Skip to main content
The largest online newspaper by Ancestryprint logo
The South Bend Tribune from South Bend, Indiana • Page 5
A Publisher Extra® Newspaper

The South Bend Tribune from South Bend, Indiana • Page 5

South Bend, Indiana
Issue Date:
Extracted Article Text (OCR)

Legal Notlcr ringements are pending at tbeall of Cincinnati. The body wasJJ 3. n. Kennedy and Bramaa Funeral taken to Cincinnati Friday from Home. the Paul E.

May hew CLS Home here. 133 etwenc. At 30 A. olse driving on Mrs, Frances Nimtz Michigan Dtirtrtr permit i Orlv on Dejjiruw! fxrmtt Dixon, IHJ Ford T-rd, 3rV No. Tt rt 1553 IS to NNS July 36 1H at IS SO AM.

ED5T Soi to Om iS sf S. Sank Trust Company, 52S36 S. 3) keortn, SoNt Bend rdoo ft swjneri reserves tNe ripnt to St Joseptl Bpn Trust Company 7Q2S. MtCMflOB St Soutti Send. Indfono MoOI.

TW dau used in thi col are tfcoae observed ia tbe roaunumtin iirdrci. Editor ribuae. father of Rev. A. E.

Givens, of Emmanuel United Methodist Church, Culver, in Anderson, Ind after an extended illness. Since the death of Jus wife five years ago, he had made his 'home with his children and had home wun ms ennaren ana naa TVa South hnd Tribute, Saturday. July It, I era, Mark and Joseph, both at home; seven sisters, Mary, Joanne, Donna, Paula, Marian and lisa, all at home, and Mrs. Carol Kraszewski, South Bend. Twp.

Closer Glen L. Detwller THREE RIVERS Glen L. be recited 8 p.m orvTnV HARRAR 5rV- J1, 124 Sf 127 24. Miss Honey Morrs. 19, 42Q Worrert Sf S77 25 ices for Mrs.

Francs Nimtz, 67, ormn ahoo wmev. 7M Fim ct st, u7 j. jooosoo. a rA ku timo mth Wtwiler of Harbor Towers, who died at ms. mmot, si 2s.

spena part 01 ms tune cere u. former CIty commissioner, Three 7.35 Thursday in Mercy ami-wm ofo.ronr.- jon Eirhorst, 1, Rev and Mrs. Givens He was a i V.o. P-m tuursudy R80V.v,i, so. 17 25 du- Kev.

ana mts. uiveus. Rivers, died Friday in Three Hospital, will be at 10:30 a.m. 10,0.24.017075 st.tuis. mvcrs HosPltal after 41111111655 Monday In Grace Lutheran ed Methodist Church.

Suravom thre weks He was bora on Cburcb st. Joseph. Rev. Ronald besides Rev. Mr.

Givens include! hters. of 23)9 W. Edison Rd Edna A. Church Mrs. Edna A.

of Rt. 3, Bremen, m. Friday in her had been in poor rosary will Sunday, health for She was Lapaz, and Mrs. BREMEN Church, 78, died at 5:10 home. She LEGAL NOTKE Of PUBLtC HEARING Notice hereoy given that the Lpcal AN cohoitc Beverage Board of St Jose County.

Indiana, will, of 9 on The Say of August, 1909 at the City Halt the Dry Mishawaka, Indiana sokJ County beatrt mv estivation of the application of the f-I owing named persons, requesNng the issue to the oopfKont, at the nerelnaftec set out, the Alcoholic Beverage Permit of me doss hereinafter designated and wtlf, of totf tme ond ploce, receive Information the propriety issuing the permit opphea concerning the fitness of $od oopftcont, ond tor to such applicant ot the premise Harry Erwin Karlin, (Drug Store) Liquor wine dealer, 102 Lincoln Way West, Mtshawoka, Indiono SAID INVESTIGATION WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IS REQUESTED INDIANA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION BV NICK POLUS Executive Secretary JOHN SMOCK Chairman 7 19 Niles No To Complex TM Tribunal ScUl NILES The Niles Twp. board moved no closer toward a $6 million nursing home complex when it failed to take action on a proposed zoning change during a special session Friday night. The rezoning of a 33-acre tract Memorial park. The rosary will south of Niles for the proposed be recited at 8 p.m. Sunday In development by Dr.

Walter Fox, the funeral home. Alan was a South Bend Osteopath, was rec- member of Christ the King. Do-ommended by the township plan- nations may be made to the Bing commission but the town- Muscular Distrophy Fund of St. ship board tabled the proposal at Joseph County. its July 7 meeting.

Louis J. Anastos Opposition has developed to Louis of 742 N. the project on the grounds that it Notre Dame died Fri tit Friends may call from 7 to p.m. today and from 2 to 4 m. and 7 to 9 p.m.

Sunday In the Welsheiraer Funeral Home, 521 N. William. Services will beat ..30 am. Monday In Christ the King Catholic- Church with Rev. Kenneth Maley officiating.

Burial will be In St. Joseph Valley the past four years. uneral 1904. On June 29, 1927, he mar- cemetery. Memorials may be born June 18, 1891, in were held in Middletown wun ned Mary A Mayer, who sur- made t0 the church.

Mrs. Nimtz she had lived in the bunal there- vives. Also surviving are three was born May 3it 1902, in St. Jo- area her lifetime. She was mar- Mrs.

