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DETROIT FREE PRESSTue., Jan. 21, 1986 3B obituaries Music man entertained for 40 years C Sammy Woolf was a music man who got his start singing with the Dorsey Brothers in the big band era. -J,He was in the entertainment business for decades," his son, Elroy, said. Woolf, a singer and conductor of the Sammy Woolf Orchestra, performed locally for 40 years. ,,"He was involved with the USO during the Second World War, and he had done numerous charitable benefits. "He was a man who made a lot of people happy. He came from a family of 1 0, and he was a youngest, so he had many nephews and nieces his age, and they all adored him." ,' Samuel Woolf died of heart disease Saturday in Cape Canaveral, Fla. He was 78. In addition to his career in music, he worked as a furniture sales representative. Southfield, where he lived, declared May 25, 197J, Samuel Woolf Day when he retired from entertainment, and gave him the key to the city. At his death, he had a summer home in Bloomfield Hills and a winter home in Cocoa Beach, Fla. He belonged to the American Federation of Musicians, the Mosaic Lodge of the Masons, the Brandeis Lodge of if; .VrxV-; d X Musician Sammy Woolf: South-field, where he lived, declared May 25, 1 971 . Samuel Woolf Day when he retired from entertainment, and gave him the key to the city. B'nai B'rith and the Furniture Travelers Club of Michigan. Besides his son, survivors include his wife, Ann; two daughters, Margo Cohen and Bunny Nickamin; 10 grandchildren, and a brother. The funeral will be at 11:30 a.m. today at the Ira Kaufman Chapel, 18325 W. Nine Mile, Southfield. Burial will be in Machpelah Cemetery, Fern-dale. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association, 16310 W. Twelve Mile Road, Southfield 48075. Max Davis, Eastern Market fish merchant Max Davis, an Eastern Market merchant since 1934, died Monday at his Southfield home. He was 80. In 1934, he founded United Fish Distributors, which is still active at the market. He was president of the company. He belonged to Adat Shalom Synagogue in Farmington Hills. Survivors include a son, Lewis; a daughter, Beverly Olender; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren, a brother and a sister. A funeral will be at 1 p.m. today at Ira Kaufman Chapel, 18325 W. Nine Mile, Southfield. Burial will be in Clover Hill Park Cemetery, Berkley. The family suggests memorials to charity. Norman Cottier, owned vegetable market Services for Norman Cottier, former owner of a popular Detroit fruit and vegetable market at Dexter and Davison, will be at 1:30 p.m. today at Hebrew Memorial Chapel, 26640 Greenfield Rd., Oak Park. Burial will be in Pinsker Cemetery, Mt. Clemens. Mr. Cottier, 89 and one of 13 children, died Monday at Providence Hospital in Southfield. He came to Detroit from the Ukraine in 1 960 and opened a market at Dexter and Davison. Hemoved it to Wyoming and Curtis, then to Ten Mile and Coolidge. The store eventually was bought by Borman's Inc. Mr. Cottier, of Southfield, served in the Jewish Legion in Palestine in 1918 and 1919 and was active in many Jewish organizations. He is survived by his wife, Anna; four daughters, Sylvia Cohen, Made-lyn, Hilda Lezell and Bess Levin; three brothers; a sister, and 12 grandchildren. Christian Mathews Jr., Mt. Clemens surgeon Services for Christian F. Matthews Jr., a prominent Mt. Clemens surgeon, are scheduled for 1 1 a.m. Wednesday at Grace Episcopal Church, Mt. Clemens. Burial will be in Clinton Grove Cemetery, Clinton Township. Dr. Matthews, 58, died Sunday at his home after a long illness. He was former president of the Macomb County Medical Society and former chief of surgery and chief of staff at St. Joseph