday, April JL3, at 2 p.m. Interment Ridgewood.

CRNEY-John J. Carney, late of 4943 ike Park avenue, loving son of the late Patrick and Mary, nee Doorey, fond fjrother of Owen of County Galway, Ireland, Patrick, Mary Burke, Delia Harden "and the late Michael. Funeral from chap-1, 7049 6. Halsted street, Wednesday, 0 a.m.. to SC.

Ambrose church. Burial Goly Sepulchre cemetery. Detroit, Mich, (pars pleas copy. CARTIN-Ellaabeth Ryan CarUn, April 9, Wt cf 2860 Seminary avenue, beloved vlfe of the late John, food mother of Bach, John, Edward and the late Lawrence, mother-in-law cf Helen and Cvetam, grandmother of Patricia, Janice pad Mary, -slater cf Lawrence Ryan. Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.

frost inner. 1 Some. 2440 Lincoln avenue to St. Cletaent church. Interment Mount LINTON-Ida M.

Linton, nee Beverly of 1317 W. 71st street, beloved wife of the late George dear aunt of Alma Long and Howard Linton. Services Wednesday; 1 p.m. at funeral home, 7013 S. Racine avenue.

Interment Mount Greenwood. STewart 3-0460 LOBODA-Martha Loboda, nee Clejniczak, late of 2207 W. Walton street, beloved wife of Alexander, fond mother of Jon and Alexandra, daughter of John J. and. the late Sophie Olejniczak, sister of John J.

Olejniczak, sister-in-law of Helene and Janlna and William Keith, aunt of Barbara Olejniczak. Funeral Wednesday 0:30 a.m. from funeral home, 1922-24 W. Chicago avenue, to St, Helen's church. Interment St.

Adalbert's cemetery. HUmboldt 6-1230. LUBIN-Cella Lubln, nee Go land, beloved wife of the late Joseph, dear mother of Dorothy Davidson, Adolph, Charles and Jeanette Gordon, grandmother of eight grandchildren. Service Tuesday, 3 p.m. at chapel, 5208 Broadway.

Interment Westiawn cemetery. MAC AD IE-James T. Macadle, April 10, of 5035 W. Fulton street, husband of Florence, father of Irene M. Peterson, 'Resting at funeral home, 313 N.

Central avenue, Austin. Service Wednesday, 2:30 p.m. Interment Woodlawn. Member of Lake View lodge No. 774 A.F.& A.M.

AUstin 7-0017. MAJERUS-Willlara Majerus, beloved father, of Arthur, Beatrice Fastabend, Ann Arney and Bernard, five grandchildren, brother of Nicholas and Albert. Funeral service Wednesday, April' 13, at 0:30 a.m. at funeral home, 5622-24 Irving Park road, to Our Lady of Victory church. Interment Mt.

Carmel cemetery. PEnsacola 6-9000. McGURREN-Alfred James McGurren, April 10, 1949, of 703 N. Lotus avenue, husband of Elisabeth, nee McCarthy, father of Mrs. John W.

err In, Mrs. Joseph H. Barker. Mrs. James O'Don-neli, brother cf Henry V.

Resting at funeral home, 318 N. Central avenue, Austin. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a-m. to St. 159.00 ItttZ GRASCH-Charles F.

Grasch, late of 5942 N. Kaimar avenue, beloved husband of Mllly, dear father of Orraont and the late Eleanor, fond brother of Antonette Wllks, and William Grasch, grandfather of Jon. Service Wednesday, 2 p.m., at funeral home, 3301 Fullerten avenue. Interment Acacia Park. Member of True Blue lodge.

No. 994, A. F. A. M.

Grand Advisor 'of True Kindred State of Illinois, Past Advisor of Medinah Conclave No. 16, Fast Advisor of Garden City Conclave, Past Patron Park Lane chapter. No. 934, O.E.S., Past Royal Patron Loyalty court, No. 10, Amaranth and Illinois Latvian Benevolent society.

True Kindred services Tuesday, 8 p.m. EOLMEN-Ardey M. Holmen, April 9, 1949, beloved husband of Helen M. Holmen, nee Farrell, fond uncle of James J. Farrell son of the late Charles and Mary Holmen, fond brother of Mrs.

Mabe Mabel Sorensen, Seymour Carsten Carl and the late Chaillu M. Holmen. Service at his late home, 6114 N. Maple-wood avenue, Thursday, 9:30 a.m. Interment St.

