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C-10 The Pittsburgh Press, Sunday, Feb. 16, 1975 Wheeling Center Start Set For April t i Special To The Pmi WHEELING - Construe tion of a $7.1 million civic center in downtown Wheeling is expected to begin April 1, with the opening scheduled by mid-1976. Bids were opened recently en the complex to be built on the Penn Central and B&O freight yards at 14th and Main streets, and bids came In within the 'projected cost figures. Frank Rodriguez, community facilities director for Wheeling, who will manage the center, said it will be able to handle conventions and meetings. It will also provide 6,500 seats for basketball and 7,500 seats for stage productions. The structure will be located near the riverfront, adjacent the Wharf Parking Building. Another parking garage will be built about a block from the center, he added. Graziano Construction Co. of Pittsburgh had the apparent low bid on general con-truction with $3,685,000. Rffgnar-Benson of Pittsburgh supplied a $336,000 foundation bid. The city of Wheeling will be the owner. i 'altiSrmSWMSm ni n MiiwiMWiniM mi m SALE VACUUM BAGS Sizes fit most mokes and models, High qualify filter paper. 16 OZ. Stanley CLAW HAMMER $3 High carbon steel head with baked enamel finish. 2 511 Dire I 3. 9 SAW HORSE BRACKETS k PAIR Made fo fit new dimension 2 ft. X 4 ft. lumber. Heovy gauge steel. Easy to use. it PLASTIC 4, UPRIGHT BROOM 5; i Si BOWL BRUSH & HOLDER SET 0 SET Decorative holder keeps bowl brush out of sight. Registered Trademark of tm-' it miM j i ii'rtA lu ti r r-1 py, T . ui n ' T 1, i'i 1 1 ,i t Ajai Schneider Associated Hardware Great Southern Shopping Center 821 Warrington Ave. Shoppers Plaza, Rt. 8 Great Butler Mart, Rt.8 Northern Lights Shopping Center Laurel Mall Gary Associated Hardware West Hills Shopping Center 549 Lincoln Ave. Evey Assxiated Hardware 5779 Library Rd. Here's How To Become A Movie Si or J Chris Chae, an author with humor and show business in her blood, is set to charm patrons of the Kaufmann's-P r e s s sponsored Book and Author Dinners Wednesday with her amusing tales. Other authors at the sellout dinner will be Jeb Stuart Magruder. Charles Berlitz, Sumner Elliott and Manuel Smith. For a sneak preview, turn to Press Book Editor Sylvia Sachs' review of "How To Be a Movie Star" on the book page in TODAY'S PRESS Amherst Studies Dorm Alternatives AMHERST, Mass. (UPD-The University of Massachusetts at Amherst is studying alternatives to dormitory residency requirements, according to Chancellor Randoph W. Bromery. Bromery has proposed a universal student resource fee, replacing the current fee paid by dormitory residents only, to meet, as required by law, the debt service on the dorms, campus center and stadium. NOW IN PROGRESSTHESE "IP!!!!! 8 PK. BEEFHIDE STICKS For Your Pet 1 FKGS. 100?S digesfoble 5" POLISHING & SANDING SET Jy !? '. Contains 5'S In. lambswool bonnet, 5 in. flexible backing pad, 5 in. slotted sanding disc & ',4 I n. shank arbor. SAFE-T LIGHT BULBS. -J. i convent 1 onn 1 style jf with long lasting S -' bristles. ' 1 40, 60, 7S and I : J 100 watt bulbs. ; i J ALL PURPOSE STORAGE CHEST $' Appror. 24 in. X 13'S in, X 11 in. in woodgrain. Action Industrips, Inc. Roper's Associated Hardware Noble Manor Shopping Center WE H0H0R MASTER CHARGE AND BANK AMERICARD S, Prath Notices At'KEKM.W rvhert Jonn (Whltev), on Frldov, FeOruorv 14, 195. of Flnevlew: son ot the io'p John end Theresa Ark-ermon; beloved brother ot Josephine. Mrs. t'nv Ho't, Mrs. Margaret Zeiier, John, Joseph and Mrs. Gertruoe lOoas; obo nieces and nenhews. Friends reieived 2-4 rnd 70 . STEPHEN M. BRADY FUNERAL HOME, 920 Cedar Ave. ot Tripoli St., N. S. (across from Allegheny General Hospital'. Funeral services on Mondav at 9 .10 a m. with Mass of Christian Burial In St. Peter's Church at 10 a. in. Members of Arthur J. Leonard Post No. 8v8 cordially Invited. ANDRASKO On Friday, February 14. 