Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on April 20, 1968 · 126
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vi'iT't rrrr 22- Section IB S CHICAGO TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1968 TM FINE,' SAYS PFC, IN LETTER HOME-HIS LAST Note Comes Just After Word of Death "Well, Mom. I have to close ! now. Take it easy and don't j worry about me, for I am i fine." I With that, Pfc. Robert X. I Trevathan, 19, closed what was to be his last letter from Viet j Nam Sunday and made ready I for patrol duty the next day. 1 Yesterday a marine called I on the home of Robert's j mother, Mrs. Ruby Savalier, of j 3240 N. Hoyne av., to inform ! her of her son's death in action I Monday. j Letter Arrives Home An hour later the letter, assuring that all was well, was delivered to the home. In it, Pfc. Trevathan thanked ! his mother and stepfather, Jean, for photographs the fam-' OBITUARIES i i Pfc. Robert Trevathan left and Pfc. Stanley Michalowicz. ily had sent of their three poodles, including one he left behind in his native city. Union City, Tenn. He said he could not believe how big the dog, named Joe, ' had grown since he had en-; listed in the marines last Aug. 1 29. He arrived in Viet Nam March 12. ' Services will be held in Union ; City. Besides the mother, Pfc. i Trevathan is survived by his father, James Trevathan, and 1 nine grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Mary Jane Mc- great-grandchildren. Farland. Alfred H. Ru"en Alfred H. Rugen, 85, of 1821 Grove st., Glenview, a retired accountant for Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co., died yesterday in Evanston hospital. After his retirement in 1952, Mr. Rugen worked as a deskman for the Glenview police department for five years. For the last year he had been working as a school-crossing guard at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic school in the suburb. Surviving is his widow, Clara. Masonic services will be held at 8 p. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 1100 Waukegan rd., Glenview. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p. m. Monday in the chapel. Dr. Theodore W. Truitt Memorial services for Dr. Theodore W. Truitt, 84, of 547 Hinman av., Evanston, will be held at 11 a. m. Monday in the chapel at 1567 Maple av., Evanston. Mr. Truitt died Thursday in Evanston hospital. He retired in 1967 after practicing dentistry at 30 N. Michigan av. for 45 years. Surviving are his widow, Ethel D.; a daughter, Mrs. Madeline Gordon; two grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Mrs. Catherine Banner Mrs. Catherine Banner, 82, of 7143 Osceola av., died yesterday in her home. Her late husband, John, was president of the Thomas B. Banner boiler and welding company. She is survived by a son, John; two daughters, Mrs. Margaret; Lessner and Mrs. Rosemary Stanton; and 10 grandchildren, i Mass will be said at 11 a. m. Monday in the St. Juliana Catholic church, 7400 Touhy av. ! Julius Nottolini ; Mass for Julius Giuliol Not- ( tolini, 76, of 1212 Sherwood av., : Elgin, owner of suburban appliance stores, will be said at 10 a. m. Monday in St. Joseph Catholic church, 272 Division St., Elgin. Mr. Nottolini died Thursday in Sherman hospital, Elgin. He is survived - by his widow, Esther; a son, Dino; two daughters, Mrs. Ethyl Julian and Mrs. Mary Lichtenberg; and five j Mrs. Laurence Hickey Mrs. Nora Hickey, 77, of 7535 Marshfield av., died yesterday in Christ Community hosDital. She was the wife of Laurence Hickey, a retired sanitary district operating engineer. Surviving are seven sons, Laurence, Michael, John, Patrick, Bartholomew, Sylvester, and Donald; five daughters, Mrs. Mary Sullivan, Mrs. Nora Burke, Mrs. Helen Brennan, Mrs. Marguerite Winters, and Mrs. Joan Lewis; 37 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Mass will be said at 10 a. m. Monday in Little Flower Catholic church. 30th j and Wood streets. Edward C. Raffel Services for Edward C. Raffel, 80, of Saratoga, Cal., formerly of Chicago, will be held at 1:30 p. m. Monday in the chapel at 6938 North av. Mr. Raffel, who died Wednesday, was owner and president of Raffel Manufacturing company, a metal-stamping firm at 4528 Fullerton av. He leaves his widow, Elizabeth; a daughter, Mrs. Elvera Bernett; two grandchildren; a brother; and a sister. BOY, 13. RIDING BIKE, CRUSHED UNDER TRUCK A 13-year old boy was killed yesterday when his bicycle collided with a 4 Ms-ton truck making a right turn into a parking lot. The youth fell beneath the right rear wheel and was crushed. The victim, Michael Bahde, of 2535 S. St. Louis av., a pupil at Burns Elementary school, had borrowed the bicycle from a friend and was southbound in Kostner avenue in the 2700 block. The truck was driven by Bastian Hoogstratten, 48, of 8626 S. Long av., Oak Lawn. Hoogstratten was charged with making an improper turn for appearance in Traffic court June 6. Two men were killed Thursday when an automobile and a truck collided in U. S. highway 20, five miles west of Michigan City, Ind. State police said yesterday that John J. Budny, 59, of 8372 vi i" p" 3 Marine is Killed Marine Pfc. Stanley J. Mi chalowicz, 23, of 2027 Huron St., John S. Miller Services for John S. Miller of j Key Biscayne, Fla., will be held today in Coral Gables, Fla., had hoped to write a book about , where he died Thursday. A the war in Viet Nam and the ; former resident of Glencoe children there. He was killed Easter Sunday while on patrol near Da Nang. ''He always wrote about the Vietnamese c h i 1 d r e n," his widow, Virginia, said yesterday. "He said when he saw them he thought of his own son." His son is Stanley Jr., 21 months old. Pfc. Michalowicz, a member of the 9th regiment, had been in Viet Nam two months. In his last letter, he wrote of the Mr. Miller was associated with the Rollins, Burdick, Hunter company, insurance brokers at 231 S. La Salle St., for many years before retiring six years j ago. Surviving are his widow, ! Pauline; a son, Pernod; and! two grandchildren. j Mrs. Marie Mankle Mrs. Marie Mankle, 78, of ; 1237 Farwell av., died yester- j day in St. Francis hospital, j Evanston. Mrs. Mankle was the Easter presents she and his ' twidow of George a patent at- parents had sent to him "He always wrote about our dreams for a house." said Mrs. Michalowicz. who is expecting another child. "He said when