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W PART 2- TAGE 11 F CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: THURSDAY; DECEMBER 28, 1961 DEATH NOTICES Cont. from preceding pagej Miley Julia Miley, beloved wife of the late William J. Miley; loving mother of Mabel Gary and Doris Blackshare. and Dorothy Neustcadter; dear grandmother of seven. Funeral Saturday. 9:30 a. m.. from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home. 79tb atreet at Loomis boulevard, to St. Sa-bina'a church. Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. TR 4-1187. Miller James D. Miller of 11115 S. Normal, devoted husband of Irene P.. nee Power; beloved father of James. Michael, and Lawrence. A3c, U. S. A. F.. Ent. A. F. base. Colorado Springs. Colo; six grandchildren: dear brother rtf Harvey of Oakland. Cal.. Hazel I Fit-rer of Downers Grove, III. and Doris Carmack of Aurora. 111. Resting at f'ooney Mortuary. 12 E. 112th place. Funeral Saturday, 9 a. m.. to St. Nicholas' church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Queen of Heaven. Mitchell Laura Mitchell, nee Flynn, beloved wife of the late Charles J.: loving mother of Charles R.; fond sister of May Morgan. Katie Follmer, James Robert Flynn and the late Evelyn Gatlin; five grandchildren and one treat-grandchild. Funeral Friday. Dec. 29, at 9:30 a.m. from Sullivan funeral Home. 2701 W. 6:id street at Washtenaw avenue to St. Rita Church. Member of Marquette Manor Women s Club. Interment St. Mary a. Please omit flowers. PR 6-8300. Mizanin JH Ann Mizanin. nee Zillmcr. Dec. 26. age 23 years, at Cortland, 111 , formerly of Chicago, beloved wife of John; loving mother of Susan Mane and Elizabeth Ann; dear daughter of Bertha and the, late William Zillmer of Chicago; dear sister of Mrs. Wilma ( avert of Lincoln. Neb. Resting at the Tews Funeral Home. 70th street and Phillips avenue. Services Friday. 10: HO a. m. Interment family lot. SO 8-6.959. Montgomery .lames Murray Montgomery, age 74. Dec. 2. of Highland Park, husband of th late P. -th York Montgomery: father of Mrs. Robert H. Black: grandfather ot Robert M. and James H. Resting at Kcllcy Spalding chapel, 191H Sheridan road. Highland Park, where funeral will be held at 1 p. m., Friday. Dec. 29. Interment private. Please omit flowers. Morano Marco Morano, beloved husband of Rose, nee Strammiello; fond father ot John Catherine I. and Michael I Grace I: grandfather of five. Funeral Saturday. 11 a. m., from McPhee Funeral Home, 71:13 S. Western avenue .to St. Adrian church. Mass 11:30 a. m. Entombment St. Mary. PR H-0777. Moritz Louis D. Moritz. late of "320 Yates , avenue, beloved husband of Clara; fond father of Alfred and Krnest; giandfathcr of Jacques. Funeral services Friday, 10 a. m.. at Ryan Funeral Home. 1420 K. K7lh street at Dante. Interment Oakridse. No visitation. F.S 5-2400. Mulligan Marv Rvan Mulligan, formerly of 5413 S Drexel. beloved wife ol-the late John Mulligan; dear aunt at Jerry Kline and Mary Kane Sullivan: fond Biandaurw of Patricia Sullivan Miceli. Funeral Saturday. 9 a m . from Blake-I.amb Funeral Home. 79th street at Loomis boulevard, to Little. Flower church. Interment St. Mary cemetery. Native of Nealc. County Mao, Ireland. TR 4-U87. Murphy Thomas F. Murphy., beloved husband of Cecilia, nee Connors; devoted father of Joanne Nicol.'iy. Thomas and Robert: dear brother of Joseph and Charles, fond grandfather of Elizabeth Ann and Richard Nickolay Jr.: brother-in-law of Alice. Margaret, Katryn, and Frances Connors: nephew of Katherine Anderson. Funeral Saturday. 8:45 a. m.. Irom Kenny Brothers. 5438 S. Ilalslcd street, to St. I i church. Interment Mt. Olivet cemetery. BO 8-0Gi2. Nnier Robert S. Napier. Dec. 2B, beloved husband of Darlenc. devoted father of Ravmond and Robert; brother of Mrs. Agnes King. Funeral Friday, 2 o m.. t Donnellan Funeral Home. .Tefferv boulevard at 77th street. Interment Oak Woods. SO 8-8822. Nelson Helene Nelson, beloved wife of the late James, dear mother ol Catherine Stron. James I Bud I. Raymond, and the late Adeline Derkow; grandmother of si; great-grandmoihrr of six: sister of William Naucl Services Thursday. Dec. 28. 2 p. m.. at Mat Funeral Home. 34 4" N. Central avenue. Interment Irving Park. Nicholson Har'v G Nicholson Sr . beloved hus-b"ni of the l.'te Marv: dr:-r faihir Kitty Finch Mary lluigley. Helen Aumistine. and Harry Jr.; grandfather of eight: grca - grandfather of five. Resting at li. vcrlv Ridge Chapel. 