Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on March 21, 1948 · 40
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CHCAOO SOWDAT TWBtJNB Pert 1. Page 40 . . March21,1848 UROCITAKEIS LAIN & SON Funeral Information SOUTH SIDE CHAPEL 319 WIST SO-STRETT. AT HARVARD. HONS WBTWORTU 0029. MONDAT BOEART-James E., 1 p.m., at chap. 6LOCUM-Otlirlr, 2 p.m.. at chapel. TUESDAY BUTT-Donald O., MM. lc, 3 p.m., al chapel. NORTH SIDE CHAPEL . SOI WORTH ASHLANS-AVZKUS. THOXX LONCBEACK 3. MOHDAT ' CEVTRIOTC-Frieda, 2 p.m., at chapel. PIKE -Robert X. Jr., 4 p.m., at chapel. SACLER-Nicholas, 1 p.m., at chapel. SERVICES TO BE ARRANGED -HENRY -Pauline. KIRCKNER-Edwia W. tiniUCLEY-Srace. BEVERLY CHAPEL . jm west t5TH-rrrrr. fHONS 8XVTJU.Y 813. LAIN S SON JOHN CARROLL SONS "HOME FOR FUNERALS fcHII AT WA1ASHAV. WHITEHALL SOSO. 4543 RAVENSWOOD-AV. LONCBEACH 030. C. H. JORDAN & CO. 83 YEARS SERVICE SUP. 7709 SO X XRTZ. 1 Oloct E. f aucUfta. 1 VKUlAi. HOME. EMITIRIES CCICEET 8 grave lota at main entranca of fcose Kill: will sacrifice lor quick sale. Call Bri3W.. Irvmg FOR Sale-2 craves at Elmwood Memorial Cer eas. Hemic 5240. RSGEWOCD Cemetery-Section 14, Lot 172. Wabash 8783. KI2GEWO0D-0 grave lots, center-section 4. CemmwiOT 411. MONUMXITS AN0 MAUSOLEUMS CEMETERY Markers, Monuments At Savings Sears, Roebuck A Co. Etate Street Store, 4th Floor fcvlsg Fs. Store, Cicero & Irving Park. or 900 S. Hornan. DEATH NOTICES . Ia Mcmtrlam . i'JDERSEN-Capt. Charles J. Andersen, U.S. A.A.F.. killed ia action over Belgium March 21, 1945. i In memory a daily thought In our hearts a silent sorrow. MOTHER, FATHER , and BROTHER. rEVC-l -Corp . John Devlne. In loving mem ory oi dear son ana orower wno was kilied on Iwo Jlir.a three years ago. LOVWj MOTHER, SISTERS, COUSIN. GOLDMANaiAnna P. Goldman, 1638. In sacred memory. HER DEVOTED CHILDREN. CO IMS I E IN-Rosalie Gottstein. In loving memory of our dear wife and mother who passed away March 21st, 1945. Three years have passed since that sad day, Whea the one we loved was taken away, V. e miss her smile, her graciousoess. Bar kindly deeds and tenderness: God has taken her, it was His will, But la our hearts she llveth still. LOVING HUSBAND AND DAUGHTER. JOHTJSEN-Petra Johnsea. In loving memory of our mother woo passed sway 30 years ago today. Cone but sot forgotten. OLAFA. PAUL E., WHX1AM, AND ALFRED JOHNSEN. ZAPLAN-Lcnls Kaplan. March 21. 1946. In memory of our beloved husband and father. No one knows the silent heartache, Only those who have lost can tell Cf the pain (nat is borne in silence For the one we loved so well. loving wife ida, and children george, eleanor. sandra and Marshall. MALCNE-Rcse Malone. Si months havs pasaed since that sad day. When one we loved waa called away; God took her home, it was His will, But in our hearts she liveth still. LONESOME HUSBAND AND DAUGHTERS MALONE-Rese Malons. We miss you mors each oay. Mom. DEVOTED SONS-IN-LAW. MOER-Albert L. Mohr, March 21. You left us one year ago today. Bui to our hearts you win live rorever. LOVING WIFE AND FAMILY QUTDINO -Winifred Quiding. Iii loving memory of my darling daughter, who passed way tea years ago today, March 21, 1938. MOTHER. SCALEE-Thomss Sealise, March 21, 1947. No words could paint the sense of loss. That like a dirge throbs in my heart, t;or any understand but God, Whose will it waa that we should part. WIFE AND CHILDREN. SCHAF.EK-Mary A. Scharek. To our loving wife and mother, who is spending her 75th birthday in Heaven. LONESOME HUSBAND AND CHILDREN. gOLLMAN-Clara Sollman. In loving remembrance of our dear wife and mother, who Ued one year ago. Amiable she wan all; Intelligent she charmed all; Fervent, she loved all; and Dead, she saddened all. DAD, ROGER AND ANNA. WOLBERG-BenJambi Wolberg. In loving ir.emory of our beloved father and grandfather, who paased away ten years ago LOVING CHJUJREN, GRANDCHILDREN, AND SONS-IN-LAW. -HEATH HOTICES- . LEX AT JDE R-John Kenneth Alexander, beloved husband of Gertrude Mllllgan Alexander, Oar brother of Dr. Russell G. Alex-Brjder of Manchester. England, and the late Hailey Parsley. Funeral Monday, 2 p.m., at ciiapel. 79th sU st Loom is blvd. Interment Evergreen cemetery. Member of Carnation odge 900, AJ. and A M. , end Swift post. No. 363, A.L. Inf. Tri. 1187. -ANDERSON-Sadls Anderson, nee Nelson, of I 27 N. Parkslde avenue, beloved wife of the lata Olof, food mother of Little H. and Clarence E sister of George Jacobson. Resting st funeral home, 6701-03 W. Division street, where services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday, March 22. Interment Vrfooalaws cemetery. eRENTZ-Ruth Arenfs, of 11344 Normal avenue, beloved wife of Andrew, fond mother ef Andrew Jr.. sister of Mrs. Thea Sherman atnd Albert Gulbransen. Services at chapel, S04 W. 1 19th street. Monday, 130 p. m. Interment Cedar Park. BALDWIN -See Thomas T. Burke notice. BL2-Fmma Bals, March 18. 1948. cf 217 M. Kenneth avenue, wife of the late Jacob, loving mXher of J. V. Pals, of Waiifcegan. Illinois. Hael B. Appal, and Carrie L. Mick. Resting at funeral borne, 318 N. Central avenue. Austin. Services Monday. 1 p.m. Interment RoaehlU. Charter member of C.LA. to B. of L.E., dlv. 1, Star of the West chapter, No. 49fe. O.E.S, and Women's Club of the C. and N.W. RJR. Austin 0017. t ARS-ETT-Brtdret Barrett, nee Sweeney, fceloved wife of the lale James, lnving mother of Anna Ccnmtdt, Nora Herlund, and tr.e Ute Fndeet Tyrell, John and James F..rril. Funeral Tuesday, 9 a.m.. Iron funeral home, 2843 N. Clark street, to SU Andrew's church. Interment All Saints. BARRCW-Ellxabeth Barron, ree CPonohue, beloved wife of the late Francis, fond mother of Franc t, and laabelle Manning, th late if)hn end Joaer Barron, sister of Bridget, r-aritl. Minnt. Julia, the ftrv. Jerome CDonohue, of Port Mafjee, County Kerry, Ireland, and the late Alice. Funeral Woniay, March 22, at 9 a.m., from funeral homo, 3144 Jackson boulevard, to Presentation church. Interment Mount CarmeL Kedtle 2394. BERNIER-Mary Bernler. nee Paddle, of 1030 M. Lock-wood avenue, beloved wtte of Josepti, loving mother of Dorothy M-, Col. Joseph L., CoL Donald W., and Gordon L.. sister of frs. Ella Rose. Mrs. Martha Kaulen, U'llliam and Mrs. Florence Baker, grand. mother of four. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a.m from fimeral home, bois-so Chicago avenue, to Our Lady Help of Christian's church. Interment ueea of Heaven. EIANG-See Donald Otto Butt notice. BLACKSHAW-Tbomas Blackshaw, March 18, suddenly, beloved husband of Elsie, father of Arnold W., grandfather of Carol, brother of P, E. Blau kshaw, of Detroit, Mich. Services Mmday, March 22. 2:30 p.m., at chapel, 124-126 Madison street, at Lombard avenue. Oak Park. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens. BOHART.James E. Bohart, of Glen Ellyn, 111., formerly of Chicago, March 19, 1648, beloved husband of the late Cora E. Bohart, fond father of Arthur C, brother of Richard C. Bohart, cf Blue Springs, Mo. At chapel. SIS W. 63rd street at Harvard avenue, ChUaro, where aervtces will be held Monday. March 22. at 1 p.m. Interment Cedar Park. " TTLFR-James A. Butler Sr.. March 18. beloved husband of Margaret, nee Syehowsld, dear father of James ond son oi Mary E. Funeral Monday, at 9:30 a.m., from funeral borne, 1359-61 Fullerton avenue, to El Bona venture's church, interment SU Adaibsna. -8IATR WOTICEi- BOL AND -William McCarthy B'olasd, lata residence, 6312 S. Marshfield avenue, beloved husband of Ann Oplck, fond father of Eileen Mulroy, and William (Bud), grandfather of Peeey Anna and Eileen Mary Mulroy. Funeral Monday, 9 a.m., from chapel, 1716 W. 7SUi street, to St. Theodora's church. Interment St. Mary's cemetery. BOWMAN-WUhelm F. Bowman, late of 666 N. Carpenter street, beloved husband of the late Hal tie Bowman, nee Howe, fond father of Raymond A., MUton G., and Bernice . Simpson, also survived by eight grandchildren, brother of Nettle Nlclcum, George, and Irwin. Services Tuesday, 2 p.m., at funeral home, 3301 Fullerton avenue. Interment Oakrtdge. Member Of Veritas lodge. No. 926, A.F. and A.M. BRAUN-Fred C. Braun, beloved husband of Pauline E.t nee Poczekaj, dear father of Anna Lee Dreyer, grandfather of Richard and Patricia Ann, brother of Frank and Elizabeth Frelich. Funeral Tuesday, March 23, at 9:15 a.m., from funeral home, 3440 N. Central avenue, to St. Cornelius church. Interment St. Adalberts. Kil. 5420, BUECHEL-Eliiabeth Krets Buechel of 1965 Foster avenue, beloved wife of the late Joseph C. Buechel, fond mother of John, Rita Taylor, Lillian, Melbourne, Dorothy Webb, James, and Joseph, sister of John, William, Joseph, Helen Meyers, Louise Cummer, Catherine Weltze, Sister Mirriam, L. J. C, and the late Adam and Ernest Kretz. Funeral Monday, March 22 at 9:30 a.m., from funeral home, 1359 Devon avenue, at Glenwood, to St. Gregory's church and St. Boniface cemetery. BURKE-Thomas F. Burke, of ltl 8. Ada "street, beloved husband of me late cuen, nee Burke, fond father of Margaret Seitz, Loretta, Josephine Baldwin and Agnes Moore, brother of Richard, Catharine Gibbs, Margaret Rudd and the late Michael of New York, grandfather of Thomas and Laverne Seitz, Edward and Eugene Baldwin, Edward and Reglna Moore and Helen Delmonte. Funeral Monday at 10 a.m., from funeral home, at Racine avenue at 78th place, to St. Sablna's church. Interment Mount Olivet. Tri. 7300. BUTT-Donald Otto Butt, M.M. 1c U.S.N., Mrs. Shirley Ross and Edwin Butt, brother-in-law of Thomas W. Koas ir. At cnapej, aio w. 63rd street, at Harvard avenue, where services will be held, Tuesday, March 23, at 3 p.m. Interment Oak Woods. CARROLL-John Bruce Carroll, suddenly, March 19. 216 N. Scoville avenue. Oak Park, husband of Jessie C-, father of John Bruce Jr., and Elizabeth C. De Wlndf. Resting at funeral home( 203 S. Marion street (Wisconsin avenue). Oak Park, after 3 p.m., Sunday. Services Monday, X p-m. Interment Forest Home. Euclid 70 CLARK-Cltfford A. Clark, late residence. Forest Lake, Prairie View, 111., beloved husband of Haiel Clark, fond father of Mlnnetta Short of Calif, and Warren Clark. Services Monday, March 22, at 3 p. m., at funeral home, 6754 Northwest hwy. Interment Arlington cemetery. COLSON-See Paul Consolazlone notice. CONLON-Carollne M. Conlon, nee Dillner, beloved wife of the late Patrick H., fond mother of Elsie Rogers, Arthur Conlon, and the late Edward, six grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, sister of Augusta Ben dig, Mary Bohen, Minnie Uhr hammer, Hilda Semmlow, and the late Emll and Ernst, Dillner, and Fredericks Walters. Resting st parlors, 6451-63 S. Ashland, until Monday morning. Services 1 p.m., at Hope Ev.Luth. church, 64th and Washtenaw. Interment Bethania. Prospect 022a CONSOLAZIONE-Paul Consolazlone, March 19, of 5403 S. Shields avenue, beloved husband of Anna, dear father of John and Joseph Consolazlone and Paul Colson. past president of Union Sicilian!. Resting at-chapel, 6522 S. Halsted street. Funeral Monday, March 22, from chapel, at 9 a.m., to St. Anne's church, for Mass at 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Mary's. bEEGAN-Mary Hogan Deegan, beloved wife of Patrick Deegan, dear mother of Joseph, William Deegan and Catherine Morgan. Fond sister of the late Mary Horan. Funeral Wednesday. 8:45 a.m., from funeral home, 79th street st Loomis boulevard, to St. Gabriel's church. Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Information Triangle 1187. - DeROOSE-Julius G. DeRoose, beloved husband of the late Rosalie, fond father as Mrs. Suzanne Schmidt, Leonard and Albert DeRoose. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m., from chapel, , 929 Belmont avenue, to Our Lady of Mount Carmel church. Interment SU Boniface cemetery. DEVERJEUX-Frieaa Deveretnc, nee Baur, of 1732 Carmen avenue, March 18, 1948, be loved wile of Harvey u. uevereux, lonu daughter of Mrs. Christina Baur. At chapel, 650 1 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Monday. March 22, at 2 p.m. Entombment Ro serial Mausoleum. DOLASINSKI-Julis Dolaslnski, beloved daugh ter of tne late jonn ana cva, loving swier of Anna, Mary, Frank, Bruno, John, and Leo, godmother of Karen Joy Boness. Resting at home, 6834 Manton avenue. Funeral Tuesday, March 23, at 9:15 a.m., to St. ' Hedwig's church. Interment St. Adalberts. Pal. 4400. 7 DOLLE-Bernard A. Dolle, loving father of Elizabeth Hanley, Kalherine Poltrock, Theresa Batka, and Bernard A. Jr., fond brother of Bernadlne Koll, Casper, Peter, Dora Hayes, and Fred, grandfather of six. Resting at chapel, 2410 W. North avenue. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a. m. at SU Mark's church. Interment Mount CarmeL DOME-Ernest Dome, of 2940 S. Parnell ave nue, beloved husband of Ethel Thomas Dome, fond father of Frances Foyer, Charles and William Dome, dear brother of Marie Hamm. Funeral Tuesday, 2 p.m., from chapel, 712 W. 31st street. Interment Evergreen cemetery. Information Victory 1156. FATJ-John Fau Sr., loving father of John Jr. and Albert Fau. r uneral Monaay, Marcn 1948, 2 p.m., at Chapel, 6213-15 W. 26th street, Berwyn. Interment Bohemian National. Stanley 18B6. FF.F.NY-Mary McHenry Feeny, beloved wife of the late George S., fond mother of Mrs. J. H. McCortney, George A., Charles B., Mrs. Richard Hawkey, and Clarence J. Feeny. Funeral Monday, March 22, at 10 a.m., from funeral home, 1359 Devon avenue, at Glenwood, to SU Thomas of Canterbury church. Interment Wheeling, W. Vs. Please omit flowers. FLIGHT-Margaret S. Flight, March 19, st London, Ontario, Canada, beloved wife of tlie late William N. Resting at funeral home, 6708 W. Madison street, where services will be held Monday, at 1 p.m. Interment Forest Home. Member of Siloam chapter, No. 119, ' O.E.S. Austin 2012. FLORIAN-Augusta Florlan, nee Stenzel, March iwi, wue oi the late cnaries A., mother of Mabel Nelson, Helen Wendland, Adeline Wager and Charles Florian, grandmother of five grandchildren and seven great -grandchildren, sister of Charles and! Herman Stenzel. Services Monday, March 22nd, 1 p.m., st chapel, 124-6 Madison street, at Lombard avenue. Oak Park. Interment Mount Emblem. Eastern Star services by Union Park chapter No. 673, O.E.S. Member of Shepherd's shrine No. 49. Syracusan Temple, No. 268, Pythian Sisters, and past chief's association. FRAZIER -Emily Kathryn Frazler, of 1529 George street, Downers urove, oeiovea wue of Monroe, loving mother of James, sister of Mrs. T. E. Pauley of Mattoon, 111., and Leila Armstrong of San Francisco, Cal. Services Monday, 2:30 p.m.. In chapel, 6017 Highland avenue. Downers Grove. In-terment Clarendon Hills. Downers Grove 1000 FULGENZI-Larry R. Fulgenzl, of Midlothian, 111., beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. ienae Fulgenzl. Resting at funeral home, 13050 S. Greenwood avenue. Blue Island, 111. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m., from St. Christopher church, Midlothian, III. Interment St. Benedict cemetery. GILLIGAN-Sue Gilligan, of 158 N. La Porte avenue, beloved daughter of the late Thomas and Mary, nee Galllgam loving sister of the late Edward, Margaret, and Sara Gilligan, fond aunt of Mayme Imrnekus. Funeral Tuesday, 10 a.m., from chapel, 4817 Madison street to St. Thomas Aquinas church. Burial Calvary. Austin 1137. GINSBERG-Wllliam (Billy) Ginsberg, of 3800 Lake Shore drive, beloved husband of F.thel, nee Fngel, dear father of Stanley and Betiy, fond brother of Mrs. Max Roswnbeum, of lit, Louis, Mo., Dr. J. L. Reuben, and fcadye l-evy, Keating at chapel, 614b Broadway. Services Monday 11a. m., at Anshe Emet Synagogue, Pine Grove at Grace street Interment Anshe Emet Section, Memorial park, please omit flowers. CUNDERSON-Thllda Gunderaon, nee Juergen-sen, March 19, 1948, beloved wife of the , late Dr. Cornelius Gunderaon, dear daughter of Theodora Juergensen, fond sister of Olga Sullivan, Margaret Lagergren, Jennie Petersen, Bruno, Adol ph. and Herbert, stepmother of Marjorie Blerdeman, Glen and Kenneth Gunderaon. ' Funeral Tuesday, 2 p. m., at chapel 4325 Ar milage avenue. Interment Irving Park. HALL-Harry C. Hall, late of 2177 N. Waple-wood avenue, beloved husband of Mary B. Hall, nee Chalupska, fond father of Iris Bartholomae, the late Harry C. Jr., and Raymond C. Hall, brother of Fred C. Hall of Mollne, 111. Services Monday, 1 p.m. at funeral home, 3301 Fullerton avenue. Interment Montrose. Member of Loyal Order of Moose, No, 3, and Street Car Local Union. ' Dlv. 241. HALLMANN-Augusta Hallmann. beloved wife of the late Emll E., dear mother of Charles J., the late Emll C, and Mrs. Alma Peshek, grandmother of eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Services Monday, 1:30 p. m., at cliapel, 1939 W. 35th street. Interment Evergreen. HARTMANN-George J. Hartmann, beloved husband of Sophie, loving father of Walter, George A. ana Mrs. Helen Frischkorn and the late Fred J., Adeline Dickerson, and John Nicholas Hartmann, fond brother of Mrs. Bertha Oehme. Services Tuesday, 2:30 p.m., from funeral home, 18022 Dixie highway, Homewood, 111. Interment Evergreen cemetery. -CEATH 0TttES- EANSEN-Erlk Hansen, beloved husband of Ane, fond father of Elis, Jens, Erik Jr., Carl, Ellen Lutzen, and Bergliot Mitchell. Funeral Monday, 1 p.m., at chapel, 3807 Lincoln avenue. Interment Montrose. HEALY-Margaret Healy, nee Miller, beloved wife of the late Joseph, loving mother of Mrs. Julia Deianey, grandmother of James Jr. Funeral Monday, March 22, at 9 a.m., from funeral home, 4255-57 W. Division street, to S.s. Cyril and Methodius church. Interment Mount Carmel cemetery. Albany 3600. HERRMANN -Helena Herrmann, nee Redschleg, late of 1448 N. Keeler avenue, beloved wife of the late Charles Sr., fond ' mother of Edward, Charles, Arthur, Mrs. Elsie Albrerht, Albert, Herbert, and Mrs. Lytlla Ull. Funeral Tuesday, March 23. 2 p.m.. at funeral home 4255-67 W. Division street. Interment Irving Park cemetery. Albany 3600. HTNZ-Fred Hinz, dearly beloved son of the late John and Elizabetn, fond orotner ox jonn. and Minnie, brother-in-law of Louise, uncle of Kenneth and Clarence. Resting at funeral home, 4138 W. North avenue: Services 2:00 p.m., Monday, March 22. Interment SU Lucas. Information, Belmont 6812. HROBSKY-Otto Hrobsky, 6729 Riverside drive, loving son of the late John and Emily, brother of Rose. Services Monday, 2 p.m., at chapel, 6507 W. Cermak road, to Wood-lawn cemetery. Stanley 2310. HUNT-Ann Manion Hunt, beloved wife of John, iona mower oi james, Mary, Annette, ana John, daughter of Peter and Bridget Manion, sister of Martin, Thomas, Mary, Bensie. Bridle, Patrick, and Peter. At chapel, 6208 N. Western avenue. Funeral Monday, March 22 at 9:30 a.m., to SU Timothy's church. Interment All Saints. IMMEKUS-See Sue.Gilligan notice. JASMUND-Emma Jasmund, beloved wife of the late William, fond mother of Mrs. Ella Wolk and William F., sister of Albert Wand-rey and Ottilia Bonter, grandmother of Gladys Kreml, Charles and Richard Wolk, great-grandmother of Gale Gary and Gwenn KremL Member of McKinley chapter, No. 674, O.E.S. Resting at chapel, 1648 W. 63rd street until 1:30 p.m., Tuesday. Services 3 p.m. Tuesday, at Drexel Park Presbyter-' tan church, 64th street and S. Marshfield avenue. Interment Falrmount. KARP-Lena Karp, nee Krohn, 1627 S. Millard avenue, beloved wue oi the late Samuel, dear mother of Harry Karp, Beatrice Kaplan, Sadelle Goldstein, and Ray Miller, grandmother of ten, great-grandmother of five, sister of Ida Mell, Rose Mild. Frieda Levenson, the late Harry and Hyman Krohn. Services Monday, 1 p.m., at funeral chapel, 704 S. Crawford avenue. Interment Jewish Waldhelm. KART -Isaac Kart, of 6619 N. Christiana avenue, beloved husband of Sonia, nee Beym, dear father of Samuel, Eugene, and Gilbert, devoted grandfather of five grandchildren, fond brother of Louis of Los Angeles. Services Monday, 10 a.m., at ' chapel, 6206 Broadway. Interment Westlawn. KEATING-Michael C. Keating, of 4331 S. Tal-man avenue, dearly beloved husband of Margaret, nee Schmidtke, devoted father of Henry E. Keating, Lillian Crist, and Evelyn Johnson. Services Tuesday, 1:30 p.m., at chapel, 1716-18 W. 63rd street. Interment Bethania. Prospect 1000-3889.' , KEENAN-Peter M. Keenan, loving son of the late Peter and Margaret, nee Moran, dear brother of Joseph, Arthur, the late Sarah Pierce, and James. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m., from funeral home, 619 S. Ashland blvd, to SU Jar lath church. Interment Calvary. KEILER-Sophle Keller, ne Prellberg, wife of the late Louis, dear mother of Marie, Del-bert, Nevere Tugel, Gale, Madlyn Lory and Beverly Hamby. Resting at funeral home, 192 S. York street, Bensenville, Illinois, where services will be held, Monday, 2:00 p.m. Interment MU Emblem. KLIMA-Otto F. Kllma, late of 2801 S. Tripp avenue, beloved husband of Marie, nee Slansky, loving father of Edwin, brother of Joseph, Mary Styber, Christine Peters and Anna Ciha. Services Monday, March 22, at 1:30 p.m., at chapel, 2534 S. Pulaski roadv Interment Bohemian National cemetery. Lawndale 3972. . . KNOWLES-Walter Knowles, late of 7907 Drea-el avenue, husband of EMzabeth. Funeral Monday, 1:30 p.m., at mortuary', 10001010 ' E. 79th street. Interment Oak Woods. Please omit flowers.' KNOWLTON-Dan V. Knowlton, suddenly, March 19, husband of Mildred, nee Bellows, father of Mrs. Homer Conrad, Mrs. Spencer Jacobsen, and Mrs. Jack Jacobsen. Funeral Monday, 2:30 p.m., from Feddes chapel, Peotone. KOHNSTAMM-Clara Kohnstamm, beloved wife of Jacob H., loving mother of Walter J. Kohnstamm and Elizabeth K. Mass, grand--mother of Edward A. and Michael J.. Kohnstamm, and Ronald Maas. Services at chapel, 3654 W. Roosevelt road, 11 avtn., Moo-day. Interment private. KOLAR-Erwin Kolar, 2705 S. Lawndale ave nue, beloved son of Emily, brother or fcdwin F., George F., and the lata Blanche Svoboda, brother-in-law of Lottie and Jennie Kolar. Funeral Monaay, March 22, 8:30 a.m., from chapel, 3440 W. 26th street to Blessed Agnes church. Interment SU Adalberts. Bishop 6747. KORMANN-Otto H. Kormann. Sr.. beloved husband of the late Ida. dear father of Edna t eenner and otto H. Jr., brother of August of Seattle, Wash., and Louise Adams. Services Monday, 1:30 p.m., at funeral home, 2500 N. Cicero avenue. Interment St. Lucas. Member of Streetcar Men's union, div. 241. Berkshire 6070. KRAL-Adolph Krai, husband of Frances, father of Blanche Novak, Mildred Kotalik and Irving, brother of Mary Blazek, Anna Carter, Lillian Proehaska, Alice Lacine, Frank J.r John G., Bohumil, Joseph F. Krai. Funeral Tuesday, March 23, 1948, at 8:30 a.m., from chapel, 2534 S. Pulaski road, to Blessed Sacrament church. Interment SU Adalbert's. Canal 3023. KRAKOW-Mollle Krakow, beloved wife of Henry, dear mother oi Al., iiaipn, ana me late Seymour Mansfield, fond sister of Mrs. BUma Brooks, I.C. Friedman, Barney Friedman, and the late Ethel Krakow, grandmother of five. Funeral Monday, March 22, 10 a.m., at chapel 3021 Lawrence avenue. Interment Westlawn cemetery. KRIZ -Jerry Krlz, of 112 Meadow court, Hins dale, ui., oeiovea nusDana ox Marie ttnz, nee Kadlec, fond father of Raymond, Joseph, and Lillian Vlcha, brother of Mary Koukol and Frank Krlz, four grandchildren and other relatives. Member of Cicero Police Ben. ass'n. Funeral Monday, 8:30 a.m., at home for funerals, 6844 W. Cermak road, to Our Lady of the Holy Mount church. Inf. Olympic 243. LENSKI-Leonard