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i e ' ' , V t 1 Section 2 ' Chicago Tribune, Tuesday, January 16, 1973 Senate unit to eye news freedoms WASHINGTON, Jan.1 15 AP A Senate subcommittee plans to beein hearines Feh -t 20 on various measures to pro- tect newsmen from being compelled to disclose confidential new? sources and information. Sen. Sam. J. Ervin Jr. D., N. C.j, in announcing the plans today, referred to the ., legislation as "a means of pro--tecting the people's right to be s lntormea. ' Ervin is chairman of the - Senate Judiciary subcommit tee on constitutional rights. In the House, Rep. Robert W. i Kastenmeier D Wis., chair' man of a Judiciary subcom- ' mittee. has announced that his group also plans hearings early this year on bills on newsmen's privilege. LAST JUNE THE Supreme Court held that the First Amendment guarantee of a free press did not give a reporter the right to refuse to testify before a grand jury about information given to him in confidence. Sponsors of various Senate measures on the matter say that if newsmen are forced to i reveal their sources under j threat of being jailed, news sources will tend to dry up. ! "Whatever short-term bene--Ufits may flow from government's reliance upon newsmen for evidence in governmental proceedings, the long-term threat to the public's right to -. be informed about the controversial as well as the routine too great a risk to take in a " free society," Ervin said in a 1 statement. " IN A RELATED development, a Washington-based , , group called the Reporters " Committee for Freedom of the Press, announced that it has ' asked an appeals court to reverse a federal contempt of court conviction of two Baton Rouge, La., reporters. Hector Suyker dies; ex-head ; of Fair Store .Hector Suyker, 83, of 350 Elder Ln., Winnetka, retired president ; of the former The Fair Store at State and Madison Streets and one-time president of the State Street Council, died yesterday in his home. Mr. Suyker, who began his retailing career as a certified public accountant, was The Fair Store president from 1945 until 1957. He was council president in 1947. Survivors include his two daughters, Dorothy and Betty, and a brother. Services will be held at 11 a. m. Thursday in the chapel at 1100 Greenleaf Av., Wilm-ette. Deaths elsewhero Eleanor Hankins Hank Fort, 59, a songwriter, one of whose most recent compositions, "Look with Pride on Our Flag," was dedicated to President Nixon and will be featured at his inaugural celebration; in Washington. Walter Nlerstheimer, 85, warden of the Menard penitentiary from 1944 to 1949 and assistant warden at Stateville prison from 1932 to 1935; sheriff of McLean County from 1926 - to 1930 and again from 1933 to 1942; in Sullivan, 111. Obituaries Dr. Charles J. Reil Dr. Charles J. Reil, 78, an optometrist, died yesterday in Northwest Community Hospita! in Arlington Heights. Dr. Reil, of 420 S. Prindle Av., Arlington Heights, directed the Loop branch office of Dr. Louis Klien at Jackson Boulevard and Wabash Avenue, for 50 years. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Lorraine Snow and Mrs Arlene Raby; five grandchil dren seven great-grandchildren and a brother. Mass will be said at 9:30 a. m. tomorrow in St. Celestine Roman Catholic Church at 3001 N. 76th Ct. in Elmwood Park. Frank Albach Mass for Frank Albach, 78, of 3700 W. 63d St., former car penter and father in law of Thomas J. Nayder, member of the Board of Education and president of Chicago Building Trades Council, will be said at 9:45 a. m. tomorrow in St. Adrian Roman Catholic Church, 7000 S. Washtenaw Av. Mr. Albach died Sunday in Holy Cross Hospital. He is sur vived by a daugher, Mrs. Mar- T 1 P' 1 1 '1 yann uayaer; live granacnu-dren; and two great-grandchil dren. Sgt. John A. Malacznik Services for Army Sgt. John A. Malacznik, 23, a decorated Viet Nam War veteran who served with the 101st Airborne Division, will be held at 10 a. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 7120 W. Belmont Av. Sgt. Malacznik, who was stationed at Fort Campbell, Ky., died Saturday when his car hit a stalled train near the base. Survivors include his parents, William and Lucy Malacznik of 2474 N. 76th Ct., Elmwood Park; a sister, Mrs. Linda Lennox; and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Plumb of Chicago. Mrs. Margaret Long Mass for Mrs. Margaret Long, 74, of 1939 W. Burr Oak Rd., Glen Ellyn, will be said at 11 a. m. tomorrow in St. Luke's Catholic Church, Lake and Lathrop Streets, iuver 'orest. Mrs. Long, who died Sunday in her home, taught the Chicago Public Schools until her retirement in 1942. She is survived by five sons, Phillip, John, Robert, William and David; two daughters, Mrs. Virginia Hagerty and Mrs. Mary Jo Ryan; 16 grandchildren; a brother; and a sister. John A. Riddiford f John A. Riddiford, 65, a roof ing contractor, died yesterday in Oak Park Hospital. Mr. Rid diford, of 1008 Washington Blvd., Oak Park, survived by his widow, Mary; two sons, John A. Jr., and Robert; a daughter, Mrs. Ellen Ranshaw; six grandchildren; and a brother. Services will be held, at 1 m. tomorrow in the chapel at 203 S. Marios St., Oak Park. Richard C. Beidel Private services will be held for Richard C. Beidel, 69, of 9014 S. Claremont Av., a former cellist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. He died Sunday in Christ Community Hospital, Oak Lawn. Mr. Bei del had been a professional musician since age 17 and was a member of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for 33 years until he retired in 1961. Survivors include a son, Richard F., and a sister, Lydia Beidel. Mrs. Ida Ostrof Mrs. Ida Ostrof, 82, of 4645 N. Sheridan Rd., died yesterday in Columbus Hospital. She is survived by a son, Dan; a daughter, Blanche; and -three grandchildren. Services will be held at noon today in the chapel at 111 Skokie Blvd., Wilmette. Living faith : By Harold Blake Walker WE OFTEN DO NOT understand how God works be- hind the curtain of our knowing. In a very real sense, faith is what you go on when you don't know. You go on in faith until ! some understanding dawns. As Augustine put it, "Seek not to ; understand that you may believe, but believe in ' order to ' understand." Does the atomic scientist believe in the possibil- ity and utility of atomic energy because he understands it clearly, or does his belief in the little he knows stir him to work for fuller knowledge? ;: After a long struggle with his belief ln God, Job finally " acknowledged the power of God that he could not understand. 2 Lo, these art but tht fringes of Hit ways: 2, And how small a whisper do wt hear of Him! But the thunder of Hit power who can understand? Z AUL DID NOT CEASE to believe because he saw "through a glass darkly." But he moved from belief to fuller understanding. He was charged with energy, driven to preach the gospel in season and out of season. What is more, as the years went by and his commitment to Jesus Christ deepened ,', ie moved toward greater understanding. When we believe enough ln Jesus Christ to risk the com- mitmcnt of our lives to Him and to the values Implicit in His Z name we begin to discover "joy and peace in believing" and 7 by the power of the Holy Spirit we do "abound in hope." We - understand at least a little of the love and grace of God that make us adequate for life. " Surprise ut with both joy and understanding when wt ' risk commitment and oeffon in obedience lo our faith in Thee, our Father nil our Cod. Amen. Mrs. Margaret C. Kraft Mrs. Margaret C. Kraft, 74, former Park Ridge resident, died yesterday in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., where she resided. She was the widow of Joseph N. Kraft, manager of the office of Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. at Lawrence and Milwaukee Avenue. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Stellman and Mrs. James S. Loughman; 19 grandchildren, one great-grandchild, a brother, and a sister. Mass will be said at 11:30 a. m. Thursday in St. Mary of the Woods Roman Catholic Church, 7000 N. Moselle Av. Samuel Weingarten ' Services for Samuel Weingarten, 67, of 1460 N. Sandburg Ter., retired professor of English and Humanities at Wright Junior College, will be held at 11 a. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 5206 N. Broad way. Mr. Weingarten, who died Sunday in his home, also taught at the Chicago Circle Campus of the University of Illinois; Northwestern Universi ty, and the Central YMCA College. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Fanny Kreisberg. Harry Michaels Harry Michaels, 73, of North Miami Beach, Fla., formerly of Chicago, died yesterday. Until his retirement in 1966, Mr. Michaels operated Michaels Infant and Children's Wear Store, 3446 S. Halsted St. He is survived by his widow, Ann; a son, Jack; a daughter, Mrs. Iris B. Klowdan; a broth er; ; and five grandchildren. Services will be held at 11 a. m. today in the chapel at 6130 N. California Av. Mrs. Anna M. Williams Services for Mrs. Anna M, Williams, 89, of Santa Barbara, Cal., formerly of Evans-ton, will be held at 10 a. m. tomorrow in the chapel at 1567 Maple Av., Evanston. Mrs. Williams, who died Jan. 11 in a Santa Barbara hospital, was the widow of William M., who retired in 1952 as chairman of the board of Williams & Williams, a metal products firm. Survivors include a son, Ralph E., and two grandchildren. KarlSymons Services for Karl Symons, 82, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., will be held there today.' Mr. Symons, who died Sunday, re tired 12 years ago as president of Agar Food Products Co., 700 W. 41st St. He is survived by his widow, Jesse;, two daughters, Mrs. Betty Schulz and Mrs. Helen Paige; six grandchildren; and two great grandchildren. Mrs. Andrew Morgenlhaler Services for Mrs. Irene Mor- genthaler, 69, of Venice, Fla., a retired machine operator for Ovaltine Food Products, will be held tomorrow in Venice. Mrs. Morganthaler, formerly of Lombard and Chicago, died Sunday in her retirement home. Survivors include her husband, Andrew J.; a son, Lawrence .; a brother; and two sisters. David Halper, ex-Chez Paree owner, dies Services will be held today in Las Vegas, Nev., for David Halper, 68, casino executive and former owner of the old Chez Paree night club here. Mr. Halper died Sunday in Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital. He and two associates bought the Chez Paree in 1949. He had been a casino executive at the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas for 12 years. He was a close friend of such show business performers as Bob Hope, Jimmy Durante, and Joe E. Lewis. Mr. Halper headed a group of Las Vegas businessmen who built the Ice Palace there and brought professional ice hockey to that city. He is survived by his widow, Louise; a daughter, Deborah; a brother; and a sister. Florists " ,,L3- -ev 344-0770 H Open Sunday, , Death notices In Memoriam Granata Anna Granata, Jan. 1(. 1951 In fond memory of our dear mother, grandmother and treat-grandmother. YOUR LOVING SONS. DAUGHTERS, vKANUCnlLDKEN ANU GREAT' GRANDCHILDREN. Iacullo ,. Rocco W. Iacullo, Jan. 14. 1970 Dear heart, you are with us each day In every way. lovino wife IRENE and DAUGHTER JOANNE. Levetto . Aido J. Levetto, on your 57th birthday. Loved and remembered. YOUR LOVING SISTER. Mazola . Archie Yackey Mazola, January 16, 1972 wa lunsuay ar dr. uregory inurcn in cherished memory of my beloved Yackey. Wir-t, MILKCT Palmier! . Dear Dee, you are missed the same as on that cold day, when without even adieu you drifted awav. How wa mUt our love critic with his ever ready wit and the aroma of your cigar lingers with us yet.: Your words and phrases we repeat with love often. Tho the passed year, our love did not soften. So rest in peace oear, with never a pain. Till to that deep sleep we continue again. Your loving wife Emma, great granddaughter, our girls, families and nun- areas ot i-rienas. Schroeck Charles P. Schroeck. Jan. li. 1961 There is a link death cannot sever, Love ana remembrance last forever. YOUR LOVING WIFE AND V , DAUGHTER Silverstein Meyer Silverstein In loving memory of my late husband. Passed away 2. yrs. Jan. 19. Your wife, Angela. Fraternal Notices SHEET METAL WORKERS UNION, LO CAL no. 73 Brother George Prester. at rest at Smith & Sons Funeral Home, 245 W. Madison, Oak Park. Visitation Jan. 15 after 5 p. m. and Jan. 16 from 2 to 4 p. m. Funeral Jan. 17 from United Church of Christ, -11 a. m. Interment (.napei hiii Gardens west. wm. j. RODNEY, secy.-Treas. Funeral Directors JOHN CARROLL SONS "HOME FOR FUNERALS" E. Erlt WHItehall 4-6060 Cemeteries CEMETERY and MAUSOLEUM s CREMATORIUM COLUMBARIWM PERPElUAl CHARTER FOR MEMBFRS OF ALL f-AI'HS f TOO CROSS POINT ROAD SKOKII, ILLINOIS II3-I0IO-SUII I44-504I-S06 SACRIFICE CHOICE CRYPTS In Meditation sect.. Oat Hill Cemetery, 119th and Kedzle. Cost SUM. Seer, for 11150. Call 312-754-1389. 1 Choke spaces In belter section of For-gst Home Cemetery In Forest Pk. i a Piece but will sell both for S550. Call 43-29S. . 2 SPACES In Memory Gardens, Meditation Section, Arlington Hgls. $650. (34-4404 aft. 5. . ACACIA PARK Magnolia section. 1 graves tOQ- 272-5132 ARLINGTON CEM.-t grave lots, tiling all., 386-0H94 WE$TLAWN--4 cholre graves, Gardenia t.t,2SeecK or offer.922-3914 days. 40AVES. Westlawn.'Sectlon E,l8o6? SUHIl hnmt, 222 3904 wk. Announcements ELMINATK Sufferlna. Cantrthirte tg CANtfc Pewetch. Glvt MFW',AL or BEQUEST. TAX DFDUCTIBLE. The Cancer Research Foundation t. J"v" n 427 IS55 SHEET METAL WORKERS UNION LOCAL NO. 73 Brother Stephen Stwora, at rest at Llddy Brothers, 4920 W. Irving Park, Visitation Jan. 15, from I to 10 p. m. Funeral Jan. 1, from Our Lady of Victory, 10 a. m. Interment Maryhlll Cem- cicir. wnn. j. nuuncT, aec-ireas. CHICAGO LOCAL, NO. 245, 4. A. I. U ynnu aemincK passeo away Jan. 15. Visitation Wednesday, Jan. 17, after 4 P. m. at Senne Funeral Home, 2d Avenue and Lake Street, Mavwood, III. Sen-Ices Thursday, Jan. 18, 1 p. m. ANDREW WILSON CHAPTER NO. iU 0. E. S Sister Bertha Stevens, Eastern Star Services, Tuesday, p. m. at Krue-ger Funeral Home, - 13050 Greenwood Avenue, Blue Island, III. NANLY PIERCE, W.' M. BOHEMIA CHAPTER NO. 7(3, 0. E. S. services tor sister Anna Wlsniewskl, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., at chapel, o507 W. Cermak Rd. MARION FRIEOL, W. M. Death notices Alffach Frank H. Albach, beloved husband of the late Alice, nee Wolf; fond father of Maryann (Thomas) Nayder; grandfather of Mary Alice Jamesl Sobczak, Thomas Barbara Sowa, Leah Ann, James and Loretta; great-grandfather of James and Joseph Sobczak. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. m. from Egan Funeral Home, 3700 W. 3rd St. to the church of St. Adrian. Interment St. Mary. Member of Stanley F. Sullivan, A. L. Post No. 746 and Carpenter's Local No. 242, Visitation after 6 p. m. Monday. LU 2-2000. Allegrettl Ann Allegreftl, 'neg Abboreng of 1101 I- ,Ru"l .Ave-' Pho"'' Aril., wife of Emll; sister of Josephine Barbarla, Mar-garet Grana and Philip Abboreno. Fu- PhilnirV SU Andruk Charles W. Andruk, loving son of Mary, nee Bobek, and Joseph Sr.; fond brother of Maryann CarmenJ Verclllo, Joseph W-, J.,JSusan)' a''"'" Robert Nela, Albert, Bruno, Lillian Paul Hubert, Ellaloulse, Robert and the late Anthonyi dear unci of nine; also survived by aunts, uncles and cousins. Funeral services Thursday, 9 t. m., from Kozera Funeral Home, 1718 W, 49th St., to St. Basil Church. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation after 2 P. m. Tuesday. 927-3388. Baker Esther Baker, beloved wift of the late Joseph; loving mother of Herbert Elaine, Lorraine Martin Ben and Kenneth Beverly of Glenvlew; eight grandchildren; 1 great grandchild; fond sister of Charles Friedman, Joseph Friedman and Dorothy Glasser, both of San Francisco, and the lata Lena Hoosin, Edward, Louis, Sam and Isadora. Services Tuesday, II a. m., at Weinstein Bros. Chapel, 1300 W. Devon Ave. Interment Memorial Park, Skokie. In lieu of flowers, donations to I. M. Friedman Memorial Library, Ida Crown Day School. Visitation at time of service only. For Into. RO 1-2400. Baker Harry W. Baker Jr. of 270 W. St. Charles Rd., Elmhurst, III., beloved husband of Amelia, nee Mauler; dear father of Harry W. Ill and Holly Rs Baker; fond brother of Florence Ehardt. At the Pedersen-Rvberg Mortuary, 435 N. York St., Elmhurst, where services will be held Tuesday 11 a. m. Interment Mount Emblem. Info. 134-1133. Baker Jack F. Baker, of Glenvlew, Jan. 14, husband of Georgia; father of Pamela and John. Services Wednesday, 3 p. m., at Wm. H. Scott Funeral Home, 110044 Waukegan Rd., Glenvlew. Interment Memorial Park. Memorials may be made to Chicago Heart Fund. Visitation Tuesday, 4 p. m.-9 p. m. PA 4-0083. Bardenhagen Adolf Bardenhagen, beloved husband of Margaret Palm Bardenhagen; dear father of Myra Bill Freudenberg; grandfather of Cheryl and Billy; step-father of De-lorls Allen and Virginia Kelly. Member of the Weltkrieger Vereln and Rhelnscher Verein. Service Thursday, Jan. 18, 1 p. m., at Matt Funeral Home, 3440 N. Central Av. Interment Ridge wood, Barrett Diane P. Barrett, suddenly, age 27, beloved wife of Michael; loving mother of Temara; dearest daughter of Ann and the late Edward Kemlnskli daughter In law of Peggy and the late Maurice Barrett; fond sister of Linda William Sandell; sister In law of James Beatrice Barrett. Funeral Wednesday, a. m., from Ridge Funeral Home, 620-28 W. Archer Av., corner of Natoma, 1 St. Daniel the Prophet Church. Interment St. Caslmlr Cemetery. 54-7y00. Barrett John T. Barrett, beloved husband of Kathleen, nee Joyce; dear father of Catherine Ann, John Mary Ann, Edward Sheila, Thomas (Rita and Michael; grandfather of five; brother of r-tl.A.tnA lfhn. Anna McKeon of Chicago, Patrick and Thomas In Ireland, the late Peter and Gertrur Hoban. Funeral Wednesday, Jan. 17, 10 a. m., from Collins Funeral Home, 5350 W. North Av to St. Angela Church for mass at 10.30 t. m. Interment Oueen of Heaven. Native of Kllmeeno, Weslport, County Mayo, Ireland. Member of Dlv. 308, C. T. A. In lieu Of Mowers ffsssel appreciated. 889-8844, Barrow v John Jack J. Barrow, beloved husband of Bessie, nee Pevllkr dear brother of Catherine Barrow, Bessla Boeckman of St. Paul, Minn., and the lata Anna Barrow and Hannah Hardle; son In law of Sophie Paviik; dear uncle of William IJoyce Hardlel also sisters IB law. broth-art In law, nieces, nephews. grMt-nlecs and great-nephews. Funeral Wednesdei a. m from Menslk Funeral Home, 2713 W. 51st St., to St. Fahlan Church. Ma 10 a. m. Interment Resurrection. 77W571. , BarUntt Harold R. Bartlett, aoe 58, of Lombard, beloved husband of Mercy, nee Ellis; diar father of Thomas IPatriclal Barllett of Lombard; fond grandfather of Rebecca and Gregg; brother of Edna Carlson of Chicago, Helen Rvn of Chicane, Florence Furrwm of Clearwater, Fla., lb late- Dorothy Marxtelko, Walter and Charles. Visitation at th Rrust Funrl Home, 135 S, Main St., Lombard, from 2 to I and 1 to 10 p. m. Wednesday, Lying In slat Thursday from lo a. m. until time of services 11 a. m , at th Mania Street Chapel of the First United Churrh of Christ, Lomba'd. In lieu of flowers, memorials to th Harold R. Bartlett Memorial Fund, 115 S. Main St., Lombard, appreciated. 29 0094, Bauer . Chris E. Bauer, dear husband of Alice, nee Ziegler; fond father of Laverne Tanis. William C. of Sterling, III. and James J.; grandfather of sit; brother of Ernest, Sophie ana Nina, ooih Of pasaoena, cat. services inursaay, Jan 18, 1973. at 1:30 o. m. at the Doty. Panouo Funeral Home, 214 E. 115th St. Interment Cedar Park. Member Blue Island Elks No. 1331. Visitation after 4 p. m. Tuesday. Berardino See Christina R. Coal notice. Bergin Margaret Mary Bergin, nee Wellmuth, be loved wile of the late Terence J.; dear mother of Terence E. Carol, Elizabeth C. Donald Bell, Wnnifred M. Ray- mond Trapp and James J.; loving grano- moiner ot 12; tona sister ot jonn iLee) Wellmuth. Henrv f Adelaide I Wellmuth. Katherlne Merica Fred Lucas, and the late sister Ma-y jean fcawarg, b. v. m. and .oseph Wellmuth. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. m from O'Donnell-Bartz Funer al Home, 1811 W. 103d St., to St. Barna bas Church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Mary's. In lieu ot flowers, donations to cancer Fund and masses appreciated, Betak Fave Betak, Jan. 15, of the Mather Home, Evanston, beloved wife of the late Theodore W.j devoted mother of John F. Betak. Commander U. S. N . Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Memorial services Thursday, 10 a. m., at Donnellan-Lindsey Funeral Home, 1555 Maple Av., Evans- ion, un y-isuu. Birosak Julia Birosak, nee Loyack, beloved wife of Jacob; dear mother of John Emilia, Eleanor Leon Malinowskl and Marianne Edward Tomse; grandmother of six; great-grandmotner of one. Funeral Thursday, 9 a. m. from Soltes Chapel, 2746 W. 51st St., to St. Simon Church. Mass; 9:30 1. m. interment ar. Mary, iit-mi. Bizik Louis Bizik of Westchester, formerly of Berwyn, beloved husband of Pauline, nee Scnutte; dear father of Darlene; fond brother of Mary Joseph) Ocasek. Resting at the Westchester Funeral Home, 10501 W. Cermak Rd.,' two blocks west of Mannheim Rd. Visitation Monday after 7 p. m.; Tuesday, 2 to 10 p. m. Services Wednesday, Jan. 17, 10:30 a. m., at fu neral nome. interment Queen of Heaven. Bleidistel Edith Bleidistel, dear mother of Charles Kennen ana Lorraine Horschke; grand, mother At tivmi flr..tlp.nrinu,.hu ft .,, Chapel services Wednesday, 11 a. m., at the Galewnnrl rturwit M U.rUm Av. Interment Montrose. 889-1700 or au -oouu. Boganowicz Walter Boodanowlcz. age 90, of Deerfield. beloved husband of the late Valerie; dear father of Loretta Richard Hartman; fond grandfather of Gary and the late Dale. Visitation Tuesday after 2 p. m.' Funeral services Wednesday, 9:30 . m at Hanekamp Funeral Home, 385 Waukegan Rd., Northbrook, Vi mile north of uunae Koao. interment All Saints. 272-3890. Boneham Laura M. Boneham, suddenly, beloved daughter of Roy E. and Barbara, nee Setunsky; lovlno sister of Kevin, Mary, Nancy, and john; devoted granddaughter of Carl W. and Elizabeth, nee Weber, Leon Setu'.sky, and the late Josephine, nee Fruzen; great-granddaughter of Alice Weber. Funeral Wednesday, Jan. 17, at 9:30 a. m., from Ahem Funeral Home, 1110 Madison St., Oak Park, to St. Luke i.nurcn, River forest, mass of the Resurrection at 9 a. m. Interment Forest Home cemetery, visitation after 4 p. m. Tuesday. EU 3-5700 or KE 3-2394. Bos - Josephine Bos nee Grendzlnskl beloved wife of the late Michael; loving mother or iiepnanie Kramer, Heiene voemer, Pauline Emery and Marilyn Wi Miami Auksti dear grandmother of six. areat- grandmother of eleven.. Funeral services Thursday, January 18, 2 p. m. at the sctiieika. Funeral Home, 7710 w. Aoaison St. interment St. Lucas, na 3-3444. Buckmaster Flsle J. Buckmaster. aoe 85. lale of Hegewlsch. Jan. 15, 1973, beloved wife of tne tat i-reot oearesr moiner or vamei Ruth Buckmaster; on grand-daughter; three great-grandchildren; dear slsfer of Herman th late Florence Jordan. Services Wednesday, Jan. 17, 1 p. m., at Onyt Funeral Home, 13350 Baltimore av. Interment Elmwood Cemetery. 444- 1133. Buerk Gravdon A. Buerk, January 15, of West Chicago, formerly of Elgin, III.; and employed at the American Can Co. In May- wood. Funeral services win oe irom ine Bartwood Funeral Horn. Funeral ar rangemintj Incomplete. Bulmann Gottfried Bulmann, age 82, of Mavwood, beloved husband of Amatie; loving father of Albert Mildred, Otto (Elizabeth); fond grandfather of eight; dear brother of Ernestine Meier, tori tmmai, micnaei lEmlllel. Herman, Fritz (Bertha). Rest ing at Bormann Funeral Home, 16th Avenue, one block north of Lake Street, Melrose Park, where services will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. interment t-or. est Home Cemetery. In lieu ot flowers, please contribute to St. Paul Lutheran Church or Cancer Fund. Visitation alter 3 p. m. Tuesday. 344-0714. Buonicontl Dorothy Buonicontl, nee Parlsl, wile of the late Frank (Ancona Bakery); dearest mother of John I Henrietta and Marion (Tony) Mlcelit dear sister of Pauline ILOUisi Barnes, bus in.arei ransi, An-gelo Parlsl and the late Joe, Mike (Car-mellel Parlsl and Mary Jackl Sollami; orandmother of Dorothy I Kent Newton. Frank, Mary Ann and Tony; great-grand motner or Raouet; tona eunr or many nieces and nephews. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m.. trom Columbian Funeral Home, 4621 W. North Av., to Our Lady of the Angels Church. Entombment Queen of Heaven, ts y-siii or vi e-juiu. Campbell James E. Campbell, dear brother of Katharine Richardson and th lata Michael and John Campbell; fond uncle of James E. Richardson. Funeral Wednesday, Jan uary 17, 9 a.m., from Collins Funeral Home, 5350 W. North Av., to St. Angela Church. Mass 9:30 . m. Interment Calvary. Member of Forges Post No. 196 V. F. W. and American Legion. Visitation after 3, p. m. Tuesday, ew-8844. Castltio Mlchellna Castlno, nee Gallo, lat of Morton Grove, formerly of Skokie and Chicago, dearly beloved wlf of th lata Gaetano; loving mother of Joseph Anne Domlnlck, Paul Anne, Ann Castlno, Anthony Betfyl and Gerald, the late Josephine Collettl, Vincent Castlno and Louis Slclllano; devoted grandmother of 15; great-grandmother of 13. Funeral Wednesday, Jan. 17, 8:15 a. m, from DeNlcolo-Lesniak Funeral Home, 57?4-40 Diversey Av., Comer of Mango, Chicago. Mass 9:30 a. m. at St. Peter 1 Church, Skokie. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery. 8894115. Center Florence Center, beloved wife of Allen Hyde Center, long time resident of Oak Park, died Jan. 14, 1973 at the Lakeland Hospital of Elkhorn, Wis., after brief Illness; survived by her husband, son Edward of Glenvlew, daughter Mrs. Robert Dlrkemeler of Boston; four grandchildren. Graduate of Oak Park High School and Columbia College of Music. While living In Fonlana, Wis,, for tlW- lost few years, she was active In th Garden Club and church affairs. Cerny Jamas Cerny of Berwyn, III., fond son of th lata Louis and Barbara, nee La-vlcka; nephew of Barbara Maly. Services Wednesday, Jan. 17, 1 P. m at the Joseph Nosek and Sons Funeral Home, 4716-18 W. 16th SI., corner of Euclid, Berwyn. Interment Wood lawn. Visitation begins $ p. m. Tuesday. Cesarld Frank Cesarle, devoted husband of th lat Mary, ne Bias!; loving lather of Joseph lEIma, nee Dean), cirri Sylvester, Helen John) Short and Louis (Catherine, ne Soverino); dear grandfather of 111 great-grandfather of two. Funeral Wednesday, I 1. m from Ros-arlo D. Salerno's Sons Funeral Heme, 6300 W., North Av., to St. Mary of Cell Church. Interment Mt. Carmal. ME 7-0449 or ME 7-0450. Chcjlava Eleanor M, Chellava, beloved daughter of Joseph and the lata Marl Chellava; sister ol Mildred Joseph Jaworowskl. Services Wednesday, Jan. 17, 1 p. m., at H. Marlk Sons Chaoel, 2534 S. Pulaski Rd. Interment Bohemian National. LA 1-3972. Chrlstenson .Ruth L. Chrlstenson, fne Breckenrldoel, passed away at Condell Memorial Hospital, LlbertyvllM, beloved wlf of th lat Lester M.i laving mother of Bar-bare Ruth Lwrnc T. Hoyert dear sister of Vera B. Spinner and Charlotte B. Warren; aunt of Beverly Johnston, Breckenrlde Spinner and Richard War-ran. Funeral Wednesday, Jan. 17, 1 P. m. at Olson Funeral Home, 4467-77 N. Northwest Highway, Member of Irving Park Women's Club. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Norwood Park Methodht Churrh, 7715 W. Hood, would be appreciated, visitation alter S p. m. Tuesday. 774-1333. Clanga Clangl Giovanni Clanga, beloved husband of th lat phllomena, ne Basils; loving father of Tony "Red" Julia Clonal, Theresa Joel Casllglla, Mary (Art) Rewhal, Carotin Joe Corco, Lury Louis Haul, th( lat Ralph "Red" Ann Clanol and Patrick RaphMllal; fond grandfather of 27 and great-grand-father of 14. Funaral Thurwlay, 1:30 a. m.i from Columbian Funaral Home, 4421 W. North Av., Oak Park, to Our Lady of Pomoell Church. Mass 9:30 a. nt. Interment Mount Carmel. Pleas emit flowers. ES 9-5151 or VI 13010, Cirese Fiorlndo L. Cirese, beloved husband of Ruth, nee Olson; fond father ot Robert Cirese and Gall John Gustavson; grandfather of four; son of th lat Joachim and Providence Cirese; dear brother of Amelia Bouchard, Helen Cirese, Virginia Del Mlssier, Lenore Cirese, Eugene of San Jose, Cal., the late Charles C, Josephine and Joseph Cirese. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a. m., fromthe Columbian Funeral Home, 4621 W. North Av., Oak Park, to St. Giles Church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery. ES 9-5151 or VI 8-3010. Visitation Wednesday 2 to 10 p. m. Clemens Joseph John Clemens, beloved husband of the late Mary Ellen (nee Gaughan; loving father of Jewell Ann Willard Hart; dear brother of Cecilia George Potter; fond grandfather of Christopher C. Funeral Thursday, January 18, 9 a. m. from the Schielka Funeral Home, 7710 W. Addison St. to St. Vincent dePaul Church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Joseph's. Please omit flowers. NA 5-3444, Cohen Isidore Cohen of Skokie, formerly of Verona, N. J., beloved husband of Rebecca, nee Plotkin; devoted father of Herman (Maronel, Mildred Bernardl Cohen and the late' Estell Weinberg; fond grandfather of six; great-grandfather of seven. Services Wednesday, 10 a. m., at Plser North Suburban Memorial Chapel, 9200 Skokie Blvd., Skokie. interment Shalom Memorial Park. Please omit flowers. Friends ar asked to pay their respects at time of services, 679-4740. Collettl See Mlchellna Castlno nolle. Collins uaniei r. loums, ueioveo nusuona or Theodora Kumlnskl Collins; devoted fa ther ot Theodore; tong oroiner or neien Fleet, Maurice aim, Lt. jonn, cru, and at. Thomas Collins. CPD. Visita tion after 3 0. m. Monday. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m., from th Sheeny Funeral Home, 10727 S. Pulaski Rd., to St. Basil Church. Mass 10:30 a. m. In terment St. Mary's Cemetery. ST 3-7700. Confortl Michael C. Confortl, lovlno husband of Minnie, nee Sicily; dear father of Al- phonse Angeline, Russell Clair, Mi chael jr. Eunicej, Amnony Lavernej, and John (Linda; dear grandfather of 10; fond brother of Mary Inorio and Susan Congianot dear uncle of many nieces and nephews. Funeral inursaay- 9:30 a. m.. from th Montcair Funeral Home. 6901 W. Belmont Av.. to St. Mar. celline Church, Scheumburg, III. Mass 10:30 a. m. Entombment Queen of Heav en Mausoleum. 622-9300. . Connell Annie M. Connell, nee Robinson, beloved wife of the late John T.; loving mother of Margaret McGulre. Edward (Ann) and Joseph Frances; dear grandmother of nine; great-grandmother of six. Services Wednesday, January 17, at 10 a. m., at Fortune Funeral Home, 4401 S. Kedzle - Ave. Interment Rosehill Cemetery. LA 3- 7781. , Cooper Sea Nell Potter notice. Cosentino Jennie cosentino, ne Papsalarde; wile of the lat Rosarlo; dear mother of Anna Murablto, Rosario Carmtlal, Josephine Alfred Vaccaro; loving grandmother of 14; great-granamotner or jut greai-grear-grandmother of three. Funeral Wednesday, 8:45 a. m., trom urania runerai nomv, 1702 W. 69lti St., to St. Mary of Mt. Carmel Church. Mass at 9:30. Interment Holy Sepulchre. PR 6-06OQ. Cozzi Christina R. Cozjl, ne Mennella, sud denly, beiovea wite ot iai vw fMlckvli dear mother of Angela Charles Lee, Genevieve Dr. George) Gludice and me isie Kena iiiuxikbi d.....:..i eranXmAthM nt nine: areat- grandmother of two; sister of Dora and Minnie Mennella. Funeral Thursday, 1.. .5 a.ic m m fmm fnltimbia , don. 10, ,,w . -v--- Funeral Home, 4621 W. North Av., Oak Park, to St. Lucy Church. Mass 10 a. m. Entombment Queen 01 neaven Visitation after 4 p. tri. Tuesday ES 9-5151 Of VI 8-3010. Cronk Marl Cronk of 13034 S. Wood St., devoted mother of Dorothy Rudolph Krock .-J i.u.kt f Ar.h.,,1 r,niiti ar.nHmnth. r of six; great-grendmother of 15; fond Sister ot Vivian Lomos ana ino iaie liutu and Aubrey Leggeft. Services Wednesday, Jan. 17, 1 p. m., at Edgar Funeral Home, 10900 S. Cicero. Interment Mt. Hope. Vis itation after i p. m. luesaay. u-ueo or 423-1600. Cross Carl W. Cross, beloved husband of Marie; invina father of Bernard (Susan) and Dar lene Richard Wing; devoted grandfa ther of seven; great-granotainer 01 oar-reth; fond brother of Clinton Mary, Paul Muriel, Hazel Ray Starr and the late Homer, Stanley and Ruth Mc-Gee. Visitation at Hollerbech Funeral Home, 4022-34 N. Elston at Irving Park, Wednesday, 3 P. m., until 10 p. m. Funeral servic Thursday, 11 . m. Interment Acacia Park. Member of Logan ' Square Lodge, No. 891, A. F. t A. M. Past Patron of Paul Revere Chapter, No. 855, 0. E. S., Medlnan Temple, A. A. o-N. M. S. of Chicago. Services I P. m. Wednesday under th suspicts of Paul Revere Chapter, No. 855, 0. E. S. In lieu of flowers, donations 10 ine Auxiliary of McHenry Hospital. IN 3-1510. Cubbage Linda Cubbage, beloved wlf of Eugene; devoted mother of Donald and John; fond sister of Marcello, Darlo, and Licia VanOrder. Resting at Seguln Funeral Horn, 1848 2d St., Highland Park, after 7 o. m Tuesday. Funera mass will be Wednesday 9:30 . m St. James Church. Interment Ascension Cemetery. 432-3878. Cunningham Helen M. Cunningham, ne Kennedy, be loved wit of th ut 1 nomas p. Cunningham; dear mother of Thomas P. Jr., Barbara Ivins and th lat Mary C. Sheehant fond grandmother of 11; dear sister of A. J. Kennedy Sr. Member of St. Luke Altar Guild, West En Catholic Women's Club and Rosary College Aux. Funeral Wednesday, Jan. 17, 9:30 a. m. to St. Luke Church I River Forest. Mass of the Resurrec tion 10 a. m. Entombment Queen of Heaven. Visitation at Smith Funeral Home, 245 Madison St., Oak Park, Monday and Tuesday alter 2 p. sn. Dault Joseph A. Dault of Glenvlew, formerly of Winnetka, Jan. 14, husband of Clara; father of Mrs. Jeen Bolern, Mrs. Charlotte Merlins, Gilbert N., Lawrence P. and Frank A, Dault; 24 grandchildren; brother of Leo, James and the late Michael Dault. Visitation at Wm. H. Scott Funeral Home, 1104 Waukegan Rd., Glenvlew, from 4 to 9:30 p. m. Tuesday. Mass 11:15 a. m. Wednesday at Sacred Heart Church, 905 Burr Av., winnetka. Interment All Saints. 7244083. Davidowltz Helen Davidowltz, beloved wlf of th lata Michael; loving mother of John and the late Alex Hazel and George (Lillian); dear grandmother of four; great-grandmother of four. Resting at Muryka and Son Funaral Home, 2157 W. Chicago Ave. Funeral Wednesday, 11 a. m. at chapel. Interment Elmwood Cemetery. BR 1-7767. Dean See Frank Ctsarlo notice. DeichI Cecelia DeichI, net Cleszkl, dearest mother of Madeline (Harry) Schroeder, Maryann John Cemlnata and Norbert Jeril; dear sister of Marlon Geske, Frank Cleszkl, Bern ice Woiciechowskl, and Julie Grzemski; loving grandmother of six. Resting at tho Terrace Funeral Home, 7812 Milwaukee Av., Nlles. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 t. m., to St. Eugene Church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Adalbert Csmetery. 966-7302, DeKimpe Anna De Klmpe, fond wit of th lat Paul; loving mother of Alice Rotthler and Elvera Sis (Robert) Send; dear sister of Frances Vlnckler of Kansas City and the late Arthur Van Welden and Chrlstln De Bender; beloved grandmother of Ann Marie Ellzondo and Paul Rotthiar; great-grandmother of four. Visitation Tuesday alter 4 p. m. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a. m from De Vrlendt Funeral Home, 2708 N. Western Av., to St. John Berch-mans Church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Joseph. HU 4-1716. Del Mlssier Sn Fiorlndo L. Ores nolle. De Marco Louis J. De Marco, to 47, suddenly, dearly beloved husband of Dorothy, ne Zallaro; loving father of Frank, Janice and JoAnn Michael Kostur; devoted grandfather of Eric Kostur; loving son of Millie, nee Zito, and th lat Frank De Marco; fond brother of John (Gall) Da Marco. Funeral Thursday, Jan. It, 1:15 a. m., from- DeNlcolo-Lesniak Fu neral Home, 5734-40 W, Diversey Av., corner of Mango, Mass 9:30 a. m. at Our Lady of the Aneels Churrh, Hamlin and Iowa. Interment St, Joseph Cemetery. Please omit flowers. Visitation Tuesday alter 4 p. m. 189-0115. Dcpke Stephanie Deokl, nee Penkala, beloved wile of Joseph; devoted mother of Joseph Jr, Joan I, S. Robert (Rose Marie), Lillian, Alice IFdmundl Zarek and Theresa Louis Lucarl; dear sister of Stanley I Lottie, Mary Mlllk, Edward and Emily; loving grandmother of 17. Funaral Thursday, 9:15 a. m., trnm th Malec and Sons Funeral Home, 4O00 Milwaukee Av., to St, Mary of the Woods Church. Interment St. Adalbert. Visitation Wednesday trom 1 p. m. until 10 P. m, 774-4100. D'Este $e Anton! Turcica) static. Deutsch . Anna Deutsch, ne Bauer, Monday, Jan. 15, 1973, av 77 years, of heart condition, beloved wife of th late jotin, loved mother of Ann William Herbord, . Margaret Howard) Flesch and Sister Bernardin Deutsch; grandmother of De-nise Herbord Fee, John, Margaret and Paul Herbord and Pnillip and Lisa Flesch; great-grandmother of Robby; loved sister of Marie Tauber and the late Joseph Bauer; aunt of Joseph and Robert Tauber of Chicago, Marie At-water of Los Angeles, Anna Bauer of Austria and Frank Deutsch, Sister In law of Wilma and Frank Deutsch and Anna Bauer. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a. m., from Chasen Funeral Home, 5764 W. Higgins at Menard, to St. Cornelius Church. Interment St. Joseph. Visitation after 7 p. m. Tuesday. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Heart and Cancer Funds would b appreciated. 736-3226. , De Vita See Providence Pollui notice. Didriksen : Berit M. Didriksen, January 14, 1973, beloved daughter of th late Olaf and Emilia; dear sister of Russell Didriksen and Mildred D. Brown; aunt of Newton, Timothy, Cheryl and Emily; grand-aunt of Roger, Steven and Cynthia. Services Wednesday, 2 p. m at John M. Pedersen and Sons Chapel, 4338 Fullerton Av. . Interment Mount Emblem. 235-1610. Dl Orio John J. Dl Orio, devoted husband of Bertha, neeFalzone; beloved father of Josephine (Pasquale) Passaro and Theresa Robert Sokolowskl; dear brother of Mary Manna, Anna Sconza, Andrew, James, Jerry Dl Orio; fond grandfather of four. Funeral Thursday, 9 . m., from Rosarlo D. Salerno's Sons Funeral Home, 6300 W. North Ay., to Queen of All Saints Basilica. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. ME 7-0449 or ME 7-0450. Visitation Tuesday after 4 p. m. Pleas omit flowers. DiPompeo Meat Anthnnw niDMHM. kAlj . -, Alfonso and Dora, nee DiBattista; loving brother of Celeste; fond grandson of Anselmo and Conceits DiBattista and Mariann and the late Raffael DiPompeo. Funeral Thursday, 10 a. m., from D. ,Salerno'a Sons Funeral Home, 4300 W. North Av., St. Giles Church. Interment Queen of Heaven. ME 7-0449 or ME 7-O450. Visitation Tuesday after 5 p. m. Please omit flowers. Donner Lucy Donner, beloved daughter of the lale William and Marie Donner; dear sister of Horry, Marie Overbeck and th late Ann Thompson. Visitation at the M. J. Suerth Funeral Home, 4754 Northwest Hwy., after 3 p. m. Tuesdey. Services Wednesday, 1240 m' '"ombmen, :ci, Pt,k- J1- Doran "l1lm 'n' beloved husband of ion nrien, nee cannon; loving father of Raymond P., Walter M. and Rose M. Lee; fond son of th lat William and Bridget, nee Ready; dear grand, father of seven; dear brother of Elizabeth Joy, the late Mary Foley and Paul Doran. Funeral Wednesday, 9:45 a. m., from Kenny Brothers, 3600 W. 95th St., to St. Barnabas Church for Mass at 10:30 a. m. Interment St. Mary. Member of VFW Post, No. 1571 and Dlv. 241, CTA ret. 239-3600. Dwyer ' 1 Laura J. Dwyer, nee McGarrf beloved wife of John J.t devoted mother of Rory, Susan and Margaret; fond niece of George O'Brien. Funeral Thursday, 9:15 a. m., from Laughlln Sons Chapel, 2100 W. 95th at Hoyne, to St. Caietan Church, mass 10 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. PR 9-1100. Eldridge Byron Eldridge, suddenly, of Rogers, Ark., formerlly of Western Springs, beloved husband of the late Else, ne Swan-son. Contact funeral horn for further information. 353-1298. Erickson Eric Erickson, beloved husband of Anna; dear father of Anr - Wester and Eric Erickson; grandfather of five; great-grandfather of one. Visitation 7 to 9 p. m. Tuesday at Peterson Funeral Home, 6931 w. North Av. Services Wednesday 1:30 p. m. Interment Elmwood. 437-4441. Erickson Hilm M. Erickson of Rlverdale, III., Jan. 14, 1973, mother of Edwin and Edith Albert Pearson; sister of Olgar Sealund and Else; grandmother of nine; great-grandmother of eight. Funeral 11:30 a. m. Wednesday, Jan. 17, from Brown Funeral Home, 13820 Lincoln Av.. Dol- ton. Interment Oak Hill. Visitation Tues- oay 3 to io p. m. tay-MN. Everts . . ', Margaret H. Everts, ne Wier, beloved wit ot Reiner sr.; oear mother of Joy, Reiner Jr. Dolores) and Barbara fJohnl D'Alessandro; grandmother of eight; fond sister of Daisy Munson, Robert and Vernon Corder. Services Wednesday. 10 a. m.. at Wm. C. Smith and Sons, Inc., 2500 N. Cicero Ay. Interment Mount Auburn. Visitation after 2 p. m. Tuesday. 237-8070. Fajdich Joseph Faldich Sr. of Clearwater, Florida, formerly of Countryside, beloved husband of Mary; loving father of Helen Kocek, Mary Soielman and Joseph Jr.; eight grandchildren. At rest at Hallowell & James Funeral Home, 1025 W. 55th St., lounirrsioe rrom 2 to IO p. m. Monday. Funeral mass 10 a. m.. Tue1v at s Cletus Church, LaGrange. Interment Rev urrecnon cemetery. Pleas omit flowers. jM-ewu. Falzone Se John J. Dl Orio notice. Halwachs John Halwachs, of Elmhurst, beloved husband of Mary Halwachs. ne Bailekt father of Elvira Walter Jeschke and. Elsie Richard Zimmerman; six grandchildren; brother of Caroline' Ciark. Visitation in Senna Funeral Home, Lake' St. and 2nd Av., Maywood, Tuesday, after 4 p. m. Service Wednesday, Jan. 17, 1973, I p. m. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens West Cemelery. 343-0014. Hamernik , John J. Hamernik beloved husband tP Geneva; loving father of Mrs. Jove Sherrill, John and Don; fond grandfather of Kim Sherrill and David Hamernik; brother of Mrs. Stella Strltzel. Mrs. . Marie Reid and Mrs. Agnes Schoenbeck. Services Wednesday Jan. 17, 1 p. m. at Drake and Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western Ave. Interment Fairmont Hills Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials to Forest Glen Baptist Church, 4920 W. Foster Ave., would be appreciated. Visitation after 2 p. m. Tuesday. 561-6874.' Hanlon Catherine M. Hanlon, nee Moss, beloved wife of Frank J.; foster mother of Thomas A. Hanlon of Oregon;- sister of the lata Georga, Eugene, Frances and 'Bertha. Funeral Thursday, Jan. 18, a. m. from Collins Funeral Horn, 5350 North Av., to St. Angela Church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Mount Carmel. Visitation after 4 p. m. Wednesday. 8S9-8844. In lieu of flowers, spiritual bouquets would be apprecist. . Haredzinski Joseph Haredzinski, beloved husband of Maria; dear father of Danuta Robert Brueckmann; brother in law of Michael Audrey) Jedynak. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 A. M. from Casey-Laskowski Funeral Home, 4540 W. Diversey Ay., to St. James Church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Adalbert's Cemetery. Chapel visitation alter 6 p. m. Tuesday. 477-6300. Hassett ' Nora Hassett, Jan. 15, 1973, at Washing-'ton & Jane Smith Home, beloved wife of the late Martin J. Hassett; fond mother of William J. Hassett. Funeral from Lain and Son Chapel, 2121 W. 95th St., Wednesday, Jan. 17, 1973, at 9:30 . m., to St. Caietan Church, 112th St. and South Artesian. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Mount Olivet. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to Washington & Jan Smith Home. 238-2182. Henning Harry A. Henning of Wauconda, formerly of Skokie, beloved husband of Regina, nee Kuebler; dear brother of Clyde. Funeral Wednesday, 1:30 p. m., at Haben Funeral Home) 8057 Niles Center Rd., Skokie. Interment Ridge wood Cemetery. Masonic service Tuesday, 8 p. m. Visitation after 3 p. m. Tuesday. OR 34111. Hoff Verne T. Hoff, beloved husband of I la, nee Bishop; loving father of Don I Yvonne; devoted grandfather of Me-linde, Claudia, Meredith and David. Resting at Glaser's Riverside Chanel, 2944 S. Harlem Av., Riverside. Visitation Tuesday 5 to 10 p. m. Services Wednesday, 1:30 p. m. Interment East Sid Cemetery, Dodgeville, Wise 447-0543.- Hoffman Frank J. Hoffman, beloved husband of Beatrice; dear father of Dolores Paul VenWolvelear, Helen Frank Delort, Mary Lou Michael Taliey, Richard Mary and Joseph Hoffman. Grandfather of fifteen. Retired employee of Security Exchange Commission, Funeral Wednesday Jan. 17, 9:30 a. m. from Drake and Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western Ave., to St. Benedicts Church. Mass 10 4. m. Interment St. Joseph's Cemetery. Visitation after 3 p. m. Tuesday. In lieu of flowers memorials to the Cancer Fund would be appreciated. 561-4874. Hoffman Frances Hoffman, beloved wife of th late Frank; dearest mother of 'Loretta Stanley Twardak, Harry, Eugene Ber-nice), Leonard Evelyn), Raymond C. P. D. Valeria and Sylvester (Lillian); dear grandmother of 22; great-grandmother of one; fond sister of Ber-nice Kraiewskl. Funeral Wednesday at 9:30 a. m. from Broda Funeral Home, 1734 W. 48th St., to St. Joseph Church. Interment SS. Cyril and Methodius, Le-mont. III. 927-3713. Holly ' ' ."' Anna Holly, nee Spiciburger, beloved wif of the late Michael dear mother of th late Michael, Joseph, Paul and John; fond aunt of Amelia William) Tischler, great aunt of John Nancy Zygadlo and children of Ladysmith, Wise.; Kenneth Rita Zygadlo and daughter of Downers Grove, Linda Edward) Daras and Susan Tischler. Funeral services Wednesday, Jan. 17, at 1:30 p.m., at Soltes Chapel 2744 W. 51st St. Interment Evergreen. 776-7257. Hoppe Felgenhauer Walter C. Felgenhauer, suddenly, husband lent; brother of Edward L. Elsie and me rare Liinan (.nristensen, Louis, Fred, and Elmer. Funeral from Chat. W. Ander- on runtrai nome, 4323 w. Armitate Tiuktrfatf. 11 . m VI.!t.lMM -i... . . Monday. BE 5-2581. Interment St. Lukes Cemetery. Contributions to Bethesda Lutheran Home, Watertown, Wis., In lieu of riowers apprecierea. Ferrara Frank Ferrara Sr., beloved husband of the lat Susie, nee Rftcierdl; dear father or jonn iiriioaj, William Caroll, Silvio, Frank Jr. and Angel William Luk-setlcht brother of Marl Lucia lannan-tuonl, Giovanni, Raffaele, Llberato, and the late Glusepplna lannantuonl; grandfather of 15. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 . m. from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, SSOO w. urg St., to St. Symphorosa Church. Mess 10:30 a. m. Int. Mount carmel cent, visitation after 4 p. m. Monday. Contribution to Parents Assn. for Cerebral Palsy Children will be ap preciated. 735-4242. Fertel Samuel Fertel, loving husband of Clara; loving father of Joseph Pearl, Betty Dr. Joseph Shapiro and Martin Ellen; grandfather of tight. Services Tuesday, 11 a.m., at Original Weinstein St Sons Chapel, 3019 W, Peterson Rd. Interment Westlawn Cemetery. Chapel visitation at time f service only. Pleas omit flowers. Former member of Beth Joseph and Congregation Bnal Belalel and presently member of'Congregation Sinai of Rogers Park. LO 1-1890. Garstka John B. Garstka, beloved husband of Angeline nee (Puchala); dear father of Elizabeth John Wolowlec; Edward (Helen); Eugene Dolores) end Chester (Audrey). Grandfather of ten; greatgrandfather of two. Funaral Thursday, 9:30a. m.. from Frledrlchs Funeral Home, 1939 W. 35th St., to St. Maurice Church. Interment Resurrection. Member of Bishop Kettler Council No. 1628 K. Z, and Van Buren Post A. L. 523-0056. Ginsberg Fannl Laser Ginsberg, loving mother of Meyer Roslyn Laser, Anne Moray) Chapman, Lillian Cohen, Myrtle (Leonl Fox, Raymond Gladysl, Pearl (Haroldl Berlin and Jean (Frank) Schultz; 23 grandchildren; 32 great grandchildren; Iso survived by two sisters and three brothers. Services Tuesday, 2 p. m at Weinstein Brothers Chapel, 1300 W. Devon Av. Interment I. W. S. O. Waldhelm. Chapel visitation it time of services. For Into. I RO 1-2400. Giudice See Christina R, Cozsl notice. Grochal Frenk 0. Grochal;' formerly of South Chicago,, late of Dollon, beloved husband of Mary, nee Capparellll dear lather of Mary Ann Grochal, Diana Grochal and Sharon Richard Poyat fond grandfather of Mark and Tracy Poya; brother of the lat Stephanie Olszewski; brother In law of Frank (Edith) Capparelll, Joseph Lor-rainal Capparelll and the let Walter Olszewski. Retired employee of Republic Steel Corp. Funeral Wednesday, 9:15 I. m., from th Brow Funeral Home, to St. Jud th Apostle Church, South Holland. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. SO 1-0155. Ilaaycr Geesln Haayer, ne Wubs, Jan. 14, 1973, beloved wife of Aldriki dear moth-r of John Doris) Vender Heydem grandmother of Janet and John Vender Heydeni sister of Eleanor Hix, Fred and Hanes Wubs, Funeral Wednesday, from Chas, W, Anderson Funeral Home, 4(35 W. Armitaoa, at 1 p. m, Interment at Forest Home. Visitation after 1 p. m. Tuesday. BS 1 2581. Hagcn OeniH Haoen, late of Hesoerla, Mich., beloved husband of th let Dorothy, Resting at Island Lak Funeral Horn, 104 E. atats PH., Island Lake, III. Services 11 a. m, Wednesday. Interment Wood-lawn Cemetery, Forest Park. 126-1071, Albert E. Hopp beloved husband of the late Julia; devoted father ot Harold Jean Lufkln and Delores Hans Faust; dear brother of Edward Ruby and Florence Miller; loving grandfather; and great-grandfather. Services Wednesday, 1 p. m., at Malec and Sons Funeral Home, 6000 N. Milwaunee Av. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens West. 774-4100. - Horschke See Edith Bleidistel notice. Hrdlicka V Frank Hrdlicka, beloved husband f Margaret, nee Buchinsky; dear father of Patrick; dear brother of Clara (Harold Green, Edward Ann, Raymond (Reggie, Albert (Gladys and Mildred Jack Allen. Funeral services Wednesday, 12 noon, from the Skaia Funeral Home, 3656 W. Belmont av., to Memorial Estates Cemetery. Please omit flowers. 539-1376. Jackson Joseph S. Jackson, late of Tlnley Park, beloved husband of Juanita, ne Harvell; fond father of Joseph Jr. and David; brother of Mary Welch, Nettl Keys, Ros Kollendorfer, John and George Jatodits. Funeral Wednesday, 1:30 P. t ft the Hickev-Vandenberg Chapel, 6730 174th St., Tinley Park. Interment Beverly Cm-etery. 532-1613. Jarek James F. Jarek, beloved husband of th lale Leah, nee Vickers; dear father of Dorothy Donaldl Marion, George J. Jeanette and Raymond Margaret; brother of th lat Josephine Peril, Catherine Simonek, and Frank Koranda; grandfather of six. Service Wednesday-Jan. 17, 10 a. m., at the Joseph Nosek t. Sons Funeral Home, 4714-18 W. 16th St. corner of Euclid, Berwyn. Interment Mount Auburn. Visitation begin 2 a. m. Tuesday. Johnson '-s Olga J. Johnson, beloved wif of th late Carl; dear mother of Clvy Henry Kotlowski and Rehm Ros Marlelf grandmother of four; great grtndmother of tent sister of Ruth Engberg. Visitation at Mali Funeral Home, 3440 N. Central Ave., from 3 . rrw- Tuesdey, until 12 noon, Wednesday. Service Wednesday, Jen. 17, 2 p. tru at Nebo Lutheran Church, Menard nd Dakin Streets. Interment Mt. Oliv. Memorials to Nebo Lutheran Church appreciated. Kalamyer Richard Frank Kalamyer, age 47 years, f 16114 John Klrkham Drive, Lockport, III., Jan. 14, 1973, husband of Hedwig Brehml Kalamyer; father of Brunhlidy; son of Mrs. Clara Kalamyer and th lat Frank ot Chicago; brother of Mrs. Lorraine Mytys of Chicago and Mrs, Ronald (Patricia) Eckman, Spring Grove, III.; nieces and nephews. Services at the Goo-dale Funeral Home, 912 S. Hamilton St., Lockport, Wednesday at 11 a. m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery, Romeovllle, III. Visitation 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 Tuesday. Kasper Frank-L. Kasper, dear rather of Stella Algisb Keblis; stepfather of Angeline Mardniak, Rosemaria (Frank) Wlsla and Dolores (JosepttJ Nubie; grandfather of 14; brother of Stella Yukn. Funeral Wednesday, Jan. 17 at 9:00 a.m. from Lack Funeral Home, 2314 W. 23rd PI., to Our Lady of Vilna Church. Interment St. Casimlr Cemetery. Please omit flowers. Visitation Tuesday after 1 p. m. VI 7-4472. Kislikunas Michael Klshkunas, Jan. 15, loving husband of Eva, nee Kanevarsky; fond fritter of Ben Phyllis and Edward Kisn-kunas; grandfather of Michael, Robert and Deborah; brother of Anton Klshkunas. Member of Lithuanian White Star Club. Funeral services Thursday, 10 a. m. at the Marquette Funeral Home, 2533 W. 71st St. Interment Lithuanian National Cemetery. Visitation alter 5 P. m. Tuesday. 476-2345. KIoss Merit KIoss, dear wife of tht tat Andrew J.; fond aunt of Eleanor Stephens, Evelyn Murphy, Jane Wright, Margaret Mazur, Charlotte Uslaszewskl and Frank Szulaklewicz. Funeral Wednesday, :45 t. m from DeVriendt Funeral Home, 2708 N. Western Av., to immaculat Heart of Mary Church. Mass 9:30 t. m. Interment St. Joseph's. HU 4-17)6. Knetl See Antonlt Turclch notice. Kost Henry N. Kost, beloved husband of Ka-thryn; fond lather of th late Marvin H. IMarlelt trandfather of Warn L. and Mary Lout brother of Susan Leonhardt and Dorothy Rohl. Funeral Wednesday, 1 p. m at VanHenkolum Funeral Home, 12534 . Harlem Av., Paloa Heights, III. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens South. Masonic service. Tuesday 8 p. m. by Rlv-rsid Lodge, No, 862, A F, t. A.M. Member of Scottish Rite Valley of Chicago, Medinah Temp'o end charter member of West Suburban Shrine Club. Visitation after 4 p. m. Tuesday. 448-35.10, Kraft Margaret C. Kraft, ne Croke, beloved wife of the late Joseph N. Kraft i dear mother of Margaret Spellman, Virginia Jemes I.) Louuhman and the late Joseph J. Kraft; 19 grandchildren; I ereat-e'randchild! fond Sister of Richard F. Croke and Helen Curran, Funeral Thursday, II a. m, from Smlth-Corcoran Funeral Home. 6150 N. Cicero Av., to St. Mary of the Woods Church, Mass 11:30 a. m. Interment All $lMS. Member of St. Mary of the Woods Altar and Rosary Society. Members ot the Altar and Rosary Society will meet at th funeral horn Wednesday, I p. m. tor a lllurolial wak service. In lieu Of flowers contributions to SI. Mary of Prnvidenc School, 4700 N. Austin Av., Chicago, III. would be appreciated. Visitation after 4 p. m. Tuesday. 7J6-3833. i

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