he got home he would work hard and save money so our children could have college educations." former firm of Parkinson & Lane. She is survived by two sisters and a brother. Mass will be said at 9:30 a. m. Monday in St. Mary's Catholic church, 276 High st., Aurora. Mrs. Morton Feigen Services for Mrs. Kav Fei- The marine was a graduate ; gen 43, 0f 1320 Linden av., Highland Park, will be held at 11 a.m. Monday in the chapel at 5206 Broadway. Mrs. Feigen of Wells High school. He worked for Polk Brothers stores before he enlisted in the marine corps in 1966. Besides 1 AeA Thursday in Wesley his widow and son, he leaves j Memorial hospital. Surviving his carents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Michalowicz; and three brothers, Michael, James, and Joseph. Deaths Elsewhere L. Keith Goodrich, 61, execu-1 are her husband, Morton B.; two daughters, Roberta and Michelle; a son, John; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton H. Morris; and two sisters. William J. Loughman Mass for William J. Lough- tive vice president of the Mc- J man, 69, of 2118 Arthur av., a Graw-Hill Publishing company and former chairman and pres- salesman for Anaconda Ameri can Brass company, 4501 North ident of the Financial Execu-; av., for 49 years, will be said at tives institute; in Scarsdale, N. Y. 10 a. m. Monday in St. Henry Catholic church, 6404 Ridge blvd. Mr. Loughman died Charles S. Haight. admiralty Thursday in Edgewater hospi-lawyer who was counsel for 1 tal. Surviving are his widow, the Swedish American Line j Josephine ; a son, William ; and during hearings on the colli- j two grandchildren. sion of the Andrea Doria and the Stockholm' in July, 1956; in London. Whitman Bennett, 84, author of "Whittier: Bard of Freedom'! and "A Practical Guide to American Book Collecting, 1663 to 1940"; and former dealer in rare American books; in New York City. Merritt St. Clair Services for Merritt St. Clair, 55, of 1717 Greenleaf av., Evanston, will be held at 11 a. m. today in Ebenezer A. M. E. church, 1109 Emerson st., Evanston. Mr. St. Clair, who died Wednesday, was vice chairman of the committee of management for the Emerson Street Y. M. C. A. and a member of the Evanston Youth commission. Dr. Grover F. Powers, 79, former president of the Ameri can Pediatric society and for- 'i.f-TTTrkTT mer chief pediatrician at Yale- iULiUUKI AL New Haven hospital; in Ham-: SERVICE HELD den. Conn. - FOR ADENAUER Earl G. Gunn, automobile ; Reuters-engineer who designed the old memorial service for the late Aiax autos of the 1920s and ' memorial service or me late j . ' Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, o-nrkpH on surn cars as Pack- . .. . . ' " 1 hs. Hmrl n . -1 v .rn n , III tttoO j held today in the small parish 1 1 f tt i 1 r -ii cnurcn 01 nnoenaon village, ard. Ford, and Nash; in cine. Wis The Rt. Rev. O'Neil C. D'Amour, superintendent of schools for the Roman Catholic diocese of Marquette, Mich.; in San Francisco. Harry S. Blackburn. 79, Associated Press newsman prior to World War II who worked in Chicago, New York, Cleve- j land, and Warren. O. ; in ' Springfield, O. Brig. Gen. Robert J. Straub. 66, who retired from the marine corps in 1954 after 31 years of service: in San Diego. where he worshiped Adenauer's seven children, President Heinrich Luebke, and Chancellor Kurt Georg Kies-inger were in the congregation. An estimated 700,000 people have visited his grave. Wartime Shell Kills 3 Boys in Poland WARSAW, April 19 Reuters Three boys were killed when a wartime shell dug up by workers exploded while they were playing with it at Baba-row, in southern Poland, it was reported today. Richard B. Guyer Services for Richard B. Guyer, 46, of 116 Bird St., Clareudon Hills, director of metal research for Continental Can company, will be held at 11 a. m. today in Community Presbyterian church, Clarendon Hills. He died Thursday in Hinsdale hospital, Hinsdale. Survivors are his widow, Betty; three daughters, Beth Ann, Susan, and Mrs. David Koval; and his mother, Mrs. Roy J. Guyer. ALLIES REJECT TRAVEL BAN BY EAST GERMANY BY CLYDE FARN'SWORTH Middle Europe Correspondent Chicago Tribune Press Service BERLIN. April 19 The United States, Britain, and France delivered a joint statement today to the Soviet Union's ambassador in East Berlin, Pyotr Abrassimov, again rejecting East German attempts to restrict West German access to West Berlin. The statement was a response to the East German communist regime's declaration last Saturday forbidding West German ministers and high officials from crossing the territory of East Germany. That declaration was timed by East Berlin to a West Berlin visit by Bonn's new interior minister, Ernst Benda, with his family here over the Easter week-end. The East Germans charged Benda had come to organize police action against West Berlin student demonstrations. Usually Go by Air East German propaganda had it that the Benda visit violated Berlin's special status under four power military occupation. At first glance, the restraint on Bonn officials looks like an empty technicality because they customarily come by air in preference to at least 110 miles by road or rail thru the soviet zone East Germany and are not likely to put the communist decree to an overland test. But the declaration lays the groundwork for possible refusal by Russians of the four-power Berlin air safety center to clear flights with Bonn officials known to be aboard or, if such a possibility could be imagined, for diverting such flights to East Berlin or East German air fields for removal of the "trespassers." Quote Allied Statement But what the western allies have most to worry about is that the Russians may one day turn over to the East Germans all controls they now exercise over access to West Berlin. That might be called a grant of full sovereignty to East Germany. Today's allied statement said: "It is the soviet government which is responsible for insuring the normal functioning of traffic between Berlin and the Federal Republic of Germany. "The East German authorities are not competent to modify the quadripartite agreements in force in this connection. Their 'decree' of April 13 cannot in any way affect these agreements nor the responsibilities of the Soviet Union in this field." - Students Cancel March This was another quiet day on the student front, perhaps quieter than if