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DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE. obituaries Marian Urbanski, "immigrant tailor I When Marian Urbanski left Po-fland for America 34 years ago, he I had a dream for his wife and sev-I en sons. I Living under Communist rule, 'he came to despise the system and -was determined to give his chil-.jdren a better future. k "He was a huge fan of Ameri-jCa," said his son, Rochester Teach-ers Association president Adam nUrbanskL jf "His greatest boast was that he X'had brought his family, his seven suns wj ruuen- ca, and the rest would be up to them. He saw America as the land of opportunity for his children." Marian Urbanski died Urbanski quojt home. Mr. Urbanski, 77, died of cancer, family members said. A native of Czemilawa, Poland, Mr. Urbanski's proudest moment was when his family arrived in the United States, said his son Adam. But the journey was not an easy One. The UrhAnsIri fflmilu rtariraA hts bags in 1957, fled to Israel and arrived in the United States three tyears later. Arrangements were tmade through the Catholic Welfare Corp., which cleared the way jfor their emigration, t A lifelong tailor, Mr. Urbanski took to selling bread that his wife, lAnna, made in the family's home to raise money for the trip to America. f "We left because of religious and political persecutions," Adam JJrbanski said. "Every day after fettling in America, my father be-fan the day by expressing grati-Jude for being here." j Recent changes in the political structure of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe inspired Mr. Ur-Jbanski but he remained skeptical, laid another son, Ignacy of Pitts-ford. He was also adamant in his fupport of the United States. "Having come from that environment, he could not be a bleeding-heart liberal," he said. "He (Would say, 'if people think it's bad jjiere, send them over to Siberia.' " Once in America, he worked for ,a few years at Hickey-Freeman JCo. Inc. and at the former Bonds SClothes Inc. He later took a job pvith Eastman Kodak Co. before Retiring in 1979. "He was what we considered the pest tailor in the city," said Ig-tiacy. "He always worked two jobs. "tie could not stomach laziness." The family became American titizens in a 1965 ceremony. After Retiring from Kodak, Mr. Urbanski enjoyed traveling and following politics, his family said, f Besides his wife and sons, he is Survived by four other sons, Henry tof New Paltz, Ulster County, iStanley and John of Rochester lend George of Webster, and nine randchildren. Calling hours are from 2 to 4 Sand 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Rich-lard L. Felerski Funeral Home Inc., 1005 Hudson Ave., where prayers frill be offered at 10:30 a.m. to-jnorrow, followed by a funeral Jnass at 11 a.m. tomorrow at St. Stanislaus Church. Burial will be kt Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. I Alan Morrell Vera B. Konrick, La. poet laureate Vera Bishop Konrick, an award-Jsvinning poet involved with several literary organizations, died Jan. 24 at Rochester General Hospital. She was 90. Born in a log cabin just outside of Jasper, Texas, yera Konrick uved m New brleans for nearly 40 years before taoving to Rochester in 1962. She iad lived in the area since then. i Her poetic experiences flourished while in New Orleans, where Sshe was named poet laureate of Louisiana in 1951. Among her Jnany titles, she was chairwoman 6f the Louisiana National Poetry Committee from 1956 to 1963 and the was president of the Sidney Lanier Poetry Society of New Orleans from 1951 to 1956. g In Rochester, Mrs. Konrick was advisory consultant for Rochester jVorld Poetry Day until 197a She also was a judge for the contests, nd served as New York state chairwoman of National Poetry pay in 1970. Mre. Konrick's work was published in several magazines, and a book of her poetry, Moon Flame, was published in 1953. I She was a graduate of the Ava-Jbn World Arts Academy in San Antonio, Texas and of the Famous Artists School in Westport, Conn. j( A member of the American Poetry League and the National Poetry Society, Mrs. Konrick also received a medal for poetic 'I '.asyl. ROCH.. N.Y.. FRI.. FEB. 15. 