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CHICAGO TRIBUNE, TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1964 Section 2-11 1 yvvwyTTV Schreiner max o'siiay rzr vuni vni i nerrn iai irit I''ailv tcaaa ikj xuir rrN tKrrwC mruxr uajt DEATH NOTICES rr iso-r POtrriER around why, there aintt anjy worries me, chick. UTruVriV c-JJfCL. ZVS. 1 I TOWM COS. ME? I I BAfSnlBTBiVL-L- TBAM IN 1 I WTNnJlW TUJCT aAOMITV I Photakis Jomes Photakis, lote of" Berwyn and Cicero, beloved hosbond of Mcrtfto, nee Anlonogovlos; loving fofhor of Jooo Mary.

Nick, George. Daisy Acres, Mike, Helen Peppas, ond Gust; fond grandfather of 19. Funeral Thursday, 10 a. from Columbian Funeral Home, M91 North avenue. Oak Park, to the Assumption church.

Service 11 a. m. Interment I WHAT BRJNS5 TO ASK A i r- 5HEBAN6 COUNfTVi I COULD JSOPAOPlZB YOU FAVOR, Wr OUR AMATEUR 'K FORM ONE, STANDIN'J r- TIZE FldlXJTSTOrJES I I I Mcyugu) Sm4ia.w.. W. -Vg1 lVPIIiE 1 1 WheelS I unuARHiTT A LTTTLE MORE WOULD VtXJ CHECK THESE I I Following an executive meeting wmmb I I 711 lIILOv7 InpohJ fsnnie? fU-unm THINGS, BFG1N 7T HAPPEN.

C8l I I f'll I hkUVA IHt I 1 V'7 II I TV-STATION HOULP Wv-Jnr TMi. MISS I wmm mil. mmu HEmwi A ilaV 1 lU II 'Sit 1 1 Iff IR VJtf II Wl LL'jMil -J A USfcT-ar "VI 1 I If LOLLY VtXJfeE LATE I VtJWUTE 7MAT WOULO 25 All WUTE-5- I ZXD RELIEVE COMIU6 BACK, V-rr-i rtNiTT iW A YEAfe THAT BE I CM TO FR OV 2Q WCNZ UOUkJ ilGGIE MACIE 1 I i see vou csave I i Wioupee how "ZTTZ! OA, HI, UP yOXLREPUCINS HS KNBW THAT ft iO, JAJ -j BOARD RETAINS SCHOOL PLAN AT WAUKEGAN The Waukegan grade school board of education voted 7 to 1 last night to preserve the present neighborhood school system without further boundary changes. It acted in accordance with the recommendation, of a committee appointed in July to study racial imbalance. in the school system and to see if there are ways to change the condition." One member of the three- member committee resigned from the board.

Mrs. Ruth Ein- Harding Waukegan, said that she could not agree with the committee re port that "because none of the suggested solutions to the prob lem was perfect" no action should be recommended. Pro posed solutions rejected by the committee included closing two preponderantly Negro schools and transfering the students to other schools; and an open transfer policy for all grade and junior school pupils according to their wishes. Dr. William Rose, the only Negro board member and a member of the committee, agreed with the committee findings.

Dr. Jules B. Alten-berg, a white dentist, cast the only dissenting vote. The "board also defeated his motion to continue working oh the prob lem. Genevieve B.

Schreiner Jean, age 21, beloved daughter of Adam and Gertrude, nea Brzozowski; door sister of Richard, Geraldine, Dorothy, and Carol Ann. Funerol Wednesday, at 9:15 a. from punch lager Funerol Heme. 304 S. Home avenue, to St.

Maurice church. Interment St. Adalbert's. LA 3419. Schuller John Schuller, beloved husbond of the lote teredo, nee Linder; loving father of Joseph Helen ond Freda (Howard Krueger; grandfather of three brother of Daniel and Edward.

Resting at funeral home, 149 W. 51st street, until noon Wednesday. Services at St. Martigi's Lutheran church at 2 a. m.

Interment Newcastle. Pa. Ploasa omit flowers. PR 6-4246. Schumann SI org Schumann, nee Derry, beloved ife of the lote Chorles M.

F. Schumann; fond mother of Clarence Mov-bellel grandmother of three and five great-grandchildren; sister of Ernest Derry ond Vina Pope. Resting ot Horn-burg Son Funeral Home, 8400 S. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Wednesday, Jan. 15, at 1:30 p.

m. Interment Evergreen. Member of Waideck chapter. No. 579.

O. E. ond Howard H. Rohde post. No.

888, A. L. aux. Eastern Star services Tuesday, 8 p. m.

