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14 Section 3 Chicago Tribune, Thursday, May 13, 1976 Thompson, Scott tilt on crime immunity By John Elmer Chicago Trlbuno Priu Service. SPRINGFIELD Atty. Gen. William Scott and his Republican running mate, James Thompson, traded verbal punches Wednesday over the granting of immunity to persons who bribe public officials. Scott touched off the exchange by sharply criticizing what he called a trend toward letting persons who offer bribes go unpunished in an effort to convict those who accept the payoffs. . Thompson, GOP candidate for governor, replied that Scott might take another look at the immunity question if he ever gets the authority to prosecute criminals in Illinois. SCOTT'S COMMENTS . came at a meeting of the House appropriations committee and appeared aimed at Thompson, who made frequent use of the immunity law while United States attorney for northern Illinois. Asked about the immunity issue, Scott said that in some cases "there is no attempt to punish the people I think are doing the worst things." Scott Asserted that prosecutors often "go after the public officials and forget about the people doing the bribing." Though he carefully avoided naming Thompson, Scott cited as an example the immunity grant to William Miller, former chairman of the Illinois Racing Board, for testimony which helped Thompson convict the late Gov. Otto Kerner on racetrack-related charges. HE ALSO NOTED THAT another principal in the case, Mrs. Marjorie Everett, a major racetrack owner, was never charged and is now operating racetracks- in California. Asked about Scott's remarks during a visit to the Capitol, Thompson said he had never granted immunity to anyone unless he had to do it to obtain evidence. "Immunity most often went to those who came to us first," he said. Where there was an option, Thompson said, his office "went after public officials because they took an oath to uphold the law". $1 million bond set for teen in blinding of W. Side man A COOK COUNTY grand jury Wednesday indicted Harry Jenkins, 19, and ordered him held on a $1 million bond in connection with the shooting and blinding of a West Side man during a holdup, attempt behind his home. Jenkins, of 5930 W. Race Av., was indicted on charges of attempted murder, attempted robbery, and aggravated battery in the attack on Nicholas Comi-to, 58, a machinist. Comito was reported in stable condition Wednesday in West Suburban Hospital, Oak Park. He was shot in the head and chest Monday afternoon when he refused to give up his wallet to two robbers at the rear of his home at 5919 W. Ohio St. JENKINS AND A 15-year-old juvenile were arrested Tuesday. Jenkins was taken into custody as he hid in a closet in the basement of his home, which is a few hundred feet southwest of Comito's home. A 38 caliber revolver believed used in the shooting was found in the basement. The 15-year-old was in custody of juvenile authorities on a delinquency petition listing the same charges as those lodged against Jenkins. Police also charged Jenkins' brother, Ray, 17, with obstructing police for allegedly attacking policemen who were making the arrest. Death notices Obituaries Mrs. Earl V. Hughes Mrs. Hazel Whitaker Hughes, 79, of 850 DeWitt PI., died. Wednesday in St. Francis Hospital in Evanston. A representative for furniture manufacturers with showrooms in the Merchandise Mart, Mrs. Hughes was the first director of merchandising service for the Mart and. was in charge of exhibit production for .the annual Good Design shows during the 1950s. She was a past president of the Illinois chapter of the National Home Fashions League and as elected a fellow of the league in 1973. Survivors Include her husband, Earl; a son, Fred; a daughter, Mrs. Maxine West; five grandchildren; and a sister. Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the chapel at 1035 N. Dearborn St. , James W. Mosher James W". Mosher, 57, of 8601 W. 144th St., Orland Park, died Wednesday in Palos Community Hospital. Mr. Mosher had been with Union Carbide Co. 38 years and had been Chicago production manager for 10 years before his promotion two months ago to plant manager at Kentland, Ind. Surviving are his widow, Annamae; four sons, William, James, Greg, and Michael; two daughters, Claudia Brooks and Annamae; and six grandchildren. Mass will be at 10:30 a. m. Saturday in St. Michael Catholic Church, 143d Street and West Avenue, Orland Park. Francis D. Sitzberger Francis D. Sitzberger, 33, of 1305 87th St., Downers Grove, died Wednesday in his home. Mr. Sitzberger was director of purchasing for Adcraft, Manufacturing Co., 2700 W. Roosevelt Rd., Broadview, and had been with the company 13 years. Surviving are his widow, Jean; three lOCEK Edit l HM, tWMW Wile er Jerry A.; dear mother ot ovme A.) toad sllter of Cart (Louise) ion-mer. Either (William) Mitchell and the latt Bemhard Sommer. Service! Friday. Ur 14, 10 .!., Mill Funeral Home, Mat) N. Central Av. Interment Acacia Park. Visitation Wednesday alter P-m- iowm See Larnenne pan nana. , children, Bart, Matthew, and Laura; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sitzberger; a brother; and four sisters. Mass will be at 10 a. m. Saturday in St. Scholas-tica Catholic Church, 6800 Janes St., Woodridge. , Mrs. Elsie Proehle Mrs. Elsie Proehle, 85, sister of Cook County Recorder of Deeds Sydney R. Olsen, died Wednesday at the Norwood Park Home, 6106 N. Nina Av. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Mildred Gernhofer and Mrs. Helen Van Altin, and eight grandchildren. Services will be at 10:30 a. m. Friday at St. John's , Evangelical Lutheran Church, 4939 W. Montrose Av. John C. Christie John Campbell Christie, 71, of 871 LongwoodDr., Lake Forest, died Wednesday in Lake Forest Hospital. He was an early organizer of the Air Line Pilots Association and was an official of the association for more than 25 years before his retirement in 1970. Mr. Christie directed negotiations for the pilots association for many years. Survivors include his widow, Pauline; three sons, John C. Jr., Alexander M., and Edward C; seven ' grandchildren; and a sister. Memorial services will be at 5 p. m. Friday in the First Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest, 700 N. Sheridan Rd., in the suburb. Mary V. Salmon ' Mass for Miss Mary V. Salmon, 91, will be said at 11 a.m. Friday in St. Cajetan Church: 11234 S. Artesian Av. .Miss Salmon, who worked more than 40 years for the Katz Advertising Agency, died Tuesday in her home at 111th Street and Western Avenue. She is survived by a sister and three brothers. Florists Sympathy Flowers. MANY WAYS TO CHARGE 7 A A n77APn Sundavs jtrunu Funeral Directors JOHN CARROLL SONS "HOME FOR FUNERALS" K E. Etit WHItehell 4060 In Memoriom fEROLO Joieph I. Finis. Ma 11. 