1991 OC achievement from the Florida State Poetry Society in 1970. She was listed in the International Who's Who in Poetry, the World Who's Who of Women and other publications. A son-in-law, Larry Farsace of Rochester, is her closest survivor. Her daughter, Duverne Farsace, died in 1979, and her husband, Rudolph Konrick, died in 1962. Alan Morrell Susan Bennem, teacher, candidate When Susan Allen Bennem's husband sought the office of sheriff in 1932, she threw her hat in the ring and ran for the city school board. "My father felt they should be on the same ticket," said her son, Allen, of Gates. And though they both lost their bids on the Socialist Party ticket, they remained party members throughout the Depression and on at least one occasion had Socialist presidential candidate Susan Bennem Norman Thomas stay at their home. Mrs. Bennem was 102 when she died Feb. 4 of a heart attack in Gibsonia, Pa. She had been living in a nursing home there for the past 14 months. Mrs. Bennem, who family members said had interests that extended beyond politics, was known for having researched her family history back through the 18th century. "She was a storyteller too," said her son Her husband, Benjamin Clayton Bennem, was an engineer on the B&O Railroad, chairman of the Brotherhood of Railroad Firemen and Enginemen and the chairman of the Rochester-area Socialist Party. He ran for Monroe County sheriff in 1932 against Alfred Skinner. Mr. Bennem died in 1950. Though not one to give advice, said her son, Mrs. Bennem preferred talking a person through a problem so they could solve it themselves. She was known as "Aunt Sue" for her folksy manner around Mumford where she raised her family after the death of her husband. During the early part of her 28-year marriage to Mr. Bennem, Mrs. Bennem was a substitute teacher. Her son said he recalls thinking to himself the first time she taught his class at Washington Irving School in Gates, "Wow! My mom is my teacher." Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Bennem then known as Susan Ambrosia Allen taught in the Rochester suburbs. She was also a secretary to the late Rush Rhees, former president of the University of Rochester. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Westminster Presbyterian Church, 330 Wellington Ave. Besides her son, Mrs. Bennem is survived by two daughters, Jane Reitschky of Rochester and Ellen Cater of Pittsburgh; eight grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and one great-great-granddaughter. Kevin Hcks Clarification An obituary and headline in yesterday's Democrat and Chronicle may have confused some readers. Sister Marian Elizabeth Schantz, who died Feb. 7 at age 71, went by the religious name Sister Elizabeth Anne from the time she entered her order until the early 1970s. GUARANTEED WANT ADS 3 LINES 7 DAYS For as little as $7 you can order a 3-llne Guaranteed Want Ad to sell an Item priced up to $500. Selling an Item priced up to $25,000? Get similar savings with those Guaranteed Want Ads, too. There is no better coverage or value. Call 454-4200 to order your Guaranteed Want Ad. Some restrictions apply. No rebates for early cancellations. Some suggestions: Cars, clothing, stereos, pets, tools, household goods, records, boats, sporting equipment, musical instruments, furniture, antiques, camping gear, toys. Call 454-420; Toil-Free: 1-800-462-0089. Just ask for Classified Advertising Democrat an& Chronicle TIMES Death Notices Within Monrot County m INDICATES THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF w A PAID NOTICE IN THIS NEWSPAPER. Alletto, Michael P. Suddenly. February 6. 