Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on January 28, 1952 · 18
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fC C It MONDAY, JAN. is, I95J PITTSBUUCH SUN-TELEGRAPH Oitiiuariot Brokenbelc, Steel Firm Inspector F"rank H. Drokenbek, 4!), chief teol inspector at FlrthSterllne SteM & Carbide Corp., died yesterday In hi home, 1004 Alquln St.. Port Vue. A. native of MeKoesjiort, Jlr. Brokenbek wai the soii of the late Wenzel and Teresa Kraus Brokenbek. I le wai a member of the Mc-Keesport Eafilca and acting secretary-treasurer of the Pennsylvania Champion Eagles drill team. ; j Surviving are his wile, Ebba Marie Johnson Hrokenbek; a dauRhter, Doris M.; and .three brothers. John. William, and Henry. KTiends are beinir received In tho Hunior-Kdmundson-Striirier Kurt oral Home, bOO Murket McKeesport. Monsolia Leader Dead MOSCOW. Jan. 2S. AP.t The Soviet press today announced the death of Outer Mongolia'! veteran premier, Marshal Chni Bal-san, following an cperaiion for a kidney cancer. He was 56- 1 The Rev. Yeager Services for the Rev. Howard F. YeaRer, a native Pittsburgh-er who held pastorates in three states, will be held here in St. John's Lutheran Church at 2;30 p, m. Wednesday, ' Ho did Saturday In Ann Arbor, Mich., where he was pastor of Zlon Evangelical Lutheran Church. He had nerved In churches In New York City, North Canton, O., and I'pper Siindiiskv. O. Dunne his youtn, ne uvea in the liloomflcld district. He was graduated from sSchenley High School, Surviving are his wife, Norma; his mother. Air. Catherine Yeager; two children, Curtis and Kathleen; two sisters, Mrs. Fred Schwartz and Mrs. Charles Schlott, and a brother, Charles. Burial will be In Allegheny Cemetery. Mary E. Steel Services lor Man E. Steel. veteran retired Hell Telephone t Co. operator, will re neia in tne Courtley Funeral Home, 'J25 Franklin Ave.. Wllkinsburfi, ai 1 2:30 p. m. tomorrow. Miss Steel, of lliltj Franklin Ave., dieu Saturday. Before her retirement, she worked for 41 years for Bell as an operator and supervisor. i Miss Steel's father. John1 Steel, was chief of the Pitts-1 burgh fire department around, the turn of the century. Surviving are a sister. Louise; a niece; and two nephews. She was a member of Oak-j land Chapter, Order of the East-! ern Star; and Fort Pitt Chapter of Roll Telephone Pioneers. 1 THE WEATHER (Forecast and hourly Tempera luret on Pan One.) (Compile br V. S. Wrether Bureau (Airport Paul Harry Schmidt DanIel FcnY Parents Drop Solemn requiem high mass , ' Store Owner Vj Beating Case llni-rtf Si-hml(ll. 4S. owner of ,.il,..l i ........ . T .,,.hlln om. Pmont. f an Fast U hprtv Euneet twit; :JS:Sunrlet tomorrow T.SJ - - - - HHM W V Wl " B st aVaBU Kllil'l - ---,! the Liberty Men's Shop ws'p0ye. Burial will be' Jn Calvary boy today withdrew charges of j niiimii lemuei.tun urn dat. ium iiu Dunea toaay in pein jnioin cemetery after mass In ficsur- assault ana naiicry bkhiiisi n Cemetery following services lnlrw.ton church, Brot-kllne. truck driver who allegedly the Halph Schugar Chapel, S5UD; Mr wrrv riir.fi KHtiminv In'struck the boy during a discus- Center Ave. ..... ,,. i T,.)sion over the surmosed theft ofl 3,al Mr, Schmidt. nVU';a;c7er.!, . u . , . . VkPiwo cases of beer from the,M"i',.(iu.oicrm.i. estsbDa i- Mat knma Min IJ.rinrt InnI hill tin. I iw.nt mi. tit if hist vilM I' l t r Jltim lilt, . , Ilrtjf HI III" IP'Ifl, aw 4 lUKU) SSll sJ" t. a, w o-.- St.. Souirrel Hill, was a mem-lVInr In Rrnukline. driver. ber of Beth Shalom Congrega- e,lr. ,vinir m,wn .nn, .T,,s,.h Magistrate W. H. K. McDIar . . i .... W. and llanlel D.: four dauch- surviving are niwne. .-Nor-i ... cuciUa Klrchner. the rase In which Charles Tor- 41 L. ...m U . .H 11.Kiiliri nrill w - I iiiiiiiti-i. ifim I is, Dim ii rt.t. .. a ' . , . M .i ma; a l""r-. Mrs. Helen F. nobson. Mrs. three sis ers. Cella. Mrs. Harry ,-n. ...a ,... Suttln, and Mrs. Joseph Pjrh.fnPe F. Qu.ft,. J3 Rrand- children and live great-grand children 11 A'U IVirS. W naiC neinhauer Mortuary, Mrs. Mary O'Hare, a resident uoerty Ave .a Lol'i' ItniMitiirf thll lnc JIT4 1 liclo ir ia lS5. The follow art ar frtr 1:90 A. todif Preuuri Tpm, hum id ill Wind Wfr 9V vu wwn a mnuw Conuritlfi Uroortur 4n4 prKlplUUoD tot; IK Si 'W8 10 1141 lt4i 194T lUt Hlfh 81 41 33 01 31 4 .w uu. w i- . .... .... i 1,1 a i a ii ii VV. and ranle D.; four daugh- mid had reservea decision 55 33 ii 1 Jo u II, i .Bl ,U. ,VW TIMClltTl ( DAT I OS tESTKBDAT Nurmai ttmirktur (ur Iht day " KlrMl In trmpifjttirt fif (hv dy 1& lum M ruipiiun iidm Jan. i is eikCIPITATlUN DATA niS ttSTSSDAT total prfrlpiutlun tine Jan. I 4.tf Normal prartpiutton alnr Jan. 1 S T1 fcacrat In prtclpiuilon ainct J alt. t l.tS lano, 19, of 7223 Joshua St., East Liberty, was accused of striking Cornelius Reardon, 16, of 1682 Cooher St. Troiano said that young Rear of the Homestead area for the past 52 years, died yesterday In her home at 401 Greene St., Homestead Park. Mrs. O'Hare, 8.1. vvag born In County Down. Ireland. Her late husband, Michael, operated a dairy In Homestead from the time tney migraiea to tnis country until his death in 1913. She was a member of the Catholic Daughters of America Court 343, the Ladies' Guild and Altar Society of St. Mary Magdalene's Church, and the Ladies' Auxiliary of the AOH. Solemn requiem mass will be sung Wednesday at 9:30 a. m. in St. Theresa's Church, Homestead Park. Mil. O'Hare Is survived by three sons. Dr. P. C, Emmett P. and James J and a daughter, Mrs. Mary King. She also leaves 11 grandchildren. j-rienos are ng wmw tdMi nephew of Penn Township iuou ii.ip,, rhint Pt Mnran had "interfered ' when Troiano was arguing with two other boys who allegedly took the beer from his truck wnue ne was making a delivery. Charleroi Banker Binns Diesat72 CHARLEROI. Pa., Jan. 2S-(AP.l WUiits Cope Hinns, 72, a Charleroi banker for more than 30 years, died today after an Illness or two years. Trade Boards ' Hear Sen. Fleming State Senator Robert D. Fleming will discuss "The Accomplishments of the 1951 Legislative Session" Wednesday nlghi at a meeting of the Allegheny County Allied Boards of Trade In the Grant Building dining room. The dinner will be fol-lowed by i bushTeaajneetlng Truck Upsets, Misses Drop ' A trailer-truck narrowly missed a 30-foot drop to the Pennsylvania Railroad . tracks when It overturned early today on E. Ohio St near the Herrs Island Bridge, North Side. A section of Iron fence on top of the retaining wall alongside the railroad tracks was knocked down by the truck loaded with frozen eggs. The driver, Harold Elvins, of Aston, Iowa, was uninjured. Atlanta Atlantic CUr S Bumarck 3 Beaton nutt Chlt-aio Clrvrland v-nv , Dti Molatl LK-;rult rvdw cn Fort Worth Indlinapnlll Kan-Hi ntr lAt AnffFlH Loulivlllt Miami Weather Bulletin Trrnwraturtl Ttmptraturt tfiiii. u 53 Mlnnranollt T ! 