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7. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, FREE PRESS 7B. LOCAL NEWS fire kills 2 who were unable to escape BY ROGER CHESLEY Free Press Staff Writer A disabled man and a man who was legally blind were killed in a house fire early Wednesday, unable to escape rising smoke and flames from a kitchen fire that boiled out of control and blocked their rescue. Sixteen-year-old Tiwan Copeland said his grandmother, Shirley Kelley, awakened him from a first-floor couch after the blaze broke out about 2 a.m. Copeland said he tried to douse the flames with a garden hose.

Smoke prevented him from going upstairs to carry Robert Wilson out of the home at 3961 Miller on the city's east side. "The smoke was too thick," he said. Kelley, Copeland and his cousin, Nicole Kelley, 13, escaped unharmed but could not save Wilson, 58, or William Brooks, 53, both of whom died of burns in the fire. Officials blamed "careless cooking." Police quoted a witness as saying Brooks was cooking in the kitchen. Carl Copeland, 33, said his mother, Shirley Kelley, and Brooks were companions for 19 years and they lived at the Miller house six years.

He said Brooks was legally blind but loved to ride his 10-speed bicycle. Tiwan Copeland, 16, surveys rubble piled on the back steps of his Detroit home after fire gutted it Wednesday. Smoke halted his rescuing a man who could not flee. RICHARD Detroit Free Press The bike "was his Harley-Davidson," said Darryl Brumfield, 28, a family friend who stood outside the early damaged Wednesday. house with Carl Copeland OW Site of fire Carl Copeland said Wilson had been disabled since age 19.

Miller Tiwan Copeland said several repairs had been made to the home Mt. DETROIT before the fire. "We had just put HAMTRAMCK "We had the ceiling fixed up." brand new wallpaper up," he said. Elliott 94. Carl Copeland said insurance offi- Hamtramck cials had determined the house was a DETROIT total loss.

Map "I just wish they could bring back area the two lives," he said. DOMINIC Free Press Former teacher's drug sentence reduced BY SANDY MCCLURE Free Press Staff Writer Michigan's tough drug laws, under scrutiny from the state's high court to the U.S. Supreme Court, took a hit Wednesday when: a man convicted of drug possession got up to 16 years removed from his 20-year minimum prison sentence. David Schultz, 28, of Farmington Hills made history when the state Supreme Court ruled in August that he could be resentenced to less than the mandatory minimum term he received in May 1987. A more lenient law, passed after Schultz was arrested, allows a judge to impose less than mandatory sentences in all but life-sentence cases when there are "substantial and compelling" reasons.

William Wolfram of Franklin, Schultz's attorney, said Schultz should be eligible for parole almost immediately. "I think that there's a good chance he might be home by Christmas," he said. Wolfram said fewer than 30 other state prisoners could be resentenced ence his imprisonment has been for his under the Schultz ruling. Some already family. have contacted him for legal help, he Schultz, whose family and friends said.

waged a letter-writing campaign on his Chief Assistant Oakland County behalf, said he believed his case Prosecutor Gerald Poison said brought substantial change to the Schultz's resentencing will be ap- state's drug-law sentencing. pealed. "I always ask myself, 'Why me? A jury convicted Schultz, a former Why was I there that Maybe it math teacher at Bloomfield Hills Mid- was to make the court look at this dle School, of possessing 10 ounces of law," he told Gage. that police said had a street Schultz's father, Don value of $54,000 in 1986. retired pipe fitter who spent $10,000 In originally sentencing Schultz, on his son's trial and $36,000 on Oakland County Circuit Judge Hilda appeals, hugged his son.

Gage said she would not give the first "We're elated," the senior Schultz offender "anything even close" to the said. "We thought maybe he could walk minimum if she had a choice. out today. But at least now we After an emotional hear- have some light in the tunnel." ing Wednesday, she told Schultz she On Monday, Oakland County a little concerned" that he had ecutor Richard Thompson and Detroit changed. "You've become a little hard- attorney Carla Johnson argued oppoened and bitter," the judge said.

site sides in a Michigan case before the But, in reducing Schultz's sentence U.S. Supreme Court. The case chalto four to 30 years in prison, with lenges the state's mandatory life term credit for time served, she said she for possession of 650 grams or more of found "very moving" his lengthy, tear- substances containing cocaine or herful account of the shattering experi- oin. OBITUARIES GM retiree helped Pontiac schools raise money Jack Hagop Negoshian, 67, of 37000 Six Mile Road, Livonia. Burial at Cottage Hospital, Grosse Pointe Waterford, a retired General Motors will be in Old Cemetery, Reading.

Farms. employee and former restaurant co- Mr. Morris worked for the UAW owner, died of heart failure Monday as a member of its radio and televiat Pontiac General Hospital. KENNETH MILLER 37, a Detroit sion department for 27 years before Mr. Negoshian worked at the travel agent, died of respiratory fail- becoming an international represenGMC Truck Coach Division of ure Saturday at Harper Hospital, tative.

Pontiac for 30 years, and retired in Detroit. He is survived by his daughter, 1975. He co-owned the Eatmore Mr. Miller had worked for the Winter Morris; a sister; a brother, Restaurant in Pontiac from 1961 to Alternative Travel Agency in De- and a grandson. 1975.

troit since 1985. He also was a self- A private memorial service will During World War II, he was a employed caterer and ran a custom- be held Nov. 25. member of the SGT 871st Bomber tailoring business. Group Squadron in the and Army the Air 497th Forces.

Bomber Dur- Jr. He and is Corey; survived parents, by sons Donald Kenneth Sr. DEATHS ELSEWHERE the Korean War, Mr. Negoshian and Fannie Miller; two brothers, and Sir Humphrey Gibbs, 87, the foring was a volunteer driver who trans- mer governor of what was then three sisters. ported military trucks from GMC to services the precede called Rhodesia, died of complicaA one-hour visitation will military bases throughout the United noon today at James H.

tions resulting from the flu on MonStates. In his spare time, Mr. Nego- Cole Funeral Home, 13631 Puritan, day in Harare, Zimbabwe. shian volunteered as a fund-raiser for Detroit. Burial will be in Detroit Sir Gibbs, born in London, settled the Pontiac public schools.