Gertrude Roth daughters, Mrs. Paul Pinkerton, sepb- Her' husband Rutlolf ried June 1, 1911, in Bremen, to WINAMAC Services for Mrs. William Springer and Mrs. died in 1966. Survivors UUUJUtio, mo.

au iiwwi sepn, Xltr UUbUelllU, ivuuuu 7 Mrs. William Springer and Mrs. died in 1966. Survivors Funeral services and burial noise ordinance Improper booking Ctasiel Borham, 42. of 146 Paris St 53 25 Dtsreoard stop sign: Anno Overmyer.

19. gf 1005 E. Milton 57 25. Improper passing- David Somoro, 22, Of 107 St Poul Place, 527 25 PubUc Jntoxicotion. Aaron Simmons.

60. no home oddress, 525. Howard A. Church, who died in Mrs. Gertrude Roth, 81, of321 S.

George Lewis, all of Three Riv- uevige i.un.u, Hu i are a son, Rudolf of South Bend 1961. She Is survived by three Market who sons, Bonnie of Rt. 3, Plymouth, night in Pulaski Memorial Hos- lim Bud of Bourbon and Guy of Bre- pital of a heart attack, are set cjty commissioner from 1957 to Kizer, both of Benton Harbor; 12 men; three daughters, Mrs. Eve- for 10 a.m. Monday in St.

Pet-1959. He had been with the De- grandchildren; and five great- lyn Jerome and Mrs. Norma ers Church. Rev. Harold Roth, a jense Supply Department, of the She was a mem- pubucu'serviceompanV for both of Bremen, and son, will officiate.

Burial will be u. SC Government for 20 years. ber 0f the Ladies Guild, a Sun- PR0VAL 0F Mrs. Phyllis Hamman of Etna in St. Joseph Cemetery, Pulaski.

Services will be held at 9:30 a.m. i- ,.11 1m 4La ociVJLca wm uc 11C1U aio.uv o.i,. day school teacher for many JflilaionaWVircondi the Kennedy died Friday ers; 10 grandchildren; a brother, jnd-; two daughters, Mrs. Gay two sisters, Mr. Detwiler was ton Wallace and Mrs.

Robert LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Public Service Commission ol Indlono Docket No 32079 PETITION OF NORTHERN INDIANA lcbucE -COMPANH w. NEW SCHEDULES OF RATES FOR GAS SERVICE. Notice Is hereby given that the Public rvlce Commission of Indiana will conduct In this cause In the Rooms housing day -o aay might be a low-cost ia Green; 16 grandchildren and 16 Friends may call in Monday in the Immaculate Con- years and secretary of the 100 ere a t-grandchildren. Friends Funeral Home, Winamac, where ception Church. The rosary will cjub 0f the Towers.

Friends may in the rosary will be recited at 8 be recited at 8 p.m. Sunday in can at the Starks v-oncedE-2s'-e-r1San or may call after 1 p.m. Sunday A.V4V wv r- can at uic auuwnouv public hearing of tbe Commission, 907 State Office Building, Indionopolls, Indiana ot 930 A Ad- Octofoer 20, 1969. Notice of Administration. State of Indiana, St Joseph County ss in the matter ot the estote of Cletus H.

Kruyer, De--ceased. in the St. Joseph Probate Court. Estate No. 23538.

Notice Is hereby given thot First Bonk ond Trust Company of South Bend was on the date hereof, appointed Administrator of the estate of the cbovo named decedent. All persons havemg claims ogomst said estate, whether or not now due, must tile the some In sold Court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claim wilt be forever barred. Dated at South Bend, In diono this 15 day of July, 1969. Aloysius J. Kromkowskl.

Clerk of the obove coptlonea Court. Thornburg, McGill, Deahl, Harman, Carey Murray Attorney for Eiaje in St. Josephs project. Also there Is the prob- ater a bref mness. He was born lem of obtaining adequate water on July 25, 1890, In Sparta, Greece.

His wife, Florence, died the Huff-Mishler Funeral Home, p.m Sunday. She was born in Rosenberg-Wolf Funeral Funeral Home in St. Joseph. Home, where friends may call Mrs AnJona Kinas mrs. ApiUlla ivuicia Pulaski County Feb.

8, 1888. On Falls to Act on Oct. 11, 1965. Surviving are a Services will be held at 2 p.m er. Jn.

Ih liinnwol rtnmO funeral home, Public participation Is requested PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF Indiana by: Richard P. Stein THREE OAKS Mrs. Aplona Commissioner Indionopolls, Indiana. July 15, 1969 Kinas 83, of Sawyer, died at 3 in the home of her Notice of Administration. State of lndf 719 NOTICE OF HEARING.

In the St. Joseph Tuesday In the April 9, 1907, in Pulaski, she was Burial will be in Riverside Cem Rev. Don Grandlinard, of Shiloh married to William Roth, who etery. Wesleyan Church, officiating, preceded her in death. She was Howard C.

Miller Burial will be in Oak Hill Ceme- a member of the Christian Moth- THREE RIVERS tery, Plymouth. John E. Bellman Howard ers Fidelity, and the Daughters c. Miller, 72, of 310 Fourth of Isabella. She is survived by Three Rivers, died Friday in his a-JH- luuaJ Cl Joseph County ss.

In (he matter o( Probate Court. Estate NO. JJUIJ siaieot 1.1- daughter, Mrs. Bernard Mead, the estate of Alex Hanci, Deceased. In the piano, St.

Joseph County SS: In the matter jn Baroda. Mrs. Kinas was born ttwt Horry Heppen- cMsed.eNSi0,isGtwreby given thot the un. Dec. 15, 1888 in Russia.

She is three daughters, Mrs. Mane home after a brief illness. He survjved by two sons, Henry am 1. ctotms a tinm account tmot. settlement ot 5 Reutebuch, Pulaski, Mrs.

