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20-r,l0ST-GAZETTE! Tues., April 19, 1977 PEOPLE & Places Obituary News Tie Rights, Aid, ainese Admit sad Drought Joseph F. Malak, T T? d Chinese leaders told visiting British Conservative T a . f 1 , Ken. rrazer Says 5? District Educator By FRANK M. MATTHEWS 0 Post-Gazette Politic Wrtter U.S. Rep. Donald Frazer, D-Minn., last night orged that the United States withdraw military aid from nations that suppress their citizens and named South Korea and Chile as outstanding offenders of that moral view. Frazer, who is one of the liberal, reform-minded members of Congress, told the annual dinner of the Americans for Democratic Action (ADA) at the Pittsburgh Hyatt House in Chatham Center that President Carter will have support in Congress for his course in that direction. Too long, Frazer said, have the economic and mili. tary consideration of the United States abroad taken precedence over this nation's moral views. "We have a long way to go to escape from our past Frazer said. U.S. support for repressive governments has been notorious. Frazer reminded his audience that President Carter has taken a firm position that troops will be withdrawn from Korea. He had been asked earlier if there is danger of a South Korean takeover of some 40 nuclear devices known to be in that country. "They'll come out first," he said. Frazer is chairman of one of two House subcommittees investigating influence exerted by the South Korean lobby in the United States. His group is concerned with the broad picture of lobby pressure, while a subcommittee of the House Ethics Committee is dealing with specific instances of possible subversion of members of Congress. He said the investigations likely will go on for a long time. "The Justice Department thinks it knows a lot, but it will have a difficult time in establishing evidence suitable for court procedures," he said. Frazer was the main speaker at the dinner, which honored newly elected U.S. Rep. Douglas Walgren, D-Mt. Lebanon. It also was a first for newly installed Mayor Richard Caliguiri, in that it was his first chicken dinner since he bacame mayor one week earlier. Gas Cutoff Threat Stirs Munhall Ire A group of Munhall area residents said last night they probably will lose their homes unless gas company officials lower rates and reverse threatened disconnections for nonpayment. . More than 50 residents complained that gas bills are already out of their financial reach and that they used less gas last winter but had higher bills than in previous years. They also said they didn't know how they would be able to pay for the high bills while trying to prepare for future high bills. "My dad, who works in U.S. Steel, said he is going to have to work until he dies just to pay the utility bills or lose our home," one young man said, "and I'm not going to let that happen He began sobbing and said, "I'm not a violent person tut I may have to resort to violence because there is no way I'm going to let my parents lose their home." Another man said if gas service is shut off, as threatened, "you can look for a riot that will make the riots in the 60s after Dr. Martin Luther King's death appear mild." ' Some 300,000 gas customers statewide have been issued disconnection notices if their gas bills aren't . paid, according to the Public Utility Commission. The residents charged that Mrs. Helen O'Bannon, area representative to the state Public Utility Commission, "is a representative of the companies and not the consumers." , "We've lost a lot of faith in her," one man said. "She said she was for the consumer but so far everything she has done has been for the company." .The meeting was sponsored by the Group Against Smog and Pollution and held in the Munhall Borough Building. Weight Is Needed For Truck Sticker Truck and trailer owners can now get 1977 registration stickers from the Pittsburgh office of the Pennsylvania Bureau of Motor Vehicles, but if you're one of them and you want to avoid major frustration, read your application first. "If the renewal applications sent to truck and trailer owners from Harrisburg do not contain the gross weight and fee, the Pittsburgh office cannot issue a sticker," said Catherine B. Knoll, regional director of the bureau. "We can forward the application to Harrisburg for processing, but we cannot issue a sticker. Only those applications that list the gross weight and fee can be processed immediately. Mrs Knoll said numerous applicants have been showing up at the State Office Building, Downtown, waiting in line, and then finding out they can't get a sticker on the spot. :The deadline for 1977 registration for trucks and trailers is May 30. Unlike the just completed registration deadline for automobiles, trucks and trailers will be getting the paste-on stickers and not new license plates. .Truck registrations are based on gross weights. They range from a $252 registration fee for Class 9 vehicles (30,000 pounds) to $606 for Class 20 trucks (73,280 pounds). The new trailer fees are $6 for trailers weighing 3.000 pounds or less, $12 for trailers weighing between 1 3,001 and 10,000 pounds; and $27 for trailers weighing more than 10,000 pounds. Office hours at the Pittsburgh office of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. ,City Crime Report ; City police yesterday dealt with the following serious; crimes: ' ( Two bandits, one armed with a small handgun, held up the Concord-Liberty Savings & Loan Association at the Allegheny Center Shopping Mall, Northside, and escaped with an undetermined amount of cash. City robbery detectives said the men, both described as Approximately 25 years old and 5-feett-l0, placed the money in a plastic shopping bag and escaped on foot into the shopping mall No one was injured, police report ' Homemade jewelry valued at $1,000 was stolen during a burglary at the Led Bank Fine Arts Gallery, 5427 Walnut St., Shadyside. owner Ron Maser reported. . An 84-year-old Beltzhoover widow reported she was raped by man who broke into her home in the 400 block of Michigan Street while she was sleeping. The woman told police she did noi immediately report the assault, which allegedly occurred Thursday, because she could not identify the man Olin Mcintosh Jr.. 42. will face a City Court hearing next Tuesday for allegedly hitting his wife, Ollie, 38. on the head with pipe at their 267 Bonifay St home in St Clair Village Mrs Mcintosh, who police found hluodicd nd lying on backyard patm. wax in fair condition with e fractured skull in Mercy Hospital '. Rodger C. Brown M n off-duty West View police officer, who working security detail at Worth-side club, wak knocked unconscious and robbed of his handgun while tr ying to break up a fight t 214 W General Robinson St 14 ' . . i , . Thatcher Chinese leaders told visiting British Conservative party leader Margaret Thatcher last week that the drought in China was "very bad last year," she report-. ed yesterday in Hong Kong after a six-day visit to China. She was to return to London last nignt. Mrs. Thatcher said the Peking leaders did not elaborate on the drought situation. Official reports from China have described a massive mobilization to combat a drought described as the worst in the history of the Peoples' Republic. Travelers and foreign newsmen, however, have found few indications of drought or food shortage. Mrs. Thatcher declined to give any details of her talks with Communist party Chair man Hua Kuo-Feng, Vice Premier Li Hsien-nien and Chinese trade officials. She described Hua as "a man apparently very much in command." She said Chinese leaders are seeking "a period of stability in which they can still improve and develop their agricultural and industrial production." The opposition leader said the Chinese are interested in buying higher technology with the money they earn from exports. Slayer, 107, Asks Exile End Ed (Possum Slim) Myers, 107-year-old son of slaves, can peer across the border from Tavares, Fla., into Lake County, Fla., where he killed a woman two years ago, but he can't return. Now he's trying to convince a judge to let him go back. ' Myers was banished from Lake County after he confessed to shooting and killing a neighbor. He was given 15 years' probation on a manslaughter charge, with