Hospital in Mt. Clemens. In 1952, he received his medical degree from Wayne State University. He was a member of the Old Crowd, a brotherhood of some of Mt. Clemens' most distinguished citizens, and the Kiwanis Club, and was a vestryman at Grace Episcopal. Survivors include his wife, Jacqueline; sons Richard and Christian III; a daughter, Ann Brewer; four grandchil dren and two sisters. Harold W. Vick Funeral Home, 140 S. Gratiot, Mt. Clemens, is handling the services. Memorials are suggested to Grace Episcopal Church or to charity. Lebanon militias mass to isolate president By DAVID ZENIAN United Press International BEIRUT Syrian-backed militias fired on Christian strongholds and massed their forces at strategic points Monday as their leaders moved to politically isolate the government of President Amin Gemayel. Military sources said the Muslim and Druze militia leaders had not decided whether to mount an all-out offensive against the Christian president, whom they blame for the collapse of an inter-militia peace pact intended to end 11 years of civil war. The sources said gunners from the Syrian Social Nationalist Party, a Lebanese Muslim militia, opened up with heavy artillery Monday afternoon on Gemayel's mountain stronghold at Bik-faya, 1 1 miles northeast of Beirut. Members of the Progressive Socialist Party, a Druze militia, fought army units loyal to Gemayel with machine guns and rocket grenades in the Shouf Mountains east of the city, the sources said. The Druze have a secretive reli gion that draws mostly from Islamic tradition, although they regard themselves as neither Muslim nor Christian. WITNESSES REPORTED seeing PSP and other militia units massing in the Shouf Mountains and near Bikfaya. A similar buildup was reported around Souk el Gharb, a Lebanese army garrison seven miles southeast of Beirut. The military sources said the militias were building up their strength after being surprised over the weekend at the success of army counter-attacks around Bikfaya. Prime Minister Rashid Karami and a number of other Muslim leaders who met with Syrian officials in Damascus over the weekend hope to force Gemayel out of office, political sources said. Karami has said he holds Gemayel responsible for delaying implementation of the agreement and that Gemayel should be ousted unless he swiftly starts work "on achieving salvation." Mortgage frauds cost HUD tens of millions By PHILIP SHENON New York Times WASHINGTON - U.S. investigators have said in recent days that they have uncovered a pattern of frauds against the Department of Housing and Urban Development involving falsified documents used to obtain tens of millions of dollars in government-backed mortgages. More than a dozen real estate agents and mortgage industry officials have been indicted or convicted because of their involvement in such schemes in southern New Jersey. In the last year, similar swindles have been reported in Houston, Seattle and Milwaukee. The housing agency said it appeared that the frauds were related. "We're very alarmed, because there seems to be some sort of whispering campaign among these people," said Robert Nipp, an agency spokesman. "These schemes go from city to city, and it looks like they use the same routine." In Washington and elsewhere, officials say, investors used fraudulent applications to secure mortgages backed by HUD, often claiming that buyers had made substantial down payments when they had paid no money. Court documents filed by the government suggest that the loans were based on inflated appraisals. MANY OF the mortgages then went into default, leaving the government liable for the loans, they said. Prosecutors say that the swindle, in effect, allowed investors to be reimbursed by HUD at