Memorial Park West, Redford in the former British colony in 1928. Mr. Negoshian is survived by his Township. Appointed governor by Queen Elizawife, Mary Violet; sons Thomas and beth II in 1959, he served for 10 George, and five grandchildren. ROBERT A.

BEEVER, 64, a self-em- years, the last four as a recluse in A one-hour visitation will precede ployed contractor and lifelong De- Government House after he tried 11 a.m. services today at St. John's troit resident, died of heart failure unsuccessfully to fire the cabinet of Armenian Church, 22001 North- Tuesday at St. John Hospital, De- Prime Minister Ian Smith over the western Highway, Southfield. Burial troit.

independence rebellion against the will be in White Chapel Memorial Mr. Beever had been a flight chief British Crown. Sir Gibbs was a guest Cemetery, Troy. for the Army Air Forces during of honor when Robert Mugabe led World War II. He was a junior war- Rhodesia to independence as ZimbaJOAN I.

(SARLES) HENWOOD, 53, a den of Acacia Lodge No. 477 bwe in 1980 after waging a sevenNorthville resident and retired junior and a member of Moslem Shrine. year guerrilla war. high school teacher, died of cancer He is survived by his wife, Joan; Jack Cofield, 63, who along with Sunday at Providence Hospital, daughters Jacqueline Swain, Robin his father served as William FaulkSouthfield. Pell and Nancy Beever; and three ner's personal photographer, died Mrs.

Henwood retired in 1989 grandchildren. after a long illness Monday in Oxafter teaching 26 years at O.L. Smith A Masonic memorial service will ford, Miss. Junior High School in Dearborn. She be at 7:30 tonight at Harris Funeral Mr.

Cofield's book, "William specialized in homemaking and read- Home, 15251 Harper Detroit. Faulkner: The Cofield Collection," ing. She received a bachelor's de- Burial will be 11 a.m. Friday in included the internationally known gree from Western Michigan Uni- Acacia Park Cemetery, Birmingham. set of photographs that chronicled versity and a master's from Eastern the life of the Nobel Prize-winning Michigan University.

author. Mr. Cofield's father, J.R. She is survived by her husband, PAUL MORRIS, 73, of Detroit, a retired Cofield, took some of the photoFrederick; mother, Lestia Compton; United Auto Workers international graphs. two brothers, and a sister.

representative and a longtime civil Mr. Cofield also was a university Services will be 10 a.m. today at rights and political activist, died of photographer at the University of the Harry J. Will Funeral Home, complications from a stroke Sept. 30 Mississippi, his alma mater.

Death notices 10 Death Notices ALLEN GEORGE A. (Jay) Age 68. Of Bellaire, Mich. Formerly of White Lake. Died Nov.

4, 1990. Beloved father of Carol A. Hunt of White Lake and Ralph J. Allen also of White Lake. Grandfather of Shawna Marie and Devin Cory Hunt and Jessica Linn Allen.

Brother of Shirley Sphinx and Eugene Allen. Retired from Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. Veteran of WWII. Memorial service 11 am Nov. 13 at White Lake Presbyterian Church, 4804 White Lake White Lake, MI 48383.

Memorial contributions may be made to Michigan Humane Society. ANDERSON ROY C. Beloved husband of Evelyn; dear father of Kathryn (Dr. Robert) Sikorski; dear grandfather of Lisa and Jason. Visitation 3-9 Scripture service Friday 7 p.m.

Prayers Saturday 9:30 a.m. Charles R. Step Funeral Home, 18425 Beech Daly (betw. 6-7 Mass 10 a.m. St.

Valentine Interment St. Hedwig Cemetery. ANTONICH JOHN (SULLY) Nov. 7. Beloved husband of Catherine.

Dearest father of Mary (Glenn) Zyczynski. Grandfather of Holly, Jennifer, Jason and Corey. Brother of Anna Lescanik, Pauline Antonich, Bernadine Graham, Mary ack and Linda Antonich Madey. Visitation Thursday 2-9 p.m. at Wujek-Calcaterra Funeral Home, Inc.

36900 Schoenherr at Metro Parkway (16 Mile). Burial St. Cyril Methodius Cemetery, Windber, Pennsylvania on Monday November 12. ASTRINO BEN E. Age 26.

Nov. 5. Beloved husband of Cara. Dear father of Benjamin and Melinda. Son of Russell and Carol Astrino.

Brother of Vicki Lyn, Russell J. and his wife Dawn. Grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feger and Mr.

and Mrs. John Astrino. Son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Arnold, Jr.

Services 9:30 a.m. Friday Diener Funeral Home, 48271 Van Dyke, Utica, 10 a.m. St. Kieran Catholic Church. Visitation 4-9 p.m.

Wednesday, 2-9 p.m. Thursday. Rosary 6:30 p.m. Thursday. BAROLO EMMA (Cantarella).

Nov. Beloved wife of the late Frank. Dearest mother of Mrs. Edward (Flora) Marasco and the late Frances Bradetich and Edmund F. Barolo.

Mother-in-law of Voy Bradetich and Clarice Barolo. Proud Grandmother of ten. Also ten great-grandchildren. Loving sister of John and Americo Cantarella and Eleanor Ardelean. Visitation at the Detroit Chapel of the Frank J.

Calcaterra Funeral Home, Inc. 16090 East Seven Mile Road (Moross at Kelly) Friday 2-9 p.m. In state at St. Peter Church Saturday 9:30 a.m. until fime of funeral mass at 10 a.m.

Prayer service Friday 7 p.m. BARTLEY RICHARD Beloved son of Winifred Reynolds. Dear brother of Betty Awiszus and Diane La Mothe. Services Saturday 11 a.m. Kaul Funeral Home, 28433 Jefferson, St.

Clair Shores. Visitation Thursday 6-9 p.m., Friday 2-9 p.m. BEAVER 59. MORRIS Beloved T. SR.

husband Nov. 6, of 1990. Age Karen, dear father of Morris Vicki Gwizdz, Patrick, Margaret and Edie Brewer, five grandchildren, brother of Donald, Ronald, Lewis and Nancy, Siegfried. a.m. Funeral J.

