News Record from North Hills, Pennsylvania on February 19, 1969 · Page 17
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·*,' Leo Connor xmm unify calendar o North Hills area Sert. McGregor will be speaker WID..F1I. 19, »W9--NfWVMCOtO --17 rites held Saturday LM A. Connor. 77. of 202 Hllltndale / Road. Roar, died Thursday. Feb. IS, IMB.JnhUnomt. He retired a few years ago as t r e a s u r y - a g e n t f o r t h e U.S\ Government, where he had been employed for 38 years. He was a veteran of World War I, where be had served as a first lieutenant, 7th Division. Mr. Connor was a member of A m e r i c a n Legion Post No. 3, Germantown; and a life-long member of San Domingo Council 2)6. Knights of ~Columui. "~ He leaves four daughters, Mrs. Gradon (Helen) Wlllard of 203 Tadmar Ave.. Ross, Mrs. Mary Branat of Philadelphia. Mrs, Cathy Gllflllan of Germany, and Mrs. Margaret Stickeven of the Philippine Islands; one son. Leo E. Connor of New York City; one sister, and 10 grandchildren. Requiem mass was sung Saturday in St. Teresa Roman Catholic Church, Ross. Burial was In Holy Cross Cemetery. Philadelphia. . Feb. It . Ohio Township Board of Supervisors, 8 p m., Municipal Building, Roosevelt Road. Hampton Township School Board. 8 p.m., Wlldwood Center. Mount Royal Boulevard. Shaler Township School District Authority, Jeffrey Elementary School, 201 Wetzel Road. Tborsday, Feb. M Avalon Council, special meeting, 7:30 p.m., Municipal Building, MO California A ve. Monday, Feb. M McCandless Township Board of Commissioners, 8 p.m., Municipal Building, B955 Grubbs Road. ____ Hampton Towriiliip JoInT Recreation Board, 8 p.m., Municipal Building, 3101 McCully Road. ROM Township Board of Commissioners, 8 p.m., Municipal Building. Perry Highway. . Tflesday, Feb. 25 * . 4 Reserve Township School Board, 7:30 p.m., Reserve Elementary School, Lonsdale Street. SUtt Sen Jack E. McGregor will ~£ dlicuu hli Ideas on a countywlde police operation Friday. Feb. a, in the YWCA, Fourth Avenue and Wood Street, downtown The luncheon meeting will be at noon. Reservations are at the Pittsburgh Are* Chapter. American Society for Public Administration. ttt Bruce Hall. Pittsburgh 11 C John G. Lunz named to ZBA John G. Luni. 102 fUmage Road, has been named to the Reserve Township Board of Adjustment. He will serve the uneipired term of Albert J. Malagreca. who resigned. Lunz, appointed a Justice of the peace In Reserve, was unsuccessful In running for the office at the last election He is the township Republican chairman. By 'George,' it's a Boot! SPICIAL MICE Daniel Moehring Daniel J. M o e h r i n g . 86. of Wlnterburn Avenue. Pittsburgh, father of Mrs. Walter (Grace L.) McCune of Sutter Road, Shaler, died Wednesday, Feb. 12, 1969, In North Hills Passavant Hospital. In addition to his daughter, he leaves two sisters; one brother; two granddaughters, and three great* grandchildren. The funeral service was conducted Saturday by the Rev. Leland Stoops of the Elfinwlld United Presbyterian Church. Burial was in St. Paul Cemetery. 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Feb. 12, 1969. in Passavant Nursing Home. He leaves his widow. Mrs Cornelia Dotx* Mdlnafr^ one daughter. Mrs- Irene Schiller, and four grandchildren Requiem mass was sung Saturday m St Alexis Roman Catholic Church, Pine Burial was m North Side Catholic Cemetery Mrs. -McKay Mrs Ethvl Workmaster McKay. 77. of Annandale. Va . mother of Jack H W o r k m a s t e r o f A v a l o n . d i e d Wednesday. Feb H. 1969 In addition to her son. she leaves one sister. Mrs B«ulah R McHendrv of Wilkmsburg Funeral services were conducted Saturday Burial was in Alleshenv Cemeten Woman injured in Etna auto accident A woman was injured in a two-car accident on B u t l e r and K i t t a n n m g streets. Etna. Thundav evening. Feb 13 A car driven bv Joseph Verno. 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