Skip to main content
The largest online newspaper by by Ancestry
North Hills News Record from North Hills, Pennsylvania • Page 33

North Hills News Record from North Hills, Pennsylvania • Page 33

North Hills, Pennsylvania
Issue Date:

3 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1973 --NEWS RECORD Deaths The rate for funeral arrangement notices (black type I is $5 for 12 lines and 40 cents fur each additional line. No rhargr is made for obituary Mrs. 27th Ward, dead at 52 Services are being held today for Mrs Dorothy Miller Geiger. 52, who died in Allegheny General Hospital Sunday. Feb 4. 1973 Mrs Geiger lived at 2714 Holbrook St 27th Ward She is survived by her husband. William Geiger, two daughters. Mrs i i a iMarlene A Grupp. 200 Lee Ave Ross, and Nancv Geiger. at home, iwo brothers, tour sisters, and two grandchildren. Billy and Diane Grupp Friends were received at the Lester C. McDonald Funeral Home, 529 California Avalon, where services will be conducted at 2 p.m. today by Donald E. Constance of Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall in Bellevue. BuriaJ will be in Allegheny County Memorial Park. Mr. Berner, 95, active Etna official Provincial superior dead at 61 Mass of the Resurrection was sung Tuesday for Mother M. Anselma Drab, provincial superior of School Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis (OSF) in Bellevue. Mother Anselma, 61. died Friday. Feb. 2, 1973. in the Mount Assisi Motherhouse in Ross. She entered the OSF community in August, 1926. and received her nursing training at St. John's General Hospital. After receiving a bachelor of science nursing classes at Ohio Valley General Hospital. Mother Anselma then earned a master degree in education and taught at schools in Lorain. Ohio: Clarksburg. a i a i a McKees Rocks and Canonsburg She was a i i i a superior in 1964 and elected to a four- year term as superior when the community voted for the first time in 1971. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. a i a Bernard, Avalon. and Anthony of Alovsius Berner 95. believed to be the oldest treasurer in Pennsylvania, died at home. 46 Greeley Etna, Saturday. Feb 3. 1973 Mr. Berner once said he'd seen J10 million come and go in his 16 years as a a He signed the borough checks at a 100-vear-old kitchen table in his home He became treasurer at the age of 79. after 20 years as Etna bookkeeper Mr Berner used to say he got his i a i a sense from i a grandmother in Sharpsburg. He said "Things have changed since I first started Today almost all the borough taxes are paid by check Back in the 1930s the old Germans and Croatians believed in paving in cash "They would never think of paying the bank a dime for a check "The borough carried a lot of people on the books They were never sorry. The oldtimers paid their bills Mr. Berner was born and raised in Sharpsburg and lived in Etna almost 53 years. Until 1918 he had a music studio in his home where he gave piano and violin lessons. Years ago he was a member of Gilbert's Orchestra in Sharpsburg. He also played for dances and parties in West View Amusement Park. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Hilda Berner; two sons, Raymond of Pittsburgh and Norman of Allentown; five grandchildren, and nine great- grandchildren. He was the father of the late Herbert Aloysius Berner Berner. a former councilman who died four years ago. Friends were received at the John a a 9 2 3 Saxonburg (near a entrance). Holy Name rosary service was held Monday at 8 p.m. Mass of the Resurrection was celebrated at 10 a.m. Tuesday in All Saints Roman Catholic Church, Etna. The family requested donations to All Saints Church Building Fund in lieu of flowers. Burial was in St. Mary Cemetery, O'Hara Township. Jess