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PART 1 PAGE 18. CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE: JANUARY 9. 1938. VALENTINE SEALS CARRY PLEA FOR HEART VICTIMS Funds Are Sought to Aid Child Patients. BY DORIS LOCKERMAN. Eetty Sovar. the thin little girl who lives in the rear flat at 1343 Cul-lerton street when she is not in a hospital, got a pencil box for Christmas. That was all. But the pencil box made her happy because for seven years Betty has had heart disease and has spent most of her time huddled beside the coal stove in the kitchen, trying to rest. Playing with a pencil, she has learned, is about the only thing she can do without making her heart pound and her head ache. Frank Schwartz, who lives at 2147 Roosevelt road, got an adventure book. The book was fine with Frank because three years ago when he was entering high school and dreaming most of adventure he, too, was told he was a heart patient. Since then he has seemed to grow taller and thinner and weaker, and he's had time to read adventure books. Joe's Gift Is Lost. Then there is Joe Cicconi, 11 years old, who lives at 1110 South Whipple street. Joe got a fine toy for Christ mas, but he can't remember what it was. He was having a heart attack that day and when it got easier for him to breathe he couldn't find his gift. Perhaps you will receive a sheet of little red hearts in the mail. Several hundred thousand have been sent out by the Chicago Heart association in opening its 1938 campaign against heart disease. If you like the St. Valentine seals and decide to buy them, Betty and Frank anc. Joe may get two gifts apiece next Christmas. A larger fund Is being asked of heart contributors this year, Mrs. Ruth Pearce McEUowney, executive director, said yesterday. A new service, planned to bring joy to the cardiac patients who are deprived of school, play, and companionship, has been added to the association's program. Will Teach Simple Crafts. An occupational therapist will make a weekly call on each child who is well enough to receive visitors. She will distribute materials for handicraft that will not be too heavy for weak hands, not too complicated for aching heads. She will spend at least an hour with each child weekly, teaching boys to mold clay, to paint, and to carve wood, and the girls to crochet or hem doll house curtains. Hildegarde Gildhorn, for instance, Is 8 years old. She is thinking of weaving squares for a sweater for her grandmother, with whom she lives at 1101 Wolfram street. It will take her a long time, she knows, but Hildegarde is in no hurry. She is a heart patient. 2 HURT IN CRASH OF AIRPLANE AT CHICAGO AIRPORT Two persons were slightly injured last night and three others were jarred when a six passenger plane starting out for Miami, Fla., crashed In the takeoff at the Chicago airport. The injured were Walter McEntyre, the pilot, end a passenger. The plane, a single motored Lock-heed-Vega, dived as it skimmed along the north runway and then ran 100 yards along the rough. McEntyre was thrown out, thereby probably missing serious injuries, for the motor of the plane was crushed into the cockpit. The plane was chartered by Wesley Sears, according to Pierce O'Carroll, head of the Monarch Flying service, which owns the plane. Sears, described as a son of Richard W. Sears, a founder of Sears, Roebuck & Co., and his secretary, a Mr. McHugh, were said to have been aboard. One of them was slightly hurt. Sears lives in Grayslake. REPORT PRINCESS SHOT IN MOSCOV FOR ESPIONAGE ICIiM-ago Tribune I'rrsn Servtee. J RIGA, Latvia, Jan. 8. The execution of Princess Nina Demidov, who Is alleged to have been responsible for the sensational theft last November of secret plans of the soviet air forces, was reported today from Moscow. Disappearance of correspondence between Jan Alksnis, chief of the -iir forces of the Red army, and aviation chiefs in the far east and whit'; Russia, led to the demotion nnd arrest of Gen. Alksnis and Col. Jordan, head of the operative section of the aviation staf, and numerous fni-I loys. fiiimiiilimtft!! ' COMPLETE FUNERALS AS LOW AS $110 i nomjTO I TWt MTV-rMVB TIMES Seek Help for Them (Story in adjoining column.) X V, . . Hildegarde Gildhorn, 1101 Wolf ram street, one of the little victims for whom Chicago Heart associa tion is seeking funds. ST TRIDUKE Photos. Joe Cicconi, 1110 South Whipple street, another heart patient for whom aid is sought. GEIGER ORDERS U. S. TO RETURN CHR YSLER PAPERS Milwaukee, Wis., Jan. 8. (JP) Federal Judge F. A. Geiger today or dered the government to return documents of the Chrysler corpora tion and its financing affiliate, the Commercial Credit company, which were used in a recent grand jury investigation of three automobile companies' business practice. Robert H. Jackson, assistant United States attorney general, objected to the Chrysler petition for return. His protest, read by Assistant United States Attorney E. J. Koelzer, asserted that the grand jury had voted indictments last Nov. 22 alleging restraint of trade in viola tion of the Sherman anti-trust act. Before it could return the indictments, the grand jury was dismissed Dec. 17 by Judge Geiger, who ruled that conferences between representatives of the companies under investigation and department of justice officials relative to a consent decree, at a time when the grand jury was in session, were " highly improper." It was reported that the Ford Motor company and the General Motors corporation, the other companies investigated, would ask return of their documents as a result of today's order. JUSTICE SPEEDS UP AS VAN DEVANTER SITS AS JUDGE New York, Jan. 8. Special. The first lower court trial ever conducted by a retired justice of the United