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001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices 24 Pittsburgh Press, Nov. 4, 1975 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices 001 Death Notices LATEST DEATHS PREVIOUS DEATHS Obituaries VITAL STATISTICS MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS STANICH-STUART Donold 61 2 Edwin McKees- Dort; Pomelo Box 407, Mononoahela. CASEY-WIRL John 321 Kamboch Laura 311 Shadvhill Rood. HOPKINS-DRISH David 409 Ault North Versailles; Marianne, 101 Sandra Court, North Versailles. ROLLISONOLMINSKI Martin North Ploinfield, N.J.; Susan North Ploinfield. N.J. GLADKOWSKI-McCLURE Jan 918 Zimmer Lane. Greenock; Georaeiean 319 Benchoff Elizabeth. GRISERHIRTENFELDER Robert 162 Pearl St Wilma 5269 Dresden Wav. SLEZAKLEGNINE Andrew 29i Clifton Noreen, 4 Seldon Plare. VISCUSIZAFFORA James 102 Ivv Road; Antoinette, 149! Parkview Drive, Allison Pork. RONALLO-THOMAS Donald 1224 Rebecca North Braddock; Beverly 1106 Franklin North Braddock. JOHNSON-OVERTON Kenneth, 2061 Bentlev Drive; Shir-lev 516 Holmes St. TOMINOBUBENHEIM John 117 Dover Lane, West Mifflin; Linda 197 Uooer Heckmon Road, North Versailles. FRANTZ-CORSO Robert, 501 Charlotte Drive; Anna 956 Beaver Grade Road, CoraoDolls. KITCHEN-ORSULAK Fred 7420 Park Karen 1 0 2 7 Edward North Versailles. MORRISPERENYI Joseoh 415 Sewicklev Greensburg; Laurel 23 Danvers LATWINSROKA Thomas, 204 5 8th Margaret, 5264 Natrona Wav. BROWN-BELCHER Anthony 0., 1700 Rlnowalt Sherry 1700 Rlnowalt St. CLAYPOOLE-ARNOLD Dennis 1617 Freeport Road, Arnold; Debra 128 Warren Drive, New Kensington. STRACK-GARDNER John, 1642 LaSalle Adrienne Alan Clifford, City Broker, Dies At 84 Alan G. Clifford, vice president of A. E. Masten and securities brokerage, died Sunday in Shadyside Hospital. Mr. Clifford, 84, of 401 Shady Shadyside, was a veteran of both world wars, serving in the Navy the first time and the Army Air Corps the second. He entered the brokerage business in the 1920s and worked with several companies before joining a partnership with Masten in 1951. Surviving are two brothers, Fredrick C. and George and two stepchildren. Friends will be received from 1 to 2 p.m. tomorrow in Third Presbyterian Church Chapel, Fifth and S. Negley avenues, Oakland, where services will be at 2. Arrangements are being handled by H. Samson, 53 7 N. Neville Oakland. Burial will be in Allegheny Cemetery, Lawrenceville. The family requests memorials to Shadyside Hospital or Third Presbyterian Church. John D. Beattie Services for former Pittsburgh resident John DeWitt Beattie who died in Akstinas, Anthony Azinger, August C. Beattie, John DeWitt Beckert, Robert J. Carroll, Honora Clifford, Alan G. Dechek, John Dornburg, Julia A. Fedorchak, Steve Fisher, Thomas Gavigan, Marie L. Grejda, Walter Heid, Charlee F. Imgrund, Otto Kish, William Krajcwski, Victoria J. Liszewski, Frank W. Lozik, Peter Manning, Hugh V. Masterson, Marian E. McClintock, William L. McNabb, Anna A. -Medved, Helen Morgano, Catherine Purcclli, James H. Razpotnik, Joeeph J. Riley, Teresa (Tess) Rodjak, Joseph J. Saboerky, Stella (Sabulsky) Samples, Hattie E. Schaffner, Elizabeth Sears, Murrill Short, Mary Swan, Mary F. Watkins, Thomas A. Weixel, Mary Audrey Widovitz, Mary Williamson, Jack E. VVinwood, William E. Woodburn, Harold G. Yackovich. Frank 001 Death Notices AKSTINAS Anthony, on Nov. 1, 1975, in Gardens, Cat (formerly a resident of Castle Shannon). He was a mechanic lor TWA for 33 years. Survived by his wife, Agnes; also two sons and tour daughters, all of one sister and two brothers out of state and one brother, Clifford Austin of Pgh. Funeral services on Wed. at 9 a.m. in Gardena, Cal. Burial in All Souis Cemetery, Long Beach, Cal. Arrangements by MCMILLAN MORTUARY, Gardena, Cal. ALLEBRAND Ol Patterson South Hills, on Sunday, November 2, 1975, Viola Allebrand, in her 68th year; beloved sister of Mrs. Ned Carmichael of Hawaii, Mrs. Harold Diamond of Wexford, George A. Jr. of Winchester, and Robert N. Allebrand of Mt. Lebanon. Friends received at the HOWARD A. FARNSWORTH FUNERAL HOME, 425 Brownsville Mt. Oliver. Funeral- services on Wednesday at I p.m. Visitations with the family 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. AMES On Saturday, Nov. 1, 1975, L. Manilla, beloved daughter of the late John and Sarah Spence (Ames); sister of the late John Ames, Lillian Haines and Margaret Martin; beloved aunt of John R. (Jack) Martin. Friends received at the L. BEINHAUER SON CO. MORTUARY, 2630 W. Liberty 2-4, 7-9 Monday Tuesday. Service Wednesday at II a.m. AZINGER On Monday, November 3, 1975, August C. (Whitey), husband of Elizabeth Kohihepp; father of Mrs. Elmer (Betty) Jonnet; brother of Mrs. Gertrude Wolf, Mrs. Cecelia Hauber and the late Fred Azinger and Mrs. Mane Meier; also two grandchildren. Friends received 2-4 7-9 at the JOHN A. BRICK-LEY FUNERAL HOME, 7074 Lemington Ave. Funeral on Thursday at 9 a.m. Mass of the Resurrection in Corpus Christi Church, 10 a.m. BALLARD At Sewickley, on Sunday Nov. 2, 1975, S. Chester Ballard of 35P2 Centennial husband of the late Ada Winfree Ballard, father of Heywood Ballard of Detroit, brother of Mrs. Flossie Ruck er, Mrs. Dorothy Lee, Mrs. Sallie Bell, Mrs. Ellen Henley, Mrs. Thelma Sylvester, Mrs. Oney Porter, Mrs, Lucille Blair, Nevin Ballard, Warren Ballard, Mrs. Vernelt Carpenter, also survived by one grandchild. Friends may call at the RICHARD D. COLE FUNERAL HOME, 328 Beaver St Sewickley, where services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Interment Sewtckley Cemetery. There's a Bargain Bonanza in The Press Want Ads every day. To Place Your Want Ad Dial 263-1201 Allebrand, Viola Ames, L. Manilla Ballard, S. Chester Banyas, Joseph Anthony J. Beck, Kathryn A. Cadwallader, Margaret Davison, Perry D. Dopier, Theresa G. Dove, James Fechter, Dorothy E. Gaver, Mary H. Givens, Robert T. Haas (Wark), Minnie Haritos, Peter C. Hilgenbert, Louise M. Johnston, Joseph A. Johnston, Ora Kerstien, Emma H. Kittel, Helen R. Kovacic, Frank Markell, Joseph L. Masters, Anna R. McBride, George L. McClure, Ann Juba McIIale, Anna Metting, Rose M. Owezarzak, Michael Pentecost, Bertha L. Pfab, Catherine A. Potter, Dr. William Shipman, Rose H. Super, Helen