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CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE. Saturday. March 24. 1951 Part3 Pgt4 F BRITISH COUPLES RUSH WEDDINGS SAVES140 TAX Nuptials Every Half Hour in Some Churches tmcmr Triku Fran Set-He!. LONDON, March 23 Thousand of British co'iples are donning their Easter finery and, disregarding the continuous fail of rain, are marrying now to save $140. The rush to the altar is expected to last until April 4, the end of Britain's financial year. If couples marry before this date they can claim a marriage allowance rebate on Income tax for the whole year a saving of up tp $140. It's Favorite Season The wedding bells ring out longest about this time any year. However, because Easter arrives before April, more Britons than usual will marry today, tomorrow and Monday. "Couples like to take the Easter week-end for their honeymoon," said a London vicar. Churches and register offices reported their biggest ever "beat the income tax" wedding rush. Bristol, in Gloucestershire, will have a record Easter wedding parade with TOO marriages sched uled. Birmingham churches will have 140 marriages tomorrow and about the same number on Easter Monday and Tuesday. Wedding Every Half Hour Newcastle's register office reports it will marry 57 couples tomorrow and at some churches in the district weddings will take place every half hour. At Glasgow, church and register office officials report the rush to marry the greatest in memory. "We just can't take any more," a register said. The manager of a Glasgow jewelry store said: " We had a queue for wedding rings." One Glasgow hotel has five wedding receptions arranged for next Friday and hopes " to fit them in somehow." SLATE SERVICES FOR 2 STUDENTS KILLED IN PLANE Services for Robert Bcaudry, 23, of 5238 Barry aw, one of four students of Georgetown university, Washington, who were killed Wednesday while flying here for Easter, will be at 11 a. m. Monday in St. Ferdinand's church, with burial in Calvary cemetery. He was a graduate of John Carroll university, Cleveland, and a law student at Georgetown. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Agnes Bren-rtan. and a sister, Mrs. Virginia rhillips. Services for B. J. rhoenix. 22. of 5314 Lakewood av.. killed in the same crash, will be at 11 a. m. Tuesday in St-Ita's church. He was the son of the late Henry L. Phoenix, attorney who died in 1949. Surviving are his mother, Agnes, and two sisters, Margaret and Sheila. The four were in a private plane which fell near Mt. Tleasant, Pa. ROBBED, BOUND BY KIDNAPERS; LEFT ON LAWN Emmet Werner. 40, of 301 W. 25th St., a postoffice dispatcher, was kidnaped last night by three Negro bandits who entered his automobile when he stopped for a traffic signal at 23th st. and Indiana av. After taking his wallet and $27. the bandits taped his mouth shut, removed his shoes, trussed his arms and legs behind his back with a skid chain, and put him out on a lawn at 9300 Indiana av. where he lay for an hour, exposed to 27 degree cold, until he loosened his bonds and crawled onto a porch at the home of Policeman Herbert Brown, at 9300 Indiana av. DR. EDMUND DAY, 67, EX-PRESIDENT OF CORNELL, DIES Ithaca, N. Y March 23 (VP) Dr. Edmund Ezra Day. former president of Cornell university, died of a heart attack today as he was driving his automobile. Dr. Day, 67. was driving thru Ithaca with a daughter. Miss Betty Day, when he was stricken. Miss Day stopped the car without accident. Dr. Day. Cornell's fifth president from 1937 until 1949, served as the university's first chancellor after he resigned as president Jan. 31. 1930. Steal Fishing Equipment and Case of Champagne William Carron. 44, of 222 E. Pearson St., a manufacturers representative and fisherman, told police that burglars yesterday stole all his fishing equipment from his basement, including an outboard motor, three tackle boxes, rods, rcils, two cases of whisky and a case of champagne, valued at more than $1,000. Carron said the thieves left his fishing boat. 2 Killed and 4 Injured in Cafe, Gas Station Blast Chester, Neb., March 23 (JP) Two persons were killed and at least four were injured today in an explosion and fire w hich demolished a cafe and filling station at the edge of Chester. Cause of the blast is undetermined. The victims were the small son of Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Roop. Chester; and Betty Mathiesen, 14, cafe employe. GASOLINE ALLEY I ff VUI A...!llil..M With that new You'll lookverv 1 1 a,s .faHfcra rig J your job is to J sandwiches are abuy- Si i?fH unifSrS V Hke thaSg Jell unches.jl Ae?r ' BREHDA STARR tM! I NOT AFTER WHAT V -J I....AND FORGOTTEN "MEANWHILE r ua tuat'? I y "SNl " HAPPENED. SHARON, ) FOR THEV MY AGONIES;. 1 KELLY WON'T WHAT HE" WHERE ARE Y5p TO WORK. l WHERE IS YOUR AKE OF" MY NOW THAT I V BE IN TODAY. 1 I GETS FOR' YOU GOING? Myy'HKE' ELSE?) f YLPRIDE? SISTERS,I HAVE THE POSITION I HAS A 8AD J KISSING 'TN 0H$Qf fer J WSTsMllV SWALLOWED AT THE FLASH J CASE OF SINUS. VAN AGONY! iM5A r IV MY PRIDE.-, y DOES NOT IN- wTJ IS &P 2J i fifta- t43L -l clude you mMymi- -"" (HW- I ,-y : ms J fA S1 and-iva.iu Wc-wi l .rv (l iMK mkM P &Mk ' I H IT W -TO WORK. THE 4 fef ' 'Sfirl ' ' Kill A mtmmwhk OBITUARIES Col. Harry A. Montgomery Military services for Col. Harry A. Montgomery, 53, of 3202 Lake Shore dr., vice president and chief engineer of the Material Service corporation, who aled Thursday in St. Luke's hospital, will be held today at Fort Sheridan following services at 3 p. m. In the chapel at 2701 N. Clark st. Col. Montgom ery was graduated from West Point in 1918 and served in both World Wars. He retired in 1947 and joined Material Service. Surviving are his widow, Mary Elizabeth; two sons, Capt. Robert Montgomery and Richard, and a daughter, Peggy C. Mrs. Sadie Hall Smith Mrs. Sadie Hall Smith, 79, formerly of 40 E. Oak st., died yesterday in a convalescent home. She was the widow of Lloyd J. Smith, a former vice president of the Chicago Board of Trade and chairman of the Cook county Republican Central committee. Mrs. Smith was a former Chicago school teacher. Se had been active in Republican politics and charitable and civic activities. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Loyda S. Shaw, and a granddaughter. Services will be at 3 p. m. Monday in the chapel at 5501 N. Ashland av. MIsf Margaret Huleatte Services for Miss Margaret Huleatte, 6220 Kimbark av., retired Chicago school teacher, will be at 9:30 a. m. Monday in St. Clara's Catholic church. Miss Huleatte died Thursday in St. Luke's hopital. She had been a teacher 40 years, and retired in 1933 from the Wadsworth Elementary school. She leaves three sisters. Rebecca, Mrs. Mary Brereton, and Mrs. Sophie Goodman. Richard L Kenney The funeral 6f Richard E. Kenney, 5638 N. Richmond St., a retired real estate broker, will be held at 10 a. m. Monday in St. Hilary's church. Mr. Kenney, a life long Chicago resident, died Wednesday in his home. He was a founder of the Ravenswood American Legion post and a charter member of lodge 1666 of B. P. O. E. His widow, Marjorie, survives. Miss Esther Renshaw Private services for Miss Esther Renshaw, 90, of 233 Goethe St., a retired school teacher, will be held Monday at 9:30 a. m. in Immaculate Conception church, 1413 N. Park av. Burial will be in Calvary cemetery. Miss Renshaw last taught at Franklin Elementary school. She died Thursday. A sister, Nellie, who resided with her survives. Dr. John J. Fudema Services for Dr. John J. Fudema, 61, of 6329 Leggett ay., physician who died Thursday, will be at 10 a. m. Monday in Holy Innocents church. Dr. Fudema had offices at 811 N. Ashland av. and was a member of the St. Elizabeth's hospital staff. Surviving are the widow, Marie; a son. John Jr., and two daughters, Helen and Ger-aldine. W. Tyrrell Sullivan W. Tyrrell Sullivan, 66. of 620S N. Claremont av., a structural engineer for the sanitary district, died yesterday in Ravenswood hospital. He had been with the district 18 years and previously was with the American Bridge company. He leaves the widow, Margaret, and a daughter, Rosemary. Services will be at 10 a. m. Monday at St. Gertrude's church. Call this new Tribune number Jar FT JL vr AW Specially installed for faster service On want ads and related business WieM 4rQ4Q9 To place a want ad, or to inquire about want ad credit, billing or any other want ad business, use the Chicago Tribune's new, direct wire want ad telephone number WHitehal! 4-0400. Harvey Fox Harvey Fox, 418 Hamilton Et., Evanston, Chicago manager of American White Cross Laborator- ites, Inc., died yesterday in his home. Mr. Fox, a Chicago resident since 1S80, was past chair- man of the round table of the Chicago Rotary club and a mem ber of the Chicago Drug and Chemical club. He leaves the widow, Leila; a daughter, Mrs. Jean Lewis; a son, Bonham M., Chicago district sales manager of American Airlines, and four grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p. m. today in Oakwoods cemetery chapel. Mrs. Emily Baker Mrs. Emily Baker, 90, died yesterday in the home of a daughter, Mrs. Pearl Clark, 324 Sheridan pi., Lake Bluff. Mrs. Baker was the widow of Piatt Spencer Baker, retired insurance broker who died in 1937. She moved five months ago to the daughter's home from Evanston, where she had lived 25 years. The daughter is the only immediate survivor. Services will be held at 11 a. m. Monday in the chapel at 408 N. Sheridan rd., Waukegan. Mrs. Florence L. Eldridge Los Angeles, March 23 (VP) Florence Lawrence Eldridge, who claimed to have pioneered the motion picture column, died today. Her age was a secret, but she had been in the newspaper business more than 50 years. She was drama editor of the Los Angeles Examiner for many years. Her first husband Siedel Lawrence, died in 1932, and she married the Examiner's managing editor, the late Frederick W. Eldridge. She retired in 1944. Julius V. Weiss Services for Julius V. Weiss, 63, of 5485 Hyde Park av., senior partner in the accounting firm of Weiss & Cottle, will be at 10:15 a. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 936 E. 47th st. Mr. Weiss, n Chicago accountant almost 40 years, died Thursday. He was a member of the American Society of Certified Public Accountants, the Illinois Society of CPAs, and the Standard club. He leaves his widow, Luise; a son, Julius Jr., and a daughter, Mary Louise. James H. Eldredge James H. Eldredge, 62, of 800 Walden rd., Winnetka, died of a heart attack Wednesday while va cationing in Phoenix, Ariz., friends learned yesterday. Mr. Eldredge was with Johnson and Higgins, insurance brokers, at 231. S. La Salle st. Surviving are the widow, Ruth; a son, James H. Jr., and a daughter, Mrs. Sally G. Lafson. Harry Morris The funeral of Harry Morris, 77, of 852 Junior ter., who died Thursday in his home, will be at 11 a. m. Monday in the chapel at 5501 N. Ashland av. Mr. Morris was a founder of the wholesale and importing firm of Morris, Mann & Reilly and had been connected with it more than 50 years. The widow, Iva, survives. -FUNERAL DIRECTORS- LAIN & SON Funeral Information SOUTH CHAPEL 316 W. 63D-ST. PHONE: WEntwortb 6-0023 SATURDAY MrtSTTAD Hurry J. - lp, Ml RRAY LucttU M. 11a. REYNOLDS Irfn E. 3p vakmiwipi ms .Theodore C. 1 p. m. In church. SITNTJAV TFT Irvine J. At chaoel WOOD WORTH Elvi L. 3 p MONDAY BROOKS Amelia. 3 p, KLEIN Minnie. . 1 i. m. at chapel. . m. at chapel. . m. at chapel. I Until 10 p. ra. . m. at chapel. p. m. et chape', p. m. at chapel. NORTH CHAPEL 5501 N. ASHLAND-AV. PHONE: LOngbeach 1-2646 SATURDAY COFFET Albert I. Jr. 1 p. m. at chapel. COOK Flora B. At chapel until 12 noon. KELLKR Louite. 3 p. m. at Graceland chapel. M '.HI Donald J. 3:45 p. m. at chapel. SCHAI FER Lenora L. 2 p. m. at chapel. W 1D.MAILK Erneit. 3 p. m. at chapel. corns Alexander D. risrtiF.R louim j. LOADKLL Joseph. MORRIS Harry. NAVGHTON John J. srHl'MACHER Helen A. SMITU Sadie H. 1 2 noon at charjl. 10 a. m. In church. 2 p. m. at chapel. 11 a. m. at chapel. 10:30 a. m. Jn church. 1 p. m. at chapel. 3 p. m. at chapel, SOUTHWEST CHAPEL 2121 W. 85TH-ST. PHONE: BEverly 8-2162 SATURDAY r.ROSH Emma M. 2p.ni. at chapel. MINSO.N Anna E. 3 p. m. at chapel, LAIN & SON PARIS ASSEMBLY COMPLETES NEW ELECTION LAW PARIS, March 23 (JP) The national assembly tonight finished writing a new election law designed to cut communist strength in the French parliament at elections this year. The bill provides generally for a majority system to replace most of the proportional representation system that ruled the 1946 election in which the Communists got 186 of the 621 seats to become the largest party in the present assembly. By derianding a roll-call vote today, the Communists delayed the bill's passage until April 5. In most districts under the proposed system, if any one party gets 50 per cent of the votes, all its candidates will be elected. If an alliance of two parties gets 50 per cent, seats will be divided proportionately. Should no party or alliance get half the votes, the seats will be distributed in proportion to each party's votes. SCIENTIFIC HOBO IS GROUNDED BY COURT'S ORDER Omaha, March 23 (P) Myron H. Wabyick, 34, a self-styled "scientific hobo," was grounded today by a police judge after being found atop a coach of a 100 mile an hour streamliner. "I'm no ordinary traveler," Wabyick told the court. "I do it scientifically. Frate trains are too slow." The judge expressed amazement that Wabyiek could expect to hang on to the top of a coach at a speed of 100 miles an hour. "I'm a graduate of the University of Illinois," Wabyick explained. " I'm no dummy. I have it all worked out. I've studdied rigging. All I do is tie myself on with my belt and a piece of rope, put my suitcase in front of me for a windbreak, and let her go." -IN MEMORIAM- C. H. Jordan & Co. Funeral Director!. Chicago and Suburb. FOR 97 YEARS 300 S. Erle-ft. SUptrlor 7-7709. -CEMETERiES- 4 GRAVE let In beautiful Garden pf Palo Bllla Memorial: e $50-170, jet chooaa location. SEverly 6-6 9 08. BLOOMFIELD Arthur A. Bloomlleld. In memory ot Dad. WIFE AND CHILDREN. BROOKS Aloyslus Brooks. In loving memory ot ray ton. Your loving (ace and cheerful wajt, you live with ua all the time. Al dear. MOTHER. BIBERT August Bubert, March 24. 