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CHICAGO UAlbi j it 1 li U JS K: x u ifoJJA V. Al'ltlL 11, 1U01 B Mrs. Minnie Leitzell Benton, Wis., April 10 Special Services for Mrs. Minnie Leitzell, 87, who died Friday while undergoing surgery for a broken hip. were held here Saturday. Mrs. Leitzell had resided in Benton since 1911, when she came here with her husband, Dr. Peter W. Leitzell, who died in 1943. She leaves a son, Ted Leitzell, public relations Erector for Zenith Radio corporatioi in Chicago; three daughters, Mrs. Caroline Smith, Danbury, Conn.; Mrs. Don West, Car-bondale, 111.; and Mrs. Catn-erine Smith, Chicago; eight grandchildren, and five greatgrandchildren. Charles B. Hoefer Sr. Last rites for Charles" B. , Hoefer Sr., 51, of 10501 Arte, sian av., who died Sunday in Jackson Park hospital, will be held tomorrow afternoon in Hisginsville, Mo. Mr. Hoefer was. a procurement representative for the Martin company of Denver, a missile firm with Chicago offices at 140 S. Dearborn st. A native of Lexington, Mo., he attended the Kemper Military school, Boonville, Mo. Surviving are his widow, Naomi, and a son, Charles Jr. Arthur J. Baskin Services for Arthur J. Baskin, 63, of 4849 N. Harding av., will be held at 10 a. m. today in the chapel at 5206 Broadway. Mr. Baskin died Sunday. He was a partner, in the American Textile Woolen company, 225 W. Van Buren st, from 1927 to 1952, and since then haa been a salesman for the Red Cross Shoe company. Surviving are his widow, Kate; two sons, Bernard E. and Marfn I.; three brothers, two sisters, "and five grandchildren. Elmer I. Messenger Elmer I. Messenger, 59, of 1540 Park av., River Forest, died yesterday in Oak Park hospital. He was president of the Argas Oil company, 6547 Addison st, which he founded in 1933. He leaves his widow. Gebrgie; a daughter, Mrs. Elaine Fitzpatrick; his mother, Mrs. Dora Messenger; three sisters, and a brother. Services will be held at 1 p. m. Thursday in the chapel at 523 Lake st., Oak Park. Graham G. Olson The funeral of Graham G. Olson, 55, of 5834 Odeli av., will be held at 1:30 p. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 6754 Northwest hwy. Mr. Olson, who died Sunday, was president of the Hunter Paper company and former manager of the American Writing Paper corporation, Holyoke, Mass. He leaves his widow, Edna; three sons, Graham Jr., Richard, and John; a brother, and a grandson. Dr. Otto II. Larsen The funeral of Dr. Otto Larsen, 64, of 6420 N. Artesian av., a dentist in Chicago for 42 years, will be held at j 1 p. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 5303 N. Western av. Dr. Larsen, who died Sunday, was graduated from the Northwestern university dental school in 1919. Surviving are his widow, Elizabeth; a son, William; a daughter, Mrs. Madeleyn Miles: four brothers; and six grandchildren. Clifford K. Rubin Funeral services for Clif-; ford K. Rubin, 59, of 3344 W. Arthur av., Lincolnwood, an attorney, will be held at 11 a. m. today in the chapel at 3019 Peterson av. Mr. Rubin, who died Sunday, had offices at 77 W. Washington st. and had practiced law in Chicago for 30 years. He leaves his widow, Frances; two sons, David and Daniel; and a brother. Henry W. Burritt Bloomington, 111., April 10 IT) Henry W. Burritt, 68. president of Eureka Williams corporation of Bloomington from 1939 to 1954, died yesterday in Sarasota, Fla. He was a vice president of the Kelvinator company in Detroit before coming here. He also was a former treasurer of the Illinois Manufacturers association. Services will be held Wednesday in Sarasota. Don't Omit Sympathy... IT U ARIES Jerome J. Lane Jerome J. Lane, 52, of 55CS N. Campbell av., died yesterday in I dgewater hospital. Mr. Lane, who was graduated in 1932 from the De Paul law school, operated a scrap metal business from his home for many years. Surviving are his widow, Monnie; a son, Harry; a daughter, Doreene; his mother, Mrs. Bessie Lane, and a sister. Services will be held at 2 p. m. today in the chapel at 1300 Devon av. Dr. Arthur Roe Dr. Arthur Roe, 59, of 3530 Lake ShoretDr., a dentist at 1000 Argyle st. for more than 30 years, died yesterday in Weiss Memorial hospital. He was the dentist at Guardian Angel orphanage for more than 25 years. Survivors include his mother, Rachel, and a sister. Services will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 5206 Broadway. Paul Walker Long Sr. Huntington, W. Va., April 10 LR Paul Walker Long Sr., 64, former board chairman of the Huntington Publishing company, died in a hospital last midnight from a cerebral hemorrhage. The company which Long formerly headed publishes the Huntington Herald-Dispatch, the Advertiser, and the Sunday Herald-Advertiser. Mrs. Elizabeth Mulvaney Mass for Mrs. Elizabeth Mulvaney, 93, formerly of 1519 Glenlake av., will be said today in Scottsdale, Ariz. She died Sunday, two months after moving to Scottsdale. She' is survived by two sons, Vincent and Ambrose; three daughters, Elizabeth, Josephine, and Mrs. Mary Rior-dan; six grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Aymer W. Beck Funeral services for Mrs. Bertha Brown Beck, 70, of 5132 Drexel av., will be held at 10 a. m. Thursday in St. Edmunds Episcopal church, 6105 Michigan av. Mrs. Beck, who died Sunday, was president of the Social Service guild of the church. Surviving are her husband, Aymer W., and four brothers. Dr. Milzor W. Deist Last rites for Dr. Milzor W. Deist, 68, of 7847 Colfax av., will be held at 1:30 p. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 2434 E. 79th st. Dr. Deist, a dentist with offices in the Merchandise Mart, died Sunday. He leaves his widow, Pauline; two sons, Milzor Jr. and .John; a daughter, Mrs. Jean Fogel; a grandchild; and three sisters. -FUNERAL OIRECT0RS- LAIN $ SON Funeral Information NORTH CHAPEL 5501 N. ASH LAND-A V. PHONE: LOngbeach 1-2645 TUESDAY Ryan Daniel 9:30 a. m. NEAR NORTH CHAPEL 1(l.'