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U- Sections CHICAGO 111 ! NE, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1970 DOS PASSOS, 'U.S.A.' TRILOGY i AUTHOR, DIES lost Leftist Illusions in : Spanish Civil War BALTIMORE, Sept. 28 Iff) John Dos Passos, 74, author of the trilogy "U. S. A." and more than 30 other books, died today at his apartment. He had been troubled by a heart condition for several years, according to a friend, and had been released Saturday from Good Samaritan Hospital. He and his wie, Elizabeth, had divided their time for several years between the Baltimore apartment and a home in Westmoreland, Va. "U. S. A." was written in a highly original style and formed a literary documentary of the early decades of this century. In the work, Dos Passos took the side of labor struggles and liberal goals. Supporter of Goldwater As he grew older, bis views changed. "Midcentury," a novel published in 1961, portrayed labor leaders and liberals in a less favorable light. By 1964, OBITUARIES Mrs. Ida Freedman Mrs. Ida Freedman, 73, of 7061 N. Kediie Av., died 'yesterday in Weiss Memorial Hospital. She was the widow of j Samuel L. Freedman, a Cook County assistant state's attorney from 1936 to 1949. Mrs. Freedman was past president of the Albany Park Chapter of the American Jewish Congress. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Bette Warren; two sons, Albert M. and Gilbert; two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Bunes and Mrs. Tillie Temkin; two brothers, Henry and Philip Schelly; eight grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Services will be held at 10 a. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 6130 N. Califor nia Av. FINDS EWMWivo Chicago DEATH NOTICES John M. Cullnan Mass for John M. Cullnan, 74, a retired Chicago police captain,, will be said at 11 a. m. tomorrow in St. Irenaeus Catholic Church, 175 Indian- wood Blvd., Park Forest. Capt. Cullnan died Sunday in his home at 36 McCarthy Rd., Park Forest. He retired in 1958 after serving with the police department for 35 years. At the time of his retirement, he worked in the human relations section. He survived by his widow, Laura; a son, John M. Jr., a Chicago police sergeant; two daughters, Mrs. Betty Parker and Kathleen; 13 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. v i l:':)rn Mrs. Harold Mclntyre Services for Mrs. Esther Mclntyre, 68, of San Bernadino, Cal., formerly of Chicago, will be held at 10 a. m. Thursday in the Holy Sepulchre Cemetery 6001 W. 111th St., Worth. M-s. Mclntyre died Thursday in her home. She was secretary at the Chicago Car Interchange Bureau for 38 years before retiring in 1962. Her husband, Harold, is a retired foreman for the General American Trans portation Co. Mrs. Mclntyre is also survived by three brothers. John Dos Passos Dos Passos was endorsing Barry Goldwater's Republican candidacy for President. Born in Chicago, Dos Passos was graduated from Harvard College in 1916 and in 1919 pub lished his first book, "One Man's Initiation," reprinted in 1946 under the title "First En- . counter." He first gained wide attention ;in 1921 with his antiwar novel, "Three Soldiers." During the 1920s Dos Passos produced three other novels J: "Streets of Night," "Manhattan Transfer," and "Orient Ex press," as well as volumes of essays and verse and two plays, "Airways Inc." and "The Gar- - bage Man." . In the early '30s, he turned out three novels "The 42d Par allel," "Nineteen Nineteen," and "The Big Money," which were to be combined into the monumental trilogy, "U. S. A.," his most famous work. Other works included "Adven- tures of a Young Man," "Num. ; ber One," "State of the Nation," "The Grand Design," "Chosen Country," and "Most Likely to , Succeed." V Disillusioned by Reds His most recently published . work was "The Portugal Story' in 1969. . Dos Passos' move toward .conservatism began more than .- 20 years ago. -v In 1948, he told a press con- ference in Uruguay, "My past vsocailist enthusiasm has - cooled." He said he once thought Russian communism t was the hope of the future, but .' Was disillusioned by "Commu Cnist domination and infiltra- Cation" during the Spanish civil war. v , v. In 1951 he said: "A young ; man today doesn't have the op- portunities that a young man . had in my day. . . . Now a man has to get into some kind of v., organization . . . governmental, : labor, something." Dos Passos said he was still in favor of human liberties, but "the people who used to be in favor of them with me, two or , three decades ago, now are in favor of restrictions on them." TOOK 9 TIMES NORMAL PILLS BY JOSEPH CERUTTI Cbicate Tribune Pran Strvicel LONDON, Sept. 28-Guitarist Jimi Hendrix, 27, died after swallowing nine times the normal dose of barbiturate tablets, Westminster Coroner's Court was told today. Prof. Donald Teare said the pop star died of suffocation due to barbiturate intoxication. Teare said there was no evidence that Hendrix was a drug addict. The professor is a pathologist who carried out the post mortem examination. The Westminster coroner, Dr. Gavin Thurston, recorded an open verdict at the inquest. He said there were no signs Hendrix intended suicide. "The question why he took so many sleeping tablets cannot be safely answered," the coroner said. Girl Friend Testifies Hendrix's girl friend, Monika Danneman, 23, a former ice-skating champion from Dussel-dorf, Germany, wept as she spoke of his last hours at her London apartment 10 days ago. She wore a black maxi dress. Miss Danneman, a slender blonde, said she had known Hendrix since January last year. Cyril J. McNamee Mass for Cyril J. McNamee, 52, of 1216 N. Parkside Av., on disability leave since January after six years as a machinist for The Tribune, will be held at 10 a. m. tomorrow in St Angela Catholic Church, 5758 Potomac Av. Mr. McNamee, former commander of the Commodore Barry Post, Amer ican Legion, died Saturday in St.. Anne's Hospital. Surviving are his widow, Catherine; three daughters, Mrs. Kathleen Greaney, Mrs. Eileen Nawara, and N 0 r e e n ; his mother, Martha; two grandchildren; a sister; and a brother. GlsKilled in Viet Nam Pfc. Edward J. Lakwa, 21, of 1512 Superior St., and Pfc. William J. Frossard, 20, of 3854 W. 61st PI., were killen last Thursday while on patrjl in South Viet Nam, the Tw-fense Department announced yesterday. Lakwa, a naturalized citizen born in East Germany, was killed by a land mine which ( V 1 :. IT - s ; -i Edward Lakwa exploded under the military vehicle he was driving. He had been in Viet Nam for seven months. Names of Survivors Survivors are his mother, Jean; his father, John, and a They went out for the day on sister, Christine, 10. Mrs. Dora Marcus Services for Mrs. Dora Mar cus, 81, of 1540 W. North Shore Av., will be held at 2 p. m. today in the chapel at 1300 W. Devon Av. Mrs. Marcus, who died Sunday, was the widow of Mark, a manufacturer of men's clothing, who died in 1951. She was an honorary board mem ber and chairman of the women's division of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Frances Rudnick and Mrs. Bernice Chalem; a son, Phillip; 9 grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. David M. Saltiel David M. Saltiel, 76, of 3033 N. Sheridan Rd., a certified public accountant with offices at 323 S. Franklin St., died yes terday in St. Joseph's Hospital. He was in the accounting busi ness for more than 50 years. Services will be held at 10 a. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 5206 N. Broadway. Survivors are his widow, Helen; a daughter, Mrs. Miriam Posner; a son, Robert; two brothers; and four grandchildren. Harry Lyons Services for Harry Lyons, 69, a retired Chicago police sergeant, will be held at 11 a. m, Thursday in the United Methodist Church, Prairie Du Chien Wis. Sgt. Lyons, who died Sunday, retired in 1961 after serv ing with the police department for 33 years. He is survived by his widow, Marion; a sister Mrs. Lela Clement;' and s brother, Donald, who is chief of police in Prairie Du Chien Sept. 17, and returned at 8:30 p. m. "I cooked a meal and we drank a bottle of white wine," she said. "He told me he had to go to some people's apartment. . . . I dropped him off there and picked him up just after 3 a.m. Smoked Marijuana "He said he took some canabis marijuana at that apartment. When we got home I made him a fish sandwich and I took a sleeping tablet." Miss Danneman said she awoke about 10:30 a. m., Sept. 18. Hendrix was sleeping. He appeared normal so she left the apartment to buy cigarets. When she returned he was still asleep but had vomited. He was breathing but she could not wake him. She found a package of her sleeping tablets with nine missing and assumed Hendrix took them shile she slept. After telephoning a friend for advice, she called an ambulance. Miss Danneman said Hendrix told her he had experimented with hard drugs. He sometimes took sleeping pills, she said Hendrix s tour manager, Jeremy Stickells, said the pop star occasionally used ampheta mines. He said Henarix naa been healthy for the last two years apart from one occasion in Denmark when he was excessively tired. Stickells said he never heard Hendrix wish he were dead. DEATH OF G.O.P. CANDIDATE IS RULED SUICIDE ST. LOUIS, Sept. 28 (DPB John Peters, 49, Republican candidate for Missouri's 2d District congressional seat, shot himself to death, the St. Louis County medical examiner ruled today. Peters' body was found last night in the basement of his campaign headquarters. H e had been shot in the left side of the chest. A 16-gauge shotgun was found beside the body. Peters was pronounced dead at St. Louis County Hospital. "We have officially ruled it a suicide," said Dr. George E. Gantner, chief medical examiner, after the examination was completed. "It was a single shot with a contact wound. He Peters had powder burns on his hand." Frossard was a machine gunner when he was killed while on patrol. He enlisted in the Army while attending Bogan City College at nights arid working Bat-rmann Pjrofny I. Bsecmann of Arfdisoft. bek-ved wt of Wdii; tncnr of Richaid l6dro.ua and Lee; sisrer of trwm ILuciiiel Pipe, Howard lEIsiel Pae 4'id Florence ISeuiliard"! Grunwaut. Services Wciieiidy, I . JO p. rtv, at Richert 6. Me.er Funeral Hone. 30 W. I aVe St., Aaoison. Interment fcim Lawn Cemetery, Violation attar 3 P. m. Tuesday. 543 9541. Uagdoian Alma Bsgaoian, beloved wilt of the lata Oscar; dear mother of Rose IRoccol La Rotcu and Heart James Hachiva; grandmother of Thomas Halvoisen, .Rose-nary La Rocco, Michael Wilson and Donna Hachiya; greai-granamotrwr of four. Funeral Thursday, Oct. 1. 10:30 a. m., from Matz Funeial Home, 3440 N. Central Av., to St. Gregory the Illuminator Armenian Church, oUO W. Diversey Av. Service II a. m. Interment Mount Olive. Visitation after i p. m. Tuesday. Ptease omit flowers. Baker Elizabeth M. Baker of 402 N. Central Park Av., Chicano, Sept. 27, 1970, wife of the late Jonn V. Baker; mother of Jack F. baker of Glenview; grandmother of Pamela Ruth and John Edward Baker; ftve brothers and four sisters. Friends may call at Hebblethwaire Chapel, 1567 Maple Av., Evanston, wnere service will be held 10:30 a. m. Wednesday. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery. ' Barsema Clara Barsema of Maywood, beloved wife of the late Ralph; mother of Anne Bassett, Grace Schulti, Alberta Mac Clenaohan, Clarence, Lambert, Harold, Donald, the late Joan Chase, Ralph and Arthur Barsema; 23 ' prandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren. Member of Hillside Legion Auniliary end Gold Star Mothers. Visitation In Senne Funeral Home, Lake Street at 2d Avenue, Maywood, Tuesday after 3 p. m. Services Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1970, at 1:30 p. m. Interment Oakridge Cemetery. 340-0014. t Boyden - Angela Johnston Boyden at Lake Forest Hospital, Sept. 35, survived by her husband, Willard Newhall Boyden of Lake Forest; a daughter, Mrs. Herbert V. Prochnow Jr. of Lake Bluff; two sons, Johnston Newhall Boyden of Canton, Ohio, and Thomas Newhalt Bovden of Chicago; and four grandchildren. Memorial services will be held at the First Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest at 4 P. m. on Tuesday, Sept. 29. Please omit flowers. Memorials may be made to Bryn Mawr College, Brvn Mawr, Pa., or to Lake Forest Hospital. Interment private. 234-0022. Breitzmann Clara Breltjmenn, nee Drees, beloved wife of the late William; fond mother of VaLeare Edl Schlueler; grandmother of Bettie and Robert. Services Wednes day, 1 p. m. at Krauspe Chapel, 3905-07 N. Lincoln Av. Interment private. In lieu of (lowers, contributions to Ascension Lutheran Church will be appreciated. Brialta See Frank A. Rosinia notice. Butrum See Elmer R. Miller notice. Campagna Genevieve Ann Campagna, nee Abbott, beloved wife of Sam A. Campagna; dear mother of Jeanne Lenore Knapp; grandmother of Mark Gregory Knapp. Funeral service Wednesday, Sept. 30, 11 a. m. Interment Arlington. Visitation at Smith Funeral Home, 245 Madison St., Oak Park, after 4 p. m. Monday. Carmichael Clarence M. Carmichael, Sept. 17, beloved husband of Susan, nee Podmaierskt; dear father of Mariorie Kurowski; fond brother of LeRoy, Walter, Herbert, Delbert, Gladys Walker and Ruby Budiinski; grandfather of Kim and Tarn Kurowski. Funeral Thursday, Oct. 1, at 1 p. m., from Schmidt Funeral Home, 2056-58 Belmont Av., to Concordia Cemetery. Retired employe of Automatic Electric Co. of Northlake, III. Visitation after 6 p. m. Tuesday. William Frossard as an inspector for Sears Roebuck & Co. He was graduated from St. Rita High school in June, 1968. Fund for Hospital Because of Frossard's interest in children suffering muscular dystrophy, the family plans to establish a fund in his name to aid children at the Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children, 2211 N. Oak Park Av., his mother, Eleanor, said. Survivors also include his father, William G.; four sisters, Mrs. Mary Ann Hanuska, Judy, Margaret, and Maureen; and two brothers, John M. and Glenn. Funeral Directors C. H. JORDAN & CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 221 East Erie Superior 7-7709 115 YEARS JOHN CARROLL SONS HOME FOR FUNERALS" WHitthall 4-4040 25 E. Erie L I Deaths Elsewhere Charles F. Urschcl, in his 80s, a former Oklahoma oilman and philanthropist, who was kip-naped in 1933 by the George Machine Gun Kelly gang and held until his wife paid a $200,-000 ransom ; in San Antonio. Estelle Licbling, 90, a music teacher in New York City for more than 50 years who coached many Metropolitan Opera stars; in New York City. Alexander Romanovir Tom-skij, 67, assistant scene designer of the Bolshoi Ballet Company; of a heart attack, in Milan, Italy. Charles M. llackctt, 61, president and editor in chief of the Wilmington, Del., News and the Journal; in Wilmington. Ezra Charles Mllhous, 83, an uncle of President Nixon and a retired rancher: in Nevada City, Cal. Cemeteries POLICE GROUP'S LAWYER SEIZED IN WAUKEGAN Arthur Loevy, attorney for the Cook County Police Association, was arrested last night for breaking a glass door in Waukegan City Hall when he was refused admittance to a Waukegan City Council meeting. Police said Loevy was refused admittance because all available seats were taken. Loevy began rapping on the glass entrance door to the building, and it broke, police said. Loevy was locked up for two hours, and city officials refused his offer to pay for the door. He was charged with disorderly conduct,, and a spokesman for the Lake County state's attorney's office said he may be charged, today with criminal damage to property. The City Council held a regular business meeting, attended by many of the striking policemen and their wives. CEMETERY and MAUSOLEUM CREMATORIUM COLUMBARIUM PERPETUAL CHARTER FOR MEMBERS OF ALL FAITHS ff00 CROSS POINT ROAD SKOKIE, ILLINOIS 583-5OI0-5O8I 64-50al-502 Open Sundays 344-0770 Announcements CONTRIBUTE TO CANCER RESEARCH Make a memorial qift bequest to THE CANCER RESEARCH FOUNDATION, 9 E. Jackson-blvd. HA 7-8855 TAX DEDUCTIBLE DEATH NOTICES Aardema John Aardema, beloved husband of Minnie, nee Catts; dear father of Clare Smilde, Neil, Albert, David, Jule Vender Meulen, Jeannette Praeger, Peter, Raymond, Marvin Bob; grandfather of 26; great-grandfather of 18; fond brother of Jeanette, Nelle, Corinne Wood, Peter, Martin and Al; also four stepsisters. Resting et Beukema Funeral Home, 10456 S. Western Avenue, where services will be held Thursday, 1 p. m. Interment Fair-mount. Memorials to Resthaven Christian Convalescent Home will be appreciated. BE 8-2144. Visitation after 7 p. m. YOU ARE INVITED To visit our beautiful non-sectarian cemetery containing Garden Mausoleum crypls and niches that cost no more than fine earthen Interment Call today for brochure MOUNT OLIVE CEMETERY 3800 N. Narragansett-ev. AV 6-3770 4 GRAVES Cedar Park, Cherry sect., nun sectarian. Will separate. 2 for $600, -JL,0LUOOJ 799-7874 RIDGEWOOD CEM. Sec 14, choice 3 graves on high ground. 8400. J49-2693 FOR SALE a-grave lots. Will sol it. In Arlington Htl. $650. 456-4789 IRVING PARK 4 graves, choice section, 8198 ee. 685-8632 eft, i p. m. 4 GRAVE LOT. VERBENA SECTION? Acacia Park. $800-olfer. 358-3037 MEMORY GARD-ARLINGTON ItT. 4 O R AVE S MARKER 81, 000463-7588 3 GRAVES In Elmwood Cemetery. 8100 ea. 477-8408 alter 4 p. m. In Memorial Duckett Rose Laughran Duckett, Sept. n, 1964. In memory of our beautiful mother whom wi loved so dearly and mill so much. MARY AND ROSE DUCKETT Sarelli Josep Sarelli, Sept. It, 1969. Happy birthday; miss you very mur. SISTER, ROSE OSSEY Abrams Anna Abrams, nee Kerman, 90 years old, of 6328 N. Bell, beloved wife of the iate Samuel; loving mother of Frank P. Abrams of Beverly Hills, Cal., A. Alvin I Alice! Abrams, Dr. Irving Arllnel Abrams, Dr. Herbert K. (Sophia) Abrams of Tucson, Ariz., the late Florence Epstein and Harold Hall Abrams; devoted mother In law of Rose Abrams; nine grandchildren; fond sister of Charles Kerman of New York, the late Millie Horberg, Sam, Joseph, Harry and Abe Kerman. Services Tuesday, It a. m., at Weinsteln Bros. Chapel, 1300 Devon. Interment Westlawn. Honorary chairman of Louise Waterman Wise Chapter American Jewish Congress. Member of West Suburban Hadassah. Past member of Anshe Sholom Sisterhood. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Louise Waterman Wise American Jewish Congress. Visitation at time of service. RO 1-2400. Anderson Clyde V. Anderson, aqe 79, al Kansas, III., Sept. 28, 1970, employe of Western Electric for 34 years retiring In 1956, husband of Ida; father of Mrs. Jeanette James E.l Duffy; brother of Ethel Martin; four grandchildren; one great-grandson. At Sutton K Sons Funeral Home, Kansas, III. Funeral Thursday. Anderson Ellen Anderson, nee Hart, beloved wife of the late Reginald Anderson; stepmother of Joan Dr. William Thomure; grandmother of three; dear sister of the late John Hart. Services at Barron-Hall Funeral Home, 4332 N. Elslon Av., corner Pulaski Rd., Wednesday, Sept. 30, 11 a. m. Interment Acacia Park Cemetery. KE 9-6100. f. Babcock Floyd DeWItt Babcock, O. D., Sept. 28, late of South Shore, husband of Argle; father of Patricia William C.l Warren of Aurora; grandfather of four; brother of Blanche Wldmover of Ohio and Loralne Wagner of Evanston, also the late Inei Farwell and Myra Ue-Lassus. Life member of Damascus Lodge, No. 8KB, A. F. A. Mj Englrwood Commanded, No. 59, K. T.t Medlnah Temple, A. A O N M S , South Side Shrine Club, the Inler-Professional Council of Illinois. Lite member and past president of Illinois Optomettlc Assn. Masonic services 8 p. m. Wednesday, at Tews Funeral Home, 79th Street end Phillips Avenue. Visitation alter t p. m. Wednesday. Interment private. In lieu of (towers, memorials may be sent to the nil-nols Masonic Home, Sullivan, III., Wood-lawn Hospital or Illinois College 0 Optometry. SO 8-6959. Carmignani Massimo Carmignani, beloved husband of the late Assunta; fond father of Nello Mamie and Aladino Rose Carmignani; dear brother of Antonio Carmignani; grandfather of Kenneth and Joan Lenzl; great-grandfather of five. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. m., from (he Anzilorti-Baci-galupo Funeral Home, 2433 S. Oakley Av., to St. Michael Italian Church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Entombment Queen of Heaven. Kindly omit flowers. 847-6868. Carter See Domlnick J. Catena notice. Catena Dominick J. Catena, beloved husband of Jennie, nee Schwingelt devoted father ol James Rose Carter; dear brother of Herman, Anthony, Catherine Altier and Rose Raymond; fond grandfather of two; great-grandfather of three. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m., from Rosario D. Salerno's Sons Funeral Home, 6300 W. North Av., to St. Mary Church. Inter-ment Clarendon Hills Cemetery. 637-0449 or 637-0450. Christensen Carl M. Christensen, beloved husband of Dorothy, nee Rasmussen; dear father of Maxine Robert Spantikow, John (Vir- ?inia and Richard Margaret!; grand-ather of five. Services Wednesday, 1 p. m., at Wm. C. Smith & Sons, Inc., 2500 N. Cicero Av. Cremation Acacia Park. Visitation after 5 p. m. Tuesday. 237-8070. Christopher Angelo A. Christopher, beloved husband of Jean, nee Calistro; fond father of Marilyn James Pospiech; dear brother of Mary the late Joseph Kafka, Nicholas Myrtle!, Rose rJosepn Biechke, the late Alfonso, James and Fannie. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. m., from the Montclair Funeral Home, 6901 W. Belmont Av., to St. Ferdinand Church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Mount Carmel Cemetery. Please omit flowers. NA 2-9300 or NE 8-72X. Ciomei Herman Ciomei, dearly beloved husband of Bernice, nee Bonaccorsi; fond brother of Maurice Ella ; nephew of Rose Ciomei; cousin of Sue Pardinl and Nella Unti. Member of Guglielmo Marconi Lodge. Funeral Thursday, 9 a. m from the Belmont Funeral Home, 7120 W. Belmont Av., to St. William Church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Entombment Queen of Heaven Mausoleum. Visitation after 4 P. m. Tuesday. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the American Cancer Fund will be appreciated. Info., 286-2500. Cooper See James J. Knight notice. Cronin Abble O'Grady Cronin, Sept. 28, native of County Kerry, Ireland, beloved wife of the late John J., CFD; loving mother of Daniel, John Kay, Eugene Elizabeth, Mary John Curley, Eileen Michael Deacv, James Carol and Patrick; grandmother of 13; dear sister of Mary Roche. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a. m from Donnellan Funeral Home, 10525 S. Western Av., to St. Caietan Church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Mary. BE 8-0075. Cullnan John M. Cullnan, Capt. CPD retired, beloved husband of Laura, nee Kingston; devoted father of John M. Jr., Sgt. CPD, Betty Parker and Kathleen Cullnan; dear son of the late Timothy and Catherine Mahonev Cullnan; fond brother of the late Daniel P., William, Elizabeth La Rocque and Josephine Strahan. Grandfather of 13, great-grandmother of 3. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m., from Lauqhlin Sons Chapel, 2100 W. 95th, at Hoyne, to St. Ireneaus Church, Park Forest, III. Mass 11 a. m. Interment St. Mary. Liturgical wake services 8:30 p. m. Tuesday. PR 9-1100. Czaja Frark B. Czala, beloved husband of Emily, nee Sienkiewicz; loving father of Patricia Jerome Siok, Carol William Dreillng, and Francine Samuel) Contl; dear son of Joseph; fond brother of Charlotte, Paul, Joseph and Bette; dear grandfather of nine. Funeral Wednesday, 10 a. nv, from Kolbus Funeral Home, 6841-57 W. Hlggins Av., to St. Eugene Church, Canfield and Foster Avenues. Interment St. Adalbert; Please omit flowers. 774-3232. D'Agostino Lucy D'Aqostlno, nee Paqano, beloved wife of Philip; dear mother of Samuel Georglanna, Philip Jr., and Jearnie; grandmother of Sherry; dear dauqnter of Amaranda and Emlle Paqane of France; sister of Anthony of Kankakee, III., Theresa, Santa and Vincent of France; many nieces and nephews. At George Schubert Chapel, 6616 W. Ceraak Rd. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. m., to Notre Dame de Chicago. Mass 10 a. m. Entombment Queen of Heaven. Damptz See Elmer R. Miller notice. Deal Carol Deal, Sept. 27, 1970, In Atlanta, Ga., wife of Ronald; also survived by one son and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Russell of Evanston, III. Devoney See Elmer R. Miller notice. Distifeno William Distifeno, age 69, suddenly In Sarasota, Flu., ret. maint. carpenter after 21 years with Chicago Park District, beloved husband of Louella J., nee Kuner; loving father of Robert Wm. of Sacramento, Cal. i dear grandtaiher of two; fond brother ot Frank and Thomas of Los Angeles, Cal. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a m., from the Jos, Maloney-Jagla Funeral Home, 2950-58 W. Fullerton, at Sacramento, to St. Sylvester Cnurch, for mass at 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Joseph. Visitation Tuesday Irom 7 to 10 p. m. EV 4-3800. Duggan Neal T. Duooan, beloved husband of Mary T. Dugoen, nee Smith; dear father of Sheila E. and Michael J. Duggant fond brother of - John ILaMoral and Marie Duoaan end the late Bernard and Leo Dupqan. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 m.. trim the Thtls Funeral Home, 3517-37 N. Pulaski Rd., te 51. Viator Church, Interment All Salnfl Cemetery, IN 3 5800. Eeonomos Eancre M. Econoros, oeioved wife of Jiiiei P ; Icving morner of Pe'er L'9h; Sia'Jrtofr,5r ot James P. and Cnristopner Liiyri. Vibration erter 6 P. m. AAoriOiy, Format VVfd' e-ad, 10.30 a m trnt fjoitnehar, r-wieiji He Iu04$ Sfcooe B fl , at Ola Orchard Rood, to holy Trifly E-riSiepal Cnurch, Siul Kanov, Skkie. itfrv'.es It a. m. Inteime'it Memorial Park. 45 1V90. Edt'n Marie Eden, nee Mrlnrue, beloved wife of ins Idle Jonn (Toddl; dear sister ot Alice Hutieteid. Funeral Wednesday, 10 a. m from Srieidon-Oojlin Funeral Home, 59)5 W. Belmont Av., to St. Ferdinand Cnurch, Mass 10 30 a. m. Interment Mount Carmel, Visitation alter 2 p. m. Tuesaay. fc E 7-4404. Fedcrine John B. Federine, age 79, beloved husband of Manie, nee Summers; father of Mrs. Marsaret F. Ruckert, Mrs. Grace Duffel, Mrs. Imogene Walden and Paul Federine; brother of Mrs. Louise Dus-sett and the late Mrs. Mane Trlche, Arthur, Joseoh, William and A. P. Federine; grandfather of six; great-grandfather ot two. Native of Larose, La. Funeral from Jacob Schoen & Son, Inc. Funeral Home, 3827 Canal St., New Orleans, La., Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1970. at II a. m. Religious service at First United Methodist Church. Interment Hope Mausoleum Cemetery, New Orleans, La. 504-482-2111. Ferraro Carmelo Carlo Ferraro Sr., beloved husband of Josephine, nee Senzone; loving father of Peter IMary of Las V9as, Nev., Ann Ocsar Stone, Carlo Grace! ot Los Angeles, Cal., Phyllis Tally Gia-cone, and Ignatius ICIeta) Ferraro; fond grandfather of 13, great-grandfather of 16; dear brother of Leo INila) Ferraro and Josephine Jack! Carava of San Jose, Cal. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m., from The Montclair Funeral Home, 6901 W. Belmont Av., to St. Francis Borgia Churrh. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Joseoh Cemetery. Please omit flowers. 622-VJOO. Fiore Marie Fiore, nee Rybinskl, beloved wife of the late Peter; dear mother of Joseph Marv! Marino, Eugene (Isabelle) Marino and Phillip I Patricia) Fiore; fond sister ot Edward Rybinskl; grandmother of six Funeral Thursday at 9 a. m. from Vituccl Funeral Home, 1339 W. Grand Av., to Santa Maria Addolorata Church. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery. Please omit flowers. HA 1-6856. Florian Peter Florian of Clearwater, Fla beloved husband of the late Katherine; loving father of George (Marie) and Delores Bryan; devoted grandfather of seven; fond brother of Andrew. Funeral Thursday, Oct. 1, 9:30 a. m from Hollerbach Funeral Home, 4022-36 N. Elston, ot Irving Park, to St. Benedict Church. Requiem mass 10 a. m. Interment family lot. IN 3-1510. Freedman Ida Freedman, late of 7061 N. Kedzie Av., beloved wife of the late Samuel L : dear mother of Albert M. (Judith), Bette Warren and Gilbert Ruth; fond sister of Minne Bunes, Tl lie Temkin end the late Eva Pomerantz, Henrv and Philip Schelly; devoted grandmother of elQht grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Services Wednesday, 10 a. m., at Hartman-Mlller North Town Memorial Chapel, 6130 N. California Av. Interment Cong. Beth Itzchok Cemetery. Past president of Albany Park Chapter of the American Jewish Congress, and member of Star Aux. of Marks Nathan Hall, Sisterhood of Cong. Beth Itzchok. Migdal Chapter of Women's B'nal B'rith, Ancient Craft Chapter, Eastern Star, Bran-dels University Women of Chicago, and Hadassah. Friends are asked to pay their respects at time of service. Please omit flowers. IN 3-50C0. Fumo Rose Fumo, nee Boffa, beloved wife of the late Macario; devoted mother of Joseph Rose!; dear grandmother of four; great-grandmother of 18; fond sister of the late Macario Boffa. Funeral Thursday, 9 a. m., from Columbian Funeral Home, 6621 W. North Av to St. Frances of Rome Church. Mass 10 a. m. interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. ES 9-5151 or VI 8-3010. Gadacz Jnsenh Gadacz. dear bfother of Stanley Bernice!, Lauretta and Marianne IStan-leyl Curylo; fond uncle of Jerome, Randall and Pamela. Funeral Tuesday, 9:15 a. m. from Kowachek Funeral Home, 5774-76 W. Lawrence Av., to St. Mary of the Angels Church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Adalbert's. Galassi Rocco P. Galassi of Westchester, suddenly, beloved husband of Theresa, nee Plcchettl; dear father of Theresa Ann Cvrill Race; loving grandfather of Therese and Ann; beloved son of Ann; and the late John; dear brother of Mildred, Theresa (Peter) Fanelli, Antoinette, Charles Ellen, Bridget, Jo-speh Jean and the late Mane; fond brother in law of Bruno Plcchettl and Nellie Giannetti; dear uncle of II. Resting et Westchester Funeral Home, 10501 W. Cermak Rd., 2 blocks west of Man-nehelm Road. Visitation Tuesday and Wednesday, 2 to 10 p. m. Funeral Thursday, Oct. 1, 9:30 a. m. to Divine Providence Church, Westchester. Mass 10 a. m. Entombment Queen of Heaven. 562-5900. Galdikas Isabelle F. Galdikas, nee Domalga, late of Bolingbrook, formerly of Blue Island and Calumet Park area, beloved wife of Walter; dearest mother of Judith John Callahan, Mary Sue John Ber-nier, John of Venice, Italy, USAF, Lynn Marie and Larry; grandmother of two; dear daughter of Susan and the late Anthony Domalga; sister of Irene John Lepore, Helen Frank Lund, Leonard Lois and Edward Georgine. Funeral Thursday, Oct. 1, 9:30 a. m from the Kromrvk Funeral Home, 1843 Burr Oak Av., 127th Street, Blue Island, to St. Isadore Church. Requiem mass at 10 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday after 2 p. m. FU 5-0232. Garafolo Sam Garafolo, beloved husband of Jen nie, nee Tirrlto; dear father of Donna; fond brother of Margaret Bonaccl, Connie Bukowski, Jennie Carpenter and the late Charles. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. m., from Dalcamo Funeral Home, 470 W. 26th St., to All Saints' Church. Interment St. Mary. Please omit flowers. Visitation Monday after 6 p. m. Vi 2-8681. Gardeakos Sotereos (Sam) Gardeakos of Tucson, Ariz., formerly of Chicago, beloved husband of Anna; loving father of Thomas Georgia and Freda John Catsaros; grandfather of five. Funeral Wednesday in Tucson, Ariz. , Gerin See Joseph A. Manzo notice. Giannetti See Rocco P. Galassi notice. Giglio See Joseph A. Manzo notice. Goodman Edwin M. Goodman, Sept. 27, 1970, husband of Eleanore; brother of Mrs. Frank Wollaston of Brentwood Bay, Vancouver Island, Canada. Memorial services to be announced later. Gosncll Helen Gosnell, nee Berg, age 51, beloved wife of Ira; dear mother of Stephen and Michael; dear sister of Harold, Gustave and Walter. Funeral services Wednesday, 10 a. m at Cooney Mortuary, 12 E. 112th pi. Interment Oak Hill. Graflund Hirti John C. Hlrtz, beloved husband of Edia Mar. nee Hansen; lend tamer of Fraud (fcleanorl Fuss; fcromer of Carrie Deck-elwann, Lillian Aninonv Sihultz, Mae Butien, Ravmond (civiral ad Rudoiph IHeitn Him; two giandchiidrtn. Services 1 p. m. Weni.es.1av at Cocney Mortuary, 12 E. IWIh PL Interment Mount Greenwood. Ilogan Rooert W. Hogan of Mount Prospect, beiott'd husDand of Beatrice, nee Kanek; dear father of Patrick J. and Kathleen M. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m., from Friedr.cns Funeral Home. 320 W. Central Rd., at Northwest Hignwav, Mount Prospect, to St. Ravmond Church. Interment All Saints. 