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C-2 P'ttsbur9h Press' March 20 1977 Life Quality In U.S. Rated I Oth By ROBERT DIETSCH '-' Scripps-Howard Staff Writer WASHINGTON - The United States, the world's wealthiest country according to the usual economic measurements, ranks only 10th in a new "quality of life" index that reflects how economic progress affects "basic human needs." Ahead of the United States are Denmark, The Netherlands, Iceland, Canada, France, Norway, Japan, Sweden and Switzerland. A group of analysts associated with the Overseas Development Council (ODC) has come up with an index of economic development that focuses on how countries meet the basic needs of their people. The index uses three indicators literacy, life expectancy and infant mortality - to roughly show to what degree a country has gone in satisfying those needs. They concede that their "physical quality of life index" (PQLI) is a rather crude device and they are working to refine it. Nonetheless, ODC President James P. Grant, who was deputy assistant secretary of state in the Kennedy administration, says the index "gives us a stereoscopic view a way of looking behind the facade of the gross national production figures." For years, some economists and many social scientists have argued that the usual measures fail to take account of the impact of economic growth on peoples' lives. Increases in national production, measured in gross national product, reveal nothing about whether life is made easier or longer for most individuals. The Kennedy and Johnson administrations worked on developing a "quality of life" index without much success. Measuring countries on the PQLI scale has uncovered some interesting comparisons. , For example, Algeria, a socialist-oriented nation with an annual per capita income of $710, has half the PQLI of Rri Lanka, a crowded island with a per capita income of only $130. Sri Lanka's infant mortality rate is 45 per 1,000 births, its people have a life expectancy of 68 years and its literacy rate is 81 per cent. The comparable figures for Algeria are 126, 53 and 26. In the United States, life expectancy it 71 years, but it is greater in Switzerland (75) and Japan, Norway and Sweden (72). Infant mortality in this country is 17 per 1,000 births; it is lower in Switzerland (9), Iceland (11), Denmark, France (12), Holland, Sweden (14), Norway and Canada (16). Life expectancy in the Soviet Union is 73 years, infant mortality is 13 per 1,000 births and the literacy rate is 98 percent. The PQLI for the United States is given as 96. Sweden's is 100, the perfect score. The other nations that rank ahead of the United States have PQLIs that range from 97 to 99. , Other examples are Russia 94, Romania 92, Cuba 86, Barbados 99 and Bulgaria 94. 01 Death Notices ANDERSON William K. Sr., Of 1 N. Murtiend Ave., beloved hus-wHnd of Mrs. Grace Anderson; tether of Paula and William Anderson Jr.; brother of Helen Sayles, Unnie Newman, .-' leaner Davis, Gladys Moore, -francos Spencer and Leonard "Anderson. Friends received on rMonoav and Tuesday at the -SPttlGGS AND WATSON -FUNERAL HOME, 730 H. Lang .-Ave., E.E-. where funeral '-services wilt be hetd on Wednesday at 1! am infer. ,-ment Homewood Cemetery. LFONSI .On Thur. Mr. T7, W7, G4-.usppe 547 w!ww Ave., Clatnon; husband of Guneppi--na: famw of ka&yi ..piflera. Mr. Etoowa Mrs. Maria Neri, Wv Anew-jieHe FicorilH, Ms Lavina ' AtfonsL Sisto and Thomas Attonsi; also 13 oreWKJcMt-efi; brother of Mrs. Poa (? vechf, Mrs. Felicia Cctnti( Giosatatto arxj O Gtulio Afon-' si; also nieces and rteprwws. Friends received at the A. J. vBEKAVAC FUNERAL HOME, '.555 5th St., Clairton, Sat. 7-9. ' Sun. noon to 4, 7-9. Mass of Christian Burial Mori, Mar. 21, 1977, at 30 a.m- St. Cart Church, Clairton. ALTMAN On Wednesday. March 14, .'. 1977, Theodore R, ot Harmar-jLViHe, formerly ot Blawnoi; k husband of Mary Bervlnkrt Airman; father of Dr. Theo- dore L. Airman and Dorothy . Smith; brother of James .Airman. Lyda Riddle, and 4. wary or an aw; aiso survives I. by five grandchildren and nieces and nephews. Friends are being received from 2-4 ano -vp.m. ar me imumas j M. SMITH FUNERAL HOME, where services wftl be held ;5undey afternoon at 2:30. ;AYOOB On Friday, March U, 1977, Alice (Salem), age SO, of Las - Vegas, Nevada, formerly of . Pgh.; beloved wife of Robert; mother of Mrs. Genelve Wllllg ; and Joseph Ayoob of Calif.; .; grandmother ot Charles, Chris, Craig, Bob. Matthew, and Gregory Wllllg of Calif.; sister --of Mrs. Ann Aber of Fla., r Mrs. Mildred Young of Avon-; more, PA, Rose Salem, and t Dolores Fry of Calif.. William of Pgfi., Michael of Butler, C-eorge of Poh., and Richard of Texas. Friends received at the L. BEINHAUEK AND SON CO. MORTUARY. JW0 West Liberty Ave., after 7 p,m. Sunday, Monday 2-4 and 7.9 p.m Services Tuesday at 11 - a.m. at St. George's Orthodox Church. Contributions may be made to the Church Memorial Fnund. I BANNON On Saturday, March 19. 1977, Thomas J., of Penn Hlfls, be- ,. loved husband ot Bettv; father v of Robert T., Mrs. Betsy M. , Jackson, Mrs Barbara J. f Ouealey and Mrs. Bonnie ' Robinson; son of Marie and .Y tne late Andrew Bennon. Friends will be received at the WILLIAM F. GROSS FUNERAL HOME, 1 1735 Frankstown Rd., (at Rodl Rd.) Penn Hills. Funeral on Tues- i day, 10 a.m Mass of Chris- flan burial In St. Gerard v Malella Church 10:30 a.m Visitations 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. S Mr. Bannon was a member of Sot. David Rankin Post 13 1 V.W., Wllklnsburg. v BLATT 1 On Saturday, March 19, 1977, . Ida, beloved wife ot We late Jacob Blatt; aunt of Mrs. Rr land I. (Sylvia) Miller, Mrs. 1- Richard S. (Helen) Rauh, Miss t. Henrietta Welnsteln, Mr. and . Mrs. Robert J. Slsenweln, all " of Pgh., and Mrs. Milton - (Selme) Goldstein of Los An. v peles, Calif. Services at the . RALPH SCHUGAR CHAPEL, 5509 Centre Ave., on Sunday at 2 p.m. Interment the West View Cemetery of the Rodef Shalom Congregation, visira-;.. flons one hour prior to the .