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14 Section 2 aaaa Chicago Tribune, Sunday, December 26, 1971 Andrews, Veteran of House, Dies Obituariei From Trlbun Wirt Services William A. Kraus Sr. j Mass for William A. Kraus Sr., 76, of 417 S. Myrtle Av., Kankakee, will be said at 10 a. rn. tomorrow in St. Patrick Catholic Church, 428 S. Indiana BIRMINGTON, Ala., Dec. 25 1 Av., Kankakee. He died Friday I in Of ...,.., Uncrnifol TfoTlko- kee. A divisional manager of the Kankakee Belt Route, now part of the Penn-Central Railroad, he retired in 1960 after 49 years' service with the railroad. Mr. Kraus was instru- () Rep. George Andrews ID., Ala., a 27-year veteran of Congress, died today at University Hospital here where he recently underwent heart surgery. Andrews, 65, of Union Springs, was the third ranking member of the House Appropriations Committee and the senior member of the Alabama congressional delegation. He was one of three members of Congress who served on major appropriations subcom- rMjf ,!Sjr jiff i Rep. George Andrews mental in bringing many new industries to Kankakee in the 1930s and 1940s and, in 1950, the Kankakee Chamber of Com merce named his "Mr. Industrial Citizen" for that year. Survivors include two sons, William Jr. and James; a daughter, Mrs. Joan Gohring; two grandchildren; and two sisters. Rev. Joseph A. Dionne Mass for the Rev. Joseph A. Dionne, 77, retired pastor of St. Louis Catholic Church, will be said at 11 a. m. Tuesday in the church at 117th and State Streets. Fr. Dionne, pastor of St. Louis Church for 26 years, died Dec. 22 in the Christian Brothers Home, Signal Mountain, Tenn., where he had lived since retirement in 1968. He was born in Kankakee, 111., ordained on April 5, 1924, in Baltimore, Md., and was pastor of St. Anne Catholic Church, St. Anne, 111., until 1924, when he came to Chicago. He was a member of San Salvador Council of the Knights of Columbus. mittees: defense, public works and legislative. He was chairman of the latter. Repair of Artery Andrews underwent surgery Dec. 9 to repair a weakening of the aortic artery. A hospital spokesman said he was recovering normally until earlier this week when he developed chills and fever suggestive of an in fection. Another operation was performed on Andrews yesterday and it showed an intra-abdominal infection, perhaps related to acute appendicitis, the spokesman said. He died 12 hours later. Andrews first was elected to the House in absentia in 1944, while serving as an officer in the Navy in Pearl Harbor. His brother ran his campaign for him. He was reelected to each succeeding term. Strong Defense Posture Andrews had been expected to run for his 16th term next year. Gov. George C. Wallace will have to call a special election to fill his unexpired term. Andrews was a representative of Wallace's home district. The governor votes in the Barbour County town of Clayton where Andrews was born. Wallace said the congressman's death was "a great loss." "He was my congressman and a close personal friend of long-standing," Wallace said. "I consider George Andrews as one of the finest members that ever served in the United States Congress." A former district attorney, Andrews was recognized as a supporter of fiscal responsibility in government and a strong national defense posture. He also was an outspoken foe of civil rights legislation. Survivors include his widow; a son, Navy Lt. George W. Andrews Jr., San Diego; a daughter, Mrs. Thomas Martin Hinds, Greensboro, N. C; and two grandchildren. Funeral services were scheduled for 2 p. m. tomorrow the First Baptist Church in Union Springs. W. Karl Humphrey Services for W. Karl Humphrey, 51, president of the Win-netka Lumber Co., 594 Green Bay Rd., Winnetka, will be held tomorrow in the Winnetka Congregational Church, 725 Pine St., Winnetka. Mr. Humphrey of 504 Ash St., Winnetka, died Friday in Evanston Hospital. Survivors include the widow, Marjorie; two sons, W. Karl Jr. and James; a daughter, Lynn; his mother, Mrs. Blanche Humphrey; and a brother and sister. Richard J. Savage Jr. Mass for Richard J. Savage Jr., 63, of 825 Clinton Av., Oak Park, president of Savage Brothers Candy Machinery Manufacturing Co., 2638 W. Gladys Av., will be said at 11:15 a. m. tomorrow in Ascension Catholic Church, Oak Park. Mr. Savage, who had been associated with his company for 45 years, died Thursday in West Suburban Hospital, Oak Park. Surviving are nis widow, Louise; a brother; and two sisters. Mrs. Paul Lazar Mrs. Mary Lazar, 75, of 2754 W. Arthur Av., cofounder with her husband of Lazar's Juvenile Furniture Co., 2749 W. Devon Av., died yesterday in Evanston Hospital. Mrs. Lazar, who was a member of City of Hope, a cancer research fund-raising organization, helped found the furniture company 55 years ago. Besides her husband, Paul, Mrs. Lazar is survived by a son, Victor; four grandchildren; a great-grand child; two sisters; and two brothers. Services will be held at 1 p. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 1300 W. Devon Av. Mrs. Sara Goldberg Mrs. Sara Goldberg, 79, of 3101 N. Sheridan Rd., died yes terday in Passavant Hospital. She was the secretary and treasurer of Schack's, Inc. manu facturers of window and interior displays at 2516 W. Armitage Av. The family business was founded in 1888. Survivors include two sons, Philip Gray and Richard W. Goldberg; a daughter, Mrs. Rayna Miller; eight grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and four sisters. Services will be held at 1 p. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 5206 N. Broadway. Newton B, Dawson Services for Newton B. Dawson, 80, of South Albany Ave., a retired employe of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, who died Thursday in Billings Hospital, will be held at 1 p. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 6541 S. Kedzie Av. Survivors include the widow, Lycinda M.; two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Gut-haus and Mrs. Laura E. Turn- bow; and six grandchildren. Air Pioneer Lipsner Dies at 84 Services for Benjamin Berl Lipsner, 84, organizer and first superintendent of the U.S. air mail service, will be held at 2 p. m. Tuesday in the chapel at 5206 N. Broadway. He died Friday in the Veterans Administration Research Hospital, 333 W. Huron St. " Mr. Lipsner, who lived at 5650 N. Sheridan Rd., inaugurated air service between Chicago and New York in 1918 when he touched down in a biplane loaded with 400 pounds of mail in Grant Park near the end of Monroe Street. Using few instruments, he was guided by bonfires at night and by instincts thru heavy fog in the daytime. When he made the flight, Mr. Lipsner was a Signal Corps j captain on loan to the Post Office Department by the U. S. Army. His flight proved air planes , could handle long-distance mail delivery, and regular service began soon afterwards. Known as the "father of com mercial aviation," he later wrote a book, "The Airmail, Jennies to Jets," which reported many anecdotes from the first two years of pioneering in air delivery of mail. An aeronautical engineer and a mechanical engineer, Mr. Lipsner later served as consultant for many airlines and oil companies. Survivors include his widow, Rose E.; two sons, Milton A. and Jerome S.; two daughters, Mrs. Charlotte Driggs and Mrs. Shirley Sathe; six grandchildren; eight greatgrandchildren; and a sister. Florists Death Notices 344-0770 EV-,, . A Op n Sundays Mwy ..y. to .h.r... S., Funeral Directors JOHN CARROLL SONS "HOME FOR FUNERALS" 25 E. Erie WHitehail 4-6060 Cemeteries Beautiful Rosehill i 6 SOU N. BAV ENS WOOD AVE. 561-6940 Priced to tuit your nt.ed Pfrpetual charter Endowed Care Non-Sectarian 1nunt Emblem Cemetery Outsfandiaq beauty Finest MointenoM Modest Cost Call er writ lor fr oroeeure. Grand Aye. It County lint Road, Elmhvrtt, III. Chicago Ph. Suburban Pk. 626-IJ32 834-6060 0 Mrs. Hattie Karuspe Services for Mrs. Hattie Karuspe, 91, of 1936 W. Byron St., will be held at 1 p. m. Monday in the chapel at 3905 N. Lincoln Av. Mrs. Karuspe, who died Thursday in her home, was the widow of Herman K. Karuspe, director of the Karuspe funeral home. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Anita K. Warp; a son, George H.; and a grandson. Mrs. Mabelle S. Campbell Private services for Mrs. Mabelle S. Campbell, 93, of 820 N. Lake Shore Dr., will be held tomorrow. Mrs. Campbell, a Chicago resident for the last 80 years, died in a nursing home Thursday. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Thilo M. Best; two grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. IfVjemorial farlt CEMETERY and MAUSOLEUM CREMATORIUM COLUMBARIUM PERPETUAL CHARTER FOR MEMBERS OF ALL FAITHS 900 GROSS POINT ROAD SKOKIE. ILL. 583-50B0-508I 864-5061-502 2 Seized in Hit-Run Death of 10-Year-Old Ogilvie'8 Apartment House Scene of Fire SPRINGFIELD, 111., Dec. 25 UP) A fire which broke out to day in an apartment building where Gov. OgUvie resides caused extensive smoke damage, thruout the 17-story facility fire officials said. State police said Ogilvie was not in his apartment at the time. Some residents evacuated the building. No injuries were reported. fielding peogle. yTf SON, INC. f f FUNERAL DIRECTORS Serving Chicago with 6 locations 337-3036 Two men were charged yesterday in the hit and run death on Christmas Eve of Dina Rios, 10, of 2727 W. Ainslie St., as she crossed the street in the 2700 block of Lawrence Avenue. Acting on information sup plied by witnesses, police traced the car to Athanasios Kainni-kos, 36, of 4722 N. Lawndale Av. He told police the car was driven at the time of the accident by Stavros Karambonis, 37, of 1952 W. Leland Av. Both men immediately admitted to being in the car when the girl was killed, and Karambonis later admitted to driving the car. Both Men Charged Kallinikos and Karambonis were charged with leaving the scene of a fatal accident. As owner of the car, Kallinikos also was charged with improper registration of a vehicle and having no city sticker. As driver of the car, Karambonis also was charged with striking a pedestrian in the roadway. The men are to appear Feb. 9 in Traffic Court. Julius Verse, 23, of 5031 W. Fulton St., was killed early yesterday when his auto struck a pillar supporting the Chicago Transit Authority elevated lines at 2630 W. Lake St. Police said Verse apparently fell asleep moments before his westbound auto struck the abutment. A male passenger was uninjured. Verse was dead on arrival at Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital. Crashes Train, Dies An unidentified man was killed yesterday when his car ran into the side of a Milwaukee