The Plain Dealer from Cleveland, Ohio (2024)

1 10-C- OBITUARIES Narlie Roberts, entrepreneur Entrepreneur Narlie Roberts liked to build things and loved to watch them grow. That wincluded rights for blacks, as well as a chain. of McDonald's that he started with one restaurant. There is a connection. The first McDonald's made available to Roberts Roberts Mr.

Roberts through the efforts of local civil rights groups. In 1970, a coalition of 14 civil rights groups who wanted McDonald's to franchise to blacks began picketing several restaurants. They were so effective that a restaurant at 13705 Euclid East Cleveland, was sold. That's when Mr. Roberts, a black and owner of a construction business, stepped in and bought it.

He went on to buy seven other McDonald's and the North Shore Inn, now a Best Western Hotel, in Euclid. Mr. Roberts, 56, died in his sleep yesterday at the Best Western. He was born in Allendale, S.C., and moved to Cleveland in 3 1952. He organized Lath and Plastering Co.

with his brother-in-law Eugene They had $250 each and started the business at home. It grew and employed 125 plasterers, lathers and laborers. They were hired to work on the Chesterfield Apartments. Cleveland Public Utility Building and projects at Kent State and Akron universities. :3 With a cash surplus, Mr.

Roberts bought his first McDonald's and took a management training course at Hamburger University the only college which he was ever duated. The fast-food business then became his ballgame. By the end of 1972 he sold his interest in and devoted his time and money to expanding in McDonald's restaurants. They were managed by his flagship company, Royal Ridge Management which has recorded gross annual sales in excess of $10 million every year since 1979. He received the Ronald McDonald Award in 1976 for making major contributions to the community.

His chain of restaurants was often listed as one of the top 100 black businesses in the United States by Black Enterprise magazine. Mr. Roberts was honored at the White House by President Jimmy Carter at a Black Enterprise Top 100 reception and was again honored by President Reagan at the Congressional Black Caucus conference. His efforts to forward civil rights are reflected in The Advertising Connection, one of the largest full-service minorityowned advertising agencies in Ohio, which he helped establish along with Capital for Minority Business Enterprises Inc. After buying out his last year for $300,000, he was awarded the Best Western franchise rights for the North Shore Inn in September.

Mr. Roberts has received numerous awards including the Minority 100 Business Achievement Award Forum '80 from former Gov. James A. Rhodes. He was a member of the Black McDonald Operators Association, in Ohio and nationally, and a member of the Urban League, the Business League and the Lee Road Community Church.

He is survived by his wife, Ann; daughters, Yvonne, Julie and Mary; sons, Michael and Turan; and five grandchildren. Services will be at noon Tuesday at the Lee Road Community Church, 4612 Lee Cleveland. Arthur Ftacnik union organizer As the son of a union coal miner in Caldwell, 0.. Arthur Paul Ftacnik learned what hard labor and poor working conditions could do to a man. Years later, when he founded the Aircraft Workers Alliance, the first union at TRW memories of his father prompted him to push for job security, a sanitary work environment and early retirement.

EN As the union's negotiator for 33 years. he urged fair play on both sides while practicing a philosophy of being reasonable, but tough. During that time the 1. union never went on strike. Mr.

Ftacnik, 73, of North Royalton, died of a stroke at Parma Community General Hospital yesterday morning. He was born in Caldwell and left school after the 10th-grade. Shortly afterward, he moved to the Cleveland area and began working at TRW. Pr After co-founding the Aircraft Workers Alliance in 1942, Mr. Ftacnik became its first vice president and later chief union steward for 28 years in the TRW Valve Division until he retired in 1974.

After his retirement, Mr. Ftacnik enjoyed some of his favorite pastimes hunting and fishing. He loved to catch walleye in Lake Erie and Canada and was noted in the area for winning a number of fishing awards. He also killed over 60 deer in his lifetime as a member of a hunting camp, in western Pennsylvania. shot turkey and big game as well.

He was a past president of the North Royalton's Sportsman Association and a member of St. Albert the Great Church in North Royalton. He is survived by his wife. Pauline; sons. Jerry, of Brunswick, and Arthur Jr.

of Cincinnati; and two grandchildren. Services will be at 9:30 a.m. Monday at St. Albert the Great Church at 6667 Wallings North Royalton. Philip Heil moving firm exec Philip J.

Heil father started the family moving business with a horse and buggy in 1907. By the time Mr. Heil retired in 1986. Heil Windermere Storage and Moving Co. had become an agent for Allied Van Lines and was one of the oldest moving businesses in Cleveland.

But Mr. Heil, 73, never really did retire. In fact, he died Thursday while driving to his South Euclid home after doing some work at the family business. When asked about his hobbies. he said he had only one the Heil Windermere Storage and Moving Co.

Mr. Heil. born in Cleveland, was a 1933 graduate of Cathedral Latin School and attended John Carroll University for two years. After graduation from high DEATHS ELSEWHERE FROM WIRE REPORTS NAPLES, Italy Joseph J. Favorite, who for 35 years served as a spokesman and press liaison for the Southern European Allied Forces, died at 66.

Favorite, who was born in Minneapolis, was adviser and public affairs officer for a succession of NATO commanders. NIEUWEGEIN. Netherlands Bernhard Alfrink, the reform -minded archbishop who Roman Catholic Church through the turbulent 1960s and 1970s. died at 87. As a school, he started working for his father as a warehouse worker and mover, when the business was called the Windermere Transfer Co.

He worked his way up to secretary-treasurer before retiring. After that, he worked off and on in the operations department. Mr. Heil, served in the Army from 1940-45, was stationed in Africa, France and Sicily. He received the European-African-Middle Eastern ribbon with eight battle stars.

He belonged to St. Philomena Catholic Church and the East Cleveland Fraternal Order of Police Association. Mr. Heil is survived by his wife, Margaret; sons, Philip Jr. and Stephen; daughters, Arlene Placek and Sheila Ferguson, and six grandchildren.

