C. New until n e t t e He s . r r c r Mrs. h ) no: Ick of I'OYTEK. HOSAL1E KASSA -- Age 71 years, of Uniontown R. D. 3 (Miller Farm), died in the Union- lovvn Hospital Frfday morning March 2. 1973 at 6:50. She was borri In Czechoslovakia Feb. 5, 190^ daughter of the Jate JosenA and Helen Kassa. She was a member St. Procopins R. C. Church. New Salem; the Rosary Society of the Church; a member of the First Catholic Slovak Ladles Assn. 252 and secretary of-the Junior Order 110. She was predeceased by her husband. Caspar. Jan. 15, 1972. She is survived by the following children: children: Andrew of Buffington: Joseph Joseph of Waltersburg: Mrs. Victor (Helen) Polllck, Mrs. Wai.ace (Agnest Frost and Mrs. Robert (Catherine) Shimshock, all -i Miller Miller Farm; Mrs. James (Justine I Hndanek nf New Salem; Steve of Jlsddenville; Frank at horn 1 ?: Albert Albert of Miller Farm; 23 grandchildren grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren, grandchildren, a brother and sister. Ferdinand and Stefanta Kassa, Kassa, both of Czechoslovakia. Friends will he received In the flcnrth Funeral Home. New Salem, a f t e r 7 this evening and until Monday morning at 9 a.m. when brief prayers will be said followed followed by Mass of the Resurrection Resurrection in St. Prnconiiis R.C. Church. New Salem, with R e v . John R u r k e . as celebrant. Interment in St. Thomas R.C. Cemetery. Footcdale. Parish Rosary will be recited on Sunday evening at 7.