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8 Section 2 Chicago Tribune, Tuesday, July 21, 1998 ALMANAC OBITUARIES Gordon Clavey; helped to plant ivy at Wrigley LEO tn Harold J. Leo. 74, loving husband of Elea-nor, nee Koster; loving father ot Barbara (Rev. Or Kenneth) Eriks. Floyd (Laureen) Leo and Raymond (Lori) Leo; dear grandfather of six; fond brother of Frank (the late Sally) Leo, Joseph (Wilma) Leo.

the late Robert (Haddie) Leo and Donald (Joanne) Leo. Funeral Services Thursday. July 23. 1998. 11 a m.

at the Cottage Grove Christian Reformed Church. South Holland, IL. Interment Oak Ridge Cemetery, Lansing. IL. Visitation Wednesday 3 till 9 p.m.

at Smlts, DeYoung-Vroegh Funeral Home, 649 E. 162nd St. (Rt. 6), South Holland, IL. World War II Army Veteran.

Retired from R.R. Donnelley Co. Memorials to Trinity Christian College, 6601 College Palos Heights, IL 60463. Info, 708-333-7000 LEVY Sadel P. Levy, nee Prottermen, beloved wife of Dr.

Herman A. Levy; dear mother of Charles and Gerald E. Levy and Marcia (Claes) Wingard; devoted grandmother of Stuart G. and Glenn P. Levy and Leah (Mathias Laesbo) and Daniel Wingard; fond sister of Aalbert (Betryce) Prosler-man, Harriet (Gordon I Senelick and the late Israel (the late Gertrude) and Jerome (Doris) Proslerman.

Memorial service Tuesday, 1 p.m. at Memorial Park Cemetery Mausoleum. 9901 Skokie Blvd Skokie Info. Lloyd Mandel Levayah Funeral, 847-679-3939. continued from preceding page CHRISTENSEN Sharon L.

Chnstensen, ifm Starck, age SI. late of Chicago, passed away July 18. 1998. beloved daughter of Arthur and Hazel, nee Dobritz; cherished wife of Michael R. Garcia; devoted mother of Paula Chnstensen and Jennifer Garcia; loving water of Linda (Harry) Mergen thaler and Ton-mnne Pomeroy; dearest grandmother Eric Ghristensen; fond aunt of Anthony Pomeroy, Anthony Brod and Brandon Brod.

Funeral services will be held on Thursday, July 23. 1998. 12 Aeon at Sheldon-Goglin Funeral Home, 5935 West Belmont. Chicago. Interment private.

Visitation Wednesday. July 22, 1998, from 3 to 9 p.m. 773-237-4404. CIECHANOWSKI Anna Ciechanowski, nee Junek beloved wife of Edward Ciechanowski and the late George Satan loving mother of Roger (Maureen) Satank; cherished grandmother of Daniel and Anthony Safarik. Funeral Thursday, 9 30 am.

from Adamt-Winterlield Sullivan Funeral Home, 4343 Main Downers Grove (one block south of Ggden Avenue) to St. Mary of Gostyn Church for 10 mass. Visitation Wednesday, 3 to 9 p.m. Interment Assumption Cemetery in Winfield, IL. 830-968-1000 C0L0NNA Mary R.

Colonna, nee Azzarello, loving wife of the late Albert dearest mother of Donald (Kathrvn); cherished grandmother of Kristin and G0TFRYD Cecelia Gotfryd nee Blazeewsfcl. beloved wife ot Ted; loving mother of Eileen (Jeff) Laack and William (Diane) Gotfryd; fond grandmother of Christopher and Peter; dear sister of the late Frances (late Chris) Boukidis. the late John (late Rose) Blaze. Bernard (late Betty) Blaze and the late Bernice Siewrog; aunt and great aunt of many. Member of C.U.

Funeral Thursday 8 45 a from Szykowny Funeral Home, 4901 S. Archer Ave. (1 block E. of Pulaski), to St. Sympho-rosa Church Mass 9:30 a.m.

Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation Wednesday, 2 to 9 p.m. In lieu of flowers Masses appreciated or donations to Wendy-Will Cancer fund, 135 S. LaSalle, Chicago, IL. 60601.

773-735-7521 GROSZEK See Shirley A. Groszek-Hastings, R.N., notice GUREWITZ Jerome Gurewitz, 81, died July 10. 1998, at 1 a.m., beloved husband of Mary, nee Valoun; loving father of Thomas Mark and Toby Michelle (Michael) Fisher; found grandfather of Margot and Jessica-Lauren Fisher. Mr Gurewitz donated his body to science. Services pending.

GURNEY Rose P. Gurney, nee Fava, beloved wife of the late Ray; loving mother of Carol (Peter) Tortorice and Robert L. (late Joan); cherished grandmother of 10 and the late Phillip; fond great-grandmother of 22; dear sister of Mildred, Mike, Chuck and Frank; many nieces and nephews. Visitation Tuesday, July 21, 3 to 9 p.m. at Klsselburg-Wau-conda Funeral Home, 235 N.

Main Wauconda. Funeral service Wednesday, 10 a.m. from chapel I it I crv By Meg McSherry Breslin Tribune Staff Writer Gordon Clavey, 81, a nurseryman and real estate developer who helped transform Vernon Hills from farmland into a sprawling suburb, died July 14 in his Bran-denton, Fla, home. Mr. Clavey's family was prominent in Lake County, operating farms and nurseries in the area starting in the late 1800s.

Clavey Road is named for his grandfather, Fred. Mr. Clavey became president of Elmer Clavey Inc. nursery and later Clavey's Woodstock Nursery Inc. in Woodstock.

He and his family helped plant the famous bittersweet and Boston ivy with family friend Bill Veeck on the outfield walls of Wrigley Field in 1938. Many years later, his involvement in that project was a source of pride for Mr. Clavey as he visited the park as a Cubs fan. Mr. Clavey sold much of his nursery land to developers who then created Vernon Hills, and he helped charter the town in 1958.