Joseph's cemetery. Funeral Mass, Monday, April 18, 9 a.m., at St. Timothy's church, Devon and Washtenaw avenues. Charter member of Commonwealth Edison post, No. 118, A.

L. Inf. FAirfax 4-2900. JASINSKI-Joaephine Jaslnskl, nee Re mis -sewaki, beloved wife of Alexander, devoted mother of Clementine Urbenowics. Raymond Stanley Dr.

Thaddeua Marie DytewsU and Caslmir, dear mother-in-law of Dr. Edmund Urbenowics, Thaddeua DrlewsU, Ruth, Bernice, Frances and Angelina, sister of Helen Placsak and Harriet Zacharias. Funeral Wednesday, 10:30 a-m. from chapel, 3044 Car BERGER-Sam Berger, late of 1034 N. Mo-tart, beloved husband of Ida, dear father cf Sol, Nathan, and Shirley Nimerov, fond brother cf Isadore, grandfather of 1.

Services Tuesday, 2 p.m., at chapel, 3654 W. Roosevelt Rd. Interment J.P.F.O. cemetery, Forest Park. Please omit flowers.

JOHNSON-Clara G. Johnson of 2036 Leland April 11, 1949, beloved wife of the late Aimer dear mother of Bernice Mason and Eleanor Johnson, fond daughter of Clara and the late Joseph Mathiev, sister of Ida Lorents, Frank, Robert, and Joseph Mathiev and the late Charles and Thomas Mathiev, grandmother of Darlene, aad Richard Mason. Funeral Thursday, 9:45 a.m., at funeral chapel, 4338 Fullerten to St. Mel's church. Jnterment Mount Carmel, JONES-B.

Jones, late residence, 403 Touhy avenue. Beloved husband of the late Mary Ellen, nee Kobow, fond father of B. Franklin Jr. and C. Myron.

Brother of Elsie and Jay Jones, Grandfather of Charlene Mary. Services 2 p.m., Wednesday, at chapel, 127-129 N. Northwest Highway, Park Ridge. Member of I. T.

U. No. 16. Member of Chicago Monotype Club. Interment Town of Maine cemetery.

POPOVICH-Mary Popovich, late of 5321 W. 25th place, Cicero, AprU 11, 1949, beloved wife of Marko, devoted mother of Helen Barnes, Pearl Nickl, Ruby Thessenvitz, Mildred Nichols, and Georgia Burch. Complete notice later. Inf. call CAnal 6-1207.

SUMMERS-Mary Rose Summers, nee Cap-adanno, late cf 2315 W. Harrison street, levin wilt of Charles, fond mother of Paul, Dr. Anthony, Joseph, John, Mrs. Jennie Majchrsak, and Anns Cossa, beloved mother-in-law ot Anns Summers. Wednesday, 11 from chapel 214-18 S.

Western avenue to Precious ld church. Interment Mount Carmel. Jui. MOnros, 6-1376. AVERILL COLBY, 70, FORMER EXECUTIVE OF UTILITY FIRMS, DIES Averill Clayton Colby, 70, of 37 Kenwood Hammond, a utility company executive many years, died yesterday In his home.

He was a directof of the Northern Indiana Public Service company and the Gary National bank and president of the Gary Methodist Hospital board. Mr. Colby was manager of Detroit's municipally owned street car system from 1921 to 1931. From 1931 to 1945 he was president of the Chicago Calumet District Transit company, and from 1935 to 1943 was president 'of the Gary Heat, Light and Water company. He had lived in Hammond since 1931 and formerly was president of the Hammond Rotary club and the Hammond Chamber of Commerce.

Surviving are his widow, Carrie, and two sons, Averill Jr. and Donald. Services will be held at 3:30 p. m. Wednesday in the First Methodist church, Hammond, NEW CHAPL-L 5911 Madison at Mason EStebrook 8-7500 2144 W.

MADISON HAymarket 929 W. BtlMONT WEIIinflton 5-1724 uocr cnurca. Lake street and Mayneld avenue. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery.

Harvard, niinoU. Please-omit Cowers. AUstin 7-0017. McMILLAN-Kathryn McMillan, dm Wolcott, beloved wife of the lata William T. devoted mother of William T.

Jr. At funeral home, 4048-50 W. Harrison street Funeral Wednesday, a.m. Burial Forest Boas. NSvada 8-2818.

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