Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan (2024)

1 I Death Notices DesRIVIERES JEAN B. Beloved husband of Irene dear father of Mrs. Theresa Edwards, Mrs. Dolores Dubiel, and Jack, brother of Arthur, Mrs. Cecile Dube, and Mrs.

Fernande Murphy; grandfather of 12 grandchildren and two great Funeral Saturday 9 a.m. from the A. H. Peters Funeral Home, 20705 Mack Ave. at Vernier Grosse Pointe Woods, and 9:30 a.m.

at Our Lady Queen of Peace Church. Rosary Friday 8:30 p.m. DOERR MARY JO, March 27, suddenly, age 36. Dear wife of Harry M.D.; dear mother of Mark and Brian; dear daughter of Howard and Helen Kuehn of Montrose, dear sister of Mrs. Kenneth (Shirley) Ivan of Britton, dear granddaughter of Vandy Pipal of Blue River, Wise.

Friends may call at the Ross B. Northrop Son Funeral Home, 22401 Grand River (Redford), 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Services 11 a.m. Saturday at the Calvin United Presbyterian Church, 14221 Southfield Rd.

Memorials are suggested to School, 1100 St. Aubin Detroit 48207. DROZDZEWSKI ZIGMUND J. March 27. Dearest father of Mrs.

Eleanor Cisak, Mrs. Dolores Calhoun, and Ralph Droz; also survived by. nine grandchildren and one great-grandson. Fueeral services Saturday morning at 10 a.m. at the Jarzembowski Funeral Home, 18957 W.

Warrn at Artesian (Warrendale Chapel). Interment Parkview Memorial Cemetery. FORTIN MINNIE AGNES, March 28, of Bloomfield. Beloved wife of the late David Joseph; dear mother Maurice Alphonse Lawrence Errol D. Norman Mrs.

David Quinn (Alma), and Mrs. Thomas Kelso (Irene); sister of Leonie Lynch; grandmother of 18, great-grandmother of 11. Prayers 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the HeeneySundquist Funeral Home, 23720 Farmington Farmington. Mass 10 a.m.

at Our Lady of Sorrows Church, 23615 Powers Farmington. Rosary 7:30 p.m. Friday. Visitation 1-9 p.m. Friday.

GALLINA FILIPPO, March 28. Dear husband of Santa; dear brother of Mary Rizzo of Dearborn, and Carmela Procopio in Italy; also many nieces and nephews. Funeral Saturday 11 a.m. at Lesney Son Funeral Home, 13201 W. Warren, Dearborn.

Entombment St. Hedwig Mausoleum. Rev. Patrick J. Bossio officiating.

GILBERT CHARLES L. Beloved husband of Josephine; dear father of Charles Joseph, Mrs. James (Nancy) six; puga, son and of Linda Mrs. Evelyn grandfather Gilbert; of brother of Mrs. Margaret Kroiczyk, Donald, Mrs.

Phyllis Meyers, and Michael. Funeral 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the A. H. Peters Funeral Home, 20705 Mack Ave.

at Vernier Grosse Pointe Woods. Rosary Friday 8 p.m. GOELDE JOHN E. Husband of Margaret; father of Mrs. Blair (Dorothy) Rud, Mrs.

Charles (Jean) Donoghue, John Jr and Donald; brother of Mrs. Ida Midrum; 18 grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren. Services Saturday 10 a.m. from the Brockmann Funeral Home, 26429 Gratiot, Roseville. Burial Resurrection Cemetery.

Memorials to the Diabetes Association. GUZMAN JOSEPH R. Beloved husband of Katie; dear father of Roxy and Kenneth; dear stepfather of Larry and Patricia; dear brother of Seberiano, Joe 1., Anita (Nellie), and David also survived by nine grandchildren. Funeral Saturday 9 a.m., Voran Funeral Home (Allen Park Chapel), 5900 Allen Rd. JERN JEAN March 27, 1979, at Daytona Beach, of Bloomfield Hills, Mich.

Husband of 6ori Jern; father of Elaine, Susan and Nancy Jern; also survived by one brother. Funeral service at Bell Chapel of the Wm. R. Hamilton 820 E. Maple Biemingham, Friday 11 a.m.