Lenski, beloved husband of Martha, fond father of Eleanor Dilillo, Leonard Jr., and Edward, brother of Agnes Gulch and Rose Iwinski, father-in-law of Frank Dilillo, grandfather of Robert and James. Funeral Tuesday, at 9 a.m., from chapel, 2945 S. 49th avenue, Cicero, to St. Dionysius church. Interment St.' Adalbert's. Olympic 177. LINDON-George Llndon, beloved husband of Bertha, fond father of Elick, dear grandfather of Araie, brother-in-law of Will, Jack, and Sarah Schwartz. Funeral Monday, March 22. at 10 a.m, at chapel, 936 E. 47th street. Interment Mount Isaiah-Israel cemetery. Please omit flowers. LIPIN SKI -Mathilda Llplnski, nee Kurek, late of 5014 5. Throop street, beloved wife of Anthony, loving daughter of Ignatius and Veronica Kurek, dear sister of Sophie, " Irene and Stella, sister-in-law of Dr. S.E. Stanley, John Puts and William Radachonski,. daughter-in-law of Walter and Mary Llplnski. Funeral Monday, March 22, at 10:30 a.m. from chapel, 1256-58 W. 61st street, to St. John of God church. Interment Resurrection cemetery. Bou. 6257. LOSSrfe -Karen Mae Lossie, Westmont, March 19, 1943, age six years, five months, seven days, loving daughter of William and Evelyn, fond sister of prlscilla Ann, and William Jr, granddaughter of William T. and the late Mildred Lossie, and Fred and Inga Wehr-melster. Services Monday, March 22, ' 2 p.m., at 109 N. Cass avenue, Westmont, and 3 p.m., at Evangelical Mission Covenant church, Hinsdale. Interment Clarendon Hills. LYNCH-Magdelena M. Lynch, beloved wife of John A. Lynch, fond mother of James, John, William, and Sister Mary John Arthur, B.V.M. sister of Ida Peterson, Lidriie Emmerson, Emil La nge, Henry and John Felner. Funeral Monday, March 22, 10:30 a. m., o St. Odllo's church. Interment Ouaen of Heaven cemetery. Call Lawndale 3240 or Stanley 1062. ; MALNECK-Minnle Malneck, nee Bronsteln, of 6009 Sheridan road, beloved wife of Morris, loving mother of Dorothy Fender and Rosalind Shapiro, devoted grandmother of Gayle Darla Fender, fond sister of Louis, Jack, Harry, Sadie Levinthal, Clara Bromberg, Sylvia Ogan, Ruth pollkoff and. the late Dorothy Bell. Services Monday, 3:00 p.m. at chapel, 5208 Broadway. Interment P.O.W. Waldhelm. MANSFIELD-see Mollle Krakow notice. MARSHALL-Walte r S. Marshall, beloved husband of Betty, nee Cox, dear father of Diane and Walter H., fond son of Mr. and Mrs. Rade Vojvodich, brother of Robert. Resting at chapel, 2024 E. 75th street. Services Monday, March 22, at 3 p. m. MATH1S-Erna Mathis, nee Kuester, beloved ' wife of Joseph, dear mother of Earl, fond sister of Eric Kuester, and the late Ella Hanzllk. Services Tuesday, 12:45 p. m., at funeral home, 3517-27 N. Pulaski road. . Interment Montrose. Independence 5800. McDONALD-PeW P. McDonald, tale of 1646 W. Garfield boulevard, beloved son of the late Thomas and Mary Cully McDonald, fond brother of Denis F., Mary Simpson, Thomas J., and the late Matthew and James McDonald. Funeral Monday, 9 a.m. from, chapel, 6516 S. Ashland avenue, to St. Basil's church. Mass, 9:30. Interment Mount OliveU Information Prospect 003 L McfVER-Rose E. Mclver, nee Kelly, of 4542 W. 63rd street, beloved wife of Harry; funeral Monday, 9 a.m., from chapel, 6908 S. Kedzie avenue, to St. Nicholas of Tolentine church. Interment SU Mary's. Gro. OQrfO. -BIATH MTlCEt- McMAHON-William A. McMahon, Ute of 4358 Monroe street, beloved husband of Wanda, dear father of Lucille, Bernice. Alice, William. Ronald, and Thomas. Funeral Monday at 10 a.m. .from funeral home, 4246 W. Madlaon street, to SU Mel's church. Interment Mount Carmel. McNAIR-Lucy Boynton McNatr, March 19, 1948, of 2405 Colfax street, Evanston, 111., wife of Dwight, Lincoln McNair, mother of " Frances D- McNair. Service 2 p.m. Monday, at chapel, 1567 Maple avenue, Evanston. Burial private. MELTZNER -Herman Meltzner, beloved husband of the late Lena, fond father of Sam, Arthur, and the late Helen Gerson, grandfather of four, brother of Kate Jacobson. Services Monday, 10 a. m.. at chapel. bl4S Broadway. Interment Westlawn cemetery. MEYER-Henry C. Meyer Jr., of Warren-ville. Illinois, beloved father of Henry C-Meyer m, fond" son of Henry C. and Hazel, nee Brown, brother of Clarence J., uncle of Patricia Ann, James, Richard, William, and Daniel. At funeral home. 17 Madison street, Oak Park. Funeral Monday, March 22, 9:30 a.m., to Ascension church. Interment Cal vary. Member of Electrical Workers union. No. 134. MTLLER-Fred Miller, of 4739-12 West End avenue, beloved husband of Ida, nee Lamby, fond father of Orville G. and Jack O. Miller. Resting at funeral home, 217 N. Cicero avenue. Funeral services Monday, 2 p.m. Interment private, Oakrtdge cemetery. Please , omit Sowers. MTLLS-Alfred Mills, of 618 Addison street, beloved husband of Ilse F., dear father of Frances Kay. Services Monday, 2 p.m., at M12ER-B. Russell Mlzer, beloved husband of Lucille K.. nee Thllmany, loving father of Barbara and Patricia, son of Beriah, brother of Harry, Jack, Margaret, and Verne. Services at Shaw Undertakers at Battle Creek, Michigan. MONAHAN-Michael Joseph Monahan, dearly beloved nusoano ox Maoeiine,ioving lamer oi Thomas, Jaqueline, and Jeannet brother of Thomas A.J. Monahan and Theresa Keefe, of Boston, Massachusetts. Funeral Monday, March 22, at 9:30 a.m., from parlors, 2438 W. 63 street, to St. Cajetan church, 112 street and Campbell avenue. Interment MU Olivet. Prospect 6300. MOORE -See Thomas F. Burke notice. MORIEN -Marie Frizell Morien, beloved wife of the late Anthony J. Morien, devoted mother of Helen Reardon and Catherine Polo. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m., from runeral home, S18 E. 71st street, to SU Columbanus church. Interment Holy Sepulchre. MOTIS-Thomas Motis, of 2126 S. Wenonah avenue, Berwyn, Deiovea nusDana oi Hermina, nee Bock, devoted father of Gertrude Kono- facki, Dorothy, Raymond, Richard, and the-ate Norman, fond son of Mary Motis of Colorado, brother of Mary Benes, Anna Val-ach, Charles, and Rudolph and John of Colorado, grandfather of Marilyn and Chester Konopacki. Services Monday, March 22, '2 p.m., at funeral home, 6227 W. Cermak road. Interment Concordia. Stanley 1866. MOYLAN-John N. Moylan, March 19, 1948, w ""J rorrei avenue, evanston, Illinois, husband of the late Louise Clare Moylan, father of John N. Jr. and James H. Moylan, brother of Mrs. A dele Howard, Mrs. Tom Bugler, Jule. Marlon, and Harry C. Moylan. Resting at chapel, 1537 Maple avenue, Evanston. Requiem Mass 10 a.m., Monday, at SU Mary's church, Evanston. Interment Calvary cemetery. MULLINS-Clara Mullins, nee Lancos, of 3233 o. noyne avenue, De loved wife of Edward, fond mother of Robert, daughter of Paul Lan-cos and the late Anna Lancos, sister of Anna Parney, Agnes Granlczny, Margaret Long, Elizabeth Campbell and Frances Pavich. Funeral Monday, March 22nd at 6:45 A. M-, from chapel, 2506 W. 63rd street, to Our Lady of Good Counsel-church. Interment Holy Sepulchre. Prospect 7776. NAGLE-John Terry Nagle, formerly of BrooKiteia iu., nusoana ox tne late Mary, nee Kennedy. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m., from chapel, 4817 Madison street, to Our Lady of Sorrows church. Burial Mount CarmeL Austin 1137. NATJS-Oacar F. Naus, late of 6401 S. Normal blvd., beloved husband of Antonette, fond father of Lester, son of Minnie and the late . Herman Naus. Funeral Tuesday, 2 p. m., at chapel, 1654 S. All port streeU Interment Oak Glen cemetery, Lansing, HL Kindly omit flowers. NEUBERT -Bertha Neubert, nee Pedtna, of 1841 N. Drake avenue, beloved wue ox emu, fond mother of Elsie and Charles, sister of Elizabeth Pedina. Funeral from parlors, 2627 Lawrence avenue, Monday, 2 p.m. Interment Graceland cemetery. NICELY -Dora Jane Nicely, beloved wife of juoern niceiy, iona motner of Ivan H., Elizabeth Andrews and Harold Nicely. Funeral Monday, March 22, at 2 p.m., from funeral home, 3248 Jackson boulevard. Interment Forest Home. Kedzie 2394.. NOVOTNY-Joseph F. Novotny, of 6817 W. Cer- mas road, Deiovea nusoana ot Marie, devoted father of Lillian Miklas, Helen Bednar, Laddie W., Otto J., and Harry A., brother of James. Services Monday, March 22, 11 a.m., at funeral home, 6227 Cermak road, Berwvn. Interment Woodlawn. Stanley 1866. i NYDEN-Carl Nyden, late of 7351 Merrill avenue, beloved husband of Ida S.. dear fa ther of Edith, Ruby and Arthur Dewey Nyden, Mrs. fcooa Hill, ox New xorx oity ana ine late Carl and William Nyden, fond grandfather of Shirley Nyden. Resting at funeral . home, corner 79th and Aberdeen streets, where services will be held at 1:30 p.m. ' Monday, March 22. Interment Oak Hill. PKE-Robert Keith Pike, Jr., 6619 N. Navajo avenue, March 19, 1948, beloved son of Robert K. Sr. and Josephine Pike, brother of Joan Holtsnider and Pamela Pike. At chapel , ssui M. Asmand avenue, wnere services will be held Monday, March 22, at 4 p.m. Interment private. PETRASEK-Albert Petrasek, of 2615 S. Lawn dale avenue, beloved husband of the late Agnes Petrasek, fond father of Frank, Otto, " and Mllo. Funeral Monday, March 22, at chapel, 261 1 S. Lawndnle avenue, 2 p. in. Interment Bohemian National cemetery. Lawndale 8030. PRZYBORSKI-Martin PrzyborsM, 1415 Lincoln street, North Chicago, fond father of Max and John, brother of Michael, grandfather of five and great-grandfather of five. Funeral Monday, 8:30 a.m., from Salata funeral chapel, 1321 Victoria, North Chicago, to Holy Rosary church. Interment Ascension. QUTON-Palrlck J. Quinn, of 10800 S. Albany avenue, beloved husband of Mary, nee Mul-vaney, deVoted father o"l Margaret, Kathleen, Mrs. Ann Kornmeyer and the late George J., brother of Mrs. William Kelly, of Long Island. New York. Resting at mortuary. 12 E. 112th place. Funeral Monday, 9:15a.m., to st. ennsuna s cnurcn. interment noiy Sepulchre. RAHN-Matilda W. Rahn, beloved wife of the late Phillpp, dear mother cf Irene Novak, grandmother of Philip, sister of Bertha C. Flchtner, Emma Strobel, Arthur, George, and the late Paul Timmermann. Services Monday, March 22, at 2 p.m., at funeral home, 3440 N. Central avenue. Interment Montrose. Kil. 5420. REINERS-Alexander T. Relners, beloved hus band of the late Emma, fond father ox t-rna Israel and Lydia Unrath, also survived by nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Member of Div. 241 Streetcar Mens union. Resting at funeral home, 3440 N. Central avenue, until noon, Monday. Lying in state) at Jehovah Ev. Luth. church, Belden and Ridgeway avenues, from 12:30 Monday, March 22, until time of service, 2 p.m. Interment Wunders. Kildare 6420. RENTSCH-Sarah A. Renlsch, nee Ross, 4852 Berenice avenue, beloved wife of the late Julius H. Rentsch, fond mother of Vlda M. Cisar, grandmother of Jewel Clsar. Services 2 p.m., Monday, at funeral home, 4447 Irving Park road. Interment Acacia Park cemetery. 4, RDCON-Mae Rlxon, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John C. Gunderson, wife of the lale Hans A. Rlxon, mother of Mrs. Pearl Winnen, and Paul Rixon of Lake Geneva, sister of Mrs. Alex Radsater, two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Service at funeral home, 3916 Irving Park road, Monday, March 22, at 2 p.m. Interment Memorial Park. Member of Theo-dosia chapter. No. 182, O.E.S. and Irving Park Women's club. ROniN-Alex (Sandy) Robin, March 1ft, suddenly. beloved husband of Helen, beloved eon ot tne late John and Sarah, fond brother of William Robin, Lucille McKeon, and the late Elizabeth Bailey. Resting at chapel, 5522 S. Halsted street, where services will be held Monday, 1:30 p.m. Interment Mount Hope. Member of Olympia council. No. 91, Royal League. RYAN-Peter Ryan, formerly of 1269 W. 74th place, beloved husband of Margaret Nolan Ryan, fond father of Eileen Loretta, Michael Kevin, and John Phillip Ryan. At funeral home, 69th at Justine street. Funeral Monday, 10 a-m., to SU Brendan's church. Interment Holy Sepulchre. SADLER-Nicholas Sadler, March 18, 1943, beloved husband of the late Marie, loving father of Charles R., and Walter B., dear grandfather of five grandchildren. At chapel. 5501 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Monday, March 22, at 1 p.m. Interment Memorial Park. SANDERS -Sarah Sanders, of 1612 S. Lawndale avenue, wife of the late Joseph, beloved mother of Julia Peller, Lee Roth, Frances, Sy, Morris, Irving, Phil, and Harry, ten grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Services Monday, 2 p.m., at chapel, 3654 W. Roosevelt road. Interment I.O.B.A. cemetery, Waldhelm. Please omit flowers. SCHTLLING-BenJamin B. Schilling, March 19, ' )S4ii, of 6808 Clyde avenue, husband of Nora Shea Schilling, father of Mary Frances, brother of Mrs. Margaret Sreiner, Mrs. Mary Marcheski, Mrs. Laura Chase, Walter, Leo, and Mrs. Gertrude Richards. Funeral . Monday, 9 a.m., chapel, Jeffery blvd. at 77th st., to St. Philip Neri church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. Sou. 8822. SEITZ -See Thomas P. Burke ootice. -DEATH HOnCtS- 3rTrMmT-S?lart S.hvn14f -a fin.k1 k - loved wife of Elmer, dear mother of Ronald. devoted daughter of Bertha and the late FreJ Koeni, lond sister of LUlie LaBatt, Clarence Roetu, Myrtle O Hearn, Liberty Stargrant, Lester and l rvln Roe hi, and the late Florence! waiter, sister-in-law of George Schmidt. Funeral Tuesday, 1:30 p.m.. at chapeL 7032 Wentworth. Interment Evergreen. SCHMITZ-C on stance Schmltz, nee Slmonson, beloved wife of the late John J., loving mother of John C. and Robert E-, dear sister of Louise Slmonson and Emma Hansen, fond grandmother cf Bettys Roberta, Jerry, John C. Jr., and Penelope. Funeral Monday, 2 p.m., at chapel, 2950-58 Fullerton at Sacramento. Burial Mount Olive. Bel. 3300. CHALFR-Louise Shaler. March 1ft, 1948, be- lovea wue ox ute taie wuuam, aaar mother of Clara, Adele Lemke, and lrvin, three grandchildren, sister of Ida Noble, and George Holtze. Member of Equality chapter. i iu, w.c.o. oervices iwionaay, p.m., at funeral chapel, 4338-40 Fullerton avenue. Interment Waldheim. SLOCUM-Catherine M. Slocum, of 7444 S. Jeffery avenue, March 19, 1948, beloved wife of the late William L. Slocum, mother of Roy S. Allen, of Los Angeles, Floyd E. Slocum, and the late Robert T. Allen. At chapel, 316 W. 63rd street at Harvard avenue, where services will be held Monday, March 22, at 2 p.m. Interment Oak Hill. SMITH-Lotta E. Smith, wife of the late Dr. Kicnara s. bmun. r uneral Monday, 9 a.m., from chapel, 3800 S. Michigan avenue, to SU Anselm church. Interment Lincoln cemetery. SOBON-SmaUey A. Sobon, loving son of oeorge, xond orotner oi Anna Cukla, Bruno, Helen Buck, Edward, and the late John. , Funeral Monday, 9:30 a. m., from chapel, 6753 W. Fullerton avenue, to SU James church. Interment SU Adalberts cemetery. Berkshire 6400. . STARK- Elizabeth Stark, fond sister of Thomas, Joseph, John E., Frank J., Patrick V. and the late Henry, Mary S. Farley, Charles E.,Jeannette S. Boylson, and Grace G. Radtke, aunt of Mrs. Mary Brayton. Funeral Monday, 10:30 a.m., from chapel, 929 Belmont avenue, to Our Lady of Mount Carmel church. TRUfTJELL. Alexander C. Trusdetl, late of 4out ciaton avenue. Beloved huaband of the late Joan, brother of Jay C. Truadell. Resting at funeral home, 4332 Elston avenue. Services Tuesday, March 23, 1 p.m. Interment Adacla Park. Member of Community lodge. No. 1005, A. F. It A. M. TEITELBAUM-Llnda Teltelbaum. daughter ox bstner and Abraham Teltelbaum, fond sister of David, Cella, Ann and Robert at Indio, Cal., March 19. Services and interment Los Angeles, Cal. WALKER-Harry W. Walker, beloved husband ot Anna s., iona son ot Ignatius snd the late Stella Wochna, brother of