1991. He is survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. Richard (Mary Helen) Garrity ol P A and Catherine Alletto of Rochester; 4 sons, Edward of Brooklyn, Michael of VA, Philip of Utica and Lawrence Alletto, NYC; 3 brothers. Rev. Nicholas Alletto, Joseph of OH and Alphonse Alletto of FL; 2 sisters. Mrs. Josephine Miceli of AZ and Mrs. Ross (Assunta) Laurino; a sister -inlaw, Mrs. Mary Alletto; 7 grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service will be held Friday 7 p.m. at the Thurston-Alaimo Funeral Home, Inc., 2636 Ridgeway Ave. (west of Long Pond Rd.L Contributions to Camp Good Days and Special Times In his memory. Bischoping, Robert! Jr. February 13. 1991. Husband of Anita (Schiano); father of Kevin, Tara, Patricia and Dawn; son of Robert Sr. and Jean (LoBue); brother of Judy (Allen) Englert, Diane Bischoping, Daniel (Jodie) Bischop-ing, Rodney Bischoping, Susan (Michael) Lauth Bischoping; his mother-in-law, Grace Schiano; nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins. Friends may call at the Bartolomeo Funeral Home Inc. (between Mt. Read and 390) FRIDAY 2-4, 7-9pm. On Saturday at 10am friends are asked to go directly to St. Theodore's Church for his funeral service. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers gifts to the School of the Holy Childhood would be appreciated. Bowman, Harold D.D.D.S. On Feb. 13 1991 of Rochester. He is survived by son and daughter-in-law, James and Nancy Bowman of Wilmington, DE; daughter and son-in-law, Barbara and George Link of Plttsf ord; 7 grandchildren; 2 great-gradchildren. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday Feb. 23 from the Chapel at The Third Presbyterian Church of Rochester. Contributions to Kirkhaven Nursing Home, 254 Alexander St. Rochester, 14607. Arrangements by Zornow Funeral Home. Brautigan, Bertha Y. On Feb. 12, 1991 of Pittsford. She is survived by 1 daughter, Viola Lussow of Victor; 1 son, Walter Brautigan of Brockport; 1 granddaughter, Janie also several nieces and nephews. Services will be held from St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Pittsford Sat. at 10 o'clock. Interment, Pittsford Cemetery at the convenience of the family. Friends wishing may contribute to the Rochester Friendly Home or the St. Paul Lutheran Church Memorial Fund. Arrangements by Zornow Funeral Home Broderson, Nancy G. February 14, 1991. Surviving are her mother, Helen E. Goodrich; brother, LTC. Edwin P. Goodrich, USAF (Ret.) of Platts-burg, NY; her grandmother, Helen O. Goodrich of PennYan; 2 nieces, Tammy and Shannon Goodrich; an uncle, Larry Knee-land and an uncle, Betty and George Parsons of Hudson Falls; several cousins and several close friends. She was a Sr. Vice-President at Chase Lincoln Bank, a member of the Rochester Yacht Club and served on the boards of the Landmark Society of Western New York, Hochstein Music School, YMCA of Greater Rochester and the Joint Boards of Blue Cross, Blue Shield of Rochester. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers friends wishing may contribute to Covenent House (P.O. Box 731, Times Square Station, New York, NY 10 108) or Volunteers of America (175 Ward St. 14605) in her memory. Arrangements, Crawford Funeral Home, Burleigh, Agnes A. On Feb. 1 1, 1991. Survived by her sisters, Lorraine Angevine and Ottilia Benson; son-in-law, Edward Woodams; several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Burleigh was a member of Reformation Lutheran Church for nearly 70 years. Friends are Invited to attend her Memorial Service on Sat. at 10am in HEDGES MEMORIAL CHAPEL INC., 770 E. Main St. (at Alexander). Interment, Mt. Hope Cemetery. Those wishing may contribute to Reformation Lutheran Church or the Arthritis Foundation in her memory. DeVetOAAark Feb. 14, 1991. Survived by his father, Joseph DeVeto, Jr.; sisters, Andrea, Mary Ann, Kathy, Christina; brother, Joseph III; grandmother, Mary D'Angeio; aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. No prior calling. On Sat. relatives and friends wishing may attend a Memorial Mass at 9 a.m. in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Interment, private. Arrangements, Falvo. Ferrera, Patricia L (Polito) Survived by her sons, Philip and David; grandson, Philip James; sisters, Mary (Joseph) Garbarlno, Ann (Louis) Saruby; brother, Sam (Rose) Polito; sister-in-law, Sally Polito; nieces, nephews. Calling Fri. 7-9 at the Falvo Funeral Home Inc., 1395 N. Goodman St. Funeral Sat. 10:30 from the funeral home and 11 at St. Philip Neri Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. 