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I VMIT 4- PAGE 14 ROBBER SLAIN BY OWN GUN IN HOLDUP FIGHT Salesman Uses Judo to Thwart 2 Bandits N An insurance salesman used judo blows to fend off a roDDery attempt by two pandits, one of whom was killed by his own gun in a rough - and : tumble battle from a hallway to a Sidewalk Wednes day. The sales Fletcher man, Leonard Fletcher, 41, of 2005 W. 139th st., Blue Island, grabbed the gun and shot the second bandit, who fled but later went to County hospital for treatment of a shoulder wound. Assaulted in Hallway The dead man was identified thru papers in his pockets as Edward Guinn, 20, of 6441 Green st. The wounded bandit was identified by police as Stratford Thompson, 1628 S. Sawyer av. He first insisted he had been shot accidentally by a brother, but later, when identified by F 1 e t c h e r, admitted he took parkin the robbery attempt. He was held under police guard in the hospital. Fletcher, employed by the Commonwealth Life and Ac-cident Insurance company, 1558 W. 79th St., said the two bandits jumped on him as he entered the first floor hallway of the apartment building at 509 W. 57th st. Fletcher said one of the men pointed a gun at him and demanded money. Fletcher said he knocked the gun hand aside with a judo blow and began wrestling with the first man and was attacked from behind by the second bandit. Victim Shot in Neck The three tumbled down the stairs as the gun was discharged, the bullet striking Guinn in the neck, Fletcher said. He then fired at Thompson as he fled, Fletcher said. Mrs. Etta Tyler, a first floor resident of the building, who .witnessed the struggle on the sidewalk, said Fletcher told :her, " O, my God, I think I've killed a man." H. A. PTOLEMY, UTILITY SAFETY EXPERT, DIES Hugh A. Ptolemy, 76, of 4726 Beacon st., retired safe-'ty supervisor for the Public Service Company of Northern Illinois, died Wednesday in Bethany hospital. He retired in 1952 after 42 years of service, including 25 in theafe-ty post. He had been an officer in the utilities section of the National Safety council and the Chicago Safety council. Shortly before his retirement, he received the National Safety council's award of merit for "exceptional service to the cause of safety." I He leaves his widow, Ethel; four daughters, Mrs. Ethel Huster, Mrs. Ruth Luethke, sMrs. Marian Hermann, and ;Mrs. Mildred Rummelhoff; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Violet 'Holt; and four grandchildren. ; Services will be held at 1 ; p. m. Saturday in the chapel ;at 5501 N. Ashland av. $100,000 IS LEFT TO 1. 1. T. IN WILL : OF MRS, HILLS v The Illinois Institute of . Technology has received i I $100,000 bequest from the es nate of Mrs. Eleanor Hills, a Chicagoan wno died a year ; ago in Italy, Dr. John T. Ret taliata, -I. T. T. president, an- - nounced Wednesday. Mrs. t Hills was the widow oi : Charles W. Hills Jr., a Chi cago patent attorney. Hills, who died in 1943, was a grad- uate of the Armour Institute "of Technology, which was merged with Lewis institute I in 1940 to create I.I.T. 'Boy, 12, Catches Infant i . in Four Story Fall I DUBLIN, Ireland, Aug. 31 I Reuters A 12 year old boy ' caught a 20 month old baby - girl in his arms when she fell four stories from an apart-l ment here Wednesday night. Express your sympathy SEND FLOWERS FAItltEL-HYXES FLORiSTS 2024 WEST 95th BEverly 3-1020 " Phone Orders Promptly Filled r?5 ?J" ? p?g rT T tT S3 F OBITUARIES Albert E. Lewis Memorial services for Albert E. Lewis," 76, of 16 W. 580 87th st., Hinsdale, will be at 2 p. m. Sunday in the Manse chapel in Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian church, 85 street and Clarendon Hills road, Hinsdale. Mr. Lewis held patents for the Lewis Sanisafe industrial floor brick. He died last Friday in a Zion nursing home. He leaves his widow, Pauline; three daughters, Mrs. Mar-jorie Lehnhardt, Mrs. Jane Lovell, and Mrs. Betye Joukena; and eight grandchildren. Mrs. Elizabeth McGreevy Mrs. Elizabeth McGreevy, 58, of 210 E. Pearson .st., author . of : children's stories and editor since 1940 of the Catholic schools department of Scott Foresman & Co., 433 E. Erie st, died Wednesday in Wesley Memorial hospital. Surviving are two sons, Michael T. and Shawn F.; a brother; and two grandchildren. Services .will be held at noon .Saturday in Holy Name cathedral, Superior and State streets. David R. Stern Services for David R. Stern, 55, of 4903 Adams St., owner of Apex Collection agency, 1952 W. 21st st, will be held at 2 p. m. Thursday in the chapel at 5206 Broadway, Mr. Stern, who died Tuesday, was a 30th ward Democratic precinct captain and a past president of Lawn- dale lodge of B'Nai B'rith. Surviving are his widow, Rose; a daughter, Mrs. Iris Beermann; a son, Morton; two grandchildren; and a sister. Jay E. Cannon Sr. Jay E. Cannon Sr., 69, of 1239 Ardmore av., died Wednesday in Mercy hospital. Mr. Cannon was a salesman for 20 years for Amerline, Inc., division of American Molded Products company, plastic manufacturers at Chicago and California avenues. He leaves his widow, Marie J.; a son, Jay Jr.; and three grandchildren. Mass will be said at 10 a. m. Friday in St. Ita's church, 5500 Broadway. James H. Parsons Bloomington, 111., Aug. 31 Special James H. Parsons, 63, vice president of State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance company, died Wednesday. He had served as president of the Bloomington Association of Commerce, as dhairman of the Bloomington planning commission, and as a member of the Illinois commission on human relations. A graduate of the Kansas City school of law, he was a member of the American, Illinois and Missouri Bar associations. Eugene C. Wittick Eugene C. Wittick, 63, of 7859 South Shore dr., head of the industrial arts department in the University of Chicago laboratory school, died Wednesday in Michael Reese hospital. He had been a member of the department 31 years. Surviving are his widow, Mildred; a daughter, Mrs. Barbara Jelinek; and a sister. Services will be held at 3 p. m. Friday in the chapel at 2434 E. 79th st. Joseph F. Slana Mass for Joseph F Slana, 47, of 1045 Wadsworth" av., North Chicago, will be said at 10 a. m. Saturday in Mother of God church, 524 10th st, Waukegan. Mr. Slana, who was supervisor for the Chicago Title and Trust company's Lake county division at 15 S. County st., Waukegan, died Tuesday in St. Therese hospital. His widow, Betty; a brother; and two sisters survive. Mrs. Irving Herman Mrs. Anna Herman, 49, of 3608 Pine Grove av., whose husband, Irving, is a contrac tor at 100 W. Chicago av., died Wednesday in Augustana hospital. Her son, Nathan, and father, Sam Marttila, also survive. Services will be held at 2:30 p. m. Thursday in the chapel at 5206 Broad- wav- CHAPELS LOWt PRICES AMPLi PAIKIN9 CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: Til Mrs. Mary McLaughlin Mrs. Mary McLaughlin, 92, of 2904 N. Burling st, died Wednesday in her home. She was the widow of John McLaughlin, former Missouri Pacific railroad engineer, who died in 1935. She leaves four sons, Capt. Warren McLaughlin, U. S. N. R., retired; Harry, day foreman of The Tbibune mailing room; John, assistant to the safety director of the Pure Oil company; and Thomas, product publicity supervisor for the Quaker Oats company; and four daughters, Kathleen, a reporter for the New York Times and former member of The Tbibune staff; Mrs. William F. Sullivan, Mrs. Stanley Hoffmann, and Mrs. Orin Newlon. Services will be held at 10:30 a. m. Saturday in St. Sebastian's church, 824 Wellington st. Mrs. LilHe R. Powell Mrs. Lillie R. Powell, 86, of 1402 Lincoln st., Evanston, died Wednesday in an Oak Park nursing home. She was the widow of Lyman S. Powell, former'chief engineer of the Garland building, 111 rN. Wabash av. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Pearl Clag-ett; one sister; and one brother. Services will be held at 1 p. m. Friday in the chapel at 1567 Maple av., Evanston. Mrs. William A. Gavigan Mrs. Mary Gavigan, 71, of 712 Ash st., Waukegan, died Wednesday in St. Therese hospital, Waukegan. She leaves her husband, William A., a retired civil service employe at the Great Lakes Naval Training center, and one son, William J., sales manager for the Keystone Printing company. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday jn Immaculate Conception church, 300 N. West st, Waukegan. Dr. William F. Granzig Dr. William F. Granzig, 47, of 815 Oak ton st, Des Plaines, died Wednesday. He was a graduate of the Chicago Medical college, and had practiced in the Chicago area for 21 years, with offices at 7501 Milwaukee a v., Niles. He was on the medical staff of the Northwest hospital. He leaves his widow, Nathalie. Services will be held at 1:30 p. m. Saturday in the chapel at Lee and Perry streets, Des Plaines. FLOWERS Greenhouse Fresb Remembrances 410 PH. CE 6-3777 VI 8-4200 tsop U East Msnree firconhantat 909 M. Hsrlini klANSE FUNERAL DIRECTORS LAI N& SON Funeral Information NORTH CHAPEL 5501 N. ASHLAND-A V. PHONE: LOngbeach 1-2645 FRIDAY MeLF V Wilbur 2 t. m. at chapel W ALSH John F. 10 a. m. in cnurcn SATURDAY PTOLEMY Hugh 1 P. m. at chapel .NEAR NUKln LHArtL 1035 N. DEARBORN-ST. PHONE: DElaware 7-3036 SOUTHEAST CHAPEL 2024 E. 75TH-ST. PHONE: FAirfax 4-7177 THURSDAY MOXRAD David 1 p. m. at chapel vmnav TIEARXEY Jean M. 3:30 p. m. at chapel SOUTHWEST CHAPEL 2121 W. 85TH-ST. PHONE: BEverly 8-2182 x FRIDAY HOTJ8TOX -Ruth L 11 . tn. at chapel Piser MEMORIAL CHAPELS SOUTH NUKin NORTHWEST WEST CHICAGO C. H. JORDAN & CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 106 YEARS 221 East Erie superior 7-7709 CEMETERIES fIRVPTS MEMORIAL PifttK Two crypts in mausoleum for sale, fai very desirable location. Owner will sacrifice selling below cost. Phone NE 1-0941. FOR SALE 2 graves, reasonable. Woodland section. Lot N-6" 581. Notify woodlawn cemetery. Forest Park or Write MAH 2. Tribune 2GRAVEiot in Irving Park cemetery, chapel section. Reasonable. LEhigh 7-0413. , 4 GRAVE LOT Acacia cemetery. Choice location. Price same as original cost in 1937. MO 4-1097. IN MEMO Rl AM- HEIMANN Emma Heimann. In memory of my beloved mother. LILLIAN PIGONI Lt. Louis S. PIgoni. In loving memory of our dear son and Brother, who passed away 18 years ago today. LOVINGLY. DAD, MOTHER. BROTHER AND SISTER. COOK Edgar R. Cook, of Columbus. Ohio, one year ago today. In loving memory of our father. "In God we trust." Your four daughters, three sons, and your devoted wife Dalsia. FRATERNAL NOTICES ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORKERS UNION LOCAL. NO. 63 Services for Brother Ben Botelson, Friday, 2 p. jn., at funeral tome, 3918 Irving Park road. -ANNOUNCEMENTS- cancer RESEARCH EVERYONE'S Responsibility Your Memorial Gift or Bequest Will Make the Final Break-thru Possible. Tax Deductible. The Cancer Research Foundation 9 E. Jackson-blvd. HArrison 7-8855 DEATH NOTICES ANDERSEN William G. Andersen, beloved husband of the late Edna, nee Opfer: brother of Dagna Olsen, Fred, Harold, and Ruth. Member of Logan Square lodge. No. 891, A. F. & A. M. Funeral. Thursday. Sept. 1, 2:30 P. m.. at funeral home, 5300-12 Belmont avenue. Interment' Mount Emblem. AVe-nue 6-8740. .. ANDERSON Mary T. Anderson, nee Hosmer, beloved wife of the late Fred . R.; dear sister of Johanna E. Ryan. Frank J. Hosmer, and the late Caroline Holstein. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a. in., from funeral home. 1718 W. 63o" street, to St. Raphael's church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. PR 6-1000. 1 DEATH NOTICES A8HWOKTH Anne L. Ashworth, nee Enault, beloved wife of the late Edward W.: dear mother of Elaine Abt and Margaret Weinkauff of Hebron, Ind.; loving grandmother of eight; fond sister of Ethel Keller and Norman Enault. Resting at funeral home, 1136 W. 87th street, where services will be held Friday, 1 p.- ra. Complete notice later. Interment Memorial Park. RA 3-1100. AUMENT See Lask notice. BAKER George A. Baker, age 56. August 31, 1960, beloved husband of Maizie, nee Sturgeon; fond father of the late Janis Gapp; dear brother of Gladyce B. Schildein; loving grandfather of Linda Jane Gapp. Service Saturday, 1 p. m.. at chapel, 3905-07 N. Lincoln avenue. UnUer auspices of Theodore Roosevelt lodge. No. 1022, A. F. & A. M., which he was past master. Interment Acacia Park, BARKER See Effie M. Kapp notice. BIEKER Christine Bieker, wife of the late Fred W.: dear mother of Mrs. Alma Hoff, Mrs. Elsie Annock, Fred W. Jr.. Robert O., and Mrs. Edna Gieseke. Services Friday, 2 p. m.. at funeral home, 6621 W. North avenue, Oak Park. Interment Forest Home cemetery. VI 8-3010, ES 9-5151. BLAHO Anton Blaho of 8536 Buffalo avenue, beloved husband of Julia: fond father of Valerie Darien, Margaret Harris, Irene Mihalovits, John, Steve and Eugene Blaho; brother of John. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a. m.. from chapel, 9108 Cottage Grove avenue, to Our Lady of Hungary church. Interment St. Mary's. BOHADLO See Sykora notice. BORCHERDT Elsie Borcherdt, Aug. 31. 1960, of 3000 N. Sheridan toad. Funeral notice later. SU 7-7709. BOTELSON Bernard M. Botelson, beloved husband of Hilda M-, nee Hanson; loving father of Bernard Jr.. Dorothy Carlson, and Wilbert Botelson; fond grandfather of five; dear brother of Harold Roger Bergengren. At funeral home, 3918 Irving Park road. Masonic service Thursday. S p. m., by Cornerstone lodge. No. 875. A. F. A A. M. Funeral services Friday, 2 p. m. Interment Irving Park. IRving 8-O038- BRAND See Peters notice. BRANT Mary Ida Brant fMael, beloved wife of Fred S. Brant; mother of Arthur C. Engel of Hometown. III.: two brothers, Edward Beduhn and Arthur Beduhn. Funeral Saturday at 2 p. m., at Bodine Shelby funeral home in Covington. Ind. Interment Mount Hope cemetery. SYcamore 3-2221. BROt'XT Fred C. Brount of 5200 Sheridan road, devoted son of Ray Brount Adelman and the late Charles Brount: fond brother of Leonard Brount and Florence Rosen. Services Thursday, 10 a. m.. at chapel, 5206 Broadway. Interment Rosemont Park. LO 1-4740. BRUCATO Josepn Brucato, beloved husband of Josephine, nee Arvia; fond father of Sebastian ISaml and Paul: grandfather of Sharon Marie; brother of MarxDipola, Jennie, Salmondca, and James. Funeral Friday, 9 a. m., from mortuary. 