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ln,...,,..,,,.,,,,.,,.,,,,,, t w r r- "-"-w-w,-r OB ITU Alt IKS CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1962 CRYSTAL LAKE RESIDENT DIES IH 3 -CAR CRASH Assert Driver Ran Thru Light Robert L. Sherman, 40, of Edgewood road, Crystal Lake, was killed last night in a three-car collision at the intersection of U. S. highway 12 and Illinois highway 22 south of Lake Zurich. Witnesses told state tropper Robert L. Holem that Sherman, eastbound in Illinois 22 was starting into the intersection wnen his car was struck by that ofWilliam Pinkonsly, 27, of 211 Kinley blvd., McHenry. Pinkonsly was northbound in U. S. 1?, Sherman's car skidded into the auto of Frank Kramer, 50, of rural Mundelein. Sherman was dead on arrival at Condell Memorial hospital in Libertyville. Kramer was uninjured. Pinkonsly, who suffered minor injuries, was charged with going thru a red light. Train Hits Car - Mrs. Ledelia Bryant, 59, of 2542 Tyler st., Gary, a Chicago cdsmetics saleswoman, was killed last night when the auto in' which she was riding was struck by a westbound Pennsylvania railroad train in Gary. "Mrs. Bryant was returning home from her work in Chicago when the accident occurred. She got off an eastbound Pennsylvania train at 20th place in Gary and was met by her son-in-law, Nathaniel Bass, 50, of the Tyler street address. ' Report Gates Down She got into Bass' auto and he pulled out of a lot near the railroad crossing and turned north in Broadway. The gates, covering only the southbound lane, were down. As Ba'ss' auto pulled into Broadway, the rear of the car was struck by the westbound train. Mrs. Bryant was thrown from the car and was dead on arrival at Methodist hospital, Gary. Bass was reported to be in critical condition. Alfred Richter, 84, of 4923 Clifton st., Norridge, was killed yesterday in a head-on collision at, Illinois highways 53 and 58. south of Rolling Meadows. . " Swerves into Traffic j .Elgin state police said Richter's auto, northbound in route 53, was struck by an auto driven by John Carlson, 34, of 449 S. Riverside av., Villa Park. Tney said Carlson's southbound Cetr swerved into the northbound lanes shortly after it struck an eastbound car in route 58. The third driver, John Brumbaugh, 38, of 2807 Eastwood av., was not injured. Carlson suffered cuts and bruises. Up to midnight Wednesday, 402 persons had been killed in traffic accidents in Cook county since Dec. 31. Of these, 215 were killed in Chicago, where. 34,997 were injured in the same period. ARMOUR GROUP TO ALTER NAME ;ON NEXT JUNE 1 l, Armour Research Foundation will change its name to Illinois Institute of Technology Research institute effective next June 1, Lester Armour, chairman of the board of trustees of 1. 1. T., announced yesterday. The action of the board authorizing the change of name was taken to create "a consistent institutional designation" and to clarify "misleading and confusing connotations in the present name," Armour ' sid. The action does not involve or imply any change in organizational structure, purpose, or function, he added. The foundation was established in 1936 as a contract research and development adjunct of Armour Institute of Tech-n6logy, to give service to industry and government whithout confusing its functions with educational departments. When Armour institute and Lewis institute were consolidated in 1940, resulting in the formation of I.I. T., it was thought desirable to retain the Armour name, Armour explained. However, the board decided in 1945 that the name eventually would be dropped from the foundation. . NINE IN FAMILY BURN TO DEATH IN FRAME HOME ...Renovo, Pa., Nov. 29 ttJPD A family of nine was burned to death early today when fire ' wrecked their frame home in Keating, about 12 miles south of here. " The blaze at the home of Walter Brown, 41, a strip coal miner, was discovered by John Hutchinson of Greensburg, Pa., tho owns a hunting cabin nearby. The victims were identified as Brown, his wife Wilma, 37; !and their children, Maureen, 15; Leona, 13; Daniel, 10; Susan, JS; Linda, 7; Nancy, 5, and Bradley, 4. The Browns also had three older children .who Vo longer lived at home. OBITUARIES Rabbi Aaron Kotler New York, Nov 29 Of) Rabbi Aaron Kotler, 71, dean of the post-graduate school for higher rabbinical research in Lake-wood, N. J., and one of the world's leading authorities on Jewish law and scripture, died at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical center today. Rabbi Kotler, who also was spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Medrash Govoha in Lakewood, was born in Sislovick, Poland, and came to this' country in 1941 under a special order of President Franklin D. Roosevelt permitting the entry cf Jewish scholars menaced by Nazi persecution. Myron Goldsmith Services for Myron Goldsmith, 53, of 2930 Sheridan rd., who died yesterday in Billings hospital, 950 E. 59th St., will be held at 2 p. m. today in the chapel at 6935 Stony Island av. He was founder and president of the Lag Drug wholesale company, 2700 W. 50th st. He was named alumnus of the year in 1961 by the University of Illinois school of pharmacy and had been active in civic affairs. Surviving are his widow, Clara; a son, Morton; a daughter, Mrs. Kay Rita Weksel; two grandchildren; three sisters, and two brothers. John West Bottomley Memorial services were held yesterday in Elm Lawn cemetery, Elmhurst, for John West Bottomley, 74, of 614 Elmwood av., Evanston. Mr. Bottomley, retired director of the Chicago Wholesale District council, died Tuesday in Hines Veterans hospital. Before retiring about five years ago, he was publisher and editor of several wholesale trade magazines. He was past commander of American Legion Post 872. Surviving are his widow, Marjorie; a daughter, Mrs. Alfred Patridge; two sons, John, and Thomas; and seven grandchildren, Richard H. Jahn . Services for Richard H. Jahn, 75, who died Wednesday, in his home, 2170 Dove st.,.Rolling Meadows, will be held at the chapel at 2000 E. Northwest highway, Arlington Heights, at 1:30 p. m. tomorrow. Mr. Jahn retired in 1947 after 40. years with the Arlington Seating company, 607 E. Northwest highway, Arlington Heights. He was fire chief of Arlington Heights from 1939 to 1947. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Marion O'Con-nell; a son, Richard" G.; five grandchildren; a sister and a brother. Patrick T. Britt Mass for Patrick T. Britt, 93,. of 5348 Magnet av., a plumbing contractor for 53 years at 2010 N. Sheffield av. before his retirement a decade ago,, will be said at 10 a. m. tomorrow in St. Vincent de Paul church, 1010 Webster av. He died Tuesday in Alexian Brothers hospital. He leaves three daughters, Mrs. Agnes G e i b, Mrs. Frances Tarpey, and Mrs. Helen Schif-fer, and a sister, Miss Anna J. Britt, retired assistant principal of Senn High school. Mrs. Fannie Miller Mrs. Fannie Miller, 70, of 421 Melrose av., widow of Max E. Miller, founder of the mortgage banking firm bearing his name at 11 S. La Salle st., died yesterday in her home. She leaves two sons, Harold S., president of a similar firm at the same address, and Joseph R., presi dent of the Max E. Miller firm; two daughters, Mrs. Sherlee Weiner, and Mrs. Sonia Fink; eight grandchildren, and three sisters. James H. McCarthy Mass for James H. McCarthy, 90, of 1511 W. 87th St., will.be said at 9:30 a. m. tomorrow in St. Ethelreda clru.rch, 8754 Paulina st. Mr. McCarthy died Wednesday in Hazel Crest hospital, Hazel Crest. Surviving are two sons, James Jr, and Joseph; four daughters, Mrs. Marie Wright, Mrs. Ruth vFleming, Rosemary, and "Mrs. Helen Maloney; seven grandchildren; and I3f great-grandchildren. Prof. George W. Sherburn Bradenton, Fla., Nov. 29 Gfl Georee W. 'Sherburn. 78. former professor of 17th century literature at several universities, died yesterday. A native of North-field, Vt, Sherburn had taught at the University of Chicago, Northwestern, and Columbia, and was chairman of the division of modern languages at Harvard university. He leaves a brother, E. H. Sherburn of Bradenton. Irving Cohn Services for Irving Cohn, 57, of 5704 N. Kenmore av., will be held at noon today in the chapel at 3019 Peterson rd. Mr. "Cohn, who died Wednesday in his home, was a partner of the Irven Trading company, textile jobbers, at 345 W. 42d pi., for 20 years. Surviving are his widow, Claire; two sons, Ronald I., and Michael; two grandchildren; three brothers; and four sisters. Caesar W. Strack Funeral services for Caesar W. Struck, 77, of Glendora, Cal., will be held tomorrow in Glendora. Mr. Struck, a former resident of Chicago, and former employe of Western Electric company, died Wednesday in Covina, Cal. He leaves his widow, Harriet, and a niece. George Narcy George Narcy, 85, of 1302 Victoria St., North Chicago, operator of a grocery in the suburb for 40 years, died yesterday in Lake County General hospital, Waukegan. Surviving are four daughters, Miss Rose Narcy, secretary to Judge Minard E. Hulse of Lake county, Mrs. Sophie Jeffers.'Mrs. Victoria Laskowski, and Mrs. Helen Palmer; three sons, Stanley, Joseph, and Louis; five grandchildren; and three great-' grandchildren. Mass will be said at 9 a. m. tomorrow in Holy Rosary church, 14th and Lincoln streets, North Chicago. KNIFE VICTIM'S HEART STARTED BY SURGEONS Mrs. Bertha Allin Mrs. Bertha Allin, 88, formerly of 32 N. Kostner avf, died yesterday in the Oak Park Nursing home. She was the widow of Dr. Frank W. Allin, a west side physician for more than 50 years. She was active in missionary societies, of the Olivet Methodist church, 147 S. Keeler av. Surviving are a son, Frank C; two daughters, Mrs. Joan Raymond and Mrs. Cor-rine Allinsmith; two sisters; a brother, and six grandchildren. Services will be held tomorrow in the chapel at 5708 Madison st. Frank F. Barth Services for Frank F. Barth, 85, of 18014 Homewood av., Homewood, retired promoter of the Greater Chicago Hotel association, will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 18022 Dixie highway, Homewood. Mr. Barth died Wednesday in St. James hospital, Chicago Heights. He was a veteran of the Spanish-American war and World War I. Surviving are his widow, Mary; a sister, Mrs. Julia Phillips; three nieces, and a nephew. Henry E. Abt Minneapolis, Nov. 29 ttJPD Henry E. Abt, 58, president of Brand Names Foundation, Inc., and a nationally known stamp collector, died. today. He suffered a heart attack Nov. 13. He was a former executive of the National Association of Manufacturers. In the 1930s he was an economic adviser of wholesale codes for the National Recovery administration. He also wrote a book entitled "Care and Education of the Crippled ChUd." Neele E'. Stearns Services for Neele E. Stearns, 55, of 1085 Elm Ridge dr., Glen-coe, professor of business administration at the University of Chicago and former executive of several in4ustrial companies, will be held at 2 p. m. today in Glencoe Union church, Park avenue, Glencoe. Mr. Stearns died Wednesday in his home. Surviving are his widow, Grace; a son, Neele E. Jr., and a daughter, Suzanne. TRAFFIC TOLL RISES IN U. S., DROPS IN CITY Nation's Deaths Up by 9 Per Cent BY HAL FOUST In America, automobile deaths reached an all-time high of 33,430 during the first 10 months of 1962. But in Chicago, the safest of all cities with more than a