States Supreme court ended tonight before Justice Van Devanter in the federal building with the conviction of Earl Frederick Palmer for passing a stolen and altered government bond and the acquittal of Gabriel Ma-rosi, his former chef. Justice Van Devanter established a precedent for simplifying jury deliberations that surprised attorneys and prosecutors. He sent the jury to deliberate only on the vital count of the three count indictment. To avoid confusion, he told them, he would not make a charge on the others until they reached a verdict on the first. Lawyers in the courtroom never had heard of such procedure, but they conjectured it must be right. Anyway, the jury was back in the courtroom with a verdict after one hour and twenty-nine minutes of deliberation. With the judgment of guilt pronounced on Palmer, Justice Van Devanter quickly disposed of the other two counts, which were mere repetitious passages of the indictment. llllllllllll' mmmm Twenty-five times as many calls a3 the average concern is Chicago's recognition and appreciation of Lain & Son Service Quality and low prices. Included with all services when desired at both chapels at no extra charge is the exclusive IMPERIAL MALE Quartet. h if 'BULK OF KELLOGG $750,000 ESTATE LEFT TO VVIDOV Relifj iousand Educational Institutions Share. St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 8. U.P. Frank Billings Kellogg, former United States secretary of state and1 world court justice, left an estate estimated at $750,000, the bulk to his widow and the rest to education, religious institutions, relatives, and friends, his will disclosed today. The will gives his widow between $350,000 and $400,000, it was estir mated. Shortly before his death on Dec. 21, 1937, Kellogg gave $500,000 to Carleton college at Northfield, Minn., for the Kellogg peace foundation. Other bequests include: Protestant Episcopal Cathedral foundation of the District of Columbia, $100,000; University of Minnesota for needy and ' worthy students, $25,000;: Jean K. Austin, his sister, and her daughter, Jean K. Stanton, $175,000 - in trust; Guy Chase, his law partner and friend, $50,000; Fred B. Desch, his office manager, $5,000, and Desch's sister, Mrs. Clara L. Hinners, $500 ; a niece, Barbara Kellogg Bradshaw, Madison, N. J., $500; Ross C. Berg, his chauffeur, $1,000; his gardener, Willis Plantz, $1,000. FUNERAL RITES TOMORROW FOR H. M. DUNLAP, 84 Champaign, 111., Jan. 8. Special. Final rites for Henry M. Dunlap, 84 years old, former state senator who died at an early hour this morning, will be held Monday afternoon from the First Methodist church of Champaign with the pastor, the Rev. Dr. H. Clifford Northcott, officiating. Burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. Mr. Dunlap had gone to Centralia to attend sessions of the Illinois Horticulture society. He became slightly ill there Friday and returned to his home here Friday night, suffering another heart attack shortly after midnight. He died an hour later. He had been in poor health for a year. Death was due to coronary thrombosis. Mr. Dunlap was a leader in the upper house of the Illinois legislature for thirty-six years and a veteran ot Republican state politics. He was one of the state's largest land owners and a noted fruit grower. The " Senator Dunlap " strawberry was named In his honor. County Taxes Totaling $1,944,835 Paid in Week County Treasurer Horace C. Lind- heimer announced yesterday that taxes collected by his office in the first week of the new year reached a total of $1,944,835. The sum included payments on all general real estate levies from 1928 through 1936 and on personal property bills from 1931 through 1935. Collections of 1936 realty taxes were $1,016,680, making the total thus far paid on this classification $116,109,915, or 76.5 per cent of the total extensions against real estate. OB I TU James C. Ryan. James C. Ryan, 41 years old, 6441 Stewart avenue, died Friday ; in St. Bernard's hospital of pneumonia. He was a brother of County Commissioner Daniel Ryan and had been 'associated with him in the insurance business for the last fifteen years. During the world war he served overseas as a sergeant of the quartermaster corps. Surviving Mr. Ryan are his wife; a son, his mother, Mrs. Alice Ryan, widow of Daniel Ryan SrJ, who was president of the county board; a sister, Mrs. Joseph F. ,Bi-gane, and four brothers,' Lawrence J., W. Emmett, Daniel, and John'G. Ryan. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 9 a. m. from the chapel at 63d street and Harvard avenue, to St. Bernard church. John P. Mason. Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 8. 04s) John P. Mason, 56 years old, general commercial manager of the Northwestern Bell Telephone company, died today at his home. Born in Fort Madison, la., on May 11, 1881, Mr. Mason was educated at Iowa State college and entered the telephone company service 37 years ago as a collector in Burlington, la. He became general commercial manager in Minneapolis in 1928. Survivors are his widow, Stella; a daughter, Jane Elizabeth; and a son, John Elliott Mason of Clinton, la. .. William J. Tewksbury. - Funeral services will be held . to morrow at 2:30 p. m. in the La Grange Congregational church for William J. Tewksbury of 440 South Spring avenue, La Grange, who died Friday. Burial will be in Oak Ridge. Mr. Tewksbury, who was 66 years old, formerly was president of the La Grange National bank, and more recently was president of the La Grange National company, the investment and real estate division of the bank. Besides his widow, Mabel, he leaves two sons, Willis J. and Raymond W. Tewksbury. George M. Simonson. Gainesville, Fla., Jan. 8. JP): George M. Simonson, 75 years