Albert t- Dec. 15, AdminiSTrOTOr or me C.IUtV Ml me eue.e ooove CUMIIUlieu ea-me, r' 7 three daughters Mrs. Jane home after a brie illness He survived by tw0 sons, Hfncy nome 5 Reutebuch, Pulaski, Mrs. Albert was born in Brooklyn, on itachof Benton Harbor and Wal- must tins the some msoid court wtthinsm account potion tor oumr'tyto a.m. today Probate Court.

Estate No. 23013 State of lo- The township board failed to son james' of South Bend; a act on the Issue pending the de- daughter Mrs. Amelea Wallace, termination of whether the town-of Reno Nev njne grandchil- 1 dren and a brother, Peter, of Ak- site plan and whether the pro- ron( Ohio. Friends may call aft-posed zoning classification is the er 7 today in the Hic-correctone. key Funeral Home.

Mr. Anas- John McDonald, Niles Twp. tos was a member of St. Jo-supervisor who presided at the seph-s catholic Church, session, stated he had requested infant Fritz the governor of Michigan to con- Christopher Fritz, infant duct an investigation on an al- of Mr flnd leged charge that petition circu- Frit 46Q1 MacGregor tad rdnandal e. I BREMEN-John E.

Bellman, RM Rrpmpn died at a Friday- In TLC Nursing and- Mrs. june 19, 1897. He married Nell ter Kinas 0f Sawyer; two daugh- o'wid da'mwiH S. tor discharge. Anc Home Argos after an illness of Eugene Fox, Servena Park, r.

Bailey in New York, moving terS) Mrs. Kenneth Ferry- of 19 months. He was a retired Md. five sons, Herman and t0 Chicago in 1920 He came to Sawyer and Mrs. Mead of Baro- SSST: iSS farmer Rorn Tulv 23 1882 in Harry of Pulaski, Rev.

Harold Three Rivers in 1962 upon retire- da, tw0 step-sons, August Rach on, tot Tower Bunding, south Bend, mdi he had Hved here Rothf Fort Sheridan, 111., Fran- ment. He was vice-president of Allenf and Emile lifetime On Tune 2 1903 in Bre- cis and Vincent, both of Monti- the Carver Center at the time of Racb of st. Joseph; two step- notice of administration -stot he maTed KaUe wS- 42 grandchildren and his death. He is survived by his Mrs. Raymond Be- IA A Jwnn nUlnsa IfetA Urtlir men, he married Katie Joseph Probate Court In the matter of the Estate of Wilma A.

Holderman, Deceosed. estate rennon uwiuy otlce or said claim wm oe tor- trlbullon mode. Petition Dated at South Bend, Indiana that the shall be heard In the court room of court on the 19th day of Au gust, 1969 All persons entitled to shore in final distribution of soid estate are notified to appear In court on said dale and moke Droof of heirship or dolm to ony part of sold estote and show cause why such should not be opproved. Virginia Stltes, Personal Representative. Aloysius J.

vivfmkowskl Clerk of the obove captioned Crt Wapleaiir Roper, Mclnerny 316 First Bank Bldg South Bend, interest in the project. schut, who died in 1957. Surviv- 43 great-grandchildren, ing are a son, Rev. Jesse Bell- Beth Ann Yoquelet man of Rt. 2, Bremen; two LAGRANGE Grave widow; a daughter, Mrs.

Howard Miller of Three Rivers and a side sister, Mrs. Ethel Cook of New Estote No. 23514. Notice Is hereby given that Harold Holderman wos on the dote hereof, appointed Executor of the estate of 18 grandchildren and 31 great- in St. Josephs Hospital.

Surviv lng besides his parents are his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Fritz of South Bend and Mr. and Mrs.

Paul Wade of Ot Mr. ana Mrs. raui waue ui ui- oc-count Fara-bough, Indiana 46601, 833-5173, Attorney tor Estate. 719, 76 NOTICE TO BIDDERS FOR PETROLEUM PRODUCTS NMire Is hereby given that the Board of Trustees of the Union-North UnJtodSchoo Corporation ot St. Joseph and Marshall Counties, Indiana, will receive seated I bids on petroleum products tor us In Corporation ot a meeting permlendent In Lakeville, beginning ot 00 km.

an August 28th, 1969. Bids received otter that time will be returned unopened. Bids are Invited onc be furnished from September 1,1969 to Au tom' Oil, No. 2- price per gallon delivered as needed Into tanks at the La-VUlle High School, the Lakeville mentary School, and the Superintendent office building In Lakeville. The estimated need Is 14,000 gallons.

Item II. Gasoline (92 octane or Corporation owned vehicle. need I 7500 gallon. Prlc' LOCAL OBITUARIES. Trow- services for Beth Ann Yoquelet, York City.

Friends may call at lUnlf Funnrnl at 2 p.m. theran ''''jSouth Bend, Indiana mu em uuy viwit. pic Lagrange, were held at a.m. Monday.and then at Grant she was a member. Rev.

A. W. Trow-services for Beth Ann Yoquelet, York city, rrienos may can ai grandchildren. Services will be Mrs. infant daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. the Rosenberg-Wolf Funeral at 2 Tuesday in, Trinity Lu- flr Jl'SL great- Dle St Ult- Ofc.j not now due, must file the some in said at 2 p.m. Tuesday Trinity ui- the first publication of this notice or said theran Church, where nd, juiy. she was a member. Rev.A.W.

daughters, Mrs. Oliver bride Qf Plymouth and STp in toll to at p.m. loaay um oi. -u and 16 until 10:30 a.m. Friday in Greenwood Chapel after noon Monday 1L.

fnmnVQl FVlrtT'Q of 1 gradchiIdrer)L Friends may call today in the Huff- grandchildren after 7 p.m. today in the Huff- jun.reun, ru.u Ponkow, BOl Odd Fellows Building, South Bend, Indiana, Attorney for al will be in Riverside Cemetery, Estote. p.m. Rev. Moses Williams will north of Three 0aks.