Road freight train and burst into flames at 166th Street and Thornton-Blue Island Road in South Holland. The train's engineer told police he did not see the car, but heard the crash and looked back to see the car burst into flames at the unguarded crossing. Police said the car was northbound in Thornton - Blue Island Road and the train was southwest bound about 2 m. p. h. The body was taken to the county morgue, where officials will try to make an identification thru dental plates. The body was burned beyond recognition. Former Mounted Cop Dies Mass for Edmund J. Rooney Sr., 79, a retired Chicago policeman who helped found the St. Jude's Police- League, will be said at 10 a. m. Tuesday in St. Cajetan's Catholic Church, 11234 S. Artesian Av. He died Friday in his home at 11414 S. Western Av. Mr. Rooney retired from the Chicago Police Department in 1955 after serving 33 years, on the force, including 30 years in the Loop traffic division. An expert horseman, he was one -! of the last survivors of the de partment's old mounted force detail which was disbanded in 1946. Mr. Rooney and his horse, Mickey, rode in many parade and performed for the department in thrill shows pnd other special events. During the early 1930s Mr. Rooney worked in the old detective bureau. A charter member of the Chicago Patrolmen's Association, he served as its treasurer during the 1930s and 1940s. He also held membership in the Fraternal Order of Police; Illi- RIDGEWOOD Cemetery spaces tor sale, $950 tor six or best offer. Contact Howard Clausen, 7609 Apache Trail, Colorado Springs, Colo. 80906, phone 471-5578. 5 GRAVE lots, Memory Gardens Cemetery, Euclid and Rand Rd., Arlington Hgts., III. 5600. Seller leaving town. allBU 1-3677. 4 GRAVES Memory Gardens, Last Supper. Arlington His. S1.OO0. 303-275-7884 Bancroft Harold W. Bancroft, beloved husband of Jean; and father of Richard and Adam brother of Lucile Shait. Memorial services Monoav, Dec. 27, 11 a m., at St. Mary Episcopal Church, 306 S. Prospect Av., Park Ridge. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the American Cancer Society or St. Mar Church would b appreciated. 698-3368. Barkowski John G. Barkowski, beloved husband of Elaine C, nee Mvdlowski; loving lather of John G. Jr. and Veronica; deatest son of Veronica and the tale John; fond of Ben, Phyllis Wiewiora. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a. m. from Kowachek Funeral Home, 5774-76 W. Lawrence Av tn St Constance Church. Interment St. Adalbert. Member of H. N. S.; Usher's Club; K. of C Council No. 1949, Elmwood Park; Fourth Degree Group St. Anthony DePadua Council. Please omit flowers. Visitation Sunday after 2:30 P. m. Beremann AAarina Beramann. nee Struck, beloved mother of Patricia IFrank Kroll; loving grandmother of Patrick, Francis, Michael and Robert Kroll; dear sister of George Struck, Agnes Klttner, Julius, Joseph nA I auurenr struck. ReStihO 8t the A. V. Furman Funeral Home, 3100 Irving Park Rd., 2 P. m., Monday. Services Tuesday, 2 p. m. Interment Acacia Park Cemeletv. IR 8-Jouu. Bickel Martha Bickel, nee Hedrlck, beloved wife of the late t-reaerick w.; oear moinei Melvin IBobl, Ronald and the late Ber-nice Tobbe; grandmother of three; great-grandmother of three; fond sister of Albert. Resting at Beukema Funeral Home, 10456 S. Western Ave. where services will be held Monday at I p. m. Interment Evergreen. Memorials to American Cancer Society will be appreciated. BE 8-2144. Blaha Anna Blaha, nee Slska, passed away at the Easlern Star Home, Rockford, III., Dec. 24, beloved wife of the late William; mother of Sylvia Pleticka, Robert Stellal Blaha; grandmother of William and Sylvia Pleticka and Roberta McCartney, great-grandmother of Marianne Pleticka; sister of Josephine end Frank Blanche Siska and Helen lEdl Stein-brecher. Member of Cicero Chapter No. 741 Order of the Eastern Star and Cicero Rebecca Lodge. Services and cremation ' Monday, Dec. 27, Rockford, III. Brucker Herta Brucker, nee spanoau, ueioveo wife of the late Ralph; sister of the laie William A. Spandau. Services Monday, 3 p. m. at the Coonev Funeral Home. 3552 Southport Av., to Grace-land Cemetery. Member of the Germania Club and Paul Revere Chapter 855 O. E. S. ! Burke Evelyn M. Burke, age 61, beloved wite of James P.; devoted mother of Marcie Nehnng, James D., Margaret Ralca and Edward C.I grandmother of nine. Funeral 9-30 a. m. Tuesday, Dec. 28. 171 from the Schmaedeke Funeral Home, 10701 S Harlem Ave., Worth, to Sacred Heart Church, 8245 W. 111th St.. Palos Hills. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. 448-6000. Byron Richard Byron, Dec. ?2. 1971, beloved husband of Zenobia Byron; uncle of two nephews and Iwo nieces; nephew of two uncles. At Lain and Son Chapel, 2121 W 95th St. where services will be held Monday Dec. 27 at 2 p. m. Interment Cedar Park. Visitation after 12 noon Sunday. Dec. 26. Member of Fort Dear-bom Post, No 268 A. L. ane I Carpenters Union Lodge, No. 199. BE 1-2182. Dammi Minnie M. Damm, nee Witt, of Berwvn, beloved wife of the late William; devoted mother of Lucille M. IGeorae H I leach-man, Eileen and the late William Damm; grandmother of Mark, Laurie and Gary Teacnman; sister of Otto and Paul Witt. Services Monday, Dec. 27, 1 p. m., at Svec and Sons Funeral Home, 6227 W. Cermak Rd. Interment Forest Home. Member of Lewrdale Camp 3e06 R. N. of A. Visitation Sunday, 2 until 9 P. m. GU 4-2050 or Bi 2-2027. Dawson Newton Bradley Dawson, beloved husband of Lucinda Margaret, nee Strother; fond father of Margaret D. Marvin) Guthaus, Laura E. IRichard Turnbow; grandfather of Sp -4 Mark, USA, David, Paul and Peggy Guthaus, William and Laura Ann Turnbow; brother of Virgil Dawson and Ruth Dickson. Services Sunday, 1 p. m., at Bourne Chapel, Kedzie Avenue, at 65th Place. Interment Tuesday, Weston, W. Va. Visitation ifter 1 p. m. Saturday. 