Services are 10 a.m. Monday at St. Philomena, 13824 Euclid East Cleveland. mediator between the Vatican and his reform-minded flock in the Netherlands, Alfrink led his church though one of its stormiest periods since the Protestant Reformation. He sponsored the Dutch Pastoral Council to bring bishops, priests and laymen together in open dialogue.

GREENWICH, Conn. Former Rep. Albert P. Morano, died at 79 of a cerebral hemorrhage. Morano served from 1951 to 1959 in Congress, where he was the first ItalianAmerican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee.

May be placed in the Plain In Memoriam Dealer Moredock by or calling Mrs. Lane, Mrs. 344-4860. -THE PLAIN DEALER, SATURDAY, Drath 6:15 P.M. SUNDAY Sat.

-All ISSUES Editions CALL Notices 10:15 Greater P.M. Cleveland 344-4860 JOSEPH J. KOLENCIK, beloved husband of Wilma J. (nee Mesich), father of Joseph J. Ill, Mark A.

and Marlene Ward, grandfather of four, brother of Anthony, Gabriel, Augustine, Margaret Dikun, Anna Murin. Funeral Mass Monday, Dec. 2, St. Justin Martyr Church at 9:30 a.m. Family will receive friends at THE MONREAL COMPANY FUNERAL HOME OF EASTLAKE, 35400 VINE ST.

E. OF RT. 91). VISITATION 7.9 P.M. SATURDAY, 2-4 AND 7.9 P.M.

SUNDAY. A Guardian Funeral Home JUNKIN See LOWE notice. KOLENCIK KOVACIK DAVID H. KOVACIK, age 54, beloved husband of Dian (nee Fiorette), loving father of Kathleen Robinson of St. Louis, Mark Allen of Willoughby and Dennis Wayne Painesville, grandfather of Christopher, Alesha and Brittaney, dear son of Gustov and Dorothy (both deceased) and Frances (deceased), brother of James Kovacik, Edward Lacsoil, Tony Lacsoil (deceased), Helen Maurer, Frances Ward and Catherine (deceased).

Member of The American Legion of Willoughby, past member of Veterans of Foreign Wars. Funeral Mass Monday, Dec. 21, 11 a.m. St. Gabriel Church, Concord.

Family will receive friends at THE A. VITANTONIO SON FUNERAL HOME. 6330 CENTER N. OF RT. 2 AT MUNSON SUNDAY 2-9 P.M.

Entombment All Souls Cemetery. Mechem Trust Funeral Home KOVALCHECK See MANDAU notice. LANG ANNA M. LANG (nee Wacker), age 62, beloved wife of Myron, loving mother of Myron Mrs. James McBrayer (Diane), Mrs.

Norman Kekic (Rose). Brother of Jacob E. and the late Philip F. Wacker, Rose Wacker and Mary Hecker, grandmother of eight. Funeral services private.

Family asks that memorial contributions be made to The American Lung Association or The American Cancer Society. ARRANGEMENTS BY BOLLINGER-CATAVO. LOS FUNERAL HOME, 9810 DENISON 961-6400. LAPINSKI ANN (LAPINSKY) LAPINSKI (nee Holodndak), beloved wife of the late Stanley, dearest mother of Frank (Julia) Lapinski, Florence (Ted) Orzechowski, grandmother of 11, great grand. mother of 14.

sister of Mary Pozwick, Joseph Holodnak. Services Monday, Dec. 21 at 11 a.m. at St. John Bosco Church.

Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends may call at TOMON SONS FUNERAL HOME, 7327 PEARL MIDDLEBURG HTS. (S. OF BAGLEY RD.) (243-6111) SATURDAY 7-9 P.M. SUNDAY 2-4 AND 7-9 P.M.

LEVIS WILLIAM F. LEVIS, beloved husband of Phyllis (nee Barton), dear father of Nancy S. Knowlton and Barbara L. Holley, dear grandfather of Beth and Amy, dear brother of Florence Belsky. Friends may call at THE RYBICKI AND SON GOLDEN RULE FUNERAL HOME, 4640 TURNEY RD.

where services will be held on Monday, Dec. 21 at 1 p.m. Internment Crown Hill Cemetery. Family suggests contributions to The Cleveland Society for The Blind. VISITING HOURS SUNDAY 2-4 AND 7.9 P.M.

LOVANO See LOWE notice. LOWE MIRIAM J. LOWE, (nee Junkin), formerly of Bedford, beloved mother of Carol Lovano, Wayne Lowe, grandmother of eight, great grandmother of seven, dear sister of William (Woody) Junkin and the late Ivan Junkin, Margaret Haller, Wayne Junkin, Janette Metzger, Vance Junkin, aunt and great aunt. Died Friday. Services 11 a.m.

Monday, Dec. 21, 1987 THE JOHNSON-ROMITO GOLDEN RULE FUNERAL HOME, 521 BROADWAY, BEDFORD (232-1441) where friends will be received SATURDAY 7-9 SUNDAY 2-4 AAND 7-9 P.M. MANDAU RUDOLPH MANDAU, age 59, beloved husband of Geraldine (nee Kovalcheck), dearest father of Carol. Rudolph Susan and Julie, brother of Mike, Molly, Reinhold, Eleanor, Leslie (deceased) and Otto (deceased). Employee of Cleveland Twist Drill for 35 yrs.

Services will be held Monday, Dec. 21, 1987 at 1 p.m. at Bethlehem Lutheran Church (Euclid). Interment Whitehaven Cemetery. Family will receive friends at THE WELLS-KLOSS FUNERAL HOME, 5644 MAYFIELD RD.

(CORNER OF BRAINARD), SATURDAY 7-9 AND SUN. DAY 2-4 AND 7-9 P.M. Family suggests memorial contributions to Bethlehem Lutheran Church. MARBLE EVELYN E. MARBLE (nee McGivern), beloved mother of Doris E.