10415 S Kedzie where services will be held Friday. 1:30 p m Interment local. PR 9-4411. Nolan Martin V. Nolan. Dec. 27. beloved husband of the late Hannah; dear lather of Mary Bauer, Bernice Alschlager, Hazel Taylor, James Nolan. Catherine Nolan. Dorothy Vogt, Lucille Kostal and Wallace Nolan; grandfather of 3 8 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren Funeral Saturday, Dec. 30, at 10:30 a. m.. from Schmidt Funeral Home. 2056-58 Belmom-av.. to St. Andrews church. Burial family lot. Notter Bvron R. Notter. beloved husband of Mvrna: fond father of Robert B. and Charlotte; brother of Charles. George, Mrs. W. F. Higgins. and Mrs. Thornton Frv: grandfather of Robert. Byron. Marianne, and Colleen Notter. Funeral Saturday. 9:30 a. m., from O'Donnell Funeral Home, 1811 W. 103d street, to St. Barnabas church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Mary. BEverly 8-2245. Ohlman Mary Helen Ohlman. nee Plough, beloved wife of Gordon Ohlman; dear daughter of Lola and the late Bruce Plough: loving mother of Marvis Blass, Joan Lodico. and Judy Miceli. grand- motner oi tnret. iihiu imii i'i Plough, Marvis Gilley. and Orville Plough. Funeral Friday. Dec. 29, 1 ' p m. Chanel services at Rosewood Funeral Home. 4000 St. Charles road, ISellwcmd. Interment Glen Oak cemetery. LI 4-6667. O Mara Mary Jane 0"Hara TMayme O'llaral. beloved wite of Frank J.; devoted mother of the Rev. Frank .1. O'Hara nd .Mary Lorrayne Sullivan; fond sister-in-law of Vcrna Kennedy; grandmother of Maureen, Joseph, Kevin, and Denice Sullivan. Memher of St. Sabina's Altar and Rosary society and Legion of Mary. Funeral Saturday. Dec. :!(, 11:30 a. m., from Curlev Funeral Home.' 1241 W. 7!ith street, to St. Sabina's church. Mass 12 noon. Interment Mount Olivet. Oliverius Joseph Oliverius, late of 1901 S. Cali-fo-ma avenue. beloved brother ot Anna Novak. Frances Chmelar. Frank and William. Services Saturday.. 10 a m at H Marik Sons, 2534 S. Pulaski road. Interment Bohemian National. LA 1-3972. Opiola Joseph Opiola Sr.. beloved husband of Anna, me Babiarz; loving father of John, Edward. Joseph Jr.. and Anthony: dear brother of Rose Babiarz and Walter: fond tather-in-Iaw of Helen, Josephine, Mary, and Veronica: loving grandfather and great-grandfather. Resting at Skaia Funeral Home, 3io6 Belmont avenue. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a. m.. at St. Wenceslaus church. Interment St. Adalbert's. KE 9-1376. Orzada Antoinette Orzada. nee Jaslnskl. beloved wife of the late Andrew S. Oizada: dear mother of Lillian Milke and George Orzada: loving grandmother of Elaine Maley; great-grandmother of Cheryl. Denise, and Terrie Maley. Funeral Friday. 9 a. m.. from Theis Funeral Home, 3517-27 N. Pulaski road, to St. Priscilla church. Interment St. Adalbert cemetery. Member of St. Anzelm court. No. 584. W. C. O. F IN 3-58U0. . Owens Patrick F Owens, born in County Mavo. Ireland, loving husband of v in ifred. nec Phillips: beloved father of Maiv ( atmody, Patrick F. Jr.. Mar Saul V Cunningham. Joseph C Thomas E.. William R., George J Ruben A., and the late John M. and ..l.mes M.: grandfather of 22: great grandfather ot nine. Resting at Chanel 543S S. Halsted street. Funeral Friday, 9.3o a. m.. in Our I-ady of Solace church. Interment Holy Sepulchre. Info. BO 8-0661. Owerstrom Robert A. Owerstrom. aae 68. late of Mount Prospect, beloved husband of Naomi: survived by three sisters and one brother in Sweden. Retired employee of Oak Mfg. Co. of Chicago. Member of Chicago lodge. No. :i, L. O. O. M. nd Scandinavian Fraternity of America lodue. No. 166. Funeral Saturday. 11 a m , at Alt-Hanekamp Chapel, 3224 Montrose avenue. Interment Mount Olive. 1R 8-2036. Pascoe Sandra Jean Pascoe. aae 4 months, beloved daughter of Jean F. Hutchison: dear sister of Robert Hutchison. Services Saturday 10 a m., at Bourne chapel, Kedzie avenue at 65th place. RE 7-3232. Pecoraro Sam Pecoraro. suddenly, dear husband i of Hose, nee Cottaro: beloved rather of Joseph and Rosemary: fond son of Joseph and the late Fortunau: brother of Tony, Joseph, and Mary Lobuigio. Funeral Friday, 9 a. m.. from Lucanit Chartl. 