737-3232. Dawson Priscilla A. Dawson, Dec 2., 1971 dearly beloved daughter of Petronella Dawson; loving sister of Raymond Dawson. Funeral Tuesday, Dec. 28, at 9 a. m., from the Lucas Funeral Home, 1333 W. 127th St., Calumet Park, to St. Benedict's Church, for 9:30 a. m. mass. Interment St. Casimir's cemetery. 388-1800. Denoff . Isadora Denoff, beloved husband of the late Fannie; dear father of Reuben IBernicel Denoff of Kennewick, Washington, and Amice f5am Kasper; loving grandfather of six; great grandfather of two; fond brother of Pearl Moskovitz of Detroit, Mich. Services Monday, 10 a. m. at Original Weinstein and Sons cnapei, juiv w. Peterson Ave. Interment Jewish Waldheim Cemetery, 1800 S. Harlem Ave., Forest Park, III. Please omit flowers. Chapel visitation at time of service. Information LO 1-1890. Deutschmann William C. Deutschmann, of Des Plaines, III., dearest husband of Florence, nee Ewald; fond father of Anne IGlenn! Crow of Cleveland, Ohio; dear brother of Edwin, of Chicaoo, Rudolph of Lake Forest. III. and Mildred Friti of Skokie. III.; grandfather of Keith. Visitation Sunday 7 to 9 p. m., at Des Plaines Funeral Home, 1717 Rand Rd., Des Plaines. III. Funeral services Monday 1:30 p. m. Interment St. Lucas Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions to St. John Lutheran Church, Aigonouin, III. will be appreciated. 824-0166. Gabreleskl Elirabeth M. Gabreleski, nee Kasperskl, beicsrd wite of Waiter; dear mother of Edward I Shirley i , Clareice (Eunice), Helen (Paul I Lamich, and Leorwird (Joanne); sister ot Joseph, Sianey, John ana the late James and Mane; grandmother ol nine, f-uneral Tjcsuav, Dec. 28, at 10 a. m., from the Joseph Nosek & Sons Funeral Home, 6716-18 W. 16tl St., corner of Eucdd, Berwn, to St. Mary ot Celle Church. Mass 10:3o a. m. Interment Resurrection. Visitation begins 4:30 p. m. Sunday. Gaeta Donato Gaeta, beloved husband of the late Mary, nee Luisi; devoted father erf Minnie Disabato, Ann Kramer, Patrick, Joseph, Elizabeth Jaeger and Yulanda Krawicz; dear brother of Michael Gaeta ot Waterbury, Conn.; grandfather of 14; great-grandfather of ten. At the Lukes Funeral Home, 1333 W. 127th St., after 3 p. m. Sunday. Funeral Tuesday, :15 a. m to St. Donatus Church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. FU 8-1800. Gaynor Edward J. Gaynor, beloved husband of Adelle M.; lovinq father of Mary (Donaldl Graffv and Barbara (Frankl Harris; grandfather of nine; dear brother of Raymond Gaynor and Jean Ravmon. Funeral services Tuesday, Dec. 28 at 8:30 a. m. from Otto V. Stransky 8. Son Funeral Home, 5112 S. W-tstern Ave., to St. Basil's Church for mass at 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery. PR 8-0700. Geary John D. Geary, beloved husband of Margaret L., nee Loftus; dear father of John D. Jr. IMarillyn) of South Bend, I net. . Jean Kennedy (R. PaulJ of London, England; and William T., (Nancy) of Wilmette, III.) brother of the late Gilbert and Robert; tond grandfather of ten. Member of Notre Dame Club of Chicago. Memorials may be sent to the Heart Fund of Chicago. Funeral Monday, Dec. 27, 10:30 a.m., to Mary Seat of Wisdom Church, Park Ridge. Mass of the Resurrection, 11 a. m. In. ferment All Saints. Visitation at the Nelson Funeral Home, 820 Talcott Rd., at Cumberland, Park Ridge, Sunday, after 2 p. m. In Memoriam Dovereux Michael M. Devereux Sr. on your birthday. Dec. 26th. I have lost my soul's companion A life linked with my own And day bv day I miss you more As I walk through life alone. LOVING WIFE SUSAN Giordano Theresa Giordano, dearest mother. Remembering you on this day. ALL YOUR CHILDREN. Olenski Theodore A. Olenski, Dec. 26, 1969 Your memory is a keepsake, With which I will never part, Tho God has you in his keeping, I have you In my heart. LOVING WIFE VICKIE Fraternal Notices CHICAGO LOCAL NO. 245 L. P. I. U William Rosowitz, retired pressman, passed away Dec. 22, 1971. Services from Baron Funeral Home. 2644 N. Central Av., Monday, Dec. 27, at 10 a. m. Will be waked Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 25 and 26. Harry R. Spohnholtz, president. Announcements ELIMINATE Sufteting Contribute to CANCER Research. Give MEMORIAL or BEQUEST. TAX DEDUCTIBLE. The Cancer Research Foundation 9 E. Jackson 427 8855 Cada See Edward A. Czys notice. Callaghan John A. Callaghan, beloved husband of Haidee Kenner Callaghan; brother of Ell C. Wood of Davenport, lowe. Visitation Sunday, 1-9 P. m. Funeral Monday, 10 a m., from Donnellan Funeral Home. Jetterv Blvd. at 77th St., to St. Philip Neri Church. Mass 10:30 a. m. Interment SI. Mary's. SO 1-8821. Campbell Mabelle S. Campbell, Dec. 23. 1971, wife of the late Finlev B. Campbell; mother ot Mrs. Barbara (Thilo Ml Best; grandmother of Barbara Bridges and Thilo H. Best; great-grandmother n t ci tun visitation. Services and in terment at convenience or lamnr. memorials may be given to Chicago Com-mons Assoc., 915 N. Walcolt. Chicago. 337-3036. Canon ico Frank Canonlco ICarusol, formerly ef 725 S Leavilt St., beloved husband of Belle; fond son of the late Domlnick and Marianne; brother of Carmen, Lizzie Fratinardo, Nick, Ann Gneco and the late Angelo and Tony; uncle of many meces and nephews. Funeral Tuesday. 9am from the Galewood Chapel, 1857 N Harlem to St. Cailistus Church. Entombment Queen of Heaven. Please omit flowers. 889 1700 or AU 7 8600. Carlson Matilda Carlson of Glencoe. beloved w.fe of 'he late Aiel B.; loving mother ol Mrs. Victor Thelmal Neumark, Herbert. LeRoy and Harold; devoted grandmother ot five; great-grandmother ot two Services 2 p m. Monday, Dec. 27, at KeMey & Spalding Funeral Home. 1787 Deerlield Rd., Highland Park. Interment Randhill Park. In lieu ot flowers, memorials may be made to the Highland Park Hospital Foundation. 831-4260. Dionne Rev. Joseph A. Dionne, age 77, Dec. 22, 1971 at Signal Mt., Tenn., dear sen of the late Joseph and Victorine, nee Rivard; fond cousin of Cecilia Pilotte of Fowler, Ind., Denelda Charais ol Goodland, Ind., Nicholas Charais of Ladysmith, Wis., and Victoria Hill of Gary, Ind. Visitation at the Doty.Pan-ozzo Funeral Home. 214 E. 115th St., Sunday, Dec. 26, after 6 p. m. Lying in state at St. Louis France Church, 117th and S. State Sts., after 2 p. m. Monday. Funeral Tuesday, Dec. 28, 1971, at St. Louis Church. Mass 11 a. m. Interment Mt ralwrv rmtrv VMb.tu ft.- ber of San Salvador Council No. 292, I K of C, retired pastor of St. Louis of I i-rance cnurcn. (1942-1968). Drane Heiry J. Drane, 11 W. Division St., Dec. 24, 171, beloved husband of Linnea M. Drane. nee Borg; father of the late John and Henry Drane; grand- rainer ot tour and one great-grandchild. At Lain aid Son Chapel, 1035 N Dearborn St., where services will be held Monday, Dec. 2?, at lo a. m Interment Oak Hill. 33 7 3036. Drozy IDroszwowski Walter A. Drozy (Droszkowskil, beloved husband of Bemice, nee Fifielski; loving father of Henrietta IRovl O'NoiM, Sylvia IGeorgel SiDusich; fond broihe-of Jennie Siapka; devoted grandfather of four. Funeral Tuesday. Dec. 26, -30 . m., from Colonial Fune'ai Hon-e, 6750 N. Milwaukee Av , to St. John Brjbeuf Church. Interment St. Adalbert. Visitation after 7 p. m. Sunday SP 4-0366. Ecktiahl Geraghty Eileen Welch Geraghty, beloved wife of Jerome J. Geraghty; loving mother of Marie, Lawrence Larryl, Marilyn, Rita, Nancy, Sharon, Edward, Thomas, Jerome, Eileen, Julie, Daniel and the late Patricia; fond daughter of Mary and the late Lawrence Welch; dear sister of John ICalherinel, Charles IDorothr) Welch, Sr. Mary Ellen, O. P. and Dorothy (Jim Augustine. Visitation starting after 6 p.m., Saturday. Funeral Tuesday, 9:45 a. m. from the Sheehy Funeral Home, 10727 S. Pulaski Rd. to St. Catherine of Alexandria Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. ST 3-7700. Gersh Rose Gersh. nee Winik, beloved wife of the late Gustav; dear mother of Helen Wathen, Olga Berowm, Rose Steigerwaid, Mary Ellis and John Gersh; grandmother of 11 and great-grandmother of ten. Funeral Tuesday, Dec. 28. 9:15 a. m. from Drake & Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western Av., to Queen of All Saints Basilica. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Mary-hill Cemetery. Visitation alter 3 p. m. Sunday. 561-6874. Gizi See Louis D Mamie Eckdahl. nee Wolf, beloved wife of Ihe late William; dear mother of Louise (Raymond) Cashman; tond sister of Fred, Frances, Wintercorn, John Louise Erffmever, Madeline and the late Joseph. Funeral Monday. 9:15 a. m., from Bourne Chapel, Kedzie Avenue and 65th Place, to St. Waiter Church. Mass 10 a m. Intrmnf AAaruc AftamK. .1 .Ad en's Auxiliary. Blue Island American : Gomoll Legion, post No. 50. 737-3232. AzzareMi notice. Golbeck Anna Golbeck, nee Langa, age 73, of Crystal Lake, beloved wife of Fred; fond aunt of several nieces and nephews. Resting 5 to 10 p.m., Sunday at Warner & Flagg Funeral Home, 2 N. Williams St., Crystal Lake. Chapel service 1 p m,, Monday. Interment McHenry County Memorial Park. (815) 459-3000. Goldberg Sara Goldberg, nee Lilienthal, of 3101 N. Sheridan Rd.. beloved wife of the late Morns; dear mother of Philip Gray, Richard W. Goldberg of Winnetka. Rayna Miller of Wilmette and the late Leonard Goldberg; devoted grandmother of eight; great-grandmother ot one; fond sister of Esther Zelens, Flora Horwick, Harriet Holstine of Lima, Ohio, Mildred Minsky and the late Sigmund Lilienthal. Services Monday, 1 p. m., at Piser Memorial Chapel, 52T6 N. Broadway. Interment Free Sons Cemeterv, Wa'dheim. Friends are asked to pay their respects at the tim ot services. LO 1-4740. Eklund Charles E. Eklund. beloved husband of the late Fride; loving father of Lillian Eklund and Vivian (Frankl Gildner cf Evaosville, Wis.; fond grandfather of Stan end Dan Gildner; fond brother of Ellen Peterson of Corpus Christi, Tas. Services Monday, 1:30 p.m., at Edgar-Anderson Funeral Home, 4821 N. Damen Av. Interment Ridgewood. Member of Carpenter's Union Local No. 181. Visitation after 4 p. n., Sunday. LO 1-2016. F.nclish ., .... . , j . . . , ( See Frank Canonico notice. Cecil English, beloved husband of Pa-I : tncia, nee Berg; dearest fath-r of James ' 'S"1"" and Jeffrey; loving son of Robert and Edith; fond brother of Irene Kanka. Resting at the Schlerf Funeral Home. 2118 Lawrence Av. from 7 lo p. m. Sunday. Services 10 a. m. Monday. Interment Rosehill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to the Cancer Society are preferred. LO 1-4850. Louise M. Gomoll, nee Leverone, age 78, formerly of Austin, beloved wife of the late Richard; fond mother of Richard IMarv) and Robert IJeani; grandmother of seven. Resting at Hitreman Funeral Horre, 9445 W. 31st St.. Brookfield. Funeral Monday, 9.30 a. m. to St. Louise de Mariilac Church, La Grarge Park. Mass 10 a m. Interment Queen of Heaven Visitation Sunday 10 a. m. until 10 P. m. 405-2000. Grabes See Elizabeth M. Gabreleskl notice. Grieco Killprl N'rar Racine Mrs. Carol Baumann, 33, of !nois Police Association, Police Benevolent Association, and Police Post, No. 207, of the American Legion. Survivors include his widow, Elizabeth; two sons, Edmund J. Jr. and Robert P.; a daughter, Rita Jean; 11 grandchildren; and two brothers. 306 S. Hickory St., Mundelein, was killed Friday night in a two-car accident near Racine, Wis. Mrs. Baumann's husband, Ralph, and their three children were hospitalized with injuries and burns. Racine police said the Baumann family was pulled from the burning wreckage by a passing motorist. Willard Meinen, 32, of Kansasville, Wis., the driver of the other car, also was killed. As of midnight Christmas Day, 414 persons had been Ullckt nn tha nation's hicrhuava since the three-day holiday toll! MOUNT MARION N. Y., began at 6 p. m. Thursday. j Dec. 25 (UPD-Two loaded Penn Up to midnight Friday, 520! Central freight trains crashed r . r . ..." '. . . i i i i j ij.. rru had been Killed in i neauuu iiu uumcu uiuoy. mc Death Notices 2 Penn Central Freights Crash, Burn; 5 Hurt persons traffic accidents in Cook County since Dec. 31. Of those, 268 were in Chicago, where. 36,875 persons were injured in the same period. Deaths Elsewhere wreckage looked "like the proverbial fires of hell." Two crewmen were badly injured and three suffered minor in juries. State police said a train with 12 locomotives and 104 cars heading South from Selkirk to Weehauken, N. J., hit a northbound train making the opposite run with four locomotives and 112 cars. Four locomotives and 13 cars on the northbound train jumped the rails in the crash. lost A. Alex Shuford, 66, one of the South's best known textile industrialists; president of Hick- . t. -J cu.. J r " ory spinners, inc ana am.- southbound train ford Mills, Inc.; of cancer, m oniy its four engines. Hickory, N. C. Lawrence Gilbo, 60, of Cliff- Turner C. Cameron Jr., 57, side Park, N. J., was in criti-State Department diplomat for j cal condition at Benedictine nearly 30 years; after an ex- hospital in Kingston. Frank Abbott Alice M. Abbott, nee Jubv. late of Chicago, Dec. 24. beloved wife of the late Everett; dearest sister of Mabel Weber and Maude Kenner; daughter of the late John and Mary Codderrie Jubr. Funeral Monday, Dec. 27, at 9:30 a m. from the Kromryk Funeral Home, 1843 Burr Oak Av. 1 1 27th Street, Blue Island, tor mass at 10 a. m., to Holy Rosary Church, 100 W. 108th Place, Chicago. Interment Mount Olivet. Visitation Sunday after 2 p.m. FU S0232. Adams Christine D. Adams of Des Plaines, be- loved daughter of Fredrick H. and Carol; fond sister of Fred H.; dear granddaughter of Georgene Adams, Merle and Dorothy Van Dyke. Visitation Sunday 2-8 a. m. at the Oehler Funeral Home, Lee at Perry Sts., Des Plaines, where Services will be held Monday at 1 P. m. Interment Mt. Emblem. In lieu ol flowers, contributions to the Christine D. Adams Trust Fund appreciated. 824-5155. Ades Bennett Ades. of 6210 N. Washtenaw, beloved husband of Alice, nee Goldstein; loving fattier of Jeffery and Barry Ades; dear son of the late Jacob and Mary; tond brother ot Richard S. IGertrudel Ades, Evelyn IHarrvl Sherling, Sadelle IMichael Sherling, Harry IRosel Ades, Morrie IManel Adel, Gertrude IMauncel Epstein, Lorraine Tomme. the late Helen Mann; dear brother-in-law of Lawrence Mann; dear son-in-law of Irving Glick and Ihe late Gladys Glick; dear son-in-law ol Morris Goldstein. Services Monday, 11 a. m., at Wcinslein Bros. Chapel, 1300 Devon. Interment Westlawn. Visitation at lime of service. RO 1-2400. Allen Lucy J. Allen, sister of Ihe late Lillian Summerville, Lena Keilman, Laura and Kathryn Allen. Visitation after 4 p. m. Sunday at Peterson Funeral Home, 6938 W. North Av. Services Monday. 1 :30 p. m. Interment Forest Home. Member of Butler Chapter No. 36 0. E. S. Please omit flowers. 437-4441. Anderson Esther Anderson, beloved wife of Fred; loving mother of David, Carl and Nadine Burmeister; dear sister of Leroy Ahlgren; eight trandchildren. Resting at Schroeder-Westlall Chapel, 3807 N. Lincoln Av., where services will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Heart Fund appreciated. 