1949, On earth he did his noble best, Grant him. Lord, heavenly rest. TH12 FAMILY. CORSON Jerome S. Corson. In loring mem ory oi our nusband and lather, who passed away one year ago today. WIFE. DAUGHTER. AND SON. KOHN Pvt. Harvey Kohn. U. S. A. In loving memory ot our dear ion, March 24, ES 1943. Daily thought! and silent sorrow. LONESOME MOTHER AND DAD. KOHN Pvt. Harvey Kohn. U. S. A., March gs5 24. 194 3. In cherished memory of 11 one we loved so dearly. THE GREENES. MILLER Mathew Miller. In memory of our dear EUSDana and lather, gone two rears today. LOVING WIFE. CHILDREN. SATIKAS Felix Satlkas. Jn loving memory. We miss you now, our hearts are sore. As time goes by we miss you more; You are not forgotten loved one, Kor will you ever be; As long as life and memory last. We will remember the and there's none as good as you. No one can fill your vacant place. LOVING WIFE AND SON FELIX JR. ZINK Martha Zlnk. In loving memory of my dear sister, who passed away three years ago today. LOVING SISTER, MOLLIE. DEATH NOTICES DEATH NOTICES ANDERSON Charles E. Anderson of 3615 N. Claremont, beloved husband of Elsie, dear brother of Ellen Anderson. . Services Monday, 2 p. m at funeral home, 3301 Fullerton avenue. Interment local cemetery. ANDRAE See Ella Zerfabs notice. BAKER Emily C Baker, formerly of the Or-rlngton hotel, Evanstca, 111.: fond mother of Mr?. C W. Clark. Resting at chapel, 408 N. Sheridan road, Waukegan, III. Services Monday, 11 a. m., at chapel. Burial Mount Greenwood cemetery, Chicago, 111. BARTOLINI Mabel Bartollnl. 1323 S. 49th avenue, beloved wife ot the late Benedetto, dear mother of Romeo, grandmother of Benny. Funeral Monday, 9 a. m., from chapel. 1410 S, 50th avenue, to fit. AN tracta'i church. Interment Mount Carmel. TOwnhall 3-2109. BASE Anna Base, n;e Zelezny, ot 1857 All. port street, loving mother of James, Bessie Base, and Anna Majcln, fond sister of Marie De Lask, Emily Erlckson, and the late Rose Rlha. Funeral Monday, 9 a. m., from chapel, 1345 W. 19th street, to St. Proco-pix- church. Interment St. Adalbert'!. C, &al 6-0915. BEAUDRY Robert J. Beaudry, beloved son of Mrs. Agnes Beaudry Brennan, dear brother of Mrs. Virginia Phillips. . Funeral Monday, ?0:3Q a. m., from chapel, 5911 W. Madison ' reet, at Mason avenue, to St. Ferdinand's church. Interment Calvary cemetery, rstebrook 8-7500. B CERR A Gloria M. De Becerra, wife of Antonio Cruz Becerra. Resting at chapel, 535 E. 63d street. Funeral Saturday, 10 a. m., San Francisco church. Interment El Monte Carmelo, BENDER Gustav A. Bender, beloved husband of Catherine, nee Frote; dear lather of Johanna Walz, grandfather ot Marlenei father-in-law of John Walz. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a. m., from chapel, 4920 Irving Park road, to St. Bartholomew's church. Interment St. Joseph's. Klldare 5-6220. BENSON Arthur J. Benson, Chicago, 111., March 23, 1951, beloved husband of Rose, nee Werner; fond father of Earl, Werner, and Norman. Service at funeral home, 109 N. Cass avenue, Westmont, 111., Sunday, March 25, at 2 p. m. Employe of Pratt , Whitney corporation of Chicago. j BENTSON Charles F. Bentson, beloved hus band of Linda, nee Scherer; father ot Charles, Geraldlne Farrar, and Shirley Hat-zer of Ottawa, 111., son of the late Charles and Catherine, brother of Earl, George, Richard, Arthur, Robert, and Kathleen Gold-rick, grandfather of Robert and William Farrar, Lynda Hatzer, and Dale Bentson, Funeral from chapel, 2429 W. 127th street. Blue Island, Monday, 9:30 a. m., to St. Benedict's church. Interment Holy Sepulchre, BLue Island 14. BIECK Phyllis Bleck, late of 7933 S. Lanr-ley avenue, beloved wife of the late Carl. Funeral at mortuary, 2429 Burr Oak avenue. Blue Island, 111., Saturday, 11 a. m. Interment Mlnonlc, 1U. BLu Island 14. BOWMAN Mrs. William H. Bowman, 6 years, of 438 Arlington place, mother ot Harry Bowman, aunt of Bowman Elder, Miss Alice Barler, Countess D'Adhemar. Mrs. Arthur Sewall, Mrs. Edmond Bouschelle, and Richard Barler. Funeral Saturday, 1 p. m., at St. Chrysostom's church at 1424 N. Dearborn. Interment RosehUL Fleas omit flowers. BRENNAN See Robert J. Beaudry notice. BROOKS Amelia Brooks, Round Lake, 111., March 22, 1951, formerly of 215 E. 77th street, wife of the late John T. Brooks, fond mother of William and John Russell Brooks, grandmother of four grandchildren. At chapel. 316 W. 63d street, at Harvard avenue, where services will be held Monday, March 26, at 2 p. m. Interment Cedar Park- WEntworth 6-0025. Bl'FARALE Josephine Bufarale, nee Fasano, late of 5730 Byron street, beloved wife of Cesidlo, dear mother of Rose Schultz, Joseph, Virginia Balukiewicz, Ann Johnson, and Yolanda Jankuski, grandmother of seven. Funeral Monday, March 26, at 8:30 a. m., from funeral home, 5917 Irving Park road, to St. Pascal's church. Interment Mount Carmel. AVenue 3-3426. BURKE Margaret Burke, nee Neary, of 1520 N. Luna avenue, beloved wife of the late William, fond mother of Charles F.. Raymond AV., and the late Myrtle M. Fallon. Funeral Monday, March 26, 9 a. m., from funeral home, 5350 W. North avenue, to St. Angela's church. Interment Mount Carmel. TUxedo 9-8844. BUSSEY Amelia Buney of 424 S. York street, Elmhurst, 111., dear sister of Emma Brahm. Clara Krom, Louise Kaempfer, and the late Ida Crelghton, Frank, Dan, Ernest, and Richard Schmltt. Resting at chapel, 134 S. York street, Elmhurst, where strv-lces will be held Monday, 1 p. m. Interment Waldheim. CARTO See Jan De Laurentls notice. COLFER James R. Colfer of 11945 S. Eggle-aton avenue, beloved husband of Eleanor, fond father of Michele Marie and Richard Michael, dear brother of Catherine Clark, Marie Murray, Thomas and Stephen Colfer. Funeral from chapel, 304 W. 119th street, to St. Catherine of Genoa church Monday at 10:30 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. COUTTS Alexander B. Coutts, late of 5824 M. Glenwood avenue, March 23, 1951, beloved brother of Mrs. Grayce Coutts Par-nass and the late Kathryn Coutts Almy. At chapel, 5501 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Monday. March 26, at 12 noon. Interment Mount Greenwood. CIIMMINGS See Robert J. Beaudry notice. CZARNIK Sophia Czarnik, beloved wife ef the late William, loving mother ot Anna Schultz, Joseph, Sophia Smith. John, Sister M. Rachael. F. S. O., and the late Victoria Domarad. grandmother ot 15, great-grandmother of six. Funeral Monday at 9:30 a. m. from chapel, 1006 N. Western avenue, to St. Helen's church. Interment St. Adalbert's cemetery. ARmltage 6-3378. DE LACHENTIS Jan D Laurentls, of 1237 S. Fairfield avenue, loving husband of Mamie, nee Carto; dear father of Thomas, Theresa, and Ann, fond brother of John, brother-in-law of Dr. J. Carto. Funeral Monday, 9 a. m., from chapel, 900 S. Sacramento boulevard to Blessed Mother Cabrinl church. Interment Mount Carmel. SAcramen-to 2-4747. DE SANTIS Munzlata De Fantls, late of 2458 W. Grand avenue, beloved wife of Francesco, dear mother of Vlncaza Labagnara, Rose Falduto, Elmer, and Salveno. Funeral Tuesday, 9 a. m., from chapel, 624 N. Western avenue, to Holy Rosary church. Interment Mount Carmel. ARmltage 6-7800. DE VRIES Arthur De Vrles of 10912 Vernon avenue. March 23. 