1975, Andrew of Kennedy Two ; husband of the late Anna; father of John, Rohert, Bernard, Lowrence. Jean Scott. Jerome and Virginia Zovid-nv. the late Daniel: 14 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Friends received at McOERMOTT FUNERAL HOME, 1225 Chortiers Ave., McKees Rocks. Mass of Christian Burial will be held In St. Make s Church on Monday, Feb. 17, at 9 a. m. BAILEY At New Casfle. Pa., on Thursdov, February u, Marie Lhoto; wife of the late Charles F. Ballev, of 1114 Soring Garden Ave.; sister of Joseph, Frank, Charles, Andrew, Aihert and Ann McDonough. Friends received at the NORMAN L. PAPPERT FUNERAL HOME, 711 Lockhart St. Funeral on Monday with funerdl Masi In St. Mary s Church at 10 a. m. BERNETT On February 1 4 , 1975. Anthony Bernotas. brother of Joseph P. and the late Mrs. Frances Christ, uncle of John Sink and grondnelces. Friends will be received at the ALEXANDER MUSLIN FUNERAL HOME, 1929 E. Carson St. Saturday after l p. m. Mass of the Resurrection In St. Caslmlr' Church Monday at 9 a. m. Interment St. Casimlr Cemetery. BERTOLINA Marin Hankie, of 6M Angela Dr., Greenstvirg (formerly of Irwin), on Friday, Feb. 14, 1975; mother of Mrs. Clora Rellly, Jomes and Paul Bertollnn; sister of Georqe Hankie and Mrs. Stella Bertollno. Friends will be received at the JOSEPH F. OTT FUNERAL HOME, 5th & Oak Sts Irwin, 2-5 and 7-9 p. m. on Sat. and Sun. Mass of Christian Burial will be ottered Monday at 10 a. m. In the Immaculate Conception R. C Church, Irwin. BLACK On Feb. 15, 1975, Grace V., In Florida, formerly of the South Hills, beloved wife of Harold B. Friends received at the L. BEIN-HAUER & SON CO. MORTUARY, J.J0 West Liberty Ave., from 2-4 and 7-9 p. m., bealnnlng Sunday al 7 v m. Time oi service to be announced later. ARE A FEW OF THE MANY beefhide. 001 I wcwixm I " " Elnw's 8 Oz. fS I I CARTRIDGES p GLUE ALL j for I ? o LzEJi I. i Z "24 t Eeonomlcol, durable, White or gray. . :vwfr fc dues popsr wood, cloth w, nd all porous mqer Ur-Ss-r GALLON ,) I -t 1 I,- PAINT THINNER "q ,oj i f Fine quality thinner for paint ond clean-up TELEPHONE CORDS 15 FT. COILED HANDSET EXTENSION CORD ., 25 FT. LINE PHONE EXTENSION CORD Colors: Black, While, U. Beige, Takes only a few minutes ond is a screwdriver, Legal, safe. MASKING TAPE 6 FOff"! 2rOLLs1 Handy 1 In. X in. size. 2 IN. SIZE Wearever ALUMINUM FOIL 4 rolls! The finest foil X 25 ft. long. Banksville Plaza Shopping Center East Hills Shopping Center Eastland Shopping Center Norwin Shopping Center Jrihn J. Funk & Sons 621 East Ohio Street Death Notices BOE1LM On Feb. 15, Angle Orohom, of 309 E. New Costle St., Zelien-oole; mother of James V. Boehm Jr., of Poh. Friends received ot the GLENN KILDOO FUNERAL HOME, Zelienoole, Sunday 2-4 ond . 7-9 and Monday ?-4 ond 7-9. Services Tuesday afternoon ot 1-.10 p. m. Interment Grandview Cemetery, Beaver Foils. BROWN On Saturday. February is. 1975, Mildred Kavhill of Lincoln Avenue. Edgewood, beloved wife of the late Dr. William T. Brown; mother cf Mrs. Mary Ellen Koupe of Ohio ond Patrick W. Brown of New Jersey; also three grandchildren. Friends received ot the THOMAS L. MED FUNERAL HOME, 7441 Washington Street, Swissvole. Moss of Christian Burial ot St. Anselms Church, on Tuesday ot 10 a.m. Family hours 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. BUSHIK At Lake Worth, Flo., on Thursday, Feb. 13, 1975, Matthew M , qge 68, beloved husband of Louise t. Bu-shik; formerly of S. Jackson Ave., Bellevue; father of Eddie Busruk, Harry Miller, Mrs. Dorothy Gurskv, Mrs. Betty Grabowskl and Mrs. Jovce Servlch; son of the lote Theresa ond Andrew Bushlk; brother of Mrs. Marie Fulton, Joseph and Andv Bushnlk; also 15 grond-children and 2 oreat-grandchildren. Friends received 2-4. 7-9 at t h e LAWRENCE T. MILLER FUNERAL HOME, 460 Lincoln Ave., Bellevue. Funerol Moss at the Church of the Assumption on Monday at 9:00 a. m. (Mr. Bushlk was o former employee of Braun Baking Co l CAMIC On Sat., Feb. 15, 197$, Joseph J. Sr., formerly of Rankin, beloved husbond of Helen Brebrle Camic; father of Mrs. Helen Witt, Charles, Joe Jr.; brother of Mary; uncle of Rino, both In Austrolio; olso four grandchildren. Friends received at A. GORICKI FUNERAL HOME, 107 Fourth Ave., Rankin. Funeral on Tues. with blessino services at 9:30 0. m. CAMPBELL Elmer Rov, on Thursday, February, 14, 1975, at Woukesho, Wisconsin, formerly of McKeesport ond Braddock, age 60 years. Beloved husband of Lurlene Campbell nee Hofecker; beloved father of Mrs. Edword C. (Alice) Campbell of pee Waukee, Wisconsin, Mrs. Ray (Jockie) Finney ond Mrs. Harry (Bobbie) Llnrisey both of Valparaiso, Indiana; sort of Mrs. Dru-cilla Campbell of Lot robe, Pa: brother of Mrs. Glenn (Moe) Marks of Latrobe; also survived by eight grandchildren, other relatives ond friends. Masonic funeral rervices Monday ot 1:30 p.m., at the funerol home, conducted by Woukesho Lodge r37 F. & A. M. Interment Prorie Home Cemetery, Waukesha, Wis. Friends mov coll after 4 p.m., on Sunday at CE5ARZ oni ITEMS ON SALE IN THE STORE!! Erairierd 4 .....