V. (Superczynski) Szwajnoweki, Anthony F. (Schenley) Tate, Elizabeth A. Thomas, Elizabeth M. Tonzo, Fortunato Videc, John C. Warren, Okey L. Weinheimer, Norbert H. Yackovich, Frank Zvolensky, Josephine 001 Death Notices BANYAS Joseph A. Banyas of Munhall, on Mon Nov. beloved husband ot Dorotnv uaiton; ra' ther ot Donna and Gary, broth er ot Rose Ann Gneo ana kod ert Banyas. Friends received at tne avudmwvasik GLENN FUNERAL HOME 3501 Main Munhall from 2-4 7-9 p.m. Funeral Mass -on Wed. at 11 a m. in St. Teresa Church, Munhall. Interment st Mary's Cemetery. BARONE Anthony Joseph, on Sunday Nov, 2, 1975, husband of Mary Louise McGlumphy; father of Anita bpma, jean b. Hayn-or, Rav Alvin J. and Antho ny J. Barone; 23 grandchildren and one great-grandchild; brother of Lillian Termine. Friends received at the JOHN D. O'CONNOR FUNERAL HOME, 4744 Clairton Rt. 51, Whitehall. Funeral on Wednesday 9:15 a.m. Mass ot Christian Burial in the Church of St. Elizabeth at 10 a.m Memorial donations may be sent 10 me American uiaoenc Ass'n. on the American Heart 'Ass'n. Vsitation Monday and BECK On Saturday. Nov. 1. 1975, Ka thryn Alcott Beck, wife of the ate asius B. been, ot McKees Rocks; mother of Ka thryn Pirro and William Beck; six grandchildren, two greatgrandchildren; sister of Flor ence ueuue, uiego, iaiir. and Walter Alcott, St. Louis, Mo. Friends received at McDERMOTT FUNERAL HOME, 1225 Chartiers McKees Rocks. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Mary's Church on Wednesday, Nov. 5, at a.m. BEATTIE At Pa on Nov. 1975, Inhn HoWill- huthanH nf Eleanor Eames Beattie; father nf Hauiri Dchnrna Doittia anH Suzanne DeCray, three grand- tniiuren. uidvesiur sei yplcj will be held in Allegheny Cemetery, Nov. 5, at 11 a AAamnrial cnruiCAC uuill ha held in Phila. Nov. 7, at 11 a ai ine uveroroo rres-byterian Church, City Line and Lancaster Ave Arrangements H. SAMSON, INC. BECKERT On Nov. 3, 1975, Robert J. of Berkeley Hills; husband ol Betty France, father of Rob ert jr and bruce, son ot Mrs. Rose Beckert and the late Walter brother of Howard M. Funeral from the D. SCHELLHAAS FUNERAL HOME, 388 Center Ave. (off Horseshoe Bend), West View, on Thurs. at II a.m. Member of North Hills Lodge No. 716 F.S, A.M., Penna. Consistory and Syria Temple. Family requests memorials be made to Berkeley Hills Lutheran Church or a charitv of vour choice. Visitation with family Z-4 7-9. Odd fir.i ITjJL AMERICA IT ROM THK BEllINNINd imz Ave. BEDDINGFIELD-GREENE Allen L-, 7611 Bennett Marv 734! Bennett St. REICHENRERG-SEDAKA Harry 1118 Beechwood Stephanie 1166 Beechwood Court. GREGORY-RICH Georae 202 North 35th Philadel- ohia; Prlscilla 7180 Brighton Road. SANTAGU I DO-MYERS Anthony 206 S. Braddock A Pntricia A 4 4 9 McKnipht Circle. DeLEO-KING John 601 Robin Wood Drive; Patricia 3123 Weinbell Ave. MATEUSIAK-JOYCE Stanley 7840 Mark Drive; Renee, 360 Orin St. ALEXANOER.JONES Oscar 1009 Hill Augusta Hill Ave. KEMP-FELTY Paul 3015 East Hnrdles Road. Glbsonln; Joyce 720 Melrose Hnrrlthura. MEYERS-FENNER Conrad 121 Stratford Grace 121 Stratford Ave. BOWERTRAYNOR William 5702 Mifflin Road; Mary A. 4X7 30th McKeesoort. WRIGHT-WILSON Leander Honolulu, Violet Honolulu, Ho. CAFFAROO-KELLER Arthur 341 Orchard Place; Mary B. 7409 St. LOWE-KANTORSKI Randall 147 Greenlev Drive, for-aoDolis; Patricia 1517 Kenneth Arnold. HOLTMAN-FLAHERTY Richard 205 South Linda 114 Mavtlde St. KARLOVICH-MORRIDA John 2297 Jacob Lvnn 76 McMtchnel Road, Carneaie. TURKAS-RAMSEY Paul 1544 Hnrlow Dorothy 262 Steuben St. WHISNERGLOZZER James 15 A Creek Road, MrKees Rocks: Shlrlev, 1 5 A Creek Road, McKees Rocks. DIVORCES FILED COLDITZ Denlse Rae against James Allvn. SCOTT Charles J. against Helen F. GADDARD Jannet against H. Lawrence. FILLEY Douglas A. against Brenda. ZINN William H. against Clara M. PUZIO Jean B. against Thomns D. DOTCHIN Dorothy A. against Guv. FREELAND Ann against Charles P. Gwendolyn F. naninst Thomas W. JOYCE Alicia J. against Michael J. SCHEETZ William against Florence S. CLASSIC Harriet A. against losenh W. Jr. ARTUSO Marv against Vln- rent R. LEWIS Claris J. against Rnrrv A. STEVENS Annette W. against Stanley. BURKHARR Debbie against David E. SMALL Norma J. against Svivester. BOTKIN Patricia J. against Robert C. KOBUS Anthony C. against Loretta. ROMANO Erma B. against Edmund J. BRICKER James H. against Undo A. ISRAEL Jock G. against Janet. DEL FRATE Christina J. against Frank J. DIVORCES GRANTED JANIEC John from Maria Schuster. MILLER Virginia from Clarence. TAYLOR Robert from Patty. MASON Audrev from John. McGUIGAN David A. from Bev. HAUN Sondro from Lance. BARBIERI Georgeann from JoseDh P. WATSON Paulette from Odell A. Jr. BROWN Eunice T. from Richard E. RUTLEOGE Joon from James. CANNELLA Marv B. from Anthony J. MOSSER Judith from Robert. SCAGLINE Nancy from Joseoh D. RORERTS Jon from Chervl. BISHNEY Susan from Jules. Dl BUCCI Carol A. from Joseoh Jr, BROWN Rhonda L. from Jack. SCHMETZER Betty Lou from Robert. LIPINSKI Melva Jean from Dennis. WATERS Cynthia from Lewis. A I. I Bernlce from George. DAVIS Barbara L. from Carle S. BROSKY Paul S. from Diane R. Weinheimer; tatner of Joan E. of San Anselmo, California and William P. Weinheimer of Goldsboro, brother ot the late Alberta A. Weinheimer; also one granddaughter, Elizabeth Ann weinheimer. Friends received at the JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOMtt. 4201 Brownsville Road, Brl-wood, Monday and Tuesdm Irom 2-4 and 7-9 pm. Funar on Wednesday morning at 9 30 o'clock Mass of Christian ui-at in St. Basil Church at 10 clock. WEIXEL On Nov. 4, 1975, Mary Audrey Slaven; wife of Louis V. Weixel of Glenellen McCandless; mother of Mary Lou Glassburn, Jean and James Thomas Weixel; also survived by two grandchildren. Friends will be received at the H.P. BRANDT FUNERAL HOME, 1032 Perry Hgy Perrysville. Tima of service later. WIDOVITZ Mary, on Nov. 4, 1975, beloved mother ot Mrs. Stella C. Smiley, Mrs. Helen Sopko of Paul Widdoes of Mich, and Peter Wldowitt; also survived by eight grandchildren and one great-grandson. Visitation af the CIESLAK TATKO FUNERAL HOME, 7935 Brownsville on 12-9 m. Private funeral services. WILLIAMSON Jack suddenly on Nov. 1, 1975, in Pembroke, Canada, of 9 Eastview Plum Boro; beloved husband of Nlta; father of Wayne, the late Wade, and Warren. Friends will be received at the HAROLD R. ROTH FUNERAL HOME, 7450 Salts-burg Rd. (at Universal Rd.) Penn Hills, on Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Services on Thursday at a.m. from the funeral home. Interment Plum Creek Cemetery. WOODBURN Harold of Munhall, on Sunday Nov. 2, 1975, beloved husband ot the late Ida Sossman Woodburn; lalher of John H. Woodburn; father in law of Elhel Harris Woodburn; grand- -lather of Ida G. and Harold W. Woodburn all of Munhall. Brother ot Brother George of the Sacred Heart, N.J. and Mrs. Mary Coombs of McKeesport; also surviving are neices and nephews. Friends are being received at the R. V. ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME 806 West St. Homestead, where services will be held on Wednesday at 2 p.m. YACKOVICH Suddenly on Sunday morning, Nov. 2, 1975, Frank Yackovich, beloved husband of Wanda Yackovich; father of Mark F. Yackovich; brother ot Joseph Yackovich, Helen Henninger, Ann Clifford, Margaret Danih-er and the late Mary Sauer. Friends are being received at McCABE BROTHERS INC. FUNERAL HOME, 5300 Penn East End, between the hours ot 2-4 and 7-9 p.m Funeral Wednesday Nov. 5, 1975- at a m. Mass of Christian burial in St. Augustine Church at 10 a.m. ZVOLENSKY On Sunday Nov, 2, 1975, Josephine, of North Braddock, wife ot the late John; mother of John, of West Stephen, Mary Ann Peticca, also 10 grandchildren and 2 greatgrandchildren. Friends will be received at the ALBERT G. LESKO FUNERAL HOME, Bell 8. Jones North Braddock. Mass of Christian Burial al St. Michael Church, Wednesday Nov. 5 at 9 a.m. Family visitations 2-4 and 7-9. 004 In Memoriam In loving memory of MADELINE MAFFEO who passed away Nov. 3, 1972 Deep in my heart a memory is kept, to love and to cherish and never forget. Sadly missed oy motner, josepnint LaFace. K)8 Clubs COUPLES CLUB-Cltopatra't Swinging Hideway. 465-VDUU 010 Lost and Found CAT-lost, black, male, South Park REWARD 655-4220. COLLIE-lost SO.HillHomesttad area. Like Lassie. Called Bonnie. REWARD, 34 1-5702. ENGLISH POINTER Female. White oranne ticks. Lost in vi cinity ol Walkers Mill. Was wear ing red collar. Large Kewara. 279-3526. 276-3927 after 6 D.m., 922-1205 FOUND blk. long haired kitten, wwht. wearing flea collar. vie. of Darlington 9, treacon. ill- wib. IRISH SETTER-lost Wilkins Twp brn. collar, Oct. 30, 824- 5963 MIXED BREED Solid black, lost 10-20-75 in East Liberty area, nr. Rippey "Prince" 441-6474. NECKLACE Lost at Trolley bar-Marriott Inn, Sun. night, sentimental value, reward, 922- 1B65 OLD-English Sheepdog, lost male, 11 mos missing 5 clipped, Garfield, means alot, please return, reward, 351-1719. lost Shadyside, area. ans. to Gold black, white cross on chest. Reward. 361-6098 WATCH ladies Longines, gold, diamond studded Lost Mt. Leb. Shops. Reward 563-5615. WEDDING RING SET Lost BloomlicldSt. Paul Cath. area. Sat eve Gen. reward. 681-9096 afternoons. PERSON-Who called about keys charge plate Please call again tot rcwaro. FOUND Germ. young, black male, gd, desposition, Brentwood area, will give to gooo nome am-ftii FOUND Sm bk male dog, red ham. Scottv face. Bald. -Ml. Leb 561-8136 ANIMAL CARE 8, WELFARE- Lists lost found pets. 12:15 daily, over radio station IJ6U. WlXi 12) DOGS-found. Biaelow Blvd. Overlook, inseparable, 381-4552, aft. 6. 020 Personal ABORTION Alternatives-Need ght, 6211988 Pgh ALONE AND PREGNANT? Need help? For confidential-caring friend, call LIFELINE, Pgh. area, 341-3322. Butler arta, 221-1200. Free Pregnancy Testing BOTHERED Lonelv? Dcoress- c-d? Contact Standby, 782-4023, 24 hrs. DES OF-desolale. Prayino vour rapid recovery. Can I help? Ou psi vous a presenir tr, cnes vous, T'Aime. D. I love and need vou very much, Jan FREE Pregnancy Tests. Results are confidential available the same day. For inform, con tact Women Health Services, Inc 5621900. FREE PREGNANCY TEST-9-5, Mon. While you wait. Confidential counseling. Alleghany Women's Center. For info. 342- 2920. FREE PREGNANCY TESTS Strictly conlidenlial, same day results. Mon. 9-5. Allegheny Kupruuucnve neaiin Lemer. 661-8811 HAPPY ANNIVERSARY Angel. rorever Miways. HAPPY BIRTHDAY VIVIAN-With Love, Al 8, the kids. I BELIEVE I understand everything now and I am very, very, y. I B. You are the dearest most mportant Ihino in mv life. Love Forever, Pam. R.F.W -Rinn 1 19 rarati vuilh cut diamond each side, yellow cast, not perfect, old cut, lost I-17-70, vicinity Stanton Farra-guf, E. Liberty, Paper on strike st time. Please contact, my nopes are nign. Kress Box x-908. WHITE DOVE-I will love you always. A. 021 Business Personals AA BODY TONINC-Complttt jrvn.g. ma naqos, j-qu; A CHATHAM Health Sd Visif- S2 75. Swim, gym, track, sauna, steam, weights. S20 S35 2- mos. six; i yr. stou. can Nate Kaufman, 391-5000 ALL BODY TONING treatments available. Relaxation, 487-7917 ALL EXCEPTIONALLY SPE- CIAL PEOPLE'S CLUB 468-9965 ALWAYS BEST body toning. Pri- inflioiicn. wi-Twf ARE YOU SINGLE, DIVORCED OR WIDOWED? Want to meet, trjiunl JL,A rjiesr can J4n-4qvj. AUTHENTIC GEISHA BATH Enjoy sauna exercise whirlpool body toning. Private showers In every room. Plush, air-conditioned Downtown, Pittsburgh, 641 Lioeny ve. GEMINI SPA 391-3919 391-7654 BARBI now at Scandinavian Spa 771-7780. BASS PLAYER-Versalile, auditions Nov 10th nth. Call eves. Bill, 434-7066. BEST SOCIETY Dance Band 431-6500; 521-3377. 537 Neville St. (Oakland Civic Center). Tues. Wed. 3-5 7-9 Rm Funeral services In St. icholas Greek Orthodox Cathodal, Oithridge Thurs. morning at II o'clock. Contributions in memory of Mr. Haritos may be made to the St. Nicholas Community Center Building Fund. HEID On Nov. 1, 1975, Charles F. Heid of Penn Hills son ot Mr. and Mrs. George E. Heid; brother ot Mary Jane Oavis, David and Robert E. Heid. Friends may call Wed 2-4 7-9 p.m. at the LEONARD P. BURKET FUNERAL HOME, 421 Allegheny Oakmont, where services will be held on Thurs. at II a.m. HILGENBERG Louise M. Herrmann, on Sunday, November 2, beloved wife of William R. Hilgenberg; sister of Rose Greenwald, Marie Davis and Betty Wolf. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Monday at MAURICE L. KNEE Center at South, Wilk. (parking on premises) Services on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. (Family hours 2-4 and 7-) IMGRUND On Nov. 2, 1975, Otto, formerly of Millvale, husband of Otillia Breitenbach; father of Robert and Edward; also two grandchildren. Private services where held at the PFEIFER FUNERAL HOME, 512 Grant Mi vale on Tuesday at 1 pm, JOHNSTON On Saturday, Nov. 1, 1975, Joseph formerly of Lawrenceville, husband of Helen A. (Po-gesky) Johnston; brother of late Edith Damski; also survived by several nieces and Funeral from the VERNER G. LUTZ FUNERAL (formerly Henninger), .4635 Butler on Wednesday, Nov. at 1 p.m. Visitations 2-4 4 7-9 m. JOHNSTON On Sunday, Nov. 2, 1975, Ora (Boots) Johnston, of Crafton; mother of Gary; sister of Eleanor Waldron, Dorothy Anderson, Dolores Leasure, Melva Zeeb. Lucille Craft, Floyd, Edward and Melvin Johnston and Steven Craft. Friends received at McDERMOTT FUNERAL HOME, 1225 Chartiers McKees Rocks. Services on Wednesday, Nov. at 11:30 a.m. KERSTIEN On Sunday Nov. 2, 1975, Emma wile of the late Albert J. Kerstien; mother of Helen Marchione, also 3 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Family will receive friends from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the CHARLES T. GRIFFIN FUNERAL HOME, 4520 Penn Ave. Funeral Wednesday at 11 with funeral mass in St. Augustine Church at 12 noon. KISH Unexpectedly, at Sewickley, on Nov. 2, 1975, William Kish; husband of Elizabeth Czik Kish of D. 4, Sewickley, father of Mrs. Barbara Ann Hamlin and Mrs. Kathleen Burkert, both of Sewickley; brother ot Louis and Ernest Kish of Gary, also survived by four grandchildren. Family will receive friends between the hours of 2-4 7-9 m. in the RICHARD D. COLE FUNERAL HOME, 371 Beaver Sewickley. Mass ot the Resurrection in St. James Catholic Church on Wed. morning at 10 o'clock. Interment St. James Cemetery, KITTEL On Saturday, Nov. 1, 1975, at 4 Helen Rose Kittel, nee Se-sock, age 65 years, wife of Rudolph H. Kittel; mother of Patricia Martin, Anthony Prlscilla Colleen March and the late Fredrick; also six firandchitdren. Sister of Caro-yn Yaccino, Rose Neyman, Steven Damph, Edward Sever-in, Richard Sesock, Mary Jayne Hoffman and Alice Westbrook. Friends and members of Temple Baptist Church may call from 2-4 and 7-9 at the WILLIAM C. HIRT FUNERAL HOME, 704 Brownsville Road, at Alice. Services at II am. KOVACIC On Nov. 2, 1975, Frank irhttrruV holnuaH n( DeAugustine, Sandra vveriman, iviicnaei ana we iaie Marilyn Mikesell, also four grandchildren. Friends received 2-4 8. 7-9 at the THOMAS P. KUNSAK FUNERAL HOME, 3552 California Ave. at Davis where services will be held on Wed. at 10 a.m. KRAJEWSKI Of Sharpsburg, on Victoria J. (Kaszuba), wife of Sigmund; mother of Victoria L. and Andrew S. Kraiewski; sister of Walter Kastuba and Mary Buchewicz, also one grandchild Fnends received at the EUGENE N. WORRELL FUNERAL HOME, 820 Main Sharpsburg. Funeral Mass Friday morning at 10 am. in St. John Cantius Church. Parish rosary 8: 15 Thursday evening. KUROVVSKI (Oskie) On Saturday, November 1, ivs, t-rancis, ot the south Hills; son of the late Hedwig and Jacob Friends received the HARRY A. OLECHOWICZ FUNERAL HOME, ISth and James Mreets. 5 s. Funera Wednesday mornina at 9 o- clock. Mass ot the Resurrec tion at St. Josaphats Church at 10 a.m., visitation 12 noon to 9 p.m. LISZEWSKI On Nov. 2, 1975, Frank husband of the late Anna Ciesinski and brother of Josephine Bielecki of Phila. Funer al on Thurs. at 9 a.m. from the ALBERT F. BOREK FUNERAL HOME, 249 Main Lawrenceville. Funeral Mass at 10 a.m. in Holy Family Church Visitations Tues. 7-9 p.m. Wed. 12-9 p.m. LOZIK On Monday, November 3, 1975, peter Lozik of McKees rocks. son of Mrs. Marv Salak Lozik and the late Gregory Lozik; brother of Mrs. Anasta-sia Smith, Ann, Helen, Mrs. Mary Novoselski and the late John. Friends received from 17 noon-9 at the VALERIAN F. SZAL FUNERAL HOME, 238 Helen St McKees Rocks. Funeral, Thursday, November 6 at 8:30 a.m. Services in St. Mary's Ukranian Church at 9 a m. Parastas, Wednesday at 7 p.m. MANNING On Monday, November 3, 1975, nugn nusDand ot Gertrude Beerman; father of Ravmond and Geraldine Reed; two grandchildren. Brother of Ma-zell Martin and Mattrhew. Friends are invited to call from 7 4 and 7-9 at the LEO J. HENNFY FIIMFBAI UOMP 323 Second Carnegie. Funeral Thursday with Mass of Christian Burial in St. Luke's Church at 9 30. MARKELL On Sunday, Nov. 2, 1975, Joseph of Broadway, East McKeesport, beloved husband of Rose Flood Markell; father of Mary Ida, Mrs. Bernadette Karp and John brother of Charles Marked; also survived by four grandchildren. Friends received at the LOUtS W. FEIT FUNERAL HOME, 1119 Broadway, East McKeesport. Mass of Resurrection at St. Robert Bellarmine C. Church Wednesday at 10 a.m. MASTERS On Nov. 2, 1975, Anna mother of Helen Freda J. Masters, Mildred M. Kramer and Paul James Masters; also survived by one grandchild, Marianna Friends received at the ALBERT J. BRUSCO FUNERAL HOME, 214 Virginia Mt. Wash. Funeral Mass Annunciation Church, Nor wood 11 a.m. MASTERSON On Nov. 4, Marian beloved sister of John (Bud) Masterson, Mrs. Jean Den-holm and Mrs. AI (Frances) Cat ley, niece of Mrs. Anne Schubert, also survived by many nieces and nephews and grandnieces and grandneph-ews. Friends received at (he PAUL E. VON GEIS FUNERAL HOME, Center at Wallace Wilkinsburg. Mass of Christian unai in St. James Church on Fri. at II a.m. (BRIDE On Saturday Nov. 1, 1975, George of Dormont, husband of Anna M. Griffin McBride; father of Susan Rakl-ecz, Christine, Maureen and Katherine Sims and Joyce McBride; brother of Rev. Robert McBride; grandfather of April Lynn Sims. Friends re- ceivea ine ixMTviuitu BRUSCO FUNERAL HOME, Broadway at Shiras Beechview. 