plans had not been canceled for a "silent march" for two Munich victims of Easter week-end rioting against the Springer Publishing firm. The plans apparently collapsed in a dispute over how close the demonstrators should march to the Springer skyscraper at the Berlin wall. The police disclosed that two-thirds of 325 temporarily jailed during peak of the Berlin trouble were not students. The president of West Germany's parliament, Eugen Ger-stenmaier, announced in Bonn that the bundestag would debate the student unrest on April 29. WM I 10,218 INJURED TTfYVYr Rev. Eugene O'Malley Remember Friend Hundreds of friends and admirers of the Rev. ' Eugene O'Malley, retired director of the famed Paulist choir, gathered to pay tribute to him last night at a testimonial dinner in the Pick-Congress hotel. The highlight of the evening was a performance by the choir, which was disbanded when Father O'Malley retired last fall after 39 years with the group. Earlier, Father O'Malley was honored by Mayor Daley, who had declared yesterday as "Father O'Malley Day in Chicago." Home in Herrin, III., Burns; 2 Children Die Herrin, 111., April 19 UP) Two children died today in a fire that destroyed the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Williams. DEATH NOTICES DEATH NOTICES Hudson court, Munster, Ind., was driving a pickup truck eastbound on the divided, four-lane highway when his truck went into the westbound passing lane and struck an auto driven by Dennis Bielawski, j 27, of Terrace Acres trailer court, near Michigan City. Dies of Injuries Earl B. Colby, 72, of 7907 Grand av., died last night in Gottlieb Memorial hospital, Melrose Park, of injuries he suffered earlier in the day when he was struck by an auto in front of his home. Police said he had stepped ! into traffic lanes from between two parked cars. He was struck by an auto driven by Edward Musselman, 2116 72d ct., Elmwood Park. Musselman was ticketed for negligent driving. Killed Near Gary Michael J. Rigotti, 20, of 4706 Delaware st., Gary, was killed early yesterday in a two-car collision in fogbound Indiana highway 53, three miles south of Gary. Police said that Rigotti apparently was driving south at a high rate of speed in the northbound lane of the two-lane-highway. His car collided head on with a car driven north by Robert E. Fedorchak, 34, of 34 Ash st., Gary. In Serious Condition Fedorchak was in serious i condition in St. Mary's Mercy hospital, Gary, with a ruptured spleen. Walter D. Leistikow, 42, of 328 Pinecroft dr., Roselle, was killed yesterday when his car, southbound in Illinois highway 53 a mile south of Higgins road, hit a concrete bridge abutment. State police said Leistikow was a salesman for Polychrome, Inc., 4328 Division st. Funeral Directors C. H. JORDAN & CO. FUNERAL DIRECTOR 114 YEARS 221 East Erie Superior 7-77C9 JOHN CARROLL SONS 'HOME FOR FUNERALS' 25 E. Erie WHitehall 4-6060 Cemeteries 2 GRAVE LOT Evergreen cemetery. Select Forest Hill, S250 both. Call after 7 p. m. BR 4-2196. MEMORY GARDENS Loc. in N. W. suburb. 2-grave lots. Value $800. Sacrifice for $600 or best offer. Call 588-1292 FOR SALE Double crypt. Above ground. Rosenill Cemetery Mausoleum. Reas. Write MXF 522, Tribune CHOICE 6 graves. Lot worth $1,000. Sell for $600. Reverence Sec. Mt. Emblem Cem. EV 4-8455. CEDAR PARK CEMETERY association. 4 graves. Magnolia section. Best offer. Masonic cemetery. 486-3115. MOUNT EMBLEM Section O, 6 lots, $1,100. Leaving city. MU 5-3203 CHOICE 7-gr. lot. Jewish sec. Beverly Cem. Val. $1,225. Price $725. 835-3783. IRVING Park blv& Cemetery. 8 graves. Lakeside section. $650. 463-1076. 8 LOTS Fairmount cemetery. Good loc. $150 a lot. RE 4-4423. In Memoriam Bachleda Kathryn Bachleda, April 20, 1966. We will never forget you. God bless you. AUNT MARGARET, UNCLE JOE, AND UNCLE EDDIE Dean Kathryn Dean, April 20. 1966. "Honey," you went away two years ago today. Our memories won't fade away. We miss you more each passing day. DEAN AND DESMYTER FAMILIES Kruder William Kruder, April 20, 1967. There will never be another like that wonderful father of ours. WIFE, DAUGHTERS, AND SON Lipin Mary Lipin. In loving memory of our beloved wife and mother who passed away 12 years ago today, April 20, 1956. In our hearts, you are always with us. HUSBAND AND SONS Lyda George West Lyda, April 20, 1964 In fond memory of our beloved brother Always in our thoughts and memories. May your soul rest in peace. SISTERS AND BROTHER Dedication Announcements Fisher A monument will be dedicated to Mori Fisher Sunday, April 21, 1968, 11 a. m., Waldneim, Gate 25. Fraternal Notices ELECTRICAL CRAFTSMEN'S CLUB Mourn the passing of brother Samuel Rice. Resting at Montclair Funeral Home. 6901 W. Belmont. Please assem ble Sunday, 8 P. m. ODD LINNERUD, Master Abell Ethel M. Abell, nee Loveless, of West Chicago, suddenly, wife of the late Edmund R.; mother of Edmund Raymond, Richard W., Rosemary William) Soto, and the late Mariorie; grandmother of seven; sister of Alice Marschinke, Helen Varner, Pearl Acker, Gertrude Joseph) Sawitoski, Mabel Orrin Karp, and the late Raymond Loveless. Member of Central Du Page Hospital auxiliary; Esther chapter, O. E. S., Logan Square; past president of Chicago Retail Druggists' Assoc. Services 10 a. m. Saturday, at Woodward Funeral Home, Route 59 and Pine street. West Chicago. Interment Glen Oak cemetery, Westchester. Visitation, Friday, 1 to 5 and 7 to 9:30 p. m. 231-1300. Anderson August Anderson, April 18, 1968, brother of Frank and Anna. Visitation at C. Kampp & Son, 318 N. Central avenue, Austin, after 1 p. m. Sunday. Service Monday, 2:30 p. m. Interment Forest Home. AU 7-0017. Anliker Elise Anliker, dear sister of John and Seipt Peggy) Anliker; dear aunt of many nieces and nephews. Services Sunday, St. John Lutheran church, Sibley, III. Banner Catherine M. Banner, nee Shannon, April 19, wife of the late John L.; beloved mother of Margaret Lessner, John R. Banner, and Rosemary Stanton; grandmother of 10. At Birren and Son Funeral Home, 6125 N. Clark street, after 6 p. m. Saturday. Funeral Monday morning at 10:15. Services in St. Juliana church at 11 o'clock. Interment All Saints' cemetery. Please omit flowers. Barczyk Sigmund Barczyk, beloved husband of Aina, nee Nawratil; dear uncle of Hen-rvka Pekalski; also survived by cousins. Funeral Monday, 9:15 a. m., from Stanley Funeral Home, 3060-64 Milwaukee avenue, to St. Stanislaus Kostka church. Interment St. Adalbert's cemetery. Di 2-3330. Bard Kate Bard, age 80, of Worth, beloved wife of the late George A.; devoted mother of Mary Ellen O'Mara, Lawrence, Bess Larson, and George; grandmother of seven; great-grandmother of 17. Funeral service Monday, April 22, at 9:30 a. m., from the Schmaedeke Funeral Home, 10701 S. Harlem avenue. Worth, to Our Lady of the Ridge church, Chicago Ridqe. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. 448-6000. Barrile See Leonarda Calandra notice. Battaglia See Anna Siciliano notice. Berry Nellie C. Berry, age 95 years, f 11213 S. Parnell avenue, devoted wife of Bert; loving mother of Burton, Irene John) Glass, and Ruth Mechtersheimer of Mat-teson. III.; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Resting at Cooney Mortuary, 12 E. 112th place, after noon Sunday. Funeral Monday, 9 a. m., to St. Willibrord church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Mary's. Blanken Walter H. Blanken, age 78, beloved husband of Ella; father of Walter, Robert, and Mrs. Rosamond Eldred Suhr; brother of Mrs. Renata Victor Diet sen; grandfather of 10. Resting at Pfeifer-Elliston Funeral Home, 60 S. Grant street, Hinsdale. Visitation after 2 p. m. Sunday. Funeral Monday, 11 a. m., from Zion Lutheran church. Interment Zion Lutheran cemetery. Memorials preferred. FA 3-0275. Block John F. Block, beloved husband of Ber-nice, nee Wiktor; loving father of Vivian Michael! Jennings; fond brother of George Elizabeth!; grandfather of Patrick, Susan, John, and Kathleen; brother-in-law of Julia Walter Stanek, Stanley Betty), Joseph Loretta, Anna Emil Kulbeda, and Eleanore John Sarafin; uncle of nieces and nephews. Funeral Monday, April 22, 9:30 a. m., from Baran Funeral Home, 2644-46 N. Central avenue, to St. James church. Interment St. Adalbert's cemetery. NA 2-1488. Bobzin Fred L. Bobzin, age 90, beloved husband of the late Minnie, nee Boettcher; loving father of Helen Erich Christian, Fred C. (Ruth), Louise Paul Brenner of Owensville, Mo., and Alma Walter Schumann of Parker, Colo.; seven grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. At rest at John V. May Funeral Home, 4553-61 Milwaukee avenue, until 10:30 a. m. Monday. In state at St. John's Lutheran church, Montrose and Lavergne avenue, until time of service, 1:30 p. m. Interment St. Lucas. In lieu of flowers, memorials to your favorite missions or charities appreciated. Visitation after 5 P. m. Saturday. Boynton Louise R. Boynton, age 86, April 18th at Elgin, formerly of Austin, beloved sister of Mrs. F. W. Ranson; grandmother of four. Services Monday, 1 p. m., at Yurs Funeral Home, St. Charles, III. Interment Forest Home cemetery. Visitation Sunday, after 12 noon. 584-0060. Brady Alice Brady, nee Bra bee, of Downers Grove, III., beloved wife of Lawrence Sr.; dear mother of Joanne Robert Sipek, Lawrence Jr. Rita, Ven. Sr. M. Laurene B. V. M., and Karen ; daughter of Anna Bravec; sister of Eleanore, Ven. Sr. M. Josine, B. V. M., Joseoh, and Leonard; grandmother of seven. Visitation will be as follows: Thursday, April 18, from 7 to 10 p. m., at the Joseph Nosek and Sons Funeral Home, 6716-18 W. 16th street, corner of Euclid, Berwyn; Friday, Ajiril 18, from 2 to 10 p. m., at the Edward .Schubert Chapel. 39 N. Cass avenue, Westmont, III. Funeral Saturday, April 20, at 9:15 a. m., from chapel, to St. Joseph church. Downers Grove, III. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Assumption cemetery. Brenk Pearl H. Brenk of Downers Grove, formerly of Chicago, beloved wife of the late Fred F.; dear mother of Mrs. Eleanor Francis and Mrs. Pearl Johnson; grandmother of Skip, Jackie, and Fritz Francis, Fritz, Kurt, and Robert Johnson. Visitation after 1 p. m. Sunday at the Toon Funeral Home, 4920 Main street. Downers Grove, where services will be held Monday, April 22, at 10 a. m. Interment Union Ridge cemetery. 968-0408. Burns Georgians Burns, loving aunt of Georgians Anderson; great-aunt of Jerry Anderson. Funeral from Tohle Funeral Home, 4325 Lawrence at Lowell, Monday 9 a. m. to Immaculate Heart of Mary church. Interment St. Joseph. Visitation after 4 P. m. Saturday. MU 5-4400. Byrnes John C. Byrnes, beloved husband of the late Agnes C; dear father of Thomas Bob, James, and the late John C; grandfather of eight; brother of Estelle Tekip, Ann Tekip, Frances Tohms, Lucille Heiber, Joseph Byrnes, Dorothy Mundt, and the late Agnes McDermott. At Mee 8, Ramrne Funeral Home, 3918 Irving Park road. Service Monday, 1 d. m. Interment Ri doe wood cemetery. L Member of Hawthorne Telephone Pio- - n a nnlo Calandra Leonarda Barrile Calandra, nee La Rocco, dearly beloved wife of the late Joseph Barrile and Rosalino Calandra; loving mother of Anthony Lena, Vito Margaretl, Joseph, Angelo Adeline Barrile, and Antoinette Ernest Bor-relli; stepmother of Frances Sam) Pomaro, Josephine John Bove, Mary James Scelfo, Lillian Leonard Pa-rise, Sam Ann, Father Angelo, C. S., Anthony, Carl Maria, and Joseph Mary Calandra; grandmother of 31; great-grandmother of 18. Funeral Monday, April 22, 10 a. m., from DeNicolo-Lesniak Funeral Home, 5734-40 W. Di-versey avenue, corner of Mango. Mass 10:45 a. m. at St. Tarcissus church, 6020 W. Ardmore. Interment Mount Car-mel cemetery. Please omit flowers. Visitation Saturday after 6 p. m. 889-0115. Carlson Carl August Carlson of R. R. 2, Crete, III., beloved father of Carl D. Visitation is Sunday 2-5 p. m. and 7-10 p. m. at Gerardi Funeral Home, 2510 Chicago road, Chicago Heights. Funeral services 1:30 p. m., Monday at Gerardi Chapel. Interment will be at Oak Hill cemetery in Worth, III. Ciangi Patrick J. Ciangi Jr., age 17, ioving son of Patrick J. Sr. and Raffaela Lu, nee Tancredi; dear brother of Michele; grandson of Mary and the late Daniel Tancredi and John and the late Filomena Ciangi. At Granata Chapels, 1857 N. Harlem avenue. Funeral Monday, 8:45 a. m., to St. Frances of Rome church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Mount Carmel. Please omit flowers. TU 9-1700. Condit Cecil O. Condit of Warrenville. III., survived by wife, Margaret C; partner in brokerage firm of Link-Gorman-Peck it Co., Chicago. Services Saturday, 11 a. m., Hanerhoff Funeral Home, 304 N. Main, Wheaton. Interment private. 