4U J Reruns Jennings, Bertha January 31, 1991. Age 94. Survived by 1 niece. Gladys (Harold) Galliger; daughter like grandniece, Diane Falzone; other grandnieces and nephews. Family and friends can gather at Main Gate to Holy Sepulchre Cemetery on Lake Ave Fri at 9 45AM Kraus,Wladimir Wladimir Kraus of Syracuse. NY, February 14, 1991. Surviving are his wife, Anastasia Kraus; 2 sons and daughters-in-law. Orest and Ok sana Kraus. and Jurij and Nona Kraus; a daughter-in-law, Martha Kraus; a brother and sister-in-law. Stetan and Helen Kraus; 3 sisters. Iwanka Alyszkevycz. Emilia and Maria: a sister-in-law, Eve Bishko; 4 grandchildren: several nieces & nephews. Services 10:45 AM Saturday at John C. Tindall Funeral Home. Inc., 1921 W. Genesee St., Syracuse, and at 11:30 AM in St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Church. Interment St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home 2-4, 7-9 Friday. Contributions may be made lo St. John the Baptist Church Ramp Fund; or Chornobyl Children's Relief Fund. i Lyons, Theobald P. FT. LAUDERDALE, FL: Tuesday, February 12, 1991, formerly of Rochester. He is survived by his wife, Anne (Nellls) Lyons; daughters, Lorraine Gempler, Kathleen Pemkiewicz, Pricilla Livingston; brothers, William & Jack Lyons; sister, Maura Bean; 5 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. He was a WWII Sea bee's Veteran. Friends may call Friday evening 7-9 at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home Inc., 2692 Dewey Ave. His Funeral Mass will be celebrated Saturday at 10 o'clock at Sacred Heart Cathedral. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Friends may make contributions to the American Heart Asso-ciation or the American Cancer Society. i MarcellO James L Survived by wife, Anne (Germano); sons, David (Karen) and James Marcello, Jr. and fiance, Lisa Durfee; daughters, Melanie and Renee Marcello; 4 grandchildren; mother, Clara Marcello; brothers, Louis (Nancy and John Marcello; sisters, Mary Novellino and Marty (John) Scarentino all of CA; nieces, nephews. Calling Fri. 2-4, 7-9 at Falvo Funeral Home, Inc., 1395 N. Goodman St. Funeral Sat. 8:30 from the Funeral Home, 9 at Holy Cross Church. Interment, Holy Sepul-chre Cemetery. May, Margaret (Oglia) Suddenly, Feb. 13, 1991 In FL. Survived by her husband, Anthony; son, Billy (Diane); daughter, Maria; grandchildren, Anthony & Michael May, John Milano, Kim Denaro; brother, Dominic Oglia; sister-in-law, Josephine Oglia; brother-in-law, Michael May; nieces, nephews. Calling Fri., 2-4 & 7-9 at the Falvo Funeral Home Inc., 1395 N. Goodman St. Funeral Sat., 9 from the funeral home and 9:30 In Christ the King Church. Those wishing may make donations to the Diabetes Assoc., 1650 Elmwood Ave. Interment, private. McCauley, Donald J.f Sr. Friends may call Friday 2-4 & 7-9 at the Vay Schlelch & Meeson Funeral Home, Inc., 1075 LONG POND ROAD (north of Maiden Lane). Service Sat. 10am. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery at the convenience of the family. Merageas,Politeme (Pauline) Age 89. Late of Napervllle ILL. Formerly of Brighton and Rochester NY. She is survived by her daughter, Tina(Chrls) Noun; 6 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren; 1 sister, Sarah Constos; She was predeceased by her husband Constantlne; She had lived In Rochester for 65 years. She had owned and operated the Lyrick Candy Shop and Res-turant. She was also a member of the Greek Orthodox Church of Rochester for over 50 years. Funeral Services will be Sat. Feb. 16, 1991 at St. Athanasios Greek Orthodox Church. Interment SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery. Visitation Fri. at the Frledrich-Jones Funeral Home 44 S. Mill St. Napervllle III. Ostrowski, Joseph Benedict (JoeO) Age 68 died of cancer Feb. 11, 1991 at his residence, Seneca Manor Apts. He was a