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.14- em Awuuartcs W. Morten, One of First Oakmontrr, 91, I leaded Hank's New Accounts William A. Morten, 94, one of the first 13 employes of T. Mellon and Sons, bankers, which later became the Mellon National Bank and Trust Co., died yesterday (Oct. 16) at his home on Fifteenth Street in Oakmont. Mr. Morten was a graduate of Duff Business College and worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad .(now the Penn-Cen-tral) before entering the banking business. For most of his 28 years with Mellon, he headed the new accounts department. He left the bank when he was elected assistant treasurer of Carnegie Institute and for 17 years he handled the finances and Investments of Carnegie Institute, Carnegie Library, and Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie-Mellon University). He also held a number of corporate directionships and was secretary-treasurer of the Bellefield Boiler Co. He was honored as a member of Who's Who in business and finance. He was a member of the Riverside Presbyterian Church of Oakmont, Home-wood Masonic Lodge No. 635, the Pennsylvania Consistory, and a life member of the Syria Temple., ' He is survived by three sons, Alan W. of Oakmont, William A. Jr. of Coraopolis, and John F. of Dover, Mass.; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. ' Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. in the Robert H. Campbell Funeral Home, 378 Maryland Ave., Oakmont. Services will be held at the funeral home at 2 p. m. Monday. Private burial will be In Woodlawn Cemetery, Wilkins-burg. . Waynesburg Man Killed in Crash WASHINGTON, Pa., Oct. 16 (APpr- A 23-year-old Waynesburg man was killed today when,' the car in which he was riding slammed into a tractor-trailer on Interstate 70 just east of the West Virginia state line. - The victim was identified as Robert Anderson Jr. of R. D. 1, Waynesburg. He was a passenger in a car driven by Alan J. Miller of Waynesburg. Miller and another passenger, Phil Cohen, also of Waynesburg, were hospitalized. ' Tlie Weather Sunny and cool. METEOROLOGICAL RECORD .,M!gh?H,,eVnDera,ur 0c'- ' ln "7 13 In 1881, 1928. Lowest temperature Oct. 16 tlnct 1874, 31 In J 875. AIRPORT HOURLY TEMPERATURE i S: m. :::::::: 32 5 S: S: :::::::: i 30. m 41 t p. m 44 a. m 41 5 0. m 44 o. m 43 a. m. 41 i a. m. 40 A o. m. 39 34 35 35 34 Jf 30 6 a. m 40 7 o. m 39 I a. m 39 9 a. m 40 7 p. m. 0. m. p. m. o. m. i a. m 41 II 0. m. 11 o. m. 46 Midnight Noon 44 i a. m. I o. m 43 lo.ni, AIRPORT DATA FOR OCT. 14, 1970 Prtt. T. H. Wind Weather jya.m. ju jy m nwiv pt.tdv. i? Pi i )0. m. 30.34 34 73 NWI2 Pt.Cdv. , '70 '69 '41 V 44 '45 '44 Hloh 47 47 7 75 54 47 79 LOW 39 45 S3 Si 44 47 4A '43 0 37 42 80 58 49 ,24 Mean 43 54 44 47 50 57 43 Preclo. T .06 0 0 T 0 0 49 0 Normal temotraturt for the day ... Deficiency In temperature for day. Excels In temo. tince Oct. 1 ..... Excess In temo. since Jan. 1 Total preclDitation since Oct. 1 Normal precip. since Oct. 1 Deficiency in precip. since Oct. 1... Total preclo. since Jan. 1 fo3 48 .. 157 .. 0.91 .. 1.32 .. 0.41 ..28.04 Normal precip. since Jan. 1 . Dcliciency In precip. since Jan. ...30.30 1.. 2 24 CITY OFFICE DATA For period ending 4:00 p. m. EDT Minimum 47 Mean .......... 41 Minimum 38 Precip. ........ .03 RIVER REPORT The rivers In fhe Pittsburgh District were falling slowly Friday morning. Scattered liaht s vsrs tell over the watershed during t..e past 24 hours. The Allegheny and Upper Ohio Rivers will continue to loll slowly during the next 24 hours while the Monongahela River Will chonae little. Rivir tlogrt wore reported as follows: Allegheny River: Warren, Po. 48R, Franklin. Po. 8 9F, Porker, Pa. 13 F. Monongahela River: Lock 7, Greensboro, Pa. 10 OS. Cheat River: Porsoni, w. Vo. 2 4S. West Fork River: Clarksburg, W. Vu. 22V Vouahlooheny River: Suters-villf. Pa. 3 5U. Beaver Riyer: Beaver Folli, Pd. 5 OF Ohio River: Pittsburgh, Po 16 3P, Dashields Dom, fUpoer GooM ' 95. Montgomery Dom, Pa. 12 55, Pike Islanrf, LftD 151R, Dom No. 12, Wheeling, W. Vn. 12 5R F-FoMIng R-Rlslno 8 - Stationary P-Pool U-Unknown M-Missing High.lnw lemoerotures In Plttshurati and Some olber cities during a 24 hour period. Amorlllo htwillt At Inn to Vlmtic City Rirrninnhcim ). 43 39 Miami Bench 85 M 47 49 Milwaukee 57 11 n 55 Mni St. Paul 58 49 ff'M oneant 11 Ul Nnrlnlk Ml 70 n OH 47 18 Ph 59 OHohomo Clly Ml mono eo ritm Rnrh ftri -os ton , 'i n 18 PhllrKfrlDhio Ml A7 Phornl HI A1 S? PlH.hnmh 1? f hlf 000 51 34 Portland, Ml. V) Vi V Portland, Ort. 71 4 41 Plthmond tine tncmn'JM vlrjnJ rwr J s M. I nun it) m st. peie Detrfl" fiuluth Folrbonl bant I 1 JootIN 54 ?A bpil" ,rttVnnti lno omton ndlonoofllll (anvil City .at Anntfltt .ftiKvllle Mtmprtlt V 11 irjmno 49 54 Woshlnoton 54 10 Fdmonlort 64 4) ontrval 74 59 Toronto 55 V Winnipeg 67 45 Pitttburgh StVei By BAILEY R. FRANK funtvt Saturday 4:31 0. m. Sunrlt Sunday .7:34 a.m. Moonrln Saturday ,, 1:10 p.m. Lait Quarter Oct. 21 PKUIVIINfcNr star Aldrnaran south of the moon. VISIBLE PLANETS Venus sett 7:17 B m. Saturn In the east .10 08 p. m. Mart tfitfr In east .............. I s1. Sunsrf Sunday ,,..,,... 6 36 0 1 sunns Monany The moon rites ,.. Sunday end fides high 7:35 a. m. i 1:59 p. m. near the star Flnnlh The planet Saturn rites 07. m. and will he high In the tautheatt at midniohf, Saturn It now sai brighter than II the ilari except I wo. SlrltI and bai Canoput, 5! 