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Monday, November 20, 1989 The Pittsburgh Press OBITUARIES ion, the Retired Teachers Bowling League of White Oak and the Dravosburg Lioness Club. She was a member and past secretary of the McKeesport Area Association of Retired School Personnel. She also served as a judge of elections when she resided in McKeesport. She is survived by her daughter, Mary Jane Keller of White Oak; four brothers, Carl Bechtol of McKeesport, Harry and T. Robert Bechtol, both of Aberdeen, and William Bechtol of Coraopolis; a grandson and two step-grandchildren.

Friends will be received from 7 to 9 tonight and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at the Willig Funeral Home, 220 Ninth McKeesport. Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Church, Versailles Avenue, McKeesport.

Burial will be in New Joseph Cemetery, North Versailles. Margaret Diehl Margaret K. Diehl, a retired city school teacher, died Saturday of cancer in Corpus Christi, Texas, where she was visiting her Mrs. Diehl, 68, of Brookline, taught at Carmalt Elementary School and the Brookline Elementary Teachers Center. She was a member of the Seton Senior Center in Brookline and its Songbirds, the Order of the Eastern Star, Charity Chapter 368; and the Brookline Boulevard United Presbyterian Church.

She is survived by a daughter, Kathy Kunca of Robinson; a son, James R. of Corpus Christi, Texas; and four grandchildren. Friends will be received from 7 to 9 p.m. today and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at the Beinhauer Mortuary, 2630 West Liberty South Hills.

Services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Jefferson Memorial Park, Pleasant Hills. The family suggests memorial contributions to the Brookline Boulevard United Presbyterian Church, 1036 Brookline Boulevard, Pittsburgh 15226. J.

Charles Peterson J. Charles bank executive community congestive Community Mr. senior vice 1966. His messenger He was a trust officer nia National Equibank. A resident Death Notices Accountancy.

He was an accountant and controller for Halpern Enterprises for more than 30 years. He was a past master of Solomon Lodge No. 231, and was an elder, trustee and treasurer of the Smithfield Congregational Church. He is survived by two daughters, Doris Huber of Raleigh, N.C., and Eileen Hanks of Richland; two sisters, Elizabeth Tischer and Regenhardt, both of East Germany; five grandchildren, and two greatgrandchildren. Friends will be received from 7 to 9 tonight and tomorrow at the Schellhaas Funeral Home, 5864 Heckert Road, Richland, where a funeral will be held at 10:30 a.m.

Wednesday. Burial will be in Allegheny Cemetery, Lawrenceville. Max Schinkovec Max Schinkovec, 52, vice president of Blue Cross of Western Pennsylvania, died Saturday of a heart attack in Brookville, Jefferson County. Mr. Schinkovec, a resident of Eighty-four, Washington County, worked at Blue Cross for more than 30 years.

He also was a member of the Hackett Slovenian Club in Venetia, Washington County, and a 27-year member of St. Francis of Assisi Church in Finleyville, Washington County. He leaves his wife, Carol, Eighty-four; his mother, Frances, of Library; three sons, Max and Robert, of Eighty-four, and William, of McMurray; and two daughters, Carol Lynn and Wendy of Eighty-four. Visitation will be 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

tomorrow at L. Beinhauer and Son Co. funeral home, 2828 Washington Road, Bridgeville. Mass of Christian burial will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at St.

Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, 3609 Washington Finleyville. Burial will be at Queen of Heaven Cemetery in Peters, Washington County. Anne Bechtol Wylie Anne Bechtol Wylie, retired elementary teacher in the McKeesport schools, died of liver failure yesterday in McKeesport Hospital. Mrs. Wylie, 82, of White Oak and formerly of McKeesport, taught elementary education in McKeesport for 44 years.

Mrs. Wylie was a graduate of Slippery Rock State Teachers College, now Slippery Rock University. She was a member of St. Pius IV Catholic Church, the McKeesport Chapter of the American Association of Retired Persons, the McKeesport Public School Employees Credit Un- 001 Death Notices CACELLA On November 18, 1989, Lottie M. (Kuna); beloved wife of Alfred A.

(Jumbo) Cacella; mother of Mrs. Deborah L. Yalch and Ronald Cacella; sister of Mrs. Helen Kawala and Mrs. telle Kushwara, of TX; also survived by five grandchildren.

Friends received in the EDWARD P. KANAI FUNERAL HOME, 500 Greenfield Ave. Funeral Tues. 9:30 a.m. with Funeral Mass in St.

Rosalia Church at 10 a.m. Visitation with the family Sun. Mon. 2-4, 7-9pm. CAMPSIE On Friday, Nov.

17, 1989, Henry beloved husband of the late Annie Thompson Campsie; father of Maurice R. Campsie; also three grandchildren. Friends will be received at JOHN A. FREYVOGEL SONS, 4900 Centre at Devonshire St. on Mon.

2-4 7-9 p.m. where Blessing Service will be held Tues. 10 a.m. COMPTON Suddenly, on Sun. Nov.

19, 1989, William C. Compton son of Ann O'Leary and William C. Compton brother of Robert D. and John D. Compton, Dianne Wirkowski.

Friends are being received in McCABE BROS. FUNERAL HOME, 6214 Walnut Shadyside, Mon. 7.9 p.m., Tues. 12-9 p.m. Funeral Wed.

8:30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial in Sacred Heart Church, 9:30 a.m. DAVIDSON (Parker) Sun. and Mon. at the THOMAS L.

NIED FUNERAL HOME, 7441 Washington Swissvale. Services Tues. 11:30 a.m. Memorials may be made to The American Cancer Society. DeGEER (McKenna) Of Nov.

