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16 - Section 2 CHICAGO TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1967 PAPPY SMITH, HEMMING PIONEER, DIES Built Harolds Club Into an Empire Reno, Nev., May 2i IUPD Raymond I. Pappy Smith, 80, the granddaddy of Nevada gambling who built a multimil-lion dollar empire at Harolds club, died in his sleep today. Smith had been in St Mary's hospital for treatment of cancer and other ailments. The hospital administrator, Sister Dominga, said he died of a "lot of complications. Maybe it was just a lot of living." Smith and his sons, Harold and Raymond A., starting in 1933, built Harolds club from a OBITUARIES 4 UPI Telephotol Raymond I. Smith 25 by 27-foot hole in the wall on Reno's main street to perhaps the biggest gambling easino in . the world. He was the first to realize that volume was the key to casino success. , Hires Women Dealers He liberalized slot machine payoffs; hired women dealers, ana aooxisnea snms. tie Degan advertising on a large scale and set up more than 2,400 signs extending from coast to coast inviting tourists to visit Reno. They included such slogans as "You may lose your pants but you'll have a barrel of fun at Harolds club." Smith was". -credited with bringing gambling out of the back room in Nevada and giving it an air of respectability. Reluctant with Liquor . I a. i. a. r: a. rappy was reiuciam ai iirsi . to serve liquor. Yet in later 1 1 1 1 - f A, years ue uecame ueau 01 uie corporation owning the seven bars in the club, which, at one , time, served more liquor over the bar than any other establishment in the country. Smith was born on a 200-acre Vermont farm on April 30, 1887. At 14 he withdrew from high school to operate the farm alone. When his mother sold the land, he began 23 years of wandering around the country with fairs and carnivals,- running a wheel of fortune. Arthur J. Wilson Services for Arthur J. Wilson, 67, 6th ward Republican committeeman, will be held at 10 a. m. today in the Church of St Edmunds, 61st street and Michigan avenue." Mr. Wilson, who died Monday in Presbyterian-St Luke's hospital, was the ward committeeman for the last 12 years. In 1923, he became the first Negro to be certified as a public accountant in Illinois, and was head of Arthur J. Wilson & Co., accountants at 4619 South Park av. He is. survived by his widow, Evelyn; two sons, Hugh F. and Arthur; two daughters, Mrs. Maurice Thuesdee and Mrs. Dolarite Woods; and nine grandchildren. Rev. Boleslaus Sztuczko ' The Rev. Boleslaus J. Sztuczko, 81, died in Chicago yesterday while on a visit from the University of Notre Dame where he had been living in retirement. A refugee from the Russian occupation of eastern Poland in 1940, he at one time had been an assistant to his uncle, the late Rev. Casimir Sztuczko, at Holy Trinity church, 1118 Noble st. He also had been pastor of St. Hedwig and St Stanislaus parishes in South Bend, Ind. Mass will be said at 3:30 p. m. Saturday in Sacred Heart church on the university campus. Abe Ehrlich Abe Ehrlich, 60, of 6142 N. Kimball av., operator of Motor World hotel, 5300 S. Pulaski rd., died yesterday in his home. Mr. Ehrlich also was co-owner of the establishment. Services for him will be held at 3 p. m. today in the chapel at 6130 N. California av. Mr. Ehrlich's widow, Florence, is president of the Chicago School for Retarded Children, 6050 N. California av. He also leaves a daughter, Mrs. Lois Kozak; a son, Jack; seven granddiil-dren; and two brothers. Mrs. William J. Powell Sr. Mass for Mrs. Ida Powell, 78, of 6007 Michigan av., will be said at 10 a. m. Monday in St. Anselm Catholic church, 6045 Michigan av. Mrs. Powell died Tuesday in Billings hospital. Surviving are her husband, William J. Sr.; three daughters, Mrs. Vivian Williams, a Chicago school teacher, Mrs. Cleo Waller, and Mrs. Mary Morris; nine sons, William J. Jr., Mc-Lendon, Jesse, Clyde, James, Cyril, Anthony, Joseph, and Bernard; 32 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren. E. S. STEINMETZ, FOOD COMPANY OFFICIAL, DIES Edwin S. Steinmetz, 64, of 170 Apple Tree rd., Winnetka, a di- rector, vice president, and ad- ; ministrative assistant to the chairman of Consolidated Foods corporation, died yesterday in St Francis hospital, Evanston. Mr. Steinmetz, an authority on corporate finance, joined Consolidated in 1953 after 27 years as a financial specialist with several Chicago firms. He was in charge of research and development of special corporate matters for Consolidated's acquisition program. Surviving is his widow, Mae. A memorial service will be held at 4:30 p. m. tomorrow in Win- ' netka Presbyterian church, 1255 Willow rd., Winnefka, and burial will be in Sweet Springs, Mo. I Set Memorial Service ' for Prof. Hilberseimer A memorial service for Prof. Ludwig K. Hilberseimer, who died May 6 at the age of 81, will be held at 11 a. m. Monday in Crown hall at 3350 State st on the Illinois Institute of Technology campus. Dr. Hilbeseimer, an internationally known city ; and regional planner, taught at i I.I.T. from 1938 until last year. Boy, 4, Killed in Fall I from 14th Floor Flat Gregory Smith, 4, was killed yesterday when he fell from a bedroom window in his family's 14th floor apartment at 4947 ' Federal st. to a concrete sidewalk. The boy's mother, Mrs. Magnolia Smith, 35, was in an-; taking a nap. - - Henry Bowater Services for Henry Bowater, 85, of 14222 Tracy av., River-dale, will be held at 1 p. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 2434 E. 79tb st. Mr. Bowater died Tuesday in St. Bernard's hospital. Before retiring 10 years ago, he owned a grocery store at 8513 Cottage Grove av. for 40 years. Surviving are his widow, Florence; three daughters, Muriel, Lorraine and Ruth; a son, Harry; and a brother. Edgar J. Manning Services for Edgar J. Manning, 69, of 4246 N. Ashland av., an architect and engineer, will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow in the ' Ravenswood Presbyterian church, Hermitage and Cullom avenues. Mr. Manning died Tuesday. Surviving are his widow, Catherine; a daughter, Mrs. Maudette Wood; and seven grandchildren. Stanley C. Michalec Sr. Mass for Stanley C. Michalec Sr., 50, who died Tuesday night in his home, will be said at 10 a. m. in Five Holy Martyrs Catholic church, 4300 S. Richmond av. Mr. Michalec was a Chicago police department patrolman for 20 years. He is survived by his widow, Ber-nice; and two sons, Stanley Jr., andJoseph. A. J. MOLLWAY SERVICES SET FOR TOMORROW Funeral services for Alfred J. Mollway, 54, an employe of the Associated Press for 38 years, will be held at noon tomorrow in the chapel at 435 N. York rd., Elmhurst. Mr. Mollway, who lived at 18W074 14th st, Villa Park, joined the news wire service as a 16-year-old copyboy and later worked as a teletype operator for it in Chicago, New York City, and Washington. He died of a heart attack Tuesday in Du Page County Memorial hospital. Surviving are his widow, Dolores; three sons, Alfred Jr., Paul, and Daniel; and a daughter, Mrs. Diane Felich. Leonard Cohn Services for Leonard Cohn, 67, of 2914 Jarvis st retired Chicago business man, will' be held at 11 a. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 1300 Devon av. Mr. Cohn died Tuesday in his Palm Springs Cal. winter home. He was co-founder and president of Triangle, Industries corporation, distributors and wholesalers of electrical supplies. The company dissolved when Mr. Cohn retired in 1962. Mr. Cohn also was a director of the Jewish Federation of Chicago. He leaves his widow, Lillian; a son, Martin L.; a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Porper; and a brother. William Walchak William Walchak, 74, of 1775 Granville av., a longtime Rogers Park business man, died yesterday in St Joseph's hospital. He founded the Clark-Devon Hardware company, 6343 Clark st, 45 years ago, and was a director of the Rogers Park Businessmen's association. He leaves his widow, Hannah; two sons, Bernard, now operator of the store, and Howard; two daughters, Mrs. Flutzky and Mrs. Ruth Appel; a sister; and eight grandchildren. Services will be held at 10 a. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 1300 Devon av. Mrs. John M. McCarthy Services for Mrs. Carol McCarthy, 42, of 2628 Lakeview av., will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow in St Chrysostom Episcopal church, 1424 Dearborn pkwy. Mrs. McCarthy died Tuesday. She was the wife of John M. McCarthy, a cartage company sales representative. Also surviving are a son, John; her mother, Mrs. Dorothy Briggs, a children's books author, and a sister. Vera Lewis v Vera Lewis, 58, of 7861 South Shore dr., died yesterday in South Chicago Community hospital. He had been a postal department employe for 25 years and was southeast division superintendent of the special delivery section. Surviving are his widow, Neva, and two brothers, Harry and Robert. Services will be held at 2:30 p. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 2434 E. 79th st Deaths Elsewhere Mrs. Agnes Gordon. 61. bridee champion who represented the United States in three world bridge olympiads, won seven national championship titles, more than 30 regional championships, and numerous other titles; winner of the spring nationals in Seattle which made her a candidate for the 1968 United States women's team; a member of the American Contract Bridge league's national board of directors since i963; in Buffalo. Philip Coolidge, 58, a veteran character actor of the Broadway stage, movies and television; a regular on the TV series The Farmer's Daughter, who appeared with Richard Burton in the recent Broadway version of "Hamlet" and is in the movie "The Russians 'Are Coming;" in Hollywood. George G. Korson, 67, author, newspaper man, and collector of mining folklore, who worked on newspapers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, was editor of the American Red Cross' national publication, and wrote books about the Red Cross, mining, and folk songs; in Washington. G. Norman Collie, 65, a member of the New York News editorial staff who formerly worked in Philadelphia and Newark, N. J., and also was a magazine writer and former president of the Newspaper Guild of Philadelphia; in Beach Haven Park, N. J. Lyell Barbour, 70, concert pianist who appeared in large American cities and in London, Paris, and Berlin; a native of Bloomington, HI., who gained note as an interpreter of -the works of Chopin; in Escondido, CaL Dr. Peter Heinbecker, 71, professor emeritus of clinical surgery at the Washington university school of medicine; in St Louis. George G. Leary, 56, vice president of the Borden Foods company; in New York City. funeral Directors PflLHER-LAUER ROgers Park 4-3000 now with WEINSTEIN BROS. 1300 DEVON AVE. ROgers Park 1-2400 C. H. JORDAN & CO. FUNERAL DIRECTOR 113 YEARS 221 East Erie V Superior 7-770? JOHN CARROLL SONS "HOME FOR FUNERALS" 25 E. Erie . WHItehall 4-6060 In Memoriam McKewin Glenn McKewin May 25. 1964 In loving memory. SISTER FAY Yedor , Ben Yedor. In loving memory of our dear husband, father, and grandfather, who passed away 10 years ago today, May 25, 1954. Words cannot express how much we miss you. WIFE MARIE, CHILDREN MARCELLA, JEAN, AND RONALD, AND GRANDCHILDREN. DEATH NOTICES Cemeteries NORTH 919 BELMONT Vi Sodc Wjf et dark St. WEHington 5-1724 WEST 5911 Madison St. of Masei EStebrook 8-7509 EUclid 4-3720 M CONwyOMO AM!! MIKM i ! CEMETERY and MAUSOLEUM A family memorial of quiet dignity and lasting beauty PRICES TO FIT EVERY NEED CROSS PT. RD. and HARRISON ST EVANSTON, ILL. 583-5080 5081 864-5061 5062 MEM0RIALIZATI0N MAKES THE DIFFERENCE Call today for our brochure on the specific reasons why mausoleum entombment is so much more desirous. MT. OLIVE CEMETERY 3800 N. Narraoansett-av. - A V 6-3770 CHOICE 6 grave lots $1000 value for $700.- Reverence Sec Lot No. 347 NVi, Mount Emblem Cem. Masonic affiliation necessary. Write: Walter Schmidt, 117 Chariton, Hendersonville, N. C. 28739. FOR SALE Two graves 8150 each in Fairmount Memorial Park, 9100 Archer av.. Willow Springs, III. Write J. W. Beeman, Box 345, Fox Lake, IIU or phone 312-587-0971. 3 LOTS Must be sold by June II Memory Gardens, .Mount Prospect. Will sacrifice. 255-7316 Announcements CONTRIBUTE TO CANCER RESEARCH Make a memorial gift bequest to THE CANCER RESEARCH FOUNDATION. 9 E. Jackson-blvd. ,1 HA 7-8855 TAX DEDIJIBLE Adams Annetta M. Adams, nee Donatelll, beloved wife of John: dear mother of May- belle Di Maria and John; grandmother of Anna Marie DiMana, jonn, Micnaei, Bridget, and Anthony Adams; fond sister of Katie Petraca, Frances Valenzio, Nick, and the late Dominick and Frank. Funeral Friday. May 26, 9:15 a. m., from Win. C. Smith & Sons, 2500 N. Cicero avenue, to Mary Seat of Wisdom church. Entombment Queen of Heaven. Please omit flowers. 237-8070. Anderschat . Michael E. Anderschat, age 16, suddenly. Riverside, III., devoted son of William and Sophie Anderschat; loving brother of Capt. Richard, U. S. Army Engineers, John, and Paul. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a. m., from Kuratko Funeral Home, 25th and Des Plaines avenue. Riverside, to St. Mary's church. Solemn requiem mass 10 .a. m. Interment Queen of Heaven. Visitation 2-5 and 7-10 P. m. 447-2500. Banach Frank Banach, age 81, beloved husband of the late Pelagia Banach; fond father of Virginia Young, Chester, the late Alice, Eleanor, and Bernice Banach; grandfather of eight; great-grandfather of four. Funeral from Barron-Hall Funeral Home, 4332 Elston avenue, corner of Pulaski road, Saturday, May 27, 9:30 a. m., to St. Edward church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Adalbert cemetery. KE 9-6100. Barsi Richard A. Barsi, suddenly, beloved son or Julia Barsi crosoli and the late Peter; stepson of George Crosoli: fond brother of Edith (August Model, Lawrence I Irene j ana Albert Fiorencej. Funeral Saturday, 9:15 a. m from Barsi Funeral Home, 2742 N. Lincoln avenue, to St. Bonaventure church. Mass 10:00 a. m. Interment Mount Carmel. Please omit flowers. Visitation after 6:00 p. m. Thursday. BU 1-7775. Benigni Henry T. Benigni, age 62, beloved husband of Rose, net Sczepaniak; dearest father of George H. Arlene M.I and Gerald G. Kathleen M.l; fond brother of Joseph Benigni of Joliet; grandfather of 12. Funeral Saturday, May 27, 9 a. "m., from the Rosemoor Funeral Home, 424 E. 103d street, to St. John de La Salle church, 10200 S. Vernon avenue. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Visitation Thursday 7 to 10 p. m., Friday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. CO 4-1234. Berner Marie A. Berner, nee Leonard, beloved wife of Norbert; dear mother of Sharon, Dennis, David, James, Thomas, Laurie Beth, and Christopher; grandmother of two; daughter of Marie Leonard. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a. from Geils Funeral Home, 180 S. York street, Ben-senville. III., to St. Alexis church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Joseph. PO 6-3232. Bliss John Bliss, May 23, husband of the late Ella; survived by brothers and sisters. Funeral Friday, May 26, at 1 p. m., from Westfall-Shute Chapel, 716 N. Stat street, to Parkholm cemetery.' SU 7-0040. Bowater Henry Bowater, May 23, late of River- oaie, Tormeriy or soutneastern Chicago, beloved husband of Florence, nee Kahi; dear father of Muriel, Lorraine, Ruth, and Harry Bowater; brother of George Bowater of Spring Valley, III., also the late Benjamin, John, and Mrs. Lillian Caddick. Member of Harbor lodae. Kin 731, A. F. & A. M. Resting at the Tews Funeral Home, 79th. street at Phillips avenue. Services 1 p. m. Friday. Interment Cedar Park. Masonic services 8 p. m. inursoay. so a-6959. Brink Clara A. Brink, nee Horn, beloved wifn of the late Albert; dear mother of Dor- orny uison, oiaays l Lawrence) Able, and Birdie Lester Strom; grandmother of KODerr uison and Leslie Stanek; great-grandmother of John and David Stanek: sister of Ella DeLattr and Edward Horn, services 2 p. m. Friday, May 26, at Kolssak Funeral Home. 4255-59 W. Division, corner of Kildare. Interment mounr unve. Al z-3ooo. Brown Mary L. Brown, nee Barrett, of Skokie. beloved wife of Frank E.; dear mother of Rosemary Gaffev and John; grandmother of Kathleen; sister of Thomas, Frank, John, and the late Walter. Funeral Friday, 9:15 a. m., from Ha ben Funeral Home, 8057 Niles Center road, Skokie. Mass 9:30 a. m. at St. Peter's church. Interment Mount Carmel cem etery. Native of Castlebar, County Mayo, ireiana. or 3-6111. Califfe Rose Califfe. nee Quarincino, beloved wife of Angelo; loving mother of Angelo R. iManiynj ana rne late pnyius ana Felix Bonelli; grandmother of the Rev. Richard A. Bonelli, Philip M. Betty Bonelli, Ronald Califfe, and the late Robert T. Bonelli; great-grandmother of Cathleen. Funeral Friday, 9 a. m., from Szvkownv Funeral Home, 4901-07 S. Archer avenue, to St. Richard church. Entomb ment St. Mary's. In lieu of flowers. masses will be appreciated. RE 5-7521. Callender See Angeline Cerneglia notice. Can-as Karabatsos Helen J. Carras, nee Demakis, beloved wife of the late John; loving mother of Margaret Reta, Mary Bob Sbarounis and Nicholas; fond grandmother of Ar thur and Ellen Sbarounis; dear sister-in- law of Helen Cyrus Demas. Christine Peter Demas, James Mabel Carras, Pota Gregory Gallanis; loving cousin of John P. Carras, Dena Tasios Assima- kis. Emily and Leta Ke eoouris. Funeral Saturday, 11 a. m., from chapel of Adina-mis Funeral Directors, 4700 N. Western avenue. Services 12 noon, at St. John's Greek Orthodox church, Des Plaines, III. Interment Elmwood cemetery. 334-1700, Cataldo Anna Cataldo, devoted daughter of Anna, nee Gasparra, and the late Henry; loving sister of Gilbert Alita and Margaret (Charles! Casale. Clara Gusl Bacuros. "and Henrietta Charles La Cavera; dear aunr of six. Funeral Saturday, 9 a. m., from Rosario D. Salerno's Sons Funeral Home, 6300 W. North avenue, to Holy Family church. Entombment Queen of Heaven. ME 7-0449 or ME 7-0450. Catania See Lucy Pullano notice. Cerniglia Angeline Cemiglia, nee Marino, of Mel rose Park, beloved wife of Sam; loving mother of Frances Louis Napolitano and Annarose- Callender; fond grand mother of four; daughter of Carmella Marine; dear sister of Rocco Ann Marino, Joseph Pearl Marino, Mrs. Theresa Euiiano. Anthony Ann Marino, Mary Marino, and Peter Eileen Marino. Funeral Friday, May 26, 9:30 a. m., from the Ed Prignano - Funeral Home, 1815 w. Nortn avenue, Broadway at North avenue, Melrose Park. Mass 10 a. m. at Sacred Heart church. pntfunhmttnt Aiimii nf Maawait r.mat,rv Please omit flowers. An lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the Leu kemia society. Fi 4-0635. Chalis ' " William Tsetse lis Chalis, beloved husband of Areti; fond father of Helen George Ratsinas; grandfather of two; dear brother-in-law of Andrew Mildred John, James Anna, and Arthur Mary Liveris. Resting at Spreyne-Collias Funeral. Home, 2035 E. 79th street. Funeral Friday, 12:30 p. m. Services at St. Con-sfantine, 1 p. m. Interment Evergreen. In lieu of flowers, please make your donations to ttoraes parochial school. 50 8-1610. , t Claborn Margaret M. Claborn nee Hauser, sud denly, or 2223 Noyes street, Evanston beloved wife of James B. Claborn: fond mother of Judith of Evanston, James R. of Oklahoma city, Mrs. John Diane Beltz of Denver, and the late Jeffrey Allen' Claborn; loving daughter of Mrs. Corda Watties of Nokomis, III.; sister of Mrs. Joseph Mildred Pudenz, Mrs. Vem Alene) Grabbe, Richard and Alvln Watties, all of Nokomis. Memorial services Thursday, 8 p. m. at Fitzgerald & Franklin Funeral Home, 1571 Maple av enue, Evanston. In lieu of flowers, con tributions to American Cancer 'VCiety. UN 9-2900. Claborn ' Jeffrey Alten Claborn, Sp-4, U. S. Army, suddenly, of 2223 Noves street, Evanston, beloved son of James B. and the late Margaret Claborn; fond brother of Judith of Evanston, James R. of Oklahoma City, and Mrs. John Diane Beltz of Denver; grandson of Mrs. Corda Watties, of Nokomis, III. Memorial services Thursday, 8 p. m., at . Fitzgerald 8 Franklin Funeral Home, 1571 Maple avenue, Evanston. In lieu of flowers, contributions to American Cancer society. UN 9-2900. Cohn Leonard Cohn of Chicago, at Palm Springs, Cal., beloved husband of Lillian, nee Shapera; loving father of Martin 1 of L A. and