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CRANE Margery EaifT Crane, wife of the GUTRICH Richard W. Outrich, 10314 (Chtragn 3ath, CTrtliunr' OBITUARIES Norman Williams The funeral of Norman Williams, 82, formerly of 199 Lake Shore dr., vice president of Chalmers & Williams, defunct Chicago mining and crushing machinery manufacturer, will be held today in Woodstock, Vt., where he had lived since his retirement in 1940 and where he died Sunday. A native of Chicago, he was graduated from Yale university in 1896. His widow, Margaret, survives. Surviving also are a daughter, Mrs. F. Hamilton Merrill of Woodstock; a son, Norman Jr., of New York City; and three step-children, Mrs. Reynold M. Crane and Edwin H. Parkhurst of Cleveland, and John Bright Parkhurst of Dr. John Adam Wolfer Dr. John Adam Wolfer, 74, of Banning, Cal., professor emeritus of surgery and director of the tumor clinic at the Northwestern university medical school, died yesterday in his home, Chicago friends were notified. Dr. Wolfer, who received the honor medallion of the Illinois division of the American Cancer society in 1950 for outstanding work in cancer control, was graduated from the Northwestern medical school in 1908 and began teaching surgery there in 1910. He was a former attending surgeon a l Passavant Memorial and Cook county hospitals, was a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and was past president of the Northwestern university medical school alumni association. His widow, Maude, survives. Services will be held tomorrow in Banning. MOOS Joseph Moo. husTwnl of Florence: loving father of Milton, Edward, and Evelyn; five grandchildren; lond brother of Betty Wlnnecour, Harry. Adelle Garfield Mundscheln, Fred, and the late Ann Wein-traub. Service Wednesday, 11:30 a. m., Kt chapel, 3600 W. Roosevelt road. Interment Zitomir Cong, cemetery, Waldheim. MORROW See Robert J. Troy notice. MITtPHT Timothy Murphy, beloved husband of Bridie, nee Srgerson: dear father of Daniel E.. Mrs. Edward Reynolds. Vincent F.. Mrs. Frederick McGinn, and the late Rose Marie Murphy; brother of the late Mary Saunders, Daniel, John, and Delia Habermann of Hartford. Conn. Funeral Wednesday. Nov. 23. at 9 a. m.. from funeral home. 3246 Jackson boulevard, to St. Thomas Aquinas church. Interment Queen of Heaven. Member C. T. A., division No. 241; American Legion, C. T. A. post, and Holy Name society. Native of Kells, Caherclveen, County Kerry, Ireland. KEdzle 3-2394. NEMCIIAUSKY Ursuly Nemchauskv, late of 8256 S. Elizabeth street, beloved wife of Anton J. Nemchausky; loving mother of Ed vard, Fred, Genevieve Gensiorski, end the late Walter Nemchausky; fond sister of Anna Maiin of Gobies. Mich.; dear grandmother of Ronald. Bernard. Roy, Lorraine. Ralph, and Fred Nemchausky. and Alan and Lynda Gensiorski. Resting at funeral home after 12 noon Wednesday. Nov. 23. Funeral Friday. 9 a. m., from funeral home. Halstefl at 76th street, to St. Sabina church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Casimer cemetery. Stewart 3-7700. NIELSEN Amalla A. Nielsen, beloved wife of the late Soren F.; loving mother of Palmer P.. Inga V., Hugo M., Helga, and Hilda; fond grandmother of nine. Visitation until 10 p. m. Tuesday, at chapel. 4717 Broadway. Service private. LOngbeach 1-2966. NOONAN" Roxie Noonan. beloved wife of the late George: dear mother of Mrs. Beeson Yarbrough, Mrs. John Winters, George C, Conrad, and Mrs. I-awrence Leppert; sister of Lloyd and Judd Siaght. Resting at funeral home, 412 N. Austin boulevard, at Lake street. Services Wednesday, 2 p. m.. at the Austin church of the Nazarene. Interment Memorial Estates. COlumbus 1-3203. NORTON Ida B. Norton, late residence 5666 N. New Hampshire avenue, beloved wife of the late Tristram I.; fond mother of Florence N. Smart and Lester I. Norton; grandmother of four and great-grandmother of eight. Services Wednesday, Nov. 2 3. at 1:30 P. m. at funeral home, 6754 Northwest highway. Interment Woodiawn cemetery. JfOWOBIELSKI Marie Nowobielsfci. wife of Michael: mother of Marie and John: mother-in-law of Edward Peslce. Resting at chapel, 4 604 S. Wolcott. Funeral Wednesday. 9:30 a. m., from funeral home to Sacred Heart church. Interment ResurreC-lon. LAfayette 3-1313. DEATH NOTICES SfTAprV Rose S. Shepln. beToved wife of Julius H.: loving mother of Milton and Allan; fond grandmother of Scott, Judith, Susan, and David; dear lster ct U. 6her, Cecelia. Etta, Anna, and Mary. Service Tuesday. 1 p. m.. et chapel, 693S Etony Island avenue. Interment Westlawn. SHEA Clarence A. Shea, devoted sxn of th late Thomas J. end Bertha, nee Gabriel; fond brother of Walter A., Elmer A., Helen Hell, Thomas E., the late Raymond, end Harry. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m., from funeral h?me. 2627 Lawrence avenue, to St. Matthias' church. Interment St. Jo-eph'l. Member of Chicago Police post. No. 207. A. L.. Chicago branch St. Jnde'l League. C. P. B. A., and Chicago Poilce Old Timers' club. LOngbeach 1-2160. SIEBEN Joseph Sleben, beloved husband of Florence, nee Bobek: fond brother of Clara Schmidt, Gertrude Edgcomb, Erna Crowell, and the late Richard E. end Franc- Dodson. Services at funeral home, 512 0 W. Fulierton avenue. Wednesday, Nov. 2 3, at 2 p. m. Interment Mount Emblem, Member of Mutual Benefit and Aid society, sect. No. 3. ARmitage 6-7 & 00. SMIDOWICZ Thoma W. Smldowlcr of 3239 S. Morgan street, beloved husband rt Pearl: dearest father of Charles. Helen Pomlerskt. and Jeanne Olszewski and tv late Chester; father-in-law of Mary R., Cecelia. Joseph Pcmierskl, and Anthory Olszewski. Funeral Wednesdav. Nov. 23, at 9:30 a. m., from chapel, 1059 W. 32d street, to St. Mary of Perpetual Help church. Interment Resurrection. President of the Polish American Bakery Owners association. Information. YArd 7-64 24. SMITH Ora Smith, nee Northrup, dear mother of Alice K. Baldwin; sisrer cf L. Hansen and John Northrup: grandmother of Harold C. and Lawrence Anderson. Dar-lene Starck, and P.amona Dana: 10 greatgrandchildren. Service Wednesday. 2 p. m. at funeral home. 14 58 Belmont, evenue. Interment Rosehill cemetery. SMITH See Thomas W. Smld"wlcz notice. SOPOCY Steve Scpocy. 5500 W. 24t1 street, Cicero. 111., belr ved husband of tne late Anna Sopocy. nee Kosteiny; loving father of Ann. Julia, and Steve Sopocy. dear brother of Elizabeth Katlovsky, and Samuel Sopocy of Bratisiova," Czechoslovakia: father-in-law of Marcella Sopocy: grand father of four. Service Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1:30 p. m.. at funeral home, 6617 W. Cermak road. Berwyn. Interment Bohemian National cemetery. STanley 8-1092. SPEIRS See Henry Radcllffe notice. SPRING Kathryn M. Spring. Nov. 21, 1955, formerly of 348 N. Laramie evenue, wife of the late Harry W.; mother of Ruth Milloy of St. Petersburg. Fla. Restine at funeral home, 318 N. Central avenue. Austin. Services Wednesday. 2:30 p. m. Interment Forest Home. AUstm 7-0017. STASSEN Emma A. Stassen, ege fO, Peptone. III., passed away Saturday at Evangelical hospital, Chicago, wife of the la:e Louis E. Stassen: mother cf Lorrame of Chicago, Luciiie P.-ingle of Chicago, and Carl of La Grange. Resting at Fedde chapel In Peetone. Funeral Tuesday, 2 p. m., at Immanuel E. and B church. Interment Peotone cemetery. STEINBACH Emily Stetnbaeh. dear sister of Mrs. Josephine Bauer. Joseph, the late Mrs. Louisa Wolf, M.