Harris. Monroe Marble (deceased), grandmother of Fred and Anne Harris, loving great grandmother of Jessica, Kelli, and Stephanie Harris, daughter of James F. and Anna M. McGivern (both deceased), sister of Annabelle Ainsworth of Flint, Nellie Kirby of Fenton, and John McGivern of Meridith, Mi. and the late Arlene Brooks, Nina M.

Allen. James, Teddy, and Oscar McGivern. President and owner of Banks Furniture, Parma Hts. Born Knox, Ind. She later moved to Cleveland where she maintained her residence.

In recent years in semi-retirement she also maintained a residence in New Port Richey, Fla. Funeral service Tuesday, Dec. 22 at 10 a.m. at the funeral home. Friends may call at BERKY FUNERAL HOME, 7200 DETROIT AVE.

3-5 AND 7-9 P.M. SUNDAY AND MONDAY McCOY KATHARINE B. McCOY (nee Bell), beloved wife of the late William dear mother of William C. Jr. and Katharine M.

Bassett (Mrs. Charles of Kennebunkport, grandmother of six. Those who wish may make contributions in her name to Brynmawr College. Brynmawr, 19010. Memorial services will be held Tuesday, Dec.

22 at 4 p.m. in The Chapel of Christ Fpiscopal Church, 3445 Warrensville Center Rd. Internment Colorado Springs, Col. CROWNFORWARD SERVICE A Trust 100 Funeral Home. DECEMBER 19, 1987 Drath Notices Drath Nutices Drath Nutices Unday AUBLE-LAWRENCE BACIGALUPI-IVY J.

BALL-WAYNE BARBIC-See PROVATEARE Notice BENDER-MILDRED C. BULLARD-LAWRENCE H. CALHOUN-KEITH D. CHMIELEWSKI -See COPPOLINO notice CIPRIANI- -See MOTTA notice COPPOLINO-ANTHONY F. DICKSON-CONNIE P.

-ELIZABETH DUBBS-See HEIL notice -ELIZABETH ELLINGER C. Notice PROVATEARE FIORETTE -See KOVACIK notice FTACNIK-ARTHUR P. FUERST-MARY G. GEIGER-EDWARD F. GLASS-MYRON E.

GLIDDEN -J. HARRINGTON GUENTHER-QUINTON A. HEIL-PHILIP J. 1 HILL-WALTER JARECKI-FRANK J. JESWALDO -JANUARY -See DIETRICK notice JOPLING-PAULINE JUNKIN-See LOWE notice KOLENCIK-JOSEPH J.

KOVACIK-DAVID H. KOVALCHECK -See MANDAU notice LANG -ANNA M. LAPINSKI-ANN LEVIS-WILLIAM F. Drath Nutices AUBLE LAWRENCE AUBLE, beloved husband of the late Marie (nee Serdich), loving father of Lawrence G. and Ralph fiance of Ann Breszinsky, grandfather of five, great grandfather of one.

Funeral Mass Monday, Dec. 21 at 11:30 a.m. at St. Albert The Great Church, 6667 Wallings Rd. Friends may call at THE BABITT FUNERAL HOME, 9350 RIDGE RD.

2-4 AND 7-9 SUNDAY. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. BACIGALUPI IVY J. BACIGALUPI (SIN. JUR) (nee Novak), beloved wife of James beloved mother, grandmother and great grandmother.

Funeral Mass at St. Mary Church, 250 Kraft Berea Monday, Dec. 21 at 9:30 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Friends may call at BERRY FUNERAL HOME, 23040 CENTER RIDGE (EAST OF CLAGUE) 3-5 AND 7-9 P.M.

SUNDAY BALL WAYNE BALL, beloved husband of Naomi, dear father of Nancy Zachos of Perry Hall, Donna Isenhour of Conover, grandfather of two. Service by V.F.W. Post 387 at ZEIS-McGREEVEY FUNERAL HOME, 16105 DETROIT AVE. Saturday, Dec. 19 at 8 where friends will be received 7-9 P.M.

SATURDAY. Interment Hickory, N.C. Memorials to The Cancer Society, BARBIC See PROVATEARE Notice. BENDER MILDRED C. BENDER (nee Crane), of Plant City, formerly of Medina, dearly beloved wife of Charles dearest mother of Judith Salsgiver of Plant City.

Carol Gutglueck of Plant City, Charles, James and Philip, grandmother of 14, great grandmother of one, beloved sister of Dorothy Brown of N.C., Phyllis Geffert and the late J. Richard and Clifford Crane. Passed away Saturday, Dec. 5. Memorial services Monday, Dec.

21 in The Chapel of Westwood Abbey in Sunset Memorial Park, 6265 Columbia Rd. at 10 a.m. Memorials may be made to The Arthritis Foundation in her name. beloved husband of Opal (nee Patterson), father of Howell G. (wife Linda) of Washington State, Danny C.

(wife Elizabeth), Stanley E. (wife Marcia), grandfather of Shelly, Amy, Mark, Mindy, Ginny and Alexis Dec. 18. Funeral service Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2 p.m.

at The Anderson Baptist Church, Kileen, Ala. Friends may call at CHAMBERS FUNERAL HOME, 4420 ROCKY RIVER DR. AT PURITAS SATURDAY 3-5 AND 7-9 P.M. BULLARD LAWRENCE H. BULLARD, Card of Thanks May be placed in the Plain Dealer by calling Mrs.

Moredock or Mrs. Lane, 344-4860. LOVANO- -See LOWE notice LOWE-MIRIAM J. MANDAU-RUDOLPH MARBLE E. MELVIN-EARL W.

MOTTA-LINDA A. MOZOLITS-STEVE P. McCOY-KATHARINE B. McELROY (TOMKO)-MARY ELIZABETH PAULS-MAGDALEN B. POKORNY-See PROVATEARE Notice POLSTER-LEWIS H.

POOLOS -See TSIVITSE notice PORTER DELINE SMYTHE PROVATEARE-SAMUEL ROBERTS-NORLIE ROHALEY-JOSEPH A. SALETTEL-WILLIAM E. SCHENKER- See SCHUSTER Notice SCHUSTER-E. LAURA SCHWARK-WILLIAM C. SMYTHE- -See PORTER notice STRAUSS-MILDRED A.

