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Obituaries Obituaries Abernethy Services for Jane Abernethy, 42, a physical, therapist in Wheaton, St. Mark's Episcopal Church, at 10 a.m. Monday in Glen Main Street and Hillside Avenue, Ellyn. Mrs. Abernethy died Oct.

1 at her home in Naperville. She worked at Marion Joy Rehabilitation Center in Wheaton, and was in charge of adult education and junior high youth activities at St. Mark's. Mrs. Abernethy also was active in Naperville Area Cub Scouts and the Naperville Task Force for Drug-Free Youth.

She had lived in Glen Ellyn prior to moving to Naperville. Mrs. Abernethy is survived by her husband, Bill; a daughter, Susan; two sons, Mark and David; and her mother, Margaret Derby. Charles; 11 grandchildren; and 5 great-grandchildren. Bette G.

Sitzberger Mass for Bette G. Sitzberger, 70, former owner of Adcraft Manufacturing Co. in Broadview, makers of advertising buttons, will be said at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Church, 306 W.

4th Hinsdale. She died at her Oak Brook home on Friday. She was a member of the Illinois Thoroughbred Horse Racing Association. Survivors include four daughters, Deborah, Bette Jo Gorman, Sue Williams and Sandra Matts; a sister; a brother; and 1 19 grandchildren. Daley to laud 25 for help to women By: Linnet Myers Twenty-five agencies and people, including the social who blew the whistle on convicted former school principal James G.

Moffat, will receive awards Thursday from Cook County State's Atty. Richard Daley's women's task force. Marsha Niazmand, who was a Kelvyn Park High School social worker, came forward after a student. told her in 1984 that Moffat had been sexually, abusing her. Niazmand struggled with the school system and then turned to the criminal justice system to make sure the abuse would stop.

"I just wanted him to leave her alone," said Niazmand, who will receive one of the special awards from the women's issues task force. The task force will hold an awards ceremony in the Cook County Board's meeting room for those who tried "to improve conditions- for women in society," Daley said. He said the awards are "particularly meaningful" because people nominated from their own communities candidates who had earned special respect through their efforts. In Niazmand's case, those efforts resulted in a 15-year prison term for Moffat, who was convicted of sexually abusing four boys and a girl' while he was principal of the Northwest Side school. Other awards will go to: Mary Scott-Boria, director of Chicago Sexual Assault Service Network on West 15th Place, who helped develop support services for Mass for Stephen P.

Zidek, 85, a former resident of Riverside who was semiretired in Coral Springs, will be said at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, 126 Herrick Riverside. Mr. Zidek, who died Friday in Coral Springs, was president of Midland Metal Products Chicago, which produces merchandising display racks and metal specialties.

He was well-known in the lamp industry: as a manufacturer of lampshades and frames in the 1920s and 1930s. Mr. Zidek was the former owner of Van Dyke Industries, a manufacturer of fluorescent lighting. He is survived by his wife, Bernice; a daughter, Louise Pavlin; a son, Stephen P. Zidek rape victims, particularly in black and Hispanic neighborhoods.

Ann Mayer, director of Sisterhouse, a North Side home for women released from jail that tries to prevent them from returning to crime. Barbara Cimaglio, administrator at Northwest Youth Outreach on Irving Park Road, an agency that helps young people who are involved in drug abuse. Pagan, a worker at the House of the Good Shepherd shelter for battered women in the Lake View neighborhood. Mary Sue Morsch, sole staff worker of the Illinois Task Force on Child Support, who helps singleparent families collect court-ordered child support payments. Mary D.

Moss, police beat representative program coordinator, who works in the Englewood District helping crime victims. Grace Halperinof Evanston, for helping to pass the Spousal Health Insurance Rights Act on state and federal levels. Carrie Johnson, a volunteer at the Southwest Mental Health Center on West 79th Street, who helps residents with counseling and crisis intervention services. Linda Lee Belknap of RushPresbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center, who works to prevent domestic violence, rape and incest.

Jennifer Artis, administrator of the St. Basil's Free People's Clinic in Englewood, who provides health care for poor families. Mary S. Stecher, of the Com- munity Family Service and Mental Health Center in LaGrange, for helping abused women and their children. Karen Skinner, a Forest Park resident who works to help battered women and their families at Sarah's Inn in Oak Park.

Christine Rechter of Country Club Hills, for her efforts to assist the elderly young women with problem pregnancies. Joanne Zerkel, a Star Newspapers editor in Chicago Heights, for addressing family problems in those publications and for assisting victims of domestic violence. Pat Adcock, a teacher at Thornwood High School in South Holland, who plans activities to enhance the educational opportunities of female students. Florence W. Forshey of Summit, for her work in opening the Constance Morris Shelter for abused women.

The organizations that will be honored are the Calumet Family Center on East 103d Street; the South Suburban Family Shelter, Homewood; the Lao Service Center in Uptown; the Child Care Initiative Program at the Jane Addams Center on Broadway; Sarah's Circle in Uptown; the Society for the Preservation of Human Dignity, Palatine; and Project Turning Point at Harper College, Palatine. The Pediatric Ecology Program at Mt. Sinai Hospital will be honored for efforts to prevent child abuse. 2 children injured in fire at South Side home Two children were in serious condition late Sunday after a fire engulfed their South Side home less than one block from a fire station, authorities said. The children, James Mobley, 5, and Jamie Friday, 6, both of 5020 S.

Union were being treated for burns and smoke inhalation, said Bob Heitsch, a spokesman at the University of Chicago's Bernard Mitchell Hospital said. James suffered minor burns and smoke inhalation, and his sister, Jamie, suffered burns to her upper body and smoke inhalation, Heitsch said. The homes' proximity to the fire station at 5000 S. Union probably saved the lives of the children, dispatcher A.L. Little said.

Firefighters were the first to notice the fire and "otherwise, we would have had to wait for a call," he said. SIMAC Carol E. Simac, nee Brown, beloved wife for 25 years to Chester loving mother of Teresa (fiance David), Kathleen, Christopher, Andrew and Victoria; devoted sister of Thomas (Phyllis) Brown, Robert (Susan) Brown and Edward (Karen) Brown; daughter of the late Thomas and Elisabeth Brown. Disabled LPN for Central DuPage Hospital. Resting at the Cypress Funeral Home, 1698 N.

Bloomingdale Rd. (between Army Trail Rd. and North Glendale Heights, on Sunday and Monday 2 to 9 p.m. Funeral Tuesday 9:30 a.m. to St.

Matthew Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Assumption Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Lake County Indiana Association for the Retarded, in memory of Carol E. Simac, the above Funeral Home.

653-7666. SITZBERGER Bette Sitzberger, of Oak Brook, beloved wife of the late Frank fond mother of Bette Jo (Earl) Gorman, Suzanne (Clark) Williams, Sandra (Timothy) Matts, Debra (Neil Dorman) Sitzberger and the late Francis (Jean) and Kenneth (Jeanne): grandmother of 19; sister of Dorothy Black and Bill (Jean) Dunne. Visitation at Ellison Funeral Home, First and Grant Streets, Hinsdale, Tuesday from 2 to 9 p.m. Funeral Mass Wednesday, 10 a.m. at St.

Isaac Jogues Church, Hinsdale. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Thomas Hospice, 7 Salt Creek Lane, Hinsdale, IL 60521 or the Fenwick Ken Sitzberger Scholarship Fund. Interment Queen of Heaven. 323-0275 TAYLOR Joseph L.

Taylor, beloved husband of Ann Taylor; uncle of many nieces and nephews. Services Tuesday, 10 a.m. at Zelger-Mueller Funeral Home, 6453 W. Irving Park Rd. Visitation Monday, 2 to 9 p.m.

In lieu of flowers donations to American Cancer Society appreciated. Interment Maryhill Cemetery. 736-2693 TOSCH Lydia S. Tosch, of Skokie, beloved wife of the late William dear mother of William R. (Betty): grandmother of Jeanie.

Funeral Tuesday, 11 a.m., at Haben Funeral Home, 8057 Niles Center Skokie. Interment Ridgewood Cemetery. Visitation Monday, 3 to 9 p.m. 673-6111. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Cancer Society appreciated.

TUREK Elsye Turek, beloved wife of the late Manuel: sister of the late Dr. Bernard Gumbiner, and the late Marvin Gumbiner; aunt of Sharon (Maynard) Rowe, Judy (Howard) Edison, Gail Friedopfer, Ken (Chris) Gumbiner, Lori (Paul) Festenstein, and Susan (Alex) Weisselberg. Graveside service 3:30 p.m. Monday, October 5, 1987, at Memorial Park Cemetery, 9900 Gross Point Road, Skokie. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Elsye Turek B'nai Torah Memorial Fund.

2789 Oak Street, Highland Park, IL 60035. Information, 433-7100. VALENTINO wife Marjorie Blum Valentino, nee Brown, beloved of Alex; loving mother of Sandra (Michael) Obvikovitz and the late Betty (Richard) Edwards: of sit; dear sister of the late Florence, Lucille, devoted grandmother of eight; great-grandmother Sam and Albert. Visitation Tuesday, 3 to 9 p.m. a Kenny Brothers, 3600 W.

95th Evergreen Park. Hill Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. interment Chapel Gardens, Worth, IL. 239-3600 Chicago Tribune, Monday, October 5, 1987 Section 2 7. KISS THE HIGH COST OF CLEANING GOODBYE! Merger Madness hits Monarch! Take advantage of these CARPET CLEANING genuine discounts from Chicago- SAVE land's most trusted cleaners of Our powerful mobile cleaning carpets, drapes and upholstery.

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Call today Arlington Heights 577-8439 Evanston. 328-5666 Niles. Blue Island 389-3224 Evergreen 424-6050 Northbrook. Calumet City. 862-0808 Harvey 333-1796 Oak Park.

Chicago 378-8600 Homewood 798-0141 Palos Heights Chicago Heights 754-0443 La 579-5050 Park Ridge Downers Grove 960-4825 Lakeview 248-4300 Skokie 677-3690 Elmhurst. 530-5759 Lincolnwood. 966-1566 Hammond. 932-5000 Authorities said both children were unconscious when firefighters arrived. The fire reportedly started in the girl's room in the one-story house and spread to the living room and the boy's bedroom.

The children were alone, Little said. But neighbors told firefighters they saw an unidentified person, probably a baby-sitter, escape from the back door of the house. The fire, reported at 9:36 p.m. Sunday, engulfed the house in flames within minutes, Little said. Although fire officials believe the children were playing with matches, the department's arson unit is investigating the blaze because "they figured it's suspicious because it went up real quick," he said.

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Dec. 89-04 89-11 89-04 89-06 05 Dec. 7.67 7.67 7.66 7.67 .01 WACHHOLZ Mathilde Wachholz, age 92, beloved wife of the late Arthur A. devoted mother of Arthur A. (LaVerne) Wachholz Jr.

of Carmel, IN and the late Shirley Lombard; loving grandmother of seven; great-grandmother of Service 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 8, 1987, at Edgar Funeral Home, 10900 S. Cicero Ave. Interment Bethania.

Memorials to the First Church of the Nazarene or the American Cancer Society preferred. Visitation 3 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. 423-1600 or 723-0876. WALSH Mary O'Hara Walsh, born to eternal life on Oct.

2, 1987, beloved wife of the late Edmund J. Waish; devoted mother of Marie; loving daughter of the late John and Nora O'Hara; dear sister of Margaret Kinsella, the late Sr. M. Carmella O.P., Martin O'Hara and Sr. M.

Gracita O.P. Visitation Sunday, 3 to 10 p.m., and Monday 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Funeral Tuesday, 9:15 a.m. from The Andrew J.

McGann and Son Funeral Home, 10727 S. Pulaski to St. John Fisher Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

Memorials, offerings may be made to the Sinsinawa Dominican Retirement Fund. ST3-7700 WALTER Marie Walter, beloved wife of the late Philip; loving mother Henry J. (Ruth), Emily, Philip (Elaine), Bernice (the late James) Weir and Lorraine (Leonard) Kurgan; dear grandmother of 10; great-grandmother of five; dear sister of the late Jack, Henry, Philip, Fritz, Ludwig. Emily; and stepsister of the late John, Mike, Christ, Wilhelm and Edward. Funeral services Tuesday, Oct.

6, 10 a.m. at Matz Funeral Home, 3440 N. Central Ave. Interment Fairview Memorial Park Cemetery. Please omit flowers.

Visitation Sunday and Monday, 2 to 9 p.m. 545-5420 WATT Lucile B. Watt, nee Benjamin, 94, at rest Sept. 29, 1987 in Chicago, beloved wife of the late Ardath Watt; survived by many loving relatives and friends. Visitation 10 a.m.

Tuesday, followed by 10:30 a.m. funeral service, at Lain-Fern Funeral Home, Western ave. at 100 st. Interment Pine Ridge Cemetery, in Loda, IL. Into.

238-1700. WEATHERWAX Ruby E. Weatherwax, 70, of Villa Park, beloved wife of Robert B. loving mother of Robert B. Ill (Linda) and Beverly (Anthony) Sostak; dear grandmother of five; sister of Dorothy Morlock and Elaine Barton.

Services Tuesday, 11 a.m., at Steuerle Funeral Home, 350 S. Ardmore Villa Park. Interment Mount Emblem. Visitation Monday, 3 to 9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the DuPage Easter Seals Treatment Center.

832-4161. To place your Dedication Announcement, (312) 222-2222 WENTZ Robert R. Wentz, beloved husband of the late Marie, nee Smith; loving father of Russell (Connie): dearest grandfather of Debra (John) Waters, Russell and great-grandfather of Jessica Marie Waters. Funeral Wednesday 11 a.m. Chapel service at the Belmont Funeral Home, 7120 W.

Belmont Avenue. Interment Concordia Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday 3 until 9 p.m. 286-2500. WILKES Geraldine Wilkes, beloved wife of the late Leo loving mother of Leo, Colette, Gerald and Bernadette; fond grandmother of eight; dear sister of Walter and Gus.

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, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Monday, 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. 586-7900 WINN Anna Winn, nee Moeller, age 104, devoted mother of the late Mildred (Homer) Smith: loving grandmother of Donald (Peggy) Smith and Bob (Tessie) Smith; dear great-grandmother of five; great-great-grandmother of six; fond sister of the late George Moeller.

Memorial service Tuesday, October 6, 11 a.m. at the Evergreen Mausoleum, 87th Street and S. Kedzie Avenue, Evergreen Park, IL. Information, Andrew J. McGann and Son Funeral Home, ST3-7700.

WOJNOWSKI Aloysius "AI" Wojnowski, Veteran of the Korean Conflict, beloved husband of Theresa Elizabeth, nee Looney; dear father of Joseph (Charlotte), Steven (Rita) and Daniel (Janis): grandfather of Elisa, Colleen and Amanda: loving son of Frances, nee Mularski, and Henry F. Sosnowski, and the late Aloysius S. Wojnowski, Visitation Monday only from 2 to 9 p.m. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. from Lawn Funeral Home, 7732 W.

159th to St. Julie Billiart Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. in lieu of flowers, memorials to the American Cancer Society appreciated.

429-3200 ZIDEK Stephen P. Zidek, late of Coral Springs, FL, formerly of Riverside, president of Midland Metal Products Co. of Chicago, beloved husband of Bernice loving father of Louise A. Pavlin, and Charles E. (Barbara) Zidek; dear grandfather of Michael, Thomas.

Stephen, Timothy, and Charles J. Zidek; Joan (Jeffrey) Ward, Cheryl (David) Piasta, Sandra (Alexander) Billyard, Geoffrey and Heather, Stephen Pavlin; David fond great Piasta, of Jennifer and and Cynthia and Stephen Billyard. Services Wednesday, October 7, 9:30 a.m. from Ivine Funeral Home, 80 E. Burlington Road, Riverside, to St.

Mary Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven. Visitation Tuesday, 3 to 9 p.m. 447-2261.

ZIRNGIBL Marie J. Zirngibl, beloved daughter of the late George and Tillie, nee Thompson; loving sister of Clarence (Susan) and Henry (Virginia); dear aunt of Mark and James. Funeral Tuesday. 9:30 a.m. from the Jaeger Funeral Home, 3526 N.

Cicero St. Bartholomew Church, Mass 10 a.m. interment Irving Park. Visitation Monday, 2 to 9 R46. p.m.

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