3) nhurg 86 68 oke City ! y ranclico 59 51 88 s Eir.wWii'" rr - - -1 .liwufy V feu W. A. MORTEN SR. Early Mellon employe. H. I. Levin, Attorney, 75 Hyman I. Levin, a practicing attorney in the law firm of Levin and Levin, Frick Building, died yesterday (Oct. 16) in Montefiore Hospital. Mr. Levin, 75, of 5625 Hempstead Road, Squirrel Hill, was a graduate of the Duquesne University Law School, was a veteran of World War I and a member of Fraternity Lodge 705, F&AM. Surviving are a brother, Jacob A.; and three sisters, Mrs. Rose Fisher, Mrs. Ann Lewis and Mrs. Martin Ter-ner. Friends will be received at 2 p. m. tomorrow at the Ralph Schugar Chapel, 5509 Center Ave., Shady side, where services will follow at 3 p. m. Burial will be in West View Cemetery, Ross Township. The family suggests memorial contributions to the Heart Fund. Mrs. Amelia Deakin Services for Mrs. Amelia Deakin, operator of the Deak-in's Photography Studios, Downtown, will be held at 1 p. m. t o d a y at the McCabe Brothers Funeral Home, 6214 Walnut St., Shadyside. Mrs. Deakin, 68, died Tuesday (Oct. 13) at Shadyside Hospital. She is survived by a brother, Charles R. Lee. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. today at the funeral home. Burial will be in Allegheny Cemetery, Lawrenceville. Mate Slain, WifeCharged A 56-year-old Hill District man was killed last night by his estranged wife following a heated argument in her car in the Soho District, city police said. Carl Staten, of the 2200 block of Webster Avenue, died a t Presbyterian-University Hospital. His wife Irene, 55, of 700 Forbes Ave., Uptown, was charged with murder and violating the Uniform Firearms Act. Homicide Detective Michael Corny said the fatal shooting tooK Place in tne parking lot 01 the A. Leo Weil School at Centre Avenue and Soho Street about 4 p. m. Staten punched his wife in the car, got out, and she closed the windows and locked the doors, according to police. He grabbed a whiskey bottle, smashed it through a window, and then she shot him, police said. She told police that the gun and her purse containing $1,000 were stolen before they arrived as a crowd gathered. Stricken Cleaning Mrs. Marguerita Morledge, 62, of 1306 Grandview Ave., Mt. Washington, was in critical condition last night in South Side Hospital. Police said she fainted after cleaning her bathroom, using a combination of a bleach and a detergent. HAPRIS-OGIFTPFE, John A , !J Lin- dm Avi., Clairtont Jacaualyn R., 413 Pork Ave., Clolrton. McMAHON-HORN, John H , 711-lllh Sf.. Onkmonl;, Eleanor, 4716 Elliworth Ave. NQMAiAN-PPAKSTI. Leland R , Bo 74, Trollord; Nancy J., 569 Hawklni Ave., N flroddock. WFHB TARVEP, Robert, 17-JE HarrHon Vlllaoe, McKeetport; Trncey, 17-20 Harrison Village, McKeeport. $UGAJ5KI-HL0NIK, John $., 40 Wood St., Natrona; Rita M 70 N, Canal St., Natrona Htj, RUSSELL-COLLIE, CurtU l 174) B. 12th Ave., Homestead; Sharon B., 116 E. 14th Ave , Homestead. VAN RVN-CARRAHTR, Chorlei R , Vi1 Haytret St.: Judith A , 8231 Eleanor St.. McCondlest. FEHER-DUBYAK, Eugene G, 5 Alpha Dr., Lot Vegai, Nev.j Judllh $., 120 Lonovue Dr., Irwin. Ml LNIK HCLBLINO, Donald i , S3 Edith St.. Everett. Mast. June M.. 171 CRE rVleodvllle St. NWAY-COnniNGTON. Gary L. Bon 151 R, Glbtonla; Clndl A , 982) rrosioemnr nr., unison fork. KOMAH DRYLIE, John C, 222 Elflnwlld Lonf, Glenshow; Terrl L 225 Car- mella Dr., Mr.Kesport KENNFOVURHANf-K, Fred S, 116V woodland Ave., Washington; carol A., 711 tiarrctt Way BURENINEVLE Court; Vlrolnlr Seraff, 400 Camelot Court; Virginia, 2101 Parklvn St, SIMON-VURKOVICH i . r- 607 1155 Chartitrt Ave.; Frances M , stnwe Ave KRUJA-BAKFR, Edward, Bo 307, Imperial; Martha E Clinton, Po. TIHHETTSLAVRE, William E., 317 N, Evallne it.; Paulefle A., 113 Rebecca St.. Irwin. WlLSONPACB, Warren E., 774 Mid. wood 5t., Brooklyn, N.V.I Dolores Ci 34 D Midway Or , Wesf Mifflin. PUCKETT BISfHOF. f.nrv A. til 4 Cobbln St ; Denlse C, 202 Fernleaf St. srrKuuio-51-iOLIANO, Michael 400 Camp Ave, Broddock; Maria nn wirror ST ARBONA-KRAVETS, Donald, 111 I. Navy Veteran J. T. Flosnik Rites Slated Served in China Prior to WW II And in Pacific Funeral mass for Joseph T. Flosnik, Sr., U.S. Navy veteran for 22 years, who served in China and later in the Pacific Theater during World War II, will be sung Monday at 9 a.m. at St. Adalbert's Church, 162 S. Fifteenth St., Southside. Mr. Flosnik, 64, of 1115 Bradish St., Southside, died Thursday (Oct. 15) at Presbyterian-University Hospital. He served on the Yangtze River Patrol in China from 1924 to 1933 and later served on the USS Cenopous and the USS Curtis. He was seriously wounded in 1941 and was listed as missing in action at one point. He retired from the Navy in 1946 as a chief warrant officer, second grade. For the past 20 years he was a maintenance employe in the Brentwood School District. He was a member of St. Adalbert's Church and Oakland VFW Post No. 223. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Cecelia T. Flosnik; two sons, Joseph T. Jr. and Dennis M.; two brothers, George and Frank; and a sister, Mrs. Margaret Bennett. Friends will be received today and tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the Charles C. Cieslak Funeral Home, 81 S. Fifteenth St., Southside. Burial- will be at St. Adalbert's Cemetery. Mrs. Ruth A. Aldrich , Services for Mrs. Ruth A. Aldrich, past president of the local and state units of the National Association of Letter-carriers Auxiliary, will be held at 2 p. m. Monday at the Robert E. Wolfe Memorial, 924 Franklin Ave., Wilkins-burg. Mrs. Aldrich, 66, of 403 Hay St., Wilkinsburg, died Thursday (Oct. 15) in Columbia Hospital. She was a retired switchboard operator at Koppers Co. Research Department in Mon-roeville and was a deaconess at the Central Christian Church in Oakland. She is survived by two sis- ' ters, Mrs. Mabel Raffensper-ger, of Harrisburg, and Mrs. Dorothy L. Fundis, of Traf-ford, and a brother, Harris W. Smith, of New Castle. Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. today and tomorrow at the funeral home. Burial will be in Sunset, View Memorial Park, Penn Hills. The family suggests that memorial contributions may be made to the Central Christian Church Orphanage Fund. Blast Injures 2 Policemen KANSAS CITY, Oct. 16 (AP) Two policemen were injured when an explosion rocked a storefront community relations office on Kansas City's Near East Side last night. Officers Kenneth Fleming and Charles Robinson were being treated for wounds at the Menorah Medical Center. Both were reported in satisfactory condition. Investigators said an explosive device apparently was placed in an alley, beside a rear door to the office. The blast knocked a two-foot hole in the door and blew it off its hinges. A window was blown out but other damage appeared minor. Both policemen were participants of Pinpoint, a walking patrol for improved community relations funded by Model Cities. Fleming and Robinson, both white, were believed to have been alone in the building when the blast occurred. Applications for Marriage Court House Rd , Arlington, Vo l Sharon A., 1923 Wilson Lane, McLean, va. WILLI AMS-MULLANEV, Richard B,, 401 LeCanto St., East McKeesport; Patricia J 1144 Jacks Run Rd., N. Versailles. DORER BAUER, Carl E , 11 Glenbrook Or,; Virginia G , 4765 Beall Dr. SKENDROVIC-KATIC, Stephen, 7551 Dnigote Rd ; Marie R., 314 Mllroy St. RAO-MARTIN, Poul R., 301 Tenth St. 5E, Washington, D C.; Martina M , 1116 Park Sauare, Munhall. PATERSON-FULTON, David L , 1584 Holly St,, West Linn, Ore.) Donna fc 874 Middle Rd., Baldwin. HENDFRSON-LaBROSSE, John V,, 67K Monongahela Ave., Glossnorti Sherry . B , 78 Ohio Ave., Glastport, SAGONE-LONCAR, William B , 1132S Aralea Dr.; jay, 969 Shenanga Dr., Braver Falls. MORR ELL-SHAFFER, Thomot E., 5 Sleeoy , Hollow Rd., Cash Shannon; . Aleto J., 179 Liberty St. WlNMON-HARGRAVF, Gory Y 53 Mt. Pleasant Rd.i Barbara 739 Mt. Pleasant Rd. BLYTM-BENCM, Henry M , 533 Dunsler St.: Mary, 7005 Beulah Rd, VOLKER GROSE; Edword J , Chett St., New Eagle, Po.) Pamela A,. 121 Sweetbrlar St. SHANE-KELLF Y, William A., 7701 N. 14th St., Ponco City, Okia.; Lynda L,, 8o 56, Twlnoak Dr., Wevford. PCCOLO FRISSORA, Roaer G , Cpro- ooolls; Christina A., 1505 Hlland Ave, BAILE Y-LOUGHNEY, Oovld H., 543i Ellsworth Ave.) Ellen H., 4714 Ellt-worth Ave. LUFFSCHOEDEL, James, 134 Walton Rlvd i I Inrin . Flnluwllla LHWr-SLHUrLtNuOST, 197 Southern Ave.) Deborah R., HOII St. DON'T mlsi the complete high school football results In this morning's Post-Gazette. 4 -riTTSBlRGIl TOST-GAZETTEj SATI RDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1970 Reward Paid In Doughnuts SAN DIEGO, Calif. Oct. 16 (AP) John Wood of nearby National City was on his newspaper route recently when he heard something drop from a bakery truck in front of him. It was a fishing tackle box containing $200 which the 15-year-old promptly returned to the bakery, accepting no cash reward. "I did , get six doughnuts, though," he said. Irene Smith, Secretary To Judge Brown Apparent Heart Attack Downtown Claims Woman Mrs. Irene Kovaks Smith, 58, secretary to Judge Homer Brown of Common Pleas Court, collapsed in a restaurant in the Grant Bldg. at noon today, after ordering lunch. She was dead on arrival at Mercy Hospital of an apparent heart attack. She was the wife of Bernard C. Smith, a security officer for Blue Cross offices in Smithfield Street, downtown. Mrs. Smith had been Judge Brown's secretary for 21 years and had previously served the late Judge Harry Jones in similar capacity, after being a stenographer for A 1 1 o r n e y John Kennedy, who later became a judge. Mrs. Smith lived at 1315 Walnut Road, North Versailles Township, was a member of the Free Hungarian Reformed Church in Mc-Keesport. In addition to her husband, she is survived by brother, Joseph Kovacs, of S. Versailles Township. Friends will be received at the Willig Funeral Home, 220 Ninth Ave., McKeesport, where services will be held Monday at 1:30 p. m. Burial will be at Jefferson Memorial Park. Traffic Tieup On 8 and 28 Traffic into the city from Routes 28 and 8 North was tied up for hours yesterday morning and afternoon because of an unnounced road paving job by state highway crews. Delays of two hours and more were reportedly not uncommon during the morning rush hour and traffic was reported backed up for miles in mid-afternoon. Cause for the delay was a repavlng project on a ramp leading from Route 9 to Route 28 near Etna. Motorists had no warning for the paving project. Traffic on Route 28 was routed through the already heavily - traveled streets of Etna and Millvale. Motorists reported that no police were a v a i 1 a b 1 e to direct traffic along the detour route. A highways official said the ramp that caused delays yesterday morning will be reopened tonight. However, the northbound ramp carrying Route 8 traffic north from Route 28 will be closed for three days beginning Monday, the official added. Route 28 north traffic will not be affected by the closing. City Man Pleads Guilty in Death John Connolly, 46, of the 3100 block of Federal Street, Northside, pleaded guilty yesterday in Criminal Court in the fatal shooting of Thomas P. Regan, 42, of the 1100 block of Federal Street, Northside. Connolly testified that he was showing his gun to his friend Regan at the Soldiers .and Sailors Club, 1312 Federal ' St., Northside, on Feb. 21 when the gun accidentally discharged. Judge Henry R. Smith Jr. ordered a pre-sentence investigation. Licenses Divorce Proceedings rtlUftDrct -.BAti-rct P.lYA.Garn' ,rom Robert E. WA.'!'PNi Anna Wne from Lorry I. H,A.MJiT0N' Ro M ,rBm Adalphul. STARY, Judith I. from Gary M. .. , ' Oeorga Thomas from BUM Mane. MATUSZEWSKI, Margaret from Robert ?.'.M9NS' Thomas from Mamie A?Jl .T' J.'"n ,,om Alexander P. SCHOfcN, Nadlne Virginia from Loull (.horitv SPharlesR' S,Dhan, 1rm lrvln IrI?Si Dehoro D. from Franclt 0. DURRETT, Joselyn from Alvln. OITTMAN, Sandra J. from Robert P. ZARF.MBA, Margaret Jane from Norman Lee. KLINK, Stephen R from Linda Lou. MYFRS, Janice from William Ray Jr. OIMMOCK, Anna M, from John yV. tiyt.!StT.EIN; iamn e' "" '"rey K, MARKE WINSKI, Chester J. from Kath. erlne R. BURGWIN, Vernellg from Haul Wl. Ham. SANTINI, Daniel from Mnry ODGERS, Leland J. from Sharon W. MARTIN, Janice A. from John. PERRY, Adele M. from Raymond W, ........ DIVORCE SUITS FILtO NtSMNICK, Nnoml oonlnst Civile . KALCHTHALER, Alice M. against Edward W. HOWZE, William H. against Jean S. GII-IAS, Claudia against Michael F. Jr, PFSSANQ, Genrgene against Thomas HARDING, Delrdre Kent ignlnsl Steven. CHRISTB, Barbara L. against James G. DFORANCtS, Ellinbeth against Mlllon, JfcsrFR, tK, Joyce oonlnst Joan j , ER, Dolores M, agalnsf Phlllla HUNTS W. AGNFW, Mary Anna against David Lewi t. JPIRIK, Mnlne J nanlntt David A. OPICP, Frank K riAnlnti A p I A nek A TRICK, Polrlcla C against Kennelh 4 Death Notices Adiinison On Wednesday, Oclober 14, 197t). Iin, ol Uui'er SI. Clnlr Twi). Beloved sister ol Mrs. Llllie Abe.e, b.ibel and C M. Adanuon ond tlie lute Moigaiet, John and Ellen Ailnmion, alio survived bv niei.es and ncphrws Frirmts lecelyrd ai the L. HtlNHAUm AND SON CO. MORTUARY, 2(i.m West Liberty Ave . 2 4 and 7 9 u m Services on Monday al 10 n. m. Friends Invllcd. Interment In Ml. Lebanon Cemetery. . Aldrkh On Thursday, Oct. 15, 1970, Ruth A. Aldrich. ot 403 Hav St., Wilklns-buig. Wile ol the late Charles F. Alclilch; sister ot Mrs. Mabel Ratlensperger of Harrisburg, Harris W. Smith ot New Cosfle and Mrs. Doiothy L. Fundis ot Trot-lord; also nieces and nephews. Friends received at the ROBERT E. WOLFE MEMORIAL, 925 Franklin Ave. lal Coal St.) Wilkinsburg. Contributions mav be made to bhanoge Fund. Family visitation the Central Christian Church Or-j-4 ond 7-9. Armstrong On Thursday, Oct 15, 1970, Miss Ella Jone of Aimlra Home, New Castle, Pa., formerly of Penn Hills. Pa ; sister ol Mis. Fred Louis, of Penn Hills. Graveside services will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. at tne Plum Creek Cemetery, Plum Borough. Arrangements bv the PAUL R ELKIN FUNERAL HOME, Penn Hills. Arrigo Suddenly on Friday, Oct. 14. 1970, Philip, beloved brother of Joseoh-Ine. Auoustine Gllsenan, Anna ana Marie Arrigo. Friends .will be received ot the MICHAEL F. De-ROSA MORTUARY. Paulson Ave at Wlnslow St.. until Tuesday at 9 a. m. Rcaulem hiah mass at Our Lody Help of Christians Church at 9:30 a. m. Bodine On Thursday, Oct. 15, 1970, Jane Thompson Bodine, beloved wife of the late Maxwell Bodine, ot 2104 Federal St. Ext.; mother of Mrs. Sara rutt, Mrs. koss wuu, well A. ana tne laie umumv , b .I., ciirt.kjorl Ku five grandchildren and seven greatgrandchildren. Friends received atrer J p. m. on n kiuy ui m.c SIMONS FUNERAL HOME, 2025 n Aa C.rulrnt nn Tm0. day morning at 11 o'clock. Bnni Suddenly on Thursday, Oct. 15, IV U, LUCV L. OT IW oiumui gi., Vpi-sna. wife of th- late Robert A. Bone; beloved mother of William R of Vern"n: sIs't of Mrs. M"ry Luckock, Mrs. Treve Molleston, Mrs. Helen Marr, Mrs. Jane Stepo, Miss Charlotte Molleston and Mrs. Pu.iun krptt: nisn survived by one grandchild. Friends received at the GEORGE P-PETRUNEY FUNERAL HOME, 732 Brunot St., verona rrom - . unu w. where services will be held Monday, Od. 19 at 11 a. m. Interment Verona Cemetery, Oakmont, Pa. Brazill - i i- -i nn 1 t niilesi inrmar. I.. -1 1.1 .il. CMa D ItcKiii-rth. Ciiti. iy n itui iii Jiuti i M juunfiii denty on Thursday afternoon. Oct. k. io7n. ot his home, husband of Mrs. Mary Williams Brazlll; fa ther Of Kavmona. Koaen, r-uuiu Mary Aones, Evelyn and Phillip; U-Aib.A t rinranra Ir Sr JInnP UfUIIIC't UI Viuit'ivi. wi.r are being received at the JOSEPH K UI I l-UNCKHL nwmc rinii and Oak St., Irwin, 2-S and 7-9 P. m. i-unerai mass win ue ynciw the Immaculate Conception R. C. tnurcn. Brislin - e ..JJ..I.I hm AlaAnmirtnt. JUmeS 5UUU01IPT Ull "vv,"-,. 4h& In.A Ontrlrlt nnrt RrTdaet Br S- lln; brother of the late Elmer Br si n. t-rienas receiyea ni ino JOHN A. BRADY F U N E R A L HOME. 920 Cedar Ave. at Tripoli St., N. S. (across from Allegheny General Hospital), t-unerai on pai-urday at 9:30 a. m. with reauiem high mass In St. Peter' Church, N. S. at 10 a. m. Burrell I Ciunrrf. cnHriAl-ltv. AH Fri day, Oct. 16, 190, ot Espyville, ra., nusDana ar me iuic coins, o...u. i.ik., .1 Dnlh Cnhnnn' DUIIL'H, lUII'SI ..vn, . wu.. ... brother of Lillian Nelson, Herbert Burrou, taun oeooia ana nuwmu n...All. .1,. .nri.ii.nrf hu Wl. granddaughter. Friends may call at the WALTER G. PETTIT FUNERAL HOME, 997 Greentree Rd., 2 to e ana to v p. m. oervitus on Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Dominek On Thursday, Oct. 15, 1970, Herman W., ol Frederick St., husband of Mildred Venskunas; father of waiter, Mary Wagner and Joanne Lasko; also survivea dv Drainers nnH ulsters. Friends received at the ALBERT A. NOVAK FUNER AL HOME, WI3 brignion a. Ke-aulem high mass at St. Leo'i Church Monday 9:30 a. m. Visitation 2-5 and 7-10 p. m. Dorr On Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1970, Lena Marie Dorr of 48'v Hiaiean ur.. Plum Rnrouah: mother of Car and Albert Wockenfuss of Plum Borough, Mrs. Pauline Hall of Pasa dena, Lain. , ana rtowara ana mrs. Harriet Narr ot fgn.; sisrer or Raloh Matter of Monrrcvllle, Mrs. Marv Aratto of Pah. and Mrs. Sel- mo McKee of Ftnn. Friends re-clved at the ROIERT F. WO' F6 MEMORIAL, 925 Franklin Ave. (at Leal sr.), vni-insnurg, wnere services will be held on Saturday at 10:30 a. m. Family visitation. 