19, 1989, Dorothy Mckenna Degeer, the late Bruce DeGeer; beloved mother of Geraldine DeGeer and law of Richard Sandig; sisDorothy Sandig; mother -inter of Katherine Ginley, of vived by one PA; niece and surPhiladelphia, also four nephews. Friends may call at LAUGHLIN'S, 222 Washington Mt. Lebanon, TUESDAY 2-4 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered in St. Catherine of Siena Church, Broadway Beechview, Wed.

morning at 10 o'clcok. Interment, Calvary Cem. DIEHL On Nov. 18, 1989, Margaret K. Diehl; beloved wife of the late mother Edgar of Dale Diehl: Kathy Kunca, of Robinson Twp.

and James of Corpus Christi TX; grandmother of Krista and Lyndsay Kunca and Amy and Katy Diehl; sister-in-law of Irma Diehl. Friends welcome at BEIN. HAUER MORTUARY, Member of the Golden Rule, 2630 West Liberty Ave. (South Hills) 7-9 2-4 7-9 Tues. where Services will be held Weds.

11 a.m. Interment Jefferson Memorial Park. Memorials may be made to the Brookline Blvd. United Presbyterian Church, 1036 Brookline Blvd. 15226.

DINARDO On Nov. 18, 1989, Nick, of Stowe Gena husband of the late 'Petro; father of Mary Koma, Nancy Grenick and Virginia kar; pellotti brother and of Jenny Mary Santilli; Car: also six grandchildren and two Friends great grandchildren. received THONY M. MUSMANNO FUNERAL HOME, 700 7th McKees Rocks. Funeral in Mother of Church, Tues.

at 9:30 a.m. Visitation 2-4 7.9 p.m On Nov. 17, 1989, Joan, of wilkinsburo, current member and past chief daughter of the Lady Lamant wife of the late Lewis mother Mary Elizabeth Curtin, of CA; grandmother of Rebecca Ann Anderson and Laura Lee Curtin, both of CA; also survived by brothers and sisters residing in Scotland. Friends received 2-4, 7-9 Frankie Pace, 84, led efforts to help poor Frauenheim, concert pianist, music professor Norman A. Frauenheim, concert pianist and music professor, died of pneumonia Saturday in the Wexford House nursing home in McCandless.

Mr. Frauenheim, 92, of the East End, was a descendant of Edward Frauenheim, who founded the Pittsburgh Brewing Co. in the 1860s. He was a 1919 graduate of Georgetown University. Mr.

Frauenheim studied music in Paris in the 1920s and made concert tours of France, Great Britain and Spain. From 1926 to 1930 he was a professor of music at Carnegie Institute of Technology, now Carnegie Mellon University. Mr. Frauenheim gave many local concerts in the 1930s and was widely acclaimed by music critics. In 1943, he made his debut in Carnegie Hall in New York City.

From 1959 to 1987, Mr. Frauenheim gave private piano lessons and participated in concerts in Washington, D.C. He returned to the Pittsburgh area last year. Friends will be received from 7 to 9 tonight in the Devlin Funeral Home, 806 Perry Highway, Ross. Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m.

tomorrow in St. Teresa Catholic Church, Perry Highway, Ross. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, Hazelwood. Helen L. Friend Helen L.

Friend of Scott died of a heart attack today at St. Clair Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Friend, 69, is survived by two daughters, Kathleen Hoeweler of Kettering, Ohio, and Jerilyn Weber of Pittsburgh; a sister, Marjorie Hamstead of Elm Grove, W.Va.; and two grandchildren. Friends will be received from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m.

tomorrow in the Kepner Funeral Home, 166 Kruger Elm Grove, where funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery, Wheeling, W.Va. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association or the Arthritis Foundation. Alexander H.

Melzer Alexander H. Melzer, countant, died of a yesterday at St. Home, Richland. Mr. Melzer, 86, Germany who United States in the Pittsburgh LATEST DEATHS Aquadro, Lucille C.

Gross Bevilacqua, Laura Blythe, Paul H. Bodoky, William Bukauskas, Bernard A. Compton, William C. Jr. DeGeer (McKenna), Dorothy Dye, Della Wolfenbarger Fleming, Florence P.

Hug Froelich, John W. Jr. Goughner, Verna (Tims) Grab, Leory P. Horn, Edward W. Horrell, Joseph A.

Jenkins, Patricia Ann Knoth, Matilda Rieber Krantz, C. Alan Lanich, Edna Lewis, Jennie West McCarthy, Daniel A. McMickens, Rex Melzer, Alexander H. Mincher, Henrietta E. Moran, John C.

Nestor, Emma V. Nolan, Frances Lambert Pastrick, Richard G. Pazey, Frances (Wisniewski) Pentland, Margaret Schano, John H. Schinkovec, Max Streiner, Caroline Leute Sutter, Henry R. Tepper, Helen Tucker, Francis Turner, Ella (Petrovich) Wylie, Anne Bechtol Yurczak, Antoinette Lysy 001 Death Notices ANDRAS Nov.

18, 1989, Agnes (Mohrbach), of Munhall; wife the late Andrew sister of Edward F. Mohrbach, Josephine Abels, Dolores Bausch, Bernadette Godec, Violetta Milliner, Mary Margaret Bredl and Lois Mohr. bach; also several nieces and nephews. Friends received Sun. 12-4, 7-9 p.m., Mon.

2-4, 7.9 p.m. at the GEORGE IRVIN GREEN NERAL HOME, A Golden Rule Member Firm, 3511 Main St. (Homestead Park) Munhall. Mass of Christian Burial from St. Rita R.C.