old, correspondent for the Reuters British News agency, died at his home here today. Survivors include a brother, George A. Simonson of Chicago and Miami. Burial will be at Woodstock, Conn. ELGIN ATTORNEY GETS LICENSE TO WED MRS. BUTKE A marriage license was issued in Chicago yesterday to Walter E. Healy, Elgin attorney, and Mrs. Marjorie Butke, 255 Lawndale avenue, Aurora. Mrs. Butke is the widow of Fred A. Butke, former auditor of Kane county who committed suicide in 1931. A large shortage was discovered in his accounts after his death. Mr. Healy, who is 65 years old, represented the Butke estate in litigation through which the county attempted to have the shortage made good. Mrs. Buuce is 42 years old. Menuhin, Ex-Boy Prodigy, Plays Here Today as Adult Yehudi Menuhin, violinist, who two years ago retired as a boy prodigy, ar rived in Chicago yesterday for his first concert here as an adult. Menuhin, who is 20 years old, will play Schumann's "lost" concerto this afternoon in the Auditorium theater. istf rite Siax- alto m& ARIES Willard H. James. Funeral services for Willard H. James, who died in his home at 1631 East 84th place Friday, will be held at 3 p. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 5203 Lake Park avenue. Burial will be in Oak Woods cemetery. Mr. James, who was 83 years old, had lived in Chicago since 1862. He was an employe in a wholesale hat com pany in the loop at the time of the fire of 1871, and was burned when he tried to haul merchandise to the lake shore. Before retiring five years ago he had been in the wholesale shoe business for fifty, years. His wife, Mrs. E. May James, died last year. He leaves a son, Harry R. James. Dr. Daniel Waldo Fenton. Hillsdale, Mlch Jan. 8. Special. Dr. Daniel Waldo Fenton of Reading, president emeritus of Hillsdale County Medical society, died early this morning at the age of 89 after a short illness. He had practiced medi cine 62 years 50 of them in Reading keeping regular office hours until about six weeks ago., Dr. Fenton studied medicine at the University of Michigan and received his degree from Detroit College of Medicine in 1876. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. George D. Schermerhorn, hon orary state regent of Michigan D. A. R. Myrtle Stedman. Myrtle Stedman, moving picture star of twenty-five years ago, died yesterday of heart disease in Holly wood at the age of 54. Her brother, Willis Lincoln, 2300 Farwell street. was notified of her death by her son Lincoln, also an actor, with whom she has been living. Miss Stedman was born in Chicago and made her first appearance when she was 12 years old with the Whitney Opera company here. She was perhaps best known for her work in "The Valley of the Moon" and "Flaming Youth, Mrs. Carrie J. McNaughten. Mrs. Carrie J. McNaughten, widow of Edward P. McNaughten, died yes terday at the age of 82. She lived for many years at the North Shore hotel in Evanston. Her husband was in the wholesale oil business until his death in 1900. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Victor Kleber of Chicago and Mrs. Harry Watson of Lakewood, O. Funeral services will be held at 5620 North Western ave nue tomorrow at 1 p. m, with burial in Rosehill. PLANE CRASHES ON HOUSE; TWO LEAP TO SAFETY Kansas City, Kas., Jan 8. C45) A naval reserve plane plummeted to earth today after touching wings with its " foe " in a mock aerial battle at 5,000 feet and crashed into a house where a woman lay ill with heart disease. The pilot, Capt. Benjamin South- worth, 29 years old, marine reserve officer, and Observer William Gregory landed safely with parachutes. The nose of the plane protruded into a room in the home of Mrs. Anna Hurley. She suffered from shock but was not injured. JO N U M E NTS AKDAUSOJEJIMS MA OSOLEUM S MONUM ENTS The old :n1 reliable CHAS. G. BLAKE CO., J00O E. V7th-t. Erected anywhere. Fairfax US70. Send tor troe booklet. CEMETERY MARKERS MONUMENTS A'l' :iTH'rr Pear' St;iti-Mtret Store rsawment FUNERAL DIRECTORS. THE FIRM OF Sademan Fin frock, Inc., win continue to render funeral services nn In the past. Phone Kildare 4000 or 4755. :t!4l-4S MILWAUKEE-A VENCE. O'HANl.E V m-rfei-tion 1NU. FIIMKKAL 1)1 KECTION 7705 Cottars Grove. Kad. 770ft CEMETERIES. RIDGE WOOD CEMETERY 4 grave lots, perpetual care. $25 a. grave. Terms. Well located. WELLINGTON 3tf8(). TWO GKAVE LOT EVERWKEEN CEME-tery; exclusive cction: inMallmenis considered. Address O 74. Tribune. S GKAVE LOT ARLINGTON CEMETERY. Full prtee $150. Permacola 3810. FOREST HOME 6 GRVS.. SECT. 40. $278. Ridsewood 8 graves. $135. Kildare 31ii. U GKAVE LOT ON MAIN DRIVE. K1DGE-wood. 515". V one. cost. Kildare 4H47. SACR. LGE. 8 GRAVE LOT ARLINGTON Cemetery. 7811 Chnppell. Sag. 8400. DEATH NOTICES are received for publication in the next morning's Final Edition of the Chicago Tribune up to II :00 each night. Call Superior 0100 Want Ad-Vlser. DEATH NOTICES In Meir.orlara, BOAM Georffe Douglas Bourn. A tribute ol love to my devoted husband who passed on two years aifo today. MINNIE E. BOAM. . BURNS Mrs. Mary E. Burns. In loving memory of our beloved mother, who passed away Jan. 11, 1037. Services Tuesday, Jan. II, at 7:15 a. m., at Ascension church. East avenue and Van Buren gtreei, Oak Park. LOVING SON FRANK AND DAUGHTER. MABEL. EYNON In memory of Albert Eynon, who passed away Jan. 9, 1937. Sincere aud kind in heart and mind. Beautiful memories he left behind. . MAE. GESKEWICH Joseph S. Gcskewich. Happy birthday, dad in heaven. MOTHER, MARY. JOSEPH, AND JOHN. GRICHTER Theodore Grlcliter. Iu loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away two years afc'o today. WIFE AND CHILDREN. JOOST Leonard E. Joost. In lovinif memory of our dear son, who paused away one year ago today. Jan. fl, 1937. " Loving and kind in all his ways. Upright and just to the end of his days. Sincere and true in his heart and mind. beautiful memory he left behind." MOTHER AND DAD. LIETZAU Adolph Liutzau. In fond memory of dad and grandpa who passed away one year ago today. SON AND GRANDCHILDREN. MEISELMAN Cella Mciselman. In ad and loving memory of our dear mother who passed away two years ago today. Gone, but not forgotten. LOVING CHILDREN. GRANDCHILDREN. Fraternal Notices. LAWNDALE LODGE. NO. 993. A. P. & A. M. Brother Jerry Tmka funeral Monday, Jan. 10. 