Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on January 31, 1972 · 47
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Chicago Tribune, Monday, January 31, 1972 Section 2 -17 Death Notices Mendizabal Frank Mendiwbal, M.D , beloved brother of Hugo of Peru, ant . Ray of Fla. Visitation begins Monday, 2 p. m., am) until funeral ctvpel service, Wednesday, 10:30 a. m., at Barr Funeral Home, 6222 N. Broaday. Interment Klaie. SH 3-4034. ' Mentzer Bertha K. Mentrer, ag 61, nee Kunde, beloved wife of the late Charles Goidon; dear mother of Marie IGeorgeJ Boersma; loving grandmother of Patricia Hamilton, Kathleen Schumjn, Bonnie and AAarcia Boersma; great-grandmother of two. Eastern Star service! Monday, P. m. Funeral services Tuesday, 1 p. m., at Cooney Mortuary, 12 E. 112th PI. Member of Kensington-Miriam Chapter No. 1 0. E. S. Interment Mount Greenwood Cemetery. Merritt Helen B. Merrill, loving mother of Dorothy. Funeral from Nehls-Noland Funeral Heme, 302o W. Belmont Av Tuesday, 10:30 a. m. to St. Veronica Church. Mass 11 a. m. Interment Irving Park Cemetery. 568-4200. Mielke Gaorge F. Mielke, husband cl Dolores, nee Fiedler; father of Joan Foreman, Judy Pinkus and Raymond Mielke; grandfather of two: brother of- Mildred Jensen, Grace Misheck, Virginia De-Rouin and Walter Mielke. Services Tuesday, 1:30 p. nu at Mailman Funeral Home, 2601 Vermont St., Blue Island. Interment Glen Oak Cemetery. Visitation, after 2 p. m. Monday. FU 5-0650. Moppin Fannie J. Moppin, Jan. J, dear aunt of Maggielee Travers, James, George, Edward and Gilbert Robinson. Funeral service Tuesday, 11 a. m., at Donnellan Funeral Home, 10525 S. Western Av. Interment Holy Sepulchre. Visitation Monday, 7-10 p. m. BE 8-0075. Moxey Ada E. Moxey of Oak Park, beloved wife of the late Fred W.; fond mother of Elizabeth L. Norman Hass of Villa Park; fond sister of Gertrude Franz, Laura . Watkins, Walter M., John E., Norman B. and the late Raymond W. Watkins; grandmother of three; great-grandmother of two. Services Tuesday, Feb. 1, 1 p. m., at Parkwvn Funeral Horn?, 6901 W. Roosevelt Rd. Services by Circle Chapter No. 688 0. E. S., Monday, 8 p. m. Visitation Sunday and Monday, 2 to 5 and 7 tg 9:30 p. m. 788-0904. Mraz William Mrat, Veteran WWII, age 54, late of 1837 S. Loom is St., dear brother of Emily Arthur Bilske and Emit; also survived by three nieces, three nephews, five grandnieces, five grand-nephews. Funeral Tuesday, 1 P. m from Kowalski Funeral Home, 1737 W. 18th St. Interment Bohemian National Cemetery. Retired member ot Teamsters Local No. 710. Please omit flowers. CA 6 0471. Muszynski Harriet Muszynski, beloved wife of the late Edward; dear aunt of Raymond Gwendolyn Malinowskl and great-aunt of Jeffery and Christine Malinowski; fond step-sister of Gertrude Mussent step-aunt of Evelyn and Harry. Funeral Tuesday, 9 a. m., from the Skaa Funeral Home, 3656 W. Belmont, to St. Wenceslaus Church for 30 mass. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery. 539-1376. Nagle James Nagle, husband of the late Mary; father of Mary Jane Frank O'Connor, Peggy Ted Tomich, Brendine' Fred Wright, John Lorraine and the late Patrick and James Nagle; grandfather of 19. Resting at Ellislon Funeral Home, First and Grant Streets, Hinsdale, Monday from 6 to 10 p. m.. Funeral mass Tuesday, 10 a. m. at St. Isaac Jogues Church, Hinsdale. Interment Queen of Heaven. 323-0275. O'Bryan See the Anna Holton death notice. O'Connell F. Emmett O'Connell, retired Lieutenant C. P. D beloved husband of Mary Monahan O'Connell; loving father of Robert; fond son of the late Patrick and Nellie Walsh O'Connell; brother of Catherine T. O'Connell, Sister Mary Ellnita B. V. M., Ellen Johnson, and the late Sister Mary Dolorosa B. V. M., and Joseph P. Funeral Tuesday, 9:15 a. m., from O'Donnell-Bartz Funeral Home, 1811 W. 103d St., to Holv Rosary Slovak Church, 108th and Perry. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. BE 8-2245, O'Donncll Mary Weingarten O'Donnell, beloved wife of the late Edmond O'Donnell; devoted mother of John O'Donnell and Asnes Price; dear grandmother of Judith Zene, Vincent, Donna, and Martin Price; great-grandmother of Laurel and Matthew Zene. Visitation after 5 p. m. Monday. Funeral' Tuesday 9:45 a. m. from the Sheehv Funeral Home, 10727 S. Pulaski Rd. to. St. Catherine of Alexandria Church.' Mass 10:30 a. m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. ST 3-7.700. Ohlman Gordon Roy Ohlman of Bellwood, beloved husband of the late Mary H., nee Plough; loving father of Marvis Ronaldl Blass, Joan i Richard Lodico and Judy Ohlman; grandfather of four; dear brother of Lloyd Ohlman. Chapel Blessing, Tuesday, Feb. 1 at 2 P. m. at Rosewood Funeral Home. 4000 St. diaries Rd., Bellwood. Interment Glen Oaks Cemetery. 544-4667. Olson Esther I. Olson, beloved wife of Martin E.; loving mother of Virginia IJohnl Rerab, Russell (Ellal and Robert Lor- rainel; fond grandmother of Bonnie Clark Gritfin, Lauren, DoU9las, Christopher, Deborah and Mark; dear sister of the late Agda Victoria Brown and Vernor Johnson. Services Tuesday, Feo. 1, 11 a. m., at Drake & Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western Av. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery. Visitation alter 6 p. m. Sunday. 561-6874. Palinski Helen J. Palinski, nee Collins, beloved wife of Charles; dear nwtier of John Charles and Joseph Edward; fond sister of Annabel Joseph Haguerlv; loving daughter of Leona Collins. Services Tuesday, Feb. 1, 9:30 a. m., at Drake & Son Funeral Home, 5301 N. Western Av. Interment Mmory Gardens Cemetery. Visitation after 6 p. m. Sunday. 561-6874. Pasquale Louis Pasquale, nee Brlndls, loving wife of Patrick; beloved mother of Paul C. Patricia) ; dear sister of Thomas Ttje-resa Brindls, Jess Dorothy) Brindis and the late Joseph Romano, Celeste Romano, Theresa DeVeno and James Brindis; fond sister in law of Ceilia Rudy Sapinski; grandmother of ten; great-irandmother of 11. Funeral Wednesday, 8:30 a. m.,' frnm the Galewood Funeral Chapels, 1857 N. Harlem Av., to Mary Queen of Heaven Church, Cicero. Mass 9:30 a. m. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Visitation Monday after 6 p. m. 839-1700. Pechtel Gladyce E. Pechtel. nee Benson, of Fox Lake, formerly of Chicago, beloved wife of Walter C. Pechtel Sr.; dear mother of Walter Redl Paula Pechtel Jr. of Fox Lake; sister of Marion Wilfredl Bud Gier of Round Lake; daughter of f-c late Charles and Elizabeth Benson. Resting at K. K. Hamsher Funeral Home, 12 N. Pistakee Lake Rd., Fox Lake. Funeral Wednesday, 11 a. m., Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Route 59 and 137, Lake Villa. Interment Bethania Cemetery. In tieu of flowers memorials may be offered to the church. Info. 312-587-2100. Peterson . Florence M. Peterson, nee Isaacson, beloved wife of the late Martin N.f dear sister of Edgar Isaacson. Funeral Wednesday, I p. m., at the Ketcham Funeral Chapel, 2036 W. 79th St. Interment Rose-hill. In lieu of flowers, memorials to your favorite charily will be appreciated. Visitation alter 1 p. m., Tuesday. HU 3-6202. rinRcl Ethel Plngel of Mavwood, loving wife of Henry; dear mother of Luella ICartl Swansnn; grandmother of Ln;s. Swanson Edberg, Carole Swanson, Christie and Lenard Swanson; great-orandmother ot nine. Visitation 2-4 and 6 9 p. m. Monday at Drechsler-Brown Funeral Hnme, 203 S. Marion, Oak Park, whore wvire will be held 1 p. m. Tuesday. Interment Glen Oak. 3B3-3191. Pinkcrti Simon V: Plnkert, of 1536 E. Madison Pk , bloved husband of the lale Ida, nii Graff; loving fa'her nf J"eoh ICIarel, Aaron Ge'trudel, Betty IPav mondl Ziff. Mae IDr. Charles) F'f Ids. Albert IFUencel, Lottie Stan'M Wpilir, .Sylvia , (4rmandl Henikntf, Nanma I Irving Tanenbero, Norman Ueanl, Shirley Mali 7iirkerman a"d Robert Barbaral; grandfather of 51; greatgrandfs'her of 17; dear brother of Cel! Patlnkin, Jennie Friedman, Sarah ratlrkin, Sarah L'vin and 'he lte Micheet, Jacob end Bluma PalinVn. Seryires Monday. 2 p. m., a fang. p(i) Zedek. 5300 Hvde Park Blvn Pleas emif flowers. Interment Oakwnnd Omtry. Friends are asked to pay thwr" rewctj at time of setv.ces only. DO 3-4920. Plywoczcwslil Joseph Plywaczewskl, helnvtd husband of Stephanie, nee Prrvbylskli lovl-g father of Waltar and John: d-ar son In law of Casimir Przvhvlkil fond brother of Slomund , Lorralnil. also survived by brothers and sisters In Poland; many nieres end nephews. Funeral services Tuesday, 9:30 a. m. from Kozera Funeral Home, U18 W. 48lh St., to St. Jnsenh Church. Intermant Resurrection Ccm-ttry. 927-33B8, Porhman Lawrenti "Laurie" H. Pochman, beloved son Of the late Joseph and Rnsei penhe of Anna Bilek and Louise Marur; also survived by many cousins. Funeral Tuesday, Feb. 1, at 9 a. m , from the: Emmering Funeral Home, 6176 Roosevelt Rd , O.