1OO0-101O E. 79th street, at Ellis avenue, to St. Bernadette church. 9331 S- Francisco ' avenue. Evergreen Park., Mass 10 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. CALTAGIRONTB John Caltaairone. beloved son of Peter and Irene, nee Frontczak: beloved brother of Michael and Joan: grandson of Josephine Calta-girooe and Mary Frontczak. Resting at funeral home. 6833-35 W. Grand avenue. Funeral Friday. Sept. 2. at 9 a. m., St. William's church. Interment St. Joseph. ME 7-8280. CANNON Jay K. Cannon Sr.. August 31, dearly beloved husband of Marie, nee Caestecker; dear father of Jay E. Cannon Jr.; devoted grandfather of Jay E., Ill, Patricia, and Thomas. At funeral home. 6216 N. Clark street, after 1 p. ro. Thursday. Funeral Friday mora- ' lng at 9:30. Services in St. Ita church, at 10 o'clock. Interment All Saints' cemetery. CAPECE See Lask notice. CA8TELLAXI Eugene Castellanl. beloved husband of Mabel, nee DeMellite: dear father of Eugene: fond brother of Laura Camilletti. Olympia Strazzaboaco, and Walter Leporatti of France: son-in-law of Millie DeMellite. Funeral Friday. 9:30 a. m.. from funeral borne, 5017 W. Chicago avenue, to Our Lady Help of Christians church. Mass 10 a. m. .In terment .Mount t-armei. aiemrwr oi Holy Name society and C. O. T. and A. B.. local No. 25. Please omit flowers. MA 6-2118. CATLIN Ivin L. Catlin of 827 3d avenue. Des Plaines, 111., dearly beloved husband of Mildred, nee Miznen loving father of Lyle B. Resting at funeral home 820 Talcott road, at Cumberland, Park Ridge. Funeral Thursday. Sept. 1, at 2 p. m. Burial Ridgewood cemetery. TA 3-5122. COEX See Pikowsky notice. COHEN Edward Cohen. 7538 S. Ken wood avenue, dear brother of the late Louis, l.izie Conn. Morris H., Benjamin, and Daniel D. Cohen. Eva Freund, and Rebecca Marks. Masonic service at 8 30 p. m. Thursday at chapel. 2100 E. 75th street, at Clyde, under ausrices of f hicago lodge, No. 4J.. A. r . A. M. Interment Bichur Cholem. Friday. 11 a. m. MI 3-5400. COM.KV Mary Ellen Conley. rtee (ionan: beloved wife of the late .James A.; loving mother of Helen Koncar. Ruth Van, Loretta Greenwood. Frances vogel, and Marguerite Rode: grandmother of II; fond sister of Ann K locker. Laura, the 4ate Agnes Searie, Mand and Francis. At funeral home. 3246 Jackson boulevard. Complete notice later. KE 3-2394. COPPEN8 Beatrice Twombly Coppens. beloved wile of Theodore Coppens: dear sister of Sarah Campana. Evelyn Hayes, Robert. Clarence Twombly. Alice Wilt gen. and the late Frank Twombly. Funeral Saturday. 12:30 p. m., from chapel. 712 W. 31st street, to Ever green cemetery. l 2-1158. CYGANOWSKI Lawrence J. Cygaoow ski, dear husband of the late Rose; beloved, father of Joseph f Katharine 1 Mrs. Jean Perkins. Mrs. Gertrude (Ste wart Brown, Mrs. Florence Harry I Tomaras: grandfather of Jonelle. Bruce. Roselyn, Deanna, and Roger; fond brother of Sister M. Genevieve, and Walter. Funeral Friday. 9:30 a. m.. from funeral borne. 6901 W. Belmont avenue, to Holy Trinity. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery. NA 2-9300. DAHL Hans T. Dahl ot 1585 Ridge avenue. Kvanston. Aug. 29, 1960. bus-band of Martha D. Dahl; father of Mrs. Arthur R. Brucggeman of Wilmette and Russell H. Potts of Evanston; five grandchildren; brother of Mrs. Fred Mathison and Mrs. Iver Oveson. Friends may call at chapel. 1567 Maple avenue, Evanston. Wednesday afternoon and evening, where services will be held 2:30 p. m.. Thursday. Interment Mesaorial Park cemetery. DAPSER Anna Dapser, nee Lenkart, of 840 W. 33d place, beloved wife ot August; dear mother of Richard Frances 1 and Donald Lorraine 1 ; two grandchildren: sister of Joseph and Alice Blin. Funeral Saturday, Sept. 3. at 8:30 a. m., from funeral home. 3307 S. Lituanica avenue, to 'St. George's church. Interment St. Casimir's. YA 7-3401. DAVIES J. Walter Davies. beloved hus band of Genevieve, nee Gibbons; fond father of Walter J. Davis and the late June; grandfather of Jerry Davis: great-grandfather of Kevin. Funeral Saturday, 8:30 a. m.. from funeral home, 1018-20 W. .79th street, to St, Thomas More church. Interment St. Mary. VI 6-0600. DAVIS See J. Walter Davtes notice. DeMELLITE See Castellani notice. DJ3 VITO See Marino notice. DON OVITCH Margaret T. Donovitch. beloved wife of the late Frank Donovitch; dear mother of Lorraine Klecka, Irene and the late George Donovitch; dear sister of Rose Wozniak, Gertrude Hemes, and Lucille Mulhall; grandmother of Elaine and Lorraine Klecka: dear mother-in-law of Edward J. Klecka. Funeral from chapel, 39 N. Cass, West- mont. Saturday, Sept. 3, at 9 a. m.. to Holy Trinity church. Mass at 9:30 a. m. WO 9-0302. DOTI Joseoh M. Doti. beloved husband of Patricia, nee Meyers: dear father of Joey. Michael,, and David; fond son of Joseph A. and Grace Doti; brother ot Mrs. Irene D'Angelo and Andy. Funeral . Saturday. 9 a. m.. from funeral home. 6901 W. Belmont avenue, to Church of the Divine Savior. Interment St. Jo seph's. NA 2-9300. DUNHAM See Elizabeth Marks notice. FINK Georae W. Fink of 2109 S. Grove avenue, Berwyn. beloved husband of Jeannette, nee Pankow: devoted father of Dorothy Ranney; father-in-law of Rodney Ranney; grandfather cf Gayle, Linda, and Jeffrey; brother of Helen Kokaisl and Anthony Fink. Services Fri day. Sent. 2. 2 p. m.. at funeral home 627 W. Cermak road. Interment Wood-lawn, Member of, T. A. Edison lodge, No. 375, C. .S. A.; Cicero lodge. No. 955, A. F. & A. M-; Cicero lodge. No. 265. L. O. O. M.: Van Buren post. No. 401, A. .L; and Berwyn post. No. 422. A. L. GU 4-2050. FIORINI See Lask notice. FITZGERALD Michael Edward Fitzgerald, P. F. C. United States army, Aug. 23, 1960, at Landstuhl, Germany, late of 10230 S. Fairfield avenue, formerly of 7140 S. Honore street, dearly beloved son of John J. and Mary Murray Fitzgerald; loving brother of Mary Cahill, John Joseph, and Anne Fitzgerald: fond brother-in-law of Patrick Cahill; dear uncle of Patrick, James, Joseph, and Martin Cahill; grandson of Michael Murray of Claire Island, County Mayo, Ireland. Funeral and interment on Thursday will be private to comply with Chicago Board of Health regulations. A solemn requiem mass will be offered for the repose of his soul on Friday at 10 a. m., at St. John Fisher church. Info., ST 3-7700. FOG ARTY See Quirk notice. FRANCIS Eugene F. Francis, beloved husband of Janet, nee Rae; loving father of Eugene F., Karen Rae. Kathleen Louise, and Richard Michael; dear son of Frederick and Florence; fond brother of Rita Gordon, Joseph, and Mary. Funeral from funeral home, 4325 Lawrence avenue at Lowell, Saturday. 9:30 a. m., to Our Lady of Lourdes church. Interment St. Joseph. MU 5-4400. GAINES Ruth Gaines, nee Coldstein, of 665 W. Grace street, beloved wife ot Morris I.; dear mother of Mirah, Judith B., and Joseph A.; devoted grandmother of Katherme E. and John A. Gaines.. Services Thursday.' 