2-4 and 7-9 m. Mass of Christian burial in St. Pius Church on Wednesday at 11 a.m. McCLINTOCK At Shadyside Hospital, on Nov. 3, 1975, William husband of Gertrude McClintock of Si gel, Pa. (for merly ot tne Norm mmis Area); tatner Mrs. jean Mueuer. Mrs. Ruth Kuny, Earl and Jerry McClintock; also sur- brother ot Richard, Floyd and Fred McClintock. Friends received at the P. BRANDT FUNERAL HOME, 1032 Perry Perrysville, where services will be held on Thurs. afternoon at 1:30 0 clock. iMcCLURE bn Nov. 2, 197S, of W. Homestead, Ann Juba; beloved wife of Joseoh McClure; moth er ot Patrick Michael and Joseph Timothy McClure; sister of Mrs. Irene Qulnn, Walter 'Juba and the late Mary Ridge ang reier juua. rncnu win be received alter 7o m. Mon. at JOHN A. FREYVOGEL SONS, 4900 Centre Ave at Devonshire St. Funeral Thurs. Mass ot Christian Burial in St. Teresa Church (Mun-tall), at II a.m. jMcHALE i Suddenly on Saturday Nov. 1, i 197 S. Anna MrHalnf Pah. wife of the late Robert (Red) McHale; mother of Robert iMcHale and James A. McHale both of Pah. sister of Mrs. E. Burkhardt, Mrs. L. Shilton and Joseph Yonchek all of i Mrs. W. Holman of Har-Insburg and Mrs. P. Kuchar of ILos Angeles, also by 8 grandchildren. Friends may call Monday, 7-9 p.m. and Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 m. nt H. SAMSON INC. 537 Neville SI. (Oakland Civic Center) Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday morning at 10 o'- at at. Agnes tainong Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. iMcNABB Anna A. (Tonk), at her home, 437 W. 9th Tarentum, on Mon. morning at 9 a.m.; wife ol Robert W. McNabb; daugh- Iter of Mrs. Charles F. Tonk. Friends are being received in the ALBERT H. OUSTER FUNERAL HOME, 347 E. 10th Tarentum. A Mass of rhrlctian Rurial will mln- 'brated on Thurs. morning at 10 a.m. in sacrea Mean ai. Peter R.C. Church, Tarentum. Interment Sacred Heart Cemetery, Tarentum. Mrs. McNabb 'was a graduate of Mercy Hospital School ot Nursing and was associated with Dr. Thorpe of Oakland for many years. MEDVED On Nov. 2, Mary of 17 Main Slovan, mother of Helen Kriska of McKees Rocks, Juliette Rlzzi of Rye, N.Y. and Marguerite Sarraci-na of Burgettstown; sister of Anna Yalaca, Barbara Ko-linski, Margaret Gallick and Steve Gallick; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Friends received at the LEE FUNERAL HOME, Burgettstown, where a Blessina service will be held Thurs. at ID a.m. METTING On Sunday Nov. 2, 1975, Rose McCann Metting, formerly of Arlington widow of Henry D. Metting; beloved mother of Henry Gerald (Jerry) and Mrs. Maureen Smith, also 3 grandchildren; sister of Mrs. Clare O'Shea, Robert and James McCann. Friends received at the FUNERAL HOME OF JAMES J. BARRY 608 Warrington Ave. Funeral on Wednesday Nov. 5 at 9 m. with funeral mass in St. George Church at 10 a.m. "MORGANO on Nov. 3, Catherine (nee DelCampo); beloved wife ol Joseph; moth-r ot Bernardine Gallippi, Cor-rine Katonak and Joseph P. Morgano; sister of Virginia Mazzola, Josephine Esposito, Esther Calcagno, Mary Gian-nakos, Jennie Corvino and Anlhony Del Campo, also five grandchildren. Friends will be received at the MICHAEL F. DeROSA MORTUARY, Paulson Ave. at Winslow St. until Fri. at 10 a m. Mass of Christian at Our Lady Help of Christians Church at 10 30 a.m. Visitations 2-4 8, 7-9 p.m. OWCZARZAK Michael (Mike), of S.S., suddenly on Sunday, November 2, 1975, husband of the late Martha Kusnierwska Owezarzak; father of Jerome A. of West-boro, Clara Kochts, Edwin, Dolores Rail, Norbert, Joann Prusiewski and the late Bernard and Arthur Owezarzak; also survived by twelve grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. Friends received at the GEORGE A. PHILLIPS FUNERAL HOME, 81 S. ISth South Side. Funeral Thursday at 9 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial St. Josaphat's Church at 10 a.m, PENTECOST On Nov. 2, 1975, Bertha L. Puhl; beloved wife of the lafe Dorsey D. Pentecost ot N.S.; mother ol Charles J. Pentecost. Friends received from 2-4 7-9 at 1he G.S. SIMONS FUNERAL HOME, 2025 Perrysville Ave. Funeral on Wed. morning at 9 30 o'clock. High Mass ol Christian Burial in the Annunciation Church at 10 o'clock. PEPPERDAY On Saturday Nov. 1, 1975, Erma E. Pepperday of Wilkinsburg, wife of the late Edwin W. Pepperday; mother of Edwin sister of Miss Emma Evans and Mrs. Alice Hammerstrom of Penn Hills Friends received at the ROBERT E. WOLFE MEMORIAL, 925 Franklin Ave. (at Coal St Wilkinsburg after noon Sunday, where services will be held Tuesday at It a.m. Family visitations from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. PFAB Catherine on Nov. 1, 1975: wife ot the late Anthony, aunt of Louis, Robert and John Gerstbrein, Barbara Camesi, Andrew, Ralph, Regis, Thelma and Mercedes Pappert, Friends received 2-4 7-9 p.m. at the WINTER FUNERAL HOMB, R. F. Winter, 4730 Friendship Ave. Funeral on Wed. at 9 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial in St, Joseph Church at 10 a.m. POTTER Dr. William M. on Sunday Nov. 2, 1975, beloved husband of Alice EnDean Potter, brother of Vida P. Sullivan, Nick G. and James T. Potter. Friends may call after 7pm Monday at MAURICE L. KNEE Center at South, Wilks. (parking on premises) Services on Wednesday morning at II o'clock. (Family hours 2-4 and 7-9 Memorial remembrances may be sent to the Charily of your choice. PURCELLI On Nov, 3, 1975, James ot Brookline, beloved husband of Ann (Cochin); father of Mrs. Jo Ann R. Sypherd; brother of Nick, Ralph, Clara, Mrs. Mary Capozzi, Mrs. Loretta Billota and Mrs. Edith Kaufmann; also survived by three grandchildren Friends received at the L. BEINHAUER SON CO. MORTUARY, 2630 West Liberty 2-4 7-9 p.m. Tues. i Wed. Time of services later. RAZPOTNIK Joseph John, suddenly on Nov. 2, 1975, of Moon Run; beloved husband of Mary Potkul Razpotnik; father of Rose Marie Mlay and Kathleen Roycroft, brother ot Mary Likar, Pete Ross, Angeline Pintar, Ursula Knouse and Frank Razpotnik, also three grandchildren Friends received at the JOSEPH M. SOMMA FUNERAL HOME, Rt. 60, Steu-benville Pike, Moon Run, Robinson Twp. Funeral Mass in Holy Trinity Church on Wed. at 9:30 a.m. RILEY On Saturday, Nov. 1, 1975, Teresa (Tess), formerly of Pgh wife of the late Dr. Frank R. Riley; mother of the late King Riley; sister of Mrs. Regis Ferrick, also survived by three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Friends received at the L. BEINHAUER a SON CO. MORTUARY, 2630 Liberty Wednesday from 2-9. Blessing service Thursday, 10 a m. Interment in Calvary Cemetery. RODJAK On Sun Nov. 2, 1975, Joseph J. of Penn Hills; beloved husband of Margaret (nee Plentovich); father ot David J. Rodiak and brother ot Mrs. Mary Gospo-daric. Friends will be received at the WILLIAM F. GROSS FUNERAL HOME, II7JS Frankstown Rd. lat Rodi Rd Penn Hills. Funeral Thurs. at 9 30 a m. Mass of