-s. Eleanor Schweer, and John. Funeral Wednesday, 8 a. m., from funeral home. 1136 W. 87th street, to St. Killan's church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment. St. Boniface's. RAdclifie 3-1100. STEPHENS Sadie Dawson Stephens, Nov. 21, 1955. beloved w.fe of the late Albert Stephens: sister of the late Nora O'Sullt-van. Mary McHugh, Genevieve Crowe, end Agnes Heppr.er. Funeral Wednesday at 10 a. m. from funeral home. 6311 N. Clark street, to St. Gregory s churrh. Interment Calvary. TEARNEY Nellie M. Teamey. nee Sand-rj. beloved wife of George M.; loving mother cf Thomas W.; devoted daughter cf the late Katherine and John Sanders: fond sister cf James and Matthew Sander-, Katherine Giendenlng. Margaret Foley, Paul, the late John, Edward. Mamie, end Joseph Sanders. Funeral Wednesday, Nov. 23. 9:30 a. m. from funeral home, 2701 W. 6?d street, at W'ashtenaw avenue, to St. Rira'i church. Interment Mount Olivet. Member c? Marquette Manor Women's club: Royal League. Alexandra council. No. 383. and Wom-r, Benefit association, review No. 76. PP.cs-pect 6-8300. THOMPSON Earl B. Thompson, late of 746 W'. 73d street, beloved husband of Jer.n e Thompson; dear father of Harold. Vtct Allle, Marlon Kaek, and Tane Chiprran: fend brcther of Delia Home. FcnorsI services Tuesday, 1 p. m . at fur.eral home. Halsted et 76th stret. Bjr-.ai Fair-mcunt cemetery. STewart 3-700. TORP Ame B. Torp. Nov. 20. 195V r.,-band of Mabel; father of Evelyrl Jcrrer.-sen of Milwaukee, Wis., Adeline S scans-.-!, Dorothy Hoilis, and Eleanor D-cmbos: 11 grandchildren; brother of Alfred, L-"a;s, and Carl, all cf Kansas City. Mo. Priva-e service Wednesday, at funeral cnapel, 433 S F-illerton avenue. Interment Mount C.;-e. EEimont 5-1610. Tuesday, Nov. 22, 195S F DR. BRYAN DIES; RETIRED HEAD OF INDIANA U. Directed Expansion of University Bloomington, Ind., Nov. 21 fSpccial Dr. William Lowe Bryan, 95, president emeritus of Indiana university, died here today in his home on the university campus. Dr. Bryan, who was pres ident of the ' university Bryin from 1902 until his retirement in 1937, became critically ill 10 days ago. lie had been forced last March by failing health to abandon daily campus walks he had been making for more than 65 years. As president emeritus, a title bestowed by the university trustees upon his retirement, he continued to live in the president's home on the cam pus. His wife, Charlotte, died in 1948 at the age of 81. They had no. children. Son of a Minister Dr. Bryan was born on a farm near Bloomington Nov. 11, 1860, son of a United Presbyterian minister. He entered the university in 1880, receiv ing a bachelor's degree in 1884, and immediately began a teaching career as an instructor in Greek at the university. In the next eight years he pursued graduate studies in philosophy and psychology at various European universities, ieceiving a doctor of philosophy degree in 1892. He became head of the Indiana university department of philosophy and psychology in 1887. In this capacity "he established a psychological labora-tory where he worked out a theory of the curve of learning, establishing that learning proceeds thru different stages at different rates. Championed Athletics In thp 35 years of his presidency he administered an expansion program which included establishment of schools of medicine, dentistry, journalism, commerce, and music and the founding of an late Charles R. Crane II; mother of Rob ert ., Kicnara t:., ana the late Charlei R. Crane III; daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William H. Baker; sister of William H. Baker Jr.; grandmother of Robert B. Jr., and Mary F. Crane. Reposing In home for funerals, Erie at Wabash avenues, until 12 noon Wednesday. Services at St. Chrysostom's at 1424 N. Dearborn street. Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1955, at 2 p. m. Interment private. CROMSTEDT Lennart K. I. Cromstedt, Nov. 21, 1955, late of 8637 C&llle street. Morton Grove, 111., beloved husband of Marglt; dear father cf Ulf, Caroline, and Sten; also survived by mother, Jennie Karlson, and brother. Bengt, In Sweden. Resting In chapel, 5149-51 N. Ashland avenue, at Foster, until noon Wednesday. In state in Immanuel Lutheran church. F.lmdale and Greenvlew avenues, untii time of service, 2 p. m., to Graceland. Member of Svlthlod Singing club. LOngbeach 1-5147. CROWLEY Wi:Uam H. Crowley, 1528 Pratt blvd., beloved husband of Anne Crowley, nee Conway; fond father of James E. Crowley: grandfather of three; dear brother of Alice Sllnger. Funeral Wednesday, Nov. 23, 9:30 a. m., from funeral home, 1359 Devon avenue, at G:enwood, to St. Jerome s church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment All Saints. Rogers Park 4-1617. CZARNECKI Fred Czarneckl, 4 920 Green-leaf avenue, S. Skokie, beloved husband of Grace, nee Turco: dear father of Ralph; son of Frances and the late Lon-glna; brother of Helen Borowskl; son-in-law of Anna Turco. Funeral Wednesday, 9:15 a. m., from funeral home. 8057 Nlles Center road, Skokie. Mass 9:30 a. m., St. Peter's church. Interment St. Adalbert s. ORchard 3-6111. DANIFLS Le Roy J. Daniel, age 59, of 4750 W. North avenue, dear father of Le Roy J. Daniels; grandfather of four; lond son of the late William R. and Sarah A. DanieLs; dearest brother of Hazel Waters, Lester, and DeLevan Camls. Funeral Wednesday, Nov. 23. 9:30 a. m., from fgneral home. 5350 W. North avenue, to St. Peter Canlslus church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Mount Carmel. TUxedo 9-8844. DFCIIINT Augusta Hau Dechenf. beloved wife of tiie late Louis C.; dear mother of the late Arthur and William Dechent. At cnapel. 5911 W. Madison street. Funeral private. Please omit flowers. DOMSKI Stella Domski, nee Pastuszak, beloved mother of Lillian, Joseph, and Dorothy; fond mother-in-law of Stanley Szok, Joseph Banner, and Helen; dear grandmother of Gertrude Zlolknwskl. Funeral Wednesday. 8:3 0 a. m., from chapel. 1261 N. Noble street, to St. Stanislaus Kostka church. Interment St. Adalbert's. BRuns-wick 8-2662. DORSCH Josepn A. Dorsch Sr., beloved husbnnd of the late Marv; loving lather cf Martha Deerlng of Llbertyville. Marie Field of Chicago, Josephine Field of Palos Park, Frances Cavanaugh of Chicago, and Joseph Jr. end Annette of Wauconda; fond brother cf Michael; grandfather of 16. and great-grandfather of 19. At rest at Klssel-burg Funeral home, Wauconda. 111. Services Wednesday, 10 a. m., at Transfiguration church, Wauconda. lnJnnent St. Boniface'. DOWNING Robert C. Downing, late of 4327 W. Adams street, beloved husband of Margaret B., nee Sullivan: fond father of Betty Murray and Liia Ewald: dear brother of William L. end Percy. Funeral service Wednesday, 2 p. m.. at chapel, 4245 W. MadLson street. Interment Forest Home cemetery. Member of local No. 241, C. T. A. DOYLE Patrick J. Doyle, Nov. 20. 1955, beloved husband of the late Marion Hogan Doyle: brother of the late Rev. I. Matthew Doyle Sr., Mary Agnes. Mollle. Bride, Anne, Josephine and John Doyle; brother-in-law of Anna, Adelaide, and the late Rev. Thomas J. Hogan. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m., from funeral home, 6311 N. Clark street, to St. Gertrude's church. Interment All Saints'. Member of DeSoto council K. of C: Typographical union, local No. 16, and Union Printer Baseball club. DRIMMOND William L. Drummond of 5321 W. Ferdinand street, dear brother of Stuart. John, Mrs. Bessie Hardacker. and the late Margaret, Norman, and Robert. Services at funeral home, 5708 W. Madison street. Wednesday. 