Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on August 1, 1945 · 23
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i 1 1 DEATH NOTICES . I n HcnKrlin . BOPV4SSKT Kiotj wnrvanslry. In loving irtemory cl tmr darling son, who patted T one year aro rdy, Aug. 1, 1944. S ; ( Imt ou. Kenny dear, it s mtmorlM we have to cherish here. Tut echo ol your yolce, your eyes, your ex: lie. Jjit tcey were, are with us ail the while. We bear our grief in siieoct, Our eyea sned mane teara. Trie golden happiness we had together, e ar.aU recccDer ai long as we are here. "i one knows bow much we truss 7011. K3 one knows the bitter pain. We are suffering since we lost you. Li'e will never be the same. LONESOME MOM ANT) DAD. I""P-UIN"D May Lee Borland. In memory of 01.: dear mother, wno passed away eight yea-s a to today. tend memories, mother dear. keep yro aiwavs near. Gi-OKGK, OUVER. MACDE. AND MABEL. CAKROl! William T. Carroll. In lovine mem- ct our precious husband and lather Aug 1. 1S-44 P' -t fi;! be thy rest. (1ar hushand and daddy. It is iwet to b----;he thy name. Ir. your li we o:iy loved yu, Ir. 'iur tfearh. e d the same. A me ipe you. so we miss you. in f-cr memory you are near. L"d. remembered, longed lor always. F-irr:n many a siient tear. Memorial mass St. Ethe'.reda's rhurh. a a. m. LOVING WIFE AND SON. T't LVCA Pvt Michael r Lura on his 21st W"r. Urthdsy. Aur. 1. 1B4V who made the t (tpreme sacrifice Aug, 1, 1944. In ' fiance Dear Michael. It is sweet to breatht your ntrue in we toyed you dearly. In death we do the ajtme. rest In re"e MOTHER. DAD. AND BROTHERS. XAWCZYNSK1 S Sgt. Thomas J. Kawczynskt. frs A tnhutt ct love everlasting to the mem-l ory cl cur beloved son. brother, and nephew, killed la action Aug. 1. 1943. Tne dearest lad tht world could hold. A cherished smile and a heart ef gold. Thre wno knew him all will know Horn mura we lost two years ago. MOTHER. DAD. BROTHER. AND AUNTS. KKUSE John C. Kruse. A tribute ef love in memory ef our dear husband, father. and grandfather, who was taken from us suddenly three years ago today. O how blessed are you whose tolls are ended. And. thru death, have unto God ascended. LOVING FAMILY. irrtVFAF.DT Ellen Helnbardt. Jn loving menv e-y ol my beloved wife, who passed away surt-tn y Dec. 14. 1941, on this, our 38tn wed-ei;r.g anniversary. A i in my memory and forever In my heart. TOUR LOVING HUSBAND. DR. MAXIMiLAN MEINHARDT. v?.u!AN Pvt. Charles J. Neuman, U. S. A.. jpi. ai.ied In France Aug. 1, 1944. Somewnere in France In a soldier's (rave Lies our dear one amongst the brave. Jie never shunned his country's call, Put eladly gave Ml life, his all. i:C'TEB FATHER, AND BROTHERS. PAP.R Lt Roy Parr Sr. In cherished memory to a man loved by all. who passed away or.e year ato today, wire Hartha, Ciiid:en, and Grandchildren. RADEOS The Rev. George Radeos. In memo-ry c! our beloved castor, wno worked among ct ar.d who Is now in the presence, of his Savici.r. whe-m he worshipped. GREEK AND AMERICAN MISSION. S?EVZEL Arthur Francis Sprenzel. U. S. N. c 7 . xn cherished m'-mury of our beloved nenhfw ar.d grandson. ' ve o:ten inlnk of those happy birthdays. When we were all together Tour ,cvir:g smile and cheerful ways. Will live m our hearts forever. AUNT FRANCES AND GRANDMA. Today'f death notices contain the detail of the funerals or memorial services of the following who died in the services of our country: Charles John Ewert Leonard Joseph Garlanger Paul Frederick Griessmer Jr. Sam S. Lubel Jack McGinnis Edward A. NefT Wilbur J, Roeder Marshall M. Wlshnack "They gave the last full measure of devotion" KTNG Ees1 Klnf. beloved w1f e)f tht lift Meyer, dear mother of Mrs. Marry j 1 Minnie King I Myerson. Mrs. Eugene (Frances King) Knhn. Edward A. of Detroit. Mrs Phillip fSylvia Kinjl Slier, the lat Esther Klnc Reinschrelber and Maury M., devoted grandmother of 12 grandchildren and one lEreat-prrandohllfl. lono slst Gottlieli. New York. Scrv p. m.. at rhupel, fi20e! Br Posemont Park. Family a Myerson, 433 Briar plact. KLEEMAN Cora Kleeman of 1165 Went- worth avenue. July 31. 194. sister of the FIRED WARDEN sSraSiDENIES PRISON t home ot Harry J. " wAQ'miPinmiiR' tnu uui iu uluu OBITUARIES CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE. I WtJ A.. 1. 194S 23 Edward George Pauling Private services for Edward Gpotrc Pauline. F. close personal friend of Presidents Benjamin Harrison and William McKinley, will be held at 11 a. m. today in the family residence, 1218 Astor St., with the Rev. John Timothy Stone ofiici- rd wife of ni H I " J iallnS- XNlr- naming, wno aiea sun- m. Leona .lliyjS VfOiTlSn LlGQ I fl day. was born in Chicago in 1859 and established the real estate com- TELLS TERROR n F )?n.r n n r? ELEVATOR DROP STOVE RETAILER Mrs. Sadie L. Adams Services for Mrs. Sadie L. Adams 7.1, Negro, who died Monday in1 Presbyterian hospital, w ill be held J s " t at 11 a. m. Friday In the Woodlawn Cunff to Cage tO A. M. E. church. Mrs. Adams lived with a daughter. Mrs. Lucille Johnson, a teacher in the Raymond ele- One Instance pany of E. G. Pauling & Co., in 1890. He was a life member of the Art institute, Chicago Natural history Field museum, Chicago Historical 'Keep from Floating' New York. July 31 CP The ele- vaf fit r rl u-Via ff.ll fill flrirtahrnt mentary school. She was one of;, rw, f,i,cn mki f v,. the founders of the Douglas Leaecar in the Erripire State building of women voters. Another daugh- sRnn hv r rmv hmw ter. Mrs. Amelia Collins, and a son. crash Saturday was alive and smil- jamrs, aiso survive. POSTS OFFERED RETURNING VETS EI.UrytT Matthew C. Klllott of SOfio Drexel boulevard, beloved brother of Elisabeth A. Coote. Junn. and the late Josepn. Resting at chapel. 4141 Cottate Crove avenue Funeral Thurtrtay, Aug. 2, at 3 p. m. Interment Oak Woods. ENRIGHT Rose Sweeney Enrlght. late of 7335 Lafayette avenue, beloved wife of the late Capt. John B , C. P. D.. loving mother of Mrs Joieph E Carmody, Charles P.. Roy J.. and the late Bernard J. Enrlght, fond sister of Hugh and Rattlck Sweeney. Mra. Jennie Mllligan, and the late Bernard and John Sweeney. Funeral Thursday. ft:4 a. 01.. from her daughter's residence, 9020 S 1-avltt sireet. to st Carthaee's church. Burial Mount Olivet cemetery, biewart 7700. EWERT S. ltC. Charles John Ewert, A. R. M., killed In airplane, accident, Daytona Beach, ; Ha.. May 14. son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McLean, brother of William and Pavid. members of the coast guard, and R chard. Memorial services Aug. 5. 10:43 a. m.. Narareth E. Lutheran church, 60lb and Epauldmg. FAIRCHILD Georgia E. Falrchlld. nee Brlrgs. of Maywood. fond mother of Marietta Stan-, ley and Rupert. Funeral Thursday, 2 p. m.. at funeral home. Lake street at 2d avenue. Maywood. Inte. .ncnt Clen Oak. Maywood 14. ! FEEVE Hilda Feeve. July 30. 1945. bekived late Renton F. Kleeman. Cyrene chapter, lg No. 851. o. E. S.. services Thursday eve- I nlng at 8 p. m. Resting at chapel. 214 E. 115th street. Services Friday. Aug.- 3. at 2 p. m. Interment Mount Hope. KNOPS Rose Anna Knops. beloved John, fond mother of Raymond. Ryan. Mrs. Eleanor Phllbtn. Thomas, and the late Grace, sister of John. James, and Irene Smith, and the late Steve. Mra. Emma Dtilman. Mrs. Elizabeth Franklin. Funeral Thursday. 