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SB- Obituaries Daphne du Marnier dies; author's books included 'Rebecca' Associated Press London, England Daphne du Maurier, author of "Rebecca" and other Gothic and romantic novels, died Wednesday at her home in Cornwall, the wildly beautiful English county in which she set many of her tales. She was 8 1 . "Rebecca," as well as the novels "Frenchman's Creek," "My Cousin Rachel" and "Jamaica Inn," were household names in popular fiction and became popular movies. The Du Maurier style made for spine-chilling films such as Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds," from her short story, and Nicolas Roeg's "Don't Look Now," from her novella. Dame Daphne, as she was known after being honored by Queen Elizabeth, died in her sleep, said her friend and legal executor, Monty Baker-Munton. Until about two weeks ago, she had been fit enough for daily walks with her dog around Par, the Cornish village where she had lived in seclusion for 20 years. Du Maurier was born in London on May 13, 1907, one of three daughters of the renowned actor Sir Gerald du Maurier. Educated by private tutors in Paris, she was 21 when she published her first articles and short stories. Her first novel, "The Loving Spirit," appeared in 1931. The novel captivated a young British 5 ONtuirinimlFimnh NOTICE As a public service to our readers, we offer the first five lines of any Minneapolis or St. Paul obituary free of charge. With this space you can include name, age, address, city and funeral home. You may also buy additional lines of space. For help in placing your notice, please contact a Star Tribune representative at 372-4130 or your funeral director. Allen Anna M. age 91 of Johanna Snores on April 17. Preceded In death by husband Claude H., former Stale Representative & Senator. Survived bv daughter & son-in-law, Dodle & Robert Howe, St Paul; son & daughter-in-law, Dr. John H. & LaRae, of Montevideo, MN; granddaughters, Claudia Monson, Carol Egan, Connie Spear, Elizabeth Wagstrom, Kathleen Castillo, Victoria Powell, Roberta Anderson; and 1 great-grandchildren. Memorial Service Friday, 2 pm, at the Chapel at Presbyterian Homes, 3220 Lake Johanna Blvd. Private Interment at Acacia Park Cemetery. Visitation Thursday, 4-7 pm, in Ihe Holcomb-Henry-Boom Funeral Home, 534 N. Snelling Av, St Paul. Member of Dome Club, Stale Legislators Wives, Lawyers Wives of Ramsey County, Midland Hills Country Club, St. Paul Campfire Council, SI. Paul Athletic Club, former Splash Club President, Women's City Club, Thursday Club, Como Aristonian Club, House of Hope Presbyterian Church. Memorials preferred to the Gideons or donor's choice. Astleford Robert R., age 15, 43-year resident of Richfield. Co-founder of Astleford Equipment Co. Longtime member of Richfield United Methodist Church. Survived by beloved wife, Emma; sons & daughters-in-law, Dale I Lola, Burnsville, Leon "Lon" & Elaine, Bloominglon; daughters & sons-in-law, Ramona & William Brick, Lakeville, Carol I Mike Connelly, Mpls, Shirley & James Poucher, Chicago, IL; grandchildren, Kenneth & Robert Brick, Kalhy Dugal, Judy Nordschow, Susan Pedersen, Gwen Stafne, Barbara otroerer, Jackie, Joel, Mark, Wendy, Eileen Astleford, Ronald Bloomgren, Leslie Benson, Jennifer & Heather Poucher, Brian Benson; IS greatgrandchildren; 5 brothers, Gerald & Melvin.Mpis, Merrill, Denver, CO, Warren, White River. SD, Herbert. Piano. TX; 4 sisters, Sybil, Sioux Falls, SD, Grace Strain, While River, SD, Lotit Joneschiet, Klamott Falls, OR and Ruth Hrochovec, Chicago. IL Service on Saturday, 11am at Richfield United Methodist Church, 59th ILyndale Ave S. Interment Oak Hill. Visitation Friday from 5-9pm al Morris Nilsen Chapel, 6527 Portland Ave. Memorials to Richfield United Methodist Church. Bock Daniel A., age 41, Mina Lake. Services Friday. April 21. 