Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on December 11, 1984 · 30
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Section 2 Chicago Tribune, Tuesday, December 11, 1984 Obituaries 14 Luke Johnsos, Bear football By Kenan Heise LUKE JOHNSOS, 79, a player with the Chicago Bears from 1929 to 1936 and a coach from 1937 to 1969, fe credited with calling the play, "the Ditka Special," that helped bring the Bears from behind to win the National Football League championship in 1963. Services for Mr. Johnsos, of Ev-anston, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the chapel at 1100 Greenleaf Ave., Wilmette. He died Monday in Evanston. ; "HE WAS A good football man and a good man," Bears Head Coach Mike Ditka said. "He taught practical football. He was the man on the phone up in the stadium, who can be tremendously important if Sou have confidence in him. He has ) resist watching the ball carrier and follow the point of attack or look for patterns on defense, i "He really believed in setting up one thing with another. In the 1963 championship game, we had the play where the tight end comes over center, but he waited for just the' right time to use it." With third down and nine yards to go at the New York Giants' 15-yard fine late in the third quarter, Mr. Johnsos relayed the message to Head Coach George Halas: "Now is the time for the Ditka Special." r It worked. Dikta, the tight end, caught a pass and made it to the l- James Van Namee, former U.S. LIGHTHOUSE POINT, Fla. AP James F. Van Namee, a former member of the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission and the National Highway Safety Advisory Commission, has died of congestive heart failure. He was 72. ? Mr. Van Namee, who died Saturday; in a Ft. Lauderdale hospital, was appointed by former President 7 Funeral Directors FREE cremation ; - information -More and more today cremation is becoming a 'prevalent funeral alter--iralive. 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Fraternal Notices Shttt Mttal Worker, Union Ucal 73 Services for Brother Westley Sol-berg will be held as Suerth Funeral Homo, at 6754 Northwest Hwv. Visitation will be Tuesday, 5 to 9 and Wednesday, 2 to 9. Funeral services will be held Thursday at Chapel, 1 p.m. Interment will follow at Marvhill Cemetery, Nltes. Richard J. Heiia, Secretary-Trea- surer. Death notices AGLIAT0 Joseph Agliato, beloved husband of Victoria, nee Santo; loving brother of Ignacio (Rose) and Sam (Bunny); dear uncle of many nieces and nephews. Chapel visitation Monday evening after 5 p.m. at the Qlbbona Funaral Homt, 134 S. York, Elmhurst. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a.m. to Visitation Church where the Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Entombment Queen of Heaven Cemetery, info. 832-0016. AIKENS Minnie M. Aikens, nee Eckardt, late of Calumet Park, age $0, beloved wife of the late Roy H.; loving mother of Robert C. (Kathleen), Margaret (David) Hot-tarn, Shirley (Charles) Will and the late Roy H. Jr. (Mary Jane); fond grandmother of 1); great-grand-mothec of five; dear sister of Emma Leonard and the late Emit. Earl and Walter Eckardt. Visitation at Funaral Ho ma, )56ifl $ Cicero Ave., Oak Forest, Tuesday and Wednesday 3 to 9 p.m. Ulng In state Thursday, Dec. 13, at Grace Methodist Church, 12739 Maple Ave., Blue Island, from 10 a'.m. unlll time of service 11 a.m. Interment Evergreen Cemetery, 50 year member of Olive Chapter No. 179, O.E.S. Member of Golden Veari Club of Calumet Park. 687-2990. AURELIUS Berenice Aurellus, retired teacher, Chicago Public Schools, louina ii. ter of Ma rev (James) Lona ind th late Constance Nicklaus. Visitation i io 4 ano 6 to v p.m., Tuesday at Pataraon Funaral Homa. 6938 W. North Ave. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a.m. io at. ones Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme tery, r tease omit flowers. 637-4441 AUSTIN Chester L. Austin Sr. beloved husband of the late Alleen, nee Gilchrist; fond father of Chpitpr i ir (Marilyn) and Ruth Steele; dear grandfather of 8; great grandfather of 9. Funeral Services Wednesday, 1 P.m. at the Vandanbarg Funaral nwim , met w. nm aueei, Blue Island. Interment Chapel Hill soot n. visitation Tuesday 2 to p.m. A Member of Blue Island Lodge, No. 1331 B.P.O.E. and (-aiumei Loage no. 7)6 A.F.A.M. JoB-UU I A AVIANO Sue M. Avlano, wife of Anthony; loving mother of Richard (BartM. ra); fond sister of Mildred, Annet te, Mary, Rose, Ann and Dorothy, Funeral service Wednesday, 10:30 a.m. irom Tna Skaa-Tarraca Funaral Homa, 7812 N. Milwaukee Ave.. Niles, to St. John Brebeuf Church tor n a.m. Mass. interment St Adalbert Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday 2 to 9 p.m. Please omit nowers. yto-juz. BERNDT Harold G. Berndt. 74. nf Rt rhr. les, formerly of Lombard, beloved nusoano or tveiyn, nee swanson; dear father of Diane (Rod) McQueen and Wayne (Path-grandfather of Brian and Sara McQueen and Amanda and Alicia Berndt; dear brother of Edward and Ruth Burkhart. Lying in State Wednesday from noon until time of service 1 p.m., at St. Johns Ev, Lutheran Church, Lombard. Visitation Tuesday 3:30 to 9:30 p.m., at Brutt Funaral Homa, 135 S. Main St., Lombard. Interment Bethania. In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. Johns Church or Lutheran Hour appreciated. 