fraudulently inflated prices. Investigators say the largest of the frauds apparently took place in Washington, and that they are studying nearly 500 mortgages guaranteed by the Federal Housing Authority, a branch of HUD, in low-income areas of the capital. A federal official knowledgeable about the investigation said that the government faced a possible loss of more than $25 million in Washington alone, which makes it potentially the costliest mortgage swindle in HUD's history. The official said indictments were expected soon, and that nearly 20 people, including big real estate investors, were targets of the inquiry by the housing agency and the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia. Most of the people publicly identified as subjects of the investigation could not be reached by telephone or were unwilling to talk with reporters. The few who agreed to discuss the investigation denied they had done anything wrong. deaths elsewhere James L. Hicks, 70, trailblazing newsman ... James L. Hicks, 70, a former war correspondent and former executive editor of the New York Voice and the Amsterdam News has died in New York. "He probably was one of the national deans of black reporters. I'd call him a crusading reporter and trailblazing reporter for nearly half a century," said James Booker, former political editor of the Amsterdam News. Hicks, who also was commissioner of the state human rights division, was honored by the New York City Council and the Manhattan borough president in 1984 with proclamations declaring James L. Hicks Day. He began his career in 1932 as a columnist for the Cleveland Call & Post. His reporting career was interrupted as he rose from private to captain in the Army in World War II, receiving a presidential citation for commanding troops in New Guinea. From 1 945 to 1955, he was Washington bureau chief of the National Negro Press Association, representing the Afro-American newspaper group and 75 black newspapers. , Hicks was the first black war correspondent to land in Korea and the first black person accredited to cover the United Nations. 'From 1955 to 1966, Hicks was executive editor of the Amsterdam News, considered for many years the nation's largest black weekly. Hicks became executive editor of the New York Voice, which calls itself New York's interracial newspaper, in 197. He recently had? resigned from the Voice because of ill health. For a guide to finer skiing, informed Yuppies choose... Hair: Stylistically moussed for that totally in look. Skin: Sufficiently tanned at tne health club tan ning salon. Gloves: Designer, of course. Liquid Refresh ments: White wine or Perrier, anyone? Personal Stereo: Ski to all those groovy tunes from the Sixties. 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Santeiu V Son Funeral Home, Garden City, Cottier, Norman Services 1:30 p.m. neorew Memorial inapet Coulter, Malcolm. Funeral 8:30 a.m. uearoorn cnapei ot tne; Howe-Peterson Funeral Home, v a.m. at sacred Heart cnurcn. Davis, Max. Services 1 p.m. at me ira Kaufman inapet. Dickson. Vernon Funeral ser Ivice 1 p m at Livonia Assembly of God Church. Arrangements by r-reo wood i-unerat Home. Evans, Baron. Funeral service l p. nt. ai inc k.u. a v.k. nam) Funeral Home. Flynn, Etta. Services 1 p m. at tne jonn n. ameiu a, on run eral Home, Garden City. IGatscher, Marion. Mass 9:30 a.m. ai 31. nenry s iainunc cnurcn Arrangements dv j.u. Peters FuneralHom. Landefeld, Mary Ellen. Funeral u: 5 a.m. rrom u orien s-na- pelTed C. Sullivan Funeral Home. it. oeraio Lnurcn at 1 1 Lukasiewskl, Clara. Funeral v:i5 a m. raui runerai nome, and 10 a.m. St. Angela Church. IManiaci, Catherine. Funeral 9 a.m. trom Frank J. caicaterra Funeral Home. Inc.. Detroit, to M. Mary s Lnurcn at iu. McCall. Larrv. Funeral 11a.m. from Girrbach-Krasun Funeral Home (soutngate cnapei) Miller, John. Funeral 1 p.m. Tuesday at the First United IVICll'UUISI Mliai'VC mank hu the Athlov Crntt Fun eral Home. Morang, Catherine. Funeral 9 lam. from the Weitenberner Funeral Home, to St. urenoan Churcn at y:JU a.m. Sender. Julia. Graveside ser vices Ida. m.atOakview Cemetery. Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial cnapei. Shaffer, Samuel. Funeral 1 p.m. at Harry J. Will Funeral Home. Siminskl, Mary. Services 10:30 a m. Satewski Funeral Home, to St. I nomas Aquinas at nam. nruanre. Onal. Service 1 D m. n tne naroa w. v ck runera Home, Mt. Clemens, mi. Ca4man Ualan Corlrot in a.m. al Acacia Park Cemetery inapei. wrraiiuemeni, win. n. Hamilton Co. Wallace, Rose. Funeral 11am. at imc roviiiiiaiiii a Tiaoii run- eral Home. Winowlecki, Richard. Funeral 9:30 a.m. at the Sprort Funeral Home. St. Louis the King Church at 10. Woolf, Samuel. Services 11:30 a m. at the ira Kautman cnapet, Funerals Today ABRAHAM MARIE. Beloved wife of the late oeorge; dear motner ot ear ham malpl Rrplsfnrri. Bil (Earteen), Jim (Bev), Dan (Linda); dear sister of Renee Sawava, Jean Willerton, Louise roiiiinviMe anu jumii jManecn, akn turuivpri hv fi arandchil- dren. Visitation Tuesday 4 to 9 p.m. Wednesday noon to 9 p.m.i Trisagian prayer service yveanebaav o p.m. ai ine ?pum-field Funeral Home, 18338 W. 12 Mile. 1 1 piK. w. ot soutntieio ko.i In stale Thursday 10 a.m. at St. George Orthodox Church until time nt service al a m nter men! Woodlawn Cemetery. BREESE ELLSWORTH J. Beloved hus band of Geraldine: dear father ot Barbara xeio, jamce Graham, Paul E., Judy Gogola, James M., oary u., Larry u. 1 inria Smith. Robert G. ani Amy D.; three brothers and V aranrirhilriren also survive. r-.. -r-... in. on - M ib,.i uncial uuot, ly jy d .111. rtavi unera Home. 2bju Gratiot, Kosevine. BRENNAN ANNA M. Beloved wife of the late Thomas J.; dearest mother of Sr. Mary Anne O.P.. Kathryn workens, t nomas J tueen senm or. a ce ieLn s, jonn m..i also survived oy it granacnu-riren A 33 areat-arandchildren runerai weanesoay Y:oua.m. ai A H Peters Funeral Home. jiuw scnoennerr at zvtasonic uiq ftrti p . warren ano ua.m. ,t Martin De Porres Cstholic Church. Rosary Tuesday 8 p.m. Memorial contributions may. be made to the Adrian uominician Sisters, Adrian mi. COMEAU FRANK B. January 18. Beloved hiithanri of Catherine: dear father of Constance Silver and Candice McKenna; grandfather of three; brother of Lester. Ser vice I uesoav 1 1 a.m. at tne jonn N Santeiu A Son Funeral Home. 1139 Inkster Rd. (bet. Ford Rd. & v.neiry nm. COTTLER NORMAN. Beloved husband of Anna: dear lather ot Mrs. Ber nard (Sylvia) Cohen. Mrs. Ma delyn Cottier, Mrs. Hilda Lezell ano mrs. toward toess uevm; three brothers, one sister,! grandfather of Steven and Da- yid Cottier, Donald, Robert and Richard Cohen, Jeffrey and: Joel, Julia and Francine Levin and Lisa, Claudia and Amy. Services Tuesday 1:30 p.m. Hebrew Memorial Chapel. Interment Pinsker Cemetery. CZARNOTA ROSEMARY NEWMAN. Age 6. January w ot orownsiown rownshio Beloved wife of John; dearest daughter of Matthew and Laura Newman; also survived by her loving brother, Peter F. Newman; her mother and father-in-law Stanley and Virginia Ciarnota; her grandmothers Rosalia and Mary; her sister and brother-in-law. Karen and Robert Cook; and: her nephew Neai look, r-uneran services from the Maiienson Funeral Home, 10915 Allen Rd.l (corner of Goddard) Allen Park, Friday 9 a.m. to St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church at 10 a.m. Interment Our Lady of Hope cemetery. DAVIS ftAV DAlna hnchanH fit tho late Sally Davis; dear father of Lewis vnniriami uavi anu mi nnarvin iDeveny; , uicnucr, grandfather