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Section 1B Chicago Tribune, Saturday, February 23, 1980 Oskar Kokoschka, rebel expressionist artist, dies Obituaries Death notices MONTREUX, Switzerland AP Anst-rlan-born painter Oskar Kokoschka, a leading exponent of expressionist art, died Friday at the age of 93. Kokoschka, an outstanding figure of the international art world for more than half a century, died at the hospital of Montreux, near the Lake Geneva town of Villeneuv where he made his bom. The tall, rugged-faced artist had kept to his rigid work schedule until recently, according to a source close to the family. He is survived by his Czechoslovakia-born wife, Dr. Olda Kokoschka. KOKOSCHKA'S EMOTION-CHARGED works, characterized by hectic brush strokes, twitching lines, and vivid colon, hang in art galleries and museums throughout the world. Equally famous for his portraits and landscapes, he also was a founder of expressionist drama. Throughout his often tempestuous life, ha followed a fiercely independent line that defied ready labels. Kokoschka, son of a goldsmith from Prague, began his career in Vienna where he touched off a scandal with bis bold paintings and an Oskar Kokoschka Style noted tor hectic ' brush marks, vivid colors. explosively erotic play at the age of 21. Established critics termed him the "chief savage" of art. IN 1909, TWO OF HIS violently melodramatic plays so enraged the Vienna audience that it rioted and police had to intervene. He created another stir with his psychological portraits. They were often so tormenting in their suggestion of death and decay that some people refused to accept the finished painting they had ordered because they felt t "skinned alive," as one critic put it John Ian Campbell Memorial services for John Ian Campbell, 94, a retired accountant, will be at 13 a.m. Mondayinthe Elliott Chapel of the Presbyterian Home, 3131 Simpson St., Evanston. Mr. Campbell, . who was preceded in death by his wife, Alice, was a resident of the retirement home for 31 years before he died there Thursday. He formerly had offices in the Palmer House. Lowell Poteshmtn Services for Lowell Poteshman, 47, of Highland Park, will be at 11 a.m. Monday in North Shore Congregation Israel, 1185 Sheridan Rd., Glencoe. Mr. Poteshman died Thursday while vacationing in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He was a partner in Morry's Men's Wear of Chicago and Northbrook Court. He was active in the Jewish United Fund. He is survived by his wife, Judy; two sons, Robert and Laurence; a daughter, Karen; his father and mother, Morry and Shirley; and two brothers. George A. Neff A memorial service will be held for George A. Neff, 87, a former assistant professor of accounting at Northwestern University, at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Valley United Presbyterian Church, Scottsdale, Ariz. Mr. Neff, who retired to Scottsdale 12 years ago, died Thursday in Scottsdale Memorial Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Hazel; a daughter, Mrs. Carol Skiff; four grandchil dren; and four great-grandchildren. Jerry Rlssman Services for Jerry Rlssman, long-time treasurer of Waters Conley Co., electronics manufacturers, will be at 11 a.m. Monday In the chapel at 111 Skokie Blvd. Wllmette. Mr. Rissman, 82, a North Side resident, died Thursday in Louis Weiss Memorial Hospital. Before his 30 years with Waters Conley, he was president of the Jerry Rissman Silk Co. on State Street. He also was a board member of "Lakeview Anshe Sholora Congregation. He is survived by one son, Gerald; one daughter, Mrs. Blossom Kovin; nine grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and three sisters. Rev. Peter Witmanskl The Rev. Peter Witmanskl, 87, pastor emeritus of St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church, died Friday, The Chicago native was pastor at several area Catholic churches before moving to St. Mary Magdalene in 1947. He was architect and prime mover behind the building in 1952 of the new church at 8426 S. Marquette Av. He also was involved in community, social, and hospital work, serving as chaplain at Fresh Air Hospital and Home of the Aged Little Sisters of the Poor, and founding the . St. - Josaphat Youth Club, the first of its kind in the Chicago area. He retired in 1966.. He is survived by one sister. Services will be 10 a.m. Monday at St. Mary Magdalene. Visitation will be Saturday, 4 to 9 p.m., and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the chapel at 8356 S. Marquette Av. Former head of Textron Joseph B. Collinson dies German-born novelist Alfred Andersch dies PROVIDENCE, R.I. AP-Joseph B. Collinson, who succeeded G. William Miller as bead of Textron, Inc., has died at his Barrington, R.I., home, a company spokesman said Friday. He was 65. Collinson ended a 20-year career with the Providence-based conglomerate Jan. 1, when he retired as chairman and chief executive officer. He rose to the top post in the company in March, 1978, when Miller, now Treasury Department secretary, resigned to become chairman of the Fed-, eral Reserve Board. Collinson, a native of Raymond, Ohio, was a partner in an accounting firm before joining Textron as a vice president and treasurer in 1959. Since then the firm's holdings have grown from $308 million to $3.4 billion. COLLINSON took over Textron as the Securities and Exchange Commission began investigating overseas payments questioned during Senate confirmation hearings on Miller's nomination to the Federal Reserve Board. At the time, Collinson said one of his main priorities as chairman .would be "to get the government investigations behind me." In an interview last year, Collinson conceded the payments were made, but said they were not improper. He said the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act has hurt American businessmen by forcing them to abandon practices common overseas. Collinson leaves his wife, Jean, and a son, Jeffrey, of Greenwich, Conn.; a daughter, Jill, of Concord, Mass.; and three grandchildren. Civil rights sponsor dies WASHINGTON AP-Former Rep. William Moore McCulloch, an Ohio Republican who helped steer major civil rights bills through Congress, died Friday of heart failure in a Washington nursing home. He was 78. McCulloch, who co-sponsored the Civil Rights Bill of 1964, had been stricken with pneumonia Tuesday