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' s r e"e" - " ' e or "" n o ff v ft t ""ttt t" a" f" 10 Section 2 Chicago Tribune, Friday, April 26, 1985 lA'manac Obituaries Matchmaker Clara Lane, cupid's longtime partner Benjamin Barber, 39, Tribune Co. manager .... ....-- ., . .T" In 1984, David Kennedy, 28-year-old son of the late Robert Kennedy, was found dead Of a drug overdose. On April 26, 1607, Capt. 'John Smith landed at Cape Jlenry, Va., with the colonists who would establish the first permanent settlement in America. ;". In 1785, naturalist and artist John Audubon was born in Haiti. In 1865, Abraham Lincoln's assassin, John Wilkes Booth, died after "being surrounded by federal troops on a farm near Bowling Green, Va. Whether he committed suicide or was shot by the troops was never determined. In 1945, Bremen, Germany, fell to British forces during World War II. . In 1954, 900,000 American children were scheduled to receive the Salk antipolio vaccine. In 1962, the first international satellite, an American-British venture, was launched from Cape Canaveral, Fla. In 1964, the African nations of Tanganyika and Zanzibar announced that they had joined to form Tanzania. ,.. In 1971, a White House commission recommended that China join the United Nations, with Nationalist China retaining its member ship. : In 1980, militants who took over the U.S. Embassy in Tehran announced that they had dispersed the American Hostages to foil another res cue attempt. LOS ANGELES AP Clara Lane, an old-style matchmaker who claimed she brought together more than 25,000 couples before the advent of computer dating, has died at age 85. The self-styled "merchant of loneliness" died Monday in a Glen-dale hospital. At one time, her ads ran in hundreds of newspapers across the nation. They trumpeted, "You Don't Have to Spend Another Weekend Alone!" Many who paid her $350 fee never did again. "I had a restaurant in New York and read tea leaves," she told the Los Angeles Times in 1958. "I was amazed how many people were lonely." She began to introduce her customers to one another and soon realized there was more money in selling love. , She opened the first of her pioneering Friendship Centers in New York in the late 1930s, and they spread across the country. At their height, there were 22 centers with 10,000 members nationwide. At her death, there was only one left. She recently completed her autobiography, tentatively titled "Cupid Was My Business." Her biographer, Margaret West, said Miss Lane believed computer dating was an improvement over her own service and had probably contributed to the decline in Friendship Centers. t & Most of her callers were men seeking to fill lonely weekends, and while she never made marriage a condition of her service, she maintained that she "didn't run no meat market." Beyond the $350 fee required t ) join her social clubs and receive Yoichi Okamoto, 69, LBJ's White House photographer WASHINGTON AP Yoichi Okamoto, who was White House photographer for President Lyndon Johnson, has died at 69. Mr. Okamoto, who died Wednesday in his home in suburban Bethesda, Md., was a photographer on the staff of Gen. Mark Clark in Europe in World War II. He became a photographer with the U.S. Information Agency after the war. When Lyndon B. Johnson, then vice president, made a trip to Germany and the Berlin Wall, he asked the agency for a photogra- Clara Lane in 1977 her match-up letters, $250 was charged if the introduction ended in marriage. She estimated that half her patrons eventually paid the extra fee. pher and Mr. Okamoto was assigned. The two hit it off and Johnson asked for him on succeeding foreign trips. When he became president, Johnson summoned Mr. Okamoto to be his official photographer. After Johnson's White House years, Mr. Okamoto operated Image Inc., a Washington photo-finishing firm. Survivors include his wife, Paula; a daughter, Karin, of Washington; and a son, Philip, of Greenville, S.C. ;'S - ' A " J!. Yoichi Okamoto in 1964 Chicago police Lt. William J. Power, 51 Lt. William J. Power, 51, a member of the Chicago police force for 29 years, was watch commander of the Wood Street District. Last year, he received a department commendation for rescuing a hostage held at gunpoint in a building at Chicago and Wolcott Avenues. Mass for Lt. Power, of the Southwest Side, will be at 9:30 a.m. Friday in St. Symphorosa Catholic Church, 6135 S. Austin Ave. He died at home Tuesday of a heart Benjamin G. Barber, 39, director of facilities management for. Tribune Company, was also responsible for the supply of newsprint for its newspapers. Services for Mr. Barber, a resident of Barrington, will be held in Benton, Ark., on Monday, and a memorial service will be . held in Chicago at a future date. He died Thursday in St. Joseph Hospital. "Ben was a versatile manager," said John W. Madigan, executive vice president of Tribune Company. "He was an extremely energetic, dedicated and well-liked person." Mr. Barber, who was born in Little Rock, graduated from Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Ark., and received a master's degree in safety from the University of Wisconsin at Whitewater. He worked for 10 years for Baxter Travenol Laboratories, starting as a quality control supervisor .there in 1967 and becoming the firm's corporate administrator for safety, health and security before joining Tribune Company in 1977. For his first three years at Tribune Company, he was responsible for corporatewide safety and loss , prevention. He then was given the responsibility for facilities management. He provided engineering and technical guidance on projects such as moving the presses out of , the New York Daily News Building and conversion to offices. He also i ir attack. Survivors include his wife, Mary; a son, William; two daughters, Loretta and Eileen; a brother, Sgt. Francis, also a member of the Chicago police force; and a sister, Mary Kay Davis. Benjamin G. Barber was responsible for corporate purchases of newsprint from Tribune-owned companies and from outside sources. "When he was handed an assignment, he completed it," said Scott Smith, Tribune Company vice president and controller. "He got things done." Survivors include his wife, Sharon; a daughter, Tammie; his parents, Graham and Mildred; two brothers, David and Mack; and a sister, Nancy. Richard Haydn; British actor had key 'Sound of Music' role LOS ANGELES UPIJ Richard Haydn, a British character actor with a distinctive nasal voice who played the impressario in "Sound of Music," was found dead Thursday at his home in Pacific Palisades, coroner's officials said. He was 80. The cause of death was not immediately known, coroner's spokesman Bill Gold said. Mr. Haydn, born in England in 1905, was a British revue comic before coming to Hollywood, where he established his skill at prissy, eccentric roles. His first films were "Ball of Fire" and "Charlie's Aunt" in 1941, and he first gained recognition by American movie buffs as the nosy neighbor in "Sitting Pretty." In the musical hit "Sound of Music" he played the impressario and agent who put together the Trapp family's final show. Charity Announcements WHERE THERE'S A WILL, . . THERE'S A WAY . v . lo Injurs your wishes win be honored after you die. 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Ridgewood Cemetery Des Plaines graves, section 14, J300 each $50 translet tee. 530-7088 In Memoriom PICKELl Earl Plckell April 26, 1892. Happy Birthday precious husband. wonderful memories of this date. Together forever. Love 1 kisses Wife, Gertrude. Death notices AUERBACH Isabella C. Auerbach, nee Goodman, beloved wife of Bernard; loving daughter of the tate Sidney and Rebecca Goodman; daughter-in-law of Sarah and the tate David Auerbach; devoted mother of Natalie (Peter) Miller and Carol (James) Herman; fond grandmother of Jason, Matthew and Sarah Miller, and Adam, Dawn and Heather Herman; dear sister of Elaine (Dr. Herbert) Welssman and Carolyn (Edwin) Ralner. Service Friday 10 a.m. at Piaec-Welne-taln Manorah Chapal, 9200 SKokle Blvd., Sttokle. Interment Shalom Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at the chapel Thursday evening 7 to 9 P.m. In lieu of flowers the fam v reauests contributions to Isabelle Auerbach Cancer Detection Fund, co Dept. of Nuclear Medicine, MfchaeJ Reese Hospital, will be appreciated. 679-4740. BARTHULE Russell T. Bsrthule, age 38, of Round Lake, IL.. beloved husband of Darlene, nee Martin; dear father of Eric and Jason; fond brother of Kevin (Linda), John (Barbara) and Debra (Daniel) Gundelach; loving son of Alexander and Harriett "Mlckl". Funeral service 12 noon Saturday at The MacGlllle Funeral Home, 222 North Rosedale Ct., Round Lake, IL., with Rev. Arthur V. Martin, officiating. Visitation S to p.m. Friday. 546-3300. BENNETT Esther M. "Party" Bennett, of LaGrange, wife of the late Alvin J.i passed awav, April 23, 1985. Memorial Service 2 p.m. Monday, April 29, in the chapel of the Beatitudes, First Congregational Church, 100 S. 6th Ave., LaGrange. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be given to Heart Assn. 352-1298. BISCH0FF Walter P. Blschoff, fond brother of Irvln, Emma (Robert) Stewart and the late Paul, Elsie, Elmer and Harry; brother-in-law of Ruth. Visi tation Friday 3 to 9 p.m. at Peter-eon Funeral Home, 6938 W. North Ave. Service Saturday 11 a.m. In terment Acacia Park. 637-4441 BLAZQUEZ t-rank a. ANDERSON Archie L. ANderson, beloved isss husband of Haiel; also sur-V vlved by several nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends. Visitation Friday, April 26, 3 to 9 p.m., at Olaon Funeral Home, 6467-77 N. Northwest Hwv. Funeral Saturday, 11 a.m., at Edison Park Lutheran Church, Avondale and Oliphant Avenues. Interment Acacia Park. President of DeLlsa Literary Society, Treasurer of Sons of Norway Torske Klub and American Scandinavian Assn. of Illinois. Financial Secretary of Trolihaugen S.O.N. Lodge. Past President of Norwegian National League. Docent In the Pioneer Village at Chicago Historical Society and WW II Veteran. Knighted by King Olav of Norway 1976, Knights Cross First Class Roval Order of St. Olav. Former employee of Greyhound Corp. Memorials may be olven to Lutheran Dav Nurseiv, Bethesda Home for the Aged or Emon pant Lutneran inurcn. 4 3333. ARMENALI Joieph Armenall. beloved husband of Ann M., nee Cornell; loving tamer or jo Ann j. (Mark) weg man; devoted grandfather of Al lison Wegman; fond brother of the late Jennie and Victor. Service Sat urday, 10:30 a.m., at Plan Funeral Home, 5001 N. Lincoln Ave. Inter, ment All Saints Cemetery. Visitation Friday, 3 lo 9 p.m. 728-1700. ARUT0FF Martin Arutolf, age 92; dear father of Thomas (Alice) Arutoff; also survived by five grander) drem seven great-grandchildren and the Laiarlan family of Gary, Indiana. Funeral service Saturday. 9:30 a.m. at the Colonial Chapel, Edward Koraoian r-uneret noma, 313-455- Reach all ofyoui friends with a "Card of Thanks" notice. Call 222-2222. CALANDRIELL0 Angela Rosa Calandrlello, nee D'Aiessio; loving mother of John (Antoinette) Calandriello; dearest ranomotner ot Angela (John) Plzil, Joseph and Anthony Calatv rie 10; great-grandmother of Angela Christine Plziii fond sister of Rose Di Bella. Funeral Saturday, 45 a.m., from Blake-Lamb Funer al Horn, 4727 W. 103rd St., Oak Lawn, to St. Germalne Church, Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. Visitation Thursday 6 to 10 p.m. and Friday 3 to lu p.m. For public transportation information call 636-1193 or Chicago 735-4242. Blazquez, beloved nusoana or bioria; loving father of Frank (Louise) and Arthur (Margaret) Blaiouez, Alma (Robert) Jacobson and Letvsva Blazquez; fond grandfather of Na-fane: dear son of Maria N. Blazquez; loval brother of Arthur Blazquez. Visitation at Lakevlew Chapel, 1458 W. Belmont, Friday 4 to v p.m. r-unerai Mass v:ju a.m. Saturday at Holv Tfinitv Church. Interment local cemetery. 472-6300 B0CCHIERI carme v Bocch erl, beloved nus- band of Carme la; dear father of Samuel (Maureen) and Frank; fond orandfather of Kathv, Bob and Billy; dear brother of Celestina, of Ragusa, Italy. Funeral Saturday 9 a.m. from Matt Funeral Homo, 3440 N. Central Ave., to St. Ferdinand Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. fen tombment St. Joseph. Visitation 2 to 9 P.m. Friday 545-5420. BORCHARDT nsa Raymond Borchardt, Vet EsSWVVll, beloved husband of r Margaret, nee O'Suilivanj loving father of Patricio (Jeffrey) t-noraior, juav ivincemj avetiei, Donald and Gerald (Connie); fond grandfather of Sharon, Lisa, Keith and Courtney. Visitation Friday, 2 to 10 p.m.. at Huraan Funaral Home, Roosevelt and Mannheim Roads, Hillside, where service will be held Saturday. 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Diabetes Assn. En tombment uueen of Heaven. 547 BfUU. BRENNAN Marie E. Brennan. Aorlt 23, aoe 88, late of Floss moor, wife of the late Thomas J.i dear mother ot Rhea (Robert) Fries, Lorita (Frank) O'Graov and Jeanne (Jack) car- ron; tono grandmother of 14; great' grandmother of ninei sister of Thomas A, Euan ot California. Fu neral Mass was held Thursday at intent Jesus ot Prague Church, Flossmoor, followed by Interment in hoiv sepulchre cemetery. BRUNO Natalie M. Bruno of Warrenvitle. loving niece of Anna Gilbert, Frank wvciesany and Nora Pasauaz. Fu. neral service Friday, 2 p.m., at the Leonaro Memorial Home, Ltd 3S532 Batavla Rd., Warrenvllle. In terment Assumption Cemetery, wintieio. into. 393-9449. CAIN Robert R. Cain, beloved husband of Anna cam; tainer ot Rov Beatv, grandfather of Heather Lynn and R.J. Beatv. Member of Zenith Pio neer uuo. visiraiion f-naav, 2 to p.m. Services Saturday. 9:30 a n at 8a-Tltxemann Funeral Home, 9568 Belmont Ave. Franklin Park. Mass 10 a.m. at St. Maria Gorettl Cuurch. Interment St. Joseph Cem etery. 6g-lVMJ. COLLINS Margaret T. Collins, nee Staunton, beloved wife of the late Carl W. Telchman and the late Clarence M. Collins; fond mother of Carls Richard Gray, Carl (Laurel , Carol and Colleen Telchman and Chris Collins; loving sister ot Mary Marlon", William (Kathleen) and John, CPD., and the late Thomas (Moreen); grandmothher of Richard P.; devoted daughter of the late William and Mary, nee Flanagan; aunt and grand aunt ot many nieces and nephews. Funeral Saturday, 9:15 a.m. from Gibbon Funeral Home, 5917 w. Irving Park to St. Edmund Church, Oak Park. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven. Visitation Friday, 3 to 10 p.m. Please omit flowers. 777-3944. COLLINS Mabel A. Collins, loving aunt of Daniel Hellman; beloved cousin of Marian Carlstedt and dear friend of Alice Olhs. Resting at the Patter-eon Funeral Home, 1118 W. Lawrence Ave., Elton Anderson, Dlreo ior, rrom iu a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday. Funeral Service 11 a.m. Saturday. Interment Ridgewood cemetery. Ml -3014 CONNER Rita M. Conner, nee uawier. De- loved wife ot the lata Norval R Conner: levlm mother of Gregory L., Terrence C Patrick M. and the late Norval Conner; loving niece of Joseph P. O'Connell; dear cousin af Ei.ine Rvan. Visitation Friday only, 3 to to p.m. Funeral Saturday, s:4S a.m. from the Mclnemey Fu-ml Home. 7901 S. KomensKV to St. Barnabas Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. i-0'DZ C0RSI Thomas H. cors I. ot Peoria, IL, former Sales Manager of Fergus poro, SKoMe, il, survivors, wire, Henrietta Nlebur Corel; son. Char. les T. Corel of Bolllngbroolc; two grandsons; sister, Marearlte (John) Barton of Des Plaines and mother, Julia Corel of Des Plaines. Services 2 p.m. Saturday, at mraurrwnni mwvww wimfmu Peoria, IL. Visitation 11 a.m to 2 p.m. Saturday. Memorials may be made to the Redeemer Lutheran Church, Peoria or the American cancer society. 309-637-4447. CREEVY Christopher G. Creew. suddenly. April 24th, age 13, darling son of Peter V. and Patricia Clegg Creew; loving brother of Brian and Michael; dear grandson of Richard and Carolyn Corcoran Creew and josepn and Patricia Mitchell Clegg; great-grandson of Ruth Fry, Funeral Saturday 10 a.m., from Oonnellen Funeral Home, 10S25 S. Western Ave., to St. Barnabas Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment noiy sepuicnre. visitation Friday to 9 P.m. BE8-0075. CULLERT0N Thomas P. Cu erton, of Ch caoo IL., beloved husband of the late Margaret M., nee Garrltyj dear tamer ot t nomas e. (Kathleen) Edward P Margaret M.( Maureen and Eiten m. (Mike Radak brother of William Culierton, Marl Abraham and the late Nellie Culler-ton, James Culierton and Jane Llebich; grandfather of nine. Fu neral Saturday, April 27 at 9:30 a.m. from the Joseph Nose and ona runerai nome, eio-te w. 16th St. i corner of Euclid, Berwvn to St. Leonard Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Calvary. In lieu of flowers, mass Intentions preferred. Visitation 4 to 9 p.m. Friday. CURTIN Mary J. Curl In, beloved wife of Thomas J.i loving mother of Sr. Mary Bernard H.P.B.. Thomas J. Jr. (Mary Louise) and the late Michael J. Curtin; dear grandmother of three, Funeral Saturday, April 27, 9 a.m. from RyetvPertte Funeral Homo, 120 S. Northwest Hwv., Park Ridge, to St. Paul of the Cross Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Joseph. Visitation 2 to 9 P.m. Friday. DEAN Frances Dean, nee Jastreremstd, beloved wile of the late Andrew J.; dear mother of Dorothy (Earl) Zlerfuss and Shirley (Thomas) Mulcahy; fond grandmother of Linda (Gregory) Wlntciak, Randall (Nancy) and William Zlerfuss and Kim and Kristlne Mulcahy and Karen (Richard) Gomes; great-grandmother of five; sister of Theresa (Florlan) WaslelewsM, at (termer Funeral Home, 3653-59 runenon we. runerai aaruroav, April 27, 9:30 a.m., to Our Lady of Grace Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Adalbert. Visitation Friday 3 to 9 p.m. 235-1815. DEIN Rudolf Dein, beloved husband of Kathrvn. nee Borsch. : lovina father of Shirley (Hugo) Klefhaber, Carole (Richard) Lelder, dear grandfather ot seven; fond brother of Lit 1 1 Laufer, Funeral Service Saturday, 12 Noon at Kolbua Funeral Home, 6841-57 W. Higglns Ave. Interment Union Ridge Cemetery. Visitation Friday 2 to 9 p.m. In lieu ot flowers, donations to the Cancer Society would be appreciated.- 774-3232. D0MERACKI Frances Domerackl, nee Bolan, of Mt. Prospect, beloved wife of the tate Jerome; -loving mother of Gerald (Janice) and Glenn (Carol) Domerackl; four grandchildren; dear sister of Chester and Peter Bolan and Clara Romzo. Visitation Friday 3 until 9 p.m. at Lauterbuig t Dehter Funeral Home, 20O0 E Northwest Hwv., Arlington Heights. Funeral Saturday 11:30 a.m. from chapel, to St. Raymond Church, Mt. Prospect. Mass 12 noon. Interment St. Adalbert Ceme tery, omit flowers, Masses pre ferred. 253-5423. EMERY Elaine H. Emery of Western Springs, wife William R.i mother of Jane L. and Robert M. Visitation Friday, 7 to 9 p.m., at Marker Funerel Home, Hlllgrove and Franklin, Western Springs. Funeral service Saturday, 10 a.m. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens West. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Ethan Allen Payne Lung Cancer Fund, Presbyterian St. Lukes Hospital, 1753 W. Congress Parkway, Chicago, 60612. 246-1500. EPPINGA Arend "Ernie" Epplnea, formerly of Forest Park and Elmwood Park. Services were held In Tucson, AZ on April 15th. Retired Wholesale Produce Distributor, husband of Vernette of Tucson, AZ: brother of Peter ot Largo, FL and lather ot Richard of Norrldge and Ronald of Vina park, IL. F0URKAS Theodora Fourkas, nee Touilosi beloved wife of the late Anastasios; loving mother of Geor ge ti-rancesi, ennst (Dlanna) Fourkas. Sophia (Emm.nii.il Tallakls, Chrysl (John) Droum-poukis. Voula (Demetrios) Kllkls, Argie (Tryfon) Bakopoulos and Violet (John) Venetsanopoulos; devoted grandmother of 16 and erwi-grammomer or two; dear sister of John (Marika). Nick in... sle), Demetrios and the late Peter and Theodore Toutlos. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a.m., from chapel of Adinamlg Funerel Directors, 4700 N. Western Ave., to SS. Constantino a, Helen Greek Orthodos inurcn, i urn si. and Roberts Rd Polos Hills, IL, for services at 11 a.m. interment Evergreen Cemetery. Visitation Friday from 3 p m, to 9 p.m. Kindly omit flowers. Mr mortals to the ss. Con.tMntin a Helen Koraes School Needy Fund wouio ee appreciated. 334-1700. GE0R6AS Leo S. Georges, beloved husband of Julia, nee Dumas; loving father of Tula (Dee no) Gounaris, Vlolette (Barry) Berger, Steven L. (Lea) and John L. (Joan) Georges; devoted grandfather of nine; dear brother ot John (Helen) Georges, Helen Bakakos and the' tate William Georgas; fond brother-in-law of Bessie Georgas. Funeral Saturday, 10:30 a.m., from 1 chapel of Adinamia Funeral Directors. 4700 N. Western Ave., to St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, 2727 W. Winona St., for services at 11 a.m. Interment Elmwood Cemetery. Visitation Friday from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Kindly omit flowers. Memorial tributes to St. Demetrios Church Renovation Fund would be appreciated. 334-1700. G0LBA Frank G, Golba, beloved husband of Anna; loving father of Frank (Barbara), Tom (Kathv); fond uncle of Kathie Smith and many more; dear brother of Frances Fil-liplak; dearest grandfather of Janet Golba. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a.m., from the Brown Funeral Home, 2939 E. 95th St., to Our Lady of Hungary Church for Mass of Christian Burial at 10 a.m. Interment St. Casfmlr Cemetery. Visitation Friday 2 until 10 p.m. 768-0155. HIBNER Lorraine Hibner, nee Leonard, dearly beloved wife of Edward J.i loving mother of Judith, James (Sandra), John P. and Joseph. Funeral Saturday, 10:30 a.m., from the Gooollnakl A Trotlmuk Funeral Home, 1850 N. Wood St., corner of Cortland, to St. Mary of the Angels Church. Entombment St. Adalbert Cemetery. HU6-0258. G0LUB Ronld Golub, husband of Jean and the late Pam; dear father of Marshall and Martin; fond brother of Errol (Lois) and Howard; loving son of Dorothy and the late Max. Service Friday, 3 p.m., at Welne tain Brothers North Shore Chapel, 111 Skokle Blvd., Wllmette (one block north ot Old Orchard). In-termment Memorial Park Mausoleum, Skokle. Visitation at time ot service. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the American Cancer Society. Info. 256-5700. GOODMAN William D. Goodman, of Miami, Fl., formerly of Chicago, loving husband of Frances; dear father of Nan Felber and Susan (Mort) Rosenberg; fond grandfather of Marc (Patty), Janet and James Kaplan, Jonathan (Michele) end Elizabeth Fe!!ri dear brother of James, Richard and the late Helen uosung. post president of Ravlsloe Country Club and the Standard Club of Chicago. Memorial Service Monday, April 29th at Rosehlll Cemetery, 1 p.m. Visita tion Sunday evening at 950 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago and Monday evening at 1250 Rudolph Road, Northbrook. 60RALESKI Mildred M. Goraleskl, nee Poplar, beloved wife of the late Stanley J.i loving mother of Leona; dear sister of Frank G. (Julia) Poplar and Mary Metke; nieces and nephews. Funeral Saturday, April 27, 1985, 10 a.m. from Adolt-Borwyn Funeral Home. Ltd 2921 S. Harlem Avenue. Berwvn to St. Leonard Church for Mass at 11 a.m. interment Re surrectlon. In lieu of flowers, Masses or donations to Alihelmers Foundation appreciated. Visitation Friday 6 to 9 p.m. GR0EN August Groan, beloved husband of Jennie, nee Lasthuls; loving father Dr. Anlean Egan, Janet (Orin) Daniels and Arthur (Gayle) Groan; fond orandfather of i n great grandfather ot two; dear brother of one sister and two brothers in Hot land; fond uncle of many nieces and nephews. Chapel service satur- dav, April 27, 1985, 11 a.m. at The Hllla Funeral Home, 10201 S. Rob erts Rd., Palos Hills. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens South. Please omit flowers, visitation Friday 2 to 9 P.m. Info. 598-5880. FR0NTCZAK Louise Frontciak, beloved wife ol Warren; loving mother of Karen, Robert, Ronnie and the late Daniel. Resting at Lewie Funerel Home, 7600 W. Grand Ave., at the Circle, Elmwood Park. Visitation Thursday and Friday from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. Funeral Saturday, April 27th, at 9 a.m., to St. Celestina Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Cremation private. 453-1234. GALL0 Pasquale Gallo, dearly beloved husband of Bfanca, nee D'Amore; loving father of Mary (Danny) Raimondl, Rita and Alfonso; dear brother of Angelo, Ralph, Tony. Ida DiPaolo and Fllomena Cecil dear grandfather ol Anthony Vlto. Funeral Saturday 9:45 a.m. from The Belmont Funerel Home, 7120 W. Belmont Ave., to St. Prlscllla Church, Mass 10:30 a.m. Visitation Friday noon to 9 p.m. Interment St. Jeseoh Cemterv. 286-2500. GUZI0R Walter Gutlor, 61, of Villa Park, beloved husband of Alice, nee Kullk; loving father of JoAnne (Robert) Ash, Frank (Patricia), waiter Jr. and Josephine c Guilor; grandfather of three brother of John, Peter, Martin, Ann zadakus and Frances Budzik. Fu neral Saturday 11 a.m. at Bteuerie Funerel Home, 350 s. Ardmore Ave., villa Park. Interment private. Visitation Friday 3 to 9:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the American Lung Assn. appreciated. 832-4161. HENKEL William L. Henkel Jr., of Ban-rlnoton. beloved husband of Gwen dolyn B., nee Bums; fond father of Matthew B.i dear son of Maude G, and the late William L. Henkel Sr.; brother of Robert (Ruth) and the Mte w bur; brotner-m-iaw ot Cons tance Henkel. He was a pilot tor American Airlines tor 28 years. Visitation at Ahtgrim Son Funer el noma, Wl r. nonnwesr nwv.. Palatine, 5 to 9 p.m. Friday. Servic es 11 a.m. Saturday. Interment Memory Gardens. 358-7411, HOOP Edward Hoop, beloved husband of Mary Rose, nee Mangan and the late Bernice, nee Downs; oear father of Edward, Kathrvn (John) O'Neill, Patrick amd Michael Mangan; grandfather ot eight; dear brother of Mae Hoop. Funeral Saturday, 10:30 a.m., from Lawn Fu nerel Home, 7909 state Rd, (5500W), to St. Albert the Great Church. Mass 11 a.m. Interment Resurrection. Visitation Friday 2 to 10 p.m. 636-2320. IANDRIA See Adolph J. Petrone notice. JANNUSH Arthur Jannush, beloved husband of Emma, nee Hoehn; devoted father of Clarence (Shelby); dear randfather of Daniel, Deborah, David and Deanna; fond brother of Lvdia Horn, Erne Gaul, and the late Helen Gregor, Waller, LeRoy, and Herbert Jannush. Services 10 a m Saturday, April 27, 1985 at Edgar Funeral Home, 10900 S. Cicero Ave. Interment Bethanla. Visitation 3 to 9 p.m., Friday. 423- 1600 01 723-0876 JAR0CKI sea Agnes ziskoski notice. JOHNSON Florence Johnson, beloved wife of the late LeRoy;dear mother of the late Betty Malstrom; beloved granomorner or susan (Gordon) Freeman and Nancy (William) Flnkler; great-grandmother of Ml. chael and Scott Freeman; dear sls- ier or i nomas r-eierson. Funer. Services Saturday, 11 a.m., at Kot-bua Funerel Home. 6841-57 w hi.. gins Ave. Interment Acacia Park Cemetery. Visitation Friday 4 to 9 p.m. member ot Billy Caldwell H.L. POSI AUK. 774-3232. KAYSER Ralph R. Kavser. Caoi. rpn tmL denlv, age 46. lovlno husband af Grace, nee Pruett; beloved t.th.r or Kooen ano Patricia; dear son of ine laie Kicnaro w. and Gertrude A. Kavser; fond son-ln.l.w Af Pt and Callle Pruett, of Lono Beam. WA. Funeral service Saturday 10 g.m. at The Drake e Son Funeral name, sju. m. western Ave. inter ment ROSehl I Cemet.rv AAitmlukr yi vocai wo. i ir-D. Member ot uuvoi L.OOJB mo. IUU7 A.r.&iA.M,, LOdfl, Council ChAOIAr rrnllnn,. Scottish Rites Valley ot Chicago, Medlnoh Temple and Asst. Chief of Medlnah Temple Fir. Unit in n.,. of flowers, donations to Shriner's HOSPUal for Cr ooled ChlMrnn an. preclated. Visitation Friday 1 to .w p.m. not-os4. KELLER Mary Keller, nee Gunla, of Hickory Hills, loving mother of Edward (Wilms); dear grandmother of jean, susan, William and Robert; great-grandmother ot four: fond sis ter of Joseph, Edward and Helen iunta. r-unerai Saturday, 8:15 a.m., from Rksoe Funeral Home. MM w Archer Ave., corner ot Natoma, to sr. Patricia cnurcn. Hickory hiiis. Mass 9 a.m. Interment Resurrec tion cemetery, visitation Friday, to 9 p.m. 586-7900. KL0SS Paul Kloss, beloved husband of Wilms, nee Brunn; dear father of Konaio ir-rani ano Kenneti (Janet); loving grandfather of sin survived by five sisters and one brother; many nieces and nephews in cermany. visitation Friday, April 26, 2 to 9 p.m., at Mati Funeral Home, 3440 N. Central Ave. Lying In state Saturday, April 27, at St. Andrew Lutheran Church, 5447 W. Addison from 10 a.m. until time of service, 11 a.m. Interment Ridgewood. Memorials to SI. An drew appreciated. 545-5420. LANDER Robert H. Lander, 80, of Oswego, IL, April 25, at his home, born Nov. 10, 1904.in Luclnda, PA, husband of Marie; father of Roberta (Martin) Slnnott of Aurora, Dr. Carolea (John) Lueken MD of Akron, OH, Marie (John) McEachern of Oswego, Frances (Joe) McEachern of Oswego end Richard H. Lander of Kankakee; grandfather of 17; brother of Millie (Joe) Judy, Alice (Jim) steub. Patricia (Ed Carrol I, Thomas (Jane) Lander and Herbert (Kay) Lander all of Pennsylvania and Hilda (Barney) Lutt of New York; preceded In death by three brothers end two sisters. Maintenance foreman at E.J. Brach's Co. until his retirement. Member of Catholic Order of Foresters Ct. No. 57 and the, E.J. Brach's Foremans Club. Funeral Mass Saturday, 10:30 a.m., at St. Ann Church, oswego, burial Queen ot Heaven Cemetery. Hillside, visitation at Dalelden Mortuary. 276 High St., Aurora, Friday from 2 to 9 p.m. Memorial contributions to the Copley Memo rial Hospital Foundation in Aurora. 98-8634. KR0HN Hazel A. Krohn of Schaumburg, beloved Wife Of the lata Arthur F i slster-ln iaw of Ivend Krohn; dear aunt or nonsio Anderson. Memorial services 3 p.m. Saturday at the Ahlgrlm t Sons Funerel Home, 330 v. vun scnaumDurg. inter- menr private, into: B82-55W. KULIK Peter P. Kullk, age 87, died April 23, 1V85, dearest brother of Mary (the late Pat) Donna, the late John (late Jenny) and Jaeuo I la Pearl); fond stepbrother of Mary (Bruno) Danowskl; uncle of many nieces ano nepnews. visitation sat- urdav, April 27, from I a.m. until time of service at 10 a.m., In Slake- Lamb Funeral Home, 103S N. Dear. oom sr. uraoor parking available) interment private. 735-4242. ' LEVIN Morris Levin, beloved husband of Ruth, nee Meyer; loving lather of Linda (Howard) Kaufman, Robert and Beverly Levin; devoted grandfather of Brooke and Bryan Kaufman; fond brother el Ann Jacobson, Goldle Levin and the late Harrv Levin, service Friday il a.m. at Plaer-Welnateln Manorah Chapel, 3019 W. Peterson. Interment Westlawn Cemetery. Please omit flowers. Info. 561-1890. L0SC0MBE Frederick J. Loscombe. of Roman. ville, on April 25, 1965, beloved husband of the late Marvi loving father of Jack (Laurie) Ala no and Joyce McNab; fond grandfather of Vicki Stabler. Scott McNab. ;twn (Brenda) Stabler, John and Mark manor uncie er Brian orunonoeter. Funeral Saturday, 11 a.m., at Brookride Funeral Homo, 131 E. ouuvmon kq. inorrn ot 155 at no ine aaj, boi I nobrook. En. tombment Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation Friday 2 to V p.m. 972-1900. L0SIEWICZ rs Edward m'Los" Losiewici Esl Sr., beloved husband of Patrl " ca, nee Murray; devoted father of Edward Jr., Patricia (Jon) Skrobot. Kenneth and Paul (Ruanne); dear son of Harriet and the late Frank; fond brother of John T. Los and Patricia Kut-kowskl; proud grandfather of Grant. Visitation Friday 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Frank M. Foran Funeral Horn, 7300 W. 55th st. (West Archer Ave. lust West of Harlem). Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a.m., to St. Blase Church. Interment Resurrection. Please omit flowers. Offerings appreciated to tne Heart r-uno. 4ut-u!uv. MADIGAN William Madigan, beloved father of Dorothy (James) Stalev of New Lenox, Margaret (John) Heatterof Tinlev Park, Oennls (Mary) ot New Lenox, William of Chicaso. Richard of Joliet, Frances Snider of Alslp and John ot Boca Raton, FLi loving grandfather of 13; great grandfather of four; fond brother of Katherlne McMahon and Margaret (Edward) Burns. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a.m., from the Hlckay Memort al Chapel, 442 E. Lincoln Hwv., New Lenox, to St. Jude Church for 10 a.m. Mass. Interment Maplewood Cemetery. Visitation Friday from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. In (leu of flowers, donations to the American Lung Assn. or Masses preferred. 815-485-8697. MALARS Dorothy Molars, nee Barnert, of Hallandale, PL., formerly of Chicago, passed awav Thursday, April 25, 1985, beloved wife ot Lewis; loving aunt of Robert (Rita) Barnett, of Washington, D.C. and llene (Robert) Peterson, of Chicago. Retiree of Northwestern Railroad. Member of the Samuel Singer Memorial Club. Service private In Miami, FL. MANGAN See Edward Hoop notice. MASLANKA William S. Maslanka, CPD ret., beloved husband of the late Mary Maslanka, nee Pov; devoted father of Bryan (Lois), John, Thomas and Sharon (William) Ferguson; loving grandfather of Karen, Heather and Katherlne. visitation Friday 5 to 10 p.m. Funeral Saturday 9:15 a.m. from The Andrew J. McOann 8 (on Funerel Home, 10737 S. Pulaski Rd., to St. Terrence Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. Member of F.O.P. ST3-770O. MAZURKIEWICZ Sea Agnes Ziskoski notice. McGEEVER Bridget McGeever, beloved wife ot Patrick; fond mother of Mary T. (George) Nlelson, Jack (Joan), Kay (James) Towns and Jim; grandmother ot 11; great-grand- motner ot two; sister ot Mark Lavtn of Ireland and thelate Ml-. chael, John and Nora McGowan; sister-in-law ot Sr. Maura McGeever O.P. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a.m., from theHtokey Memortal Chapel, 4201 W. 147th St., Midlothian to St. Christopher Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment , hoiv sepulchre, visitation Friday 2 to 10 p.m. 385-4478. McPARTLIN Cora Marie McPartlln, of Lake Forest, April 25, 1985, wile of the late John J. (1972); mother of Jar-lath M. Weed, Frederick S. McPartlln, J. Jeffery McPartlln and Gregory M. McPartlln; grandmother of 11 ; sister of Frederick B. Strauss. Funeral Mass 10 a.m. Monday. April 29. 1985 at The Church of St. Mary, 175 E. Illinois Rd., Lake Forest. Interment St, Mary Cemetery, Lake Forest. Visi tation 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Wen-ben Funerel Home, 233 E. Deer-path Rd.. Lake Forest. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society or Highland Park Hospital Hospice Unit. Into. 334-0022. , MERZ an. Otto Henry Men, 89, lifelong resident of Lombard; beloved I' husband of the late Emma, nee Scharlau; dear father of Evelyn (Carl) Schuster of Lombard; fond grandfather of Christine (Rev. Tom) Mroch of Nebraska, Phillip (Karen) of Lombard and Michael of Lombard: oreat- firandfather of four; brother of the ste Lena, Minnie, Clara, Louisa, Fred, Herman and Henry; many nieces and nephews. Visitation Friday 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m., at Bruat Funeral Home, 135 S. Mam St., Lombard. Lying In State at St. John Ev. Lutheran Church. Maple at Lincoln Streets, Lombard, from 9 a.m. Saturday to time of service 10 a.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the St. John Lutheran School Fund appreciated. 629-0094. MIDDLET0N Joseph E. Mlddleton, beloved husband of Eileen, nee Messlnaj loving father of Sandra (Charles) Blake and Donna; dear grandfather ot Charles and Christopher; fond brother of James D. (Rita). Visita tion Friday from 3 till 9 p.m., at Grove Memorial Chapel, 1199 i. Arlington Heights Rd., Elk Grove Vil lage. Funeral Mass Saturday, 11 a.m., at St. waiter Church, 117 w, Maple, Roselle. Interment St. Michael Cemetery. 640-0566. MUIR Robert W. Mulr, formerly of Berkeley, beloved father of Robert Jr. (Eileen), Susan E. (Edward) . Ray, Beverlee (Paul) Fleming and Rebecca (Scott) Schultz: lovlne grandfather of five; dear brother of John. Resting at Henneay-Bruno Funerel nome, svua rsurr uas Ave., Berkeley. Friday from 3 to 9 p.m. Service Saturday 10 a.m. Interment Forest Home. 544-0100. NERUD William Edward hlervd, of Antlochv IL-, beloved husband of Lillian, nee Kuchta; dear father of the late William; fond brother of Elizabeth Rosenburg, Mae (Bob) Volik and-the late Joseph, Charles, Louis, James and George. Funeral 1 p.m. Saturday at Strang Funerel Home, 1055 Main St., Antloch, IL. Interment Grass Lake Cemetery, Antloch. Visitation S until 9 p.m.. 1 Prlday, with Masonic service atj 7:30 P.m. Info. 395-4000. , NORTH Ernest North Sr., died April 24, 1985. Visitation at Warner Funerel Home, Osceola, IN, Thursday, 2 lo 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral Friday, April 26, at 2 p.m. Interment Fairvlew Cemetery, Mlshawaka, IN. NOVAK Aieksandra (Sandy), nee Kllmuk, el Westchester, IL. at peace In Christ on- Thursday, April 25, 1985, beloved wife of George A.; lovlne mother of James R. (Lldia), Timothy W., Patricia K. (Patrick) O'Reilly and Carol H. Novak; dearest daughter ot Nadia and the late Luke Kllmuk. Friends will be received et the Westchester Funeral Home, 10501 W. Cermak (2 blocks west of Mannheim) on Saturday, 3 to 8 p.m. Funeral services at 8 p.m. the Rev. Thyng officiating. Interment private. 562-5900 0C0B0CK Grace Ocobock, April ta, ivu. or Dunedin, FL.. formerly of Doiioni loving wife of Fred; sister of As-trld Taft and Marlon Carglll; sister-in-law of Mariorie Thon; beloved aunt of many nieces and nephews. Memorial services were held April 20, 1985, at the Moss Funeral Home, In Florida. Inter-,ment Beverlv Cemetery, Blue Island. Into. Brown Funerel Home, 849-5450. 0DEN Rose A. Oden, nee K,fcct, beloved wife of the late Raymond; dear mother of Daniel (Lorraine) Ra-dosh and the lata Eleanor and James (Mariorie) Radosh; grandmother of sis and great-grand- - mother of five. Funeral Saturday, April 27th, at 1 p.m., from the Adolph-Borwyn Funeral Home, Ltd., 2931 S. Harlem Ave., Berwvn. i Interment Chapel Hill Gardens 1 West. Please omit flowers. Contrl-butions to the Cicero Bible Church I Memorial Fund appreciated. Visitation 5 to 9 p.m. on Friday. PALMER 1! James W. Palmer, Veteran of fisl 242nd Rainbow Olv., US Army, WW II, beloved husband of Phyllis Palmeri dearest father of James W. (Paula O'Brien) Palmer Jr.; loving grandfather of Damien and Monica Palmer. Funeral Service Friday, P.m., at the Georgian Funaral Horn, 2805 E. 87th St. Interment private. Officer and member of Al R. Enholm Post 853 A.L. Chapel visitation Friday after 2 p.m. Please omit flowers. 221-1055. Funeral n Directory Dependable information, fVf A guidance and arrangements f M are a few of the services afforded P 1 by the Funeral Directors listed here. pu SOUTHWEST 1 NORTHWEST EGAN FUNERAL HOME . 1700 W. 63rd LU 2-2000 CASEY-LASKOWSKI SULLIVAN FUNERAL HOME w" 2701 W. 63rd St, 776-8300 . ' WCCT DE NIC0L0-LESNIAK lltJI . 5734 W. Diverse 889-0115 POSTLEWAIT VILLAGE CHAPEL At The center ol Oak Park EU J-4141 MALEC FUNERAL HOME 834-38 N. Ashland HA 1-5800; aiintlnnill 6000 N. Milwaukee Ave. 774-4100. SUBURBAN HEINEN i LOSCHETTER THEIS G0RSKI FUNERALS Oak Lawn 425-4050 3517-27 N. Pulaski 463-5600 Residence 425-4527 FUNERAL DIRECTORS WHO DESIRE INFORMATION , REGARDING THIS DIRECTORY WHICH RUNS WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY AND SUNDAY, PHONE MS. DAVIS, 222-4060 i

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