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!. ?-V,;tr -iKir.' k... 14 Section 2 Chicago Tribune, Tuesday, June 17, 1975 v r -r - ' .TV" , Get a move on! It took some yelling by Mrs. Lucia Vollmar to get her pet turtle, Dynamite, moving in the big turtle race at Mukwanago, Wis. Despite the help, Dynamite lost to a faster turtle at the Lions Club Summerfest '75 event. Obituaries Dr. Lawrence D. Creadon Mass for Dr. Lawrence D. Creadon, 71, a Riverside dentist and member of a pioneer family in the suburb, will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Mary's Catholic Church, 102 N. Longcommon Rd., Riverside. Dr. Creadon died of a heart attack Sunday in his home at 220 Lawton Rd., Riverside, where he was born 71 years ago. He was a dentist for more than 40 years with offices at 3 E. Quincy St., in the suburb. He leaves his widow Vivian; two sons, Lawrence Jr. and George; three daughters, Mrs. Mary Pokono-sky, Mrs. Arane Schmidt, and Mrs. Jane Sundstrom; seven grandchildren, and three ern brothers. Mrs. Martha H. Butler Mrs. Martha H. Butler, 72, died Monday in her home at 1630 Sheridan Rd., Wilmette. Mrs. Butler was the widow of Rush C. Butler Jr., an insurance executive who died in 1964. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Blair Bellis and Mrs. Judith Knutson; a brother; a sister; and five grandchildren. Memorial services will be at 4 p. m. Wednesday in the Winnetka Congregational Church, 725 Pine St., in the suburb. Mrs. E. H. Timothy Services for Mrs. Joan Margaret Whitten, 46, of 2027 Or-rington Av., Evanston, a biology professor at Northwest Friends of Slough vow to raise funds By Charles Mount CYPRUS TREES, bobcats, the rare swainson warbler, and poisonous snakes of various sorts may not abound in Illinois but they are to be found in one place. And if the state Department of Conservation has its way, the flora and fauna will be- the last to suffer from Gov. Walker's proposed budget slashing. The species populate Little Black Slough, a 2,515-acre marshy area about 250 miles south of Chicago in downstate Johnson County. Last week the conservation department and the Nature Conservancy, a Washington-based conservation group, announced plans to purchase the land for a wildlife sanctuary. BUT THE PROJECT depends on the raising of some $400,000 in public contributions and on the proposal's surviving the proposed budget cuts. "It is the last thing we are going to give up in our budget," state conservation director Anthony Dean said. The slough is now owned by Westvaco Corp. of New York City, which obtains pulp wood from the wilderness land for Its paper mill In Wickliffe, Ky. The firm plans to obtain its pulp elsewhere and to sell the land for about $400,000 below " w . ? i 1 'it';: (5 t 1 MM. y. UPI Telepholo University, will be at 11 a. m. Wednesday in the chapel at 1870 Sheridan Rd., Evans-ton. Mrs. Whitten died Sunday in Evanston Hospital. She joined the university staff in 1959 as a research associate and became a full professor in 1972. Survivors include her husband, E. H. Timothy, a geology professor at North western; a daughter, Catherine Ann; a son, James; a brother; and a sister. Brother Richard V. Castle Mass for Brother Richard V. Castle, 48, a member of the' Christian Brothers of Ireland and a biology teacher at St. Laurence High School, 76th Street and Central Avenue, Oak Lawn, will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Albert's Catholic Church, 80th Street and State Road, Burbank. Brother Castle died Sunday in Camp Ravenswood, near Lin- denhurst. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Warren Castle, and , two sisters, Dwyn and Mrs. Jeanine Kramer. Thomas E. Donnelly Thomas E. Donnelly, 87, of 5445 Eastview Park, died Mon day in Illinois Central Hospital. He was president of T, N. Don nelly & Co., diamond brokers at 5 N. Wabash Av. The com pany was established in Chica go in 1881 by his family. Sur viving is a sister, Mrs. Flor ence O'Rourke. Mass will be at 10 a. m. Wednesday in St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church, 5472 S. Kimbark Av. Trlbunt M its market value. The Department of Conser vation will put up $900,000 for the purchase and $350,000 to $400,000 in private funds are to be raised by a citizens' group headed by Gaylord Donnelley, chairman of R. R. Donnelley St Sons Co. DEAN SEES the purchase as a top-priority item for his department. If the purchase plan goes thru, the slough will be left to adapt and flourish as nature commands. No development! in the area, such as picnic or recreational facilities, art J Chicago S ILLINOIS . 1 1 Springfield ) llOHNSOtA J f county Jt t 100 Miles ) Q planned. Florists FLOWERS SOFTEN SORROW Sympathy Flowers VI ANY WAYS TO CHARGE 344-0770 Open Eves. & Sun Sympathy . . Respect. This is the language of flowers. Since 1933 Many ways to charge 6400 S. H.IKI.H.M Announcements ELIMINATE SullorinoContribule to CANCER Research. 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Nr.Tront Garden ot Apostiesi 5240 lot. write or call Mr. Hunt. 87 Colonial Village. Fredencktown, Ohio, oi? 614-6V4-7512 Choice loc. Evergreen Cemetery. Less than i3 ong. price. 3 graves. ti25 tt. WO reg. tee. can 585-795J 1 LOT a graves. Glen Oak Cemetery. Hillside. 5oo-oest otr. k. bcnmioi, 2uy Gardenia, camarnio, cant. 805-482-470. Two" Masoleum Cripts Memory Gardens Lemetery. 2,uuu. aja-jojo. Four lots IrTMemorial Gardens. Arlington his. wuuea. or orter. Mi-ifn To plot your IN MEMORIAM NOTICE phone Miss Thomas 222-4147 in Memoriam ABBATEMARC0 Carmino Abbatemarco, June i7, 1974 Frank Damato, June 26, 1961 JosPDh Da ma to. June 1$. 1970 In fond And loving memory of our loved ones. Wp mi$s vou very much. THE ABBATEMARCO FAMILY D'AMBROSIO James D Ambrosto, June 17, Today I am so lonely For the one I love so much. God took vou away, my Jimmy dear. Before our special day. With all my love On our 25th anniversary dav. YOUR LOVING WIFE GILDA I F0RD0N Barbara Jeanne velo Fordon June 17, 1969 In our hearts vou will always stay Loved and remembered every dav. MOTHER and DAD G LANDER Alvin Glander. tn loving memory ol my Al on our 59th wedding anniversary, June )7th. LONELY TESS RULL0 Michael J. Rullo, June 17, 1975 In memory of our beloved brother. RULLO FAMILY Death notices AGIES ' palmer E. Agles, dear husband ol Ethel, nee Haden; lond father of Margaret Carev. Doris Jean Shipp of Morris City. III. and Judy Kolkmeier of Kansas City, Kan.; grandfather ot 10: fond son of Myrtle Agles and the late Eugene; brother of Buzz Agles. Doris Beardsmore and Imogene Showalter, all ol O'Fallon, III. At Doty-Panozzo Funeral Home, 214 E. 115th St. Services Thursday, June 19, at 10:30 a.m. Interment Cedar Park. Visitation after 6 p.m. Tuesday. Employee ol Ingersoll Products. Oiv. Borg Warner Corp. 785- Ul IB. ATKINSON See Louis J. Germano notice. ATRA See Andrew Ktryszyn notice. IBAUM Eva Baum, nee Merle, beloved wife