1938. at 2 p. m.. at chapel, 3419 S. Ridgeland avenue, Berwyn. 111. Members assemble at Lawndale temple. 1 p. m. JAMES F. KOMBSKA, Master. A. J. NOVAK, Secretary. PARK MANOR LODGE, NO. 899. A. F. A A. M. Members will assemble at 11S20 Long-wood drive, Tuesday, Jan. 11. 1938. at 1 p m.. for services over remains of Brother James J. Towns, past treasurer. THOMAS P. STENSLAND, W. It, WALTER, C. McXEAG, Secy. DEATH NOTICES ANGELINO Dominick Angelino. beloved husband of the late Filomena, fond father oi Mrs. Kose GcrardX Mrs. Millie Manella, James and Henry; brother of Paul Angelino, Mrs. Rose Alberti, the late Mary Scandora and Theresa De Michele. Funeral Tuesday. 9 a. m.. from residence. 2052 W Ohio street, to Holy Rosary church. Inter ment Mount CarmeL Arm. 7800. AUSTIN James H. B. Austin of 5967 W Augusta boulevard, beloved husband of the late Mary E. Austin, fond brother of Fred S. Austin of Piucher Creek, Alberta, Ian ada. . Mrs. M. C. E. Thomas of Springfield, Mass., Mrs. S. M. L. Williams of Sher-brook, Quebec, Canada. At rest in chapel 5831 W. Chicago avenue. Services Monday at 2: JO p. m. Interment Elmwood ceme tery. BEHNKE Emily Behnke, nee Weinberg, dearly beloved wife of tha late Rudolph fond mother of Ella Dwyer, Harry. Liilie, William, Herbert, Le3tcr, and the late Frank. Resting at funeral home, 4138 North avenue. Services 1 p. m. Tuesday, Jan. 11. Interment Forest Home. Call Bel. G812. BENDEL William Bendel Sr., husband of tho late Catherine, lather of William Jr George, Anna, and Charles. Funeral Monday, Jan. 10, at 0:30 a. ru., from chapel alio W. 22d place, to St. Paul church Burial St. Boniface cemetery. BEZAZ1AN Isabelle Bezaziau. late of G317 Sheridan road, beloved wife of Hagnp B.. fond mother of Edward, Aram and Mrs, Gladys Hcrbeklau. sister of Nevdon Var- tanian. At rest in funeral parlors. 12:1? Devon avenue. Funeral services Mond.iy. 2 p. m . at Edgewater Presbyterian church. Kenmore and Bryii Mawr avenue. Inter ment Memorial Park. BOEHMER Jessie Boehmer, nee McAllister, Jan. 7, of 1311 S. Harlem avenue. Forest Park, 111., beloved wife of Fred, mother of Jessie and Fred Jr., sister of William, Nana and Charles. Services Mondny. Ja. 10. at 2 p. m.. at chapel. 124 Madison street. Oak Park, at Lombard avenue. Interment Woodlawn. Funeral private. BO YE Gertrude A. Bore, nee Isbsrg, , be loved wile of James ll., loving mother of Agnetla Lundquist, Louise Waltz, and James Jr.; also survived by four sisters. one brother, and eight grandchildren, Resting at late residence. 604 Wlsncr avenue. Park Ridge, until 9 a. m. Monday. Lying in state at St. Paul Norwegian Lutheran church, 2215 W. North avenue. alter 11 a. m. Services Jan. 10, 2 p. m. Interment Mount Olive. BROWN Paul Brown, beloved husband of the late Josephine nee McManusJ, fond father of Pauline McQuaid, Francis, Earl, and Mary. At chapel, 4050' Harrison street. Funeral Monday at 0:15 a. m. to St. Jarlath church. Burial Mount Carmel. Nevada 2818. CAHILL Laura Mae Cahill, Jan. 8. 1038. of 2738 Pine Grove-av., beloved wife of Joseph F., daughter of James M. Ward, sister of Walter G.. Mrs. Edward Chase. Mrs. Ethel Branda, Mrs. S. P. Haman, Herman C. and Dorothy Mae. Services at chapel, 2701 N. Clark street, Monday, at 2:30 p. m. Interment Bohemian National cemetery. CAMPBELL Sarah Birdie Campbell, beloved wife of the late Alexander, fond mother of Elsie, Mrs. Helen Davis. Mrs. Lucille Martin. Mrs. Alice Jensen, and Gilbert Campbell. Remains at chapel. 1048 W. 63d street, until Monday noon. Services 3 p. m. Monday at Thobum Methodist Episcopal church. Interment Fairmount, CARCELLA Peter Carcella. husband of the late Antonia, nee Marline; fond father of Mrs. Susie Bertuccio, Mrs. Nellie Greco, Mrs. Anna Delginio. Funeral Monday at 10 a. m.. from the late residence. 842 N Francisco avenue, to Sancta Maria Addo- lorata church, thence to Mount Carmel. For information, Humboldt 7897. CAULEY Michael J. Caulcy, Jan. 7. 1938. husband of Sarah Can ley. Funeral from residence. 570 Central avenue. Highland Park, to Immaculate Conception church. B a. m., Monday. Jan. 10. Interment St. Mary cemetery, Lake Forest. CHARVAT Fred Charvat, beloved husband of the late Marie Charvat, nee Zetmk, loving father of Marie, Joseph and Ann fond brother of Pauline Novak and the late Marie and John Charvat. tuneral Tuesday, from late residence. 1919 S. Highland avenue. Berwyn. at tf a. m., to Our Lady of the Holy Mount church, at Olht avenue and 24th street, Cicero. Interment St. Adalbert cemetery. CHERPAK Paul Cherpak. beloved husband of Sarah. Funeral today Sunday, 2 p. m., at funeral chapel, 704 S. Crawford avenue. Interment Jewish Waldheim. COHN Mary Cohn, of 632 Addison street. beloved wife of the late Morris, dear mother of Benjamin. Ethel Vitkin, Louis A.. Anna Gersbun, and Max 8. Funeral Sunday. 1 p. m. sharp, at memorial chapel, 5206 Broadway. Interment Anshe Emct cemetery. Waldheim. Please omit flowers COLE Clara Cole, Jan. 8. beloved wife of Harvey, fond mother of Evelynanii, daughter of August Bloniquist, sister of Esther Vincent, Alfred, George, and Orvllle. Funeral at chapel, 1458 Belmont-av.. Tuesday, Jan. 11 1:30 p. m. Interment Rosehill. COULEUR Ernest F. Couleur. Jan. 7. be loved husband of Maude, fond lather of Ethel C. Held. Ruth C. Sleininger. Funeral services Monday. 