!5 N". DKAKISOHN-ST. PHONE: DEIaware 7-.".OJ6 SOUTHEAST CHAPEL 2024 E 75TH-ST. PHONE: FAirf;ix 4-7177 -TUESDAY Crow Raymond 2 p. m. Pape Leroy F. 11a. m. SOUTHWEST CHAPEL '.'121 V. 95TH -ST. PHONE: BEverly 8-21 82 TUESDAY Campbell Clyde 11a.m. Lindstrom Edward 1 p. m. WEDNESDAY Ballantine Hazel 2 p. m. 11 a. m. Gladstone Thomas Piser MEMORIAL CHAPELS NORTH SOUTH NORTHWEST WEST CHICAGO DRAKE & SON FUNERAL HOMES FOUR GENERATIONS OF SERVICE 5303 N. WESTERN-AV. 127 N. Northwest-highway. Park Ridge LOngbeach 1-6874 C. H. JORDAN & CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 107 YEARS 221 East Erie Superior 7-7709 FURTH CHAPEL JEWISH FUNERAL DIRECTORS ESTABLISHED 1865 2100 E. 75th-st Ml 3-5400 BILGER FUNERAL HOMES 6203 S. Lake Park HY 3-0013 2035 E. 79th-st. SO 8-1610 IN MEM0RIAM - DeMarchi Guj DeMarchl. In cherished memory of our beloved brother on his 60th birthday. BEA. EDA AND JOHNNIE. Rohde Elizabeth Rohde. In loving memory of my darling wife's birthday. Deep in my heart lies a picture. More precious than silver and gold. It's a picture of my darling wife. Whose memory will never grow old. YOUR LOVING HUSBAND, ROY. FRATERNAL NOTICES EM ERA CHAPTER NO. 402, O. E. V. Sister Frieda Helbauer at 3440 N. Central avenue. Service Wednesday, 2:00 p. m. GERALDINE MAMSEN W. M. SHEET METAIi WORKERS CSION. LOCAL 73 Service for Brother Frank Turner Wednesday. April 12. 9 a. m.. t chapel. 5120 Fullerton avenue. JAMES T. TRACY. Secretary. SHEET METAL WORKERS fXIO, LOCAL 73 Service for Brother John Kidd. Wednesday. April 12. 1 p. ro., at chapel. H541 S. Kedzie avenue. JAMES T. TRACY. Secretary. AKWOUNUtMEinS CANCER RESEARCH Is Everyone's Responsibility Your Memorial Gift or Bequest Will Make the Final Break thru Possible. Tax Deductible. The Cancer Research Foundation 8 E. Jackson-blvd. HArriton 7-885S Raymond F. Buckley Mass for Raymond F. Buckley, 63, of 1229 W. 31st St., chief elevator starter in Tribune Tower, will be'saidat 10 a. m. tomorrow in t. Bridget's church, 2928 Archer av. Mr. Buckley, ',who died Sunday, started with The Tribune 31 years ago as an elevator operator. His brother, Howard, is a member of The Tribune's plant security de partment. Also surviving are his widow, Nellie; two daugh ters, Shirley and Mrs. Doris Cosentino; four other brothers, William, George, Arthur, and Harold; a sister, Mrs. Irene Sweitzer, and two grandchildren. DEATH NOTICES ""j Ahsen Josephine Ahsen. beloved wife of the late Fred: loving .mother of Elsie Fritz and Florence Ahsen; sister of George Schulu; mother-in-law of Julius Fritz. Service Wednesday. 2:45 p. m.. at K. C. Hammann Funeral home, 1023 N. California avenue. Interment Elmwood. I1U 6-6358. Allen Anna Mullaney Allen, beloved wife ot Charles P.: dear mother of Rita Gilbert. Dorothy Howard. Donald J., and C'harlyne Cusick: grandmother of eight: great-grandmother of one; dear sister of Margaret Flynn. Michael, and the late James A. Mullaney. At the Con-boy chapel, 4817 Madison street. Funeral Thursday. 10:30 a. m., to Our Lady Help of Christians church. Mass 11 a. m. Burial Queen of Heaven. AU 7-1136. Angone James R. Angone. beloved husband of Hetty, nee Cortese; loving father ot Anthony. Salvatore. Maria, and Glna: dear son of Theresa and the late Tony Angone; fond brother of Nick, Mrs. Madeline I Leon 1 Lott. and Captain Anthony Angone. U. S. A. Funeral Wednesday. 9:30 a. m.. from chapel. 1702 W. 69th street to Little Flower church. Mass at 10.30. Interment Mount Olivet. PR 6-0600. Baines Florence M. Baines. See Mabel Tow nonce. Ballantine Hazel A. Ballantine. April 8. 1961. beloved wife of K. Kay Ballantine: dear mother of Bonnie B. Apley: fond sister of Mayme Uhlman and James Lucas. At Lain & Son chapel, 2121 W. 95th street, where service will be held Wednesday. April 12. at 2 P. m. .Interment Evergreen. Past matron of Clark-Kenner chanter. No. 676 O. E. S.J past president of South Shore renter of Infant Welfare: member of Daughters of the Kile, and South Shore Country club. In lieu ot flowers, memorials may be sent to Krebiozen Research Founda tion. Baskin Arthur J. Baskin of 4849 N. Harding avenue, beloved husband of Kate, nee Sugar; devoted father of Bernard E. and Marvin I., both of Toronto, Canada; loving grandfather of Heidi, Randy, Daryl. Eliot, and Amy; fond brother of Jack. Ned, and Dave, all ot California Sophie Simon, Evelyn Neumann, the late Sadelle Goldberg and Louis. Service Tuesday, 10 a. m.. at Piser Memorial chapel, 5206 Broadway. Interment West-lawn. Please omit flowers, contribution may be made to the Heart fund or the Cancer fund. LO 1-4740. BaumI See Dr. James B. Poupa notite. Berlin Hedwig Berlin, beloved wife of the late John: dear mother of Jule Blank. Adolph Edward Berlin, the late Axel K. and Emil L.: grandmother of Robert Blank. Resting at Peterson Funeral home. ti!138 W. North avenue. Service Wednesday, 2:."0 p. m. Interment Irving Park. Member of Melin-Romer post aur. No. 728. A. L. ME 7-4441. Bielawski See Assunta Di Cristofaro notice. Boettcher Gertrude E. Boettcher, nee Begalke, beloved wife of the late CaTl Boettcher; sister of Walter and John Begalke. Services at Barron funeral home, Klston avenue, corner of Pulaski road Wednesday. April 12. 1:30 o. m. Cre mation Acacia Park cemetery. Past Matron of Supreme chapter No. 28, O. E. S.: also member of Nazareth Shrine, No. 20, W. S. .1. and Karnak rniiri. No 17. T-adias Oriental Shrine In lien of flowers, a memorial to the Maylair Presbyterian church building fund would be appreciated. KE 9-6100. Boivin See McCIory notice. ; Boshes Esther Boshes, of 2S4 8 W. Albion avenue, beloved wife of the late Ben: loving mother of Dave, Harry, Max. and Jcanette Jean I Tubin; dear mothcr-in-law of Dorothy Boshes, Dorothy Haller Boshes. Janet Boshes, ayd Ljman Tubin; five grandchildren. Services Tuesday, 1 p. m., at Wein-stcin Bros, chapel, 1300 W. Devon avenue. Interment Shalom Memorial Park cemetery. Please omit flowers. Intormation, RO 1-2400. Bova Michael Bova. beloved husband of Angeline. nee Battaalia: dear father of Ignatius, Mary Moore. Rosetta Kit-sougris and Anna Gonzales: fond brother of Mary Castcllo. August, Nick ami the late Matthew and Anna Mantia: 1 7 grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday 9 a. m. from Dalcamo Funeral home, 4 70 W. 26th street to Santa Maria Incoronata church. Interment Mount Olivet. VI 2-8681. Brill Ottomar J. Brill, beloved husband o( Kmma K., nee Kosanke; fond brother of Edith Roeder: uncle of Robert T. Kocder. Funeral Thursday. April 13. 1:30 p. m.. at funeral home. 5300-12 W. Belmont avenue. Interment Concordia. AV 6-8740. Bruno Alfonso Bruno, beloved husband of Anna, nee Del Prete; loving father of Frank. Theresa Barone, Rita Fontana, and Joe: grandfather of four; fond brother of Rose, Lucy. Anttie. and Virginia. Funeral Thursday, 9 a. m.. from Marinelli St Martino Funeral home, 2809 W. Harrison street, to Holy Ghost chur'.'h. Mass 10 a. m Entombment Queen of Heaven. NE 8- 2809. Bruno Carlo Bruno, beloved husband of the late Maty, nee Cacciato; loving father of Frances I Frank I Callozzo, Concetta IPhilipl Johnson, Pauline (Louis) Voss and Anna (Anthony I Friedrick: grandfather of eixlu; great-grandfather of seven: fond brother of the late Sam Bruno, funeral Wednesday. 