Tributes may be made to the Heart Research Fund, 926 Essex, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11208. LIPAK STEPHEN. Beloved husband of Mary; dear father of Robert; grandfather of Mrs. Ann Olane, Susan and Robert Stephen Lipak; dear brother of Paul.

Funeral 11 a.m. Saturday from the John K. Orlich Funeral Home, 17950 Woodward. Burial Evergreen. LISEE JOHN J.

(Jack), March 27. Beloved husband of Clara; dear father of the Rev. Joseph J. Lisee; dear brother of Mrs. Stewart (Catherine) Burns and Carl Lisee; also survived by several nieces and nephews.

Family will receive friends at A. J. mond Sons Funeral Home, 2600 Crooks Rd. (btw. Maple Big Beaver), Friday 4-9 p.m.

Rosary Friday 8 p.m. Gallicia Caravan No. 77 Alhambra rosary Friday 8:45 p.m. Prayer services Saturday 10:30 a.m. Funeral Mass at Church of St.

Alan (2345 Coolidge, Troy) Saturday 11 a.m. Interment services at Holy Cross Cemetery, Marine City, Saturday 1:30 p.m. Contributions suggested to Jack Lisee Memorial, Church of St. Alan, or Gallicia Caravan Retarded Children's Fund. MADDOX WILLIAM age 72.

Beloved husband of Ellen; father of Justine and Kenneth; grandfather of Yolanda and Macario Gonzaley; greatgrandfather of Yoko Nagasue and Nicholas Gonzaley; brother of Mrs. May Bonner Neil of Ocean City, Services Saturday 10 a.m. at McFall Bros. Funeral Home, 9419 Dexter. Family Hour Friday 7 till 8 p.m.

interment Elxmwood Cemetery. MARTIN 'ANNICE, March 27. Wife of the late Chester mother of Mrs. W. Earl (Mary) Givens, Paul and Franklin.

Services Saturday at the Kurrus Funeral Home, Belleville, Ill. For information, call 427-3800. MASTERS GEORGE, March 27, age 92. Husband of the late Bessie; father Mrs. Panagio Vlamis; grandfather of George Vlamis.

Funeral from the Verheyden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Drive, Saturday 10, and to Assumption Greek Orthodox Church, 21800 Marter Clair Shores, at 10:30. Prayers Friday evening at 8. McDONALD CARRIE March 29. Dearest mother of Webster C. and Eleanor Price; also survived by eight grandchildren Memorial and five service great-grandchil; dren.

p.m. at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 17567 Hubbell, Detroit. MCGAVIN WILLIAM A. Beloved husband Doris; dear father of Bernard, Barbara, Thomas, Mrs. Herbert (Shirley) Wilson, Mrs.

John (Delores) Roach, Mrs. Michael (Karen) Vermiglio, Terrance, Mrs. Richard (Janice) Haskins, Mrs. Daniel (Kathleen) Devine, and Michael; survived by 23 grandchildren; dear brother of Robert, Marguarite O'Keefe, and Alma Connell. Funeral from the Arthur J.

VanLerberghe Funeral Home, 30600 Harper Ave. (btw. 12 13 Mile St. Clair Shores, Saturday morning at 10:15, and St. John Berchman Church 11 a.m.

Prayers Friday evening at 8. O'CONNOR CHARLES March 29. Beloved husband of Mattie Lee; dear father of Mrs. Susan Grappin; grandfather of Charles and Nancy Lindstrom; brother of Mrs. Marie Redmond, Mrs.

Ellen Koral, and Mrs. Jane Spellicy. Services, Fred Wood FUneral Home (Rice Chapel), 36100 Five Mile Saturday Rd. (west 9:30 of Farmington a.m., Andrew's Episcopal Church, 16360 Hubbard Livonia, 10 a.m. Memorial contributions to St.

Andrew's Episcopal Church would be appreciated. ONCIUL MICHAEL, March 28. Beloved husband of the late Mary. Funeral services Monday 9:30 at SS. Peter Paul Roman Orthodox Church, Dearborn Heights.

