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Deaf Nofett Bornscheuer On Wednesday, Feb. 28, 1967. PM, Collins, beloved wife of A H (Bar. nev) Bornscheuer; mother of Elsie Dugltal; ister of Mrs. Lillian Cos. for, Edwin G., Oliver E., Earl F and Arthur J. arid the late Clyde CO llns,- olso 18 grandchildren. Friends received at the F. X ERNY FUNERAL HOME, 2361 Brow"; Rd., Corrick. Funeral Saturday at o. m. Reouiem high moss St Wendelln's Church at 10 a. m. Menv SS? i0,uCi"'r,',ck,. Ea9,es Auxiliary 1520 Invited. Visitation 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 D. m. Brady On Wednesday, March 1, 1967, Mich-oel F., beloved husband of Margaret R. Hartnett Brady, of 333 Merritt Ave.; father of Mrs. Helen Stenarr Mrs. Lucille Diehl, Mrs. Pegov Ba-dall; olso eight arandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Friends received at JOHN H. SLATER SONS WHITEHALL FUNERAL HOME, 4201 Brownsville Rd., Brentwood. Funeral Saturday morning at 9 o'clock Re-auiem mass In St. Norbert Church ot 9:30 o clock. Burkhardt Suddenly, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 1967, Leo A., of 139 Fairfax Road, Forest Hills, brother of Clarence, of N Braddock; Mrs. Marie Kirk, of Mt Lebanon; son of the late Alex ond Catherine Hohman Burkhardt. Funeral from the JOSEPH P. ZORN FUNERAL HOME, 445 Fourth St , Braddock, on Saturday at 8:30 a m Beauiem high mass In St. Joseph's Church ot 9:00 a. m. Friends Invited. Family reauests visitations 2-4 and 7-9. Holy Name will oray the Rosarv Friday ot 8:15 d. m. Cardarelli liMidenly, on Wednesday, March 1, lfo7, Loretta, beleved wife of Joseoh C.i of 300 Beverly Rd., Ml. Lebanon; mother of Mrs. Virginia de la Veaa, Mexico City, Mrs. Pompea Vollaro, Long Island, Don, Louis, Joe, Charles, ond Mai. A. James U.S.A. F.t 16 grandchildren; 0ne great-grandchild. Friends received ' nt the L. BEINHAUER , SON. CO. MORTUARY, 2630 West Liberty Ave., 2-4 ond 7-9 p. m. Funeral on Saturday at 9 a. m. Reauiem hlah mass at St. Bernard's Church at 10 a. m. Interment Queen of Heaven Canon Wednesday, March 1, 1967, Marie E. Coss, of 222 Holland Ave., Braddock, wife of the late Paul D.; mother of Paul D. Jr., Ruth Artem, Marguerite Carr, Virginia Benson, Geroldine Martin, Constance Welsh, Delorei Rothraulf, Joan Naoolitan, Harry, Audrey Zolrtel, and Charles Carr; also survived bv 37 arandchildren ond 28 great grandchildren. Funeral from the JOSEPH P. ZORN FUNERAL HOME, 445 Fourth St., Braddock, on Saturday at 10:15 a. m. Reauiem hlgii mass In St. Brendan's Church at II a. m. Friends Invited. Carter Pearlman, of 226 Columbia Ave., Penn Hills, husband of Ella Mae; father of G. V. Carter and Pearl-man Jr., both of Chicago, Betty J. Carter, of Washington, D. C., Sher-lly, Henerilla and Catherine Mason; brother of Mrs. Adell Rodgers, Mrs. Mattie Richardson, both of Pah., Nellie J. Carter and John, of Ala.; son of Flossie Carter, of Ala. Friends received at WILLIAM F. FREDERICK FUNERAL HOME, 605 Brush-ton Ave., bcainning Thursday at 10 o. m 2-4 and 7-10 thereafter. Funeral services Saturday at 2 n. m. from Christ Temple Apostolic Church, Columbia Ave. (Mr. Carter was an employe of Union Switch ond Signal Co.) Clark On Thursday, March 2, 1967, Victor, husband of Ida Stuhna; father of Jomes George, Norma and Dolores Smith; brother of Rose Andrews, Mary Jozorski, Cecelia Nowickl and Edward; also 15 grandchildren. Friends are Invited to call ot the LEO J. HENNEY FUNERAL HOME, 323 Second Ave., Carneqie. Funeral Saturday with reauiem high mass in St. Joseoh s Church at 10 a. m. Comito On Tuesday, Feb. 28, 1967, Margaret Simmer, of 18 Morningslde Ave., Wilmerding, beloved wife of James; mother of Mrs. Joanna Mezevitch; sister of Mrs. Sara Keller, of Poh.; Mrs. Elsie Lutr, of Irwin. Pa.; Mrs. Jane Movers, of Pah.; John Simmer ond James Simmer, of Poh.; also three arandchildren. Friends received nt the JAMES J. ALFIERI FUNERAL HOME, J01 Marguerite Ave.. Wil-merdina, where services will be held on Friday at 2 D. m. Friends Invited. - Cosgrove On Wednesday, Morch 1, 1967, Mary C. Cosorove, sister of Sr. Camilla Mary, S. C, Mrs. Ellen Hartiaan, Mrs. Kathrvn Stevenson, Mrs. Sora DavH ond Thomas F. Cosorove. Friends received nt McCABE BROS. INC. FUERAL HOME, 6214 Walnut St , Shadyslde. Funeral on Saturday, Morch 4, 1967, ot 9 a. m. Rsauiem high mass In Sacred Heart Church at 10 a. m. Crevar Suddenly, on Thursday, . Morch ?, 1967, Alexander S. (AM of Par Drive, Whitehall Borough, beloved husband of Gazella Crevar; father of Jeffrey A.; also one sister and one brother. Friends received Friday and Saturday from 2-4 and 7 9 V m at the JOHN H. SLATER SONS WHITEHALL .FUNERAL HOME, 4201 Brownsville Pd Brentwood. Funeral Sunday afternoon at the Baldwin Community Methodist Church at 2 o'clock. Cuccia On Thursday, Morch 7. Anthony, husband of A Sarah Reoia m i i . Swlssvvae Ave.,, Wilk. father ot Mr " HaHle V'herine) Lynch and Mrs. Donald (Lorraine) Shiver, of Flo Joseoh ond Victor Cuccia of Poh brother of Mrs Jnsenh (Rose) Reola and Mrs. Minnie ue Snlvo of N Y., and Louis Cuccia; iC eight orandchlWren. Friend, CE t SV"fUN E R AL PHOME.E- CeTr fnt Wolfnce AvO Wilk. Hlah moss if reauiem In St. James Churct i on Monday ot 10 o. m. Family hours 2-4 and 7-9 p. m. Crispiana Sr. Mary (Hedwlg Smvkla), on Feb 28 1967, at the Fclician Convent, Coroopoils Pa Solved bv several nieces and nephews. Translation to the convent chapel will b'0" Thursday, 4:30 p. rr i with funeral high mass Friday at 10 a . rn. Arrangements bv the ANTHONY A. SANVITO FUNERAL HOME, Cora-oooiis. Davis On Tuesday. Feb. 2, 1967, M"'ne; wife ot Charles Davis, of 310 First St., Oakdale, Po.; mother of Charles E. Dovis, of Imperial; sister ot Blanche Bradlev, ot Oakrioe, Es-tello Gilchrist, of Mjnonoahela, ond Edward Levda, of Kirwin wj also survived by three , '""-"T dren. Friends received ot the RICHARD THOMAS FUNERAL HOME Oakdole, Po., where services win be held Saturday ot la o.". ; i Star and White Shrine services Fri day at 7:30 o. m. Dehne , Clora M., on Thursday, March 1967, of 842 Graham Blvd., Wilk.. formerly of Edgewood, wMe of the late Georoe C. Dehne; mother ot Dorothy Pfundt, of Wilk., Dr. Thro-dore L. Dehne, of Phila , ond the lote Edgar C. Dehne: sister of Mrs. Louise brever, of Ft. Wayne, Ind, also seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Friends may call laturdoy 1-3. O. m n I the C. DALE WILCOX FUNERAL HOME, Rebeceoj and Center . 515.. Wilk. Services and Interment private. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to vour favorite charity. DeXardo On Mnrch 1, Fleannr DeNnrdo, of Wilklnsburp, beloved wile nt the late D, H. DeNnrdo, mother of Bernard, olso three arnndchddren. Friends received ot the EDWARD T. PERRONE MORTUARY, 74SS Church St., Swissvole. Funeral on Snturdov, Mnrch 4. Hlah mass of reauiem in the Madonna Del Castello Church at 9:30 a. m. Family hours 2-5 ond 7-10 p. m, Devers Of Wevman Road, Overbrook, on Wednesday, Morch 1, '967, Michael, in hi, 72nd year, son of the lote Charles ond Cotherine, Devers; brother of Catherine Golliford, fcllza-beth Pfoff and Mary Miller. Friend, received at the FUNERAL HOME OF J. D. SCHAUB SONS, 425 Brownsville Road, Mt. Oliver. Funeral on Saturday ot 10 a. m. Hian mass of reauiem In SI. Norbcrts Church at 11 a. m. Died (Stewart) On Wednesday, March t, 1967, Mary E. Dietz, ot 2813 Pioneer Ave mother of Mrs. Saroh O'Dov, and the late Raymond F. Stewart and Viola Massung; sister of William E. Welnhelmer and Mrs. Anno May Carless; also survived by l orend-chlldren and 16 oreat-grandchiidren. Friends received at the COLLIGAN-BARRY FUNERAL HOME, 608 War. rington Ave. Services on Saturday, March 4 at 2 p. m. Dugan On wednesdov, March 1, 1967, Knlh. rvn Reed Duoon, of, 2?1" Meridan St., beloved wife., of Wallace S. Duofln; sister of Mrs. Ida Mnren, also survived by nieces and nephews Friends received at the PARLORS OP WM. SLATER AND SONS INC., Vlroinlrj Ave. and Kearsarge St., Mt. Washington, tinlll 9:15 o. m. Saturday, March 4. Pcaulem hlah mass in St. Marv of the Mount Church ot 10 o. m, Ely On Wednesday, March 1, 1967, Fd-warrj George, of 17 Dewey Ave., Ingram, husband nf Anno M. Sweeney; fother of Mrs. Ruth M. Jamison, of Flo , Ann M. Johnson, ol Pgh. ond the late Edward Georoe Jr.; also 11 grandchildren. Friends received from 2-4 ond 7-9 p . m. nf A. STAAB AND SONS FUNERAL HOME, 34 East Crnftnn Ave., Crnf. ton. Reauiem hlah mass In St, Philip Church on Saturday, March 4, al 10 a. m. Fargo Suddenly en Wednesdov, March 1, 197, ot 4:15 o. m., Samuel J. Jr., ao 3 venrs, beloved hnspona of Jen! Brooks Fargo, of 131 Connie DEATHS YESTERDAY Carter, Pearlman Clark, Victor Cosgrove, Mary C. Crevar, Alexander Cuccia, Anthony Davis, Madaline Dehne, Clara Devers, Michael Dugan, Kathryn Fargo, Samuel J. Jr. Golicher, Ralph B. Griffith, Dorothy Hartin, Charles F. Horn, August Hunt, Martha Jablonski, Georgina Likar, Hermine Lindberg, Oscar H. Ludy, John MeCamcy, Harold Medley, Frances Pszeracki, Stella M. Riddle, William A. Rolf, Irene Seharding, Leo J. Simko, Rase Slinger, Jacob Stewart, Laura M. Vrance, Stephen Death Notices Drive, Ross Two.; father of Debra Louise, Sharon Catherine, Patricia Anne, Sandra Rose, Joseoh Anthonv ond Samuel J. Fargo III; son of Samuel J. Sr. and Catherine Man-gone Farao; brother of JoseDh Fargo and Mrs. Elizabeth Deiss. Er'ed-5.roccivrd ot the NORMAN G. HfcARD FUNERAL HOME, 4047 Perrysville Ave., N. S. Funeral on Saturday at 10:30 a. m. High mass of reauiem In the Church of the Nativilv, at U o clock. Ferguson Wednesday, Morch 1, 1967, at Braddock Hospital, Anna B. Adams, of 452 Filth St., Braddock, wife of the lote Robert Ferguson; mother of Arthur O. Long, of Detroit, and Lois Diana ot homo; sister of Margaret Lucas, Ruth Laird, William, John ond Lloyd Adams; also two grond-childrrn survive. Funeral services at the JOSEPH P. ZORN FUNERAL HOME, 445 Fourth St., Braddock, on Saturday at 2 o. m. Friends invited. Ferrari An Tuesday. Feb. 98. 