Friends N0TCE 0f APMiNisTRAidNsiote officiate and burial will be in call in the conneUy-Noble Joseph County ss In the ini Pankratz wiH officiate and buri- Jofuson, Ford or inaiorm, oi. juarpn motter of the estate of Philip G. Hohl, deceased, In the St. Joseph Probate Court, estate No. 23517.

Notice Is hereby given that Neoma F. Hohl, was on the dote hereof, appointed executrix of the estote of the obove named decedent. All persons having claims against said estate, whether or not now due, must file the same In sold Court within six -months from the date ot the first publication of this notice or sold claim will be forever barred. Doted ot South Bend, Indiana this 8th day of July, 1969. Aloysius Kromkowskl, Clerk of the obove captioned Court Jones, Obencholn, Jehnson, Fordfl Pan-kow, Attorney for Estate.

7 12, 8, 26 Riverside Cemetery. Mrs. Ross Renwick NILES Services for Mrs Inez B. Renwick, 81 of 2732 S. 12 East, Niles, who died at 8 p.m.

Thursday In St. Josephs Hospital, South Bend, after an illness of a month, wiH be held at 2 p.m. Monday In the pifer Funeral Home with Rev. Lynn goshen Mr. ond Mr.

Merordo pna Wagner, assistant pastor of Wes- juiy Gohen ley United Methodist Church, tvm.nivi u.i i i Smith, Rt. 2, Thre. Ook. daughter, July 17 Mrs. Christina Pillow Mrs.

Christina M. Pillow, 67, of 505 S. 33rd died at 2:15 Jic churchwill officiate. Burial p.m Thursday In Memorial Hos- Joseph Cemetery, pital. She had been a patient for wm nearly one month.

She was born Mrs. in Belfast, Ireland on July 26, Mrs. Evelyn Elizabeth Skaggs, 1902. On April 14, 1928, In De- 76, of 3031 Springbrook died troit, she was married to John unexpectedly at 10:30 a.m. Erl- Pillow, who survives, along with day at the of her grand-a son, John Jr.

of South Bend; daughter, Mrs. Bruce Brown, in two grandchildren; four sisters, Edwardsburg, where she had Mrs. Ruby Blair and Mrs. Ra- been visiting for the last week chel Rollins, both in Ireland, She was born Jan. 7, 1883, in Isabel Baxter of Toronto, dianapolis, and moved to South and Mrs.

Annie Allen of Detroit; Bend in 1956. She manned Rich-two brothers, Samuel Nicholl ard Skaggs, who died in 1956. and John Nicholl, both in Surviving are a son, Arthur Ireland. Friends may call Louis of South Bend; three from -2 to 4 and 7 to 9 grandchildren; four great-grand p.m. today and Sunday In children; and a brother, Fhnn of the Hollis Funeral Home.

Indianapolis. Arrangements are Services will be 6t 3 p.m. Mon- Incomplete at the Paul E. May day with Rev. Norman Anastutz, hew Funeral Home, pastor of River Park Free Meth- Funeral Notes odist Church, officiating.

Burial seph Funeral Home. Rev. John Szot, pastor o( St. Jude Cath MASON Funeral services Cemetery, Lagrange. Rev.

Rob Mishler Funeral Home, Bremen, ert Fields, pastor of the La where services wiH be held at 2 grange Church of God, officated. p.m. Monday, Rev. John Carroll, The Carney Funeral Home was pastor of the United Missionary in charge of arrangements. The Church, Bremen, officiating, child was bom Wednesday eve-Burial will be in Bremen Ceme- ning In the Lagrange County Hospital, where she died at 6:50 James Cox a.m.

Thursday. Surviving are BREMEN Jame M. Cox, 74, the parents; two sisters, Patri-of Rt 3 Bremen, died at 5:30 cia Lynn and Pamela Ann, both a.m-today in Parkview Hospi-at home and the grandparents, tal, Plymouth. He was born Jan. Mr.

and Mrs. Glen Yoquelet, Rt. 30, 1895, In Frankfort, Ind. The 4, Lagrange, and Mr. and Mrs.

Huff-Mishler Funeral Home is In Harry Huber, Lagrange, charge of arrangements. Austin E. Landis J. Claude Brunk GOSHEN Austin E. Landis, CHESTERTON Former 83, of 1405 Berkey died at 6 p.m.

Friday in Goshen General Hospital, where he had been a patient for four days. Born in Sterling, Nov. 18, 1885, he lived here for six with 1 of the La- erVd Into underground storage tank at the LaVillt High School as needed. Item III Service at the Service Station? a Motor oil, top quality, price per quart delivered Into vehicle to. Chassis lubrication: 1.

School bus 2. Pick-up truck 3. Driver training cor Bide must be submitted on forms provided by the School Corporation ond available from the Superintendent's office In Loke- Vl Alon for hondllng the federal tax refund on gosoiine will be requested on the bid UNION-NORTH UNITED SCHOOL CORPORATION Bv: Don L. Dovenport, Secretary 7 19 26 Burial will be in the Mr ond r. Alvin Cox, Wj W.

7th St Mr. ond Mr Peter son, July 17 Mr. and Notice of hearing State of Indiana, St Joseph County SS In the matter ot the estate of Kathryn Somoels Parren, Deceased In the St Joseph Superior Court Estate No 22649. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned personal representative of the above captioned estate, has presented and tiled A final occount In final settlement of soid estate and petition to settle ond allow account. Petition for authority to distribute estate.