1951. dear husband of Florence E., nee Bader: fond father of Mrs. Dorothy Wlrth of Culver City, Cal.. grandfather of four, brother of Mrs. Florence Maatman and Walter De Vrles. At chapel, 214 E. 115th street. Services Sun-dhy, March 25, 8 p. m. Cremation Mount Hope. EDELSTEIN Harry Edelstein, beloved husband of Vivian, nee Levin; father of Stanley, brother ot Sam Schwartz, Nellie Relss. and the late Chaunder Edelstein, Leo Schwartz, Eugene Edelstein, and Bela Edelstein. Fune.al Monday, March 26, at 11 a. m. at luneral home. 3021 Fullerton avenue. Intcment Waldheim. Late member of William McKlnley lodge, No. 876, A. F, & A. M. ELDREDGE James H. Eldredge. at Phoenix, Ariz., March 21. of 800 Walden road. Winnetka. 111., husband of Ruth F.. father ot James H. Jr., George F., and Mrs. Sally G. Larson. FARLEY James C. Farley, late ot 320 S. Artesian avenue, brother of Mrs. Wlnlirea Jovce. Mrs. Kell Kelly, and Mrs. Eva McCarthy. Funeral from chapel, 624 N. Western avenue. Monday. March 26, at 9 a. m.. to Most Precious Blood church. Member of Bill Posters and Blllers local. No. 1. FERRE John H. Ferre of 1910 Berteau passed away at Ludlngton. Mich., March 22. 1951, beloved husband of Edna Ferre. dear father of Bonnie. Services at funeral home, Scottvllle. Mich., March 24. Interment, Ludlngton. Member Composite lodge, No. 879, A. F. & A. M.; Oriental Consistory, and Medinah Temple. F1EG Joseph F. Fleg of 21 Elmwood avenue. La Grange Park, beloved husband of Ida Irene, nee Homegardner; lather of Joseph I., Francis G., Mary Louise, Charles A.. Martha C, and Louis A. Fleg, uncle of Joseph Sherwin of La Grange Park. Resting at chapel, 40 S. Ashland avenue, La Grange. Funeral Monday. 10 a. m.. to St. Francis Xavler church. La Grange. Interment Queen of Heaven cemetery. FISCHER Louise J. Fischer, 1420 Argyle street. March 22, 1951. beloved wife of Joseph R.. dear sister of Ellen Malvlg of Auburn. Cal., Louis, Edward, and Oliver Page of Eau Claire, Wis., and Katherine Kane of Los Angeles. Cal. Funeral from chapel. J5501 N. Ashland avenue Monday, March i. at 9:30 a. m. to St. Ita's church. Interment St. Boniface's. FITZGERALD Edward J. Fitzgerald, lieutenant of city Are department, beloved husband of Anna, nee Radosevlch; dear lather of Patricia, Mary Ellen, Denlse. and Edward, fond son of Mary, nee O'Keefe. and the late Dennis Fitzgerald, dear brother of Mrs. Catherine Scanlon. Julia, Hannah, and the late Andrew Fitzgerald. Lieutenant ot truck 30, C. F. D. Member of Chicago Firemen's association. Funeral Monday at 9:00 a. m. Irom residence, 10311 Hoxle avenue, to St. Kevin's church. Interment Holy Cross. SOuth Chicago 8-0155. FOX Harvey Fox of 418 Hamilton street, Evanston, husband of Leila C. Fox, father of Mrs. Jean Lewis and Bonham M. Fox, four grandchildren. Service Saturday. 2 p. m. at Oak Woods cemetery chapel. Interment Oak Woods. Resting at chapel, 1460 Sherman' avenue, Evanston, until noon Saturday. ' Ft'DEMA John J. Fudema, M. D., beloved husband ot Marie H., loving father of Helen B., John J. Jr.. and Geraldlne B.. dear son-in-law of Elsa Gureckl. Funeral . Monday, 9:30 a. m.. from parlors, 834-38 N. 'Ashland avenue, to Holy Innocents church. Interment St. Adalbert's. HAymarket 1-5800. FIXLER William H. Fuller. MJrch 23, 1951 6148 S. Moody avenue, beloved husband of Anna B. Fuller, father of WilllMn P. Fuller. Resting at chapel, 415 W. 63d street. Services Monday, 1 p. m. Interment Ever- green. GAITHER Mary Catherine Galther. fond wife ,of George H., daughter of Mae E. and John.N. Francis. Funeral Monday. 9 a.m., ' from mortuary, 1000-1010 E. 79th street, to St. Francis de Paula, burial St. Mary's. GANNON Joseph Cannon of 9019 Cottage Grove avenue, beloved husband of Mary, nee McNulty: dear son of Peter and Catherine Gannon, fond brother of Austin, Helen Gill. Mary Plsano, Peter, Margaret Neggard, George, Michael, Ann, and Patrick Gannon. Native of Lacanvey Westport, County Mayo, Ireland. Funeral Monday. 9 a. m., from chapel, 9108 Cottage Grove avenue, to St. Joachim's church. Interment St. Mary's. OAPEN Mary Gnpen, nee Ho"', late of 4105 N. Melvlna avenue, beloved wife o! Joseph, dear mother of Sister Mary Paul order of the Holy Family of Nazareth), Leo, Elsie. Michael, Harriet. Edward. Rose Mary, Raymond, and Jean, grandmother of 12, great grandmother of one. Resting at chapel, Friday morning, 10 a. m. Funeral Monday. March 26, 9 a. m from funeral home. 5917 Irving Park road, to St. Pascal's church. Interment St. Adalbert's. Please omit flowers, AVenue 3-3426, OAWRON Frank Gawron. late of 2300 W. 21st street, beloved husband of Julia, nee Chmlel: fond father of Louis, and the late Corp. Bruno. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a. m., from funeral parlor, 1701 W. 18th placer to St. Anne's church. Interment Resurrection cemetery, CAnal 6-1133. GENTILUOMO Anthony J. Gentlluomo, March 20, 1951, late of 4332 Amelia avenue, Lyons, husband of Maddalena, father ot Anna Vrana, Jane K.. Nlckolls J., and Joseph J., brother of Lillian Feppito, Raph ael Norton. JoseDhlne Gehrke. Sardo, Louis, and Joseph. Funeral Monday, March 26, at 9:30 a. m., from funeral home, 4039 Jollet avenue, Lyons, to St Hugh's church. LYons 3-2073. GROSH Emma M. Grosh, 163T W. 77th street, March 22. 1951, beloved wife of Frank M. Grosh. lond motner oi iviri. Frnnrea Srhranz and Wesley A. Grosh, grandmother of, Dorothy Schranz and Nancy Grosh, sister of Mrs. Mary Falrbaim of Kankakee, 111. and Mrs. John Milne ot Forest Hill. N. Y. At Chapel. 2121 W 95th street, where services will be held Saturday. March 24. at 2 P. m. Inter ment Cedar Park. Member of Maplt chap ter. No. 90, O. E. S. GRUONER Rachel E. Gruoner. 1045 S. Grove avenue. Oak Paik. beloved wife of the late Gustav, lond mother of Grace Hamel and Earl W. Services Monday. March 26, 1:30 p. m at funeral home, 6901-03 Roosevelt road, corner of Kenllworth avenue. Inter ment Evergreen Park cemetery. Services by Circle chapter. No. 688, O. E. S. STanley g-0904. GCMLER George Gumler. beloved husband of Agatha, nee Jacobs; fond father of Josephine Hertleln, Madeline Haberkorn, Agnes, tne Rev. John J.. C. Ss. R., Joseph, Albert, Alex, and Paul, grandfather of eight. Funeral Monday. March 26. 8:30 a. m.. from chapel. 2859 N. Southport avenue, to St. Benedict's church. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery, GUNDEBSEN Fred Gust Gundersen, beloved husband of Margaret, nee Heerlng; dear father oi Fred Jr., Marilyn, and Doris; dear grandfather of Perry Gundersen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gundersen, brother of Carolyn Johnson. Norrls, Ruth Ozlen, Rose Lange, and Florence Fetrldge. Services at chapel, 3234 W. North avenue, Monday, March 26, at 1:30 p. m. Cremation, Acacia Park cemetery. Please omit flowers. Mem ber o! division No. 241, A. A. of St. A t Ry.. M. C. E. of A. BAMMEL Sam H. Hamroel of 5452 Cor nell avenue, beloved husband of Almee F, Hammel, loving father of Joseph F. Ham-mel, fond grandfather of Prudence Jo end April Lynn Hammel, dear brother of Roy J. Hammel. the late Estelle Wlrth. Gertrude Sadek, Leopold, Clara Blilsteln, Cells Levy and Walter F. Hammel. Funeral Monday, March 26. 