8 a. m.. from chapel. 334 W. Madison street, to St. Columbkllle'a church, 10 mount uraiu cemetery. . rc.!ll LanMnc. Mich., July 31 iSpecial LARSEN Ix.aU N. Lamen. 924 3 s. Bunop ,.. K. Knrief v nci t rust ee nf t ho Kotirth I strc-t, July 30. 1945. beloved husband ol i c it-inii iiiol ,.it i.j.-.. - Anna Lawn, fond father of joan, Louis E .ltween convicts and their wives were Presbyterian church. Two daughters f""; r,Hr11VlM?.m1?:"! common at the hie South Michinan , survive. Mrs. Helen Paulins Don-, Edw.rd. jea'nette Ann', and Robert F.' Urim Prison t .iwK.on s ii e ... 'IniJ .i n.. ' itient. will be held at 9:.10 a. m'husband tc return front overseas. . ry thi . e-k invited hundreds et tomorrow in SS. Cyril and Metho-'She had given notice and was to unr intn i,, orcsniyatinn. flius cnurcn. ir. najttusek, i nave qun mis wptk, Dr. Loots J. Hajdusek LINDVALL Hulda Llndvall. July 30, residence 7811 Marquette avenue, wile of the late Adnlph, mother of Mrs. John Benson, Mrs. Carl Kelson, and Martin, sister of John and Carl Peterson. Member of the Dorcas and Missionary society ol Tabor Lutheran church. Unnea Aid society and Auxiliary of the Aged. Resting at funeral home. 79th street and Phillips avenue, until 11 a. m. Thursday, thence In slate at Tabor Lutheian church, "Oth street and Earanaba avenue. Services 2 pm. Interment Oak If 111 cemetery. 110th street and KetUle avenue. South Shoi 6959. LORCH Jacob Loreh. late of 4 315 N. Sawyer avenue, beloved husband of Martha E.. net Lletzow: son of Philip and the late Kather-Ine. father of Phyllis and Corlnne. brother of Valentine. Philip, John. Katherlne Ross. Margaret Hansen, and George Resting at funeral home. 4332 Elston avenue. Services ar Tabor Et. Luth. church. Drake and Sunnyslde avenues, Wednesday. Aug. 1, 1:30 p. m Interment St. Lucas'. Member of Siberian post. No. 1W05. V. F. W. Will He In state at church from noon Wednesday until hour of service. wife of the late Edward, dear" mother of Trior-, LUBEL Lieut. Commander Sam. S. Lubel fl.u fThl Is the lf th article in a erie otitlinlnc opportunities for return ing today at Bellevue hospital. ,lnf war veteran. She is 20 year old Betty Louj BY ANTHONY WIRRY Oliver of Fort Smith. Ark, who, p..,.,.;.. tnr .,.. tt ,rvc-t services lor Dr. louis J. tiajdu-i " J" 'n me ,... -t-, sek. 58. of 1509 Garfield blvd. who;worid-s largest building while ,ht. be period of greatest 6rolh. th ir .. iCs n. rT l. verne. i.aroid ., t,ru .a. marie lorinv nellev of Chicaco. and Mrs. John M.'npn iionnay wnue visiting a pa-:u. ... .... - - Pcanetle Ann. and Robert E. Ijrsen. I ' ' ' ' ifiil r lfrtr, , itient. . 2121 w. vHh street, where er- by Harry H. Jackson, ousted war- billot of Koston. Muss. den, in his first detailed reply to1 . ,.v.orrr. r ah,. r.on Doth. Mn. Afjuila niancinelli - I . . ... . , J -t!l, I.I At charel. lies will be held Thursday, p. m. Interment Evergreen Aug. 2. at 2 Waukegnn. Her husband, who died in 1932, operated jewelry stores In mers that the prison had been a hotbed of mismanagement and scandal. Refuting Dethmers assertion that the penitentiary was a "veritable cupld club for lovelorn inmates." Jackson contended that such findings were based on a single false statement of "an unfortunate wo man trying to get out of an em.'Mapi0 av Kvanston. barrassing predicament Mrs. Aquila Mancinelli, 61. of 929i.... , . . . , . . ... ' , M ... , ' .. . . r35th, was born in Czechoslovakia. Woodlawn av Waukegan. died yes- ' - .. i-i., At ii v,,i,.i !1Ie was senior staff member of St. Marj of Nazareth hospital. Sur-IvivinK are his widow, Lillian, a son and a daughter. Conscious During Dencent The company announced it is g'.v- beukyi. U. .n. w.. oeiovea son 01 iiai . . ard the late Morris, fond brother 01 .j Dura. Kahn. Etta Fine. Harry. Cnm- mandrr Ben. U. S. N.. and Sol. Services Thursday. 2 p m., at chapel. 3021 Lawrence avenue. Interment Jewish Waldhelm. MACNIDER Violet Marnlder. nee Davlssnn. of 5223 I.udlam avenue, beloved wile of William, dear mother of Ensign Robert, V. S. N., and Pvt. Donald, U. S. A., !nd daughter nf Amos and Lydia Davlssnn. dear sister of Nettle Norman. Lottie Lalken. Wayne, and Amos Jr. At chape! 3905-07 Lincoln av.. where services will be held Wednesday. 1 p. m. Interment Thursday at Rensselaer, Ind MANCINELLI Aquila Mancinelli, Jul 31. 1945. of 929 Woodlawn avenue. W'lukrgan, 111., formerly of Wllmette, Hi., wife of the late Eugene A. Mancinelli. mother of Ralph. Eugene, and Mrs. Holland Sandee. sister of Mrs. R. M. Crealese., Service 10:30 a. m Thursday at chapel. 1567 Maple avenue. Evanston, HI. Burial private. MAY Leo May. beloved husband of Mathllde I nee Aron ) . fond father of Sylvan E.. dear brother of Sol. Johanna, and the late Simon W Mav. devoted, grandfather of Arnold and Morton. Family at 5139 Ellis avenue. Fu neral Thursday. Aug. 2, at 2 p. m. at chapel. 936 E. 47 in Itreet, to New Light cemetery. AFATE Nance Afcbate. nee Marsala, ct 1340 Tr.oraa.e avenue. July 30. 1945. beloved w:te cf the iate Anthony, fond mother ol Ccrp. Josepn. U. S. A., Rose Noto. Victoria, ar.d Panto S 1 1. V S. N . dear cf Capt. Samuel C. Noto. U. S. M. C. s:-r of Mn. Jennie Russo and Mrs. Frances Ccidarelii. Funeral from chapel, S50i N. Asniand avenue. Thursday. Aug. 2, at a rr. to St. Fhjiip Benut church. In termer, t L Joseph s. XTJAMS Mrs. Sadie L. Adam, age 73. Monday, tn Presbrtertan hospital, formerly a B-hlic school teacher, prominent in social. regrms, and weilare work In Chicago for the last 30 years, survived by one son. two deur.-i'.ers, four grandchildren, one great-rrandjrm. Services win be held at Wood-iewn A M. E. church. 65th and Evans avenue, Friday. 11 a. m. AJOEP.f-EN Gerda K. Andersen, nee Gerald Jn v 3D 1S.4 5. beloved wlte of Adolph B r' p, wilt. la., dear alster of Ema Cierald cf Chlcaco, Thorvaid Gerald of Calgary, far.afla. Christian, V'a'.demar. Asta Gerald, and Anna Gerla'.k. all of Copenhagen. Den-irara. At rnapei. 5501 N. Ashland avenue, wnere services will b held Thursday. Aug. 2. at 1 p. m. Services and Interment private. AVCJE1.TCA Ceorga Angelica, formerly of (104 W it place. July 31, 1945, husband erf the late Katherlr Ross Angelica. Funeral J-ren rhapel. 63d and Harvard. Thursday. Aug 2. at a a. m., to Our Lady ol Solace cr.urclx. W.ALXJE See Vary Dl Battlsta notice. ErEG lUude Taylor Blej. July 30. late of 750 K. Menard avenue, beloved wife of the U"e Frank, dear sister ef Mrs. Anna Kearni ol Elvna. O : dear friend of Mr. and Mrs. Mi"-r,ei PcrceU. Resting at luneral home. 2410 W, North avenue, where services will b he'id Thursday. 2 p. m. Interment Oak-iz Member of Ida . Saxton chapter, so. ees. o. e. s. BLACK P5val rRlazevirhl Btsck. husband cf -he laie Henrietta, father of Helen Slkorskl. Artn A . John J. Black, and Mary Febey. Fareral ThunwSsy. 9 a. m., from luneral h-rre. 40 S Ashland avenue. La Orange, to Ft Francla Xavter church. Interment Mount Olivet. EIaZTVICH See B'.aek nctlce. BT.HMANN Clara Bohmann. July 31, 1945. dar:y beloved sister of Josephine Lescher. ear sliur-tn-law of Nick lescher. Funeral Fniisv. Aug. 3. at 10 a. m.. from chapel. 