the exile a condition of probation. Myers' plea will be heard by a Circuit Court judge this week. Born along the James River, Myers was the son of Virginia slaves. He traveled across America picking fruit and loping before he settled in the tiny town of Sorrento in Lake County. He got his nickname as a youngster who skinned and sold opossums. In the summer of 1975, Myers pleaded guilty to shooting Louise Stewart, 51, during an argument. The late Judge W. Troy Hall Jr. ordered Myers out of Lake County for the length of his probation, which means he would be 120 years old before he could return. The only time he has returned to Lake County was to attend the funeral of the judge who banished him. Reds Heady for War Walt Gen. Lewis W. Walt, the retired Marine Corps general and currently a consultant to the Army and Navy, says the Soviet Union is ready to go to war and this country is too weak militarily to defend itself. Walt, on a nationwide speaking tour, said in a Denver speecn, tnat detente wwm,, and negotiatons to limit strategic arms haven't stopped the Russians from building the greatest military force in history. The immediate objective of the Soviet Union, he said, is the conquest of western Europe. He said military experts are convinced Soviet forces could take western Europe in 14 days, "and we don't have the Navy to reinforce, supply or even withdraw our own forces" in the area. Walt "They're ready for nuclear war and we're not," he said. "Think what a position of blackmail that puts them in." British to Host Carter President Carter will visit, during his European trip next month, the town in northeast England where George Washington's forebearers lived from the 12th to the 17th centuries. In addition, the British government has announced the President will stop in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne-the industrial city to which, as almost every American knows, one need not carry coals. Newcastle is 270 miles north of London. The trip to Europe will be Carter's first as President. His visit to Britain will be the first by an American chief executive since Richard M. Nixon went there in October, 1970, and his journey to the northeast will be the first substantial presidential trip outside London since John F. Kennedy visited Sussex in 1963. According to sources in Washington and London, Carter plans to fly to London on the evening of May 5, then spend about half the next day in Newcastle and in Washington New Town, the ancestral home of the first American president. A mass of Christian burial for Joseph F. Malak, 65, a prominent figure in vocational education, will be offered tomorrow at 11:15 a.m. at St. Jerome's Church, Washington Avenue, Charleroi. Mr. Malak, vocational director of Butler Area Schools and former principal of Charleroi High School, died Sunday (April 17) at his home in the Woodward Heights section of Charleroi. Before coming to Charleroi Mr. Malak had been vocational director of Weirton, W. Va., schools and then held a similar post in Clairton. He was a member of the National Council of Local Administrators and the Pennsylvania Vocational Association. He is survived by his wife, Cecelia Malak; a son, Joseph F.; a daughter, Mrs. Joanne Hoffman; and 10 grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Schrock Funeral Home, 226 Fallowfield Ave., Charleroi, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Burial will be in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Mike Lutheran, 62, Retired Police Officer Mike (Wimpy) Lutheran, a retired captain of the Clairton police department, died yesterday (April 18) in McKeesport Hospital after a long illness. Mr. Lutheran, 62, of 112 Wiegles Hill Road, Elizabeth Township, was an area resident for 50 years. He was also a former police captain for the West Elizabeth Borough police department. He was a member of the Borough and Township Police Association of Western Pennsylvania, Lodge 91 of the Fraternal Order of Police and was a U.S. Army combat veteran of World War II. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Alice Russell Lutheran; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Norma Troup of Vene-tia, Washington County; a stepson, Charles McCogney of Elizabeth; and three grandchildren. Friends may call today from noon to 9 p.m. at the Paul E. Bekavac Funeral Home, 221 Second St., Elizabeth where services will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. Burial will be in Roundhill Cemetery. Edward W. Morgan, Manufacturer's Rep Services for Edward W. Morgan, an auto manufacturer's representative and former North Hills resident, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the H. P. Brandt Funeral Home, 1032 Perry Highway, Perrysville. Mr. Morgan, 56, of Ridge Road, Champion, Somerset County, died Saturday (April 16) in the Frick Coin- . munity Hospital, Mount Pleasant. He was active in the Traffic and Transportation Association for 25 years and served as a member of the Automotive Affiliated Representatives. Mr. Morgan was born in Pittsburgh and served in the U.S. Navy in World War II. He later received his bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Pittsburgh. He was a member of the Indian Head Church of God, McKinley Lodge 318, F&AM, Scottish Rite, Syria Temple, Mount Pleasant Elks Lodge 868, Lions Club of Indian Creek Valley, American Legion Post 181 of Somerset and the Somerset Country Club. Friends will be received from 1 to 10 p.m. today at the funeral home. Burial will be in Highwood Cemetery, Northside. Mt. Lebanon Couple's Death Ruled Suicide An elderly couple found dead in the garage of their Mt. Lebanon home Sunday committed suicide, the coroner's office ruled yesterday. Abe Entwistle, 71, and his wife, Effie Mae, 70, of 11 Catalpa Place, had been found by relatives and neighbors in the integral garage after succumbing to carbon monoxide fumes, a coroner's spokesman reported. Entwistle was a retired employe of Mt. Lebanon and belonged to several fraternal groups, including American Legion , Post 156 and F&AM Lodge 91. He and his wife were members of Trinity Cathedral Church. He is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Watson, Mary Jane Entwistle and Mrs. Sylvia Eshel-man. Mrs. Entwistle, the former Effie Mae Johnson, is survived by a brother, Roy Johnson. Friends will be received at Hie E.B. Laughlin Funeral Home, 3310 West Liberty Ave., Mt. Lebanon, today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., where services will be held tomorrow at 1 p.m. Burial will be in Mt. Lebanon Cemetery. Shaler Schools9 State Policemen's Chief Supported Bias Appeal Nixed HARRISBURG (AP) - The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal yesterday charging that the Pennsylvania State Police discriminate against whites in hiring and promotion. But an attorney for the state policemen who brought the suit said the high court has agreed to hear a similar "reverse discrimination" case next fall. In that case, a would-be medical student has challenged a special admissions program at a California university that allowed less-qualified minority students to enter before him. "Both cases deal with the same issue: Is it proper or legal to give preference to a person because of his' race? That's why I think they refused to hear ours," said Gary Lightman, a lawyer for state policemen in the Fraternal Order of Police. , A spokesman said state police would have no comment on the decision because the department is not a party to the suit. Lightman represented three white state troopers who charged they were passed over for promotion in favor of black and Spanish-surnamed troopers who scored lower on promotion tests. Five white men charged in the same appeal that they were not hired by the state police in favor of less-qualified minority applicants. The Supreme Court's decision in the case of medical student Alan Bakke could become its most important on race relations since it outlawed segregation in 1954. It could effect affirmative action programs designed to bring more minorities into areas of education and Business affected by past racial discrimination. Jumbo Jets' Crash Toll: 579 SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) - History's worst aviation disaster claimed two more victims yesterday A man and a woman, who survived the jumbo jet airliners collision on the Canary Islands, died at the Brooke Army Medical Center yesterday A spokesman at Brooke Army Medical Center's special burn treatment unit identified the latest victims an Mrs Dorthea Kershaw, 58, of Borrego Springs, Calif., and Charles Miller. 