Christian Burial In St. Bartholomew Church at 10 a.m. Family requests visitation 2-4 7-9 p.m. SABOERKY (Sabulsky) Stella, on Monday, Nov 3, 1975, widow ol John; mother of Katherine, Peter and Michael Sabulsky; two grandchildren. Friends received at the DAVID O'CONNOR FUNERAL HOME, 5106 Second Ave, Hazelwood Mass of Christian Burial Thursday 10 a m. in the Church ol St. Stephen. Visitation 2 4 and 7-9 p.m. CADWALLADER On Saturday. Novemher 1 1975, Margaret Brown, beloved wife of the latt Kenneth K. laawanader; mother of John ano i nomas cadwallader, Hel len Mannino. Maraaret Quail Otto. Marv Lou Mioliorato. Patricia Faggiolli and Joan vtcwuiuan; Twenty one grandchildren and seventeen great Sister ol homas Brown. Friends received at McCABE BROS. INC. FUNERAL HOME, 5300 Penn East End, on Monday and Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. r-unerai on Nov. 5, 1975, at 8 30 am. Mass ot Christian Burial at Our Lady Help of Christians Church at 9:30 am. CARROLL Mrs. Honora, of 934 West Pike Houston, formerly of Bridgeville, on wife of John sister of James of Bridgeville, Mrs. Mary Kush, Mrs. Eileen Voye; also survived by tour daughters ana tnree sons, enenas received 2-4 7-9 Tues. and Wed at the SPEAKMAN FUNERAL HOME, Houston, Pa. Mass of Christian Burial on Thurs. at 10 a.m. In Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal nneaoowianas. CLIFFORD On Nov. 1975, Alan Grayson, husband of the late Margaret Farrell Clifford, brother of Fredrick C. and George E. Clifford. Friends may call at the Third Pres byterian Lnurcn cnapet, Mn Negley, Nov. 5, from 1 until 2 o.m. when services wil be held. Interment private. If desired, memorials may be made to Shadyside Hospital or Third Presbyterian Church. Arrangements H. SAMSON, DAVISON On Sunday, Nov. 1975, Perry Dean age 73, ot Adams Township, husband ot Frances Choura; father ot Mrs. Dean R. (Marv Belle) IcMillen of Evans City; also survived by four grandchildren. Friends ana mempers ot jonn t. Mayer Lodge 729 F. A. M. received from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the McDONALD-AEBERLI FUNERAL HOME Mars, Pa. Services on Wednesday at 11 a.m. Family request Memorial Contributions may be made to St. Johns Lutheran Home, Mars, Pa. or The Faith Baptist Church, Mars, Pa 16046 DECHEK Suddenly on Nov. 2, 1975, John Dechek formerly nf uoi. delburg, -brother of Thomas uecncn; uncle ot Thomas Friends received from 10 a to 2 p.m. Wed. at the LEE runcKAL hume, Burgetts-town. Graveside services on Wed. at 3 p.m. in St. Ignatius Cemetery, Scott Twp. DOPLER Theresa aoe 47, of 246 La- Rue Drive, Moon Township, on bunaay, Novemoer ivs, oe loved wife of Arthur moth' er of Terri, Paul, Maryanne, Beth, Edward, Daniel, Joyce and Karen Dopier; daughter of Stella C. O'Donnell; sister of Ann O'Connor, Mary Stella Tatangelo, Eileen Cnecchio, r-rances oannwane ana ur John H. Donneil. The family will receive friends 2-4 and 7-9 Monday and Tuesday at tne CUP ELAND MUUN TOWN SHIP FUNERAL HOME, 98) Broadhead Road. Funeral Mass at St. Margaret Mary Church, Wednesday at 10 am. If desired, memorials in her name to the St. Joseph Ture for rne m. louis, MO. or the American Cancer society win be appreciated. dornburg' Julia on Nov. 3, 1975, in Olean, NY (formerly of wife of Mllford Dornburg; sister of Mrs. Stella Schlegel of Pgh. and Alfred Bauer of Stuart, also several nieces and nephews. Friends win be received at tne hal-WIG FUNERAL HOME. 117 Hamilton Olean, N.Y. from 2-4 7-9 p.m. Tues. Funeral services on Nov. 5, at 1:30 p.m. at the funeral home. Interment in Mt. View Cemetery, Olean, N.Y. Family requests contributions to the charity of your choice. DOVE On Sunday Nov. 2, 1975, James, of East McKeesoort, formerly of N. Braddock, husband of the late Hazel Dove, father of Raymond, Eugene and Mrs. Ruth Lott, brofner ot Mrs. Doris Miller, Miss Anna May and John Dove, also 7 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren. Friends and members of The First Christian Church of Braddock, received at the WM. E. ELKIN MORTUARY, 4th St. N. Braddock, where services will be held Wednesday at 1 p.m. Family hours 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Family requests contributions to tne First Christian Church of Braddock. FECHTER On Saturday, Nov. 1, 1975, Dorothy E. Ritz, of Lake Latonka, formerly of Glen-shaw; wife of Charles Fecht er; sister of Emma M. Fugger and Charles L. Ritz. Visitation with the family 2-4 7-9 p.m. at HENRY C. BOCK FUNERAL HOME, 1500 Mt. Royal Glenshaw, where services will be held on Wednesday, afternoon at 1 o' clock. FEDORCHAK On Monday, November 3, 1975, Steve, beloved husband of the late Mary Jane; dear friend of Martha Kukla, also survived by nieces and nephews. Friends received 2-4 7-9 p.m. at the THOMAS P. KUNSAK FUNERAL HOME, 3552 California Ave. at Davis Ave. Di vine Liturgy at Holy Ghost Byzantine Catholic Church on Thursday at 9:30 a.m. Paras-tas, Wednesday, i p.m. FISHER Thomas, formerly of 643 Leno- ra Street, beloved brother of Mrs. Maraaret James; uncle of Joseph, Dewey, Georae and Harold Fisher and Mrs. Margaret Fitts, also a host of other relatives. Fnends received at the SPRIGGS A WATSON FUNERAL HOME, 720 North Lang E.E., where funeral services will be held on Friday at 11 am. Interment Allegheny Cemetery. GAVER Mary on Sunday, November 2, 1975, of 697 Roosevelt wife of the late Charles H. Gaver; mother of Harry A. Go-theridge, Mrs. Edith M. Christy and Earl W. Gaver; randmotner ot James and oan Christy Friends received at the HENRY L. BETCHER JR. FUNERAL HOME, 633 California Avalon, where services wi be held on Tues day evening at 8 p.m. Funeral Wednesday at 11 a.m. Memorials may be made to the charity of your choice. GAVIGAN Marie on Nov. 1975, at Los Angeles; daughter of tne late wary nenry ana James J. Gavioan; sister of Winifred F. and James J. Gavigan and the late Rev. Henry Patrick Gavigan. Mass of Christian Burial in the Church of St. Stephen on Wed. at 10 a m. GIVENS On Sunday, Nov. 2, 1975, Robert of Allison Park, former ly ot Lawrenceville, husband of Dons May Rubert; father of Robert, Cindy and Dean Givens; son of Julia Flaherty and the late George A. Givens, brother of George uonaio wuiiam a Kicnara Martin and Charles Givens. Funeral from the VERNER