255-7800. Ilolan George W. Holan of Cicero, beloved brotner ot LHvan C. Harris; fond uncle ot Michael J. Harris, Edward J., John, James and Lillian Kadlec. Services Thursday, Oct. 1, 10 a. m at Svec and Sons Funeral Home, 6227 W. Cermak Rd. Interment Bohemian National. GU 4-2050 or Bi 2-2027. Visitation Wednesday after 12 noon. Horton Philip E. Horton of Skokie, beloved husband of Grace Schiilinger Horton and the late Lucille, nee Steffen; dear father of Barbara Schoeneberger and Philip E. Jr.; stepfather ot Sally Morris; grandtaiher of five; great-grandfather of me: step-grandfather of two. Funeral Wednesday, 1:30 p. m., at Haben Funeral Home, 8057 Niles Center Rd., Skokie. Interment Memorial Park, tn lieu of flowers, make contributions to Expansion Fund of Ravenswood Medical Center, 1931 W. Wilson Av,, Chicago. Visitation after 7 p. m. Monday. OR 3-6111. Hudacek Joseph Hudacek, beloved husband of Mary, nee Valachovic; dear father of Kenneth Agnesl and Thomas; fond brother of Mane Szymczak and Elizabeth; many nieces and nephews alsg survive. Funeral services Thursday, Oct. 1, 9 a. m., from Kosarv Chanel, 3100 W. 59th St., to St. Simon Church. Interment Our Lady of Sorrows Cemetery. Visitation after 2 p. m. Thursday. 434-4246. Hummel Lillian C. Hummel, beloved dauqhter of the late Phillip and Elizabeth Hummel; loving sister of the late Rose and Wesley; fond cousin of Frank and Rue-ben Schultz of Naoervllle, III., John Lp-man of Stockton, III. and William Upman of Monroe, Wis. Services Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1:30 p. m at Feirbrother Funeral Home, 4447 W. Irving Park Rd. Interment Rosehill Cemetery. Visitation after 1:30 p. m. Tuesday. AV 6-56)0. Hummel Walter J. Hummel, beloved husband of the late Marie Maher Hummel; fond father of Joseph W. Alice, Raymond D. Marian Jean! and Lawrence W. Hummel; grandfather of 11; brother of Bessie Birmingham and the late Florence McDonough. Funeral Thursday, 9 a. m , from Kerrigan Funeral Home, 5516 S. Ashland Av., to St. Basil Church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. Visitation after 5 p. m. Tuesday. 776-0031. Hurley Bernard Hurley, beloved husband of Eva, nee Dionne; fond father of Mary Lou; brother of Edgar Hilda, Esther Klrck and John Mary; brother In law of Charles Charlotte Dionne. Funeral Wednesday, Sept. 30, 8 45 a. m., at Henry W. Mueller Funeral Home, 5300-12 W. Belmont Av., to Our Lady of Grace Church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Please omit flowers. AV 6-8740. Hutton Amy R. Hutton, nee Penhallegon, beloved wife of the late Edmond G.; cousin of Albert end Arthur Trebilcock; great-aunt of Jo Russell and Jay Burns. Funeral Wednesday, 2 p. m., at the Fern Chapel, South Western Avenue at 100th Street, Interment Oak Woods. Jacek Thomas W. Jacek Sr., beloved husband of the late Harriet, nee Konopczvnski; loving father of Dorothy Clarence) Hermann, Ronald Geraldine Jacek and Thomas Barbara Jacek; fond grandfather of three; dearest son of th lat John and Veronica; dear brother of the late George Helen Jacek and the late Rev. Jerome; also sisters in law, brothers In law; nieces and nephews. Funeral Wednesday at 9:30 a. m. from the Dulskl Funeral Home, 2806 S. Kolln Av., to Good Shepherd Church. Entombment Queen of Heaven Mausoleum. Member of Holy Name Society and Bishop Ket-teler Council 1628, K. of C. Please omit flowers. Visitation after 2 p. m. Monday. BI 7-7321. Jackson James E. Tex Jackson, beloved husband of Avis; father of Mildred Womac, Robbie Janski and Virginia; son of Tennie; brother of Martha Lou Massey. Funeral Wednesday, 1 a. m., at Rowland Horn for Funerals, 4)52 Sheridan R. Interment Rosehill. Johnson Josephine Johnson, beloved wife of the late William Johnson; loving mother of William Beverly!, Rita John) Deadv, Raymond, George Angeline, Leo Mary, Marie Leo DiRienzo, Colette Frank Kocich and the late Frank Mariorie Johnson; fond grandmother of 21. Funeral Wednesday, 8:45 a. m from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 4727 W. 103d St., Oak Lawn, to St. Bede Church Interment St. Mary Cemetery. For transforation Information, call 735-4242 or 636-1193. Jonaitis Daniel V. Jonaitis, dear husband of Linda, nee Carlson; dearest father of Scott, Mark and Daniel; loving son of Joseph and Mary; fond brother of Dolores ivn-ior; nessier ano Lawrence Dona). Funeral services Wednesday, 9 a. m from the Petkus Funeral Home, 1410 S 50th Av Cicero, to St. Anthony Church. iiiierineni sr. lasimtr. 063-2108. Joslyn See Denis E. O'Keefe notice. Kiessling Arthur Kiessllno. belnveri h,,tKanrf Cecilia, nee Tarns; brother of Karl and Edward, the late Stella Bruhl and Dorothy Stafford. Funeral Thursday, 1 p. m., at urauspe Lnapei, 3905-07 N. Lincoln Av. Masonic service Wednesday, 8 p. m.. by Integrity Lodge, No. 997, A. F. & A. M. Interment Irving Park. Visitation after 1 p. m. Tuesday. Member of Me- oman lemoie, sconiso sonic Veterans' Assoc. H. Stanley Graflund, age 62, suddenly, Wheaton, III., beloved husband of Ella P.; dear father of Robert S. of Downers Grove and Geraldine Ann Guess of Palo Alto, Cal.; grandfather of three; brother of Harry Graflund. Friends may call at Hanerhoff -Funeral Home, 304 N. Main, Wheaton, Tuesday and Wednesday, 4 to 10 P. m. Services Thursday, Oct. 1, at 11 a. m. Interment Wheaton Cemetery. 668-0027. Grant ' Marie Grant, late of the Bridgeport neighborhood, devoted daughter of the late Irving and the late Mary, nee Jan-dik; dear sister of John Lorraine, William Estelle, James Louise, Gertrude Simon Biamonte and Eugene Helen; dear niece of Anna Slpla; fond aunt and great aunt of many. Funeral Wednesday, Sept. 30, 9:30 a. m., from Ocwieia Funeral Home, 2878 S. Throop St., to Immaculate Conception Church. Interment Oakridge Cemetery. VI 2-1070. Greco See Joseph A. Manzo notice. Grochowalski Helen Grochowalski Granley, nee Wach-cinskl, beloved wife of the late Benjamin W. Grochowalski; dear mother of Edmund Violet Granley and Florence Donald Kagel; fond sister of Jean Jasler and the late Mary Marczek, Frank and Bruno Wachclnski; loving grandmother of six; great-grandmother of one. Funeral Wednesday, 10:30 a. m from the Theis Funeral Home, 3517-27 N. Pulaski Rd., to St. Viator Church. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery. IN 3-5800. Hagamann Valeria Haqamann, nee Bakos, beloved wife of the late Harry; fond daughter of the late Steven and Mary; sister of Mavme Gaffnev, John, the late Steve and Lyle Bakos. Services Thursday, 1:30 P. m., at Egan Funeral Home, 3700 W. 63d St. Interment Fairmount. Visitation after I p. m. Wednesday. LU 2-2000. llahn William J. Hahn of 1109 Grove St., Evanston, beloved husband of Mathilda Hahn; fond father of William J. Hahn Jr. of Deerfleld; also 10 grandchildren; brother of the late Anthony, John, Frank, Joseph and Peter Hahn and Eva Bartle. Funeral Thursday, 10:30 a. nv, from Fitzgerald (, Franklin Funeral Home, 1571 Maple Av., Evanston, to St. Mary Church. Mass 11 a. m. Interment 5t. Peter Catholic Cemetery, Skokie. Visitation beginning 7 p. m. Tuesday. UN 9-2900. Hanck Tlllle Hanck, beloved wife of Nicholas; fond sister of Tony (Anna) Mlotke. Funeral Wdnesdsy, 9:30 a. m., from Krauspe Chanel, 3905 07 N. Lincoln Ay., to St. Andrew's Church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Adalbert's. Hansen Olga K. Hansen, dearly beloved wile of the late Louis; loving mother of Harry ISelenal, Bernice Evans, Lillian Ed-wardl While and Herbert (Genevieve! ; grandmother of nine the late Stanley Jr. J. Funeral services Wednesday. 