- service. The family suggests V- contribution , be made to Madetsan, 901 Death Notices BOLAM L ueiia M. Soies Boiam, age 77, Of N. HurrflrvocJon. PA; mother of Edward, Charles, Norman and Joyce K lessen; 11 grandchildren and 4 great S-andchifdren. Sister of Erma rlsh. Friends received at me SNYDER FUNERAL HOME, Irwin, beginning 7 p.m. Saturday. Services Monday at 1 p.m. BONNAR On Thursday. March 17, 1977, Julia K, of Dormorrr, beloved wife of George E. Bonner Sr; mother of Mrs. Marjorle A. Burford of Lake Milton, Ohio, Mrs. Bettv Lou Seberrv of Merrlf Island, Fla. . and George E. Bonner Jr. of Pgh.; sister of Mrs. Roxle Blvstone; also survived by twelve grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren. Friends received at the L. BEINHAUER A NO SON CO. MORUTUARY, 2630 West Liberty Ave. from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m., beginning Saturday at 2 p.m. Services on Monday at 11 a.m. Inter ment Mt. Lebanon Cemetery. BOYER Sylvester A. (Red), of 407 Carnegie Ave., W. Mifflin, on Friday, March H, 1977, beloved son of Augusta Miller Bover end the late Peter; brother of William ot Library, Raymond and Mrs. Lucille Runge of Duouesne; also nieces and nephews. Friends received at the MALOY-SCHLEIFER FUNERAL HOME, 915 Kennedy Ave., Duouesne. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Joseph Church. Duouesne on Monday at 16 a.m. Family hours 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. BOYTIM Mary Rudlck, of Munhall, beloved wife of Mlcheel; mother of Eugene, Michael, Donald, Frank and Patricia of Munhall and Mrs. Susan Knapp of Pleasant Hills; sister of Irene Mathews; also ten grandchildren. Friends received at SAVOLSKIS-WASIK-GLENN FUNERAL HOME, 3501 Main St., Homestead Park, Munhall. Visitations starting Sunday 7-9 pm. Time and day of funeral BRONOWICZ Walter A., on Friday, March lj. 1977, of Etna, husband of Zifa Wagner; father of Mary Ann Pafon, Kathleen Hodos, Walter A. Jr. and Susan Bronowlcz; son of Laura and the late Frank Bronowlcz; grandson of Matthew SobieskL brother of Rite Sieg, Rose McDermott Joseph, Brother Raymond F.S.C., Leonard and Francis Bronowlcz; six gred-children. Friends received 2-4 and 7-9 at the JOHN E. CARLOS FUNERAL HOME, 923 Saxonburg Blvd. (by Shaler Plaia). Mass of Chris-flan burial In All Saints Church, Tuesday, 10 a.m. Par-Ish Vigil Service, Monday, 1:15 p.m. Family requests donations to All Saints Bids. Fund Or American Cancer Society. BRONSON Edward, ot 753 Kelly St.; beloved father of Robert and Charles Bronson; son of Mrs. Sarah Maves; also four grandchildren and a host of other relatives. Friends received at the SPRIGGS AND WATSON FUNERAL HOME, 720 North Lang Ave, E.E.. where funer- fl services will be held on uesday at II a.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Call 263-1201 -a friendly ad-Viser will help you word your ad. LATEST DEATHS Alfonsi, Giuseppe Anderson, William K. Ayoob, Alice Bannon, Thomas J. Blatt, Ida Bolam, Luella M. Boyer, Sylvester A. (Red) , Boytim, Mary Bronowicz, Walter A. Bronson, Edward Brown, Ollis O. Ciiauskas, Victoria Craska, Albert B. Culligan, William P. Friedman, Charles Frye, Martha H. Geary, George A. Gretz, Julia Harrison, Lillie M. -Herman, Sophie Ivanek, Alda Kinsler, George J. Klingman, Jack Sr. Koski, Rose Kovac, Paul Lindh, Ernest 0. Mack (Phillips), Florence Malinaric, Mathew L. Massi, Carl C. Meanor, Laura McNally, Mary I. Murray, Edna M. Nagy, Julia Nicodemus, Walter B. Sr. Novosel (Neral), Barbara M. Prayer, Nathan Rabin, Mary Agnes Randle, Mildred Robinson, Charles B. Schuette, Fred Seibles, Edward E. Sekowski, Thaddeus T. Smola, Helen M. Steinhauser, S. H. (Si) Taylor, Ruth M. Troian, Elmer H. Tybusch, Katherine Vrcic, Jennie Wachulski, John F. Walz, George E. Warenski, Peter Zoeffel, Louise 001 Death Notices BROWN Ollls G, on March IB, 1977. of 231 Lombard St., beloved husband of Ada Brown; father of James Brown, Nellie Mae Collins- Arthur Brown, Pearl Franklin, Calvin Brown, Adele Brown, Blanche Brown, Wil-lard Brown, Alice Brown: brother of Elgin Brown, 19 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. Friends received at the WEST FUNERAL HOME, 2215 Wvlle Ave., where funeral services will be held on Tuesday at i p.m. BRUCKER Thelma Wewel, on Thursday, March 17, 1977, of Shaler iwp.; witb ot jonn r. Drue er; mother of Jacqueline Houy and Adrienne Mever; sister of Mae McElwee and Katherine Peters; also survived by eight grandchildren. Member of North Allegheny A.A.R.P. Chapter km. The family will receive friends between the hours of 2-4 & 7-9 beginning Friday evening at the SPERLING FUNERAL HOME, 133 North Ave., Mlllvale. Funeral on Monday, March 21, 1977, at 9 a.m. with Funeral Mass in St. Anthony Church at, 10 a.m CIZAUSKAS On Saturday, March 19, 1977, Victoria Auk, of Stowe Twp., wife of the late Francis Ci-zauskas; mother of Judith Youna of Unlontown. Ohio: sister of Amelia Gusky, Josephine Patrowsky, Anthony, Stanley and Julia Auk: also two grandchildren. Friends re ceived en me Ninui m. MUSMANNO FUNERAL HOME, 700 Seventh St., MCKees kocrs. i-unerai mass In Mother of Sorrows Church on Tuesday at y;jo a.m. CLARK BU 17 " 10T7 yn I nut mar, nw"-n i'"i Cecelia M. Clark; beloved wife of John E. Clark; mother of DeWavne Grocer. Nancy Jones, bmney uimiippo, oeny aummerrieia, uor;y ic-unio: sister of Thurman Groger. Meadvllle, Katherine ton. Erie. Mvra Millard. Ern est Groger and Isabel le Steele nf Conneaut Lake and Law- rence Groger of Butler: also SUrviveo OV IJ granacnuareri, Frionrii received at the Win. SLATER & SONS INC., Va. Ave. and Kearsarge St., Mt. Washington, where a service will be held Monday, March 21, at 11 am CORNELIUS On Friday, March 18, 1977. Raymond L., of Regent Square; husband of Elizabeth Boyle; fattier of Ann Camm and Michael of Wllklnsbura Mary Calabro of Cambridge, Ohio and Karen Cornelius of Voorhes, New Jersey; son of Cleo Cornelius and the late Raymond of Windber; brother of Dorothy Cornelius of Rev-noldsburg, Ohio and Patricia Gahaoan. of Wfndber. The family will receive friends at the family residence on Monday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. There will be no viewing. Services and Interment private. Memorial contributions may be made to the Rebos House, or to the American Lung Association. Arrangements by THOMAS L. NIED, . CRASKA On Sat., March, 19, 1977, Albert B.: beloved husband of Cmcm P. Lewellen Craska: fa ttier of Mrs. Joan