Petition tor discharge ond thot the seme shall heard In the court room of said Court on the 7th doy of August, 1969 All persons entitled to shore In final distrl button of said estate art notified to appear In court on sold dote and moke proof of heirship or claim to ony part of said estate and show cause why such account should not be approved First Bonk and Trust Compony of South Bend, South Bend, Indl ono, Personol Representative Aloysius Kromkowskl, Clerk of the obove captioned Court. DuComb Nimtz, Attorney for Es fate. i 7 19; Porter Memorial Hospital board member J. Claude Brunk, 83, of Chesterton, died Friday in the Lutheran Community Nursing home, Seymour, Ind. Mr.

Brunk IlUlliC, HCJll.uui, Adamsville Cemetery. Friends iH Ion 1, hnitie aft- Mr. Mortln Grlllo, 433 Washington Pork may call in the funeral nome an Blvd doughter, juiy ie, Mr. ond Mr er 7 p.m. Saturday.

She was bora March 31, 1888 in Elgin. j.lop, dough, .7, HI and came to Niles from LAPORTE Mr. ond Mr. Georg Hum lu phrey, lOIMt Warren doughter, July 17, South Bend 50 years ago. un a street Division Hospital.

ROCHESTER Mr. ond Mr. Wlllord Rochester, daughter, July 17 ond Mrs. Ronald juiy in park-daughter, Mrs. Elroy Divorce Cases Granted LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the Local Alcoholic Beverage Board of St.

Joseph County, Indlono, will, at 10 A on the 4 day of August, 1969 ot the Commissioners Room, Court House In the City of South Bend, Indiana In said County, begin Investigation of the application of the following named persons, requesting the Issue to the applicant at the locotlon hereinafter set out, of the Alcoholic Beverage Permit of the class hereinafter designated ond will, at soid time ond iiocf, receive Informoflon concerning the Mace, rlvt' nnvi idU Utcuiiutm AU. 'w 'ti itnl served on the hospital board for a brother, Elwood, coming from married to Ross Renwick, who wUl be in St. Joseph Valley Me- for charieS f. Mason, 60, of 418 fjve one-year terms until 1956, Detroit where he was an employ- A A OA A -1 no.nyA nrsnnb TfiilTimv lUi Vdiiaiica iHooua, ww, UVC Vlic-jrcu vw nw had years Grand Trunk Railway Short, Rt. Woodlawn Hospital.

PLYMOUTH Mr. survives. Also surviving Is a HumRti daughter, Feirick of W. Chestnut New Carlisle, when Illness forced him to re- ee of the Biorial Park. Mrs.

Pillow came to South Bend In 1928 and was empl Corp to South Bend In 1928 and was employed by the Studebaker Corp. She was a member of the v4r-io1 Porlr Mrs Pillow ramp r. PLYMOUTH Corol Sonders from War-rn Sonbsrs, plolntlff owordvd custody child ond 1235 alimony; Sandra Jon Pron gr from Albert Pronger, plaintiff awarded custody of child. wbQ aj Thursday in st Mary-S Hospital, Rochester, at 13:33 am Mon. will be at 19:33 a.m.

Mon- 1 1 me is of said oppilcont, ond the propriety of issuing the permit applied for such op piicont ot the premises nomed-Fred Mkhoios, dbo Victory Bor, (Restou-rantk. Beer Uquor. wine retailer, 901 South Michigan Ave South Bend, Indlono pvrMKiut -w virgll I Helen Turner, dbo Turner toned estate, hos presented ond tiled A tl Lounge, (Restourant) Beer, IL no! occount In flnot eettiement of said es- K. retailer, 1435 W. Linden tote ond petition to settle ond qllow oc- Bfd lndiono count.

Petition to determine helri. Petition count. Petition to determine heirt. Petition Nary Ann Mostoert. db South Bend Senior Citizens Club.

day jn cw Carlisle United Methodist Church. Rev. James Russell will officiate and burial Niles, and a sister Andrew P. Pearson NILES Services for Andrew P. Pearson, 64, of 1309? Lake will be held at 10 a.m.

Monday in the Pifer Funeral Home with Rev. Lynn Wagner, of the Wesley United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Silver- iiciauiifc, The Days Record for owthorlty to distribute estote Petition Abrf yovorn, (Restouront) Beer, liquor, osking for approval of dlstrbulkn mode A retoller, 501 Lincoln Way West, Petition for discharge, ond thot the some IV V. VI -v IMV. "r- wine retoiler, 501 Lincoln Way West, South Bend, Indiana louis PouloSr dno Star Lwtnge, Beer, liquor, 8.

wine rotottor, (Reslourontl leer. rn will be in New Carlisle Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. Sunday In the H. C.

Amen and Son Funeral Home. Hres Telephone oiorm, 1139 July tl. r- w'utiiii v--j Michigan Ave, South Bend, lndiono. oentry, i touront) Beer dbo or ah's Lounge, (Re. i wm retailer 7 Western brook Cemetery.

He died in his fpl. a. Jn. mnnl 1TWT fit itonMlM im itnmnrrt. at steomfng, no domoge, owner shall be heard In the court room of sold Court on the 19th day of August, 1969 Ail persons entitled to shore In final distribution of sold estate ore notified to appear court on said dale ond make proof ot heirship or claim to ony port of said estate ond show couse why such occount should not be approved Kenneth A merman.

Personol Representative Aloysius Kromkowskl Clerk of the obove ccwHoned Court. Wiiford V. Woli, Attorney fo Eliott. 7 19; 76 sign. He also was owner of System for 34 years.