million population, the toll continued below a year ago, according to statistics released yesterday by the National Safety council. The 33,430 deaths in the nation meant an increase of 9 per cent over the 30,720 deaths for the first 10 months of 1961. The highest previous 10-month toll was 32,357 in 1937. October Total Up An estimated 1,170,000 persons suffered injuries disabling them for more than on day during 1962 up to Nov: 1, the statistics showed. In October alone, 3,830 persons were killed, compared with 3,650 in the same month a year ago. For the nation as a whole, an increase in travel volume this year compared with last was only 4 per cent. With the death tally up 9 per cent, the rate of fatalities per 100 million miles of travel rose from 5.0 to 5.2. Chicago had 27 deaths in October, raising the total for the 10 months to 191. A year ago, the October figure- was 24 and the total to Nov. 1 was 234. Illinois Is Worse Despite the improvement in Chicago,' the record for Illinois as a whole was worse this year an increase from 1,458 to 1,496. Other Chicagoland states also experienced an increase: Indiana, from 875 to 985; Wisconsin, from 738 to 780; , and Michigan, from 1,231 to 1,299. The Chicago death rate, the lowest of all cities- with more than a million residents, was 2.3 per 10,000 registered vehicles this year, compared, with 2.8 last year. Second to Chicago this year was Detroit with 2.9 deaths per 10,000 registered vehicles. 3 Robbery Victims Point Out Assailant Armed robbery charges were filed yesterday against Frank Carpenter, 24, of 5201 Federal st. Police said that Carpenter was identified by three robbery victims. He will appear in Felony court on Dec. 11. A woman taken to Ggrfield Park hospital as dead after being stabbed in . the heart yesterday was revived by surgery but remained in a critical condition last night Miss Dominie Northcott, 23, of 4248 Congress pkwy., a factory worker, was taken to the hospital by ambulance after she was found on the street near her home with a half-inch wound that penetrated her heart Dr. Richard F. Murphy, chief surgeon at the hospital, said the woman apparently was without pulse when she arrived there. . Doctor Expects Recovery "Barring something unforeseen she should make a nice recovery," the doctor said. Neighbors reported that Miss Northcott left for work about 7 a. m. She apparently was stabbed just after she left her apartment building. Police were seeking Santos Colon 32, her common law husband, for questioning. Dr. Murphy said that her being taken to the hospital promptly saved her life. Usually Causes Death '.'It is extremely unusual to see the victim of such a wound survive," Dr. Murphy said. "Either the shock of the wound or blood leaking from "the heart usually results in death." He said it was necessary to cut into veins that had collapsed and then sew the heart muscle tissue and the sac surrounding the heart. Apparently she tried to grab the knife of her attacker, he said. Her Jiand was cut. 3 HELD IN SALE OF $500,000 IN ILLICIT DOPE Seized After Sales to U. S. Agents Three men were held in the county jail in lieu of $25,000 bond each yesterday on charges of possession and sale of narcotics which federal agents estimated to be worth $500,000 on the illicit market. The three were charged with possession and salcof 15 ounces of high quality heroin in an indictment returned in federal District court Tuesday before Chief Judge W'iliam J. Campbell, but the indictment was suppressed until they were arrested Wednesday night. Seized in Apartment The three are Joseph Ma-rassa, 39, of 7958 Ada st; August Di Caro, 59, of 4819 S. Seeley av.; and Sam Garafolo, 55, of 703 W. 31st st. Federal narcotics agents ar rested Marassa as he left a basement apartment in a building he is alleged to own at 8301 Peoria st. The agents said they found 12 ounces of heroin on him and seven more ounces in the apartment Also in the apartment were cutting, mixing, and packaging equipment for dope, George M. Belk, agent in charge, reported. He said the heroin was more than 50 per cent pure, worth $750 an ounce or $25,500 on the legal market, but in the illicit trade its retail value vould be more than $500,000. Di Caro and Garafolo were arrrrted in their homes. Belk said that the discovery of the cutting and packaging equipment in Marassa's building "serves to substantiate Marassa's position in narcotics traffic as a major supply sour-r" The defendants face a maximum prison term of five years and a fine of $20,000 on each of 11 counts in the indictment Five counts are for possession, five for . sale, and .one for conspiracy against each. Make Five Purchases James PJ O'Brien, United States attorney, said narcotics agents made five separate purchases from the defendants, paying $9,250 for the 15 ounces of heroin. p. Arthur Connelly, chief of Ward's criminal division, said the purchase and confiscation was one of the largest single hauls of narcotics here in recent years. Want Ad Story TRIBUNE'S AD IS SHARP ON RENTING FLAT When the tenants in the three-room basement apartment at 4856 Byron av. had a baby re cently, they needed more room. So they notified their landlady, Mrs. T. Halatek, of their departure. A Tribune want advertiser since 1929, Mrs. Halatek again called The Tribune to find new renters. Her ad drew more than 15 calls in a single day, and the apartment was rented the morning the ad was printed. Furthermore the new tenants began to move in that same day. "Everybody reads The Tribune." said Mrs. .Halatek, 'and I always had good results with my Tribune want ads. ihis apartment was rented so fast that I had to put a 'no vacancy' sign in my windpw to turn away