4 1 N, Orlraiu II S"1 0 N Yort St 40 SO Oalaltnm. C. 4) 3 39 13 Omalia 30 t 34 9 Plioenlt 14 3 3 2 PITTUB nH Bl 3" " J t Utr Cllr 44 3T 35 4ltan Antonio 04 4? 34 1 9 San rrancltro 34 4' Its 13 St' Marl4 33 U 96 31 Statu M 34 19 34 St Loult 43 34 41 31 Wtlnlnttoa 3 41 IS SO RAmontoa 10 A SS 94 Mcnlrral ' 3) II BO S9: 'Brttw Wro. Suitcase Stolen At Bus Terminal Ul tVIAIHIA BUAIAU ae s I . J. I Bw WW .I XljyA 1. UsHfe.otMffli .imi . 1 FMjCmyl aj4 f ,..t, lh4 ifM M LmTU '4 I LV55v7 I r . ' rwl'lli' 'it.ltll tB24lU-tat r wtr'aMt ana, FORECAST . .Many folks will be glad to tee that the rainy area which gave us the highest river stages in seven years hat moved Eastward. Following in its wake will be colder weather with possible anow flurries. $60 A suitcase contalnls a earners, clothing valued at $25, and a S36 railroad ticket to Blloxt, Miss., was stolen from James E. Gearhart, of Cherry Tree, Indiana County, last night, at the Union Bus Terminal. Smithfleld and Water Sts., police reporteq. Runway Built For Stranded B-36 SALISBURY, Eng.. Jan. 28. (AP.)-U. S. Air Force engi neers began laying a steel mesh runway today to carry a huge B-36 bomber out of a muddy floM whor It landed bv mistake. The strsnded 176-ton giant was one 01 nve wnicn new m rmij Sunday from Ft. Worth, Tex., via Goose Bay, Labrador, on a training mission. Indicted as Red, She Asks Funds PHILADELPHIA, Jan, 26. (AP.)-Ellzabeth Gurley Flynn, an Indicted Communist, made a special .trip to Philadelphia last night to raise funds for her own defense. She addressed the Philadelphia Freedom of the Press Association, collected $100 In cash and $1,000 in pledges. Death Notices ANUKll.OMS Mry. ot BBntlry-vtiie t omo Vliry Hotpiml tsi-urday, January 2b; mother o( Juliana and Jotepn AndrulonlB. of rah.; Mn. Neln. Jamm. Kidncw.y. .: Aniliony Jt ol siUwartb. rnendl irrcivrd at Jonrt nd Death Notices trr ol lh. Ctpitin Jamra Rf't tVrvicra at H. Sainton .. 631 Ne-vi l . St.. Pilt.ourtli. Tu.anay alirr- noon at 1 tux. luMrnitnt )n- vatr. lull t.lll HI V-On Saturday. Jan - ' . . . , ,. : ,.,.,. ( Ury , at 99 p. m . .i.iy nun nunipun rm. ni UotlBherlJI. ol lit Kambacll St. tlle. BfrncAt WrdntMlay. Rfqulrm tiixh mau at uu Lunct k. tv. Oi.urch. HSCHOrr 1( Alliaon Park, on riday, Jan. 3S. lss'J. Brulah V. Muster, trilo l Htmard W. Bl-eholl; mmher ot Harriet Baker. lorenc Nawruk. Doruthy. ueuriie f . and Hoaard W. Biachort Jr. JFmiiy retiiietia that Irienda M r-rarived tut and 7 to 10 p. m. at thB Bofk Tanaral HomB. Bit. Royal t 1. "1 i.. I. a A lllanth at taV KnitA tSSuY .".ern.r jj Branch MM are ait.tta. o cloct. " tforuierly of Latrooei: aiat.r ot Uie lat cailirnn. M Mulirn; aunt ol kathryn H. Mullen. Uri. Thornu Andrewi, JuwpH J . William ft . John V. and Hugh t. Mullen, fllenda rrreivetl at ui. pariura ei wm. Bitter and eVmi. Virimia Avenue ana rCrartarite St., in. Waihini-lon. until li a. hi , Wediietday. Jan. 30. Rrquient hih Biaaa at St. Juttln i Church at a. m. Frirndt and meniuen ot Ihe Altar and Ro tary Society aim tne L. C. B. A. BOAKDMAN On Saturday. Jan Death Notices 1,1 t'T On Sunday Jan. 27. IBM. John L. Dull, ol SZll otiood her arrvlcei teill B St . North flirte. nutoand ol Ur- wfdnetday at i p. m. lat. John H- Keenan: mother of Jamra H. and Uit lata Robert B Bib Bb Krenanil tva irandehtl-dren. ttetty V. Keenan and Mra. Donald J. Kinney. Frtenda ret-.ived at Ui. Ceo. F. Macliu. Mortuary. toO tail Main Bl., Carnel. Pa. lertitet Tuetday it I p. a. Mem-bera ol th. family will ' receive fnrnda daily S to 4. t to 10. Interment at Allegheny Count Memorial Para. KIBIM.AMI On Jan. 27. IBM. Mra fcl.ial.fth P., of 701 Mlflln Rd.. Hayi. Widow of Uie late tmrortt Kirnland. mother of EluabeUt B. Will. am p., Robert E.. Olrnn I. Klrkland and Maraarrt K. Fell; titter of Mary K. Pollock. Jean P. Pollock. Mr, Chrtitin. Trent and itniiam v.. pollock. Friend! received at C.f"ie L Orern Funeral rlnne. 351 1 Mam St., Homestead rara held on r Danth Nstir.es ceied at Uie Comoy t-uncral Hmt. llMt Chartiera Ave . Bheraden, Pfh until 1 noon Wcdneaday. Funeral arrvlcei from Sheradrn Melhodlil Church Wednetday at 3 p. in. lACCOMANM) Saturday. January 24. Bauaiore. lata of 60l Oun-can Street, beloved ItuaBand of Florence and laUwr of Cheiter. John, Mra. Conceits Clafr. and Al-f4 a.rrAmanno. PrtendB received at the Klni Funeral Home. Butler at BJnd fttreel. Beejulem luih meas at St. Kieran Church on Wednta- day at B a. m. E foietil&r-t(iii "JOHN KIKIITV FUNERAL HOMI tMts bbi'bstihi ava. PS l-BVtll Ftchsts a wm iBilli beloted f ' Hmt L.: orotwr w rt KRAMI R Sunday. Jan. 37. toTo'tner 5 07e W Pred W Mra. w,r"r,,k lT'""'i .Mr-, l"' lJ. Michalma. ile Ot Ales T. M.r C.U,.r,n.'Be.t. J J ,hf Jo"'Ih. f""1"' , " CnBtanc, HmZ kA BA:,'.?dn?in- UTrVVt. TTU'LST.ri rvicet fill be tield Tueaday at 2 r . m BOCK-On Saturday. Jan. 21. 1B52. Dr. Chanea A..4MD. hu-teatnd ol Helen Koerner Bock, ol vxlor!, Pa l aon of fcmma Oruarh oclt; brother of Mtb. 'aonll North and Frank V Buck. Frienda r-ce-ived at Iht Brandt Punernl Home, inn p,rrv Himittae. Perrvnvilie. C-tlrmn rruulrm higli mi at Ht LDWAKHS On Saturday. Jan. Pilubuith iO. Reouiem hmn maat Jfl. at 12 20 p. m., Maraaretiin. B;. Jemca cnurcn inutaoay, Kllen Ldttardi, aile ot the late Jan. ai. at o clock. John ldard. of 714 Bayridse Bt.ii KKA.tiLK Saturday. Jan. 24 mnilier of Mia R. Jeaii haaarda. rira A ioved huoand of the Mra. Wll B. Nelp i and Mra, Clyae.,,,, MaI Kramer; lather of Mra. a f;rkine. Pnenrlt received at H P!,ratieUl Bradley. Mra. Iiabelle ainona, in nevnie eji.. anerr. ocrber. Mra. Louie. Maney, Mra. rrice will be held luemay alter-iuuna WaruiHin, Mra. Gertrude noon at i ociotk. Kocopel. Hir. Loretta O'Uonnell. limit- At Clran.eld. Pa., m Micnaei, ric. jonn, Kay- Alphoniiui Church, Wexlord. onis,Uray, j,, uiniel, mond and Jean Kramer; eleven "uenflay mornjii at 19 o clock, not fill B Baturdav, Jan. 34. J Sr7. in hit home. 44 Areonnc I rive. New Kenainrtcm. Dr. c. W. laoiicher: lather of Mi" lucretia X. Boucher. Bt home, and Mra. w. erilenn Iwkhart. New Catle. Pa. Hervirel in Hi. family hotn. Tiira-ctaty at 2 