668-0027. Conrad Charles P. Conrad, April 17, 1968, father of Charles P. Julie Conrad; brother of Edward, Otto, Sue Paul Richter, Louise Harman. At Lain and Son Chapel, 5501 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Saturday, April 20 at 11 a. m. Interment Montrose. Cooper Jennie Cooper, beloved mother of Emanuel and Dr. Bernarr Cooper; most devoted sister of Anna Newman and Klara Beckerman. Services Sunday, Los Angeles, Calif. Family prefers contributions to the Fox River sanitarium, Chicago. Groman Mortuary, Directors, 830 W. Washington blvd., Los Angeles, Cal. Coursey James W. Coursey of Morton Grove, beloved husband of Anne; dear father of Patricia, Helen Burton and James W. Jr.; grandfather of three; fond brother of Martha Hill and the late John, Daniel, and Edward. Funeral from Meyer Funeral Home, 6251 Dempster street, Morton Grove, Monday 10:30 a. m. to St. Isaac Jogues church. Mass 11 a. m. Interment Calvary. Visitation after 7 p. m. Saturday. YO 5-2500. Cozine Gladys Cozine, fond sister of Lester Olson and Delia Seibert; also nieces and nephews. Services at Sandvig Funeral Home, Eagle Grove, la., Monday, April 22. Memorials to your favorite charity appreciated. SP 4-3333. Czarnik See Walter Kut notice. Dash Mary Ann Dash, nee Thuran, beloved wife of Frank L. Dash Jr.; loving mother of Patricia, John Francis, Nancy, and James Dash; beloved daughter of Dorothy Alongi; dear sister of Dianne Longino. Funeral Monday, 9 a. m., from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 4727 W. 103d street. Oak Lawn, to St. Emeric church. Country Club Hills. Interment St. Mary's cemetery. Member of St. Emeric's Altar Guild, and Girl Scouts. For transportation information NE fill 93 or 735-4242. Degelbeck Merlin Degelbeck, beioved husband of June; dear father of Kenneth, Karen, and Cheryl; son of Alice; also three sisters and four brothers. Services Monday, 10:30 a. m., at Muelhoefer Funeral Home, 1458 Belmont avenue. Interment Ridqewood cemetery. Visitation after 12 noon Saturday. Deily Harry G. Deily, former resident of Glenview, III., retired foreman for Glenora Farms dairy in Evanston, beloved father of Fredric Deily of Houston, Tex.; brother of Mrs. O. L. Porter and Mrs. G. A. Schoenrock of Winnetka; brother of Phillip Deily of Glenview; grandfather of two. Memorial services Monday, April 22, 10 a. m., at the Glenview Community church, 1000 Elm street, Glenview. De Kovic Michael W. De Kovic of Bellwood, beloved husband of Javne, nee Sarna; loving father of Michael G. and Maureen; fond brother of Jack and Mrs. Ann Sagodic. Visitation Saturday after 3 p. m., at Broadview Funeral Home, 2020 Roosevelt road, Broadview. Funeral Monday, Apri' 22, 9:15 a. m from chapel, to St. Simeon church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Queen of Heaven cemetery. Fi 4-3044. De Salvo Antonette De Salvo, nee Scala, beloved wife of the late Joseph; loving mother of Joseph Mary, Paul Frances, and the late Michael Emily and Nancy; dear qrandmother of eight; great-grandmother of two; sister of the late Patsy, Anthony, John, and Joseph Murphy Scala. At Granata Chapels, 1857 N. Harlem avenue, after 6 p. m. Saturday. Funeral Monday, 8:45 a. m.. to St. Bartholomew church. Mass 10 a. m. In- j ferment Mount Carmel. Please omit i flowers. TU 9-1700. i DeVivo I Carmela DeVivo, beloved wife of Alfonso; I loving mother of Mrs. Theresa Frank Livioni, Anthony Helen, Carlo, August Antoinette, Peter Josephine, Alfonso Jr. Mary; grandmother of 19. Funeral Saturday, 10 a. m. from The Montclair Funeral Home, 6901 W. Belmont avenue, to Saint Patricia church in Hickory Hills, III. Please omit flowers. Entombment Queen of Heaven. NA 2-9300. Dibelka Elizabeth G. Dibelka, nee Harrop, April 18, 1968, devoted wife of John J. Dibelka. Past Worthy Matron of Mizpah Lake View chapter. No. 149, O. E. S. At Lain 8. Son Chapel, 5501 N. Ashland avenue, from 4 p. m. Saturday, until 10 p. m. Sunday. Services 2 p. m. Monday, at St. Paul's-By-The-Lake Episcopal church, 7100 N. Ashland avenue. Interment Acacia Park. Memorials may be made to the church. Donofrio See Anna Siciliano notice. Duncan J. McGregor Duncan, 94, of 15152 Harding in Midlothian, April 18, 1968, beloved husband of Isabel; dear father of May-nard and Florence Hodgdon; fond brother of Ruby Green; grandfather of 11, greatgrandfather of 18. Funeral, from The Brown Funeral Home, 13820 Lincoln avenue, Dolton, Monday, 1:30 p.m. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens South. 849-5450. Dunnuck Minnie L. Dunnock of Lombard, III., dear wife of Earl; sister of Emma, William, Edwin H. Bleich, Lillian Hermenitt, Elsie Jorns, and the late Fred, August, and Augusta Bleich. At the Pedersen-Ryberg Mortuary, 435 N. York street, Elmhurst, after 2 p. m. Sunday, and where services will be held Monday, I p. m. Interment Mount Emblem. Info. 834-1133. Dwyer Ann V. McDonough Dwyer, beloved wife of the late John Dwyer; devoted mother of Mrs. Geraldine William Hopp; dear grandmother of Bill, John, Jim, Beth, and Ginger Hopp; loving daughter of the late John and Bridqet McDonough; dear sister of Crea Neylon, Agnes McDonough, the late Mary Dermody, Catherine O'Donnell, James McDonough, and Lillian Clark. Visitation after 3 p. m. Saturday. Funeral Monday, 9:15 a. m., from the Sheehy Funeral Home, 8243 S. Ashland avenue, to St. Rose of Lima church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. ST 3-7700. Feigen Kay Feigen, nee Morris, of 1320 Linden avenue. Highland Park, III., beloved wife of Morton B.; dear mother of Roberta P., Michelle T., and John B.; devoted daughter of Milton H. and Pearl Win-ternitz Morris; fond sister of Carol Ware and Margery Bitterman. Services Monday, II a. m., at Piser Memorial Chapel, 5206 Broadway. Interment Anshe Emet section of Memorial Park. Friends are asked to pay their respects at the time of the services. LO 1-4740. Felty Mayme Donaghue Felty, beloved wife of John W. Felty; devoted sister of James W. Donaghue, Lt. C F. D., ret., the late Loretta Donaghue, John Donohue, and Anna Donaghue Schroder. Visitation after 6 p. m. Thursday. Funeral Saturday, 9:15 a. m., from the Sheehy Funeral Home, 8243 S. Ashland avenue, to St. Thomas More church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Mary's cemetery. ST 3-7700. Fetchko See Ann Polachak notice. Firnsin Charles Firnsin of Berwyn, beloved husband of the late Marv, nee Svoboda; dear father of Dr. Charles (Anne), Dr. Edward Otillia Firnsin and Mildred John