2 to 4 ana to y p. m. DuRoth On Thursday, Oct. 15, 1970, Percy B. of 104 8th Ave., Laurel Gardens, husband of Mathilda Workmostcr UuKoin; tamer ot ivirs. wiuiam fl nist rinrk. and Richard Davis: hrnther of Mrs. Marv Esther Mason and Mrs. Rubv Walsh) also three grandchildren. Funeral from the SCHELLHAAS FUNERAL HOME, 388 center Ave., west View (off Horse Shoe Bendl on pronanv Ol ' P.m. menus mvneu. Visitation with family 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P. m. English Corl H.. on Thursday, Oct. 15, 1970, husband ol the lale Vivian R Eno ish; be oved father ot car men DeSlmone, Anna Bell Rlchter ond Richard T. Enalish; brother of Mvron, Nelson, Madge Treshcr and Helen Hartmon; also survived by 10 grandchildren. Friends received at the WINTER FUNFRAI. HOM-, R. F. Winter, Dir., 4730 Friendship Ave. Funeral on Saturday at 12 noon. Peaulrm mast In the Immaculate Conception Church at I p. m. Goldsmith October 7, 1970 at St. Maranrel Memorial Hospital, Amelia Wheeler, of 4103 Andover Terrace (retired City School teacher); beloved wife of Albert R. Goldsmith; tlster of Henry G. Wheeler of Emmaus, Pa. and Or. Georae E. Wheeler of New York City. Memorial Servlcet will be held October 17 at 12 noon ot the First Unitarian Church. Ellsworth and Mgrewood Ave Arrangement by PERRY FUNERAL HOME. Crubcr Mrt. Marv, age 44, on Thursday, Oct. 15, 1970, of Dravosburg, wlte of Louis J. Gruher and mother of Mrs. Dolores Stelmer and Loult A. Gruher; also survived by lour grandchildren. Frlcndt will he re-cr ivrd oiler 3 p. m. Saturday at HUNTER EDMUPDSON -STRIP-FLER, Market St., McKeesport. Rcaulem mass on Monday 10:30 a. m. St. Peter Church. Interment New St. Joseph Cemetery, Hays On Wednesday. Oclober 14. 1970. James M., aae 58. of Greentre Rd., beloved husband of Letht Kiotsner Mays; tico tamer of Mrt. Connee Sederberg, ot Chicago. III.; ton ol the late Robert and Jennie Havs ot Washington, Pa.; also survivea oy tour arongcniiwen. Friends received at fhe L. REIN- n'lurn lun s.u. mumuRHi, 2610 West Liberty Ave. 2 to 4 and 7 fo 9 p. m where services will be neia on Saturday at T p. m. Interment In Washington, Pa. tern- eiery. llcrdman At St. Petersburg, Fla., on Friday, Oct. 16. 190, Marlon Helsel, wife of wllllom Herdman, formerly of ym wary si., wrLonnir'ss two.; lister ol Robert and William Hel- tel. Friends will b rereived at the M. P. BRANDT FUNERAL HOME, 1012 Perry Hwy., Perrysvllle, alter 12 o'clock noon Sunday, where serv-ret will be held on fuetday morn-Ing at II o'clock. ' Holmok On Tuesday, Oct. 13, 1970, Anna, of ! Sacramento, Calif., formerly of mi Mnielle Place, Pgh., will of he late John: mother of Malor leonor U S A.F N.C., ond Dorothy Moose; also three grandchildren, t'.li! .f'celved al McDERMOTT FUNERAL HOME, 1725 Charllert Ave , Mckeet Racks. Reauiem mn in ine i.nurcn or Tnt Ascen. lion on Monday, Oct. 19 at f a. m. Jacoliy On frldov, Oct. M. 1970, George f., formerly of Kil Sondusky SI., N. S. Servlcet ond Inlerm'nl al fht t'lnvinirni v or ine rnmny. inter, menl Allegheny (aunty Memorial rnr. nrranuemenrt py WW. A. ennewu s,u. Jeletic On Oclober 1J, 1970, Frnncei Tarait jeienc, wile ol Anthony) mother of Anfhanv T.. John, w II. Horn. Leonard and Edward Jeletic. ond Mrs Florence Oslerkn,' also survived by her mother Mrs. Marti Yardis; ond four grandchildren) and one great grandchild; tlster of Mrt. wary Maieiic, Mrs, Augusta Kulwlckl, Mrt. Antoinette Lock-wood, Mrt. Aim K rifietonovleh and Jotenh Yardis, Frlendt received ni inr PAUl, C. ITBPHPNS FUNERAL HOME, H6 tockhart St , N. S Funeral nn Mnntinv with reauiem high mast al St. Nlcholot s-nurcn, n, t, oi y, ju a. m. DEATHS YESTERDAY Adumson, Jean Aldrich, Ruth A. Armstrong, Miss Ella Jane Arrigo, Phjlip Bone, Lucy L. Brazill, Robert E. Brislin, James S. j Burrell, Louis Edward Dorr, Lena Marie DuRoth, Percy B. Goldsmith, Amelia Wheeler Gruber, Mrs. Mary Herdman, Marian Helsel Jacoby, George E. Jeletic, Frances Yardis Kelly, Mary M. Kerr, Katherine Sweeney Lauria, Vincent A. Leonard, Mary Jane Levin, Hyman I. Morten, William A. Nichol, Jean Curran Pearlman, Mollie Peoples, Florence V, Salamon, Mary Sholak Savini-DeSanders, Anna M. Schnurer, Eva Schotchner, Olive Solomon, Michael Smith, Irene K. Stefanacci, Richard W. Death Notices Kelly Oct. 14), 1970, Mary M. of Allison park, wite ot tne late r-rancis j. Kellv: mother of Theresa Fullen. Mildred McCabe, Sarah Krchnak, Margaret Bogan, Helen Becker, Eileen Merrim-in, t-rancis r., William M. ond the lote Joseph T.I sitter nf Gertrude Karri nskl. John and Marcus Hefferln; also 33 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Friends received 2-4 and v p.m. ot tne kuolki b. NFFl V FUNFRAI . HOME. 2208 Mt Rnvnl Rlvd.. Glenshaw. Funer al Monday at 9:30 o. m. Reauiem man mass in sr. ursuia cnurcn at 10 a. m. In lieu of flowers memorials may oe maae to int Little Slsteri of the Poor. Kerr Of 201 Birmingham Ave., on Oclober lo, 1970, Katherine Sweeney, wife of the late William H. Kerr; mother of William H. and Robert j. Kerr; five grandchildren. Friends received at the READ- SHAW FUNERAL MOMt, liUl Brownsville Rd. Reauiem high mass Monday at 10 a. m, In St. Basil inurcn. LaBella On Oct. 15, 1970. Federlco (Fred), beloved husband of Addolorata; father of Mrs. Marie Panno, Mrs. poiores Mcuenana, Antnony, uom- Qlnk Cmnl. C,. Alh.rl llllllr nuiuili nun., ntu, niw.n and Nlckolas; also eight grandchll- aren. i-rienas receivea ai ine PHII IP A. BIANCO FUN-PAL HOME, 719 Brighton Rd. Reauiem mass In Replna Loell Church on Monday at 9:30 a. m. Lauria On Thursday. Oct. 15, 1970. Vin cent A., beloved husband of Mary Ann senicaio Lauria, juu bien-mawr Ave., Sheraden, Pgh.; father of Vincent Jr., Mary Ann and Ron-old; brother of Louis. Friends received at McDERMOTT FUNER AL HOME, 1225 Lhartiers Ave., McKes Rocks. Reauiem mass at hdiv nnocenis cnurcn on Monaav. Oct. 19, at 11 a.m. Leonard On Friday, Oct. U, 1970, Marv Jane, of 213 Marose Dr., Penn Hills, beloved wile of Donald E. and mother of Suzan. Friends will be received at the WILLIAM F GROSS FUNERAL HOME, IIJ5 Frankstown Rd. (at KOdi xa.i, Penn Hills, where services will be held on Monday at 1:30 p. m. Family reauests visitations 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 o. m. ' Levin On Friday, Oct. lo, 1970, ot 10 a. m., Hyman I. Levin, beloved brother ot Jacoo A. Levin, Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. Ann Lewis and Mrs, Martin (Either) Terner, all of Pittsburgh; also survivea ov nieces ona neohews. Services at the RALPH SCHUGAR CHAPEL, 5509 Centre Ave., on bunaay at 3 p. m. Interment West View Cemetery. Family suggests contribution! be made to Tne neon r-un. visuo-tlont one hour prior to the tervlct. Logan On Wednesday. Oct. 14. 