1 v. m., at chapel, 5206 Broadway. Interment Acacia Park. LO 1-4740. URSDAY, SEPTEMBER ly 1960 GALLWITZ Julius Gallwitzv suddenly. beloved husband ot vera: loving latner ' of Nikolii, Elena, Eugene, and Julius Jr.: dear brother of Edward, Ted, and Mrs. Bertha Baitler. Resting at chapel, 2151-57 W. Chicago avenue. Funeral Saturday, 9 a. m., to Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox cathedral, 1121 N. Leav-itt street, for divine liturgy at 9:30 a. m. Interment Elmwood. BR 8-7767. GACER Joseph A. Gauer, late residence 103 Columbia avenue. Park Ridge, beloved husband of Bess Gauer; fond father of Joseph A. Jr.; dear brother " of Clara Cleary and Marguerite Gauer; Funeral Friday, Sept. 2. 90 a. m.. from funeral home, 6754 Northwest highway, to Mary Seat of' Wisdom church. Park Ridge. Interment All Saints cemetery. NE 1-1240. GAVIGAN Margaret L. Gavigan. nee Lenihan,. of 712 Ash street, Waukegan. III., beloved wife of William A.; dear mother of William J.; grandmother of five. Resting at Peterson funeral home. 408 N? Sheridan road. Waukegan. Services Saturday, Sept. 3, 10 a. m., from Immaculate Conception church. Interment Ascension cemetery. GLOECKLK Hildegard Gloeckle, beloved wife of Alpbonse; loving mother of Irene Frankowski and Andrew: grandmother of Linda and Anita Frankowski, Andrew Jr.. Gayle, and Mary Gloeckle: sister of William Stolpe and Mary Neuman. Funeral Friday, 10 a. m.. from funeral home. 4553-61 Milwaukee avenue, to St. Viator's church Interment St Joseph's. Member of Women of Moose, chapter No. 427. GOLDSTEIN Murray S. Goldstein, fond brother of Edward. W. Service private. GORZKIEWICZ Isabel TemplinJ Gorz-kiewicz, beloved wife of John; loving mother of Raymond, Richard and Victor; seven grandchildren-. Funeral Saturday, 9 a. m from funeral home, 4553-61 Milwaukee avenue, to St. Robert Bellarmine church. Interment SL Adalbert's. GRAND8ART Clement Grandsart. Late of 3400 W. North avenue, beloved husband of Aurelia: dear father of Frank, Eileen, Lillian, Vivian. Clement Jr., Leon, Betty, Donald. and Sharon; fond brother of June, Julius, Nina, and Ermist; grandfather of 14: and one great-grandchild. Resting in chapel, 845 W. Armitage. Funeral services Saturday, Sept. 3. 1960, 10 a. m. at chapel. Interment Arlington cemetery. GRCSZECZKA Stanley Gruszeczka, beloved husband of Helen, nee Polka: dear father of Estelle. Bruno, and Mildred: fond father-in-law of Jack Locbmann Dorothy and Edward Pan-zefc; loving grandfather of three. Resting at chapel, 3656 W. Belmont avenue. Funetal Saturday, 9:30 a. m., from chapel, to St. Wenceslaus" church. Interment St. Adalbert's cemetery. KE 9-0502. HAASE Eva Hease. beloved wife of the late Casper: loving sister of Bella Steward and Richard Murren. Service Friday, Sept. 2, 11 a. m.. at funeral home. 5303 N. Western avenue, corner of Berwyn. Interment Union Ridge cemetery. LO 1-6874. H ANN AN Rowena M. Hannan. nee Wittl, beloved wife of the late Joseph Hannan of Crown Point, Ind.. formerly of 7711 S. Constance, Chicago: beloved mother of Miss Jane Hannan and Mrs. Marie Lewis; sister-in-law of Mary C. Stanley. Funeral services 10 a. m. Friday, Sept. 2. Holy Name church. Cedar Lake, Ind. Interment Holy Name cemetery. Friends may call at the Eller funeral home after 7 p. m. Thursday. HA WORTH Johnathan D. tlaworth, suddenly, beloved husband of Beatrice V.: fond father ofj Catherine Briggs. Mary Boyle, an Henry D. Haworth; grandfather of four: brother of Mrs. Melissa Westmoreland. Mrs. Ruth An-nis. and George W. Resting at chapel. 6835 V. Grand avenue. Visitation from 4 to 10 p. m. Services and interment Saturday, Sept. 3. at Georgetown. 111. HERMAN Anna Herman, nee Marttila. of 3608 Pine Grove avenue, beloved wife of Irving: dear mother of Nathan S.: devoted daughter of Sam and the late Lisa: fond sister of Ray, Thomas. Ijla Hamilton. Ellen Garharino, Auni Harvey, and the, late Vivian Saari. Services Thursday. 2.30 p. m.. at chapel, 5206 Broadway. Interment W estlawn. LOngbeach 1-4740. HERMANN Frieda Hermann, nee Binder, of 1132 N. Menard avenue, beloved wife of the late John; fond mother of Frances Sacker. Louise B. Anderson. Clara Zoller. and the late Lillian Kaiser and John C; grandmother of five, and 11 great-grandchildren, and five great-great-grandchildren. Resting at funeral home. 5701-03 W. Division street, where services will be held at 11 a. m. Saturday. Sept. 3. Interment Oakridge. AU 7-4440. HOUSTON Ruth I. Houston. 9817 Vandcrpoel avenue, Aug. 29. 1960. beloved wife of Andrew Houston, food mother of Mrs. Jane Biggs of Wbeatxm. 111., and Andrew Jr. of Vancouver. Wash.; grandmother of six. At chapel. 2121 W. 95th street, where services will be held Friday. Sept. 2. at 11 a. m. Interment Evergreen cemetery. BEverly 8-2182. HOWARD Christine Howard, nee Mas-sias. beloved wile of Henry Grady Howard: dearest daughter of Mary and the late Thomas Massias: dear sister of Charles. Gus fBermcel, Frances ( Robert I Dyslm. and Helen Massias: aunt of Dianne. Daniel, and the late Stephen Thomas Ma was. Funeral Friday. 12:15 P m.. from chapel. 1718 W. 48th street, to St. Constantine's church. Interment Evtrgreen cemetcryj YA 7-3388. IMPEY Gertrude K. Impey of Chicago, wife of Willis E.: mother of Charles E.. Robert W-. and Anna Mae Berger. eight grandchildren: three great-grandchildren. Services Friday, 1 p. m.. at funeral home. 203 S. Marion street, at Pleasant street. Oak Park. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens West. EU 3-3191. JANES See Lask notice. JENSEN George E. Jensen, beloved husband of Anna, fond father of Herman and Clarence; also survived by three grandchildren. Services Friday at 2 p. m., at funeral home. 3301 Fullerton avenue. Interment Acacia Park cemetery. JOLLY Helen M. Jolly of the Presbyterian boane. Evanston. Aug. 30. I960, mother of John M. Jolly of Barrington: two grandchildren. Services 2 p m. Thursday, at Eliiott chapel of the Presbyterian borne. Evanston. Interment Memorial Park cemetery. JOYCE John P. Joyce. late of 4209 Adams street, beloved husband of -Mary, nee McGuinn: fond father of Sister Mary Esther, O. S- M.. James. Brother Joseph Eustace, F. S. C, and Raymond: son of the late Patrick and Bridget, nee Hopkins: dear brother of Delia Craven. Mary Kelly. Ellen Kil-gariff.' James, and the late Thomas. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a. m.. from funeral home. 4245 Madison street, to St. Mel church. Interment Mount Olivet. Native of Galio, Tuam. County Galway, Ireland. Member of Div. 241. CTA, and Holy Name society. KAPP Effie M. Kapp. nee Barker, late ot 233) s. Kedzie avenue, beloved sister of Frank L. Barker. Hazel McDade, Hilda Roberts. Clyde Barker. Ruth Beauchamp, and the late Gladys Roberts. Funeral Friday, Sept. 2. Services 1:30 p. m. at chapel. 3054 W. Cermak road. Interment Fairmounu BI 7-8999. KOSTOCK See Eleanor Olson notice. LAIN Mureld L. Lain of Willow Springs, beloved husband of Margaret: loving father of Mariorie Wildey, Jean Brasier, Merle, and Thomas; 16 grandchildren; brother of Coral Lain and Marie Larson, Resting at chapel, 40 S. Ashland avenue. La Grange after 7 p. m. Thursday. Service 2 p. m. Saturday. Interment Fairmount cemetery. Member of William R. Edmondson post. No. 832, A. L. FL 2-1298. - LAPP Nettie Lapp, nee Hen. beloved wife of the late Nathan; dear mother of the late Clarence; fond sister of Walter and Clinton Herz. Services Friday. 