Ursetta; bromer or uemem LrasKa.or Holiday Lak es E states, F I . , jifiri the lAte Leo. Francis. Paul and Bertha Craska; also survived by nieces and nephews. Friends received after 2 p.m. Sun. In the EDWARD P. KANAI FUNERAL HUMfc, 50U Greenfield Ave. Tues. at 9:30 a.m. with Funeral Mass In St. Rosalia Churh at 10 a.m. Visi tation with the family 2-4 and 7 p.m. CRAWFORD On Frl, War. 18, 177, James B. of N. Braddock; beloved son of Mary Oaerr Crawford and fhe late Bertram R.; bromer of Richard of N.J. and Rita of N. Braddock. Friends received at the THOMAS L. WhO FUNERAL HOMfc, 7441 Washington St., Swlssvale. Family hours 2-4 & 7-0 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial In St. Barnabas Church on Mon. at 9 a.m. CULLIGAN At Tarpon Springs, Fla.. on Wed., Mar. Id, 1977, William P. (retired employee of the P. B L. E. R.R.) formerly of Keens ft wnrrenaii; hu&hand of the IMp Ann! on of the late Mollie Giilen and Patrick Culligan; brother ot the late DeSales Culligan; also survived by cousins. Mass of Christian Burial was held on aar., war. 19, at Tarpon Springs. CZAJKOWSKI On Thurs., Mar. 17. 1977, Martin husband of trie late Stella Pargulskl and father of Chester and Norbert; also Tnree grander-iidr en, Deborah Cherillo, Dennis and Steven Cialkowskl. Funeral on Mon, at 9 a.m. from the ALBERT F. BOREK FUNERAL HOME, 249 Main St., Lawrencevllle. Funeral Mass at 10 a.m. in Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Visitation 2-4 & 7-9 DANKMYER On Friday, March 18, 1977, John O. Sr., beloved husband of the late Olive Sampson Dankmver: father ot Mrs. Mariorle watson, Mrs. Joan Watt, John O. Jr. and Richard A. Dankmyer; brother of Gilbert C. Dankmver; also survived by 14 grandchildren and sl oreaf-gi anochlldren. Friends received 2-4 and 7-9 at the CHARLES W. TREN2 FUNERAL HOME, 11110 .Frankstown Rd., Penn Hills, where services will be held on Monday at 11 tjt. . PREVIOUS DEATHS Altaian, Theodore H. Bonnar, Julia K. Brucker, Thelma Clark, Cecelia M. Cornelius, Raymond L. Crawford, James B. Czajkowski, Martin Dankmyer, John 0. Sr. Famoso, Domenico , Glacomelli, Mary Gibson, Margaret J. Giovengo, John R. Click, Rosella, R.N. Herforth, Margaret V. Kennedy, Rev. T Steward W. Kowacz, Josephine Kummer, Lillian Kushon, Frances M. Luntz, Clunon B. Masullo, Rose McBane, George McCaffrey, Wilbert J. Milinovitch, Peter P. Mulroy, Donald E. (Wicky) ' Murray, Joseph M. Neeb, Esther 1 Nichy, Joseph O'Connell, Thomas J. O'Keefe, Charlotte E. Pavlovich, Tony Puhala, Cyril J. Randazza, Vincent (Jimmy) Russell, Adelaide Scalo, Frank E. Schaffer,John W. Smith, Albert L. Smyrniotis, Fofo '(Thea) Stander, Charles G. Taylor, Katbryn M. Thomas, Stanley J. Walde, Adelaide C. Wheeler, Samuel D. 001 Death Notices FAMOSO On March 17, 1077, Domenico, of Seller Street, McKees Rocks; husband of Teresa Tuccl; father of Lena Glerl. Joseph and Aldo, all of McKees Rocks; brother of Anna Costantlna and Leonardo of Italy and the late Peter; also four grandchildren. Friends received In the ANTHONY J. SANVITO FUNERAL HOME. 634 Broadway, McKees Rocks, jjntll Monday, March 21. 1977 at 8:30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial In St. Francis da Sales Church at 9 a.m. Visiting hours 12-9 p.m, FRIEDMAN Charles J., on Saturday. March 19, T977, formerly of Mt. Oliver- husband of the late Anna Friedman; father of Mrs. Marie Burr, Mrs. Loretta Leech, Mrs. Dorothy Gelser and Charles S. Friedman; 13 Grandchildren: 19 oreat-arand- children. friends received at the JOHN f, SLATER FUNERAL HOME, 4201 Brownsville Rd., Brentwood, Sunday and Monday, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. 1 Funeral on Tuesday morning, 9:15 o'clock. Mass of Christian burial, St. Joseph . Church, 10 o'clock. FRYE Martha H. Hooper, oh March 18, 1977, Forest Hills, wife of Dan W. Frye, mother of Peter W. Frve; sister of Rebecca Cooper; also two grandchildren. Memorial services will be- held, March 28, 8 p.m. Forest Hills Presbyterian Church. Memorial contrlbu-tlons can be made to Columbia Hospital. GEARY On March 14, 1977, George A., In Manhattan Beach, Calif., formerly of Homestead; brother of Carolyn King, .f Pgh., Loretta Geer, John r, Richard H. Geary. Funeral Services March 17 In Holy Cross Cemetery, San Gabriel, Calif. GIACOMELLI pn Thurs.," Mar. 17, " 1977, Mary; . mother of Isabella Spagnoletti, Gilbert, Mabel and , John P. Giacomefll; sister of Annie Navich and Emma Louda; also eight grandchildren; five great-grandchildreh. Friends received at the RAY MONO J. BRUSCO FUNERAL HOME. Broadway at ShlraS Ave., Beechvlew. from 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. FUneral Mass In St. Catherine of Siena Church on Mon. at 11 a.m. GIBSON , On Friday. March 18, 1977, Margaret I. of Mt. Lebanon, beloved wife of Kenneth E. Gibson; mother of Richard of Washington, and Mrs. Carolyn McHale or Md.; also three, grandchildren. The family will receive friends, beginning Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m., at the L. BEINHAUER AND SON CO. MORTUARY, 2630 West Liberty Ave., where services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. Interment in Jefferson Memorial Park. The family suggests memorials to Easter Seals or the Eastmlnster U.P. Church, N. Highland Ave., East Liberty. GIOVENGO . John R., on Friday, March II, 1977. of Esolen; beloved husband of Josephine Lilil Giovengo; father of John M.. Michael J., Robert W., and , Joseph A. Giovengo; brother 1 of Jennie Calderon, Nancy Pusaterl, Nettie Lisantf, Mary Ventro, and the late Joseph, Kninip ana Anmony uiovengo; also survived by five grandchildren. Member ot Amity Lodge of the Italian Sons and Daughters of Italy. The family will receive friends between the hours of 2-4 & 7-9, at the SPERLING FUNERAL HOME, INC., 408 Cedar Ave., N.S. Funeral on Monday, March 21, at 8:30 a.m. with Funeral Mass In St. Vincent DePaul Church, Esplen, at 10 a.m. Im CLICK On Friday, March 18, 1977, Rosella Glick R.N., age 63; sister of Harold Gnck, Lillian Schrello and Isabel Dick; also survived by nieces and nephews. Friends may call at H. SAMSON INC., 537 Neville St., (Oakland Civic Center), Saturday 6-9 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. when services will be