p, in. lutamienl at Free-jvorf, Pa. liuMiam. of the late Ilc.cn Callahan! iraridrhiidren Pnenda received at Ul. arm, pirmuTi.i num.. iw. HHl'ST Biddenly. on Friday, a an. 2b, !53. Frederick W. Brust. e-f 1S14 Liverpool Bt., brother ol William t.. Herman B., Mra. Myrtle JHookier and Mra. Irene Colhah. Funeral tervicea at the Jamea lowrle Memorial Home. 1407 Chateau Bt. eati Penniyivema Ave.i. on Tueaday m 2 p. m. Irienclit tnvtted. PlLtjIK On Friday. Jan. 2). :llen Lanisan. wife of Ui late Brttephen Bulger: mother ol Mra. Mary Weltgcrwr. Mra Anna Bein-l.an, Mn. hlla Renn, Mra. Mar-ax aret Haitlnga. Mra. Agnca Cm- ay, Mrt. Genevtave 8chner. Mra. F"rancet rianaifan. Mra. Catherine Brooks, Thomaa and Stephen Bul-are-r; nineteen trandchildren and tnree ereal-grandcliildren. Friends Trceived at O Toole and O'Connor ytjneral Home. 6106 Second Ave.. Mazrlwood. Solemn high mau at tsr, sitphenl Church on Tueaday at IP a. m. CAHBIIK On Battirday evening, January M, Br.2. Halph Judcan. i-iusband of Martha McCalip Carrier, ol 110 Pavir. Ave, Bellevue If. la Uie requeat of the family that 1 rtenda and memoera ol fcureka I-odge No, 290 F. As A. M be re ceived at the Orlnn C. Plnkerton Terry, lotmeriy ol Brookllne: lath-J rr ui M, trcina niicuiirr, rieirn r. HobNOn. Catherine O. Otlllaan. Flor- enco T. vuaiil. Joieph W. and Lianiel U. Ferry: 1J grandchildren, & great-grandchildren. Pnenda re rrin'd at the Hemtiauer Slortuary, ;'i:to text Liuerty Ave., until wednradar morning at a. m. 8o. emn requiem huh maaa at Keaur- rcction church at 10 a. m. Pnenda invited FRANK Suddenly on Monday. Jan. ik. 1063. Charlca Prank, ol rIB Tripoli St.; brother ot John Frank. Funeral Irora the home ol Schrllhaaa and Son, 7 07 tart Bt. N. 8, on Thursday al 2 p. oi Frleuda invited. . FKILS On Biturday. Jan. 24. 1 !l,33. Victoria Bun, fries, of V3 Criighrad Si reel. t tie of the late wiuiant re. rnea; tnotner ot wir Ham C. Fries and Mra. Victoria Kiaphake; Blso seven grandchildren and two errat-grandciiildren. Fnenda received at the Joaepb Col-limn Funeral Home, oOd V, arring-ton Ave. Funeral on Wednesday. Jan. 30 at S a. m. High mass ol reouiem at St. Oeorge a Church at 9 a. m. Friends imued. nil. Sunday. Jan. 27, Carina Pull, aunt of Mrs. Cecelia Miller and Leo Schmltt. Frtenda received at the Limbachrr Funeral Home. 24 Holland Ave., Bradclock. Funeral on Wednesday, Jan. 30. High ma of requiem in Si. Joseph a Church at 3U a. m. Friends invited. Tit.HSTBRIIN-Biiddenly on Fri day. January 25, 1US2. Katharine North Negley Ave. Solemn requiem high mass, Bt. rtapnaet wnurcn, Wednesday. 10 B. m. LAllMtN On Sunday. Jan. 37 M'yj. William T. laydon, of 405 mute Ave., . B.. orotner ot Mrs. Mabel Young, ot Dttchley, Va., and the late Mra. Hasel Ijmmert, ol Mt. Lebanon, Irene Strain and Stella Kralt. Pnenda received, at the Heinhauer Mortuary, 2630 West Lauerty Ave. Services on Tuesday evening at I o clock. Friends Invited. l--uneral Home between the houra ; Hermann, ace 77 yeara. widow ol Henry u oerstorrin, late or 71a Atadison Ave. Beluved mother of Harry U. Hlldigsrd. Mrs. Mane OIary. Olile and Edward Oeraf brcin; sister ol Mrs. Anna Ber-bath: also S grsndchtldren. PrlendK received Bt the Joseph A. Papperl and Sons Funeral Home. 711 Lock-hart Street. Puneral Tuesday at S 30 a. m. Solemn requiem high ma5S at St. Mary's Church at 10 30 a. m. L, C. B. A., Branch 247, Invited. of 2-d and 7-9 o'clock. Services on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, tin lieu of tlovtera, dunations may be marie to the Free Hoapltal Bed -fund St Presbyterian Hoapltal) CAVIS On Saturday. Jan. 3d. 1952, Mahalia M.. wile of the late I saac Cavca. of ?76 Paulson Ave. lnrndt received at the Gaines Funeral Home. 320 Auhurn St.. E. E. sHervtcea will be held at the Rodman St. Baptist Church Wednesday. Jan. 3d. at 1 p. m. Interment .Allegheny Cemetery. HAJllll llS On Monday. Jan. 28, a S52, George A. t Jake! Chambers, of 627 Bememer Ave., East Pittsburgh. Ps., husband ol Lucy Thomas a; lather ot Oeorge A. Jr. and oordon L. Chambers: brother of IMrs. Fannie Beck, Friends received sat the VYolle and Bona Funeral Home, 304 Elertrio Ave . Fssi Pitta-Hurgh. Bervicea on Wednesday, Jan. 3Q, at 1 p. m CHI.KMI1KV MARSHALL At lh Ohio Valley Hospital, on Ssbbath. Jan. 27, 1963, Wade Marshall, of McCoy Rd.. fetow. Twp., beloved husband ol Clara Tretten Marshall: brother of Mra. Vernlt Clrvenger. Robert, Martin and Allen MarthaU. Friends received at the Clever Sr. Btover Puneral Home, Mt lilend Ave., Mc-Keea Rocks. Puneral serviceB on Wednesday. Jan. 30, at 2 p. as, "MeCARTVSiinday., January 37. 11162. Kllen McCarty of 1401 N. I.ang Avenue; aunt ol William ann waiter Schmitxrr. Friends received at the Albert F. Johns Funeral Horn.. Bennett Street at Lana Ave., from 3 to 9 p. m. dally. Funeral Wednea-da morning at o clock. Solemn rrnulem mass at Holy Rosary cnurcit at v ocioca. McKt .A on Saturday. Jan 2d. IU.2. Kathcrine w, tKittie Hcottl McKcuns. beloved Wile of Thomas J. MrKenna. of Clifton Library Rd., Bethel Boru; mother of Kathcrine S. McKeima, Mra. Jean M. Orosakopf; sister ol Albert Denny Rcott. Friends received at the Belnhauer Mortuary. 2030 West Liberty Ave. Services on Tuesday sfternoon at 2.30 p. jn. Friends Invited. SCHMIDT-On Sunday.' Jan. 37. 1962. at I .a a. m . Marry Schmidt. hinM husband of Norma Schmidt. brother of Morria and C B 1 1 a Schmidt. Mra. Harry Sunlit of Pittsburgh and Mra. Joseph Per-celei. of Karney, K. J Friends received at the Ralph Brhugar Chapel. B60 Center Ave , where aeryieea will bs held on Monday. Jan. 24. at II a m. Interaienl Beth Shalom Cemetery. SENl'NIS-On Saturday. Jan. 34, 1962. Kaaimer, husband ot U law Tilli. Ann SenuniB, of Mf3 West Carson Si . Pgh. 4. father of Mrs Mary Pello, Mrs. Agnea Oledl and Charles Senunia: alaa su grandchildren and two great-grsndcriU-rfr.o. Friends received at the A. J. Hater Funeral Hesse. SI 2 Chartiera Ave., McKeee Roc as. Puneral Wednesday at 1 10 a. m Requiem maaa id SU Vincent a Church at 9 a.s. SILXLCa-On Friday. Jan. 3. 1961. Mary Schlch. wila of Pater Sirller: alater ot Ixiuib exincn. Friends reieived at u tooie u O'Connor Punersl Home. 6104 Sec-end Ave.. Hatelnood. Requiem high mass at Bt. Ann a cnurcn on Tuesday at 4 am. Mas-Strait SI I ukttitl S7I9 PUBUS St. SM-S0 I-IS1N. HILL S rnuwera Dae Hill's onle store S4 I Mil Sea. Atlantic l-30l. u sm a Mi.iP nsirs laeTtta B 4e 'teaae l.tt.n 1 fcsen's MOKE! PLATES' nlLIIIID Btavans la saw avjie. Or Bawsi. IjJ putroooa St uaw Mcvaopg aT T-SSSb 107 Jealed Pre$3ls Cleaning and Painting Schenlef Fsrk Bridge mar be obtained In Roost 4.IU City-County Bunding Copies ol Con-trsct Plsns spd Specincstloni lor other prolecU may be obtslneg at as Room 440 City - County Bullilnr Chsires in the fnlluwini amounu win Be auaV ear ear, set of Plana and 'upnlrmmtal Spedflcetlorav Leers rarai Roadway Llrhi'ig It vanmn at recti Water Lines.. 