At the time, the town's population was 123, with a smattering of homes, a couple apartment buildings and a golf course that hooked onto a small hotel. But even then, Mr. Clavey felt the town had the potential to grow dramatically, as it eventually did. "He just saw progress coming," said his wife, Judith Clavey. "He had a feel for that.

He studied maps and he took a look at the land and where he felt there was potential for the future." Over the years, Mr. Clavey donated portions of his land to the village park and school districts and remained active in the town's development after his retirement to Florida in the 1970s. From 1949 through 1959, he was a Park District commissioner in Highland Park and in the 1960s he owned and operated Tally Ho Country Club, formerly Vernon Hills Country Club. At the time of his death, Mr. Clavey was working on a 26-acre development with some partners J.H.

Clarke, 83, noted African history scholar LYNCH Marilyn R. Lynch, beloved wife of Charles; dear sister of Kathleen Horn and Orianne Barthel; loving aunt of Margaret Elizabeth Schwarz and Marilvn Proell. Funeral Private. Emtombment will take place in Arlington National Cemetery on Wednesday July 22. 1998.

Funeral arrangements by Westmonl Funeral Chapels. 630-719-7390 MADEJ Sophie D. Madej, beloved wife of Walter; dear mother of Thaddeus (Madelyn), Marilyn (Kenneth) Rolnicki and Christina Madej; cherished grandmother of Melissa and Heather Rolnicki; loving sister of Millie Grabowski. Lying In state Wednesday 9 a.m. until time of Mass -10 a.m.

at St. Raymond Church, Elmhurst (Route 83) and Lincoln St, Mt. Prospect. Interment Maryhill Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday 1 to 9 p.m.

at Frledrlchs Funeral Home, 320 W. Central Rd. at Northwest Hwy, Mt. Prospect. In lieu of flowers Memorials to Rainbow Hospice or The American Cancer Society.

847-255-7800. MANGIA Judith A. Laurent Mangia. July 18, 1998, to breast cancer, beloved wife of Timothy loving mother of Catherine (Mark Millmore) DeAngelis and Jeffrey DeAngelis; fond sister of Pamela (Nick) DiGilio and David Seward. No visitation or services.

Cremation private. Kindly make donations in Judith's name to Hospice Program co Northwestern Hospital, 303 E. Superior Chicago. IL 6061 1 Info. Ewald-Barlock Funeral Home, 773-549-0098 MARTINSON Evelyn R.

Martinson, nee Lockwood, age 75, of Itasca, formerly of Arlington passed away July 18. Beloved wife for 55 years of the late Allen; devoted mother of Terry (Marty) of Molalla, OR. Dana (Larry) Johannesen of South Barrington and Nancy (John) Dorsey of Highlands Ranch, CO; loving sister of the late Foster (Emmie) Lock-wood, the late Lucille Lockwood and the late Gertrude (Kurt) Johnson; fond grandmother of Chad, Regan, Lane, Ryan and Foster: significant others include Judy, Randy and Kerry. Visitation at Ahlgrlm ft Sons. 330 W.

Golf Schaum- burg, tL, Wednesday, July 22 from 3 p.m. until 8 p.m. Interment private. Memorial donations may be made to American Liver Foundation, 225 W. Washington, 2249.

Chicago. IL 60606. For info, 847-882-5580. McAULIFFE Lisa McAuliffe, nee Grlesser, devoted wife of the late Byrne beloved mother ot Lisa (Mark) Phillips M.D., Patrick (Carol), Virginia (Thomas) Sparks, Sharon (Rick) Smith, Sean (Lynn), Mark (Sarah); proud grandmother of 14; loving sister ot Richard, John and the late Robert Griesser; fond aunt of many nieces and nephews. Visitation Tuesday 4 30 to 8 m.

Kelley and Spalding Funeral Home, 1787 Deertieid Highland Hark Funeral Mass 10 a.m. Wednesday at Holy Cross Church, Deerfield. In lieu of flowers, donations to Rush Hospice Partners, 660 N. Westmoreland McGaw Building LL-10, Lake Forest, 60045 would be appreciated, ror funeral into McLAIN John C. McLain, of Hoffman Estates, beloved husband of Jenny, nee Carter; cherished son ot Mary and the late John loving brother of Donna Murpny and uonaid McLam.

Visitation Wednes day 4 to 7:30 m. at The Countryside Funeral noma ana crematory, iwu Greenmeadows Blvd. (at Barnnoton StreamwoodSchaumburo. Cremation private, (n lieu of flowers, donations to tne American Diabetes r-oundation or The American Heart Association would be appreciated, 630847-289-8054. MIGAWA Helen C.

Honey Migawa, nee Doboslewfcz, beloved wife ot Richard; loving mother of Ken-neth (Arlene) Migawa and Laverne Scimo; grand mother of six; dear sister of Harriet Laski Zygmunt (Dorothy), Edward (Josephine) and Henry (Bernadette) Dobosiewicz: also loving aunt ot many; sister-in-law of Irwin (Jean) Migawa and Evelyn (John) Czurylo. Funeral Wednesday. July 22 at 9 a from Colonlal-Woiclechowskl Funeral Home. 8025 W. Goll Niles.

to St. Beatrice Church, Schiller Park. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Maryhill. Visitation Tuesday 2 to 9 p.m.

Into, 847-581-0536 M0LA Rose Mola. net Moravec, age 86. formerly of Berwyn, beloved wife of the late John J. dear mother of Kenneth (Emily) Mola and Laverne (Robert) Tubay; fond sister of Frank (Grace) Moravec, the late Ann (the late Frank) 62 a bee and the late Mary Moravec; cherished grandmother of Kenneth Mola Jr. and John Mola; survived and loved by other relatives and friends.

Resting at Koplckl's Heritage Funeral Home, 3117 South Oak Park Avenue, Berwyn. Visitation Wednesday 3 to 8 p.m. Funeral Thursday 9:45 am to St. Odilo Church for 10:30 am. Mass.