the latecomers." CTA CONSIDERS PROPOSALS FOR ' FAST 'U CARS Goal: Comfortable Ride, Less Noise Board members and staff executives of the Chicago transit authority will meet today to study proposed "new look" designs for elevated-subway trains with speeds up to 65 miles per hour. The meeting was called by Virgil E. Gunlock, transit authority chairman, after several major car manufacturers submitted modern design proposals in connection with the CTA's plans to buy 180 new "L"-sub-way cars at a cost of 15 million dollars. Approximately 150 of the new "L" cars are expected to be used on the Lake street rapid transit route, which recently began operating over the Chicago and North Western railway right-of-way west of Laramie avenue to Harlem avenue, Oak Park. The other 30 new cars are planned for the Douglas park route. '"One feature we are definitely looking for are elevated-subway cars for the future that will be capable of much higher speeds than those now in operation," said Gunlock. The CTA already has acquired approval for a federal government loan for IVz million dollars, which, if an option is exercised by June 1, would pay for half of the new fleet of 180 cars. The other 7Va million dol lars probably would come from the CTA's depreciation fund. DEATH NOTICES GREENHOUSE FRESH -t j OUR 75TH TEAR 1 If- L88B M EISI m ST. - T GREENHOUSE-MS 1. HARLEM hi Funeral Directors' LAIN & SON Funeral Information NORTH CHAPEL 5501 N. ASHLAND-AV. PHONE LOngbeoch 1-2645 SATURDAY Knotts Elma Lundberg Reuben H. 10 a. m NEAR NORTH CHAPEL 1035 N. DEARBORN-ST. PHONE: DEIoware 7-303 SOUTHEAST CHAPEL 2024 E. 75TH-ST. , PHONE: FAirfax 4-7177 ' FRIDAY Houtzer Herbert A. 11 a SOUTHWEST CHAPEL 2121 W. 95TH-ST. PHONE: BEverly 8-2182 FRIDAY Smith Harry O. 1 p SATURDAY Pine Bertha 1 p. m m. m. C. H. JORDAN & CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 108 YEARS 221 East Erie SUoerior 7-770 A Trusted Norm PISER MEMORIAL CHAPELS GRATCH MANDEL JOHN CARROLL SONS "HOME FOR FUNERALS" 25 E. Erie WHIteholl 4-6060 DRAKE & SON CHICAGO & PARK RIDGE ALL PHONES LO 1-6874 In Memoriam Frisch Alfred Frisch, Nov. 30, 1961. Your memory to us is o keepsake With which we will never port. Though God has you in His keeping. We alwoys have you In our heart. LOVING SISTER MILDRED AND BROTHER-IN-LAW HUGO. Smith Bernice D. Smith. We watched her slowly fade away. We could not keep her here. With aching heart we had to part From one we loved so dear. And while she rests In peaceful sleep Her memory we shall always keep. AUNT IDA Walsh Memoriol Moss Sunday for Kathleen and David Walsh. 11 a. m.. Sacred Heart church. 70th and May street. DAUGHTER, MARGARET M. SIR; SONS. WILLIAM, DAVID. JAMES. RAYMOND, DONALD; AND GRANDCHILDREN. Dedication Announcements Gold A monument will be dedicated In loving memory of Beatrice Gold, Sunday, Dec. 2, 1:30 P. m., Anshe Kanesses Israel No. 3 cemetery, Woldheim, sate No. 1. DEATH NOTICES "SEE" NOTICES Listed "below ere "See" notices wfclcs) re cross references to death notices Marine In today's Tribune. "See" notices feature the names f famihr members of the ceased wh have different leeat nam than the dec led because of mrriate or a legal chenee. Same "See" notices feature the maiden name of wife who may fee best known in the community fey her idea Bock See Anne Brennan See Ann Burkee See Gladys Cassazza See Ernest Damiano See Conale Durback See Joseph Fiduccia 'See Conale Krase See Bernice Piccinelli Se Cortole Reid See Canal Rosing See Bernice Ross See Canal Zeschke See Bemlc Fleming nolle. Fleming notice. G. Martin notlc. Toterka notlc. notice. Dziubak notlc. notke. Buglio notice. notice. notlc. Buglio notlc. notice. Buglio notlc. Allin Bertha Allin, nee Neff, beloved wife of the tete Dr. Frank W. Allin; mother of Frank C. Allin, Joon Raymond, Corlnne Allinsmith; grandmother of six; sister of Olive Neff, Ethel Boeeklen, and Edword Neff. Services at Sheldon Funeral Home, 5708 W. Madison street, Saturday 1 p. m. Interment Forest Horn. AU 1-2012, Applebaam . Moses Appleboum of 138 N. Porksld venue, beloved husband of Eva, nee Lazar; fond brother of Harry, William. Revo Kremen, and the lot Aaron. Service. Friday, 12 noon at Palmer-Louer Chapel, 1300 Devon avenue. Interment Shomrc Hodos, Woldheim. RO 1-2400. Andreotti Peter S. Andreotti, beloved husband of Mildred, nee Toamey; loving father of Arlene Gerritsen James, and Peter; grandfather of five; fond brother of Dora Dellanina, Eva Glenn, Ann Siani, Don, and Marie Strutz. Funeral Saturday, f , o. m., from Walsh-Lloyd Funeral Home, 9900 S. Throop street, to St. Helena of the Cross church. Moss :30 a. m. Interment St. Mary's. Member of Ridge coun cil. No. 1703, K. of C, and St. Helena's H. N. S. BE 8-2321. Balawender Anna Balawender, dear wife of the late Joseph; loving mother of the late Helen Szczeponiec. Funeral Saturday, 9 a. m., from Kowochek Funeral Home, 5774-74 Lawrence avenue. Interment family lot. Visitation 5 to 10 p. m. Friday. Balawender Joseph Bolowender, dear husband of the -, tote Anna. Funeral Saturday, a. m., from Kowochek Funeral Home, 5774-76 Lawrence avenue. Interment family lot. Barth Frank F. Barth of Homewood, beloved husband' of Mory; fond brother of Mrs. Julia Phillips of Akron, O.; uncle of three nieces and ne nephew. Funeral Saturday, 2 p. m., at Cordt Colonial Funeral Home, 18022 Dixie highway. Home-wood. Member of the Veterans of Spanish-American Wor and First Lieutenant of 61st Infantry of the 5th Division, U. S. Army in World War I; honorary member of the Society of 5th Division, U. S. A.; honorary member of V. F. W., Burns post. No. 8077 of Homewood; honorary member of American Legion post. No. 483; honorary member of Homewood Rotary club. Interment Oak Lawn cemetery. SY 8-0331. Basha Anton Basha of Brookfield. III., formerly of Chicago, loving father of Le Roy I Emily 1 Basha; grandtother of Le Roy and Mory Lee; one sister in Europe. Funeral Saturday, Dec. I, 9:30 a. m., from Johnson Funeral Home, 3845-47 Prairie avenue, Brookfield, to St. Bar-bora church. Solemn requiem moss 10 o. m. Interment Queen of Heaven. Member of S. N. f. J. Victorian lodge. No. 131. HU 5-0214. Beierlotzer John J. Beierlotier, loving son of Frank J. and the late Hattie, nee Glass; fond brother of Rosemary Moos, Rita Bielicki, Robert, and the late Ralph, Angeiine, and Leonard. Funeral Saturday at 10 a. m., from Muth Funeral Home, 2110 W. 22d place, to Mount Carmel cemetery. Visitation Friday after 6 p. m. Vi 7-6655. Blair ' James R. Blair, beloved son of Cora R Blair. Service private Saturday. 