1967. Anneln. husband of Armidn Michelucci; father of Mrs. Anna Qijinn, Mrs. Cleo Catalano, Mrs. Phylis Flovd, Eugene, unu oiiviu rerrori; oroiner Of vtrs. Zaida Guerra of San Frnnrn.m. Colif.; also 11 grandchildren, tour great-grandchildren. Friends received at the RAYMOND J. BRUSCO FUNERAL HOME, Broadway at Shlras Ave., Beechview, Irom 2-5, 7-10 p. m. Reauiem high mass In St. Catherine I Lnurcn on i-riaay at iu a. m. Freed On Wednesday, March 1, 1967, Attorney Morris M Freed, blovcd husband of Anne Coplan Freed, of 5555 Forbes Ave.; father of Charles V. Freed; brother of Harold I. Freed; also two grandchildren. Services at the RALPH SCHUGAR CHAPEL. 5509 Centre Ave. on Friday at U o. m. Interment Beth Shalom Cemetery Thursday evening after 7 p. in. Gatta Feb. 28, 1967, Glml, age four, of 518 Mt. Vernon Ave., Coraopolis, Po. Son of Egldio and Jeanette Gatta; brother ot Joan Marie, Glna and Alfonso; grandson of Mr. ond Mrs. Alfonso Gatta of Italy, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Webb of Canada. Friends received at the ANTHONY A. SANVITO FUNERAL HOME, 1316 Fourth Ave., Coraopolis. Blessing services Friday at 1:30 p. m. Golicher On Tuesday, Feb. 28, Ralph 8., of 6346 Penn Ave., husband of the lote Florence Schultz; father of Groce Maguire ond Horry Golicher; olso three grandchildren ond 10 greatgrandchildren. Funeral from the At P.FRT B. AND MARIE J. HEN NINGER FUNERAL HOME, 4635 Butler St. on Saturday, March 4, ot 1 p. m. (Lancaster. Pa. papers please coovl. Goodman On Thursdov, March 7, 1967, Ethel Roaner, wile of John (Jack) Good- mnn. of I nnavue Ave.. McCandlesS Two.; mother of Mrs. Barbara Yet- ter, jonn k. ana tsevenv uoocmani dauahter of Jennie Schenk and Ed ward A. Roaner: sister of Mrs. Vir ginia Engelhardt and Mrs. Betty Goron; olso survived bv two qrand-children. Friends received at the H. P, BRANDT 1-UNtKAL HUME, 1032 Perrv Hlahway, Pcrrvsvllle, where services will be held on Mon- nn nwnlnn nt 11 o'clock. Family suaaesls contributions to The Heart Fund. Greenway r.n T.. C.k M 10A7. UnTftl JI I'JCliluli ret,. m, . .v , ........ Greenwood Greenway, formerly of iiOIJ west parson 31., wue ur ine lote Sylvester Greenwav; beloved mother of Lurline Savelkl, and Rumburq of Minerva. Ohio; al,o survived bv three grandchildren ond five qrent-arandrhildrpn. Friends re-reived nt the MERVIN C. STOVER FUNERAL HOME, 534 l,iOnd Ave , McKees Rocks. Funeral services nn Fridny in ine wcr-ees num Methodist Church at 1:30 0. m. Griffith On Wednesday, March 1, Dorothy Hrlms, at East Tawas, Mich, (formerly of Voclkel Ave., Dormant), wife of E. L. Griffith; mother of Hcln Hertzlcr, Fva Jane Hcrshev, Gladys Moncrletf, Jeanne Kuhn, Olive Shltfler ond the lote John Robert Griffith; sister of Mrs. Olive Walter Kuhn; 13 arandchildren ond nine great-grandchildren. Friend, received ot the L. BEINHAUER SON CO. MORTUARY, J610 West Liberty Ave , on Friday and Saturday. Services 3 P. m. Friend, in-vilrd. Interment Mt. Lebanon Cemetery. Hartin On Thursday, Morch ?, 197, Chnrle, F , formerly nf Walnut St., brother of Mrs. Stella Reaon, Falronrt, M V Mrs r;enevieve F nn. Mr,. Ann Bero and Reaina Oseknwskl, all of Pgh. Friends wNI h received nt JOHN A. FREYVOGEL SONS, INC., 4900 Centre Ave. at Devonshire St., on Fridnv, 24 ond 7-9 p. m. Funeral Saturday morning. Hiah mnss of reauiem In St. Jomes Church, Wilk., at 10 o'clock. Horn On Thursday, March ?, 1967, Auoust (Gus) W., husband of Millie E. Horn; father of Lester L. Tnvlor. Friend, received ot the JOHN A. BRICKLE Y FUNERAL HOME, 7074 I eminaton Ave., where services will be held on Saturday at 2 o. m. Hunt MrfHha N , of 4 Camilla St., Baden, Pa , on Wednesday, March 1, 19A7, In Allouippa; mother of George H. of West Palm Bench, r-1 i.tHiu, I tahn 0 . hnth of AllaiiiPPa, Mrs Robert K. (Jennl Hamilton nt Amor'aae; ann crandrhildren ond eight orent grand-children. Frler:ds received 7-9 n. m. fodav 2-4 and 79 o m. Friday In the new DARROCH FUNERAL HOME, 2640 Mill St., Aliaulnna. Services ot 1:30 0. m. Saturday. Jablonski On Wednesday, Morch '-,,"'7. Sarah Kline, Jablonski Friend, . re- FUNERAL HOME, 608 Warrington Ave Funeral services wu suiuimmt at 3 0. m. Jordan On Wednesday. March 1, 1967, Mildred Jordan, of 215 South Fairmont Ave; sister of Mrs. Grace low of Buffalo, New York, Willis Gregory, of LaPorte, Indiana, ond Wells Gregory of Deerfi'jld Beach, Florida. Friends received Ot H. SAMSON, INC., 537 Neville St. (Oakland Civic Tenter), from Fridnv noon until 0 a m. Saturday when services will be held. Kline On Wednesday, March 1, 1967, Carrie Thomas of 300 Mel wood I .St., F E., wile ot the late S C. Kline; sister of Mrs. Ann Yokel and Ml Marlon Thomas: ount of W. Dale Bruan. Friends received at the RAYMOND C. WAPLES FUNERAL HOME, Bnum Blvd. of Graham SL, F E where services will be held on Saturday afternoon ot 1 o'clock. Likar " On Thursdov, Morch J, 1967, Hermine nf Oakrldoe Rd., R. D. 2, McDonald, (South Fayette), mother ot Agnes Mlzln, John, Henry ond Frank Llknr; sister ot From Dns-chek In Germany and 4 grandchildren. Friends received at the SAMUEL B. FRYER FUNERAL HOME, 729 Washlnalon Ave., Brldaevllle. Reauiem hlah mass In St, Barbara's Church, Monday at 10 a. m. Lindberg On Thursday, March ?, 1967, Oscar H. In his Slst year of 100 Nlelson Drive, GUI Hall, Po., husband of Rose Lindberg; fnther of John Oscar ond Nicholas Oscar Lindberg; son of John and Alma Lindberg nf Washington, Pa.; brother of John I Ind-berg of MrMurrav, Eric Lindberg of Flnlpyvllle ond a sister, Marv 1 oulse F orv of Hubbard, Ohio; also survived bv nieces and neohews. Friends received al the new Gil LFN A COULTFR FUNERAL HOME, 710 Old Clalrfon Pd., Pleasant Hills PREVIOUS DEATHS Bornscheuer, Elsie Brady, Michael F. Burkhardt, Leo A. Cardarelli, Loretta Carr, Marie E. Comito, Margaret Crispiana, Sister Mary DeNardo, Eleanor Dietz, Mary E. Ely, Edward G. Ferrari, Angelo Ferguson, Anna B. Freed, Morris M. Gatta, Gimi Greenway, Hazel G. Kline, Carrie Lytle, Lillian McDermott, Martin Moran, Elizabeth B. Nelson, Emma F. Pastorkovic, Katherine Regan, Thomas A. Rodgers, Sara Rowell, Mary Elizabeth Russell, Elizabeth Rutan, Rose Scatena, Angela Shipley, George W. Snyder, Nellie J. Subic, Paul Testa, Rocchina Travis, Wayne J. Trabucco, Desee Uhlenburg, Elizabeth Deotft Notices where service will be held on Saturday at 2 p. ni. Burial Jellerson Memorial Park. Lytle On Wednesday, March 1, 1967, Lillian Stickle Lytle of 167 Bryson Ave., Emsworrh; wile of the late Herman C. Lylle; daughter of the late William ond Lillian Wynn Stickle; sister ot Mrs. Harold M. (Mary S.) Poole, of Worthlngton, O. Friends received from 2-4 and 7-9 p. m. at the LESTER C. MCDONALD FUNERAL HOME, 529 California Ave., Avalon; where services will be held on Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Interment Saturday morning at Youngstown, Pa. Ludy On Thursday evening, March J, 1967, John, husband of Ethel Hauer Ludy, of East Bardoner Rd., Hampton Two.; father ot Mrs. Dorothy Everett; brother of Noah ond Harry Ludy, of Rockwood, Pa.; grandfather of Leslee Ann and Robert Everett. Friends received at the H. P. BRANDT FUNERAL HOME, 1032 Perry Hwy., Perrysville, where services will be held on Sunday afternoon ot 3 o'clock. Prlvaie Interment on Monday morning. McCamey On Thursday, March I, 1967, Harold E., husband of Ethel Mowcry Mc- .umicv, vi me kuvui Torn adts; lather of Randal Emerson McCamev, at home, and Patricia Lou Mc Camey, of Orlando, Florida. Friends received at H. SAMSON INC., 537 Neville St. (Oakland Civic Center), Thursday, 7-9 and Friday, 2-4 and 7-9. Services Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment private. In lieu of flowers the family suaaest, contributions be mode to the Presby terlan University Research Center. McDermott Martin, on Monday, Feb. 27, 1967, of 