73, of Escondido, Calif Their deaths brought the toll in the collision to at least 579 The county's school superintendents have urged the Shaler Area school board not to force the resignation of Supt. Regis B. Wiegand who they say "is highly regarded as an educational leader whose accomplishments are well known." The executive committee of the superintendents organization representing the county's 46 suburban school districts, warned school directors in Shaler: "Should Dr. Wiegand be forced to resign we are concerned that it will be unlikely that a superintendent of his caliber could be persuaded to serve the Shaler Area School District." Several weeks ago, five school directors asked the district's solicitor to write a letter to Wiegand asking him to resign. Wiegand said yesterday he will not quit. "I've recieved considerable support from administrators and the public," Wiegand said. "I appreciate the support but in no way could I advise them what they could do on my behalf." The advisory from the superintendents was sent to Mrs. L. Frances Mitesser, school board president and said: "Our understanding is that the leadership and achievements of Dr Wiegand are being completely ignored by members of the board who have requested his resignation. "We deeply regret this action as not in the best interests of schools and the children they serve." It was signed by 13 school superintendents and Harold E. Oyer, executive director of the Allegheny Intermediate Unit. Erie Man Held in Slaying ERIE, Pa (AP) - An Erie man has been charged with murder, rape and attempted robbery in the death of a suburban mother of two. Bruce Ward, 20, was charged with the slaying of Janet Needham, 32, of Harbor Creek Township. Her body was found hidden in shrubbery in southeast Erie Sunday Ward was placed in the Erie County jail without bail. USW Aids Victims of Flood The United Steelworkers yesterday contributed $50,000 to the American Red Cross to aid flood victims in the Appalachian area and the Southeastern section of the nation. USW President I W Abel said thousands of flood victims in the disaster areas are members of the union He said the contribution was approved by executive board members in a telephone poll Weather Hazy with i showers. chance of METEOCOi nr.ir A1 Demon Wariest temperature April wl s,.b o4 was 9 in 1941. Lowe temperature April 19 Mnie 104 was 10 m 183. AIRPORT TEMPERATURES I a.m 51 1 p.m 3 a.m so p.m J a.m. 52 5 p.m 4 a.m 49 4 p.m 5 a.m 45 s p.m 6 a.m. 45 a p.m 7 a.m 46 7 p.m I a.m 52 p.m J a.m 59 9 p.m 10 a.m..... 65 10 p.m II ajit 68 11 p.m Noon .Si Midnight Airport at 7 p.m. Yesterday .1 H Wther. 30.12 61 40 Calm Cldv. Comparative temp, and preclp. II lb V5 74 '73 -72 7? 16 69 65 66 75 Won Low ' Mean Preclp. Normal temp. Excess in temp. for me dav Excess In temp. this month Deflc. in temp. Total preclcir mis monm.wMM. Normal preclp. Excess In pr'ecip. lorai precip. this year Normal precip. Deflc. In precip."' mil year ............ CITY OFFICE DATA Period Fnrilna 4 nm Maslmum ..... 76 Mean .............. 62 Minimum .. 47 Preclp..... 0 RIVER REPORT No precipitation fell across the district In the past 10 dav perioo. ine rivers in me district were about statlonarv and wr to hold about steady for 24 to o nuufs. Klver stages were reported follows: Alleohenv Rivsr- Werren, Pa. J.4F, Franklin, Pa. 4.6F, Parker, Pa. 3.7F. Monon-gahela River Greensboro, Lock I Pa. (Upper Gage) 10S. Cheat River: Parsons. W. Va. 3.3F. West Fork River: Clarksburg, W. Va. 2.2S. Youghlogheny River: Sutersvllle, Pa. 3.9F. Beaver River: Beaver Fails, Pa. 4.6F. Ohio River: Pittsburgh, Pa. 16.3P, Dashlelds Dam (Upper Gage) 15.6S, Montgomery Dam, Pa. (Lower Gagef U.IF, Pike Island Lock and Dam, W. Va. (Lower Gage) 13.eS, Wheeling Wharf, Wheeling, w. Va. 16.1R. r-r-aiiing: K-Kising: vatstion- ary; P-Pool; U-Unknown; M-Missing. PITTCm tonu cjrurc Sunset Tuesday 7:03 p.m. Sunrise Wednesday ... 