409 W. North avenue, to St. Philip Benizi church. Interment St. Joseph cemetery. MOhawlc 4-5150. Penson Frieda J. Penson. nee Behrendt. Dec. 26, beloved wife of George E.: loving mother of Mrs. Donald L. (Eunice M.I Behrman; dear sister of Marie W. and Minna E. Behrendt, and the late Mrs. Emma Kube. Resting at the Tews Funeral Home, 79th street and Phillips avenue, until 11 a. m. Friday. Then to lie in state in Our Redeemer Lutheran church, 6430 Harvard avenue. Services 1:30 p. m. Interment Bethania. Memorials to Our Redeemer Lutheran church will be appreciated. SO 8-6959. Peters Louis Peters, beloved husband of Rose, nee Sachette; dear father of Marie (Frank Sanson I. Catherine IDominick Martinol. Jerry Mildredl, Frank (Hazel), Anthony (Marie I. Rocco and the late Angeline Garofolo; 16 grandchildren; and 28 great-grandchildren. Resting at De Cola Funeral Home. 1158 W. Grand avenue. Funeral Friday. Dec. 29, at 8:30 a. m., from chapel. Mass 9:30 a. m. at Santa Maria Ad-dolorata church. Interment Mount Carmel. MO 6-5288. Place Edward W. Place, brother of 1on C. and Luella Probst. Resting at Bcukema Funeral Home. 10456 S. Western avenue, where services will be held Friday, 1 p. m. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens South. BE 8-2144. Podosek Caroline Podosek, nee Ntemczura. beloved wife of the late Peter; loving mother of Stephanie Churchill. Lottie lArthurl Daniels, Michaline I Edward I O'Heath, Veronica I Arthur I Blindauer, Cecelia, and Ted (Margaret I: grandmother of 15: great-grandmother of three: fond sister of George and one sister, Anna, in Poland. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a. m., from Kowachek Funeral Home 5774-76 W. Lawrence avenue, to St. Con-tance church. Interment St. Adalbert. Quaiver Louis P. Quaiver. Dec. 26, 1961. he-loved husband of Pearl, nee Jarka; loving father of Henrietta (Eugene I Harper; dear brother of Clara Rank, Evelyn Kay. Helen Keyworth, James, Paul, Thomas, and the late William and Caroline Kosilek: and loving grandfather of eight. Funeral Saturday, 8:30 a. m., from Stanley Funeral Home, 3000-64 Milwaukee avenue, to St. Ferdinand's church. Interment St. Adal bert's cemetery. Retired member of C. r. D. and member of Firemen's post. No. 067. American Legion. DI 2-2252. Radciwill Matilda Radciwill. nee Traunfclder, beloved wife of the late Emil; dear mother "f Jerry. Funeral services Friday. 1 B. m., at McCampbell Funeral Home. 6453 Irving Park road. Interment Irving Park cemetery. PE 6 2693. Rakitak Ren R. Rakitak, beloved husband of Helen M., dear son of Susan, fond brother of Heln G Margaret Escal-lier, Anne McRee and the late Julia and Sgt. Peter U. S. M. C. Funeral Saturday, 11:45 a. m.. from Gaglin Funeral Home. 5935 W. Belmont avenue, to St. Ferdinand church. Interment St. Joseph. BE 7-4404 Reeves Daisy E. Reeves, nee Scott, wife ot the late James E Reeves; dear sister of the late Mrs. Hettie Gough of St. Louis, Mo.. Mrs. Hazel Lonergan ot Chicago, Miss Ethel Scott of St. Louis, Mo. Member of Riverside chapter. No. 861. O. E. S.; Chicago Conclave. No. 24, True Kindred; Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem. No. 48, -La Grange. 111. Interment Friday. Dec. 29, at the Val halla cemetery, St. Louis, Mo Information GL 8-0136. Riha Georsiana Riha. nee Pisingcr. devoted wife of John: dear mother of .lohn 1 and Richard F.; sister of Thomas and Frank Pisinger. Funeral Friday. 1:30 P. m.. at chapel, 5218 S. Kedzie avenue. Interment Bohemian National. PR 6-3809. Ritchey Helen Ritchey. nee Wood, Orland Park, beloved wife of Eldon; devoted mother of illiam. James, Daniel Michael. Linda, and Jack; sister of Margaret Hernandez. Harold Wood. Violet Maiberger, and Edna Schaeffler. Resting at Schmaedeke Funeral Home, 107th street and Harlem avenue. Worth, III., where services will be held at 2:30 p. m.. Friday. Dec. 29 Interment Beverly. Gl 8-6000. Rohaczewski Josephine Rohaczewski IKappI, nre Fornikowski. beloved wite ot the late Thomas: loving mother of George I Jo sephine I. Gertrude I Anthony I Kali- nowski, Jacob I'lheresal, Florence I John I McQuillan. Thomas Jr. I Alii dredl. Eugene I Clara I, Loretta Stan- Icy I Cygan. Lorraine Stanley Giza Leonard I Adeline I, and Anthony: 17 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchil drcn. Funeral Friday. 9:30 a. m.. from Drahanski Funeral Home. 1410 N. Ashland avenue, to Annunciation church. Interment St. Adalbert's cemetery. Information. AR 6-2934. Robinett Burton L. Robinett bchncd husband of Mildted. Member of True l.tlnc lodc. No. 994. A. F. A A. M. Mi.sonic services Friday. Dec. 29 at 8 p. m. Funeral Saturday. Dec. 30. 