Service Will Trust Friday 100 11:30 at Harry Funeral Home 25450 Plymouth Redford. Interment Glen Eden. BRADY FRANK W. Beloved husband of the late Arla. Dear father of Dolores Kubisiak.

Brother of John Badaczewski, Grandfather of Glenn, Linda, Karen, Donna and Wendy. Also survived by seven greafgrandchildren. Visitation af the A. H. Peters Funeral Home, 20705 Mack at Vernier Grosse Pte.

Woods, until 10 p.m. Thursday. In state at St. Peter Catholic Church, Harper Woods, Friday from 9:30 until time of Mass at 10. Rosary 7 p.m.

Thursday. Memorial service under auspices of Bruce Post VFW, 8 p.m. Thursday. Interment Richmond, Michigan. Served U.S.

Navy in World War I. BRANOFF PETER V. November 7. Beloved husband of Vera. Dearest father of Daniel, Paul (Cindy) and Barbara (Don) Johnson.

Loving grandfather of Jordan, Mara, Ashley and Jeffrey. Dear brother of John (Sylvia) and Helen Moharemoff. Visitation Thursday 1-9 p.m. af Fairlane Funeral Home, 13510 Dearborn. W.

In Warren at Schaefer, state Friday at St. Paul Orthodox Cathedrai until time of service at 11. Prayers Thursday 7 p.m. Memorial donations to St. Paul's or Kidney Foundation preferred.

BROWN EDWARD T. November 6, age 60, of Woodhaven. Beloved husband of Anne. Loving father of Joan Jean M. (Richard) Horvath, Janine A.

(Karl) Rossman and Jacqueline. Dear son of Mary Brown. Also leaves grandchildren. Dear nephew of Tom, Bill, Roy, Coleman, Margaret and Margie. Funeral services from the Martenson Funeral Home, 3200 West Trenton, Friday 9:15 a.m., to Our Lady of the Woods Catholic Church, Woodhaven, at 10 a.m.

BUZARD LORETTE E. Nov. 6, 1990. Wife of the late E.D. (Jack), dear mother of Judy Maxwell and Jim (Carol), grandmother of Jennifer and Michelle Maxwell, J.J, and Molly Buzard.

Services af O'Brien C. Sullivan Funeral Home 41555 Grand River, Novi, Friday Morning at 10. Contributions to the American Diabetes Association please. Visiting Thursday 3-9 BYE RUSSELL G. Nov.

6, 1990. Beloved husband of Virginia. Dearest father of Virginia Tetz. Also survived by two grandchildren, Sherry Lynn and Michael Wayne and one great-grandchild, Alauren Marie. Dear brother of Ardist Cole, Robert Bye, Betty Kocan and Harold Bye.

in stafe at the Taylor Chapel of the HowePeferson Funeral Home 9800 S. Telegraph until 9 p.m. Thursday. Funeral 11 a.m. Friday at Southminster Presbyterian Church, 21845 Wick Taylor.

CAPLAN STANLEY (SKIP) Beloved husband of Tobi; dear father of Laura Ann (Clifford) Deremo and Arthur (Frances) Capian. ther of Hannah Rose Deremo. Brother of David (Carole) Caplan and Rhoda Lou (Ben) Aronsohn, Services 12:45 Friday afternoon at the Ira Kaufman Chapel. Interment Beth El Memorial Park. CHRISTOPHER ANNE K.

Of Williamston. Nov. 5, 1990. Age 60. Loving mother of Cheryl Christopher, Diane Christopher, Kathy Roten, Linda Christopher, Terry Christopher, Paul Christopher, Jim Christopher and Christopher.

Seven grandchildren. Former wife of Norbert Christopher. Dear sister of Paul Rice. Funeral 11:15 a.m. Friday Keehn Funeral Home, 706 W.

Main Brighton (229-9871) and to St. John Catholic Church, Harfland, at 12 noon. Interment Calvary rials Cemetery, American Brighton. the Cancer Society or Livingston Community Hospice. Visitation Noon til 9 p.m.

Thursday. Vigil service 7:30 p.m. Thursday. CIESLA BERNARD November 6, 1990. Beloved son of Julia Ciesla; de: arest brother of Mary Cieslik and Virginia S.

Ochman; loving grandfather of Susie Hewitt; dear father of Linda Mark and Paul. Funeral Saturday 8:45 a.m. from the Jarzembowski Funeral Home, 18957 W. Warren, corner of Artesian, to St. Andrew Church 9:30 a.m.

Interment Holy Cross. CUMMING ANNIE L. November 7th. Wife of the late Colin; mother of Bruce, Donald and Mary Ann; grandmother of Diana, Janine, Susan, Paul, Dan, Debra, Michael, Patrick, Amy, Gwyn and the late Bruce Jr; greaf-grand -mother of Kirsten Anais; sister of Lillian Bancroft, George Smith and the late John Smith. Services Saturday 10 a.m.

at the Ross B. Northrop Son Funeral Home 22401 Grand River (Redford), Visitation Thursday 5-9 p.m. and Friday 12noon 9 p.m. CURTIS CAROLYN H. Age 64.

Beloved wife of Gerald. Dear mother of Thomas Jack David G. and Jill C. Also five grandchildren. Dear sister of Steinke.

Funeral at the Wm. J. Duross Funeral Home 28499 Schoenherr (S. of 12 Mile), Warren 11 a.m. Friday.

Visitation offer 3 p.m. I Today's Allen, George A. Anderson, Roy C. Antonich, John Astrino, Ben E. Barolo, Emma Bartley, Richard Beaver, Morris T.

Sr. Brady, Frank W. Branoff, Peter V. Brown, Edward T. Buzard, Lorette E.

Bye, Russell G. Caplan, Stanley Christopher, Anne K. Ciesla, Bernard Cischke, Melvin W. Cumming, Annie L. Curtis, Carolyn H.

DeLuca, Eleanor M. Detloff, Josephine Devlin, Katherine A. Duffy, Jean Fera, Frank Fick, Irma A. Foe, William O. Gainor, Carol A.