Hynous; brother of the late Anton Firnsin; grandfather of Joseph, Charles, ard Judith Firnsin, Gail Dro-lenga, Cynthia Lanqe, Lance Firnsin, and George Hvnous; also three great-qrand-children. Services Monday, April 22, 1 p. m., at Sver & Sons Funeral Home, 6227 W. Cermak road. Interment Bohemian National. GU 4-2050 or Bi 2-2027. Flynn John J. Flynn, beloved husband of Catherine, nee Walsh; fond father of John J. Shirley, Michael J. Dolores, William Helen, Margaret Clenent Greco, Kathleen Frank Lettiere, Joan Flynn and Marv Steve Anderson; grandfather of 21; brother of Hannah O'Callaghan and Tim Flynn. Funeral Monday, 8:45 a. m., from Egan Funeral Home, 3700 W. 63d street to the Church of St. Mary Star of the Sea. Interment St. Mary. Native of Limerick, Ireland. Visitation after 6 p. nr. Saturday. LU 2-2000. Forss Ann M. Forss, nee Larkln, of River Forest, beioved wife of the late Frank I.; fond mother of Carol Ann and Frank I.; sister of John D. Larkin. Services Saturday, April 20, 9:15 a. m., from Parkwyn Funeral Home, 6901 W. Roosevelt road, to St. Luke church. River Forest. Mass 10 a. m. Interment family plot. Visitation 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.' m. 788-0904. Frett Margaret K. Frett, nee Kasprak, wife of the late Henry; mother of Richard and Henry Frett; grandmother of 12; sister of Stefanle Ullrich, Helen Orr, and the late Irma Foris. Restinq at Hallinan Funeral Home, 2601 Vermont street, Blue Island. Requiem high mass Monday, 11 a. m at St. Walter church. Interment St. Patrick's, McHenry, III. Visitation after 7 p. m. Saturday. FU 5-0850. Gantner Ann H. Gantner, nee Heinichen, beloved wife of the late William J.; dear mother of Corinne Jackson, William R., Annette A., John J., and Terry W.; fond grandmother of six; sister of Fred, Margaret Popolo, William, Martha Duch, Helen Kelderhouse, and Max. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a. m.. from Beverly-Ridge Chapel, 10415 S. Kedzie, to St. John Fisher church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Mary's. Visitation after 5 p. m. Saturday. PR 9-4411. Goldberg Edward Goldberg, suddenly, of 4415 W. Estes, Lincolnwood, beloved husband of Gertrude; dear father of Ann; devoted son of Eva and the late Sam Goldberg; fond brother of Helen Klein. Services Sunday, 2 p. m., at Piser Memorial Chapel, 5206 Broadway. Interment Shalom Memorial Park, Palatine. Friends are asked to pay their respects at the time of services. Mr. Goldberg was with Feldman Bros. Clothing, formerly with Stylebilt Hilton Clothing. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Henry Booth House, Hull House Assoc., 2328 S. Dearborn. Info. LO 1-4740. Golubic Embro Golubic, beloved husband of the late Rose Golubic; devoted father of Tony Stella Golubich; fond grandfather of Ronald and Albert Agurkis. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a. m. from Pavlak Funeral Home, 1814 S. Throop street, to Holy Trinity Croatian church for mass 1 at 10 a. m. Interment St. Mary cemetery. Member of Sloboda, No. 32, C. F. U. CA 6-1207. Grezechowiak Leo Grezechowiak, beloved husband of Ludmilla; dear brother of Irene Allen. Funeral M nday, 9:15 a. m., from Theis Funeral Home, 3517-27 N. Pulaski road, to Our Lady of Lourdes church. Interment St. Adalbert's cemetery. Member of Ravenswood council. No. 1009, K. of C Visitation after 2 p. m. Sunday. IN 3-5800. ' Gunderson Mabel Gunderson, nee Kreici, beloved wife of Arthur; dear mother of Marlene Gerhard Witt and Kenneth; fond sister of Joseoh; dear grandmother of Edward, Keith, and Judith. Funeral Monday, 9 a. m., from the Olenec Funeral Home, 2255 W. Chicago avenue, to St. Stephen King of Hungary church. Interment local. HU 6-8220. Haag Ernest Haag, beloved husband of Diana, nee Warthen, Schinska; loving father of Ernest Jr. and Janice Yak; grandfather of four; fond stepfather of Nancy and Robert Warthen. Services Monday, 1 p. m., at Daniel W. Lynch Funeral Home, 9837 S. Kedzie avenue. Interment Evergreen. GA 2-2000. Hammerschmidt Raymond J. Hammerschmidt, beloved husband of Dorothy, nee Phillips; fond brother of Clement and the late Joseph and Ben. Funeral Monday, 10:30 a. m., from Grein Funeral Directors, 2114 W. Irving Park road, to St. Benedict church. Mass 11 a. m. Interment St. Boniface cemetery. Visitation after 1 p. m. Saturday. JU 8-6336. Heller Edythe Heller, beloved wife of the late Edward R.; dear sister of the late Gertrude Ragsdale; fond aunt of Francine Eddington of New Jersey. Memorial services will be held Sunday, 2:30 p. m., at Krauspe Funeral Home, 390537 N. Lincoln avenue. LA 5-0529. Heller See Gertrude Ragsdale notice. Heyer Franklin J. Heyer of 13 W. Delaware place Chicago, April 18, 1968, brother of Roy W. Heyer of Nazareth, Pa., and Mrs Emma V. Schlimme of Evanston. Service and interment private. Hickey Nora Hickey, nee O'Sullivan, beloved wife of Laurence Hickey; devoted mother of Mary Gerald Sullivan, Laurence Alice, Michael Mona, Nora Edward Burke, John, Helen Daniel Brennan, Patrick Virginia, Marguerite William Winters, Joan Thomas Lewis, Bartholomew Betty, Sylvester Aurelia, and Donald Dolores Hickey; dear grandmother of 37; fond great-grandmother of two; loving sister of Bridget Murphy, Nellie O'Shea, Catherine Garvey, and Mary Foley, all of Chicago, Patrick O'Sullivan in Ireland, and the late Hannah McCarthy. Visitation after 2 p. m. Saturday. Funeral Monday, 9:15 a. m., from the Sheehy Funeral Home, 8243 S. Ashland avenue, to Little Flower church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Native of Ohermong Caher-civeen. County Kerry, Ireland. ST 3-7700. Huff Charles Huff, fond father of Mary Ray Nierzwicki; beloved grandfather of Raymond, Robert, Kathleen, Richard and Ronald; loving brother of Edward, Anna Millyard, and Marie Lippie. Member of Holy Name society of 5t. veronica cnurcn. Resting at the A. V. Furman Funeral Home, 3100 Irving Park road. Funeral Monday at 9:30 a. m. to St. Veronica church. Interment All Saints. IR 8-5800. Jackson Eloise L. Jackson, nee Bemke, beloved wife of the late Rudolph; fond daughter of John and Rose Bemke; dear sister of Isabelle Stawick and Eleanor Bemke. Funeral Saturday, 9 a. m., from Thompson Funeral Home, .1718 W. 63d street, to St. Theodore church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment SS. Cyril and Methodius, Le-mont. III. PR 6-1000. Katz Florence Katz, beloved wife of the late Louis; fond mother of Ronald and the late Louis G. Katz; grandmother of Linda and Lee; great-grandmother of Lizabeth and Laura; sister of Emma Julian, Paul Sternberg, and Elizabeth Glenn. Visitation 2 to 10 p. m. Sunday at Peterson Funeral Home, 6938 W. North avenue. Services Monday, 10:30 a. m. Interment Mount Emblem. 