Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on July 24, 1967 · 49
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CHICAGO TRIBUNE, MONDAY, JULY 24, 1967 Section 2 - 19 DEATH NOTICES Cont. from preceding page Nelson Daniel J. Nelson, fond brother of Jacob tJnnie Nelson. Resting at Jae9er Fu- r trai Home, iS2a N. 4-icero avenue. Services Tuesday, 1 p. m., Interment Mount Olive. 55-1320. Nelson Theodore W. Nelson, Jul 23, 1947, beloved husband of Marie T.; stepfather of Peter and William; grandfather of Lvnne; brother of Eleanor Slama. Funeral Wednesday, 1 p. m at Nelson Funeral Chapel, 5149-51 N. Ashland avenue, at Foster. Interment Memorial Park. LO 1-5147. Nezgoda Joseph Nezgoda, of Cicero, beloved husband of Frances, nee Smola; dear father of Geraldine Joseph Ward; brother of James, Frank, Waiter, Bernice Neigoda, and Helen Andel. Funeral Wednesday, July 26, 9 a. m., from Svec & Sons Funeral Home, e227 W. Cermak road, to Mary Queen of Heaven church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Queen of Heaven. GU 4-2050 or Bi 2-2027. Nolan See Mary K. McNallv notice. Norbom Albena Norbom, beloved sister of Ruth, and Mrs. E. R. Almloff; preceded in death by three brothers and two sisters. Visitation at Bentley & Sons Funeral Home, 2701 N. Clark street, from 4 p. m. Monday till 10 P. m. Tuesday. Services and interment in Burlington, la. Di 8-7.500. Norman Morley Norman, Route 1. Yorkville, lit, age 76, July 23, 1967, at Sandwich Community hospital, born Aug. 18, 1889, in Chicago-, survived by wife Rose: one daughter, Mrs. Marilyn IHermanl Hanouw of Millbroofc. III.; two sisters, Mrs. John Mae Lindahl of Mountain Home, Arlu, and Anna of Millbrook; one brother; Simon Norman of Yorkville. Funeral services Tuesday, 1:30 p. m., from Dunn Funeral Home, Piano, III. Rev. E. Leonard Johnson officiating. Interment Elm-wood cemetery, Yorkville. 552-8211. Nowicki Andrew Nowicki of Broadview, beloved husband of Amanda, nee Janken; loving father of Frank J.; fond brother of Mary lAndrewl Iwasvk and Nelly Uoel Korte; grandfather of three; great-grandfather of four. At rest at Broadview Funeral Home, 2020 Roosevelt road, Broadview, after 3 p. m., Monday. Services Tuesday, July 25, 1:30 p. m. Interment Oakridge ceme tery. Fi 4-3044. Nowinson See Mary K. McNally notice. O'Brien Ethel G. O'Brien, beloved wife of the late Walter W.; loving mother of Mrs. Marie IStevel Anselmo. John W. (Joan O'Brien, and the late Walter J. O'Brien; grandmother of eight; jreat-grandmotner of two. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. m., from h MnntcUir Funeral Home, 6901 W. Belmont avenue, to St. Luke church. River Forest, III. Interment All saints. NA 2-9300. O'Brien Florine O'Brien, nee Narducci, beloved wife of James M.; dear sister ot i-ior-' n- rinuohl Ipmole. Ida lAngelo Coduto, Lena Cosmo Grimaldi, Thomas Mildred Narducci, and the late Mary Scopa. At rest in Sobiesk Funeral Home, 548 W. Archer avenue, corner ot Maior. Funeral Wednesday. 9:30 a. m., to St. Jane de Chantal church. Interment Mount Carmel cemetery. PO 7-8808. O'Driscoll Michael J. O'Driscoll. beloved husband of Katherine; loving son of the late Michael and Julia O'Driscoll. Funeral Tuesday, July 25, at 9:30 a. m from the John E. Maloney Co. Funeral Hmw. 1359 W. Devon avenue, to St. Gertrude church. Mass 10 a. m. Inter ment All Saints cemetery. Member of division No. 308, CTA; St. Gertrude's Holy Name society, and the Hibernians, division No. 7. Native of Bondon, County Cork, Ireland. RO 4-1617. Ozrodnik Walter Ogrodnik, beloved husband of Nell, nee Czaika; loving father of Jeffrey, Victoria, and Michael; dear brother of Karl, Adeline aaena, ana tu.oiu. Funeral Tuesday, 10 a. m.. from Kolbus Funeral Home, 6841-57 W. Higgins ave nue, to Immaculate conception cnurcn, Norwood Park, interment St. Adalbert cemetery. Pleas omit flowers. 774-3232. O'Malley Anna F. O'Malley. nee Hastings, beloved wife of Edward T.; fond mother of Bernice Harry P.J Drnec. me tare Edward F., and John T.; grandmother of eight; sister of Agnes Oliphant, and Helen O'Malley, the late James, Joseph and Margaret O'Heam, and Kamryn Ambrose. Funeral Wednesday. 9 a. nij from Egan Funeral Home, 3700 W. 63rd street to the Church of St. Nicholas ef Tolentlne. Interment Holy Sepulchre. Visitation after 4 p. m. Monday. LU 2-2000. Olszewski Clara Olszewski of Bridgeport community, beloved daughter of Frances and the late Stanley Simikowskl; dear sister of Anna (Joseph) Cserpnyak, Joseph Ueanl. Marvann I Frank I Janecka. and the late John; nieces and nephew. Fu neral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m., from Pomierski Funeral Home, 1059 W. 32d street to St. Mary of Perpetual Help church. Interment Resurrection. YA 7- 6424. Rauhut Walter W. Rauhut, dear fattier of Walter Jr., Georgia una Re:llv, William, and Don- aio; granaratner ot Ten; son of the late Gustave and Paulina; brother of Fred. Arthur, Elsie Caputo, Pauline Rauhut, the are k n e i n n o I a K?unui, ana Lyoia Corbeft. Services Tuesday, 1:30 p.m., at Friedrichs Funeral Home, 1939 W. 35th STreei. imermeni eetnania. 