2 p. m., at the Belmont Funeral Home, 7120 W. Belmont Av. Acacia Park Cemetery. Visitation after 2 p. m- Tuesday. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Heart Fund will be appreciated. Inf., 286-2500. f. Rite and Ma- Kimmel Anna Klmmel, fond sister of Mamie Worley, Fred and William Kimmel and the late Mildred Johnson; daughter of the late William and Mary Klmmel. Funeral Wednesday, 1) a. m., at Zimmerman and Son Funeral Home, 7319 M-idlson St., Forest Park. Interment Oakridge Cemetery. Memorials appreciated to the Second Presbyterian Church of Oak Park. 366-2200. Kiszkan Marv Kiszkan, beloved wife of the late Nicholas; devoted mother of Paul, Ann (Stanley) Peters, John Zdenka and Artlna Clarence Campbell; grandmother of 11; great-grandmother of 10. Resting ar senmaeoexe i-unerai Home, 10701 s. Harlem Av., Worth. Chapel service 11 a. m. Wednesday, Sept. 30. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens South. Please omit flowers. 44B-6OO0. Knight James J. Knight, Sept. 27, 1970, beloved son of Delia Steed Cooper and the late Joshua Knight; fond brother of Edward (Carol) and the late George W. Knight; dear uncle of Emily R., James R. and Robert F. Knight. At Lain & Son Chapel, 2121 W. 95th St., where services will be held Wednesday, Sept. 30, at 1 p. m. Interment Mount Hope. Hopping Henry F. Kopplng, age 71, beloved hus band of Bertha nee Wachter; father of Bernice Howard) Scott, Harold Lauretta, Walter and Helen Felix Tylln; grandfather of eight; brother of Charles. i-unerai v:ju a. m. inursday, Oct. 1, from Schmaedeke Funeral Home. 10701 S. Hariem Av., Worth, 1o St. Patricia Church, Hickory Hills. Mass 10 a. m. iniermenr lacrea rtean. 448-6000. Krejci Aqnes Krelcl, dearly beloved wife of the late Frank; dear mother of Frank Eval, Jerry (Ann) and the late Rudolph Ann Kreici and Adeline (Joseohl Mlnarlk and the late Lillian Zalicek; qrandmother of eight; 13 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren. Funeral Wednes day, aepi. 30, ar i:jo p. m., John T. Chrastka Memorial Chapels, 6301 W. Cermak Rd., Berwyn. Interment Wood- tawn Memorial Park. OL 2-1023 or bi z-zyvo. Krueger Helen E. Krueger, formerly of 446 Magnolia, Sept. 28, 1970, wife of the late Waller; sister of Anoellne Klawlnskl, Mae Levenduskv. Isabelle Holley, Eari Kyle and the late Joyce Abemathy. At Lain 8. Son Chapel, 5501 N. Ashland Av., after 2 p. m. Tuesday. Services Wednesday at 2 P. m. Interment Acacia Park. Kurkul Florian M. Kurkul, dearest brother of Alex J. lEIIrabethl Kurkul; loving step, son of Frank Slenski; beloved stepbrother of Edward (Evelyn) Slepskl, Frank Audreyl, Leonard and John, CFD Lvdial. Member ot V. F. W., Deksnls-Keenan Post, No. 7188; 13th Ward Republican Precinct Captain. Funeral Thursday, Oct. 1, 9:15 a. m., from the Evans Funeral Home, 6845 S. Western Av., to St. Adrian Church for mass at 9:45 a. m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Visitatlnn begins Tuesday after t p. m. RE 7-8600. Lacey William Lacey, loving husband of Mary L.i dear father of David Lee, George and William Jr.; stepfather of Frank, Willie and Roosevelt; grandfather of eiqht; fond brother ot Mason, Rosle Lee Meadows and Llllle Mae Franklin. Services 1 p. m. Wednesday, Shlloh Baptist Church, 800 S. Ganesee St., Waukegnn. Vlsita'lon Tuesday after 17 noon at the Bradshaw a, R-anqe Funeral Home, 2513 Duodale Rd. north of 14th Street), Waukegan, III. 662-3553. Laiisrn Alvlna Lausen, nee Meyer, beloved wl'e of the late John; loving mother of Mildred Franclsl Herhst and Richard (Katharine!; dear tisler of Fred Meyer, Charles Masrhe and Richard Masche; fond grandmother ol three. Funeral service VV'dnnday. Sent. 30, I'M p. m., at the Schie'ke Funeral Heme, 7710 W. 344n '' Cr'm,"on '' P"- lA Lefeni Lola B Lefens, beloved wife of te late Waiter C Le;ens: passed away Sept. 28, 19u. Services a.id Interment private. Lewandowski Thaddeus A. Lewandowski, beloved fcus- fca.rd ot S'eila, nee Pisar;; oavoted fat'ie' o' Shirley t-lnnl Campana, Genevieve (Rooert) Smorvnki and Geraicme (Williaml Nova; oear brother ot Harriet Miller, Peter, Michael Anne Maticn and the late Larrv; loving grandtainer of nine. Funeral Wednesday. 9.15 a. m., from Stanley Funeral Home, 3060 Mil-waticee, to St. Hedwig Church. Interment St. Adoloert Ce.netery. 342-3330. Lindstrom Charles Lindstrom, beloved husband of Bertha, ' nee Jensen; dear father of Charles of Fort tauderdafe, Fla , Gladys 6uczak and Bertha Joseohl Ozaa; six grandchildren. Services Wednesday, 11 a. m., at Wm. C. Smith & Sons, Inc., 2500 N. Cicero Av. Interment Irving Park. 237-8070. Litz Ste'ta Litz, nee Lewandowski, Sept. 27, 1970, dear mother of Pau ine lAnthonv! Capriola and Lillian Charlesl Sanders; grandmother of Richard, Donald, Robert and Dennis llenfeld and Carol Nestoras; great-grandmother of nine; fond sister of Constance M. Bartz. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m from Ewald Funeral Home, 2501-03 N. Southprrt Av to St. Josaohat Church. Macs 10 a. m. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery. 549-009. Lobodzinski Rose Lobodzinski, nee Kondellk, beloved wife of Casimir; dearest mother ot Barbara (John) Lillig, Nancy Jonn Cichon, Jeanette (Richard! Stearney, Leone Chester Kowalczvk, Ronald Janice I Lobodzinski; grandmother of 16; fond sister of Emma Hochgraber, Charles Lilian Kondelik, Jerry Kondelik and Edward Rose! Kondelik. Funeral services Wednesday, 9:30 a. m.. from Palacz Funeral Chapel, 2955 W. 25th St., corner of Sacramento, to St. Ludmilta Church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Arlington Cemetery. Liturgical wake service 8 p. m. Tuesday. Visitation hours 2 to 10 p. m. Bi 7-0100. Lund S. Theodore Lund, dear mother of Mrs. Marqaret Gratton, Hilda, Harold and Leslie Lund. Services Wednesday, Sept. 30, 10 a. m., at Drake & Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western Av. Interment Acacia Park Cemetery. Visitation atfer 3 P. m. Tuesday. 