1919, 3pm at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Aberdeen. Rev. Mike Kellv will officiate. Burial will follow In the Sacred Heart Cathonc Cemetery. Aberdeen. Mr. Bock died Tuesday, April II. at his home In Mlna Lake. Visitation at the Mlller-Huebl Funeral Home from Bam Thursday until 2:30pm i-noav. The family has requested to meet af the funeral home at 2:30pm Friday. A liturgical wake service will be held at 7pm Thursday evening at the funeral home. Thursday April army major and led to a storybook courtship. The officer, Frederick A.M. (Boy) Browning, resolved to meet the young woman and journeyed to Par to find her. They met in 1932 and married a few months later. In the same year she published her second novel, "I'll Never be Young Again." "Jamaica Inn," a big seller, followed in 1936, and then came "Rebecca." "Rebecca," about a young bride whose probing into the death of her husband's previous wife leads her into a frightening psychological labyrinth, was published in 1938 and sold I million copies in hard cover alone. It was reprinted 39 times, launched Laurence Olivier's movie career opposite Joan Fontaine and was translated worldwide.- She became Lady Browning with the ennoblement of her husband, who had been commander of British Airborne Forces in World War II and then treasurer to Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth. In 1943 they rented Menabilly, the rambling, often fog-shrouded Georgian manor that inspired Manderley, the fire-doomed mansion in "Rebecca." Oliver Cromwell's troops gutted the house during the English Civil War, and legend had it that a cavalier was bricked up alive in one of Mena-billy's gray stone buttresses. The writer's hideaway was a gardener's hut, where, she said, "I'd sit for Brooks Earle G., age 55, of Excelsior. Survived by wife, Rhoda; children, Ricardo & wife, Patricia, Carmen & husband, David Rohach, Ned & wife, Jessica, Jocelvn Brooks; 4 grandchildren, Kalherlne, Brenda, Elizabeth & Matthew; sister, Marlorie Allen; brother, Ernest Brooks. Memorial service 3pm Saturday Excelsior United Methodist Church,l40 Hwy 7, Excelsior. Cremation Society of MN 125-2435 Brown Tillie I., age 90, of Eagle Nursing Home, Bloominglon. Survived by sister, Mrs. Gladys Cherrl of Martin Luther Manor, Bloominglon; stepson, Richard R. Brown & wife, Phyllis; grandchildren, Robert & Gerrl; 3 great-grandchildren, Kim, Jason & Bobby; nephew, Neil Cherri; great-niece, Cheryl Lynn. Memorial services Thursday 4pm at: Werness Brothers 3700 Nicollet AvS, 824-2424 Carlisle Thomas (Tommy), age 18, of Mpls. Survived bv daughter, Krislan Nicole Carlisle; parents, Richard & Beverly Carlisle; brothers, John, Steve ft wife, Dawn and Tim; sister, Cindy; paternal grandparents. Henry t, Evelyn Carlisle; girlfriend, Kim Cameron; & many other relatives & friends. He was attending the WOC Pre gram through Roosevelt High School & was on the "A" honor roll. Service Fri., 11:30 am, at the McDivitt Hauge Bradshaw Funeral Home, 3131 Minnehaha Ave S. Private interment. Friends may call from 9 JO am Fri., until time of service. McDIvltl Hauge Bradshaw 724-3421 Clark Burnham C, age 74, passed away at the Chapel View Nursing Home after a long illness, survived bv brother, Stephen R.; 3 nieces & S nephews. Memorial service Monday, April 24th, 3pm Lakewood cemetery c ha pel. Memorials to Ihe Children's Home Society of MN. Albin Chapel Ralph & James Albinson Cook Claire K., age 83, of Mpls, for merly Robbinsdale. Funeral Mass 10:30am Thursday at the Church of the Ascension, in' terment Gethsemane. Gearry Delmore Chapel, 537-4511 Daly Frank A., age 15, ot Mpls, on April 18lh. Retired civil engineer for the Army Corps of Engineers with 35 years of service. Husband of Dorothy L; father of James A., Forest City, IA, Robert F., Plymouth, Thomas M., mpk & William J., St. Paul; 9 grandchildren, brother of John J., Mpls. Fu neral leaving the Willwers' cheid & Peters Mortuary, 1147 Grand Ave, St. Paul, 9:40 am Friday. Mass of Christian Burial al Ihe Cathedral, St, Paul, 10 am. Interment SI. Mary's Cemetery. Visitation 4-8 pm Thursday. Parish Rosary 7:30 pm Thurs. Memorials preferred to the Cathedral Me' morialFund. Darsow Lillian B., of Frldley. Preceded in death by husband, Douglas. Survived bv children. Michael. Patrick, Kathleen, Mary Lou, Douglas, Kelly & Rusty; 11 grandchildren; 3 sons-in-law & 3 daughters-in-law; brothers ft sisters; ft many nieces ft nephews. Memorial Mass Fri. 10 am, St. Timothy's Catholic Church. Interment Ft. Snelling Cemetery. Vigil service Thurs., 7:30 pm. Visitation Thurs., after 4:30 pm, at the Kapala-Glodek