- Park, to St. Frances of Romi church. Mass 9 .30 a. m. 48 6106. Price See Mary O'Donnell notice. Puciloskl Ben E. Puciloskl, beloved husband of tne late Alice; loving father of Eieanora Chester Ida; dear grandfather of Donna and Grejorv Ida; fond brother of Sophie Suchocki, Bruno and Edward Puci.oski Funeral Tuesday, Feb. 1, at 9:30 a. m., from Kulasik Funeral Home, 4860 W. 3lsl St., Cicero, to St. Mary Church. Entombment Resurrection mausoleum. Ratay Frank J. Ratay, beloved husband of the late Bronislawa, nee Bratko; loving fither ot Wanda Joseph Karasek and Cas- Imlr Sr. Florence; grandfather of Casimir Jr., and Frank. Funeral Wednesday at 9:15 a. m. from Diversev Funeral Home, 3601-05 W. Diversey Av.. to St. Fidelis Church. Interment St. Adalbert. AL 2-6424 or Dl 2-1700. Visitation Monday after i p. m. Rauen See Kenneth Cullinan notice. Reuss See Thomas J. Brisch notice. Rickhoff Charles H. Rickhoff, beloved husband of Louise; fond father of Charles M. IDoro- tnyj, Raymond n. Anneliese and Muriel L. Russell Tripp; grandfather of nine;, great-grandfather of one; brother of Christine McKee, Marie Ebehng, Bertha Vorphal, Edna Smith, Fred, James, Florence Hughes, the late Emma Anderson and William Rickhoff. Past master of Masonic Lodge. Masonic serv ices Monday, Jan. 31, P. m., under auspices of Loyal Lodge No. low AF&AM. Funeial services Tuesday, Feb. 1, 1 p. m., at Matz Funeral Home, 3440 N. Central Ay. Interment Acacia Park. Ricci Sally Ann Ricci, age 17, student of Noire Uame High School, dearly beloved daughter of Joseph Sr. and Fran ces, nee Dean; loving sister ot josepn Jr. Brenda, John and James; devoted granddaughter of Benjamin and Catherine Dean, the late Joseph and Josephine Ricci: fond niece of many aunts and uncles. Funeral Wednesday, Feb. 2, 8:30 a. m.( from DeNicolo-Lesniak Funeral Home, 5734-40 Diversey Av., corner of Mango. Mass 9:30 a. m. at St. John Bosco Church,- Belden and McVicker Avenues. Interment St. Joseph Cemeterv. Visitation Monday after 5 p. m. 889-0115. Rinker , Rose M. Rinker, nee Thebault, beloved wife of Edward; fond mother of Louise James Clausen and Violet John D'Arcy; grandmother of six; great-gand-mother of two. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a. m., from Becvar Funeral Directors, 5218 S. Kedzie, to St. Clare of Monte-falco Church. Interment St. Mary. 776-3809. Roden Elsie Roden, nee Rossow, of Aurora, Minn., beloved wife of the lale Joseph L.; dear mother of Evelyn Nozicka of Hoyt Lakes, Minn;, Harry E. and the late Loretta Homuth; grandmother of seven; great-grandmother of 11. Services Tuesday, Feb. 1, 2 p. m. at Matz Funeral Home, 3440 N. Central Av. Interment Acacia Park. Visitation after 2 p. m. Monday. Rosenbach George Rosenbach Sr., beloved husband of the late Barbara; loving father of George Jr. Irene, Helene James Hamilton, Mary Bernardl Ciucci, Ann James Cawlev, Angeline Joseph Borst, Laura Rudolf Faulhaber and the late Valentine and Alexander; devoted grandfather of 27; great-grandfather of 31; father In law of Alma and Johanna. Funeral Tuesday, Feb. 1, 10 a. m., from Hollerbach Funeral Home, 4022-36 N. Elston, at Irving Park, to St. Teresa Church. Requiem Mass 10:30 a. m. Interment St. Joseph. Lvmg in state from 2 p. m. Monday. IN 3-1510. Rubin Sadie Rubin, of Miami Beach. Fla., formerly of Chicago, dearly beloved wife of Saul; Icing mother of Constance Schultz, of Skokie; devoted grandmother of David and Julie Ann; dear sister of Minna Ossinsky, Lee Berber, Neflie Stern, and Alice Zimmerman. Graveside services Monday 2 p. m., at Memorial Park Cemetery, in Skokie. Anshe Emet section. For information RO 1-2400. Rushton Sydney Baden Rushton, husband of Jessie; brother of William and Raymond, At Lackore, Nichols 8. Lane Chanel, 1971 W. 111th St., where services will be held Tuesday, 1:30 p.m. Interment Mount Hope. BE 8-0671. Rytlewski Lucy Rytlewski, beloved daughter of. the late Joseph and Elizabeth; fond sister of Sylvin, Eugene Marial, Victor Martha, Helen, Chester and the, late Edward. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m., from Andziewici Funeral Home, 1726 W. 18th St., to St. Adalbert's Church. Interment St. Adalbert's Cemetery. n lieu of flowers make contributions to your fa.-orite charity. Visitation Monday after 7 p. m. 226-1123. Salamone John Salamone, beloved husband of the late Frances, nee Carmarda; fond father of Lena Jack Manzella, Nancy Tony Mllazzo, Anna Sam Milazzo, Mary John Taylor, Joseph Rose, Thomas, Sam Lillian and Robert Marie; also 13 grandchildren; brother of Pasquale. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 a. m., from I on aa nrietkM & Son Funeral Home, 2859 N. Southport Av., to St. Alphonsus Church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery. 935-6111. Salczenko Olimni Salczenko, beloved husband of the late Katarzvna Kozlowskl Salczenko; fond father of John Jean, Irene John Pavlick and the late Frederick Salczenko; grandfather of 12; great-grandfather of four. Funeral services Wednesday, 11 a. m at Kjng Bros. Funeral Home, 2506 W. 63d St. Interment Falrmount. Member of Beef Boners Sausage Makers Unicn Local No. 100. Visitation afler 2 p m. Monday. PR 6-7776. Sclioen Herman Schoen, beloved husband of the la'e Gorgiana; loving father of Iris Thon-as Coffey and the late Phyllis Zaleski; fond grandfather of six; dear brother of Pauline Fruehauf and Marie Hablizel. At Mee 8i Ramme Funeral Home, 3918 Irving Park Rd. Service 11 a. m. Tuesday. Interment private. Masonic service Monday 8 p. m. Member of Ben Hur Lodge No. 818 A. F. 8. A. M., Schwaben Verein and Schwaeblscher San-g-rbund. IR 8-0038. Schultz Emily Schultz, beloved wife of the lale Adolph Schultz; fond aunt of Mabel Boissoneau, Florence Kelly, Ruth Samson and Marion Fyfe; sister of the late Louise Boissoneau, Fredericka Thoeming and Charles Goedke; step-mother of Ralph and Fred Schultz. Resting at Soreyne-Colllas Funeral Home, 1420 E. 87th St. Funeral Tuesday, 1:30 P. m. Interment Oak Woods. ES 5-2402. Visitation after 2 p. m. Monday. Seeburg N. Marshall Seeburg, husband of Barbara Seeburg; father of Justus and Noel; grandfather of four. Visitation John Carroll Sons Home for Funerals, Erie and Wabash Avenue, Monday, January 31, 1972, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Services and Interment private. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, 401 E. Ohio Street, Chicaqo 60611 appreciated. Scrman Izabella I. Serman Slermlnskll, nee Szymankiewicz, beloved wife of the late Walter; loving mother of Carol Gerald Konczal, Linda and Eugene; dear sister of Francis Patricia Kranz; grandmother of Kathy Konczal; nieces and nephews. Funeral Tuesday, 9:15 a. m from Casey-Laskowski Funeral Home, 4540-50 W. Diversey Av. to St. Francis Borgia Church. Mass 10 I. m. Interment St. Adalbert. 777-6300. Schaefer Augusta J. Schaefer, beloved wife of the late George E. dear mother of George, Dorothy Olson and Eleanor Newman; grandmother of three; sister of John, Fred and Henry Mueller. At Mee and Ramme Funeral Home, 39U Irving Park Rd., after 5 P. m. Sunday. Service Tues., 1 p. m. Interment Forest Home. Member Betsy Pnss Chapter No. 834 O. E. S. IR 8 0038. Sjoquist Elizabeth C. Slogulst, fiee Dulleck, beloved wife of the late Harry; devoted sister of Paul Peggy Dulleck, Martha M. Bebr, Anna LaGraves and Mary I Fred Dolan; leaving nieces and nephews, Funeral Tuesday, February 1, 2 p. m., at Hollerbach Funeral Home, 4022-36 N. Elston, at Irving Park. Interment private. Lying Id state from 2 p. m. Monday. IN 3-1510. Solomon Felix Phill Solomon, beloved husband of Pearl Titlalr Solomon; fond brother of Mrs. Jean Moore, Adolph, Gustav and Fred Solomon and the late XII lie Miller. Visitation after 6 P. m. Monday. Funeral seryJce Wednesday 11 a. m. at the ' Sheehv Funeral Home 10727 S. Pulaski Rd. Interment Hnly Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, kindly make contributions to 'he Peace Memorial Home, Everqreen Park, III. ST 3-7700. Stanton Robert L. Stanlnn, beloved husband of Fthel B., nee Wherry; loving father of Robert L. Jr., Ethel B , Patricia A., Michael F Margaret K., Barbara L. and Marybethi devoted brother of Jack, Florence Tracy, Holen Flset, Margaret Rehora and Joan. Funeral Wednesday, 10:30 a. m., from Oehler Funeral Home, Lee at Perry Street, Dps Plalnes. to St. Raymond Church, Mount Prospect, Mass II a. m. Interment All Saints Cemetery, Visitation begins Monday 6 p. m. 824-5155. Stefan Ronald E. Stefan, loving son of Isabella and the late Eugene i beloved brother of Eugene and Theresa; uncle of Sundae; tour aunts, three unrles and 13 cousins. Funeral Tuesday, Feb. 2, from Barabas Funeral Home, 1073 N. California, 9 a. m., to St. Sylvester's Churrh. Mass 9 30 a. m. Interment St. Adallert'l Cemetery. 278 0497. ' Sullivan Robert F, Sullivan, husband of Margaret Cmwley Sullivan; father of Robert C, Walter C. and Margaret C. Sullivan; brother of Genevieve S. Keenan, Memorials may be marie to Loyola University Alumni Fund. Member of Chicago Board of Trade. Funeral Tues., Feb, 1, 10:30 a. m., to St. Vinrent Ferrer Church, 1530 Jackson Ave., Hlvif Forest. Mass ef the Resurrection 11 i m. Interment Mount Carmel. Visitation at Smith Funeral Home, US Madison St., Oak Park, Mon, alter 2 p. m. Sundberg Carl Ray Sundbers, Jan. 28, 1972, deaf busband of Doraoeile, nee Hoadieri father of John R. Patricia! Sundberg; brother of the late Ada Blomberg, tne late Amy and Lolly Sundoerg. Services Tuesday, Feb. 1, 1 p. m at Alt-Benson Funeral Home, 3224 W. Montrose Av. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials to the American Cancer Society would be appreciated. Mr. Sundberg was actively engaged in Rescue Mission work in Chicago. Member of The Telephone Pioneers of America, Theodore N. Vail Cnapter. IR 8-2036. Swanson Gustaf E. Swanson of Elmhurst, beloved busband of the late Charlotte H.; fond uncle of Helen Teasdale, Harold Berg-sten and Lester Haser Peterson. Serv-Inces Tuesday, February 1, 11 a. m., at Edgar Funeral Home, 1090O S. Cicero. Interment Mount Hope. Member ef John Ericsson Lodge No. 361, I. O 0. F. Visitation after 1 p. m. Monday. 423-1600 or 723-0876. Taylor Wanda M. Taylor of Libertyvllle, Jan. 29, at Condell Hospital, loving wife of Richard E.; fond mother of Richard Jr., James and the late Robert, Gregory and Roberta; loving daughter of Josephine and the late Michael Korytowski; grandmother of three, dear sister of Helen, Leona, Henry and John. Funeral 9:30 a. m. Tuesday, Feb. 1, from McMurrou9h Chapel, 101 Park PI., Lfbertyville. Interment Ascension. Wake service will be conducted Monday, 8 p. m. Visitation after 3 p. m. Sunday. 362-2626. Taylor Ray Todd Taylor, beloved husband of the late May Caroline; fond father of Helen L. Regan, Howard L. Taylor, and Evelyn Erickson; grandfather of Francis, Scott and Dean Regan, Nancy Erickson and Carol Marie Peck; greatgrandfather of Ty and Todd Peck. Funeral services Tuesday, 10 a. m., at VanHenkelum Funeral Home, 12534 S. Harlem Avenue, Palos Heights. Inter ment Mount Hope Cemetery. Visitation after 3 p. m. Monday. 148-3530. Terborg John G. Terborg, beloved husband of Minnie, nee Dykstra; dear father of Harold J., Maynard R., Ruth H. Laning and Eleanor I. Stob; grandfather of 15; great-grandfather of four; fond brother of '"Grace Francis, Jennie Boersma and the late Nellie Wierenga. Resting at Beukema Funeral Home, 10456 S. Western Ave., until 9 a. m. Wednesday. Services 11 I. m. at Calvary Reformed Church, 84th St. and Damen Ave. Interment Chapel Hill Garden South. Memorials To Rest Haven Christian Convalescent Home will be appreciated. BE 8-2144. Visitation after 7 p. m. Monday. Tirsky Sherwin Tirsky, beloved husband of Mir. lam, nee Bernstein; dear father of Susan Dr. Paul Levin and Joanne (Gordon Levine; loving grandfather of three, fond brother of Ethel Gross, Billie Gurse, Florence Zenner and the late Sam. Services Tuesday, 1 p. m., at Piser North Suburban Memorial Chapel, 9200 Skokie Blvd., Skokie. Interment I. 0. B. A., Waldheim. Please omit flowers. Friends are asked to pay their respects at the time of service. 679-4740. Tomchek Sylvester Tomchek, formerly of Villa Park, beloved husband of the late Laura; loving stepfather of Roy and Gordon Hart and Doris Wisniewskij grandfather qf three; brother of Joseph, Hairy and Theodore Tomchek, Helen Smith and Henrietta Schneider. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a. m., from Steuerle Funeral Home, 350 S. Ard-more Av Villa Park, to St. Alexander Church. Mass 10 a. m. Interment Fair-mount. Visitation Monday, 3-10 p. m. 832-4161. Ummach Richard T. Ummach, late of Park Ridge, beloved husband of Frances, nee Kinch; dear son of Lucy J., and the late Charles Ummach; fond brother of Mildred Dr. J. Lawrence Rose and Luclle Lon B. Turk of Oklahoma City. Visitation at the M. J. Suerth Funeral Home, 6754 Northwest Hwy., Sunday, 2 to 10 p. m. Services Monday, 1:30 p. m. Member of Wrights Grove Lodge No. 779 A. F. 8, A. M., St. Elmo Commandery K. T Medlnah Temple A. A. 0. N. M. S., Past Secretary of Medinah Country Club, Country Shrine Club, Illinois Athletic Club, Director and Executive Vice President and Treasurer of Paraplegic Manufacturing Co., Inc. of Bensenville, III., retired Senior Vice President, of Central National Bank In Chicago. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the American Cancer Society or Shriner's Crippled Children's Hospital appreciated. 631-1240. Urban Eugene Urban, age 58, of 3412 W. 78th PI., Merrlllvllle, Ind., passed away Jan. 29. Funeral services Tuesday, Feb. 1, 9:30 a. m., at Gelsen Funeral Home, 3805 Adams St., Gary, Ind., and 10 a. m. at Our Lady of Consolation Church, the Rev, Louis B. Wozniak officiating. Friends may call after 7 p. fn. Monday 219 884-1121. VanderSIuis Martha VanderSIuis, nee VanMuvden, beloved wife of the late Albert; loying mother cf Bernard FAdrienne and Margaret Lester) Oldenburg; fond grandmother of Lester, Martha Ronald Eng-lert, Margaret Waynel Koelsch, Allen , Mary and Donald; great grandmother of seven; dear sister of Susan Okkema, Anna VanWyhe and Leonard VanMuvden. Rest Ing at Mulder Memorial Chapel, 6027 Roosevelt Rd.i Cicero where services will be held 1 P. m., Wednesday, Feb. 2. Interment Fairmount. OL 2-0005. Velos See Stamata Voulgarls police. Vogenski Marie Mary Woiczvnski Vogenski, beloved daughter of the lale Louis and Josephine, nee Urban; dearest sister of Agnes Lick and the late Sophie Tomchek, Clemens, Symphie, Edward and George. Resting at Stermer Funeral Home, 3653-59 Fuilerlon Av. Funeral Tuesday, Feb. 1, at 9:30 a. m., to All Saints Cathedral. Mass 10 a. m. Interment All Saints. BE 5-1815. Voulgaris Stamata Voulgarts, beloved wife of the late James; loving mother of Peter Ann, Constance Dr. Nathan Falk, Esther Romano, Thomas, Helen Velos, the late Georgia Peter Revethls and the late Louis sister in law of John Velos; grandmother of ten; great-grandmother of two. Funeral Tuesday, Feb. 1, at 12:15 p. m from Baran Funeral Home, 2644-46 N. Central Av., to Assumption Greek Orthodox Church, 601 S. Central Av. Mass 1 p. m. Interment Elmwood Cemetery. NA 2-1488. Walens Ethel Walens, nee Jacobson, of 5653 N. Kimball Ave.; beloved wife of the late Ben; devoted mother of George Alys and Allan; loving grandmother of five; fond sister of Charles and Sam Jacobson and the lale Ann Chimovitz and Rita Jacobson. Services Monday, 2 p. m at Piser North Suburban Memorial Chapel, 9200 Skokie Blvd., Skokie. Interment Memorial Park. Friends are asked to pay their respects at time of services. Life member of Park View Home for the Aged, Cong. Shaare Zedek of Logan Souare and Northwest Suburban Jewish Cong, 679-4740. Wcigle Francis H. Welqle, Jan. 30, 1972, Palatine, III., husband of Florentine; father of Donna and Jeff; brother of Kay Weigle. Friends may call after t p. m., Monday at the J L. Poole Funeral Home, 25 W. Palatine Rd., Palatine. Services Tuesday, 11 a. m. from St. Theresa Church, Palatine. Interment St. Michael the Archangel Cemetery. 358-0223. Whinncry Dolores C. Whinnery, nee Carlson, beloved wife of WIMIam H.l dear mother of Marie Raymond Johnson; grandmother of Gregory and Judy; sister of Charles Merlorle, Harry I Rose I, Ruth Arnold Larsen, Beverly Jean Llnsev Cornell. Funeral service Tuesday, 11 a. m. at Lawn Funeral Home, 7909 State Rd. 5500 W.I. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens South. 