Goodin, Heather J. CISCHKE MELVIN W. Nov. 6 in Stuart, Florida. Beloved husband of the late.

Mary T. Dear father of William, Susan and Robert Cischke. Brother of Arline Conroy. Also survived by six grandchildren. Funeral service Saturday 10 a.m.

at A.J. Desmond Sons Trust 100 Funeral Home, (2600 Crooks Road, Troy). Family will receive friends Friday 3-9 p.m. Contributions suggested to the American Cancer Society. DE LUCA ELEANOR M.

November 6. Beloved wife of Phillip. Dear mother of Mersino, Phillip Ronald Mrs. Duane (Linda), (Diana) Carl (Linda) Raye, Mrs. 'Phillip (Gloria) Velicevic and Teresa DeLuca.

Loving grandmother of ten and three great-grandchildren. Survived by fhree brothers and one sister. Funeral from the Sterling Chapel of the Frank J. Calcaterra Funeral Home, 13650 E. 15 Mile Rd.

(at Schoenherr), Friday 9:15 a.m., San Francesco Church 10 a.m. Prayer service Thursday 7 p.m. DETLOFF JOSEPHINE November 7, 1990. Beloved wife late Joseph; dear mother of Leonard (Rosalie). Grandmother of Joseph, Michael and Laura.

Sister of Mary, Jennie, and Anne. Visitation Friday, 2-9 p.m. Evening service Friday 7 p.m. at the John N. Santeiu Son Funeral Home 1139 Inkster (between Ford Rd.

and Cherry Hill). Instate Saturday 9 a.m. until service time of 10 a.m. at St. Luke Catholic Church, 8051 Ohio, Detroit.

Memorials suggested to St. Luke's Father Kane Building Fund. DEVLIN KATHERINE A. Nov. 7, 1990 of Farmington hills.

Beloved wife of Dale J. Dearest mother of James (Mary Kay), Mrs. Patricia Lee (Timothy) and Dennis (Maralyn). Loving grandmother of eight. Dear sister of John T.

Ivers (Madeline). Prayers Saturday 9:30 a.m. at Heeney Sundquisf Funeral Home, 23720 Farmington Farming: ton, (474-5200). Mass Saturday 10 a.m. at Gerald Church, 21300 Farmington Rd.

Farmington. Visitation Thursday 6-9 p.m. Friday 3-9 p.m. Rosary Friday 7:30 p.m. DUFFY JEAN Age 82, Nov.

5 at Highland, Maryland. Formerly of Port Sanilac. Beloved wife of the late George dear mother of Ellen VanGordon and George Jr. (Nancy), grandmother mother of eleven, great grandof eight, dear sister of Ina McKernan of England. Thursday.

1-9 p.m., Scripture reading Thursday 7:30 p.m. at the Roseville Chapel of the Buehler Funeral Home 26429 Gratiot. Inof state service Friday, 11a.m. af St. Marys until Catholic Church in Port Sanilac.

Retired Member of Michigan Bell Pioneers. FERA FRANK Age 78. November 7, 1990. Beloved husband of Anna Maria. Dear father of Lucy Fera, Mrs.

James Fisher (Sarah), Mrs. William McDowell (Annette). Brother of Anne Patrell and Connie Moraca. Grandfather of Jaime Fisher and Will McDowell. Also several nieces and nephews.

FUneral service Wm. R. Hamilton 820 E. Maple Birmingham, Saturday 11a.m. Visitation Thursday, 2-4 and 6- Friday.

FICK IRMA A. Nov.5, 1990. Beloved wife of the late Hans. Dear mother of Thomas (Paula), Eleanore (Robert) Fick. Szudarek and Carolyn (Guy) Grandmother of Michael, Jeffrey, Kristina and Steven.

Sister of Emmi Burns, Henry Barwin and Karl Barwin. Memorial service will be held Saturday 11 a.m. at Cross of Glory Lutheran Church, 16661 State Fair at Kelly Rd. Arrangements by the Verheyden Funeral Home. Tributes may be made to the American Heart Association or the Michigan Cancer Foundation.

FOE WILLIAM O. Age 70. Beloved husband of the late Agnes; dearest father of William (Rolanda), Francis (Lynn) and Gloria Lademan; dear brother of Donald; children also survived five by 11 grandand great children. Funeral Saturday a.m. at Voran Funeral Home, Taylor Chapel, 23750 Goddard Rd.

Visitation Thursday 5-9 p.m., Friday 12-9 p.m. GAINOR CAROL A. Dearest daughter of Samuel and Leona Bamford. Dear sister of Sharon and Donna. Also survived by her two nieces and three nephews.

Funeral service Thursday 7 p.m. Neely-Turowski Funeral Home, 30200 Five Mile Rd. (betw. Middlebelt-Merriman). Visitation Thursday 1-9 GOODIN HEATHER J.

(Mazzel) Age 17 days. Passed away Monday, Nov. 1990. Dear daughter of Lisa Mazzei of St. Clair Shores and Paul granddaughter Goodin of of Sparta.

Patricia Beloved St. Clair Shores, Lorretta and Beecher Goodin. Great granddaughter of Mrs. Reba Porter, Mr. and Mrs.

William Anglin, Mrs. Ellen Heiss and Rev. and Mrs. Beecher Goodin, Sr. Niece of Bridgette, Diana, Roseanna, Michele, and Salvatore.

Cousin of Tricia, Memorial services Saturday afternoon, Nov. 10, 1990 at o'clock at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 29675 Gratiot, Roseville. GRICE ESTELLE, DeBUCK Nov.6, 1990. Beloved wife of the late George DeBuck and Raymond Grice. Dear mother of Georgette Heike, Diane Mallow, Suzanne Lung; ford, Randy, Dawn, Harold and Raymond Grice.

Grandmother of 10 and great grandmother of seven. Daughter of Morris Vanderhaeghe. Sister of Mary Adams. Funeral from the Verheyden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Dr. Friday 10 a.m.

Prayers Thursday eve. 7 p.m. Visitation Thursday 1-9 p.m. HANSEL MATHILDA T. (nee Kurily), Nov.

5. Beloved wife of Charles dear mother of Charles J. and John F.il sister of Joseph, Philip, Paul and Theresa Smith. Funeral Friday 9:15 a.m. from Leo J.