Northeast Chapel, 3rd St. ft 13th Ave NE Kapala-Glodek 378-1331 20 1989Star Tribune And related Donaldson Ross "Jess", age 74, of Mpls. Postal Clerk for 30 years. Member of AA for 14 years. WWII Veteran. Survived bv wife, Ruby of 42 vears; daughters, Sharon Hall ft Ruth Morris; son, Roger; 4 grandchildren; brothers, Leo Donaldson, Ray Donaldson ft Vernon Donaldson; sister, Nealha Melby. Funeral service Friday 12pm Werness Brothers Chapel. Interment Ft. Snelling National Cemetery. Memorials preferred to American Cancer Society. Friends may call Thursday 4-8pmal: Werness Brothers 3700 Nicollet AvS, 824-2424 Dronen Agnes Bergetta, age 80, of Edina Care Center. Member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church. Preceded in death by husband, Bernard. Survived bv sons and daughters-in-law, Wilbur ft Belly, Charleston, SC, Richard ft Audrey, Edina, Robert ft Dianna, Blooming-ton; 12 grandchildren; 14 greatgrandchildren. Funeral services Sal., 10 am, Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 41st ft Lyn-dale Ave S. Interment Lake-wood Cemetery. If so desired, memorials may be given to Bethlehem Lutheran Church Foundation. Friends may call Fri., 5-8 pm at: Werness Brothers 3500 W. 50th St, 927-8441 Eastvold- Muehlhausen Janell Screen, age 43, of Golden Valley. Survived bv spouse, Eldred W. Muehlhausen; children, AnnElisa Easthausen, John W. Muehlhausen, both of Mpls, and Sarah E. Muehlhausen of Golden Valley; parents, Olive ft John Eastvok) of Casa Grande, AZ; brothers ft sisters, Robert Eastvok) of Glen-dale, AZ, Cecelia Brecke of Albert Lea, MN, Karen Cotton, Solon, IA, Roger Eastvok) of Wales, Wl; II nieces ft nephews. She was a feminist and scholar with special interest in empowering women. Funeral Sat 11am al Lutheran Church of the Reformation, 2544 S. Hwy 100. Interment Lake-wood. Friends may call 5-lpm Friday at Gearty Delmore, Park Chapel, Excelsior Blvd ft .Wooddale Av S. and at the church 1 hour before services. Eisner Delores, age 40, of NE Mpls. Survived by brothers, Stanley, Joseph ft Edward Gozel; sisters. Germ Slreteck, Helen Dudziak, Gladys Jeremko, Dorothy velasco; several nieces ft nephews. Funeral service Fri., I pm, Kapala Glodek Northeast Chapel, 230 13th Ave NE. Interment Hill side Cemetery. Visitation Thurs., after 4om. Kapala-Glodek 378-1331 Epstein Esther, age 77, of 7900 W.2Bth St. Services were held Wednesday, April 19th at the United Hebrew Brotherhood Cemetery, Richfield. Arr: Hodroffi Sons Foster Nora (Mrs. James) of Cork, Ireland. Passed away April 19th in Ireland. Survived by husband, James; 4 sons, Father Edward of Pine River, James of san Francisco Michael of Ireland ft Thomas of Golden Valley; sister Noreen of Ireland; 1 grandchildren. Funera services to be held in Ireland, Fraser Herbert E., age 77, of Naples, FL. Chairman of Langford Electric Corp. of Mpls. Sur vlved bv wife, Dorothy; step son, David Hill of Winnipeg, CN; brother, Russell N. of SI. Petersburg, fl; 2 sisters, Les lie Maudsley of Prior Lake, Marilyn Beck of Johnston, ia; 5 nephews; 7 nieces. Preceded in death by brother, Gayle. Service Sat 1:30pm at Lake-wood Cemetery Chapel. Me morials preferred to Hospice of Naples, Inc., 850 4th Ave N., Naples, FL 33940. Washburn McReavy Welander-Quisl-Davies 377-2203 : v j Daphne du Maurier hours on end, chain-smoking, chewing mints and tapping away at my typewriter." Her husband died in 196S. In 1969, Dame Daphne, as she had become that year, moved from Menabilly to Par with her two Yorkshire terriers and rented another mansion, Kil-marth. At Kilmarth, she wrote "The House on the Strand." Her last novel was "Rule Britannia," published in 1972. "Growing Pains," a memoir of her early years, appeared in 1981, and her introduction to a new book on Cornwall will appear in the fall. She preferred a secluded life. "I can't say I really like people," she once said. "Perhaps that's why 1 always preferred to create my own instead of mixing with real ones." Baker-Munton said Dame Daphne would be cremated this week at a private ceremony with no flowers and only family friends, her son and two daughters, in accordance with her wishes. Funeral classifications. To place a Finley John Homer, Jr. was born June 4, 1904 in Faulk County, South