174 It hat been two veart tinea you were taken from ul. but all ttw lima In th world cannot trail your memory nor I me low wa an nave tot you. YOU art tortver in our neons ana thoughts. . Your loving wlfa and Children. Josephine, Joav and Linda ROMANOFSKY ' Edward Romanofskv, May 13, 1967 in roving memory of my nusband. sen In mv avaa I can't win Th echo In my haart will alwayt lay. Low Halan, Son ft Family Fraternal Notices CHKAOO UX. NO MS, .110. Joseph Ralkowskl, ratlrad praiiman, oaiiad away May 11. Sarvicaa tram Kolssek Funaral Homa, 4255 W. Dlvlilon, on Friday, May 14. at a.m. George K. Gundarttn. Prat. ToPlaYour "In Memma.1." Notice or Memorial Day ' Call Miss Thomas 222-3647 Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. before May 2k Cemeteries . Crematories . Wlemoria (Park CEMETERY and MAUSOLEUM CREMATORIUM COLUMBARHJM PERPETUAL CHARTER TOR MEMBERS OF ALL FAITHS 1900 GROSS POINT ROAO SKOKK, ILLINOIS SM-SOW-SMI 864-5061-5082 Elmwood Cemetery Sac. 44, 1 grave lot I9O0 Call collect, ounn 3T2-741-2245 Glen Oaks, 2 lott with head itone. says yrv4j i grave lot. Choice location. Sec 9 Kiooewooo cemetery, zer-uuio IRVING Park-4 grave lot SB00, Cataloa taction 674-1630. MEMORY GARDENS, a lot!. Reasonable 945-3129evei J L6tS- For tale. Acacia Pk. wood wc. S675-4II eJ 627-5276 Death notices ADLER Sol O. Adler of 3440 N. Lake Short Dr., beloved husband of Rota, nea Kemlntky; dear tamer of Howard (Lenore) and Jack (Lenore); loving grandfather of Debra, Joseph, Jef frey, Edward. Aram, Amy and Julie; loving ton of Sarah and the late Jacob; fond brothof of Franc at King, Irving, Bernlce Kroloft and the lata Annette Leonard, all el Phoenls. Ariz, Service! Friday. 2 a.m., at Original Welntteln and Sont inaoei, aoiv w. rerenon av. interment Memorial Park Cemetery, Skoktt, III, In lieu of flowers, con tribution may be made to the Dyt-tunctlonlng Child Canter, 1J7 N. Dearborn St. into, ui-1890. AKIN - ' D rUflM I lam Akin M.. 11 1976, ot Hinsdale, hutband ot Evi-lyn P.i father of Sandra (Martini Grosti grandfather of Alllion ant Jittery; brother of Mrt. Glenn Ro bert, eugene and Lawrence Akin Memorial aervlce i a.m. Saturday ai the Chapel of the Union Church 01 Hintoaie. in lieu 01 tiowen, memo rlalt may be lent to Protbvter en-St Luket Hoipllal Cancer Reteardi r A MKJ4. ALVSAKER Samuel O. Arvteker, of lller j Laka, III., beloved huibend of Alice, net Urheim; fond father of Loll I (Roy) Anderson; loving grendtefhet of Sutan (Gary) Flynn and Ruber Anderton; dear brother ot Alt (An niet Aiiaaar ana leryia trienvit Vltltetlon Friday, 3 to 5 end t t K am. at Lauterburg ei-d Oeh Funaral Homa. 2000 e. Northweo Hwy., Arlington Heiohtt, where tar vital will be held Saturday, 1 a Interment St. John'l Cemetery. C ftibutlona may be made to the St John'l United Church of Chrltt, Ml N, Evergreen St.i Arllngtoi Helghta. 253,6424. ANDRET1CH Stanley w. AndretKh. lata of Dyer Ind., beloved hutband of ttw latt Ella, nea Mauerj dear ton of thi leto John and Marv Andretich: font brother of Francat (Theodora! seabioom, Mary (the late Pater Nickilc, Mildred (John) Porooat . John Andretich and the late Willian (Jult net and Joseph Andret eft many nieces and neohawt. Funer Friday, 9 a.m., from Komparo Fu naral Homa. oast S. Commercia Av., to Sacred Heart Church. Matt 9:30 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchra cemetery. oe-aauu. BAGDON Mary Begdon, nag Jankauskat, be loved motner ot Anton (Thereto) and the lata Edward (Violet); frandmother of Anthony, Ronald Karen), Edward and the lata Kathleen. Funaral Friday, 8:X a.m. from Bieiiunat Funeral Home. 4341 s. California Ave., to Immaculate Con ception Church, interment St. Ann Cemetery, Spring Valley, III. LA3- 494. BARSFJ. viola M. Banal, beloved wlfa ot the lata Clifford A. Banal; fond titter of William H. (Ruth) Pavllck of Tulta. Okla. and Franclt (Grace) Pavlick of Motlnee, Wli. Service! Thunday, 1 a.m., at Smith-Corcoran Funaral Home, 6150 N. c cero av. Interment Acacia Park. Vliltatlon attar 4 a.m. wednetday. 73433. BAZI0TES See Contenting L. Malevltli notice, BEAUGUREAU Ruth Beeugureeu. nag Smutny, loved wife of George; loving mother ot Laurence (Joan). Martha Bare, Pamela (Ronald) Reihl, Mlchele uonni Hail not. Barry (Katn aen) Brian and the lata Barbara E.i fond grandmother of nine; der titter of Hilda Walth. Funeral Friday. :15 a.m., from Llddy Chaoal, 4920-24 Irving Park Rd., to St. Eugene Church. Interment All Salnti. Vliltatlon wednetday, alter 4 a.m. KIS4330 BEGUN Kathryn P. Beglen, formerly of Glenvlew, May 1, wife of the latt Harry F. Beglen 1 mother of Mri. (eeraio (jane) Mann, Mrt. Jonn M. (Claire) Crocker. Henry John and Richard Jotaph Begleni five ' grandchildren; titter of Mrt. Otcat ui. tAiyi Meyer, men Friday, 11 a.m. at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Glenvlew. Interment All Salntt. In lieu of flowert contribution may be mode to the American cancer Society, tall orr neton Ave. fvanilon. Vliltatlon t p m.-a o.m. hurtoav at Wm H tVntt Funeral Homa, 1100-04 waukeoan Rd., Glen- view. PAaou BERTRAM Frederick W. Bertram of Cryttel Lake, deer hutband of Elaine, net Bubenhtlm; loving tether of Philip, Dougiat, Neil and Nancy, all of vrytiai Lane; gear ton ot William F. of Elmhurtt; fond brother 01 raw ot muter, Mich, and Mn. Gertrude Hotwe of Elmhunt. Funer. al lervlcat I P.m. Friday at the Immanuel Lutheran Church at Crvt. tal Lake. Vltltetlon from 4 ft 10 a.m. inunoey at ma uuememmat Funeral Home, Jup w. Terra Coita Av., Crvttal Laka. In lieu ot flmMra. . memorial contrlbutloni to the rhurrh or the Cryttal Laka Fellowihla Of wn-iiiian Ainiaroa. a 11-4-1744 BOYD Mabel B. Bora, nea can, ai. or Elmhunt, III., beloved wife of the late Arthur C.t loving mother of Evelyn; tutor of Ollen Whitlow. At the Peoanait-RyDarg Mortuary, 43S N. York St.. Elmhunt, where frlendt may call Thunoav 12 noon to S a m. and 7 ta t p.m. Funeral Friday, 11 a.m., at Fint united Methoditt Church, York and Church Streett.Elmhuret. Interment Mount Emblem. Into. 134-1134. BREDEN Rotemerry M. Bntdan. at Glenvlew, dear titter of Dorothy Peterton, Edward. Jemot, John and Ltd. Funaral from Mever-Simokint Funeral Homa, 0251 Demptter St., Morton Grove, Friday, 10 a.m., re St. Catherine Labourt Church. Matt 10:30 a.m. Interment All Saintt. Vliltatlon Thunder, 2 to f a.m. YO 5-2500. BUCKBERG Set Erlno ftilM not let. BUGOAS sat potirn letortouttt notica. BURNS Betty j. Bum. nee nAotat, betoveo mother ot Kathy (Brian) Pokiacki; fond daughter of George and the late Mary; loving grandmother of Trecey. Service! Friday, 10 a.m., at Malec and Son Funaral Home, oDDO N. Milwaukee Av. Interment R idee wood. 774-4100. CAREY r Thomat F. Carey, beloved hutband of Virginia, nea Cobb, nea Hubbard; devoted father of Thomat and Wil liam; grandtatntr ot tracv; gear ion of Patrick and the late Sarah; fond brother of Rick, Richard and Jim. Vliltatlon begin Thunday, 7 p.m. at Barr Funeral Homa, 6272 Broadway. Funaral Friday, :30 a.m. to St. Jerome Church, man 10 a.m. Interment St. Jotcoh't. Pleete omit flowert. SH3-4034 CARROLL ' Joteph L. Carroll, beloved ton of the lata Patrick and Anna, nee Butler; fond brother of Francat Sauber - of St. Charlat, III. Funeral Friday, ,10:30 a.m., from Curler Funeral Home, 3510-20 W. 79th St., to St. Thomat Mora Church for man at 11 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. In lieu of flowen, make donation to American Cancer Society. Visitation after 3 p.m. Thursday. 770-2700. CH0DD John J. Chodd, beloved husband of LaVernt C nea Karstens; dear father of Beverly (Donald) Tuzln and Patricia (Joseph) Miller; fond brother or. Edmund, Jean, Jutting Cummingt, Elavne Rvan, Ray and the late Helen Chodd. Service! Thunday, 11 a.m., at Smith-Corcoran Funeral Homa, 6150 N. Cicero Av. Interment Oakrldge. Vlil tatlon wednetday from 1 until 5 and from 7 until 10 p.m. 736-3833. CHRISTIE John Campbell Chrittie, age 71, Of Lake Forest, III., May 12, 1976, hutband of Pauline; father ot John C. Jr., Alexander M. and Edward C. Christie: grandfather of taven; brother of Mn. Edith (George V.) Chamberlain. Memorial service! 5 p.m. Friday, May 14 at the Fint Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest, 700 N. Sheridan Rd. No vliltatlon. Interment pr vara, in lieu ot tiowen contribution! may be made to Laka Forest Hospital, info: 234-0022 C0NF0RTI Mary A. contortl, net santini, suddenly, on Tuesday, May 11. 1976, loving mother of Rosemary Aivino; dear grandmother of Larry, Mario, l-rank ano nnary Aivino; rono liner of Llna Santlnl. Funeral Friday, at 9:30 a.m., from the Conboy Funeral Home, 6150 w. North Av., to St. Gllet Church. Man 10 a.m. Interment Mount Carmel. Vliltatlon Wednesday from 7 until 10 p.m. and Thursday from 3 until 10 p.m. 237-1134. CONRAD Luc lie G. Conrad, nee jackiewia. beloved wife of the late George; dear mother of Ceclle Halei; fond tiller ot Alvlna Blleckl, Tillie and Julian Jackiawicz. Funeral Friday, May 14, 9 a.m., from Collin Funeral Homa, 5350 W. North Av., to St. Peter Caniiius Church for mast at 9:30 a.m. Interment Resurrection. visitation Thurtdav 3 to 10 p.m. 094844. COY Dorii E. coy, nag Zadc, beloved wife of Wayne; dear mother of Mereditn Tucker; grandmother or Robbie and Craig; titter of Edward Zack and Ethel Luzkow. Memorial services Saturday, May 15, at 11 a.m., Fint Presbyterian Church of Itatca. III. Pleaie omit f owen. Contribution! to the American Cancer society win be appreciated. DAVIDSON Lillian A. Davidson, net Baker, beloved wife of the lata Royal; dear mother of Mary Jean (Robert) Lundtren and Mamne (George) Strombom; grandmother of four; great-grandmothtr of one; liiter af Helen McKinnie, waiter Biker ana the latt Edna Martin, Maude Row-att, Rosa, Harry and Arthur Baker. Funeral Friday. May 14, 1 p.m., from Kotssak of Wheeling Funeral Home, 189 s. Milwaukee, to St. Hil ary Epiicopal Church, Proipoct Heights, service! 1:30 p.m. interment Mount Emblem. Viiitation from 4 to 9:30 p.m. Thunday. Pleaie omit flowen. $37-6600. DE FABI0 tmmi ut r-aoio, net mraz, oeioveo wife of Attlllio; loving mother of Michael (Mariana). Richard (Judith). Louisa and David; dear lister of Joseph (Nettie). John (Hum), Anna (Arcnie) cnarooneau. Margaret Malachek and Velma (Charlat) Brtndtl; fond grandmother of Laura, John, Bryan and Kevin. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.m., from Kolbm Funeral Home, 6641-57 W. Hiogin Av., to St.Conttanca Church. Man 10 a.m. Interment All Saint! Cemetery. Vliltatlon Thursday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Pleas omit tiowen. 774-3232. DoJULIO Domin ck DtJuiio. beloved hutband of the late Helem loving lather of Jamei (Angelina) and Robert (Linda); fond brother of Florence, Edith and the late Anthony, Warner and Emll. Funeral Friday, 1:45 a.m., from The Original Rago Brothen Funeral Home, 5120 W. Fullerton. Man 9:30 a.m. at St. Genevieve Church. Interment St. Joteph Cemetery. Pleaie omit flowert. AR6-7800 or NA2-5120 DESMOND Francat C. Desmond, net Calahent, beloved wlfa of the lata Richard J. Desmond; loving mother of Mary Francat (Philip) Davis; dear grandmother of Richard Desmond Davis and Felicia Maureen Davli; fond lister of the late Nellie Furlong and Leo Calahane. Vliltatlon Thunday t a.m. to 10 a.m. at Oonnellan-Fitngrald-Franklin Funeral Home, 10045 Skokle Blvd. at Old Orchard Rd. Funeral Man 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Saintt Faith, Hope and Charity Church, 191 Linden, Wlnnetka. Interment Holy Sepulchra. 675-1990. DEUTSCH Anne Deuttch, aoe 21 nee Martin, suddenly. May 9, 1976, beloved wife of John J.; loving daughter of Nancy and John Martin, C.F.D.i dear litter of John, James, Joseph, Loretta, Marv, Jerry, Patricia and Jaton; granddaughter of Anna and John Dt-vltt and Bridget and John Martin. Funeral Friday. 9 a.m. from Shel-don-Goglln Funaral Home, 5935 W. Belmont Ave to St. Ferdlnnd Church. Matt 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Joteph. Vliltatlon alter 1 p.m. Wednetday and Thurtdav. In lieu of flowert, maiiet would be tpprelo atad. 237-4404. de vino Rocco R. Da vino, beloved husband of Alice, net Hanson; fond father of Ruth Schuli, Muriel (Joe) Lorber, Lolt (Dan) Kretiy, Ronald (Diane)' De Vltto; loving grandlathai of Jack, Scott, Caryn Schuli, Laura, Lisa Lorber, Cheryl, Tony Krettv, Michael, Linda, Joey. Jimmy and Ronnie De Vitto; fond brother of Mary (Sam) English, Sol (Ann) Dg Vltto, Michael (Laura) Dg Vltto, Theresa (Jamet) Hunt, Frank (Marie) De Vltto, Louis (Suet Dt Vltto; dear uncle of many niece and nephewi. Services Friday, 2 p.m., at Llddy Chapel, 4920-24 Irving Park Rd. Interment Mount Olive. Pleaie emit flowen. Kl 54220. DEVITT See Anne Deuttch notice. DOYLE See Thomat i. Noonan tr. notice. DOYLE Sat Marl A. Gursch nolle. ENRiGirr Kenneth O. Enrlght Sr., beloved husband gf thg lata Either, nee Davorent fond lather of Kenneth G. Jr. I Bart are), Robert (Dorottiy) and Mary Low (Richard) Davit; erand- ER1OCS0N ' William c. errauMi er amman. May 11. former husband of Sylvia H. Ericuon, tether of Helen Marie, William Jamet. Chert! Arthur and Ronald Scott ErIckKM; ton of Gr-truoe and me late William T. i net-ton. Giavealo service Frloay II a m. at Memorial Park Cemetery. FEICYN Veronica F. Fetcvn, nee Smith, beloved wit at the late Frank; dear mother ot Francis, Bemadin Bouck and Catherine Beazley; fond grandmother of 10; great-grenomother of four; lllter ot Hugh Smith and Esther Grippe. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.m., from Beverly Ridge Chanel, 10415 S. Kediie, to Holy Redeemer Church. Mais 10 a.m. Interment St. Mervt Viiitation Thunday, after 4 a.m. 779-4411. FERGUSON See Mildred E, father of 16; areat-grandlathef ot ot wiinam, the lata John, George. David, Edwin Enright and Catherine Watt. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a.m., from Pnlot Funeral Home, 11071 Southwell Hwy., Palo Heights, to thg Church of Sacred Heart, Pain Hills. Interment St. Mary. In lieu of flowen, donation! to the American Dlebetet Alloc. 1 will ba appreciated, viiitation altar I (.m. Thunder. 9744410, Lehr not leg. FICAR0 Catherine Flcaro, nee Morttllaro, beloved wife ot the lata Anorea; loving mother Of Marie (William) Grenano, Jeille (William) Bowers. Anthony (Florence) Ficer and the late Antoinette Nicosia, Michael, Josephin and Peter Ficaro; fond inter et the late Tony Mortillaro; trandmother ef 16;great-trendmother et 22. Funeral Saturday, 10 a.m. from the Granata Galewood South Funeral Chapelt, 10545 S. Cicero Ave., Oak Lawn, to St. Rita of Catcla Church. Mast 11 a.m. Interment St. Mary. Visitation after 5 p.m. Thunday. 423-2400 FRIEDMAN Rebecca Friedman, beloved wife of the (att Joseph ft.; lovina mother of FranttB (It tatf Abe) Mafron, Helen (the life Max. Greenbero, Sid ney F. (Nancv) and the latt Mvtr M. Friedman; grandmother of tioht; great grandmother ot 13. Service Thurtdav, 7 p.m., at Pistr Memorial Chapel, 6935 Stony Island av. Inter-merit Oak Woods Cemetery. Friends art asked to pay their rtsptctt at time of servict. Please omit flow-rs. DO3-4920. GANAK0S See Constantlnt L. Matevitis notice. GE0RG0USES Fotlnl Georoousts, net Route, beloved wife of Ptttr T. Georoousts; lovtflf mother of Katherint (George) Bugeias and Phillip (Pat) Georgouses; fond sister of Margarita Petropulos and aunt of Theofilos J. Georgouses and many othtr nieces and nephews; devoted grandmother of Cleopatra (James) Alexander, Patrice and Christina Bugeias. Tina, Maria and Elena and Barbara Georgouses. Funeral Friday, 10:30 a.m., from chapel of Adinami Funeral Directors, 4700 N. Western Ave. Services 11 a.m., at St. Andrew Greek Orthodox Church, 5649 IM. Sheridan Rd. Interment Memorial Park. Skokie. Visitation Thursday, 5 to 10 p.m. 334-1700 GERARDI Josephine Gerard I, net La Valle, beloved wife of Frank; loving mother ot Gerald L.; dear sister of Carmtlla Bongiorno, Angelina Frachalla, Rosa Moreilo, Jack La Valle and Angela La Valle. Funeral Friday, 9 a.m., from Columbian Chapel, 6621 W. North Av., Oak Park, to St. John Chrvsostom Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Mount Carmel. Visitation after 4 P.m. Wednesday. VI ft-3010 or ES 9-5151. I GLATZ Edward Glatz Sr., beloved husband of Anna, net Murino; devoted father of Edward Jr. (Sarah) and Richard (Pattye) Glatz; dear son of the latt Joseph andJohatona Giatz; fond brother of Albert (Catherine) Glatz, Clara (Leonard) Lieti and Joseph (Gloria) Glatz; lovinggrandfather of four; uncle of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Friday 8:45 a.m. from Granata Chapel Galewood South. 10551 S. Cicero. Oak Lawn. III. to Queen of Martyrs Church for Mass at 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. 4th Degree member of St. Rita Knights of Columbus Council No. 2034, Queen of Martyrs Holy Name Society and Painters District Council 14. Please omit flowers. Kindly make donations to the Diabetic Society. Visitation af ter p.m. Wednesday. 423-2400. G0DUT0 Angela T. Goduto, nee Flore, beloved wife of Leonard (C.P.D.); loving mother of Leonard J. (Christ ine), james k. tuiane), Kown j. (Eileen), Patrick L., Ann Marie and George A.i arandmother of 11; daughter of the late Rose and Joseph Flore; dear sister of Mark (Geraldlne) Flore, Florence (James) Soles and Lorraine (William) Scholia. Funeral Friday, 9 a.m., from the Montclalr Funeral Home, 6901 W. Belmont Ave., to St. Celestine Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Please omit flowers. Entombment at. josepn lemeiery. nau-vjuu GOLDBERG Sol Goldberg of 855 W. Aldlne Av. beloved husband of Elsie and the late Sarah; dear father of Charles (Florence). Bernlce (Harry) Hovt. Theodore (Edna) Steinberg and Esther (Marvin) Nagursev; loving grandfather of five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services Friday. 1 o.m.. at Plser Memo rial Chapel, 5206 N. Broadway. Interment Rosemont Parte. Please omit flowers. Friends art asked to pay meir respects at .me time oi services, uj 1-440. GONIAKOWSKI Walter B. Goniakowskl, beloved hus band of Margaret, nee Marquette; - fond brother of Mrs. Ann Gun ho use; fond uncle of many nieces and nephews. Visitation starting Thursday 5 P.m. Funeral Saturday, 9 a.m., from the new Sheeny Funeral Home, 7020 W. 127th St., Palos Heights, to St. Alexander Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. 361-4235 or ST 3-7700. G0UVIS See Constantino L. Ma lev! t is notice. GRANDSARD See Josephine Sheehy notice. GRAZIAN0 See Catherine Flcaro notice. GRECO ' lmjyio r. wclu; an sr, venurej. Wise., died May 11, beloved husband of cnristy K., nee suchoeorskij father of Tracy Lvnne and Christ i- An Mary; dear son of Mrs. Irene Greco; brother of Thomas Bosman, Mrs. Barbara Jean McCoy and Mrs. Susan (Charles) Marcot. all of Kenosha. Funeral Friday at 10 a.m. from the Hansen Funeral Home, o019 Seventh Ave., Kenosha, Wise. Interment Green Ridge Cemetery. Visitation Thursday, 5 P.m. to 9 P.m. at funeral home. GRUCA Edward Gruca, suddenly May IT 1976. of West Chicago, beloved husband of Mareella. nea Corrigan; fond father of Barbara (Ron) Amour and Phillip; grandfather ot Jeff and Kelly Amour; survived by on brothr and two listen. Retting at Willlamt-Kampp Gsaoel, 430 E, Roosevelt Rd.. Wheaton. Funeral man Friday 10 a.m. at St. John Church, Wlntleld. Interment A- tumptlon. 46O-0016. GRUENER William G. Gruener, beloved hus band ot Maria Louise, nee ung; dearest father of William R. (An toinette); loving grandtatntr or William and Louisa. Resting at the A. V. Furtnan Funeral Homa, 3100 Irv-' ing Parte Rd., after 2 p.m. Thursday. Maionlc services p.m. Thursday. Funeral services Friday 10 a.m. Entombment Memory Garden! Cemetery. Member of th William McKln-tev Lodge, No. 176, A.F. a, A.M., Oracle Chapter, No. 180. R.A.M. and Slloam Commanderv, No. 54, K. T. In lieu of flowert, donation! to the Schwaben Vereln or llllnoit Metonlc Endowment Fund. Sullivan, III. IR -56O0. GURSCH Maria A. Gursch, nee Nootent, loved wife of Dr. Otto F.; dear mother ot Mary fciien tjamesi Rimer and Geraldln K. Doyle; atMnntlMr of Arthur A. Gursch; grandmother of Autumn Lee and Donald Rimer; titter of Julian (Dolly) Nootent and George (Caroline) Nootent and the Late M.rr.1. Josenh and Albert. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a.m.. from Gelll Funeral Homa, 100 S. York St.. Ben-tenvllle, III., to St. Aleilt Church. Matt 10 a.m. Vliltatlon Thursday altet 5 a m. Interment Mount Car mel. Please emit flowert. 766-3U2. HAHL Anna M. Hahl, beloved wife of th lata Gottlieb; dear mother of Herman (Ella), Sophie (Fred) Rleg and the lata Emily Frank and Anna Benson i arandmother ot four; great- grandmother ot eighti greatgreat- trandmothar of two. Retting at the awrence Funeral Home, 4B00 N. Auttln Av. Vliltatlon Thursday 1 to 10 p.m. Lying In statg al thg Central Baptist Home, 7901 W. Lawrence Av.. Friday from 1 o.m. until time of service 1:30 p.m. Interment Mon trose Cemetery. In lieu ot flowers, . mamor al contributions to the Cent' ral Baptist' Home tor the Aged would o appreciated. ra-xiou. HARPER Elliabetti Harper, nee Leech, be loved wit ot in late jonni tone - mother of Wallace (Bemadlne), Jchn (Mary), Thomat (Kathleen) Haroer end Meraarat (Edward) Zoln; erandmothet of four; loving titter of Jamet, John, and Nicholas Leech and the lata Margaret, iwery, eno leinerirte, runerai inursaer. I 45 a.m., from the'McPhee Funeral Home, 7133 S. Western Av., to St. Gabriel Church. Man ot the Retur. rectlon 9:30 a.m. Interment Mount Hope Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday, 6-10 a m., Wednesday, noon to 10 p.m. 7764777. HEEREN Ethel Hern. May 11, 1974, pioneer In work tor the blind people; beloved friend ef Beatrice Wilding; beloved aunt af Robert and Elhellnd Brulnooge and Richard Singervait. At Lain and Son Chapel, 1035 N. Dearborn St., where service! will be held Friday, May 14, at 11 a.m. Interment Bromwood Cgmgtery, Chanel vliltatlon after 4 p.m. Wed-nesdey. In lieu of flowert, contrlbutloni to Chicago Llghthouie for the Blind or Illinois College ot Optoma!. IV will ba appreciated. 337-J0M. HEIFER David Hotter, beloved nusben af Bessie, nea Anderson; loving father ot Blanche Heiter, EHiaDeth (Edward) Biandman, Kenneth, Donald, end Duane Nelson and Dolor Janessu. Fond brother of Lena Soav, Frances and Abe Hotter; grandfather ot 15; great-grandfather et three. Services Frioar 11 a m. at Original Wointteln 4 Sonl Chaoal, 301 W. Peterson Rd. Interment Ada Park Cemetery. Chapel visitation Thursday M0 a.m. LO1-1090 H0UY Elmer E. Holly, suddenly, age 77, of La Grange Park, beloved husband of the late Violet, nee Starleal; fond father ef Myrtle (Rev. Allen) Bailey; grandfather of Allen Jr., Wm. Holly, Philip and Paul; greatgrandfather ef three. Resting at Hitieman Funerel Home, 9445 W. lilt St., Brooktleid. Funeral Saturday, 10 a m. Interment Chapel Hun West. Pleas omit flowrs. Memorials to Light Bearers Association of America Inc. Institutional Chaplaincy. Visitation Thursday, after 4 p.m. Friday, attar i p.m. 415-3000. H0RAN' v John E. Horan, beloved husband of the late Margaret, nee Burns; dear est tvother of the latt M. Joseph, Julia, Thomas and Rev. William J. Horan. Resting at Sterner Funeral Home, 36S3-59 Fullerton Av. Funer-al Sat 10 y May 15 at 9 a.m. to Our Lady of Grace Church. Mass 9 30 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven. Visitation after 2 p.m. Friday. BE5-I81J HUGHES Hazel Wh taker Hue he of ISO De- Witt PI., May 13, 1976, beloved wife ef Earl V. Hughes; mother of Fred Hughes, Mrs. Maxine West of Northrldoe. Cel.; grandmother of John Hughes, Mrs. Barbara Staniti, Dick and Julie West; sister oi Mrs. Hoitene Wilson of Whittier, Cai.f ster in law of Mrs. Louise Whi laker; aunt of Frank Wilson and William and Eugene Whitaker. At Lam and Son Chapel, 1035 N. Dearborn St., where services will be held Saturday, May 15, at 1 o.m. Entombment private Graceland Cemetery Valparaiso, Ind. Chapel visitation Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Friday from 4 to 9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the American Cancer Society. 