and suffered complications that led to heart failure, aid his daughter, Ann McCulloch Carver. McCulloch served in Congress from 1947 until 1973 and was ranking Republican on the House Judiciary Committee. "If it had not been for Bill McCulloch, there would have been no civil rights legislation," said Rep. Richard Boiling D., Mo., chairman of the House Rules Committee. REP. TOM Railsback of Illinois said: "Bill McCulloch, working closely with IBERZONA. Switzerland API-Alfred Andersch, German-born novelist, has died at his home here after a long illness. Andersch, who died Thursday, was one of the leaders of the "Group 47" avant-garde writers movement that was formed in West . Germany in 1947 and had an impact on postwar German literature. "Sansibar," "Winterspelt" and "Die Rote" were among his numerous novels and essays, some of which were translated into several languages. A MEMBER OF THE Communist Party in his teens, Andersch gave up political activity after spending a time in Nazi prisons. After' he was drafted into the military in World War II, he defected to American troops on the Italian front. He worked as a journalist for the U.S. military government newspaper, Die Neue Zeitung, after the war and was a co-founder of Der Ruf, a literary review Alfred Andersch "Sansibar" among his many novels. ' 1 ' :i ; f . A L- ' U 'a! W. J that later was banned by the American occupation authorities at the peak of the anti-Communist campaign of the late Sen. Joseph McCarthy. Andersch moved to Switzerland in the late' 1950s, settling in this tiny Ticino village near Locarno where he became . a neighbor of Swiss writer Max Frisch and historian Golo Mann. He acquired Swiss citizenship in 1973. Former Rep. William McCulloch Served from 1947 until 1973. Norman E.Leighton, 73, ex-Dowser president, dies Emmanuel Cellers D., N.Y., did more for civil rights than any member of the House." McCulloch is survived by his wife, Mabel Harris McCulloch; two daughters, Nancy Jackson McCulloch and Mrs. Carver; and two grandchildren. TOGUS, Me. AP-Norman E. Leigh-ton of Cumberland, Me., former president of the American Society of Dowsers, has died in a hospital. He was 73. Leighton, who died Tuesday, began trying to locate underground water by means of a divining rod in 1942. He served as president of the dowsers' group for 10 years, beginning in 1966. A Yarmouth, Me., native, Leightotr was an Air Force veteran of World War II and retired eight years ago from his job as a salesman with Brown and Bige-low, an advertising firm. Survivors include his wife, Lucy; a daughter, Joan M. Collins of Warwick, R.I., and three grandchildren. A funeral service will be held Saturday in Portland, Me. funeral Directors JOHN CARROLL SONS "HOME FOR FUNERALS" Ml Erit WHitchall 4-6068 Cemeteries Chapel hill gardens Garden f Ascension, Worth. IL. 4 choice spaces. Make oiler. Ph: RA Ooyli. VB-lOflj arrcr 3 pm. 2 grave lots, SW ea. Cedar Park cm., 134th t HalsterJ. 815, 385-7351 Kaoel Hill Garden Soulh-4 Lots. S250 each, 756 06-tO. In Memoriam FELDMANN Marie Feidmaroi, Feb. 73, m. tn loving memory ct my beloved IMtlMf. Adrlenng Fraternal Notices Chicago ioc. no. in c.t.i.u. Joseph F. Mehoney, retired retoucher, pasted away Feb. 20. Services from Tewei Funeral Home, 18230 Dixie Hwy., Homewood, Saturday, Feb. to, ;30 a.m. Harry I, Conlon, President Death notices ALBRECHT Margaret Albrecht, beloved wife ef the litt Thomas; devoted mother of Irene (John) Tunney, Mary Tresch and Shlrlev Carroll; 13 grandchil. dren; 15 treat grandchildren dear tliter of Alice Btrsa. Alei Smith. Stava McDermott, Letly Voltmer Sno tht lata wary Olson ami Emma ears. Funeral Monday Feb. 25, 1980, M5 a.m. from Edgar Funeral Hum. 10900 S. Cifro Aw , tn St. Linus Church. 103rd & Lawler (or 10 a.m. Mass. Interment St. Mary, vis ttation after 1 p.m. Sunday. 423-1600 ANDERSON Mildred N. Anderson of Arlington Heights, oeioveo wire or (.an v.i dear mother ot Melvin E. (Ruth), Donne Jeanne (Willard) Heilmann, nancy K. (Jaciu iiarnano (.aria m. (wltllaml Wessr 12 erandchildren: Iwo great-grandchildren: tond eister of Forest L , Roy E. fribble. Ber-mce C. Zeitler, Hettle AV Llston and the late Ray Tribble. Visitation Sunday 3 cm. to p.m. at the Laulerburg I, Oehler Funeral Home, 3000 E. Northwest Hwy., Arlington Heights. In state Monday 10 a m. until lime ot service, 11 a.m., at St. Pater Lutheran Church, 111 W. Olive St., Arlington neignrj. inter-m.nt Memory Gardens Cemetery. Contributions may be made to St. Fitter Lutheran enure. 2M-S433. IAGGIO Manherite Baotlo. act Bonltgnon, beloved wile ot the late Frank; tond mother ot Rev. John A., pastor ot St. John the Baptist Church, west .Frankfort, III., Mane R. (Charles) Kaishas and Frank B. (Yvonne): Srandmother ol eight. Funeral Mon-av. 10 a.m.. Irom Eoan Funera Home, 3700 W, 63d St., to the Church ot St. Nicnoiai ot Toientine Entombment St. Mary. Visitation at Itl J P.O. Miiiroev. kw tAHlt Helen 1. Rents, beloved wife of Htnryi aunt or John Schwiliner: fond cousin of Lillian Carlson, Fu neral wonaav, r-eo. w, ai y: 13 a.m., from Matt Funeral Home, 3440 N. Central Av., to St. Monica Church. Mast 10 a.m. Interment Marvhill. Visitation 7 to :30 pm. Saturday nd ) lo .W (.111, sunoir. Mo-344v. BECKMAN Richard L. Beckman of Chicago, ige 48, Feb. 21, 1980 at Eyewater Hos-pilal. Born June 20, 1931 in Aurora. Survivors, two sisters, Darlene (David) Minard of Aurora and Mary Jane (James) Falk of Hammond, Ind. and a brother, Sidney Beckman of Kankakee. Funeral services will be held at the Dieterle Memorial Home. 1120 S. Broadway, Aurora on Monday, Feb. 25 at 10:30 a.m. with the Rev. Mark G. Bergman officiating. Interment River Hilt Memorial Park in Batavia. Friends may call on Sunday from i to 5 and 7 lo 9 p.m. 097.1198. BELLES F. Gordon Belles of Northbrook, beloved husband of Marilyn: dear father ot Brian (Teresa) and Bradley Belles; fond grandfather ot Christopher and Jessica Lvnne; dear eon ot Blanche Belles; dear brother of Geraldine Hevl and Robert Belles. Visitation Sunday, 2 to 9 p.m. at Hanekamp Funeral Home, 385 waukegan Rd., Northbrook,) mile north of Dundee Rd. Funeral service Monday, 11 a.m. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Northmins ter Presbyterian Church, 1660 6. -Kesler Blvd., Indianapolis, Ind., 46?20, would be appreciated. 