owned Route 8 restaurant Mass of the Resurrection will be sung today for Jess DeStefano, 70. retired Shaler tavern owner, who died in North Hills Passavant Hospital 1973. "Mr. a Restaurant and Tavern on Route 8, Shaler. until he retired in 1966. After retirement he lived in Dunkirk. N. and Richland Township. He was a member of the Pittsburgh Musical Society, the Etna Elks, Millvale Moose and the American Legion. Sharpsburg Post. He is survived by his widow. Mrs. a i a daughters, Mrs. Muriel Reddinger. Valencia, and Mrs. Larry (Grace) Kusluch. Mount Royal Shaler, whose husband is a Shaler police lieutenant; two sons, Shaler Police Lt. Shaler. and Ralph Richland Road, Richland; 14 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Mr. DeStefano was the brother of Jose. Sharpsburg; Herman. Vallejo. and Ralph DeStefano. Pittsburgh. Friends were received at the Henry C. Bock Funeral Home, 1500 Mount Royal Shaler. Mass of ihe Resurrection will be celebrated today, Wednesday, at 10 a.m. in All Saints Roman Catholic Church, Etna. Isabel Young, 88 Isabel Young, 88. retired girls' adviser at Perry High School, died in Joseph Ready, played on old football team Mass of ihe Resurrection is being celebrated today for Joseph a 62. who died in St Margaret Memorial Hospital Saturday, Feb 3. 1973 Mr Keady. of 118 Washington Si Etna, was a mechanic for the Pepsi Cola Co He played guard on i a old Arnica Football Team, in existence in the 1920s and 30s The team, coached by the late Father "Mack" McGuire of St. Ann Roman a i i a played in the i area i i members include Joe i Rabb. George Schafer. Chester Jordan a a a Beck. Hig Tucker, Rudy i Taylor. Mike Rheamas. Al i a i and Tony Bennett. Mr. Keady. a World War 11 a was a member of the Jockej Club of Etna and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No 9197. i i are his widow, Lillian A. Keady. and a stepdaughter. Miss Lillian Gross, of the same address. Mrs. Agnes Rose Mrs. Agnes Gill Rose. 68, of 2549 W. Hardies Road. Hampton, died in North Hills Passavant Hospital Monday. Feb. 5.1973. Mrs. Rose, a of St. Catherine Roman 'Catholic Church. Wildwood, Hampton, was the wife of Thomas F. Rose. She is also survived by three children. Dante Gill. Pittsburgh; Donald M. Gill. Hampton, and Merritt M. Gill, in the Air Force in Little Rock, five sisters, three brothers. 12 grandchildren and one greatgrand- child. George Metro, 56 George Metro. 56. of Camp Home Road. Ohio Township, died in North Hills Passavant Hospital of a heart attack Saturday, Feb. 3. 1973. -driver-foT" Ohio Township. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Dorothy Smith Metro; two children, Mrs. Robert (Delores) Wentley, 96 Courtney Emsworth, and George Metro 108 Ninth Ross, and four grandchildren. NO it's not too early to plan for SPRING and to HELP YOU along. DAVID LABOR AND A I OFFERS YOU OFF ON CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES CHOOSE FROM THOUSANDS Of FABRICS DACRONS SATINS COTTONS VELVETS AND MANY, MAHY MORE Call 366-2326 NOW! 3370 BABCOCK PGH. 15237 TEACHERS WANTED NORTH HILLS Christian School Kindergarten thru 8th Grade Only 8orn-Agoin" Christians Need Apply SCHOOL: SCHOOL ADM. 741-3233 741-8071 PASTOR BARRS: 741-9272 Catherine Ann. OSF. Dr. Nicotero, McCandless, heads group James A. Nicotero. M. of MeCandless. has been named president i Foundation of Western Pennsylvania. He and his wife. Connie, live at 978 Center Oak Drive. Thev have three sons. i 14; Gregory, 9. and Brian. 