1 p. m . at Ma: Funeral Home. 3440 N Central avenue, Entombment Elm-wood cemetery. Romano Minnie Romano, nee Rizzo, beloved wife of Angelo: dear mother of Mrs. Marie ( Loren I Ei.de and Mrs. Roselyn John I Luciani: grandmother of four: fond -islet ' of Mrs. Josephine Romano, Mrs. Helen I.ubn, Pat Ritz. Ncal Ritz. Mrs. Elizabeth D'Amato, and the late Arthur Rizzo. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a. m.. from the Montclair Funeral Home. 6901 W. Belmont avenue, to St. William's church. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery N A 2-9300. Rozynek Marguerite Rozynek. nee Rettman. beloved wife of Peter: dear mother of Rcgina Proby. Harry, and the late Marguerite Jercha. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a. m., from Kortas Funeral Home. 8356 S. Marquette avenue, to St. Mary Magdalene church. Requiem mass 10 a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery. SO 8-1609. Russo Joseph R. Russo. beloved father of five; dear son of .Michael A. Russo and the late Berenice Cranston: fond brother of Michael. William. Berenice Peterson, and Edward. Funeral Friday, 9 a. m. from Wm. C. Smith & Sons, 2500 N". Cicero, to St. Lucy church. Interment Calvary. BE 7-8070 Sampson Earl W. Sampson, fond father of Rosemary Montgomery; beloved brother of Ray Sampson Sr., Bertha Masters and Ocie Harshbarger: nephew of Mrs. E. Walscott; and survived by several nieces and nephews. Services. Saturday, at 1 P. m., at the Spindler & Koelling Memorial Chapel. 1448 Otto bivd.. Chicago Heights, Illinois. SKyline 5-0242. Schaper Henry F. schaper, beloved husband of Rcgina: dear father of Norman and Oeoraia: grandfather of Norman. Rob ert and Warren; great-grandfather of five. Resting at Peterson funeral Home. 6938 W. North avenue. Services Friday. 2:30 p. m. Interment Arlington. ME 7-4441. Schroeder Emil C. Schroeder. beloved husband of the late Josephine, nee Sondereg-ger: fond father of Herbert. Elvira Dusek. Lillian Stepinsky. Henry, and Ruth Meister: 10 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. V isitation at chapel, 109 N. Cass avenue, West-mont. Services Saturday, 1 p. m.. at Bethel Lutheran church, Westmont. Interment Bethania. WO 8-2262. Schuman Ethel Schuman. nee Shulman of 7927 S. Yates avenue, beloved wife of Morris A.: devoted mother of Judith Lynn and Barbara Cohen; loving grandmother of Amy: fond daughter of Sarah and the late Benjamin Shuiman: dear sister of Ted Shuiman. .Marvin f Dates I Schulman and Sam Schulman. Services Thursday, 2 p. m . at Piser Memorial Chanel. 5206 Broadway. Interment Westlawn. Friends may pay their respects at the time of service. LO 1-4740. Sedell Alice B. Sedell. Dec. 26. 1961. de voted daughter of the late Charles and Sena Sedell. At Lain & Son Chanel. 5501 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Thursday. Dec. 2S. at 3 p. m. Interment private. Shea William N. Shea, late of 8951 S Dorchester avenue, beloved husband ot Mariorie, nee Coleman: dear father of Michael W.: son of Lena and the late Pat. r uncial r riday. 9 a m. from Ryan Funeral Home. 1420 E 87th street, at Dante, to St. Aiibe church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Mary's. ESsex 5-2400. Sienkowski Leo Sienkowski. beloved husband of Helen, nee Vacek; fond father of Thelma arul I.eo Jr.. father-in-law of Albert Pachla and Betty: brother of Anna Szeredy: brother-in-law of Stanley Szeredy: stepbrother of Victoria Borak. John Sienkowski, Stella Van Dvke, and Bernice Sitarz: grandfather of three. Funeral Saturday. 9 a. m.. from Fortuna Funeral Home, 4401-03 S. Kedzie avenue, to St. Joseph and St. Anne church. Interment Resurrection cemetery. LA 3-7781. Simon Pearl E. Simon, nee Samuel of 2909 Sheridan road, beloved wife of Sam; dear sister of Mrs. Archie H. Rosel Cohen, Mrs. Meyet (Dora) Goldtarb of Washington. Pa., and Mrs. Morris A. (Cyril I Halezy. Services Thursdav, 10:30 a. m.. at Piser Memorial Chapel, 5206 Bioadway. Interment Oak Woods. Please omit flowers. LO 4-4740. Sitar Anton Sitar. beloved husband of Anna, nee Pecenansky; dear father of Anthony Maier: fond father-in-law of Evelyn Maier: devoted brother of Apolonia Kobida in Slovakia; uncle of Mary Vardan. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a. m., from Machacek Funeral Home, 2245 W. Huron street, to Sacred Heart church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Our Lady of Sorrows cemetery. SE 3-5400. Skoglund Eric E. Skoglund of River Forest. Ill-beloved husband of Anna; dear father of E. Willard of Westchester, 111.. H Oliver of Evanstan, Gunnard E., Gun-hild Keene of Rochelle, 111., Henry L. of Gainesville. Fla., Carl E. of Deer-field, and Walter E. of Glenview, 111.; grandfather of 16; brother of Betty Younestrom of Chicago and Bernatd of Barrington, III. Services .Friday, 1:30 p. m., at Haggard Funeral Home, 124 Madison street. Oak Park. Interment Memorial Park, Evanston. Smith Thomas Smith, beloved husband of Mildred: dear father of Brother Stephen. F. S. C. Judith, and Jane; fond brother of Mary. John. Patrick, Phillip, Richard. Andrew, James. Sarah Northcote, Bridget Fowley. and U, Gmuth Iiillral CaturHnv a. m.. from Konitzer-Rowland Funeral I Home, 4152 N. Sheridan road, at Ritrnn In St fla church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment All Saints. BI 8-1536. Stack Max W. Stack, formerly of 4823 S. Ashland avenue, Dec. 24, 19B1. be loved husband of Lee Stack: fond father of William, Clara. Harold, Richard, and Edward Stack, and Marie Stubbe. At Lain A Son Chapel. 2121 W. 95th street, where services will be held Friday. Dec. 29. at 1 p. m. Interment Bethania cemetery. Steinberg Samuel Steinberg of 6230 N. Drake, beloved husband of Dorothy, nee Coleman; dear father of Janis Segedin, Karyl. and Michael: fond brother of Henry; son-in-law of William Coleman. Services Friday 1 1 a. m., at Original Weinstein and Sons Chapel. 3019 W. PetenVin road. Interment Shalom Memorial Park. Member df Irving Price Heart club North Shore Fellowship, member of Peterson Park B'nai Brith. Information. LO 1-1890. Sullivan Donald M. Sullivan, beloved son of Maurice J. and Margaret, nee Gallagher; brother of John W. and Sister Mary Maurian. O. P. At Smith Funeral Home, 17 Madison street. Oak Park. Funeral Saturday, Dec. 30. 9:30 a. m., to Ascension church. -Mass 10 a. m. Interment Mount Carmel. In lieu of flowers please make donations to Boys Town. Neb. Svaglic Margaret Svaglic. nee O'Connell. wife of the late Martin, Dec. 2o: beloved mother of Martin J. Svaglic; dear sister of Sarah Fitzgerald and the late Patrick, Mary. John and Thomas O'Connell. At Birren Son Funeral Home. 6216 N. Clark St.. after 7 p. m. Wednesday. Funeral Friday morning at 9:30. Services in St. Nicholas church. Evanston, at 10 o'clock. Interment Mount Olivet cemetery. Swan Joseph B. Swan, late residence Park Ridge, III., beloved husband of Virginia Weber Swan: loving father of James D. Swan II and Joseph B. Swan Jr.: dear brother of James D. Swan Jr. of Elkhorn. Wis., and Martha I Mrs. Robert T. Drake of Winnetka. 111. Services Friday, Dec. 29. at 11 a. m.. at the M. J. Suerth Funeral Home. 6754 Northwest highway. Interment private. In lieu of flowers contributions to the American Cancer society would be ap preciated. In state after 12 noon, Thurs day. Tano Carl C. Tano, suddenly, Dec. 26, he- loved husband of Helen I. lano, nee Norville; fond father of Louis C, Lena R. Todaro, Mary Ellen Loftus, and Teresa Ann Tano: grandfather of six. dear brother of Mary Caruso, Phyllis Hraun. John, Carmen. Geraldine lano. and the late Lena Poggetto. Funeral from Barron Funeral Home. 4 332 El- ston avenue, corner Pulaski road. Friday. Dec. 29. 9:30 a. m.. to St. Edward's church. Mass 10 a. m. Inter ment Mount Carmel cemetery. Please omit flowers. KE 9-6100. Thomssen Hattie L. Thomssen. fond daughter ot the late Maria and Henry J.: sister of William H., Herman, and the late Clara Wenzel. Services Friday. Dec. 29. 1 p. m., at Drake & Son Funeral Home. 5303 N. Western avenue. Interment Montrose cemetery. LO 1-6874. Thrams Frank C. Throms. late of 2807 S. Lawndale avenue, beloved husband of Pauline, nee Posnisil: dear father of Emily Kuzla, !eona Lipsey. Bernice Hoffman, Iorctta Libritz. Frank Thrams. Charles. Ray. and Clarence Haznedl: grandfather of 17. Services Friday. 2 p. m.. at H. Marik Sons Funeral Home. 2564 S. Pulaski road. Interment Memory Gardens. LA I-J92. Traub Mildred E. Traub. nee Hammerl, of Prospect Heights, heloved wife of Lawrence; dear mother of Jeanne; fond sister of Carl Hammerl, Myrtle Ewert, and the late Herbert Hammerl. Resting at Lauterburg & Ochler Funeral Home, 2000 E. Northwest highway, at Prindle avenue, Arlington Heights, where serv ices will be held Friday, 1:30 p. m. Interment lowne of Maine. CL 3-5423. Vaicekauskas Thcrese J Vaicekauskas. nee Dusek. and infant son Donald F. Vaicekauskas. 