11:30 a. m.. at chapel, 936 E, 4 7 th street. Interment Rosehill cemetery, HANXAFEL Helena Hannapel. late of 5803 S. Carpenter street, fond wife ot the late Casper, loving mother of Gertrude May, Theresa Falkenthal, Elizabeth Goff, Helen Ka- lish, Martin, and the late August. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a. m., from chapel, 7013 S. Racine avenue, to Visitation church. In terment St. Mary's. STewart 3-0460. REALY See Ann Morettl notice. HOIJER John Oscar Holjer, late of Los Angeles, Cal., dear father of Harry, Mrs. Ann Johnson, and Gordon Holier, loving grandfather of 13. Resting at chapel, 4821 N. Damen avenue, after Saturday noon, until service at 3 p. m. Interment Irving rars; cemetery. BOMANN Inger Homann of 567 Provident avenue, Winnetka. wife ot the late Charles E. Homann, mother of Mrs. Grace Arm strong, Mrs. Augusta Armstrong, Charles N., Frederick H., and Robert W. Homann, grandmother of Frederick William. Barbara Jean, and Charlene Marie Homann, sister ot Mrs, Dagny Lien, HJalmar, Norman, oarneia, ana tne late Haroia ciemeuen. Resting at luneral home. Linden avenue and Tower road, Hubbard Woods, lrom Saturday until Monday noon. Services Monday, March 26, 3 p. m.. at St. John's Lutheran church. Wllmette and Park avenue, Wllmette. Inter ment Memorial ram. HOWELKE Emll B. Howelke of 5947 W. Race avenue, beloved husband ot the late Antoinette, dear lather of Emma Goelden and Marcel l Racht. At luneral home. N, Austin boulevard, at Lake street. Funeral Monday, 10 a. m.. at St. Lucy's cnurcn. interment st. Adalbert s cemetery, COlumbus 1-3203. HULEATTE Margaret E. Huleatte. suddenly, beloved daughter of the late George and Delia Huleatte, fond sister of Mrs. Mary Breieton, Mrs. Sophie Goodman, Rebecca, and the late Walter Huleatte, dear aunt of Mrs. Kena parlon. Mrs, Ina Van Valen, and Joseph M. Goodman. Funeral Mondav 9 a. m., from parlors. 67th street and Dorchester avenue, to St. Clara s church. Interment Mount Olivet. JOHNSON William P. Johnson. March 22 1951, dear brother ot John Larson of New York, also survived by mother, one sister. and one brother In Sweden. Funeral Satur day, 3 j. m.. at chapel, 5149-51 N. Ashland avenue, at Foster, to Graceland. Member of North Shore post. No. 21, American Legion. Lungoeaca i-oii i. IOHNSTON Fred H. Jonnston of 5000 East End avenue, beloved husband of Jessie, fond father of Fred H. Jr., brother of Ernest and George Johnston. Services Saturday, 2 p. m. at chapel, 5203 Lake Park avenue. Inter ment private. Member of Oriental consistory ana Aieainan snnne. niae rant 3-0013. JOHNSTON Raymond S. Johnston of 313 S, Oakland avecu, Villa Park, beloved hus band of Florence Powell Johnston, fond lather of Robert Craig and Raymond S., brother of Theodore M. Johnston and Jessie DeLano. grandfather of David Craig Johnston. Service Monday, 2 p. m.. at parlors, 305 S. Princeton avenue. Villa Park. Interment Arlington cemetery. f ORGENSEN Jacob Jorgensen. March 22. 1951, beloved husband of Bertha, fond father of Geore, Edgar, Evelyn Tomlin, and the late Chrlit and Walter, eight grand children, nine great-grandchllaren. Services Saturday, 3 p. m., at chapel, 4325 Arml-tage avenue. Interment Mount OUve. Mem ber of Danish Brotherhood, No. 18, and Woodcarvers union. KASR Ocelia Kdsh, beloved wife et Anthony. dearest mother of Mary .slacks. Cecelia Krueger, Leonard, Louis, William, Eleanor tsposito, Raymond, and Roman. Funeral Monday at 9:30 a. ra. frcm Chanel. 6325 Fullerton avenue, to St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr church. Interment St. Adalbert's KAUFMAN Louis Kaufman, In Florida, be loved nusDana oi Helen, nee siioerman: dear brother of Mrs. Stella Mandel and J. Sylvan Kaufman. Funeral Monday, March 26, at 10 a. m., at chapel, 936 E. 47th street. Please omit flowers. KEANE Margaret Keane, nee Charles, late of 8833 S. Carpenter street, beloved wife of John A,, loving mother of John C. and Marjorie Olson, fond sister of Mary Charles, Crls Charles, and Lou McGregor. Funeral Monday, 9 a. m., from funeral home. Hal-sted at 76th street, to St. Klltan's church. Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery, STewart 3-7700. KEITH William M. Keith, late residence, 1774 Stockton avenue, Del Plalnea. 111., fond father of Thelma L. Pfeiffer of Chicago, Pearl Evett of Des Plalnes. Chloe Keith Trammel! of Coral Gables, Fla., brother of Colonel John, and Jess Keith, grandfather of Dolores L. Pozen. and Keith Marshall Evett. Services Monday. March 26, at 1:30 P. m. at funeral home. 6754 Northwest highway. Interment Woodlawn cemetery. Life member of Chattanooga lodge. No. 199, A. F. A A. M.; Association of Bridge. Structural and Ornamental Iron Workers union. Local No. 1. A. F. of L. KELLF.I1ER See Eugenie McAullffe notice. KELLER Louisa M. Keller of 606 Stratford place. March 22, 1951. beloved sister of the late Philip F. Keller, fond sister-in-law of Gertrude R. Keller, dear aunt of Philip, Donald, and Joanne Keller. At chapel, 5501 N. Ashland avenue, until 12 noon Saturday, March 24. Services 3 p. m. Saturday at Graceland cemetery chapel. Pleas omit flowers. KELLER Walter C. Keller of 416H S. Villa avenue. Villa Park. 111., husband of Alma, father of Helen Gilbert. Walter and Oscar Keller, and Gerhard Ebert. Resting at chapel, 134 S. York street. Elmhurst. where Masonic services will be held Monday, 11 a. m. Interment Elm Lawn. KENNEY Richard E. Kenney. beloved husband of Marjorie, nee Gallagher. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a. m., from chapel, 6690 N. Lincoln avenue, to St. Hilary's church. Interment Calvary. KERN Albert Kern of 5438 Hyde Park blv.1., beloved husband ot Evelyn, nee Pokrass; loving father ot Norman, Albert Jr., and Marl. Funeral services at the convenience of the family Resting at chapel, 936 E. 47th street, until Monday noon. Please omit flowers. KLEIN Minnie Klein, 7408 Dorchester avenue, March 22, 1951, fond sister of John, Walter, and Charles Klein. At chapel, 316 W. 63d street at Harvard avenue, where services will be held Monday, March 26, at 1 p. ra. Interment Waldheim, KOBAR Anna V. Kobar, loving mother of Delores Lundgren, devoted sister of Axel j Nelson. Resting at chapel, 851 X. 75th street. Services Monday, March 2 8 , at 1 p. m. KOCH Irene P. Koch, nee Osborne; beloved wW of Charles M., loving mother of Michael and Charles, fond sister of Clara Thomson, Helen Durson, Estelle Harrlgan, Genevieve Moore, Martha Osborne, Frank Orpe. Walter Orpe, and Jane Haas. Funeral Monday, at 9: SO a. m., from fune-al home, 6216 N. Clark street, to St. Gregory's church, to fit. Boniface's cemetery, KODI5 Mary Kodls, nee Jankauskas ot 8034 S. Union avenue, beloved wlf of th late Carl, dear mother of Edward, George. Ber-nice Delkus, and Alice Tlrrlto, seven grandchildren, fond alster of Veronica Tublelewlcg and Alex Jankauskas. Funeral Monday, Marcb 26. at 6:30 a. tr tram chapel. 