1591 Brookline Blvd., Brookline, beloved husband of Marie Bohnert McDermott; father of Marie Sullivon and Martin McDermott; brother of Sadie Swartz, Thomas and Jomes McDermott ond the late Katherine Barrett; seven grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Friends ond members of Local 33, Office Em-oloves mov roll of the FRANK F. DeBOR FUNERAL HOME, 1065 Brookline Blvd. Funeral on Saturday at 9 a. m. High moss of reauiem In the Church of the Resurrection at 10 a. m. Medley On Thursday, March 7, at 7:35 n. nv, Frances Potior, beloved wile of Unrnifi D MaHIau nf 1 107 Innhnm St., N. S.; mother of Mrs. Mary On Wednesday, March 1, Rocchina Jane Barnhort; also two grondchil-1 (nee Voccola), beloved wile of the dren. O.E.S. No. 264 and friends re-1 late Luciano; mother of Mary celved at the FRANK W. SIMONS Scallo, Catherine Porter, Adeline FUNERAL HOME, 2025 Perrysville I Alvino, Lucy Borrasso, Alice Pa-Ave. from 2-4 ond 7-9 p. m. Services ' lombo and Margaret Romeo, of on Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Moran Miss EII?obefh Bell, on Tuesday, Feb. 28, of Deary St., slster-in-lnw of Samuel Wilson; aunt of William H. and Samuel A. Wilson. Friends received at the FINDLAY C. WYLIE FUNERAL HOME, 10985 Franks-town Rood, Penn Hills, where services will be held Friday at II a. m. (Family reauests visitations 2-4 and 7-10 p. m.) Interment St. Peter's Cemetery. Call for transportation, PE. 1-2901. Nelson Emma Foul, on Wed., March t, 1967, of 223 Alpine Ave., N S wde of the lote Thomos A. Nelson; mother of Thomas W., Mrs. Mary Mccracken, Mrs. Jean Puteh and Mrs. Amido Ehrenfeld; sister of Miss EtIobeth Foul, Mrs. Anna May Miller, Mrs. Marv Hennlg ond JoseDh Foul; also eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Friends received ot the JOHN A. BRADY FUNERAL HOME, 920 Cedar Ave. at Tripoli St., N.S. Funeral on Saturday at 8:30 a, m. with reauiem high mass In St. Peters Church, N.S. at 9 a, m. Pastorkovic (Pastor) On Feb. 28, 1967, Katherine Marie Kowatic Pastor, of 5314 Fieldcrest Or, beloved wile of Frank J.; mother of Frank J., Mrs. Katherine Bachtell, Mrs. Joan Kiefer, Joseph M. and Steve R. Pastor; also two grandchildren; sister of Mrs. Mary Sutolovic, Mrs. Helen Erdelioc, Mrs. Frances Witkowski and George Kowatic. Friends received at PAUL C. STEPHENS FUNERAL HOME, 860 Lockhort St., N. S. Funeral on Saturday wilh reauiem hian mass in St. Gabriel Church at 10 0. m. He was a member of C. F. U Lodge 131. Pszeracki On Wednesdov, March 1, ot 7 0. m., Stella M. Taierico. beloved wile of Joseph Pszeracki, ot 417 East Burgess St., N. S.: mother of Pat Holecv, John Waityszka, Joseph ond Ralph Pszeracki; daughter of Mrs. Mary Taierico; sister of Rose Filipplno, Mary Schilling, Betty O'Neill, Helen Elstner, Mary Bicker, Raloh ond Jomes Taierico; olso one grandchild. Friends received ot the FRANK W. SIMONS FUNERAL HOME, 2075 Perrysville Ave. Funeral Monday at 9:30 a. m. High mass of reauiem In The Annunciation Church at 10 o'clock. Regan On Wednesdov, March 1. 1967, Thomas A., of 736 4th St., Verono, beloved son of Jomes oaa Virginia Regon; brother of Virginia Coodroa, James J. ond Lona Veroles,; grandson of Mr. ond Mrs. Joseph Kovel. Family requests that friends be re- tfiveu iruui t-n ui". v. in- ui m. WILLIAM J, O'NEILL FUNERAL HOME, 210 Allegheny River Blvd., Oakmont. Requiem high mass in 5t. Joseph Church on Saturday ot 12 noon. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery. Riddle William A., RD 1, Harmony, Pa., formerly of Aliaulppa on Wednesday, beloved husband of Doris S. (nee Schmaoker); son of John G.l brother of Baldwin J, Friends received 2-4 and 7-9 p. m. Friday. Funeral service, Saturday at 3:30 0. m. at the DARROCH FUNERAL HOME, 2460 Mill St., Allauipoa, Pa. Rodgers At St. Petersburg, Fla. formerly of Mt. Lebanon; on Tuesday, February 28, 196, Sara Davies, wile ot the lote Robert L. Rodgers; mother ot the lole Horry D. Rodgers ond Eleanor Rodgers Bell; mother-in-low of Mrs. Caroline S. Rodgers ot Mt. Lebanon; nlso three grandsons: Rob-erf D. Rodgers of Mt. Lebanon, John w. Rodgers nf Greentree, William R. Bell of Madison Wisconsin; a niece Mr,. Dorothy Young of Upper St. Clair; ond four great-grandchildren survive. Friends received at the E.B. LAUGHLIN FUNERAL HOME, 3310 W. Liberty Ave., So. Hills, where services will be held on Saturday, Mnrch 4 at I p. m. Visitations 2-4 and 7-9. Rolf Suddenly, on Wednesday, March 1, 196, at 12 noon, Irene Jackson, beloved wife ot Joseph E, Rolf of 3633 Bavtree St.; mother af Mr, Helen Wheeler of Silver Springs, Md., ond rsuiwrr w. koit or umano, ureoon; sister of Mrs. Edna Hagenlocher and William R. Jackson: also three grandchildren. Family reauest visita tion oerween rne nours ot z-5 ana 7.9 n m nt the M ft D M A u A HEARD FUNERAL .HOME, 404 rerrvsviiie Ave., N. 5. Services on Saturday alternoon ot 1 o'clock. Rowell On Wednesday, Morch 1, 1967, Mary Elizabeth Rowell, former resident of the Fairfax Apartments, daughter ot Mrs. Florence D. Rowell of Pgh.; sister of Mrs. Alice R. McGrew of Upper Black Eddy, Po l al,o survived by two nieces and one nephew. t-riena, received nt H. SAMSON inc., 53 Neville St. (Oakland Civic Center), Friday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Services Saturday alternoon at 1 o'clock. Interment private, Russell Suddenly, on Tuesday, sreb. Tt. at -Pittsburgh post.gzettei Friday, Deofr) Notices 1 o. m., Elizabeth E. Klelnleln, beloved wile of Edward Russell, ol 2001 Mountford St., N. S ; sister of Anna Ruch and Lorene Klem-lein. Friends received at the FRANK W. SIMONS FUNERAL HOME, 2025 Perrvsvillc Ave. Services on Saturday morning at II o'clock. Rutan On March 1, 1967 at 8 a. m., Rose McClintock Rutan, oae ohout 90 Wife of the late Fronk Rutan of Lone Pine, Pa, ond Cambridge Sennas, Ohln. Friends mov cnll nt the WEAVER FUNERAL HOME, Wavnesbura, Penna., Thursday and t-nday. Notice of time later. Scatena Angela, of Edmond St., rn Wednesday, March 1, 1967, wife ot the tale Giovanni (John) Scatena; beloved mother of Antonette Folic ic-chio, Anna DcMarco, Theresa Paaanlco, Lvdla. Katherine, John Jr. and Orlando Scatena; sister ot Bernadine, Rose. Anna. Guv, Snm and Frank; olso survived bv ten arandchildren. Friends received at the WINTER FUNERAL HOME, 4730 Friendship Ave. Funeral Sat urday at 9 a. m. Reauiem high mass In The Immacuiate Concen- tion Church at 10 a. m. Scharding Suddenly, on Tuesday. Feb. 28, 1967, Leo J (Ham), husband of Jean Voth Scharding; father of Leo J. Jr., Vernon, Peid, Stephen, Jeanne-marie Scharding; son of Hilda Schmidt; brother of Regis, Mrs. Syvilla Brickell, Mrs. Elizabeth Gray, Mrs. Margaret Thompson, Mrs. Mary Louise Gordon and Mrs. Anne Luttig. Friends recived at the JOSEPH E. JONES FUNfcRA" . HOME, 209 Allen Ave. Solemn requiem high moss in St George's Church on Saturday. March 4, at 10 a. m. Shipley George W., of 125 College Pork Drive, Monroeville,, rn Wednesday, March 1, 1967, beloved husband of Erma Fehr; father of George E-, David A., Leigh Ann, at home: son of Mrs. Gertrude and the lote Diocletian Shiolev of Beaver Falls; brother of Mrs. Phillip (Norma) Ross of St. Clair Two. Visitations with fomllv from 2-4 and 7 9 n. m. nt GENE VAN HORN'S MONROEVILLE FUNERAL HOME, Battv ot Havmokcr Road. Blessing services Saturday ot 10 a. m. Interment Zelienoole Mausoleum. Simko (Thomas) March 2, 1967, Mrs. Rose of 2337 Manor Ave., Swissvole, mother of Mrs. Marv Lancv, Mrs. Ann Gress, Michoel, Andrew and Albert Simko; sister of John Kilian; also 11 orand-children, 15 great grandchildren and 5 great great grandchildren. Friends received ot the ALBERT G. LE5KO FUNERAL HOME, Bell J, Jones Aves., N. Braddock. Requiem high moss In St. Michael's R.C. Church Saturday, March 4th at 10 a. m. Slinger On Thursday, March 2, 1967, Jacob, beloved father ol Mrs. Lemnin (Cecelia) Mullln, Mrs. Nick (Mildred) Zaffulo, Joseph and Maurice Slinger, oil of Pgh.; Marv, Ida Slinger. of Kittanning, Pa.; brother of Max SJinger, of Pgh.; Mrs. Harry (Ida) Schmidt and Mrs Jock (Sadie) Lompenfleld, both of Monroeville; also 10 grandchildren. Friends received 7-9 P m ot the BURTON L. HIRSCH CHAPEL, 2704 Murray Ave., Saulrrel Hill (opposite Mor-rowfield Aots ), where services will be held on Friday at 1 p. m. Interment Shaare Torch Cemetery. Family supqests contributions be made to the Heart Fund. Snyder Mrs. Nellie J. Snvder, (Nellie J. MacAdam), beloved wife of the lote Charles L. Snvder; beloved mother of Kenneth C. Snvder; survived bv brothers, Louis and James Mac-Adam; sisters, Mrs. Sarah Miller and Mrs. Loura Harmon, of Detroit, Michlggn; nephews ond nieces. Member of the First Presbvterlan Church, Damascus White Shrine 1 and OE.S., Triumph Charter. Services at the FRANK W. SIMONS FUNERAL HOME, 7025 Perrvsville Ave., N. S.. on Friday, March 3, at 2 P. m. Stewart On Wednesday evening, March 1, 1967, Laura M. Stewart, of the Fast End; sister of Emma M., William H. and Walter G. Stewart, all of Pqh. Friends received at the RAYMOND C. WAPLES FUNERAL HOME, Baum Blvd. (at Graham St.) E. E., where services will be held on Solurday afternoon at 3 oclock. Subic Wednesday, Mnrch 1, 1967, Paul, of 1066 Laurel St., Brldneville, Po., fother of Pauline Sethner, Anno Bernardl, Elsie Flood and John ;nhir: nine arnndchiiriren and three great-grandchildren. Frie-ds rerciv-.