of the late Wendel; dear mother of Bette (Tony) Bleicelfer. Anne (Frankl Trost. Theresa (Connie) Stapleton and Eve (the late Milton) Sitar; fond grandmother of eight; dear great-grandmother of 17, Visitation at the Skala Terrace Funeral Home, 7812 Milwaukee Av.. Niles. Funeral Wednesday, 10:1$ a.m., to St. Cecelia Church lor II a.m. mass. Interment St. josepn lemetery. yoo.jw. BLAKE Nebr., formerly of Oak Park, beloved wife oi ine laie waiter Btatce; aearesr mother ot Walter N. and Ruth F. Blake; grandmother ot three; qreat qrandmother of one. At the New Hursen Chapel, Roosevelt and Mannheim Rd., in Hillside, where services will be held Wednesday, June IB, at 11 a.m. Interment Arlington Cemetery. Visitation i uesaay, aner J p.m. i fSiw, BROWN Charles R. Brown, husband of the late Devona, nee Railton; father of Jean Reese, Judith Muller, Rodger, Quentin and the late Devona T raver; grandfather or 21 ; brother of Ruth Jones. Visitation after i p.m. luesnayai orecnsier Brown funeral Home, 203 S. Marion St.. Oak Park. Funeral 10:30 a.m. Wednesday to St. Edmund Church. Mass II a.m. Interment Queen ot Heaven. In lieu of (lowers, memorials to Leukemia-American Cancer ioneiy appreciated, jtfj-jivi. I BUDA Matthew J. Bude, suddenly June 14, 175, beloved husband ot Josephine, nee Golec; loving son of the late Andrew and Frances; Edward (Agnes), Lillian (tee) Hurley and Helen (Robert) Jancewici. Funeral Wednesday, 9:15 a.m., from Columbian Funeral Home, 103OO Grand Ave., Franklin Park, III., to St. Cyprian Church, River Grov, ill. inierment ST. Joseph Cemetery. BUNTING See the June W. DeCelles nolle. f OJl-VBUO X f SUBURBS Call A I PARK RI05E TEL. NO. J . S-3131 " r Death notices BUTLER Martha Ha mm Butler of 1630 sner dan Ha., Wilmette, June 16, 1975, wife ot the late Kusn u. suiter jr.i momo or whs. oiair B. Bellis ot New Vernon, N. J. ano Mrs. iniiith R Knutson of Vero Beach. Fla.; five grandchildren; sister ot Mrs. Harriet Steven of Northfie d and Edward r. Ha mm Jr. of Washington, O.C. Memorial service 4 p.m. Wednesday at Children Chapel of Winnetka Congregational fhurrh, 77$ Pine St.. Winnetka. Burial private. Please omit flowers. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. CANFIELD Maude Lewis canfieid, retired employee ot Sinclair Refinery Co., June IS, 1975, beloved mother of Robert E. (Marie) Lewis; dear grandmother of Susan (George) Haubner. Patricia (William) Adesso, Robert E. (Christine) Lewis Jr. and Bontta; great-grandmother ot tour; lond cousin ot Martha Lee (tan) Knight. At Lain and Son Chapel, 5501 N. Ashland Av.. after 4 p.m. Tuesday. Services Wednesday, 10 a.m. Interment Memorial cam. sowms. CANPBELL Duncan N. Campbell, June 5, 1975, Palm Springs, California, formerly of Chicago, brother ot Jane C. Rothe, and John A. Campbell. Graveside services were held at Mt. Hope Cemetery, Monday, June 16th. 337-3036. CARSELL0 Virginia V. carsello, nee Stevens, of Arlington Heights, beloved wife of Gilbert P.; loving mother of Paul, Jr. (Geraldine), David. Suzanne and Marianne Carsello: three grand children; dear sister of Edmund (Agnes), Aldrich (Jean) and Reynold (Lorraine) Stevens and Anita (Clavton) LeDoux. Visitation Tuesday. 7 to 9:30 ap.m. and Wednesday, 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9:30 p.m., at Lauterburg & Oehler i-unerai Home, 2000 t, Norrnwesr Hiohwav. Arlinaton Heights. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m. from Chapel, to St. fcdna cnurcn, 2535 n. Arlington Heigms Rd. Mass 10 am. Entombment All Saint Cemetery. 253-5423. CASE Frank Case, June 15, 1975, beloved husband of Olga. Member of Carpenter's union Loca I . No. 1 367. Services Wednesday, 1 p.m., at John M. Pedersen ana sons napei, asm hunerron av. inter ment MOUM Ulive. 2J5-16IU. CASTLE Brother Richard V. Castle, C.F.C., B.A. M.S., for the past 14 years a member of the Biology Dept. ot st. Laurence High school and longtime instructor of the school choral froup, he died Sunday, June 15, 1975, in St. heresa Hospital, Waukegan, III., following aheart a heart attack, beloved son of Genevieve and the late Warren Castle of Racine, Wis.; dear brother of Dwyn Castle and Jeanine Kramer of Kenosha, Wis. Lying in state at St. Laurence High School. 5556 W. 77th St.. from 2 Dm. until 10 P.m. luesoav. t-unerai weonesaay, v:is a.m. from st. Laurence Hion benoo . to St. Albert the Great Church. Mass ot the Resurrection 10 a.m. interment Holy bepuicnre cemetery. .-. CLAUSEN Theodore W. Clausen, June 13, 1975, husband of Ruth; step-father of Carl Sudbrink; nromer ot vioiet rvKKiwicK. viemoer ot Cleveland Lodqe, No. 211, a.k & A.M., Medinah Shrine and Scottish Rite. Services and interment were held Monday, June 16, at Rockford, III. 561-2645. COOPER Tillie Cooper, nee Wishnewetsky, ot McHenry, in., beloved wife ot the late Abe; devoteo mother ot jacit (Keari) and Pan (Sv via): lond Grandmother of eiaht: dear sister of Isaac Weiss. Services Tuesday, 2 P.m., at Piser North suburban Memorial inapei, yw SKokte Blvd., hkokie. interment west awn cemeterv. Friends are asked to pay their respects at the time ot the services. 679-4740. CORDOVA Louis G. Cordova, born September 19, iv04, Pasadena, cant., passed away June 14, 1975. survived bv wife Lorraine and three step-children. Service and interment private. CREADON Dr. Lawrence D. Creadon, D.D.5. suddenly. Riverside. 111., beloved tuishand of Vivian, nee Torrison; loving father of Lawrence Jr. (Judith), George (Sharon), Mary (Thomas) Pokonosky, Anne (Gregory) Schmidt and Jane (David) Sundstrom; fond brother of Edward (tnzabem), hrancis P. (wave) and the late Joseph Creadon; grandfather of seven. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., from Kuratko Funeral Home, 25th and Des Piames Av., Norm Riverside, to St. Mary cnurcn. Mass ot ine Kesurrecnon 10 a.m. interment oueen ot Heaven. Member ot St. Mary's H.N.S. and American Dental Assoc. visitation Tuesday 2-4 and 7-v p.m. tn lieu of flowers, donations to vour favo rite charity would be appreciated. 447-2500. CURIN Agnes (Kalina) Curin, late of Cicero, beloved wife of the late John; dear mother ot Marion Berg and the late Edward Kalina; survived bv many nieces, nephews and other relatives. Services Thursday. 8-.4S a.m., from H. Anarilc Sons Funeral Home, A507 W. Cermak Rd., Berwyn, to Our Lady ot Charity Church. Mass 9.30 a.m. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday after a p.m. GU 4-6310 or di i sm. DAUER Adam E, Dauer, June 13, beloved husband ot Anna, nee Johnston: dear father of Theresa. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.. trom l. l. uanieis i-unerai Home, s.js b. Haisiea, to bt. nasi Lnurcn. Mass loa.m. Visitation Monday and Tuesday, 1 p.m. to 9 p m. Inierment St. Mary Cemetery. 373- J0IU. DeCELLES June W. DeCelles, nee White, beloved wife of the late Charles B.; loving daughter of Richard A. White and the late Esther, nee Noonan; fond sister of Marion Reiner! and Ruth W. Buntine. Funera Wednesday. 