SZEGEDY-MAGDALENE M. TAAFE-MARGARET L. TANZER-BRONCE A. TONSKI-MARY A. TOTH-WILMA C.

TRAUSCH-CARL J. TSIVITSE-CONSTANCE BIMBLI -ELEANOR R. WIENCEK-FRANK J. YENSEY-HELEN L. YUHAS-JULIUS ZOLAN -See COPPOLINO notice Drath Nutirrs CALHOUN KEITH D.

CALHOUN, 53, Quality Control Manager in the Cleveland and Chesterland areas. he was employed in Quality Control for the Federal Government at The Goodyear Plant in St. Marys, 0. died Wednesday. Survivors include former wife Dorothy Harvey Calhoun, Solon, daughter Wendy (Larry) McWherter (US Air Force in Germany), a son Barry (US Army in Germany) and two grandsons.

VISIT. ING HOURS at the residence 6594 BROOKLAND SOLON 1-8 P.M. SUNDAY. Services at THE DAWSON FUNERAL HOME, E. LIVERPOOL, 0.

Tuesday 11 a.m. Contributions may be made to The Calhoun Family Campership Fund, S.E. YMCA, 460 Northfield Bedford, 0. 44146. CHMIELEWSKI See COPPOLINO notice.

CIPRIANI See MOTTA notice. COPPOLINO ANTHONY F. COPPOLINO, beloved husband of Frances (Zolan) (nee Chmielewski) and the late Rose (nee Schultz), devoted father of Carmen, Robert and Barbara Zigmont. dear step father of Marty and George Zolan, brother of Marie Ferrara, Frances Fazio and the following deceased, Frank, Leo. Vincent and Theresa Casella, beloved grandfather of ten, great grandfather of three.

Friends received GOLUBSKIDELIBERATO FUNERAL HOME, CORNER OF GARFIELD BLVD. AND TURNEY where services will be held on Monday, Dec. 21 at 9:30 a.m. and at St. Therese Church at 10 a.m.

Interment Calvary Cemetery. Member of K. of C. No. 4130, Garfield Hts.

Council, Fourth Degree No. 800. Moses Cleveland Council. VISITATION SATURDAY 7-9 AND SUNDAY 2-5 AND 7-9. DICKSON CONNIE P.

DICKSON (nee Proudfit), wife of the late James M.D., aunt of Mrs. David Grant, Mrs. Reginald Rutherford and John Dickson, M.D., all of Toronto, Ontario. Graveside services will be held Saturday at 3 in Lake View Cemetery. BROWN- FORWARD SERVICE.

A Trust 100 Funeral Home DIETRICK ELIZABETH (BETTY) TRICK, (nee Ferrence), 55, beloved wife of Earl dearmother Mrs. Jeffrey (Janice Johnson, grandmother of Brian and Mark Johnson, sister of Mary Kurtz, Catherine Stavish, Charles Ferrence (all of Mrs. Steve (Susan) Semo, Andrew Ferrence (Mi.) and five others deceased. Funeral Mass Monday, Dec. 21 St.

Williams Church at 9:30 a.m. Interment All Souls. Friends may call at GRDINA FUNERAL HOME, 17010 LAKESHORE BLVD. SUNDAY 2-4 AND 7.9 P.M. DUBBS See HEIL notice.

DUMITROV ELIZABETH (GACIC) DUMITROV. age 63. dearly beloved mother of Milomirl (Casey) Gacic, dear grandmother of Jessica. Funeral services Sunday, Dec. 20 at 8:30 p.m.

CRACIUN FUNERAL HOME, 6204 DETROIT where friends may call 2-4 AND 7-9 P.M. SUNDAY. Interment private. Who had a big time in Chinatown. Jack Nicholson.

For the best time in San Francisco's Chinatown, find the right travel agent in The Sunday Plain Dealer Travel Section. I ELLINGER FRANCIS C. ELLINGER, died Dec. 2 in Lake Placid, FI. Retired from the Ferro Corp.

in Cleveland. Husband of Gertrude, father of Sandra Gavel, Amanda Peak of Orlando and Allen Sanderson of Ft. Smith, grandfather of six, great grandfather of two. Memorial services Sunday. Dec.

20 at 3 p.m. al the Middleburg Hts. Community Church, Big Creek Pkwy. and Bagley with Rev. E.

Lincoln officiating. EXTON See PROVATEARE Notice. FIORETTE See KOVACIK notice. FTACNIK ARTHUR P. FTACNIK, beloved husband of Pauline (nee Jankura), loving father of Arthur Jr.

and Jerry, father-in-law of Joann, brother of Michael, James, Mary Ducar and Agnes Popovich, grandfather of Jane and Michael. Funeral Mass Monday, Dec. 21 at 9:30 a.m. at St. Albert the Great, 6667 Wallings Rd.

Friends inay call at THE BABITT FUNERAL HOME, 9350 RIDGE SATURDAY, 2-4 AND 7-9 SUNDAY. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Keyes), beloved wife of the late Edwin mother of Jack E. (deceased), Richard Judge Norman James Michael A. and Mrs.

Perry Graehling (Mary Ellen), grandmother of 37. greatgrandmother of 27, Sister of Sr. Alice Marie, 0. S. Charles, Arthur and Joseph Keyes (all deceased).

Ser. vices 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Jerome's Church. Friends may call at THE MULLALLY FUNERAL HOME, 365 156.

ST. (OFF LAKE SHORE 3-9 P.M. FRIDAY. EDWARD F. GEIGER, beloved husband of Marie K.

(nee Moon), dear father of Jean C. Fortini, and Lynne E. Pleveich, grandfather of six, great grandfather of two. Memorial service will be held Sunday, Dec. 20 at 2:30 p.m.

at Zion United Church of Christ, 2716 W. 14 St. Contributions may be made to The Memorial Fund of Zion United Church of Christ. ARRANGEMENTS BY CHAS. A.

MANDLEY FUNERAL HOME. GLASS MYRON E. GLASS, beloved husband of Rose, devoted father of Herbert, dear brother of Dr. Sherman of Maysville, Dorothy Levine of Scottsdale, Az. and the late Harold, Franklin, and Robert, loving grandfather of Mark and Matthew.

Services in Park Synagogue Sunday, Dec. 20 at 12 Noon. Interment Park Cemetery. Family at the residence 1 Bratenhal Place, Bratenhal. ARRANGEMENTS BY BERKOWITZINC.

MEMORIAL CHAPEL, IFUERST MARY G. FUERST (nee GLIDDEN J. HARRINGTON GLIDDEN. beloved husband of Marie (nee Cleary), son of the late Joseph F. and Elizabeth (nee Moriarty), brother of Josephine (deceased).

Wednesday. Dec. 16, 1987. Funeral Mass Saturday, Dec. 19, St.

Christopher's Church (20141 Detroit Rd.) at 10 a.m. Interment Holy Cross. Friends may call at THE McGORRAY FUNERAL HOME, 14133 DETROIT FRIDAY 3-5 AND 7-9 P.M. Family suggests memorial contributions to The Poor Clare Nuns, 3501 Rocky River Cleveland, 44111 A Trust 100 Funeral Home GUENTHER QUINTON A. GUENTHER, beloved husband of Cecilia (nee Rettger), dear father of Alice Sasahara, grandfather of five, great grandfather of one, dear brother of Sr.

Marie Patrice C.S.A. and Ruth Buhalak and John dear uncle. Friends may call at THE THOZESKI FUNERAL HOME, 7915 BROADVIEW RD. AT SPRAGUE, SUNDAY 1-3 P.M. Friends are requested to meet Monday, Dec.

21 at Assumption Church, 9183 Broadview Rd. at 10 a.m. Inferment Tuesday, 11 a.m. in Glenmount, O. HEIL PHILIP J.

HEIL age 73, beloved husband of Margaret L. (nee Dubbs), dear father of Mrs. Timothy (Arlene) Placek, Philip Jr. (wife Brenda), Mrs. John (Sheila) Ferguson, Stephen (wife Carol), dear grandfather of Jacqueline, Gregory, Stephen Christine, Sean and Joseph, dear brother of Eugene, Thomas Joseph Marita Krebs and the late David Sr.

and Margie Landies. Funeral Mass Monday, Dec. 21 at St. Philomena Church at 10 a.m. Interment All Souls Cemetery.

Family will receive friends at DeJOHN-FLYNNMYLOTT FUNERAL HOME, 4600 MAYFIELD S. EU. CLID (JUST E. OF GREEN RD.) SUNDAY 2-4 P.M. AND 7-9 P.M.

A Trust 100 Funeral Home HILL WALTER HILL, beloved brother of Nonie Kynette. Marcella Minor, Gentry and Fred Hill, uncle of many nieces and nephews. Services will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 22 at Temple Baptist Church 10:30 a.m. where family will receive friends ONE HALF HOUR PRIOR.

E. F. BOYD AND SON FUNERAL SERVICE. JARECKI FRANK J. JARECKI, beloved brother of Josephine Gos, Caroline Jarecki, Ann trowski (deceased) and John (deceased), dear uncle, great uncle and great great uncle.

Funeral service Monday, Dec. 21 at St. Stanislaus Church at 9:30 a.m. Interment Cal. vary Cemetery.

Friends received at GOLUBSKI FUNERAL HOME, CORNER OF E. 65 AND FULLERTON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 7-9 P.M. JESWALDO JANUARY JESWALDO (nee Padar), beloved wife of Anthony, dear mother of Debbie Palleshie, Kenneth Libusky, Frank Mahas and Laura Holt. sister of Pete Padar and Leona Lance. Funeral Mass St.

Columbkille Church Monday, Dec. 21 at 10 a.m. Interment Masontown, Pa. Friends received at THE RIPEPI FUNERAL HOME, 5762 PEARL RD. (AT SNOW RD.) SATURDAY 7.9 P.M., SUNDAY 2-4 AND 7.9 P.M.

JOHNSON See DIETRICK notice. JOPLING PAULINE JOPLING (nee Kovach). age 86, late residence Medina. dear mother Oscar Race, grandmother of Paul Race, Allen Race and Nadine Hans, great grandmother of five. Died Dec.

18, 1987 at Grace Hospital. Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Monday at St. Matthew lutheran Church in Medina. Family will receive friends SUNDAY 2-4 P.M.

AT THE WAITE SON MEMORIAL HOME, 765 N. COURT MEDINA. WEITZEL F.LEANOR R. WEITZEL (nee Morris), beloved wife of the late Harry mother of Nancy Lee Baker and Kenneth Edward, sister of Rowena Zahler, grandmother of four. Wednesday, Dec.

16, 1987. Family suggest contributions to the Cancer Society. services private, ARRANGEMENTS BY JARDINE FUNERAL HOME. McELROY (TOMKO) MARY ELIZABETH McELROY (nee Tomko). Thursday, Dec.

17, 1987, in Loudenville, 0. Mother of Elaine Castle, William and John James, grandmother of Tracy, Cindi, Peter and Tom James, and Denise, Diane. Donald and Peter Castle, and great-grandmother of Nicole Chernikoff, sister of Elizabeth Graf, Carl, Bill and Joe, and the deceased Edward and John Jr. Daughter of Elizabeth and John Tomko! (both deceased). Services and burial Saturday, Dec.

19, in Loudenville, O. MELTZER BELLE MELTZER, beloved wife of Max. Graveside vice Sunday 2 p.m. at Salem Cemetery, Lorain, O. A Period of mourning will be observed at the late residence MONDAY THRU WEDNESDAY.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Endowment Fund of Agudath B'nai Israel Temple, Lorain, O. ARRANGEMENTS BY WALTERI A. FREY, 700 W. ERIE LORAIN, O. MELVIN EARL W.