5:35 a.m. notitf is hereby given pursuant to the provisions of jACt Of May 24. 1945, P. L. 967, in the office' of the Secretary of me LOfnironwefflm ui rc i.ia,'- vania, at Harrisburg, and In the nice OI (flwriui uiw T Court of Common Pleas of AUe- gheny counrv. on i nuiMiov, list day of April, 1977 a Cer. tlflcete for the conduct of a .....i...... In Allsnhanu CntlMV. Pennsylvania, under the Jy SUmeo or ncnrious "in, 2" or designation ot Russell enn- prlses at 2408 Mingrove ku., Pgh. Pa. 15241. The names and aooresses u' an ijeisviia or Interested in said business are: Russell A. Walker. 2408 Millgrove Rd Pgh. Pa. 15241. RENT that apartment with a Post-Gazette Classified Ad. Dial 263- 1201 42 56 53 42 54 39 57 71 61 54 60 57 T 0 T 0 .06 O 6 17 376 2.36 2.08 .28 9.41 10.82 1.41 Divorce Proceedings DIVORCES GRANTED PIPER, Daniel J. from Kathleen F. TAYLOR, Reglna from Charles w. OLIVETTI, Barbara V. from cnarles. TRENT, Linda D. from Harry J. COVERT, Jill N. from Andrew R. SCASSERRA, Philip F. from Judtth Ann. MAZIE, Marianne R. from Frederick J. WILLIAMSON, Brady from Mary Anne. CHEADLE, Roselyn from Eddie Lee. PETERSON, Edward from Sarah L. LANS. Paul S. from Ann M. MARMO, Ralph E., Jr. from Laura A. WILLIAMS, James R. from nnaroarer sn. VOKE5. Julie from Gerald. ANDERSON, Sharmlne C. A. from Leo c. NITKA, Margaret A. from David KNIGHT, Terrl from Rlener. DIVORCES FILED GOLDMAN, Marilyn against Gerald. EMERSON, Carol against William. COCHRAN, Janette against Rooert p. NARDULLI, Ruth E. against jonn is. jr. WHITE, Patricia A. against Clar ence e. SEAMAN, Sheila M. against Charles. PAYNE, Jerry A. against Linda C. SMITH, Osalee against meooore. WORLEY, Frank H. against BArhara. FURBY, Clyde L. against Jessie PICARD, Karen M. against James R. PICKERINE, Harry, R. against JO&eoh A. MILLER, Ranald W. against Barbara M. BRAMMELL, Janet E. against Ronad E. FRANTUM. Lea Ann against Konaia u. CASTO, Sharon R. against Law. rence E. SHELTON. Charles against V v an o. FOSTER, Cheuncy A. against Jeanne. DIRITO, Colette C. against Neal ESOUIVEL, David against Maraaret. HAMMlLL. Sylvia- R. against C against against Robert TROIANI, Judith JUIIUS B. KOVACH, Mlchele M. Robert P. JENKINS, Rita D. against Earl. SCHEIB. Helen N. against William R. BURSZTYNOWICZ, Louise E aaainst Henrv. FUHRY, Alfred J. against Glsele EVANUIK, Mary Ann against KODOTT J. Knit Neck Down! He'll enloy the great outdoors more In this striking lacketl Knit from the collar down all In one piece Including sleeves. He'll like stylish, rib-bed yoke, texture contrast Use medium-weight, 7-plv, synthetic sport yarn Pat '490: sites 38-44 incl Send SI 25 for each pat. tern Add 35t foi each pat tern tor first-class mall and special handling Send to Allcee Brooks, ipmsnurgn fsr-ua lette), in. Needlecieft Dept. Box 163, Old Chelsea Station, New vork, N.Y 10O11. Print Name, Mtnu, (M. .Pattern Pleas of , Allegheny Countv, Pennsylvania: No. GD-77-08140. n re pennon oi rriuia u 04..J4U-.U iavan c;t.vtk for chanoe of name to Richard Michael STarx ana Dcvrnv joi Stark. To all persons interested: Notice Is hereby given that an the filing of said petition and rixea me aim uav 1977, at 9:30 AM., as the time and the Assignment Room, Crty-County Building, Pittsburgh, Pa., as the place for a hearing, wnen ana wnere on may show cause, if ny they have, why said names sniouia not be changed as prayed for. Petitioners. 67 Old Clairton Rd., Marriage License Applications HANNER-MARSHALL, Raymond u., Aiuuin 91., cai Liberty; Gwendolyn P., 1218 BAR ANAUSK AS-CICCHITTO. uennis 3., 040 tasr person St.; Annette L., 1101 Bellalre OSMAN-SHEPPARD. Richard S. jej Mansrieio Ave., oreemree; ausan a., jjij tasrmonT Ave. Dormont. TAVORMINA-HICKEY, Joseph e., 221 Amabeii St.; Heiene CLIFTON-BUKSAR, David W. Jr.. 145 Hansen Terrace, lo Inpdale; Leslie Marie, 4818 3rd St.. McKeesoort. 