1:30 p. m. Interment Oakridge. Member of Austin lodge. No. 8 50. A. F. & A. M. Please omit Hewers. AUstln 7-2 012. DI CE George R. Duce of the King home, Evaniton, husband of Annie S. Duce. Graveside services Wednesday, 10:30 a. rn.. Montrose cemetery. Milwaukee, Wis., papers please copy. EATON Caroline F. Eaton. Nov. 20. of 7 311 Constance avenue, loving mother of George Thomas: sister of Mrs. Eertha F. Mern'.t and Chalmers Foss. Funeral W'ednesday, 2 p. m., chapel, Jeffery boulevard, et 77th street. Interment Oak Woods. SOuth Shore 8-8822. EBBINf.IIOl SE Sadie V. Ebbinghouse. Nov. 20. at Wabash. Ind.. wife cf E. O Eb- binghjuse of Wabafh. Ind.; mother of Hariud V. Ryan of Evanston, Eugene F. Ryan of skokie, and Mrs. John ?ord cf Waoah. sister of Mrs. Helen Zelgler of Ca.sscpolls. Mich. Servlr.es at Jones fu neral home, Wabash, Ind., Wednesday at 2 p. m. F.I.I-WTON Wintam J. Elliotson, husband of Ann Cheiiy Elliotson: son of Catherine Fotre and the late Joseph ElilotscTi; brother of Gertrude Fecher. Funeral from Heely chapei, 332 Downer piace, Aurora, Wednesday, 2 p. to St. Olaf Luther an church. ENGLE Willard W. Engle. age 31. late of Lake Villa, 111., beloved husband of Al- dona, nee Barcus; dear father of Terry and Mike; loving son of Sarah J. and the late Nathan Hale Engle: fond brother of Harold, Morton, and Edward. Services Wednesday. 10 a. m., at chapel. 3019 W, Peterson road. Interment Rosehill ceme tery. Inf.. LOngbeach 1-1890. ENZFNBACHER Gustave Enzenbacher. be loved husband cf Amelia, nee Husa: fond brother of Mrs. Mary Gindorf. George, and the late Andrew. service Wednesday, 1 p. m.. at chapel. 65th place and Kedzie avenue. Interment Evergreen. REpubiic 7-3232. Member of Beer Bottling urnon, local 24 8. FABIAN Carmella Clara Fabian, nee School, late of 4239 S. Artesian avenue, beloved wife of the late William; fond mother of Joseph, Mary, Theresa, Phillip, and Nicholas; sister of Mary Storlno; grand mother of 10. Funeral from chapel. 2809 W. Harrison street, Wednesday, Nov. 23 9 a. m., to St. Agnes' church, Washtenaw and Pershing road. Burial Mount Carmel. NEvada 8-2809. FALK See Henry Radcllffe notice. FLFMING Mrs. Louise Fleming, age 83, of Lincoln. 111., formerly of Hinslale. passed away Sunday In Memorial hospital, Lincoln, survived bv her daughters. Mrs. Louise Bal- ster of Elgin. Mrs. Emily Bergman of Hins dale, end Mrs. Helen Comstock of LlncoLr- one sister. Mrs. Lizzie Selk of Marinette, Wis. Interment Tuesday, Zion Lutheran cemetery, Hinsdale. FLODIN Carl H. Flodin. Nov. 21, 1955. late of 1751 Berwyn avenue, beloved husband of Sophie: dear father of Leroy and Edwin Flodin; fond brother of Hildur Burman and Hilmer Flodin. Funeral Wednesday. 1 p. m., at chapel, 5149-51 N. Ashland avenue, at Foster. Interment private. Please omit flowers. LOngbeach 1-5147. FOERSTER Marie Foerster. beloved wife of Oscar; dear mother of Elmer and Herbert; grandmother of Kenneth, Fred. Vernon, and Herbert Jr. Services Wednesday, Nov. 23. 2 p. m., at luneral home. 3440 N. Central avenue. Interment Eden. KHdare 5-5420. FOSTER Victor A. Foster, late of 300 W. Adams street, beloved husband of the late Geneva Hinds Foster; fond uncle of Vio-torine McCormack of Bemardsville. N. J.t and Mary Schwarer of Philippine Islands. Funeral and interment at New Berlin, N. Y. FROST Mary Hazard Frost, ege 85, at St. Petersburg, Fla., Nov. 21. widow of Dr. Edwin B. Frost; mother of Katharine B Frederick H and Benjamin D.; sister of Carolyn Hazard; six grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday at St. Petersburg. In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to Holiday Home, Williams Bay, Wis. GEDRIS George Gedris. beloved husband of Mrs. Elizabeth M. Gedris; father of William Irwin; brother of Mrs. Julia Host, Mrs. Margaret Stokes, Mrs. Maru:a Mltz. William A., James, Frank:, and Anthony Gedris, Services Tuesday, 10:30 a. m., at Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills chapel, directed by Forest Lawn mortuary, Holly wood Hihs, Los Angeles, (.ax, GIBI.IN Lucy Nolan Giblin, formerly of 824 W. 77th street, beloved wite ol tne late Thomas A. Giblin: loving mother of Mary Leona Lol Maher, Betty, Michael fBud, Delores McCall. Patsy Ja cobs, Thomas Bill, and Gerald Giblin; fond sister of John. Sadie Herald, Mayme Grubauth. Margaret. Leo, Monica Har mon, Genevieve Schroder, Catherine Baer. Funeral Wednesday. 11 a. m., from lu neral home, 8400 S. Ashland avenue, to St. Leo s church. Mass 11:30 a. m. Interment Mount Olivet cemetery. Infor-m a 1 1 o n, CEdarcrest 3-4310, STewart 3-1 vuu. GILL Alt D Harry G. Gillard of 5951 S La Salle, beloved husband of the late Elizabeth: dear father of the late Evelyn Moipus; beloved brother of Kathryn Blr- ney and La Stella Gillard. the late Anna Connors. Elizabeth Stout, John, and Edward. funeral Wednesday, 9 a. m.. from parlors. 1411 E. 67th street, at Dorchester avenue. to SS. Cyril and Methodius church. Inter ment St. Mary's. GLEASON Emma M. Gleason, beloved wife oi ire late John J.; dear mother of Fran K., Harry L., and the late John O. Gleason. Funeral Wednesday. 9:15 a. m., from chapel. 5911 W. Madison street, to St. Vincent Ferrer church. River Forest, 10 a. m. mass. Interment Holy Sepulchre. EStebrook 8-7500. Please omit flowers. GOLDSTFIN Max Goldstein of 5417 N. California, beloved hu-sband of Gussle: fond father of Irving Golden. Ruth Pro-Jansky end Evelyn Patner; nine grandchll- cren and one great-grandchild. Services Tuesday, 1 p. m., at chapel, 3019 W. Peterson. Interment Westlawn cemetery. LOngb'each 1-1890. GORDON Wayne D. Gordon, beloved husband of Anna; dearest father of Delores Dilgard and Spencer; fond brother of Harry; grandfather of Dawn. Service Wednesday. Nov. 23, 1 p. m., at chapel. 2644-46 N. Central avenue. Interment Acacia Park cemetery. NAtional 2-1488. GRADY Agnes Grady, late of 6540 S. Halsted street, beloved daughter of the late Thomas and Catherine Grady, loving sister of John, Mary, Catherine Harrer, Frances Teborek, and Madeline Le Blanc. Funeral Wednesday, 8:45 a. m., from funeral home, 8400 S. A.ihland avenue, to St. Bernard' church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Mount Olivet cemetery. GREEN Timothy Richard Green, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. William Green; loving brother of Linda Lee and Rita Lynn. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m.. from funeral home, at 95th street and S. Cen tral avenue, to St. Albert the Great church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Mary'. Information. GArden 2-1700. GrMALIACSKAS Julius Gumallauska of 939 W. 33d place, beloved husband of Madeline, nee Bruozls: dear father of Irene Strasser end Gene Budd; three srandchiidren. Funeral Wednesday, Nov. 23. et 9:30 a. m. from funeral home, 3307 Lituanica avenue, to St. George' church. Interment St. Casimir'. YArd 7-3401. Lowe avenue. Not. 31, 1955. beloved hus band of FlofeL-ce G. Gutrlcn. nee Oliver; brother of Joseph, Fred, Cecelia Kruchten, Genevieve Miller, and Herbert Gutrlcn. Funeral from chapel, 2121 W. 85t& treet. Wednesday. Nov. 23. at 9:30 a. m., to St. Helen of the Cros church, 101st and Pamell, Interment St. Mary's. Member of Bricklayers union local. No. 21, A. F. of L. HANK A Emll Hanka or 7150 S. Wood street, beloved husband of Frances Hanka; loving father of William, Harry, Gertrude, end Robert. Funeral Wednesday, 9:15 a. m., from funeral home, 79th street, at Loomls boulevard, to St. Justin Martyr church. Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Information, TRiangle 4-1187. HAN KG Julius William Hanko, beloved husband of Sylvia, nee Zbllskl; loving father of Carol Anne: dear brother of Alexander. Zoltan, and Martha Bors De Grothy. Funeral Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1955, 2 p. m., from chapel, 6841-57 Hlggln road, to Mount Olive cemetery. Member of Peoples Ga post. No. 336, A. L. SPrlng 4-3232. HANSEL William L. Hansel, beloved father of Emily Wojtyslak, Mary Fascoe. Theresa Blake, Stanley and Edward; lond brother of Amelia Flee: grandfather of nine. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m., from funeral home, 2325 S. California avenue, to St. Casimir' church. Interment Resurrection. Bishop 7-6123. HANSONCharles W. Bill J Hanson, beloved husband of Henrietta, nee Raddatz; brother of Mildred Amstutz of St. Petersburg, Fla., and the late Lillian Nelson and Ruth Kvevlle. Services Wednesday, 2:30 p. m., et funeral home, 4553-61 Milwaukee avenue. Interment Acacia Park Secretary of the Chicago and llllnol Bowling associations. HANZLIK Anna Hanzlik, nee Hudec, of 482 Uvedale road, Riverside. 111.. devoted mother of Betty Kettner. Frank E. Hanz lik. and the late Anne Bartunek; mother-in-law of Henry Kettner, Joseph T. Bar-tur ek. and Jane Hanzlik; grandmother of five. Funeral Wednesday, Nov. 23. 8:30 a. m., from funeral home. 6227 W. Cer mak road, to Our Lady of the Mount churrh. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Adalbert's. GUnderson 4-2050. HKI.MFR Mary L. Helmer. formerly of 7418 Kenwood avenue, wife of the late Peter A.; aunt of Royal Wharton of Cortland. N. Y., and Ezra Wharton. Resting at chapel, 7350 Cottage Grove avenue. Funeral Wednesday. Nov. 23, et 1 p. m. Interment Oak Woods. HEN RICKS Harold H. Henricks of 13700 Fair Hill road. Shaker Heights, O., beloved husband of Florence, nee Wilson; father of Patricia Buddrus and Louise Colarusso; grandfather of four. Service 10 a. m.. Wednesday, Holy Name cathedral. Resting at funeral home, Erie and Wabash. Interment Calvary cemetery. HOBBS Glenn M. Hobbs, 6720 Jeffery avenue, Nov. 21, 1955, husband of Lucy S. Hobbs; father of Wesley S. of Tulsa, Okla., and Glenlta Fairfield. At chapel. 2024 E. 75th street, at Jeffery boulevard, where services will be held Wednesday. Nov. 23. at 2 p. ra. Interment Pasadena, Cal. In lieu of flowers, please make offerings to Bryn Mawr Community church. FAirfax 4-7177. HOOPER James V. Hooper, beloved husband of Mary; brother of John F.. Loren, Bessie. Ida, and the late George. Leslie. Arthur, and Nellie. Remains resting at luneral heme, 4152 Sheridan road, at Buena, until 10 p. m. Tuesday. Interment Statea Island, N. Y. Bittersweet 8-1536. ITTERSHAGtN Arthur L. Ittershagen, beloved husband of Florence E.; fond brother of Agnes McDowell, the late Minnie Bowman. Lottie, George, end Harry Ittershagen. Services Tuesday. 1:30 p. m., at chapel, 10928 S. Michigan avenue. Interment Mount Greenwood. JACKS Edmund Jacks, dear brother of Frank and George. Funeral Tuesday. 1 p. m., at chapel, 4235 W. Madison. Interment Ridgewood. Member of Chicago Printing Pressmen' union, local No. 3. JANASIK Helen Janaslk, nee Zielir.skl. loving wife of the late Julian; fond mother of Lorraine and Donald: mother-in-law of Thafldeus Radzlnskl and Ellen: grandmother of Gary and Russell. Resting at chapel, 3630 W. George street. Funeral Wednesday. 9:15 a. m.. to St. Bartholomew' church. Interment St. Adalbert's. Member cf Silver Bell camp. No, 7 7, R. N. of A. SPaulding 2-6630. JANES Ruth L. Janes, nee Henderson, late of 5727 S. California avenue, dearly beloved wife of Jesse O: loving mother of William C, La Verne R.: grandmother of William Gary Janes: fond sister of Harry and Helen Henderson, and Amanda Per-chau. Funeral Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2:30 p. m., at funeral home, 2701 W. 63d street, et Washtenaw avenue. Interment Beverly cemetery. PRospect 6-8300. JOHNSON C. Gust Johnson of Maywood. beloved husband of Gerda, fond father of Vloiet Murphy; brother of Theodore. Carl, and Hugo Johnson. Services Wednesday. 3 p. m.. at funeral home. Lake street at 2d avenue. Maywood. Interment Oak Ridge Fllmcre 3-0014. KESSI.ER Alma Kesfler. beloved wife of the late Aloysius Kessier; dear morr.er of Charles K. and William E.; fond grandmother of Cnarles a. J.. Robert R., William P., and Helen E. Service Wednesday, 1 p. j . at funeral home. 3751 W. North avenue. Interment Arlington. For information, BElmont 5-4047. KI.EMM Meta Klemm, beloved !ster of Amanda H. Chandler, daughter of the late Mr. end Mrs. Herman Vlzents, passed away Sunday evening. Resting at funeral home, 3421 Fuliertcn avenue. Services Wednesday. 2 p. m. Interment Forest Home. For Information, BElmont 5-6933. KLOFPHER Mary Kloepher, nee Lamutt, 5337 S. New England, loving wife of Otto; dear mother of Dolores Romic and Mary Lou; fond daughter of John and Margaret; sister of John, Margaret Gamache, Josephine Bolger. and Lt. Col. Fred. LT. S. A. At funeral home, 7306 Wr. Archer avenue. Summit. Just west of Harlem 1. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m., to St. Daniel the Prophet church. Interment Queen of Heaven. Information. GLobe 8-0208. KOCVERA Oscar E. Kocvera, beloved husband cf Tlllle Kocvera, nee Lukas: fond uncle of Bessie Krlbales. Funeral Wednesday. Nov. 23, at 9:30 a. m., lrom funeral home, 1359 Devon avenue, at G'enwood, to St. Ignatius' church. Mass. 10 a. m. Interment St, Boniface'. ROger Park 4-1617. KREl'Z Dorothy Elanora Kreuz cf 1133 S. State street, wife of the late. Joseph sister of Frieda Felber: stepmother of Kathryn Prlckett; Rose Payton, Margaret Gitzen; Frances Relnlnga; Frank Kreuz and the late Joseph. Resting at mortuary, 12 E. 112th place. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. m. to St. Nicholas church. Mass, 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Mary's. Mem ber of Third Order of St, Francis, St t-xzear iraternity. KRUEGER Marguerite Krueger, nee Ward of Wheaton. 111., wife of the late Mar tin A. Uormerly.cf Marshall Field Co. j: sister of Mrs. Albert Weger of Round Lake, 111. Resting at funeral home 120 N. Hale street, Wheaton. Service Wednesday, 2 p. m. Interment Wheaton cemetery. WHeaton 8-0016. Kl'BALA Clarence Kubala. age 21. sud oeniy, ol lxiwners Grove, lond sin of Michael and Stella Kubala: brother of Philip and John. Resting at funeral home 4343 Main street. Downer Grove. Funeral mas Wednesday, 9:30 e. m., et St Joseph' church. Interment Queen of Heaven. Kl'ZMA Dmytro Kurma. husband of the late Agnes: father of Victor Stephanie Wanda Alexander! Sarytchoff, Tillie Walter! Decyk; brother of Michael; prandfather cf Tommy, Daria, end Roxanne uneral Wednesday, 9 a. m., from chapel 2255 Chicago avenue, to St. Nicholas' church. Interment St. Nicholas" cemetery HUmboIdt 6-8220. LAGESCHIXTE Rose M. Lageschulte, dear sister-in-law of Irvln E. Landwer; dear aunt of William I. Landwer. Resting at funeral home, 149 W. Main street, Bar-rington. Services 2 p. m. Wednesday at funeral home. Interment Evergreen. LEVIN Samuel A. Levin, age 57. late of 7642 S. Essex street, beloved husband of Rose; dear father of Blossom Starr and Norma Goldman; fond brotner of Jack Sol, Betty Lewin, and Joe; grandfather of live. Services Tuesday. 11a. m.. at chapel. 3019 W. Peterson road. Interment Vest- lawn cemetery. Member of Abe Belsny Foundation: Hershel Levin Family club; Ephriam. Family club; Congregation B'nai Bezalel, and Jackson Park B nal B nth, Information, LOngbeach 1-1890. LIND Gust Lind, beloved husband of the late Beda A.; fond father of Herbert u. Ebba, Mrs. Jenny Rasmussen, Stanley L. and Clifford; brother of Maria Peterson and Eric; grandfather of seven. Service Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1 p. m.. at funeral home, 5200 N. Western avenue, corner of Foster. Interment Rosehill. LOngbeach 1-6874. LORR Albert J. Lorr, 2614 S. St. Louis avenue, beloved husband of the late Marie; dear father of George J., Albert G.. Sylvia Seery, and Mildred Lange; fond brother of Frank. Joseph. Charles. John, Edward. Anna Karas, and Rose Harris; six grand children: six great-grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. m., lrom cnapel, 2658 S. Central park avenue, to Blessed Agnes church. Interment St. Adalbert's cemetery. Member of Hughes council, 4th degree K. of C. LAwndale 1-3101. MA RTELLO Alfonso Martello, late of 404 E. 112th street, age 49, beloved hus band of Esther, nee Miiani: dear father of Brian S.: son of the late Charles and Johanna Martello; brother of Victor, Jo seph. Guldo, John. Editn Flezewskl, and Frieda Bergman, nesting at cnapel, 300 E. 115th street. Funeral Wednesday. Nov. 23, at 9 a. m., to St. Anthony s church Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy Sepul chre. FUllraan 5-2030. MARTIN Thomas Martin, age 59, of 1850 N. Keystone, passed away Nov. 20, 1955, Long Beach. Cal. Service Nov. 23d. 1955 2 p. m. Lakewood mortuary, Lakewood, Cal. MATTRER Frances Chappell Maurer, beloved wife of the late Louts A. Maurer; loving mother of Mrs. Thelma Pfahl and the Tate Louis A. Maurer Jr.; fond sister of Emma Holford, Albert L., George, the late Charles, Claude Ctiappell Jr., and Annabelle Palos; dear grandmother of Frances, Marie PfahL Resting et funeral home after 12 noon Tuesday. Nov. 22. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. m., from funeral home, Halsted at 76th street. To St. Leo' church, mass 9:30 e. m. Interment Holy Seoulcnre cemetery. STewart 3-7700. McGRATH Agatha McGrath, nee Tate, lov ing wife of the late Roger L, McGrath; devoted mother of the Rev. John J., Harold Mac, Edward, Roger P.. Agatha, and Mary Ebert; loving sister of Mollle Hogan; beloved grandmother of seven grandchildren. Funeral Friday, Nov. 25, 10 a. m., from funeral home, 412 N. Austin blvd., at Lake St., to St. Angela' church. Internment Mount Carmel cemetery. Member of L. C. B. A. and Altar & Rosary society. COlumbus 1-3203. MILLER Harriet Miller, nee Wesolowskl-, of sjui w. aotn place, oeioved mother of Frances Stelnke, Frank K., John K., Daniel, and Harriet Marchewka; mother-in-law of Clements Stelnke, Catherine, Victoria, Charles Marchewka. and Adolph MIynlec; 20 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren: four great-great-grandchildren. Remains at rest after 12 o'clock noon Monday. Funeral Wednesday, Nov. 23, et 9:30 a. m. from funeral home, 4860 W. 31st street. Cicero, to St. Mary church. Interment Resurrection cemetery. OLymplc 2-2005. Mrs. Wilbur B. BrazeU Mass for Mrs. Elizabeth BrazeU, 57, of 725 Grand av., Waukegan, wife of Wilbur B., assistant state's attorney and tax expert in the office of State's Atty. Robert C. Nelson of Lake county, will be offered at 9 a. m. tomorrow in Immaculate Conception- church, Waukegan. She died Sunday in Victory Memorial hospital there. She also leaves two brothers, Atty. William B. Crawford of Chicago, former assistant district attorney and former Coqk county assistant state's attorney, and Walter, and two sisters, Mrs. Nellie Hull and Mrs. Katherine Redmond. Glenn M. Hobb Glen M. Hobbs, 84, of 6720 Jeffery blvd., retired univer sity and industrial physicist, i died of a heart attack yesterday in a taxicab at 70th st. and Euclid av. He was a former president of the University of Illinois alumni association and was an instructor in physics at the University of Chicago for 13 years. Survivors include his widow, Lucy; a son, Wesley, and a daughter, Mrs. Glen-ita Fairfield. Services will be at 2 p. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 2024 E. 75th st. William E. Bergan Services for William E. Bergan, 80, of 1450 N. Mayfield av., who retired in 1941 as a police lieutenant after 29 years on the forcet will be held at 10 a. m. tomorrow in St. Angela's church. Lt. Bergan, who died 1 A i A A Sunday, was at Austin station at the time of his retirement, but he had spent much of his police career at the bureau of identification. He received eight creditable mentions. Surviving are his widow, Florence J., and two sons, John H. and William J. Mr. Augusta Dechent Private services will be held today for Augusta Hau Dechent, 93, of 1013 N. Humphrey av., Oak Park, in the chapel at 5911 Madison st. She died Sunday in a Chicago nursing home. Mrs. Dechent, widow of Louis C, a dress designer, was born in Chicago, Aug. 28. 1862. in the old Dupage house, a hotel at Randolph and Halsted sts., owned by her parents. Surviving are a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ethel Dechent and a granddaughter, Nancy Dechent. Mrs. Anna Schierholz Services for Mrs. Anna Schierholz, 77, of 2200 N. Lowell av., will be held at 1:30 p. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 5308 Belmont av. She died Sunday in Columbus hospital. Survivors include a son, Harry. -FUNERAL DIRECTORS- LAIN 5c SON Funeral Information SOUTH CHAPEL 31S W. 6 3D-ST. PHONE: WEntworth 6-0025 TUESDAY LENOCII Elizabeth J. 10 a. m. at chapel NORTH CHAPEL 5501 N. ASHLAND-AV. PHONE: LOngbeach 1-2645 TUESDAY BOHLIV Einar A. 3:45 p. m. at chapel CA.MHRON Maye 1 1 a. m. at chapel DOKMLING John C. 2 p. m. at chapel JAMSCH-Peter J. 10 a. m. in church NAr.KLSTADI-Robey 3 p. m. In chapel Rlf O Ida M. 1 p. m. at chapel WIIHERtLL Robert L. 2 p. m. at chapel WEDNESDAY ANDRFWS Margaret R. 10 a. m. In church OLIND John T. 1 p. m. at chapel SOUTHWEST CHAPEL 2151 W. 95TH-ST. PHONE: BEverly 8-2182 TUESDAY SIT DWELL David E. 11 a. m. In church WIII1E LarrleS. 1 0 a. m. at chapel WEDNESDAY GUTRICH Richard W. 10 a. m. in church FRIDAY FEJNO LouisC. 10 a. m. In church SOUTHEAST CHAPEL 2024 E. 75TH-ST. PHONE: FAlrfax 4-7177 Announcement IN ACCORDANCE WITH OUR DESIRE ALWAYS TO BRING TO THOSE WHOM WE ARE PRIVILEGED TO SERVE THE LATEST AND THE FINEST FACILITIES, WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE COMPLETION OF OUR NEW FUNERAL HOME. OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION 2 P. M. TO 10 P. M. except Friday sundown to Saturday sundown 1. PISER MEMORIAL CHAPELS 5206 N. BROADWAY C. H. JORDAN & CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 101 YEARS 221 E. Erie-st. superior 7-7709 IN MEM0R1AM- CUNNINGHAM Secor Cunningham Jr., Nov. 20. 1955. in New York, dear father of Mrs. Robbert A. M. Koch. Memorial service at St. James' Episcopal cathedral. Wabash and Huron, 11 a. m. Wednesday. Please omit flowers. KAUTZNER John A. Kautzner. Nov. '55. There is a link death cannot sever. Love and remembrance last forever. LONESOME MOTHER. DAD. AND SISTER. KACTZNER John A. Kautzner. In loving memory of cur Dad on his 11th anniversary. His memory is as dear today As in the hour he passed awav. DAUGHTERS AND STEPHANIE. KELMER Harry W. Kelmer. In loving memory of our husband and dad. who entered eternal rest six years ago today, Nov. 22. LOVING WIFE. DAUGHTER. AND SON-IN-LAW. MONROE Pfc. Thomas Allen Monroe, U. S. te M. O, 2d division. In loving memory 12$ of our dear son and brother, who passed away of wounds 12 years ago today at Tarawa, MOTHER AND PHYLLIS. ANNOUNCEMENTS MEMORIALS FOR THE HEART FUND are appreciated and tax deductible. They help research. Request information about bequests. Address Chicago Heart Associations 69 W. Waihington-t. . extension division. Winner of ! a member of the University a letter in baseball as an un- S and South Shore Country club, dergraduate, he championed i He. leaves his widow, Fannie; athletics as a legitimate uni-' and two sons, George, and Don-versity activity. ! aid. Services will be held at 2 ; p. m. today in the chapel at MRS. CRANE, 63, "651 Jeffery av. Mary Hazard Frost Mary Hazard Frost, 85, wi dow of Dr. Edwin B. Frost, astronomer and former director of the University of Chicago Yerkes observatory, Williams Bay, Wis., died yesterday in her winter home at St. Petersburg, Fla. She is survived by two sons, Frederick and Benjamin, a daughter, Katharine B., and a sister. Services will be held tomorrow in St. Petersburg with burial later in Williams Bay. Ray E. Lane Sr. Services for Ray E. Lane Sr., 69, of 1051 S. Elm St., Hins dale, Chicago attorney 42 years, will be held at 2:30 p. m. tnrl.iv in trip rhsnpl at ' Cottage Grove av. He died Sun day in Illinois Masonic hospital. Mr. Lane, who was an attorney for city council committees during the William Hale Thompson aflministra-tions, leaves his sons, Ray E. Jr., and