272- 3890. BETZ Paul T. Betr, formerly of LaGrenge, ot Roval Oak, Mich., husband of the late Bess, nee Troutner: lather of Barbara (Robert) Nelson and Dr. William (Joan) Belt; grandfather of seven; brother of Irene Friar, Helen Kinsey and Lucille Smith. Memorial service p.m. Saturday at First Presbyterian Church, Ashland Ave. and Elm, LaGrangc. Memorials may be given to Fust Presbvlenen Church. 352 1298. BIESTERFEID Ronald Biesterfeld of Elmhunt, beloved husband of Jean; loving father ot Ronald S. (Laura), Richard and Debra; loving son ot Alma Biesterfeld. nee Asche. Resting at the Pedersen Ryberg Mortuary. 435 N. York, Elmhursl, where friends may call Saturday, 5 to 9 p.m. and Sunday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Lying in state Monday, 12 noon, at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Elmhurst, until time ot service at 1 p.m. Memorials may be made to Immanuel Lutheran Church. Interment Mount Emblem, 34-1133. B0R Carmella tor, nee Verctgllo, dearly beloved wife ot the late John; loving mother of Elirabeth (Sam) Pn- tltoia, Mary (Tom) 2och and Dorothy (Jim) Andriakos; devoted grandmother of 12: fond sister, ot Freida Realmuto, Frank, Peter (Josephine), Grace (Dave) Bioger-statf. Mary (Carl) Giovingo, Joseph (Irene) and Saiah Ruro. Funera Monday, Feb. 25, 8-45 a.m., from DeNicolO'Lesn ak Funera Home, 5734-40 W. Diversev Av.. corner nf - Maneo. Mass 9:30 a.m. at Our Lady ot Mercy Church, 4437 N. Troy St, Interment Oueen of Heaven Cerief dry. Please omit flowers. Visitation Saturday 6 to 10 a.m., Sunday 2 to 10 p.m. 8UV-UII5, BUGARIN See Mall Sugar notice. BUGAR Mart Bugar, beloved husband of Anna, nee Kantor; tond brother ot Stl-pan. Stanke, Pere. Luce and the late waninj tono unrie ot Anna Marie, Matt, John and Martin. Funera Monday, Feb. 75. 9:15 a.m., from the Koaery Funeral Home, 3100 W. 59th St., to St, Jerome Church, 2th and Princeton, Mass 10 a.m. tnter ment St, Maty. Member of Gospe Slniska Lodge and SI. Jerome holy Name Society. Visitation Sunday 5 10 10 P.m. 4J4-424P, BURCH Clyde 1. Burch, der son of Mildred Bradenr dear father ol Jack and Jeanette Burch, Mildred Steigal and Carol Sauseda; brother ol Charlotte Burcb and Diana Hartwig; grandfather ot seven. At George Schubert Chapel, 6616 W. Cermak Rd Ber. wvn. Visitation Sunday, 2 to 9 p m. Funeral Monday, 11 g.m. Interment Woodlawn. 788-1072 BURKE Nancy A. Burn, nee Fasano, loving wife of William; loving daughter ot the late Angelo and Concetto Fasano: dear sister of John (Catherine) Fasano, Theresa (Fred) Stavlns, Carl (Mary) Fasano, Mary (Stanley) Dugale, Amelia (William) Barts, Linda (Leo) Novack and the late Kenneth Fasano; sister in law of Evelyn Fasano; aunt of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m., Irom Lawn Funeral Home, 7909 Stale Road (SSOOvV), to St, Albert the Great Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Mary. Please omit flowers. Visitation Saturday p.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday 12 noon to 10 p.m. Mt-2320. CACEIU vera a. caceiu. nee Harder, wife ol Leo: sister ol Earl Harder, ol Largo, Florida. Graveside services Saturday, Feb. 23, at to a.m. at Chanel Hill Gardens South, tilth St, (, S. Central Ave., Worth, III. Doty. Penouo Funeral Directors, 785-01 II CIANCI Dmo L. eland, beloved husband of Anne, nee Milice; loving father of Robert (Mary Ann); grandfather of Bobby and Lisa; fond brother of Alphonse (Helen) and Victor (Helen). Funeral Monday. 9 a.m., from The Montciaire Funeral Home, 6901 W. Belmont Ave., lo Divine Savior Church. Mass 10 i.m. Please omit flowers. Visitation 3-10 p.m. Satur-day and all day Sunday. Entombment Queen ol Heaven. 622-9300. CONARTY Carmel Conartv, nee Smith, beloved wife of the late Ansel; fond mother ot Paul; grandmother of two; sister of Maiine (Norman) Mavnard and the late Paul and Lullit. Visitation v Saturday and Sunday 4 to 9 p.m. at Barr Funeral Home, 6222 Broadway, Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m., to St. 11a Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment All Saints. Shi 3-40J4, CROWLEY t John f . Meek" Crolev, Sr., Feb. 14,-IMO. aee AO. in Lakolarw. ci Native of Chtraoo. oiPKimitiv n't Cincinnati, Ohio until 178. Officer. CuMinw votpj, vm. faouare, OYOla Univ. of rhirem A rink. keeper, Internal Revenue Depart pent. Memeber, St. Joseph Catholic Church. His lather and arandiaihlS were with the Chicago Fire Department, Grandfather Shaughnesty wat Beloved husband ot Virginia Crow- ttit iv"u minci wi tittle i, ue nni (Barbara), John, Thomtu, Kamieen (Wititami johnun: dear srsrHJtiiner or nannon, iracey am Alisha. fond brother of the late James and William t loving son of thtl IjiIa ULtill.am Jknrf Anruti C muilau A funeral Mass for the Repose ot the Soul celebrated 11 a.m., Satur day, Feb. la at 51. Joseph Catholic Church, Lakeland, Father Patrick Sheedy officiating. Interment, Oak Hit) Bunai Park, Manna military i u urn. DEIANEY ' Edward M. Delaney Jr., suddenly, age 14, of Skokie: loving son of Edward end Georgia Deianeyj fond brother of Catherine. Anne, Maureen, Patrick and James Delaney; dear grandson of Evelyn and the late Edward Schneider, the late Edward and Hanna Delaney. Funeral Satur. day 9:30 a.m. from Donnellen-Fitrgerald-Franklln Funeral Home, 10045 Skokie Blvd. at Old Orchard Rd., to St. Joan ot Arc Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment All Saints. Visitation 3 to 9 p.m. Friday. Memo- rials to Notre Dame High School, Niles, III., preferied. 675-1990. DEMPSEY Evelyn M. Demosey, nee Meier, loving mother of Eileen (Vernon) Johnson and Thomas (Alice) Dempsev; beloved grandmother ol Donna Lynn (James) Troch, Kerry Lee (Robert) DeVries, Robert (Nancv) Demoev and Pamela (John) Catile; great-grandmother of Brian Darren Troctv Kevin and Lauren Dempsev, Shannon and Jamie DeVries and Dana Renee Catile. Visitation at Mali Funeral Home. 3440 N. Central from t to 9:30 p.m. Saturday and J to 9:30 t.m. Sunday. Lying in state at Nebo utheran Church, Monday, Feb. 25 from 12:30 p.m. until lime ot service, 1:30 p.m. Interment Acacia Park. Memorials to Nebo Lutheran Church appreciated. JJ5-5420, DEVICH - Pearl A. Devlch, nee LuVasiek, be. loved wife of Rudolph loving mother ol Rudolph, Mary (John) Bartgen, Paul, John, Frank (Wendy) and Juliana: fond sister of Edward Lukasrek. Funeral Monday, 10:30 a.m., Irom Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 3737 W. ?th St., to St. Oenis Church. Mass 11:15 o.m. In. ferment SI. Mary Cemetery. Visitation after 1 p.m. Saturday. 