held. Interment West View Cemetery of Rodef Shalom Congregation. Contributions may be made to a favorite charity. GRETZ ''' Suddenly, March 1, 1977, Julia Petruska, of Braddock, beloved mother of John; sister ot Mrs. Mary Rosfpalla, Helen, John and Joseph Petruska; also 2 grandchildren. Friends received at the ALBERT O, LESKO FUNERAL HOME. Bell & Jones Aves., N. Braddock. Mass of Christian burial in St. Michael Church, Tuesday, visitations 2-4 and 7-9. HARRISON On Saturday, March 19, 1977, Llllle M., of Mt. Lebanon; wife of the late Robert G.; mother of Robert J. Harrison of Whitehall; grandmother of Robert A, end James L. of Pgh.; also survived by four great-grandchildren; $lster of Edna M. Thomoson. Friends recieved at the L. BEINHAU- fcK AND SON CO. MORTUARY, 2630 West Liberty Ave., after 2 o.m. Monday. Notice of funeral services later. HERFORTH On Thursday, March 17, 1977. Margaret V. Herforth. beloved wife ot OHo C. Herforth! ls. ter of Mrs. Marie Niqholson; oiMi survives oy six or ana-Children. Friends received at WM. SLATER & SONS INC., Virginia Ave. and Kearsarge St., Mt. Washington, until 9:15 Monday, March 21. Funeral Mass In St, Mary of the Mount Church at 10 a.m. visitation 2-4 and 7-9. HERMAN On Saturday, March 19, 1977, Sophie Herman, wife of the late Joseph Herman, mother of M. J. Herman of Pgh., Mrs. Fannie Hoffman of Pgh and the late Harry Herman: sister of Anna Tlsherman of Pgh, Sarah Tisherman of LA, Cant., Benlamfn of Pgh. and Ralph Tisherman of Pgr,.; 8 grandchildren and 7 great- Srandchildren. Services will be eld at BLANK BROS. FUNERAL HOME, Forbes Ave. end Craft., on Sunday at 3 o.m. Visitations tw hours before service lime, ictei'ment Cnesth Isreal Cmntrtrv. Cem. frlbutlons may be made to the Jewish Home for tht Aged. 081 Death Notices IVANEK Alda Schuyler, of Wessex HIHs Drive. Moon Twp.. on Friday. March 18. W7; wife of the late Albert J.: mother of Mrs. William (Jane) Edwards; sister of Mrs. Vivian Olson, Mrs. Odessa Thompson and i nomas jscKson scnuyier; also four grandchildren. FamU ly will receive friends Sunday 12-4 and 7.9 p.m. at the LUrtLKNU NIUUN TWP. FUNERAL HOME, 981 Brod- head Rd., where services will be held on Monday at 11 a.m. KENNEDY On Thurs., Mar. 17, 1977. Rev. Steward W.; beloved husband of Florence Weaver Kennedy of Clinton, Pa.; father of Rev. Robert W. Kennedy of Petrolia, Pa.; grandfather of Jennifer and Rebecca Kennedy; son of Richard R. Kennedy of Viola, III.; brother of Mrs. Evelyn K. Spltinas and Mrs. Carol K. Forsyth both of Molina, III. Family requests visitation between fhe hours of 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. at the NORMAN G. HEARD FUNERAL HOME, 4047 Perrysvllle Ave., N.S. Services on Mon. afternoon at Jo'clocK. . . . KINSLER On Friday. March 11 1977, Georoe J. Kinsler, of Rosslter. Pa., formerly of Pan., beloved husband of Marlon Geyer Kinsler; father of Mary Geor-gene Helnzl; also six grandchildren. Friends and members of Pittsburgh Firefighters Local No. 1 received at WM. SLATER t SONS INC., Virgin-la Ave. and Kearsarge St.. Mt. Washington, until 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 22. . Funeral Mass In St. James Church, West End. at 9:30 a.m. KLINGMAN On Saturday, March 19, 1977, Jack Klingman Sr., of Brabec St., In his 61st. year, beloved husband of Florence Sevcik Klingman; father of Jack Klingman Jr.; brother of Edith Marsh. Harvev Klingman, Betty Prvcl and the late Roy Klingman; also survived bv 2 step-grandchildren. Family will receive friends at fhe OSCAR MILLER FUNERAL HOME, Troy Hill, where services will be held on Tuesday at 2 p.m. V.F.W. 709$ and friends mined. -. KOSKI On Friday, March 18, 1977, Rose Rosner Koskl, of Esplen. wife of Charles; mother of Charles Jr.; sister of Rudolph and William Rosner, Josephine Berg and Hilda Rakowskl. Friends received at the MCDERMOTT FUNERAL HOME, 1225 Chartlers Ave., McKees Rocks, 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Mass of the Christian Burial will be held In St. Mary's Church on , Tuesday, March 22, at 9 a.m. KOVAC Paul F., of 1511 Caroline St.. Natrona Hgts., husband of Mrs. Veronica A. (Gaidlk) Kovac, at the Allegheny Valley Hospital, on Saturday, March 19, 1977; father of Joseph V. Kovac, of Grosse-lsle, Mich.. Mrs. Angelo (Margaret) Retinl of New Kensington, PA, Mrs. C. Earl (Veronica) Bollinger of Philadelphia; nine grandchildren and two great-grandsons. Friends are being received at the ALBERT H. DUSTER FUNERAL HOME, 347 East 10th Ave., Tarentum. A Mass of Christian Burial on Monday morning at 10 a.m. In St. Maihlas R.C. Church, Natrona. Interment Our Lady of Hope Cemetery, Frailer Twp. KOWACZ On Frl., Mar. II, 1977, Jose-phfne Kowacr; wife of the late Louis Kowacz; mother of Mrs. J. L. Cook, Mrs. Stella Cox of Arlington, Va., Mr. S. J. Kowacz, Mr. Joseph J. Kowacz and the late Adam Kowacz; also survived by 15 grandchildren and 13 greatgrandchildren. Friends received at WM. SLATER & SONS, INC, Va. Ave. & Kearsarge St., Mt. Washington, until 8:15 a.m., Mon.. Mar. 21. Funeral Mass In Sr. Justin Church at 9 a.m. KUMMER On Friday, March 18, 1977, Lillian Fisher; beloved wife of the late Kan Kummer or me N. side; survived bv nieces and nephews. Friends revived from 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. at the G. S. SIMONS FUNERAL HOME, INC., 2025 Perrysvllle Ave., where services will be held on Monday morning at II o'clock. KUSHON Frances M. Ladeslc, on March 18, 1977, formerly of Etna; wife of the late Peter M. Kushon; mother of Marie Sklrtich, Anna Mae Golublc, Irene Merziak, Margaret Dan-cinsin, Rose Dunmyre. and the late Joseph G. Kushon; sister of Catherine Bosanac, Peter F., and John P. Lade-sic; also 19 grandchildren and 16 oreat-arandchlldren. Mem bers Confraternity of Christian Mothers, K.S.K.J. 128, and mends receivea at wm. j. 333 Butler St., Etna. Funeral Mass in St. Mary's Church. Sharpsburg on Tuesday at Id a.m. . - j LINDH Formerly of Irwin, March 19. 1Q77 Cmme it hneKanfli nf the late Sarah Mull; father of Earl, Jean Rezar, Virginia Johns; brother of Theodore, Olga Siebert, Esther Fleming, Lillian Terhorst. Friends received RODGERS FUNERAL HOME, Irwin, 7-9 p.m. Sun-day, 7-4 and 7-9 Monday, Services Tuesday It a.m. LUNTZ On Thurs. afternoon, Mar, 17. 