561-6874. Madia . Funk Sam Madia, suddenly, beloved husband of Bernadine, nee Humbert; devoted father of Ralph J. and Janet; son of the late Sam and Angelina Madia; son in law of Kate Humbert; brother of Ralph and Mary Pinotti. Funeral Thursday, 8:45 a. m from Michael Co-letta Sons Funeral Home, 2600 S. Went-worth Av., to St. Jerome Church. Mass at 9:30 a. m. Interment family lot. 842-1861. Visitation after S p. m. Tuesday. Magliano See Rose Fumo notice. Manglaris James J. Manglaris, beloved husband of Dorothy, nee Maggos; dear father of William, Irene and George; fond son of Athansia Manglaris; brother of Athena (Saml Regas, George Patricia!, Marlon Manglaris; brother in law of Georqe Helen) Maggos, Penelope Harvalls, Alice James Gallios, Peter Phyllis Maggos and Chrysanthe Doris. Funeral Tuesday, 10:15 a. m., from Nelson Funeral Home, 820 Talcolt Rd., Park Ridge, to St. John the Baptist Church. Interment Elmwood. Please omit flowers. 823-5122. Manzo Joseph A. Manzo, suddenly, dear husband or Frances, nee Greco; loving father of Joseph Jeanette, nee Gertnl and John; fond brother of Felicia Anthony Venuto, Dan Virginia), Grace (Louis) Petricca, Marie the late Frankl Giglio and the late Anthony Nell Manzo. Funeral Thursday, 9 a. m., from the Columbian Funeral Home, 6621 W. North Av., Oak Park, to St. Beatrice Church, Schiller Park. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Queen of Heaven. Please omit flowers. ES 9-5151 or VI 8-3010. , Marcus Dor Marcus, nee Mandel, of 1540 W. North Shore, beloved wife of the latt Mark; loving mother of Fances Williaml Rudnick. Bernice (Jack) Chalem and Philip Anita) Marcus of Miami Beach, Fla.; nine grandchildren; one greatgrandchild. Services Tuesday, 2 p. m., at Weinstein Bros. Chapel, 1300 Devon. Interment Rosemont Park. Honorary board member and chairman of Women's Division National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Member of Cong. B'nal Zion. Visitation Monday evening, 7 to 10 P. m. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Women's Division National Multiple Sclerosis Society. RO 1-2400. Maring Kim G. Maring of Des Plalnes, beloved wife of Paul; loving daughter of Louis and Olive Stacey; fond sister of Hubert, Maxwell, Cyril, William, Louis, Catherine and Sadie Stacey and Lola Humphreys-Visitation after 3 p. m. Tuesday at Oehler Funeral Home, Lee at Perry Street, Des Plalnes, where services will be held Wednesday, 11 a. m. 824-5155. Marino See Marie Fiore notice. Marsh Howard C. Marsh, beloved husband of Mary; dear father of Mrs. Mary Ellen (Kenneth Franknecht; loving grandfather of Robert, Karen and John; fond brother ' of the late William and Clifford. Services Thursday, Oct. 1, 2 p. m., at Drake and Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western Av. Interment Ridgewood Cemetery. Visitation after 6 p. m. Tuesday. 561-6874. Masini Glulia Maslnl, nee Paolettl, beloved wife of Agostino; fond mother of Vincent I Diane I and Glovanna Alfredo Barsel-lotti; dear sister of Giulio and Roberto Paolettl; gfandmother of five. Funeral Wednesday. 9:30 a. m., from the Vance Funeral Home, 1424 S. 50th Av., Cicero, to St. Michael Italian Church. Mass 10:30 a. m. Interment Queen of Heaven. OL 2-5245. Visitation Tuesday after 2 p. m. Matelse See Elmer R. Miller notice. McCormick Coletta Galvln McCormick at Mlnocgua, Wis., beloved wife of the late John McCormick; devoted mother of John nd Robert; dear sister of Eileen Splltt, Rita Brath, Kathleen Galvln, and Patricia Kieffer. At Lauqhlin Sons Chapel, 2100 W. 95th, at Hoyne, after 7 P. m. Tuesday. Funeral Thursday, 9 a. m., fo St. Cletus Church, La Grange, III. Mass 10:30 a. m. Interment Queen of Heaven. PR 9-1100. McKenna Anna Kathleen McKenna, Sept. 27, 1970, beloved daughter of the late Peter J. ' and Anna McKenna, nee O'Rourke; sister of Mary Therese McKenna. Funeral ' from Lain and Son Chapel, 2121 W. 95th St., Wednesday, Sept. 30, at 9 30 a. m., to Little Flower Church, 80th and S. Wood Street. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. McNamee Cyril J. Mac McNamee, beloved husband of Catherine, nee McLaughlin; dea, father of Kathleen John Greaney, Eileen Tony Nawara, and Noreen; grandfather of Mn Kay and Sean Patrick Greaney; beloved son of Martha, nee O'Brien, end the late Richard; brother of Mona IPaull Berkley and Ray Irene). Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m., from Gib-bons-O'Keefe Funeral Home. 124 Madison, Oak Park, to St. Angela Church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Queen of Heaven. Visitation Monday after 3 p. m. Past Commander of Commodore Barry Post, A. L. and member of I. A. M., No. 126. 848-7400. Miller Elmer R. Miller, beloved husband of Anna, nee Nadolske; loving father of Ravmond Jeanette Miller, Doris Wi III am J Devoney, Shirley George) Matelse, Clara Anthony Damptz and Eleanor Arthur Butrum; fond grandfather of 11; brother of Henrietta Schneider and Frederick Miller. Resting at Ryan-Parke Funeral Home, 120 S. Northwest Hwy., Park Ridge, where services will be held Wednesday, Sept. 30, at 1:30 p. m. Interment Elmwood Cemetery. Member of Pioneer Club, Zenith Radio. Memorials to The American Cancer Society. Visitation alter 7 p. m. Monday. Mitchell Anastasla Mitchell, nee Chelepis, beloved wife of the late John; dearest mother of Bertha Trampas, Georoa Helen!, Nick (Barbara!, Sam Elsie and Peter Mitchell; dear sister of Gust Vivian Chalepis, James Chalepls, Athena Hollos and Julia Papatheodorou In Greece; fond grandmother of in Funeral Wednesday, 12:30 p. m., from Chapel of Adinamls Funeral Directors, 4700 N. Western Av. Services 1 P. m. at St. Demetrios Church, 2727 W. Winona. Interment Elmwood. Montgomery Mary Kathrln Montgomery, Sept. 28, 1970, daughter of the late Fred and Hattle Montgomery; cousin of Earlene Mulkerln, Fred and William Slandlev. At Lain & Son Chapel, 5501 N. Ash-lend Av., alter 7 p. m. Tuesday, where services will be held Wednesday, Sept. X, at 10 a. m. interment Rosehill. Morrison Minnie Morrison, nee Brown, belO" wife of David. Funeral services Thursday, 1 p. m., at the Joseph Maloney. Jagla Funeral Home, 7950 58 W. Fuller-ton, at Sacramento. Interment Woodiawn. Visitation after 2 p. m. Wednesday. EV 4 3800. Murray Ethelmae V. Murrey, nee Watson, rle.,:, beloved wife of Thomas J. loving mother of Thomas J. Jr., James C, Jche F Robert E. William W. and Michael J. grandmother of 28; great-grandmother of one; lond sister of Raymond Watson, the late Robert. William and John Watson. Visitation after 2 p. m. Sunday. Fu. neral Tuesday, 9 a. m., from Donneltsn Funeral Home, Jetlery Boulevard at 7'th Stteet, to St. Bride Church. Mats 9 30 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. In llt of flowers, contributions to Mercy Hospital Building Fund or the Society of the Lime 8872. Flower will be appreciated, SO 8-

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