3307 Utuanlca avenue, to St. George's - church. Interment St. Caalmlr's. YArda 7-4808. . KOLNIAK Mary Ann Kolnlak, tie Bar-tuslak, beloved wife of Frank, dear mother ot Anna and Albert, dear mother-in-law of Joseph Marszalek, beloved daughter of Mrs. Anna Bartuslak, dear sister of Martin, Joseph John, Stanley, Florence, and Jacob, dear godchild of Agatha Putlak, dear niece of Joseph Jedlowski. Funeral 9:30 a. tn. Monday, March 26, from chapel, 3756 S. Paulina street, to SS. Peter and Paul church. Interment Resurrection cemetery. LAfayett 3-0829. KOPF Ida M. Kopf. wife of Charles F.. mother of Mrs. Maude Furbeck and Charles M. Kopf, sister of Harriett E. and George T. Peck. Services Saturday, 1:30 p. tn.. at chapel, 720 Lake street. Oak Park, 111. Interment Mount Greenwood. Pleas omit flowers. KOSINSKI Victoria Koslnsk), beloved wife of Ignatius, fond mother of Agnes DIPIero and Stanley, mother-in-law ot Sam DePlera and Betty, dear alster of Josephine Kochan, Funeral Monday, 9:30 a. m., from chapel, 3601 Dlversey, to St. Hyacinth's church. Interment St. Adalbert's. ALbany 2-6424. KOWALIK Andrew Kowallk, Silver Lake, Wis., March 23, 68 years of age, beloved husband of Margaret, father of Loretta Hovorka and William Kowallk. both ot Sliver Lake. Funeral Monday, March 26, at 8:30 a, m., from ScAuett funeral home, Burlington, Wis. Mass 9 a. m. Holy Nam church, Wilmot, Wis. Interment church cemetery. ( In state after 1 p. m. Saturday. KREU8ER John Andrew Kreuser, beloved husband of Irene, nee Mudlaff; son of Mrs. Joseph R. Kreuser, fond brother of Joseph - r., Ricnard J., otneiia Eaeioiut, Anne Kaiser, and James S. Funeral from chapel, 3301 W. Fullerton avenue, Tuesday, March 27, to St. Ferdinand's church. Time announced later. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery. KTJS Mary Mlkos Kus, beloved mother ot John, Bessl Gottfried, Lillian Stanwlck, and Mary Hicks. Funeral Monday, 8:30 a. m., from chapel, 2325 S. California avenue, to St. Caslmlr's church. Interment Resurrection. Bishop 7-6123. LEARN Ella May Learn, 6947 Cornell avenue, March 23, 1951, wife of the lata John B. Learn, loving mother of Mazle I. and John E. Learn, alster of Mazle Austin. Service Monday. March 26, at Dunn funeral home, Des Moines, la. Interment Glendale cemetery. WEntworth 6-0025. LOADELL Joseph Loadell, March 23. 1951. beloved husband of Emma Loadell. At chapel, 5501 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Monday, March 26, at 2 P. m. Interment living Park. MALY Emma Maly. nee Soukup,' of 2639 W. 21st street, beloved mother of Edward and James, dear sister of Bob and Joseph Soukup, Ella Trucksa, Bessie Ellfka, Llbby Vlstlne, and Mildred Slegler. fond grandmother of Lillian. Mildred, and Diane. Service Saturday. 1:30 p. m.. at chapel, 2654 W. 21st street. Interment Bohemian National. Bishop 7-7240. - MANN George E. Mann, formerly of Chicago, at New Lenox. 111., beloved husband ol Beatrice, loving father ol Mrs. Irene Peter son, waiter c. Mrs. Gladys L. Banks. Mrs, Viola Flanagan, and the late 'Mrs. Florence Sands, fond grandfather of eight, devoted brother of Mrs. Lydla Alice Phillips, Mrs Edith Splnks of London, England, and Stanley. Resting at chapel, 2324 W. 111th street, service Monday, March 26, at p. m. Interment Cedar Fark. Me AULIFFE Eugenie McAullffe. nee Wild Smith, of 7811 S. Aberdeen street, beloved wife ot the late James C, fond motner oi Mrs. Micnaei Kellener. grand, mother of John Kelleher. Eugenie Lamtnert Virginia Watts, and Helen Walton. Funeral Monday. 9 a. m.. lrom funeral home. 7831. 33 S. Racine avenue, to St. Sablna's church, Interment St. Mary's. TRlangle 4-7300, MCCARTHY Frank M. McCarthy, beloved nus Dana oi Katie neaiy McCarthy, lona son of the late Patrick and Margaret Nolan McCarthy, brother of the late Tom and John. Funeral Monday. 10:30 a. m.. from chapel. 5911 W. Madison street, at Mason avenue, to Our Lady of Sorrows church, Member of local union No. 136, A. F. of I.. interment Mount carmel. EStebrook B-7 5SU, McCAMBRIDGE Edward McCambrldge, be loved husband of Margaret E.. nee Jardlne dear father of Charles, Margaret Campbell Edward, William, and Patricia, grandfather of nine. Funeral from chapel, 6453 Irving far road, Monday, at 9:30 a. m. to St. Celestlne's church at Elmwood Park. In terment St, Joseph's cemetery. McGOVERN Francis W. McGovem. beloved husband of Marguerite, nee Crowley; dear father of Joseph, John. William. M-s Theres Ryan, and Mrs. Rita Carey, fond brother of Mary McGovern, brother-in-law or sister Mary Leanara. k. s. m.. ana Sister Mary Rlchardlne. R. S. M. Funeral Monday, 9 . m.. from late residence, 1147 W. 87th street, to St. Klllan'g church. Mass 10:30 a. m. Interment Mount Olivet. RAd- cllffe 3-1100. McHALE Mary McManamon McHale. beloved wife' of the late John L. McHale. dear mother of Mary Lynn, Florence, and the late Genevieve, sister of Winifred Mc Manamon, grandmother of Frank, Mary, oenevieve. and Florence. Funeral Monday, March 26. 9:30 a. m.. from funeral home, 1732 Wilson avenue, to Our Lady of Louraes cnurcn. Mass 10 a. m, inter ment Calvary. MELICHERCIK Susan Mellchercik. nee Tal-pash. late of 5557 S. Natoma avenue, beloved wife of John Mellcherclk. dekrest mother of Susan. Michael. Rudolph and Margaret, dear mother-in-law of Leonard Prohm and Boyd Jordan, fond grandmother of Leona and Ronnie Prohm, dear sister of Anarew Meucnerclk. Funeral Mondav. P. m.. at chapel, 4907 Archer avenue. Interment Bohemian National cemetery. Vir ginia 7-0921. MERTES Joseph F. Mertes Jr. of 14S0 Lake Shore drive, loving son of Joseph F. and Helen Twomey Mertes, fond brother of Mrs. Mary Mooney of Forest Hills, Long Island. Resting at home for funerals, Erie at wabasn avenue, Saturday and Sunday. Funeral from home for funerals 10 a. m. Monday, to Immaculate Conception church, 1415 North Park avenue. Interment Cal vary cemetery. METSKENS Jeanny Meyskens. nee Thys, be loved wile of Domlen, dear mother of George, fond daughter of Joseph snd Mary Thys, grandmother of Mary E. Funeral Monday, 10 a. m., from chapel, 2708 N. Western venue. to Our Lady Help ol Christians church. Mass 11 a. m. Interment St. Joseph's. HUmboldt 6-1716. MIGALA Stanley Mlgala. owner of Superior Food Products. 1913 w. superior street. beloved husband of Stella, dear brother of Bonaventure and Joseph. Funeral Monday 10: ?0 a. m., from chapel, 1922-24 W. Chicago avenue, to old St. Stephen's church Interment St. Adalbert's. HUmboldt 6-1230. MONACO Robert Monaco, beloved husband of Pauline, fond father of Helen Herrlott, Rose Janka, Mae Murphy. Louise Prace, Frank. John, and Ted Monaco. .nera Monday. 9:30 a. m.. from chapel, VUl W Madison street at Mason avenue, to Our Lady of Pompeii church. Interment Mount Carmel cemetery. EStebrook 8-7S00. MONTGOMERY Col. Harry A. Montgomery, U. S. A., retired. March 22. 