Church on Tues. at 12 Noon. AQUADRO On Nov. 19, 1989, Lucille C. Gross; beloved' wife of Alvin A.

Aquadro; mother of Kerry, Arlene Lynne Poncez; grandmofher of Robin, Brian and Deborah Aquadro, Jevon, Juliet and Sarah Poncez, Visitation 2-4 7-9 p.m. at HEARD FU. NERAL HOME, 4047 Perrysville N.S. Mass of Christian Burial Church of the Nativity Wed. 10 a.m.

Entombment N.S. Catholic. BELBACK Jeanne (Chambon) of Keesport on Nov. 17, 1989; wife of the late Ignatz mother of Raymond H. and Arthur both A.

of Bethel Park, Achilles of N. Braddock and Louise A. Zay of McKeesport: also 13 grandchildren and 15 greatgrandchildren. Visitation 2-4 7-9 p.m Sun. and Mon.

at the PAUL L. HENNEY, Rte. Home, 88, Bethel Park, Funeral 5570 Library Peterson served numerous community organizations. He was director of the Mon Yough Chamber of Commerce for 50 years, chairman of the McKeesport Hospital Authority, chairman of the Mon Yough Industrial Development Authority, administrator of the Charles F. Peters Foundation in McKeesport, and a former chairman of the United Way of Allegheny County.

Mr. Peterson was named McKeesport Man of the Year in 1971. He was also a former president of the Allegheny County Fidiciary Association, a member of the McKeesport Kiwanis Club, McKeesport Rotary and was an elder for more than 50 years at the Immanuel Presbyterian Church, McKeesport. Mr. Peterson is survived by one son, the Rev.

John C. Peterson, pastor of the Center Presbyterian Church, Slippery Rock; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Services will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. at the Immanuel Presbyterian Church, McKeesport. No visitation is scheduled.

Arrangements are being handled by the William H. Craig Funeral Home, McKeesport. The family requests memorial contributions to the McKeesport Hospital Chaplancy Program or the Immanuel Presbyterian Church. Bernard Bukauskas Bernard A. Bukauskas, security and manufacturing executive and youth athletics booster, died of cancer yesterday in Jefferson Memorial Hospital.

Mr. Bukauskas, 58, of Whitehall, was the security supervisor at Liberty Center, Downtown, for Gregg Advanced Security. He was the former owner of Ma Ma Bear's ice cream parlor in Oakland. He employed for 32 years with Continental Can Co. of West Mifflin and with Continental International in Chicago, where he served as a project manager for various overseas projects.

He was one of the founders and a charter member of the Baldwin Whitehall Schools Athletic Booster Association and was a former baseball coach in the North Whitehall Athletic Association. He is survived by his wife, Evelyn Bodus Bukauskas; three sons, Maj. John A. of Charlottesville, Thomas B. of Whitehall and Robert G.

of Moon; his daughter, Cynthia L. Bukauskas of Whitehall; a brother, Leon M. of California; and four grandsons. Friends will be received from 7 to 9 tonight and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at the John A.

Slater Funeral Home 4201 Brownsville Road, Brentwood. Mass of Christian burial will be 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices VIS of Munhall McGIVERN James of CA. Sat. Nov. 18, 1989, Ar- ceived 2-4 7-9pm J.

(Tarzan), of Oak- at the GEORGE mont; husband of the late GREEN FUNERAL Rosella (Kilb); son of the A Golden Rule Owen and Margaret ber Firm, 3511 McGivern; father of Charles (Homestead Park) brother of Anne A. Services on Wed. at scher, Downes, 'Peter Florence M. Agnes Fi- NESTOR (Toots) Paulo and Isabel On Sunday, Nov. Lanning; one grandson; also Emma V.

of Duquesne; several nieces and nephews. of Sharon Rackauskas Friends and relatives may William Nestor; also at the BURKET-TRUBY greatnieces FUNERAL HOME, 421 Friends received Allegheny Oakmont, GRACAN FUNERAL 12-4 7-9 p.m., Mon. Kennedy Ave. Burial 7-9. Tues.

Mass 10 of Christian St. mot Tues. 2-4 Duquesne, a.m. 7-9. Irenaeus Catholic Church, Service Wed.

Oakmont. Family suggests Christian Church, memorial contributions to St. Memorial contributions Irenaeus Building Fund. First Christian Church, McMICKENS formed quesne or Cemetery Hungarian beloved Nov. brother 17, of 1989, Muriel Rex: NOLAN (Lambert) Barnard of Ashville, NC; un- On Sunday, Nov.

of Grace Peters and Frances of Stowe Vivian Jacobs of other loved wife of John relatives and friends. Visita- Ian; mother of Thomas Mon. 2-4 and 7.9 Janice Bober; GEORGE A. WARDEN FU- of Raymond' and NERAL HOME, 1100 N. Bober.

Friends may Homewood Ave. Funeral on 2-4 7-9 Tues. at 11 a.m. in St. McDERMOTT James A.M.E.

Church. HOME, 1225 MELZER Christian McKees Rocks. Sunday, Nov. 19, 1989, Wednesday at 11 a.m. Alexander H.

of Gibsonia Francis deSales Church husband formerly of of the Churchill late Hertha Boro; OBIECUNAS Fischer Melzer; father of On Nov. 17, Doris Hanks; Huber brother of and Elizabeth Eileen ter band of of Marie beloved, Tischer and Hanna Regen- of Walter Jr. and survived by five also survived by six grandchildren and two children, Walter great-grandchildren. Family Kristina, John, Cynthia receive friends on Mon. Diane.