MELVIN beloved husband of Donna Jean (nee Esken), devoted son of Lilly Carmen and the late John Melvin, devoted father of Ron of Saundra Wyand, David Watson, Linda Franz and Earl ther of seven, great grandfather of two, brother of Richard and the late Lebert, and Thelma King. The family will receive friends at THE WALTER MARTENS SONS FUNERAL HOME. 9811 DENISON AVE. (PARKING ENTRANCE OFF W. 99 where services will be held Monday at 11 a.m.

Interment Brooklyn Hts. Cemetery. VISITING HOURS SATURDAY 7-9 AND SUNDAY 2-4 AND 7-9 P.M. priani), age 41, beloved wife I of John (Jack), dear mother of Jack, Tracy and Kelly, dear daughter of Anna Cipriani and the late Louis, dear sister of JoAnn Bolton, Ron Cipriani, Micki Monroe and Vicki Givens, dear daughter in law of Joseph Motta. Funeral Mass Monday, Dec.

21 St. Rocco Church at 10 a.m. Interment All Souls Cemetery. Friends received at THE RIPEPI FUNERAL HOME, 5762 PEARL RD. (AT SNOW RD.) SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 2-4 AND 7-9 P.M.

MOZOLITS STEVE P. MOZOLITS, beloved husband of Ann (nee Krysiak), brother of Anne Lucas, uncle of Jay Mayo, nieces and nephews, grand nieces and grand nephews. Funeral service Monday, Dec. 21 at St. John Bosco Church at 10 am.

Interment Holy Cross. Friends may call at TOMON SONS FUNERAL HOME, 7327 PEARL MIDDLEBURG HTS. (S. OF BAGLEY RD.) (243-6111) SATURDAY 7-9 SUNDAY 2-4 AND 7.9 P.M. Family suggest contributions to St.

John Bosco Building Fund PAULS MAGDALEN B. PAULS, beloved wife of the late Konny, dear mother of Margaret and Michael, grandmother off Jackson and Lily, daughter of Vincent and the late Anna Zoratz, sister of Ann Kolasinski, Mary Gaglione, and the late John Zoratz. Friends mav call at BOLLINGER-CATAVOLOS FUNERAL HOME, 9810 DENISON AVE. where services will bel held Monday 10 a.m. CALLING HOURS SUNDAY 3-5 AND 7-9.

MOTTA LINDA A. MOTTA, (nee Ci- POKORNY See PROVATEARE Notice. husband of Elinor (nee Guren), devoted father of Dan, Laurie of Berkley, Ca. and Jonathan, loving grandfather of Joshua and Shira. Services will be held at Park Synagogue, Miller Chapel, Monday, Dec.

21 at 12 noon. Interment Park Synagogue Cemetery. Family at the Polster residence, 17475 S. Woodland Shaker Hts. THRU WEDNESDAY ONLY.

Contributions are suggested to The Jewish National Fund. ARRANGEMENTS BY BARNETT BOOKATZ-CLEVELAND TEMPLE MEMORIAL. POOLOS See TSIVITSE notice. POLSTER LEWIS H. POLSTER, beloved PORTER MADELINE SMYTHE PORTER, (nee Nellis), beloved wife of the late Charles L.

Smythe and Frederic W. Porter, dear mother of Charles L. (Pete) Jr. and Jeffrey step mother of Barbara P. Schofield (Mrs.

Robert of Rye, N.Y., Frederic S. Porter and William S. Porter of New Haven, grandmother of seven. great randmother of six. Those who wish may make contributins in her name to The Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders 1801 Chestnut Hills 44106.

Memorial service will be held Monday, Dec. 21 at 4 p.m. in the chapel of Christ Episcopal Church, 3445 Warrensville Center Rd. BROWN FORWARD SERVICE. A Trust 100 Funeral Home PROVATEARE SAMUEL PROVATEARE.

husband of the late Anne (nee Garrett), beloved father of Jean Barbic, Ruth Exton, Agnes Pokorny and Thomas, grandfather and great grandfather, son of Thomas and Agnes (both deceased), brother of Joseph (deceased) and Angeline Seibert ceased). Funeral Monday 9 a.m. at THE FORTUNA FUNERAL HOME, 5316 FLEET AVE. Services at St. bas Church at 10 a.m.

terment All Saints Cemetery. VISITATION SUNDAY 2-4 AND 7-9 P.M. ROBERTS WILLIAM E. SALETTEL, beloved husband of the late Rose L. (nee Beckman), brother of Edith F.

Quinn, uncle and great uncle. al Mass Monday 11 a.m. at Our Lady of Peace Church. Interment All Souls Cemetery. The family will receive friends at THE.

GOLDEN RULE FUNERAL HOME, 4274 MAYFIELD RD. AT BELVOIR S. EUCLID SUNDAY 3-5 AND 7-9 P.M. Member of The Knights of Columbus, Al Hambra and Serra Club. SCHENKER See SCHUSTER Notice.

SCHUSTER neth and Beverly J. Palmer, grandmother of 10, great grandmother of two, sister of Edna Coleman. Friends may call at THE FUNERAL HOME, 5677 STATE PARMA where services will be held Monday, Dec. 21 at 9 a.m. and at St.

Anthony of Padua Catholic Church at 9:30 a.m. Interment Crown Hill Cemetery. VISITATION SUNDAY 2-4 AND 7-9 P.M. Family request contributions in her name to The American Cancer Society. SZEGEDY MAGDALENE M.

SZEGEDY, beloved sister of Irene and Anna Szegedy, the late Mary Skiba and Joseph, loving aunt, great aunt, and great great aunt. Friends may call at FERFOLIA SONS FUNERAL HOME, 5386 LEE NEAR BROADWAY. MAPLE HTS. Funeral Monday, Dec. 21, 9 a.m.

Services St. Wenceslas Church. 9:30 a.m. VISITATION SUNDAY 2-9 P.M. Interment Calvary Cemetery.