Dakota. He graduated in Business Administration from Ihe University of Montana in Missoula, where he was a member of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. John continued his education bv obtaining his Law Degree from the University of SD. After practicing law in South Dakota, he went to Peoria, IL, and became an attorney for Ihe Travelers Insurance Company. After six vears, he moved to Minneapo-lis, Minnesota, and was Branch Manager of American Surety Company. Later, he opened his own claims adjustment firm. In the following vears, he became Home Office Casualty Claims Manager for Farmers Home Mutual Insurance Company. Upon retiring, he enioved the stock market ft related functions. John appreciated the beauty ft sounds of nature. He passed away Monday, April 17, 1989. We will miss his strength, logic ft wit. He is survived by wife, Esther; daughters ft son-in-law. Re-nee DiGiovannl and Marcia ft husband, James Aamodt; grandson, John DiGiovanni. Private interment will be al Lakewood Cemetery. A Memorial service win be held Thursday 1:30pm Lakewood Chapel, 3600 Hennepin Ay S. Memorials will be given to the American Heart Assn. Werness Brothers 3500 W. 50th SI, 927-8441 Fredrickson Bendix. Services Fri 2:30pm Lvngblomsten Chapel. Arr: Holcomb-Henry-Boom Gill Joseph T., age 80, of Coon Rapids. Survived by wife, Lillian; brother, Ben Gill of Mpls; sister, Mrs. Anne Stevens, AZ; several nieces ft nephews. Funeral service Friday 10am, Kapala-Glodek NE Chapel. Interment Hillside Cemetery. Rosary Thurs 4:30 pm. Visitation Thurs 5-8pm. Kapala-Glodek 378-1331 Hedenland Genevieve M.. age 44. of Rose- ville on April 19th. Beloved wife of Robert; mother of Robert J., New York, Mrs. Philip (Geral-dine) Seeger, CA, Gloria, St. Paul. Stephen, Mpls, Mrs. Greg (Gretchen) Hamlin, Newport; grandmother ot Bri' an, Katie, Jessica ft Michelle; sister ot Catherine Then ft Jo seph Scheldness, both of SI. Paul. Funeral leaving from THE ROSEVILLE MEMORIAL CHAPEL (2245 N. Hamline Ave) 11:45am Friday. Mass of Christian Burial, ST. ROSE OF LIMA, 12 Noon. Visitation 4-8pm Thursday. Interment Ft. Snelling National Cemetery. Hunt Myrtle, age 81, of Faribault. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Edger Marlon Schuenke; sons, Ralph, Eugene, Howard Gordon Hunt; 21 grandchil dren; 18 great-grandchildren; sister, Anna Roy; brothers, John ft Ervln Karon. Mass of Christian Burial Friday 10:30am, Immaculate Concep tion Church. Interment Calva' ry Cemetery. Visitation 3:30' 9pm Thurs at Parker-Kohl Funeral Home. Imsdahl Bryan J age 19. Survived bv parents, Terry ft Nancy ims dahl; brother, Jeff; sisters, Tracy ft Jennifer; grandpar ents. Fiona Gagne. Vern ft Mona Imsdahl; also survived bv many aunts, uncles, cous- Ins, and friends. Memorial ser vice Friday Ham, SUNSET . MEMORIAL PARK FUNER,-AL CHAPEL, 2250 St. Anthony Blvd NE. in lieu of tiowers, memorials appreciated. Sunset Funeral Chapel 789-3594 Notices paid classified notice call Jensen Curt, age 42, of Orono. Employee of Anacomp (formerly Data GraphiX). Survived by wife, Julie; sons, Tyler, Christopher ft Michael; daughter, Kim, all of Orono; parents, Ray ft Ovedia Jensen of Kenmare, ND; brothers ft sisters-in-law, Craig ft Amy of Plymouth, Rolf ft Colleen of Grand Ridge, IL, Ramon ft Chris of Madison, CT; nieces, nephews, aunts ft uncles. Funeral service 11am Saturday at Trinity Episcopal Church, 322 2nd St., Excelsior. Visitation Friday 4-8pm David Lee Funeral Home, Wavzata Blvd in Wavzata. Interment Wadena Cemetery. David Lee Funeral Home 473-5577 Kleven . Slorker E., age 72, of Frederic, Wl, died April 18th, In Eagan, MN. Survived bv wife, Victoria; daughter, Bonnie Phillips of Eagan; son, Dennis Kleven of Plymouth; 4 grandchildren; 1 great-granddaughter; 2 brothers ft 1 sister. Funeral service Friday, April 21st, 2pm Pilgrim Lutheran Church, Frederic, Wl. Visitation Thursday 5-8pm Carlson Funeral Home, Frederic. Interment Cushing Cemetery, CushingWI. Koontz John O., age 42, formerly of New Brighton. Beloved husband of Gladys. Survived by sons ft daughters, John of Gravette, AR, Michael of Andover, MN, Tom of Bentonvllle, AR, Cathy Farber of Centerton, AR; beloved grandfather of 5; brother, David of Duluth, MN. Services