11 a. m., at family lot Rosen ill cemetery. Visiting at chapel. 5206 Broadway, Thursday evening. Please omit flowers. LO 1-4740. LASK Mary B. Lask,. beloved wife of the late Salvador: devoted mother of Margaret Capece. Frank B . 1 Nicholas M.. James R.. Theresa Ruffle, Lucille Janes. Concetta Aument, Jennie Fiorrni and the late Carmella Evanaelista: grand mother of 18; great-areat-grandmothter of 30; great-great-great-grandmother of eight. Resting at funeral home. b621 W. North avenue. Funeral Friday. 9 a. m., to St. Priscilla's church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. LAUE Ella Laue. formerly of 2910 N 76lh court. Elmwood Park, dearly be loved wife of Albert: loving mother of Christel Kus and Margot Fraske; fond grandmother of three. Resting at funeral home. 7600 W. Grand avenue, at the circle. Funeral Friday, Sept. 2, at 1 d. m. Interment Elmwood Memorial Park cemetery. ME 7-1111 or GL . 3-1234. LEIBERT Andrew Leibert. late ot 146 Anita, Mount Prospect, beloved husband of the late Meta: fond father of Marian Blow, Elsie Rosenquist, Orvel. Kenneth, and Vernon: grandfa ther of seven; brother of Eugene Leibert and Frank Schneider. Resting at cnapei Northwest highway and Vail avenue Arlington Heights. Services 2 p. m Friday at Long Grove United Church of Christ. Will lie in state at cnurcn from 12 noon until time of service. Interment Lake Zurich. CLearbrook 3-0168. f LEIST Christian Leist, beloved husband of Josephine, nee Murphy; fond father of Mrs. Constance Fier: dear grand-. father of Jodi Beth; brother of Joseph, Mrs. Mnrv We i riner. Peter. Mrs. Cath erine Wickersheim. and Elizabeth Leist: several nieces and a nephew. Funeral Friday. 9:30 a. m., from cnapei. 92 Belmont avenue, to St. Benedict's church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery. Member of C. O. F. and lifetime member of V. F. W. post. No. 2353. WE 5-1724. LEWIS Albert E. Lewis, age 76, husband of Pauline, nee Stryker: father of Mrs. Mariorie Lehnhardt of Nevada, la., Mrs. Jane Lovell of Elmhurst, 'and Mrs. Betye Joukema ef Hinsdale; eight grandchildren. Please omit flowers. Memorial service Sunday, Sept. 4, 2 p. m.. at the Manse chapel of Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian church, 85th and Clarendon Hills. road. FA 3-7168. LIND Charles' J. Lind, beloved husband of the late Hulda C; devoted father of Sidney of Joliet, Arthur of Cheyenne, Wyo and Harry: fond grandfather of - Mrs. Lillian Beavan, Mrs. Dorothy Fearce, Lester. Harry Jr.. Kenneth, and Charles; five great-grandchildren. Services Friday, Sept. 2. 1 p. m., at funeral home, 1107 W. 79th street. Interment Oak Hill. Member of Society Iduna. MACKINTOSH Alice Mackintosh, nee McKay, wife of the late- Lawrence: fond sister of Henry McKay and Ruth Caulfield. Resting at chapel, 10234 S. Michigan avenue. Services Thursday. 1:30 p. to. Interment Mount Greenwood. MALINA John Malina, late residence. 5424 West 25th place, beloved husband of Mary, nee Knazovic: loving father of Ludmila Frank K.J Prohaska, Mary Bohumill Zitek. John W. Tilliel. and Walter t Estelle 1: dear grandmother .of seven: great-grandfather of one. Fu- neral Saturday. 1 p. m. from chapel, 5318 West 25th Street to Trinity Slov. Lutheran church. Interment Bohemian National. TO 3-4242. MARINO Angelina Marino, nee De Vito, beloved wife of Michael: loving mother of Steve, Armand, Albert, Ernest, Arthur. Alice Grzyb. Esther Enyid, Vivian Hanrahan, Blanche, the late Alfred, . and Phyllis; grandmother- 12. Funeral Friday. 8:45 a. m. from chapel, 5400 W. Harrison street, to San Callisto church. Interment Queen of Heaven. AU 7-8600. MARKS Elizabeth Marks, nee Dunham, Aug. 30. 1960. beloved wife of J. P. r Jackl; loving mother of Clifford D. and Jacqueline Greenwood: seven brothers and one sister. Funeral Friday. 10:30 a. m., from funeral home. 10525 S. Western avenue to St- Baranbas church. Mass 11:00 a. m. Interment Mount Olivet. BEverly 8-0075. MASSIAS See Howard notice. , MATISE John J. Matise, suddenly, beloved husband of Anna, nee Grysso: loving father of Palma, Joseph, Anna Marie, Salvatore and the late Antoinette; son of , the late Joseph and Antoma ; Matise: grandfather of two: father-in-law of Dolores, nee Casino. Funeral Friday. 8:45 j. m- from the chapel, 5700 S. Pulaski, to St. Mary Star of the Sea church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Mary's. PO 7-4500. MCCARTHY See Peters notice. McGREEVY Elizabeth McGreevy. nee O'Connor. Aug. 31. 1960. beloved wife of the late H. Parnell McGreevy; fond mother of Michael Thomas and Shawn Francis: dear sister of Richard T. O'Connor, and the late Gertrude O'Connor; grandmother of Michael and Heather McGreevy. Funeral from borne for funerals. Erie at Wabash avenue, Saturday, Sept. 3, I960, at 11:30 a. into Holy Name cathedral, where mass will be celebrated at 12 noon. Interment Calvary. McLEAN Wilbur C-McLean of 5701 N. Mozart street, August ;30, 1960. beloved husband of Wanda McLean: fond father of Marylou McLean: loving brother of Ragina Gleeson and Oby McLean of Washington. At chapel. 5501 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Friday. September 2, at 2 p. m. Interment Roschill. Member of University lodge No. 1077. A. F. St A. M.. Scottish Rite and Medinab Shrine. SL Louis, Mo, papers please copy. LO 1-2645. MERGENTHALER Alma C. Mergen-thaier, nee Locksted, of 210 Catalpa' place. Wilmette; wife of Nicholas J.: mother of George N-. Mrs. Phillip T. Horn (Elaine, Mrs. Erling N. Mathisen f Mariorie!: grandmother of Sherrill Kilpatrick. Carol Sue, and Richard Mathisen; sister of Mrs. Robert Bonserz and Mrs. George Meyers, both of Chicago. Services Saturday. 1 p. tn., at funeral home, 1100 Greenleaf avenue, Wilmette. Interment Memorial Park. ALpine 1-8200. MILLER Adolph Miller, beloved brother of Sophie and Winifred. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a. m.. from parlors, 834-38 N. Ashland avenue to Holy Innocents church. Interment St, Adalbert's. HAymarket 1-5800. Engineer Metropolitan Sanitary District of Greater Chicago. Member 26th Ward Regular Democratic Organization. MILNE Richard Milne, beloved husband of Aanes: dear father of Thomas. Harry, Susan Doey. and the late Richard: grandfather of 14: great-grandfather of one: brother of George, William, Elizabeth, Barbara. Madge. Minnie, and Dolly. Resting at funeral home. 6938 W. North avenue. Services Saturday, 12:30 p. m. Interment Mount Auburn. Member of Laurel lodge. No. 1057, A. F. A A. M. ME 7-4441. MORATEC Joseph T. Moravec Jr.. 209 Miller drive. McHenry Shores, Mc-Henry, formerly of Cicero, beloved husband of Angeline; fond father of Jean-ctte Brriak and Joseph Moravec III: grandfather of four: son of Mary Moravec: brother of Elsie Sode, Margaret Badalcwski, Mae Veverka, Cam i lie Gnzzi, Edward and Frank Moravec Funeral Friday, Sept. 2, 9:30 a. m., from chapel. 6301 W. Cermak road, Berwyn. Requiem mass. 10 a. m., SL Frances of Rome church. Austin boulevard and 15th streets. Cicero. Interment Queen of Heaven. OLympic 2-1023, Bishop 2-2990. NELSON Harriet Nelson, nee Knight, beloved wife of the late Harry: fond mother of Harry D. Resting at funeral home. 667 S. Spring road. Elmhurst. where services will be held at 10 a. m. Friday. Sept. 2. Interment Forest Home cemetery. TE 4-3515. NISEI Frank Niski. Aug. 31. 