Friends Tues. 7-9 pm at the DAVID P. SCHELLHAAS FUNERAL FUNERAL HOME, 79 HOME, Heckert S.S.,. on Sun. Bakerstown where service 2-4 7-9 p.m.

be on 10:30 a.m. Christian Burial MINCHER a.m. in Nativity Church. Sun. Nov.

19, 1989, OWEN rietta wife of the late Of Coraopolis, on William Mincher; mother of 1989, Gerald William and Donald C. husband of Janet Mincher; sister of James ther of Gerald W. Jr. Walters; also seven grand- thy Michael children. children; eight Friends received great-grand- Sherrie Lynn; at Wreatha Mason.

ROBERT A. WOLFE MEMO- Sun. 12-4 7-9, Mon. RIAL, Coal' 925 Franklin Ave. (at 7-9 p.m.

COPELAND'S, Wilk. Mon. 7-9, AOPOLIS, 867 5th Tues. 2-4 6 p.m. until neral Tues.

9:30 a.m. time of Service at 8 p.m. St. Joseph Church 10 Interment private. MOODIE On PASTRICK Friday, Nov.

Saturday, wife Nov. 18, the 1989, Richard G. of Charlotte, Lillian Samuel Moodie of of Richland late formerly of Duquesne; of George and holm, mother Lillian of Ranalli Ellen Chis- Dr. Baran David Pastrick; Charles and of E. Anna McQuaid, Fleming; sister Esther trick Pastrick Kean; and Lizabeth Brown and Robert Fischer: nephews.

Friends also survived by 13 grandchil- at -GRACAN dren; Friends 20 received 7-9 NERAL HOME, 2-4 dy Ave. at Wilmot KING FUNERAL HOME, Duquesne, Tues. 2-9. Route 8 at Woodland al Blessing 9:30 a.m. Circle, Allison Park.

Mass of Funeral Mass 10 a.m. Christian Burial in St. Cath- Trinity Church, W. erine Church, Wildwood, on- Memorial donations Tuesday at 11 a.m. Richard G.

MORAN PAZEY Sun. Nov. 19, 1989, John Frances (Wisniewski). of Munhall; beloved hus- Whitaker on Nov. band of Noreen (Coombes); beloved wife of father of Sharon Carter of daughter of Helen Pgh; brother of Minnie Da- late Vincent The Pittsburgh Press Classified Advertising Information To Place Your Ad, Dial 263-1201 8:00 A.M.

to 9 P.M. Daily 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sundays and Holidays Counter Want Ad Service 8:30 A.M. to 5 P.M.

Monday through Friday Closed Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays Death Notices: Including Funeral Notices, Cards of Thanks, in Memoriams, $2.71 per agate line daily, $3.74 per agate line Sunday. Minimum charge $8.13 daily, $11.22 Sunday THE PITTSBURGH PRESS Box 566, Pittsburgh Pa. 15230 (263-1201) Want ad Headquarters Frankie Pace, 1 Hill District civic leader and longtime champion of the died of heart disease in her poor, home early today. Mrs. Pace, 84, of Centre Avenue in the Hill District, worked to improve housing conditions and government programs for the city's poor for more than 50 years.

Born in Clinton, Mrs. Pace grew up in Chicago and came to Pittsburgh with her husband, the late Charles H. Pace, in 1936. Mrs. Pace sold the music her husband composed, helped him with the church choirs he directed and eventually became interested in civic causes in the district.

Together, they operated Pace's Music Store on Centre Avenue for many years. In 1942, Mrs. Pace helped organized a neighborhood improvement effort in the Hill District that evolved into the Citizens Committee for Hill District Renewal. "I already knew even by the time I came here that if you wanted something done in your neighborhood you had to find out who to see to get it done, then go there and speak up," she said in a recent interview. In 1954, then Mayor David L.

Lawrence named Mrs. Pace to a special committee to combat poverty. She remained a board member of the committee for 16 years, during which time Community Action Pittsburgh was created. Mrs. Pace was one of the leaders in Pittsburgh's efforts in the socalled War on Poverty of the Johnson administration of the 1960s.

She also was active in Pittsburgh's Model Cities and Office of Economic Opportunities programs. She also was active in working for improvements in the local Family and Children's Services organization and the Coalition of Elders group which compiled a report on conditions at the original John J. Kane Hospital. offered at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St.

Elizabeth Catholic Church, Grove Place, Baldwin Borough. Alan Krantz Alan C. Krantz, 61, in volunteer Saturday of a heart Hospital in Mt. Mr. Krantz, of Upper St.

1983 been an active the South Hills Family United Way, the Association, the Mayview State Hospital. worked for USX Corp. accountant from 1953 until in 1983. He also Force veteran and a 001 Death Notices Heaven Cemetery. SCHMALZ mother of Pamela Reiger Belle Vernon and Carol Lawhead of North Huntingdon; sister of Anthony Wisniewski of West Mifflin and the late Walter Wisniewski, Leona Wos and Margaret Berton; grandmother of Lori and Matthew Lawhead.

Friends received SAVOLSKIS-WASIK GLENN FUNERAL HOME, 3501 Main Munhall Mon 6-9, Tues 2-4 7-9. Funeral liturgy Wed. St. John Cathedral at 9:30 a.m. PENTLAND Margaret, age 84, former Duquesne Light Secretary, on Nov.

17, 1989, formerly of survived by nieces and nephews. Visitation 7-9 p.m. N. SOLLON FUNERAL HOME, 30 E. College Canonsburg.

Service will be on Tuesday at 10 a.m. REINA On Friday, Nov. 17, 1989, Josephine Jean Michal! kiewicz Reina; beloved wife of the late Joseph D. Reina; mother of Patricia Novak of Bethel Park, Jean Tain of St. Louis; also survived by Six grandchildren and one Friends are being received in McCABE FU.

