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Chicago Tribune, Monday, January 21, 1980 Section 1 19 Obituaries Robert A. Schneider Funeral mass for Robert A. Schneider, 65, a Michigan City, Ind., resident who formerly lived In Wilmette, will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in St. Francis Xa-er CathoUc Church, 912 Linden Av., WU-mette. Mr. Schneider, who idled Saturday in Skokle Valley Community Hospital, Skokie, was president of the Stanley-Knight Corp., manufacturer of restaurant equipment, until his retirement In December, 1978. He lived in Wilmette until four years ago, when the company moved from Des Plaines to New Troy, Mich. Mr. Schneider is survived. by a son, Robert E.; two daughters, Anne DeRosier and Jane Richards; two sisters; one brother; and seven grandchildren. MortFIynn . 4 Mass for Mort'Flynn, 49, a Chicago fire lieutenant, will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in St. Pius X Catholic Church, 4300 Oak Park Av., Stickney. He died Saturday In St. Anne's Hospital Lt Flynn, an 13-year veteran of the fire department, was assigned to Engine Co. 96, at 441 N. Waller Av. He was a member of the Firefighters Local No. 2 and Am-Vets Post 07. Lt. Flynn, a Near North Side resident, is survived by his mother, Mary Morahan, and sister, Anita. , George Holsmaa Services for George Holsman, 83, a retired Realtor, will be at 11 ajn. Mon day at the family plot in Rosehill Cemetery, 5800 N. Ravenswood Av. Mr. Hols-man, a North Side resident, died Friday in Lake Shore Nursing Center. He worked at Hoblum Builders for 25 years until he retired in 1975. He is survived by his wife, Pearl; a daughter, Mrs. Gail Sachs; and three grandchildren. Dr. K. Jeffery Kranzler " Services for Dr. K. Jeffery. Kranzler, . 38, chief of pediatric radiology at Billings Hospital and Wyler Children's Hospital, who died Friday at Billings Hospital, will be at noon Monday in the chapel at 1300 W. Devon Av. Dr. Kranzler Hved at 1212 N. Lake Shore Dr. Survivors include his parents, George and Lillian Kranzler; one brother, Dr. Leonard Kranzler, acting chief of surgery at Grant Hospital; and one sister, Mrs. Annette Saltzman. Milford T. Padley Services for Milford T. Padley, 75, who for 41 years was an international representative of the International Labor Union of North America, will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the chapel at 4343 Main St., (Downers Grove. Padley, of 2810 Oak Brook Rd., Oak Brook, formerly of La Grange, died Friday night at MacNeal Memorial Hospital, Berwyn, after a long illness. He retired in 1975. He is survived by a daughter, Lue Norton, and, two grandchildren. iJoseph Cari, physician ifor firemen, dies at age 66 , DR. JOSEPH CARI, 66, an official fire department physician and a key figure in the ongoing Probate Court trial over the estate of the late fire commissioner, Robert J. Quinn, died early Sunday in Mercy Hospital. i Dr. Cari, who had offices at 234 W. 26th St. and a home in Evergreen Park, died a week after his admission to the hospital for treatment of a heart ailment, according to hospital officials. Spokesmen said Dr. Cari had been associated with the hospital as a physician for more than 30 years. t'A longtime personal friend and physician to Quinn, Dr. Carl had been ashed-uled to testify last week in Cook County Probate Court about Quinn's competency when Quinn signed over his property and assets to family members of the late Mayor Richard J. Daley and to another friend. BECAUSE OF his ailment, however. Dr. Cari couldn't appear in court. Instead, his son, Joseph A. Cari Jr., an attorney, presented records that Dr. Cari had kept on Quinn from the time of Quinn's hospitalization in the winter of 1978. It is charged by a relative of Quinn that he wasn't competent at the time he signed documents leaving his Skokle home to Mrs. Patricia Daley Thompson, the late mayor's daughter; and his Wisconsin farm to William Quinn, a close friend but no relation. Michael Daley, the late mayor's son, was Quinn's lawyer at the time of Quinn's death and executor of Quinn's r j iL Dr. Joseph Cari estate. . AS FIRE department physician, Dr. Carl was often called upon to make life and death decisions regarding injured firefighters. In November, 1976, in high winds and swirling snow, Dr. Cari climbed to the roof of a burning Commonwealth Edison Co. building at 1111 W. Cermak Rd. to amputate the right leg of a firefighter to free him when the leg was pinned between steel and concrete. Despite the heroic rescue, the fireman died a short time later. Funeral arrangements , for Dr. Cari were incomplete. Scientists detect material ief t over from the 'big bang' WASHINGTON AP Astronomers peering deep into intergalactic space say they have detected some of the original material left over from the "big bang" that most experts believe created the universe. The. National Science Foundation, in announcing the discovery Sunday, said American and British astronomers think that thin clouds of hydrogen detected billions of light years from Earth are pristine remnants of the beginning. The foundation, which funded the research, said the discovery could lead to new insights into what happened after the universe as we know it began. MANY SCIENTISTS believe the nnl-verse came into being 10 to 20 billion years ago when a superdense primal atom exploded in a "big bang." The universe has been expanding ever since the primeval fireball went off, according to the theory. Drs. Wallace L. W. Sargent and Peter J. Young of the California Institute of Technology, and Drs. Alec Boksenberg and David Tytler of University College, London, say the diffuse clouds seem to be the early stuff of the universe. Other scientists who have studied these clouds previously have thought they were matter thrown out by quasars, which are very distant, star-like objects that emit the energy of millions of suns. The new interpretation is that the clouds are independent bodies floating in the intergalactic space between quasars and the Earth, the scientists said. SARGENT SAID In a telephone Interview that scientists so far have indirect evidence of more than 300 primal clouds, but estimate there are billions like them in the universe. He said the average cloud appears to be about 1,000 light years in diameter and to contain the mass of 10 million stars the size of the sun. This is very little mass when scattered over that distance, he added. 1 . A light year is the distance light travels in a year at 186,326 miles per second, about six trillion miles. ' Refugee camp gets aid shipments again BANGKOK, Thailand Reuters A 10-day suspension of international food aid to a Cambodian refugee camp on Thailand's eastern frontier ended Sunday when a convoy of trucks delivered rice and other supplies, relief officials said. Deliveries to the camp, opposite the Thai village of Nonmarkmoon, 180 miles east of Bangkok, were suspended Jan. 10 after civilians and armed guerrillas looted a food convoy. BAUER Valentine Bauer, oeasrra, mien., formerly of Crucaqo, Jan. 16, be loved father ol Charles (Carolyn) and Dale (Sheila) Bauer: dear brother of Dorothy (John) fcriana; lovlnn grandtather ot nine: great grandfather of two; fond sieplairter ot Bronson and Donald onaiev. Former president of Doefscn ana Bauer; member of the Furniture Manufacturers Assn. visitation Monday, 6 to 9 p.m. Servkes Tues day, 11 a.m., at John M. Pedersen and Sons Chapel, 4J38 W. Fullerton Ave. Memorials to Norwood ram Home, 6016 N. Nina Ave, Chicago, or the charity of your choice appreciated. Interment Ml. Olive. 