1 00 All etneia. each 0 Checks covering said charges shall tie msde para bis te Treasurer, City at Pittibursh. The Mayor and the Director of the Department .1 Public Works reserve tne right ta refect any or all proposals. JAMES S DEVLIN. Director D. t. W. duvid l. uwsikci, stayoi. aiizvwBU on Baturdav. Jan JS, Walter, beloved sod ol Vincent and Babina sotyneai: orotner riapirii,,.. John. Joaeonine ana Ijonard. runsrai I run ,n. residence. 174-A Cotton Way, on Wednesday. Jan. 34). at 4 so a. m. Anie a maaa in at. swarya vnurw 44th St. at 9 30 a. m. arot aa Mlrko A. Snolsr. Friday morning, ol 1430 ruiton bi., n. o.. father of Mrs. Ruth Fryman, Jamea Mrs. F-athar Scolea and 4 grandchildren. Puneral from Neely a. i.u WM.navlv.nl. Ave.. N. St.. Tuesday morning at o'clock. Solemn requiem nigh mass at St. MlcnotBS tnurrn. r-MV on "... N. S . Bt 10 0 clock. Members of Lode 1131. C P. U. and fnenda invited. (.IIISON Sslurdsy, Jan. 26. 1962. Regis F. (Preach), son ot ths late John and Catherine McHtiih Oib-son; brother ol John M , Alfred A.. Charles J. and Mrs. Mary Margaret Reno. Friends received at A. Stssb & Sons Funeral Home. 900 Cher- tiers Ave.. Pltlatiureh 20. Reouiem l Moore. high mas in Bt. James' Church! Bisab and Sons Funeral Home, 900 MFVI.R Augusta M . age 44, died at her home near Klltsood City. I'a., Ba turd ay morning. Survived by one son. William F.. of KU-wood Cltyj one sister, Mrs. Catherine X,aw, of Kopnel. Pa., and two granddaughters. Services Tuesday at 2 o clock at J, a. rorter and non Funeral Home, at Fifth Su and Bell Ave., tllwoodCity, Pe MOUIiV: Salilrday, January 20, 1962. William, father ol Hampton and Hoy; brother of Mrs. Anna A. McClatei. Mrs, Kmma Wagner, Mra. Mina Bttltt. Alfred and Clarence Friends received at A. ay. Jan. 26. 1032, Frank Chernusky, late of Scrlbs Plsre. Mt. Trov, huahand of Margaret OrlfTm: Xother ol Mra. William Beiterman. John and Wil- t.am rh.rim.l.w Atn nri'lvaut hv five erandrhildren. Prlenda received ' Liaugherty Funeral Home. 3bU Lin at GurM Puneral Home, lowrie and ! coiri Ave. Bellevue, wher services on Wednesday. Jan. 90, at 10 a. rn. (.ill IlltS On Sunday. Jan. 27. 1962. Huth tnee Brown,, wile of M. Aierton Grubbs. ol 136 Breading Ave., Ben Avon; mother ol Mark Jr. and Ailllara B. Orutibi: daughter of Mrs. W'lllism 8. Brown and sister of Mrs. Hele Brown Crait, of Ben Avon. Friends received at the tdward T. ctardner Su., Troy Hill. Bervicea on -Wednesday. Jan. 30, at 2 p. m. ir'rienda and membera of Vlalmil lodge sre innted. will be held Wednesday afternoon at a oeiocK. itiiermenl private. IHIII KM f on Baturdav. Jin 24, Joseph, huabsnd of ths late CLKAKV-On Baturdav evening,. Anna Wick Habemet, ol 1226 Jan. 26. IM2. Amelia M. Schneider. Brownsville Rd.; lather of Mrs. In her 66th year, widow ot John I Eleanor Hupiniky, Mrs. Roaetta J. Clesry. 635 Taylor Ave.. Avalon; , hen, Mrs. .ma Mass. Mrs. cut mother of Mrs. Id ward C. Straub, sneih Macellaro, Mra. Pauline Miss Amy, tvdmond P , John J., i Beerher, Mrs. Irene I,avls, Mrs. I i.niei A , att y. Kinrnart j , and : uorumy rtyiand. Mrs. Biuriey uum Paul Ralph uleary; sister ol Rine 1-tart and John V. Bchneider; also ssurvlved by 12 grandchildren and 19 grest grandchildren. Friends re-c-e!ved st th. Betcher Mortuary, e33 California Ave.. Avalon. Services on Wednesday at 1 o'clock. JFriendi invited. . DtATON-Bunday. Jan. 27, 1962. att 446 s. rn-. Laura Kelnath. of 1600 Metropolitan St., wife of the late fcimer Deaton; mother of Martha Deaton and Mrs. Ruth Oll-leeple; grandmother of Charlea N. at,nd Marilvn D. atllespfe. Funeral avervlcrs st the James Lowrie Me-morisl Home, 1407 Chateau St. at Peiiniylvinia Ave., on Wednesday ast 2 p rn. Friend. Invited ' DI.I.K On Suiiflav vt-nliig, J.n. 27, 1B62, Fmma McWllllems. beloved wife ol John W. Deer; mother ol Mrs. soeraldine O. Oougliler, of 130 Haz-iett Hd Longvu Acres; also one atrandchild; sister ot John A. Mc-'Willisnu, of North Avalon. Mra. nna Lawton, of California, and Mrs. Laura Vatter, of Pittsburgh. J-'rlenda received at McDonald's JFunersI Home, sa California Ave., Avalon. .where services will b. held on Tlmmdsy afternoon at 2 00 o'clock. Members of Purity No. 411, o E B , Bill hold services Tuesday evening st I o'clock, brosky and Joseph Jr.. Bluo 22 grsndchtldren, and 19 great grand children. Fnenda may call at Uie Koonti Funeral Home. 1719 Browns. tilH fld. Funeral Tuesday at 3 &m. interment Melrose cemetery, rldgeviile. HAZARH Bsturdsy. Jan. 2G, at f g n. Hohpitai, Ttioinaa. beloved father ol Mrs. AnnamBy Oiaaer. Thomas J. and Oerald J. Hsizard: one sister, Mrs. Annie Lewis iNew Orleans, .a.i. Friends received at the Byrne Memorial Home, 701 North Negley Ave. Requiem High Mass at Bl. Kliran'g Church, Tuesday 9 a. m. Hi:HTOCK-on Saturday, Jen. 24, 11162, Knoch, beloved husband of Blanche Hrnstock. of 1934 Pioneer Ave . BrooKllne; atcprather of Mrs. Father Bell, of Welliville, Ohio, and lather ol Perry F., Bernard J., and B;ugrne . Honitock. .Friends received at the Belnhauer Mortuary. 2(130 W. Lloerty Ave. Services on Tueaday at 3 D. m. Friends invited. Interment In Jeflerson Memorial Park. III Hi hi.vkoi Till k On Saturday, Jsn. 26. 1V62. Miss Bertha M Herchenroetner. at her home. Chartiera Ave., Peh. 20. Services Tuehday Jnnuary 29. 3 p. ni. IL l.ri.RV"Bimday. Jan. 27. 