3142 S 48lh ct.. Cicero, suddenly, beiovtd wife and infant son of Donald V. Vaicekauskas, loving mother and brother of Thcrese Marie Vaicekauskas devoted dauehter and grandson of Frank J and Florence Dusek. nee Otis: fond sister and nephew of Mary Dusek: dinuhter-in-law and grandson of Rose, nee Kratcr. and the late Anthony Vaicekauskas. Funeral Saturdav. at 8:45 a. m , from Raleigh Funeral Home. 2307 S. Laramie av.. to Our Lady of Charity church, 3620 S. 57th ct. Mass at 9:30 a. m. Interment Queen of Heaven cemetery. OLympIc 2-0200 or Bishop 2-1799 Venard Francis C. Venard. beloved husband of Patricia, nee Slauter: dear father of Judith and Maryalice: son ot Blanche Venard: brother of Marshall Barlow. At rest in Sobiesk Funeral Home, 5948 W. Archer, corner Major avenue. Service Friday, 9:30 a. m.. to St. Jane de Chantel church. Interment St. Casimir cemetery. PO 7-8808. Vyduna Mildred Vyduna. nee Souhrada. of Oak Park, beloved wife of George F.; loving mother of Warren Garnet), Calvin I Grace I, and Lavcrne (Glenn Oaksl; fond grandmother of six; sister of Mary Vrba and Barbara Hospes. Resting at The Emmering Funeral Home. 6126 Roosevelt road. Oak Park, where services will be held Friday at 1:30 p. m. Interment Bohemian National. Member of Former Victory chapter. No. 810. OJvS.. and the Rose club. Inf., VI 8-61X16. Wagner George J. Waancr, beloved husband of Margaret, nee Kicchle: dear father of Mary Lois: brother of Helen Hoffman. Margaret M. Wagner, and Charles Wagner. Funeral Friday, 9:15 a. m. from Haben Funeral Home. S057 Nilcs Center road. Skokie. Mass 9:30 a. m. at St. Peter's church. Interment Mary-hill. OR 3-6111. Walley Pauline Walley, dear daughter of the late Joseph and Pauline: fond sister of Joseph and the late Aloysius. Funeral Friday, 10 a. m., from Ellgass Chapel. 4117 Armitage avenue, to St. Philomcna church. Interment St. Joseph. BE 5-6019. Ward Margaret Ann Ward, beloved wife of the late William: dear daughter of Mary E. and the late Michael F. Walsh; fond sister of John E., Joseph R. and Susan Molter. Burial Saturday. Dec. 30. Remains Setttgart-Kopf Funeral Home. Houston, Texas. Whalen William Whalen. formerly of Chicago, now Milwaukee, suddenly Dec. 26. 1961.' dear husband of Minnie, nee Schwichtenberg: father of Lorraine Day and Vermona Hutcheson; stepfather ol Richard Babel. Remains at Gclenc Funeral Home. 2316 W. National avenue. Milwaukee, Wis., after 4 p. m. Friday. Funeral 10 P. m. Saturday. Wilhelm Tlr A C Wilhrlm Sr stop 7fl Fort Lauderdale. Kia., Dec. 27, 1961, formerly uf Lincoln and Kelmont area. Chicaxo. husband ot the late I.ydia: F,hcrand && A,,hS father of six: brother of Huso. August. Helen, and OUa. Services and inler. ment in rort Lauderdale. Ha. Willard Anna M. Willard, beloved wife of the late George H.: loving mother of Rob ert; fond sister of Rose Glcason. Resting at Murphy Funeral Home. 7600 W. (.rami avenue, .it ,he circle. Funeral Saturday, Dec. ai), at 10 a. m. Inter nun! Kidgewood cemetery. 625-1111 or GL 3-1234. Wolfe Charlei .1. Wolfe, beloved son of the late John W. and Mary O'Connoi Wolfe: , fond brother of Margaret Lanum. Marie Kinnally. Anastasin McCabe. and the late John Wolfe Funeral Saturday. 9 a. m.. from Kerrigan Funeral Home, 5.V16 S. Ashland avenue, to Visitation church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Mount Olivet. Please omit flowers. PKospect 6-0031. W'uest Rev. Kenneth S. Wuest. Litt. D., late of Wheaton, III., beloved husband of Jeannette, nee Scnoll: brother of Ve rona Hiltabiddle, Florence Barrosse. and Ruth Springer. Services Friday. Dec. 29, 3 p. m. at Drake A Son Funeral Home. 5303 N. Western avenue. Interment Rosehill cemetery. LO 1-6874. Ziegler Anton M. Ziegler. of Palos Park, III., beloved husband of Helen, nee Schultz; loving father of Norman A., and the late Russell R. Ziegler; father-in-law of Theresa; grandfather of the late Roberta, and Wayne Ziegler; dear brother of Joseph Ziegler. Julia Janei. Emily Haugb. .Anna Echcrer, Josephine Schalla. and the late Bessie Pro-chaska and Mathias Ziegler. Services Friday. Dec. 29, 1:30 p. m.. at Stranky Funeral Home. 8112 S. Western avenue. Interment Evergreen Park cemetery. PR 8-0700. HICK O'SHAY f Y&F7..AN THI& . " I TIMS I'M SON' J ONTHE sJ ( X HAVg : OKAY: E5A&Y. . )9 TIMS l V CATCH YOU ! CONTRARY, V CAU&HT YOU I J : V 6TAKT CHA&1N' YOU J LAUSHSNS OY. . J gw i hw " y . tr-!ysvr p . msm i s 1- rSL.A ?he Chicago