235- 1610. BEHNKI Amelia A. Behnke.nee Snyder, beloved wife of the late I. Joseph; loving mother of H. Anthony (Lorraine) Behnke and Dorothy G. (Joseph) A. Svetec; dear grandmother of Christine A. (James) Bresnahan: areat-orandntflther off Scott; sister ot the late Charles (Louise) Snyder; nieces and nephews. Funeral Wednesday, Jan. 23. 1980, f a.m., from AdollBerwvn Funeral Homt Ltd., 2921 S. Harlem Ave., Berwvn, to Epiphany Church for Mass at 10 a.m. Entombment Resurrection Mausoleum. Member of Epiphany Altar and Rosary Society and Senior Citizens Club. Please omit flowers. Visitation Monday, 7 to p.m., and Tuesday, 2 to V p.m. BERNAl Margarita eernat, me Juarez, age 84, ot Blue Island, wife of the late Pedro; motner ot Aipnonse (Eloise), Peter, Lawrence, Angeline, Catalina (Ismael) Garcia, Victoria (Christopher) Padro, Lain, Annette Theresa (Jesus) Lechuna, Emilio (Isabel), Richard (Esther) and the late Anthony and John; grandmother ot ?r: great-grandmother of 11. Visitation starting 2 p.m. Monday, at Krueger Funeral Home. I30.S0 Greenwood Ave., Blue Island. Mass 10 a.m. Wednesday, at St. Benedict Church, 2339 York St., Blue Island. Interment SI. Mary Cemetery, FU8-13O0. BERTONCINI Charles P. Bertonclnl, of Morris township, NJ. Jan. 19, 1980, husband or ueooi (nee Lake) Bertoncini; father of Charles P. Bertoncini, Jr.; son of Petor and Carmelia Bertoncini. of Bolinsbrook, IL; brother of Peter, ot Oak Park, Ralph of Utah, Mrs. Marilyn Davtis ot Bolingbrook. Funeral Doyle Funeral Home, 106 Maple Ave., Morristown. NJ. Jan.' 22nd, at :30 a.m. Mass of the Re- ssurectlon at St. Vlrglls Church, at 9:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers, family reouests donations to the American cancer society, 430 Sou in St., Mor. rislown, NJ B0NDMASS James J. Bondmass, dear brother of Joseph (Joyce) and Tony (Mary); uncle of Michael and Alice Band- mass. Service Wednesday, Jan. 23, 10:30 a.m. at Matr Funeral Home, J44U n. lenuai Ave. interment mi, Carmel. Visitation 1 to 9:30 p.m. Tuesday. Pleas omit flowers. 545- P4,JU. B0RCHERS Arthur F. Borchers Sr., beloved husband of Eunice; nee Palmer; loving fattier of Judith A. Kramer, Arthur F. jr. (Diane) and wiiuam daron Borchers; dear grandfather ot six; fond brother of Gertrude Swanson, Marion Hermann and Earl Borchers. Funeral Tuesday, 1 p.m., at the Blake-Lamb Chapel, 4727 W. 103rd St.. Oak Lawn. Interment Mount Hope Cemetery. Visitation alter 6 p.m. Sunday. Veteran ot W. W. II. For public transportation informa-.fion, call 636-1 193 or Chicago 735- 4242. Cemeteries Mount Hope Cemetery 3 grave sites. Choice location. Cost now $900. Sell for S500. 315-226-5695collecl, Rock- - toro, ill. MONTROSE Cemetery. 3 lots, choice loc. Sect. 14. Very close to rd. S1000. 223-440 7?j-u;4V RIDGEWOOD. 6 grave lots, will divide. SMO ea. 279-2169. In Memoriam PICKEIL ' Earl Pickelf, Jan. Jl. Dear precious Husband, we would be celebrating our 40th anniversary. I will be thinking of every wonderful year God gave us together, but vou know we are together forever. Love and kisses. Your Wife Gertrude Fraternal Notices SHOT MfTAl WOtSMS UNION lacaf Ms. 71 Services tor Brother Louis David Voss al Nelson Funeral Home, 820 Talcott, Park Rid9e. Visitation will be Sunday, Jan. 20, 1980, from 6 . p.m. to 10 P.m.; and Monday, Jan. ' 2), 1980. from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. Mass wilt be at 10 a.m., Tuesday, Jan. 22, 1980, at All Saints Basilll- ca. Sauganash, followed by interment at Queen of Heaven. William J. Rooney, Secretary-Treasure rO Death notices ALD0NIS Frank T. Aldonls, Jan. 19, loving husband ol the late Domincele: dear father of Bruno (Helen) Aldonis, the late Stella Petkus and the late Daniel Aldonis; father in law of Anthony Petkus and Stella Aldonis; fond grandfather of Mary K. Aldonis. Member Nativity B.V.M. H.N.S. Funeral services Tuesday, 9 a.m., from the Marquette Funeral Home, 2S33 W. 7lst St. Mass of Christian Burial, 9:30 a.m., Nativity B.V.M. Church. Interment St. Casimlr Cemetery. Visitation Monday, 2 to 10 p.m. 476-234$. AUERT Carl G. Allert, beloved husband of Belty, nee Moore and the late Anna; loving father of Lillian Maher, Arnold, Kenneth, Llovd and Guy. Funeral Service Tuesday, 10 a.m., at the Original Rago Brothers Funeral Home, 5120 W. Fullerton. Interment Glen Oak Cemetery, AR t-7800 or NA 25120. Quick results. Tribune Action Want Ads work. Call latt-SSSa. ANDERSEN Lola M. Andersen, beloved wife of ine iare waiter; loving mother ot Walter (Rosemary), Lillian (Victor) Caiigiuri and June Conway; dear grandmother of 12; great-grandmother of eight : fond sister of Bert and Edward Starbird, Nettie &cnmiat and Loretta Jones. Funera Wednesday, Jan. 23, 10 a.m., at oison Funeral Home, 6467-77 N Northwest Hwy. Interment Elm- wooo. visitation Tuesday, J to p.m. r4-jjjj. BALASH Paul Balasfi, beloved husband of the late Stella, nee Sveikauskas: loving father of Paul Richard (Elsie) Bal- ash and Charles Sveikauskas; fond grandfather of Paul (Mary) and i nomas Baiasn; torn brother ot Sam Balash, Anna (the late Robert) ionwav ana tne tare cnnsrine (re1 ten Jacobs; fond uncle of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Tues. day, II a.m., at Blake Lamb Chapel, 712 W. 31st St. Interment family lot. Visitation after 6 p.m. Sunday. 735- 4444. BAUANTINE Rose Bat tan tine, nee Cermak, of Brookfield, 1(1., beloved wife of tht ' late Dixon; dear mother of Helen (the late James) Cad a and the late Joieoh; grandmother of David. Lawrence and Llovd. Services Tues-day, Jan. 22, 10 a.m., at the Joseph Nosek & Sons Funeral Heme. 6716- io w. tain at. corner or fcocii Berwvn. Interment Queen Heaven. Visitation 4 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.. nnonoav. B0RG see peter c. notice. Kondilolka-Bort B0RUCKI Emil Boruckl of Wilmette, formerly ot tvanston, Jan. ivin, oeioveo nus-band of Sadie (Pat), nee Boiler-man; dear father of Richard Dar- row; step-father of Thomas Home; grandfather of Andrew Home; brother of Richard Boruckl. Services Wednesday. 11 a.m.. at Wm. H. Scott Funeral Home, HOOGreenleaf Ave., Wilmette. Interment East Dundee cemetery. Please omit flowers. Visitation Tuesday 4 p.m. to p.m. 4OI-04UU. , . , . v. BRAUN i Florence L. Braun of Mr. Prospeeti beloved wife of the late August J.i loving mother ot Margaret (late r-rani) josepn, Catherine (bus Mundhenke, Laurence .(Charlene) Mary (Rudy) Buaek and Bernard (bieanor) Braun; 23 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; one great. S real-grandchild. Visitation Monday, to V:30 p.m., at Oehler Funeral Home, Lee at Perry Streets, Des Plaines. Funeral Tuesday, 10 a.m., from chapel, to St. Stephen Church, Mass 10:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers. masses appreciated. Interment t. josepn cemetery. lil-lia,- BROWN Mildred E. Brown of Des Plaines, beloved wife of Stuart; dear mother of Jean Dieterich and John Rich-meier; nine grandchildren; sister of Carol Nowicki and Harriet Kirsch. Memorial service Tuesday, 2:30 p.m.. at Oehler Funeral Home, Leo at Perry SlreetSr Des Plaines. 