523-0056. Rhode John E. Rhode, beloved husband of the late Laura M.; devoted father of Bettie Jane (Sinclair) Morris and the late Jonn w.; dear father-in-law of Charlotte: fond grandfather of seven; brother of Mamie Hoist and the late Anna Patter son, Louise Bell. Helen Huff, and Maude Miller; uncle of Robert E. Miller and the late Ethel Blank. Funeral Tuesday, 10:30 a. m., from Stanley Funeral Home, 3060-64 Milwaukee avenue, to Our Lady of Grace church. Mass 11 a. m. Interment si. josepn s cemetery, m 2-3330. Richards Georgia B. Richards, beloved wife of Paul W.; dear sister of Mrs. Evelyn Dr. George) Berger. Remains resting at Drake and Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western avenue, from 4 until 10 p. m. Monday, July 24. Services at convenience of family. In lieu of flowers, memorials to tne American cancer society would oe appreciated. 561-684. Rogers James P. Rogers, beloved husband of Ann M. Rogers; loving father of James Rogers, and Virglna Thomas of Racine, wis.; fond Urol her ot May Quinlan. Funeral Tuesday. July 25, at 9:30 a. m.. from the John E. Maloney Co. Funeral Home, 1359 w. Devon avenue, to St. Jerome church. Mass 10 a. m. Inter ment ah Saints cemetery. RO 4-1617. Rov William L. Roy, beloved husband of Ber nice, nee Porter; dear father of Lois. Michael, Timothy, Theresa, Daniel, An drew, and Rudolph; fond son of Anna and the late Louis; brother of Robert. Rest ing at Beukema Funeral Home, 10456 S. Western avenue, where services will be neio Tuesday, 1 p. m. Interment Oak Hill. OC S-2144. Ruder : Hermina W. Ruder, beloved wife of the late Joseph C; dear mother of Henry r. Dorothy, Eunice F. Zamorskl (Leonard), and the late Joseph E. (Martha); grandmother of si; great-grandmother of four. At Williams Funeral Home. 12 Lake street. Oak Park, after 1 p. m. Monday. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a. m., to St. Mel church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment family lot. In lieu of flowers. donations to y.our favorite charity. 843- 888. Ruffolo See Mary Fasanella notice. Ruszczak Hattie Hedwig Ruszczak, nee Seluga, of Lombard, III., formerly of North Chicago, III., beloved wife of Michael; fond mother of Mrs. Phyllis Konarski Ray mond!, Clarence and Mrs. Jeannette Lambert (James); nine grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. m., from Brust Funeral Home, 135 S. Main street. Lombard. Mass 9:30 a. m. at Sacred Heart church. Interment Assumption ceme tery. 629-0094. Sarocka Charles Sarocka, beloved husband of rviairo'inc, cc .iic3iiancr lunu vainer I of Stella Peter) Kancius, Bruno Louise I Valentine and Albert i Ruth; dear flrandfather of I Antonta Valentine, Wednesday at 9 a. m., from the Rudmin Funeral Home, 3319 S. Lituanlca avenue, to St. George church, interment St. casimir cemetery. YA 7-1138. Schmidt Ida, nee Weick; fond father of Clarence I Veglia Stelzer. Richard E. Stelzer, beloved husband of the late Henrietta, nee Rodig; fond brother of the late Clara Schumann; loving uncle of Doris Yoder, Marie Em-mett, Caroline Opyt, Rosalie Kallenborn, Mary Jane Loggins, Herman Rodig, and Bernard Rodig. Funeral service Wednesday, 10:30 a. m., at Beverly Ridge Chapel, 10415 S. Kedzie. Interment private. Stransky Otto V. Stransky, beloved husband of Julia, nee Skoda; loving father of Otto J. IMarcella and Edward A. Mil- dredl; dear grandfather of Kenneth, Cheryl, Glenn, Bruce, and Robert; brother ot Dr. premysi j. srransicy ana tne iare Libuse Hreisa, and Valeria stransky. Services Wednesday, July 26, at 9 a. m. at Otto V. Stransky & Son Funeral Home. 5112 S. Western avenue, to St. Clara of Montefako church for mass at 10 a. m. Entombment St. Marys cemetery. Funeral Director in Chicago for 52 years. Member of Chicago Funeral Direc tors Association, Illinois Funeral Directors Association, National Funeral Directors Association, Greater Chicago lodge No. 340 C. S. A., Blue Condors club, and Colleagues club. Visitation after 3 p. m. Monday. PR 8-0700. Sullivan Patrick M. Sullivan, beloved husband of the late Salina Sullivan; loving grandfather of Asa R. Proctor, Pauline Baaba and Gerard P. Schwager. Funeral Wednesday, July 26, at 9:30 a. m. from the John E. Maloney Company Funeral Home, 1359 W. Devon avenue, to St. Jerome church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment local. RO 4-1617. Sunny See Joseph Siunecko notice. Swenson Alma O. Swenson, nee Sahlln, beloved wife of the late Carl O.; loving mother of Mrs. Edith Archie Kraakevik, Mrs. Marie J. William Pearson, and Mrs. Lillian (Lewis Perkins; grandmother of seven; great-grandmother of two; sister of Elin Johnson and Joseph and Fred Sahlin, also Edwin Sahlin of Sweden. Services Tuesday, July 25, 1 p. m. at Drake & Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western avenue. Interment Ridgewood cemetery. 