BE 3-4310. Scordato Mattio Scordato, nee LaPoglio, beloved wife of the late Frank; fond mother of Rose Arthur Stark; dear grandmother of Steven, Robert, and Roslyn; loving sister of Vita Gambino. Funeral Wednesday 9 a. from Man-sea Ico Chapel, 441 W. North to St.

Vincent church. Interment Mount Cormei. Ml 2-1234. Seidenfuss Lillian G. Seidenfuss, beloved wife of Chorles; dear mother of Dorey Anza, (Charles ond Ruth Ericksen; grandmother of eight; daughter of William J.

and the late Amanda Norman; sister of Clara Hoover ond Helen Duffey. Funerol Thursday, 10:30 a. from Geils Funeral Home. 180 S. York 'street.

Bensen- vitle. to St. Charles Borronteo church. Mass 11 a. m.

Interment Queen of -Heaven. PO 6-3232. Skinner Mathilda Gertrude Skinner, beloved wife of the tote C. Harold Skinner; fond mother of Elsie Jensen of Arcadia. Delmor A.

of Pasadena, ond Donald V. of Orlando, sister of An nette Erb and the Rev. James A Tucker. Services 1:30 p. m.

Thursday, ot the Memorial chapel, 5200 W. 95th street. Interment Fairmont. GA 4-0340. Stang Raymond Gippl Stong, beloved son of the lote Fred and Moyme nee Schneiderl Stong: loving brother of Gilbert Stang.

Hazel Pellegrino, Fred, and the late Howard and Burnell Shano Stang. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 o. from Blake-Lamb Funerol Home. 712 W. 31st street, to Santa Lucia church.

Interment I St. Boniface cemetery. Member of Dlvi--1 sion no. Z4i l. t.

ana Anay r-rain ushers, vi 2-1158. Stanley Jomes Roy Stanley. 129 N. Hamilton street. Lock port.

husband of Rosa nee Johnson; fother of Chester of Brookfield and Charles of Lock port; grand father of 11; brother of Elbert and Bert of Arlington, Ky. At Goodola Funeral Home, 912 Hamilton street. Lock port, where service will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. Interment Fairmont cemetery.

Willow Springs. III. Friends may call 7 to 10 P. m. Tuesday, and 2 to 4 and I to io Wednesday.

Steffen Milton H. Steffen, dearly beloved husband of Cotherine, nee Neylon; loving father of Milton Neil, Nancy Ludwig, Sister Catherine Joseph, I. B. V. M.

Janet, Sister Martin de Porres, I. B. V. M. Marilyn, and Thomas; fond brother of Edmee Len-hort; grandfather of four.

Funerol Wednesday, 9:30 a. from the Heenev Funeral Home, 2100 W. 95th street, at Home avenue, to Christ the King church. Mass 10 a. m.

Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. BE 8-5500. Stephens George W. Stephens, beloved husband of the late Christine; fond father of Avis Smith, Willis, Robert, and Dorothy Hicks; dear grandfather of nine. Resting at Olson Funeral Home, 447-77 Northwest highway.

Services at St. James Lutheran church, 7400 W. Foster avenue, Wednesday, Jan. 15, 11 o. m.

Interment Memory Gardens. SP 4-3333. Sullivan John J. Sullivan, son of the late Patrick and Ellen, nee Gorman; loving brother of Patrick Nora Quaid, the lote Mary. Josephine, ond Dennis.

Funeral Thursday, Jan 16, at 10:15 a. from Ahem Funeral Home, 1110 Modison street. Oak Park, to Our Lady Help of Christians church, for requiem mass at' 11 a. m. Interment Mount Cormei cemetery.

EU 3-5700 or KE 3-2394. Sypor Walter Sypor, beloved father of Mory Ann. Deak and Walter Sypor dear brother of Stanley ond Victoria Sloot; fond father-in-low of Edward Deak and Dianne; grandfather of five. Funeral Wednesday at 9 a. from JPociask Funeral Home, 1335 W.

Chicago ovenue, to St. Columbkille's church for moss at 9:30. Interment St. Adalbert's. MO 6-4443.

Torsiello John L. Torsiello of 801 t. Clorence avenue. Oak Park, beloved husband of Theresa, nee Melono; dear fother of Rosemary Belssner and Peter; brother of Corlo Torsiello, Romeo Torsiello, Jeannette Boda Foe Russo, Johanna Gerordi, Helen Tulocz, and the tote Michoel Torsiello, and Emily Logon; grandfather of John Anthony. Funeral Thursday, Jon.