Interment Oueen ot Heaven. 708-788-7775. NAH0RNIAK Martin Nahorniak. beloved husband of Sophie, nee Marcisz; loving lather ot Sharon (Charles) Capoccia and Robert Nahorniak; fond grandfather of Kristy (Vince) Caeti. Nicholas Capoccia, Katie Capoccia and Ryan Nahorniak; great-grandfather of Vincent Caeti; dear brother of the late Michael (Alice) and the late Justine (the late William) Kozel; many nieces and nephews.

Resting at Lewis Funeral Home, 7600 W. Grand Ave. (at the Circle). Elm-wood Park. Wednesday from 3 to 9 p.m.

Funeral Services Thursday, July 23 at 12 noon at the funeral home. A private cremation will be held following the Thursday funeral service. Into. 708-453-1234 or 773-625-5055. NAUGHT0N Catherine R.

Naughton. 91, beloved wife of the late Peter J. dear mother of Peter (Barbara) Jack (Doris) and James; loving grandmother of Patti. Terri. Cathi.

John. Michael, Timothy, Daniel, Thomas and James; great-grandmother ot eight; fond aunt of many. Funeral Wednesday, time to be announced. Irom Gibbons Funeral Home. 134 S.

York. (16 mile north ot St. Charles Rd.) Elmhurst to St. Simeon. Mass to be announced.

Interment Oueen ot Heaven. Visitation Tuesday 3 to 9 In lieu ol flowers, donations to Elmhurst Hospice appreciated. 630-832-0018 0KARMA Betty Jane Okarma, nee Bensen, beloved wife ol Chester lovino sister ot Mildred Bensen and the late Fred Bensen; fond sister-in-law of Ann- Bensen: also manv nieces and nephews. Funeral service Wednesday. July 22.

11 a.m. at Mati Funeral Home, 3440 N. Central Ave. Interment Mount Emblem Cemetery. In lieu ot flowers.

memorials to the Chicago Institute of Neurosurgery and Neuroresearch, 2520 N. Lakeview Nortn, unicago, il ouoi. appreciates visitation luesday, 3 to a p.m. j-wd-d'uu OLSON Inez Olson, beloved wife of the late Edwin, many nieces and nephews in America and Sweden Rectinn at Cuneo-Columbian Funeral Home, 10300 Grand Ave. (1 block East ot Mannheim Rd Franklin Park, wnere runerai aervices win ho holrt 11 on Thursday, July 23, 1998 Interment Acacia Park Cemetery.

Visitation Wednesday 3 to 9 pm. 847-455-1200 0RR Richard Orr, 83. long time Chicago Tribune Farm Editor and Editorial Writer, loving husband ol the lale Lois, nee Hollesen. Visitation Wednesday. July 22, Irom 5 p.m.

to 9 m. with a service at 7:30 Wednesday at the Rowland Home For Funerals. 4152 Sheri dan Rd. Chicaoo. Funeral service In Buffalo.

IL, Thursday, July 23. 3 m. at the Buffalo United Methodist Church. Interment Mechanicsburg Cemetery. Mechanicsburg.

IL. Funeral into 773-248-1536 OWEN Barbara R. Owen, nee Brookes, age 60. ol Pleas ant lain, uh, formerly of unicago, loving wne ot ur. unaries v.

uwen; loving moiner oi j. uavia Robert, and William Gislason; loving sister ol Judy Eissler; lovino grandmother ot Lindsay. John Robert, and Scolt Lauwrence Gislason. Visitation Wednesday. 7-9 m.

at the Tufts Schlldmeyer Funeral Home. Goshen, OH, where services will be held on Thursday at 11 a.m. For into. 1-800-331-0854. PUZYREWSKI Regma "Renia" Puzyrewski, of Sarasota, FL, July 5.

iyy. formerly ot unicago, former buyer, rasn-lon Merchandising. Lifemember of Sarasota Pol ish American Club. Sister ol Jean Webb; two nephews and two nieces. Service was Wednes day.

July 8. 1998. 12 noon at Church of the Incarnation Inurnmonl Church of the Incarnation Memorial Garden. Memorial donations to Hospice ot Southwest Florida, 5955 Hand Sarasota, FL, 34236 Romaine-Saraiota Funeral Home, 941-922-9688 Donald dearest sister of Leo (the late Adeline) Azzarello, Constance (George) Sorensen and the late Sam (the late Christina) Azzarello and Josephine (the late Raymond) Wallace; dear aunt of several nieces and nephews. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.

from Smith-Corcoran Funeral Home. 6150 N. Cicero to St. Marv of the Woods Church for Mass at 10 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery- Visitation Tuesday I com 4 10 a p.m.

jo-xjjj COLSON Robert O. Colson age 74 of Pullman. Ml passed away Sunday, July 19 at his resi-1 dence. Born June 1, 1924 in Chicago to Henry Marie Colson. He retired from OuPont.

Chicago in 1981 alter 27 years. He was a WWII Navy veteran member of the VFW Post 6139 of Pullman. He lived in the Pullman area the past 8 years from Chicago: dearest father of Karyn (Anthony) Palladino of Las Vegas. NV, JoEllen (Paul) Slezak of Lisle. IL and Richard (Theresa! Colson of West Chicago, IL; grandfather of seven grandchildren; dearest brother of Lynda Feiste- mel oi wneaton, IL.

visitation Wednesday z-4 o.m 7-9 p.m. at Chapped Funeral Home, 637 Mam. Fennville. Mi. Funeral Services.

Thursday. July 23 at 11 a.m. from the St. Peter's Catholic Church. Douglas.

Ml. Memorial donations may be made to the Humane society. tio-Dbt-4bUi C0PPS vm Joseph R. "Ray" Copps, beloved husband PS, of Joyce, nee Lytle; loving father of Charles. Polly and Jane; proud grandfather of Christine.

Anthony, Ramon, Haymond and Mat thew; dear brother of William and Robert; fond uncle ot many nieces and nephews. Funeral ser vice Wednesday. 9 a.m. from Thompson ft Kuans- ter Funeral Home, 5570 W. 95th to St.