John; and a daughter, Mrs. Virginia R. Vahey. Philip Masi Services for Philip Masi, 53. of 707 Geneva st., Dundee, owner of the Masi Bowling Lanes, Dundee, for 10 years, will be held at 9:30 a. m. tomorrow in St. Catherine's church, Dundee. Mr. Masi died Sunday in Sherman hospital, Elgin. Surviving are his widow, Stella; three sons, Nicholas, James, and Philip Jr., and his mother, Mary. Edward C. Craisr Edward C. Craig, 83, of 2373 E. 70th st., retired general counsel for the Illinois Central railroad died yesterday in Illi nois Central hospital. He was Lt. Donald R. Roland Services for 2d Lt. Don ald R. Roland, 22, of 215 Forest av., Itasca, Du Page county, air force jet pilot, will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 180 York st., Bensen-ville. Lt. Roland, who was the son of Charles E. and Kathryn Roland, was killed Thursday when the plane he was flying crashed near Mojave, Cal. Oscar D. Schweitzer Services for Oscar D. Schweitzer, 82, of 6320 N. Navajo av., retired department manager for Sprague-Warner company, will be held at 11 a. m. today in Graceland cemetery chapel. He died Sunday at Jackson and State sts. of a heart attack. Surviving 'are his widow, Louise, and a daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Keats. Mrs. George Tearney Mass for Mrs. Nellie A. Tearney, 62, of S. Campbell av., wife of George M., will be offered at 10 a. m. tomorrow in St. Rita's church. She died Sunday in Holy Cross hospital. Mrs. Tearney was a piano teacher for 40 years. Surviving also are a son, Thomas W., also an attorney; 3 brothers and 2 sisters. Secor Cunningham Memorial services for Secor Cunningham, 64, retired official of the Commonwealth Edison company who died in New York City Sunday, will be held at 11 a. m. tomorrow in St. James's church chapel. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Funerals a s low a s $239. INCLUDING CASKET MORE SERVICE at LESS COST ' ANDI RsON Gustaf Edwin Edl Anderson. ut-iuvru uu.suana 01 ine late lulls, nee Eiomoerg; lond lather or Roy and Mrs. Agnes .summers; grandfather of four; greatgrandfather of three. Resting at luneral home. 5701-03 W. Division street, where ocivu.es wiu De neia at i:3U p. m. Weines- aay, Nov. 23. Member of Metropolitan lodge, No. 860, A. F. & A. M.. and I. O. O. F.. No. 58. Interment Oakridge cemetery. AUstin 7-4440. ANDRFWS Margaret R. Andrews of 1009 Mulford street, Evanston. 111., Nov 20 1955, loving wife of Wallace H. Andrews: beloved mother of Howard; sister of Anna Everest Barbara, George, and Andrew Reis. Funeral from chapel, 5501 N. Ashland avenue, Wednesday, Nov. 23. at 9:30 a. m. tp St. Nicholas' church, Evans-ton. Mass 10 a. m. BAECKER Albert G. Baecker of 12030 Pamell avenue, beloved husband of Inez; fond father of Harold P. of Albuquerque, N. M., and the late Clarence A.; dear brother of the late Mrs. Lydia Day, Clara I., Emma M., Fred G.t and Carl. Services at chapel, 304 W. 119th street, Friday at 1:30 p. m. Interment Mount Hope. Member of Fides lodge. No. 84 2. A. F. ic A. M. In lieu of flowers please donate to Stewart Ridge Comm. church memorial fund. BALL Arthur L. Ball, beloved husband cf Vera; loving father of June Horwitz and Mary Pietz. Services Wednesday, 1 p. m at funeral home, 4 553-61 Milwaukee ave-' nue. Interment Union. Ridge. Member of .mcsEo federation or Musicians, local No. 10. BARK AN Vera Barkan. wife of the late Meyer: lr-ving sister of Anna Barkan: dear aunt of Rose Sweetow and Julius. Services Tuesday, 2 p. m., at chapel. 3019 W. Peterson. Interment Chicago and Suburban cemetery, Broadview. Loiinbeach 1-1890. BAR It Frank Bar-. Nov. 20, 1955. beloved husband of Margaret Patters' n Earr: son ol Louise and the late Frank Barr: brother cf Juhn. Herbert, and Phillip Barr. Services Wednesday at 2 p. m. at funeral home. 24 5 W. North avenue. Interment Concordia cemetery. BASILE Florence E Ttasll rw T?inH.-.- late of 7823 W. Winona avenue, loving wile of the late Charles N. : fend mother of Corinne Bltte, Doris Andrews. Russell, and the late Daniel: fond sister of Evelvn Perepcll; grancmoiher of Linda, Nancy, and Janet. Service Friday. 1 p. m., at chapel, 5744 W. North avenue. Interment Montrose cemetery. TUxedo 9-8223. BENTZ Alfred W. Bentz. Nov. 19. 1955, at Rochester. N. Y.. beloved son of the late J. Henry and Louisa Benlz: fond brother cf Jeannette. Harvey, and the lute Henry, Geoige. and Clarence. Graveside service Wednesday, 1 p. m.. at Graceland cemetery. ML'. berry 5-8614. BI KG AN" Lt. wr.Iiam E. Bergan. retired C P. D , ace 0 years, cf 1450 N May-iii Id avenue, belcved husband of Florence J.: dear father of John H. and William J . ; f rid brother of Katherine Guggins. Anna O'Brien. Mary ?haughie5y, James, and the late 1 nm. Jack, and Jerome; fond grandlather of Judy and Barbara. Funeral Wednesday. 9:30 a. m.. from chapel, 43 38 Fulierton avenue, to St. Angela's church, Massasoit and Potomac avenue, 10 a. m. Interment Pontiac. 111. Member of La Salle assembly. 4th degree. K. C: Hennepin Shields council. St. Jude's league, police branch; St. Joseph guild, 'police branch; P. B. A.; and the Holy Name society of St. Angela's church. Please omit flowers. Friends may call at chapel after noon Tuesday. EEimont 5-1610. BtRCFR Emma Berger, beloved mother of Arthur H. Berger of Los Gatos. Cal.; dear grandmother of Barbara Jean and Douglas Paul; fond sister of Mary Luels-d orf and Lena Kuehlmeyer of Huntington Park, Cal.; dear aunt of Jeanette Nelson and Joseph Luelsdorf and Judith Kuehlmeyer. Services 2 p. m. Wednesday, at chapel, 2221 Lincoln avenue. Cremation Graceland. Member of Women'! Auxiliary of German club and Independent German-American Women's club. BE RINGER James M. Eerlnger, Nov. 21. beloved son of Cecilia, nee Haas, and the late Charles; fond brother of Norbert Ber-lnser and Marlon Homey. Funeral Wednesday morning at 10:30 from funeral home, 6216 N. Clark street. Servic.es. in St. Jerome's church at 11. Interment St. Joseph cemetery. BISCAGLIO See Sardo notice. uot.K.M AN Jlyra Evelyn Boerman. nee Foster, of La Grange Park, formerly of Maywood. beloved wife of Albert: fond mother cf Myra Kusta. Betty Blackburn, and Albert; 3 grandchildren. Services Wednesday. 1:30 p. m.. at funeral home. Lake street at 2d avenue, Maywood. Interment Oakridge. Fillmore 3-0014. BRENSI.EY Harry H. Brensley of 700H Main street, Evanston, 111., Nov. 19. 1955, husband of Celeste C. Brensley: brother of Albert Brensley of Decatur, 111., Joseph Brensley of Chicago, Mrs. Alien Kooden of Savannah, Ga.. Marie Brensley of New York City, and Mrs. Louis Dubin of New York City. Service 2:30 p. m., Tuesday, at chapel, 1567 Mapfe avenue, Evanston. Burial private. Please omit flowers. Bl'SCH Frank J. Busch. late of 2105 S. 4 9th court. Cicero, beloved husband of Aznes. nee Triebull: dear father of Ruth Coy. Dorothy Metcalf. Frank R., and Virginia Darner; brother of Julius, Clara Bliss, Arthur. Herbert, Edward, and Clarence; grandfather of four. Services Wednesday, 2 p. m., at chapel, 6507 W. Cermak road. Interment Concordia. GUnderson 4-6310. CALL Wilhelmine t Minnie 1 Call, forrrferly of 3 2 33 W. Cermak road, dear friend of Veronica Rosenthal. Service 1:30 p. m Wednesday at chapel. 3834-36 Irving Park road. Interment Concordia cemetery. Inf., IRving 8-0666. CAMPIIACSF-N Gust a ve p. Camphausen. age 92. of 1136 S. Cuyler avenue, beloved husband of the late Xatie. nee MacDonaJd; dear father of Grant of Detroit and Grace C. Lowe: grandfather of Robert. Ethel. James, and Alice: seven great-grandchildren. Resting at funeral home, 6126 Roosevelt road, corner of Taylor avenue. Oak Park, where services will be held Wednesday at 2 p. m. Interment Waldheim. Village 8-6106. CAPPELI.ETTI John B. Cappellettl. late of 1220 W. Ohio street, dear husband of the late Angela Marie, nee Dl Leo; loving father of Rose Fornarelll, Flemmle Ven-trella, Virginia Kalacinski. Yolanda Smith, Fred, Michael, Joseph, Albert, and John Jr.; fond grandfather of 15. Funeral Wednesday, 8:30 a. m., from chapel, 5120 W. Fulierton avenue, to Sancta Maria Addo-lorata church. Interment Mount Carmel cemetery. ARmitage 6-7800. CARELLA Vlto Carella, devoted husband of Viola, nee Dennis; fond brother of Rocco, Carmen of Italy, and the late Nick. Funeral Welnesday. 