Miller Funeral Home, 9222 Jos. Campau. St. Dennis Church at 10. Interment Mt.

Olivet. Wake service Thursday 7:30 p.m. HICKMAN JUSTINE C. Age 48 of Milford. November 6, Suddenly.

Wife of Daryl. Mother of Todd. Sister of Sandra, Paulette, Dennis. Aunt of and Jeffrey, Hayley. Wendy, Funeral Holly, from Heather St.

Mary's Catholic Church, Milford Saturday 10 a.m. Friends may visit at the Church Saturday 9-10 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Southfield, Friends may visif at the Lynch Sons Funeral Home 340 Pontiac Trail, Walled Lake Thursday 3-9 p.m.; Friday 1-9 p.m. Scripture service I Friday 7:30 p.m. I Alphabetical Listing Grice, Estelle, Pawlowski, Henry J.

Hansel, Mathilda T. Penny, Edward J. Hickman, Justine C. Pikarski, Leon A. Jeziorski, Geraldine Pitkowski, William J.

Klaffke, Helen A. Pyda, Gene C. Kohn, Mayme Randazzo, Gaspare Kolin, Belle Reilly, John Kosowski, Frank Ripard, Robert Krywko, William Rodriguez, Ysabel Lachance, Russell, Betty Ann Marguerite C. Schmainda, Pauline Lytle, Daniel Ross Schreiner, Elizabeth C. Mentlikowski, Sinnott, Eleanor I.

Gertrude S. Smatana, Rudy Mues, Elton J. Smith, J. Thomas Negoshian, Stapleton, George W. Jack Hagop Staszak, Ray Nolan, John D.

Stefanski, Dominic R. Norkiewicz, Julia M. Vertalka, John Norling, Victoria C. Vettraino, Frank Sr. Oberteuffer, Margaret Wendland, Dolores E.

Ortopan, Robert B. White, Forbes Palazzolo, Jerome D. White, Thomas J. Pantaleo, Andrew L. Wigton, Oliver.

Pappas, Marion A. Wrenn, Kenneth E. Parr, Walter E. Zick, Theresa M. JEZIORSKI GERALDINE (GERRY) Nov.

6, 1990 of St. Clair Shores. Dear sister of Leonard (Mary), Erwin (Lorraine) and Clarence (Mary) Jezorski, the late Irene Sampson, Virginia Zube and Edward. Aunt of Donald (Mary Ann) Zube Jr. and Mrs.

Thomas (Barbara) Tyrell. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Family will receive friends Wednesday p.m. and Thursday 2-9 p.m. Funeral Friday, 9:30 Home, a.m.

at the Jefferson, Kaul Funeral 28433 St. Church Clair at Shores 10 to St. Isaac Jogues a.m. Rosary day 7 p.m. Interment Mt.

Olivet KLAFFKE (CADY) HELEN A. November 6, 1990. Of Livonia. Age 86. Beloved mother of Robert Cady, Kathryn Edwards; grandmother of eight; great grandmother of 10; sister of Alice Thiede, Eugene Bojan.

Funeral services Friday 10:15 a.m. from the Harry J. Will Trust 100 Funeral Home, 37000 Six Mile, Livonia. To St. Pricilla Church 11 a.m.

Visitation Thursday 3-9 p.m. Scripture service 7:30 p.m. Interment Glen Eden Memorial Park. KOLIN KOHN MAYME Beloved wife of the late Joseph Kohn. Dear mother of Gerald and Gilbert (Sharon) Kohn.

Grandmother of Beth and Kathy Kohn. Sister of Helen Foreman. Services 10 o'clock Friday morning at the Ira Kaufman Chapel Interment Machpelah KOLIN BELLE Beloved wife of the late Max Kolin. Dear mother of man (Laverne) Kolin and the late Esther Graff. Also survived by Morrie Graff.

Four grandchildren Services and six great-grandchildren. 11:30 Friday morning at the Ira Kaufman Chapel Interment Clover Hill Park Cemetery. KOSOWSKI FRANK (Bingo) Beloved husband of Helen. Dearest father of Mark (Debra), Rose. and Dear Debby.

Loving son of and brother of Ralph, Adeline Wroblewski. Loving grandfather of Kara and Kristin. Also dear friend of many. Instate Thursday at 4 p.m. Services Saturday 9:30 a.m.

at Czopek Trust 100 Funeral Home 2157 Oak Wyandotte. Interment Woodmere cemetery. KRYWKO WILLIAM Beloved husband of Harriet; dear father of Kenneth, Marlene Stasik and Anne Marie; of Mary Dubietis; also survived by three grandchildren, sister Stella Hager and Brother John Krywko. Funeral services from the S.K. Schultz Trust 100 Funeral Home, 21705 Gratiot at Mile Road.

Saturday 9:30 a.m. Veronica Church 10 a.m. Scripture service Friday 7 p.m. LACHANCE MARGUERITE C. Nov.

7, 1990 of S. Lyon. Beloved wife of Barry: Loving mother of Robert and Ryan. Dearest daughter Rudolph and Althea Zak. Niece of Art and Alma Casolari.

Services Saturday noon at Heeney quist Funeral Home, 23720 Farmington Farmington, (474-5200). Visitation Thursday 7-9 p.m. Friday 2-9 p.m. LYTLE DANIEL ROSS Beloved husband of Debbie (Dwyer). Dear father of Jennifer, Daniel Jr.

and Little Debbie. Loving son of Madeline and the late Melvin. Brother of Melvin and Betty Calibeo. Funeral Saturday 9:30 a.m. at the A.H.

Peters Funeral Home 32000 Schoenherr at Masonic (131 Mile) in Warren and 10 a.m. St. Malachy Catholic Church. MENTLIKOWSKI GERTRUDE S. Nov.6.

Sister of Bernadine Ment and Eleanor Roeske. Funeral from the Verheyden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Dr. Friday at 9 a.m. and to St. Peter Paul (Jesuit Church Downtown) at 10.

Prayers Thursday eve. at 7:30. MUES ELTON J. Dear brother of Marian Engel and Lucile Barrett. Also survived by nieces and nephews.