Denis Church for Mass of Christian Burial at 10 a Interment St. Mary Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday 2 to 9 p.m. DINEEN William C. Dineen, 65, of Woodstock, formerly ol Arlington Heights, beloved husband of Barbara, nee Madura; loving father of Mary Sue (Dennis) Heinzetmann, William (Jan), James (Ham), uavid (Tracy) and Joel (Lori); cherished grandfather of I Sara, Brian, Vance, Amber, Emily and Eric; fond brother of Mary Jane (late Jack) Wilhelm and Elizabeth (late Frank) Dailey; dear son-in-law of Emily Madura.

Visitation Wednesday, 3 to 9 pm. at Lauterburg ft Oehler Funeral Home, 2000 Northwest Arlington Heights. Prayers Thursday 9 30 from chapel to St. James Church. 841 N.

Arlington Heights Arlington Heights. Mass 10 a.m. Entombment St. Michael the Archangel Cemetery. Contributions to your favorite chanty or masses appreciated.

847-253-5423. DOMINGO Engracia F. Domingo. R.N., beloved wife of the (ate Alberto Domingo; dear mother of Arnulfo Laura) Rimando, Alma (Edgar) Suacillo, Belen Jim) Zangrilli. Celia Rimando.

Ernie (Agnes) )omingo and Dennis (May) Domingo; loving grandmother ot Ron, Arnie, Bob, Char, Kate. Joe. Margie. Jimi. Rick.

Chad. David, Mary Catherine. Eric Brad. Denelle and D.J qreat-grandmother of Mackie. Funeral Wednesday.

July 22. 1998. 9:30 a m. to Ascension Church, Oak Park. Mass 10 a.m.

Interment Oueen of Heaven Cemetery. Visi tation at P.M. Smith Sons Funeral Home, 245 Madison St. (2 blocks East of Ridgeland), Oak Park. Tuesday.

Irom 3 o.m. to 9 m. Into 708-848-5828 DUFFY Robert Duffy, loving father of Michael James; fond fiance of Carol Giacalone; dear brother of Catherine Gluqla and Thomas; ex-husband of Annette; uncle of many nieces and nephews Funeral service Wednesday 10 a m. at the Origi nal Rago Brothers Norridt Funeral Chapels, 7751 W. Irving, interment irving rarn uemeiery.

773-276-7800. Visitation Tuesday 3-9 p.m. EGIPCIAC0 Soohia Olsson Eoiociaco. survived by loving par ents, Patricia and Eric; sister, Simone. Graveside services Tuesday, 2:30 m.

at Memory Gardens Cemetery. 2501 E. Euclid Ave Arlington Heights. IL. Arrangements by Ahlgrlm A Sons Funeral Home, Palatine, IL.

847-358-7411. FEINSTEIN Carol A. Feinstein. me Holub, age 57, July 20 beloved wife of Thomas; loving mother ol Brett Kimberlv and Kirt; dear daughter of Florence and the late Robert Holub. Services and interment were held privately.

Memorial contributions may be made to tne American uancer oocteiy Arrangements by Toon Funeral Home, 630-968-0408 FERNANDEZ Anna M. Fernandez, nee Tayerle. of North River side, beloved wife of Esleban; loving mother of Yolanda and Joanne (Thomas) bcnoenneider; dear grandmother ot Danielle, Jennifer and Sarah Schoenheider; fond aunt of Cookie, Dolly and Bob. Funeral Wednesday 9 am from Llnhart Funeral Home, 6620 Cermak Berwyn. to Maler Chnsti Church.

Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven. Visitation Tuesday 3 to 9 FLAMM to Arnold M. Flamm, age 73, beloved husband ot Lola, nee Levy; loving father of Matthew Betty), trie (Jill), Andrew Jan and Peter fond grandfather ot Joanna, Rachel, Alison, Sarah, Michelle and Brian; brother of Eileen March; uncle to Jeremy March. A lifelong Chlca aoan.

he was a Veteran of World War II, graduate of the University of Chicago Law School and an attorney In private practice since lyaj. Interment private, Memorial Visitation Wednesday 1 and Thursday, July 22 and 23, from 7 to 10 p.m. at ifW) n. Lane snore unve ana on r-naay, jury from 3 to 5 p.m. at Cliff Dwellers Club.

200 1 Michigan Ave. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to American Cancer Society. 77 E. Mon roe Chicago, 60603 or to International Women Associates, iuj r. waoasn oie.

iuuo, Chicago, 60601. F0RNACIARI Earl F. Fornaciarl, US Army WWII, July 16 1998, dear husband of Lois; fond father of 1 Ann (Ron) Poole. James (Jen) and Joan (Ravi Halbert; grandfather ol four. Hetired pnnci pal Chicago Board of Education.

Memorial mass Wednesday, July 22, 10 a.m. at Infant Jesus of Praaue Church, Floss moor, IL. Memorials to Catholic Chanties of Chicago or Retired Teachers Association of onicago. FREER Kalherlne Freer, nee Wllhelm, beloved wife of the late Henry dear mother of Marilyn (LeRoy) CaDDer and the late Henry R. (Ruth) Freer; cher ished grandmother of Lee, Dawn, Robin and David; great-grandmother of seven.

Service Thursday. 10 30 a m. at Frledrlcht Funeral Home, 320 Central at NW Hwy, Mount Prospect i Interment Forest Home Cemetery. Visitation Wednesday 6 to 9 p.m. 847-255-7800 AUDIO 1 Theresa Gaudio.

nee Talerico, beloved wife of the lale Frank Mascio and the late Joseph Gaudio; 1 dearest mother of Rose (Ray) Ferraro; dear (' grandmother of Ralph (Lorraine) Enderle, Frank i' (Sylvia) Enderle and Lori Enderle: great-grand-1 mother ol Garrett Enderle; fond sister of Joseph (Lucille) Talerico. Angela (the late Michael) Drick and Rose (the late Peter) Citro; loving aunt of many. r-unerai inursaay a.m. from Salerno I Gale wood Chapel, Ralph Massey, Funeral Direc tor, 1857 N. Harlem to St.