Tribune. f ' . - SMILIN' JACK ; - - j WI1U LAWWA& skids vom mo nosb m&u, lefty I I u Fa lefty, zmsW mz,tco,7ish ) f SKIPS ACCCSS TH CESEKT AT EDWARDS APR. V 1 t SO WORREDf I'M BLTTTWAT'S M .oww? mWw r In i h a i in i- i THE FLIBBERTYS I -1 I II LP I ft 1 1 i in i I i . r . n u ii i II r I j M tm II W II tm ikm hJ I J II I nn DAnc on a on I . w S -r MEMBER, DIES! , L. ? rH Roy C. Blackwell, 72, of 425 sfCijLsJ kr TlV Ash st., Lombard, a member V.'' ('Q K CJ1') ' JiJlhf3 ' county board since 1953, died yesterday of a heart attack. He was stricken while training a new hunting dog with a party of friends on a game farm of the Paul Butler estate at Oak Brook Judge of Hunting Dogs Mr. Blackwell was widely ' known as a judge of hunting dogs and officiated at many field trials. Seven years ago he was seriously injured when his horse fell on him during a field 1 trial. - j Mr. Blackwell, who was born in Hamilton, 111., joined the Western Union company in Peoria in 1904 as an apprentice telegrapher. He came to Chicago for the company in 1907 and retired in 1952 as assistant wire dispatcher. He was assistant supervisor of York township from 1947 to 1953, when he was elected supervisor, and since then had devoted the major part of his time to Du Page county affairs. Civil Defense Head He was the county's civil defense director, president of the Forest Preserve commission, chairman of the executive committee of the county board of assessors, and chairman of the public works committee. Mr. Blackwell was a leader in efforts to establish a Du Page county sanitary district, and in launching ths forest preserve district's new flood control and recreation program. He also was a director of the Illinois Township Officials association. Surviving are his widow, Marie, and a son, Harry G. Services will be held at 2 p. m. Saturday in the First Methodist church of Lombard. DR. BUNDESEN WORTH $392,336, COURT IS TOLD The estate of Dr. Herman N. j Bundesen, 78, former president I , , - , , , I 0t the board Of health, WaS valued at $392,336 in an inheri- tanCG tax rpflim filpd VPSfprriaV , ldA 1 ciui II ineu ye&iei Udy in county court. Dr Bundesen f . . si. . . tie was v . yK(4ir?; fM 4UftROUpJEED COUBA6E ANt Mft.CAOVVELL IN. AIIWHATWE YOU FICED YE4. ) Stricken while V--'k. lf?jL VOU'feE I A PUNCW OP TO TELL ME WUEhO HE THE TH0U6UT. E-UT V WIAA. VI 1 training a new " rJT c5 ftl6WT- VYe-MEN "N THINK IM WRONG VPEPARTMENT? I PON'TEE f-l--- The tax return showed the , estate consisted of United States j County Treasurer Aid savings bonds, common stock in i Mr. Freeman resigned his 16 corporations, and $175,000 in post with the Maywood depart-life insurance. The ttderal estate , ment in 1947 to become chief tax was estimated at $48,944 of police, guides, watchmen, and the Illinois inheritance tax and janitors for the county at $2,572. treasurer. He held this post Di . Bundesen in his will made until 1952. specific bequests totaling $71,591 i He is survived by his widow, to his widow, Rega - Marie, of 7410 Oglesby av. The remainder of the estate was left to three daughters, three sons, and four grandchildren. Killed as Paring Knife Slips, Pierces Heart Haverhill, Mass., Dec. 27 w Mrs. c. Gertrude Howard, 75, j died today when, police re ported, a paring knife slipped from a jar and pierced her heart. Police said she apparently had been trying to open a jar of preserves with the knife. ; aX. I LULL M. r tcm vn 1 mi i v i t i iiC a ajiao uitutuc vnn wrAki i iiwcue aiu,'av ai A W. 0. FREEMAN DIES; VETERAN IN POLICE WORK Chicago Lieutenant, Evanston Chief William 0. Freeman, 75, veteran Chicago and suburban policeman, died yesterday in his home at 361 Terra C o 1 1 a a v., Crystal Lake. For the last three years, Mr. Freeman had been- a legal investigator for the Chicago Motor club. But be- ' Mr. Freeman fore that, his police career had spanned more than 20 years j with the Chicago police force, on which he was a lieutenant, and 12 years as chief of Evanston police, nine years as Hinsdale police chief, and five years as Maywood police chief. Held Air Force Post In 1940, Mr. Freeman also served a few months as chief of the Bangor, Me., police department, then became personnel director for a Benton Harbor, Mich., shipbuilding firm. During World War II, Mr. Freeman headed the plant protection section of the army air force in the Chicago area. In 1942, he made an unsuc cessful bid for the