629-0094. RFRnilKAt Christina Beroukas, nee Floros, be- mother of Evdoxla, Helene and uregorv; aaugnrer ot tuas and the lAtt Planl CMnrne. .Ida, A A... gvros (Sofia) Floros and, In cvonyeuo vjonnj tosian- telos; niece of Anargvros and Pota Arvanitis. Funeral Wednesday, 11 a.m., from the Balmont Funaral Homa, to St. Andrew Church, 5649 N. Sheridan Rd., for 12 noon services. Interment Elmwood Cemetery. Visitation Monday, 5-9:30 p.m., and Tuesday, 2-9:30 P.m. Information: 286-2500. B0RGESE See John J. Ptaszek Notice. BREYER Charles C. Breyer, age 94, beloved husband of the late Lula F.; fond father of the later Dorothy Wen-dorf; brother of the late Lvdla E , Frances Gross and Hazel Wylle; serve ra) nieces and nephews; dear friend and associate of Jim Be ran family. Visitation Tuesday 3 to 9 P.m. at Pataraon Funarat Homa, 6938 W. North Ave. Service Wednesday 1:30 p.m. Interment Mount Emblem. Member of Plumbing Contractors Assn. of Chicago and-Cook County, A.S.S.E., Kiwa-ms of Northwest Town, Circle Lodge No. 938, A.F.&A.M. and American Legion Post No. 837. 637- 4441. BRIZICH to- Samuel A. Brizlch, Veteran PEg WW I, beloved husband of I!5 Margaret Kirk Brlilch ; devoted ,'3 1 her of Betty (Bob) Norris and the late William (Denise McNIcholas) Brizlch; fond grandfather of six; greatgrandfather of nine; dear brother ot Lena Bozen and Katherine Lipotlch. Funeral Wednesday, )0:15 a.m., from Laughlln Sona Chapal, 2100 W. 95th, at Hovne, to St. Bernadette Church. Mass 11 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Garden School for the Handicapped or Little Company of Mary Hospital. Visitation Tuesday, 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. 779-1100. BR0DSKY Edward D. Brodskv, beloved husband ot Bernelce, nee Kanter; dear father of Jerrold (Dbbl) and the tale Marilyn Garland; devoted grandfather of Michelle; devoted son of Cells and the late Max Brodskv; loving brother of the late Shirley. Services Tuesday 11 a.m. at Plaar-Walnataln Manorah Chapal, 5206 N, Broadway. Interment Westlawn. Friends are asked to pay their respects at the time ot service. Please omit flowers. Info. 561- 4740. BRYERS Donald C. Bryers, of Elmhurst, beloved husband of Dianne and the late Patricia; dear father of Susan (David) Matson, Scott (Kathleen), Timothy (Pamela), Kelly and Kevin; fond grandfather of Emily Matson; fond brother of Margaret ..r '-, ,mam, join, ana Charles; dear friend of Henry vonwo, iono uncie or many nieces and nephews. At thePadaraan Ruharn llA,tiiu ki w ... Road, Elmhurst where friends may call Tuesday, 3 to 9 p.m. Funeral services Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. from mnrhiArv In I. In r Church, Elmhurst where Mass will t tx-ieuraieo ai iu a.m. interment , Queen of Heaven. Memorials to the America Heart Assn. would be ap-preciaiii. 834-1133 former great yard line. Quarterback Bill Wade dived in, putting the Bears ahead 14-10, the final score. MR. JOHNSOS, a native of Logan Square, played football at Schurz High School and Northwestern University, where he was an end. He signed with the Bears in 1929 because a Northwestern teammate, fullback Walter Holmer, made Mr. Johnsos' signing a condition of his own. Holmer got a $5,000 bonus; Mr. Johnsos was paid $100 a game. He also signed a baseball contract with the Cincinnati Reds, but poor sight cut short that career. As a Bear, he was twice picked all-league end in the early 1930s. When he turned to coaching in 1937, he was third in player seniority in the league. HIS FOOTBALL brilliance often earned him nicknames such as "professor" or "the Bears' brain trust." It often showed on the field, including one time when he convinced an opponent whom he couldn't catch to lateral the ball to him. When George Halas joined the Navy in World War II, he handed the team over to Mr. Johnsos, Heartly "Hunk" Anderson and Paddy Driscoll. The triumvirate, with Mr. Johnsos perched by a phone high in the stadium, led the Bears to divi- Richard Nixon to the three-member occupational safety review commission and by former President Gerald Ford to the highway safety commission. Before those appointments he managed a safety program for Westinghouse Electric Corp., was director of engineering and research for the American Insurance Association and was a consultant in BUCKLEY Cornelius V. Buckley, age 74, of Wilmette, beloved husband of Isabel, nee Donahoe; loving father of .Mary Pat Buckley; fond brother of Mary (the late Garrett) Barry, Sr. Mary Fleurette, R.S.M., the late Timothy, Ceal Hogan and John J. Buckley. Visitation Wednesday 3 to 9 p.m. Funeral Thursday 9:30 a.m. from Donnallan-Fttzoarakl Franklin-Funaral Homa, 10045 Skokie Blvd., at Old Orchard Rd., Skokie, to Saint Joseph Church, Wilmette. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Saint Joseph Cemetery, wilmette. In lieu of flowers Mases or Memorials made to the V. N, A. Home Hospice Program, 2100 Ridge Ave., Evanston, IL. 60204, would be appreciated. 675-1990. BULTHUIS Lorefta Bufthius, nee Sowinskf, beloved mother of Dale (Nora), Thomas! Donna), Robert (Teresa), Kimberly (Michael) Katsis, and Doreen (James) Brlsch; dear sister of William (Adeline), Jean (Robert) Cooiev, Jackie (the late Edward) Braneckl, Dorothy (Walter) Kochanek and Virginia (Robert) Mohr; 16 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday, Dec. 12, at 8:30 a.m. from Kulaalk Funaral Homa, 4860 W. 31st St., Cicero, to Mary Queen of Heaven Church. Interment Resurrection. Visitation Tuesday, 2 P.m. to 9 p.m. 652-2005. BURKE See Sean McMahon notice. BYRNE See Ethel R. Reflly notice CARLSON James C. Carlson of Antloch, IL, beloved husband of Shirley; dear tainer ot james (Maryiaine) and Susan (Lloyd) Jacobsen; fond brother of Mae (Michael) De-bowski; grandfather of Daniel and Karen. Funeral 11 a.m. Wednesday at Tha Strang Funaral Homa, 1055 Main St. Antloch, IL. interment private. Visitation 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. Donations to United Methodist Church, Antioch, IL or Ameri can tancer society, into 395-4000 CHYLL0 Marie A. Chyilo, nee Paschke, be loved wife of the late John F.; dear mother ot Kenneth M., Jean M, Hosteller, John F. and the late Thomas J.; grandmother of 10; sis ter of Louise Cook: Resting at Galla Funaral Homa, 180 S. York St., Bensenville, IL, where services will be held Wednesday 11 a.m. In terment St. Joseph. Visitation Tuesday 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. 