$275 Moss Green. all you need 1400 $1 RL. made. 12 in. Lincoln Rd. Shopping Center Action Associated Hardware Quaker Village Shopping Center Slanton Action Associated Hardware Meadville Mall Mali. Htiainc mat KIT lip OVAL LAUNDRY BASKET & , Wicker design with closed bottom eliminates dripping,(i" Beaver Valley Mall ua'Mti'fj.'HiLsi Rogers Associated Hardware Lebanon Shops Death Notices & ZINNECKER FUNERAL HOME, 2.:.7 North Moreiand Blvd.. Waukesha. Wisconsin. He was a niem-br of Perry Lodac -9J F & A. M Erie, Po., and Milwaukee Tripoli Shrine. CAMPBELL Suddenly on Thursday, Feb. 1J, 19 5. Sylvia M. (Peggy) Beattv; wife of Richard M. Camnbell Sr. of Bethel Pork, Pa.; mother of Richard M. Jr. ord Mrs. Harold C. (Kothee) Rosenberger Jr. both of Bethel Park; sister of Mrs. Robert (Mary) Sullivan of Beaver, Po. Family will receive friends from 2-4 ond 7-9 p m. Saturday ond Sunday ot the PAUL L. HEN-NEY FUNERAL HOME, 5570 Library Rd , Route 88, Bethel Pork. Pa., where services will be held Monday, Feb. 17, at 11 a. m. CARLSON Of Sdtuate, Mass , suddenly, on Feb. 12, D. Keith, ae 34, of 58 Brook St., (formerly of Irwin, Po ); husband of Joan M. (Cuff), of residence; fother of Misses Tracy L. ond Amie E. Carlson, both of Irwin; son of Donald E. and Doris J. (Cook) Carlson, of Irwin; brother of Mrs. Vondre Mott, of Scotch Plains, N. J.; grandson of Mrs. Alma Cook and Mrs. Nino Carlson, both of Irwin. Memorial services at the North Community Church, Marshfield Hills, Mass., Sunday, Feb. 16, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends respectfully Invited. Interment private. No visiting hours. Family requests contributions be sent In his memory to WGBH-TV Educational Foundation, 125 Western Ave.. Boston, Mass. 02134. Late film producer and studio director for the nationally televised children's program "Zoom" at Channel 2 TV Boston. Arrangement hy ERNEST A RICHARDSON FUNERAL HOME, Scituate, Mass. CARMAZI On Thursday, Feb. 13. 1975, August M., of 1600 No. East 103rd St., Miami Shores, Fla., formerly of Bridgeville, husband of Marie Re-viere; father of Emllle Carmazl. Vlsifino hours from 12 noon-9:00 p. m., however friends will be received from 3-5 and 7-9 (beginning 7:00 p. m. Sundovt at theSAMUEL B. FRYER FUNFRAL HOME, 729 Wnsh'nnton Ave , Bridoevi'le, where MAGNETIC CATCHES (2 perPKG) nni i CAN USE I WANT-ADS MJl i JUST DIAL... VfW I 263-12D1 M For use' on all cabinet drawer, and doors. 42 pc. PLUMBING REPAIR KIT 1 Contains essential items for repairing most home plumbing problems. ioqt. PLASTIC PAIL Textured sturdy plastic with heavy duty handle. Hillcrest Shopping Center Somerset Mall Heights Shopping Center Uniontown Shopping Center Action Associated Hardwan Uniontown Mall iUIIUUUHiMAiii Thompson Associated Hardware Franklin Mall Death Notices Blessino Servlre will be held on Monaov ot 1:00 B. m. CHURCH (McCarthy) Onevleve M., one 60, of KW Eoole Rd., Wovne. Pa., formerly of Jeannette, on Frldov, Fed. 14. ot the Veterans Hoso. ot Ciotv-ville. Pa., survived by her husbond Ret. Army Col. Merton E . Instructor ot Volley Forge Military Acodemv: sister of Thomas R. of Jeonnette. Robert P of Ohio. Euoene A. of Vo., Mrs. Mary Ann Thoinos, Mrs. Gloria Fiteo both of Dravosburg, Mrs. Rose Atlman ond Mrs. Ceclllo Blnokonsky botrt ot Jeonnette. Friends received ot the JOHN V. GRAZIANO FUNFRAL HOME. ?29 No. ?nd St . JeanneHe, 2 4 ond 7-9 o. m. Mass ot the Chrlstlon Burlo) will be celebrated on Tuesday In Socred Heort Church, Jeonnette, ot 9:. TO 0. m. Interment will follow in St. Vincent Cemetery, Latrobe. CIESLICK (Cheslick) On Friday, Februorv 14, Joseoh Clesllck of Esolen, Pah. Pa.: brother of Mrs Margaret Ziernlon?kl, Mrs. Eleanor Sovul-cnok ond the lote Florence Mato-vich. Friends received from 1? noon to 9 B m at the VALERIAN F. SZAL FUNERAL HOME, ?3 Helen St., McKees Rocks. Funeral Mondov. February 17 at 8:30 o. m. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Vincent Di Paul R. C. Church at 9 n. m. CLOSE Stella Estelle L., on frldov, Febru-a r y 14, 1975, of Francisco St., Sheroden; wife of the late Floyd t. Close; mother of Carol Sucevlc, Jeon Best, David Close; sister of Joseoh, Frank ond Elmer Urban, Veronica Duoa, Marie Urban ond Helen Dulfala; also eight grandchildren. Friends received ot the WM. F. CONROY FUNERAL HOME, 2944 Chartlers Ave., Sheraden from 2-4 ond 7-9 o. m. Funeral Mass In St. Mary's HelD of Christians Church, McKees Rocks on Mondoy at 11 a. m. CONNELLY On Sot., Feb. U, 1975, Frlna J. Connelly of Pgh., Pa., sister of Barton Trultt. Friends mov coll Sunday and Monday from 2-4 ond 7-9 p. m. at the LEONARD P. BURKET FUNERAL HOME, 4?1 Allegheny Ave., Oakmont, where services will be held on Tues. at 1 p. m. COWERS E. T. (Bert), oge 75, of M4 105 Avenue North, Nnples, Fla., on Friday, Feu. 14, wile of Cecils ol Naoles; father of Ellene Bracco ol Pittsburgh; brother ot Rev. Bvron B. Conners of Rockford, Pa., Mrs. Elizabeth Cass ot Nodes and Mrs. Mov Berwick ol Meadville, Pa.; 2 grandchildren ond 1 greatoKindchild. Funeral service on Matiday, Feb. 17i at 1-00 0. m. Burial to follow In Naoles Memorial GorrJens. the EARL G. HODGES FUNERAL CHAPEL, 3iM no. Tomiaml Troll, Naoles, Fla. 33940, in, charge ol arrangements. COX On Saturday, February 15, 1975, Morv (Boyan) Cox of Brookllne, wiet of the late Jomes J.; mother of Patricia, Janice, Cathleen James, Thomas ond Nancv; sister of Josephine Covall, Genevive Groome, Ann Evanuck and Mildred Stecko; olso survived by one grandchild, Thomas D. Gront. Friends received at the L. BEIN-HAUER and SONS, CO., MORTUARY, 2630 W. Liberty Ave., 2-4 and 7-9 D. m beginning Sunday. Time of service later. Family suggests contribution be made to the Heort Fund. Services on Monday at 2 o. m. interment Jelter-son-Memorial Park. COYNE On Friday, Februorv 14, 1975, of Oakland, Ellen Coyne Covne; beloved wife of the late Martin J. Covne; mother of Ann Coyne, Sally Covne, Martin J. Covne and the late Mrs. Mory Ellen Latch; sister of Mrs. Margaret Prendergast; also four grandchildren. Friends will be received at JOHN A. FREYVOGEL, INC., 4900 Centre Ave. at Devonshire St. on Sat. & Sun. from 2-4 and 7-9 0. m. Funeral on Mondov. Moss of Chrlstlon Burial In St. Agnes Church at 10 a. m. CRAWFORD On Saturday, Feb. 15. 1975, Harry W. of Millvale, husbond of Helen Kora; father ot William E. Crawford; brother of Glenn and Mrs. Dorothy Nugent; also one orand-chlld. Family reauests no visitations. Private funeral on Monday, Feb. 17. CUSANO On Friday, February 1 4 , 1975, Connie Macrl, of Stowe Two., wife ot Nick Cusano, mother of Christine Florlani and Rosonne, Haluna, sister of Jenny Hall ond Louise Dougherty, also six grandchildren. Friends received ot ANTHONY M. MUSMANNO FUNERAL HOME, 700 Seventh St., McKees Rocks. Funeral Mass In Mother ol Sorrows Church, Monday ot 10:30. a. m. CUSTER On Saturday, Feb. 15, 1975, Etta L. of Brownsville Rd., formerly ot North Side; sister of Irene L. Custer; aunt of Mrs. Bess Ward of North Carolina. Funerol from the H. J. SCHELLHAAS & SON FUNERAL HOME, 707 Eost St., N.S., on Tuesday at 1 p. m. Friends Invited. Visitations 2-4 and 7-9. DANIELS On Frldav morning, Februorv 14, 1975, Frank Daniels; beloved husband of the late Joseohine Mazrottl Daniels; lather ol Nicholas Daniels, Antoinette DiSalvIo, Anne Raimondi, Romeo Doniels of Flo., Dora Haughawout of Pgh. and the lale Amadeo, Jennv, Lydlo Doniels and Leonilda Vlllella; grandfather of Lani Daniels ol Rockville, Md.; also survived bv nine grandchildren and 16 oreat-grandchildren. Friends received ot M c C A B E ' BROS., INC., FUNERAL HOME, 6214 Walnut St., Shadvside, between t h e hours ol 2-4 and 7-9 p. m. Funerol Monday, Feb. 17, 1975, at 9 a. m. Mass of Christian Burial In St. Kieran's Church at 10 0. m. , DARK Roberta A , of 1222 Locust St., Me-Kecsoort, on Feb. 14. beloved mother of Arllne Alexander. Friends received at FREDERICK FUNERAL HOME, 430 Sixth St., Braddock, beginning Sunday 1-9 D.m., Monday 12 noon to 9 o.m., . where luneral will be held at II a m. Tuesday. DeFOREST Edna Johnson DeForest, beloved wile of Harry, ol N. S., on Saturday, Feb. 15, 1975; sister of Del-mar Crawford and Donold Crow-ford The family will received visitors 2-4 ond 7-9 o. m. at the HOME OF WILLIAM F. O'BRIEN, 3724 California at Coooer Aves., N. S. Services Tuesoay, of 1 p. m. DeLANEY Helen Vance, on Feb. 15, 1975, ot Richmond, Va., ol the Greensburg Pike, Wilklns Two., wife of the late James I. Debandy, mother of Dick DeLaney, sister of Harriet Brown, Aunt of Harriet Coburn, olso one grandchild. Friends received after 2 p.m. Monday ot the NEW JOBE FUNERAL HOME, corner ol Shaw & Trlboro Ave. Turtle Creek, where services will be held Tues. at 10 a.m. Forest Hills OES Services Monday 7:30 p.m. DONEHUE On Saturday, Feb. 15, 1975, Joseph D., of McKlnley Ave.; husband of Marlon Crawshaw; father of Joseoh Jr., John, James and Jeffery Donehue; son of Helen Myers; brother of John Donehue and Mrs. Sheila Kissel. Friends received at the ALBERT J. BRUSCO FUNERAL HOME, 214 Virginia Ave., Mt. Washinqton, beginning Sunday eve-nina. Funeral mass In St. Canice Church on Tuesday at 11.30 a.m. Visitations 2-4 and 7-9 p. m. DUFFY On Friday, Frh. 14. 