Funeral 10:30 a.m. Saturday from the A.H. Peters Funeral Home 20705 Mack Ave. at Vernier Grosse Pte. Woods and 11:00 a.m.

St. Lucy Church. Member Gabriel Richard K. of C. Memorials to the Capuchin Monastery preferred.

NEGOSHIAN JACK HAGOP Funeral Thursday 11 a.m. St Johns Armenian Church, Southfield. Javizian Arrange: ments by Simon Directors 626-7815 NOLAN JOHN D. Age 59. The father of John D.

Jr. David Laura J. and Amy L. Brother of Joseph and James. Funeral from Wm.

J. Duross Funeral Home 28499 Schoenherr (S. of 12 Mile) Warren, until Thursday 9 p.m. Scripture service Thursday 6:30 p.m. Mass of the Resurrection at St.

Martin DePorres Church at 10:30 a.m. Burial in East Palestine, Ohio. Donations to Michigan Cancer Society. NORKIEWICZ JULIA M. November 6.

Wife of the late Roman; dear mother Roman (Penelope), Maryann Kuczborski (Edward), and the late Roberta (Bruce), Sister of Elizabeth Trakul and Eleanore Rizzardi. 13 grandchildren and one great granddaughter also survive. Funeral Saturday 9 a.m. from Leo J. Miller Funeral Home, 9222 Jos.

Campau. St. Florian Church 9:30. Interment Mt. Olivet.

Scripture service Friday 7 p.m. NORLING VICTORIA Nov. 6, 1990. Beloved wife of the late Carl. Dearest mother of Marie Mc Neely, Carl Mary Jean (Del) Porea, Maureen (Richard) Greatorex and John A.

(Shirley). Grandmother of 15; great-grandmother of seven. Dear sister of Edward, John, Henry and Emil Gornick. Funeral Saturday 9:45 a.m. the Kaul Funeral Home 35201 Garfield (N.

of 15 Mile) Clinton Twp. to St. Ronald Catholic Church for 10:15 a.m. mass. Prayers Friday 7 p.m.

Visitation Thursday 6-9 p.m.; Friday 2-9 p.m. ORTOPAN ROBERT B. Age 76. Dear husband of the late Susan and Catherine. Beloved father of Ronald (Ellen) and the late Diana.

Grandfather of Timothy and Robert. Brother of Sophie Brazel and Mildred Shaw. Visitation Thursday p.m., Friday 12-9 p.m. Service Friday 7.p.m. at the Leonard A.

Turowski Son Funeral Home, 9300 Middlebelt Rd. (S. of W. Chicago). In state Saturday 9:30 a.m.

until time of funeral service 10 at Sacred Heart Byzantine Catholic Church. PALAZZOLO JEROME Nov. 7. Beloved husband of Elizabeth; dear father of Arianne. Dear son of Dominic and Joanne, Brother of Dominic, Grace Marie, Sam and Joanne.

Services at Wm. Sullivan Son Funeral Home 8459 Hall Rd. (3 biks E. of Van Dyke) Utica. Saturday 9:30 a.m.

St. Lawrence I Church 10a.m. RUSSELL ANN November 6. Beloved wife of Richard. Dear mother of Pat Murphey (Gary).

Dear grandmother of Erin and Jill. Cousin of Dr. Robert Mischnick. Funeral service from McCabe Funeral Home, 31950 W. 12 Mile Farmington 'Hills, Saturday 11 a.m.

Interment Acacia Park. Visitation Thursday and Friday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Memorials may be made to the American Lung Assn. SCHMAINDA PAULINE November 7, 1990. Beloved wife of the late Joseph; dearest mother of Robert (Beryl), George and the late Delphine Whaler; loving grandmother of six grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren; dear sister of Felix Crowley, Louis Crowley, George Krollkowski, Cecelia Kosloski and Cora Senatore.

Member of Ladies Aux. Orchard Lake Chapter and SS. Peter and Paul Altar Society. Funeral Saturday 10 a.m. from the Jarzembowski Funeral Home, 18957 W.

Warren, corner of Artesian, to. SS. Peter Paul Church 10:30 a.m. Interment St. Hedwig Cemetery.

Rosary Friday 7:30 p.m. ISCHREINER ELIZABETH C. (CURTIN) Age 89 of Bloomfield Hills and Albuquerque NM. Wife of the late John beloved mother of Robert MD. Dear grandmother of Robert J.

MD, Laura, Kay and Missy. Visitation 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Friday. Scripture service 8:30 p.m. Friday.

Funeral 9 a.m. Saturday from Spaulding Curtin Funeral Home, 500 W. 9 Mi. Ferndale, to McManus Chapel of St. Hugo of the Hills Catholic Church, Bloomfield Hills, at 10 a.m.

Burial Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Southfield. Memorials to the charity of the donor's choice. OBERTEUFFER MARGARET Wife the Reece. Mother of Mrs. James (Frances) McDonnell and Mrs.

AlDouglas (Marjorie) McClure. so survived by ten grandchildren and five Funeral services Saturday 11 a.m. at Grosse Pte. Memorial Church, 16 Lakeshore Grosse Pte. Farms.

Arrangements by Groesbeck Chapel of Wm. R. Hamilton 1-463-0577. Memorials to charity of your choice. PANTALEO ANDREW L.

Age 39. Beloved son of the late Leo and Pauline (Cesaro). Also survived by many aunts, uncles and cousins. Dear friend of Chuck Totton. Funeral Friday 9:30 a.m.

Visitation Thursday 4-9 p.m. at Bagnasco Funeral Home 25800 Harper between 10-11 Mile St. Clair Shores. PAPPAS MARION A. November 7, 1990, age 75.

Beloved wife of the late Peter K. Dear mother of Carl Pappas, Barbara (Wesley) and Hamilton, George Pappas (Judith) Pappas. Dear sister of Amelia McElroy, Ethel (Clark) Rager and Edward Bobal. Found great joy grandchildren, greatgrandchildren and Messiah Lutheran Church. Visitation Thursday 3-9 p.m.

and Friday 12-9 p.m. at The John N. Santeiu Son Funeral Home, 1139 Inkster Rd. (betw. Ford Rd.

and Hill). In state at Messiah Lutheran Church, Toledo and W. Grand until time of service at 1 p.m. a.m. Detroit, Saturday, 11 Evening service Friday 7 p.m.

at funeral home. Family sugmemorials to Messiah Lufheran Church or The Michigan Cancer Foundation. PARR WALTER E. November 7. Beloved husband of Anna.