-d at the SAMUEL B. FRYER FUNERAL HOME, 729 Washington Ave., Bridgevllle. Reauiem high mass in St. Barbara's Church on Saturday at 10 a. m. Testa oeoroia; oiso iv granacniinren ona nine grear-qrandcnitdren. i-nenns v.'i't be received ot the MICHAEL F, D6 ROSA MORTUARY, Paulson Ave. lot Wlnslow St.), until Sot nnsiow m.i, until bat- o. m. Solemn reauiem In Our Lady Helo of t'rday af 9 biah moss Christians Church at 9:30 a, m Trabucco Desee, nge 64 years of Fxoort, Pa., In Westmoreland Hospital on Wednesday, March 1, 1967, iretlred employee nl Wcsllnghouse), father of John (Dino), JoseDh, Frank, Mrs. Alex (Dolores) Soeer, Mrs. James (Rosalind) Covalancia and Mrs. Richard (Mnrv Ann! MirYimnlli i protner Of Mrs. Rnger (Mary) Res - lauri; oiso n grandchild'en and one grcciT-granachiid. Friends received ot'or 2 o. m. Thursday nt the EDWIN N. WOLFE FUNERAL HOME, Export, Pa. Services on Saturday ot 9 a. m. Reauiem hlah mass of 10 q. m. In St. Mary s Church, Export. Travis Suddenly on Wednesday, March 1, 196, Wayne J., of 162 Orchard Dr , Pleasant Hills. Beloved husband of Victoria P. Fother of Wovne G aad Alma Fay Travis: brother nf Mrs. Effa Sweezv, Mrs. Bernlce Mackrell, Willis ana Mrs. Ruth Kiefer. Friends received ot the WtL- 1AM E. GRIFFITH MORTUARY. 563 Brownsville Rd., Brnunhton, where services will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. Visitation with fomllv 2 to 4 and 7 lo 9 p. m. In lieu of flowers oleose moke donations to North Zion Lutheran Church. Uhlenburg At Bridgeport, West Virginia, on Wednesday, A"arch 1, 1967. Eliah'th Trax, wile of the late James W. Uhlenhura, fnrmerlv of Vernnn, Pa.: mother of Mrs. Jean Harvey and Mrs. Virginia DanlPis; sister of Mrs. Marlon Willis. Friends received nt the H. P. BRANDT FUNERAL riuivifc, io:'z prrry mwv., Prrv vine, pa., wn-re held on Friday o'clock. services will be afternoon at 2 Vranes Suddenly on Feb, ?8, 1967, Stephn, of 4024 Enualt Rd , Gibsonio, for-merly of Finn: fother ot Oianne L. Davis, and Lynn F. Vranes; brother of Morv Mormorelli and John Vranes. Friends rernived ot WM. oSRO FiTSera'l "UoZt. J ... D,l., ct ctnn DmuLm h.nh mas. In All Saints Church, t-riaay at ib a. m. .-. jw W ifc' 'ftr'-cr--"'''.' 'ilV.i'.yU..' disnitv and enduring beauty Whatever the choice ma be ground burial, mausoleum entombment or cremation Homewood Cemetery can meet your most exacting needs. Call 421-1822 for information. Dallas & Ayesboro Avenuel Pittsburgh, Pa, 15217 Lost end Found ANIMAL Rescue League can help ting vour lost goo, 661-6457. BRITTANY Soaniel, Female - Lost vicinity Bethel Park-South Park area, wearing green cougr, Kcwara. 8J5-6553. FOX Terrier Lost-Vicinity Oakland, Shadyslde, Squirrel HU'l while oiacK, 4 months 01a, male, collar; no license; name Zeus. Reward. 681-2078 : 681 -1 267, SCHNAUZER, black standard, name Schwarts, male-Saulrrel Hill - Re- wara. 4i-m;j. Personal HAPPY Birthday, Ruth, lovt. Al.l All F Florist Re.L.. S" IPS r S4A ' - ' I II I ZA kJ m is fM a nit.! Amotarki ItW tn wiiHiiiiise "i,i w va i . . f ' ' v. ;r "' i ', j)y ,1' ' ft v, .AijkjitHk j '.,7!; want ads are great! i mm 'Mil w Ml M4 9 9 "We I " J ! Thi s young home-maker agrees. "My husband and I both love antiques and I comb the Want Ads every day. We've been able to purchase many lovely items, and without driving all over the coun- try." 7o Place Your Want-Ad CALL 263-1201 Soy "Charge it" Peose 2S Business Personal WANTED - Tavern; within Goldeo t...i. Dnnlu in rnniidence. D-690. Post-Gazette. Leoal Noficei ei'siotTo? 'tT&rW r J imenuon to rue m ine "'"-. I Secretory of Ihe Commonwealth of , Pennsylvania, at Horrisburg, ot theiC.T.A, me OTTii.C Ul mt r . y...y... F. Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, on Friday, the 10th day of iicwiKHy March, 1967, o Certlticale tor tne conduct of a business In Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, under the assumed or fictitious name, style or designation of Universal Imports, with Its principal place of business nt 57-T. E. Onkville Court, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15220. The names aod addresses of all persons owning or 1 interested in sa d business are 1 Goorae N. Monolios, 1126 Wisconsin Ave . Piltsburah. Po. 15216. i Manuel J. Mnnohos, 52 T. E. Orkviue tourt, Pittsburgh, Po. 15220 aod Ernest L. PaDPos, 333-T, B OOKVllie urive, I n:,..i I. Ort ICVIO iiTsauran, r-rx .-v. rTni samuei m. Kosenzwe u, i LOW , rinance Dunning, rl"',."rC'lflTr weir iiru'inu nercov given mui Certificate of locorporahon of a business corooration which was i-. ih. DiiciflAc. f"nrnn. "ly.""",1" rr'rn'ni'mnni.nltn of Pa. Notice is nercpv given . .ui j.nren " ' J. noninsf ,0 decedent to make payment with Articles of Incorporation were W?.a ;h-vino claims or ,rdnd,te00"0.e out delay to Sylvia Drucker 2129 with ond approved by the Depart-1 he estate of decedent W mo . e w nt M Apt. 12, Pgh., Po,, ment of State of the Commonwcailh (known the same ond al' fr W jiM Andrew '- ickman, Extr 2532 of Pennsylvania, ot Horrisburg, Pa ionebtfd. totoKf-Z.m Beerhwaod Blvd., Pgh , Po ' K rouse no the 23rd day of February, 1967, mrm without.de ay to eua i. " er Rk., Athj, ' ,,09 trirk RMn . Pennsylvania, oporoved May 5, 1911, JT? ,9,54 Letters of admiiVn-lon his estate were granted to the P. L. 364, as amended. The name of t? ner 'estate were graved to undersianed who reauests oil oer-the cornoratinn is Industrial Consul-ith, undersigned who ran"s's olll'oos having claims or demands fonts, Inc. The purpose or purposes :..n, hnvm0 claims -r denands looainst the est"te of decedent to for which It was oraanlzed: Enaaa- ;o0ins' the estate of decfil to;make known the same ond oil ing In industrial consultant business known the some rod oil Persons Indebted to decedent to generally, the construction ondtrer,on, indebted to terednl to make Povment without deloy to building business, acting as consult- ;prk, Dovm,nt without den to Cnh'rlne C. Scbmiltie n. E'frx., 154 ing odvlsors, ond the liu.lding and R tarf J fi,arcr, Adm, H01 Ltiw , Highiood Aye, Pgh, 15279, Pa., Weis development of Industrial real estate , r-inonre Bldg,, Pgh., Pa. 15"9, lohn j Weis, Attys., 920 Grant Bldg., developments, and for these pur- q Maslck, Art y., '801 Lew 8, Poh., Pa. poses to have, possess and enloy oil Ipinnnce Bldo,, Pgh., Po. 157i9 Estate of Joseoh Kizmitz p k-o the rlohts, benefits and prlv.leies ot , -- r h nrji- Toooer. Good- Joseoh Ku'mlcs, deceased, of Pgh,, sa'd Act . ot .A.ssemoiy. aamuei m. Roserzweig, Solicitor. POLICY HOLDERS' Ml-fcllNlJ Notice to all poncv noiaers ana members of the Home Mutual ! Casua company Vou ore hereby advised thnt the annual meeting of Ik. A ,n,nnrnlinn UJlll h held 111 Thursdov, April 6. JW. ot 5;30 of the corpornlion at 8'5 Greentme Rood, riiTSPurgn, rrnivivuinu U220. cnories n. isemrr, arunun. Mclvin sVhwnrlz; Cooper, Goodman X Schwartz, Attvs., Su'fe PH- Fnck ninn Dnh Pn 1S219 Notice Is I that Article, of Incor- porotion were Tiieu wiiii ui iu uw- nmu.n hu the rwnrtment of Stole r.,Anin,.iih nf D.nn.uium. la, at Harrlsbura, Pa., on the 15th lawful act concerning nny or all day ot February, 1967, lor the lawful business lor wh rh corpora- purpose of obtaining 0 Certificate options moy be Incorporated, and for Incorporation of a business corpora-1 these purposes to have, possess ond tirn which wos organized under thelenioy all the rights, benefits and Busines, Corporation low ot the 1 privileges nf sa'd Art nf Assembly. Commnnweillh Ot PennSVlvOnln, I ir....r . r.nldmnn. Attvs. 808 ri' " ."