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inDune, wonday. June 22. 1981 Section 4 11 Obituaries KEATING Eiirafceta C. "Bess" Keating, GOOSSfl. d.
il. a Cinwri Henri Busignies, electronics expert, aircraft dies Val A. Weber Mass for Val A. Weber, 48, a partner in the law firm of Reuben and Proctor, 11 S. La Salle will be at 10 a.m.
Wednesday at SS. Faith, Hope, and Charity Catholic Church, 191 Linden Av in Winnetka. Mr. Weber, who specialized in antitrust cases, died Friday afer collapsing in his office. Mr.
Weber, a native of Madison, and a graduate of Yale University and the Harvard Law School, was president of the Kenilworth Board of Education from 1973 to 1975. He had been a gers. He also originated Tactical Air Navigation, which guides military aircraft of the United States and its allies overseas. An earlier invention, known as "Huff-Duff," a High-Frequency Direction Finder, was spirited out of Occupied France in 1940 by Busignies. Developed for ITT in Paris, it pinpointed the source of radio transmissions in seconds, helping thwart the wolf packs of German submarines that caused heavy losses to Allied convoys.
Busignies was born in Sceaux, in suburban Paris, the son of a mechanical engineer. He received a patent for a radio compass even before he earned his degree in electrical engineering in Paris. FOR 12 YEARS at the ITT laboratory in Paris he developed radio direction finders and worked on aircraft radio navigation systems and early radar. Busignies is survived by his wife, Cecile, a daughter, Monique Stolz, and two grandchildren. Hew Yon times Newt Service NEW YORK Henri Gaston Busignies, 76, an electronics and communications expert whose more than 140 inventions in aerial navigation and direction-finding helped wide aircraft the world over, died Saturday in Antibes on the French His death was announced by International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, of which he was senior vice president and chief scientist until he retired in 1975.
His career spanned nearly half a century, beginning in 1928 when he joined the company's Paris laboratories as an electrical engineer. After coming to this country early in World War II, Busignies helped organize and headed the domestic research arm of ITT, Federal Communications Laboratories, now the ITT Laboratories Division, in Nutley, N.J. BUSIGNIES' ORIGINAL work included Instrument-landing systems, which make busy air lanes safe for pilots and passen- Eeenan rites set; author and educator Walter V. Witkowski Mass for Walter V. Witkowski, 67, a resident of the West Side, will be at 10 a.m.
Tuesday in St. John Cantius Catholic Church, 825 N. Carpenter St. Mr. Witkowski died Friday in West Suburban Hospital, Oak Park.
He worked as carrier for the U.S. Postal Service. Survivors include his wife, Sophie, and a sister. James A. Seniles 1 Mass for James A.
Seniles, former personnel manager of Breaker Confections, Itasca, are scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 1747 Lake Wilmette. Mr. Seniles, 37, died Friday in a hospital in Louis.
He moved there l'i years ago from Schaum-burg to be personnel manager at the corporate headquarters of the Sunmark Co. He is survived by his wife, Yvonne; two daughters, Julie and Vicki; his mother, Evelyn; and a sister. Mrs. William Dorfman Mary Dorfman, 56, a school teacher In the Chicago public schools for 25 years, died Sunday at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Mrs.
Dorfman, of the city's Northwest Side, taught at the Jamieson school for the last nine years. She is survived by her husband, William; a daughter, Andrea Fenwick; a son, Steven; two grandchildren; and three brothers. Private services are scheduled for Tuesday. Robert G. Wenzell A memorial service for Robert G.
Wenzell, a graphic artist and an Evanston resident, are scheduled for 2 p.m. Monday in the Walker Chapel of the First Presbyterian Church, 1419 Chicago Evanston. Mr. Wenzell died Thursday at the age of 62 in Evanston Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Ruth; two daughters, Ann Beilke and Leah; a son, Ken; a grandchild; and a brother.
Mrs. Arthur Paster Services for Mrs. Rhoda B. Paster, 67, of Chicago, will be at 10 a.m. Monday in the chapel at 3019 W.
Peterson Av. Mrs. Paster, 67, died Friday in Glenbrook Hospital, Glenview. She had been a member of City of Hope, a medical foundation in California, and was active in the Niles Township Shelter Workshop, an organization helping senior citizens. She is survived by her husband, Arthur a son, Dr.
Robert; three grandchildren; and two sisters. Robert Wedel Services for Robert Wedel, 67, of Des Plaines, will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday in the chapel at Lee and Perry streets, Des Plaines. Mr. Wedel died Friday in Holy Family Hospital.
He worked as a machinist for Bell Howell. Survivors include a sister and a brother. Mrs. Minnie B. Whitney Services for Minnie B.
Whitney, 84, of Calumet City, will be at 1 p.m. Monday in the chapel at 18230 S. Dixie Homewood. She died Saturday in Ingalls Memorial Hospital, Harvey. Mrs.
Whitney was a retired manager for the Consolidated Currency Exchange Corp. Survivors include two daughters, Lois Marshall and Dorothy Allie; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and a sister. Robert C. Keenan in 1960 Educator first passed principal's examination in 1929. mwmi0'mmmi i': LMZ member of the suburb's zoning board of appeals since 1976.
He was a member of the Legal Club of Chicago and served on the Sherman Act, Franchising, and Commodities Regulation committees of the American Bar Association. He was a member of the association's Corporation, Banking, and Business Law Section and the Anti-Trust Section. He is survived by his wife, Deonne; three sons, Charles, Scott, and Christopher; and two sisters, Joan Barney and Katherine Perry. Clarence A. Krueger Services for Clarence A.
Krueger, retired security chief of the Illinois Institute of Technology, are scheduled for 1 p.m. Tuesday at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 6717 19th Berwyn. Mr. Krueger, a Berwyn resident, died Saturday at Mac Neal Memorial Hospital, Berwyn, at the age of 71. He was a past president of the Illinois Security Chiefs Association.
He is survived by his wife, Edna; two sons, Robert and Kenneth; two daughters, Pamela Meek and Carol Carlisle; 10 grandchildren; a greatgrandchild; a sister; and a brother. Samuel Rosenberg Services for Samuel Rosenberg, former attorney and pharmacist, are scheduled for 2 p.m. Monday in the chapel at 6130 N. California Av. Mr.
Rosenberg, 79, of the North Side, died Saturday at Edge-water Hospital. He retired in 1978 after 45 years as an attorney with offices at 100 N. La Salle St. and 206 S. Pulaski Rd.
He had been a pharmacist at Van Buren Street and Kildare Avenue. He is survived by two daughters, Shirley Locker and Marian, and three grandchildren. Mrs. Ethel Kalischer Ehrlich Private services will be held for Mrs. Ethel Kalischer Ehrlich, former president of the Standard Store Fixture 4300 N.
Elston Chicago. Mrs. Ehrlich, 86, died Saturday in Evanston Hospital. She had been a resident of Evanston for more than 75 years and helped found the Standard Store Fixture with her husband, the late Abraham L. She is survived by a daughter, M.
Patricia Grober; three sons, Robert, and Daniel; and six grandchildren. Arthur Greenberg Services for Arthur Greenberg, founder and co-owner of Northwest Appliance and Furniture 3107 W. Devon were scheduled for 1 p.m. Monday in the chapel at 111 Skokie Wilmette. Mr.