Mary of Celle tnurcn, mass a a.m. interment Mount uarmei Cemetery. Visitation Wednesday 6 to 9 p.m. Mj-ooa-wuu GINSBURG Arthur J. Ginsburg of New York, NY, beloved i.

husband of Ellin, nee Louis; loving father of Ann; aear oromer or viviene irioyoj uonen and Marvi (Sheila) Ginsburg; fond uncle of Cynthia (Harvey) May, David (Elisabeth) Cohen and Barry (Lisa) oonen. uravesiae services Wednesday. 3 30 p.m. at Westlawn Cemetery. Eastlake Section.

7801 W. Montrose. Norridge. In lieu of (lowers, donations in his memory to the chanty of your choice would do appreciated, into: The Plser Chapel, i GLOSS Donald L. Gloss of Northbrook.

beloved husband of Gloria, nee Norsworthv: lovlna father of Laurie (Steven) Kanta and Lindsev Combs; dear brother of Marilyn Bielski, Services private. Donations to ENH Hospice. 5215 Old Orchard Skokie appreciated. GORDON Hulh L. Gordon, nee Cohn, former wife of Charles; loving mother of Randy (Randy).

Ellen and Wendy (Gregg) Katz; adored grandmother ot Hachel and Alex Katz; cherished daughter ot Annette and the late Jack Cohn. Services Mon day. 2 m. at The Plser Chapel. 9200 N.

Skoki Skokie. Interment Westlawn. In lieu of flow ers contributions may be made to Alzheimer Disease 4709 Golf 1015, Skokie. IL 60076. Into.

847-679-4740. In 1798, Napoleon Bonaparte won the Battle of the Pyramids in Egypt. On July 21, 1588, the British fleet, led by Francis Drake, attacked the Spanish Armada in the English Channel In 1856 the Illinois Central Railroad began operating wood-burning trains on its lakefront line in Chicago. In 1899 Ernest Hemingway was born in Oak Park. In 1919 the Goodyear blimp Wing Foot Express caught fire 1,500 feet over the Loop and crashed into the Illinois Trust Savings Bank, killing 13 people and injuring 28.

In 1920 violinist Isaac Stern was born in Kremi-niecz, Russia. In 1930 the Veterans Administration (now the Department of Veterans Affairs) was established. In 1944 American forces landed on Guam in World War II. Also in 1944 the Democratic Party nominated Harry Truman for president at its convention in Chicago. In 1949 the Senate ratified the North Atlantic Treaty by a vote of 82-13.

In 1952 actor-comedian Robin Williams was born in Chicago. In 1954 the Indochina armistice was signed in Geneva, whereby France evacuated North Vietnam and the communist Viet Minh pulled out of South Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. In 1957 Althea Gibson won the women's clay court singles championship, making her the first black player to capture a major U.S. tennis crown. In 1973 France exploded a nuclear device on Muru-rua Atoll in the South Pacific despite worldwide protests.

In 1975 the Russian spacecraft Soyuz 19 landed safely, four days after an orbital rendezvous with the crew of the U.S. spacecraft Apollo. (Apollo and Soyuz spent 44 hours linked in space, where the astronauts performed five joint experiments and shared meals.) In 1980 Walter Polovchak, 12, who said he did not want to go back to his former home in Ukraine when his family returned to the Soviet republic, was granted political asylum in Chicago. In 1993 more rain set back cleanup and recovery efforts in parts of the Midwest as Transportation Secretary Federico Pefia examined the disastrous effects of flooding along the Mississippi River in Keokuk, Iowa. QUIGLEY Don W.

Quigley age 67, retired, of Payson, Arizona, died July 14, 1998 after a long illness. He was preceded in death by his parents Herman John Quigley (1981) and Garnet Anderson Quigley (1995). Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, he was an Eagle Scout and graduated from Webster Groves High School in 1948. Later he attended the University of Arizona on a baseball scholarship.

He was Sigma Chi and graduated in 1952. He married Rosemarie Toshikian Quigley In 1954 and divorced in 1981; he had live children, all ol whom succeeded him in life, Don Curtis, Mark, Donna and Susan; he is also survived by 11 grandchildren, Alexander, Megan and Spencer Quigley, Christin. Taylor and Chase Quigley, Heilly and Liam Quigley. Erin and Kyle Piller and Grant Bell In Ihe 1980 he successfully lounded Don Q's Walk Shop in Denver, CO and owned controlling interest until his death. He was an avid Colorado Rockies fan.

RABIN Allan Rabin, beloved husband ot Audrey, nee Harris: loving lather of Lauren (Bruce) Mandel. Cheryl (Kenneth) Gorenberg and Melissa Rabin; proud PaPa of Alyssa Gorenberg, Jared Mandel and Blair Gorenberg; fond brother of Genevieve (Ihe lale Abe) Novick and brother-in-law of Arlene (Arne) Harris; devoted son of Clara and the late Max Rabin. Long time reslauranleur. past captain ol the 50th ward and several years with the Illinois Secretary of States ollice. Services Wednesday 11 a m.

at The Welnsteln Family Service! Wllmette Chapel, 111 Skokie Wil-mette. (one blk. North of Old Orchard). Interment Westlawn Cemetery, Norridge in lieu oi nowers. contributions in hts memory to your favorite charily would be appreciated.

For info 847-256-5700 REYNOLDS Donald A Buck Reynolds, age bo laie or New Lenox, Saturday. July 18. 1998. at Silver Cross Hosoital with his loving family at his side, alter a courageous battle with cancer. Born in Joliel.

lifelong area resident. Employed by Caterpillar Tractor Co. lor 40 years, retiring in 1990 Member and past president ol St. Mary Magdalene Holy Name Society. Member and past president of Providence High School Booster Club.