19o2, Flisnueth Ateni. mother of Sr. Antnnlns. Mrs. Mary Bnlkey. Joseph and Stephen; aHto 16 grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren. Friends are Invited to call at the leo J. Henney Funeral Home. 323 Second Ave.. Carnegie. Funeral Wednesday with solemn requiem mass Bt Br. Joseph's Church at 9 B. in. (Pleas, omit lowers.! NI.II.V Wllhsm F . In his 92nd year. Friday, Jsn. 25, 1)62, at 1 p. m., at his home, 1114 Sherman Ave.; father ot fcdwln J., W. Her bert. Mrs. Jsna N. McNamara. Wal ter J., and ths lale Frank J. Neely; brother or Margaret and Paul Neely, also 10 grandchildren and 19 greal-grandcnitdren. Friends and members of Allegheny Council 286, K. of C. and Fort Pitt General Assembly fourth degree. K. of C, received at Ihe B. B. Devlin and Son Funeral Home, 602 Shermau Ave. Funeral on Tueaday with eolemn requiem high mass In BU Peter s cnurcn at in ockck. O'HAHK Oil Sunday, Jan. 27. Mary, wife of Ihe late Michael O Hare; mother of Mrs. Mary King. Dr. P. C. fcmmett P., James J. Fnenda received at the Henaler Funeral Home. 109 Fast 9h Ave., Homestead, Pa. Funeral Wednesday. Jan. 30. Bolemn requiem high mass at BL Teresa s Church at 9 30 a. ni. PATTY -Adelaide K., aged yeara, died January 3t, 1962, at 4 35 a. m. in Columbia Hospital, Pittsburgh, from a lingering Illness. Surviving srs husband, Harry Patty and 2 sons, H. Carl, of Murrvsville, RD No. 1. Earl O., of Export; 4 grandchildren; also 2 sisters. Friends will be received at the Farnest Funeral Home, Export, pa. Body will he In state In the Presbyterian Church, Murrysville. Tuesday, January 29. from 1 00 to 2 00 p. m, until time oi service. I bin Spring Garden Avenue; sur-Th rev, Oeorge McCrackrn and vived bv one aisrer, Mrs. MsryiRev. O. E. Keeler will officiate. Claris. Friends received at ths home I Interment MurrsyviHa Cemetery at UllTltlt'H On Saturday at hen of Bchellhaas and Son, 707 Esit St., N. B.. where services will be held on Tuesday st 2 p m. iloMNSON- At Fairfield. Mt Jan. 26. 11,62, Mugaret Louise, of 27 Msplewood Ave., Crafton. daughter of th. late Thomas F. and Charlotte A. Kidd Hoskinsonf Bluer of Mts. Sarah Obaorne, Fairfield, Me Friends may rsll st tho Jsmes A. Lamb Jr. Funsrsl Home. li5 Noble Ave., Crafton, alter 2 p. m. Sunday. Services Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. residence. 811 Franklin St.. Mc Keeaport. Mrs Clara Neeton Dietrich, widow of Adam; mother of Wary, Ct'herine. William and .yeam: daughter of the lsie James and Miry Itsoel MrBride, sister of Cnsrles V., Albert R,. Mrs. Anne JDoyle, Alice Neeaon, of Pittsburgh, and Adrian P., of Bells Vernon Tunersl Tuesday morning at 9 30 from her late residence. Solemn Fiigh mass In Bt. Pius Church at 3 0 a. m. Interment In North Side r'siliolic Cemetery. Pleuie orult floweri. 111 TltH H-7iddenly."on Sunday. Jan. 11162, at H a. m., Catherine Hose Cll'ilrv. IWoveil wife of Mnx o. Ineiricli. of 31. -'3 Biiytrie W,, JV. S.; iiimher of W(. Clara Walton. Frirmli received at (leo. W, lieard and S)n Funeral Home, 4047 perrjrville Ave.. N. 8. Services on Wednesday at 2 p. ni, - b()TV-At 'wektnort.Ctiiin.,-Jaii. 55, 11162, Blanch Rues Doty, wife of U isle Lt, Alvah U, Doty; daukh- JOIINSON On Sunday. Jan. 27. IH62. Mrs. Mnrr Johnaon, late of 714 Fifty-third Rl b. loved mother of Mrs. Mnrgsri't O'Connor: sister I of Mrs. I'.mnis Hrllwr end Hcnnnn Biin;hrt. Fricnil rrcrlved st the King Funeiitl ildine, Butler Bt 5'J'd St. Requiem high mass Bt Bt. Kiersn s Church on Wednesday at 10 a. m. KIINAV At her lat residence, 614 Betchwood Ave,, on Jan. 24, at 4.20 a, a., iluabtta P., wile ot th. Murrysville. I'l l II LR Suddenly, Sunday morning. Jsn. 37. 1962, Lewis Frederick Jr . beloved son of Lewis F. and Helen Knsell Pfeifer. of Valencia, Pa : brother ot Mrs. Betty Cashdollar and Karen K. Pleifer. Fnenda received at McDonald s Funeral Home. Mars, Pa., where services will be held Wednesdsy afternoon at 2 30 o'clock. RtABK On" Sunday, Jsn. 27. 1962, Iculse Pliimliaum, age 94 yeara, formerly of Braddock. wife of the late John Reabe; mother ol Hurry. Ous. Fred. Kniil. Chsrles and Mrs. KllznOelh Brrhler; aNo survived by ifi grandchildren, 14 great-Ri'tttidchlldren, Friends received al Ihe F.lkin Mortuary, 4'h SI.. Norih Brnriduck. Funeral arrangements later. HllV-On Ralurday, Jan. 20, 1C62, Virginia Maine Roy ot 3104 Chartiera Ave., Bheraden, mother of JacK JHoy: daughter of Mr. and Mia, Ixiull Maucia, t'rlenda IB- STtli-On Jan. 2. 1453, Mary E. Steel ot 1014 rranklin Ave., VL'llLr. . riaushter ot th lata John and Smma Steel: alatar of Louis Steel. Friends received at Courtley Funeral Home, Franklin Ave. at Coal St., Wilkt., where services will be held Tuesnsy arwrnoon at s so. i"H.On"Sunday, January 27. 1453, Sigrld. ol 141 Dixon Street, N. S., formerly ol Biawnon, Pa., wife of Oscar F..S mother of Mra. Ruth YBeger; Hater of Mrs. Hilma Aharrah and trnest Kalstrand. ot B.rden; also survived by 3 grandchildren. Friends and members of th Vulvan Lodg. No. 24 of Uie 8 P. A. are invited to call at the Robert O. Jones Puneral Home. 3527 California Avenue. N. 8 , after 3 o'clock Mondav, where services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 3 o clock. S T F. W A B T On Sunday, Jan. 37. 1B62, at 1 30 p. ra.. at her residence. 0D33 Roaewood St., Ida Cardon Stecuart. wife of th late Clarence T. Stewart; mother of Mrs. James W. crookston; grandmother of Carul and Lynne Crookston. Friends received at H. Stmson'a. 637 Neville St. Monday evening from 1 until 9 oclock. Services and Interment Wednesday afternoon at Clearfield. Pa. St LI.IVAN At tha Veterans Hos- Sltsl, Rosnoks, Va , lata of 430 tratton Lane, P. John Jr., beloved son ot Florence John Br. and Elisabeth Barr Sullivan. Friends may tall at tha Baker Puneral Home. 239 Shady Ave. Requiem mats In Sacred Heart Church Wednesday at 10 a. m. Prlenda Invited. TiiiiKNtN On Sunday. Jan. 37 1062. tldor N, beloved husband of Karln Thoraen, of 1048 Peennont Ave., Dormont: lather of Doris l.aRouche. abba Hirrpttedt and Randl Wlllllmi: 1 sister, Btefsna Oieravold, ot Oslo, Norway; six erandchiidren. Frtenda received the Belnhauer Mortuary. 3630 Weet Liberty Ave. Nolle, ot funeral lajer. WAI RI KG-Herbert J.. past away Jan. 24 at ths veterans Hospital t limes. HI. He la aurvived by his wife Helen, his son Herbert Jr., hi siMrrs Bertha and Fdna. ol rtnrtn Brsddork and his brother F.lmer. ot Turtle Creek. Interment wilt be at Evergrem Cemetery atChicsgo. WHITTAtilR On Bun.. Jan. 27. 