9:15 a. m from Walter Quinlan's Sons Funeral home. 2122 W. 79th street, to St. Rita's church. Mass 10 a. m. En tombment Clucen of Heavrn. 'Visita tion after 6 p. m. Monday. TR 4-7300. Buckley Raymond F. Buckley of Bridgeport com munity, beloved husband of Nellie, nee Bartusiak: dear father of Shirley and Doris I Anthony I Cosentino: brother of V illiam. George. Irene Sweitzer, Howard, Arthur, and Harry; brother-in-law of Lucy, Maine, William sweitzer. Eleonore. Elsie, and Betty: grandfather of two. Funeral Wednesday. 9:30 a. m., from Pomierski Funeral home. 1059 W. 32d street, to St Bridget's church. In terment Resurrection. Member Fourth Degree of Archbishop Quigley council, No. 2428, K. of C. YA 7-6424. Buelow Ttiild Buelow. nee Sass. late of 3641 Fullerton avenue, beloved wife of the late William H.: loving mother of illiam J.. Elmer F., Edna Kruse. Laura Frohmeier. Herbert E and Lois Pictschman; fond sister of Meta Jost, Etta Krebs, Albert, and the late William Sass: grandmother of five and great-grandmother of two. Resting at Stermer Funeral home, 3653-55 Fuller-ton avenue. Services Thursday, April 13. at 2 p. m. Interment Irving Park. BE 5-1815. Bulleri Alice Bulleri. nee Trovl, loving mother of Alma Krick and Norma Mattelig; dear sister of Alfonsina Zuianl and Armando Trovi; grandmother of Jonell, Lisa, and Becky Krick. Resting at An-zilottl Funeral home, 2433 S. Oakley avenue. Funeral Wednesday, April 12. at U a. m.. to St. Michael church. Ma-s 9:30 a. m. Entombment uuecn ol Heaven. VI 7-686 1. Burton Charles Burton, beloved husband of the late Pauline: fond father of Florence Finnegan. Charles, Richard, Margaret Smith, and the late Bernice Bonoma; dear brother of Stella Fredrich, and the late Nellie Trofer. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. m from Kenney Brothers, 5438 S. Halsted street, to Visitation church. Interment Holy Sepulchre. BO 8-0662. Callegari Theresa Callegari. beloved daughter of the late Paul and Louise: fond sister of Mary, John. Frank and the late Louis. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m.. from Hursen chapel. 5911 W. Madison street, to Resurrection church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Ml. Carmel. Please omit flowers. Callos William A. Callos. beloved husband of Elinor: fond father of Arthur W. and Mary Calloe. At Mee Ramrae Funeral borne, 3918 Irrln Park road. Service Wednesday. U a. m. Interment Wtuv ders cemetery. DEATH NOTICES Canning - Annie B. Canning, beloved wife of Michael: dear mother of Elizabeth Fin-azo, Patrick Canning, Catherine Thomas, and Joan Varey. Funeral Wednesday, 8:30 a. m., from the James J. Hickey Funeral home. 2953 Archer avenue, to St. Bridget'i church. Interment St. Mary's. LA 3-9182. Carlson Walter Carlson. April 0, beloved husband of Clara, nee Mondry; dear father of Lee: fond brother of George, Lillian Rohde, and the lata Harry Carlson. Funeral Wednesday, April 12, at 9:30 a. m., from Schmidt Funeral home, 2066-58 Belmont avenue, to St, Benedict's church. Interment ' St. Joseph cemetery. Retired Capt, of Chicago r ue ucpf. Catalano Antonette Catalano. nee Santorn, be loved wife of bam Catalano; loving daughter of Catherine Santoro, nee Iola; dear sister of Jerry J. Santoro; sister-ln-' law of Angela Santoro, Frank Rondi-nelll. Frank Catalano, and Mary Ven-terellai survived by nieces and nephews. Funeral Wednesday. April 12. 1961. at 9 a. m., from Berwyn Funeral borne, 2921 S. Harlem avenue, to Our Lady of Pompeii church for solemn requiem mast at 10 a. m. Interment Mount Car-mci. GU 4-4111 or BI 2-2966. Cholly See Joseph Kowalski notice. Conners William H. Conners. beloved husband of Xula. nee Fentrees; loving father of Roseleen Demoe. William Jr., Robert. Harold, Iyeon. Minnie Janda, Charles, Henry. David. Zula Marie. Joseph. George. Kay Frances. Mary, and Thomas; grandfather of 13: fond brother of Bertha Demoe. Margaret Crosby, Anne Prizlnger, Cornelius f Nipper I, John, and James. Funeral Wednesday, 8:45 a. m from Mclnerney Funeral home. 46th place and Wallace, to St. Gabriel's .church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Mary'a. BOulevird 8-0703. Corey Rose A. Corey, nee Zelck. age 49, of 12511 S. Union avenue, beloved wife of Matt S.; dear sister of Estelle '.. Koza and Joseph Zelek. Funeral Thursday. 9:30 a. m., from Pisarskl Sc Son. 11739 S. Michigan avenue, to Assumption B. V. M. church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Holy Cross. PU 5-3086. Cortese See Angone notice. Cotoules Cut Cotoules fKotoulet, fond husband of the late Mary; dear father of Leo I Alice; grandfather of Mary and Guj. At Frank M. Koran Funeral home, 7300 W. Archer, Summit, 65th street, just west of Harlem. Funeral Wednesday. 12:30 p. m., to Holy Cross Helenic Orthodog church. Hunt and Douglas. Summit. Interment Elmwood. CLobc 8-0208. j Craig Dale L. Craig, beloved husband of Catherine fNeel Schmink: dear stepfather of Betty Ottlno. Donna Foreman, Beverley German Mary, Ronald and Gary Romack, Pvt. U. S. A. resting at chapel, 5917 Irving Pk. Rd., from 7 p. m., Tuesday, till 3 p. m., Thursday, funeral, Friday 2 p. m., Danville, III., AV 3-3426. Crow Raymond, Crow. 9055 Euclid avenue. April 8. 3 961, beloved husband of Anna Crow; brother of Georse E.. Frank Crow, and Ida Mae Garden. At Lain St Son chapel. 2024 E. 75th street, at Jcffery boulevard, where services will be held Tuesday. April 11 at & p. m. interment Mount Hope. Cusick See Anna Allen notice. Dahlquist Christina Dahlquist. beloved wife of the late i-,rnest; dear mother of Myrtle and Harold: grandmother of Terry. Resting at Peterson Funeral home. 6938 W. jonn avenue, services Tuesday l p. m. Interment Mount Auburn. ME 7-4441. Dahly Mav Dahly. nee Phclns. beloved wife of Harris: fond mother of Irene Johnson. Norman, and Lawrence: grand- moiner or in grandchildren; one great- granucnild. Besting at the Ahlxrun & -Son Funeral home. 5701-03 W. Division street, umil 11 a. m. Wednesday, April 12. In slate at Trinity Lutheran church, Laramie avenue and Hirsch streets, until time of service at 2 p. m. Interment Memory Gardens cemetery. Memorials will be appreciated for Trinity Lutheran church. AU 7-4440. Dalton See Norine Thieme notice. Deist Milzor W. Deist. T. D. S., beloved husband of Pauline Windisch Deist, nee Widmar; dear father