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f , . Chicago Tribune, Tuesday. June 19. 1973 Section 3 15 Death notices Sebastiane Tummtno, net Curt'olo. 091 dl. wifa of tha lata Cnlooarot mother af Living faith Rosaow Last vet of Indian wars dies at age 101 Rose Tummlno, Josephine I Earl) Shaffer and the late Lillian Scalellar grandmother of Russell Scalettai lister of Cruciflssa Giunla and Joseph Curatolo. Resting at Penouo Bros. Funeral Home, 300 E. 115 St. Funeral Wednesday, f e. m. to St. Catherine of Genoa Church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre, pq s-2030. - v v Pred Rosmw, beloved husband f ctn. J'.IM,D,h,' 'er of Judith - h",!fh Piitt!lo and Carole Joy? dei, rOthW Of Mildred rBnhrtl Cllh. Comyanion injured " . Evanston cyclist, 11, hit, killed by auto ( By Harold Biake Walker uncle of Denlse. Visitation Monday after w: HiB,ln,"A;. Lr. ...w Turner FREDERICK W. Fraske, nutshell, being prepared for it. The Indians weren't bad eggs, Helen Turner, nee Geuri, beloved wife of Theodore) loving mother of Bud I Marilyn I, Helen (Lester) Vleu, Dorothy (Lawrence Caponlgro and Edward Turner; dear sister of Joseohlne (late Wll- uV ?' ." Lutheran Church, 7400 W. Foster from 12 aclock noon until 1imt SiiJf p. m- ,r"fnnf Mount Olive. In lieu of flowen, memorial! to 2?.2:.,',m!1 Lutheran Church would bo appreciated. 774-3231. Rowley' who at 101 was the last U. S. Army veteran of; the Indian namj Abraham, Clara tcdwergj Bennett, LUIS MARTINEZ, 15, ot Frank IMaryann) Gaura, late Eleanore not more than anyone else, but -they've been abused. We had 1214 N. Paulina St., died early yesterday in St ' Elizabeth's wars, died yesterday In his home at 3746 N. Spaulding Av. no serious trouble with them." Mr. Fraske served three TWO EVANSTON BOYS were injured, one fatally yesterday when the bicycle on which they were riding was hit by an auto at Wilder Street and Florence Avenue in the suburb. Ricky Cobbins, 11, of .830 Crain St, died in St. Francis John Themes -Rowley, ago 74. of Urn-bard, formerly of cicoro, beloved husband of the lata Anna Maria, nee Ulrlch; fond father of Mrs. June (Glenn Bowers of Lombard and John T. (Ramonal Rowley of Media, Pe.i dear grandfather of five. Funeral services Wednesday, 10 a. m. at the Brust Funeral Home, 135 S. Main St., Lombard. Masonic utrvlrM Tiiauw. ! Mr. Fraske was born in Germany, and came to years and three months as a Hospital of multiple injuries he suffered when the bicycle he was riding and a car collided near Wood Street and Potomac Avenue Sunday night. uamesj Biniamcwici, lata Joseph lAnn Gaura, late Robert (Irene) Gaura and the late Martha Abraham) grandmother of seven; great-grandmother of one. Fo-. Funeral Wednesday, 1:30 a. m., from Pomierskl I. son Funeral Home, 1059 W. 52d, St., to St. Barbara Church. Interment Resurrection. Visitation itartl Monday at a p. m. YA 7-4424. . . Van Joseph Van, age 43, of West Chicago, beloved husband of Ann, nee Kruegert loving father of Joseph, Joann, .John, private in F Company, 17th America in 1877 with bis parents and four brothers. Infantry, beginning in 1894 and f p. m. under the Auslpcel of the Cicero Lodge, No. 55, A. F. a. A. M. Visitation trior a p. m. Monday. Interment The driver, of the car, Juan his only encounter with west Hospital, Evanston, 8 hours wren uata cemetery, ajy-ouv. Ryan. HE ENLISTED in the Army on Feb. 22, 1894, at State