824t 51 . BRUNO Carmelia Bruno, nee Cagnina, beloved wile ot Michael; loving mother of Anita and Joseph; dear . daughter of the late Anna and Lorenzo Cagnina; fond sister of Paul (Nancy), Lawrence (Anna), Anthony (Carrie), James (Santa) Caonina and Mary (Raoul) DeLara. Theresa Lodato, Rose OiMaria and Anaie (Armando) Sainr. Funeral services Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., at The Montciair Funeral Home, 6voi w. Belmont Ave. Please omit flowers. interment St. Josepn, 622-yJOO. CARNEY Marie A. Carney, nee DeGrave, of Palatine, formerly ot Chicago, be. loved wife of the late James B fond mother of James (Nancy) and Mary Ellen (Joseph) Gregona grandmother' of Joseph. James. David. Shon and Brian: sister of David DeGrave. Resting at the Ahlgnm and Sons Funeral Home, 201 N. Northwest Hwv.. Palatine, from 2 to 9 p.m. on Sunoav and Monday. Services noon Tuesday, Jan. 22. In lieu of flowers, masses will be appreciated. Interment Queen ol Heaven Cemetery. 358- 4II. CEASER Jacqueline J. Cesser, nee Jos. of Oak Park, III., beloved wife of Dr. Leonard S. Ceaser; devoted mother of Kimberlv (William) Nelson and Craig M. Ceaser; fond srandmother of Jordan Colton Nelson; daughter of waiter and trie late viable jos; , niece of Svlvia Pierce. Services pri vate. Founder and national honaray President of the United Airlines stewardess tttpp winas oroup. Memorial serivce at United Airlines Stewardess Training Center, -1305 Algonquin Road, Elk Grove Village. Feb. 1, I960, 1:30 p.m. Contributions to the West Suburban Mentailv Retarded School. 484-2050 or 242-202 CEPAUSKAS Stanley "Peter" Cepagskas, beloved nusoana ot Helen, nee KOPecK, dearest father of Stanley Jr., Helen (Larry) Tabor and Monica; loving son of Sophie and the late Ignatius. Funeral Monday, 8:45 a.m.. from Kicnaro runerai Home, rcner Ave., corner or Lorei, to m. bynv phorosa Church. Interment St. Casimir Cemetery. Visitation Sun day, 2 tO IU P.m. 76-1IMQ. CHIAKULAS Or. George J. (Gregory) ChlaVulas suddenly, beloved husband of Penelope, nee Psaltis; loving father of Mary, James and Ellen; devoted son of Bertha Chiakulas; dear brother of John (Ann) and the late v uaiic .marui, iuiiu Drainer in law of Christine Chiakulas, Ten (the late Dr. Chris) C heron is, Gus (Jane) and Louis (Sophia) Psaltis. Past Chairman ot Department of Famny Practice and member of Executive Committee of Grant Hospital. Chairman of Executive Committee of Martha Washington Hospital, Associate Professor of Family Prac tice Medicine at Rush Medical School. Funeral Tuesday. 11:4$ a.m., from Chapel of Ad mam is Fu- neral Directors, 4700 N. Western Av. Services 12:15 p.m. at St. De- metnos oree ortnodoit Church, 2727 W. Wnona. Interment Elm- wood Cemetery. Visitation Sunday no wonaav, trom a p.m. to io P.m. Contributions to the Dr. George J. Crtiakulas Memorial Fund, in care of Grant- Hospital, 550 w. Webster Av. Chicago, ill. 60614 would be ao- pretiareg. ,w-iyu. CHIKHIOWSKI I Andiew r. cniecniowsvi, oerove husband of the late Adeiohia; dear lather of Paul (Patricia! and Andrea (Casey) Polcniopeiu' fond ?randtather of Julie, Jean and nnsiine Chiechlowski, Christopher Polchiopek and the late Michael: devoted brother of the late Casimir. funeral luesoav, Jan. a, iwu. v ?.m., from Chrastka Memorial hapel, 0301 W. Cermak Rd., Berwvn, to St. Odilo Churcn. Mass 9 30 a.m. Interment Resurrection. Visita tion Sunday, 6-10 p.m. and Monday Ma P.m. 8S-240 Of 452-102. C0AKUY See Martin J. Jennings notlco. C01AN0 See Margam Kurt Mile. C0MASTR0 John V. Comastro, beloved husband of Alice, nee Klatt; dear father ot John V. Jr., Delores D. (Thomas) O'Connor and Marlene (James) Wlr-kus; grandfather of Desiree, David. Geraldine, Darlene, Robert, Maureen and Michael; fond brother of Victoria Cardone, Victor (Mildred), Joseph, Frank, Anita (Tony) Di-Liberto and Frances (James) Pectus. Funeral Wednesday, Jan. 23, 10:30 a.m., from Drake and Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western Ave., to St. Hilary Church. Mass 11 a.m. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery. Visitation after p.m. Monday. Sol-6874. COVERS see Ruby Let rvtueuer notice. DEAVIIU John Deavlllt of Mt. prospect, Beloved husband of Loretta, nee Foxt loving father of John (Kathv) and Rev. Gary (Carol) Deaville; grandfather of John and Lisa; dear brother ol James (Nina) and Bob (Peggy) Deaville. visitation Monday, 2 to 9:30 P.m., at Lauterburg a, Settler Funeral Hornet 2000 E. orthwest Hwy., Arlington Heights, and Tuesday, from 10 a.m. until time of service 11 a.m., at St. John Lutheran Church, 1101 Linneman Rd., Ml. Prospect. Interment St. John Lutheran Church Cemetery. Contributions may be made to St. John Lutheran Churcn. 253-5423. DURKIN Patrick J. Durun, C.P.D., retired, late of Calumet City, formerly of South Chicago, beloved husband of Mary, nee Doherty; dear fathr ot Mary C. Durkm; fond brother of John, William, Thomas and Michael Durkin of England and Mary Durkin of Ireland; many nieces and new- Ehews. Member of St. Jude Police eague. Funeral Tuesday. 9:15 a.m. from the Brown Funeral Home, 2939 E. 95lh St., at Exchange Avenue, to St. victor cnurcn. Mass at 10 a m, Interment St. Mary Cemetery. Visi. tation Sunday, 2 p.m. to 10 P.m. and Monday, io a.m. io 10 p.m. JUHna, EINARS0N Gudrun Einarson, nee Hannesson, beloved wife of the late Paul; loving mother of Reynir (Ann), Asta (John) Bowen, Stella (Gilbert) Adolfson, and the late Sigre Einarson; grandmother of nine. Memorial services 3 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 23, 1980. at Toon Funeral Home. 1920 Main St., Downers Grove. In lieu of flowers, memorials to your favorite cnaruy. yoo-uwo. ELISCU Anna Eliscu, raving sister Of Kate Stegal, Leah. Betty and Julius and David Eliscu. Services Tuesday, 11 a.m., at family lot, First Romanian Cemetery, Waldheim, gate No. 55, Des Plaines Ave.. Forest Park. No Chapel visitation. Please omit flow ers, info. Piser Memorial Chapel 36I-44U. ERRIC0 See Angela Rlzzo notice. FAVIA Evelyn Favla, nee Czarrry, beloved wife of Jerrv P.: loving mother of Mary Ann, Debra (Thomas) Baker and Micneie; dear sister ot Lillian (Edwin) Korzeniowski, Loretta (Henry) Malek and the late Joseph (Ann) Czarny; fond daughter in law or Jerrv J. and Jennie Favia. Funer al Wedneday, 9:15 a.m., from Malec t, Sons Funeral Home, 6000 N. Mil waukee av., 10 si. feugene cnurcn. Interment St. Adalbert. Visitation oegms wonoay, 4 p.m. 74-4 iuu. FEDERMEYER See Melvin F. Strlttar nolle. FELDMANN Herbert R. Feidmann, oeioveo hus- oano ot wary Ann (nee petrone I: fond son of Emma and the late Fred Feidmann; son in law of Rose Pet rone; uncie ot many, funeral wed. nesday, 9 a.m., from the Belmont Funeral Home, 7120 W. Belmont Ave., for 10 a.m. service. Entombment St. Joseph Cemetery. In lieu ot tiowers, contriout ons to stumers' Hospital for Crippled Children In his memory will be aooreclaled. Visita tion Monday, offer p.m. info, 286- uu. FIGURA Sophie Flgura, net SVarb, beloved wife or the late Jacob; loving mother of Brd. Dominic fVF.M.. Bruno, Frank, Stanley (Stephanie), Eleanor (John) Milka and the late Edward; fond grandmother or four; great-grandmother of nine.' Funeral Tuesday, 9 a.m., from Malec and sons t-unerat Home, aow N. mii waukee Ave., to St. Fidelis Church. Interment Maryhill. Visitation be gins sunoay at 2 p.m. 474-41VU, FL0RIN0 Peter j. Ftorino, Beloved son of the late tvetvn and Michael Plortno brother of the late Robert C. Florjno; dear uncle of Peter M. riorino. t-unerai monoey, iu a.m., from The Montciair Funeral Home, 6901 W. Belmont Ave., to St. Pris. cilia Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Inter ment st. josepn. 