Greenberg died Saturday at the age of 68 at Lutheran General Hospital, Park Ridge. A resident of Northbrook, he was in business more than 40 years with his father and brother until his retirement in 1975. He is survived by his wife, Adele; a daughter, Joanne Colen; a son, Ronald; two grandchildren; and three sisters. MASS FOR ROBERT C. Keenan, former superintendent of Chicago School District 15, will be at 11 a.m.
Wednesday in St. James the Apostle Catholic Church, Glen Ellyn. Mr. Keenah, who died Saturday in his home in Glen Ellyn, was 82. Mr.
Keenan, who spent his working life in education, passed a principal's examination in 1929 and was assigned as a principal in 1935. In 1934, as a committee chairman of the Chicago division of the Illinois State Teachers Association, he appeared before a congressional education committee asking for government loans to school districts during the Depression. He later received the pen that President Franklin D. Roosevelt used to sign the bill authorizing the Reconstruction Finance Committee to make loans to school districts. Mr.
Keenan, wrote several books, including one on gifted children. He also was a member of the first Chicago Human Relations Committee. Survivors include one daughter, Lenore Le welly an; nine grandchildren; two great grandchildren; and a sister. New Mexico anthropologist Anne M. Smith dies at 80 SANTA FE, N.M.
(UPI) Anne M. Smith, the first woman ever to receive a doctorate in anthropology from Yale University, died here last week. She was 80. She was former curator of the Museum of New Mexico and one of two non-Indian members of the state Commission on Indian Affairs. She had taught at the University of New Mexico, St.
John's College, the University of Albuquerque, New Mexico State University, College of Santa Fe, and the Institute of American Indian Arts. She is survived by two sons, and a sister. M0SKVVA Cas.rr.r beloved husband ot Vuidred; tarner of Eiteea (the late Eugene) Cwtertmak and Richard (Marvann); fond giandtather of Michael and Mark; dear brother of Chester (Jane) Moskwa: and nieces. Funeral Tuesday, 9 a trom Archer Funeral Home, 6108 W. Archer Steven J.
Scndziek Director. 9:30 a.m. Mass at St. Sympnorosa. Interment Resurrection.
Visitation Sunday, 2 to 9 m. and Monday, 2 lo 9 p.m. 55-1003. NADLER Irene Nadler, nee Klein, ty loved wife ot Marvin; toving mother of Nancy (Tracy) Love and Mark Nadier; dear sister in lew ot Jack Nadler and daughter in law of Ra-hel (the late Anartin) Nadler; dear daughter of the late Ignatz and Mat-vino Klein. Services Tuesday, 10 a.m., at Piser North Suburban Memorial Chapel, 9200 Skokie Skokie.
Interment Westlawn Cemetery. Visitation at time ot service. ov-4auv ORMAN Morris Orman, beloved husband of Ann, nee Tutilman; devoted father ot Robert (Kalhv), Gary (Bonnie) and Susan; loving grandfather of Travis; dear brother of Hyman (Bettv). Services Tuesday, June 23. 10 a.m., at Stone ChapeL K.AJVL Isaiah Israel 5037 S.
Greenwood. Interment Oak Woods cemetery, pnenos may pav the spects at the time of services. Infor maticn. Forth Funeral Direction, PANAGAKOS Sea Nick j. Appollto notice.
PARTIPIL0 See Joseph Altiere notice. P0LIT0 Gaetano "Fiddles" Pollto beloved husband of Nellie, nee Brusca 10 ana tne tare Antoinette; loving father of Dominic, John, Christine Angio Guasta, James, Guy Rae manm noose ana rne late josephj dear grandfather of 12: ar.At. grandfather of seven. Funeral Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. from Conboy Funeral Home, 6150 W.
North to Our Lady of Mercy Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Joseph Com- vicir. viiiouun monody, a ro p.m.
and Tuesday, 2 to 9 p.m. 237-1134. P0TYRAIA Florence B. Potyrala, nee Szyper, beloved wife of Chester; loving mother of Charles and Mary; fond sister of Lillian Ciszewskl. Funeral Tuesday, 9 a.m., from Ridge Funeral Home, 6620 W.
Archer corner of Natoma, to St. Daniel the Prophet Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation Sunday and Monday.
2 p.m. to 9 P.m. 586-7900. PYREK Waiter L. Pvrek, beloved husband of Marie; loving father ot Conrad (Barbara); dear brother of Josephine (Joseph) Rzepka, Jean Kusibab, Sue (Norman) Nesserand Antoinette Pyrek; fond uncle of many nieces and nephews.
Funeral Tuesday, 10:15 a.m., from The Montclair Funeral Home, 6901 W. Belmont to St. Vincent Ferrer Church. Mass 11 a.m. Visitation Sunday, 3 to 9:30 P.m.
and all day Monday. Interment SI. Adalbert. 622-9300. RHODES Walter Rhodes, Farmer City, former member of Illinois State Racing Commission, dear son of Sophia; fond brother of Rex, Melba Kemp, Betty O'Malley, Roberta Matcotte and Jean Hollenback.
Funeral services 1 p.m. Wednesday at Carmodv Funeral Home, Bloomington, III. Visitation 3 to 9 s.m. Tuesday. Interment Oak Grove Cemetery.
Leroy, III. 309-828-3113. ROBERTS Mary R. Roberts, beloved wife of the late Walter; fond aunt of Ruth (Edward) Andrlik. Services Tuesday, 10 a.m., at H.
Marlk Sons Fi neral Home, 6507 W. Cermak Berwyn. Interment Woodlawm Cemetery. Please omit flowers. Visitation Monday, 7 to 9 P.m.
484-6310, ROSENBERG Samuel Rosenberg, beloved husband of the late Florence, nee Goldberg; loving father of Shirley (Charles) Locker and Marian Rosenberg; devoted grandfather of Jack, Lauren and Barbara; dear brother of the late Gertrude and William. Services Monday, 2 p.m., at Piser North Town Memorial Chapel, 6130 N. California Ave. Interment Anshe Emet Seclon, Jewish Waldheim. Friends are asked to pay their respects at the time of services.
Please omit flowers. 338-2300. R0THAN Russei W. Roman, June 21, 1981, survived by his wife Hilda Rothan nee, Sperrv; a brother John J. Rothan of Scotlsdale, Ariz, and a sister Margaret Reutlinger of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Visitation Monday, from 4 until 9 p.m., at Smiih-Cor-coran Funeral Home, 6150 N. Cicero Ave. Services and Interment private. In lieu of fiowets, contributions to Lincolnwood Paramedics would be appreciated. 736-3833.
SCHAFER Jennie scnafer, nee Peters of Des Plaines, beloved wife of the late Thomas loving mother of Ross F. and Kenneth D. Schafer; nine grandchildren; II great-granchitdren. Visitation Monday, 4 to 9 p.m. at Oehler Funeral Home, Lee at Perry Streets, Des Plaines, where services will be held Tuesday, 11:30 a.m.
Interment private. Please omit flow, ers. 624-5155. SCHALK wiinam G. scnaik of scnaumrjurg, beloved husband of the late Lvdia; fond father of Elvera (the late John) Klein; grandfather of Karen (Rav) Diltmann and James (Joyce) Klein; great-grandfather of five; brother of Elmer.