ft interment in Bentonville. Friends may write to Gladys at Rlel, Box 131-E, Bentonville, AR 72712 Krutzig . Helen, age av, went to be witn the Lord on April 17, 1989 in Chicago, IL. Formerly of Mpls. Preceded in death bv parents, 1 brother ft 1 sister. Survived by brothers, John (Lucille), Michael (Bernice), Andrew (Anne) ft Joseph (Audrey); sisters, Ann Sophie Folstad ft Irene (James) Gaus, CA; 19 nieces ft nephews; other relatives ft friends. Private services ft Interment. Lee Fred, age 59. Survived by wife, Daisy Lee; sons ft daughter- in-law, Alan ft Audrey Lee, Havward. CA, ft Freddie Lee, Mpls; 2 daughters, Diane Lee, Mpls ft Sue J nomas, pins-burgh, PA; mother-in-law, Willie Hester, Mpls; brothers-in-law, Charles Johnson, L.C. Hester Jr., Wiley Hester, San Jose, CA; 2 sisters, Lela Malhes, Tacomah, WA, Ivory jean Ryer, NY; sisters-in-law, Josephine Willis, Mpls, Mam- mie Washington, Willie White, Carlvon Johnson. Svlvio Hes ter, Ann Lee; 5 grandchildren; ft a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives ft friends. Visi tation Fri., 5-8 pm, Estes Fu neral Chapel, 2210 Plymouth Ave N. Services Sat., 11 am, at Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 3805 3rd Ave S. Interment Lakewood Cemetery. Arr: Estes Funeral Chapel, 521-4744. Lennartson Vernon A., age 88, of Osseo. Retired Deputy Sherrif of Hen' nepin Co. Survived bv son, John E., Battle Lake; dauah ters. Mrs. Verna Swaser, Pierz.Mrs. Richard (Patricia) Robinson of SheH Knob, MO; sister, Margaret Sumer ot Al' exandrla; 9 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren. Services 2pm Friday at the Evans-Nordby Funeral Home, 1st Ave E. ft 2nd St N. In Osseo. Interment Mound Cemetery. Visitation after 4pm Thursday. Masonic service 8pm Thurs day. If so desired, memorials may be given to the Vernon A. Lennartson Memorial Fund. Evans-Nordbv 424-4000 Libby Darlene F age 50, of Mpls. Funeral arrangements made in Detroit Lakes al Donenower Funeral Home. Hurst Robins Anderson, ex-Hamline president Hurst Robins Anderson, 84, president of Hamline University in St. Paul from 1948 to 1952, died Wednesday in St. Petersburg, Fla. Anderson, a Cleveland native, was Hamline's 1 1th president He was a forceful administrator and a strong advocate of liberal arts educatioon, a college spokesman said. Anderson graduated from Ohio Wes-leyan University in Delaware, Ohio, in 1926 and did graduate work at the University of Michigan Law School, Northwestern University and the University of Chicago. He taught and was an administrator at Alleghany College in Meadville, Pa., for 13 years and was president of Centenary College in Hackettstown, N.J., before starting work at Hamline Also noted George Whitmore, 43, an author and playwright who wrote about the impact of AIDS on society, died of the disease Wednesday at New York University Medical Center. Whitmore was born in Denver and attended Bennington College. He was a conscientious objector, and in lieu of military service in the Vietnam War he worked at Planned Parenthood of New York City, coordinating its national abortion referral unit. Robert L. Ketter, 60, an authority on earthquake engineering research and a former president of the State University of New York at Buffalo, died of a heart attack at Millard Fillmore 372-4130 Mainquist Rov, of Buffalo, on Wednesday. Funeral arrangements are pending ft will be under the direction of: Peterson Chapel Buffalo McClay John A., age 81, res. Milllona, MN. Survived bv wife, Adelaide; sons, Kenneth ft Keith; 10 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren. Funeral service Friday 11am Washburn McReavy Welander-Quist-Duschane Chapel, 4239 W. Broadway, Robbinsdale. Visitation Thursday 4-Bpm. Interment Glen Haven Memorial Gardens. Washburn McReavy Welander-Quist-Duschane 537-2333 Mecl(Hengel) Violet M., age 49, of Columbia Heights. Member of Minnesota Quitters. Preceded in death by husband, James. Survived by sons, Wayne of Mounds View, Larry of Spring Lake Park, ft Augie of Columbia Heights; daughter, Sandra of Big Lake; grandchildren, Lisa, Tim, Jeremy, Janis, Lindsay, Holly ft Jimmy; sisters ft brothers, Helen, Alva, Bertie, Rosie, Lillian, Donald ft David. Funeral service Ham Friday