1975, Edward J. of Stanton Hgts.; husband of Ml-chalena Bandyk; father of Margaret Kllllnger of Bethel Pork ond John A. Duffy of Carrick; also five grandchildren; brother of Margaret olvin and Joseoh Duffy. Funeral from the VERNER G. LUTZ FUNERAL HOME, (formerly Hen-nlnger), 4635 Butler St. on Monday, Feb. 17, at 10 a. m. Mass of the Resurrection ot St. Klreans Church ot 11 o. m. Visitations 2-4 & 7-9 p. m. ENGLAND On Sat.. Feb. 15, '975, Greelo F. Gidrilngs, beloved wife of WiHiom W. England Jr., of Avalon, (formerly of Nnrtb Side); niece of G r e e t a Harbaugh, formerly of North Hills. Friends will be receiver) from 2-4 ond 7-9 p. m. Sunday and Mondny In the ORION C. PINKERTON FUNERAL HOME, 1014 California Ave., Avalon (North Boros) where services will be held on Tues. afternoon ,at 1 o clock. ESMIOL On Friday, February 14, 1975, Elmer of 522 Grandview Ave., West Mifflin, beloved husband of Margaret Rubv; father of Gene, David E., and Wllllom D Esmiol; olso survived bv three grandchildren; brother of Bessie Bolserait. Friends received ot the JACK L. TEICHART FUNERAL HOME, Kennedy Ave. at Wilmot St., Du-auesne, where services will be held Monday at 11 a. m. EVANGELISTA On Frl., Feb. 14, 1975, Marlanna of Stowe Twp., Mother of Anna Brocco, Dominic Evangelista, Florence Yurkowski, Clara Giuliani and Evelyn Vlccoro, also 14 grodechll-dren and 9 greot-grandchlldren. Friends received ot the ANTHONY M. MUSMANNO FUNERAL HOME, 700 Seventh St., McKees Rocks, Funerol Mass In Mother of Sorrows Church oil Monday at 9 a. m. FERENCE At the Methodist Home, Frldav, Feb, 14, 1975, Elsie Madera, wife of 001 Death Notices the late George Fertnce; sister of Mrs. Verna Chaooell and Mrs. Edna Kunkie of Winchester, va. There will -be no visitation Services will be held at P. BRANDT FUNERAL HOME INC., 1032 Perry Highway, Perrysvllle, on Monday morning at 10:00 o'clock. Interment private. Memorial contributions ma yhe mode to the Central Chrlstlon Church. I4 No. Dlthrldae St., Poh. or the Methodist Home, Mt. Leb. FOX On Friday, Feb 14, in James P , husband of the I a 1 1 Florence Donch; fother of Gilbert J. ond Jomes C. Fox; also survived by three grandchildren; brother of Harry D. Fox. Members of Chateau Post No. 25a, VFWond friends received at the NEW PAUL C. STEPHENS FUNERAL HOME, 600 Ceder Ave., N. S. Funeral services on Monday at I a. m, FRANTZ On Frldov, Feb. 14.1975, Grace ef Wilklns Two.; beloved wife of Fronk;ond mother of Mrs. Mortha Marlt Ralr; also three grandchildren, Raymond ond Robert Bolr and Mrs. Llndo Seftlck. Funeral from the JOHN L. OUINLAN FUNERAL HOME, 11th & Airbrake Aves., Turtle Creek. Mass of the Resurrection In St. Maurice Church Monday at 11 a. m. GAJEWSKI On Saturday, Februorv 15, 1975, John, formerly of Wlllock, Plttv burgh. Pa. 15236, husband of the late Eleanor Galewskl; father ef Mrs. Heddy Fabry of Library, Theodore of Whitehall, Chester of Dnrmont, Stephen of Poland, Ohio, Julian of West Mifflin ond Louis Gaiewskl of Bethel Pork; also 14 grandchildren ond 11 great-grandchildren. Friends received from 2-4 und 7-9 o. m. at fhe WILLIAM E. GRIFFITH MORTUARY, 5636 Brownsville Rd , Brouahton-Currv, Po. Funeral Tuesday ot 9:30 a. m. with funeral mass In Nativity Church at 10 a. m. GALLAGHER On Thursday oflernoon, Feb. 1J,-1975, Frank J. Gallagher; beloved husband of Catherine Thomas Gnllngher. Friends received nt McCARE BROS. INC. FUNERAL HOME, 5300 Penn Ave., E. E. Funeral Mondnv, Feb. 17, 1975, nt 9:45 a. m. Mass ol Christian Burial In St. Lawrence's Church at 10:45 a. m. GILLIS Fred, age 17, of Highland Ave., CoraopolTs, on Thursday evening, Feb. 13, 1975; father of Charles L. Glllls; brother of Ada Whitney; grandfather of Thomas Graham, Friends received 2-4 & 7-9 p. m. ot the R. D. COPELAND CORAOP-OLIS FUNERAL HOME, 867 5th Ave., where services will be held on Monday at 1:30. CLOCK Horolrl J., on Frldov, Feb. 14, 1975. of Brentwoodo Boro, husband of Betty Jane Bendig; fother of Timothy J. Glock; son ol Evo Clock Crouch and Itie late Harry Glock; brother of Ann Burnells. Friends received ot the CIESLAK A TATKO FUNERAL HOME, 2915 Brownsville Rood, where services will be held on Tuesday at 1 p. m. Fomily visitations 2-4 and 7-9 p. m. GOERS Gemella M., on Thursday, Feb, 13, 1975, of Baldwin Boro; wife of the lite Albert W. Goers; mother of Mrs. Janls ladlev; six grandchildren. Friends received nt the JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, 4201 Brownsville Rd., Brentwood, Saturday and Sunday from 2-4 ond 7-9 p. m. Funeral on Monday morning at 10 o'clock, ot Whitehall U. P. Church. Interment Belmont Pork Cemetery, Yotngs-town, O. GOLOBIC Catherine O Bronovlch, on Thursday, Feb. 13, 1975; beloved wile of Martin Goloblc of W. Mifflin; mother of Frances, Paul, Barbara ond Cathy Yunecko; sister of Paul ond Alice Mlhelic; also survived by seven grandchildren ond one great-grandchild. Friends may coll at the " of RICHARD H. KNEE, 1111 Monroeville Ave. (Electric Plan), Turtle Creek. Moss of Christian Burial ot Visitation of Blessed Virgin Mary Coth-olic Church, Ronkln, Po., on Mondoy ot lo a. m, Family hours 2-4 and 7-9. GORSKI On Feb. 14, 1975, Leonard J.t beloved husband of Caroline Gorski; father of Linda Lee McFarlln, Joseph, Leonard ond Clarence Gorski; brother of Clara Demmer, Ed Gorski, Theresa Tvgard ond Fronk Gorski; five grandchildren. Friends received at the READ-SHAW FUNERAL HOME, 1503 Brownsville Rd. Funerol Liturgy Monday at 10 a. m. In St. Basil's Church. GREEN Miss Eddie of 2527 Chauncev Dr.. on February 14, 1975. Dear friend of Mr. ond Mn. Cato Wlmblsh; sister-ln-low of Mrs. Lllllon Green. Friends received at the CHARLES FUNERAL HOME, 2516 Bedford Ave., where services will be held Monday at 1 p. m. Interment In Homewood Cemetery. GRZYWACZ Michael; beloved husband of Annoj and father of Joseoh and the late Frank T. and Cecilia; father-in-law ol Maraaret; also four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral on Mondav at 9 a. m. from the ALBERT F. BOREK FUNERAL HOME, 249 Main St., Law-renceville. Funeral Mass at 10 a.m. In Holv Fomily Church. Visitation 5-4 & 7-9 D.m. GUTTRIDGE On Friday, Elizabeth J. Twartdell, Guttrldge of N. Huntingdon, Po., wife ol Oliver C; mother of Oliver J.; three grandsons; sister of Myles TwaddeM and Lillian Coletto. : Friends received at the WILLIAM N. SNYDER FUNERAL HOME, Irwin, Pa. Services Monday at 11 a. m. HAMMOND Ina R on Feb. 14, 1975, of 716S Webster Ave., beloved daughter of John Morse; sister of June Oakes, Raymond Morse, Paul Morse, Joseoh Morse; aranddauohter of Bishoo Joseph Morse and Lillian Morse; devoted friend of Irving Keomev. Friends received at the WEST FUNERAL HOME, 2215 Wvlie Ave., where funerol services will be held on Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. HANS On Thursday, Feb. IS, 1975, Mary George of Magnolia St., Sturgeon, Pa., wife of the lote Paul Hans Sr.; mother of Raymond, Paul lr., William, Mabel Kinney ond Dolores Dufour; also survived bv one sister, three brothers, 24 grandchildren, . 33 greot-grandclvMren. Friends received 7-9 p. m. Saturday, 12-3 & 7-9 p. m. Sunday nt WM. . D. ROGERS FUNERAL HOME, McDnroid, Po. Services on Mondav at 11:00 a. m. HAWN On Saturday, Februorv 15, 1975, LoRue Elizabeth Detwller, wife of W. Mvrton Hawn of Uooer St. Clair Twp.; Half-sister of Paul Merrill Detwller of Medicine Lake, Washington. Famllv will receive friends from 2-4 ond 7-9 p. m. Sundoy and 7-9 p. m. only, on Monday, at the PAUL L. HENNEY FUNERAL HOME, 5570 Library Rd., Route 88, Bethel Park, Pa. Funeral services will be held in the Westminster Preshvterlnn Church chanel, Tuesday, Feb. 18, at 2 p. m. Private Interment In the church Columbarium. HEINECKE On Feb. 13, 1975, ot Brldaennrt, West Virginia, Marie H. Gerstock-er; wife nf the late Willlnm Hel-necke; sister of Ell'obeth Richards, Georoe Gerstacker and the late Clara Klelnsmlth, also 2 arond-chilrlren. Friends rereived at the RFADSHAW FUNFRAL HOME, 1S03 Brownsville Rd. after 12 noon Sunday. Funerol services Monday at 11 a. m. HEWING On Friday, Feb. 14, 1975, Phlleda 5. Kramer Hennlno, ol Ror.helle St.; beloved mother of Lee Miller, Mrs. Dolly Allison and Mrs. Marilyn Klrknntrlck; also grandchildren and areot-grandrhlldren. Friends received at the FUNERAL HOMF OF JAMES J. BARRY JR., 608 Worrlnnton Ave. Funeral on Tuesday, Feb. 18, at 9 o. m., wlfh funeral mass, In St. Canice Church at 10 a. m. , HEYER Charles A., on Thurs., Feb. 13, 1975; beloved husband of Louise W. Hever; step-father ol Ronina B. Colleran and John T. Walker; brother of Andrew Hever, Mrs. Lillian Nath, Mrs. Catherine Stein and Mrs. Agnes M. Perroll; also sur-VI ed by eight grandchildren. Friends received 2-4 . 