Resting at the Ahlgtim and Sons Funeral Home, 330 W. Golf Schaumburg, from 2 to 9 p.m. Monday. Services 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.
In lieu of flowers, memorials will be appreciated. Interment St. Lucas Cemetery. 882-5580. SCHAUER Winifred senauer of Downers Grove, formerly of Glen Ellyn, wife of Leo mother of Leo Jr.
(Gennv) and Russell (Joyce); grandmother of Scott, Suzanne and Brian; sister of Jerome and Frank Toman; survived by many nieces and nephews. Visitation Sunday, 4-9 p.m. and Monday, 6-9 p.m, at the Leonard Memorial Home. 565 Duane Glen Ellyn. Funeral Mass Tuesday, II a.m., at St.
James the Apostle Catholic Church, Glen Ellvn. Interment Queen of Heaven. In lieu of flowers, donations to Ihe American Cancer Society appreciated. Into. 469-0032, SCHILES James seniles, formerly of Schaumburg, June 19, beloved husband of Yvonne, nee Yocom; loving father of Julie and Vlcki; dear son of Evelyn; devoted brother of Jamey Snlezek.
Funeral 9 a.m., Tuesday, from Wm. H. Scott Funeral Home, 1100 Greenleaf Wilmette, to St. Joseph Church, Wilmette. Mass 9:30 a.m.
Intetment All Saints. Visitation 4 to 9 p.m. Monday. 251-8200, SCHRADER Theron E. Schrader, beloved huv band of Arlene, nee Walker; loving -father of Janice (James) Mosley and Joan (Richatd) Reynertsont dear grandfather of seven.
Resting al Lewis Funeral Home, 7600 W. Grand at Ihe Circle, Elmwood Park, Visitation Tuesday, 2 to 10 p.m. Funeral Wednesday, June 94, at 11 a.m. Intermont Memorial Estates Cemetery. 453-1234.
SCHUMAN Mae M. schuman of Elmhurst, formerly of Broadview, beloved wife of the lale Charles fond mother of Mary Alice (Kenneth) Liett and the late Jerome; grandmother of Kenneth (Julie), Jerome, Michael and Kathleen; great-grandmother of Matthew and Andrew. Charter member of West lake Women's Hospital Guild, the R.S.V.P. and the Visitation Council of Catholic Women. Resting at the Ahlgrim and Sons Funeral Home, 567 S.
Spring Elmhurst, 2 lo 9 p.m. Sunday and Monday. Funeral Tuesday, June 23, 9:30 a.m., lo Visitation Church, Mass to a.m. Memorials will be appreciated to Westlake Hospital, interment All Saints Cemetery. 834-3515.
SCHWINN Elmer scnwmn or eerwvn. at Rusb-Prcsbvterlan SI. Luke's Hospital, retired eiecutive vice president chairman of the board of Cuneo Press and member ol tne board ol Ihe Milwaukee Railroad, beloved husband ol Roberta Lee, nee Cer. mak: loving father 0' Richard and Vincent; tond son in law ol Joseph and Julia Curmak; brother In law of Robert E. Cermak, Funeral Tues day.
9:30 a.m., from linhart Funeral Home, 6820 w. cctmak to Brrwvn United Lutheran Church. 2400 ST Harvey lor 10 a.m. service. Interment Woodlawn.
Masonic services Monday, 8 p.m., under auspices of Berwvn Lodge No. 839, A F. and A M. Member ol till, nois Real Estate Brokers Association and Golden Member of Masonic Temple. Visitation Sunday, 3 to 10 p.m.
and Monday, 2 lo 10 p.m. 749-2255. SIK0KIS Chains r. sikokii, beloved son of the late Leonidas and Helen: loving brother ol James (Helen). Sophia, Thomas Sikokit and Blanche iFien- els) Quinn: dear uncle of Elaine (Leo) Aitias: great-undo ot Leonidas Alhas.
Funeral Monday, 10:30 a.m. Iron Chaorl of Admamis Funnral Directors, 400 Wrtlern Ave. Services 11:30 am. al Ihe An-nuiiciation Gteek Otthodoi Cmni rtK.1, 1017 N. Lasalte st.
inter, mcnt Elmwood Cemetery. Visitation balurdo and nnav (mm 6 p.m. to 10 m. t.o'itnniii oiis in his memory lo Ihe Annunciation Cathedral would be auruaaKd jJ.7uo. SKYIES Rev.
Reborn Styles III. 69. pastor of St. Janes Lutheran Chuirh and dean emeritus ot tne Ititncis Svnod of Ihe Lutheran Churcn in America, died Tuesday, June 18. Sur.ivors include his wife, Soubret-ta; daughters Bevertr Blake.
Roim-da Johnson and Marrieta bcvTTI grandchildren Allvson Johnson, Robin Blake and Kathrvn and Susea), Beverly. Visitation Monday, Jung 72, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., at St. James Lutheran Church, 8900 S. Michigan.
Wake Monday, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Funeral services Tuesday, 10 a.m., at the church. Interment Oekwood Cemetery. SMID The Ret.
Francis Smid, 66, pas- -tor of Hoty Family Chuch, North Chicago, survivedy by one sister, Lillian (Anthonv) Lhotka: brother ot tne late Dr. John (Marie) Smid; three nephews. Funeral Mass will be Wednesday, Holy-Family Church, North Chicago, III. Visita- tion will be Monday, from 4 to id p.m. at the Salata Funeral Chapel, 14th and Park Avenue, North Chicago and Tuesday, Irom 3 to 8 a.
at the Holy Family Church, 1840 Lincoln SU North Chicago, interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Hillside, 111. 689-1234. STAMATAK0S See Mary Cairo notice. STANKIEWICZ Stella stankiewlcz, beloved mother of Theresa Mullins and Mitchell (Elizabeth); dear grandmother or Dennis, Mary Ellen, Pamela and David.
Funeral Tuesday, 8:30 a.m., irom Richard Funeral Home, 5749 Archer corner of Lorel, to Good Shepherd Chutch. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation Sunday, 2 to 9 p.m. and Monday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
767-1840. STUDNICKA Josephine Studnicka, nee Paras, beloved wife ot James; loving mother of Frances (Victor) Kwiatkowski, Mkhael (Kenhnn) Siedlecki and the late Joseph Siedlecki; fond grandmother of five; great-grandmother of three. Funeral Wednesday, 8:45 a.m., at Otto V. Stransky and Son Funeral Home, 5112 S. Western to SS.
Cyril and Methodius Church, for 9:30 a.m. Mass. Interment Resurrection. Visitation 6 to 10 p.m. Monday and 2 lo 10 p.m.
Tuesday. FR8-O700. SULLIVAN Roger D. age 51 of BrooW field, beloved husband of Margaret, nee Bushnell; fond father of James, Fred (Sharon), Cathy Rudolph, Nancy (Corey) Walen, David (Robin) and Richard; grandfather of two; brother of Patricia, Dorothy Beckstrom, Eileen Rodgers, Edward and Daniel. Resting at Hitzeman Funeral Home, P.C., 9445 W.
3)st Brookfield. Funeral Tuesday, .9:30 a.m., to St. Barbara Church, 4008 Prairie Brookfield. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven.