Dorothy Robert Porper of Pittsburgh; dear son of the late Louis B. and Dora Cohn; devoted son-in-law of Mrs. Adolph Robin; fond brother of Jacob Cole and the late Nathan L. Cohn. Services Friday, 11 a. m., at Weinstein Bros. Chapel, 1300 W. Devon. Interment Memorial Park. Omit flowers. Visitation at time of service. Past director of Marks Nathan Orphan Home and Jewish Federal of Chicago. Member of Standard Club and Bryn Mawr Country club. RO 1-2400. Cole John J. Cole Sr., age 92, beloved hus- hand of th bkt Stellas. Hoar tiHmr rf ' Helen Pfister, John M. Florence, Val Virginia, and Margaret Mavor; grandfather of 13; great-grandfather of 18. Funeral Friday, ,.9:30 a. m., from Liddy Chapel, 4920-24 Irving Park road, to Our Lady of Victory church. Interment St. Adalbert. Member of Holy Name society St. Stefana ct.. No. 901, C. O. F., Local No. 9, I. B. of E. W. Please omit flowers. Kl 5-6220. Collins Ethel I. ' Collins, nee Crokln, beloved wife of James E.; loving mother of Mariann Hawkins, Joan Arden, James E. Jr., Dr. Daniel, and the late Patricia Jerusis; devoted grandmother of 21; daughter of Emma and the late T. J. Crokin; sister of Marian O'Connor, Harold, the late Helen T. Stuart, and Joseph. Funeral Friday, 9:15 a. m from John V. May Funeral Home, 4553-61 Milwaukee avenue, to Immaculate Conception church, Talcott and Harlem avenue. Mass 10 a. m. Interment All Saints. In lieu of flowers, masses appreciated. Crystal Lake Herald, Woodstock Sentinel and Elgin Courier News please copy. Conrad Joyce Ann Conrad, beloved wife of James; loving mother of Cynthia, Pamela, and Kimberly; dear daughter of Minnie James; fond sister of Mary Burny, Wynell Dean, Talmage, Ronald, and Conrad. Funeral Friday, 9 a. m., from the Columbian Funeral Home, 10300 W. Grand avenue, near Mannheim road. Franklin Park, to St. John Vianny church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Joseph cemetery. 455-1200. Coogan Nora Margaret Coogan, nee Julian, of 2405 S. 58th avenue, Cicero, wife of the late Michael; dear mother of Margaret M. (Elmerl Ramoas. Michael E. Coogan, and Marcel la K. Roman Stevens. Services Friday, 9 . m., at Cermak Home for Funerals, 5844 W. Cermak road, to Our Lady of the Mount church, Cicero, III. Mass 9:30 . m. Interment St. Mary cemetery, Peoria, III. OL 2-0243. Costanzo Antoinette Costanzo, beloved wife of Bruno; dear mother -of Sam, Joseph, Angelo, Sal vat ore, and Angeline Falvo; grandmother of five; great-grandmother of seven. Funeral Friday, 9 a. m , from Kringas & Marzullo Chapel, 5400 W. Harrison street, to Our Lady of Pompeii church. Interment Mount Carmel. Please omit flowers. AU 7-6600. Cronin is, Pfc John Earl Cronin, U. S. M. C, -Si age 20 years, killed In action, Viet Nam, May 14, 1967, loving son of James F and Mary Jane Cronin; dear brother -of Barbara Magis, James D., Nancv, and . Paul; fond grandson of Dennis and Dorothy Cronin and Clara Upp) Harder. At Mee Ramme Funeral Home, 3918 Irving Park road, until noon Friday. Funeral services at Mayfair Luth. church, 4335 Lawrence avenue, at 2 p. m. Interment Eden Memorial Park cemetery. IR 8-0038. Daley Sister Mary Laurlan Daley, O. P., beloved sister of Martin, Anne, and Margaret Curry; devoted aunt of several nieces and nephews, including the Honorable Richard J. Daley. Wake at Visitation Convent, 856 Garfield boulevard, after 4 p. m. Wednesday. Requiem mass Thursday, 10 a. m at Visitation church. Interment Sinslnawa, Wis., on Friday. BO 8-0662. Davia Gordon A. Davia, beloved husband of Elvira, nee Zoppa; loving father of Barbara Donald Cramer and Carol Dr. Joseph Mi trick; fond brother of Louis R. and Alfred Davia; dear grandfather of Elizabeth and Barbara Mitricic Funeral Saturday, May 27, at 10:30 a. m. from Sullivan Funeral Home, 2701 W. 63d street at Washtenaw avenue, to St. Rita church. P. G. K. of St. Rita council. No. 2034, K. C; member of La Salle general assembly; South Side G. K. and P. G. K. club; Alhambra, No. 12; St. Rita H. N. S. and Cadore society. Interment St. Mary's cemetery. PR 6-8300. Deacon Clara M. Deacon, beloved wife of the late Charles W.; three nieces and one nephew. Funeral Friday, May 26, at 9:30 a. m., from the John E. Maloney Company Funeral Home. 1359 W. Devon avenue, to St. Ita church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Joseph cemetery. Auburn, N. Y. President of Altar and Rosary society, and member of Third Order of St. Francis. RO 4-1617. Dean See Lorn S. Peacock notice. DiMaria See Annetta M. Adams notice. Donatelli See Annetta M. Adams notice. Dore Jane Dore, nee Nash, beloved wife of the late John J.; dear mother of Maurice, Lorraine Heinz, Lucille Casey, and the late Genevieve Slaw; grandmother of 11; great-grandmother of three; great-great-grandmother of two; sister of Nan Crel-gan of Ireland. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a. m., from the Ryan Funeral home, 1420 E. 87th street, at Dante, to St. Felici-tas church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Mount Olivet. Member of Hibernian lodge. ES 5-2400. Dougherty Robert G. Dougherty, dearly beloved husband of the late Julia K., nee Gulbrand-sen; fond father of Ethei R. Harry P. Czosek, Howard W. Ruth, and the late Irene Stipafir five grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; brother of Clyde H., Bernard C, and Katharine Avery. Funeral services Saturday, May 27, at 10 a. m., at Meiszner Funeral Home, 5620-24 Irving Park road. Interment Mount Olive cemetery. Info. PE 6-9000. Dusak ' See Lomt S. Peacock notice. Ehrlich Abe Ehrlich of 6142 N. Kimball avenue, beloved husband of Florence, nee Yocho-lis; devoted father of Lois William Kozak of Milwaukee, Wis. and Jack Iris Ehrlich; loving grandfather of seven; fond brother of Dr. Joe C. and Dr. Lee Ehrlich, both of Phoenix, Ariz. Services Thursday, 3 p. nr.. at Plser North Town Memorial Chapel, 6130 N. California. Interment Westlawn. Friends are asked to pay their respects at time of services. Member of Cong. Shaare Tikvah, A. G. Beth Israel Cong., and Chicago School for Retarded Children. Pleas omit flowers. 338-2300. Eisner - Edward J. Eisner, beloved husband of Angela, nee Ryan; fond father of Nancy Marback and Mary McGunn; loving grandfather of six; devoted son of the late Edward and Margaret, nee Redden; dear brother of Margaret Hell and late Ruth McHugh. Funeral Saturday 9 a. m., from Kenney Brothers, 5438 S. Halsted, to Visitation church. Interment St. Mary's. BO 8-0662. England Oscar F. Englund, May 24, beloved husband of Gunhild Olson Englund; loving father of June L., F. Ronald, and Jeri-Ann Mcllvoy; grandfather of three; fond brother of F. Gust and Carl Englund, Resting at Donnellan Funeral Home, 10525 S. Western avenue, after 7 p. m. Thursday. Funeral services Saturday, 11 a. m., at funeral home. Interment Oak Hill. Member of Boulevard lodge. No. 882, A. F. .