1951, ol 3202 Lake Shore drive, beloved hus- band of Mary E., fond father of Capt. Robert A., Peggy C, and Richard, services at chapel, 2701 N. Clark street. Saturday at 3 p. m. interment Fort sneriaan, ill. MOOSMAN Carrie Moosman, at Mercy hos pital. Janesvuie, wis., dear sister of John Weber and the late Joseph and Henry Weber. Funeral Saturday. 10 a. m., from funeral home, 2500 N. Cicero avenue, to St. Gene vieve's church for blessing. Interment St. Boniface's. Solemn requiem high mass Mon day. March 26, 10 a. m., at St. Genevieve s church. Lamon and Angela streets. Please omit flowers. BErkshlr 7-8070. MORETTI Ann Morettl. nee Healy, beloved wife of Josepn. dear motner ot James. Frank, Mrs. Dolores Vander Pioeg, Mrs. Marie Sorrentlno. sister of Irene Shaw-tell, Mrs. Margaret Balling. John Healy. and Mae Healy. Funeral Monday, 9 a. m from chapel, 1702 W. 69th street, to St. Justin ot Martyr cnurcn. interment Holy bepmenre. PRospect 6-0600. MORRIS Harry Morris, 852 Junior trae. March 22, 1951, nusDana oi Iva Mabel Morris, brother-in-law of Maude F Shannon, and Gertrude Boswell, uncle of Anna Davis and two nephews. At chapel, 5501 N, Ashland, where services will be held Monday. March 26, at 11 a. m. Interment Oak Woods. MRDJENOVICH Mathilda Mrdjenovlch. March 20, 1951. beloved wife ol the lata Marko Mrdenovch. Resting at chapel, 1814 S. Throop ttre"t. Services Saturday, i) a. m., at Holy Trinity Croatian church. CAual 6-1207. MURRAY Lucette M. Murray. 6429 S. Lorel avenue. Mat h 21. 1951, lond sister ol Mrs. Hattie Compton and Mansfield E Gardner. At chapel 316 W. 63rd street, at Harvard avenue where services will be held Saturday, March 24. .t 11 a. m. Interment Mound Grove cemetery, Kankakee, ill. NEESE Erich Otto Neese, age 65, of 4724 Addison street, husband of Rose, nee Anhalt; dear father et Erna and Krwln. Resting at funeral home. 3626 N. Cicero avenue. Service Monday. 2 p. m. Interment Rldgewood. Scribe ol Columbus CI.. No. 382, Royal League. Klldare 5-1320. NEVAR Albert Nevar, late of 3864 West End avenue, beioved husband of Sylvia, nee Danlals; dear brother of Adolph, Bernlce Kelps, stefa Dronsuth, Elizabeth Andersunas, and Altha Morpeth. Funeral Saturday, 2 p. m.. at chapel, 4245 W. Madison street. Interment Lithuanian National cemetery. Member of International Brorerhood ol Electrical Workers union, local 134. NIELSEN Gertrude B. Nielsen, nee Burk- hardt. late residence 6249 N. Newcastle avenue, beloved wife of Elnar A., fond mother of Richard E. and Carol Thomson, grandmother ot Robert E. Thomson Jr., sister of Ralph E. Burkhardt. Resting at funeral home. 6754 Northwest highway, until noon Saturday, March 24. Service 3 p. m. at Norwood Park Baalist church. Newark and Navarre avenues. Interment Montrose cemetery. NYHAN Vincent B. Nyhan Jr., suddenly, of vjji s. Lanin street, oeiovea son ol Vincent B, and Theresa Campbell Nyhan. At funeral home. 69th at Justine street. Funeral Monday, at 9:45 a. m. to St. Ethelreda's church. Interment Holy Sepulchre. NYLEN John P. Nylen, Tat of 3053 Ken- more avenue, beloved husband of Mathilda, father of Evelyn Brody and Geneva W'lilcox. brother of Carl of Worcester, Mass., grandfather of five. Funeral Monday, 3 p. m., at chapel, 829 Belmont avenue. Interment Kosehlll. OLSEK Marlon t Olsen, MarcH 2.1. ef 311 N. Nordlca . avenue, beloved daughter of ' Sverr and the late Anna, net Larson; - dear alster of France. Service Monday, . 1:30 p. m., at funeral home, 8429 Fuller ton avenue. Interment Mount Olive. PARNASS Se Alexander D. Coutts notlc. PHILLIPS Se Robert J. Beaudry notlc. PHILLIPS Elsie Phillips, beloved daughter of the late Thomas end Sarah, fond sister of Mrs. Gertrude Stlft. Servlc Saturday, March 24. 2:30 p. m., at funeral home, . 5200 N. Western avenue, corner of Fosters Interment Acacia Park cemetery, PHOENIX B. J. Phoenix. March 21, dearly beloved son of Agnes, nee Grogan, and th . lat Henry L., loving brother of Maigaret m B. and Sheila Frances, fond grandson of . Margaret Grogan. Funeral Tuesday momlnf " at 10:30 from residence, BS14 N. Lakewood ivenue. Service at St. Ita's church at 11 Tclock. Interment All Saints'. Family requests that flowers b omitted. QUIRK Edward L. Quirk, beloved husband -of Mary nee Stein I Quirk; fond father cf Catherine Joyce Quirk, son of Lawrence F. and the late Mary L. Quirk, brother of Mar-, taret L. Quirk, Joseph M., and th Rev-' erend James T. Quirk, Funeral Monday. , March 28. at 9:15 a.m.. from funeral home, 6915 Wentworth avenue, to St. Caje-tan's church, 11 2th street and S. Campbell avenue. Mass at 10 a. m. Interment hU Mary's cemetery. EATAICZYK Walter 3. Ratalczyk. belove husband of Constance, dear father et Julia, Edwatd, Marie. Sophia, Henry, Sylvester, Esther, and George, brother of Nicholas, fathor-in-law of Clara, Louis Kuhn, Marlon Skweres, Cecilia, and Joseph Plonkc, grand-father of nine, great-grandfather of two. Resting at chapel. 1845 N. Hermltag avenue, near Cortland street. Funeral Mm. day. 10:30 a. to., to St. Mary of the Angel church. Interment St. Adalbert's cemetery. Please omit flowers. BRunswlck 8-2636. RENSHAW Esther Renshaw, March 82, 1951. beloved sister of Nellie Renshaw and the late Anna O'Connell, Funeral Monday, 9 . m., from funeral home, 24 5 W. Nortn avenue, to Immaculate Conception church. Interment Calvary. Funeral private. auOGLES Ullle L. Ruggles of Oak Park. Resting at funeral home, 203 8. Marlon street, at Pleasant street, Oak Park, after 2 p. m. Sunday. Servlrea Kinnrf.v , Burial Forest Home. SCHMIDT Ernst Schmidt. March 82. 1951. beloved husband of Rena, nee Falrkenoerg; dear father of Lore, son of Elisabeth anJ the .ate Gustav Schmidt, brother of El Schdnk. and Otto Schmidt In German. Service Monday. 1 p. m.. at funeral home, 1458 Belmont avenue. Interment Rldgewocd. SCHUMACHER Helen A. Schumacher, at Spring Lake Mich., March 20, 1951, beloved wife of Richard, dear mother ot Lillian Griffin and Gilbert Schumacher. At chapel, 6501 N. Ashland avenue, Chicago, after 6 p. m.. Saturday, where services will be held Monday, March 36, at 1 p. m. Interment Montrose. SIMON Robert G. Simon, beloved husband trf the late Annie, fond father of Lculs Roland, Robert A., and Walter E. Simon. Funeral Saturday, 9 a. m., from funeral home, 5690 Lincoln avenue, to St. Hilary's church for blessing at 9:45 a. m. Interment U Boniface's cemetery. SIVERTSEN Ellsa Slvertsen. beloved wlf of the late Slgvald N., fond mother of Herbert, Erllng. Gerald, Thorwald. Slgne. Elai Pace, and Mildred, six grandchildren and on great-grandchild. Funeral at chapel. 