-j ... t lo.l D I Iki m . I..PUUU'W"" j, . -j, ... i amenaea. lae name gr me iui iw. u- tion is Steel City Pmntiog 10., ioc. The purpose or pui poses for which ( Wtn ona aoproved by the DeDort-It wos orgoolzed: that the mrooro-1 mfnt nf Stole of the Commpnwrith ition shall hove unlimited power to enooae In and do any lawful oot concerning any or oil lawful busl-; f0r the purpose pf obtaining a ness for which corporations mny b i Cerflflrnte nf Incorporation ol o Incorporated, and for these purposes business coroorntion which wos to have, possess and enlov oil the ; oraanlzed under the Business Cnrpo-right,, benelils ond privileges of j ration Low of the Commonwealth of SOia ACT nr ffssrmuiy Rose, Schmidt aod Dixon, Attor ney,, 919 Oliver Banning, rins- burgh, Pa. In the Court ol Common Pleas, Alleaheoy County, Pn. ss: Notice is hereby giveo that on application will ift will be presented to soia Court on Wednesday, March 8, 167 ot 9:30 clock a. nv, 7th Floor, Otv County Building, Pittsburgh, Po.. No. 2M4 April term ivr, Tor a charier of 0 non nrol't corooration to be named Gateway Travelers, inc., and oraanizea unaer ine nonprofit Corooration Law of Pennsylvania, Act of May 5, 1933, P. L. 289 as amenaea. me purposes tar wnun snid cnrooration Is oraanlzed are: Tn faster nna oromore eaucaTionn and recreational travel: fo arrange far i ns tor fnrsiun ann anmestir lour, of a culturally beneficial and snrinh v entertnin na nature, to furnish Other facilities nnd services renting to tnreioo ana nomesnc travel: Including the acquisition of aircraft tor sucn ouronse, oy our-chnse or lease, to schedule excursion,, nroarams. eveots and other octivlllp, lor members and lo other- wute advance group trove tor ednrallonnl and recrentlonal pur. pose,." The corporation dies nnr contemplate pecuniary gain or prot't to Its members. The Articles of Ineorooratlon ore now on tile In the Otlire of the Prothonotary of Al-leaheoy County. Rose, Schmidt ond uixon Eugene P. Glrmao, Attorney. 509 Plaza Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, County of Alleahenv. Jean Emma Fvnn, vs. Howard F. Fvans, at Na. 3560 Oct. term, 1966, Court of Common Plea,. To Hownrd E. Evnns: You are notified thnt Jean Fmma Evans, the nlolntilf, has commenced on acllon of dlvnrre against vou, which vou are reauired to defend William H. Davis, Sheriff of Allegheny County. Estale of Louis M. Blazer Sr., deceased, of Churchill Borounh, Pa. No. 1000 of 1967. letters ol administration on his estate were arnnted to the undersigned who reauest, nil persons having claim, or riemonris against the estate of decedent to make known the same ond oil Dcrsons Indebted to decedent tn moke poyment without delay to Louis M. Blarer Jr., Adm., 248 Chirorn St., East McKeesnort, Pa. Greenwnld & Greenwald, Attvs., 613 Braddock Ave., Braddock, Pa. 15104. march 3, i7 legal Notices Estate of Mary N. Morlortv, deceased, ot Ben Avon HeialiK. P,i NO. 891 Of 1967. Letter, tettnniftntnrv nf on her estate were granted to the j undersigned who reauests an per- demands I suns having claims or aoainst the estate of decedent to . make known the same and all persons Indebted to decedent to make payment without delov to Paul C. Ruttcnnoch, Elr. & Ally., 1400 Jones Low Bldg., Pgh., Pp. 15219. NOTiCE OF SPECIAL BILL Nolice Is hereby given that dur- Ina the regular session of the Gen e- ol Assembly of the Common wealth of Pennsylvania being held in the year 1967, there will be Introduced a bill entitled "An act amending the act ot March 23, 1B65 (P. L. 601), entitled "An act tor the better management of the Allegheny county prisons," changing the membership ot the board known as the Inspectors of the Allegheny county prison." The object of the bill I to change the membership of the board known as the inspectors of the Allegheny I county prison by limiting me membership to the sheriff, controller and ' county commissioners and remov-I ing from the board the judges of. 1 the court of common pleas and the I mayor of the City ot Pittsburgh, i and removing from the language of the law certain offices whicn no l0n"Cr JONH H. DEVLIN Estate of Martha T. Brownlee. deceased, of Pgh., Pa No. 880 of 197. Letters of administration, r t n . nn her estate were granted to I the undersigned who request! oil persons hrtving claims or armarium against the estate of decedent to moke known the same and all persons Indebted to decedent to make payment without delay to J. Lee Miller, Adm. c.tn, 725 Field Club Rd., Pah., Pa. 15238. Miller & Miller, Attys., 9J5 Porler Bldg., Pgh., po. I57IV. Estate ol Max K. Selfert. de ceased, of Pgh., Po. No. 885 ot 196'. Letters tesramenrarv on ms csiutc were granted to the undersignea who reauests oil persons navinv claims or demands against the estate ot decedent to make known the some and oil persons indebted to decedent to make payment without delay to Daniel B. Dixon, Extr., 617 MrQillv St., Mt. Lebanon, Pah., Pa. 15243. Daniel o. uixon; kusc, Schmidt A. Dixon, Attys., 9th Floor, Oliver Bldg., Pgh., Pa. 15222. John J. Kirk, Attorney, 1708 Law J, Finance Bldg., Pittsburgh, pp., Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, County of Allegheny. Anno Marie Cabsandro vs. L-ennaro J. Casson-rtrn. nt Nn 30S6 Jon. Term, 1967, Court of Common Pleas. To Gennaro J. cassanaro: tou aro nuiiiii-u iiiui Annn Mnrte Cnssandro, the olaintitt, has commenced on action of divorce against vou, which vou are reauired to defend. William H. Davis, Sheritl of Allegheny County. Eslale. of llona Muilcr-MunK, , deceased, of Pgh., Po. No. 881 of ioa7 i srtpr testamentary on her estate were granted to the undersigned who reauests all persons having claims or demands against the estate of decedent to make known the same and oil persons Indebted to decedent to make payment without delay to J. Craig Kuhn and Pittsburgh National Bank Extrs., 414 Wood Sl Pgh., Pa. U222, Wilner, Wllner & Kuhn, Attvs., 1312 Frick Bldg., Pgh., Pa. 1521V. Estote of Walter H. Weber, deceased, ot Poh., Po. No. 78 ot 1967. Letters testamentary on his estate u,orA nrnnieri to the undersigned who reauests all persons haying j claims or demonas aoainsi me estate ot decedent to make Known ine same ana on i"--''"' ' '';""" i rh" out delay to Pittsburgh Notional Bank, formerly Peoples First National Bank & Trust Co. Extr., 414 Wood St., Pgh., Pa. 1 5252, Louis , J. Blocb, Arty., 2602 Grant Bldg., Pah., Pa. 15219. IU UCLtllCIII H f " ' ' Estate of Regis E. Barrett o.k'a Regis Barrett, deceased, pt Brentwood, Pa. No. 890 ot 1967. Letters ol admWatlon' on his estate were granted to the undersigned who requests oil persons baving claims or demands oaainst tn eestote of decedent to make known the some ond oil oersons indebted to decedent to make payment wilnout deloy to Margaret I. Fnsminaer Admx., 112 m. Hirta.. Pill., Pa. 15219. . . . -i Li-..., tr Rnnn. ae - fcSTUTB U' nun. .y.-Z-'i 10AS maxe Uliuwn ins sumib umu vi. ceased, of Pgh. Pa. No. 4443 o'' persons indebted to decedent to Letters testamentary on his estate ake payment without delay to were granted tn the undersigned Eler,nor M. Anderson, 4424 Birch-who reauests oil persons having w00d Lnne, Allison Park, Pa. and clnlms or demands 00",n,'k I Margaret Ruth Anderson Thurston, the some and oil persons Indebted to decedent to make payment with-out delay to Robert L. Prior Extr , .ltd Diarttnntuit Dr., Pah., Po. estate OT oeccaeill n. Hehlpd delay to Kooeri u. r..... .- . 1250 Ptewontvue VL-.' f' Ro William M. Acker, Attys., jim tsuw J fan., ra. Fstnte ot Robert J. roil, ne - ceased, ot Pgh., Pa. no joz oi itoj Letler estate were grantea to mi ui sS who requests all persons having clnims or demands c-jamst u. ...ni nf deredent to make i known the same ond all perrons l&d'to decedent 1? make ray- i mem w n "c l ! "e, Dnh pn 15212, Lee P. Held, Alt v., I nw B do,, Pgh., Pa. 15219, 907 Jones Estate of Vernon Kinoslev Curtis H o-k-o Vernon K. Curtis, aeceaseu, ui Pa' No. '863, Of 1967, Drrniwuuu, , V Letters ot aammisuunuM v.. ' h,. tnte were aramea to mnarcianpn wi nt iruu.iu PAV ' -- '- -.-; nnvment w thotit delov to moke C'vmr i k"c d Admx., HUA 30? Burdine Ave , Brentwood, iA,.r A KoeO Wr, ATT y., Wl r... h.K d TStto r-riCK diuu., ryu., . -j. Estate of John V. deceased, of Bethel Park, AA IcLunns. I deceased, of Betnei r' - 997 of 1967. Letters testamentary on on run his estate were Ofonwa to ""persons indebted to decedent to undersianed who requests ail p er ; moke pnvmenr yyitnout delay to sons haying claims tn Mellon National Bonk and Trust aaoinst.the estate dit , " , company Extr., Mellon Snuare, ,uke Known me , lJ""f "." rsnnt Indebted to decedent to persons indebted to aeti-u moke payment wltnouT aeiay . Wood S?, Pgh ', Pa. 15222: BjiVti l"ETtate ol WilTioln Rocus.n, de-lowWz,'ArtyVl3Law . Finance censed. , Bida svtH : rTT c Pointer. Estale. of Charles E. , PO'nrer, s1lCCas . .i?L.npu nn his i ivo. i-'1'"' '" "r1 7'T. " ' ,. smren wno reaucjis Pu Robert. F. McCabe J' . AM y. 93i Grant Bldg., rgn,, ra. ij-t , ' . t: Tl i.u kiii,..! H .f"' ' -J?"" "'Z'S. II. i , chin Vt7. Alt vs.. Suite 1311, c.;.L ou- dk d. fsoio Nntire i, hereby given that Articles ot incorporation were eiefl win ana ..-n k .h n.ii,im,ni nl 1 -i . rnmmn..nith of ! Pennsylvania, at Horrisburg, Po., oa 1 ,1 1 t.k ...... .Kninru TOA7 fnr ,he prpas? nf oha.inmg J C.. ; corooration which was organized undrtr the Business Loroornnon Law 0i me commonweairn ot penosyivon - I In, onnrovrd May 5, 1911 P L. 34.. as amenaea. ine nam u. i..c cnrooration IS Managenirni rio. Inc. The Puroose or purpose, for ! cornnration shnll ' - ; - ., . nave unnmi'-U i oower tn enonae In and pa onv . r. . ,r n i. L IIW rm rillUIILW D'l'UHI'M. ... aw & Finance Building. Poh. 19 a Notice i, hereby given that rtlcle, of Inrnronration were fued pn Artli 0 pennsvlvan'n, ot Horrisburg, Pn., .h. iuh rtv f February. 