735-4242. DURKIN John Durtln, beloved husband ot Agnes Fiynn Durkin; loving lather ol Rev. John P., Mary, Thomas (Frances), Patricia, Kathleen (John) Obenland and Margaret (Raymond) Thompson; dear grandfather of Thomas, Maureen, Kathleen and Daniel Durkmt fond brother of Martin (Mae) Durkin of Chicago. Patrick, Daniel end Catherine, all In England and the late Mary Scanton. Visitation after 0 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 2-10 P.m. Funeral Monday, 11:45 a.m., from the Sheehy Funeral Home, Inc., 4950 W. 79th St., lo St. Denis Church. Mass 12:30 P.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Forly.three year employee of Commonwealth Edison Co.i retired In 1969, Native of Cashel, Tubbercurry, County Sllgo, Ireland. ST 4-700 ot 157-78t. EIDENBERG Rose E idenberg, nee Zuttv, beloved wile of the late Henry; dear mother ol Franklyn (Phyllis) Eidenbergt beloved grandmother of David. Steven, Edward, Alan and Donna Eidenberg; adored sister of the late Philip and Louis Zultv. Services Monday. 7 30 p.m., al Weinstem Bros. North Shore Chanel, III Skokie Blvd., Wllmette. Interment Memorial Park, Skokie. Visitation at time of services. In lieu ot flowers, please make contributions to the Ametican Heart Assoc, 256-5700. ENRIGHT Irene Phelps Enrlght, beloved wile of James J. Ennght: loving sister of Frances Orvsdele, Biilie Repnetto, Geneva Kerr and the late Norma Jean Weiss: dear aunt of many nieces and nephews. Visitation alter tp m., Saturday and 2 to 10 p.m., undav. Funeral service Monday, If) p.m., at the Sheehv Funeral Home, Inc . 10727 S. Pulaski Rd. Interment Orchard Grove Cemetery, Lowell, Ind. 41 1-7700 or 5-;,l. EPSTEIN Phyllis S. Epstein, beloved wile of Bent dear mother of Robert and Joseph; dear daughter of Minnie Shapiro; loving sister of Sally Isaacs, Marvin and Homer Shapiro. No visitation scheduled. Contributions in honor ot Phyllis Epstein may be made to Burt Center Chil-drens Fund, 940 Grovi St San Francisco, Calif. 94117. EVAN0FF Milan M. Evanolf, beloved husband of Julia, nee Jovita; fond brother in law of Marie Judd, Lillian Abel and Gus Jovita. Services Monday, Feb. 25, It a.m., at Drake and Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western Av. Interment Rosehill Cemetery. Visitation after 2 P.m. Sunday. 561-0874. FARREll Thomas G. Farren, of willow Springs, beloved husband of Virginia; loving father ol Barbara, Virginia Louise (William) Gentleman, Fabian Stephen and Theresar brother ot Clara Miller, Catheryne Howell, Arthur, William and George Farrelli grandfather of 2. Visitation Sunday, 2-10 p.m., at Hailowell and James Funeral Home, 1025 W. 55th St., Countryside. Funeral Mass 10 ?.m. Monday at St. James of the ag Church. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. In lieu ot flowers, memorials may be sent to Children's Memorial Hospital, J300 Children Plau, Chicago, IL, 60614. 352-6500 FASANO See Nancy A. Burke notlct. FERRAR0 Charles J. Ferraro, age 09, of El. mhurst, beloved husband of Jennie, nee Carlotte.' loving father of John (Mary) and Rosemary (James) Progarj grandfather of Lawrence (Gayl), Janice (James) Gemsler, and Victoria i great grandfather of Michael and Daniel. Member of Halo American National Union. Re sling ot The Ahlgrim a. Sons Funer. 41 Home, 567 S. Spring Rd., El. mhurst, Irom 4 to 9:30 p.m., Satur. day end 2 to 9:30 p.m., Sunday. Funeral Monday, Feb. 25. 9:30 a.m. to Visitation Church. Mass 10 a.m. Please omit flowers. Masses will be appreciated. Entombment Queen ot Heaven. tJ4-J5IS. FORTIER Nellie Fortler, net Nolan, beloved wite of the late Pat (Oswald J. It fond mother of Sister Mary Devota, C S J , Robert S. (Mary Margaret), Kenneth J. (Barbara), the late Clarence (Pauline), Patrick and Theresa; grandmother of Hi great, grandmother of ei9ht; sister of Kitty Adair (Bob) and the late George Nolan. Visitation al Kelly Carroll Funeral Home. 2616 W. 3lh St., Saiurdav, 3-10 p.m. end Sunday MO p.m. Funeral Monday, 9 a.m., from funeral home, to St. Joseph and St. Anne Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Member ol Third Order ot St. Fran, els and the Ladies of St. Anne. Interment Oueen ol Heaven Comet ery. 523-0900. FRIBERG Hilda EUse Frlbero, gee 97, beloved wile of the late Taee FriDergt lov tng morner ot toiin trne late Ed-ward) Starek, Elirabelh F. (John) Greenslede, the latt Robert (Muriel). George and William Friberg: grandmother ol eight; great-grandmother of 12. Resting at D,ir,n-n,ii runfi.l ru,n, CI- sron Ave., comer Pulaski Rd., Sunday 12 noon to 9 p.m. Services at living far Lutneran cnurcn, jv.uj W. Belle Plaine Ave., Monday, Feb. 25, 11 am, interment Mount Olive Cemetery. Please omit flowers. Memorials to Irving Park Lutheran cnurcn wouio oe aopreciaieo. will Hie in state at church from 10 a.m. Monday until limg el services. KfcJ- aiuu. . CIUETTE Patricia A. Gillette, loving daughter or uarrei ano laroi, nee JonnsToni dearest sister ot Russell, Susan, David and Steven; fond granddaughter of Mary Johnston; great granddaughter ot Mary Caroline Jonnston. visitation Sunday 2 to i D m. at Kolbus Funeral Home. Mil 57 W. Higgms Av. Lving in stale 'Monday 10 a.m. until 11 a.m., time of service, at Acacia Park Lutheran tnurcn, aju n. unoie, Nornoge, Interment Acacia Park Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Reves Syndrome Research Foundation, university ot Chicago, cmcaio, mi, 60637, will be appreciated. 74-3232, HAGEL Joseohlne A. Haoef, nee Sthodrof, age 98, beloved wife of the late Everett; tond sister of the late Kathtvine Schroeder. Lillian Blake, Henry and Caspar Schodroft- dear aunt of Josephine Spengler, Harry Schodrof and many other nieces and nepnewt. r-urterai daiuroey from ai, Barnabas Church, Mass 11:30 a.m, Interment St. .Mary, infor 233-0551 HEBEL Cvril E. (Pappi Cv) Hebe!, beloved nusoana or me late Alice nee voss dear fftfhr of Donald (Patricia) Jean (the late Jerome) Homerdmg and James (Mae) and the fate Robert Hebel: arandfather of 12: treat-grandfather ot 12; brother of Ann Dorrnan, Laura loner ana inc latt Lester, Thomas Lawrence, Irene Suchv and Joseph Hebel. Fu neral Monday, 10:30 a.m., from Lawn Funeral Home, 7909 State Rd, 45600W), to St. Fabian Church, Mass il a.m. I mermen! Evergreen, 036-2 3 20. HOJNACKI Frank J. Molnackf, beloved husband ef Bemice, nee lackl: loving father Of eeveriy (r-ranKj raeger ana a.