637-4441. Kerpen Matt J. Kerpen, dear brother of Adeline. Madeline Glock, Margaret, the late Peter, Pauline Blau, and Mary Meister. Services Monday, 11 a. m., at Nehls-Noland Funeral Home, 3026 Belmont avenue. Interment Montrose. 588-4200. Kiley Raymond F. Kiley Sr., beloved husband of Pearl; loving father of Raymond Mary and James Kiley; grandfather of William G. and Sandra L. Kiley; brother of Eva Brown and Paul Kiley. Member of American Legion post. No. 21 and retired officer U. S. naval reserve. Services Monday, April 22, 2 P. m., at Drake and Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western avenue. Interment Acacia Park. Visitation after 6 p. m. Saturday. 561-6874. Roller Florence Koller, nee Cholke, suddenly, April 19, 1968, beloved wife of the late William; dear mother of Violet Charles Hunt, Luella Frank Traub, Jane Edward Hallo, Winifred, William P. Carole, Ruth Ann John Napier, and Kenneth Pamela; grandmother of 15; fond sister of Frances Jewett, Loretta Block, Adele Gody, and the late Bernice Ratz. Funeral Monday, 10:15 a. m from Ewald Funeral Home, 2501-03 N. South-port avenue, to Our Lady of Grace church. Mass 11 a. m. Interment Maryhill cemetery. 549-0098. Kolnik Mary Kolnik, nee Simko, beloved wife of the late John F. Kolink Sr.; fond mother of Anna Kirk, John F. Jr., George Kolnik, and the late Marie Lundy; grandmother of 13; great-grandmother of five. Funeral Saturday, 9:15 a. m., from McPhee Funeral Home, 7133 S. Western avenue, to St. Adrian church. Mass 9:45 a. m. Interment St. Mary's. PR 6-0777. Kopaczewski John A. Kopaczewski, suddenly, beloved husband of Evelyn, nee Soltysik; loving father of Johi. Funeral Monday, April 22, at 9:30 a. m., from the Columbian Funeral Home, 10300 W. Grand avenue, " near Mannheim road. Franklin Park, to St. Gertrude church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Adalbert's cemetery. 455-1200. Kosiniak Anna Kosiniak, nee Bartosi, beloved mother of Frances Walter Tokarski; dear grandmother of John Tokarski; fond sister of Peter Bartosi of Poland; Agnes Oleszkiewicz, cousin; Victoria Tomal, sister-in-law. Funeral Monday, 9 a. m., from Richard Funeral Home, 5749 Archer avenue, corne' of Lorel, to St. Camillus church. Interment Resurrection cemetery. 767-1840. Kreici See Mabel Gunderson notice. Krieman Marie Krieman, nee Bernaciak, beloved wife of John; dearest mother of Sylvia Joseph Boyd and Alice Robert Lein; fond grandmother of eight. Resting at Stermer Funeral Home, 3653-59 Fullerton avenue. Funeral Monday, April 22, at 9r30 a. m., to Our Lady of Grace church. Interment St. Adalbert's. Visitation after 4 p. m. Saturday. BE 5-1815. Kut Walter Kut, late of the Brighton Park neighborhood, beloved husband of Anna, nee Ozga; loving father of Joseph Helen, Bruno Helen, Henry Gertrude, and Lorraine George Czamik; dear brother of John; fond grandfather of nine; great-grandfather of two. Funeral Monday, April 22, 9:30 a. m., from Ocwieia Funeral Home, 4256 S. Mozart street, to Five Holy Martyrs church. Interment Resurrection. CL 4-3838 or Vi 2-1070. Lakers St Kather'mt Morriff notlM. Lelis Constantine N. Lelis, beloved husband of Lucille, nee Kuss; loving father of Loretta A.; dear brother of James of California and Arthur and George of Greece. Funeral Monday, 10:30 a. m., from Columbian Funeral Home, 6621 W North avenue. Oak Park, to St. Giles" church. Mass 11 a. m. Interment St. Joseph's. ES 9-5151 or VI 8-3010. Linzy Dorothy Llnzy, nee Lanse, Homewood. III., April 16, 1968, beloved wife of the late Jasper Newton Linzy; fond mother of Diane and Ted; sister of Mrs. Calvin Sue Yoran, Mrs. Harold Ruth Wunderlich, and Frank E. Mariorie) Lange. At Lain and Son Chapel. 2121 W. 95th street, where services will be held Monday, April 22, at 1 p. m. Interment Homewood Memorial Gardens. Linzy Jasper Newton Llnzy, Homewood, III., April 18, 1968, beloved husband of the late Dorothy Linzy, nee Lange; fond father of Diane and Ted; son of Clara Nichols; brother of Mrs. Bradley Elizabeth Osborn. At Lain and Son Chapel, 2121 W. 95th street, where services will be held Monday, April 22. at 1 p. m. Interment Homewood Memorial Gardens. Lipkovitz Frank Lipkovitz of Holland, Mich., formerly of 9229 S. Elizabeth street, beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Lipkovitz; fond father of Frank Lipton and Mrs. James Elizabeth Mork of Chicago, and Richard Lipkovitz of Rlverdale; grandfather of four. Funeral from Lain & Son Chapel, 2121 W. 95th street, Monday. April 22 at 9:30 a. m., to St. Margaret's of Scotland church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Mary's. Visitation after 4 p. m. Saturday. Retired employe of New York Central railroad. Loughman William J. Loughman, April 18, beloved husband of Josephine, nee Jucik; loving father of William T. Margaret Mary)'; grandfather of Michael and Kathleen. At Birren and Son Funeral Home, 6125 N. Clark street, after 6 p. m. Saturday. -Funeral Monday morning at 9:30. Services in St. Henry church at 10 o'clock. Interment All Saints cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Heart fund will be appreciated. Mackenzie Alice Mackenzie, nee Hinchliff, of Oak Park, beloved wife of Rex; dear mother of Mary Alice Rankin; grandmother of five. Services Saturday, 11 a. m., at Haggard Funeral Home, 124 Madison street. Oak Park. Interment Rosehlll. Maczko Caroline M. Maczko, beloved wife of Joseph; loving mother of Mitchell Patricia, Eugene, and Wanda Stanley Jr. Duwal; fond sister of Catherine John Trela; grandmother of 11. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a. m., from Ridge Funeral Home, 6620-28 W. Archer avenue, corner of Natoma. to St. Daniel the Pronhet church. Interment Resurrection. 586-7900. Manelski Stella H. Manelski, April 18, of Evanston. devoted wife of Adam; lovinq mother of Eugene Manelski, Lucille Nugent, and Ann Bonarek; eight grandchildren. Member of the Polish Women's Alliance of Evanston. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a. m., from Donnellan-Lindsey Funeral Home. 1555 Maple avenue, Evanston, to The Ascension of Our Lord church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Maryhill. UN 9-1500. Mankle Marie Mankle, April 19, beloved wife of the late George; dear sister of Teresa, Francis J., and Armelle Steinbrecher. Visitation Saturday, April 20, from 2 to 10 p. m. at Weimeskirch Funeral Home, 7066 N. Clark street. Visitation Sunday after 2 p. m. at the Daleiden Funeral Home, 276 High street, Aurora, III., where services will be held Monday, 10:15 a. m. Mass St. Mary church. Interment Mount Olivet. RO 4-0071. Marazan Tom Marazan, beloved husband of Sadie, nee valkanet; loving father of Priscilla De Salvia and Betty William Readar; devoted grandfather of Kurt; fond brother of Sida Lautas, Lena Timison, and . Maria Raica of Romania; nieces and nephews. Lying In state at Hollerbach Funeral Home, 4022-36 N. Elston at Irving Park, from Saturday, 6 p. m., until Monday, April 22, 12:30 p. m. Service 1 p. m. at St. Mary's Romanian Orthodox church, 4225 N. Central. Interment Rosehill cemetery. IN 3-1510. McKuIski Helen McKuIski, nee Mayer, age 68, of 1127 Darrow avenue, Evanston, beloved wife of Stanley E. McKuIski; fond mother of Mrs. Frank Lorraine Zeut-schel, Mrs. Robert Shirley Sawyer, and Ralph E. McKuIski; sister of Katherine Kraus, Alma Johnson, Vincent Mayer; three grandchildren. Visitation begins at 3 p. m., Saturday. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a. m., from Fitzgerald and Franklin Funeral Home, 1571 Maple avenue, Evanston, to St. Mary church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment All Saints cemetery. UN 9-2900. Melamed Minnie Melamed of 5700 N. Sheridan road, beloved wife of the late Israel ; dear mother of Dr. Abraham of Milwaukee, Wis., Milton M., Dr. Myron, and Dr. Jack L.; loving grandmother of 10. Services Sunday, 1 p. m., at Piser Memorial Chapel, 5206 Broadway. Interment Anshe Emet section of Memorial Park. Please omit flowers. Friends are asked to pay their respects at the time of the services. LO 1-4740. Mika Catherine Mika, nee Ciesla, beloved wife of Joseph; dearest mother of the Rev. Edward, Joseph Jr., Berenice Henry Wal-aszek, and Casimir; fond grandmother of Christine, Rita, and Henry Jr.; great-grandmother of two; sister living in Poland. Resting at Skaia Funeral Home, 3656 W. Belmont. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a. m., from chapel, to St. Wenceslaus church. Interment Maryhill cemetery. KE 9-1376. Milwid Catherine M. Milwid' of Winnetka, suddenly, April 18, at Northampton, Mass., daughter of Josephine M. and Stephen A. Milwid; sister of Mary E. and Peter A.; granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix J. Milwid of Bayonne, N. J. and Mrs. John A. Muldoon of Lake Forest, III. Mass Monday, 10 a. m., at SS. Faith, Hope, and Charity, 191 Linden avenue, 'Winnetka. Interment private. Visitation at Wm. H. Scott Funeral Home, 1100 Green-leaf avenue, Wilmette, after 2 p. m. Sunday. Please omit flowers. AL 1-8200. Minarich Nicholas F. Minarich, beloved husband of Marie G.; dear father of Donald and Ralph; grandfather of three; brotner of Celia Montalbano and Sr. Mary Agatha, O. L. M. Resting at Thomas J. Cooney Sons Funeral Home, 3552 Southport avenue. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a. m., to St. Benedict church. Interment Mount Carmel. Morran Katherine Morran, nee Malone, beloved wife of the late Patrick J.; loving mother of Mary Lakers and the late Lt. John Joseph Morran, U. S. army; grandmother of Patrick Joseph Lakers. Funeral Monday, April 22, at 9:45 a. m., from Ahern Funeral Home, 1110 Madison street. Oak Park, to St. Domitilla church Hillside, for requiem mass at 10:30 a. m. Interment Queen of Heaven cemetery. Native of County Kilkenney, Ireland. Visitation after 4 p. m. Saturday. EU 3-5700 or KE 3-2394. Morris See Kay Feigen notice. Niederman Peter Niederman of 3440 N. Lake Shore drive, beloved husband of Rose, nee Wecker; dear father of Jerome, Shirley Heller, Howard, and the late Stanley J.; loving grandfather of nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild; fond brother of the late Maurice. Services Sunday, 11 a. m., at Piser Memorial ChaDel, 5206 Broadway. Entombment Rosehill mausoleum. Friends are asked to pay their respects at the time of the services. LO 1-4740. Nigro x Napoleon B. Nigro, 78, loving husband of Elena; dear father of Joseph of New Jersey, Mario of Des Plaines, and Mrs. Lia Sabie of Norrhbrook, 111.; grandfather of eight. Visitation Saturday after 2" ?f De5 Plaines Funeral Home, 1717 Rand road, Des Plaines, III. Funeral services Monday, April 22, 9 a. m , from chapel, to the Church of St. Isaac Jogues, 8101 Golf road, Niles, III., at 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery. 824-0166. Nottolini Julius Glulio Nottolini, age 76, of 1212 Sherwood avenue, Elgin, passed away Thursday, Sherman hospital. Owner of North End Appliance stores. Husband of Esther; father of Dino, Ethel Julian, and Mrs. Ray Mary Lichtenberg. Funeral services will be held Monday morn- ing at 9:45 at the O'Connor Funeral Home, 364 Division street, Elgin. Mass at St. Joseph church at 10 a. m Entombment Queen of Heaven cemetery. Hillside. Visitation after 7 p. m. Saturday. Please omit flowers. 741-1400. Owsiany Pauline Owsiany, nee Stofer, beloved wife of the late John; loving mother of Victor Weiger; grandmother of four; fond sister of Albertina Fischer. Visitation Saturday after 6 p. m. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a. m., from Leo M. Brieske and Son Chapel, 2859 N. Southport, to St. Alphonsus church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Joseph cemetery. Member of Third Order of St. Francis. 935-6111. Page George M. Page, Lakeland, Fla., beloved brother of Ann Ulrich, Rose Grotzke of Chicago, Elizabeth Jordan of Los An- geles Cal.; burial at Lakeland, Fla. Paul Louis Paul, beloved husband of Kathryn, nee Herff; dear father of Robert , June and Richard Louise; grandfather of six; fond brother of Min Nash and Lucille Sherman. Funeral Monday, 9 a. m., from Kowachek Funeral Home. 5774-76 W. Lawrence avenue, to St. Robert Bellarmine church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Joseph. Member of Portage Park lodge. No. 220, L. O. O. M. Please omit flowers. Visitation Saturday . after 4:30 P. m. 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