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Part 1 Page 43 Part 1 Pae 19 THOMAS SMITH, (rijtragn uttbag erttmnr sr r-. i i February 12, 1956 FR OBITUARIES juduadiY rVivA. BISHOP WHITE OF EPISCOPAL CHURCH DEAD r- Mrs. Minnie Schwartz Mrs. Minnie Schwartz, 79, of i 3800 Lake Shore died yes-; terday in her home.

Mrs. Mrs. Abraham Hurwicz B. Genarella Sr. Mrs.

Sophie Hurwicz, G2, of for John B. Genar: 5112 Dorchester died yes- ella Sr 81, of 1101 N. Euclid i n-nnc wtoi nfrc Oax Park, will be held at terday in Billings hospital. Mrs. rr, 10 in St.

Giles C. E. Prefontaine MONTREAL, Feb. 11 Industrialist C. E.

Prefontaine, 62, died today. He was founder and chairman of the board of United Auto Parts president of Master Motors Manufacturing company, president OFFICIAL, DIES Thomas J. Smith, 45, of 220 Country Club Chicago Heights, secretary of the Bummer Seal company of Chicago Heights, died early yesterday as he was en route home. He was a member and past president of the Chicago Heights park board, a trustee of Bloom points a. m.

Tuesday church. Oak Park. Mr. Genarella died Friday in a Bervvyn resthome. He was founder and Hurvvicz's husbaml, Abraham, is professor of slovenic languages and culture at Roosevelt uni Schwartz's husband, Samuel, former owner of the Chicago Military stores, died in 1952.

Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Springfield, 111., Feb. 11 GR The Rt. Rev. John Chanler White, 88, retired Episcopal bishop of the Springfield tlio- versity in the University of Chi- president of Genarella Com- of International Electric com Ida Rubens; a son, cago.

Also surviving are tvomissary company. Surviving that put pany, president of National Au four grandchildren, and seven sons, Leonid, economics pioies- are his widow, Michelina; two tomotive and director of 1 mu. U1 uluItus sor at the University of John B. Jr. and Joseph; great-grandchildren.

The funeral will be held at 10 a. tomorrow in the chapel at 3019 Peterson rd. CHICAGO FAUCETS in the lead muesi oisnops, uieu loaay at nesota, and Henry of Stratlord, ivvo daughters, Mrs. Rose Memorial hospital. six grandchildren, and a Champagne and Mrs.

Lillian Bishop White, who entered brother in Israel. The funeral Chamnagne: 11 grandchildren. the hospital Tuesday, had been will be held at 1:30 p. m. tomor-i and three great-grandchildren.

Tony Iacullo 1300 a priest and bishop for 56 row in the chapel at Tony Iacullo, 74, of 5353 N. township sanitary district, and a past president of Olympia Fields Country club. He was a cousin of Mayor Daley of Chicago. Surviving are his widow, Ann; a daughter, Mrs. Do'ores Baron; two sons, Thomas J.

Jr. and Terrence, and his mother, Rennie. Services will be held at 10 a. m. Tuesday in St.

Agnes' church, Chicago Heights. years, serving the entire time! Devon av. the Provincial Bank of Canada, Alliance Nationale and James Cowan company. Charles H. Ford Final rites for Charles H.

Ford, 61, of 277 E. St. Charles Elmhurst, will be held at 3 p. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 134 S.

York Elmhurst. Mr. Ford, owner of the Avenue Dental laboratory in Oak Park for 32 years, died Friday night in the Springfield diocese. He retired as bishop in 1947 after Firsfof all Chicago Faucets close iih the pressure, not against it. The touch of a fingertip is all it takes to operate them.

Second, all operating parts are in one standard operating unit that can be removed for repair or replacement almost as easily as you'd change a light bulb. It all adds up to years and years of trouble-free service, ana true economy. THE CHICAGO FAUCET COMPANY Chicago 39, lit. William T. Jonei William T.

Jones, 64. of 4418 Wilcox who retired in 1943 after 20 years as a member of the Chicago fire department, died yesterday in EX-CHICAGO JET PILOT KILLED IN Wayne died yesterday in his home. He had operated a newsstand at Fuilerton av. and Ilalsted st. for many years until his retirement five years ago.

He leaves six sons, William, James. Christ. Joseph, Lee, and Carmen, and two daughters. Lucille, and Mrs. Mary Neff.

DENMARK CRASH hospital. From 1943 to 15)43 he worked as a shiphtter TSOUDEROS, 74, at Pearl Harbor. A sister, Mrs. The death of Maj. Edward.

McMillan, 35, formerly of Chi-; cago, in a jet plane crash in serving 24 years. After graduating from the General Theological seminary. New York, in 1891, he served at Thomasboro, Venice, Glen Carbon, Granite City, Rantoul. East St. Louis, Havana, Petersburg, Waverly, and Lincoln.

Surviving are a son. Lt. Gen. Thomas Dresser White of Washington. D.

assistant air force chief of staff, and a daughter, Katherine, who lived vvuu Jlvcu Gwen Titley, and a brother, Arthur survive. Services in Westlake hospital. Surviving are his widow, Ellen; a daughter, Mrs. Nancy Handke, and a son, Charles B. I Willard S.

Bass Wilton. Feb. 11 Willard S. Bass, 79, president will be held at 3 p. m.

tomorrow Samuel Shapiro The funeral of Samuel Sha FORMER GREEK PREMIER, DIES ROME, Feb. 11 CT) Emmanuel Tsouderos, 74, former premier of Greece, died yesterday while on a vacation in Genoa, a spokesman for the Greek em- in the chapel at 5708 Madison st. Denmark Friday, was announced yesterday by officials of Bergstrom air force base, Austin, where McMillan had been assigned to the 12th stratppic fk'hter win" with her father. His wife, the 1 ,1 a 3lr 1 piro, 59, of 6229 N. Kedzie a carpenter, will be held at 2 p.

m. tomorrow in the chapel at 1300 Devon av. Mr. Shapiro died Friday in Columbus hospital. He leaves his widow, Goldie; a daughter, Annette, and sons, Bernard and Philip.

McMillan, on temporary duty of the C. H. Bass company, shoe manufacturers, and former teacher at the Chicago institute and the Francis Parker school in Chicago, died former Katherine Dresser who Mrs. Isabelle Stiles Mrs. Isabelle Stiles, 92, of 353 Foss Lake Bluff, a resident of Lake Bluff 25 years, died yesterday in her home.

She was the widow of James F. Stiles retired I bassy said today, Tsouderos served as premier and minister of foreign affairs from 1941 until 1944. with the military advisory group at Copenhagen, Denmark, was on a routine training flight with Danish air force ADVERTISE IN THE TRIBUNE pilots when his F-84 fighter tailor, who died in 1954. Sur-crashed. The cause of the viving are three sons, James crash has not been determined.

F. chairman of Abbott died in 1943, was the granddaughter of the Rev. Charles Dresser, who married Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd. Fireman Suffocated Fighting Factory Blaze Eau Claire, Feb. 11 LP) Fireman Richard Everson, 36, was suffocated today while fighting a fire in a factory operated by a meat packing firm.

Laboratories in North Chicago, David and Alfred six His wife. Camille, and their children, Jack, 11, and Betty Lynn, 4, live in Austin. His CI II I iifo grandchildren, and 15 great parents. Mr. and Mrs.

Martin grandchildren. Services will II. McMillan, also are residing be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow in there.

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