561-6874. Vack Roy E. Vack, beloved son ef Helen nee Marseille and the late Charles E. Vack; dear nephew of Louis and George Marseille. Visitation after 7 p. m., Monday. Funeral Wednesday, 9:15 a. m., from the Sheeny Funeral Home, 8343 S. Ashland avenue, to Little Flower church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Mary cemetery. Member of O'Donnell-Eddy-Floss Post A. L. ST 3-7700. Van Zandt Everett E. Van Zandt, beloved husband or Lillian van zandt; loving father of Bernice Ringbioom and Laveme Kasiorek; fond grandfather of Linda Kasiorek. Funeral Wednesday, 1 p. m. at Blake- Lamb Chapel, 4727 W. 103rd St., Oak Lawn. Interment Mt. Emblem cemetery. Masonic services Tuesday 8 P. m. under tne auspices of the Logan Square Lodge No. 891 AF & AL. Retired 50 year employee of Chicago Milwaukee RR and Brotherhood Railroad Trainmen, Lodge no. ii. For transportation information Gail 636-1193 or 735-4242.- IN-LAW TAKES CYCLE FOR RIDE DIES IN CRASH Loses Control and Hits Light Pole July 22. dearest mother of Walter Frances, Genevieve I josepn i Kakunas. and Anton I May I grandmother of 11; great-grandmother of seven, f-unerai Wednesday, v a. m., from the Marquette Funeral Home, 2533 W. 71st street, to Nativity B. V. M. church. Interment St. Casimir. GR 6-2345. Jr., Mrs. Shirlev I Joseph I Gentile. Mrs. Marilyn Braun, and Thomas; dear brother of Mrs. Louise Kamp. Funeral Wednes day, July 26, 9:30 a. m. from Lukas Funeral Home, 1333 West 127th street, to Holy Rosary (Slovak) church, 100 West 108th Place. Mass 10 a. m. interment St. Mary's cemetery. Information, 388- 1800. Seiden Herman L. Seiden of 3913 Sugar Loaf lane, Skokie, beloved husband of Freida, nee Bress; devoted father of Philip Lois; loving grandfather of Jeffrey and Mark; dear son of Sarah and the late Fischel; fond brother of Robert, Henryi Thelma Rosenberg, and Goldie Chirlin, Services Tuesday, 10 a. m., at Piser North Suburban Memorial Chapel, 9200 Skokie b vd.. Skokie. Interment Memorial Park. Friends may pay their respects at the chapel Monday after 7 P. m. 679-4740. Shay Vincent G. Shay, July 22, 1967. Beloved husband of Eleanor, nee Althammer; dear father of Judith Godat; brother of Gwen Madigan. services Tuesday, I P. m., at John M. Pedersen & Son Chanel, 4338 W. Fullerton avenue. In terment Mt. Olive. 235-1610. Sherman Benl. E. Sherman of 1440 N. Lake Shore drive, beloved husband of Beatrice, nee Aaron; dear father ot Leonard n. (Diane) Sherman and Suzy Stanley Braun; loving grandfather of Miriam and David Sherman, Sidney and Marilyn Braun; fond brother of Rose Abram-sohn, Isaac Edith Abramsohn, Morris, David. Phillip, Marcia. and the late Zell. Services Monday, 3:30 p. m., at Piser Memorial Chapel, 5206 Broadway. Inter ment Anshe Emet section. Memorial Park. Friends are asked to pay their respects at time of service. Memorials may be made to C. J. A. Israel Emer gency fund. LO 1-4740. Sherrv . . ... m James F. Sherry, beloved husband of The I VVaisn Concetta Veglia. nee DiCaouta, devoted wife of Alfred; loving mother of Jerry Carmela, nee Paciel, Mary Carmen Areno, Louie Victoria, nee DeFrance, Millie Herbert Billenstein, and Alverio IJerrvl Canesso; dear grandmother of 13; great-grandmother of one; fond sister of Tony. Funeral Tuesday, 10 a. m., from Rosario D. Salerno's Funeral Home, 6300 W. North avenue, to St. Thomas Aquinas church. Entombment Queen of Heaven. ME 7-0449 Of 0450. Vicen Florian Vicen, beloved husband of the late Theresa, nee Pavlicek; dear father of Marie (Clarence Stejr; dear grandfather of Mary Ann John Roberts and Dennis (Penelope) Sfeir; great-grandfather of Lisa Ellen Steir; brother of Margaret Petrik of Ohio; also a brother and sister in Europe. Funeral Tuesday, 9 a. mrf from Mensik Funeral Home, 2718 W. 51st street, to St. Simon church. Mass 9:30 a. m. interment Resurrection. PR 6-3571. Vincenti Leo Vincenti, 60-year resident of Melrose Park, beloved husband of Mary, nee Pisano; loving father of Ann Dr. Frank G, LaPata. Fred Helen, Dr. A. P. Vincenti Mary and Carmelite Joseph R.J Orvino; grandfather