of Milzor W. Deist jr., Jonn, Jean Cameron rogel; grandfather of Kip Deist: dear brother of Mrs. Jeanette Bryan, Miss Mabel Manlnger, Mrs. Ltila Walker. Member of Harper lodge No. 205. A. F. and A. M., Harper, Kas., Freeport Consistory, A. A. S. K., and Tebala temple, A. A. O. N. M. S. of Rockford. III., American Dental association, Chicago, Dental society and Odnnographic socirty. Resting at the Tews Funeral home. 79lh street and Phillips avenue. Services 1:30 P. m. Wednesday. Interment Oak Woods. SO 8-69.j9. De Vito See Assunta Di Cristofaro notice. De Wolf Anna Wells De Wolf, Port Angeles, Wash., April 8, formerly of River Grove, III. Di Cristofaro Assunta Di Cristofaro. nee DI Valerio, beloved wife of the late Oresto: loving mother of Herman, John, Carolyn De Vito. Albert, and Ann Bielawski; fond grandmother of seven: dear siste of Fclicetta Alfonsetti, the late Dominick and Peter Di Valerio. Filomena Ttri-tilli. Dora Piccola. Nancy Till, and Ernestina Alfonsetti. Funeral Thursday. 8:30 a. m.. from funeral home. iti21 W. North avenue. Oak Park, to St. Pascal s church. Mass 0 30 a. m. Interment .Mount Carmel. ES 9-5151. Di Valerio See Assunta DI Cristofaro notice. Dobrolinski Marie Dobrolinski, beloved wife of the late Peter: dear mother of Freda Marsh. Adeline Block. Gloria Silverstein, and Jcanette Kaasmann; grandmother of I. time Block and Linda Kaasmann. Fpneral Thursday. April 13, 9:15 a. m., from Drake St Son Funeral home. 5303 N. Western avenue, to St. Iledwig's church. Mass 10 a. m. Entombment Queen of Heaven cemetery, LO 1-6874. Doran John W. Doran. dearly beloved husband of Florence, nee Fallon, devoted father of Philip A.. Maryrita, and the late John P.. fond brother of Bernard P. Doran. Funeral Wednesday, 10:30 a. m., from the Heeney Funeral home, 2100 W. 95th street, at Hoyne avenue, to Christ the King church. Mass 1 1 a. m. Interment St. Mary's cemetery. Please omit flowers. BE 8-5500. Drown Frances McPherson Drown. Funeral will be at Graceland chapel. 4 p. m. Tuesday, April 11. Services for family and bcr close friends. Durrant Sophie A. Durrant, nee Vanoskey, 12812 Throop street. Calumet Park, beloved wife of Paul Durrant: fond mother of Robert Tillman and Paul Edward Durrant: sister of John, Raymond. Joseph and Edward Vanoskey and Rose Vadron. Helen Stachowski, Alary Hrozo70w.sk!. ATaranret Spdvic and Francis Vanoskey. Funeral Wednes day. 9:,0 a. m.. from I.ukaa funeral home. 1127th and Ada street, to Seven Holy Founders church, with the Rev. I nomas Lo Cascio officiating. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Resurrection ceme tery, f U 8-1800. Eger Vilma Eger of 5242 Hyde Park blvd., beloved wife of the late Alexander; de voted mother of Jane Kadin of Racine -Wis., and the late Miriam Wolf; loving grandmother of Sam and Sandra Wolf, Michael. James. Steven. Robert. Law rence, and Joan Kadin. Service Tuesday, April 11, 11:30 a. m. at Furth chapel, 2100 E. 75th street. Interment Oak Woods cemetery. MI 3-5400. Ellison Bertha E. Ellison, nee Hoversen. of Hollywood. III.; beloved wife of Ed ward L.; loving mother of Lona B., Susanne Moenkhaus and James S.: grandmother of three: tister of Albert E. Hoversen. Resting at Johnson Funeral Home, 3845-47 Prairie avenue Brookfield until 12 noon Wednesday, April 12. Lying la state at First Congregational church. Maple and Lincoln avenue until time of service 2 p. m. Interment Mount Olive cemetery. Member of American Federation of Musicians, local No. 10. I IV 5-0214. Erickson Lottie Erickson of La Grange, formerly of 1313 E. 54ih street, Chicago, beloved wife of the late John: fond mother of Gertrude Matson, Esther Anderson, John and the late Ruth Blomquist: grandmother of nine; great-grandmother of 14. Resting at Rhemberg chapel, 110 N. La Grange road. La Grange. In stale Wednesday at Augustana Luth. church. 54th-Kimbark, from 12:30 p. m. Jes until time ol service, 2 p. in. Interment Oak Woods. In lieu of flowers, memorial to Augustana Luth. church of Hyde Prk. FI, 2-0114. Fallon Elizabeth B. Fallon, fond aunt of Ruth Kugel and Jack Fallon. Funeral Wednesday. 9:45 a. m., from Kenny Brothers. 5438 S. Halsted street, to Visitation church. Interment Mount Olivet cemetery. BO 8-0662. Felice See James Minsrdl notice. Ferguson Stonewall J. Ferguson, late of 5121 V. Kenmora avenue. Funeral Wednesday. 10 a. m.. at Bentley Son Funeral home. 2701 N. Clark street Fournler Hattfe C. Fourniar. belovei if ef JVltcnaCl W. lovina inoincr vi cuim Linn. Carl, and Ruth Morrow rand-mother of four; sister of Minnie Por-celius and Charlotte Zebrauaki. Services Wednesday. 2:30 p. m., at John V. May Funeral home. 4553-61 Milwaukee avenue. Interment Waldhetm. t lii f flowers contributions to Uni versity of Illinois Research hospital appreciated. Fox- T3nK.rt T Vnr. Anrll K. dearly beloved husband of Dorothy Weston Fox: fond father of I-.liraoeia Jeanne nowcii. ,,,h-r r,t William J.. Bert E.. Peter L.. Frances LaVezzorlo and the laie Anthony. Jonn. josepn. ruicnuei, nu Frank Fox: grandfather of Julie. Wei nrii T.l Hichard. Cherie. Robert. Dorothy and Nancy. At Birren St Son l-.,n-ral hnmi. 218 N. Clark street. 'after 4 p. m. Sunday. Funeral Tuesday moraine at ffc30. Services in St. Ita church at 10 o'clock. Interment All Stints cemetery. Franzen Edward J. Franzen. beloved husband of Lilly, nee Glanz: dear father ot Laura Garry and the late Vernon; father-in- law of Violet Franzen ana trie late Edward Garry: grandfather of five: great-grandfather of five. Resting at Ceils Funeral home. 180 S. York street, Bensenville. III., where services will be held Wednesday, i p. m. Interment Mount Emblem. PO 6-3232. Gallagher Effie Gallagher, nee Lanting, beloved wife of William E.: loving mother of John, Daniel, and William; dear daughter of Effie Lanting and the late John; fond sister of Lambert I Lillian, Bessie I Henry I Bentkowskl. William I Alia I. Ellem 1 Henry Williams, and Catherine Lanting: dear grandmother of Kathleen and, Margaret Gallagher. Resting at -fran Funeral home, 1943 W. Cermak road. Services Thursday, 1 p. m Inter-- ment Memorial Estates. VI 7-6688. Gibbons . Patrick J. Gibhont. beloved husband of Kate, nee Fergus: dear father of Marion Lyons and Kathleen Palmer; fond grandfather of eight: dear brother of Annie of Chicago, Martin of Ireland, and the late Delia Moran.