Longtime coach of local youth sporls programs. Greatest Ian ol all his grandchildren. Korean Conflict veteran. Loving husband for 44 years ot Joyce, nee Marchio; loving father of Donald (Helen) of Frankfort, Michael (Mary) of Naperville, Kalhy (Stephen) Joutras ol Manhallan, Karen Reynolds ol New Lenox and Mary Lynn (Joseph) Olszla ot Lockporl; loving grandlalher ol 11; son of the lale Llovd and Vera Hinds Reyn olds; dear brother of Rita Smtlh ot Florida and Ihe late Elaine Burnham In lieu ol llowers. memorials to Trinity Services.

New Lenox or St. Mary Magdalene uuitaing t-una. wouia oe appreciatea Services will be held Wednesday. 9:30 a.m. to St Mary Magdalene Church.

Joliel tor Mass at 10 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Romeo-ville. Visitation Tuesday. 4 to 8 m.

at O'Nell Funeral Home. PC, llUb t. 9tn SI (1b9th SI Lockport. B15-838-5010 to Transfiguration Church, 310 W. Mill wauconda.

Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment Transfiguration Cemetery. Info. 847-526-2115 HADDICK Robert D. Haddick, age 71.

passed away July 16, 1998, beloved husband of Susan, nee Jams; devoted father of Philip, Douglas and Robert fond brother of Lois Treace (the late Frank) and Barbara Hofer (DeWayne); dear son to Louise. Memorial Service to be held Thursday, July 23. 7 p.m. at Unity Church, 405 N. Euclid Avenue, Oak Park.

IL. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Thomas Hospice of Hinsdale. 7 Salt-creek Lake, Hinsdale, IL 60521. Arrangements through the Cremation Society of Illinois, 847-577-6505.

HANFORD Mary G. Hanford. nee Morthland, July 19. age 97, late of Home wood, formerly of Chicago, beloved wife of the late Richard I. Hanford; dear mother of Ethel (Stanley) Holmsted, of Homewood; preceded in death by one sister and two brothers; loving sister-in-law; fond aunt of nephew and family.

Member of the First Presbyterian Church ot Homewood. Resting at the Tews Funeral Home, 18230 S. Dixie Homewood, Tuesday from 6 to 9 p.m. Service Wednesday, 1 p.m. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery.

Memorials to the Homewood Paramedics would be appreciated. 708-798-5300 HASTINGS Shirley A. Groszek-Hastings. R.N., age 56, beloved mother of Kenneth (Mimmie), Stephen, CFD and Catherine Groszek; loving sister of Barbara Hastings-Edwards and James Hastings; dear daughter of the late James, CPD retired and Lorl Hastings, nee Adams. Visitation Wednesday, 3 to 9 p.m.

Funeral Thursday, 9 a.m. Irom The Andrew J. McGann ft Son Funeral Home, 10727 S. Pulaski to Holy Rosary Church, 351 E. 113th for Mass at 10 a.m.

Interment private. Dedicated RN at the University of Chicago Hospital with 18 years of service. In lieu of flowers, donations to the American Cancer Society would be appreciated. 773-ST3-7700 or 708-423-5400. HEINEMANN Rudi Heinemann.

beloved brother of Heinz (Inga) Heinemann. Manfred (Martha) Loew ot Connecticut and Ulrich (Eva) Loew; dear uncle of Hella (Klaus) Hohrein, Dr. Axel (Pia) Heinemann. Denise Loew, Svenja Loew, Andrew Loew and Edward Loew, all of Germany. Memorial visitation Wednesday.

July 22. from 5 p.m. until time of Memorial service p.m., at Nieiszner runerai Home, 5620-24 W. Irving Park Rd. Cremation private.

Interment in Germany. Member of 400 Ski Club, CMSC, Chicago Turners-Pioneers and Schwaben Verein. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Schwaben Charity Fund, 2215 Estes Chicago, 60645, appreciated. Info. 773-736-9000 HELFRICH Willis W.

Helfrich, 92. of The Holmstad in Batavia, formerly of Chicago, beloved husband of Laura, nee Reynolds; dear father of Mary Helfrich, Sus-san (Glenn) Ferrell and Carl (Karen) Helfrich; loving grandfather of Kirk Heltnch, Brian and Gregory Ferrell; devoted brother of Charles, the late Murph and Francis Helfrick. Memorial services at The Holmstad pending. In lieu of flowers, contributions to North Park Covenant Church of Chicago, 5250 N. Chrisitana Avenue.

Chicago. Illinois 60625 appreciated. Arrangements by Yurs-Peterson Funeral Home, Batavia. 630-879-7900. JEVREM0VIC Jelenko Jevremovlc, age 77, of Round Lake Beach, beloved husband of Selena; loving father of Branka Brakocevic: dear grandfather ofNanad and Veljko.

Service Thursday, 12 noon at Thee Most Holy Mother Of God Church, Third Lake. Visitation 5 to 8 Wednesday at Burnett-Dane Funeral Home, 120 W. Park, (Rt 176), Libertyville. Info 847-362-3009 KLATT Edward W. Klatt.

loving father of Michael (Carol), Susan (Gary) Boch, Daniel Klatt. Richard (Susan) and Mary Beth (Jeff) Antone; proud grandpa of Elizabeth, Caroline. David. Andy, Brian. Alex, Ryan and Megan; dear friend ot Veronica Cullen; stepfather of Patrick, Beth.

Susan. Michelle. Donovan and Michael; dear grandpa ot their children; brother of Shirley (the late Bob) Casey, Mildred and Russell (Pat) Klatt; uncle ot many nieces and nephews. Member of Local 597. Eddie will be deeply missed by all those who had the privilege of knowing him.

He spent a great deal of time helping others and touching their lives In ways only they can personally know. With love. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. from Zimmerman ft Sande-man-Orland Funeral Home, 9900 W. 143rd to St.

Michael Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment private. Visitation Tuesday, from 3 to 9 p.m. Info.

708-460-7500. KOCUREK Robert C. Kocurek, age 81, beloved husband ot the late Ann; loving father of Hubert C. Jr. (Barbara), Adrian, Ronald (Nancy), Leonard (Annette) Kocurek and Eileen (James) Summers; proud grandfather of Kimberly Kocurek.