4i bdgewater Drive, west Mifflin; Wary Ann, 2520 Old PIETR ALA-BARNES, Robert b. ATin U4MrAlrir c . Barhira ar 483 Demmer Drive, McCand-less Two. KERN-PFEIL, Daniel 5660 Mariiynn Drive; Nira t., woo ir sn i own Koaa. tjeme rant. WAGNER-FRANK, Michael F. 1404 Rioge Ave., Norm eraa dock; Shervl U 1541 Grand- nii.i.imoj'jvniijwiii v iu a i 5S5tt or., mane k., ,y Rob nson court. PAP AR (ELLA -ELLIS, Mark A., 4tu4i rainona ot.; eiieen m. 368 Coooerfield Ave. CTAKlLTaf .DICQCD Thawwtne-am I sjv Lirxary noaq. Bemei Pant; Vivian L., 2727 cobden DATTiV.uULICCI CD TIuuhh C 205 St. Joseph St.; Margarita, 205 St. JfKMh St. SHEPARD-LlCKLEY, Charles uavia, ijj urrfsio urive, Monroevllle; Sharon Jane, 133 O'DONNELL-FERKETISH, Robert v., brow, onto; Einaoem a., 6816 Ridge vue Drive, South RUBY-McCune, Robert Eugene, 133 citmide Drve. Monroe vllle; Patricia Ann, 1612 Grendvlew Ave., North uraooocx. GENSEL-BIALOWA. TefTV J. Bernadlne A., 39 Woodland PATTERSON-KAISER, ' Harold uevore jr., mjb Haisey m.; Diane Marie, 6801 Adams LISCOTTI-CASELLQ,' Anthony jr., o io oarvisTa urive. vero- na; ucuuran mihi, i joj mari' DuTD AVB. CDCVtfAT.CI DC1-ICO Ommr f vil MCNemy Road; Margaret n.. jvj v,ici iina c. 107 jonn 5t- cynthia L., 22 Norton T. ronuuci i Lii-r.1 hoc Bk 9?5 Broadway Ave., East McKeesport; Roxanne, 713 TAYLOR -CUStCK, Daniel J.. 306 nowiiiw lie sr., isrrwuw, mory iynn, mi Boroview Ave. NASSAN-McCREA. Edward L 125 vaie Drive, west Mimm; KLETTE-LAUTERBACH, Darrell oto Anveraao Ave., rVcrm len A.. 230 CMwerflelrl St. NEMETZ-CHISNELL. Raymond n., io james st.; aanora l., Hj Samoson Ave. HERRON-KARN, Kerry Layne, uoratny, w. va.; Kara ai 6905 Merlon Road. WILLIAM SON-WE IDE R. Dale A. iwu Aniriyun mvc; Ui a., ilhjo Ar moron Ave. HENZLER-SEKINGER. David E. rn uavis Ave.; mory Ann, 220 Dakota Ave. TIERNO-MORAN. Frank A. 1138 NIBS MVBj KO)l A., Matcknev St. ASSAD-BANCALE, Paul A,t 526 inriiiia ot.; ynmia 9., 1 10 ZOELLER -ALBERTS. Thomas H vvenzeu avv., L.cie, 2016 Crosbv Ave. CHIAPPIALLE-RUSSO, Vincent a., ym vteriow unve. Kenn Hills; Deborah J., 328 Fielding Drive. KELLEY-ROBERTSON, Chartes t., Mio-Town piaza, McKeesport; iris J., 7777 Washington FRANZ-KRAKOSKY.' Kenneth J. WW II1I1JIWIOI I LSI IYI. DOIU- wln Boro; Mary Ann P., 3216 Elderwood Drive. Rtnel Park. JOSEPHS-IVSIC, Tim M., 163 Hornaaay poad; Michelle H. 102 Vallev Vale Drive. FITZPATRICK-CUMMINGS. Law- Ave.; Men-flel J., 5855 Pierce 31. 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ITU, r. u. tvi, as amended, of Intention to file in th nffire art the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl vania, at riarrisourg. ana in mm office of the Prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, on Thursday, the 2ist day of April, 1977, a Certificate for the conduct of a business In Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, unaer ine assumed or fictitious name, styte tr rilnnatlnn at Video Produc tion Services, with Its principal place or Dusiness at ju neia Club Ridge Road, Pgh., Pa. 15238. The names and addresses of all persons owning or interested In said business are: Thomas Bordenkireher, 302 Field Club Ridge Road, Pgh., CLIFFORD Coooer. Attv., 603 Grant Bldg.. Pgh., Pa. 15219. Notice is hereby given that Articles of Incorporation were filed with and approved by the Department of State of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, at Harrisburg,, Pa., on the 24th day of January, 1977, tor the purpose of obtaining a Certlf cate of Incorporation of a business corporation which was organized under the Business Corporation Law of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, approvea nnav a, ivjj, r. i. .1AJ. a amended. The name Of the corporation is Conhsted, Inc. ine purpose or purposes tot which It was organized: To engage In and conduct a business concern Including but not limited to all forms of hair styling, designing, processing, educational, developmental and improvement upon design and such other processes as to Improve and enhance the stvler, designer, distributor and manufacturer of hair fashion and hair products, and for these purposes to have, possess and enjoy all the rights, benefits ana privileges 01 saia act or Assembly. JAMES J. Bowman. Attorney at Law, 1 200 Standard Life Bldg., Pgh., Pa. 15222. Notice is hereby given that Articles of Incorporation were filed with and approved by the Department