-birve (Jack) Hymyt dearest son of tht late Michael and Mary; dear arandfather of seven; treat grandfather of Jacob; fond brother of Frances Scichowski and the latt Gertrude Scichowski; also survived bv nephew and meets. Funeral services Monday, v a.m., from kov tra Funeral Home. 1718 W. 48th St., to St. Michael Church. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Member of Hughes Council, K. of C. Visitation Sunday 10 i.m. to 10 P.m. 92J-im, HI1PE Martin l Hum. Feb. 91. tee 73, lata ot Homewood. beloved husband 6f Hedwig, net Stogentint dear lather ot warnvn ijomv worswicn. Of Lakt Mills Wis., Carolyn, of Brooklyn, N.Y.. and the latt Mam Huoe Jr.; grandfather of Gai Abate. Satlv. David. Jean and James Worswick; great grandfather Of one; brother of Wilbert, of Haiel crest ano Merman Muoe or reorone, also the late tnjawin. former t der and Trustee of Salem Evangeli cal Lutheran Church. Resting at tht Tewt Funeral Home, 16730 Dint tiwy,, rtomewooa, rrom i ro y p.m. Sunday. To lie In state after 1 cm. Monday, at Tht Salem Evangelical Lutheran tnurcn, ltwn ano Asniano, until time of service al 2 P.m. inter ment St. John Cemetery. Memorials to Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church or the Befhesda Lutheran Home, would Of appreciated. SY JARSKI Sophit JarsM, net Stromskt, loving wift of tht latt Frank; loving mother of Frank Jr.; dear sister of Catherine Cerevlc, Peter and tht late James St rem s Itl. Funeral Monday. I:4S a.m.. from Eg an Funeral Home, 3700 W. 63d St., to Holy Cross Church 4th and Hermitage. Interment St. Cesimir. President of Nelson Brothers Drum Co., member or mariona) uarrei a urum Assoc, Visitation after J p.m. Saturday. Due to the dpath of our president, Nelsen (Mother Drumm Co. will bi closed Monday, Fib. 2i 1980. LU ai-afWU. JEZI0R Loitit M. jezier, nee Bieiar, wire or tht late Albert; loving mother ot Casmitrt (Frank) Pelc, Edmund (Dorothy) and Kavmono; gear sisier of John Bieiet, Mae (ttrC late Cm-mir) Pewelko, Florence (Henry) Nik lew. ci and the late waiter (An Bie at; devoted aunt ot many. Funeral Monday, 10:30 a.m., from Goyoilnski-Trotimuk Funeral Home, 8so N. word St., corner ot Cort land, to St. Mary of the Angels Church. Mass II a.m. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery. Visitation bf 9ns i p.m. Saturday. HU t-0258. JOHNSTON Elmer c. Johnston, suddenly, or Be li wood, beloved husband of Mary Madeline, nee Dochenev; loving father of Dennis E. (Nona) and Harry R. (Cora Sue) Johnston; grandfather of six; dear brother of Harry R. and Jane Johnston. Funeral Monday, Feb. 25, 9:30 a.m., from Rosewood Funeral Home, 4000 St. Charles Rd., Bellwood. Mass 10 a.m. at St. John Chrysostom Church. Interment Oueen of Heaven Cemetery. Visitation Saturday 7 to 10 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. S44 6667. KAISHAS See Margherftt BaggiO notice. KAMBANIS Anna Kambanis,nee Scordaras. beloved wife of the late George; loving mother of Anthony (Carol) and John (Mary) Kambanis; devoted grandmother of 9; fond aunt of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Monday, 11:45 a.m., from Chapel of Adtnamis Funeral Directors, 4700 N. Western Ave. Services, 12:15 p.m., at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, 2727 W. Winona. Interment Elmwood Cemetery. Visitation Sun-day, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the American Cancer Society will be appreciated. 334-1700 KAMPER John G. Kamper, beloved husband of Marie, nee Unger; dear son of Phillip and Paula Kamper; son in law of Helen Unger. Funeral Monday, 8:45 a.m.. from the Brady-Gill Funeral Home, 2929 W. fiTh St., to St. Mary Star of the Sea Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Mount Greenwood. Visitation Saturday 6 to io P.m., Sunday 2 to 10 p.m. 636-2600. KASPERSKI Esteite M. Ktsperskt, net Mala, beloved wife of Stanley; loving mother of Florlan (Marilyn), Joseph (Kathleen) and Raymond; fond grandmother of Michael. Debra, Diane and Oawn; deaarest sister of Helen (Edward) Schwendner, the late Mary (the late Joseph) Ber-kowici and the latt Peter Malak; dear aunt of nieces and nephews. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m. from Szvkownv Funeral Home, 4901 S. Archer Ave., to St. Turibius Church. Mass io a.m. intermeni Resurrec tion. Visitation Saturday 6 to 10 o.m., Sundav 2 to 10 o.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to Cancer Society tppreciatep. Jd'du KEEVAN Catherine Keevan, et Egart, beloved wife of the late John J. Keevan; dear mother of the late Lorraine C. Keevan; loving sister of Marie, Patricia and the late Nellie, Stasia, Nora, William, Lillian and James Egan; fond aunt of many. Visitation at Peterson Funeral Home, 6938 W. North Ave., Sunday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Funeral Monday, Feb. 25, 9:30 a.m., to St. Giles Church. Mass of the Resurrection 10 637 4441 e Cemetery. K0K0RIS see John D. Podesta notlct. K0UNTIS Gus N. "Dutehfe" Kounfls, beloved father ot Mark; dear son of the late Nicholas and Bertha; loving brother of Sophie (Nick) Bacuros, William ( Dolores), the late Jean and Christ; fond uncle of Jean (Gregory) Swan, Clarise, Patricia, Dean, Michele, Gregory and Michael; dear friend of Karen and Kathy Soradlev. Funeral Monday, 10:15- a.m., from Conbov r-unerai Home, louis j. beoaros. Director, 6150 W. North Ave. to St. Basil Greek Orthodox Church for It a.m. services. Interment Elmwood Cemetery. Visitation 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday and 2 to 9 P.m. Sunday. 237-1134. KURYLO Petro Kurvlo, loving; husband of Paraska, nee Hecner, dearest father of Anna Wasiunec (Wasvl), Michael (Mary) Stefan (Bemadine) Russell and Marv; beloved grandfather of six grandsons and 8 granddaughters; dear cousin of Rev. Sebastian Kurvlo. O.S.B.M. Resting at Kappa Funeral Home. 3321 W. ChkAos Ave. Funeral Mass Monday 9:30 a.m. at St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral. Interment St, mcnoias lemercry, zo-ajj MAENZA Michael J. MaenzB beloved nu band of -Barbara, nee Vice; dear father of Catherine (Charles) White and Michael (Deborah); grandfather of four; fond brother of Virginia Victoria, Anthony and tht late Frank, Philip, Joseph, Mary and Rose. Funeral Monday, a.m., from Dalcamo Funeral Home, 470 W. 2Mb St., to ST. Theresa Mission Church; 218 W. Alexander. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Marv. Visitaton Satur day, 6 p.m. to 10 P.m. and Sunday, 1 p.m. io iu p.m. vu'oooi. MANCZAK Eugene S. Manciak. beloved hus band ot Mildred, nee Kosior; loving father of Ronald; dear son of tht late Frank and Julia; stepson of LeROV sioven; tond brother ol ne len Pawlowskl. Visitation Saturday 4 fo 9; 30 p.m. and Sunday 2 to 9:30 p.m. at Skaia Funeral Home, 3656 W. Belmont Av. Funeral services Monday, 9:30 a.m., to SI, Hvacinth Church. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery. 539-1376. MANDY Marvel T. Mandy, net Lambert, be. loved wife of the late Mvron J.;dear rnolher of Mvron (Sandra), Judith (Bert) Pollock; grandmother of Sufanne and Jennifer Mandv; fond sister of Lv e A. and the ate Mar tin. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m. .from wm. c. Smith & sons inc., 2500 N. Cicero Ave., to St.Vialor Church. Mass io a.m. visitation Saturday to 9 p.m. and Sunday 1 to 9 p.m, J-BUU. MARTIN Marv E. "MaeM"Martln, net Rvan, betoved wife of Harry J, ''Sonny' fond mother of Harry J. Jr. "Bud' (Angle). Marv Ann (Jiml Smallev, Michael J. (Pat) and Kevin Pat-rick; loving grandmother of 12; dear sister of Sister Kathleen Kevin, C.S.J., Kathleen Rogers, Frances Crowley, Robert and the late John, Joseph, Michael, Ann Gnenia and Patricia Hughes; dearest friend of Lucy Lavene. r-unerai wonaav, i a.m., from McKeon Funeral Home, 37th Street at Lowe Avenue, to Nativity Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. In terment Holy sepulchre cemetery, Member of Nativity Altar and Ros try Society. Visitation Saturday 4 to 10 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. MEAGHER Clara Meagher (Madsenl, beloved wite of Walter F. Meagher; mother or senare Maasen, Gerry (Jean) Mad ten and Neil (Marilvn) Madsen and Judith (Ralph) Underbill; dear srandmother of four. Memorial ser vice Monday. 11 a.m.. at the Morgan Park Congregational Church, 11)53 Hovne. in neu ot flowers, donations to Mustchoral inc.. 5649 w. 63rd-St, l-iJ5, t MILLER Andrew Miller, latt of the Danish Old Peoples Home, beloved husband of the late Ida; loving father of timer (uinneat, ueorge (Virginia) and El a William Wilson; grand' father of seven; great-grandfather of four; stepfather of Jack (Ida Mae) Sorensen and Rov (Dolores) So fen-sen; step-grandfather of three. Funeral Monday, Feb. 25, 1:30 p.m., at Olson Funeral Home. 6467-77 N. Northwest Hwy. Interment Mount Olive. Member of Danish Brotherhood Lodge, No. IB and Carocnter'i Union Local 30. In lieu ol flowers, memorials to the Danish Old PeoDlet Home, 5656 N. Newcastle. would bt appreciated. Visitation from 3 to 9 p.m. Sunday. 74-3333, MULHOLLAND Florence A. Mutholtand, 8S, Mc Henry, III., dear aunt ot Mrs. Lorette f John) Tratnvek, Chicaoo and Terr- a nee MulhoMand, Elgin, Resting at tht George R. Justen and Son Funeral Home. 3519 W. Elm St.. Mc Henry, ill. Visitation Sunday 2:30 d id. to I o m. Funeral Monday a.m.. to St. John tht Baoti Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Ail Saint Cemeterv. Dei Plalnes. Masses and memorials to twchufch appreciated. ai-Je24uo, NAJGEBAUER Katharine Nafgebauer, net MleMsr, February 22, 1980, beloved wife the late Bruno: lovina mother tadeusi B. Funeral Monday, 9 a.m. from Eweid Funeral Home, 7V)i N. Southport Ave., to St. Josaphat Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery. Visitation urr p.m. 9diuiar. .w-uuro. NATAIE jrHtnti S. Natale. heloved sen AAarv, nee Scaiera, and the lale Joieph: loving brother el Marie (fhe lale M'Chafl) Caltareilo, Grace (the late George) Truepo. Sam ILor-raine). Rose and the lale Nick I Dolores I Naiele; uncle of many niecei and nephews. Resting at Columbian Cnanols, 6M1 W. North A., Oak Park. Funeral Monday a: AA.. tn a.m at &.nta Maria Ad doiorata Church. Entombment Queen of Heaven Mausoleum, visr .i.n t.t.irrl.v arrl Sunday 4 p.m. ft .J0 p.m. Into. J79-JIJ1 st fca-JOIO. NAUGHT0N Sag Alfred f. O' Brill notlct. NEWMAN Edna Enstrom Newman, wife of the late Robert Enstrom and Frank Newman; mother of the late Jean DeFreece. Graveside service Monday, 1:30 pm., at Mpunl Emblem Cemetery, t)l-u. NYREN Walter P. Nvren. It, ef Holiday, Fla., Feb. 14, 1980, formerly of Chicago, emotovee of Metropolitan senitanr District, husband of viola; father of Walter R.,- brother of Stanley of Oak Lawn, III. Funeral services were held Feb. II, In Holiday, ria. BRILL Allred at. O'Brll . be overt hinh.nd Ot Marie A. 0' Brill, nee Naughton: dear father ot John F., Robert A. (Pamela) and coiette (Jerome) Mever; 13 grandchildren; fond brother of Mrs. Marv G. Guarneri, the late Lillian and Donald. Funeral Monday, g:W a.m., from Smith-Corcoran Funeral Home, 6150 N. Cicero Ave. to St. Mary of the Woods Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Calvary. Charter member of St. Marv ol the Woods Parish. Past commander of Consumers Post A.L. and member of Disabled American Veterans. Please omit Howers. Visitation Saturday from a to 10 p.m, and Sunday 1 to 10 p.m. 7U-X 0HZ0URK Julia R. Ohiourtr, nee Bednarek, beloved wife of John D.; loving mother of John J. (Ann) and Charles M.i fond grandmother of Valerie and Patrick; dear sister of Joseph (Ele-nore) and Edward (Annette). Funeral Monday, 9: 15 a.m., from Kol-bus Funral Home, 684157 w. Hig-gins Ave. to St. Pious V Shrine, 30 Miller Rd., Lake Zurich. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, Masses preferred. Visitation Saturday 5 to g p.m. and Sunday J lo 9 p.m. 74- 0S0WSKI Mary H. Osowskt, nee JankowskI, beloved wife of the late Stanley; dear mother of Eugene (Helen), Stanley (Lucille) and Edward (Dorothy); dear sister of Agnes (late David) Tierney, the late Lottie (late John) Gulanowski, late Pauline (late Kasper) Knasiak nd late John (Marie) Jankowski; loving grandmother of nine; great-grandmother of one. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m., from Pomierski & Son Funeral Home. 1059 W. 33rd St. to St. Mary of Perpetual Help Cflurcrt. interment Kesurrecnon. Member D. of I. Copernicus Circle 324: Visitation Saturday, 210 p.m. and Sunday, 1010 P.m. YA7-6424, PAPINEAU Raymond e. Paoineau, or Westchester, on Feb. 22, 1980, beloved husband ot Marv Ellen, nee Nam: loving father of Joan Mane (Harvey Dickinson) Boeder and Barbara An ne (Donald) Worst; tond grandfather of five; great grandfather of three; brother in law of Gertrude Henderson. Funeral Mondav, Feb. 25, at 9:30 a.m. from The Westches ter Funeral Home, 10501 W. Cermak Rd. (2 blocks W. of Mannheim) to Divine Providence Church for Mass at 10 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Member of Telephone Pioneers of America. Please omit flowers. Masses are preferred. visitation Sunday trom 3 unm y p.m, 562-5900. PAULTON. Paul John Paul ton, age 69, devoted husband of the late Eleanor; be loved father of Jeannette Lav. Pau la (Donald) McCance and Judith (Jchn) Siska; grandfather of seven; gnat-grandfather of nine. Services private. Memorials to the Danish uia reopies Home, msg in. Newcastle, would bt appreciated. 7;4-3333, PAV0NE violet Pavone, nee Sartl, beloved wile of the late Vito; loving mother ot Alfred "Arch" (Anne, nee Pel-legnno); dear grandmother of Louis (Ann Mane) and Joseph (Gail); sister of Emily Meo and the latt Rose and George Sarli, Resting at Conbov Funeral Home, 6IS0 W. North Av. Funral Monday, 9 a.m., to Our Lady ot the Mount Church, Cicero. Mass 10 a.m. Entombment uueen of Heaven. Please omit flow ers. Visitation Saturday 5 to 9 p.m., auiiuay t iu t p.m, iJi-i I J4. PEUEGRINO Set Violet Pavont notlct. PIEPER Walter J. Pieoer, of Cary, beloved husband of tht lale Otillit, nee Ra-da; fond father of Delores Baden and Walter (June) Pieoen arand father of Christopher and Jennifer Pieper, Larry, Kathleen Krii; brother of Lena Schumacher, Member of Caroender union local no. 181. Resting at Kahie-Moora Fu neral Home, Rt. 14 and Silver Lake Rd., Cary, from 2 to 9.30 p.m. on Sunday. Service 1 p.m. Monday, Feb. 25. Interment Wmdndge emerery. ojv jbi. PODESTA John D. Podestat beloved husband of Marv, net Kokoris; loving father or Anrnony laaroarai ano jonn (Marv) Podesta; devoted grandfather of Megan; dear brother of Lawrence and Raymond (Mildred) Podesta; fond brother-in-law ot Evalvns (Soirro John) Carres and George (Helen) Kokoris. Funeral Monday, 9 a.m., from Chapel of Adinamis Funeral Directors, 4700 N. Western Ave., to the Assumption B.V.M. Church, 323 W. Illinois St., for Mass at 10:00 a.m. Entombment local. Visitation Saturday, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday, 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the American Cancer Society or Mass offerings would bt ap preciated. JJ4-IW. POTESHMAN Lowell Poteshman, dearly beloved husband ol Judy, nee Levinej loving v rather ot Robert, Laurence ana Karen; beloved son of Morry and Shir- lev; beloved son in law of Mitet and the late Al Levine; dear brother of Dr. Norman (Sharon) and Armand (Eleanor); beloved by a countless number of friends. Services Mondav, 11 a.m., at Northshore Congregation Israel-,H85 Sheridan Rd., Glencoe, til. Interment Shalom Memorial Park. Visitation at time ot service. In lieu of flowers, olease make con tributions to the Lowell Poteshman Foundation of the A L S. Society. For information, Weinstein Brothers North Short Chapel. 236-500 or 6i 2400. PRESTA Carolina Presta, net ZiccarelM, loving wife ot the late pasouaie beloved mother of Bruno (Rosetta) Frank (Linda). Lorenzo (Maria). Emilia (Giuseppe) Bruno, For I una (Frank) Provenzano, Concetta (Mario) Bartucct, Mana (Rati faeiei, puiict ano tiena tLUigi Prtta fnnrt Grandmother ot 19. dear great -grand mot her ot one. Funeral Monday, 9 a.m., from Rosano D. Salerno's Sons Funeral Home, 6300 W. North Ave., to Immaculate conception cnurcn. Mass io a.m. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery. Visitation beginning Saturday i p.m. 637-0449 or 637-0430. PUCHALSKI Harriet Puchafskt, R.N.. nee Sim. kowsM, beloved wife of Louis; fond ' sister of Virginia (Larry) Kiofla, Marv (Mail Piekos and Aivce (Bud) Summers; daughter in law of Catherine Puchalski. Funeral Mondav, Feb. 2S, at 10:15 a.m., from Colonial Funeral Home, 6250 N. Milwaukee, to Our Lady of Grace Church. Interment Sacred Heart, Pafos, III. In lieu of flowers, con tn but ions to Chicago Heart Assoc, or American Cancer Society preferred. Visitation begins 4 p.m. Satur day. 4-UJM. ROMAN Joseph Roman, Feb. J!, age li: beloved husband of the late Katarl. na; oear tarner ot einaoeth Ankar. berg, Paul, Ketherine Herring, Ann Stachurski and the late Mai. Joseph ' 14 grondchiidren'and 17 great r.nocnnaren. t-unerat Monday, Pe. 25, at P a.m. trom Schmidt Funeral Home, J056 58 Belmont Ave., lo St. Benedict's Church lor Mass at g:30 a.m. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery, Visitation after a p.m. Sunday. PUTT Frank J Put! Jr., age 71, of Ber- wvn, beloved husband ot the late Loretta, nee Kritenbrin; tond lather ot Lorctia Eugene) oaies key, Patricia (John) Imoens. Arleen ( Howard) Manning ano r-ren. j Putr ill: arandfather of eight great-grandfather of four. Resting at NiUemen Funeral Home, PC, S W. 31 St., Brooktield. Funeral Mon. day, :30 a.m., to St. Louise de M.rillar church. La Grange Park. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Queen ol Heaven. Retired 40 year employee of H. J. Heinr. Member of Chicago Federation ol Musicians, Union Local 10. pieasee omit tiowers. Memorials to Misencordia Home appreciated. Visitation Sunday, 1 10 t p.m. 4Bi-ro ROLOFF Grace I. Roloff, nee Helmkamp, of Chicago, beloved wife ot the lale Arthur; dear mother ot Pern (Norman) Luther; loving grandmother ol Arthur (Dine) Luther: great- grandmother ol Nicole; fond sister of Ruth. Mane, Florence and Albert MHmk.ma Private services. Con- tribuiions to vour favorite charity appreciated. 