TAAFE MARGARET L. TAAFE (nee Sheridan), loving wife of the late James beloved mother of the late Margaret Mary Wenneman. dear grandmother of Leo James Ronald T. Wenneman, great grandmother of Christene and James Winneman, sister of John, Peter Sheridan and Kathryn Sweeney (all deceased). Thursday, Dec.

17, 1987. Funeral Mass Saturday, Dec. 19, St. Ignatius Church (West at 12:30 p.m. Interment Cal- E.

LAURA SCHUSTER, beloved wife of the late Sigmund and the late David Schenker, devoted mother of Marc Schenker and Anita Makra of Uniontown. 0., dear sister of Jack Hoffman and the late Esther Sass, loving grandmother of eight and great grandmother six. Services at BERKOWITZKUMIN INC. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 1985 S. TAYLOR CLEVELAND HTS.

Sunday, Dec. 20 at 2 p.m. Internment Warrensville Cemetery. Family at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.

Marc Schenker, 2891 Alvord Place, Pepper Pike THRU TUESDAY. SCHWARK WILLIAM C. SCHWARK, beloved husband of Donna (nee Albright) (deceased), son Irene Schwark, brother Delores Adams (deceased), beloved uncle of James Benmett and Nancy Henson. Services Monday, Dec. at a.m.

at THE CARLSON FUNERAL HOME, 1642 PEARL BRUNSWICK, O. Interment Hall Cemetery, Hubbard, O. Friends may call SUNDAY 2-4 AND 7-9 P.M. SMYTHE See PORTER notice. STRAUSS MILDRED A.

(SMEJKAL) STRAUSS, age 76, dear mother of Donald Ken- LOUGHBY, O. SATURDAY 2-4 AND 7-9 P.M. SUNDAY vary. Friends may call at McGORRAY FUNERAL HOME, 14133 DETROIT FRIDAY 3-5 AND 7-9. A Trust 100 Funeral Home TANZER BRONCE A.

TANZER (nee Somoles), beloved wife of the late James (Norm), dear mother of Richard (wife Carol), grandmother of Butch, Chris, and Jim Czech, dear sister of Isabella Ahearn (John), and the late John Somoles. Funeral Mass St. Thomas' More Church, Monday, Dec. 21 at 10:30 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.

Friends received at THE RIPEPI FUNERAL HOME, 5762 PEARL RD. (AT SNOW SATURDAY 7-9 P.M., SUNDAY 2.4 AND 7-9 P.M. TONSKI MARY A. beloved TONSKI wife (nee Dupal), Alfred (deceased), mother of Lucille Hoychick, Robert, Fred, James, Shirley Tollar, Joan Coulson, and Jeanette, grandmother of 14. great grandmother of nine.

Services will be held at MATEVISH FUNERAL HOME, Ebensburg, Pa. Monday. TOTH WILMA C. TOTH, beloved daughter of the late Francis and Irma Toth, dear sister of Bertha E. Giddings and the following deceased Elmer, Edward and Margaret I.

Toth, also survived by nieces and nephews and grand nieces and nephews. Funeral Mass Monday 10 a.m. at Immaculate Conception Church, Willoughby, O. Interment Cal. vary Cemetery.

Family will receive friends McMAHONCOYNE FUNERAL. HOME, 38001 EUCLID WIL- 2-4 P.M. ONLY. TRAUSCH CARL J. TRAUSCH age 87, beloved husband of the late Charlotte (nee Trickel) and the late Florence (nee Sojka), dear father of Eileen, William, Carl Janice Maslowski, Sandy Michalakes and Jimmy (deceased), grandfather of 13, great grandfather of three, brother of Marie Bain of Rudolph, Josephine Hovanec, survived by his loving step children.

Edward Tuttle, Patricia Renzenbrink and the late Butch Ralph Tuttle, step grandfather of five. Funeral service Monday, Dec. 21 at 10 a.m. Burial Lutheran Cemetery. VISITATION AT THE ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 PEARL PARMA, SATURDAY 7-9 AND SUNDAY 2-4 AND 7-9.

A Trust 100 Funeral Home TSIVITSE CONSTANCE BIMBLI TSIVITSE, beloved wife of the late Peter John, dear mother of Mrs. Peter Poolos (Priscilla), Mrs. Samuel Nukas (Mary Alice) and Mildred Green, Dr. Peter John, grandmother of 14. Funeral services al St.

Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, Mt. Veron Place. Jamestown, N. Y. 14701, Monday, Dec.

21. at 11 a.mn. Family requests contributions be made to St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church. Friends may call at THE LIND FUNERAL HOME, 805 W.

THIRD JAMESTOWN, N. 5-7 P.M. SUNDAY. WIENCEK FRANK J. WIENCEK, age 44 of Solon, beloved husband of Anne (nee McCarthy), devoted father of Frank Melissa and Melinda, dearest son of Eleanor and the late Frank son in law of Helen and the late John McCarthy, dear brother of Barbara Kreici and Patricia Wiencek.

Funeral Mass 10 a.m. Monday, Dec. 21 at St. Rita Church. Internment All Saints Cemetery.

Family will receive friends at THE TABONE FUNERAL HOME, 33650 SOLON RD. (JUST W. OF SOM CENTER) SUNDAY 2-4' AND 7-9 P.M. AND 7-9 P.M. YENSEY HELEN L.

YENSEY, (nee Hotchkiss), mother of Patricia Phillips Meighan and Richard Phillips. Services Faith Lutheran Church, 16511 Hilliard Rd. Monday, Dec. 21 at 1:30 p.m. Interment Lakewood Park Cemetery.

Friends will be received at. THE ZEIS -McGREEVEY FU. NERAL HOME, 16105 DETROIT 3-5 P.M. ONLY SUNDAY. YUHAS JULIUS YUHAS, beloved husband of Dorothy M.

(nee Gath), brother in law of Harvey and Marguerite Powell, uncle of several nieces and nephews. Private services were held. BOLLINGER-CATAVOLOS ARRANGEMENTS ZOLAN See COPPOLINO notice. 0020 Lodge Notices RECEIVED UNTIL 10:15 P.M. For Next Day's Plain Dealer CALL FRIENDSHIP CHAPTOR NO.

