Lenora McAfee-Kleintop

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Lenora McAfee-Kleintop - (Continued From Page One) death by a brother,...
(Continued From Page One) death by a brother, Michael; and a sister, Mrs. Mary Kipikasa. He was , a World War II U.S. Army veteran. Surviving in addition to his mo ther are the following brothers and Bisters, John, Joseph, and Andrew, West Hazleton; Mrs. Herman (Anna) (Anna) Meeks, Baltimore, Md.; and Mrs. Edward (Helen) Stanton, and George, Hatboro. 1 Funeral services will be held from the John J. Pusti Funeral Home at the convenience of the family.1,. '' Woman in Crash Dies -; -; A 61-year-old 61-year-old 61-year-old 61-year-old 61-year-old Highland woman Was pronounced dead on arrival at 3:15 p.m. at the Hazleton State General Hospital Friday following a two-car two-car two-car mishap on Route 940 in Drifton. Mrs. Leonora Kleintop, 27 Main St., the driver of one of the vehicles, vehicles, died of, as yet, undetermined undetermined causes, according to Fierro. Kimberly Ann Kalendowicz, 2, of the same address, a passenger in Mrs. Kleintop's car suffered a head injury. She was listed in fair condition at the hospital last night with a head injury. According to Trooper John C. Caporaletti, Troop N, Hazleton State Police, the woman was westbound westbound on 940, and while negotiating negotiating a sharp left turn (just east of the Drifton Post Office) was partially partially in the eastbound lane, causing causing her car to almost hit an oncoming oncoming vehicle. The Kleintop car continued west in the center of the. roadway and hit an oncoming car driven by Nicholas L. Deitos, 602 South St., Freeland, police said. The woman's car then veered to the right off the roadway and struck a stone wall on the north berm, the trooper reported. She was born in Scotch Valley, daughter of the late Hugh and Mary (Hutton) McAfee. She resided in West Hazleton be fore moving to Highland 22 years ago. She was a member of St, Ann's Catholic Church, Freeland. Retired Weaver Before her retirement she was employed as a weaver at the former former Silk Mill. She was preceded in death by three sisters, Mildred Huldi, Mary and Hannah; and two brothers, Hugh and Eber. Surviving are her husband, Charles W., two daughters, Jean Marie and Mrs. Ronald (Sharon) Kolendowicz, both at home; and the following sisters: Mrs. Cora Frey, Bloomsburg; and Mrs. Laura Bredbenner. The funeral will be held from the McNulty Funeral Home, Free-land, Free-land, Free-land, at 9 a.m. Monday, with a high mass of requiem in St. Ann's Church at 9:30 o'clock. Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery, Drums. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p.m. Sunday. . " to

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Standard-Speaker (Hazleton, Pennsylvania)05 Jun 1971, Sat[EARLY EDITION]Page 17
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