1967. Pennsvlvanio, approved Moy 5, 1933. PI 11 ...m..iUH Th. num. nf n, nhlninirfl n Cvtr, sns I RnlPr AVf ri iii'i'i' k . - the corpornlion Is Mltrec, Inr. The Fstate of Stgoley R. Allen, de-purpose or ourposes for which It 1 ceased, nf Fox Chapel Boro, Pa. No. ws ornnnized- To operate nt whole-!331 of 1967. Letters testamentary on .Ale nnnnr retnll nl n nrn,.,i, ment I hi, estof W.rH Ornnrfi tn th 1 ana prooure nusinesv to nuy, srn, 1 trade ond deai nt wholesale ana or retail nf nil tvne, of merchandise generally ond the transaction of ony ond all business neressnry nnd Incidental thereto, and for the,e ournoses tn hove, no,se ond enlnv all the rights, benefits and privilege, ot 'nid Art nf Assembly. Harold H. Coldmaa, Solicitor, THE CITY OF BOSTON The City nf E?tfon, ecting by tr-o DI':fnr ef Public, Fecilitiei, Boilon, Mass., eisemblinri, original furnish ing and equipping, delivering, setting in place and securing of twenty-one (21) relocatable classroom buildings at variout tiles, Boston, Mast. General bids shall be deemed fo relale to trailer-type wood framed structures with matal roofi, wood bacled metal exteriors and wood floor systems tuported on metal chassis capable of complele mobility end long distance hauling. General bids will be received up until twelve o'clock rcen (Eastern Standard Time), Wednesday, March 15, 1967. et the office of the Awarding Authority, second floor, 25 Faneuil Hall Square, Boston, Man,. 0210. lejof Notices Estate of Henry Zimmerman o k n Jacob Henry Zimmerman, deceased, Nn 7il nf 10A7 I tla, tary on his estate were arnnled to ine unaersianea who reauests all persons having claims or demands against the eitate of decedent to make known the same and all persons indebted to decedent to make payment without deluy to The union National book ot Pittsburgh, successor bv merger to Commonwealth Bank ond Trust Company Fxtr., 306-JI2 f-ourth Ave., Pah., Pa. Thomas D. ihamson. Atl'vs.. 1524 Fnck Bldg., Pgh. ,Pa. Eslale ol Georoe R. Kurtz, de ceased, ot Kennedy two., Pa. No. 869 ot 1967. Letters testamentary on his estate were granted to the undersigned who requests ol) persons having claims or demands against the estate of decedent to make known the same ond all persons indebted to decedent to make payment without delay to Georae R. Kurtz Jr. RD. No. 1, Georgetown, Pa. 15043 and Cyril F. Kurtz, R D. No. 1, Knox, Pa. 16232, Extrs., Emil R. Pecori. Alt v.. 525 Grant Bldg., Pgh., Pa. 15219. Estate of Maude C. Duitch. de ceased, of Leetsdale Boro. Pa. No. of f Vr. Letters testamentary on her estate were granted to the undersigned who reauests oil persons having claims or demands against the estate of decedent to make known the same and all persons inriebetd to decedent to make povment without delay to Helen uvitcn westcott. Ixtrx.. 71 Ferry SI., Leetsdale, Po., Thomas W. Neelv Jr.; Neely & Voss, Alt'vs., 1402 Frick Bldg., Pgh., Pa. Estate ot Cora Lucille Rurncs. deceased, of Pgh., Pa No. 7'6 of 96. Letters tes'nmentarv on her estate weie granted to the under signed who .eauests a-' piryons havina claims or demands nji nst the estale of decednt to moke known the same an Til ocrsons Indebted to decedent to make payment without delay to Julia Firon- ue I. Extrx.. 525 Larimer Ave . Poh.. Po. 15206. George Shorall. John L. Mussmon, Attys., '7'2 Fnck bldg., Pgh., Po. 15219. Estate of Nellie 1 0'ifl. riercnt'd. of Penn Hills Two.. Pi. No. 87- of 196. Letters tes amen'cv on her estate were granted t: the undersigned who reauests n'l persons havina cloims or dma it! osiai-st the eslale of derden! o i..ke known the snme and oil persons Indebted to decedent to make payment without delay h Jrmcs Lest.'r Dull, Extr., 306 Ouit'e.d SI., enn Hills Two., Pa. G. W. Smith; Smith & Hodel, Attvs., U08 Al'eshnw Bldg., Pgh., Po. 1y' Estate ot Paul Kochorzhook a-k-a Paul Kocharhook, deceased, of Pgh., Pa. No. 727 ot 1967. Letters testamentary on his estate were granted to the underslaned who reauests all persons having claims or demands against the estale of decedent to make known the same and D.r.on5 indebted to decedent to make payment without delay to Fronk Kocharhook, fcxtr.. ;iyii jytn Ave. S. W., Seattle, Wash. 98116, Virgil N. Caouto, All y., 1208 Plaza Bldg,, Pgh., Pa Estale ot Robert Robinson, deceased, of Oakdale, Pa. No. 722 of 196. Letters testamentary on his estate were granted to the undersigned who reauests all persons having claims or demands against the estate of decedent to make known the same and all persons indebted to decedent to moke payment without delay to Howard C. Robinson, Fxtr., 205 Soring St., DnkHnle. Pa . Joseph C. Ra Stan, Att v , 118 East Lincoln Ave., Mc- Donald, Po. Estate of William H. Walper a k-a (Herbert Walper, a-k-a R. S. Walper R. S n.k.n niHrilff t Wninpr. deceased, o Pgh., Pa. No. 742 of 196. Letters of administration c.t.a. on his estate were granted to the undersigned who reauests all persons having claims or demands against the ttnl of decedent tn moke known the same and oil persons Indebted to decedent to make payment without delay to Robert S. Daniels, Adm. c.t.a., 5551 Center Avenue, Pah., 15232. Po., Robert Burkhardt, Att v., 10)5 Berger Bldg., Pgh., pa Eslale ol Ethel Anderson, deceased, of Hampton Twu , Pa. No. 754 of 1967. Letters testamentary on her estate were granted to the undersigned who reauests all persons having claims or demands , tt u !txIrM - ' zB VVeny 31., vrcensuuiM- r-a., nowara s. uia, u v., ot Duncan Ave., Allison Pork, Pd. , F., . , ,.nn r Madden, de 'ceased, of Wiikinsburg, Pa. No. 174 n( Letters testamentary on his estate were granted to the under- 5iqnf(j wn0 reauests oil persons inouin0 claims or demaoos against or aeceaenr la mune same ond all persons indebted to decedent to make payment without delay to Margaret E. Madden, bxlrx.. 1215 Franklin Ave., Wllkinsburo Boro, Pa., David R. I evin, Atlys., 345 Fourth Ave., Pgh., Pa. Estate of Christian W. Super, deceased, ol Poh., Po. No. 538 ol 19o Letters of administration C.T.A. on ,nS esate were granted to the undersigned who reauests nil undersigned who reauests nil per -nis,ii3 iiuviiiv uiu sons baving claims or demands laaomst the esian or neceaent to make known the some and a i persons indebted to decedent inriwiu muruifu n, ucinirm m 1 ThomosDSuper Adm ,CT. A Jomes , - : Estate of Reaina Rosenwasser ! Grossman, deceased, of Pgh., Pa. "u. Jirv u. it. Lriitu us iui i ic. n .,- fv on Yer estate were ornntea to tne , ,,nj,,.-j ,.. r.n.msts nil ner. having claims or demands ' oonin st the estote of decedent to k k d Pgh,, Pa. Milton Fine, Fine, Perlow ,"c,, u... mni i n. m. ci. . ctnn,. Att vs . twig Law & Fi. -.,. Bldo.. p0.. Pa. v"r granted to the undersigned h reauests all nersons havina .claims or demands oaainst .he estate of decedent to make known Pah., Pa. Estote of Sebastian Srhmittlein, deceased, of West View Boro, Pa. No 700 of 1967, Letters testamentary 1 Po. No. 756 of 1967, Letters tes- tameotarv on his estate were arant- rn m me unnersignea wno requests nnimi ihivhb tiu.ins 01 im- t monds aaomsf the estate of de cedent fo make known Ihe same and ol' nersons indeb'ed to decedent RIlU Ifium.nt UfltHnilt dlnV E. ,ber and Wi.rno Pa . Josnh M McCiore, Atty., 3120 u'nn ning , ran , rn. i f.tate of Albert l.eole Poh pn eolev, deceased. No, 760 of 196 Letters Pf administration on h'S estate were nrnntrd tn the unders oned who , having .claim. ui oruras agamsi me rsiair oi nrrrnent tn mnl. Innwn the snme n,,,. -n person, indebted to decedent to moke payment without delay to Rnhert F Burkardt Adm., 1461 stnniey Drive, Verono, Pa , Martin w Sheerer, Attv., 1420 Frick Bldg., p0h., Pa. - nnvmnnrl J rr-.oonn .,""Lj e'..K?J$.?!!!L..iL PiI509J2' ol i7. Letters testamentary oa h ,,, w,r, orontrd to the unlerit0rj whn reauests oil per- "' ruri. ui .....immiuiv, ru. i-.ii. Sons ho g claims or demands oaomsi ine esmie or neceaeni in more Knnwn me snme nnn a 0-r.ons Indebted fa decedent mnxp poymenT wnnnuT ariov rvin'nni uuy aiiorin, ji. r.n., ivt Leslie Drive, Monroeville, Pn. Robert M O Donnell. Gault & O'- Donnell, Att v,., 933 B. F. Jones 1 pidn p.h pn' ...!! l2h- T O, 1 unnn sivnru wm, imurni u.. 1 son, noving claims or oemana. noolnst the estate of decedent 10 1 mnne Knnwn mi some ana au persons Indebted to decedent to , make povment without delay to Stanley R, Allen, Jr. Extr., 121 Marian Ave., Gienshnw, Pn. John B. Nicklns Jr. McCrody X, Nicklas, 1 Att vs., 304 Ross St., Pgh., Pa. . .. " i the snme nnrt n I nersnns nriehten Proposals . I . ALLFGHEN COUNTY, PENNA Pittsburgh, Po . March .1, 19.? Seonrate and sealed proposals will be received al the Office of the County Controller ol Allegheny Cruiitv, Room lot, Court House, Pittsburgh, Po., until 10 30 o clock a m, Fustern Stnndrrd Time, Tut S-DAY, MARCH 21, 1967, and will he ODened and rer.d bv the County Commissioners in the Gi Id Room, Ronm 410, Cnurl House. Pittsburgh, Pa , one-halt hour later, 11:00 o'clock a in. Eastern Standard time, for the follnwinrj: DFPAOTMENT OF WORKS GRADING AND RLRM PAVING ON COUNTY ROADS "I'M?" PROGRAM DEPARTMENT OF PFGIONAL PARKS PROJFCT NO. PVL1-LANDSCAPING DEER LAKES REGIONAL PARK, FRAZER S. WEST DEER 10WNCHIPS The minimum wnge rates permissible on the Prolocls shall be In accordance win the Schedule ol Minimum Rates set uo In the Contract Documents. No Bidder nav withdraw his hid for a period of Sixty (601 davs otter the scheduled closing time tor receipt ot bids. , . . Proposals mus be mode on the County's form ond In accordance I with the ' Supplemntol Specifications," the "Standard Contract far Construction," the "Form of Coiv trnrt," the "Inslruc'lons to Bidders, and the "Leifmq Plans," all of winch may be viewed at the Office ot the Commissiooers of Allegheny C Owes of the ohove dnto for use of Bidders will bo furnished upon anplication to the Contract Supervisor In the County Departmen I of Works of Allegheny County. Room 502, t-onniy un.v-s """ - " A9arae of S3 00 will be made fo? each se't ol P'7nYen VroTeCT cations and Plans rH ApRRAJtkr NO P5-LI and NO CHAROt lor roAniNG AND BERM PAVING. GTh? "Standard Contract for Con-strurlion" Is cvailobie tor on additional charge of 2 00 Standard Contract tor Construction c l.m.nln Ponl Ond SPCCUI- or Suoi PICIMCM"-. ct,''?". .. Order In the amount to cover charge i a the Documents to be made out to he "COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY, Proposals must be accompanied bv a Certified Check or Surety Company Bond (on County's form) to the order ot'or running to the County of Allegheny lor the amount fixed In the Instructions to Bidders as evidence that the Bidder will accent ond carry out the connuions ui "' Contract in case or The County Commissioners reserve the noht lo reieel onv and all Bias, JAMES W. KNOX, Controller, """"Y ' nrcin.l ATIVP DT 1S.FME NT Sealed prooosols will be received by Ihe School Board of the School r-.i.li, lienor SM C O W TOWOShlO at the Senior High 'School 1820 Mc- Lnugh in Kun Koan, uuuci "-'", t n ii n s h i a. Allegheny . County Pennsylvania umu o.uu uv . Eastern Daylight Time, March 13, 196 ot which time, thev will be , .. .. . ... n.nrt a ,A ooeaed and read aioua, tor out: Drainage ano Keiuica yii ot the Fort Couch Athletic Fleids'te adlaceat to the Fort Couch School, Fort Couch Road, Upper St. Clair Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. Copies ol plans, snecillcntions and other contract documents are on file ond available ol the ollice ot D. PHombo Assp-,.. i nnHtmne Architects - Site Planners, 5815 orx totnw. Pittshurgh, Pennsylvania '5'.,'-.Sf,5 ol documents imoy be obtained tor bid purposes uson deposit of a certified check made payable to the Landscape Architect In the amou, 1 .i.nn n.nnril nre retlindab e if documents ore relumed In wood condition tn the ol Ice of the. Land-scape Architect within five IS) days after the opening of bids. Bid bond reaulrcmcnts to be furnished bv .he bidders ore noted in the Instructions to Bidders In Ihe Specifications. Tie Schol Board reserves the right to relect onv and all bids. uCpHperls,t!STcRla:iTr0tPownsh,p Emma Pnrjglecjsejarv -ALLEGHENY COU H IT V, K N N A. February i, iyoj Separate ond sealed proposals will be received at the Office of the County Coolroller ot Allegheny County, Room 104, Court House Pittsburgh, Pa,, until 10:30 or. ock a. m. Eastern Standard Time, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 196, and will be opened and read by Ihe County Commissioners in the Guld Room, Room 410, Court House, Pittsburgh, Pa, one-half hour later, 11:00 o'clock a, m. Eastern Standard Tinie, tor the following: ...c DEPARTMENT OF WORKS REMOVAL OF CAR TRACKS AND PAVING OF SIXTH, SEVENTH AND NINTH STREET BRIDGES DEPARTMFNT OF AVIATION CONTRACT NO. 17-ACA Mi.niur. Aun no A IN AC. F FOR SITE PREPARATION OF HANGARS At LEGHENY LUUNIT emrui. The minimum wage rates permissible on the Prnlcct shall be In accordance with the Schedule ot Minimum Rates set uo in the Contract Documents. 11LJ ul. No Bidder may withdraw his bid k, n.rlnri nf VlVll, (601 dOVS OtteT the scheduled closing time tor receipt "'proposals must be made en the County's form ond In accordance with the "Supplemental Spcrilira-.inn. ihm "s.innrinrd Contract for Construction," the "Form of . Coo- trad," the "Instructions to Bidders, and the "Letting Plons," ell of y hich mov be viewed at the Office of the Commissioners of Allegheny County. Copies of the obove data for use Of Bidders Will oe Turnisnu uiiw'i application to the Contract Supervisor p Ihe County Department of Works of Allegheny County, Pnnm 502, county uttice ounainw, rma- K, i,nh D A charge of S2 00 will be made for each set of Supplemental Specifications ond Plans lor RFMOVAL OF CAR TRACKS, ETC. ond for CON TRACT NO. 17-ACA, ETC. The "Standard Contract for Con-struction" is nvailnhle for on additional r.harae of S2O0. There will be no refund cn the Standard Cnntract for Construrllon or Supplemental Plans and Specifica- '"cherk or Money Order In the amount to enver charae for onv of the Documents to be made to the "COUNTY OF ALI EGHENY Prooosols must be accomrinnled hy a Certified Check or Surety Company Bond (on County form) to the order ofor runnlna fo the County of Allegheny for the "mount fixed In the Instructions n Bidders as evidence that the Bidder wi I accent and carry out the conditions nf the Contract In case of The County Commissioners reserve the right to relect ony and all Bld'- JAMFS W. KNOX Controller Cnuntv of Allegheny "ALLEGHENY COUNTY Pittshurgh, Pa. .. 1 TO.7 Separate ond senled Prooosols will be received ot th Ollice of the Controller ol Allegheny, County, vumiuiit. .''-.- 'mtt.hi.rnH. Room 104 '.our! nuuje, Zl: 'S,h?: iV i7 and will be u Zl-.i . "h m it n m EST publicly oocned ol 11 o m, c j i a tne presence oi -"""" ,"'".;;,,,. . n.,. m m... tnnuun missioners n wnn, , ",u,nf-0'rn n House. P'h"r9h- yc!or Microfilm i?lfrSf.'-.. To..' M.nt'- Prodi cif mlssinners in Room 4IU souri , j,, 'ciirt. nnPa' npoartrneni 'r."J"t . ! nnn,, fnr Testing rri.iieur ,(i ofnHenvy Eauinment'ond or S'ructnr- a. Steel aod Proposed Constituting al Amrndmenl Ballots for Primary rii, wi hiHninn hlnnk, and enve- lopes lor use oi bidders, Instructions to Bidders and condhons reoulotina hMHmn tnnether w tn spncilicuiu'ii'. ' V. i i nH .-nii.nimn nt the K. i B ireaii of Purchases, Room 202 Court House. Pitlsburgh, Pronosal must he arromoanird bv M h.nH nnrf.'rr certified check (as reauestedl to Ihe order ofor runnlna to the County of Alleahenv fnr the 3 amount fixed in the specifications ns evidence that the bidder will arceotis; I 0( th. cnnlracl In case of award. some ana corrv out ti"- i'""".. No bidder moy witnarow nis n n . n mi tol,rheduled closing time for receipt ol rmd Of w aovs nur. n'r loipids Tne rmmtu r"nmmiinner, reserve th. right .0 reiect onsond ell CONTROI I PR COUNTY OF Al I "HFNV AUFrTHrNY COUNTY INSTITUTION DISTRICT Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Morch 3, 1967 eaai-ate and senled omnosals will he received nt the Ollice of me 1 County Controller, poom iuj s."'": House, Pittshurgh, Po., uniti iu; iu O m,, ESI., ona opene,, in presence of the Executive nnd Adm nistmtive Olhcer, at 11 a m , F S T , Tuesday, March 14, 1967, in Room' 4I() Court House. Plttsb"roh, Pa , for the fnilowmg: Butter, Eggs and Cheene; Meats; Fresh Fruits K Veaetahies; Coltee: Fish; Groceries. Sneciol b'dd:ng b'nnk, and envelope, for use of bidders. Instructions to bidders, conditions regulating piddinn. ("aether with specifications mm be hod on nnol'ratlon nt the Office of the County Institution nistnct Purchosinn Deportment In Room 202 Court House, Pittsburgh, Pn, . ... ,.j .... Prnnnsnl m"ST ne nr-nirinnrvru uv O bond and'nr certilied check (as reauired) to 'he order of 'or running tn the Cnuntv lnstilut;on District, The amount tired In the specifications as evidence that the bidder will accept same and carry out the conditions of the contract In case ol award No bidder moy withdraw his hid for n oeriod of (V) dov, after the ,rheduled closing time for receipt of '"The Cnuntv Institution Olstrlrt reserve, the right to relect ony and " b'd'' JAMFS W KNOX. CONTru i i-o ALLEGHENY COUNTY Ltjol Notices c.lnte nf Frank G Love ceased, nf Pgh , Po no. uxjz nt l's; Letters lestnmentnrv u ."' e-.tate wrre granted lo 'he under - signed who reauev, all Perrm' havina claim, or demnnds ooomst the estote o' decedent to make known the snrrf and all person, inoeiiieu iu uii"i.' iw I ment without delay to Frank Gordon ilove Jr., Extr., 7741 West High St.. Lima, Ohio, 4'.30s, Davis C. Bur- roughs Jr.; Moorhead A Knox, Attvs,, 1732 Oliver Bldg., 1 1522J. Pah., Pa. 27- Proposals ALL FGHE NY COUNTY. PENNA, Pittsburgh, Pa , February 24, 196 Separate and sealed proposals