2:30 p. m., at funeral home, .5200 N. Western avenue, corner of Foster. Interment Arlington. DAY Charles H. Day. 6603 Drexel avenue. Jan. (, 193S. beloved son of Charles E. and Josephmc Day, brother of Nellie, May. and Mary. Services at chapel, 63d and Harvard. Monday. Jan. 10, at 3 p. m. Interment Mount Hope. DEN BESTEN Harry Den Besten, beloved husband of Minnie, fond father of Mrs. Edna Wilson and Harry Jr., stepfather of Mrs. Cora Rhode and Mrs. Harriet Nelson. Remains resting at home. 10S11 S. Edbrooke avenue. Member of Retired Firemen Association of Chicago. Funeral Monday, Jan. 10. at 2 p. m.. at the First Reformed Church of Gar.o at 117th street and Perry avenue. Interment Mount Greenwood. DREW Virginia Drew, beloved danghtcr of Julia Malloy and the late William Drew, fond sister of Mrs. Mary Biekham, John, William Jr. and Rita. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a. m., from her late residence. 7128 S. Campbell avenue, to St. Adrian church. Interment St. Mary cemetery. Stewart 7700. EVANS Roe Evans, wife of the late Mor- fan Evans, mother of Kathryne Hector, sister of John Harrell. At rest and eerr-iccs at chapel. 523 Lake street, Oalc Park. Monday, 1:30 p. m. Interment private. Please omit flowers. For information call Euclid 1643. FIDELM AN Joseph Fidelman of 7526 Cor nell avenue, beloved husband ot Anna, dear father of Alber'. Fay Kaplan, Irving, Sally Rosen, Louis, Rose, Esther, and Honette, Funeral Monday, 11 a. m.. at chapel. 3163 Ogden-av. Interment Jewish Waldheim. FLANAGAN Mary . Flanagan. Jan. 6. be loved sister of James and the late John J. and William . F. Flanagan, fond aunt of Mary Fogarty. Funeral Monday. 0 a. m., from chapel. 7705 Cottage Grove avenue, to Holy Cross church. Burial Mount Olivet. FRILLMAN Erwin L. Frillman, of 3834 Shefiield -avenue. Jan. 7. 1938, brother oi Mllna and Arthur Frillman. Services at chapel. 5501 N. Ashland avenue. Tuesday, Jan. 11, at 2 p. m.. under auspices of Community lodge. No. 10O5, A. F. & A. M Interment Montrose. GARIBALDI Mary Gariball tnee A r ado J, late of 4906 Iowa 6treet. beloved wife of Anthony, loving mother of Mrs. L. Podesta and Edward, sister of Frank, Mrs. J. Bris-zolara, and Anthony Arado. tho late Mrs. i C. Arado and August. Funeral Monday, Jan. 10, 9:30 a. m.. from funeral home. 6018-20 Chicago avenue, to Our Lady of Help of Christians church, Leclaire and Iowa. Burial Mount Carmel. St. Louis and San Francisco Cal.l papers please copy. GLYNN Catherine Walsh Glynn, Jan. 8. 1938, wife of the late Thomas, mother of Mary Halloran. Catherine Burke, Martin and the late Thomas Glynn and Norlne Me-Cabe. Funeral Tuesday, Jan. 11. at 8:30 a. m., from her home. 2915 S. Loomis street, to St. Bridget church, where solemn requiem 'high mass will be celebrated Interment Mount Carmel. Grovehill 1220. GRUEBLING Sophie Lehmann Grucbllng of 1472 Berwyn avenue, wile oi tne late William H.. fond mother of William J. Funeral services Monday. Jan. 10. 2 p. m at funeral home. 1353 Devon avenue, at Glen-wood Burial Rosehill. Rogers Park 1610. GRUNDY Marion Patterson Grundy, beloved mother of Helen Weisbrod of Pomona. Cal., Ethel Pcttingill of Minneapolis, Minn.. Adena Hunt ot Ashland, Ore.. Gertrude Wells of River Forest. 111.. Walter ' Grundy. Minneapolis, Minn., Florence Mur-dook. Oak Park, 111.. Alice Read, Wheaton, 111. Services Tuesday. 2 p. m., at home of her daughter, 527 Thatcher avenue. River. Forest, 111. Interment Forest Home. HARRIS Rebecca Harris, beloved wife of the late Amron, dear mother of Henry and Miriam, fond sister of Fannie D. Harris and Bernard Douglis. Funeral services Monday. 10 a. m.. at memorial chapel. 5306 Broadway. Interment Jewish Waldheim. Please omit flowers. HATTON Bert J. Hatton. Jan. 7. 1938, beloved brother of Jane. Eva, Mabel Hatton, and Mrs. E. D. Clarabut. Resting at fu- ' neral home. 318-320 N. Central avenue. Austin. Funeral Monday, 2:30 p. m. Interment Rosehill. HEKNEY Helen Marie Heeney, age 2 years 3 months, of 1718 N. Mason avenue, be- ' lovd daughter of Matthew and Helen Longan Heeney, fond sister of John, Thomas, and Mary Catherine. Funeral Tuesday, Jan. 11, at 9:30 a. m. from funeral home, 6346-50 W. North-avenue. Interment All Saints'. Merrimac 9890. HESS Theobold Henry Hess. Jan. 8. beloved husband of the late Friedaricka. fond father of Mrs. Frieda Utteg. Martha, and Henry Hess. Funeral services Tuesday. 2:30 p. m., at funeral home. 5300 K. Western avenue, corner ol Foster. Burial Montrose. DEATH NOTICES HITZEMANN Mary Hitzemann, nee Eascher, age 82 years, 4048 N. Keystone avenue, beloved mother of Lydia and William. At funeral home, 2410 W. North avenue. Sunday. Services Monday at 2 p. m. at funeral home. 207 N. Vail street, Arlington Heights. Burial Arlington Heights cemetery. HOLLO WAY Horace 6. Eolloway, Jan. 7, age 81. at his residence, 360 E. Garfield boulevard. Services at chapel, 63d street and Harvard avenue. Monday, Jan. 10, at 10 a. m. Interment Danville. III. HOLST Henry Hoist, age 78, of Hegewisch, Jan. 8, 1938. Services Jan. 11, at 2 p. m.. Trinity Lutheran church. Burial Concordia, Hammond. HUBEK Stephen J. Huber, husband of Vivian E. Huber. nee Neilsen, son of Stephen and Mary, brother of Joseph. Funeral from chapel, 5501 N. Ashland avenue, Tuesday. Jan. II, 9:30 a. m.. to St. Timothy church. Interment St. Joseph's. HUGHES Orville Hughes, beloved husband of Marguerite, fond father of Joseph, Mrs. Catherine Harramau, Mrs. Hattie Demlow, son of Louis, brother of Mrs. Ethel Redman and the late Ella Beitzel. Funeral Monday at 3 P. m. at funeral home, 5839 W. Korth-av. Burial Elmwood. HULLINGER Herbert Hullinger. suddenly, beloved husband of Helen McDonough Hullinger, devoted father of Walter, Irene, and Herbert Jr., son of Mary and the late Bernard, brother of Ruth Kunkea, Walter, and Charles Hullinger. Funeral Tuesday, Jan. 11, at 9 a. m. sharp from residence, 7718 8. Carpenter street, to St. Sabina church. Interment Mount Olivet. JAMES Willard H. James, Jan. 7. 