622-vjoo. FLYNN Mori P. Flyrm, Lt. C.F.O.. loving son of Mary Morahan and the lale Tom F. Flynn; fond brother of Anita and the late Jane and Elizabeth Foley (Robert); uncle of Susanne Kennedy, Kathleen Bauer and Kooerr, Kaymono and Tom r-oiey, devoted friend of Sally C Elliott. Visitation at P. M. Smith & Sons Funeral Home, 245 Madison St., Oak Park. Funeral Tuesday, 9:15 a.m., to St. Pius X Church, 43rd Street and Oak Park Avenue., Stick ney. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Mount Carmel Cemetery. Member of cnica90 Fire Fighters Local No. and member of Amvet Post 97. riease omtr nowers. tuo-xa, FOREMAN Frank Foreman, Jan: It, 1980, in Janesvllle, Wise, beloved husband of the late Mamie; dear father of Franklin H. (Lucille) Foreman and Helen (George) Kafka; grandfather of tour; great-grandfather of five. Masonic service under auspices of Old Glory Lodge no. a.f. & A.M. on Mondav. Ann. 21. fl D.m. Funeral service Tuesday. Jan. 22, at 11 a.m., at Matz funeral Home, 3440 N. Central Av. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens West. Visitation from 3 to 9:30 p m. Monday. Please omit i towers. - FRANKLIN George A. Franklin, helntfrt! till.. band of Bernice, nee Hassan; fond father of Pat (Jarauplinel Franklin: grandfather of Timothy, Michael and . Peter Franklin: great-grandfather of three; brother ot Leone Winkles and Merlon Butterfleld. Member of W W. I Vets. Charter member of Elks and Leyden Senior Citizens. In . lieu of f outers, memona t to St. Patrick's Episcopal Church of Franklin Park appreciated. Visitation Monday, Noon to 9 p.m., at . San-Tiedemann Funeral Home, 9568 , Belmont Av., Franklin Park. Ser vices I uesoay, to a.m., at sr. pat' rick's Episcopal Church, 3245 Cal wagner. Franklin Park. 'Interment Mount Emblem Cemetery. 678-1950, FRIEBE Elfrieda Frlebe, nee Selfert of tvansron, Jan. iv, oeioveo wite ot the late He muthr dear sister . Marguerite. Kleiner, Hildegard wagner, Marrtn seitert all in 3er. many and Berta Seifert of Chicago, Services 11 a.m. Tuesday. Wm. H. Scott Funeral Home, 1460 Sherman Ave., fsvanston. Memorials may be made to lath cnurcn ot Christ scien tist, 7201 N. Ashland Blvd., Chicago 60626. into. B64-24D. GAB0UR Mabel A. Gabour of Skokle, beloved wile of John; fond sister of William (Eleanor) McAfee; fond aunt of Evelyn (Joseph) Comiskey, Virginia (Wilbur) Kramer and the fate Marcel Bilske: great aunt of six. Ser. vices in Mever-Simklns Funeral Home, 6251 Dempster St., Morton ferove, weanesoav, i:jo p.m. visitation Tuesday, 3 to 5. and 7 to 9 p.m. Interment private. Member of The bastern star Avonuaie Chapter no, V34, U.t.S. YU3-U0U. . 6ALLI Gaetano Gall', dear uncle of Lolita oniech; fond brother in law or Jen nie Fionni. Funeral Tuesday, a.m., from the Belmont Funeral Home, 7120 W. Belmont AV., to St, Celestine Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Entombment Queen of Heaven cemetery, visitation Monday, 4 io p.m. into. 4M-4OU0, 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. (ThYcaso (Tribune" GUSZAK Virginia GUftiaK, nee Garttactav, e loved ifo ot Stantev; laving sister of Pearl (Stanley) Mtnutek Wil liam tirene; Marxiewic ana wary lAdam) Kohtes; fond aunt ot meces ana nephews. Member ot Ladies Au Miliary Ted vempien fosr no. w:i V.f.W. Fun?ra Wednesday. 145 am. from Srrkowny F oner at Home, 4901 5. Arcner av., to ar. uaniei me Prophet Church. Mass 0:30 a.m. Interment Resurrection, la lieu of flowers, Masses appreciated. Vista-tion Monday, 4 lo 10 p m. and Tues-M, 2 to 10 P.m. 735 521. HAll Lottie Han, oeioveo wire or rno law Joseph; fond mother of James and tht lait Helen Grenfco; arand and oreat orandmother. Funeral Tues-dai 10 a.m.. at Becvar Funeral Ol rectors, 52)8 S. Kedzie. Interment Arlington. In lied of tlotrers. corv t rub t ton to cancer research will be appreciated. Visitation Monday after a t.m. 776-3SU. HANN0N Virginia M. Hannon of uef Plaines, beloved wife of Dr. John Hannon; fond mother of Sr. Mary R.S.M., Kathleen. Thomas (Rofeerla) and John (Pamtlar Hannon; six randchildren; sister of Jack Cunningham; cousin of Mae Cunningham. Visitation Tuesday, 3 to 9:30 p.m., at Oehier Funeral Home, Lee at Perry Streets Des Plaines. Sec-vices Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.. from Chapel to St, Mary Church, Des Plaines. Mass 10 a.m. Masses ap Jreciated. Interment All Saints. 824-155. m , . , HANSEN w - Margaret T. Hansen, nee Toner, of mi. Home, Arkansas, beloved wire oi E. Eugene Hansen; fond mother of Martivn Elmer) senroeoer and Joan (Charles) Hlavin; grandmother Of William (Sandi), Richard (Julie). Frank (Julie). Laurie nd Marks sister of Alice Reynolds, Agws Fessler and Isabelle Worlien, Ser-vices 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Zimmerman and Santleman Memorial Chapel, 320Q W. 95th St. Interment evergreen, visnation 4 to 9 p.m Tuesday. 424-0340. . HARLAN - ' ' - Lorraine Harlan., nee servlss, be loved wife of' James V.: dearest mother of William (Cindv) and Har vey (Kama); loving grandmother ot Danny, Debbie and Vickie. Funeral iciiiicj vvcunvauay, iv.JV -in.i from Richard Funeral Home. 5749 Archer Ave., corner of Lorel. Interment Beverly Cemetery. Vi si tat ton Monday, 3 to 10 p.m. and Tuesday iu a.m. io iu p.m. oio4U. HEJNA " James Heina, tare of Chicago, for merly ot Cicero, oeioveo nusoana ot Rose; loving father of James (Margaret) and the lale Dennis (Lillian) Heina; father in law ot Mary Ann Heina; brother of William (Giuiia- na) and George (and the late Lillian) Heina; grandfather of Marc, Dennis (Cynthia), Keith, Karen and Kevin. Services Tuesday 10:30 a.m., at H. Mar lit Sons Funeral Home, 6507 Cermak Rd., Berwvn. Entombment Woodlawn Ma use leu m. Visitation Sunday at after 5 P.m. 404-0JI0. iH-JiiJ. ( HINZ Irvm A. Hint of Riverside, beloved husband of Irene; fond father of Evelvn (Don R.) Kessel: Grand father of six. Visitation Sunday and Monday. 4-9 p.m., at Ivins Funeral Home. 80 E. Burlington Rd.. River side. Services Tuesday. Jan. 22, II a.m.. at Riverside Methodist Churcn. Interment Concordia. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Riverside Methodist Church would be appreciated. Member of Cicero Moose Lodge No. 265. 447-2261. JAC0BSEN tdytne jacoosen. nee Keating ot LaG range Park, 07 years, wife of the late Nets G. Jacobsen; loving mother of Jane Marie Jacobsen; fond sister of Kathrvn Ma lev and the late Lawrence A. Keating; aunt of Thomas K. Maley. Visitation 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Monday, at Hallowell and James Funeral Home. 40 S. Ashland Ave.. La Grange. Mass 10 a m, Tuesday, at St. Francis Xavier Church. Interment Mount Carmel cemetery. Member or catholic wo men Club of St. Francis Xavier Church and catholic order of Fores-ters. in lieu of flowers Masses pre ferred. 352-izys. JACOBSEN Christine jacobsen. dearest motner of Amy; beloved daughter of John and Rita Hofer; dear sister of John l pattv . visitation at the Skaia Ter race Funeral Home. 7812 Milaukee Ave., Niles, Monday, 3 P.m. to 9:30 p.m. Funeral services Tuesday, 10:15 a.m. to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Mass 11 a.m. Entombment All Saints Mausoleum. In lieu of flowers contributions to the American Cancer Society ap- preciaieo. yoo-zju. JENNINGS Martin u. Jennings, oeioveo husband of. the late Bridget, nee Dovie; iov ino father of Joseph P (Genevieve). Win it red Coakley, Martin A. (Pomona). Anna Mav, John (Frances), Mark and the late Thomas Jennings; grandfather of 12; great-grandfather of 11. Funeral Tuesday, 10 a.m., from the Conboy Funeral Home (Burke-Sullivan Di rectors), 6150 W. North Av., to Our Laoy worner or tne cnurcn. Mass n a.m. Interment Mount Carmel Member of Division 241 C.T.A. and Fr. Setters Council K. of C. Native af Tuam. Co. Galwav. Ireland. In lieu of flowers, donations to your tavome cnamy. visitation Sunday, 9-y ana vionoay, ?