of nine; great-grandfather ef five; dear brother of Anna Caracappa. Funeral Wednesday. July 26, 9:30 a. m. from Rosewood Funeral Home, 4000 St. Charles road, Bel I wood. Mass 10 a. m. St. Charles Borromeo. Interment Queen of Heaven cemetery. LI 4-6667. Walsh Henry Hankl T. Walsh, beloved husband of Helen, nee Powers; fond father of Charles H.; grandfather of Susan; brother of Mrs. A. L. Rich of St. Petersburg, Fla. and Gertrude H. Powers. Funeral Wednesday, July 26, at 8:45 a. m., from the Drumm Funeral Home, 2035 E. 79th street 1 block East of Jeffery boulevard, to St. Brides church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Mary's cemetery. SO S-1610. Orvino See Leo Vincent) notice. Page John W. Page, age 98, Rogers Park, husband of the late Emma B. Page; father ot t-anme f. r-ox or Tucson, Ariz.; three granddaughters; four great-grandchildren and one great-greatgrandchild. Visitation from 7 to 9 p. m. Saturday and 4 to 9 p. m. Sunday, at Drechsler-Brown Funeral Home, 203 S. Marion street (Wisconsin avenue. Oak Park, where services will oe neio at i o. m. Monday. Interment private. In lieu of flowers memorials to University of Illinois would be appreciated. 303-3191. late Anna, nee Oglin, and Barbara, nee Pros; devoted father of James J. Mar garet, Thomas J. Grace), Marie Joseph Kluck; grandfather of Eugene Sherry and Darlene Kluck; great-grand father of five. Funeral 9:30 a. m., Wednesday, July 26, from Schmaedeke Funeral Home, 10701 S. Harlem avenue. Worth, to St. Michael's church, Orland Park. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Adal bert. 448-6000. formerly of I Short Calvin H. Short MD, formerly of Chicago and fractal I aire. III . at St. Charles. Mo., July 22, 1967, beloved husband of Werner caroiovn Ann Bills snort; dear fattier ot Mrs. Jack iprisciiiai carter ana Calvin H. Short Jr.; dear grandfather. father-in-law, brother-in-law, and uncle. Services were held Monday, July 24, 1967 at C. L. Pnnster Funeral Home, St. Charles, Mo. Cremation Valhalla Chapel of Memories. Member of Thi Rho Sigma fraternity, A. M. A., Illinois Medical society. Alumnus Williams Col lege, Williamstown, Pa. John J. Walsh, beloved husband of Mary, nee Keating; loving father of Jack, Richard, Maureen, Joan, Janet, and Georgiann Walsh; son of the late Catherine and James Walsh; brother of Patrick of England and Andrew of Ire land. Funeral Tuesday, at 8:45 a. m from The Chapel. 2100 W. 95th, at Hovne, to St. Justin Martyr church. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. Native of ciaremorns, Ballinrobe, Co. Mayo, Ireland. Member of St. Justin Martyr H. N. S. and Ambassadors of Mary. Vis itation after I p. m. Sunday. PR 9-3535. Verna P. Werner, July 22, sister of Albert Pittman of Iowa, Everett Pittman of Washington, Ted and Fordyce Pittman, both of Wyoming. Member of the Grove Heights Baptist church. South Side Zonta club, the Business and Pro fessional Women's Club of Chicago, and the first president of the Women's Board of Lake Zurich. 111. Resting at the Tews Funeral Home, Tvm street ana Phillips avenue. Services 8 p. m. Mon day. Interment Portland, Ore. Parker June Parker, nee Banoor. beloved wife of the late Murray; dear mother of Daniel; I Shrover fond grandmother of Gregory; sister of Edward c shrover, beloved husband of I Willis Leora Dagen Shroyer; fond father ot Bessie Willis, beloved wife of the late Edward Lee and Raymond Francis! netx Willis, dear sister of Ethel Lum- onrorer, sronQroiiier or " iey and Percy. Funeral Saturday, n Raeann, David I Paul, .Joseph, and Sharon; a Tabernacle A. M. E. church. ZitA I auiMnA Ch.MM, . ; ill I MICWIW, fVMWIiyaili Funeral services Tuesday, i:jo p. m., ar i wise Hursen tnapei. vi i w. maoison sireei. ;. Mmn h.ithanl f Pi.hv. Marie Jerz, Virginia Dunbar, Ann Jo seph Gresh, and Emily Peter Borg. Funeral Tuesday, 10 a. m from Fortuna Funeral Home, 4401 S. Kedzie avenue, to St. Joseph and St. Ann church. Inter ment Resurrection cemetery. Information LA 3-7781. Interment Forest Home. Partoll Alfred Partoll, July 22, 1967, beloved I Silander husband of Anna; dear father of Herbert I see Mabel E. Hultgren notice. J. ana Alfred c. partoii; rono grand- (;.... father of Kurt, Linda, Joseph, Kimberly, I ownpsun and Kent; brother of Johann Partoll and Lena Eiterer in Austria. Funeral Tues day. 10 a. m.. from Alt-Benson Funeral Home, 3224 W. Montrose avenue, to Our Lady of Mercy cnurcn. Mass iu:jo a. m. Interment St. Boniface cemetery. IR 8-2036. Phillips Fred M. Phillips, late of 644 Surf street, beloved brother of Glenn Phillips, Marian Parker, Jay E. Phillips, George Sherman, and the late Rex, Byrl, and Ed ward Phillips, Stella