former licensed Master Electrician. Joe served his country In WWII and Viet Nam. He is preceded in death by his wife Jane Barbara Fus and his parents Pius and Genevieve. He is survived by his son, Chief Master Sgt. Joe Ostrowski of the Air Force, stationed in Rome, NY; 2 daughters, Mary Susan Mroczek and Nancy Jane Valle; his sister, Stella Sokolski; his brother, Edward Ostrowski; 10 grandchildren; 2 greatgrandchildren; nieces and nephews. He was a member of the American Legion Post 1328, the VFW Post 9483 and the Society of the 408 Club. Friends are invited to St. Stanislaus Church Sat. morning at 9:30 for a Memorial Mass of Christian Burial. It was Joe's wish that his body be donated for medical research. In lieu of flowers remembrance contributions can be forwarded to the Viet Nam veterans of America, 457 South Ave. Rochester. Arrangements, FELERSKI FUNERAL HOME - UNION Morphet, George H. Feb. 14, 1991. Survived by his wife. Catherine (Nicoletti) Morphet: sons & daughters-in-law. Robert and Mary. James and Barbara; 7 grand; 6 great-grandchildren: brothers-in-law & sisters-in-iaw. Fred and Rose Costanza, Sam Rider; nieces, nephews. Calling Fri. 2-4, 7-9 at the Falvo Funeral Home Inc. 1395 N. Goodman St. Funeral Service Sat. at 9:30 in the Funeral Home. Entombment White Haven. Schiano See Bischoping Schubmeh!,PaulH. February 12, 1991. He is survived by his wife, Grace; daughter Jo Ellen Rollins; son and daughter-in-law, Craig and Maria; sons, Keith and Daniel; grandchildren, Brian, Amy. Brad, Stephanie and John. Friends may call Friday 2-4, 7-9 at the Anthony Funeral Chapel Inc. 2305 Monroe Ave. Memorial Service will be held Saturday at 2PM in St. Thomas Episcopal Church. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to The Church Memorial Fund or The Alz-heimer's Assoc. Sharpe, David M. PITTSFORD: David M. Sharpe, Feb. 13, 1991. Survived by his wife, Geraldine; 6 children; his 3 sons, Thomas Sharpe and wife Joanne of Rochester, Gregory Sharpe of Rochester, David Sharpe of Honeoye Falls, Gail Tysall and husband, Tim of Henrietta, Cathy Blodgett and husband Edwin of Lima, Leslie Strong and wife Susan of Houston, TX; his sister, Joan Burke and husband John of Rochester; 4 grandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Fri. morning at St. John of Rochester Church (Wickford Way off Rt, 31) at 10:30. (No prior calling). Entombment, White Haven. Contributions to St. John Fisher College in his memory will be appreciated. Veomett,CarolA. Feb. 14, 1991. She was predeceased by her companion, Bill Richards; Mother of, Mrs. Robert (Sue) Fantauzzo of Rochester, Mrs. Michael (Laurie) Kaminski of Ventura Ca, Sally Voemett of Houston TX, Michael Voemett of Houston TX; grandmother of Johnathan Fantauzzo, Jennifer and Michael Kaminski; sister of Mrs. James (Sally) Wiley of Lockport; niece, Edythe White, Ethel Perkins; also survived by several cousins, nieces and nephews. A Funeral Service will be held today at 2PM at Lang Funeral Home Inc., 186 East Ave. Lockport NY. Memorials contributions can be made to Niagara Hospice Inc. Wilson, Carl L Wed. Feb. 13, 1991. Mr. Wilson is survived by his wife, Ruth C; 1 son, David M. of R.I.; 1 daughter and son-in-law, Deborah A. (Bill) Mullins of Rochester; 2 grandchildren, Terry D. Mullins of Rochester, and Justin M. Wilson of L.I.; 2 sisters, Hazel Lynch of Albion, Thelma Clayton of Buffalo; several nieces, Mr. Wilson was a Graduate of Albion High School and Rochester Institute of Technology, a member of Irondequoit Presbyterian Church, and 50 year member of Rotary of Rochester. No prior calling. Friends are Invited to attend his Funeral Services Friday at 2PM at The Irondequoit Presbyterian Church, 2881 Culver Rd. Entombment Irondequoit Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to Rotary Sunshine Camp, o Irondequoit Presbyterian Church. Arrangements PAUL W. HARRIS FUNERAL HOME INC., Wood, Olive G. ' February 14, 1991. Age 66. She Is survived by her children, Gary (Shirley), Larry (Linda), Bob (Marian), Ray, Alfred (Patty), Tom (Chris) and Lenny (Penny) Steffenha-gen, and Evelyn (Harry) Wentworth; 20 grandchildren; sisters and brothers. Family and friends are Invited to call Friday, February 15th 7-10 PM at the POL-VINO & GRANATA FUNERAL HOME, INC., 371 Lake Ave. Olive's Service will be conducted Saturday, February 16th, 9:30 AM at the funeral home. Ziegler, Margaret M. Thursday, February 14, 1991. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Robert G. and Betty Ziegler; grandchildren, Margaret and Charles Jackson, Beverly Ziegler, Robert and Donna Ziegler, Sandra and Michael Preston, Karen and Michael Ryan, Kathleen Ziegler; 4 great-grandchildren; sisters, Alice Brodner, Bernadine (Tommy) Rathbun; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call FRIDAY ONLY 2-4 and 7-9 PM at the DIPonzIo Funeral Home, Inc., 219 Spencerport Rd., Gates. On Saturday morning February 16, 1991 at 11:30 friends are invited to attend her Funeral Mass in St. Theodore's Church, 168 Spencerport Rd., Gates. Interment at the convenience of the family. 4 Lost, Strayed loit,Strayd 4 LostStrayed BAQ-Small, Whit Paper: CAT: Vary larg gray. Oraan DOC): Yaliow Lab, famala, 3 Containing 3 lady's rings, 3 eyes. Lost Meigs St. on 2-9- yrs. old. LincolnRidge area. nametags& other Items. Prob- 91, REWARO. 256-3807 Call 315-524-7251 ably lost in the Barmont-Har- ....... vest Dr. area. It found, please wfwtxwxttf call 225-7741. REWARDI HUSKY: REWARD. Red ....... and white-looks brown & XXXXXKX DACHSHUND: SUB- white. Male, blue eyes. STANTIAL REWARDI Kodak area. 254-2516, CAT loat: Mala orange Black & white. Lost 232-4724 Elaine tiger. Family heartbroken. 1591, Klem Rd.-Rt. 250 IRISH Salter Famala varv 621-6278 area, Webster. Answers to ,,, maroon C0nari p,tt8'. CAT: Calico (white wblack A .?f 5LB2l6"3I0o.'.day8; ford, last seen 29 381-2666 orange) lost 24 Charlotte- 872-4446 after 5 PM iAB: Black, 1 yr, mala, Cherry Rd. 865-8411 OOO: Black lab mix, black ft answers to "Apollo CAT: Gray A Black, Tiger wni,e rnarkings. Approx. 1 JosephAve DHudson area Striped neutered male, very V- old; lu co"a,rj, n0 "as, 338-7115 after 6pm friendly, answers to "Orbit PayM I marks. Wllklraon Rd., PUppY.Bll,cl( , ,,, 1a Lost E. River & Brooks Rd Macedon. 315-986-5945 we8ks .p 0n 2la , area. Please call 359-9037 DOG: Loat Dewey-Ridgeway Bay & Goodman area.Reward. CAT: Neutered mala, oranga area- Shepherd-Lab male, 654-9950 or 461-1523 and gold tiger. Brown col- WVOxJm oM Jlackwlth TGER CAT: Gray mala. Nua- lar with purple heart, white "h"e n, chesl' rulrt on 8' tured. Vicinity LattaLong spot on throat, lost Fairport Pond Rd. Call 227-9607 area. 377-8579 jL.jL.JLJL A LOST OR FOUND PET? Call CAT: loat on 210, Harrla Rd. XT T TT PETFINDERS (800) 666- Blackwno tall. Rewardl Call r r LOST 9am-4pm weekdays 672-4688 or 473-8660 CAT: Oranga, 8 montha old, D0Q: Mlu ti"' 4a FOUfld neutered male. Melggs & whl'e Patc,hs & Advertisements In this col-Clinton. Missing since Fri. spots. Last seen 390 a umn appear as a public Reward. 473-5602 Janes Rd, on 29. Wearing service ot the Gannett choker chain, FL license Rochester Newspapers. For c? :. '"9 vaccination tag Information on placing a back 4 talL Extremely shy. (036580) "Scruffy". Call tree ad. call 454-4200. Lost Willow Pond area In Pen- pm,i ?48-77rr HaJ. orr. field. It seen, call 377-4079 CT0 t&SSS fld CAT: Quail-Bush subdivision . . j3 Call 272 08 Fairport, gray tiger ml white 23 Ca" 272-816 marks, young neutered male, " Pi,. , CT: " b,ack 'ma,- Fia,,i no front claws. Reward for D0Q: wnl,. h1818. st area. 473-4735 return.425-1625 or 383-7217 short hair, black collar CAT. Friand,. gt COCKER SPANIEL: Black, 1- '"'" BV'01- a"1 white. Found Hamlin yr. female, missing 2891 te area. 29. 663-2852 m afea. 964-2721 LyellSherman area. Call DOG: Yellow Lab 1 yr. old, CAT: Oranga, male Tiger. Donna. 464-9400 X220 days, male, lost AlexanderUnlve- Found Webster Manor Apia. 254-5505 attar 6. sity. Red collar. 458-6772 671-5700. 5 Personals 5 Personals 5 Personals ts&s tfzm c& $'AND THEY ni innv i 8 3' Area Deaths Outside Monrot County Sadlov, ski, Agnes ALBION: A?a 83, died February 14. 