-y. iij-uj4. JESKE Kazimlerz J. Jeske, beloved husband ot Mana, nee wegrzak; loving father of Janusr, iwonka and Do rota; fond brother of WiUor (Elzbie- ta) and Feliks (Helen). Funeral Wednesday, 9:15 a.m., from Malec and sons Funera Home. 6000 N Milwakee Av., to Queen of All Saints Basilica. Interment St. Ada. ben. Visitation begins Monday, p.m. 774-4100. KACMARCIK Anna S, Kacmarcik, nee Solus, be loved wife of Andrew; dear mother of Rose (Al) S'dlovsky, Joseph and victor (Janice); grandmother ot William biaiovsKv and Kim Kacmar-cik; dear sister of Jan (Helen) Sol us and Helen (Jan) Kama and - Sophie Solus in Europe; dear aunt or many nieces ano nephews. Funer al Tuesday, Jan. 72, 9 a.m.. from Solfes Chanel, 2746 W. 51 St.. to St. Simon Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Inter ment Resurrection. Member of cat none 51 ova uokoi wreath no. Visitation begins Sunday and Mon day, iu a.m. ro iu p.m. e-. KINCAID James W. Klncald, beloved husband ot Elizabeth B. Kincaid; dear fattier of Jeffery and Gregg Kincaid; fond brother ot Edward J., Victor A., Clarence T.. Roy J. Kincaid and the lale Myrtle Brom. Funeral Tuesday, 0:15 a.m., from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 229 S. Main St., Lombard to sacrea ncarr inurcn. mass iu a.m. Visitation Monday. 3 D.m. to 10 o.m. In lieu of flowers, masses would be prelerred. Interment Assumption cemetery, Wheaton, II. For informa tion 04Y-I4UU or cmcago ra-uu. K0NDZI01KA-B0RG Peter C. (Slim) Kondilolka-Bom, former Droorietor of the 3900 Club. beloved husband of Emily, nee Banger; oear tamer of Norman (Ol ga) of Anchorage, Alaska, Ber. nadine (Frank) Dvbas of Rilchfield, Aru., Gwenn (Howard) OoenlanOer, Kenneth (Gavle), Peter C. Jr., Bar- . oara lLoren) jenkinson, James J, John J. (Micaela). Debora (James) Eady; loving grandfather Of 22; brother of May (the late Edward) Honsa and Joseph (Ann) Gresh. Funeral Tuesday, Jan. 22., at . 10:30 a.m., from Fortune Funeral Home, 4401 s. Kedzie Ay., to St. fancratius cnurcn. Mass II a.m. Interment Resurrection. Visitation Sunday, I p.m. to to p.m. and Mon day. 10 a.m. to 10 o.m. Honoran member of Central Park Post 1028 A.L. LAJ-6I. K0ZL0WSKI See Eleanor Tenon notice. KUTZ Margaret Kuti, nee Kamatz, age 79, of Waterford, Wis., Jan. 20, 1980, beloved wile of th. Int. lAalter C. G. Kutz; dear mother of Maigaret (Vlto) Colano of Burlington. Wis.; grandmother of Linda Sue and ) Richard (Debbie): sister of Helen r-ric ot parn Rirjge, Annie Krueger, Esther (PhilliD) Lass both ot Ar. lington Heights. Walter (Edna) Kar- narz ot wonon drove, tne iare M nie Frick, Alvina Poehler. Fred, John, Henry and Emit Karnalz. Fu neral Wednesday, I p.m., at Haben Funeral Home, 0057 N es Cent Rd.. Skokle.. Interment Ridgewood .emeiery. vistranon ruesaar, j to i p.m. Member ol Skokie Chapter, No. iuij u.t.s. t3-61 II. LANDT Carl H. Landt, of Tampa, Fla., for merlv of Morion Grove, beloved hus- band of Lvdie, nee Simzvk; dear tainer ot violet Nilsson, Charles and the late Harold; fond brother of Arthur, Louis, Delia Zimmermarm ana tne tare raui, Lester and Gilbert; grandfather of three; great grandfather of two. Services in Mever-simkins Funeral Home, 6251 uemosier si., Morton Grove, Tues day, 1 p.m. Visitation Monday, 3 to p.m. interment Ridgewood. Re tired lor 23 years 'from Teletype torp. TUS-U0U. IANGKAN Anna L. Langkan, nee ffokosik of Port Charlotte, Fla., beloved wife of George F.i dear mother ot Donald (Theresa), George F. Jr. (Eileen) ano Lorraine (Richard) Heft.- grand mother of 13; great-grandmother of live; Sister of Joseph. Edward. He ten Brach and Dolores Rokosik. Funeral Thursday, 9 a.m., from Egan Funeral Home, 3700 W. 63rd St., to Church ot St. Nicholas ol Tolentme. interment Resurrection. Visual' after S P.m. Tuesday. LU 2-2006. upsa ; Kiadvslaw Lama, age 57. Resting at the Paierson-Sunlerf Funeral Home, 21 IS W. Lawrence Av.. Sertkes 10 a.m. Tuesday, interment Elm Lawn Cemetery, visitation at time of service. 30I-49U. . - , .1 LARAIA Rose R. Lara i a, nee Marmo. beloved wife of the late Michael; loving motner of Carol Lawrence and Joseph (Wary Louise); fond grandmother of five. Funeral Tuesday Jan. 2 2nd, 9 a.m. from the Ed Prig-rwno Funeral Heme. 1815 W. North Av. (Broadway and North Avs.) Melrose Pk. Mass 9:30 a.m. at Mount Carmel Church. Entombment Queen of Heaven Mausoleum. Visitation Sunday 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Monday 2 P.m. to 9 P.m. Info. 344-063. UWUSS Charles P. Lawless of Indianapolis, husband ol Adele, nee Waller; father of Robert E. and Charles F. Jr.: grandfather of three: brother of Paul B. Lawless. Visitation 4 to 10 p.m. wonoay at Hallowell a, James Funeral Home, 40 S. Ashland Av., .La Granqe. Service 10 a.m. Tuesday. Interment Mount Carmel Cemetery, 352-1298. LAWRENCE See Rose R. Leraia notice. LAW See Evelvn E. Lira notice. LEAVITT Louis Leavitf of ISO N. Lake Shore Dr., beloved husband of Edith, nee Ets Hokin; dear lather of Helena (Bernard) Rosen, Ada (Malcolm) Kravits and the late Robert Ira; loving grandfather of Robert, Howaro (Lynni ano pninip Rosen, David. Jonathan. Daniel. Michael, Susan and Judith Kravits; fond brother of Maurice, the late Nechij Frank, Harry, Sam. Izadore and Nathan, Services Monday. 2 p.m., at Piser Memorial Chanel. 5206 N. Broadway. Interment Anshe Emet Section, Memorail Park. Please omit flowers. Friends are asked to pay their respects at the lime of the services. ooi-44u. LED NICKY Stephanie Lednickv, nee Vina, of Florida, fomerly of Berkley, Hi., beloved wife of Louis; loving mother or josepn, wary ir-rannj nanus and the late Marqaret (Anthony) Simko; deareft grandmother of Tommy, Richie, George, Barbara Hanus, Mary and Antionette Stmko; devoted sister of Joseph (Paulina) Vina and Mary (Joseph) Christie, Pauline (Mathew) Samuel and the late John (Patricia) Velna; loving aunt of nieces and nephews. Resting at the Hennejsy-Bruno Funeral Home, 3uj isurr uaic av., Berkley, Ml., Monday from 3 p.m. Funeral Tues day, 9:30 a.m., to St. DomitHIa Church. Interment Our Lady ot Sorrows Cemetery. Member of St. Ber-nadine Lodge at St. Simon Church in C.mca90, III. 544-0100. LIND Evelvn E. Llnd, Jan. 20, age 70 years, late of Homewood, formerly of Stewart Ridge, beloved wife of Walter G.; dearest mother of Jean (Donald) Law of Tinlev Park; fond trandmother ot Cynthia and Donald aw, Jr. Life member of Kensing ton-Miriam Chapter No. I OES. Re- rtreo ouver tor Marshall Field & CO, Resting at the Tews Funeral Home, 18730 S. Dixie Hwv.. Homfwofid. alter 2 p.m. Tuesday. Services I p.m. Wednesday. Interment Mount nope cemetery. 5Y8-5300. LLOYD Norbert W. Llovd, Veteran of WW ii, Dei oven nusoand ot Frances, nee Anderson; loving father of Norbert "Bert" (Linda), Nancv (Davidi Muir and William; dear grandfatrmr of six; fond son of Cecelia; brother of Barbara Grand. Visitation Mon day, 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Ridge Funeral Home, 6620 W. Archer Av., corner of Natoma. Remains to lie in state Tuesday, 9 a.m., until time of services, IO a.m., at Bethel Reformed Church. 