will be received at the Olhre of hie County Controller ot Allenheny County, Room 104, Court House, Pittsburgh, Pa,, until 10 30 oclo'k 0. m. Eastern Standard Time, TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1967. and will he ooencd ond read by the County Commissioners in the Gold Room, Room 410, Court House, Pittshurgh, Po , one hoh1 hour lolnr, 11:00 oclock a. in. Laslrm Standard Tine, for th follow, nrr DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL PARKS PROJFCT NO P4-L1-l.ANOSC APING HARRISON Hll.l S PAPK, HARRISON TOWNSHIP PROJECT NO P3-L3-LANDSCAPING BOYCF. PARK, PLUM AND MONROFVILLE BOROUGHS PROJECT NO. P3-L4-I ANncrAPiwr. BOYCE PARK, PLUM AND MONROFVILLE ROROIJGHS . DEPARTMENT OF PAPKS NEW SERVICE CROUP BUILDING NORTH PARK The minimum wnqe rales permissible on Ihe Projects shall be In accordance with the Schedule of Minimum Rotes set up In Ihe Con-trnct Documents. No Bidder may withdraw his hid lor a period ol Sixty (601 dovs alter the scheduled closnng time for receipt nt hids. Proposals must he made on the County's form and In accordance with the "Supplemental Specifications", Ihe "Stnndard Contract for Construction", the "Form of Con-orct", the "Instructions to Bidders", and the "Leltiing Plans", oil ol which may he viewed at the Office of the Commissioners of Allegheny County, Copies of the above data for use of Bidders will be furnished upon application to the Contract Supervisor in the County Deportment of Works of Allegheny County, Pnnm 507, County Ollice Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. The followilng chnrgns will be mnde for each set of Supplemental Snecilicntions and Plans lor PRO). ECT NO. P3-L3, 12 00; for PROI- EC.TN0-. P3A-S' M-W; ond NO CHARGE for PROJECT NO. P4 LI BuVdIng' SERV'CE GROUP The "Standard Contract for Construction" Is available for an addl-tlnnal charne ol S2.00. There will he no refund nn the Standard Contract fnr Construction or Supplemental Plans ond Specifications. Check or Mnnev Order In the amount to cover charge for onv nf the Documents to be made out to me "luurtiy OF ALLEGHFNY " Proposals must be accomonnierl bv a Certified Check nr Surety Com- pany Bnd (0 county's form) to jne nraer otnr runnilno to the yuuniy or wiiegneny tor the amount fixed In the Instructions tn Bid- ders as evidence that the Bidder will accept and carry out the rondl-tlnns of the Contract In case of Award. The County CimmkilfiMr. ... "ve the right to reiect any ond UN UHI-, JAMES W. KNOX, CONTPOI LER COUNTY OF ALLEGHENY PENNSYLVANIA TURNPIKE COMMISSION Horrisburg, Pennsylvania NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals will he rrrelved bv Mr. C. F. Prodehl, Director of Purchases lor the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission nt Its Administration Building, Harrlsborq-Eost Interchange and Rnute 283, Pennsylvania fmaillnq addrrss: Pnst Ollice Box 2531, Horrisburg. Pennsylvania, 17120). until tl:0n n. m Fostnrn Standard Time the 78th day nf March, 1967, and Immediately taken to the Assembly Rnom and publicly enened and read for the following (. nntrncts: CONTRACT NO. 6903-68 606 -Clean. Ina, Spot Cootlna vlth Primer and Applying Two (71 Cants of Aluminum Paint on Thirteen (13) Steel Bridges on the Pennsylvania Turn, pike System In Mootaomerv and Burks Counties, Pennsylvania CONTRACT NO. 6903-6S-607-Clean. ing. Snot Cootlnq with Primer ond Anplvino Two (7) Coats of Aluminum Point on Twenty-six (761 Steel Bridges on ihe Pennsylvania Turnpike System In Mnntaomerv and Bucks Counties, Pennsylvania. CONTRACT NO 6Wt-69-816-Clean-Ina, Snot Coatlna with Primer and Aonlylng Two (21 Coats of Aluminum Paint on Thirtv-fnur (34) Steel Rririges on the Pennsvlvnnla Turnpike Svstem In Montgomery, Bucks nod Lehiah Counties. Pennsylvania, Plans, Soecllicntinns and Cnntract Documents will he available and ooen to public Inspection nn March 6. 1967, nt the Administration Building Cnpies may be ohlnined unnn pnvment of Ten (s.10 001 Dollars per set by rheck nr P O. Money Crder (no rash) In Ihe Pennsylvania Turnpike Cnrrmlsslon, P. O. Box 7131, Hnrrishurg, Pennsylvania, 17170 Fach set Includes all Con-tracts No refund will be made fnr nlnns. snecificolions nnd contrort oncuments returned unless the prniect Is withdrawn nv rne v.o 'i"" A bank cashiers, bnnk treasurers or certified check In Ihe amount ot Ten (10"'.) Per Cent of the hid must nccomnn'iv the proposal ns nia security. The bid security of the three (31 low bidders will be retained until the execution of II e oh. normal t me of execu tion of the contract Is aooroxlmatelv fThe' Prions of the Pennsvlvonlij Prevailing Waa Act of Anaust s, 191 P 1 987. ns amended, 'o-alther Willi' the rrtes ond reaula-?,o, nromulaated by the Seere ary ot Labor nnd Industry anni I'nhie herr-tn. shnll cnnlvtn this contract. PENNSY! VANIA TURNPIKE PATRICK E. KFRWIN, Secretary and Treasurer tegol Notices Gilbert E. Morcroft Attorney nt Law. No. 3220 Grant Bldo, Pitts- buran iv. fo monuir oursuaat to the provisions ol Act of VtonrtoL'filefn".hf'oc ol the Secretory ot tne wealth of Pennsylvania, at Harris- hura, aoa in in. " " ' ; protnonornry ot mir i.'.um -mon Pleas of Alleuhenv County, on Wednesday, me em ijt "''":'-.'; 1967, a Certificate for the conduct or a business In Aiieanonv i.numv, Pennsylvania, under the assumed or ....In nr H.iinnn ,11 TICTUIOU5 liume. .mi . u u. of Avalon Drapery Shopoe, with I's principal piace ot ."',:,, Ohio River Boulevard, Avoid", , . .,. : -Tt,. nnmn. nil l-ennsvivania. i mum... . ... . addresses of all persons owning or interested in snia "us""" '"' Wllmer G. Hntterer, 720 Ohio River Bou evara, Avnion, rt'"""""' i u.ii.... Tin nhn Diver Boulevard, Avnlnn,' Pennsylvania. In the Court ot Commoo Pleas of Alleaheoy County, Pennsylvania. Tn Jnrte L. Ramirez, Deleodonl: You ore noTitiea tnai me casi? ui ti,iu,., Pnmirez vs. Joroe L. Rnmirez, no. 73S3 Jonuory Term. 196, will he ed nn April 4in, ive ai v.j'.i o. to. Silvestrl Sllvestrl, Altorney for Plnintilf, 409 Plaza Biag., fga., ra. 15219. Estote ol Mary ponies, deceased, of Pgh., Pa. No, 1005 of 196. I el- ters of administration on ner esmi I were granted tn. the undersigned twin reaues s an persons naving demands aaoiast the -"":"' ""'"'' 1' . ' . i 1, ' L 11 j the same and all persons indehicd ! to decedent to make povment with. 1 out delay to Anne D Lineherry, Admx ,52)5 Apoche .. Lane. Dreyef , Hill, Pa. Robert E. Kline Attv.. 3400 Grnn, Rr3 , Poh. Pa. 15719. E'.tole of Paul Padncsi, deceased, !of Pgh , Pa. No. 748 ot 1967. Le'le-s testamentary on his estate 'were granted to the uodersianed who r"auest, all persons havina claims lor demand, j drednt to aaoincf toe esrore of make known the Sim ' "'u imi uc.rni. ,i.,-- ly ... n- i to make onvment wivnyt re av to I F leonor . O Mol'ov, E!rv, 56.i.J J Second Avr . Pah .?0. Ed- 4M Carl- ten House Bldg., Pgh., Pa. 15219. Molt Help Wanted All advertisements in The r;(i,-i. Pnst Gazette 1 1 in .vui 11. Male and Female help columns, offering Sales Positions, must indicate article or service to be sold and the basis of compensation. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette doe, not knowingly accept Help-Wantid ad, from employer, covered by the fair Laoor Manaara, act, wnirn 1 applies to employment In interstn'e commerce, it thev oiler les, thoo the legal minimum woae IS1.40 nn hour tor those covered prior to February I, 196', ond $1.00 a hour for newly covered emoloves) or fail to pa the applicable overtime. Contact the U S. Department ot Lobor's local office lo Room 702, Federal Building, 1000 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222. Phone: 644-2996, 644-7997. When tSnswerlna advertisements oddrossed lo Post-Gazette boxes DO NOT include other papers nt ,er. sonal value. Advertisers nf'cn foil to call lor all replies oaaressed lo a Post-Gazette box number and this mall Is destroyed If remain, na over 10 dovs atter final insertion of advertisement. In order to protect fhe advertisers from receiving circular matter, It Is expressly understood and ugreed that oil such inatler shall h vith-held a, far as possible by The Post-Gazelle. Only bona fide answers ta advertisements In care of The Post-Gazette will be delivered to advertisers oa presentation of the box number tickets Questions and answers nn Employment Agencies is avaliubie to you by writing the Belter Business Bureau, 230 Grant Building, Pittsburgh 15219. AD Manager - Weekly newspaper, S8U0O-SIO.WO range; 5 davs, self-starter. Box O 60 Post Gazette. AnVFRTISINf, - Local division of Imalor technical magazine publisher ,'lhas ooening lor recent JouriM""' , or Fnnh.maior grad (or an (or mw I rrentiue nnM igrod I. Otfeis eventual 1 nr0uctioa responsibi'itv tor od ond : circulation promnlion. Industrial cr,Dvwrit,naJ experience and familiar. , t wl(h lv0, on0 nyaut desirable. 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