and ern Indians ended without vio ivamy alio - marr cucfif vwmi svn m i . - . Ruth end the late Joseph Van Vlierber- after the BCCldent Police Said Garcia, 49, of 2622 Augusta Blvd., was charged with driving too fast for conditions and was scheduled to appear in Traffic Court July 19, police lence. Madison Streets. His $9 a Thomif H. Ryan Jr., tot 74, of HlgV land Like, III., beloved husband of Louise, net sleborti dear father of THOSE WHO WERE "lovers of money" In the 1st Century scoffed at Jesus. The Master was only a foolish dreamer talking about love, when hate was heavy in the atmosphere; urging generosity and largeness of spirit, when men were ardent in the pursuit of things for themselves. , ' It was to such as these that Jesus spoke when He said, "Lay not up for yourselves treasures on the earth." Notice, if you will, the phrase "for yourselves." The prohibition is not against laying up treasure, but laying up treasure selfishly and without other concern. THERE IS a curious fact that runs thru our spiritual history, namely that spiritual values suffer in times of serious economic depression and at times of vigorous and expanding prosperity and affluence. We suffer spiritually from poverty on one side and from prosperity on the other. The phenomenon is by no means new. John Wesley sensed the spiritual hazards of affluence. He wrote: . ' I ear wherever riches have increased, the essence of religion has decreased in the same proportion. Therefore, I do not see how it is possible, in the nature of things, for any revival of true religion to continue long. For religion must necessarily produce both industry and frugality, and these cannot but produce riches. But as riches increase, so will pride, anger, and love of the world. ( . ' The simple truth is that the more we possess, the more we are tempted to rely on possessions as props for our lives and to discount our dependence on God. Lorraine (Joseph Gnau, Patricia (El- month pay helped bis widowed v said. sunj verper ana i nomas n. LVirginiaJ Ryan Jr.) fond brother of William j. en fond brother of Donald Phyllis, . . j u ' j; - . Katherlne Frank Wadda and Lorraine nB had Deen rWUlg On ' UIO Sn!Z&pZ& handle bars of a bicycle pedal- iVarVi'Mt by Robert Foster, 15, of masi. Burial In Calvary Cemetery, .West llil Sherman AV.. Who Was Chicago. Visitation Tuesday from 3 1o ...... . p. m. 23H300. , reported. in satisfactory condi- VanZant V5" . tion in the hospital. mother support her family. He was assigned as a first aid man and litter bearer with the company at Cheyenne, Wyo. He sometimes recalled Sr. and Raymond J. Ryan; dear grand- DENNIS G. Kapkus, 33, a Tairmr 01 i.j vreai-eranoraTner or Two. Restinn al Strano Funeral Chanel, iin F. Belvidere Rd., Grayslakt. Funeral mass 10 a. m. Wednesday, at St. . Gilbert Church, .Grayslake. Interment Calvary Cemetery, Evanston. In lieu of flowers, friends please contribute to American Cheyenne as a- wild place, Martha Grace VenZent, loving wile of I Sgt. Gerald Kirkham of patrolman with the Glenwood Police Department, and his wife, Adrianne, 32, were killed Sunday when a pickup truck crashed head-on into their car the late Dr. Noble VanZanti mother of iti..i. t- . j j. the late Or. Frank. Evelvn Ward (Max), EVanStOn POUCe Said WllneSSe3 chiefly an unloading station JZ" l&'i&!SS3XX told him that the bicycle went c'anJIy FtTrinJ. thru the stop sign