1970. wiuiam j. ot o Mirorone mv.. Wllmeraing, neiovea nusDana o; Mrs. josepnine aekera; tamer ot Mrs. Ella Baver of Turtle Creek; brother of Miss Annie Logan and Hnwnrd Lnann of Indiana. Pa.; also two grandchildren and two Breot-grandchildren. Friends re ceived ar ine jaivies j. Lriem FUNERAL HOME, 201 Marguerite Ave., Wilmerdlng, where servlcet win be held on Saturday at 1 p. m. prienat invnea. Lutz Charlet A on Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1970, husbond Of the lote Kathryn M.; father of Mrs. Carole L. 1 -...... A , nun. I D.M, olso fnur grandchildren; son of Mrs. Rachael Lutz. Friends received ot the ROWLAND S. COOKE FUNERAL HOME, 210 East End Ave., from 2-4 and 7-9 0. m. serv ices Saturday ot 11 a. m. B.P.O.E, Elks No. 577 tervlces Friday at :3u p. m. Maratta Of 1345 Coraopolis Helghtt Rd., In Vietnam on Wednesday. Oct. 14, 1970, Pfc. Craio Maratta; beloved ton of Ruth Ann Marti and Dr. John W. Maratta; brother of Jon W. Maratta; grondson of Mrt. W. C rninnrhnl Mnrnttn. Family will receive friends Friday 2-4 and 7-9 ft j. m. and Saturday to until noon at he R. D. COPELAND CORAOPOL IS FUNERAL HOME, 867 Fifth Ave., whert services will be held on Saturday at 2:30 p. m. In lieu of flowers memorial donations In hit name to the Coraopollt YMCA will be appreciated. McCafferty , Suddenly on Tuesday. October 1J. 1970, Patrick J., of 991 Illinois Ave.. Broddock Hills, Beloved husband ot the lata Eluabeth Dudley. Broth er of Mrs. Ann (Alice! McDermott of Lakewood, Ohio, ond Mrt, Jomet Brlnkerhoff ot Peoria, III. Also turvlved by nieces and nephewt. Friends received of the THOMAS L. NIEO FUNERAL HOME, IUI Washington -v., swittvaie. Family hnirs 7-4, 7-9 D m. Servlcet at Allegheny Cemetery Temple of Memories on Saturday at II a. m. Morten On Thursday. Oct 15. 1970. William A., one 94, of Oakmont, father of Aian w., wiuiam a. jr., ona jonn r.; aiso survivea nv tive arana children; two greatgrandchildren. Fnendt reclvid 2-4 ond 7-9 o. m. ot the ROBFRT H. CAMPBELL FUNERAL HOME, 378 Morvlond Ave., Oakmont, where servlcet will ne held on Monday ot j 0. m. Ma tonic tervicet sunaav ot o. m. Nichol On Friday, Oct. In. 1970, Jean Curron ot Brentwood, formerly of Becnvirw, beloved wite of John s. Nicnou infer ot Rosemary curron, vfrirurw Lurron, DutmiD Lurrun, Mrt. Georae (lenel Huahet, and -. r.. n . . Loull J. Curron. Frlendt received nt fhe L. BPINHAUFR AND SON CO. MORTUARY, 70 10 WeST LlOer. Rroulem mast St. Catherine of Sleno Church, Beechvlew, ot. 10 I 10 to if a. m. Vlsltollont 2 fa 4 and J D. m. Palermo On Thurt., Oct. 15, Joteph (Uncle Hippi) ot ro isrpaaway wesi rare, MrKect Rocks, husband of Josephine Paneccl; lather ol Mrt. Pol- ma Sunserl of Pah., Mrt, Johonn Traiisdale of Grrece. Mrt. Lenora Karpa of McKees Rockt; brother ot Mrt. sara fariuo nna Mrs. con-relta Onoleo of McKeet Rockt and Anthony Palermo ot McKeet Porks Aln survived nv S arand- children Friends received nf fha ANTHONY J. 1ANVITO FUNERAL HOME, 14 HrnadWay McKeet Korks, until monaav, uct, iv ot 9 30 0. m. Reauiem high most ot 10 a. m. Memorial donotlont may be tent lo tht Dmhetlc Reteorcfl Lenter, Maget woment notpitoi, Pearlman On Wednetday, October Mollie Pearlman, of II Reattv St . wit of fhe Tr Wllllom Peorlrmin; mother of Harold Pearlman of Lllwood Clly, Mrt, Tin (Helen) Selvln of New York, Emnion reorimnn Of fgi null IGernldlnel Seaneff ond Robert Pearlman a isler of Eva Krleger of Pi Yeltn Rnrn nf ph . ftnrf I Krleger of Pgti.i eight grandchll- g'n. irrvicet win pa neia ot DLANX BROI. FUNERAL HOME, t-oruet Ave. (at (raft) at l rntti Mt i M p.m. on Sunday. Vlsllallont lundny 17 noon until tervlce lime. Inlff meni enoora laron cemetery Peoples ?n Thurtrtay, Oclober R 1970, lorence V. Peonies, of 74) Filth II , Oakmont Wile nf Arthur I mother of Mrt. oilbejl (LtllTtt PREVIOUS 'v DEATHS ttssssssssssaammmm Bodine, Jane Thompson Dominek, Herman W. Dorr, Lena Marie English, Carl H. Hays, James M. Holmok, Anna LaBella, Federlco (Fred) Ligan, William J. Lutz, Charles A. Maratta. Craiff 4 McCafferty, Patrick J. Palermo, Joseph Phoenlk, Stanley R. Pro, Rose Grosso Sichak, Nicholas (Bridgie) Walker, George R. Zenuh, Andrew Death Notices Eller, Mrt. Theodora (Marian) Althelde, Dale E. and William A. Peoples; also survived by nine erondchlldren and two great-grandchildren. Friends mav call from 24 ond 7-9 p. m. at the LEONARD P. BURKET FUNERAL HOME, 421 Alleoheny Ave., Oakmont, Pa., Monday at 11 a. m. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the Lukemia Fund. Phoenik On Thursday, Oct. 15, 1970, Stanley R. of 109 Maplewood Dr., formerly of Voskamp St., husband of the late Rose Ellas Phoenik; father of Mrs. uoromv M"nen auu nuuci i Phoenik; brother of Steve; also the H. J. SCHELLHAAS SON FUNERAL HOME, 707 East St., N. S. on Monday-ar iu:ju a. m, UMihin M Rrpwvr Lnra No. &7 and friends Invited. Pro On Thursday, OCT. is, ivu. kos Grosso Pro, of Brookllne, beldved wite ot james no, mm u; Janet and Linda Pro; tlster of Mrs. Marvrino, josegn, mimuiit. rarsv ana oam uiussu. r, icir received at the L. BEiNHAUER AND SON LO. WUU IU"'( OJV West Liberty Ave. until Monday at 9 a. m. Reauiem mass in Our Lady of Loreto Church at 10 a. m. Salamon On Thursday, Oct. 15, 1970, Mary Sholak, wife of the (ate Andrew Salamon of West View, beloved mother of Mrs. Herman Lux Sr. of Johnstown, Mrs. Karl Pledle of West View, Sylvester J. of Utlca, Mien., tawara k. ana juscpn both of South Hills and the lata Andrew and Robert Salamon; sister of Mrt. Mildred Stewart of California; also 20 grandchildren ond 52 creat-arandchlldren. Family will receive friends and member of Christian Mothers, Legion of Marv, First Catholic Slovak Union Br. No. 2 from 2-4 and 7-10 p. m. at the T. B. DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME, 804 perrv hwv.,, norm Hills. Funeral Monday morning. Requiem high mass In St. Athanaslui Church at 10 o'clock. Savini-DeSanders Anna M., suddenly, on Friday, Oct. 16, 1970, beloved wife of Joseph Sovlnl; mother of Rose Allen, Henry, Sullivan, Joseph, Thomas, ond the, late Anthony Savlnl; s t-ter of Domenlca Mosco, Phllo-mena Coletto, Margaret Mrenak, , Stella Klickovlch, Richard and pniilip uesonaert, ana m iuiw Mary DISaboto; also survived by 17 grandchildren. Frlendt received at the WINTER FUNERAL HOME, R. F. Winter, Dir., 4730 Friendship Ave. Funeral on Tuesday at 9 a. m. Requiem mast In the Im maculate Loncepiion inurtn a. 10 a. m. Schnurer On Friday, Oct. 16, 1970, Eva, be loved wife ot tne laie Micnaei Schnurer; mother of Mrs. Malcolm r.,nlunl Mnur nf Plttshiirah. Or. Charlet I. Schnurer of Irwin. Pa.) sister Of Mrs. reari e.uu ona Avrum Katj; also five grandchildren. Friends received Saturday i. n m .1 ,h OIIDTOM I HIRSCH- CHAPEL. 