124-ilu. SARLI See Violet Pavont police. SHACKUT0N Mary Shackleton of Lemonf, Feb. 72. beloved wife of the lale Ernest; loving mother of Lois (Joseph) Col-aoietro, Rita (Rov) Hostert and Robert (Anionic el Shack eton. CPD. Funeral service Mondav, Feb. 25, at 11 a m., at the Mar. kiewici Funeral Home, 106 Jllinoig sr., Lemoni. interment Mount ver- . non Cemetery, Lemont. Visitation , Saturday 7 to g p.m. and Sunday 1 to. 4 and ; to t p.m. 234363. i SIEJA George w. Siela. beloved husband) ol Eleanor L., nee Abramoske; lov. ing father ot Donald E. (Shirley) I grandfather of Calhy, Lisa and Mark; brother of Antonette Mror, Joseph, (Marv) Virginia (Stanley) Janovsky, Clara (George) De- metoulis, Frank, (Emily) Lillian (Frank) Pine. Chester (Anne) and Florence (John) Sedarook. Resting i at Hornburg-Ktein Evergreen Funer-al Home, 2955 W. 9Slh St. Saturday and Sunday 2 to 10 P.m. Service Mondav I p.m. Interment Bethania, 422-7010. SMITH Grace Ryan Smith, l, Feb. V, 1980, widow of Waller Bvron Smith; sister of the late Frank R. Rvan, James Edward Ryan and Terence Arthur Rvan. No visitation. Funeral Mass at Holy Name Cathedral Wednesday, II a.m. Interment private. Info.: C.H. Jordan & Co. 78-70 STEFAN Smca Stefan, dearly beloved wife of the late Alex; fond mother of George B. (Marv) and eettv S. (Peter) Church; three grandchildren and one deceased; one great grandchild. Resting at the John C. Meisrner Funeral Home, 5620-24 Irving Park; Rd., until 9 a.m. Monday. Funeral service Feb. 25, 10 a.m. at the St. Mary Romanian Orthodox Church, 4225 N. Central Ave. Interment Rosehill Cemetery, Visitation Saturday A to 9:30 o m., Sunday 2 to 9,30 p.m. Information, 736-9000. TAORMINA Jack Taormlna, of Morton Grove, beloved husband of Dolores; dear father of James (Roberta); grandfather ot Michael, Mary Jo, Matthew and Melissa; fond brother of Kate Parrin, Dom, and Josephinu Miceli. Funeral from Mever-Simkins Funeral Home, 6251 Dempster St., Morton Grove, Mondav, 9 a m., to St. Martha Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven. Visitation Sunday 3 to 9 pm, In lieu of flowers, memorials to Diabetic Fund would be appreciated. Y 05-2500. TEERUNG John Teerllnj, Jr., age 67, beloved husband of Ann. nee Van Dyke; dear brother of Isaac, Jennie Danrtoff, Arnold and the late Samuel, Annie B rower, Siert, Henry, James and George. Resting at the Sthmaedeke Funeral Home, 10701 S. Harlem Av Worth, where services will be held at 1 p.m. Mondav, Feb. 25, 1980. Visitation Saturday 7 to 9:30 p.m. and Sunday 2 to 9:30 P.m. Interment Mount Hope Cemetery. 448-6000. T0MICH Marv Tomich. nee Affelot, of Naper-vilie, late of Summit, beloved wile of the late PhiHio L ; dear mother of the late Norman P.; fond sister of Gustie Wail, Florence Schrader, the late William, Carl and Albert Affelot and Anna Kane; nieces, nephews and other relatives. Visitation Sunday, 2 p.m. to 8 p m., at Frank M. Foran Funeral Home, 7300 W. 55th St. (West Archer A. lust west of Harlem). Service Moidav, 1 p.m. Pastor Waller E. Roschke officiating. Interment Hiilcrest. tn lieu of flowers, offerings mav be made in her memorv to Bethany Lutheran Church, Neperville. 45a-0208. UTT0F Herbert J. Uttof. beloved husband of Adelia, nee Waech; dear father of Wayne and Janet (Raymond) Caoii; loving grandfather of Bryant and Steven; brother of Frieda Derby. Visitation at Matz Funeral Home, 3440 N. Central Av., from 7 to 9:30 P.m., Saturday and 1 to 9:30 p.m., Sunday. Lying in state at Bethel Lutheran Church, 1410 N. Springfield Av., from 12 noon Mondav, Feb. 25, until time of service at 1 p.m. Interment St. Lucas. In lieu ef flowers, memorials to Bethel Church or the American Cancer Soci ' cty appreciated. 545-5420. VERCIGUO Set Carmella Bor notica. V0GEL Emma C. Vogel, age 86, beloved wife of the late Harry H devoted mother of William ( Ruth); fond grandmother of Laura and James. Funeral service, 9:30 a.m., Monday Feb. 25, W80, at Schmaedeka Funeral Home, 14205 Union Ave., Orland Park, to St. Michael Church, Orland Park. Mass 10 a.m. Visitation Sun day, 3 to 9:30 p.m. Interment St. Marv Cemetery. 349 0111. VYZRAL Frances Vyzral, net KoHn, beloved wife of the latt Edward J., CPD; sister of George Kolm and Svlvte (Ernest) Bemamin, the latt Edward KoMn and Agnes Babka; aunt of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Mondav, 9 a.m., from Becvar Funeral Directors, 5218 S. Kedne, to St. Basil Church. Interment Resurrection. Please omit flowers. Visitation Saturday after S p.m. 776-3609. WAGNER Ralph H. Wagner, age 6t, loving husband of Margaret, nee Neumann; beloved father of Carol (Dale) Jes- , sen and Robert (Marie); dear grandfather ot Patricia Lynn; dear brother of Irma (Fred) Smith. Funeral services Saturday I p.m. at Tht Montciair Funeral Home. 6901 W. Belmont Av., to Acacia Park Cemetery. Visitation Friday 7 P.m. to 10 p.m. President of Krofv Wagner, Inc. Lt. Cm dr. United States Naval Reserve. In lieu of flowers, donations mav be made to the Grace Lutheran Church, 2700 N. Harlem Av., Elmwood Park, III. 622-9300. WALSH Michael J. Walsh, suddenly, beloved son of the lale John J. and Bridget, nee O'Neill; loving brother ot Mary, John, William and tht late Thomai (Helen) Walsh; fond uncle of Ma-nan and Joan Walsh. Funeral Mondav, 9:15 a.m. from the Mclnerne? Funeral Home, 7901 S. KomensW Av. to St. Dennis Church. Mass 10 a.m. Visitation Saturday after 2 P.m. and Sunday Noon to 10 p.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. 585-0702. WEISS Carl G. Weiss, beloved husband of Hertha, nee Rock; fond father of Frank (LaVerne) and Robert (Levonne); grandfather ot five. Services Monday, 1 p.m., at Egan Fu neral Home, 3700 W. 63d St. Intta ment private. Member of John Ericsson, No. 50, 0 0. F. and South-Side Rebekah Lodge, No. 101. Visitation after 2 p.m. Sunday. LU 2-2000. WINCHELL Clarence E. (Pop) Winchell, formerly ot Oak Park, loving husband of Marion; fond father of Clarence E. (Laura). Mary W. (Jack) Sheoerd, Jane W. (Craig) Graham; grandfather of ten. Visitation and funeral services private, in lieu ot flowers memorials to MAP International, P.O. Box 50, Wheeton IU 6018. 343 0014. WITMANSKI Rev. Peter P. Witmanskl, pastor emeritus of St- Marv Magdalent Church; dear soft of the lale Anthony and Valeria Witmanskii brother of Lena Verootr and the late Laura Mieriwa, Stephen Witmanskl and Valeria Smlergaiski; uncle of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Mondav, 10 a.m., at St. Mary Magdalene Church. Visitation Saturday 4-9 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. Io 1 P.m. at the Kortas Funeral Home, 83S6 S. Marquette Ave. Ei port at ion Sunday at 2 pm. interment Resurrection Cemtterv. 768-160 WUERFFEL Arthur A. Wuerffel, beloved husband of Helen, nee Kern; fond brother of Esther, Paula (Leo) Leverenr, Martha Sieving and Herman (Sylt via). Visitation 3-8 p m., Sunday at tht Lutheran Home and Service for the Aged, 800 W. Oakton, Arlington Heights, III., where services will be held 10: 30 a.m., Mondav. Interment Evergreen Cemetery. Memorials to the Lutheran Homt will bt ap-precijted. 253 0168. ' t These symbols are now available in the Chicago Tribune death notice pages. To place a notice, call your funeral home director or Ms. Earl at 222-4146. (Chicago Otibune-

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