2114 Irving Park road, to St. Benedict's church. Interment SL Bonuact'g cemetery. B-")S"A Mary Bona, beloved mother of Joseph, v en wiecrorek. Ju la Henry. es nuns LLltan ZieUnset. and Sylvia Kanelos. Resting at chapel. 742 N. Armour street. Services Thursday, 10 a. m.. Holy Trinity church. Interment St. Adalbert'i. ECNGI See Bccgievannl nctlce. BNGICVANNT Pearl rBor.tH Bonglovannl. belrTred daughter cf Josephine and the late Ca-i. dear sjster cf Sam. Josephine. Laura. Lawrence. Grace. Lillian. Cpl. Gus. U. S. A.. and Lt. Vincent, U. S. A. Funeral Friday, ! 3(1 a. m . from chapel. 736 W. North aver.ue fo St. TVmlnlck's church. lcut a-,d Seatwik streets. Interment Mount Carmel cemetery. BPTNKV.AN Mlnrle Brlnkman. 1435 Olive atcrue. beloved wife of the late Harris, lond Tr:-ier of Ben. Anna Weseiman. and the fj action at Mindanao. Philippine Islands. May 3. 1945. beloved ion of John J. and Nellie V. McGinnis. fond brother ef Jeanne and Marlon Haniey, dear nephew of Mollle O'Connor. Memorial mass Saturday. Aug. 4, 10 a. m . at St. Gertrude's church. Glen wood and Granville avenues. MrLAUGHLIN Bridget McLaughlin, nee Guck-I lief and Helen Services Wednesday, 3 p. m. at funeral chapel, 4338-40 Fulleiton avenue. Interment Cumberland, Wis. Pleat omit flowers. FIORDO Sea Daniel Fusco notice. FIRMER Frederick Fisher. Lake Bluff, III.. July SO. brlnved husband of Edith R. Resting at chapel. 233 txerpath, 1-ake Forest. III. Services Wednesday, Aug. 1. 2 p. m.. at Church of the Holy Spirit. 'Lake Forest. Interment Rldgewood cemetery. FLHER Reuben J. Fisher, beloved husband of the late Mary, nee Burns; fond father of Helen Smith and John. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a. m., at funeral home. Lake street at 2d avenue. Maywood. Interment Wheaton cemetery. Maywood 14. FLAVIN Veta Reislng Flavin. July 29. sud denly, of 2320 s. 12th avenue. Broadview, beloved wife of Thomas P., loving mother of Mrs. Albert J. Jantcrni, Mrs. Fred Knudsen Funeral Thursday. Aug. 2. at 9:30 a. m.. at luneral home. 301 S. 5tb avenue at Maple itreet. Maywood. 10:30 a. m. at St. Eulalla's church. Interment Mount Olivet. Maywood 100. FVLACK Frank Fulack fWopIl of Summit, suddenly, dear brother cf Mrs. Mae Lueck of Hodgklns. Resting at funeral home. 110 Aug. 2. 10:30 a. m., at St. Francis Xavlcr CINNIS-Corp. Jack McGinnis. U. S. church La Grance 1ff 22. late ol 6300 Wayne avenue, killed in FUSCO Daniel Fusco. beloved husband of the late Eva, nre Burgess; son of the late Michael and Maria, brother of Virginia Fiordo, Angelina Bonito, Mike. William, and the late Rose Yuro. uncle of Carmen and Mary Gradei. Funeral Thursday. 9:30 a.m.. from funeral home. 619 S. Ashland blvd., to St. Jariath s church. Kindly omit Sower. GALLAGHER Catherine Gallagher. July 30. suddenly, beloved wife of MarUn. fond mother of Martin Jr.. U. S. N., sister ol Margaret Weiler. John and Michael King. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a. m from chapel. 2449 Lincoln avenue, to St. Vincent's church. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery. GARLANGER Leonard Joseph Garlansrer, F. te-- l'C, U. S. N., beloved son of Walter and fei Delia Conway Garlanger. dear brother ol Ir 9 William F.. Raymond W . Harry L. Garlanger, Dorothy Mctsan, Lillian Ault. and Winifred Ondrls. Funeral Friday. 10:15 a. m., from residence. 7733 S. Bishop street, tn St. Sabina's church. Interment St. Mary s. Information. Triangle 1187. CARMAN Clinton M. Carman. 3525 Reta. July 31. 194 5. beloved husband of Helene D. Carman, father of Jack, June, and James At chapel. 5501 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Thursday, Aug. 2, at 3 p. m. Interment Roschtll. GILBERT Joseph Gilbert rGrurlinskll, loving husband nf Helen, nee Wagner, beloved son of Mrs. Frances Gruzllnskl. fond brother of Mrs. Anna Petersen and Benedict Gruzllnskl. Funeral Friday, 9;30 a. m., from chapel, 1006 N. Western avenue, to St. Mark'g church. Burial St. Adalbert's cemetery. GRADEI See Daniel Fusco notice. GRIESSMER Pfc. Paul Frederick Griessmer te--. Jr., 20th armored division, killed In Ip5i train wreck Welngarten. Germany, July 13. beloved husband of June, nee Chat-field; loving son of Paul and Ela Griessmer, dear brother of Norma. GUALTIERI Angelo Gualtlert. late ef 637 N. Sawyer avenue, beloved husband cf Michellna. nee Guldo; dear father of Albert. S. C. 3 C. u. S. N. and Rose, krandfather of Judy, stepson of Rnsaria Cjualtlerl. brother of Frank, stepbrcthtr of Frank Marti re. Funeral Thursday, 8:45 a. m.. lrom chapel, 624 N. Western avenue, to St. Matthews church. Interment Mcunt CarmcL Armltage 7800. CUNTHER Frances Gunther. beloved wife of the late Paul, dear mother ot Walter. Pfc. Hubert. V. S. A., and the late Adeline, grandmother of four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral Thursday. 9 a. m.. from funeral home, 4 24 5 W. Madison street, to our Lady of the Angela church. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery. HAjnusEK Dr. Louis J. Hajdusek, July SO. 1945, late of 1509 W. Garfield boulevard, beloved husband of Lillian, nee Orllkoskl: fond father of Louis J. Jr. and Vivian Healey. father-in-law of Lieut. Jerome J Healey, U. S. army. Funeral Thursday. Aug. 2. 9 a. m.. from funeral home. 4605 S. Hermitage avenue, to SS. Cyril and Methodius church. 50th and S. Hermitage avenue. Burial St. Adalbert s cemetery. Yards 1741. HALL Elizabeth A. Hall, nee Leewerger. 4 527 N. Mason avenue. July 2ft. 1945, beloved wife of Joseph C H1L loving mother cl Corp. Frank J. Hall. U. S A., dear grand mother of Naurene. dear sister of Mary Eberle. fond mother-in-law ol Jacqueline Hall. Fu neral Wednesday. Aug 1. at 9:30 a. m.. from According to Dethmer's report. Miss Anna Kelly the wire of a convict made an am-davit to her local authorities that her pregnancy resulted from a visit to her husband while he was confined to the prison hospital. Jackson, warden since 1939 of the penitentiary C- K : .... A t.' . , . . . CMtA 1 1- cur viverl hv a daughter and two sons. M. v. Service will be hel.1 tomorrow at m,M Cor Klttm" 10:r.O a. m. in the chapel at 15G7 Miss Cora Kleeman, .1. Of 116jS uentwotth av, died yesterday in Rosela w for Betty Lou was alone in the car ms 'first preference to veterans tn when the fog blinded B-25 crashed an expansion program which ecn into the building Saturday, and she templates discontinuance of Its ma;! remained fully conscious during the order merchandising and the estab- elevator's terrifying descent. She is lishment of retail outlets "In hun-suffering from burns, bruises and a dteds of towns In all 4S states." possible back fracture. ! Before the war it had 213 factory ."The elevator seemed to stop and owned stores In H states. It is seek shudder for a moment.' the told ing men to train as division rsn Miss Anna Kelly, GO, of 2740 Jar-lath st.. a retired teacher who elementary school, died yesterday ?y . ln the cha at 21 in Mercy hospital.