of Lorl (Owen) Miller, JoRpbin (William) Pul- lusrter, reiin tr,oieiw uai. .nen uavis. kuucm imumc; llender, Jeffrey Olender and ipnicp M an or auue. ui co - nr.nIlhar rtf DarhAl Pill- fusker, Randi Davis and Katie) yiender; oromer oi dch teen. Davis and nnrs. csiner nui-lander. Services 1 o'clock Tues- rtv Mfternnnn at the Ira Kaufman Chapel. Interment Clover Hill Kark cemetery. DICKSON VERNON. January 18. Beloved husband of Willodene; dear father of Barbara Dolan, Sam Dickson and Beverly Olwean; eignt granocnuoren; aiso sur vived by three sisters and one' orotner, n state rreo vvooc Funeral Home, Rice Chapel, lAlOfl Five Mitp. W of Farmina ton Rd. Monday and Tuesday 12! Inlnm pnri I iunnin Attpmhlv of God Church, 33015 W. Seven Miie Koao, yvednesoav u noon. until time of service at l p.m. DUNNING SIKIF near mother of Tho mas, Ann Engelhard! and Kainy wnitcner, aiso in grana-ohildren and 12 greal-grand-rhilHrpn tittpr of vinrenf Salvo. Scripture service Thurs.1030 a m. al the i.H. Peters Funeral Homo. 3?0C Schoenherr at Ma sonic tljVa Mile), in Warren. GALLIGAN JOHN. January 19. Beloved nusDano ot i eresa J ; dear father of Mrs Rustv f Patricia) Schwab, Jenny E. Presnell, Kavmono nn. Kvan, wiiiiam Rvan and Mrs. Robert (Mary) Hay, brother ot Francis Oam-gan and Margaret Whitman also survived by ten grandchildren and three brothers and four sisters living in Ireland Funeral Wednesday 9 30 a m at tne l.j. iTimn runerai nome, 7707MirtdlptpltRrt (At Ann Ar bor Trail) and to SI. Raphael the Arcnangei Lnurcn ai iu a m Rosary Tuesday 7:30 p.m. GARRELTS EDWARD C. January 19. 1986 Beloved husband of Emilv; dear father of Joyce Rogers (Jerome); grandfather ot Eric and Scott; also survived by three sisters. Funeral Wednesday n a m from Harry J. Will Fuenral Home, 370O0 Six Mile, Livonia, to St. Colette Church 1 1 30 a m HEARNDON GLADYS L., Jan 17, of Water-ville, Ohio, formerly of Livonia. Dearest mother of Leon, Mrs. Wallace Tedrick (Gloria) and Jerrv; grandmother ot 11, fireat-grandmother of five, sis-er of John D. and Lonme B. Durham, Grace Brown and Ruby Bagged. Services 11 a m. Wednesday at the Heeney-Sundquist Funeral Home, 23720 Farmington Rd., Farmington 4-5iu). visitation t to y p.m. uesday. KARAZIM WALLACE V. January 18, 1986 of Cheboygan. Formerly of Farmington Hills. Beloved husband of Gladys; dearest father of Wallace J., Jeffrey M , Mrs William DeLozier (Colette), Mrs. Gerald Lubig (Renee), Mrs. Peter Mockus (Micheie), Mrs. David Zalenski (Lorna), Marise and Mrs. Burton Decker (Cheryi);granotaTnerot li.aiso many nieces and nephews. Prayers 10:30 a m. Wednesday at the Heeney-Sundauist Funeral Home, 23720 Farmington Rd., Farmington (474-5200). Mass 11 a m. Wednesday at Our Lady of Sorrows Church, 23615 Power Rd., Farmington. Scripture Reading 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Visitation 1-9 p.m. Tuesday. KEOLEIAN ZABEL. Beloved wife of the late Levon, dearest mother of Elise (Vett) Parsigian, Harry (Geor-genia) Keoleian; loving grandmother of Linda, Ellen, David, Jeffrey, Karen and oary. visit ing Tuesday 1-4 and 6-9 p m. Prayers 6.30 pm. Tuesday, Southfield Funeral Home, 18338 12 Mile. (I blk. W. of Southfield Rd.) Funeral Wednesday 11 a.m. St. John's Armenian Church, Southfield. Interment Woodlawn. Memorials to St. John's Church Arrangements hv Simon Javiiian A Son Fun eral Directors, 626-7815. KERN ERNST F. January 19. Of Bloomfield Hills. Husband of Janet B. Kern, father of Ernst F. Kern Jr., Otto Kern III and Mrs. R. Channing (Kalherine) Arnold: brother of Richard C. Kern and Mary Louise Viger; also survived by eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral services Wednesday 11:30 a m. at Bell Chapel, Wm. R. Hamilton Co., 820 E. Maple