Dear father of Mrs. Wilbur (Shirley) Cooper, Nancy, Nadeau, Walter (Alice) Gliwa. Eighteen grandchildren. Twenty-three greatgrandchildren. Brother of William, and Myra Hogarth.

Funeral service Saturday 1.p.m. at the Leonard A. Turowski Son Funeral Home, 9300 Middlebelt Rd. (S. of W.

Chicago). Interment Eden Memorial Park. Visitation Thursday 4-9, Friday 12-9. PAWLOWSKI HENRY Nov. 6, 1990.

Beloved husband of Anna; dear father of Thomas (Diane) and Leonard (Carol); leaves six grandchildren; survived one sister and one I brother. Paul Member of S.S. Peter Holy Name Society. Services Saturday 9 a.m. from the Sajewski Funeral Home, 19111 W.

Church 9:30 a.m. Interment St. to S.S. Peter and Paul Hedwig Cemetery. Rosary Friday 7:30 p.m.

PENNY EDWARD J. November 7. Beloved husband of Violet dear father of Mrs. Thomas (Pauline) Lenhart. Funeral Friday 9:15 a.m.

from the L.J. Griffin Funeral Home, 7707 Middlebelt (at Ann Arbor Trail) and to St. Theodore church at 10 a.m. Rosary Thursday evening 7 p.m. PIKARSKI LEON A.

Nov. 6. Age 80. Beloved husband of Sophie; dear father of Edward, Mrs. Robert (Claudia) Mizejewski, Mrs.

brother Fred White, Dennis; Mrs. Stanley (Agnes) Florka; also 11 grandchildren. Funeral prayers Friday 9 a.m. John A. Skupney Funeral Home, 11405 Conant and 9:30 a.m.

mass. Our Lady Queen of Apostles, Hamtramck. Rosary Thursday 7 p.m. interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

PITKOWSKI WILLIAM J. Nov. 2. Dearest son of Mary Ellen and Eugene. Brother of Thomas and Renee Hill, Andre, Jeffry and Nancy Revaz.

Funeral Friday 10 a.m. at the Wujek Funeral Home 19301 Van Dyke. Interment Mt. Olivet. In state Thursday 2-9 p.m.

PYDA GENE C. November 6, 1990. Lovhusband of Shirley; dear father of Jim and Tom; of Art (Jennie) and Clarence (Nell) Hardyniec; also survived by nieces and nephews. Funeral services Friday 9 a.m. at Harry 37000 Will Trust 100 Funeral Home, Six Mile, (E, of 1-275).

And 10 a.m. at St. Paul Monastery Chapel. Interment Glen Eden. in state Thursday 12 noon-9 p.m.

Rosary Thursday 7:30 p.m. RANDAZZO GASPARE Nov. 6. Beloved husband of Maria (Taormina). Loving father of Mrs.

(Jean) Sternberg. Dearest grandfather of Michael (Kathy), Lawrence, Steven (Margaret) and Christopher. Brother Antoinette Di Maggio, Salvatore of Italy, Grazia (Charles) Colombo, Peter (Angie), Rosaria Poma of Italy, Vincent (Catherine) late and Stefano of Italy: Also the Giuseppe, Tony and Eugenia, Funeral from the Detroit Chapel of the Frank J. Calcaterra Funeral Home, Inc. 16090 East Seven Mile Road (Moross at Kelly) Friday 8:15 a.m.

Assumption Grotto Church at a.m. Rosary Thursday 7:30 p.m. REILLY JOHN November 7. Beloved husband of Bridget; dear father of Mrs. William (Marie) McGowan, John (Carol), Mrs.

John (Theresa) Dunn, Michael (Veronica), Patricia, Virginia Herrick, Mrs. Edward (Eileen), and Margaret; also survived by 23 grandchildren; three great grandchildren and three sisters Mary Gavin of Ireland, Julia Lewis, and Teresa Doan of Canada. Funeral Saturday 9 a.m. from the L.J. Griffin Funeral Home, 7707 Middlebelt (at Ann Arbor Trail) and to Most Holy Trinity Church at 10 a.m.

Rosary Friday p.m. in County Mayo, Ireland on October 16, 1906. Settled in the United States in 1926. He is an active member of the AOH and the Irish American Club. RIPARD ROBERT Age 92.

(South Carolina). Beloved husband of the late Joan; dear father of and Maurice M. He is survived by 13 grandchildren, 18 great grandchildren. Visitation Saturday 9 a.m. Funeral mass 10 a.m.

Haley Funeral Directors 24525 Northwestern Hwy. (Lodge Mile X-way Service Drive, S. Entombment Holy Sepulchre morial Cemetery, contributions fo suggests the 0. Foundation Box 14807, Clearwater, Fla. 34629-4807 RODRIGUEZ YSABEL Beloved husband of Consuelo; dear father of Manuel and Yolanda; leaves two brothers.

Services Wilkie Funeral Home West Outer Drive at Lahser Friday at 10 a.m. STASZAK RAY A. Nov. 6. Beloved husband of Genie.

Dearest father of Ron Staszak and Darleen (Hugh) Mahler. Grandfather of Kevin and Brian. Donations to the Michigan Heart Association preferred. For further information call WujekCalcaterra Funeral Home, Inc. 1826-8550.

SINNOTT ELEANOR I. Age 89. November 6, 1990. Wife of the late Dr. James; dear mother of Margaret Engle, Maureen Moynihan and Rose Marie Steinmeyer; also survived by seven grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.

Friends may visit Thursday from 3 p.m. until funeral Mass at 6 p.m. at the Vasu, Rodgers Connell Funeral Home, 4375 N. Woodward (betw. 13-14 Private interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

Donations to Hospice of S.E. Michigan. SMATANA RUDY Nov.7. Age 59 of Southgate. Beloved husband of Mary.