Mrs. Louise Plekal, Mrs. Marie Payne, John, and Robert ' Wochna. Funeral Monday, 9 a.m., from parlors, 67th St. and Dorchester av., to SU Cyril's church. Interment Resurrection. WOLF-Arthur 1. Wolf, of Downers Grove, March ia, Deiovea husband of Laura, nee Myren, brother of William J., Edward G., and Catherine Rush. Funeral mass at SU Joseph's church Monday, March 22, at 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Boniface. Resting at funeral home, 4920 Main street, Downers Grove. WOODWARD-Stanley R. Woodward, March 18, suaaemy, in tionoiuiu, Hawaii, nusoand ox the late Bea. father of Stanley M., brother of the late Marian, stepfather ot Lawrence Turner. Services and interment Kalamazoo, Michigan. WOCHNA-see Harry W. Walker notice. WOZNY-Ignatlus Wozny, late of 4852 Hutchln- William J. and Sylvia. Funeral Monday, 9:15 a-m., from parlors, 834-38 N. Ashland avenue, to Our Lady of Victory church. Interment SL Adalbert's. Haymarket 5800. WHITTEN-Louis B. Whitten, beloved husband ox Minnie, xond father of Sidney. Funeral Monday, 2 p.m., at chapel, 2346 W. Madison streeU Interment Mount Auburn cemetery. ZYMALI-Harry Zymall, beloved husband of Anna, nee jeien, loving xatner ox Kaymona, Mrs. Audrey Rea and Virginia, beloved son, of Florence and the late Caslmlr Zymall, fond brother of Edward, Roman, Thomas, Frank, George, Mrs. Mae Holms trom, and Mrs. Adeline Cunningham. Funeral Monday, at 9:30 a.m., from chapel, 1006 N. Western avenue, to SU Francis of Assist church. In terment SU Adalberts. Armitage 3379. Death notices on this pas are in TWO wnduplicatad alphabetical listings. Tha lata edition notice follow. - le MtBOrlim , COURTIN-Bllly Boy Courtln; March 21, 1947. Oh wee little one, that I loved so. Sleep while the angels croon A heavenly song to you, Billy Boy, And I will be with you soon. AUNT TINY -DEATH NOTICES- ACREE-William R. Acree. of 1201 Pasco Del Mar, San Pedro, California, beloved husband ox uuiie, iona son ox Mary ana tne late captain Horace, brother of Mae Norwood, Jesse, Norman, and Grace Haas. Memoer ox William McKinley lodge, No. 676, A.F.4.A.M. Funeral at San Pedro. ALEXANDER-Thomas Alexander, March 20, 1948, of 1335 Ashland avenue, Wllmette, 111., beloved husband of Ruth Alexander, loving father of Jean and Dorothy Alexander. Resting at chapel, 1567 Maple avenue, Evanston. Requiem Mass 10 a.m., Tuesday, at St. Francis Xavier church, 9th street and Linden avenue, Wllmette. Interment All Saints cemetery. BALUNGER-Elizabeth A. Ballinger. nee Brazier, 9944 S. Hamilton avenue, March 20, IB4H, beloved wife of the late Horace w. Bellinger, fond mother of Mrs. Paul H. Hahn waiter E., ana Mrs. Artnur if. zacner. At chapel, 2121 W. 9bth street, where services will be held Monday, March 22, at 2 p.m. Interment private. Elkhart, Ind. papers please copy. BONDZINSKJ-Anton Bondzinskl, March 19, 1948, fond father of Dr. John Bondzinskl, Frank. Alex, Julia Lee, Anne Vlncek, and Kathertne Swanberg. Funeral Tuesday, March 23, at 9:30 a.m., from funeral home, 4605 S. Hermitage avenue, to Holy Cross church. Interment St. Caslmir's cemetery. Yards 1741. CHAMPION-Rosamond Champion, late residence. 6736 N. Odell avenue, beloved sister of Kathryn, dear niece of Julia R. Champion. Services Monday, Marcn iu., i:ou p.m., ax funeral home, 6754 Northwest hwy. Interment private. Rockford, Illinois papers please copy. COLLINS -John Cyril Collins, son of Lucy Ryan Collins and the late John S. Collins, brother of Paul J., Louis W., Edwin L., Jerry C, Albert, Mrs. Ann Hundrieser. Mary M., and L. Aurelia. Funeral Tuesday, at 9:30 a.m., from funeral home, 1732 Wilson avenue, to Our Lady of Lourdes church and All Saints cemetery. DEMPSEY-Catherine A. Dempsey, nee O'Brien, late of 5103 Washington boulevard, beloved wife of the late Dennis, dear mother of Marie V. Dempsey, sister of M. T. Hen-neberry and Mrs. Thomas Murphy Sr. Funeral Tuesday, March 23, at 9:30 a. in., from funeral home, 103 N. Laramie avenue at Washington boulevard, to St. Thomas Aquinas church. Interment SU Patrick's . cemetery, Jollet, 111. EVANS-Emma S. Evans, beloved wife of the late Edward, loving mother of Marie Par-shall, Lillian, George, John, James, and Rosemary. Funeral Monday, 10 a.m., from chapel, 2950-58 Fullerton at Sacramento, to St. Sylvester's church and SU Joseph's. . Belmont 3300. FISCHER-Mary Fischer, nee Siegl. of 1560 Orchard street, beloved sister of Amelia Pasold, snd several nephews and nieces. Resting at funeral home, 736 W. North avenue. Services Tuesday, March 23, at 1 :30 p.m. Interment Eden. FRIEHD-Gustave H. Friend, of 019 Margate terrace, beloved son of Sarah and the late Harry, dear brother of Mildred, Ruth Bryce, Max and Clara. Services Monday, 2 p. m., at chapel, 6145 Broadway. Interment O. K. O.J. Waldhelm. ftlNDAHL-Davld Hlndahl, beloved huaband ot Margaret, fond brother of Andrew, Mrs. Agnes Ryerson, the late Burr and Mrs. Allan Norbey. Funeral at chapel. 3337-39 W. North avenue, Monday, March 22, at 1 p.m., to Acacia Park cemetery. HUSTON -William Huston, of 3838 Greenvlew avenue, beloved son of William and Jessie Huston, brother of Mrs. John Moore and Mary Huston. Funeral Monday, 2 p.m., at chapel, 929 Belmont avenue. Interment Rosehill. JOHNSON-Gust Robert Johnson, March 20, 1948, of 1106 Elmwood avenue, Evanston, HI., husband of Hilda S. Johnson, father of Mrs. Julia Solem, Mrs. Hulda Strom, and Rudolph J. Johnson, brother of Peter R. Johnson. Resting at chapel, 1567 Maple avenue, Evanston. Funeral notice later. KAECKER-Herman Kaecker of 6440 3. Loomis street, dearly beloved husband of Rose, nee Fralder, loving father of Mrs. Edna McCarthy, Edward, Florence, Mrs. Alice Andrews, Henry, Mrs. Csrol German, the late Herman CCharles O., and George J. Kaecker, fond brother of Mrs. Frieda Koehm, Henry, Mrs. Elizabeth Hill, and Mrs. Emma Lakey, loving grandfather ot ten grandchildren. Services Tuesday, 2 p.m., at chapel, 5652 S. Ashland avenue. Interment St. Mary's cemetery. Member of Cemetery Workers union, local 106, A.F. of L. Republic 0078. KIRCHNER-Edwln W. Klrchner, of 2970 Sheridan road, March 20, 1948, beloved husband of Bertha F., (Burdy) fond brother of Ernst A., of Minneapolis. At chapel, 6501 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be -held Tuesday, March 23, at 3 p. to. Interment Graceland. KLOTZ-See, Emma Sychowskl notice. STEWARD TELLS HOW HE PUSHED GIRL FROM SHIP Actress Died in His Arms, He Says WINCHESTER, England, March 20 (APV-Ship Steward James Camb. 30, described to a jury today how he shoved the body of a pretty Lon don actress into the sea last Oct ober froir. a port hole of her cabin. The Glasgow sailor is accused of murdering Eileen Gibson, 21, when she resis El ieen Gibson ted his advances aboard the linei Durban Castle. Canib insisted In cross-questioning that Miss Gibson welcomed his love making and that she died s they lay in her bed. He said he vainly tried to restore her with artificial respiration. Convinced that she was dead, he testified, his first thought was to get rid of the body to avoid being incriminated. Body Never Found "I stood on the bed." he said, lifted her up to a sitting position and then lifted her with my hands Just above the porthole. I pushed her arms thru first anl the rest of the body followed quite easily. The Durban Castle, en route from Cape Town, South Africa, to England, was then in African waters off Portuguese Guinea. The sea there is shark infested, and the body never has been found. Ashamed of Deed Camb said he conceded that it was "beastly conduct" and that he is ashamed of what he did. Evelyn Joan Armour, defense witness, said Miss Gibson had a seizure in 1946 when they both were serving in the English ATS, an army service equivalent to the American WACS. peter A. Dalby, a former army private who appeared in service shows with Miss Gibson, said once she fell off her chair in a railroad coach and had a hysterical fit on the floor. U.S. Ship Takes 860 DPs From Bremen To Austral ia BREMEN. March 20 (Reuters)-Eight hundred and sixty displaced persons, mostly from the United States zone of Germany, sailed for Australia today in the American ship Cen. W. M. Black. The 650 men in the party will work on farms.. -DEATH NOTtCES- LAKIN -Grace, see Grace D. Markley notice. LUEBECK-Emma Luebeck, March 19, late residence, 10353 avenue L., wife of the late Frederick, mother of Ruth, Harold, and the late Hazel, sister of Mrs. William Raddatz, Mrs. Minette Cady, Mrs. Julia Schwltters, Mrs. Sylvia Schwerzler, Mrs. Lucille Burt, and Henry Penner. Funeral Monday, 2 p.m.,, at mortuary, 10240 Ewlng avenue, the Rev. L. Stauss officiating. Interment Oak Woods cemetery. Sou. 0632.