7-9 al the WINTER FUNERAL HOME, R F. Winter, Dir., 47?0 FrlendshiD Ave. Funeral on Mondov at 9 a.m. Moss In St. Joseph's Church at 10 a.m. Ml SELL ANYTHING Death Notices HILLMAN On Sat. Feb. 15, 1975, Marguerite Jenkins, wife of kite Ernest Hlll-man, survived bv her sons, Henry W. Borntroeger of Long Islond, NY., Ernest Hlllman Jr, of Fairfield, Conn, ond Richard M. Hlllman of Poh. a id her sister Mrs. J. Breckenridge Bovne of Wash, DC. olso survived by 8 grondcltll-dren and five qreat-grandchlldren. Friends received at her residence. Fox Chapel, Mon. and Tues. 3-4 o.m. Services wilt be held In Calvary Episcopal Church, Shady and Walnut St. on Weds. 3 o m. Interment private In Allegheny Cemetery. Memorial In Memory of Mrs. Hlllman may be made to the Eve & fa r Hosoital or the Pittsburgh ymohony Society. HUMES Elizabeth Wallace ef 157 Washington Ave., Flnnlevvllle on Thursday, Feb. 13, 1975 at her late home; wife of the lote Robert Humes; mother of Mn. Edward B Beedie of Finnlevville; sister of Mrs. Perle C. Holmes; grandmother of Cherle B. Beedie; several nieces and peohews also survive. Friends may coll ot the WALTER L. KENNEDY FUNERAL HOME, 35M Washington Ave., Finnlevville after 2 0. m, Saturday. Services will be held en Monday ot 1:30 p. m. Interment Jefferson Memorial Park. Visitation 2-4 & 7-9 p. m. JANKOWSKI Agnes Kimket, ot London, Ontario, on Frldav, February 14, 1975, of Baldwin Boro, wile of Edword R. Jankowskl; mother of Edword R. Jr. ond Stephen R. Jankowskl; daughter of the lote Henry ond Agnes Kunkel; sister of Mrs. Rose Coretta, Frank ond Henry Kunkel. Friends received at the JOHN F. SLATER FUNERAL HOME, 4201 Brownsville Rd., Brentwood, Sunday and Monday 2-4 and 7-9. Funerol on Tuesday morning ot 10 o'clock. Moss of the Resurrection ot St. Germalne Church at 10:30 o'clock. JENKINS Paul V., on Thursday, Pen. II, 1975, In Lelond, Fla., formerly of Pgh., beloved husband of Marie Arnold Jenkins; fother of Mrs. Diane Alder, Paul R. and Nonev J. Jenkins; brother of Mrs. Edith Grove, Mrs. Margaret Shaw, Nor-man and Julia Jenkins; grandfather of Shown ond Virginia Alder. Family will receive friends 1-4 ond 7-9 p. m. nt the BRADY MEMORIAL HOME, formerly Bvrne Memorial Home, 701 N, Neolev Ave. at Hayes St. Time of funeral later. JESTER Robert L. of Poh., on Frldav, Feb, 14, at Homestead Hoso., husband of Rhoria Gerhartt Jester; father of Mrs. Rhoda Sostakowskl, Mrs. Jean Livingston; brother of Mrs. Ola Gehrke Andrew and John; also survived by six grandchildren. Friends received at the R. V. ANDERSON FUNERAL HOMB INC., 8 06 West St., Homestead, where services will be held Mondav 3:00 p.m. with Rev. David T. Young officiating. Interment Jeffer-son Memorial Pk, Family visitations 2-4 and 7-9. JOHNSTON On Saturday, Feb. 15, at Allegheny Genera I Hosoital, Pittsburgh, Thomas C. (Sunllower), of 315 N. McDonald St., McDonald, Pa.; brother of Hershell N. of McDonald, Somuel of Aspinwall, Mrs. Margaret Oulnn of Bedford, Ohio. Friends will he received at the FRANK J. NATION FUNERAL HOME, 220 East Lincoln Ave., McDonald, Pa., Sunday noon till 4 ond 7 to 9 p. m., Mondav 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Services Tuesday, Feb. 18, at 1 p. m. KASPUTIS Of Muse, Pa., suddenly on Thursday, Feb. 13, 1975, Anthonv A.; husbond of Anna Hoadv Kasoutis; falher of William A. Kasoutis of Scott Two.: brother of Anna and SoDhla of Bridgeville, Pa , George and Joseoh of Beaver Falls, Pa. and the lote Helen Kasoutis; also two grandchildren and two oreot- ?randchildren. Friends ore Invited o call from 2-4 & 7-9 o m. beginning 7 p.m., Friday, at the JACK F. CAUGHEY FUNERAL HOME, 43? Washington Ave., Brldaeville, until Mondav at 10 a m. Mass of Christian Burial in Holy Rosary Church, Muse, Pa at 11 o'clock. KEENAN On Saturday, February 15, 1975, Blanche M. Melnerl, of Ross Two.; wife of the late Jomes J. Keenan; mother of Rita Minster, James J. and Alice Moe Keenan; sister of Frances Wvckoff; olso survived