and turned on U. S. Hwy. 66, near Joseph After his military service he ' returned to Chicago aid! worked as a painter until he was 65. He then worked anoth-' er 23 years as a plant guard : before he retired. Since last October he had received . part-time nursing ' service at home from the Veterans Administration. He lived with a daughter, Lillian, his only survivor. for cattle, "where they'd shoot the lights out." HE HAD A simple explana into the path of an auto driven City, Ariz. day, June 20, 1973, 10 a, m., St. Pet.rick i, Momence, IIL. Vergauwen. 4V.'-'-.' ' ' by Mrs. Carol Wellmanr, 31, of Police said two Dapkus chil neert rung, za-ta. Sandrik . ; ,:-v'", Stefan Sandrik, beloved husband of Julia, e Jancovlci loving father of Olge i Lawrence) Kane and. William' Rltalt dear grandfather of Larry- (Kathleen) Kane, Linda Kane, Dennis end Timmv 'Sandrik; fond brother of Laura (Frank): Kennedy! Anna Ray Coiilns, the late Anto end John Antoinette, Funeral ' Thursday, :30 a. m., from Columbian I ' Funeral Home, 4621 W. North Ave., Oak 1 ' Park, to St. Ferdinand Church. Mass 9:30 e. m. Interment Our Lady of Sorrows .'Cemetery. Visitation after a p. m. Tues- tion for the lack of shooting in 1110 Florence Av.-No charges were placed against Mrs. Well- dren, Dennis, 14, and Bart, 12, were injured in the crash and were in critical condition in his only brush with Indians. Mary Vergauwen,! nee Pluwelf, beloved wife of the late Henry; dear mother of, Alice Harrln fond orandmother of Mary "We were all prepared for Ann end the late Jo Ann. Private aery, man, : Ices were held on Monday, Jung II... I nearby Helbrook Hospital. it. That's the whole thing in a WrUln. ' ; LINDA FLAHERTY,' 22, of Stelli Wdslo, nee Stoiek, beloved wife 5253 Church St., Skokie, died Guard us against selishness, O God, and from reliance SS,Jn iTmUSSPJTXLZ yesterday morning in Resur. on things that are ultimately insubstantial as props to sustain icecei a; grandmother 9i panng iyr- recnon HOSpiiai, me SeCOna In Memory of our Beloved President our lives.' Amen. . wy. vi a-juig or t vom. , . . , Scafuri , John R. scafuri, beloved husband of the late Connie) loving father of Vlrginie Ray Neri) fond brother of Grace (Edward) Skehan and Joseph Frances, nee Clminoli dearest orandtather of David , and Remte. Funeral Thursday, t a. m ' from Conbor Funeral Home, 4150 W. ' North Av.. to St. Vincent Ferrer Church. Idokt great-grandmother of lour. Funeral Victim ,01 a motOrcyCle-autO Chicago's blood donations Wednesday, June 20, 9:30 a. m.i from accident on East River Road n. paua Funeral Home. 1200-M w. near Berwyn Avenue. . 51 St St., to St. John of God Church, Entombment Resurrection Mausoleum. During last 24 hours Group will hear 4 city columnists Miss Flaherty was riding on a motorcycle driven by David . River Forest. Mass 10 a; m. Entombment Queen of Heaven Mausoleum. Visitation Tuesday after 4 p. m. and Wednesday 4 to 10 p. m. Please omit flowers. -U34. . PINTS 161 191 Blood Clvtn Blood Usod Marshall, 30, of 5441 N. East River Rd., who dies Sunday in BO 1-5257.; . ' , ,; weiss 'XV:Ky- -Carl Weill, age 70, beloved husband of Rosa, nee Haeeele; beloved father of Marlon (Walter) Eopler; dear grandfather of Lisa,-, brother of Mirie Kastner, Christina Weiss end Line Weiss, all , living in Germeny; fond uncle of many nieces and nephews. Resting at the Kosary Funeral Home, 3100 W. S9th St., ScagUone Angel Scigllone, . nee Mugevero, be Resurrection Hospital. He was driving south on East River The offices of Building Service Municipal Employees .. 