Vigil services Saturday and Sunday evenings at 7:30 at Voran Funeral Home (Dearborn Chapel), 23701 Ford Rd. Donations to the church. PEARCE WILLIAM March 28, age 51. Husband of Darlene (nee Lee); father of Kevin and Brien; son of Mrs. Allyn Hornbeck; brother of Jack and Robert Hornbeck, and Mrs.

Noel Harshman. Funeral at the Verheyden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Drive, Saturday at 11. Tributes may be made to the charity of your choice. I DETROIT FREE MARCH 30, 1979 AP Photo Keeping the river away The people of Kampsville, in western Illinois, intensify sandbagging efforts Thursday to keep the rampaging Illinois River away from their homes. Part of the town of 450 people is already underwater, and the crest has not hit yet.

Israel starts lobbying for easier aid terms By SAUL FRIEDMAN Free Press Washington Staff WASHINGTON Israeli officials, rankled over what they consider harsh terms in the military and economic aid package offered by the United States as part of the peace agreement with Egypt, have quietly begun an effort in Congress to obtain easier terms. But congressional sources, including supporters of Israel, warn that such a lobbying campaign could endanger approval of the present aid proposal, which now seems assured. President Carter is expected to send the aid request for 'Egypt and Israel to Capitol Hill next week. White House sources say the total request will amount to $4.8 billion, slightly less than the $5 billion originally estimated. THE BREAKDOWN is as follows: Israel is to receive $800 million in grants, to be appropriated by the Congress, for removal of their bases from the Sinai, plus $2.2 billion in loans for military aid, for which Congress will supply the 10 percent, $220 million downpayment required by law.

The Egyptians, likewise, are to get $300 million in congressional grants and $1.5 billion in military loans, with the 10 percent, or $150 million, appropriated by Congress. Thus, the president has told budget officials and members of Congress that the aid package will end up costing taxpayers $1.1 billion $800 million for Israel and $300 million for Egypt. The additional $370 million in down payments $220 million for Israel, $150 million for Egypt plus the loans, will eventually be repaid. The president, according to congressional sources, in addition to emphasizing America's relatively small financial commitment, has said in tough language that he does not wish to grant Israelis the favorable loan terms they have had in the past. UNDER CURRENT law, Israel gets $1.8 billion yearly in military aid, supposedly in the form of credits or loans to be repaid with interest.

But Congress has "forgiven" more than half this amount during the last two years and Israel has received $1 billion of the aid, each year, as grants. Furthermore, Israel in the past has received "concessionary loans" from the United States. This means it gets interest rates of five percent or less, although the federal government pays higher rates to borrow the money it lends to Israel. This time, according to lawmakers who have spoken with the president, Carter insisted that the aid package be limited to what he intends to request, that it contain no "forgiveness" provisions and that Israel pay the current interest rates of between nine and 10 percent. Israeli officials, including Defense Minister Ezer Weizman and Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan, protested the terms last week in their talks with Secretary of Defense Harold Brown and Secretary of State Cyrus Vance, American authorities said.

AMERICAN officials, led by the president, remained steadfast, these authorities said, citing the flinty hostility to spending in Congress, even for an Isr treaty, if the cost seemed too high. Israeli sources here acknowledged that Carter had set strict terms "mostly because of American economic problems and the current mood toward spending." But one Israeli source suggested that Carter, in insisting on tough loan terms and reserving the possibility of easing them in the future, retains "some leverage on Israel the coming negotiations with Egypt." Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, in talks with lawmakers, asked their help in Israel's position" in the negotiations on the Palestinian issue. And Carter had made it clear he intends to keep pressure on the Israelis to negotiate in good faith. Nevertheless, a source on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee staff said, "Israel's close and reliable friends" on Capitol Hill and throughout Washington "have expressed their concern about the possibility in protecting Israel from military threats, he may be straining her economic system to the point of ISRAEL OWES various creditors around the world about $8 billion, including more than $4 billion to the United States. This is being repaid to the federal treasury at an annual rate of about $400 million.

The debt and repayment are helping to fuel Israel's current 40 percent inflation rate, which seems certain to increase with the new American loans and grants. That will make it even tougher for Israel to repay its debts. As a result, Israeli supporters, congressional sources say, have suggested that Congress authorize the aid package so that it permits the forgiveness or cancellation of part of the loan at a later date. "That could cause trouble," said: a senior Senate committee staff member, "because forgiving part of the loan, converting a loan into a grant, or lowering interest rates means spending more taxpayer money. "If there are serious suggestions of such a possibility, those opposed to spending any money for an agreement could chip away at the president's request and that could produce a momentum against the aid package." The staff member noted that at least one poll has shown voters are skeptical of the peace agreement and opposed, by a 2-to-1 margin, to spending American money on the agreement.

"Many congressional offices are reporting a surprising number of letters in opposition to the aid package. It may be one of the toughest foreign aid fights we've had in a long time." That 'eligible' physician really was a married man SAN FRANCISCO(AP) -When San Francisco magazine featured Dr. Arthur Bosworth as one of the city's 100 most eligible men, the magazine's editor hardly expected to get a subpena from the doctor's estranged wife. Editor Thomas Shess Jr. says he didn't even know Bosworth had a wife.

Bosworth But Shess now has a subpena asking him to reveal his sources for a three-paragraph blurb proclaiming Bosworth's virtues as a man-about-town. THE BOSWORTHS are currently getting divorced and Shess said, "Someone believes I have information that would be valuable in convincing a judge that Arthur has a lot of money." Shess thinks the subpena is silly and infringes on press Bids Proposals 12 If you want expert help in wording your Want Ad message contact a Free Press Ad Specialist now. An Ad Taker will help you find your buyer quickly and economically. Call 222-6800 or toll free 800-572-3670 Wayne County Community College will receive sealed bids for a site development contract for construction of the Western Wayne Campus at the corner of Haggerty and Tyler Roads in Van Buren Township, until 2:00 p.m. est April 26, 1979, in Room No.

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Think of you often A AND maybe next time 99 AMOS When I a am blue think of you Then I'm like new BETTY LEWIS HAPPY BIRTHDAY BETTY W. SEE YOU NEXT MONTH BARB M. BIRTHDAY WISHES TO Jimmy's Mom Sorry We Missed It Yesterday! BONZO Between your legs my knees, no wonder we can't win at Pinochle. Taco Taco Dan BUBBLES DUTCHIE Mayo will survive, 36 more days until -Daytona Down Did you know that I was taking you with me this weekend? Well am, in my thought and in my heart. I'll miss you.

Donna CONGRATULATIONS CAROL RICK March 30, 1979. Good luck best wishes. you too April! Greetings 19 DON LARUE Stick To Funerals Today A a.m Adelson, at the Dr. Ira Sidnev. Kaufman Services Chapel.

11:30 Baron, Joseph. Funeral 9:15 a.m. from the Czopek Funeral Home, to St John Canfius Church at 10. Bergero, Dorothy. Funeral 9 a.m.

from the Eppens-VanDeweghe neral Home, to Our Lady Queen of Peace Church at 9:30. Couture, Frank. Services 9:30 a.m. from Wm. Sullivan Son Funerai Home, Royal Oak, to Our Lady of Fatima Church at 10.

Domeneck, Anna. Services 10 a.m. from the Arthur J. VanLerberghe Funeral Home, to St. Isaac Jogues Church at 10:30.

Fosterling, Gustave. Funeral 10 a.m. from the Geo. F. Killeen Funeral Home, Detroit, to St.

Jude Church at 10:45. Hammond, Mary. Funeral 11:30 a.m. from the Verhevden Funeral Home, to St. Paul Church at 12 noon.

Hardy, Rov. Funeral 1 p.m. at the Verheyden Funeral Home. Jern, Jean. Funeral 11 a.m.

at Bell Chapel of the Wm. R. Hamilton Birmingham. Kiernan, Vincent. Services 10 a.m.

at the R. G. G. R. Harris Funeral Home, Garden City Matheny, Stella.

Funeral 1 p.m. at the Howe-Peterson Funeral Home, Dearborn. McQuade, Margaret. Service 9:30 a.m. from Ross B.

Northrop Son Funeral Horne, Redford, to St. Eugene Church at 10. Subjeck, Arthur. Funeral 12 noon at the Voran Funeral Home, Allen Park. Taylor, Delbert.

Funeral 12 noon at the Verhevden Funeral Home. Termini, Vincent. Funeral 9 a.m. at the Bagnasco Funeral Home. Timperman, Gerard.

Service 9:30 a.m. from the Sommers Funeral Home, to St. Peter Church at 10. Vanable, Leland. Funeral 11 a.m.

at Caldwell-Mulligan Funeral Home. Verplanke, Ferdinand. Services 11 a m. at the Clyne Funeral Home. Walrad, Iva.

Funeral 11 a.m, at the Vasu Funeral Home. Yutka, Alex. Services 9 a.m. from the John J. Skupny Funeral Home, 10 St.

Ladislaus Church at 9:30. ADAMSON ERNEST THOMAS, March 28, In Novi. Beloved husband of Louise; dear father of Mrs. Barry Duncan (Diane), and Mrs. Gary McCalla (Marilyn); brother of Robert E.

Adamson and Mrs. Nelson Crumley (Wilma). Memorial services 1 p.m. Saturday at the Heeney-Sundquist Funeral Home, 23720 Farmington Farmington. Interment Greenwood Cemetery, Emmet County, Mich.

Memorial tributes may be made to the American Lung Association of Southeastern Michigan, 28 W. Adams Detroit, Mich. 48226. BAILEY DR. MAYNARD March 28.

Beloved husband of Helen; dear father of Mrs. Christina L. Justin and Robert M. Bailey; grandfather of David and Robert Justin, and Noelani Christina Bailey; brotherin-law of Joseph Pasztak. Services from the Vasu Funeral Home, 4375 N.

Woodward (btw. 13-14 Mi. Saturday 9:30 a.m., and from Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Church at 10 a.m. Scripture service Friday 8:30 p.m. Arrangements by the Harvey A.

Neely Funeral Home. Family requests memorials to Kosciuszko Foundation, N.Y., N.Y., or the American Lung Association. BERNHARDT BETTY GRACE. Dear mother of Thomas and James Bernhardt, and Danny Lee Taraskiewicz; seven grandchildren; sister of Margaret Hill, Richard, Robert and William Hubbard. Funeral Saturday 11 a.m.

al A. H. Peters Funeral Home, 32000 Schoenherr at Masonic in Warren. BLANCHARD CLARENCE Husband of Helen; father of Mrs. Jane Brown, Mrs.

Priscilla Compton, and Mrs. Belinda Fenby; brother of Dr. L. E. Blanchard of Hudson, and Mrs.

Betty Sommer of Battle Creek; also survived by six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Memorial service 3 p.m. Saturday at Bushnell Congregational Church, Southfield at Grand River, Detroit. Memorials to the church preferred. BONVENTRE (VITRIA) DEMETRIA.

Beloved wife of the late Joseph; dear mother of Josephine Caradonna, James, Mary Grace Lupo, and of the late Anthony; 12 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren; dear sister of Francesco Picciche of Alcamo, Italy. Member of Loggia Yolanda and Madonna Delle Grazie. Funeral Saturday 8:45 a.m. from the Bagnasco Funeral Home, 25800 Harper. 9:30 a.m., St.

Joan of Arc Church. Rosary Friday 8 p.m. BRADY DOROTHY. Beloved wife of the late Robert dear mother of Mrs. Frederick (Barbara) Bussinger; two grandchildren; dear sister of Clare Peru, Mrs.

Bernice Schrock, Mrs. Margaret Simerson, and Bruce Peru. Funeral services Saturday at 11 a.m. from the Chas. R.

Step Funeral Home, 18425 Beech Daly Rp. (btw. 6-7 Mile). BRINDLEY LOUIS D. Best friend of Mrs.

Helen Scott; dear father of Mrs. Edith Ann Little and Cindy; two grandchildren also survive; son of Delbert. Services from the Ballheim Funeral Home, 4120 W. Jefferson, Ecorse, Saturday 10 a.m. Interment National Memorial Gardens.

BRUMBAUGH MARY March 28. Dear aunt of Marianne Thorpe; dear great-aunt of Denice, Diane, David and Darlene. Funeral from A. J. Desmond Sons Funeral Home (Mcinnes-Desmond Chapel), 16111 Woodward, Saturday 11 a.m.

BRZAKOWSKI MARY. Dear sister of Walter, the Rev. Jerome S.V.D., the late Josephine, and Sister Mary Cherubin, Sisters of St. Joseph, Garfield Heights, Ohio; dear sister-in-law of Celia; dear aunt of Mr. and Mrs.

Walter Schmidt; dear great -aunt of Mrs. Jacqueline Brown. Funeral Saturday 9:30 a.m. from the ard A. Turowski Son Funeral Home, 19400 Joy to Our Lady Gate of Heaven Church at 10 a.m.

Interment Sacred Heart of Mary Cemetery. Rosary Friday at 8 p.m. CASTIGLIONE ANTHONY J. (D'Alessandro). Be- loved husband of Olga; dear father of Mrs.

Robert (Carole) Kulio, Frank, Mrs. Mark (Marietta) Liscinsky, Annette, Anthony and Rosetta; also one granddaughter, Christina Marie; brother of John, and Margaret Gizowski. Funeral Saturday 9:15 a.m. from the A. H.

Peters Funeral Home, 32000 Schoenherr at Masonic in Warren. 10 a.m., St. Anne Catholic Church. Prayer service Friday 8 p.m. CONDON JERE March 27, in Stuart, Fla.

Beloved husband of Doris; dear father of Ronald Mrs. Nadine Lloyd, and Mrs. Judith Law; 17 grandchildren and eight greatgrandchildren; brother of Joseph and William Condon, Mrs. Phoebe Sharkey, and Mrs. Jeannette Gignac.

Services, Fred Wood Funeral Home (Rice Chapel), 36100 Five Mile Rd. (west of Farmington Saturday 10:30 a.m. St. Edith Church, 11 a.m. Scripture service Friday 8:15 p.m.

CRILLY LEO F. Beloved husband of the late Pauline; dear father of Charles, Shirley, June, Douglas and Joyce; 18 grandchildren; dear brother of Rose and Katherine. Funeral services Saturday 9 a.m. from Chas. R.

Step Funeral Home, 18425 Beech Daly Rd. (btw. 6-7 Mile). Mass at St. Agatha Church, 9:30 a.m.

Rosary Friday at 8 p.m. DeGRANDE PAUL, age 93. Beloved husband of the late Marie; dear father of Albert and Norman; survived by eight grandchildren and nine greatgrandchildren. Funeral at the thur J. VanLerberghe Funeral Home, 30600 Harper Ave.

(btw. 12 13 Mile St. Clair Shores, Saturday morning at 11, and St. Isaac Jogues Church at 11:30. Prayers evening at 7:30.

Oldest member of St. Charles Society. PURULESKI ALFREDA, March 28. Beloved wife of the late Clements; dear mother of Thomas Puruleski and Mrs. Willian Jerome (Christine) (Lucille) Katterson; Puruleski, sister of Mrs.

William (Henritta) Coon, and Mrs. Joseph (Theresa) Machnacki; also survived by four grandchildren. Funeral Saturday 9 a.m. from the D. S.

Temrowski Funeral Home, 30009 Hoover Rd. at Common Mile) St Sylvester Church, 9:30 a.m. Scripture Friday 8 p.m.. RAGAN JOHN. Beloved husband of Agnes; dear father of Vivian (Julius) Busse of Fullerton, Bruno (Zosia) Ragan, and Leonard (Lillian) Ragan; dear stepfather of Tessie Krzeminski, Blanche, Edward Hechlik, Edward (Ursula) Jedrzyklewicz of Stuttgardt, W.

Germany, and Laura Rzempala; seven grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, five step-grandchildren and six step-great-grandchildren. Funeral Saturday 9 a.m. from Anthony Wysocki Funeral Home, 12500 McDougall (2 blocks south of Davison), to Our Lady Help of Christians Church at 9:30. Interment Mt. Olivet.

Rosary Friday evening at 7. SCOLA JOSEPH, March 28, age 88. Husband of the late Mary; father of James, and Mrs. Mary Palazzolo; three grandchildren, five greatgrandchildren. Funeral from the Verhevden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack at Outer Drive, Saturday at 10:30, and to Assumption Grotto Church at 11.

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