337- 3036. JEN0S See Constantino L. Meievitit notice. JOHNSON Marie Galte Johnson of Kenllworth, Mav 11, wife of Robert Kendrlck Johnson; mother of James Acker- man n of Wlnnetka, Kendora Golden and carol Loehie; grandmother ot Katherint Storm, Anne, James and Peter Ackermann. Services private, Memorials mav be made to Evan ston Hospital, 2650 Ridge Av. Evanston, 60201. KADUK Elizabeth Kaduk of Clarendon Mills. beloved wife of John J.; dear mother of John B. (June). Francis C. f Wanda). Vincent P. (Pamela) and Gerald; sister of Susan Andras- ko, Michael and Andrew Sabot grandmother of 23; great- grandmother of seven, visitation 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday and 2 to 9 P.m. Friday at the Toon Funeral Home, 109 N. Cass A v., Westmont. Funeral mass Saturday 9:30 a.m. at St. Marv Church, Darlen. Interment Our Lady of Sorrows cemetery, in neu ot flowers, masses preferred. 9M-2262, KAMMERER Joseph Kammerer, beloved husband ot the late Katharine, nee wanner devoted father of Anna (William O'Brien and Magdalene (Nick) Kemot: grandfather ot seven; orear- grandfather of ten. Funeral Satur day. 10:45 a.m. from Lawn Funeral Home, 7909 state Rd. (5500W) to St. Thomas More Church. Mass 11:30 a.m. interment St. Marv'S. Visitation Thursday after 5 p.m. 636- KENNEDY May V. Kennedy, beloved daughter of the late Jamei and (Catherine, nea Kevas: fond t star of E a. Mrs. Laura (Jerome) Looney, the late Anna. Katharine and Jamet. Viiita tion 3 to 9 o.m. Thursday, at Barr t-unerai Home. 6222 Broadway. Fu neral pr day, 9 a.m., to St. oenruoe Church. Mast 9:30 a.m. Interment Calvary. SH 3-4034 KERSTEN George H. Kariten, formerly of palatine, survived oy two nieces, two neohews, grand n aces nephewi. privet cremation was held. KL0SKA ' Edward F. Kiosks, beloved ton ot the late John and Rose Kioika dear brother of the late Elizabeth, Anthony D. and Angeliane Kioika fond uncle of Anthony J. and Mary Ann Dimarca; great-uncle of many nlecet and nephewt. Viiitation after 4 p.m., Wednetday. Funeral Friday, 9:15 a.m. from The New Sheehy Funeral Home, 7020 W. 127th St., Palos Height to St. Michael! Church, Orland Park for Man of the Returrectlon, 10 a.m. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery, Nlles, III. 361-4235 or ST3-7700. K0KAISL Joseph KokSlsl, late of California, formerly of Chicago, beloved husband of the late Helen, nee Fink; dear father of Joseph (Rote Marie); fond grandfather of three; fond brother of the late Marv Vodlc-ka, Anton, Rose Crlbari and Frank. Services and Interment in California. Expressions of sympathy, if desired, to Joseph Kokalsl Jr., 2152 N. 6th St., Concord, Cel., 94520. KUCHI Anna I. Kuchi, beloved wife of the late Anthony R.; dearest mother of Alice (Clyde) Mayer, Irene (John) Hanzie and Doris (Emmett) O'Hal-loran; loving grandmother of six; fond daughter of Domoceie Aidukas; lister of Mae Yurevich, Charlei B. Siller, Laverne Lenkart and the late John. Funeral services Saturday, 9:30 a.m., from Richard Funeral Home, 5749 Archer Ay., corner ot Lorel, to Our Lady of the Snows Church. Interment St. Casimir Cemetery. Visitation Thursday after 2 P.m. 767-IS40. LARSON Inez C. Larson, nee Sandttrom, May 11, 1976, of Downert Grove, wife of Ph tio J. Larson: mother of Ward. Wayne, Jean (Or. Paul) Frederick-son and Bruce Larson; grandmother of 11; daughter of the lete Rev. Cart Sandstrom; two sisters and three brothers survive. - Resting -at Schneider Home for Funerals, 2d and Lincoln Street. Hinsdale. Visl ration Thursday after 7 p.m. Services 11 a.m. Friday at th Fvanael- teal Covenant Church, Hinsdale. Interment Bromwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials mav be tent to the Covenant Church. FA 34634. LASHMET Sybil E. Lasnmet of 1101 Grove St., Evanston, May 12. 1976. Wife of Earle N. Lasnmet; mother of th late Rankin Lashmet; 2 grandchildren. Friend! may call at Hebbletn- waite Chapel, 1567 Maple Av., Evanston from 2-4 p.m. Friday. Service and Interment In Winches ter, ii. LATINO Joseph Latino, beloved husband et Josephine, nee Noto; loving father ot Jennie (Herman) Scallse, Ben (Luella), Mary (Victor) Krikscunas, Atex and the iate Victor; grandfather of five; great-grandfather of tlx; fond brother of Nick and Mary Ginestra. Funeral Saturday, 11:15 a.m., from Michael Colette Son! Funeral Homa, 3240 W. 79th St.. to St. R ta Church. Man 12 noon, nter- ment St. Mary. Vliltatlon Thursday attar i p.m. 436-1861. LEHR Mildred E. Lehr, age 65 of Lake Bluff, II. May 11, 1976, wife of John W. Lehr: litter ot Mrt. Harriet Huxoll of Lema, It. Funeral tervlcet will be held 2:00 p.m. Friday, May 14 at the Church of the Holy Spirit In Lake Foreit. Interment Montrose Cemetery. Visitation 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Thursday at the Wenban Funeral Home. 233 E. Deeroath. Laka Forest. In lieu of flowers con-trlbutiont mav be made to the American Cancor Society. Into 2344022 UETZ See Edward Glatz Sr. notice. UNHART Elizabeth (Betty) Llnhart, nea Dome le suddenly of Lombard, be loved daughter of thg latg Nick and Barbara Domallei deerlv beloved wife of Raymond. Forever cherished mother of Francine, June ano Richard. Our mother and wife was a strong parson who gave ot herself to everyone and loved all of Ufa. She loved to travel, children, people and her garden. God took her from our llvei without chance for ut to bid our farewell. Though w find It the moil difficult of timet and we want to cry. Yet we only hope when theie gioomv t mel oopen we an wii realize that the hat found eternal lite and reitful peace with the onet the loved. Funeral lervice Saturoey, May IS, 10 a m., at the Bruit Funer al Home, 135 5. Main St., Lombard Gravatide service 1 p.m., Saturday! at Lake Vllleog Cemetery. Lake VII lane, Ind. Visitation Thursday and Friday 2-10 p.m. In past years our mother contributed much to her home town library book fund. Wa wish to continue our mother's thar. Ine by reouestlna in lieu of flowers, donetlon In hat name to the Lake Village Library, Lake Village, Ind, 429-WV4. MAKSYM Waller P. Maksvm Sr.. W. W. II veteran, DSN, beloved husband of Rose, nea sidiik; deerest father ot Walter Jr. (Rosemary) and Arlenet lovina ton ot r-roncet jakuoiak fond brother of Edward (Either! Helen (the late Walter) Pronoblt and jean line iate Chester) Rvoicki rum,.' wviivs rimer., from Richard Funeral Hem, 5749 Arctier Av., corner of Lorel, to St, Svmphorosa Church. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation Wednesday titer i p.m. 77-140. MAirvms Constantino L. Metevtttt ef River Forest, beloved husband of Sophie, nee Jenos; dear father ef Marion (Arthur) Gouvis and Louil G.; fond Jrendfather of Karen Sofia and neela; devoted brother ot Anna , Matierli. Helen Ganekot, John (Menda), P. Phillip and the late Omnia Penot, Violet Racket, Clair George, Jamet, Chanet and William; brother In law ef John (BettvlJenot and Georgia (Peter) Baiiotes. Funeral Friday, 10 a.m., from Galewood Chapels, 1057 N. Harlem Av to Assumptlpn Church for 11 a.m. service. Interment Elm-wood. In lieu of flowers, contrlbu-. tlons to the Constsntlna L. Malevltli Memorial Foundation, c0 ot the family will ba appreciated. Viiitation Thursday 2 a m. to 4 p m. and 7 p.m. to 10 pjn. M9-1700 or AU 7400. MALLERIS See Constantino L. Malevttlt nbtlca. MANDEl Frank C. Mandel, 71, suddenly, of Matteson, III., husband bt the lata Gertrude; beloved father of Mrs. Florence Sober and Richard; dear erorrer of Mrs. Sophie Feddercke and Albert; grandfather of four; great-grandfather of one. Resting et 5pinoier-Koeiiing umcomway Chapel, Lincoln Hwy. at Kedzie, Matteson. Thursday 2 to 10 P.m. I Itirair.l wake .Mvlr. 1:30 a.m. Funeral mass Friday 10 a.m. at St. Lawrence CTToole Church, Matteson. Interment St. Adalbert. 