bv six grandchildren ond three greatgrandchildren. Visitation with the fomily 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. crt the HENRY C. BOCK FUNERAL HOME, 1500 Mt. Roval Blvd., Glenshaw. Funeral on Tuesdoy morning ot 9 o'clock. Mass of Christian Burlol in St. Sebastlon't Church at 10 o'clock. KOCIIARnOOK Frank, on February 4, 1975, In Seattle, Wash., (formerly of Bloom-field), beloved husband of Gloria Gasbarre; father of Steven, David and Barbara all of Seattle; brother of Marv Kaczorawskl, Helen LeB-onne, John and Pete all of Pgh., Olaa Ma7zotta of Los Angeles, Calif.; also one grandson, Paul. Moss of Christian Burial was held Frldav, Feb. 7, In. Rembrances mav be sent to the Heart Asm. or Northwest Kidney Center, ROLLER On Thursday, Feb. 13, 197!, Frank of McKees Rocks, father of Frank Koller and Estella Bulgarel I; 6 grandchildren: olio survived by three brothers and four sisters. Friends received at the McOERMOTT FUNERAL HOME, 1225 Chartlers Ave., McKees Rocks. Funeral Mass In St. Mary's Church on Monday, Feb. 17, al 10:00 a.m. KUHN Fred, of 207 So. Pike Rd., Sarver, Pa., on Friday morning, Feb. 15, survived bv his wife Bertha; brother of Brooks Kuhn of Tarentum. Friends will be received Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 In the ALBERT H. DUSTER FUNERAL HOME, 347 E. 10th. Ave., tarentum, where services will be held on Monday at 11:- 00 a.m. LAWRENCE Marie H.i of 23 Moorfle Street, Braddock, wife of Martin A. Lawrence; mother of Chalotta Evon Savior, Marta A. Williams, also two grondcnildren; sister of Doro-t h v Smith, Wllllom Mason ond Minnie Williams; niece of Theresa Brown. She was a teacher at East Allegheny School, a member of Lucy Stone Civic League, Business and Professional Women, Delta Sigma Pheta Sorority, Penna. Black Basic Ed. Assoc'n., Yokman Reading Assoc'n., Trl-Boro Lodge 01 Elks Aux. ond N.A.A.C.P. Freinds received at FREDERICK FUNERAL HOME, 430 Sixth St., Braddock, beginning Saturday 7-9 p.m., Sunday 12 noon til 9 p.m., where luneral will be held on Mondoy at 1 p.m. LEOPARDI In Maryland on Wed., Feb. 12, 1975, Pntsy (Pasauole), formerly of Monostory St.; husband of the lote Stella Steele Leopordi; beloved fa-th e r of Marv Lopardo, Angela Cipolla; brother of Emlleo and Antonio Leopordi; also five grandchildren. Friends received ot the HOWARD A. FARNSWORTH FUNERAL HOME, I NC, 425 Brownsville Rd., Mt. Oliver. Funeral on Mondav at 8 a. m. Lit. uroy In St. Michael's Church at 9 a. m. LINDBERG On Frldav, at MrKeesoort Hospital, Eileen of 4821 3rd St., Ver-sailles Boro; wife of Jack C. Llndberg; mother of Mrs. Sheila Gomez, John F. Llndberg; two grandchildren; sister ol Mrs. Kath-erine Holshue, Mrs. June M a r-kosky, Sr. Mary Bride Diamond, Jack, James ond William Diamond. Friends received WILLIG FUNERAL HOME, 220 9th Ave., McKeesport. Services Mondav, 10 a.m., St. Angela Mericl Cliuroi r-amilv reauests memorial contribution! te the American Cancer Society. LOTZ On Friday, Feb. 14, 1975, Henry P., beloved husband of Margaret (Geisler); father of Henry John) brother of Gcrtrun'e Mouk and the late John Lotz. Friends -ecelvet at the MORASCO FUNERAL HOME, 9406 Frankstown Road, Penn Hills, Salurdav, 7-9 p.m., and Sund iv 2 4 ond 7-9 mi, Funeral services on Mondav at 11 a.m. LUZNAR On Frldov, Feb. 14, 1975. Frank J., of Broughton, Pa.; beloved husband of Alma M. Luznar; father of Mrs. Carol Baltelli, Mrs. Jean Gallaaher and Arlene Luznar; also two grandchildren Lorl and Krlsten Battclli; son of Mrs. Anna Luznar; brother of George, Rohert, Paul Luznar, Mrs. Agnes Wielooleskl and Mrs. Emma Frances. Friends received from 2-4 ond 7-9 o.m. In the WILLIAM E. GRIFFITH MORTUARY, 5636 Brownsville Rd., Brouahton-Currv, Pa. Funeral Mondov at 9:30 a.m. with Funeral Mass In Nativity Church at 10 a.m. MADDEN At Mercy Hospital, on Sat., Feb. 15, 1975, Sister M. Elizabeth Ann, R.S.M., daughter of the late Jerome ond Margaret (Cain) Maciden; beloved sister of Isabel Duffy of Illinois, Margaret Tavlor of Poh., Sister M. Joanne Madden, I.H.M., of New York, Jerome of N. J., Patrick and Leo of Pgh. Friends received at the Chapel of Mercy Hospital, 1400 Locust St., Pgh. Funeral Liturgy on Mon. ot 7 0 m. Burial Tues. 1 p. m. in St. Xovier Cemetery, Latrobe, Po. Arrangements by HOWARD A. FARNSWORTH FUNERAL HOME, INC. Additional Death Notices On Page C-15 Ml

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