-John. Margaret Topham, and Mary. Resting at Thomas J. Cooney Sons Funeral home, 3552 Soutbport avenue, after 6 P. m. Monday. Funeral Wednesday, 9:15 a.m.. to St. Gregory church. Interment All Saints'. Member of Chicago Police post. No. 207; A L. and P. B. A. Native of Kilmeena,, Wcstport, County Mayo, Ireland. Gilbert See Anna Allen notice. Gladstone Thomas Gladstone. April 8. 1961, beloved husband of Eleanor T. Gladstone. At Lain A Son chapel, 2121 W. 95tb street, where services will be held Wednesday. April 12, at 11 a. m. Interment Mount Hope. Member of Fleet Reserve Association, branch No. 12. Globis Dominick Globis, 11157 S. Trumbull, beloved husband of Violet, nee Boskai-tis; fpnd father of Bernice Balchitis and Albina Card; father-in-law of Joseph Balchitis and Earl Card; grandfather of two: great-grandfather of tix. Funeral services Thursday, 1 p. m.. at Mount Greenwood. Funeral home. 3032 vv. llith street, interment cedar Park. HI 5-3400. Golec Mary Golec, nee Wilier, wife of the late John: loving mother of Joseph. Anthony, and Edward; mother-in-law of Stella, Marie, and Maria: sister of J- rank Miller; grandmother. Funeral Thursday. April 13, 1961, at 9:30 a. m.. from Poterek Funeral home, 5247-53 W. Fullerton, near Lockwood. to St. Stanislaus B. at M. church. Inter ment St. Adalberts cemetery. BErk- thire 7-6400. Guistolise See Philip Loiacono notice. Guynn Vivian May Guynn, beloved wife of Peter C. Guynn; daughter of Amanda and the late Archie Coppeland; dear sister of Mrs. Mary Lee Byrd. and Thomas Moore. Resting at Kross A Son chapel, 1844 W. 63d ttreet until 10:30 a. m Wednesday, April 12. Services will be held at 1:30 p. m. at Drexel Park Presbyterian church, 64th and S. Marshhcld avenue. Interment Evergreen. PK 6-1837. Guzzo Ida Guzzo, nee Puccio. fond wife of the late Sam; beloved mother of Laura Tohin, Anna Walsh, and Joseph: dear grandmother of 11: great-grandmother of three: sister of Jennie Miner. Maraaret Cacciatore, and Joseph Puccio. Funeral Wednesday. 9 a. m . from Lucania chapel, 409 W. North avenue, to St. Philip Benizl church. Interment Queen of Heaven. MO 4-5150. Haas John Haas of 1430 S. Austin blvd., Cicero, beloved husband of Sarah, nee Michel; fond father of Eunice V.; brother of Lena Schrey. Wesley, Milton, the late Regina Buchner, and Clara Carmm. Resting at the Emmerint Funeral home, 6126 Roosevelt road. Oak Park, where services well be held Wednesday, at 1:30 n. m. Interment Mount Emblem. Please omit flowers. VI 8-6106. Hanna Donald f Chad I Hanna, axe 31, suddenly, April 10, 19K1, of Lansing. 111., loving husband of Patricia: fond father of Mark and Julie; son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hanna: brother of Vickie, Adele. and Mrs. Selma Wyneman. Friends may call at Schroeder Funeral home. 3227 Ridge road, Lansing, Tuesday, 7 to 10 p. nr. after which body will be shipped to Hartman Funeral home, at Latrobe, Pa., for service Friday, at 3 p. m. Hannon See McCIory notice. Harlin Mary Canavan Harlin, beloved wife of the late Joseph N.; fond mother of Joseph A.. John B., Thomas P.. and the late Bernard L. Harlin: sister of Axne Logan. At Crane Funeral home, 69th at Justine ttreet. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m., to St. Brendan's church. Interment Holy Sepulchre. Member of St. Brendan's Altar and Rosary Society. Gold Star Mothers ot Illinois. Third Order of Carmelites, and Chicago Police Lnit No. 207. American Legion auxiliary. RE 7-0456. Hyes Daniel J. Hayes, beloved husband of the late Mary I Dell I. nee Kelly; fond father of Dorothy M. Wagner. Jean Reid, Daniel J. Jr., and Donald J.: grandfather of nine; dear brother of Mayme Heeney, Margaret O'Brien, ais-ter M. Timothea R. S. M., Kathleen Connelly, and Ellen Kane. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a. m., from the Heeney Funeral home. 2100 W. 95th ttreet at Hoyne. to Christ the King church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Mary cemetery. BE 8-5500. Heiy Pauline Hely, dear sister of Hattfe Irving, Henry, William, and Fred Heiy. and John, Edward, and Joseph "Wolters. Resting at Hitzcman Funeral home. 4 1 1 5-1 7 W. 26tb street. Funeral Wednesday. 1:30 P. m. Interment Oak-ridge cemetery. LA 1-3808. Helbauer Frieda Helbauer, nee Anderson. April 10. 1961. beloved wife of Walter: loving mother of Genevieve fAlvinl Voelk-ner and Marion I Walter 1 Knoebel; grandmother of Alvin and Robert Voelk-ncr, Richard and Robert Knoebel, Donald and Diane Hastings: sister of Frank Anderson and Russell Hastings. Member of Emera chapter. No. 402. O. E. S. Funeral Wednesday, April 12. 2 P. m. at Matz Funeral home, 3440 N. Central avenue Interment Mount Olive. Hill Nanny Hill, beloved wife of the late Albin K. Hill; loving mother of Cora Tyson. Martha Kiner, Betty Wampler. and the late Morgan and Olive; fond sister of Marie Jorgensen: dear grandmother of eight; great-grandmother of 12. Funeral Thursday. 2 p. m.. from Blake-Lamb Funeral home. 79th street at Loomis boulevard. Interment Oak Hill cemetery. TR 4-1187. Hopkins Rebecca W. Hopkins of 1064 North Shore avenue. Chicago. April 10. 1961, wife of J. Merrell Hopkins; aunt of Mrs. Rita Nannie of St. Louis, Mo. Resting at Hebblethwaite chapel. 1567 Maple avenue. Evanston, where service will be held at 10 a. m. Wednesday, interment uag. woous cemetery. Howard See Anna Allen notice. Hynes Margaret M. IHyniel Hynes. Beloved daughter of the late Patriae J., and Margaret Frfel Hynet; dear aister of Kathleen McGourty. Joseph, Louise and Thomas Hynes. Funeral Wednesday, 8:45 a. m.. from the chapel. 2100 W. 5th atreet at Hoyne, to St, Ethelreda church for 9T30 a, m. mass. Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. PRescott 9-3535. Jager Julius Jager Jr., beloved husband of Kathryn. nee Burdick, . Bnllman: fond brother of Anna Jager. Visitation after 6 p. m. Tuesday, April 11. Military funeral April 12, 1:30 p. m.. Suburban Funeral home, 301 S. 6th avenue. May-wood. Interment Mount Olive cemetery. 639-3362, Fo River Grove. jsessifl es nee nivn, w. io ttreet. beloved wife of James Jes; loving mother of Eleanors (Frank) Nus-hardt; grandmother of Sharmayae Nus-hardt. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. m., from Lfnhart Funeral home, 1345 W. 19th street, to St. Procoplus church. Interment St Adalbert's. CAnal 6-0915. Jettmann William H. Jettmann, beloved ton of the fate Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jettmann; brother of Emma Brei, Ida Gerbardt, Anna Tolzien, Fred and Henry Jettmann. Funeral Thursday. 1:30 p. m., at Haben Funeral home, 8057 Niles Center road, Skokie, under the auspices rf Morton Grove lodse. No. 1146. A. F. A. M. Member of Morton Grove post. No. 134, A. L. Interment St. Psul's cemetery. ORchard 3-6111. Jirka Mary Jlrka. tie Heina, beloved wife of the late Anton; loving mother of Blanche and Mary Jirka Funeral Thursday, April 13. at 8:45 a. m. from II . Marik Sons. 2534 8. Pulaski road to Epipbany church. Mast 8:30 a. m. Interment ft. Adalberts cemetery. Member of Mothers club. St. Procopiut church, and Rosary society of Blessed Atnet church. Kindly omit flowers. LA 1-3072. Johnson William D. Johnson of Skokie. III., beloved husband of Julia, nee Mathiesen: dear father of Lucille J. Lange; grandfather of Pam and Joy. Funeral Wednesday, 11 a. m.. at Haben Funeral home, 8057 Nilet Center road, Skokie, Interment Memorial Park. OR 3-6111. Jonas John Jonas of Riverside. III., beloved husband rf the late Bessie, nee Nernd; dear father of Donald and John I.: father-in-law of Doris: grandfather of . Dcbra and Donald; brother of Frances Rataiik. Katherine Polivka. William. James, and the late Walter Jonas. .Service Thursday, Aptil 13. 1:30 p. m . at the Sec & Sons Funeral home, 6227 W. Cermak road. Interment Bohemian National. Masonic service Wednesday evening, 8 p. m . under the auspices of Cicero lodge. No. 955. A. F. A A. M. GU 4-2050 or BI 2-2027. Junker Emily Junker, nee Split, formerly of 6328 S. Mozart street, beloved wife of . the late Matthew J.; loving mother of Matthew J.. Margaret Keel, and Chris J. Junker; fond sister of the late Margaret Miller, Michael, and Nicholas Split. Frances Helboch. and Mary Jacnbson; three grandchildren: four great-grandchildren. Funeral Wednes day, April 12, 10:30 a. m , from Sulli van funeral home, 2701 W. 63d alreet at Washtenaw avenue, to St. Rila cnurcn. interment St. Mary's cemetery. fit tt-BJOU. Kamm Annie L. Kamm, nee Deneke. of 10305 Kipling, Westchester, III., beloved wife of Willism John, loving mother of John, Joseph, and Donald Kamm: grtndmo'her ot eight: dear tister or John and Robert Deneke. Josephine Green, and '.Villa Mae Ditsek. Funeral Thursday, April 13. 1:30 p. m., at Rosewood Funeral home, 4000 St. Charles road, Bellw.iod. interment Mount Emblem cemetery. Past president of American Legion Aux. post. 133. Member of May wood 20th Century club and Westlake Hospital guild.. LI 4-6667. Karsner Howard R. Karsner. 2516 S. Kenil-worth avenue, Berwyn, beloved husband of Anna Gruber Karsner: fond father of Arlene Cox. Howard Jr., warren Karsner. and John Gruber; son of florence Kellam: brother of Calvin. Lester, and Glen Karsner, and Charles and Donald Kellam; grandfather of 10. Services Wednesday. April 12. at 1:30 p. m , at Parkwyn Funeral home. 6901 Roosevelt road. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens West. Member of Myrtle lodge. No. 795. A. F. A. M.. Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite, Valley of Chicago. Medinah Temple, and May wood pott. No. 133, A. . L. STanley 8-0004. Kautz See Harry Watkins notice, Kidd John J. Kidd. beloved husband of Ellen: dear father of Georgiana Knuth, Dorothy Hagen, Harry and Robert; grandfather of eight: brother of Frank, William and Earl. Services Wednesday, 1 p. m.. at Bourne chapel, Kedzieave-nue at 65th place. Interment Mount Greenwood. RE 7-3232. Kilgallon See Dennis J. Laughlin notice. Kornet Francis A. Kornet, age 27, of 2233 Westport drive, Anaheim, Cal., formerly of East Chicago, lnd., beoved husband of Jeanne, nee Gorham. of Chicago: loving father of Anna Maria; son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kornet, of East Chicago, lnd.; brother of Milton of Chicago, and tister Jean of East Chicago, lnd. Visiting hours 2-5. 7-10 p. m. Funeral Wednesday, April 12. 9:30 a. m., at the Prusiecki Funeral home, 139th and Main street. East Chicago. Ind. Mass 10 a. m. at St. John ( annus church. East Chicago. Ind. Interment St. Mary's cemetery, Chicago. Information, call EXport 7-0288. Kowalski Joseph Kowalski; beloved husband of Mary R., nee O'Neill; fond father of Beatrice Anne Aiid, and Frank Cholly. dear brother ot John: grandlather of Adrian, Michael, and Patrick. Funeral Wednesday. 10:30 a. m , from Kenny Brothers, 5438 S. Halsted street, to St. Rose of Lima church. Interment St. Mary't. BO 8-0662. Kubicki Bruno F. Kubicki, beloved husband of Mary: dear father of Lillian Knierim, Evelyn Pechousek, the late Bertha Davis and Edward; three grandchildren; brother of Martha Kondziorski, Joseph, and Frances Cudek. Funeral Tuesday, 9 a. m., from Wm. C. Smith A Sons. 2500 N. Cicero avenue, to St. Genevieve church. Interment St. Adalbert's. Berkshire 7-8070. Lambert Nellie K. Lambert, formerly of Chicago. 111., died Sunday, p, m.. survived by one ton, Arthur B. Keats of Toledo, O.; one daughter. Mrs. Violet P. Dumas, Springfield: one sister, Mrs. I,ouise Hardy, Elgin, III : two grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Fu neral service Wednesday at .1 p. m.. Smith Funeral chapel, Springfield. Burial in Oak Ridge cemetery. Lane Jerome J. Lane of 5506 N. Campbell avenue, dearly beloved husband of Monnie: loving father of Harry and Doreene; dear son of Bessie and the late Harry Lane; loving brother of Ruth Black of Los Angeles. Service Tuesday, 2 p. m , at Weinstein Bros, chapel, 1300 W. Devon avenue. Interment Anshe Knesses Israel cemetery, No. 3. Please omit flowers. Inf., RO 1-2400. Larsen Otto H. Larsen, D. D. S.. beloved hus- "band of Elizabeth, nee Manz: loving lather ot William and Madeleyn Miles; fond brother ot George, Clarence, Victor and Earnie; grandfather of six. Member of Chicago Dental society. Albany Park lodge. No. 974, A. F. & A. M.. Ancient Accepted Scottish rite Valley of Chicago, and Medinah Temple. A. A.'O. N. M. S. Services Wednesday, April 12. 1 p. m.. at Drake & Son Funeral home, 5303 N. Western avenue. Masonic services 8 p. m. Tuesday. Interment Ridgewood cemetery. LO 1-6874. Laughlin Dennis J. Laughlin, beloved husband of the late Maude, nee Kilgallon; devoted father of Harry and the late Lawrence, John, and Mary Moffitt; dear brother of Ella T.. Sister M. Pul-cheria, R. S. M.. and the late Mary Werveke, John M.. Elizabeth. Daniel J., and Thomas P. Laughlin: grandfather of 11; great-grandfather of seven. Funeral Wednesday, 9:45 a. m., from Laughlin Sons chapel. 