1. 10:15 o. from the Joseph Nose Sons Funeral Home. 4714-18 W. loth street, corner of Euclid.

Berwyn, to Ascension church. Solemn reouienv mass 11 a. m. Entombment Mount Cormei. GU 4-0144.

Trocola Nicholos Trocola, suddenly, late of 234 W. 15th street, beloved husband of Angeline, nee Angio; deor fother of Marianne ond Joyce; fond brother of Marie DeStefano, Nettie Grippo, Josephine Izzo, Daniel, Peter, ond the late Ann Principoto. Funerol Wednesday, 9 a. from Rogo Brothers, 624 N. Western avenue, to St.

Romans church. Interment Mount Carmei cemetery. AR 6-7800. Udelhofen Ida Udelhofen of 311 E. 113th street, beloved daughter of the late Michael and Elinor nee loving sister of Sophie John, Elinor Kerrigan, Helen A.

Bourke; also the lata Bessie and Hubert. Resting at Cooney Mortuary, 12 E. 112th place. Funerol Thursday, 9 a. to Holy Rosary church.

Moss 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Mary. Uecker Alma A.

Uecker, sister of the late -Anna Ftogg, Lillie, and Williom Uecker. Resting at Ahlarlm X. Sons Funeral Mnm. 5701-03 W. Division street after 2 p.

unouT, wnere services will De held ot 1:30 p. m. Wednesday, 15. Interment Oakridge. AU 7-4440.

Vosota Eleonoro Vesota, nee Sergoilis, beloved mother of Charles Lillion and Bruno Genevieve of. California, and Vyto Lucille; fond grandmother of eight. Funeral Thursday. 8:30 o. from the Rudmin Funeral Home, 3319 S.

Lituonica avenue, to St. George church. Interment St. Cosi-mir cemetery. YA 7-1138.

Wanago Mory Wanago, beloved wife of Edword loving mother of Edward (Frances and Elynor; deor sister of Joseph in Europe. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. from the Paienica Funeral Home, .1945 W. 48th street, to St. Michael's church.

Interment Resurrection. VI 7-1231. White Charles A. White, betovad husbond of Anno; fother of Albert M. Anderson; grandfathar of Gail Duntemgn.

Visitation after 7 p. m. Tuesdoy, 1944, ot Beaumont Funeral Home, 851 Irving park rood. Funerol Wednesday, 1 p. m.

Retired member of C. F. D. Interment Concordia. RA 5-3132.

Witt Hedwig M. Witt, nee Pelz. late of 8725 S. Francisco, Evergreen Pork, beloved wife of the tote Ferdinand Witt; dear mother of Charlotte in Mrs. Erna Ctousius, and Mrs.

Hilma Ellinwood; grandmother of seven; great-grandmother af nine. Resting at Evergreen Funeral Home. 29 gsth ilrut Everarees) Park, ill. Services Wednesday, jm. i3, or i p.

m. interment Beverly. GA 2-7010 or HU 3-1212. Wood Mabel Jan Wood, nea McRoberts, 31 E. 102nd place, wifa of the lata George; dear aunt of Earl Carl, Russell Duncan of Orlando, la 4k ond the lata Wil liom McRoberts, and the late Mabel Duncan.

At Phillips Chapel, 10234 Michigan avenue. Services Wednesday, 1:30 w. m. in Torment ceaar park. Wysocki Stanley Wvsackl.

beloved hiiOeuLl Rose, nee Luczok; loving fother of Elizo- oem, jonn, Stanley. Horry, Rita, ond Beatrice; father-in-law of Albin Kamleniecki. Howard Luehrina. Eleanor. Jennie, and Rosemary Wysocki; fond aroTner or Stephen, Anthony, and Edward; grandfather of 14; great-grandfather of four.

Funeral Thursday, Jon. 16, at Tram woiciecMwsM Funeral Heme, 2129 W. Webstar avenue, to St. Mary of the Angels church. Interment si.

Aaaioerrs. AR -4630. Yonngqnist. Edith Ynujunulst, nee Osttund, beloved wife of the late Ernest; loving mother of Virginia R. Svenson and Doro- mea M.

Johnson; grandmother of five; sister of Esther O. Grant, Ruth I. Erickson, and Eleonore N. Ostium). Rest in at Peterson Funeral Mama.

4938 W. North avenue. Visitation Tues- oay, ro id p. m. service weanesoor, 1 a.

m. Interment Forest Park Home. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Austin Covenant church appreciated. ME 7-4441. Zambreno Joseph A.