He was a Brunks Ice Cream and Dairy 1939 graduate of Goshen College Store in Chesterton and also op- and a member of the Eighth St. erated a similar business in Val- Mennonite Church. Surviving paraiso. A native of Harrisburg, ar two brothers, Elwood and he was married in 1930 to Menno of Goshen, and four sis-Inez Schrock, of Goshen, who ters, including Mrs. Jay Smoker, died in 1965.

He was a member Mrs. D. S. Gerlg and Mrs. Ohm-of the First United Methodist er Norris, all of Goshen.

Another Church, a choir director of the sister, Mrs. Alice Umble of Go-church, a charter member of shen, died Thursday. Friends Chesterton Lions and a past may caU beginning Sunday noon president of the club. Survivors in the Yoder-Culp Funeral are a daughter, Mrs. Robert Home, where funeral services Judd of Seymour; two brothers, will be at 1:30 pm.

Monday, Joseph and Harry of Harrisburg, Rev. A. E. Kreider officiating and three grandchildren. Funer- Burial will be in Violett Ceme-al services will be held at 11 tery.

a m. Monday in the First United Herman Alcorn Methodist Church in Chesterton KNOX Herman Alcorn, 47, Burial will be In Chesterton 0f 102 Bower died at 8 Cemetery. The body Is at the Friday Starke Memorial Hos- 4 1 1 a TTo U.3Q illness. He was sleep Thursday morning home. He was bora Dec.

3, 1905 In Sweden and had lived ln Niles living room by children ploying with match- World War II and a member of By Robert of oto mo. unknown Compony 15. Telephone oiorm, 11 52 am, July If, house tire at 505 lndiono Ave home of Mrs. Janice Gregory, 5300 domoge to build- since 1927. He was a veteran of jng.

200 aoog. to Donna 6 Ave South Bend, Indtono. Vlvlon Plummer, dbd Shantytown, fRestouront) Beer Wine reioiier, 160 Proirl Ave South Bend, lndiono Keith Nowickl. (Grocery) Beer win deoier, 2J9 241 South Chopin Street, Soufti Bend, Indiana Village Inn Pino Porters of Indiana, Inc by Robert Brten, Prs (Restaurant) er 4 wine ret Oder, 601 North Hickory Rood, South Bend lndiono SAID IMVFSTIGATION WlLLBPnPPN TO THB PUBLIC, AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION tl REQUEST EO INDIANA ALCOHOLIC SEVER AGE COMMISSION By NICK POLUS Exeutiv Servetory JOHN SMO Chairman 7 if bor, Mtch daughter Gregory, the American Legion Post 26. Me treated Hopitot tor cm toot Sinter MrS.

ernpdntM IS, A.nnf Unit. 102.1C4 rv tit wwt tut vuin False telephone alarm, 2 23 July II false report of house hr at 1255 South Bend Ave. Companies 4, 9, Aerial 5, Unit m. Investigation, 57 July 11, trash fire Leona L. Bick at TOO block Weoger no damage.

Com- el," 65, of 431 S. 9th died at pcnv5 Folse box oiorm, 10 17 m. July II. Bo Sompie ond Fokon NOTICE OP PUBLIC HEARING Notkre is hereby given to oil Inieresled porsont thoS the Area Board of 7oning Appeals of St Joseph County wiU hod public hearing In the 5t Joseph County Court House in South Bend on the 6th day of August 1969, of 30 or os soon thereafter os the matter can be heord fht hearing for the purpose of considering petition that was filed by Donaid Bei osking that certain reot estate In Sf Joseph Ceunty be used tor the fallowing purpose Seeking kwi to locate mobile home on hit prop erty tn Oav Toememp to he ocrvped hv father, Arthur Betf, 1ft ned re Sdeti North of Dor den Rood Thu red estate i remmonly dever ihed a 52J66 HoHyhpck Rood South Bervt. ndkno, and IS legoiiy deserfbed OS fauows 171 I 4H Ft.

NW or Fn fNE 34 JF Drried th i lf dey of July 196 9 AREA BOARD OF JOhiNt, ktSi DP ST jot PH COUNTYj So A. Seiner, Secretary is.j6 .55 pm. Friday in the Paul j0 05 11 Stephan Nursing Home. She was bora March 4. 1904, in Deader and came here ln 19oj omoont u.

soortet om, tm rVtn it- Folse box dorm 2 TO Juiy 19, from Jamestown, D. onp is wothington av on ict it. survived by her husband, Ralph, Compony Wahtn Ave ona WtMtoms and by two brothers, may call starting at noon Sunday at the Halbrilter Funeral Home where services will be FViurLdS A THOUGHT FOR TODAY If you or dotng your you will nof Ha vb hm to worry about foilur. Robert HllyRf mtIMTTD Al A Mt IIMC1 If NELSON FUEL c. lilac tionrjn o-nniBi uitLet4.

pontes City Court SPFFOING Mkhoel wm tom. 19. of 1719 EIM Ave. 5M 50 oo no regno held at 1 Monday with Rrv. John Tolly, partor of 'the Huntly Memorial Baptirt Church, offi at rro no rivers .4 i Ikinit susrenrted So 170 dev.

three dating. Burial will cc in Miver covntt drqnrdr sgn on en brook Cemetery. She a a ihl, ID at 7T6 ayr r'm 1327 W. Sample died at 5:50 p.m. Thursday in his home after suffering an apparent heart attack.