1938, beloved husband of the late E. May James, fond father ol Harry R. James, brother of Mrs. W. S. Gee of Montclair. N. J., and Charles J. James of Los Angeles. Cal. Services Monday at 3 p. m. at chapel. 5203 Lake Park avenue, under auspices of Apollo commandery. No. 1. K. T. Interment Oak Woods. Member Home lodge. No. 508, A. F. & A. M. JOHN The Rev. Louis F. John of 6009 Kim-bark avenne, Jan. 8. Funeral services at memorial chapel, E. 63d street and Evans avenue, Sunday, Jan. 9, 1933, at 3 p. m. Interment private. JOHNSTONE The Rev. W. W. Johnstone. 201 N. Ridgeland avenue. Oak Park, beloved husband of Anniefred. nee Ensign, father of Frederick, William, and Paul. Resting at funeral home, 203 S. Mario l street. Oak Park, until noon Monday. Serv. ices Monday. Jan. 10. .3 p. m.. at First Presbyterian church. 931 Lako street. Oak Park. Interment Forest Home. . KATZENBACH Frederick H. Katzenbach, husband of the late Anna nee Thorsen father of Mrs. Marie Way and Nicholas, brother of Emilic and Cora. Services at chapel, 4817 W. Madison street, under the auspices of Garden City lodge. No. 141, A. F. Ic A. M., Monday at 1:45 p. m to Forest Home. Austin 1137. Terre Haute. lnd., papers please copy. K ER STEIN Rose Kcrstcin. 1210 Mautena court. Funeral Monday. 2 p. m., at chapel, 2018 W. Division street. Interment Jewish Waldheim. Please omit flowers. KLEBBA-KLEBER See Carrie Julia Mc- Naughen, mother-in-law of Victor Kleber. KOPPELMAN Mandcl Koppclman of Kan kakee, 111., husband of Gertrude Koppel man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koppel- man. brother of Rose. Irving, and Max. Funeral services Monday. 2 p. m., at chapel, 4225 W. Roosevelt road. LAND A DEE Nathan J. Landauer. of 7130 JciTery avenue, beloved husband of the late Sedonia. fond father of Jess. Leo. Harry, and Stella Kohn. Funeral at convenience of family. Peru. Ind., papers please copy. LEDONE Hollo Anthony Ledone. beloved htiEband of Annette nee Puppilo, father of Frank and Mary Ann, son of Santa and the late Frank, brother of Charles, Joseph ine. Henry, and Mary Ledone. Funeral Tuesday. 0 a. - m.. from chapel. 3500 W, Harrison street, to Resurrection church. Burial Mount Carmel. Nevada 0645. MANHOFF Morris Manhoff, late residence 3344 Ainslie street, beloved husband of tho late Eva, fond father of Edith Kulwin and Leo, three grandchildren. Funeral Monday. 11 a. m.. at chapel. 3021 Law rence avenue. Interment Jewish Waldheim. MARCO Pasqua Marco. nee Neri, beloved wile of Carmen, fond mother ox Frank Mrs. Marie Paeelli. Mrs. Palma Devito and John Marco. Funeral from residence. 1536 W. Taylor street. Monday. Jan. 10. 9 a, to Our Lady of Pompeii church. Burial Mount Carmel cemetery. Hay. 5104. MARTIN Agatha Martin nee Van WazerJ, Jan. 6, beloved wife of Andrew S., loving mother of J. Edward. Helen, Mrs. Agatha Wilson, and the late Leon a, fond sister of Frank P. and John K. Van wazer. Mrs. Sara Ackerman, Mrs. Helen Tucker, and Mrs. Mayme Anderson. Funeral Monday morning at 9:30. from residence. 4142 N, Campbell avenue, to Queen of Angels church and All Saints cemetery. McILWAIN William McUwain, Jan. 6. 1938. husband of the late Mary, father of Wallace Wesley. Funeral services 2 P. m Monday, Jan. 10. at chapel. 27 N. Sheridan road. Highland Park. Interment Memorial Park. For information call H. P. 4200. McLAIN -John P. McLain. beloved husband of Louise nee VVeimerJ. fond lather of Mrs. Theresa Walters, fond brother ol Mrs. William J. Connors. Funeral Tuesday. 10 a. m.. from daughter's residence, 1403 N. Leclaire avenue, to St. Peter Canisius church. Interment All Saints'. McMAHON George F. MeMahon Sr.. 4517 N. Dover street, beloved husband of Birdie, nee Dwyer. fond father of Margaret Wag ner. James. George, and the late Mary Josephine, brother of Edward. Margaret Faber. and the late Kathcrine. James. Wil liam, and Maurice. Funeral Monday. 9:15 a. m., from funeral home, 1458 Belmont avenue, to Our Lady of Lourdes church. Interment St. Joseph's. McNAUGHTEN Carrie Julia McNaughten nee Elliot'1, at Montreal. Que., beloved wife of the late Edward P. McNaughten. fond mother of Mrs. Josephine Watson of Lakewood. O.. and Mrs. Marie Louise Kleber of 5661 N. Neva avenue. Chicago, also of the following deceased children: Mrs Edith Perkins. Amy Gertrude McNaughten, and Bruce McNaughten, fond grandmother of Harry A. Watson Jr Victor Kleber Jr.. Bruce Kleber. and Francis Kleber. Remains resting at funeral home, 5620 N. Western avenue. Sunday afternoon and evening, Funeral Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock sharp at funeral home. Burial services fol low at Rosehill cemetery chapel. ME1ERDING Anna L. C. Meierdfng of 5031 S. Aberdeen street. Jan. 6. 193S. Services at chapel. 5501 N. Ashland avenue, Monday. Jan. 10. at 2 p. m. Interment Rosehill MEYER Marian Meyer, beloved daughter of Mary, nee Schmidt, and the late Fred, lov-ing sister of Lillian. Clara Louise. Elsie. Edna, Fred, and the late Emma. Resting at her home. 1303 Wesley avenue, Berwyn. Funeral services Tuesday, Jan, 11. at 2 p. m., at Christ Ev. Lutheran church. East avenue and Harvard street. Oak Park. Interment Waldheim. MILLS James Edgar Mills ot 8534 Bennett avenue, beloved husband of Mabel, dear father of Juliette McRac. Mrs. Joan Clark, and Marjorie Miller, brother of Mrs. Man-ley Clark of Freeport, 111., and Oscar B. Mills, grandfather of Suzanne Elizabeth. Services Monday. Jan. 10. at 1 p. m. at chapel. 