2100 W. 95th at Hoyne. to St. Felicitas church, for 10:30 a. m. mass. Interment Mount Olivet. Member of Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. PR 9-1100. Leonard Matthew J. Leonard, beloved husband of Bertha: loving father of Arlene O'Byrne and Matthew; fond grandfather of Patricia Ann O'Byrne; dear brother of Sue Armbruseter, Anna Fuller, and Father CyUrian, C.P. Funeral Thursday, 9 a. m., from the Joseph Maloney Funeral home, 2950-58 Fullerton, at Sacramento, to St. Sylvester's church. Requiem Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Joseph's. Member of Van Buren post No. 401 A. L. and Last Man's Club. Please omit flowers. EV 4-3800. Lloyd Gnldie S. Lloyd, nee Slothus, beloved wife of the late Charles E: fond mother of Mildred. Charles E., and Edna Wessling of St. Petersburg, Ha.; grandmother of five: great-grandmother of three; sister of John J. Slothus of Brooklyn, N. Y. Services, 1:0 p. m., Thursday, at the Memorial chapel. 5200 W. 95th street. Interment Evergreen. GA 4-0340. Loiacono Philip Loiacono. beloved husband of Nellie Guistolise Loiacono: loving father of Samuel P., Nicholas J., Joseph S., of California, the Rev. Francis S., Michael F., and Mary G. Guistolise: fond brother of Vincent. Frank of Florida. Nick and Sam Loiacono of California. Funeral Thursday, 10:15 m. from lllakf-Lamo funeral home, 79th street at Ijoomls boulevard, to St. Adrian church. Interment Si. Mary's cemetery. TR 4-1187. Lynch Michael Lynch, beloved husband of the late Margaret, nee Madden: dear father of Julia Randich. John, Marie Parker, and Michael; brother of Julia Lynch In Ireland: erandfather of seven: great grandfather of four. Funeral Wednesday. 9:30 a. ttt., from Burke-Sullivan Funeral home. 5018-20 Chicago avenue, to Our Lady Help of Christians church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Queen of Heaven. Member of div. 241, CTA. CO 1-0700. Mahoney James J. Mahoney, beloved husband of the late Margaret, nee Kissane; fond f itkar nf I,mm 1 tr . .tnnnn, Sir-hwahc Patrick M. and Mary Ellen Mahoney; ' grandfather of six: dear brother of Winifred, John M. Mahoney, and Sister Mary Bridget, B. V. M. Resting at Sullivan A Son Funeral home, 6311 N. ('lark street, after 6 p. m. Tuesday. Funeral notice later. Maida Sea Norine Thieme notice. Martine - Phillip Martfne. dearly beloved brother of Peter, of Elmwood Park. 111. and Rocco, of Bari, Italy; fond uncle of Angeline fSaivatore I Spicuzza, Judith t Frank Kamper. Miss Jeannette Mar-tine and Victor (Kay I Martine. Funeral Wednesday. April 12. at 9:15 a. m. from DeNicolo St Lesniak funeral home. 5734 W. Divertey avenue, corner of Mango, to St. Vincent Ferrer church. River Forest 111. Visitation Tuesday after 4:30 P. SB. Interment Mount Car mel cemetery. TU 8-0115. Please omit flowers. Marzluff W. Mf7juff. April 10. beloved brother of Mildred Gorndt; uncle of Jayne Jaruch. and Richard Wakely. Keating at Scanlon Funeral home, 2907 N. Clark street. Funeral Thursday, April at Santa De Popala church. Mundc-lem. 111. Interment Ascension cemetery, Mundclein. Mashek Emily Mashek of 1624 S. I-oomis ttreet. fond sister of Jessie Tvoroh: foMcr mother of Bcrnadette Scvcik and Gertrude Dean, nee Simpson; aunt of W illiam Simpson. Clara t'ldrych, Violet Hughes, and Dorothy Simpson; great-aunt of 20, and great great aunt of 14: cousin of Frank and Georse Halts, funeral Tuesday. 9 a. m., to St. Pius church. lUlh and Ashland. Interment St. Adalbert's cemetery. From Linehart Funeral home, 1345 VV. 19th tirect. Retired telephone employee alter 48 years of service. CAnal 6-0915. Mattelig See Alice Bulleri notice. McCIory Iona McCIory. nee Korih, dearly beloved wile of the late John A ; loving motner or francet M. Boivin. James B. McCIory, Rose M. Hannon. and the late Helen I. Coney, fond sister of Henry A. Korth. Resting at Murphy Funeral home. 7H0O W. I, land avenue at the circle. Funeral Wednesday. April 12. at 9:30 a. m , to St. ( alestine church. Mass at 10 a m. Interment All Sainls cemetery. ME 7-1111 or CI. 3-1234. McDonald See Catherine Yario notice. McGourty Sea Margaret M. Hynet notice. McLaughlin Mary McLaughlin, nee Muiroe, late of 4816 Deming plate, beloved wife of Patrick: fond mother of Mary O'Connor, Catherine McNamee. Anna Marie Gavin, and Margaret Gibbons: grandmother of 20; dear sister of Catherine Stanton and Thomas. Funeral Thursday. 9 a. m.. from Gibhons-O'Keefe Funeral home, 4245 Madison street, to St. Genevieve's church. Interment Queen of Heaven. Native of Tourmakeady, County Mayo. Ireland. McWilliams Helen Carrott McWilliams of Dwight, III., died April 9. 1961, wile of the late Charles D. .McWilliams Sr.. prominent Dwittht banker and land owner; mother of Charles I). Jr.. John P.. and J. Alexander, all of Dwight Services at Baker Funeral home. Dwight. III.. Wednesday, 11 a. m Imermrnt at Oak Lawn cemetery. Dwight, 111, Menagh Elizabeth G. Menagh. nee Miller, beloved wile of Wesley L.; fond mother of David W.: mother-in-law of Do-loras: grandmother of Dale I).; sister of David Millar. Jeanette Kalk, Margaret Eastman, and the late Jean Allain. Resting at Memorial chapel, .5200 W. 95th street, until 10 a. m. Thursday. Lying in state at Diexcl i'ark Presby. church from 11 a. m. until 2 p. m. Services 2:30 P. m. Thursday. Interment Evergreen. GA 4-0340. Messenger Elmer I. Messenger, husband of Georgie; son of Dora Messenger; father of Mrs. Elaine Fitzpatrick; grandfather of Sherry, Lynn, and Colleen Gay Fitzpatrick: brother of Mrs. Mildred Stevenson, Mrs. Florence Opatrny. George Messenger, and Mrs. Esther BonKost. Member ot Scottish Rite Valley of Chicago and Medinah temple, A. A. O. N. M. S Services Thursday. 1 p. m . at 1'ostle wait chapel, 523 Lake street, flak Park under auspices of Lawndalc lodge. No. 995. A. F. & A. M. Interment Mount Auburn. EU 3-4141. Aiichalowicz Anna Michalowicz of R542 S. Essex avenue, beloved wife of Martin; dear mother of Anna I Nicholas Zapuchljak and Walter (Sylvia): dear grandmother of Helen Kaliaro. Roberta and Jerry Tomczak, Mary Ann Mitchell, Audrie and Scottie Michalowicz: great-grandmother of Bryon and Cheryl Tomczak. Funeral Thursday, 9 a. m.. from Memorial chapel, 87th street at Dorchester, to s. J'eter and Paul Ckraiman Orthodox church. Interment Mount Hope cemetery. RE 1-2800. Michielsen Joseph W. Michielsen of Calumet City. III., devoted huband of Mary Lois, nee Doemling; loving father of Joseph, Margaret, Mary, Charles. Martin. Patricia and Janet; fond son of ( harles and Anna Michielsen: dear brother of Louis, and Charles of Washington, D. C. Resting at morluary. 12 K. 112th place. Funeral Wednesday. 9:15 a. m. to Our Lady of Knock church. Calumet City. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Marys. Mikes Mary Mikes, nee Vcnecek, late of 2244 S. Iloman avenue, beloved wife of John: fond mother of Harold tAlicel and Irene (Alphonsel Zubcr; sister of Emma Mikes, Rose Stibal, James, Charles, John, and Otto Venecek: grandmother of 6. Funeral Thursday, April 13, 1:30 p. m., from chapel, 3054 W. Cermak road. Interment' Woodlawn. 521-2214. Minardi James Minardi, beloved husband of Margaret, nee Felice; dear father of Frank, Laura Reichwein, Joseph, Bernard, and John: loving grandfather of 12; Third Degree member of Lafayette council, No. 361. K. of C. Funeral Wednesday. 8 45 a. m, from Rsro Rrothers, 5120 Fullerton avenue, to St.tPascal's church Interment St. Joseph's. AR 6-7800. Muller Linda E. Sfuller. dear sister of Mrs. Ella Robb, the late Albert. Walter, Harvey, Edward, and Alice. Service Thursday, April 13. 2 p. m.. at Drake & Son Funeral home. 5303 N. Western avenue. Interment Rosehill cemetery. LO 1-6874. -FLOWERS- Soften Sorrow With WEST JOHN M. WEILAND FLORIST 6315 VV. Madison AU T-0136 JIM OLSEN'S FLOWER 8HOP 683 W. Augusts E3 8-1300 CENTRAL LE MAR FLOWERS 135 8. La Salle RA 6-3357 MANGEL FLORI8T ALL PHONES CE 6 -8731 Palmer House heraton-Kla kltont Conrad Hilton Drake Hotel T34 S. 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Nally Patrick Nally. beloved husband nf Cath erine Hughet Nally; loving father of Anna M. fsowaK. Virginia lieims, ana Eileen Clarke: dear avandfather of 12; ton of the late Michael and Ann Sheri-dnn Nally: fond brother of Katie Nally, May Klliecn, Annie Warde, Michael, Anthony, and the llate John Nally. Funeral Wednesday B a. m. from tha Sheehy Funeral home. Halsted at 7th ttreet, to St. Leo church. Masa 9: 3(1 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Native of Summerhtll Mayo Abbey. Ireland. Member of St. Leo Holy Name society. ST 3-7700. Naughton Catherine C. Shelley Naughton. beloved wile of the late William J. Naughton; dear sister of the late James. Mary, Anna. Joseph. Michael. Bridget Cum-mings, and Margaret Ryan: fond aunt of Paul A. Cummings. Funeral Thursday, 9:15 a. m., from Kerrigan Funeral home, 5516 S. Ashland avenue, to St. Barnabas church. 10 1st place and Ixing-wood drive. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Calvary. PR 6 0031. Nelson Signe Nelson, nee I.indherg. beloved wile of Stafford; dear mother of Marilyn Pearson: loving grandmother of Gary and Karen: sister of Kermil, Roy. Clarence. Arthur, and Rutger. Funeral 'I huisday. 1 p. m.. at Hursen chapel, 929 Belmont avenue. Interment local. Olson Graham G. Olson, late residence 5834 N. (Well avenue, beloved husband of Edna A., nee Moshier; loving father of Graham C. J'-. Richard E.. and John E.; dear brother of H. Stanley Olson: grandfather of Michael G. Services Wednesday, April 12, at 130 p. m . at the M. J. Suerth Funeral home, 6754 Norihwest hurhway. Interment Rosehill cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Presbyterian Church of Norwood I'ark Building fund. NE 1-1240. Oros Olga E. Oros, nee Ohlson, beloved wife of the late John J.: dear mother of John J. Oros. Mildred Rowan, and Estelle Slaughter; grandmother of six; great-grandmother of two. Funeral Tuesday. 11a. nv. at Haben Funeral home. 8057 Niles Center road. Skokie. Inter-ment Montrose cemetery. OR 3-6111. Pachucki Bruno S. Pachucki. April , 1961. deaily beloved husband of Helen Pachucki. nee Kalata: loving father of Itobcri, Thomas, and the late Ronald: dear son of Bruno and Stella Pachucki; brother of Waller t Jennie I. John I Wanda I. Chester I Ursula I. and Maihew I Donna I: brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law. Resting at Satala Funeral home, 4744 S. Damen avenue. Funeral Thursday. April 13. 1961. at 9 a. m . to Holy Ghost church. Interment family lot. BI 7-9379. Pavlik Andrew Pavlik. beloved husband of Lillian, nee Iuivar: dear father of Irene liomanck, Lucille Massey and Andrew: grandfather of three; brother of Joseph and Stephen. Funeral Services Thursday. 9:30 a. m. from chapel. 1729 S. Halsted to St. Joseph's church. Interment Our Lady of Sorrows. CAnal 6-1344. Peterson Doris Peterson. April 10, 1961, f loved mother of Evelyn. At rest at JoK M. Pedersen & Sons Funeral chap?--4338 Fullerton avenue, until Wednesday, 10 a m Service Wednesday. 1:30 p. m , at Bethesda home, 2833 N. NordKa avenue. Interment Mount Olive. Memorials to Bethesda home for the aged appreciated BE 5-1610. Peterson Lawrence R. Peterson of Homewood, III., husband of Adah C; father of Lawrence C. of Peoria, 111.: grandfather of four. Service Wednesday, 2 p. m . at the Sunnycrest Community church. Interment Skyline Memorial park. Visitation Tuesday. 1 p. m. until 10 p. m., at the Cordt Colonial Funeral home. 18022 Dixie hwy., Homewood. SY 8-0331. Pfaff Josephine Pfaff, April 9. 1961, dear sister of Minnie. Services Wednesday. 2:30 p. m.. at Krauspe chapel, o'j'J." 07 N. Lincoln avenue. Interment r-ii'ate. Memorials to St. Paul's E. and R. church or Cancer fund will be appreciated. Pilkington Robert G. Pilkington, husband of Elsa, nee Miines: father of Robert M. of Louisville. Ky., and Thomas A. of Park Forest; grandfather of four; brother of Douglas and the late Dorothy. Member of Tracy lodge, No. 810. A. F. A A. M., Chicago Board of Underwriters and Ins. Brokers Assn. of ID. Resting et Tews Funeral home, 79th street and Phillips avenue. Services 2 p. m. Tuesday. Interment private. SO 8-6959. Pistorius Conrad Pistorius, of 1608 W. Sherwin avenue, Chicago, April 9, 1961. husband of Ellen Colvan Pistorius; brother of Anna and Bernhard H. Pistorius and Mathilde Barker. Service 2 p. m. Tuesday at Hebblethwaite chapel, 1567 Maple avenue, Evanston. Burial private. Poole The Rev. John Lansston Poole. April H. 1961. brother of Mrs. Sadie J. Peyton of Chicago. Service Thursday, 1:30 p. m . Wayman A. M. E. church, Racine, W is. Cont. on following page! -FLOWERS- NORTH ANGEL GUARDIAN ORPH. FLORIST S001-45 W. Devon RO 4-0546 GRABIQ FLORIST 1843 Irving Park Rd BI 6-1H? LOU'8 FLOWER SHOP 3643 N. Western EU 1-5400 MARGUS FLORIST 2602 N. Clark WE 5-1330 JOHN PLODZIEN FLORIST-GRNHSE. 1836 W. Peterson SH 3-2230 ' ' NORTHWEST K RECK ER. OTTO 3851 N. Narrasansett SP T-167P ARTHUR LANGE FLOWERS 8S35-7-9 N. Whipple . JTJ I-26S0 SOUTH SOUTH SHORE FLOWERS T600 8. Jeffcry RE 1-666S SOUTHWEST KELLY A FLYNN FLORIST SHOP 2734 W. 63rd St GR 6-6611 J. DUFFY FLORIST CO., INO. 6131 S. Halsted B0 i-1166 LISTED IN THIS DIRECTORY, WHitehall 4-0400, Ext. 2462 directory for your convenl PRIST - tt i i' r ' i' A...SW4..

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