3337-39 W. North avenue. Monday. March 26. at 2 p. m. Interment Irving Paris cemetery. SPARKS Mrs. Ma A. Sparks of the Plalsanr hotel, March 21, beloved wlf of th lata Harry W. Sparks, loving aunt of Mrs. Lyla . Neal and Mrs. Ollle Berry of Lebanon, Ind., and Mrs. LaVerne Howard ot Indianapolis, Ind. Charter member ot Protestant Women s Service Club of Chicago. Services at chapel, 5522 S. Halsted street, Saturday, 1:30 p. m. Interment Rosehill. STEVENS Emma K. Stevens. Wheaton. III., dear aunt of Mildred K. Cusack. Herman Karman. and Frank Webber. Resting at chapel, 120 N. Hale street. Wheaton, IU. Services Sunday, 2 p. m. Interment Wheaton cemetery, STEVENSON Harriett Stevenson. Msreh 82, 1951. of 1337 W. 56th street, beloved wife of the late Theodore, fond mother of Anna Belle Maher, Mary Ellen Keblusek, Theodore Lamar, Melvln. Frank, John. Chester, and Edwin Stevenson, sister of Maytn Buerger. Resting at funeral home, 318 N. Central avenue, Austin, Funeral Monday, 9 a. m.. to St. Lucy's church. Interment Mount Carmel. AUstin 7-0017. SULLIVAN W. Tyrrell Sul1lvan of 6208 if. Claremont avenue, beloved husband of Margaret Hennessey Sullivan, loving father of Rosemary, lond brother of Mrs. William Horen. Funeral Monday, March 26, 9:30 a. m.. from funeral home. 1359 Devon avenue, at Glenwood avenue, to Bt. Gertrude's church. Mass 10 a. to. Interment Calvary cemetery. SWIDERSKI John F. fwlderskl. late ef 8T08 S. Throop street, beloved husband of th , late Bertha, nee Zambrzyrkl: loving father of John. William, Peter, Adam, and Joseph! dear father-in-law of Theresa, Etta Ann, Bessie, and eight grandchildren. Funeral Monday. March 26, 9:30 a. m., from chapel, , 12R6-58 W. 51st street, to St. John of Go church. Interment Resurrection cemetery. BOulevard 6-5257. THROOP Lesle M. Throop. March 21, 1951, 5716 S. Spauldlng avenue, beloved wife of Roy J. Throop, sister of Esrl L. Seaton of Chicago. Isabel Wuthenow ot Seattle, aunt ot Shirley Caddell, Earl V. Seston, and Mae Dolce. Resting at chapel, 415 W. 63d street. Service Saturday, 1 p. m. Interment Cedar Park. TILLM.4X James Tillman, late cf 8343 Maryland avenue, beloved husband of Minnie, nee Neltzke: son of Jess and Dorothy, fona brother of Raymond, Eugene. Paul, Frances, Mary, and Emma. Funeral Monday. 3 p. m.a at mortuary. 1000-1010 X. 79th street. I Interment Be ,ianla. t'EBER Frank M. Ueber of Chicago Heights,. loving husband of Anna, fond father cfl , Loretta and Mrs. Leona Schelman of ChW cago Heights, and the late Claude, brother! ot August of Marengo. III. Resting at funeral home. 1340 Otto boulevard, Chlcags Heights. Services Monday, 10 a. m., SU Agnes' church, Chicago Heights. URBAN Valerie Urban. March 23. Of 8033 Colfax avenue, wife of the late John, mother, of George, Leonard. Alice. Mrs. Selma Speller, and Mrs. Marie Kozlowskl. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a. m.. chapel. Jeffery boulevard at 77th street, to St. Mary Magdalen church. 84th and Saginaw avenue. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Holy Cross. SOuth Short 8-8822. URBANOWICZ See Valerie Urban notice. VOGEL George W. Vogel of Burlington.' Wis., beloved husband of Birdie Kovtttke Vogel, dear father of Alleen Hetrel, fond brother of William, the late Charles and Lottie, grandfather of Barbara, Charles, and George. Services Monday. 1:30 p. m.. at chapel. 3159 Jackson boulevard at Kedzl. Interment Concordia. KEdile 3-161 . VOLBERDING Bertha Volberdlng. nee 2TT. late of 1237 N. Menard avenue, beloved wife of Albert, dear mother of Eleanor, Laura. Ruth, and Helen Frugoll, grandmother of Marie ard Jean, sister of the Rev, August. Emllle. Edward, and Martha Omann. mother-in-law of Joseph Frugoll. Resting at funeral horre, 5701 W. Division street, where servlcei will be held 3 p. m. Saturday. March 24. Interment privet, ir desired In lieu cf flowers, memorial maybe mad to St. Paul's Ev. Lutheran churcrt bH'ldlnr fund, car ot th Rev. Enno GalU. AUstin 7-4440. WARD Mary EHen Ward. late of 7439 Lang. ley ever ue, oioea wiie or tne late John, fond vjiher o! lerntve. Owen, and the la Frank. trar-Jmot -,er of eight, great-grandmother of fo -r. F'jneral Tuesday, 9: SO a. m . from mortua-, iOOO-1010 E. 79th street, to St. ColumLanui' Interment Mount Olivet. WEISS Julius V. Weiss, beloved husband of mite. lono i.i tier ,i Julius and Mary Louise, dear brother o'.' Mis. Terry Wrlssburg, Georg V.. Nicholas 'i , r.-.d Charles A. Weiss, an4 Mrs. Mirths Ri "fiaport Memorial service Sunday. March 3 V 10:18 a. m.. at chapel. 936 X. 47th street. Please omit flowers. WILK Mary Wllk nee Zdrleblo, ef 1534 Elslon avenue, helmed wife of the ittm Lawrenc-, dearest mother of Victoria. Aina Kloburar, Mary Strysiyck. and Kathe- itm Kanlkila, slrter of Katherine Venon ', niother ln-law of Raymond Kkibucar, Hub rt Strysryck. and Chester Kanlkula. grandmother of Arlene. Laverne. Rosalie, and Donald. Funeral Monday, March 26, 9:30 a. m.. from chapel. 1501 Elston avenue, to St. Stanislaus Kostka church. Interment St. Adalbert's cemetery. Humboldt 6-4800. WILKS Krna K. Wllks. suddenly, of 24 1 N. Maplewood avenue, fond mother of Robert. Elmer, Dolores, and Dorothy, grandmother cf Robert Jr. and Thomas Wllks, Services Monday, March 26, 1 p. tn., at funeral home, 2056-68 Belmont avenue. Interment Concordia cemetery. WISN1EWSKI Lawrence Wlsnlewskl, MarcH i. iKJi. age eia. oeiovea nusoana oi Bernlce, father ot John. Joseph, and Florence. Fune.al Mondav, 10:30 a. ra., from chapel, 3661 S. Wood street, to Holy Family church. Burial Chapel Hill Gardens South. WLOSt ZfNSKI Walter Wlosicrynskl. lata of )?S3 W. f.lrt street, father of Adam, Cecelia Mulerkl, and Ann Johnson. Funeral Monday. 10:30 a. m.. from chapel, 1335 W. Mst street, to St. Joseph's church. . Interment Resurrection. YArds 7-6113. WOODWORTH Elva L. Woodworth. MO W. 70th street. March 33. 1951. beloved wilt of T. P. Woodworth, fond mother of Richard, Max, Jack, and William, grandmother of 13 grandchildren. At chapel, 316 W. 63d street at Harvard avenue, where service will be held Sunday. March 35, at 3 p. m. Interment Decatur. III. ZACZEK Felix B. Zarrek Jr., late et 2057 W. 5Qth street, husband or Jean, ne Wykpisz: father t Felix, son of Felix and Antoinette, brother of Atty Genevieve. Anna Olga Parln. and Lester. Funeral Mondav, March 36. 9:30 a. m., from chapel, 1335 W. 51st street, to St. Joseph's church. Interment Resurrection. YArds 7-6112, ZADNY Charles Zartny, 3030 B. Central Park avenue, dearly beloved nusband ef Matilda, nee Janovsky; fond father of Margaret and Leslie, brother of Jerry. Frank, and Rudolph. Funeral Mondav. March 36, at 8 a. m.. from chapel. 3440 W. 3etrt atr .'t. to Blee4 Agn-s church. Interment family lot. Bishop 7-9802 or OLymple 3-1023. ZKRFaHS Ella Zerfahs. nee Rlemer, beloved wire oi nuaoipn r., arir motner or Gladys Andrae. George C and Arthur R., grandmother of Ave. great-grandmother of on, mother-in-law of Rose Zerfahs and the lat Thomas Andrse. sister r.f Ema Alberd. Arthur Rlemer, and the late Frederick. Services Kaf urday, 1 30 p. m at chapel. 4920-24 Irving Park road. Interment St. Lucas' Klldare 5-6220. ' Z1ENTAR A Katherine Zlentara, ne PyMewlr w'- ,. - miwiari, near mother of Stella Machols, Frances Ctch Elsie Krause. Msry Horse. jui( Mror Scphla Slentara. Martha Werner, Flortan Edward, and the late Helen Zlentara fond sister of Msry Marchlewlcs. Funeral Mon. day, 9:30 a. m., from funeral home, SSlT.i N. Pulaski road, to St. Wenceslaus" church-Interment St Adalberts. INderdencsj 3-5 600 sssttjiaa-tsV1jftVa'

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