- She is survived rJJ"' sl ,, cv,!ncr ls,cr. Mrs- James Beaude. of, agers. branch mannsers, home cfSc ioscland Community hospital. She , ... .,, ,Tk .. , . .7 . , .... . r p.n.L v v-t,rr..v. Chicago, at the hospital. Then it executives, and frt nchlse dealers, vas a sister ol Benton r. Kleeman, . ,,,,( ,,......, j . or aoyAr, ..Republican state rep-i stt it-Thtn a St resentitive who died 10 years go.!flash of flre enwloped me and j The company estimates that after ' Services will be held at 2 -p. m. raised my left arm to protect my! the war millions of families will .. 1 by a sister, Nora Agnes Kelly, ana r c r-.- i f, was summarily d.s-; JhnXYi G w Services wlI, Mrs. Rose Sweeney Ennght y today along with six;be hc,d Frjd ,t ,0 a m in SL Services for Mrs. Rose Sw . m 1 v... , 1. .1.1. J . . . . Margaret Mary church, tions commission. The seven had J been under suspension for a week M g ; Kin following Dethmers disclosure of a. " four months' inquiry into conditions Mrs. . Bessie King. M. widow of at the prison, which has been Meyer King, died yesterday in her dubhed "th fun house" 1 home at 6929 Greenview av. She is 7315 Yale av. Mrs. Enright, who died Sunday, was the widow of John B. Enright, former police captain. c-1 - ...4 V... - J . . 1 n L . J . . , . , , j 011c 1 suinru i ' ft uauKUiri oiiu Jackson said he would welcome! survived by three daughters "n ,,.. on, 1 "impartial probe" of his acta ! Services will be held at 1 p. m; ,wo s and policies as warden. STEEL WORKERS RAM OIL TRUCK; 3 KILLED, 2 HURT Three Inland Steel company workers were fatally injured and two seriously hurt yesterday when their automobile crashed into the side of an oil truck at Industrial hwy. and Chicago av., Gary, Ind. The dead are Frederick Froendt, 47, of Lowell, Ind., driver; ElbHdge Schwartz, 36, of 939 Baker st., Gary, and George Mastovick, 58, of 531 Porter st Garv. The Iniured. taken Ivan. late of 9106 Laflln street, beloved wile . .,,,;.,, i of the late John, fond mother of Catherine, to Mercy and Methodist hospitals in Gary, are Elmer Boss 48, of 4170 Calhoun st, .nd Robert Wyatt, 35, of 565 Haniey St., Gary. The oil truck driver, Charles Tucker, 38, of 6212 May st, Chicago, an employe of the Sprout & Davis Transfer company. Whiting, Ind., was ordered to appear at the inquest. Barbara Hester, 4, of 4311 Congress St., daughter of Roger Hester, a city fireman, was killed when a truck ran over her in Congress st. near her home. The driver was Ellsworth Ewert, 45, of 1933 W. 34d st. ra(.e , ; iin-u eunrr a nott or lurnicr, "The fire was gone in a moment! I,s products include coal, gas. or oil and I tried again to work the con-j ; furnaces; electric, gas. coal, or wood trols. I nicked un the telephone in ranges, and combination types using eeney,the care and tried to call the w kins of fuel; stokers, heateri. Enright, 72. w ho lived at 7335 Lafay- s)artcr on t)lt. ground floor. Noth- refrigerators, and washing machines, ette av, will he held at 10:30 a. m. ;nc happened. I started yelling and' Kalamazoo was established Jn 1900 tomorrow in St. Carthage's church, pounding the floor." " in a shop ro larger than the aver , x- 1 ... , r i. . u rt ... . . v . , . Relatives quoted trie giu as say-, kank"-. m riwuuuin "jvui ing she " felt as though the car was now covers 36 acres, the company leaving me I was going down so said. fast that I just had to hang onto! To the veteran who says, " I don't the sides of the elevator to keep! know anything aibout selling stoves from floating." jor furnaces," the company replies: Saved by a Miracle j "Neither did mar.y cl our most The elevator crashed against an ' successful men. Kalamazoo mairv Mrs. Olive Wyne 32. w ho died Sunday in her home, j oil buffer in the bottom of the pit, tains a special training school Services for Mrs. Olive Wyne, g8.;2."U 5. vzxn av, Broadview, win ne crove ine rjuuer rjiinacr inrgii.n mir irtsa. uuw who died In her home at 1025 Erie held at 10:30 a. m. tomorrow in St. the car. from Dottom 10 top. ana you anena mis scr.ooi, we snow you st Oak Park, yesterday, will be held1 Eulalie's church. Maywood. She is' smashed the floor all except about how to follow up prospects, how to today at 4 p.m. in the chapel at 203! survived by her husband. Thomas r,'eight inches in one corner where sell, how to organize a store, hew ta S Marion st. Oak Tark. Eurial will'a building contractor, and two daugh- the girl was standing. 'merchandise our products, how t be at Galesburg. iters. j "She was saved by a miracle." ; advertise and keep books, and how saia vjporge a. Mouni, uisiini mmi- to mae.? your Business roxac.e. ager of the Otis Elevator company, who investigated the building's ele- tomorrow in me cnapc, .1 -un Mrf, Thomai P. Flavin IUUUVYUJ. Services for Mrs. Thomas P. Flavin McCarthy. Timothy. Edward. Mary Masco-i lino, and the late John and Thomas, devoted sister of Ellen McCluskey of New York-City. Funeral Friday. 9 a. m., lrom chapel, 8145 S. Ashland avenue, to St. Ethelreda'a church. Interment Holy Sepulchre. MrN ALLY Laura McNally. July 30, wtfe of the late Matthew, mother of Mrs. Eleanor Kramp and Robert Jacobs, sister of Mrs. Pauline Radloff. grandmother of Robert. Elaine, and William. Services Friday. AUE. 3, at 1 p m. at late residence. 8026 S. Wolcott avenue. Interment Forest Home. MEYER Georce J. Meyer. July 30. 1945. ace 74 years, at the home. 2773 N. Lake drive, husband of Catherine O'Connell Meyer, father of George L. N., Oeorse T.. Mrs. Edwin X. Schmidt. Arthur W.. Harold W., Mrs. Paul Mausz. and Mrs. Ferdinand lllnrlchs. brother of Edward A. and Joweh W. Meyer of Green Bay. Eleanor Mevr of Olendale. Cal., also survived by 2S grandchildren and one great-srandrhild. Funeral at the Fee-rlck funeral home. 2025 E. Capitol drive, fihorewood. Thursday. 8:30 a. m. Services at St. Robert's church, 10 a. m. Interment Holy Cross. NEFF 1st Lt. Edward A. NefT Jr., V. S. army. a ane 26. killed In action In Germany on feS April 21, 1945. beloved husband of Doro-thy, nee Lagerlof, dear ion of Cora and Edward A. Nefl, fond brother of Lt. Russell John NefT. U. S. M. C, grandson of Mrs. Htlen NefT. Memorial service Sunday, Aug. 5. at 2.30 p. m.. St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran church, 6045 N. Rockwell street, Chicago. NEWMAN Rose Newman, beloved wife of the late Adolph. mother of Charles. Lillian Konn. William. Elsie A he I son. and Arthur, sister of Phoebe Neubers. Abe Cole, Rae Morris. Fannie Schielman. Henrietta Pomerance. Sadie Stewart, and Meile Barker, grandmother of Delia Martentnal. Funeral Thursday, 2.30 p. m.. at chapel. 6935 Stony Island avenue. Interment B'nal Moshe cemetery, Waldhelm. NOP.RIS Tessle Norris. nee Cleary, formerly employed by Drake hotel, sister of Henry C. Cleary. Toledo, .. and Mrs. Helen C. Marsh, Toledo, O., grandmother ot Donald C. Nnrrls, U. S. A., overseas. Services at chapel, 1706 W. Jackson blvd., Thursday at 2 p. m. OTTH Casper Otth. 9733 S. Wood street. July 30. 1945. beloved husband of the late Louise Otth. fond father of Anna and Edward J. Otth of Jerseyvllle. 111., father-in-law of Gladys C. grandfather of Marilyn Louise, Edward J. Jr.. and David Hamilton Otth. At chapel. 2121 W. 95th Itreet. where services will be held Thursday, Aug. 3. at 1 p. m. Interment Forest Home. PASSARELLA August Passarella. At rest at residence. 