ANTONIO CATANZARITE, 80, of East Liberty, Pittsburgh, formerly of Blairsville R. D. 3 (Brenizer), died Sunday, Aug. 6, 1967 at Aspinwall Veterans Administration Hospital. Born Feb. 17, 1887 in Italy, he was a son of Frank and Catherine Germondi Catanzarite. Mr. Catanzarite was a retired coal miner and a member of Sacred Heart Church, East Liberty. He was a veteran of World War I; and a member of American Legion Post 407, Blairsville, VFW Post 1989, Indiana, and th« 4C et 8. Survivors include his w i f e: Elizabeth Zappia Catanzarite of Brenizer; four daughters and five sons: Mrs. Catherine Shirey, Pittsburgh; Mrs. Sunta Hruby, Irwin; Phyllis Pandullo of Blairsville; Frank and John, both of Latrobe; Mrs. Antionette Pratt, Dominick, Rocci and Anthony, all of Brenizer, and 17 Friends will be received at jFerguson and Son F u n e r a j Home, Blairsville, after 7 p.m. this evening and until 8:30 a.m. s| Wednesda Requeim Mass will J- •"«£ --rss Blairsville, with interment to be ; in the church cemetery.