1977. Clunon B. Luntz; wife of the late Carl B. Luntz; mother of Marlon 5auer, Bernadette Schlereth. Carla Luntz Gray, Raymond, Joseph and Lawrence Luntz and the late La-Vonne Tacholr; also survived by 15 grandchildren. Friends are betna received at McCABE BROS.. INC, FUNER AL home, bMU penn Ave., E.E., between- the hours of 2-4 & 7-9 p.m., where funeral services will be held on Mon., Mar. 31, 1977, at 11 a.m. MACK (Phillips) On Thurs, March 17, 1977, Florence Kunkle Phllllpi Mack; wife of the late Joseph Phillips and Leo. Mack; beloved mother of Florence Hof-field, Richard Phillips, Dorothy Cook and Claire Welte; also survived by ten grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Family will receive friends 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the OSCAR MILLER FUNERAL HOME, Troy Hill. Funeral Mass In Most Holy Name Church on Mon. at 9:30 a.m. MALINARIC On Saturday morning, March 19, 1977, Mathew L., beloved husband of Catherine Jene Moffat, of N. Avalon; brother of Nicholas, Joseph, John and Mrs. Anna Farlc, all of Poh. and Anthony Malinaric of Fla. Friends will be received at the lester c. Mcdonald FUNERAL HOME, 529 California Ave.. Avalon. Mass of Christian burial at the Church of the Assumption, Bellevue, on Tuesday morning, at 10 o'clock. MASSI ' On March 17, 1977, Carl C, of Sewlckley, Pa., son of the late Marie and James Massi: father of Carl A., brother of Mrs. Joseph Patterson;, Mrs. Michael Maruca, Mary Notarl-ana, Mrs. Albert Allmena, Anthony J. Massi, James Massi of Los Vegas, Nev. and the late Jennie DeGorl and Anthony Scalerclo. Friends received Saturday and Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 at the DALLAS S. IRVINE FUNERAL HOME, 702 Beaver St., Sewlckley. Mass of Christian burial St. James Church, Sewlckley, Monday morning at 10 o'clock. MASULLO Rose (Faccenda) of Brookllne, 'on Thurs., Mar. 17, 1977; beloved wife of the lata Michael; mother of Louis N. Pier-ro, Phyllis Meti, Rosarlo of Garden Grove, Cel., Michael, Mary Prentice, Dolores Delll-gattl of San Francisco, Cal. and Angelp Masullo; 18 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; sister of Carmen of L.I., N.Y. and the late Walter Faccenda. Friends may call at the FRANK F. DeBOR FUNERAL HOME, 105 Brook-line Blvd. Funeral Mon. Mass of Christian Burial at 10:30 am. In the Church of the Resurrection. (Family hours 2-4, 7-9) McBANE On Thursday, March 17, 1977, George, of McKees Rocks; husband of Florence Alcott McBane; father of Carl; also five grandchildren' brother of Mathilda Nagel. Friends received at MCDERMOTT FUNERAL HOME, 1225 Chartlers Ave.. Mcscees Rocks, from 2-4 4 7-9 p.m. Mass of the Christian Burial will be held In St. Francis deSales Church on Monday, Mrch 21, Li a.m. 001 Death Notices McCaffrey Wilbert J., on Thurs., Mar. 17, 1977- beloved brother of Mrs. Winifred McNerney, Gerald, Vincent and Peul McCettrey. Visitation 2-4 & 7-9 daily at the JOSEPH M. McAVOY FUNERAL HOME, 1700 Forbes Ave. Mass ot Christian Burial In Epiphany Church Mon. at 10 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. . , McNALLY March 13, 1977, In a local Las Vegas hospital, where she resided for the last seven years; born In Pgh. May 30, 1905, 71 yrs. old, survived by her hueband, James E. McNally of Las Vegas and son, James E. McNally Jr., Las Vegas and grandchildren, Jamie M. McNally, Karen McNally and Christina McNally. Services were held weos. rmarcn 10, ai 91. vi tor's Catholic Church, 10 a.m. ntflrtH hv Father Williams. Interment Palm Memorial Park, Laa vegas. . MEANOR Laura, of Locust Drive, Moon I WD., on rnoav,. vwtn 10, 1977; wife ot Harold E. Meaner; mother of Mary Udvarl, uiny viB'iun, nam, mm - tire and Harold (Bud) Meanor; also nine grandchildren. Fami ly will receive friends 12-4 and 7-9 p.m. Sunday and 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Monday at the COPELAND CORAOPOLIS FUNERAL HOME, 867 Fifth Ave., where services will be held on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. MILINOVITCH On Thurs., Mar. 17, 1977. Peter P.; beloved husband ot Anna Vukson; father of Mrs. Margaret Ceh; also five grandchildren. Friends received 2-4 t, 7-9 p.m. at the THOMAS P. KUNSAK FUNERAL HOME, 3552 California Ave. at Davis Ave. Funeral Mass In St. Cyril of Alexandria Church on Mon. at 10 a.m. . , MULROY On Thurs., Mar.' 17, 1977, Oonald E. (Wlckv) of t Pgh. beloved husband of Carol Reeder; father of M Lisa and Kevin; brother of Roselalne (Lady) and Dennis; uncle of Yvonne, Renee and Kim Mulroy and Scott and Greg Far-ren. Friends may call at the PATRICK T. a MICHAEL A. LANIGAN FUNERAL HOME, 700 Linden Ave., E. Pgh. Mass of Christian Burial St. William Church on Mon., at 10 a.m. MURRAY Mrs.. Edna M., age 83, on Frl., March 18, 1977, in Poh. Friends received 2-4 and 7-9 Sun. at the KASHER-KENNE-OY FUNERAL HOME, Cres-son, Pa. Mass of Christian Burial 11:30 a.m. Mon. In St. Aloyslus Church, Cresson. Interment In church cemetery. MURRAY . On Thurs., Mar. 17, 1977, Joseph M.; beloved husband of Grace Server Murray of Ems-worth; father of Raymond of Coreopolis, Wallace of Hopewell Twp. and Joseph Murray of North Side, Pgh, Mrs. Grace Clark of Reserve Twp. and James Murray at home; also survived by seven grandchildren. Friends will be received from 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. at the LESTER C. MCDONALD FUNERAL HOME, 529 Callfor-nla Ave., Avalon, where services will be held on Mon. at 12 o'clock noon. NAGY On Saturday, March 19, 1977, Julia, of Hawkins Ave.. West Mifflin, . member of Rosary Society, St. Margaret Church, wife of the late Frank N. Sr.; mother of four daughters, Mary Fuzak. Helen Verbanlck, both of West Mifflin, Julia Provenzano of Pgh., Olga Zisak, of New Jersey, four sons, Frank Jr, Stephen (Pip), John, William, all of West Mifflin .and the late Joseph Nagv: 13 orandchlldren: 17 great-grandchildren. Friends received at JOSEPH A. PRO-KOPOVITSH FUNERAL HOME, 431 Ninth Ave.. Munhall. Vkl. rations Sunday 8, Monday, 2-4 ana r-v. r-unerai Mass on Tuesdav. 10 a.m. St. tAututrtA Church, Homestead. NEEB On Frl., Mar. 18, 1977, Esther Wainwrlght Neeb; wife of the late Harry A. Neeb Jr.; sister of Lee Wainwrlght of Dallas, wrldtlt Jr.. Elizabeth W. Per kins, Susan W. Frfesell and Gall W. Tseckares. Friends received at h. samson. inc., 537 Neville St. (Oakland Civic Center) Sat. 7-9 i, Sun. 2-4 4 7-9, where services will be held Mon. afternoon at 2 o'clock. Contributions In memory of Mrs. Neeb may be made to the Heart Fund. NICHY Joseph, on Thurs., Mar. 17. 1977, of Brentwood; beloved husband of Margaret Saunders Nlehy; father of Linda Urbaniak, Joseph. Jeffrey, Cynthia, Martin. Mlchele, uiegury ana wiiiiam mtnY, son of Pauline Nichy; also survived by three brothers and three sisters. Friends received at the JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, 4201 Brownsville Rd, Brent-wood, Sat. & Sun. from 2-4 p.m. & 7-9 p.m. Funeral on Mon., morning at 9:30 o'clock. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Sylvester Church at 10 o'clock. NICODEMUS On Saturday, March 19. 1977, Walter B. Sr., of R.D. 6, New Castle; father of James end Robert Nicodemus, Theima Schott. Dorothy McCormlck: also 13 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Friends received at the PYLE-RAIS-LEY FUNERAL HOME, Prospect, Pa, 2-4 and 7-9 Sunday, where services will be hefd Monday at 1:30 p.m. Interment Greenlawn Burial Estates. . NOVOSEL (Neral) On Friday, March 18, 1977, Barbara M, of Rankin, wife of the late Anthony Novosel; beloved mother of Steven Novosel, Anna Colaric, Joseph Novosel, Barbara Kuszal, Frank Novosel and the late John Novosel: sister of the late Joseph Neral; 22 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Mass ot Christian burial, Tuesday, March 22, 1977, 9:30 a.m. In the Visitation of the B.V.M, Church. Friends received at the NICKOLAS A. VLASIC FUNERAL HOME; Rankin, Pa. O'CONNELL On Frl, Mar. 18, J 1977, Thomas J. of Oakland; beloved husband of Rose Sullivan O'Connell; father of Mrs. Francis (Margaret) Lynch, Mrs. Thomas (Elizabeth) Watson, Mrs. Charles (Margaret)-Harper, Mrs. James P. (Rose-marie) Walsh and the late Bonnie O'Connell; also survived bv six grandchildren. Friends will be received at JOHN A. FREYVOGEL SONS, INC., 4900 Centre Ave. at Devonshire St, Sat. i Sun.. 2-4. 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mon. Mass ot Christian Burial in St. Agnes Church ( at 10 a.m. O'KEEFE On Thurs, Mar. 17. 1977, Charlotte E. Murphy; beloved wlte of Joseph P. O'Keefe; mother of Ruth O'Keefe; sister of Theresa Collwood and the late Mary Devine and Catherine Melr. Friends received at McCABE'S. 7204 Thomas Blvd., on Sat. from 7-9 p.m. Sun, 2-4 I 7-9 p.m. Funeral ron Mon. at 9:30 a.m. with Mass of Christian Burial In St. James Church at 10 a.m. PAVLOVICH On Friday, March 18, 1977, Tony, of RD 1, Imperial, PA.; father of S. Jean Macek, Alice Bruce and Jack Pavlovich; brother of Mary Ches-nick and Pete Pavlovich; also surviveo ov seven granocnii- dren. Friends received at the THOMAS LITTLE FUNERAL HOME, Main St, Imperial, where services will be held Monday morning at 1) o'clock. PRAYER On Thursday, March 17, 1977, Nathan, husband ot fhe late Minnie Lee Prayer; grandts-ther of Donald and Wills Miller, Kenneth and Jovcelyn Murray; also other relatives. Friends received at the SAMUEL J. JONES FUNERAL HOME. 2644 Wvlle Ave. Services Monday at 11 a.m. In Ebenezer Baptist Church. PUHALA On Frl, Mar. 18, 1977, Cyril J. of Braddock and Braddock Hills; beloved husband of Helen (Bock); father ot Cyril (C. J.l, Mrs. Patricia Hersko-vltz; brother of Albert, John, Andrew, Leo, Mrs. Mary Agnes Balochko, Clarence, Mrs. Gertrude Matrazzo; one grandson; also nieces and nephews. Friends received at the RAYMOND J. YUHAS FUNERAL HOME, Main 4 Franklin Sts., Bessemer Terrace. Mass of Christian Burial on Mon, 10 a.m., St. Mich-ael's Church, Braddock. Visitation with family 2-4, 7-9 on Sat, 9 a.m. to n. on Sun, 001 Death Notices ' RABIN-' ' ;,--- On Saturday, March W, 1977, at Shadvsldi Hospital, Mary Agnes, daughter of Mrs. Anna Rabin and sister of Hvman Rabin. Friends will be received at JOHN A. FREYVOGEL SONS INC, 4900 Centre Ave. at Devonshire St,-Monday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Tuesday, Mass of Christian burial, St. PaulTs Cathedral at 10 a.m. RANDAZZA ' Vincent (Jimmy), n Friday, March 18, 1977. of Brerrtwpod; iiusuaiiu ur niifl ucnnarTiiiu; father of Vincent,; Christine Joy, Robin Anne -Kandazza; brother of Virginia Mol- yonauo, uoromy tcanoazza, Joseph and Samuel Randazza, Jane Durkoske. Rigoo Randaz za, Patrick Fesfa, Mary Mason, Charles and Mike Festa and tthe late Frank Randazza and Corrine and Louis Festa. Friends received at me john o. o connor FUNERAL HOME, 4744 Clair, .ton Blvd., Rte. 51,' Whitehall. Funeral on Monday at 10:15 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial In the Church of St. Sylvester at U a.m. visitations 3-4 4 7-Lfim- Members of Local 249 Invited. , , :,. . ( RANDLE On Saturday, March 19, 1977, Mildred Hook, sister of Helen Fink and James Hook of Con-nellsvllle; graveside services In the Addison Cemetery, Addison, Pa, on Tues. morning at 11 o'clock. Arrangements by WAPLES FUNERAL HOME ROBINSON Charles B, of 6924 Churchland St, beloved husband of Mrs, Felsle Robinson; father of Anne; brother of Marie Corn, well of Youngstown and Muffle K. Daniels of ' Akron; and a host of nieces and neph and other relatives; Friends received at the SPRIGGS AND WATSON FUNERAL HOME, 720 N. Lang Ave., E.E., where funeral services will be held on Monday at 1 p.m. Interment Homewood Cemetery. (Mri-Robinson was a retired employee of the U.S. Steel works) . , ; RUSSELL On Frl, March 18, 1977, Adelaide McDonnell, formerly of Glenshaw; wife of the late John M. Russell II; mother of Rev. James P. and the late John M. Russell III; sister of William P. McDonnell; sister-in-law of Virginia and Katherj Ine Russell; grandmother of Becky Lynn and Laura Suzanne Russell. Visitation with the family 12 noon until 4 and 7-9 p.m. Sun. at the HENRY C. BOCK FUNERAL HOME,, 1500 Mt. Royal Blvd., Glenshaw.