1960: beloved husband of the late Frances; devoted father of Genevieve Stanisand the late Stanley; dear brother of Walter and Anthony; fond father-in-Bkw of Agnes Niski: loving grandfather of Lorraine I Edward Trzaska. Elaine I Donald J Sharp. Stanley Theresa I Niski. Eugene Patricia J Stanis and Richard I Renal Stanis: loving great grandfather of ten. Funeral Saturday, 8:30 a.m.. from cnapei. 3060-64 Milwaukee avenue, to St. Sylvester's church. Interment St. Adalbert's. Member of Plasterer's and Cement Masons, local 502. Dickens 2-2252. NORKI'S Mary Norkus. nee Kepwlis, of 2702 W 24th street beloved wife of the late Adam; dear mother of Hele Stanley White. Jennie (Laddie) Larva, and Julia: three grandchildren. Funeral Friday. Sept. 2, 1 p. m.. at funeral home. 3307 S. Lituanica avenue, interment utnuanian National. YA 7-3401. NOVAK Ratherlne Novak of 3245 Ray mond avenue. Brooktield. beloved wile of the late Frank: fond mother of Frank and Edward: mother-in-law of Stephanie and Patricia Novak: grandmother of five: sister of An toilette Simanek. Anna Tenia. Agnes Busbick. Hedvika Pepr-nova, and Mary Perk. Funeral Friday. Sept. 2,9 1. m.. from chapel. 6301 W. Cermak road, Berwyn, to Our Lady of the Mount church. Requiem mass. 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Adalbert's. OL 2-1023. BI 2-2990. O'DONNELL John A. O'Donnefl. hus band of Sophia: father ot Mrs. uorotny Schrantz and John P. O Donne 11. Resting at chapel. 301 S. 5th avenue at Maple street. Maywood. Services Friday. 10 a. m . at Queen of All Saints' church, Interment All Saints' cemetery. Fillmore 4-0100. OLSON Eleanor Olson, nee Kostock. fond wife of the late Cliitord; loving aaugnter of the late Frank and Helen: beloved mother of Eloise Bussio and Marianne: grandmother of one: loving sister of Marianne Franklin, Ruth Gualtieri, and Oliver J. Kostock. Funeral Saturday. Sept. 3. 10 a. m., at chapel, 2859 N. Southport avenue1: Interment Ridgewood cemetery. WE -6111. OI.SON Ernest R. "Ole" Olson. 983 Walter avenue, Des Plaines; beloved husband of Irene: dear brother of William Olson and Esther Peeu Resting at funeral home, Lee at Perry street. Des Plaines. Services Saturday. 11 a. m. Immanuel Lutheran church. Interment Ridgewood. VA 4-5155. OSMONDSON Emma C Osmondson. be loved wife of the late Dennis; loving mother of Robert D.: grandmother of Scon, Kent, and Carol Osmondson; sister of Mary Brans. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a. m.. from funeral home. 4553-61 Milwaukee avenue, to -Our Lady of victory church. PABST Margaret Mary rMaisie Cough- lin rahst, beloved wife of the late Joseph J.: dear mother of Betty Ann Harter: sister of Edward P. and the late John and Elizabeth Couahlin: dauehter of the late Jeremiah and Mary Cough- , nn, nee itzgeraid. At chapel. 4817 maaison street, funeral notice later. AU 7-1136. PALMGREN Edwin O. Palmgren. beloved husband of Agda; fond brother of Roy, Clarence, and Earl Berg, and the late Leslie, and Arthur Palmgren. Rest ing at runerai home. 1 107 w. 79th street, from 4 p. m., Thursday, until services f naay, sept, z, 2:30 p, Interment Waupaca. Wis. PAULING Ida E. Pauling, nee Fip-pinger. of Frankfort. III.. Aus 31. age 77, mother of Walter. Lloyd. Ar- tnur, meoctore, Arno, fan, Elmer, nenry. mrs. ijeonara voytina, Mrs. Ralph Whiting, and Mrs. Paul Banks: 19 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Funeral at Carlson funeral hnm. Benton and Youngs avenue. Joliet, Fri- pay, &ept. 2, at 1:30 p. m. Interment union cemetery, ureen uarden town ship. Monee. 111. PERRY Aimee Perry, nee Fortier. be loved wife of the late Henry: loving mother of Eugenia Meegan, Margaret Masterson, Catherine Werner, Barbara Burns, and the late Honore Perry: fond sister of Ariel Fortier, the late Eu genie jjesjarain, i-eter, Joseph. Jules, and Leon Fortier; 25 grandchildren; 13 greai-granacmiaren. u neral Saturday. Sept. 3. at 9:30 a. m.. from fimeral home. 2701 W. 63d street, at Washtenaw avenue, to St. Rita's chapel. 63d street ana uaxiey avenue, interment St. juaiy a cemetery, rti o-BoUU. PETERS Catherine M. Giblin Peters, beloved wife of the late Thomas M. Peters; loving mother of Phoebe McCarthy. Mary Brand. Robert and Edward Peters: dear iindmnth.r n( 11 .Funeral Saturday, 8:30 a. m., from funeral home, 8243 S. Ashland avenue, to Little Flower church. Mass 9 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Grand Rapids. Mich., papers please copy. ST 37700. PIKOWSKY Clara Pikowsky, beloved wife of Samuel; dear mother of Sarah P'art, Frieda Grumwage, Mary Coen, nd Maunce Pick; fond sister of Morris Winarsky. Rose Karnofsky. and Lena Kleinman, all of California, and Gittel Baurngarten of Chicago; grandmother of t5ree s5"iSesTnur5da5r' 1 P- ra at chapel, 3019 W. Peterson road. Interment Westlawn cemetery. Member of the Pioneer Women's auxiliary and Korr-schiver Social club. Info.. LO 1-1890. WKULSKI Jean PIkuIskl. beloved wife of Chester: fond mother "ot Donald and James. Funeral Friday, 10:30 a. m.. from chapel, 7133 S. Western avenue, to-St. Adrian's church. Mass 11 a. m. Interment Resurrection. PR 6-0777. PLOTKE Mary C. Plotke, nee Mrozek, Aug. 29. 1960. of Glen Ellyn- countryside, loving wife of John P.; beloved mother of Judy; daughter of Karolina and the late Matt Mrozek; sister of John J. Resting at funeral home. 517 Main street, Glert Ellyn. Funeral mass Saturday. 11 aa St. Petrooills's church. Glen Ellyn. Interment Kesur-rectioo cemetery. HO 8-0049. POGGENSEE Emily Poggensee, nee Dick, beloved wife of Edward W.: dear mother of Edward A. Dorothy Poggensee and Grace Mary Donald Prack: grandmother of six grandchildren; fond sister of Anna Hanzel. Funeral Saturday. 9:30 a. m. from chapel 5858 W. Roosevelt road to St. Frances of Rome church, 15th and Austin boulevard, Cicero. Mass 10:00 a. m. Entombment Queen of Heaven 'mausoleum. MA 6-0120. POTURICA Anna Poturica, August 31, 1960, beloved wile of the late George; dear sister of Josephine Sertich: fond aunt of George and Charles Sertich; remaining relatives in Yugoslavia. Funeral Saturday, 10 a. m.. at rhapel, 1814 S. Throop street. Interment Woodlawn cemetery. CA 6-1207. POWELL Lillie R. Powell of 1402 Lincoln street, Evanston, Aug. 31, 1960, wife of the late Lyman S. Powell: mother of Mrs. Arthur N. Clagett and the late Donald V. Powell; sister of Mrs. Jessie Love, John A. Robinson, and the late Minnie Golz. Resting at chapel, 1567 Maple avenue, Evanston, where service wilt be held 1 p. m. Friday. Interment Oak Woods cemetery. PROHASKA See Malina notice. PTOLEMY Hugh A. Ptolemy, Aug. 31. 1960, beloved husband of Ethel M. Ptolemy; dear father of Ethel Huster. Ruth Luethke, Marion Hermann, and Mildred Rummelhoff; dear stepfather of Violet Holt; fond grandfather of four. At chapel, 5501 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Saturday, Sept. 3, 1 p. m. Interment Oakridge. Member of Fair Oaks lodge. No. 1006, A. F. 4 A. M. LO 1-2645. QUIRK Irene Ryan Fogarty Quirk, beloved wife of the late William Fogarty and Patrick Quirk: loving mother of William and John fogarty. Mane Noanan, and the late Thomaf Fogarty; dear sister of Joseph. Loretta Devens, Annabelle Bull, Albert. William. Alice, the late Catherine Hickey. Thomas, James, and Stephen Ryan: fond grandmother of six: great grandmother of three. Funeral Friday. 9:30 a. m.. from funeral home, 7831-33 S. Racine ave nue, to St. Margaret of Scotland cnurcn. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. TR 4-7300. BAHM Bror Helmer Rahra, suddenly, age 62. beloved husband of Isabel, nee Thoren: dear father of Ralph. Visiting after 4 p. m. Thursday, at chapel. 10834 S. Michigan avenue, where services will be held Saturday, 10 a. m. Interment Evergreen. PU 5-3534. RL'DDICK Wayne C. Ruddkk of 8741 S. Mozart avenue. Evergreen Park,, dear ly beloved son of Carmen L,- ana Blanche; fond brother of Ronald: dear grandson of Frank and Anna Krcek. Services Thursday, 2 p. m.. at home for funerals. 5844 W. Cermak road. Interment Mount Auburn cemetery. OLympic 2-0243. RUFFLE See Lask notice. SAMUELSON Lennart Samuelson, be loved husband ot Helen, services Saturday, September 3. 10:00 a. m.. at chapel. 3440 W. 26th street. Crema tion at woodlawn. jYiemcer oi -o. 812 I. O. O. S. BI 7-9802. SAVAGE Mary Jean Savage, loving daughter of Adam and Leona Savage; dear sister of Margaret Savage. Funeral Saturday. Sept. 3. 1960. at 10 a. m., from Chanel. 2921 S. Harlem avenue. Berwyn. to St. Odilo church for requiem mass? at 1 1 a. m. Interment Queen of Heaven. GU 4-4111. 8CH LI FEE Louis J. Schlifke, suddenly. nf 8239 S. Rhodes, beloved husband of Sadelle. nee Belgrade: loving son of Ida Birk and the late Bernard Schlifke; devoted father of Gordon, Bernard and the late Charles: dear brother of Abe Sheridan of Los Angeles and Erwin Schlifke. Visitation at chapel, 2100 E. 75th street, at Clyde. Thursday evening. Services and entombment at con venience of family. Please omit Dowers. lor information, MI 3-5400. S KG. ALE See Castellani notice. SEXA I'ER Alvera Sexauer. nee Beyer, ot 2816 W. 21st Place, beloved wife or Oustav: tond mother of r red and Richard; sister of Bertha. Olga. and Arthur; grandmother of four. Resting at funeral home, 5701-03 W. Divi sion street, where services will be held at 1:30 p. m., Friday, Seat. 2. Memorials will be accepted for the Passa- vant hospital cancer fund. Interment Eden cemetery. AUstin 7-4440. SIMMONS Charlotte Simmons, formerly of 2052 Lincoln Park West. Funeral Friday. Sept. 2. at 8:30 a. m.. from funeral home, 525 Armitage avenue, to Holy Name cathedral. Interment St. Joseph cemetery. MO 4-5345. SLEEP Harry G. Steep, loving husband of Came B.: fond father of Kathaline B. Llcry. James G. and W. Robert Sleep: sister of Mrs. Rose Strett berger: grandfather of eight: great-grandfather ot nine, nesting git funeral home, 304 N. Maine street. Wbeaton. III. Services Saturday, Sept. 3. 1960. 2 p. ra. Inter ment W arrenville cemetery. SMITH Catherine Sophie Smith, beloved wife of James: dear mother of Dorothy Robertl Torocik, Lawrence (MaryJ Casey; fond sister of Stanley, John, Joseph, and Edward Piecznyski. Cecelia and Helen Szczepankiewicz, Jeanette Soil' Charm ki: grandmother of seven. Funeral Saturday, 9 a. m., from funeral home, 8359 S. Marquette avenue, to St. Bride's church. Mass 9:30. Interment Holy Cross cemetery. SO 8-1609. SMITH Julia Smith, nee Kaczmarek, be loved wife or the late Frank P. smiib: dear mother of Rose Long. Joseph A., William R-. Genevieve M., and Dennis R. Smith; fond sister of the late Louis Kaczmarek: loving grandmother of 11: great-grandmother df eight. Funeral Saturday. 11:30 a. m.. from funeral home. 3517-27 N. Pulaski road, to Our Lady of Grace church. Interment St. Adalbert s. IN 3-5800. 8PINUZZA Russell Spinuzza. beloved husband of Rose: dear father of Sam, Rusell Jr., Anthony, and the late Ann: fond brother of Concetta Catalano: grandfather of two. Funeral Friday, lO a. m.. from chapel. 453 Irving Park road, to Su Priscilla's church. Interment Sr. Joseph's. PE 6-2693. STEARNS Charles M. Stearns of 53 N. Forest avenue. Palatine. Aug. 31. 1960, husband of Marion I. Steams; father of Charles M. Stearns Jr.. and Mrs. William Mercier; five grandchildren: brother of Walter Steams and Mrs. Mary Ford. Services and interment private. STEIN Sarah Stein, nee Wallach. be loved wife of the late Morris B.; dear mother of Joseph. Florence Kean. Dr. Albert F.. Muriel Weininger. and the late Beatrice: devoted grandmother of 10. great grandmother of five; fond sister of Mollie Soloway of Israel, Irving, Bessie Goldberg. Minnie Fein-berg of Ls Angeles, Cat., I dell Bro-day, Nathan of Los Angeles. Cat.. Leo. the late Edel. Mary Wollock. Evelyn Yavitt and Leah. Services Thursday, 11 a. m . at chapel. 5206 Broadway. Interment Memorial Park. LO 1-4740. STERN David R- Stem of 4903 W. Adams street, beloved husband of Rose, nee Futterman; dear father of Iris Beermann and Morton: devoted grandfather of two; fond brother of Anna Stieffel. Service Thursday, 2 p. m., at chapel. 5206 Broadway. Interment Westlawn. Past president of Lawndale lodge, B'naj B'rith, and member of 30th ward Regular Democratic Org. LO 1-4740. STEVENSON Russell L. Stevenson, be loved husband of Ellen; dear latner of Barbara and Russell Jr.; fond brother of Ervin, Grace Gollahon. Ruth Corbett and Dorothy Turi. Funeral Saturday. 9:30 a. m., at chapel. 5911 W. Madison street. Interment Memory Gardens. ES 8-7500. STOBBLE Margaret Stobble. nee Roti, suddenly, beloved wite ot Harry; loving mother of Thomas and Mary Ann: daughter of the late Vito and Catherine Roti; sister of Theresa. Catherine Don-ato, Sam. Bruno Blum, Josephine, and the late Rose Palmsone. Funeral Saturday. 8:45 a. m., from chapel. 2600 Wentworth avenue, to Santa Lucia's church. Mass 9:30 a. m. In terment Holy Sepulchre. VI 2-1861 FLOWERS SOFTEN SORROW WITH NORTH" 1 1 WEST ANGEL GUARDIAN ORPH. FLORIST 2001-45 W. Devon RO 4-0546 NORTHWEST SIDNEY . DOE FLORAL CO 4821 N. Elston SP T-1400 (CHECKER OTTO 8851 N. Karragansett BP 7-1870 JOHN PLOOZIEN FL0RIST-QRNH8E. 1838 W. Peterson 6H 3-2280 QUASTHOFF'S FLOWERS . 2801 Thatcher Ave, GL 8-4567 TURNER FLORIST 6739 W. North Ave. MB 7-3600 SOUTH SOUTH SHORE FLOWERS 7600 8. jenrey RE 1-6666 SOUTHWEST r-M) S3. 4MUwWl fiU -1100 KELLY FLYNN FLORIST SHOP 2734 W. 63rd St. GR 6-6622 LARSON AND SON o4 W. 83rd SL. PR 6-8854 THE LITTLE FLOWER SHOPPE ! V. ZJ-St VI Y-VUSU The Flerlsts lists1 abas grsvldsd SEE OR PHONE YOUR ROTI See Margaret Stobble notice. STROM Clara Strom, beloved wife of the late liiioen, wnnnu m and Petite Lake, passed away Aug. 25 at Santa 'Fe. N. M.: dear sister of Hannah Thorwaldsen. Services at Sanchez funeral home, 2 p. m. Saturday. Aug. 27. Interment Fairview cemetery, Santa Fe. SYKORA Marie Bohadlo Sykora. neg Nemec. late ot 141U s. it.uciia avenue. Berwyn, dear mother of Vincent, " and Joseph Bahadlo, and Blanche Cunningham; grandmother of three. Services Friday. Sept. 2. 1960. 