Warner, ana carne Harbour. Services Wednesday, 10 a. m., at H. Marik Sons Funeral Home, 6507 W. Cermak road, to Wood lawn cemetery. GU 44310 or Bl 2-3255. Piechna Anna Piechna, nee Gierut, beloved wife of Adam; dear mother of Jane Dr. Ed mund Kosowski, Joseph Lillian Dvoas. and Sylvester Sylvia; fond sister of Marv Kubisz. Frank and Jonn Gierut, ana Ignatius and Louis Gierut in Poland; grandmother of Diane, David, Christine, and Larry. Funeral Wednesday, July 26, at 9:30 a. m.. from Frank S. Patka Fu-neril Home, 3756 S. Paulina street, to SS. Peter and Paul church. Member of SS. Peter and Paul Altar and Rosary society, Apostieship of Prayer, ana sr. Hedwig society, group no. ij i. p. a. Visitation Monday after 6 p. m. Interment Resurrection. LA 3-0829. Piotrowski Eugenia Jean Piotrowski, nee Ptak, beloved wife of Chester; loving mother of Maryann; dear daughter of Stanley and Evelyn Plan; Tono sister or towm Joseph Simpson, 543 E. 88th Place, July 22, 1967, beloved nusoano or jame a.; loving father of April and Cardell. Wake Tuesday, 8:00 p. m. to 9:00 p. m. Funeral Wednesday, 10 a. m. at Metropolitan Community church, 4100 S. Parkway, Interment Restvale. Sklare Bos Sklare of 6112 N. Claremont, Cher Ished wife of Jack H.; adored mother of Norman Sklare, and Beverly Seymour Mandel; sister of Irene; darling grandmother of Ron and Terry. Services Mon day, 3 p. m., ar original weinsrein a sons Chapel, 3019 W. Peterson road. Interment Westlawn cemetery. In lieu ef flowers. contributions may be made to the Elsheva I Wriffht Kanlan Pioneer Women. Chanel visitation i "&" at time of services. LU i-iayu. Siunecko Joseph Siunecko, dearly beloved husband of Lillian; fond father of Lillian Peter Dudczyk, Lorraine Charles) Torpe, and Joseph Millie Siunecko; grandfather of Janice and Candy Torpe; brother of Bes sie Vlcek, Barbara Racansky, and Josephine Fiiip. Funeral Tuesday, July 25, 1:30 p. m., John I. cnrastka Memorial Chapels. 6301 W. Cermak road, Berwyn. Interment Woodlawn Memorial Park. Vis itation Sunday after 5 p. m. OL 2-1023 or I WvSOCki Bi 2-2990. I nee Croff; loving father of Carol Paulick, Deborah, and Diane; fond grandfather of seven; dear brother or Josephine caroon. William. Mary White, and the late Harry, Resting at the Bormann Funeral Home, 16th avenue, north of Lake street, Mel rose park, wnere services will be held Wednesday, 9:30 a. m. Mass 10 a. m.. at Sacred Heart church. Interment Mount carmel cemetery. 344-0714. Witt Johanna Witt, loving mother of Robert; grandmother of Paul; lifelong resident of Oak Park. Resting at the Lutheran Home and Service for the Aged chapel. 800 W. Oakton street, Arlington Heights, where services will be held 1:30 p. m. Tuesday. Visitation atter p. m. Mon day. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens West. 253-0168. Charles G. Wright, Lombard, beloved husband of Zora; fond father of Thomas C Mrs. Susan Olson, and Mrs. Sydney Richerson: grandfather of seven; brother of Mrs. Helen Novak, Mrs. Ruth God win, and Mrs. Ann Davis. Resting ar the Coffev Funeral Home. 229 S. Ma n. Lombard, visitation i uesoay, aner P. m. In state Wednesday, in the First United Congregational church of Lom bard, from 12 until p. m. services. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens West, Information, 627-1400. and Sylvester. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 1 Cnvrior a. m- from Laramie Funeral Home, 3012 P,yu5 Smart Mary M. Smart of Glenview, beloved wife of Walter P.; dear mother of Walter Jr.. Robert, and Barbara Besenlak; grandmother of seven. Funeral from Meyer Funeral Home. 6251 Dempster street, Morton Grove, Tuesday, 9:30 a. m., to St. Catherine Laboure church, Glenview. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Mary's. visirarion aner z p. m. to p-Z5UUr S. Laramie. Cicero, to St. Mary of Czestochowa. Interment Resurrection cem etery. TO 3-2207. Pisano See Leo Vincenti notice. Piscitiello See Mary Fasanella notice. Pizzo Guiseppa Pizzo, nee Clemente, fare of 2403 N. 75tb court, Elmwood Park, beloved wife of the late Frank; loving mother of John Fannie, Anthony Josephine, and Lodivico, Giuseppi, Giacomo. all of Italy, and the late FillP- po: nine grandchildren; five great-grand children. Funeral Tuesday, 9 a. m., from Rago Brothers, 5120 Fullerton avenue, to sr. cyprian cnurcn. interment St. josepn. AR 6-7600. Quinn Jessie M. Quinn, beloved wife of the late John; loving mother ef Dr. John T. Quinn; grandmother ef John, Wil liam, and Deborah; sister of Mrs. Myrtle McManon, Mrs. Olive Cassin and the late Russell Lyons. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a. m., from Hursen Chapel, 5911 W. Madison street, to St. Thomas Aquinas church. Mass 10 a. m. interment St. Joseph. Racine Fred J. Racine, dear husband of lone; father of Fred G., Jean Skogsbergh, and Joan Griffith; five grandchildren; stepfather of Carol Rushing and children. Service Tuesday, 1:30 p. m., at Edgar-Anderson Funeral Home, 4821 N. Damen nue. Interment Acacia Jark. Member or van Buren post. No. A. L. LO 1-2016. Jacob P. f Jackl Snvder, beloved husband of Josephine, nee Klepac; loving father of Dorothy Bodenstein, Charlotte Kulisk, Jacob H. Snyder and Robert Nelson; dear brother of Lena DePyssler and John Snyder; fond grandfather of 12; son of the late John and Louise Snyder. Visitation Sunday, after 4 p. m. Funeral Tues day, 9 a. m. from Devriendf Funeral Home, 2708 N. Western avenue to Our Lady of Mount Carmel church. Mass 9:30 a. m. interment at. Josepn. tiu 6-iie. Socke Lrdia Socke, beloved daughter of Frances and the late Andrew; dear sister of Norbert Frances!; loving aunt of Bar bara Robert Frank and Richard U.S. N. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m., front Stanley Funeral Home, 3060-64 Milwau kee avenue, to St. Hyacinth church. Interment St. Adalbert cemetery. Di 2-3330. Stachura Josephine Stachura. beloved daughter of the late Anthony and Lucille; dear sister of Frank, Gladys Handzik, Michael Rae, Adele Frank Grabiec, and the late Mamie Tepper, and the late Syl vester utenaj; nieces and nephews. Funeral Wednesday. 9:30 a. m. from Fortuna Funeral Home. 4401 S. Ktdiim avenue to St. pancratius. Interment Res- surecTion cemetery, information La 3-7781. Stegeman Victoria Lynn Stegeman of Rolling Meadows, loving daughter of Beverly and William F. Stegemen; beloved grand- I daughter of Charles J. Schaaf and Oloa IZdenanllK Stegeman. Visitation after 3 p. m. Mon- I Frank Zdenahlik. Beloved husband of day at Lauterburg & Oehler Funeral I Sylvia, nee Vobr. Services Tuesday, 1:30 Home, 2000 E. Northwest highway, Arling- I d. m. at H. Marlk Sons Funeral Home. ton Heights, where services will be held 1 6507 W. Cermak road. Intermen Bohe- luesaay, 10:30 a. m. interment Mount mian National Member of Cicero post. Emblem. 253-5423. No. 96, A. L. GU 4-6310 or Bi 2-3255. Peter J. (Pete Sarge Wysockl, dearest brother of Anastacia Kellogg - and Lillian Kondelik and the late John and Anthony; fond uncle of James B. Ruth Kellogg, Lillian iKooenj btuarr, uinian Bud Fox, and the late Edward Dorothy Wysockl, and granduncle. Funeral Wednesday, July 26, 9 a. m.. from John H. Patka Funeral Home, 1256-58 W. 51st street, to St. Adrian's church. Interment Resurrection cemetery. BO 8-5257. Zabinski Albert Zabinski, beloved husband of the late Ti lie, nee Nickel; loving rather of Wanda John Uhlrlch, Helen Paul Hudec, and Sophie Frank jogminas, ana the late Louis; grandfather of seven. Funeral Tuesday, July 25, 9:30 a. m., from John H. Patka Funeral Home, 1258 W. 51st street, to St. John of God church. Interment St. Marys cemetery. BO 8-5257. Zavala Gregory Zavala, July 22, beloved husband of Florence, nee Brisky; loving tatner ot Raquel Zavala and Anita isamj Ramirez; devoted son of Hilaria Zavala; dear grandfather of Sam Jr., David, Nina, and fcduaroo; fond ororner or Marcario, Domitila, Rosario Ibarra and Juan. Funeral Wednesday, 8:45 a. m., from John F. Eudeikis Funeral Home, 4605 s. Hermitage avenue, to immaculate Heart of Marv cnurcn. interment ar. Mary. Visitation Monday after p. m. YA 7-1741, Zeches Mary Agnes Zeches, beloved wife of Ed ward J.; dear sister of Thomas E. and Edward t. O'Snaugnnessy, ana rwrs. Martha Kesler. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m from Drake Son Funeral Home. 5303 N. western avenue, to sr. Margaret Mary church. Mass 10 a. m. Entombment Queen of Heaven mausoleum. 561-6874. Bobby D. Chuculate, 31, oi 2837 S. Spaulding av., a factory worker, died yesterday in Cook county hospital of head injuries suffered Saturday night in a motorcycle crash in front of 2404 S. Sawyer av. f: Chuculate's brother-in-law Thomas L. Braswell, 2418 S Troy av., owner of the motorcycle, told police Chuculate took the cycle without permis sion. Braswell said Chuculate losi control of the cycle almost im mediately T and rode for two blocks at an increasing speed before hitting the pole. Chucu late leaves his wife, Bertha and one child. Collision Kills Youth Richard Clark, 21, of 27 Glen av., Fox Lake, was killed early yesterday when the auto he was he was riding collided head-on with an auto on Illinois high- ... . T n1, TU driver of the auto, James Bow ers, 18, of KocKford, suffered minor injuries. Joseph Sullivan, 41, of 4928 Monroe st., was killed early yestrday when the auto he was driving left the road and struck a tree three miles southeast of Little Rock, Ark. State police said Sullivan was pronounced dead in University hospital in Little Rock after apparently being thrown from the auto in the crash. A passenger, Floyd E. Summerville, 16, of Sweet Home, Ark., suffered minor in juries. Killed in Kentucky Mrs. Louise Crawford, 46, of 2731 Magnolia av., was killed yesterday in a collision near Trenton. Ky. Kentucky state police at Madisonville said a boat on a trailer behind the car driven by Mrs. Crawford south in U. S. highway 41 veered into the southbound lane of the nar row road and hit a truck. The truck driver and Mrs. Crawford's husband, Enoch, 59, were hospitalized with injuries suffered in Ihe accident. Both the truck and the auto overturned. Mrs. Crawford was thrown from her car and crushed beneath it Up to midnight Saturday, 298 persons had been killed in traffic accidents in Cook county since Dec. 31. Of these, 148 were killed in Chicago, where 19,903 persons were injured in the same period. POLICE WOUND, NAB SUSPECT IN KIDNAP TRY Rapid City, S. D., July 23 IUPD A Washington state woman was abducted at gunpoint here today and forced to accompany a Rapid City, S. D., man as a hostage, before the man was wounded and captured, police said. Pennington county police said Richard Bear King, 21, was apprehended after a shooting melee. The woman, Mrs. Mark Paine, 35, Kirkland, Wash., was unhurt. King was held in connection with the abduction of the wom an. Authorities said he apparently took Mrs. Paine as a hostage when another man refused to let him drive off in his car. Our Men mi..Jli-.. ... bud - - YOUTH FOUND FATALLY SHOT IN AUNT'S HOME Sterling, HI., July 23 The body of a 16-year-old California youth was found early today in a closet in the home of his aunt, police said. The youth, identified as Rene Castillo of Los Angeles, had been shot twice in the back of the head with a ,410-gauge shotgun, police said. The body was found by young Castillo's brother. Police refused to disclose most other details of the shooting, including the names of the youth's aunt and brother. Nab Stabbing Suspect John McDaniel, 36, who was amployed at the Volunteers of America thrift store, 1420 38th st., was slashed to death last night in a quarrel with another employe in the agency's cafeteria. Edward Johnson, 51, of the same address, was arrested later on a bus at 63d and State streets and charged with the murder. Sp. 5c Roger Friz, 23, helicopter crew chief with the army's 11th armored cavalry in Viet Nam. Readers with pictures suitable jor publication of relatives at work or war in Viet Nam are invited to mail them to the "Our Men in Viet Nam" column. Pictures should be mailed to city editor, The Chicago Tribune, 435 N. Michigan av., Chicago, 111. 60611, with phone number and address of sender. Sp. 5 c Roger Friz, 23, of 2033 Grace st., is a helicopter crew chief with the army's 11th armored cavalry regiment in the deltas of Viet Nam. His helicopter takes troops to battlegrounds and serves as a platform for machine guns. Friz recently received the air medal with a first and second oak leaf cluster for " "meri torious achievement in aerial flight in support of ground forces." Between March 17 and May 3, he participated in more than 25 aerial missions over enemy territory in support of counterinsurgency operations "Every week I send a pack age, in which I include the front sections of the week's Tribunes," said his mother, Mrs. Albert Friz. "He says that every man in his unit reads them." Friz was graduated in 1963 from Lakeview High school. He has been in Viet Nam since January. His brother, Richard, 21, is stationed in Takhli, Thailand, with the air force. His other brother, Edward, 32, served in Korea. Sen. Mundt Blasts U. S. Exports to Reds Sen. Karl Mundt R., S. D. charged last night that a Presidential proposal to expand trade with communist nations is "completely indefensible" and in effect would aid the enemy. The Soviet government is providing the weapons which are prolonging the war and escalating our casualties in Viet Nam, Sen. Mundt said. "All of the sophisticated weapons, witnout exceptions, that r:e being used to prolong this war come from the Com munist countries to which Pres ident Johnson now suggests we expand our imports," Sen, Mundt declared. "Totally Incomprehensible" "That is why I say it is to me totally incomprehensible why our commander in chief would want to supply the forces that are killing his troops, and it certainly is completely indefen sible." The senator spoke on the Manion Forum, the radio pro gram conducted by Clarence Manion, author, lecturer and constitutional authority. Sen. Mundt said that, as the result of an executive order, there are now 450 different kinds of items that can be shipped to Russia without re striction. Agrees With General "While some of those items are unuseable in tne war machine itself," Sen. Mundt said, "I agree with the general who testified before our com mittee very recently. "He said: 'In time of war, this type of war, there is no such thing as a nonstrategic weapon.' 'And he pointed out that it doesn't make any difference whether we're sending them roller skates and bicycles and school books and clothing for their women. Whatever we're sending them supplies their staggering civilian economy." Mundt said mat two mem bers of his staff have been scrutinizing the lists of permitted supplies and found one, destined for Poland, was a type of gravimeter which traces the trajectory of missiles. He wrote the secretary of commerce, Mundt continued, and was told it was a mistake the matter would be reexplored and the item would not be sent. "How many other such items are there? We found fuel for rockets, for example, among the thing that we're shipping over there that are supposed to be nonstrategic," Mundt said. AMY PARSONS, WIFE' OF JUDGE, DIES AT AGE 56 Mrs. Amy Parsons, 56, the wife of Judge James B. Parsons of federal District court, died in Wesley Memorial hospital Saturday night. The:Parsons home is at 2801 South Park way. She was a former cashier at Provident hospital and former chief cashier for the Chicago housing authority. Married in 1952 She was married to Parsons in 1952. In 1961 he was named a federal judge, the first Negro appointed to a lifetime post in the federal judiciary. . Mrs. Parsons, the former Amy Maxwell, was born in Cincinnati and came to Chi- r v. i Mrs. James B. Parsons cago as an infant. She grew up on the south side, was graduated from Hyde Park High school, and studied at Northwestern university. Grandfather Donated Land Her grandfather, George Maxwell, furnished the land on which Wilberforce university was built in Wilberforce, O. Mrs. Parsons leaves her husband and an adopted son, Hans-Dieter. Services will be held at 1 p. m. Wednesday in the Good Shepherd Congrega tional church, 5700 Prairie av., where as a youngster she had been a charter member. Wednesday would have been her 57th birthday. Death Elsewhere Prof. John Cobb Cooper, 79, former president of the Inter national Institute of Space law, who predicted that "chaos and conflict" would be inevitable in outer space unless nationality was established; founder and first director of tne insti tute of international air law at McGill university in 1951; in Princeton, N. J. Rebel Village in Wisconsin Rejoins State Winneconne, Wis., July 23 (CPD This rebellious village laid down its arms and rejoined Wisconsin today after having put itself on the map. Incensed because Winneconne had been left off Wisconsin's 1967 highway map because of a mistake, townspeople yesterday seceded from the state and formed the "sovereign state of Winneconne." Wisconsin's 32d national guard division was in Minnesota for summer training and the state had no troops. The rebels struck swiftly. Winneconne called up its own militia members of the Fox Valley Muzzle - Loading club, clear-eyed sharpshooters armed with black powder and muzzle-loading muskets. They wear yes buckskin shirts. As the Wisconsin flag was lowered yesterday, the militiamen fired ragged volleys. Then the flag of Winneconne was run up a red, white, and blue banner featuring the village seal and the motto: "We Like It Where?", a take-off on the slogan of Gov. Warren Knowles: "We Like It Here." Surrounding Winneconne's motto are the state bird, the dodo; the state animal, the skunk; the state flower, poison ivy; and the state fish, the sheepshead. At noon ceremonies today, the Winneconne flag was lowered and the Wisconsin banner hoisted again the one -day rebellion over. Wisconsin Atty. Gen. Bronson La Follette was on hand to welcome Winneconne back into the state. For several hours yesterday it appeared there would have to be a "clash of arms" to put down the rebels, but then Gov. Knowles caved in. Winneconne, he said, would be on the 1968 highway map. He also agreed to have the state erect a sign at the junction of U. S. highway 41 and Wisconsin highway 110, pointing the way to Winneconne. Sheila Mac Rae Weds TV Show Producer IN. Y. News-Chicaw Tribune Dispatch New York, July 23 Sheila Mac Rae, former wife of singer Gordon Mac Rae, was married today to Ronald Wayne, a television producer, in an outdoor ceremony on plush Sutton place. 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