of State of the Common-wealth of Pennsylvania, at Harrisburg, on Monday, the 21st day of March, 1977, for the purpose of obtaining a Certificate of Incorporation of a proposed nonprofit corporation, Epheslans: Five Christian Outreach, having Its registered office at No. 1015 Vlrtial Street, Pgh., Pa. 15212, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, and organized under the Nonprofit Corporation Law of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, approvea Novemoer 13, wn, being Act No. 27). The purpose or prposes for which said corporation Is organized: To provide for and carry out the public worship of God. To propagaTB me gospei or jcsus Christ throughout the world. To Instruct the people of God en trusted to their oversight In matters pertaining to me Knowledge and discipline of Christianity, and to provide for their spiritual and physical care. A A Dl I ICCTDUC Aiu M Grant Bldg., Pgh, 15219, Pa. Notice 1$ hereby given that Articles of Incorporation were filed with and approved by me Department of State of the Com- monwearm ot Pennsylvania, at Uarrlihurn Dai nn ttiat lOffe Ami, of March, '1977, tor the purpose or ooTaining a cermicaTe or incorporation of a business corporation which was organized under me Business Corporation Law of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, approved May 5, ivjj, r. u. as amenoea. The name of the corporation is . C 4 B Beauty Boutique, Inc. The purpose or purposes for wntcn it was organizea: 10 en- In and to do any lawful rtcernlna anv or all lawful business for which corporations gage act c may be Incorporated under the Business Corooration Law of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, ana ror mese purposes to nave, possess and enloy all the rights, benefits and privileges of said act ot Assempiy. TUntiAC I CfeknnHn A44u ney at Law, 820 Frlck Bldg., Pgh., Pa. 15219. Notice is hereby given pursuant to the provisions of Act of May 24. 1945, tion 'to ffle In the office of the Secretary ot me commonwealth of Pennsylvania, at Harrisburg, and In the office of the Prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, on Thursday, the 2 1st day of April, 1977. a Certificate for the conduct of a business In Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, under the assumed or fictitious name, style or designation of Fran's Pub, at 520-520 v, Grant Ave., pgn.. pa. iswv, t ne names and addresses of all persons owning or Interested In said business are: Frances Uhllg, 2120 Lowrle St., Pgh., Pa. 15212. NOTICE k herehv aivn pursuant to the provisions of act or way , rvo, p. l. v67, as amended, or Intention to file In the office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, at Harrisbura. and In the office of the Prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas of Aiiegneny county, on inursaay, the 21st day of April, 1977, Certificate for the conduct of a business In Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, under the assumed or fictitious name, style or designation of Penn properties at 207 Brlarldge Dr., Turtle Creek, Pa. 15145. The names and addresses of all persons owning or Interested In said business are: R. Timothy Leister, 207 Brlarldge Dr., Turtle Creek, Pa. 15145' Ernest Man-dros. 119 Jacob Dr., Penn Hills, Pa. 15235. uriTic ic ucdcdv riiitti THAT Articles of Incorporation Department of State of the viiinnsiivvcejim ui r-eiinyivania, at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, on 3, it, lAiDusm id me provisions of the Business Cor 1933, P. L- 364, as amended. The name of the corporation Is DL" C A I IDTC PiClCI rtnnr.ii CORPORATION. jne. purposes ror wmen it was organized are as follows: To locate, patent, purchase, iraae, ana sen minerals ana ores and any byproducts imictciiuim. any tu uu any ana all things Incidental thereto. P UNUA MANCUMJ, Incorporator co Corporate Filing Service, Inc. 170 Washington Avenue Albany, New York 12210 BULLETIN Board o place to announce your meeting! in Pott-Gazette Claui-fied. Dial 263-1201 1 Lottery Numbei ' Yesterday's nninhi in the itaief Daily Number drawing jg 537

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