1062. Ora Fiks Whittal.ar, ot 439 Filmor Road, wife ol Ihe late Ralph J. Whlttaker; mother of Francis P and Ralph J. Jr.; sister of bila Kethon, Kmma Abraham and Charles Pike. Funeral from the Henninger Funeral Home. 4ii35 Butler BU on Wednesday. Jsn. 30 at 2:00 p. m. Friends Invited. wil.Hi I MS-On Bunday. JanrVl, of 752 7th St., Pttcairn, Pa.. Caroline C. iLensi, beloved mother ol Theodore, Welter, Mrs. Myrtle Bler-ley. Mrs. Marie Hill. Mrs. Berth Ciolc, Mrs. Doris Bpenliman, and Mrs, Clara Weight. Friends received at her late horn, where services will be held on Wednesday, Jan, 30 at i p. m. WOOL8I.AIH On Saturday, Jan. 28, 1952, Suisnna Richmond Wool-alalr, widow of Wllbert F Wool-slair; mother of Mra. Eflie Stewart, Mrs. Ocisvia llowderahell and Sidney Woolilslr; alater of Phillip Richmond; alio six grandchildren. Friends msy call at the Rodeniser Funeral Home, 150 South Negley Ave.. Fast End, wher services will b. held on Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. VLAtil.ft raklor Howard P., Bt Ann Arbor. Mich., beloved hutiband ol Norma t'dith Wilt; father of Curtis and Kaihleen: beloved ion of Catherine Veairer: brother of Mrs. Hilda Srhwaru. Mrs. Helene Schlott and Cherl.a Yeager, Fnenda received at the Winter Tuneral Home. 4730 Friendship Ave, From noon Tuesdsv until Wedneiday noon will ly in stste at Bt. John a Luth-ern Church, toth and Howley 8ta Wednesday from 12 30 p, m. to time of service Bt 3 30 p. m. The family desires that In lieu ot flowers that 4 remembrance be made to a charitable organization. IS'KOn Saturday Jan. 26. at T a. m.. Martha A. Davidson, widow ol Chsrles Zlnk. of r0?3 Mountlord St.. mother of May v.. F.lntt and Frank B Zlnk, of Fort Worth, Tevas; sinter ol Mra. Grace Drlncy. Mrs. Florence Kulin. Bsrnuel B.. and i. Burton Davidson: also two grandchildren. Friends received at tha Frank W. Bunon'a Funeral Home, 2025 Perryaville Ave. Services on Tueiday afieruooa at 3 oclock. OaTICTlvg aerviceav Aaetime. ang-wnerr. aoaSaeatlal. lieensea Prole. siuaal larsstigaiioD Agericy. Cau u. 1-4434: 441 at nlgnt ROSARY Hurting Home Convaiea-eenta. serai-invsild. aged. Dr. .Loretta Vogel. 1542 Svergreca Ave. MlUvaie 1-S351-J. TOUR MARSiAOI UClSBI SgCURIO Orals lYINIfll,'!-,, 1E2 l egal HsUxtt CSTATI .1 Settle w. Wrtteagel. de ceased, ef P No. 134 ol 1953 Letters lestementary on her eslste were grsntrd to the onderslgnr wno reuaesti all persona having rlalana ur demands against Ihe estste or decedent to anas anown in-same and sli persona indebted t decedent to aisle payment allheal de lay to George T. emery, jr., ar., Baft rair End Avenue Fin... Pa.. Ol to GkORGS, T KMERY. JR., and william i. nobUM. inn., i.uj Peoples Sank aVdgiPib..Ps. ESTATK of Maada A. TkiBSBis.. decrssed. ef Pgn . No. 90S ol 1933. Letters c.t a on her ewtat were granted to tne underalsned wno reaaesta all persons hsvlng claims er demands -gains' the estate of decedent n ansa, known th. same and all Der sons Indebted to decedeot to make ffrraent witnout aeiar to vtoi.eri AY THOMPSO!) R1NIHART. Adra. II, 8603 Harriet St. f ih . Pa. or to ROSIRT 1- PRIOR. Ally., 3404 Grant Bldg., Pgh.. Pa. ESTATE ef aaawaet l" fewer, la. erased, ol Pin . No. 303 of 1951 Letters testsmentary on hla astste were granted to th undersigned who requests all persons hsvini claims or drmsnol sislnst the estste ol decedent to msir anown the ssase and all persons indebted to decedent to make payment without delay t SAMUEL k POWER. Jr. Ettr., 493U Greenwood St., Pgn.. Pa, ar to HOMER T NEWLON. Jr., Ally.. 1S0S Law Finance Bldg.. Pin., Pa. ESTATE of Martha Jsae Nwsa Brett jt Martba J. S. Kelt, deceased, of Allison Pars. No 304 ol 1951 Utters of adtnlnlalrstlon on ner estate were granted to the anderstmed who re-oaestl sll persons having clslras or demands agamat the estste ol decedent to make known th same end all persons Indebted to decedent to make payment without , delay to MARION P. SCOTI, Adra. Mt Roysl Blvd.. Allison Park. Pa , or to HOWARD S AUI-D Al'LD GARROW, Attys, 831 Frick sidr. Pgh. IS. Pa. INT THE Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County. Pennsylvania. To Dorothy Helen Heltman, Defendant: You sre notified that the case of Robert John Hellman vs. Dorothy Helen Hetlmsn, No. 1830 April Term. 1950, will be tried on Pebrusry 30th. 1952. at 9:30 a. m. City County Building, Pittsburgh, Ps. W. T CORHETT Attorney lor Plaintiff. 1400 Jones Law Bulldlni, Pittsburgh. Pa In THE Court of Common Pleas ot Allegheny County. Penniflvanla. To Leon Eldred Henness. Defendant: You are notllled that the case of Mary Vlrglnls Hartnea. va. Leon Eldred Hartneas, No. 3134 October Term. 1951, will be tried on February Bth. 1983 at 9 30 A, M., S. S. T. PER-RARO AND CLUCK. Attornegl for Plain! III. 1101 Standard Ufa Bldg. Pittsburgh, Ps. DUFF A DOYI.E. Attorneys. 509 Union Truet Building. Plttiburgh 19. Pennsylvania! Notice II hereby given nf mi.ntinn In Ale Artlr ea ot Incor poration wllh the Department of state ot the Commonwealth oi rennayivsni. at Harrliburi on Thurarfay, January 31. 1B62. IOT a c.eriinvair ui nr,ratln nf . OrODnSfd bUSlnrlS COr- porstlun to be orsanlied under the Bunnell Corporstlon law oi tne commonwealth of Pennsylvania, approved 8 May. 1033 ea amended, said corporstlon to be nsmed STANDARD CONSTRUCTION CORPORA T I O N. The purpoaea tor which the corporation la organlird- To deUn, engineer, labrlcate and erect sll typea of Industrial and domeitic bulldlnn and structures of sny snd all types: to repslr. alter and renovate exlatlni itructuret of sny snd sll types: snrl for three purpose! to hsve. poaseai snd enjoy all the nihil, privileges, pnwrn smi Im-munlllel ef ths said Acts ol Assent-hlv. Lost vi Fesl I Kii!i Rsii Wastd CLERK Young man to hrp itortrmfit rvenrdi No 'Mrlt-ilC BMfUlirT. lallilt b hlfh chool xrtslutt M4 htvt drlvtr s 11- ctnic, Gooa id.ry, Appijr in pnon a. m to 4 p. in. Pittftwrh OuMoor AdvfrlUlliI. CO.. 36 10 Filth . CREDIT MANAGER for Beaver county's largest furniture store: must Be experienced and capable ! I .a Waller R Grose Fumitara Co. SOI lull reaponalBllltlea pnone vei Fall 9300 for aaapintsrirnt SO SeveMB Ave . Beaver Palis CHOW, red. Been, new vicinity, me- dluai alse. carted tell, "Tesdr; " i Pet it child gnevlog Rewsrl. Le- pigs 1-344 3 DIAMOND Ring ISaaallirwkll golat: s-tn.: Thiifa,, yuariM 1. inwi ,SyM ,u , Submit fume of wotk, ex FOUND On Bridge In Schenley Park White Spits collie, aula, stoat 3 years old. Owner tall Man Laaiduaa. GR 1-4439. COLLEGE . GRADUATE Fof Supetvitory Wofk i in a Rfldio Assembly Plant Electronic Background help ful but not required. LADY'S ElgUs Watch White gold: oat Saul-rel Hill Oailand vicinity. Gradaailoa present- Seward. JA 1-3344. LADY'S Wrlalwalck Lilly Msrle Smllh: etclnlly ol 9700 ine roroea St. Reward. uocusii-07ao. WALLET -Lady's reo leather, containing money, license, etc. Thursday. Downtown. Pittabunb. Reward. Hem-Iocs 1-8875. WIRE-HAIRED terrier, white wMh black spots. Friday. Momlnlalde v. clnlty Child I pet. Reward. Montrose 1-1111. WRISTWATCH Lady s gold "Senrus lost Thursday, Jsn. 24, great sentimental value. Reward. FE t-4914. 