He was a retired employee of the Bendix Corp. He was bom on June 1, 1908, in South Bend, and lived here all of his life. On June 13, 1938, in St. Casimirs Church, he married Viola Snl-adeekl, who survives. Other survivors are a son, Jerome, a stu-drnt at Palmer College of Chiro-1 practic, Davenport, Iowa; two grandchildren; two brothers, Theodore and Stanley, both of South Bend; four sisters, Mrs.

Josephine Tarnacy, Mrs. Gem-efitine Cybulski, Mrs. Esther Sl-korskt and Mrs. Harriet Kolacz, all of South Bend. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m.

today and from 10 a m. to p.m. Sun-day in the SL Joseph Funeral Borne. Mrs. Addle Chapmai Mrs.

Addle Chapman, 89, of Rt. 4, Washington. died Friday In the Daviess County Hospital, Washington, after an extended Illness. She was the mother of Mrs. Harry Trickel of South Bend, Mrs.

Roy llorratl of Bidlanapolls and formerly of St Joseph County, two sons, Roy and William, both of Washington, Ind. and three grandsons Mrs. Chapman was born on March 4, 1880 In Daviess County Her husband, J. E. Chapman, died in 1957, Friend may call ia the GUI Funeral Home, Washington.

Ind where servkYS will be at I m. Monday. Burial will be In Oak Grove Cemetery, Washington, Ind Mis I-aira Nowak Miss lodra Nowak, who resld with her sister and brother In married to (hosier Garl law, Mr. and Mrs John Do bo Hr died June 12 She survived slew In. 610 Walnut St died by a daughter, Mrs itotwri there at 9 45 Thursday aft jLisirgston.

Northbrook, 111 a lengthy Illness Survislrg three grandchildren, a so-er. Dot lew In is Mr Hildur Mihotson. Los An Indiana Mdiolai S. arge ELKHART Nicholas S. 58, of 2631 Goshen died Friday afternoon while at work He was owner of Zib-Zab Oil Co.

and co-owner of Circle Oil Mishawaka. He was bom Dec. 4, 1913, in Aurora, I1L He maimed Frieda Detwiler Jan. 1, 1937, in Goshen. He Is survived by his widow, four daughters, Miss Lana Vargo, Elkhart; Miss Verna Vargo, Torrance, Mrs Daniel Rohrcr and Miss Vargo, both of Elkhart; two brothers.

Andrew and Frank, both of Elkhart; two sisters, Mrs. LaVerne Bus.ce of South Bend and Mrs. Catherine Bovcl. Elkhart, and a half sister, Mrs. Alvin Bushee, Kesslngton, Mich.

Friends may tall after 2 m. Sunday in the WaUey Milis-Zimmerman Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held at 10 30 a m. Tuesday the Church of the Brethren, with Rev. Garente D.

Sink offiriat ing. Burial will be in West Goshen Cemetery. Mr. Amy A. Garl ELKHART Mr.

Amy A Garl, 73, of 2o9 Mum St. died Friday morning In Elkhart General Hospital. She was born May 31, 1896, In St. Paul. Minn.

She beside Mr, Var-go, Jan-ealene pital after a long bora July 23, 1921, in Catline, 111., and lived in Knox 23 years. On July 28, 19-47, he married Margaret OBrien, who survives Other survivors are his mother, Mrs. Cora Alcorn of Port Orange, Fla a son, Brett of Knox; a daughter, Cynthia of Knox; a brother. Lester of California; free sisters, Mr Juanita Taige of Oak Law fi. 111., Mrs.

Naomi Nesbitt of Knox. Mrs, Lorraine Filit of Tort Orange, Mrs Alyona Vanek and Mrs. Audrey Form, both of Orland Park. 111. Services, will be at 2 pm Tuesday in the Kennedy and Braman Funeral Home, with Rev.

Ray Tatterson, pastor of the Knox Christian Church, offl elating Burial will be In Crown Hill Cemetery here, with gras ode military nervier Mr Al corn wa. a War II. e(eran of World'are White Funeral Home, Chester ton. Michael A. Irwin ROCHESTER Graveside rites were to be held at 10 a m.

Saturday In the Odd Fellows Cemetery here for Michael Allen Irwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Irwin, Rt. 5, Rochester, who was dead at birth at 6 30 m. Thursday In Farkview Hospital, Plymouth.

Rev. Delbert Ruberg. pastor of the Talma Bible Church, was to officiate. Surviving, with the parents, are the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.

Dalo Irwin, Rt. 5. Roches, ter; the maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mr.

Dale llivy, Rt. 5, Rochester, the maternal great grandmother, Mr, fadie Hisey Rt 5, Rochester; the maternal great grandfather, Guirle hroft, Akron; the paternal great grandparents, Mr. and Mr. Max Irwm, RL 1, Argo, and Mr. and Mr Chn DrMean.

sturgeon Bay. Wi. The Foster and Good Funeral Home wa In rharge of arrangement. John F. Wets 1 ACROSS John F.

Wcl. Tj, of K4 Illlnol St died at I a Friday in Waltrr Hospital Muhigan City, after briefill nrs He wa bom Ot 23,197, I-aCmsw, residing here h-s 1 4 1 (Uma fVin rt or. rrM.iiMR wir a tfrtvor lkn Bnar Vnrm I at PXj try Ar6 1H homm jCw- of nil Pfap6 Avt 7 9d J. at 4 6 ftt Lre4R- bS to twvH U1 Ho IV rr ikctr-M? Pap 94 of 314 er.l Rv Ma'e-r! at 171 Utihan6(i tt 7 tFOVHl AmrOh, of Rt 1 Ply--W 4 oft rh't O'ivie'g John Jo r. it at 6 M.w J1 AhwMkjW4.II 4 W'DA vy R6 A 144 i Ro1 It at W.