& A. M.; Gotha lodge. No. 14, I. O. V.; Midnight Sun of F. F. & A., No. 558; U. B. of C. & J., No. 141, and American Legion post. No. 407. Masonic services Friday, 8 p. m. Kindly omit flowers. BE 8-0075. Euiiano See Angeline Cerneglia notice. Fenili Cesare Fenili, May 24, 1967, beloved hus-tuni nf Letizia: dear stepfather of Sara Marcheschi, Nello Puccineili, and George Puccinelli; fond prorner of Anaone, au-gusto, Giovanni, and Tamiro. Funeral Friday. 9:30 a.- m., from Ewald Funeral Home, 2501-OX N. Southport avenue, to St. Bonaventure church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Mount Carmel cemetery. 549- 0098. Filips ' John Flllos. beloved husband of Virginia. nee Zaiac; loving father of Ronald; dear son of John and Lillian Filipowski; son-in-law of John Zaiac; brother of Leonard Corrine, Irene John Santori, and - Emily Douglas Hart; brother-in-law of Irene Otto Vide Evelyn and Leonard Zaiac, and Eleanor Frank Wrobel. Resting at Sendziak Funeral Home, 2654 W. 21st street. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a. m., from chapel, to St. Roman church. Interment Resurrection. Visitation from Thursday 7 p. m. Bi 7-7240., Fischer v . Mac" Fischer, beloved husband of Mary Louis; dear brother of Sam and George. Services Thursday, 10 a. m. at Original Weinstein & Sons Chapel, 3019 W. Peter-son read. Interment Jewish Waldheim. Visitation Wednesday, 7 to 10 p. m. LO 1-1890, . Gavin Mary Gavin, nee Fahey, May 23, 1967, beloved wife of the late Martin J.; dear mother of Helen R. Gavin, Mary E. Ash-croft, and Anthony N. Gavin; grandmother of 10. Funeral Saturday, 9 a. m., from O'Hanley Funeral Home, 2035 E. 79th street, one block east of Jeffery boulevard, to Our Lady of Peace xhurch. Re-quism mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Mount Olivet. SO 8-1610. Gedons Theresa Gedons, formerly of 468 W. 28th place, Chicago, beloved wife of the late Paul; 2 brothers, Joseph Kutscheid and John. Services, Saturday, from the Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 712 W. 31st street, to St. Anthony's church, mass at 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Boniface cemetery. Lying in state, Friday, 2 p. m. 735-4242. Gianneschi Ruggero tJerry Gianneschi, beloved hus-4 band of Anita; dear tamer or i-rtrz Laara, and Elsie Art Rothe; fond brother of Julius Ann, Lena Caesar Seghettl, lola Simoni, Josephine Henry Klein, and Susanne Carlini. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a. m., from the Vance Funeral Home, 1424 S. 50th avenue, Cicero, to St. Anthony church. Interment Mount Carmel cemetery. Please omit flowers. Visitation Thursday, 6 P. m. OL 2-5245. Guerrieri Michael Guerrieri, beloved husband of the late Alvera Guerrieri; loving father : of Gloria Richard Lanas; fond grandfather of Michael; dear brother of Rose Arena. Dominic Aurora, Pat Renal, John Mildred, and Albert Leel. Funeral Saturday, 8:15 a. m., from DeStef-ano Funeral Home, 5515 W. Chicago avenue, to St. Prlscllla church. Interment Mount Carmel cemetery. Past Commander of Christopher Columbus American Legion post. No. 1492. Please omit flowers. Visitation Thursday after 6 p. m. ES 8-6030. Hannig , . Herman A. Hannig, beloved husband of . the late Lucy, nee Heinberg; dear father of Edwin Christine and Leona Anderson; fond grandfather of. Lynn Anderson and Steven and Richard Hannig. Masonic service Wednesday, 8 p. m., under the auspices of United lodge. No. 726, A. F. & A. M. Funeral Thursday, May 25, 3 P. m., at Matz Funeral Home, 3440 N. Central avenue. Interment Acacia Park. Harris Harry A. Harris, late of 2630 W. Birch-wood avenue, beloved husband of Anna-belle; dear father of Jean R. and Dr. Robert E. Jo; grandfather of Susan and Loren; fond brother of Earl, Sadie Sv Esko, Celia Fitter, Gert Morris Her-ron, and the late Louis. Services Thursday, 11 a. m., at Original Weinstein & Sons Chapel, 3019 W. Peterson road. Interment Westlawn cemetery. Chapel visitation at time of services only. Information, LO 1-1890. Harnett See Paulina Solowey notice. Harvey James P. Harvey, 86 years old, of Ml-nooka. III., husband of Frances G. Harvey; 1 nephew, Harlow W. Harvey; niece, Mrs. Oscar Rea. Funeral services Sonn-tag. Burgess & Wylie Funeral Home, 221 Herkimer, Joliet, III., Friday, 1:30 p. m. Interment Seward Mound cemetery, Minooka, III. Hendry George Hendry, Daytona Beach, Fla., May 23, 1967, brother of Isabella Main, Mrs. Jessie Foster, and Charles Hendry. At Lain and Son Chapel, 2121 W. 95th street, where service will be held Friday, May 26, at 2 p. m. Interment Fairmount, Visitation Thursday atter p. m. Heyworth Isabel Heyworth. beloved wife of Rev. John R.; loving mother of Eileen Keehn and the late Helen Marling; fond grandmother of Jules III, John, and Robert Marling and LeRoy Keehn. At Mee & Ramme Funeral Home, 3918 Irving Park road. Funeral notice later. Omit flowers. Ik 8-0038. Hilgart Pfc. Richard P. Hilgart. u. S. Army, 2 at Viet Nam, May 19, 1967, loving husband of Judith Hilgart; beloved son of Henry and Virginia; brother of Henry and Sat. James; grandson of Martha Tessner. At Lain a. Son Chapel, 5501 N. Ashland avenue, where services will be held Friday, May 26, at 9:30 a. m. Interment Rosehill. HiUabidel Winifred M. Hiltabidet, nee Coyne, beloved wife of Alfred W.; dear aunt of Madeline Hand, Richard Coyne, Shirley Boland, Robert W. Plumbe, and Jeanne Etherton; dear sister-in-law of Catherine Plumbe. Funeral Friday, 10:45 a. m., from Glbbons-Robiltard Funeral Home, 134 S. York, Elmhurst, to Immaculate Conception church. Mass 11:15 a. m. In terment local cemetery. Visitation Thurs day, it z-uoia. Hoffman " Edward Louis Hoffman, Decatur, III., formerly of Chicago, May 20, 1967, husband of Nellie; former husband of Ruth, nee Santosky; father of Audrey Rose, Herbert, and Sidney; grandfather of seven; brother of Harry Coleman, Isidore, and Fannie Moss. Interment was Tues day, May 23, at Knights ot Joseph, vvaiuiiviiii iviiivicry, wmiago. Hoffman John F. Hoffman. 5052 N. Neva, loving son of Sophia Hoffman; beloved husband of Elizabeth Hoffman, nee Lammersfeld; loving father of John Hoffman Jr. and Joan Shields; brother of the late Frank and Joseph Hoffman, Rose DI John, and Sophie Ritter. Pleas omit flowers. No wake. Memorial mass II a. m. Saturday, May 27, at st. Monica's church, 5136 N Mont Clare. Hoffman Joseph F. Hoffman, beloved son of Sophia Hoffman; devoted husband of-No- rine. nee Kerme lv; loving father of Wayne and Carol Pokomey; brother of Rose Diiohn, Sophie Kitter, and the late Frank and jonn. Please omit flowers. Lost at sea off Florida coast. Memorial mass 11 a. m. Saturday, May 27, at st. Monica's cnurcn, sua n. moot ware. Horn Nathalie C. Horn of La Grange, beloved daughter of th late Richard A. and Ida Horn; dear sister of Reneta Horn. Resting at Rhenberg Funeral Home, 110 N. La Grange road. La Grange, after 3 p. m. Wednesday. Services Thursday, 2 p. m. interment Glen oak. FL 2-0114. Hornick See Ann M. Morgan notice. Howden Ethel Howden, nee Riley, suddenly, be loved wife of the late Paul; loving mo'ner of Paul of Columbus, Ohio; grandmother of seven. Visitation Wednesday, after 2 p. m., until time of service, Thursday. Interment private. Barr Funeral Home, 6222 N. Broadway, sh 3-4034. Hugel Kathrvn R. Hugel of 6320 N. Lakewood avenue. May 23, 1967, wife of the late Frank C. Huoel; sister of Donald H. Rust; aunt of Arthur, Laurence, and Barbara Jones. At Lain 8, Son Chapel, 5501 N. Ashland avenue, after 6 p. m., Thurs day, where services will be held Friday, May 26, at 11 a. m. Interment Oakhill cemetery, Janesville, Wis. Humphrey Edward Lee Humphrey Sr., devoted husband of Lucille; fond father of Valerie William Pollock, James Arlene, Mary John Chester, Judith Carroll Harper, Steven E., and th late Edward Lee Jr.; grandfather of 11. Funeral Friday, 1:30 p. m., from Becvar Funeral Directors, 5218 S. Kedzie avenue. Interment Oak woods. PR 6-3809. Jakimowicz Antoinette Jakimowicz, beloved wife of the late Callistus; loving mother of Sister Mary Joycine C. S. S. F., Bernice Phil Plecha, Evelyn Henry Rzes-zutko, Kay AI Wysocki, and Mildred Edward Pociask; dear grandmother of nine. Funeral Friday, May 26, 9:15 a. m., from Colonial Funeral Home, 6250 N. Milwaukee, to Sh Hedwig's cnurcn. interment st. Adalbert's. SP 4-0366. Jasienowicz Kazlmir Jasienowicz, husband of'the late Victoria, nee A pi da, Jasienowicz; dear father of Jeannette Wollrab and Irene Pollastrini; fond grandfather of James, Edward, and Frank Wollrab. Funeral Friday at 9 a. m. from Edward C. . Schubert Chapel, 3419 S. Ridgeland avenue, Berwyn, to St. Pius X church. Mass 9:30 a. m. tniomomeni queen ot Heaven. GU 4-5302. Javois Loretta V. Javois of Florida and Elm- - hurst. III., wife of Dr. Alexander J Javois; mother of Dr. A. James Javois, sister of Magdalene McNeill and Roy O'Neill;- grandmother of three. At the Pedersen-Ryberg Mortuary, 435 N. York " street, Elmhurst. Visitation Thursday 4 to 9:30 p. m. Funeral Friday 9:30 a. m, from the mortuary to Immaculate Conception church, where mass will be celebrated at 10 a. m. Graduate of Mercy School of Nursing, class of 1924 and member of Holy Cross Hospital auxiliary. Memorials to Holy cross nospnai win be appreciated, Entombment Queen of Heaven mausoleum, Information TE 4-1133. Johnson Chester C Johnson, beloved husband of the late Irene, nee Seidenbecker; dear brother of Mrs. Juanlta Ogden of North Miami, Fla., and the late Alfred and Koy. services Friday, May 26, u a. m. - at Drake 8 Son Funeral Home. 5303 N Western avenue. Interment Rosehill cem etery. Johnson Martin Johnson, age 71, late of East Hazel Crest, III., suddenly. May 23, 1967, beloved husband of Anna, nee Pavloski; loving father of Martin Richard; fond brother of Mrs. Dora Permalis. Resting at Jerome Zimny Funeral Home, 168th and Qixie highway. Hazel Crest, where services will be held Friday at i p. m. Interment Homewood Memorial Gardens. info. 335-0116. Kay See A He E. Krautstrunk notice. Kelly Charles J. Kelly, native of County Roscommon, Ireland, beloved husband of Catherine,', nee Conroy; loving father of Rev. Charles F. Kelly or sr. bineireoa church, J. Eugene, and tbe late Joseph B.; brother of the late three brothers. Visitation Thursday after 4 p. m. Funeral Saturday, 11 a. m., from Barr Funeral Home. 6222 N. Broadway, to St. Gertrude church. Requiem mass 11:30 a. m. Inter ment All Saints cemetery, sh. 3-4034. Kellv IaIIi, aluA rJt rniinti Wvfnr(f. Ireland, wife of the late Michael; beloved mother of John, Michael retired C. P. D., Bernard, Margaret, the late A ...J rk.:,Kika Thvmac Plln maiT fAiemii ,niuiwirc' t iiw"in adn Katherine; srandmother of 10; 9rear- .ilmHiliu eauan ViCitatlftfl ThllKflAV. after 4 p. m., until funeral Saturday 9:15, from Barr Funeral Home, tin n. oroa it-way, to St. Ita's church. Requiem mass 10 Interment St. Joseph cemetery. PleaJ omit flowers. SH 3-4034. Kemetick Katarin Kemetick, beloved wife of the late Michael; dear mother of Mary Goes-ling of Phoenix,, Ariz., Joseph, Mildred Mazibrook of Los Angeles, Cal., and Walter of Washington, D. C. Funeral Saturday, 10 a. m., from the Ryan Funeral Home, 1420 E. 87th street, at Dante, to St. Basil church. Mass 10:3O a. m. Interment St. Mary's. ES 5-2400. King Sarah T. King, May 21, ag 45, late of 14352 Shepard drive, Dalton, beloved wife of LeRoy; dear mother of Mrs. Diann Ostrowskl, and Scott King; fond sister of Mrs. Katherine Ferrero, Mrs. Rena Klllinger, Mrs. Linda Smadries, and John Panozzo; devoted grandmother of Ronald Ostrowskl. Reposing at Community Mortuary, 144th street and Indiana avenue, Riverdale. Funeral Friday, 9 a. m., from mortuary to Queen of Apostles church, Riverdale. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. 849-5500. King Vem G. King, suddenly, husband of Christiane. Visitation until services Thursday, 12 noon, at Barr Funeral Home, 6222 N. Broadway. Interment Graceland. Private. Klaskin Mary K. Klaskin, wife of th lata George, May 23; beloved mother W George Flora Belle Klaskin; grandmother of George Jr. and Ellen. At Birr en Si Son Funeral Home, 6125 N. Clark street, after 6 p. m. Wednesday. Funeral Friday morning at 9 o'clock. Services In St. Jerome church at 9:30. Interment St. Joseoh's cemetery. Knezevic Dan Knezevic of Berwyn, formerly of Chicago, beloved husband of the late Hattie, nee Beranek; loving father of Helen Krause and the late George; grandfather of Richard Sharon Krause and Nancy; great-grandfather of Danny. Services Friday, 9 a. m., at Paloucek Funeral Home, 3452 Grand boulevard, Brookfield, to Eastern Serbian Orthodox church, 1905 W. Schiller avenue. Chicago. Interment Bohemian National cemetery. Member of Carpenter's local. No. 54. HU 5-6489. Koenig Joseph H. Koenig beloved husband of Margaret, nee Qulnn; fond brother of Julia Rivard, Claude, Katherine Rlvard, Fred, Anne Anderson, Reuben, Gregory, George, Helen Harty, and Charles. Funeral Friday, May 26, at 9:30 a. m from Burkhard Funeral Home, 2157 W. Irving Park road, at Leavltt street, to St. Benedict chapel. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Joseph cemetery. Member of North Center post. No: 356, A. L., and St. Benedict Holy Name society. KE 9-7900. Kolb George L. Kolb, ag 81, May 24, of Deerf eld, husband of the late Helen E, Kolb; father of Jerome Kolb; grandfather of Barbara and Ronald. Resting at Kelley & Spalding Funeral Horn, 1787 Deer- field road. Highland Park, where Masonic services wlH be held at 8 p. m. Thursday, May 25. Interment Milton Junction, .Wis. Korach Stella Korach, 5821 N. Broadway, dear sister of Bertha Korach, Milton Korach of Joliet, and the late Hermine Shumaker; dear sister-in-law of Anna Bethel and Susie Korach of Joliet; fond aunt of Arlene Cooper, Donald and ' Kenneth Korach of Joliet. Services Friday, 2 p. m., at Weinstein Bros. Chapel, 1300 Devon. Interment Chicago Covenant Aid society. waldheim. visitation Tnursday evening, RO 1-2400. Korich Victor Korich, beloved husband of Theresa and the fate Mary; loving father of Ann Sigmund Cybulskl; fond grand- tamer ot James ana Mary. Funeral Friday, 10:30 a. m., from Clesla Funeral Home, 2159 W. Cullerton street, to St. Ann church. Interment Resurrec tion. 847-6755. Krautstrunk Alice E. Krautstrunk, nee Fink, beloved wife of Rudy A.; dear mother of Robert F. Connie - fond grandmother of Steven, Karen, and Kristine; sister of Edna Wadde and Evelyn Frahm. Serv ices Friday, 1 p. m., at Goglin Funeral Home, 5935 w. Belmont avenue, interment Memorial Park. BE 7-4404. Kulick Thomas Kulick, loving husband of the late Nellie, nee Brennan; stepfather of James P. Simpson. Funeral Saturday, May 27, af 9:15 a. m., from Ahem Funeral Home, 1110 W. Madison street. Oak Park, to St. Mel church. Requiem mass 10 a. m. Interment Mount Carmel. tU 3-100 Or Kb 3-2374. Laarveld See Donald Sawatzkl notic. LaBianca See Ann M. Morgan notic. Labich Fred O. Labich of 8636 N. Keeler avenue. Skokie, beloved husband of Margaret Labich; fond brother of Flora, William of Los Angeles, Charles of Stevens Point, Wis., George, Albert, and the late Henry , Labich. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a. m., from Fitzgerald 4V Franklin Funeral Home, 1571 Maple avenue, Evanston, to St. Joan of Arc church, Skokie. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Joseph cemetery. River Grove. UN 9-2900. Lacni Steve Lacni, beloved husband of Anna; dear father of Joseph Sharon, Steve Mary; grandfather of three. Funeral services Saturday, May 27, 9 a. m from Kubina-Tybor Chapel, 1938 W. 47th street, to St. Michael's church. Interment Our Lady of Sorrows cemetery. LA 3-2191. Laffey John Laffey, beloved husband of the late Lillian; fond uncle of Thomas Burns, Alice Thomas Perry, Edward Johnson, William Cooks ley, and Marion Sprinkle. Funeral Thursday, 1:30 p. m., at McPhee Funeral Home, 7133 S. Western avenue. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens South. PR 6-0777. Lane A rne Lane, beloved husband of Ruth; loving father of Susan; dear son of Martha and the late Charles; fond brother of June Konrad. Services Friday, 1:30 p. m., at Klemundt Funeral Home, 3315 W. Irving Park road. Interment Elmwood. Kindly omit flowers. Contributions to Cancer fund appreciated. IR 8-1212. Lee rs Pfc. Stephen Michael Lee, USMC, dear son of Vivian and Mack; grand- son of Ann Cunningham. Funeral Friday, May 26, at 9:30 a. m., from Jos. Magi not & Son Funeral Home, 1732 Wilson avenue, at Hermitage, to Our Lady of Lourdes church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St., Adalbert's. LO 1-0149. Lerner Andrew W. Lerner Sr., beloved husband of the late Rosalia; loving father of Elizabeth Roy Goerres, Carolina John Buckley, Josephine Charles Walsh, Dolores Clayton Tlppett, Andrew W. Jr. Lucille, Frances Thomas Roe, Robert W. Dorothy, and Thomas R. (Mary; grandfather of 29; great-grandfather of 13; brother of Martha Baiter, John, and Joseph Lerner. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a. m., from Walsh-Lloyd-Obartuch Funeral Home, 9900 S. Throop, to Sacred Heart church, 11652 Church street. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Mary's. BE 8-2321. . Lewis Mr. Vern L. Lewis, May 24, husband of Neva; brother of Harry Lewis of California and Robert Lewis, also the late Fred and Helen Lewis. Member of South Shore Presbyterian church. Resting at the Tews Funeral Home, 79th street and Philips avenue, atter 2 p. m. Thursday. Services 2:30 P. m. Friday. Interment Saturday, Merom cemetery, Merom, Ind. SO 8-6959. Lindborg Nels Lindborg, May 24, 1967, beloved husband ot Hilma; loving brother of Arma Friberg of Sweden. Funeral Saturday, 2:30 p. m., at Nelson Funeral Chapel, 5149-51 N. Ashland avenue, at Foster, to Graceland. Member of Svi-thiod lodge. No. 1, I. O. S. Visitation Friday after 1 p. m. LO 1-5147. Linnert Joseph F. Linnert Sr., beloved husband of Mabel; father of Roland Katherine, Donald Phyllis, Joseph Janet, Gerald Carolyn, Carol and Nancy; seven grandchildren; brother of George Mary, Frances James Fiala, and Anna Robert Kowalski. Services Saturday, May 27, 1 p. m., at John T. Chrastka Memorial Chapels, 3440 W. 2th street. Interment Bohemian National. 762-1212 or OL 2-102X Lutzak Max F. Lutzak, May 22, husband of Hattie Winkelman Lutzak; father of Mrs. Joe Violet Rodriegues, Edward, and Lawrence Winkelman; two grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; brother of Mrs. Louise Bogue of California. Fifty-year member of Auburn Park lodge. No. 789, past commander and Q. M. of Bagley Camp No. 41, U. S. W. V. A. Resting at the Tews Funeral Home, 79th street and Phillips avenue, after 12 noon Wednesday. Services 3 p. m. Thursday. Interment Oak Woods cemetery. Masonic services 8 p. m. Wednesday. SO 8-6959. Malcic " - Johanna Jennlel Malcic, May 24, late of 9905 S. Exchange avenue, beloved wife of the late Anton; fond mother of August Mary, Richard, Mrs. Mary William Perklch, Mrs. Julie Ray Hansen, Mrs. Ann Wallace Nelson, and Mrs. Olga Robert Kelly; 11 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; dear sister of Mrs. Antoinette Banc of- Joliet, III. Funeral Saturday, at 9 a. m., from Kompara Funeral Home, 9858 S. Commercial avenue, to Sacred Heart church. Requiem high-mass at 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery. SO 8-8800. Malicki r Joseph Malicki, late of Flossmoor, III., beloved husband of the late Victoria, ne Pudlo; dearest father of Thaddeus Trudy; fond grandfather of James and William. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a. m., from Szykowny Funeral Home, 4901-07 S. Archer avenue, to St. Bruno church. Interment Resurrection. 735-7521. Manning Edgar J. Manning, beloved husband of Catherine H., nee Hughes; loving father of Mrs. Maudette William J. Wood and the late Georeene Joslin; dear grandfather of seven. Member of American Institute of Architects, Chicago Yacht club, and Harvard club. Remains resting at Drake & Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western avenue, until 10 p. m. Thursday. Services Friday, May 26, I p. m., at the Ravenswood Presbyterian church. Hermitage and Cullom. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Ivy Cancer Research Foundation would be appreciated. Interment Acacia Park cemetery. 561-6874. Mannino Michael Mannino Sr., suddenly. May 22, beloved husband of Phyllis A., nee Dubinskl; dear father of Christine M. and the late Michael Jr.; fond brother ot Joseph, Sara Barcelona, Josephine Scardlno, and Dora James; son-in-law of Michael J. Dubinskl. Member of Telephone Pioneers of America. Former president and present vice president of C. W. A., local 5095. Funeral Saturday, May 27, 9:45 a. m., from Matz Funeral Home, 3440 N. Central avenue, to St. Pascal church. Mass 10:30 a. m. Inter ment St. Joseph. Mannino , Michael D. Mannino Jr., suddenly. May 22, dear son of Phyllis A., nee Dubinskl, and the late Michael Sr.; dear brother of Christine M.; fond grandson of Michael J. Dubinskl. Student at Christian Brothers college In Memphis, Tenn. Funeral Saturday, May 27, 9:45 a. m., from Mate Funeral Home, 3440 N. Central avenue, to St. Pascal church. Mass 10:30 a. m. Interment St. Joseph. Margraf Minnie E. Litchfield Margraf, age 91, mother of George and Herbert Litchfield, Mrs. Gladys Parsons, and Mrs. Lillian Bregger. Services 1:30 p. m. Friday, et Marsh Funeral Home, 1521 Washington street, Waukegan, III. Marino See Angelina Cerneglia notice. Massarella Nicola Massarella, beloved husband of Antoinette, nee lacerlno; loving father of Frances Mario Coccia, Benedetto J. Shirley Massarella; grandfather of eight grandchildren. Funeral Friday, May 26, 1967, at 8:45 a. m., from Berwyn - Funeral Home, 2921 S. Harlem avenue, Berwyn, to St. Odiio's church, for solemn requiem high mass at 9:30 a. m. Interment Queen of Heaven. GU 4-4111 or Bi 2-2966. McCarrell Bertha L. McCarrell, wife of th Rv. Samuel J.; mother of Ethei Carothers; two grandchildren; sister of Agnes and Harry Michel, and Mary M. Zeller. Visitation after 3 p. m. Thursday at Drechs ler-Brown Funeral Home, 203 S. Marion street (Wisconsin avenue. Oak Park, where services will be held Friday 1 p. m. Interment oakridse. 383-3191. McCarthy Carol McCarthy, nee Briggs, age 42, suddenly, en May 23, daughter of th late Harry D. Briggs, Pres. of Briggs Outdoor Advertising Co. and Dorothy Beil Briggs, Authoress; Alumnae of Chi. caso Latin school; mother of John Michael McCarthy; - wife of John Murray McCarthy; sister of Dorlss Briggs; daughter-in-law of Dorothy Crawley Klpp of Holly Hill, Fla. Resting at Chapel of Adinamls Funeral Directors, 4700 N. Western avenue, until time of funeral, Friday, 1 p. m. Services at St. Chry. sostoms church, 1424 N. Dearborn parkway, at 2 p. m. Interment Memorial Park cemetery, Skokie, III. i McDonald Bernard J. McDonald, beloved husband of Agnes, nee Nelson; fond father of Florence Black and Robert; dear grandfather of Robert and Bonnie Black, Todd and Maureen McDonald; brother of tverett. services Friday, May 26, 10:15 a. m., from Olson Funeral Home, 6467-77 N. Northwest highway, to St. Stephen's church, 1267 Everett, Des Plaines, III. Mass 11 t. m. interment All Saints. SP 4-3333. McKaig 1 William B. McKalg of Arlington Heights, beloved husband of the let Theresa, nee Brockmeyer; dear father of Emmett and Clarence Buddy; two grandchildren; . four great-grandchildren; fond brother of Irene Townsend. Funeral Saturday, 10 a.- m., from Leuterburg & Oehler Funeral Home, 2000 E. Northwest highway, Arlington Heights, to St. James church. Mass 10:30 a. m. Interment St. Mary's cemetery, Buffalo Grove. 253-5423. Mendelson Fanny Mendelson, nee Marver, formerly of 4815 N. Christiana avenue, beloved wife of the late Isadore; dear mother of Bernard Alyce; Mack Mona of Los Angeles, ' and Louis Tillie; loving grandmother of three grandchildren and one great-grandchild; fond sister of the lat Mamie Zemon, Toby Brozowsky, and Eva Mendelson. Services Friday, 2 P. m., at Piser Memorial Chapel, 5206 Broadway. Interment Rosehill. Friends may pay respects at the chapel Thursday cvaning.' LO 1-4740. Michalec Stanley C. Michalec Sr., C. P. D., W. W. II veteran, beloved husband of Bernice, nee Zak; dear father of Stanley Jr. and Joseph; loving son of the late Joseph and Anna; fond son-in-law of Angeline and the lat Ignatius Zak. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a. m., from Fortuna Funeral Home, 4401 s. Kedzie avenue, to Five Holy Martyrs church. Interment Resurrection cemetery. Member of Chicago Police post. No. 207, A. L and St. Jud league. LA 3-7781. Middleton Anna C. Middleton, nee Mossman, beloved wife of the lat Walter J. Middleton; loving mother of Donald J. and Harold J. Middleton; dear grandmother of six; fond sister of Elizabeth Blameuser, Rose Dowle, Florence Werner and Raymond Mossman. Funeral Fri. day, 9:30 a. m., from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 4727 W. 103rd street. Oak Lawn, to St. Gerald's church. Interment family lot. For transportation Information call 636-1193 or 735-4242.. Miller Rev. Michael M. Miller, O. S. M., dear brother of Mae Clickinl and Louis Minora of California. Visitation at A hern Funeral Home, 1110 Madison, Oak Park, Thursday, May 25, until 6:00 p. m. Lying In state 'at the Basilica of Our Lady of Sorrows from 6:30 to 10:00 P. m. Requiem mass Friday, May 26, 10:00 a. m. Interment Queen ot Heaven. KE 3-2394 or EU 3-5700. Mirabella Mary C. Mirabella, nee Manuella, suddenly, loving mother of Florence, Frances. Frank rEmily, Elizabeth JohnJ Sotis, and the late Barth; grandmother of seven; fond sister of Philip Congino. Funeral Friday; 8:30 a. m., from Michael Coletta Sons Funeral Home, 3240 W. 79th street, to St. Nicholas of Tolentine church. Reouiem mass 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Mary's. 436-1861. Molentin Gustav A. Molentin, age 83, beloved bus-band of Clara E. Molentin, nee Wedde; fond father of George H. and Warren G. Molentin; grandfather of three; dear brother of Tillie Nessel. Services at Barron-Hall Funeral Home, 4332 Elston avenue, corner of Pulaski road, Friday, May 27, 1 p. m. Interment Town of Main cemetery. Member of Telephone Pioneers of America, Hawthorne division. No. 1545. KE 9-6100. Mollway Alfred J. Mollway of Villa Park, III., beloved husband of Dolores, nee Schell; dear father of Alfred J. Jr., Paul, Daniel Mollway, and Diane Felish; dear son of Ernestine Mollway; brother of George, Willard, and Marion Delsing. At th Pedersen-Ryberg Mortuary, 435 N. York street, Elmhurst, III. Visitation Thursday 2 to 9:30 p. m. Funeral Friday 12 noon. Interment Queen of Heaven. Memorials to the Heart Fund appreciated, information TE 4-1133. Continued on following page Th Thoughtful Person Sends CONSULT THESE FLORI WEST JOHN W. WEILAND FLORIST 5315 W. Madison AU 7-0136 CENTRAL K AND K FLOWERS Field Bid. 135 S. La Salle-st. RA 6-3357 NORTH JOHN PLODZIEN Florist Greenhouse 1836 W. Peterson SH 3-2230 FLORISTS for Directory information Phone Vrf. Horn, 222-4498 REMEMBER THOSE YOU LOVE ON MEMORIAL DAY! 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