Philip, Katie and Travis Summers. Funeral Thursday. 10:30 a.m. from John E. Malo-ney Funeral Home, 1359 W.

Devon to St. Ignatius Church. Mass 11 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Visitation Wednesday 6 to 9 p.m.

For imormation: a-rw-ibu KORANDA See Janet A. Ascherl notice. KORANDA See Janet A. Ascherl notice. KOZAK Chester L.

Kozak. Navy veteran WW II. beloved husband of the late June, nee Fabish: lovino father of Linda (Ron) Zachara. Lawrence Jensen, Gregory Kozak, Catherine Kozak and the late Dean Kozak, dearest grandfather of Ronald, Christopher, Shelley, Rachel, Zachery and Joshua; fond brother of Delores Mayehofer and the late Virginia Jablon-ski. Retired employee of Dubin-Dubin-Moulous-samy.

Resting at the Kulatlk Funeral Home, 4860 W. 31st where funeral service will be held Wednesday, July 22, 1998 at 10 a m. Visitation Tuesday, 3 to 9 p.m. Interment Mount Auburn. In lieu ot flowers, memorials may be sent to Vitas Health Care.

708-652-2005. K0ZL0WSKI Halina Kozlowski. nee Ram, age 60, beloved wile of Stanley; loving mother ot Eva (Jack) Lazzara. Paul and Monica; fond grandmother ol Phillip, Alexander, Nicholas and Gregory Lazzara; loving daughter of Antonina (the late Roman) Rajm; dearest sister of Roman (Nellie) Rajm: also survived by brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law. many nieces, nephews and friends.

Funeral Saturday. 8 45 a from Ridge Funeral Home, Kenneth J. Operzedek Son Directors, 6620 W. Archer Ave (corner of Natoma), to St. Mary Star ol the Sea Church.

Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment private. Visitation Thursday. 5 to 9 and Friday, 2 to 9 p.m. Member of the Polish Falcon's Nest.

Chicago. IL. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Polish Youth Association in the 6434 W. Belmont Chicago. IL 60634.

773-586-7900 KUBALA Anna Kubala, beloved wire oi cawaro; aear mother ol Allreda and Christine (David) Morenz; fond grandmother ol Graham and Peter Morenz and the late Morgan Scheldt. Visitation at Skaa-Terrace Funeral Home, 7812 Milwaukee Niles. Wednesday. 9 30 a m. until time ot service 10 30 am Interment Mount Olive Cemetery.

847-966-7302 KUCAN Julia A Kucan, nee Salecka of Berwyn. beloved wile of the late John devoted mother of Delores (Ray) Weingart. Joseph (Belty). Walter (Judy) and the late John M. (Barbara) Kucan; Inving grandmother of seven; great grandmother ot 12; great-great-grandmother ol two.

Funeral Thursday. July 23. 8 45 a m. from Svec a Sons Funeral Home, 6227 Cermak Rd Berwyn, to Our Lady ol the Mount Church. Mass 9 30 a m.

Interment Woodlawn. Visitation Wednesday, 2 10 9 p.m. 708-484-2050 or 773-242-2027. LEARMAN Rose Learman, age 76, lifetime Chicago resident, photographer, loving daughter of the late Anna Mae Kutner-Learman Rose leaves to cherish her memories, her Iriends. Marge.

David. Jimmie. Marcie, Joan, Nathaniel. David. Linda.

Lili. Rolland and many others Visitation Wednesday, July 22, 10 am. until time of Mass ot Christian Burial 11 a m. at Holy Name Cathedral, 735 N. State Chicago.

Interment private. Allouez. Wisconsin Funeral information. Drake A Son Funeral Home, 773-561-6874 Gordon Clavey for a mixed-use retail development project near Illinois Highway 60 east of Butterfield Road. As a longtime nurseryman, Mr.

Clavey loved the land and was: challenged by the prospect of new development. Even after he retired, he kept busy in develop-, ment projects in Vernon Hills and in his new home in Florida. His business Inverness-based developer Warren Mose, remembers many long days scurrying around Florida with Mr. Clavey, prospecting for new development areas. "I just don't think he perceived of himself as aging," Mose said.

"He was the quintessential enthu- -siast for positive thinking." In addition to his wife, Clavey is survived by three Steven Clavey, William Keegan and Terrence Keegan; three daughters, Michele Sayers, Colleen' Papin and Nicole Dose; a brother, James Clavey; a sister, Bette Reach; and 13 grandchildren. Visitation will be held from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday in Kelly and Spauld-; ing Funeral Home, 1787 Deerfield Highland Park. Mass will be 't said at 10 a.m. Saturday in Holy; Cross Catholic Church, 724 Elder Lane, Deerfield.

by traditional scholars, he said he had not missed all that much. Mr. Clarke, largely self-taught and highly outspoken, became an imposing figure in black intellec-! tual circles. In a varied career, he wrote six books, edited and contributed to 17 others, wrote more than 50 1" short stories, turned out a stream of articles and pamphlets, helped found or edit several black quarterlies, lectured widely and did research in every African country except South Africa. He edited a 1968 book, "William Styron's Nat Turner: 10 Black; Scholars Respond," in which and the other contributors! accused Styron of painting a false picture of slavery and of Turner's character in his acclaimed novel! "The Confessions of Nat Turner." Mr.

Clarke also edited "Ameri-J can Negro Short Stories" (1966), "Malcolm The Man and Hist Times" (1969), "Harlem U.S.A."! (1971) and "Marcus Garvey the Vision of Africa" (1973). SMITH H. Marjorie Besinger-Smith. beloved mother ot Margaret Jacoby, Arthur (Patricia) and the late Howard; loving grandmother of seven; great-grandmother of nine. Funeral service Thursday, 11 a m.

at Kolbut Funeral Home, 6841-57 W. Higgins Ave. Interment Ridgewood Cemetery. Visitation Wednesday, 2 to 9 p.m. 773-774-3232 SM0KVINA Joseph J.

