Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on October 27, 1976 · 43
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isw 4m j Chlcaga Tribune. Wednesday. October 27, 1976 Sectlon3 A quiet end to turbulent life of Cdiidace Mossier MIAMI BEACH APJ-Candace Moa-sler died Tuesday In her sleep-a quiet ; end to a turbulent life that turned sensational in 1966, when she was tried and acquitted for the murder of ber wealthy husband. .' :-y-: ." The flamboyant Mrs. Mossier died fa : her suite at the Fontalnebleau Hotel, where she had come the day before to . preside over a meeting of the Central National Rank, cart of the mijUimill Ion- dollar empire she Inherited, from her husband, Jacques Mossier. ., Although police said they have no rea-" ton to suspect foul play, Mrs. Mossier'! death Is being Investigated by medical examiners. Although birth records indi- cate she was 62, she had given her age as 55. :. "r:, :; JACQUES MOSSLER'S body'wis found in a Key Biscayne apartment by' ; his four children early :n the. morning' ; of June 30, 1964; He had been stabbed 39, , times and had suffered a heavy blow to f his head.- - ;..v,rf i. ,. ' v ' . Withm days Candace Mossier and her v the banker - M. . i tirii. i.atut Pnsunro. u-fire $ ? Th lurv deliberated 16 hours and 33 chareed with the slaying. The . 6 i.ri. the two were engagea in a soiuiu, uu.-, atTjiuwm iu uuui. . i - ,r II UkSaJ tff,lAV onif wanf. - .it. t . .IrtUm my tiaei . d his money. Defense attorney Percy Foreman said for myself,' but for my poor little chil- ( Mossier was a ruthless businessman " dren back home. I left them cryihg.' who had long been involved In ual affairs. "If each one of the 39 knife wounds in Jacques Mossler's body was inflicted by a different person, there still would bei many times that number of people left; ... ' 1 l... t.,o;fl.atinll' Inr witn reai or lmBguiaijr jibuuwuuu v- killing him, Foreman told the Jury at after thelr aclulttai that the opening of the trial to Miami. - . . plaM marryt ..We . ,.na urnccT VD ers took the witness stand, but more . again," she said. 1 ?5 .'-T-iLi ft.r-' Mr Mnsslcr married Barnett Gam- S ht from tatify that they bad been offered money v ffif?. fTi by Mrs. Mossier and her nephew to kill ; er injuries in a fall. , t t s , . . . , , ; y A! Obituaries Frank Rehak ' Mass for Frank Rehak. W2 Stirtl?aa areCbapteTorHX 5-mv ,?di,m i2u ; dassah and a member of North Shore CathoUeauh,14llBuani i AvCat, ?eatk)n of ciencoe. She is TT'rX.TS'il .survived by two daughters, Mrs. Jac-, Lr,"1.8. 5fSSnSi f S 'SSTcoldsmlth and Mrs. Linda Leej retired since 1941 as a refmisher of rail- ; s J2Xw,ni. hr mother. Mrs.. Mildred Skoney; a son, Stephen; four grandchildren; and two jgreat-granacnu-dren. r-MvS:' Mrs. Robert F. Monaghan J Mrs. Lois J. Monaghan, 54, of 2424 ' Hawthorne Lane, Flossmoor, died Tues- s day at Northwestern Memorial HospitaL She was the wife of Robert Monaghan, a former assistant U.S. attorney and. a ; partner In a, Chicago" area, racetrack, law firm, and brick company. Mass will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Infant Jesus- of Prague Catholic Church, 1131 Douglas,, Flossmoor. Beside her husband, she is survived by six children, '! Robert Jr., Mrs. Maureen Huchens, Carey, Thomas, Jann, and Brian; .' six' grandchildren; and her . mother, Mrs." Estelle Jann. , . :" ;- William D. Murphy ' William D. Murphy, 49, of 6634 N. Bos- V worth A v., a plant engineer for the Illi- nois Bell Telephone Co., died Tuesday in St. Francis Hospital, Evanston. He had ., been a telephone company employe 30 years. Surviving are his widow, Nora; a J daughter, Mary Martha;, three 1 sons, Kevin, Timothy, and Matthew; and two brothers. Mass will be at 11 a.m. Satur- day in St. Ignatius Catholic Church, 6559 N. Glenwood Av,t U'S'il Mrs. Greta Lederer 'f.f, . Mrs. Greta Lederer, 65, a prominent North Shore real estate developer, died Tuesday in Highland "Park Mrs. Lederer, of 34 Lake wood, Glencoe,' owned the firm Greta Lederer, Inc.; until she retired 10 years ago. Her compa- BAU' ' Joseph W. Bauer, beloved husband of the late Florence; dear father of Angela (George D.) Graham and Phyllis (John) Dubnicki grandfather of four. Private funeral services . were held Saturday, Oct. 13, 197a. - Memorial mass will be celebrated al 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 28, at St. Lucy Church. aMM77. BENSON James S. Benton, beloved! husband ot Sharon, nee Kum loving father ot Jason; dear ton ol Janet and the late Walter Benson; fond ton In law of Eleanor and the late William Kurt. Funeral services Thursday, I p.m.. at The Monklalr Funeral Home. 4901 W. Belmont Ave. In lieu of flowers, please donate to North- western Memorial Hospital Research Center. Interment Rotebill. NA3-9300 A . ( , , ... ftFRCaiilST - - v Cecelia Anna Bergeelst, nee Per- ton, Oct. 25, of the Mather Home, FwMuton. beloved wife df the late Rev. Carl Emll Bereauist; loving mother ol Laura Knebel and Priscil-le Steinbrecheri grandmother ol Mark, Lisa, Paul and Sarah. Ser-vices and Interment private. UN 92900 . , arrt '-V : Rose L. Belt, Oct. J4, Wo, beloved wile of the late Erwln C.i loving mother ol Robert (Sue) and James (Roberta); grandmother of eight; . fond titter ol Margaret, Grover; Alice, Peter. Wallace, Carl, , rfoiine. Adeline and John and the late Cello; fond niece of Herman Hafemen. Visitation Tuesday and Wednesday at Drake and Son Funer-' al Home, 5303 N. Western Av Irom S P.m. Io 10 P.m. Lying In state Thundav. Oct. It. from 10 a.m. until .lime of service 11 a.m. ot St. Mark 'Lutheran Churcn. interment memory Garden. In lieu of flowers, con-. tributiont to St. Mark Lutheran Church or American Cancer Society would 00 oparecieieo, aoi-ooa. mull . -n s? Rose Bluhm daughter of the tale William and Frieda Bluhm; titter of the late Augusta Naylor, Mela rartwrioht and Robert Bluhm Sr. also survived by many nieces end , nephews. Retting at Galls Funeral . uam. tan t. Vork St..- Bensenville. III., Wednesday 3 to 9:30 p.m. Funeral Thursday, 11 a.m., ot the Ben-tenville Home for the Aged. Inter-. ment Oakridee. In lieu ot flowers, aumorials to the Bensenvllle Home mi ao eppreciaiea. eo-jjx, BflDNAR lu.nt nndnar. nee Merva. beloved wlte ol the late Michael J.; dear mother ol Kathleen (John) Drum-mond, Michael A. (Shirley). Man - (Bernard) McHale, Anna (Joseph) Barna, Madeline (Anthony) Covelll and Stephen Bodnar; grandmother at 12; great-grandmother of 10; fond lister of Julia Blen. Eilrabeth Bene-tics and the late John and Steve Merva. Visitation al Colllnt Funeral Home, S350 W. North Av. alter 4 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral tervlce Thursday, Oct. 2a, at 11 a.m.. at t, P.i.r's United Church ot Christ, 1 t'i ' jeoS N. Llnder Av, Inlermtnl Mount Candace Mossier state said l minutes before returning a verdict, of JIA till,, - :,.t .. S.tV. - . .- ..- randed." she said homosex. - ThA children natural children ques Mossier. The couple had adopted thA children after their mother and one of their brothers fatter in 1957. MRS. MOSSLER AND Powers said " . ... tW. 81.(1 fi OUT orison to .: in W2 burdivorced him in. m mmI i.;r,lrr.J.'ltH? ' it : ny built many Highland Park ' 99, of 1270 Robert B. Mullaney v Robert B. Mullaney, 74, a former in surance executive, died Monday in a Chicago nursing home. Mr. Mullaney ' was a retired vice president of Marsh McLendon Insurance Co. of New York Citv. He is survived by two brothers, Paul and Col. Tribune advertising executive. Mass wiH: be said at 10 Joan of Are uatnouc cnurcn, vm Lawn- dale Av., Skokle. Ralph Dahmi v Ralph Dahms, 56, president of the '. Bremen Bank & Trust Co. of Tinley ; Park,, died, in : home Tuesday. Mr. Dahms,. who bad . been an employe of, the bank for 23 .: years and its past president , ber of Commerce. Services were being. arranged. , Survivors include his widow, Harriet; and sons, Delbert and David. . James A. Amaa Services for retired land sales examiner for the Illi nois Deoartment of Registration and Ed ucation, will be Holy ..Trinity and Shermer Aman died Sunday In his home at 8815 ; N. North Av., Morton Grove. Before working for the state, Mr. Aman was a Chicago, police Hospital. 30 years. He Esther;: a daughter, Mrs. Arlene Reic-, hen; two grandenudren; tnree orothers, and two sisters. BONCARO ' Marie w. Bongara, beloved niter of Henry W. (Pauline). Resting at the A. V. Furmen Funeral Home. 3100 Irving Park Rd. otter d P.m. Wednesday. Services Friday, 10:X a.m. Mast 11 a.m. at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Interment St. Boniface Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, mallet preferred. 471-5100, B0WIB . . tone eowiet jr., ucr. za, ivre, or Hlntdale, husband of Naomi Bowles: father of Stephen. Richard and William; grandfather ol two; brother ot Barbara Judton. Services and Interment hi Lima. Ohio. - Lillian (Shaw) oraceweti, nee Patek, beloved wife ol the late Milet Shaw end the lata Frank Braceweili devoted mother of Vernon (Peggy). Letty (William) Jurgens. Janet (Robert) Trams and the late James (Lauretta); dear sister of Laura (the late John) Kupti, Walter (Becky), Clarence (Marie) end Stanley (the late Frieda); loving grandmother of four; greet. grandmother ot eight. Services Thursday, I P.m., at Malec and Sons Funeral Home, 6000 N. Milwaukee Av. Interment Mount Emblem, In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Cancer Society will be appreciated. Visitation begin Wednesday it 1 p.m. 774-4100. branch ' : .r: Adeline c. o render, eetoveo wire ot Iho late Etralm B.I devoted titter of Lillian F. Mattlco and the late Rose Evelyn, Martin R Emma M, and Richard V, Lallkyi daughter of the lata Emma and Martin J. Lallkv. Service Friday, Oct. 39, t p..,et Edgar Funeral Home, 10900 S. Ck-oro. Interment Oak Hill. Memorials to Princeton Children's Home or Bethphage Children'! Homo prefer.' red.' visitation; error t p.m. snui day. 423-leOO or 723407. , , . h StAUSt-H Tabea o. erauKn, 71, rormeny ot Graytlake, III., beloved wife of Iho late John; dear mother of Oorcat ijohn) Thompson, jonn (uotores) irausch and Naomi (John) Fuclki fond sister of tin dearest grandmother of 14. Resting at Strang Funeral Chanel. 410 E. Belvidere P.O.. Grevslake, 7-10 P.m. Thursday. Funeral services 1 p.m. Friday. Interment Avon-Centre Cemetery. In lieu ot flowers, cancer memorieit ap predated. To-un. ... Minora Harriet E. Bfttton, nee Ulbrtcht, , beloved wife of the late Gala B.i , fond mother of Shirley (John) Carrl- Tan, Harold (Edna) Deliell, Jane Gene) Zactek and Sidney (There-ul Dalrelli orandmothar of 191 reet-orandmother of 17; sister ot mil, Herman, Carl and Waller Ol- rkht and Frieda Mayer. Member of Im Chapter, No. 271, O.E.S. Ser. vket 11 d m. Friday al the Zlmmer. man a, Sandeman Funeret Home. SVO0 W. 95th SI. Interment Evergreen. Visitation I to 3 and 7 to 10 p.m. Wednesday nd Thursday, 42. i( at the time. "Not enW were, in fact, not the of Mrs. Mossier or Jac was murdered by, their -SHj: : they had no want to relax t ..l.Lll.L.J A.IM 11V63 vvn homes to Glencoe and developments in the Thomas F., a retired a.m. Wednesday far Sty , ( ' his rural Tinley Park president since 1968, was of the Tinley Park Cham- James A. Aman, ,70, a at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in" Lutheran Church, central Roads. Glenview. Mr. sergeant, for more than; Is survived by his widow. ftllftlAN ' - v. i Bessie R. Bunan, oetoveo momer or Sutan (Michael) Toil; dearest liter at Anna Enlr. Jean (Jerrvt Peksa, James (Emily) Burian, Rote Plotrowski. Helen (Henry) Wish and Elsie Burian. Services Friday, 9:30 a.m. from Hursen Funeral Home. Roosevelt and Mannheim Roads, Hillside to St. Doraitllla Church, Mlllsldt. Mast 10 a.m. Interment rjiiM. af MMven- Visitation Wed- nesday, d to p.nw Thursday, i e p.m, o'-amm - -r CALABRESI . teg Frank K. u vera nonet, CSMPBttl William E. compnettr nutoono or the late Lucy, nee San Pietro; dear father ot pnyiiis (Cneriesi Doit and Richard; brother of Fred (Mary) and Helen (the late Richard) McDonoughi arandfalher of Janls, Kathv. Michael. Jo Am and Tetrl. Funeral Thursday, Oct. M, 1974. at 10:30 a.m., from Poterek Funeral Home, 5253 W. Futlerton Av., neer Lockwood. Interment Mount Emb lem cemetery, wm. - CARUSO V lu at iLoursi caruso or marine. formerly of Chicago, beloved husband of Sentlna, nee Ridolfo; fond lather al Mama rat (Joseph) McM kon, Vincent N. (Bernke). Angelo A. (Oertrvneit tranotatner ot se- wiii raat-arandfather al fourt , brother ot the late Jamet Caruso and Marl Duardo. Resting at the Ahlgrim and Sons Funeral Home, Ml N. Northwest Hwy.i Palatine, from 4 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday end 3 ta I and to 0:30 a.m. on Wednesday. Funeret Thursday, Oct. 2t, ot 9:30 a.m., to St. Thereto Church. Mast ' at to a.m. In lieu of flowers, matt offerings trill be eeerecteted.- En tombment Alt oainrt aneutoieum, 350-7411. w ,.,r,. ,.) . I See Edward A. .Mtitodi notlci. See Frank R. Li Vera notlcg. roums , Sophia ft. Collins, net Greben, be- i loveo wire or uenivi e, coninii t , .... mt Ulriu.LIB.M.1.1 , end Jamet R Colllnt; dear grandmother of Cathy, Michael Jr., ChrHtan. Matthew and Jamet J. . Collins; fond sister of Frank (Bet-tvl. George (Wilma) Greben. Anne !Dr. Leo) Martin and the late John Stella) Greben and Nellie (John) akart titter In law of Judo Cor Mllut J. Collins.- Funeral Friday. 9:15 a.m., from Blake-Lamb Funeiet Home, 3737 W. TVtn St., to oueen ot the Universe Church. Mast 10 a.mi Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Visitation offer 4 p.m. Wednesday. Member of St. Bede and Marauette Park Bridge Clubs. In lieu of How-ers, masses would be appreciated. 735424.. . ' , .. . . . : L C0RTE . " V ' ' ' Attillo Corfe, dee 7, brother of Arthur, the laid Angelina, Fiancesro (nd Ludovkoi uncle at twa. Retting St Panouo Bret. Funeral Home, 3oo 1. 115th St. after.) p.m. Wed. petday. Punertl Thursday, a.m, to St. Anthony Church. Mast 9:"0 a.m. Interment Holy Stpoichte. PU t-XHt. ........ ,. CI6 ' - ,ty "i Andy. Crt. 4 JtCm Hn.pt. Hrll fvlll. PIMM mil IIWU. CURT1M , ' V & OtIU iwtk. .4 , turn, l RnfiKHtd lAnnll 0r fitMliKonwr Chrtili, t(m M Anh) aoM t Mtrr SUnie) (ikw, Ent (IhrMl S.cm. lrr (tM ht 'ti) AntKjoi. Fv-Htl SN, :! f'" Cn'r-t-ioni Fonrl Horn. 4S40-M W, 0 -. Holy t.i.al SI. AlUlbert. Vi.UjIlon VVMnodw (lltf :J0 .t. JI-4JO0, I DAW; ' ' "' . .. , " I kcr JMA UW "' nil. DtMPSW VV ... jmi r.i w iMtner of V Km IJol.eM VtsriU. Ann DnwMf ,imv. iwm, l ttom (t Dfunkm FuftfM Momt. IJO0 C.14M on btocli U.S. . Sovre Hoiunc. wusi M SI. Judt Hit AmU Chwth. In- Knnnl Hll Crou Ctmltnk J oeu. . ; . y. - ... s, . . m. mi m. o vitm. nc unriiiv im-ii. klwcd ail el Willi! DiiM Sr.l lvln inotBM Wil- 4ln H. ii. (LNi) piMimmrin l$lv) CtfWich, Lwrnct Fk- nct) ktniillo. vman (Aran) Lniino, Inn in iatv jotvpninv 1C4I lurfu .nrt Hwriil.' (Char. imipI lmuIiio. fuortml Friday, m. Irom TM Wonlclalr Funeral Emm. 0I W. Btlmonl Av. le SI. nMlIt Church. Hanworj Hit. III. A :30 ,m. Inlerirxfll St. JomIi1 Ccmitenr. Vltiitiion We MUD .. . Alk DWMi nvv imwr. iwm wilt el IM Mtt Wlllwm H. Derm lona lllr ol Nw Ml EliuMtn Irttnw.. poneroi TourvKiy. o.w. tto CDaMon-Bam Fsacrtl Umm. till W. 103rd St. la Iho Clwrck at SI. BJtrutvJl. I:S mii. intemtMit mauni brtMMnao (emci- trv. ViiiUllon WdMdv. 3 ! 10 a.m. l-z.4s , noun Kmiip ft. uouOf aaimrew mnomnm w. Arv. aM Rvam df brother of ItootfTf phi, Kirmona. i-rancn ana MIM at MarklMC Island. Mkh. fourth omh member of University Coancll, K. ol C. Funeral Tluinda, .m., from the John E. Maloney conpamr Mineral norne. i jj Devon Av.. la St. lenatlm Church. Mail 0:30 .m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Visitation Widneioay liom.t to p-m. RO 4-161. . , a, rrancet a. uycaman. or ncmei, out., keloved wife ol Elmer: loving mother or frances an. oteern nu Dorlt J. Reynolds; grandmother ol ehreei' orear orenomomer m tow. uiiiutlnn Wednesday and Thursday. . 7 to a.m., at Donnellan- Fltigerald-Frankllri Funeral Home. 10045 Skokle Blvd. at Old Orchard Rd. Funeral services Friday, II a.m. at Memorial Park Cemetery Chapel, WOO Grots Point ReU SkoMe. H. ENCflBBECHT . . Betty E. Eaeelaredrl.titlovttflhler i o Paula i levin aunt ol James ' m.ivi lm.il Art. I in ffienraal Honmann, Bernlce (Olol) Tome and Grace (Elmer) Newton, visitation 1 o a m. Wadnetdav at Orechsler Brown Funeral Heme, 203 S. Marlon St., Oak Park, where services will be field 3 .m. Thursday. Interment INRICHT . .. . ... .. See Jona J. JV9l mm mic. iauoni. .... . , see i-rare: n. ve vera tan.,, KODerr r. rineer, vriA acrove nutband of Rosemary, mo Lloyd; flea-lather ot'twoi lend ton ol Jean and Iho late Frank; brother ol Rosemary (timer, Lomreiiow ano PlrhaHl (Lois). Funeral Thursday. 0 . am., (ram Bourne Chal Ltd.. Kedzle Avenue a5th Place, to St. Mary Star ol Hie Sea Church. Mast :30 ' a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. Member of St. Judo League. Vlslta- lion alter a.m, Tuesday, ni-oo. ffltDYCE .' '; John E. porayce. neioveo iHisnam ot Iho Me Meei fond counsln of Man (the late Gervatel Lvon. Ed ward V. (Gladys) Healy and Oenevtevt R. Healy. funeral ter-vlces bold Thursday, October 78, at t a.m.. from Ooyt Funeral Home, l risn Haiitmoai Ave. mass. v:ju, AAaiher of God Churcn. Interment Mount Greenwood Cementary. Visi tation wtditetuyv t p.m-1 to p.m. 6AGAN ' see Tneooort h. nan hoik. GARDNfR Anna Gardner, nee rjrooa, tuoaenry. Oct. 25. 197a, ot Villo Park, Ill-beloved wife ot Charles; loving mother of Louis (Sylvia) Kleoka and Blanche (Richard) Back: dear sister af AAarv Makonv. John. Charles and Andrew prooa ano mo rare jutte corbett. funeral service! inurway, 11 a.m at the Westchester Funeral Home, 10501 W. Cermab Rd. (2 brocks West of Mannheim). Inter ment Woodlewn. Visitation Wednes day from 2 to f P.m. mj-svou. Arthur R. cersnon, oeany oetoveo husband of Evelyn and the late Ida, nee Richardson; fond father of Evelyn (Ouentin) Tubbs, Lorraine i Daniel) Haines, Alice (William) lesket, Glenn A. (Betty) Gershon and Paul (Louise) Gershon; It grandchildren)' two great grandchildren; brother ot Albert. Rose cvwan, Neman ana miner. Funeral services Thursday. Oct. 20, 10 a.m.. at the John C. Mettmer Funeral Home, 5020-24 W. Irving Park Rd. Interment Oakrldge Cemetery, Visitation Wednesday 2 to 9 PJ. into. 7J-yuou. . Haas :- y v George w. -naes, gear nusoana or Merle, nee Mcvevi loving tatner ot Marian. Rita (William) Mai lev. Patricia (Earl) Kllnckman. George (Margaret), William, Susan (Gary) Moore and the lata Clarice; 22 grandchildren; two great. grandchildren; oromer ot Josepn, James and the late Mao Helebrandt. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.m., from the Brady-Gill Funeral Home, 2929 W. 7th St.. to St. Etheireda Church. Interment si. Mary. tt-2oos. HAIL A Theodora ft. Hail. Beloved nuSMfld ot Catherine, nee Gagam loving father of Cathleen (Neil) Hansen and Patricia (Herbert) Billlngslevi dear grandfather of Heether Billing-elev and Carrie Hanseni fond brother of John H. Hall and Frances Peverell. Retting at the Columbian Funeral Home, 10300 w. Grand Av., near Mannheim Road, Franklin Perk, alter 12 noon Wednesday. Funeral Thursday. Oct, 20. 9:30 Lit. to St. John Vlennv Church for mast at 10 a.m. Interment Oueen ot Heaven, ass- uuo. Lambert J. narrmen, ucr. a, Smite, At I nrralna kfarowtkvl fond uncle of Paul Karowsky and Ger. trude Muht. Visitation at Blrren and Son Funeral Home, 4125 N. Clark St otter 4 p.m. Wednesday. Funer. ai Thursday morning ot 9:30. Ser. blaa In C, l.ntm, rhlHCh Ot 10 o'clock. Interment St. Boniface Cemetery. HAYES Henry r. naves, oetoveo nusnano or Leona; fond father of Charles, ' David, Linda Slatman and the late Eileen; grandfather of five; brother of George.: Funeret -.Thursday, 11 a.m., al the Hlckey-Vandenbenj Chapelt, 2429 W. 127th St., Blue i Island. Interment private. 3U4014. HFINFMAN ' Clifford Helneman, deaf father of " Alice Mta Diet!, Eileen Tost, Clifford R. Jr. I arandfalher: of Hi great-grandfather of one; brother ot Mildred Gust. Servket Thursday, 2 p.m., at Frledricht Funeral Home. 320 W. Central Rd. at Northwest Hwv Mount Prospect. Interment local. Visitation Wednesday 1 Io 10 p.m. 7weuu. HtiKRICH I Elmer W. Htlmich of Forest Park, oviovvu nuioanu or Aimo, nee p.aur-, manni loving lather ol Alberta (Wll-Ham) Noonan Jr. and Jeanna (Joseph) Oickmonni orandfather of : Mark end Jeanne Jr. Dlckmann. Fu-9 aeral Thursday, 11 a.m. at limmer-; man A .Son Funeral Home. 7319 Madison St., Forest Park. Interment 1 Forest Home. Memerlalt op Iireciated Io the Lutheran Hour. Vitiation alter 3 e,m. Wednesday. 364- HL.aifi Florence B. Herblg,Ttee Paniek, , oeioveo wire or rne tore t-rant fc.f '. lovlne mother of Conrad (Joan). ' Frank Jr. (Beverly) and Donna . Marie Herwg; rono tister ot Irene Him, Arthur Paniek, Dorothy Gruss, Edward Paniek and the late Leona . Wisnerj devoted grandmother of Jeffrey. Alesander, Catherine and . Courtney. Funeral Friday, Oct. 29. ot 9:38 a.m., Irom Colonial Funeral Heme, 4350 ft. Milwaukee, to St, Thecia Church. Interment Marvhill. In lieu of floweit, masses ap preciated, waior in rne civil Air Patrol. Visitation begins 7 p.m. wennetoay. 7a-ojoe. : HFRTtt ' ' Eletlf Townsend Hertel, Oct. 25, beloved wile of the late John A.; : loving molher ol John (Alleen) Her. ' tell grandmother of five. Funeral tervlce Thursday. 1:30 p.m at Don neilan Funeral Home. 1052 S. Wesiem Av. Interment Oak Woodt. visitation af lime at Otrvict amy. 'ItfAwS. I 1 " -. ......... !. ' - I - ' HIIDCNBRAND F. w. Een HiiaeMrana. aeiove fcutband of the late Anna; dear lather e Erne! (Frank) Uhtir, Grace Peterson, Cowin A. (Mary) and the late Aivm; tfetdtather ol 13; great-grandfather of 17. Visitation at Mil- Iiami.kempe Funeral Home, It .M SI.. Oak Park. Wednesoay, I to io a.m. services invnoav, m a.m. Interment Concordia. I4l-e7t7 , HORODKKI '" : ' ' ; Aloert Horooecit, tuooemy, rovma falnu ot Albert Jr., Geraldine (Pat) Pioof, Gary (Lillian), Roger (Ver-mi, Jerry (Cindy) end Oeborah; dear grandfather of Kathv, Ronald, Gary Jr. and Roger Jr.; dear brother ol Natalie Haluiek, Catherine, Joseph, Harry and Josephine (Clarence) Dnemela and the late John and William; fond uncle and grand- uncle el many nepnews ana nieces. Resting at Muiyte and Son Funeral Home. 2157 W. Chicago Av. Funeral Thunder; 9 a m., Io St. Vladimir Ukrainian Orthodoa Cathedral. C oriel and Oakley. Interment Elmwood Cemetery. Penahvda Wednesday f p.m. at chapel BR , HUPtt v : . ' EKswerm L. nupa. eeiewv ran--band 1 Franclne, nee Pociask; son al the late William end Anna; brother ot the late iwiioreo neegen and Raymond; brother m law ol John (Evelyn) Bindeilino. Visitation Tuesday 4 le 10 a.m. end Wednesday II a.m. le 10 fun. al Drake and Son Funeral Home, til Busse Hwy.. Park RMea. It) Hate Thursday. Oct. 9. Irom 10 a.m. until service time 11 e m. at St. Paul Lutheran Church, 100 5. School w., ivtouni rrospeci. Interment All Saints Cemetery. Contributions to St. Peul Lutheran Church will at appreciated. evg-MA. HUPP V Patricia j. rtupp, age av, or rani Ridge, beloved wife ot John W.I loving mother ot William. Thomas, Jamet, John. Meioarot and tohni dear daughter of W. W. Inhntnn at Shabevgen. Wit. Funeral rnursoay, ucr. za. v: a.m., rron. ; Pvan Parke Funeral Home, im . Northwest Hwv.. para Kioee. re r. Paul t the Crost Church. Mass 10 a.m. Inlcrment All Saints. In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. Paul of the Cross Church or the American Cancer Society would be op. predated. Visitation 7-10 p.m. Tuts- oay and a-ig P.m. vveunesoev, inrtaK Mane totiai, nee acnuirr, neioveu nf the late Slaniavr lovino mo met of Leonard (Agnes) and Jerome (Linda) end Diane (Christ-opher) Henc; great-grandmother of Daniel. Thomas and Stacy. Funeral services Thursday, 9:15 a.m. irom the Skala Terrace Funerel Home, 7811 N. Milwaukee at. miet to our I Mtw nl Uaaa Church for a 10:00 a.m. matt. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery, ivmwjoz JAC0RS Mel,. H jnrnnv. nev vmh. dv loved wife or Charles Sr.; fond another of Charles Jr.; lister of Minnie Serovy, the late Ignatlot Vanek, Mae Mitla, Frank Vanek and Adele Topper. Funeral Thursday, 1 p.m., at Recvat Funeral Directors. 521k S. Kediie. Interment 'Cedar Park. Please omit flowers. Metnoer or Teleohnne Pioneers of America. Visitation Tuesday alter 4 p.m. 774- 3809. ' , JABOSTfWICT 1" Albin jarotzewtcz, rono ororner or Stanley, Maryanna (Bruno) Susiyckl and th lata Alexandra Slodownik all In Poland, Adolph K. (the late Helen) Jerosiewict ano Micnanna (the late Caslmir) Sawlckl; many niecet and nephews. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m. Irom Urbane Funeral Home, 1335 W. Slst St. to St. John of God Church. Matt 10 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. 9274111. , ...-.!;-.' JENSEN .... Margaret rw. jensen, or winneike. October 24. Wile of Walker A.i mother of Catherine A. and Eric W.i tlster of Or. Sam G. McClellen. Visitation at Wm. H. Scott Funeral Home, 1100 Greenleaf Ave, Wllmet-te. 4 to d and 7 to pjn. Wednesday. Servket grill be held 1:30 P.m. Thursday, in lieu or tiowers. contributions may bo made to the Diabetes Association, 420. N. Michigan Ave, Chicago. ; KIEEMAN ' ': Edwin Kieeman, oeioveo nusnano or Edna, net Richards; loving lather of Bernlce (John) Wagner, Robert (Carole) Feldmtler and Geraldine Gratfv; devoted grandfather ot 13. At Kenny Brothers,. 3600 W. 95th St.. alter 3 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m., to St. Ger. malne Church, Mast 10 a.m. Interment St. Mary. 239-3600. w-oehr : . . Rose V. tcioenr, nee strain, or ser. wvn, beloved mother of William A. (Margaret H.) Kloehn fond titter of Antoinette Miller and the late Sophie Prospal. Services Thursday, Oct. 20, I p.m., al Svec and Sons Funeral Home, 4227 W. Cermak Rd. Interment Clarendon Hills. Member ot Berwvn Chapter, No. 529, O.E.S. (Star services wednesoay a P.m.;, Sheoherd Shrine of Cicero. No. 48, UU I . Marmnnv Ct.. No. IB. Order ait the Amaranth, Laurel Temple and jane Adoama loooc, no. aas, C.S.A. In lieu of flowers, please make memorials to me Eastern Mar Heart Fund, co 32 W. Randolph St., Chicago, 4040. Visitation Wednesday beginning 2 p.m- GU 4-2050 Bl 2-202. . i K01Z0W ,' -. Arnold e. Koirow. so. or ktotn. in. and Island Lake, Wis., Oct. 25, be loved nusoano ot ntri, june koizow; dear father ot Mrs. Janice (William) Peterson, Wayne Koliow, Stanley (Susan) Koliow and Keith William (Lydle) Koliow: fond grandfather ot three; loving ton ot the late Henry ono Marniioa n.oi-vnwi.' brdther -of Raymond Koliow. Henry Koirow, Arthur Koliow, Cora Jatmke and the late Roy Koliow, Albertlna Luehrlng, Anna Wendt and Mary Stuwe. Funeral 1 p.m. Thursday at St. Luke .Lutheran Church, luiu. iniarmem i.nw.1 mil ual- dent West, Elmhurst. Visitation at Bergen-Miner colonial r-unerai Home. 310 S. State St.. Elgin, 3 to : 9:30 P.m. Wednesday and at the church on Thursday from noon until time ot tervlce. into, ai-wuu. KRAI it'if.i'.t'M' ' KUOOtpn y.rat, rare or oerwyn, ue- toved nusnano or Anna, nee isaou, loving father of Ann (Dr. Roy Komi brother ol Alois Kralva Ciecheslovakla; grandlather of Steven.. Rov Jr.. Michael and Patrkla Kom. Services Wednesday, 11:30 a.m.. al H. Marib Son, 4507 W. Cermak Rd., Berwyn. Interment Woodlewn Memorial Park cemetery, visitation luesoey alter z pj 4310 or 242-3255. . KRU7EL i Cyntnia Virginia Kruier, , age darling daughter of Virginia (nee Ostromencua) and the late Mircneu fond sister of Felicia (John Pneknta. Mitchell (Nancy). Phillia, Leonard, Angela, Wanda, Regina and Vktoria; granooaugnter or Mrs Karollne Kruiel end LadiSleva Os- tromehckai gadchild of Marilyn Kaminskl and Martin OstromeiKki, Funeral Thursday, October 28 al 0:45 a.m. from Baran Funeral Home, 1444-46 N. Central Avenue to St. Genevieve Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, c attribution to the American Cancer Society ap. predated, visitation f uesoay atier p-m. 422-148 -vi'.' itAnfiuWcti . '." -v -.try josepn s. RwiarKowsai.-vereron or WW II, beloved. husband ot Helen, neo MuClbabkh; fond brother of An-tonette Tttesniowskl. Thomet 1 Eleanor), Edward (Irene) and ohm brother In law ot Elaine (Arthur) DeBaere, Robert (Eleanor) Muclbabich and Peter (Florence Muclbaokhl also turvlved by many nieces and nephews,- Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m. from Ridgg Funeral Home. 4420 W. Archer Av.. comer of Naloma to St. Joseph Church, Summit. Interment Resurrection Cemet ery. Please omit flowers. Member of Amvets Federal Post No. 7. visitation Tuesday 7-10 o.m. and Wednes- f day 2:10 p.m.'S86-7900. - .. bet Adeline L. Hianoei. nonce. . LATA ' ' '7'a--.-. Walter a. Lata, w. wi u ver, near husband of Estelfe,- nee Sromek; Invlna lather of Bridget' (Robert) . Severlnsen and Cynthia; devoted 1 grandfather ol Sara; fond ton of I Anno and the late Frank; also survived by brothers In law. listen In .law, nieces and nephewt. Funeral Thursday, 8:45 .a.m.,- from sraia- . Terrace .Funeral Home, 7813 Milwaukee Av., Niiet, to St. Terdssut Church. Interment St. Adalbert. Vlt- : nation Wednesday after 1 p.m. , Please omit llowars. VO 4-7302. U VERE . ".. - ; . '.. . Frank K. Lt very, oeioveo nusoano i of Ann, nee Salemme; loving father of Raymond (Genevieve) and Richard (Patricia); step-lather of ' Phyllis (Angelo) Colena and Geraldine (Albert) Calabrese; grandfather ol 13; fond brother ot Margaret (Michael) Falione, Lucille (the late Joseph) Perrlno, Frances i Joseph) Kardl, the late Loglse (Aired) Passarelll end John Lo Vera. Funeral Friday. 8:3 a.m., from the Galewood Funeral Chapels. 1857 N. .Harlem Av., to Mary Queen of Heaved Church, Cicero, III. Mast .9:30 a.m. Interment Mount Carmel . Cemetery. Please omit Mowers, visitation Wednesday after 5 a.m. 889-1700. I....' ' LEDERER '-.'' -' ' Greta Lederer, nee Stockhold, of 34 .Lakewood, Glencoe, III., beloved wife ol the late E. Jack; dear mother of Jacouelynn (Harold Jr.) Goldsmith and Linda L. (Lonnle) Lee; loving grandmother of Michael, . Jelfrey and Gall Goldsmith; devoted daughter ol Marion Stockhold; fend sister of Eve Smelling. Servket Wednesday. 2 a.m.. at Piter North Suburban Memorial Chanel, 9200 Skokle Blvd.. Skokle. Interment . Shalom Memorial Park. Please emit tiowers. Memorials may be made to the Highland Park Hospital Foundation. Friends are asked to pay their . respectt al Iht lime ol the tervutt, 479-4740. w . LEHMAN SoeAie A. lenman. pea tertwe-lowict, beloved wife of the late Theodore; dear mather ot Jack IDianel; tevea transchlldrge). Funerel Thursday 9:30 a.m. from Jaeger Funeral Home. 3534 N. Cicero Ave. le St. Bartholomew Church, mast 10 a.m. Interment St. Joseph. a-i.Bg LEYDEN ' Dene Curtin Levden, Beloved wlte ot the late Patrkk J. Levden; devoted mother of Vincent end Jcha P. Levden; lovino daughter of the tale Thomas F. and Nora Curtin; devoted titter of Alke, Mary Clancy, Thomas P., Capt. CPD ret.. William, Sot. CPD ret., Joseph, Lt. CFO ret.. Devid. Bait. Chief. CFO ret., the late Michael, Lt. CPO and James E. Curtin. Lt. CPU. visitation after 3 a.m. Wednesday. Funer al Thursday, 9:15 a.m.. from the Sheehy Funeral Home. 4950 W. 79th St.. to St. Denis Church. Mass Id a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. In lleu-ot flowers, masses appreciated. ST 3-7700 Ol t57-7ITt. LODGE Viima M. lodge, nee Adams, tevtng wife of the late Harold J. Ledge; dear mother of William (Jeanine) Lodge; grandmother of Jeanine, William. Timothy, Sherte. Cathie and Laurie Lodge; loving daughter of Mary T. and the late William A. Adams; dear titter of Harry M. Adams. Funeral servket Thursday, 9:15 a.m., from Theit Funeral Home, 3517-77 N. Pulaski Rd., to St. Edward Church. Interment All Saints Cemetery. Visitation alter 4 p.m. Tuesday, eu-soog, . . malec " 'i.r'::' See Edward A. Nleitoda notice. ' MARVIN " ' ' " " Robert F. Martin, beloved husband ot Amanda, nee Roome; dear father , of John (Lavernei ana Kennetn (Carol); lono granararner or susan Steven and Shawn; dear brother ot v seven. Funerel Thursday, I p.m. af Wm. C. Smith and Sons Inc., 2500 N. . Cicero Ave. Interment Irving Park Blvd. Cemetery. In lieu ot flowers . memorials to the American Cancer Society Fond will oe appreciated. Visitation 2 to 10 p.m. Wednesday. MAR10W pm. nneriuw, nw rm, mnv. ' wife of the late Frank; fond sister of the late Julius, Joseph and Maria Huber; titter In law of Cecilia Pert; devoted aunt ol Joseph (Helen) Perl, Theresa (Joseph) Baker and -Carl, Joseph and Leopold Huber of Austria; loving friend of Frank and Betty Sialal and their children. Monica, Nora and Martha. Visita tion at Hollerbech Funeral Home. 4022-38 N. Elston at Irving Park, Wednesday 2 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. Funeral Thursday. 9:30 a.m.. to St. Stephen Church. Mast ot Iho Resur- 1 aecnon io a.m. intormoai ot. Joseph. 4U-isio. McBAIN Ethel L. McBaln, nee Henthrone, i, , oetoveo wire ot me tare eMexanoer; fond mother of Rita (Jamet) McConnell, Doneld and Keith; orandmolher ol Sandy McConnelli . sister of Alec Henthrone. Funeral Friday, io a.m., at bourne Chanel, Kedzle Avenue at 45th Place. Inter. ment Mount Hope. Visitation after 2 p.m. inurtoay. lii-iia. t McCarthy see John J. (Joe) fioian noiico. McMAHON Amoroso 17. MCManon, lata ot Homewood, beloved husband ol the late Raylene, neo Baker; dear father of Harold, Ellubeth (James) Benedick and Mary Linda; grandfather of five. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m. from Cordt-Rvan Funeral Homo. 11023 Olkle Hwy., Homewood. Io St. Joseph Church. Mast 10 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet. Visitation tiler 2 P.m. Wed nesday, ar a-uui. MirMAFit A Elmiro bavrg nnicnaeis or s-umoeru, beloved wife of the late Charles S.I mother ol Lucille (Frank) Kvetoa and Charles (Helen Jeanne); grand-MihM nl alsi areal-erandmother of teven. Memorial servke at Blake-Lamb Funeral Homo, 229 S. Main St., Lombard, en Thursday at I p.m. Please omit Hewers. For Into, call 427-1400. r . . , , MILLER Mag c. Miner, oeioveo wire or rne late Charlet A.; dear mother of Dorothea and ton In law of Harry Abeiii sister of the late Frank and Joseph Korldek. Funeral Thursday, 10 a.m., from Bourne tnapei, r.eoiie revenue ar osin r-iaiv, iv Nicholet of Tolentlne Church, 42d and Lawndale. Matt 10:30 a.m. In terment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. Visitation after p.m. Wednesday. a-aj4. MKW josepn w. Mint sr., oetoveo nus-band of Mary C. Mlske. neo Doner-tv; loving lather el Joseph W. Jr. (Ooloret). Thomat J. (Jao), Michael T.(Sherri); fond grandfather of 1); great-grandfather of one: dear brother ot Sister M. Lut garde, Theodore Mlschke and Ber-nice Jungel, the late John, Frank, Paul and Aloyslut. Funeral tervket Thursday, 10:30 a.m., from Tohlo Funeral Home. 432S W. Lawrence . Av. at Lowell, to St. Edward Church. Mast 11 a.m. visitation Wednesday from 3 to 10 P.m. Inter, ment All Saints. In lieu of flowers. Spiritual Bouquett appreciated. 685- aaoo. . . M0LIERE ' t Millie Moiierg, peioveo wire ot nw late micnaei; loving morner or r-rona, josepn. -rrea imery Arm;. Ralph (Evelyn), Eleanor (Reynold) Patterson ono rne tore- isaoene; wrandmother of three; oreat- grandmother of one; fond Sister of I nvrcse r-isano. vim tsuionu h Rose Wolfger. Funeral Thursday, 10 a.m., from Kowacnea runerai nome, S774-74.W. Lawrence Av.. to St. Robert Bellarmine Church for mast at 10:30. Interment Queen of Heaven. Please omit flowers. Vlsl. tation begins Tuesday at 5:30 fo 10 p.m. and Wednesday J to s ano 7 to 10 P.m. 34JWH. , . -,. V MONAGHAN Y Lois j. aaonagnan, ucr. 20. age j . years, -oeioveo wire or Koocn r.; lovino mother of Robert F. Jr." (Kathleen). Maureen (Brian) Hutchent, Carey M., Thomat J., Jann M. and Brian E.l grandmother ,l tli; tono tister or .wmiem J. Jann. Rov A. Jann and Eleanor J. ' (Frank) Cronln; daughter of Estellg , end the late William P. Jann. Rest-' Ino at the Ijrwi Funeral Home, 18230 Dlkle Hwy., Ho Homewood, after ' 3 n.m. Wednesday. Funeral . Thurs , Funeral Tl day. g:1S'.a.m.. from the funeral home, lo infant Jetut of. Prague Church, Flossmoor. Matt TO a.m., interment Holy bepuicnre. 7ya-sjso. Mona . : .Josephine M. ' Mottel, neo Hbdek, mam 77. ol Berwvn. III. beloved wife ' of the tola Anton j.t deer mother of 'Raymond (Mary Anai, eticnaro : (Jann) and Carol (Lee) LaCortet lister of Lillian, Edward, and the ' late Henrv Hodekr erand mother of i'.aten. Servicet Thursday October 28, 10:00 a.m., at the Joseph Notet and Sou Funeral Home, 4714-18 W. lath ' ment Woodiawnv Visitation 2:00 . p.m. 10 v:ju p.m. wtanesoay. MULLANEY t -1 iU-'Y-.'V , Robert B. Mullaney; 74. ton of the late Mr. A Mrs. Thomat F. Mullaney; brother of Peul L. Mullaney .; and Col. Thomat P. Mullaney. Mesa will , be said at St. Joan of Arc Church, Evanston-Skokie, 10 a.m., - 9240 Lownoaie Ave. no visitation. : Interment calvary Ltmeiery. Where care a.. 1 i Donald Quick tnttjm intkie $c nn s ?V-, fUNERAL HOMES . v:.s). CHICAGO, IU. 303 N. Wttrtl Av. ... .- . 14874 MURAUSKAS Helen A. Mureostat, beloved wtra. of the late Bruno; dearest mother of Dr. Edward B. (Ruth) Muraskall loving grandmother of Stephen, Erik, Jonathan and Andrea; tond sister of Mary Waiditinas of San Diego. Cel. Funeral Saturday, 9: IS a.m.. from the Event Funnel Home. 485 s. Western Av., Io St, Gttmelne Church for 10 a.m. Matt of the Resurrection. Interment si. caiimir Lithuanian Cemetery. Visitation Friday 3 p.m. te 10 p.m. In lieu ot flowen, donation to St. Domlnk's Mission Society, 1909 S. Ashland Av., Chicago, III., 40eOn, would be appreciated. 7374600. . . ... NAGE ' '"" time Neoe. nee viator, oetoveo wile ol the tote Joseph F. Sr.; levina mother at Adoloh (Gera dlnel and Joseph (June); lend sister of Lillian stern. Funeral service! Thursday, t: 30 a.m.. Iron the Skala-Terraco Funeral Home. 7812 Milwaukee Av., NHet, to St. Cornelius Church tor 10 a.m. mass. Interne! Marvhill Cemetery. 944-7302. NAPER Royal J. Naaer. Oct. 7a. 1774. 71 yean, beloved son ot Herbert J. and Francet eerneti Naeer; arerner or John (Judith). Margol (Dennis) Leue, carol, Joan, uwiirme ono Judith (Daniel) Crowe; uncle ot John M.. Kenora and Mat Neper, at Sullivan 4 Son Funeral Home, 4311 N. Clarti sr.. Wednesday J lo IO a.m. Funeral Thursday. 0:15 an. lo St. Joan or Arc enure n. naa n. Lawn- dale Ave., stokie. lis. Mast to ajn. Interment Calvary, Donations lo University ot Chicago Cancer Re search would be appreciated. , NARDI see Frank ft, L4 verg aonca. " NASH '- -' ' George E. Nash, ot weuwatota. Wis, age 57, beloved husband of Helen; fattier of Patrkla and J. Michael; brother ol Mae Shea of. Hertford, conn, mien iMaruu ier-mini ol Foi Lake, II. and Dr. John Vincent (Marie) Nash of Cery, II. I ton In law of Angela of Conrath, Wit. Family will receive friends on Wednesday Oct. 27th. irom 4 to I p.m. with American Legion services under the auspices or f-toerai con No. 203 at 7:30 p.m. toiioweo ov Parish Vigil, 8 00 p.m. ot Becker Hitter clmorooa r-unerei nome. lanis W Narlh Ave.. Bioefclield. Wis. Momlne Driver services ThvfV oev, oct, 7ern er v: JU a.m. ar inn runerai nome io m. jotepns Church, 12130 W. Hedlev St.. whero the mast ot Christian tturiei win do celebrated at 10 am. Interment Wood National Cemetery. Member ot University of Illinois Alumni Av Voc. ana American corrective herapy Assoc.4l4-7K-SU0 NIE760DA ' . ; Edward a. Nieroooo. oetoveo mn band of Edith, nee Coeeeshall; dear father ot Patricia (Robert) Malec; fond grandfather of Karen, Stacy and Trlcla: beloved brother of An. drew (Jean), Stella (Steve) Zavod. nv, Noro (tne tare revei roinansat. cnesrer (nnnoreoi, Lome lunesrerr Rosacnacki. mi oreo iwaireri jarc- ivk and the late Joseph; dear ton In law of Mary (the late Frank) Cog-oeshelli brother In lew of the late Charlet. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.nh. from the Walter L. soma Funeral Home, 1427 w. Chicago Av., to St. Boniface Church. Interment St, Adalbert. Visitation Wednesday aft Ier 4 P.m. eM-3673. NOLAN '. A .- John j. uoei Notan. oetoveo nus. I band of Anna Daly Nolan; loving father af Roseann (William J.) McCarthy and Lucille (Edward J.IEnrtgnrt oear granararner or Jnhn and Maureen McCarthy. Mike. Dan. Tim ana snawn fcitrignr. fu neral Thursday, 9:45 a.m., from R ake-Lame, Funeral Home. 4777 w. 103d $t Oak Lawn, to Our Lady of Laretln Church. Mast 10:30 a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. Vlth taflnn after 4 e,.m Tuesday. For public transportation into, call ajar live or innate raa-aaaa. NOTTMEIER : see siatot nonce. NOVAK Florence j. Novae, wire at jotmi mother of Ralph and Nancy; tister of Jock ana me lata Raipn scnauoei. Funeral services ano miermem neio on Tuesday, Oct. 26. Memorieit to the American Cancer Society would oo appreciated, sje-uuu. ORERMEYER I Marie k. ooermever, net Koesmer, helnvad wife ol the lata Arthur W. Obermeyeri loving mother ol Arthur j. (Ann Gaiatsi); tono granomomer of Michael (Peggy) and Larry; areat-orandmother ol Ronald and Mark. Funeral Friday, 9 a.m., from the Graneta-Galewood South Funeral Chapelt, 1054$ S. Ckero Av., Oak Lawn, to Our Lady of Loretto Church. Mast 10 a.m. Interment St. Marv. Visitation after S o.m. Wed nesday, Pleatg omit flowtn. 423 2400.. ' - O'BRIFM nine b, J orivn, w.w.cw tister of Mary and Iht lata Nellie O'Brien; dear aunt of Thomas R. and Marie Madden. -Visitation Tuesday S to 0 n.m. and Wednesday 1 to 9 P.m. Funeral Thursday. 8:45 a.m.-. from Donnellan Funordl Homo, 10525 S. Western Ay., to Oueen of Aeostlet Church, River. dale. Mass 9:30 o.m. Interment St. Mary. Retired teacher Brookwood Public School, Glenwood, III. BE najs. OTJONNrlL 1 jamet is. o uonneu or lo bronge Pert, beloved husbano ot Georgian, nee Tonnes and the lata Bemadine Marie, nee Vellet dear lather of Patrick (Dorothy), Ann: (Sam) Scambiatterra, Thomat (Joan) . Iimm IKithifli arandfathnr at 13: dear brother of Irene Uradhart and Rose O'Donnen. Resting ar rng HHieman Fenerat nome, vaas w. 31st St.. Brooktield. Funeral Friday; 9:30 a.m., to St. Louise de Merillec Church. Mast 10 o.m. Interment Oueen of Heaven. In lieu of flowers. masses preferred, visitation t nesoay otter a p.m. aes-wuu. PACE , : - 'J"-' Rose pact, neo Rooenano, oetoveo mother ot John A., prances (Ray Keener, Rose Marie (uonaio Grines. Georola (Casevl Wll goslewlct and Anna Mario (Logan) Fuoater lond erandmother ol eight; great-grandmother of one; dear titter of George (Caroline), Catherine (Frank) Gabrlele, Angeling Di Villo, Josephine Gufyat and Pat Sar. ratella end the leto Tom and Vkfor ot New Jersey, l-unerai inursoay, 1 1:30 a.m.. from Rssario t. Selemo'i Sou Funeral Home, 4300 W. North Av., to Our Lady of Pompeii Church. ? Visitation Tuesday alter i p.m. ME 7-0449 or MB 7-V4S0. PASSAREUI .' x ; See Frank R. Lt vera notice. PFRRINO , see Frank R. u vera noncg. Drrcoccu : '.'',.. - Fdward H. Petersen, late of Florl ' da, beloved husband of Pattklg, nod Sroka; beloved father of Nannette. Funeral Thursday. 9:15 a.m., from the Malec end Sou Funeral Home, 6000 Milwaukee Av., to St. Hyacinth .. Church. Interment St. Adalbert, 774. 4100. ' See conttanc lim nonce.. -.- PHIIIIPS " ' ' ' Larry. W, Phllllpt, patrolman! : rhicaon Police Dept.. suddenly Oct. 24. 1974, turvlved by wild Kathv ., daughter Nlkkli too Eric; mother - en a renter emme ena Auerovrrr SsrAlher Nnrhertl sliteiss Mrs. Dion '.r mm Dowllna. Delehlne and Darlene Hfllllipt.' Lying in tiara rrioay, vcr. iq i7 nnnn in 7 nm. wave ran om. Funeral 8 to 9 pm at Christ Temple Church, 14 S. Ashland Blvd. Inter. men! Saturday. Oct. 30. 1974 at Oak Ridge Cemetery leaving J.B. Lenoir Funeral Home, isn 9. miasm Kg, 10 am. iniormenen aivo . I' . V AK IIDOI, III. - 3S Sutt Ksvy, . 6V.33al ople PIERS0N Jean G. pterton, ago J1, at Moaeaa, molher ot Deba L. Plerson at tivane Pierson; sister of Shirley Ne-b'e end Laverne SluHvis. 4kdo Sands end Donald Senas. Resfing at Hirsrh Memorial Chapel. Igjd and Harlem, Tinley Part, Wednesday I to 10 p.m. Funeral mast 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Mary Church. Moke, na. Interment Oak Hill Cerweterv, Chicago. Family memorial ap-precieied. 532-4700. . , ', -. . .. .- .. ,:-c- - PRZEKWAS 1 Ruth priekwet, nee Madsen. late of Dollon. beloved wife of Matt Priek-wes; devoted mother of Steven and Gail Pnekwas; loving daughter ot Chrit and Leonora Madsen; dear tister of Judith (Robert) Frev; fond aunt of Donald. Carl and Pamela Frev; dear daughter io law of Malt Sr. and the late Violet Pnekwas. Visitation 7-10 p.m. Tuesday end 2-10 p.m. Wednesday at the Thor-bridge Funeral Home, 15801 S. Cottage Grew; Ave., Oolron, lour blocks North ol I42d St. (Route 4). Funeral Thursday at 14:15 a.m. from the Chopel fo Redeemer Lutheran Church, 451 E. 144 St., South Hot-land, III. Servket II a.m. Interment Oakland Memory Lane I Cemetery VII-3J00 .v.j. -.. REKHERT "; '. . See Jamas Andrew Aman nailed. RICHARDS ' ''.'' Robert B. Richards, ago 54. of Evantlon, beloved husband si Virginia Jerod Rkhards; fond father of Ronald (Nancy) Richards ot Connecticut! also two grandchildreni loving ton ot Helen and the late John B. Rkhards; brother of Phyllh) Burnton and Richard t Wanda) Cooper. Funeral Thursday, 2 P.m., at Donnellan-Fltigerald-Franklin Funeral Home, 1571 Maplo Av., Evanston. Interment Mtmoriol Park Cemetery, Visitation Tuesday 4 lo 9 p.m. ono Wednesday 4 to p.m. Flewert or donatlont to Cancer Fund ecceeieble. UN t-2900. R0BERTAZZ0 aeg Rose Pace notlct. , R0SENTRETER Mar e A. Rosentreter, nee) Lester, beloved wife ol Richard; dear mother of Richard (Dolores) end the late Russell; dear grandmother ot Sue. Rirk and Mikei lond eitter'ol Betty (Frank) Lambert and William (Etnei) Lester, t-vnerai services Friday, 10 ajn., t the Stela-Terrace Funeral Home, 7812 Milwaukee Av Nlles. Interment Oakrlda Cemal- ery. voeaui. ROTH ' '' ' leranai worn at nanvwooa, s-io.. ne meriv of Chkeeo. belovecl husband ot trust Hue oner, net Wermter; tond trep-tatner or Alien nueoner, Aiirvne Olson and Marllyna Strait) brother of Mary Gefm. Anton, Lisa, Rgsl and Emv. Resting at Ahlgrim A Sont Funeral Home, 201 94. Northwest Hwv., Palatine, from 2 to 5 and 7 te 9:30 p.m. Thursday. Funeral Friday. Oct. 29, 9:45 a.m.. to St. Raymond Church. Matt 10:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers, masses or con tributions to your favorite charity, Interment oakriose cemetery U8-4II. . .. . SALOMON ' -' tsruno Salomon, suooeniy, oear brolhet of Anna (Edward) Kubala) dear uncle of Alfreda and Christine. Graveside services I p.m. Wednes day. ML Ollvo Cemetery. 777-3944. SAWICKI - ' 1 see. Ait Jirositttici notice. SCHMIDT - V Helen M. scnmidt, oeioveo wtte or the latg John H.I loving mother ol Edward (Erne), Mrs. Heteno Schlllt and Iho late Walter H.i torvd erand mother ot 10 and great-grandmother ot 13; oear ttsier or iiniav reuu irM Prldav. rvt. M. I B.m.. at 'rvake aad ton Funeral Home. 5303 VN. Western Ay. Interment Large, Fia. Visitation titer 2 p-ro. tmh oay. Mia4, n,. SIMON 1 ' v peon r. vmon, oeioveo wire or me Ul Frederick dear mother of the late Gertrude M. Kevanough and Stuart Simon; fond grandmother of John C. (Genevieve) Kevaneugh and beorge (Vivian) jimon; greer-randmother of four and oreat-oreat. grandmother of one. Retting) at Beverly Ridge Chapel, 10415 S. Kediie, where tervket will be held Wednesday 10:30 a.m. Visitation at time of services, interment priveie. lit l.-;-"'H, r-..,-':. f - OVAK . - Constance sivat, nee kctrus, ue-loved wife of John; 'loving mother of Margaret (Rkhard) Warren, Bernlce (Ronald) Rltnkut and Lorraine iLawrence) White; grandmother of John (Dorothy) Petkul and latt je,ank (Sutaak Patkus. Funeral sar. . ikes Thursday, 9 a.m., from Rldikat ' v-onerei nome, nm a. nanirv, ru ' Provoenct of God Church.. Mast 0:30 o.m. Interment St. Caslmll Cemeteor. 027-19H,-,! ., . iTARR - -1 ViK; ; Josepn r. Starr or peg jfiatnet, rormeny ur vein muvv, mnmv nur band of Marilyn, nee Crabtooo; dear father of Joseph F. Jr. (Lorle), Daniel C. and Bridget Starr; loving grandfather ot Joseph F. Starr III) fond brother of Mary Catlng and Marate Moranl. Visitation Wednes day 3:X to- 9:30 p.m. at Oehler Funerel Homo, Lee py verry Streets, Oet Pleinet. Funeral Thursday. 0:30 o.m.. from chopel to St. Marv Church. Mast 10 a.m. Interment family lot. In Ilea of flowers, memorieit may be mode to the Chicago neeir assoc. ueorss. TATK ' ' : Melrje rj. states, oeioveo wire 01 Louit; deer mother ol Jeffrey (Mary Lou) States and the late Judy Statet; grandmother of Jeff Jr., Michelle end Kimberlevt fond tister of Viola Northcoto. Servicet Thursday,-II a.m., at Bormann Funeral Homo, 418 N. Mtt) Av., Melrose Park. Interment Mount Emblem Cemetery. Visitation Wednesday 10 10 P.m. 344-0(14. Isn't Rosehlll to old It's filled up? i . Does burial at Rosehlll cost a lot? ' ' r Isn't Rosehlll "restricted"? wiSi? Who' buried at Rosehlll? ' , ,,- These questions, and the answers, are ' f from 'a booklet entitled What Peoplt , V's Really want lo know about Rosehlll. '."rv 't . To get a copy write to: Mr, Carlson, '" 5800 Ravenswood Ave., Chicago 60660 EOSEHILL funerol Directors f .ststgw 'lUIIWIUI MIIVVIVI 1 A, V ; -OmavJiile Wormafion. ouidance and aiTangements are a few , tA Vi ot trie services WEST POSTUWnlT VIIUOI CHAPEL dlthecentorolOaliPerh EU 9-4141 SOUTHWEST KCVaP. fUtrtRM. DmECTOflf i UldS-Kediie :. ' 778-309 . -. ,. i i-. -, -, - ..-. mrnmtriAiitOirt '. r . ... ..u ! PJBIW.7tl5l t i -tHO-ituu ((IMttUftieALHOMS -lieO ,v S7Q0W.(3td8t IU 2-3000 THOMAt llclNf hhtr SONS TStrtSKcanensliynv. IU M70J ' :; i ! ' jv": '" .' ' IfcmnrhjtffinUHOMC ' - ' :..j k '- .v --. i. ' i . Vi-. 7IU S Wettem Chlcaga PR 4-07761 IHCtHY FUrttML NOtiB dMvV.rthSI. 10727 S Pulaski Rd 8TS-7700 Ol Sutiurb 857-7878 FUNERAL DIRECTORS WHO DESIRE INFORMATION '. REGARDING THIS DIRECTORY WHICH RUNS WEDNESDAY, v FRIDAY ANO SUNDAY. PHONE 222-4009 . STOVTl Ed'tn Kef lev stover, vermeriv ov Chicago, gear mother of John; - rendmoher et Catherine, Robert, eoren and Elaine; mother In law ot Constance; sister of Lillian I Mrs. William) Hoosek ano oorovny newt The family suggests contnou- tiont nvty be made to the America Cmncmr Society. Memorlel tervicet Saturday. Oct. 38. at 5:00 p.m. at the Church of the Redeemer, 21V4 Center Ridot Rd Wettiako, Onto. STRAVIN ' bee berates v. wtreri porico. STRICKLAND ... Vivian E. stncnene. net r-tnrev, beloved wife ol the late George; loving mother or James (Patricia;. George (Margaret), Joan (Jamet M.) Troka; grandmother of Hi greof-grandmofher ol two; fond tit ter oe prencet Kearney, me ier Florence Shea, John and Genevieve Visitation Wednesday 3 la 10 pm. Funeral Thursday, y-30 a.m.. rrom Oonnellan-f llieerald-Frenklia Funeral Home, 10045 Skokie Blvd. et Old Orchard Road, te Oueen of Alt Saints Basilica. Mass to a.m. led erase nl All Seiart. 475-1990. . ' - . :. . , . ; t - WAITERS Howoro o. wairgrt ov cigtn, iwphi-ly ot La Gunge and Hinsdaie, be loved husbano ot aria Dei, nee rut- ton; lather of John H. ot Elgmi - three grangcnnoreni tout greer grandchildreni brother at Marion . Martin. Florence Better and Hor. , tense Walters, visitation i:ju pm. to 2:N p.m. Thursday at Hallowerl A Jamet Funtral Home, 40 S. Ash land Av., La (rrange. eunerai a:ao p.m. Thursday. Interment Glen Oak Cemetery. Memorials may be mad to tht American Cancer Society. 15 1298. . .-.. WATERS Bernice v. water!, nee stravmi wile ot the late Michael: dear Utter of Anne Scott, Antoinette loutenr, Helena Olson end the late Estelle Klemm and Anthony (Frances); nieces A nephewt. Funerel Thursday. ' Oct 28, 9 a.m. from the Event Fu- , neral Home, 4845 S. Western Ave... to Nativity B.V.M. Church. Interment Holy Seeulthr. REI-deOO t:' 9 e W1ECZ0RK See Agnet WlnMwtkl hotted, M, - - ' - . i : - ' : V r WIECEL ' v: Frances Rita Wlegel, no Carol, beloved wilt of William L.i fond ttee- mother of Sue Arouilla and Richard niwieii lOTinv uauunrvr or S.SV.HIU , Craig. Funeral Thursday, 10 a.m., at Laln-Hursen Funeral Homo. 5501 hi. Ashland Av. Interment private. Vlsl-1 tation Wednesday 4 lo 10 pjtv, 561-2045. , . . i, WIEHN - Helen E. wienn, die Oct. 71, 197. ; beloved wife ol Leonard; mother of Tekla Beeby, Victoria Cltrk. Christine Ward and John Wlenn four grandchildren; titter of Mrt. Maroutrlte Rackley, Mrt. Norm Strom, Mrt. Evelyn Bergbom, Mrt. Carol Halderton and Lewit Moo. Memorial servicet were held at St. Timothy's Lutheran Church. Mat. - ' bourne, Fla. Donation! may be mad to Its Tim Dodton Fund, co Mr. Alvln Dodson, 430 Buttonwood Pra .Merrill Island, Fla. 32952 WIENER cava wiener 01 Norm wiami seocnt Flo., formerly of Budlong Woods, Chicago, suddenly, dearly beloved husband of Lillian, nee Greenberoi loving father of Richard Wm. (Lauren) wiener and the late Phyl-lis Wiener; dear ton of the lot , Phillip and Fannie Wiener; devoted grandfather of Heather and Chad , Wiener; loving brother of Rose (th -lata Nate) Zalon, Louis (Anne) , Wiener, Morris (Kay) Wiener of North Miami Beach and the let Sophie Chaster. Servicet Thursday, ' 10 a.m., al Weinttein Brother North Shore Chapel. Ill Skokl Blvd., Wilmette. Interment Botlovef Cemetery, Wtldhelm. Past president of Boslover Benelklal Assoc. ant) P. Wiener Memory. Member of Hot- tywood Park B'nei B'rith. la, lie of flowers, contributions may be tent to your favorite charity. Chapel visitation only at time of services. Info. 254-5700 or RO 1-2400. -. , . WINK0WSKI -.: Agnet Winkowtn, neo wiecrareg, beloved wife ot the lale Michael 1 dearett mother of Martin (Grace), Mercella (John) Kalash, Gertrude (Odie) McBrlde, Harriet (Tom) Rodriguei, LaVergng (August) Ebgarleler, Michael ina (Thomat) Hill and the latt Alttander (Rose); deer grandmother of 31; fond' great grandmother of 45; lister of Irene (the late Chester) Lemanskl and Joseph (Irene! Wleciorek; tuttr-ln-law of Rose (Ernest) Ostrandi aunt ' ot meny, many niecet and nephewt. Funerel tervlce Friday,. Ocl.79 ot 9:15 a.m, from Iho Montdelr Funer-aI Mnm. aedt W. Belmont Av. to St. Ledislaut Church for Matt at 10 . a.m. Entombment Queen of Heave ., Cemetery. In lieu of flowert donatlont lo tht Heart or Cancer Fund , would bo appreciated: Visitation af- ; tor 4 POL, Wednesday. 422-930O. . , wood' .;f Mariieg vvooo, oear momer or uoi Ari. WOOOl oeioveo oeugnrer or rvsar-tin and Emml Schmldj fond titter of Peter Schmid and Ursala Rummel. Services Thursday. Oct. 28, 11 a.m., at Drake and Son Funeral Homo, 5303 N. Wester Av. Visitation M Wednesday alter 2 P.m. Interment ' private. Memorieit te your favorite charity would bo depreciated. 541- 4874. . ' Wafter S, 2elek, beloved hutband of Marie, nee Frank; father ol Renetta (Fred) Fllhan and Jerry (Renata) Rogalskl; fond brother of Stanley -(Rose), Rose Zelek, Mail (Adam) Koitk, f-em (Manei, vtcrpne aer ranm, catnenne ir-ramr; rvvoie, the late sopnit ano Aitorew; long uncle of many niecet and nephewt. No tervicet, body wat donated to Scientific Study Association of Chicago., Memorieit I th Heart Fund. ' FuTwrol Krecters SOUTH THOMAS HcWERNCY SONS - r.i " 4639 S Wallace St - BO 1-0703 ,;- NORTHWEST MALEC FUNERAL HOUS ' . t38N Asniavd Avg. HA f MOO TXN.lirtuleeAvg. ' 7744100 JOHN C. MEISZNCH . . S24W.kvingParkRd. ; K f-t000 CHRIST NIcltErl hTC unertf Hooag 330tW.Futerton ,'. K M 4-478 , SUBURBAN HEINEN t ibsCHtTTER ' Oaklawn ' OM Rgtetonc : ' : 425-4527 MePHEE FUNERAL HOMB 1104 Hamlton.LrxKporl 415-835-0345 RVAN-PARKI FUNERAL Mhtt l20SoNWHssy.PhRiclgg 8JJ-117t 8CHMAE0EKE FUieRAL H0MI 10701 S Httlem.VVortt - . 448-15000 THE NEW SMf HY FUNERAL ItOtft ' 7O20W. l278t..PalotHtt, . 34I-423S SrstEHVntNERALWNM 4050 W. 791 St, Burbar 857-7871 anorued try the runerai uirecrors.nsiea ners - aja i ' -4 i 1: -I-to .. 3 r I .) A t 1 J cormei. wv-iwaa, i-.-'-.; 4-. -::n ' ft

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