G. LUTZ FUNERAL HOME (formerly Henmnger), 4635 Butler on Wednesday, Nov. 5, at I a.m. Allegheny County Rifle Club and friends invited. GREJDA On Monday, November 3, 1975, Walter (Eddie) Greida, father of Mrs. Theresa Camposecco, Mrs. Dorothy Schillaci, Mrs. Eileen Daggetf and Thomas J. Greida, brother ot Mrs Helen Visk, Mrs Stella Fadrowski, John and Stanley Greida, also nine grandchildren. Friends received 2-4 and 7-9 at the ANTHONY J. SUFAK FUNER AL HOME, 3509 Penn Avenue. Funeral Mass in Holy Family Church on Thursday at 11 am. HAAS (WARK) On Sunday, Nov. 2, 1975, Minnie Anderson Haas Wark, of Tall Timber Allison Park, formerly of Asoinwall, wife of the late J. Matt Haas; mother ot JacK M. Haas ot Phoenix, Arizona and Robert Haas of Allison park; also survived by six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The family is receiving friends 2-4 and 7-9 m. at the H. BLAINE WEODELL FUNERAL HOME, 100 Center Aspin-wall where services will be eld Wednesday Afternoon at 1 'clock. Eastern Star Service Monday evening at I o'clock. HARITOS On Sun Nov. 2, 1975, at the residence of his nephew and tece, Paul stanos and vasihki oromvokis, Peter c. Haritos; father of John and William and randfather ol Peter C. Hari- os all of Greece Friends re ceived at H. SAMSON, SAMPLES On Nov. 3, 1975, Haiti E. of the North Side; wife ot the late William C. Samples; mother of Mrs. Virginia Klemm, Mary Jane Samples and Edwin C. Samples; seven grandchildren, II great-grandchildren. Family requests visitation between (he hours of 2-4 S7 p.m. at the NORMAN G. EARD FUNERAL HOME, 4047 Perrysville S. IServices on Thurs. morning at III a.m. SCHAFFNER Elizabeth R.P. On Nov. 1975, at the Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, after a long Illness, Elizabeth (Pat) Schaffner; beloved wife of Capt Leslie J. Schaffner, MSC, U.S.N.; devoted mother of Ensign Leslie J. U.S.N, Michael Oale A. and Brett L. Schaffner; she also leaves to mourn her toss two sisters and four brothers, Anthony B. Daley, F. Eugene Daley and Mercecdes D. Schardt of Pa Timothy A Daley of Love-land, Michael R. Daley ot Rancho Cordovo, Cal Mary M. Frey of Danville, one daughter-in-law, Susan Folk Schaffner; also survived by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Recitation ot the Rosary at 1:30 m. Tues Nov. 4, at the MURPHY FUNERAL HOME ARLINGTON, 4510 Wilson Arlington, Va. Funeral Mass at 9:45 Nov. 5, at the Fori Meyer Chapel. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. Family requests memorial contributions be made to the charity ol your choice. SCOTT On November 3, 1975, Katherine West, of Crafton, wife of the late Winfield mother ot Wintield G. Jr. of Severna Park, MO. and Mrs. Katherine S. Cumming, sister of Mrs. Dorothy W. Snyder; also five grandchildren Friends may call at the JAMES A. LAMB JR. FUNERAL HOME, 165 Noble Ave Crafton, from 7-9 Tuesday and 2-4 and 7-9 Weds. Services Thurs. 11 am. SEARS On Nov. 2, 1975, Murrill ol Braddock; husband of the lale Anna Davis Sears; father of Ronald; brother of Frances, Sadie and Raymond Sears all of Michigan City, also three grandchildren. Friends received 2-4 7-9 at the RONALD V. LUCAS FUNERAL HOME, 445 4lh Braddock Funeral on Nov. 6, at 9 a m. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Brendan Church at 9:30 a.m. SHIPMAN On Saturday, November 1, 1975, Rose Helen Grasinger, of Plum Boro. Mrs. Shipman was chosen Foster Mother of the Year in the late 1950 having taken care of over 100 orphaned children until they were placed in homes for adoption. Wife of the lale Joseph Shipman; mother of Susan Regina (Robert) Haynes, Mrs. Rose Mary (Frank) Hall, Joseph, James and Rev. George Shipman, sister of Mrs. Clara Boost; 19 grandchildren and 13 greatgrandchildren. Friends received at the PAUL R. ELKIN FUNERAL HOME, 2300 Leech-burg N. Bessemer, Penn Hills. Funeral Wednesday at 9 a m. Mass ol Resurrection Irom St. John the Baptist Church, Unity, at 10 a.m. Family hours 2-4 and 7-9. Interment Plum Creek Cemetery. SHORT On Monday Nov. 3, 1975, Mary (Jupinko) of Oakdale, formerly of Sheraden; survived by her husband James, a daughter, Mrs. Joanne Yingling and a son, James E. a sister, Mrs. Anna Pirilla and a brother, John Jupinko and 4 grandchildren. Funeral services at the H. L. SPEER FUNERAL HOME 2927 Chartiers Ave, Sheraden, on Thursday at 11 a m. Visitations Tuesday 7-9 and Wednesday, 2-4 and 7-9. SUPER zynski) (Superc- Formerly of Magazine St. Carnegie, Helen on Sunday Nov. 2, 1975, survived by neices and nephews and great-neiccs and nephews. Friends received beginning 1 p.m. Monday at the A. STAAB SONS FUNERAL HOME, 900 Chartiers Ave. W. E. Mass ot Christian Burial in Guardian Angels Church on Wednesday Nov. 5 at 1(1 a.m. SWAN On Nov. 2, 1975, Mary F. Swan (formerly of the Penna, half-sister of Franklin and Clifford E. Swan of Oconomowac, Wis. Services and interment private. Arrangements by H. SAMSON, INC. SZWAJNOWSK1 (Schenley) On Saturday, November 1, 1975, Anthony F. (Tony beloved husband of Frances Wis-niewski, father of Mrs. Antoinette Killian, Thomas A Mrs. Kathleen Spagnoletli and Mrs, Francine oalkovec; also four grandchildren, brother of Mrs. Helen McCausland, Walter, Alex Szwajnowski. Friends received at the WALTER J. ZALEWSKI FUNERAL HOME, 216 44th on Sunday 7-9 Monday and Tuesday 2-4 and 7- 9 p.m. Funeral on Wednesday at 9 a m. Funeral Mass in SI. Kieran's Church at 10 a.m. TATE Of Mount Lebanon, on Saturday, November 1975, Eliza beth A. (Didden), beloved wife of Adrian Tate; mother of Elizabeth Schroder, Clare Ca-rothers and Robert Tate; sister of Marie Knighton, Clement ueorge, Aioeri ana josepn Didden; also survived by nine Grandchildren. Friends receiv ed at the E. B. LAUGHLIN FUNERAL HOME, 33)0 West Liberty Mt. Lebanon, luesaav i- ana pm. i-uner- dl liturgy in St. Bernard's Church, on Nov 5 at 10 am. It desired, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. THOMAS Nov. 2, 1975, Elizabeth Mary ot iui Brieriy Lane, west Mit-llin; sister of William of West Mifflin, Elmer of Homestead, Herman of West Mifflin, Clarence of Levittown and Clement 01 West Mifllin; Aunt of Mrs. Mary Lucy Baker of McMur-ray, Thomas W. Thomas of West Mifllin and other nieces and nephews. Friends received 2 4 and 7-9 m. at the' GEORGE