11 a. m., at Schlerf Funeral Home, 2118 Lawrence avenue. Interment Rosehlll. Visitation 5 to 9 p. m. Friday. LO 1-4850. Blanas Mory Blanas, nee Cocallas, late of 1719 Ridge ave., Evanston, beloved wife of Gust Blanas. loving mother of Christine (James) Rozaklis, George (Bessie, and Theodore IMaryannel Blanas; dear sister of Nick (Olymbia) Cocallas, Clara Nick Kotsiokos. Gust (Frances) Cocallas; fond sister-in-low of Frances (Christl Cocallas; beloved grandmother of 11. Funeral Saturday, 12:30 P. m , from Adinamis Funeral Directors, 4700 N. Western ave. Services 1 p. m. at St. Andrew's churcn, 5649 N. Sheridon rd. Interment Elmwood cemetery. LO 1-8696. Block Ethel Block, nee Fischer, formerly of Elgin, late of Chicago, beloved wife of Meyer; adored mother of Lester Block and Ruth Bermon; dorling grandmother of Lettv Bermon Margolis and Sandra Lee Block; great-grandmother of Andrea KoyJ Margolis; loving sister of Moms, Martin. Lester, Evelyn Marsden, and the late Horry, Herman, Jean Schenker, and Florence Baskin. Service Friday, 11 o. m., at Weinstein Bros. Chapel, 1300 Devon avenue. Interment Westiown. Inf., RO 1-2400. Please omit flowers. Bockwoldt Laura Bockwoldt, nee Yager, beloved wife of the late Nicklos; loving mother of Elsie (Charles) Petermon, Mabel Craig, Lorefta (Frank) Pritchord, and Henry Dorothvl Bockwoldt; grandmother Of six; great-grandmother of nine," dear sister of Emma Fredericks. Services Saturday. 11 a. m., at the Ray Kruse & Son Funeral Home, 5652 S. Ashlond avenue. Interment Mount Greenwood cemetery. RE 7-0077. Bonfield Concetta Arcurl Bonfield, beloved wife of the tote Michael Bonfield; loving mother of Treeda Toner, Frank. Bonfield, Marion Kimmich. Josephine, Marie, and Albert D. Bonfield; degr grandmother of Frank Jr., Patricia, Pamela, and Albert Bonfield Jr.; rond sister of Beatrice Dilbert, Mary Arcuri, the late Anthony Arcuri, and Katherin Marino. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a. m., from Bloke-Lamb Funeral Home, 79th street at Loomis boulevard, to All Soints church. Mass 10:30 a. m. Interment St. Marys cemetery. TR 4-1187. Bose Helen A. Bose, beloved wife of the late Fred; dear mother of Helen Ann Hohn of Orland, Cal.; loving daughter of Anna C. Jacobsen, and the late John N., Jr.; grandmother of four. Services Saturday, Dec. 1, 2 p. m., at Drake & Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western avenue. Interment Rosenill cemetery. LO 1-6874. Braan Frank J. Broun, late of 1940 S. Gunder-son ovenue, Berwvn, beloved husbond of Jennie W. Broun, nee Richter; deor father of Dr. Leslie J. Braun; father-in- law of Earloine; grandfather of four; great-grandfather of two. Services Thursday, 2 p. m., at H. Marik Sons Funeral Home, 6507 W. Cermak rood, Berwyn. GU, 4-6310 or Bl 2-3255. Brabec Frank J. Brabec, dearly beloved husband of Sara Byrnes Brabec; devoted father of Edward F.; fond father-in-low of Peggy Hoeflinger Brabec; grandfather of six; fond brother of Joseph, Charles, Ann Zollinger, Mildred Maly, Elsie Toth, George, and the late Mary Novak. Funeral Monday, 9 a. m., from McKeon Funeral Home, 37th st. at Lowe av., to St. David church. Interment Holy Sepulchre. Member of Quigley council, K. of C. ond St. David H. N. S. YA 7-0925. Bredenkamp Friedo E. Bredenkamp, nee Treskow, beloved wife of the kite John H.; dear mother of Carl and Ralph Bredenkamp; grandmother of Joan, Ronald, and Wayne; sister of the Rev. Frank Treskow and Harriet Kirkpatrick. Resting at the Em-mering Funeral Home, 6126 Roosevelt rd.. Oak Park, where services will be held Saturday, Dec. 1, at 1:30 p. m. Interment Concordia. Vi 8-6106. Britt Patrick T. Britt, husband of the late Ellen nee Duffy. Nov. 27, in his 93d year; beloved father of Agnes Geib, Frances Tarpey, and Helen Sch.'ffer; brother of Anna J. Britt and the late Ellen Seabott and Agnes C. Britt. At Birren & Son Funeral Home, 1356 Wellington avenue, otter 6 p. m., Thursday. Funeral Saturday morning, at 9:30. Services in St. Vincent's church at 10 o'clock. Interment Calvary cemetery. Please omit flowers. Bruram Harold W. Brumm. beloved husband of Catherine, nee Duffin; uncle of Mary Ann Copland; fond brother of Tillie i Kristof, Freda Taylor. Hazel Coarie, the j late Ott, Albert, Elsie Andrews. Henry, and Clara Given; grandfather of Kathleen and Scott Copland. Service Friday, 2 p. m., at Fitzhenry Funeral Home. 140 E. North avenue, Northloke. Interment Memoriol Estates. Fi 5-5075. Buck Gladys S. Buck. Nov. 28, oae 72, late of 14533 Normal ovenue, Riverdale, beloved wife of John W.; loving mother of Mrs. Gladys Perreault, Mrs. Hazel Anderson, Kenneth T., and A. Howard Buck; oeor sister of Mrs. Hazel Plnney and Thomas P. Wolker; grandmother of 11. Reposing at Community Mortuary, 144th street and Indiana ovenue, Riverdoie. services Saturday, 1:30 p. m. Interment Evergreen cemetery. Vi 