2704 Murray Ave., aa. mil iopp. wwiowiibiw . t ......... tulll h. halH on Sunday at 1 P. m. Interment Bern snaiom Lemcrery. Schotchner On Friday, Oct. 1, Olive D., beloved mother of Elizabeth S. Els-enbels; also survived by 3 grand- ennaren. service win oe neia in Corning, N. Y., on Monday ot 2 n m Olwiu run It flowers. Dona- , flons'mov be made to St. Margaret Memorial nospnai. Arrangemenu by the HENRY LEY FUNERAL HOME. Sichak Of 728 Fourth Ave., Coroopollt, on Thursday, Oct. 15, 1970, Nicholas luriagie), oeiovea nusoona or Emma Slano; brother of Mlchae Sichak Sr. and Mrt. Michael Harsh; also turvlved by nieces and nephewt. The family will receive frlenrK at the R. D. COPELAND CORAOPOLIS FUNERAL HOME, 867 Filth Ave., wnere tervicet win be held on saturaay at i p. m. Donationt In hit name to . fha Memorial Fund of the Zion Luther, an Church will be appreciated. Smith On Friday, Od. 14, 1970, at Mer-, cy Hotpital, Irene K. of 1115 Walnut Rd., North Versailles Two., beloved wife ot Bernard Clark Smith, tlster of Joseoh Kovacs. Friends received at tht WILLIO FUNERAL HOME, 220 9th Ave., McKeesport. Services Monday l: p m. McKeesport. Solomon On Thursday, October 15, 1970, Michael Solomon or, tx Mevran Ave., husband of Anna Solomon) father of David Solomon ond Mrs. Charlotte Dougherty; brother of Mrs. Florence stark ot r-ori i.nar. i.ii . em nrA ChM.la, u nmnn! elgh grandchildren. Services will oe new ar blank vi. ruijcw-sl home. Forbes Ave. at Craft, ot 11 a. m. on Sunday. Visitation! fiunaay v:ju a. m. to service nm. nterment Machselkel Hadat Ceme tery. Stefanacci Suddenly on Thursday, Oct. IS, 1970. Richard W. of 512-A Sewlckl'v Ave , Hermlnle, husband of Elsie Yates Stelanoccl) lather ol Richard B , Rrbert L., Ronold P., Pun IV nnd Rnvmond A.; brother of Samuel of Pittsburgh, Amerigo, Floyd ona Eugene, vioier oenciw kl, Rose Bonote, Margaret Hal-ilntky, Minnie Mondlsh ond Catherine Stefonoccl. He was on em-piove of U.S. Freight of Plttsburoh. Frlendt art being received at tha YOU CAN SELL, BUY OR RENT ALMOST ANYTHING WITH A PRESS OR Post-Gazette WANT AD RESULTS ARE IMMEDIATE DIAL 263-1201 Death Notices JTADER NICKELS FUNERAL HOME, 404 Sewlckley Ave., Her- niinle, Oally 2 5 ond 7-10 p. m. ' Requiem high mass will be ceie-broled In SI Edword I Churrh, : Hermlnle, en Monday at 9:30 a. lit. Walker On Thursdoy, Oct. 15, 1970. George R. Walker, ot 846 Oarteyvllle Rd , Indiana lwp., husband ot tht lata Ada Maud Clark; father ot Mary Johnton, Idamoe Wllllomt, John r, and Joseph C. Walker; brother of Emma ond Hudabell Montgomery; 14 grandchildren ond 15 great- Srandchlldren. Frlendt received at LVIN R. CAMPBELL FUNERAL HOME, 1314 Middle St., Sharrit-burg, from 2-4 and 6 9 p. m. Funeral tervlct Saturday, Oct. 17 at 2 p. m. Zenuh On Thursday, Oct. H, 1970, An-drew, ot 324 Avenue L, Forest Hills, beloved husband of Mary Franglt; beloved lather of Chrlt Andrew; brother of Mrt. Mary J. Bordogna, Georae, John and Mrt. Ann Connely. Frlendt may call at the EMILY M. LANIOAN FUNERAL HOME, 700 Linden Ave., East Pittsburgh, alter 6 0. m. on Friday. Saturday and Sunday visitations 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m, Funeral on Monday at 12 noon, with visitation one hour prior to tervlces. In Iht Greek Orlhodox Church Yoapantl of East Pittsburgh. In lieu of flowers, contributions mav be made to the Church Building Fund. F Florists Boslcatt in AC MA. SPRAYS .300 G Monuments Cemetery ALLEGHENY Memorial Cemetery -6-grave lot, S350. Excellent location, Phone 372J257; , ALLEGHENY Memorial Park -4-grave plot, 8200 each or J50 far all. 364-9517. Lost and Found EYEGLASSES - Brown case, lost Sunday near stodium. Phone 531-1105, GERMAN Shepherd - "lV'i year male, mark on snoot, between San-dusky-East Lacock, N.S. Reward. 782-3863. 2B Business Personals DISC BJOCKEY MIKE LEVINE TELLS YOU HOW CALL 922-3363 For Recorded Message Columbia School of Broadcasting (Not off II CBS or other Insts.) COMBO - "Tht Sensational Town- ers." Available weddings, parties., banquets, lounges, etc. 323-0268. CHEVY - 1958 sedan, located at KeoDes aaraae, Dorsevv e. Pa.. 767-5365. Notice that failure to reclaim vehicle within 30 davs shall bt deemed consent to the sale, destruc tion or other disposition at int vehicle. Legal Notices CLIFFORD J. Koerth. altnrnev al ' Law, iOiS Frick tiidg., Ha. 152V. Notice Is hereby given of Intention to , apply on or after the 23rd day of October, 1970, to the Department of State, of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at Harrisburg, Pa., for an amendment to tht Charter of Pall- ' taaes Plaza, inc., a nonprofit cor. " poratlon, havlna lis realttered office ot No. Two Gateway Center, Plttt-burgh, 15222, Allegheny County, Penn- svlvanla, under the provision! of Nonprofit Corporation Law of tht 1 Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, on- " proved May 5, 1933, as amended. ' The nature and character of the pro. prd amendment Is as follows: ' NINTH: Tht Corporation shell not be conducted for orotlt and shall nave no capital stock. Tht membership of the corporation shall at all times bt limited to Individuals who are members of Housing Eaulties, Inc., ond who