54th and Austin. Please omit flowers. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens South Cemet ery, autvyuu. MARIER See Deneen Mantel! notice. MARKUS George E. Mar km, beloved husband of Lilfian, nee -Meegan; brother of the late Melosine Kinzig, Hattie scttniedau, Charles, Amanda, Edwin, Alma Moseler, Anna and Kurt, Visitation Monday and Tuesday, p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Funeral Wednes day, January 23, 11 a.m., at Henry W. Mueller Funeral Home, 5300-12 W. Belmont Av. Interment Eden Memorial par cemetery. 2B6-840, MARNELL Deneen Marnell, dearly beloved , daughter of Leonard and Clarice, : nee Marier; loving sister of Vincent and Jacqueline; dear niece of An thony, Paul,Adoiph and Lawrence Marnell and Marie Iosco. Resting at Conboy Funeral Home, 6150 W, North Ave. Funeral Wednesday, 8:45 a.m., to Notre Dame Church.- Mass id a.m. inrerment Mount car- met, Visitation Monday, 5 to 9 p.m. i uesoay, i io y-p.m. iJ-iiJ4. McENTEGART See Melvin F. SI ri I tar notice. McHUGft Raymond J. McHunh, dear son of tne late Mary and Richard McHugh dear brother of Eleanor. Resting at the Coonev Funeral Home, 3552 bourn porT av,, atrer 4 p.m. Sunday, Funeral Tuesday, 9:15 a.m., to St, Veronica Church. Mass 10 a.m. In- ferment caivary. 4-iCiu. Michalak Martha Michalak, nee ZboralsM, be loved wife of the late Stanley; lov ing mother of Thomas (Agatha) Walter, Joseph (Sophie), Bernard (Julia) and Rosemary (Harry) Schmidt; dear grandmother of 11: Treat-grandmother of nine. Funeral uesday, 9:30 a.m., from Roberts r-unerai nome, 2t)i? s. Archer Av, to St. Barbara Church. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Member of Altar and Rosary Society. Visitation after 3 P.m. Sunctav and noon to 10 p.m. Monday. 042-0288. MIK0S Catherine Mikos, nee SchrransM, dearly beloved wite of the late Frank; loving mother of Robert (Roselyn), Rosemarie (Stanley) Salata, Ramona (Reno) Baiocchi and Ronald (Judith); fond sister of Josephine oorski and Rose Breiins- ki; grandmother of 19; orear grandmother ot two. Funeral Tues day, 9 a.m., from the Belmont Funeral Home. 7120 W. Belmont Ave.. . to St. Hyacinth Church. Mass 10 a.m. interment St. Joseph Cemetery. Visitation Monday, 3 to 10 p.m. Please omit flowers, into, 286-2500, MOFFETT Raymond P. Moffett, suddenly, lov ing husband ot Mav. nee Reich dear son ot Helen G. and the late Wilbert P. Moffett; fond brother of Russell (Kathrvn). Constance M, Arnett and Phyllis E. (Pitt) Havden; many nieces and nephews, Member of I.U.O.E. Local 150. Visi tation at the M. J, Suerth Funeral Home. 6754 Northwest Hwv.. Mon dav. 2 to 9 p.m. Services Tuesday. 1 p.m. Interment Bohemian National Cemetery. 631-1240. MUELLER Ruby Lee Mueller, nee Hinch, be- loved wife of the ate Edward H. loving mother of Betty (Richard) Covers; dear grandmother of Diane (Chip) Kopczynski and Karen (Robert Me ideii ; great grandmother of Lisa, Kim and Bob- oy Mteaeu ana jason Kopavnswj dear sister of Roy (Verna) Hinch, James. Raymond (Carrie! and Mar vin (Vivian); fond sister in law of Lambert and VI Mueller; fond aunt of many nieces and nephews. Funer al services Wednesday, t p.m., at Kolbus Funeral Home, 6S41-57 W. Hiqgins Ave. Interment Union Ridge cemetery, visitation Tuesday, 1 to p.m. 74-3232. MULLEN Edward J. Mullen, fond father of Patricia (Peter) Salerno and Sally (Robert) Fox; dear brother of Dorothy Mlcatetti, Elaine Belmonte and the late Mickey Belmonte; grandfather of four; loving uncle of seven. Funeral Tuesday, 9 a.m. from the Lawn Funeral Home, 7909 State ko., Buroank, io a.m. service, inter-- ment Chaoel Hill Gardens West. In formation 636-2320. MURPHY Joseoh P. Murohv. Mainr A Lt (ret.), beloved husband of Regina. nee Lynes; devoted father of Richard (Maureen); grandfather of Robert and Katherine; brother of John (Catherine), Vivian Arbuckle ano Alice Murpnv. r-unerai Tuesday, 10 a.m. at Edward C. Schubert Chapel, 3419 Rtdgeland, Berwvn. Visitation Monday 4 to 9 p.m. Mass 10:30 St. Leonards, nterment Mt. Carmel. Contributions to English Dept.. Providence Co eoe. Provr , dence. Ri., 02918. Please omit flow ers. 484-5302. N0RDSTE0T Stanley C. Nordstedf, beloved hus band of Harriet; dear son of the late Carl and Hilda Nordstedt; dear brother of Violet Moonev and Rova (Mary) Nordstedt; fond uncle of coneen burcn Posch; great-unc of Stacy and Lisa; fond son in law ot oiive and Gust Carlson. Resting ar Beveriy Kioge cnaoei, Wis Kedzie. Services will be held Wed nesday at 1 p.m. Interment Chaoel Hill South. Visitation Monday after T p.m. 779-4411. NORTON " See Milford T. Padley notice. ' NOVAK Mane Novak (formerly Chodl) North Riverside, Ml., beloved wi of the late James Novak and Albert Chodl; loving mother of the late , Albert cnooi and Evelyn smith; fond sister of Rose (the Charles) Cerny and Mildred (Elmer) . scnann; 9ranomotner or tour; great-grandmother of four. Services Tues day, 2 P.m. at Kurafto Funeral nome, 2bih and oesPiames Avenue, North Riverside. Interment Wood- lawn Memorial Park. Visitation vaondav, 2-4 and 7-9 P.m. 447-2500, 0DDY John J. uddv, In Orlando, Fla., formerly of Chicago, beloved husband of Doris, nee Janes; loving father of John J. Jr. and Leslie; dear son of Agnes and the late John J.; fond brother ot Donald (Dolores). Remains resting at Drake and Son Fu neral Home, $JU4 n. western av., Monday, Jan. 21, from J to 5 p.m., and from 7 to 9 p.m. Lying in state irom iu:jo a.m., i uesoay, jan. u, until time of service. 11 a.m., at Northminster Presbyterian Church, 2515 Central Park Av., Evanston. interment .Rosenm cemetery, in lieu of flowers, memorials to the American Cancer Fund or Marv Crane League would be appreciated. 661-6874. 0ERTER Lorem M. Oerter, ge 74, Jan. to, 1980, beloved husband of Ruth A. Oerter, nee Edler; loving father of Dorothy E. (Lee) Holm and Loravne R. (John) Ohison; dear grandfather of five; fond brother of Margaret (Bernard) Maver and Evelvn -(Joseph) Rauch. Resting at Barron-Hall Funeral Home. 433? Els ton Ave., corner Pulaski Rd., Monday, 1o 10 p.m. and Tuesday, 2 to 10 P m. Services at Mavfair Presbyterian Church, Kostner and Ainshe Avenues. Wednesday. Jan. 23. 1 P.m. Interment Wonders Cemetery. Past Noble Grand of Northwest Lodge No. 8 1.0, O F. Atso member of Ger-mania Lodge No. 182 A.F. & A.M., Scottish Rite Bodies Valley of Chicago and Medinah Shrine. Please omit flowers. Memorials to Maytair Presbyterian Church would be appreciated. Will lie In state at church from noon Wednesday until time of services. Kty-oiuu. PADLEY Milford T. Padley of oak Brook, formerly of LaG range, beloved hut- bond of the lale Lydlai fond father of Lue (Roger) Norton; grandfather of Patrick and Sue. services Tuesday. 1 D.m.. at tht Adams, Winterfield Fuerai Hornet 4343 Main St., Downers Grove. Interment Bronswood cemetery. Retired Internationa) ReeresentatlvB of I. L.U .N. A.. Visitation Monday, 2 to 5 and 7 tO V P.m. 968-1000. PEARSON Martin H. Pearson, tare of Beimonr, Cal., beloved husband of the iare Ingeborg. nee Hartelius: devoted father of Martin Pearson and Elinor (Clifford) Beckman; survived by seven grandchildren and two great- Grandchildren. Service Tuesday, Jan. 22, 1980, 1 p.m., at Edgar Funeral Home, 10900 S. Cicero. Interment oak hhi. visiranon ro v p.m. Monaay, uj-iouu or ij-ueo. PERRUS0 feiesio I. Perruso, late of Dolton, oeioveo nusoana or Anna, nee Gar- cut iw, mcoi iouici ur niiiiamgiitj Ro$anrta and Daniela; fond son of Linda and the late Settimio Per-ruso; brother of Anna (Giovanni) lorio. Visitation after 4 p.m. Monday, 7 to 10 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Wednesday, Jan. 23, at 9 a.m., from Drumm Funeral Home, 1200 E. 162nd St., one block west of the Calumet Expressway, on U.S. 6, South Holland. Mass 10 a.m., St. Jude the Apostle Church. Interment ramuy lor. jjj-wii. PETER STANLEY See Stanley Cepauskai ttotlct. PETRONE see Hetuerr R. Feiomann none. PIERSIAILA Stella 6. Pierslalla, nee Gaittilnsk! ane 74, -lormerlv of Asribuirt. it Chicago, beloved wile of the late Theodore Plersialla Sr.; loving mother of Bernice (James) Koiar, Charleen (Charles) Knight, Leonard (Cecelia) and the late Theodore Jr.; fond grandmother of Lvnetie (Terrv) Johnson, Deborah Tanzer, James, Anthony, Cvnthia J., Chervl. Denise. Leonard and Cvnthia W; dear great-grandmother of Tammy, Terrv, Traci, Christy and Melissa; dear sister ot ftgnes iralewski, Martha Wagner and Helen Suska and the late Mary Bruhnke and Lottia Knourek. Funeral services Wednesday, Jan. 73, 1980. 9:15 a.m. Irom the Rosemoor Funeral Home, 17943 a. torrence Ave, Lansing, to st, Ann's Church. 3010 Ridge Rd. Lansing. Mass 10 a.m. Visitation Monday, 7 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday, 2 to 9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the National Cancer Society will be. appreciated. Interment Re surrection Lemerery. 44-2404. PSALTIS See George J. notice. (Gregory) Chiakulas RABINER Flora Rabiner, devoted mother of Robert E. of Hollywood, Calif. i oear sister of Elsie F. Epstein, Helen P. Weber and the late Edmund J. Freund; loving grandmother ot Patricia Lou (Charles) Clark and Ronald E. Rabiner. Memorial services Monday, Jan. 21, at 3 p.m., at Chapel, $206 N. Broadway. Please omit flowers. Memorials to LaRabi-da or Deborah Women's Club. Into. Furth Funeral Direction, 764-4300. RICE Bruno A. Rice of Berwvn, beloved husband of Rosemarie, nee Anysh; devoted father of Shirley Rice and Lorraine Burris; grandfather ot Debbie Haves and Karen Skopek; great-grandfather of three; brother of Sigmund, Victor, Harold Rice and Emma Beverly. Funeral Wednesday, Jan. 23, 9:15 a.m., from Svec and Sons Funeral Home, 6227 w. Cermak Rd., to St. Bernadine Church, Forest Park. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Queen ot Heaven. Member of Cicero Lodge No. 2t5 L.O.O.M. Visitation Monday, beginning 5 P.m., Tuesday, 2 p.m. until 9 p.m. 464-2050 or 242-2027. RiZZO Angela Rizzo, nee Errlco, beloved' wife of the late Charles J. Ruzo; dear sister of Jennie Marotta, Rose Coco, Mary A. Errico, Louise Wienke, Peter J. (Marion) Errico and the late Emil j. Errico; loving aunt of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a.m., from Sheldon-Goglin Funeral Home, 5935 W. Belmont Av. to St. Ferdinand Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Entombment Queen of Heaven Mausoleum. Please omit flowers. Visitation Monday and Tuesday, 2 to 10 p.m. 237-4404. R0ESSLER Alfred H. Poessler of Madison, Wis., former Accountant with Monarch Air Service, dear brother of Grace (the late Walter) Brown of Madison and Walter of East Trov, Wis.; also nieces and nephews. Resting at Hornburg-Klein Evergreen Funeral Home, 2955 W. 95th St., Monday. 4 to 9 p.m. Services Tuesday, 11 a.m., at Hope Lutheran Church, 64th and Washtenaw. Inter ment Beverly. 422-010. R0SPENDA Edward F. Rospenda, beloved hut-band of Josephine, nee Rekus; loving father of Annette (Ralph) Mvrick and Robert (Nancv)i fond brother of Mae Bobrowski, Anna (Stanley) Pondel, Lillian (Richard) Steffens and Bruno (Irene); grandfather of Kathleen, John and Mark; uncle of nieces and nephews. Funeral Tuesday, Jan. 22, at 8:45 a.m., .from Baran Funeral Home, 264446 . N. Central Av., to St. Ferdinand Churc. Mass 9:30 a.m. Entombment St. Joseph Cemetery. 622-1488. ROY Robert J, Roy fomerly of Chicago, beloved husband of Alice, nee Erick-sen; fond sister of Mariorie Bailey ot Brookfield, Wise; and the late James and William. Service Tuesday, Jan. 22. at 1 p.m., Schuette-Daniels Funeral Home, Rev. James Burd officiating. Inteimenl Burlington Cemetery. Visitation Monday, Jan. 21, Irom 1-9 p.m., Schuette-Daniels Funeral Home, 157 S. Pine n, Burlington, Wise. (414) 763- RYDEU Clara Hudson Rvdell, nee Hudson, 98, of Highland Park, Jan. 19, beloved mother of Oscar Ferdinand Rvdell and the late Clara Rvdell Dunn and Mildred Rvdell Quinn; fond grandmother of Diane Rvdell Anderson, Randv Rvdell, Edwin Rvdell Dunn and Rvdell James Dunfl; si, great-grandchildren. Visitation Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., at the Wm. H. Scott Funeral Home, 1100 Greenleal Ave., Wilmette, with Mass Tuesday, 10:30 a.m., at St. Faith, Hope and Charity Church, 180 Ridge Ave., Winnetka. interment Calvary Cemetery. 251-8200. SCHEY Lillian L. Schey, formerly of Chicago, mother of William E. Schey of Elkhart, Ind.; grandmother of Leona Duke of Jamestown, Ind., oassed awav Saturday a.m. Graveside service Montrose Cemetery, Tuesday, I p.m., al the chapel. SCHNEIDER Robert A. Schneider of Michicgan City, formerly ot Wilmette, Jan. 19., husband of the late Annette, nee Wieder; lather of Anne M. (David) DeRosier, Jane E. (James) Richards and Robert E. (Barbara) Schneider; seven grandchildren; brother of William, Clare Koenio ' and Dorothy Rowland. Visitation at Wm. H. Scott Funeral Home, 1100 Greenleal Ave., Wilmette, S to 9 p m. Monday. Mass 10 a.m. Tuesday. SI. Francis Xavier Church, Wilmette. Interment All Saints. Memorials may be made to Chicago Luna Assoc. 251-8200. SCH0LZ Rose Sertoli, nee Eder, beloved wife of the late Irving A.; dearest motner of Patricia (Clifford) Pilgrim, Pauline (Robert) Lesnlewski, and Roy (Maria, Snell; grandmother ol seveni. also brothers and sisters. Services Wednesday, 11 a.m., at Egan Funeral Home. 3700 W. 63rd St. Cremation Woodlawn. tn lieu of flowers, donations to Diabetes Association will be appreciated. Visita tion after 4 o.m. Monday. LU2-2000. SEKURA ' i. Michael E. Sekura, beloved host' 41 of Evelvn Sesura, nee Jacobs; Io ing tatner ol Michael (Carol) Self ura. Sandra (John) Ceivenv an4 Michelle (John) Fugman; deaf Jrandtather of Tammy Cereeny, hris and Rhett Fugman; fond) brother of Stantev Sekura, Mary Gurnevare. Ann Matas and the late Peter Sekura. Funeral Tuesday. 9: JO a.m., trom Muth Funeral Home. 2110 W. 22d PI., to St. Paul Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Josepk Cemetery. Visitation alter I svra. Monday. 147-0655. SHANNON x Norbert J. Shannon, beloved Rug. band of Mildred K.; fond lather of Marv Katherine (John) Lewln; brother of Thomas R. (Helenand the lale Blanche Conklin, Margaret Man, Edward J., Katherine Bart, lett. Hie Rev. James V. and William . Shannon. Visitation Monday, 4 Ip em., at Peterson Funeral Home, 4938 W. North Ave. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., Io St. Vincent Ferrer Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment AH Saints. In lieu of llowers, donation to the Little Brothers ol the Poor of masses appreciated. 637-4441. 1 SHYETTE Seymor s. Shvette, beloved husbenfl ol Ellen, nee Ctiatow; devoted father ot Lowell of Van Nuvs, Ca., Barbara and Elirabeth; fond brother ol Joseph Shvette and Rae Lee of Mass. Services Tuesday, 10 a.m.. at Piser North Suburban Memorial Chapel, 9200 Skokie Blvd., Skokie. Interment Memorial Park Cemetary. ,ln lieu of flowers, memorial may be made to the American Heart Association. Member of I.B.E.W. for over 35 years and former Vice President ot Levine-Meyers Jewish War -Veterans Post. Friends are asked to par their respects at the time ot service. Inlormalion, 479-440. n . SIEGEl Sara Siegel, it Miami. Fla., totlno sister of Irving (Lllvan) and the late William, Meyer and Jack Siegel; fond aunt of William and Howard (Roberta); great-aunt ot Jonathan and David. Services Wednesday, Jan. 23, at 10 a.m., al Chapel, 5206 N. Broadway. Interment Tipereth Zion, Waldneim. Into. Furth Funeral Direction, 784-4300. SINKS Leon R. Sinks of Downers Grove, beloved husband of Dalton M., nee AMman; dear brother of Jean Loren-zen and Donald (Shirley) Sinks; son r John Wohlenberg. Visitation 1 to p.m., Monday, Jan. 21, at Toon Funeral Home, 4920 Main St., Downers Grove, where service will oe held Tuesday, Jan. 22, 10:30 .m. Interment Clarendon Hills Comet-' ery. 968 0408. rU SLADE Genevieve C. Slade, of Chicago, formerly of Grand Rapids Michigan, Visitation Tuesday, January 22, 4-10 p.m., at Bowman Funeral Home. -2236 S. Wentwortti Ave., Chicago. Services and Interment Grand Rapids Michigan. 842-1820. S0UKUP Martha A. Soukup, nee Thlem, deer wife of the late James E.; beloved mother ot James B , Ernest (Florence), Margaret Hall, Eleanore. Paul (Donna), Elizabeth (Milan) Smith, Mary Wimmer and John (Nancy); grandmother ol 12; fond sister of Agnes (Kurt) Luedtke and Ernest (Dorothy) and the late Bernard (Marie), Funeral Monday, Jan. 21, at 9 a.m., from Kowske Funeral Directors, 1449 W. 51st St., to St. Augustine cnurcn. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. Visitation Sunday, 2-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. 927-4765. SPIEGA Edwin J. (Srplega) Splega, beloved husband of Mollie (Kvser), nee San; loving father ot George (Diane) Kvser, Barbara (Arthur) Woitowicz, Kenneth Spiege and the late Lawrence Kvser; devoted grandtather of live; dear brother of Julius (Sophie) Spieqa and Lorraine (Edwin) Kacz-marek: fond son ot the late Frank and Nora Szpiega; many nieces and nephews. Funeral Tuesday, 9:15 a.m. Irom the McKenzie Funeral Home, 15618 S. Cicero ave., Oak Forest, to St. Michael Church, Or-land Park. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Resurrection. Visitation Monday, 2. p.m. to 10 p.m. In lieu of llowers,' Mass preferred. 687-2990. STRITTAR Melvin F. Strlttar, beloved husband ot Mary B. Strittar, nee McEn-teqart-Smlth and the late Rosa Strlt tar, nee Anaerson; tono tatner or, Frank, Robert (Joanne) and Elaine Strittar, Sheila (George) Padgen; step father of Marvalice (Robert) Mortis, Thomas and Patrick Smith; ,: : dear grandfather of seven; brother , ot Georglanna Smith, Leo (Irene), Edward (Margaret) Federmeyer, Alice (John) Fecarotta; son In law . ot Mary McEntegart. Services Wednesday, Jan. 23, 1980, 10 a.m., from Cermak Home lor Funerals, 5844 W. Cermak Rd., to St. Odilo Church, 2244 S. East Ave. Mass celebrated, 10:30 a.m. Interment family lot. Visitation Monday, and Tuesday, 1 to 10 p.m. Please omil llowers, 652-0243. SUCH Edward M. Such, beloved husband of Cathryn, nee Skultety; dear brother of Joseph (Lottie), Emma (John) Wisniewski, Bernice (Edward) Raichel and Evelvn (Chester) Malocha; also survived by many nieces and nephews. Funeral Wednesday, Jan. 23, 9:30 a.m. from Colonial Funeral Home, 6250 N. Milwaukee, to St. Thecla Church. Interment St. Adalbert. Visitation begins 7 P m. Monday. In lieu of llowers, Masses preferred. 774-0366, SVETEC , See Amelia A. Behnke nolle. SWEARINGEN Lois Swearingen, nee Powers, of Riverside, beloved wife ot the late Ralph; fond mother ol Marlha Lee (Robert) Zenlsek and Ralph (Merry); grandmother ot three; great-grandmother of three. Visitation: Monday 2 to 9 p.m. at Ivlns Funeral Home, 80 E. Burlington Rd Riverside. Services and interment privare. Those desiring mav contribute to Riverside Elementary Schools No. 96 Memorial Fund. 447-2261. SWEET Joseph Sweet, dearly beloved husband of Marie L., nee Ribnikar; loving tatner of Joseph M. (Ilene) and James N. (Sharon); fond brother of Marie J. Ligler; grandfather of eight. Funeral Wednesday 9 a.m. from the Belmont Funeral Home. 7120 W. Belmont Av., to St. William Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Boniface Cemetery. Please omit flowers. Visitation Tuesday 2 to 10 p.m. Into: 286-2500. SYNECKI Edward C. Svneckl, beloved husband ot Agnes C, nee Pavlak; loving father of Eileen (Edward) Krot, Dolores (Robert) Bleskan and Edward (Jaeoueline) Svnecki; devoted grandfather of Robert Bleskan, Beth and Cheryl Svnecki. Funeral Tues-. dav, Jan. 22, at 9:30 a.m., from Sullivan Funeral Home, 2701 W. 63d St., at Washtenaw Avenue, to St. Rita Church. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Member of James J. Zienteak A.L. Post No. 419. Visitation Monday after 2 p.m. PR6-8JOO. TCH0N Eleanor Tchon, nee KozlowsM, beloved wife of the late Edward; dearest mother of Christine; dear sister ol Genevieve KozlowsM, Visitation Tuesday, Jan. 22, 3 P.m. to 10 p.m., at The Montciair Funeral Home, 691 W. Belmont Ave. Funeral services will then be concluded Wednesday, Jan. 23, at 11 a.m. in the St. Adalbert's Cemetery Commital Chapel. Please omil llowers. 622-9300. THOMAS ' Katherine Thomas, nee Wilson; beloved wife of Alfred; loving mother of Alfred H.; fond sister of the late Woodrow Wilson, Mary Lubecki, end Irene Palmer. Funeral Wednesday 8:45 a.m. from Casey-Laskowski Funeral Home, 4540-50 W. Diverse, Av., to Our Lady of Grace Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Mary hi II. Visitation Monday 6:30 p.m. and Tuesday after 2 P.m. 777-6300. WEINGART Richard A. Welngart, dear son of Richard L. (Clara) and Dolores; loving grandson of Jake and Martha Weingart, Viola and the late Lorren Conley; fond brother of Steven, PhiHip and Denise. Visitation Wednesday, 8:30 a m. to 9:30 a.m., at Hollerbacn Funeral Home, 4022-36 N Eiston at living Park Road. Fu-. neral 9:30 a.m. to St. Andrews Church. Mass of the Resurrection 10 a.m. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery. Please omil flowers. 463-1510; WHITE Esther White, nee Chambers, Me 87, wile of the late John; mother of Jack (Lila); sister of Catherine Ward and the late. Vincent Chambers; grandmother of Jack If. Visitation Monday, 2-9 p.m., al the Hanekamp Funeral Home, 385 Waukegan Rd., Northbrook, half mile north of Dundee Rd. Funeral Mass Tuesday, 10 a.m., at St. Nor-berts Church. 1809 Walters Aw. 'nterment Calvsr, Northbrook. Cemetery. 272-3890. W0ZNY Mitchell F. Wozny, beloved husband of Helen, nee Bardrinski; loving father of Kathleen (Henry) wysz-kowskl and Michele (Thomas) Vuk-ovics; grandtather of Robert, Eric, Annette Wyszkowski and Matthew Vukovics; fond brother of Peter (Martha), Edward (Theresa), Jean (Leonard) Judah, Emily (Edward) Skura, Irene (Joseph) May and Dolores (Edward) Zingier; son in lav, ol John and Anneline Bardrinski Funeral Wednesday, Jan. 23, at 45 a.m., Irom Baran Funeral Home, 2644.46 N. Central Ave., to St. Eer-dmand Church. Mass 10:30 a m Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery Please omit flowers. Visitation Monaav, 6 P.m. to 9:30 p.m. and ' 1488 da' V' ' :M m' iih I

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