1 ' Union Local 46 ". , at 318 W. Randolph St. and " 1917 W. Ogden Ave. Will be Closed Thursday, June 21, 1973 Gold, writer of Tower Ticker in The Chicago Tribune; Maggie Daley of Chicago Today and The Tribune; Mort Edelstein of the Chicago Daily News, and Irving Kupcinet of the Chicago Sun-Times. The past and the future of column writing will be analyzed by four newspaper columnists at a Publicity Club of Chicago meeting at noon tomorrow in the Sheraton-Chicago Hotel The speakers will be Aaron Road when bis motorcycle and Need for Bloodi Normal Persons wishing to donate blood may can the Chicago Elood Council: 332-2272 a services will oe he d Wednesday I a am jti-ira hn Tihti Tsimn wnere et 1:30 p. m. Visitation -Tuesday aflir I " v """" .'..V 31, of 8430 Berwyn Av., collid 1 P. m. 434-424. loved wife of the late Joseph; fond lister of Pletro and Marlanno of California; dear aunt of John end Salvatore Alleruza end Giovanni Sea lore. Funeral Wednesday, S:30 a. m., from Golich Funeral Home, 434 W. 31st St., to St.' Jerome Church. Mast 9:30 a. m. Entombment Queen of Heaven Mausoleum. Please omit flowers. Visitation Monday after (.rn,Vi 2-2824-. V Scheer . Bertha E. Senear, neeV delsteln, - of Miami Beach, Fla., formerly of Chlcaoo. ed. Weiss ;': '.'." Lillian P. Willi, 'Mf Bachmann. 'beloved wife of the late Alfred dear eunt of Or. Stuart Bsehman, Lestar Bachmann, Shirley -Mlllird, Roberta Lewli end Bruce Bachmann. Servlcei Tuesday, I p. m at Hirtman-Miller North Suburban Memorial Chapel, 9200 Skokie Blvd., Skokie., Interment O.KO.J. Cemetery, Gate No.' 39, Jewish Wald-helm. PlNse omit flowers. Friends are asked to pay their raipecti at the time of lervicei. 79-4740., . beloved wifa 04 Harrvr dear mother of Sandra S. Richard 5.1 Beiark; loving grandmother of Jan, Randy and Bonnie Marguer- peui.j lunu aiaivr or ifvinv 1 itei Edeistein or Highland Park, N. J.i n, bvna I 1 1 7j wv.iiiv vi wafiiurniira, Mass. Services Tuesday, 11 e. m., at YQD'AEE B wlTED ID Piser Memorial rhaoel. Bruriwiv. 'omit flowers. Memorials may be made to Wiegel ' the Weizman Institute af Science. 70 W. Amain Wiegel, age 10, of Bellwood, beloved wife of David; loving mother of David (Lillian), Alex (Elnor). Henry Louise, Fred Valerie and three) daugh SFENDTHE.WE EKE TOM1 OUR ters wno oiea ar oirtn; long grengmoiner of eight) great-grandmother of tlx. Resting at Bormann Funeral Home, 16th Av. Monroe St.. Friends are asked to pay f heir respect! et the time of the service. . L0 1-4740. ... . . Shanin See Ruth L, Ltoildi notice). Shatas - Louis Shitu, June 17, beloved husband of Anna, dearest father of Tony (Helen), turn- ritfulul r-r.f north of Lake Street, Melrose Park, until 10:30 e. Hi. Wednesday. Servlcei 11 a. m. Wednesday at St. Paul Luther- en Lhurcn, interment fcien can. see-wia. . Gealnskl; dear orendHther of Wayne, WiegelmaB. Herman Wlegelmen, late of Pomoint PLEASURE ISLAND PARADISE . IN THE BALMY OZARKS. . eeacn, fie., former resident or Milwaukee. Wis. end Chlcaoo. lev na husband krnn, morn, eno mane oneiair samre DeMarco, . and Arleene Guzzolai trandfather of three. Funeral services, Thursday e. m., from the Marquette Funeral Heme, 2533 W. 71st St to St. 