Dear father of Rudy (Janice), Eric (Donna), Mrs. Melvin (Cookie) Archambeau, Mrs. Peter (Cindy) Heggie and Mrs. Charles (Maria) Heggie. Dear brother of Marie Gendjar and Alvina Gendjar, Six grandchildren also survive.

Visifation Thursday 4-9; Friday 12-9. Rosary Friday 6:30. Prayers Saturday 9 a.m. from John Moinar Funeral Home, 14032 Northline, Southgate, to St. Pius Church for Mass at 9:30.

Bloomfield Hills. Husband of Anne Moreland Smith; father of Sally Anne Milgie and Gayle T. Smith; brother of Carl Smith also survived by four grandchildren who loved him very much. Memorial service at Kirk in the Hills of Bloomfield Hills, Friday 11 a.m. Interment in White Chapel Memorial Cemetery will be private.

Memorial tributes may be made to Alzheimer's Association. Arrangements by the Wm R. Hamilton Co. of Birmingham, 644-6000. SMITH J.

THOMAS November 6, 1990 of STAPLETON GEORGE W. November 7, 1990, age 54. Beloved husband of Denise L. Dear father of Julie Edgar, Cynthia, William, David, Michael Stapleton, Susan Barill, Peter and Barbara Stapleton. Step-father of Michael and Shelly Adams.

Dearest grandfather of William, David, Jennifer, Philip and Stephen. Brother of Patrick Stapleton and Barbara Westwood. Funeral services Saturday 11 a.m. at the John N. Santeiu Son Funeral Home, 1139 Inkster Rd.

(between Ford Rd. and Cherry Hill). Visitation Thursday 1-9 p.m. and Friday 12-9 p.m. Dearborn Hgts.

Moose Lodge of Sorrow Service Thursday 7:30 p.m. Rosary Friday 7 p.m. STEFANSKI DOMINIC R. Dear, brother of Regina Anczewski, Delphine Thompson and Alvin (Joan)' Stefanski. Dear uncle of three nephews, two grandnieces and three grandFuneral Saturday 10 a.m.

at the Wasik Funeral Home 11470 13 Mile, (bet. Hoover and Van Dyke). Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery. In state after 6 p.m." Thursday.

VERTALKA JOHN Beloved husband of Corinne. Dear father of Robert (Judy), Randy (Terri), Steve (NancY), Bill (Terry), and John (Candy). Also 15 grandchildren. Brother of Veronica Miglin. Visitation at the A.H.

Peters Funeral Home, 20705 Mack at Vernier, Pte. Woods, 4-10 p.m., Thursday, and a.m. 1-10 p.m. Saturday af Friday. St.

Church, Harper Woods. Scripture service 7:30 p.m. Friday. Interment Luther, Michigan. VETTRAINO FRANK November 6.

Beloved husband of Elsie (Wisniewski); loving father of Frank. Jr. (Viola), Ronald and Mrs. Williams (Shirley) Coleman; dearest grandfather of ten grandchildren; great-grandfather of twelve. Funeral from Sterling Chapel of the Frank J.

Calcalerra Funeral Home, 13650 E. 15 Mile Rd. (at Schoenherr), Saturday, 10:30 a.m., St. Ronald Church 11:15 a.m. Prayer service Friday 7 p.m.

DOLORES E. Dear mother of Mrs. Robert (Sally) Burns. Lovling grandmother of Debbie Burns. Funeral Saturday 11 a.m.

at the A.H. Peters Funeral Home, 20705 Mack Avenue af Vernier Road, Grosse Pointe Woods. Visio tation after 7 p.m. Thursday. WHITE FORBES Age 78, November 7.4 Husband of Joy; father of Douglas.

(Janice)' Whife; grandfather of, Joseph White. Funeral from Lynch Sons (Lynch-Howell Cha. pel), 1368 N. Crooks (btwn. 14-15' Mile Saturday 2 p.m.

Visitation Thursday 7-9 p.m. and Friday 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. MemorialsAmerican Diabetes or Michigan- WHITE THOMAS J. Nov. 7.

Beloved band of Denise (lannuzzi), Loving: father of Steven, Thomas James. Dear son of John and Dorothy White. Brother of John Marilyn Giannangeli (illinois), Elaine (California), Beverly, Barbara Hoffman, Patfie, Jane (Wesley) Mc Broom, Kathleen: (John) Giacalone (Illinois), Mary (Bill) Angerbrandt, Mary, James and Julie. Also many nieces and nephews. Visitation at the Sterling Heights Chapel of the Frank J.

Calcaterra Funeral Home, Inc. 13650 East 15 Mile at Schoenherr Friday 2-4 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. Funeral service Saturday time later. WIGTON OLIVER Dear husband of Serie.

Father of Serie Fraser and David. Also survived by five grandchild ren and four great grandchildren. Brother of Dorothy Pattie. Visitation Wednesday 6-8 p.m. at the Groesbeck Chapel of William R.

Hamilton 226 Crocker Mt. Clemens. Funeral service Thursday 11 a.m. at Grosse Pointe United Church, 240 Challante, Grosse Pointe Farms. Memorials to American Heart Association and Grosse Pointe United Church.

WRENN KENNETH E. Nov. Dear hus-1 band of the late Helen. Services Friday 11 a.m. at the Ross B.

Northrop Son Funeral Home, 22401 Grand River (Redford) ZICK THERESA M. Age 83. Nov. 5. Dear mother of Barbara and Donald Zick.

Dear sister of Florence Fischer and Charles Stobar. Mass! Friday 10 a.m. at the Ross B.I Northrop Son Funeral Homer 22401 Grand River (Redford)n Rosary, Wednesday Thursday 7 2-9 p.m, p.m. Visitas and Thursday 12 noon until 9 p.m. Cemeteries, 30 Monuments WHITE Chapel 2.

Crypts, Maura soleum side by side, 775-2306 Card of Thanks 55 and Prayers PRAYER TO ST. CLARE Pray 9 Hail Mary's for 9 days. On the ninth day publish this prayer and wish for 3 things and your wishes shall be granted, T.Q.

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