- Services in the Glenshaw Presbyterian Church Mon. afternoon at 2 o'clock. (Memorials msy be made to the church.) SCALO On f T9-.. Kv hursday, March 17, 1977, Frank E. Scalo, In his 68th year; beloved husband of Rose Brill Scalo; father of Shirley Mahoney and Louis Scalo; brother of Angelina Scalo, Minnie Marino, Harry. John. Patsy, Anthony, Albert and Angelo Scalo: also one grandson, Jeffrey; father-in-law of Carol Scalo and Patrick Mahoney. Friends received at the HOWARD A. FARNSWORTH FUNERAL HOME, INC.. 425 Brownsville Rd., Mt. Oliver. Funeral on Monday at 8 a.m. Liturgy In St. Canlce Church at 9 a.m. Interment Jefferson Memorial Park. Visitation with family 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. SCAFFER On Thursday, March 18, 1977, John Walter, aged 49, of Economy Boro, beloved husband of Genevieve Cotton; father of Mrs. John (Janet) Juia, John Walter and Susan Schaffer; brother of Mrs. Dorothy Osborne; also two grandchildren. Friends received at the FITZGERALD AND SYKA FUNERAL HOME, 833 Kennedy Drive, Ambrldge, 7-9 Saturday, 2-4 anf 7-9 Sunday. Funeral Mass of Christian Burial at Our Ladv of Peare Catholic Church, Conway, Pa., on Monday at TO a.m. SCHUETTE On Saturday. March 18, 1977, Fred J.; brother of Charles E. of Detroit; also survived, by nieces and nephews. Funeral from the R. D. SCHELLHAAS FUNERAL HOME, 388 Center Ave, West View, (off Horseshoe Bend) on Tuesday at 1 p.m. Friends Invited. Visitation. wnn tamiiy 2-4 and 7- p.m. SEIBLES Edward E. of 7976 Aber Rd.. Verona, Pa., beloved husband of Mrs. Margie Seibles; father of Pamela, Sharon, Erica, Jerry, Edward, Eric Nicky, Cherry, Perry and Rfchy Seibles; son of Mrs. Geratdlne Johnson. Friends received at the SPRHJSS & WATSON FUNERAL HOME, 720 North Lang Ave., E E., where funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 2 p,nv Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.. ,v , . SEKOWSKI Jhaddeus Ta retiree of the Ittsburgh Post-Office, husband of Joanne Altes; father of Mrs. Kathleen Baldosky, of North Versailles, Francis Sekowski. of Duquesne; seven grandchildren; brother of John Sekowski, Forest Hills, Jack Sekowski, of Level Green. Mrs. Sophia Mihalovlch and Stella sekowski of Forest Hills. Friends received 7-9 Sunday and 2-4 and 7-9 Monday, at M. X SHAUGHNESSY FUNERAL HOME, 27 South 2nd. St., Duquesne. Funeral, 11:15 a.. m. Tuesday, Hoiy Name Church. Interment Holy Name Society. . . , SMITH On Friday. March 18, 1977, Albert L. Smith: beloved husband of Alice Egerton Smith; father of Beverly Osenskl. Janet Girdwood; brother of Irvln Smith, Ruth Danner and Virginia Neelv; also survived bv nine grandchildren and one great-grandson. Friends received at Wm. SLATER & SONS, INC., Va. Ave. At Kearsarge St., Mt. Washington, where a service will be held Monday, March 21, at 1 p.m, Visitation 2-4 I. 7-9 p.m. SMOLA' . On Friday, March 18, ,1977, Helen M. of N.S, wife of the late Frank H,' mother of Francis F, Mrs. Marie Wolf-son, Mrs. Marcella Klem and the late George Smola and Dorothy Stanislaus; sister ot Marcella Neurohr: also ten grandchildren and 12 great- randchildren- Funeral from le H. J. SCHELLHAAS FUNERAL HOME, 707 East St, N.S, on Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial from St. Mary Church at 10 a.m. Members of Christian Mothers and friends Invited. Visitation with family 2-4 anc 7-9. SMYRNIOTIS . On Frl, Mar. 18, 1977, Fofc (Thea); wife of the late Mlltor G. Smyrniotis; sister of Loul! G. Zacharoooulos of Poh. three nephews, Nicholas P Demas, George P. Demas anc George L. Zechary; twt nieces, pena Demas anc -es, yeno uemas enc jrgia Perry. Friends mas at H. SAMSON, INC., S3, 'Hie St. (Oakland Civic oeorgM call at Neville Center) Sat. Jl Sun. 2-4 7- p.m. Services Mon. mornlnc at 11 o'clock In St. Nichols: greek Orthodox Cathedral, S Nhrldoe St. Interment St Nicholas Cemetery, Wllklns burg. STANDER On Thursday, March 17, 1977 Charles G.; beloved husbanc of Bertha Dlettlnger Standei of Avalon; father of Mrs. George (Charlene) Durnont, Mrs. Jerome (Judy) Heinauer, both of Ross Twp, Kenneth L. Stander of Murrysvllle, Pa.; brother of Edward J. of Dormont and Raymond F.t of Castle Shannon; also survived by seven grandchildren. Friends received Friday 7-9, Saturday 2-4 i 7-9, Sunday 12 noon-3 and 7-9 p.m. In the ORION C. PINKERTON FUNERAL HOME INC.. 1014 California Ave, Avalon (North Boros). Funeral ,Vws In the Church of ttte Assumption, Monday mce'nlng- at 10 O'clock. - STEINHAUSER S. H. (SI), age W, of Bav Harbor Islands, Fl, on March 18, 1977. A newspaperman all his active life, he was one of the first and foremost radio and TV critics and columnists In the ; country with the Pgh. Press. He was one of the earliest and hardest working members of the Variety Clubs, being a member of Tent No. 1. He was Instrunen-tal In supporting the Milk Pnnrf nrlue a forerunner of telethons. He was honored by the Institute of the Blind for his untiring work In their behalf. He Is survived bv his wife, Nettle, son Charles, daughter Nanette, daughter In law Betty, son In law 8ud Mayer,- grandchildren Fred, Jonls, Charles, Harriet, Larry, Rlkl, Bob, Rob, and great-grendson Taro. There wlil be graveside services at Lakeside Memorial Park, at 2 p.m. on Sun, March . 20. Arrange-ments locally by THE RIVERSIDE, Miami Beach, Fl. 001 Death Notice TAYLOR On Thursday,' March 17, 1977, wlte of the fate Leonel; mother of Warren M, Leonel I. Jr. of wpodsfleld, Ohio and Robert E. of Chester, West vir. glnia, Mrs. Bettv Lou Macara of Mt. Lebanon; sister of Phyllis Ann Ulbel of Deerfleld Beach, Florida and George vvagnar or unranntng, fa., also survived by seven grand, eh Idren four orAt.nrjinilrhll. dren. Friends received at the I aClklUAIICB 1 CAU .