Smoky Smokvma, beloved husband of the late Wilma; loving father ol Donna (Carl Jr.) Chavez; fond grandfather ol Raeann (James) Fuller, Joseph (Lynn) Shroyer. Carl J. Chavez III and Andrew Chavez; greatgrandfather ot Cortney Raymond and William; dear uncle of Stanley (Geraldine) and David Mos-kal. Fourth Degree member of General Pulaski Council 3323, of C. Funeral Thursday, July 23rd.

9 30 a McKenzie Funeral Home, 15616 Cicero Oak Forest, to St Columba Church, Chicago. Mass 10 30 a.m. Entombment Holy Cross. Visitation Wednesday. 2 to 9 p.m.

708-687-2990 SN0WDEN Maureen Snowden, suddenly, loving mother of Jenna. Ida Varga; dearest daughter of Evelyn, nee Bothwell, and the late Joseph; sister of Pauline (Gerry) Huston, Linda, Michael, Stephen (Diane), James and Patricia (John) Ryan; fond aunt of many nieces and nephews. Visitation Tuesday at the Cooney Funeral Home, 3552 N. Southport Ave, from 3 to 9 p.m. Funeral Wednesday 10:15 am.

to Oueen of All Saints Bascillica Mass 11 a.m. Interment All Saints 773-472-5650 S0SNIAK John A Sosniak. age 86, ot New Port Richey. FL, formerly of Berwyn, beloved husband ot Nellie, nee Statkus: loving father of Barbara (Joseph) Konieczka. fond brother ot Edward (Lillian), Estel (Frank) Starus.

the late Walter (Mary) and Eleanor (the late Justus) Schubering; proud grandfather of Laura (Thomas) Behles. Greg Konieczka. Vickt (Joseph) Mohr and Alan (Suzanne) Konieczka. great-grandfather of Zachary Allan and Justin Joseph; fond uncle of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Thursday, July 23, 930 am.

from the Joseph Nosek A Sons Funeral Home, 6716-18 W. 16th St (corner ot Euclid), Berwyn, to St. Mary ot Celle Church Mass 10 a m. Entombment Resurrection Mausoleum. Visitation 3-9 p.m.

Wednesday. Member of the LOOM, 45 year employee of R. Donnelley Sons in Chicago. Info, 708-484-7415 or 877-N-O-S-E-K-F-H, To place your Fraternal Notice, Call: (312) 222-2222 New York Times News Service NEW YORK John Henrik Clarke, an Alabama sharecropper's son whose thirst for unfettered knowledge led him to hop a freight train to New York and transform himself into an African history scholar who helped spur the development of black studies, died Thursday at age 83. Mr.

Clarke, who also spent six decades as a gadfly fixture in Harlem's intellectual life, was a professor emeritus at Hunter College here. Although he received a doctorate at age 78 from Los Angeles' nonaccredited Pacific Western University, Mr. Clarke, an 8th-grade dropout who eventually took courses at New York University and Columbia but never graduated, was hardly stymied by the lack of formal academic credentials. Indeed, as a scholar devoted to redressing what he saw as a systematic and racist suppression and distortion of African history SANDEL Dorothy Sandel. nee Craig, beloved wife of the late Albert dear mother of the late Sue (the late Donald Pritzker; loving grandmother ot Penny (Bryan Traubert) Tony (Jeanne Kriser) and Jay Robert (Mary Katharine Muenster) Prilz-ker; great-grandmother of Donald and Rose Traubert, Nicholas and Elizabeth Pritzker; fond sister ol Thomas (Marie) Craig.

Services Wednesday. 2 m. al The Plser Chapel, 5206 N. Broadway, Chicago. Entombment Rosehill Mausoleum.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Ihe Alzheimer's 4709 Golf Skokie. IL 60076. Into. 773-561-4740 SAPONE Anthony Sapone, veteran ot WWII b. Army, beloved husband of the late Dorothy, dearest brother of Margaret Yapelli, Lena and Katherine Sapone and the late Joseph.

John. Charles and Frank Sapone; dear uncle and great-uncle to many. Funeral Wednesday 9 a.m. from Cappetta Funeral Home, 5858 Roosevelt Road to St. Frances of Rome Church, Cicero.

Mass 9 30 a Interment Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday 4 to 9 p.m. 773-626-0120. SCANL0N Mary Patricia Scanlon.

nee Frommeyer, devoted mother of Michael (Sallie) ot San Francisco. CA, Patricia of Lakewood, OH. Molly (James) Venker ot St. Louis. MO, Patrick (Denise) ot Los Angeles.

CA, Kathleen (Michael) MacLennan of East Molina, IL, Peter (Jennifer) of Evanston, IL, and Megan Scanlon of Chicago, IL; dear sisler of James (Jane) Frommeyer Jr. of Gtenview, IL, Robert (Margie) Frommeyer of Cincinnati, OH. and Thomas Frommeyer ot Cincinnati, OH; fond grandmother of 10; loving daughter of the late James and Cecelia Frommever. In her retirement. Mary Pat was very active with Hosptce ol DuPage, IL, Literacy Volunteers ot America.

Lau-bach Literacy Action Tutors. Catholic Charities Parish Bereavement Ministry and the Befriender Ministry. Funeral Mass Wednesday, 10:30 a at St Isidore Church, Bloomingdale (corner ol Army Trail Road and Gary Avenue). Interment private. In lieu ol llowers.

donations may be made to Hospice ol the North Shore, 2821 Central Evanston, IL 60201. Visitation Tuesday, 4 to 8 p.m., at Salerno't Rosedale Chapels. 450 Lake Roselle (44 mi. west ot BloomingdaleRoselle Rd For info, 630-889-1 f'UU. SHULMAN Lila C.

Shulman, nee a mitt a. of Bradenton, FL lnrmrl ot Hmhlsnd Park, beloved Wife of Sol loving mother of Jon, Art (Joanne), and Sam (Caryn) Shulman: grandmother of Katie Emily. Benjamin, and Sara. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, July 22. in Philadelphia, PA In lieu ot flowers, donations may be made to the Hospice ot Southwest Nonaa.

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