2 Maie Kela Waatd ACCOUNTANT Must have General Motors bookkeeping experience. Steady work. Top wages. Vacation, etc. Cook Chevrolet Co.. 3434 East Carson St., Pgh. FIE 1-4747. APPLIANCE SALESMEN W can iitt 9 mn with can. Uatft furniahtd Hlfhnt rnmmliiioni paid plus iiCBllnt bMui plan: opporlunit)r for advanmii. fhotu Mr. Camack. Locuat 1-144P. Architectural Draftsmen txprlanct4. mm want4 on tchooti. hoipllala and commrrcui work. Stat quallftcattoni and talary. . Sc timer. Rlttenhouac, BoarU Bloc Klttuioini, Pa. AUTO Mchanic Hifhot warn M brat worhinc crJit)ona in town Unl vrrtal Motor talcs, Butler, fa. utlvr 4705 BUS DRIVERS Oreyhound Lines are now seeeptlnt applications rmm men inter eaten in ,hi, l.n. al work. Tealnlns will be ronducted on satutdsy and Sunday and will not Interfere wllh your present lob. Interviews Oel'T I. n. to 9 p m. No InformslHin will be given he telephone. Apoly In person " nivtaion fiuoeilntendent Office, iono California Ave.. North Side. Pittsburgh petience and education. Wnte Box F-428, Sun-Ielegreph "blTMAKERS WANfELT Muit w familiar with maklnt dtat fn rtioni It tom ar t fait. Ant -clan man witn toua rrrcrtnee. oamo rouf DO yOU NEED $125 TO $150 PER WEEK? Wc Dfd on man and on man only who muft mtkt that murh aacn and wry weei, Th min irltcttd will have a dtminrt pmition at a fuaraniwa Urv dIui an at trad I vr commlMlon and booua plan. H muit hav a car ana be wminf 10 roiiciw our irainini The rirht man can t loac. Applf Mr. Marahatl, 109 Penn Ave., after 10-30. 2 Iteit Ksla Waitsi MILLWRIGHTS" Immedlale epenme. foe allBed i-psrisnced mliiwrignts. Substantial isrtua a Audit 9 00 A M to 4:00 P. M. Monday tnrumrt Friday ErapluyaseBt Office. ' SCA1FI COMPAHY 34 Asm Street OstBOat, Pa. uvtuv WMf.uran, sesnarw.EBIiert. end Able to hsndle penonnel Good r.r.r.ncei Apply Msnaier. Rhe. i Rratauiant SmllhSeld sna Wster St DRAFTSMEN Cnrrgusted IP. M.I sheeting, and roof Ine saDerience deslrsble. Aoplr ir wrttlng. Personnel Director, aoa SSS, rgn. iibi. ra. Draftsmen and Engineers Taylor Wilson Mfg. Co.; See Mr. McConnell Chambei of Commerce Bldg. ERECTORS For ateel ataira and ornaowntal Iron raillnii, itcad loo, eicrilent worktnt ennrtitiom. Apply South HIHa Orni-men Ul Iron Co , 3438 W. Uberty At. FIREMAN Shinerlraced and licensed operator for MEN WANTED Steel Fabricating Shop WELDERS . Fitters Layers Out Helpers Machine Shop Operator! PITTSBURGH Dcs Moines Co. NEVILLE ISLAND NORTH AMERICAN AVIATION, INC. ENGINEERS DESIGNERS & DRAFTSMEN H tns fsatlayyias tetdat Stfuchir HyJ'"Iib Csstrsli rrwsi Planf Eltttlital Serl F4r- Italia) lUaUf AaiawyMrnie l4Mjin 6ar Hl I Ygn IwtrunviBta WiM I Fioctsi EniA4rs Steaai AitalyriU Enstneen wtt relstvd eiusneaa 41 atrttodl a gselr. rsefinicai Writera) and 111 ware roea with avseaantestl egperteiic Bus preKratki al Ooswatlni and 4aln-UsM BMBwala for las aatlllart tarvIM at rats ted as las. EagtasertaB Peraosmet one NORTH AMERICAN AVIATION, INC. 4100 fast fiftk Avt. Calsmbsjs 1. Ohe NURSERY MAN 107 Scaled Proposals CITY OP PITTSBURGH . DEPABTHS,.NT OK PUBLIC WORKS January a4, ltisa. 1, Sepsrsle and sealed protasis for the toiiuwing will be received st tne oflice of Ilia City Controller, City-County Building, until 10:00 A. M., eunero stsndard Time. Kebruary 8, 1953. snd will be publlrly opened and read one houe later In Room 440. Clty-tounly Building. C0NSTI1UCT1ON OP SRWERS Delres Wsr and Pllnt Wit, tri rd point about 35' E. of Cllcrest St. to fclssen Bt. la ana to i. i- nw. Donion Way. from B point about SO' S. of sniie K. of 67th St. to ?th St, 10'' and IS" T. c Pine. Leavltt St . Psllow St, and private Proneity, from crown on leavltt st . fi. W of Fallow St to cutting sewers on Fallow and Llnial Sts. 4 T. C ''"Mount Roysl Road, from N. Terminus 10 Forward Avl. 18 T. C. rip. UcirriNO Imtsllstlon of Lighting Pscllltles on new sreess rosdwsy to Leech Farm Sanitarium and Veteran! Administration Neuropivrhtatrte Hoipltsl, from Washlnston Blvd. and Irom Wlltile St. Ext, Contract No. I, Resdvsrtlss- menti, MISCICf.rAMEOt'S rteinlnl. Painting and mlscells-neoiia repslrl to tne Srhenley Park Brldce ovtr Panther Hollow. Furnishing Laying and Relsylrl Cait Iron W'ster Pipe snd spourte-nencei on villous ilree'i throushoul the city. Contract No. 4. Conitrucllr.n of Speclsl Msnhole on Ouqurine Way st ajvani Wiv. tGats-wsy Csnter Contrsct No. 3-AI, BOILER INSURANCE Pronertv rsmaTS and Publli! Liability Inaurtrice, includme Inspection, for a term of three yean, on steam boiler and unflred pressure veasell located tn vsrlous bulldinrs under the supervision of the Pepartment of Public Woria, Public Safety. Parka and Recreation and Lsndi snd Buildtnei a. All olds must be made upon the prepared form of oronossl to be obtained st Ihe Contract citllce. Room 410 ritv.f.unv Bnl'itlni. on snd Aftr Jennsrv JS. ' H3. 3. Rirts, exreut'ne those tendered for Roller tn.iirsrte envrase, rn" he scenmnsnd by s bond in t'e ernnunt of ISO ner rent nf l'e esll-mitid coil ot the project under con-aidrtllnn ss'd hood 'ill be dolv snd leralle ertecuted Wllh a atlrelv or truil eomoany which haa compiled with Iht Clly Ordlosncei mating 4. Copies ef SperinratlrmS for BoUeT Insuranca covarsiB and lor ( annv nd Pender Man waves and brat wnrklne conditions town t'nlverssl Motor Sales. Boiler Pa Butler 47s Bus Operators and Street Car Operators Applicants tJ t SO rears ef lee considered Must have driviag partenc. During training period 'Hat. of Pae at it pm houw After training Is eosnolrte rat. al par range from SI to 41 Bl per hour. MaHmpt rate of II BS attained after II mom hi' terries. ' Apply in or nun tlondae tnroutn Friday a sa. ta 4 p.aa. Pgh. Railways Co. fifth floor 4SS Slsth Avt . Downtown. Pitt- Pa larva hnll.r. rtlthest sjinghsm St. Strung Soap Co., 70S giprrlence-l In buying, selling and SPOHER for Dry Oeanincj Department Experience necestary Call Fairfax 1-3810 TELEPHONE Sslesman Advertising in SturM for timber commerce. Apply N. R. Marteny. Port Jaeaaoo Hotel. Warnsburg. Pa TWO nun willing to work ', dart a week. Short hours, good pay Sll Wabash Sldg. Wholesale Toy Salesmen Eaperlrnred only. Eslaahshed elly and outf-town territory. Drsw and coen-mlisions: Ireraediate placement. 1093 rirth Ave. young Men 25 or Over To work In dry cleaning plant: ategdy wurs. Aoi.iy In person 11 a. as. t 4 p. av Ubtrty Cleaners. 9101 Liberty A venae NO PHONE CALLS I IfcjKw.'jSal E tndependrn, Sell Rawlelgb Products 11 out nearby locality ooaa. Write today rlawlelgb a, OrpL PNA SJ4 D. Chester. Pa ksre BOW-Tesrsraaa Meat Ada al Latshaw Drug Store, .301 Center Ave.