10:15 a.m., from Kenny Brothers, 3400 W. VMh St., to si. Basil Lnurcn lorwass at II a.m. interment Holy sepulchre. 239-3600. DETTERBECK Joseph B. Detterbeck, toving son of the late George and Elizabeth; fond brother of George, Benedict, Mrs. Margaret ( Andrew) Nelson and Mrs. Rose ( Andrew) Jackson. Visitation at George Klaner Funeral Home, 4717 Broadway, Tuesday, June 17, 7 to 10 p.m. Funeral Wednesday, 2 p.m. Interment Oakridge Cemetery, information, mi-zvm DIFIN0 Pasoua e D fino. beloved husband of Anna. nee unonno; loving tamer ot Nicnoias. jonn (Maxinet. Marv Ann (Kav) nico av; fond grandfather of four; devoted brother ot Giovannina panazio ot Mota ui Ban, llalv. Resting at Columbian Chanel. 6621 W. North Av'., Oak Park. Funeral Thursday. June 19. 8:45 a m. Mass 10 a.m. at Santa Maria Addolorata Church. En tombment Oueen of Heaven Mausoleum. Visitation Tuesday 5 to 10 p.m. and Wednesday 4 to 10 p.m. Please omit (lowers, ES 9-5151 or Vl 8-3010. di vino See Louis J. Germano notice. DONNELLY Thomas E. Donnelly, June 1A, beloved husband of the late Helen Collins Donnellv; lovino mother of Florence (George M.) O'Rourke and the late Christ ooner J., Larron t, ano Alice m. visitation Tuesday 2 to 9 P.m. Funeral Wednesday, 9:15 a.m., from Donnellan i-unerai Home, 1052b 5. western av., to it, Thomas the Aoostle Church. Mass 10 a.m. Entombment Mount Olivet, please omit flowers. Bfc 8-W75, D0TS0N Frank L. Dotson, beloved husband of Lillian, nee Cecka; dear father of Betty (Lawrence) Thiede; survived by five brothers and three sisters; grandfather of three. Services Thursday, June 19, 10:30 a.m., at H. Marik Sons, 6507 W. Cermak hq., eerwyn. interment tvergreen. into: GkU 4-6310. DOYLE Frank P. Doyle, retired Sergeant C.P.D, beloved husband of Margaret, nee Huss dear brother of Vincent J. and the late Edmund W., Rena Lindvalt, Allen, John B., Robert E., Charles S. and Kathleen Schulli; fond uncle of many. Funeral Wednesday, 10 a.m., from Stieldon-Goglin Funeral Home, 5935 W. Belmont Ave., to St. Ferdinand Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment Oueen of Heaven. Please omit flowers. Member of Ushers Club, St. An thony De Padua council No. 1949 K.C., St. Jude's League, t.P.A. and retired Sgts. ASSOCiailOn. 2J-44U4 DWYER Garrett Dwver. beloved husband or the ate Nora, nee Cremins; fond father of Kathleen, Margaret (Donald) Huebner, Maureen (Michael) Farrelly and Dennis (Darlene); grandfather of three; dear brother of Michael and Kathleen Stapleton ot Chicago, Eileen Lane and Molly of Ireland and the late Thomas, Jack, James and Margaret. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., from Gibbons Funeral Home, 5917 W. Irving Park Rd., to Immaculate Heart of Marv Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven. Visitation Monday after' 6 p.m. and Tuesday after 2 p.m. Native ot cioncrippa, r-eenagn county umencx, Ireland. 777-3944. FENCHEL Frances Fenchel, neeKurniker, of6t01 N, snenoan hq beloved wife ot the late Louj loving grandmother of seven ; fond sister oi Edith and Helen Kurniker. Private family services were neio. into, lu .,, FENSKE Walter E. Fenski, beloved husband of biaovs; dear tamer of Manene (Bruce) Doualas and the late Carol Doualas: grandfather of Vikkt, Michelle, Corey, Margie and David Walter Douglas; dear brother of Arthur, Herbert, Ernst, Otto, Louise and Alma; uncle ot eight. Past president of Business Leaders Assn. Remains resting at Mee & Ramme Funeral Home, 3916 Irving Park Rd., 2 to 10 p.m. Tuesday, Lying in state from 1 p.m. Wednesday, until services 2 p.m. at Edgeb-rook Community Church, U.C.C., Lolela and Hiawatha Av. Interment Ridgewodd Cemetery. In lieu ot flowers memorials to togenrook community inurcn. 4hwji. FLEMING James G. Fleming Jr., age 17 yean, suddenly, dearly beloved son ot James G. Sr., Sgt. C.P.D. and Catherine Smith Fleming; devoted brother of Patrick, Lvn HA Mnit that lata Ia Uu CIimim Visitation after 6 P m., Monday, Funeral Wednesday, 1:45 a m., from the Sheehy Funeral Home, 10777 S Pulaski Rd., to St. Barnabas Church for Mass al 9 30 a m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Sr-nmr student at Leo High School. ST 3-DO Or Kb BB, GE0RGEAN Peter (Georaiatent si neoraean. be oved husband of Susie, nee Gull a, dear father of Helen (Georqe) Kanel, Mary (James) Mestousls, Irene (Charles) Rood, Ernest (Anna) and Sylvia Hond grandfather ot 16; great qrandtather of II. Funeral Thursday, 12 noon, from Galewood Chapels, 1657 N, Harlem Av., to Assumption Church tor ( p m. services, inierment timwooo, any- 1700 or AU 7-S600, GE0RGIAFENT1S See Petar Georgean notice. GERMANO Louis J. Germano, beloved husband of Dolores, nee Taddeo; loving father of Louis M.. Genalvn (Torn! BUk. DenU and Therese; fond grandfather of one; dear son of the late Joseph and Jennie, nee Di Vitto; brother ot John (Frances), Anthony (Estelle), Joseph (Eleanor) and Amelia (Art) Atkinson. Funeral Wednesday, June 18, 9:30 a.m., trom the Ed Prignano Funeral Home, 1815 W. North Av. (Broadway and North Avenues), Melrose Park. Mass 10 a.m., at Sacred Heart Church. Interment Queen ot Heaven Cemetery. Into. 344-0635. GLENDE Edward C. Glende, beloved husband ot Mabel, nee Dietz; fond father of Grace Johnson, Arlene Relth and Ralph E.; grandfather of nine; great-grandfather of five; brother ot Ella Rebenstock. Visitation 3 to 10 p.m. Tuesday at Peterson Funeral Home, 6938 W. North Av. Services Wednesday, 1 p.m. Interment Mount bmoiem. past Master ot Logan square Lodge No. 891, A.F. & A.M. 637-4441 GRAGNAN1 James Gragnam, beloved husband of Martha; loving father of Americo, James (Jeanette), Arlene (Ron) Stanger; dear grandfather ot three; fond brother ot Benny (Leona). Funeral 9 a.m. Thursday, June iv, trom the Vance Funeral Home, 1424 5. 50th Ave.. Cicero, to St. Attracts Church. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Please omit flowers. Visitation Tuesday. after 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, 1 1o 10 p.m. GRAMAN John A. Graman Srrv beloved husband of Astrid; dear father of John Jr. and Dorothy Bison; grandfather of severt; brother of Anne Schanti, Clara Lang and Mary Graman. Funeral Thursday, 2 p.m., at Sheldon-Goglin Funeral Home, 5935 W. Belmont Av. inierment private. Member ot I.B.t.W. LOCal NO. IJ4. 2J-4404 GRAVEN Ronald J. Graven, devoted son of Thora Graven, nee Christensen and the late John m.; loving Grower ot reneiope (ur. ismaii H.) Cutekin and Robert N. (Jean M.) Graven. Visitation Tuesday, after 5 P.m. and Wednesday until iu p.m., at smitn-Corcoran Funeral Home. 6150 N. Cicero Av. Lying in state Thursday, from 12:30 p.m., ai me tageprooK LUineran cnurcn. bisi w. uevon. service i:jo p.m. interment Ml. Olive. In lieu of flowers, con tributions to the Heart Fund would be appreciated. J6-jbjj, GREEN Edgar W. Green, beloved husband of Ethel, nee Laakso; fond father of Linda Simms and Susan (Dennis) Miller; dear son of Bertha (Otfo) Thalau and the late William j. Green. Employee of Knowles Electronics for 21 years. Memorial services will be held at 7 p.m., Tuesday, June 17, at Prince ot Peace Lutheran Church, Hoffman Estates. III. In lieu of flowers. memorials will be appreciated for the Heart Association. Arrangements Dy Ah I q rim and Sons Funeral Home, 330 W. ooit hq,, scnaumourg, 111. tjuowu GREENE Raymond Greene, died June 15th. retired as resident manager of the Wellington Arms Apartments, age 85, not survived by any immediate family. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be sent to The Chicago Chapters of The Easter Seals Society, The American Red Cross, The Salvation Army and The American Cancer Society. There will be no services. GREENWALD Martin Blau Greenwald, beloved son of the late Simon and Rose; fond brother of Herbert (Abbie) of Arlington Heights and Miriam (Jackl Johnson of Los Angeles. Calif. Services Tuesday, June 17 at 10 a.m., at the North Suburban Chapel, 9200 Skokie Blvd., Furth Funeral Direction. Interment Chicago Covenant Aid Society cemetery waianeim, oaie oz. o-uu HAUAGAN Arthur D. Hallagan, beloved husband of Marion J., nee Baker; loving father ot Arthur D. Jr. (Joy), Joan (Kenneth) Get7loff. Donald (Joan). Eleanor (Dr. Edward) Dainko, Kevin (Anette), Paul, Sharon (Kevin) O'Keefe, Kathleen (William) Wilson and the late Robert; grandfather of 33; brother of Mrs. Florence McGrath and Hazel O'Grady and eight deceased brothers and sisters. Funeral Tuesday, 11 a.m.. from the Hickev-Vandenberg Chapel, 4201 W. 147th St., Midlothian, to St, Christopher Church. Visitation Monday, 4 to 10 p.m., Tuesday, 9 to 11 a.m. Remains will beat rest Tuesday, after 6 p.m., at the Ottawa Funeral Home, 1111 LaSalle St., Ottawa. Funeral mass Wednesday, 11 a.m., at St. Columba Church, Ottawa. Interment St. Columba Cemeterv. 38i-447B. HAVEL Antome (Sura) Havel, suddenly, North Riverside, III., beloved wife of the late James Sura and Steve Havel; loving mother of James (Marilyn) Sura; dear grandmother ol June, Lorraine and Linda Sura. Member of Bila Hora Lodge, C.S.A. and North Riverside Senior Citizens. Services Wednesday, 2:30 p.m., at Kuratko Funeral Home, 25th and Des Piames Avenue, North Riverside. Cremation Woodiawn Memorial Park. Visitation luesoav 2-4 ana -y p.m. 44-2500. HAW KEN Florence J. Hawken, beloved wife of 1 nomas m.; loving motner ot wimam James (Claire), Robert T. (Marv Kav) and Linda C. Snvder; dear grandmother of eight. Resting at the McKenzie Funeral Home, 15618 S. Cicero Av., Oak Forest, where services will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m. Interment Mount Hope. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Cancer Fund appreciated. 6tt-ivvu. HEFFERNAN Paul W. Heffernan, age 64, suddenly, June 4, 195, son ot tne tate Mane ano William Heffernan; dear brother of Margaret (Ralph) Smith of Winston-Salem, N.C., Frank J. (Margaret) Hefternan of Laguna Hills. Calif, and the late William and Joseph. Funeral 9 a.m. Tuesday, trom Lain 8, Son Chapel, 5501 N. Ashland Ave., to Our Ladv of Lourdes Church. Mass at 9:30 a.m. Interment Calvary. Member of Tattler post no. y3 a.l. Please omit flowers. HESTER Elmer E. Hester, of Addison, beloved husband of Alice, nee Spurr; fond father of Susan (Charles) Andraski, Patti (Joseph) Lambert, Thomas and Gail; grandfather of Matthew; brother of Jean (Anthony) from Richer! & Meyer Funeral Home, 326 W. Lake St., Addison, to St. Philip the Apostle Church, Addison, for Mass at 10 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven. Visitation Monday, 6 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday, 4 to 9 P.m. 54J-TJ4I, H0HS Kathryn A. Hohs, of Skokie; dear sister of Charles (Lillian) and Jacob Hohs. the late josepn( Keier, wimam, saroara Kaimes, Joseohine Hovlev and Susan Hohs. Funer al Thursday, 9:15 a.m., from Haben Funeral Home, 8057 Niles Center Rd.. Skokie. Mass 9:30 a.m. at St. Peter Church. Interment St. Peter Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday, 7-9 p.m. and Wednesday 3-9 p.m. OK J 61 I I. H0LTEN Gertie Ho ten, of 135 E. Center Av.. Lake Bluff, sister ot Raqna Holten, aunt of Hilmer Hansen and Mrs. Paul Zeleski, all of Lake Bluff; other nieces and nephews in Wisconsin and Norway. Funeral Service 2 p.m. luesoav, June lm, at Burnett Funeral Home, 120 W. Park Av., Liberlyville. interment mt. unve cemetery, Chicago, into. J6Z-JUUY HURLEY William J. Hurlev. June 16. loving son of Sarah A. and the late Daniel W.; dear brother ot sr. M. Bridgetta R.S.M., Catherine Underwood, Rita Ann (William D.l Crowlev and the late Joseph D.; fond uncle ot nine nieces and nephews and three ?reat-meces and great-nepnews. Funeral hursday, 9:15 a.m., from Donnellan Funeral Home, 10525 S. Western Av., to St. Thomas the Apostle Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. Visitation Wednesday, 2 to 10 p.m. Employee of the Illinois Central Gulf Railroad for 20 years. Bb JAC0BSMA Irene Jacobsma. age 86. of Rest Haven, formerly of Roseland, dear sister of Mrs. Edward De Bruin, Mrs. Harry Kramer and the late Bertha Jacobsma, Ann Zvlstra, John, Nick and Henry; survived by many nieces and nephews. At rest after 2 o.m Tuesday at DeYouna-Vroegh Funeral Home, 649 E. 162d St., South Holland. Funeral services Wednesday 1 p.m. inter ment tseveriy. 3Jj-uuu. JENSEN Renatta m. Jensen, nee Nickels, beloved wife of the late Clarence H.; fond mother of Arlene L. (Frank) Beardsley and Ruth j.; granamomer or rnree; great-grandmother ot five; sister of Paul Nikels. Funeral services Wednesday, 1 P.m., at Nielsen Funeral Home, 3301 W. Fullerton Ave. Interment Ridgewood Cemetery. Visitation after 3 p.m. Tuesday. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the St. Luke Lutheran Church, 2649 N. Francisco, would be appreciated, bbi-ws Ella May Jdnes, born Feb. 13, 1884, passed away June 2, 1975, teacher at Lindbloom High School for 30 years. Active member ot Alpine Club and the First Unitarian Society. Memorial services Friday, June 20, 4 p.m., at the First Unitarian Church, 57th and Woodiawn. In lieu of flowers, aonanoni 10 ine rirsr unitarian society, KAISER Esther S, Kaiser, beloved wife of Lester A.; dear mother ot Robert E., Marllynn J., Richard (Blanche) and the late June Tufls; grandmother ot Catherine and Rickey Kaiser; sister of Sigrid Torset, and the late Bergliot Shallcross and Earl V.. Thomas and Harry Olson. Past officer of Concordia Branch of the Norwood Park Old Peoples Home. Services Thursday, June 19, 11 a.m., al Mat; Funeral Home, 3440 N. Central Av. interment Mount emblem, visitation aner p.m. luesoay, KAPRAK Helen Chesna Kaprak, devoted mother of joseon uosepnine) cnesna ana neien (Vvtautas) Shurn: fond grandmother of Barbara (Stanley) Rvs, Arthur (Pamela), Laura wonnj oiampon, jonn (ueooran). William & Robert Chesna, Diane (Orrv) Boscia and Gloria Shurn; great- grandmother of Rebecca & Katherine chesna and Zackary Rys, Nicole & Natalie Rnscia. Visitation Tuesday 3-10 D.m. Fu neral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. from Thomp. son runerai nome, 55u w. yarn at, to si, Gerald Church. Masi 10 a.m. Interment St, casimir. JM3-U3W KARYSZYN Andrew Karvuvn, beloved husband of Nellie, nee Jurek, Atra; loving father of Eugenia (Edward) Kralacic, Irene Atra and Chester (Virginia) Atra; grandfather ot five; great grandfather ot two. Funeral services Thursday, 1 p.m., at the Monte lair Funeral Home, ovui w. Beimont av, inter men! timwooa cemeterv. na 2-9 jw, KAYSER Richard W. Kayser, beloved husband ol Gertrude, nee Stvpa: lovino father ol Ralph (Grate) Kayser; fond grandfather of Robert and Palricle Kayser; dear brother of Eric (Elite) Kayser. Member of Rhelnlchen Gesang Verein. Services Thursday, June 19, 11 a.m., at Drake and fon Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western Av. ntermenl Rosehill Cemetery. Visitation aner p.m. luesoay, mi-6b4. KENNEDY Michael J. Kennedy, late of South Holland, native ot Dingle, County Kerry, Ireland, beloved husband of Margaret, nee Curran; dear father of Marv (james) La Roche and Noreen (Edward) Tierney; grandfather of eight; brother of Noreen Mickey and Kitty Birmingham; fond uncle ot Mary Curran and John McCarthy. Visita tion aner 5 p.m. 1 uesaay ana weonesaay 2 to 10 p.m. Funeral Thursday, June 19, at 9 a.m., trom the Drumm Funeral Home, 1200 t. loza st., one DiocKwesi ot me caiumet Expressway on U.S. 6, South Holland. Mass 10 a.m. at St. Jude the Apostle Church. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers mast cards appreciated. 333-0011. KLICH Stanley G. KHch, beloved husband of Helen, nee Kedzierski; dear brother of Walter (Wallte), Adeline (Raymond) Opalinskl, Virginia (Frank) Paturalskt and tveivn (tawaroj sievenson; aear orotner in law of Chester Kedzierski (Kedzie): fond uncle of nieces and nephews. Retired member of Div. 241, A.T.U. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m., from Ostapa Funeral Home, 5325 W. Fullerton at Lorel Avenue, to St. Stanislaus 8. & M. Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Adalbert. Please omit tiowers. visitation aner p.m. luesoay. 237-2876. KLUNDER Arthur H. Klunder, age 78, husband ot the late Helen B.. nee Davis: father of Dorothy (David) VanderPioeg and Robert I (Arlene) of Indianapolis, Ind.; grandfather of six; brother of the late Edna. Resting at 1 community Mortuary, ujjbs. inoiana av., : Riverdale, after 2 P.m. Monday. Services Tuesday, 2 P.m. interment cedar nark. KOCH Mane A. Koch, beloved wife of the late William; aear motner ot eny 1 Kaymonoj Verdone: fond grandmother of five; great- grandmother of 10; dear sister of Mae Konerman ana rne iaie cmuy Karsien, William Mellerke, Ida Weiss and Otto Mellerke. Resting at Wieting- & Son Chapel, 3658 S. Wolcott Ave. Funeral pruirpt weanesaav ai 1 o.m. nrermenr Bethania. In lieu of flowers memorials to American cancer society appreciated. 523- 098b. KUPFER Edna M. Kuofer, late of Berwyn, beloved wife of the late Charles A.; dear mother of Robert C. and Marion (John) Kassek; sister of Frank E. and John Cella. Resting at Ivins-Triner Chapel, 80 E. Burlington ko., Kiversioe, aner p.m. 1 uesaay. Cnnnril Thiircriau O.lft m Irnm DmmI to SI. Mary's Church, Riverside. Mass of the Resurrection 10 a.m. Interment Queen ui Heaven cemetery, iniormanon 44- LAK0MIAK John Lakomiak, beloved husband of the late Julie, nee Para; dear brother of Frank (Emily), Florence and Henry (Dorothy). Funeral Wednesday, June 18, 8:30 a.m., from the John H. Patka Funeral Home, 1256-58 W. 51st St., to St. Basil Church. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery. BO 8-5257. LEONARD Eleanor Leonard, beloved wife of the late William; dear mother of Anna May (Adolph) Ryndak, William, Betty Thys, Lillian (Robert) Stevenson and Joan (Peter) Kowalski; also survived by grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Visitation begins Tuesday 6 p.m. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., from DeVriendt Funeral Home. 2708 N. Western Av.. to St. John Berchmans Church. Mass 10 a.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials to favorite chanty appreciated. St. Augustine, Fla. papers please copy. HU 6-1716. LEWIS See Maude Canfieid notice. L0UGHRIN John Edward Loughnn of Northlake, June 14, formerly of the Union League Club of Chicago, brother of Eugene H. Loughrinof Seal Beach, Cel.; nieces and nephews. Memorial services 11 a.m. Saturday at Wm. h. scon Funeral Home, i4oo snerman av. Evanston. interment private. 864-250. MADDEN Joseph F. Madden, beloved husband of Helen; aear tamer ot Katnieen (Michael) Ciavattone; grandfather of Michelle: fond brother of the late James, Edward and Marvin Madden. Visitation at Williams-Kampp Funeral Home, 12 Lake St., Oak Park, Tuesday, 4 to 10 p.m. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., to St. Catherine of Siena Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to American Cancer Society. B4B-BB. MAL0NEY Mary Maloney, nee Burns, age 93, wife of the late David; mother of Irene and the late Francis. Resting at Panozzo Bros. Funeral Home, 300 E. 115th St., after 2 p.m. 1 uesaay. Funeral weonesaay, 9 a.m. to Holv Rosarv Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Ml. Olive). Kindly omit flowers. PU 5-2030. MANDEL Paul Mandel, of Willow Springs, beloved husband of Milada; loving father of Anton (Vivian) Kuzel, Jan (Tannie) Mandel, Milada (Don) Zinngrabe, Paul Jr. (Arlene) Mandel, Thomas and Barbara (James) Tsourmas; grandfather of 15. Visitation from 2 to 10 p.m. Tuesday at Maiioweii & james Funeral Home, 1025 w, 55th St., Countryside. Service 11 a.m. Wednesday. Interment Falrmount Cemetery, tn lieu ot flowers, memorials may be given to the cancer Fund. J52-6500, MARIS ucmnirj lutruuici ifioii, 1117c rvaioinoi is, beloved wife of Michael; loving mother of Steve, Peter, constantme and Kvriakoula; dear daughter of Peter and the late Kvriakoula Katamaris; sister of John. Funeral Wednesday, 11:30 a.m., from cnapei or Aomamts Funeral uirectors, 4700 N. Western Ay. Services 12 noon at St, uemernos cnurcn, mi w. winona. inter ment faimWOOd. J34-I70Q. McKENNA Mary Kathryn Carr McKenna. beloved wife of Edward J.; loving mother of Rev. Edward J. McKenna, James P. (Mary Susan) McKenna, CPD and Marianne (Gerald) Vilt; devoted grandmother of Devin McKenna. Visitation Tuesday and weonesaay, j to y p.m. Funeral 1 nursaay, 9:30 a.m., from Donnellan Funeral Home, Jefferv Blvd. at 77th St.. to St. PhUio Ner Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Holy bepuicnre. bu (mwzi. Mclaughlin Frank J. McLaughlin, beloved son of the late Edward and Jane Kenealy McLaughlin; dear brother of Esther McDonald, Elteen, the late Kathleen Hickey, Walter and Edward McLaughlin. Funeral Thursday. 9:30 a.m.. from Blake- Lamb Funeral Home, 4727 W. 103d St., Oak Lawn, to St. Linus Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet. Visitation after 4 p m. Tuesday. For public transportation into, call 636-1193 or Chicago 735-4242. McNAIR Thomas MrNair, husband of Rose, nee Bielek; father of James; grandfather of tour. Funeral Tuesday, 2 p.m., at the Union Funeral Home, Gillespie, 111. Interment Holy Cross cemetery, Gillespie. M01SEN Peter N. Molsen, beloved husband of the late Ruby; dearest father of Gordon, Eric, Ruby June Davis; also four grandchildren and seven great-grdchildren; fond brother of Marie Johnson. Resting at the A. V. Furman Funeral Home, 3100 Irving Park Rd., after 3 p.m. Tuesday. Services Wednesday 1:30 p.m. Interment Ridgewood Cemeterv. IR 8 5800. MORGAN Gertrude Maher Morgan, beloved wife of George C. Morgan Sr.; devoted mother of George C. Jr. (Marge) and Harold (Mary) Morgan; devoted grandmother of 11; loving sister of Nell McDonough. Visitation after 3 p.m., Tuesday. Funeral Wednesday, 9:15 a.m., from the Sheehy Funeral Home, 10727 S. Pulaski Rd., to Our Ladv of Loretto Church, Hometown. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. ST 3-7700 or MULCAHY Patrick T. Mulcahy, beloved husband of Annie, nee Noonan; loving father of Kathleen Clark, Eugene, Robert, Nancy Simmons and the late Margaret Kearney and Gerald; dear grandfather of sixteen; great- ?randfather of five. Funeral Wednesday : 00 d.m. from the Maloney- Jagla Funeral Home, 2950-58 W. Fullerton at Sacramento, to Our Lady of Grace Church tor mass ar v.su a.m. interment st josepn.J04-.ttfW. NAP0UTAN0 Carlo Napohtano, beloved husband of Maria, nee boizi; tond father of Vito (Mary), Lena (Luciano) Bungaro and Nicola; grandfather ot eight; brother of Bassi and Vito Antonio. Funeral Thursday, id a.m. trom vuucci tk sons Funeral Home, 1339 W. Grand Av. to Santa Maria Addolorata Church. Mass 10:4$ a.m. Inter. ment St. Joseph Cemetery. Visitation alter o p.m. 1 uesaay. 4i-w NELSON cia, f m. im i.u r. fit.. formerly of Roseland. beloved husband of Blanche Mary, nee Trakas; dear father of Richard (Margin, Ronald W, of Gwan and Ariene Alien; grana tamer or seven; brother of Rov W. and Clara E. Moore. Visitation after 5 p.m. Monday and Tuesday 2 to 10 p.m. Funeral Wednesday, June 18, at 9 a.m., from the Drumm Funeral Home, 1200 E. 12d St., one block west of the Calumet Expressway on U.S. 6, South Holland. Mass 10 a.m. at SS. Peter and Paul Church, 125th and Halsted. Interment St. Castmir Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, mass cards will be appreciated. Member and twice Governor of Loyal Order of Moose, Harvey Lodge 1203 (presently Flossmoor) and President of the SS. Peter ano raui noty Name society, jjj-uou NICHIN Helen Nlchln, nee Bogi, beloved wife of stepnen; aear motner 01 Helen (James) Murray, George, Stephen (Shirley); loving grandmother of ten; great-grandmother of tmee; tone sister of Juha Kozma. visitation at Herdeaen Funeral Home. 5fl1fl N Lincoln Ave., alter 7 p.m. Monday, Funeral WPdnesdav, 9:30 a.m., from Chapel to St. Aiphomus Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Marynin cemeiery.LA5-0lB. N0RINSKY Steven Norlnsky, eoe 18, beloved son of Beatrice and the late Sovmour Norlnskv; loving brother of Mark, Suzanne and David; fond grandson of Edna Randazzo and Ihe late Jesse Gavnor and Alex Norms-ky and the late Anne Norlnsky. Graduate of T.F. South High School, 1975. Funeral services Thursday, June 19, 930 a.m., from the Rosemoor Funeral Home, 17943 S. Torrence Ave,, Lansing, 1o St. Ann's Church. 3010 Ridge Rd , Lansina. Mass 10 a.m. Visitation Tuesday, 7 to 10 p.m., and Wednesday, 2 to 10 p m. In lieu ot flowers, memorials to the Heart Fund would be appreciated. Interment Oakland Memory Lanes, aa -u, NORMAN Edith H. Norman In Santa Parbara, Cat beloved wife of the late Wesley O.; loving mother of Adele (David) Sltke, Lois (Robert) pialt and the late W. Leonard dear grandmother ot eight and great orandmother of twoi tond sister of Mrs Julia Johnson. Services Wednesday, June 18. 11 Am at Drake and Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western Av. Inteiment Memorial Park Cemetery. Visitation Tues day 10 9 p.m. 56I-6B4. N0S6AUM Herbert H. Nosbaum of ElkGrove Village, beloved husband ot Virginia; fond father of Carolyn L. (Nicholas) Bonder, Mary (Rob) Voss and Christine D. (Richard) Crane; 10 grandchildren; dear brother of Gertrude Neumann and Alice (Adrian) mvgren. visitation T uesaay 2 to JO p.m. at Lauterburg & Oehler Funeral Home, 2000 E. Northwest Hwy., Arlington Heights, where services will be held Wednesday 11 a.m. Matnnir leruire Tuprtaw. 7 p.m., under auspices of Northern Lights Loage, no. 105b, A.F. & A.M. Interment Acacia Park Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. 253-5423. 0'DEA George T. O'Dea of Wilmette, June 16, beloved husband of Betty Lou, nee Haves; father of George, Thomas, Betty Ann, John and Michael; son of Ethel and the iaie oeorge m. u'uea ot tvanston. Visitation at Wm. H. Scott Funeral Home, 1100 Greenleaf Av., Wilmette, from 3 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. Mass 10 a.m. Wednesday al St. Francis Xavier Church, Ninth and Linden, Wilmette. Interment Calvary. In lieu of tiowers, coninounons to Huoe walker Leukemia Center, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Wesley Pavilion, Superior and Fairbanks, Room 144, Chicago, 60611. 0'LEARY Daniel L. O Leary, fond brother of Frances O'Leary, Marie Brosnan and Bernice Movmhan. Funeral Wednesday, June 18, at 9:30 a.m.. from Sullivan Funeral Hnmp. 2701 W. 63rd St., at Washtenaw Avenue, to St. Rita Church. Member of Father Perez Council 1444 K. of C. Interment Holv sepulchre cemetery. Vistiation after 2 p.m. 1 uesaay, fk 6-bjoq 0LSEN Walter Olsen, dear brother of Stanley (Lottie); fond uncle of Debbie. Services Wednesday, 11 a.m., at Friedrichs Funeral Home, mv w. 35th St. interment Beverly. Visitation Tuesday 7 to 10 p.m. 523-0056. 0'MEARA Daniel E. O'Meara, age 86. beloved hus band of the late Agnes, nee Nolan; dear father ot Daniel E. Jr., Marv C. McNam-ara and the late Timothy P. O'Meara; grandfather of Timothy, Kevin and Mark. Funeral Wednesday, June 18, 9:15 a.m., from Collins Funeral Home, 5350 W. North Ave., to St. Viator Church, for mass at 10 a.m. interment Mount carmei. Member of Chicago Typographical Union Local No. 16. Visitation after 4 p.m., Tuesday. 889- 8844. O'ROURKE Gertrude A. O'Rourke, nee Cheval, beloved wife of the late John R. O'Rourke; loving mother of Elizabeth, Sister Marcella, B.V.M. and John (Geraldine) O'Rourke; dear grandmother of John, Daniel, Thomas, James and Terrence. Funeral Thursday, 9:15 a.m., from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 4727 W. 103d St., Oak Lawn, to St. Terrence Church, 119th and Kostner. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Holy sepulchre Cemetery. For public transportation info, call 636-1193 or Chicago, 735-4242. PAULEY Clara Pauley, nee Bietz, beloved wife of the late John Pauley; loving mother of Marie (Victor) Gargulak, Dorothy (George) Dudney and Rosemary (Wayne) Collins; dear grandmother of eight; fond sister Amanda BolQer of San Antonio. Tex.; dear aunt of Helen Meznarich. Funeral Wednesday, 8:45 a.m., from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 4727 W. 103d St., Oak Lawn to uueen ot Martyrs cnurcn. interment Mount Carmei Cemeterv. Kankakee. Visitation after 2 p.m. Tuesday. For public- trans, information can 636-1 iyj or 35-424Z. PEGL0W Hilda Peglow of Forest Park, wife of the late William F. Pealow; loving mother of Rosalyn (Harvey) Peterson; grandmother of William Doellj great-grandmother of tour; sister ot trnst bicnman. Derma Neitsch and Emma Franz. Funeral Thursday, 11 a.m., at Zimmerman and Son Funeral Home, 7319 Madison St., Forest Park. Entombment Oakridge Abbey. Visi tation weonesaay 1 p.m. until y p.m, 366-2200. PESIR ' Agnes E. Pesir, nee Dank, on June IS, 1975, beloved wife of the late Frank A.; loving mother of Frank J. (Irene A.); fond grandmother of Norma J.; devoted sister of John (Christine) and Frank (Mildred) Dank and Emily (Joseph) Mallal, Mildred (me iaie Harry) uurxin; tona aunt ot nieces and nephews. Funeral Thursday, 11 a.m.. at the new Westchester Funeral Home, 10501 W. Cermak Rd., two blocks west of Mannheim Road. Cremation Woodiawn. Visitation Tuesday 6 to 10 p.m. and Wednesday 2 to 10 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to Alexian Brothers Medical Center, 800 W. Biester-field Rd., Elk Grove Village, in memory of Agnes t. Kesir. 562-5VUU. P0K0RSKI Cecelia Pokorskf, June 15, loving mother of Edward (Margaret): dear grandmother of Thomas and Daniel; fond sister of Valentine Jaskoviac. Visitation after 4 p.m. Monday. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., from Donnellan Funeral Home, 10525 S. Western Av.. to St. John Fisher Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Mary. Member of Telephone Pioneers of America, bb 80075. PUSCHECK Alvin F. Puscheck of Prescott, Ariz., formerly of Brookfield, beloved husband ol Anna, nee Slrandouisf; loving father of Verle Sack and Betty Yusba; brother of Elizabeth Gimbel andPaul; grandfather of three ; great-grandfather of two. Visitation at Johnson Funeral Home, 3845-47 Prairie Av., Brookfield, Tuesday 4 to 10 P.m. Graveside services Wednesday, June 18, 10 a.m., at Clarendon Hills Cemetery. In lieu ot tiowers, donations to the Heart Fund appreciated. 485-0214. REINERT See the June W. DeCelles notice.' RITTER Florence M. Ritter, nee McGuin, beloved wife of Floyd M. Ritter; dear sister of Marv McGuin and tne late james, jonn, Frank and Lawrence McGuin; fond aunt of many. Please omit flowers. Funeral Wednesday, June 18, 9:30 a.m., 10 St. Fiilah Church. 1845 S. 9th Av.. Ma Y wood. Mass ot the Resurrection 10 a.m. Inter ment Queen of Heaven. Visitation at P M Smith and Sons Funeral Home, 245 Madi son st., oak park, atter 2 p.m. 1 uesaay. RIZZ0 Vincent R zro. be oved husband of Ethel nee Richardson: loving father of Victor. Vincent Jr. and Joseph; dear son of Carmella and the late Victor Rizzo; fond brother of Jack, Victor and Rose Marie (John) Pishotta; dear son in law of Dora Richardson. Funeral services Wednesday, 1 : 30 p.m., at The Monlclair Funeral Home, 6901 W. Belmont Av. Interment Shalom Memorial Park cemetery. 622-9J00 R0CK0FF Harrv Rockoff. beloved husband of Sue. nee Liberman; devoted father of Sharon (Les) Feinglass; fond grandfather of Neil, Cary and Hope; dear brother ot Alice (Nathan) Greenberg and Frank Rockoff. Services Wednesday, 10 a.m., at Piser Norm buouroan Memorial cnapei, wuu n. Skokie Blvd.. Skokie. Interment Menorah Gardens Cemeterv. Friends are asked to pay their respects at the time of services. 69-440 R0DIN0 Joseph Rodlno of Hillside, beloved hus band ot the late Maria, nee Paoandrea: dear father ot Salvatore (Faith); loving grandfather ot Joseph Allan. Retired member of Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees. Resting at Hennessv's Hillside-Berkelev Funeral Home. 5903 Burr Oak Av., Berkeley, from Tuesday noon. Funerai weonesaay, v: jo a.m., to st. Domitilla Church. Interment Mount Carmei. 544 0100. RYAN Dona Id J. Rvan. dear father of Donald. Rickie and Jeffrey; tond son of Roland and Ins; brother of Roland, Michael and Kerry. Services Wednesday, 10 a.m., at Liddv Chapel, 4920-24 Irving Park Rd. Visitation Tuesday 6 to 10 p.m. Interment nnarynin. m i du. RYNER Cecil T. Ryner, beloved husband of Vera dear father of Adele (Eugene) Frieders loving grandfather of Bonnie Jeannie Fneaers; tona orotner ot uessa DOhm. Visitation 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Stirlen- pieper Funeral Home, uv w. Main st, Barrinoton, I II.. where services will be hel rials may be made to the Knights templar nome, raxton, 111. interment tvergreen, JBI-J41I. RZESZOTARSKI ' Doru L. Rresiotarski, nee Krleger, formerly of Brookfield, beloved wife of Edmund: fond mother ot Civile (Putt Emrick ,nd Michael Hobson; grandmother or iwo; surer or nerDen ano we late Rudie; daughter in law of Zvgmund and Mary Rzesiotarski. Resting at Hitieman runerai nome, v4 w. jist Brookfield. Funeral Thursday. 0 a.m.. t Resurrection Church. Wavne. III. Mass 1 a.m. Interment Resurrection. Please omit tiowers. Masses aooreciated. Visitation i uesaay atter 4 p.m. ass-woo. MORE PEOPLE WILL KNOW When you place death notices in the Chicago Tribune, you reach over 2.7 million Sunday readers and on weekdays are part of the largest daily circulation in town. Your Funeral Director will arrange to place your notice in the Chicago Tribune to give you tho benefit of greatest readership. SAUWASSER - Gretchen J. sanwasser. mm ??"'''": dearly beloved wile of the late William; loving mother ol Lucille G. Bensen and Florence M. Sallwasser; fond lister of Clara Bisch; grandmother ot Linda- J, Leineweber; great grandmother of Richard. Funeral service Wednesday 1 m. at Ihe Belmont Funeral Home, 71M W. Belmont Ave. Interment Ridgewood Cemetery, visitation Tuesday 2 10 10 ,.m. Info. 286-2500 SCHNEIDER James P. Schneider, or wnmeu., suddenly, in Denver, Col., beloved husband of Rose; loving father of Russell J.. Deborah L. and Cheryl L ; devoted son of Anna Therese and the late Anton Schneider; brother ol Lucille (Robert) Holm, Janet (Robert) Kloenter. Ronald (Nancy) and Roger (Chris) Schneider. Visitation Tuesday, J to P.m. Funeral Wednesday. 9:30 a.m., from Donnellan-Fitigerald-Franklin Funeral Home, 1004$ Skokie Blvd., at Old Orchard Road, to St. Joseoh Church, wilmette. Mast 10 a.m. Interment lamily lot. 47S-1990. SCHR0EDER Andrew Schroeder, age 12, husband of In late Elsie, nee Geis; loving lather of Edaar, Irene and Betty Ann Scnulmeister; broiher of John, Lillian and Catherine; 14 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday, 1 p.m., at John V, May Funeral Home, 4553-61 Milwaukee Av. Interment private. Visitation Tuesday after 4 p.m. Please omit flowers, SEDRICK Cornelia Elizabeth Sedrlck, nee Brlnkman, beloved Wife of the late John; loving sister . ot lena Buikema, Alice (Jerry) Nugent, Florence Levy, Marie (Bernard) Kloese and Joseph (Eugenia) Brinkman. Easter brar services :ju p.m. luesoay, June i, under the auspices of Pica Chapter No. 647, O.E.S., at Fairbrother Funeral Home, 4447 w. Irving Park Rd. Services 1 p.m. Wednesday, June II. Visitation alter 4 p.m. Tuesday. Interment Mount Emblem Cemetery. AV t-5610 . SEDRICK John William Sednck, beloved husband of the lale Cornelia ; loving father ot Dorothy (Howard) MacKey; fond grandfather of three; great-grandfather ot eleven. Masonic services Tuesday, June 17, 8p.m., under the auspices of Kelvin Park Lodge No. 1075, A.F. & A.M. Services 1 P.m. Wednesday, June 18. Visitation after 4 p.m. Tuesday. Interment Mount Emblem Cemeterv. AV 6-5610 SHAWR0N Donalyne C. Shawron, age 71, suddenly, of Naperville, beloved daughter of Arthur and Henriette; loving sister of Dean A., Jay Paul and Cynthia L.; dear granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Skowron. Funeral' mass Thursday, 9:30 a.m., at SS. Peter and Paul Church. Interment private. Visitation after 3 p.m. Wednesday at the Friedrich Funeral Home, 44 S. Mill St., Naperville. 35502 1 3. SIMS Edward W. Sims, beloved husband of the late Esther; lond father of Thelma, Shirley and Mildred; grandfather of three; greatgrandfather of one. Visitation at time of services, 1 p.m. Tuesday, June 17, 197S, at Beaumont Funeral Home, 1458 W. Belmont. Burial Graceland Cemetery. Please omit flowers. Memorials to Kidney Foundation. LA 5-3132 SPAN OLA Joseph Spanola on Monday, June 16, 1975,. of Westchester, III., beloved husband of Anna, nee Mamo; loving father of Joseph J. Jr (Shirley) and Raymond P. (Penny Spanola; dear grandfather of six. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., from the new Westchester Funeral Home, 10501 W. Cermak Rd., two blocks west of Mannheim Road, to Divine Providence Church. Mass 10 a.m. Entombment Queen of Heaven. Visitation Tuesday from 1 to 10 p.m. 562-5900. STANLEY Florence E. Stanley, late of Riverside beloved wife of the late William M.; dear mother of Virginia C. Johnson; grandmother of Jean D. Dlugokienski. Restinf at Ivins-Triner Chapel, 80 E. Burlington Rd., Riverside. Services Wednesday 1 p.m. Interment Forest Home Cemetery. In lieu ot flowers donations to Salvation Army preferred. Visitation Tuesday 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Information 447-2261. STE1NER Elizabeth T. Steiner, nee Teubel, wife of the late John; mother of Elsie John) Murphy, Carol (Calvin) Trock, John (Lorna) Steiner and the tate Dorothy Palasek; grandmother of 11; sister of Mitii Litschauer and the- late Therese Pilcher of Austria and the late John Teubel. Resting at Hallinan Funeral Home, 2601 Vermont St., Blue Island, until 10 a.m. Thursday. Services 1:30 P.m. Thursday, at First Lutheran Church. Interment Evergreen Cemeterv. Visitation after 7 p.m. Tuesday. FU 5-0850. - STREB Manon K . Streb, beloved wife of Henry B. i . loving mother of Henry (Alice) and Albert (Marian); grandmother of seven; fond, sister of the Rev. Albert Dulberg of Post Falls, Idaho, Ruth Smith of Carol Stream. III., Mildred Williams of Flint, Mich., Anna Lamanna of Priest River, Idaho and Harriet Marshall of Chicago. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., from Ellgass-Andersen Funeral Home, 4117 W. Armit-age Ave., to St. Phitomena Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery. Please omit flowers. Visitation Monday, after 7 p.m. and Tuesday, after 1 p.m. 235-6019 SUNDQUIST Ernest Sundgufst,- beloved husband of Elsie, nee Rychtik; brother and sister in Sweden. Services Wednesday, June 18, 2 p.m., at H. Marik Sons Funeral Home, 6507 W. Cermak Rd., Berwyn. Interment Woodiawn. Visitation Tuesday, atter S p.m. GU 4-6310 or Bl 2-3255 TADDEO See Louis J. Germano notice. VUK0 Frances A. Vuko. beloved wife of the tate Christ; fond mother of John, CPO (Eleanor), Madelene (Edward) Bakun, Violet (Jack) Zolpand the late Peter; also survived by 12 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Funeral Thursday. June 19, 9:15 a.m., from Model! Funeral Home, 5725 S. Pulaski Rd., to St. Rita Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment SI. Mary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, masses preferred. Visitation Wednesday 2 p.m. to 10 P.m. PO 7-4730. WERHANE Anna T. Werhane, nee Tomandl, of Kildeer, beloved wife of Harold F.; dear mother of Virginia aAnn (Arnold) Larsen, Jennie Lee (Frank) Schrage and Robert L. (Ann) Werhane; grandmother of 12; sister of Helen Sobotka, Lucille Williamson, Marie Dun I op, John, Stanley (Frances) and Richard Tomandl. Visitation Monday, after 2 p.m. at Hanekamp Funeral Home, 385 Waukegan Rd., Northbrook (one half mile north of Dundee Road). Memorial services Tuesday, 2 P.m., at St. Peter United Church of Christ, 2700 Willow Rd.. Northbrook. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Condell Memorial hospital ot Liberlyville appreciated. 272-3B90 WHITEHEAD Lawrence E. Whitehead, age 69, of Lombard, retired trom Edison Company, beloved husband ot Helen, nee Funk; fond father ot Kenton D. (Mary J.) of San Dieqo and Diane E. of Chicago; grandfather ot Hilary. Resting at the Brust Funeral Home, 135 S. Main St., Lombard, after 7 p.m. Tuesday till 11:30 a.m. Thursday. Lying in state at the First Church of Lombard (Maple Street Chapel ) trom noon to time of service 2 p.m. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens West. 629 0094 WHITE See Ihe June W. DeCelles notice. W0JN0VICH Luba Woinovich, nee Savkovich, beloved wife of Steve Woinovich; fond sister of the late Savka Banic; aunt ot John Bank of Chicago and Juro Savkovich of Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Visitation Tuesday, 9 a.m., to 10 p.m. Services Wednesday 1:30 p.m. at Sax-Tiedemann Funeral Home, 9568 Belmont Av., Franklin Park. Interment Acacia Park Cemetery, Former resident of H ibbing, Minn., for over 50 years. 678-1950. YURKIW Michael Yurkiw, beloved husband of Anna; dear father of Emilia (Walter) Furman, Adam (Carol), Gregory (Mary), Olga (Sal) . Scianna; loving grandfather ot nine. Resting at Muzvka and Son Funeral Home, 2157 W. Chicago Av. Funeral Tuesday, 10 a.m., , to St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral. Interment St. Nicholas Cemetery. BR 1-7767. ZEGAR John Zegar, beloved husband of Stephanie, nee Szesrol ; dear brother of Frank (Mary), Stanley (Mary), Edward (Sophie), Joseph) (Adeline), Vivian Lazarski and- Irene (John) Rogala. Funeral Thursday. June 19, 9:30a.m., from Kolssak Funeral Home, 4255-59 W. Division, cor. Kildare, to St. Francis of Assisi Church. Mats 10 a m. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery. AL 2-3600. I

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