- MARKLET-Grace D. Markley, of 630 Roscoe street, March 19, 1946, loving mother of Louise La kin. dear sister of Ada Hager, of Indianapolis, Ind. At chapel, 5501 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Monday, March 22, at 3 p. m. Interment Rosehill. McINTYRE -Daniel Melntyre, March 19, of 914 E. OaJcwood blvd., lather ot Clara, Ci race Earl, and WUllam. Services In chapel, 4227 Cottage Grove avenue, Monday, 1:30 pjn. Interment Mount Hope. MUFFAT-Kathryn Muffat, of 4736 N. Maiden street, loving wife of Max, fond mother of Charles Muffat and Catherine Swartz, dear grandmother of Barbara Jeane, Collet! Miriam, Carole Joyce, Ronelle Nsoml. Judith Marie, and Sandra Lynn Swartz, beloved daughter of the late Jeremiah and Nellie Hag-erty, sister of NelUe Hagerty, Alice Sutton, Gertrude Stritesky, Lillian Tangye, Evelyn Garrett, Joseph Hagerty, the late Mary, Jerry, and George Hagerty. Funeral Monday, :30 a.m., from funeral home, 4225 Sheridan road, to Our Lady of Lourdes church. Interment All Saints cemetery. CKEEFE -Samuel p. C Keefe, of 4211 Fifth avenue, beloved husband of Mary, nee Llnz-meter, fond father of Patrick, son of Patrick and Julia CfKeefe, brother of William, John, Sister Mary padraic, R. S. M., Elizabeth and Marlon O Keefe. Resting at funeral home, 5350 W. North avenue. Funeral notice later. Tuxedo 6644. OLSON-Edward Olson, of 3928 CouneU Grove, St. Louis, Missouri, March 13, 1948, beloved husband of Blanche Olson, nee Eagle, father of Elizabeth, Edna, Loretta, Carl and Joseph Olson. Mrs. Anna Mitulski, Mrs. Bengta Blllingsley, Mrs. Ruth Bell, Mrs. Winifred Grace, Mrs. Frances Davis, and Mrs. Irene Graves: our dear father-in-law and grandfather. Funeral Wednesday, March 17 10:30 a.m., from Tanner funeral home, 6 107 Natural Bridge road, St. Louis, Missouri. Interment Calvary cemetery. PETRICK-Eva Petrick, nee Rosava, late of 1540 N. Lorel avenue, dearly beloved wife of the late Frank, fonri mother of Marie Rogalski, Catherine Roche, George, and Harriet Diets, dear grandmother of nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral Tuesday, March 23, at 9:30 a.m., from funeral home, 3751 W. North avenue, to St. Peter Canisius church. Interment St. Joseph's. Information Belmont 4047. RAUTENBERG-Francis Rautenberg, son of the late Andrew and Madeline, brother of George and the late LuclUe Gruanlg. Funeral Monday, 10:30 a.m., from chapel, 3159 Jackson blvd. at Kedzie, to Our Lady of Sorrows church. Interment Mount Carmel. SPOOR-Fran-es Spoor. March 19, 1948, wife oi tne late Jonn A. spoor, mother of Mrs. Caryl Spoor Broome, grandmother of John Spoor Broome, Mrs. Robert N. Miller, snd Mrs. Vernon Marquez. Services at her residence,' 1526 N. State Parkway, Monday, 2:30 p.m. Interment private. STUTZKE-FUzabeth Stutzke, nee Pleh, of Warrenvllle, 111 , beloved wife of Paul Jr., loving mother of Dorothy. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a. m., from chapel, 4117 Armltage avenue, to St. Philomena's church. Interment St. Josephs cemetery. Belmont 6019. 6027. SYCHOWSKl-Emms Syrhowskl. nee Kloti, Marcn IV, late oi N. Qajtley avenue, beloved wife of Auguat, daar elat.r of Herman and Paul Kloti. Funeral Tuesday, March 3rd, 1 p.m., from funeral home, 2056-68 Belmont avenue, interment Concordia cemetery. r VALE -Mabel L Vale, March 20, beloved sister of Mrs. Thomas Puree U, of LaPorta, Ind., fond aunt of Mrs. Jessie Nllea Schneider, of Chicago. Services Tuesday, March 23, 1 p.m., at chapel, 124-126 Madlaon street, at Lombard avenue. Oak Park. Interment LaGrange cemetery. Eastern Star services by Berwyn chapter, No. 629, O.E.S. Member of Telephone Pioneers of America, Hawthorn chapter. No. 45. VTNCEK-see Anton Bondzinskl notice. " WATERLOO-Nlcholas A. Waterloo, beloved husband of Anna, nee Helm, devoted father of Ralph and Lloyd, dear grandfather of Ralph and Lloyd, brother of Frank and Daley Waterloo and Catherine C. Keane. Funeral Tuesday at 9 a. m., from funeral home, 1023 N. California avenue, to St. Mark's church, Cortes and Campbell avenue. WEIDENBACH-Mary Wetdenbach, nee Prill. dearly Deiovea wife ox tne late jonn, loving mother of Bertha Page, mother-in-law of George Page, sister of Mrs. E. Bank and Mrs. S. Peterson. Funeral Tuesday, March 23, at 9:30 a.m., from parlors, 2438 W. 63rd street, to St. Rita charch. Interment St. Mary's. Prospect 6300. ZOSKE-Frances Marzolph Zoske, beloved wife of the late Frank Zoske, fond mother of Johanna Sass, Caroline Kettelman, Battle Olnkelman and the late Fred Mar-solph, grandmother of twelve grandchildren and twenty-two great-grandchildren. Funeral Tuesday, March 23, at 1;30 p.m., at funeral home, 3030 N. Central avenue. In tarment Montrose cemetery. ISA.. I IS fi STATE AWAITS BODIES OF 193 PACIFIC DEAD 3,295 Due to Arrive in U.S. Soon Washington. March 20 (Special -More than 3.000 bodies ot Americans who died tn th fighting for pacific islands were announced today as being aboard the United States army transport Walter W. Schwenk. due at San Francisco Monday. Of the 3.295 bodies which are being returned from Saipan and Honolulu. 193 were returned at instructions of next-of-kin residing in Illinois. Following is a list of Illinois bodies. Street addresses are given for those being re turned to Chlcaao. Abbott. Robert E.. Cery Adeni. Csesare F. , Rockford Bau. Kenneth W. . Elfin Betley. Chester J.. 2639 W.Rie st Bieltki. Chester S..1S31 N.Daatai Blackford. Kenneth M. , Fairfield Bloom. Wilford A.. Harvard Bol in. Robert G. . 2940 N. Lowell n . I Eradshaw. Jews W. .30 21 N. Odell av. I Buckley. Thosas J.. -85 6 N. Mayfield vnmpn , uwr ., juo w. notn pa Cobb. Willlaat J ,1736 Pratt blvd. Coyne, Patrick J. .jr.. Geneva Cuti. Thoaaa G. , Chicago Heights Danko, John M. .5 12S . Gunnison st DeG loppe r. Raymond A. , 83 J Lawrence av. Dishinger. Francis O. . Mundelein Doe ring. Henry P., 40IS N. Meade Dow I ins. Eugene E. , Hinsdale Dunn, Earl F. Jr.. Lake Forest Erickson, Wiltiea F., Round Loire Fogerty. Jeroete J., 5308 Fulton Foley, Guy C. , Oakland Funk. Herbert G., Elfin Gsdoenkt. Arthur R., 3707 W. 57th pi. Garrity, Jsaes, Willow Springs Gato, Robert L. , Joliet Gioe, Joseph. 644 W. Everfreen st. Gisa. Leo J.. 1016 N. Hcraiitafe Gleason, Roy W.. 3646 N. Paulina Gross. Raymond W., 483S N. Hoyna Hall, Mark. Wilctte Hall. Robert C. 10926 Avenue F Hall. Thomas V.. Alton Harkabus. Frank. 5157 S. Honor Haver land. Nicholas J.. S137 N. Wolcott av. Henry. Charles R., Hoe wood ' Herrin, George R., Elfin Hlavety, Charles. Berwyn Johnson, Robert R.. Hone wood Kshles, Rudolph. Berwyn Ksledo. John G. , 610 E. 74th st.. Kssos. George F. . 3453 W. 12th pi. Kswell, Robert R.. Lombsrd Kenefake. Martin J. Jr.. Robinson Keyset. Howard P . 1621 N St Louie av. Kotlowskt. Charles J Jr.. 1437 N. Cleaver st Krsucunat., Chsr les C. . Edge wood krol. Leonard J . 8127 S. Sawyer Kuchmuk. Laddie F , 3949 S Rockwell st Kukls. Ernest G. . 1871 N. Winnebago sv Kulik. Alois I . 2351 S Kedtie av. Kursawski. Melvin F . 5718 W. Archer av Kwasny. Emit J.. 5729. Gunnison St. Langbeen. Ernest T . 10271 Indianapolis blvd teuver. John M. . 10643 S Tie II av Limper . Fred W . Hillsboro Londergan. Alfred F . 3041 N Troy at. Love 1 1. Egbert O. . De Kalb Ludford, Philip 8. Jr.. 4442 N Western av Marssls. Samuel J.. 1714 N Kedtie av Metusssk, Joseph J. Jr., 4022 N. Pontiac av Merrick. William R.. La Salle Miller. Gerald B-. 4941 W Iowa st Morrissey. John C, 3227 N. Albsny Moustis, Charles J.. 5517 S. Paulina st. Murtsugh. Thomas J., 6548 S Hermitage av. Nichols, fcugene O. , Rockford Novsk. Joseph Jr., 5031 S Hermit- e Nowakowski. Kobert E. . 4842 S. Winchester av. Ok send ah 1, Alfred R.. Arlington Heights Omens. Robert L. . 1130 S Troy st Onesto. John R. . 735 S. Leevitt st Otton. Robert A. Jr., 2016 E. 77th st . Psrtish. Theddeus R.-Jr . 300 W. Adsms st Perry, Hsrry 4814 N. Kostner av. Pruski. Dennis W . 1329 N Rock, well st Pudlo. Henry J.. 2452 W Haddon . av Putnam. Robert J., S4S7 Iowa st. Rskitsk. Peter P . 6007 . Henderson sv. Rsttin. Rsy R . Kankske Richards. Wslter G . Kewaneo Rogera, James L. . Alton Rolls. Edward M. , 6609 S. Bishop Rygiewics. Alfred J., 8446 Muskegon av Sedlo. Joseph E . 5529 S. Killdsre av. Saline. Robert E. . Dahinda Schnell. Fred 1707 W. Division Schroeder. Alfred C . Virginia Seidenberg. Edwsrd S. . 736 S Independence blvd Shields. Jerry J.. 7036 E End av Shrobe, Robert V.. Joliet Sieger, Robert E. . 5539 S. Throop it Smith. Charles. F. , Joliet Smith. Roy E. , 6807 W. Addison st Stempien. Teddy M. , 5316 S Oak Park av Stephen, Joseph H. . Jr., 5215 Ellis av. Sundberf, Harry W. Rockford Tetrault. John D. , Keakake Thomas. David R . 7000 Ogleaby av Toft. Carl N. , 3627 N. Lawndale av Trodahl. Alesander E . 3808 N Central av Ulrich.. Herbert W. . Blue Island Vieceli. Eugene P.. 11721 S. Calumet av. wear. Edward S . 5025 Cullosi av Wells. Mauttr-e E. . Alton Wiedenbeck, Harry J. Jr.. Elmhurst Wilson. Richard T. Lombsrd Winkler. Richard C. Jr . Forest Park Witt. Ralph G . 1730 E 85th st. Woellet Normen W , Elmhurst DIRECTOR OF 0BERL IN COLLEGE I S FOUND DEAD; VERDICT SUICIDE Norwalk. 0.. March 20 (AP)-The body of William Seaman. 46. director of admissions at Oberlin college, was found today in a woods about a mile west of near-by Wakeman. Deputy Sheriff Lloyd Skinner of Huron county said the partially nude body was found in a swampv area of the woods He said Seaman's throat was slashed on both sides and there also was a slash on the left wrist and a stab wound in the chest Skinner said a note addressed to Seaman's wife said. "I am losing my mind. SUITCASE OF CLOTH IMG STOLE . C J Long, of Lebanon. Ind.. reported to police the theft of a suitcase with clothing valued at $100 from his room at 1618 S. Wabash av. HEP. LiCillLLE, FACES TOUGH PRIMARY FOE BT HAROLD SMITH (Chicago Tnbun press smcrj Decatur, March 20-Rep. Rati C. McVUltn was home on a flvixg trip from n&st lngton today to survey the havoc wrought to bis chances for re- nonunaoon ia His 22d congres sional district by human wniri- vind from Chant- Dai en. I The whiriwLnd coes by fi.e Dir. Rap. McMUien of county Juice William L. Springer cf Charrpaiga county, pre-war state's attorney w ha resigned last fall as Illinois ccrr.-mander of the American Veterans of World War II. Ever since announcing for congress last November. Judge Springer has been making political bay thru out & eight county district wtuie tr.e congressman remained at bis post. TcU Of Labor Reprisal Now there are .plenty of predictions, even by his supporters, that McMillen will be lucky to survive the April 13 primary, unless some sort of legerdemain can alter things in the next thre weeks. The McMillen camp Is inclined to' blame the activities of labor leaders in reprisal lor the congressman's vote for the Taf Hartley act. Macon county, most populous in the district, is its labor stronghold, the unionists claiming a total membership Here of 1G.000 out of the district's total of 35.000. all except a few hundred of them American Federation of Labor affiliates. There is some support for this claim. The Illinois state federation president. R. C. Soderstrors. has called upon G.O.P. county chairmen and committeeman ty letter to jump on the labor bandwagon. There's a strong rumor that labor is pouring plenty of money into the campaign, and union hired or inspired bell pushers were instrumental in getting out thousands of new vote registrants lately in Macon. Champaign, and Coles counties. th three biggest. Trying For A Showing Talk has it that union leaders-ship is making this one of its show Illinois districts, mat it is exacting no promises front its beneficiaries in return for the financial help drawn from a big national slush fund, but is relying on the bread-on-the-waters principle for its reward. It is known that Judge bpnr ger isn't committing himself on Lr.e Taft-Hartley issue, but the primary candidates don't usually g-t their necks out when tney don't have to. However, to attribute to labor all that is happening in this district, some neutral observers say. is to credit labor with an lnlu-ence it is prone to exaggerate. After all, these analysts point out. the 22nd is predominantly an agricultural district, with perhaps 76.000 of its 120.000 registered voters rooted by economics or sympathy in the soil. Makes Active Campaign One theory that gets consider able credence is that Judge Springer's personal effort in the eight counties is swinging the tide ia his favor. He's an increasingly familiar figure in the smaller counties of Shelby. DeWltt. Dead as Piatt, and Moultrie. Hi a previous campaigning in his home county of Champaign virtually assures him of carrying it easily. He has given Cole county plenty of his fluent oratory, asd has centered his drive especially in McMillen's pome county of Macon, which the primary winner will have to carry in a close primary race. McMillen s position appears to be that his party can and should return him to congress as reward for faithful adherence to party principles. Springer, who is accused in some quarters of ignoring party fealty, doesn't seem to be taking anything for granted. Criticize His Record One score on which the ordinary voter criticizes Springer is that he has never yet finished out an elective ofQce. Fifteen months after being elected state's attorney h volunteered for naval service, and a special election chose his assistant, John Ere see. as rds successor. His four year teaa as county judge will not end until Dec. 1950. which will mean that if he is elected congressman another special election will be indicated. The G.O.P. campaign here is expected to intensify as the primary nears. but whoever is nominated is practically conceded the election. The lone pernocratic candidate. Mrs. Olive Remisgtoa Goldman, is rated weaker now than in 1946. when McMillen defeatec her by 25.578 votes. PROBATION BLOCKED. TWO MARINES JAILED IN AUTO THEFT CASE Salt Lake City. March 20 (AP -Two carines were sentenced to 18 months in federal reformatories' after United States Judge Til lean 0 Johnson said "There is no way to put thea on probation." Pvt Ouane A Charter of Sandy. Utah, a rifle instructor at Great Lakes. Ill . naval training station, and Pvt. Clifford E. Messenger. Rockford. Ill . both 18. were charged with Interstate transportation of stolen car Charter also was charged with theft of automatic weapons from the Great Lakes arsenal Judge Johnson sentenced thei yesterday despite an appeal by Charter's attorney that the marine be released to custody of bis parents "Tne ay would just take you back and discipline you again if I placed' you on probation." Johnsom said V AX

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