Please omit flowers. Visitation Monday, 2 to 9 p.m. 485-2000. SWEENEY Carol Sweeney of Evanston, beloved wile ot the late Charles fond mother of Sue (John) Chute, Steve (Shirley), Tom Patrick (Kathleen) and Timothy (Margv) Sweeney; nine grandchildren; loving daughter of Helen and the late George Casgrain; dear sister of George Casgrain and Margaret Konold. Visitation Tuesday, 3 P.m.
to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Lauterburg and Oehler Funeral Home, 2000 E. Northwest Arlington Heights.
Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., from chapel to Sr. James Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery, Technev, III.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Home Hospice V.N. A. House, Evanston, 828 Davis, Evanston, III, 253-5423. TENGWALL Alvin C. TetnTwall, beloved husband of the late Helen; loving lather of -Marcla Lange and Jeanne (Carl) Maior; fond grandfather of Paul and Bruce Lange and Edwin Monson Jr.
Services Monday, 1 p.m., at North Park Covenant Church, 5250 N. Christiana Av. Interment Ridgewood. Visitation Sunday, 4 to 9 p.m. at Edgar Anderson Funeral Home, 4821 N.
Damon Av. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Covenant Harbor appreciated. 561-2016. THACHET Anne "Bessie" Thomas Thachet, nee Pathyll of Villa Park, beloved wife of Thomas loving mother of Cyriac (Sunny), Tomas and Lisu: dear daughter of Thomas and the late Mary Pathyll; fond sister of Joseph Pathyll, Saibu Pathyll, El-samma Chettiath, Catherine Ellam-pally, Molly Puthuserrll, Tressy Manimala and Merry Matthews, Funeral service Monday, June 22, 11:30 a.m., at the Villa Park Funeral Home, 305 S. Princeton Ave.
(half block west of Ardmore Avenue), Villa Park, ta St. Alexander Church. 12 noon Mass. Interment Queen of Heaven. 8344656.
TSAGALIS Christina P. Tsagatis of Nlles, beloved wife of Pete loving mother of Angelo P. and Georgia P. Tsagalls; dear sister of Nick and George Koliopoulos; fond sister in law of Helen Panaglotopouios and Kostantina Fragos, George, Bill, James, Sam, Mike and John Tsagalis: loving daughter in law of Georgia Tsagalis. Visitation Sunday, 4 to 9 p.m.
and Monday, 2 to 9 p.m., at Oehler Funeral Home, Lee at Perry Streets, -Des Plaines. Funeral Tuesday, 11 a.m., at St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church, 2350 Dempster Des Plaines. Interment Elmwood Cemetery. 824-5155.
VIETZEN Elmer R. Vletzen, beloved husband of the late Isabelle R. Vietzen, nee Farmer; dear father of Rose (John Lennon, June (Jerry) Sletten and Charles (Sheila) Vietzen; loving grandfather of 11. Retired underground construction superintendent Commonwealth Edision Co. Member of Ascension Holy Name Men's Club and Golden Domers.
55 year alumnus l.l.T. Funeral Tuesday, June 23, 9:30 a.m. lo Ascension Church. Mass of the Resurrection 10 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery.
Visitation at P.M. Smith and Sons Funeral Home, 245 Madison Oak Park, Sunday, from 4 to 9 p.m. and Monday, from 2 to 9 p.m, 848-5828, VIZZA Leroy G. vizza, beloved husband 01 Anna, nee Ondrla; dear father of Robert (Betty Lou); loving grandlalher of Colleen (Richard) Prouza, Roberta (Frank) McNamara, Mark (Gavle) and Daniel: fond great-grandfather of Joey and Jenny Prouza; devoted brother of Viola (Bud) Conner; dear brother In law of Mary (Ihe late Eugene) Vizza; dear nephew of the late John (Carrie) Jacobs; loving uncle of Fred (Ruth) Conner and Donna (James) Van Vleet. Funeral Tuesday, 8:30 a.m.
from the Linhart Funeral Home, 6820 W. Cermak Berwyn, to Assumption B.V.M. Slovak Church, 24lh and California for the mass of the Resurrection at 9:30 a.m. Intetment St. Mary Cemetery.
Please omit flowers. Visitation Monday, 2 to 9 P.m. 749-2255. WALTHER Fiotence D. Wanner, nee Rostand, beloved wife 01 the late Clarence D.
Walther loving mother of Clarence D. Jr. (Thelma), Richard (Betty) and William (Rita); dear grandmother of eight; dear sister of Frank Rosland and Alberta Ptleler. Resting at Lewis Funeral Home, 7600 W. Grand at the Circle, Elmwood Park.
Visitation Monday and Tuesday, 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. Funeral Wednesday, June 24, at 12 noon. Interment Acacia Park Cemetery. 453-1234.
WEBER val A. weber, June 19, husband or Deonne; father of Charles, Scolt and Christopher Weber; brother ot Joan Barney and Katherine Perrv. Mass Wednesday, 10 a.m. at SS. Faith Hope and Charity Church, Winnetka.
In lieu of llowers, contributions may be made to Joseph Sears Development Fund, Joseph Scars School, 542 Abbortsfoid Kenilworth. Inlermenl private. 251- 8200. W0LSKI T. Hie A.
Wolskl, nee Biahchut, beloved wile ol the late Stanley; dearest mother ot Joseph Sr. and Edward: dear grandmother Of Richard. Thomas, Joseph Jr. (Jcant, Donald, Daniel and Laio: great-grandmother ol Ann. Funeral services 9 a.m.
from Kozera Funeral Home. 1718 w. 48th lo St. Rose of Lira Church. Interment Resurrection Cemetery.
Visitation Moi'fav and Tuesday, 2 to 9 p.m. 927-JJ8S. ZIEMER isabelle Zlomer, nee Clements, beloved wife ol Robert F. mother of Jacqueline (Robert) tAjr-pnv. Robin and the la'e grandmother of Robert, Jarrs, Christopher and Ktmberlv Murnh; dear dauqner of Emma and tne ta'e John Clemonts.
Resting af Hornburg Klein Eyerorecn Funcrat Home, 2955 W. 9Slh Monday, to 10 p.m. and Tuesday, 2 to 10 m. Services Wednesday, II am, interment Bathania. Memorials to BL'tlfSda Homo will be appreciated.
ZWIERS Ralph H. Zwicrs beloved husband 01 Svivla; dear fattier of Arietta (Ron) Thirle and Robetl ilimaj 7wirrsi sleptattier ol Rvbowiak; grandlatiier ol sfvr'i, fond brothet ol Harold, Aiviia Wrstenbtrg, the late John Hnntv, vS'eiie" Sur ilav iind ri-dav to a al strv is TursJ.v i Puni (il hnmr inc 4,1, laski EriAaid -j, menl Ch-o- -alios in Mrfat-ali to r'p-ltai tv would be appreciated ST.W" loving daughter of the late Martia and Bernice Goossen; daughter Im of Catherine and the Icte Floyd J. Keating; dearest mother of Mercy (Bill) Fasntnsbauer. Floyd T. (Ginnv), Mike (loai, Mary Kay (Bill) Pigott, Kathy (the late Wil liam Kotnowiu, Margaret (Jim Winer, uonna (Richard Korzenowski.