NERAL HOME, 5300 Penn E.E., on Sun. and Mon. 2-4 7-9 p.m. Funeral Tues. 9 a.m.

Mass of Christian Burial in St. Raphael Church at 10 a.m. RICHARDS Nov. 17, 1989, Gertrude Everson Richards, beloved wife of the late Francis Richards; cousin of Florence Cain, Carrie Trickle; aunt of Lillie Mae Andersen and Ralph Everson Jr. There will be no Visitation.

Funeral Mon. Service, JOHN A. FREYVOGEL SONS, 4900 Centre at Devonshire St. at 11 a.m. SCHANO On Nov.

19, H. formerly of N. Braddock; beloved husband of Myrtle Schano; father of Irene Acri; brother of Margaret Metz, of OH, FL, Dorothy, Haraburda, Evelyn, Janet, George, Kenneth, of OH and the late William Schano; grandfather of Colleen Papale Vincent Acri; greatgrandfather of Gina Papale. Friends received Mon. Tues.

2-4, 7.9 at the CHARLES W. TRENZ FU. NERAL HOME, 11110 Frankstown Penn Hills, where Services will be held on Wed. time later. SCHINKOVEC Suddenly on Nov.

18, 1989, Max of Eighty-Four, PA; beloved husband of Carol (Shurtz): son Frances (Artnak); father of Max, Carol Lynn, William, Robert and Wendy Schinkovec; father-in-law of Debbie (Blank) Schinkovec. Friends Member of the Rule, welcome at BEINHAUERS, 2828 Washington (Peters Mon. 7-9, Tues. 2-4 7-9 Burial p.m. Wed Mass 10 of a.m.

Christian Francis of Assisi Church, Finleyville. Interment in of On Nov. A 18, 1989, formerly Westwood, Josephine Alderghetti, wife of the late Raymond mother of the late Gail L. Schmalz and Jo Lynne Geyer; also three grandchildren; sister of Amelia Danley. Friends received 2-4 the HARVEY L.

CORBA FUNERAL HOME, 997 Greentree Green Tree. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Margaret R.C. Church on Tuesday at 11 a.m. SIMMERS Daniel formerly of Pittsburgh, in Las Vegas, November 15, 1989.

Beloved husband of Carol; father of Daniel H. Dorothy Marie; grandfather of Sara Marie; son of Marie Simmers; brother of Mary Lou Sunday; uncle of Gary, David, Mathew, Andrew, Laura Sunday. Memorial service and interment in Las Vegas. SPEIZER Lakeland, FL, on Nov. 17, 1986, 'Sylvia Fried- Frankie Pace Hill District civic leader Henry and Children's once remarked ple active in Pace) never self.

She herself. She pitching for Mrs. Pace and tireless man Street Liberty. Last ored at Olivet Hill for her Mrs. Pace daughter, go, and one Funeral plete.

died by Funeral East End. Christ United Bethel Park. He is Upper St. beth, of ter, Dianne, Richard, of brother, and Wilmington, A memorial 11 a.m. hauer and 2828 Washington The family one hour will be The family contributions ily Hospice, Pittsburgh Notices Speizer; mother Gail Arlott, of Howard Speizer, FL; sister of of Ernest of White Oak, of Pgh and Weisband; also grandchildren and four Services BURTON L.

HIRSCH 2704 Murray (opp. Morrowfield Tues. at 1 p.m. Ahavath Achim Kennedy Twp. Mon.

evening 7-9 hour prior to Family suggests to the Ameri- can Cancer Society. STREINER was organizations, at St. Clair, had volunteer Hospice, Myasthenia Fund as an his rea U.S. member of 001 Death man; beloved late Arthur of Elaine and of Lakeland, Molly Speck, Friedman, Abe Friedman, the late five at the CHAPEL, Sq. Hill' on Interment Cemetery, Visitation p.m.

and services. contributions On Nov. 19, 1989, Caroline Leute streiner of McKees Rocks; wife of the late Roy; beloved mother of Lois Fischer, Jean Butter and Carol Glantz; 15 grandchildren; sister 10 great-grandchil. dren; of Bernadette Stayduhar, Kathryn Gaertner and the late William Leute. Friends received at McDERMOTT FUNERAL HOME, 1225 Chartiers McKees Rocks.

Visitation Mon. 7-9: Tues. 2-4, 7-9. Mass of Christian Burial Wed. 12 Noon at St.

Francis de Sales Church. SUTTER Henry of Bethel Park, on of Nov. 19, 1989; father Darlene LoBue of Library, Herbert of Sandra Ross of Mt. Joy, PA, Donna Wilson of Bethel Park, Gordon of Eighty-Four and the late Lynn brother of Russell C. of Wexford and the late Mildred Nessentahler; also 16 grandchildren; 13 Visitation Mon.

7-9, Tues. 2- 7-9 p.m. PAUL HENNEY, 5570 Library Funeral Home, Rte. 88, Bethel Park where Service will be Wed 10 a.m. Contributions may be made Sutter Memorial Fund, B.

P. Police, 5100 W. Library B. P. SZEPE On bara Nov.

18, Marian' 1989, BarHickly in Manor: beloved wife of the late Aftorney mother Joseph S. Szepe; Sedley, beloved of of Evelyn Barbara Ann Fisher, of Clair, San Upper St. Francisco, the late Helen Hope and Joseph S. Ill; grandmother of Daniel Sedley, Randall Katz, Mark Craig Sedley, Lauren Perella, Sedley, Lloyd, Martin and Adrienne Fisher; also nine Friends received 2-4, 7-9 Mon. at the ALBERT J.