480 SR. BLEISATH entered into eternal rest Dec. 16, 1987. JOYCE KOESTER, W.M. DOROTHY SEC.

0040 In Memoriam DiMARIA Dominic DiMaria 12-19-86 in loving memory. It's been one year ago today since you passed away. We will always love you dearly. Sadly missed and always loved. Merry Christmas.

WITH LOVE YOUR BEST FRIENDS DIMARIA Dominic DiMaria 12-19-86 You are gone one year today, and we miss you so. You are in our thought, our hearts and provers. We love you Don. You'll be with us always. MOM.

DAD AND FAMILY FARAGONE. Carmella Faragone 12-19-40 My Mother, Who gave me the best of life, Who cherished my secrets my sorrows, my strife, Who taught to love, Who taught me to pray, My Mother in Heaven God bless her today. LOVING DAUGHTER, MILLIE SON-IN-LAW, BENNIE GRANDDAUGHTER JOSIE AND PETTIFER GREAT GRANDCHILDREN BENNIE AND ALICE FARRAGONE Frank Faragone 12-19-66 Before our eyes he faded, growing weaker every day; doing all we could to save him until God took him away. Never shall we cease to love him, never shall his memory fade. Sweetest love forever lingers round his sweet and peaceful grave.

LOVING DAUGHTER, MILLIE SON-IN-LAW, BENNIE GRANDDAUGHTER JOSIE AND RALPH PETTIFER GREAT GRANDCHILDREN BENNIE AND ALICE GERVASI Ralph Anthony Gervasi Dear Son, cannot send you a birthday card. your hands cannot touch. But, God will send my message to the one love so much. God bless you. Happy Birthday, Merry Christmas.

LOVE, MOM KALIKIN Mary Kalikin 12-19 As time goes by our children and remember you, deor, and your love that always feels to be so near, LOVING HUSBAND AND CHILDREN PHILLIPS Edward T. Phillips Sr. 12-19-81 Though your smile is gone forever and your hands cannot touch, will never lose sweet memories of the man I loved so much. I 'LOVING WIFE CHILDREN MARY SENICK Frank Senick 12-19 Happy Birthday, Dad. LOVING SON AND FAMILY SHOCKLEY Michelina V.

Shockley 12-19-81 The flowers I place upon your grave may wither and decay, but the love for you who sleeps beneath will never fade away. LOVE DAUGHTER KATHY 0080 Cemetery Lots, Monuments CROWN Hilll Cemetery. 44 sites available. To settle estate. Price negotiable.

888-0296. 0070 Lost and Found, Rewards RECEIVED UNTIL 10:15 P.M. For Next Day's Plain Dealer CALL 344-5555 AFTER 5 P.M. 344-4860 BLACKSMITH tools lost in N. Royalton.

Wood tool box, tools, leather apron, etc. Call 234-0549 leave message. BLACK white long haired, mixed breed male dog, looks like Benji, lost in St. Pius area, Bedford Disappointed lit. tle girl.

REWARD! 603-7406 CAT LOST Shaker-Brainard no collar. 831-8263. DOG found, small, gold, purple collar, E. 109-Carnegie 937-5353 DOG lost, 10 yr. old female Terrier-mix, wearing collar, no license, Maple 942-4758; 942-7873.

DOG lost, black male labrador with white chest, JenningsSpring area reward 661-1951 DOG LOST, female, Lab Husky mix, black white, ChatfieldKamms area, answers to Bear, 14 wks. old, reward, 251-6926 DOG lost, female, black tan, long haired mixed breed, 35 to 40 lbs. 15' high, Brookpark area. Reward. 252-1788 eves.

DOG LOST, male Golden mix, golden coat chin, name zaar, 7 mos. old, 50lbs. Last seen on Euclid and Roxbury. $75 REWARD. 781-5213 DOG lost, Tan co*cker Spaniel, male, choker collar tags, E.

152-St Clair. Reward. Call with any info, 486-2830. FAWN white male Whippet lost in the area. Reward.

229-4309, 486-1241 mixed breed dog, Warrensville His. 663-3322 FOUND black Lab, 6 female, Euclid area, 587-3862 FOUND Dog, male large black white, red collar, W. area. Call 622-9800 ext. 71402, or 631-6540 after 5 p.m.

FOUND-Lge. Puppy, mixed, near W. 65-Lorain. Days 444-5860: Eves 941-0945 GOLDEN mix male found 10-12 Brookpark Rd. 234-8742 LOST cat yr.

block paws, reward 587-1903 741-3688. LOST Dog- Australian Shepherd, 80 lb. male, long haired, black Missing Dec. 15, 6 pm. Brookpark area.

Answers to Bandit. Coil 362-0322. LOST Siberian Husky, female 6 mos. old, black -white, blue eyes. Reward offered-near Stearns Rd.

235-9112 alter 4pm WALLET LOST -mens. parking lot. 749-3184. I DESPERATELY Need Contents NORLIE ROBERTS, away Dec. 18, beloved husband of Ann, father of Yvonne, Michael.

Funeral service Tuesday, Dec. 22 Lee Heights Community Church, 4612 Lee Rd. at 12 Noon. Family will receive friends ONE HOUR PRIOR TO SERVICE. ARRANGEMENTS BY HOUSE OF WILLS, 14711 HARVARD AVE.

Interment Evergreen. ROHALEY JOSEPH A. ROHAI.EY, 67, beloved husband of Irene (nee Chabanik), dear father of Delores Spada, Lawrence, Joseph, David, Stephen, grandfather of 13. Dec. 17, 1987.

Funeral Mass Monday, Dec. 21 at St. Paul Church (Chardon Rd.) at 10 a.m. Inferment All Souls Cemetery. Family will receive friends af THE BRICKMAN SONS FUNERAL HOME, 21900 EUCLID FROM 2-4 AND 7-9 P.M.

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