10 a. m.. at funeral home, 6716-18 W. 16th st;. comer of Euclid, Berwyn. Interment Bohemian National cemetery. GUnder-son 4-0144. ' TEMPLIN See Isabel Gorzkiewicz notice. THOMS William Thorns, beloved husband of Margaret E., nee Swam: loving father of Donna Jorgensen, Karen, and William B.; dear son of Alma Maior: grandfather of two: brother of Dorothea Tore. Service Friday, Sept. 2, 2 p. m., at funeral home, 5303 N. Western avenue, corner of Berwyn. Interment Memorial Park. LO 1-6874. TIEARNEY Jean McCall Tiearnev. 7326 Paxton avenue, Aug. 31. 1960, beloved husband of Harriet C. Tiearney: fond father of Thomas C. Tiearney; grandfather of four grandchildren; brother of Anna May Burdette and Charles Tiearney. At chapel, 2024 E. 75th . street at Jeffery boulevard, where services will be held Friday. Sept. 2. at 3:30 p. tn. Interment at convenience of family. Member of Medinab. Temple. FA 4-7177. TRAPALI8 John Trapalis, late of 2761 N. Kenmore avenue. Chicago, beloved , husband of An astasia, nee Vassilakos; loving father of Peter Angeline. Alex Lois, Mary Dr. Peter Vanikiotis. Sophie Marvin Olsen, and Constance Robert Getty: fond grandfather of 14; brother of Andrew Trapalis of Charleston. S. C. Funeral Friday. 12 noon, from funeral home, 6621 W. North avenue. Oak Park, HI., to St. George's church, 2701 N. Sheffield avenue. Chicago. Services 1 p. m. Interment Elmwood cemetery. VI 8-3010. or ES 9-5151. . TYLER Stewart R. Tyler of La Grange Park, suddenly, beloved husband of Helen R.; dear father of Mrs. Ruth Ann Ullrich: grandfather of two. Resting at chapel. 110 N. La Grange road. La Grange. Services Friday, 1:30 P- ra. Interment Mount Emblem. FL 2-0114. VILLA Frank F. Villa, suddenly! August 26, I960, at Los Angeles, Cal.. loving son of Margaret, nee Respante. and the late Michael: dear brother of Phil, Josephine Cud. Carl, Joseph, Michael Jr.. and Salvatore. Funeral Friday, 8:45 a. m., from chapel, 245J S. Wentworth avenue, to Santa Maria Incoronata church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment St Mary's. Victory 2-1861. WALLIN Lucy A. Wallin, nee Zell. beloved wife of Arthur E.; fond mother of Arthur P. and Jerome A.; grandmother of six: sister of John Zell. Caroline Duffy, Elizabeth Kuhlmey. Alice Lamphiere of Rockford. Mich.. Mame VanDerHayden. and Winifred Hanlon of Phoenix, Arizona. Funeral from chapel. 3100 Irving Park road. Friday. 9:30 a. m. to Immaculate Heart of Mary church. Interment All Saints cemetery. Member of Lake View auxiliary. No. 186, A. L. Retired telephone operator. 1R 8-5800. WALSH John F. Walsh. 6117 V. See-ley avenue, Aug. 30. 1960, beloved husband of Irene R. Walsh: fond nephew of Elizabeth Fagan. Funeral from chapel, 550 V N. Ashland avenue, Friday. Sept. 2 at 9:30 a. m., to St. Henry's church. Interment St. Adalbert's. LO 1-2645. WANTCCH Theodore Wantuch. veteran W. W. I, beloved husband of Adeline: loving father of Edmund (Florence). Lorraine ILeo Stefanowski. Virginia (Dudley Lancaster, and Alfred; dear brother of Veronica Bugno, Agnes Szyd-lo, and Anthony; grandfather of five. Funeral Saturday. 9:30 a. m- from) parlors, 834-38 N. Ashland avenue, to Su Fidelis church. Interment St. Adalbert's. Member of Gen. Theodore Roosevelt post. No. 4. A. L. HA 1-5800. WENDT Katherine C. Wendt. nee Crowley, beloved wife of William H.; devoted mother of William H. Jr. and George R. WendK fond sister of Julia Barry, Margaret Hickey. the late Mary C Grannon. Corneilus and Joseph Crowley: loving grandmother of 12. Funeral Friday. Sept. 2, 9:15 a. ra., frora funeral home. 1241 W. 79th street, to St. Barnabas church. Mass 10 t tit. Interment St. Mary's. Please omit flowers. In her memory contributions may be sent to Little Company of Mary hospital. WHALEN Marie Whalen. nee Schroe-der, beloved wife of Edward: dear sister of Freda Hyler. Ann Alton, Emily Ingalis. and George Schroeder. FuneraJ services Thursday, 8 p. m., at chapel. 907 W. Harrison street. Info., HA 1-7772. WITTICK Eugene C. Wittick. Aug. 31. late of 7859 South Snore drive, beloved husband of Mrs. Mildred Let-ton Wittick: dear father of Mrs. Charles Barbara) Jelinek of Cohas-sett. Minn.; dear brother of Mrs. Axel Swenson of East Motine. Ill, Resting at funeral home. 79th street and Phillips avenue. Services 3 p. ra. Fr day. Interment private. SO 8-6959. WICKLUND Alfred C. Wkklund. beloved husband of Genevieve; fond stepfather of Barbara King; brother of Edwin. Ante, and Techla Bortle. Service Saturday. Sept. 3. 10 a. ra., at funeral home. 5303 N. Western avenue, corner of Berwyn. LO 1-68 4. WILLIAMS Elvira Williams of 710 K. 47th street, wife of David H.: mother of Missouri, Mable, and Arniie. Funeral Saturday. 11 a. m., at Progressive Community church, 56 E. 4Sth street. Resting at chapel. 3515 Indiana avenue. WILLIAMS Herbert C. Williams, beloved husband of Cora: brother of Elizabeth Brew and M. E. Williams. Funeral Friday. 1:30 p. m.. at chapel. 5911 W. Madison street. Interment Elm Lawn. ES 8-7500. WOLD Stella Louise Wol& beloved daughter of the late Iver and Margaret, nee Jorgensen: dear sister of Lillian) Ignatius. Evelyn Haase, the late Elite Rooney, Anna Allwood. Charles. George, and Edwin Wold. Services Saturday. Sept. 3. 11 a. m., at funeral home. 5350 W. North avenue. Interment Mount Olive. TUxedo 9-8844. WOODS Pearl Gordon Woods, late of 5217 S. Halsted street, dearly beloved wife of William E. Sr.: devoted mother of William E. Jr., Rose Gorecki. Nancy, and Joan: fond sister of Josephine Has-kins. Walter. Sidney Gordon, Adelaide Woods, Helen Rothgery, and Rose Gordon: grandmother of seven. Funeral Friday at 9 a. m.. from funeral home. 37th street, at Lowe avenue, to Visita- . tion church. Interment St. Mary'g cemetery. YArds 7-0925, WORSFOLD Mary Erwin Worsfold, formerly of Kenilworth and Wilmette, suddenly. Aug. 30, in Hollywood, Cal.. beloved wife of Charles E.: loving mother of Mrs. A. W. Rhodes and Barbara) Worsfold: five sisters and one brother. Services Thursday. Sept.- 1, Pierce Brothers mortuary. 5959 Santa Monica boulevard. Hollywood, Cal. ZELLER Richard A. Zeller, beloved husband of Grace; loving father of David, Knox, Ind.. and Patricia I own? rr. Melrose Park. 111.: son of Bertha. Resting at Kennedy & Braman funeral , v home. 108 !. Mam street. is.nox. ina. Funeral services lO a. m. Saturday. St. Thomas Catholic church. Knox. Burial Crown Hill cemetery, Knox, Ind. ZITEK See Malina notice. ZMUGG Joseph Zmugg. August SOth 1960. beloved husband of the late ( Juliana; loving father of Dr. Andrew Zmugg. At funeral home. 2449 Lincoln avenue. 4 p. m., Thursday. Funeral notice later. LI 9-0676. FLOWERS- J. M. OLSON'S FLOWER SHOP 5824 W. Augusta ES 8-8900 QUASTHOFF'S FLOWERS 2801 Thatcher - GL 8-48 6 T JOHN M. WEILANO FLORIST 6316 W. Madison St AUT-018S CENTRAL GEORGE WIENHOEBER, INC. 7 S. Wabash B.X 6-STOO LE MAR FLOWERS 135 S. La Salie RA 6-8851 MANGEL FLORIST ' ALL PHO-NES CE 6-8733 Palmer Home heraton-Rlackstons Conrad Hilton Drake Hotel 731 8 Wabash SUBURBAN NORTH MANGEL FLORIST WILMETTE 100 Skokie Blvd. AL 1-6100 SUBURBAN WEST LE MAR FLOWERS FL 2-0362 LA GRANGE. ILL. Chicago BI 2-8025 MORRIS FLORIST. HINSDALE. ILL. FA 3-4400 Chicago BI 2-2534 PHILLIPS FLOWERS LA GRANGE. 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