1991. Survived b son. William (Marie) Sadlowski, GA: daughter, Eleanor (Joseph) Drago of Albion: 4 sisters, Mrs. Mary (Morgan) of PA, Mrs. William (Julia) Guldenschuh, Mrs. Robert (Sally) Tremayne and Mrs. Helen Jankowski all of Rochester; brother-in-law, James Bella of Rochester; 12 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren; 1 uncle; several nieces, nephews and cousins. The family will receive friends at the Mer-rill-Grinnell Funeral Home. 12 Ingersoll St.. Albion Friday 2-4, 7-9 where Prayers will be said Saturday 2 p.m. followed by Mass of Christian Burial in St. Joseph's Church at 2:30 p.m. Interment, St. Joseph's Cemetery. Potter, Marilyn R. HOLLEY: Age 61, died February 14, 1991. Survived by husband, Wesley; 2 sons, W. Shawn (Anna) Potter of Spencerport and Brett (Bonnie) of Medina; 2 daughters, Shelly (Jeff) Henion and Shannon Potter of Holley: step-son, Rodney (Rebecca) Potter of Chili and 2 step-daughters, Stephanie Pullinzi of Rochester and Catherine (Charles) Brownell of Holley; his mother, Ruth Downey of Holley; brother, John (Beverly) Downey of Holley; 2 sisters, Barbara (Donald) Parker and Shirley (Neale) both of Holley; 12 grandchidlren; several nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends at the Mer-rill-Grinnell Funeral Home, 39 Geddys St., Holley 3-5, 7-9 Friday where Funeral Service will be held Saturday 2 p.m. Interment, Hillside Cemetery. Baker, Barbara B. PENN YAN: Barbara B. Baker. 57 of 663 E. Bluff Dr. Penn Yan. Died Feb. 13. 1991. Survived by her husband, John E.; 3 daughters, Mrs. Edward (Terry) Grissing, Rochester, Beverly Baker, Bowling Green, OH., Mrs. Jeffrey (Joan) Turner, Alexandria, VA; 2 sons. James, Rhinebeck, NY., David, Glastonbury, CT; her mother, Helen Ber-ridge, Hilton; brother, William Berrldge, Dunedin, FL; sisters, Mary Cirilla, Victor, Ruth Rover, Hilton; 4 granddaughters. Memorial Service Saturday 2PM at The Farmlngton Friends Church. Memorial donations in lieu of flowers to Advent House of Fairport. Johnson, Lily PERRY: Mrs. Lily Johnson, 94, formerly of Covington St. in Perry, died Thursday, February 14, 1991. Predeceased by her husband, Joseph Johnson. She is survived by son and daughter-in-law, Fred and Josephine Johnson of Scottsvllle, NY; grandson, Peter (Alicia) Johnson; 2 great-grandchildren; 2 sisters, Gladys Boyd, Perry Center, NY and May Mitchell of Sparta, NY; sister-in-law, Ruth Schofield of Perry. Friends may call 2-4 Sunday at the Eaton-Watson Funeral Home, Inc., 59 Lake St., In Perry, where Services will be held Monday at 1 1 AM. Burial In Glenwood Cemetery. Memorials to the Perry Emergency Ambulance. Record, Elizabeth C. SHORTSVILLE: February 12, 1991. Survived by son, John M., daughter-in-law, Anne Record, Seneca Falls. No prior calling Hours. Funeral Services Saturday 1:30PM, Presbyterian Church, Shortsvllle. Arrangements by Salnsbury Funeral Home, Shortsvllle. Keenan, Arlene (Schwab) WEST WALWORTH: (formerly of Rochester & Wolcott, N.Y.) February 12, 1991, age 71. She is survived by her husband of 45 years, Thomas C. Keenan; her son, Thomas H. Keenan and Janette; her daughter, Susan K. Nelson and Bruce of Lilburn, GA.; grandchildren, Eric, Mlndy & Molly Keenan, Holley & Scott Nelson. The family will receive friends at home, 3724 Stalker Rd. Thurs. 7-9p.m. and Fri. 2-4 p.m. A Memorial Service will be held Sat. Feb. 16 at 2p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Pentield, 1862 Penfleld Rd. Those wishing may send memorials in her name to the Walworth Ambulance, Walworth, N.Y. or the Wayne Co. Assoc. for Retarded Children Preschool Program, 1 50 VanBuren St. Newark, NY. In Memoriam i AccorsO Paul In loving memory of our brother, Paul Accorso who was suddenly taken away a year ago. Missing and loving you always, your sister. Mattice, Kenneth J. Its been 3 years (Feb. 13th) since you left us. We miss you and love you dearly. Love your wife Katherlne, children and grandchildren. cm d& CALLED IT'S aOIci m Bruce & Sue.g, y'V.- Z '4 vJ v 7

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