Therese (Robert Ligue and Marry (Claudia); dear granomorner ol 19; tond sister and Sister in law of Dorothy tw.rrpnl AAoore. Toni (Sam) Salvalo, Lor raine iKusseti) kvans, Martia (Helen) Goossen, Marie (Harry) KiEiosen, Lorena (tne tare Harry) Keating, the late Patricia (Joseohl King and Kathleen Keating. Member ot St. Gabriel's Women's Club: Funeral Tuesday, 1:45 a.m. treat the Mclnerncy Funeral Home, 46th Place and Wallace Street, to St.
Gabriel Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Vislta-' tiot alter p.m. Sunday. In lieu of lidwers, masses are preferred.
Intep mem m. iwanr's. 26D-003. KIPUY See Kunigunda Brack notice. MATT Walter J.
Klatt, age 77. beloved husband of AAartfia A nee Erick-son; loving brother of Theresa Iwick; dear uncle of Rev. Richard (Ann) Iwick of Anderson, Irtd. Resting at Matt Funeral Home, 3440 N. Central Monday, 3 to 9 p.m.
Funeral service Tuesday, June 23, 1 p.m at Nebo Lutheran Church. Menard and Dakin Avenues. Interment Acacia Park. Please omit flow ers. O45-S420.
KRUEGER Clarence A. Krueger, beloved run-band of Edna, nee Polk; dear father dt norjen icarott, icennetn (Max-Ine), Pamela (Larry) Meek and Carol (Tim) Carlisle: fond grandfather of 10; great-grandfather or one; prorner or Hiiaa Ltuemmel, Leroy and the late Raymond. Sprvir. es 1 p.m. Tuesday, June 23, at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 19th and Euclid.
Berwyn. Interment Concordia. Memorials to Good Shepherd Church or your favorite charity appreciated. Visitation Monday, 3 to 9 p.m. at Mulder Memorial Chapel.
6027 Roosevelt Cicero. 652- KUNZLE Joset born In Switzerland, 1908. arrived in America 1927. loving. husband of Anna, nee Hoch; dear tamer ot Loretta (Otto) Dooias, James and June (Raymond) Gavini fond grandfather of 13t son of the late Joset and Philomena; dear brother of Gottfried, Hermann, Ludwig and Alfons, residing in Swit- zertana ana tne tate Mine uat Masoi Maria buiter ana Hedwig untersee, fond son In law of Martha Hoch dear brother In taw of Lorraine (George) Pawelski.
Retired head chef of Phil Johnson's Restaurant in Northbrook, ill. for 40 years. W.W. 1 1 veteran of 96th Division. Funeral Tuesday, 9 a.m.
from the Lawrence Funeral Home, 4800 N. Austin, at Lawrence, to St. Robert Bellarmlne Church for 9:30 a.m. Mass. Inter-' ment Maryhlll Cemetery.
Visitation Monday. 4 to 9:30 p.m. 736-2300. KUZYK Josephine Kuzrtt, nee Bobeck of Hoffman Estates, fond father of Geraldlne Cassidv and Joseph (Marilyn); grandmother of live; sis- rer or aramey ana oeorge BobecK. Resting at the the Ahlgrim and Sons Funeral Home, 330 W.
Golf Schaumburg, from 4 to 9 p.m. on Monday. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., to St. Hubert Church. Mass 10 a.m.
In lieu of flowers, masses will De appreciated, interment St. Adal' oerr lemeiery. dw-omh), LAMBERT Otis D. Lambert, beloved htretnnrf of Dorothy; cherished father of Danny and Anderia, passed away on June 19, 1981. Funeral servies will be held at the Rowland Home for Funerals, 4152 N.
Sheridan Rd. on Tuesday at 1 p.m. Interment uracetano cemetery, visitation Monday, 12 to 9 p.m. 248-1536. UR0Y Douglas Dan M.
LeRoy. age 83, beloved husband of the late Mabel M.i devoted father of Frank (Mary Jean); dear grandfather of Linda; tond brother of the late Florence Luke and victor LeRoy. Resting at the Schmaedeke Funeral Home. 10701 S. Harlem Worth, where services win oe rteto at id a.m., Tuesday, June 23, 1981.
Visitation Monday, 2 to and 7 to 9 p.m. Interment Evergreen Cemetery. 448- ouvu. LEVATO See Gene Con notice. LEWIS See Joseph Altiere notice.
L0PATKIEWICZ John J. Lopatkiewicz, beloved bus-band of Genevieve, nee Serwai loving father ot Bernadine and John J. Jr. (Terri); dear grandfather of Richard, Joseph and Cynthia; fond brother of Frank (Irene); brother In law of Lottie, Stephanie, Frank aerwa, josepn (Lorraine) serwa ana Sophie (Edwin) Daniel; fond uncle of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Wednesday, June 24, 1981, 9 a.m., from Poterek Funeral Home, 573S W.
Fullerton corner of Mango, to St. James Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. interment St. Adalbert Cemetery.
Financial Secv. of Group 391 Polish Union and member ot Club rowiaiu jasio. Please omit flowers. Visitation begins Monday, after P.m. 4J-04UU.
LUTZ Lillian I. Lutz, age 87 of Lansing, formerly of Chicago, loving mother Ralph (Frances); dear grandmother of four grandchildren; great-grandmother of four; fond sister of Thomas and Herbert. Funeral services Tuesday, June 23, 11 a.m., at the Schroeder-Lauer Funeral nome, mage Lansing, ill, Interment Evergreen Park Ceme. terv. Visitation at Chapel Monday, 2:30 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m.
Long time member of the First Mennonite cnurcn ot cnicago. into, 444024. MAGAR0 Adeline Magaro, nee Tarczon, be- fovea wire or tne tate Aioerr; loving mother of Genevieve M. (late Charles G) Kerpec and Dorothy (John) Tesar: dear sister of Mary Kolman. Bruno and Walter Tarczon, Emily Marsiglio and the late Joseph Tarczon; five grandchildren; five oreat-erandchildren.
Funeral Wednesday, June 24, 1981, 9:15 a.m., trom Adott-berwyn t-unerai Home, 2921 S. Harlem Berwyn, to St. Pius Church, Stick-ney for Mass at 10 a.m. Interment Resurrection, riease omit flowers. Masses wouia do appreciarea.
visi tation Monday, 5 to 9 p.m. and Tues-day, I to 9 p.m. MARG0LIS Phyllis S. Margolls, beloved wife of the late Ralph dear mother of Barbara (Fred) Barnes and Donna (Andrew J. Zunsert devoted grandmother of Rov, Ruth and Ralph Barnes, Andrew J.
B. and Donna G. H. Zunser; fond sister of Beatrice Luster and Ellaine Sacks. Services private.
Friends may pay rneir respect ar riser Memorial Chapel, 5206 N. Broadway, Tuesday, 6 lo 9 p.m. Info. 561-4740. MATUSEK Henry Matuselt of Rlverdale, June 20, 1981, husband of Winifred, nee Dykstra; father of Laurence (Sylvia) Matusek and Sharon (Richard) Schneider; brother ot Frank (Kave) Matusek, Helen Mikololzvk and Stella (Chris) Kllesl; grandfather of six.
Funeral Wednesday, 1 p.m., at Brown Funeral Home, 13820 Lincoln Dolton. Interment Cedar Park, isltation Monday, 6 to 10 p.m. and Tuesday, from 2 lo 10 P.m. 849-5450. Me D0N0UGH Robert J.
Mc Donough C.F.D., beloved son of the late John and Nellie, nee Conl6n; dear brother of John, Eileen (Chester) Sucivnski and Elmer (Gen). Member ol Firelighter Local 2, Madonna K.C. and Flags S.A.C. Funeral Wednesday, 9:15 a.m., trom the Mclnerney Funeral Home, 7901 S. Komensky, to St.
Denis Church. Mass 10 a.m. Visitation alter 4 p.m. Monday. Please omit llowers.
Interment Holy Sepulchre. 585-0702. MENGAREILI Dora-L. Mengarelll, nee Rutflnl, beloved wile ol Ihe late Albert O. Mengarelll; dear mother ol Albert (Dorothy), Richard, Anthony (Mildred) and James (Eileen) Mengarelll; eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
Funeral Tuesday, 10:30 a.m., Irom Smith-Corcoran Funeral Home, 6150 U. Cicero lo St. Hilary Church. Mass al 11 a.m. Interment Mount Carmel.
Visitation Monday, from 7 until 10 p.m. 736.3833. MITTERMUUER Kaiherina Mitiermulier. nee Ripple, beloved wile ol Ihe late Joseph: loving mother ot Anna (Frank) Schmidt, Christina (Nick) Wolf. Kaiherina (Frani) Zollner and Maria (John) Klein and Ihe late Jacob (Maodalenal Mlttermulier; devoted grandmother of 28; great, grandmother of 21; grcat.great grandmothet ol three.
Funciai tues day. 9:15 a.m., Irom Plalf Funeral Home, 5001 N. Lincoln lo St. Benedict Church tor Mass at 10 a.m. Inlermenl St.
Joseph Cemetery. Visitation begins Monday, 1 p.m. 728-1700. MIYAMOTO Frank Hiocki Miyamoto, born July 4, 1899, died May 15, 1961. Memorial service will be held June 28, ivm at 2 p.m.
at Devon Avenue Church of Christ, 1630 W. Devon Chicago, III. MLEK0 Soohie Mieko, nee cielowtkl, wile ol the late Frank: loving moliiet of Mary (Horb) Beborstein, Louise (the lale Edwaidi Alen, Wanda the lale Edward) Ucen and the late Frank (Evelvni: eiandmoiher of five 1 great-grandmoltief ol seven. Funeral Tuetdav. June 73.
1981 al 10:30 a.m., Irnm Poterek Funeral Home, 52.S3 Fullerton near Lorliwnod. Interment Ir.inq Park Cen'oteir. Visitation begins at 2 p.m. on Monday. 23' 6400.
Retired newsman Grumich dies f- Elmer P. Schaefer in 1962 Loop lawyer was a president of the Federal Bar Association of Illinois. Loop lawyer Elmer Schaefer dies at age 78 ELMER P. SCHAEFER, former federal referee in bankruptcy court and a Loop lawyer, died Sunday in Evanston Hospital. He was 78.
Mr. Schaefer, of Winnetka, was named to the federal post in 1962. He also served as chief counsel for the Federal National Mortgage Association. Mr. Schaefer is a former president of the Federal Bar Association of Illinois.
He later went into private practice with the firm of Russell and Bridewell, 135 S. La Salle St. Survivors include his wife, Marion, also FOR ONE OF his stories, a jailbreak in Kansas, his prime source was a former AP copy boy who was in jail for bank robbery and had overheard plans for the breakout. He was transferred to New York in 1935 to take over as sports feature editor and eventually became night city editor. He covered World War II in India and Burma from 1943 to 1946 and.
covered postwar uprisings in Indonesia and Indochina before heading the AP's United Nations staff for four years. He retired in 1971. He is survived by his wife, Louise. NEW YORK (AP) Charles A. Grumich, an Associated Press newsman for 43 years, died of a heart attack at his home here early Sunday.
He was 76. Grumich started his AP career as a $13-a-week copy boy in 1928 in Missouri and worked his way up to become the AP's legislative correspondent in Jefferson City, Mo. As a reporter in the Midwest, he covered the capture of Red Burke, alleged machine-gunner in the St. Valentine's Day massacre in Chicago in 1929, and the death of football coach Knute Rockne in a plane crash in Kansas in 1931. lawyer; two sons, Elmer, a professor at the College of William and Mary, and Philip, a lawyer in New York; a daughter, Marion Hockin; a brother, Walter, a former Illinois Supreme Court Justice; and five grandchildren.
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I VI4V0, In Memoriom ROGERS Emily H. Rogers, 5-14-1980 Happy Birthday. Love you dear sister. Your Sister Annie Death notices AIM Elmer C. Aim, beloved father ot Thomas (Gladys) and Richard (Ann) Aim; grandfather of eight; great-grandfather of five; dear brother of Alfred, Beatrice (Grant) Lewis and Elizabeth Roth.
Visitation Monday, 2 to 10 p.m. Funeral service Tuesday, 11 a.m., from the Halllnan Funeral Home. 2601 W. Vermont Blue Island. Masonic services Monday, 8 p.m.
under the auspices of Kenwood Lodge No. 800 A.F. 8, A.M. Member of Blue Island Chapter 203 R.A.M., Imperial Woodlawn Council No. 85 R.
S.M. and Mipah Commandery No. 53 K.T. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens South Cemetery. 385-0850.
ALTIERE Joseph Alliere, loving son of James "Red" and Gertrude, nee De-Leonardis; dear brother of Dominic (Elaine), Concetta (Robert) Lewis and Lucille (Mario) Partipllo; fond uncle ol Joseph Cherise and Oenise. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a.m., from the Granala and Muti's Galewood Funeral Chapels, 185? N. Harlem to St. Vincent Ferrer Church. Mass 10 a.m.
Interment Queen of Heaven. Please omit flowers. Visitation Monday, 3 to 10 p.m. and Tuesday, noon to 10 p.m. 889-1700.
APP0UT0 Nick J. Appollto C.P.D-, beloved husband of Ann, nee DiPietra; dear father of Carole (John) Panagakos; fond grandfather of three; devoted brother of Ralph (Mollie), Carmeila (Tony) Oliver, Genevieve and Ben (Helen). Funeral Tuesday, a.m., from Granata-Mull Galewood Chapels, John P. Kringas Funeral Director, 1857 N. Harlem to Our Lady Mother of the Church for 10 a.m.
Mass. Interment Mount Car-mcl. Visitation starts Monday, after 2 P.m. 889-1700 Or AU? 8600. BAKER Ruth D.
Baker, nee Taubc, age 73 of St. Petersborg, formerly of Chicago, beloved wile of Edmund and the late Herman Barfknecht; dear mother of Edward Barlt and Thomas Bartl; grandmother of Russell, Thonias Amy and Darrell. Funeral service Tuesday, 10 a.m., at the Brusl Funeral Home, 135 S. Main Lombard, Visitation Monday, 2 to 10 P.m. Interment Acacia Park.
In lieu of (lowers, memorials lo the Heart Fund or to the American Lung Association. 629-0094. BAKER Mabel E. Baker, beloved wife of the late Robert loving mother of Warren J. and Clyde lord grandmother of lour: gnat-grandmother of one.
Services Wednesday, June 24, I p.m. at Matr Funeral Home, 3440 N. Central Ave. Inter, menl ftidgewood Cemetery. Visitation Monday and Tuesday.
2 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to The Cancor Fund appreciated. 545-5420. BENJAMIN William A.
Benlamln ol Wc-slern Springs, beloved husband of Joan 8., ncc Krauscr loving father of Christopher, Adriennv I Dennis) O'Toole, Lawrence. Lvdia and Suzanne. Funeral Wednesday, June 74, 9: is a m. Irom Johnson Funeral Home, 3845-4 Prairie Brook-Held, lo St, John of In? Cross Church, Western Springs. Mats 10 a Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery.
Visitation Monday and Tuesday, 2 to 9 m. In lieu ol How ers, memorials to the American Hcdil Assn. or masses appreciated. 485-0714. HRADEK Louis F.
Hradek 5r. of Maywood, beloved husband of the late Anna, nee Puschman; dear father of Louis P. and Wesley (Lillian); brother of Julia Mertz and the late Frank. Rose Slack and Mary Bosley; four grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Funeral Tuesday, June 23, at 9 a.m.
from the Joseph Nosek and Sons Funeral Home 6716-18 W. 16th corner of Euclid, Berwyn, to St. Mary of Ceile Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment St.
Adalbert. Visitation 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday, JACKSON Mariorle Hewes Jackson, beloved wile of the late John; loving aunt of Lewis J. and Robert Hewes, Patricia Ingels, Henry F.
and Alden H. Wood; many grand-nieces and nephews. Member of Oak Park Nakoma Club. Visitation Monday, 1 to 5 p.m. at Postiewalt Village Chapel, 523 Lake Oak Park, where services will be held Tuesday, 1:30 p.m.
Memorials in lieu of flowers to American Cancer Society. Interment AAount Emblem. 383-4141. JAR0SZ Mary Jarosi, nee Dreal, beloved wife of the late Victor; loving mother of Bernice (Matthew) Tokare. Thaddeus (Dolores), Adeline (George) Lewandowskl and Edward; devoted grandmother of 22; great-grandmother of 20.
Funeral Tuesday, June 23, at 9 a.m., from Colonial Funeral Home, 6250 N. Milwaukee, to St. Hedwig Church. Interment St. Adalbert.
Visitation begins 5 p.m., Sunday. 7740366. JONES Ethel Frances Jones of 5124 S. Michigan Chicago, June 19, 1981, beloved wile of the late Jessie Jones; She leaves to cherish her memory several cousins, other relatives and many, many friends. Memorial services for Ethel at the beautiful Stonecrest Funeral Home, 2122 W.
79th Wednesday, June 24, 1981, 7 p.m. In lieu ol flowers, contributions may be made to The Chicago Heart Association, 22 W. Madison Chicano, In memory of Elhel Jones. SJ-2dl. KAIN Josephine Kain.
nee Kamlnskt, loving wife of the late Raymond Kain; dnar mother ol Marlon (Leonard) Smith and Burton (Mary Beih) Kain; grandmother of Corey Smith; fond sister of Frances Nering and the late John, Joseph, Julius. Margaret and Pauline. Funeral services Wpdnefcdav. 9:30 a.m., from Thris Funeral Home, 3SI7-27 N. Pulaski to SI.
Viator Church. Mass 10 a m. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery. In lieu of llowers.
donations for Masses would be appreciated. Visitation alter 3 p.m. Tuesday. 463-SlWO KAMINSKI Michael Kaminskl, beloved husband, father and grandfather. Visitation at Malec and Sons Funeral Home.
6000 N. Milwaukee Monday Irom I unlil pm. Joint lerewell servlc cs Monday, 7:30 p.m. Requiem Mass on Saturday, June 27, 5 p.m., at Jesuit Chapel, 1 1 05 N. Avert Ave.
Inlermenl Poland. 774-4100. KARAGIANNES Sec Mary Cairo notice. KAY Helcne Kav, suddenly, June 20, loving mother, relative and Iriend ol many. Funeral service Tuesday, June 23, II a.m., ai Drake aid Son Funeral Home, 5.103 N.
Ave. interment at Elm lawn Visitation at time ol se vice only. In lieu ol flnwfs, momoi tls to the Anti-Crucllv Society would .1 eooreclalod. HIMt. BERRY Bertram! "Bert" Berry, June 20, age 90, late of Glenwood, formerly of South Shore, beloved husband of Olive; dear father ot Eileen (Anthony) Formosa of Exeter, grandfather of Eileen (Jerry) Nietupski, Kathleen Thompson, Patricia (Chris) Krupnich, James (Virginia) Jacobson, Richard (Patricia) and Robert (Luellvn) Thompson; great-grandfather of nine.
Resting at the Tews Funeral Home, 18230 Dixie after 7 p.m. Monday. For time of funeral please call SY 9-5300. BLAKE Kaiherlne F. Blake of Glen Ellyn, formerly of Chicago, aunt of Carol (Don Jr.) Ameche; sister in law of Joseph Olsen.
Visitation Monday, 4 to 10 p.m., at the Leonard Memorial Home, 565 Duane Glen Ellvn. Funeral Mass Tuesday, 10 a.m., at St. Petronllle Church, Glen Ellvn. Interment Mount Carmel Cemetery. 409-0032.
BLOUNT Lauren T. Blount of Palos Park, beloved husband of Dorothy, nee Grange; dear father of Barbara Ziek, Douglass and Alan; grandfather of Alessandra and David Ziek; brother of Betsie Joedicker; cousin of Lydia Blount. Memorial services to be held at a later dale. B0LGER James B. Bolger, beloved son of the late Daniel and Thresa; lovln? brother of Rita (John) Schecael.
Catherine (John) Cannon, Daniel (Belle), Joseph (Vivian), Richard and the late William; uncle of many nieces and nephews. Member of Local 73 Sheet Metal Workers. Funeral Wednesday, 10:15 a.m.. from the Midway Funeral Home, 5948 Archer corner ot Malor, to St. Jane de Chantal Church for 11 a.m.
Mass. Interment St, Mary Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday, 3 lo 9 p.m. Info. 767-8807.
BOYLE Margaret M. Boyle, beloved daughter of the late Patrick J. and Rose, nee Wilson; loving sister of James W. (Helen) of Las Vegas, Nev. and the late Ellmbcth Lammens and Catherine Ekclman; tond aunt of many nieces and nephews, Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., from Pfaff Funeral Home, 5001 N.
Lincoln to Queen of Angels Church lor Mass at to a.m. Inlermenl Soring Lake Cemetery, Aurora, Ml. Visitation be gins Tuesday, i p.m. 720-1700. BRACH Kumtjunda Brach.
beloved wife of the lale Robert E. dearest mother of Doris B. (Lorenl Kipley and Roryrt (Lois) Brach Jr. dear grandmother of four; great-grandmother of four: fond sister of jorm G. (Alma) Forstcr and the late Helen Brown.
Westing at Lutheran Home and Service for the Aged Chat-el, B00 w. Oakton Ar-hmunn Heights, from 4 to 9 p.m. Monitor, where funeral services wilt be held 10 a.m. Tuesday, interment St. Lucas Cemetery, in lieu of flowers, memorials to the Lutheran Home appreciated.
253 0168. BRIERiY Ann Margaret Brlerly, la of Glen coe, formerly of Glenview, suddenly June beloved daughter of Carol bnerly Goiin and Milton Gohn; loving inter ot Amy Eliahtih and John Travers Brierly. Vitiation Tut Sclav. 5 to 9 at tho wm Scon Funeral Homo, 1 100 GrPrMoaf Wilmette, where services will ha hrid Wdnr-vjar. II a.m.
Inlermenl prtt. JM BRUSCAT0 Sec- Gaeiano "Fiddles" Polilo notice 01 PIETRA See Nick J. APpoiito notice. DORFMAN Mary Dorfman, nee Becker, beloved wife of William; loving mother of Andrea (Bryan) Fenwick and Steven (De lores); devoted grandmother of Scott and Kelly Fenwick; dear sister of Max, Louis and Sam Becker. Services and Interment private.
Info. Piser Memorial Chapel 338-2300. D0RHAM Ella Dorham, wlf? of Walter Dor ham mother of Lori and Ricky; step-mother of Walter Jr. (Barbara) and Delores Baker; sister of Grace (Sylvester) McNeal. Wake 1 p.m.
Monday, June 22, followed by funeral services Monday, 2 p.m., at A.R. Leak Funeral Home, 7838 S. Cottage Grove. EHRLICH Ethel Kalischer ehrlich. beloved wife of the late Abraham loving mother of M.
Patricia (Samuel) Grober, Lee D. (Shirley), Robert and Daniel Ehrlich; sister of the late Mark D. Kalischer; grandmother of Susan Stone, David Grober, Richard, -Keith, Stacy and Neil Ehrlich. Services and interment private. Please omit flowers.
Info. Piser Memorial Chapel, 679-4740. EKMAN Heiga Ekman, June 20, 1981, beloved wife of Thorsten; dear sister of Helen (Knute) Duzcl, Axel (the late Vivian) Gidlof and the late Hedda Olson and Harry Gidlof; also survived by nieces and nephews. Funeral services Tuesday, 2:30 p.m., at Nelson Funeral Chapel, 5149-51 N. Ashland at Foster.
Interment private. Kindly omit flowers. Visitation after 3 p.m. Monday. 5615147.
FRATTO See Gene Cox notice. FRIDELL Jamus E. ridel I of Des Plaines, beloved husband of Loretta nee Hodlna; dear father ot Robert J. (Joyce), Thomas John E. Frldcll, Margaret M.
(Sidney) Schneider and Kathy M. (Robert) Whittaker; five grandchildren. Visi-' tation Monday, 3 to 9 p.m., at Oehlcr Funeral Home, Lee at Perry Streets, Des Plaines. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., from chapel, to St. Stephen Church.
Mass 10 a.m. in lieu of flowers, contributions to Les Turner Amio Trooichic Lateral Sclorosls Foundation, P.O. Box 2H2, Northbrook, III. 60063 appreciated. 824-5155.
GORDON Gertrude Margaret Gordon, beloved wife of lh? late Dr. George Gotdon; loving mother of Helen Eileen Gordon and jay R. (Trudi) Gordon; dear grandmother of Sandv (Joseph) McKeever and Patrick Gordon; great-grandmother of Michelle McKeever; fond sister of Helen Thompson. Funeral Tuesday. 9-15 a.m., from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 10456 S.
Western to St, Walter Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Visitation after 2 pm. Monday, in lieu of flowers, donations lo the Shady Oaks Camp (or Cerebral Palsy Children would be appreciated.
735-4242. GRATT0 Sec Gene Cox notice. GREENE bhiriev Greene, beloved daughter of the late Blanche and Arthur Greene; tond sitter ol Jam? i DanlH) Michel. Private family services, No visitation. GRUHLKE See Kenneth 5 Cotlinvham notice.
BUITER Herman P. Buiter, beloved husband of Madge, nee Wilkinson; loving father of Raymond (Dorothy); dear grandfather ot three; fond brother of Jennie Paulv, Monno (Alice) Buitter and Jane Buiter. Funeral service Tuesday, 1 p.m., at Ridge Funeral Home, 6620 W. Archer corner ol Natoma. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens South Cemetery.
Visitation Monday, 2 p.m. to p.m. 5K6-7900. CAIRO Mary Cairo, nee Karagiannes, beloved wife of the late Eugene; dear mother of Robert; fond sister of Katherine (the late James) Slama-takos, Louis (Bettv) Karaglannes, William (Marvann) Karagiannes and John (Lydia) Karagiannes; many nieces and nephews. Funeral Wednesday, 10 a.m., from Granata-Mutf Galewood Chapels, John P.
Kringas Director, 1857 N. Harlem Ave. i to Holy Trinity Church for a.m. services. Interment Elmwood.
Visitation Tuesday, after 2 p.m. 889-1700 or AU7-6600. CALLAGHAN Mary A. Callaghan, beloved wife of the late Patrick loving mother of Mary McGurk, Joseph, Catherine Zcledon, Patrick, Theresa Sadler and the late Matthewi devoted grandmother of nine; great-grand mother ot 11. At Kenny Brothers, 3600 W.
95th Sunday, after 2 p.m. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., to St. Thomas More Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre.
239-3600. CERMAK bue Elmer R. Schwinn notice. C0BEY Fred C. Cobey, age 91 of Lemont, June 21, 1981.
beloved husband of the late Cora, nee Ott; dear brother of Anna Hammond. 50-vear member of the Oriental Masonic Lodge No. 33 A.F. A.M. Funeral services Tuesday, June 23, al 1 p.m., at Markiewlcz Funeral Home, 108 Illinois Lemont.
Interment Fair-mount Hills Cemetery, Willow Springs. Visitation Monday, 3 to 9 P.m. 257-6363. C0TT1NGHAM Kenneth S. Cottingham, beloved husband of Viola; loving father of Evelyn (the late Elmer) Gruhlkc and John K.
(Ann) Cotingham; fond grandfather ot six; dear brother ot Paul and Pav and the late Edith Pafch, Visitation Monday, 7 to 9 p.m. at Postiewalt Village Chaoe), 533 Lake Oak Park where services will bo hold Tuesday. 11 a.m. Memorials In lieu of flowers to American Diabetes Assn. Interment private.
383-4141. COX Geno Con, beloved husband of the laic Josephine, nee Galto: dear father ot Carol (Vince) Fratto and Peggy (Ralph) Levato; dear grandfather of Richard and Anthony. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a from Oalcamo Funeral Home, 470 26h to All Sainls-St. Anthonv Church. Mass 9:30 Interment Holy Sepulchre.
Visitation Monday, 5 to 9:30 m. and Tuesday, I to 9:30 p.m. Please omit flwoers. VI2-86111, DE LE0NARDIS See Joseph Alliere.tiohce. DRLADI0 Mary A.
Conway Delladlo, dearly beloved wife ot William J. Delladto; devoted mother ot William T. (Carol), Michael (Virginia), John lihirlev) and Mary Ann (Gerry? Rortllng, loving grandmother of seven Visitation Sunday, 5 to 10 m. and Monday, 2 to 10 m. Funeral TursiJay, 0:45 am, from the Shet-hv Funeral Home, 1077 S.
PuiasM lo Most Holy Rcili'frner ChurcH fVaM 9:30 a.m. interment $1 Maty Cemetery, ST3 7700 Of 857-788..
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