Imlumi AvT VO rr-j1 at6n WhiFt ta r6 6 1 lAW 8 I 7V A at Nil lnwfwt 2 it 1 1 4) 1J1 Poe to a at Til) Me a Jt A wsc i 91114 1 91 1 hf 1 4 ftmt 11 member of the Kateni Star, Joha D. Mrehllng FDWARDSnL'RG -John Mechhng. 91. Rt. 1, Kdards.

burg, died at 3 15 am Saturday at the South P-rnd O-teopathir inhere he had lx-en a patient ha- Imo day He wa tim March 24. 1878. in Imon. and lived In the Fdwardsburg all hi life. On June 20, 1 1906.

he wa married In Ca COLFAX-WATERFIELD MORTGAGE BANKERS 702 N. Mkfitgort Jf. 211-4921 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS OF SOUTH HMD OX 1 J41 KMOeil 21J I3J Mrlris Fraset to Iia7el Stark, who aur- g0 Service for Melvlh vivy AKr surviving are a Franrl. 45. of 5dl Water Sf (daughter.

Mr. Olti Gardner of who died Thursday at Starke ji-dw ard-, burg; to sen. Roger Memorial Hospital, will be at 2 of Th.ree River and Duane of pm. Sunday in the I'nltf jl-Jkhart. eight grandi hildren, Urt Churth, vilh Rev flrtvan 17 great hildrrn Rudd, partor.

nffii iklilV Rurial'sen ire at 2 Mon ill be in Highland In the Haul Y. Vavbewfuj Nurih Judon. with military.reral Hume, with Rpv. Wavne gravevnV senlie Friend may, Ialmer. former pa.

tor of the l.frtime He a retired agent' rail untU I pm. Sunday in the I In.ted Method.ri it the Great Ameriran and Mo (Kennedy and Braman Funeral r.mrth, offhiatlrg Burial -ill Vehlrle Invurante Go. On Home He a burn Nov .3 be in Ilurn C.rone (emetrTy jvc 24, 1834. in Tori', and. Ind.

1 1821. tn Ky. On Iks- (north of Cnmn Friend are he married Itwi Klitz, hor. 1845. he wa married Inking re-hed in the fur, era another sUter, Mr, Helen Gnr XynskI of South Bend, Friend may call from 7 to m.

today and from 2 fo I Sunday to Kanlewkl Son Funeral grlr. nd a half sister, Mts in Ann Nl(hedin, Duluth, Friend may rati after 2pm Sunday In the lUrtjW Cuter muth Funeral ltwne Service tnr SELLING YOUR HOME? MLS MEMBERS Will SERVE TOO FROM SUM-UP TO SUNDOWNr will at 19 a Tuesday tn I he VI rurviving ar Taintn Ky tn I uta (Taft thome after n-n Sunday Mr Mi Oara Uem nt Wan ho aurvive Alo vuniurj a ret, red farmer atah and a lirfher. Fd ard nfa n. B-rf-ert. v-rvirg in theand a em tried In the Mu hi 'gan Mate Iarlmen 954 I ft -a, a vi-r for Ua T-p Jatal Home Service will lie at 1 m.

Mrmday In St. CaMmlr'a Catholic Churrb. Rev. Georg Srymanovrkl, parinr, offiriat frg Burial will be In St Jmejh Cemetery. 't'uTmr liy: partnr Hlh.

J-1-. f- r-1 t- yvmOriaWnt I'aik Hr d.ed I-. -ho died In 1 1 ni'ed hun J-- at 11 1J a Frida in home V. tl 1-held at 14 a ia-mg Bunal He had ha I fm. ular hy Monday In ft TTvma.

the Apo. 1 1 (rrrter7 apara.m of Sana ah An hVd Wn volunteer Ulnftte Id t- held 'Army 'in t0 daug-'er ith the American Red fr-, 2 pm M-dav in the Peek Fu M-. Glia Krv.x a.t KMART fervl.r f- ner.l Hun-e. anatah. Rev Jn Sandra Marlene On.

of 1 1 1 1 kara ara mtj 7 Ma ka i as Mil RaW lLa lacl- tw, XLS Mwfbfafy Ika aarxic at tail yct art teiMiaf la aW caiaaJ laiiirt Wit ra8? Cal aa MLS awwkarl PH. 28935 Rev rg purla' 1 f'A A ft t' P.t'R'; SrTvh 'nr I-m. mi nna li. r.o of a heart I at Mortal tn aa'-atmr at lh fhr s'lar, frw'ge here 1 be VI teday at Ihe Sri ftard Mrg.t Fu'-era! livrne Gnim -a'l )' i j.irni-e-l he a vt Carrie, a an, a--d a-ter, Pf ht life lie 11 born Mar'tte Ouf'h. IS, J5il In Smjih pend and la Uame nff.ria Friend may rad aer Sunday in lh b-ome.

KU1PU lATM Drid at OUW Jak Fieri V1T Jot Burl. Tl (4 Ri 2 4 uver, d-ed at II a to tay 1 Stark Mem-evaT HohjI tal. iftef a 1 hurt LUneaa, Ar in ine a em tr Taid Retnift. hH paterea! tery Friend mar rad tn IV rardparentt, Mr. and Mr UU Funetal celled ih.

Ae. -h nf Fmer (. mK, South fund. In brofh-jafter Him. Sunday.

hrf rd Mu5.tmn, Ind, Ilmef 4.lvet I'T md ha tveo re.

Clipped articles people have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 300+ newspapers from the 1700's - 2000's
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The South Bend Tribune
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

About The South Bend Tribune Archive

Pages Available:
Years Available: