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Crrcago tribune. Wednesday, July 14, 1976 Section 3 15 TESMER i bee Anna F. Pice rotlct. SERRELLI See Va F- hot'ee. serritelu I See Cieoria A Sor.ng?' I EMMRICH I See Mariorie Kluczvnski rotice.
FLETCHER 1 Seima Fletcher, nea Reichei. be- 1 loved wife of the late Norman; dear mother of Kenneth (Audrey) and Jack (Diana); grandmother of sin. I visitation Wednesday 2 p.m. to time ot services, 9 p.m., at Friedrichs Funeral Home. 320 W.
Central Road Talent scout Ted Mack dies at 72 MIKA James Mika of Berwvn. Mttno-s. be-I loved husband of Lilian, ree Michalak; brother Elmer and the late Nangie, broker law Charles lAtmaj Mkhaiefc of Tucson, Arizona; urcie of Chanes Michviiek jr Services Tnursdav, Ju-' 15, 10 a at the Joseph Nose Sons Funeral Home, 6716-H 16 corner ot Euclid. Berwvn, inter- ment Woodiawn Mausoleum A member of Lawndale Lodge No, 995 AF AM Masonic Services Wed-j nesflay at 8:00 pm.) Ancient ac-i ceeted Scottish Rite and Telephone Pioneers of America. Please omit flowers.
Visitation 6 p.m. to 9 30 m. Tuesday and 2 p.m to 9:30 Wednesday M0RRISSEY Norman Morrissev. dear son of He-I len O'Dea; s'eo-son ot the late I Jeremiah O'Deaj loving father of Patrick Morrissev: fond brother Rosemarle Maria and Mariorie O'Dea. Funeral Saturday, 9' 30 a from the Bradv-Gin Funeral Home, I 2929 87'h S' to 5V Thomas More Church Interment S' Mary.
I 636-2600 1 1 i KELLY Pau Ke'iv age 66 of Kenosha, passed away July 13. 1976. He was a pressman for h9 Chicago Tribune for 25 years. Survived bv his wile Jutle: one son Martin oe brother David of Chicago ana one sister Mrs Erma Oancik of Lansing, ill two grandchildren. Services will be Thursday at 10:00 a m.
from St. Mary Catholic Church. Interment Holy Sepulcher Cemetery, Chicago, HI. Visitation at the Hansen Funer-al Home, 6019 7th Kenosha. Wi.
from 5:00 p.m on Thursdav. 414-654-2136 KLINGEL Loretta Ktingei. nee Furman, beloved wife Ot Charles loving mother of Marilyn. Charlotte ano Charles dear sister of Rose (John) Panos, Veronica (Walter) Stabrowski. Eleanore (Ray) Rzew-nickl, Virginia (Chester) Balwierc-zak.
Priscilla (Justin) Favmonvine. Larry (Frances) and Tom (Dorothy). Services Thursday, July 15. 2 P.m at Mat! Funeral Home, 410 E. Rand Mount Prosoec Interment Mount Emblem Visitation after 2 p.m.
Wednesday 394- 2336. KLUCZYNSKI Mariorie Emmrich Kluciyniki in A1-legan, beloved wife of Hliiard Klucrvnskl; loving mother of Dale. Danny and Michelle Collins; devot-ed daughter of Robert and Hiima Emmrich; fond sister of Robert Emmrich and LaMoyne (Hotly) Nielsen of Bristol. III. Funeral service Friday, 1 a at Hursen Funeral Home 979 w.
Belmont Av Interment Rose-hill. Visitation Thursday 1 to 9 m. 935-1724. K0ATH Cecelia Koath, nee Cummings, beloved wile of the late Edward C.F.D.; dear mother of Lorraine (William) Burke, John (Grace), Helen (Alan) Hoag. Robert (Grace) and the late Edward (Florence): loving grandmother of 30.
great-grandmother of 19. Resting at Hcn-nessv-Bruno Funeral Home, 5903 Burr Oak Berkeley, from Wednesday 4 p.m. Funeral Friday 9.30 a.m. to St. Domitilla Church.
Interment Mt Carmel 544-0100 K0KENIS John J. KoKemj, beloved husband ot Bertha Kokenis. nee Koumenoakos. loving father of James (Georgia) Kokenis; dear grandfather of Pamela, Fran and Cris Kokenis; tond brother of Louis (Mary) Kokenis, brother In law of Helen Skuros. Funeral Friday, from Blake Lamb Funeral Home, 712 W.
31st to St. Basil Greek Orthodox Church, 733 Ashland Av. Interment Elmwood Cemetery. Visitation after 5 PRIBYL Eugene Pnbvl age 69. passed awav July 12 in Ch-cago.
fatner of Ejgene James Esther Scnmidt, Catherine S'ramel and Ann Strong; 9 'an (J father rjt 17, Brother of Faher Francis Priovl and Geor-giana Pnhyi; rtieces and nephews. Funeral mass '0 30 a Thursday, St Rita Catholic Church, Aurora Burial Mt. Olivet Cemetary. Aurora, Visitation Wednesday after p.m., Healv Chaoel, 332 W. Downer Pl Aurora.
RAPP See Earl A. VanWvck 'O'-ce. RICE Anna F. Rice, be-oved w'te o' Franh; loving mother of Jjne (Daniel) Serreiti and Loverne (Warren) Tesmer; grandmother of two; great-grandmother of three. Funeral Services Thursday 10 a.m.
from the original Rago Brothers Funeral Home, 5120 W. Fullerton. Interment Mount Emblem Please omit flowers AR 6-7800 Or NA 2-5-20 RICHTER Arthur Richter. age 75, beloved husband Helen, nee Peterson; dear brother of Clara, Alei and the ate Hulda, Emma and John; special friend of Bruce Murray, dear uncle of menv nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews in USA, Canada and Germanv. Retired CTA, 241.
Visitation at the Sthmaedeke Funeral Home, 10701 S. Harlem Worth, Wednesday, July 14, 1976. from 2 pm. until time of service at 9 p.m. Interment private.
448-6000. RIGAN See George F. Pletka notice. RILEY John J. Riley, beloved father of Antoinette P.
(Donald Mitchell; loving grandfather of Carrie, Margaret and Brian Mitchell. Funeral Thursday, July 15, 9:15 a.m., from Rvan-Parke Funeral Home, 120 S. Northwest Park Ridge, to Queen ol the Rosary Church, Elk Grove Village. Mass 10 a.m. Interment AM Saints.
Vi stat ion 3-9 p.m. Wednesday. RISTAU Frederick "Fred" Ristau, beloved husband of Giedvs, nee Bean; loving father of 'Paul (Lvnn); grand-a'her of Dawn: brother of Clara (Remhardt) Pohl and the late August. Augusta Deutsch. Albert ina Richter, John, William, Charles and Edward.
Resting at Hornburg-Kiein Evergreen Funeral Home, 2955 W. 95th St Wednesday 2 to 10 P.m. Services Thursdav 1 0 at Christ Memorial Lutheran Church, 4916 W. 107th St. Interment Evergreen.
Memorials to Christ Memorial Lutheran Church will be appreciated. 422-7010. R0ERIG Snrxlil to TfiDye TED MACK, who presided oer the "Original Amateur Hour" on radio and television, died late Monday in Tarry-town. N.Y. He was 72.
Mack began his entertainment career as a band leader and vaudeville master of ceremonies in the 1920s, and was later musical supervisor (or MGM. In 1935 he was summoned east by Maj. Edward Bowes, where he became Bowes' understudy and talent scout on the "Original Amateur Hour" radio show. He carried on as master of ceremonies of the program after Bowes' death in 1948. AMONG THE AMATEUR contestants who went on to fame was Frank Sinatra, who "was never first" on the show, according to Mack.
Others were Beverly Sills, Pat Boone, Ann Margret, Vera Ellen. Jack Carter, and Larry Storch. Born William Edward Maguiness in Greeley, Ted left Denver University, where he had been studying law, to become a professional saxophonist in 1924. He shortened his name to Mack two years later because Maguiness was difficult to fit into theater signs. MACK SPENT 11 years as Maj.
Ted Mack in 1969. Bowes' right hand man. and ran the show himself for another 22. before the show got the ax in 1970. The all-time worst act that ever made the show, he liked to recall, was an old ladv who plaved a pretty good hoedown fiddle.
"All of a sudden in the last eight or ten bars, she popped her false teeth half out of her mouth and clicked thni in rhythm to the music, caslanet style." He lived in Westchester County and is survived by his wife of 50 years, the former Marguerite Oveiholt, who had been his childhood sweetheart. At Mack's request, no funeral services are planned. Obituaries SHANAHAN Micnael Shanahar, July 13, :96, husband of Jane, dar 'ather of Therese (Timothy) Rapes and William (Patricia) Shanahan; tond son of James and Evelyn Shanahan, brother of Elavne Pine and James Shanahan. Visitation at Nelson Fu neral Home, Talcott Road at Cumberland, Park Ridge, Thursday 9 10 a.m., to Manr Seat of Wisdom Church. Mass a interment Queen of Heaven.
Memorials American Cancer Society ao predated. 123-5122. SKRINDAU Blanche nee Moisan, age at Our Lady of Angels Retirement Home. Joliet. Tuesflav July 13, 1976.
beloved wife of the late Anthony Skrindall; sister of Laura Tromb'v of Mays Lake and Mr Alice (Tedl Butter of Chicago, George Moisan of Mays Lake and Alfred Moisan of Orland Park Remains resting at Our Ladv of Angeli Retirement Home, 1201 Wyoming Joiie. Funeral services at Our'Ladv of Anqeis Retirement Home, Friday. Mass 10 a.m Entombment Resurrection Mausoleum, joiet. Visitation Thursday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 m. For info.
Fred C. Dames Funeral Home, Joliet. 815-726-5211. SLSMP Leonard S. Slemp, veteran of W.
W. II, husband of Irene, nee Bowbai; father of Thomas, Gary and Mark; brother of Eleanor (the late William) Leshley, Walter, Bernice (Stanley) Januszewskl, Stanley (Carrie), Anthony (Betty), Jeer (the late Bud) Dettman, Josephine (George) Janicek, Henry (Dolores) and the late Joseph (Marie); also nieces and nephews, great-niece and great-neohews. Funeral Thursday, Julv 15, at 8:45 a.m.. from Fortune Funeral Home, 4401 S. Kedzie to St.
Mary Star of the Sea Church Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Please omit flowers. LA 3-7781. SMITH Dovie K.
Smith, "ee Wiil.ams. beloved mother of Dolores i Ralph) Elliott, Elizabeth A. 'Betty' Smih. Mary F. dear grandmothr of Wayman, Michael and Katherine 'Kathy' Howard and Stenharip Laumar; fond sister of Elizabeth (Julius) Mason, Evelyn Hilliard, Henry and Claude Williams; aunt of many nieces and nephews.
Visitation 8:30 p.m. Funeral 9 p.m., Wednesday, July 15, from Metropolitan Funeral Parlors, 4445 S. King Dr. Interment Thursday, July 15. Oak Wood Cemetery.
For lnformaftor. 285-5678. SMITH Notra Helen Smith, Julv 12. 1976, beloved wife of the late Frank loving mother ot Dorothy (Robert Mulvev; dear grandmother of Robert Kevin J. and Randall T.
Mulvev; fond sister of Lily Baum-garden, Monte Black, Coy, Ira and Van waite. Funeral service Thursday 1:30 P.m. at Fern Chanel, So. Western Ave. at 100th St.
Interment Evergreen. Visitation Wednesday, 2 to 9:30 P.m. SMITH Peter M. Smith July 12. 1976.
beloved husband of Emily (nee At-zel) and of the late Margaret Sharkey Smith; dear father ot Alfred J. (Florence) and Peter M. Jr. (Rose Mary); fond grandfather of nine; loving brother of William and Robert Smith and Margaret Now. Funeral Thursdav 8:45 a.m.
from the Conbov Funeral Home, 6150 W. North to St. Angela Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet.
Visitation Tuesdav, 5-tO P.m. and Wednesday, 4-10 p.m. In leiu of flowers donations to the Heart Fund would be appreciated. Charter member of Neer-Goudie Post 846 American Legion. 237-1134 SPRINGER Cieoria A.
Springer, nee SerriteHa, beloved wife of Carl dear mother of- Ky; darling daughter of Tib by and Babe SerriteHa; fond daughter In law of Lena and the late Max Sorlnger. Funeral Thursday, 8:30 a.m., from the Galewood Funeral Chaoels, 1857 N. Harlem to St. Matthias Church. Mass 10 a.m.
Entombment Queen of Heaven Mausoleum, in lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Diabetic Foundation. Visitation Wednesday, after 4 p.m. 889-1700. STEENSTRUP Melvin C. Steenstrup, age 69, WW ll Veteran, of 1126 Jefferson Osh-tosh.
Wise, died Monday, Julv 12. 1976, beloved husband ot Sarah, nee Mulryan; father of William ot Omaha, Neb. and Susan Charles) Cole of Greenbay, Wise; brother of Eleano Norton of P'co Rivera, grandfather of three, Services Thursday, 10:30 a.m. at Fiss Bills Funeral Home, Oshtosh, Wise Former Purchasing Agent for Food Stores. Member of Joseph Triner Post of Chicago.
Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery, Hillside. at 2:30 m. Thursday. 414-235-1170. STREBA Henrietta M.
Streba, nee Bon-kowski, beloved wife of WMUam; loving mother of Robert (Beverly) and Gerald (Sharon); dear grandmother of Robert, Steven, Jefferv, Denise, Gerald, Patricia and Brian; fond sister of Stella Jagiello, Casey Bonkowiki and Irene White. Funeral on Thursday, July 15, 1976, at 9:30 a.m., from PotereV Funeral Home, 5735 W. Fulterton, corner of Mango, to St. James Church. Mass 10 a.m.
Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery. Please omit flowers. BE 7-6400. STYLES Richard J.
Styles, beloved husband of Agnes nee Laing; loving father of Jean (Alfred) Jansen and Betty (Otto) Arnold; dear grandfather of ten; great-grandfather of one; fond brother of Joseph and Arthur. Veteran of WW1. Member of 122nd Field Auxiliary post 236 of the American Legion. Visitation from 4 to 10 Wednesday and Thursday, interment Arlington Cemetery MU5- 4400. SZ0T Anna F.
Szot, beloved wife of Joseph, dearest mother of Patric a and Kenneth tCeieste). loving grandmother of Lisa and Matthew; ond sister of HaHie (Joseohi Malecki, Eva (Joseph) Perlinski, Marge (the late Walter) Paiewsui and the late Carrie (John) Pawt-ia, Lillian (John) Potoczek, Marvanne (Walter) Ulanski, Joanne (John) Jaszka and Bruno Miczvnski; aunt of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Fridav. 9:15 a.m. from Richard Funeral Home, 5749 Archer Av corner of Lorei, to St.
Barbara Church, interment Resurrection Cemetery Visitation Wednesdav, after i rr. 767-1840. Funerol Directors i facturer and distributor, will be Wednesday at Chapel of the Hills, in Los Gatos, Cal. Mr. Vaughan, 65, retired in 1958 and had lived in Saratoga, Cal.
since 1960. Surviving are his widow, Jane; two sons. William and Stanley; two daughters, Mrs. Priscilla Mauerman and Mrs. Martha V.
Northrup; and eight grandchildren. Kugcr R. Leech Services for Roger R. Leech. 74.
of 1350 N. Astor a Chicago attorney for 50 years, will be at 2 p. m. Thursday In the Fourth Presbyterian Church, 126 E. Chestnut St.
Mr. Leech, who died Monday in his home, was a partner in the firm of Tenney Bentley, 69 W. Washington and had specialized in real estate law. A native of Tipton, he graduated from the University of Chicago law school. Surviving is a sister, Hope.
Kenneth Ball Services for Kenneth Ball, longtime chauffeur for Chicago financier Henry Crown, will be at 8 p.m.' Wednesday at the Ebenezer A.M.E. Church at 1109 Emerson Evanston. Mr. Ball, 68, died Saturday in home at 2021 Emerson in the suburb. He is survived by his wife, Alma, and four sisters.
Visitation will be at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the church. Harold I. Salzenstein Services for Harold I. Salzenstein.
78, of Peoria Heights, 111., will be at 11 a.m., Wednesday, in the chapel at 2101 N. Knoxville Peoria. Mr. Salzenstein, who died Monday in Proctor Hospital, Peoria, was president of Schradzki a Peoria clothing firm, and the founder of the Clothiers New York. He is survived by his widow, Leontine; a daughter, Mrs.
Doris Reul-ing; a son, Stanley; two brothers; and a sister. Jack Leon Jack Leon, 81, a retired Chicago restaurateur, died Tuesday in Miami Beach. Mr. Leon, who had owned and operated Leon's Restaurant at 555 W. Surf St.
until his retirement eight years ago, is survived by a daughter, Mrs. June Albin; a son, Seymour; six grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and a sister. Services will be at 1 p. m. Thursday in the chapel at 111 Skokie Wilmette.
Mrs. Mae Feld Mrs. Mae Feld. 7C. former Chicago resident and mother of Stanley J.
Rose, publisher of the Sun Newspapers in Johnson County. died Tuesday in Kansas City, Mo. Also surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Leah DeRoulet; five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and five sisters. Services will be Thursday at the Louis Memorial Chapel in Kansas City.
Dr. Irwin Widen Dr. Irwin Widen, 50, died Tuesdav in his home at 3434 W. Bryn MawrAv. He was professor of special education at Northeastern Illinois University.
5500 N. St. Louis for 12 years and a past president of the World Education Fellowship. He is survived by his widow, Maria; two sons, Merritt and Darrell; his mother. Mildred: and a brother.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in the chapel at 5206 N. Broadway. Leonard II. Vaughan Jr.
Memorial services for Leonard H. Vaughan a retired vice president and director of the Vaughan-Jacklin in Downers Grove, a seed manu THOMPSON Arnjr Thompson, beOved hjS- oand nt Mariar, nee Scheutrman; loving father of Janet (John) Far-reU Scot: (Diana) and Donn; fond broftv-r of Raymond (Joan); dear grandfather of Heather and Alison Thompson. Services Tnurwi- at Smith-Corcoran Funeral Home, 1 6'50 Cicero Av. Interment St-Lucas Cemetery. Visitation 2 to 5 m.
and 6 to 10 P.m. Wednesday, in i eu of 'lowers, memorials to Luther Memorial Lutheran Church, 2500 W. Wilson, would be appreciated. 736- 3833 VonWYCK Earl A vanWvck, of West Chicago, beloved husband ol the la' Theresa, dear step father of Joseoh I Rriao; loving grandfather of I David and Ray Raoo; fond brother' of John and the late Frances and Minne Services 130 P.m Thursday I at the Woooward Funeral Home. Route 59 and Pine West Chicago.
Bur.ai Glen Oak Cemetery, West Chicago Visitation Wednes day 7 to 9 p.m. 231-1300. VAUGHAN Leonard Hoiden Vaughan age 64 years, in S-wtoga, July 12, 1976, nat've of Chicago, Hi. and formerly of LaGrange, husband of Jane J. Vaughan of Saratoga, father of William J.
Vaughan of Naperv Me. Ill PrisciMa V. Mauerman of Sookane, Martha V. Northrup of Saratoga, Cal. and S'aniev R.
Vaughan of Dallas. Te brother of Gager Vaughan of Western Springs, Alan Vaughan of Ft, Mver, Warren Vaughan of Pompano, Fla. and Edward Vaughan of Hinsdale. also survived bv eight grandchildren. Memorial serv res Julv 14, 4 p.m., at the Darling-Fischer Chaoel of the Hills, 615 Santa Cruz Los GltOS, Cai Final resinq place Rosehill Cemetery.
Chicaqo, III. von PERBAN0T Kurt von Pe-bandt, beloved father of Marguerite iWHiam) Haqe-, Lois Albert JavO'sky ad Lous 'Marv Ann) von Perbandt Jf grandfather of nine and qreat-grandfa'her of five; fond Dfcther ot Alice Fisher Funeral Thursday a.m, at Blake-Lamb 4727 103d Oak Lawn, internipnt St. Mary Cemetery. Visitation aftir 5 m. Tuesday.
Please omit For public transportation can 636-H93 or Chicago 735-4242 WESTMAN Mr. Rchard Westman, age 60, son of Harvey Emily Westman, of Grand Rapids, passed away Monday mofning. Surviving are his wile Mvrtle; his children Mr. Mrs Richard D. (Merrv) Westman of Grand Rapids and Kathleen Westman nf Chicago; a sister Mrs.
Viola Tllimanns of Park Ridge, and two nephews. Funeral Services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:00 p.m at the Van't Hot Chapel In Grand Ranids. Contributions in his memory may be made to the American Cancer Society. WHITE Margaret Goyak White, nee GH'ch, late of Worth, 111, beloved wife of the late Matthew Goyak White; loving mother of Matthew F. (Dorothy) and Edward J.
White, Delores B. (Thomas) McKinney, Alice M. (Sal) Santanqelo and the late Barbara dear grandmother of great-qrandmother of Six; fond sister of Mary Bruce, Clara Craig, Anns Mav, Frank, John, the late Edward and Charles Gleich. Funeral Thursdav, 9:00 a.m, from Blake-Limb Funeral Home, 4727 W. 103rd Oak Lawn to Sacred Heart Church, Palos Hills Mass 10 00 a m.
Interment St. Man's For trans, info, call 636-1193 or 735-4242 WHITNEY Dennis G. Whitby, age 21, late of Chaoel Hill, North Carolina, formerly o' Carol S'eam. unexpectedly July 13; beloved son of Junior and Irene, dear bmthpr of Edward, Bobby, Gary, Harold, David, Peggv (Don) Hartllne. Employed by AAA Window Washing Co.
Funeral Ser-vices Friday at 10 a.m. from Martin Funeral Home, 333 S. RoseMe RoseHe. 1L. Visitation Thursdav tprnoon until time of service.
Interment Lake Street Memorial, Elgin, IL. 529 5751 WIDEN Dr. Irwin Widen of 3434 W. Bryn Mawr, Professor of Education, Northeastern Illinois University, husband of Maria, nee Sosnow; devoted father of Merrift and Darrell beloved son of Mildred and the late Dr. Herman Widen; dear brother ot Dr Arnold (Helen) Widen Services Thursdav, 10 a.m.
at Piser Memorial Chapel, 5206 N. Broadway Interment Rosehill. Friends mav oav their respects a the Chapel, Wednesday 6 p.m. to 9 P.m 561-4740 W0PINSKI Michael (A.K.A. Waller) Wopinski, betovd brother of Mvrtle Waller, Dr Rov E.
Waiier of Clearwater, Fia the late Sarah Blumenthai. Harry Waiter, Frank Waller, Helen Waller, Benjamin Wooinskl and Edward Waller: loving uncle of Evelyn Vfhon, June Servm, Ralph and Howard Blumenthai. Services Wednesday 2 o.m. at Orfginal Weinstein and Sons Chanel, 3019 Peterson Av. Interment Westlawn Cemetery.
Member of Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Lincoln Perk Commonwealth Lodge. B'nel B'rlth 1764 Chanel visitation at time of service only 561-1B90. WURTZ Mary Wurtr age 98 Monday, July 12. Jo'iet, late of Wesley Township, Wilmington, III; mother of Margaret Anderson of Joliet and Mildred Joyce of Wilmington! six grandchildren; eight greet-grandchildren. Friends mav call at tne Reeves Funeral Home, Wilmington on Wednesdav, Julv 14, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.
Funeral services Thursday, Juiv 15, 10 a st Rose Catholic Church. Burai Mount Olivet Cemetery. Wilmington, WYNNE Margaret Wynne, beloved sister of Frank Wynne and the late Mav and Geraidme and Donald. Member of Chicaqo Typographical Union No. 16 Formenv of Park Forest, III.
Lae resident of Companv of Marv Health Facti -ty, sn Pieire, Indiana i rterment St. Jacobs Cemetery. Nor'h Judson, rdana, July 14 Funprai services private. YARBR0UGH Ada M. Yarbrnugh, beloved wife of Ernest nothpr of Ernest B.
Jassaminn Ba'chman, Shirley Walker, Celeste Redd, Donald William A Camille Yar and Martin Deoorres Yarbrough; grandmother ot t': great-qrandmother or Three. 1 Visitation Thu'sdav. 7 p.m., at St. Anseim's Church, 6045 S. Michigan.
Mass 7 30 Thursday. Burial Holy Sepulchre. Funeral Directors 7 SOUTH THOMAS MclNERNEY SONS 4635 WalUceSt BO 8 0703 NORTHWEST MALEC FUNERAL HOME 834 38 AshlandAvt HA 1-580C MOON Miiauetvr 774 4100 JOHN MEISZNER 5624 Irvmq P- Fid PE 6 9000 CHRIST NIELSEN Inc Furnl Mom 330' 'uiwion BE 5-6878 SUBURBAN HEINEN A IOSCHETTER Oa.L4i 425 4060 Res-dencp 425-4527 McPHEE FUNERAL HOME 0J HFtm-nm Lodcpon 815 S3S-0M: RVAN-PARKE FUNERAL HOMI ITOSo NVv Hy Pk 823.1171 SCHMAFOEKE FUNERAL HOMC 5 Hjr e- VlDllh 448-6080 THE NEW SHEEHY FUNERAL HOME "020W I2'S' 361 4235 SHEEHY FUNERAL HOME 4950 9lh SI Burblnk 857-'8'8 MUELLER Margaret Muener of Paios Heights, beloved wife of the late Rov fond mother of the late Mariorie Arnos; grandmother of two; aunt of Wanda Maiamis, Bruce and Eugene McNeil; dear friend of Paul McDowell VisiWion at Van Hen-keium Funeral Home. 12534 S. Harlem Paios Heights, Wednesday 6 o.m to 10 P.m Funeral services Saturday at Mitchell Funeral Home, Orleans, Neb.
Interment Orleans Cemetery. 448-3530. MULLEN Frances Scott Mullen of Chicago, formerly of Evanston, July 13, 1976, wife of the late William H. Mullen; survived bv many nieces and neohews. Friends mav call at Heb-biethwaite Chanel, 1567 Maple Evanston, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m.
Wednesday, where service will be he'd I m. Thursday. Interment St. Boniface Cemetery. In lieu ot flowers, memorials may be 'made to -he Ben Haden Evangelical Assoc Bon 100, Chattanooga, Tenn.
MURDOCH Dorothy Kerr Muraocn, 'Ovng daughter of the late William and Eva Kerr; dear mother of Jean Pelzman; grandmother of Mark, Philip and Laura; sister of Meredith Langxord and Eva Rogers. Funeral service Thursdav, 10 a.m. at Lawn Funeral Home, 7909 State Rd. (55O0W). Interment Evergreen.
636-2320 NACHMAN Ida M. Nachman, of Los Angeles, formerly of Chicago, daughter of the late Henrietta Bach Nachman and the tate Michael Nachman; sister of the taie Isaac, Fred, Ab raham, and Louis Nachman. NELSON Alice E. Nelson, of 328 N. Mil-waukee LibertyviHe, loving of the late John Nelson; fond mother of Nancv (James) Grace, of LibertyviHe, and the late Warren and Wallace; grandmother of six; great-grandmother of six; sister ot Rov Thompson, of Friendship, Wise.
Memorial service 2 p.m., Thursday, at United Methodist Church, LibertyviHe. No visitation. Interment private. Family suggests memorials to the American Cancer Society or the Heart Fund. 362-3009.
NELSON Natalie P. Nelson, age 84 formerly of Gienvlew, beloved wife of the late Mandus; loving sifter of J.W. Parson of Glenview and Mrs. R. Dewey of Rockford.
Graveside service 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 14, 1976, in Scandanavlan Cemetery. Rockford, II. Family requests thaf memorials be sent in lieu of flowers to Rockford Memorial Hospital, School of Nursing. Mrs.
Nelson was a member of the Glenview Community Church, the Order of Eastern Star and a Graduate of Rockford Memorial Hospital, School of Nursing. Ar-rangments by Fred C. O'son Mortuary, Rockford, II. 115-963-6521. 0ELKER Lucille Oelker, age 32, 4935 Willow Springs Road, La Grange, drowned Saturday afternoon, survivors include her husband Dietrich; three sons, Vincent, Dietrich, Mark, and one daughter Cynthia, all at home; daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Be I ton Rollinson. Services 10 a.m., Thursday, Steinke Funeral Home, Galena. Friends may call from 5 to 10 P.m., Wednesday. Burial Elizabeth, cemetery.
815-777-9000. 0LSEN Beatrice Olsen, nee Nessv, former manager of the Culture Review School of Chicago, late residence I ndiatlentlc, formerly of Chicago, beloved wife of the late William Sophus Olsen; devoted daughter of the late Joseph and Anna Nessy; fond sister of Bernlce Knudsen of Indiatlantic, Fla. and Joseph F. (Anna) Nessy of Union Pier, Mich. Services Thursday, Julv 15, 10 a.m., at Svec and Sons Funeral Home, 6227 W.
Cermak Rd. Interment Mount Emblem. Visitation Wednesday beginning 6 p.m. GU 4-2050 or Bi 2-2027. 0'MALLEY Colleen O'Mailev, age 4.
darling daughter of Vincent and Christina, nee Walsh; dear sister of Mary Ellen, Maureen and Tracy Ann; granddaughter of Patrick and Catherine Walsh, the late Patrick and Mary Ellen O'Mailev. Resting at the Coonev Funeral Home, 3552 N. Southoort after 2 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m.
to St. Lambert Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment All Saints. PARENTI Guido beloved husband of Argie; dear father of Diana (Gerald) Mellenthln and the late Pfc.
Carl; grandfather of Laura, Karen, Ted, Joseph and Mary Carol; brother of the late Albert and Vit-torio. Funeral Thursdav, 9 a.m.. from the Belmont Funeral Home, 7120 W. Belmont to Assumption Church. Mass 10 a.m.
Entombment S. Joseph Cemetery. Please omit flowers. Visitation after 3 p.m. Wednesday.
286-2500. PENCZEK Genevieve Penciek, nee Michalak, beloved wife of Steve loving mother of Steve A. and Gary (Oe-nice); fond sister of Matt (Sophie) Michalak and Victoria (William! Kostelny. Funeral Friday. July 16, 9 a.m., from John H.
Patka Funeral Home, 1256-58 51st to St. Adrian Church, interment Resurrection Cemetery. 80 8-5257. PER0T70 Eva Perotto of Cicero, dear sister of Flovd (Louise), Dante (Emma) and Cam (Lorraine); fond aunt of Richard and Charles. Services Thursday, 9 a.m., from Moravecek Funeral Home, 5318 W.
25h Cicero, to St. Attracta Church. Mass of the Resurrection at 9:30 a interment Queen of Heaven. Visitation after 6 m. Tuesday.
TO 3-4242. PERS.C0 Ann M. Persico, nee V-keras, beloved wife of Carlo, dear mother of athv C. Persico, fond sister of Peter (Barbara) Vikeras and George Irene) Vikeras. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a from the Granata Galewood South Funeral Chapels, 10545 Cicero Oak Lawn, to St.
Nicholas of Toientine Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. interment St. Casimir. Visitation Wednesday, after 6 P.m.
423-2400. PETERSON See Arthur O. Richter notice. PETERSON See Arthur O. Richter notice.
PF1STER Andrew Pfister of Elk Grove Vilta9e. beloved husband of Violee nee Larson; fond father of De--nm's (Jovce), Andrew (Geri) and Gregory (Carol); step father of Dr. Roilo Nesset fTommie) and Nancv Walker (Robert); grandfather of brother of George Pfister and Irene Dornacher. Resting at the Ahlgrim and Sons Funeral Home, 201 N. Northwest Palatine, from 2 to 9:30 p.m.
on Wednesday. Services p.m. Thursdav, Julv 15 Interment Ridge wood Cemetery. 358-7411. PIPER Helen E.
Piper, July 13, 1976, loving daughter of the late Marie and Henry Piper; fond sister of Anna M. Klier; aunt of Helen Williams, Betty Weber, and William Kller. Services Friday, Julv 16, 11 a.m. at Drake Son Funeral Home 5303 N. Western Avenue.
Interment Rosehill Cemetery. Visitation after 7 o.m Wednesday. In lieu of flowers memorials to Unity Evangelical Lutheran Church will be appreciated 561-6874. PLETKA George F. Pletka.
beloved husband of Marie, nee Rigan, loving brother of Helen (Waiter) Planner, James (Clara) and Robert; dear brother in law of Kenneth (Mildred) Rigan, Myrtle Rigan and Helen Bernstein. Funeral Thursday, 10:30 at Otto V. Stransky 8 Son Funeral Home, 5112 S. Western. Interment Evergreen.
In lieu of flowers, olease contribute to the Cancer Society. PR8-0700 at Northwest Mount Prosoect. 255-7800. F0RYS Henry M. Fo-vs, beloved husband of Edna, formerly Smith; fond stepfather of Barbara (Eugene) Masters; loving brother of Wanda (the late Leo) Obodtlnski.
Sophie (Stanley) Luka, Victor (Marie), Stella (the late Thomas) Skender, Joseph (Helen), Edward (Helen), Dorothy (John) Popovich and Helen (Clarence) Sunde. Memorial mass Thursday. July 15. at 10 a.m., at St. Mary of Czestochowa Church, 48th Court and 30th Street.
Cicero. Interment Queen ot Heaven Cemetery. Member ot Cardinal Council K. of and I Local 134 OL 2-2005. GIBSON Richard A Gibson of Highland Park, beloved husband of Mary; loving father of Mrs.
Thomas (Patricia) Murray and Richard also bv two brothers and one sister. Visitation 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 m.
Wednesday at Kelley 8 Spalding Funeral Home, 17B7 Deerfield Highland Park, where service will be held 10 a.m. Thursday, July 15. Interment Ascension. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Immaculate Conception Church Building Fund, Highland Park, or the Cancer Fund. Info.
811-4260. GLEICH See the Margaret Govak Wh'te notice. GREENLEE Huron O. Greenlee, beloved tiusoancl of Ruby, nee Carpenter; fond father ot John (Marian); grandfather ot five; great-grandfather of three. $0 vear membe' of River Foret-Austm Lodge, No.
850, AF. 1 A.M. Past Pation of Jephthah Chapter, No. 310. O.E.S Past Watchman of Shepherd Marnatn, Roval Patron of Amaranth and retired from C.
N.W R.R. alter 30 years service. Resting at the Ahlgrim and Sons Funeral Home, W. Division from 7 to 10 P.m. on Thursdav.
Services 8:30 p.m. Thursdav, July IS. Masonic services Thursdav, 8 under the auspices of River Forest-Ajstin Lodge. Memorials will be appreciated for the charity of vour choice. Interment in Belle Plaine, Iowa AU 7-4440.
GUT MANN Ben L. Gutfnann, Jul 13, 1976, latt of Olympia Fields, loving husband of Helen; fond father of James, Mark and Clifford; devoted brother of Walter. Funeral services Wednesday. July 14, 3 P.m., at Temple Anshe Shoiom, OWmpia Fields, III. Interment Elmwood Cemetery, Hammond, Ind.
Bums-Klsh Funeral Home, Monster, in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the charity of your choice. Info. 219-134-5000. HAGBERG Bertna Hagberg, age 76, of Brook-field, beloved wife of Paul Hag berg; loving mother of Robert (Irene) Hagberg; brother of Sven Asp of Sweden; grandmother of two.
Member of Eastern Star and Senior Citiiens Club of Brookfield. Memorials to University of Chicago Medical School or Heart Association. For HU 5-8)34 HAUSER Eupreslna Hauser, 85 of Fox Lake, formerly of Melrose Park, beloved wife of the late Fred. Visitation Wednesday 4 to 10, at Bormann Funeral Home, 16th north of Lake Melrose Park, where services will be held Thursday, tt a.m. Interment Forest Homo.
344-0714. HAWKINS0N Lvdfa Hawkinson, loving mother of Evelyn Kaps, Dorothy Penrod and the late Gordon; grandmother of seven; great-grandmother of seven. Chapel services Wednesday, I p.m., at Edward Andersen Funeral Home, 3534 w. North Av. Interment private.
In lieu of flowers, contributions to your favorite charity will be appreciated. Visitation Wednesday 6 P.m. to 9 p.m. 335-0770. HEITKAMP Amy Louise Heitkamp, beloved wife of the late Ervln dear mother of Ernest (LeVerne), Vlolette (James) Mullins, Phyllis Jean (Donald) Clark and the lata Bet-tvlou; grandmother of Wesley.
Janet, Sandie Soldwlsch, John, Scott, Sheldon and Roy; great-grandmother of Danny, Debbie and. Janelle. Services Wednesday, 11 a.m., at Richert aV Mevar Funeral Home, 320 W. Lake Addison. Interment Mount Emblem.
Visitation Tuesdav 2 to 9 p.m. 543-9541. HELMS Roy T. Helms, beloved husband of Alice, nee Burns; dear father of Loudean (Marlon) Martin, Glen (Jeannlne), Richard (Carol), David (Barbara) and Ron (Marllynn); grandfather of 14; brother of Joseph and Maude Tomat. Resting at Geils Funeral Home, 180 S.
York Ben-senvlile. III. where services will be held Thursdav at 1:00 p.m. Interment Mt. Emblem.
Visitation Wednesday p.m. 766-3232 HOFFMANN Frank F. Hoffmann of Cicero, beloved husband ot Iva nee Horn; dear father of Richard, Mariorie and Wendell F. (Mabel) Hoffmann; grandfather of Richard W. and Cindy Hoffmann, Joyce (John) FIndlay, Wendy L.
(Douglas) Pellett; greatgrandfather of tour; brother of Walter (Alma) and Roy Hoffmann. At George Schubert Chaoel, 6616 W. Cermak Rd. Visitation 2 to 9 p.m. Tuesdav and Wednesday.
Funeral Thursdav 10:30 a.m Interment Memory Gardens. Member of Brighton Park Lodge, No. 854. A A.M. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Heart Fund will be appreciated.
788-1092. HYAMS Sarah Hyams ot 5454 South Shore beloved daughter of the late Simon and'Esther Hyams; dear sister of the late David, Sam, Abraham, Jane, Harry and Jack Hyams. Services and interment private. JACOBS Patricia H. Jacobs, beloved daughter of Josephine and the late Bruno Jacobs; dear sister of Harriet (Edward) Susala, Sally Wantroba and Seraohine Jacobs; beloved aunt of many nieces and nephews.
Funeral Thursday, 9 a.m., from The Montdair Funeral Home, 6901 W. Belmont to St. Alovsius Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St.
Joseph Cemetery. Visitation after 6 p.m. Tuesdav. 622-9300. JANIK S'aniev J- Janik, beloved husband of Catherine, nee Bary's; dear brother of Mary (the late John) Szerrren and the late Theodore (the late Bernice); fond uncle of many nieces and nephews.
Services Thursdav, 9:15 a.m., from Zetron Funeral Home, 1941 W. Cermak to St. Adalbert Church. Mass 10 a m. Interment St.
Adalbert Cemetery. Member of Gorman Dunn Post, No. 547, A L. Visitation Tuesdav 6 to 10 p.m. and Wednesday 2 to 10 p.m.
Please omit flowers. 847-6688. JANOWSKI Gene Janowskl, 7 years, son of Gene and Georgine, nee Finise Janowski brother of Samuel Janowski; grandson of George and the late Hope Finise and Helen and Louis Janowski. Resting at the Hal-linan Funeral Home, 2601 Vermont Street, Blue Island. Mass of the Resurrection Thursday, 10 a.m.
at St. Donatus Church, interment Holy Sepulchre. FUS-0850. JENDRYCKI Ray B. Jendrycki, veteran of W.
W. II. beloved husband of Mary, nee Jediinlaki loving father of Arlene; fond son of the late Mary and Andrew; dear brother of Edward (Martha), Adolph (Jean), Leonard (Delorei), Virginia (Fred) Mullen, Svlvie (George) Pearson, Sr. M. Flortan, C.
S.F.N, and Mary. Funer. al Thursdav, 10 a.m., from Malec and Sons Funeral Home. 6000 N. Milwaukee to St.
Tarcissus Church. Interment St. Adalbert. 774-4100. JOHNSON Vrginia Johnson, nee Barn hart, beloved wife of Robert Johnson; loving mother of Ronald John-son; fond sister of Darrell Barnhart.
Funeral Thursdav, 10 a.m. Blake-Lamb Chapel, 4727 W. 103rd Oak Lawn. Burial private. Visitation after 2 p.m.
Wednesday. For public transportation information call 636-1193 or Chicago 735-4242. J0RGENS0N Therese Jorgenson, beloved wife of the late Peter loving mother of Ralph (Helen), Wayne (Sue). Norma (John) Davis and the late LeRoy (the late Christine); fond grandmother and great-grandmother of many; dear sister of Dagny Ed-gren of Norway. Services Thursday, 10 a.m., at Laln-Hursen Funeral Home, 5501 N.
Ashland Av. Inter-ment Rose hill Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday and Wednesday to 10 p.m. 561 -2645. JOYCt See Mary Wurti notice.
KEATING See Charles P. Davey notice. KEBZA Charles J. Kebia, late of Stlckney, beloved husband of Lorraine; brother of Beverly (Francis) O'Brien and Helen Kebia. Services Fri.
day at 10:30 a.m. at H. Marik Sons. 6507 W. Cermak Berwvn.
bter. ment Woodlawn Memorial Park Cemetery. Member of the Old Tim-ers Basketball Association. Visitation Wednesday after I GU 4-6310 ar Bi 2-3255. Deaths elsewhere Boris Butoma, 59.
head of the Soviet shipbuilding industry who helped introduce atomic-powered shipping; in Moscow. Beatrice Matbieu, 71, fashion and humor writer for the New Yorker magazine and for newspaper syndicates, and widow of the late Freudian analyst, Dr. Allan Roos: in New York City. Brooks Fleming Ellis, 78, curator emeritus of the American Museum of Natural History in New York and one of the world's foremost authorities on the microscopic foraminifera fossils used in the search for petroleum deposits; in St. Mary's, W.Va.
ni'itat" r. rv vc 1 1 sj dbitf-i, beloved husband of Virginia I rono ratner ot Beverly j. Novanoer; grandfather of four; brother of Mariorie Roerlg, Marie Roerig, Martha Van de Ben and the late Elizabeth Janggen, Carl Roerig and Henrietta Buchholi. Memorial service 7:30 pm. Thursdav at the Presbyterian Church of Berwvn, 32d and Clinton Avenue.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Presbyterian Church of Berwvn or the Christian industrial League of Chicago. R0MZ0 Paul J. Romio, beloved husband of the late Gertrude; loving father ot Robert (Clara) and Lorraine (Joseph) Lubinski; dear brother of Henry (Clara), Albert (Sally), Mary (the late Edward) Kirsch and Ann (Jack) Savage; fond grandfather of Wavne Romzo, Therese Datko, Mark Lubinski, Sharon Wolf and Christopher Lubinski; great-grandfather of sii. Services Thursdav, 9:30 a.m., from Diversey Funeral Home. 3601-05 W.
Diversev to St. Hyacinth Church. Interment St Adalbert Cemetery. Visitation after 2 P.m. Wednesday.
Information, 342-1700 ROSSt Concetta M. Rossi, nee Raia, beloved wife of Vito; loving mother Antoinette (Tony) Melone and Margaret (William) Albin; fond grandmother of Frederic, Michael and Steven Melone, Jeffrey, Bruce, Gregory and Joanne A'bin; daughter of Egidta and the late Frank Raia; sister of Pat Raia, Rose Raia, Joseohine Intlso, Ann Civinelli, Anthony Raia, Dr. James Raia M.D., Lorraine Trippiedi, Carmella Maf titt, Julia Hoerber and the late Frances Raia. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.m., from Steuerle Funeral Home, 350 S. Ardmore Villa Park, to St.
Alexander Church. Mass 10 a.m. Entombment Queen of Heaven. Visitation after 3 P.m. Wednesday.
832-4161 ROTH Mary Roth, nee Liber, beloved wife of the late John; fond mother of Marie (Leo) Bronlarczyk, Anna Schimlck, Nora (James) Pletka, John, Cecelia, Albina (William) Spanier and the late Helen and Henry; grandmother of six; great-grandmother of 10. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m., from Becvar Funeral Directors, 5218 S. Kedzie to Five Holy Martyrs Church. Interment Resurrection. Please omit flowers.
Visitation Tuesdav after 6 p.m. 776-3809. RUDMAN Albert J. Rodman, late of Betten-dorf, Iowa, formerly of South Holland, beloved husband of Elye, nee Jurkas; dear father of Karen and Robert; brother of Helen (M-Ian) Varichak. visitation after 4 p.m.
Wednesday and 2 to 10 p.m. Thursday. Funeral service lOe.m, Friday, Julv 16, at Drumm Funeral Home, 1200 E. I62d one block west of the Calumet Expressway on U.S. 6, South Holland.
Interment St. Mary Cemetery. Member of Lowvaie Lodge, No 1)39, A.F. 8. A.M.
and C.F.u. Lodge, No. 9. 333-001 1. RUF0 John A.
Rufo, suddenly, beloved son of Frank and Elena, nee Giannini; fond brother of Julio (Patricia) and the late Anthony; dear uncle of Christopher. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 am from the Montdair Funeral Home, 6901 Belmont to St. Francis Borgia Church. Mass 10 am. Interment St.
Joseph Cemetery. NA2-9300 SANDER Scott Christopher Sander, bom November 19, 1952, drowned July 12 at Foster Ave. Beach, radiant son of Kelly (Rosetla) and Joseph L. San-der; precious brother of Wendy and Helen; loving grandsom of Ruth A. Sweeney; nephew of Betty and David Sander of Chesterton, Indiana and Norma and Michael Sweeney of Chicago.
Memorial service at 7:30 p.m., Thursdav, Julv 15 at Qotown Center Hull House, 4520 N. Beacon, in lieu of flowers contributions mav be made to a special memorial fund care of Uptown Center Hull House, 4520 N. Beacon, Chicago. SANS0NE Vincent J. Sansone, dear brother of Rose Catanzaro, Anne (Charles) Gentile, Phillip (Sylvia) and the late Sam, Paul, Joseoh, Anthony and Charles; survived bv many nieces and nephews.
Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.m., from Smith -Corcoran Funeral Home, 6150 N. Cicero to Queen of All Saints Basilica. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Mount Carmel. Visitationafter 4 pm.
Wednesday. 736-3833. SCHAEF6EN Hitdegarde E. Schaefgen, July 12, wife of the late Nicholas; mother of Barbara Kaiser; grandmother of Christine; sister of Louise Ehrmann and the late Fred Funeral services Wednesday, 2 p.m., at St. John Lutheran Church, 1235 W'lmet.
te Wilmette Interment Memorial Park. 675-1990. SCHLINGER Frederick L. Schlinger of Glencoe, beloved husband of Mary Jane; loving father of Mary Virginia. Service 12 Noon Wednesday, July 14, at Kelly and Soaulding Funeral Home, 1787 Deertieid Road, Highland Par.
Visitation at time of service. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to The Highland Park Hospital Building Fund or Crisis Fund, Highland Park, III. 831-4260. SCHNIERLE See Charles P. Davey notice.
SCISL0WICZ Joseoh Scislowicz, beloved husband of Anna, nee Witek; fond father of Tnad (Marie), Matt (Cecelia) rd Emit (Irene) Sislow; grandfather of 13; great-grandfather 01 four. Funeral mass 10 a.m. Thursday at Santa Maria del Pooolo Church. Entombment Ascension Cemetery. Visitation from 4 to 10 P.m, Wednesday at Kristan Funeral Home, 219 W.
Maple St. (Route 176), Mundelein. 566-8020. SEREDA Henry J. Se'eda, suddenly, beoved husband of Maria, nee Pawlow and the late Florence; lovino father of John (Bridget), Robert (Shirley) 1 and Linda (James) Wisniewski: dear brother of Michael (Josephine).
Frank, (the late Jack) Roman, Sophie (Zenon) Pusieko and the late Edward; brother in law of Mary Sereda; grandfather of six; also nieces and nephews. Funeral Thursday, 9:15 a m. from Casey-La skowski Funeral Home, 4540-50 W. Diversey Ave. to St.
Nicholas Ukrainian Cathedral, 2238 W. Rice St. Mass 10a.m. Inter, ment Maryhlll. Visitation Tuesday after 6:30 p.m.
777-6300. weonesaay. Please omit flowers. 735-4242. K0VARIK Frank A.
Kovartk. beloved husband of Frances Kovarik; dear father of Frank (Rosemerie) Kovarik Jr. and Frances Kovarik; grandfather of Andrew, David and Maggie; fond brother ot Mary Zuger and Anna Zib. Services Thursday, 9 a.m., at Cermak Home for Funerals, 5844 w. Cermak Rd.
Mass 9:30 a.m. at Mary Queen of Heaven Church. Interment Queen oi Heaven Cemetery. Visitation Wednesday 3 to 9 p.m. Please omit flowers.
652-0243. WESTER Elsie Kuester. nee Fiechtl, Julv 12, beloved wife of the late Otto; dear mother of Otto and Ariel; beloved sister of Anna Flechtl. Funeral Thursdav, 9:30 a.m., from Weimes-kirch Funeral Home. 7066 N.
Clark to St. Jerome Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Boniface Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Jerome Church or your favorite charity. Visitation Wednesday 4 to 10 P.m. KUNSTMANN Arthur E. Kunstman, age 19, of Northbrook, formerly of Chicago, be--loved husband of Anna; dear father of Arthur O.
(Beth) and Walter O. (Mildred) Kunstmann; grandfather of Arthur Walter Jr. and Olinda Anetsberger; great-grandfather of seven. Services and interment private. 272-3890.
KUSS Emily s. Ku55, beloved wife of the late Edward Kuss; sister of Lillian (John) Gorman; aunt of many nieces and nephews. Services 1 p.m. Thursdav at the Zimmerman and Sandeman Funeral Home, 5200 W. 95th St.
Interment Felrmount. Visitation from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 P.m. Wednesday. 424-0340. LAURIE Jerry Laurie, beloved husband of the late Marie, nee Vignoia; fond father of John (Dolores); dear grandfather of John, Jerry (Carol), Michael, Mary Anne and Nancy; great grandfather of Jason; dear brother of Ralph (the late Etta), Rose (Joseph) Summarla, Mildred (the late Edward) Garnev, Tessie (John) Benedetto, Clara (Joseph) Castig-lia, the late Mamie Didone and Minnie Giemperro.
Funeral Thursday, 9:15 a.m., from The Montdair Funeral Home, 690) W. Belmont to St. Giles Church. Mass 10 a.m. Entombment Mount Carmel Cemetery.
Visitation Tuesdav after 5 P.m. 622-9300. LEECH Roger R. Leech of 1350 Asor St Chicago, July 12, 1976, brother of Hope Leech. Memorial service Thursday, July 15, 2 P.m., Blair Chapel, Fourth Presbyterian Church, 126 6.
Chestnut Chicago. Interment Tipton, Iowa. Please omit flowers. LENtCK Louis J. Lenick, beloved husband of Josephine (Harar); father of Louis (Theresa), Donald (Betty) and Marilyn; grandfather of six; brother of Thomas, Jeanette Strbavy, and the late Paul, Edward, Albert, Lilian Loddlng and Marie Crivello.
Visitation Wednesday, July 14, from 6 to 10pm, and Thursdav, July 15. from 4 to 10pm, at the Rodzilsky Son Funeral Home, 5040 Western Ave. Member of the Knights of Columbus Council No. 162B. Funeral mass July 16, at 9:30 am, from St.
Simon the Apostle Church. Interment Our Lady of Sorrows Cemetery. Please omit flowert. Information 226-1344 or Ed-2 100 MACALUS0 Daniel A Macaluso, beloved husband Stella, nee Noble; loving father of Diana (Bernard) Zehren, Lee, Gail Martin, Donna (Larry) Saivaggio and Richard (Janet) Noble; fond grandfather ot seven. Funeral Friday, 9 a.m., from the Original Rago Brothers Funeral Home, 5120 W.
FuMerton to St. Genevieve Church. Mess 9:30 a Interment Elmwood Cemetery. AR 6-7BO0 or NA 2-5120. MASKELl Richard W.
Maskell formerly of Berwvn, beloved husband of the late Mildred, nee Litiinger; devoted father of Richard W. (Yvonne) Maskell; dear brother of Lillian Hreisa, Catherine Reiger, the late James and Frank Maskell and Louise Le-land; grandfather of Kevin and Karen. Funeral Friday, 10 a.m., at the Berwvn Funeral Home, 2921 S. Harlem Berwvn. Interment Oak-ridge.
Visitation 4 to 9 p.m. Thursdav. MAZER Gertrude Mazer, beloved wife of the late Dr. John Barth and Richard Marer; dear sister of Margaret win-keis and the late Frank Haffey: fond aunt of Mary Lou, Trudy, Kathleen and Margaret Ellen and families. Funeral Wednesday, 8:30 a.m.
from the Brady-Gill Funeral Home, 2929 W. 87th to Our Ladv of Loretto Church. Interment All Saints. 636-2600. McDUFFEE Dorothy H.
McDutfee. age 54, of Wheaton. beloved wife of Kenneth dear mother of Sharon L. (Carl) Massingiil ot North Aurora and Ruthann Angela McDuftee of Lisle; fond daughter of Delia Meads of sister of William E. Rod-gers of Indianapolis; grandmother of four.
Friends may call at Hanerhoff Funeral Home. 304 N. Main. Wheaton, Wednesday to and 7 to -9 p.m. Service Thursday, Julv IS, at the First Christian Church, 33W171 Geneva Glen Ellyn, at 1:30 p.m.
Visitation Friday 4 to p.m. at Wilton Mortuary, 2101 N. Knoxville, Peoria. Service Saturday at I p.m., followed bv committal service at Swan Lake Cemetery. M8-0027.
McGANN Helen M. McGann. daughter of the late Lawrence E. McGann Sr S'S-ter of Lawrence and William McGann; aunt of William L. and Edward McGann and R.
James Gormlev At Williams-Kampp Funeral Home. 12 Lake Oak Park, after 3 p.m. Wednesday. Services Thursday, tost. Edmund Church.
Mass II a.m. Interment Mount Olivet. 848-87117. McGRATH Thomas P. McGrath, beloved husband of Margaret, nee O'Connor; fond father of Thomas Joanne (Charles) Jones, Margaret Mary (James) Fahey and Maureen (Michael) McLennon and the late Mary Margaret; grandfather of two; dear brother of Richard, the lata Mary Marren, Daniel, Francis, John, Catherine and Edward.
Funer. al Thursday, :30 a.m., from Gibbons Funeral Home, 5917 W. Irving Park, to St. viator Church. Mass 10 a.m.
Interment Queen of Heaven. Member of Operating Engineers Union. No. SS6, Catholic Order of Foresters. Steward Club, and Broohy Post, visitation Tuesday after p.m.
and Wednesday after 2 p.m. 777-3944. McSHARRY Kathleen Therese McSharry, suddenly, loving daughter of Hugh and Nancy, nee Cooney; dear sister of Anne Marie (Eugene) Gruszka and Thomas. CPD. Visitation after 5 p.m.
Wednesday. Funeral Friday, 9:15 a.m., from the Sheehy Funeral Home, 4950 W. 7th to St. Bene the Venerable Church. Mass at 10 a.m.
Interment Yt. Mary. funeral directory Dependable informafton. guidance and arrangements are a few vV yy of tne services afforded by the Funeral Directors listed here: BIANCO Charles Bianco of Forest Park, beloved husband of Bertha, nee Lucirellli loving father of Vlto C. (Charlotte), Bruce and David (Diane) Bianco; grandfather of Oatt, David, Nancv.
Dina and Jason Bianco; brother of Nick and Joseph Bianco, Elizabeth Joraj and Angoline Lottos. Funeral Thursday, :30 a.m., from Zimmerman 8. Son Fungral Home, 7319 Madison Forest Park, to St. Bernardlne Church. Mass 10 a.m.
Interment Queen of Heaven. Visitation after 2 p.m. Wednesday. 366-2200. BOA Thomas N.
Boa. age 79. of Lombard, beloved husoand of Florence, nee fond father of Elizabeth Ann (Daniel) Pommier; grandfather of James, Laura Ann and Thomas; dear brother of William (Grace), Mrs. Katharine (Peter) Gordon, and the late Leonard, all of LaChute, Quebec, Canada. Visitation Wednesday, 4 to p.m., al Brust Funeral Home, lis S.
Main Lombard. Funeral service Thurtday. 10:30 1,111., at First Church of Lombard Street Chapel), Maple and Main Streets, Lombard. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Thomas hf.
Boa Memorial Fund, co Lombard Park District appreciated. 629. 0094. B0NAMER Minnie Bontmer. beloved wife of the latt George; dear mother of Helen, Joseph, Maria (Edmund) Ar-bagy, James (Wllma) and Tom (Rosemarle); fond grandmother of 10; great-grandmother of three.
Funeral Thursday, 9 a.m., from Galewood Chapels, 1857 N. Harlem to St. John the Baptist Church, Northlake, tor 10 a.m. mass. Interment St.
Mary. Please omit flowers. 89-1700 or All 74400. B0RG Axel T. Bort, beloved husband of the late Tacit: loving father of Theodore (Carolyn), Eugene (Nancy), Elwyn, Evelyn and the late Gladys; deat brother of Alvln (Mary) Borg; fond grandfather of three.
Services Thursday 10 a.m. at Edgar-Anderson Funeral Home, 4821 N. Damen Av. Interment Pleasant View Cemetery, Kewenee, III. Visitation.
Wednesday 4 to 9 p.m. 51-2016. BRUNKE Clarence Brune July 12, 1976, beloved husband of the late Georgia, nee Memmen; father of Sondra; brother of Edward. Services Thursday, 11 a.m. at Ewald Funeral Home, 2501-03 N.
Southport Ave. interment Mt. Emblem Cemetery. Visitation after 2 p.m. Wednesday.
549-0098. BUTLER George J. Butler, beloved husband of the late Irene, nee Schubring; loving father of Robert (Shirley) and the late Lorraine Menke; fond brother of John Butler and Sadie Proper; grandfather of three; greatgrandfather of one. Funeral Thursday, July 15, at 9 a.m. from Sai-Tledemann Funeral Home, to St.
John Vlanny Church, Northlake, II. Mass 9:30 Interment St. Joseph's Cemetery. Visitation after 7 p.m., Tuesday. 678-1950.
CAfFERATA Gertrude F. Cafferatt, beloved wife of the late William loving mother of William F. (Juliet). Margaret (Fred) Garlock and Patricia (Leonard) Maloney; grandmother of 10. Funeral Thursday, July IS.
9:30 a.m., from Drake and Son Funeral Home, 625 Busse Park Ridge, to St. Paul of the Cross Church. Park Ridge. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery, in lieu of flowers, memorials to the Little Brothers af the Poor will be appreciated, visitation 3 to 10 a m.
Wednesday. 498-3168. COHEN Ben Cohen, beloved father of Dr. Sheldon (Betty) Cohen; fond brother of Joseph, Morris, Leonard and Ida Cohen, Rose Pardys, Anna Natkln, Molly Davis and Lillian Sll-verstem; dear grandfather of Paul and Gall Cohen. Services were held July 13, 1976.
in Eden the Royal Park, Los Angeles, Cal. Groman Eden Mortuary Director. C0LASU0N0 Angela Colasuono, nee Biasiello, dear wife of Emanuel: beloved mother of Emanuel, Steven (Char-lene) and Joseph; fond daughter of Elisa and the late Nick Biasiello and Anthony Chrlstofano; dearest sister of Phyllis (Anthony) Evangellata, James (Leona) Biasiello and Anthony (Marie) Chrlstofano; grandmother of Christopher. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m., from Galewood Funeral Chapels, 1857 N. Harlem to St.
Isaac Jogues Church, Niles. Mass a.m. Entombment St. Joseph Mausoleum. Please omit flowers.
889.1700. C0LUCCI Shirley F. Colucci nee Stupner, beloved wife of George; devoted mother of Nancv, Karen, George and Gary; dear daughter of Randy, the late Stanley Stupner; fond sister of Lorraine Matarese and Pat Page. Funeral Friday, 9 a.m. from Rosario O.
Salerno's Sons Funeral Home, 6300 W. North to St. Vincent's Ferrer Church. Entombment Queen of Heaven Mausoleum. Me7-0449 or Me7-0450.
Visitation Wednesday after a.m. C0RRIGAN Edward J. Corrigan Sr. of South Holland, July 13, 1976. husband of Dorothy, nee Roley; father of Edward J.
Patricia (Dennis) Mooter and Paula; brother of Marcel-lene; grandfather of Eric Meeter, Visitation Wednesday 3 to 10 p.m. at Brown Funeral Home, 13820 Lincoln Dolton. Mass 10 a.m. Thursday, July 15, at St. Jude The Apostle Church.
Interment Holy Sepulchre. In lieu of flowers donations to the Cancer Fund would be appreciated. 649-550 C0STELL0 Barbara Costello, nee Vavera, beloved wife of the late Charles Costello: dear mother of Frank (Dolores) Vavera and Mildred (Walter) Woiniak; sister of Anastasla Klecka New York; grandmother of eioht; ereat-grandmother of four. Services Thursday, July 15, 12:30 p.m., at H. Marik Sons Chaoel.
2534 S. Pulaski Chicago. Cremation Bohemian National, visitation begins Wednesday at 3 p.m. LA 1-3972. CUMMINGS Peter H.
Cummings 19 yrs, beloved husband of the late Mary Agnes Cummings, nee McLernon; loving father of Dorothy Daly, Eleanor Fuller, Peter, Jean (Edward) Nllsen Jerome (Patricia) Cummings Phillip (Marilyn) and Ronald Cummings; dear grandfather of 24; great-grandfather of 28. visitation after 5 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Thursday, a.m. from the Sheehy Funeral Home, 10727 S.
Pulaski Rd. to St. Stanislaus Church, Posen, III. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
ST 1-7700 Or 157-7878 CZARN0WSKI Mary Ciernowskl. nee Figure, beloved wife of the lete John; loving mother of Julia (Eugene) Polcyn, Bernlce (George) Borucki, Genevieve (Stanley) Golemo, Walter (Dorothy), Stanley, Frank and Edward (Elaine); grandmother of 11; great-grandmother of 14: fnnrf sister of Josephine Mailarka and Joseph. Funeral Friday, 9 a.m. from Kmvechek Funeral Home, 5774-76 W. Lawrence to Holy Trinity Church.
Mass 10 a.m. interment St. Adalbert. Member of Ladies Rosary, Society. Visitation begins Wednesday at 3 a.m.
545-1800. DAVEY Charles P. Davey, beloved husband of Eileen, nee Keating; devoted son of Catherine (Kate) and the late Harry Davey; loving father of William, CFD (Bonnie). Lvnn (John) Schnlerie, Thomas CPD (jo-Anne), Daniel, Sue. June and the late Terrence; grandfather of Lisa, Michelle, Cheryl, Thomas James and Terrence Davev, Jeffrey and David Schnierle; fond brother of the late Harold, in law of Eleanor Davey, Mary Sheehy, Catherine (Thomas) Driscoll; dear uncle of Judy Wadas and Kathy Brne.
Funeral Friday, July 16. at 9:30 a.m., from Sullivan Funeral Home, 2701 W. 63d at Washtenaw to St. Rita Church. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
Past president of Maria High School Fathers Club. 34 year employee of S. 8, C. Electric Co. Member of St.
Rita S. PR 6 8300. DAVIS Alice G. Furlong Davis, nee Lamp-man, at Effingham, beloved wife of the late Leo J. Davis and Robert Furlong; dear sister of Grace Trauscht and the late Mary Sweeney.
Agnes Skidmore and Helen McGlinn. Visitation alter 6 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral Thursday, a.m., from the new Sheehy Funeral Home, 7020 W. 127th to St.
Michael Church, Orland Park, III. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. 361-4235 or 783-7700.
DEIS John R. Dees of Harvey, beloved husband of Edna, nee Rohrdani; fond uncle of many nieces and nephews. Resting at w. E. Kerr Chapel.
ISith and Marshtleid, Harvey, where services will be held Thursday, July 15, at I p.m. Interment Cedar Perk. 331-0016. Chapel visitation Wednesday 1 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. DIEHL Mamie S.
Diehl, dearly beloved wife of Albert; fond sister of Bernice Snitzen; aunt of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Thursday, 9:15 a.m., from the Belmont Funeral Home, 7120 W. Belmont Av. Mass 10 a.m. at St.
Priscilla Church. In-torment local cemetery, visitation after p.m. Wednesday. Info. 286-2500.
DIFIN0 Giacomo (Jack) Difino. beloved husband of Mary nee Rosa; fond fathe' of Diana M. and Richard loving son of victoria and the late brother of Mary D. DUino and the late Vito and Grace Thomas. Visitation 4 to 9 m.
Tuesday and Wednesday at Peterson Funeral Home, 4938 W. North Av. Funeral Thursday, 9:15 a.m., to Sacred Heart Church, Melrose Park. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St.
Joseph. Member of Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, No. 770. In lieu ot flowers, memorials to Cancer Sx-letv appreciated. 637-4441.
D0LANSKY George J. Dolansky, beloved husband of Clara, nee Plontkowski; dear father of Thomas (Mary Ann) and Ronald: loving brother of Albie Misicka, Blanche Houska, Mildred Smiciklas and Jean Wltkowski. Funeral Friday, 9 a.m., from Richard Funeral Home, 5749 Archer corner of Lorel, to St. Cemlllus Church. Interment Resurrection Cemetery.
Visitation Wednesday, after 3 p.m. 767-1840. D0LNIAK Julia L. Dolniak. daughter of the late Stephen and Anna Dolniak; dear sister of the late Stephen Dolniak, Mary Holdosh and Elizabeth Amendola: fond aunt of Richard (Jeanne) and Jerry (Arlene) Amendola; many nieces and nephews.
Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m. from tha new Sheehy Funeral Home, 7020 W. 127th Paios Heights, ta Incarnation Church. Mass 10 a m. interment St.
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