FREYVOGEL FUNERAL Bethel HOME, 112 Fort Couch South Hills Park Village). (opp. Horne's, Liturgy in St. Thomas More Church, on Tues. 10 a.m.

tions Family to suggests Marian contribuManor Building Fund. TEPPER L. HIRSCH CHAPEL. TUCKER In Orlando FL, on Nov. 18,1989, Helen; beloved wife of mother the of late Harold Nathan Tepper Tepper; Orlando, FL; sister of Rabbi Eugene Labovitz of Miami Beach, FL, Mrs.

Rae Smith of Uniontown, and PA, Jeannette Singer Mildred Diamond of West Palm Beach, FL. Hy Rev. Labovitz of Tucson, AZ, Joseph Labovitz of Ft. Lauderdale, FL and Harry Labovitz of Philadelphia, also veside two Services grandchildren. 'Gra! and ment Monday at Poale Zedeck Memorial Park Cemetery at 2 p.m.

Arrangements by the BURTON On of Nov. 18, 1989, beloved, husband Kennedy of Math- father of Gerard, Patricia Kaufman and Darlinda Yahner; also seven granduncle children; of brother of Robert; Arlene. Satcho. Friends may call 2-4 7-9 Mon. and McDERMOTT 334 FUNERAL HOME, Kennedy Forest Grove Rd.

Christian Burial on Weds. at Twp. Mass of 10 a.m. In St. Malachy Church, Kennedy Twp.

Freeman, former Family Services executive, that "of all the peothe Model Cities (Mrs. got something for herwanted anything for was always in there the community." was a member, trustee fund-raiser for the RodBaptist Church, East month, she was honBaptist Church in the years of service. is survived by her Frances Barnes of a Chicagrandson. arrangements are incomArrangements are being hanSamuel E. Coston Home, 427 Lincoln Methodist Church, Peterson, a retired and McKeesport leader, died Saturday heart failure at United Hospital, Grove City.

Peterson, 90, retired as president for Equibank career began in 1917 as for First National Bank. senior vice president and at Western PennsylvaBank before joining of McKeesport, Mr. (001 Death Notices Bernadette Horrell RSM. Gerald and Edwin Horrell. Eileen Barton and the John Horrell.

Friends may call Mon. Tues. 2-4 p.m. at the FRANK F. BOR FUNERAL HOME, INC.

1065 Brookline Blvd. Funeral Wed. 8:30 a.m. followed Mass of Christian Burial the Church of the Resurrection at 9:30 a.m. JENKINS On Sun.

Nov. 19, 1989, tricia Ann; beloved daughter of Edward A. and Carole Jenkins; sister of Kelly Edward; niece of Dorothy Malewski, Lorraine Henry, and Charlotte Mahoska; of Christopher Lee Gray. Friends received 7-9 MONDAY ONLY at the THOMAS P. KUNSAK FUnia NERAL Ave.

HOME, at 3552 Davis CaliforFuneral Mass in Assumption Church, Tues. at 10 a.m. KIGHTLINGER Grace K. on Nov. 1989 of Mt.

Oliver; sister Virginia K. Appel; aunt Emily Appel Romanik and Nancy Appel Hrebenach; survived by nine greatnieces and nephews; two great-great-nieces and nephews. Friends received the JOHN F. FUNERAL HOME, 4201 Brownsville Rd. Brentwood Sun.

Mon. 2-4 7-9 p.m. where Funeral Services will be held Tues. 10:30 a.m. KNOTH On Mon.

Nov. 20, 1989 Matilda Rieber of West View wife of the late Theodore; mother of Marian Lev, Robent Ruth McDonald and Roy also survived by grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Friends received 7-9 the SCHELLHAAS FUNERAL HOME, Center Ave. (off Horseshoe Bend) West View of Christian burial at St. Athanasius Church, at 11 a.m.

KRANTZ On Nov. 18, 1989, Alan, alter a brief illness; beloved husband of Pat; son of Elizabeth Krantz; father Dianne and Richard Krantz; brother of Fred Krantz and Beth Rhodes. Memorial Service will be held 11 a.m. at BEINHAUERS, Member of the Golden Rule, 2828 Washington family will (Peters The receive friends one hour prior to Service. Family would appreciate memorial contributions to the South Hills Family Hospice, St.

Clair Hospital. LANICH Edna of Monroeville, on Nov. 20, 1989; beloved wife of James V. Lanich; mother of Barbara Gascoine of Monroeville; also three grandchildren; eight greatgrand; survived by three brothers and three sisters. Friends may call at GENE Van HORN'S of VILLE, A GOLDEN RULE HOME, Beatty Rd.

at Rte. 48 North (from Pgh. take Parkway East Exit 16B Plum 4th Intersection), on Tues. 2-4 7.9 until time of Service Wed. at 1:30.

LEWIS On Nov. 18, 1989, Jennie West; wife of the late William G. Lewis; mother of William W. Lewis; three grandchildren; six greatgrandchildren. Friends received at the BAGNATO FUNERAL HOME, Chartiers Carnegie, 2-4 and 7.9 p.m.

Services Wed. 11 a.m. McCARTHY On Saturday, Nov. 18, 1989, Daniel formerly of Mt. Washington; brother of Helen Richtar and Thomas vived by nephews.

(Pidge) McCarthy; also surFriends received BRUSCOFALVO FUNERAL HOME, 214 Virginia Mt. Wash. Funeral Mass st. Mary of the Mount Church Weds. at 12 Noon.

Visitation Tues. 2-4 7-9. If desired contributions may be made to St. Mary of the Mount Church Memorial Fund. of a in a late thur 7-9 Delate by in Pacall and Sun.

2-4 aunt p.m. On cle 17, of of tion at On will 13 and at will On On at On agate daily, active died Clair since for the Gravis and Air Mary Tues. IRVIN HOME, MemMain Munhall. 1pm. 1989, aunt cousins; TEICHARTHOME, at WilMon.

7-9, Funeral First Duquesne. DuRe- 1989, beRay Noand grandmother Cydney call Tues. FUNERAL Chartiers Mass on in St. Walfather Michael; grandKenneth, and WENSLOVAS S. 19th Mon.

of 10 18, beloved faTimo- and of Visitation 2-4 FuMass a.m. 1989, NC son Margaret of J. Pasand received FUKenne- FunerWed. Holy Mifflin. to the Trust.

of 1989 Andrew: the survived by his wife, Pat, of Clair; his mother, ElizaWilmington, N.C.; daughof Dallas, one son, Upper St. Clair; one Frederick, of San Diego, one sister, Beth Rhodes, of N.C. service will be held tomorrow at the L. BeinSon Co. funeral home, Road, Bridgeville.

will receive friends to the service. Burial private. suggests memorial to the South Hills Fam1000 Bower Hill Road, 15243. retired acheart attack Barnabas Free a native of to the studied at School of PREVIOUS DEATHS Andras, Agnes (Mohrbach) Belback, Jeanne Chambon Cacella, Lottie M. (Kuna) Campsie, Henry M.

Davidson, Joan (Parker) Diehl, Margaret K. DiNardo, Nick Frauenheim, Norman A. Gregor, Steven A. Kightlinger, Grace K. McGivern, Arthur J.

Moodie, Lillian A. Obiecunas, Walter Owen, Gerald W. Reina, Josephine Jean Michalkiewicz Richards, Gertrude Everson Schmalz, Josephine M. Alderghetti Simmers, Daniel H. Speizer, Sylvia Friedman Szepe, Barbara Hickly Ulmer, Louis G.

Sr. Weiland, Mary Ann Wright, Eleanor Petros 001 Death Notices where Blessing Service will be on Tues. af 10 a.m. BEVILACQUA On Nov. 19, 1989, Laura Bevilacqua; beloved wife of Charles Bevilacqua; mother of Phylicia B.

Schwarz, Loretta Krus, Charles Bevilacqua Jr. and the late Genevieve Hagan; also survived by nine grandchildren and four great Mass of Christian Burial on Tues. in St. John Fisher Church, Churchill, 10 a.m. BLYTHE On Nov.

19, 1989, Paul beloved husband of Josephine Dulemba; father of Marcia Blythe Brown and Paul J. Blythe; father-in-law of William F. Brown and Inge Blythe; brother of Robert, Richard, F. Pierce, William, Donald, David, 'Mary E. Watson, Patricia O'Brien, Frances Sloboda, Helen O'Dell and the late Corabel Grabowski.

Friends received, WALTER J. LEWSKI FUNERAL HOME, 216 44th Lawrenceville, 2-4 7-9 pm. Funeral on Wed. at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in St.

Mary Church, Glenshaw, 10 a.m. BODOKY On Saturday Nov. 18, 1989, William, of Penn Hills; be. loved husband of Magda; father of Agnes Putman of Oak mont, Eve Kershaw and Erica both of Sidney Australia; also eight grandgrandchildren three greatFriends will be received at a Memorial Service 2 p.m., Fri. Nov.

24, in Trinity Cathedral, Sixth Poh. Arrangements by THOMAS D. ENGLISH FU. NERAL HOME, Oakmont. BUKAUSKAS Bernard on Sun.

Nov. 19, 1989, of Whitehall; husband of Evelyn Bajuscik (Bodus) Bukauskas; father of Major John A. Thomas Robert G. Leon Cynthia brother of M. of CA; also four grandsons.

Friends received at the JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, 4201 Brownsville Brentwood, Mon. Tues. 2- 7-9 p.m. Funeral on Wed.

morning at 9:30. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Elizabeth Church, at 10 a.m. 001 Death Notices DYE On Sunday November 19, 1989, Della Wolfenbarger Dye of the N.S., mother of Betty Feitt and Donald L. Dye; grandmother of Cynthia L.

Dye, Karen A. Windgassen and Craig K. Dye. Friends received 2-4 7-9 p.m. at the SIMONS FUNERAL HOME INC.

7720 Perry where service will be held on Wed. at 10 a.m. FLEMING On Sunday Nov. 19, 1989, Florence P. Hug Fleming; beloved mother of Keith W.

Fleming of Seattle Wash. and Kim S. Fleming of Poh; survived also by one grandchild. Friends are being received in McCABE FUNERAL HOME, 5300 Penn E.E., Mon. 7-9, Tues.

2-4 7-9 p.m. Funeral Wed. 12 noon. Funeral Services will be held on Wed. at p.m.

in the Praise Assembly of God Church, 245 Foster North Versailles, PA. FRAUENHEIM On Nov. 18, 1989, Norman in his 92nd year, D.C.; formerly survived of Washington, nieces and nephews. Friends received Sun. 7-9 p.m.

Mon. 2-4 7-9 p.m. B. DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME, 806 Perry North Hills. Mass of Christian Burial in St.

Teresa Church Tues. 10 a.m. FROELICH On Nov. 19, 1989, John W. Jr.

of Ambridge; beloved husband of Cynthia Maness Froelich; father of Gretchen, Heidi and Jamie; son of Jack and Margie Froelich; grandson of John H. and the late Hilda Froelich; brother of Glenn. Friends received at the STOVER, FUNERAL HOME, 170 Noble Crafton, Mon. 7. 9 p.m., Tues.

2-4, 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service Wed. at 9:30 Burial a.m. at 10 Mass a.m. of in Christian ip Church, Crafton.

GOUGHNOUR (Tims) Verna, on Nov. 18, 1989: cousin of Patricia Musser, Carol Jones and Agnes Reed; sister of Paul (Tims) Offs; also nieces and nephews. Friends received Mon. and Tues. 2-4 7-9 at the WINTER FUNERAL HOME, 4730 Friendship Ave.

Funeral Weds. at 10:30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial St. Joseph Church at 11:30 a.m. GRAB Leroy P.

Grab, formerly of Brentwood, on Nov. 19, 1989, beloved brother of Mrs. Helen Garrity, Mrs. Rita Funk, Mrs. Jean Nogal and the late Mrs.

Marie Trbovich and George J. Grab; survived also by nieces and nephews. Friends may call TUESDAY ONLY 2-8 p.m. at the Little Sisters of The Poor, 1028 Benton North Side. Funeral Mass In the Home Chapel 11 a.m.

GREGOR Steven beloved husband of Betty 'Nicholson Gregor; on Nov. 17, 1989; father of Mrs. Katherine J. Holmes, Stephen, Billy, of Gary Kevin; brother Mrs. Josephine Caughhorn, Mrs.

Ann Beaumiller, John, Paul George; also 14 grandchildren. Friends may call 2-4 7-9 at O'BRIEN'S, 3724 California at Cooper N.S. Funeral Mass St. Cyril Church Tues. 10am.

HORN On Nov. 19, 1989, Edward of North Side, ters. No Visitation. survived by magervices and Interment will be held Tues. 2 p.m.

at Greenwood Cemetery, O'Hara Twp. Arrangements by BOCK NERAL HOME, LTD. HORRELL Joseph of Brookline, on Sat. Nov. 18, 1989: beloved husband of the late Agnes (Smith); father of Miriam (Mimi) B.

Giroux, Marita Vercellotti, Laird J. and Robert W. Horrell; 15 grandand three great. orandchildren; brother of Sr. TURNER Ella (Petrovich), of CA, formerly of Broughton, South Park, on Nov.

19, 1989; survived by husband Sam; beloved daughter of the late Anton and Rose; sister of the late Frank, AnWilliam and Helen Matthias, of Bethel Park. Burial in CA. ULMER On Nov. 18, 1989, Louis G. Ulmer of Aspinwall; husband of the late Ida Pitchke Ulmer: father of Kathleen Gann and Louis also five grandchildren, three great-grandchildren; brother of George Ulmer, Henrietta Livingston and Edna Wagner.

Friends received Mon. 2-4 7.9 p.m. in H. BLAINE WEDDELL FUNERAL HOME, 100 Center Aspinwall. Funeral Tues.

9:30 a.m. Funeral tica Church, Aspinwall. Mass 10 a.m. in St. Scholas- WEILAND On Nov.

17, 1989, of Pgh PA, Mary Ann; beloved daughter of Eva Thoma and William Weiland of Euless TX: sister of Roy, James Cathy Arthur, Nancy Sasso, Jan McCoy, Mike and Judy Weiland and the late David Weiland. Friends received Sun. 7-9, Mon. 2-4 7-9 at the HARVEY L. CORBA FUtree NERAL HOME, Green 997 Tree.

Green- Mass of Christian Burial in St. 9:30 a.m. Memorial Church, contribu- Tues. Margaret R.C. tions to Community Mental Health Center, St.

Francis Hospital, Poh 15201. WRIGHT C. A Nov. 18, 1989, Eleanor Petros Wright, beloved wife of Jacqueline Wright; Tanner, mother Gail, Robin, Matthew and Mark Wright and the late Christine Wright; grandmother of Christine and Gregory Tanner; sister of Agnes Volsky, Mary, Ann, Andrew and Richard Petros. Friends are being received in the McCABE FUNERAL HOME, 6214 Walnut 2-4 Shadyside Sun.

7.9 p.m. Funeral Tues. 10 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial, St. Bede Church, South Dallas Wilkins 11 a.m.

If desired contributions may be made to charity of your choice. WYLIE On Sunday, Nov. 19, 1989 at McKeesport Hospital, Anne Bechtol; beloved mother of Mary Jane Keller; one grandson; two step-grandchildren; sister of Carl, Harry, William T. Robert Bechtol. Friends received Mon.

7-9 and Tues. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the WILLIG FUNERAL HOME, 220 9th McKeesport. Mass on Wed. at 10 a.m.

from St. Pius Church, McKeesport. YURCZAK (Lysy) Antoinette; wife of the late Stanley; beloved mother of Eugene Lysy; grandmother of Michael Cheryl Phillips; greatgrandmother of Phillips. Friends received at the WALTER J. ZALEWSKI FUNERAL HOME, 216 44th Lawrenceville, 2-4 7.9 p.m.

Funeral on Wed. at 10 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. Stanislaus Church at 11 a.m. On Monday, Nov.

20, 1989, 003 Cards of Thanks WE WISH TO EXPRESS Our sincere thanks and appreciation to our friends, neighbors relatives for their kindness and thy during our recent bereavement in the loss of our dear wife, aunt, greataunt sister ELLEN G. MOTIL We especially wish to thank, Ed, of Sacred Heart Church, ICU Braddock General Hospital nurses, Dr. Krause, Dr. Adler, Dr. Myers, Dr.

Madavian, the paulibearers, those who sent floral spiritual bouquets, the Volunteer Fire Dept. Co. North Braddock Police Dept. all who helped in any way to ease our sorrow. HUSBAND-CARL J.


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