'Mary of the Sea Church. Interment of Stella Wiaoelman, nee Rvndeki be-1 oveo tamer or Merman Yvonne I wie. gelmen Jr., Elaine Ralehl Doolev and p. m. Jack Nancy Wiegelmeni fond srand-father of 12;. dear brother of Bertha St. Ceilmlr. visitation from Tuesday. 47e-234S. Silver ; Poweri. services Thursday, June 21, 10 e. m., et Poterek Funeral Home, 5247-53 W. Fullerton; Av., neer Lock-wool Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery, Visitation-4 to . m. Wednesday. In lieu of flowers, donations to Heart Fund appreciated. BI 7-4400. See Charlei Red Dennlson notice. ' Smith Joan C Smith, nee Da young, beloved wife of Robert D. Sr.i lovino mother nf THE OZARKS Experts rate it "One of the 7 best places to liveintheU-Sr Edward, Robert Jr Ronald, Thomai Wilson James and Anne De Young; daughter of Edward Da Youno. Services II a. m. Agroup of U.S. Interior Department environ Wednetdey, et the Zimmermen aV Sonde-1 man Funerel Home, 5200 W. 95th St. Interment Mount Hope. Visitation after Here's your chance to slip away from your "Big City" problems-and enjoy two delightful days and a night among the green hills and blue lakes of t the Ozarks,..at beautiful Holiday Island. . ',. It's verging on summer here nowthe v , dogwoods in blossom, trees leafing and the lakes sparkling in the warming sun. Best of all, the summer Liaowds aren't here yet ' V'--;. .', 1 . v' Your weekend won't cost you a cent! For both k. - aHF JJ mental experts has Richard L. Wilson of Mundeleln, beloved husbandot Meryr fono father of Jeffrey and Susaa, iServicei and -Intennint Private. . - , . . ,. wuson' r.'r"1' ' : Romayn Warren Wilson, June la,' ia 47, of Lake Forest, wife of John P. Wll-on Jr.; mother of Warren Wilson of Pasadena, Cel., Gordon Wilson of Wash i . m. luasoey. Solan chosen the Ozarks as one of the 7 best iohn A. Solan, beloved brother of aAarle I .ndarson, the lete Helen Kalsch and Josenh M. Solam fond uncle of the Hon. ing ion. d. c. ana Rnmavna Wllui D ut. places, ecologically, ot Lake Forest) nine grandchildren; sis Joseph A. Solan, William P. Solan, Edward end Arthur Kalsch, Marlon Koclm. Muriel and Rose Anderson. Funerel to live in the nation. ter oi ceniamin s. warren Jr. or .urosse Point, Mich., end Mrs. W. Randall Coma-ton Wednesday, June 20, et 9:30 a. m., from Sullivan Funeral Home, 2701 W. 43d St., wsday Jurnv, tj at cfwSl ; husband and wife. It comes with the compliments of , of Baltimore, Md. Mimortal gervke of er wasntenaw av., to st. Rite inurcn. Interment Holy Senulchre Cemetery, i Please emit flowen. PR 4-1300. Sorensen Lake Forest. In lieu of flowers, contribution! may be made 'to the Children'! Memorial Hospital. .204-0022. Aenea Emtlle Sorensen, beloved wife of MCVjuuocn JACcrcauonai trropcrues, inc. i ncyre uie same people who brought the London Bridge to jmericJL FLY AS OUR GUESTS , the late Waldemir Walter; dear mother 1 of Nina (Albert Maske end the late waiter; rono grenamotner or Keren ney- man. Jean and William Sorensen. Joanne . end Llnde Maske end Susan Ayres; fond . areat-erandmothar af .-Nathan Havman. wohifeii4 :: : William A.. Wohlfell Sr., beloved hosoand of the late Ida; dear father of Herbert Eleenorl, Elmer Helen), William, Mel-vin (Josephine) and the late Bernlce Hall; grandfather of 10; oreat-erandfather. of 27 brother of Fred, Otto. , Marie Berg, Frieda Olson, the late Anna Febrow, Frank end Hinrv. Member of Ben Hur Lodge, No. Ill, A. P. ft A. M. Service Wednesday, June 20. I p. m., at Mafl Funeral Home, 14M N. Central Av. Interment Mount Emblem, Masonic service I a. m. Tuesday. .Rtstini af Beverly Ridge cnapei, iwu . S. Kedila. where unices will be held III BI To introduce you to Ozark vacation living, McCulloch Holiday Island is a family hideaway in this will provide with- out cost to you: ; -aaaaM - j-jr ''paaaaaW Wojtai -. Angelina Woltai, nee Swleci, wifa of the late Peter; dear mother of Al (Ruth), Matthew (Irene), late Alei (Clara, the r Wednesday, 1:30 . m. Interment Cedar . Perk. Visitation after ,2 p. m. Tuesday. , 779-4411. Soustek Jeiephlne Soustek, nee Tyil, devoted wife of the late Fred; beloved mother of Dorothy the late Frank) Kluskai grandmother of Noel Anthony Srostak; lis- - tar of Julie Wach, the late Anna Baber " end Emma Pletka. Funeral Thursday, 10 a. m et Becvar Funeral Directors, 5211 S. Kedile. Interment Bohemlen National. Visitation itarti Tuesday, after 4 p. m. . In lieu of flowen, donations to the Cancer Fund will be appreciated. 774-3809. Sperkwich . ' Joseoh M. Soerkwlch, beloved husband of Helen Sserkwich, nee Slraubi brother of Max, -the late Charley and Vera ' Jeslls. Funeral Wednesday, 1 p. m., at late Joseph end late Wanda (Edward Jablonskli lister of Mary Ballckl; grand mother of four) great-grandmother of II, Funeral Wednesday, June 20. 1973 et I 9:30 a. m. from Poterek Funeral Home, S147-SI W. Fullerton Av. near Lockwood to St. Stanislaus B. a, M. Church, Masi 10 a. m. Interment St. Adalbert-1 Cemetery. Member of Bell of Freedom Camp outdoor dream world. The air is fresh, polludon-free. The water is dear. The climate is mild. The private homes scattered through the forest'and above the lake are beautiful . There is an $3 million development program underway to further enhance the great natural values of Holiday Island. From the standpoint of good living ...offmereaeation...irmustpeou. If you have reached the point in life where you can consider owning a get-away place, you owe it to your family to tour Holiday Island. There are model homes of ingenious design to explore... and glorious scenic homesites that are still available at low prices 7164 r.n. a. visitation attar j a. Monday. BE 7-4400. . Interment Bethenia Cemetery. Visitation I WOlOSnynSKl . after 4 p. m. Monday. Member of Clear- John Woloshvnskt, beloved husband ef cnar one. nee Bennett; ov ne father ar i i Mary Ann Stephen Turiw, Nadlne I Harry J.) Robinson, Grace Edward Graham, Ray E. (Dorothy! Goslin, Thomas (Rae) Gosllm dear brother of the late Ann IWalter Lltust fond Ine wen'i liuo. J. Straehler Homer F. Stnehler, age W, of 531 N. Weill St. Visitation Tuesday 7 to 9 .. p. m. at Westfall Funeral Chapel, 714 N. State St. Burial Oakrldge Cemetery. 77-0040. Sugrue brother In law of. Ray Bennetts deer cousin of Roman Jennett Sivikr dearest grandfather ot 13 end greatgrandfather of three. Resting at RoidiU skv and Sons Funeral Home. 5040 S. while development is underway. Western Av. Funeral lervlcet Wednesday, 9 a. m to Nativity B. V. M. Church. Interment St. Nlcholaa Ceme Catherine L. Sugrue, daughter of the late Jeremiah and Catherine Shea Sugrue; dear lister of Rev. Msgr. John V. end the late Sr. Mary Viator, S. P., Jamei end Gerald I tiller In law of Genevieve knMMi aunt af manv nlecel and neohtws. tery. 434-2100. Wrenn Webster B. (Bill) Wrenn ef Arlington Heights, beloved husband of Phyllis, nee Funeral Wednesday, June 20, 9:30 e. m from Columbian Funeral Home, 4421 W. North Av., to St. John Bosco Church. Mast 10:30 a. m. Entombment Queen of Heaven. In lieu of flowen masses prt-(erred. ES 9-5151 er VI 1-3010. Lucille I Wvckoff, of it loving tamer or. loving father (James) Blorgo, John (Nancy) and Wll-Ham B.; five grandchlldreni dear brother or cnesra wrenn eno tne saia siarraro ILsulseli ion In law ' of Margaret Wvckoff and brother In law of Audrey and Don Wood. Visitation Tuesday 7 1. A round trip flight from Chicago on a standard US. commercial airline. 2. An eyeopening tour of story-book Eureka Springs, the mainland neighbor of Holiday Island... and the Island itself. , 3. Saturday night accommodations in picturesque (but ' modern!) Holiday Island Lodge. , - ' 4. Excellent meals including Ozark barbecue. 5. Bon us: Admission to Holiday Island animal . ' Training Parm where youll see animal "stars , prepared for TV...among them Petey the Cougar and Mr. Magoo the jmiable Chimp. 6. A boat ride on 84,000-acre Table Rock Lake Just made for boating, fishing and swimming . . . and . gracious lakeview living. ',' WHAT YOU'LL SEE AT HOLIDAY ISLxND Sullivan - Jamei B. Sullivan, beloved husband af Latllla H. (Leltvll brotherrln-law of Mrs. Frank J. Hogani dear uncle of mir. Bnrlam Sister Carolyn CeClle, to 10 p. m et Leuterbura 4. Oehler Funeral Home, 2000 E. Northwest Hwy., Arlington Helehts. where eervlcn will be held Wednesday, 1 P. m. Contributions may be made to that American . Cancer Society. 2534423. , ZasadU Marie zesaoii, nee Kimna, n rorr Atkinson, wise, formerly of Cicero, II., dearly beloved wife of the lete Frank Sr. devoted msttiaf ef Frank (the late B. V. M., Dorothy Hogan end Rosemary Carroll. Resting et Conboy Funeral Home, 4150 W. North Av. Monday attar 7 p. m. and Tuesday, J-S ind 7-9 p. m. Funeral Wednesday. a. m. to Saint Peter Canlslui Church for 9:30 a. m. Mast. Inlermtnt Mount Ceimil. 137-1134. , . Tomaskovic . Veronica Tomaikovle, a Kmatko, eevot-ed wite of the late Joseph; fond mother . of Joseph (Irene Ann); Frenk (Mar-eeretli Irene (Robert- Paulus; erend-mother of nine; g'trandmother - of two; lister of the tale Andrew Kmetko. Funerel Thursday, t. a. m., from Becvar Emllyl, Albert (Joan), end -Lorraine . Zasadll end the late Anita Kounedtll grandmother of nine. Funerel servlcei Wednesday, 10:30 a. m., at Jonn i. HOW TO ARRaANGE YOUR FLIGHT T -.JMU J ;1-i tlL. tnrestKa nnemoriai ni-i t Cermak Rd., Berwyn. Requiem Mesa 11 e. m at Our Lady Of Ihej Mount In Cicero. Interment Sf. Adslbert Cemetery. Private burial, Please omit flowers. Into. OL 2-1023, BI 2-vO. .. . . Funeral Director!, 5211 S. Kedile, to -St. Slmon-l Church. Interment Our Lady t Sorrows. Vliilallon Tuesday alter 4 "1 This is the Ozarks as you've never imagined id r a 1 r i i j.fl .1.1 -.1 ' I CT-619 Phone Holiday Iiland a. m. 77a-Juy. I , just ilu in vui Hum uic tuupuii ur LdU UlC Zleglef 2720 S. River Road-Suite 143 Joseoh J. Heeler, dMrly; beloved bus- Tomlch John A. Tomlch. ef Summit, T .I.. "21 u.,i.. rtha lit. Da DesPlaines, Illinois 6001B k.Mi m! Afutha. nee Mantel lirms I I I father of Joan, Joseph,. Anna, George, Jekevlai devoted grarrffatrrtr of Dan. AA.Icavlcx; devotee granoreinvr vr vr Robert, and Mirgaret; fond brothar .ot Yesl We want the brocKurei and mora Eiihtk n.liindu. Barbara. Valentine JneThu'ltirjohn. Chenrl . and William