Zambreno, beloved husband of Elvira, nee Lombordl; fond father of Ensign John, U. S. H. Ensign Pasauala u. $.

and Mory Frances; door son of Mary and the late John Zambreno; brother of Robert, Louis, Mary Mania, and Anna. Funeral Wednes- doy, 9 a. from Bociaaluaa. Fi ia s. Cicero avenue, to As- censraa church.

Oak Pork. Mass 10 o. m. interment Mount Cormei. Please omit flowers.

CO 1-oMO. Coni. from preceding pagel McDonald Nellie McDonald, nee Keegon, beloved wife of the kite James; fond sister of Frank, and Ann Singef; dearest aunt of Donald Brown. Member of the Roxol Neighbors, and Women's Benefit association. Resting at the A.

V. Furmon Funeral Home, 3100 Irving Park road. Services Wednesday, a. to Oar Lodr of Mercy church. Interment Calvary.

IR 8-5800. Please omit flowers. McDonoagh Margaret Ellen McDonough, kite of at4 Tontv, beloved daughter of Celio, nee King and the late Michael; fond sister of Martin Michael. John, Nora, Mary, Sr. Mary Anocleto, B.V.M., the kite Mark and Anne; dear ourvl of Michoel Joseph, Martin Emmet, ond Bridget Catherine.

Funeral Wednesday, o. from Rago Brothers, 5120 W. Follerton avenue, to St. Mary of the Woods church. Interment Ail Saints cemetery.

Please omit flowers. AR a-7800. Mclnerney i Catherine A. Mclnerney, nee Nessinger. beloved wife of John J.

dear mother of Marie, John J. ond La-Verne Mclnerney; dear mother-in-law of Marie Mclnerney; fond grandmother of eon marie ond Linda Mclnerney; fond sister of John, Vol. and the late Henry, Frank Crescentia, ond Joseph Nessinger. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. from Bloke-L'amb Funeral Home, 79th street at Loomis boulevard, to St.

Erheireda church. Interment St. Mary's cemetery. TR 4-1187. Mendralla Leo J.

Mendralla, beloved husband of Ann, nee Siwy; loving tatner or Leonora, Robert, and Williom; fond brother of Joseph, Aqnes Posierb. Catherine Ouszvn-ki. Walter, Ann Rybak, Anthony, ond Frank; grandfather of four. Funeral Wednesday. 9 30 o.

from the Koop Funeral Home, 5844-48 Milwaukee avenue, to St. Tarcissus church. Interment St. Adalbert. Member of Lofovefgf post.

No. 1ST, A. L. 763-51 H. Merehat Mary H.

Merchut, nee Kwasniok, beloved wife of Joseph; dear mother of Frank (Helen, Sophie (Herman) Velenruelo. Anno (Sam) LoRoss, John, Edward Louise, Stephanie Collins, ond Joseph IMarrl; grandmother of 15; great-grandmother of 10. Funeral Thursday, Jan. 16, 194, 9:30 a. from Plichto Funeral Home.

4348 W. Walton street, to St. Francis of Assisi church. Interment St. Joseph cemetery.

BE 5-7136. Miller Maude Miller, late residence, 117 Elmore, Park Ridge, beloved wife of the late George; loving mother of the lote Mildred Walton; dear mother-in-low of Herbert F. Walton; fond grandmother of Wesley S. great-grandmother of Kimberly Ann; dear sister of Or. M.

S. Henson. Services Soturday, Jon. 18, at 11 o. at the M.

J. Suerth Funeral Home. 4754 Northwest highway. Interment Acacia Pork cemetery. Member of Lakeview chapter 149.

O. E. S. In Sloie 3 P. Thursday.

NE 1-1240. Mills Frank W. Mills, husband of Florence, nee Alexander; brother of Horry the lote Clifton, and Oliver. Visitation after 7pm Tuesday, of Drechsler Funeral Home, 203 S. Morion ot Pleasant Ook Pork.

Service Thursday, 1 p. m. Interment Bettunia. Ell 3-3191. Mills R.loh Joseph Mills, 255 E.

Illinois road, Loke Forest, husband of Eileen Mc-Guire Mills; father of Mrs. Anne Laurie. Raloh J. Mills brother ofMrs. Marie Woods; grandfather of Williom Bruce Laurie Jr.

Funeral from John Corroll Sons Home for Fgnerals, Erie ot Wabash avenue, Wednesday. Jon. 15. ot 9:30 o. to Holy Name cothedroi.

where mass will be celebrated at 10 a. m. Interment private. Kindly omit flowers. Visitation 3 to 9 P.

m. Tuesday. Mitchell Louis Mitchell, late of 154 N. Woboij-sio. beloved brother of Mrrtle M.tcheM, Sodie Moore, ond Anna Mitchell, dear uncle of Edith Ellis, Myrtle Trudel Sn5 Robert Moore.

At DeVriendt Chapel. 2708 N. Western avenue. Funeral notice later. HU 4-1716.

Mondzielewski Constance Mondzielewski, nee Hunt, age 93 years, beloved wife of the late Ste-pnon; loving mother of Constance ILouis W. Oarden of Laguna Beach. Peter Mood. Clara IRoy W.T Crissy of N. Victoria IFronk J.lj Fnel, Hor-riet Mood.

Cecilia F. tArthu J.1 Rudolph, and the kite Asnes KJoss- Anno Mond, Lottie, ond Leone Pfyn-fond grandmother 42. Funeral from Tohle Funerol Home, 4325 Lawrence avenue, ot Thaw-day, :30 a. to St. Edward's church.

Interment St. Adalbert-? cemetery. MU 5-4400. Moore John B. Moore, beloved son of the late John and Bridget Folney Moote fond brother of Michoel, Jomes.

Thomas, ond Morie Kodero: loving uncle of Tercse Erickson; dear friend of Catherine Mc-Fodden. Funeral Thursday. 9 o. from Kerrigan Funeral Home. 551 S.

Asb'onJ avenue, to Visitation church. Mass 9:30 a m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. Member of Chicogo FirefFighters union. No.

2 Visitation after 7 p. m. Tuesday. 6-0031. Motzny Barney Motzny, beloved husband of the lote Helen; devoted Harriet ond Raymond Angela! fond brother of Harriet Bubocz and Anthony, rhnflK.

jane. Christine, and Judith. Funerol Wednes day, 9:30 a. m. from sroniey rmrau.

Home. 3060-64 Milwaukee avenue, to St. Hyacinth church. Interment St. Adalbert's cemetery.

Dl 2-2252. Madrak Andelo Mudrok, nee Story, of 2543 S. Fifth ovenue. North Riverside, dearly beloved wife of John Mudrok dear mother of Frank. Anton Clrenet.

John Annl Mudrok ond Mildred Robert Mclnryre: seven grandchildren. Service Thursday, 11 a. ot Cermak Home for Funerals. 5844 W. Cermak rood.

Interment Wood lawn cemetery. OL 2-0243. Nelson Marilyn Nelson of 3318 Lokewpod ove-- nue, beloved wife of Arthur deor mother of Ronald. Linda. James.

David, ond Paul. Resting ot Thomas J. Cooney Sons Funeral Home. 3552 Southport ovenue. Funeral Thursday, 2 9.

m. Interment St. Lucas. O'Connell Nora O'Connell, rate of Baroda, Mich-beloved daughter of the fate Thomas and Morv Ann. nee Crimmins; fond sister of the kite Daniel.

Mary Ann Moyme, ond James deor sister-in-taw of Lillian. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a. from Bo-land 8. Sons Funeral Home, 4138 W. Madison street, to Resurrection church.

Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Joseph cemetery. Visitation after 5 p.

m. Tuesday. KE 3-1024. Oliver Richard Lyle Oliver, Jan. 12.

of Oak Park. husband of Esther; father of the lote Neil Oliver; 9randfother of Shirley Moiewski; great-grandfather of two; brother of Myrtle 'Allen ond Katharine Sherard. Services Wednesday. 1 ot Suburban Funeral Home, 301 S. 5th avenue, ot Maple street, "Moywood.

Interment Mount Emblem cemetery. Fl 4-0100. Olivieri John Olivieri, beloved husband of Grace, nee Tito; loving father of Dr. Daniel W. Olivieri.

Louisa Zweig, and Ellen Schleder. Funerol Wednesday. Jon. 15. 9-30 o.

from Sullivan Funeral Home, 2701 W. 63d street, at Washtenaw ov-. to St. Rita church. Post comdr.

of Ronton post. No. 505, A. L. Entombment St.

Mary cemetery. PR a-8300. O'Neil John V. O'Neil, lote of Geneva, III-beloved husbond of Ethel; dear father of Peggy Pry; brother of Katharine Pendergost; grandfather of two; graat-. grandfather of one.

Services 11 a. m. Tuesday, Yurs-G raves Funerol Home, Geneva, III. Interment local. In Ilea of flowers make contributions to Chicago Light House for the Blind.

232-7337. Osiol Victoria Osiol, nee Wol. beloved wife of the late Jacob; devoted mother of nrtie iChesterl Pasowkx. Bernice (Edword Gembicki. Alice Edward Godzik, Chester (Adeline and Cosimer Reginal; door ount of Victoria, Natalie, ond Stanley Osiol; loving grandmother of eight; fond great-grandmother or ttve.

Funeral 10:30 a. m. from Ostooa Funeral Home. 5325 W. Fuller-ton ot Lorel to St.

Stanislaus B. 8t M. Interment St. Adalbert's cent-, eieryi Please omit flowers. Bt i-ai.

Pavese Morion Povese, nee Nigra, beloved wife of the lota Joseph M. loving mother of Madeline Vaeae li. Carmalla Joanna, Marian McCann. Joseph, Jean Lukav lewski. and Rose Marie Miller; land sis ter of Lucy Pakjaibo and Michael; arono-mafher of 18.

Funeral Thursday, 9 a. from the Koop Funeral Home, 5844-48 Milwaukee avenue, to St. Robert Bellor- miaa church. Interment Mount cormei Please omit flowers. 763-5111.

Peritx Elinor Bell Peritz. formerly of Chicogo. wifa- of Raymond; mother of Barbara, Raymond, ond Edward; daughter or Mr. and Mrs. H.

Bell of Sterling, istr of Herbert of Glen "Ellyn and Mrs. Robert McMullin, Weston, Mass. Services at Allen Funeral Home, Sterling, at 2 a. a. Peterson Waiter Peterson.

Jan. 12, 194, beloved husband of the tote Jamie Ekotom Pe- tersaffs dear, fattier of Dr. Arthur K. Peterson; grandfather of Mary Susan Mamal and Arthur K. Peterson great graadfurhei of Deborah Marnui; brother of G.

A. Peterson, Mrs. Eleanor Longshore, and Ruth McOouaall. At Laia'd. So Chapel, 2131 w.

9Sra street, Mil man Wadnesdoy. Service Wodnas-day. Jan. 15. 2 p.

hi Bethlohim Lutheran charck. 94th and S. Oakley av Interment Oak Woods. In lien of flowers. memorials may be sent-to Bethlehem Lutheran church Memorial fund.

I. VI 8-3010. ES 9-5151. Polcyn Harriet Polcyn, nee Oparka, died Jan. 10, in Yoanastomt.

beloved wife of the late Vincent; dearest mother of Shirley; mother-in-low of Robert P. Iverson; grandmother off Karen and Bobby. Funeral Wednesday. Jan. 15, at a a.

from the Klemundt Funeral Home. 3315 Irving Park nod. to lifknaculate Heart of Morv church. Interment St. Adalbert cemetery.

IR 8-1212. Polite Martin N. Polito. beloved husband of Meril. nee Hudetz; loving father of Prudence, Martin Nicholos.

and Stephen; fond brother of Mrs. Dorothy Fleischmon, Anthony Concetto Mrs. Prudence Shinn, and Dr. Nicholos A. Polito.

Resting at Starr Chapel, 2324 W. 111th street, until 10 a. m. Thursday. Moss 11 a.

m. at St. Michael's church. Orlond Pork. Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery.

Popell Edward E. Popell, beloved husband of Victoria, nee Kapala; loving father of Constance Polk ond Kathleen Vernon; dear grandfather of two; fond brother of Charlotte Potke, Marion- Mamen, and George. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. i from Hough Funeral Home, 4300 N. Central avenue, to St.

Bartholomew church. Moss 10 a. m. Interment Mary-hill. Kindly omit flowers.

PA 5-4300. Post Richard A. Post, beloved husband of Catherine, nee Shinners, loving father of Sharon Nestlehut, Patricia McLaughlin, Thomas and Richard grandfather of five; dear son of Agnes and the late Reinhard; fond brother of Eleanor, Bern ice Clomoge. Kathleen McCarthy, Horry and the late Thomas R. Post; son-in-low of Eliiobeth McCarthy.

Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a. from the J-leeney Funeral Home, 2100 W. 95th ot Hovne av. to Christ the King church. Mass 10 a.

m. Interment St. Mary cemetery. BE 8-5500. Pndlowski Michael Pudlowski, beloved husband of taMt Hmt fnthr nf Bernice IRnlohl Meverden, John Tillie, Joseph Lo- retta Henner.

ilouisi Driwen-borough, Frances Anthony -Nako, ond Bernice Frank Stapinski; loving grandfather and great-grandfather of 21. Funeral service weonesaay. 01 a. nmn Kiersch DeStefano Chapel, 2411 W. rhmui fwinii.

tn ct Stanislaus church. ntvrnwnt it Adalbert's cemetery. In formation. AR 6-2000. Pueliese David Pualiese.

age 6. Jon. I or Deerfield, beloved son of Joseph and 1 a Verne: loving brother of Joseph Theresa, Patricia, Paula, James, and Marv: dear grandson or Mr. ana rnrs. riettMhera and and Mrs.

Pugliese. Resting at Kellev St Spoulding Funeral Home, 1787 Deerfield rood. High-' land Park. Funeral mass. 10:30 a.

Thursday, 1, at Holy Cross Catho lic church, 724 fewer tone, ueertieia. Interment Queen of Heaven. ID 2-420. Qnesse William beloved husbond of Irene, nee Link; loving' father of Shirley Rich-nrdl Tufte: fond brother of Cathryn Gib bon; dear grandfather of WHIiom Richele ond Robert. Funeral Wednesday, 10 a.

from ColbuS Funerol Home, 6841-57 W. Hiaams avenue, to St. Monica church. En tombment in Mount ON yet cemetery. Busi ness Rep.

of Chicogo Plot janitors union local No. 1 of the Building Service Employees International union and Modora Council Royal Arcanum, sp -sisi. Re Vincenzlna Re, nea Tornabene, beloved wife of Charles: loving mother of Mary D. Gordon and Ban J. Re; mother-in- law of Ida campogna Re; rona grona-mother of Catherine Murphy and Virginia Kastel; great-granamotner or eignr, dearest sister of Joseohine Di Martino; manv dear nieces and nephews.

Funeral Thursday, 10:30 a. from Zimmerman .8, Son Chapel, 7319 Madison street. Forest Park, to St. Bernadine church. Mass "11 a.

m. Interment Queen of Heaven. Reetz Louis L. Reetz. beloved husbond of Anna.

nee. Becker: dear father of Vir ginia Panzke, Harry, Earl, Mildred Ceis-lewski, Bernice Lawera, Elaine Kersting, Anno Klomorick, and Evelyn Morgan; 30 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; two brothers; one sister. Resting at Jaeger Funeral Home. 352 N. Cicero ovenue.

Services Wednesday at 1 p. m. Interment Irving Park Boulevard cemetery. Kl 5-1320. Reid Lucille Reid, nea Washburn, suddenly, beloved wife of the fate Matthew Reid and William Kimmey; loving mother of the rate William and Betty Kimmey; rone sister of Gladys Moltov.

Sarah Helaeson and Urban Washburn. At Herron 8- Son Ham far FunaraU. 3117 S. Ook Park avenue, Berwyn. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a.

to St. Leonard church. Requiem mass 9:30 a. m. Interment St.

Joseph's cemetery. ST 8-2790. Refdenga Andrew Reidenga, age 56, beloved husband of Ann. nee Korte; dear fattier of Russell and Dale; brother of Ralph. Fannie Stoat, Grace Decker, Sue Zegers, and Agnes Bielema.

Service Wednesday, 1 p. at Bos Funeral Heme, 10834 S. Michigan avenue. Interment hope I Hill South. In lieu of flowers, please moke contributions to your favorite charity.

PU 5-3534. Reillv Charles H. Reiliy, Jon. 12, beloved hus band of Gertrude, nee Lavelle; deor father of Williom Charles H. and John grandfather of IV.

At Birren Son Funerol Home. 6125 N. Clark street. After 2 p. Tuesday.

Funerol Thursday morning ot 10:30. Services in St. Hilary church at 11 clock. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery.

Rennen Robert G. Rennen of 3000 Sheridon rood, Jon. 10, 194, devoted husband of Olive Rennen; beloved father nf Romaine Kling of Evonston; loving grandfather nf James Rennen Kling; dear great-grandfather of Laura Ann; fond oruther of Arnold J. Rennen and the late William A. Rennen.

At Lain 8. Son Chapel, 5501 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Tuesday, Jon. 14 at I p. si.

Interment private. Renwick Mary H. Renwick. nea Barfelt, dearly beloved wife of the late La Vern; loving mother of Minord Isabel, Le Roy (Elizabeth and the tote Stanford grandmother of six; great-grandmother of nine; fond sister of Natalia Renwick, Mollie Bona, both of Elgin, Paul and the late John, Cora Vickers, ond Edward Bortelt. Funeral services Wednesday; Jon.

15, 2 p. at De Nicholo-Lesniak Funeral Home, 5734 Diversey avenue, corner of Mango. Interment Acacia Pork cemetery. TU 9-0115. Riedl James C.

Riedl of Island Lake, beloved husbond of the late Elsie, nee Mkhelson; fond- brother of Mrs. Math Hecker Anna, Mrs. Frank Worack Dorothy, Mrs. Joseph Kling Rosel, Mrs. John Bartholomie Morie, Mrs.

Ted Clittenberg Viola, Eleanora, Joseph, and the lota Walter. Member of Holy Noma society and Knights of Columbus. Resting at Wauconda Funeral Home, 235 N. Main street, Wauconda, III. Funerol mass at Transfiguration church.

Wauconda, Wednesday, 11 a. m. JA -4691. Rogers Theodora K. Rogers Ted, Crystal Lake, beloved brother of Miss Eleanor Rogers, Mrs.

Margaret P. O'Neill, Mrs. Mabel Leal, and the late Charles and Clarence. Resting at Warner Funeral Home. 2 N.

Williams street. Crystal Lake, after 7 p. m. Tuesday. Funerol Thursday, 11 a.

at chapel. Interment Rosehlll. Information 815-459-3000. Rothwell Francis V. Rothwell, Oconomowoc, formerly of Chicogo, died Soturday, Jan.

11. age 78 years, beloved brother of Mrs. Jeessie.A. Miller, and- Miss Florence Rothwell, Oconomowoc; also survived by nieces, nephews, and other relatives. Services Wednesday, p.

at Forest Homo Chapel. 1015 Desploines, In state, ot Notbohm Funerol Home, Oconomowoc, from 7 ta 9 a. m. on Tuesday. At chapel from Wednesday, noon, until time of Interment Forest Home cemetery.

Rnescta 'Donald J. Ruesch of Gtenview, beloved husband of Kathryn, nee Monohan; dear father of Donald. David, Diane, Bryan, ond Karen; son of Joseph and Mathilda Ruesch; grandson of Mathilda Engel. Funerol Thursday. 1:30 at Haa Funeral Home, 8057- Niles.

Center road. mow. miermem sr. peter e-. It.

cemetery. Visitation after 7 p. m. Tuesday. OR Mill.

Savage v. Sarah Savage, nea Bonnay, Jan. 12, beloved wrfe of the lote Richard; sister of the late Mary Jane Hendea, Albert, and Arthur. Funeral Wed mow. Jaa 15, at a.

from Schmidt FonoMl 2oae-aa Beimonr avenue, to St. as church. Interment famllw ut viwianaa arrar a. m. Mongoy.

Schlntz Herbert S. Schhrtz, beloved husband of Ann. nea Sachor; dear father of Sarall Albert and Beverly Goldstein; trend father of four; fond brother of Howard Schurtz. Service Tuesday, 10 a. at Piser Memorial Chapel.

93S Stony island avenue. Interment Westlown. loose omit flowers. Friends are asked to gay their respects at ttBu of service. DO 3-4920.

Scnoyer-" Phillip Scttayor, betovad hatband of lovtna father of Agnes Lussing. Catherine Andritch. also the fata PhhV lipgrandfeniey of five; dearest arather of Hataa ZtmoMraojaj, aadj Mrs. Jaha Ha nag at the A. V.

Fna I Funeral llama. 3100 Irving Park rood. 1 Services 9:30 a. Wednesday, to St. i Francis Xavier church.

Interment St. Joseph. IR 8-5800. Tilt foav r--." II 1 1 II II 11 -v kw -OAv fill nVI OT VI 1 1 II VI Mm II I i i i -owdrar op i -a. ii 1 1 11 nuii aarciTr i Mary, 6.

The bodies will be sent to the Willwerscheid Peters chapel in St. Paul. The family was en route to the Boyne Mountain lodge for a week-end of skiing. A plane Cummings was piloting crashed in the snow-covered Pigeon River State forest. county coroner, said he was investigating to determine if death was caused by injuries received in an auto accident Nov.

11. His car collided with one driven by William P. Chapman, 25, Eola, at Liberty street and Eola road in Du Page county. Watchman, 60, Dies; Injured in Car Crash Carl W. Gansberg, 60, of 3S063 Glen Warrenville, a watchman at a bowling alley, died yesterday in a nursing home in Du Page county.

Samuel K. Lewis, Du Page PLAN SERVICES IN ST. PAUL FOR 6 AIR VICTIMS Services will be held in St. Paul later this week for six members of a River Forest family killed Friday when their small plane crashed into thick woods south of Cheboygan, Mich. The victims were Harold Cummings 36, of 919 Monroe River Forest; his wife, Patricia, -32; and four of.

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