Ave., Birmingham. Visitation Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p m. Memorial tributes to the American Diabetes Association. LACY KATHLEEN M. Of Dunedin, Florida. Formerly of Dearborn. Beloved wife of Edward; dear mother of Kathleen Hogan and Lila (Terry) Crossett; grandmother of Neil, Sarah and Da vid; sister ot Kennetn witcnen. Burial in Dunedin, Florida LENZ WILLARD R Jan. 17. Husband of Susan; father of Katie, stepfather of Lisa and Jackie; son of Dr. Willard and Mrs. Lorraine Lenz; brother of Mrs, Alan (Nancv) Bedell. Private funeral services were held at the Ver- hevden Funeral Home. NOWOROL HELEN (Janeczko), Ja"' 20 Dear mother of George S. (Sharon), grandmother o Gregory and Georgiann; sister of Gertrude Bromak, Genevieve Scibor, LlllianNarusiewicz, Cecelia Black, Leonard Janenkn, Chester Janeczko and Eienor Bode Servces Thursday 9 a.-i from the John N. SanteMi Son Funeral Home, 1119 muster Rd. (btwnFord Rd , Cherry Hi' ), to St Casimir Church at 10 a m. Rosary Wednesday 7 30 p m. PERGAMENT SOPHIE. Dear mother of Mis Donald (Rosalie) Shiff, .Vis Philip (Joyce Cheresh) V"""1'; 10 grandchildren. Servi'PS Wednesday 10 10 a.m. Hebrew Memorial Chapel REISCHEL MILTON H., age 73, Jan 19. Dear father of Mrs. RobP't (Marilyn) Schepansky, StprtoT (Elsa) and Mark (Robin; Grandfather of Pamela and coll Schepansky, also, Jo"', Jon and Amy Reisr.hel, b'Ot'''"' of Mrs. Doris O'Dell Memorial Mass at St John Hospital Chapel, Wednesday 1 30 p.m. Me morials to St. John Hosi'al Pastoral Care Dent Arrao" ments by Weitenberner Funeral Home, (3841 Gra'iol, Uetro.t ROHLOFF LEAH. Of Wvandofte Age 87 Died January 19 Dear mo"vr of George and August, dear ss ter of Arthur LaForesI; aist leaves II grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren Servke Wednesday January 22 at 1 p ri. from the Ralph W. Ridoe Funeral Home, 2272 West Jefie' son, Trenton InlPrmpnt Michiy."in Memorial Paik, Huron Imp RONALD ANNA. January 20. Be'ov I wife of the late Clarence, dev mother ot Robert, grandmo"-?r of Mrs Sharon Burl and Mis Carol Gillis, greal-grandniit'ier of four, sister of Lena Beniamm, Leo pull? and the late Lorene Suski. Services from lie Manns-Ferguson Funer.,1 Home, 17000 Middiebelt IS of 6 Mile) Wednesday 10.30 am Visitation Tuesday 2 5 and 7 9. SCHIAVI DARIOO. January 18 Husband of Judy; lather of Debra, Mi chael and Christine Smith-brother of Al (Lee). Funeial Wednesday 1130 am. at He Bagnasco-Tabbi Funeral Home, 25800 Harper, (be'wpi 10-11 Mile), St. Isaac jooues 12 noon. Noticeof time later. Dona tions to St Mary's of Orrhar-t Lake and the American C ani er Society would be appreciated. Rosary Tuesday 7:30 p m. SCHIFKO RONALD F. January 18, 19M. Beloved husband of Lorraine, Nearest father of Greog ad rad; loving son of Michapi and Stella, brother of Dariene Danko and the late Nor ben. son-in-law of Alma I ul"). Member of the Msgr Hunt K of C. Co 3312. Services Wed""S dav 9 30 a m from the SajewsH Funeral Home, Inc., 191 1 1 W l Warren, to St. Colette r hut. h at 10:30 a.m. Rosary Tuesday 7 p.m. Entombment St. Hedwig Mausoleum SEIBFRT ROBERT, January 18 Husband of the late Mary;brnthpr fit Mrs. Charles (Frances) Oapn Jr.; uncle of Mrs. Catherine Vc-lante, great-unrle of Brian anij Devra Volante. Funeral a' 'f,e Verhevden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Drive, Wednesday at 10 a m. SENDER JULIA. Beloved mother of Mrs. Max (Muriel) Markzon; thrpe grandchildren, two great gran-children. Graveside seivces Tuesday 10a m at Oak view Cemetery. Arrangements bv Hebrew Memorial Chapel LEWKO MARY. Beloved wife of the late Harry; dear aunt of John and Helen Lewko, Mike and Mary Perun and Mrs. Anna Hrvnik; also survived by several nieces and nephews. Funeral services t nursday tu 