851 E. 75th street, under auspices of Cyrene lodge. No. 987. A. F. & A. M. Interment Cedar Park. MOHR Leonard T. Mohr. Jan. 8, at Elm wood Park, beloved husband of Josephine, fond father of Lawrence and Genevieve, son of Mrs. Annie E. Mohr. brother of Mrs. Nellie M. Forbes and Astley. Funeral Monday. 3 p. pi., at chapel, 9175 North Clark street. MOYER Arthur J. Moyer. passed away at Hot Springs. Ark.: late of 1930 Estes avenue, beloved husband of Hilda, fond brother of William. Funeral services Tuesday, Jan. 11, at 2 p. m. at chapel, 6107 N. Clark street. Interment Irving Park Boulevard cemetery. MULLINS Julia Ryan Mullins. Jan. 8. beloved wife of Michael F., fond mother of John. George. Vincent, Charles, Al, Ryan, Nodi. Mrs. Marie Dunn. Mrs. Bunny Cos-tello and the late Laura Mullins. sister of the late Mary Fitzgerald. Funeral Monday. 9 :30 a. m.. from residence. 8323 May street, to St. Kilian church. Solemn requiem high mass, 10 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. South Shore 822. NOLAN Margaret S. Nolan, nee Sheahsn. beloved wife of the late Timothy, loving mother of Mrs. Helen Kay. Mrs. Bcrnadine Brownell. Robert. Brian and Pant, fond grandmother of Helen Margaret Kay, sister of Mrs. Alice Ducat. Bernard. John and Joseph Sheahan. Funeral Tuesday, at 9:30 a. m from residence. 1323 W. 98th street, to St. Margaret church. Interment Calvary. PERKINS Frank H. Perkins. 6735 Newark avenue, dearly beloved husband of Dora, nee Faber; foster father of Viola Ntssen. grandfather of Dorothy Carol Nlssen. Member Eagle Humboldt lodge. No. 402. 1. (). O. F.. and I. B. E. W.. local No. 9. Remains at residence until 11 a. m, Tuesday, Jan. 11. Funeral services at Norwood Park Presbyterian chnrch. corner ot Nina and Nickerson avenues, at 1:30 p. m. Interment Oakridge. Information, Kild. 1320. PIGNATIEIJ.O-.Anna Pignaticllo, nea Col-lela, beloved wife of Ralph, mother of Betty Ann and Ralph Jr.; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Collela, Funeral Monday. 9 a. m., from home. 6112 S. Keating avenue, to St. Mary of Mount Carmel church. Burial Holy Sepulchre. Pros. 0600. POLLACK Albert A. Pollack Sr., late of 2618 W. Walton street, beloved husband of Ottilie, nee Henning. fond father of Elsie Wcstphal. Lily Miller, Hattie Witte, Edward, Walter. Delia Schmid. Albert Jr., and the late Evelyn, grandfather of nine grandchildren. Funeral Tuesday. Jan. 11. at 2 p. m.. at luneral home. 1023 N. California avenue. Interment Concordia. DEATH NOTICES QUINLAN John Quinlan, beloved husband of Catherine, nee O'Donogbue, fond father of John, Ann Hanrahan. and Ethel. Funeral Tuesday at 8:45 a. m.. from late residence. 4418 Lowe avenue, to St. Gabriel church. Interment Holy Sepulchre. RIECK Mary A. Carroll Kieck. wife of tho late Charles J-. beloved mother of Roy J. and Harold J., fond sister of Bernard, grandmother of Charles and Jean. Funeral from chapel. 4817 Madison street. Monday at 9:15 a. m.. to St. Frances of Roma church. Burial Mount Carmel. Member Eliz. Rodgers ct., W. C. O. F. Austin 1137. ROEDDER John Roedder. Jan. 7. of 3000 Sheridan road, beloved husband of Kate, father of John. Services at Rosehill chapel Monday at 2:30 p. m. Remains at chapel. 3419 N. Clark street. RYAN James C. Ryan. 6441 Stewart avenue. Jan. 7. 1938. beloved husband of Barbara L. Ryan, father of James Jr., son of Alice A. and the late Daniel Ryan, brother of Mrs. Joseph F. Bigane. Lawrence J.. Daniel, W. Emmet, John G.. and the late Mary F. Ryan. Funeral from chapel, 63d and Harvard, Monday. Jan. 10, at 9 a. m.. to St. Bernard church. Interment Mount Olivet. SALISBURY Elliott M. Salisbury. 348 W. 74th street. Jan. 7. 1938. beloved son ct Mrs. Seraph Salisbury, brother of Mrs. Amy Oberg. Gerald and Blanche Salisbury. Mrs. Elma Dinwiddie. Mrs. Lorraine Lewis. Mrs. Bern ice Karow. and Mrs. Josephine Walton. Services at chapel. 63d and Harvard. Monday. Jan. 10, at 1 p. m. Interment Mount Hope. SCHROEDER Pauline Schroeder, wife ot the late Julius, mother of Mrs. Ida Burks nee Schroeder, grandmother of James, George, Herbert, Winifred, Martin and the late Helen and Frank Burke. Funeral at residence, 7845 Vernon-av.. Monday. 2 p. m. Interment Mount Greenwood. Pullman 0372. SHEA Mary Shea, beloved daughter of the late John and Jane Courtney Shea, fond sister of Mrs. Nora Keating. Mrs. Abbio Keating. Mrs. Margaret Shcehan, Jeanette and Bride, and the late John Shea. Mrs. Alice Foley, Catherine, and Thomas Shea of Ireland Native of Killognavcen Cabir-civeen. County Kerry. Ireland. Funeral Monday, at O a. m. sharp, from sister's residence. 5244 S. Morgan street, to Visitation church. Interment Mount Olivet. SMITH Jean Brayton Smith, Jan. 7. 193S. wile of Henry L. Smith of 33 Midland avenue. East Orange, N. J. Funeral services were held at the Colonial Home. 132 S. Harrison street. East Orange, N. J., on Saturday morning. Jan. 8, at 10 o'clock. SONDHEIMER Edward A. Sondheimer. be IaoivJ V. .......... .1 . . 1 I . u me iaic Jnaoei 5.. xond brother of Daisy Marks, Elsa Glauber, the late Tillie Lcssler. Max. Henry and Rudolph. Funeral at convenience of family. Memphis and Vtcksburg. Miss., papers please copy. SPENDLOVE Mary Spendlove. Jan. 8, wife of the late Henry Spendlove, mother of Mrs. Edith Rutter. Horace and Mrs. Dorothy Du Pere. Service Tuesday, Jan. 11, at 2:30 p. m.. at late residence. 2137 N. Mclrtna avenue. Interment Forest Home. SPIES Christoph Spies, beloved husband ot Marie, fond father of Augusta Fortman. Helen Cunntff. Rose Schrciber. and Harriett Waywood. passed away in Melvin. 