636-2320. Wiencck ' See Raymond D, Wolson notice. Winter Frank P. Winter, beloved husband of Lucille, nee Vollmer; dear father of Bruce V.I fond brother of Anna, Mary Gene Ferraresl, the late Theresa Ad-emczvk and Louis; loving grandfather of Anthony, Diane, Susan and Julie. Member of Sheet Metal Union Local No. 73. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a. m., from Rago Brothers, 5120 W. Fuilerlon Av., to St. Angela Church. Interment St. Joseph. AR 6-7800. Wojczynskl See Marie Vogenski notice. Wolson Raymond D. Wolson Sr., beloved husband of Joan Wolson, nee Wiencek; loving father of Raymond D, Barbara A.l Wolson Jr.; fond grandfather of four. Funeral Tuesday 10: IM, . from Rleke-Lamh Funeral Home, 4727 W. 103d St., Oak Lawn, to St. Damlan Churrh. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Member of St. Anthony Men's Society, For 'rans-pnrtation Information call 636-1193 or 735-4242, Wood Robert J. Wood, beloved Son of the lale Robert and Catherine, nee Burns; loving brother of Frances I Bent LaBrose, Rita IWIIIiam Blackmore, Shirley Budl Mitchell and Jean IGeorgc Reed; dear uncle of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Wednesday 9 a. m, frnm Columbian Funeral Home, 6671 W. North Av., Oak Park to St. Petronllle Churrh, Glen Ellyn. Mass 10 a. m. Inlerment Mt. Carmel. Visitation after 7 p. m, Monday. VI 8-3010 or ES 9-5151, Zawacki ' See the Joseph Zawadzkl Death Notice. Zawad.kl IZawackil Josenh Zawadzkl, loving husband of d'arv, nee Przvwara; beloved father ot M!tit the lale Walter Kierelko, Fdward Marlei, Genevieve Arthur Bukowshl, Jeanette (Frank) Galarnwirz and Wanda Rotertl Booati dear grandfather ot great grandfather of Michael flerek. Funeral on Tuesday, Feb, 1, 1977 at 9:Jh a. m. from poterek Funeral Home, 4735-43 W. Fulerlon Av., corner of Mango, to St. James Churrh. Interment 41. Adalbert Cemetery. BE 7 6400. 1 v . " - - I . i .4 s. -- j ... J " - i ? V, I " ' V - 1 f '! - J I if ' K "- i i : ":""A; V"' f : ' .i: ': if ... I J " If'-' :A -'i A , ' . ; -1 : , I ; I ' : v fi x J At'Xft"? -.- I ' 1 f ' 4 " f. 1 :::.: ": :' v: :::: fc - -i 2 X l 1 f - i i i A "''VI i i in J i-StuimI Pope Paul greets crowd in St. Peter's Square. UPI Cablephoto Criticizes Church Dissent' VATICAN CITY, Jan. 30 Reutersl-Pope Paul VI said today that dissent within the Roman Catholic church is a hindrance to the cause of Christian unity. x The Pontif told crowds at hi3 weekly blessing in St. Peter's Square that disunion among the members of the Catholic church is a very serious difficulty facing those wishing to pro mote Christian unity. ' The Pontiff blamed "small but bold minorities which are strongly destructive." He did not make clear whether he was referring to right-wing dissent, which openly Opposes innovations like the Christian unity movement, or to progressives who demand more sweeping and rapid reforms in the church. It Social Security TellBenefits If Widow Remarries BY EDWARD P. LABROSSE Social Insurance Administrator, Social Security Administration Q I am 67 years old and receiving Social Security wid ows benefits. I get $146.70 a month. I am thinking about getting married again. What will happen to my Social Securitv? My intendeu is also on Social Security and receives $220.80 a month. ,What will happen to his? We need to know how much we will have to live on. A. A widow who remarries after reaching the age of 60 will not have her Social Security benefits stopped but rather adjusted. A widow at age 62 receives 82Vi per cent of her deceased husband's retirement benefit. Your $146.70 undoubtedly represents this 2Vi per cent of $177.70, the amount your husband would receive if he were alive. When a widow who is entitled to her deceased hus band's Social Security remar ries after age 60 she qualifies for one half of her deceased husband's retirement benefit or for the wife's benefit on her new husband's Social Security record, whichever is larger. The wife's benefit is one half of the husband's retirement amount. To determine which will be higher you will have to compare one half of your deceased husband's retirement amount $177.70 one half divided into $177.70 $88.85 with one half of your intended husband's retirement benefit one half divided into $220.80 $110.40. In your particular case you would receive a wife's Denefit of $110.40 on your new husband's Social Security work record. Marriage has no effect on the $220.90 your intended receives providing he is receiving that amount on his own work record. Therefore the two of you together would receive $220.80 plus $110.40 totaling $331.20 Social Security as husband and wife. You should check the amount of your deceased husband's retirement amount and your intended's amount with your nearest Social Security office because the age one began drawing their Social Security and Medicare premium pay-ments can change the amounts. Social Security information is confidential, therefore if you want to know the amount of your proposed husband or wife's benefit that person will have to obtain the information himself. What is jour Social SccuritJ problem? Your qucslion iui!f be answered in this column by your local Social Security ofjicc. Address your question to Social Security, The Chicago Tribune, 433 iV. Mich' igan Av., Chicago GOGH. Give your jull name, address and Social Security number. Nixons on Visit io Camp David TIIURMONT, Md., Jan. 30 Ml President and Mrs. Nixon spent a quiet weekend at Camp David, Md. They took a walk on the snowy mountaintop grpunds shortly after their arrival yesterday, aides said. The President worked in his study today. The Nixons returned to Washington late In the day. Living Faith by Harold Blake .Walker IN TIMES OF DISCOURAGEMENT faith sometimes goes underground, like a mountain stream that disappears in the sand, only to come to the surface again a half-mile away. It happened to the prophets and to Paul. It happened to Martin Luther, who wondered if God were dead, and to Calvin, who felt God had left him quite comfortless. At such times, helpful friends stir us with hope and an awareness that hardship" Is a challenge to be met. Of the millions of words that have been written about Winston Churchill, Lady Diana's comment is one of the most significant portraits of the man. Lady Diana wrote, "When I said that the best thing he had done was to give the people courage, he said, 'I never gave them courage; I was able to focus theirs.' " CHURCHILL DID NOT give the men and women of the British Isles something they did not possess. On the contrary, he focused something they already had. Samuel Johnson once paid a famous compliment to Ed-'mund Burke. Said Johnson, "That fellow calls forth all my powers." He called forth courage, faith, and resolution. I have known teachers and preachers, loved ones, and friends who did that for me. They challenged something underground in me and brought it to the surface. I know people whose very presence makes me wiser than I am. Of them I can say that they renewed my life. t In the hours of discouragement when, faith goes under-ground, sustain us by Thy grace and understanding, Lord, and grant us patience to wait for Thee. Amen. Seeburg, Juke Box Pioneer, Dies Noel Marshall Seeburg, 74, a Chicago industrialist and pioneer in the coin operated phonograph and vending machine manufacturing 'industry, died yesterday in his winter home in Palm Beach. . Mr. Seeburg, of 1300 N. Lake Shore Dr., for many years headed the J. P. Seeburg. Corp. of Chicago, a company he sold in 1956. In recent years his family company, Seeburg & Sons, Inc., of Chicago, acquired widely diversified interests in real estate, graphic arts, manufacturing and importing. Mr. Seeburg, who graduated from Northwestern and Columbia Universities, maintained homes in New York City and Palm Beach as well as Chicago, and was a member of social and professional organizations in those cities. He is survived by his widow, Barbara; two sons, Justus and Noel M.; and four grandchildren. Private services, will be. held tomorrow. m feyi On sate ra! Look for the gold cover. And look what's inside! An exclusive interview with President Nixon. Three condensed books in one issue. A grand total of 40 articles and features. See why the Digest is the most widely read magazine in the world ... get your copy today 7 Afflfflft Vus"ave! enjoythe warm . . . Listen to W-CLEAR : ' " e ' ' 'i . 1 . fci. (' . , r . . . -r '.yv, .... , .; . . .' if- '.-. ...7-, M'f ' , V if, ' v iV- '4. 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