9-5500. ( Buglio Bernice Buglio, nee Krase, beloved wife of John Buglio; dear mother cf Mrs. Jeanne Raymond Rosing; fond daughter of Henry and the late Bern ica. Krase; loving sister of Mrs. Esther (Elmer) Zeschke ond Fred Krase. Funeral Saturday, 12:30 p. m., from Gronata Funeral Home, 1702 W. 69th street. Interment Avon cemetery, Groyslake, III. PR 6-0400. Barke Robert F. Burke, Nov. 29, age 62, beloved husbond of Theresa, nee Sloan; loving father of Mrs. Peter (Mory) Uchmon, Mrs. Edword Theresa Wommski, Mrs. James Joan Good, Robert Jr.. and Donald; 15 grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren; brother of Mrs. Nap (Alice) Surprenont, Mrs. George (Ruth) Johnson, Edward and Raymond Burke. Member of South Deering Improvement association end C. I. Cn, local No. 1055. Resting at the Tews Funeral Home, 79th street ond Phillies ovenue. Funeral Sot-urdav, 9:15 a. m., from funeral home to St. Kevin's church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Mary's. SO 8-6959. Bnsch Williom C. Busch, beloved husband of Augusta; dear father of Agnes Giesler, Florence Johnston, Ethel Sond, Arthur, and Ralph. Resting at Pfeiter-Elliston Funeral Home, 60 S. Grant street, Hinsdale. Funeral Saturday, 1:30 p. m. Interment St. John's. FA 3-0275. Calvert Ethel Cotvert, resident of Methodist Old Peoples home, dear sister of Millard of Kankakee and Howard R. Calvert. Services Saturday, Dec 1, 9:30 o m., at Drake t. Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western avenue. Interment Nework. III. LO 1-6674. Canale Carl Canale, suddenly, of Elmwood Park, dearly beloved husbond of Cecelia, nee Damiano; loving father of Attorney Joseph Canale; fond son of Jennie, nee Guzzo, and the lot Joseph; dear brother f Lillion Fiduccia and Virginia (Dr. Jasper Ross. Funeral Saturday, Dec 1. at 9:15 a. m., from DeNicolo-Lesniok . Funeral Home. 5734 Diversey avenue, comer Mango, to St. Celestin church. Elmwood Pork. Entombment St. Joseph cmtry. TU 9-0)15 r 889-0115. Candella , Josephine Condello, dear wife of Philip; beloved mother of Joseph John (Florence) ond Philip Jr.; grandmother of David ' Miehoei; fond niece of Peter Spiech; sister-in-law of Art and Jeanefte - A Bene and Irene Spiech. Funeral Saturday, 9 a. m., from the Montcloir Funeral Home, 6901 W. Belmont, to St. Gregory .. church. Interment St. Adalbert cemetery. NA 2-9300. Carlson Theodore Carlson? Nov. 28, 1962, kite of 2621 S. Hamlin avenue, dear brother of Alice Wennerstrond end Arthur Carlson. Funeral Salurdoy, 2:30 p. m from Nelson Funeral Chapel, 5149 51 N. Ashland avenue, at Foster, to Graceland- LO 1-5147. ' Carr Eleanor Carr, nee Forrest, beloved wife of Raymond; loving mother of Ernest (Joyce) Soderauist; dear sister of Esther Beckmon, Edna Heilman, Frong, George nd Edward Forrest, the late Henry and Ann Anderson; grandmother of three. Funeral Saturoav, Dec. 1, 11 a. m., from John H. Potto Funeral Home, 1256-58 W. 5Tst street, to St. Adrian church. Interment St. Mory cemetery. BO 8-5257. Clark Bemord M. Clork Sr., Nov. "28, 1962, beloved husband of Eleanor Berg Clork; father of Bernard M. Jr., Eleanor Cheley, and Kenneth Clark. Services Soturdoy, 9:30 a. m at Sullivan and Son Funeral Home, 6311 N. Clork street. Interment Mount Olive cemetery. Member of Park loose. No. 843, A. F. & A. M. Claude Julius A. Claude, beloved husbond of me late Roberto, nee Thompson; fond father of Poul L. Mory M.). Resting at Martens Chopel, 6451-53 S. Ashland. Visitation Fridoy, 2 .to 10 p. m. Interment private. PR. 6-0220. Cline ' Jane M. Cline, beloved wife of John; fond mother of John M. ond Mory Jane Jonaes; grandmother of 3; sister of Elsie Roy end Agnes Duncan. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 o. m., from Serme Funeral Home, Lake street and 2d ovenue, Mav-wood, to St. James church, Mavwood. Moss 10 a. m. Interment Mount Carmel cemetery. 343-0014. Cohn Irving Cohn, lote of 5704 N. Kenmore, beloved husbond of Claire; dearest father of Rcnold I. and Michael A.; brother of George, Som, Sol, Marv Fel-senthal. Helen Friedman, Mildred Wolfe, and Dorothy Flaxmon; fond grandfather of Lvnn and William. Services Friday, 12 noon, at Original Weinstein & Sons Chopel, 3019 W. Peterson rood, interment Westiown cemetery. Member of Temple immonuei, iwin orchard Country club, and the Chicago Apparel club. Information, LO 1-1890. Cook Mildred Cook, suddenly, dear daughter of the late Matthias ond Mory; fond sister of Genevieve Rolph. Resting at Thomas J. Cooney Sons Funeral Home, 3552 South port avenue. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 . m. to St. Andrew's church. Interment St. Joseph. Member of St. Andrew's A. and R. society. De Renne Williom Lawrence De Renne. M. D . formerly of Chicago, in Clinton, Ind , husband of Gladys E , nee Longlois; father of Glourie. Clarice, Deborah, ond Lawrence; brother of Mrs. Henry (Hope) Foley, ond Mrs. Maurice Elaine McMohon of Chicago ond Alfred ei Von Nuys, Col. Funeral, )0 a. m. Saturday, at Newport Methodist church, Newport. Ind. Interment Cedar Park cemetery about 3:30 P. m. Masonic aroveside service by John B. Sherman lodge. No. 880, A. F. & A. M. Drapanes John Drapanes. late of 5301 S. Moody, loving father of Marie (Tom) Keegan; fond grandfather of Jeanne Schmitz, John C. Drapanes, Mary Mull; reat-grond-father of five. Funeral Saturday, 12:15 p. m., from chopel, 5948 S. Archer avenue. Services at 1 p. m. at St. Constantino church, 7315 S. Stony Islond. Interment Evergreen cemetery. PO 7- Dusek Joseph Dusek, beloved husbond of the late Josephine; loving father of Mory Coulfield, Helen Pavlik and Frank (Ethel) Dusek. Services Saturday, Dec. 1, at 10 o. m., at H. Marik Sons. 2534 S. Pulaski