8.. The N4eoleros have lived in the North Hills for 10 years. Dr. Nicotero is director of the artificial Kidney Center of St. Francis General Hospital. He started the first artificial kidney center in Pittsburgh in 1967 at Veterans Hospital of Oakland. He is a member of the Governor's Kidney Disease Advisory Commission. Under Dr. Nicotero. the commission has set up the guide lines for the funding for patients who need an artificial kidney machine. In his new position. Dr Nicotero will develop projects to help patients and a i i i a prevention programs jess ueaieiano acou Avenue, Mrs. Harvey, 85 Lifelong Etna resident Mrs. Rosella Fredenrich Harvey, 85, of 284 Butler died in St. Francis General Hospital Saturday, Feb. 3.1973. a a of Emmanuel Lutheran Church. Etna, was the widow of Ralph R. Harvey a carpenter-contractor in the area for years. Her son, Ralph R. Luann Street. Shaler. is also a contractor. Mrs. Harvey also leaves a daughter, Mrs. Thelma Waldschmidt of Beaver Falls; one sister. Mrs. Laura Becker; a brother. Martin Fredenrich, and a grandchild, Jean Panza. hji. i diHji2) vjci Feb. 3,1973. Miss Young lived at 5928 Bryant Court. East End. She leaves a niece, Mary Isabel Epley. Consumer Bureau recovers $102,000 The Allegheny County Bureau of Consumer Affairs recovered more than $102.000 in refunds and adjustments for consumers in 1972. Director Donna Deaner said the bureau investigated almost 3,000 complaints. In two years of operation, the bureau has handled 19.000 complaints and recovered $189,078. FURNITURE AT THE NEWEST FURNITURE STORE IN THE NORTH HILLS FACTORY FURNITURE SHOWROOMS 3464 BABCOCK BLVD. FORMERLY YWCA BUILDING federal grant on pollution The air pollution control program in Allegheny County has been approved for a federal maintenance grant The grant is one of onlv five in the nation a a i i established by the i a Protection Agency The grant will be $660.000 The EPA award will cover 60 per cent of the air pollution bureau's budget for this year a a a a i listed i federal criteria met by Allegheny County in receiving the grant: A strong air pollution control law to provide legal backup for the program. procedures for 24-hour surveillance and enforcement; a i a i system to assure rapid response to field surveillance and enforcement needs, i a i i procedures to effect reductions at air pollution sources; i system to collect and analyze air quality data: an emission inventory of air pollutants discharged in Allegheny County: a comprehensive air quality monitoring network and a laboratory facility to analyze air Do you know? There are nearly 200,000 different species of plants that bloom in the world. SINK TOPS REPLACED APPLIANCES DISHWASHERS OVENS RANGES CUSTOM BUILT KITCHEN CAB I NETS WITH BUILT-IN DISHWASHERS VANITIES AS LOW AS ill' 5 Bowl and Fittings Complete 36" STOP IH AND SEE US AT MANUFACTURING 1834 MAIN ST. SHARPSBURG PHONE 781-6160 AFTER-HQLIDAY CLEARANCE SALE 'MOIL 2 COMPLETE FLOORS OF ZENITH PRODUCTS "We Service What We Sell" WEXFORD TV AND A Rt. 19, WEXFORD PHONE 935-1683 9-6; M. 7-9; Set. 1-4; Closed Hon. The Magnificent Design Of TAORMINA Will Enhance Your Diningroom With 'Formal Design. NOW SALE PRICED. Large breakfront oval table with leaf, 4 side chairs 2 host chairs. 699 00 NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 3464- BABCOCK BLVD. North Hills 366-77 1 2 6617 HAMILTON AVE. East Liberty 44 1 -4OO6 MATCHING MARBLE TOP SERVER NOT SHOWN 1 SALE PRICES NOW ON BEDROOM, DINING ROOM, DINETTES, LAMPS, SOFAS, CHAIRS, PAINTINGS AND ACCESSORIES. "Something Hew In North Hills That Is Just A Little Different" FACTORY FURNITURE SHOWROOMS INC. OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL 9P.M. SATURDAY 'TIL 6P.M. 3464 BABCOCK FORMERLY YWCA BUILDING

Clipped articles people have found on this page


Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 300+ newspapers from the 1700's - 2000's
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

About North Hills News Record Archive

Pages Available:
Years Available: