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DriCMl to ll TllwUVi MEMORIAL PARK - Skokle. 3 errors, prime location. Discount price, tves: gz-oiai, MOUNT AUBURN Cemetery, 4 tnt. 1W1 Ar will ull uunt.lg 355-7566 ' In Memoriam KAD0N Cheryl m. Koon. sunshine. 4 yrs have passed, we love and miss you deeply. Family and Friends RAFFETTO Frame A. Kaftetto August 2, ivoi in loving memory You are forever In my thoughts and heart, I love you always. Your daughter, Dolores j. Fraternal Notices UCAl 73 Services for Craftier tter h Robtson will be held at Model) Funeral Homo at 7710 S. Cass Ave.. Derlen, II. visitation will be held Thursday from 3 to 9 p.m. and Friday 3 to 9 P.m. Funeral services win be held at The Christian Church. Clarendon Hills. II. 11 a.m. interment will follow at Clarendon Hills Cemetery. Richard J. Helia, Secretary-Treasurer Death notices ALEXANDER Marcel la B. Alexander, beloved mother of William Jr., and Marcle (Albert) SNmkvs; grandmother of eight; 9 real-grandmother of six: dear family friend of John Egan. Funeral services Friday 10 a.m. from the Marquette Funeral Home, 2S33 W. 71st St. to Nativity B.V.M. Church tor Mass of christian burial at )0:X a.m. Interment St. Caslmlr Cemelcry. Vlsitalion Wednesday and Thursday 2 to 9 p.m. 476-2345. ANDERSEN Frank A. Andersen, beloved husband of Gladys; dear father of Do-- tores ( Leonard) Moore and William (Rose Carol; lovlno grandfather of Lome Arm Moore, Mark and Keith Andersen. Funeral Saturday, Au-gust 4th. 11 a.m.. at Mati Funeral Hope. 3440 N. Central Ave. Inter-menJ St. Joseph. Visitation Friday from 3 to 9 p.m. In lieu of (lowers, memorial! to your favorite charity appreciated. 545-5420. ANT Donna M Ant, suddenly, of 7250 N. Western, daughter ol the late Irene Mary "lvo5". nee irwln. and Jacob Ant "1934"; beloved sister of Elizabeth (Eric) Kruh of New York and the late John William Ant (killed on Guam W.W. ill. Vlsitalion be-aim Fttdav.4 at Bart Funeral Home. 223 N. Broadway. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a.m.. to St. Mama, ret Mary Church. Mass 10 a.m. interment St. Mary. Retired employee of Marshall Field & Co. 743-4034. BANEK Salomela Banck, nee Hycko. formerly of Westmont. beloved wife of the late John; loving mother of John C. (BetTy) ana Agnes (Arthur) MacDonatd; dear grandmother of eight; great-grandmother ol nine. Visitation, from 3 to 9 p.m. Thursday, at Hallowell & James Funeral Home, 301 75!h St.. Downers Grove. Mass ol the Resurrection 10 a.m. Friday, at Our Lady of Peace Church, Oarlen. interment Resurrection Cemetery, in lieu ot flowers, Masses preferred. 9644500. BARTUSKA See Vcma P. Oils notice. BRANCH Jearmetle C. Branch, nee Cherry, belnveo wife of the 11 e William Marshall Branch; devoted mother of Barbara (Robert) Keamev and William M. Jr. (Sandra); loving grandmother ot five. Services and interment private. Memorial contributions to the American Cancer So ciety would oe apprcciateo. .so Death notices BRODERICK Fred S. B rode rick. 96. al rest July 24, 1954. husband of the late Betty, nee Holg: dear tether ot Frederick (Margaret); grandfather of Robert, Barbara (Donald) Smith and Frederick. Memorial Services at the Skala Terrace Funeral Home, 7B12 Milwaukee Ave., Nlles, Saturday, Aug. 4, 1984, 11 a.m. Burial Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Terra Haute, IN. 966-7302. BURNS Josephine M. Burro, nee Stelmecn, of Rivtrdale, il, formerty of Harvey, beloved wife ot the tale Robert; lovlra sister of Frances Bender, Raymond Slelmach and the t&te Joupn and George Stclmach and Mary Furth; dear aunt of many nieces and nephews. Visitation at the Communltv-Opyt Funeral Home. 144th St. and Indiana Ave.. Riverdale. Thursday, 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Funeral Friday, 10:30 a.m.. to Queen of Aposlle Church. Mass 11 a.m. interment St. Benedict. S49-5500 BUTTS Charles M. Butts, Lake Geneve, Wl, beloved husband ot Mildred, nee Powell; loving father ot Unnle Louise Butts. Services 2 p.m. Frtdny, Derrick Funeral Home. 2S3 Center St., Lake Geneva, Wl. Visitation 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday. Interment local. Memorials to American Heart Assn. Info. 414-248-2031. CAPRA Sec Anthony Phillips. Sr. notice. D ALTON Frank J. Dairon, age 70 ot Elgin, died Tuesday in St. Joseph Hospital In Elflln. beloved husband of Anne Essllnger Dart on; fond father of James R. (Jean) Da It on of Lombard and Robert J. (Roslta) Daltoo of Rolling Meadows; seven grandchildren; brother of Raymond V. Dalton ol Glen Ellyn. Preceded In death by Frank and Louise Sumfteg Dalian; one daughter, Judith Anne Dollan; and brolher John. Funeral services Friday, 10 a.m. In the Messiah Lutheran Church, Elgin. Burial will be in Union Ridge Cemetery, Chicago. Visitation In the Laird Funeral Home (Route 31. Elgin) on Wednesday and Thursday from 2 p.m. to 9 P.m. In lieu of flowers memorials to the church, 741-8800. DeCARLO Anthony DeCarlo of Westchester, August 1, 1984, beloved husband ot Grace; loving father ol Rose (Leonard) Sldnskl, Carmelta (Andrew) Mcdema. Daniel (Constance), Barbara (Patrick) Lottos and the late Michael; grandfather of 13; great-grandfather of 15. Funeral 9:30 a.m. Friday, from Hursen Fu-neral Home. Roosevelt & Mannheim Roads. Hillside, to Divine Providence Church. Mass 10 a.m. interment Queen of Heaven. Visitation 3 to 9 p.m. Thursday. 547-B700. DeVITA Joseph DeVlta, beloved husband of Josephine, nee PotliU, loving father ot Philip (Janet). Joseph A. (Teddl) and Anna May (Alex) Sllva; fond oranflfather of 13; dear brother of Jennie Torchlo. Funeral Saturday. 17 P.m.. from Columbian Chapels. 6&21 west North Avenue (Alex M. Carbonara F.D.) to St. Vincent Ferrer Church. Mass 1 cm. interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Vlsliatlon Friday, 3 !o 9 P.m. 849-3010 or 379-515). DEVITT Kenneth W. Devltt. beloved husband of Joanne, nee Home: loving father of Karen (Donald) Raczon. Kevin (Marianne). Maureen (Steven) Schlak and James Devltt; proud grandfather ot Jessica; dear brother ot Rita Jean (William) Nufer of Pveblo. CO and Donald (Franclne) of Skaneatcles. NY; fond son-in-law of Marguerite Home. Funeral Frldav. 9:15 a.m., from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home. 729 s. Main St.. Lombard, to Christ the King Church. Mats 10 a.m. Interment Queen ol Heaven Cemetery, visitation Thursday J p.m. to 10 p m. in lieu of flowers, memorials to Christ the King Church Bull-ding Fund would be aporeclated. 677-1400 or Chicago 735-4247. DICKINSON Lauretta Dickinson, nee Finn. July X. beloved wife of the late R. Edward Dickinson; loving mother of Retta (John V.) Glavln; sister of the late Marv Gullbault, James K. and Ambrose P. Finn, visitation Wednesday, 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m. from Don-nellan-Fingeratd-FranMIn Funeral Home, 10045 Skokle Blvd at Old Orchard Rd to St. Francis Xavler Church. Wllmette. Mass 10 a.m. interment Holy Sepulchre. 875-1990 DINN0CENZ0 Mary Colette Dlnnocenio, nee Wynne, age 53 of Lansing, ItU beloved wife ot Louis Dinnocerao; loving mother of Robert and Joseph; dear daughter of Ray P. Wvnne; fond sister of Catherine (Stephen) Hnrskocv. Funeral service) Friday, Aug. X 1984, 9:15 a.m. from the Rosomoor Funeral Home. 17943 S. Torre nee Ave., Lansing. Ill-, to Si. Ann Church, Xio Ridoe Rd., Lansing. Mass 10 a.m. visitation Thursday. 2 to 10 o.m. Interment Assumption Ceme tery. Mary Colette was a member I 01 tne Lansing Auxiliary rosr ooo VFW. 474-J404 DUZY Margaret m. Duiy, 60. of Sun Lakes, Arlxona. died July 25th, 1984 after a brief Illness. She was bom in Sewlckicv, PAw lived In Akron Ohio, Chicago, and moved to Arizona In 1981. She was a past national president of the A.S.M.E. Aux. and was a member of the Kenllworth Infant Welfare League of Chicago. Survivors include husband. Albert F.; daughters, Adrten-ne C$111 and Jullanne Greenbank; son, A. Frank Jr.; two sisters; four brut hen; tour grandchildren. Family suggests memorial contributions to the A.S.M.E. Auxiliary Scholarship Fund, 345 E. 47th St., New York, N.Y. 100J7. FISHER Tetle Fisher, daughter of the late George and Maria Fisher; sister of Henrv O. and the late David Flsnrr. Private funeral service and Interment were held Monday July 30, 735-4342. FITZGERALD Marlorle M Fltnerald, nee Roe. beloved wife of James T. Fitzgerald; devoted mother of Kevin. TcrrciKc (Mary, Charlotlc (George) Griggs, Martin, Mary Clare (Max) Miller and Margaret (Peter) Usher; dear grandmother of seven; loving sister of Rev. Father Kevin Roe O.F.M., Meryl (James) Kellctt and the late Walter Roe. Visitation Thursday. A to 10 P.m.. Friday, 2 to 10 p.m. Funer-al Saturday, B:45 a.m. irom the Andrew J. McGann & Son Funeral Home. 10727 S. Pulaski Rd. to St. Christina Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. In ileo of flowers Masses preferred or donations to The Franciscan Missionary Union, 51st & S. LeftJn St, Chicago. II 606O9. 783-7700 FULG0SI Berlslav Ante Futgosi M.D., loving husband pf Lucrecla, nee Moral; dear cousin of Tonka. Cierkl, Zlatl ot Falls Church. VA.; dear brother-in-law of Rosario Moral Marravllla, Dr. Henry and Dr. James Moral. Funeral Saturday 10 a.m., from the Drake & Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western to Anael Guardian Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Entombment Queen of Heaven Mausoleum, visitation Frldav 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. 561-OB74 GOLDSTEIN laps. Herbert Goldstein, husband of ra Lorraine; devoted son of 1 Belle and the late Harry; loving father ol Larry (Marie), Jill, Sally (David), Harris and Susan (Edward) Manburg: loving grandfather of Joshua Goldstein; dear brother of Gerald Goldstein ot Homewood IL. Memorial services Thursday 1) a.m. at Cong. Rod-fel Zedck, 5200 Hyde Park Blvd. Member ol ttTth tm Olv.. 3471h Reoiment. in lieu of flowers memorials to The American Cancer Society would be appreciated. Info. Piscr-wclrtsteln Menorah Chapels, 56M890. Reach all of your friends with a "Card of Thanks" notice. Call 222-2222. G0TTMANN ej, oieia uonmann, wwii army 5S Nurse Corps; died July 17, ."1964 in Florida; beloved wife ot Ted; mother ot Rllla Gagllano; grandmother of Brad and Valerie Gagllano; member of Waukegan Yacht Club Women's Auxiliary. Tarpon Springs Moose Auxiliary, Augustan Hospital Alumni Association. Memorial service Friday, 7:X P.m.. Edgebrook Community Church. 8736 N. Loieta Ave., Chicago. Please omit flowers. Memorials may be made In her name to Augustan Alumni Association, 427 Dickens Ave.. Chicago, IL. 60614. GRIMM james Kocne, oeioveo nusoenu m the late Marv Nemtaha Grimm; loving father of Maryarm (John) MCManamon and James B. (Patricia); devoted grandfather of Michael, Tina, Kathy, John, Sonny, jlm. Vincent. Joe and Heather. Visitation Thursday, 4 to 9 o.m. at the Original Raoo Brothers Funeral Home. 5120 W. Fullerton Ave. AR6-78CO or NA3-5120. HEPPERLE Aoettne neppene, nee Koeiner, beloved wife ot the late Edward: dear mother of Marlorle (Earl) Conrad and Edward (Catherine) Hepperle; grandmother of eight; great-grandmother of five; sister of Alice McCann end the late Barbara Statsen. Funeral Friday. 10:30 a.m., from Zimmerman 8 Son Funeral Home, 7319 Madison St.. Forest Park to St. Bernardino Church. Mass 11 a.m. interment family lot. Visitation after 2 p.m. Thursday. 3M-2200. H0BEN Elmer W. Hoben, 85. of Chicago, formerly of Oak Park, dear brother of the late Mildred Bennett; fond uncle of Bertram Bennett, Constance Oakes, and James Bennett. No vlsliatlon. Services and Interment private. 832-4161. IMBURG1A Belly Lou imbvrgla. nee Lang, ot Bolllnobrook. beloved wife of Joseph; loving mother of Providence (Bruce) Airhead. Patrick, Dominic (Antoinette), Lorenr (David) Jagooilnski. Jo Ann and Susan; dear grandmother of lour. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.m., from Brook-Rldse Funeral Home, 131 E. Bouonfon Rd., north of 155 at Route 53, Bolllngbrook. to St. Dominic Church. Bolllngbrook. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Mount Car-met Cemetery, Hillside, in lieu of l lowers, donations to Educ Tape Recording tor the Blind. 10234 S. ttedztc. Evergreen Park. IL 60643 would be appreciated. Visitation Thursday 2 P.m. to 9 P.m. 973-1900. IMMERWAHR Dr. Paul tmmerwahr. beloved husband of the late Gertrude, nee Novak. Services Friday, 11 a.m.. at Plser Welnsteln Menorah Chapel. 5206 N. Broadway. Interment Jewish Oakrldge. In lieu ot flowers, contributions to the Sclfhelp Home, 908 W. Argyle. would be appreciated. Friends are asked to por their respects at the time of services, info. 561-4740. JARNELL Dorothy H. Jamell, nee Wamecke, beloved wife of the late Ed F. Jar-nell Sr.; loving mother of Ed Jr. (Velda). Richard Jamell, Dorothy (Paul) Cummlnos. and Bctte (Robert) Pavel 1 1; dear grandmother of 13: fond great-grandmother of seven; dear sister of Marguerite McQuold and Clara Heller. Funeral Frldav 9 a.m. from Lawn Funeral Home. 7909 State Rd.. (5500W). to St. Albert the Great Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Mary. In lieu of flowers donation to Heart Assn. appreciated. Visitation Thursday 2-10 p.m. 636-2320 JUNG Clara C. Jung, nec Conners. 88. of Addison, beloved wife of the tate Edwin; loving mother of Howard (Xathleen) and Charlotte (Donald) Tobln; dear grandmother of Dermis jung, Alan and Dawn Tobln; great-grandmother of Jeffrey. Christine and Charlene. Funeral services Friday, 9:30 a.m. from the Richer! and Meyer Funeral Home. 320 w. Lake St.. Addison to Holy GhOSl Church, wood Dale. Mass 10 a.m. interment Queen of Heaven. Vlsliatlon 2 to 9 P.m.. Thursday. 638-808. KANATAS See Pauline Nlarchos notice KAWECKI Jon tcaweckl, beloved husband ol the late Mary (nee Rtepfca); loving father ot waiter (Mary), John (Irene), Steve (Donna) and Stephanie (John) Keskai grandfather of 12,- greatgrandfather of 15. Funeral Saturday, August 4, at 9:X a.m., from Baran Funeral Home. 2644-46 n. Central, to St. Stanislaus B&M Church. Mass 10 a.m. Errtorrrbment St. Joseph Cemetery, visitation Friday 2 to 9 p.m. 622-1488. KENNEALLY Rose C. Kemeally, nee Russo. be loved wife of John J. Kenneeltvi loving mother of Jack (Susan) Ken-neallv; fondest sister of Lucy (Frank) Collins. John (Teresa) Russo. Marv (Larry) Murphy. Helen (Nick) Crascenzo and Babe Russo. and the late Leonard (Florence) Russo and Satvafore (Betty) Russo. Visitation Thursday 2 to 10 p.m. Funeral Friday, 9:15 a.m., from the Robert J. Sheehv & sons Funeral Homo, 4950 W. 79m St., to Queen of the Universe Church. Mass 10 ajn. interment St. Mary Cemetery. 837-7878. 582-4400. KING SyMe N. Kino, nee Thomas, age 46, loving mother of Steven, Lis. Alan and Russell King; dear daughter of Bemice Thomas of Arkansas; fond sister of Shelby (Kenneth) Mrmiec of Ohio and Dorothy (Thomas) Wlnkofske of Wisconsin; dear friend of Robert Nelson; fond aunt of many nieces and nephews. Memorial service Saturday, August 4th, at 3 p.m., at the Calvary United Methodist Church, 13 E. Highland Ave (comer of Summit and Highland Avenue). Villa Park. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 733. Glen Eltvn il 60137. Arrangements by Blake-Lamb Funeral Home. info. 627-1400 or Chicago 735-4342. K0E Anna Koe, nc Moudek, of Friendship Village, Scheomburg. IL.. formerly of Berwvn, beloved wife of the late Em) I; devoted fond grandmother of Bruce Gary .1 oto jon tmmBnuci (Lino m.) Koe; great-grandmother of Tracey Arm and Dtvld urtrew. Funeral Saturday, August 4th. 9 a.m., from Svec & Sons Funeral Home, .1227 w. Cermak Rd.. to St. Odllo Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Entombment family crypt, st Adalbert Cemetery. Visitation Friday 3 until 9 p.m. 484-3050 or 243.2077. K0NSTATOS See Dena Matos notice KOPEC Joseph J. Kopec beloved husband of the late Gertrude, nee Oblate; loving father of Ronald; fond grandfather of Ronald, Krlstlne and Brian: dear brother ot Stanley (Celt), Bruno, Edward (Louise) and the late Steven. Funeral Saturday. 9:15 a.m.. from Srtrfcownv Funeral Home, 4901 S. Archer Ave. (one block east of Pulaski), to St. Rita Church Mam 111 a m tnfrr. mcnt Resurrection. Visitation Thursday 5 to 9 o.m. and Frldav 2 ro r p.m. KUEHNER William F. Kuehner, beloved husband of Margaret; fond uncle of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Service Friday, August 3rd. 1 p.m.. at the Matz Funeral Home. 1UO N. Central Ave. Interment Mount Emblem, in tieu of flowers, memorials Appreciated. Visitation Thursday from 5 1o 9 p.m. 545-5420. LA PIANA Carmen La Plana, beloved husband of Mary, nee Urso; loving father of Mary Ann (James) Svchla; dear grandfather of Jim Cart Svehla; fond brother ol Anthony (the late Jennie). Tneresa (Charles) Siackwell, Millie (James) Venotna. Andrew (Anne). VI nee (Barbara). Josephine (Borghese). Joev (Rose) and Rose (Angek Castalllno and the late Mary Favla. Funeral Friday 9 am from The Montclalr Funeral Home, 6901 West Belmont Avenue to Visitation Church, 779 South York Road. Elmhurst. Mass 10 am. Visitation Wednesday 6 pm to 9:30 pm, Thursday .5 pm to 9:30 pm. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. 622-9300 Nw Yorit T;mos Nows Sorvco PHILIP VAN DOREN STERN, a historian, novelist and editor widely respected by scholars for his authoritative books on the Civil War era, has died of a heart attack in Sarasota, Fla. He was 83. Mr. Stern, who died Tuesday, had lived in retirement in Florida for the last eight years after having spent most of his life in Brooklyn and Manhattan. He was the author of 40 books, and his historical titles included "The Life and Writings of Abraham Lincoln," "Kobert ELee: The Man and the Soldier," "The Confederate Navy: A Pictorial History," "The Annotated Uncle Tom's Cabin," "They Were There: The Civil War in Action as Seen by Its Combat Artists," "Secret Missions of the Civil War" and "An End to Valor: The Last Days of the Civil War." Lewis Gannett in the New York Herald Tribune called Mr. Stern's major Civil War novel, "The Drums of Morning," published in 1942, "the long overdue fictional answer to 'Gone With the Wind.' " The story centered on the efforts of aboli Bishop From Cncago TriDune wnos WARSAW Bishop Lech Kaczmarek, 75, who supported striking shipyard workers during the 1980 labor revolt that gave birth to the Solidarity union, has died in Gdansk. - Bishop Kaczmarek suffered a heart attack Friday and died Tuesday in the Medical Academy Hospital in Gdansk, according to a spokesman at the residence of Rev. Henryk Jankowski, a Gdansk priest and close adviser to Solidarity leader Lech Walesa. He had been bishop in the Baltic port 25 years. His death was reported Tuesday night by the official Polish news E.F. Vos, MASS FOR Edmund F. Vos, 83. a former Antioch village official, banker and lumber company owner, will be said at 10 a.m. Friday in St. Peter Catholic Church, 557 Lake St., Antioch. Mr. Vos, an Antioch resident since 1921, died Tuesday in Victory Memorial Hospital, Waukegan. He operated the Antioch Lumber & Coal Co. from 1935 to 1972, and the Lake Villa Lumber & Coal Co. in Lake Villa for 30 years. Mr. Vos was an Antioch Village LEO Hanslna v. Leo, dearly beloved wife of the late George; fond brother of Agne Hans ton of Sweden. Funeral services Friday, 10:X a.m. at the Belmont Funeral Home. 7120 W. Belmont Ave. Interment Mount Olive Cemetery. Visitation Thursday, 3 to 9:30 p.m. Info. 386- MACAGNONE Frank Macao none, oewvea nusoana of Genevieve, nee Olek; loving father of Adrlerme (Scott) Camp-ball; dear brother ot Mary Emerson; fond uncle ot many nieces and nephews. Funeral Friday 9:30 a.m. from Columbian Chapels. Capoetta-OiCanio Funeral Directors, 6621 w. Norm Ave.. Oak Park to St. Williams Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemoterv. visitation Thursday 2-9 p.m. 648-3010, 379-5151 MAGUIRE , Arthur 5. Maguire, ociovca nusoana of Joan, nee Forrestal; fond father of Fran (Richard) Perry and Michael; grandfather of two; brother of the late Gladys and Robert. Funeral Saturday, 8:45 a.m., from Egan Funeral Home, 3700 W. 63rd St., to the Church of St. Mary Star of the Sea. Interment Holy Sepulchre. Please omit flowers. Visitation 1 to 9 p.m. Frldav. LU2-2000. MAHER Mary V. Metier, nee wnson, or Hillside and Florida, beloved wile of Rav; dear stepmother of Ramon F. and James Wi fond sister of Sr. Mary Carmellta O.S.M.. Francis B. Wilson, the late violet Matter, Philip and Walter Wilson: loving aunt of many. Resting at Hcnncsiv-Bruno Funeral Home, 5903 Burr Oak Ave., Berkeley. Wednesday, from 6 P.m. Funeral Friday. 9:30 a.m.. to SI. Domitllla Church. Interment Mount Carmel. 544-0100. MAJERC1K Matthew Maiercik. loving nusoano of Anna, ne Konecnlk; beloved father of Ann (Charles) Brown and Olga (Harold) Haoen: dear grandfather of four; fond great-grandiathei ol ctghi. RcsMno al Forest Glen Chapels, 5365 N. El-ston Ave. Thursday from 3 P.m. to 9 R.m. Lvlno In state Trinity Slovak Lutheran Church Frldav from 9 a.m. until time of service at 10 a.m. interment Bohemian National. 777-2552. MARTI NO See Anna Moser Notice. MARX Rose A. Marx, nec iwuim. Skokle, beloved wile of the late Peter J.; dear mother of Donald (Ruth); grandmother of Jeffrey Marx and Jeanette Ingram: great-grandmother of tour; sister of the ute Rev. Raymond M Joseph and William DcMuth. Funeral Saturday, 10:15 a.m., from Haben Funeral Home. 8057 Nlles Center Rd., Peter Church. Interment All Saints to 9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, Masses, preterm. MASARACCHIA Concetta M. Masaracchla, nee VI-tale. beloved wife of Paul; loving mother of Sandra Lee (Joseph) vttclto and Karen Jean (Bruce) Such; grandmother of two: fond sister of Josephine (Benlamin) Ac-cardl and the late Mary Carava. Funeral Friday. 9 a.m. from the Momctalr Funeral Home. 6901 w. Belmont Ave. to St. Eugene's Church. Mass 10 a.m. visitation Wednesday, 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Thursday, 4 p.m. to 9:30 P.m. Please omit flowers. Interment All Saints Cemetery. 623-9300. MATOS Dena Matos. nee Gerollmatos, dear mother of Gus Konstatos. Katherlne (Richard) Ross and the late Jerry (Maria) Konstatos; loving grandmother of Michael. Din, Dlno. Jerry Konstatos and Richard and Robin Ross. Resting at Salerno's Galewood Chapel, 1857 N. Harlem Ave., Thursday from Noon to 10 p.m. Funeral Friday 10:45 a.m. to Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. Services 11:30 a.m. interment Elmwood Cemetery. 889-1700. Lech Kaczmarek ex-Antioch official McGRATH Donald L. MCGrsrn, r., oewveo husband of Catherine (Kay), nee Nuel; loving father of Olan (Fred) Hoffmann. Donald (. Jr. (Kathrvn). William (Carol), Kathleen (Russll) Rioertoi lovino grandfather of Charles, Richard, Nancy, Donald, ill, Christine. Kevin, Laura. Trtcu, William, Jr., Jamie. Glna and RussalL H'j door brother of William McGrath and Loretta Phillips; fond uncle of. many nieces and nephews. Past President and voted Man of Year, 1984 of the Chicago Tile Contractors Assn., Member of the BPOE and Our Lady of Fatima. K of C Council. Funeral Friday, 10 a.m. from LvnctfEvans Funeral Home. 9837 S. Kedlte Ave. to St. Ber-nadette Church. Mass 10:X a.m. interment St. Mary Cemetery. In lieu ot flowers contributions to the fhieaoa Lum Assn.. Memorial De partment. 1440 W. Washington Blvd., Chicago. IL would be appro-1 i-tjttMt vititatlnn Wsdnesday. 6 to 9:X P.m. and Thursday. 3 to 9:30 p.m. 422-2000. Mclaughlin Catherine "Kale" McLaughlin, loved daughter of Patrick and the late Marv, nee CNeilt; lovino sister ot the tale Anne, Sarah, Peter,. Thomas and Patrick; dearest aunt ot Patrick McLaughlin, Marv O'Connor. Catherine McNamee, Peggy Besom, Thomas McLaughlin of England, Peter McLaughlin of Ireland, the Utt Anna Marie Gavin. Thomas McLaughlin and Mary Ellen Lyons, Funeral Saturday, 9 a.m.. from Gibbons Funeral Home, 5917 W. Irving Park, to St. Genevieve Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. interment Queen of Heaven. Visitation Thursday and Friday from 2 to 10 p.m. Native of Rooonaun, Llscamev. West port, Co. Mayo, Ireland. 777-3944. MEYER Charlotte A. Meyer, nee Trenn, beloved wile of the late Arthur F.. retired police urgent; fond mother 01 una jean ii-ranxj mmi ana Allan E. (Jacqueline) Meyer; grandmother of seven; great-grandmother of five; dear sister of Loma Mead. Funeral services Frldav 11 a.m. al Gibbons Funeral Home, 134 S. York, Elmhurst. interment Elm Lawn, visitation Thwrsdav 5 to 9 P.m. &H-0Q18. MLAD0NICKY See Anna Moser notice. MOSER Anna Moser. nee Skokan. beloved wife ol the late Oxtrar Mmir nri John Me Leughiln; loving mother invito imitnaeu iwanino and Irene Mtadonlcky: devoted orand- muiwr 01 rcreT. Aucnaei ana Dan-lei Martlno, Dorma Flno, John, Robert, Joanne and James Mla-donlckv; dear great-grandmother of 17; great-great-grandmother of two. Funeral Friday 9 a.m. from Colum- imti itwpcis, omi w. rvonn Ave., Oak Park, Peter Martlno Sons, Directors, to St. Giles Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment Mount Emblem. Visitation Thursday 2-9 p.m. 848-3010 or 379-5151 MUSSAT0 Dlno Mussato. aae 77. husband of Lolllc "Lola", nee Boruckl; father of Raymond (Donna) ot San Rafael. CA; grand lather of Michael USN and Mark; brother of Rose Markmenn. Ann Burble, and the late Henry. Geno and Steve. Al Psnozio Bros. Funeral Home. 300 t. lisin street after 5 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral Friday. 9 a.m. to St. Anthony Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. interment Holy Sepulchre. PUS-2030. NELSON Anna Nelson, beloved wife of the late Robert Nelson; dear mother of Robert (Sharon), William (Jultean-ne). Donald (Elizabeth) and James (Marv); fond sister of Salty and Alvlna; grandmother of six. visitation Thursday 3-9 p.m. at Wllliams-Kampp Funeral Home, 430 E. Roosevelt Rd., Wheaton. Funeral Frldav 10 a.m. to St. Luke Church, Carol Stream. Mass 10:30 a.m. In terment at. josepn. oaa-ouio Reach all of your friends with 8 "Card of Thanks" notice. Call 222-2222. tionists in New England and Illinois to end slavery, and it included war scenes ranging from Ft. Sumter to Andersonville Prison. IN 1943, Mr. Stern wrote a 4,000-word Christmas message to his friends. It was published the next year as a fantasy called "The Greatest Gift," about a man who was brought to a realization of the Joy of living after he had expressed a wish that he had never been born. In 1946, the fantasy became the basis for the Frank Capra movie, "It's a Wonderful Life." with James Stewart, Donna Heed and Lionel Barrymore. Mr. Stern was born in Wyalusing, Pa., grew up in New Jersey and graduated from Rutgers University. During his career as an editor, he worked for Pocket Books, Simon & Schuster and Alfred A. Knopf. In World War II, he was general manager of Armed Services Editions, which made books available to servicemen. He is survived by a daughter, Marguerite Robinson of Cambridge, Mass.; two sisters; and three granddaughters. agency PAP and by Roman Catho-. lie Church officials. A spokesman at the residence of Jozef Cardinal Glemp said the Polish primate had been told of Bishop Kaczmarek's death and planned to take part in his funeral Saturday. THE BISHOP presided over the baptism of Walesa's daughter, Maria Victoria, at a Gdansk church in 1982 while Walesa was interned after imposition of martial law in December. 1981. Church sources said he was one of a group of clerics whom the communist authorities asked the Polish episcopate to silence. Board member for 15 years, chairman of the board and a director of the First National Bank of Antioch for 35 years, former trustee of St. Peter Church, a member of the advisory board of Benedictine Convent in Benet Lake, Wis., and a charter member and first president of the' Antioch Lions Club when it was founded 48 years ago. Survivors include his wife, Louise; a daughter, Luisa Andrea; two grandchildren; and two sisters, Mane Szydlowski and Elizabeth 01-denberg. TJI5RCH&5 Pauline Niarcnos, nee oumat. 01 Patos HIlli, iiw beloved wife of the tare Demosthenes; dear mother of George (Paulino). Harry (The Hit Georgia). Desplna (Nick) Kanatas. Nick (Matin) and Eugenie (Alex) Pevlopoulos; lovlntf grandmother of ' 11; proud great-grandmother of seven; cherished iWer of Gtvfcetla (the tale Dlonvsios) Bratlotla; alio survived and loved by mam nieces nephews and cousins In Greece and U.S.A. Funeral Friday. 10: a.m. from Becvar Funeral Director. 11201 S. Harlem Avenue, Worth. M, to SS Constantlne & Helen Greek Orthodox Church, 11025 S. Roberts Road, Palos Hills, H. Services 11 a.m. interment Evergreen Ceme 1 fery. Visitation Wednesday from 6 p.m. until ID P.m. and Thursday, from 4 P.m. until 10 P.m. 361-0500 NICHOLS see Pauline Niarcnos notice N0WAK Sister Mary Leonla Nowak SSJ, TOSF, aae 84. of Immaculaia Convent, 801 W. Bartlett Road, Bartlett, Illinois. August 1. 1964. Founding Principal ot St. Mary of Perpetual Help High School. Chicago, Moderator of Ladles Auxiliary, and had served hr community as Provincial and General Secretary. Dear sister of Rose Zulke, Ed, waiter and Floyd. Funeral Mass Friday 10 a.m.. In Sacred Heart Chapel In the convent. Interment Resurrection Cemetery, Justice, Illinois. Visitation in the convent on Thursday from 2:30 to 9 p.m. ODoimeU Michael J. CVDomwll. beloved husband ot the late Katie (nee Ma looey); loving father of Sr. Kathleen O.P. (Slnslnewa, Wl), . Rosemary (Robert) Pattulk) (Arlington, VA). Joseph (Glnnv) (Hoffman Estates). Rev. Francis P., S.J. (Loyola); ona grandfather Of eight; great-grandfather of two; devoted brother of Mary Flnnegan, Nora Phllbln, Sally Phllbln, Catherine MuKrone. Dick and the 4ate Jim, Jack and Brfdgle. Resting at the Coonev Funeral Home, 3552 , N. Southport Ave., 3 to 9 P.m. Thursday. Funeral Friday, 9:15 a.m.. to St. Benedict Church. Mass at 10 a.m. Interment All Saints. Retired member ot C.F.D. and Board ot Local improvements. Native of Shanhntlvhue, Newport. County Mayo. Ireland. In lieu ol flowers, charitable contributions. In Ms memory, to Slnslnewa Dominican Offke of Development. Sin-sinew. Wl 53834 would be appreciated. 473.5650. OUS Verna P. Oils, nee Zllvltis, July aoth. lovino wit of the late Antho ny A. Oils. President Metropolitan Sanitary District; dear mother of Jeanne (Robert) Bartirska; fond grandmother of William (Margene). Richard (Susan) Bortuska and Carol (Anthony) Falco; great-orandmother ot Ronald, Barbara and Re?d; sister of Josephine IF oaudas. Life member Chicago Lithuanian women's Club and Past Treasurer National Republican Women's Club. Funeral services Friday, 9 a.m., from the Marquette Funeral Home. 3533 W. 71st St. Mass of Christian Burial. 9:30 a.m., at Nativity BVM Church. Interment St. Caslmlr Lithuanian Cemetery. Visitation Wednesday and Thursday 3 to 9 p.m. 476-2345. CFTD Frank S. Opyd, retired, partner of the Anchor Bowling Lanes in Blue island tor over 35 years, loving husband of Anoellne. nee Pertinskl; dearest father of Ronald (Felicia) Opyd, Alice (Herbert) upper and Thomas (Joan) Opvd; dear grandfather of nine: fond brother of John, Waller, Martin, Leo and Edward Oovd. Funeral service Friday, August 3. 1984 9:15 a.m. at the Lukas Funeral Home, 1333 w. 127th St.. Calumet Park to St. Isidore Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Member of the St. Isidore Holy Name Society and the Polish National Alliance. Visitation Wednesday 6 to 9 p.m. and Thursday 3 to 9 P.m. For Into. 388-1800. PARADIES LeRov J. Paradies. of Glenvlew, July 31. husband of Evelyn, nee Gollnlck; father of Brian (Nancy) and Wayne; grandfather of Michelle and Kevin; brother ot Cotlnne Wlese. Memorial Mass 10 a.m.. Friday, at Our Lady ol Perpetual Help Church, Grove and Church Streets. Glenvlew. Interment private, in lieu ot flowers, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. Arrangementi by N.H. Scon & Hfboiethwalfe. 998-1030 or 864-0130

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