rood. Interment Wood-lawn. La 1-3972. Dziubak Joseph R. Dziubok, deor brother of Mory Moierski and Wanda IWalterl Makow-ski; brother-in-low of Frank Rofa; uncle of 14 nephews ond nieces. Funeral Soturdoy, Dec. 1, 9:30 a. m from John H. Potka Funeral Home, 1256-S8 W. 51st street, to St John of God church. Interment Resurrection. BO 8-5257. Fahey Patrick Fahey, beloved husband of Kath-erine, nee Reilly; loving father of Mary Pfundstein, Theresa Kelly, James J., Raymond B., and Robert V. Fohey; grondfather of five; fond brother of James, Andrew and William Fahey, and Bridget in Ireland, the late Thomas, John, ond Michael. Funeral Saturday, Dec. 1, 1962, at 9:30 a. m., from the John E. Maloney Co. Funeral Home, 1359 W. Devon ovenue, to St. I to church. Moss 10 a. m. Interment All Soints cemetery. Member of division 241, CTA, ond Holy Name Society of St. Ito church. Native of Cappagh Partry. County Mayo, Ireland. RO 4-1617. Feiereisel Hermon Feiereisel, lote of Chorlevoix, Mich., besloved husband of the tote Anna; fond father of Eleanor left and Elmer; brother of Morie Geyer, Alvina Magnuson, Charles, Alex, Louise Dietz, ond Lillion Jordan; grandfather of four, ond greatgrandfather of 10. Member or Community lodge. No. 1005, A. F. A A. M. Service Saturday, Dec. 1, 1 p. m., at Drake 8, Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western avenue. Interment Memorial Pork cemetery. LO 1-6874. Fleming Anne Therese Fleming, dearly beloved sister of Catherine Bock, Grace O'Keefe. Ruth Skehon, Dorothy Schneider, the late Mary Anderson and Jean Sanderberg; devoted friend of Anno Brennan. Funeral Saturday, 9 a. m., from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 79th street, ot Loomis boulevard, to Visitation church. Interment Mount Olivet cemetery. TR 4-1187. Frank Benjomin A. Frank of 640 W. Wright-wood avenue, beloved husband of Sally; deor brother of Sadve Davidson and Gertrude Levon. Services Fridoy. 1 p. m., at Piser Memorial Chopel, 5206 Broadway. . Interment Rosemont Pork. LO 1-4740. Gabriele Steve Gabriele; beloved husband ot Frances, nee Antonello; lovino father of Josephine and Evelyn; devoted son of Marco ond the late Josephine; fond brother of Rose Yucus, Mory Ricci, Annette Chuck, James, Frank, and the late John and Anthony; dear grandfather of Steven. Funeral Soturdoy, 10 a. m., at Fortuno Funeral Home, 4401-03 S. Kedzie. Mass 11 a. m. at St. Joseph and St. Anne church. Entombment Queen of Heaven. LA 3-7781. Gladrow';' - Hertjert C. Gladrow, Nov. 21, at Las A ngeies, formerly of Chicago., sarvk and Interment Los Angeles. Glomski John J. Glomski, beloved husbond of M. G. Bobel; loving father of John Jr., Eugene, James,-and Jerome; deor son of Emeline. Funeral Saturday, 10:30. m, from Sconlon Funeral Home, 2907 N Clark street, at Surf, to Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Interment AH toints. Fourth degree Member of De Soto council, K. of C, No. 517 L So lie General Assembly; Third Order of St. Francis " and Nocturnal Adoration society. Goldsmith Myron Goldsmith of 2930 N.' Sheridon Toad, beiloved husbond of Clara, nee Foimon; dear father of Morton and Kay Rita Weksel; grandfather of twa; devcted son of the late Adoloh and- Aebecco; fond brother of Leah Worshawsky, Marlon Yole, Hannah Davis. Leo A., Sidney, . ond the lote Kate Yale and Molly Bauer. Services Friday, 2 p. m., at Piser Memoriol Chapel, 6935 Stony island avenue. Interment Beverly. Friends may. pov their resperts ot chopel Thursday eveauig. DO 3-4920. T Guest Joseph A. Guest, beloved husband of Margaret J. Kelly Guest; living father of Thomas A., Donald J. F. T. G -3. U. S. N., and Gerald T. Guest; fond brother of Catherine Hughes and Mrs. Winifred Hancher, both in England. F nerai soTuroov, :is a. m., from the Sheehy Funeral Home, 8243 S. Ashland avenue, to St. Margaret of Scotland church. Mass 10 a. m. ' Interment St. Mary's cemetery. ST 3-7700. Gum Guv C. Gum, beloved husband of ErVello; deor father of Norton and Prisrillo Fieber; loving grandtother of two; fond brother of Poui-ne Schiemann. Service Soturdoy, Dec 1, 2:30 p. m t Mot Funeral home, 3440 N. Central avenue, to Graceland. Gustafson Friedo Gustafson of Western Springs, beloved wife of the loe Chm-les; loving mother of John of Birmingham. Ala.; - grandmother of two. Service Saturday, 1 o. m., at Merker Funeral Home, 5'8 Hillgrove ovenue, corner of Franklin, Western Springs. Interment Bronswood. CH 6-1500. Hansen ' Elmer A. Honsen Sr., beloved husband of Florence, nee Nicol; deor father of Elmer Jr., and Doris: loving grandfather of three; fond brother of Jennie Schodt-ler. Member of Ben Hur lodge. No. 816, A. F. & A. M., end Pointer Sauare chapter. No. 259, R. A. M. Services Saturday, Dec. 1, II o. m . at Matz Funerol Home, 3440 N. Central avenue. Interment Irving Pork. Hecht Raymond Hecht, beloved husband of Donna; fond step-brother of Coral Pvrek; step-son of Frank Pvrek; also survived by uncles, aunts, nepnews, and nieces. Funeral Saturday, 9 a. m., from Malec Funeral Home, 834-38 N. Ashlond avenue, to Annunciation church. Interment St. Adalbert. Hens Borboro M. Hens, nee Weinz, Of 2436 Thornwood avenue, Wilmette, wife ot Joseph; mother of Catherine Lopez, Marion Hons, Joseph Jr., Irene Schopen, ond the lote Margaret Hens; sister of Suson Thalman ond Peter Weinz; five grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Member of St. Mary's Attar ond Rosary society. Resting ot the Llndsey Home for Funerals, 725 Ridge rood, Wilmette. Funeral Saturday. 9:30 a. m.. from chapel. Moss 10 a. m. at St. Joseph's church. Interment St. Peter's. AL 1-0269. Herzmann Axel Williom Herzmann, beloved husband ot Helen, nee Beck; dear brother of Ida, Ernest of Long Islond, N Y., Carl ond Morie Jensen of Long Island, N. Y. Member of Danish Athletic' club and Portoge Park lodge. No. 220, L. O. O. M. Service Saturday, 10 a. m., at Nielsen Funeral Home, 3301 Fullerton avenue. Interment Acacia Pork. Hibbert Jennie Hibbert, age 92, Nov. 29, 1962, ot Jane Bryant Rest Home, Crown Point. Service Saturday, Dec. I, 9:30 a. m., ot Schroeder Funeral Home, 3227 Ridoe rood, Lansing, III. Interment Oak Woods cemetery, Chicogo. Please omit flowers. Hirsch Ruth N. Hirsch. oge 51, ot 6043 Peck avenue. La Grange, III., beloved wHe of Horry G. Hirsrh; mother of Ralph; grandmother ef David and Ronald. Private services. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Multiple Sclerosis National society will be appreciated. Hogan Daniel M. Hogan, beslnved husbond of the late Marv; uncle of Daniel M., R. E , ond F. V. Hogan. Service Saturday. 9:30 o. m , ot Euan Funeral Home, 3700 W. 63d street. Interment Beverly. Member of Mustic Star lodge. No. 758, A. F. k A. M. LU 2-20O0. Holmgren Fritz H. Holmgren, beloved husband of th lote Mario, nee Eklund; deor father of Hildur Miller, Linnea Chow, Gloria Bradley, Austrid Turmon of Wis., Carl ond Rudolph; grandfather of 25 ond great-grandfather of six. Services Saturday, 10:30 a. m. at Haver funeral home, 5017 W. Chicogo avenue. Interment Mount Olive. Hull Lomar B. Hull, beloved husband of Theresa C; fond father of James F., Mrs. Dorothy F. Cahill, Albert L., Rita E and Eugene K.; loving grandfather of 10. Funeral Friday, 1:30 p. m., at Hursen chapel, 5911 W. Modlson street. Interment Oakridge. Jacobs George Jocobs, beloved tiusbond of Christina, nee Schmidt; fond father of Morie Richer Marcella Sterner, Wilma Weei, Raymond (Ben), William, and the late Aiphonse; loving brother ef Lena Macht, Anna Sill, and John. Funeral Saturday, Dec. 1, 9:30 a. m., from Leo M. Brieske & Son C no pel, 2859 N. Southport avenue, to St. Alphonsus church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery. 935-6111. Jahn Richord H. John of Arlington Heights, beloved husband of the rote Lillie, nee Kranz; deor father of Marion O'Connell, Richard, and the late Frank; five grandchildren; fond brother of Robert, Rose Foley, the late Martin, and William. Service Saturday, 1:30 p. m., at Louter-burg 8, Oehler Funeral Home, 2000 E. Northwest hwv., to Prindle av., Arlington Heights. Interment Arlington Heights cemetery. M'mber of Arlington Feiohts lodge. No. 162, A. F. 8. A. M. 253-5423. Johnson Euretta Johnson of 198 Myrtl avenue, Elmhurst, III., wife of rh lote Gilbert. At the Pedersen-Ryberg Mortuary. 435 N. York street, Elmhurst, where services will be held Saturday, ot 10 a. m. Interment Elm Lawn. Inf., TE 4-1133. Cont. on following page X j't :UNER.L DIRECTORY , IJcjienrlable information, jzuidance and arrangements are a few of the services ollered bv the Funeral Directors listed here: LOOP SISSON FUNERAL DIRECTORS 839 S. Wabash Ave. WE 9-4488 NORTH DRAKE BRITHWAITE CO. DANIEL R. BEINECKE President 2219-21 Lincoln Ave. LI 9-3460 EWALD FUNERAL HOME 2501-03 Southport Ave. LI 9-0098 GEORGE KLANER FUNERAL HOME 4717 Broadway LO 1 or ED 4 2966 NORTHWEST CHAS W. ANDERSON 4325 Armitooe Av. BE 5-2581 COLLINS FUNERAL HOME . 350 W.. North Ave. TU 94844 CORCORAN FUNERAL HOME 6150 N. Cicero Ave. PE 6-3833 A. W. FURMAN FUNERAL HOME 3100 W. Irving Pork Rd. IR 8-5800 HOME FOR FUNERALS 3834 W. Irving Park Rd. IR 84)666 OTTO J. JAEGER FUNERAL HOME 3526 N. Cicero Ave. Kl 5-1320 MATZ FUNERAL HOME 3440 N. Central Ave. Kl 5-5420 MEE 4 RAMME FUNERAL DIRECTORS 3918 W. Irving Pork Rd. IR 8-0038 JOHN C. MEISZNFR 5624 W. Irving Park Rd. PE 6-9000 HENRY W. MUELLER 5308 W. Belmont Ave. AV 6 8 740 WM. C. SMITH , SONS Faneral Heme 2500 N. Cicero Av. BE 7-8070 THEIS FUNERAL HOME 3517 N. Pulaski Rd. IN 3-5800 SOUTHWEST DONNELLAN FUNERAL HOMES 10525 S. Western Av. BE 8-0075 EDGAR FUNERAL HOME - 1107 W. 79th St. RA 3-0876 EGAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS 3700 W. 63d St. LU 1-2000 FRANK M. FORAN FUNERAL HOME 7306 Archer, Summit McPHEE FUNERAL HOME 7133 S. Western Ave. Lockport. III. MODELL FUNERAL HOME 5725 S. Pulaski Rd. STARR FUNERAL HOME 2322 W. 111th HARRY P. SULLIVAN A SON 2701 W. 63d St. PR 64300 CL 8-0208 PR 6-077 TE 8-0345 PO 7-4730 BE 8-6668 SUBURBAN BLAKE-LAMB FUNERAL HOME 4727 W. lC3d. Oak Lawn BE 3-1194 DRECHSLER FUNERAL HOME 203 S. Morion. Oak Park EU 3-3191 C. KAMPP ft SON 318 N. Central EU 6-5840 120 N. Hale St., Wheaton MO 8-0061 517 Main St., Glen Ellvn HO 9-0049 RYAN-PARKE FUNERAL HOME 120 So. N, W. Hwy.. Pork Ridg 823-1171 GEO. SCHUBERT FUNERAL HOME 6617 W. Cermak Rd.. Berwvn. III. ST 8-1092 SOUTH ADAMS FELDHOFF 4 WHITESEL 8701 Dorchester Ave. RE 1-7800 BLAKE-LAMB FUNERAL HOMES 1413 W. 79th St. TR 4-1187 712 W. 31st St. VI 21158 BRADY FUNERAL HOME 1018 W. 79th St. VI 6-0600 CORCORAK FUNERAL HOME 1420 E. 87th St. SO 8-8600 DONNELLAN FUNERAL HOMES 7651 S. Jefferv Blvd SO 84821 HEINEN ft LOSCHETTER 7013 s. Racine Ave. ST 3-046! KENNY BROTHERS FUNERAL HOME 5438 S. Hoisted St. BO 8-0661 THOMAS MclNERNEVS SONS 4635 S. Wallace St. B0 8 0703 SKEELES COLONIAL CHAPEL Stony Islond 8. 86th PI. BA 1-3680 WE5T CARDINAL FWMrat C Impel KB 3-4182 3901 W. Chicooo 6621 vV. North Ave. CHRASTKA MEMORIAL CHAPELS XitR W. 26th St. 6301 W. Cermak Rd. C. KAMPP ft SOM 318 N. Central Ave. CONBOY FUNERAL HOME 4817 W. Madison St. MALEC FUNERAL HOME 834-38 N. Ashlond Av. MCNEILL, INC. 217 N. Cicero Ave. SHELDON FUNERAL HOME 5708 W. Madison St. 72.11 OL 2-1023 AU 7-0017 AU 7-1136 HA 1-5800 AU 7-1700 AU 7-2012 FUKERAL DIRECTORS WHO DESIRE INFORMATION BEGAXSIK3 THIS DIRECTORY PHOKEl HAROLD A. JACKSON, 2224811 lbJbjlfc-4RJWJl

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