111.. Jan. 7. and will arrive at 5123 N. Tripp avenue. Monday. Jan. 10. at 1 p. m. Funeral at 2:30 at Acacia Park cemetery. STERNBEKGER Samuel E. Sternberger. beloved husband of Bessie, nee Salzcr: beloved brother of Tillie Theibcn. Mose Sternberger. both of San Francisco. Cal Emma Danaman. Lillian Booth. Birdie Mason, all of Dayton, Ohio, late Morey, Hanna Sternberger, and Sclina Rotbchild of Memphis, Tenn. Funeral Monday. Jan. 10. at 10 a. m.. at chapel. 3125 W. Roosevelt road. Interment Oakridge cemetery. Member of Illinois Welcome lodge, K. of P. San Francisco and Dayton papers please copy. STICE Elmer L. St Ice, beloved husband of Anna, nee Boas: fond father of Eleanor and George. Services Monday, Jan. 10, at 2 p. m. at funeral home. 6208-10 N. Western avenue. Interment Acacia Park. SULLIVAN Margaret L. Sullivan, wife t the late Henry Sullivan, sister of Mrs. Ann Griffin. Frank and Charles Kcnna. aunt of Gladys Kenna, Ermingarde and Alvira Farley. Funeral Tuesday at 9 a. m. from residence. 756 Bittersweet place to St. Mary of the Lake church. Interment Calvary cemetery. SUTTERLIN George Sutterlin Sr., at Tucson. Ariz., beloved husband of the late Marie, fond father of Louis, George Jr., Mrs. Lill Wilkinson, Gertrude, Mrs. Grace McKay. Mrs. Marie Naylor and Walter E. Sutterlin, member of Ogden Park lodge. No. 897, A. F. A. M.t John M. Pearson chapter. No. 231. R. A. M. Funeral Wednesday at 1:30 p. m., from his late residence, 1643 W. 63rd street to Evangelical Church of Peace, 78th and Laflin streets. Interment Mount Greenwood cemetery. Remains at late residence Monday after 5 p. m. Republic 0078. . TEWKSBURY William J. Tewksbury ot 440 S. Spring avenue. La Grange, beloved husband of Mabel H.. father of Willis J. and Raymond W. Funeral at La Grange Congregational church Monday at 2 JO p. m. Interment Oakridge. THOMPSON Emily C. Thompson. 214 E. 69th place, Jan. 8. 1938, beloved wife of the late Arthur J. Thompson, mother ol Mrs. William R. Davies, Mrs. Florence Whinnery, the late Hazel Smith, Harold, Roy, Raymond, Irving. Orrin. Everett, Helen and Roliin Thompson, sister of Mrs. James Burgess, Walter Lake, and Mrs. Helen Hammond of Omaha. Neb. Servicea at chapel. 63d and Harvard, Tuesday, Jan. 11, at 1 p. m. Interment Monce. IU. TOEPPER William J. Toepper of 3750 W. Ccrmak road, suddenly, beloved husband 01 Bertha, nee Bigeck. fond father of Joint and Edna, brother of John. Mrs. Emma MeMahon, Mrs. Ida Byrne, Henry. Mrs. Bertha Gruver, and Sophie, grandfather of William and John. Member of Columbian lodge. No. 819, A. F. & A. M.; Lawndale chapter. No. 243. R. A. M. Services Monday, 2 i. m- at chapel, 3C15 W. Cermak road. Interment Mount Emblem. TOWNS James J. Towns, Jan. 7. 1938. be loved husband of Flora Towns, father of Charles W. and James E. Services at residence, 11820 Longwood drive. Tuesday. Jan. 11, at 2 P. m., under auspices of Park Manor lodge. No. 899. A. F. & A. M. Interment Glen Oak. Toronto. Canada, papers please copy. VOGT Charles Vogt. beloved husband ot Elizabeth, dear father of Lester and Kalph. Funeral Monday, from chaiel. 115 Broadway, Melrose Park, at 1:30 p. m.. at St. John Evangelical church, 18th avenue and. Rice street, 2 p. m. Interment Arlington. WALLACE William Wallace, of 11231 Long- wood drive, at St. Petersburg. Fla., Jan. 7. husband of the late Margaret nee Johnstone), beloved father of Robert G.. Margaret Robinson. James S.. and Helen E. Worley, grandfather of Robert G. Jr. Member of Composite lodge. No. 879. A. F. & A. M. Funeral notice later. Information call Beverly 0671. WALSH Michael Walsh. Jan. 7. 1938, brother of Patrick. Cornelius, Jeremiah. John. Mrs. Mary Daley. Mrs. Nora Sullivan, Mrs. Andrew Crowley. Mrs. Tim Shu-grue, Mrs. John Sullivan, and Mrs. Hannah Hogan. Funeral Tuesday, Jan. 11. at 9:30 a. m., from 3246 Jackson-blvd., to Our Lady Help of Christians church. Burial Mount Carmel. Member of Division 241 A. A. of S. & E. E. E. of A. Kedzie 2394. WARRINGTON Cyrus J. Warrington, of 8018 Champlain avenue, beloved husband of Anna Grahlmann Warrington, devoted father of Mrs. Florence Wilson and Donald Warrington. Funeral Tuesday at 10 a. m. at funeral home, 318 E. 71st street. Interment Evergreen cemetery. WHITEHOCSE Edna M. Whitehouse, nee Erne, beloved mother of Edwin G. Remains at chapel. 8944 Commercial avenue. Funeral Monday, 1 :30 p. m., under auspices of Delta chapter. No. 602, O. E. S. Interment Mount Hope cemetery. WINTER ROTH AM Amelia Elizabeth Winter- botham. widow of the late John Russell Wjnterbotham. at Passavant hospital. Jan. 7. in her 80 1 h year. Funeral services at Grace I and chapel. Monday morning at 11 o'clock. Burial private at Michigan City. WOLFE Mary Anna Wolfe, 34 W. 72d street, Jan 6. 1938, wtte of the late Michael R. Wolfe, loving mother of George M.. Edward W. Harry M.. Mrs. Claudette Roche, and the late Mrs. Otilla Clarke. Funeral from chapel, 63d and Harvard. Monday, Jan. 10. at 8:30 a. m.. to St. Carthage church. Interment Logansport, Ind. YEAGER Annie Gibbons Yeager. beloved wife of Adam, fond mother of Francis, daughter of Nancy and the late William, sister of John, Edward James, William, and Thomas Gibbons, Bessie O'Neill, Ruth Carroll, and Kathryn Jensen. Funeral Tuesday, at 8 :30 a. m.. from her late residence. 5S43 S. Fairfield avenue, to St. Clare of Monte-falco church. Interment St. Mary cemetery. Stewart 7700. CARD OF THANKS. SADEMAN We wish to thank the many friends of EMIL C. SADEMAN for their kind remembrances at the time of his death and appreciate the sympathy shown us in our hour of bereavement.. GEORGE L. FIN FROCK. GERTRUDE M. FIN FROCK. and GERTRUDE SADEMAN. SCHILLING The Schilling family wishes to acknowledge with sincere thanks the kindness and sympathy shown to them by their relatives and friends In their late bereavement.

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