281-3450. FOR FUNERAL LUNCHEONS From 10 to 100 Parsons Call BELVEDERE CATERING 6012 W. Grand 237-0512 tended illness, in Montgomery, Ala. Dr. James E. Mendcnhall, 68, education director of Consumers Union for 10 years before he retired in 1969; in White Plains, N. Y Carcick, 57, of West New York, N. J., the fireman was reported in fair condition. The other in- Human Chain Saves 4 Boys in Channel LOS ANGELES, Dec. 25 UPl- Amadeo It Cruz, 68. Health More than 40 men formed l a rlous eapaoba; m cpSn"rcam six miles . Francis A. Callery, 73, a New York City investment banker who helped found Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corp.; in Del Ray Beach, Fla. a record Christmas rain bat tered Southern California. The boys were rescued last night by more than 40 police and sheriff's deputies, using ropes anchored by motorists. Azzarctti Louis D. Ariarelll, dearly beloved husband of Theresa, nee Gui; loving son ot Mary, nee Mogni and Ihe late Joseph Anarettl; lond brother ol Pierina Lo-Bue; uncle ot many nieces and nephews. Funeral Tuesday, Dec. 28, 8:45 a. m. from DeNicolo-Lesniak Funeral Home, 5734-40 W. Diversey Av., corner of Mango. Mass 9:30 a.m. at St. John Bosco Church, McVlcker and Belden Av. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery. Visitation Sunday after 6 P.m. 889-0114. Baker Isma B. Baker, of 1 Jackson Av., Glencoe, Dec. 23, 1971, in Highland Park Hospilal, beloved wile of Percy Baker; loving aunt of Betty Jo Coleman of Tougaloo College, Miss. Visitation will be at Ihe House of Thompson, 1917 Asbury, Evanston, Dec. 27, 840 9 p.m. Funeral services at St. Paul A. M. E. Churrh, Glencoe, Tuesday at II a.m. Interment sunset Memonai uoruens, Northbrook, III. Ballard Anna F. Ballard, beloved wife of the late Louis E.I loving mother of Mrs. Florence West, Mrs. Irene Gillespie, Mrs. Gretchen Whitney, Joseph R., Mrs. Doris Schoreck, Leonard W. and Lewis E. Jr.; devoted grandmother of 21, 17 great-grandchildren. Resting at Starr Chapel, 2334 W. llllh St. Services 9:30 a. m. Monday, Interment Mount Hope. Visitation Sunday. Caruso See Frank Canonico notice. j Castritsis Emmanuel P. Castritsis, beloved husband of Bess.e. nee Mihelakis; loving father ot Pauline INicholasl Nicholas, George IFIorinel, Dr. Peter IPatricia) and James Castritsis; dear brother of Ellas Castries, Therapia Haraiambus and the late Peter and Alex Castritsis and Irene Si-mitopoulou; devoted grandfather ot ten Visitation Sunday, 3-10 p. m., at Chapel 01 Adinamis Funeral Directors, 4700 N. Western Ave. Funeral Monday, 11 a. m., from chapel. Services 11:30 a. m. at St. Andrew Church, 5449 N. Sheridan Rd. Interment Elmwood. 334 1700. Chobot Millard Chobott beloved husband of Elinor; dear father ot Sally IMaior C. R II USAF1 Harrington and Robert Chobot; brother of Betty Forest and Alice (Frankl Riska; grandfather of Robbie Harrington. Services Monday, Dec 27, 1 P m., t H. Matik Sons, 6507 W. Cermak Rd., Berwvn. Cremation Bohemian National Cemetery. Visitation Sunday after 4 p. m. Info., GU 4-6310 or Bi 2-3255. Clark Abbie E. Clark, beloved wife of the late Alfred H.; fond mother of Esther lEdwardl Petersen, Florence McGilvra, AAraArt iriarenrel Jensen. Alfred J. Glavds) Clark and the late Frances Stanke and Eva Buckley; grandmother of 14; great-grandmother of 17. Services Monday, 1 P. m., at Richer! and Meyer Funeral Home, 320 W. Lake St., Addison Interment Elmwood Park Cemetery. Visitation Sunday 2 lo 10 p. m. Comiskey Alice V. Comiskey, nee Sheehan; beloved wife of the late William; dear mother of Helen C. (John Burkhardt and William E. lAmandal Comiskey, sister of the late Mary Fltipatnck and Elirabeth McGuire. In lieu of flowe's, memorials may be made to Little Brothers of the Poor. Funeral Monday, Dec. 27, 9-30 a. m to Ascension Chutch. Mass of Ihe Resurrection 10 a. m. n-terment Calvary. Visitation at Smith Funeral Home, 245 Madison St., Oak park, Sunday, 2 lo 9 P. m. Considine See Joseph M. Zimmerman notice. Crew See John Thomas Pike notice. Cunningham Jessie Cunningham, Washington And Jane Smith Home, Dec. 23, 1971. At Lain ind Son Chapel, 2121 W. 95th St. where services will be held Monday, Dec. 27, at 10 a. m. Interment Mount Hope. 238 2182. Cushman Mrs. Arthur Wesley Cushman, age 86, ot 70 E. Cedar St., Chicago, Dec 23, 1971, mother of Mrs. Stuart W Wells Jr. of Wavzata, Minn, and Mrs. Wesley M. Dion of Lake Forest; grandmother of Arthur K. Kribben, Delafield Kfiboen, Stuart W. Wells III and Patrick C. Wells; three great-grandchildren. Memorial services will be held on Monday, Dec 27, 4 P. m., at Mrs. Cushman s apartment, 70 E. Cedar St., Chicago. Kindly omit flowers. 234-0022. Fergen Peter M. Fergen, beloved husband nf i Catherine Mx nee Urman; beloved father ! of Kenneth P. ILucillei; devoted grandfather of Lawrence, Karen and Randtil; fond brother nf Julius IMarv), Mane 1 Cullerton. Ellen Schimel, Bell Ferften and Catherine Garand Funeral Monday 1 1015 a. m. from Pfaff Funeral Home, 50O1 N. Lincoln Ave , to St. Bftholomew Church. Interment Memory Gardens. Visitation begins Saturday 7 p. m. 728-1700. j Filipello j Tony lAntoniol Filipello. hutband ol i the late Christina; fond father of Frank 1 Uenniel, Eugene IMarvl, Caroline IBenl ' Volpe, Marty ILupel and Bob; grand- ; fa'h" r 1-- 'a -onndtri?- n P; i brother of Angeline Aceto. Funeral Tuesday, 9 a. m. from the Belmont Funeral Home, 7120 W. Belmont Ave., to Our j Lady of Charity Church, Cicero. 10 a m. mass. Entombment Queen of Heaven I Information 286-2500. Visitation Sunday after 6 p. m. Forest ! Gust Forest, beloved husband nf the late Ada and Sgne; devoted father of Stanley E. Brendal and Paul H. ! (Carolynl; dear grandfather of Nancy IRonl See and Susan Forest; greatgrandfather of two; dear brother of Ellen Elverson, of La Jnlla, Cel.; also one brother and one sister In Sweden. Service Monday, Dec. 27. 11 a. m , at Edgar Funeral Home, 10900 S. Cicero. Interment Oak Hill. Visitation after 2 p. m. Sunday. 723-0876 or 423-1600. Forsberg Martin H. Forsberg, Dec. 24, 1971, beloved husband of the late Maria; loving father of Margaret Nelson and Marvin Forsberg; dear grandfather ol Richard Lee Forsberg and Arlene Nelson. Services Tuesday, 1 p. m. at Nelson Funeral Chapel, 5149-51 N. Ashland Av., at Foster. Interment private. Visitation after 3 p. m. Sunday. LO 1-51 47. Fratinardo See Frank Canonico notice. Fumo See Tony fAntoniol Filipello notice. See John Jaras noice. Grycel Victoria Grycel. nee Duslak; beloved wife of the late Felin Grycel; loving mother of Florence Limmeier, Dorotnv Shear and the late Henry Tarsa; fond grandmother of Edmund Hock Jr. Funeral Monoay, Dec. 27, 1971, 1:30 p m. from Noworul Memorial Chapel. 2658 S. Central Pa'k Av. Interment Cedar Park Ceme'ery. 762-2233. Grzesinski Mike J. Grtesinski of Hoffman Estates, beloved husband of Rita, nee Bieschke; fond father of Laura and Linda; brother of William Mrmbrr rf Chauffeurs Warehousemen, and Helpers Local 738, I. B. of T. Funeral Tuesday, Dec. 28, af 10:45 a. m. from the Ahiqrim & Sons Funeral Home. 330 W. Golf Rd. IRte. 581 Schaumburg. to St. Hubert Chuecn. Mass 11:15 a. m. Visitation after 2 p. m. Monday. Liturgical service Monday at I p. m. Interment St. Michael. 882-5580. Ilaiflt-igh May Belle Haifleioh, nee Foster, be'oved wife of the laie Claude J.; loving sister ot Lt. Col. Georqe L. FoMer ot Hunts-viMe. Ala. and WiiUam K. Foster of Redwood City. Cal. Funeral Tuesday at 9 "0 a. m. from the Conbov Funeral Hme. A150 W. North Av.. to St. Catherine of Sirna Church. Mas 10 a. m. interment Forest Home. Visitation after 2 0, m. Mordav. 237-1134. lleecard Nplda Heegard, age 86, of Elmhurst. 111.; sister of Else Garst. At the Pedersen-Rvberg Mortuary, 435 N. York St., Elmhurst, where friends may call Monday, 10 a. m. and where services will be held Monday, 11 a. m. Interment Naperville Cemetery. Info 834-1133. Hogner William Hegner, Dec. J4, 1971, beloved husband of Florence Buckley Hegner; dear brother of Ella Sasek, Mae Hansa, Emilie Visek, Clement and Henry Hegner and Etla Horkv. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a. m. from Sullivan and Son Funeral Home, 6311 N. Clark St.. to St. Henry Church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Calvary. Heymanson Ivan Heymanson, former president of A'mns Corp . beloved husband ot the late Beuiah. nee Stan-per. Friends may pav their respects Sunday, 4 to 8 p. m., at North Town Memorial Chapel, 6130 N. California Av., where services will be held Monday, 2 p. m. 338-2300. FUliERAL DI8ECT0BV Dapendable Inrormatlon, guidance and arrangements ara a faw el the services offered by the Funeral Directors listed here! WEST CHRASTKA MEMORIAL CHAPELS 3440 W. 26th St. 762-1211 6X1 w. Cermak Rd. OL 2-1023 SOUTHWEST Cyz Victoria Cvi, nee Clesla, late of Brighton Pa" beloved wife of the late Jo-seph; dear mother of Rev. Edward T. Cvi, Frances IJnseohl Sanders, Stanley llulial, John Sophie, Walter IHelenl, L . 1 W lu lata AAarvann ROOert itnceni ohu , - - Zygadlo and Joseph, Jr.i loving rhd-mother of 11; great-grandmolher of three. Funeral Tuesday, Dec. 28, ot 10:30 a. m. from Fortune Funeral Hone, 4401 S. Kedrie Av , to St. Pancratius Church. Mass 11 . m. Interment Resurrection. LA 3-7781. Czys Edward A. Ciys, devoted husband of Ella M , nee Cada; beloved father of Kenneth E Ctvs and Jane IMIchaell Neigoda; loving snn of Mary end the late Andrew Cm; tond brother of Cecilia IStanleyl Rysi and the late Milton ILorralnel Civs; brothers and sisters In law, nieces and nephews. Funeral Monday, Dec. 27, 1971, 10 a. m., from Berwyn Funeral Home., 2921 S. Harlem Ave., Berwyn to Divine Infant Jesus Church, Westchester for Mass t 11 I. m. Inlerm-nt Resurrection. Member of Taylor Forge Mml. Club. Visilailon Saturday, 6 to 10 p. rn., Sunday 10 a. m., to 10 p. m. BEUKEMA FUNERAL HOME 10456 S. Western BE 8-2144 RAOY-OILL FUNERAL HOME 2929 W. 87th St. 636-2600 EDGAR FUNERAL HOME 10900 S. Cicero, Oak Lawn 723 08 '6 EOAN FUNERAL HOME 3700 W. 63rd St. LU 2-2O0O THOMAS MclNERNEY SONS 7901 S. Komensky Ave. LU 5 0702 MrPHFB FUNERAL HOMES 7133 S. Western Ave., Chicago PR 6-0776 1104 S. Hamillon, Lockport 015-TE 8-0345 J. LOUIS O'HANLEY FUNERAL HOME 2100 W. 95th St. NORTHWEST CHAS. W. ANDERSON 4325 Armitage Ave. BE 5-2381 OTTO J. JAEGER FUNERAL HOME 3526 N. Cicero Ave. MALEC FUNERAL HOME 834-38 N. Ashland Ave. 6000 N. Milwaukee Ave. JOHN C. MEISZNER 5624 W. Irving Park Rd. HENRY W. MUELLER 5308 W. Belmont Ave. CHRIST NIELSEN, INC. 3301 W. Fullerton THEIS FUNERAL HOME 3517-37 N. Pulaski Rd. Kl 5-1390 HA 1-500 774-4100 PE fi-9000 AV 6-8740 Funeral Heme BE 5-6870 IN 3-500 SUBURBAN SOUTH THOMAS MclNERNEY SONS 46J5 S, Wallace bl. BO 1-0703 WMSH LLOYD OBARTUCH 9900 S. Throop St. BE 1 2321 HEINEN A LOSCHETTER 4727 W. 103d St., Oak Lawn 42S-40M Residence 425-4527 R YAN-PARKE FUNERAL HOME 120 S. N. W. Hwy., Park Rldgt 823-1 IJ! SCHMAEDEKE FUNERAL HOME 10701 S. Harlem Ave., Worth 448-6000 FUNERAL DIRECTORS WHO DESIRE INFORMATION REGARDING THIS DIRECTORY WHICH RUNS WEDNESDAY, FRI0AY AND SUNDAY, PHONE 222-4009

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