755- 0242. MANGOLD Edwin John Mangold, age 83, of aiu. Island, beloved brother ot Al fred D. (Ellen): lovina uncle Of Marcella L. Marten. Elmer Radeke and Dolores Ford. Visitation starting -7 p.m. Tuesday at Keueger Fu neral Home. 13050 Greenwood Av., Blue Island. Services 1:30 o.m Thursday at First Ev. Lutheran Church. Grove and Ann streets, Blue Island. Interment Lutheran Cemetery. Member of Tr une Lodge, No. 422. A.F. 4 A.M., Damascus Shrine, No. 22 and Kensington-Mlrian Chapter, No. 1, 0.E.S.; treasurer of A.A.R.P., No. 1409, Blue Island. FU 0-1300. MARTIN See Anne Deuttch notice. MASI Vlto Mas . beloved husband of Svl ia, nee Durante; dear father of Joteph (Angelina); loving grandfather of Svlvia. Peoov and Vito. Retting at The Skaia Terrace Fu neral Home. 7112 Milwaukee Av Nile. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.m. to St. John Brebeuf Church. Man 10 a.m. Interment St. Joseph Cemet. cry. Viiitation Wednesday to Thursday. 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. 966- 7JU2. MIKRUT John J. Mlkrut, W. W. II vet, sud denly, beloved husband of Steffi. nee Trybalskl; dear father of John (Carol-Lee), Ronald (Joan) and wayne; oromer ot bieanor (Anthony) Mlaczvnskl, Helen (the late Joseoh) Kolodtei, Albln (Cells) and Alovsius (Cather ne); lov no grand father of John-John, Dawn, David and Ronald Jr. Funeral Friday, May 14, at 9:15 a.m., from Fortuna Fu neral Home, 4401 s. Kedzie Av., St. Plus V Church. Mass 10 a Interment Pell Lake Cemetery. Pell Lake. Wii. Viiitation alter 12 noon Thursday. LA 3-7711. MILDICE Joteph T. Mlldice Sr. ot Elkhorn, Wii.. devoted hulband of Annl Dorothy, nee Gleaton; beloved father of Cmdr. Joieph T. Jr., CPD (Josephine), William (Frances) and Margaret (Thomas) Swanton; grandfather of 13; greatgrandfather of one. Funeral Friday, 10:30 a.m., from Becvar Funeral Director!, 5218 S. Kedzie, to St. Gall Church. Interment St. Marv. Viiitation Wednesday from 4 p.m. 776-3809. M0RSTADT Robert D. Morttadt of Wettern Soringi. beloved hulband of Mlna; father of George (Karen); grandfather of Lynn, Robert and Gary. Vliltatlon 2 to' 10 p.m. Thunday at Hallowell a, Jamei Funeral Home, 1025 W. 55th St., Countryside. Services 1:30 p.m. Friday. Interment Mount Hope Cemetery. 352-6500. MOSHER Jamet W. Mosher, age 57, of Orland Park, beloved hulband of Annamae; devoted father of William (Diane), Claudia (Bill) Brooks, Jamei (Sharon)', Greg, Annamae and Michael; grandfather of lix. Funeral service 10 a.m. Saturday, May 15, 1976, from the Schmaedeke Funeral Home, 10701 S. Harlem Av., Worth, to St. Michael Church, Orland park. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet. Visitation Thursday 7 to 10 p.m. and Friday 3 tg 10 p.m. 448-6000. MURINO See Edward Glatz sr. none MURPHY John M. Murphy, beloved nutoano of Norin Murphy, nee Lynch; loving father of Rev. John D. Murphy O.S.A.. James M. and Marv M. Murphy; fond brother of Rose Miller and the late Mary m. cooney. funeral Saturday, 8:15 a.m., from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home. 3737 W. 79th St., to St. Rita Church. Inter ment Holy sepulchre cemetery, visitation aftet 6 p.m. Thursday. 735-4242 NEBERT Rov f. Neberr. be oved nusnara ot Helen Nebert, nee Bailey; dear father of Carole and Bob Nebert; lovina brother of Lillian (Sam) La Porte, Robert (Marv) and the lata James Nebert. In lieu ot flowers, contributions to American Cancer Society preferred. Funeral Friday, Mav 14, 10:15 a.m., to St. John Viannv Church. Northlake. Mats of the Resurrection 11 a.m. Interment Mount Auburn, visitation at f. M. Smith and Sons Funeral Home. Ltd.. 245 Madison St., Oak Park, Thurs day after 12 noon. NICOSIA See Catherine Ficaro notice. NOONAN Thomas J. Noonan Sr.. beloved hus band of the late Margaret Ann Noonan, nee Long; loving father of Thomai J. Jr. (Evelyn) and Dorothy (Frank) Doyle; dear grandfather of Thomai J. III. Irene, Tarrence, Kathy and Robert Noonan, Dorothy Ann, jamei, josepn and Pamela Doyle; great-grandfather of three, dear brother of the late Alice Rliev, fond uncle of Bernard Riley. Visita tion Thursday after 1 pjn. Funeral Saturday, 9:15 a.m., from Kenny Brothers, 3600 w. 5tn St., to St. Denit Church for matt at 10 l a Interment St. Mary. Member of St. Denit H.N.S., St. Denli Young at Heart Club, Teamster! Local 710, 239-3600. N00TENS see Marie A. Gursch notice. O'BRIEN William J. O'Brien, hulband of Mary and the late Jeille W.; father of Jayne O. (Matt) Rouen of Rivet Forest and Barbara O. (Jamas D.) Mlniea of Hinsdale; grandfather of four; brother of Maurice E. of Evan. ston. III. and Daniel of Chicago, and Mary Catherine Butler of Oak Park. Visitation after 5 p.m. Wednesday and after 2:30 p.m. Thursday at Drechsler-Brown Funeral Home, 203 S. Marion St., Oak. Park. Funeral 10:30 a.m. Friday to St. Edmund Church. Mass 11 a.m. Interment Quean et Heaven. 383-3191. rtARSON Helen C. Pearson, dear sister of thg late Gunard (Grtrude) parion; fond aunt of Joanne (Roger) Olsen. Services Friday 1 p.m. at Edgar. Minn. Curat Umm , .1 1 U Daman Ave. Interment Memorial Park. Visitation Thursday 4-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers memorials to the Edgewater Covenant Church ap preciated. 561-2016. PEIL Helen Pell, late of Cicero, beloved wife of the late John A.; loving mother of John F. (Donna) Pell ano Marian (Bruno) Kruse; sister of Margaret Duahr, Veronica Muehl and Rose Mesch; grandmother of Roberta Healav. Allan. Pamela Kruse, John, Michelle and Andrew Pell; great-grandmother of Steven Healev. Services Friday, 8:45 a.m., at H. Marik Sons, 6507 W. Cermak Rd., Berwyn, to St. Frances of Rome cnurcn. Mass 9:30 a.m. inter, ment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Retired employee ot Sears Robuck ft co. visitation Tnursday after p.m. GU 4-6310 or Bl 2-3255. PHILIPS Ruby A. Philips, age 72, wife of thg late Jack; at Peoria, II, formerly of Chicago. Graveside services Grace- lana cemetery, Fridoy 2 p.m, Cumertord-Endsley Memorial Home, Peoria, II. (309) 682-4616 PROEHLE Elsie M. Proehle, Mav 12, 1976, beloved wlfa ot the late Fred; dear mother of Mildred Gemhoter and Helen Van Alstin; grandmother of eight; great-grandmother of one. siller of Sidney R. Olten. Visitation at John M. Pedenan and Soni Chanel. 4338 Fullerton Av.. Thun day from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. Lying In itate at St. John Ev. Luth. Church, 4939 W. Montroie, Friday from 9:30 a.m. until time of tarvlctt 10:30 a.m. Interment Acacia Park. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Norwood . Park Homa, 6014 N. Nina, ap preciated. 331-1610. PUGLISE See Erlno Stills notice. PUI0 Melenle Pulg, nee Ackermann. lived to oe iw veart ano seven monrns the dav. she was the beloved wife th late Menu! A. Pulg; and devoted mother ot Louise. Funeral Fri day, May 14, 10 a m., from Collins Funaral Home, 5350 W. North Ave., to St. Peter Canliiut Church, fur Man of the Redirection at 10:30 a m. Interment St. Joseph. Vliltatlon Thursday 2 to 10 pjii. W9-8S44 RADA . .. . Lauretta M. Rasa, oeiaves wire o the late George M.; loving mother et Mildred (Charles) Krug, George 44 r&Mivia). Marie (Frank) Pin- turlctw James (Rosa), Donald (Da- lores), wiinam (jearmei, jean io- nan) avsnnne, nnargarer iwwii D.iofc en. th. lat. Raymond: arand mother of 29; grcat-grandmotner of 22; dear sister ot Irving croasoaie, Milton Croasdale and the late Arthur Croasdaie. Resting at the McK-enzle Funeral Home, 15618 S. Cicero Av., Oak Forest, whore services will ba held Saturday at 11 a.m. Interment Mount Auburn. Visitation Thursday 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday t p.m. to 10 p.m. 687-2990. RAJK0WSKI. Joseph M. Ralkowskl. beloved hutband of Stella (Tortoreilo), nee Konctal; fond father of William (Virginia) Richtet, Donald (Sally) Ralkowskl, Richard (Florence) Tortoreilo and Laverne Dui; grend-tather of nine; great-grandfather of four. Funeral Frloay, Mav 14, a.m., from Kolssak Funeral Home, 4255-59 W. Division, cor. Kildere. to Sacred Heart Church, Melrose Park. Man 10 a.m. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery. Pteaee omit flowert. AL 2-3600. prrn Erie A. Reed, May 12, 197, sear friend of Berniece E. Krell. Visitation at Drake and Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western Av., Thursday 5 p.m. to p.m. Services end interment at Freeeort, III. 561-6874. REIMER Herman Primer, of Downers Grove, beloved hutband -of Florence L-; dear father of Lucille R. Seely and Lorraine R. Vimtrup; arondtather of teven; brother of Albert J. Visitation Thursday, May 13, 2:30-4:30 and 7-9 p.m., at Toon Funeral Home, 4920 Main St.. Downert Grove, where service will be held Friday, 11 a.m. interment Clarendon Hint Cemetery. A Telephone Pioneer. In lieu of flowen, memorial! to the Fint Congregational Church. 96S-O408. RIZNER See Maria A. Gursch notice. RUDOLPH John F. Rudolph, beloved husband of Linda Rudolph; dear father of John R. and Paul C. Rudolph; fond brother of Emma Rudolph. Services Friday, 9:30 a.m. from Zeiger-Mueller Funeral Home, 6453 W. Irving Park Rd. to St. Rosalie Church. Mass a.m. Visitation Thursday after 4 4 p.m. Interment St. Joieph Cemetery. 736-2693. RUEBNER Marguerite M. Ruebner, wife of , Earl A.; loving mother of Dale (Carol) and the lete Myma. Viiitation Friday 2-10 p.m. at Beukema Funeral Home, 10456 S. Western Ave. where services will be held Saturday, 11 a.m. Interment Oak Hill. In lieu of flowen, memorials to the Heart Fund appreciated. 238-2144. , SALMON Mary V. (Mame) Salmon (Sam-mom), beloved liiter of Margaret. Edward, Frank and George. Funeral Friday at 10:15 a.m. from the Chanel 2100 W. 95th St. at Hoyne, Gleeion Buneral Dlrecton to St. Caietan Church. Man 11 a.m. Interment Mt. Olivet. Viiitation after 3 p.m. Wednesday. Please omit flowen. PR9-3535. SAMM0NS See Marv V. Salmon notice. SCAIAN0 Sister M. Beniamin Scaiano O.S.M., member of Congregation of Sisters, Servants of Mary for'68 years. Lying In state at Mother of Sorrow Chapel, 13811 S. Western Ave., Blue Island. Thunday, 2 to 10 p.m. and Friday, 2 to 10 p.m. Man of the Resurrection Saturday, 10 a.m. Interment St. Benedict. 3884014. SCHLITT Edward A. Schlitt, age 56, of South Holland, beloved husband ot Heiene; dear father of Cheryl McCutcheon and Denetl Schlitt; brother of George; son of Helen Barteii and the ate George sennit. At rest after 7 p.m. Wednesday af DeYoung-vroegn Funeral Home, oav E. 162 St., South Holland. Funeral prayers Friday, 9:30 a.m. Mass 10 at Holy Ghost church. Inter ment Holy Cross. 333-7000 SCHMIDT Mollie Schmidt, nee Baumhardt, be loved wife of Peter; dearest mother of Peter (T. J.), Arthur (Mary Pat), Steven (Adrienne) and Mary (Bruce) Foyer; loving grandmother of Peter, Paul, Eric, Kathleen and Daniel; fond sister ot Nicnoias Baumhardt, Marie Baumhardt and the late John and Gerard Baumhardt. Rest ng at the A. V. Furman Funeral Home, 3100 Irving Park Rd., after 4 p.m. Thursday. Services Saturday 9 a.m. Mass 9:30 a.m. at Our Lady of Mercy Church. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery. Member of Communications Worken of America, Local 50)6. In lieu of flowers, masses preferred. IR 0-5800. SCHMIDT Jeanette Kurtz Schmidt, Mav 11, 1976, beloved wife of John J. Schmidt; mother of Linda (Dennis) Padgett, Ronald (Kathleen Schmidt and Bonnieiean (Richard) Thomas; sister of Alfred, Florence Schweiger, Edna," Norma Shields, Pauline, Elaine, Dorothy and the late Alma Bernzen and Emmett Kurtz; grandmother of Philip Carl Padgett and Christina Marie Thomai. At Sullivan & Son Funeral Home, 6311 N. Clark St. Wednesday & Thursday 5:00 - 10:00 p.m. Service! Friday 10:00 a.m. at funeral home. Interment Edem Memorial Park. SCHMIDT Anton Schmidt of El Caion, cai., formerly of Berwyn, beloved hulband of Alma, nee Well!; fond father of Roland Daniel!, Jerry Harmen, Anton Schmidt, Dell Le Vine and Maryllli Nlckos; grandfather of 16; brother of Loretta Casey and Helen Suzch. Member of Typographical Union Local, No. 16, Chicago. Resting at the Ahlgrlm and Soni Funeral Home, 567 S. Spring Rd., Elmhunt, 2 to 9:30 p.m. Thunday. Funeral Friday, May 14, at 9:30 a.m., to Viiitation Church. Mass at 10 a.m. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery. 834-3515. SCHULZ Georgg A. schuiz, brother of Christine Klein, Minna Borchardt, Clarice Lanterman, Irene Ambroz, the late Edna Napoll, Alida Barnes, Phyllii Mozet and Henry Schuiz. Service! 11 a.m. Friday at Hallinan Funderal Home, 2601 Vermont St., Blue liland. Interment Mt. Green- wood Cemetery. Viiitation after 1 p.m. Thursday FU54B50. SCULLY t, j Vincent c. scuitr sr. ot mgmano Park, beloved husband of Estelle M.; loving fattier of Vincent C. SHUN Anne K. Slunk, nee Kucer. beloved wife of James W.; fond motner of Maior James F. (USAF) (Sheila), Jeanne (Loran) McKee and Richard A. (Nancy); grandmother ef eight; daughter of Fred and Rose Kucerar sister of Philip and Helen Kucera. Funeral Friday, 1 p.m., at Becvar Funeral Directors, 521 S. Kedli Av. Interment Evergreen, visitation , Thursday attar i p.m. 776-380. SITZBERGER Francis D. Sitzberger of Downers Grove, beloved nusoang ot jean; fond father ot Bart, Laura and Matthew; loving son of Frank J. an Bene; brother ot Bette Jo Gormen, Suzanne Williams. Kenneth Sitzberger, Sendl Murphy and Debra Shepherd. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a.m.. from the Ademt-WinterfieMJ Funaral Home, 4343 Mala St.. Downers Grove, to St. Scholastics Church, Woodridg. Mast 10 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven. Masses or memorials to the City ot Hone Cancer Research Fund preferred. Visitation Thursday 5 to 10 p.m. ens' Friday 2 t 10 p.m. 94V1000. STENZ0R Walter Stenzor. loving husband et Severe Stenzor. nee Rendak; beloved son of the lata Sophia and Paul Stenzoskl; fond brother ot Michael (the lata Lorraine) Stenzoskl. Stella (Steven) Kooczak, Anna (Stanley) Labno, Soohie (the late Adam) Llpinski, Helen (A,ithonv Cwiertniak, Steven K. Sfenzoski. th late Eva (Adam) Ciochon. Joseph (Sophie) Stenzoskl and Marv (the late Andrew) Lesner; nieces and nephewt. Service 10:30 a.m. Friday, May 14, at Fortune Funeral Home, 4401 S. Kedzie Av., to Five Holy Martyrs Church. Mast 11 a.m. Interment Returrectlon Cemetery. Please omit flowert. LA 3-7781. STENZ0SKI ' See Waiter Stenzor notice. (Catharine) Scully Jr. and Sr. Estel le Scully s. P.: devoted grandfather of seven; dear brother of Mn. Marv McKlel. Visitation 3 p.m. to 5 P.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thunday at Keller ft Sneuldlng Funeral Homa, 1787 Deerfleld Rd., Highland Park, Funeral mass 9:30 a.m. Friday, May 14, at St. James Church, North Av., Highwood. Interment Calvary. 