at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, 4101 Washington St NE, Columbia Heights. Visitation 5- 8pm Thursday evening at Ihe Miller Funeral Home, colum bia Heights Chapel, 831 40th Ave NE (789-3338). Prayer service 8pm Thursday in fa neral chapel. Interment Morn' ingside Memorial Gardens, Coon Rapids. Menefee Grace E., age 85, of Anoka. Full notice Friday. Arr. Thur Slon-LindbergF.H. 421-0220 Miller Gloria L, age 50, of Apple Val ley. Funeral notice Friday. Henry W.Anderson, 432-2331. Murphy ur. Hilary Bernard F.S.C., ot cretin Brothers Residence, St. Paul on April 14. Preceded In death bv 2 sisters, Mary ft Margaret Murphy and broth' er. Rev. John F. Murphy, C.S.S.R. Mass of Christian Burial at Holy Spirit Catholic Church (Albert at Randolph) 4:30 pm Thursday. Interment Resurrection Cemetery, 10 am Friday. Visitation 1:30-4:30 pm Thurs., at Holy spirit Church. Memorials preferred to Chris tian Brothers, St. Paul-Mpls Province. Administrator teacher at Christian Brothers Schools In Memphis. TN. IL, Duluth ft Twin Cities, Kansas City ft St. Louis. MO, and Osh- kosh, Wl. Arr: OHalloran ft Murphy,498-0796. Peterson Welcon, age 81, of Stubbs Bay, Lake Mlnnetonka. Survived by wife, Eleanor; sons, Lvle Leslie ft Lane; daughter-in- law, Sherry; grandchildren, Mark a Sarah. Funera service 11am Friday St George Church, Long Lake. Visitation Thursday 5-8pm Rettlnger Funeral Home, Long Lake. Interment St. George Cemetery. Memorials may be given to St. George Church or donors choice. Reflinger Funeral Home 473-4954 Pfrom Sylvia E., age 77, of Mpls. Survived bv grandchildren, Timothy Forsberg ft his wife, Su san, Thomas Forsberg; great- granddaughter, Kellv Jo sister. Vivian Hanson; nieces ft - nephews. Funeral services Friday 1pm Sundseth Ander son Funeral Home. Interment Crystal Lake Cemetery. Visi tation 1 hour before services only. Memorials may be di reeled to the American Heart Fund or Ihe Cancer Fund. Sundseth Anderson 2024 Lvndale Ave N 529-9291 Renstrom Raymond T.. age 49. of So. Mpls. Member of Everett McClav Post VFW 41294. Survived bv wife, Clarice; son, Michael, Mpls; daughter ft son- in-law, Cheryl ft Mark Petersen, Maple Grove; 4 grandchildren; 2 brothers, Reynold ft Eugene, Mpls. Funeral from Peterson's Noko-mis Park Chapel, 1838 E.Minnehaha Pkwy, Thursday 930 am. Mass of Christian Burial 10 am at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, 242418th Ave S. Interment Ft. Snelling. Visitation Wed., 5-8 pm with vigil prayers at 7:30 pm al the funeral chapel. Memorials preferred. Peterson-Albinson-Slohlberg 721-1651 Robeck Theodora A., of St. Michael, on Tuesday, at the age of 92 vears. Beloved wife, for 66 vears, of William M.; loving mother of William M. (Annella) Robeck Jr. of Brooklyn Park, Charlotte M. R. (Joseph) Lowery of Bloominglon, James L. (Margaret) Robeck, Roger J. (Rose Mary) Robeck ft Robert E. (Marion) Robeck, all of St. Michael, Jeanette (Gary) Chouinard of Coal Valley, IL; loving grandmother of 19 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren; fond sister of Caroline (Ralph) Moberg of Bemidli; fond sis ter-in-law of Sarah Slovik of Buffalo ft Charlotte Slovik of So. St. Paul; further survived bv a host of other relatives ft friends. Mass of Christian Burial Ham Friday Church of SI. Michael in St. Michael. Interment church cemetery. Visitation AT THE CHURCH Today from 4-8pm ft on Friday I hour prior to Mass. Peterson Chapel Buffalo Russell Ella G., age 84, of Mpls. Survived bv son Robert Wvnn ft daughter Juanita Breedlove; 5 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren, 3 great-great grand children. Funeral services 422 11am Macedonia Baptist Church. Visitation on 421 5- 8pm, Macedonia Baptist Ch. Sauter Ruble M., age 92, of Waconia. Survived bv daughter ft sons- in-law. Lldia ft Tony Wlnkel, John Glesen, both Waconia; 4 GC; 10 GGC; 4 GGGC. Services Thurs., 1:30 pm Moravian Church, Waconia. Visitation Johnson Funeral Home, Waconia (446-1339) from 5-6:30 pm Wed. and at church 1 hour prior to service. Chapel service 730 pm Wed. Interment Lakeview Cemetery, Waconia. Snustad Bertha, age 89, of New Prague. Formerly of Bemidli. Survived bv husband, Nicholas; son, James, of Mpls; daughters, Mrs Andre (Elaine) Nelson, of Lakeville, Mrs Leslie (Anne) Miller, of Richfield; sisters, Mrs Ann Oben ft Mrs Al (Sally) Kaiser, both of Bemidli; 4 grandchildren. Visitation al the Olson-Schwartz Funeral Home, Bemidli from 4-9pm Fri (family In attendance 6-9pm), ft Vt hour before service at church. Services Sat 1pm at Bethany Free Lutheran Church, Bemidli. Burial Mal-vik Cemetery, Guthrie, MN. Surola Taimee, age 82, of the Calvary Apartments, Golden Valley. Preceded in death bv sister, Dorothy Bakke. Survived by sisters, Irene Surola ft Ruth Rebrovlch, both of Los Angeles, and Marie Helkkinen of Favetlevllle, NC; brother, Arthur Slirola, of Sail Lake City; 12 nieces ft nephews; 16 grand nieces ft nephews. Memorial service Friday. April 21. 2pm at Calvary Lutheran Church, 7520 Golden Valley Rd., Golden Valley. Memorials preferred to Unity Christ Church, 4000 Golden Valley Rd., Golden Valley, MN 55422. Cremation Society Minnesota 825-2435 in 1948. After leaving Hamline in 1952 Anderson was president of American University in Washington, D.C., until his retirement 16 years later. He established the School for International Studies there and helped found the consortium of five universities in Washington. He is survived by his wife, Marian Powell Anderson; a son, Powell Robins Anderson, of Rochester, N.Y.; a daughter, Kathleen Ruth Anderson, of Takoma Park, Md.; a brother, Paul, of Philadelphia; five grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held this spring in Washington. Hospital in Buffalo, N.Y. Ketter, a civil engineer, was director of the National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research, which was established three years ago at the university under the auspices of the National Science Foundation. Dorninitchi Demeter, 57, considered a king among Gypsies, died at a hospital in Mulhouse, France, where hundreds of his followers flocked upon hearing of his illness, police and hospital officials said. Demeter was admitted last week suffering from cerebral congestion! Thomas AlovsiusJ.(AI),age91,ofSha-kopee. Survived by wife, Cecelia; 2 sons, Alvin of Chaska, Ralph of Shakopee; 5 daughters, Mrs. Verena Pieper ft Gladys Thomas, both of Shakopee, Mrs. Norman (Luella) Paul, Waconia, Mrs. Bob (Dolores) Klehr, Shakopee, Mrs. Allan (Phyllis) Maiers, Stewart; 23 grandchildren; 38 greatgrandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial Sat., 10 am, St. Mark's Catholic Church, Shakopee. Interment Catholic Cemetery. Visitation Philipp Funeral Home, Shakopee, 4-9 pm Friday. Thompson Rev. Leonard A., age 89, of 1509 10th Av S. Preceded in death by wife, Florence. Survived bv daughters ft sons-in-law, Lois ft John Geist, Eunice ft Robert Goodin, Mary ft Stuart Anderson; grandchildren, Peter ft David Geist, Deborah ft Stephen Anderson, John, Mark ft Peter Goodin; brother ft sister-in-law, Rev. Marvin ft Joyce Thompson. Private family service with interment Isanti Union Cemetery. Albin Chapel Ralph ft James Albinson Will Kleber, age 87, of So. Mpls. Resident of Edina Care Center. Survived bv wife, Thelma. Funeral service Thurs., 2 pm, Werness Brothers Chapel. Interment Lakewood Cemetery. If so desired, memorials may be given to Alzheimer's Disease ft Related Disorders. Friends mav call one hour prior to service at: Werness Brothers 3500 W. 50th SI, 927-8441 Willmore Kathrvn A., age 72, of Edina. Member St. Peter's Lutheran Church, The Woman's Club, TTT. Survived by husband, Bert; son, James A., Eden Prairie; daughters, Kathrvn Lombard!, Boston, MA, Dena G. Willmore, West Newton, MA, Margaret D. Hanich, Thavne, WY; 4 grandchildren; brothers, Robert F. Adams, Byron W. Adams. Funeral services Sat 1pm, SI. Peter's Lutheran Church, 5421 France Ave S. Interment Lakewood Cemetery. If so desired, memorials may be given to American Cancer Society. Friends mav call 5-8pm at: Werness Brothers 3500 W. 50th St, 927-8441 Wuollet Archie A., age 88, of Dassel. Survived by wife, Esther; son, Ralph of Mpls; daughter, Joyce Danlelson of Dassel; 4 grandchildren; 11 greatgrandchildren; 3 great-greatgrandchildren, service Friday 2pm Cokato Finnish Apostolic Lutheran Church. Visitation Thursday 4-9pm Johnson Funeral Home, Dassel. 