167 N. 23d avenue. Melrose Park. loving husband of Mary, dear father of John, j Mrs. Carmella Naples. August Jr.. and the' late Joseph. Daniel, and Rorro. brother of i John. Funeral Thursday. Aug. 3. at lo a. m to Our Lady of Mmint Carmel church. Interment Mmmt Carmel. Ermine1 ehuTcn" LnrTt Joseph. ! .J SEN. BUSHFIELD STRICKEN; STILL CRITICALLY ILL Huron. S. D.. July 31 W Sen. Eushfield IR., S. D. was in "very critical" condi tion late today in a Huron hospital, where he was taken this morning after his collapse on a train while en route to Wants Successful Dealers valors yesterday. The concrete floor! , " . 1 in the bottom of the shaft was cr jshed like an egg shell." i sho ue our av' Mount said all six cable, to which ?n,sh fur. courst' V AlaWr 'niaj RAY M'CARTHY, WEST SIDE CIVIC r r a nrn nrc i,L,niyL,M, xi i V"r .r." w.j 7" I I". "j to conduct one of our branch stores. Raymond McCarthy. 48. president and tne automalic brakinf. cabje e want our men to max. money of the Medical Center commission AK,rnvA nermittinc theibecause unless they are successful. and former chairman of the Gar-j car to fall without any braking sys- we can't be successful either." field Park Business Men's associa- tem at all The only thing which! lt the veteran 'nt to ga iat t ion, was found dead in his home at might have slowed the descent was business or himself and hand: 620 N. Euclid av.. Oak Park, yester-air pressure in the shaft, he said, j Kalamazoo products, th company day by an employe who had gone! ptettw Tym.u mnriition still Is criti- Pledges itself to arrange that too. to the house after Mr. McCarthy;-.. tne hosnital said, but she is' For this tJTe of undertakir.g, th " l . J , ns i failed to appear in his ofHce. j Mr. McCarthy was alone in the much improved. his home in Mil-; home at the time because his wife J7r) VUCi Jlf A A7 C ler. Physicians and three sons were at the family's, tVKSUlll aJ Vet Sentenced to Year in Money Order Forgery Alex Norviile, 26, of 3122 V. 26th stH was sentenced by Judge Elwyn R. Shaw in federal District court yesterday to a year and a day in federal penitentiary for forging and cashing a $15 postal money order. Norviile, given probation on a similar charge five years ago, recently William. El'sle Abelson. and Arthur, sister nf.was discharged from trie army. hen. Bmhftrld first attributed summer home in Crystal Lake. Miss the collapse to a .Frances McCarthy, a sister, said her massive cerebral' brother had suffered several heart hemorrhage, but attacks recently. described it after! He maintained a real estate office company says little investment i required because "we do most ct the financing and take most of the risk." In most cases the veteran's contribution will be about S2.000. a spokesman said. The middle west. IN FIRE RUINS sr,uth' and s0"1""1 w said t j'.u.i.ic mr ursi juiauons. Jerseyville. Ill, July 31 Special Veterans interested in these lob The charred and partially dismem-; opportunities are advised to consult SLASHED BODY further examination as a " cerebral : at 4005 Washington blvd. since 1918 accident," a medical term for, an- and was active in west side business b,red body of a woman believed tOthe employment officers cf the local other type of brain hemorrhage. The and political circles. He had served ,bt Mrs- Nettie Ford, 53. mother of ; posts of the American Legion or th senator remained unconscious. Stricken in Gravel Pit, as a member of the Chicago plan 'Ave adult children. Was found today commission. j in the basement of her home after Veterans of Foreign Wars cr writ directly to the sales manager cf itm Surviving besides his widow and a fire which broke out at 6 a. m. company at Kalamazoo fi. Mich. Jthe three sons at home ar n I The fire deftroved the Interior of I Swimmer Dies in Hospital . Raymond Jr in the navy, and his the three room frame structure, j 'j ' J" 'QiV PACTS William Mattincly. 20. ot 1320 Greenview av.. died yesterday in St. cemetery. Please omit flowers. e Besv.e Hnrwm ot Webster Grove. Mo., j HAMMAR Mary E. Hammar. beloved wife nf r r-t grandchildren, e'.sht ereat-grandchll- d-n. h'.'Tmxt of L O. B. A. Burial fit L'-uls. Mo. C.VPS.GNA Salvatore Campaena. beloved of Mary, fond father of August and Posemarv. brother of Mrs. Josephine Cur-tardo. Mrs, Saivatora Piazza, and the late j-jserri. Funeral Thursday. :30 a. m.. from er.aael. 234S W. Madison street, to Our Lair cf Sorrows cturcn and Mount Carmel cemetery. OP-DEX.LI Amelia CardelH. dear wife of the iate Caesar, fond mother of Mrs. Rose y-rr.l. Mrs. Irene Bert a ma, Mrs. Elda fbiasi. and Mrs Jesiie Nittl. Resting at fn-e.-al home. 7337-39 W. Grand avenue. Ftiri'-ral Thursday. Aug 3. at 9:30 a. m., to S:. Ceiesttne's church. Interment Mount Cannel. Eimwood Park 861. CA'Mnv-Finrenre A Carmon. late of Webb Ciiv Mo., beloved daughter of th late Mae H Sw.n and James C Swan, dear alster T .swf-rtn Siwan, Ortruda siommerfleid. and Crrevlrve M Bickeil. Funeral Webb City. Mo. C"N Andrew Leo Carson. SOU Went-wwh avenue, July 30. 14S, beloved hua-hsrd of M:ldred Carsnn, father of Bonnie. T. SV.via. and ports. lfter father of Fve'vu and Arthur. At rhanel. 3d and Har vard. where services will be held Thursday, jst. 3. at 3 p. m. Interment Eddyvllle. la CTATFIELD See Griessmer notice. CHO:.nEKKO Jennie Chnldenko. beloved wife of Israel, mother of Mrs. G. Finerman. Sld-rey Cholden. Abe Cholden, Mrs. M. W. Krlan. grandmother of seven and fond :it of Paul E;wtien. Funeral Wednesday at 2 p. ra at charel. S20S N. Broadway. For lntormaUon. call Rogers Park 1415. CT Estertna CTk of 1324 N. Waller ave-ro be.cAed mother of Anna L. Ledl. mother-!--iew ol Wi.hsm Ledl. grandmother of VJ-d-ed and Ann. Sen'ices Friday. 10 a. m . at ehapri. 137 N. Austin boulevard. Oak Para. Interment family lot. CGLLOVE See Mary Dl BatUsta notice. COOUTT Annie C. Cooley. are 83. beloved wire of the late Myron H . dear mother of x,rfm te tale Lvdia Crwjkman Mr.. Edith. Arthur. F-na. and Grace, irandmother of Atnrry Cman Jr. and Edith Jordan, r-eat-irsndTiother of Gregory. narnara Kotrt. and Ann, Memtier ef Humboldt Park clapter. Kn. 472. O. E S. Mineral at cnapei. ?jiol Fuliertnn avenue, Thursday, 3 p. m Interment Forest Home. CC'5tM Fssle Ccsun ef Maywood Home lir S'ld ers' Widows, beloved wile of the Ute l'enry Funeral Friday. 11 a. m . at fi;ne-al hf me. Lase street at 2d avenue. May- wood. Interment Rosehill. Maywood 14 CCTV1TV Florence Iee Cotney, wife of the :e Edward, beloved sister of Mrs. Maude P P.icha-d. Services and Interment at St. Lcuis, Mo. CP'OF Kllrr. M. Crusoe. 2018 Byron street, .tu v 31. 1S45." beloved wife of John T.. virg mcther of Florence Shimek, Theodore G Fertmsn. Sst. P.otiert Redman. L'. S. A., Pesr! J Crusce. Cpl. Bert R. Crusoe. U. S. A., and William J. Crusoe. Services Thursday. tat 2. t 2 p. m.. at chapel. 2114 Irving Park road Interment Mount Olive cemetery. D: EATTIKTA Mary Dt Battlsta. nee Collone. oevr.;ed wife ef Martin, beloved mother of Lena. Frann, Corp. Nick. U. P. A.. Vito Mrs. Tme Prete. ar.d Mrs. Ann Bsllje. Funeral Friday, 9 a. m.. friim chapel. 