8:45 a. m., lrom chapel, 813 W. Taylor street, to Our Lady of Pompeii church. Interment Mount Carmel. MOnroe 6-0449. CARLSON Alvina M. Carlson, nee Zuelke, of Maywucd. beloved wile of Albert B.; lond mother of Herbert B. end Donald A.; grandmother of Scott Albert; sister of Mrs. Ella Eilerbrook, Mrs. Clara Bartels, Fred, Walter, Elmer, Paul, Armln, end Alfred. Services Wednesday. 11:30 a. m.. at fu neral home. Lake street at 2d avenue Maywood. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens West. Fillmore 3-0014. CHAR VAT Elsie Charvat, nee Konvallnka. wife of the late George Charvat; beloved daughter of Bohumil and Mary Kon vallnka; loving sister of Mae Rlchter, Liliian Carlson, George, and Ben Konva-linka. Member of Unit Berwyn post. No. 422, A. L. Aux. Funeral Wednesday, Nov. 23. 1955. 2 p. m., at chapel. 6213-15 W. 26th street, Berwyn, 111. Interment Wood-lawn. GUnderson 4-2053. CICERO Angelo M. Cicero, late of 5540 W. Drummond place, beloved husband of Angelinc; dearest father of Joseph and James: fond brother of Mary Lo Giudice, Josephine Lo Giudice, Lillian Gutilla, Virginia Farina, Jennie Marino, and Philip. Funeral Wednesday, Nov. 23, at 9:30 a. m., from chapel, 2644-46 N. Central avenue, to St. Genevieve's church. Interment St. Joseph's. NAtional 2-1488. CLIFFORD Janet Clifford, nee Emmerson, of 7351 Clyde avenue, beloved wife of the late John J. Funeral Wednesday. 9 a. m., from funeral home, 2335 E. 75th street, at Ogiesay avenue, to St. Philip Neri church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Mount Olivet. SOuth Shore 8-7717. COHEN Elsie Eva Cohen, nee Goldsmith, of 10349 s. Calumet avenue, beloved wife of Robert: dear mother of Sylvia; fond sister of Harriet Goldschlag. Jesse, Joseph. Leo. Bernard, and the late Pauline Goldsmith. Services Wednesday, 2 p. m., at chapel, 6935 Stony Island avenue. Interment Jewish Waldheira crnttery. Acacia Lawn section. COLLINS See Robert J. Troy notice. CONLON Margaret Ulrlch Conlon. daughter of Mrs. Louise Schmltt: sister of Miriam Ulrlch Wagner. Carl, and Homer Ulrich; sister-in-law of Mrs. Walter Ulrlch. Funeral Wednesday. 3 p. m., at late residence, 529 Grant place. Interment Rosehill. CRAIG Edward C. Craig, Nov. 21, of 2373 E. 70th street, beloved husband of Fannie lone Craig; fond father of George M. and Donald C. Funeral Tuesday, 2 p. m., at chapel. Jeffery boulevard at 77 th street. Interment private. SOuta Shore 8-8822. O'BRIEN Mayme Sweeney O'Brien, formerly of 3018 Popiar avenue, beloved wile of tne late John; loving mother of William O'Brien and La Veme Blaeser: dear sister of Margaret Vinnede. Catherine Mooney. Michael Sweeney and the late Josephine Walsh. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. m.. from funeral home, Halsted et 76th street, to St. Ethelreda's church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Mount OJvet cemetery. STewart 3-7700. OLl'ND John T. Olund of 1736 Juneway terrace, . Nov. 21, 1955, devoted husband of Elsie M., nee Manthey: fond brother of Mansfield Olund and Esther Porters, At chapel. 5501 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Wednesday, Nov. 23, at 1 p. m. Interment Betnania. LOngbeach 1-2645. PPENHEIM Louis G. Oppenhelm of the Croydon hotel, beloved husband of Edith and the late Ida; dear lather of Sylvia Veltman end Rose Goodman; devoted prandfather of Beverly Herpe, Wayne Veltman, and Donna Gartenberg; fond brother of David end Phiiilp. Services Wednesday, 10 a. m., at chapel. 5206 Broadway. Interment Randhill Park. Member of Apollo lodge. No. 642, A. F. & A. M. ORR Luclnda Orr, 2921 Indiana avenue, Nov. 19. Funeral Saturday, Nov. 26, 11 a. m.. Progressive Baptist church, 37th and La Salle. Resting ai chapel, 3800 S. Michigan avenue. ORSINI Maria Orslnl. beloved w1e cf the late Joseph: loving mother of Mrs. Mary Frazzetto. Dante, Mrs. Phvllis Saunders. Mrs. Lucille Impastato. Felice, Wilson and Janlna: dear grandmother cf 10. Funeral Wednesday. Nov. 23. 9:30 a. m.. from funeral home. 5200 N. Western av., comer ol Foster, to Queen o: Angels church. LOngbeach 1-6874. PAKOVITS Agnes Pafcovlts cf 6522 S Green street, beloved wife of Joseph Pako- vits: dear mother of Mary Gergits. Joseph Jr.. Anne Stateritz, Helen Zappa, and Irma Ivancsits: fend sister of Marv Hcrvath and Pose Kurtz of North Hampton. Pa : fend grandmother cf 10 grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday, 9:45 a. rr... from funeral home, 79fh street at Loomls bouievard, tr St. Bernard's church. Interment St. Mary's cen:eteiy. Information TRiangle 4-1187. PAYNE Frank Edward Payne of 303 Sheridan road. Giencoe. 111.. Ncv. 20, 1955. husband of Seba Burnham Payne; father of Mrs. George Arthur Hurd: brother of Arthur W. Payne. Resting at chapel, 1567 Maple avenue, Evanston. after 7 p. m. Tuesday, where service will be held 2:30 p. m. Wednesday. Interment Memorial Park cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Cancer Fund. Women's and Children's hospital, 1600 W. Maypole avenue, Chicago. PETERSEN Henen I. Petersen, beloved wife of Frank W.: loving mother of Pvt. William M., U. S. M. C, Arthur. Edith and Frank Jr.: dear sister of Ruth Hertz, Ebba Byrne and Gertrude Asther. Services Wednesday, Nov. 2 3, 3 p. m.. at funeral home, 5200 N. Western avenue, corner of Foster. Interment Rosehill. LOcgbeach 1-6874. POCirs Benny Poclus. late of 6 24 2 S. Sacramento avenue, beloved husband of Catherine, nee Gedvllas; fond stepfather of Frank Bican; dear brother ef Frances Budreck. Funeral W'ednesday, 1:30 p. m.. at funeral home, 6 845 S. Western evenue, to Lithuanian NaUonal cemetery. REpubiic 7600. FRt'SIA Henrietta S. Prusla, loving daugh ter of the late Charles C. and Syivia Prusla: dear sister of Lauretta D.. Char- lene C Sylvia Guldager of Dcwners Grove. I'.!., and Shirley Haveck cl Wash ington. III. Resting at chapel, 938 W. 69th street, until Wednesday. 12 noon Services 1:30 p. m. at Our Redeemer Lutheran church. Interment Archer Woods Memorial Park. Hudson 3-0123. Ql'INN Mary Qulnn. nee NIchol. age 86 beloved wife cf the late Edward: devoted mother of Marie F. Shea and Francis T.; sister cf Thomas. Joseph, and Anna Hughes. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m.. from funeral home. 6150 N. Cicero avenue, at Hiawatha, to St. Joan of Arc church. Skokie. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery. PEnsacoIa 6-3833. EADCLIFFE Henry E. Radcllffe of 647 N. Monticello avenue, belowed son of the late John W. and Ellen J.; fond brother cf Ellen Spelrs, Hazel Falk. Gertrude, the late Lauraetta Burch. John W. Jr., and James. Services Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2 p. m., at funeral home, 5350 W. North avenue. Interment Acacia Park. Member of Adelphl lodge. N. 1029, A. F. & A. M.. and Stereotypers union. No. 4. Masonic services Tuesday, 8 p. m. TUxedo 9-8844. REYNOLDS Harvey W. Reynolds. Ncv. 20, beloved husband of Frances; oear tatner of Wayne. Ronald, and Susan; lond son of John; brother of Viola Caro. Funeral Wednesday, Nov. 23, 10 a. m., at funeral home, 2056-58 Belmont avenue. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery. Member of Sertoma club of Lake View. RIDLON Gertrude V. Rldlon, nee Behr. late of 5340 Montrose, beloved wife of the late Harold; loving mother of Roland J.: devoted sister of Mae Lakofka, George, and Frank. Funeral Wednesday, 1 p. m.. at chapel, 5844-48 Milwaukee avenue. Interment Mount Emblem. ROdney 3-5111. RIN'DERER See Basiie notice. ROLAND 2d Lt. Donald R. Roland. U S Jga M. C, beloved son of Charles E. and Kathryn J., nee Daniels: dear brother of Charles P. Resting at funeral home, 180 S. York street, Bensenville, 111., where services will be held Wednesday, 2 p. m. Interment Oakridge cemetery. SANDERS See' Nellie M. Tearney notice. SARDO Carmella Sardo. suddenly, ege 18, beloved daughter of Michael and Alary, nee Blscagllo; dear sister of Michael Jr. and Rocco; loving granddaughter of Car mella and the late Joseph Sardo; Lucy and the late Rocco Blscagllo. Funeral Friday. 9 a. m.. from chapel, 624 N. Western avenue. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery. ARmitage 6-7800. SCHIFKHOLZ Anna Schierholz. nee Dor- wald, beloved wife of the late Fred: dear mother of Harry G.: sister of Mrs. Emliie Egbers. Funeral Wednesday, Nov. 23. 1:30 p. m., at funeral heme, 5300-12 W. Belmont avenue. Interment Oakridge cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Shrii.ers' Hospital for Crippled Children will be appreciated. PAUsade 5-8740. SCHMATZ Fred Schmatz, beloved husband of Aiice B.; fond father of Le Roy, Robert, and Alice; one grandchild; dear brother of Emii of Oregon and Elsie. Services Wednesday, Nov. 2 3, 1 p. m., et funeral home. 1107 W. 79th street. Interment Mount Greenwood. Masonic services Tuesday. 8 p. m., under the auspices of Brighton Park lodge. No. 8 54. A. F. A A. M. Member of Chicago and Alton post. No. 562, A. L., and Plasterers union, local No. 5. SCHOENLFBER Marie I. Schoenleber, ree Kohle, wife of the late Max W.; loving mother of Hattle Carlson, the late Louise Huestls. and Max Jr.: fond grandmother of Irwin and Roy - Ohlson; great-grandmother of Wayne, Dennis, and Bruce Ohlson. At funeral home, 3918 Irving I Park road. Services Wednesday, at 1 p. m. Interment Montrose cemetery. SCHRACK Anton Schrack. Nov. 21, of 8 042 Exchange avenue, beloved husband of the late Theresa: loving father of Herbert A. and Mrs. Anita Holland. Funeral Friday, 9 e. m., from chapel, Jeffery boulevard et 77th street, to SS. Peter and Paul church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Mary's. SOuth Shore 8-8822. SCHIXTZ John F. Schultz, dearly beloved husband of the late Helen Nellie, nee Brown; fond father of Roy, Ernest, Bernard, Myrel. the late John W., and Donald; brother of Mollie, the late Joseph, Bertha, end Emma; grandfather of 12 and greet-g-andfather of three. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. m., from residence, 5649 S. Troy, to St. Gall's church. Interment Holy Sepulchre. LAfayette 3-0980. SCHTJMAKE1R Henry H. Schumaier, Not. 18, 1955. late of 4650 N. Rocaweu street, beloved husband of Kathleen, nee Scully: dear father of Robert end Mary J. Schumaker, and Alice Stroup; fond grandfather of Kathleen Schumaker, Joseph Stroup. and Louis Hoehn. Funeral Wednesday, 3 p. m., at chapel, 5149-51 N. Ashland avenue, at Foster. Interment RosehliL LOngbeach 1-5147. SCOTT Bertha L. Scott, dear mother of : Charles John and the late Florence Haas. Service Wednesday, 1:30 p. m., at funeral home. 3224 Montrose avenue. Interment Montrose, all six and slx 8 six one riss and the to news ; TRINKAl'S Mlrhael Frank Trlnkaus. 4321 h. Hcr.cre, Ncv. 21. 1553, JOv:r.g s n cf Marie and James Trttikaus; brother :t James Jr., Eddie, and Mane. At cnapel. 3i6 W. 63d st-eet. at Harvard avenue, where services will be r.e'.d Saturday. Nov. 26. at 10 a. m. Interment Mount Hope. TROY Robert J. Troy, beloved husband cf Margaret CoLitn? Troy; oear father of Eileen Morrow. Robert. Rita, and Donald Troy; fond brother of Mary Cornfield. Mar-cella Fulton, the late Lorena ar.3 Edward Troy. Funeral Wednesday. 9:45 a. m., from funeral home. 79th street at LoomLS boulevard, to St. Leo's church. In-erment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. infor.xaUan, TRiangle 4-1187. TI ETO See Czameckl notice. WALSH William H. Walsh, late 9f T?3? S. Sangamon, beloved husband cf Edna Ramsey Walsh; loving father of Lorraine O'Brien: fond brother of Helen. J"seh, and the late Emrnett Walsh: grandfather of six. Resting at funeral heme after 12 noon Wednesday. Nov. 23. Funerai Friday. 9 a. m.. frcm funeral hTne. Hals'ed at 76th street, to St. Leo's church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Mount OJvet cemetery. STewart 3-7700. WASHBISH Michael M. Washbush, Nov. 20. lond brother of Peter. Leona. Mrs. Ka' Hopkins. Matthias, and the jate Margaret, Anna, and Joseph; uncle of Grace Adams. Funeral Wednesday mcming at 9:30 from mortuary, 13 56 Wellington evenue. Services in St. Alphonsus' church at 10 o'clock. Interment St. Boniface's cemetery. TTASSELLFrances M. Wasileskl Wass?!!. nee Eieleckl. devoted wife cf the late Lawrence O; beloved mother cl Mary Krauss, Ann Haraburdo. Joaa Berrls, Sophia Conley. Bertha Wassell. end Edmund J. Wassell. Funeral Wednesday, 8:45 a. m., from funeral heme. 7S3S Cottage Grove avenue, to St. Coiumbnus church, for 9:30 a. m. mass. Interment St. Mtry's. WHITE Carrie S. White, are 90. 10312 S. Sceley avenue. Ncv. 20, 1955. wile cf the late Frank H. White; mother cf Mrs. Harold Dom of South Miami, Fla., Mrs.. Charles Yeomans of Winnetka. 111., Frank H.. and Harold H. White of Beverly HiUs, Chicago; grandmother of 12 and great-grandmother of 18. At chapel. 2121 W. 95th street, where services will be held Tuesday. Nov. 22. at 10 e. m. Interment Mount Hope. Piease omit flowers. WILCOX Lester D. Wilcox of Bellwood. beloved husband of Netha; fond father cf Imogene Amt and the late James: brcther of Harold C. Wilcox. Services Wednesday, 10 a. m., at funeral home. Lake street at 2d avenue. Maywood. Interment Sterling. HI. In lieu of flowers, make donations to memorial fund of Calvarv Community church. Maywood. Fillmore 3-O014. WITHER ELL Robert L. Wltherell of 82L Eastwood avenue, brother cf Mrs. Frank S. Engeihart: father cf Mary Janes, cf Milford, Conn., and Bonnie Harris of Omaha, Neb. At chapel, 5 501 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Tuesday, Nov. 22. at 2 p. m. Interment private at Rosehiil cemetery. Memorial to Cancer fund will be appreciated. WOLTER Charles J. Welter. 7454 Kll- Dourn avenue, Skokie. beloved husband of the late Kazel. nee Fisher: dear father cf Hazel Cupp: grandfather of M&riann. Fj-nerai Wednesday, 10 e. m.. from funeral home, 8057 Nlies Center read. SkoKie. to St. Lambert's church. Mass 10:30 a. m. Interment St. Boniface . ORchard 3-6111. WOODRICH Rita Woodrlch. tee Burke, j,-eiovea wne or wuiiani C. Woodrich; dear mother of William J. and Michael G.; fond daughter of the late Mark and' Annie Burke, nee- Jovce: sister of Norire, Thomas P., Anne Gallivan. Joseph, the late Kathleen McCloud and Mary Margaret Burke. At funeral home, 412 N, Austin -boulevard, at Lake street. Funeral Wednesday, 8:45 a. m., to Presentation church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Queen of Heaven. COlumbu 1-3203. ZIERDEN Henry J. Zlerden, beloved husband of Frances, nee Kuhn; fond father of Henry R.; grandfather of two; brcther of Margaret Henssler. Member of Roval Arcanum. 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Levy retired in 1951 and became a court referee handling much the same kind of cases as before. He quit in 1953 after an investigation by the state crime commission. Testimony pictured him as spending $400,000 while making less than $200,-000 as a judge; improperly discussing a case with a defendant, end handing thousands of dollars in court patronage to a son-in-law, David E. Frankenstein. 12 it

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