Aoelcovlui twe groat-grandchildren. Visi (Barbara), Casoer, Chrliiopher Ellen), Nicholas (Lottlel. and Peter tMatlha; Information about your expenie-pala flight to Holiday Iiland. die VOtOd uncie et many nwcea ens MahNA. STuneral WadnaldaV. June 20. M) awo-zoju phonenumb below. You wiU receive full detail '.r INVITATION j tt veckend and a packet of valuable, LIMITED TO ADULTS I Informative pictures, books and maps all giving J aorne of the ."flavor" of the fascinating Ozarks. But ; J wait 'till you experience the real thing! . 1 ; I Be sure to mail the coupon or phone-today. I This may well be one ot-the most rewarding weekends " I:5 a. m., from DeNlrolo-Lalnlak Fu I I tation el Frank M. Foren runerai num.. JJM I W SSIh St. (Archer Avenue lust ieVt Harlem. unerel Wedneiday, ' ! a mV lo Sf. Joseph Church. Interment Resurrection. Member of Unity Lodge VI, Creation Fraternal Union. Pie.se omit flowetl. Massai prelerred. 451-0301. N Travnlck . tl fond niolher of neral Home, 5734-ao Uivry avenue, corner of Mango. Masi 9:30 t. in., at St. Genevieve Church, Allo'ld endLaman. Intltminl SI. Joseph Cimetery. HMDS. Nan unpolluted, forest-rimmed. An inviting yacht club that overlooks a shaded , rriariria...wiuieverydimgfromcn . , trom mtimate membership bar to well-stocked marine galley. - ' .' . . " , A great, sprawling stable of white granite with huge . , . paddock) training rings and miles of bridle trails. A lively recreation center with pool, playroom, dressing rcoms, cocktail lounge. See id Enjoy id And picture Holiday Island . as your family place for vacations and for retirement I Zombolo ' Addreta Reolna Zombolo, beloved wifa of the late Oulnloi lovino mother ef leo ISnella and Vllma I Paul I Schlndell devoted Zip Regine IHowardl Catenby, Patrlcie (Rus-Mill Ji and Robert Jaslk; deer s.l-ior of Georoe (Maroaret) Reotowskll !T...ihl, al 11. oreet-grandmolhar of Stat five; great-grandmothar of five; grtat-j ary grandmother of of your life! ' . FLIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS LIMITED! MAIL' COUPON OR GALLTODAE hree. Funeral Wednesday, June 20, 11 fh,M. Eunatal Wednesdav. a m.. at Hollerbarh Funeral Home. toil 34 N. El-Ion et Irvine Park. Inter ?o.""F.nfal i34 from Demntkl Funerel HJme. JMO W. GeoeSt. (Centrel Park Area Code ment Roiehill. . Vlsllallon Tuesday t Telephone) p. m. unill 9:30 P. m. IN iil. Zorn ' . ' avenue , ro r, nminui, v .r torment SI. Adalbert l. 772-4430. Treoka Tnikl . Ami Trenke, nee Doubek, aee 97 yeari, II enonlhi, beloved wife of jLs,,,'i.rVar8,.hr;,..,ir,i ""I AmasteMtennedrewrteommurUtybr - McCulloch Recreational Propertiea, wholly ' owned lubildiary of McCulloch OH Corporation. Walter M. torn af St. Chariee, loytntj husband of Auouita; fond father ef Carta IQuentln Winter, Frill (Irmgerdl, Anita (Jackl Whiteside, Herbert (Domttwl nd Marie lEugenel Vol l (rendftthef of 14; (reat-erandtather ef four. No vie-Itatlon. Private aenlre ae) Intemowt WtdMndav at Chanel Hill Gardens Wast. Memorial service Wednesday, June 10 1 . Irtrnollier of three. Funlral Wedne. 5.v7 lS aTm" at Oltd V. Slnny and -.;'n' FueV.Ima. I S, Waslern Cremation Boherman Nalional. In lieu if liowerl. Please JTm 'tUM hemlan Home lor Aeed. PR 1 0700. at 7:30 P m. from St. Marks Lutheran Church, 5th and Walnut Avenue, St. Charlei. III. Please omil flowers. 464)032. 1 In. X

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