766-3232. COLL Joseph Coll, beloved husband ot the late Susan, nee Galiaoher; dear father of Joseph, Owen and the late Susan; fond brother of Owen and Anion of Ireland, Mary Kallagher of Scotland, and the late Tully and Thomas. Resting at the Coorwv Funaral Homa, 355? N Soulhport Ave., after 2 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Wednesday 9:15 a.m., to SI. Matthias Church. Mass at 10 a.m. Interment All Saints. Native ot Ar-ranmnre. rmmtv n.nnn.1 irni 472-5650. C0VELL Mary covell, beloved wife of the late Frank; dear mother of Mabel Manthy; grandmother of Ray, Robert, Richard and Russell; good friend of Geraldine. CRITTENDEN William O. Crittenden, age 88, of Hanover Park, beloved husband of the late Rose; loving father of Ar-dith Halek; dear grandfather of Allison and Leigh Halek; fond brother of Elver. Funeral Service 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, at Bartwood Ma mortal Chapal, Route 20, Bartlett with burial In Bohemian National Cemetery, Chicago. Visitation Tuesday 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. 837-1888. CRUDELE tas Arthur A. Crudele, navy vet Sww it, beloved husband of ' "Anna Pesavento Crudele; dear father of John (Linda) Pesavento and Michael (Nancv) Crudele; fond grandfather of Mark, Mlcheie, Kimberly, Michael and Cathy; brother of Mary Ganlno, Anthony, Michael, Alfred and the late Olga Annunziata. Funeral Wednesday 9 a.m. from Bavarly Ridga Chapal. 10415 S. Kedzie to St. Christina Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Resurrection. Visitation Monday 6 to 9 and Tuesday 3 to 9. 779-4411 CUNNINGHAM Margaret Cunningham, beloved wife of the late Miles Cunningham CPD; loving mother of Maroaret ( Norman 1 Mnllmm, 4a Winn I a Anwia mrt u... -,.. ..... hmw nuig van, iuihj aunt of several nieces and nephews. Funeral service Wednesday 12 30 ..,rom Tonl funaral Homa, - nnirit rvc, Ql L-UWt?l I, to SI, Edward Church. Mass 1 o m In lieu ol flowers, masses appreciated. Visitation Tuesday 7 to 9 p.m Interment All Saint. ramn.Bn, ... 4400. ' " " DiBARTELO See Edward Kremer notice. DICKSON Prirut r nirLiAn n. ... oved wife of Ralph N. Dickson; loving mother of Jane Mackav fWflllftml- nnnrimnih., .i r . , Mackav end Anita Mackav. Resting at Cadar Park Funaral Homa, 12540 -. .v- U1. vutioMuii vvi-unes-day, Dec. 12, 19B4, from t p.m. to t:ju p.m. r-unerai services 2:30 it vcugt rum (.napei, mier-ment Cedar Park Cemetery. For Information 785-8640. - V 1 Luke Johnsos in 1968 sion titles in 1942 and 1943. MR. JOHNSOS was twice offered head coaching positions, including one with the Cleveland Rams in 1945. He turned them down, saying: "I've always been a Bear and hope to spend my entire football career with George Halas. He's good enough for my dough. Besides, this is my home, and I hold another position here. It is simple enough to solve: Two good jobs in Chicago are better than one' in Cleveland. His other job was with Crowri-Zellerbach, a paper manufacturer. Survivors include his wife, Rosemary; 4 daughters, Judy Wohlford, Janet Trafelet, Barbara, Kocher and Ann Smith; a son, Luke Jr.; and 15 grandchildren. safely adviser the safety engineering department of Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. A former safety engineer from Arlington, Va., Mr. Van Namee recently was president of the Maine State Society in Washington, D.C. His wife, Joanne Jordan Van Namee, is president of Bangor Publishing Co. in Maine. Other survivors include a son. DODGE Marlon M. Dodge, nee Moran, age 59, of Villa Park, beloved wife of Kenneth C; dear mother of Mrs. Jeanette (Barry) McCullum, Kenneth C. Jr. (Patricia), Keith (Kimberly), Timothy (Denise) and John (Dawn); grandmother of eight; dear sister of Mrs. Jean (Robert) Sutton, Thomas (Carol) Moran and Mrs. Ann (William) Hick. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m., from the Bruat Funaral Homa, 135 S. Main St., Lombard, to St. Pius X Church for 10 a.m. Mass. Visitation Wednesday, from 2 to 10 p.m. Entombment Assumption Mausoleum, Winfietd. In lieu of flowers, Masses, or memorials to the American Cancer Society appreciated. 629-0094. DREM0NAS Panaglotls Dremonas, beloved husband of Vasiliki; loving father of Peter (Sandra), James (Penelope) and George; devoted grandfather of Valerie and Peter; dear brother of James (Maria) and George (Evstathia), Angellne, John (Mary) and Christina (Peter) Tsares, all of Krestana, Olvmpias, Greece; fond uncle of many nephews and nieces here and in Greece. Funeral Wednesday 10:30 a.m. from the Bacvar Funaral Homa (Nick A. Colllaa, Dlrador), 11201 S. Harlem Ave, Worth to Ss. Constan-tine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church, lllth and Roberts Rd. Palos Hills for 11 a.m. services! Interment Evergreen Cemetery. Visitation Monday 5 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday 4 to 9 P.m. In lieu of flowers contributions to the St. Cons-tantine Koraes School Needy Fund would be appreciated. Info 361-0363 EATON Marion L. Eaton, nee Lftvay, Riverside, IL, beloved wife of the late Charles H.; loving mother of the late Otto Martin (Rose) Eaton; dear grandmother of Charles and Leslie Eaton; fond sister of Ru dolph (Evelyn) Lltvay; slster-ln-' law of Genevieve Lltvay. Services Wednesday 8:45 a.m., at Kuratko i-unarai noma, 2XW i. Des Piames Ave., North Riverside, to Ss. Peter & Paul Ev. Lutheran Church, 31st & Des Plaines Ave., Riverside, for the Order for the Burial of the Dead at 9 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday 3 to 9 p.m. Member of Dorcas Society and the Ladles Lodge No. 40 Sokol USA. In lieu of flowers donations to Ss. Peter & Paul Church would be appreciated. 447-2500. EIMERMANN Frieda M. Elmermann, beloved wife ot the late Frank; loving mother of Frank (Janice) and Kenneth (Nancv Lee); fond grandmother of six; dear sister of Stephanie Suckow. Resting at Lawla Funaral Homa, 7600 W. Grand, at the circle, Elmwood Park. Visitation Tuesday 3 to 9:30 p.m. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a.m., to St. William Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Adalbert. 453-1234. EISENSTAEDT Mildred Eisenstaedt, nee Goodman, beloved wife of the late Herman; devoted mother ot Phyllis Krause-Braun, Lorraine Paddor and Judith Lyon; dear mother-in-law of Jerry Braun, Harold Paddor, Loren Lyon and the late Dr. Arthur Krause; loving grandmother of Joanne (Dr. Orrin) Scheff, SueEI-len and Philip Krause, Susan Paddor (the late Dr. Steven) Lukes, amv r-aaaor luavta) ROthOlz, Amy (Keith) Zerman, Robin ano Allison Lyon; dearest oreat-nrand. mother ot Jennifer and Lisa Scheff ano iaran Kaddor Lukes; dear s . ter of Hy and AI Goodman, the late mare ooooman ana Fave eikins. Services Wednesday 2 p.m. at Pitar-Walnataln Manorah Chapal, 9200 N. Skokie Blvd., Skokie. Interment Westlawn. Friends are asked to pay their respects at time of service. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Steven A. Lukes, M.D. Memorial Fund, co Univ. of Chicago Medical Alumni Assn., 1025 E. 57th St., Chicago, 60637. Info. 679-4740. ERICKS0N Joyce Erickson, of Clearwater, FL, formerly of Chicago, died Monday, Dec. 3, 1964, survivors include husband, John; three sons, Scott, Gary and Dale; and her mother, Mildred Turnqulst. Contributions may be made to Morgan Park Baptist Church of Chicago. EVANS tef-s. Carl T. Evans, vet, WWII., pH beloved husband of Josephine, l"4 nee LaMonica; loving father of Sharon (Steve) Plkul, Linda, Barbara Padgen and Betsy; grandfather of Kimberly; brother of Dorothy (Melvln) Bubliti. Retired 30 yr. employee Electro Motive Division, General Motors, LaGranoe. Member of Wlnfield Scott VFW Post; former Youth Bowling Instructor Rolling Lanes in Countryside. Services Tuesday, 11 a.m. Huraan Funaral Homa, Roosevelt and Mannheim Roads, Hillside. Visitation Monday from 3 to 9 p.m. Interment Glen Oak, 547-8200. F0NFARA Anthony W. Fonfara, Veteran of WWII, late of Or land Park, former-' ly of West Pullman; son of the late Joseph and Anna Fontara; fond brother of Estelle (Zigmund) Sinde, Bernlce (George) Men, Sophie (Lewis) Perkovlchand John (Coleen) Fontara; dearest friend of Alice Sullivan; uncle of many nieces and nephews. Visitation at the Communlty-Opyt Funaral Homa, l44St. & Indiana Ave, River-dale, after 2 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Wednesday, 9:15 a.m. to Assumption B.V.M, Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. 849-5500 A GUZZ0 James Guzzo, beloved husband of Tessie, nee Biango, loving father of James and the late Pat and Robbie Guzzo; fond grandfather of seven; great-grandfather of three; dear brother of Sam (Jeanette) Guno, Katherine Froio, Phyllis Coneset and Angle Aifierl. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. from Thwnp-aon t Kuanatar Funaral Homa, 5570 W. 95th St. to St Gerald Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. Visitation Monday and Tuesday, 2 to 9 p.m. 425-0500 HABURA John Habura, beloved husband of Lottie, nee Nowalinski; loving father of Jacaulvn (David) Krvszak and Franc ine (James) Cronln; dear son ot Katherine and the late Leon; fond brother of Frank (Max-ine), Jean, Mary, Helen and the late Leon (Jean) Habura; also survived bv many brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law; nieces and nephews. Funeral Thursday 9:30 a.m. from Malac Sona Funaral Homa, 6000 N. Milwaukee Ave., to St. John Brebeuf Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Adalbert. Visitation Wendesday 4 to 9:30 p.m. 774-4100. HANOVER Genevieve M. Hanover, age 92, of The Mather Home, Evanston, beloved wife of the late Fred W. Hanover; fond mother of Fred (Esther) of Lake Villa, Jeanette (John) Spanabel of Florida, Marlorle (Chester) Polad, Dr. John (Donna), Robert (Evelyn) and Harold (Louise) Hanover of California; also 13 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren; sister-in-law of Belle Jennings. Funeral Wednesday, 11 a.m., at Donnallan-Fltzgarald-Franklln Funaral Homa, 1571 Maple Ave., Evanston. Inter ment Memorial Park Cemetery, Visitation Tuesday 3 to 9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be maae io nnarner nome, 1615 Hin-man, Evanston 60201. 869-2900. HEJL Anna Hell, late of Berwvn, beloved wife of the late Joseph; loving mother ot Blanche (Joseph) Zacho-tina and Joseph C. (Anna May) Hell; grandmother of four; great-grandmother of three. Services Wednesday, 10:30 a.m. at H. Marlk Sona Funaral Homa, 6507 W. Cer-mak Rd., Berwvn. Interment Clarendon Hills Cemetery. Member of Berwvn Golden Agers and Berwyn Senior Citizens. Visitation Tuesday, -2 to 9 p.m. 484-6310 HENEGHAN Thomas M. Heneghan, Lt. C.F.D., suddenly, beloved husband of Irene nee Boyle; fond father of Nora, Catherine, Kevin, Maureen, Slobhan, Thomas and Margaret Mary; dear brother of John (Mar-lene), Joseph, Robert (Patricia), James (Joan) and the late Patrick. Devoted son of the late Patrick and Catherine nee Devaney. Funeral Thursday, 9:45 a.m. from Oibbona Funaral Homa, 5917 W. Irving Park to St. Tardssus Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment Marvhill. Visitation Tuesday, 5 to 9 p.m. and Wednesday, 2 to 9 p.m. 777-3944 HIRTE Raymond C. Hlrte, beloved brother of Marie Hirte, the late Mildred M. Auw and Clarence Hlrte; dear uncie ot i nomas t. and Bruce C. Hirte. Funeral from John Carroll Sona, Horn for Funarala, Erie at Wabash Avenue, Wednesday, Dec. 12, 1984, to Holy Name Cathedral, where Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery, visitation Tuesday, Dec. It, 1984, 3 to 9 p.m. 944-6060. HLAVIN Agnes Hlavln of Skokie, dear sister of the late Elsie Humelhans, Bess Gretsches, May, Frank and James Hlavln. Funeral Wednesday, 11 ;.m at the Haban Funaral Horn, 8057 Nltes Center Rd., Skokie. interment Bohemian National Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. 673-6111. H0ELIER See John J. Ptasiek Notice. H00GSTRA Marilyn Hoogstra, nee Johnson, beloved wife of Robert H.i loving mother of Marllouann (Gregory) Ahrensfeld and Robin (David) Berry; fond grandmother of elghtj great-grandmother of seven; dear sister of Beverly Fallls, Martha Eckert and Richard Johnson. Memorial service 1:30 p.m. Tuesday Dec. 11, at St. Matthew United Church of Christ, 25W360 S. Gables, Wheaton, IL. No visitation. Private burial. 652-0005. H0RAZY Anna E. Horazy, nea Rolek, beloved wife of the late Joseph F.; loving mother of Dorothy (John) Johnson, Rosemary (Robert)! Marks, Josephine (Charles) Giblln, Dolores (Joseph) Gawel and, Marvann (Henry J.) Owen; dear grandmother of Brent, Carolyn, Melissa, Mark and David; fond sis- 'I ter ot Mary Stefan and Edward 1 (Josephine) Roiek. Funeral Thurs- j day 9 a.m. from Rldaa Funaral 1 Homa. 6620 W. Archer Ave., corner ! of Natoma, to St. John of God Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday 6 to 9 p.m. and Wednesav 2 to 9 P.m. 586-7900. hotes sea nxhoiat p. Jumes notice. Actress Jeanne Cagney Morrison, 65 NEWPORT BEACH. Calif. AP Actress Jeanne Cagney Morrison, sister of actor James Cagney, has died at age 65 after a 6'4-year battle with cancer. Mrs. Morrison, a fixture on the long-running television show "Queen for a Day," died Friday in her home, said funeral home spokesman Ron Murray. Mrs. Morrison, born on New York City's Lower East Side, was the youngest of five children reared by her widowed mother. Two of her elder brothers became doctors, and two others, Bill and James Cagney, became film actors in the early days of Hollywood. The three acting Cagneys worked together in the 1942 classic, "Yankee Doodle Dandy," with James starring as George M. Cohan and Mrs. Morrison playing Cohan's sister. Bill Cagney was a producer on that film. In 1946, Mrs. Morrison played a leading role as a prostitute in the original Broadway production of Former Rep. CM. Harden LAFAYETTE, Ind. AP Cecil M. Harden, a former congresswoman who served five terms in the House, has died at age 90. Rep. Harden died Wednesday in the Americana Nursing Home in Lafayette, according to a statement issued by the office of Rep. John Myers R., Ind.. A former teacher who was elected a Republican national com-mitteewoman in 1944, Rep. Harden first was elected to Congress in 1948, becoming Indiana's second woman in Congress. She served on the Veterans Affairs Committee. She lost a re-election campaign in 1958. She was a national com-mitteewoman until 1959 and a special assistant for women's affairs for the U.S. postmaster general from 1959 to 1961. In 1970, she was appointed to the national advi- HOWARD James R. Howard, Dec. 9th, beloved husband of Cay M., nee Ber-mingham; dear father of Lee J. (Susan); fond brother of Mary Lee Honlon and the late Helen Bren-nan; grandfather of two. Visitation at Man Funaral Homa, 410 Rand Rd., Mount Prospect, from 4 unlll 9 p.m. Tuesday. The family and friends will meet at Our Lady of the Wayside Church, Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, when Mass will be celebrated. Interment Cal-.vary Cemetery. Memorials to the Hospice of Alexlan Brothers Medical Center would be appreciated. HUPPENVAUER Pearl B. Huppenvauer, 94, of Glen-view, formerly of Evanston, December 9; wife of the late Otto; mother of Shirley M. (Charles H.) Elliott, and the late Betty Weston; grandmother of Karen L. Otlll and Ronald C. Elliott. Visitation from 4 to 9 p.m, Wednesday, at the Glen-view United Methodist Church, 727 Harlem Ave., Glenview, where services will be held at 10:30 a.m., Thursday. Interment Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the church. Ar-rengements made by N. H. Scott t Habbtaihwalta. 998-1020 or 864-0130. JACOBS Elmer E. Jacobs, beloved husband of Evelyn nee Engel; loving father of Vernon (Charlotte) and Wavne; aear granorawer ot kiieen Folic he rl, Robert, Leonard and Richard; great grandfather of Kathy and Jimmy; fond brother of Irene Maierhofer. Resting at the Columbian Funaral Homa 10300 W. Grand Avenue, near Mannheim Road, Franklin Park where Funeral Ser vices will be held Wednesday, December 12 at l p.m. Interment St. Peter Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday, 3 to 9 p.m. 455-1200. JAGIELL0 Lottie Jagiello, nee Czeoeiewskl; Dec. 71h, in Monterey, Calif; beloved Wife Of thf IfttP Alhori. loving mother of Leonard; dear sister ot Apollnary Czepelewski of Po- ioikj; granamotner of two; great-grandmother of two; also nieces and nephews; fond godmother of the late Thaddeus Armstrong; aunt of Loretta Monte and Felicia Daszkiewlcz. Funeral Thursday, 9:45 a.m., from Caaay-Laakowakl ft oun runarai noma, 454U-50 W. Diversev Ave., to St. Genevieve Church, Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment St. Adalbert. Visitation Tuesday, 4 to 9:30 p.m., and Wednesday, 2 to 9:30 P.m. 777-6300. JAMR0S Mary Jamros, nee Labuse, North Riverside II., age 94, beloved wife or ine iaie josepnj loving mother of Walter (Helen), Joseph (Mar-cle), Anton (the late Loretta), Victoria (the late Leo) Murray, Cecelia (Thomas) McNulty, Irene (Walter) Cikowskl, the late Mary (Walter) Wrobtewsxi and the late John Jamros; grandmother of 13; great-grandmother of 26. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a.m. from Kuratko Funaral Homa, 2500 S. Des Plalnes Ave., North Riverside to Mater Christ) Church. Mass of Christian Burial 10 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven. Visitation Monday 6-9 p.m. and Tuesday 3-9 p.m. Please omit flowers. 447-2500 JOHNSOS Luke A. Johnsos, of Evanston, Dec. 10, beloved husband of Rosemary; loving father of Judy (John) Wohlford, Luke Jr. (Judy), Janet Trafelet, Barbara (Brian) Kocher and Ann Smth; 1 S grandchildren. Visitation 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Wm. M. Scott Fu-1 naral Homa, 1100 Greenleaf Ave, Wilmette, where service will be1 held 2 P.m. Wednesday. Interment private. Memorials may be made to St. Athananaslus Catholic Church, Evanston. Info. 251-8200. JOSEPH Laura Louise Joseph, nee Scholpp, beloved wife of the late William Basel; devoted mother of Dorothy (the late Louis) Zeman, Jeanne (Walter) Jacobsen and William G. (Carol) Joseph; dear grandmother of Louis and Larry Zeman, Bonnie Wendtland, Walter J. Jacobsen, William P. Joseph and Janice Herman; loving great -grandmother of Joseph Herman, Diana Kay Wendtland and Walter P. Jacob-sen. Visitation Tuesday and Wednesday from 3 to 9 p.m. at Draka ft Son Funaral Homa, 5303 N. Western Ave. Graveside service Thursday, Dec. 13, 1:45 p.m. at Graceland Cemetery. 561-6874. JOY John J. Joy, devoted son of the late John and Julia; loving brother of Catherine (Frank) Kotnaur, Sister Catherine Ellen, S.P.j dear uncle of Frank and Cathy Kallnowskl; dear friend of Loretta King. Funeral Wednesday, 11:00 a.m. from Koibua Funaral Homa, 6841-57 W. Hlgglns Ave. to Immaculate Conception Church, Harlem and Talcott. Mass 11:30 a,m. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday, 2 to 9 P.m. 774-3232. Reach til of your friends with "Card of Thanks" notice. Call 222-2222. 7 " ' Jeanne Cagney in 1960 Eugene O'Neill's "The Iceman Cometh." Murray said James Cagney, 85, i '. VI 1 i ''1 Cecil Harden in 1955 sory committee for the White House Conference on Aging. She later retired to her home in Covington, Ind. Survivors include a son and three grandchildren. JUMES Nicholas P. Jumes, beloved hus band of Helen, nee Hotes: lovlna father of Renee Jumes; devoted . son ot irene, nee Gianakopulos and the late Peter Jumes; dear brother of Constantine P. (Dorothy) and Leon P. (Georgia) Jumes; fond uncle ot many nieces and nephews. Funeral Wednesday, 12 Noon, from the chapel of Adlnamia Funarat Dt-ractora, 4700 N. Western Ave., to St. Demetrlos Greek Orthodox unurcn, mi w. Winona St., tor services at 12:30 P.m. Interment Elmwood Cemetery. Member of nenenic Looge no. 10B4 A.F.aY a.m., Medinan Temp A. A. O.N. M.S. and St. Demetrlos Churrh fhnlr t!cittlnn Timtiix,, from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Masonic ser-i vice Tuesday 8:15 p.m., under the auspices ot Hellenic Lodge No. 1084. Contributions, In his memory, to ine m. uemetrios tnurcn Reno vation f-und would be appreciated. 334-1700. KEILER Lambert H. Keller, suddenly. tw. loved husband of the late Margaret,! nee nenary; aear motner ot Lam- oerr j. uovcei, buzanne (The Hon. icui uetriowid ana danara tJent Pauly; grandfather of Kimberly luave) Nustman, Jim, Michelle, Edward, Laura, Todd and Craig; great-grandfather of Bobby and jimmy Kustman; Dro trier of Mar- vella Rvan, Ma be lie Keller, Clara Stanclltf and the late Hattie Meyer, Dorothy Keller, Cora Pag elow, Lilly Stelllng and Orville Keller. Visitation at the M. J. Suarth Funarat Homa, 6754 Northwest Hwv., Wednesday 1-9 p.m. services Thursday 10:30 a.m. Interment private. Masonic servic es weonesoav, b p.m. under auspi ces of Providence Lodae No. 711 AF&AM. In lieu Of flowers, memo rials preferred. oji-I240. KLEIN0W Paul F. Klelnow, Rt. 1, Elkhorn, Wl., age 76, dear husband of Eleanor, nee Grelnke; loving father of ianara luavid) Heifers, of Wheaton, IL: brother ot Ruth Hall, Elkhorn, Wl; grandfather of Steven ana rjeoorah. both of Wheaton: brother-in-law of Henry Grelnke and Kuin K.amm, Haul ana Marion Mar tin. Funeral services 8 p.m. Wednesday, at Batta Funaral noma, iuj t. Kocuwe St., e khorn, Wl. Visitation Wednesdv from 3 to 8 P.m. until time of service. Graveside service at Mount Emblem Cemetery, Elmhurst, IL., i p.m. i nitrsoay. 414-23-2616. KNIGHTLY Robert S. Knightly CPD, age 42, beloved ot son Timothy CPD retired and Mary Mclnemey Knightly; devoted brother ot Maureen, James CPD, Rita (Michael) Barry, Denise (Francis CPD) Nelligan, Timothy, Elizabeth (Dennis) Sexton, Patrick CFD (Deborah) Knightly, Thomas (Barbara) Knighly, Kathleen (John) Lyman, John and Margaret Knightly; fond uncle of 16; dear nephew of James P. Mclnernev CFD and Robert Knighly In Ireland. Visitation Tuesday, 4 to 10 p.m. and Wednesday, 2 to 10 p.m. Funeral Thursday, 8:30 a.m., from And raw J. McGann ft Son Funaral Homa, 10727 S. Pulaski Rd., to St. Christina Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. St. Jude Police League that meets on Wednesday, Dec. 12, 1984, at 2100 hours. Member ot F.O.P. and I.P.A. ST3-77O0. KRAUS Albie Kraus, nee Bozovsky, of Cicero, beloved wife of Frank; loving mother of Alan (Maria) and Roy; fond sister of Laura 5a pone and the late George and Clarence Bozovsky; grandmother of Jeffrey and Peter. Services Wednesday 10 a.m. at Unhart Funaral Homa, 6820 W. Cermak Rd. Interment Bohemian National. Visitation Tuesday 2 to 9 p.m. 749-2255. KREMER Edward Kremer Sr., beloved husband of Solina, nee DiBartelo; fond father of Edward G. (Elizabeth) and Sally Kollch; grandfather ot four; brother of Agatha Davis, Helen Elfeldt, Marcella Hamm, William, Wallace and Charles. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a.m., from Bourna Chapal, Ltd. Kedzie Ave., at 65th PI,, to St. Nicholas ot Tolentlne Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. Please omit flowers. Visitation Tuesday 3 until 9 p.m. 737-3232. KUHN Alexander X. Kuhn, of LaG range Park, beloved husband of Henrietta, nee Roth, father of Robert (Carolyn), Mercedes (Daniel) Keller, Alexander (Shirley), Marianne (William) Bowers and Francis (Bernadette); grandfather ot 28; great-grandfather of 19; brother of Sr. Alexandra, Marlorle Lyons and Marie Blttner. Visitation 3 to 9 p.m., Tuesday at Halfowall ft Jamaa Funaral Homa, 40 S. Ashland Ave., LaGrange. Funeral Mass 10 a.m., Wednesday at St. Francis Xavler Church, LaGrange. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery, in lieu of flowers memorials mav be given to St. Vincent De Paul Society, co St. Francis Xavier Church. 352-1298 LAY Rosa (Pircher) Lav, Of cnicago, beloved wife of George; fond mother of Walter Pircher and the late Frank J. Pircher; dear mother-in-law of Shir lee M. Pircher; grand mother of seven; great-grandmother of one. Visitation at the Ahlohm ft Sona Funaral Homa, 201 N. Northwest Hwv,, Palatine, from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral fWednesdav 9:30 a.m., to St. Thom- dfai ot Vliianova Church. Mais at 10 a.m. Interment St. Michael. Mass-fM pnrtated 358-7411. t 9 f Lion Is -. LECH0WICZ See Lambert H. Keller notice. LE0RZEL Jam, Leonard F. Leonel, yet WW ES II, beloved husband of Mar-"7 cel1' "ee Barg; dear father of Richard (Dlanal and Michael (Patricia) Bllgh; loving grandfather of five; greatgrandfather of two; fond brother ol Bernice Schmall, Dorothy Merey, Willard and Howard Leonel. Retired employee of Vapor Corp. Resting at Lawranca Funaral Homa, 4800 N. Austin, at Lawrence, Tuesday 3 to 9:30 p.m. Fu- ucigi vveuneboav y; a.m. to 5t. Pnscilla Church. Interment St. Joseph, in lieu ot flowers, Masses preferred. 736-2300. LESNIAK Irene Lesniak, nee Skuydlewskl, loving mother of William (Susan), Sandra and the late Robert; dear sister ol Florence (Leo) Donnelly; grandmother of Tina and Beth Ann. Funeral Thursday, 10:45 a.m. from Caaay-Laakowakl t Son Funaral Homa, 4540-50 W. Diversey Ave. to St. Genevieve Church. Mass 11:30 a.m. Interment Marvhill Cemetery. Visitation Wednesday, 2 to 9:30 P.m. 777-O300 LEUENBERGER George F. Leuenberger, beloved husband of the late Loretta D ; "I"?',,? James G- (Shirley) and Wl 1 1 lam w. (Rita); grandfather of Martin w. Services Wednesday 1 p.m. at Zakgar-Muallar Funaral Homa, 6453 W. Trying Pork Rd. Visitation Tuesday 1 to 9 p m interment Mount Emblem Cemetery. 736-2693. LISZKIEWICZ 5., T yl,le"'lc'' dear sister! ?LW?1?'.E(,ln (Irene), Loretta, the la e Helen (the late Alex) Kupciyk and Henry; loving aunt of. ESV ni5cs nd nephews. Funeral Wednesday 9 a.m. from Malac a Sona Funaral Homa, 6000 N Milwaukee Ave., to St. Tarclssusl S 30 m- Interment St. Adalbert. Visitation Tuesday 2-9:30 p.m. 774-4100. 10UGHREY Ramona Loughrey, nee Wolf, beloved Wife nf lama. A I , ----- ..... v. uu(l,ta ..wuviiiey; devoted mother of Suianne (Ray) namona (Bunny) DuBois, Carole (Jack) Ouradnlk and James P. (Janet) Loughrey; dear grandmother of 12; great-grandmother ol nu, iwvuig sisrer-in-iaw ot Norine Loughrey and Ethel Falk. Visitation Monday 6 to 10 p.m., Tuesday 2 to 10 p.m. Funeral Wednesday X . "um ,nB Andrew j. Son Funeral Home, 10727 s. Pulaski Rd., to St. Damian Church, Oak Forest, for Mass ol the resurrection at 10:30 a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. Retired employee of Continental Assurance Co. ST3-77O0. LUNDAHL William S. Lundahl, loving father of Barbara Mehan; grandfather of David, Susan and Daniel; dear uncle of Pat, Bill, Pax ton, Ronald, Sandra and Tay. Funeral service Wednesday, Dec. 12, 11 a.m. at Matx Funaral Homa, 410 E. Rand Rd., Mt. Prospect. Interment St. Joseph. Visitation Tuesday 4 to S p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the National Wildlife Federation appreciated. 394-2336. LYSKAWINSKI Victoria C. Lyskawinskl, nee Wablch, beloved wife of the late Edward and the late Joseph Tworkoski; loving mother of Dorothy (Richard) Bieneman, Anthony Tworkoski and the late Jean Falco; dear grandmother of four; and great-grandmother of two; fond sister of Helen Soborowici, Alois, Josephine Ewald, John, the late Stanley and the late Anthony. Funeral on Wednesday, Dec. 12, 1964 at 9 a.m. from Potarak Funaral Homa, 5735 W. Fullerton, corner of Mango, to St. James Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday from 1 til 9 P.m. 237-6400. MARTI RE Frank M. Mart I re, age 90, beloved husband of the late Concetta; fond father of Louis (Mary, nee Mu5colino) and Arthur (Lldia, nee Gerbasl); grandfather of Marilyn (Jerome) Kuffel, Robert L. (Christy), Frank A. and Connie (Nino) Ottollno; great-grandfather ot four. Funeral Thursday, 8:45 a.m., from John Raoo Sona Funaral Homa, ; 721 N, Western Ave., at Superior, 1 to Holy Rosary Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Mount Carmel Cemetery. 4th Degree Memeber of St 1 Lvr counsel K of c. visttati .. Tuesday, 6-9:30 p.m. and Wednesday, 2-9:30 P.m. Into 276-6056. MARX Henrietta Marx, 83. Private grave-site services wre held on Dec. 10 at Montrose Cemetery. For info. 764-0071. MATUSIK Josephine R. Matuslk, nee Noman&Ki, aeany beloved wife of John; loving mother ot Catherine (Carl) Kaminskv and Stanley (Mary Ellen); devoted grandmother of Mary Jo and Mark Kaminskv, Kathleen (Sean) O'Mallev and Matthew Matuslk. Funeral Thursday, Dec. 13, 9 a.m. from DaNtcolo-Laanlak Funaral Homa, 5734-40 W. Diversey Ave., corner of Mango. Mass 10 a.m. at All Saints Chapel, 970) Hlgglns. Interment All Saints Parish Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday 5 to 9 P.m.ftVedrwsday 2 to 9 p.m. 689-0115. -.. was not expected to attend the funeral service. MRS. MORRISON was graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Hunter College at 19 and came to the Pasadena Playhouse to study acting. During her 35-year career, she landed several roles in radio, stage and television productions and acted in nearly 15 films. She made her film debut in "Quicksand," piaying opposite Mickey Kooney. She appeared with Cagney "The Time of Your Life" 11948!. " in the Streets" 1953 and "Man of a Thousand Faces 1957. Her final film, "The Annunciation," was a drama produced in 1983 by the Catholic-run Family Theater of Los Angeles. She starred in the picture with actress Helen Hayes. Besides Bill and James Cagney, she is survived by two daughters, Mary Anne Roberts of Athena, Ohio; and Theresa of Newport Beach; and a grandson. News producer George Murray NEW YORK AP George F. Murray, an award-winning producer at NBC News and CBS News for three decades, has died at age 55. Mr. Murray won a Peabody Award as executive producer of "Tornado! 4:40 p.m., Xenia, Ohio," the 1974 NBC News documentary that described the effects of one of the larger and more destructive tornados in U.S. history. Mr. Murray died Saturday of a heart attack. While with NBC, Mr. Murray directed "The Huntley-Brinkley Report" and "Chet Huntley Reporting," a half-hour weekly news program. He was producer and director of NBC News' coverage of the 1964 political convention and election, and he was executive producer of election coverage for the network in 1968 and 1972. McMAHON Sean Michael McMahon, age 21, of Hanover Park, beloved son of Sheila and Phillip; loving brother of Kellev, Phillip (Bud), Sheila, Patrick, Timothy, Terrance, Kathleen and Michael; devoted grandson of Phillip C. McMahon and Mary Burke; darling nephew ot Maureen (James) Pratt, Eileen (John) Hart, Patricia (Thomas) Egan, Michael (Susan) Burke, Lor-, raine Varson and Rose McMahon; fond pal to many cousins; dearest friend of Eric and Marcel Staniak. Funeral service 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at Martin Funaral Homa Homa, Ltd., 333 S. Roselie, (Bloomingdale ko.i Kosene, to baint Ma reel line - Church, 820 Springlnsguth Rd., , Schaumburg, for 10 a.m. Mass. Interment Saint Michael the Arc Angel. Visitation 6 to 9 p.m. Monday and 2 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. In lieu of flowers conributlons to Saint. Wiarcelilne Church appreclatecd. 529-5751. McMAHON Jeremiah J. McMahon, beloved husband of Luella, nee Rllev; fond father of Patricia (Larry) Harman, Kathleen (Keith) Griffin, Jerry (Denise) McMahon, William McMahon, Margaret (Michael) McMahon, Michael McMahon; grandfather of 12; member of Chicago Fire Department. Mass of the Resurrection was 11 a.m. Monday, Dec. 10, at Santa Maria del Popolo Church. Interment Ascension Cemetery. For Information, 566-8020. MILLER Josephine E. Miller, beloved wife of the late James; devoted mother of Robert (Judy), Richard and Ronald (Beverly); dear sister ot Mildred Osborn, Charles and Smith Bracev; fond grandmother of Kristin, Kevin, Scott and Kimberly. Funeral Thursday 10 a.m. at Satemo'a Galewood Chapela, 1657 N. Harlem Ave. Chapel service 10:30 a.m. Interment Mount Vernon Memorial Park. Visitation Tuesday 2 to 10 P.m., Wednesday 2 to 10 p.m. 889-1700. MUGNAI Catherine Mugnal, nee Peterson, age 69, Dec. 10, wife of the late Alexander; mother of Alexander, Elizabeth (Paul) Schaetzle, Catherine (Albert) Slegel and Patricia (Rolando) Percoco; sister of Elizabeth Suwanskl; grandmother of 15; great-grandmother of six. Resting from 6 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday and 2 to 9 p.m. Wedncsdsav af , Tha Watt-Roaa-Allanaon Funaral Chapal, 55 Center St., Elgin. Mass 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Margaret , Mary Catholic Church, Algonquin. Burial Algonquin Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Amerl- ! can Cancer Society. Information, 742-2100. MURNANE i John F. Murnane Sr., beloved husband of Margaret, nee LeBeau; , loving tather of John F. (Jane), Mary (Kevin) McGurk, Peggy, Joan and Kathleen; fond brother of James, Marlelivn (Bill) Brlce and the late Martin. Funeral service : Wednesday 9:30 a.m. from Tha Skafa Tarraoa Funaral Homo, 7612 N. Milwaukee Ave., Niles, to St. . John Brebeuf Church for 10 a.m. Mass. Interment All Saints Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday 2 to 9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the American Cancer Society. Member of American Legion Post No. 42 and St. John Brebeuf Holy Name Society. 966-7302. NANGLE John J. Nangle, age 62, of Evanston, beloved son of the late Ml- . chael J. and Anne Nangle; brother of Mary C. Nangle. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., from Don nallan-Fltzgorald-Franklln Funaral ' Homa, 1571 Maple Ave., Evanston, to St. Mary Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment All Saints Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday 3 to 9 p.m. Masses preferred. 669-2900. NENDEL Tiilie Nendel, beloved wife of the late Nels G.; dear mother of William (Catherine); grandmother ol two; great grandmother of four. Visitation 3 til 9 p.m. Tuesday at Pataraon Funaral Homa, 6938 W. North Ave. Services Wednesday 11 a.m. Interment Mount Emblem. In lieu ot flowers, memorials to Princeton Chitdrens Home. 637-4441. NETZELMANN ! Henry E. Netielmann, beloved hust band of Etliabeth, nee Baltershall; loving father ot Linda (John) Beegle and James Netzelmann; fond brother of Eleanor Maarf; grandfather of Matthew and Amy. Funeral 11 a.m., Wednesday, at the Adama-Wlntartlatd Funaral Homa, 4343 Main St., Downers Grove. Interment Mount Emblem Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials to tha Little Friends, 140 N. Wright St., Napervllle. IL 60540. Member of Grove Lodge No. 874 afj, am, Medlnah Temple and Telephone PI-' oneers of America. Visitation 2 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. 960-1000. To place a death notice in the Tribune, call M. Hale,, at or Mk. Davis at 222-4CC3 , in A

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