Republican . . - Margaret, and three daugh- ters, Maxine, Mrs. Rita Feller, and Mrs. Mary Vandenbroucke. Mass will be said at 12:30 p. m. Saturday in St Thomas the Apostle church, Pearson and Florence streets, Crystal Lake. Fine British Peddler for Drunken Pedaling NEWCASTLE, England, Dec. 27 Reuters Revel Marshall, 18, was fined $1.40 today for being drunk while pedaling a three-wheeled vendor's cycle on Christmas eve. THREE PARACHUTE TO SAFETY AS JET BOMBER CRASHES Cole Camp, Mo., Dec. 27 ffl A B-58 jet bomber from Cars-well air force base, Fort Worth, crashed and burned about five miles east of Cole Camp tonight. The three crew- i : i j f l.. men uttneu uui baieiy. Whiteman air force base, about 25 miles northwest of the crash scene, said the bomber was in radio contact shortly before the crash. The plane's commander, Capt. C. L. Montgomery of Fort Worth, was injured slightly. The other crewmen were identified as Capt. J. M. Roddy Jr. and Capt. L. V. Hughes. Their home towns were not known. The plane blasted a crater 25 feet deep and 35 feet in diameter about 50 yards from Missouri highway 52. TEACHER LOSES $300 BUT WILL GET IT BACK A Michigan school teacher driving to River Forest last night to spend the New Year holiday got an unexpected amount of good will from police in two states who recovered her lost billfold containing $300 and some important papers. Miss Elvera Loesel, 23, of Birch Run, Mich., told Patrol- ! man Richard Samuel in River I -wry A- 1 L - -t- A. 4.1 A 1 roresi iasi' nignr. inai sne noticed the bill fold missing when she arrived at the home of friends in the suburb. She told Samuel the only place she remembered taking her wallet out of her purse was at a gas station in Olivet, Mich., where she stopped for a soft drink on the ride to River Forest. Samuel radioed Illinois state police at Irving Park road and Harlem avenue. They radioed Michigan state police, who contacted Olivet police. Olivet police located the wallet, intact, at the gas station. The police chief radioed back the message that he would hold the wallet for Miss Loesel and she may pick it up on her way back to Birch Run. FOCXD HANGED IX HOTEL Edward A. Stockmar, 51. of 6646 N. Monlicello iv.. IJncolnwood, as found hanged yesterday in ni room in the , Rancroft hotel, 89 W. Randolph . He had registered ' at the hotel Tuesday Police aid Stockmar formerly was employed by an advertising agency. BERCOVICI, 80 DIES; AUTHOR OF GYPSY LORE New York, Dec. 27 P Kon-rad Bercovici, 80, writer, musician and chronicler of gypsy lore, died at his home today. A newspaper and magazine writer, Bercovici also worked as a writer in Hollywood, and won a suit against CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Breaches 5 Disliked 10 Office 14 Succulent plant 15 Relish item 16 Ancient .seat of Irish sovereignty 17 Portico 18 Greased 19 Kind of test 20 Share 22 Retaliatory measure 24 Packing chest 26 Zero 27 Go full tilt 30 Meaningless 32 Revoke, as a legacy 33 Draw together 34 Elicit 38 Asphyxiate 39 Arrayed on the side of seriously 10 Bent over 11 Severe 12 Speak 13 Dimmer 21 Bouquet 23 Decorative fastener 25 Realm 27 Foolishly enthusiastic 28 Hebrew month 29 For feaf that 42 Salutation 43 Skills 45 Egyptian skink 46 Blundered 48 Rope 50 Shows derision 51 Take 54 British island near Sicily 56 Inseparable companions 4 1 j 17 : j 75 j j 9 j a 1 1 n illFH"' Ml. 27 28 29 I'"1i6 'jl k Wtow m , ' iftrcmp imtea m fti 32 33 ""34 j3i 36 37 38 . 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Bercovici came to the United States in 1904. 58 Put in wrong role 31 One of 62 Vocalize Columbus' ships 63 Affecting the eye 33 Youngsters 65 Dance 35 Distinctive 66 Stake- 36 Allege 67 Up 37 Espouses 68 Island country 40 Sine qua non of 69 Assemble fashion: 2 words 70 Gown 41 Fender bumps 71 Weakens 44 Hammers 47 Achieves DOWN 49 Serviceman'! 1 Breathless sound address 2 Hindu foot dye 50 Segments 3 Inferior 51 Province of India 4 Port on Puget 52 Dinnerware Sound 53 Inclines 5 Assemblage g Sowbox . 6 Stranger 59 Aspect 7 Sesame 60 Mistake 8 Always 61 Browns 9 Set apart 64 Link Puzzle of Wednesday, December 27, Solved Ka5eB-esh: u sei overs 1 gmthjttek P O R f I NGERBSTENO FwEBSOflARTI STS ic obB- 1 tm f u .H y h t v 5 1 lc-hah ' porta uH e ?J31 1 ret E'tchfil SETBl RAT F C3JBAT E c B O 1 T E3 I RONElTKE I LL AGE KGR E EKu i F 6 L I NE S

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