15 a m. a' ine Lna npl nl the F J Mandriulr Fun. eral Home, 22642 Ryan (1 blk. S nl 9 Mi ). in Warren 1 1 a m to St Josaphat Ukranian Catholic Church. Fananyoa at p.m Wednesday. LIPINSKI WILLIAM R. Age 65, of Holland formerly of Detroit. Died Sunday January 19th. Survived bv his wife Dorothy; two sons Kenneth of Lincoln Park and Robert ot Holland, two daughters vrs. Edwin (Lorraine) Close and Mrs. Darryl (Rosemary) Mitchell both of Holland; four grandchildren; two brothers Stanley and Ronald Bloch both of Detroit and one sister Mrs. Fred (Catherine) Reichel of Warren. Funeral service Wednesday 10:30a. m Our Lady ot tne Lake catnonc Lnurcn, Holland. Burial Restlawn Cemetery, Holland. Calling hours Tuesday 2 - 4 and 7 - 9 p.m. at the Dykstra-Nortnwood cnapei, 2y5 Douglas Ave., Holland LOMBARD ELLA MAY. formerly of De troit, peacefully after a lenghtly illness at the Kingston General Hospital. Kingston. Ontario on Monday, January 2U, IV86, in her 61st year. Ella May Ten-Fvck. dear mother of Patricia Mrs. John Bland, Catherine Stanton, Dotn ot Mngston ano Richard Lombard and his wife Susan Rrnwn. of Vancouver. Is land; loving grandmother of Geoffrey, Matthew and Mark Bland, Karen and David Stanton and Willis Lombard; dear sister of Dr. & Mrs. James TenEvck, of Nebraska. Resting at the James Reid Funeral Home, Ca-taratui Chapel (Counter Street) at Highway 2, Kingston. A memorial service will fake place in the chapel on Wednesday, January 22, at 11 a.m. followed bv creamation. Interment Catara-tui Cemetery. As expressions of sympathy Genetic Bone Research donations mav be made directly to the DeBelle Fund, Montreal Childrens Hospital, 2300 Tupper St., Montreal Quebec H3H1P3. MacINNIS CLARE (Keating). Age 83 Be loved wite ot uaniei .; gear mother of Marie Patricia, Sarah, James.Camille, Daniel, John and William, sister of Ca-millp I arin: also survived bv 15 grandchildren; one greaf- grandchild, two sisters and one rother. Funeral services from McCabe Funeral Home, 31950 W. 12 Mile Rd., Farmington Hills, Wed. 9 30 a.m. Mass from St. Ives Church, Southfield, 10 a.m. Memorials to Hospice, Focus Hope or Cause of Father Solonus Casey. MARCINKOWSKI JOHN Jan. 19, age 73. Dear brother ot At tugene ano Alexander M. (Marlene); dear uncle of Joan Chandler. Funeral Wednesday 9 a.m. Orlikowski Funeral Home, 2721 Holbrook, m, t-ionan Lnurcn t:ju a.m. Prayers Tuesday 7 p.m. MATTHEWS RAYMOND. Dear husband of the late Maroaret; dear father of Jennylee. Funeral services Friday 11am cnanes R. step Funeral Home, 18425 Beech Daly (utw. 6-7 Mile). Intomb-ment Sf. Hedwig Cemetery. MILSTEIN NATHAN. Newport Beach, Ca, former Detroiter. Beloved father of Michael, Beniamm, and Mrs. Michael (Gwen) Ar-chambault; dear brother of Dr ftrnoio rviiio, mi . jtTNwui Eve) Bergsman, Mrs. t-ieroeri Fave) Silverman; four grand children. Interment California. MOON nut riF J . nap 84. of Warren Wife of the lale Charles Glenn Moon; mother of Mrs. E. R. He- adlev, Benny i, moon Mrs. Eddie (Mary) Fiorini, Mrs. Ralph (Sue) Allen and Mrs. Larry (Shirley) Koebbe; sister of Mrs. Dollie Lindsay. Mrs. Er ie Smith, I ony ano Koy sioan; S grandchildren and 12 great- granchildren Funeral 11 am. Wednesday at the Kinsev-Gar-ren Funeral Home, 470 S. Lafayette, Royal Oak Interment Acacia Park Cemetery. Memorial contributions lo Central Woodward Christian Church fcndowment Fund. MURRELL BERTHA (Mary). Age 76. Beloved daughter ot the late Archibald and Bertha; dear sister of James and the late Ruby and Archie; also leaves 10 neices and nephews; and 16 great nieces and nephews. Services at the Fnnens.vanDeweohe Fun eral Home, 6150 Cadieux Road at Harper, Wed. at 11 a.m. In state 1 ues. atier 1 rrw SOWERSBY DOROTHY, age 89 Dear sister of Hazel Mellor. also