-iV muKiuAKi, oi west LiDer tv Ave., from 2.4 ft. 7.9 nm where services will be held on nnonoev at i p.m. inter-merit Mt. Lebanon Cemetery. TAYI.OR Miss Ruth M aoe a. ot 1, Uniontown, on Friday, marcn ie, tvr, in me union-town Hospital, at 10 P.m. em- iwwii nwunai, ai IV employe of Peoples National Gas Co, Pgh, survived by a sis- 'gn, survived by a sis-Mrs. Steve (Dorothy) teo Mr Ralhall, e ills IHor brother, Harold (Horse) Toy- ill. v-araouoiii inn . vi, fiicwi gnu lUTinwwa Friends will be received Sunday and MOndav. In the ED. lor; also nieces and nephews. WARD E. MINERD FUNERAL HOME, 196 West Main St. Unlontown. Services -Tues. 11 a.m. Interment Sylvan Heights lemercry. THOMAS Stanley J, of McKees Rocks, found at Mlddleport, pnlo, on March 15, 1977: Husband of Catherine Hill Thomas; father of Robert and Juliann; brother of Steiia -y-ybsuskas, Mary Mem, ano Aoena MCirosKey, Friends received at McDER. MOTT FUNERAL HOME, 122S Chartlers Ave., McKees Rocks, on Sunday from noon until 9 p.m. Moss . ot the Christian Burial will be held in M. Mary s Lnurcn, on won- nay, wann 41,. m j -mi TROIAN On Sat.. March 19, 1977, Elmer H., df Shaler Twp.; lus-band of JoseDhlne Tano: fa- ther of Sylvia Troian; uncle of Robert Tano; brother of Bruno ano Kaymono irotan. t-amiiy will receive friends 24 and 7-9, p.m. at the WALTER M. HEALY FUNERAL HOME, 425 Grant Ave., Mlllvale. Fuenral Mass In St. Anns Church on Tues., marcn u, ar iu a.m. tybusch r On Saturday, March 19, 1977, Katherine Betcher Stevens, .write of the late Fred .Tybusch, of 229 Clalrmont Ave, West View; mother of Harry w tu.ns' lister of Clarence Betcher; also survived by five gronocnitaren aim u pic?'' nrnrirhilrirn. Fr ends race v id 2-4 and 7-9, at the H. P. BRANDT FUNERAL HOME INC, iujz Kerry nwy, ren rysvllle. Time of service later, VRCIC Jennie, on Friday, March- 18, 1977, beloved wife of fhe late Ellia Vccic; mother of Ann Clarke, Anthony Vrclc. Sara Grzywna,- Dolores Molen, Patricia Reioer and Marian Mitchell; sister of Maroaret viano, aiso nurviveo oy 13 granocmioren ano lour greaT-arandehlldren. Friends receiv ed at the WINTER FUNERAL HOME, (RF. Winter Dir.) 4730 Friendship Ave. Funeral on Monday at 9 a.m. Mass of Christian burial, St. Nicholas murcn, easi unio ot. iu a.m. WACHULSKI Afrrimin4mj ' run .' taaia-fk It .1977, John Francis Wachulsk( of the S:S.t beloved son of Eugene and Bernlce (Stiller) Wachulski: brother of Barbara Ann and Eugenia Frances vvecnuisKi, grenoson or Mrs. Soohie WachulMti. Friends re. celved in the" HARRY A. OLECHOWICZ FUNERAL HOME, 18th 1 Ja Sts, S.S. Funeral Tuesday morning: 9 o'clock. Mass 'of Christian burial, St. Peters Church, 10 a.m. Visitations ; noon til 9 P.m. v . WALDE , ' An Thura AA ate 17 1017 edelaide C. , . .(formerly of pper St. Clair) survived by nieces and nephews. Friends receivea &T me l otiNnAU ER & SON CO. MORTUARY. 2630 West Liberty Ave. 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. , Mass of Christian Burial on Mon7 16:30 a.m. at ar. uouise ae Menuat Lnurcn. WAI2''-''v--:-c.V'V On Friday, March 1, 1977, George E, husband of Agatha C. Walz; father of Barbara Bouceic ana wierv Arm waiz; brother of Edward1, Wall, Friends received at the JOHN F. MURRAY FUNERAL HOME, Butler at Sind. Sts. Mass Of the Reniirrrtinn In St. Kieran Church,. Tuesdav 12 noon. Family requests memorial - corrrr ounons f oe maoe to me Heart f-und.. WARENSKI i On Saturday, ' March 19, at I remon, new jersey; reier (Fly), husband of Mary Barko-vlch; father of Peter Paul and Theresa, warenski; brother of Victoria Robinson, Frank and Stanley Warenski and Helen Maley. Burial In Trenton, New WHEELER March 5, 1977, In- Tahiti; son of the late Louise Wheeler; neDhew of Lillian Schraa. Ber tha Miller, Catherine Stewart, ana uriTuoe wooer i rnenas received Sunday and Monday at the WINTER FUNERAL HOME, R.F. Winter Dir., 4730 rrienasnip ve. runerai xrv Ices on Tuesday at 11 a.m. . ZOEFFEL On ThllrAU MprK 17 .art Louise, of Penn Hills, beloved wife of the late Harry W. Friends will be received ' at the WILLIAM F. GROSS FUNERAL HOME, 11735 Frankstown Rd. (at Rodl Rd.) ii i L u ,J wiibiw services win uv neiu on nnonoay at I a.m. Visitations Sunday, 7-1 p.m. .. I 004 In Memoriara In memory of my' beloved daughter, . JUDY HIGGINBO- imam, one year mar. 19. The ache In my .heart wont go we imsi ang wve ner more each day. Sadly missed py momer, cnnoren ano tamiiy. LAWLESS, ANN M.-ln loving memorv Of ouc dear mother ano granamomer, wno passca away 24 years ago today, March 20, 1953. Sadly missed by her - daughters and granocniigrcn. LORETTA J. RAPP-ln loving memory or my wire , ana our mother who passed on 13 years ago today Mar. 20, 1964. Though years, are passing bv, your kindness and happy ways will always remain with us. Your love for us and others will never die. Sadly missed by nusoang, cniioren ano sister. MAGNONE, VIRGINIA-Hai Birthday Mum. There's a II word called "Mother" and It touchea every heart with a ten derness and beauty that for her is set apart. Of all I the mothers ever known, fhe most precious munw was my own. rrom Fred, Anna Marie and granoennoren 007 Mon.-Cemetery ALLEG. CO. MEM. PK.-to settle estate. 3 plots, e graves ea. sijv per ui sale. 731-867T, ALLEGHENY Cemetery-Temple of Memories, (4) crypts, alcove loc. Write P.O. Box 536, Moundsvllle, W.Va., 26041 JEFFERSON MEMORIAL 4 IOTS. 34J-216I. . . Jefferson Mem-Garden of the wen, a adjoining lots, Z7i-ie?3 MT. LEB. CEMETERY 2 grave lor, pnvarciy owneu, v-ail re I 1 iv, maw TWO (1-2) soaces-Lot 19C, Gar- den of Ruth, Forest Lawn Gar dens, peters wo. wasn. la. Write Mrs. W.R. Wilson 313 S 2nd sr. mean, ny 14w 010 Lost and Feund BEAGLECOCKER SPANIEL- Lost, black wwhlte patch on chest, 40 lbs. tan collar, re- wara, wiimns i wp. i-nwj BRITTANY SPANIEL-Lost. Sq. Hiw aree. newaro. aii-srar BRITTANY SPANIEL Male, Red cnoke couar. Lost aq. nm. xci CALICO CAT LOST Lge female, white with goM B black, named ' Winkle". Highland Park area, (award. 161- 4537. CAT Blue Point Siamese lost sRoss Two, Berkeley Hills ec. Kewarq. joo-o. DACHSHUND Reddish- brown. long-neireo miniature, nr. Beechwood ft Forbes. Reward. nureo wiiniaiur. 421-6434. FOUND Collie, fem., S. Side. Misses Owner. 566-7533. . " GLASSES Mens, bifocals In case, Downtown Frl. 221-7)80. KEY CASE-Lost brown.2kays uaKiano-yviw wjijt evens. POODLE-Whlte. . Nds. haircut. Crarton-NODiesrown area, aany Mon. morn. 921-7209. PRAYER CARD-leather case, signed Gen. Patten, lost biwn. fc. cna-iJwrrrwn. urijq. RETRIEVER golden, red, Jason, IOST in rox mapot srea.Kewaro. 247-3047. 7S1-VJ4U, 303-flHr SIAMESE CAT-Lost. Sherrv. blue point rem, r-enwmar area, HerbstRd. Reward. 331-4447. TERRIER Sm. reddish, ans. fo "Frlskv". Mlsslno Brook-line area, j-n. Lniioreni per, jr 4jyr. WRISTWATCH-Lost Blarney -tone Rest, lent, value, rowarg. 71-0455. .011 Share A Ride RIDE NEEDED to McKeesport, mornings, 311-7652. 018 Bulletin Board BEEF SIDES 78c LB. Cut while you wait McKees ttooxy rroviston jji-rezv. 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