-r..h e f tin ant KSsg) KsnstSj BEAUTY Operator Must ha v. espert- sih. autnrrei aiiis toiiowiog prere Beautiful aew anop. MA. 1-47ST. BgAimflAN Ormortunlty at Beaer If denied, rapabi. f Uklng ear ad Snsncisl atattltlcs. Write full pa rt tell i all. Boa r-470, Sua-Tsliirspb. BOOKKEEPER aUperlsocea. T aurt Usuawd lately. HA 1-9719. BOOKKEEPER Accounts recelvstrie; knueledgt of raachlne buokaeeplng neceassry Apply Penwnntl Office, Hotel William Penn. CLERK for genersl trifles work, typ ing; gs to oo years r ate. nt. Mar garet Memorial Hoapitsl, 344 44111 St. MaySowtr 1-J100. 4 COLORED WOMEN Increue your lncooit on a four -hour mitt tiklnr ordtn for J. ft. Wauim Prodneu. Choam four boum. No ly ofU. Ilnnrr'i Mltrr ?tc pr hour. AppJjt to i v m. onlr. 4S Hernia Avt. PR EI room. iBMrd. idtrif twui of tmploM ptrivon to tlvc Hri inoihr( too. Write F-7, tun-TtUgrtiptu GCNCRAL work, rhfekinf nwbly, rtr. Applr Conol.JtH OiUtlna Co , ft01 Bryint St.. Batt End. GIRLS I. B. Gained Machine Opeiator Noa-draft statu; uperirnce urel.nrd: i inesnerirncedl jtust nave nigh school edtcathm. aaerhanieaiiy inclined, steady work guaranteed Purb-t Bens rrooucu, iivb igvivw wirw. ulorunSrld Bridget. m.n ami.. Mual know all brsnrhi nursery itock. Tear roand lob for right man. Writ A-470. sua-Ttie- grsph. Tt work to dry cleaning plant. Apply In Hereon. No ahone calls. Ubertf Ceaiitrt at Dptrs, 3401 Ubtrty A. r.IRL Under 90 years, muit be B'T" tall, itrong, to be comosnloo and car for young active, seml-akvalld lady. Live in Miami, rnorioa. in wers, room, board: pwrmanent Iteptv rjy ... ,-ITtT rally, .1 sun pwiiv-i-.. ' . m Un IV t-W. &4B1 Beacon at., rgn. it. PLASTICS Man reoiilred for operating pleat I e lat , moulding mscnine, witn or wurioui r-parlance Vlbro-Roll prodacls, 1431 LEADS LEADS LEADS " SALESMEN " ' rnnrsTlnNAl. IALESMAS wanted by , New and Used Car experienced. Top 37-year-ol4 school. Mult have Utr money, lo lop men. Bee Joe PrBncig, model ctr, No compellllon. Load, of i UGHW AY MOTORS, NC. SI 50 weekly. Write, giving experience. K Smith. Art Instruction Inc., BOO S. tlh Street, Minneapolis IS, Minnesota. MACHINIST CAB DRIVERS Hignest tsse nouir- oay Pull at aai time. PEOPLES CAB 947 L'sfusa al Liberty v, il Bi.. i Held Bridge CAB DRIVERS ruM Time Kitinluy merit. Cnmmisiton IS. t dim Pild Vaot.on Aller On-Ycar'l ftrrvlct. Hfportlni Pay Brfdl. Down Py tj Gutrtntft Tr UU Iniuranc flick and Aecldtnt In urinr, Tlie Bft raid Urlvini jou In thk" rouniw. YELLOW CAB CO. 3 ROSS STREET CABINET MAKERS WOOD SHOP MACHINE MEN Must Be esnerlenced la Store nature Work APPLE Flannery & Associates, Inc. fOOl BstiiTi Blvd. MU. 1-0292 CARPENTER Mill man or bench hand must have st least S yean' ei-perlenre. Api;ly 1410 N. Hoiaewood Ave., Ph Pa. CLAIM REPRESENTATIVE Kxptrlenced cUtm adjuntor or fradiiataf dlrfi1 by Urf Innurancr rominy. be Mr. Giblt. 307 InveaO mrnt BMg. mam CLERK --"Altrntlnii hmirir no lir. opportunity for acfvinfcmfnt Pfnn .vitimfiriniit,: iwllftit ODDortunlty: chance for advanMrnPnt. Epra 1-07.1. vioro-Kou rrooiicu ii Penn Art, MACHINISTS" To operate Boring Mills, Planers. , Lewis Foundry & Machine Division BLAW-KNOX COM PA NT Greveton. near Corsopolis. Pa. spaiaing i-nuu Machinists and Machine Tool Operators , See Mr. J. J. Sonnet, Taylor Wilson Mfg. Co. McKeei Roeki, Pa. MANASER Loan office; tats full charge of imall Ivan unit: good starting tiliryi rictllent future, ewnerl eiice neceiiary. Phom Mr. Stewart for appointment, Calrtoa a-000. MAN-ROUTE WORK ton no lo tino oo every ween. Wt train snd finance at ttsrt. Csr needed: Prrmment Comm. Work sppolntments, not rtnviiiint. Call Puller Brush Co., CR 1-497B. MSN Pull or osrt time to help wllh .la si nrr hour eommllalon. Isklil- ord'ts In your community for hosiery .nsene (tresses snu mm a ww. m-nl ft, wHte n.si silk. Inc.. 110 Clsrk Bide. Grant t-143. 1401 BrIIWoo ltd., N. S. PA 1-7000 SALES OPPORTUNITY For a youni mftn who dfalrta lo b lurcraaful ialrn-.an. Thli Ii a nat tonal orfantMtton tn nfflrt eqMipfnftit with mtrf thin 30 rfum nuccpfilul r,r. anca In the manufactuit knd aaln of HI product. II J"Jtt can gunny w will ftvr you a food aaliry plua bemw 'vhll you Icam. If yw arf lonkn-tor a prrmanfMt roattlnn. with qutrk ,.wnre.-.nnt nn V" Rra'rtv 'r ap potntnunt. MV1 MH8l-41ftl. s ; SHOE REPAIRMAN Man experienced in shoe repairing. Permanent, full lime employment. Apply Employment Office, 4th Floor Joseph Home Co. female Help Wanted H. J. Heinz Co. Hii several interesting positionl avsilabli lot . Stenographers I Clerks I -day w!t, re insurance, pcniioa plsn, company operlteil dining room. Apply rtrtonntl Divitios fioerett St., N. S. a Ttkt Ctrl M i l l froai Downtown 'housewives' Are yoo ansiows Tu add lo til. fam ily IncumeVor outilde contacts to breek tlie monotony uf nouaehold routine, team about th. real sooner ba4 ntlifirilon that uther bouMwtves Juat like youtaeit ate enjoving. Plexlblt hiiura, Vou need a car, for Interview, please rail collect, Mr. atls.a. Glenahsw H3i. LADIES Pull or part time to neip with sste, IS per hour cummlulon, tsking orders In your community for nosiery. lingerie, dresses and tnen'a wear. Apply or write Rett Silk. Inc. 1104 Dark Bids Grant 1-1434. MAILINO DEP'T CLEBK 10 to 34, downtown: pleaiant working conditions: some typing: opportunity lor advancement, stste sgt ana sspe-rience. If any. Write P, o. Boa 614, Pgh. 10. Pa. MOTHERS, rated ""aionty' Pleaaant work and hours to suit your conveni ence. No experience neceassry. csn Avon Proonctt. Grt 1-2433. Comm. NURSE Registered, complete chtrg. aft, moon shirt. Attractive aalan. Jewuh Mom. for Aged. JA 1-S400. SPARE TIME-PART TIME , Extra Cash WORK EVENINGS AND SATURDAYS Supplement your present incomd $40 of mora per week. Learn 4 Me buiincii t our iipente. Erptrieneg unnecetitry. refer men mechanically inclined. nd let minded. Should h.v car. If this interest! you, call ATlantie 1-4151 for Wedngid.y evening appointment. GIRLS . IN PITTSBURGH ; - AND VlCINITy VARIOUS TYPES OF WORK Itartlng wages are sood with several in-...reases the first year. There are real opportunities for advancement if you qualify. Working conditions are ideal. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE open ' V;.;. SATURDAY UNTIL NOON . DAILY: 8:30 A. M. TO 5 P. M. THE BELL TELEPHONE CO OF PENNA. , 416, SEVENTH AVENUE.ROOM 131

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