survived by several friends. Funeral sr-vices Weds. 10 a the Hammond Chapel of the Goodnuft-Burnham Funetal Directors, 24501 Five Mile, Redford Twp STREHLKE MADELINE, at Maple Villa Nursing Home, Buriinoton. Ontario, on Sunday, Jan 19, lv6. Madeline (Williams; StieH'-e, of Burlington, Ontario formerly of Detroit. Beloved w'e of the lale Arthur Henry Slrphli-e in her 89th year. Dear mother of Ruth and her husband Ralph Harrison, of Burlington, Ontar o and William and his wife K a"iv, of Grandville, Mich. Dear sister of Mrs. Margaret Brown, ot Grandville, Mich, and prp dp-ceased by her brothpr Russ'l Williams, also survived bv I've grandchildren and ten greatgrandchildren. The family received friends at Smith's Funeral Home, 485 Brant St , Burlington, Ontario (416 637 3333) on Monday 3 5 and 7 9 pm. Private interment Rpse-land Park Cemetery, Den n't, Mich. Expressions of svmoiihy to a chanty of your choice sincerely appreciated. THOMAS PHYLLIS. January 70 Wife of the lale Harry; mother of Mrs. nrnll irnr rrLa- rtrmnti prncii iww 1,, n,kr nf Dhullic avlnn and Robert Drake great- ranamoincr gr nricussa a"u aiaii jo.iuii, a'-t.t-, v,, ...I Marie Keefe. Funeral at the Verhevden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Drive, Thursday at II am. In state Tuesday and Wednesday 2-4 and 7 - 9 p.m. TODD FRANK S., age 87 of Hazel Harn. tseioveo tamer or wiv, dear stepfather of Da'ton and Margaret Lrienn; oear oro-ner of Mrs. Elma Schneider, M'S. CslluUnnranrfAAit M,tU Ipr- nigan; dear grandfather of Mt s. Joseph (Cheryl) Sharrow, dear great grandfather of Joseph and Michael. Funeral services 1.30 p.m. Wednesday at the Ashley Scott Funeral Home. Hazel KarK iy rvii. kg, r'z u's ui John R). Visitation after 3 pm. Tuesday. TOMICH HELEN (nee SOBIERAJl, January 19, 1986 Age 59. Of Rovnl Oak. Beloved wife of I ouis; dear mother of Margaret A. Kreider, Susan J. and W't'iam L.; sister of Genevieve OudPk, Jacob Sobierai, Cetilia Sihus-Ipr tprnme sohiprai and Rita Zeller. Funeral at the Vasu. Rodgers & Conned Funeral Home, 4J5 in. wopowaiq (betw 13-14 Mile), Thursday 10 a.m. Mass al Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Church, Beverly Hills, 10 30. Visitation Tuesday 7 9 p m. Wednesday 2 9 p m. Po-sary Wednesday 7pm Bui ial Holy Sepulchre Memorials lo Hospice of Southeastern Michigan, 22401 Foster Winter Dr., Southfield, 48075, appreciated. VanKEUREN JUSTINE L. Age 87 of Romulus. Beloved wife of the late Horatio: dearest mother of Ray, Mi s. Leo (FTivms) liss, Mrs Adaioie Inar.ylnol Mrlall AA,c mon (Mane) Gregg Mis. I am bert (Jacqueline) Wrob'ewski, Mrs, Vivian Henselman, Howard, Carl and Oliver, a'so survived bv 47 orandrhi'd'en and 47 great grandchildren sister of Clara Faulhaber ad Charlotte Dypuie Servups Wed II am. Taylor Chant r-f the Howe-Pe'ersoo Funeral Home, 10501 S. Telegraph, anil 11.30 rom SI. Allied Catholic church. Rosary Tues. 7.30 PM WILLIAMSON MABEL (Smith), Jan 20 Be loved wife of the late Han v. dear mother of Mrs Rohpil (Margaret) Lewis. John (Ruth) Williamson and Mrs. Arthur (Suzanne) Antisdel, also ten grandchildren and eight greatgrandchildren Funeral ser vice will beal graveside, with het son John officiating, Wednesday 10 a m. at Michigan Memo! ial Ce metery, Flat Rock. No vis'taimn at funeral home. Contributions to Unity Church (Detroit) greatly appreciated by family. 2 Furtral Director Funei al Directoi s Free Press Deadlines Tor fwk ing ueain nu'ns PuNlcatlon.-...-.. Deadline Sunday 4:15 Saturday Monday ..3:45 Sunday Tuesday ..5:50 Monday Wednesday....t..,.S.10 Tuesday Thursday 5:50 Wednesday Friday.. Saturday.. , 5:50 Thursday 5:50 Friday 222-6813 Toll Free 1-800-572-3670 3florii, Say II With Flowers

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