IRVIN GREEN FUNERAL HOME, 3511 Main St. (Homestead Park), Munhall Funeral Mass will be held St, Aones R. C. Church on Wednesday at 10 a.m. TONZO On Sunday Nov. 2, 1975, (Fred) of Dormont; Fortunato husband of Columbia Gialanella Tonzo; father of Mrs. Daniel Rose) Azzaro of New York and Mrs. Frank (Grace) Garo-talo, foster father of Millie Isenberg, brother of Anthony Tonzo; grandfather ol Daniel and Paul Azzaro, Mary Rose Jones and Kathrvn Cotter. Fnends received ar the RAYMOND J. BRUSCO FUNERAL HOME, Broadway at Shiras Beechview. Funeral Mass in St. Catherine of Siena Church on Wed. at a.m. VIDEC Nov. 1975, John C. of Forest Hills, husband of Margaret Kolar; father of Myrona Meindl, Wayne and janet KowaiSKi ot Aiaoama; son of Mrs. Theresa Hillen, brother of Joseph, wary Porac and Agnes McGuire, also three Grandchildren. Friends will be received flt the, AL BERT G. LcSKO FUNERAL. HOME, Bell Jones Braddock. Mass of Christian Burial in St, Maurice Church, Forest Hills, on Nov. 5, a.m. WARREN Suddenly at the Ohio Valley Hnnilal ber 2, 1975, Okey L. (Bud) Warren, beloved lather ol Ann Teasdale Warren; lalher ol Susan Baenig and Cora Jean Morley, brofner of Margaret (Sissy) Phelps, Lois Kerr, Thelma Pahel and FriwarH Warren; also survived bv a granddaughter. Friends re- rniuaH anCOMiti STOVER FUNERAL HOMEi 534 Island McKees Rocks, Anii 7.0 nm Lodge ,747 f. A M. services Funera services nn Wpdnntriat, at 2 pm. WATKINS Thomas on Nov. 3, W5. ot Baldwin Boro. husband ot Frances Escher; father of Judith Mullaney, Thomas A. Jr. and Timothy Watkins; also survived bv two arandchil- dren, brother of Charles and Earl Watkins. Friends received al the CIESLAK A TATKO FUNERAL HOME, 2935 Brownsville Rd. Funeral on Thurs. al 9 a.m. Mass ol Chris- lan Burial in St. Albert the Great Church at 10 a Family visitations 2-4 7-9 p.m. WEINHEIMER bcrt on Sunday, November 2, 1975, of Carnck, husband of Rosann Ratay Philadelphia last Saturday, will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in the Temple of Memories, Allegheny Cemetery. 1 Mr. Beattie, 7 8 graduated from Carnegie Tech in 1941, and lived in Havertown, near Philadelphia. Prior to his retirement in 1964, Mr. Beattie was campaign director of the Philadelphia Division of the American Cancer Society. He also was treasurer of the National Association of Fund-Raisers, president of the Philadelphia clan of Carnegie Tech, a member of the Delco Chapter barbershop quartet, and a member and elder of Overbrook Presbyterian Church. He was a veteran of World War I. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Eleanor Eames Beattie; a son David and a daughter, Mrs. Suzanne DeCray, all of Philadelphia. Milan Salaya ALIQUIPPA Funeral services for Milan Salaya, a retired steelworker and 55-year local resident, will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow in St. Elijah Serbian Church here. Mr. Salaya, 83, of 1604 Tyler St. here, died Sunday in Sewickley Valley Hospital. Born in Yugoslavia, he served in the U.S. Army during World War I and was -a member of St. Elijah Serbian Church, the American-Serbian Club and the United Steel Workers Local 1211, all of Alqiuippa. Survivng are two sons, Ralph of Huntington Beach, and Milan Jr. of Seal Beach, five daughters, Mrs. Zelma Medich of here, Mrs. Bertha Thomas of Dana Point, Mrs. Nell Mukaios of here, Mrs. Julie Carlson and Sophie Salaya of Seal Beach; and 14 grandchildren. Friends may visit from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Polovina Funeral Home, 21st and McMinn streets, here. A mass will be at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow in St. Elijah Serbian Church, followed by burial at Woodlawn Cemetery, here. Sister Mary Merzler GREENSBURG Sister Mary Hubert Metzler, a member of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, died yesterday at Assumption Hall in this Westmoreland County city. A native of Pittsburgh, Sister Mary, 91, entered the order in 1913. Friends will be received this evening and tomorrow afternoon and evening at Assumption Hall, Mount Thor Road, Greensburg. A mass of Christian burial will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Assumption Chapel here. Burial will be in the Sisters' Cemetery at Seton Hill. August T. Bender VANDERGRIFT -August T. Bender, retired cable-splicer for the General Telephone Co. here, died today in Youngstown, Pa. Mr. Bender, 88, was born in Pittsburgh and lived at 113-B West Adams Vandergrift. He was a veteran of World War and a member of Trinity United Presbyterian Church. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at the Dunmire-Kerr Funeral Home, 244 Franklin Vandergrift, where services will be 11 a.m. Thursday. Burial will be In Union Dale Cemetery, North Side. Will IDS 'V Home Delivery 263-1121 You Don't From fiddles to fowls, the Want Ads continue tn serve American fdmilies when they have something to sell1 It was 'that way the beginning of our country and it remains the same today. If you have items you've been wanting to sell, why not give us a call today' Deaths Elsewhere Julia A. Dornburg, 67, a native of Pittsburgh, in Olean, N.Y. Frank Brookhouser, 63, columnist for the Philadelphia Bulletin and a native of Ford City, Armstrong County, in Philadelphia. Msgr. Vittorio Bartoccetti, 82, deputy chamberlain of the Holy Roman Church, in Vatican City. The Rev. David Francis, 36, formerly of Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland County, yesterday, in Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. Esther Kennedy Schofield, 77, a former resident of Harmony, Butler County, in Little Rock, Ark. Westinghouse Group e-elects President William F. Welsh has been re-elected to a three-year term as president of the Association of Westinghouse Salaried Employes. Ira J. Matthews and Robert McAl-pine were re-elected vice presidents of the organization, which represents 5,000 white-collar employes at Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Allegheny and West- Pay Extra For Delivery Service Of THE PRESS To Your Home CALL 263-1121 "vts HEY, KIDS! Read Johnny Wonder Every Day. Classified Ads Dial 263-1201 When you can't use it, why kep it? Sell it, instead with a Press Want Ad! 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