13 Funeral DireclBn Washburn McReavy Funeral Chapels 377-2203 GEARTY-DELMORE ROBBINSDALE 537-4511 PARK CHAPEL St. Louis Park 926-14)5 Billman-Hunt 2701 Central Av. NE. 789-3535 ' 0.E.URS0N 2301 Central Av. NE. 789-3571 ALBIN CHAPEL 2200 Nicollet 871-1418 EVANS-N0RDBY 533-3000 424-4000 GLEASON 76th St. ft Pleasant S. 866-5038 MALONE Fremont at Lowrv 522-3622 MORRIS NILSEN 6527 Portland 849-3224 State family will receive remains of MIA today ByPatPheifer Staff Writer The remains of Master Sgt. Charles J. (Chuck) Bebus, who served as a tail gunner aboard a B-52 bomber in the Vietnam War, are expected to be returned to his family today in California. The remains were patriated by Vietnam on Dec. 1 5. Six sets of remains were positively identified; the others are still under analysis, the Defense Department said Wednesday. Bebus was 21 when he was shot down during a bombing run on Dec. 21, 1972, said his Brooklyn Park. The of control, and the pilot gave the command to bail out. Three crew members were taken pris oner. One died in captivity five days later, two others were released in 1973. The other four crew members, including Bebus, were listed as missing in action. Bebus' family has held a glimmer of hope that he was alive for more than 16 years. "There's always hope," Terry Bebus said yesterday. "It's just human nature. The impossible happens every once in a while." Bebus was born in Columbia Heights. He moved to California with his family as a child and graduated from high school in Montclair, Calif. He returned to Brooklyn Park in the late 1960s, and enlisted in the Air Force at age 20. Bebus' family learned in December that his remains might be among those returned and were told in late March that they had been positively identified. The remains of three other crew members also were among those returned by Vietnam. "There's still a lot of anger about the Vietnamese," his brother said. "Not the people, but the government, how they handled things all these years." Bebus' parents returned to California in the early 1970s. His mother, Dorothy, died in 1974; his father, Russell, died 2'2 years ago. Besides his brother Terry, he is survived by brothers Ron, of Indianapolis, Ind., and Dennis, of Champlin, and a sister, Kay Farley, of Isanti, Minn. He will be buried next to his parents in Pomona, Calif., his brother said. Stolen car used in heist recovered in Eden Prairie Police recovered the stolen car used in an elaborate armored car heist Tuesday in Eden Prairie. Three masked men armed with machine guns used a fake bomb to rob the armored car of a substantial amount of money Tuesday afternoon, police said. The robbery happened in front of the First State Bank of Eden Prairie, 11800 Singletree Lane, during a pickup by two Ram Security guards. The suspects fled the scene in a stolen car, which was found yesterday morning in the parking lot of Data-Serv, an Eden Prairie computer company. Police officers said they believe that the suspects had another getaway car waiting there. Police said the heist, which took less than one minute, might have been the work of professionals. Eden Prai rie Lt. Les Bridger said it was nearly identical to a 1986 armored car robbery in Baltimore. The suspects blocked the path of the armored truck with a stolen van, placed what appeared to be a bomb on the hood of the truck and fled in the car that was found yesterday. The bomb was a fake. Bloomington Police Department bomb squad members X-rayed the box, then blew it off the truck with water. Library Board vacancy filled The Minneapolis Library Board selected Ron Otterson Wednesday to replace Richard Rapson, who resigned Monday when he became der uty to Mayor Don Fraser. Otterson, educational administrator at the Center School, an alternative school in the Phillips neighborhood, was one of six applicants for the position. He will serve through Dec. 31 and has indicated he will run for the position in the general election Nov. 7, said Ann Higgins, president of the board. The board members serve four-year terms. Six of the eight members are elected by the public; one is appointed by the mayor and one by the City Council: Four positions will be up for election in the fall. Minnesota native among 38 sets re brother, Terry, ot aircraft went out

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