813 W.Taylor street, to Our Lady cl Pompeii church. Interment Mcunt Carmel. Monroe 0449. POP.A.V Eetha Florence Doran. 7607 S. May t-reet. Ja:y 30. 194 5, wife of the late Thomas Doran. mother of the late Thomas, asm rf Mrs. Elizabeth Bailey. Mrs. Bertha Kill. .!rs. Irene Cock!air, Joseph, and George Sr7erd. Resting at Christ church chapel. Stii and Wordlawn. Services In Christ church. Wednesday. Aui. 1. at 3 p. m. Internzert Oaa Woods. 1LFLE Frances Eble, late residmce. 5710 N. Meivina avenue, beloved wife of the late Otto F.fc e. lend mother cf William C. Eugene. Eroest P.cse Wiley, Uillan Holub. Ellen PattersrT!. and Ann Lampe. Funeral Thurs-' Aug 3. at O a. in., from funeral "!. 7S4 Northwest blfhway. t St. Tarciasus' chsrrb. Interment St. Joseph's. Arthur C mother of Arthur C. Jr. and Crystal Hammar. At chapel, 1971 W. 111th street. Services Morgan Park Methodist church. Thursday. Aug. 2. at 3 p. m. Interment Oak Hill cemetery. HEERBOTH The Rev. L Aug. Heerboth. D. D . pastor emeritus of St. John's Lutheran church. Wheaton. 111., oeloved nusoand ol the late Mathilda V. legman Heerboth. lond father of Fred, Dorothy, and the Rev. Martin L At rest and services. 3 p. m. Friday, in chapel. 120 N. Haie street. Wheaton. thence to St. John's Lutheran In Lombard. 111., tor funeral at 2:30 p. m. Burial Concordia cemetery. HICKS Lulu Lydia Hlcki. late of 2147 Washington boulevard, sinter ot Mrs. Minnie M. Frey of Jollet. III. Funeral Thursday. 2 p. m.. at rhapel, 234 W. Madison street, to Forest Home cemetery. HINIiSMlnnle Hinds, beloved wife of the late Charles W.. fond mother of Pfc. Raymond K. and TH Harold, U. S A . sister of Ferdinsnd Prlehe. Mrs. Augusta Morunde. and the late Johanna Relnbold. Services Thursday, 2 p. m . at chapel, 3742 Lincoln avenue. Interment Concordia. HOPE Florence A. Hope, nee Boothman. late of 2221 N Knox avenue. July 30. 1945. beloved wife of Andrew, fond mother of John, Mrs. Alice F.neh. and Mrs. Mary Aarlel. ats-er of Mrs. Martha Monroe. Services Wednesday. Aug. 1, at 3 p. m. at funeral home. 5350 W. North avenue. Interment Elmwood Merrimac 6890. IK VINE Charles Edward Irvine, beloved hus band ot Eleanor, nee MHlett, ot 4411 Emerald avenue, fond father of Edith Listen. Edna Lee. RUon C. and the late Austin, brother ot Robert of Baker. Mont.. Martha O Donoehue. Jennie Prior, and the late Margaret Barrow, all of Montreal, Canada, also survived by five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Member of Royal League. Sherman council. No. 81. Retired employee of Swift 4s Co.. wholesale market Funeral Wednesday, 1 p. m., from funeral home, 54 38 S. Halsted itreet. to Dreiel Park Presbyterian churrh, 64th atreet and Marshfleld avenue. Boul. 0662. Montreal papers please copy. JAP.GEN John A. Jargen, late of 3111 N. St. Iuls avenue, beloved husband of Martha, nee Sllfka; son ct Joseph and Mary Jarzemb-skl. father of Alhlna Roth and Raymond, brother of Bruno and Cecelia. Funeral Frl-dayl. 9:30 a. m . from chapel, 36.10 W. Genrre street, to Our Lady of Grace church. Interment St. Adalbert's. Member Royal Arcanum Progressive council. No. 940. JARZEMBOWSKI See John A. Jargen notice. JOHNSON Allie M- Johnson. July 30. 194 5. ot 3164 Hudson avenue, wile or the late Charles E. Johnson, beloved mother of Caryl Johnson. Services at chapel, 1353-55 N. Clark street, Wednesday, Aug. 1, at 3 p. m. 30. of 4743 School street, suddenly, loving father of Irene Dickens. Emily Schlia. Eve-Ivn Rospond, George, and S. 2C James. U. S. N. Funeral Friday, Aug. 3. 9:30 a. nr. from funeral borne, 5259 Roscoe street, to St. Ladlslsus' church. Interment St. Adalbert's. Kildare S974. PRAX Harry Prax. husband of Grace Pelaney Prax. Funeral from home for funerals. Krie at Wabash avenue. Thursday. Aug. 3. at 9 a. m. to Holy Name cathedral, interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. PRETE See Mary Dl Batt;ta notice. PREUTER Herman E. Preuter. late residence E. River road. Norwood Park, beloved husband ot the late Hulda. nee Harnark; fond father cf Mrs. Edna Wlttman, Mrs. Lydia Lewandowskl. and Mrs. Helen Kchuhknecht, Krandfather of Lois. Ruth, and Dons Schuh-knecht. brother of Alvlna Henk. Lucy, Werner, and Mallnda. Resting at funeral home. 87 54 Northwest highway, until Friday noon. Aug 3. Services 2 p. m. at St. Paul's YOUI. FLOWERS WILL UUINSOLE AND nilUFOIVT THE BEREAVED 7? Francis hospital. Evanston. after he was seized with a convulsion while swimming in a gravel pit at Austin i and Main sts.. Morton Grove. Mor-i ton Grove police applied artificial respiration. He was an employe of the Marion Riding academy at Monday against the seven men ac-River rd. and Touhy av., west of:CUsed of participation in the 2 mil- Mrs. Ford lived alone in the Place , and was last seen alive at 8 p. mASIGNED RY EICIHT TUOHY TO 7VD Cr ater day when one of her sons.1 Z . ...t.' m w r a 7 jWilbert Ford, just returned fro MORE COUNTRIES Oi-liiV HI Afll Y, overseas army called on her., tAn n r VAULT ROBBERY New indictments will be sought ; Park Ridge. PACKING WORKER DIES IN PLANT Jesse Bowman. 54. Nerrn. of 5842 Calumet v. died of a heart attack yesterday while at wora In the Swilt A Co. stock yards plant. I UNDERTAKERS- Tft4 rUrttta Aim. DEATH NOTICES SHAIN Lillian L. Shaln. nee Lathen. ot 7101 N. Greenview avenue. July 30, 1945. beloved wife ot Dr. Hal W. At chapel. 5501 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Thursday. Aug. 2. at 2 p. m. Interment private. Brldceport. Conn., papers please copy. SIEVERT Sophie Slevert. nee Krohnbcrg. be loved wite of the late Frank C. loving mother ot Harold, sister ot Charles Krohn- berg. the late Minnie Morey, Emma, and Frank Krohnberg. Services Thursday at 12:30 at funeral home. 1023 N. California avenue. Interment Lock port. 111. SMITH Gertrude Madeira Smith, July 30, 1945. in Chicago, ace 77, alster of the late Eleanor Smith. Services at Oak Woods chaoei, 1035 E. 67th street. Chicago. Wednesday, Aug. 1. 1945, at 3 p. m. interment private. Please omit flowers. LAIN & SON-Funeral Information lion dollar looting of the E. IL Rum- bold vaults at 621 W. 119th St., in eluding Wencel Urban, who was maawvs mm n t sA ftti a-ifA AnI an uncle. William Dunham. iE,cht "tore countries have .iEned State's Atty. Frank A. Rcisner said, , ' ... " the body was' so badly burned that j w:?., ld wit.n regulation aviation fa. positive identification must await a i "e state department an- comparison of dental charts. j nounced today. The woman's skull was crushed. Most recent was that of Para- he said, and an arm and a leg had "hK Tut name to four L j t . i ... of the international ir nsett found strangled last March in aDefT ev.e . . 1' , , 'worked out in Chica-o last velr ditrh v.or- k'v.i.. The states attorney said he is orKW oul ,n -ncao lasi ear. ditch near Kankakee. ' other countries that recently. ataies Any. luony saia uroant . - ' . u, sirned the asrreements are Australia. unuic iiic iiic Bioi tvu aim uci uvuj - - and the floor in the immediate vi-! EelrTium. Iraq. Luxemburg. Sweden, cinity then drenched with oil. '.Switzerland, and Syria. A coroner's jury tonijzht returned' The agreements cover an interim a verdict of "death by fire from'Pct which came into force on unknown oi iRin." I June 6 and w ill continue until a permanent air treaty is worked oat. name will be included in the indict ments because of the part it played in the testimony civen before the Rrand jury. Indictment counts of robbery will be based on the canc'i robbery of It. C. Kumhold. "9. the watchman, to obtain the vault keys. Tuohy yesterday questioned Mrs. Bea A. Murray. 9R21 S. California 3 p. m. at rhapei. Lavergne av., two of the jurors who acquitted Willie Niemoth and Pat- B ATA AN KIN FOLK ,r"P-t r t. a transit ract. and omcr tet-nnicai agreements. URGE U. 5. ACT TO .-7".-. . . ,n ojDTfir ri "rojects Retained to Add AID CAPTIVE GIs ; r?- T l t- . . Million Big Truck Tires The Bataan ar Prisoners Relief, ... . . . . rick Flaherty. Both asserted their "f Illinois, thru its president. Mrs. votes were based on their opinions Lucy Palermo. 10406 S. Leavitt St.. of the evidence. Washington. D. C July 31 oTi The 13 projects retained in th Kvantellral Lutheran church. HlgtMns and;; Arthur Solberg. July 21. father Canni-ld roads. Interment Town of Maine cemetery. PRttSIIA Frank M. Prusha. beloved husband of Antoinette Prusha. loving father of Mildred Dempsey. Blanche, Lillian, and F.nslgn Frank R. Prusha, U. S. N., fond brother ol Anna plpal, I.oule Flala, Kdward and Louis Hybs Funeral Friday. Aug. 3. 194V 45 a. m . frfm chapel. 52 1 S. Kedne av,nue, to St. Nicholas cf Tolentlne church Intel ment Resurrection. Berwyn 18S6. PUCCI Pucct of 154 S. Central Park of Shirley, son of David, brother ol Florence and Minnie. Servicea Thursday, Aug. 2. at 130 p. m at chapel. 124-12H Madison st . at Iximbard av.. Oak Pais. Interment Woodlawn. STANCE Bertha Stange. beloved wife of Her man. loving mother of Benjamin. Emanuel. Daniel. Claia Vicrow. Marlon Wilson. Klla beth Wortelman. pansy Detmar. Iji Norma De Land, and Ada Volet. Services at rhapei. 7 310 Madison atreet. Forest Park. Thursday. 2 p. m. Interment Concordia. devoted father of Joseph. Victor, Mrs. Isa hella Cocoaro. Mrs. Adeline Mazzettl. and Mrs. Olympla Drlscoll. fond stepfather of Mike. Joe. Frank, John La Carea, Mrs. Gen-evle Pooler!. Mrs. Phllomena Mastrianl, and Mrs. Lucille Miller. Funeral Friday. 9 a. m.. from chapel. R13 W. Taylor street, to Pt Calltsto church. Interment Mount Carmel. Monroe 0449. QUINN John C. Oulnn of 492 W. Division street, beloved husband of Wtlma. brother of William J. and Kdward M . uncle of Edward Jr., Marlon Polslnelll. Sharon Lee. nephew of Mrs. Michael Farrell. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m., from funeral home. 3301 Fullerton avenue, to St. Peter Can- islus churcii. RAINEY Robert E. Lee Ralney of 761 S Colfax avenue, husband of Ida Jane, father of Robert Jr. and T. Garland, brother of Ann L. B. Cheney, Fllrabrth B. Davis, and Marie Connell. grandfather of peter and James Ralney. At rest In chapel, 2024 K. 7Mh street. Services Thursday. 3 p. m. Interment private. Please omit flowers. P.FEVE Florence A. Reeve, nee Samuelson. ot Wllmette. III., beloved wlte of Elmer, fond mother of Carolyn, fond daughter of Charles and the late Sophie Samuelson, sister of Ber-nlce Anderson. Services Friday. Aug. 3. 2:30 p. m.. at funeral home, 6200 N. Western avenue, corner ot Foster. Interment Acacia JOHNSON John Julius Johnson of 2104 N. I "r- St. Louis avenue, dear brother of Anna i RIEKER Louts C. RIeker. late of 6413 N. loving husband of Mary Rose, nee Paladlno. STEINBERG Dora E. Steinberg, nee Raben c. Nelson and uncle of Thelma Nelson. Services Friday at 2 p. m. at funeral home. 3301 Fullerton avenue. Interment Forest Home. Member of Bernadotte lodge, No. 241. V. O. A. and Drake lodge. No. 3, I. O. V JURASKA Joseph B. Juraska of Kenosha. wis., formerly of Chicago, 111., beloved husband of Margaret, nee Hansen: devoted father of Joanne and Nancy Jean, loving son of Stephen and the late Jeannette Juraska. fond brother of Roselyn Marek. Marian K., and Jeannette Messltt. Services Friday, Aug. 3. at 10 a. ra.. at St. Mark's church. Kenosha. Wis. Interment St. Adalbert's cemetery. Nlles. 111. Call Berwyn 1866. JURGENFEN Siegfried Jurjensen. beloved husband of Kathrin, nee Hummer: dear father of Edward, grandfather of Kenneth and Judith Lynn, father-in-law of Betty. Services Thursday. 2 p m.. at chapel. 2708 N. Western avenue, to Acacia Park cemetery. Humboldt 1717. KELLY Anna Kelly cf 2740 Jariath avenue, formerly of S407 Aberdeen street, beloved daughter of the late Michael and Ellen Kelly fond sister of Nora Agnes. John W.. and the late Ellen Kelly. Funeral Friday. Aur. 3. 9:30 a. m., from funeral home. 1359 Devon avenue, at Glen wood, to St. Margaret Mary enurrn and 8t. josepn cemetery, Seeley avenue, beloved husband of Emma, nee Hammerjrren: fond father of Bemiece, Mrs. Irene Jolie, and Mrs. Jimmy Hall, also leaves five grandchildren. Services Thursday, Aug. 2. 2:30 p. m., at funeral home. S2O0 N. Western avenue, comer of Foster. Interment Memorial Park. ROEDER Pfc. Wilbur J. Roeder. age 24. Iate 5-5 of 3819 W. 59th place, died In prison fcE; camp In Germany. April 26. 1945. be loved husband of EUamae. nee Connelly: loving son of Charles P. and Anna M. Roeder. dear brother of Orvllle. Y. 2'C U. S. N. R Memorial mass Thursday, Aug. 2. 9:30 a. m., at St. Nicholas of Tolentlne church, 62d and Lawndale avenue. Former member of the Chicago hit department, SAKS Mildred Sass. nee Borek. 2738 W 22d place, beloved wife of Elmer E.. fond mother of Shlrlfy. sister of Elsie Heyn and Roy O. Borck of Milwaukee. Services Thursday. Aug. 2, at 2:30 p. m., at chapel 6301 W Cermak road. Berwyn Interment Concordia. Berwyn 8240 or Lawndale 2262 SALTER Victoria V. Sauter. nee Keller. July so. wife of Rudolph, mother of Rudolph Jean, and the late Edward Sauter. daughter of Mathias Keller. Services 3 p. m. Thurs day at chapel. 3415-19 N. Clark atreet. In terment Montrose, of Spring Valley, III . beloved wile of roe late I. L., dear mother of Ida Rudolph. Ella Adelman, Maurice, and Harry, fond sl"er ol Charles, Irving, Cells Smith. Annie Duhln. Ida Segal. Edith Goldman. Fannie Snyder. and Mary Goldman. Services Wednesday. 10 a. ra.. at chapel. S206 Broadway. Inter, ment O. B. A., Waldhelm. STOPKA Leonard R. Stopka of 314S W. 4 2d r OTTH Casper place, beloved son or Mary and Joseph, fond brother of Pfc. L Roy, U. S. A Funeral Thursday at 9:30 a. m. from chapel. 29S9 W. 43d atreet, to St. Pancratlus' church Interment Resurrection. Lafayette 7781. TAYLOR Margaret Taylor, nee Benson, late ot 37 S. both avenue, Fellwood. III., beloved wife of James Alexander, loving mother ot Margaret. Mae. and Lt. James A.. IT. S. A. overfeas, fond dauchter of the late Chailes W. Sr. and Mary Benson, alster ot Mrs. Edwards Freltag. Charles W. Benson Jr.. and Albert M. Benson. SK 2c. U. S. N. R. Resting at funeral home. 42:VS7 W. Division sireet. until 10 a. m. Saturday. Aug. 4. Lying In state at Bellwood Community Presbyterian church, 319 Morris. Bellwood. HI. Service 2 p. m. Interment Glen Oak cemetery. Member of Synove lodge. No. 416. X. of U. Albany 3600. TEPLTTZ Josephine M Teplltr. nee Hecht. of 1020 Winona avenue, beloved wife of the late David E.. dear mother of the late Lawrence and Lucille. Services Thursday. 