have tne oporoval, of the board ot Directors ot Housing Eaulties. Inc., or ot such other noiHu'O'lt corporation as tne Feo'.ral Housing Commissioner shall from time to time approve as tht sponsor of onv orolect or oroiects owned or operated bv the corporation. In the event that a member of the corporation ceases to be a member of Houslna Eaulties, Inc., or II tht aforesaid aooroval of tht Board Of Directors of Houslna Eaulties, Inc.. It withdrawn or If he ceases to bt a member of such other corporation, l-as mav be approved bv the Federal ' Houslna Commissioner, then In any " tuch event such shall constitute ' automatic reslanatlon as o member ond director of the corporation. Tht corporation shall bt maintained bv tht duet of tht member! and by voluntary contributions. Tht officer! of the corporation must all bt - dlrtctor! of tht corporation txceot i for the Secretary and Treasurer, who mav bt tht tamt person, and need not be directors of the corporation. THE Bv-Law! of the corpora- ,r tlon shall not be Inconsistent with the provisions of these Articles or of the Reoulatorv Agreement between tht corporation and tht Federal - ' Housing Commissioner, pursuant to Article Fourth hereof, and for thtta O'Tnises to hove, nossess ond enloy all tht rights, benefits and orlvlleoet ofjsald Acjjtfnemblv. NOTICE Is hereby alven purtuant to the orovislnns of Act of May 24. 1945, P. L. 967, as amended, of intention to file In tht offlct of tht Secretary of tht Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, at Harrisburg, ond let the offlct of tht Prothonotary of tht Court r.t Common Pier-vo' Allegheny Countv, on Thursday, tht 22nd day of , ' October, 1970, a Certlflcott for Iht 1 conduct of a business In Allegheny , Countv, Pennsylvania, under tht " assumed or fictitious name, stvle or designation of Fot--Porkwnv Real- !' tv, with Its principal place of tv'sln-'S at i'l Penn Center Nn 1 711 pinn rnfii Rnulaunrrt. Pltlt. burah. Pa. 15735. The names and addresses of all person! owning or Interested In tald business ort Tvnnhot Drlvt, Monroevllle, Pa. 15146. 1 1 notice is hereby alven pursuant to the orovislnns of Act of May 24. ,' ' iv, r. l. vo, as amenaea, or I.Hl.M " ,11. I . !.- A 1 1 i . nl ... I' Secretary of tht Commonwealth of ' the offlct of fht Prothonotorv of tht Court of Common P'eos nf Alleoheny Countv, on Wednesday, the 21st day miwftirt nt n hiitlnmc In Altnh)nw r nimiv. pnnvivnnin. iinnpr ine assumed or fictitious name, stylt or destination of Plttsburoh M"slc In-dustrles, with It! principal place of " h,,lni at 20 Watt Street. Pitts- ' Duron, po. ti names ana addressee fif all persons ownlno or Interested n said business ore: Julius Mitchell. 20 Wott St.. Plttsburoh, Po., WHIa ; Mae Mircneu, a wait st., rirtt- Duran, fa. UftTI-C I ..... . I , ... ......1 fo h orovlsinns of Act of May 34, . 1945, P. L. 967, as omended, of ... .1 .- .11- ., ..I... - i u.. imennon 10 tub in inw othlw ot imv 1 Secretary of tht Commonwealth of Pennv!vanla. of Harrisburg, and In tht offlct of tht Prothonotary of tht Court of Common Pitas of Allegheny roiintv. on Thiirtdnv. the 97nd riav nf October. 1970. a Ctrtlflralt for tht conaucT ot a ousinvi in wncgnrnv UJiiiiiT. rri'T-iviiiuu, uiiuri ,hw assumea or tictitious name, styie or dlona"nn of Jav Dee Woodworking, with Its principal place of h"-'nes ot 1420 Western Ave., Pah., -i 15233, Po. The nomet ond nddresset 1 of oil orsnnt owning ar Interested In told business art: John K, Yee, 3041 w. Llhort" A., Pgh . Pn Vh . and Donald W. Cuoo, 2194 Paulina -Ave., Pah.Pa. 15216 "NOTICE'lt htrtbv alven oursuanf tn tht nrovlsi"nt of Act of May 24, 1945. P. L. 967, as amended, of IntMitton to fH In the ofllce nl tht Secretory of tht Commonwealth of Penn'vtvnnla, ot Harrisbura, and In VIUII'TI V. ,,III...ITI M'W ...f of October. 1970, a Certificate for fhe conduct of a business In Alleoheny Cnunty. Pennsylvania, under tht i assumed or fictitious no me, stvte or Aaeifinniinn mm tkniriiwi nanru. wiin lt prtncioaf place of bulntsi ot W Cnfpmrrt 1., WllrTwrrl.nO' Alltoh-nv Countv. Po. 15148. Tb9 nomH onrt nritirn of all iwrtoot ownloo or UII...i.JIm Dm f CI IB t r-, nvTne lYiutyttf fnsrwirutaf tTiiiiitai iiniiii ru, uiif, ESTATE-of Chorltt f. Klrtehler t Jr.. oka C. P. Klrtehler Jr.. de- ceased, of Sholer Twp Pa No 471 Of lyrv. LViieri TPSTameninrv gn nn estate were aranted to tht under. sinned who reautstt all persons hnvlng clnlmi or demand! ogninst " tht tttnlt of decedent to make 1 Indebted fa decedent to make poy- i . . . ill , . i . .. I I B ITIfm Wlinmil nrinv TO .nr,rir .-. Klrtehler III, Extr., 2402 Clear view Drive, Shnler Two., Pa,, or to O. . Bldg , Pllltburgh. Po. 15219. MFYFR. Dnrrooh, Buekltr, iehe-fk ft EcV, Atfornevi of Low, J90I Low ond Plnnnct Building, Pltft. C,,,nh Pit lull Nnllce It hereby given Burtuont to tht nrqvltlnni of Act of May 24, 1945, P. L 967, at omtndtd, of lnltntlon ft flit In tht offlct of tht Secretary of itit fommonwealth of Penntylvonltt, nt Harrittjura, ana in int onict or m Prothonotary of the Court of. Com- non Pleat of Allegheny County, on wednttaoy, int 7itf aov or oewpr. 190. a Certlflcoft for tht conduct of A hm imm In A leahanv f numv Penntvlvonln, under tht assumed er flclllltui namt, itylt or designation of Brown 1 To., with Ift principal place o( butlnest at 10l.Berwlck ftrlve, Pittsburgh, Pd. 15711. Tht nomet and Oddretets of Oil ptrtnnt owning or Interfiled. In tald butlnest ore: Lelnnd C. Brown, Jr., 101 perwlcli Drlvti Pltttburoh, Pa.jflH. HARRY A. Saint, Attorney, 10J , Law A Flnonct Bldg., Plttsburoh, Po. Commonwtallh of PtnntylTtMila, County ot Alleoheny, Aiict JtV Robert H, tlnrdln, , K" Itot. U Ft""?',,"- 7"'" Hardin vt. I fit Cirtnher rMMuui Plan te tfnberl din: Tou ort noiitieo mm "m Hardin, Iht rlolntlll, hgt enmmtneed on ocllon o dlvorc owins) you, tvhltti you art reai ttttrHf of WltttitflV Couniy

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