831-4260 SEPANSKI Frank Sepanskl, beloved husband or Svlvia, nea Sosnowski; loving father of Dorothy (William) Seatsema and Frank R. (Peggy); dear grandfather of Theresa and Robbie. Funeral Friday, 9 a.m., from Kolbus Funeral Home, 6841-57 W. Hiwms Ay., to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Glenvlew, III. Man 10 a.m. Interment Maryhlll Cemetery. Vliltatlon Thursday 2 to 10 p.m. In lieu of flowen, masse! would be preferred. 774-3232. SESK0 Stanley Seiko, beloved hulband ot the late Anna, nee Clchanowskl; lov Ing father of Joseph (Patricia), Agnes (Chester) Kobylinski and Joanne Seiko; fond brother of Anthony Sesko; devoted grandfather of Lee, Raymond and Sandra Kobylinski; great-grandfather ot Lisa Ann. Funaral Saturday. May 15. at 9:30 a.m., from Colonial Funeral Home, 6250 N. Milwaukee, to St. Thecla Church. Interment Maryhlll. Visitation begins 7 P4n. Thursday. 774-0346. SHEEHY Josephine Sheehy, beloved motner of Dorothy(Ronny) Grandsard, the late John and Edward; liiter of Mary Costal lo of Largo, Fla. Viiitation Thunday 4 to 10 p.m. at Wil-llami-Kampp Funaral Home, 12 Laka St., Oak Park. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.m., to St. Edmund Church. Man 10 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. In lieu of flowen donation to the Rotary Club of Oak Park Foundation Fund preferred. 848-8787. STILL0 A , Erino Stlllo, beloved husband si Rose; dear father of Sal (Helen), Angig (John)Puglite and Martha (Edward) Buckbers; brother of Car-melia Bellisimo; grandfather of nine; great-grandfather ot five. Funeral Friday, 6:30 a.m. from Galewood Chapels. 1857 N. Harlem Ave., to Divine Infant Jesus Church, Westchester. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven. Please omit flowen. Visitation Wednesday, aftet " 5 p.m. 889-1700 or AU-66U0 STUDER George Studer, beloved husband of the late Anne G., nee Walsh; loving father of Arlene Gurgul and Lois Tournear; devoted grandfather of seven; dear son of the lata Adolpn and Elsie; fond brother of Ethel Hoffman. Funeral Friday, 8:45 a.m., from Kenny Brothen, 3600 W. 95th St., to St. Mary Star of the Sea Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. 239-3600. SUCH0G0RSKI See David F. Greco notice. TH0ESEN Alice M. Thoesen, fond daughter of the late Paul and Alice R.; beloved lister of the late Sylvia. Viiitation Thursday, 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. Funaral Friday, 10:15 a.m. at Henry W. Mueller Funeral Home. 5300-17 W. Belmont Av., to St. Giles Church. Mass 11 a.m. Charter member of St. -. Giles Guild of the Tabernacle. In- . ferment local cemetery. Av 6-8740. . THOMPSON Glen V. Thompson, beloved husband j of the late Mabel Thompson; fond uncle of James T. and Patricia Gruenert; dear friend ot Beuleh K. Ward and Lula Mae McElrov. Visl- 3 tation at time of service. Funeral " service Thursday, 2 p.m., at Donnel- - Ian Funeral Home, Jetfery Blvd. and 77th St. Interment Mount Glenwood. SO 8-8821. TIESENGA . : Sieka Tlesenga, nee Drentn, beloved wife of the lata Edward; loving mother of Jake (Marge), Frank (Correan), Dr. Marvin (Ardvthe) and Dorothy (Ray) Cutrer; fond grandmother of 13 and great. " grandmother of four; dear sister of -Albert, Ralph, Elsye Adams and -Fred. Services 1 p.m., Friday, Mav v 14. at Bethel Reformed Church, 5433 -S. Austin Ave., Chicago. Visitation , at Mulder Memorial Chapel, 6027 Roosevelt Rd., Cicero, after 2 p.m. , Thursday. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens West. Memorials to Bethel Reformed Church preferred. OL24005 TITUS . Donald B. Titus, late of Tlnlev ' Park; beloved hulband of Dorothy, nee Parks; fond father of Donald B. 1 Jr., Nancy (Jon) Crandall, Carol - (James) Somerville, and the late i Virginia; grandfather of six; ion ot -j Dake and the late Pearl Titus; dear h brother of Jack, Esbon, Volney, i Dorothy (William) Harris, and Pearl , (M. S.) Miller. Memorial tervlcet ., Thursday, May 13, 8 p.m. at the , Faith United Presbyterian Church, , 6200 W. 167th St.. Tlnlev Park. In lieu of flowen. memorial! may ba made to the Heart Fund. 532-1613. " WALSH ; T. Arthur Walsh of Elmhunt, be- '. loved hulband of Kathleen, nee No- , Ian; fond father of Arthur Joieph, - Kathleen Guitafion, Faith Ann - Marasco, Michael P. and Timothy - J.; grandfather of 22. Member of - Chicago Chaoer, No. 3 L.O.O.M., v Chairman of the Board for Health . and Welfare Union No. 701. Resting ., at the Ahlgrlm and Soni Funaral . Home, 567 S. Spring Rd., Elmhurtl , from 2-5 and 7-9:30 p.m. Thunday and Friday. Funeral Saturday, May ' 15 at 9:30 a.m. to Immaculate Con. ception Church. Matt 10 a.m. In lieu of flowen memorialt will be ap-prelcated for the National Diabetes Association or the Heart Aisocla- tion. Interment Queen of Heaven. , 834-3515 - - WANAT Frank wanat, devoted husband ot Sophie, nee Krol; loving father ot the late Mitchell (Lillian), Alice Noble. Florence (Edward) Janul and Stanley (Heiene); dear brothet in law of Katharine Wanat; also grandfather and great-grandfather. Funeral Friday, 9:15 a.m., from Malec and Sons Funeral Home, 600C N. Milwaukee Av., to St. Ladlslaul Church. Interment St. Adalbert. Visitation begins Wednesday 4 p.m. 7744100. WEINSTEIN Sam J. Welntteln of 6627 N. Seelev Av., beloved hulband of Irene, nee Brooki; dear father of Bonnie (Lyle) Fainerman, Ellen Kay Welntteln (Blititein) and Jules; loving grandfather of Ian Fainerman; son of the late Julius and Rise; fond brother ot Hannah (Sam) Ortov, Meyer (Helen) Weinstein and Svlvia (Sol) Feldbeln; fond son in law of Lena Brooki. Services Friday, 12 noon, at Original Weinstein and Sou Chapel, X19 W. Peterson Av. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery, Evanston. III. Member of the 49th Ward Reg. Dem. Org. and Open Hearts for Retarded Children. In lieu of flowert, contribution! mav be made to Open Heart! for Retarded Children. Chapel viiitation at tint ot lervice only. 561-1890. WEST . Elizabeth Harpole West, formerly ot Evantton, Mav 11, 1976, wife ot the late Walter J. West; aunt of Jack H. of Park Ridge and the late Ronald P. Dobson. Friends mav call at Hebblethwalte Chapel, 1567 Maple Av., Evanston, from 2 to 10 p.m. Thursday , where service will be held 2:X p.m. Friday. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery. In lieu of flowen, memorialt may b made to me nean tun. WILKE Ethel L. Wllke. of the Peace Memorial Home, beloved daughter of the late William and Clara Wllke; deer lister of Helen (James) Kallvoda, William Jr. (Lvdla) and Harry (Marie) Wllke; fond aunt of four; great-aunt of three. Funeral services Saturday, May 15, at 9:30 a.m., at - the westchetter Funeral Home, 10501 W. Cermak Rd., (2 block west of Mannheim Road), -Westchetter. Interment Mount Emblem. Visitation Thursday and FrU ' day. 4 to 10 P.m. 562-5900 ZICKUS Albert Zickus, May 11, beloved husband of Ann; deer father ot Arlene -(Jerome) Dubake; fond grandfather of Edward; dear brother of Connie i (Keith) McDougall, John (Kay) Zickus, Joseph (Julie) Zickus, Clement (Adele) Zickus, Anna (Charles) Petronis, and Baa (Frank) Stanton. Funeral services Saturday, 9 a.m., from the Marquet te Funeral Home, 2533 W. 71 It St., to Nativity BVM Church for Man of the Returrectlon at 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Casimir Cemetery. Visile-lion from 6 p.m. Thursday. 476-2345 . REMEMBER THOSE YOU LOVE ON MEMORIAL DAY "In Memoriam" notices paying tribute to relatives and friends for Memorial ' Day are now being accepted from individuals and organizations to appear in an appropriate "In Memoriam" getting in .the Chicago Tribune, Monday, May 3V. Deadline is 5 p.m.) May 24. For complete information and assistance in writing your "In Memoriam" notice, call Miss Thomas at 222-3647 Monday through Friday,- 8:30 a.m.-430 P.M. . f' .i 1

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