2 p. m., at chapel. 5208 Broadway. Interment Free Sons cemetery. Waldhelm. Secretary of North Side branch. Women's Mlira-chl ot Chicago WHITWORTH Fred R. Whltworth. late oi 5314 N. Bell avenue, husband ot Ellrabeth. father of Mrs. Geraldlne Seeberg. and Mrs Grace Wendell, grandfather of Virginia and William Seeberc Jr. Services Friday, Aug. 3:30 p. m., at luneral nome, azoo N. west era avenue, corner of Foster. WISHNACK M. Sgt. Marshall M. Wlshnack. beloved son of Carl and the late Bertha - miinnsH, ucar prumrr ui, aniriey Glazier, and Bette Felrer. Military services at Fort Sheridan chapel Wednesday. Aug. 1. 11 a. m. Interment Arlington ceme tery, Washington, D. C WYNE Olive Wyne, age 99. of 1025 Erie street. Oak Park, wile of tne late w. b Wyne. Services Wednesday. 4 p. m.. at funeral home, 203 s. Marlon street. Oak Park. Burial Galesburg, 111. Euclid 70. ZOPELIS Veronica Zopells of 5477 Archer avenue. Summit. 111., beloved wife of Anthony, dear mother of Rstelle. John, Peter, and Betty. Remains In repose at funeral home. Archer avenue at Slst street, Argo. Funeral Thursday. 9:30 a. m . to St. Joseph's church. Interment Resurrection eenv etery. Information, Summit 136 or 317, SOUTH SIDE CHAPEL BSD AND HARVARtVAVENt'E rilONE WENT WORTH 0025. nop ANBerth Florence. 3 p m in church ' v, and John Henderson, 213 S GROUNDS Joseph C. MCTSCH Mary. 2 p. m. at chapel. THURSDAY. ANGELICA George 9:30 a. m. In church MORRISSY Marie M. 9.30 a. m. In church. SERVICES TO BE ARRANGED. CARSON Andrew. MEYERS Ella. MILLER Treva A. NORTH SIDE CHAPEL 5501 NORTH ASHLAND-AVENVE. PHONE LONGBEACK 264. WEDNESDAY. ERICKSON Dr. Andiew J. 3 p m. at chapel THURSDAY. ABB ATE Nancy. 10 a m In church andersen Gerna r. .p m . cn. pr . . F.lwvn R Shaw chart-' taking good care of their diplo- . n , , D CARMAN Clinton M. Sp m. at chapel. "1lal JUiie? r.iwjn I. ana, cnaifc , . Of QIC Hanks KciOUTCfS SHAIN-Linian l. 2 p m. at chapei , inc him with illegal possession of; mats in America, our boys are being ncjourccj FfMDAY GOODMAN Lawren. BEVERLY CHAFEL 2121 WEST P5TH-STF.F.IT. THONE BEVERLY 312. WEDNESDAY. FRITZENSHAF Ida. 1 1 a. m. at chapel. THURSDAY. LARSEN I-ouls N. 2 P ra. at chapel. last night renewed appeals to Wash- " expansion pro- ington. D. C, for action to Protect-lU dd 2 million large, heaw FILE OPA FRAUD '. clrZd i a telegram sent vy tne orcania- , . - , . - BILL; COPS DENY to Elmer Davis, head of the d thf ma5f d f vv-4 j Lfi-n a nearest comrlelion. Others trhch . . oiiice ot war iniormai ion. it-au. ... . . . GAMING CHARGE "Send short wave message to ZfJZZ'n -m Thomas A. Golden. of 3522 NI". of the boys Jmit iK-rST itiSs Bel. av.. arrested by office of price ho prisoners in Japan w.ll " JZ , l"? administration agents on Julv l?,: r.oyee.11 an tneir goons aner ine ..,,.., Iwas named In a criminal informa- r if they don't stop using our J?: ition niea yesieroay oeiore cnuen , ""t ........ jlS.728 counterfeit red ration stamps killed. Use any other appeal for, PaSS 3 Billion On June 30 1 p m. at chapei. and with the illegal transfer of them to stop using our prisoners T, .B, . Unr,r. IsrceH Lie... rente" i Total requires of th 4C I'.linO!, 5.000 stamps OPA agents said they obtained in state banks were S.5.fnt,rm.li0 on Ulrt axcnis sum tney ooiHinro in- I t,, in t-, . , , . , i:z:iz:r'zr,T.f 2 FOOD -dealers xzZ?j;z counterfoil ration stamps In his al- re -nw,AA.ri I-- . ' " v ; w m w f r leged gambling place at 1S26 Irvingl t liXtsU $4,ODU tVJK I'arK ra.. went mere, ana contaciea; 5iT9V.i23.TR2 in 4F5 banks at the? iprecedinc call March 20. Deposits l p. m. at chapel. LAIN & SON SKEELES 8 IDOL! AIR CONDITIONED COLONIAL CHAPEL 7S3" COTTAGE GROVK. RADCLIFFB 022U JOHNCARROLL SONS "HO; ' C FOR FUNERALS" ERIK AT WABASH. Will. HOBO 4S42 N JtAVENSWOOD. LON. 030S. e- w www w w WT - - . - l 1 . , n A . him. Capt. Herbert II. Burns of the fKIt. VIUL.AI UV,L"la' , 8.sam." t-: LfZ UnviramlHnTadt0?hadt!f '0 ZTZ' lTr 1119 Cl I I. J umoill llir aiaiiua, 111 1 T? Qhas arwfiivict t sa- f nrtH r)AalAr agents reported, when he was ar- e Josoph E. Dieling. 1700 W. rested and his cache of counterfeit . , . jju, i ii-,i .t ,9 st- ea peddler. $1.42j.81., H. JORDAN & CO. FUNERAL HOME 300 K. ERIE I dices C of Michigan 90 YEARS SERVICF SUP. 7709 -CEMETERIES- ROSEHILL CEMETERY CHOSEN by Peopla in Every Walk cf Life as the Ideal Resting Place Surrounded by Feace, Beauty, end Security LOTS OF AI L SIZFS TERMS IF DESIRED. 5800 RAVENSWOOD-AV. Longbeach 5940 CHOICE 4-Erave int. Woodlawn: perpetual care: Blrchwood section; $15 cash. BITTERSWEET 77 00. ROOM 40S. CHOICF, 16 rrave; near east entrance. Acacia: aacrlhce. Becker. Bit. 7384. MONUMENTS AND MAUSOLEUMS CEMTTFRT MARKERS. MONUMENTS AT Savings Sears. Rrehuei Co. Staa-at. Basement, .lao at Uini Fata and Clcero-a. UNGUemiNE ro SON mJ A REAL BURN REMEDY! twllwvaa pailn ...flghta Infection ... premwrat hooting. At II afevf atvroa. &. A N.i.a Investors' Guide WtdnwtJay, Aug. 1, 1945 ICiprlEhl, 194S: Br The Oucato Tritonel LAMP PATENT AGREEMENT I understand a new electric lamp J and the H. & M. Provision Co, 310 N. Green st pork products proces-1 sors. $9:4.56. Complaints were filed j by the area office of price admin-; ist ration. ; An order suspending J. L. Knight, j operator of Judd's market. 1-151 E. 6V?.d St.. from dealing in rationed foods for five months because of ra- i tion bank overdrafts, was entered Patent agreement ha been made by by Kenneth Lemmer. chief hearing General Klectric company and Wet-commissioner of the OPA. inghouse Electric corporation. Vhat det tils are available? C A. lAnvERTisMENTi ; a now patent agreement between Amaiing New Treatment for Cereral Electric and Westinghouse, a f R 0 FX cf R If .which becomes effective today, re- 1 I 1 B irl LA U - 1311 na lifn arrangement W H k f Q irli W B U under which the two companies have manufactured e!ectric larrpa since 1312. Under the new contract each ccaa new miracle IU5COVERY row 3oe pany grants the othei a simple r.on- a ay with lotnaoh a-id aina. conetant 1: ,, ,. bel. hinj. gastric d;turbanre .tne to hi-r- eClUSle Lcense Coenr.S all it! tXr lOity. i...n tatificr another iav. ret south.. iSting lamp patents and patent t; tni.- atifvinr relief with palatable, quii-lc ! ,. , , . , 'nnr i kmi in tablets. ft.f 10 t .ke plications. It provides for no royal j.-t. like rmu.-,o: The new womier m-.!..ii. tv favments and rlaces no restrio lor Mimia. h ulcer pnuiK. AluiiiniiiraH'ilnn- . - . ,de i the a- tive tnitmiieni m i-EMUN tah lions on quantities f LET" ami uI be an.l w.-r,iHi , nhir-h mav- h rrnrf.ieeet nr everywhere tor relievinjr an.1 he.hne atom j lamPs wnicn IJ18J Ce prOdUCCa or s.-h pin due to h iera. i.htv. ci a'prices at which they may be sold- tnal bottle today. They mut relier. nor.. : T mjx-mnrm lirenset wra e-rnt4 a.-h a-in r.m. at .... - a oiR MOM Y I so aaxance licenses are grante rHEFKH arrrvprp. Ton Mjhv the new agreement en futuep ! 1V you aia-i1 Hkint rrVtllN TAP-', ' ,, lets. At an stinewav prig T0Rr.s. lamp r'ents. I AGONY! ,sa -sSM. m iiti i r ,i'ifir ifNfiiii r f si i i"

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